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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD. FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1902.'
ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE TO
Notice ! hereby given that Albert Engle and
Clarence Engle have been duly appointed by the
County Court of Hie State of Oregon for the Coun
ty of Clackamas, administrators of the estate of
Samuel Engle, deceased. All persons ;holding
claims against (lie mini deceased or his estate are
hereby notified to present them, duly verified
with proper vouchers tothe said administrators
at the ollice of Hedacs & liriffllh Em)h., In Oregon
City Oregon, within six months fain the publica
tion of this notice,
Hodges & Griffith, Ci.aresck Knolk,
Attorneys, .Administrator's of the Hstate
(of Samuel Kngte, dece sed.
In the circuit court of the state of Oregon, for
Simeon .Way, plaintiff, vs. Amy May, de
fendant. To Amy May, the above named defendant,
In the name of the stale of Oregon, you are here
by required to appear and answer the complaint
flleu against you, in the above entitled suit and
court, by April IB, and if you fail to answer,
for want thereof, the plaintiff will apply for the
relief prayed for In his complaint tiled herein,
namely, a decree dissolving the bonds of matri.
nionv existing between plaintiff and defendant
herein and the custody of the minor child named
in plaintiff 's complaint.
This summons is published by order of the Hon.
T. A. McBiide, Judge of the above entitled court,
duly made and tiled March 6, 1902. The dute
of the first publication of this summons being
March 14, 11(02, and the date of the last publica
tion hereof April 18, 11)02.
M J. MacMAHON,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
NOTICE OF EXECUTOR'S SALE OF
In the matter of the estate of Aaron E. Walt, do
ceasod. Notice is hereby given that pursuant to an or
der of the County Court of the Stale of Oregon
for Clackamas County, made and entered on the
24th day ol February, 1!H2, 1 wi 1 from and alter
the 2!lh da of March 1P02. proceed to sell at pri
vate sale, the following described real property of
said estate, and all the right, title and interest
which the said Aaron K. Wait, deceased, had
therein, to wit: Heeliou ."16, Township 34 South,
ltBiige 2 East; Section 111, Township :16 South,
Range 3 Kast ; the N. W. , and N. ' of 8. W.
Section 16, Tp. S 8. R. 3 K.; the W. y, of E. J-2,
and N. k. '4 of N E. Ui. and 8. E M ol 8. E. of
Section of t .action 16, Tp. 119 South, liiinge 8 East.
The terms ol said sale are cash in hand.
CHAS. N. WAIT,
Ex -enter Dstate of A. E. Walt, Deceased.
First insertion February 28, l'.H)2.
Last 'V, illKtib 28,1!)02.
. In the countv court of the state of Oregon, for
the county rf Clackamas.
Citation to heiis and parties Interested In
In the mutter of the estate of Wm. D. Bedford,
To Mrs. Flnegan or Flanegan. John Bedford,
T. Bedford, Q P. Bedford, and to all others un
known, and Interested In aid estate Greeting:
In the name of the state of Oregon, you are
hereby required to be and appear in the county
court of the state of Oregon, for the county of
ClackamaB, at the court room thereof, at Oregon
City, in the said county of Clackamas, on Mon
day, the 7lh day of April, A. I). 1002, at 10 o'clock
a. ni. of that day, then and there to show cause,
if any you have, why an order should not be
made by this court, allowing Asa Hawkins, the
administrator cf said eBtate, to sell the northeast
quarter of section 14, township 4 south, range 6
. east of the Willamette metidian in Clackamas
county, Oregon, according to the petition on file
for that purpose.
Witness, the Hon. T. F. Ryan, Judge of the
couniy court of the stute of Oregon, fur
Seal the eduntv of Clackamas, this 2Sth day
of February, A. 1). 1!Hi2.
Attest: E. 11. COOPER, Clerk.
II. E. CROSS, Attorney lor the Ebtale.
In the circuit court of the state of Oregon, for
Martha McHcely, plaintiff, vs. Geoigo McFeely,
To George Mc Feely. the above named defend
ant: in thu name of the state of Oregon, you are
hereby required to appear and answer tt.e com
plaint filed against you in the above suit by the
12th d ? of April, 1002, following six consecutive
weeks' publication of this notice, and If you fail
to so nppear and answer, for want thereof, the
plaintiff will take a dtcree against you as prayed
for in ,he complaint, to-wit: 1st, a decree dissolv
ing the bonds of matrimony existing be1 ween
plaintiff and defendant; 2d, that plain tiff have all
net costs and disbursements in this suit; that
plaintiff prays such other and further relief as the
matter of this case may require and as to the court
may seem just and equitable.
