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VOLM. NO. 20
OKKOON CITY, OKKOON, FKIDAY, JUNK 1, 1000.
(1 p A D C. LAToUKSTla,
Vi)VMV.U)UH AT LAW
HtiM eraser ossum mr, onxoon.
f,(lnlh '"" o Tllle, l,ee Mnf , rfi
I .a UI.
(). HTRICKI.ANP, It. I).
1 1 1 1 .()! ! ml Private Kirleiir4
tl.1i.re lila priifeeelwial earvlrae lo Hi .
1. 1 ill (liK'Mi mil vii lull, Hmm lal
lUiitluii l-eld lu t'elarili and
I hnnile dlre.e IW.l of refer
ne given. I HIIi In WlllimalU
llnllillng OMre Imiirtl 10 Ui !'.'. III.,
4 Ik tip. ni.
l I UOX lltY OIlKOiiX
KOWXM.L A C4MriiKI.I,
Mowers and Binders
Oivo lHt Hatinfuotion of any. Koitd what Homo of your
neighbor in Clackamas County Hay alout them.
Km Olhr Itln.ler I lk the i haiMpliia,
kKkWOfi, Orrgnn, Oil. II. HA
MlTUIKI.I., I.KWII & HTAVM ( O.
ATTORN F.YH AT LAW,
onaet'ir, . . . . Oaaeoe.
will piewlea la all ikeeourte el Ike Mala. 01
.. la I n I I but dm.
J)H. I.. I- 1ICKKNH.
Price Moderate. All Operation
Barclay Building Otr too Cilv, Of,
yr . rur.N.
ATTOllW AT LAW.
OftVe oppoelu Huntley' Iriit Mora,
Oregon Clly, Uregon.
v rWul.Kr Ubpofal.
Office over MrKilifl. ' rllx More, near
the Hani of Oregon I II r-
Ine nil of U(h. r'I'l erowne. all kind ol
Oiling end biUlgeaurk.
tteveath Hi. near depot. Oioo Cilv, Or.
ATTollNEY AT LAW.
tcll mention ln U County Couri
Oft.i rpaialre, 0U lluiiU'x'f Hook
Jll. Of.D. IIOKYK.
and llnd HpeHelly. All
a or a warranted and eelialectlun
Omra In CauflalJ IHk.
CKNTUMKN : I feel pirated with my
Mrw Champion Ulnilrr 1 bought of you
tit paat era mil. It docs all you claimed
It Would ilu, I have tut giaill for Itirn
owning (llM.rnr, Hut kryrc, Woode
Hinder, an. I got credit where others
have felled.. I rati pueltivrly Bay that
there le no otlirr illinlrr In my vliinlty
like the Champion Iliii'Ur, ami lu my
retliiiatloti the ( hiiiilnn Hlmlrr li t
friutajull out lirir, Kitnrtlillig tliat no
Othrr liltulrr haa K"' 1 you wl"
aril a K'kxI many ( liiii-lon lliuilm nrit
viviu, ml I lo yuu
J, II. PlCHaOW.
In Ilia iiiallnr of Ida (million of Mr.
Illuw for aid, lli matter wa rfrre)
10 cotiirnlailonar HeIt.
In Ilia niaittr of Ida rfaixnation of
Jolm Itmllcn aa J'"Ik of ! Hon In
a. . I '.' wui lit. mm n w mmmi p.,"
ruMUtid. Orrton. J...-..? -...i a i ...i .
my UM.I....I.I.I In lhair of th. 6 f.t I , , of
ll.amj.lon l ln.lrr and Hum la ( arrirr I j j()lf . yeUw j, 0, .j,,,. n
I haMiiil.m t'naiial4 fr t ight
Ifrafl, ! Ilnllli.g,
Mm hum., Livu ii V Htavkh Co.,
IK) I It I) OK tOWIflSlOIKKI
ftalar Ma; Trrm of Ida Coast;
I. f. Mark), rlialrniaal 4. H. Mart,
It. aali, avmmlatlonara.
lurihaaril from you tlila yrar. For
fiKlitnraa in draft and raae of oratlon,
imjilii ity In rontt tui tion and durabil
ity, will aay that no matliln to my
kncwlnle ia Ita njual nor nrar it.
Ilaviiijr rut l atm of ((rain, tha ma
chine ilid not taut ine five niinutra tie
la. rotiritii-htly nt a rrnt fir rrjKilra.
All th ( hainjiloii maihinra jiut In my
nrlvhhorhfMMj have vlvrn coually U'hm
aatiafactlon. In fait, I want no brtUrr I
mat hi ne than the thamt ion.
and havo been
for 05 years-
When you buy a Mitchell you buy the bent that can
KMHibly lo built, and run no chanceu as to quality.
