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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD. JULY 20, 1900.
Jaffar, the Barmecide, the good vizier,
Vhe poor man's hope, the friend without a peer
laffar was dead, slain by a doom unjust,
tnd guilty Haroun, sullen with mistrust
H what the good and e'en the bad might lay,
Jrdained that no man living from that day
ihould dare to speak his name on pain of death,
.ill Araby nd Persia held their breath
All but the brave Mondeer. He, proud to show
How far for love a grateful soul could go
and facing death for very scorn and grief
For his great heart wanted a great relief),
Stood forth in Bagdad dally, in the square
tVhere once had stood a happy house, and there
Harangued the tremblers at the scimitar
'Jn all they owed to the divine Jaffar.
''Bring me this man!" the caliph cried. The man
Was brought, was gazed upon. The mutes began
To bind hissrnis. "Welcome, brave cords!" cried
"From bonds far worse Jaffar delivered me;
From wants, from shames, from loveless household
Hade a man's eyes friends with delicious tears;
Restored me. loved me. put me on a par
With his great self. How can I pay Jaffar?"
Haroun, who felt that on a soul like this
The mightiest vengeance could but tall amiss,
Now deigned to smile, as one great lord of fate
Wight smile upon another half as great.
He said: "Lot worth grow frenzied if it will,
The caliph's judgment shall be master still.
Oo, and, since gifts so move thee, take this gem.
The richest In the Tartar's diadem,
and hold the giver as thou dcemest Btl"
"Gifts!" cried the friend. He took and, hold
High toward the heavens, as though to meet his
Exclaimed, "This, too, I owe to thee, Jaffar!"
I Vote (Dncv . . ' J
St? Snntounr f
This Is the story as Tolly told It to
me over the samovar bad luck to the
new come Hussion of bearded smile
who gave It to her! Hut the story loses
much In coming from the second hand,
for the grace of Tolly's tales lies In the
telling-lii the light of eye, the twitch
of mouth, the smile and the shrug of
shoulder, and these, by favor of heav
en, cannot be put to paper, else all
would have my Polly.
She Tolly, of course was nslted by
Miss Stanton to spend the night with
her. Miss Stanton had moved Into a
new place during the day and wanted
Tolly to help her fix up Tolly knows
by Instinct just where this and that
ought to be placed for the best effect.
When they got to the house Just at
dusk, not a soul was at home, and the
Immovable door recalled to Miss Stan
ton that she had not yet asked for a
latchkey. For an Instant there were
consternation and blank faces. Then
the front windows were tried. One of
them was not locked. Their faces re
"It's unlocked all right," snld Miss
Stauton In a voice made hopeless by
new troubles, "but how are we going
to get In? Can you climb?"
Miss Stanton couldn't; that was
plain. Miss Stanton Is well, as Tolly
hesitatingly said at the telling, "she's
she's wide, you know." And then
Tolly spread her hands until about
thivo-quai'ters of tho width of the ta
ble lay between them. "About so,"
"Can 1 climb? Of course 1 can," said
Tolly with the coutldence of an all do
lug genius. "You Just slum In front of
the window, so no one can see, aud I'll
Miss Stanton slipped Into position
and Tolly disappeared behind her. Just
how Tolly got through the wludow It
begau three feet from tho veranda
floor Is not to be told, for Miss Stnn
tou effectually screens much territory,
aud Tolly, when I usUetl her. demurely
replied that there were some net-ret
that a woman could keep.
Just as Tolly came down with n link
thump vli!:!:i .Miss Ntmiloti gave u
great gasp without.
Tolly! A ptili-maii! Wlifl'll
"A polW-emu'.l!" cried Tolly, peeping
over .!i;s Sutiiiun's Ktit:hhr.
Sure eiwuirh there vwi.s an oilleei- lu
terror Inspiring brass buttons Aud he
was walking toward the house,
"Quick. Tolly! Wlnit'U we do?" Tho
voice approached the frautlc.
