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HOW IOJINO OUT.
Fill a bottle or common glass with
nrine and let it stand twenty-four hours ;
a sediment or settling indicates an un
healthy condition nf the kiilneys. When
urine slains linen i' is evidence of kidney
trouble. Too frequent desire to urinate
or ptiin in 1 hs buck, is almi convincinjz
proof that the kidneys and bladder are
out of order.
WHAT TO DO.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's
tjiwamp-Uoot, the gient kidney remedy
fulfills every wish in relieving pain in
the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and
every part of the uiinary passages. It
corrects inability to hold urine and
ecr.lding pain is passing it, or bud efl'ects
following use ot Honor, w ine or lieer,
ami overcomes that unpleasant, necessity
of being compelled to get up many times
during the night to urinate. The mild
and the extraordinary tU'eetsnf tSwiimp
Koot is soon realized. It stands the
highest tor its wonderful cures of the
most distressing cases. If you need a
medicine yon should have the best.
Bold by druggists, price fifty cents and
one dollar. You may have a sample
bottle and pamphlet both sent free by
mail. Mention Ok boon City C .uiueii
and send your address to Or Kilmer &
Co , Hinghamton, N Y, The proprietors
of tins paper guarantee the genuineness
of this oiler.
F, C. GADKE,
Plumbing and Tinning.
Jobbing of All Kinds
Wilson & Cooke's
Artistic House Painting
Leavo Orders at Ely Bros., on Seventh Street,
Oreiton I'ity, Oregon.
CHA3. CATTA. Proprietor
Oregon City, Oregon
Pure Milk and Full Measure
given; delivered to any
part of the city.
Try lloltiin Jtnlf y Hint bit 'm vikiiiI'
W. It. YOUNG'S
Livery & Feed Stable
Cor. Main and 4th St.
OREGON CITY, OREGON
crsrTJob Printing at tlic
Tills old one armed iipccliillst, of St. Louis,
well known by Ida long residence and sue
pessliillv pmellee III tbta city, eontlnue lo
uei esviully treat nil kinda of chronic and
FREE TREATMENT mrK'.Vi ifw..w""
i v'iy itlUwiimiti
BLCCH AND SKIN
In in rnlnis, Tuinors. Tcltera, Keeioa and
ItluT hnpurllles of the blood thoroughly
Miiilli iileii, leaving tliH system In u sltooi;,
pure mid healthful stole.
rilfTITTITTCtHir treated by nil old fbTiiian
finiiUlililllulU reinedr. This rcn v was
on M oled to Or. hesselnr by a fi li nd In
Merlin. It has never lulled,
flTTl CflPrO l'leers, Cancers, etc., trea'etl, no
ULU UUiltlU dltri lenec how lung nirectod.
iWX AND URINARY COMPLAINTS.
piiioiul, .1 1 f 1 ift 11 . loo nviiuent, nillK.v or hlmiov
urine, nu n ii rii I discharges, careiully treated,
I'd. , riieiiiottlsni mid iieurultliu treuied by
our hew renieoles.
Take a cl.-ar holllo nt liedtlnie and iirlnnte
III till' I. utile, set aside mid look lit It III I lie
inoriiliii!. II it is cloudy, of has n cloudy si-t.
1 1 1 1 1 In It, yon have suniu kidney or bluilib r
' eeiiknvetl In livontv.folir hours
lllUHee WOI'IIH 111 WlllllOIV III ill-
II, r l. tl
WO We meet persons cverv
kU ltu0 du.v wIkmo Ini'iilli mni lls
1 1.11,1 ii
di.iiii.Niiiig. T his conies (ruin I n
ho rn oi eiiber the nose or stomach Ua and
'ie eMiiiilued, It. can be cincd before the
oo-el boics lieeonies Involved.
rnilVP ViVVi ,r '" tnuil'leil with nlghl
,UUiU MLW enilsslons. enhiiusilngdriuos,
l.nl., bil-lltlllltess, livers. oil til soelrly,
.lupuliievs. ili'siioiulencv, lossol energy, ato-
l'!l. ti and Si'll-eolilbleoco, Wtllcb tl'pl'iv" ,ou
I your inaoliood and iibs..iiii-ly unlit
tor viu. taislness or niMrrlae-li you are
I bus mil et.'d you may know Ihe cause Uo
In, I lie ll'J' 'll.
