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HOW TOJIND OUT.
Fill a bottle or common glass with
uine and let it stand twenty-lour hours ;
arsediment or settling indicates an un
healthv condition of the kidneys. When
urine stains linen mseviueiiceoi muney
trouble. Too frequent desire to urinate
or pain In the back, is also convincing
proof that the kidneys and badder are
out of order.
WHAT TO DO.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Iioot, the great kidney remedy
fulfills every wish in relieving pain in
the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and
every part of the urinary passages. It
corrects inability to hold urine and
ecaldiiig paiu is passing it, or bad effects
following use oi liquor, wine or beer,
and overcomes that unpleasant necessity
o( being compelled to get up many times
during the night to urinate. The mild
and the extraordinary effects of Swamp
Root is soon realized. It stands the
highest ior its wonderful cures of the
most distressing cases. If you need a
medicine you should have the best.
Sold bv druaaiBts, price fifty cents and
, one dollar. You may have a sample
bottle and pamphlet both sent free by
mail. Mention Okboon City Courier
and send your address to Dr. Kilmer &
Co . Binghamton, N Y. The proprietors
of this paper guarantee the genuineness
of this offer.
F. C. GADKE,
Plumbing and Tinning,
Jobbing of All Kinds
Wilson A Cooke's
. JAMES MURROW,
Artistic House -Painting
leave Orders at Ely Broi., ou Seventh Street,
Oregon City, Oregon.
CHAS. CATTA, Proprietor
Oregon City, Oregon
Pure Milk and Full Measure
given; delivered to any
part of the city.
Try Bolton Dairy and ba Convnoed-
W. II. YOUNG'S
Livery & Feed Stable
Cor. Main and 4th St.
OREGON CITY, OREGON
Job Printing at the
Thli old on firmed peclnlliit, of Ht. Louts,
well known by his long residence and suo.
ssfully practice In tlits city, continue lu
iicctwHmlly trot all kinds of oUronlo and
VXSVV TDfnTMrWT frth poor who cull
In persou at the oitlue
BLOOD AND SKIN l'lnipli's'ScrotulV Sy pil
lule Jill 11 Ik, Tumors. Tellers, Ecit'iim mid
Hhcr immirllti's of the blood tliorimulily
irwllcati'ii, lOHVIng the system lu a strong,
pure 11 ml liciiltlifui state.
DlTPTTW A TTCW treated uy an old Oerrnnn
nil till luiU lulll reiiioilr. This remedy win
rvMMiicil to Dr. Kcunclcr by a (iluud lu
Berlin. It tins never fulled.
HIH inDTQ 1'ltwi, Cancers, etc., treated, no
ULU OU iluO illirVronee how long iiirccled.
- KIDNEY AND URINARY COMPLAINTS.
I'liiiitul, till I it-it 1 1., ton liueiit, milky or liluoiiv
urine, unitlurHt iltni'lmrnt's, cnrelully treated,
Piles, rlii'iiiiiatlsiii and aeuralgla trealed by
our new renieules.
T11 lie a clenr bottle at bedtime and tirlnnte
In the bottle, set, aside and looK Ht It In the
morning. II it is cloudy, or has a cloudy M i
lling lu H, you have soma kidney or bladder
TiPF WdDlIf removed In twenty-four hours
I fu ll ItUnlUHre worms In wludow at of
lev l& 1 0.1,1 lee I long.
DDrATU OTIWO W meet pemons everv
DRIjluH OllMu day whose brealli smells
bud II Is diKgiinling, This comes fniiu Ca
tarrh ol either the nose or stomach, tin and
examined. It can be cured before Ihu
laKiil UmeH becomes involved.
rnfIWP lirW ir y troubled with nlghl
, UUilU ill till cniln.li)ns,esbHUSIIngdi'itlns,
umph'N, biiNhlulness, aversion to swlety,
IUiulneHS, ileiondency, loss of energy, ani--II
Ion ami sell-ennlldenco, wlilch deprive you
'I your uiHiihood and absolutely unlit you
or study, business or marriage If you are
bus nillieted you may know the cause uo
Hid lie (rualed.
i SIDDLE-AGED MEN SilKK
eiik, aching backs ami Kidneys; trcqucnt,
twluliil in null Ion and sedlhient In uilnej hit-
.mleney or weakness ol sexual organs, and
, a her unmistakable signs of nervous delilllly
nd pieiualiirA decay, Many die of this
1 -llllleully, Ignorant of the cause. The moot
j iIwuiiiiU) cases of this character treated.
