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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1899.
ADVANCE ON MALOLOS.
Americans Encountering Strong
Opposition From the
The past week lias been an eventful
period in the Iiietory of the war with the
Filipinos in the Philipines. Many of
the insurgents have been killed and taken
prisoners, and probably a hundred or
more brave United States soldiers have
sacrificed their lives for their country.
The telegraph reports would seem to
indicate that our troops are making a
desperate effort to deal a death blow to
the insurgents. The latest information
received is to the effect that the insure
gent capital has been moved from
Malolos to San Fernado. The American
army is advancing, building bridges and
waiting for supplias to come up.
Unless the Filipinos receive a death
flow at once, the contest may be a long
and bitter one, for the enemy are on their
The Oregon regiment has been in the
hickpst of the fight and they have ac
quitted themselves nobly. But more
than one home is sad on account of the
falalaties that have occured. and Oregon
is proud of the record her favorite sons
have already made. Following if a lint
of the killed and wounded in the Second
Company L, Private L. V. Strawder
man and Hayes B, Taylor. These are
the first two reported as killed. Later
four more were reported killed H. B.
Adams Company B, of Eugene; William
W. Cook, Company D, of Junction City j
Charles Herbert and Guy Millard, of
Company L, Portland.
Following is a list of the wounded : ;
Second Oregon Private Leo B. Grace,
neck, moderate; company D, Private
Daniel Bowman, hand, severe ; company
F, Private Richard Sprickdale, leg, mod
erate; company G, Private Charles E.
Cocard, sprained ankle; company M,
Corporal Frank E. Edwards, thigh,
severe; company G, Private William D.
Collins, shoulder, severe ; Musician El
mer E. Barnes, elbow, slight; company
II, Private Ralph Nodgens, elbow, mod
erate; company I, William R, Stoffer,
chest, severe; company K, Sergeant
Charles T. Wallace, neck, slight.
Private Leo Graco, neck, moderately,
resident of Lafayette, Or., where his
mother now lives.
Company D Daniel Bowman, head,
severe ; resident of Pendleton.
Company F Richard Brickdall, leg
moderate ; resident of Portland.
Company G Charles E. Cochran, a
resident of Portland.
Company E John E. Davis, shoulder,
severe ; resident of Portland.
Company M Corporal Frank E. Ed
wards, thigh, severe ; a resident of Wood
burn. George Spicer, of company G, jaw, se
vere. Company D Sergeant Lee A. More,
lock, loot, severe.
Company D Oorporal A. L. Roberts,
sprained ankle, a resident of La Grande.
Compang B Private William J. Armi
tage, arm, severe. A resident of RoBe
burg. Company C Elmer Roberts, cheBt, se
vere. A resident of Portland.
Company B C. Chandler, jaw, severe ;
George E. Pnoilgraes, thigh, moderate
recruit from Eugene; Erwin Crawford,
scalp, moderate; Earl Mount, shoulder,
slight, a resident of Eugene,
Company I) First Ssrgoant James
West, knee and hand, severe, a resident
of La Grande; William E. Scarry, but
tock, severe, a resident of La Grande.
Company E George Bnyder, chest, sc.
vere; Jacob Smith, forehead, slight, a
recruit, enlisted at Portland. First Lieu
tenant A, liraBw, forearm, severe, a
resident of Portland.
Company I Corporal Rudolph Can
tenbein, leg, nioderat . A resident of
Oregon City. Enlisted as a private,
Wa 21 years old when he enlisted, and
a son of Mrs. Annie Gantenbein.
nuiiumi, wuo received severe
injuries in the chest, has relatives here
and had clerked In Harding's drug istore
for three years before his enlistment
ins parents lives at Ssalmu. tie was
formerly a lieutenant in the milita there,
but lost the place in the reorganization
of companies that formed to go into
service. He wont into service as a re
cruit in the Woodburn company.
