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OREGON CITY COURIER. FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1904
The man on the stage who does the
trick of escaping from firmly tied ropes,
submits to the bonds with a smile. He
knows he can get out of the ropes that
are being knotted. Put the same man in
the woods and let Indian captors bind
him to a tree for torture and he would
struggle to the last against the bonds.
When the stomach is iiseantd there
are bonds being woven every hour about
the organs dependent on the stomach
heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, etc. The
folly of mankind is to passively submit
to the fastening of these bonds with no
effort to escape until the pain they cause
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
cures diseases of the stomach and other
organs of digestion and nutrition. It
cures diseases of heart, liver, lungs, kid
neys and other organs, when these dis
eases, as is often the case, have their
origin in the diseased stomach.
"For a long time I was atiflVriag and was
hardly able to get about." writes Mr. Andrew J.
Jennings, of Thomas, Tucker Co., W. Va., Box
194- "was fcothered with kidney trouble and
my whole system wua out of order ; had no
appetite. A friend of mine told m to try Dr.
Pierce. Golden Medical Discovery. I did so
and the first bottle restored my appetite. I took
six bottles of 'Golden Medical Discovery' and
aome of the 'Pleasant Pellet' and feel like a
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Fellets cleanse
the clogged system from impurities.
CLACKAflAS COUNTY COURT.
At a regular term of county court of
State of Oregon, for the county of Clack
amas, held at the court house in
Oregon City in said county, on the 6th
day of April, A. D., 1904, and from day
to day thereafter during the continu
ance of said term.
Present: The Hon. Thos. F. Ryan,
county judge, presiding; Hon. T. B.
Killin and William Brobst, commis
sioners, among others the following pro
ceedings were had, to-wit:
In the matter of warrants drawn for
care of county charges.
John Avln $8 00
Ellen Bridges 8 00
OE Burns 5 00
Maria Clark 10 00
Wm Deen 6 00
Paul Freytag 15 00
WT Gardiner 10 20
J M Heckart 8 00
J A Jones 6 50
M Kroger 7 00
George Mooney 8 00
L Matherson 7 00
Charles 0 Miller 8 00
J S McOomb SO 00
Mary Volckers 8 00
Mrs Hattie Woods 5 00
RGOgden. 6 00
Mrs 8 E Valentine 7 00
Meade Post, No 2 G A R $13 00
In the matter of claims examined and
W J Telford 17 00
G A Bollack 12 00
Hedges. Griffith 68 50
Iva Harrington 51 60
G A Bollack 63 00
Nellie Swafford 10 00
Ednetta Chase 70 50
EE Taylor 81 50
Lulu Hanking 73 00
DO Boyles 73 75
S O Diilman....: 21 75
Fashion Stables 5 50
D It Dimick 4 50
KOMaddock 4 60
Glass k PruJhomme 4 50
R L llolnian 5 40
VV K Carll 5 00
11 1 1 Johnson 1) 00
Jaw F Nelson 104 00
I VV McAnully 54 00
Oregon City Machine Bhop 1 75
Telephone Co 5 05
A Mihlstin 14 10
Fashion Stabk. 5 00
V Nehren : 7 70
I) R Dimick 8 00
Huntley Bros 1!) 00
JO Ronsoner 33 85
St Vincent's Hospital 10 00
I Selling 10 75
Oouriur Publishing Co 8 :'5
lOntorpriso 103 78
John Bittnor 150 00
T F Ryan 8(1 00
f B Labour 3 00
F J Ridin.B 2 00
J T Drake 2 00
Livy Stipp 14 80
II 8 Moody 18 20
T B Killin.. 40 0
Wm Biobst 32 00
P E Shepherd 4 50
A McCarthy 4 50
Myra Schock 4 50
Mamie Schock 4 50
L Hallinan. 2 00
L Manning 2 00
W J Lewellen 40
J F Lovelace 3 25
In the matter of the supervisors' re
ports examined and allowed.
District No 1.