ODTVi'PU diseases. Ohwt, Gonorrhea, In.
t lUlillu (tarnations. Discharges, Slilolures,
' Weakness of Organs, byphtlls. Hydrocele
1 Varicocele and kindred troubles treat.
Consultation Free to All.
j Office Hours: From 9 A. M. to
8 P.M. Call or address
, J. Henri Kessler M. D.
j At St. Louis Dispensary,
. s-ir- 2301 YAMHILL STREET.
Proceedings of the Regular February
I . the matter of the petition of 0. R.
Lev, thwaite, et al, fora county road : H.
Thiisen, Al Cook and Thomas Miller
appointed viewers, to meet Feb. 23d.
in the matter ol the report 01 viewers
on the Adolf Kasper road ; John Talbert,
K. Scott and Walter Kirchein appointed
to appraise damage. Bemonstrance
denied. Viewers to meet Feb. 20th.
In the matter of the report of viewers
on the Uuttkember road; petition
In the matter of corduroying Gage
hill ; ordered corduroyed, Commissioner
In the matter of the report of viewers
on Stauber road : Dave iWcArthur,
Ladrew Mack and James Evans appoint
ed viewers to meet Feb. 28th.
In the matter of the report of viewers
on Dautz road j petition granted.
In the matter of the report of viewers
on Mct'abe road ; petition granted.
In the matter of the aDplication of E.
W. Midlam for relief for 1). 0. McAfee,
an indigent soldier; $15 per month
granted to commence February 1, 1898,
to be drawn in E. W. Midlam s name,
same as other indigent soldier warrants.
Petition to have J. R. Bently taken
from indigent soldier relief list; petition
In the matter of the resignation of J.
E. Courtney, judge of election in Molalla
precinct; K. 8, AIcLaughlan appointed
to till said vacancy.
Application of Levi Erb to corduroy
hill 111 district 35 ; granted.
Petition of Lorenzo Teiiny, et al, for a
survey on Viola hill; granted. To be
Burveyed Feb. 2(ith.
In the matter of the vacancy on
election board in Viola precinct; A. D.
Crane appointed to till vacancy on Baid
In -the matter of delinquent taxes of
Abner J. Cole for the year 1807, for
which the sheriff at time deeded the
property to Clackamas county; ordered
that ihe county make a quitclaim deed
to John Y. Cole, the present owner, on
the payment of $0.50 and $4 interest.
In the matter of the appointment of a
coroner to till the vacancy caused by the
death of Coroner Godfrey ; E. A. burner
appointed on petition of the following
taxpayers: William BailowJ H. L.
Kelly, O. R. Noblitt, J. E. Hedges. J. G
l'ilsbtiry, O. G. Huntley, H. C. Stevens,
Charles Albright. J. W. Moffatt. W. E.
Lewthwaite, H. S. Gibson, E. J. Mc
Kittrick, Charles H. Caufield, R. C.
Ganong, J. II. Moody. L. L. Pickins and
In the matter of the petition for
relief of Samuel Forsythe ; $0 per month
granted, commencing March 1, 1898.
In the matter of the claim of Mr.
Barret for damages for horse having his
leg broken on the public road near
Logan ; continued until next term.
Petition for supervisor to work out
petitioners on Ed. Gruber road ; petition
granted and clerk ordered to notifiy su
pervisor Lins to do such work at once.
In the matter of changing the keeper
of D. H. Tuttle, a pauper ; ordered that
D. H. Tuttle be transferred from the
care of J. W. May to R. Taber and al
lowance be reduced to $8 per month, to
commence February 15, 1898.
in the matter of the petition of K.
