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Causes fulfy hall Ur." sickness In the world. It
retains the digested fond .too long in the bowels
mid nroduces biliousuess, torpid liver,
gestlon, bad taste, coated
tongue, sick headache, In
somnia, etc. Hood's Fills
mirficnnstlDation and all its
results, easily and thoroughly. 26c. All druggists
Prepared by 0. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
the only Pills to take with Hood's Sarsaparffla,
Cominued from hut week.
Petition for change in voting place in
Cheiryville- precinct 'not allowed as
it was loo late.
Thirty days' ex entionof time granted
on Collection of taxes.
Aid lor Mrs 1,. I', ( lark reduced to
$."), to lake effect June 1st.
Aid lor Airs. Ii. M. Hemming, Mary
Duff, .Mrs. (jrindstaff and Mrs. Debauer
Aid lor .Mrs. Rui.yon reduced to $8
al tr J uue 1st
Mid ot Morris & Olds for renewal of
piling under i-hipley bridge on Tualatin
accepted ut $12: lor piling and renewing
Uierk ordered to advertise for
bids for Deep Creek bridge
same to he 1151eit long and Howe truss;
. ids to be accompanied by a cerulied
check for $100.
KOAD FUND APPORTIONMENT.
The following apportionment of road
fund was mad-; and .11 road money used
during March and Apui by the diner-
ent Ulsliicls to be ueducteu lrom
their apportionment. Supervisors not to
use over CO per cent ol apportionment
lthout orders lrom the court:
il Abernelby. , t 800 00
23 Borlow 40il 00
18 lieaverOreck,70uvounteer 1800 00
5 boring.... 175 00
U Bull liun 70 00
17 i an by 650 00
15 Caiiemah 2o0 00
20 I anyon Creek low 00
0 Cascades, $14t 0 volunteer, to be
F. C. GADKE.
Plumbing and Tinning.
Jobbing of All Kinds
Wilson 4 Cooke's
Griessen & Hallwyer, Prop.
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Elegant Family Rooms.
OREGON CITY OREGON
Cherry villa .... 150 00
Clackamas 800 oo
Damascus ' 800 0u
Eagle Creek 350 00
Garfield 100 00
beorge 76 00
Harding 225 00
Macksburg 3.i0 00
Maple Lane 00u 00
To The Point.
Oregon City Ore., May 16, '08
I understand that Mr, Hurt Kelly of
the Oregon City Bink has been "out
speech-makintf for the republicans. It
Hi-eins Brother Ifplly is hard up for
somelb'n to do. Ho Imslived in Cluk
Hinao county mostly since the. old vt
pellets can remember, but was never
known in the darkest days nf his own
parly to rai'ne lts voire in the advocw v
of its principles, While Mr. Kelly is a
golii stHiidard man which U has a p-r
I feet right to be. Tlie renubMcan snnif
doing business in Clackamas county ha
no use for Mr. Kelly further than to use
him as a toil for his v )t.e and infbtenim.
Kec.illect how the convention used Or
E. A. 8inimer. a gold man for coroner,
be was turned down for a man that does
not live near the county seat yes, the
leaders of that oulflt are willinu to take
all they can get, and give nothing in
return. A gold democrat isa fine fellow
a long as the gang can pull him. bnl
if he wants a little skinny office, hat is a
'hnss" of another c il'ir. And to i,
Culonel Dye is out on the campaign ; the
gang have lots of use for him. The
"Mark Hanna of Kaele Creek'' gave
him such a nice little roasting in" the
convention (?) for having the impudence
to bring in his little ticket of delegates
to the state convention. Colonel, you
miiHtn t he so impudent. Let these fel
lows that are manipulating the repub
Means machine so completely fight their
own batile, for this one is the last they
will have to fight. They will be burried
nut of sight on the 6th of June and in
iwo years from now the Brownell
machine can't muster a corporal's guard.
The ladies and gentlemen of Oregon
Oi'y are earnestly reques'ed to attend a
mass meeting to be held in Wein'iard's
Mall on Monday, Mav 23, at 7:30 p. m..
for the purpose of co-operating with
Meade Corps Auxiliary, in their work
for the defenders of our flag, that part
"f the New Army of the R- public which
represents this place at the front. The
work awaits us, and the invitation is ex
tended to yon; come, let our zeal be
as great as those who labored in the
same spirit in the early 60's.
