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i mo and permits food to ferment and putrifyln
J 10 stomach. Then follow dizziness, headache.
usomlna. nervousness, and.
f not relieved, bilious fever
r blood Doisoninz. Hood's
.'ilia atlmtilnta tha KtMnajh
iouse the liver, cure headache, dizziness, con
alpation, etc. 25 cents. Sold by all druggists.
XUe only fills to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Next to Postoffice
ITANTKI) - TRUSTWORTHY AND
irenllemen or Indies to trave I for resDousiule.
itabllKlied house In OreKOii. Monthly $66 and
xpenses. Position steady. Reference. Enclose
elf-addressed stamped envelope, The Dominion
tonipany, Kept, V, Chicago.
F. C. GADKE,
Plumbing and Tinning,
Jobbing of All Kinds
llson & Cooke's
Griesaen & Hallwyer, Props.
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Elegant Family Rooms.
"REGON CITY - - OREGON
CHAS. CATTA, Proprietor
Oregon City, Oregon
!'ure Milk and Full Measure
given; delivered to any
part of the city.
i'ry Koltnu iinliy mill be Cniiviiced'
W. II. YOUNG'S
Livery & Feed Stable
Cor. Main and 4th St.
OREGON CITY, OREGON
1 ""JJob Printing at the
This old om armed specialist, of St, Louis.
ell known by hli long residence and mo
assfully practice In this olty, continue to
uccessfiilly treat til kinds of ouronlo and
'PPP TPPATHmiT forHl4 Pr wlo call
auu liliJllAmuilA in
person at the office
'i.nnn ami simiiLtaM,,. ""!. bpi.
avvu iiuij uuiii nmpies,Bcroiuia,sypli.
Illo Talon, Tumors. Tetters, Eoiama and
ther Impurities of the blood thoroughly
radicated, leaving the system In a strong,
lire aud healthfufstauA
iHPTTMiTTIM treatedbr n old German
iDliUIUiillolU remedy. This remedv win
resented U Dr. Kesseler br a Iriend la
erlln. It has never failed.
1 11 3RPr! Ulcers, Cancers, etc., treated, n
LU kJUillltj dllfuranoa hnw Inner uftvta.l
1IDNEY AND URINARY COMPLAINTS.
-...,..,,, .,,,iivit, ,Uu uviioiii, niiiHy or uioouy
Tine, uoHtural discharges, oarelully treated,
Ilea, riieiiniatlam and neuralgia treated by
ur new remedies.
Take a clear bottle at bedtlms and urinate
'I the bottle, set aside and look at It In the
rtornlng. if It is cloudy, or baa a cloudy act.
ling lu it, you have soma klduey or bladder
HVV WflPM amoved In twenty.fourhouri
lfl,P. " UftHl See worms lu wlodow at of.
ee 15U85teel long.
-REATH STINKS Sty whoVbr"hameli!s
bad It Is disgusting. Thla comes Irom Ca-
n rh 111 ell her the nose or stomach. 00 and
examined. It can be cured before the
aaal buuea beoo met Involved.
'flUNf! MFN ,r 1ou "troubled with nlghl
UU11U lUlill emissions, eihauatlngdralna,
(tuples, imahluloeaa, aversou to society,
upidnesa. despondency, loss of energy, am
tloii ami sell-oonUdenoe, wliioli deprive you
' your iimnliood and absolutely unlit you
r study, buslneas or marriage II you are
'ui aillirted you may know the oauee. 00
id lie treated. s
.'innir.inrn MrW there are thousands
HUU1J III U II of you troubled Willi
ink. iicltiinr liiifktt unil
dnlul urinal Ion ami nullm.
em in untie: tin
iforu-v nr U-eulf,lMH. nl a.......! ... -
her tiuinlatiikable slgus of nervous debllltv
it.! pienmture decay. Many die of this
illleulty, Ignorant of the cause. The moat
'minute cita of this character treated.
RIVATP dlaeaaea Gleet, Oonorrhen, In.
IU! ill LI rlaninllons. Discharge Strictures,
teukness of Organs, Syphilis, Hydrooel
. ai-iooeele and kindred troubles treated.
Consultation Free to All.
Jrric-K Uoubi: From 9 A. M. to
8 P.M. Call or address
I. Henri Kessler M. D.
At St. Louis Dispensary,
. aaoi vamhill stkcct.
