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A Pleasant Summer Retort and Fin Agrlcul-
To Tim Kmtor: The t)tiostion which will
le asked as U) where is IHvcr, can be as
readily answered as the question which is
being asked every day in all Kicalilies with
in a distance of forty miles of here as to
vAliere all the travel is headed for irom July
lf to August l.'ih every year, ami the
aim pie answer will lie to Dover. Now
to those who do not know the location of
this great summer resort, I will pay it is
located in the northeast comer of Clacka
mas connly. twenty three-miles nearly due
l'.at from Oregon City, and twenty-six
miles Irom Tortloud. It is due South from
Handy four miles, also due Kast from Kaisle
Creek post office four and one-hall miles
and is connectej to either place by pxnl
vaon roads. As 1 sit writing this I hear
the rolling and nois of the heavily laden
' wagon either coming in to enjoy a few
days outing or returning home after their
recreation with wagons heavily laden
with berries, fish and all kinds of game.
a It i really surprising to see the large
amount of people and teams that arrive
every day. There can be no doubt about
it that from July l.'dli to July 30th there has
been three hundred wagons loaded with
)cople come to Dover. 1 counted yesterday
(Sunday) from seven in the morning to
three in the afternoon thirty-eight vehicles
of all kinds going in on the road leading to
Fagle Creek and Currinsville. Probably
there was as many came in on the Sandy
Ikiver is today one of the most stiring
places in the county. The woods are filled
with berry pickers and the red, w hite, blue
and yellow frock of the joyous maiden can
le seen in almost any direction. They are
residents of nearly all parts of the state.
Sportsmen can be met with at nearly every
turn and from all indications the rod and
pin are doing their work to perfection.
There are a great many tourists and sight
w-ers encamped in nearly every little shady
nook. The number of prominent persons
bo visit this vicinity in summer can only
be realized by visiting and making an exam
ination of the registers of the two hotels
now doing business for Dover's elite.
The Falls Hotel, which is operated by
Hack Giutlier and wife, is situated at the
far renowned Eagle Creek falls and is in Ike
bouth west corner of Dover. It offers to the
jijortsmen the finest field in the state for
l!,e use of the gun and rod. It is as some
of the best families of Portland can bear
evidence, one of the most lovely spots on
the Pacific coast. The manv streams that
- are used by the pleasure seekers who pat
, roiiixe the Guiltier hotel are all beautiful
and the waters in them are as clear as
crystal. Fish of many varieties, principally
trout however, aoound in all of them,
while to bathe in them at the proper time
of year is a luiury not found anywhere
except on the sea beach. The Fitzgerald
House three miles east of Falls hotel is
centrally located in Dover and does a very
good business. Mr. Fitzgerald and wife
who are experienced hands in attending
to the wants ol the public are ever ready
and willing to accomodate all who coma.
There, is splendid bunting, fishing and
berry picking, it being in the very center
Of the great berry patch of Oregon. These
two hotel can show to all true pleasure
seekers a.id especially those from the hot
4 and dusty city, things they will remember
. for a life time and at a very small expense.
Kate of board by day or week can be had
by addressing either party. Special atten
tion U paid to teams or children put under
; Dover proir is about twenty miles long
from east to west and about eight miles
wide. It is mostly the finest agricultural
land in the county, as low foot hills slope
gradually back to the mountains, beyond
which is found the most extensive cattle
range in the county. The chief products
of Dover are wheat, rye, oats, barley, corn
and potatoes. Vegetables of all kinds grow
in abundeuce; the yield of this crop is pro
digious. Block raising at the present time is limited
to a great extent to the farmer's own need,
although many of the farms are connected
With cattle ranges running back in the hills.
Dairying, except to meet the exigences of
the farm is not followed at this season of
the year, although the opportunities for
profitable dairyingare unexcelled any where.
This locality is second to none in the
pride taken in blooded poultry and to a
great extent chicken raising is resorted to
as an industry. Poultry raising for the
city market until last spring being a very
profitable business, as also had been the
shipment of eggs.
Our water supply conies from pure cry81"'
springs or wells which can be got by digging
a very moderate depth; hence Dover's
beauty is not her only virtue since surpass
ing richness of soil and diversity of products
assures its usefulness.
I will not encourage any of my fellow
citizens to believe that the locality herein
described has no drawbacks or no disad
vantages, 1 do not pretend that the mere
act of settlement or investment here is
sufficient to guarantee success or profit or
will bring health, content, long life, peace
and pleantv. And if there be any restless
spirits who peruse these lines in search of
a place to locate who immagine that nature
is so bounteous in any realm as to pour out
her store without application, toil, persis
tence and economy, or to endow with
health, wealth and good standing those who
violate the laws of nature and of honest
purposes. 1 will warn them that our lo
cality i not a paradise for the idle. Nature
has furnished all the elements of thrift and
enjoyment to man except one, and that
one, man must himself apply. Labor mast
direct the process of nature in order to reap
- the harvest of success, here as elsewhere.
We have good schools and good church
property and everything is as conveniently
arranged as in most settlements no older
Mail twise a week comes via San ly,
Mrs. Gilbert tloberts postmistress. Mails
Tuesday and Saturday.
Ch is. Casbedy.
If you want an attractive sign see
Davis the painter. Portland prices.
Shop back of Tope & Co.'s hardware
To Advertise KcrlrT.
