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ONE OFJWO WAYS
The bladder was created (or one pur
pose, namely, a receptacle for the urine,
and as sm h it 'm not liable to any form of
disease except by one of two way. The
first way is trom imperfect action of the
kidneys. The second way is from care
lees local treatment of oilier diseases.
Unhealthy urine from unhealthy kid
neys isthechiefcaiiseof bladder troubles
Bo the womb, like the wanner, was creat
ed for one purpose, and if not doctored
too much is not liable to weakness or
disease, except in rare cases. It is
jituated back of any very close to the
bladder, therefore any pain, diseiise or
inconvenience manid uteil in the kidneys,
bark, bladder or urinary passage is often,
by mistake, a'tiibmed tofema'e weak
ness or womb troubles of some sort.
The err.r is easily made and may be as
easily avoided. To find out correctly,
set your urine aside for twenty four
hours; a sediment or settling indicates
kidney or bladder trouble The mild
and "the extraordinary effect of Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney
and bladder remedy in 'n realized
If you nerd medicine you should have
the best. At druggists fiity cent and
one dollar. Yon ma,y have a sample
bol'le and pamphlet, both cent free bv
mail upon receipt of three tvo-cent
stamps to cover oust of postage on the
bottle. Mention Oregon City Courikr
and send your address to Dr Kilmer &
Co., Bingliamton, N Y. The proprie
tor of this paper guarantee the genuine
ness of this i ffer.
F. C. GADKE,
Plumbing and Tinning.
Jobbing of All Kinds
Artistic House Painting
Leave Orders at Ely Bros., on Seventh Street,
Oregon fifty, Oregon .
CHAS. CATTA, Proprietor
Oregon City, Oregon
Pure Milk and Full Measure
given; delivered to any
part of the city.
Try Bolton Dairy and be ConTneed'
W. II. YOUNG'S
Livery & Feed Stable
Cor. Main and 4th St.
OREGON CITY, OREGON
Job Printing at the
Tlili old on armed ipeelalliit, ofHt, Louis,
well known by till long realdanoa and siio
oemfully practice In this city, continue lo
nrrrWiilly treat all kinds of olirouio ami
WW TDP k TUmil forth poor who cull
inrjfj 1 Rlin 1 flLLn 1 In peraou at the oilloe
BLOOD AND SKIN Hmples'Scrofiil'a, Hyph.
In 10 Tallin. Tumors. Tellers. Enema itnil
TtliiT Impurities of the blond thoroughly
radicated, leaving the System In a strung,
pure and healthful stale,
DTJTTTTIf rnTQUf treated by an old German
AD L U 111 JU lOlU remedy. This remedy win
presented to Dr. Kenseler by a trlund in
Berlin, lthaa never failed,
POnprO Ulcers, Cancers, ats,, treated, no
UUilllU difference bow Ion affected.
KIDNEY AND URINARY COMPLAINTS.
paioiiil, dllllcult, too Irrqnclit, milky or lilooov
urine, IliiHlural discharge, OHrelully treated,
Pihs, rheumatism auii neuralgia treated by
Hir new reuieules.
Take a clear bottle at bedtime and urinate
in t he bottle, set aside and look at it in I lie
umriiliiK. If it Is cloudy, of has a cloudy act
lllng in it, you have some kidney or bladder
TIPF WflDHI removed In twenty-four hours
I iUIj ItUIllUHee worms lu window at of.
tee l.'i lo 8ft teel long.
RBPnTII CT1"KIV! w " pemons every
DULilln OllrlaO day whose brent l smells
i bud II is disgusting. This comes from Ca
tarrh ol elt her the nose or stomach, llo and
'e examined. It ran be cured before tile
isiil liones becomes Involved.
rflIINP, MTW lf y,m troubled with nlglu
lUUllU 111 till emissions, exliausllngilnilin,
ilnililes, banhfullieaa, avers on to society,
.liipidness, despondency, loss of energy, alli
en ion and eli-ooiitldence, whioli deprive you
it your uiHiihood and alisolulnly unlit you
fur study, business or marrlage-lf you are
Unix Hillicted you may know the Cause no
end tie 1 routed. v
wei.k, iioliing backs and kidneys; frequent,
pilulul urination and sediment In uilnei Ini
potency or weakness ol sexual organs, and
mlicr unmistakable slgus of nervous debllltv
ami premature decay, Many die of I hi
JHIIenlly, Ignorant of the cause. The most
iibsiitiute canes of this character treated.
