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Oil EG ON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1901.
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Attoiinky at Law.
ChiiIIcM Jlldg., Oregon City.
ATTOUNKY AT LAW,
OaaanM City, Oioox.
Will proilr lu all tht oouru ef (lit itatt. 01-
lot, lu C ud' U I'U. Ulnj.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
AiaraACTior raoriKTV rrJasisHSD,
Oftlcs nail W Ore son Oltv Enu rprl a,
CI p. A U.O. LATUUKKT1II.
COUNSELORS AT LAW
MAIM tTRKIT OHKUON CITY, omtOOK.
furnish A bstrsoli nfTllls. Loan Montr. Fora
oloaa Mnrls-,s,aud transact Ueusral
QKO. C. BROWN KM.,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Oregon City. - - 0r,,'"
Will prsctips In all the courts of tha Hate.
Office In Caiillrld building.
0. W. KBHthain 0. B. Pimick.
DIMICK & KASTHAM
Commercial, Ileal Estate and Tro-
bato Law, Specialties.
Abstracts of Title made, Money Louned
Oregon City, Oregon ,
Office over McKlltrirk'sBhoe Btors,
the Hank ol Oregon City.
J W. McANUI.TY
JitHtice of the Feace.
Will aiund to collections and sell real estate.
Oltlca on Main Street,
Over Jackson, Bicycle Shop.opp. Huntley's
W. B. ti'Ron 0. Bohutbal
TJ'KEN A SCHUEBEL
Attorneys at Law. j
Will pradict in all eonria, make collections
and settlements of Ki'atea.
Furnish abstracts of title, lend you money
and lend your money on first morgsge.
Office In Enterprise Building,
Oregon Cliy, Oregon.
ROBERT A. MILLER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Lund TitleMfind Land Office
Will practice in all Courts of the State j
Room 3, Weinhard Bldg.
pp. Court House, Oregon City, Oregon
QEO. T. HOWARD
REAL ESTATRAND INSURANCE
At Red Front, Court House Block
Oregon City, Oregon
Qt A. STUART, M- D.
Ofllce In Willamette IWg.
Or-gon City, Oregon
Oftlca hours: 10a m.to 12 m., 1 U4 p.
and 7 to H p, in.
Special attention paid lo Rheumatism snu
. Call answered day or nl(;bt.
R, FRANCIS FREEMAN,
Graduate of the Northwestern Univer
sity Dental School, Chicago.
Also American Collegeof Dental Surgery,
Willamette Block, Oregon City.
jyn. l. l. ncKENs,
Prices Moderate. All Operations
Barclay Building - - Oregon City, Or.
JJANK OF 0HKQCN CITY,
Oldest BaiMi Bouse U He City.
Paid np Capital, ft0,000.
raasiotaT, - ' cli a. crnat.i.
Tics raaaiDSHT, o. A. aaiiti.
Anisa. - eAvnti.o.
A (eneral banking bnslneaa transacted.
Deposits received subleci to cheek.
Approved bills and notes dlacouutad.
Oountyand city warrants bought.
Loans mvla on available leourlty.
Kiohanee bought and sold.
Co'iieoUuiis uikIs promptly.
iTiftssold aTailaolelnanypart of tha world
Telearaphio eichanges sold on Portland, Baa
franoiaoo.rihloaioand New York,
teraat pal J oa tlma deposits.
ataam Hat and Blasts la lilght.
Ileat Meli In town at (5 i.nli,
LIGHT AND WHITE
Cannot lx made with .an inferior grade flour.
That is why Portland Flouring Mills Flour is almost
univcrrially urn-d whortver it is known. AbIc your
gioecr for it. Made by patent process.
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K n A I Pi Are conducive to colds, which develop into con
J ll II I 11 sumption. It !a foolish and unnecessary to go about K
with wet feet and imperil your health when winter
,.1 I rPPT I shoes and ruhhera
Beautiful Holiday Goods
At nearer cont than was ever
offered before in Oregon City.