According to the SUtoaman there is a
probability tliat the capacious buililiiig
luTV-toforo occupied a a ecliool (or tln
Wind by the statu of Oregon may bo pro
cured as a suitable place, temporarily at
least, to be occupied by the Koeloy In
stitute in cane it can be Induced to lo
eato there. In line with this fact a
wag who psiRseil by the Wind school
Sunday and whoso niiml was not just
then busy with any very heavy subjects,
saw snniethinu which brought up a sug
gestion of possible economy. At the
g:ite in front of the pteiuiset stands the
FOR THE BI.ISP.
The wag suggested how easily this
sign could be fixed so as to suit the
Keelev work. Leave the sign w here it
stands ami make another short one with
the following inscription
(K EE LEY)
Sot that sign at the end of the present
one and then it will read appropriately
OREGON INSTITUTE (KEEI.EY)
FOR THE BLIND PUVNK.
The wag guarantees that this sivin
will attiact as much attention and com
ment as any one that can be devised.
We would suggest that the best adver
tisement which the Keeley institutes
could secure would be the curing of their
patients. It would be a novelty worth
chronicling to see a "jag cure" patient
w ho does not drink.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Furnished Evert Week by the Clacka
mas Abstract and Trust Company.
John Colery to Mary A Holmes
lll.blk 13. Pleasant Hilt ad to
Oregon City IIWO
E E Charman et al to Peter Roberts
1 1 and 2, blk G. Clackamas lights 150
PC Humphrey to S f. Humphrey
lots in Roots add to Marshfield. . 2000
Thofl and E Owens to E S Bratnhall
St acres in sec 28, 1 1 s, r 5 e. . . . 10(10
H H Johnson, trustee, to F G and
K I Porter. 1 2, 7 and 8, lk 16,
John Zeek to J II Graham et al '
of an acre in cl 5ti, t 3 s, r 1 e 400
F J Broetju to John John tracts 1, 2,
3, 4, 5, Brortje's Acre Homes 1100
F T barlow to Mrs S C Linn lot 20,
blk 2, West Gladstone, 120
F T Barlow to A B Linn 1 lot 10,
blk 2, West Gladstone 120
W F Hubbard to R A Miller lots 17
and Id, blk II, West Gladstone
Mas 9 to 14, inclusive 250
F A Matthias to I) Matthias land in
sees 9 and 10, 1 2 s. r 3 e 1
Aug Mattmas to F A Matthias, land
in sees 9 and 10, t 2 s, r 3 e 1
F A Matthias to August Matthias,
land in sees 9 and 10, t 2 s, r 3 e 1
Having purchased the copyright of
Thome's Title Abstract Indexes giving
us sole right to use them in Clackamas
county, and the abstract books compiled
and formerly owned by Thome & Son.
we are prepared to furniah complete
and accurate abstracts of title and to
correct or extend old abstracts. We
solicit your patronage and guarantee
first class woik. OHice over Huntley's
Clackamas Abstract & Tbi st Co.
Of all things the average housekeeper
is particular about, it is the quality of
bread for her table. Good home made
bread is not equaled by the ordinary
bakery and to meet this requirement,
Mr. J. Egle of the Shively bakery'
has put on the market his celebrated
home made bread. This bread is made
from the same kind of flour that is ground
for export and none of the processes are
used in its manufacture that, while giv
ing the bread a fine apiiearance, ruin its
quality. The utmost cleanliness is ob
served in all departments and the pa
trons of the bakery are invited to in
spect it at any time, that they may see
for tlitJinselves how their bread is pre
pared and handled.
Saved Her Life.
Mrs. C. J. Woor.rtnrooi, of Wortham,
Texas, saved the life of her child by the
use of Avert Cherry Pectoral,
"One of my children had Croup. The
ease was attended by our physlclan.lind was
supposed to he well under control. One
night I was startled by the child's hard
breathing, and on going to It found it stran
gling. It had nearly ceased to breathe.
Realizing that the child's alarming condition
had become possible In spite of the medicines
given, I reasoned that such remedies would
be of no avail. Having part of a bottle of
AVer's Cherry Pectoralln the house, 1 gave
the child three doses, at short Intervals, and
anxiously waited results. From the moment
the Pectoral was given, the child's breathing
grew easier, and, In a short time, she was
sleeping quietly and breathing naturally.
The child is alive and well to-day, and I do
not hesitate to say that Ayer' Cherry Pec
toral saved her lite."
Prepared by Dr. J.O.Ayerlt Co., Lowell, Mass.
Promptto act, sure to cure
A NARROW ESCAPE!
How it Happened."
The followliw remarkable event In a lady's,
life will lnicrta.1 the rentier: "For a long Unit I
had a tern Me pa.n at my heart, which Mut
tered allium lnooiiaiitly. I had no appotlut
and could no! sleep. I would tw co!iielled
to sit up In Nil mid belch una from my stom
ach utiill I thought, every milium would Ih
my lust. There, was a feeling of oppreiodiid
ftNmt niT heart, and I us afraid to draw a
full lirenlh. I couldn't sweep a room with
out silling down nod rv-lliiit: but. thiiuk
Hod. by the help of New Henri ( lire all Itutt
Is past and I feel like another wmtiait lh
fore using the New Heart t ore I tind Inker
dltrenmt Mwalletl remedies and been treated
by iha-tora without any bcnelit mull 1 w
both discouraged anil uUgtiated. elv hto.htiud
bought me a tsittltf of I'r. Mile' Sow Henri
Cure, and am happy lout I never rvitrvXed
It, aa now have a splendid appetite and
sleep well. I welched V& pounds hen I Is
anti taking the remedy, and now Iwclghbsu,
in effect In my can) has been truly marvel
pus. it far stiruiw any oilier incillclne I
have ever taken or any benefit t ever re
ceived from physicians."- Mr. Harry sturr
Ptiltavllle, Ps td-tober 13. IsHl.
lr. Miles' New Heart Cure la told on a rl
tlve (uarantee by all druMiMs, or by the lr
Miles Medical Civ. Klkhnrt. Iml. . on receipt et
price, Itper bottle, l bottles fa, eiprvM pre
paid. Tills great discovery by an eminent
uptvlnllM la heart dthen, coutalua teolllitfl
Opiate nor daugerou drug.
