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Oregon City Enterprise
IUTKS TO RF.MK.MBEK.
r'lnf1v, J nl v 22 l.tillt national
COIlVJIlllOII iuet al H. I.Utlij.
Wmlncwiay, Augut lit Slate Firemen'
tournament i Anuria, la continue lor
, , tliree day.
WtdnwrUy, (VtnlicrT - -Oregon State Kmr
meet i Salem, lo continue until Tues
day, October 1.1.
ThnrxUy. November .1 l'reiiiileiilial dec
lion in all states of th i nion
FRIDAY, Jl'LY 17, ISiHi.
The. Frotu-biitan, not without iYon,
calls' our iced drinks "American oittoiis. "
AVater will allay thirst much better than
iced water; but it is very dillicult to
convince those addicted to the iced water
habit of the fact. The grave harm cans-
' x1 by ice water is from swallowing it
quickly and in Urge quantities. If sip
Jf d slowly and held in the mouth (or a
moment, the temperature is raised ap.
jireciably before it reaches th stomach,
Elliott I'ralrle Notes.
Ku.iorr Fhaikik, July ".(Too late
for last issue. Still hot and dry. Main
needed for late sown grain and gardens.
Hay harvest is in full blast now.
Road KnvineerKlnnard passed through
the prairie last week inspecting the road
work dona by Supervisor Killiu.
T. 1!. Killiu and family spent the
Fourth in l'ortland.
Mrs. Jennie Hlair of Silverton was
visiting on the prairie last Sunday
J II. Middleton and wife of l'ortland
I spent the Fourth at Captain Cochran's.
I O. V. Killin and family spent last
i Sunday at Silverton.
I The wife of i.evi Voder w ho has been
; quite sick, is, we are glad to hear, im
proving in health.
lien. Strunton and family went to
Albany last Thursday and returned
The most notable event of the past
week was the foot race between ti. W.
Killin of this place and J. I'. Shuck of
Monitor, the champion heavy weight
sprinters of Oregon. As the race was
gotten up on short notice there was but
a small crowd present to witness it.
and its cooling effects reach that part of
the body where they are most needed j Just how much money was won or lost
the head, throat, and the upper part ol 0n the race your corrwipondent failed to
the chest. For this reason ice cieam is learn, but as (J. W. came out second !est
in the race, and claimed shortly after that
l.itioh l.itia .litnt'.imiia than a-attir !
we eat it slowly, and it is not only en
tirely melted, but also perceptibly
warmed, before it enters the stomach.
he was financially busted, it is thought
by some that he lost heavily.
The celebration at Monitor the Fourth
REAL KSTATK TRANSFERS.
furnished Every Week by the Clacks
mas Abstract & Trust Company.
M J Wilmm to J C Kranham tVt 13
J C Rranliatti lo V V. Spicer Oct 17
'W W D 73 in sec -C! t S r 2 a 2000
State to S A n Tutcr Jul 7 'I'll deed
sh 87 t 4 s r 5 a 200
Lottie Wlnslow to S A P I'uter Jul
tl 'Oti 1 C ne'4 set' Ml U i r il a .
S A 1 Filter to K U Jones Jul 'Utl
V I se4 stv HO t 4 s r (ie
S A I Filter lo K li Jones Jul (1 ''.HI
W 1) m'4' sec 31 t 4 r (1 e
A S Dresser lo .Mary F. Harrison
Jul 7 W 0 lots 4, ft, 8 and 0
and ' of 3 and 10 blk 1 Can by Sot)
F. C Madd.H'k lo Alfred Pundas Jul
II '!Hi W V of ol Joseph
0 C K H Co lo John Johnson Apr
30 '04 deed it of se'4 sec lit'.'
