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THE BANNER-COURIER, OREGON CITY, OREGON THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1922.
News From Over
Rev. Robert Allingham, pastor of the
Alameda Park community church, will
speak at the Hazelia community Sun
day school December 31, at 2:30 p. m.
Sunday school at 1:30 on this date.
You will enjoy this very pleasing
speaker, who comes here highly recom
mended. There will also be good spec
ial music. . ' ' '
Mrs. Max Forte, who has been quite
! ill at the home of J. Eastman, has re
i turned to her home in Portland.
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William Evans" of Aurora spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mis. J.'R. Lewis.
Miss Enaa Caseday spent Saturday
and Sunday at the O'Leary home.
'Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Brown returned
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Mrs. W. W. Woodbeck -
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Thursday from an enjoyable trip to 5g,,,,rftf.tf.?tf.e.rf..8fi
Eugene. Mr. Brown transacted husi- ? tnFFFFF
ness while there. -i Mrs. Lestowe. who came from east-
Willamette University, is
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Stage of Port- Charles Kilgore returned home from L nrefron nn visit, is sick at the
land, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Frank ,tj. of O. for his Christmas vacation. nome Cf ner daughter, Mrs. Shelton
Marshall over Christmas. C. 3ones, Albert, and Ray Fisher Bechtel ,
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Mr. .and Mrs. Unas, marsnan visueu spent one aay msi wees m ruiuauu uu a , .Io f ty,a A;rrorot nt
bf- s ia WnnJthe public school united, last Friday. ;tofore eiiBtoig : between the Piamuir
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In the Circuit Court of the State of
- Oregon, for the County of Clack
STANLEY WILLIAMS ALLEN,
ISABELLE R. ALLEN,
To Isabelle r Allen, the above named
In the Name of the State of Oregon,
you are nereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed against
you in the above entitled suit on or be
fore six weeks fromthe first publica
tion of this summons, to-wit: - The 8th
doy of February, A. D., 1923, and if you
fail so to appear and answer for want
thereof, the plaintiff will apply to this
court for the relief demanded in the
complaint filed in this suit, to-wit: For
a decree of divorce forever dissolving
the bonds of matrimony now and here-
with . Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. Katty made a business
trip to Oregon City, last Friday.
miss J&auusr rauiei "- cwtlan.l whPr shs tansacfr i"1- -v. "V""'
Portland She was in a hospital and ; - number of pupils trom tne seven tn ana
i . i i en business. .4. np
is now convalescing ai ner iiuuie uciC - tt,i wa, a Satnrdav i elsul-u eca
shopper in Oregon City.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Caseday are visitin
On Wednesday MrB. A. A Spangler uxe at the school house a
where she will remain until she re
gains her strength.
v. cxra ritinvp-A TTofRtetter
".L "r ;:ta thp In Tower, Oregon.
were ill jl cguu iy vu.
S. Elmer was in Portland last week. holidays
Fred Lindau has sold all ot his 1922
walnut crop at a good price. He also
sold his dried prunes at a satisfactory
price. As this was his first prune
crop and his nut orchard is young, both
crops ought to be about double next
.year. He states that his filbefc trees
are full of blossoms for the firet time.
In a few years Mr. Lindan will be a
leading fruit and nut grower in Oregon.
i Tommy Robbins, who was unable to at
itend on account of -sickness, and pre
sented him with a book. The pupils
- . . ". I in rAsnnnsfi to the aniifial sent out hv
ftted Jas-ger is home for the Christ- anriot nT,triht m
quarts of canned fruit to be distributed
to the needy on Christmas day.
Mr. and Mrs. John Jones, who re
cently came to Portland from Spokane,
spent Christmas at the home of the
latter's brother, Dan Jones, of Morse
Mr, and Mrs. R. F. Deter and family,
when returning from Sellwood, Christ-
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Mr and Mrs. William Pollock are
.mas 1av were the victims of an auto-
receiving congratulations on the ar-mobile wreck, and aa a result, Mrs.
Paul Schiewe has started to build a)rival of a daughter, December 19. She
house. This is bad weather for house
building, but we all hope he will suc
ceed and that he will have a good home
before long. " -
. The Misses Elenora and Lilly Schie
we of Oregon City spent 'Christmas
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Charles Gasser is busy planting
prune trees. One more grower con
verted to the fruit industry here.
