Oregon City enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1891-194?, December 16, 1898, Page 2, Image 2

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    OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, DECEMHEK 10, 180E.
hii judgment In the matter of compro
mising the suite of Toedtemeir vs County
and llockiuan v County, to be tried at
llillwhoro.
In the matter of kid (or Mrs. Clarke,
an indigent perxon, tt ir month was
granted from Nov. 1, 1808, to May I.ISW.
In the mattei of tlie indigent toli'ter's
fund, 7S vai ordered traimferred from
the Keiieral totheindigpnt aoldiew' fund.
lathe matter of the ollii-eof county
unrveyor ordered Inasmuch, an the
c untV mirvevor, who was elected in
June," 18!M, failed to qualify within the
'me prescribed, "id office is declared
acant j and Ernest P. Rands i appoint
et ht the court to fill said vacancy in
the olTice of surveyor.
In the matter of the petitiun of tlie
Flureiice I'nttemltn Kefnae Home for
women, the same was taken under ad
visement. In the matter of application of Wm
Knight for payment of D Hutchin's
house rent, tlie same was denied.
In the matter of plankton a pait of the
Abernthey road near the Kedland poet-oHi.-e.
it was ordered that county furnish
plank for 50 yrds of said road, provided
the residents of road district No 13 will
grade road and lay plank.
Claim of Gray Bros., of Palem, for
bridtre irons furnished McCoy. The
Petition denied and clerk instructed to
notify said cUiniitnts that tbey must look
to Mr McCoy lor their pay, as this
county did not draw warrants except on
orders isiven bv contractor.
In the mutter of poles on Molalla road,
it was ordered that supervisor of road
district No 18. put 500 poles on the
Molalla road at end of plank road.
The matter of the taxes of the Clavson
estate coming on to be beaid on renion
trance of the directors of school dintriet
No 28 to the action of the county court
in making an order on the 2nd day of
July. lS'.iH, herein a reduction of said
taxes were made and a certain sum au
cei'ted in settlement of same and the
attorneys of raid estate having been
notified to appear and show cause why
an oider should not be made to set a.niile
tlie said order made by the court in said
matter and said attorneys failing to ap
pear, and the court being fullr advised
in said matter it is hereby ordered that
the said order made on 2nd day of July
ISi'Sbe revoked and set aside and the
clerk instructed to notify the adminis
trator of said estate of this action anJ
that he further enter upon the tax roll
and delinquent tax roll, and aalea books
for taxes, opposite the property of this
estate this action on the part of the
county court; and the said clerk and the
sheriff of Clackamas county be further
instructed to collect said delinquent
taxes, whenever applied to for that pur
pose, in the amount due the county.
Tbe matter of the appointment of road
supervisors coming on to be heard, and
the court being fully advised, and be
lieving that the best interests of tbe
county could be subserved in said mat
ter and tbe best results obtained in road
matters by having tbe taxpayers in each
road district select a man from their
midst to take charge of tbe road work in
their district, it is hereby ordered that
tbe clerk publish a notice for the next
two weeks informing the taxpayers of
the county that tbe court very much
desires that they select and recommend
to tbe court for appointment some com
petent man in each road district for tbe
joeition of road supervisor and it is
further ordered that the man endorsed
for said position as road supervisor in
any road district by the majority of tbe
resident taxpayers of his said district,
shall be appointed by this court to fill
said position ; provided however, that if
said appointee should prove either in
competent or unwilling to perform the
dut es required of the supervisor in a
proper and diligent manner, he shall be
removed by this court and some other
person appointed in his place.
In matter of petition of Mrs L Glover
for tax rebate allowed at $3.
In the matter of the official bond of
Erntit P Hands aa county surveyor: ap
proved. In the matter of hill on road district
No 3; Mr Byers instructed to repair
same.
In the matter of the contingent fund :
500 ordered transferred from general to
contingent fund.
In the matter of Mrs Kunyan, a county
charge; $7 allowed for three months, to
date from Dec 1, '8
In the matter of Lin Jones, a county
charge; ordt red discontinued from Jan
1, 'oy.