For sale by Charman A Co.
ST. PAt'L'S C 11 I'm' II-f.pucopnl-Special
notice aivea of services to be held, heme at
It o'cliK'k a. m snd 1.41 p.m. Fraver urvlee
every Weduetdsy evenini.
K1KST CONGREGATIONAL CIU'RCII.
Rev. J. W.Cowsu Pastor. Her vice at I0.su A. v.
and S OU r. a. Sunday School after mnrnliHI
service. Pnyer uiretlin Wednexlay evenini al
S.UOo.clock. Frsyer uieelltif ol Yoiitii, People.!
Society ol Christian Kndravnr every Uuudav
vetuua l7.U prompt.
FIRST BAPTIST fllfKCH-Rsv. Oam
Pihkicr Pir Mornlui Service at 1 1 Sumlay
School at Uli; Evening tier vice a 30; KkiiIi
prayer meeting Vednednj evening. Monthly
Covenant Meeting every Wednesday evening
preeetltng the first Smidsy In the mouth. A
eornial luvitatiou to all.
ST. JOHN'S ("Ht'RCH. CATHOLIC Kgy. A.
HiLLKaaAND, Pss-.or. On Suii'Uy mass at S and
10 ft) a. a. Every aeeond and fourth Holiday
Oerman sermou after the a ocloek mm
At all other nianea Kugluh sermona. StitnUv
School at i M r. X. Vemwra. apolngeilcal
ulijeci. aud BentdlctloD at 7:80 r. M.
MKTHOP1ST EPISCOPAL ClirRCH.-Riv
O. 8YKis, Paster. Morning service at 11:
Sunday School at 10 00. I'Uu meeting after
morning serf ire. Kveiiing service at 7 SO
Epworth League meeting Sunday evening at
H id: Prayer Meeting Thursday evening at ti 30
strangers eordially Invited.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHl'RCH.-Rv. 0.
W. OtaoNir. Pastor. Services at 11 . M. and
7:30 r. a. Sabbath School at 10 a. h. Young
People's Society o( Christian Eudeavor meets
every Sunday evening at S 80. Wednesday
evening prayer meeting at J:SU. Heats tree.
EVANGTJJCALCHl'KCH-tiERMAN- B. F.
MVKas, Pastor. Preaching servlcea every
Sunday al 11 A. M and 7:30 P. M
Sabbath sctool every Holiday at 10 A. M (Her
P. botl. Sunt) Weekly Prayer Meeting
every Wednesday evening
CNITEO BRETHREN IN CHRIST.-Preaeh
Ing every second and (mirth Sunday of each
mouth, at 11:00 m. and 7 1 p. in. W H. he
Lain. Pastor Sunday school at 10 a. m. at
Oregon City First sundiy at Hsmon school
bouse. Molsila: mini Sunday, Mountain nunie
II a. m. ; Timber (, reive, i p. m.-Mlss Delia
Green. Superintendent Hnnaay school. Prayer
meeting every Wednesday evening.
Our Groceries aie Fresh
and of the boat quality.
In Pricesvre meet
Gary & Wissinger.
Let us have a trial order
Portland-Oregon City and
Yamhill River Route.
ID-AILY -:- TRIPS.
Down Leave Dayton 5 A. M.,
Mission 5,30, Newberg 6, Iiutte
ville 6:45, Oregon City 9:30,
arriving in Fortland 10:30 A. M.
Up Leave Portland 2:30 P. M.,
Oregon City 4 P. M.
Stage runs between McMinnville
and Dayton, via Lafayette, in con
nection with the boat. The stage
will leave Hotel Yamhill, McMinn
ville, every morning at 3:30 a. m.,
returning, leave Dayton every
evening, exeept Sunday, on arrival
of the boat.
Best of accommodations for pas
sengers and fast time made. Foi
freight rates apply at dock or on
Everybody should patronize the
Toledo and thus sustain a daily
Joel P. Geer, Owner.
J. W. Exon, Captain.
MirrlfT'i Notice of Haleun Kieeltllon,
In the t'otmty Court of the 8lat of Oregon,
lor lln County ol CUokaniaa,
Thouiss t'hsruisii and Krrd It. f barman, die
Ing lmtiic under the Arm tonne of Tliumas
t'lirtimsii A Son, I'Uliitnts, versus II I Msiintm
ami Mcurlclta H Magou his wlte, IKdemlaiila.
Htateof Oregon, county ol Clackamas, ,
Nollce la hereby given, that b;' virtual ol an
eni'ciitlon and order of sale lulled out ol the
county eouit ol the state of Oregon tor the
county of t lackauma. bearing date tlie Isih day
ol July. Isnt. In a sull wheruin Thomas I'liar
maii ami F'rvd R t'barinan, doing biinliiessiiiuler
the tli in nit ute ol I Iioiius t'lisiinaii A Hon, tcra
lslutil1.aiid IV I'. Magoueaitd lli'iirletla4. Ma
gone III wile were deteudsnts, eoiiinistidiiig
me, In Hie name ol the slate ol Oiegou, thai mil
of the real etiste hennalter described, lo real
lie a sum aiilllctent o xti.ly the deuiaiids ol
said drcr , lo It f JM isl. and thu nil liter urn
of 114 lit coals, together Willi Interest on Hie
sine slnee said decree was entered at H per
cent p.r annum, and also the Costa of and at
tending Oils sale.