H'lnnfP fPPTI TirTH"'r nre thousands
I..U l!iurilUUJ lilli 11 ol youlroul.led with
we . i,. u.'Ii'iil; bneUs ami kidneys; (reiiuent
I'l ll.llil lil'Hlillloil and seilllllelil In ll'llie; III)
faiieiuy or weakness ol Hexual organs, and
"to r iiiiiiilsiiikiible signs ot nervous ileiillity
mid pieiiiMiuie decay. Many die of Ibis
iliillei.liy , Ignorant ol llin cause. The matt
hIim iiuii.' eio' ol this eluiiiu'ier Ireaii d,
rr'UflT'P dlsensea. uloet, tlonnirlicn, In.
Hil Ultj tlillnslluns. isehnige, Mllelurei.
Weakness of Organs, Syihtlis, ll dioeeltt
Vurii'iiii le and kindred troubles treated.
Consultation Free to All.
Oi r icK llouus: From 9 A. M. to
8 P. M. Call or juldross
J. Henri Kcssler M. D.
830) vamhill 8trcct.
-III U. bAAUVMbi
Christmas was duly observed hero.
There was a ball at the new hall on
Christmas eve and an unnsual crowd
v as in attandance. Everything passed
oft'quietly and all seemed to enjoy them
Several from here attended thp Christ
mas tree at Teazle Creek and spoke
very highly of both the tree and the
exercises. Instrumental music was
furnished by jliss Ola Dibble, organist,
and the jlelton brothers, Jimmie and
Frank, with violin and banjoine. The
tree was nicely decorated and bore some
valuable presents. Among some of the
many nice presents was two mandolins,
one lor Msn Iva Saw ell and one for
Mrn. Abbie Johnson. It is reported
tiiat a mandolin club will be organized
at Teazle Creek soon, with Prof. Jean
Ugle as teacher.
jliss Sophia Boyles from Portland is
visiting relatives and friends at Jiolalla
jlarlha Boyles, of the Electric hotel,
Oregon City, spentChristuias with rela
Kobbins Son are invoicing their
stock of general merchandise this week.
(). AW Kobbins, the present manager,
will retire from the imsiness the first of
the year and L. V. Itobbins will take
charge of it.
The strong wind last Monday morning
detached the weather vano from the
school house flag pole In falling the end
of the iron rod that held the vane struck
the roof ol the school house and went
through it. The damage is slight.
Jim O'Dotimll, from Portland, who
owns mining property in the Ogle Creek
district, made a trip into his claim re
cently . He reports five feet of snow at
the Bed Rock mines. Ho spoke also
of nn-elihg a hand of elk in the region
of the Red Rock mines. He had a gun
with him but did not kill any of them.
No one ever admits doing so at this
season of the year.
A ppliration was made to the justice of
the peace here today for a warrant to
take a German before Judge Hayes on
a charge of insanity. He has a place
some eight or nine miles east of here,
where he has been living alone. He
came to lfet man Timmer's place several
days ago, remained in hiding in Mr.
Timmer's hay barn, imagined that some
one w as after him for the purpose of
killing him, was rvpidly growing violent,
appeared to be armed with a revolver,
so Mc. Timmers concluded it was time
to have him legally cared for. Constable
M. Clifford and and two deputies have
gone to remove him to Oregon City.
There is a phrenological lecturer hold
ing forth at the school house hall this
week. There was quite a crowd present
Inst evening. Some of the subjects that
had their heads examined received
rather a vivid dis.iription of what they
were and were not good for.
Pecemher 28. X. Y. Z.
Card of Thanks.
We wish to extend our heartfelt
thanks to the many friends who so
kindly assisted us in our sad bereave
ment. K. W. Scott,
Mrs. A. Aldrich,
Miss Mamie Aldrich,
Holland T. Aldrich.
A few of our natives have b een a little
under the weather for a few days
ThosOjrle still works at his old oc
cupation, drying apples
Mis Sax lias been on the sick list for
a lew days, but was belter Iho last re
port II r Ridings and family, who have
been Hying in the Waldo bills during
Ihe past rummer, are moving un the
Boeu farm-getting back near home
Mr Bruce, who has been staying with
GtiiiiiHulhcr Siuncon for some time, has
gone awny and grandfather has another
man wot king for him
i?cho il closed Friday for a week's va
cation. )ic2Stb Dk'.v Ihtoi's
For Over Fifty Years
AnOijiasii Vi:i,i,-Tuihi Humudy.
