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WliiU NupfrvlMtr Coiilto U lining to Fit.
HliI Hik Furthers MM t JUrM.
(In Invitation of Supervisor Conkn,
Cuiinly ('iiiiiiiiUNliiiinr JtiKuer uml rp
rMititnllvu of Urn Mntkiii iiiiik Hint Mr.
('oiiko ut mi tmrly hour luxl l-VMuy innrii-
liiK uml put In tint tiny Iiim tliix Urn
mit'lii In Ma district, wlilrk i.iiil.riini nil
tluil .urtof (Mttt'kninuM county north of
Uio Clurkiiiini- rlvur. 1'liU Mr.
Jiitfldir'n llmt tili oviir tl.tm in thu
north mrt of tint county uliun lia n I mo
tion ih Im wim kiixIoun to iimkii
thoroiiuh liiNiu't tioii of tint ron.U mi of
tint nyitli'iii of mml work now citrrlml on
In tint vouiity. ('omuiUmiiiiT Hcolt did
not aicoiiipmiy thu Nirtymiiu Imd hut
rot itnily, In (.umpniiy with JuiIki Mtil
ilriiui, nmilii full lunifctioii of Mr.
Cook n'11 ilUtrlct.
Tint Unit roads liiNiri'i were, thoito
In tlitt vlt-inltv of Milwaukee, llnriiiony,
Huttity mIiIu uml limiiuM'tm, wlivru tho
mud worn fuuinl in very .mmI
Mr. Cimkti IkvIiik timht pucliil olTnria
to ifi't tint main tlioroiiKhfiirfiicoiini'Ctlnu
with tint t(rvtlt roiil in Multiinnuli
coiintv, piwuliln ut ull ucuHoim of thtt
ycur.m, thut II, r (.,. could remit . WHIhii.oII., Vullcy C:.aul.i...itn Awn-I-1
1, ..I ...... L ..I I ..! I.i...: i . ' '
hi 'III llllllllf IIIU n til
tor inotiiliM when their furui work
w over. Kriuii liuinunciiu thu putty
wt'itt to liuglc Creek, putinlug ovur tint
hpot wlicre u liltltt child w killed lu-t
winter hy U-Ing thrown from Hit mother'
liriim, hy n wheel of I he wnguii dropping f,
Hllddeuly lulu u deep hole. At Ullolher
plu. uo.1 ll, l.M.p Creek hollo..., thu
tvldeno of onrt of ih.t moiMtor l I
hole.ll.ut extended t otiru d.-Uu. o :
j.croH. tUI,,ttoiwup-ed1 th.l hud
Wn left to o.m .id., in In- work of
utruUlili'iiing ilie rud hy Mi. Cooke, n
ii.li .,.. ,, ,
ft retniiide' to Henry Wilheru, thtt cuter-'
, . . . ... l
liricliiK liicrchunt of r.itght ( reck, of tint
Ki-i-i old day. when roud Woiklng wu.
picnic to Imi tlitvoted lu yurn .pinning
ml horm truding, Mr. WIIIhtii liuv'ng,
lu.t winter, liecli pitched from hi. wilgoll .
Into tin. I. ol.t, lunded fitirly on hi. hMd
will, only hi. IkxiI. uhowing uhovo tho'
itt.id. Au.Mr. WilU-rn weigh ovttr LMO
iKiuud., thu lu.puct with thu mild und ,
tint .uhiHuciil cxphwion of profunity : Julv I)r- ,-), ka 'uku occuttioii
. ueidoin cpiulud In thiu g uilty of in ihiulectu.e to .how how two women
ImdMuiU.HJ tlnmtt uuy who Were with hud greut deul to do with .tuning the
Mr. Wilhcrn,t the time ol hlu plunge. ; r,",t Clmutut'i. Dr. ah ke wu. u utu-
The roud from Heep Creek h.i hren ,'" l Allegheny ColllegH, l'ei.n.yl
chuiiged f.uiu lortumiu truck, w iiidlng vunlu, t t:ie time, not fur from Cl.uu
In mid out Among log. and utnmpii, to tiiu 1-i.ki-. ml wuu convemunl with
one of the he.t turupikei in the j the eurly hi.tory of (hi movement thut
The tree und .It. in p. were hlunted 0t upre.l world wile. Ju.t uder Dr.