Our school celebrated Christmas last
Fridav evening. The school rooms
has been given the name of Jean La
Mrs. Otis Messenger and children
Tnla TCthel and Genevieve of Port
land, spent the Christmas holidays at
the home of the former's parents, Mr:
and -Mrs. M. Waldron.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Porter and chil
dren were the guests of relatives in
Portland over hristmas
f, P Berdine. who formerly resided
n Willamette, but now is a resident of
n -.TioinA ot thfi hnmp nf Mr.
were decorated with the usual greens, i g Wednesday.
and the children gave a remarkably tt Wvatt
fine program, after which Santa Claus
Mrs. Hvatt. Waldron and Una Hyatt
m, alter wnicn oama uauai - - rhristnlps riinner at tne
came down the chimney and distnbut-. Mr - Mra . Tu0
ed presents to the children, also many , fl f fl t k dinner
packages of candy. The attendance was !atdrn Christmas day.
a record breaker and everyone had a" .
fine time Miss Beatnce Oliver, who recently
I underwent an operation at the Ecanuel
4 a a d.t.f st ..4.t.i hosmtal . nas returned to ner noiue.
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Deter's niece, who is here from east
ern Oregon, is in tne Sellwood hospi
tal, suffering from the effects of severe
cuts on her head. The Deter car was
struck by a car going in the same
direction and was badly smashed. The
other occupants of the car were un
injured. A "500" party was enjoyed by the
members of the Community Club last
Wednesday evening. Seven tables
were played and a good time reported
by those attending.
W. I. Blinstone is again able to be
out, after being confined to his home
several days with a severe cold.
Miss Mattley, teacher in the Seaside
schools, is spending her vacation with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Matt
ley, on Addie street.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Starker and the
children spent Christmas with 'Mr.
Starker's mother, Mrs. Charles Starker,
and the defendant," said su)tt (being
c,n Tift fm tro. a r. brought on the grounds of desertion.
k toho or, ,...7,11 iiiaw.! This summons is published once a
1 ltillHU u T VVUVUV1 0 UUU UUK"U A II . . . ,
of the Honorable J. U. Campbell, Judge
of the above entitled Court, said order
being dated the 26th day of December,
A. D., 1922, directing the publication
of said summons. ,
Date of first publication, December
Date of last publication, February
ALLEN & ROBERTS,
Attorneys for Plaintiff,
714 Swetland Building,
(12-28-7t) Portland Oregon.
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for Clackamas County.
. ELIZABETH EDWARDS, EDNA
To Thomas C. Edwards, the above
In the Name-of the State of Oregon,
you are hereby iequ;red to appear and
make answer to the plaintiff's com
jlaint filed against j ou in the above en
titled Court and cause on or before Sat
urday, the 10th day "of February, 1923,
id date being more man six weens
trom and after the date of the first
publication of this summons, and if
jou .fail to appear or make answer to
said complaint the plaintiff will apply
o,the Court for the relief prayed lor
herein, to-wit: For judgment against
he defendant, Elizabeth Edwards, for
the sum of $750.00, with interest there
on computed at the rate of -8 per cent
per annum from the 16th day of March,
922, and for the further sum of $33.72
vith interest thereon computed at the
late of 6 per cent per annum from the
27th day of March, 1922, -and for the
further sum of $75.00 attorney's fees,
and for the costs and disbursements
incurred by plaintiff in this suit, and
for a decree decreeing the plaintiff's
nortgage described in the complaint to
be a first, valid and subsisting lien
ppon lots numbered 52 and 53 in ROSE
WOOD, reference being had to the re
corded map and plat thereof, being a
subdivision of sections 18 and 19 in
township 2 South of Range 1 East of
the Willamette Meridian, in Clackamas
(County, Oregon, containing about ten
acres of land, to secure -the payment
of the sums hereinabove mentioned,
and foreclosing said mortgage and di
recting that the real property therein
described be sold as upon execution to
satisfy the costs, accruing costs and
sums hereinabove mentioned, with in
terest accrued and accruing thereon,
and decreeing that you and all persons
claiming by, through or under you or
any of the defendants, be forever bar
red and foreclosed from all claim,
right, title and interest in and to said
real property or any part thereof, save
and except only your stales
This, summons is served upon yft
publication in the Banner-Courier,
newspaper printed, published and hav
ine a general circulation in Clackamas
County, Oregon, pursuant to an order
of the Honorable James u. uampDeu,
Judge of the above entitled Court, duly
made and entered on the 27th day 01
December, 1922, which order pre
scribes that the same be published in
said Banner-Courier at least once a
week for six consecutive and succes
sive weeks, beginning with the issue of
December the 28th, 1922, and ending
with the issue of February 8th, 1923.