Maiquaui 600 0;
CHAS. CATTA, Ptprletor
Oregon City, Oregon
Pure Milk and Full Measure
given; delivered to any i
part of the city.
Try Bolton Dairy and h Convncul-
W. H, YOUNG'S
Livery & Teed table
Cor. Main and 4th St.
OREGON CITY. OREGON
ffir-Job Printing at the
ifW Courier Office.
Milwaukie 1000 00
Needy 426 00
New Era 000 00
Oswego 1000 00
: leaBantHill 400 00
Stivers 75 00
Sodii Springs 125 00
bpringwater 100 00
Tualatin . . 300 00
I Union 195 00
Upper Molalla 300 tin
Viola 175 00
WestOiegon City 1600 Ot)
Butte Creek 225 00
Highland 150 00
Part Upper Molalla 75 00
Oswego No 2 3(i0 00
Sandy lOo 00
Thin old one armed peolallst, nfHt. Loula,
-li known by lilt long resilience and mv
.. "dully liriM'tlce In tlili city, continue lo
...... I'ssfully trust all kinds of clironlo and
TP PI? TDrATlUrrUT for the poor who call
! IlLli InMllllJiril lu person at the oftloe
. 11 i y ufltiriioou
1 1 us '-Tallin, Tumor. TuClflrs, lioi.'inn mid
Min r tuiiiurllles of the blond tlioroimlily
iHillruti'il, limvtnff tli iydtuin tu a Mrung,
l r.. mid lioiiltlifui slide.
t'UrnMAiPKJlIf treated by an old German
finuUlUllllijlU remiHlT, This roumdy whs
.i'i.KiniiBd to Dr. Keneler by a frleud tu
Dirlln. lttiai nevor fulled.
flTTl CflDrC! I'h, Cancers, etc., treated, nc
ULU uUllLu ilur. roiuie how long atlvctml.
KIDNEY AND URINARY COMPLAINTS.
1 11 1 1 1 ml, dlillouU, too iriii.it, milky or bloouv
irine, uimlurul diHoliHrgtis, candidly treated,
I'iIi-h, rniMinisllmu and neuralgia treated by
D Penman pauper 6
M K Shipley, wood and bridge. .. 1
ticneyman, UeHart &Co... . .. il
Cnnitiiin-rt in kupplemtnt.
1 m 1 n
Henry J. SooU,,the ston k oper, has sold out
bis stock of goods and moved to Oregon City .
The Multno creamery owned by Abramt Si
Schroder, Is ruunlnn full blast. Our old friend
Jack Carlisle, Is at the helm, and will soon send
for Ills family to come here to reside.
Howard flouring mill is running on full time
again, The quality of flour made at this mill Is too
we'l known to need any mention from us.
Mrs. Grant Thayer and children are on a visit
to friends In Portland this week. Mr. Thayer
aUo went down on his wheel for a day only.
Mr. F. M. Manning has opened a new store, and
will be glad to ice new friends at well as old
Charley Foyntun has moved In one of How.
ard's homes and rented some land f rum How
Oco. Raugh and wife are visiting t Mr. Mid
vi') ' this week They are residing in Tacoma.
Children's I ay will be observed at the Urange
ball the second Saturday in June. All members
in good standing are Invited lo bring their ehll.
dren and friends,
MpKsrs. Randall, Ryan and Dlmli-k were out
soliciting votes a few nights since.
Juke Crltzcr has lcftM iCord's mill and moved
on his farm.
Joan Pcnlson has liwn making considerable
linpniv inenlH in the n ails around here lately.
but there Is still plenty of room for Improve.
August KrloKon, who liahecn on the sick list
fur Rome time, Is improving.
(Irmit Thayer, while riding on his wheel to
Porlluuil on Batiirdny limt, met with unite
severe accident, breaking his arm, besides Severn
oilier tirulsca which will give him a lay oft'fi
Mav id. Mavim.1.
Take a clear bottle at bedtime and urinate
in I lie but lie. aet aside and look at It in the
.Homing. If it Is cloudy, o has a cloudy set.
II1111 In it, you have sum klduey or bludder
m)U Wflrjllf removed In twenty-four hours
1 Hi UIUll Hce worms in window al of
tie li to ;u ivel long.