In the matter of the writ of review be
fore the circuit court in leyard to board
of prisoners: The judye reported that in
the writ of review brought before the cir
cuit court by MierifT Cooke in the mat
ter of the reduction of the sheriff's bill
for board of prisoners that the action of
the county court in reducing said hill had
been unstained and writ dismissed.
In the matter of the writ of reyiew be
fore the circuit court in leard to Weis
mandel Mad The judge reported that
in the writ of review brought before the
ciicuit court by Johu Weismandel and
N N Myers in the matter of the county
court refusing entertain a notice to locate
a new road and vacate an old one, the
circuit court approved the action of
county court in refusing to act upon such
notice on the ground of indefinite des
cription and ordered said wiit dismissed.
In matter of official fees received for
the month jof November, 8!)8: Clerk re
ported 1281.85 and recorder f 100.
In mattei of mileage and per diem for
December tem, '98: SF Marks allowed
3 days and one extra and 20 miles, $14. 00 ;
J K Morton, 3 days and 2 days extra and
20 miles, $17.
BILLS ALLOWED.
In the matter of the payment of claims
filed against Clackam:is county. The
county court having examined said
claims and being fully satisfied, it is or
dered by the court that the clerk shall is
sue warrants on the general fund in fa
vor of the persons for the amounts here
inafter specified in payment of said
claim :
lna M Chase, cleik's acct $ 40 00
J L Peabody, " " 40 00
Dr Dedman, insane 5 00
J II Smith, surveyor 12 00
II S Strange, superintendent.... 15 00
NWBowland, " .... 15 00
JCZinser, " .... 15 00
Mrs M W Miller.bd jnr.Popp case 7 00
' Glick ".. 3 50
" " " " Martin"... 14 00
Dewey Restaurant" " Pheiffer". 3 60
Bellomy & Bosch, court house. . 4 25
Telephone, court bouse 3 60
Water Commission 15 00
Tnauest of Ed Bovles
J F Jennings, witness 1 70
E W Midlam, " 1 70
Ed Brown, " 1 70
Ed Rechner, " 1 70
G B Dimick. dist attv 5 00
II Straight, juror 1 20
John Ureen " 1 20
Wm Robinson 1 2i)
K K Charman " 1 20
W II Young, Juror 1 20
K C Maddock, " I 20
Ed Morris, coroner 3 00
L Stout, assessor 100 00
Ida Stout, " BO 00
Kletha Cummins, assessors elk. . 44 00
CO Huntley, stationery 9 ftt
Tress, stationery 4 00
Courier-Herald, printing........ 13 3.")
H Straight, pauper 2 tin
F Williams, " 5 00
K L Russell, pauper A On
J L Kmse, circuit court 12 00
H A Kruse " 12 00
O C Iron Works, road and bridge 15 oft
V II Savage, sheriU's 45 25
J J Cooke, sheriff's 2 70
C K Burns, circuit court 3 30
T B llankins, slier S9 00
E C Maddock, circuit court 7 00
U H Bestow A Co," " .... 4 23
J II Mver, road and bridge 9 )
W If Young. " 2 50
C II Isom, sheriff J, 32 25
I Selling, pauper 21 05
J J Oooke, sheriff 67 8!)
PNehren, ct houte....: 0 00
State vs Lizaie Altaian
C Schnbel, justice 6 00
M t McUiwn, constable 6 70
Mrs Seol I "0
J Montgomery 1 70
Mrs L Range . 1 70
G B Dimick 5 00
State vs Wm Hay cox
CSehnebel, justice 11
M F McCown, constable 15
Tom Smith, witness 2
II Goodman, " 3
S Baechler, " 1
J W Johnson. " 1
W E Gnnter. " 1
E W Widlam, juror 1
J G Porter, " 1
J X Harrington," 1
T M Miller, " 1
J M Ware, 1
J R Williams l
F T Griffith, dist atty 10 00
State vs R B Criewell
C Schnbel h 7 50
M F McCown 51 15
Fred Blount, witness 12 50
Mrs Annie Blount.witneaa Vi 50
Zella Williams, 12 50
MrsEBerrv, " 12 50
J W Moreland, " 1 70
J X Oatman. ' 1 70
John Noblitt, ' 1 70
G B Dimick, dist atty 5 00
bills err DOWX.
claimed allowed
Clyde Evans, ct ct $ 4 50 $ 4 00
M CMnckhn.cor mqst
on Ed Bovles 20 70 19 20
Glass A Prudhomme,
stationery 12 00 11 00
Bills laid over
Chas Moehnke, road and bridge. .140 60
tsiiis uisaiioweci
J II Joyner et al, pauper $25 00
cibciit co CRT wrrsKssia.