Toilet Cases 7.rc to 112.00. Elegant Assortment
of Toilet Preparations, Perfumery, etc.
opposite post orncE
Is selling' at closer
flguros than ever,
These are a few of our
ALL CASES OF
DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING
ARE NOW CURABLE
by our new invention. Only those born deaf are incurable.
HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY.
F. A. VVERMAN, OF BALTIMORE, SAY8 1
Baltimore, Md.. March jo, wot.
Grnttrmrn : - nHn entirely cured or deaf nes. thanks to your treatment, I will now give you
a full historvof mvcaae. lo lie "used at your discretion.
About five veara ago my right ear begau to aiug, and tlita kept on getting worse, until I lost
mv hearing in tliis car entirely. tt ...j. .
I underwent a treatment for catarrh, for three months, without sny success, consulted a num.
her of physicians, anion others. Hie mo.t eminent ear specialist of this city, who told me that
only atiotierntion could help me, and even that only temooranly, that the head noises would
then erase, hut the hearinu in the affected ear would be lost forever.
I then saw vour advertisement accidenially In a New York paper, and ordered your treat
ment. After I had used it onlv a few dnvs according to your directions, the noisesceased. ana
to-dnv after five weeks, mv hearing in the diseased ear has becu entirely restored. I thank you
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RATES - REASONABLE
T OREGON CITY
WuTill Oregon pity's Christmas
atas $1 day and upuiards. 1 N
JACOB CASMKI,, Proprietor, .-ra
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Are conducive to colds, which develop into con
sumption. It ia foolish and unnecessary to go about
with wet feet and imperil your health when winter
shoes and ruhhera are cheap. See KBAISSE
about it. They are the leader and their stock of
winter footwear is large enough and good enough
to phase the most fastidious. Main street, two
doors north of poxtoffice.
are cheap. See HRAIISSE KROS. I k
811k finished Cotton, all colora, 3 for 10c
Side Combs, 3 pair for fie
Celluloid Ureas Combs 7c
Aluminum Hair Pint, p. d 3c
Tooth Hrushcs 3c
Hack Silk Chan tills Lace, per yard 6c
Cream color Silk Lce. M inches wide, per yarcf....23c
Torchon I.ace half cent per yard and upward
Kemnanta of Kmliroidrrira at remnant pria
Hlack Linle Hlaatlc, per yard 2Ae
lllack and colored Merined Waiat, lateat niake..$l.B0
Genuine Hoys' and Girla' heavy rihbcd Bicycle
Hoae, only 18c
Half-wool Ladies' Kibticd Nonshrinkaule Veata
and Pants AHc
Cotton Ladies' Hitibed Vests 20c
Children's Kihlied Underwear, aiiea 16 to 1H 18c
" " " aiiea 20 to 3 23c
I.adlea' line hematltched Handkerchiefs, 6 for 2fic
Men'a Cotton Underwear 2c and up
Men'a Saline and Black Duck Overahirta 40c
Men's Jersey, heavy weiRht Overahirta, all colora Oc
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Messrs. Eli Bbos.: 1'lcaae send me a 60
eent bottle of Cream Balm. I find your
remedy the quickest and most permanent
cure for catarrh and cold in the head.
Dell M. Potter, Gen.Mgr. Ariz. Gold XI. Co.
Messrs. Elt Bbos.: Ihara been afflicted
with oatarrh for twenty years. It made me
so waak I thought I had eonsnmption. I
jmt on bottle of Ely's Cream Balm and in
three days the discharge stopped. It is the
best medicine I have used for catarrh.
Froberta, Cel Fbahk E. KnrDLEami.
Christmas was quietly observed in
tins city. Many people left Tuesday lor
various jiiits lo spend the day with rela
lives and friends. Family parlies were
held in many homes and an air of good
cheer wafted over everyone.