Scott, guardian of E.W.Cressy, imbecile
lor rebate ot illegal assessment ; petition
Mrs. Opdyke to have no further as
sistance from the court ; clerk ordered to
notitiy her of same.
In the matter of division of road dis
trict No. 6 ; petition granted and P. P.
High appointed supervisor.
In the matter of the county printing ;
order of January term rescinded and
county printing raised from 5 to 15 cents
In the matter of accepting the con
tractors' work on the Hardscrabble or
Willamette Falls road; on certificate of
C. H. isom, deputy county surveyor, the
clerk is ordered to draw a warrant on
the road fund for the balance of amount.
roution ol William stone lor survey
on vosnorg inn; petition granted. To
bo surveyed Feb. 24th.
Petition of supervisor, district No. 29 ;
laid over until Way term.
Petition of supervisor, district No. 25
laid over untill May term.
Fred Yerger appointed judge of election
in Union precinct in place of George
In the matter of the petition of
Women's Refuge Home of Portland for
aid ; laid over to March term.
In the matter of re-establishing of
section corners of sections 28, 29, 32 and
33. Will flier; report accepted.
In the matter of the reports of clerk
and recorder for the month of January,
1898; clerk fees collected, $220 ; recorder,
Mileage and per diem of county com
luissioners for February term, 1898 ;
Frank Jaggnr 2 days, 1 extra, and 24
mill's, $11.40, 8. F.Marks 2 days, 2 extra,
turn os miies, f w..i.
BOAD HU.I.8 AI.I.OWK1).
District No. 35
G W Owings $
J S Owings
.1 J r.roodwell 1 50
Hud Thompson 1 50
G W Killin 4 00
G W Owings 75
J S Owings 75
K R Killin 3 00
Bud Thompson 75
G W Killin 2 00
G Sottjo 1 1 00
District No. 30
Geo Brown 1 50
John Bistner 75
Win Pollack 3 75
Walter Tinlt 4 80
David Nelson 3 30
Frank Davidson 3 30
Jerry O' Hi van, team 7 80
Henry Gniis 3 On
Olins Moohnke, lumber 9 25
Chits Moohnko, lumber U 05
District No, 27.
Joseph Miller 1 50
Vi A Hi
C F. Young 3
District No. '.'3
Geo B Fox it Co, nails 3 65
C W Porter, repairing dump cart. 50
A Weigan t, use of plow 2 days .... 1 00
11 II Diets 2 00
F Shannon tl 75
M Campbell ... 2 25
D J By lor I 50
J Y Katiffman 75
1) Shephard 1 50
A Greene 2 15
SJ Oglesby 2 0J
J J Taylor 8 25
A Greene. . .
A Weigant 6 75
J J Miller 2 50
M Campbell 3 00
S J Oglesby 9 00
District No. 18
Daniel D Evans 3 00
Frank Shannon , 2 25
WP Daniels 2 00
WE Owens 5 25
W E Owens, hauling corduroy. . . . 6 25
JohiiShannon,makingl500cord'y 11 25
John Shannon, hauling 250 cord y 1 25
John Shannon, delivering 19 rods
and 5 feet of puncheon at 61 cents
per rod 11 81
Thomas Daniels 12 00
Valentine Bohlander 4 50
District No. 16
C. W. Porter, sign board 1 50
District No. 15
C W Porter, repairing scraper .... 50
District No. 14