SDrHTlI CTIWIf"! W meet persons everv
UUJjliin OlllllVO day whose lirenili smella
m Imd It la dlsgnalliig. Tills ciiiues lrom t'a
!, r Ii ol either the nose or atomacli. U11 and
V. examined. It oan be cured before the
iHHiil iMinea neooinea luvulveu.
If you are troubled with nlghl
emlsidtiua, eiliaustlnit driuiis.
4ml. lea, tiiiahlulneaa. aversion to siiclely.
lupidiicHfl, desHiidenoy, lots of energy, am
."ii Inn mid scU-confldence. whloli deprive you
I your niaiihnod and absolutely unlit you
kir klmly, business or marriage It you are
ili'in uiltleted you may kuow 111 cause Uo
ami lie treated.
hi'jIi, nulling backs and kidneys; frequent,
I'l.lnlid uiinatloii and aedlment In uilne 1 1 sit -joieiicy
or weakliest of seiual organs, and
o her unmistakable algna of nervous debllliy
ami premature decay, Many die of tills
iiitllculty, Ignorant of the cause. The most
disi mute ciues of IhU character treated.
PDIViTP disease, Gleet, Oonorrhea, In
rpil ulu BaniaUona-XHsohargea, Htrloturoa
Weukueis of Organs, Byphllla, Hydrocele
Varicocele and kludred troutilea treaMd,
CotuulUtlon Fret to All.
Offick IIotjbj: From 9 A. M. to
8 P.M. Call or address
J. Henri Kessler M. D.
At St Louis Dispensary.
nil ttftl YAMHIU STRCKT.
POETLA.ND. .... ObKQOM
Bean the 4 1 he Kind You Have Always Bought
There are three great reme
dies that every person with
weak lungs, or with consump
tion itself, should understand.
These remedies will cure
about every case in its first
stages ; and many of those
more advanced. It is only
the most advanced that are
hopeless. Even these are
wonderfully relieved and life
itself greatly prolonged.
What are these remedies ? '
Fresh air, proper food and
of Cod-Liver Oil with Hypo
phosphites. Be afraid of
draughts but not of fresh air.
Eat nutritious food and drink
plenty of milk. Do not forget
that Scott's Emulsion is the
oldest, the most thoroughly
tested and the highest en
dorsed of all remedies' for
weak throats, weak lungs and
consumption in all its stages.
yx. and Si oo; ttl oruggUts.
SCOTT A BOW MB, Chemists, New York.
Proverbs XX.. 10 ''Divers weight
and measures, hoth of them are alike,
abomination to the Lnril.
Ver. 17 Bread of deceit is sweet to a
man, but afterwards hia mouth shall be
filled with gravel.
The a b c of the money question n
that theone uniform standard or measure
of value, the bimetallic, which had been
n use for centuries, has been changed
bv the banking fraternities and their
allies and two distinct varying or diverse
measures substituted in place thereof.
Hie same legislation has made the
silver, and the gold standard, each con
trolling its own sphere of prioes the
world over. Silver controls values for
the workers at less than haif rates and
for the money loaner, tax eatr, fixe I
nconie man and trusts at double or gold
The mint report shows that silver
never began even to depreciate until its
mintage, or iree use as money, was
stopped in 1873 in the TJ. S. and then in
France. This is what McKinley
characterized as "stopping the resulat
ing medium, which made money dear.
and decreased the value of everything
Divers measures have been made by
stopping the coinage of silver. You can
only regulate the value of money, the
one by the other by the free coinage of
both gold and si'ver.
The bread of deceit." wi.tch the
bankers now find sweet, by telling the
people that prices are natural and tan
nut be controlled by legislation, that
silver money is used more largely than
ever, and therefore demand instead of
being curtailed has been exi' n led; -'that
its immense overproduction is the Cane
of its being depreciate 1, and a whole
budget ot line tnlamom lies to hood
wink the pe p'e, will only tu n to bitter
g ill, to gravel in the mouth, when their
(ehemesare fully understood.
.The worker, especially the farmers.