Now, therefore. In oitedlence to such decree,
I did, on the jOOidayof July, lso, duly levy
upon, and w ill, on Saturday, the 'JMh day of Ao
git.l, I MM, at the hour of -J o'rlnck p. m. of said
day, al the front dnor ol the court house 111 said
county, oibr tor sale al public auction, and sell
to the highest ami best bidder, forch in hand,
allot the right, title and interest the said de
fendant have In and lo the following described
real ptopertv, or any part of it, tu wit' llegiti
nlng al the N. K. corner ol the donation laud
claim nf W aters t'armatt and wife, In lowoihlp
t soiiih. range I east of W . M : thence running
south along the east hue of said donation laud
claim to the dtvlHloii line dividing said claim
between W alers Carman and wife: tlicu,a run
ning we't alone said division linn lo a ticlut
Irom which a Hue riiiinlug north and parallel
Willi the east line of aald donation land claim
to the north Hue ol said donation laud claim
would lio-ltide :M acrea; thence running north
from said point and parallel with the east Hue
of said donation laud claim to the north Hue of
aid donation laud claim; thence running eaut
along the north line of said doii'itton laud
claim totheplaceot beginning, toutalulug M
Also Commencing al the N. W. corner of the
l. I Toitipktii' and w ile II. I. C In towuahlp 1
S , ramies I and K of W . M ; thence aouih it
deg. Al mill . eat il chains, theiu-e mat 04 75
rhaltis to W illamette river; thence along the
mcaiiderlngs of ssid river N. :wdeg W. V etialus:
thence N. deg W sTOchalus. thence N. v.ss
chains to Hie N K. corner of aaid claim: thenc
W . along the north llueof ald ciaimrU lOchalns
to beginning, containing l:fl 70 acree, excepting
the following, yig: Comiiieiiciiig uu weattiank
t Willamette river iu the l I. C. ol 1. 1".
Tompkins and wife lu township i south, range
t eal of W M. at the south-eal corner of the
ttacl nl laud set off to Roger l Tompkins In
the psrttllon of said II I. C twlweetl the heirs
ol iV l Tompkins In the circuit court id Ilia
state of Oregon for Multnomah county, to which
proceeding relerence Is hereby had. and run
ning tht-iiee down atreain at low water mark
north V deg west .10 ehalna: thence weal is so
chains to weal Hue o( laid ibuiallon laiul claim,
thence south 4tfdeg an tuln. east fi JU i-hslua.
thence eat rm 76 cUaius to begluuliig, coiitala
iug '."lOH acres.
Alstwst) acres ofT the south half of the Geo
W. Walling and wife I. L I'. In said townships,
descritHil as the so acre of the si of aald D 1.
I'., IvoiiimIciI on Hie south tiy the south llueof
said H 1. C , on the wet by west line wf said
I) L C , on theeaat by the Willamette river,
and ou the north by a line drawn p.irallel with
south boundary ao tbal the area embraced
wltliln said liiiea shall contain so acrea, except
Ing from-thla tiact the following Beginning at
8 W corner of U W Walling ). I.. C III
town. hln IS R IK of W M ; thence N 4
di-g . mill. K along west boiitid-trv of l I. C.
S 70 chains: thence K parallel lo ri line of I). I,.
C jll.lelialus lo a point : feet wel of S K
corner of a tract of laud belotiging to Theodore
W ygsut. thence 8. 7 deg. so mill W. 4 iwtcbalns:
thfiiceH H deg W t.t ehalna to M boundary
of U. LC: llieuce weal along south boundary
ot H. 1- C. 21 t-t chains to lieglnnlllg
Haled Ibis 21lh day of July. ls 4
K. C MADIMK'K.
Sheriff nf Clackamas county, state of Oregon.
By N. M. Moony. IVputy T-'JJ .-
Sheriffs Notice of ciale on Kierutlon.
In the Circuit Court ol the Stale ol Oregon lor
the County of Clackamas
Thomas Charman, plaintiff, vs. John Moliau.
State of Oregon, County ol Clackamas, as.
Notice Is hereby given, that by virtue of an
execution and order of sale Issued out of the
circuit court nf the state nt Oregon for the
county of Clarkaiuas. Iieartngdate ttie '.Etd day
of July. lsin. lu a suit wherein Thomas Char-
jnan was plalutifl and John Molaan was defend
ant. oominauiiing me. in tne name in me siaie
of Oregon, that out of the real estate hereinafter
described, to realise a sum sulliclenl to satisfy
the demands of aald decree, to wit IJIs uu. u
grther with Interest ou the same since January
th. 1S04, at 10 percent fer annum, and th fur
theraum of lAVO attorney ! fees, and the fur
ther sum nf IJI Pcnata. tngeiher wliti the costs
of and attending this sale.
