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OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18 1903
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Db. John Welch Dr. Loom A. Moreis
Y"ELOH & MORRIS
Dr. Welch in personal attendance at the
office on Wednesday of every week.
Office next door to Courier building
OREGON CITY, OREGON
DR. GEO. HOEYE
All work warranted and satisfaction guaranteed
Crown and Bridge work a specialty
6REQ0N C1TT' OREGON
JJt 0. STRICKLAND, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Does an TJp-To-Date General Practice
Special attention given tn surgery and diseases
Office in Garde Building, 7th and Main 8"
OREGON CITY, OREGON
J. VT. Norbh, M. D. J. W. Poweix. M.
JfORRIS & POWELL,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Calls in city or country promptly attend ed
Garde Building. Oregon City.
DR. C. D. LOVE
Graduate of Amerioan School of Osteopathy,
Successfully treats both acute and chronic dis
eases. Call for literature.
Consultation and Examination Free.
Office Hours: JStSiVlK
lOr by appointment at any time.
Booms No. 4 and S, Stevens Building, Main St
OREGON CITY, OBKOOS.
W. 8. U'REN
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Will praotioe 'in all courts, make collections
and settlements of estates, furnish abstracts of
title, lend you money and lend your money on
first mortgage. Office In Enterprise building.
OREGON CITY . OBKOOf
Qt D, & D. C. LATCURETTE
. ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Commercial, Real Estate and Probate our
Office in Commercial Bank Building
OREGON CITY OREGON
JJOBERT A. MILLER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
1 0. D. EBY, NOTARY PUBLIC.
Real Estate bought and sold, money loaned
- Hlesexamtned Hadabqtracts made,oasb paid for
ounty warrants. Probate and commissioners'
court business and Insurance.
BOOM 8, WMSBUBD BDILDINO
ORIGON CITY, - - - - OREGON
QRANT B. DIMICK '
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Will practise In all Courts in lhe State, Circnlt
and District Courts of the United States.
Insolvent debtors taken through bankruptcy.
Offloe in Garde Building, Oregon City, Or.
op OREGON CITY
' ' CAPITAL $100,000
Transacts a general banking business
Makes loans and collections, discounts bills
buys and sells domestic and foreign exchange
and receives deposits subject to oheck.
Open from J a. m. to 4 p. m.
D. C. LATOCBETTE, t, J,
THE PIONEER EXPRESSMAN
Prompt delivery to all parts of the city
OREGON CITY REGON
1 nt UUQWLD
Oregon City's Leading Wine House
AH the leading brands of Cal
fornia Wines kept in stock.
Come and see us. .
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Secoiid-IIaiid & Jnnk Store
Sugarman & Co. now have a full
line of camping stoves on hand at
$1.15 up. Also all kinds of sacks
cheap. Call on us and we will
convince you of our bargains. AH
inds of junk bought and sold
lotb and Main Sts., Oregon City, Or.
DO YOU WANT A RIG
"Or a hgrse or anything; pertaining- to a first
' class livery stable. If you do Gross & Moody
the liverymen, will furnish it to you at a rea
sonable figure from their barn near the depot
First-class service. Driver furnished if required.
GROSS & MOODY,
SOME SPLENDID MATERIAL
OUT, OF WHICH TO MAKE A MAYOR FOR THE CITY
Familiar Faces of Some of Our Prosperous Business Men, Professional and Otherwise.
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DR. M. C. STRICKLAND
Dr. M. C. Strickland was born in the
"Old Dominion" thirty-seven years ago.
He comes from one of the "First families
of Virginia", his grand father' having
served with honor In the war of the Revo
lution. The doctor was educated at the
best colleges in the East and has the dis
tinction of carrying a diploma from thirteen
branches or schools of medicine. He re
ceived his preliminary education from the
University of North Carolina. He has
two brothers who are well known and
active practitioners in the state of his
nativity. Dr. Strickland came to Clacka
mas county eight years ago. He has twice
been elected coroner of the county. He is
an old-fashion Southern Democrat and was
one of Bryan's strongest supporters in 1896
and I900. The d'.ctor is to busy a man to
have any particular political aspirations,
However he would make a most excellent
mayor and being a democrat would not
detract any from his other good qualities.