Rells at silver priced, not in Mexico, but
here in the U. 8. '"What avg the gold
bug with v heat at a dollar " Yns.with
wheat at a dollar. Scarcely in a life
time have we had such a combination of
circumstances favoring the price of
American wheat and under like circum
stances it never l.efore would have been
less than $2 per bushel. The great sup-
cout tries, Kussia and Argentina
ad none to sell and India in a perfect
famine had to buy One dollar is not
half price for sui'h conditions on a
bimetallic bat i . But we hay i since 3
been aecutsomed to such an era of low-
prices that we are apt to look on dollar
w heat as a godsend and led to parrot
"hitth wheat and cheap stiver."
Wait until the world has a normal
supply atain, then lookout foryonr gold
standard confidence prices Farmers
havehave bad 4 jeirs of silver values in
produce ami In t lie values of lands,
which we get the products, in prices of
cereals., w heat, corn, wool, cotton, frui 8 ,
eic. and though prices have varied ac
cording to supply and demand, tiny
have varied on a silver basis.
We sold our surplus to Europe laat
year for 800 million, on a biuietall'c
basis they would ha''e been 1000 millions
so we lost half. Our home trade is over
2D timt s our fureiun trade, so we lost in
In itio values about ItiOO millions, ty
I'tivitig two standards ot value instead of
e old bimeta I'c money rates. A
St i ei.dous sum to luso year by year.
t'ailisu'g proplucy has been already
partially pioved. This scheme means
wore of misery to the human race than
all the wars, pestilence and famine that
ev r ocn re I.
Vi ti for the gold standard, farmers.and
y.m vole to incie s- lie misery to your-
Ives and your children, w niie you are
tiint to make millionaires at a iapi'ly
i creasing ratio.
Vole for the union party and bimetal-
li-m ami yon vote to unmask and destroy
lie 1111 st iiiHidinn ami treacherous
scheme of class agiat dizenvnt ever
Mated on an enduring people and living
prosperity and happiness to the great
masses and yourowu homes.
Headquarters .Meade Post, No. 2, De
partment of the Oregon, G. A. R.
Oregon City. May 18, 1898. The Com
imuuler of Meade Pust issues the follow-
ng general orders lor the iiifoimation
and guidance of the Post and i lie puhl c
i i relation to the memorial services to
be oliserved on the 27th, 29th and 30th
of May :
1. All members of the (i. A. li. and
W. li. C. who can be uresent. are re
quested to assemble at Willamene hall,
on Friday, Mav 27th, at 12:3) for the
purpi.se oi visiting St. .John's school.
and the public school at P.irkplace.
11. Un bniiiiay, Mav 2l)ih, the Post
will meet at Willamette hall it 10 a. 111..
and accompanied by Meadu Relief
Corps, will march to the Congregational
chinch, where the Memorial ne vices
will be conducted by Rev. T. W. Butler
111. On Monday. Mav 30t,h. the
children and citizens geneiallv, are re
quested to assemble at Willamette hall
attfa, m., bringing donations of fl iw
ers for decor ting the graves of our de
ceased comrades. .Short addresses will
he held at that time, consisting of brief
addresses to the children The parade
win be tormed u ider the direction oi
Ueorge A. H irding, marshal 01 the Day,
ana will move promptly at 10 o'clock to
Shively's hall, where appropriate exer
cises consisting ot the ritual service ut
the h. A. R. and VV. K. C, music ora
tion by Comrade C. E. Cline, of Port
land; an address to the unknown dead,
by Kev. 11. Uherg, fier which the col
uuin will move to the cemetery, when
the graves of our departed comrades will
be decorated with proper ceremonies
IV. All old soldiers and sailors not
members of the Grand Armv are cor
di.dly invited to unite with us in all the
ol ssrvances i f ibis inemotial occasion
V. It is earnestly requested that pla
ces of business be closed during the ex.
ercisesof Memorial Day, and that all
gooc citizens joiu with us in rendering a
tribute of respect to the comrades who
have passed to the "Grand Array be
By order of E. W. MIDLAM,
0. A. WILLIAMS, Adjutant.
Sash ribbon all colors, double faced
or black Batin ribbon,
at the Racket Store.
LVege table Preparationfor As -similating
ting the Stomachs andBowels of
ness andRest.Contains neither
Opium.Morptiine nor Mineral.
JtoJulU Safo -Jinist
Anerfecf Remedy forConstipa-
tion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea,
ness ondLoss OF SLEEP.
lacSiatile Signature of
CXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
THC eCNTAUM OOM.ANV. NEW YORK OITV.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,
fur the County of Clackamas.
