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iih tyr11"'1' "'v"r
1 jr(, Win. HIiiM.Imn who lmi Ixtun
,iiim Imr inri'iil In Hitl.'iu riituriiml
yi.i Mmulo Allnn of HkmIIIu, whn tlin
.I of Mm. It. L, llnliimn tlio liwt
John Iwolli'ii f HrliiKttir wim In
, riy un Monday Mlling up hit
On Frlily llt Mr. UlIIIiikit Kave
rtb l W l 11,0 'u""e el r aunt
jjd, 8. A. McC own.
Win. I'miynf " "I Clatukama
rtlnll ! ciiiil of day hl
Uk iiUnu rnUMve.
I U!m Alll Klt ' Portland, la vUlt
V' Mainlo Oiartnan int forinltix
Uiialnianri-a I" 'I" '"y-
Will. I" Miller lift un tlio Tueaday
firtiliiU ''" '"r ''y viott with
jpiutlii'r In larkaonvuiu.
Pr, I l I'lt ki'iii ia In tutilm- at
LDi"-lln ' H' Mat fnllUl AWMM.U-
4 rli In In uphIoii In I'ortlaiid.
T. CMn llyln, a iToiiiliwiit attorney
.'lltker t'lly. lw lioiinln lhl
i ... I LU..LIU.. I ll.- -1 .1
jjudaW. 'I1' t ''"wi-ku a In
. m HMinPIMBY IMII1MI 111 lllflBltmiB
t: city o Monday ailmidinir to let-nl
of whl.h ha Iim a good di al
EJilor l'l' "' Three rilMora, wim
In llm i lty on Monday on hi way
) 4ii tlm worlda (air and ft vUit to til
rllivpn in in j-swii. uu mm won tin-
. I with Uio liltf nIiuw,
funk Kruw ol Wllnorivillu wm ft
filler n Tiii"dy. Ho aar that tlio
):l ll lavoialiln to tlio aiming uf fall
pin ami that a uxh1 arrrt will I
KID III III" IK'liilllMull'Xxl.
I Henry Wili'lmrt anil family aftur
I idlii x'Verai wn vrry iin-aaatmy
y Nrlarta Hay returniM tlio lnt of llm
irk by llm way of tirand Honda.
I .ur rr'rt tlio wpallier aa ili'lilitlul
he wiu there.
(Arnold (in-ijariuiii wnit Up to Hub
ir J on Friday to pK'inl tlio SuIiImmIi
i.lb hi parrnt. 1 1 a returned Sunday
kftrrmiuti In tlmi to assume lila (In lira
vjaiiiiorat tin) tM hoot building on
MimI.u. Stvrrill, who Jim rfflrlently
I'temlrii to Hid tiuiiipruiu oiiiiPi at uie
I'tttral ilrlivury window In the l
J lit haa rrignpil livr niliuii and Ml
(ii Monday fur lH-vr I aland where aim
iilvcia in atay for a liiuu.
Allrr iipiiiling ten daya atthawhito
I :y in llm aoiitlu-in part of Chh'Agu K.
j. Wllliama rvturniNl Monday wll
trtrd villi thn fair. Mm. Wllliama
Viw ivoinpaniMl tt i tn Taat Went Holilh
xn Iht iiiothi'r in Ti'ia".
j U. 0. Iljiiinntii, J. U. C'vmpUdl and
1 F SwoiNi wrm awav at Hali-in fur a
ti'liif 1 1 n h tlio piixl wcvk altt'iiding
) piainiiiatlon Ix'foru the atiirt'!no
urt Inr adiniaMion to llm )ar. All rn
Hvrd thpir ahis pnklna and arn now full-
F. J. I.oula ri'ltirncd from Ida caatcrn
ip lat Huturday morning having aa ho
! wrl had a very fiijnyahlfl timv holh
Lit old homti in Iowa andal tin worlds
tir. Iln waa taken III tho taut day of
1 1 trip hai k o waa iifTcring conpidi
t'itat Hit- datn of hia anlval.hut a ihort
h Ni'.iv act lilm to rlghta.