The doctor is happily married, has an ele
gant home on the Seventh street hill and
a lovely family. '
1 Big and fat, jolly and good looldng, O.
D. Eby is a friend to "tye to." He Is a
native Oregon ian and is one of our y5ung
generation of Clackamas county boys. He
was born in Linn county in 1872 and is only
a little to rise of 3O years old. Mr. Eby
came to this county In 1893 and for several
years he clerked fortheRdbbinsatMoIalla.
He was elected Justice of the Peace in his
home district by a phenominal majority.
He served later as deputy county dark.
After going out of office he read law in the
law office of Col. Robert A. Miller and has
recently been admitted to the bar. Ht is a
bright splendid youngfellow with a big
future before him. He is married, has a
lovely home and family, and is in all re-
O. D. EBY .
spects and ideal citizen. He would make a
good Mayor of Oregon City and he would
make somebody do some running If he
were nominated or prevailed upon to run.
Mr. Eby is a Democrat who had rather see
his party win than win himself. If we
had a few more like him we would be do
ing some business In Oregon City.
SUCVTugTh;n & Gross
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The COURIER presents to Its readers this week the famillier faces of a bunch of
good fellows who live In Oregon City, They all happen to be Democrats, and any one
of them would make a fine mayor for the beautiful little city of Oregon City, if they
would accept the position and were elected. In fact these men are good enough fo
any kind of a position of honor or trust. These art a few of the good Democrats of
this city, only a few. The fact of the matter is that Oregon City is alive with good
Democrats. There is fine material here out of whll to make senators, ounty judges,
sheriffs, or anything where it takes character and manhood to win.
J. J. Cooke. Who is it that does not
hardware man and the politician. For years he has lived in Oregon City and Clacka
mas county. For four years he was sheriff of -the county, being elected, on the Citi
zens ticket in 1900 by a majority of more than 1,200 votes. He is a very popular
citizen, especially with the common folks. Mr, Cooke is not only a native son of
Oregon, but a native 6f Clackamas county. He was born in this county in 1859, was
educated, grew to manhood, went into business and has always been a citizen of the
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county His circle of friends Is as wide as the county itself. He owns a nice home on
the hill, several houses and lots, and has a fine business both as a real estate dea'er
and as a partner with Wilson in the hardware business. Mr. Cooke is an ambitious
fellow, and will no doubt be heard from again in politics. He was a candidate for
miyor against G. B. Dimick last December,
always insisted that he had no fair show in
was buried on the day of the election, and
Mr. Cooke is a Democrat and will be in the
cause in the future. '
now on "display. v
214 Third Street, Cor. Salmon
At the Fair Store, ee oar
line of laces. They are the
nicest in town and the cheap
est. Ladies' goods a specialty.
The Fair Store
know J. J. Cook, the real estate man, the
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and while defeated, his friends have
that -race, as his mother-in-law died and
he could give his canvas no attention.
front rank of the fighters for the party's
their Imported Pat-
choice selections of
and Novelties are
THE MORN1NQ TUB
cannot be en loved in a basin of limited
capacity nor where the water supply and
temperature ii uncertain by reason of
defective plumbing or heating apparatus.
To have both put id thorough working
order will not prove expensive if the
work ia done by
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HON, GEORGE W GRACE
Hon. George W. Grace the dry goods
and rrocery man, who keeps "open house"
at the top of Seventh street hill, is one of
Oregon City's prominent and most re
spected business men. He has lived in
Clackamas comty fur a good many years.
Once he has been the Mgh sheriff of the
county, and it is said he made one of the
best sheriffs the county has ever had In all
of its.h stury. Mr Grace was a candi
date on the Citizens' ticket In 1902 for
State Senator against the Hon. George C.