Dated and first published .December
Attorney for Plaintiff,
Office and Postoffice Address:
Chamber of Commerse Bldg.,
(12-28-7t) Portland, Oregon.
Duncan and Evangeline Christainsen
entertained West Linn school friends,
Mrs. Frank Childs is reported some
! hopes soon to be able to be about.
Work was resumed at the big saw
mill, five miles east of here, on Wed
nesday of this week. There will be a
lay-off New Year's day.
A, happy New Year to everybody!
Old-timers say that the squaw win
ter we had in December means mild
weather for the balance of the season, ggj
R. (J. Murray, wno nas Deen em-
W. " A. Rush, who was one of the
graduates of the mid-winter class at
the Monmouth Normal school, last Fri
day, has returned to his home at this
Rev. and Mrs. A. B. Snider spent
Christmas with Mrs. Snider's mother,
Mrs. Patten, in Forest Grove.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bretscher enter
tained at a Christmas dinner, Monday.
Covers were laid for seventeen.
Mrs. Lucy Allen came up from Cor
vallis last week Wednesday and is
spending the holiday season with her
daughters, Mrs. W. I. Blinstone of Hull
Mr. and- Mrs. R. W. Potter and son avenue, Mrs. Uerta Hertel and Mrs,
By Hazelia School Pupils.
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Mrs. Frank Childs, who has been
seriously ill at her home in Hazelia,
was taken to St. Vincent's hospital this
pioyea on Dnage worK ni rvuuu ?, , arrivefi from Mikkalo. Ore-Gladvs Cooner of Portland
came home for the holidays as moi Tnursday evening, to spend the Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hendry have re
nis sons. Kaymona and uoDert, wuo r..',r i-r,: 1. t D rr. n,i
are employed at Marshfield.
Archie Averill and wife spent the
holiday week with the home-folks. He
Miss Thelma DeBok and Miss Mary j Christmas.
Mrs. A. F. Russell of Jennings ave
nue is on the sick list, from the effects
of the prevailing colds.
The children of the Sunday school
gave a Christmas entertainment at the
Shannon, teachers in the Willamette
t 1 ,.;ntr.A tho f Armflio cicttfir Mrs
is working for the state, highway de-1,,.
partment at Winchester, Oregon, near " , , .
Roseburg. ' Irene Duncan and Blanche Brown
School closed last Friday until after are spending the holidays with their
u j h: t. .1,1 ...... v, parents Mr suit Mrs. TT. T. DunCan.
r:"Zl;hZrT bT Baker is spending 'the gram was a pleasing one, with songs
near New Era. holidays with, her parents, Mr. and
E. H. King is making a fish pond Mrs. H. Menenoer.
on his ranch, near Brightwood, and will
school house, Friday evening. The pro-
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Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Funk visited the
latter's sister, Mrs. W. H. Zivney,
Bob Wanker le.ft for his home, in
eastern Oregon, Thursday afternoon,
oft or visiting relatives and friends
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Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Lehman called
at the Frank Whitten home, Thursday
The Christmas program, given at the
Hazelia school Friday night, was well
attended by parents and friends of the
The Carus union Sunday school held
its Christmas exercises at the church.
Sutvrlav Pvenins- A verv fine nrotrrani ' school. After an interesting program,
was rendered. Santa Claus appeared and distributed
Kenneth Renner and sister Ona were ! candy and gifts to the children. The
guests at the Guilliam residence, Sun-'school room was tastefully decorated,
I the large attractively trimmed tree be-
Wftvne Stevart ia makir,!? frenuent ine the center of attraction. School
trips to Oregon City where he is hav- ;will reopen Tuesday, January 2, after
ing his hand treated. the Christmas holidays.
and folk dances by a group of the little
tots, representing fairies. Each one
was remembered with candy and nuts
trom the tree.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Roberts enter
tained at a family party, Sunday. Cov
ers were laid for -seventeen. Monday,
Mr. and Mrs. Roberts and children
were dinner guests at the Theron
Finch home in Woodburn.
Jerry Madden is excavating and get
ting the lumber on the ground for a
new1 house to be1 built on his property
on the Willamette river, near the foot
of Jennings avenue. The building will
be erected in the early spring.
Mrs. Howland has rented her home
on the river road to Rev. Herbert G.
Crocker and will spend the remainder
of the winter with friends in Portland.
Miss Vada Bluhm of Beaver Creek
isited at the home of Mrs. Henry Hen-
rici, last Thursday and Friday.