Services were held in 8t. John's Cath
olic Church snd in 8t, Paul's Episcopal
Church Wednesday morning and were
largely attended. The Christmas trees
i in the different churches delighted the
I The only public event was the Second
I Annual Ball In the Armory by McLaugh
lin Cabin, Native Sonsof Oregon. Ever
j est's Orchestra discoursed sweet music
j ami every one of the 20 numbers was en
joe.l. Christmas exercises were held in all
of the city churches on Christmas eve
I Kanta Claus was, active and missed none
of them and the hearts of the little ones
were gladdened with gifts. Brief pro
grains of the exercises at the various
Scripture Reading and invocation
Song, "Holy Nik-tit."
Mrs. Georye C. Brownell and
Mr. Howard Brownell's clau-es.
Exerciees by Primary Department
Recitations and Songs by Intermediate
Reading, "The First Christmas Night,"
(fiom Ben HurJ
Mrs. Oeorge C. Browned.
Recitation and Song by Four Pupils
Recitation, " What I'aine With the Star,"
Mrs. Alien Frost's Class,
Recitation and Song
Miss Grant's Class
Song, "The Open Door for the Children"
Emry Thomas and Arthur Reddaway.
"The Stars and Their Story,"
By Miss Williams and
0. A. Muir'a Classes.
j Vocal Solo." Contique de Noel,"
Mr. E. K. Williams.
Following the program the Christmas
treat was given. The presents were re
moved from the tree and distributed
among the children. In this church the
"Star of the East" ran all through the
-program and had the ruling place in all
of the numbers.
BOARD OF COMMISSIONER.
Regular November Term of the Count?
i R. Morton, Juba Law Ilea and T.
In the matter of the application of
Win Harris for improvement of Oregon
City and Lion Mill road:
It is ordered that William Harris be
be authorized to lay 2&.000 feet of plank
on the Oregon City and Linn Mill road
anu that tie receive $2 per M therefor
when so laid.
In the matter of highwaymen in Mil
waukie and Oawego precincts: ,
It appearing to the board that numer
ous persons have been held up and rob
bed on the public highway in Milwaukee
and Oswegu preclude, and that the said
rubber or robbers have successfully
eluded the officers of the law. It is or
dered that the Bheriff be authorized to
offer a lewatd of $100 for the arrest and
convict. on of the person or persons en
gaged in said robbery.
In the ma'ter of the Moehnke and
Beaton road in Road District No 18:
ll is ordered that Supervisor Daniels
of Road Dietrict, No 18, be and hereby
is authorized to appoint Fred Moehnke
as Deputy Road bupervisor in Said dis
trict, said deputy to supervise the grad
ing of the Moehuke and Beason road in
said district .
In the matter of the application of
William Rider for improvement of Rider
On application of William Rider for
the improvement of Rider Hill, It is or
dered that Clackamas County furnish
2j00 Corduroy, provided the people in
me viciuity of said hill vo.unieer and
lav the same.
In the mailer of the application of J.
11. Honelione for improvement of the
Davis road :
Ou application of J H Honeboiie for
improvement of the Davis road, It is or
deied that Clackamas County furnish
40(10 feet of lumber lor said road, pro
vided the people in the vicinity furnish
an equal amount and lay all.
Iu the matb-r of report of John Heinz,
supervisor of Road District, No 25:
Ii appearing to the Board that ttiis re
port Wat) laid over from the November
ttrm tor the reason I hat said supervisor
bad not complied w ith the ordera of this
board, and now on this date, the Boaid
being fully advised, It is ordered that
said report be allowed in full and. that
the amount of sill report paid out of
Koad r and be taken from the apportion
ment of said district in 19J2.
In the matter of report of W H Conn
sell, supervisor Road District, No 1 :
It appearing lo the Board lia'. this
report was laid over at the November
teim for the reason that said supervisor
had not complied with the orders of this
Board, and now on this date, the Bojrd
being fully advised. It is ordered that
said report be allowed in full and that
the amount of said report paid out of
Road Fund be taken fiorn the apportion
ment of said district in 1002.
