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Is caused by torpid liver, which prevents diges
tion and permits food to ferment and putrify In
the stomach. Then follow dizziness, headache.
lnsomina, nervousness, and,
If not relieved, bilious fever
or blood poisoning. Hood's
Pills stimulate the stomach,
rouse the liver, cure headache, dizziness, con
stipation, etc. 25 cents. Sold by all druggists.
The only Pills to take with Hood's Sarsapanlliw
First Cnng-egnlinnal, comer M aln nnd Eleventh
streets Kev. I . w. cuner, pasoir. nerwven
10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Snmlny school alter
morning service. Prayer meeting every Thurs
dav evening at 7:30 p. in. Prayer meeting Y
P. ?. C. E. every Sunday evening at 6:30 p. m.
First Bnptlst, corner Main and Mnth streets
Kev. M. L. Itugg, pastor. Morning serviee,
10:30; Sunday school, 11:45. Evening service,
7:80. Regular prayer meeting Thursday
evening. Monthly covennnt meeting every
Wednesday evening preceding first Sunday iu
St. John's, Catholic, corner Tenth street and
river Rev. A. Hlllehrnnd. pastor. On Sun
day, mass at 8 and 10:30 a. m. Every Sunday
German sermon after K o'clock mass. At all
other masses English sermons. Sunday school
2:30 p. in. Vespers, Apologetieal subjects and
benediction at 7:30 p. m.
Methodist Episcopal, corner Main and Seventh
streets Rev. H. Oberg, pastor. Morning
service it lOtff), Mindav school at 10:00,
Evening service tit 7:80, Kpwnrth League Sim
day evening at 6:30, praver meeting Thursday
evening at 7:30. Class meeting after morning
First Prcsbjterlan, corner Peventh and Jefferson
streets Rev. A. J. Montgomery, pastor. Ser
vices al 11 a.m.pnd 7:80 p.m. Sabbath school
10 a. m. Y. P. S. C. E. meets every Sunday
evening at 6:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Thurs
day evening at 8:00.
Evangelical, German, corner Eight and Madison
streets Kev. J. Evlch, pastor. Preaching
every Sunday at, 11 a. m, and 730 p. m. Sab
bath school every Sunday at 10 a. in. Weekly
prayer meeting every Wednesday evening.
United Brethren, corner Eighth and Pierce
streets , pastor, services second
and fourth Snndav mornings and the preced
ing Saturday in each month at 11 a. m. and 7
p. m., and the first Sunday afternoon of each
tnnnin at f ans view.
at. Paul's Episcopal, corner Ninth and river
Rev. H. L. Idlenian, pastor. Sunday services
at 11 a. m. nnd 7:30 p. m . Sunday Ri'hool at 10
a. m. riuays, evening prayer witu aaurefs,
r'.vangellcal-Luthoran.Zlon Congregation, oorner
feigntn and Jetterson streets Rev. t. hack,
pastor. Sunday school it 9:30 a. m Services
at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Herman Lutheran, Ohio Svnod, corner of Eighth
nuu nuauiB oil ecw ivi: v. iwuuai v. if
M. E. South Rev. W. L. Mallov, pastor. Third
Sunday at United Brethren Church.
congregational. Elvviile Services second and
fourth Simdavs at 3 p m., by Rev. Butler of
Blru, ..!.-.. L, . lUi.,
Free Methodist Kev. J. W. Eldrldgo, pastor.
preaching first and tlilra Tuesuiivs at 11 a. m.
Prayer meeting Every Thursday evening.
Services held In Congregational church at
1. 1st of All Societies In this County With
Meeting J'laoe and Date.
r Us City Lodge No. 109 of A. O.U. W.-Every
Saturday evening in A. O. U. W. hull on Sev:
fegon Lodgo No. 3, 1. O. O.F. Every Thursday
veiling tu uuu reuows nan
(. ills Encampment No. 4, 1. O.O. F. First aud
ihlrd Tuesdays at Odd Fellows' hall.
v. Illametto Rebekah Degree Idgo No. 2 The
xeeond and fourth l'ruluys In l.O.O. h . hall
. Iwmetliy Kebekah Degree Uxlge No. 30. Tues
lay evening at l. o. o. r . hall.
