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OKKGON CITY, OREGON, FKIDAY, JANUARY 3, 19j2.
ArronNrjY at Law,
I CuiifloM UI.Ik., Oregon City.
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I J ATTORNEY AT LAW,
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ATTORNEY AT LAW
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j Cui NSKI.OUH AT LAW
VrHKIlT OHKOON CITY, AKKOON.
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I ATTORNEY AT LAW
,n('lty. - - Oregon
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iiitiierciiil, Ileal Ketato mid Pro
bate I.uw, BfciultifB.
kiruct of Title made, Money leaned
1 M. l tKSHKB,
a over Mi Klttrli k'l Hhoe Htora, near
tha llsnk ol Oregon City.
Qkkuuh ClTt, Oitauoii.
Juntice of the Peace.
I nlinid toK)llei:liiinainl sell realestate.
1 oniceou Main Hircet,
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iU'REN it SCHUEBKIi
I Attorneys at Law.
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I pracilr in all I'niiris, make cullectiolil
...f ..ill. ..f l'aBlB
f i.tsh atilrsris of title, lend yim nniney
! Il lend your nioiiry on llrst inor((i;.
j flee In Enterprise Building,
; Orrgoti Cliy, Oregon.
I -OttKUT A. MILLER
j ATTORNEY AT LAW
I Ind Title Mnl Lnntl Office
; ! tliiHlnennn Hpeciulty
P ill practice in all Courts of the State j
I I Room J, We in hard IUdg.
i . Court House, Oregon City, Oregon
( i:0. T. HOWARD
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i i NOTARY PUI1L1C
Red Pront, Court Mouse Illock
I Oregon City, Oregon '
( A. STUART, M- D.
Ottii-e ill Willamette llldg.
j Or-'unn City, Oregon
' re hours; 10 a ni. in 12 m., 1 to 4 p, in.
1 and 7 M p, to.
rial attention paid to Kheuniathm aim
f Call answered day at nlht.
R, FRANCIS FREEMAN,
I DENTIST x
ruinate of the North wei-tern Univer-j
sitv Dental School, Chicago. ,
o American t'ollegeof Jtental Hurgery, !
Willamette Illock, O.egon City.
jR.L.L. PICKENS, .
Prices Moderate. Ail Operations
,n:lay building t Oieifoii City, Or.
, I NK OK OKEUCK CITT,
: tiiijst Banking Douse U lie CKj.
. Pali) up Capital, I'sO.OUO.
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.ISNT. 8KO. A. HARIMKH,
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SanklnK t-n.lnoss trniiKarted.
w tcisv. Mhu v to chera .
"vft hllU and nott-t dlHnriuntid.
'I and rliy warrsnia boueht.
. m-i'lv on vallit"li' leuurily.
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j 'X.otir made promptly,
tamil-t ivallanli: 111 anr part of the world
uraphle aichanaiw aollon Portland, tan
s ifKf.r ':iiicB,Tand New York.
.!ct pal J on lima depoalta.
- Steam ftaat and Blaetile Light..
Meat H.iili In town lit Kit i-rnU.
LIGHT AND WHITE
Cannot lo mudo with an inferior grado flour.
Tliat in why Portland Flouring Mills Flour is almost
universally uml wherever it in known. Ask your
grocer for it. Made ly patent process.
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K H n I n Are conducive to colli, which develop into con-
W l II I II sumption. It 1 foolish nnl unnecessary logo about
with wet feet ml imperil your health when winter
C? CCCT shoes and rubbers are cheap, .See HBAl'SSE BROS.
j r r r I about it. Tliey are the Icidrrs and their Mock of J
..... 'i"tcr footwear in lurge enough and good enough
K iiti-tii'iin tn please tlie most fastidious. Main street, two j
a? do,rs north of tM.stoflice. 5
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Break Up That Cold
Wjith (iuiniritj Laxative Tablets.
3STO 13 BLEAK 3S3 O 3? .AY
SECOND ANNUAL SALE
The pair Store
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. WERMAN, OF BALTIMORE, SAYS!
Baltimorr, Mil.. Mnrch jo, loot.
Crnlltmn : IHiiu entirely cnreil of Hrnfnesa. thanks to your treatment, I will now give you
a full hilorv of my case, to ttc iisrd at your discretion.