Mi m. insluw's Soolliinu . tJ'riip ltn
liccn immI for over lilty yearn by mil-
Hour i f inotln th for tlicir clillilrcn w litle
tcclliiin!, wilh licifcct HticcoNS. It
snollii's the chilil, Koltens the (.'tunc
HllnyM nil jinin, ciiich witnl colic, ami in
tho Lent icinciiy lor Dun rlnca. is
iilinsnnt to Ihe tiiHle. Solil ly llrtijiyis
n every purl of Iho W oilil. Twenty
live ccntH a liottle. ItH valno in in
ciilciiluliln. Ho mire ur.il h h k lor Mrs
Winsow'a Soolhing Syrup, mill tul;e no
other kitul .
llcituty la IIUhmI.
("lean blond means a eleuti skin. No
beauty without it. Ciisciirels Oandy
yuthatiie clean your blood and keep it
inn, liy stitriiw up the lazy liver ntul
diivititfidl iniptirities (rum tho body.
Benin to-day lo bullish pimples, boils,
blotches, bliickhmds, and thai sickly
bilious conipli xinn by takintf Cnscarets,
beauty lor ten cents. Ml iln jfists
sallsliictinn iMininnteed, 10c, L'"io, ode,
f This is to nolifyy tliitt my wife,
Anna .1 . llonr, liiisleltmy bed and boar I
without cause and Hint 1 will not be
ros-poiisible for any bills contracted by
her. Jamhh llo.vn,
' . . . -
To ('lire t'oiislliiailfiii Kori'ver,
Take Cascaiets I'nndy Cnthnitic. 10c
or 'Joe. If 0. C. C. f.iil to cu re, druik'nists
l''dlleat Your Hi w Is Hh in.ai(tM
t'limlv Calliui lie, cine ii'iiMipiilion
forexcr. lOc.l'oc. KJt'.t'.C (nil, drug-i-(
Ttto nillllotis H Year.
When people buy, try, mid buy strain,
it iiiciins lliej'ro Mitislied. The people
of ihe I'liiled Slates are imiv buyiii(
Ciociircts Ciii dv t'litliiittic at the late of
two n.i 1'nii liexes it j ear and it will be
lluce million U'f re New Vciirs, It
niciins merit proved. Hint Cacuiets aie
II o most ilelitilillul bnwel regulator (or
evi tybedy the Year loiiiid. All ding.
Ulsls UV, -", olU' nboX.cuioKUiuiinleed.
A Mii- 'l liioir for ou.
A triinsm'tion in w hieh you I'linnot lose
is a sure tliinir. Ililioustiess, sick hcad
iiclie, furied tonir ie, fever, piles and a
ll ousund other ills me cnut.ed by con
si li'ii I inn ftid Hloutrish livi r. Caciirets
Cuiidv ('atlnir'ic, the wondeiful new
iiver sliniulanl and intestinal Ionic ure
bv all ill uyisls irunranleed to cure or
money refunde t. V. 0. ('. ntv a sum
Ihintf. Tiy a box to-dny; Idc, I'.ic, ."0,'.
t'Hiiiiilc uiul booklet free. All druggists.
Honthly Reports of School Districts
in the County.
Eagle Creek natural report for third nonth
Dnys tuught 20, total attendance Kli. days al
sence t'lU, average number belonging 41, aver
age daily attendance 8s, times tn'rdv 1. Hull of
Honor Klsie t urrin. Lola ami I,,.,,.,' v
Moltie, Alia and Urover Judd, Ijora Drackett,
I'oarl toster, elms. Wagner. Albert Hell, Malt
(ilover, Mamie and Lizzie Smith, Anninta P..1
lard, Gerald Wilcox, Alsa Freeman and Homer
(ilover. Visitors-MiKs Matt Young, Chan. Van
Curen. James Bell, Mm. Jesse Aleditu, JoeYoiinir
Mrs. Ellen MeArtnnr, Prof. Wilson, John Vim
Curen and kev. C A. Nutley. Visitors are al
ways welcome. (). T. McAktuub, Teacher.
The following named pupil in district No 97
have been neither absent nor tardv during the
mouth ending He ember U: Clara and Lillie
Irviu. Kinma Seoggun, Hattie Irwin, Hattie
Coleman, Cora and Hattie Nor i an, i red Jesse
and Cassius "full, Whole number enrolled 28
average nauy attendance 24. Patrons and
friends are kindly mviicil to call on the Bchool
and inspect the work. Wji. Hankins, Teacher.