State vs Martin-
Elmer Dixon I 2 00
C F Blytbe 8 80
MraCFBlvthe 8 80
Jacob Shade 2 00
Chas E Burns 6 20
W Grout 6 20
Peter N'ehran . 2 00
D C Latourette 2 20
GW Grace...." 2 20
E G Canfield t 00
G A Harding 2 20
E C Hamilton 2 20
Total 56 40
State vs Wyland
August Willbroad 10 40
Smith 8 60
Elestha Rings o 00
FC Klinzer 6 00
C H Isom 2 20
Edward Bair 9 60
Gilbert Wyland 9 10
Ed Yoder 10 00
Chas Noblitt 2 20
G B Dimick 2 20
Total $55 00
State vs Atchinson
W II Nelson 11 00
W M Clemenson 21 00
Jay Baher 8 40
Chas Mosher.... 8 40
Will Goner 8 40
W H Savage 4 20
Elsie Roberts 10 HO
R R Lee 10 00
dtistio Lee 10 00
J O McCrea 11 to
day Barkley 6 W
II DenDiBon 2 20
Total $!I9 20
State vs PIvlTer
Jacob DeShazer 11 80
Flora De.Sha.er 11 8)
Casiier Younger 11 00
W t Larll 2 L'O
Total
State vs Babsch
Win Cantril
...P3 80
2 20
Frank Cantril 2 20
W II
Sampson.
2 20
John
Graham 3 80
Albert Shaver.
00
00
80
Mrs Shaver 4
Ed Bchull 3
James Evans.
3 80
G E Hayes 2 00
I J Bige ow 2 00
E Kinney 5 00
L J Arnold 4 00
Clarence Floyd 4 00
L Bair 6 00
C " 5 (Ml
Ed " 5 00
HLWolfer 6 00
Mrs L Wolfer ; 5 00
Frances Hoover 6 00
C Weismandel 5 00
L Toedetneier 3 80
C Schlichiser 5 00
Clyde Dick.
4 (SO
John Egger 4 50
Peter Warner.
4 00
4 00
4 00
Louis Kollemier. .
Henry
Clyde Evans 4 00
C W Armstrong..
4 20
4 20
2 10
W " . .
DF Warner
Tetal
OB AND JURY WITNESSES.
$124 60
T U Barclay 2 10
Chas E Burns 2 20
E L Shaw 2 20
E M Rasmnssen 2 40
Geo C Cannon 6 80
C 8 Herman 6 80
I M Herman r. 5 80
P Kearney 8 40
E A Revenue 7 00
Casper Younger 7 00
Jacob DeShazer 7 80
Barclay.
verdicts
AVER'S HAIR VIGOR futfiSk
til the promises made for it, is the
vcrJict of those 1tbo hv tried it.
3
or s
"I ha Mid Ava'a Hair Vino, for llfHen
er ami do not know o( a tingle vat whir
it iin not ive enure eetlHiiotloa." r, U.
uauia, rauneuaie, Aia,
0
air
When llie ranted m hair t fall ont. 1
round AYttt n HAIH V loo a moat eirellent
preparation ami onu that de all that la
ciaiuieu tur it u Kuan, lenaellsvUle, Ca.
Vit
igor
. AYta's Hmr Vttioa dortatl that lacUlmwl
ror It. It rrtirrd inv hair, which waa lt
woming rav, om un natural color dark
browa." W. It. IIASUUlut Falaraon, N.J.
"Xfjr head became full of dandruff, and after
a time in hair org-an to fa!) out. The naeof
AVCH'k Maik Vii.ok atuMveJ tha fallin out
i and mad. the aratp clean and heal thy. "--Via.
