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COURIER ESTABLISHED MAY, 1883
HERALD ESTABLISHED JULY, 1893
INDEPENDENT ESTABLISHED 1898
OREGON CITY, OREGON. FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1902
20th YEAR, NO. 14
D. & D. t LATOUEETTE
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Oommeroial, Real Estate and L
Office in Commercial Bank Building
OREGON CITY OREGON
ov OREGON CITY
Transacts a general banking business
Hakes loans and collections, discounts bilis
tmyi and sells domestic and foreign exchange,
ond receives deposits subject to oheck.
Open from 9 a, m. to i p. m.
Ijj NEWS OF THE WEEK.
i. 1. MEYia
(i N. GREENMAN
THE HONEER EXPRESSMAN
Prompt delivery to all parts of the oity
OREGON C1TI OREGON
J)R. GEO. HOEYE
U work warranted and satisfaction guaranteed
Crown and Bridge work a specialty
OREGON CITY OREGON
DR. 1'RANCIS FREEMAN
Graduate of Northwestern University Dental
School, alBO of American College
Denliil Surgery. Chicago
Q E. HAYES
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Stevens Building, opp. Bank f
(JEO. T. Hn WARD
REAL ESTATE AflD INSURANCE
At Red Kw t, Court House Block
OREGON CITY OREGON
C. STRICKLAND, M. 1).
fflnsT.ltal and Private Experience)
Special attention paid to Catarrh and Chronic
Office houm: 10 to 12, a. m.; 1 to 6, p. m.
J. W. NOBKIS, M. D. .1. W. POWELL. 11 1).
JORRIS & POWELL,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Calls in ch y orcoii'itry promptly attended
Office: 1, 2, 17,
Charman Bros. Block, Oregon City.
Saturday, August 9.
Astronomer VV. J. ILissey, of Lick
observatory, Calif .has found within the
past two years 500double stars revolving
arouud a common center of gravity.
The president wants Attorney-General
Knox to go on the stumo. "I want
you," says Teddy to him, "to tell the
people what you are doing about the
At Klamath, Southern Oregon, two
children, playing with matches, were
burned to deaihbytne explosion of a
can of coal oil which tiey accidentally
Bet on fire.
In a mine at Trinidad, Colo., 13 men
were killed by an explosion of half a ton
The failure of the London & Globe Fi
nance t orporation causes a loss to Brit
ish investors of $100,000,(00,
J P Morgan has given to the British
government control over his steamship
The farmers of Eastern Oregon and
Idaho will save $800,000 annually by re
duction in freight rates.
In Austrian Galicia, where there is a
great strike among the labor population,
50,000 people die annually of hunger.
The Russian government suppresses
information in regard to the seething
turtmleuce among the people of the empire.
Mr. MiConnell, a lawyer hailing from
Chicago, is the head of "t he $200,000,0u0
skyscraper trust of New York city.
In the first seven mouths of this year
there have been 16 mysterious murders
n Greater New York, to the perpetra
tors of which the police have found no
Annually, says a Colorado Btockman.
500 people are killed in the conflicts be
tween cattle an sheep men. During the
seven months of this year in the neigh
borhood of 100,000 sheep have been
slaughtered or driven psli-mell into the
mountains by cattlemen.
Rev. Joseph Schell, Cathi.lic priest at
Sumpter, claims in a letter in the Port
land Journal there ii ample evidence,
.smothered thus far by government of-
heiels, to prove extensive frauds in the
purchase of government timber lands in
W. B. Wibon, secretary-treasurer of
the United Mine Work- r of America,
handles in his office at Indianapolis $2,-
(X)0,00i a month, which tie sends as re
lief :und to tlie striking oal miners in
Pennsylvania. His salary is sf2000 ayear.
The agitation of President, Roosevelt
againBt the beef trust phh brought the
meat packers to the determination to
form a $201,000,000 merger i nat will con
trol the world's meat supply and cold
sto'.ige- . - -
The Rothschilds will fkdit the Stan
dard Oil Co. by means of the oil fields of
R, R. A C ra. Telegraphers, has sub
mitted to the mesident a plan under
which, by the right of eminent domain,
the government would exercise the
right of stizing a certain number of
hard-coal mines to satisfy ita own needs
This would bring the coal operators to
In Chicago, Mrs. Bartalin and Minnie
Mitchell wre secretly murdered.
In Hayti. the rebel leader evacuated
the city of Petit Goave and burned it,
leaving 4000 people homeless.
' The labrr m ions of New York city
have passed resolutions denouncing the
injunction judges as "subservient tools
of the coal trust," and calling upon all
labor unions to assist the striking
In Salem Judge Boise rendered a de
cision against a loan association on ac
count of the usurious and illegal inter
est it collected.
Tuesday, August 12.
In Hayti 10,000 people are homeless
and destitute on account of the war.
The salmon pack this season on the
Columbia will be 300,000 cases.