About five ymr ino my light ear Ixgnu to sing, and this kept on getting worae, until I knt
niy iH'ni niK in thin ear cntii rly.
I tiinlcrwent a trraimrnt lir cotiirrh. for three month, without any nuccena, conmilteri1 a num
ber of phynu-iauii. aiuouir otlicrH, the iuo-.l ciuinrnt rar niiecialint of ihia city, who told me thiu
only an onernliiui couM help me. nmt even tlist only tvmiwrnrily, that the licait uoiaea would
theii c!ie, hut the luarinu in the alTrrted enr would be' lost forever.
I then ,h votir ntlvfrtiserm-nt accitlnrully in a New York paper, and ordered your treat
ment. After X lind urd it only a few ,l:ty nccordiiiR to your dirrctiona. the noises censed, and
to-dnv. niter five week, my hearing in the diiraKtd car haa been entirely restored. I thank you
heartily and beg to remain Very truly voura.
V. A. WHRMAN. 7308. Broadway, Baltimore, Md.
Our treatment doen nut interfere with your usual occupation.
":fc"4 YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME 'laSSr.lMl
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tonei1 and IxfliU,
Freight ami purcel ilfJivetei)
to all jiartH of the city.
RATES - REASON A CLE
The Only Firet-Cla
Hotel in town.
-Rata $1 day and tipuiarda.
JAtoll VAHhKV, Proprietor.
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ap.iiuot NaoiU Catarih awd Uny l ever.
TEASEL liUKKS IN
. Steel l'viiif Will Not (Jive I lie
"Nap" to Fine Fabrics.
OIK SOIL ADtPTKlllO ITS f.ROWfH
Orefou Variety Smaller Tb in Eastern,
Itut This U Couut-rai'trd Ily
I Superior Qatlty.
Keiretary Lamlwraon, of the State
rjoard of Agriculture hal furnished the
Portland German Consul larl von
Wintzingerode with the rminea of 8. E,
.Gregory, of Oarua and George H. Greg'
orv. Jr.. of Molalla. at the reotieat of
: cloth manufacturers in Uermany. The
.Gregmy brothers are the only teasel
grower in Oregon, since the retirement
'of the late A. J. Sawtell, and their prod
uct has acquired a wide reputation.
Mr. Saw ell was the pioneer in this in
dustry, and lound from his ai timl ex
tviience that teasels can he raised at i
profit-in Oregon. The soil seems to be
t, production of
; teasels. The qualities which go to make
J the teasel valuable are extreme lough
r. nea and elasticity, consequently a moist
climate is essential, and it is found that
J the teasel, when grown in an extremely
j 'dry year, is not of ai good quality as
I when grown in damp seuson. The
J j Portland Telegram, of recent date, siys:
r. j It appeals that there is a ready and
jr 'strong demand for teasel burrs in Europe
land that the supply
'The burrs are used in
is quite limited.
of woolen goods to produce what ia known
'as the "nap," a slight roughening of the
! fibers, giving to the goods the fuzzy ap
pearance so prized in woolen fabrics
To produce this slight roughening, there
has been nothing found yet so well
'adapted to the purpose as the tea-el
point. Efforts bare been made to man
ufacture steel points which would dis
place the tearel, and while for the coarser
grades of g Kxls a ateel point Is now nsed,
yet for all the finer fabrics the teasel
oint has not been displaced. The tea
sel headi are fastened to cylinders, and
then over the rapidly revolving cylinders
the woolen goods are passed The tip
of the teasel point is allowtd Merely to
touch the goods, and thus is produced
; the roughened appearance. It is found
' that the point of steel cannot be made
perfectly smooth, while the teasel point,
even under the highest magnifying glass,
is entirely smooth. If a fine cambric
needle is examined under the micro
scope, it will be found rough and jigged
111 comparison wiUi the teasel point.
The mat ket for teasels seems at the
present tune to be a permanent one.
Many tons are imported yearly by Eng
land and Germany, and used in the
manufacture of the finer grades of woolen
cloth. American manufacturers are us
ing large quantities of steel points, but
only in the manufacture of the coarser
About the only two varieties of tearels
grown are the Oregon and the New
York. Of these the Oregon variety is
the smaller, but its deficiency in size is
counteracted by its superiority in qual
ity. . Some jeais eno the market de
manded a large teasel, but at present
the small burr is as acceptable and even
preferable. Larger prices are being paid
for teasels 1 inches in length than for
those measuring 2 inches or more.