This summons is served by publication by vlr
ureof an order made by the Hon. T. A. McBrido,
Judge of the above-entitled court, made and en
tered on the 20th day of February, 11102, said or
der providing that publication be made In the
Courier-Herrld, and that the first publication be
made o h the 28th day of February, 1002.
M. J. MacMAHON,
Attorne) for Plaintiff.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT"
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned,
administrator of the eslate of Polly Qulnn, de
ceased, haB filed his final in the county court of
the state of Oregon for Clackamas county report
as administrator of said estate and the court has
fixed May 5ih, 1902, at the hour of 10 o'clock a.
m ,of said day as the time for settling said estate.
A ny person having any objection thereto are here
by no'llied to appear at said time and place and
such objection will be heard by the cou't.
CHARLES W. DART.
Administrator of Said Eslate.
Gcbdoh E. Hait.s,
Attorney for Estate.
Dated. March 20, 1002.
NOTICE TO CREDITOR-.
Notice is hi rel y given tint the undersigned
has been appointed by the couuty .court of the
State of Oregon, for county of Clackamas, admin
istrator of llie state tif Margaret June Daumann,
deceased, All persons having claims against
said estate are hereby required to present them,
properly verified, to the unders gned at the ollice
ot his attorneys. Hedges At Griffith, In Oregon
City, Oregon, w itbin six months from the date of
the first publication of this notice.
A. A. BAT'MANN,
Administrator of lhe Estate of
Margaret Jane Baunmun, Deceased.
Hkdgf.s A Ubifiith,
Attorneys for Administrator.
Hm Publ'icadon March 21, 1902.
In the Circuit Court, of the State Oregon, for
the County of Clackamas.
Emma Glllhnm, 1
T. W. Oillham.
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matter for little or nothing;.
Tuedasy, March 25.
Delay Republicans delay in matter
As of Cuban reciprocity is for
. To the purpose of presenting a
Cuba. solid front. They are much
. opposed to anv revision of
tariff. A united stand will head off the
many amendments which the democrats
are.sqre to present. When the BubjVct
comes up'for final Consideration, want
to lose no time in disposing of it.
What General Miles' criticism of the
Miles Hawley military bill before
. Said, the senate committee, as it
will appnar on the official rec
ord, has been made public. The most
sensational features are eliminated. As
one objection, General Mile-t holds that
the measure provides for centralization
ol the most pronounced type.
Henry Watterson scores Roosevelt in
speech at democratic banquet
T-vo boys, Myo Ooffman, aged 18, and
Arthur Ward 15, left Tillamook to walk
over the mountains on the North Yam
hill route, and froze to death in the
' Wednesday, March 26.'
Cubans Control of the island of
Will Cuba will be turned over to
Rule. the Cubans May 20th. Sec
retary Root's order issued
last night revuires the new gover intent
to assame all treaty obligation, and di
rects Ueneial Wood to withdraw all
American troops i-x.'ept a small artillery
force, which will tem tin on Cub in soil
only until the United States naval sta
tinnB are established.
Judre George H. Williams will be a
camiidtite'or the republican nomination
tor mayor of Portland The house
by a majority of 10, unseated Rhea, of
Kentucky. He was a democrat and
the seat was given to a republican
There huve been 40 cholera cases at Ma
nila awl 30 deaths.
Thursday, March 27.
The Marion couniy republican con
vention endorsed beer and Supreme
JudgeHean. Squire Parrar and E. M.
Croiean were nominated for senators.
Baker county republicans In
struct for Johns for governor, and
the Moody forces claim a victory
An ordinance introduced in Portland
city council to prohibit bill boards.
The. following is the list of letters re
maining in the postoffice at Oregon
City, Ore., on March 26, 1902 :
Women s List Miss Martha Clark,
Mrs. T. F. Clark, Mrs. rflinnie May
Men's List W. M. Cooper, Walter
Moore, JHr. Corless, Jr., Wm. C. McDon
aid, Chester Charter, Fred-J. Oster
holtz, Archie Kemp, Robert O'Bryne,
W. I,,, snidow.
GEORGE F. HORTON, P. M.
j 1. M. C. A. Notes.
