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VOL. 30. NO. 21
OUKCJON CITY, OKKCON, FWDAY, AI'llIL 5, 1901.
AM Of OMROL'N CITT,
Oldest Bull.. Hoc:! !i lie dir.
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arut bill! '! Uii(illMMuul4,
Uounlf " bouakl.
jMut M-l Halls oum-.
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fr.BoiMMi 'ililM Jin ) York.
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U la f.'luA Slim, Runi an. I liinif Von.
p..it fl4 !) I M cbwk fe.uk
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Oth & CLISAN ITS.
Twe Murks from I'nloi I pot.
HEADQUARTERS FOR FARMERS
t'l ii 7 ----" . w . innnitiw 1
llnl CUa aiH..a.tliM-l,.Ui i . 4l ,i4 twarO-M.als 25 Cets-ASMl I.Ui
fer rjlM. IIK4MM H HAItTHAM, frfta'tatar.
.lull ullUu 0 Ulu 1Ini,ri wcTr ShocH
A.U1I MUUU VIU1U Made to order, fo to f
IMI, MaimirMC Repairing k fp.i-l.il;. Pom hil ye wall
I.1tm Mi-ma, MaI to Order, .1 ami ut. Kultar Heels &0c a pair.
AGGIE IS COMING.
The Little Man Huk a Fund
Detilre for Trawl.
WOll.l) LIKE TO VMT IS
lllld Dresuis of Wealth flay l Ills
W tin lue VaodrvllN) K azata
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Uradiiale of ll North wt)r Unlver
Ii Itanial HcImm-I. Chicago.
A !o American Collude o( IVtiUl fturgery,
' Willamette Work, Oregon City.
JJU. I.. I. 1ICKKNH,
pi let Moderate. All Operatluna
flarvUy HiilMing Oregon Cltr, Or.
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anil iiliiiriiU of Kalc
furnUh aiMirai-i .( i,nl yuii noiijr
an4 ltl jruur iiniiijr 011 llrl morgaic,
Office In Entorprl Building.
Itaam Hl tn irl utM,
The Onlr Kirrt-Clwa
IloUrl in town.
IUU $ day sn4 upuir1.
JAIOH CAkkr.l., rrfHlr,
kladt af kotMtwt.
Harnessmaker and Saddler.
Main Slrrtt, Ut Fourth mui FiAb, Orr'M City
Vw lUrnik-wa m.e la p-l.dta -lylf.
Repairing Harnesses a Specialty.
JhSJtMfi SHANK & BISSELL
UK Hit TKEEf
TITK rtjrtlully aoliclt atronar. U arc prrrrl to rrve. you with
etry mo-lrrn cotivrtilroc UM-d In the jroftMlon, and for littU
tuiitiry kiioJ amirc cn U lial anybrre. Wtbave fine new brknfkod
fkirUur. I'mlrttaklngKooiUaDil funeral fur nulling of trrry !ccrl(tion.
Cam and U.
ATTORN I'. V AT LAW
Lmi.l Titlcnnnd Uunl Office
I IiimIiic rt Hclny
Will fiactlrc In all Court of thr State
Room J. Wclnhanl M.ljf.
ojip. Court lluue, OrrKnn CH, Orrjnn
Notary 1'uMlo. AUtractrr.
John W. Lodor
Transacts (iincral Liw Business
Ioni your ninny or lnla money to you
I'ollfx iiin a hnrUltyi
Office, Strtrn't Huil.linK, oj. Hank of
0. W. Ktt.th.m 0. It. Diruitk.
DIMICK A KASTHAM
Coiiiiiirriiii!, Hral Kittl mui I'ro
bato Law, HMcltltlm.
AUiracta of Title mailr, Money !aneil
Oregon City, . Oregon
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We are Sole Arrtita for the Celebrated
Syracuse Chilled and Steel Plows, Harrows
W l! lire iai ofFIisn JB. EEEDLES. JPBAY POMPS, ETC.
Pope & Co.
