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REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Furnished Evrrj MVt k by the nark
mas Abstract Trust Compiinr.
W T Tinsloy to Sarah C Kenny, W
D, March 5, '!, nSi of nwV sec
I2I6i rle, 80 acros $ WO
Sra)i M McCown to C H Hawkins,
W Vi March 11, '0, lots jn Glad
Chris ZeigW to Goo Zoi(lor, Q 0 P
March 5, w of eSi strl4 soc
6 1 4 s r 1 e, 40 acres
L "Will, Sr, to Geo Zeigler, Q C P,
March 5, 92, land in sec 7 t 4 s r
tl M Jackson to Gustav Sclmorr,
V I) March 12. 'iV, 17 .03 acres In
Wm Holmes, Sam'l Yanre and
Geo P Newell 1 L Cs
Fred Silcocks to Chas Puncan, W
P March 8, 'K., 87.00 acres ami
19.185 acres in Geo Will's PLC 1600
T N Hughes to Chas Puncan, IJ C
P.March 11, 'W, same as last
Van D DeLashmutt to Peter Han
,eon, W P. Feh IS, ".15. und S, int
in 1C0 acres in sec 21 1 3 s 4 e
V G Smith to Sarah Baty et al W
P, Feb 2$, W, 49.90 acres in sec
22 1 4 r 1 e
United States to Peter Brown, put
Jau21, '!0, sS of a.4 of sec 0 t ti
r2e, 159.24 acres ;
Oak Grove Land A Imp Co, to C
Tenny, S W P, Pec IS, 'W, lots 4
& 6 Tract K5, 1st snbdiv Oak
B II and W VV Aldredge to Susan
. CLinn. W P Jan3l, "ttt. lot 7 blk
42 Co add to Oregon City 4(10
T M Lash to K J Lash, W P, Mar
6, '95, part of lots 1 and 2, blk IS
Co add to Orepjn City 6
H II Johnson, trustee, to Alma C
Brownell, W P. March 15, Do,
lots 1 and 2 blk 35 Bolton
TP. Worthington to COT Williams
W P March 7, '95, 50 ai res in
ecs7and 18t2sr2 e
COT Williams to Ernest Naef, W
P, March 15, '95, 5.05 acres in
Uuited Slates to Kice Montague,
pat Feb 5, '94, 100 acres in sec 13
t2sr 7 e
Sarah M McCown to M Bertha
Moore, V P March 15, 'i5, s'.j of
blk 100 Oregon City
Olive P Marquam to Joseph P
Miller, W P, March 2, 'H5, 3 acres
in Alfr d Marquam P L C
Geo W Holcomb to S E Holcomb,
W P March 15, '95, 2 acres in
Isoin Cranfield P L C t 2 s r 2 e .
Prefer & Stauber to W A Baer, W
P Feb 28, '95, 10 acres in CI 58 t
2 s r -'e
P C Howell to Presbyterian church
W P, Pec 20, '93, land in t 4 s r
W II Howell to Rudolph Seiler W
V March 15, '95, lots 3 and 4 blk
108 Oregon City
Windsor Land & Imp Co to W II
Thayer, W P March 12, '95, lots
1, 2, 3 and 4 blk 17 Windsor
Have your Titles examined
Abstiacts made by the CLACKAMAS
"ABSTRACT & TRUST CO. who have
the only complete set of Abstracts of
Title of all lands in Clackamas county,
Accmate ard reliable work by a respon
sible firm. Office up stairs in the Cau
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HOW POTATOES GROW.
Two Systema of Culture Adopted- How
ThfM Plana Differ.
With a view to giving some toii;iblo
idea of how- Irish potatoes grow and the
forms and conditions the tubers
sums when growing Ohio Farmer hnn
recourse to two illustrations, which arc
referred to by a correspondent as fol
The first illustration represents tin
trenching systm, where the ground Ij
truck oat abont six inches deep and thr
BKPRKSKNTIXO TflK TREM'lt SVSTEV.
potato, P, dropped and covered at C
We put the harrow on as soon as the
sprout is through the soil and work the
dirt in np to B, seeing, of course, that
the plant is in no way left with stones,
ctods or sods on it to prevent growing.
When the plant gets through this hut
coat of earth and is about three incher
high, begin cultivation with some good
narrow toothed implement, working the
soil around the plant ou a level at A.