I Now that the ssason for indoor games
. is over, it might be well to sum up the
results ot the Oretton City Young Men s
Christian Association games. The lo
cal association had a strong team in the
field during the entire season, although
the personal was changed very much, and
no two games having the same players.
Those who have waiched the gumes
most closely seem to agree that Oregon
City put up the strongest team in the
state, and is entitled to the champion
ship for indoor base ball and also Junior
basket ball. But one game was lost to
each of the teams, and that under pro
While nearly all the players did good
and effective work, there are some who
deserve especial mention for their ex
ceptionally strong and aggressive play
ing. First of these is beyond question
Dave Williams, who pitched the entire
season without missing a game, and
judges concur in the opinion that he i
the best pitcher in the state. He fanned
more men than any pitcher he played
attainst. He is suie and throws a swift
ball. Califf, behind the bit, made an
extiaordinarily good showing for his first
season's participation in the game. He
is the making of a strong man for the
position. Durie at first base is a hard
man to replace. He is a sure cttcher
and strong baiter. Rapp.at right short
stop, and Latourette,
Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis
courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
ana cheerfulness soo
disappear when the kid
neys are out of order
Kidney trouble has
become so prevalent
that It Is not uncommo
for a child to be born
afflicted with weak kid
neys. If the child urin
ates too often, if ths
urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child
reaches an age when It should be able t
control the passage, it is yet afflicted wltk
bed-wetting, depend upon It, the cause ot
the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first
step should be towards the treatment of
these important organs. This unpleasant
trouble is due to a diseased condition of the
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit at
most people suppose.
Women as well as men are made mis
erable with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the same great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect of
Swamp-Root is soon realized. It Is soli
at left, are a pair ; by drueelsts. In fifty-
of good tnflelders. Seldom did low balls cent and one dollar
pass them. Both are strong at the bat
and scored manv runs during the sea
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Sealed bids will be received for labor
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dersigned until April 15. Plans and
specifications can be Been at residence
of the undersigned, who reserves the
right to reject any and all bids,
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Following is the list of games played
and the score for each :
INDOOR BASE BALL.
Company A. of Oregou Oity,8to24;
1st Battalion, Portland, 8tol4;Y. M.
('. A., Portland, 5 to 8; Y. M. O. A.,
Portland, 13 to 10, at Portland ; Battery
A, Portland, 15 to 24 ; Y. M. 0. A., Port
land, 6 to 12: Battery A, Portland, 9 to
14, at Portland.
Y. M. 0. A , J 1 niors, of Portland, 2
to 8 J Young Men's League, Portland,
7 to 12, (Juniors) ; Y. M. 0. A., of Port
land, 9 to 22; (Seniors, second evening,
class team; Turn Vertens, of .Portland.
45 to 0, (ladies' class) ; Y. M. C. A., of
Portland, 11 to 8, (Juniors, at Portland);
Y. M. O. A., of Portland, 7 to 9, (Jun-
iois) ; Y. M. C. A., of Portland, 1 to 8,
The membership contest will close
next Wednesday evening, on which oc
casion the Ladies' Auxiliary will serve
a supper to the members. There will
also be a literary program. The Beds
are in the lead at present and Ihe time
is short, but as yet it is impossible to
say which side will win.
Citizens Primaries April 5th.
The citizens convention will nominate
candidates for county olli :es on April
the 8th. Delegates to this convention
will be elected at the citizeno primaries
on Saturday, April 5th. The citizens
ticket will be in the Geld against the
machine ticket. Voters will hive to
choose between these two. All good
citizens Bhouid go to the citizens prima
ries on Saturday, April 5ih, and elect
del gates to the citizens convention who
on be relied on to nominate honest,
trustworthy candidates far the county
The citizens convention and primaries
are for all good citizens. It matters not
whether you are a populist, a republi
can, a democrat or a socialist. .Let all
good citizens join in this movement and
nominate men for county ollices who
have the county's interest at heart, aud
who are not chronic olhce seekers or pro
Home of Svmtap-Itoot
ing all about it. Including many of the
thousands of testimonial letters receive!
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Blnghamton, N. Y., be sure anl
mention this paper.
Strikes a Rich Find.
' I was troubled for several years with
chronic indigestion and nervouB debil
ity," writes F. Green, of Lancaster, N.
11., "No remedy helped me until I be
gan using Electric Bitters, which did
me more good than all the medicines I
ever used. They have also kept my
wife in excellent health for years. She
says Electric Bitters are just splendid
for female troubles: that they are a
grand tonic and invigorator for weak,
run down women. No other medicine
can take its place in our family," Try
them. Only 5 'c. Satisfaction guaran
teed by Geo. A. Harding
County Treasurer's Notice.