Brownell. He might have won that race
had it not been for (he fat that the ticket
was sold out in the home of its friends.
Mr. Grace is married and has a most in
teresting family. He is one of the best
citizens of Oregon City, stands high in
lodge and social circles. He Is known
everywhere as an honest man. His word
is as good as bis bond. He wou.d make a
capital mayor for Oregon City.
George A. Harding. Mr. Harding has
long been a resident of Clackamas county
and Oregon City. For many years he
has been active In the political, social and
business life of Oregon City. He Is a
man of high character, and no man stands
better with the people. He was born In
Sidney, Australia, came to California
when he was twelve years old, to Port
land, Oregon, In 1857, and went Into the
drug business at that place and has 'con
tinuously from that day to this been a
druggist. He has been a druggist for
forty-six years, a good long time in the
ordinary life of any man. During 1899
and 1900 he was president of the Oregon
State Pbarmacutlcal Society. For four
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' GEORGE A. HARDING
years he was a member of the Council of
Oregon City. For two years he was
vice president of the Oregon City Bank.
Mr. Harding has a lovely home and a
most Interesting family. Be Is not only
one of the substantial citizens of Oregon
City, but Is a big hearted and big brained
man. To add to his other good qualities
he Is a Democrat and would make an ex
PHILIP BUCKLEIN, PROP,
Having First-class Machinery
Doing First-class Work
Keeps in Stock a Line Shafting and Pulleys, New and f'eoonl
Hanr!. Alr Kntrlni anrl iw Mill Maz-in'rm...,
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Your Banking ?
No matter how small,
No matter how large, '
Will give it careful
attentjjpn.'. This mes
sage applies to the , .
men and the women '
For.Over Sixty Years.
An old and well-tried remedy. Mrp. TVInslw
Sooihlng Syrup ha8 been uwil fur ov-1 flxty yi'iirs
by million of mothers for their children nliHe
teething, with perlect luecess. It nu.lhta the
child, uoItn8 th cuitin, allays all pain, cures wind
colio, aud is the bwit remedy for lManhoen. ll
plntaaut to taste. Sold by diurgisls 111 evi rj iut
of the worlu. Twenty live benU a bottle.
Its value In incalculable. Be Miro mid k
for Mrt. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup, and tukeTio
MILES & KcGLASHAK, rrojs.
Pound for the M&M blend coffee, .
Pound Equity blend finest thing in town
Pound for our extra bleud, Bomotliing'
Remember those are pure goods guuran '
Gal best table syrup.
3 cans oyetere.
3 cans Res lye.
A Positive Statement
Huntley Bros., Druggists, are
agents for Oregon C. for
Kellett's Oil of Eden
Sweet Spirits of Eden
Remedies that will positively cure
any case of Rheumatism, no matter
how severe or how long standing.
In case anyone Is not cured, the
Company, of Oakland,
the purchase price.
J Call at Huntley Bros, for free b'xjklet. i
"I have been troubled with my gum
ach for the pant four years.', nay I). L,
Beach, of Clover Nook Farm, (lrnnn fluid.
Mhhb. "A few days ago I wa i induced
to buy a box of Chamberlain'tt Siotuiwb
and Liver Tablet-. I have takun part of
them and feel a great deal boitur." If
you have any trouble with ymr Htum
ach try a box of these Tablets. You are
certain to be pleated with the robult.
Price 25 cents. For sale by G. A.
Devoured by Worms.
Children often cry, ol from plD, but from
bunger, ilthouKh fed abundantly. The enlli
iron bl. irlMi from InanlUou, tn.lr food inn
Milmtlaterl, but devoured by worm. A fw
doses of White's Cream Vermifuge will miia.
them to oenae orylin aod begin to frlvn at onofl,
very much to tbe surprise anil joy of tlio mother. .
36o at Charmau a Co. s.
F. C. GADKE