MANILA, March L'y. 7:30 I M. At
diijliht MucArtliur's division advanced
from Mariluo alonjr the railroad to lligaa
five miles distant, with the Nebraska,
South Dakota and IVnaylvania regiments
on the riulit and Kansas and Montana
regiments and the Third artillery on
the left. Wheaton'a brigade is in re
serve. The American forces met strong onpo
lition in the jungle. First one Nebrask
an, then one Pensylvancau, and after
wards twe men ol the Montana regi
ment were killed. Thirty-five were
wounded, including one ollicer of the
The rebels burned the village! M they
retreated in bad order toward Malolo.
The enemy alao tore tip wctioni of the
railroad iu many places, and attempted
to bum the gridge at Bigaa, but the fire
was extinguished owing to the esrly sr-
rival of the Americans. The enemy
had not finished the trenches along the
line of to-day's march, showing they
were not prepared for our advance. It
is believed, however, that there is to be
hard fighting before Malolos is taken.
TheMinneeota regimentreinforced the di
vision to-day, marching from the water
works during the night to Manila and
gonig to the front by train.
Washington, March 29. The follow
ing from Otis has reached the war de
partment: "Manila, March 29. MacArthur ad
vanced yesterday only to the outskirts of
Marilao, as it took until late in the after
noon to repair the road and railroad
bridges and send cars through with sup
plies. The march was resumed at 6
o'clock this morning, the troops moving
rapidly on Bocave, from where they will
continue to Bigaa, seven miles from Ma
lolos. The enemy has destroyed the railway
and telegraph line. A construction
train is following our forces. The ene
my's relistance is not so vigorous today.
Our loss thus far is slight. The towns
in front of our advance are being de
stroyed by Are. The troops, are in ex
cellent spirits. Otis."
Effects of the Trusts.
London, March 24. At the banquet of
the British Economic Association this
evening Sir Robert Giffen, ex-secretary
of the board of trade, presiding, Profes
sor Ashley delivered an interesting ad
drees on the position of trusts in the
United States. Professor Ashley said
the trusts were mainly the outcome of an
attempt to get rid of the disastrous effects
of cut-throbt competition. The public,
in his opinion, had greatly exaggerated
their power to rule prices. He contend
ed that the general tendency of trusts in
the United States was, in fact, to lower
pricee, as had been seen in the case of
the Standard Oil trust. Undoubtedly ti e
trusts gave an advantage to the capital
ists, but they also tended to secure
steadiness in the rate of remuneration
for labor and to promote continuity of
employment and an increased stability
A Clever Trick.
It certainly looks like it, but there i
really no trick about it. Anybody can
try it wh i has Lame Back and Weak
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We mean he can cure himself right
away by taking Electric Bitters. This
medicine tones up the whole systems
acts as a stimulant to the Liver and Kid,
teys.isa blood purifier and nerve tonic
It cures Constipation, Headache, Faint,
ing Spells, Sleeplessness and Mela -choly.
It is purely veaetablp. a m ,-
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be convinced that they are a miral
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Beauty la Wood.
Clean blood means a clean skin. No
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driving all impurities from the body.
Begin to-day to banish pimples, boils,
blotches, blackheads, and that sicklv
bilious complexion by tak ina Cascarets
beauty tor ten cents. Al iirniro-iatH
atisfaction guaranteed. 10c. 20c. 50c
Send your address to H. E. Bucklnn
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box of King's New Life Pills. A trial
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pills are easy inaction and are particn
iBry effective in the cure of Constipation
and Sick Headache. For Malaria and
Liver troubles they have been proved
nvalualile. Ihey are guaranteed to be
perfectly free from every deleterious
substance and to be nnrelv veiratnhln
They do not weaken by their action, but
nygivine tone to stomach and bowels
greatly invigorate the system. Regular
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Who Is To Blame.