A B Kirkley 20 00
E Mullan 7 00
O lliverly 1 00
Chat Oounsell 14 00
W H Oounsell 20 00
District No 3.
K Hawk 2 25
H Breithatipt 20 25
TE Brown 12 25
J A Byers 21 87
W Ureenwell 13 13
Grant Mumpower 2 62
J Hawk 6 13
George Croon well.
SagiT A Wing
Gottfried Goss?r 8 25
AHRitzau J 20 00
R WiUel 18 6 J
AH Brown '.. 2 25
M Bayers 2 25
G Mumpower 1 50
O Proebstel , 1 50
Joe Deardorf 15 00
District No. 4.
Ely Bros 6 25
G B Linn 2 50
NLinn 2 25
District No. 5.
W H Boring 125 00
District No. 7.
Chas Leaf $1 60
W S Fegles 3 00
Jas Pegles 4 00
District No. 8.
W O Rugh $11 60
Fred Ward 8 00
District No. 11.2S3SI tsg&ZTT?
O H Dauchy ;....'..$ 1 55
W A Holmes.. 2 50
John E Smith.- 22 50
W Forcvthe 7 00
8 Forsythe 7 00
E Ely 3 50
O E Smith 10 50
M River. ...ii .' 1 31
T Hearth 5 25
W H Smith 15 75
District No. 14.
Lindsley & Son $4 60
Chas Moran 3 15
G F Gibbs... 34 75
C 0 Gibbs 18 00
S Bailey 18 75
OReed 16 50
M Shelly 14 25
O M May 13 50
CWilliamB 14 25
JasBhelly 16 50
TWLinn 4 50
Jos Gard.. 4 50
H Hillson 4 50
J J Kuntz 10 00
WmiMartin .. 2 25
John Shannon 3 75
District No. 15.
OM Putnam .'. $1 50
T Lindeey 1 50
Harry Andrews 3 75
W B Lawton 8 25
F Way....:... 2 25
AO Warner 1 50
Distiiot No. 17.
.lohn Bany : . $14 00
Jas Adkins a w
B McDonald ; 1 50
H Bartley 1 50
M Anderson 1 50
J J Mallett 15 50
District No. 18.
Wm Martin $3 00
W H Hughes 3 00
Wm Shannon 1 50
Jobn Shannon 5 00
District No. 19.
A Erickson ....... 1 50
J J Mullatt 4 00
District No. 22.
Ralph Baty 1 00
J R Davies 3 00
H J Rastall ; 2 50
District No. 24
L Moshbereer. 7 90
A Moshberger 7 90
0 Zweilel 6 75
Simon Miller 10 60
A Mitchell .7 90
F Yohan... 4 50
E Werner 75
P Smith 175
E A Montandon 17 50
District No. 25,
Ed M Morris $16 00
District No. 26.
Frank Everhart $2 25
H Larson 1 00
W H Engle 6 5 J
District No. 57.
0 Thomas $ 1 50
8 Nicholson 1 50
John Barth 10 00
District No. 34.
HIJerhoff $ 4 25
Wilson & Cooke 5 00
Oregon City Lumber Oo 69 76
D 0 Bhaw 12 25
Ed Batdorf ; 1 75
Jeff Shaw .... 24 00
District No. 36,
Ivan Broadwell $1 50
Thos Lelller 75
John Engan 75
H Kunzie io
Bud Thompson 5 00
In the matter of the petition of T
Turner for county road. Ordered that
the Road Viewers meet at the place of
beginning of said road on April 20, 1904.
In the matter ot tue potmon oi M
Stein and others for a county road. On
dered that the Road Viewers meet at
nlrtc.B of beginning on April 21. 1904.
In the matter of the appointment of
Stock Inspector. Ordered that Dee
Wright be, and hereby is appointed
Stock Inspector, he to file a boud in tho
sum of one hundred dollars.