to the full ulxlyfoet in width, the roud U' Iwttiw Thtinnluy ftfternoon
wuu evenly grudtHlfti.il ditch muJe on , l'nnrUnt ftctwilltuke plce In the
euch Kldo and the center thoroughly orgunlxutlon of peimunent Chaiitau
grftveltHl, nuking roud Unit will Maud 'J" c"l'rution qnulified lo hold prop
fur yt-.r. with very little need for repuiru. ry, huild hull.li..Bi and . iire .peukeru
Thluroad heretofore hu. heen torn-; "otlier year. Dlliwra will I elected,
pletu hliH'kudu to the whole Cluckumu coinmitteca pK.lnte.l to draft ftconuti-
vulley nd huu eirectuully prevented ihe ' tulitw etc. 8iiK'riiit lent Smith will
development of one of the riche.t paitt 1 l-reulde and Hon. II K. Crou. will. lute
ol our county. jHtn whuttermu he will grunt jH-rjiet-
On reuchlng Kugle Creek the party waa Uttl l,KM ' """"' loT -'u,u-tntertuiiiwl
hy Mr. Willntrn w hose " A Heinhly.
twenty year, rxperlenre in hauling out ! On tho evening of July !!, Mrs. A hi
good. for hi. atore huu mude him wurm guil Scott Duniwuv will uieuk on "Hu
MdvtHute for U'tter rijjdu und he, with move the Cutiue of Strikes." Mr. Dun
(ieorgw Currln, the uierchuiit ut Currlna-1 iway la the well kpown fWer of II. W.
ville, thu next place ftoovo Kugle Creek, Scott of the Orcgoniun. Although ut the
hu alway. headed every niovenioiit (oruat Pioneer Uetinion ahe was introdii'-ed
the Improvement of rouda In their luculi- an the "Patrick Ileniy of the North
Itiea. ' I weot," ftinld Iremendoua ftpplaiiHO. At
Tho return wuu made hy wav of the the Woman'a Cungreiui at Chicago, Mrs
new ruud down the Cluckamua river.
The uitcning of thU Mud give, ft direct
rouio to Oregon City for the whole . ahe wuu culled for second time. She
ChickumiiH liver vulley on practically ' did more to miiko Oregon known than
water level, there luting no urude to mty other teuker ut the World's Fair,
exceed four er cent. There remains and all I'acillc coast vi.ilorH were proud
hut four miles of the road to grade RiidJofMra. Duniway.
gravel, though the road now Is In a ev. J. 8. Smilh, the ruutling superin
good ahuiie a any rouil under the old tciident of I'acide Count Chuiitunipms
yslem. in the originator mid mnnager of the
Mr. Cooke's work show that he la the Southern Oregon Cliuiltniupia at AhIi
inuti for the place and proves him to be ! MI, n,, formerly had wide kuowledue
an engineer of no mean ability. His 1 1 Chuutiiuquu work In IheeuHt und has
grades and tills are nearly as true u if set , tranuplntited to thin conut tle ripeex
with instruments. His plan of riwd work perience of hiu former activity,
la to first get tho route iMtrmunenlly es-, Five ,mI)(U ,mve )r0llliH0ll ,loir ag.
on is direct ft line aa pouHihlct, cutting olT
all uimeci'Hiiry crooks and angles regard
less of whether it is through a fore.t or
ft field, he rightly figuring that for every I
roil of Increnne ol UiHlunce tne louil
hus lo lie decrensed j.mt that much.
Prulnuge is another l.iiiiortimt point ho
look, after und on ull of hiu grnded ronds
thut lent.ire hus hetui fully iillt'ieled to.
With another yeura' woik nueh us Mr.