Hut before Tolly could make auswer
there en mo words from the olllcer,
"Say, you there come out of thnt!"
"But we live we stay here," expos
tulated Miss Stanton tremblingly.
"Thai's right, Kate. Talk up to
him," whispered Tolly encouragingly.
"Oh, yes, of course," said the olllcer
dryly, n man of "most paluful humor,"
according to Tolly.
"There was nobody at home, and I'd
forgoiteu my latchkey,"
"Good, Kate! Don't let hliu scare
you," In a discreet undertone from
Miss Stanton was trembling.
"That's a nice little story, but It's a
little old. Hut, say," lie demanded
brilliantly, ga.lng with a most wise
Binlle at Miss Stanton, who completely
eclipsed the window, "how did you ex
pect to crawl through that window?"
Miss Stanton stammered, whereat
the olllcer nodded his head with even
"ion re smooth, but the game y nn
eld one. Til Just run you In. You're
tho kind Tin looking for."
"Hut you don't mean to arrest me?
I live here!" Miss Stanton cried weak
ly. The policeman grinned. "That will
not go either. I know every one In the
house." Which was the truth, as they
learned later, for lie was sweet on one
of the girls. "You might as well close
the talk and come with me."
He took hold of Miss Stanton's arm.
As be did so he chanced to look over
her shoulder, and his eyei lighted on
Tolly, who was calmly biting the fin
ger tips of her gloves.
"Hello! So there's two of you?"
"Yes." admitted Mlsa Stanton.
He motioned to Polly.
"Come out." aald he. '
"I won't" aald Polly.
He started for her, but Polly slipped
the wludow down, locked !t and looked
at him with chin straight out. When
Polly holds her chin so, one usually
does as she likes. The officer stared
through the glass an Instant and then
turned to Miss Stanton.
"She'll come out of there all right.
You come with me to a patrol box."
Miss Stanton meekly walked away
with him. In about five minutes they
came back and sat down on the steps.
Polly pulled an easy chair to the win
dow, slipped Into It and leisurely be
gan to pull off her gloves.
So they sat until the patrol wagon
flrove up. Into which Miss Stanton was
bundled with little ceremony. Then
the policeman came up the steps to
"l ook here," he called out. "I'm tired
Of this! Come on out of there!"
Polly calmly took off her hat and
eyed It critically with head' a trifle to
"If you don't, Til smash the window
and come after you! You'll come then."
Perhaps he would have done so for
he had but little temper left had not
the man who owns the bouse come up
the steps Just then with bis wife. To
him the officer turned.
"Bobbers have been trying to get In
to your house, Mr. Wilson," he called
"Kobbersi" exclaimed Mr. Wilson.
"Thieves In my bouse! Where?"
screamed his wife.
"Oh, we've got 'cm tight enough,"
said the policeman. "One's In the par
lor now. She got In through the win
dow." "What! Women thieves?" Mrs. Wil
son ran up the steps, and within the
wludow sat Tolly, leaning back, with
her hat in her lap, which sight almost
sent her Into hysterics.
"There's one of them!" she SGreamed,
pointing to Tolly, "Sitting there just
as if she owned the place! Oh, the
"Yes, 1 seen her Just ns she and
t'other one was trying to get In," the
officer said complacently. "T'other
one's In the wagon."
The frautlc Mrs. Wilson made a rush
for, the patrol wagon.. Miss Stanton
thrust out her head.
"It's me it's just me Miss Stan
ton," she said plaintively.
"Miss Stanton! Well, of all things
my new roomer!" Mrs. Wilson stopped
short. "What are you doing In there?
How did you get lu there?"
"They put me lu," said Miss Stanton
Then came the explanation. And
then Mr. Wilson said something to
the policeman. What that was Tolly
does not know.
'I couldn't hear," she explained to
me when she had finished telling the
"Trobahly told him that he was a
policeman," I suggested.
Polly shook her head as she dropped
a slice of lemon Into her tea. "No; 1
think he called him a fool."
"Which Is the same," said 1, with a
feeling that I was very clever. "But
how did It all end?"