William Barlow, 1
A Sure Thins; for You.
A transaction in which you' cannot lose
is a sure thing. Biliousness, sick head
ache, furred tongue, fever, piles anda
thousand other ills are caused by coc
stlpation and sluggish liver. Oascarets
Candy Cathartic, the wonderful new
liver stimulant and intestinal tonic are
by all druggists guaranteed to cure or
money refunded. C. C. C. are a sure
thing. Try a box to-day ; 10c, 25c, fit)
Sample and booklet free. All druggist
SHERIFF'S SALE ON EXECUTION
In the olrciiit court of the state of Oregon, for
the county of Clackamas.
Daniel M. Trullinger, 1
Flainltrl, . I
Juliette F. Trullinger
Slnto nf Orciron. cuiinlv of CiarkHrn&s. 8S.
1Y VIRTUE OF I A JUDUMENf ORDEB,
-"decree ana an execution, duly Issued out ui
and under the seal nt the above entitled court.
In the above entitled cause, to me duly dlrvoted
anil dated the 5th day of May, lsas, upon a juila;
ment rendured and entered ill said oourt on the
20lh day of March, 18U7, ill favor ol Juliette F.
Trullinger, defendant, and against Daniel M,
Trullinger, plaintiff, for the sum of 36 10, and the
c ists of and upon this writ, commanding me
out of the personal property nf said defendant,
and if sultioieiit could not be found, then out cf
the rval property belonging to said plaintiff on
and after the date ot said Judg.nent lo satisfy
said sum of fit!. 10 and also Hie costs upon this mid
Now therefore, by virtu of said execution,
judgment order anil decree, and In compliance
with the commands of said writ, being unable
to ft nd anv peisonal property of said defendant's,
1 did on tile tllll day ot May, lH'.ia, duly levy upon
Hie following described real properly of vatil
nliilntilt'. situate and being in the county of
I Clai kamas, and stale of Oregon, to-wll: Lots ono
(l), two ('.!) and Uiree (8; of section three (:t)
twiiship three (it) south of range
t .ree (:) east of the Willamette Merid
l.m.anrt I will, uii Suliirdnv, the llth day of
i J ine. 1H9H. t the hour of 1 o'clock p. m iu the
front door of the county court house in the
city ol Oregon City, In siid county ami state, sell
at public auction, subject to redemption, to the
highest bidder, for I'. 8. gold coin, cash In hand,
all t ie r L'lit. title ami inierest, wiucn mo witiiin
named plaintiff or cither of them, had on ihe
date of said judgment or since had in or to the
above described real properly or any pirtlhcreol,
to satisfy said judgment order, decree, interest,
costs anil accruing cosls.
Sheriff of IMiicViiius County, Oregon.
Dated, Oregon City. Oregon, May Uih, IK'.is.
Htate of Oregon, Couutv of Clackamas, ss.
BY VIRTUE OF A JUDGMENT ORDER AND
decree and an execution duly Issued out of an
under the seal of the above entitled court, in the
auove entitled cause, to me duly directed ant'
dated the 8rd day of May, 189s, iu favor of Wil
liam Barlow, plaintiff, and agaiust Wiltielmine
Koehler, defendant, for ihe sum of $953. 21, to
gether with interest on J80K.66 of said sum at rate
of 10 per oent. per annum from May 3rd, 1898; for
the sum of $80, attorney's fees, and the further
sum o' $15, costs and disbursements and the costs
of and upon this writ; commanding me to make
sale oi tne loiiowmg uescrioeu rem property
situate in the county of Clackamas and Mate of
Oregon, to-wit: . ,
.All of block A in the First Addition 'to Barlow,
according to the maps and plats of said addition
now ou tile iu the ollloe of the recorder of. said
county. . . . . .. i .
Now therefore, by virtue nf .said execution
Judgment order and deoiee aiid in compliance
with the commands of said writ, 1 will ou
SATURDAY, JUNK 4TH, 1898, '
al the hour of 1 o'clock p. m. at the front door of
the oounty court house, in the oity of Oregon
City, said county and state, sell al public auotion
subject to redemption, to the highest bidder, for
United States goidcoln, cash iu hand, all the
r.ght, title and iuterest which the within named
defendant had on the date of the mortgage
h ireln oi since had in or to the above described
r jal property or any part thereof, to satisfy said
execution, judgment order, decree, Interest,
costs and accruing cosls. .. . .