T.-1.1 . 1.1 . 11
iv in lit . v milium nan oocome so nreva-
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tent itiai n in not uncommon or a chili
to he born attlicted with weak kidneva
If the child urinates too often, if the
urine scalds the fleRh, or if, when the
clu'd readies an age when it should be
able to control the passage, and it is vet
attlicted witn tieit weting, depend upon
It, the caut of the difliculty is kidnev
trouble, and the first step should be to
wards the treatment of these important
organs. This unpleasant trouble is due
to a diseased condition of the kidneys
and bladder, and hot to a habit, as most
II ihe adult has rheumatism ; pain or
dull ache in the back : if th water nana
es in irregular quantities; or at irregular
intervals or has a bad odor: if it aiaina
the linen or vessel the color of rust; if
the feet swell ; il there are puffy or daik
circles under the eyes ; your kidneva are
tne cause anu need doctoring. Treat
ment of some diseases may be delayed
without danger, not so with kidney
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, tie great
kidney, liver ano1 bladder remedy,
promptly cures the most distressinn
cases. Its mild and extraordinary ef
feet is soon realiied. Sold by druggists
in fifty-cent and dollar sues. You may
have a sample bottle and pamphlet tell
ing all about it sent free by mail. Ad
dresa Dr. Kilmer A Co., Binghampton,
N. l . When writing mention that you
read this generous offer iu the Oregon
To Car Conatlpaulrm rorotot,
I?ke Pfcr" U"ly Cathartic UV
or 25c. If C. O. C. fil to mm, druwisii
refmd money. 6
. ,. . Premature Burial. !. - j
' A bill has been introduced . into the
New York legislature looking, to the
prevention of premature burial, and it
hes brought before the public an old
discussion and not a few new facts. An
estimate of the number of people who
are buried alive every year is somewhat
startnng. A doctor of long experience pears to find a moral reason for it. fclse
who has given particular attention to , where in the civilized world the birth
this subject is of the opinion that 5 per 1 rate i8 held to bear a direct relation to
cent of all the persons who are supposed the marriages, and nowhere is marriage
to be the victims of sudden death are treated so lightly as in France. Several
buried before consciousness has quite philanthropic Frenchmen, stimulated
left the body. Especial attention is by the fear that their country will in
called to the unseemly haste which at- time be depopulated, have offered prizes
tends most funerals in common life, and for the largest French families, and in
it is pointed out again that there are one case a prize has been offered for the
no human means of determining the best father (le meilleur pere de f amille),
entire absence of consciousness in a ln(j jn every instance the prize has gone
seemingly dead body except the begin-1
uiug jl ucvajr, xiu wiiiuu but) auiYiriiig
friends as a rule will not wait. It is
now proposed to furnish storage recep
tacles at the cemeteries, where all bodi'-s
may be kept under supervision until i
decay sets in. This practice is followed
in several European countries.
The Manhattan club of New York is.
next to Tammany, the oldest Demo
cratic club in the state and in many re
spects the most eminent on account of
the many distinguished men of ability
who have belonged to it. It has, how
ever, always represented the well to do
element in the party, and its members
in old times were called the "Swallow
tails" in contradistinction to the
"Shorthairs" of Tammany. A few
years ago the club moved up town into
the white marble mansion of the late
Mr. Stewart on Fifth avenue, for which
it paid $40,000 a year rent. This was
doubtless in accordance with the tradi
tions and desires of the club, but Mr.
Croker suddenly rejuvenated the Demo
cratic club on a loss patrician basis,
and the Manhattan instantly fell the
rivalry. It now acknowledges that it
cannot afford to pay $40,000 a year and
is looking for a cheaper clubhousa Its
membership, owing to the popularity
of the other club, has fallen from 1,100
to 800, and for the first time in its his
tory the 800 have been assessed 50
each to meet expenses.
It is becoming quite the thing for the
women to call upon a justice of the
peace to decide legally for them wheth
er their hats are on straight, or, in oth
er words, whether their new dresses fit
them, before tbey pay the bills. Three
cases have recently got into court
through the efforts of the milliners to
collect their money, and in each case
the defendant put on the dress so that
the judge could decide on the fit, and in
each case the judge, who took great
pride in his knowledge of proper form,
decided that the thing was just horrid.