"It's ended. That's nil there Is to
Polly looked at me In snencc for a
full minute. Hut Tolly Is never long
without 11 word.
"Wasn't It simply awful?" she said,
shaking her bond with wide eyed, shlv
crlug solemnity. "It was shocking!"
Then an Irrepressible smile displaced
the gravity of her face, and she laugh
ed, her head thrown back just enough
to reveal the birdlike pulsings of her
"It was funny, though Is now. It
wasn't then." Her eyes were bright
with mirth tears.
Sho leaned forward, dropped her chin
Into her hands and gazed at me half
smiling, half Mushing.
"You'll never tell, . Tom. That's a
good boy don't."
"Tell!" said 1. hurt by the imputa
tion. "No, of course you won't," said
"Of course not," said 1.
Hut Tolly will never see this.-Chl-
Intteraoll nntt needier.
Several years ago Henry YTai'il
Reedier anil Colonel Ingersoll met In
n railroad station lu New York state,
where both hiul to wait for a, train.
They talked together on nil sorts of
subject"?, mere especially the future of
man, Finally the eonversntlou drifted
to peculiar epitaphs on gravestones,
and Mr. Reedier, who hud been look
ing over the headlines of a morning
"Ah, colonel, here Is a fitting epitaph
for you." The day before the birth
day of Robert Iturns, the Scotch poet,
had been celebrated with unusual cere
mony, and n description of the celebra
tion occupied considerable space on, the
tli'st page of the paper. Mr. Reedier
tore otT a two column headline and
handed It to the unbeliever. It read,
Two years later Ingersoll and Reedi
er met ngalu In a St. Louis hotel. "1
remember your epitaph on me. Mr.
Reecher," said Ingersoll, "and 1 have
got one for you. 1 will rend It for you,
'Rom In the slavery of sectarian shac
kles, hungry aud thirsty for freedom
and light, he yet died lu religious bond
lloer Kfhltiita nt (he I'arla ICxpoal
tlon. At the Paris exposition 40.000 square
foot linve boon nllottotl to tho Hoors.
Their pastoral life will be shown by a
Boer farm, portraying vividly the life
of the first colonists of the Trausvaal.
The national pavilion of the Trausvaal,
built In the Dutch style, will display
geographical documents, mineral speci
mens and exhibits showing the meth
ods of Instruction In the schools. In
the Boer farm will he exhibited the
wild animals of the Transvaal. The
means and methods of transportation
used will also be portrayed. Tbe min
ing Industry will be shown by a Ave
stamp battory. Sclontlflc American.
(Corrected on Thursday.)
Flour Best $3.103.35; graham
Wheat Walla Walla 555Gc; valley
55c56; bluestem 59c.
Oats White 3C37c; gray 33 34c.
Barley Feed $14; brewing $ 17 18.
Millstuffs Bran $12; middlings $19 j
shorts $15 ; chop $14.
Hay Timothy $9" 11 ; clover, 78;
Oregon wild $7.
Butter Fancy creamery 30 and 35c J
store, 22 and 25.
Eggs 15Jc and 16.
Poultry Mixed chickens $3.004,50;
hens $4.005; springs $23 25; geese,
$56; ducks $57; live turkeys 12
13)c; dressed, 1416c.
Chese Full cream 12Jc per pound ;
Young America He.
'Potatoes 50 and 79 cents per sack.
Vegetables Beets $1 ; . , turnips 90cJ
per sack; garlic 7c per lb; cabbage $1.50
2.00 per 100 pounds J cauliflower 75c
per dozen ; parsnips 75c per sack ; celery
7075c per dozen;' asparagus 67c;
peas 34c per pound.
Dried fruit Apples evaporated 7 8;
sun-dried sacks or boxes 45c; peare
sun and evaporated 56c; pitlesa plums
4g5-8c; Italian prunes 35c; extra
s Iver choice 56.
Corrected on Thursday.
Wheat, wagon, 52.
Potatoes, 50 and 00 cents per saik..