W, II. I'artlow who haa irna hnck to
Worlda fulr Kiiioi'ta in Iw rolinidcr-
' 1 1 T auiipriaiil hy tlio elmiiK'' a ho haa
lunn thcro for 64 vcara. At tliat
aw ho drovo In Irom aouth of tho city
lli ft lo.ul af inriil hiivlng four yoko of
"n hiti hi'd to the wairoil. Ho ramped
in the luko front In whnl In now tho
f'"rt o the city and tho next morning
fu nllWi'd an ('iiliro hlock for the catilo
l it ho thought tho oxun tho mora val
wlile ho did not tmdo.
The wivldiiiir of Mr. Jumoa V. I'artlow
Vtid MihM Amiiu I'., llowliind of which
bii'iilii.n Im ...(.. t.t ..... .tii..r iwilnnin.
Y in iim.iu m ntivvxi'i v.-.w
m oiiii of tlioao plciiRttiit orra-
'"'in to ho lung rcnii'iiihori'd not only
'.vthfl I'oiitrurlinir tuirlioa hut hIho by
I'm Invlli'd giioHtH. Tho giitlmring waa
'mpoHcil of the lininedittto frionda and
lutivcg of thofuinily.ttnil tho reromony
MM for 11 A. M. Tho hrido waa
uti'fully nnd attrnrtivoly attired and
I'm I'l'ri'iiiiinv iiiiuukiI oir iili'iinnntlv.
Mer till lilMinitit al t llliitr ll... Iiridn and
Fwiii accoiiimiiiii'd hv W. H. I'artlow
took llm iifl.'rniinli train for I'ort-
!"'i'lcn roulo for Chlcngo whoro they
r,Ho to Hiiond a almrt time and then
'it other friend In tho EuhI. Our
wiflhea follow them.
I Tho StiilcHiiiun nntoa that hiiaino
wn lively at the atiito limine thia week,
llm ......... . . .......I- f..... kiilnu
r vnot iriury oi IM0 HllllB B nm:u
f"'y auditing account and drawing war
piUiand the treaauror paying out the
f'"ll. Four liiiu.a n vmir t HR rUHll 0-
" and between f 0,(XK) and fnO.WK) are
P;l"l out for mihirio-i in tho ntuto. roariy
h'"thl dlHburhoinent is In and about
(lr..n..n 1.. Aiur "!. lSlll.
'iman Lichty, Khq., le Moines, la.
IllmU..,, v... T.-... llnadlU'llO
niii j uur ninuiKJ w
;lwule8 are good Boiler and do tho
"ra ovory time. Your truly,
I Gieono llAKOT.
; or Bale by Charman A Co., Cily Urug
pre, Oregon Cfty, Oregon.
All note for 11,1, t.olm.n alulli, m
"iit to Mlna Jonnlo Howen, editor,
Heavor Cicek, Oregon.
Tho Clai'kama County Tea.dior,
AH.K'lallon held the IuhI meeting at Cur
rliiavlll... Tim aaNoehai,,,, M ,.,i tu
order by 8tiirliitendent (ilhaon. The
Iral topic "The r.'aehoi. relation to hi
'upll and to tin 1'ubllc" waa handled
I" a very able manna r by Mia (Jortrudo
I'lnley. Ml. M.Cowon cntertulnod the
teaiher with ao,,Ka. Mr. B(lok
on tho aubjett of "Tha Flint Day Work
In Hehool." He aald that the first day
work wa of great Importanc. The
teacliar ought to have a well dellnod plan
andwoik aecordlngly. The program mo
hmld U placed on the blackboard and
followed a chmely aa aaihl. Allow
nothing un the flrat day that you would
not on any other,
Mr. (po. L. Htory avo an addre cn
the aiihjuct o "Kducatlon." Mr,
Hlory'a addre waa much likod by all
who hoard It.
Mia Curriri had a drill In callathenlc.
Hbe had her former pupil perform tho
Mia Howen recited "The New ("Lurch
The 1)111114 of Meaar. I'owell, (ilbaon,
Huik and Miawa Farnley, Currin and
Hampton were proponed for member-
hip. They w ere elected .