J Itnomah Lodge No. 1, A. F. A A. M Regular
iiminuuieatioiis on nrst auu third Saturdays.
5" rile Lodge No. 24, D. of H. Every Friday In
i. v. u. y. nan.
t'l'iekamas Chapter No. 2, R. A. M. Regular con
vocation third Monday.
I' urt Robin Hood No. 8330, F. of A.-Wlllamette
iMIion second aim fourlli Fridays,
t'-i.neor Chapter, No.2S, 0. E. 8. Masonio Tom-
ie on mesuays.
H lUmette Camp No. 148, W. of W.-Socond and
i ourtn iuesilays In Kedmun s hall
I'. Hit drove Circle No. 32, W. W.-Rodmen's hall
i iieeuay evenings.
' h.-heno Tribe, No. 13,1. 0. R. M. Tuesday ovo
i ng at Redmen's bull, Jaggar building.
i-uile Post, No. O. A. R. First Monday of each
minim at nuiaiueiie uau.
!e 'do Relief Corps, No. 18 First and third
i riuays oi cacn immui In lllnmeue hall,
m John's Branch No. 617. C. K. of A. Every
'itiauay uvenuig at Lueir nail
I ii ted Artisans, No. 7 Willamette hall every
To.. latin Tent, K. O. T. M.-A. O. U, W. hall
ier Seventh street, ou second and fourth
'vi-on city Hoard of T rade At court house on
" nuay in each mouth.
'"iiiMibia Hook and Ladder Co. First Friday of
it u iiiuimi ui i-uiiiiiiiui engine House.
1 1 iinlain Huso Co. No. 1 Second Wednesday
'n -nvii uiuiiiu hi ruuniaiu engine notise.
llUrat Hose Co. No. 2 Second Tuesday of each
iim nv v niaraui uiiKiue UOIISC:
r iion CUy llosa Co No. 2 -Hose house on the
n jie mini i ucsitay ol eaen month,
.i ,. View Hose, Co. 4 Hose house at Klyville.
'j 'ron lodge No. 13.1, A. 0, IT. W, Every
. iiitiftuuj uvi-iuiiK in Willi reuows IIIU1, USVYL'gO.
Is la Lodgo No. 40, A. 0, IT. W. First and
im Muuiimvi at si noiu House, Mulalla,
1. 1 Lodge No. M, A. O. V. W. Second and
miBaiuriiayoveningsai Milgut liall,Cnby.
kimns Lodge, No. M. A. O. It, W. First and
...in iionoaysai nirite s uau, Clackamas.
ib Lodge No. 43, A. O. V. W. Second and
. ui in omuniiiy hi v iisonvuie.
V '.i'i toe Lodge No. 20, D. of II, Every Tuesday
kah Lodge No. 71, I. O. O. K., of Oswego -
. . Ulnilliy VVl-UIIIH,
- go Lodge No. 03, 1. 0. O. F.-Odd Fellow's
. i ,usrcgo, every iMonouy evening.
i , r r Ine Lodge No. 3, A. F. Jt A, M of Logan
- nil Pope Post No. frJi O. A. R First Satin
in i-uvu iiiuiuii ui m ange nau, niiiuno.
, i . riil Crook Post No. 22, II. A. P.. School house
m .M'euy on nisi eimuiiiny in cacti uiontli.
i. I.odge No. IW, K. of P. Every Weducsday
. iiioh 111 i nsue uau.
I'v Lodgo No. fHU, I. O. G. T,-Flrsl and Third
. ,. unlay evenings at Knight's Hall, canny.
1 ( u" Idgo No. 4 IS. I. O. (I. T. Every Friday
' . ulng in new hall In old town.