.'OBTLAND, . . . ObEQOM,
interesting Session at Harmony Sat.
urday School Graduates, Etc.
The Clackamas County Teachers' As
sociation held their regular monthly
meeting at Harmony last Saturday
Superintendent Starkweather presided,
and Miss Fannie Porter filled her place
After a selection by the Harmony
Chorus, at the beginning of the morning
session, Supt. Starkweather pre
sented the following eight graduates of
the Harmony school with their di
plomas, they having successfully passed
a rigid examination: Elizabdh Blak
ney, Julia Spooner, Edith Karr, Frank
Hall, Charles Counsell, Edwin Spooner,
I.eena Rusk and Blanche Fortner.
Three members of the class successfully
passed the recent examination for
teacher's certificates. The others did
apply. It is the intention of all of the
members of the class to enter some
high school during the coming year.
Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Bowland are the
teachers of the Harmony school, and
finished their year's work Friday. They
now have a vacation until September.
Mr. Bowland keeps a file of the Oregon
City papers in one corner of the princi
pal's room, and parts of their contents
am oiioii discussed in me school room,
which no doubt accounts for his exceed
ing bright graduating class. The board
of directors of the Harmony school are
W. H. Counsell. U. S. Rlnknpy T H
genberger, and G. B. Wise is clerk.
The Harmony school building is about
two miles from Milwaukie, and is situ
ated in the center of Otlft of t.llA inniaf. on.
terprising communities in Clackamas
county, and on this occasion a school
picnic was held on the ernnnda Man.
of the patrons were present at the teach
ers' meeting, and took a deeu interest
in the proceedings. Several' oi the
graduates and other pupils had num
bers on the program.
At the forenoon session there was a
general discussion on the text book
question, and Mifg Gertrude Finley ex
emplified her plan of teaching measure
ments on the blackboard.
A splendid basket dinner was served
in one of the rnoma of tha cKaaI kil,i
. v..w HUUUV, k'llllll
ing, by the ladies of Harmony. What
was left of the feast after 300 people had
eaten their fill, was sent to a needy and
afflicted family in the neighborhood.
At the beginning of the afternoon
MISS T.lzzm Rlulrnev nno nf tUa ..
J I mid glHIiU'
ates of the Harmony school, recited "In
School Days," after which Mies Jennie
Rowen explained her model plan of im
parting a practical knowledge of physi
ology. Edith Karr. another Harm
ate. recited the "Ni
' v vuai via xslllfUl
Teacher." E. M. Ward, of Maple Lane,
presented "Public School Graduation."
aim uib uiscuBsion mat followed was
participuted in by Mrs. A. H. Wells,
Prof. Gary and SuDt. Starkwrni
Ara W. Mrr-fliicrhfin n( Miu.n..u:A
- ... - - e. ...... Vi iuunautvio,
made an excellent talk on the "Respone
sibilitv of Teachnra." ml mfu
- -, .'.. auido itt tl
fortner, another Harmony graduate re-
ciiou xue beacon , ivje and Him." The
Milwaukie quartet, consisting of Mrs.
Ida Derry Starkweather. MI HO T?naio
SCOU. Prof. S. E. HliniW nnd Drt.
- w v Maiu A.VU AfcV
gers, sang a selection, and responded
to the hearty applause with an encore.
rrana nan, wno is also a graduate of
the Harmony school, recited '-The Flag "
Edith Tyler recited "Turned Down,"
and Huldah Kanne recited "On Going
to the War."
Expressions of regret were read from
Profs. J . 0. Zinser and J. H. Ackerman
on account of not being able to be pres
Superintendent Starkweather an
nounced H. 8. Gibson. Miss .Tfinni
Rowen and Misn Pnrl-n an ti,o r,-,..,
committee for next monthly meeting of
urauvm.mii, lw ub neiu at ivioiana on
the last Saturday in June.
Brief remarks were made by members
of the school board, Mr. Phillips and
Miss Gertrude Finley presented a res
olution of thanks to Prof, and Mrs. N.
W. Bowland and the people of Har
mony for the excellent way in which
the teachers had been entertained,
which was unanimously adopted.