Windsor I. A J Co to 1. 1, l'orter Jul
7 '".Hi d.tJ lot 2 blk 14 Windsor. . 100
Ida Mav McClellan to F M Sherman
This well known fact, which everyone was generally conceded to be a success,
can verify for himself, is entirely ignored with the exception of the oration which
by these alarmists who draw so harrow- niaterialiied in the shape of a populist
ing pictures of the internal economy, , speech.and viewed from a populist stand
representing the stomach aud its con
tents as almost paralyxed by the sudden
congealing influence of the introduction
of a mass of frozen cream. Of course, if
this were so the danger would be im
mense, for when the stomach is attend
ing to its anpoined duties actively en
gaged in the process of digestion it is a
point was no doubt considered a brilliant
Our school, under the supervision of
Prof. C. E. Cone, closed one week ago
last Wednesday. Closing exercises
were held at the Congregational church
near by as there was not room in the
school bouse to seat all. A spleudid
l:itle furnace,and any Umpering with its! program was rendered by the scholar
fires results in the immediate discomfoit j which was enjoyed by all present.
ofita owner and overseer. When you
deluge it w ith iced drinks you put out! Suijrn Sews.
the fires, and arrested digestion means! Smvbx., July 13. A light shower fell
a.-ute twin and much discomfort. Don't ' here Saturday forenoon.
ask it to do as much work when the Haying is the order of the day and the
thermometer goes above 80 degrees ; 1 crop is being saved in fine condition.
then the Urea will not have to be so hot, ! Chas. Ritchie, W. II. Yoder and 1'. B.
and you will not suffer from what j Hien were on the latterg ranch near
you feel is a consuming thirst. From I Clarks the past week cutting brush and
"Sunnier Hygiene," in Demorest's Mag- j putting up hay. Mrs. Hien and the
azine tor July. j baby were along too for an outing and to
nw'4' sec 3 t 2 r 7 e 1
Nils M Watnce to S A D I'uter June
10 '0(5 V D se'4 sec 20 t 4 s r (I e. 1
SAD Puter to K il Jones Jul 1 '0ti
W D some laud 7."0
K C MaddiH'k to Jacob Ranrh June
15 'tHi W D t0 a in ne4 sec 30 t 3
s r 1 a 171X1
A M Olingeret al to Win T Welch
Mar II '05 W DwS, of nw4' and
sS of sw'4 set' 5 and el of nel4
sec 6 t 2 s r 4 e 300
Sarah V MeCuwn to J C Frost Oct
'03 W 1 lots II and 12 blk 12
Mattie L Hayward to C K Oreyhill
June 14 'tO W D 10 a in Isaac
Farr cl 375
OAC R K to CM C Kirk Nov 5
'05 deed nl( of lie1.,' sec 0 t 7 a r
2 a 200
CMC Kirk to I S Jones June 15
'Hi W D of sei4 and of
sw4 sec 4 t 7 i r 2 a and nl of
ne'4 sec 0 t 7 i r 2 a 700
THE CLACKAMAS ABSTRACT A
A Pioneer's Heeoimiieiwlalloii.
Mr. J. .V. Yenable, of Downey, a pio
neer of l.o Aiitfoli' County, Cal., savs:
" When-over I am troubled with a pain
in the stomach or w ith diarrhoea I use
Chamberlain's colic, cholera mid di
arrhoea, remdey. I have used it (or
yeais, know it to be a reliable remedy,
and recommend it to every one'."
For sale by (i. A. Il.udiiiu
Ileuses Nails III lull!.
Mtn row, the painter, Ims removed his
shop lo Seventh streel, near Ihn depol
w here orders can l left (or painting,
paper-hanging and caliiuiing. I'lices
to suit the times and all work honestly
and I'llii ielillv done. if
For ladies, gei, is and children's ho
siery, good grade mnl lowest prices in the
cilv, go to llie Km kel store.
DO YOU NKK1) A XV
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nude M.'iiet ha tpu dti.v nii.iitiiiMl ur
i ho Hun. I, h. Il.i) , Ju.lt i e I'mulr
rmirt it! 'Im M U e (t,r i'UekNin
louinr. Almliil-ltl net Kainiii tl A Uiu
II. MrBiiKti. ttt-e h tt All tortii littviitt
1'lnlnia aiii1 vN.tl cutt, artt rriivitie I i r.
tinl titr aniiit. rt.riy veriilt il in 1110 t iha
eltlif el Tti.M, K. H)'ll, on Mi ll !lri.-l, l i (litt
tun I'lir. orvten, wtlulu li lu.ntthi from ium
tint ol lull uoik'o.