In tho matter of the report of Viewers
of the Tooze road. Ordered tl at saul
report be and the same is hereby ap
proved and same be declared a county
road, and expense account allowed as
follows: John W Meldrum, $18.20; 1 1)
W Kinnard, $11.20; John Lewellen,
$11.20; Cheater A Tooze, ' ;J
$2; Albert Tooze, $2; Jan 1
In the matter of the vxt i
inflection 9, 13 8 11 1
that same be vacated.
In the matter of tho pet n
Bradley and others for i i
Ordered that Viewers mu.- . it.
beginning o said road on ' .'
ol April, 1004.
In the matter of the pet. I in ;
I latum and others for thn i
of Baker Ferry and Linn
Ordered that same be ta;
viseuient until court can vii
In the matter of the m is
for improvement of Umc
Cauby road. Ordered tin
of road district No 10, be tie
fiort to the court amount
ormed by him and money
In the matter of tolls ou t
and Barlow toll road. 0
this matter be laid over nut
k , .r-
In the matter of repairs t
Bridge, Ordered that re
of Oregon City road diitric
In the matter of the peti
Eastern Improvement Conn
bate of taxes. Ordered tin
and hereby is denied,
In the matter of the re-sit
Gordon and Cutting Mill t
part of the Callahan and Ct
Ordered that report of Count
be and hereby is received i
account oi same be allowed :
drum, $04: Edgar May, $10
tall, $10; J W Staudinger.tl
In the matter oi the petitk
Pollock for clearing and t;t
miles of road in the Elwood i
City road. Ordered that
id HjiU i
be taken under advisement until same
can be investigated by Court.
In the matter of the improvement of
"McCord Hill" on the Hardscrabble
road. Ordered that same be laid over
In the matter of the petition of Henty
and others for powder for clearing a
part of Can by and Viola road. Ordered
that same be laid over until amount of
powder necessary can be ascertained.
In the matter of the petition of Mead
Post GAR, for relief of Mrs Chas Ross.
Oi dered that a watrant iBsue to said
post for the sum of $5 monthly until
In the matter of the change of voting
place in Canby precinet. Ordered that
tame be changed to City Hall.
In the matter of the petition of E W
Randolph for vacation of Fairmount.
Ordered that said matter be laid over.
In the matter of the petition of A J
Lewis and others to rebuild Newell
Creek bridge. Ordered that same be
taken under advisement.
In the matter of tbe annointment of J
A Tufts, as deputy sheriff. Ordered that
said aDDolutment be confirmed be to
serve without expense to the County.
In the matter of petition to improve
Damascus and Kieer road. Ordered
that Detitioners be allowed from road
district No 3. apportionment the som of
$30 for purchase ot powder, petitioners
to perform the labor.
In the matter of timber left on the
premises of F B Schoenborn in clearing
the Scbuebel road. Ordered that said
Schoenborn be allowed S10 for remov
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
J Ritter to J Roth NJ. W of sec 2
61 e, 1600.
B F Linn to J N McKiIlican, E!
SE of sec 36, 22 . $3,500.
J N McKlllitan to B L,inn, lots 10,
11, 12, & Is blk 14 & 7 in 13, Fall View,
E A McGrsth to E N Platts, lots 9 &
10. blk 26 Oswego. $200.
G J Tryllinger to O A Davis, 14 40
acres in sec 28. 42 e. $500.
Windsor Land Co to J Weltmer, lots
7. 8. & 9 in blk 21 Windsor. $555.
W N Wilmot to J R Singleton, NE of
SE of sec 11 23 e $1,500.
D Moody to H J Moore, aJ acres in
the Engle Claim. 52 e. $1,500.
N H Darnall to L A Dugherty, W 'A
of NE of W14 of SE of NE sec 25, 6-2
H G Starkweather to W Oetken, 7.98
acres in Creighton CI. T 1 e, $880.
J G Miller to ' W W Sutherlan, 33
acres in CI 43. 41 e, $990.
M Donovan to 11 Weinnardt, b acres
in McCarver CI 31 e, $1,000.
A Bush to M Donovan lot 7, blk 107,
Oregon City, $1,000.