Ileaohitlona were then read and adopted
thanking the people for Hie royal enter
lalnnieiit they hail extended to the
teacher. The next mentiliK will lie
held at thn Markwcather achool bouao
near Milwauker. The program will lie
"During my term of aervlce In (he
army I contracted chronic dirrhn ,"
aya A, .. Henditig, of I lalaey, Oregon.
rlnc then I have uaed a great amount
of medicine, but when I found any
that Would give lue relief they would
injure my atomach, until Chamberlain'
Colic, Cholera and l'iarrhoa Itemedv
waa hrougl I to my notice. I UhoiI it and
will aay it 1 the only remedy that gave
me rmneiit relief and no bad result
follow." For aale by (ieorgo A. Hard
n., (i, (hi. ft. SIhhiI la priiitrefKliig
finely wllh I'ruf. 8, V. Iowna at the helm.
Tli I'lilloiiialliran HKiely'a t.all a a ao
rtal ami Niianclal aucrpna. The proceeda
went In th (IixhI Trmplara ImIkp.
M. K. llrartM'k alarii-d for Ctiilrnl Amer
ica wlier he ha a good iiilon. Ilia fam
ily will follow him Inter on If he likea die
Mm. Itay ami daughter, of I'nrt Towna
rml. Waalilngton, are vlnltlng her mother,
M m. Finite,
(ieo, Wgnrr anilllarry Mitotic, of Tort
land, allrinleil the ball Friday mailt.
TIiim. Fox and A.J. Monk paid Sherwood
a flying visit Monday.
bmla Tliomaa left for the world' fair
Tuemlay. He will vmit hia tirothrr III Wia
enimiit Iwfure he rrinrno.
W. W. l.h went to rnlem the .'Id hmt. to
alleml to luiiliieoa.
K.I. llnliirr, Will. Whiticn ami A. J.
Monk will depart In a few ilnys to huh In
the t'olililihla water.
Jiiile llalnea haaopcnel an ollloe In the
hank builillng. He aloo haa an oltlee In Ihe
IiK-Uir Sullivan left for the Kimt with a
patient, Mr. Ttlfla, of Wlwonain, who
came to Oregon to nyaln her heallli. Thin
rlimal not reeliig will) her he returned
home In III chwrge. The iHictor will visit
the worlil'i fair before lila return.
John Ilowlea returned from Ohio hint
week. He report very hot and dry weather
in that country, and thmka no place eipiala
l'rof. 1. H. Buasard of the Osweuo comet
hand will organiae a Juvenile hraoi hand
Ihia week. The profeoiior la an arcom
ihel niulcin nd the Iniya w ill do credit
to their competent teacher.
M a k a I'auKii, Oct. 3.-Owing to the in
clemency of the weather the out were in
a very poor ehapo for tlireahlng.
J. M. Hnlea made a trip to I'ortlnnd one
day laxt week to lenrn the cost of ticket to
low. He conic niplatea alnrting In that di
rection In a few daya.
E. (,'iiHiilnKliam made a buinea trip to
Oregon City one dny last week.
1). Howard contemplate Marling east In
a few day for tho purpose of attending
A. K. Mark, of McMlnnville, accompan
ied by hl on Colmaii, i paying a visit to
thl prairie and looking alter hi crop.
Mra. (Jeer of Hutlcville i here lookingout
for a aultalile location.
1 J. Diancy and T. 0. Oilllum or Itutto
vlllo, are paying Ihcir farewell visit to
Mark I'rairie. They atari for the Kind
T. I. Marah atarted lost Monday for I'ort
land where h will resume his studies for
i. o.,.i xira. K. riiiinlmrliiini, Mr, and
Mra. . M. Karnaworth and Miss Winnie
llalny were tho gucsta of A. J. Yoder nnd
family last Sunday. They report a line time,
w. I like lo know tho inline of the
young man who fed tlio young lady ap
instead or tally.