I.OKK.N V H STIlANilK,
A'tniluliralni el Kui o' Alm II snant.
Pal il l Or.K.in I lly. Otvto i, liili .sun. ilr el
Jii". iswk. JI.; -,i.
Oil OTIIHIt IIIHldllN'ti .MATlllilAli?
:(!( TO :
C. H. BESTOW h CO.
Low Prices. First-class (iooiis.
Comer I Ith and Main Stroets, Oroeon City, Orotfon.
A Valuable Prescription.
Editor Morrison of Worthington, Ind.
keep the camp in order.
Elmer Lantz from Albany was in
I neighborhood Sunday 9vening on
'Sun", writes : "You have a valuable way to his father's ranch on the Molalla.
prescription in Electric Bitters, and li Miss Marcie and Anna Burton came
tan cheerfully recommend it for Consti-; djwn from Salem last Saturday to visit
1'jtiou and Sick Headache, and as a ' friends in the neighborhood,
general system tonic it has no equal." Miss Ida M. and L. B Yoder atteaded
Mrs. Annie Stehle, 2625 Cottage Urove the Chautauqua assembly last Monday
Ave., lmcaRO, was all run down, could and Tuesday.
We are looking for a drop in the cheese
market ere long, several families in the
neighborhood have joined together in
the manufacture of pure switzer.
I Jen Bowers and family went up to
Silverton last Saturday to visit Mr.
G. A. Fordel was np from Portlrnd
I loaf jll,P.I ,tf In 1fu.tr af,A Uia ...... .k nn .1
tl f I I .umj j l's-.j n aiwi ma i an .11 on u
not eat nor digest food, had a backache
which never left her and felt tired and
weary, but six bottles of Electric Bitters
lestored her health and renewed her
strength. Prices 50 cents and $1.00.
0t a bottle at Charman and Co's drug
Don't Tol).icc .Spit
Or smoke your life away, is the
startling title of a book altout No-To-Bac,
the harmless, guaranteed tobacco habit
cure that braces up nicotinized nerves,
eliminates the nicotine poison, makes
weak men gain strength, vior and man
bood. You run no rhysical or financial
risk, as No-To-Bac is sold by druggists
verywhere under a guarantee to cure
or money relunded. Book free. Address
tii'arfing Remedy Co., New York or
Chicago. Charman & Co., Druggist.
Y. M. Uobinson, prrprietor ot the
Llcctric hotel has secured the exclusive
Tjitaur.nt privileges in Gladstone park
during the Chautauqua ashembly. The
restaurant will be conducted in con
nection with the Electric hotel, and
cabin. Mr. For let is out of a j b on ac
count of the burning of Weidler's mill.
Andrew Torgenson of Buena Vista
Polk county was in the neighborhood
last week looking after some land here
with the expectation of locating.
Mahvsvillk, July. 13 A social party
was given at Martin's mill on Saturday
July 11th as a farewell to the old mill
site and everybody attending pronounced
it the most enjoyable allair of the season.
Martin & Son now have nearly all their
mill machinery moved to their new lo
cation and the family w ill move down in
a few days.
The Kev. Mr. Harless preached at our
school house yesterday and will be here
l-uests of that popular hostelry can take i """''i aa' D"M-
iuiuiuiij iiivucu. ;ur. iianens
their meals at the Chautauqua restau
rant, if they so prefer, remaining at the
park the entire dav. The restaurant
will be supplied with the best the market
affords, and excellent meals will be
aeryed from 25 cents up.
The People's Favorite.
When you are hungry and want an ap
petizing meal one that is well cooked
to your taste and well served try the
Nickel Lunch Counter, This is no
second-class rastaurant, we feed the
best people in Oregon City and they al
ways go where they get full value for
their money. Give us a trial.
