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About Oregon courier. (Oregon City, Clackamas County, Or.) 188?-1896 | View Entire Issue (July 3, 1896)
llU A. W. CHENEY.
City and County Official Paper.
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PATR1NIZE HOME IMDI78TRY.
Oiimnv CITY, JUNE 20, 1890.
THE V0'EV QUESTION.
The money question is extremely
simple. - It ought to lie Impossible to
divide a nation on an issue no element
ary. Wealth in anything that we
I osaess in exchange for which we can
secuie any othnr valuable thing. Wealth
includes, cnnitnl fnuilltiitinu; exchange.
The volume ol money iihi-i! is less im
portant thun the qu-Iity. At least DO
per cent, of thn business is transacted,
not by iIih use of money, but of t he
i BDreemtutives of money, credit. It in
t-jn I nifH uh important that Hie money
of a Mate hliall he of ti fixed value
ir.eaHiirinn quality, than that it should
1e of a fixed minntity Whenever we
really need money the rate of interest
rises. Then tha money of the world
r'uwa onr way as naturally as water
, fows down hill. I!nt if you strike down
credit you striae down the very found
ation o( business. And any lejrislation
" which lends to effect the future value of
i ionev must injure credit. The use of
:.iore money than the country needs is
tar worse lhan the use of less. The
Argentine Republic lias about $100 per
capita circulation. Will anybody con
fond that Arnontii.a is a prosperous
commercial country?' ft is the same
it-ith France, with her ftO per capita
eiroulatmn. Great Britain's per capita
m less that threa-fourthg the amount of
i.urs, but Great Britain does a per capita
business twice as large a" ours. And
it would be a hard job to convince the
Y ankee business men that they are only
t all as capable as the business men of
England. Kngland has loss gold than
we have. She has not increased her
circulation particle, while her business
baa increased Ave hundred per cent.
(Ye have increased ours considerably
eince 1873. Moreover, interest on In
vestments in England tends to decrease ;
t,he average current' rate- there is two
nd one-half per cent per annum.
Let us look at the time when we had
iJenty of money, the closinn of the
Revolutionary war, for instance, when
it took t)l00 id buy a bushel of corn. It
uas tne same at the rinse of the Rebel
ban, in the South, ut least- It took
about 1,000 of their money to buy a
sweet potato. Take the. hlesi-ed times
ive call the greenback timos. We are
l ld that everybody got rich at the be
ginning of the war. bet us see if that
is so; let us see the effect of this paper
inflation. Taper money is much better
tlian the oilier, at that. Inflation is
.lways in favor of tiie capitalist and
rigainst the interests of the laboring
t.ian. The man above nil others who is
in favor of an honest dollar is the man
e ho has to give sweat in exchange for it.
The Herald and Coliiikk, the true
simon pure anti-monopoly paper of
Clackamas county, have had their vision
so obscured that they have been totally
unable to see the formation of the big
gest monopoly in the leasing of the
Clackamas river ever attempted to be
organized in tills county. These pipers
should be consistent even thouith their
resorces might be curtailed Enlerpriie.
The Enlerpriie in sore because we do
not spell Simon with a capital 8 as it
and the other monopolist papers do.
We can't see wherein the boom com
pany mentioned In any more of a
monopolist that Mr, Cross, who has
practically had control of the river for
years. The paper also feels had and mad
because it can no longer keep its arm
in the county's "sack." We are glad
that the Enterprise has recognized the
tact that we do not belong to Its "Simon
Many are the old settlers that have
not kept up with the procession. Ho
numerous are the farms of our pioneers
that are hopelessly encumber d with
mortgages that any one of them who is
now In the exclusive possession of the
broad, fertile acres that once wero the
joy and pride of his life, has become al
most an exception. The "flush" times
of the fifties and the sixties made them
"too free." We find pioneers not alone
in Clackamas county hut in others of the
earliest sections of the state, that from
affluence have come down to pauperism.