Mitchell, Lewis & Slaver Co.
Front and Taylor Sta., Portland, Or.
KIHK AND ACCIDENT
r IMI CO M M C MCU L kU K
Of OHKUOM CUT.
. ....... ixai'iimii
MU atad. Hill dlaeooatod. atataa rol
j IUilroa-l TiclccU to all H)inta East at low rates,
jj c E. DONALDSON
A new lino of ladio'n toj shirln,
ladii'S fancy colored undVrnkirts.
HoniiTy for ladies and child
ren, and laeo curtains from 15
cents a pair upward.
um. hura and ailta alrhama on an t-unw
. . . . h u . - V ...r .M.I II lltl.
wta!u rrid aublaot la ebar
acn tin t . lot r.
0 0. LATal'klTTI. rridl
f. J. Mtt Caafcier.
ATroUSKY AT I.AW.
Ortlraotar M. Kltlrli k'a Mhoa Hlora. near
Iti a Hank otOrrunClly.
ATTDKNKY AT LAW
iarrairraor r'raTT n-aataaao.
O-flra nail loOrafnn CUT HoUrrH a.
U, KHANCIS FKF.KMAN,
Gradual) of tl.a Northwwlorn Unlrr-
itv iNmtttl Hchool, Clikaito.
A !fo American Collrucof iH'iital HurKcry,
Willamette Mock, Ore on CHy.
KK or OHKU0N CITT,
0'i.e.t Baskloi Bonse li the dir.
rai.miNT, eaai.aa . cciaii.
n i r.anuiKT, aao. .
ctaana. - ciiruu.
A laneral banklne bualnaaa IranaaAted.
OrK)lia railedauleol lo ohart.
Approved l.llla aud noloa dtaoouiited.
Ui.iinlj ami cllf ararranla bituint.
Iiia mvla onllalle aeourlty.
iiihaniie boufhlend eold.
CiillMilmit made proropllf.
Drlta aold avallaule In any part of the worm
Talaaraphle aiokaniiee aold on forlland, Han
rriinioo. 'ihloaiaaiul Mew York,
ntersitpalj on time depoelta.
m$ht and Exjiresi,
Freight and parcels delivered
to all parts of the city.
RATES - REASONABLE
$25 f $30
Strictly High-(rado, FitU-J with Any Kind of Tires.
Call and Sco Our Samples More You 15uy.
Pope & Co.
Oregon City, Or.
Cor. 4th and Main Sts.
OLD WHEAT FLOUR.
MaJo by tho Patent ritocKsa is a
Pkiifkct Fl.ot'R. Wheat that is not
neftBoncd can not make a strong
flour. The wheat from which our
Patent flour is mado, is all old stock.
Ask your grocer for Patent, and
refuse to accept any "just as gootl,"
as there ia none.
Portland Flouring Mills Co.
Oregon City, Oregon.
lie iim inrt, tha aarua
ami John W Uraate
miiilal to fill the vatartcy.
In tde inattrr of the 'M-tition of (;((
r, ft al, for (ilaok on Cinlar rrri-k hill,
the eatne wea Kraotid, the titioti-re to
d;alltlie woik of tradinK ami laying
plat k in di.trl, t No. I 'J.
In the matter of the petition of Mr,
Pitwinan lor eh a n ui of watrrr r'irae, the
aama eaa rt-ft-rrmi to Coiiinneeioner
Morton or lluuli Currin.
The (K-tition for eileneion 'if time for
ftin .ln ion of work in rtietrlrt No. V,
In the matter of the complaint of V.
. I'.ikr of a fenre in Hherwooil and
klllwaukle road, Mr. Taylorjwaa ordered
to reiiiuee the aaine.
In the matter of the report of yleaera
of (Jatiiai-e on petition of OA Arndt, et
al, Iwr connlr roai, the report waa
an-epted, tha titiotiera lo pay damage.
In the matter ol the petition of V J
It dinge, et al for the improvement of
tha OlaiJ TxliDiii road In diatrict No. 17,
t!ia aama wai granted.
In the mailer of the reelftnatioo of
W II Mattoon ae clerk of election
la Viola precinct, the aama waa ac
cepted, and tharlee Miller ajtolotd to
In Ui mattor of the petition and tub-
a,-rlillnn h.l In rai! IUIrli- So. 10 tha
lum. m .a tanlawl anil lUVl ilnnatjNl h
In the matter of the petition of the
Alliance Tiuat Company for a Ux rebate
relief waa granted in the euro of 17.44.