Gkokoe Bkos. Proprietors.
1 ltecommenilution from Los Angeles,
032 Caf.telar St., Los Angeles, Cal.,
-A fter having suffered for a long time from
acute rheumatism without obtaining re
lief, I used Chamberlain's Pain Balm
and was almost Immediately relieved.
I highly recommend this as the best
medicine known. 1). M. Hamimo.v.
For sale by G. A. Harding, druggist.
For the Kidneys.
"1 am 05 years old ; have had kidney
disease and constipation for 25 years.
Am now well used your S. B. Head
ache and Liver Cure one year. Used 6
Lotties at 50 cents each. J. II. Knight,
Kutledue, Or." For sale by C, G.
Munyon's medicines are the latest, and
Charman & Co., the tip-to-date drug
gists, have a complete stock. Pamphlets
sound jugdment in explaining the scrip
tures coupled with his funny anecdotes
is very amusing as well as interesting.
Services at eleven oclock A. M.
John L. Gard is employed to teach our
! school for the fall term. This will be
uh fifth term in this district.
Better hay weathei wus never known
in this part of Oregon by the oldest in
habitant and everybody is improving
the time that have hay.
The genial face of our road master,
John Dennison, made its appearand in
this section last week and some of the
roads are looking better already.
Cklhcknt, July Hth. The principal
biisineis in the vicinity at present is
hay making. Owing to the good weather
of the past two weeks the hay is nearly
cut. Mr. Clinton Latourette has spent
most of his time in his hay fiild the past
Mr. Latourette swings his scythe like
a yeteran farmer.
Henry Stock was drowned in the Ab
ernethy on July 4th. Mr. 8tork was an
honest, industrious young man and
his death is a great loss to this neighbor
hood. The wild blackberries are quite num
erous in the vicinity and small bovs
may be seen with tin pails almost every
A cool drink of that soda water or
minerel water that D. Williams keeps on
ice at his notion store on Seventh street
will refresh yon, Try a glass.
TRUST CO. are the owners of the copy
right to the Thome system of abstract
indexes, for Clackamas county, and have
the only complete set of abstracts in the
county, can furnish information as to
title to land at once, on application
Loans, investments, real estate, abstracts
etc. Office over Bank of Oregon City.
Call and investigate. Address box 377,
Oregon City Oregon.
Oregon City Market Report.
Wheat No. 1 merchantable, 55 cents
Flour Portland, $.1.10; Howard's
Best, $3.05 ; Fisher's Best, $3.00.
Oa'.s in sks, white, 17 cents jer
bushel, gray, L'5.
Millstuir.s Bran, U.OO per tin;
shorts, (14.50 cr ton: chop, (13.5(1.
Potatoes cents per pound.
Eggs, 12,'j cents ht dozen.
Buttjr Kanch, L'5 cents per roll.
Fresh Fruits Rhubarb, i'.j cents per
pound; gooseberries, two cents per lb.
Dried Fruits Apples, unblcHched, 4
cents; 50-pou ml boxes, evaporated, 4'a'c.
prunes, 2? ,j to 4 '.j cents; plums, 2,'j to
Bacon Hams, 8 to S'.j cents; sides,
6 to 7; shoulders, 5 to li ; lard, (i to 7.
Livestock and Hressed Meats Beef,
live, I V to 2 4 cents; hogs, live 2 cents ;
hogs dressed, cents; sheep, f 1.00 to
$1.25 per head ; vcul, drcsotd, 4 cents.
Poultry Chickens, young, from
old $2.75, turkeys, alive, 8 cents r
pound. Poultry advancing.
Policy holders of the defunct State
Insurance Company will find it to their
interest to see me belore placing their
business elsewhere. Sjiecial induce
ment ollered for the re-writing of such
risks in old and reliable companies.
A return premium allowed on unex
pired term of State policy to apply on
premium of new policy.
Save money by calling upon me before
placing your insurance elsewhere.