. .. y Spiritualist Society-First ami Third Sun
. . is of each uumth,
r ra W. 0, T. U. First Saturday In each
in h al tliulr ball in New Era,
u water No. 203, P, of H.-Ou second Hatur
i tur full iuihu.
Hoiinl of Trade K night's hall, Canny, ou
. . no third Fridays,
'"'i Orange No. 40, P. of H. Their hall at
.Ill's bridge on the second Saturday ol
month at 10 a. m.
'in (iranire, No. Ill, P. of II. Last Saturday
. i Ii mouth at their hall In Wllsonvlllo.
- i . r Orange No. 117, P. of 1L Fourth Satur-
. ' f each month at their hall In New Era.
' Creek (irango No. 8, P. ol 11. At hall In
Nviaui second Satuiday in each nionih.
i"i Orange No. 175, P. of II. Second Belur
i ach nioulli.
-mi Orango No. acfl, P. of H. First Satur
. v In mouth lu Damascus school house.
I ' ( 'reek No. 255, P. Of U.-ThIM Saturday In
tOrvllle) No. Sifl, P. of II .-Second 8alnr-
- in montn
i l d No. ail, P. of A. First Saturday In
Vo. 202, P. of H.-Flrst and third Satt
". f SixHtlia art h'adfy reiHtltd to
ike niior nf any caunyc H ifac or
Treasurer's Report Meade Corps
From ch'm flag committee..! 8 80
Membership fees 16 25
Dura)......... 2 85
Lawn social 41 57
Donations... 2 50
Material for bands $21 44
Material for housewives 1 29
Material for caps 1 50
Hall rent.... 4 00
Miscellaneous expense 1 55
Balance on hand." $42 19
Mrs. Jennie Sullivan, Treas.
Names of Members.
Mrs E L Clouse, president ; Miss Jen
nie Eowen, secretary ; Mrs Jennie Sulli
van, treasurer; Mrs Rosa Fouts, Mrs
Millie Shadle, Mrs Henrietta Doremus,
Mrs Jennie Meldrum, Mrs Mary Stafford,
Mrs Fannie L Cochrane, Mrs Sarah Mc
Cown, Mrs Margaret Pilsbury, Mrs M
M Charman, Mis Pauline Metzner, Mrs
Margaret Williams, Mrs Jennie B Hard
ing, Mrs Thomas, Mrs E 0 Hamilton,
Mrs G E Rodgers, Mrs Zumwalt, Mrs
Roda Williams, Mr Midlam, Mr E G
Caufield, Rev A Hillebrand, Mrs W W
Duff, Mr and Mrs James Roake, Rev
Harold Oberg, Mrs A R Sprague, Mrs E
W Cosper, Mr and Mrs I D Taylor, Mrs
.10 Keller, Mr T W Sullivan, MrChas
A Fitch, Mr and Mrs J Monroe Mark,
Mr Rudolph Koerner, Mr and Mrs H L
Kelly, Mrs A E Nash, Mrs Maria Cau
field, Mr Wm Sheahan, Mrs R Potter,
Mrs Laura Pope, Dr W E Carll, Mrs G
C Potter, Miss Kate Shadle, Mrs Bur
meister, Mrs G M Glasspool, Mrs J W
Cole, Mrs Emma Galloway, Mr Wm
Galloway, Mrs F C Miller, Miss Kate
Barkley, Mrs Hattie .M Pratt, Mr S L
Selling, Miss Sibyl Lippett, Miss Rosa
Selling, Mrs Babette Selling, Mr Sol
Garde, Mr M Rosenbaum, Mr and Mrs
M E Clan-y, Mr Moffett, Mr J C Zineer.
REALITY TRANSERS. .
Furnished Every Week by Clacka
mas Abstract & Trust Co.
W B Partlow to J L and M A Evans.
4 acres, S S Whitet;lm ; $273.
G and R Stock to A Stock, 75 acres, E
Fisher elm, also lots 8, 9 and 10, blk 17,
Park Add; $1.