In the matter of petition of Elizabeth
Heitkemptr for vacation of part of
Third Avenue, Oak Grove:
Now touies on to be heard the petition
of Elizabeth Heitkemper, praying to the
Board to vacate that part of third Ave
The Christmas entertainment by the
Congregational Sunday School on Xnitb
Eve was highly enjoyed by a large num
ber ot children and parents. The pro
gram was under the management of Mrs.
W. A. White, and was most successfully
carried out in every detail. The song
'Santa Clans Is Coming" by Mrs. Cau
I field's class prepared everybody for the
coming of "Nick."
Never was there a more anxious num
ber of children as his bells were heard in
the distance. Finally bis coming was
realized as two little girls moved back
from the fire place at whhh they were
anxiously looking for Lira. Down the
chimney he came, and, after removing
the fire la the place, greeted everybody
with a happy "Merry Christmas." He
assisted most graciously in distributing
the many gifis for big folks and : little.
The paator's family fared most liberally.
Supt. C. II. Dye extended a Merry Xmas
to all and the exercises closed.
IT. PAULS CHURCH.
At St. Paul's Episcopal church, the
Rev. P. K "Hammond, rector, the Sun
day school Christmas festival com
menced at 7 o'clock. Christmas carols
were sang by the choir and Sunday
j school. A Christmas tree with its many
' lights delighted the children and a box
of candy and other good things sent
them home -happy. An offering was
taken for the child's "comfort cot No.
3," in the Good Samaritan Hospital.
Christmas morning the first service
was held at 8 o'clock and was followed
by the main service of the day at 10:30
at which Bpecial music was rendered by
XMiS SERVICES AT ST. JOHN'S CHURCH.
At St. John's Catholic church Christ
mas morning mass was said in English
st 8 a. in. by the pattor, Rev. A. Hille
brand. The 9 o'clock mass was in Ger
man and high mass commenced at 10:30
o'clock. The services closed with a
solemn benediction in the evening.
Chrietnia trees for the Sunday schools
were also held at the Methodist, Baptist
and Lutheran churches.
nue which lies North of the line Jbet ween
lots 4 and 5 of Tract 94, Oak Grove, as
the same is laid out. And it appearing
t j the Board that a remonstrance to said
petit inn has been tiled with this Board,
It ia therefore ordered that said petition
be laid over until Jan. 3rd, 19u2, at 10
o'clock a. m.
In the nmtter of care and keeping of
Abraham Ystes, a county charge:
It appealing l the L'oar.l for the
mouth of December, 1900, E N Foster
was entitled to ti 00 for the care and
keeping of said county charge and that
no warrant has been drawn therefor, and
it further appearing that said E N Foster
has drawn to 00 on, account of said
county charge for the month of Novem
ber. 1901, and that be was only entitled
to two-tliir.ls of Baid amount, or 4 00,
It is ordered tlmt a warrant be drawn in
lavor of E N Foster for $4 00, and that
Abraham Yates receive no further aid
from Clackamas County.
In the matter ol warrants drawii for
It ia ordeied that the names of ' county i
charges be published each month in con
nect ion with warrants for care and keep
ing of said county charges.
