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Oregon City courier-herald. Friday, October is. 1901
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A. I. CRAIG, O.P. A.,
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
' In the County Court of of the State of
Oregon, for Clackamas County.
In the matter of the esUte of Leonora
Notice is hereby given that Lucinda
Ross, administratrix of the estate of Leo
nora Ross, deceased, has filed ber final
account in the County Court of the State
of Oregon, for Clackamas Oounty, and
that by order of snid court Monday, the
4th day of November A. D.. 1901, at 10
o'clock a. m., in the county couit room
in the court bouse in euid county has
been fixed as the time and place for
hearing objections thereto, and settling
Administratrix of the Estate of
Leonora Ross, Deceased.
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for the Countv of Clackamas.
W. A. Jarvis, Plaintiff,
Jacob J. Burbank, James T. Burbank,
Sarah Jane All pin , Sarah Jane Staus
bury and Stephen A. Stansbury,
To Jacob J. Burbank, one of said de.
In the name of the State of Oregon,
you are hereby required to appear aud
answer tl.e complaint tiled agaiust you
in the above entitled suit on or before
tbethe 18ih day of November, 1901, and
if you fail so to appear the plaintiff will
apply to the court for the relief demand
ed in the complaint, to-wit:
For a decree correcting a ci rtain deed
made and executed on the 20th day of
November, 1809, by Stephen A. Stana
bury and Sarah Jane Stansbury, his
wife, to Jacob J. Burbank and James T,
Burbank to certain lands in Clackamas
county, Oregon, and which deed is found
recorded in in Book 'il" page 140, of
the record of deeds for said county, by
eliminating the name of Jacob J. But'
bank, as one of the grantees, anil in
serting in lieu thereof ihe name of Sarah
J. Burbank, as one of the grantees, and
for a decree quieting the title to the
lands described in said deed, to-wit:
13)4 acres of land off the south end of
the east half of the southeast quarter of
section 31, township 1 south, range 3
east of the Willamette Meridian ; and
that you be forever barred at any right,
title or interest in and to said lands.and
for such other relief as shall seem n eet
and proper in the premises.
This Bummons is made in pursuance
of an order made by the Honorable A
Thomas F. Ryan,County Judge of Clack
amas Countv, on the 3rd day of October,
II. E. Crops,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
First publication of this notice October
Bears tha J The Kind You Have Always Bought
In the Circuit Court of ilia S' ate of
Oregon, for the County of Clackamas.
William A. Crisell, Plaintiff,
Willif.m Ratcliff, Defendant.'
In the name of the State of Oregon,
you, William Katclilt, defendant, are
hereby notified and required to be and
appear in the above entitled suit in the
above named circuit court,and answer the
complaint of said plaintiff therein filed
against you by November 8th, 1901, that
being the day set lor the trial oi this
case, following six weeks publication of
this summons, and you will take notice
that if you fail to so appear and answer
said complaint for the want thereof,
plaintiff herein will apply to the said
court for the relief prayed for in said
complaint, which is in brief, aa follows
to-wit: For a decree against said defend
ant; decreeing the plaintiff to be the
owner in fee ;simple of the following de
scribed premises and the whole thereof,
Lot 4 of section 22, and the west half
of the east half of section 28 in township
3 south of range 1 west, Willamette
Meridian, being and situate in Clacka
mas county, State oi Oregon . And de
creeing that defendant has ni right, ti
tle, interest or estate in or to said prem
ises, or any port thereof, and for such
other and further relief as to this court
may seem equitable and juet and lor
his costs ann disbursements.
This summons is servhd by publica
tion for six weeks by order of lion.
Thomas F. Ryan, Countv Judge of
Clackamas Couxty, State of Oregon
bearing date October 2ml, 1901, said or
der being obtained from said judge)).
caus of the absence from the county of
ti on. i. a. mciriie, J uue ot the Ju
RoBEIlT A. Mlt.LEB,
Attorney for PlaintilL
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The enterprising citizens of Oregon
City have purchased a $050 Chickering
Piano and will on January 25, 1902, give
it to the organization or person receiv
ing the greatest number of votes. The
instrument and ballot box are on exhi
bition at Burmeister & Andresen's jew
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every Wednesday evening and the result
published in the Courier-Herald. The
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Charman & Co., drugs
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Red Front, general merchandise
I. Celling, "
K. T. Barlow, groceries
J M.Price, clothing
P. O. Cigar Store
Pope & Co., hardware
A. Robertson, groceries
Ely Bros., general merchandise
G. A. Harding, drugs
J. W. Blanev, meats
G. Rosenstein, clothing
W. L. Block, housefurnisher
Kozy Kandy Kitchen
P. G. Shark, barber, confectinery
H. Schrader, bakery
Mis. Deute, ladieB' furnishing goods.