Other cultivations will gradually work
more soil toward tho plant till a slight
ridge will be formed at the base of the
vine, as indicated by the dotted lino ou
top Fig. 1, which will leave the parent
potato fairly deep in tho soil, prepared
to withstand a pretty severe drought
This plau of cultivation has several
goal points to support it, although it is
more expensive thau shallow planting
LEach layer of soil worked toward the
plant induces the stalk to throw out a
lateral aud a set of roots from which the
BEPP.ESESTINC A GENERAL SYSTEM.
potato sets are sent out, and each lateral
joint usually starts nearly the same
number of tubers. Therefore the system
can be profitably applied where it is
desired to get a large yield from a tmall
quantity of seed or where growers are
limited to a short acreage.
The second illustration mprosouts tho
more general system of cultivation
among growers where tho ground is
marked out three to four inches deep and
the seed covered at once with some cov
ering direct that throws a heavy ridge
over the potato, after which it is left to
sprout and work its way up through
the dark, cold earth, getting whiter and
slimmer as it nears tho border of the
world it has been hunting for the post
three to four weeks aud usually having
, i , , .
but one lateral joint to send out root-" .
and sets. I think this system could b- 'he estate of ald defeased:
greatly improved if the harrow or aotne 1 . .lh "Kn" the Htstr, of oron, you are
J , ,. , , hereby comrnainled to aTiesr belore the Iimi-
mode of leveling tho ground were u.ea orable eountv court of Claeksmas eouniy. r
after planting, putting the entiro sur-; ',"'' !",rm ,',r,ru",' f" t? ;,u the ir,th .lay
, ' , V , , . , ... , . I of April. at Id o clock A M. ol said day,
face OU a level, as indicated at tho dot- pursuant to an order of this court dnted the 'Jth
ted line E. Then when the plant an- day ol 'March. M .to ahow cause. If any ; enlst,
. ., , , . : , why the petition of Marietta Pratt, adi'.imatrs'
pears through tho ground aud is ready trX , the eH,,e ( j,cob p Miller, fie
to Start a leaf, put OU an implement ceased, for tn order of thii court RranllnK the
t , , v i . , . . i ,. . ) said peiitloner the rlifht to sell nil the real ornp-
that would throw back tho original dirt, erl. M,mtfUt to said eatate. which is described
as shown in Fig. 2 at F. This modus i'H"a. t-wii: all of lotasewo :7)sini kikiu
operandi would induce tho plant to aut
another lateral joint and thereby very
largely increase the yield, which would
pay well for the labor expended.
The llusslan Thistle.
A correspondent of the Dakota Farm
er suggwt8 that each township' should
secure a herd of cattlo or sheep and
pasture them regularly on each school
section and then have the herd driven
to au pans 01 1110 townsnip wnero mere
is unoccupied land to pasture down the j
thistles and after harvest herd thera on '
-mail .-i . r, ,
the Stubhlo fields UUtll Winter. Hebe-
lieves that by pasturing the thistle it
.,, . 1 . . fcj 1 j
willsoon be driven out entirely, and
Suggests that if Congress should appro-
priate a million or two for extorminat-
ing the thistle the best method of using
money would bo to invest it in sheep
or cattle and let them eat the thiatle,
and afterward the farmers could eat
them. We believe that pasturage during
the early part of the season will prove
the most effective remedy. After the
spines have bcoji formed on tho thistle
there is no remedy but fire.
Professor Henry of the Wisconsin ex
periment station announces the slaugh
ter of the entiro dairy herd of the sta
tion on account of tuberculosis. The
herd was tested by the Koch tuberculin
In the fall of 1893 a son of Mr, T. A.
Mer'arland, a prominent merchant of
Live Oak, Sutter Co., Cal., was taken
with a very heavy cold. The pain In
his cheat were so severe, that ho hail
spasms and was threatened with pneu
monia. His father gave, him snveial
large doses of Chamberlain's cough rem
edy which broke up tho cough and cured
him. Mr McFarland saya w henever his
children have croup he iuvsiiably gives
them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and
it always cures them. He considers it
the best rough remedy in the market.
For sale by G. A. Harding, druggist.
Frcvtng'g One home made pickles are
on salo at K. E. Williams's, Marr A Rob
ertson's, and F. T. Barlow's grocery
Are You (tiling Fa-ll
If so, it will pay you to write to A. C.
Shehton, general agent of the "Burling
ton Route," 250 Washington street.
Portland. ' He will mail vuu free of
charge, maps, time tables, and advise
you as to the through rates to any point.
reserve sleeping car accommodations
for you, and furnish you w ith through
tickets via either tho Northern, Union,
Southern, Canadian Pacific or Great
Northern railroads at the Vi-ry lowest
The Burlington route is generally con
ceded to be the finest equipped railroad
in the wbrld or all classes of travel.
Through Trains Without Transfer.
Travellers must not forget that the 0.
R. A N. line Is thoroughly repaired ami
all trains ar running without transfer
or delay. Through service to Omaha.
Kansas City, M. Iritis and Chicago;
Pullman sleepers, free reclinimr chair
cars, upholstered tourist sleepers and
modern day coacties. tall on O. R. A
N. Agent before purchasing tickets, or
address V. H. Hurlhurt, tien'l Passen
ger Agent. Portland, Oregon..
Blank note, receipt and order books
at the E.ntksi'kisk otlice.
How Dr. Miles' Nervine Restored
One of Kentucky's Business
4 Aifi Men to Health.
No DISEASE has ever prtwented ao many
peculiarities as LaMrlppe. No !Im&m
Icuvph lu rli'tlms so debilitated, uneluM,
lifili". nerreli-ss, as Lulirlpue.
Mr. I). W. Hilton, state ani-nt of the Mut
ual Life In-uriirn'B Co., of Kentucky, ny:
"In IMS and 'M I had two nerera aitiu k
of LaGrippe, the last one aitm-Un my iht
vous nTKtein with au'h neverlty that mr life
was despuirvd of. 1 hud not nlepl for more
than two moiitim exeept hjr the umi of nar
cotics that stiiH'hYd me, but K.'ive me no
nsl. I wiim only roiiM'lous of lnteiiM) mental
weakness, uuiiIziiii Ixxllly pain and the
faet that I woh hourly tfrowiriK weaker.
When in thiscondltion. I eonimneed usin
Dr. Mile' Uestoratlre Nervine. In twod:iy
I began to Improve and In one month's time
I was cured, tnueh to the surprise of all who
knew of my condition. I have been In ex
cellent health since and huve n-eom mended
your remedies to many of my friends."
Louisville, Jan. 22, ls'JS. D. W. Hilton.
Dr. Miles' Nervine Restores Health.
In the fotinty rourtof the Stste of Oregon for
the county nl Clsckninnn.
In the.mstter of the eolHte of Jaenb P. Miller,
ToW. H. Edmunds. Cnrnellus Kdmun.ls and
Marietta Pratt, mid to all others unknown
i( hv there be who may be Interested 111
nn. should not be granteil fur the purpose in
said petition act out, to-wlt, to pay the debts of
said estate and expenses of administration of
said estate; and II you fail so to appear or make
answer as herein required, (or waul thereof the
sal I petition will be granted.
Pnidirhed by order of tiie Honorable fiordou
E. Hayes, judge of the above named court,
made and entered on the 9th dny of Mun h, Is'j.',,
GKO r. IIOKTON.
County Clerk Clackamas county, Oregon.
NOTICE OF FINAL HKTTLKMKNT.
lu the mstt,,r of the eBlRte , Hnrah E. oope)
Notice l hereby given that William II. Pope
administrator with the will annexed, has filed
ls filial account of his administration of said
ette. nd that the Hon. Gordon K. Haves,
county Judge, has made an order sett ng Mon-
day, tne sth day of May. lnM.at loo'd.k a. M.
ol said day. al the county court house. In Ore-
Anal account and the final settlement of said
estate. WILLIAM II. POPK.
Administrator with the will annexed of
the estate of Sarah E. Pope, deceased.
NOTKIK OF A,S8I0NMF.NT.
Notice i hereby given that the Oregon City
Rash aud Door Company, a Partnership com
posed of 8. B. Calln and Charles Callir. and H.
B CallfTarid Charles ( allff, Individually, have
all assigned te the undersigned lor the benefit
of all their creditors. Hald assignment is now
pending in the Clrenlt court ol the Stateof Ore
Ron for Clackamas county, and all creditors ol
said parties are hereby notified to present their
claims against said parties under oath to me at
my office lu Oregon City, Oregon, within three
months from this date. Dated March IV HtUT,
L. L POKTKK, C. 0. T. WILLI A MS,
Attorney for Assignee. Assignee.
Caked & Inflamed Udderv.
Bruises and Strains,
Harness & Saddle Sores,
All Cattle Ailments,
All Horse Ailments,
AH Sheep Ailments,
Membrane and Tissue
Quickly to the Very
Seat of Painanu
Ousts it in a Jiify.
Rub In Vigorously.
Mustang Liniment conquers
Makes rUn or Beast well
In th circuit rourt of the State of Oreon for
the county ij CUckamaa.
F. '. Perry, PlalntlrT. va. John Palmer and Julia
To Johu Palmer and Julia Palmer, deteudanla:
In the uame of the State of Orexm you are
hereby rcmilrwl to appear ami answer the rum
plaint nied aitalnst you 111 the alsive entitled
suit, wllbln teu ilaya Irom the date u( the ser
vice of this summons ajMin you If served within
this county, or tf served wlthiu anv other county
lu this state, then within AMaya from the date
of the service of this summons uixm vu: and
If served by putdlcatloii then on or before the
first day nl (he next ret ular term of the aiNive
court IniiowiiiK the eaulratlon ol the tliuu tiro
scrltHAfi m the order of publication ut till" mm
moiis. to-wlt: the IMh uavof April, A. II. l-
Anil II you (all to so appeiror auswertlie plalu
t i tT will apply to the court for the relief dn
matnleil in the complaint Sled herein, to wit:
lor a iiiditiueut aitalnst you aril each of von for
the sum ol l.ia). with Interest thereon at the rale
of 10 pet cent, per annum from the nth day of
lieccmber. IMti, and for the sum of lil attorney
fee herein and for rosis and disbursements of
this suit. And that the usual decree lor the
sale of said preinlaea ilescrilied In plalnllfT'a
complaint herein, to wit: (Iti-nlnnlm al the
uuarter section corner on the south Istuudary
ol section U, T. ft. S ol R. 1 K. ol W. M, rou
ti In a- thence east JO chains to a stake: incline
north 7 dc. east ta sal chains to a rock In Ihe
center (d the road, thence north HI dcK. west
fl Ml chains to a stake; thence north A de. i
mill, west 17.S0 chains to a stake on Ihe north
aud south ijuarlcr section line throUKh S4MMI011
I f. thence south M7 1! chains 10 place of bedim
I11K. con tain I nit au acres; all slut ale and lyluic in
Clackinas county. Stale ol Orejouj In made,
and that the priH'eeds of said aale may be au
piled to the amount due the plalntln" and that
said defendants and all persons claiming under
them. auhriiieiit to Ihe execution of said mort
Kane upon said premises, either as purchasera
or incumbrancers, or otherwise, may be barred
and foreclosed of all rlirhta, claim or eipilty of
redemption In theaald premises and every iart
thereof, and that plaintiff may have Judgment
nd execution airalnst the said defendants lor
auy deficiency which may remain after apply
Init all the proceeded the sale of thesald prem
ises to the satisfaction ol said Jud(iiieiit.
That the purchaser may be let Into the pos
session of sa'd premises on production ol the
sheriff 'a certificate of aale therefor; and for such
further relief as to the court may seem equlta
This summons la served by publication on
tin defendant. John Palmer, by order of the
Hon. K l. Hhattuck, Judite of the Fourth Judi
cial Iilstrlct ol Oregon, made the Will day ol
February, A. I). liY
1IRIIWNKLL 4 1KKSHKK dE J, I. l.A M rKKI.I..
Attya. lor Plaintiff.
In the circuit court of the slate of Oregon, for
the county ol Clackamas.
J. T Apperson. Plaintiff, ys. Ma'V K Harlow,
M S I'lllshiiry and Thomas hi. Miller, de
fendants. Stale ol Oregon, county of Clackamas, ss,
Notice In hereby given that by virtue of an
execution aud order of sale iasued out of the
circuit court of Die Wale of Oregon (or the
county of f'inckamas, bearing date the 'Jlst day
of February, In'i'i, in a sull wherein J. T, Apper
son was plnlutllt', and Mary K. Harlow, M. H.
Plllsbury and Thomas M Miller were defend
ants, cominac Hog me. lu the name of tho State
of Oregon, tiiat out of the real estate hereinafter
described, to realize a sum sufficient to satisfy
the demands of said degree, to-wlt tl'J.VI.ll, and
the further sum of 1100 attorneys fees, slid fin
costs, together witli interest on the same since
said decree was entered at 10 per cent, per
annum, and also the costs of and attending this
Now. therefore. In obedience to such decree,
I did. on the -Till day of February, Isus; duly
levy upon, and w ill, 011 Saturday, the Both day
of March, IM'.'i, at the hour of I o'clock p. m. of
said day. at the front door of the court house In
said county, offer for sale at public auction, and
sell to the highest and best bolder, for cash lu
hand, all ol the right, title and Inlorcnt the said
defendants have In and to the following do.
scribed real properly, to wit: Hegliinlng al the
southeast corner of tho Donation Land Claim of
Samuel Miller No. riS, lu Township i South of
Kange 1 Kast ol the Willamette Meridian In
Clackamas county. Oregon, and running thence
rtnrln 10 neg. r.asi .10 it chains to comer ol Julia
Ann Lewis claim: thence North 13 deg F.ast
AM chains to center of eouniy road, thence
W'eat 47.3o chains to division line of said Miller
claim; thence South if 1. 21 chains v thence South
111 deg. F.ast 42 chains to place ol beginning,
containing i:tfi hi; acres more or less.
Dated this 27th dayof February A. P. law.
K. C. MADDOI'K.
Sheriff of Clrtckamaa county, Oregon.
By N. M, Mooor, Deputy. ' 8-l:3-!K
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned
has. by order of the Honorable County Court ol
Clackamas county, Oregon, been appointed ad
ministrator ni me estate, wim win annexed, 01
Solomon Achorn. deceased, All persons, there
fore, who have claims against aaid estste are
required t present tliem duly verified to me at
my office In Oregon City, Oregon, within six
months from this date.
L L. POKTF.K, Admr.
Dated Feb. 28, 18!i. 31:3-20
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World's Fair Highest Medal and Diploma.
fthrrltri Nntif of Mala on Kietuitloit.
In the Circuit Court of the Slain nl Oregon, for
III County u Clackamas.
Iletiry Mrldruiu. plalapff, ra. Dntntiilti Weill
State ol Oregon, County nl Clackamas, as.
Nolle la hsrohy liven that hy virion of an
execution and order of sate Issued mil ol the
circuit conn ol the Slate of Oregon lor tlia
County of Clackamas, hearing data the Until day
nl February, lam, lu mil wherein Henry Mel
drum Was pIslntllT, and Dominie Melntyr
was delendaiil, ominaiidln me, In the name
ol the Slaie ol Orce.Ui. that out ol the real
estate boreluafter ileierllied, 10 realise a
sum ailmcleiit to satisfy Ihe demand, ol aald
decree, to wit: 1'W.iSk and the lurlher tmi ol
ill 00 coals, and the further sum ol tMiniaa at
torney fees, together wlih Interest on the same
since said decree was entered al 10 par Pent,
per annum, aud also the costs ol ami sucndlng
Now. Iberefore, lu obedience to such decree. I
did on the -till ilny ol Uclolwr, IMH.dilly attach,
nd nu Ihe Mil day ol February, Inun. duly levy
upon, ami will, on Saturday, the nih day ol
April, Imilt, al the hour ol I u'rlork P. M. of
said day, al the front door el the court
house In aald county, offer lor ssle al public
auclloii, and sell to the highest and best bidder,
for cash In hand, all ol Ihe right, title and Inter
est Ihe said defendant on Ihe 4b dav ol October.
!. haj In and U the billowing described real
properly, to wit: The east hall ol tin northwest
uuarter. and li e noiihwesi quarter ol Ihe north
east unarier ol section a. In township 4. south ol
range . rsst of Ihe VYIIIsmeit meridian, and
the uoriheasi iuarler ol the southeast quarter,
and the southwest quarter of the southeast
quarter ol section ft. In low 11 ship 4, smith ol
range S. east ol the Willamette meridian, all lu
Clerkaniaa count y. Oregon.
Dated this Til day of March, A. I l'S
K C, MAIH'OCK,
Sheriff ol Clackamas eouniy, Stale ol Oregon.
Mv N. M fcnouv. Deputy. ) It
Notice la hereby given, dial by authority ol
an order Issued out of the County Court of the
alaleof Oregon, for the eouniy ol Marlon, oil
the fith dav of February. A. It. Isun. will, aa
administrator with the will annexed ol the aa
lale ol Charles Malbes. deceased, oil Sslorday,
the Slh dayof April, l'ii. al one ocl.s-k P M
of said day sell al public auction to Ihe highest
inner, an the right, title slid Interest ol said
decedent In and to Hie billowing described
The west half of aectlon thirty three i.tSi, lu
township ve (,Si, smith, ranee one 1 1), east nl
Ihe W lllamelie meridian, lu t'larkamas eouniy,
Oregon, containing jtjoarrva (, laud, more or
The sale will ! conducted upon the premises
near Marquam, Clackamas rounty, Oregon.
Terinsnf sale cash. J II. MiN'AltV.
Adm r with Hie will annexed wl said estate.
March 7, ISM. .va &
Notice of Application fur a Saloon License.
Notice Is hereby irlveu, that the under
siK'iieit w ill apply lo (be City I 'utitii'il ol I ire- '
iron t'ltv, Oregon, at the regular uirclinK In I
April lor Ihe rontimialUiii of license
lor a saloon 011 Main at reel between Kourlli
and Klllli streets.
lllt.MlY .t Mi piiNiiflill.
Oregon t'lly, Oregon, March 7, !(.
lu Ihe Circuit Court of Ihe State of Oregon lor
Ihe County of Clackamas.
Julia Calmer, plaintiff, va John Palmer, de
fendant To Johu Palmer, the ahnvenamed defendant:
In the name ol the Slate of Oregon, you are
hereby reoulrrd to appeal and answer lite com
plaint ami summons fllrd sgsilist you lit the
above entitled nil. by the Srsl day ol the term
billowing the expiration of 'he time prrscrllx!
111 the older lor the publication ol this sum
mens, to wit: on Ihe I'Hli dav ol April. A D.
Is'ja, thsl lielug the Srst dsv of the commence
ment of the regular term of the atetveatitltlcd
court: and if yen fnll losip pear aud answer or
'lead, the plaintiff w III take a decree again. 1 you
(or the relief prayed lor in the complaint filed
herein, lo-wll. lor a decree dissolving the Isolds
ol matrimony now vaistitig between ihe plain
llff and defendant; for the care and rtistiHty of
their minor children: for one third ol Ihe real
proferly belonging to the defendant, described
as follows, to-wil : Iteglnnlng at the section
corner on the south boundary ol section li,
township ft, sot Hi range I, east 1. 1 the Willam
ette meridian: running thence east ju u-Usi
chains to a slake: thence north 7 degrees east
i'i Wl Hal chains 10 a rock In the renter ol Ihe
county road: thence north a degrees west
ft VI-list chains to s stake, thence uorihaadeg
li mill west 17 an nil elms to s slake on the norih
and sooth '4 section line through section li:
thence south :I7 II pal chains in the place ol tie
ginning, ronlalliliig eighty arrea, situated lu
the county of Clscksmaa and state of Oregon.
And for the sum ol I si, permanent alimony lor
Ihe support of herself and minor children; and
for the costs and disbursements nl this suit
This summons Is published hynrdcrof Ihe
Circuit t ourt of the stale of Oregon, for Clacka
mas eouniy, made and entered ou Ihe 1Mb day
ol Kchruary. A H. I. and la toiidlalied for a
perlc. d of sli consecutive weeks in said Clacka
mas county, slate of Oregon
oTOTI, HOISP. A srol'T.
Attorneys lor Plaintiff.
In Ihe Circuit Court of the Stale of Oregon, for
Ihe county ol Clackamaa
Adam Andre, plaintiff, vs. C. M, Andre, defend
ant. Tot;. M. Andre, said defendant:
In Ho name of the Stale of oregen, vou are
hereby required to appearand answer the com
plaint filed against ynu In the above entitled
suit tn said court ou the first day ol a term
thereof to be la-gun and held neal alter al
weeks from the publication ol tills summons
nsmely. nu the I.Vh day of April. I'JV And If
you lall ao to appear and answer, for want
thereof, the plaintiff will apply to the court lor
the rellel demanded 111 the coniplatut herein,
which Is lor the dlaaoliitiou ol the in-:rrlagn
contract now subsisting between aald parlies,
and for such other equitable relief aa prayed
for in ahl complaint. '
Tills summons is published by order of T- A.
Mclirlde. Judge of saltl cotirl, made and daled
February let, IwiV
C, D. A D. C. I.ATOI'KF.TrF..
2-13:3-22; Attorneys for Plaintiff".
In Ihe Circuit Court of the Klato of Oregon, for
the County n( clackamaa
F. C. Perry, plaintiff, va. John Palmer and Julia
Tojohu Palmer and Julia Palmer, defendanta:
In the name ol tho State ol Oregon, you are
hereby required toappear and '.nawer Ihe com
plaint filed against yen lu Ihnaliove-fintltW-d ac
tion within ten daya from the date ol the serv
ice of this summons upon you. II served within
tills county; or if served within any other
coiiulv of tills statu then within twenty da, a
from the dale of the service of this summons
upon you ; and If served ny publication then on
or before the first day of the next regular term
of Ihe above court following the expiration of
the lime prcscriticd In Ihe order ol publication
of tlila aummona, to-wit: the l.'ith day of April,
IhW. And II you fall to so answer, the plaintiff
will take Judgment against you and each ol
you lor the sum ol $100 with Interest thereon
at the rate of ID per ceul tier annum since De
cember Hlh, la'iil. aud for .'." aa an attorney Ice.
ami lor the Inrther sum of x2.3x, and (or his
costs slid disbursements herein
This summons is served upon ynu hy publi
cation by order of tho Hon. Thomas A Mil
Itrlde, .fudge of aald court, duly made ou the
Uth day ol February, Hw,.
HltOWNKI.l. A IlKKsaKR A 1. IT, Camviikm.,
2-1,'i 3-22J Allor.ioyi tor Plaintiff
Notice of Final Settlement.