... i.i -i. ni in kimw who wna the
we wiium maw i.nw .w -
Imp picker that aucceeded in getting the hop
picker direct irom mo r.uw.
in tiin Tnvlur coinmenced her third
ill IBB llfliw.i
r .choolattlie Murks I'rairie achool
house last Monday morning.
rri.. nn.l flxtnni of the MoilO-
gram Cigar store on Main Btreetoppo-.!.-
i.- nirtcB. includins fixtures
Hue vim -
and furniture of. the billiard and card
room. On of the boat location in
town and ba good busineBg. Appiy io
. . riiw
tf M, itOSNHAU, Uicuu vv
HKKINO TIIH WOKI.U'H FAIR.
A Claokaniai ('minty Man Wrlteaof the Won.
Noktii IUkvrv, Ilia., Hept, 23, IKfl.
To th KniToa: I take thla momoritto
fiilllll my promise made to many Oregon
friend In write a letter from the World'
Fair. Huvn been in the Whit City alx
working daya; have not, a yet, been lost,
atoleu or aandhnggrd, 'l li Kxpositlon, to
me, la great, grind, Itnmena 1 1
Have met aome Oregonlana Ilenjamln
JagKera, K., of Oregon City, and Mr. K.
l'ayne, of 1'nrtland, among other.
I commenced my lahore (for Indeed It la
laoor) on Monday morning, th lHth luat.,
heelntilng on the state building and gradu
ally working up, aa It were. At flrat 1 wi
under th Impression Dial Oregon wa "not
in It," and felt rather iii1I ovr my elate'
bowing, hut gav np the Idea on compre
hending the club-house style of to many ot
the states, and concluded under the aur
rounding It wer better not to be than to
only be llkewiae. On reaching the Horti
cultural liulhllng had no illlllculty In find
ing Oregon under th elllcient management
of Dr. J. 0. Smith. Who would not reel at
home w llh Wclifnot fruit " three-Kiuud
Jitar and llve-poiinil potatoes!" Here are
the headquarter where Oregon iieohle reg
ister. Yesterday I attended to the duties
of this station w hile the force went out to
dinner, and it seemed like I was at the
world' (uiicriH'osm) fair at Marpiin when
I beheld our Irull in Hi natural slate; for
you know Clackaina county cannot be
"downed" raising apple, prune, bartlelt
pear, etc. However, the " Land of I led
Apples" must look to her laurel and meet
the Irult aia or she will be out or it in a
souse or prollt to the fruit growers.
In the Transportation building they have
a cart Unit rtdea easier than any four
wheeled vehicle. On viewing the $12,00"
bearae lady asked if that would carry one
to heaven, ltailroadlngl It'a all repre
leuted, modern and ancient.
Klectricity building. Oiim.
Huriiig the recent storm which blew
out aeveral hundred square feet of glesa
roofing in the Manufacture and
l.ltieral Ana llullding, an Oregonian,
from I'orllaud of course, rcniarkcd when
he saw Ibe heavens on fire with forked
lightning thai Clilcaao had wonderful elec
tric llithla. A Chicago man looked at him
for an instant and replied, "Oh, thunder!"
Notwithstanding all the high-toned places
in Chicago, one can live aa cheaply here as
In I'ortlaii'l if be will only keep his eyes
open in the ilay time and sleep at nighta.
lint if one would try to purchase the (a)
fair it would tie another question.
Th assembly can only be deacrilied by
comparing It to the surrounding or a bee
hive on a hot day. or to the animal part of a
hop Iral in il lousv prime condition.
The finnan countries are beginning lo
make arrangement tor packing up which
will begin promptly on Novemlier lot.
"Midway" ii continually thronged with a
Alter another week I exiect to see aome
or Chicago. J. W. Tlloaua.
I Succckaful Worker.
WurW pnnni.t Im ailri-1'HHfllll V con
tinued utile there 1 an active mental
intereat in il. If the mind ia not clear,
lii-ii, 1. 1 mi, I himt-uiit I In. i. fl.u i&'nrk ia
drudgery and tho worker ia a machine'
An (KTaaiomil (loan ol Moore a ueveutetl
Uniiiii.lv will nut the tiodv nnd mind in
such harmony that tho hiirdcat task
will Hecm play.