Cooke hus done thiu HeiiKon, the north
(hu kiiiiuiH district will he supplied with
a system ot rouilH not execute even i y ;
Multnoiiiuh county, and which will add.
I0 mi acre to thu value of uny farm
$10 mi acre to thu value ot uny
in thut part of the county.
Mr. Jaggar was morn than pleased
with Improvements of the romls, and
expressed himself sutislled that the
countv's money had been widl expended
and onlv reerelted thut tho county had
not been able to appropriate still larger
sums to the roud work of tho coitnty.
I.'e also expressed himself that the cash
system of roud work inaugurated by
Judge Muldriim was the only plan by
which the roads of Chicknnius county
could ever be permanently improved
and rendered passable at ull seasons of
Relative to the cash system the Entkr
I'Iiihk man took eHtoeiul pains to ask of
every farmer seen during tho trip us to
which ho preferred, tliocush, or the old
system of roud work, and he could not
find one man, nor hear of one, thut was in
favor of tho old work-as-you-please sys
tem. They only ask that Clackamas
county give them a practical system for
the improvement of their rouds and they
will willingly pay any reasonable in
crease to the road tax, othorw iso they will
renew thoir eHorlH to got set off Into Mult
nomah couhty where road system pre
vails that Is covering the county with a
net work of graveled turnpike.
A frorit ilutform 21x04 fmtt l liuliiir
itri'clinl on tint MHHimilily ground for thu
Hpi'iikiim, hlniiirn, hikiid mid othur iIIkiiI
lurleg. MhiiIn vhii hit hml fur itlxly eetiU mluy
on tint xroiiiiilu.
(hio. Wnuhl I'oHtO. A. ., of Tort
luiul, Imvo voted to riiiuit In Iwdy on
1'iilriullc duy, Ho him Mitudu I'onI No, i
of Ori'K'in City.
Tho AMtuhly will h followud hy u
th mo diiyu (.'IiiUiIiiii Workers)' coiivtin
llon tinder thu dlroetioil of (io'irni! liolr
rt CiiIiik, tlm uliixl'iif nvuiigitllHt. Ad
IIiImhIoII free,. All Chrlittiuil doiwiiiliiif
tlmiH Invited, Our lix-ul mlnUter imve
i imrt in It.
Till' NIII'CUNII of till) ClltttltUIlUft lllllltt-
liiim net for next week wlilrh now hcciiib
Hnmirnil, will h dun III large nutuiiure
to tint urlive urn! jutrMtHlcnt lforU of
goodly litiinluT of thu lending olllxunsj of
thin plant, who Imvn given iiiuch thought
mid work to (hit urruiigitiuitnt of tho do
lull) for lint meeting.
On Huluriluy morning there will m In
dued from thu Kntkhi'Ikk ullico thtt II rut
copy of the I 'inly Cliiiiitniiim, w hich In
i... i.- i .1..,:.... it... .....i.,.. ..( it.
I I 'J ,pp,,1''l tl.ll.l.K ,,,,, mmnivii v it.v
ution ut (iliiilntouit lurk, lint pi.per
In Umii'd curly k u. to ii.ukn kiiiioiiiich
ti.enlu coiici-rning tint ii.celingu und
upcuker. The other lniieH will uppeur
oil WHiluettdny Hlld ThlirduV of next
week. Tint puiH-r will hu u ntMt
our iiiil'h puper, Hell ui.d uitirtirully
.:,,.,, ,, limiv , ,UM,k ..
Tw(, . UtonAn to intend the
IIM.lillk(, 1)( M.iutioii ..houl.l not
, m.llllt ,, flrM nnmhitr ut. it will
,.wlUln ,tt,tl.,,1UrH of thu l.teetl.ig-
,,.,,., wlll 0,U iul progru....