4th h Main St OHKdON CITY. 0I., Telephone 463
Q D A D.C. LATul'RKTIl,
COUNSKIX)KS AT LAW
AI ITBIIT ONkOOM CITY, OkkdOK.
rarniih AUir.ma of Tin. Uaa Hui, fore
Miiri..i. aal Iranuel O.o.ral
QKO. C. IIUOWNKI.U
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Ore-ifon C'tty, - - Oregon
Will prartin In all tti courli of ilia Halt.
Onie In C..111.IJ bulUlliif .
ATTOUNEY AT LAW,
Okiaoa City, OaaooM
Will praotle In all Ih eourll ( the ttala. 01
0, lu Cufilit buudluia
W are prepared to execute firat-claii Printing promptly at the
lowest prlcei comlitent with skillful and Intelligent execution.
Your Work Solicited.
A. 8- I'ltKMHEIl,
t ATTORN KY.AT-LAW.
Omr,nvnr MoKliirlik'iHlKMi Store, near
i Hunk 0IUrrm.11 City.
Citt, . . Oaauoit.
ATrORNKY AT LAW
0a,e tit to OregoQ City Enlrpr.a.
PP. Huntley's DruR Store,
FKTY YEARSEXPERIENCE IN
Ureat Britain and America.
Maxila. April 5 Chief J out ice Arel
lano, who adinlnUtereiJ to AgnlnaMo the
oath of allegiarMM to the I'riluxl Hiatee
(Joveroiritiiit, ilmcriM Wlar the coodl
tlona leading up to end attending the
ceremony, which was iwml-private,
Aguinaldo, ttill detained in an ar.art
ment of the Malacanaa TaUce, ami
awaiting order Iran Washington, had
"iwi hlmaelf aa aeiioue to team
more reardln Uie American eyatera of
government, and has aked Chief Jiwtice
Arellano t enlluhten him. The Chief
JuAtlee carefully i plained the tarious
meatures aed by tle riilllpplne Com-
m leal on, and showed him what prorl
loos were made for education and pro
great and for monclpal and provincial
elf government. Listening with deep
Intereet. Aguinaldo finally i plained:
" I never believed the Americans would
be eo fair and liberal." Hefore the con
vemallon had ended, he had agreed to
lake the oatb of allegiance, and thle was
Immediately Administered. 8enor Are
"Aguinaldo 'section will induce ell the
Insurgents to surrender, and 1 predict
that the talauda will be completely
pacified by June. Asulnaldo la eagi-rto
vl.lt the United Mates, but when I
questioned him on the subject of holding
office, he replied that be bad no desires
In that direction and Intended to retire
to private life alter a trip to America."
It la reported here this evening that
iVeaidenl McKinley had Invited Again
aldo to visit the United States, and that
the ei-insurgent leader may sail from
Manila, April 15. General MacArtbor,
ben questioned regarding the rumor,
said he bad absolutely nothing to com
muiikste. CarWr HartiMW rieeteA.
Ciiicaoo, Aprils. Carter II. Harrison
baa been re-elected Mayor of Chicago
lor the second lime, and will next week
commence hie third term a the chiel
executive of the city. HiatoUl plurality
ovrr Judge Klbrldtfe lianecy, republican,
is rotes. The toul vote of Uie
Henecy 128 m
The chief I sue In the campaign has
been the granting of franchisee to the
j street-car companies of the city. These
will all expins soon by limitation, and
the terma of extenaion are lobe settled
during the next two years, Harrison
baa in . former years made a record
against the granting of lojig franchisee,
and he and all of his followers claimed
throughout the campaign that the re
publican nominee was inclined to grant
long time privileges. This the republi
cans denied with great energy, making
their campaign on the flaws they picked
in the record of Mayor Harrison and
saying that Hanecy was no more die-
posed to favor the street-car companies
than is Harrison.
Hanecy was the nominee of Uie Re-'
publican machine, which is dominated
by e-Congresman William Lorimer,
and this fact cost him many rotes in the
rank and file of Uie party who are stoutly
opposed to their party machine and all
of lU works. The democratic- following
of ex Governor Altgnld was against
Vvmw, April 2 Indications are for
the re-election of Mayor 0e rge West,
democrat, over John ftownen, nominee
of the republicans and Urn and Order
Lesgue. The platfurm of the IstUr waa
the suppression of gambling and II.
closing of saloons at midnight and Bun-
day. The vote was much lighter than
anticipated, the good-government '
failing to make the rallv anticloatsd.