It is now asserted by one of the-lady
editors, who shows a mean spirit, that
these exhibits proceed from a desire to
advertise the dresses and not from a de
termination to beat the dressmaker.
Heine somewhere says that the slip
per of a despot which has kicked a sub
ject will command a higher price in the
world than n work of art that ennobled
a nation. Some years ago a demented
ruffian attacked Queen Victoria and
struck her with a cane, for which he
was promptly transported. The ether
day the cane turned up and was adver
tised to be auctioned off. But a gentle
hint came to the enterprising auctioneer
from Osborne, and he hurried to coun
termand the auction and make himself
scarce. In this case a hint was as good
as a kick.
Americans who have viewed with
perplexity their street car probloms and
have never been able to correct over
crowding, will learn with surprise how
London recently tackled the subject.
Tho police held np and overhauled all
the cars in which the passengers were
standing. They then insisted on taking
tho names and addresses of every one of
them. As this meant a possible sum
mons and a great deal of official annoy
ance, in three days there was not a pas
senger standing up in the whole city.
New York city presents at this mo
ment the extraordinary spectacle of ev
ery intorest in the community fighting
the Third Avenue Railroad company
to prevont it from laying down trolley
tracks on un already overcrowded ave
nue, and tho dramatic part of the spec
tacle is that the Third Avenue railroad
doesn't pay the slightest attention to
the communrty, but goes gayly on
laying down its tracks
A French play has been produced in
Faris from the pen of M. Georges Fey
deau, which is "charmingly wicked,"
according to tho Parisian chroniclers.
Some idea may be formed of its charm
oy tne principal incident, in wliicli a
pure minded cure is made to sing a dis
gusting song without knowing the
meaning of the words. And Frenchmen
are praising Fey dean for this!
The debate in the senate over the
respective merits of Admirals Sampson
and Schley resulted in a call for papers
and a desire for investigation. Some of
the senators do not think that there
was glory enough to go round.
Some idea of the travel in Nev? York
city is furnished by the fact that 43.
000. 000 people cross the Brooklyn bridge
evory year. Tha total receipt of the
bridge from Um day of opening hare
i over flft. 000, 000.
Morality nd Population. ' .
France Is still struggling with the
birth rate. The wisest of her scientists
cannot account for the decrease, and
the statisticians who point out the
alarming falling off have no remedy to
propose. What is very strange xo iur-
eigners is that nobody over there ap-
t0 the peasantry. In Paris such an honor
would be avoided as scandalous. The
French people have yet to learn that to
be the gayest nation on earth is not to
be the most fecund. Marriage is very
apt to be a serious affair, and the Pari
sians at least have too many other af
fairs that are far more lively, but not
Father Carroll, the estimable rector
of St. Patrick's Roman Catholic church
in Jersey City, preached recently to his
largo congregation on some of their
shortcomings during the year. Among
these shortcomings he mentioned with
much emphasis their failure to get
married. He pointed out that the young
men of his parish were very dilatory in
this business and that the large num
ber of nnnmrried young women was
very reprehsnsible. It is only fair to
this estimable priest to believe that he
was not looking for the revenues which
marriage brought in. but to the future
well being of his community, which he
stated very plainly depended upon mar
riage. Thcro are few clergymen outside
of the Catholic church that would care
or dare to make this personal applica
tion of a general principle, and the gen
eral principle is that marriage, when
effected through love, has a larger in
fluence upon the community than is
generally understood, and ought to be
included among other reformatory
measures. We hear so much of the evils
of hasty marriages that it is something
of a relief to have a brave priest who
dares to say a word for the blessings of
early marriage. And the testimony of
mankind is on his side. If it were not
that marriage, largely viewed, is a con
serving force, the race would have dis
appeared long ago. But it is more ; it
is a moral force. There have been more
thoughtless young men turned into self
sacrificing heroes by marriage than
have been driven to desperation by it
To judge of marriage by the divorce
courts is like judging of the strength of
a nation by living in its hospitals. The
flippant opponents of marriage dare not
compare facts and figures with the
young husbands of the world.