Now, therefore, In obedience to such decrse I
did, duly levy upon, and will, on Saturday the
'4Mb day of August. lsM. al the hour of I o'clock
p ra cl said day. at the front door of thecnort
house In said county, offer lor sale at public
auctlnu. and sell to the hlghes and beat bidder,
for cash lu hand, all the right, title ami Interest
the said defendant has lu and la the following
described real proerty, lo wit: The W. of .V
W. 'i of sctlou . township 4 south of range 1 K.
of the W illamette meridian, situated lu Clacka
mas county, Oregon
Hated this mh dsy of July. A. D. 11H.
K. C MAHHOCK.
Sheriff ol Clackamas county, stale of Oregon
mna for wood.
Notice Is hereby given, that theCounly Court
will receive araled blda for the delivery of M
cords of sound Isxty fir wikiiI. cut from live
standing trees: said wood to be delivered al the
court house In Oregon City, Oregon, on or be
fore the l th day of Septemlier. 1.M. and to lie
flrstclass Inevery roped. Illds will be received
up to main on tbevthdsy of August, IM'J.
By orderof the County Court
OK V. HollToN. tloiinty Clerk.
Oregon City, Oregon, July 10, 1-lH. 41
NOTICE TO l'HY8ICIAN8.
Notice Is hereby given, that the County Court
will receive sealed bids from regular dlpio
mated phjlclana lo attend all paupers or the
county. Including the lurnl-lilng of neceasary
medicine to tne same in an pans 01 tne county
tor the period of one year. Illds will be received
by the undersigned up to noon on the 0th day
of August. 14. 0KO. K. MORTON.
By order of the County Court.
Oregon City, Oregon. July 10, 1M04. 4t
1800 miles of long dis
tance tclephono , wire in
Oregon and Washington
now in operation by the
Oregon Telephone and Tel
Portland, Seattle, Spo
kane, Tacoma, Salem,
Walla Walla, Pendleton,
Albany and 9G other towns
in the two states on the
Quick, accurate, cheap.
All the satisfaction of a
Distance no effoct to a
clear understanding. Spo
kane as easily heard as
Oregon City offico at
Huntley's Drug Store.
J. H. THATCHER, MANAGER,
Portland, - - Oregon.
Hlste of Oregon, family ol Clackamas, sa,
Notice Is hereby given, thai In pursuance nf
an orderof sale Issued out ol ami under Hie
teal of the Circuit Court ot Ihe slate of Oregon
for the connly ol Clackamas, dated the Mhday
of July, ImM and to me directed and delivered,
aa alictlir nl said connly, putaiianl to a decree
of aald court, lu a anil lu chilly, wherein , O.
Harding la plalulllt ami Henrv Omeg and Laura
Duma are defendants, Slid commanding me lu
make ssle st rdlug to Isw of Ihe laud ami
premises herelnsfler described. In order lo
make His sum of una ihoimaud sis bundled
dollars, logethei Willi Interest thereon al the
rale of leu per cent per annum since ihe V.M of
April, I -tsi. and lor the further aum ol one bun
dre.l ami fill) tlollsrsalloiney's lee. ami for Ihe
further sum of iiiYfi. and that aald sums bear
fnleresl Irom date ol decree al the rale of Inn
per cent per annum lliilll paid, and for Cos's
Now III order lo satisfy aald amount I will, on
Saturday, Hie tilts dsy ol Augul, Isul, at Ihe
hour of 1 o'clock p in. ot said day, at Ihe curt
hoti.e tliuit Hi Oregon City, Clackamas eoiiniy,
state ol Oregon, pna-eed lo sell at public alio
Hon to ihe lush''. I bidder for cash lu hand, the
following deecrthed Irani o laud situated III
aald Cla.'ksmaa county stale ol Oregon, to wit:
Thesotiih west ipiarter (S V.i, of eeelluu
twenty-eight l.'si. township rive soulh. ramie one
east ( 1 "is , It. I k! lot Ihe W lllaiueile meridian,
containing tsiacres;all nl which will be sold to
sail.lv the sums decreed aa aforesaid with ao
ertilug cost. K. C. M.UH'Ot k,
SlicrllTof Clackamaa eounly, Oregon.
II y N M Mootiv, iH'puty.
Halixl at orvgtin City, Ore .July 10, si4. lll
Kherliri Niillcauf Hale n t'orecloanrw.
In tha Circuit Court of the Mlate ol Oregon,
for the county ot Clackamaa.
J It llrldgca.plaliillir, vs. Charles Knaher and
Kllse Kusbcr, du'vudsnts.
Stale ul Oregon. County ol Clackamaa, ss.
Notice Is hereby given, thai by virtue of all
execution ami order of sale iasuetl out ol the
circuit court of Ihe slate nf oregou for the
county nf clackamaa, bearing date Hie r.ih dsy
of July ISP4. Ill a sull wherein J. II. Hrldgca
waa plalnlllT ami Cltarlea Mlala-r ami r.use
Kualicr were dclcudaiits, commanding me, III
the name nf Ihe Slate nl Oregon, that nut of
Ihe realeaiate hereluatterdeanrllied, to realise a
mil aillllt'U'lit to satisfy Ihe demands ot said
decree, to wit: 1:1:1-1 a7, and III lurlher sum of
flMH alloruey'a fee, and Ihe further aum ol
111 00 costa, together Willi Interest uu the aame
ainee said decree was entered al per cent per
annum, and also llig coals id and aileudliig
Now, therefore, In obedience loaned decree.