The fire in the woods at MUwaukie,
Ore, is under control.
John D. Spreckels, proprietor of the
S. F.Call, has sworn out warrant for ar
rest of Governor Gage on charge of li
bel. The Call is making war on the
Eleven thousand Knights of Pythias
are in San Franci: co.
The Cuban government has placed a
high tariff on most of the merchandise
manufactured in the United States.
Judge Oliver Wendell Holmes, son of
the iamouB author of the "Auto
crat of the BreakfaBt Table,"
Iih b3en appointed to succeed
Justice Gray, resigned, on the U. S.
Shenandoah strikers are raiding farm
for food .
Murk Twain's "Huckleberry Finn
has been excluded from the highly
moral public library of Denver.
A 111.3 X 1 3.tlC J VI I IV (111 I I lr .'SILlr' -Zi
of a wagon box is a guarantee $
of excellence and high grade j
quality in the construction of m
this wagon. If yours does Sj
not have it on dispose of it s
and get one that has as you r(
cannot afford to run any bs
chances on the material
in a wagon, every time you break down it costs you moi ft;
though the manufacturers replace the broken part
V?3r7 --I iC"- Racine-Vis.
BUY A FISH
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Too late for last issue,
Sunday, August 10.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
srl Titles Exemiced, Abstracts Made, Deeds,
Moi'segts, Etc. dtawn, Money Loaned.
Office over Bank of Oregon City.
OREGON CITY, - OREGON
JJROBERT A. MILLER
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Will practice in all Courts ot the State
Welnhard Building, Opposite Court House
OREGON CITY, OREGON
W. S. U'REN
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
TlruTl'"fT ' DOtCII
Will practice In all courts, make collections
and settlements of estates, furnish abstracts of
miIa land vou money and lend your muney on
umce in jmierprise uuiiuiijr,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY
Silverware and Spectacles
W. II. YO UNO'S
Livery & Feed Stable
Finest Turnouts in. City
OREGON CITY. OREGOU
Livery, Feed and ISale Stables
Ne'ly onpotdte: Suspension bridge
First-Class Rigs of All Kinds
OREGON CITY, OREGON
Second-Hand & Junk Store
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR SECOND-HAND
GOODS, HIDES, JUNK,
METALS OF ALL KINDS, ETC.
Second-Hand Goods Bought and Sold
RING PHONE 41G FOR JUNK.
Scgarman & Co.
Don't pa9S us by call in and get our
Red Front Trading Company.
At 11 :30 on the evening of August 7th,
Attorney-General Knox, while in the
cafe of one of the hotels at Atlantic
City, was attacked by Theo. Camp, the
millionaire Philadelphia shipbuilder,
and two o' her men of great wealth, hut
inlervention ot waiters saved Knox.
Cramp Btruck Knox once on the belt.
Kintt Edward VII was crowned yes
terday'at Westminster Abbey, London.
The Philippine war destroyed the
crops in Batagos and Lotiuna provinces,
and the U. S. government iB oblined to
feed 375.000 natives.
T B Hoard, of Nebraska, and others,
will e.-itablish a 40,000-acre wheat farm
M A Verne, a Pit'sburg, Pa , man,
has s' cured a f 98,0Ul).(JUU concession in
St. Petersburg, wLich will control the
city's railway system. The Czar en
dorses his project.
If the dispatches don't lie, Captain
Richmond Pearson Hobson, the noted
kisser, is enaaued to marry seven young
ladies, living in as many cities, from
Portland, Ore., to Texas.
Harry Tracy's body, covered with
muriatic acid and quick lime, was bur
ied yesterday in the penitentiary ceme
tery at Salem.
In New York city.C M Schwab, presi
dent of U. S. Steel Co., and James Still
man, president of the Standard Oil
bank, The National City, have formed
a $06,000,000 real estate trust.
Cuba is trving to secure an extra ses
sion of the U. S. senate to consider a re
President Roosevelt has specified the
termB under which he will grant the
franchise, to applicants for it, for a Pacific-Orient
Two new salmon hatcheries will be
established on tributaries of the Colum
Monday, August 11.
Troutdsle sawmills are tilling a 100,
000 tie cont.act for the Denver and Rio
A T Kelliher.a prominent timber man
at Salem, predicts that by 1910 Oregon
will have 2.000,000 population.
In the destruction by fire of the Lan
don Hotel at San Angelo, Texas, seven
people were burned to a crisp.
King Edward Bignalized bis corona
tion by presenting Osborn House, one of
the favorite palaces of Queen Victoria,
to his subjects.
The great fire near Milwaukee, Or.,
John Glasco, the Legro evangelist who
conducts the Holiness Mission in the
suburbs ot Portland, baptized a number
of converts in the Willamette on Sun
day. Canada will probably have 80,000,000
bushels of export wheat, the largest
known. In the Eastern grain belt crops
In the Philippines there is a move
ment to establith a Catholic church in
dependent of Rome.