In jircpuri'd to make jdiotopraiihs
of all kinds promptly
FIRST CLASS STYLE
Babies' and Children Pictures
Cull and examine his work
At the Old New York Gallery
Second door north of Hardings
NoTlt'K OK AmUNTMKNT OK KXKCl TOh.
Notice Is hereby alven that Hie undersigned
hss been duly iinluled ejeoiitorol Ihe will of
I'eter Lew Is, iieeeaseii, uv uie eoiiniy eouri 01
Claekama cmilitv. Oregiin All person hv-
Ilia claim Hgatnsltlie estate ol reter Lewis, tie
ceased, are hereby unllfled I" present tliesame.
duly verltled, si the ntllee of I. K. Janney, Ore-
ami City, (ircg.'i), or 10 uie nnoerngiieu. w;iiud
six months from this dnte. Ocmtieril, Iw.H.
WILLIAM J. V. Mi ( UK II,
L. It. Jannky, Atlorney.
October , 1WW. 11-6:12-3
lu tlio Circuit Tniirt of the SMte of Oreirou for
tlio County oi ciai-kamaa
Alice Boners, plaintiff, vs. Calvin Souers, deft.
To Calvin Souers, IielemUnt:
lu the anineof the Stale of Oregon: Yon are
reiiiiiiud to hi near to and answer the coninUini
of the plalntlll herein on Monday, the Hill day
nt Nnveiiilier, A. U. 1MW: and If yon 111 to an
swer Ibe plaintiff will apply to the court tor (lie
rellel prayeu lor ui too coiupiniiii. hi wic tor
a ili-creo dlssnlvliig the bonds of matrimony
now exlstiiia between you and nlalntttr on the
ground ol w illliil desertion and abandon ineot
of platutltl herein for a period of more than one
year prior lo the commencement of this suit, to
wit: since September, A. I. 1W7; and that
plalnllll' have the cure, custody and control nf
tier minor child, Klhel Souers, and for such
other and further relief as to Ihe court may
seem equitable and Just, and lor her costs and
This summons is pulillsiieil hy order ot lion.
Loval It. Stearns, Judge n( the 4th Judicial Dis
trict ol the Slate of Oregon.
Paled Heptcmbi" 111, A. I). 1S3.
lMOWNKLt, & PHKSSRR,
J-'W ll-a Attorneys tor PlalutirT.
Notice of Application for Ralwin License.
Notice ts hereby given, that the under
signed will apply to the city council of Ore
gon City, Oregon at the regular meeting in
November lor the continuation of the li
ceuae for a saloon at Ihe corner of Main at.
and (lie alley between Fourth and Fifth
street in sniil cllv. M. H. Flanaoan,
Oregon City, Oregon, Sept. 2H, WW.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice la hereby given tht the undersigned
executrix of the will ot Arthur Warner, de
ceased, haa riled her account for final settle
ment In the county court lor Clackamas County
Oregon, and that said court ha appointed
Wednesday, the Ath day of November, lsna, at
the hour ol 10 o'clock A. M for hearing objec
tions to said account at settlement thereof.
Dated, September H,
Executrix of the will ot Arthur Warner, de
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for
the County of Clackaina
V. t. Morey, I'UbitlfT,
Joshua Welch. John Q Welch,
Myrlla Mi-CarTi-ny, Krarik Mo
I alferiy, aoplila MeCslTerty,
Willla Kvbiis, MkkI Kuan,
Clara Kvaiis ami Mary bryaut,
To Joahu Welch, John Q. Welch. Myrtle Mn
CatTerty, "frank MeCalferty, Sophia M(! fTr
ty. W illie Kvns, Msirale Kraiis, Clara Evana
and Mary llryaiil, and each of you:
In the name of Ilia stale of Orenn: You are
reoiilred Ui appear and answer the eoniplaint
of)'. K Morey herein, on or before th Mb day
of Novemlier A. I). l3; and If you fall to an
wr the pIsliitlfT will apply to the court for
the relief prayed for lu hi complaint, to wit:
fur a decree reforming a eerUIti rid berep
fore made, eieculed and delivered by Henry C.