Term commencing Scptenibcr2nh.jl8!l7, closing
December 17th: Number of days taught 60, at
tendance 2251, absence 257, times lardy 9, num
ber ot boys enrolled 2t, girls 22, total 48. average
daily attendance S. Pupils neiiher absent nor
tardy Mabel Seward, Ida Sidillckeiser, Lillie
Hehlickeiser, Myrtle Tooze, Nettie Hasselbrink
Next term will begin January 3, 1HH8
Chas. Hamson, Teacher.
Following Is the report of school district No.
80 for the month ending December loth: Total
number of pupils enrolled in both rooms 62, 27
in the primary room a- d :J5 in the principal's
room. Total number of days taught during the
month 18. general average attendance during
month 4, times tardy 22. Those who were
neiiher absent nor tardv during the month are:
lcllieMuehnke, Nora Moehnke, Irene Moehnke,
Klsie Uliilin, Hazel (iinlher, Lottie llornsetmh,
Alvin Iiornwhiili, Lvdia Hornschuh, Gertie
Xehuebel, Kinma Bohlender and Jacob Cross
miller ol the primary room and Lena Ciniher,
liosa Meyer, Klliel Commins, Cnlla Hornschuh,
Kaiph Meyer, Laura Schuebel and Albert Horn
schun of the principal's room. Visitors present
during the month were: Chris Hornsehnh,
Mabel Jones, Flora Hluhm Mr. Moldenliauer,
Calla Meyers, Cora. Melntvre, George Hainan,
.,yiL-,uTe uoiijscuun, jiuui iuoeniiKe, Michael
Moehnke and Mr. White. We respectfully
invite all the patrons of our school and others
interested in the cause of popular education to
Visit our school at any time and note our progress.
JIohekt Gintheu, Principal.
Hoik lie li. Alio, Assistant .
Report of Onk Grove school distriot No. 93 for
the month ending December 17. Nnnioer of
days taught 111, flays attendance 513, days absence
38, times lardy ft, whole number enrolled 31,
average belonging 2, average daily attendance
27. Those present every day during the month
without being tardy were: Eva and Iva Graves,
Victor GririH, Freddie Heinz, Columbus Cox,
Joseph Wilson, Boss Katon and entrance Look.
Vlsiiors during ihe month were Miss Cora
Fletcher, Mrs. Julis Katon, Mrs. Graves, James
Fryrear, Frank Mulvey. Miss da Woodslde and
8. Heinz. Friends and patrons of the sehoel are
Invited to visit the sellout and note Its progress.
. . Cohvan Fisuek, Teacher.
Everybody Says So.
Cascarots Oandv Cathartic, the most
wonderful medical discovery of the aue,
ploHHant and refreshing to the taste, act
Kently and positively on kidneys, liver
and bowels, cluuiKingtlioonlire'syNtern,
dinpcl colds, cure headache, (ever,
habitual constipation and biliousness.
Please buy hikI try a box of 0. C. C. to
day j 10, 2."), 50 cents. Sold and uaran
U'ed to cure by till druggists.
TO CURE A COLD IM ONE DAY
Take Laxative Ilromo Quinine Tablets.
brugglsts refund theinoney if it fails to cure.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Ilromo Quinine Tablets. All
diugglsts refund the money if It fails to cure, iic
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The Bust Salve in tlie world for Cuts,
BruiNos, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever SurcH, Totter, "Chainied
llunilH, Chilblains, Corns, anil all Skin
Kruptions, anil positively cures Piles,
or no pay rejui re 1. It is gnatanteed to
(five perfect satisfaction or money ro
unded Trice 25 cents per b n. For
sale by Chiirinan it Co.
The Surprise of All.