Prof. T. J . Gary tendered his resigna
tion as editor of the educational column
of the Enterprise, which was accepted.
Several nominations were made for the
vacant position, but none of them would
The following teachers and members
of the association were in attendance:
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Vincent, Lents; Ara Mc
Laughlin, fcmma Blurehler, Ada McLaughlin,
Cora Lemon Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Bowland, Mrs!
Ida lieiry, Supt. Starkweather. 8. E. Hunter, HI
glva Mu lan, Milwaukie; Hattle Case, Uerlrude
Mnley, Jennie Kowen, T.J. Gary, H. 8. tilbson,
Fred Melndl, .annle Porter, Gertrude Nefzier,
k. H. t.abhert, Oregon City; Mrs. A. II. Wells
New Krai Mary Talhert, Knappa; Mrs. L. Mar
shal, Portland, K. M. WHrd, Maple I-anes L. L
Moore, Oanby: A. K. Dluilck, Shirley Huek, Hub
bard; Charles Tallman, Molalla; , 8. Bbrock.
nple Lane School.
Maple Lane school closed Friday with
a grand entertainment at night. There
were four graduates: Misses Annie
Mautg, Edith Jackson, Myrtle Boen and
Elsie Gibbs. After the recitations and
essays delivered by the graduates, the
diplomas were presented by the teacher,
E. M. Ward, followed by a short ad
dress to the class, j A feature of the eve
ning was the eloullent violin musio
rendered by the Mlisos Priester, accom
panied by Mrs. W HI . Blood. The pro-grt-m
was well renifvred throughout and
many wro surprised to learn that there
was such good talent in Maple Lane.
Those taking part in the program were:
Jessie and Lethea Jackson; Albert and
Anni. Mauti ; George, James and Ern
est Forbes; Anna. Everett and Geneva
iireen j lira and Bertie Dixon ; Fannie,
EIio and Cotn tie Gihbs, Linnio Sevens,
Harry Shelly ; Martha and Sophie Bail
man, Zoll Surface, Mvrtle Boon, Anna
Shi.rlledger Minnie Valtemath, Rena
Wade and Sarah Davis.
Mrs. Sladen & Miss EahtWishart
Sometimes a firo is a benefit, wi
found it so, although it might have boei
WOrjl. its ttnlmil iniirni...f, An. Alii
linery Department is now fitted up very
vaoiviuiiy ami we invite everytxxly to
come and see us. We are constantly
getting in new goods, and can furnish
anybody with a suitable hat or bonnet,
up to date and fashionable.
NO CURENO PAY.
That is the way all IniKglsU sell GR0VE-9
TASTK1.K88 CHlix TO SIC for Malaria, Chilli
and fever. It Is simply iron and quinine In are
ageless form. Children love It. Adults prefer
at a bluer, nauseating Tonics. Price 60c. For
sale by C. O. UuuUey, Druggist.
Royal makea the food pu re,
wholesome and delicious.
OVt SAKINO POWOFB CO., NtW VOHK.
From Our Boys on the- Battleship
Oregon City has several boys who are
serving an apprentieephip on the battle
ship Oregon, and their friends are al
ways glad to learn that they are in good
health, etc. Two letters were received
from Fred Nelson this week, and Mrs.
A. R. Sprague received a letter from her
son, Roy, Wednesday. Fred Nelson
wrote some interesting notes concern
ing (he trip of the Oregon, since it left
Peru, and the trip from Barbadoes to
the Florida coast. One of his let ers
was dated at Barbndoes, and the other
when they reached a coaling station
near Key West, Florida. Nelson has
only been on the boat but a few months,
and was informed by his superior offi
cer, that he would at once be . promoted
to the equipment department.
RoySprague's let!er is written at Bar
badoes under date of May 17th, anil he
says: "We passed by a whole Spanish
fleet on our way here" from Bohia they
had lights burning so that we could see
them, but as we had no lights and our
ship is painted sea green, they did not
see us. "The other night
I was on,jookout at a water tight door,
when I caught our bugler throwing a
large rope over the nide. He was try
ing to get it foul of the propellors, and
it was just after we had passed the
Spanish fleet. He has Spanish blood in
his veins, and is now in irons. The
Captain thanked me, and said I had
done a service to my country by discov
ering a traitor." In the postscript of
the letter Rov Sprague says :
' Charlie Boylan says tell his folks
that he is well, but that he has not time
to write." Hubert and Austin send
their regards to friends.