A 1) and W A Bear to S E Berni, ne
of ne4, also 10 feet along south Bide of
nJ o nej, sec 7, t 7 s, 1 e ; $1750.
C A and J Carlisle to G W Force, 3.06
acres, sec 17, 4 s, 2 e ;$450.
E C Johnson to J C Zinser, lots 1 and
and 8, blk 48, Oregon City; $1050.
Wm Broughton heirs (by Police) to
Oregon City, lot 1, blk 100; $850.29.
L T Barin (by Police) to Oregon Oily,
lot5, blk 15,0 C; $189.91.
L T Barin (by Police) to Creon City,
lot 6, blk 15, OO; $185.98. '
Wm Broughton heir (by Police) to
Oregon City lot 8, blk 160.
T Wygant (by Police) to Oregon City,
lot 3, blk 10, O C; $231.93.
T Wygant (by Police) to Oregon City,
lot 2, blk 10, OCj $195.71. .
1 At Magone's Pi
The Tortland Multnomah For
esters' Club will give a
v At Magone's Tark, next
Sunday, August 14th.
Music by Cordray's Band.
Dancing, Music, Recreation!
All Oregon City people are in
vited to join us fo an outing.
Round trip ou Str. Altona. which
includes admission to the park,
adults 25c; children 20c. See reg-
llllir Sllllllnv tima tnliln ili
Dancing Free If
A.&C. R. R. CO.
Dally Except Sunday
Loaves Union Depot Pobtiand at 8 a. m. for
Ranter, Maygers, (llatBkanio, Astoria, riiulng
through to Clatsop Beach Points without change,
arriving at Seaside at 1:20 n. m. llv this train
you can have seven hours at Astoria aiwl nmnn,
tlnnato longer time at Intermediate points and
return to Portland the same, day, arriving at
i muu ucpoi at iu.Ai p. m.
Dally Except Saturday
Loaves Union Depot Portland at 7 p.m. arrives
at Astoria llliOT p. m. making connections the
loimwing morning Willi early irains for Clatsoi
Beach, anil all hoats for Ihvaoo, Knapniou am
all points on I, U Jt N. R, R. via llwaco.
BUSINESS MEN'S SEASIDE SPECIAL
Leaves Union Daunt. lVirtlun.l ovn.. fiai,,r.i.,v.
altcrnoou at 2:80 n. in. run thr,m,.i t.i iM.i.nn
peacn pouilB without ohangt! arriving Seaside
7:10 p. in.
SUNDAY POPULAR EXCURSION
Leaves Union Depot, Portland, every Sunday
at 7:80 a. m. running through to all Clalsop
. t'oiu,p vuniiKo, nmquig pcamu
111:10 p. m. Returning loavoa Seaside at 8 80 i
arrives Union denot. Portland 10
this train pleasnie seekers can take breakfast at
home, spend five auU half hours al the Beach aud
return the Same dav.
Consult Portland daily 'papers for rates, or
i wi iei uuiot, t nion uepot.
A. B. CARLTON, A lent.
N. P. R. R. Office, Cor. 3rd. and Morrison 8t
Bauitae lla Kind You Haw Mwars Bought
WHAT'S THIS COMING ?
A Startling Prophesy Made Many
Over forty years ago an old German
hermit published in a Bavarian paper a
curious prophesy. In it he foretold the
Franco-Prussian war, the death of Pope
Pius, and the Turco-Ruaeian debate-at-arms.
He said that Germany would
have three emperors In one year before
the end of the century, and indicated
the death of two United States presi
dents by assassination. All these things
nave come to pass.
Ii the same article he said that when
the twentieth century opens great seis
mic disturbances will take place which
will cause the submersion of New York
city and the western half of the city of
Havana. Cuba to be broken in two, while
Florida and Lower California are to suf
fer total extinction. The shock of these
earthquakes will raze buildings to the
ground in almost every city on the con
tinent. Millions of lives and billions of
dollars' worth of property will be lost.