Mr. James Jones, of the tlrnsr Ann of
Jones ei Son, OWden, III., in speukinj;
of Dr. Kinn's New Discovery , nays thai
lust winter his wile was attacked willi
l.i linppe, and her case orHVV so serious
that physicians at t'owdeu and Pnna
couiii tin notinnjr lor her. I; seemed to
develop into hasty consumption. J lav
inir Dr. King's New Discovery in Flore,
and M-Hiiia lots of ii, he took a buttle
lii'iue, mill to the surprise ol al I she In
H;in to get belter from fuM dose .iiinl hall'
lii lnUilliir linltlcs cured her sound and
wdi. Dr. Minn's New Discovery fur
coiiMiniptioii, coughs and colds is
vruiinilileed to do this frond work. Trv
it. l''ree Iriul battle at Cliaruiiin it Co.'s
end your address to II. K. llucklen
'& Co., Cliicairo, anil uet a free Mimple
box of Kind's New Life Pills. A trial
will convince you of their merit 8. These
pilla nie easy inaction and are purticu
imy efleclive in t lie cure of Constipation
and iSick lleadaehi). Kor Malaria and
Liver troubles they have been proved
invaluable. They are piaranteed lo be
perfectly free from every deleterious
substance and to be purely veaetable,
1 hey do nut weaken by their net inn, but
ny civinit tone to stomach and bowels
nit-ally invigorate the system, lienuhir
size 2-ic. per box. fold by ( liariniin A
A gentleman went into Holnum's to
buy some wall paper (or his parlor and
looking tlirousih the many samples
found some patterns that were line, de
cided upon one. "What is the price of
that paper?" " cents per double
rou. "i niairai.i mat is loo ciie.ip. '
Put when it was explained how and why
it was sold so cheap, he took the paper
and was highly pleased.
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE TAEIET5
Move the bowel i;elltly. rt lievt-s til-' l nllnh,
cure ihe feven-h eoieliiioa inel HettiLn l'e,
lliiiki'.li! II Hie best an. I incekc!.! relui-'ly (or
I'oimliN, I'oMs, ami I. a i-irippe. I'uivs tu one
tiny. No cure, no pay, P-lce :'.".e
'A' S V,' -A" V V W W 1
Old Reliable Druggist
Mt.UK INK AT ( IT KATKS
Is caused by torpid liver, which prevents diges
tion and permits food to ferment and putrify In
the stomach. Then follow dizziness, headache,
insomina, nervousness, and,
if not relieved, bilious fever
or blood poisoning. Hood's
Pills stimulate the stomach,
rouse the liver, cure headache, dizziness, con
stipation, etc. 28 cents. Sold by all drui'gists.
The only Pills to take with. Hood's Sarsaparilla.
ATTORNEY "AT LAW,
Office in Oiogon City Bunk Block.
Okecios City, - - - - Cbkgon.
C. H. ISOM,
Civil Engineer &, Deputy County Surveyor
Will be at Court House on each Sat ur d
and on regular session days of
J. W. WELCH,
ID IE ZLSTT I ST,
OiM'osriE P. ()., Oregon City, Ore. .
Geo. C. Bkownei.l.
J. U. CAMl'BEl.I.
EROWNELL ft CAMPEELi
ATTORNEYS AT I.AW.
Oregon City ,Ort
C. D. & D. C. LAT0URETTE
Attorneys at Law,
Commercial, Real Estate and
Probate Law Specialties.
OFFICE : Commercial
THOS. F. RYAN,
Notary Public and Real Estate Broker.
Morjey to Loan. Abstract' of Title Made.
Drawing of Legal Documents a Specialty
Office on east side of Main street
' Between 6tli and 7th.
OREGON CITV, - . OREGON.
The Commercial Bank
OF OREGON CITY.
Transacts a General Banking Business
Loans made. Bills discounted. Makes co
lections. Buys and sells exchange on all points
In the United states and Kurooe and on Houg
Kong. Deposits received subject to cheek.
Bank open from 9 A.M. to 4 P. M.
D.C.LATOl'RKTTE, V. E. DONALDSON
OK A LICK IX
GROCERIES iLND PROVISIONS
Feed, Lime, Cement
a:,d Land Plaster.
be cured (f
If you suffer from any of the (
ills of men, come to the oldest
Specialist on the Pacific Coast,
DR. JORDAN & CO.,
.1061 Market SL Est'd 1852.
xjk Young men and middle
IllL'Cfl lllf-D who are sulferine
from the effects of youthful indiscretions or ex- i
cesses in mnturer ve:trs. Nervous and Physical
lH'tiiif .v.liiit4U'ir,v,J.o.l itliinliito'l i
inallitscoinnln-alioiis: Mliei llllUori'I'O'll,
I'rONfnfftrrUfi'it, jonrriiu'n, wiref, i
I rr i'v r I rliiaiiiia. eic. Jiy a
coiiiblnation of remedies, of great curativepow- i
er, the 1 lector has so arranged his treatment
i tii.it it will not onlv afford immediate relief but
permanent cure. The Doctor does not claim to
I perform miracles, but is well-known to be a fair .
and square Physician and Surgeon, pre-emiiieiit
in his specialty jriNeiiNt-n lit jtii-ii. j
rv i'lillliv inorolli,'liiy entnieaiemfum nie
fivkti.n, w 1 1 limit I is! n u II.M.111.1
Vl'l'KV 4 V nnnli-ii,,. to till Will re- t
Ceive our hnne.it ttplnUm ot Ills complaint.