OWR COUNTY OFFICERS.
Republicans Have the County Court
but Populists have Saved In 21
At the June election in 1896 the Peo
ples party elected all its candidates on
strict pledges of reform and lower salar
ies. The county judge, Gordon E. Hayes,
and Commissioner Frank JaggtT.both re
publicans, held over, which left the most
important business of the county still in
the hands of the republican party.
Therefore, neither the Peoples party nor
its olhcers were responsible for the ap
propriations of county money for roads,
bridges, or any other expense controlled
by the county court.
The expense of conducting toe otlices
of Clerk, Sheriff, School Superintendent,
Treasurer, Assessor, .Recorder, and for
county printing and stationery in the
twenty-one months from July 1st 1894,
to April 1st 1896, was $32,576.71. This
was under the administration of Horton,
Maddock, Gibson, Moore, Bradley and
The cost of the same offices under
Dixon, Grace, Staikweather, Shade,
Stout and Luelling from July 1st,
1896 to April 1st 1898, twenty-one
months, was $24,364.35. This shows a
clear saving of $8,212.36 under the Pop
Following are the figures in detail for
each office. For the republicans the time
is from July 1st, 1894 to April 1st 1896;
for the populists, from July 1st 1896 to
April lBt 1898:
Horton, clerk, republican f S792 35
jjixon, " popuiiBi lovt to
Dixon saved $1217 70
Maddook. sheriff, republican....
$ 9IA8 34
Grace, " populist
Grace saved t 2200 48
Olbson, school supern'dt, rep t 1M4 60
Starkweather, " pop 1439 75
Starkweather saved t 604 SB
Moore, treasurer, republican..
t lft5 10
Shade saved t 74 12
Ramsby. recorder, remihllcan S 3754 45
Luelling, recorder, populist 2626 00
t 1129 45
t 4461 50
Bradley, assessor, republican, from
January 1. 1895. to Anrll 1. lsmi.
Btout, aaaasor, populist, from Jan'y
1, 1897, to April 1, 189s
Saving by Stout. 1557 14
The assessor's term does not begin until the
isi 01 January alter nts election,
Republicans. July 1. 1894, to April 1.
1N96 I 3487 6ft
FopullsU, July 1, 1896 tu April 1, 1898 2412 00
Populist saving i 1045
Stationery, republicans, July 1,1894
W AUIil 1, IK-O..
I 2122 4
ropullst, July 1, 1896 to April 1, 1898
Topultst saving t 423 04
Total Populist Saving to date
of April 1, 1898 $8212.36
"We began to think that ourpoition
of the showers were o'er but, Saturday
the intermittent syphon again began to
woik and now we look like soaked
peacccks, neverthless let the syphon
work as it is doing the crops aud im
mense sight of good.
A picnic will be held in Gags's Park
on June 10th, under thn auspices of the
Stall'ord school, Miss Francis, teacher,
the program will begin at ten o'clock ;
tables will be up on which lunches will
be spread. No danger of teams as the
grounds are reached from the road by a
John Moser has the outside of his
house nearly finished with the excep
tion of painting, and will move into it
about the last of the week.
Cherries are beginning to turn red, in
a h-w weeks they will be plentiful.
pn'nl? grain covers the ground well
and in some fields is a foot high. Some
(ail oats are heading.
John Schiewe is making gother guns.
Henry Schatz is finishing the roof of
Don Gage visited the recruiting office
at Oregon Oity, but thought they did
not need his services.
Some early peas are well podded.
B. F. Weddle is not planting as much
acreage of potatoes as usual, but his
corn crop will bo about the same,
j June 1. Lkngthy.
j Geo. McCord had the misfortune last
I week to get his hand caught in a pulley
I which tore his hand up in a shocking
manner, it was at rust tnougbt impos
sible to save the hand, but Dr. Goucher
t.llft nttfinilino' nltt'Uinian aatra ha urlll
save the hand, but he will be unable
to worn tor a , ong time.
J. E. Carlisle goes to Portland this
week to take' charge of a flourine mill
there. Mr. Bowman will take his
place at the creamery for the present.