In very many instances, perhaps in thu
majority, the "plaster" could have been
avoided by closu economy and no loaf
ing and by the determination not tu
borrow . Thus oven prosperity brings a
train of evils. But whether rich or poor
now, the early pioneers of Oregon were
President Cleveland ha iuiiib I hi
vapor launch '"Three titers." Orcjo n
is thus again honored and it is in order
for Gov. Lord and some of the other
boys seeking notoiiuty to get up a suh
ecription and present the president with
a silver seivice, or what would suit him
better a gold service'-Albany Democrat.
The new oflicials of Clackamas county
will assume the duties of their ollices on
next Monday. The county court on
Monday approved the bonda of all the
county officers elect, except tiiat of the
recorder, Alfred Luelling, which was
not presented. In view of the increas
ingly large amount of money handled
by the treasurer, the bond required of
him was raised from $30,000 to frA0OO,
and the new oflicer was given another
week to provide sureties for the ad
Mbmueiisaip Contest. The Y. M.-C.
A. membership contest closed Friday
evening with appropriate exercises and
refreshments at the Baptist church.
The "reds"' won with a score of 149 to
147. The "yellows" secured 132 mem
bers and the "reds" 108, but according
to the rules of the content each quarterly
payment of dues in advance counted
same a new member, if-., if a member
paid a full year's dues it counted four,
while if lie paid hut one quarter it
counted but o ne. The total member-,
ship of the Y. M. C A. in no 375,
which is a very good showing for a city
of this size.
A (ioon deal attention has been paid
i y thu ILnae Committee on Post Offices
to the question of cue cent postage, and
although this roform is not in sight this
1 ear it is understood that a favorohlu re
I ir.t w ill be made on a bill to enable
1 usuies men to send out circulars, or
I tiers, or postal cards with return en-
jlopes on which prepayment of postage
.-hall not be compulsory, but may be
i ollected from the firm sending out the
original loiter, circular or card. The
device by which this is to he regulated
i - simple, yet effective. The iuvetiga
lion undertaken by the post otlice de
partment precedent to itj recommenda
tion of iho measure satisfied it that this
innovation would result in an enormous
i-icreaso in the sending out of "return"
Liters and circular because the loss of
postage to the hnsi'iet-a man from care-l.-ss
or unscrupulous correspondents
who now use the stamped envelopes for
other purposes would be ent irely obviat
It seems after all that the populist
, ate in Oregon has not increased.
Taking as a basis the Weaver vote in 1S!2
which was 2d 9(15 and comparing it with
the vote for liaston for supreme judge
hi 1S;h, there is a loss of 1,010. Gas
tan's vote is 23,9."i5. By similar com
parisons the republican vote of the
date has increased 5,000 and the dem
ocratic vote 4.000. In ten counties,
(laker, Clackamas, Clatsop. Grant,
Harney, Malhuer, Tillamook, Wallowa,
Washinaton and Yamhill there was an
aggregate populist gain of 1,063. w hile
t very other county shows a falling off.
Thu steamer, HnrveHttlueeii, will leave
tno tootot stn street, at tne o.u.T to 'a
dock, at 7:30 A M. sharp, for the
cascades of the Columbia Now don't
come tearing through town tit 7-45
o'clock just in time to see the bout
going around the liend and then abuse
tho management for your tardiness. If
you can't wake up and havn't an ularm,
get a neighbor to come over and pound
on the side of the house with a rail
till you are uwake. At all events don't
bo later than 7:30 o'clock. Wo can't
keep five or six hundred people waiting
on two or three who are habitually
behind hand. - Secure ticketsatpostollico
store till Friday evening Tickets on
sale Saturday morning at the bout.