When the wave of speculation that
swept over Wall street reached its
highest point the scenes in and about
the Stock Exchange baffled description.
The accumulated orders of outside buy
ers broke loose like an uvalauche with
tho opening of business, and the excite
ment reached fever heat. Thousands of
persons, attracted only by the spectacle.
choked Wall, New and Broad streets,
and tho scenes recalled the frantic mobs
of 18C3. A few cool heads that are
watching this pandemonium of specu
lation, are well satisfied of what will
follow. No one ever heard of a fever on
a self sustaining basis.
Joaquin Miller's' appearance on the
variety stage does not please his manv
old friends, who still regard him as an
ideal poet. But it must be remembered
that Joaquin was always a charming
story teller, and he comes to the front
now in a bine shirt with his trousers
tucked in his boots merely to tell the
story of his adventures in the Klondike,
and as things go that ought to be far
more edifying than much of the stuff
furnished by the variety halls
The late Baron Rothschild left to the
British museum art treasures worth
$ 1,000,000. There is a comfortable feel
ing all through Europe when great his
toric memorials are threatened that
they will somehow arrive in the course
of time in the British museum. An
Engliah general in looking at the pyra
mids remarked. "What an expense to
posterity it will be to enlarge the Brit
ish museum so as to hold these things I"
Athens, the Grecian city, is strug
gling with the theater hat A recent
ministerial decree prohibited the wom
en from wearing their hats at places of
public amusement, and the women re
taliated by coining to the theater with
their hair built up into Eiffel towers It
is now supposed that the minister will
issue another decree ordering them to
put on their hats again.
Some of the opinions of the members
of the returned Astor battery, which
came back from Manila the other day.
re not complimentary to our new El
Dorado. Most of the men declared that
they wouldn't go back to Manila under
any circumstances and called it a be
sotted and God forsaken place.
The American navy, according to the
recently insn-jd register, is now larger in
efficient vessels than it was at the close
of the civil war. with eight first class
' Indigestion, Dizziness,
Indicate that your liver .
Is out of order. The
best medicine to rouse
the liver and cure all . ,
these ills, is found In
25 cents. Sold by all medicine dealers.
OREGON CITY, OREQON
Notice of Sale of Delinquent Stock.
VOTICE IS HF.RKBY GIVEN THAT BY VIR-i-v
tne of oertain assessments on the shares of
capllal stock of the Blueltiver Mining and Mill
inn Company, a corporation, of assessments duly
levh (I by the directors thereof at their duly called
meetings on the tit ti day of June 18116, Aug. 15,1
lt!)7, and Sent. 17, 189S, and by virtue of Ihe
acuon oj me Doara oi directors or Bant corpora
tion on the 1st day of February, 1891), said assess
ments were declared to be delinquent, and pur
suant to the order thereof, now, therefore, the
following stock will on Saturday. April 1st, IHD9,
at 't o'olock p. m., at the front door of the court
house in Ihe city of Oregon City. Oregon, be sold
by me at public unction, to the highest bidder for
cash In hand, to make the amount of assessment
and costs of advertising therein, namely :
Name. - No. Shares. Amount
B. K Unn 1,500 .'6.25
Francis Rans 267 6.67
N. O Walden Estate 1, 'tK) 33.00
W. W. Myers 4,000 60.00
J. W Potter 2110 8.00
Fete Nehrlu...., 200 . 3.00
Oregon City, Feb. 23, 1890.
J. M. TBACY, President.
J. J. COOKE. Secretary,
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for
tne liouuty oi lacanmas.
Leolie Blair, Plaintiff,
Johnathan B. Blair, Defendant.
To Johnathan R. Blair, the defendant above
IN THE NAME OT TJIE STATE OFORHGON,
Yon are hereby requiied to appear and answer
the complaint filed against you in the above en
titled court in this cause within six weeks from
the date of Ibe first publication of this summons,
that is to say, on or before the lath day of April.