Martin Dolphin, ex-president of I.O.
Andrew Weidner has sold his ranch
He will nialie his home with his brother,
Georea Davis is the father of a 1
cound daughter, born August 1 Mot he
and child aie getting along nicely
Lizzie Weidner ' Was a caller at the
home of Fied Ilenrici lflft Sunday. She
made a short call on Mrs Phelps and
I Alfa Tttivia ,,n thu WAV
Alt and Amos Kirk were harvesting
durmtf thf- net week. The boys have
H W M aliis moved his family to the
Harrington cottaae at Ely last week.
Mrs D Jineis was in Oregon City Tne
J VVeidmr wai wa in Portland Wed
nesday.' Mr Weidner was visiting here
the paat week.
John Shannon made a flying trip to
Oregon CUy last Thursday.
We also carry a full line of Buggies and Spring Wagon
2 'M postal card and may save you dollars.
The hot weather is drying up the gar- i
dens here ar.d potatoes are being badly
II Ilegey went to Eugene on the 1 0th
to visit his Binter, Mrs Thomas James, j
lie was accompanied by his sister, Mra ;
Levi Stehman, of Liberal.
Some threshing has been done here
and the yield is good, but not as large
as was estimated.
Geo Ocle8by in doing eome oirpenter j
work for Frank Yergen, near Aurora.
That hop pickers will get 50 cents per
box is a foregone conclusion, as that of
fer is already made by several Marion
county hop raisers.
Bert Armstrong purchased a bicycle
on the 10th from Frank Oglesby.
Mr and Mrs Frank Hilton were seen
out driving in our burg today.
The wedding belh will soon ring here.
Our onion raisers are gathering their
onion sets The yield is good and
prices are all right.
W S Hurst, of Aurora, has purchased
about 0 tons of chittem wood bark for
a large New York drug firm, and our
small boys have made good wages gath
ering bark for him.
Will Thompson threshed his crop
Mrs Jefse Tvke, of Prosser, Wash, is
visi ing her parents here.
O Molson and family dr.ve up to
Rickreall Saturday evening to visit Mrs
Molson s parents, Mr and Mrs Cook.
They returned Sunday evening.
Gib Perdue and wife and Mrs Cochran
are camped at Soda Springs.
Fred Lantz and Miss Nora Fish went
to Soja Springs Sunday.
Ed Leslie had the misfortune to brea
his lee Friday. Dr B F Gie?y was c lied
and reduced the fracture.
Adolph Brockart ia quite sick at his
Christ Zweifel is laid up with rheum v
Mr Nob'itt and Mrs Moreland visited
Oregon City friends the firpt ot the
CM4vwtt1l These are handsomely carved in ash, with lancy clock shelves and large bevel plate
muiuis, lwu.uuv.ij uiawv,i vow, '"iy v..... f - r --r j
Picture Ff3m: A fine frame doesivt make a fine picture, but a poor frame spoils many a
nished by the picture framer. We sell a nice 16x20 gilt name witn glass, lor $i
Qf o PnlieVi Some housekeepers think that stove polish is simply to make the stove look
OlOVe X OllSn nrettv They are mistaken in this. -Our Silver Gloss Stove Polish" preserves
the stove and is a positive necessity if you want to keep your stove in prime condition. Per box 15c
IT'S REASONABLE. The price is not
much when you come to buy a refrigerator, and
one of these well ventilated zinc lined affairs will
prove itself a satisfaction every day through the
summer. Ycu ought t?6 have one early so as to
get the full benefit. Price $10; size 22x39
T?t4vf T-Tnco Your garden and lawn will
ixupucr x mac lnnk better if you have
pieiny 01 iiuse ami kccj his iu pfmnruku,
Our canvas lined high quality rubber hose,
inch diameter, is the most convenient size and
the most economical hose you could have. Price
per 50 foot section, $5. Of course we have
, cheaper hose excellent if there is no high
There is much here that will
give you pleasure, including
4 rw 1 air. ;
s Li- --t.-
f,-f.,i rlishM add to the taste of the food, and these beautiful
sets will dve a banquet effect to a simple meal. They are all
durab of ex ent artistic quality, and not expensive
piece set transparent china, $19.
attractive necessities, which go so far to making
nn the mmfort and pleasure of a meal. Beau-
TO Cl'RE A COT.D IN OJiE DAT
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets,
All druggists refund the m mey if it laile
to curer E. VV. Grove'6 signature is oc
each box. 25c.
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You can have l irc'ft
n e v-
niture, handsome carpets an 1
rutrs, but it is the draperies that give a fin-
ishing touc hto a new or 01a nouse. ijou l
put all of your money into the other things,
save a little lor your lace curtains. 11 umy t .
takes a little money to get all you will want at the prices we are now making on
this line of goods. Lace curtain iviai
Itylc. per yard.
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