A very pretty home wedding was
Kolemixed at tho residence of Mr, and
Mrs. Tims. Oharman's on Wednesday
July 1, tho contracting parties lielng
their d inghter, Mary Jane, and James
I'nul Lovett. Tho beautiful marriago
ceremony of the Episcopal church was
performed by the Hight Rev. B. Wistar
Morris, assisted by Rev. R. Mercer
Promptly at four o'clock, Miss Allonof
Portland took her placo at tho piano
ami as the strains of Lohengrin's "Wed
ding March" w as heard Master Norwood
Charman threw open tho pnrlor doors
and the bridal procession entered Mrs.
Charman, tho brides mother, entered
on tho arm of her son, Mr Fred R
Charman, then the groom with his best
man, F T Griflith, from the east door
and took his place at the chancel rail
Then from tho west door entered the
bridal procession, little Louise Walker,
niece of the bride, carrying flowers,
followed by little Harriet, daughter of
Mr and Mrs Henry Smith, and Master
Earl Walker, nephew of the bride, each
heuring a white satin cushion which they
deposited in front of the chancel. Then
came the maid of honor, Miss Lambert,
who looked very pretty in figured
organdie over yellow silk, and carried
large lioquet Marchelniel roses tied with
yellow riblmiis, followed by the bride on
the urm of her father. The bride was
a picture of lovliness gowned in white
organdie over w hite silk, with silk tulle
veil held in place by stephanotis and
carried a large lioquet of white carnations.
After thu ceremony Mr and Mrs. Lovett
received tho congradulutions of all
present, together with many telegrams
greetings from absent friends, after
which the guests repaired to the spacious
dining room, and partook of an elegant
repast The wedding cako was distribut
ed to all the guests and tho bride's enke
to all the young ladies present, as it con
biined the coveted ring. The recipient
of the same is suppjsod to bo tho next
bride V iss Nellie Lamlicrt of Portland
was the happy possessor After refresh
ments as the bri le ascended the stairs to
don her traveling dress, she threw her
lioqiietin the midst of a bevy of young
ladies in the hall, which wus caught by
Miss Angulls of Portland. After ex
changing goodbye's and God speed, the
young couple departed for a wedding
tour to Alaska, mid a shower of rice,
shoes and good wishes The toilets worn
by the ladies were handsome, some ap
pouring in evening dress, with the
elaliorated decorated homo, had a charm
The entire house was darkened and
electric lights turned on . The hall was
decorated with ivy and red roses and
stair rail was entwined with same
The two parlors were in white and cream
roses and maiden-hnir ferns, tho ceil
ing being festooned from the center of
parlors with smilax and ivy. From the
electroliers suspended immense boqucts
of white and cream roses. Every nook
mid corner lxung banked with roses.
Where the marriage ceremony was per
The tickets for the ex cursion are not
alt sold is has been reported, but are
going fast; the safe way ia to secure
them before Saturday morning, as those
having tickets will be taken on board
first and then, if the limit is not reached,
others will be taken. A brass band in
full uniform will f urn lull the music for
the day. Refreshments and lunch will
be on sale. There will be no barge at
Inched to the ateamerto make the trip a
farce, but every effort will be made to
contribute to the enjoyment of the
occasion. Secure tickets now at the I'
O. Store or Saturday morning at the
boat. Ronnd trip 75 cents.
In probate II. J. Bolteiniller appoint
ed administrator and C. A. l'riesing,
Herman Schrader and Julius Broeje ap
pointed appraises of Henry Bottemiller
estate. Reports of guardianship of L
J. Flitchernnd administrator of estate of
Philander Lee estate filed.
You can get it at Harris' grocery I
What? Peacock flour, made of the
famous blue stem hard wheat. Try
aa acK .
During Iho Chautauiiua assembly.
July 7th to 17th, the Electric Hotel will
run a first-class rctauiant nnd lunch
counter on the grounds at Gladstone
Park Meals served at all hours.
Those stopping at Electric Hotel in
Oreuon City can have their meals sorved
n grounds or at haul without extra
barge. W. M. Roiiinon, Proprietor.