, , , , ,
Oiieollhtt inieit Bltiuctive feutureu ot
eiltieu luy protfruiiiiuo ut (ilnilNtono
till oil inn I'lllMI Itlllllll .v inn lint
Itegiuient Mjnne Hulid, () N. (I., of
I'ortlund. Thii iu thu linent hund in tint
Itt'V. C. K. I.'icke, 1. Il , tint opiiur
pu.tor of tint Tuylor htrttet Methodiitt
church, will give l.iu lecture "(iive tint
Girlu u Chunctt," on Tlitiruihtv HfU-rnoon,
Diiniway'auddreHa wuu uuiil to huveheen
the nhlest given from thut plutfurm, and
. , Vllri(,1IB eveinifs of the
Asembly, vix: the l'ark I'luce, OHwego,
Clftckumus, Oregon City and Portland
Marine Hand. A fine bund stund is in
County Superintendent H. S. fiih.on
w ill UHHeuiDlo ins leiiciiers ncxi wecu in
-Mfi (u (lffi , K(llnliiun 1)uv.
"I congratulate you," snid Dr. Locke,
"on the courage and entcrpriHO that hus
built up this great assembly, Oregon has
talent and the glory is yours thut you
, , , t u t()l!(iier."
, , , , ,
Huns art. already on foot
fur a more
extended Chitiitauqua Assembly next
year. I.t is hoped to secure some steuker
of world wide fame like Tulniage or Me
Kinley. The 0. A. H. posts of this and neigh
boring cities, the Sons of Veterans,
Woman's Relief Corps and other organi
zations are coming out in force on Patri
otic Day, July 25.
Victors to the Assembly are invited to
take a ridoon the West Side electric mo
tor that ovorlooks the falls and factories
and electric light plant of Oregon (Mty,
Two million dollars are being expended
on the power house. Just beyond lies
Willamette Falls that 'promises to be
come one of the most charming suburbs
ot our growing city.
The greatoHt unanimity bus been
shown in all the arrangements for this
Assembly. The ChuutatKiua people feel
tinder special obligations to Hon. H.
E. Cross, without whose assistance this
Assembly would have been impossible.
Almost equal obligations are felt to
ward thu editors of the city paper, the
Courier, the lleruld and the KiiUtrprlse
whohavo freely given the use of their
column to aid the cau.e. Heboid how
excellent things united enterprise can
All tho churches are making arrange
ment to coino more or less In body
with baskets for picnic outirg on tho
The ticket btmiiiess bus Ixi'i. pluced In
the elllclent bunds of Mr. II. C. Stevens,
who hu hud wide experience ut fairs
and othur public gatherings.
Lunch counters on the ground will
satisfy all the wauU of tho Inner man
from a gluss of soda water to a full set
Dr. Cowan who speaks on July 24, en
joy the distinction of being the founder
of the Junior Y. P. K. 0. K. Mr. Oil
man Parker, wko will utrhap !ak to
the Juniors. Is leader of the largest
Junior society in the world.
The Multurpor0.uarUitte expect to be
back from Ml. Hood in time to sing tho
Let everybody join in the Chautuiutua
A a platform ieukcr Dr. Wallace al
ways churiit and never disappoint.
Itolund (irunt hus gone on the Mt.
Hood trip and arranged to bo buck in
time for Putriotic Duy.
Over 200 speakers and singers are en
gaged (or the great Assembly.
The star talent of Oregon will appear
on the Chiltuuiiiu plutfurm.
Prof. WiWon.uf the Portland Acudemy,
will give an address on Tuesday mom-
The Murine lium) w ill be on the ground
Tuosduy evening for a bund concert at
E. P. Elliott and family have gone to
Neturts for a few weeks outing.
The family of P. K. Morey left on
Wednesday for his seasidee.ort down
Geo. A. Kioxieand V, Hilton of Xecdv
was In the city on Saturday and in
sK-uklng of the roud wulk being done in
this cuuntv expressed their warm ap
proval. The house of ti, C. Kinney, at Willam
ette Fulls, was .truck by lightning in the
thunder shower of Wednesday evening,
ml damaged about $75 worth. It was
just being completed ftt the time.
Henry (iithens ol F.agle Creek Is lo
cating at the full a few miles tip the
creek it being his purKs to fit up
summer remit t at that point. No more
beautiful ssit than F.agle Creek Falls
could be found fur ft resort.
Fourth of July Funds.
Following is the report of the finance
committee which suliuited and paid out
the funds used in celebrating the Fourth
in this city, as per vouchers iu their
On hand from July. 1S02 1M R5
Kec'dlin eubscriptiona 4M 00
hee'd from sale of lunilier 7 00
Totul ft"74 85
Com. on amusements, forprires218 25
" onspeukers.jcarriaitcs, etc 42 50
" on music 123 00
Liberty car 30 05
Grounds, etc 71 B"
Uncollected 5 00
Cash on hand to balance 120 22
C. 0. T. Williams, ,
J. G. PlLBlU RV,
T. L. ClIAKMAN.
Ited Men's Council.
Tho great council of Rod Men for
Oregon closed a two days' interesting
session in this city on Tuesday after
electing und installing grand ofllcers as
A. A. Cleveland, of Astoria, grand
sachem; A. A. Ellis, of Portland, great
senior sagamore; II. II. Newhull, of
Portland, great junior sagamore; C. 8
Ilunnnm, of Portland, great prophet; F.
II. Suylor, of Portland, great chief of
records; W. 8. Norton, of Portlnad,
grout keeper of witniptim ; E. J. I add, of
Portland, stipreuid representative.
The meeting was harmonious through
out, and a profltuhlo one to the order,
which is reported in a flourishing condi
tion in the state.
Pre mlcrgriist Hiingetl.
Last Friday, Prondergrast the murderer
of Mayor Harrison of Chicago, paid the
penalty of hie crime and was banged.
Nine months ago he gained admission
to the mayor's house and without warn
ing shot him several times, so that he
died within an hour. He then rushed
out into the street and eluding pursuit,
made his way to a police station where
he gave himself up. His case has been
before tho state courts in many forms
since thut date, every effort having been
made by his attorneys to save his neck.
It is gratifying to law abiding citizens to
knew that the law though slow has at
length been vindicated.
It you ar
(nine to have
a pHrty, be
ura to maka
th cake with
The Cross Dam Mull.
Thursday's Orcgoniun contain, tho fol
lowing: "The trial of Ifarvey E. (.'ros
Indicted in the United States district
court for Interrupting the flow of water
in a nnvigublo stream, came to an abrupt
termination yesterday afternoon. A
Jury hud been Impaneled, tlw evidence
on loth sides presented and argument
closed, when Judge ISi.-llingei' instructed
Ihe Jury to return a verdict tor the de
fendant, as the Clackamas river was nut
a i.itviguhlo stream within the meaning
of the act, District Attorney Murphy
introduced testimony showing thut Ihe
river hud been used for the purpose of
commercial navigation, that rafts of log,
furui supplies and other material had
been shlpied, but it was evidently not
satisfactory to the court, and the Instruc
tions to the Jury were followed.
Mr. Cross has a dam constructed In
the Clackamas river a short distance
above the mouth, extending from bank
to bank, and it was claimed that such
obstruction prevented the salmon from
aucending the river to the hatcheries,
also depriving people living along its
course of fi.hing fur food. Acting uion
the suggestion of olliciuls, Fish Protec
tor McGuire filed an Information w it1
the district attorney against Cross, an
his indictment, trial and discharge ful
Death or Mr.. tJaine.
William Harlow, of Itarlow, was in
this city Wednesday making arrange
ments for the funeral of hjs sister, Mrs.
Sarah (iuities, who died at Grant's Puss
that morning. The funeral will lie at
the I'.uptixt church in this city Friday
morning at 10 o'clock. Arrangements
were mude to hold the funeral on Thurs
day morning but Ihe overland train war
twelve hours late at Ashland whic'
made it out of the ipiestinn to set a
hour for the funeral service on Thursday
so it wus postponed till Friday. Mrs.