Siieriff of Clackamas County, Oregon.
Dated Oregon City, Oregon, May 3rd, 1398.
To Dure Constipation Forever,
Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. 10c
or 2oc. If C. C. C. fail to cure, druggista
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. W, 8. LEAKE; MNot. I
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THK STATE OF
Oregon, for Ihe County of Clackamas, sitting
in probale, April term, 1898.
In the matter of the guardliiisnip of James G.
Stuart, a minor.
This mailer coming belore the court on the pe
tition ol the guardian, (or license to sell the lol
lowing described real estate, to wit: Lota num
bered three (3), five (5) and six (6) in block cum
bered one hundred and rive (105), iu Oregon City.
Oregon. And it appearing to the court beneficial
to Ihe ward that said real estate should be sold.
Il In therefore ordered that the 23lh day of Mav,
lHDK.'at the hour cf ten o'clock a. in. of said day,
at ihe olUce of the county Judge of Clackamas
coiintv, state of Oregon, is set as the time and
pi ice for hearing said petition, at which time ami
place the next of km oi said ward aud all persons
Interested in said esiute are directed to be present
ami show cause, if any there be, why license
should not be granted for the sale of said real
estate, it is further ordered that a copy of this
order bo published al least three successive
weeks in Uib Oregon City Courier, a newspaper
Circulated In Clackamas county, iregon.
Dated this aiu day of April, 1H98.
Aitest; OOKtlON K. HAYES,
Ki.meh Dixon, Clerk, County Judge.
Iiy K. u. uo ji'ES, uepuiy.
The rain of .Saturday was a gre.it help
to the grain and garden.
The basket social nt Stricklin's school
house, wits a grand success. The houe
was crowded to its fullest capacity, and
the baskets went like hot cakes. Old
glory will Boon be Hying over the school.
Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sprague,
a nine-pound boy. on the 14th.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Linn, who have
been visiting friends and relatives in
Portland, returned home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Mulvey, of Molalla.were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. F.Linn,
Monday and Tuesday.
May IB, Tickler
For Sale Cheap.
100 feet of Js, I and 2 inch water
pipes with pump. Call at Meat Mar
ket, corner 7th and Center street,
SHERIFF'S SALE. .
In the Circuit Conrl. of the State of Oregon, for
the County of Clackamas.
M. II. Flanniman, Kate F.an-1
Hawaii, C'ara 1. Moley, Charles
Lngus, ailiuiinstratoi of Ihe j
Ksiate oi Julius Leans, lie-
ceased, aud Isaac Knrr, I
State o' Oregon, County of Clackamas, ss.
V V1IUTK OF A JUDGMENT OKPKR.
decree ard an execution, iiiuy issue mil oi
and under the seal of Ihe above emliled court, in
theabove entitled caue. lo inedut' directed and
dnled the ."ith day of May, ls'.ig. npou a jiuK-mi'iit
rendered and euierml in said court on Ihe LI'lli day
of April, 1898, ill favor of Dan Lyons, plaintiff,
ami against M. II. Flauuagan, Kale
Hannagan, Clam E. Morey, Charles
Logus, administrator o Ihe e-ute of Julius
Liigtia, deceased, ami Isaao Farr. defendants fur Ihe
sum nl ill I 50. Willi in'eresl ther.ni nt Ihe rate of
lo per cent, per annum from the s.ith davof April,
1898, and the further sum of IliO as attorney's
lee. and the further sum of HO, cost and disburse
ments, and Hi ousts of and upon this writ, com
manding me tu make wile of the following des
crlbed real iiropenv siluate in the county of
Clackamas, slateoflirejiiii. lo wil; The Ira tioiial
..mil f of Ihe south ea-t ouarter of section (31
three and river lol 4 of section two aud river hit
1 of section ten and river lot 5 of seeLon eleven,
all in township three south of range one east of
the Willamette Merlnlau, containing 5i.t'iS acres.