E E Oleason 4 40
J W Eryear 6 20
R R Lee 6 00
Augusta Lee 6 00
COT Williams 320
C I Gipson 5 20
J J Emert
40
00
Clvde Evans
J J Leavtt 5 40
COT Williams 2 20
Ella 8wing 2 20
Fred Swing 3 00
Mamie Smith 3 00
Anna Athey 3 00
rmma Athey 3 00
Total $117 50
SUMMARY.
State vs Martin $56 40
" Wyland 65 00
Atchinson 101 20
" Pheiffer 36 80
" Babsch 123 50
Grand jury witnesses 117 50
Total $191 40
CIRCUIT COURT JURORS.
Followingare the jurors lor the Novem
ber 18i8 term.
LF. Wise $3 (50
F 3 Baker : ."tTTr. 2 20
Clarence Farr 2 20
Eli Stark 44 (10
J II Burns ..." 39 80
A Andre 41 20
E P Carter 40 40
Geo Knight 41 80
A V Davis 40 60
E M Hartman 44 80
G W Waldron 36 40
X H Darnell 38 40
G W Kidder 40 60
Fred Gage 37 40
Daniel Fallert 43 20
O L Barber 48 00
A M Lovelace 46 00
J Everhart 40 00
W W Aldridge 2 20
J W Wetzler 3 6)
S B Johnson 4 20
II Gans 30 80
Total $077 00
GUANO JIHOI18.
M Campbell $20 fO
lieo C Armstrong 1!) 00
Chas CatU 18 .'10
Eugene Cumins lit 20
W C Heater 21 00
Thos L Dibble 21 2)
II If Gregory 19 00
Total
SPECIAL Jt'HOIIM.
State vs Martin
W L Beckner
Elwood Frost
.$133 30
$ 2 20
2 2'l
0 20
- (I 20
0 20
- 20
2 20
-$31 40
- 2 00
. 2 00
2 00
- 2 00
- 2 00
$10 00
C R I.ewthwaite .
S J fVle-'by - -H
W Morgan
Wm Bee man
M E Willoughby
Total
State vs Wyland
A F Parker
J M Tracy
John I Int ton
M E Willoughby
Elmer Veteto
Total
State vs Babsch
Wm Smith
FJAIdiedge
Total
State vs Atchinson
W L Beckner
Wm Smith
T 8 Lawrence
W II Butts
W II Faubion
Robert DeShazer
VI E Willoughby
Berry Buckner
4 00
- 4 00
-$ 8 00
$ 6 00
- 6 00
- fl 00
- 00
. 0 00
0 00
6 00
6 00
$48 00
$077 90
-138 30
31 40
10 00
- 48 00
8 00
Total
SUMMARY.
Regular Panel
Grand Jury
Special, State ys Martin
" " Wyland
" " Atchinson
" " Bolsch
Total $913 60
In tbe matter of the reports of super
visors for tbe month of December, 1898.
Tbe court having examined said re
ports, it is ordered that they be and the
same is hereby approved and tbe ex
pense of the several districts are here
by ordered paid, and the clerk la In
structed to draw warrants on tbe road
fund and county fund for several amounts
and in favor of tbe following named persons:
ROAD ACCOUNTS ALLOW!..