Welch to John (j. Welch, and decreeln that It
waa the Intnuilon of Mid parile to emvey
by ald deed Hi followln real estate, situate
la Clackamas county, Oregon, rid dewrllied aa
follow: lletfliiniiia at stake no th left bank
of the Willamette river, It belli the N K. cor
aur of the land of the aforesaid Henry C.
Welch, and rutin Ins R. M de. W. chains U) a
stake; thence M. It W chains to a stake drove In
the top of a Israe cedar stump on thellneof Ihe
ll. U C of Je Hulllck; thence N. M der. K.
la .to chains l slake on the aforesaid fine:
Ihelice N. 10 W) elislns to a stake' thence N. Ti
de K. a chains to th plane of bealnnln, eon
talniii cre. An that thla I the land
which said Henry C Welch luteuded to con
vey on tha Ith dy of February, A. Ii lM by
deed eieculed and delivered by him to John
y Welch : am) that plaliillir Is the owner In fee
simple thereof , and that each of you be forever
barred from sett On up any right, title, luterest
In or claim to any of said above described real
estate; and for such other and further relief as
lo thla honorable court may seem Just aod
proper, and (or his costs and dlsbe.rsements
'I hi siinimnni i pill. Untied bjr order of ling.
Loyal 11. Htearus, Judge of the fib Judicial Dis
trict of the atateof Oregon.
Mail on lb Mb day of Heptemtier. A D. IhW.
3110WNKLL A UKKSHKK,
- 10-'J7 Attorney for PlalullrT.
lu the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for
the County ot tiackama.
Daniel J, Jones, Plaintiff,
William Gray, Miss Gray, whose alven name ts
unknown, aud Mr Gray, whose given name
Is unknown, liefendaiits.
To W IHietn tffsy, Miss Grsy, whose given nsme
Is unknown, aud Mr. Gray, whose given name
In the naiae of the Stale of Oregon: You are
required to nperud answer the complaint
of the plaintiff herein on or before Monday, the
eth day of Novemlier, A D Iwl and if you fall
n. hi answer the plaintiff will apply to thecntirt
for tha relief prayed for In his complaint tiled
herein, to wit decreeing that you or either of
You have no luteres! In Ihe following real estate
situate In the county of Clackamas, state of Ore
gon, and decrlbed as follows, to wit: the N. W.
of the S K. 4 of section 16 In T. 4 S. of K. 1 K.
of the Willamette meridian; and for decree
that you and each of you be required to set
forth the nature of any claim that you may
have against said property ; and that all adverse
claims of the defendants and of each of you lie
determined by a decree of said court; an J that
by n!d decree It be declared and adjudged
that the defendants above named and each of
you have no estate or interest whatever In and
to said laud aud premises, aud that the title ol
plali tlfl herein Is good and valid, and that the
defendant ,e forever enjoined and delawred
from asarrtlng any claim whatever In or to ssld
lsud aud premises adverse to the riaiutlrr
This summons Is published hy order of Hon.
Ityal H. Mearus, Judge ot the (111 judicial dis
trict of the stste of Oregon.
Made this bah day ol September. A. I)
llltOWNKI.I. A IlhK-HKH.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
In the Circuit Court ol the State of Oregon for
the County of Claekama.
Jaunet C. Lithgnw, Plalutlff.i
Richard I.llhgow, Defendant.)
To Klcbard Lithgnw, the above named deft:
lu the name of the State ol Orrgou: You are
re.iilieil to appear and answer the complalntof
the plalntltf Ueiclu nn Monday, the bin day of
November. A. l. PW; and If you fall o to an
swer the plaintiff will apply tothe court forth
relief prayed for lu her complaint, to wit: for a
decree dissolving the bonds of matrimony now
existing hetwecu you and Ihe plaiutltr; and
that she have the care, custody aud control of
the two minor children, to wit: Klchard P.
