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VOL 30. NO. 17
OKKGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTORKIt' 4, 1901.
HltAI. HSTATKANII INSCRANCK
At B cit I'ronl, Court Home Jllotk
Orrgoii Clljf, Orrgoii
ATTOItNKY AT UW
At'Tor r.rmt rvaauasB,
Oitra Mil 10 Orua CUT Knurl rt
D A 1 C. UTOl'kKni,
CUUNKKIjUKM AT LAW
MAIN tTNKIT OSSOO I'ITT, OklflOH,
fuiulh Atircu olTMl. Um Mima v. For.
! Mcif an I IIIMWI UfHrrtl
KO, 0. lUloWSKM.,
ATTUUNKY AT LAW
Orrgun City, - - Oregon
Will pr artie In til Id rourl of lli ll,
(irtlr In C'autlrlil luilllig.
I l. CAM I'll KI.U
ATTOItNKY AT LAW,
0 ClTV, Osseo.
will .fili-a la alt in Mum al ih iia. 01
ra, la i., o'l'l ta- dl.
V. Kaatbain (. It. Pimhk.)
I1 MICK & KAST11AM
Comiiierrlal, Iteal Katate anil Pro
bate I.nw, Sjx cialtii a.
AUtracta of Title wade, Money leaned
OrrKuit City, Orient
0!tlrovr M'Klltflri n Wine Hiora, nar
111 llmik l OrrKwnl'llr.
Juetico of the Trace.
Will aliand t rll-llom and mII rat male.
nftlre on Main Hrel,
Opp. AlbrldM'e Mai Mark!, UrvgnnCHy.
W. t. D'lia 0. leka.k.l
U'KKN k SCHUKRKL
Altorneyi at Ijiw.
H'lll ra.iliw in ailronn. make collrclloiii
and M-iiianirtila ol Ki'it.
Kum'ah at-trari i( liti. M-nl foil money
and Wnil your tnonry on ttrl morgana.
Offlco In Enterprise Dulldlng,
lOBEUT A- MILLER
ATTORNKY AT LAW
Letnit Tltlentinit Und Office
Will practice In all CoucU of the State
Room 3. Weinhard Hh!l
opp. Court lloiie, Orrgon Cilv, Oregon
Q A. STUAUT, M-1).
Ontreln Wiliinrlie ftldg.
Olllee houra: JO a m.to 12 m., I to 4 P. '
and 7 1 " P- "
"kcI.I attention Pld 1 ltlieimaUm anu j
Call anrd dy or night.
R, FRANCIS FKK.KMAN,
Graduate of the Northwentein Unlver-
aiiv Denial Hcluxd, Chicago.
Also American Collegeof IVntal burgerf,
Willamette Block, O.egon City.
J)K. L. L PICKENS,
Prices Moderate. All Operations
Ilurelny Ilullding Oreuon City, Or.
JAMK OF 0KK00N CITT,
Oldest BattatW House U Cll'
raid up Capital. .
. . e'ao. a. SAai'iee,
a. a cai'Milu
A lotinralbanklni biiln tranaoiaa.
Uepiwll reoelveif ub)ooi to olieok.
Atrova bill aii'l nle dUoouiiled.
Couulj iinl city wrrnu bouehl.
Loan raid on available iuurttj.
KinhaiiRf bouihlaua oui
Oollnatloiii maila promptly. .....
Hr .It wild avallanl In "T.Prtu ' ," ,w"r'
rl0Kriihla eioUan! told on Portlaud. au
rruolio.)hloi oand New York,
QletaitpaU oq I (in dapnalt.
rpiIR COHMItHOIAL BANK
Of ORR00N CITY.
TA1UA0TA OKKSnAtBAHSlKO itIIN.
Iam mad. Bill dUeounted. Make eol
leottnn. HnndolUxnhangeon allpotnta
In the United State, Kiiropa ami Hong koii.
Depoilt reaelved ub)6it to check. Hu
open Irom a. m. to 4 e. u.
D. 0. LATOURITTK, Prldent.
f. ). MKYKR Caihter.
im Heat and Utrl bight.-
Mania In m Ift aanla.
We supply any ItMk used In tho kcIiociIn of Clack
man County mid kI'ow tho Highest Price in
KXCIIANdh unl will vo you money. To pur
chaser of School Hooks wo give tablet, jKMiciU
and ruler. ,
CHARIViAN & CO.
City Drug Store.
lltMrl' diriaritta mi lira Hh fej
lilmI. 91 im u unljr tV.
WHAT DO YOU WANT?