WeviMUuaranlee a mi 1 1 va. oojif. i I
rvery cast, we undertake, or forfeit One
1 lioiiNiinii ifoiinra.
Consultation rKlb, arirl stncily private.
CUAMUES V'EKl' KEAXOSAHLE. Treat-
nicnl personaiiv or ov iciier. .eim iot ikki...
'. lil!l.uA,,l,v .. f HI ..M.Sn,.-.k I
fret. (A valuable book for men.)
VIMT 1K. JOItDAN'S
Great Iuseum of Anatomy i
the finest ind largest Museum of its kind in the
world. Come and learn how wonderfully you I
nre made; how to avoid sickness and disease.
We nre continually aUiline new siieciuieaa.
(JATALOUVii tUKK. Call or write.
1 0B I Market Street, San Francisco, Cat
JANUARY 1st, 1S9S
Mortj;ae on limi)'.'
Note on Hank
Kcal esiate mortae
Oli'iii.'.ition Ki mv family
MEMO My life insurance pays all my debts
jjood name in cae of my death. I fell safe, and
familv in the face.
if die above is correct, al! rilit ;
If not; write me and I will fix it so.
II. G. C0LTJN.
!2 iind 3t Chamber of Commerce.
l'ORTL AND, OREGON.
Candies, Nuts, Fruits
Main Street - - , - Oregon C
C. N. ..GREENMAN,
(Established 1WJ5 )
Parcels delivered to all parts of the city.
tGriessen & Hallwyer, Trops.
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Elegant Family Rooms.
OREGON CITY - . - OREGON
T7"KAUSSE BROS., second
door north of P.O., have
just received a tine new line of
HEN'S WINTER TANS. Gall
and see them. AVe have added
a tirst-class shoemaker to our
establishment and are prepared
to do all kinds oS repairing at
reasonable rates, t t t t t
Two Poors North of
Winter Shoes I
KcbSitt Livery anil
OREGON CITY, OB EG ON,
On the Street between the Bridge and the
Double anil slnajlo rii?8 and affile horfif-B a
ways on hand nt the lowest rates, mil a eorra
also cotineeteil with the barn for loose stock
Any Information reitanliiiR any kind of stock
promptly attended to by letter or person.
HOUSES BOUGHT OK SOLD
Bank of Oregcn City
m.DKST FANKINa HOUSE IN THE CITV
rnM Ity Cnifltnl, $."(,0O0.
, H. CAt'l't.lKD
. A. HAKMN9
(ictiLral Ha tilling lluslness Transacted
l-eposits Reeeived Subject to Check.
Approved Hills and Notes Discounted.
Couutv and City Warrants bought.
Loans Made on Available Seeuntv
l'xchunge Bought and -Sold,
('(jlieetions Made Promptly.
DraftB Sold Available in Any Part ol ttu
Telegraphic Kxchange Sold on Portland, Ban
Francisco. Chicago and New York.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
ASTVT" - TltrSTWOUTllY AND ACT1VK
men or bidii s to travel for respo iisibid
stabli:-llell bouse ill Orreon. Moiilhlv f liS Rll
ext"iies. Position steudv. Reference. Knelose
si ll iiddi'cssed slumped envelope. The Doininiun
Ceinpuuy, Dept. Y, Chicago,
TTAN I KD TKI'STWORI'HY AND ACTIVE
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established house III Oregon. Monthly Ma nnd
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Accounts due me
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Life Insurance Company
In the Cirruit Court of the State of Oregon, for
the County of Clackamas.
A. E. Latourette, Executrix of the Will of L. D. 0'
I.atotirette, Deceased, plaintiff, vs. E. P.
Elliott, l.iliie (i. Elliott, Thomas Chnrrnan,
Erank Welch. Marxareil Barrett, J.J. took
and Charles Albright. Jr., Defendants.