Mltl duty levy upon, and will, on Saturday, the
lull day of August, IsM at Ihe hour of I o'clock
ii m of aalil day. at Hie front tbatr ol Ihe court
bullae lu said county, offer lor sale al pulillc
auction, and sell toilie highest and bcsl bolder,
for cash lu liana, all the right, title and Interest
Ihe said di leiidaiila have lu ami to the follow
ing ilescrllHl real property, In wit: The north
west uuarterol section Jfi, township four south,
range five east uf the Willamette meridian, mil
laming Imi acrea. lying and being lu Clackamaa
county, stale ol oreg -ll
Haled lb a fllli day ul Jtuy. A. if. o"
K. C. MAI'lMK K.
HherlrTof Clack smas coiiuly, slale of i itcgoti.
By N. M ttiHinv, mptily. 7 I l.a-10
KkerlfTl Nolle of Sale on Ki edition.
In the Circuit Court ot Ihe stale of Oregou lor
Ihe connly ul Clackamaa
8 K Oreeii. plaintiff, vs. M O. Hard and C.
Hard, his wlte, defeudsuts.
Stale ol Oregon, county nl Clackamas, sa.
Notice la hereby given, that by virtue nf an
escctiiloii and order of aale Issued out of Ihe
circuit court ot the slale of Oregon tor the
county of flai'kamaa. bearing date Ihe lllh 'lay
of June. I mm, In a suit wlurelu H. K oreeii waa
plaintiff and M. O. liard anil t . iiaru ins wue
were defendants, commanding me. In Hie umit
ol the State of Oregon that out of llio leal estate
herelua'ler ileriled. lo realise a sum so ill
olrnl to satlsly Hie demands of said decree, to
wit: 1.4 'A. and the further sum of -;u costs,
together Willi Interest nil Hie same since aald
decree was entered at s per cent per an num.
ami also thrc.ts of and ain nding this sale.
Now, thi reloro. In obedlcui-e to such decree,
I did. on me lh day ul July, l4, duly leyy
upon, and will, on Saturday. Ih lllh day nl
August, l"V4. st the hour of S o'ebu k p in of
aald day, at Ihe (r-'iit door ol the ismtt house In
aid county, offer for sale al public auction, ami
.ill to the highest and brat bidder, for cash lu
hand. allot Ihe rlghl tlile ami li lerest the said de
(eudanta have III and lo the following Uecr!hcd
real property, to wll- beginning at anoint lu Ihe
norlh boundary line ol the Kira Kllier H I. C.
No. 41, which beara H SI deg K Mi elialua lla
lant Irom an angle I" -si In said north boundary,
from which a dogwiaxl hearsanuih J4 deg K ii
Unas distant, ami a hemb-k tieara aouih AA ileg
K isi links distant, and running thence sou III si
deg. K 7. W chains along asld north boundary,
thence south A.Achelut to Ihe cenier nf the Ah
erticthy aagou road, thence north 71 v dog W.
along the center of aald read a 4Achalna. thence
north 1 4n chains lo beginning, containing X.4I
acres, all being In T. 'JM H. k.,teliig lu Clack
amas connly. stale nf Oregon.
Haled this Vtb day ol July. A. !' t"l.
K. C. MAHI'iK K.
HherlrTof Clackamas County, stale of Oregon.
liy N. M Moopv. Isrputy. 1-M.a-lw
HherttT'l Notlre of Hale on forecliamre.
In the clioult conn of the Slale ol Oregon (or
the couulyul Clackamas.
J H. midges, plalullir, vs. Ilermlnla Armlt,
Stale uf Oregon, county of Clackamas, sg.
Noib-e Is hereby given that by virtue nf an
execution and order of sale issued out of Ihe
circuit court of Ihe Stsi of Oregon for the
County uf Clackamaa, bearing dale the Ath day
nf July. I"V4. in a atilt wherelu J II bridges was
plalulllt. and Ilermlnla Arndt was defendant,
commanding tne. in the name of the Stale of
Oregon, that mil of Ihe real esiale hereinafter
described, lo realise a sum sulliclenl lo sstlsfy
Hie demands ol said decree, lo-wll: I7aud
the further sum ol I0 attorneys lees, and Ihe
further aum ol lAilAcoats, b'gethei with Inter
( on the Name aince ssld decree waa entered
at 10 per cent, per annum, ami also Hie cosls ot
and atiemiitig mis sate
Now, thereore. in obedience lo such decree
I did. mi tlierlth day of July. IS'4. duly levy up
on, and will, on Saturday, the lull day ol
August. l'.H. st Ihe benr nf It o'clock A. si. nf
1,1 (lv al ihe front floor of the court house lu
said county, offer tor sale at piibiicaiicUon.aud
sell lo Ihe highest and hsl bidder for cash lu
hand, ell ol the right, title and Interest Ihe aald
ill, urn, taut haa In uiid to the followlug deai-rlhed
real property, lo w It: The Northeast Quarter ul
Section A, 'township 4 South of knnge A Kal of
the V lllainette Merniiau, containing inn acres,
all lying and being In Clackamas county, Stale
Hated this Mil day of July A. H l"l.
K C MAHHOCK,
Sheriff ol Clackamas county. Oregon
Hy N. M MisiPV, Hepuly. 7 -l:l:h 10
NOTICE OK APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR.