There is to be a change in the econom
ic condition of nearly every civilized na
tion. He foretells the growth of a dem
ocratic spirit in England which will
result in a revolution that will overthrow
the present form of government and
make the country a republic. He says
the last ruler of Enaland will be the best
the country ever had, and the first pres
ident of the new nation will be one of
the royal family. Queen Victoria is by
long odds the best ruler England has
ever had, and in a recent speech the
Prince of Wales made some utterances
of a decidedly liberal character.
According to the hermit, Russia, Italy
and France will form an alliance and go
to war with Turkey. This war is to be
the outgrowth of Turkish persecution of
Christian subjects. This triple alliance
will conquer the domain, of tha Bultan,
auu hi, ine expiration oi luewar compli
cations will arise which will plunge Italy
and a ranee Into war with Russia. The
result will be thnt France and Italy will
be gobbled up by the northern powers
and will cease to exist as independent
nations. While war is being waged be
tween them the Pope will move the seat
of Catholicism from Rome to some town
in southern Ireland. A rebellion will
occur in the land of the shamrock, in
which the country will become indepen-.
dent from England. Then there will be
a conflict between the ultra Catholics of
south Ireland and the ultra Protestants
of the north, in which the southerners
will be the victors. A kingdom will be
established, and it it predicted that the
first, potentate will be historic for his
The prophet paints a dark picture for
the United States. He says a feeling of
unrest will seize the people at the close
of the century. This feeling will be the
outgrowth of unequal social economic
conditions. He predicts that the twenty
fifth president will be the last executive
head of the United States. During his
administration the discontented masses
will break into open rebellion and the
established form of government will be
overthrown. W. H. Faubion.
Salaries Some Men Get.
Read this Mr. Farmer and Mr. La
borer, you who may get as much for
ten years, drudging toil as one of these
men get for a months work. It will
do you good :
J. M. Toucey, eeneral manauer of tha
Vanderbilt system gees $50,000 a year.
j, al. behwab, president of the Car-
negie Iron and Steel Company, cets
$00,000 a year.
Frank Thompson, president of the
Pennsylvania Railroad Company, gets
John A. MeCall's salary as president
of the New York Life Insurance Com
pany is $50,000 a year.
Alexander Miller, agent of one of the
great steamships lines between New
York and Liverpool, gets $50,000 salary.
Conrad II. Mathieson gets $75,000 a
year as president of the Chicago Sugar
Refilling Company, and he is only 32
years old. v
Dr. William Bull, Dr. Polk, Dr. Sims.
and Dr. Wyeth, New York surgeons,
have professional incomes of not loss
than $50,000 a year each.
Manley M. Gillman was paid $12,000
a year for writing the advertisements
for John Wanamaker. He is probably
the foremost advertising writer in the
J. J. Storrow, a Boston lawer, who has
made a specialty of electricity and
electrical appliances and patents, makes
$100,000 a year out ol his knowledge.
John E. Parsou gets $50,000 a vear as
attorney of the sugar trust. For or
ganizing the trust he was paid a fee of
$250,01X1, the largest single fee ever paid
nil mbui uuy.
Dr. John Hall, pastor of the richest
congregation in New York City has a
salury ol $.10,000 a year, which is in
creased to $50,000 by his fees for chris
tenings, weddings, etc.
, Joseph Choate, the New York lawyer,
gets $50,000 a year as a retainer from
the whisky-trusts. His annual income
is said to he not less than $250,000
mostly from great business combina
tions. FARM FOR SALE
A 800-acre-farm.known as the Sanders' place,
situated al the town of Molnlla, Oregon, finely
Improved, rich soil, 200 acres In cultivation.
Hue neighborhood. Church and graded school
wu me una. mis periect, no Incumbrance,
possession given lunnedlitlelv tn tin nhit f
Price v.,000; 83,000 down, and rmalnder oa long
time i seven per cent. For further particulars
They do not complain of
anything in particular. They J
eat enough, but keep thin and J
pale. They appear fairly well, ,
j but have no strength. You j
cannot say tney are reany j
sick, and so you call them j
What can be done for them?