According to the opinion of expert',
the soil upon wliich teasels thrive best
should be a heavy clay or clay loam, and
well drained. The more thorough the
preparation the better. Teasels are
s iid to do best when following a crop of
corn or beans, rather than a grass crop.
The effort is made to give the ground
clean intensive culture the season pre
vious to growing teasels, so that all
! weeds may be destroyed. The teasel is
j a biennial, and occupies the land for two
H' aeons. The first season the plants at
j titin a growth of from 15 to 18 inches,
I but during the Winter they ling the
' irritnni? 1.iki1v anil it ia imnftttiint that
0 ; they cover with snow or they may win
....J ter-klll. From the middle of July to 'lie
Cunt of August the second year is the
; harvest season. Like tobat-itof the hurra
are dried nr cured.
The price seen red for teasels, dt'peed
in, of coure, upon the demand, is
usually about 10 cents per pound The
(art thai direct inquiries bavo come here
from distant Germany denotes that
there is a strong demand for the burr,
and it seems not improbable that an in
diirtry ot no little importance can be es
tat Hidied here. Mr. Lamberson has a
" " ! In full of teasel burrs on exliihilioii in
' ' I tiip rooms of the State Hoard of llorti
...aumi. ii. u. culture. The plant is H'tle known here,
u are armed j except-to those who have had occasion
to handle it.
IIOAKI) OK COimsSIOMERH.
Kfgubir .Wember Ttrm f the L'ltintt
Morton, John l.airallen and T.
In the matter of petition for incorpo
ration of Milwaukie.
Now comes on to be beard petition
signed by' 44 residents of Milw.iukie,
asking the board to incorporate as a
municipal corporation under the pro
visions of the ueneral laws of the htate
of Oregon, part ol the lJonation Land
Claim of Lot Wbitcomb, William Meex,
Hector Campbell, Daniel Halhway and
Joseph Kelloirg in Towiuhip one south,
range one and two east.
And it appearing to the Board hat a
remonstrance against said petition has
been filed with this Board. It is there
fore ordered that said petition be laid
over until January 3rd, l'.K).', at 10
In the matter of application of JJ
Mallatt for culvert lumber.
It is ordered that J J Mallatt be
allowed lumber for building culvetts on
the Clarks road.
In l tie matter of the petition of OS
Pldlps and wife.
Now comes W ll Mattoon and pre
sent to the Board a petition signed by
13 tit z -ns of his neighborhood asking
the hoard to grant assistance to Mr and
Mrs Pliilps, and the board being fully
advised, It is ordered that O 8 Philps,
and wife have aid in the sum of (5 Per
month from November 1, 1'JOl and that
warrant be drawn in favor of W H
In the matter of improvement of the
Barlow and Cascade rod:
On application If' E Snorkle, It is
ordered that Claekamas county furnish
2iJ0 cmduroy for the Barluw and Cae
C ide road.
In the matter of the petition of
Stephen K I) llungate, to declate the
Moiulla Itiver a public highway:
Now comes on to be heart the petition
of Stephen A U liungat, khoainat to
the Board that on the-ldayof Dvcem
ter, 1901, he filed with the cleik of
Clackamas county, his written declara
tion fr the exclusive riyh', to regulate,
mansite and control the dialing, trans
portation and booming of logs, lumber,
timber and wo-wl uton the Molalla,
river, and such tributaries hereto as is
hereaftei set (orlh, together with the
field notes, map and eeriitL-ate of the
surveyor as require,!, and he Was en
titled so to do by the Ac. of I he Legisla
tive ol 1901, known mh Senate Bill No.