That l'tx-iiI on your knowli
oMatm-d from t no mo ol c(mk!
haviUHiI Porllanu Flouring Mills r lour unhciutt
iKly i-rotiounce it tho b t, l-cauco it i made by patent
trurt'ed from oM wheal. 'It inakeu the only good bread.
Hold by all grocerd.
k We carry the largrtt atKk Cak-
SS eta, Com in and Llmnge in Clack
Wa are the onlv undrrtakrra lo
Clarkainaa county owulng a
ht are and will furnUh It for lree
B than can be bad rlKwhcre.
We arc under email eirnae and
K do not ak large profit.
k Call pTOtnjHly attended night or
Thou 4Td and SOB.
4 On Seventh Stroot.
School Books, Tablets,
School Supplies of all Kinds.
orrosiTE post orncE
During' tho month of September in-order to make
room for Fall Stock wo will greatly rcduco prices
on all Stoves ami Ranges, (Jranite and Tin Ware.
WILSON & COOKE
Wo are prepared to exocute first-clsss Printing' promptly at the
lowest prices consistent with skillful and Intelligent execution.
Your Work Solicited.
The Onlv Pint-CIsM
lloU-f in town.
-Rata $1 a day and upuiarda.
.Ml Oil L'ASSM., rrpritr.
F" I '
Oregon City, Ore.
W you mnntjun irrcrip(lon
nil mniiij rtxriiia).
- do of flour
arid the red una
a 1 a
R. L. HOLMAN
Two Doors Scot, of Court Ecme. jli
Must have money and has to make a
sacrifice salo. Everything reduced
from l-r to 40 cents on the dollar.
and be Convinced,-
W. Oregonian $2.
Sheriff Cook JMxjiosfH of Land
For Non Taj nient of Tixch.
Mllll OF IT (.OKI FOR A ftOIU
Mt or U'f 1'rourrf, Wlib 'be Amount
It H'd For, and tbe Jame if
the Ard Pi-ptee.
Below ia given list of delinquent tax
proprity delir.unent fur 1897, and told
at public a ml ion by tU county
The nme of I La perron to whom ae
eeaatd, a description ol the proirty, the
amount ae-d against it, to whom sold
ami tlit amount al(l, are appended :
C. II. Caofk-ld and CUrn.ce Kimpeon,
49 arree In a i of X of see 10, l 5 a,
r 3 . AaM-d at 12 07, and sld to
John Tliomaa lor $3 50.
T.. (i. rauHDM, aMlgnee. ton i to . in-
SrWTV-t-TrtlltMtJta ? and 4. blk 30,
Fair mount Central Addition to Oregon
City. "Ajeeeeed at $8 40, and fold to E.
G. Caufield for$l.
E. E. Caraood. 7 8 arree In b'k 2,
Clackamas Itiveraide. Aaecaaed at $6 18
and sold to O. E llargreaves for $4 50.
E. Cbarteon. ICO acres in a.V of ne4.
d u ot u. ec ie, 1 2 , r . a.
seesed st 7 40, and sold to J H. Thorn p
son for (5.
M. L. Chamberlain, lot 1 to 13. Inclus
ive, blk 07 and lots 30 snd 40, blk 00,
Mintborn addition to city of Portland,
Aveeeeed at $30 44. and sold to J. A. Dow
tang for $3.
Annie Cbritnsen, lots 7 snd 8, blk 5,
Plessant Ut'le Homes, No. 3 Aeeeeeed
at $13 87. and sold to P. U. Marlay for
C. W. Cla ke, 40 acres in neU of ne,',
ec 2S, 1 1 e, t 3 e. Asrexeed at $4 75,snd
told to Auiie M Draper tor $5.
WillClaik. loia 27 to 42, Inclusive, blk
H5, Mli.thoiu. AsM-seedat $29.78, aid j
sol J to G E llaigreavea for $5.
Heirs i f Jasper Clift, 10?4' scree in sec
10, t a, r 1 e. Aeeied at $5.62, and sold
to A. Knapp for $11.
M. M. Coh man, 36 seres In tee 10, 1 3
, r 1 e. AstK-sred at $13.51, sud aold to
C. E Nh lor $6.
Coiigri'gxlional iburch, lots 7 and 8,
blk 15, O. I. A 8. Co.'s firi-t sddition to
0-wt'go. Asesed at $12 64, and sold to
C. E. Nash for $1.-
B. B. Cook, lots 6 lo 43. inclusive, blk
0; lots 2 to 0, inclusive, blk 93; blks 10
snd 19, Minthorn. Accessed at $2862,
and sold to J. A. Dowlang for $11.