In the matter of the petition of B J
lUlvy lor a tax rebate on railroad land,
relief wat granted in tba I urn of 1-1.
In the metier ol aid for Mra Bell, the
aama wee granted
Comniuauuner Mori on 'a report on the
Hoik creek bridge aj evcepted, and
trw.VI ordered paid lor bridge, and I'J-'
lor the a proech.
In the matter ol the petition for col
verta and bri Igee in diatrict No the
eanie wae ordered built of cedar.
In the matter of petition ol C F I'env
broke, el al for work on Howard's mill
end Can by road, the nbeenption liat uf
f'JUwaa ai'i-epleJ, and a like amount
appropriated by the county.
In i he matter of the reeurrey of the
llowaid'a Uill and Wrighl'a road, the
county lurvevor waa ordered to atirvey
the aaine, and W W May, C K 8pen'
and Frank Jaggar were appointed viea-
In the matter of the enharription list
from Kaule Creek of f 1,000, the Imt waa
accepted and it waa ordered that the
county give a like amount Koadmaater
Counaell to overare the work.
In the matter ol work in diatrict No.
11, the cletk waa ordered to notify the
upeniaor not to do any more work with
out ordera from the boird.
In the matter of the rtitlon of C
llarg for cancellation of 181H) taxea, the
ante wat granted.
In the matter of the petition of II 0
Innkevp, et al. for powder work on
Lewie' road, the came wae granted.
In the matter of the petition ol John
F. Jenningi for a Ux rebate, the earne
was granted. .
In the matter of the reaurvey of the
Noland and Leabo M ill road, the aatue
waa granted, and K J Moore, Martin
Iabo and 0 Puughtery appointed view
era. In the matter of tha aubecript ion list
from iod dintiict No. 4. the tame wat
In the matter of the improvement of
tha Aurora road, the petition waa
In the matter of tba lobacription liat
from road diatrict No. 4, the petition waa
In the matter of the petition of E F
Uilev for tax rebate, the aame waa
In the matter of provision for the con
tingent fund, it wat ordered that $100 be
i rm.iih.rrl fiom the ireneral fund.
In the matter of the petition of J It
Shaver, el al. for work oil the Molalla
road, the came was sranted.
In the metier of work in diatrict No.
34, it was ordered that the supervise!
In the matter of the petition of Peck
and others for help on the Oregon City
and CUrkes road, the same waa granteu.
In the matter ol the petition from
diatrict No. 3, for road work, 50 waa
In the matter of fllling the approach at
Baker's Ferry bridge, the roadiiiftster's
report was accepted, the coet of the hu
provement not to exceed $450.
In the matter of the petition of Rock
wood htirifor improvement of Willsburg
and Milwaukie road, the petition was
In the matter of the report of viewers
on the petition of KW lIigginon for a
county road, the petition was denied.
In the matter of running the rock
crueller in dixtrirt No. 14, the job was
giyen to Frank Glennon at $3 per day.
In the matter of the petition of f
Drake for a county road, the road
master's report 's accepted, and Her
man Bruns, J 11 Doty and Freeman
In tha matter of the pet'tton- ' Mra
II argute for county road, the same
was referred to the roadmaster.
In the matter of the petition of Currin,
etal, for a county road, the same was
referred to the roadmaster.
In the matter of the petition of Mr
Barnes for a poll tax rebate, the same
waa granted, be being a resident of
In the matter of the tax rebate of P
DeShaier, relief was granted in the sum
In the matter of I he petition of F W
Ht Clair, et al for work in district No 33,
$fl we. granted.
In the matter of tba petition of Paul
riplownkouaki for a tax rebate, relief waa
granted In the amn of $2 73.
In the matter of the petition of If If
Perry for aUi rebate, the aame waa
In Ihe matter of Taham A Htnmn,
petition lor wide tire Ux rebate, the
aame was granted.
In the matter of Ihe petition and sob
arrtption liat for roe 1 work In diatrict
No?H, t-VU was allowed.
In the matter of the resignation of K
T White ae election clerk in Pamaaru
precinct, the aame was accepted, anj
Frank (M.orne appointed to fill the
In the matter of aid for Martha F
I'ulf, an Indigent person, $4 per month
waa allowed from May I, Ij0, and $4
allowed for preent nereaaitiea.
In the matter of petition for work on
Oregon City and Currinevilie road, the
aame wa laid over until the June term.
In the matter of the improvement of
the Oregon City and New F.ra road, the
petition and aabecription liat waa ac
cepted, and work ordered to proceed.
In the matter of bills of Al Wing and
Wills Intel on aheriira account, the
aame were allowed for fl.bO and $4.