Grant Thayer went to Portland on his
wheel again yesterday, and of course it
Twenty-six wagons passed here dur
ing the forenoon, loaded with people
and flowers for the decoration.!
Frank Manning, Jr., placed a very
substantial boat on the raging waters of
Milk creek last v.eok, to-be in readiness
for the candidates ihat will want a ride
after the election, .
Bruce Darnell an old residdnt here, is
back from Eastern Oregon with a band
James Mulvey and wife, from Port
land, are on a visit to their parents of
Al. Jones is back ogain from a trip to
the coast. Viva.
June 2, 1898.
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
soothes 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 SvruD. and take no
COUNTY TREASURER'S NOTICE
T HAVE NOW IN MY HANDS FUNDS
applicable to the payment of all warrants
endorsed prior to November 1st, 1894.
Interest will cease on the above warrants
after the date of this notice.
Treasurer of Clackamas County, Oregon,
Dated this 1st day of June, 1898.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for
the onnty of Clackamus.
J.P. Watkins, Albert Wntklns.Oncar
Wutkitis, John Watkins, Floyd
Watkins, Bi'snie Tolan, J. Polnn,
J. Polan, Annie Johnson, Fannie
llevniis, Silas E. Revans, Ksther K.
Vvutl ins, Annie Walkinii, J. A. Cox,
and Illchanl Johnson,
State of Oregon, County of Clackamas, ss.
By VIRTUE OF A JUDGMENT ORDER,
deoree and an execution, duly issued out of and
under the sen! of the above entitled court, In the
above entitled oause, to me duly directed and dated
the 20th day of May, 1898, upon a judgment render
ed and entered In said court on the 2nd day of May,
1898, in favor of F. Rechner. plaintiff, and against
J. P. Watkins. defendant, for the aum of 209.35,
with interest thereon at the rate of 10 per omt. pjr
annum from the 2nd day olMiy, 1898, and the further
sum of S"i0, as attorney's fee and the further
sum of 3 , costs and disbursements, and that the
defendant, J. A. Cox, recover from the Raid J. P.
Watkins the sura of til) 1.50 with interest thereon
at the rate of 10 per cent per annum from 2nd
day of May 1898, and the further
sum of Si1) attorney fees, and the fur
ther suin'iir 3, costs and disbursements, and
the costs of and upon this writ, commanding me to
make sale of the following described real property
situate lu the County of Clackamas, State of Ore
Beginning at a point 20 feet east of the southeast
corner of D. L. C. of L. D. C. Latourettn No. 39 in
said township 8 south, range 2 east, running thence
i-orlli (Ml (lexrees 15 minutes west 15.11 chains, thei ce
easv o.o cnauis 10 west sine 01 lanu rormeriy owned
by J. D. Kenner, thence south 62 degrees, 45
minutes, west 11 links, thence south 00 degrees, 15
minutes, east 12.73 chains to county road, thence
along the county road south 72 degrees, west 7.20
chains to the place of beginning, containing 10
acres of land.
Now, Therefore, by virtue of said execution,
judgment order and decree, and lu compliance with
the commands of said writ, I will, on
SATURDAY, JUNK 25th, 1898,
at the hour of 1 o'clock p m , at the front door of
the County Court House in the City of Oregon City,
In said County aud State, sell at public auction,
subjeot to redemption, to the highest bidder, for
U. H. gold coin, cssli in hand, all the right, title and
interest whieh 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 exeou
llon, judgment order, decree, Interest, costs and all
O. W. GRACE,
' Sheriffof Clackamas County, Oregon.
Dated Oregon City, Or., May 26, 1898.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for
the County of Clackamas.
1. Hardh g, Dlllenhoefrr, Haas St Co.,)
1. Kecnuer, trustee, r. J . Killings
Thomas Garrett, Thomas Garrett, Jr.,
Schuyler L. Usher, L. N. Jones, Ellen
Uarretl, Richard Gartett.Nellle B. Gar
rett, C. W. Herman, C. S. Herman aud
Henry Mlley, Ella Garret,
Slate of Oregon, County of Clackamas, ss.
BY VIBRTl'K OK A JUDGMENT ORDER.