Now, therefore, tiv virtue of sa d execution, Judg
ment order and deciee, and ill compliance Willi
Die commands of said writ, I will, on
SATURDAY, JUNE 4lli, 1S98,
at the hour ot 3:30 o'clock P. M.. at lh front door
of the County Court House in Ihe city of Oregon
City, tn said county and state, sell at public auction,
anbjoclto redemption, to the highest bidder, for
U. S. gold coin, cash In hand, all the right, title
.n,l li.tcreat which the within named defendants
or either of llieni. had on the date of Ihe mortgage
herein or silica Had in or lo in aoove oeacrioen
real nrooertv or any part thereof, to satisfy said
execution, judgment order, decree, Interest, costs
and a,, .truing cos...
SherltTol Clackamas County, Oregon.
AND HAIR GOODS
Large Assortment of Latest Designs of Trimmed
Hats. Trimming Done to Satisfaction.
Ostrich Feathers Dyed and Curled.
Kid Gloves Cleaned. x
Hatr Work in All Its Branohes Done with Kent
nesB and Dispatch.
520 FIR8T STREET, - - PORTLAND, OR.
WANTED TRUSTWORTHY AND ACTIVE
gentlemen or ladies to travel for responsible,
established house in Oregon. Monthly DUO and
expenses. Position steady. Reference. Enclose
self-addressed stamped envelope. The Dominion
Company, Dept. Y, Chicago.
Noblitt Livery and Sale Stable
OREGON CITY, OREGON,"
On the Street between the Bridge and the
Double and single rigs and saddle horses a,
ways on hand at the lowest rates, Hnd a com
also connected with the barn for loose stock
Anv Information regarding any kind of stock
promptly attended to by letter or persoD.
HORSES BOUGHT OK SOLD
Iu the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,
for the County of Clackamas.
James Undoes, Lucy Hmlges,
Henry brum. F.lla Hru.li and
Llbliia A. Pates,
utMin nf Oretron. Conntv of ClHCkamas. ss.
BV VIRIUK OF A JUPtlMKSl' ORDER
and decree and an execution, duly Issued oul
of and under the seal of lliealioveenlltled conn.
In Ihe above entitled cause, lo me duly directed
and dated Ilia l'.i.h dnyof April, lstis, upon a
judgment rendered and entered 111 said court on
ihelsith dnv of April, lsns, iu favor of Mary
Mailer, plaintiff, and against .lames Hodges and
l.ucv Hodges, defendant, fur the sum of7U0.1
Willi Interest thereon at rate of IU per cent, per
annum from said llith day of April, l8i!8, and the
further sum nf 75, attornev's fees, and the fur
ther sum of a41,coala and disbursements, and the
cost of and upon this writ; commanding me to
make sale of the following described real prop,
ertv, situate In the county of Clackamas aud
state of Oregon, to wit:
netrlmilua. on theweel
.iiii, j Month of mime 1 rai of Willamette Merid
ian, al the half mile slake; Iheliee south 80 rods:
inenceeast lUUrm!".; thenc north SOiodsi thence
west ian rods to ihe place of beginning, contain
ing: 80 acres inoro or less.
Now tneref.ire, bv virtue of said execution,
Judgment order and decree, and ill compliance
with the 0 .uiinaniis in rani writ, i union
SATURDAY, MAY 21st, 189V
at the hour of 1 o'clock p. ni at the front door of
the foamy court house, In the city of Oregon City
said county and stale, sell at public auction.snb
leel to redemption, lo the nignest Dinner, uir i
United Slates gold coin, cash in hand, all the
right, title and interest which the within named
defendants of any ol thtm had on the date of the
mortgage herein or since had In or to ihe above
described real properly or any part thereof, lo
sail fv said execution, Judgment order, decree
iuterest, costs, aud all accruing costs.
Sheriff of Clackamas County. Oregon.
Dated Oregon City, Oregon. April lain, isus.
BREAD and P ATRY
. F. HENN1NQS
Seventh St. Bakery
or stop his wagon
as it goes by.
WANTF.D TRUSTWORTHY AND ACTIVE
genllemenorladlcstotravel for responsible
tslablished house in Oregon. Monthly f05 and
ihewe.'tsidc0fsec'i.in23,lntown-Uxpent'S. Position steady. Reference. Enclose
mpany, Dept. Y, Chicago.
Dated, Oregon City, Oregon, May &lh, 188S.
San tea A 1B Yoo HawAlways B0U!lt
11 KindYoa Ha Wwars
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