L Jagger to H Heinhardt, 6 acres in
McCarvbr CI, 3-1 E, $1.
I P Putnam to H Jones, part CI 39, j
31 e, $2,900.
H Jones to Crown Psper Co, same as
H B Dauchy to J T Apperson, lots 11
& 12 blk 5, Edgewood, $450.
J W Noble to I Putnam, It 4, blk 94,
5, 6, oi blk 125, O C, $850.
F J Dowe to F Betzel, It 5, blk 25,
Falls View, $75.
M M Donahue to M C Donahue, 6 of
nw of sec 2, 2 6 e, $750.
M O Hubbard to Pokorny & Zenker,
nw, w of ne of sec 4, e4 of ne, sec 5,
6, 1 e, $4500,
W Heiaer to C 8 Probestel, 10 as in
sec 4, 2, 3 e, $400.
E Pomeroy to G Kruse, 43 as in sec 2,
1 e, $2000.
S Tanzer to 0 F Olsen, Its 5, 6, blk 30,
F L Towne to G L Clyde, pt elm 42, 2,
2 e, $700.
M F Parrish to J P Sharkey ,nw of sec
28 1, 3 e $1 .
VV Zelp'ke to A Swafes, Us 3, 4, blk 7
J Hob5on to W E Bryan, n of n of
of e of Bee 1, 6, 1 e, $1.
L Kohlhase to R M Ganiard, pt Crow
elm, 2, le, $225.
State to T Fitzgibbone, e'A of w of
sec 36, 6, 2 e, $200.
Bolton Ld Co to 8 Tanzer.lts 5, 6, blk
30, Bolton, $207.
B A HeiBer to W Heiser, 25 as in sec
4, 2, 3 e,$200.
Johnson & Ramsby to L G Lsrsen.sw
of ee, e'A of sw and lot 3 ate 30, 5, 3 e,
O W P T S Co to.J W Reed, lots 4 and
5, blk 15, Eatacada, $725.
If you are troubled with impure blood
indicated by sores, pimples, headache,
etc., we would recotntue id Acker s
Blood Elixir, which we sell under a
positive guarantee. It will always cure
Scrofulous or Syphilitio poisons and all
blood diseases. 50 ots. and $1. Sold by
Huntlev Bros. & Co.
Unless they arc, good health is impossible.
Every drop of blood in the body passes through and is filtered by healthy kidneys every three minutes. Sound
kidntysVtrain out the impurities from the blood, diseased kidneys do not fSSLSZ
riiRP maw th iririnfva well so thevMxrill eliminate the poisons from the- blood. It removes the cause of the
many diseases resulting from disordered kidneys which
Rheumatism, Bad Blood, Gout, uravei, Dropsy, mnammauon i ue oiiuUcil ., ... -
a -"TS .M .ii H;nrrWri Kirfnevs. A simole test for Kidney disease is to set aside yc
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kidneys are diseased,
or Diabetes develops. - , . .
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE is the only preparation which will positively cure all forms of Kidney and
Bladder troubles, and cure you permanently. It is a safe remedy and certain m results.
If You are a sufferer, take FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE at once. It will make you wen.
Somi Pronouneid Incurable
Mr. Q. A. StUlson, merchant of Ttmplco, IU., writes: "FOLEY'S
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some ctses here that physicisns pronounced incurable. I myself sm
sble to testify to Its merits. My face today Is living picture of hetlth
and FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE has made It such."
AND STOMACH TROUBLES.
Tii. inrtures and evils of dyspepsia and
Indigestion are experienced by thousands at
.hi lime. The dyspeptic's train of evils
may be enumerated as follows: feelings of
dizziness, languor, nervousness, sleeplessness,
headache, distension of the stomach, loss of
flesh, difficult breathing, and the action of the
heart is seriously affected. .... . , '
All forms of dyspepsia are quickly banished
by the use of Paine's Celery uompouno.