Dilecree and an execution, duly issued out of
and under the seal of the above entitled court. in
the above enUtled cause, to ma duly directed and
dated the 1st day of June, 189S. upon a jiulgmtnt,
rendered and entered in said court on the 3d day
of May, 1898, In favor of plaiiitill's for 1st costs,
tlO: 2nd, I2U0 attorney's fees; 3d, judgment,
f 125.50. with Interest at 10 per cent, per annum
since May 3d, 1898. -41 li, judgment, g.U6.5u with
Interest at 10 percent, since May 3d, 1898; 5th
judgment, 184.'i0,with interest al 10 tier cent, per
annum since My3d,1898;6th,juilgineiitof 3S0.Hi,
with interest at 10 per cent, per auuum since
MaySd, 1K98; and against defendants, and the
costs of and upon this writ, commanding me to
make, sale of the following desetihed real piop
rty situate ill the County of 1 hu kama-, state of
The north 18 acres of the south half of the D.
L, O. of Thomas Garreit and wife shunted In
township 5 south, ranue 1 east, V, M.,hiu1 lot 3 of
section 34, same township and range, containing
Also a promlsory note of against J.
Now, therefore, by virtue of said execution,
Judgment ouler and decree, and in compliance
with the enmmanda of said writ, I will, ou
SATURDAY, JULY 2d. 1898,
at the hour of cue o'clock, P. M., at tha front
door of the County Court House in the City of
Oregon City, lu 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 tha mortgage herein or since had In or to
the above dscrita!d pmpertyor any part thereof
to .satisfy aaid execution, judgment order, de
cree, luterest, costs and all accruing costs.
. W. GKACK.
Sheriff of Clackamas County, Oregon.
Paled, Oregon City, Or , Juue 2d, 1898.
Eighteen Bright Graduates Receive
their Diplomas from the Oregon
City High- School.
Instead of the usual long winded, prosy
graduation exercises consisting of stale
essays and orations, the graduates of
the Oregon City high school presented a
symposium of Longfellow's" Hiawatha,"
at Shively's hall Friday night. It was
a splendid entertainment, but a little
too long, and the members of the class
of '98, who participated in the program,
did credit to themselves. In fact their
work could not be excelled, and some of
the recitations and pantomimic scenes
were really touching, and the entertain
ment proved a high class literary and
After the invocation by Dr. T. W.
Butler, Miss Beatrice Barlow played
"Tannhauser March," which was fol
lowed by an essay on "Henry Wada
worth Longfellow," by Mary Lorena La
zelle. Miss Burse L. Reddick, read an
essay on "The North American Indian,"
followed by a quartet, consisting of
Misses Maria Pratt and Ivy Roake and
Charles Bluhm and William Shively of
the class of '98. The title of their selec
tion was "They have all Passed Away."
Miss Octavia Violet Hermann presented
an essay on "Indian Legends," and
William Benton Shively read an essay
on "Hiawatha." Miss Ivy Belle Roake
sang "The Old House by the Lindens,"
which was followed by the following
recitations: Introduction to song of
Hiawatha," by Miss Maud Noble; "The
Pipe of Peace;" by Eva Marguerite
Moehnke; "Hiawatha's Childhood," by
Clara Alberta Holmstrom, followed with
"Breezes of the Night," by the Ladies
Quartet, Mrs. Clark Ganong, Mrs. J. H.
Strickler, Miss Ora Spangler and Mrs.
Chas. H. Cautield. Miss Emma An
gelena Allison recited "Hiawatha's
Wooing," and the scene was repre
sented by John Knop, Hiawatha;
Bertha Scott, Minnehaha; and Thomas
Myers, arrow maker, as pantomimista.
A quartet consisting of Mrs. W. B. Wig
gins, Mrs. E. E. Charraan, R. C. Roake
ana ti. tl. Bestow, sang "Minnehaha,
followed with a recitation, "The
Famine," by Mi-s Daisy Mvrtle Bu
chanan. This recitation was reprc-
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,
for the Couuty of Clackamas .
William Barlow, 1
Slate of Oregon, Couuty of Clackamas, ss.