State of Oregon, County of Clackamas, ss.
jY VIBTUK OF A .lUlMiHKNT ORDER, DE
" cree and an execution, duly issued out o
and under the sealof ineabove entitled court, in
the above eniliied cause, to nie duly directed
and dated the 271 h day of November, tdH7, upon
a judgment rendered and entered in said court
on the 20th day of November, 181)7, in favor of
A. E. l.utouieltc, Executrix of I lie will of L. D.
C. Lalnurette deceased, plaintiff, and against
E. P. Elliott, Lillie n. Eilioli.Thoinas Channan
Frank Welch, Mnrnarett Barrett, J. J. ook and
I'haili'S Albright, Jr., deh udants, f-1- tl.t- 6;m of
&l(W(i.i 0, wilh ii ten st there'"-, hi me rale of HI per
cem. per annum from the2uth day of November,
1S97, ami the further sum ot lf0.00 as attorney's
tee, and Ihe further mm of $1I.X), costs and dis
bursements, and the cosls of and upon this writ,
commanding nie to make sate of the f-dlnwing
described real nrnpoity situate in tile county of
Claekamas, stattfof Oregon, to-wlt:
Lots three and four in block forty-five nf
countyaddltlon to Oregon City, nil of fractional
bl"ck lettered D lit county addition to Oregon
City and lot three in block three in Ml. Pleasant
addition to Oregon t ity according to the T P.
Kandall subdivision of. said block, ltd according
to the otlieial maps and plats on lile in ttie nfliee
of the Recorder in Clacka.iias county, state of
Now. therefore, bv virtue of said execution.
judgment oroer and decree, and in coniplntnce
wilh the commands of said wriL.Iwtll.cn Mon
day, the 3d day of January, 1 mum, at the hour of
one o clock p. m., at the trout door of l ie county
court house in the eily of Oregon City, in said
county and stale., sell at public tiuctlon, subject,
to ledempllon, to the highest bidder, (or U. b.
gold coin, CMsh in hand, all the right, title and
inteiest which the within named defendants or
either of tliein, had on the date of tho mortgage
herein or since had in or to ihe above described
real property or any pari, thereof, to satisfy said
execution, judgment order, decree, Interest,
costs ai:d all accruing costs.
U. W. OKACE,
Sheriff of Claekamas Oountv. Oreeon
Dated, Oregon wily. Or., Nov. sKdh, 1SU7.
Ill the Circuit Court of the Mate of Oregon, for
me uouiuy ol uiackamas.
Jacob .Spauuler, Plaintiff, vs. 7.. 8. Ghrd and
Helen U. Anderson, Dcfeuiliiiits.
State of Oregon, County of Clackamas, ss.
Y VIKTUH OF A JUK1MENT OKl'KK, DE
cree and an execution, duly issued out of
and under Ihe seal of the above entitled court,,
ill tile above entitled cause, to me dulv direeled
and diiled the '-'!Hh diiy of November, hiU7, upon
a jiniyinent renueri-a and entei'eii m said court
on the lirst day of November, 181)7, in favor of
Jacob spaiiitlur, plaintiff, and niiainst Z. 8. Onrct
and lleb'ii H, Anderson, defendants, lor the sum
ol ioiil.60, wilh Interest thereon at Hie rate of 10
per cent per annum from the lirst day of Novem
ber, 1.'I7. and Ihe further sum ot S.'i0 as attorney's
lee, mid lite further sum ol itlo.ul), costs and dis
bursements, anil the costs of and upon this
writ, commanding me to make sale of ilie iol
lowing described real property situate in the
county of Clackamas., state of Oregon, to wit:
lb-ginning at the northeast corner of the I. L. C.
of Kzra Fisher and wife in township 2 Bomb of
range 2 east of the W. M., running thence
along the north bouuitiiry of said claim
north 81 degrees west 4.25 ohnliis to corner nf
0. Welch's land, thence south 2 degrees 10 min
utes wost 14.70 chains, to the northwest corner of
two acre tract of land owned by M. O. Gnrd,
thence along the north side of said two acre
tract south 111 degrees f0 minutes east 4.33 chains
to the northeast corner of suid two acre tract,
thence norlh4 feet, thence southeasterly Dehaiiis
more or less, to a point on the east lliie of said
claim, which point is 'iO.'S.i chains south of tho
northeast corner of said claim, thence liurtli 'Jl 1.23
chains lo Ihe place of beginning, containing H
acres of land, more or less, also a strip 20 feet
wide and described as beginning at a poinU feet
north of the liortlieHSt corner of said two acre
tract and running thence south 2 degrees 10
minutes ivest along the east side of said two
acre tract 5.;2 chains to the center of the county
road, Iheiue alnng tile enter of said road east
erly 20 feet, thence north 2 degrees 10 minutes
east 15.S2 chains, Ihence west 20 feet to place of
beginning, Clackamas county, stale of Oregon,
Now, therefore, by virtue of said execution,
judgment order aril decree, and in compliance
with the commands ot said writ. 1 will, on Jfon.