PP1VATP d1"""- Oleet, Gonorrhea, In
I IU I IU El fianiallona. Dischargee, Strictures.
Weakness of Organs, Syphilis, llydrvoola
Varicocele and kindred trouble treated.
Consultation Fret) to All.
Office Uocm: From 9 A. M. to
8 P.M. Call or address
J. Henri Kessler M. D.
At St. Louis Dispensary,
. aaO YAMHILL STRICT.
Hold the Key to the Situation An Hon
orable Union of Forces Will
Populists, democrats and silver repuh
licang met in this city Saturday and
each chose delegates to the state conven
tions which met in Portland yesterday.
The result of their deliberations leave no
room for doubt as to the future course of
the anti-gold standard forces in Clacka
mas county. They are for an honorable
union of forces.
The much talked of bo t to be made
by the middle of the roailers simmered
down to six delegates ; four from Eagle
Creek and two from Borings. These
delegates I'ffered no abuse and showed
no disposition to treat their fellow popu
lists with scorn or contempt. They
frankly nd manfully stated their posi
tion Hid they felt confident the princi
ples of poptiliHm could never be at
tained by fusion; that the demo
crats would not endorse the platform
proposed in the referendum vote; that
they hud fooled the greenback party
and wmild foul the populist party into a
fusion i.nly to desert the populist nomi
nees on the ticket on election day and to
renounce every concession they would
now ninke in order to get their portion
of the ticket in oliice. While they con
stituted but a hai dful of the convention,
yet no d' legate offeied to question their
honesty of purpose or iinputf" their
motives. The presumption indulged in
by the republican pie-hui ters that these
men or their following will vote Mark
Hanna republican ticket is a fancv born
of a supreme ignorance of the stuff these
reformers sre miide of. We believe
tbey sre wrong in not abiding by the
vote 34 against and 391 for union ; they
believe their course is justifiable and
that the future will vindicate their
course. We believe tbey have erred in
their decision, but do not count them on
the nide of plutocracy nor expect to hear
01 a single one ot them voting the re
publican ticket njxt June.
CONVKNTION IN DETAIL.
Chairman Thiensen called theconven
tion to order and appointed Robert
Ginther as secretary pro. tern.
Temporary organization was com
pleted by the election of W. W. Myers
chairman and Kobert Uinther, secre
Messrs. J. P. Cole, T. B. HamVns, H
Thiesaen, Clias. Spence and Stephen
Hutchinson were appointed committee
on credentials. Messrs. Robert Bchubel,
Geo. Ogles by, W. W. AuBten, F. E.
Casto and Dr. Powell, were appointed
on order of business. The convention
then adjourned to 1 :45 p. m.
The report of the committee on ere
dentials was adopted and the following
delegates seated : (As the report of the
committee on credentials could not be
found anywhere, it is impossible to give
the list of delegates. A partial list was
printed last week.)
The committee on order of business re
ported as follows and report adopted :
We the undersigned your committee
on order of business report the following
1. Report of committee on credentials
2. Election of permanent chairman
6. lection of permanent secretary
4. Election of ten delegates to the
5. Deciding the time f ir holding
county convention for the nomination of
candidates tor county and legislative of-
The temporary organization was made
Under first order of business Messrs,
U'Uen, llolcomb, Meindl and Spence
were appointed tellers and C. A. Fitch
aBsisiant seer tary. The ballot on dele'
gates to the state convention resulted in
the election of :
A. Lacey, C. A. Fitch, W. 8. U'Ren
W. W. Myers, Ueorge Ogle, II. ThleS'
sen, R. T. Dibble, Elmer Dixon, Robert
DCtiuebel, J. W. Thomas.