J LSwafford , 10 00
J Shelley . 6 75
J Gillett 2 00
C Ely 2 00
Ed Titus 1 50
District No. 9
Hans Paulsen 3 50
District No. 12
L H Kirchem 4 50
J C Sprague. .; 3 00
District No. 4
Lon Baker, blacksmithing 125
G J Currin 5 00
T Bowen 75
WJ Currin 75
Ben Forester 75
Dave Hufmaster 1 00
J P Forester, bridge 75
District No. 2
J R Welch 21 00
A Hunter 9 00
J M White . 9 CO
Norris Davis 3 75
Perry Hunter, with team 12 00
F M Summer, with team , 3 00
Witness account, Jan. term
Geo W Knight 4 00
I) W Fisher 4 00
C Sch mitt, jr 4 00
O Adkins 4 40
Fred Hoffman 61 40
Henry Hougham ..... 5 00
George Mayer? 3 80
Mrs Thielman 3 20
W H Robinson 3 00
Frank Foster 3 00"
FM Landers :. 3 00
Willie Imel 3 00
Irwin Wilson... 3 00
Rye Ridgway 3 40
Thos Deacon 3 00
R Landers 3 00
Frank Talbert 3 40
W Wilson 3 00
John Robinson 3 00
MSchulpius 2 00
R B Holcomb 2 00
A E Holcomb 2 00
Dr Strickland 2 00
Thomas Garrett, jr 6 00
sr o uu
MMShively '.. 6 40
Michrel Shively o 4U
Milton " 6 40
(ieorge " 6 40
HO Long 7 30
W Elliott OW
J C Stricklin 6 20
TPSoules 6 00
J B Tavlor 2 20
Total ....$196 90
Juror account, Jan. term
J ,H Daly $,., 80
Henry McGugin , XJ oo
O N Foster . 17 40
G H Webster 14 80
W JCurrin 16 20
Eli Williams 18 40
Leonard Heinz 17 20
R Myers 14 40
K Long 12 4U
Thomas Gibbs 14 20
Henry Mettetoe 15 00
Clay Green 14 60
A F Parker H)
J W Roots 13 00
T S Lawrence 4 20
J G Porter 2 20
W L Beckner 6 20
C Thayer 6 20
C F W Sch mitt 6 20
R T Beattie 6 00
W W Smith 6 20
T Munsen 6 20
ANScoggin 6 00
R Finley 6 20
COBabcock, jr 6 20
J 11 Black 6 20
Joseph Renner 6 20
O Livesay 6 20
J Aldredge 2 20
H A Vorpahl..... 10 00
F A Elv 6 20
W 11 Burghardt 2 00
R W Porter 2 00
VV White 2 00
O Noblitt 2 00
A W France 2 00
JO Bradley 2 00
Total $328 60
B F Smith, jury list, dist No 7, j p c 3 00
Wm Thompson ' 2 00
John Schneitcr " " " 2 00
.'$ 7 00
B K Smith, jpfct's, state vs Nor
O F Yii-ger, constable "
Chas llotiis, witness "
W R Townsend " "
Charles McKeo "
Jacob Yost, " . "
Charles Oglesby " "
G B Diniick, attorney "
Total...' $37 80
I. Stout, assessor's acct 81 00
Ida Stout " " 00 00
Total $141 00
C Schut'hel, j p fees, i'v list, dist 4 3 00
(ieoF Ilorton, freeholder "
T B Hankins
C Schuebel, j p fees .state vs Wilson
M F McCown, constable "
L L Porter, attorney "
O II Isom, road and bridge fund. . 64 00
II li Snow "
Dave Brown " "
G Price "
C 11 Foster "
Sela Norton "
W S Rider "
M A Stauber"
Gilbert Eri "
Total $132 00
O II Isom, sheriff's aect 3 00
Peter Nehren, board of prisoners
for January 32 00
l'eter Nehren, court house 3 MO
M F McCown, j p court 9 40
11 II Johnson, road and bridge... 17 CO
K 1 Hands " " .... 2 00
1) E Henderson " " .... 3 00
William Staffalan'V " .... 3 00,
John Bonnie " " .... 6 00 !