Ikiu, the first publication of this summons being
on the Sd day of March, 181)9, and the last on the
14th day of April, 1899, and it you fail to answer
Plaintitt will apply to the court for the relief
prayed for in the complaint, to-wlt:- That the
bonds of matrimony heretofore and now elst
irg between plaintiff and defendant be dissolv
ed ; that plaintiff hava the custody and control
f their minor child ; that she have her costs and
disbursements herein, and such other and furth
er relief as shall seem meet iu the premises.
This summons la published oursuant to an
order of the Hon. Thos. F. Byan, county Judge
of Clackamas county, Oregon, granted on March
1st, 1S99, prescribing and ordering publication of
in is summons ouce a ween lor six weeks.
HEDGES & GRIFFITH.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Notice Is hereby Riven that the undersigned has
been duly appointed by the county court, of the
Btate of Oregon, for Clackamas county, to be the
exei-utrix ot the last will and testament of James
G. Wilson, deceased, and that she has qualified as
such. All rersons having claims against the
estate of said deefdent are hereby notified to present
the same to the undersigned at her residenco at
Milwauklein said county of Clackamas within
six (6) months from Ihe first publication of this
MARGARET A. WILSON.
Executrix of the last Wilt and Testament ol
James A. Wilson, deceased.
Fen ton. Bronaugh A Mulr.
Attorneys for Estate
In the Justice Court fordltilotNo.4,Clackamas
Countv. Oiwon. Cl-.arle Albright,' Jr., plaintiff.
vs. A.M. Docksteader and Iiocksteadcr, his
wife, dnfelidaiils. To A M. Docksteader and
Dookslemler, his wife, the anove named deteiin
ants: In the name of the 8 ate of Oregon, you
and ea; h of you are hereby required to appear
and answer the roinplatnt lilhd against you iu
the alove eitlltli ri action on or before May 8th,
1899, an.! If yi'ii fail so to answer for want thereof
the plaintill will take Judgment against you on
lour cau es of action aggregating tho sum of fi'1.06
for goods snlti and delivered, end for the costs
and dikburst mints of this aotlon. This summons
Is prblisl'id lor fix weeks by order of 0.
celinehel. iustl' e of the peace in the above en-
tit'ed eonit. made on the 10 h day of March, 1899.
rir i puoiiciniou i
March 24. Atturney for Plaintiff.
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In the Circuit Court of the State ol Oregon ft
the County oi Clackamas. wiot, an
G. A. Rockwood.
Wm. M. Burket and Sarah Bnrket,
his wife, and Joseph Eugene Hed
ges, aa Exeoutor of the win of
Joseph Hedges, deceased.
8tate of Oregon, County of Clackamas-, i
DY VIRTUE OF A JUDGMENT finne-i.
under the seal of the above entitled court in Ihn
above entitled cause, and to me duly directed
dated the 8th day of February. 18MI, a Judg
ment rendered and entered In said court on Ik.
Slat day of January, 1899, in favor of O.A Jtoik!
wood, plaintiff, and against Wm. M. Bnrket and
Farah Burket, his wife, and Joseph Eugene fled
gesas executor of the will of .losepn HcdeVs
deceased, defendants, for the sum of tlttuft
with Interest thereon at the rato of 10 per cent e?
annum from the Slat day of January, m, ana
further sum of J4O.00, as attorney's fee, ind
flUe7? 2' 22-. wh interest there.2
from the 31st day of January, 1SW, and the
the further sum of 112 60 costs and disbursed mb
and the eosts of ad upon this writ, OommawSiiui
me to make sale of the following described real
property, situate In the county of Clackamas
state of Oregon, to-wit: "
W of lot one (1) of b'ock nineteen (191 in Holme.
addition to Oregon City, Oregon, which is d.
scribed as follows: Beginning .t the northwe,
corner of said lot one (1) and thenc. east alone
the north line of said lot 60 feet: thence sonth
parallel with the west line of said lot one (1) aofi
feet to the south side of said lot one (Y thine,
west 50 feet to the southwest corner of said lot
one (1); thence north along west line 200 fed to
plaoe of begli nlng, said lot being In the north
part of saia Holmes' P. L. C. No. 4, Notification
Citvn Parl f Sa'd lalm "dJolntu8 Oregon
Now, therefore, by virtue of said execution .