1 tie vote on union or no union was
canvassed by the committee and the re
sult was 391 for union ; 34 against.
motion offered by Mr. Spence embody
ing instructions to delegates was voted
down, l.acli delegate, however, hai
pledged himself in line with the spirit of
Mr. U'Ren moved as an advisory vol
to the county central committee that the
regular county convention tor nominal
ing a county ticket be held on April 4th
two days before the republican countv
convention. Mr, fitch moved to amen
uy striking out "4th" and inserting
"111" Mr. freit Aleindl offered a
amendment to the amendment placing
the (late at the Saturday following tl
republican convention. Both ameni
ments were lost and the original motion
Convention then adjourned.
The Democratic Convention.
About 1(H) delegates from the several
county precinct met at Pope's hall on
Saturday, the UUli, to elect 13 delegate
to state convention.
County Chainuan J. J. Cooke and
Secretary A. W. Cheney were made
ollicers of the meeting.
The chair appointed the following
committees on credentials E.L). Kelly
u. w. ltoDiuns, v. K. llvde. T,
Lawrence and Ira Jones; on resolutions
H. A. Sillier. C. N. Waite, T. F. Cow
ing, J. E. Jack and T. L. Turner J on
order ot business J. K. Gribhlu.
Seaver, Mort Robbing, P, J. Ridings and
The convention then adjourned till
one o clock when the three commute
reports were adopted
u. v. Kotitiius and J. t:. jack wore
appointed tellers and the meeting
proceeded to vote for delegates to state
convention, and the following were
elected: J. K.Griblilcg of Macksbttrg
11. 1.. auglian of MollaK J. E. Jiu
and Mort Robbins of Marquttm, T, 1.
Turner of Tualatin, O. N. Waite of
Can by, D. W. Kelsoy of Oswego, and R
A. .Miller, T. t. Cowing, K. J. Kelly
Ira Jones, J. J. Cooke and Y. R. Hyde
01 uregou uuy.
Resolved, That the democrats of
Clackamas county in convention as
sembled fully and" heartily endorse and
appropriate the nine reasons for co-operation
of all Bilver forces given by that
sterling disciple and exponent of hi
mettalituii, lion. W.J. Bryan, and add
and endorse the initiative and
1st They are unalterably opposed to
2nd They demand the immediate
restoration of bimetalism at the present
ratio by the independent action of this
drd ll;ey oppose th retirement, of
4th They oppose the issue of naner
money by national banks.
5th They oppose the issue of interest
bearing bonds in time of peace.
6th They favor the income tax as a
means of raising a part of the revenue
necessary to administer the federal
7th 1 hey favor the abolition of trusts.
8th Thev are onnosed to eovernment
9th lhey are in favor of arbitration
as a means of settling disputes between
moor ana capital.
10th The enacting of the initiative and
referendum and the pursuing of direct
Resolved, That it is the sense of this
convention, that delegates chosen to
represent Clackamas county in the
democratic Btate convention, to be held
on the 26d mst., should attend that con
vention in pprson if possible and m case
of the inability of any delegate to so
attend, his p'oxy shall be given to some
member of the delegation, and in case
of his absence the delegaiion shall cast
tne vote ol tne absentee.
Whereas, The trusts and combines.
the corporations and the representatives
of the national banks are intrenched in
power and are in possession of all the
functions of our government as the
results of the lavish and unscrupulous
use of enormous sums of money in onr
ast presidential election ; coupled with
every species of intimidation and fraud ;
thereby defeating thp will of the Ameri
can people at the polls, and
Whereas, The promises, pledges, and
prophesies of these representatives of
centralized wealth were made to deceive
and have been proven false, it now
devolves upon a great people to register
a just verdict against these despoilers of
our national honor, these jugglers with
national confidence and these wreckers
of our national propenty ; and
W hereas, The H,ngiish gold standard
has been elevated even above our "Stars
and S'ripes" by these apers after
royalty ; and
w hereas, The the wealth producers.
the laborers, tlieartizan, the farmer and
the patriotic, business men of the country
are found lighting under the silver
banner, though in different political
parties ; and
wnereas, I he supreme need of the
hour demands the alliance of all these
silver forces against the common enemy.
entrenched behind the single gold
standard, therefore be it
Resolved, That the democracy of
Clackamas county in conventinn as
sembled ever mindful of the liberties of
the people and exalting patriotism above
partisanship hereby demand that our
delegates elected to attend the state
convention use all honorable means to
effect a union of the silver fnrces in the
Abernethy R. L. Russell, B. S. Bel-
lomy (R. A. Miller proxy), M. Huerth
(W. L. Keckner proxy), W. L. Beckner,
C. W. Jennings (J R. Seavers proxy),
R.Seavers, R. A Miller, Joe Fromong
(K. A. Miller proxy.)