Mrs. H. H. Emmons is sick at her
home on the river road with the pre
The Grady family, who sold their
home on Addie street several months
ago, have taken up their residence in
We Want the Accounts of
We want the Accounts of housewives women who are
earnestly trying to help their husbands in the struggle for
We want to help them save more and yet live well and
to enjoy the protection of this strong e stablished bank. Don't
hesitate to consult us any time w'e can be of service. Our ad
vice and assistance is always at your disposal. .
$1.00 Opens a Savings Account
and obtains a Liberty Bell Bank
Clackamas County Bank
Sandy, Oregon .
On the Hill
Ask anyone you know
which is the highest
quality baking powder
and almost invariably
they will tell you ROYAL.
"My cakes are 100 better
since I bought that can of
Royal," writes one delighted
user, and everywhere
among your friends, neigh
bors, relatives you will
hear similar commendations.
Royal Contains No Alton
Leaves No Bitter Taste
Our entire stock
of Washboilers and
Pails at the very
lowest prices: Xo
clean them up dur
D. M. Klemsen & Son
Staple and Fancy Groceries
504 Main St. - - Oregon City
we can bi5
you the choicest
I prices no more than you, j
have paid elsewhere for $ V
Ruconich & Roppel
Phone Pacific 75 218 Main St
Hats Must Go
' Trimmed Hats Sailors
Childrens Beavers and Caps
All Going At a Big Reduction
For Sale Live Stock
BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS The
foundation of this flock came from
the Government Station at Mountain
Grove, Missouri. Fine color, even
barring and good layers. Hatching
eggs in season. H. O. Newell, Mo
lalla, Oregon, R. F. D. No 2. 12-21-4tp
FOR SALE Fresh cow, with or with
out calf. Phone 27-F-24. 12-14-3t
FOR SALE St. Andrewsburg-rollers,
from imported stock; very pretty,
good songsters; $3.00 per pair. Mrs.
George Bliss, Oregon City, Rt. 3.
WANTED To hear from owner of
good ranch tor sale.. State cash
price, full particulars. D. F. Bush,
Cost Little. Results Big Ban-
Courier Classified Advs.
LOST One Michelen Ford Disk wneel,
painted orange, with Goodrich tire
and license tag, December 9, on road
between Tualatin and Wilsonville or
Oswego. Write M. C Young, Wil
sonville, Oregon.' Reward.
FOR SALE Thoroughbred Jersey
bull, Oregon Park Chief N, sired by
Maple Park Chief; Dam, Golden
Glow's Blossom. Solid color, except
small spot in forehead, spot on each
stifle, white below knees and white
switch, white tongue. Bred at .Ore
gon Agricultural College; now at
the (Barnett farm, one mile east of
Parkplace, Oregon. J. H. Barnett,
OF PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS FIRMS
ALWAYS THE NEW THINGS FIRST.
Ladies' and Children's Ready-To-Wear
MONEY TO LOAN
Paul C. Fischer
Beaver Bldg. Oregon City
209 7th Street
- Oregon City
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SCHUEBEL & BEATTIE
ATTO R N E YS-AT-LA W
6 Per Cent State School Money To
Loan on Farms.
Bank of Oregon City Building
Oregon City, Oregon
Mrs. Ida Hutchinson, Prop.
Sixth and J. Q. Adams Sts.
Phone 498R Oregon City, Oregon
W. G. H. Krueger
House Moving, Raising and Repairing
Concrete, Brick and Hollow Tile
Phone 607, Res. 1625 Washington St
Holman & Pace
Money loaned for you or to you
at current rates. Farm loans only.
GRANT B. DIMICK
Oregon City, Oregon
Seventh and Water Sts.
OREGON CITY, OREGON
CHARLES T. SIEVERS
OREGON CITY, OREGON
DR. E. A. GIBBS,
Nervous and Chronic Diseases
Room 2 ' Beaver Block
Countless thousands of American housewives
vould never have enjoyed real efficiency, econ
omy, convenience and cleanliness in their kit
chens had they not obeyed the national slogan
cook by wire.
Portland Railway, Light & Power Co.
PAUL C. FISCHER
Attorney at Law
Oregon City, Oregon
Phones: Office 348 Residence 1F2
Men and Women
207 7th St. Oregon City
C. D. & D. C. Latourette
AND EARL LATOURETTE
EsUtes settled Money loaned Prac
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First National Bank Building
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Oregon City, Ore.
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