In the matter of the J R Lewie County
It appearing from the petition of A
Hayhurst and the showing made in rela
tion thereto that the true location of the
J R Lewis County Road where it runs
between the Donation Land Claims of C
F Beatie and Jeptha May is in doubt
and that the fencing along this road be
tween these claims is obstructing said
road, and this Board being unable to
make the proper order in relation thereto
without being further informed as to the
facts, It is therefore ordered that the
County Surveyor be and is hereby di
rected to make an examination and a
survey of said J R Lewis road where it
runs between said Donation Land Claims
of C F Beatie snd Jeptha May and to de
termine the township line on the south
boundary of Tp 3 .S, R 2 E, where it runs
between Hection 34, in 1 p 3 b, KZb, and
Section 3 in Tp 4 t5, R 2 E, and to deter-
hot muffins, hot cakes,
made with Royal Baking
Powder may be freely
eaten without fear of
mine the South boundary of the C F
Beatie D L O, and to determine the North
line of tne Jepiha May D L C, and to
map said claims In relation to said
county road and also to mark out on
said map or plat tne line of the travelled
road between these two claims and the
location of the fences on both aides of
said road along these two claims, and to
show the date of the respective surveys
of the township and claim lines in rela
tion to said claims and to bring said re
port or plat or map to this Board before
the next session tiiereof, and it is so or
dered. In the matter of report of Dr. Stuart
on examination of W T Tinsley :
It appearing to the Board that at the
November term thereof 1901, W T Tins
ley presented a petition signed by nn
merou8 citizens of Needy asking the
Board to grant aid to the said W T
Tinsley, and it further appearing that an
order was made directing said Tinsley to
be examined by the County Physician
before any aid be granted, and it further
appearing that said examination has
been made and that said County Physi
cian has submitted a report of saiJ ex
amination in recommending the said
Tinsley to the consideration of this
Bo nl, It is therefore ordered that VW T
Tinsley be allowed the sum of ii per
month from December 1st, 1901.
OREfJOX CITY WINS.
Baski tball and Indoor Baseball Teams
Beat Poi t'and.
Oregon City's Y. M. C. A. teams Were .
victorious in both the basket ball and
indoor baseball games at the Y. M. C. A
gymnasium last Friday night. The bas
ket ball game was called first and re
sulted in a score of 8 to 2 lu favor of the
Oregon City Y. M. C. A. Juniors over
, the Portland Y. M. C A. Juniors. 0:6
gou City made two goals from the field,
counting bix points, and threw two goals
from fouls. The visitors threw two goals
j on fouls by the home team. In the first
Iwo minutes of play Captain Wal er
Mnir had his collar-bone broken. Tiie
feature of the game was Ch rman's ex
ceptional work at guard. He did the
best work of any man on the floor. The
officials were : D. Williams, referee; A.
K. Wilson and P. F eeman, of Portland,
umpires. The line np was:
Oregon City. Portland.
Miiir(capt) .... guard Nelh
Charmau gnard. . . .Stuart (capt)
Wilson center Pu;li
Gantenbein forward Taylor
Cooke forward Kidd
The main event of the evening was the
indoor baseball game between 'the First
Battalion, 0. N. G., team, of Portland,'
and the Oregon City Y. M. C. A. team.
Over 30 spectators were np from Port
land. The game was clean and both the
visitors and the home players showed
sportsmanlike conduct all through the
game. The pitching of Williams was a
noticeable feature. Durie made two
home runp. The score was tied at the
beginning of the fifth inning, when the
home boys took a brace and made the
final score 14 to 8. The teams lined up
as follows :
11 Douglas ....
Y. M. C. A.
. D Williams
. . A Williams
Runs by innings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
First Battalion 0 2 2 2 1 0 18
Y.M.C. A ...3 0 1 2 5 3 -14
Officials, George R ill, of Oregon City,
and Charles Mackie, of Portland.
Soon after the holidays return matches
will be played with the Portlanders.
Physical Director Wilson is endeavoring
to arrange games with the Multnomah
Turn Verein teams. The Y, M. C. A.
indoor baseball team has received a
challenge Irora Battery A., O. A. G.,
team, of Portland.
Of Itencfit to Ion
D, S. Mitchell, Fulford, Md.: "During
a long illness I was troubled with bed
sores, was advised to try DeWitt'e Witch
Hazel Salve and did so with wonderful
results. I was perfectly cured. It is
the best salve on the market." Sure
cure fjr piles, eore9, burns. Beware of
counterfeits. George Harding.