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COURIER ESTABLISHED MAY, 1883
HERALD ESTABLISHED JULY, 1893
INDEPENDENT ESTABLISHED 1B&8
OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1902
20th YEAR, NO. IB
D. & D. C. LATOURETTE
ATTORNEYS -AT LAW
Commercial, Bcal Ettt, J4 L
Office In Commercial Bnk Building
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS.
of OREGON " CITY
. capital $100,000
Transacts a general banking business
Makes loans and collections, discounts bilis
traya and sella domestic and foreign exchange,
and TeceiTes deposits subjeot to oheok.
Open from Km. to 4 p. m.
F. J. Meyeb
,Qt N. GREENMAN
' THE PIONEER EXPRESSMAN
Prompt delivery to all parts of the city
OEEGON CITY OREGON
)R. GEO. HOEYE
All work warranted ami satisfaction guaranteed
Crown and Bridge work a specialty
OREGON CITY ORBQON
J)R. FRANCIS FREEMAN
Graduate of Northwestern University Dental
School, also of American College
Dental Surgery, Chicago
of the Count?
John Lewellen, T. B. Killin, and
V H. COOPER,
Eeal Estate and Insurance, Titles Exam
ined, Abstracts Made, Deeds, Mort
gages, Etc., Drawn.
With J. W. Loder, Stevens JPuildiug,
o cgon Cuy, Ore. '"' "
Qt E. II A YES
ATTORNEY AT LAW
opp. Bank (
QEO. T. HOWARD
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
At Rod Frori,, Court.House Block
JJ C. STRICKLAND, M. D.
(Hospital and Private Experience)
Special attcnttou paid to Catarrh and Chronic
Office hours: 10 to 12, a. m.; 4 to 6, p. m.
OREGON CITY . OREGON
J. W. Norms, M. D. J. W. Powell. M. D.
JJORRIS & POWELL,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Calls in city or country promptly attend ed
Charman Bros. Block, Oregon City.
Good Samaritan Hospital $ 30 00
Red Front Trading Co 2 60
E Himler 4 50
C W Armstrong 2 00
J H James 25 24
O C Courier Herald 23 85
W W Jesse 3 40
RRBratton 2 60
F Mathews.. 2 90
TFRyan 2 00
Vauehan's stables 16 00
TFRyan 3 00
FA Sleight 2 00
Fac States Tel & Tel Co.., . 4 10
W A Holmes 105
H H Johnson 15 00
WA Huntley 26 80
J O.Zinser : 29 07
W H Jackson 125
0 C Enterprise 113 75
AMiblBtin 2 50
Clerk of Multnomah Co 93 85
Good Samaritan Hospital 7 00
F S Baker 2 00
John Page 21 00
BFLinn 97 90
F A Sleight 2 00
RLHolman 5 20
J A Randolph 6 80
JERhoads 8 00
J W Meldmm 13 50
Bagby & Dixon 205 96
H E Stevens 2 50
J J Cooke 2 00
Eli Williams 120 00
J G Porter 90 00
Anna Williams 60 00
DP Mathews 60 00
LE Williams 84 00
Ina Chase 54 00
Huntley Bros 1 10
OC Enterprise 29 65
J R Shaver 2 00
L Stipp 5 25
H S Moody 5 70
PNehren 5 60
Geo A Harding . 14 85
TB Killin 33 70
John Lewellen 38 20
Wm BrobBt 13 30
Moehnke Heit Co 354 54
H Fogleson 12 00
E D Olds 3 50
AGGuynnp 28 00
D R Fowler 20 00
John Lewellen 10 00
F A Jones 2 00
ED Olds 3150
F A Joneg ; 5 00
II Klllr tt.: 8 00
Austen Western Co 276 00
EnosCahill 12 50
ED Olds. 3 00
O Guynup 5 00
Fac Mates Tel & Tel Co 31 05
Boss Pry 4 25
Joseph Woodle. 3 00
George J udd 3 00
Fred Stalkev 3 00
C L Idleman 15 63
Pope & Co 65
Pope & Co 6 25
Vigorit Powder Co 16 50
JJROBERT A. MILLER
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Will practice in all Courts of the State
Welnhard BulUlng, Opposite Court House
OREGON CITY, OREGON
W. S. U'REN
TJREN & SCHUEBEL
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Will praotioe in all courtB, make collections
and settlements of estates, furnish abstracts of
title, lend you money and lend your money on
umce in jinierpnso uuuumg.