Hoi see M Cook, 10 acres in sec 84, 1 3
s, r 1 e. Aseetsed at $15.41, snd sold to
W. P. H ley for $0 50.
Robert Capball, lots 8 and 9. blk 36,
3outh Oswego. Assessed at $11.14, and
sold to P. H. Msrlsy for $1 50.
William Corcoran, 'X ' B0C 2"2.
t 2 s, r 7 e Assessed at $13.65, and sold
to F. J. U'Ren for $20.
Charles Cotta, w of sec 18, 1 2 s, r 7
e. Assessed at $7.20, and sold toC. E.
Nash for $22.
H . E. Cross. 225 acres In sees 29, 30, 31
and 32, t 2 s, r 3 e. Assessed at $160.04,
sold and to H. E. Cross for $-r0.
D. Crowley, 54.18 screa in Aikin-
a at.to n .. I -.1 I a . I
son. AsseKseil at Jjo.css, anu soiu 10 .
E.Nash tor $11.
Canfleld, Simpson and Burney, 7.92
acres in sec 1, t 3 s, r 8 e. Assessed at
$16 56, and sold to U. E. Hurgreavea for
Helen M. Doney, sw. of ne4', and
nw4' of ne) of seo 25, 1 2 s, r 6 e. As
sessed at $12.49, and aold to P, II. Mar
ley for $23.
Daniel Dorchester, lots 1 to 12. inclu
sive, and 31 to 40, Inclusive, blk 83; lots
14 to 36, Inclusive, blk 84 ; lota 24 to 29,
Inclusive, blk 80. Minthorn. Assessed
at $70.95, and sold to P. H. Marlay for
II. R. Duniway Lumber Company, lots
16 to 17, blk 42, Minthorn. Assessed at
(!) 01, and sold to T. J. Andiron for $2.
Annie Drsper, Iota 5 and 0. In vt 32,
I3e,r2. Am-m1 at!3 74, and told
to P. If . Marlay for M.
R. L. Durham, let 9, h!k 13, Windsor.
Anat-iMid at 115.87, and told to I'. II.
Maria; for 3 50.
Annie Draper, 'A 6, In tec 14, 1 3 , r
1 e. AnwtM-d at f 11.15, and told to P.
II. Marlay for f t 60.
Annie Draper, l4 1, aec 4, 1 2 a, r 2e.
Aeed at 110.43, and aold to P. II.
Marlay for $1.50.
Annie Draper. 6 70 acre in William
Hland'a d I c, lot 5, ec 20, 1 2 , r 1 e.
Aaeed at 115.00, and told to P. H.
Marlay for 60 rrntt.
.J. W. Dajr, part of Wka 10,11.12
nd 10, flrot addition to Canemah ; lot 5,
blk 1. part of A. 7. Hedk-ea' d I f. Aa-
eaMd at $103.30, and aold lo P. II. Mar
lay foi $31.
Ka A Eaton, eec 3, 1 1 a, r 5 e.
AweMed at $22 CO, and aold to P. II.
Marlay for $S1.
J. It. Kdaard. lot 4, blk 1, Darnall'a
addition to Oreiron City. Auead at
$20 15, and aold lo C. E. Null for $7.
J. Y. Edward, lota 11 and 12, blk 80,
Minlhorn. Aaseaaed at $4.80, and told
to C. II. Johnaon for $2
Alfred M. Ehlund. 122 lota adjoining
Gladatone Park. AenKted at $0.08; and
old to P. H. Max la j lor 50 teot. :
J. W. Envlii-h, art of blki 2, 5 and ,
Pleasant Little Home, So. 3. Aesseeeed
at $5 10, and o!d to P. 11. Marlay for
E, F. Eeplg, w X of sec 16. t 7 s, r 3 e.
Aeeeaeed st 32..t3. and sold to C. E.
NVh for $20.
O. B. Fete, lot. 0 and 10. blk 5, Pleas
ant Litile llomri, No. 3. Aeesed at
$8.03, and sold to P. U. Marlay for
M-ty E. 5veret1loU3ato41, inclu
sive, Pleaeant Little Homes, No. 1. As
sessed at $35.04. and sold to P. II. Mar
lay for $3.
J. E. taon, nelfof swt, ec36, 15
B, r 2 e. Ar-eesM-d st t-X9, and sold to
L. Johnson for $4.50.
A. B. Falknun, w!4' of nwj4', sec 36,
t 2 s, r 4 e. Aeoeem) at $3.69. snd told
to C. E. Nash for $3 60.