Gsines was 73 yearn old at the time of
of her death, and wus an old pioneer in
the Mate, having crossed the plain, with
her family in 1845, after which she lived
in Yamhill county till alout ten years
ago, since which time she had lived
with her children, most of this period
with her daughter, Mrs. George B.
Curry, of Grant's Pass, at whose home
she died. She leaves, besides her
brother in Harlow, two sons in business
in California, and two daughtersi Mrs.
Curry and Mrs William Keinhart, of
General Jobbing Shop.
Estimates - Furnished.
WORE AND PRICES EQUAL
Shop near Southern Pacific Depot.
A. W. SCHWAN.
I)eien(lsoii the condition ot your stomach
tut liver. These make your blood good
1. the greatest of nPirnl tonic, for th Mom
Hchntiil liver. It regulate, both surely and
Are you bitllnn.T
Are you cnuntipiitcd?
One Tt'iispoonfiil of Moor's Re
vealed Remedy will give
O. It. Reese a well-known Seattle drusjrlst,
ava Moore'a Revealed Remedy cured liliu ol
severe billion, headache..
UTaV.Sold by all druggists.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF
In the County Court of the Stale of Oregoa for
the Con my ol CUcltainaa.
In the matter of the estate ot F. W. Campbell,
Notice Is hereby given, that In pursuance ol a
license .ml nnler ol .ale duly made arid en
tered of record In the above entitled Court on
the lllh day of June, IK!, licensing the .ale of
the real estate hereinafter described. I will, on
Monday, the HWh day ol July, 1MH. at the hour
ol one o'clock p. m. ol .aid day, at the court
bouse In Oregon City, Clackamas county, Ore-
Son, aell at public auction, to the highest bitt
er, the following dccrllied real estate, situated
In Clackamas county. Oregon, to wit: The south
half ol the north-west quarter and the west half
ot the north-east quarter of section sixteen (lti),
In township three south, range one east of the
Willamette meridian, containing one hundred
sm! atxiy acres, more or less, to aatlsly the
claims and charge, against the said estate.
Terms ot sale: One-hall, or any greater sum
down, and the balance on or before one year
with Interest at the rate of eight per centner
anutim, secured by a mortgage on the premises.
HA K All A. (JAMI'HKLL. A.lm'i
St of the said estate.
HMKIUPf S BALK.
HIM. of Orfd'in, Cunntf of CUck.m... .
NMlesl. hereby fl"B. Ih.t In ptirni.r of
an vrilerof mil ImiikI out of ninleMiw
..! of Uio Circuit Court ol the none of Ore"n
tor the county of fix kern... 'I.te'l Ihe Vh 'lr
of July. IHIM). .nil Ut me directed .ltd rlellfenfl,
.nerirr of Mid county, .urnu.ot lo decre
ot Mid court, In ult In i.ilty, wherein V, ).
Il.r.llti l plaintiff and Ileum umer.nd Mura
Oinex.re defendants, and c.mmniMllo. me to
inaae ! ceorillm Ut lw ol the l.nd and
premUe. hereinafter dewrllied, In order lo
m.kelh. Hunt of one thoiiwind l hundred
dollar., Uellier Willi Inlere.t thereon .1 the
rale of ten per cent per .iinuin .luce the wd ol
April, lti and lor ihe tiinlier mm of one hun
dred and flft) dollar, sllorney'. fee. and lor the
further .urn of In f-t. and that Mid aum. ts-ar
Irnereal (rem dale ol decree at the rale ol leu
per cent per annum until pid, and forco'
fow In order t llfy wild amount I will. on
Maturday, the lllh day ol A usual, lf'l. !"'
hour of o'clock p. m. ol Mid day, al Ihe court
uoiwadoor In Oregon Cily, ' .'lackama. county,
ataie o Oreon, prieed lo aell at puhllc auc
tion to l!i Ilia-heat bidder for caah In hand. Ihe
following deeerlbed tract of land iltuated In
aid t'lackatnaa county ataie ol Oregon, i wit:
fheaouthweat qnartor 'H. W. ;' sent ion
tweutr-elKhl fJH, wiwnahlp ugeou
eaat (T. i ,K. I .)(! the - rldlan,
containing IM) are.;' aoldto
atlalyllia.iiBi.de' h ac
cruing co.t f
In the (Mrcw ... .,t of the suie ol Oregon for
the county ol Clackamas
8 K (irrn. plaintiff, vs. M O. Card and C.
Oard, bit wile. Of Icu l.rila.