The council is still in doubt.
Ha Diaoo, Cal.. April 2. The re-
publicans have elected their entire ticket
lib the exception of eitT treatnrsr.
'rsnk P. Frary. no., lor ma v or. wilt
have MO plurality over bis democratic
So.lall.u Intiwrvl at Sk.korc.a
tiiissoTOAii. Mich.. April 2. The Bo.
cial DemocraU sleeted four of the eight
aldermen here today. The regular dem
ocratic candidates were elected to the
other city offices by the usual majorities.
Cseaty KI.Ua la Wlssaasla,
MitWACggg, Wis.. AdtII 2. Counts
elections were bald throogboot Wiscon
sin todsy, and nearly all the ciliee and
towns elected ticksu. Asa role, oartv
lines were eliminated. Josboa E. Dodge
wa elected to tbe supreme bench with
v la Arkaaa?.
Dmi Rock, Ark., April 2. Monki-
tl elections arara til.t thrnnuhnnt iK
tale today, and ik nearly every case
where party tinea were drawn tbe 'demo
cratic nominees were elected. In Little
Rock. Mayor Lmley, democrat waa re
elected by a large majority.
WHIT DO THE CUllbRLI DBI5EI
lXn'tgIve tiiem tea or coffee. Have
you tried the new food drink called
URAIN-0? It is delicious snd nourish
ing and takes the place of coffee. Tbe
moreGRAIN-0 you give the children
the more health you distribute Uirongh
their systems. (Jrain-0 is made of pure
grains, and when properly prepared
tastes like the choice grades of coffeo but
cosU about M as much. All grocers sell
IU 15c. and 25c. '
It is expected that the police force of
Greater New York will take a band in
tbe prospective mill between Benny
Odell and Tommy Piatt.
Jeb Ceilda't Have Stood It
If he'd had Itching Piles. They're ter
ribly annoyiog; but Buiklen's Arnica
Salve will cure the worst case of piles on
earth. It has cured thousands. For In
juries. Pains or Rodily Kruptioua it's
the lest salve in the world. 'Price 25c
a box. Cure guaranteed. Bold by Geo.
There is some talk of establishing a
creamery In Oregon City, bat as there
are countless creamery grafters abroad
In the land, it is difficult to know the
counterfeit from the genuine.
SICK HEADACHE ABSOLUTELY
AND PERMANENTLY cured by osing
Moki Tea, A pleasant berb diink.
Cures constipation and indigeiton, makes
you eat, sleep, work and bsppr. Sat
isfaction guaranteed or money back. 25
cts. and 50 eta. G. A. Harding, Druggist,
FARMERS HOI-US THEIR MM.
rla (Venty I the Meae ef Aootlirr
The f.rmers in the ylclnity of Salem
are mourning oyer the questionable con
duct of another warehousemen who
seems to have betrayed their confidence.
A. H. Humphreys A Co. have been for
some years conducting a warshoafe on
the river bank in Malem and another
one at Macleay, handling and atoring a
limited amount of grain. For a month
oreoit haa been noised around that
there wa quite a shortage la the
amount which ought to be in the
Humphrey A Co.'s warehouse lo the
credit of severs! prominent farmers, but
the exact facts could not be ascertained
until (Saturday afternoon, when a meet
Ing of tbe creditors was held at the ware
bouse and the full truth was brought
Humphreys acknowledged that he waa
bankrupt and bad bo money or property
except tbe warehouses at Balem and at
Maclnay. These he claimed to be worth,
fOOOO, and be wants to torn them into
the hands of the stock company com
Posed of the men interested, who could,
he asserts, continue the business profit
Tbe creditors who represent tome 10
0C0 bushels of "departed" wheat, de
cline to make any such arrangement, de
claring that tbe war house propeety la
not worth half what be claims for it. bat
tbey Insist that be must make a settle
ment with cash or acceptable security
at once, or they will prosecute biro
ander the criminal law to the fall ex
tent. He baa been allowed ontil Sat
urday of Uiis week to make a setiauctory
IIomphre;a U unable or snwilling to
tell what became of the mooey received
f 7 the wheat, which be baa disposed of
in small quantities at intervals. He is
an old resident, if not a native of Marion
county ard a son of a prominent farmer
of the Waldo Hills.