Barlow W. W. Jesse, L. Grazer. Wm
Covey, V. A. Hovis.
Canby C. N. Wait, f . L. Coleman,
J. A. Cox (Chas. N. Wait proxy),
Henry Smith (P. L. Coleman proxy).
i . r.. etaimaKer.
Canyon Creek John Dolan (L, P
Williams proxy), L. P. Williams.
Canemah T. M.Long (S.J. Vaughan
proxy). C. W. Ganong, u. (J. tields
Clackama J. v btrite, A. ft. tlol-
comb, D. L. Prettyman, Wm Johnson,
M. Hubbard, J. Uaftney.
Damascus L. 0. Metzner, 5 votes.
Eagle Creek P. Judd, S. A. Douglas,
J. J. Judd, II. C. tiithens, W J. Currin
(11. C. tiithens proxy.)
George Fred Rath, Frank Almert,
(rred Kath proxy.)
Harding 0. D. Robbins, Frank Wil
son, A M. Kirchem, C. A. Richey.
Highland II. W. Card, Kd. Leich
tweis (II. W. Gard proxy), John Leich
tweis (II. W. Gard proxy), Thos Thom
son (II. W. Gard proxy), Jacobson,
(II . W. Uurd proxy.)
, Maple Lane A. T. Ilowland, F. D.
Carroll, Joseph R. Myers, W. B. Staf
ford, B. F. Linn.
Marquain P J Ridings, J E Jack, S
R Taylor, Mort Robbins, Geo Birchet,
Macksburg A D Gribblo, John Daly,
Li h Howers, J K. (iribbie.
Oswego D W Kelsey (3 proxies for)
wm Smith, D M Davidson, Wm Davis
Oregon City No. 1 J. J. Cooke. T. F
Cowing, E. D. Kelly, John F Jennings
A.N. Munsey, Robert Caufield (E D
Kelly proxy), A. H. Schwan.
Oregon City No. 2 II . Straight, V. R,
Hyde, A. W.Cheney, T. 8. Lawrence
Fred Muck (T.S.Lawrence proxy), S
Crumbley (Chas Kelly proxy), Sam
Straight proxy), W. W
R. Hyde proxy), Charles
Pleasant Hill Herman Pepper, 3
Tualatin T. L. Turner, Louis Toedte-
nieier, S. r . Sharp.
Upper Molalla Oren Cutting, Jacob
Harlcss, O W Robbins, W O Vaughan
W II Engle, II L Vaughan, Oliver Hob.
bins, John Trullinger, Samuel Engle
Needy J F Campau, W C Sorrels, N
J Hardesty (J F Campau proxy), Win
West Oregon City (Ira Jones proxy
for) Hiram H. Blanketifhip, Ira Jones,
J. B. lianev, B Thompson, James
Thompson, John Crcegan, Chas. E.
Sliver Kopublicaii Convention.
The silver republicans of Clackamas
county met in mass convention at Justice
Schuebel's oliice at 11 a. m., Saturday.
The meeting was called to order by Wil
liam Barlow, chairman of the county
central committee, who on motion was
made permanent chairman of the con
vention. On motion tho following declaration of
principles were unanimously adopted :
We demand the free and unlimited
coinage of gold and silver at the present
legal ratio of 16 to 1, independent ol
the action of any other nation.
We demand that all money shall be
issued directly by the government, in
quantity attenuate for the needs of the
people, and all money so issued, whether
gold, Bilver or paper, shall be a full legal
tender for all debts, public or private.
We demand that no contract or law
shall discriminate against any money
issued by the government.
We demand the speedy repeal of the
national banking laws.
We demand that there shall be no
.urther issues of United States interest-
ing bearing bonds in time of peace.
We proteBt against any legislation for
tho retirement of the "United States
treasury notes, (greenbacks), the money
with which, under the republican ad
ministration of our revered and martyred
Lincoln, the nation was preserved from
We demand the election of all officers
by the direct vote of the people.