Judgment order and decree, and in compliance
with the commands of said writ, 1 will, oa
SATURDAY, THE 1ST DAY OF APRIL,
fi9), at the hour of one o'clock P. M., at the front
door of Ihe County Court House in the eilyof
. I,,, , uuumy mm siate, sell at pub
lic auction, suujiot to redemption, to theiirhnl
bidder, for U. 8. gold coin, cash in hand, all tie,
right, title and Interest which the within named
defendants, or either of Ihem, had on the dale of
the mortgage herein, or since had In or to ht
above described real property or any part ikereef
tosatUfy Baid exec ution judgment older, decree
von, mobs Dim nil uiuiuiug CUSUS.
Fherlff of Clackamas Countv, Oregon,
Dated Oregon City, Oregon, Feb. 8, lSflfc
Department of thk iNnniioit.j
United States Laud Ofv'ic,J
Oregon City, Ore., Feb. 21, lS-
! SUFFICIENT CONTEST AFFIDAVIT HAV
a iug been tiled in this oBice by Asa Reed, eun
teslant, against h mest, ad entrv No. 11576, wde
October 4, MS, for SW sections, township S.
range 7 e, by Julius Stelnbeig, conteetee, in which
It is alleged that the said Julius Steinhng but
wholly abai'doned said tract andohansed hia resi
dence thcrofr m-for more than twelve months
last past and next to the date ot said contest affi
davit; that the said Steinberg not only abandons
nia nam out actually abandoned tne state er
Oregon about twelve mon'.hs ago and went 1
Klondike Alaska, and as far as known he still re
sides at the I) resent in Alaska: that the statement
contained in his preti nded "leave of absence,'"
niea reo-nary, is, were not such aa to justify a
leave of absen e, such as the Act of March X 1879,
ever contemplated: that said tract is not mIiIm)
upon ai d cultivated by said claimantas required
uy tnw ai auypenoa since tne nateoi saia wirv
said parties are hereby notified to appear, res punt
and offer evidence touching said allegations at 10
o'clock, A. M ,on Apail 18, 18119, before the Begin'
ter and Receiver at the United Stales Land Olhce
in Oregon City, Oregon,
The said contestant having, In a proper afflhrrit,
filed February 2U, 1899, set forth facts whiafc show
that after due diligence personal service) of state
notioe cannot be made, it is hereby ordered ami
directed lhat snch notice be given by dn anil
proper publication. WM. GALLOWAT,
Notice Is hereby given that I have been appoint
ed administrator of the estate of Henry KHaa.
deceased, by tho Honorable County Com? of
Clackamas county, Oregon. All pen one haTtng
claims against said estate are hereby notified to
present the same to me for payment at my horn
near Liberal pnstofnce.ClackaniHS county .Ores?",
with proper vouchers therefor, within six mouth
from the date of this notice.
Dated at Oregon City, Oregon, this 22nd y of
WILLIAM H. HUSBAND,
Administrator of the estate of Henry Klise, iermmi.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I
becn appointed executrix of the last will
and testament of the estate of Samuel Heiple,
deoeased, by Hit Hon. county court of I'laekanas
county, Oregon. All persons having ulaima
against said estate are hereby notified to present
the S4me to me for payment, at ray home at
Eagle Creek (('urrlnsvllle P. O. Claokamas comi
ty, Oregon, with proper vouchers, within six
months from the date of this notice.
MRS. MRY HEIPI.E,
Executrix of the last will and te-lament el Sam
uel Heiple, deceased,
l-aled this 20 h day of February, 18.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
TO ALL W HOM IT MAY CONCERN: Nolfop
Is hereby given that I have filed my final
report as exioutor ot the will of John Fullam, de
ceased, and that the probate oourt of Clackamasi
conutv, State of Oregon, has set Monday, Ihe i
day of April, 18!, at the hour of 10 o'clock A. JJ.
for the hearing of the said report and objettions
thereto, if any there be, at which time all pemas
that urs nterested are hereby notified to be present.