BICYCLE PATH BILLS.
Billy Banan 3
Ed Rauch 11
John Page 34
E Himler 5
Ralph Holmes 3
Hurnschuh and David Miller appointed
viewers to meet August 20, 1902.
In the matter of a change in the Black
well and Heckart road Ordered that re
port of viewers be approved. Expense
A S Hende rson $ 2 00
I D Surfus 2 00
W J Lewellen .' 3 00
ME Kandle 3 00
WCBuckner 3 00
WF Henderson , 2 00
II H Johnson 19 20
In the matter of supplying 50 cords of
wood for Court house Ordered that con
tract be entered into with M Mautz to
furnish 50 cords fir wood at $2 45.percord.
In the matter of bids for county physi
cianOrder that contract be let to Drs
Norris and Powell for $13 00 per month.
In the matter of collecting bicycle tax
Ordered that J K Shaver, sheriff, pro
ceed with the collection of same.
In the matter of the petition of Her
man Wihlon for county road Petition
granted. H H Johnson, surveyor, J R
Morton, A Forbes and C H Bufghardt
appointed viewers to meet August 22,
In the matter of the report of .viewers
of Carl Sannes road of public easement
Ordered that said report be confirmed
and said road established.
In the matter of appointment of H H
Johnson deputy county surveyor Ap
pointment ordered confirmed.
In the matter of cancelling a duplicate
wanant Ordered that warrant No 11323
issued to Tom P Randall be cancelled.
In the matter of petition of Louis Toed
temeier and others regarding county in
debtednessOrdered taken under ad
visement. In the matter of report of L L Gribble
on sale of a steer Ordered that report
In the matter of petition to vacate cer
tain Btreets in Robertson Ordered laid
over until Friday, September 5, 1902.
In the matter of repairing the Cason
bridae Ordered that E D Olds proceed
to repair the north pier of said bridge
under the supervision of the Board of
Commissioners and that he be paid at
the rate of $4 00 per day.
In the matter of cleaning the number
ing machitie Ordered that C W Taylor
repair and clean said machine, he to be
paid $2 00 lor same.
In the matter of the. motion of Hoist,
road Ordered that said matter be dis
missed. In the matter of Greenleaf Chute, In
digent soldier Ordered that $5 00 be
allowed for month of August. ,
In the matter of cancelling warrants a9 IW
o,i.mri;.' Onlnrpii that, following war- i
rants bH cancelled: Xo 19150, Frank
Para. 3 90: No 18246. J O Watkins
$2 00; No 18185, Alex DuBoiB, $1 70; No
18184, rrariK tjomier, ifi ("i no joiuu, u
B Early, $1 75; No 18802, Wm Willmore,
$2 20; No 17471, I M Long, $2 00; No
16929, B Hftger, $4 10; No 10708, F D
Duval, $1 50 ; No K4o8, Herman Towado.
$1 50; JNo llio92, (juas ltosenrooK, in ;
No 16102, M Shannon, $170; No 15978,
John Gaskell, $2 00; No 3179, E Wood
ard, $2 00 ; No 3199, J HenhiRer, $2 00;
No 1988, Geo V eiderhold, $ 25; No3178,
D L Bojlan, $2 00; No 3379, H Erkman,
In the matter of names omitted in
June by J W Meldrum Ordered that
warrants issue to
T W Rlanchard $4 00
Herbert Lucas I 00
J F Briggs 4 00
This Trade Mark on the side m
of a wagon box is a guarantee
of excellence and high grade
quality in the construction of
this wagon If yours does
not have it on dispose of it
and get one that has as you
cannot afford to run any
chances on the material usvl
H in a wagonr every time you break down it costs you mor
though the manufacturers replace the broken part
. . ,l!i , .'
BUY A FISH
lmuM ... . -ri iTJJJji ft
We also carry a full line of Buggies and Sprir Wagons.
Write us for prices on everything you need it only takes" a
jj! postal card and may save you dollars.
H Moody .
W A Holmes..
0RTHWE8T IMPLEMENT COMPANY,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY
Silverware and Spectacles
VY. II. YOUNG'S
Livery & Feed Stable
Finest.Turnouts in City
OREGON CITY. OREGON
S. J. VAUGHAN'S
Livery, Feed and ISale Stables
Nearly oppobitelSuspension bridge
First-Class Rigs of All Kinds
OREGON Cm, OREGON
Oregon City ,
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 rilONE 416 FOR JUNK.