Eggs, 15 l-2c per dozen.
Butter, 25c per roll.
Onions, red, 85c to $1 00 pet sack;
yellow, $1 to $1.25.
Dried apples, 5 to 6c per pound.
' Dried prunes Italians, 4c; petite
and German, 3c.
Oregon Homes sekers
K.F.. CHARMAN, President
ELMER DIXON. 1st Vice-President
o. WlfJSINUKR, 2d Vice-President
O. W. EAST HAM, Secretary
IK) acres cultivated; Rood 7-r ora ho'tn .
barn and otlu-r buildings; fot ced; 11 .'mp
water; orchard. To Uubbaru, 8m'.ljs
1,200 No. 26
20 acres cultivated; all under fence.
To C'auliy, l'i miles.
JHOO Nn. 27
12 acres cultivated: 18 acres Flushed
house, bnrn and ther Imilr np; al.
fenced; Hvl ti water: orrtv rd. T
Muckabiirg, l'j miles; to Caiiby, ti miles
S.V-110 No. 28
All cultivated; line 10 room house, barns
ana numerous otner DUinunKS. 10 Bar.
' low, 1 mile: to Aurora. 1 mile. Orchard,
ru 1111 hit; water mid everylhin; to make
a tine home
ki;o No. 2
A good utoi k much. To tauby, 12 miles,
to postulllcc, 1 mile
lnO acres cullivaled; 100 acres nearly
ready for Hie ldow; good house, bam
ami other buildings; orchard; numerous
springs, ana Is all under rence
2,3M No. 31
All cultivated; house, barn and other
buildings', ell fenced; living water;
store ana postomce adjoining. To Oro
gon City, 14 miles. 0 acre orchard
11,3 0 No. 32
20 acres slashed; all fenced; running
water. To Macksburg, 1 mile; to Dauby,
I -100 No. 33
All eaily put In1 cultivation; good
springs, 10 postomce, nine; l? Ore
gon (Jltv. 12 miles
12,200 No. 34 I
40 acres cultivated; house, barn and
other buildings; all fenced; good or
chard. To Moulin, 3 milts; to Hubbard,
i4,C00 No. 80
Tract III Cancmah, 10 ij acres; 10 min
utes' walk to Oregon Oily; springs on
place, and 50 years' franclime to fur
nish water for Caneinah. Water sunnlv
will earn lis) per month, tiood house
Ten minutes' walk from West Oregon
tiood lot lu Gladstone
On motor lino; fa-c to Oregon City, 2' j'o
f S00 No. Stl
14 acres cultivated; good small house:
barn uud out buildings; o-ticre orchard;
living water. Tu store, 1 mile; to Ore
gon tity, 12 miles
$1,000 No. 87
.VI acres cultivated: six-room house:
good barn aud other buildings; running
water; orchard of mixed Iruit trees.
To store, 1 mile; to Oregon City, 12
1,000 No. 38
60 acres cultivated 1 good orchard;
fenced; running water. To sure, I
mm-; 10 uregou uuv, 1; nines
D1.000 No. .
20 acres cullivaled; small house and
bam; young oivhurd; runninir water.
To store, 2 miles; to Orcgun City, 12
The alwve is property of the nu itihers of ihe
Oregon lloineaei-kers Immigration Kictiaime, or
gauizeu on the cooperative plan for ihe purpose
of marketing real properly. Membership is opell
to those having real estate for sale.
For particular, address
Oregon City, Oregon.
t-IOOO 1.1) acres. ! l.i eult , good buildings
11600 80acrs, 20 imp., good road
1200 10 acres eordwood timber, lel
t'.M00 arret, 10 Imp., bal. Umber, on Wil. river
USt'O 6J acrea, part Imp,, good buildings
I 91) pu acre , 980 acres Umber on Wil. ilver
-XKO 120 aorea, 45 Imp., ordinary buildings
11000 71 acres, Imp., near church and school
t U'j' acre In City, Bin home, part trade
t $t acrai timber, near town, toy payments
I 200 VS acre honiMtexl, batldlngt
4000 an acres, 135 Imp., IW pasture, bal. Umber
J. A THAYER,
I-ook Box 323. Real Estate Agent.