We believe that under a republican
form of government, all laws enacted for
the people, and we therefore demand
direct legislation by the people.
The following resolution was also
unanimously adopted by the conven
tion. Resolved, That we favor a union with
all reform parties that are in favor o
uniting against the silver single gold
The following were placed in nomina
tion for delegates to the state conven
tion, and on motion were nnaninmuBh
elected: William Barlow, of Bailow;
George Knight and William Mack, ol
Canby, S. W. Morgan, of Oregon City,
and Thomas Pusey, of Barlow.
Collars, cuff s and leather belts, at the
Hair Switches, at the Racket Store.
Good roast or green coffee 9c pound,
raisins 4c, smoking tobacco 15c pound,
bluestone 5c, oranges and lemons lc
each, garden hoe 25c, Red Front Trad
A Sure Tliiiiic for Yon.
A transaction in which you cannot lose
is a sure thing, mnousness, sick neao
ache, furred tongue, fever, piles and a
thousand other ills are caused hy con
stlpation and sluggish liver. Oascareti'
Candy Cathartic, the wonderful new
iver stimulant and intestinal tonic are
by all druggists guaranteed to cure oi
money refunded C. C. C. are a aim
lung, fry a box to-dav ; 10c, 2ac, fiOc
Sample and booklet free. All druggistx
Everybody Says So.
Cascarets Oandv Cathartic, the most
wonderful medical discovery of the age,
pleasant and refreshing to the taste, act
gently and positively on kidneys, livet
and bowels, cleansingtheentiresvstem.
dispel colds, . cure headache, fever,
habitual constipation and biliousness
PleaHe buy and try a box of C- C. C. to
day ; 10, 25, 50 cents. Sold and guaran
teed to cure by all druggists.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cats.
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively cures Piles
or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction or money re
nnded. Price 25 cents per bo. For
sale by Charman & Co.
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE TABLETS
Move the bowels trently. relieves the Couth
cures the feverish coudition and Headurm
making tl the beet and Quickest remedy for
Coughs. Colds, and La Grippe. Cures In one
day. M cure, no pay. P-lceKo.
Educate YourHowla With Casoareta
Candy Cathartic, cure constipation
forever. 10c, 25c. If C.C.C. fail, drug'
gists refund money.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. Al
druggists refund the money lf it fails to oure, 25
TO CURE A COLO IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
Druggists refund the money if It fails lo oure. 25c
Notice is hereby given to any and all
persons who have taken up or purchased
lots in what is known as the Oregon
City Cemetery to apply to the City
Recorder, on or before May 1st, 1898, for
a certificate of title to same. All lots or
portions of lots in said cemetery for
which certificates of title have not been
issued by the said first day of May, 1898
shall lie considered as unpurchased am
the title to same shall revert to the city
and the holders or claimants shall be
considered as forfeiting all rights that
thev have acquired in the premises.
This notice is published by order of
the committee on city cemetery and all
persons interested are earnestly request
ed to take the necessary action to pro
Dated at Oregon City, Oregon, this
11th day of March. 1898.
Thob F. Ryan,
Recorder of Oregon, Ore
For Over Fifty Years
An Old and Well-Tried Remedy.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for over fiftv years by mil
lions of mothers for their children whil
teething, with perfect success. I
sow lies the child, soitens the gums
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is
the best retnedv for Diarrhrea.
pleasant to the taste. Sold by Druggists
in every part of ttie World. Twenty
five cents a bottle. Its value is in
calculable. Be sure and ask for Mrs
Winsow's Soothing Syrup, and take no
Grit'ssen &. Hallwyer, Props,
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Elegunt Family Rooms.
OREGON CITY - OREGON
Weak Men Made Vigorous
What PEFFERS NERVIGOR Did!
It acta powerfully and quickly. Cures when an
others Cull Young men regain lost maunood; old
men recover youiuiui vigor. Aoaoiuieir uiiur
ttiiiAKil in riire NiirvfliifliiMii. Lost vitality.
Iiniiotency, Sightly Kmiiwloo,.It Power,
ithrx, railing memory, iihiihi
mm, ana all rfKltnf $tt,t-abut or aefttt and
(n.iicrf(ion Wards off Insanity and consumption.