State of Oregon, county of Clackamas, .a.
Notice I. hereby given, that by virtue of an
eivcutinn and order ot sale Issued out of the
circuit court of the state of Ore.on for the
county of Clackamas, bearliu date the 11th day
ot June, imi. In a suit wherein S. K. (iwn was
plaintiff ami M. O. liard and C. Oard his wile
were dolendanla. commanding me. In the name
ol the Hlate of Oreiton. that out o the real estate
hereinafter described, to realize a sum .urli
dent toaatlsfythe demands of said decree, to
wit: fit a. aud the liirther mm of 'J Hi). coU.
Karether with interest ou the same .luce Mid
decree was entered at . per cent pr annum,
and altothernatsof and attending this sale.
Now, therefore. In obedience, to such decree,
I did. on tne Mh day of July, 1KH, duly levy
upon, and will, on Saturday, the 11th day ol
August, 114, .1 the hour of I o'clock p. m. of
aaid day, al tbe front door of the cou.t house la
said eouuty. offer for sale at public auction, ana
Wl to the highest and beat bidder, lor cash In
band.all ol the righLtitle and Interest the aaid de
fendants have in and to the following described
real property, to wit: Beginning at a point in the
north boundary line ol the Eira Fisher D. L. C.
No. , which bear. S. .1 deg K V. chain, dis
tant Irom an angle post In said north boundary,
from which dogwood bear south H deg. E
Unas di-tanl. and a hemlock bears south 55 deg
E. tS links distant, and ruuuing thence south 1
deg. E. 7.H chains along said north boutidarjr;
thruce south 5.i1 chains to tbe center ol the Ab
eruelby wagon road: thence north 71V deg. W.
along tne center of said road a.4i chains: thence
north 1 41) chains to beginning, containing S.41
acres. all being in T. 2 d K. iH., being in Clack
amas county, stale ol Oregon.
Liated this Mb day ol July. A. P. Wl.
E. C. MAD1MK K.
Sheriff of Clark am as county, state of Oregon.
Uv N. M Moody, lieputy. 7-13:-lU
ia m. .out.., -- .e state jf Oregon for
the Counij ol Clackamas
In the matter ot the estate of Sarah E. Pope,
Notice Is hereby given, that by order of the
Honorable County Court ol the county of Clack
amas, state ol Oregon, made and eulerad on the
7ih dayol July. lMrt, hy the llou. G. E. Hayes,
Judge of said court, the undersigned waa duly
atipniuted administrator with the will annexed
ol the estate ol Sanih E. Pope, deceased. All
persons having claims against the aaid estate
are required to present the same, with the
S roper vouchers, within six months from Ihe
ate of this notice to the undersigned adminis
trator at the oilice of Pope & Co In Oregoa
City, Clackamas conntv. Oregon.
W1LUA1 II. POPE, Executor
of Ihe will and estate of Sarah K Pope, dee'd.
Dated this lsth day of July, !!. -13:-10
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OP EXECUTOR.
Notice Is hereby given, that the undersigned
has been appointed by the County Court ol
Clackamas county, Oregon, executor of the
will of Charlea B. Knight, deceased. All per
sons having claims against the estate of the said
Charles B Knight, deceased, are hereby noti
fied to present the same, duly verified, tor pay
ment to the undersigned, or at the office ol
Browuell & Dresser, Oregon Clt, Oregon,
within six mouths from this date.
Cauby, Oregon. Julv 2. f94.
CATHERINE KNICiHT. Executor.