Ina Chase, clerk's account 54 00
Lulu Hankins " 22 00 '
Grace Ely " ' 30 00
Fred S Baker " " 32 00
T B Hankins, sheriff's acct 42 00
Mrs. V. N. Godfrey, pauper acct. 5 00
A Hart, pauper acct 42 00
D W Smith, clerk's acct. 29 75
Oregon City Hospital, pauper acct. 130 79
H Straight, pauper acct 40 55 j
Lydia Winesett, pauper acct 15 00
smvtn x Howard, road and bridge.707 oo
Red Front Trading Oo, pauper acct 6 00
D L Paine, pauper acct 5 00
Mrs. Joanna Law, pauper acct.... 4 10
E L Shaw, insane acct 2 20
H McGugin, circuit ct, Nov term. 2 00
E A Somer, insane account $ 5 00
M W Miller, meals for jury 27 75
Irwin-Hodson Co, stationery. .'. . . 4 00
J H Reed, insane 2 On
Oregon City, pauper account 5 00
RJ Moore 6 00
Riding & Son, pauper acct 10 30
DL Paine 5 00
F O Gadke, court house 1 35
R Freytag, pauper acct 6 30
W H Savage, sheriff's acci 3 00
Herald, stationery 28 50
Herald, printing 17 70
Enterprise, printing 15 70
Wm Frazier, sheriff's acct 1 25
Maude Salisbury, clerk's acct. . . . 18 00
Report of Redland school, fifth month :
Number days taught 20, average number
belonging 38, average daily attendance
37, times tardy 6. Roll of Honor
Maudo Stone, George, Louis, Dora and
Mary Murdock, George Hicinbothem,
Gilmore and Earl Behymer, MaryKam
uscher, Minnie and Lewis Evans, Allen
Slead, Cassie, Ora and Fred Wilcox,
Wallace Belshaw, Carl, Thomas and
Willie Berkley, Harry and Willie Hu
bert, Annie Richardson and Martha and
RosaStiebritz. Visitors Misses Gussie
Funk and Hattie Wilcox, Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Richardson and Mr. and Mrs J. L.
Murdock. Patrons are cordially invited
to visit our school and note our progress.
Chas. Rutherford, Teacher.
The Discovery of the Day.
Aug. J.Bogel, the leading druggist of
Shreveport, La., says: "Dr King's New
Discovery is the only thing that cures
my cough, and it is the best seller I
have." J. F. Campbell, merchant of
Mafford, Ariz., writes: "Dr King's
New Discovery is all that is claimed for
it ; it never fails, and is a sure cure for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds. ,1
cannot Bay enough for its merits " Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds is not an experiment.
It has been tried for a quarter of a
century, and to-day stands at the head,
it never disappoints. Free trial bottle
at Charman & Co.'s Drng Store.
Robbed the Grave.
A startling incident of which
John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the
subject, is narrated by him as follows:
I was in a most dreadful condition
My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken,
tongue coated, pain continually in back
and sides, no appetite gradually grow
ins wnaker dav bv dav. Three nhvsic.
ians had given me up. Fortunately, a
friend advised trying "Electric Bitters,"
and to my great joy and surprise, the
first bottle made a decided improvement,
I continued their use for three weeks,
and am now a well man. I know they
saved my life, and robbed the grave of
another victim." No one should fail to
try them. Only 50c per bottle at Ohar
man & Co.'s drug store.
For Over Fifty Years
An Old and Well-Tried Remedy.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by mil
lions of mothers for their children while
teething, with perfect success. It
eooihes the child, softens the gums
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is
the best remedy for Diarrhoea. Is
pleasant to the taste. Sold by Druggists
in every part of the World. Twenty
five cents a bottle. Its value is in
calculable. Be sure and ask for Mrs
Winsow's Soothing Syrup, and take no
Beauty Is Klood.
Clean blood means a clean skin. No
beauty without it. Cascarets Candy
Cathartic clean your blood and keep it
clean, bv stirring up the lazy liver and
driving all impurities from the body
Beirin to-day to banish pimples, boils
blotches, blackheads, and that sickly
bilious complexion by taking Cascarets
beauty for ten cents. All druggists
satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, oOc
Educate Your Howls Willi Cascarets
Candy Cathartic, cure constipation
forever. 10c, 2oc. If CO. O. fail, drug
gists refund money.
NO CURE-NO PAY.
ThTit Is the vav all druirL'tsts sell GROVE
TASTKLKMS fill I.I. TONIC fur Malaria. Chilli
and Kever. It is simply trim and iiilnlne in are
asteless form. Children love it. Adults ureter
al a bluer, naiiseatiuir Tonics. Frioe oOc. I'ot
sale by U. U. Huntley, PrusKist.