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NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed executor has filed his final ac
count in the office of the Clerk of the
County Court of ther State of Oregon for
Clackamas County, and by order of T.
F. Ryan, Monday, December 2nd, A. D,
901, at 10 o'clock a. m.. thereof is ap-
pointeu at tne county court room in Ure
gon City, Oregon as the time for hear
ing objections to said account.
Otto II. Miller, '
Executor of the Estate of
Peter H. Miller, Deceased.
Dated Oct. 16th, 1931.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice U hereby given by the under
signed, executrix of the estate of Martha
A. Barlow, deceased to the creditors of
and all peisons having claims against
thesayl estate to present the same prop
erly verified, within six months from
the nrst publication of this notice, to
the undersigned at the office of her at
torney, Hedges & Griffith, in Oregon
Mary S. Barlow,
Executrix of the Will of
Mriha A. Barlow. Deceased.
First pub. icaiinn Oct. 18,1901.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that tbe un
dersigned, the administrator with the
will annexed of the estate of D. W.
Howell, deceased, has filed in the county
court of Clackamas county, Oregon, his
final account as such administrator with
the will annexed, and that Monday, De
cember 2nd, 1901, at the hour of 10
o'clock a. m., at the county court room
of Clackamas county, Oregon, has been
appointed as the time and place by said
court for tbe hearing and determining
any and all objections thereto.
Bruce C. CrjwtY,
Administrator with the Will Annexed
of the Estate of D. W. Howell,
Dated October 12, 1901.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE TO CRED
ITORS. In the County Court, of the State of
Oregon for County of Clackamas County.
In the matter of the estate of James
L. Bailey, deceased.
Notice is hereby giveh that ihe under
signed has been appointed executor of
the aboye entitled estate. All persons
naving claims against said estate are
hereby required to present them duly
verified within six months from the
date of this notice to the said executor at
the office of John W. Loder, at Oregon
' Francis Bailev.
Executor of the Estate of
James L. Bailey, Deceased.
Dated October 2, 1901.
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advertising matter. Its
When using baking
powder it is always econ
omy to buy the Royal.
Royal makes the finest,
most wholesome and de
Friday. October 11.
Death Lorenzo Snow, the fifth
Of president in succession of the
Lorenzo Church of Jesus Christ of
Snow. Latter Day Saints, better
known as the Mormon
church, died rather unexpectedly at his
private residence, the historic beehive,
in Salt Lake City yesterday afternoon.
The immediate cause of bis death was
hypostatic congestion superinduced by
aggravated bronchitis. Several weeks
ago President Snow contracted a cold,
which was accompanied by a hacking
cough. President Snow's death dis
solves tbe first presidency of which he
was the head, bis two councillors being
Joseph F. Smith and Rudger Olawson.
Until his successor is chosen at the an
nual conference next April, the leader
ship of the church will devolve upon
the council of 12 apostles, of which
body Mr. Smith is the recognized head.
Unless death shall come to him in the
meantime, Mr. Smith will be the next
president of the church. President
Snow, during his life, was the husband
of nine wives and 43 children. Three of
the wives are still, living. President
Snow was the best financial manager,
the church ever had and tided it over
adveasity. The deceased was born at
Mantau, Ohio, April 14th, receiving a
classical education at Oberlin college.
He became a convert to Mormonism in
1836, and immediately began present
ing. Since then he had been one of the
of the most active and prominent mem-
bi rs of the church organization. He had
beeu on numerous foreign missions, the
most important being that to Great Brit
ain in 1840, where he became president
of the London conference. In 2818, at
the head of a train of 100 wagons, he
made the tverland trip fioin Illinois to
the present site of Salt Lake city.
German man-of-war's men were at
tacked by a Venezuela mob at Porto Ca-
bello. Two petty onicers were badly
wounded by the palice. Both sides are
Miss Stone's captors are said to have
taken her into Turkish territory.
Judge Scott wa acquitted of the
charge of criminal .,sauii on a woman
at New Whatcom.
Saturday, O. t .her 12.