In the matter of the estate ol Oliver Achorn, de
ceaaed, Notice la hereby given that L. L. Porter, ad
mlnlatrntor of the above eslntu, has filed his
final report and account III the administration
of said eatato, and that the county court of the
Stale cl Oregon lor Clackamaa county has made
so order selling Monday, the nth day ol My,
IH'A st 10 o'clock A. M. ol said dav. at the county
court house of said county In Oregon City, Ore
gon, for the hearing ol objection, If any there
be, and for the examination of said final report
and account and fur the Dual settleiiiunt ol said
Dated March 21. 1H95. L. L. POKTF.R,
Administrator nl the estate of Oliver
3-22:1-12. Achorn, deceased.
HtJTTK CKKKK ORANOF., No. 82, P. of II.
Meets at their hall lu Marquam, second Sat
urday 111 each month at lu a. m. Visiting
members al ways welcome.
J. K JACK, J. R. WHITE,
(Tf. PAI'l.'S 1'llt'ltlUI - ri.mpsl - Kay.
Issaf f'aw-no, Iteemi Mel vices al II o'clock .
in. and 7 p ni. Prayer servtte ivory Wed
flllMT CONllHttllATIIlNAl, CHI'HOII,
Itey, J, W.Oowau I'aalor. Services al 10 a.m.
and s nu r. m. Sunday School after morning
service. Player meeting W ednesday evening at
a tJOiu'lock Prayer meeting of Young. PeoplK i
Siadety of Christian Kinleavor every Sunday
I Yetiing at 7.1a praiupi.
rillST HAPI'INT CIM'IICIt llav M f
llt ioi, I'aalor Morulii) Service al II: Sunday
School at 12 In: Kveulng Service ft ill), llegnlar
prayer mealing Wednesday evening. Moaihly
Covenant Meeting every Wednesday evening
preceding ihe Aral Sunday III the nroutlg, i
ootulal Invitation mall.
ST. lOIIN'S CIII'KI II CAI IIOI.IC -ltsv, A.
II 1 1.I.K list a N 0, Pss'.or. On Sunday maaaal a and
III :sl a. at. Kvery second and fourth auuday
Herman sermon afler the a o clock mas
At all oilier masses Kugllsh sermons, Sunday
School at i HO r. Vespers, apologeilral
tiibliaiia, and Meiisdlctlon al 7 HO r. M.
MKI'lloPlsr KI'ISCOPAL ClltlllCII.-Kir
(I. Hvaas, Pastor. Morning service al II;
Sunday School at 10 isi t lsss meeting after
inotulna service. Hvenlng service al J an,
Fnworlh League meeting Holiday evening al
a ); Prayer Mealing Thursday evellllig all ,
strangers cordially Invited.
FIRST PltKSIIYTKHIAN CHIIHCII.-Kr, J.
W. Moulgomery, Pastor. Services al II A H su4
7 Ml r M. Sabliath School al 10 A. M. Youug
people's Society of Christian Khdeavor ineeii
every Sunday evening at Sao Wednesday
veiling prayer meeting at 7 SO. Seals Iree,
KVANdri.lCALCIItiKCII-IIFItMAN - H. P.
Mvkhs, pastor. pn-aclnug services ever
Sunday al II A M and 7 so p. if.
Ssbbaih school everv Sunday al 10 A M (He.
P. Holt. Supll Weekly Prayer Meetliif
very W'ediiesdsy evening
tlNITF.il IIKKTMKKN IN CIIKIST. Preseh
lug every seooud and fourth Huiiday ol eack
Rioiiih, at II tua ra, and 7 so p m.W It, lac
Lain, Pastor Sunday seluail al 10 a. m. at
Oregon city Ftrsi sunday al Hamsou school
house, Molalla; Third Sunday, Mountain Home
II a, m : llmlier orove, 4 p m - Miss Iwlla
llreen, Siiperlutendeiil Muuuay schmd. Prayer
meollng every Wadueauay evening.
FVAMiF.l It AL I I'THKHAN Clll'ltCII-I,.
(lagv, Psstor ib-rmau services every Sundsy
al II o'cbH'k A M. Nugliah services at 7 M r.
M Sunday school s In o'eba k A M Uvca
II011 aiore riaira uesi ibs.r to bakery In sblve
ley s building, coiner ol Neveulli am Maillaou
Masrlirs Notice of Sal on Kieeullun.
In the clirult Court ol the stale of Oregon, lor
Hie County ol Clackamaa.
tlenrge brought.. 11, plaintiff, va Christ Mnrbuke
lid J. II. Martin, llrfeiolalils.