The Greatest Values -
of the Nineteenth "Century
Commencing to-day we will offer 3000 yards of I;ancy All Wool
Dress Goods at 25c a yard; former price, 40c a yard.
2750 yards of 20 and 22 inch China Silks in Cardinal rink. I'ale
Blue, Cream and all solid colors and guaranteed jnire silk, at 25c
a yard ; former price, 35 and 40c a yard.
2340 yards of 20 and 21 inch Summer Siik in pin-head checks
and stripes, shaded effects VERY PRETTY colorings. Correct
article for summer wear. I'ure silk at 25c a yard, worth 45 and 50c.
woo yards of Fancy French Orcandies Dresden Effects, latest to
date, in Pink, Cream and Opera Colors, at 10c a yard ; standard
value for 20 and 25c a yard. Confined to us for Portland, Oregon.
Special 4th of July sale. Ladies don't miss it
A sample line of Ladies' Caps in Cloth, Silk and Velvet, no two
alike, will be placed on sale to-day and continue until the 4th of
July and will be sold at ONE-HALF prick..'
Also a line of Ladies' Street and Traveling Dresses in Storm
Sercre. Linen and Duckerv. also separate skirt. A superb line
of Children's Fancy Jackets, ages 3,4 and 6, very latest prices from
$1.50 to $2.50. fancy Lapes trom 75c to 5112.50. uuck auus
from $1.75 to $2-50
SPECIAL FOURTH OF JULY SALE !
jyiclleQ 5. fylqDoijQell,
COItNEK THIB1) AMI MOKRIHON STKKKTM, OKTLANO, OIIK.
Old people who require medicine t
regulate the bowels and kidnevs will
find the truo remedy in Electric Bitters
I Ins medicine tloes not stimulate an
contains no whisky nor other intoxicants
nut acts as a tonic and alterative.
acta mildly on the stomach and bowels
adding strength and giving tone to the
iritans. thereby aiding IS attire in the
'ertormance of the functions. Elect re
Bitters is an excellent Rupetier and aid
iigestion. Old l'eoplu tind it lust exactly
what they need. Price 50c and $1 Der
uottie at Liiarman (t Uo.'s L'rug iStore
for tne accommodation ot Ins many
customers on the hill Mr. Albright has
established a branch meat jnarketin the
Shively building on Soventh street
where he keeps a full stock of all kinds
of fresh and salted meats, hams, bacon
lard, etc. No stale meat kept. Give
him a call.
In tlio Circuit Court of tlio Male of Oreunii, fo
the Comity of t:iu'kuni.
Loirs A. N'obel,
s. B. CalifT, f
H. II. Johnnon.
W. T. Whltlonk, I
E. V. Riley, 1
State of Oregou, )
County ol Clackuuias,)
1Y VIRTIE OK A JUDGMENT OKUEK,
decree and an execution, duly Issued out
ot and under the 'seal of the above entitled
formed nn improvised altar tia-t la-en couit, In the aimve entitled t-siiKe. to me duly
arrnnirod in the bav window. Thu i directed and dated the- M .Ihj- of July,
clmncel was made of ceder intwined
with ropes of -small white flowers.' A
Jacob Kober, the Seventh street baker
keeps on hand n large stock of the best
country cider, soda water and other
temperance drinks. All drinks kept on
Notice i hereby given that the Board
of Directors of school district No. 02 of
Clackamas county , Oregon, will receive
sealed bids at the office of Tlios. F.
Ryan on Main street, Oregon City, up
to the hour of 8 p m. on Saturday, thn
11th day of July, ISUli, for the sale and
delivery of 133 cords of gcod sound body
fir wood, cut from green standim; trees,
and to be fbst class in every respect.
Seventy-five cords of said wood to be
delivered at the Barclay school building
on 12th street, nnd sixty cords at the
Kasiham school building on 7th street
in Oregon City, nnd the whole of said
wooil to le delivered on or before
August 30th, lSDlj. The Board of
Directors reserve the right to reject any
or all bids.