Bulle The storm raised by Gen
Called eral Buller's remarkable
Upon outburst in London yester
To day afternoon, continues to
Resign, grow. In his speech yester
day General liulier com
plained of the general criticism, especi
ally of himself. He admitted that he
had advisee Geueral Sir George White
that it would possibly be necessary to
surrender Ladysmith, but, bearing in
mind all tbe cireumztances of the case,
he said, is quite prepared to let the pub
lic jtftlge of the justifiability of tbe news
paper's attacks. Tbe speech is one
topic of discussion, and there is a gen
eral anticipation that disciplinary meas
ures will follow, unless General Buller
himself takes the advice of such a con
servative supporter of the government
as the Standard, and resigns. The news
papers of England are ridiculing Buller,
and demanding his resignation.
A dispatch from Constantinople
states that in compliance with a request
from Washington, the search by Otto
man troops for the abduetors of Miss
Stone, the American missionary, has
been abandoued. it being feared that the
brigands would kill her should they be
closely pursued. Arrangements are now
being made to pay the ransom de
manded. Only about half the ransom money
has been raised for the release of Miss
Stone, the kidnapped missionary in
Bulgaria, and another appeal has been
tnada for funds.
G. W. Hayes, register of the Burns
land office, has been dismissed on ac
count of charges filed by G. W. Horton,
a citizen of Burns, who alleged that
Hayes was too intimate with his wife.
On the presentation of the charge sev
eral weeks ago, Special Inspector Pat-
j terfon was detailed by Commissioner
! Hermann to make an examination into
! the circumstances of the case. He vis
! ited Burns, and on thorough investiga
tion made a report sustaining the cor
j reitness of the charge. Thereupon ac
tion was taken removing him from of
j fice. Hayes flatly denied the charge.
HU removal in no wise reflects on
I Hayes' official conduct, that question
not having been raised. He was ap
pointed nearly four years auo.
Statistics carefully compiled at Seattle
disclose that 9100 people went to Nome
ibis sen smi, and thi 10,200 have re
tvrned or are n turning, leaving about
4,000 in the district for the winter.
There were 80 vessels, steam and sail
rigged, engaged in the traffic, carrying
from this port 65,000 tons of freight. The
I estimated receipts of the transportation
' companies for freight and passengers are
$1,874,000, and the value of the freight
shipped from Seattle, 45,500,000. About
$4,600,000 in gold has' been shipped
from Nome this season.
Sunday, October 13.
Multnomah An Important prelimi
Republicans nary movement for the
Reorganize, campaign next year in
Multnomah county was
tne reorganization last evening of the
Portland city and county central com
mittee by the selection of Dr. O. P. 8.
Plummer as chairman to fill a vacancy
caused by the resignation of Hon. Don
ald McKay, and the choice of Willis S.
Dnniway to succeed Graham Glass, jr.,
as secretary of the committee. Further
changes are the enlargement of the com
mittee by the addition of an advisory
body of one member from each ward
and proposals for further extending the
committee bv choosing nn additional
m m from each precinct in the county.
The Dowager Empress of China has
issued two edicts, one of which estab
lishes two new boards and abolishes
many minor offices. The other admon
ishes oihcials to enforce the reforms de
creed in recent edicts and sayB: "My
self and the emperor for the past year
have slept on wormwood and eaten galr,"
aChinete metaphor for nourishing ven
geance. The edic. goes on to say that
the biard of national administration,
Yung Lu, controller-general of the rev-
envue board and others urge the court to
inform the whole empire that it is deter
mined to execute reforms and enviins
officials to study and adopt the Western
methods recommended by Viceroys Liu
Kun Yi and Chang Ohih Tung.
Judge Morris, of the United States
cucuit court at Baltimore, handed
cown his decision today in the Russian
sugar bounty cases, upholding the ac-
tiou of Collector Stone in levying an ex
tra tariff duty of 70 cents a hundred
pounds on BUgar imported to this coun
try fron. Rui-sia by Robert E. Downs, a
commission merchant. Mr Stone's ac-.
tiou was taken in accordance with an
order from the treasurv department,
dated December 12th, 189S which levied
this additional duty, claiming that the
Russian government allowed a bounty of
The 80th birthday of Professor Vir
chow was celebrated in Berlin yester
day. The aged scientist deelared he
would visit the United States when he
A fruit union of Willamette valley
strawberry growers is proposed. The
movement is in the interest of hotter
fruit aud better prices. The Southern
Pacific will aid in the mat r.
A peculiar disease has bemi discovered
among the horses of the Cariboo dis
trict. Their feet swell and then burst.
So far no remedy has been diwoverprf.