I now have u.oney to pay county war
rants endorsed prior to April 1, 181)9,
and also road warrants endorsed prior
to August 1, 1901. Interest will cease
on the watrants embraced in this call
on the date hereof.
Treasurer Clackamas (Jo., Ore.
Oregon City, March 28, 1932.
And Points Beyond.
To T. W. Glllham, Defendant . v
In the name ot the Slats of Ormolu You are
hereby required to p.pppar Anil answer the com
plaint flW apiint you in the abuve entitled suit
andeonrt. by Way 8, and if you fuil to answer,
lor want thereof, lhe plaintiff will apply for the
relltf prayed for in liie complaint tiled herein,
namely, a deeree disolritnr the bonds of main
mony "txisling between plaintill'aiid defendant
herein and the eustorty of the minor children
named in plaiulifTa oomplalnt.
This summons Is published by order of the
Hon. 1 hus. F. Hyan, Judge of the county court of
(,'lakamni countv, duly made and filed March 27,
l'.U2 'the dale of the Bret publication of this
summons being Mareh 2S, 1902, and the date of
the last publication hereof May 2, 1W1
Attorney foi Plaintiff.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice Is hereby glten that the nnderslnned, u
adminiklrator of lhe eitate ofR. L. Ruasell, da
eeaaed, baa filed hit final report with the county
court of the Ute of Oregon for Clackamas couuty
ani tbst Mid court baa net the 6th day of May
1912, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m , for the hear
ing of aaid report and objection! thereto, if any
there be, at which time all perlona interested are
required to be present.
Dated Uil 27th day of March, 190i
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The following letter from A. J. Nus-
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Notice is hereby given that the Countv
ClerU of Clackamas Coucty, Oregon, will
receive sealed bid lor the construction
of a bridge near T. L Turner's place at
Tualatin ; paid bids to be opened April
4th, 1902, at 2 o'clock p. m. Plans and
specifications (or said bridge are now on
file at my otlice.
The board of commissioners reserves
the righ to reject any and all bids.
E. H. COOPER,
Dated Mar. 17th, 1902. Countv Clerk.
A Week's Successes. ,
The Jessie Shirley Company, always
welcomed by Oregon City, scored a
round of successes every night last
week. The opera house was crowded at
every play presented, Socially, the en
tire company is composed of high class
people, and the individual members
iiave many personal friends in this city.
The "Sultan's Daughter," was pre
sented Saturday night, and was greeted
with continual rounds of applause. The
farce-comedy proved a roamg success.
Atteiul the Citizens rrlimrles.
The c iratnittee app tinted by a mass
meeting of citizens to call a citizens con
vention takes this occasion to urge all
good citizens to attend the citizens pri
maries, which will be held on Saturday,
April 5ih, at the usual voting place
throughout the county. Come out to
the primnries and show the bosses tint
you refitae to be whipped in line for the
purpose of hooeting into olhce the can
didates of a politic il ring. Those candi
dates are simply the creatures of this
political ring, and the mas of the peo
ple have no voice whatever in their se
lection. You are only asked to take the county
buiineBS in your own hands.' Vote for
state and national olliuers of whatever
party yon chojse, but name your own
county ellicerrt. This is the way to solve
the problem of our unreasonable taxation.
The primaries will be hel l at 2 o'cloc't
p. ni. voters will assemble at the vari
ous voting places and elect a chairman
and secretary. This chaifinan and sec
retary will furnish the proper creden
tials to delegates choeen for the county
The number of delegates apportioned
to each precinct are given in the call
for a citizens coivon'ion published in
this paper. W. W. Jkhhb,
Chairman of Campaign Committee, t
O. W. Kahtham, Secretary. .
Notice is hereby given that the County
Clerk of Clackamas County, Oregon,
will receive sealed bids for two miles of
plank road. PUnk to be of sound, old
timber and Id feet by 3x8 to 12 inches
and to be delivered on the Moehnke
Road, District 18, ready for laying by
July 1st,'. 1902. Bids will be opened
April 2nd, 1902, at 1 o'clock p- m. The
Board reserves the right to reject any
ana an dius.
E. H. COOPER.
Dited Mr. 17th, 19J2. County Clerk.
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regulate the liver and bowels. For sale
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Conlinnid from pae 8.