Executor of the will of John Fullman, iteeeasnl.
A HOME FOR $10 PER MONTH.
Consisting of 4 lots, good garden spot, rumiine
water the year round, 3 room house, good cellar,
barn big enoueh for two cows and 1(H) chickens.
It blocks from court house, l'rlee SHOO, fi per
cent interest. 176 cash down. For particulars
inquire at this ofiice. Teum and stock taken in
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oremon. for
the County of Cla kamas.
R. Rooik, Plaintiff, i
Nancy L. Hunter, J. (! Rootk. Eliia
YV . lloork, fauna A. (in-en, Ida A.
-rlll, Mrs. Huberts, widow of J. W.
lloork, deceased; P. H. Rnork,
James L Koork. Annie K. Hale,
Mis. Carrie P well.Saiah C.Kellv,
Ada K. iKcerman, Pearl Koork.
Para A. Kelly, Mrs. McKen lie, John i
B. Kelly, Belli. J. Kelly, Mrs. Lll-
lie Dundee. Mrs. Moriah Buov,
unknown children of Mrs Corin'a I
Culbertson, deceased: unknown !
children of Mis. Rosa M. Calvin,
deceaatd;.- unknown children of I
Harvey Kook. deceased: W. M.
Heckler, O. W. Hackler. Mahal 1
Hacker, kliza Petlilobn. J. s
HaCKler, T J. Hackler, Jainlna I
K.tlrcil, r. A. Hackler and all
other hi Irs unknown ot Hios. I
To Nancy L. Hunler, J. C. Koork, Eliza W.
Roi rk, Sal.na A. i.reen, Ida drill, Mrs. Hub
erts, widow of J. W. lloork. deceased: P. H.
Roork, Jas. I. Knoik. Annie K Hale, Mrs, Carri
Powell, !-nruh C. Kelly, Ada K. Tiedennan, Pearl
Enoik Srtin A, Kelly, Jlr. McKcnzie, John B.
Kelly, BenJ.J. K.lly, Mis I.Hlie Dundee, Mm.
Moriah Puj, ucKnnwti children of Mrs. (Gorilla
t'nlberlson. dec used: nu notvn i h'ldra of Mrs.
Rosa M.i'n'v u di ceased ; t.ulnnu n ihildren of
Hnrie H' "ik. u ci-ascri; w. Ilsckli r. B. W.
Harkli-r, M ihala llai-klcr, Hir IVII;.bn, J, 8.
Hackler, T J li.ukhr Jainlna Kuiu ll, K. A.
Ilackie , and all i ihcr hci:s unknowu j ihoav.
HiKirk : d- oi-Hed said .It fenlauls:
Iu the unnie of the Sin e of l;rc, n:
Youande iCh uf you are hereby rei; af rt to
be and wir in the abov. entitled eoart on r
before the 17lh day of April, l!i9, to ai.swer the
com, 1 st 1 11 1 Hied ir!nt you In ihe ab-ive entitled
suit, and II you fail to do so th. plaintlffwill lake,
a dx-rr. against yon for tl relief demanded In
the complaint, to-it: That the plaintiff be de
creed to be the owner of ti,t southwest quarter of
o'lon 7, townsh p 1 south, al range 4 east s tbtt
Willamette meridian, being Ihe donation laid
claim ol Tho.. K.iork, in Clackamas anaaiy.
Orrg op, and that you ami each of ou be forever
barred from asserting anv claim therein, and for
such other relief as shall mm meet ad proper.
This summon, is published by ordt of Hob
T. A. McRndr.jndae of raid court, made the 20th
day of February. lo. H. It. t KOfcS,
A'tmiev for Pli-tnti
First publication F.brawij 24, ltJ,