In the County Court of Ihe state of Oregou for
Hie County in ciacgaiuas
Iu the matter of the estate nf Sarah K, Tope,
Notice Is hereby given, that by order of Ihe
Honorable County Court of ihe county of Clack
sinus, alale ol Oregon, msde and enternd on the
7ih day of July, s-J4, by Ihe Hon. O. K. Haves,
Judge of said court, the undersigned was duly
appointed administrator with the will auuexi-ti
ol the estate of Sarah E. Pope, deceased. All
Iifiraona having claims against thu said estate
are required lo prCMUil the same, with the
J iropur vouchers, within six months from the
late ol this nollce td the undersigned adminis
trator at the olllce of Pupa 4 Co lu Oregon
Clly, Clacksmss county, Oregon.
wii.I.IaM II. POPE. Executor
nt the will and eaiate nf Sarah K 1'opo, rten'd
Hated this blth dayol July, 104. 17-IH H-I0
NOTICE OK APPOINTMENT OK EXECCTOIl
Nollce Is hereby given, that the undersigned
has been appointed by Ihe County Court ol
Clackamas connly, Oregon, executor of the
will ol Clisrics H. Kiugni, auoesseu. ah per
sons having claims against the eataleof the said
Charles B Knight, ileciaseii. are ni-reoy mm
fled tn nrcsnnt the same, duly verified, for pay
ment to the undersigned, or at the office of
Krowuell A Dresser, Oregon ciiy, urcgnn
within l months from trs date.
Canby, Oregon. July 2, 1"U4
CATIIKKINK KNIOHT, Executor.
Baowaii.L & Haassga, Attorneys. 17-tt.H-fl
NOTICE TO CIIEWTOHB.
In County Court of Clackamas County, Slate nf
Notice Is herohv given, that the undersigned
haa been duly amiolnted by the above entitled
Court administrator of ths estate nf (iiistltie
(iiied ke, deceased; end all persons havliii
claims against said estate are hereby liotlfli i
to lirerent them, with the proper snldHVlt at
tached, to the undersigned at his olllce In Ore
gon City lu said county and state within six
mouths from the date of this notice.
Dated at Oregon City, Oregon, this Z2d day ol
June, 1W4, H HUKI.AT, Adrn'r
6t ol tho estate ol Oiistine Onedke,
ACHILLES LODGE, NO, 8S, KT OK P.
Meets every Krlday night at the K. of P, hall,
Visiting Knights Invited.
K. L. HolMaN, C. C.
OIlKiKlN CITY IIOAHI) OK Til A UK,
tleetsal Coiill llous.i on Hcnoud Monday l
rai'h nionili Vlslidis welconia. ........
K, K. HONAI.I'SON, HhO. C. HIIOWNK I.I,
OAVKI. I.01MIK. Ml. M. A 0. V,
Meets secuiid and fourth Maluiday evenings at
KulghCa! hall, t'auby, VWIlug brothers made
K K Csrtl.ToH, K. C. MsniHH'g,
Reisuthir, Msstnr Workman
K, OK I', HI A It I.OH'IK NO, .
i. t, Itlsley C. C.i Thoinaa Nellsoti, K. of II.
and S. Mt ela every W ednesday evening at S
n'elia k In Castle ball, I, O. tl. K. building,
llrolhers Irom other K. ol I'. lodges Invited.
tmWKUO 1.01)0 K NO. !. . K, A A. M,
Meets Ihe second and fourth Saturdiya nf each
mouih at 7 p. m All Masons in good standing
are Invlled lo allond.
H. II, llsss, W. M. K. J. Hl's.si.i,, Mee'y,
tISWKtIO I.OHoK Nl, . I. 0. tl, T.
Meets every Krlday evening In Ihe new hall In
Old town ...
J. C. Haisgs, C. T, Jona hatisg, Sec y,
Meets ihe second and fourth Monday In Ihe
mouth al 7 ao 1' M., Hi 1.0.0 K Hall,
M.O.Cn . M. M.l'iuawAN.
Swretary. ! .
A H I'K It. I. HAKKItCAMP, M. OK V
Meets III K. IV Hall ou ihe second and fourth
Monday evenings ol each month
Mas W K JOHNSON, I'resl.
Miss Noa CAi.trr. See'y.
Meets etery Tuesday evening
Maav Hi. Sloan, Cut II. Fliaa Dvia, Itec.
Ht'MtlrtK UlHtlK. NO. la A. O. V. W ,
Meets every second and fourth Saturday of each
month al W llsonvlllo, Oregon.
M C, Yoi'su, M. W,
Joiik Tvi sa, lleeorder.
I'lTllliiN l.olitiit NO. t.ia. A: V. W.
Meets every Thnrsitar evening al Odd fellows
ball, Oswego, Vlslllug btelli'en always wol
oome. T Mai Mints,
Kssl Mass, lleeorder M,
Mol.Al.l.A IsllMIK No 0, A.O. H W.
Um nr.l and Ihlrd Saturday In each mouth
al school Imu.e. Vlslllug meiiila'ra made wel
come I. a- rcrirr, h. vi .
J. W. Thomas, Itec.
Va1I.m T'Tty" i.'int.itor a h v. w.
Meets every Saturday evening of each month
In A. O H W hall ih M. All sojourning
brethren ootdlally Invited to attend
1. s. vhi m- " -
(iso Cal.trr. Heeorder.
Kol'N l'AIN HohKco . No I.
Kcgtilar meeting aeeuml Wednesday In each
monih al engine hoo.e, essl aloe Main siieei.
between Seventh ami Klghlh.
J. W.arawAsr. See. it staionT. w rut
M. I 0,1'ISN. Koremau.
MoT.AI.i.A OIIANOK. NO. 0, V ol II.
Meciaat Ihelr hall al Wright's bridge on Ihe
frond Saturday ol each laonth al 10 a. tu
fellow inruihera mail wenome.
Jas. g.aoa, Master.
K II. Ciairga. Hoc,
WAK.NKIt tiKANliK. No. 117, P of II.
Meet fourth Saturday of earn mouth at their
hall lu New Era. David MeArthur. Master
Nra. May Waliln n. sec f
MK.AHK POST. N 1I A II,, DEPARTMENT
Meets first Monday of earn month, al K nl
P. Hall. Oregon Clly. Vlslllug cnuiredea made
DAVIP HctltTlll It, Cnmmau'ler.
Ma Williams, Adjuiant
UKN. t'KooK POST, No, tl I). A. K , IX art-
nirut ol Oregon.
Meets In school house al Needy on Arst "si
milar lu e.ih month at i u'clis-k p. m All
Comrades made welcome I. P lilt It a OS,
II. Ticiarsos. Adjt. t ommander.
HON OK VETERANS.
E D Itaker l amn. No Is. uteeis every first
and mini Thursday evening ul each monlh.al
K ol r. aan.
w It J.iltiiaoii ranlaln- M H lletomv. Hetire-
senlsllve Hie Encampment: O. ), Wiaal, 1st ,
Lieutenant; Aliuiso wlckhara, Jd Lieutenant;
C. A Herman. 1st Sergeant.
CLACKAMAS l.olu.g, No. 67, A O. U W
Meeta first and Ihlrd Monday In each month.
al Straight's Hall Visiting brethern welcome.
U a. I'sass a. iiom iih a.
Bee. M. W.
CoI.t'MHU IHMiK AND I.AHHKH CO.
Meets first Friday of each month at
Fountain engine house. Cnas. Arusv, prea,
C, II I'h.low, See y. ciias iiirisa. Irm
CATAKACT HOSE CO. No.
Meets second Tuesday of each mmilh at Cat
aract Engine house, vv II. Ilowm.i. prea
0. II. Harrow, Sec'y. J. w O I ossxi.t, rn
MEAl'K KEI.IKK COUPS. No. Is. DEPART
MENT OK OKKOON.
Mrs. M. Pllsbury President
Mrs. F, I. Cochrane,- Treasurer.
Mrs J. II. Harding, - Secretary.
Meets on first and third luesnaya of eacn
month lu K. ol P. Hall, Members nl Corps
from abroad, cordially welcomed.
Armory. Thin) and Main. Regular drill night,
Monday. Regular husltiaaa meetings, first,
Monday nl cauli month.
J. W. Oanong, ... Captain
K. S Kelly, - - First Lieutenant
I. U Pickens, - Recond l.letiienaut
IIHTTK CltKKK (iRANOE, No. Si, P. of II.
Meets al their hall In Maruuam, second Sa.
urday In each month at lo a. iu. Vlslllug
niemlairs always welciime.
J. K jack, j, n. vi iii i r..
FALLS ENCAMPMENT, No. , I. O O. K.
Meets first sud Ihlrd Tuesdayauf each month,
at Odd Kellowa hall. Members and visiting
patriarchs, nordlally Invlled In attend.
J A. BTEWART, W. II iloW'KI.I.
Scribe. Chlel Patriarch.
WACIIF.N0 thiiie, no IS, REHMEN.
Meeta Tuesday evening at A,). I'. W. Hail. Vis
iting memliers Invilel. J. II. Hiiwakii,
Ciias. Kgl.l.V, Col K.
CANHY lIDIIE NO, Afl , I. O, O. T.
feeta first and third Saturday evening nl
each month at Knight's hall. Canhy. Visiting
members always made welcome
Ki.i.a Kniiiiit.Huo. II so. W, Knioiit, W.C.
WOODMEN OK THE W0RI.H.
Willamette Falls Camp No. IN, meeta 2d and
4th Tuesday nights lu each month In K. ol P.
ball. Visiting iielghlsirs msde welcome.
K. E, Maktih, Clerk. K. M, Mac k.C.C.
08WE00 0RAN0K NO. 175 P, ol II.
Meets the second Saturday nl each month at
10a.m. O, Eaton Master. J,Q. Oana Hee'y.
DAMASCUS OKANOE P. OK II. NO. ado,
Meets on the first Saturday In each month at
10 o'clock a. m. at the Damascus school house.
S YOUNO, Master,
T. II. PlATllxas, Secretary.
ST. JOHN'S IIRANCII, NO. 7, 0. K. nl A.
Meets every Tuesday evening at Ihelr ball
corner Main and Tenth Streets, Oregon City.
N. C, Miciislb, Hee'y. T. W. Sullivan, Pres.
MULTNOMAH LODOK, NO. 1, A. K. A A. M.
Holds Its regular cmiimuiilcatlona on first
anil third Saturdays nf each month at 7:1)0 r. M.
brethren In good standing are Invited to attend,
C h. PORTER, W. M.
' T. K, RYAN.Heorelary,
CLA C K A M A H C 1 1 A I'T K R.
Clackamas Chapter No. 1 R. A. M. Regular
Convocation third Monday ol the month at 7;3'l
J. II. WALKER, 11. P.
MJb'liiarira, Rec'y. (
OHKdON LODOK, No. O O. K.
Meets every Thursday eveiLiig at 7:110 o'clock
r. st. In the Odd Fellows' Hall. Main street.
Members of the Ordtirare Invited to attend.
OEO. 0, ELY, N. 0.
Thos, Ryan, Secretary.
OHW'KlU,o7.:(IK, No'diCi, O. 6.
Meets at Odd Fellow's ball, Oswego, every
Monday evening. Visiting brethren msde
welcome. C. II. NIXON, N. U.
J. F. Hisi.iY, See.