Vetrinary surgeons have been sent 1 1 the
district by the provincial government.
Tuesday, October 15.
Oudahy withdtaws the $25,000 reward
he offered for the abductors of his son.
Pat Crowe, the chief abductor, has
written a letter stating that he would
surrender in the event that the reward
Palouse farmers are Belling wheat
rapidly at the local rate of 40 cents per
Surveys have been ordersd for a rail
road from Cottage Grove to the Boho
mia mines by Montana capitalists.
Wednesday, Oct. 18.
Episcopalian house of deputies at
San Francisco voted down the marriage
canon passed by the house of bishops,
and propose a substitute.
J. II, Aitken elected grand chancellor
of the Knights of Pythias of Oregon.
Miss Stone writes a letor urging that
no time be lost in raising the ransom
Thursday, October 17.
Agninaldo is posing us a maityr.
The typhoon at Manila was the heav
iest in years.
A Japanese pirate ship starts on a
cruise from Formosa.
Women and Jewells.
Jewels, candy, flowers, man that is
the order of a woman's preferences.
Jewels lorm a magnet 01 mighty power
to the average woman. J',ven ttiat great
est of all jewels, health, is often ruined
in the strenuous efforts to make or save
the money to purchase them. If a wo
man win riBK ner me to get a coveteii
gem, then let her fortify herself against
the insiduous consequences of coughs,
colds and broncbiul affections by the
regular use Jof Dr. Boschee German
Syrup. It will promptly arrest con
sumption in its early stages and heal the
affected lungs and bronchial tubes and
drive the dread disease from the system.
it Is not a cure-all, but it is a certain
cure for coughs, colds and all bronchial
troubles. You can get Dr. G. G. Green's
reliable remedies at George A. Hard
ing's. Get Green's Special Almanac.
A snap 80 acres, 4! miles from Ore
gon City, 30 in cultivation, building and
orchard. $15 per acre. C. O. T. Wil
liams, office in Barclay building.
When you visit Portland don't fail to
get your meals at the Royal Restaurant,
First and Madison. They serve an ex
cellent meal at a moderate price ; a good
square meal , loc.
Write This Down
in the book or memory : there is no such
thing aaa harmless cough. Every i;ough
is a warning ot a commence that goes
from bad to worse unlen it is remedied
right aTay. Opium-laden medicine is a
delusion. Allen's Lung Balsam cures
the worst of colds. It clears tbe bron
chial passages, so toat the lungs get
plenty of air. Why not get a bottle to
Furnished Every Week by Clacka
mas Abstract & Trust Co.
J B N lellwood to E V Sellwood.
169 as in Bee 1, 2, 2 w, nw of se
and ne of sw.sec 23, and ne ot sw
snd lot 2, sec 2(i, 3, 2 w 1
W D Freeman to A Freeman, int
in e of of tJ4 of the Tuttle
D L C in Bee 23, 2, 4 e and see 5,
t3, 4e 300
A Buech to E Bertilson, s of se
of sec 22, 3, 4 e 800
E C Opdyc to L Tyce, lot in Ilk 9,
V M Godfrey to L E Thayer, block
10, Clackamas Heights, and lot
0, hi k 09, OC 850
M L Granfill to A E Holcomb.tract
in the Crantill elm 25
J C Zinser to Charles Rebst ick, ne
of sw and lot 3,sec 26 and 1 . 77 as
in sec 26, except 15 as 4000
J Atkinson to P O and O Ry, i t .f
way in sec 30, 5, 1 e 400
II W Fries to P C & O Ry, blk 49.