Al VVn. $2 60
Willie Intel 4 00
In the matter of the Anrora and Hear
Creek road' the county surveyor ordered
lo reeet grade atakea on aaid road.
In the matter of Mary Lmff and Mra.
iJelleeow, county charge, the names
were ordered stricken from the liat.
In the matter of per diem, and mUe
age of tha county commissioners, the
following waa allowed :
It Hcolt...... 28 b0
J K Morton 2H IO
8 V Marks '1 20
HULL ESTATE, THUSFftM.
faraUhrel Every Week by the Clacks
as Abstract A Trant Ceapaay.
i K Morris to F K Morris, lots 13,
14, blk 2, West Hide ad 1
TUB CLACKAMAS ABSTRACT
TKUHT CO. are the owners of the copy
right to the Thome system of abstract
indexes, for Clackamas county, and bar)
the only complete set of abstracts In the)
County, can fornlati Information as to
title to land at once, on application.
Loans, Investment, real estate, abstracts
etc. Office over Bank of Oreiron City.
Call and Investigate. Address box 377
Oregon City Oregon.
THE RF.GISTEKF.I) TOTE.
Reports From all (he C inn tie NheK
.number U be t,f,9.
N 0 Waldeo to M Robers, S' blk
"" Parkplaee $ 100
E T Peterson to G Peterson, 200
acres sec 16, t 2s, r4 1000
R Livingstone, dm to T H Davie
50 acre 8wfford claim 4V)
E D Daval to W S Hunrt, 4 acres In
P Lee claim. 1 4 a. r 1 100
M Vetach lo A Vetech. power of aty
E M Vetacb to A Vetech. 78 52
acres sec 12, 1 2 s, r 3 e, HO acres 1000
E II Callahan to P Leicbtweia, w
Callahan claim t 5 s, r 2 600
E II Callahan to V Lelcblweis, 1-8
ot 210 acre in Callahan claim 1
E Vetach to P Vetach. 78 62 acres
sec 12, t 2 s, r 3 , 80 acres sec 7
C. k l.m.11 ti 1 Thumii nal.' net.
sec 31, 1 1 a, r 5
E T Crider to J McKinie, w nwjf
sec I, t 3 a, r2e
O A C R K to C D Latourette. 160
acre arc 35, t 2 , r 2e
A Meuu to L Mauls, 06 acres sec 3
J Humphrey to A J Niikum, 14
acres, sec lrt, t 2 s, r 1 e
C O Reynolds to L It Cody, t
22, 14 s, r 5e
United States to L Mitchell ne
sec 10, t4s. r5e
J Boun to F Andreeen, 151 87 acres
sec 2, t 4 s, r 1 w 2300
N R Lang to W P & P Co 57 68 aca
sec 3, t 4 s, r 2 e, and sec 11 , 1 3 s
rl e 6S5
C Quant to D Quant 73 aerea Can-
field claim, t 3 a, r2e 425
Following is the complete unofficial re
port of the number of voters registered
this year in the several countiea of Ore
gon, compared with the PreeidenUl vote
of 18' :
Vote for Voters '
Countiea 1H96 l'JOO.
Beker 2.A41 4,200
l!enton 2,111 1,960)
Joseph ioe 2.091
Totals 97,475 99,669
'Incliiled in Crook, Gilham ami
IasUllatlen t Offlcera
The Ancient Order of Red Cross com
pleted their organization in this city
ecently, with 104 charter members.
The folloing officers were elected:
Past president, J. W. Grsy; president,
J. W. MoAnulty; vice-president, Mra.
J. W. Gray; secreUry, Miss Mabel
E. Kennedy; treasurer, Mra. W. B.
Shively: gnard, Mra. Anna Wright; in-
i side gnard, W. W. Marrs; outside guard.
Wm. B. Shivtly, jr.; trustees, John F.
Clark, W. A. White; J. A. McGlashan.
The installation of officers will occur at
Willamette hall, Friday, evening, Jane
8, to be comluiled with a basket supper
and social enterUinment. All members
are requested to be preeent.
No inferior or impure ingredients are
used in Royal for the purpose of cheapen
ing its cost ; only the most highly refined
and healthful. .
Royal Baking Powder imparts that
peculiar sweetness, flavor and delicacy
noticed in the finest cake, biscuit, rolls,
etc, which expert pastry cooks declare is
unobtainable by the use of any other
leavening agent. ,
Alum I used in nuking cheap baking powder. If
you want to know the eflect ol alum upon the
tender llnlngi ol Ih elomach. touch a piece to
your tongue. You can raiaa blacult with sluna
baking powder, but at what a coat to health t
JOY At. SAKINO eOWOE. CO., 100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK.