OREGON CITY COURIER, FRIDAY, APRIL 29 1904, V WW SBiii ilJUWI"f AV : ; L. B. CORHAM, - Canaral Agent, 140 Third SI., Portland, Or. famous Trains The Southwest Limited, Kansas City to Chicago. The Overland Limited to Chicago via Omaha, and the Pioneer Limited St. Paul to Chicago, run via the . . Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Each route offers numerous at ! tractions. The principal thing to insure a quick, comfortable trip east is to' see that your tickets read via the Chicago, Milwaukee H. 8. ROWE, General Manager. TO. . .1, Ho! for St. Louis WILL YOU SEE Nature's Art Gallery of the Rockies in addition to1 the at attractions at St. Louis. This can only be done by going pr returning via the "SCENIC LINE OF THE WORLD." nrivaled scenic attractions nequalled dining car service nsurpassed in efforts to please Write for illustrated booklet of Colorado's famous sights artd resorts. W. C. McBRIDE, General Agent 124 Third Street Portland, Oregon Minneapolis, St. Paul Chicago. The short line between there three great dties. 1 ft ft The route of the famous North Western Limited THE TRAIN FOR COMFORT every night in year Before ttartlne on t alp-no mttr where mite for Intcresdnt Intonation about com onbte'traveJln( H. L. SISTER, GenM Agent. 132 Third Street, Portland. T.W.TEASDALE, General Passenger Agent, St. Paul, Minn- ' Where does it go? That's a question we are asked a dozen times a day. Where does the Rock Island go? The answer is: Pretty nearly everywhere To Peoria and Chicago. To Davenport and Rock Island. To Lincoln and Omaha. To Topeka and Kansas City. To St. Joseph and St. Louis. To Texas and Oklahoma. Three routes east via Den ver, Omaha and St. Paul. 134 Third Street, Portland ' I and the World's Fair! BE THERE? The World's Fair Route. Those anticipating an Eastern trip, or a visit to the Louisiana Purchase Exposi tion at bt. Louis, cannot afford to overlook the advantages offered by the MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY, which, on account of its various routes and gateways, has been appropriately named "The World's Fair Route." Passenzers from the Northwest take the MISSOURI PACIFIC trains from Denver or Pueblo, with the choice of either going direct tnrough Kansas city, or via wicn ita. Fort Scott and Pleasant Hill. Two trains daily from Denver and Pu eblo to St. Louis without change, carrying all classes of modern equipment, Including electric lighted observation parlor cafe din ing cars. Ten daily trains between Kan sas City and St. Louis. Write or call on W. C. McBrlde, General Agent, 124 Third street, Portland, for detailed information arid Illustrated literature. Astoria & Columbia River Railroad Co. LEAVES UNION DEPOT. ARRIVES S:So a, m. For Maygers, Rainier, Daily Daily Clatskannie, Westport, Clifton, Astoria. War- renton. Ravel, Hao. :3op. m. mond, Fort Stevens ll:j0i.n. Saturday Gearhart, Park. Seaside, only and Swshore. rp.ii, Astoria Express Ex, Sat. Dally. 9;4o p. m. For lurtber Informition address, J. C Mayo, Ailorlt, Ortgou. .tafteWAIk. 1 Oregon ShojtLwe Union Pacific 3-TRA1NS TO THE EAST DAILY 3 Through Pullman standard and tourists sleeping cars daily to Omaha, Chicago, Knnkane. tourist sleeDinff cars (personally coaductdej, weekly to Chicago and Kan. sas city. Reclining chair cars (seats free) to the East daily. 70 HOURS PORTLAND TO CHICAGO No change of cars 70 DEPART FOR TIME SCHEDULES from Portland, Ore. ARRIVE FROM Chicago Portland Special Salt Lake, Denver, Ft. Worth, Omaha, K.nsas City, St. Louis, Chicago and the East, 6,25 p. 01, 9:t5 a m via Huntington Atlantic Express 8:15 p. m. Salt Lake, Denver, Ft. Worth, Omaha, Kansas City, Salt Lake, Chicago and the East, via Hunting ton: St. Paul Fast Mall 7:45 p. m- via Spokane Walla Walla. Lewiston, Spokane, Wallace, Pull- man, Minneapolis, at, Paul, Duluth, Milwaukee, Chicago and East. 8:00 a. m. OCEAN AND RIVER SCHEDULE For San Francisco Every five days at 8:00 p. m. For Astoria, way points and North Beach Daily except bunday) at at 8 P. m.: Saturday at 10:00 p. m. Daily service (water permitting(n Willamette and Yamhill Rivers. For full information ask or Write your nearest ticket agent. A. L. CRAIG. General Passenger Agent. Thf. Oreeon Railroad and Navigation Co. Portland, Ore. ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD CO. A Business Proposition If yeu are going East a careful selection of your route is essential to the enjoyment of your trip. If it is a business trip time is the main consideration; if a pleasure tr.'p scenery and the convenience and comfort of a modern railroad. Why, not combine all by using the ILLINOIS CENTRAL, the up-to-date road running two trains daily from St. Paul and Minneapolis, and from Omaha to Chicago. Free Reclining Chair Cars, the famous Buffet-Library-smoking Cars, all trains vestibuled. In . short thoroughly modern throughout. All tickets reading via the Illinois Central wiM be honored on these trains and no extra fare dharged, 'Our rates are the same as those of infe' rier roads, why not get your money's wonnr Write for full particulars. ' B. H. TRUMBULL, Gen'l Art., Portland, Ore J. C. Lfhdsey, T. F. & P. A. Portland, Or, raul b. 1 hompson, F.SlP. A., Seattle, Wash The Fair -Route- via hicsgo or New Orleans to bt. Louis is the one that gives you the most for your money, and the fact that the ILLINOIS CENI'RhL offers Unsurpassed Service ViK uicsc puiius iu tire V URLUD TA1K and in this connection to all points beyond maKes it to your advantage, in case you contemplate a trip to any point East, to write us before making final arrangements. We can offer the choice of at least a dozen different routes. B. H. TRUMBULL, Commercial Agent, I42 Third Street, Portland, Oregoq. J. C. LINDShY, T. r. & P. A., 142 xnira street, rortiana, uregon. P. B. THOMPSON, F. & P. A., Room 1, toiman Building, beattie, Wash. Ask the Agent For Tickets Via To Spokane, St. Paul, Min neapolis, Duluth, Chicago, St. Louis, and all Points East and South. 2, Overland Trains Daily o the Ftyer and the Fast Mail Splendid Service, Up to Date Equipment, Courteous Employes. Daylight Trip Across the Cascades &.RockyNountoins. For Tickets, Rates, Folders and Ful1 Information, Call on or Address, , H. Dickson, City Ticket Agent. 122, Third St., Portland, Or S. G. YERKE8, G. W. P. A. 612 First Avenue, Beattie, Wash. BANNER SALVE the most tie::na etlve In th world. LEGAL NOTICES. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. In the Matter of the Estate of Albert E. Hodgson, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned administrator of the estate of Albert E. Hodgson, deceased, late of Clackamas County, Oregon, has filed his final Report in the County Court of raid county and state, and has asked for his discharge as such administrator and the said County Court has set Monday, Mav 9th A. D., 1904 at ten o'clock a. m. of said day for the hearing of said final report and for the final settlement of said estate. All persons are hereby notified to file objections, in saidcourtif any they have, to said final report, on or before said date. Dated April 2nd, 1904. Geo. T. Howard, Administrator of the aforsaid estate. NOTICE OF EXECUTORS FINAL RRPORT. Notice Is hereby given that the under signed, executor of the last will of Jacob S. Risley, deceased, late of Clackamas County, Oregon, has filed his final report in the County court of said countv and has asked tor nis discharge and the said County court has set Monday, May 2nd, u iyo4. at 10 0 dock a. m. of said dav for hearing of said report and final settle ment 01 said estate. AH persons nterested therein are hereby notified to file their ob jections to said report, if any they have, on or Derore saia date witn said court.' Dated at Oreeon Citv. Oreeon. March 18th, 1904. John K Rislev. executor of the estate of Jacob S. Eisley, deceased. PETITION. County of Clackamas, State of Oregon To the County Court of County of. Clack- ainas, Mare or uregon. . We, the undersigned, leral voters of Boring, in the town of Boring, in Clacka mas county, Oregon, most respectfully petition your honorable body to grant a license to T. M. Allison to sell spirituous, malt or vinous liquors at Boriug, Oregon, in precinct of Boring, Clackamas County, State of Oregon, tor the term of one year uom uaie. WHEREFORE, vour netitinmr nrav that said license be granted to said T. M. Ainson, to sell spirituous, malt or vinous liquors at the town of Boring, in less quantities than a quart in precinct of Bor- ing.asaiuresaiurortne term or one vear liuifi me isi uay 01 June 1904; ana that on June 1, 1901, tne petitioners will apply to the-. County Court for a license to sell lin- uors as above set forth, for the term of one year. John Kepper, Boring; C. H. Llnderman, Boring;, J. H. Kicketts, Boring; O. Rus sell, Boring; H. F. Llnderman, Boring; M. H. Wheeler, Boring; Jas. Cortell, Boring; H. L, Wayill, Boring; John An derson, , Honng. , William Miller, Boring; John Miller, Boring; 1. Foster, Boring; S- E.-tCard, Boring, s. Swarte, Boring; H. S ZV. u- c- acnmiat, Boring; J, If 1(SX.'. rine-' M- G- Heal. Boring: W.T.NetL Boring, Frank Kolsky, Bor inguLaKe, Boring; T. o. Svenson, Boring; U Reneger, Boring; A. Henry, 'n. i uwie, ooring; jonn musa, Bor ing;j J. L. Reins, Boring; August Linn, Bqrmg. Wo. Fenton, Boring. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that I have been appointed bv tho County Court of Clackamas County, Oregon, as Adminis trator of the estate of Marian 8. Kaylor, deceased. All persons having claims against said estate will pleaBe present the Bame to me properly verified or to jny , attorneys, Eby & Eby at Oregon City,' Oregon, within six months from thiftdate. ' Dlited April 15, 1904. n Rex W. Lkwis, Administrator. Eby & Eby, Attorneys for Adminis trator . ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. In the County Court of the State of Oregon, for Clackamas County. In.the matter of the estate of Sarelia G. Miller, deceased. Notke is hereby given that the under signed is duly appointed administrator of the estate 0 f Sarelia G. Miller, de ceased. All persons having claims against the said estate are hereby-notified to pre sent them to me, duly verified, at Oreeon City, Clackamas County, Oregon, within six months from the date hereof. Dated April 14, go4. - . kouert A. Miller, " Administrator. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. Notice is hereby given that the under, signed, administrator.of the estate of Sarah E. Fouts, deceased, has filed his final ac count in the County Court of the State of Ore?on for the Countv of Clackamas, and that Monday, the 23d day of May, 1904, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m at the court room of the said County Court of Clackamas County, In Oregon City, Ore gon, has by the said court Been appointed as the time and place for the hearing of objections thereto and'the settlement there of. Dated April 22, 1904. r Joseph E. Hedges, , Administrator of the Estate of Sarah E. Fouts, Deceased. ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE. In the County Court of the State 0 Oregon, for Clackamas County. In the matter of the estate of Pleasant Judd, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under, signed has been duly appointed adminis tratrix of the estate of Pleasant Judd, de ceased. All persens having claims against the said estate are hereby notified to pres ent them to me, duly verified, at Eagle Creek, Clackamas County, Oregon within six months from the date hereof. Dated April 14th. 1904. MARY ELIZABETH JUDD, Administratrix. Robert A. Miller, Attorney for Administratrix. "I have used Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets with most satisfactory results," says Mrs. F. L. Phelps, Hous ton, Texas. For indigestion, biliousness and constipation these tablets are moBt excellent. Sold by Geo. A, Harding. HEALTH "I don't think we oonld kp honae without Thedford'a Blok Draught. We hare onl it la th family for over two years with th beat of results. I have not had f doctor in the home for that )n(th of time. It ii a dootor in itself and always ready to make a person well and happy.' WAMES BALL, Jaok onTille, 111. Because this great medicine relieves stomach pains, frees the constipated bowels and invigor ates the torpid liver and weak ened kidneys Ho Doctor is necessary in the home where Thedford's Black-Draught is kept. Families living in the country, miles from any physi cian, have been kept in nealth forbears with this medioine as their only doctor. Thedford's Black -Drmupht cures bilious Bees, dyspepsia, colds, chills and fever, bad blood, headaches, diarrhoea, constipation, colio . and almost every other ailment because the stomach, bowels liver and kidney so nearly con trol the health. THEDFORD'S U Km REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. O I & 8 Co to P Hughes, lot 12 J ames Moore 01, $088.50. O I & 8 Co to E rlugties, a.ou acrea in pp. 27. 21 e. 105. 8 E Hug' ea to P Hughes, 3.50 crea in sec 27, m sec a 1 e. s 1 . C C Casto to U a baown, low 3 s 4 in Beal Add. $75. C Weismandel to J U Weiber, ol) acreB in sec 24 41 e. J2.20 V P P Murphy to A C Lee, 80 acres in sea 20, 42 e, $4,000, J H. Kitching to M Ely, 83 acres in C 41.34e. 12.400. 8 L & I Co to Q 8 Roeder, lota 2 & 3 in blk 45, Oak Urove, fib. M Zina to J Freidrich, lot 1, sec 26, 3 1 e. $110. A P Broger to J Roggie, N of NE sec 26. 41 e. $2,200. O I & 8 Co to R Vaughn, tract 8, Mil ler Claim $1. J Bichne. to W F Biohner, lota 13 & 14, blk 49, Oywrgo, $1. D W Helbring to J Bich'ner, lot 1 blk 49. Oaweiro. $1. . H E Straight to W I Rowan, 8 as in the White elm, $800. A Shank to J Harry, 25 aa in sec 6, 3, 3 e, $800. M Benke to A Lehman.pt of elm 37,1 I e. value. E McDonald to J J Cooke, ne of see 25,2. 2e, $1,250, $1250. E J Casto to W J Miller, sw of aw of sec 19,3, 1 e, $5. Invt Mtg Co to G Hoffman, e'i of ne of ee, a 1-2 of ee, s 1-2 of aw ot aec 10, 2, 5 e. $1300. T F Ryan to E Wells, lots 5 and 7, blk 11, Uladstone, JlliO. B H Hasbrouck io J Sykes, 80 as in elm 45. 3. 2 a. tlGOO. W E Bonuey to J Putz, e 1-2 of sw of sec 2G, 4, 3 e, $400. J F Watson to J B Bickner, lot 2, blk 49. Osweiio. $1. A Darling to II Block, lot 13, Falls View, $o00, . The very best stylet in hats. Miss Ceha Oolusnutb. CITATION. In the County Court of the State of Ore eon for Clackamas County. In the matter of the estate of Marcell Koener, deceased. To the state of Oregon, the heirs and nexttokinof said deceased and to all other persons Interested in said estate Known and unknown: - You and each of you are hereby cited to appear in the above entitled court at 10 o'clock a. m. Monday, June 6, igoli, at the court House at uregon Ulty, uregon, to show cause if any exist why an order of sale of the southeast quarter of section lo, township 4 south, range 5 east, Wlllam ette Meridian, Clackamas County, Oreeon, should not be made to satisfy outstanding claims against said estate as prayed tor In the petition of the administrator of said estate duly filed In the above entitled court. This citation is published by order of 1 nomas r Kyan neretotore duly made and entered. O. A. NASH, Administrator of Said Estate First publication April 2g, igo4. Last " May 27, lgo4. Executor's Notice. Notice Is hereby given that the under signed has been appointed by the County Court of Clackamas County, Oregon, ex ecutor of the last will and testament of A. B. Stroup, deceased, late of said county. All persons having claims against said estate are hereby notified to present the same duly verified, to me at my law office In Oregon City, Oregon, within six months from this date. Dated this April 29, 1904. C. D. LATOURETTE, 4t Executor aforesaid. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Notice la hereby given that the un dersigned has been duly appointed Administrator to the estate of Mary Ann Lacy, deceased, and any and all persona having claims against the said estate mnst present them to the undersigned at his Law Office in Oregon City, Ore gon, within six months of the data of this notice. Dated this 26th day of March 1904. O. B. Dimick, Administrator of aaid Estate. (ft MARKET BEPOR1. Corrected to April 28 r 190i. j FRESH SALMON IS HIGHER. The receipts of Bataion in this mirks show another advance of lc a pound on both chinooks and steelheds on account of a scarcity. There is not near enongb fish coming now to supply the demama and even Sacramento is unable to filti the outBide orders. FreBh cliinook now quoted at 10c a pound and tteeV heads at 9c. No. other changes warn made in the fish markets. BUTTER BTILL VERY WEAK. Despite the assurances of the larger creamery men that they are not cutting their quotations off their printed lists, retailers coutinue to receive telephone) messages and circulara telling of lower prices for them exclusively. Aa nearly every handler of bntter receives the same cuts, the exclusive part of the bus- inees cannot be Been by them. Today the market has a dragging tendency and prices are demoralized with no legi timate offers being refused. MORE EGGS ARB COMING. The high prices which have lately i been offered out in the country for egg : seems to be drawing at last, for the re- ceipts of Btocks this morning were larg- ' er than any previous day during the last montn. ihe demand as yet is not ' great in the city, and aa this market is ' about aC too nigti for the northern j market, larger receipts would have a bad tiled. I'rices show no change to- 1 day. POULTRY MOVES AT HIGH PRICE. Although the receipts of poultiy wer slightly larger today, there wan a small improvement in the price. This was brought about by the almost entire die- , appearance of stocks from the market. , With larger receipts usual quotations will rule. THE SLUMP IN POTATOES. Very heavy receipts of potatoes in the San Francisco market and a consequent: lowering of prices there has caused a drop of about 15c a hundred, in the quota- this market. Fancy stocks, of which there is a very little lelt, are quoted lust, aa strong as the former figures,. SUGAR 18 VERY FIRM. The advance of 10c a hundred in the quotations on sngar which was exclu sively mentioned in the Journal yester day, was brought about by the placing of heavy orders for suaar by the larger fruit cannera of the country. Jobbers are expecting further advances in thin market. GRAIN AND FLOUR. Wheat, Walla Walla Wheat, Valley Wheat, Bluestem Barley, per ton OatB, white Oats, gray Hard wheat floor straights. . Hard wheat flour, patents. . . Valley flour Flour, graham Rye flout,,;.,...... FBODUCI. Butter, fancy creamery. . ; . . Butter, dairy Butter, cooking Cheese, Young America.... Cheese, Oregon full cream. . Eggs, Oregon ranch Honey, dark Honey, amber Honey, fancy white VEGETABLES. Artichokes, dozen ,. Beets, sack,.., , Cabbage Carrots, sack Cauliflower, doxen Celery Chile peppers, pound .. Garlic, pel pound,. Green peppers, pound Horseradish, per pound..... Lettuce, hothouse, box Onions, Oregon yellow ' Potatoes Potatoes, sweet Pumpkins Radiuhes, per dozen Tomatoes, per box Turnips, sack FRUITS. 75e 81c 85c $23 5 24.00 23.50V; S:65S,7& 4.S034.4O ; 3.90 3.80 3,904,0O) 2022tfc 17X 810cf 1314c 12tf18c 18c 10tfH 1213c 15c " 75? l.OO 2c 7i)C80c l.OO 65c75c 2 8e' 6c Xc l'.502.0O 2.50(u)2.0O. 1.101.4O 2. 753.0f lclc. 1216c 2.002.2fr ZficftJl.OfJ nfl90V; 1.002.0O 5c . 00c 12Kc 6i'Ac 1.5C? 6c 1.001.1 2.25. 1.(10 2.002.5O 1.602.2& 3.7504.50 1212Mc 14ftyl5c . 13(jl4e 6.OO07.OO 14015c 10017c Cooking apples Fancy apples BanunaM, per pound Cocoanuts, dozen Chestnuts, Oregon, pound. Dates, golden Dates, Fard, per 13-lb. box igs, white, per pound...;. Figs, black, per pound Figs, California layers 10 lbs Figs California 10-lbcsrtons Figs, 50 -lb. bricks Figs, black Grapefruit, box Lemons Oranges, navels Pineappiea POULTRY. Mixed, per pound Spring, per pound lions Geese Ducks, dozen Turkeys, live Turkey a, dressed HAY AND FEED. Timothy 15.0018.00) Otover 10.00ll.0O Cheat 11.0012.0O Shorts 21 00 Bran 18.00 Barley, rolled 24.0025.OO Middlings 24.002i.0O Chop feed 16.00 GOOD 8PIRITS. Good anirita don't all come from Ken tucky. Their main source ia the liver and all the fine spirits ever made in the Blue Grass State could not remedy a bad liver or the bundred-and-one ill efleets it producei. You can't have good spirits and a bad liver at the aame time. Year liver must be in fine condition if you would feel buoyant, happy and hopeful, bright of eye, light of step, vigorous and) successful in yonr pursuits You can pat your liver in fine condition by usingj Green's Angust flower the greatest ol all medicines for the liver and bLoujhcU and a certain cure for dispepsia or indi gestion. It has been a favorite house hold remedy for over thirty-five year. Auijust Flower will make your liver healthy and active and ttns insure yon a liberal supply of "good spirits." Trial size, 25 cents; regular bottles 75 cents. 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