Don't let druggist Impose a worthies substitute on
you oeeanse it vicioa a greater rroni. iusim ou nov
lug PKKFKK'SMiRVHiOK.orsendforlt fan
be carried In vest ixs ket. Prepaid, plain wrapiwr,
fl per box. or tt for f .1. with A Written inar
antcetol ureoc tirtuntl Money, l'ainphlttfre
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For Sale by Charman k Co.
liig the Stomachs and Bowels of
ncss andRest.Contains neither
Opwm.Morphine nor Mineral
Pumpkin SttJ" .
lmtnmnt - f
rimfudSuair . I
A perfect Remedy forConstipa-
llOIl, SOUr OlUUlilUl.lJiaiiiiuta
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
osss and LOSS OF SLEEP.
Tac Simile Signature of
EXACT COPY 0? VBAPPEB.
in the Circuit Court of the Btate of Oregon, for
lue rouuiy oi uackamas.
R. Roork, Plaintiff, vr. Nancy L. ftunter, J. C.
Rourk.KHza W. Roork, Sallna A.Green, Ida A.
Grill, Mrs. Roberts, widow of J. W. Roork, de
ceased; P. H. K Kirk, James L. Roork, Annie
E. Hale, Mrs. Carrie Powell, Sarah C. Kelly,
Ada E. Telderman, Pearl Roork, Bam. A.
Kelly, Mrs. McKenzle, John B. Kelly, Benj. J.
Kelly, Mrs. Lillle Dundee, Mrs. Moriah Buoy,
unknown children of Mrs. (,'orlniu Culbert
win, deceased; unknown children of Mrs.
Rosa M. Calvin, deceased; unknown child
ren of Harvey Roork, deoeased; W. M. Hack
ler. (i. W. Hackler, Mahal a Haokler, Eliza
PetHjnhn. J. B. Hackler, T.J. Hnckler, Jamiim
Kittrell, K. A. Hackler, and all other heirs I
uiianuwu ui inua. n. nuuia, ucceueeu,
To Nancy I,. Hunter, J. C. Roork, Eliza W. Roork,
Sallna A. Ureen, Ida A. Urill, Mrs. Huberts,
widow of J. W. Koork, deceased; P. H. Roork,
Jas. L. Roork, Annie . Hale, Mrs. Carrie
Powell, Barah 0. Kelly, Ada B. Telderman,
Pearl Koork, Bam. A. Kelly, Mrs. MoKenzie,
John B. Kelly, Ben). J. Kelly, Mrs. Liltie
Dundee. Mrs. Moriah Buoy; unknown child
ren of Mrs. Corinna Culbertson, deceased;
unknown children Mrs. Rosa M. Calvin, de
ceased; unknown children of Harvey Roork,
doceascd: W. M. Haokler, ti. W. Haokler,
Mahala Hackler, Eliza Petiijohn, J. S. Hack
ler. T. J. Hackler, Jamtna Kittrell, K A.
Hackler, and all other heirs, unknown, of
Thomas R Roork, deceased; said Defendants.
YOIT AND EACH OP YOU ARE HKREBY
required to be and appear in the above
entitled court on or before the second day of the
next renulivr term thereof, to-wit: The lath day
of April, 1898, to answer the oomplalnt against
you in the above entitled suit, and if you lail so
10 do the plaintiff will lake a decree against you
and each of you for the relief demanded in the
complaint, to-wit: That the plaintiff be decreed
to Lie tne owner oi tne soumwesi quarter ui sec
tion 7, township 'l smith ol ranite 4 east oi lue
Willamette Meridian, being the donation land
claim of I'hus. Koork, in Clackamas county, Ore
gon, and that you ami each of you be forever de
barred from asserting anv claim thereto, and tor
Mich other relief as shall seem meet and proper.
Thin summons Is published by order of Hon.
T. A. McHrluY. inch of said court, made lu open
court on the 25th day of January, 18U8.
ii. E. lkuss, Attorney lor riainun.
WANTED TRUSTWORTHY AND ACTIVE
L'elilleinen or ladies to travel for responsible,
established house in Oregon. Monthly 5 and
expenses. Position steady Reference. Enclose
self addressed stamped envelope. The Dominion
Company, Dept. Y, Chicago.
t ii the Circuit Court of the Btate of Oregon, for
the county oi ciacKiunas.