Sngamaii & Co.
Don't pass us by call In and get our
price3. Ked ironi xrauiug vouiau,
In the matter of resignation of
Ingram, deputy clerk Accepted.
In the matter of appointment of F W
Greenman deputy clerk Approved.
In the matter of change in Bates road-
Dismissed. In case on new petition be
filed, Board allows $75 00 for repairs to
In the matter of report of viewers of
change in Blackwell and Heckart road
First reading, laid over until Thursday,
In the matter of damages on Davis
road Report approved and damages al
lowed as follows:
H Piper $10 00
WmMcKee 50 00
C R Lewthwaite 3 30
Expense of viewers
Thos Bohna 3 40
W CUlrich 3 30
James WilBon 3 30
In the matter of petition of Ina Lewis
for aid Allowed $5 00.
In the matter of motion to dismiss re
port of Hoist road Ordered that it be
laid over until Friday, August 8, at 1
In the matter of application of Casper
Junker for liquor license Ordered that
clerk issue license to Casper Junker for
period of six months.
In the. matter of application of J E
Stone for allowance to apply to J E Stone
road Ordered that $125 00 be allowed,
and supervisor ordered to work petition .
In the matter of correcting account
with Joe Myers Ordered that warrant
issue to Joe Myers for $1 25.
In the matter of collecting poll tax in
Road Diet No 11 Order that supervisor
collect poll tax in bis district in cash.
In the matter of petition of K i Wil
mot for county road Ordered that same
be granted. H II Johnson, surveyor, C
C Boylan, O C Whitten and J f Risley
appointed viewers to meet August 18,
In the matter of petition of G H Brown
for county road Petition granted. II H
Johnson, surveyor, H S C Phelps, Aug
ust Bramer and Wm Knight appointed
viewers, to meet August 19, 1902.
In the matter of report of supervisor of
Dist No 16 of names omitted in June re
port Ordered that warrants issue to P
Hall, $5 25, and to 11 Lucas, $4 50.
In the matter of repairing the Strauss
bridge . Ordered that county furnish
lumber and nails to amount of $75 00.
Supervisor to plank two bridges.
In the matter of petition of J C Peck
for county road Petition granted. II II
Johnson, surveyor, Ed Harrington, Ed
Memorial Window to Dr. John
Work on the enlargement of St. John's
chuich is proceeding rapidly. It will
increase the length of the structure 35
feet, and will be finished in the latter
part of next month. Near the north
wall of the extension lie the remains of
Dr. John A!cI.ouchlin. Anyone who
knows aught of the early history of
Oregon will dispute that the people of
the state, in gratitude to this great and
good man, should erect an imposing
monument to nis memory. rui as iuu
has not been done, Rev. Father Hille
brand proposes that he be honored with
a memorial window in the north corner
of the extension. Ha greatly desires
that it be beautiful, at least to a degree
worthy of the Father of Oregon. There
fore he extends the opportunity to the
citizens of the state to contribute to
wards its cost, Sums from 25 cents up
wards will be received for the purpose
until September 5th, by either the Ore
gon City Bank or the Courier-Herald.
The more generous the donations the
more beautiful will be the memorial
window. The uames of contributors
will be published in the local papers.
110'. FOB NEWPORT!
Oregon's Favorite Seaside He
sort. 'Recoenizing the advan age o. New
port as a Bummer resort ou r othe. pea-
side resorts in the north 'st, and lo
make it possible for all who desire to do
so to spend their vacation by the ocean
waves, the Southern Pacifii Company,
in connection with the Uorvallis &
Eastern Railroad, will place on sale, ef
fective June 15th, round-trip tickets
from all points in Oregon on the South
ern Pacific to Newport, good for return
until October 10th, at specially reduced
rates. For full information please in
quire of your local agent."
The best physic, Chamberlain's S ora
ach and Liver Tablets. Easy to take.
Pleasant in effect. For sale byG. A. j
HIS Season has been a busy one in our
Curtain Section, and buyers have broken
into many of the lines. Those that are left are
splendid values but limited in number.
We have cut the prices to figures that will
surely clean them all out before fall stock ar
Price for one pair Ruffled Curtains, 50c.
Frank Busch, & The House Furnisher
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it failB
to curer E. W. Grove's signature is on 1
each box. 25c. i
CASTOR I A
Tot Infants and Children.
The Kind Ycu Hava Always Bought