Mil van Kie 50
M S Miller to F T Graves, 10 ca
in Clackamas county 50
Arch Bp Gross by Ex'to Catholic
church, property held in trust in
Clackamas county 1
FReestoM Rees, 13' fas in see
, 4,3 e l
JTrullinger to J H Dodson, n 1 2
of ne of sec 20, 6, 2 e 500
D Yorwood to P Kerr, 1-2 int in se
of sw and sw of se of sec 17, 4,
H Robertson to D Yanvood, same
last . 587
A E Holcomb to F P.rase, IS 22 ai
inCranfill claim 2000
L B Lejune to R W Henneman.et
al, 10 as in Whitcomb claim ... 2003
F Eilers to G Eilers, 98 acres in sec
19, 3, 1 e 1
G Kilers to F Eilers, 95 acres i t we
J9, 3, 1 e 1
J A Keck to WO W,33:) part ol bit
29, Milwankio 300
G Eilers to C Eilers, 100 acres in
sec 10,3, 1 e 1
P Byrne to J. H. Gibson, blk 10 in
Sellwood's Add to Milwaukin ... 100
S A Laue by Guard, to J H James,
n 1-2 of se and se and se of se of
sec 32, 4, 3 c 400
W Kohler to M S Barlow, blk A,
S Dempsy to M A Reese, 13 1-3 as
in sec 0, 4, 3 e 1
L E Thayers to V M Godfrey, lots
7 and 8, blk 99, O C 1000
Sellwood Land & Iuipvt Co to K
Pfister, lot 2 in tract 8, and north
0!) feet of lot 3, in tract 8, Oak
J W Llnnelv. . , P 1' Dabney, s
of ne. nw .1 h.. 3 i, 2, 6 $ 1
U T Watei . ) V J Fuz-mtnrioe,
of )i int -res' in e'.j h-p 20, 4, 5 e 101
L E MeniH 10 I f Ryan, lots 5 and
6 in blk 83, O O 700
O & O R R Co to T V livn, se of
nw and lot 1 and 2, mb" 11, 3, 2. . 640
L Robbins to L W Robbins, s
tract 4 and n4 tract 6 and lot 2
tract 1, Molalla 785
L Carmen to J W Stone, a spring
on the ne corner of my laud in ne
of sw of sec 5, 2, 1 e 1
A A Rathbun to J W Stoue, 13,'i '
as in sec 5J 2, 1 e '. . 1000
B Randall to M Ol.-en, tract in sec
7,5, 1 e 1300
E A Lee to C F Kuoter.-ou, .'', i of
nw of sec 12, 2, 3 e 825
P 11 Marlay to A Eomau, sw of sw
fee 2, 5, 1 e 1
H E Noblu to A Evm in, same, land
Roman Caili Arcnop to J F Rait,
part lots 2 and, blk 22,0 C 1700
JParrott to K Rlef, 21.75 as in
Parrot elm .. 1
K Rief to G II Brown, (12 as in Par
rot dm 3000
F Murdock to O Anderson, lots 1,
2, 3 in blk 13, Canby 285
0 E vV illiams to J Glen, sg of
of sec 9, 4, ? e 1000
G A Ridings to E R Ridings, 40 as
id sec 14,5, 1 e 400
J O Warnock to G A Ridings, 40 as
msec 14, 0, 1 e 400
John Kohler to J W Will broad, s'
ofseofnwand njo of ne
John Kohler to J W Willboard, s
1-2 of sw and n 1-2 of nw of sec
35, 4. 1 e
J Weismandel to J Wittbardt. 4 as
in sec 14, 4, 1 e S5
O I & 8 Co to J Wanker. 21 1-2 as
in sec 20, 2. 1 e 540
Oregon City to P G E Co, 41x100
feet in Mill Reserve 264
E E Charman to B F and G W
Swope, 1-2 acre in Clacka-uas
uregon tJlty to Catholic church, lot
land part of 8, In blk 22, 0 O. . . .
J E Stone to S Stono, nw of ne of
sec 25, 1, 4 e. se of ne and no of
se of see 22, 2, 4, and 1-2 of n 1-2
of ne of sec 81, 1, 4 e ,.
J Clowser to H Muessig, w 1-2 of
nw of se and e 1-2 of e 1-2 of sw
rif sec 8, 4. 1 e
O I A S Co to J O'Brien, loss U and
15 in blk 8, Oswego 180
B Athey to D A Borland, nw of nw
and lot 8, sec 29, 2, 1 e 1
B Athey to E A Borland, s 1-2 of sw
of sec 20, 2, 1 e
S O Zimmerman to J II Colt, 2 1-2
as in see 29, 108 as in Tuttle elm
and ne of ne and lot 1. sec S2.hih1
4.0 as in J roster elm, 2, 4 e
b P Capps to E L Batdorf, lots 8, 9
in blk 13. West Side Add fiiVl
L D Leonard to J N McKcKailicnn,
lot in blk 14, Falls View 125
"Kid" Smith, of Ashlanl, an 1 Louis
Rail, of Oregon Git.-, will stive a h ixinir
exhibition at Armory hall, Onwrn City,
on Saturday evening, October 19;h. Ad-'
This signature is on every box of tha gtnVlM
Laxative Bromo-Quininc tiou
tha remedy that cure a cold fa ens jlaj
A car load of milk
crocks just receivecTaqcl
will sell at 8 c per gal
lon, W. L. Block
! the Homefurmsher.