BANK OF OREGON CITY
ILDE8T BAM KINO BOU8K H THE OITT
PAID VP CAPITAL, 160,000.00
SURPLUS ftOflSO.M '
Chie. E. cavtuib
Gso. A. BudiiI
K. O. Cawim
1 General Banking Business Transact 4
Deposits Received 8ubject to Check.
Approved Bllli and Notes Discounted.
County and City Warrants Bought.
Loans Made on Available Seouritv
Exchange Bought and ld.
Collections Made Promptly.
Drafts Sold Available In Any Part of the
TelegraphlcExchangeSoldon Portland, Sao
Francisco. Chicago and New York,
Interest Paid on Time Deposit!.
CHAS. CATTA, Proprietor
Oregon City, Oregen
?ure Milk and : Full Measure
given; delivered to any
part of the city.
Ttj Balton Dairy aal be) CsiTMs
W. II. YOUNG'S
Livery & Feed Stable
Has the best-looking rigs .
and cheap st rates in the
city. . '
Cor. Main and 4th St.
ORJSGON CITY ORF.OON
C. D. & D. C. LATOURETTE
Keel Estate and Probate Law-
Office in Commercial Bank Building
5HEQON CITY - . - - OKEGO
9o. C. BaowMU J. U. Camfbili
BROWNELL & CAMPBELL
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Cau field Building
Oregon City, Ore
W. S. U'REN
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Jaggar Building, opposite Huntley'!,
OREGON CITY - - OREGON
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Jieiitfcfif r 9fbtofat
OREGON CITY - - OREGON
M.-C STRICKLAND, D.
(Hospital and I'rlvute Kxpcr.cuou.J
Pffen his professional serv-ire to the people of
Oregon City and vicinity, pecitil attention
paid to Catarrh and Chronic disease.
BeBt of references given.
Office m Willamette Uulldiug.
10 to 12 a. m., 4 to t p. m.
Dk. GEO. IIOEYE,
Office In Caufleld BUdlng, Main Street
Bbidoi and Cbowh Wobk a Bpccialtt.
All work warranted and latlsfactlon
DR. J. H, MILLER,
BeTenth Street, near 8. P. Depot,
Obmok Citt, ... Obboos
DR. FRANCIS FREEMAN
Graduate of the Northwestern Unlver
lity Dental School, also of American Col
lege of Dental Surgery, of Chicago.
H'ilamft Block - . Oppotite Pottoffict
Oregon City, Obeqon.
C. N. GREENMAN
(Established 1865 j
f B K FIOSEEIt EXFKESSMAN AUD
Parcels Delivered to All Parts of tha Cl'y
ORKUON CITY ORKOOii
J. C BRADLEY Prop.
Acblitt livery ani! Sals Stable
OREGON CITY. OREGON,
9s the Strtet between tha Bridge and t hi
Double and tingle rtgt and laddie horsea
rays oa hand at the lowest ratee, and aoorrj
Mm connected with Ihe barn for loose stool
Any Information regarding any kind ol etno
fcomptly attended to by letter or person.
ok OREGON CITY
CAPITAL f '00,000
Transacts a General Banking Business
Loans made. Bills discounted. Makca aol
I lections, ouya auu eueru"i v f'"
In the unuea urates nurvpw u ""a
Kong. Depoaltt received aur-Jecl to check.
Bankonen boa A m.m4 P. M.
D.O.UUOTJMT1I. fRXD J. MIYEB,
O. W. KiSTHlM G. B. DlMICK
DIMICK & EASTHAM
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Commercial, Ural Ftte and Pmbale Law SptfW-
tlee, ArMtrwt or 1 '11- jbimpt undiu.