Anna W. Mathews, Plaintiff, vs. George R. Ded-
man and Clara 8. Dedinan, his wife, trail (!.
Johnson and Johnson, his wife, and
Augeline Berry, Defendants.
To George R. Dedinan, Defendant
IN THE NAME OF THE 8TATK OF OREGON,
You are hereby required to appear and answer
the complaint tiled against you in the above en
titled cause by the tirBl day of the next term of
court after the expiration of the publication of
this summons, to-wit., by Mouday, April 18th,
181)8, and if you fail to so answer for want there
ol, tlM plaintiff will apply to the court for the
relief demanded in the complaint, to-wit: For
judgment against you for SISiii.iW. with interest
from December 47th, 18115, at the rate of It) per
cent per annum, and f4u.35 with interest from
May ilth, 18H7, al 10 per cent per annum; and
il7i.0U as attorneys' fees; all in United Slates
gold coin, together with the costs and disburse
ments of tills suit, and for a decree foreclosing
plalntitt's mortgage upon the following described
properly in Clackamas county, state of Oregon,
to-wit: All of tract "K," Clackamas Riverside,
according to the duly recorded map and plat
thereof on tile or record lu the otllce of Ike
Recorder of Conveyances of Clackamas county,
staie of Oregon; and for the sale of said properly
to satisfy said Judgment and barring and fore
closing 'you of all rigiil, claim or equity of re-
redemption in said premises and every part
thereof and for such other ana lurtner relict as
to ttie court may seem meet and equitable.
This nublication is maile bv order of Hon
John B. Clelaud, Judge of the clrouit court of
tlie state of Oregon, for the county of Multno
mah. Ri'tinur In tiie absence from Clackamas
county of Hon. Thomas A. McBride, Judge of the
circuit court ot tno state ol uregou, lor saiu
county of Clackamas, which order was duly
made March id, lsns.
KENTON, BRONOtHlH & MU1R,
Attorneys tor Plaintiff.
In the Circuit Court of the Btate of Oregon, for
the County of Clackamas.
Nellie L. Fuller, Plaintiff, vs. Albert Fuller, De
To Albert Fuller. Defendant. In the name of
theslate of uregou: You are hereby required lo
appear and answer the complaint tiled against
you in tne Hoove emuicu sutv on or ueiore tno
tirstdayof the next term, to-wit; On Monday,
ihe lsth day of April, 1MI8; and lf you fail to
answer for want thereof, the plaintiff will apply
to the court for the relief demanded in the said
complaint, towit: A dissolution of the marriage
contract existing between said parties, and that
plaintiff be awarded the custody of the minor
This summons is published by order of Judge
John B. Clelaud. which order was made and
dated March od. 18'J.
C. D. D. C. LATOl'RETTE,
' Attorneys for Plaintiff.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the County Court of the State of Oregon, for
the County of Clackamas.
In the matter of the estate of George Freeman,
VOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN BY THE
1 undersigned the administratrix of the estate
of George Freeman, deceased, to the creditors
of, and all persons having claims against the
said deceased, to exhibit them with the neces
sary vouchers, within six months after the first
publication of this notice, to the said adminis
tratrix at the office of Hedges & Griffith in Ore
gon City, Clackamas County, Oregon.
Hedges & Griffith,
Attorneys for Administratrix.
In the Circuit Court of the Btate of Oregon, for
the County of Clackamas. ,
A. E. Latotirette, Executrix, Plaintiff, vs. Q. W.
N. Taylor, John Ecker, Daniel MoCarly and
Olive McCarty, Defendants.
State of Oregon, County of Clackamas, as.