56. snd on pae 200 of said session laws
And asking the Board to issue and
make an order declaring said stream and
the tributaries thereto as herein set
forth, not to be navigable lor coiumer
ciai purioses, and to declaie the same to
lie a puhhc htghwav for the floating and
transportation of saw logs, piling, lumber
and wood and leasing to petitioner for
i'5 years or such time as the Board may
deem proper, the absolute right to con
trol of said Molalla river and its tribu
taries within the boundaries set lortb in
.'Sow on motion of J W Draper, :t la
ordered that this matter be laid over
until the January term, 1902..
in Hie matter ol communication ot W
tl Pope lor imp ovement ol County road :
It is ordered that ilna matter be left to
Coiniiiif Bioiier J K Morton lor consider
ation. In the matter of application of P H
Marlay for returu of tax redemption
Wow comes r 11 Marlay and hows to
the Board that ou October 19th, 1901, he
redeemed Biocks A and B, Clackamas
Fiuit Land for the year 1898, as show n
hy ihe Sales Book lor said year, paying
tberelor the sum of $7.22; that upon in
vest igation be has found said blocks
weie duublv asseseed for said year and
lhal the tixes on one assessment have
bet n paid, And the Board being fully
advised it is ordered that P H Marlay
have a rebate in the sum of 17.22 and
that t tie Cleik draw warrant for same.
In the mailer of application ol L Uur-
ling?r (ot return of money paid for tax
It is ordered that the matter be laid
oyer until the January Term, 1902.
In the matter of reports of onicers for
month of Nov. 1901 :
The otlicers having made their reports
and the Board having examined their
books, and being fully advised, It is or
dered that the same be and berebv is iu
all respects approved and accepted; said
reiorts show collections as follows, to-
County Clerk 1374 35
County Recorder ... 223 05
In I tie matter of County Clerk s state
ment of scalps delivered during ihe
month of November, 1901 :
This matter coming on upon Clerk s
report of scal8 turned in and warrants
issued and the Board being fully advised.
It is ordered that the eioie, be and
hereby is in all respects approved.
In the matter of assessment of north
east quarter of section eight, towtishio
five south, range three east:
Now tit this time comes on to be heard
the above ma'ter and it appearing that
said land was sold to the State L.ind
Board on July 2lt, 1900, and therefore
was not asse-fu ble and that the same
was assessed to J Gorhett and is advei-1
tised for sale for delinquent taxes, li is.
ordered ihat -aid ptOertv be not sol I !
by the Shei.lfon Oeieuila-r 14th, UOl.j
as per advertisement for li.H) tax. i
In the in itter of changes of alluwann 9
ol Comity charges;
It is ordered Ui a M e allowance of Mrs ,
Wilhnit lie changed fioin 12 lo$l ; .ilrs'
Trieihltr from $1 to fl2; I'.i" further!
ordered Ih it Aoiand.i Wihux, Ahnih tin '
! V V. v f f
Makes the focd more delicious end whe
In the matter of petition of It Da
Shszer to vacate Maple avenue, CH'-ka-mas
Now comes on to be beatd the petition
of K DeShazor et al praying the Board to
vacate that part of Maple Avenue, Clack
amas River aide, as the same is platted
and of record in ihe oflice of the County
Reconler of Clai-ksmas County, And it
further appearing to the Board that a re
rnonstrar'ce against said petition has
been filed witii the Board, It is therefore
ordered that said petition he laid over
until Jannary 4;li, 1902, at 10 o'clock.
In Ihe matter of Ja. Adkins, super
visor Road District No 17:
It appearing to the Board that this re
port was latd over at Ihe November term
for the reason that said supervisor had
not complied with the order of the
Board, and now on this date, the. Board
being fully ail vised, It is ori'ered that
said report lie a'lowed in full and that
the amount of said report paid out of
road fund l-e taken from the apportionl
I ment of said dii-t'ict in 1902.
In tlie matter ol Ihe new budge near
Caiiby and Barlow:
It is ordered that said bridge bet in
sured for t-5000 in the Springfield Fire
and Marine Iimt-utice Company of
In the matter vf petition of Edward
Wright for aid :
Now c mes Edward Wright and sub
mits a written statement, showing 'o the
Board that through accident and divers
misfortunes he U lelt destitute and with
out any means of earning a living during
the winter, and the Board being full v
advised. It is ordered, that Edward
Wright he allowed 8 per month from
the 1st d.iy of Deeember, 1991, ontil the
1st day of May, 1902.