BY VIRTUS OF A JUDGMENT ORDER AND
decree and an execution duly issued out of an
under the seal of the above entitled court, in the
above entitled cause, to me duly directed and
dated the 3rd day of May, 1898, lu favor of Wil
liam Barlow, plaintiff, and against Wilhelmlne
Koehler, defendant, for tha sum of $953.21, to
gether with Interest on $868.66 of said sum at rate
of 10 per cent, per annum from May 3rd, 1898; for
the sum of $80, attorney's fees, and the further
sum oF $15, 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 and state of
All of block A in the First Addition to Barlow,
according to the maps and plats of said addition
now on ale In the oUloe of the recorder of said
Now therefore, by virtue of said execution
judgment order and deciea and in compliance
with the commands of said writ, I will on
SATURDAY, JUNE 4TH, 1898,
at the hour of 1 o'clock p. m. at the front door of
the county court house, in the olty of Oregon
City, said county and state, sell at public auction
subject to redemption, to the highest bidder, for
United .suites gold eoln, cash in hand, all the
right, title and Interest which the within named
deiendant had on the date of the mortgage
herein 01 since had In or to the above desoribed
real property or any part thereof, to satisfy said
execution, judgment order, decree, interest,
costs and accruing costs.
8neriff of Clackamas Counly, Oregon.
Dated Oregon City, Oregon, May 3rd, 1398.
In the Circuit Court of the Stale of Oregon, for
the County of Clackamas,
Dan Lyons, 1
M. H. Flannaean, Kate Flan
uagan, Clara K. Morey, Charles
Logus, administrate,- of the j
Esiate of Julius Logus, De-1
ceased, and Isaac Farr, 1
Statu of Oregon, County of Clackamas, ss,
Y VIRTUE OF A JUDGMENT ORDER
decree at d an execution, duly 1sbu out of
aud undoi- the seal of the above entitled court, in
1 .eanove entiiiea cause, tomeauiy airectea ana
dated the 5th day of May, 1898, upon a judgment
r udered and entered in said court on the 2jlh day
of April, 1898, in favor of Dan Lyons, plaintilf,
and aguiust M. H. Flannagan, Kate
Flannagan, Clara E, Morey, Charles
Lokus, administrator of the estate of Julius
Logos, deceased, and Isaac Farr, defendants for the
sum of $441 50, with Interest theron at the rate of
10 per cent, per annum from the 29th day of April,
1898, and the further sum of $6 las attorney's
lee. and the further sum of $10, cost and disburse
ments, and the costs of and upon this writ, com
manding me to make sale of the following des
cribed real properly situate in the counly of
Clackamas, s.ateof Oregon, to wit: The fra tional
south half of the south wit quarter of section (3)
three and river lot 4 of section two and river lot
1 of section ten and river lot 5 of section eleven,
all in township three south 01 range one east of
the Willamette Meridian, containing 67 68 acres.
Now, therefore, by virtue of said execution, judg
ment otder and deoree, and in compliance with
the comma-ids of said writ, I will, on
SATURDAY, JUNE 4th, 1898,
at the hour of 8:30 o'clock P. M.. at the front f'oor
of the County Court House In the cltv of Oregon
C ity, In said county and state, sell at public auction,
subject to redemption, to the highest bidder, for
U. S. 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 desct. K '
roal property or any part thereof, to satisfy said
execution, judgment order, decrea, Interest, coals
aud all accruing costs.
G. W. GRACE,
Sheriff of Clackamas County, Oregon.
Dated, Oregon City, Oregon, May 5th, 1898.
Notice is hereby given, that In pursuance of
an order of the County Court of the County of
Clackamas and State of Oreiron, duly made and
entered on the 25th day of May, 1898, 1 will (rum
and after Saturday, June 25th, 1898 at the hunt
of In o'clock of said day, p-oceed to sell at pri
vate sale on the premises, to the highest and
bast bidder, for cash in band; subject 10 oontlr
mation of said County Court, the following
described real estate, to wit;
Lots numbered three (8), five (5) and six (61,
in block numbered one-hundered-and-live (.105),
iu Oregon City, Clackamas County, Oregon.
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lu the Circuit Court of the State of Oiegon,
for the County of Clackamas.
Commercial Bank of Oreeoa City 1
State of Oregon, County of Clackamas, as.