By order of Board of Directors.
Tuos. F. Ryan, District Clerk.
Dated at Oregon City this l"th day of
A XATLRAL BE A I'TIFI E'K.
Karl'slm-cr Rout Tea puritic ihe blood
and gives a clear and beautiful complexion.
For sale by (i. A Harding.
curtain of cedar and roses formiiig a
Dresden effect Mas draped for a back
ground, from the center of which was
susK'iuled a cupid bearing u wreath of
carnations, the brides favorite flower
The sitting room was in sweet peas and
maiden-hnir ferns. The dining room
was in pink, La France roses being con
spicuous. The table was a piece of
artistic work Streamers of pink ribbon
were suspended from the electroliers to
the four corners of the table fastened
with La France roses and festoons of
smilax In the center of tho table was
nn ininienee cut glass punch bowl (a
present from the gentlemen friends of
tho groom) tilled with beautiful La
France roses The shades of the electro
liers were decorated with pink sweet
H'as Ferns nnd roses wero banked in
every coijcei value siMit .Scattered La
Franco roses on the curtains gave them
directed and lUted the 1st iImv
' 1MU! linn. l,lllt,.,.IK, -..l.ilii-.. u.i.l bi.Iam.1
.uuu, ,.,; n j .., ..'. (vm..,.. via nun ciliutcu
In said court on thn i;lih day of June, lKurj,
In favor of Lou Ik .A. Nobel, plaintiff, and
against 8. 11. CallA', Ellzaleth Cell IT. II. H.
Johnson, W. T. Wliltlock and K. V. Riley, do
femlnriH, for the sunt of with tntureir
thereon at the rati of s nirecnt pr annum from
tlio t:lth day of June. lS'Jti, and the furt'ipr mini
of I'M 00 a attorney's fee, and the further sum
of I100U, eons and dtalmrjometitH, and the
esti of and iipim this writ, roinmani'.in mo to
miikH mile of the following described real prop
erty ultuatv In tho county of Clackamas, tute
of Oregon, to-wit: All of Imk 5 and C in Block
14.1 In city of Oregon City, Clae tamas county,
Oregon, according to Mohoiijchlln nUt thereof,
of record In aforesaid county and stale.
-Now, therefore, by virtue of naid execu tlon,
judgment order and decree, and In compliance
with the commands of Raid writ, I will, on Sat
urday, the Ut day of August, ISM, at the hour of
hi o o'clock P. M at the front door ut the Coun
ty Couit House in tlio city of Oregon City In
said county and stale, sell at puhlie miction, sub
ject to redemption, to the highest bidder, for U.
S. gold coin, cash in hand, all the right, title and
Interest which tho within named defendants or
either of them, had on the date of the mortgage
herein or tdncn had in and to the iibovo de
scribed real property or any part thereof, to sal-
the Dresden effect Miss Morey and ! isfy said ceeution, judgment order, decree In-
IViiss Robb of tinker Citv nreniiled nt. I '""rest, costs and all aeeruing costs.
Notice to Taxpayers.
As nsKessors or deputies will not go
nut through the country this year, you
are requested when in Oregon City to
come in the assessor's office and give in
a statement of your taxable property, or
send in a list. Yon will be furnished
with suitable blanks.
J. C. BltAUI.KV,
Assessor of Clackamas County.
H. W. JACK0K
Machinist and Locksmith,
Bicycles, t'lubrellus, Sewing Machines, Cunt
and all kinds of (mail machinery re-
paired. Prices reasonable.
Shon t 'i Scrtmh Street. OpfiO'Ue Depot
Clerk of l iiilil",
T renMitvr, . .
Asseswir, ... . .
. 0. E. Hayes
. Oeo. F. Ilorton
K. O. Madilook
. . 8. M. Kamaliy
. . .M . L. Moore
..J. C. Bradley
. II. U Ulhioii
II. W. Klnnlard
National Matte Smelter.