In 1 lie matter of repairing (be Beaver
Creek and Highland roid :
It appearing to the Board that said
roud is worn on' and in a dangerous con
dition, It is ordered that Com uissiouer
John Leweilen he and is hereby author
ized to let contracts for lumber and have
said roa l repaired as soon as prai ticahle.
In the ma'ti r ol petition of T (J Rid
ings, et al, for Conn.) Road :
In the matter of the eti!ion filed by
T 0 Ridings and mure than twelve hon-ie-hulde
s of the county l'uiug in tlie vicin
ity of the. road ih scribed in the petition,
and praying viewers to be appointed to
view a. d locate a county road in (Jl.icka
mas County, Oregon, described in full a
Beginning at a point where the "No
land Mill and Uitbble Prairie Iioud"
crorses lite North line of Section 20, in
Tp 5 e, K 1 E, io said county, thence
ruuniiig Sou:h 8J roils; iheiice Weet to
intersect the center line of said road ;
aud tu vacate all pteeut travelled roads
between -aid terminal points except ti e
road running East and West on the
Not th side of said Section 20.
Said peti iouer tiled his alhMavit of no
tices posted respecting said road, show
ing that there had been posted, one on
the Court hou-e rmlletin hoard, and three
in three of the most public places ui vic
inity of proposed road, more tbau 3d
days piior to the presentation of this peti
tion. He also till d liond for One Hun
dred Dollars conditioned according to
The Board being fully advi.-eJ, It is
ordered that W H Engle, A Myers and
W A Shaver be and are hereby appointed
viewers to meet al the beginning ou the
23d day of lecember, 1901, and to sub
scribe to a written oath of ollice adminis
tered by E P Rands. County Surveyor,
be being appointed by Ihe Board to sur
vey sai l road, before proceeding to view
and locate said road and repot t iu w ic
ing at the next regular term of this
In tlie matter of repairs ol the Uoss
Tins matter now coining on to be
heard, on presentation of report ul W J
Culver, Koad Master for Marion County,
O.i gin, showing Hut Ala. ion Coll u y h is
t-xpeuded $321.00 in repaiiing wiut is
known as Ko-s Bridge over Butte Creek,
and preseuUiig to this Board a bid lor
$100 50 as Clackamas County's share of
said repairs, uud il appearing lo the
Board that eaid bridge ia a jiiut brulj
with Marion County and lhl Clackamas
County ia liable for one half of rani ex
penses. It is ordered that a warrant be
drawn iu favor id Muioii County lor
$100.50 to pay for one-half of said iui
piovements. In the matter of petition o! W W Irvin
tor rebate of taxes:
Now comes on to be heard the pet it ton
of W W Iivtii, showing lo the Board that
lor ttte )ear 1900, 20 acrrsof his land ly
ing on the, south side of Pudding Kiver
was assessed in both Marion and Clacka
mas Couuties; lhal said land is in Mar
iou Couuty and that .wanon County is
entitled to the taxes then on; and that
both assessments have been paid. An t
the Board being fuliy advised, It is or
dered that VV W Iivui have a lebale in
Ihe sum of $2.43, the amount of taxes
paid to Clackamas Couuty hy reason of
Li the matter of petition of E F Kiley
for returu of money paid at lax sale ut
Now comes on to be heard the petition
of E F Ut ey ehowing to the Board Uiat
the saie of lands fur '.tie delinquent tacs
ol 1898 held on Ihe 21 it tUv ot O.-tober,
1S99, Clai ksiiMS Couu'y ctr-ie 1 p.i sulci
for taxes ol IS 18 leU'-oi,e acres if land
iu the Donation Laud Claim ot Hector
Campbell in said county belong o to
and assessed in the tijine of S itn'od Ft t
ger; that littoner purchased said land
la .rig i heret'or the sum f $18. 8-", tiie
iiiiiuiiiil of sani taxes, inlt-rt-s: mid r.i.ic;
tint It no.v U pertfs tii.it on lt:e o-'i '! y
of Si-pieiiiuer, 1H I9. said SHnmel Finder
paid ilio toXeu on s-.nd piopeity, vs Inch
wa-- a part of a 42 acie tract, and that ho
'Continued on p ge 4.)
f I iNA N if
Yates and Ida C Gartman receive
further aid from Clackamas Connie.
Vwa nfan svwmtw ry , ir vo.