Our answer is the same that 'm
Jf the best physicians have been
K giving for a quarter of a cen-
tury. uive them
Scon's Emulsion i
of Cod-Liver Oil with Hypo- J
ti phosphites. It has most re-
J. markable nounsning power. $
Jf It gives color to the blood. It JJ
ts brings strength to the mus- ,
cles. It adds power to the
nerves. It means robust g
tt health and vigor. Even deli- st
cate infants rapidly gain in
K flesh if given a small amount
ti three or four times each day. n
50c. and $1.00 ; ill druggists. Z
ft SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, New York. 'J
Trimmed Hats $1.50up
Large Assortment of Latest Designs of Trimmed
Hats. Trimming Done to Satisfaction.
Ostrich Feathers Dyed and Curled.
Kid Gloves Cleaned.
Hair Work In All Its Brandies Done with Neat
ness and Dispatch.
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CATALOGUE i'KES. Call or write.
I OS I Market Street. San Pranelarn. Cal
For particulars apply at Coukier office, Oregon
OCftA A four-room house and lot In Oregon
vJVIUoity; good location with fine view of
river: young trees and shrubs: place cost over
CPftft An eight-room house and two large
gOUUiuts in lower part of Oregmi City (Green
Point), ham; good bearing orchard; or will trade
for smaller place and take diff'erencj in cash.
Oil AfJTwo'good houses and lot; houses rented
iPllUUnear paper mill - Oregon City, will trade
or sell cn installment plan.
If yon have anything to trade or sell It will
pay you to send description to the Col kieu. No
charges unless sale or trade is made.
An 80-acre farm, ebout
'2' miles southeast of the
courthouse, at a bargain: tltij perfect; also two
lots, one in South Oregon City and the other In
Oregon City proper; title perfect. All thiB
property must he sold. Terms easy: hard time
iiricea. Anyone thai wants to buy will find it to
lis lnteresl'to investigate this.
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W. S. LEAKE, NUnaocr.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children,
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bcaw th II Wwl Ym Haw Always Bought
In the Cirouit Court of the State of Oregon, for
the County of Clackamas.
John Gordon and James
State of Oregon, County of Clackamas, ss.
BY VIRTUE Or A JUDGMENT ORDER, DE
cree and an execution, duly issued out of
and under the seal ol tne aoove entitled couri, in
the above entitled cause, to me duly directed and
dated the 28th day of July, 1W)8, upon a judgment
renderedandentered in said court on the 18th duy
of April, lm, in favor of Henry Miley, plaintiff',
and asaiust John Gordon and James Burlingame,
defendants, for the sum of $606.00, with interest
thereon at the rate of 10 per cent per annum
from the lMh day of April, 1898, and the further
sum of $50, as attorney's fee, 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 describeu real properly,
situated in the county of Clackamas, stale of
The southwest quarter of the southwest quarter
of section fifteen (16) in township four (4) south,
range two (2) east of the Willamette meridian,
containing forty i0) acres.
Now, therefore, by virtue of said execution,
judgment order and decree, and in compliance
with the commands of said writ, I will, on
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3rd, 1898,
at the hour of one o'clock p. m., at the front door
of the County Court House in the City of Oregon
City, In said County and Stale, sell at public
auction, subject to redemption, to the highest
uloner, ror u. 8. g"ld ooln cash in nana, all tne
right, title and interest which the within named
defendants or either of them, had on Che dale of
the mortgage herein or since had in or to the
above described real property or any part thereof,
to satisfy saidexecution, judgment order, decree,
interost, costs and all accruing costs.
J. J. COOKE,
Sheriff of Clackamas County, Oregon.
Dated, Oregon City, Ore., July 28th, 1898.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for
tne uouiity ot Ulaoaamas.