A practical and simple method of mutt log
sulphide ores, melt as nickel, copper, gold and
silver ores. In loea Hies where lead arcs Hlld
fuels are scarce and almost unattainable, our
pvrllle, water jaekeled Ma'te Huiolter lias been
recognised with highly satisfactory result, and
has been thoroughly tested on various pyrltic.
sulphide and arsenide ores, in capacity of i to Ml
per day. It Is the most practical, cheapest and
simplest method of gold and silver ore mulling
and concentrating that Is known to day.
It requires no extraordinary skill, nn lead ores,
no fluxing material, and no fuel of any kind for
the sme'ter after it Is started. The sulphur in
the-ore Is Its natural fuel only, and its cost has
no ooiiipai-Kton wiin any oilier process ol con
We are prepared to furnish any size or capa
city Dlant complete to substantial mining people
set it up and furnish onr men to run it Inr thorn
on easy payments. Prices and specifications
furnished with references and testimonials on
NATIONAL ORE & REDUCTION CO
&726 Cheltenham Avenue, 8T LOUIS, MO
Manulauiurers ol rurnances for
Nickel, Copper, Gold, Silver, and Lead Ores.
Coroner, K. h llolman
I'onnty Court meets on first Wednesday after first
Monday of every month.
Probate Court meets on first Monday of evory
Circuit (Vim meets on third Monday In April and
first Monday in November.
OHEUOS CITY OFFICERS.
Mayoi Illram Straight
Iteconler. T. F. Ryan
ChiWf of Police,...' C K. Burns
Treasurer H. E. Straight
City Attorney F. T. lirlliith
Street Commissioner, ...C. 0. Bat)ock,Jr.
Sup't. of Water Work. W. II. Howell
City Engineer H. 11. Johnson
Councilinen Henry Moldruin, J. W". Moffat, I,, h.
Porter, J J. Cooke, B. Koernar, L. C. Caplea,
T. K. (iault, John Bittner.
Cuuncll meets first Wednesday of each month.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
LAND OFFICE AT OREGON CITY, OREGON,
June 4. Ihs-C. Notloe Is hereby given that
the fnllou ipg-named settler has tiled notice of
his Intention to make final proof In support of
his claim, and that said proof will be made
before the Register nnd Keeelver U. 8. Land Office
at Oregon City. Oregon, ou July 23d, 1W6, viz:
H. E. No. H.1 10, for Lola 3 & 4 of Sec. 28, Tp. S B
R. 4 K. He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence noon and culti
vation of, said land, vii: Ely Williams, David
Mntliows, Edw ird Noble, Frank Sallmnn, all of
ROBERT A. MILLER, Register.
Wealthy Book Agents
And how to become one of thenf. It la" tin ex.
ageratinn to say, we believe, thai each and
every one of us have a strong desire to become
rich. Agents can COIN MONEY by taking an
agency for one or more of up-to-date subscription
books. NKITllKtt EXPKRIKSCK fiOR CAPITAL
RKyeiKKi). We are handling the best line of
- biajks, maps and s Holmes ever offered. Apply
I at once. Prompt action needed for while vou
I hesitate some one else will secure the agency for
In Hie Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for ir ""j.'.r J!.0' ,tr'""i,',d2r8.. , .
I nr. iinoAACKaiiii lis.,
Tt Market .St.,
8aV Fbascisco, Cai..
tho County of ClackainiM.
Amy U. Krelger
Thomas Charman it Son,
Stnte of Oregon,
Sewino Machines Cheap. Want a
sewing machine? Gel a good one for
$25.00 with five years guarantee; f.'i.GO
down and $V0O per month until rid.
See Bellomy & Busch about it.
tea and coffee table Their assistants
were Miss Etta Poe, Miss Lou Cochran,
Miss Clara Fisher of f orvallis and Miss
Lucy Lambert of Portland. The presents
were elegant and numerous No cards.