Two Millions a Year.
When peiple buy, try, ind buy anuin
it ineana thev re satisheil. Hid iieopl
of the United Slates are now linyint!
Cascaret Onndy Cathartic at the raie of
two million boxes a vear and it w ill 1h
three mil lion before New Years. It
means merit, proved, that Casrarets are
the most delightful bowel regulator for
everybody the year round. All drug
gists 10, 25, S0 a box, nir guaranteed.
To t'nr Constipation Forever.
Take Casearets Candy Cathartic. 10c
or &"i If C. C. C. fuil to cure, drtitfgists
Like biliousness, dyspepsia, headache, constl
latum, sour stomach, indigestion are promptly
cured by Hood's Pills. They do their work
easily and thoroughly,
ltest alter dinner pills.
25 cents. All druggists.
Prepared by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Ihe ouly rill to Uke with Hood's SarsapatUla.
piTm w.i i. .Vnn. umi. rail 1 1
-SS:l I 1
.Vegetable Preparation for As
similating theTood andReguta
liiig the Stomachs and Bowels of
ncss andRest.Contains neither
Opium.Morphine nor Mineral.
JtoJulU SJtl -simsi
Him Seed .
Aoecfect Remedy for Constipa
tion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea,
mess andLoss OF SLEEK
Tac Simile Signature of
EXACT C0PV OF WHAPPEB.
Resolutions of Condolence.
On the evening of February 11th at a
regular meeting of the Canemah Liter
ary Bociety the following resolutions
were adopted by a unanimous vote :
Whereas, It has pleased God in His
wisdow and in affecting His purposes,
too far superior to human conception
and knowledge to be understood by
man, to remove from our midst and
from their loved ones four respected cit
izens of this community', two of whom
were fathers o( fellow members and one
lately president of this society, and
Whereas, the manner of their death
and its time and suddenness have ren
dered more nearly unbearable the real
ization of their removal forever from
those they loved and for whom they dil
Resolved, That the members of this
society sincerely condole with and 'ex
press the deepest sympathy for the wo
men and children whose dear ones were
so unexpectedly and, as to some of us
it seems, cruelly torn from their homes
and accustomed places, and
Resolved, that a copy of these resolu
tions be given to each of the bereaved
women and fatnilies,.and that they be
spread upon the minutes of the society.
K very body Says 8o.
Casearets Candv Cathartic, the most
wonderful medical discovery of the a(!e,
pleaHant and refieshnit; to the taste, act
ently and positively on kidneys, liver
and howels. clfHiisingtrieentiresystem,
dispel cold", cure headache, fever,
habitual constipation ami biliousness.
Please buy and try a box of O. U. C. to
day ; 10, 2S, 50 cents. Sold and guaran
teed to cure by nil imiirgintH.
LAXATIVE BrOMO QjInINE TABLETS
Move the bowels irently. relieves the Cough
mires the feverish condition and Headache
making- tt the best and quickest remedy for
Coughs, Colds, and La (trlppe. Cures lu one
dv. No cure, no pay. P'lecKc
3 RAMBLER ROSES ,
White, Yellow, Crimson.
Will make a magnificent hedge, beautiful
shade for the piazza, or charming bed. Con
stant bloomers. Terfectly hardy. One
plant will produce thousands of flowers.
Three plants, one each color, for
Only 40 Cents, Delivered,
Tree Upon Application :
GARDEN AND FLORAL
TJTE BUSy MAWS CATAIOCVE
and the Ladies' Gardener and Adviser
The only on containing ftill Descriptions and Dlreo
i, inn fur nlsiitlns hiuI culture ; so cuuiiirelieuaive, con-i1i-iimI.
ciaftiiutMaii'l Indexed that
lie- Who Kuns Hny Head. Many illustrations
fiom nature. Uolortil iilalea of 8wet Pww, iRslur
liuius. lulieroin Btwmlua, (MnVn Day Lily, Cactus
liHlilias. liavbrealt AHlers. Result hilly eiiiUwwed cover:
r.tlarge pau'ia completely filled with honest llliulrauous
JAMES VICKS SONS,
Rochester, N. Y,
(for the postage)
The Famous Gardening Authority.