I.llhgow and Francis A. Llthgow: and for an in
terest In the following real ei-tate altuate In
Clackamas county, and dcscrllted a follows, lo
wit: Keirlunlng at a point a.tj chains west aud
e 10 chains north i f section corner to seciloiii
10. 11, U aud l.'i uf T. 2 S , K. 2 E of the W illam
etle meridian; running thence soulh 2ii .10
chains: thence west 13 71 chains; thence north
21'.. Ill chains: thcace east i:7& chains In the
place of iM-glnuiiig. containing 8fi acres, more
or less: and for such other and further relief as
In the court may seem equitable and ust:and
for her costs and disbursements tu this suit.
This summons Is published by order of Hon.
Loyal H. hi ear in. Judge of Ihe 4th Judicial Dis
trict of the Stale ct Oregon.
Dated September IWh. A. D. 198.
1IK0WNEI.I. A HKFSSF.R,
9-22:10-27 Attorneys lor Plaintiff.
Ill tho Circuit Court ot the Slate of Oregon for
the County of Claekama.
Jamea H. Hoggets, Plaintiff,
Richard W Oiirlen, Defendant.)
To Richard W. O'Brien, defendant:
In the name of the State of Oregon: You are
hereby required to appear and auswer the com
plaint filed against you lu the above named
court In the above entitled suit, on or before the
first day of the next regular term of said court,
the same being on Moudny, the lith day ot No
vember, 1M':I; and if you fall so to appear or an
swer, for want thereof the plaintiff will take
Judgment against you lor the sum of three hun
dred dollar !:U and luterest thereon at the
rate of ten per cent per annum since the 5th
day of December. 192, aud for the further sum
of flftv dollars (M). attorney's fees In this suit,
and for costs and disbursements herein: slid
decree that the following described leal estale
be sold to par ssld sums: All ot lots S, 4, S, 6,
7 and In block numbered 2o lu the Oregon
Iron, A Steel Company's First Additiou to the
town of Oswego, lu I lactams! county, stale of
This summons Is published by order of Hon.
Loyal H. steams. Judge of the Circuit Court of
the state ol Oregon for the 4th Judicial district,
listed September lath. A. D. IS'.i:!.
Judge T. A. McHrldenf the Mh Judicial dis
trict being absent from Clackamss countv.
MILLKK & Mil. 1. Ell,
9-22:11-3 Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Ill the Circuit Court of the Slate of Oregon for
the County of Clackamaa.
Alice C. Hicks, Plaintiff,)
U. W. Hicks, Defendant.)
To G W. Hicks, said defendant:
lu the unme of the State of Oregon :
You are hereby required to be and appear In
the above entitled court on or before the Hth day
of November, 1MIH, and answ er the complaint
Hied against you In the above entitled suit, or
for want thereof the plaintiff will take a decree
against you for relief demanded in the com
plaint, to wit: For a decree dissolving the
bonds of matrimony tiow existing between you
and Ihe plaintiff: for the custody of the minor
children of said marriage, aud for coat aud
This summons is made by publication In the
Oregon City Kiiterprlse by order ol Judge Loyal
R Stearns, mado at chamtiers, In Multnomah
county, Oregou, ou the 20th day of September,
law. 11. K. CROSS,
9-22:11-3 Attorney for PlalutlfT.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for
the County of Clackamas.
Henry Franklin Puacy, Plaintiff, vs. Julia Pu-
To Julia Pusey.the above named defendant:
In the name ot Ihe State of Oregon: You are
rec i ii I red to appearand answer the complaint
ot the platutltl herein ou Monday, tho titli day
of Novemlier, A. D. laM; and If you fall to an
swer the plalmtlff will apply to the court for
the relief prayed for lu the complaint, lo wit:
for a decree dissolving the bonds ot matrimony
tiow existing between you and the plaintiff:
aud that he have the euro, custody and control
ol your minor child, Mabel A. Pusey; and for
auoh other and further relief a to the court
may see in equitable and Just; and for hi cost
and dlaburaeineuts in this suit.
Thia summons ia published by order of
Hon . Ixtval li. Stearns, juil-e of the 4th
Judicial District of th Slate of Orecon.