Refemcc Bank of Orrgoa City
Will practice in all the Courts of the State and
tbe U. S. Land Office. Abstracts made. Land Ti
des Quieted. Conveyances and all I egal Docu
ments drawn. Real Estate bought and sold. Divor
ces a Specialty. Office in Cadfield Bdilbwo,
OREGON CI1Y, OREGON.
G. E. HAYES.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Oppcslte Huntlej's Book Store, Vp Stairs
OfiEGON CITY, OREGOl
REV. LEW DAVIES
County Missionary America Sunday
Address, - ViOLA, OREGON
E I. SIAS
Watchmaker and Jeweler
CANBY - - OREGON
DR. L. L. PICKENS
Pries Moderate. All Operations Guaranteed,
Insure in a tirst-class companies
With an experenced aqfent.
F.F. Donaldson itett
Fire and Accident Insurance
Wm, Whittington has open
a general blncksmithing,
repair:n? and "vcod vorking
ihop al Spr.ngwater
Hoi sc. shoeing a specialty
The Celebrated Stallion, will n ake the
season of 1900 at ihe following places:
At heme in Beaver Creek on Monday.
Tuesday & Thursdays; t Young's stable
in Uregon uity, hridfy of each week,
, Owner and Manager,
It You Want High Grade
Stamp - Photos
OREGON CITY, OKEGON
A PERFECT BATH ROOM
saential to perfect conilert and health. Our
ettlmalea on putting in I'luinbing W oik and
tilling for larve and ttnall houses will be found
surpassingly low when q utility of work and
material nstnl ie cersiilered
We would be pleased w have au opportunity
osnlinm ngurea. ,
F. C. GADKE
Dr. O. O. Merrell is now located at the
Williams House, on the corner of Center
and Seventh ttreeta, wlieie be will treat
all chronic diseases successfully without
the use of drugs or knife. Fetnile dis
eases a specialty.
30 acres of land, one mile from Clack'
amaa station. All clear. Good soil
50 per acre. Inquire of owners,
DIMICK A EASTHAM
In the cov nty court of (he state of Oreuon f w
the county of Clackamas.
rn the matter of the estate of I
FKKDKK1CK A. KLINGLEK, !
JW. SMITH, the duly appointed ,
acting and qualified administrator of t'.e
, estate of Frederick A. Klingler.deceased
having aitd his petition In the above entitled
court praying for an ordernf sale of the follow
described real property belonging to said estate,
Bypubllo surveys In claim No. 40, In township i
south, rango 2 east, and In claim No. 46, in town
ship 4 south, range 1 east, beginning at a point in
the north boundary line of section 24, for the re
entrant corner, in the north boundary line of
said claim No. 40; thence norlh traciug claim
line 20.50 chains to the ncrthwest corner of said
claim No. 4j thence east tracing the north boun
dary 20 chains; thence north 6.25 chains: theno.
east 4.21 chains to the division corner between
the original olalms of husband and wlfej thence
south tracing said division line 22.71 chains to tho
line of a wagon road: ihence south 84 degrees
west tracing the line of said road 24.35 chains to
the place of beginning, containing 48.15 acres.
That said petition of said J. W. Smith sets forth
that it is necessary to sell said land to satisfy cer
tain claims held against said estate.
It Is therefore ordeied by this court that Mar
tha Klingler. wife of said deceased, and Klla
Klingler.duughter of anid deceased, and all others
unknown, if any such there be, and all other per
sons Intel ested in said estate, appear before tho
above entitled court on
MONDAI, THE 6TH DAY OF AUGUST,
A. D. WOO, al 10 o'clock a. m. of said day. at (he
court house In Oregon City, Clackamas county,
Oregon, to show cause why an order should not
begrautedto the said administrator lo sell the
above described real estate at private sale, aud
that a copy of this order be published at least four
successive weeks lu the Courier-Herald, a news
piper printed and published in said county and
state. , TIIOS. F. ltYAN,
Dated June 23, 1900.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for
the County of Clackamas.