BY VIRTUE OF A JUDGMENT ORDER
and decree and an execution, dulv issued out
of and under the seal of the above emit led oourt,
in the above entitled cause, to me duly directed
and dated the 26ih day of May, 1898, upon a
judgment rendered and entered In said court on
the 26th day of April, 1898, In favor of Com
mercial Bank of Oregon City, plaintiff and
against Henry Hopkins, defendant, for the sum
of H675.00 with Interest thereon a'llie-nt 0 30 per
cent, per annum from the 26th day of April, 1898,
and further sum of $50, as attorneys fee, and the
further sum of $li, costs and disbursements, and
the costs of and ,ipon this writ; commanding me
to make sale of the following described real prop
erty, situate in the county of Clackamas and
state of Oregon, to-wlt:
Being a part of the L. D. C. Latnurette D. L. C.
lying in section 4, township 8 south, range 2
east, beginning at a point in the west boundary
ol said claim south 15 minutes east 32.83 chains
from the northwest corner of said claim, thence
north 88 degrees east, 20.35 chains, thence south
26 degrees 30 minutes west 5.15 chains to a stone,
thenee south 45 degrees east 1.25 chains, thence
south 88 degrees west 18 93 chains to the west
line of Bald claim, thence north 15 minutes, west
6.48 chains traolng the west boundary to the
place of beginning containing 10 acres, more or
Now therefore, by virtue of said exeoutlon,
judgment order and decree, and in compliance
with the eommands of said writ, I (will on
SATURDAY. June 25th, 1898.
at the hour of 1 o'clock p. ni., at the front door of
the nountv court house, fu the city of Oregon City
In said counly and state, sell at public auction,
subject to redemption, to the highest bidder, for
United States gold coin, oash in hand, all the
right, litle and Interest which the within named
defendants o' it or of them had on Ih 1 date of the
mortgage herein or since ha 1 In or to the above
described real property or any part thereof, to
sail fy said execution, judgment order, decree
interest, costs and all accruing costs.
4. W. GRACE.
Sheriff of Clackamas County, Oregon.
Dated Oregon City, Oregon, May 2iilh, 1898.
SHERIFF'S SALE ON EXE CUTION
In the olrcult court of the slate of Oregon, for
the county of Clackamas.
Daniel M. Trulllnger, 1
Juliette F. Trulllnger
State of Oregon, county of Clackamas, ss.
Y VIRTUE OF A JUDGMENT ORDER,
"decree and an execution, duly Issued out of
and under the seal ol the above entitled court,
in the aliovo entitled cause, to me duly directed
and dated the 5tb day of May, 1898, upon a judg
ment rendered and entered In said court on the
20th day of March, 1897, iu favor of Juliette F.
Trullingir, defendant, and against Daniel M.
Trulliiiger, plaintiff, for the sum of 36 10, and the
Coats of and upon thla writ, commanding me
out of ti'i personal property of said defendant,
and if k fUciein could not be found, then out of
the .real property belonulnt to said plaintiff on
and afutr the dste ot said judgment to satisfy
said luni of K'l.lu and also the costs upon this said
Now theref ir, by virtue of said execution.
Judgment order and decree, and in compliance
uiih the eommands of Sam writ, beii-g unable
to flnil any pcisonnl propertyof said defendant's,
1 did 1111 the nth day of May, 1898, dulv levy upon
the fiilli'Wliig described real properly of said
plalmiff, situate and being in the countv of
i.-.ai a nuts, ami suie 01 1 iregon, to-wlt: Lots one
(H, io (2; and ihree (3;ol section three (3)
township ihree (3) south of range
I three (; ) eost of the W illamette Merid
1 inn. i 11 I will, o Saturday, the lllh day of
'um, f', -t me apur 01 1 o clock p. m., at Ihe
fi-Mtu ooor i.f the counly eouit house In the
cits of Ori-gon Cuy. In sitd county and state, sell
at p. bin- ain-tiiiii, subject to redemption, to Ihe
ihhcm m mw, 11. r i. 8. aoio coin, cash in hand,
all IneJ rlaht, titlo ,,nd Interest which the within
nullu d tdailind or either nf thm hu.t nn tha
d uo of mud jndgnlentor since had lu or to the
abreilocnb'U n 41 properly or any part thereof.
,0 faiijsiy sai-1 JUV
nent order, decree, interest.
cos it rtud aicruma
f Clackams Countv. Oreiron.
Dalied, Oregou C
ty. Oregon, May 9ih, 1898.
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