Brownkll & Drkjskr, Attorneys. 7-6:8-8
Notice Is hereby given, that the following list
of warrants, which were Issued more than seveti
years prior ta the 1st day of July, IsiM. and
which were taken from the Clerk's otlice, but
wiucn were inaeu irom vne nera on
till remain unpaid, will, If not presei
payment within sixty days from July 1
be canceled, and payment thereof be i
thereof be refused.
To whom issued. No Warrant. Date Issued. Ain't
W. 8. Young
July 7, 1KS6 fcUW
1 W Covey
0 P Miller
J K Thompson
W J Dills
Feb. 10. 1KK7 00
J II (Iroshong
Apri 1. 1S.H7 1 00
GEO. V. HORTON, County Clerk
ACHILLES LODGE, NO. 38, K OF P.
Meets every Friday night at the K. of P. hall.
Visiting Knignts lnvno.i.
R. L. Hoi. Ha if, C. C.
F. J. Louis, K. of R. and 8
la prepared to make photographs
of all kind promptly
FIRES CLASS STYLE
Rubier)' and Children Pictures
Call and examine hiB work
At the Old New York Gallery
Second door north of Hardings
Candy -:- Factory
Manufacturer of '
High Grade French and Home
Made Candies, Ice Cream and
Families,Parties and Sociables
Supplied with Ice Cream in
any quantity; rates reasonable.
Try Our Ice Cream Soda.
Tropical Fruits and Nuts.
Main Street, opp. Commercial bank
II. S. Cram, Manager.
Q A. HARDING,
OOMPtTENT PHARMACISTS EMPOYEO
Flue Psitorlsi is! Toilet Arttclei
Also t full stock of
F-cVIlTTS- OILS ETC.
Opp. Huntley'B Drujf Store,
All Kinds of Watches,
Clocks and Jewelry Repaired
FORTY YEARS EXPERIENCE IM
Great Britain and America.
Give me atrial.
S3x-xin - Tile.
Tiling is of the best qual
ity and sold at prices to
SUIT - THE - TIMES.
Yard and mill four miles east
of Hubbard t Oregon.
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
LOCATED BETWEEN TUB BRIDGE AND
I Double and Single Ri8, and sad
i die horses always on hand at the
) lowest prices. A corrall connected
witn tne Darn lor loose stock.
Information regarding uny kind or
stock promptly attended to by person of
horses Bought and Sold.
JOHN A. BECK.
Corner of Front and Morrison,
IS STILL ON EARTH.
For general repairing he stands
without a peer. For first-class, re
liable goods his store is second to
none. Trv him !
BIDS FOR WOOD,
Notice Is hereby given, that the County Court
will receive sealed bids for the delivery of W
cords of souud body Ar wood, cut from live
standing trees: said wood to be delivered at the
court house In Oregou City, Oregon, on or be
fore the l.'uh day ol September, and tube
first class In every respect. Bids will be received
up to noon on the 9th day of August, 184.
By order of the Couutv Court.
CEO F. HORTON, County Clerk.
Oregon City, Oregon, July 10, 1mm. 41
NOTICE TO PHYSICIANS.
Notice is hereby given, that the County Court
will receive sealed bids from regular diplo
mated physlclsns to attend all paupers for the
county, including the furnishing of necessary
medicine to the same in all parts of the county
tor the period of one year. Bids will be received
by the undersigned up to noon on the 9th day
of August, 1894. GEO. F. HORTCN.
By order of the County Court
Oregon City, Oregon, July 10, 1894. 4t
ADM IN1STR ATOR'8 NOTICE.
All persons having claims against the estnte
Of James Wise, deceased, are hereby Ui ti lied
that I have been this day appointed by the
County Court ot Clackamas county and atateof
Oregon aa the administrator of the estate of
said James Wise, deceased, and that all per
sons having claims against the said estate must
present the same, properly verified, to me at the
law otlice ot C. D. A D. C. LatoUrette, iu Oregon
City, Oregon, within six months of the il'uo
hereof. JOHN VHSK, Adm'r.
Dated June 28, 189i 6-29 : 7-27