Road Dist No 1 Labor on bridges and
culverts
W 8 Payne $ 00
P 0 8pm.hi.r 8 37
Harry Clifford 13 87
W II Common 1H 00
" and team 12 00
J II Mever, lumber 02 05
Geo B Rate A Co, powder 12 (10
Total $128 79
Dist No 2
O W Grilllu A Co, lumber $29 65
11 ii 11 11 1
A Mather, nails ! 8 00
J H Cramer 7 00
C k Cramer 0 00
K Robinson fi 25
J T Robinson 4 50
II Knox ., 3 00
Total .s.. $tt 1(1
Dist No 3 Labor on cut and 1111 at
Deep Creek and bridge
( WGrllUnACo.luuiher 18 14
Warren tlreetiwell. 12 00
Elliot Preston 14 2ft
Earl Tong 14 5f
W W Cooke and learn 25 50
Irvin Hawk 14 25
Marion llinkle 9 75
Ed Ilnrghardt 15 50
AW Cooke ; 17 00
Total ....$141 SO
Dist No 7-
C Miiisinger, lumber $12 94
Dist No R-
W H Endersby 1 50
C Shank 4. 1 60
G W Italy 3 75
rred I.avmnn .... 3 75
Joseph Wall 8 10
C P Ware and team U (HI
Total $22 50
Dist No 11 Labor on Ateinnthy,
Kerchem Mills and Forsyth" road
Wm Foriythe $12 7ft
A llavtnan tl 76
LYach 9(H)
0 A Holstrom 18 00
Total
Dist No 13-
.$46 50
O Armstrong and team
W II Mattoon
W II Bonney, plank
Total
Dist 14-
.$7 75
J L Swafford $13 00
1 Shelley 8 25
Geo Swafford 6 75
Total $28 00
Dist 16 Making and laying rails on
Parrot Creek hill and new bridge and la
lor on Brown school bouse road
W 8 Rider $10 00
TDOsborn 4 50
Geo Rider 8 00
la-ar Waldron 4 50
C II Rider and team 9 00
Jonah Penman 4 50
Geo iilanehard 2 50
P II Mead 75
" repairing scraper 60
Herman Anthony 1 00
I) R Romsey 1 50
Edu-ar Waldron, 800 rails 6 (X)
C 11 Rider, 800 raila 6 00
Total
Dist 17
(Concluded on page six).
$53 25
Plenty of money to loan at 8 per cent
1 long or short time. Apply to G. E.
Hayes.
Groceries.
A large and well assorted stock of
choice Fresh Groceries which we are
losing out at the following prices while
they last.
1-1 lb Cans Baking Powder 15c each
Worchestshire Sauce. ... 12)0 per bottle
Pepper Box Blue 2c per box
Peariine : 3u per package
Com Starch 7c per package
Baking Soda 3d per packugu
Sapolio 7c er pncVaife
Large Bottle Pickles 15c h t bottle
Choice Raisins 4c er pound
Choice Teas. ... .25 and 35c t pound
1001b Sack Stock Suit 40c
50 lb Sack Dairy Salt 35c
And all other groceries at the same re
duction. CHARMAN A SON'S STUCK,
Main Street, Oregon City.
For Young Jlcn and Voting iVoiiien.
There is nothing that will arouse the
Ire of a young iiiitu or woman so ipiick as
to have inferior laundry work put oil' on
them. They may dress ever so will,
but if their shirt front or shirt waist is
riniHsy their nuat appuuiunce is spoiled.
The Troy laundry makes a specialty of
ladies' and gentlemen's flno work.
There cau be no better work than is
done at the Trov. Leave your 01 dors at
Johnson's barber shop.
Ttjeatfel
And Masquerade Coh
tumcs for Kent nnd
Sale. Country orderg
promptly attended to.
Baruth & Febvet.
Room and,
Marquam Bldg. - - Portland, Or.
Prof. W. H. Feeke, who
makes a specialty of
Epllrpny, has without
doubt treated and cur
ed morecaara than any
living I'hyalclant bis
success it astonishing.
We have heard of cane
of w ytars' standing
tur
tle of his absolute ear, (res to any sufferers
who may send their K O. and Express adilreM.
We advise anyone wishing a care to addreei
TT0 i
MIS
AVcSc table Preparation for As
similating ilicroodfliullkCula
Uitg lite Stomachs ondDowcu of
lromoteaT)c5tlon.Chceful
ncss nnd RcsLContaln s neither
(hitum.Morphliie nor Mineral.
Not NAitooTic.
" " Ax.Smf
Anrrf.-fl rtcmcdv forConjtlDA-
lion, Sour Stonwuh.Diarrhoca.
ortns .Convulsioiw .revensn
tirss and LOSS OF SLEEK
SawaMaStBMBMSHM
TaxStiniU 5iJnatur of
Nirvr ',-oriK.
irjr
txAcr copy or vruma,
irr-ia
Patent
m
plour
Manufuctum! in Oregon City
from the bent st'lected wheat
on tho market.
All Our Flour Manufactured From Old Wheat
IT IS FOR SALE
K.u,.n.u. Guaranteed
the bent.
Patronize Home Industry.
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