Slate ol Oregon, Cmnily of Claclamas, ss.
Notice Is hereby given, that hy virtue of ao
execution ami order "I sale Issued out ol the
TM'Cull roorl ol the Slale ol Oregon lor the
county ol Clackamaa. bearing date ihe Kith day
ol February. laxV In a suit wherein Oeorge
llroughloii was plaintiff, and Christ Moehnke
and J II, Martlu were ilefrudauts. commanding
me. In the name ol the ataie of Oiesou. thai out
ol the teal estate hereinafter described, to rcal
lie a sum aultlclenl lo sstlsfy lbs dcinsudsnf
said decree, to wit Iil7.uu.aud Ihe lurlher sum
ol U7l costs, together with lllleteal ou I ho
same sluee said decree wsseuiereilai a verrnt
per iiouni, and also Hie costs ol and sttendlug
Now. therelore, In olKdleuee lo such decree,
I did. on the lllh day of Maich. ISA'i. duly
levyn.n and will 011 Saturday, the .ash day
of April, s'.jo. atliiehourot ouao'cla-kP M
of said dav. at the front diair of the court house
lu said county, offer lor sale at public auction,
aud sell to the highest and laal bidder, for cash
In hand, all of the right. Idle and Interest ihe
ssld defendant Chrlsl Moehnke has III aud to
the lollowlug ile.crlla-d real proM-rtv. lo-wll:
'I ha Norlbeaat one quarter ol Southwest one
quarter and the North west one quarter ol Mouth -esst
one quarter of Hcctlnn Five til In lowusblp
Poor 111 Smith of Itahga brea 1.1) Kssl ol Ihe
Wlllsuiclle Mendlsii, III Clsckainaa Cniiuty,
liale.l Oils 'jutli day o March, A t I"'
F. c. MAIHMH'K.
Sheriff of Clackamas Co., Slale ol Oregon
My N M Moony, Deputy. S-22 4 IS
J eanunlcUTC .
C. 1 I OUT A 1
lis A PATKlHTf
Rnania answar and an behest oiiinnm. wrlle to
1 1 lil A 4 It., whnhava hsd nearly tin t raars'
xtHirlstHa. In the iNilent iMSsinesa. Ctmilnuulna
tkttr ttM In thai italmit
tlirfti trtHlf iMinfllintiAt. A M nil bonk of In
rorntiic) tmwmiii(f rirwi rjin n .n no
tln iImtM nl fri. AImi Maliu uf vvcbattai
kl clvtillltc iMMtki Mut Iimi.
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tri not U tn th H,-Irnll flr A mrrlrim, hl
tttutt if hnmittit witlnlf tMtftraOi puMlriwilh
out 4rt to tit tnvrmtor. Tlitt njph4li(J iwiMtr,
ImiuhI vMiklf. lfi:iini) illMfrBtrMl. bw hf far tli
UrirtHil ctrriilatHiQ vt nr rinli(Vo wtiri In Ut
world, mil ?tir. ftmipW mnyir Mnt frjw.
Hulldliw rhtttm. m.mthtr. tl'Mm yrr. HmuK
ui4a, !t.) owiita, KvttrjT awrwr cvrntaitui tx ti
ll (ul 4jitt. In xsnlitrt, mn4 bhrrftifjrahlw of imw
buutMWL with plrm, nNviit ViMri tohow i
t4H tWir na and MHHiri Hmnnrit. AiMrtHM
MUAM 4 LO Mkw Vua, tftil BuuAUWlT,
Idvcry, Fwd uml SiilnSulila
LOCATKIi 1IKTWKKN III K IIHIIIIIK AND
Dmilile uml .Singli lUs, itml siul
He horses always on liuntl at tlia
lowt'st jiriccH. A corrall coimpcU-'d
witli tin1 'mm for loosu stock.
Iiifiu'tiutlon rpifnr.limr hiiv kind or
Htiick ironiilly stti'iuloil lo ly pcrHun of
HorsoB Ooujht and Sold.
Iluraps lloiiriltnl and Fed 011 reason.
Oalsry anil eip.nst paSlweogly feiini sisrL
KliorlelieB UIOKM-esSAry. PocUlliO ffl a
( sdrsntAgnsfnh.gltinn-s. I.tbsral M V
aeliliulh-n to hs-al part. j .JV. v Y a
fori fin iMi-h IP.I,
Wn iuit vmi now, UiW i
thn fruit imtii-try U '
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;Vai4;T? T 1 m 1 Klffir mjjWW
Duffy & Hcckart
iSpoeial caro in moving Hotisuliold
Goods and Pianos.
Prompt work and
Ltiove ordors at
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