The Oswego Comercial and
Savings Bank of Oswego, Ore
gon, A Corporation,
Ed. Dtipiiis, Eose Dnnuis,
Henry Gerson, J. V. Lankin
and Meier Ehrman, Joseph
bhrman.Sol. W. Khrman anil
Edwin Ehrman Co.. piirties
doing Dullness underthefirin
name of Muson, Ehrman and
State of Oregon, County of Clackamas, ss.
DY VIRTUE OF A JUDGMENT ORDER,
"decree and an execution, duly issued out of
ana unuer ine seal ol tne aoove entitled court, in
the above enlitled cause, to me duly directed and
duted thefith day of August, 18!)8,npon ajudgintnt,
rendered and entered in said court ou the 16lh
day of June, 1898, in favor of The Oswego
Comercial and Savings Bank of Oswego, Oregon,
a Corporation, plaintiff, and against Ed. Dupuls,
Rose Dupuis, Henry Gerson, J. V. Lankin and
Meior Ehrman, Joseph Ehrman, Sol. W. Ehrman
and Edwin Ehi man Co., parties doing business
under the Arm name ol Mason. Ehrman and
Company, defendants, for the sum of 81508.41,
with interest thereon at the rate of 8 per cent per
cent per annum from the 16th day of Juno, 181)8,
and Hie costs of and upon this writ, commanding
me to make sale of the following described real
property, situate in the county of Clackamas,
Stale of Oregon, to-wit: All lots 7 and 8 In block
au. in the Oswego Iron and Steel Co. s hrst ad'
dition to Oswego.
Now. therefore, hv virtue nf nuld PTrpmittnn
judgment oider and decree, and in compliance
wnn me oommanas ot saia writ, 1 will, on
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th, 1898,
at the hour of one o'clock. P. M.. at the front
door of the County Court House in the City of
Oregon City, iu said County and State, sell at
public auction, subject to redemption, to the
nignest omuer, lor u. s. gold com, casii in Hand
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
tne above described property or any part thereof
iu sausiy saiu execution, juugment orcier, de
cree, interest, Costs and nil accruing costs.
J. J. COOKE,
Sheriff of Clackamas County, Oregon.
Dated, Oregon City, Or, August 5th. 1898.
In the Circuit Court of the Stale of Oregon, for
tne louiny oi Ulaoaamas.
John A. Thayer, L. E. Thayer,
J. G. Fehler, Mary A. Fehler,
li. Dodge and Fred uiuhn,
State of Oregon, County of Clackamns, ss.
DV VIKTUJS OF A JUDGMHNT ORDER,
deoree and an execution, duly Issued out of and
urder the seal of I lie above entitle J court, in the
above entitled cause, to me duly directed and dated
the 10th day of A ugust, 1H'J8, upon aj wlgment render
ed and entered in said court on the 10th dav of July,
1KDS, In favor of John A. Thayer, L. E. Thayer,
plaintiff's, and against J. G. Fehler, Mary A.
Fehler, E.Dodge and Fred Bluhn, defendants,
for the sum of $300, with Interests thereon at the
rate of 10 per cent per annum from the 28 dav of
April, 18I4, less (Si paid, and the further sum of
$60, as attorney's foe, and the further sum of 810
costs and disbursements, and the costs of and
upon tills writ, commanding me to make sale of
the following described leal properly, situate in
tne county ot uincicamas, state ol Oregon, to-wit:
Section 2 and 11, township 8, south range 2 east,
of the Willamette Meridian and situated in the
County of ('lai'kanms, and Slate of Oregon, and
Is more particularly described as follows, to-wit:
beginning at a point in the southwest line of
said chiim 43, north 52 degrees, 15 minutes, west 6
and 05-100 chains from the most southerly corner
thereof; thence north 53 degrees, 15 minutes
west If and 06-100 chains on the southwest line of
said claim 43; thence north 37 degrees, west 34
and 65-100 chains aud parallel to the southeast
line of said claim 43; thence south 45 degrees.
eust 8 and 83-100 chains and parallel to the north
east llneof said claim 43; thence south 37 degrees,
west m ana io-jiiu ennm ana parallel to me soutn
east line of said claim 43, to the place of begin
ning, containing thirty acres, more or less.