The use of this marvelous medicine allays the
inflammation of the nerves centred aoout me
stomach; it opens up the sewers of the body
and removes all waste matter; it cleanses the
blood; it makes new nerve fibre; it restores
digestive power, and promotes bodily strength
and activity. Mr. Fred. Ross, Clarendon,
Iowa, briefly writes about his happy experi
ence with Paine's Celery Compound as
" It giv"! me great pleasure to testify to the
merits of Paine's Celery Compound. I can
candidly and honestly say it is the best medi
cine in the world. Two years ago I was suf
fering from indigestion and nervousness, and
was so run down that I could hardly walk
without help. I used two bottles of Paine's
Celery Compound and got better almost from
the first dose, and have had no use for medi
cine since. I was completely cured." .
When a hat, a good dress, or other
garment is a little faded and old in
fashion it need not be thrown away.
Color it with DIAMOND DYES.
W have a ipecial department of advice, and wit
answer free any queetlona about dyeing. Send
ample of gooia when possible.
Direction book and 45 dyed samplea free.
DIAMOND DYE8, Burlington, Vt.
A Big Sensation.
lnd.. when W H. Brown, of that place,
who was expected to die, had his life
saved by Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption. He writes: "I endured
insufferable agonies from Asthma, but
your New Discovery gave me Immediate
relief and soon thereafter effected a
complete cure." Similar cures of Con
sumption, Pneumonia, Bronchitis, and
Grip are numerous. It is the peerless
remedv for all throat and lung troubles.
Price50cent8 and $1. Guaranteed by
Charman&Co., Druggists. Trial Dot
It's the little colds that grow into big
ColdB; the big colds . that end in con
sumption and death. Watch the little
colds. Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup.
THE MORNING TUB
cannot be enjoyed in a basin of limited
capacity, nor where the water supply and
temperature is uncertain Dy reason oi ae
feetive Dlumblnsr or heatinz aDDaratus.
To have both put in thorough working
order win not prove expensive ir me wur
is done by us.
We have moved from our old stand into
the old postoffice building. Don't forget
the place when you want plumbing done,
Satisfaction guaranteed. F. C. GADKE
Orecon City, Oregon.
and Tin Shop
JOBBING AND REPAIRING
OppMitoOaufleld Block OREGON C'Ti
fnur hnnrc Tf rhPrft IS B.
and unless something is done they
Two Sizes. 50
H n tley Bros, Co.. Drugjfists and Booksellers, Oregon City.
Oregon City Planing Mills
F. S. BAKER Proprietor,
Elk Horn Livery Feed "Sale Stable
HORSES BOUGHT AND SOLD
D. .R DIMICK, Manager,
OZRZEO-OIsr CITlrT, OEQ-OIT
Brunswick House and Restaurant
Newly Furnished Rooms,
Meals at All Hours Open Day and Night.
...Only FirstClass Restaurant in the City....
Opposite Suspension Bridge, Oregon City, Ore.
C. W. Ktllf
SUCH CELEBRATED BRANDS AS
OLD CROW RED TOP RYE
HERMITAGE OLD SARATOGA
PLANET, Spr. '88 CREAM RYE
Imported Scotch and Irish
CORNER SEVENTH AND MAIN
All goods bougnt in bond
Purity and quality guarai
Some famous Old brands
James E. Pepper Kentucky Bourbon
Old Sam Hz rris Kentucky Bourbon
Cor. Elailrad Ave. and Hum 8!$.
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have allowed your whole system to become poisoned.
SPfllraenL Or aV CiUUUV BUUCHiouic. u iuuh-oicj wai vwu
become more and more affected until Bright's Disease
Had Lumbago and Kidney Trouble
Edward Huss, t well known business man of Salisbury ,Mo., writes:
"I wish to say for the benefit of others, that I was a sufferer from
lumbago and kidney trouble, and all the remedies I took gave me no
relief. I began to take FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE, and titer the use of
three bottles I am cured."
Cents and $1.00.
, 7th $t,
A. O. U. W. Building
of Building Material, Sash,.
Oregn Gty, Oregon
Whiskeys and French Brandies