day, the 3d de.y of January, lsU8, at the hour of
one o'clock p. in. at the front door of the county
court house in tile city of Oregon City, in said
countyaud state, sell at public unction, subject to
redemption, to Iho highest bidder, lor V. 8, gold
coin, cash in hand, all tile rilit, title and interest'
which the within named -leiendanls or cither of
them, had on the dale ot the inoitgnge or since
hud in or lo the above described real property or
any part thereof tosaiisfv said execution, judg
ment order, decree, interest, costs and nil accru
ing costs. U. W. (1 ItACK,
Sheriff of Clackamas cotnitv, Orcgcu .
Dated, Oregou City, Or., Xov. i'.Uli, 18D7.'
Ill tlio Circuit t'ourl of the State of Oregon, for
the County of (JltU'Uanus.
M, K. McCiirvor, I'iaintitr, e, Kliza Colenmn and
Thomas CoLt'iiiHii, t'cfi'tiiUiitH.
State of Orison, County of ('lacktunas, hs.
BY VIUTUK OF A jiiD(;M KNT OHDIUt, HK
(ree uml an i-xi-ctition, duly issiumI out of ,
aurt under the K'ul r ihe tthove entitled urt,
in the above i niUted cause, to me duly direeted
and dult d the 1st duy i f llereniher, upon a
judLiineiit tvudort'd mid entered In said eourt on
tin- 1)1 h day of November, J!7, in favor of
M. It. MeCm ver. plainlitV, and nymnst Klia Cole
nuin nnd ThuniH Ci'lt innn, defendant, for tho
sum of 5t.nn. Hi, with inter. wl thereon at the ne
ot ll) per cent per milium I com 'he 20th drtv of
Novemta r, lu'"7, and the fnnh'T slim of glirUPU
n attorney's lee, nmi the further mini offlutHI.
costs and" li.-liuieni'iitst ami ttie coMs of and
upon lliis writ, eonuimndim,' nie to mnke sale of
the following tieserihi-d real property miujuo in
Ihe county of Chiekamas, stale of Ornon. to wit:
Jjij-'iiiiiinK tit a point alt) chums north m Ihe
noiihvel 'comer cf tlio northeast of Iho
lioitlieast J4 "f section 4, titwiisliip 'I south of
Minn' U (Mist of Hie Will .nu tle Merhtian. in the
center of thn county road leading from Milwau-
kie to t'hii!i)i roster mid running Iheuee soma
Ih.W cbainit to the southeast corner of the north
Wost i id Ihe no'tluHSt 1a of said section 4,
thence west thirtv Imkn iu tlie e.it boundary ot
the 1. I-. C. of W. T. Miitlock, dieeafed, tlienco
rtli 2t decrees west ti 40chiiif to the no;thea"t
corner of sniil Mullock ehiim, tlienco soutli ti8
tti'Ki-eeH wetit S.4."i c'liniui, thence north IM..")
cliuiim to ttie center of smd ouniy road, thenee
east on thu Hue of mid road 10 chaiins to the
place of betdnnluK, continuum 2J.oO acrex In
Cliiekaiims county, state of Oregon.
Now, therefore by vtrluo ot said execution,
judgment order and dicrv. anil In com pi ) unco
with the commands of said writ. I will, on Mon
day, the lid dtiy of January, l.'H, at Ihe hour of
'1 o'clock p.m.. at the front 'r of the county
romt house In the city of Orcou City, in caid
county mikI h nie, sell at public miction, subject
to redemption, lo the liihvst bidder, for I'. 8
ffold coin, cash in hand, all the rudit, title and
interest whi -h the within named di'iendants or
t itker of tht-ui, h on Ihe onte of the mort'ao
herein or since had in mid to tlienbove described
real property or ny prt thtTtof, to satisfy suid
exe ution, judi:ml'it order, decree, interest,
costs and all accruing oosis.
. w, a n.( 'K,
Hheritf of (.'lcknin Conntv, Oregon.
Dated, Oregon City, Dr., Dec. 1-t, 18t7.
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