BBLWERl BOYtOTT DECLARED.
TVftabard and Garabrlait are ander
the Baa of the Labor Cabas.
Two breweries in Portland and one to
Vancouver have a big fight on their
bands. Labor unions in all tbe Pacific
coast cities have been ordered to boy
cott the Weinhard and Gambrinus brew
eries of Portland and the Star brewery
of Vancouver. This bids fair to be one
of the bitterest fights ever waged in tbia
part of the United States between em
ployers of labor and the united laboring
men who are members of organizations.
It bas been charged that tbe brewers
in Portland and Vancouver paid lower
wages thau any other like institutions la
the entire country, betides making their
employee work longer hours. This re
sulted in a recent demand for shorter
hours and better pay. The brewers re
fused to accede to the demand and the.
beet informed persons believe they have
made a mistake. The Federated Tradee
Council of Portland, by a rote of 55 to
13, declared a boycott last Sunday night
that extends to points where tbe beer of
the "onfair" breweries is sold. This
figbt will be of sufficient magnitude to
attract considerable attention.
HEN buying shot Run don't throw away money
by spending l5ito f 500 when for very much
irs yuu mil vuy a
REPEATING SHOT GUN
which will outshoot any other shot gun on the market
no mnllcr whut It costs. The Winchester Repeating
Shot Gun Is now made In " Take Down " style In 12
nnd l6g:uiKc. Itcomhlnrs r.ipldity, reliability and strong
shooting qualities with a price within reach of every
body's pocketbook. For sale by dealers everywhere.
FRHSSmJ sm t4 tJJnu oa poilltrJfor ito-ptft cdttloftu,
WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS C0H NEW HAVEN.'CONX.
At Colorado Bprlnga.
Co LOa a do Sfbinos, April 2. Colo
rado Springs elected the entire republi
can ticket day. by from 1400 to 1800
majority. There were but two tickets in
tbe field, the republican and the demo
cratic. Every member of the city coun
cil elected today la republican. Thia is
the most sweeping republican yictorv
ever achieved in this city. Not exceed
ing five precincts out of a total of 23
have gone democratic, and those pre-
clncts only give light majorities.
At lead rill.
Liadvilli, April 2. The city election
passed off very quietly. There were
only two tickets in the field. Democratic
and reputilican. The principal contest
was on the njayorality. Complete re
turns give McDonald, republican, 203! ;
Jeannotte, democrat, 1001; Curtis, re
publican, for treasurer, 1053; Stead, de
mocrat for treasurer. 1807. The demo
crats elect Lamping and Horrigan for
aiiterman ; the republicans elect Smith.
Recent experiment) ahow that all
classes of foods! msy be completely di
gested by a preparation called Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure, which absolutely di
gests what you eat. As it is the onlv
combination of all the natural dicestanta
ever devised the demand for it has be
come enormous. It bas never tailed to
cure the very worst cases of Indication
ana tt always gives instant relief. 0.
The difference of cost between a
good and a poor baking powder
would not amount for a family's
supply to one dollar a year.
The poor powder would cost
many times this in doctors' bills.
Royal Baking Powder may cost a little
more per can, but it insures perfect,
wholesome food. In fact, it is more
economical in the end, because it goes
furth cr in leavening and never spoils
Royal Baking Powder used always
in making the biscuit and cake saves
both health and money.
You cannot, if you value good health, afford
to use cheap, low-grade, alum baking pow
ders. Phey are apt to spoil the food; they
cloendanger the health. All physicians will
tell you that alum in food is poisonous
OVAL SAKINS POWDCa CO., 1CO WILLIAM MtW VSRR.