Now, Therefore, by virtue of said execution,
judgment, order aud decree, end in compliance with
tne coumianus oi saia writ, i win, on
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th, 18&8
at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m.,at the front door of
the County Court House in the City of Oregon City,
in said Comity and State, sell at public suction,
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
eitherof them, had ou the date of the mortgage
herein or since had iu or to Die above described real
property or any part thereof, to satisfy said execu
tion, judgment order, decree, interost, costs and all
accruing costs. ' ,
J. J. COOKE,
Sheriff of Clackamas County, Oregon.
Dated Oregou City, Or., August 10lb, 1808.
WOOD, BIDS WANTED.
State quality and quantity you wish to
furnish, also nrice lor delivery in our
yard or on the hill.
OkEOON (J1TY WOOLEN MILLS.
Bids will be opened August 20th, 1898.
souts o?ego.- znr
..The Most Desirable Suburb.
ADJOINING OREGON CITY AND
T s all within one mile of
nected by an improved plank road. Healthy location, fine
view, pood air. soil, water and drainage and a first-class
public school adjoining. With all the advantages of the city
and but a 1 5 minutes walk to to the business houses, makes this
a very desirable place of residence and bound to grow in
Choice Lots ready for the garden from $100 to $150 on
easy monthly installments with liberal discount to home build
ers. Call on or address.
T. L. CHAttMAN, Trustee, Charman Bros.' Block
IS THE TIME' to clean
house and repaper your
house and .
IS THE MAN to do
the painting and papering
in a first-c lss lup a
very low prices. Leave
orders at Ely Bros, store
on upper 7th streeth.
Depart TIME SCHEDULES Arrivb
for From Portland. fhom
Fast Salt Lake, Denver, Fast
Mail Ft. Worth, Omaha, Mail.
8:00 p.m. Kansas City, 8t 7:21) a. m. '
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W. H. HURLBURT,
General Passenger Agent, Portland, Or.
EAST AND SOUTH
The Shasta Route
SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO.
Express Trains Leave Portland Daily.
6:52 p. K.
9:80 A. K
8:40 A. M
1:00 P. K
Lt Portland At
Lt Oregon City Lt
Ar Ban Francisco Lt
The above trains stop at all stations betweep
Portland and Salem, Turner, Marion, Jeffer
son, Albany, Tangent, Shedds, Ealsey, Harris
burg, Junction City, Irving, Eugene, Creswell,
Cottege Grove, Drains, and all station! from
Roseburg to Ashland, Inclusive.
ROSEBURG MAIL DAILY.
9:30A.M., Lt Portland Art 4:80 P.M
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8:20 P. M. Ar Roseburg Lt 1 7: 0 M
DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE.
tVLLllAN BUFFET SLEEPE&3
SECOND-CLASS SLEEPING CARS
Attached to all Through Trains.
West Side Division,
Between PORTLAND nd CORVALL1S
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At Albany and Corvalils connect with train
of Oregon Central & Eastern R. R.
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Rates and tickets to eastern points and
Europe also JAPAN. CHINA, HONOLULU
and AUSTRALIA, oau be obtained from
E. E. BOYD, Agent, Oregon City
R. KOEHLER, C. H. MARKHAM,
Manager, Asst. ft. F. 4 P. Agent
Portland, Or. Portland, Or.
NEW DISCOVERY, NEVER FAILS.
A new, reliable and safe relief for
suppressed, excessive, scanty or pain
fnl menstruation. Now uned by over
80,000 Ladies. Invigorates these
organs. Beware of danuekotjb im
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Prepaid in plain wrapper. Send 4c in
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MIMICAL ASb.N. Chicago, UL,
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PRACTICALLY A PART OF IT.
the center of the city and is con
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C. T. HowAr,