Attorneys lor riiiintilT.
Dated September ID, lbUi. 9-22 : 10-27
THB RED FRONTS
COFFEES. Grxjil Crjn Coffi-e, 22 cents p-r pound. Good
Roast Coffee, 25 cents per pound.
Dry Granulated Sugar, 15 and 16 pounds, $1.
TEAS. Good green tea, 30 cents per pound. Choice uncolored
87J cento per pound.
FLOUR. B(;8t Flour 3-25 Ir barreL
13 yards No. 1 Dress Ginghama, $1. 15 yards Cabot W, $1.
HouBe-lining, 2Jc yard up.
Winter stock Dry Goods, Underwear, Etc.y
Now ready. Prices as low as Portland.
Q JJQ ES I e8 8' kwef,t PceBi Quick Sales. Produce
HAMILTON - & ALLEN,
OREGON CITV. OREGON.
A LARGE STOCK OF
FINE TREES, FREE FROM PESTS,
For fall and spring trade, 1893-91.
Nursery located on Hawthorne Ave.,
2 J miles from Portland.
TAKE THE ELECTRIC CARS,
On First and Madison, West Side, for Mt. Tabor, which
will take you to Nursery.
Come and Examine Stock before placing your orders.
Satisfaction Guaranteed. Send for Catalogue
and Price List.
W. S. FAILING Station A., Portland Or.
OREGON CITY FENCE WORKS,
Manufacturer of and dealer In all style of
(JOMBITlOfl WllE AND pU FENCE,
Both rough and dressed for lawn and division fence, also
Hartman Steel Picket Fence,
And Wire Panel Farm Fence, also Expanded Metal Fence
Call and see Samples and get Prices.
Shop over Bestow's Sash & Door factory,
s i j r.
T I AAl
Aniiimxuble laxative and NERVE TONIC.
Bold br Onig-Ristgor seat by mull. 25c, 60...
and $1.00 per package, Samples free.
ir XSft The Favorite TCOTH P0T3IJ
JVU fl U for the Teet a anu iirvutli. Sjo.
For Bale by C. G. Huntley.
S. F. SCRIPTURE,
AND GEN'L WORKMAN,
All kinds of
Repair Work and
Executed on short notice in a work
man like manner.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Shop near
Albright & Warner's meat
market on 5th street.
J. F. FORD, Evangelist,
Of De Moines, Iowa, write under date ot
March 23, Wi:
S. B. Mkd. Mfu. Co.,
On arriving home last week, I found all
well and anxiously awniting. Our little girl,
eilit and oue-luilf year old, who had
wasted away to 38 pounds, is now well,
strong and vigorous, and well Heshed up. 8.
It. Cough Cure has done its work writ. Both
of the children like It. Your 8. M. Cough
Cure has cured and kept away all hoarse
ness from me. 8o give it to every one, with
greetings for all. Wishing yon prosperity,
we are yours, Mr. it Mas. J. F. Fokd.
If you wish to feel fresh and cheerful, ajd
ready far the Boring's work, cleanse your sys
tem with the Headache A Liver Cure by taking
two or three dose each week. 50 cent per bot
tle by all druggists, bold under a positive guar
antee by L. M. ANDKEWS.
Oregon City, Or.
Do Not Climb the Hill !
George G. Ely's
Elyville, - Oregon,
Where you can get the highest
cash price tor
Butter, Eggs and Other Farm
Full line of new goods at prices
lower than Oregon City.
f. r. WHITE.
Practical Architects Builders.
WIU prepare plans, elevations, working de
t fla, and specifications for all kind ot build
ing. Special attention given to modern cot
ta.ge. Estimate furnished on appUcatloD
Call on or address
Vt Hilt. flKUa.,
Oregon City. Ogu
JOHN A. BECK,
Corner of Front and Morrison,
IS STILL ON EARTH.
For general repairing he stands
without a per. For first-class, re
liable goods his store is second to
none. Trv him !
Trance? and Ef
Freight and parcels delivered
to all parts of the city.
RATES - REASONABLE.