Is a Terttahle mtns of Information about Flown, Vff
HaOlea and Fruits, and how lo grow and car for llnm
uivwwfuUy. The phi's of Vkk s lllulratl MnnllilT
MaKaxine is FifW tviiw per tear. Inn If yti will rr
aim this milium wild alx two-rent lnni
i. ma,':ui- w ill i mailed lo you legultul lor six
nonius for trial. Write al onc to
Y1CK PUBLISHING CO., Rochester, H. Y.
IS ON THE -
Castorla It put tip in one-sizs bottlei only. It
li not sold la balk. Don't allow anyone to tell
yon anything elso on the plea or promise that It
is "jnst as good" and "will answer every pur
pose," 4S-8ce that you get 0-A-8-T-0-E-I-A. I
TV ft flda
stalls ST Vi .2L linl
In the Circuit Court for the 8tate of Oregon for
the County of Clackamas.
Mary F. Morris, Plaintiff, vs. Frank F. Morris,
To Frank F. Morris.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON
you are hereby commanded to appear and
answer the complaint tiled against you in the
above entitled Court on or before Monday, the
18th day of April, 1SU8, the same being the first
day of the next regular term of the above en
titled Court following this publication and If
you fall to so appear the plaintiff will apply to
the Court for the relief demanded in the com
plaint towil: For a decree dissolving the bonds
of matrimony existing between yourself and the
the plaintiff and for such other and further re-
uei as t equity may seem meet.
This summons Is published by order of Hon.
T. A. McBride, judge of the above entitled Court,
on the 24th day of January, 18i8, at Oregon City,
Oregon. R. H. WILBUR,
Attorney for the Plaintiff.
Dated, Tuesday, February 1, 1898.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for
the County of Clackamas.
Dan Lyons, Flalntlffvs. M. H. Flannagani Kate
Vlannagan, Clara Fields, trustee, Clsra K.
Morey and Charles Logus, administrators of the
estate of Julius Logun, deceased, Defendants.
State of Oregon, County of Clackamas, ss,
BY VIBTUK OF A JUDGMENT ORDER, DE
cree and an execution, duly Issued out of
and under the seal of tnesbove entitled court, in
the above entitled cause, to me duly directed
and dated the '27th day of January, 1898, upon
a judgment rendered and entered In said court
on the 13th day of January, 18U8,;in lavor of
Dan Lyons, plaintiff, and against M. H. Klanna.
gan, Kate Klannagan, Clara Fields, trustee, Clara
E Morey and Charles Logus.administratorBofihe
estate of Julius Loims, deceased, defendants, for
the sum ol ibiu.uu, with interest thereon at the
rate oi 10 per cent, per annum from tbe 18th day
of January, WM, and the further sum of ftiO.OO as
attorney's fee, and the further sum of fl&.Oo,
costs and disbursements, and the costs of and
upon this writ, commanding me to make sale of
the following described real property situate in
the county of Clackamas, slate ol Oregon, to-wlt:
Lot eight (8) in block fourteen (14) in Clackamas
County addition to the town of Oregon City, said
block beiugalso known as block 129 on the Mc
Laughlin plat of said Oregon City.
Now, therefore, by virtue of said execution,
judgment order and dcoree, and in compliance
with the commands of said writ, I will, on Satur
day, the 2iith day of February, 1898, at the hour of
one o'clock p. m at the trout door of the county
c-oui t house in the city ol Oregon City, in said
county and state, sell at public auction, subject
to redemption, to the highest bidder, for u. 8.
gold coin, cash in hand, all the right, title and
interest which the within named defendants or
either of them, had on the date of the mortgage
herein or since had in or to the above described
real property or any part thereof, to satisfy said
execution, judgment order, decree, interest, coBta
and all accruing costs. G. W. GRACE,
fcheriff of Clackamas County. Oregon.
Dated, Oregon City, Or., January 27, 181W.
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