BY VIRTUE OF A JUDGMENT ORDER, DE
cree and an execution, duly Issued out of
and under the seal of tne above entitled court, in
the above entitled cause, to me duly directed
and dated the 23d day of February, 1898, upon
Judgments rendered and entered in said court
on the 24th day of January, 1898, in favor of
A. E. Latourette.Executrlx, plaintiff, and against
U. W N. Taylor, John Ecker, Dauiel McCarty
and Olive McCarty, defendants, being for the
following amounts against the several defen
dants; against Defennant G. W. N. Taylor the
sum of fill, with interest thereon at the rate of
ten per cent per annum from the 24th day of
January, 18'.8, and the further sum of 50 as
attorney's fees, and the further sum of $15 as
costs and disbursements, and against Defendant
Daniel McCarty for f'2600, and the further sura of
fiOOas attorney's fees, and against John Kcker,
oeienuaut, lor tne sum oi o.i. Desiaes WO as
attorney's fees, and against each and every
of said defendant!! for the costs of and upon
una writ, coininauuiug me 10 maae sine oi ine
following described property in the following
order and proceeds to be applied as hereaiter
first The N or the K yt ol the w w ol Sec.
30 and the W U of the B E ii of 8 W i of Sec. :),
and lots fl and 7 of Bee. 80; all In Twp.4 8, R. 1 K.
of the Willamette Meridian, the proceeds of the
sale of the same to be applied first to the pay
ment of the amounts found due pliiintitl herein
from defendant G. W. N. Taylor and second to
the amount found due this plaintiff from de
fendant naniel McCarty and to sell: Second
The E i of the 8 E i of 8 W of said Sec. 80
in said Twp. 4 8., R. 1 E. of the Willamette Mer.
idiam, and that t he proceeds of sale of said last
described property be applied first to the pay
ment of any balance that may remain unpaid
upon the amount found due as above from de
fendant G. W. N. Taylor to this plaintiff, and the
balance, if any, lo be applied to tilt amount
fniitid due this plaintiff from this defendant
John Ecker as above specilied.
Now, therefore by virtue of said execution,
Judgment order aud decree, and in compliance
with the commands of said writ, I will, on Satur
day, tne 2d day of April, IS'jS, al the hour ot
two o'olock p. ni , at the front door of the county
couit house in the city of Oregon City, in said
county and state, sell at public auction, subject
to redemption, to the highest bidder, for U. 8.
f;old coin, cash in hand, all the right, title and
uterest which the within named defendants,
O.W.N. Taylor, Daniel McCaity and Olive Mc
carty, or either of them, had on tho mortgage
herein, to-wit: April 21st, 1890, or since had in anj
to the first above described real property, or any
part thereof, as well as the right, title and inter
est which the defendants within named, U. W.
N. Taylor and John Ecker, or either of them, bad
on the date of the mortgage herein, to-wit: A; ril
21st, 181, or since had in or to the last above
described real property or any part thereof, to
satisfy said execution, Judgment order, decree,
interest, costs, disbursements and all accruing
costs. G. W. GRACE
Sheriff of Clackamas Countv, Oregon .
Dated, Oregon City, Or., February 24, lSim.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,
fur the County of Clackamas.
V. Rechner, Plaintiff, vs. J. P. Watkins, Albert
Watkins, John Waikius, Floyd Watkins, Bessie
Polan, J. Folan, et al., Defendants.
To J. P. WatkliiB aud John Watklus, said de
fendants. IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON:
You are hereby required to appear and answer
the complaint filed against you in the above en
titled suit on or before the first day of the next
term of said court, beginning April lMh, 1mi8,
and II you fail to answer for waul thereof, the
plaintiff will apply lo the court for the relief de
manded In said complaint, to-wit., the foreclos
ure of a cerain mortgage of (li'iO, given by you
to plaintiff upon the following described prop
erty, Bituate in said county, namely: A pari of
the D. L. C. of Samuel D. Francis and w ife and
being in section 8,Tp. 8 8., R.2 E. of the Willam
ette meridian; heKinuinii al a point 20 feet fast
ol the SE. corner of the D. L. C. of L. D. C. 1-at-onrette
No 8a in said township and range, run
ning inence norm 10 minute west lo.ll lialns;
thence east 6.D6 chains lo west side of land for
merly owned by J. D. Rentier; theme south (52
degrees ar.d 45 minutes west 11 links; thence
south 16 minutes east 12.78 chains to county
road; thence along the county road south 72 d.
grecs west 7.V0 chains to place of beginning,
containing 10 acres of land, in Clackamas counlv
and slate of Oregon.
This summons is published bv order of Judge
John B. Clelaud, made and dated Man h 2d, lb'.'8.
C. D. A D. C. LATOI RFTTK,
Attorneys, lor Plaintiff