8. Farrar, pans of blks SO, 34, and
J streets ss vacated in county court
Minthorn. Assessed at $69.11, and sold
to P. II. Marlay for $5.
James Fosier, s)4 ol X ' l4 e 20
t3s, r2e. Assessed at $810, and sold
to T. F. Ryan for $11.
A. A. Frsnklin, truste, 5 acre i in B.
B. Roger's d 1 c, t 2 s, r 2 e. Asteeued
at $7.35, and told to P. H. Marlay for
John Fletcher, w 4' sec 20, t 2 s, r 7 e.
Assessed at $37.61, and sold to P. II.
Marlay for $6.
P. Gabriel, nw4 of sec 36, t 4 a. r 6 e.
Assessed at $7 86, and sold to J. U.
Thompson for $4.50.
M. O. and Caroline Gsrd, 2 acres in
Era Fisher's d 1 c, t 2 s, r 2 e. Assessed
at $18.84. and sold lo F. J. U'Ren tor
(Continued on psge 8.)
. TO NIAGARA.
Mm. William Galloway Writes
of her trip to the Falls.
50 (JKAXDER Till THE CASCADES.
Mi Buffjh fur Cbr race Satorda; Mora
ine; and Will Sooa' Retard to
Receiver William Galloay, of thff
United Statea Land OfTiee, baa received
tbe following letter from hi wife, a bo
la traveling in the eaat with Miaa Zilpha
Galloway for the benefit of the letter's
healih. 8he describes trip from
I'ufTalolo Niagara Kalli and return:
Birru), N. Y. Sept. 28, 1101.
Well, we have eeen Niagara Fall and
bave retorned to oar roocue eain, very
lired. We took tbe 9 o'clock boat, which
Showing the business .
district and the buf pen
sion bridge spanning the
Willamette which winds
its way slowly toward
broojibt a in about an hour to
Slater's Point, on the Canadian aid
above the Upper Rapids. We were then
transferred to the trolley, which akirta
the Canadian side to Q ieenstown, where
we rroi-sed the river and took the trolley
again which rone op tbe gore, near the
water'a edge U Niagara Falls. We
stopped at Dufferin's Island and also
saw Gen. Brock's monument on Queens
ton Heights before crossing over to the
American side. Ttie ride to Qneenstoo
by trolley is made on the high blutls
overlooking the rapids, but on the
American side tbe trolley runs all tbe
way up tbe gorge near the water's edge.
It is a beautiful trip but the rapids are
no more imposing than thoe of the
Colombia. At Niagara Falls proper,
we took tbe incline railway and went
lo the foot of the bluff here we boarded
the little steamer "Maid of the MUt"
which took us right up to the toot ol both
tails, the mist falling on ns like rain.
We had been provided with oiled suits
in the cabin before we went on deck.
Our little boat rocked in tbe billons like
a cradle. Oa reaching the surface agaiu
we took a reset vstion carriage and were
driven through the park, across to, aud
all around Uoat Island to the Three
Sisters Island, where we got oat and
went all over them. The carriage took
n a hark whre are started irom and we
took the first car lor Buffalo, reaching
here about six o'clock. It is about 20
miles by trolley. We could get off any
where we wished along the w.iy, look
around as long as we liked and take the
car agnio without further charge. Lew
iston is on the American side opposite
We shall go to the Exposition again
tomorrow, principally ti see if we have
letters Irom home. We hope to leuve
here Saturday morning, reaching
Chicago Sunday morning and Weetfield
We are tired ot sight seeing and will
be glad to travel westward again.
What Shall We Have Far DesseitJ
This question arises in the family ev
ery day. Let us answer it to day. Try
Jell-0, a delicious snd healthful dessert.
Prepared in two minutes, No bulling 1
no baking! simply add boiling water snd
set to cool. Flavors: Lemon, Orango'
Raspberry and Strawberry. Get a pack
age at your grocers to-day. : 10 cts.
' Tot Cause Nlgut Alarm.
"One night my brother's baby was
taken with Croup," writes Mrs. J. C.
Snider, of Crittenden, Ky., it seemed
it would strangle before we could gt a
doctor, so we gave it Dr. King's New
Discovery, w hich gave quick relief and
permanently cured it. We always keep
it In the bonse to protect our children
from Croup and Whooping Cough. It
cured me of a chronic bronchial trouble
that no other remedy would relieve."
Infallible for Coughs. Colds, Throat and
Lung Troubles. 60c and $1.00, Trial
bottles free at Geo. A. Harding's.