Miss Charman is one of Oregon City's
favorite daughters and Mr, Lovett a
genial, enterprising business man, and
each have numerous friends who wish
them prosiK-rity on their journey through
Those present wire: Mr. and Mrs.
tieo, A. Harding, Mr, and Mrs. P, F.
Morey, Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Cuuficld4
Mr. and Mrs. N. R Lang, Mr. and Mrs.
II Walker, Mr and Mrs. II. K.
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. W K . Pratt, Mr.
and Mr. J. T. Apperson. Mr. and Mrs.
Bucklcn, Mr. and Mrs. Russell, Mr. and
Mrs. T. A. Pope, Mr. and Mrs. Major
Oharnian, Mr and Mrs F. R.
Chsirman, Mr and Mrs K. E. Charman,
Mr. nnd Mrs T L. Charman; Mcs
danies M. M. Charman, Allen, W. L.
Wood, Fuller, F. L Cochran, Warner ;
Misses Ijnnln-rt, L. Lambert, Robb,
Ingalls, Kelly, Warner, Holmes, Morey,
Fastham, Pope, the Misses Cochran, tho
Misses Chase, the Misses Joseph i, the
Misses Allen; Messrs. F. T. Griffith, Dr.
Carll, Dr. Somen". Robb, and Louise
and Earl C. Walker, Norwoed Char nan
and Harriet Smith.
E. C. HADDOCK,
Sheriff of Claekainas'oiiiity, Oregon,
By X. M. MOODY, Deputy.
Hated, Oregon City, Or., July 1st, low
CITY TREASURER'S NOTICE.
VOTICE IS IIEItEBY GIVES TIIAT THERE
are sufficient funds on hand iu the General
Fund of Oregon City to pay all outstanding
warrants endorsed prior to August 4lh, 1SW.
Interest ceases with the date of this notice.
II. E. STRAIGHT,
Oregon City, Jury 3, l1i City Treasurer.
County of Clackamas
DY VIRTl'K OF A JUIMiMKNT OKDKR
decree and an execution, duly Issued out of
and under the seal of the above untitled court,
lu the above entitled cause, to me duly directed
and dated I be '"d dav of Juno, Istsi, upon a
judgment rendered and entered In said court on
the liitli day or June, lwi, in ravor ol Henry
Jewell, nlaintlfi'. and niralnst Cb tries Krelirer.
AmvG. krelnor and Thomas Charman & Son,
defendants, for Ihe sum of ?3(1 .'.', with Inlere-t
thereon nt the rate ol in per cent per annum trom
-lie Kith dm- of June. and the further sum
of g'll) mm atlornpv'a foo. and th further sum of
flu, costs nnd disbursements, and the costs of
and upon this writ, commanding me to make
sale of Ihe following described real property
situate In the enuiitv of Claekamas, state of
Oregon, lo-wlf The North half of Ihe Southeast
quarter of section fourteen in township four
sooth of range two east of Willamette Meridian,
in Clackamas comity, Oregon, containing eighty
Now, therefore, by virtue of said execution,
judgement order and decree, and in compliance
with the eommands nf said writ, I will on Satur
day, the "th day of July, IMi, at the hour of one
n clock p. m., at the front door of the county
court house In the eitv of Oregon City in said
enmity and state, sell at public auction, subject
lo redemption, to the Highest uincier, lor u. H.
gold coin, eash in hand, all the right, title and
interest which the within named delendants or
either of them, had nn the date of the mortgage
herein or since had in and to the atiove de
scribed real property or any pari thereof, to
satisfy said execution, judirmeiit order, decree
interest, costs, and all accruing costs.
E. C. MADDOi'K,
Sheriff of Clackamas County, Oregon,
By N. M. MOODY, Deputy.
Dated, Oregon City, Or., Juue 23, 1XW.
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