W. T. Whillock-, gunidlfln.Del-
nerr navvman, Jiertna Newman,
Bertie Newman, Minnie New
man, Emma Newman, Mux
Newman, heirs of H.F.New
man, deceased, aud Eva New
State of Oregon, county of Clac!:amas, ss.
1JY virtue of a judgment order, decree and an
execution, duly Issued out of and under
the seal of the above entitled court, In tbe above
entitled cause, to me duly directed and dated the
t.h day of June, 1900, upon a judgment ren
dered and entered In said court on the 25th day of
November, 1S1W, In favor of Matilda Charman,
plaintiff, and against W. T. Whitlock. guardian,
et al, defendants, tor the sum of (200.00, with
Interest thereon at fhe rate of 10 per cent per an
num from the 23d day of September, 1891, and
the further sum of (5.00 costs and disburse
ments, and the costs of and upon this writ, com
manding me to make sale of the following de
scribed real properly, situate in tha county of
Clackamas, ttate of Oregon, to-wit:
The southeast quartor (ee) of section six (6), ,
In township four (4) south of range Ave (5) east
of the Willamette meridian, containing 160 acies,
together with all the tenements, hereditaments
and appurtenances to the same belonging or in
any wise appertaining.
Now, therefore, by virtue of said execution,
Judgment order and decree, and In compliance
with the commands of said writ, I will on Satur
day, tha - '
4th OAT OF AUGUST, 1900.
at the hour of 11 o'clock c m.. at the front door
of the county court house In tbe city of Oregon
City, tn said county and state, sell at public auc
tion, subject to redemption, to the highest bidder,
for U. S. gold coin cash lu hand, all the right,
title and Interest which the within named defen
dants, or either of them, had on the date of the
mortgage herein, or since had, in or to the abova
described real property or any part thereof, to
satisfy said execution, judgment order, decree
interest, costs and all accruing costs.
, , J.J. COOKE,
Sheriff of Clackamas County, Oregon.
Dated Oregon City, Ore., Jnty 2, 1900.
UNCALLED FOR WARRANTS
Following ia s list of warrants remain
ing uncalled for in the clerk's office of
Clackamas county for seven ef rs end
ing June 28,1900, and if not called for in
60 days they will be cancelled :
Gus Arndt 12140
John A Butler .1)01 '
A.T. Case 10HHR
It. K. Colman 105X0
M. Durst 10S67
Richard A Flcmin 1IW74
James (iilibs 12572
Fred (iunsder 11141
J. rt.Hnret..., 1HS7
J Utiles 12925
Patrick Kelly .10f90
John Kitchen ..121I70
K. Koehlei ItM
W T Lyons 129.14
A. Miller 12(W
H. L. Winkler 1121
' John Mi-Gime .12UUT
John Mcfallister 1200!)
James (hilnn 1202
(i. A. Heed l(Hi14
J. H. Rathburn KK34S
A. 8imnis . 124WI
Rudolph Smith 12"i70
Don Stotrsdill 12371
lieorge Smith HI!
.1. W. Thomas 12031
Hill Thomas.... lof.81
G. K. Walling 121178
Ptate of Oregon,
County of Ctftckaiuns. )
I. Llruer Dixon, county clerk ol the
above named county and utate.and clerk
of the comity court ot the county of
t'lackamas and state of Oregon, uo ucre-
iy certify that the foregoing copy of war-
rants over seven yea s prior to June 28,
1!K)0. and uncalled for has been tv me
com p.tred with the oiiginal, and that it
is a conect transcript therefrom and or
fhe hole of such original as the same
appenrs of record in my office and in my
care and custody.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto
set tn v hand and affixed the seal of said
court 'thia 2Sth day of June A. I). 1900.
Elmer Dixon, Clerk.
(seal By K. H. Cooper, Deputy.
Cheney makes stamp photos that will
For Sale $2000, 120 acres, 32 In culti
vation, good orchard and buildings, well
and stream of water ; 12 miles east of
Oregon City, Or. ; mile from church
and school. Part ' cash, balance easy
terms. Address Mra. Julia E Nelwn,