Wtvst Ore.ritii City f Hckmii, II'; 11 iii i'..
0 F Olson, J W Moff itl, C A Jl lll.-r, J W M.-Kny.
The com mined on uln'torm n id i-mo-lilt
ions reported the following:
'The republican 'party, in county convention
assombled, in Oregon Cl-.y, Ciaiikama-i county.
Orenon, M-iroh 26, M01, congratulates the people
of this county upon the general piosperoun con
dition of our co nmoa country, an well as that ot
our own immediate vicinity,
"We deeply deplore the untlrneely denth of our
well-beloved President MoKlnla;, wh me mem
ory Is endeared to the hearts of clttmna, and we
hereuy oominend the win statesmanship of his
successor, President Krosevelt, In his efforts t
carry out the policies so ably begun by President
"W indorse and commend the aotlon ot Presi
dent Eoosevelt In his efforts to control the trmts,
and secure to labor an adequate recognition Id
disputes with the capitalistic classes,aud wo here
by insure him of our c.irdiil sympathy nnd sup.
"We Indorse and oommonl the act! mi if our
national representatives In champion! isf the
Nicaragua Panal bil t.lio M tch dl-'.C ihn Chines
exclusion Ml', aid t la bill t re isio i In II in V,ir
Veterans, and hoi lor the upee ly passage of all
"We demand a cons'llutLn il amendment fur
the-elect! in United Slatmm-nator by duvet vol
of tho people.
"Bo loving, ai wo do, that ell the people sliouU
participate as far as possible In the nuking of the
laws by whloh they are govorned, we heartily In
dorse and commend to the careful ccnvlderatint
of all the doctors, the -constitutional amendment
kniwn as the Initiative anil referendum, and urge
upon all speakers and campaign workers to lr! iij
the matter prominently before the voters.
"We indorse the action of the members of the
last legislature In supporting Hon. J aim H.
Mitchell for the United States sennle.
"We commend the action of Senators Rrnwnetl
and Porter and Representatives Kruse, Talbert
audDrosser for their support of what Is known
as the precinct assessor law, and the passage of
the 80 day' exemption law lor the wage earnora
of the state of Oregon, and their aotlon refusing
to raise county sal arics.
"We Instruct the nominees of this convention
to both brandies of the legislature that if eloftol
tlicy will make on earnest ellbrt to obtain legit
latlon which will oause control of ths school text
books by the state of Oregon, and their sale to the
people at actual cost.
"To obtain legislation by whloh a portion of
tlieMate revenues may be raised by a gra'ltialiij
Income tax and a graduated Inheritance tax.
"To obtain legislation reducing the railroad
passenger fare In the stale of Oregon to 8 cent
"To obtain lo;lslntion, constituting eight hoiira
a day's work throughout ihe state.
"To labor for a precinct assessor la w.
"In regard to county affairs, we hereby ple iire
the nominees of this conveiitlfi Unit If clectol
they will Insist upon as economic i adniinlstra.
tUlof county alTiIrs, In such manner us to el
down expensos wherever possible.
"We bell -va tint It Is wise policy to pursue in the
futuretthat no money be oxpended In the conalrw
tlon of roads and bridg is1 outside of Hm mud fun4
piovldcd by law mull tho Indebtedness of lh
coun'y Is decreased and finally paid.
"Wo bollovo and demand that no ixtni clerical
help or deputies sho-ild bo employed by any
ouotyolll or. without. a petition, unlor oath,
setting forth the ftcti, such as the 1 1 in 9 such
clerk or d puty li to be employed, f ir what pur
pose, the nonosslty of such omployin mt a'l 1 tli(
amount ot wages to bo paid.
"We heroby Instruct the nominee of this con
vention for the office of oounty couiinisslonet,
and also express to tho other members of the
board of couuty commlssloneis, that It IstllewliJs
of this convention, that all supplies necessary t
be used In and about the oiurlhouso or fur any
other purpose, "lull bo purchased in the mutt
economical manner possible.
"We hereby Instruct the county court of Clack
amas comity that It Is our desire that no road
boss be appointed, believing that It is a nselest
"We demand that all property whether belong
ing to corporations or Individuals, shall be at.
sensed In an equal ratio."
A resolution was passed to the effect the sena
tors and representatives In the state legislature In
requested to restore the oounty Judge to his pow
ers as Judge of lhe county commissioners' court,
at the expiration of the terms of umoe of tbt
present county eommlssoneri.
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