Anijkkw G. Mai.stks,
Office in Jaggar Bldg. opposite court
house, Oregon City.
In lli Clrrull four I n( iha suit ol Oruiii, lor
tht I ouuijr ol CUi-knm.
livert Uvllni Thrntiu Dunmii, Kin'titon
u( ill wtl ol J, K. ll.iittnsn. UotmjU, tilalu-
I Hi. J. W. U, Jamvi VMmluci auj M J.
Slut, ol (li'nu, v oiinljr olfUok.um,
HI VI KIT K Or A JUHIUKr OltllKlt.
Ueeiti su.l a l0t'll(ltli, duly luiiv.1 mil
nl nJ ttinter Hid ivmI of thci alHir titltl
rimrl. lu lhi ! inlll-l rai.. hi in tlniy
.lirvotel anil dle. in Jll.i iUr vt Jun,
IVM upon ledum III trtl H'rrU uJ
i.l. rl to MM ruiirt ou Ih Did iUr nl Jan.
In l.ver in u iicje Ia1i ami ih iuix
Kuurau, KliM-nt r ol Ul UH will nl J. k.
1UU(iii-ii, nl , IT., mil ,(. luil J. W. Mr,
Jauix W ill nek mill tt. J, M .,. ,iiu.Uiiti. let
lh um nl llTi.7, liti lum .! rmiii t ih
ri nl n i cr cj. I. i - nnnm Ir in Hie I7ih Ua
I Jiiuf, ami Hit. further nira nl I Hi alliir-
Day li, ainl ttie lurrmr tutu u: tin, ro.la aul
all I ili.tiurtd ta. au. h call ul ainl UM
ihli wrii. c iinmaiitliiig in lo oiaka Ml ul l ia
lelliiwlni iletrrllK..! r a! ir.ijiv .Kuala la iha
iniiniy mi laet tiua-, Sla nl llrixiiii, Itv-wlt
Ail ul oi. ti o iu Haniinia xlili in i in ilia ear ul
On-Ktin Cltf III il c u ii t y ,1 I'.ai kama. ami
lala Ul (irrKUU. aeenlilhn In I la rretir.l.J t
ol a u Ilif um'. aiMllleu. Uuw mi rl.a lu tlia
uttcr ol tt.e etlrter ol cuuvojr.uoca lor aaia
cuuuly autl iiau.
Sow, ih.rn nif, br rtu al atlil cineiitiott,
Juil(iiianl onlar ami iUci i. a nl III ruinplliii'
wiia me rnniiuaiitli ol .n r.. 1 a III o.i Silur
day, the l.l.lay nl Aufii.t, li. at ih hour ul
Jo i lnrkp M., al III In.ii i Un ic ot tin Cnillly
l eurl H una lu th n ir o Or (nu City, lu "nl
euuuiy ami .l, l, al publ c aur l.m, auNj I
lo r.lmptlnu. lo lu Digucl b.dilt-r, .r t . a
(nld ru n. ph lu b n I. 1 1 1 rl il ml ami
Hilar-! wuwb Ihc wl.liln nam d .1.1 n lan a or
ilbrr ul tham, had un lua data ul ihj al arh
nivnt b-rin or ..n - had In .ul in tti imt.
daarribad real prup jrljr or mm pl Iherenl, tu
all.ly aljux ii.i iii, ) i l.-nm il order, dacr.,
luUreal, is.au and all ni crulng data.
mini. urvon tl J. O.., Ju !t. ivw.
hirlrTofl' aekania. f'.niiit iip..0..t
Bjr N. M. MmiDr, ln-putjr. J .1, 7-:il
QREGON CITY IRON WORKS
New iiinl Knliirgoil Simp with nil iiilinnvs fur
MACHINE WORK & CASTING.
All work I'XirtiliHl in tliu lirst iiiiiiincr mssilli'.
ti'ctl on nil nrdors.
REPAIRING - A - SPECIALTY.
Priivn Iho Imvcst to U lut.l in rortlnnd. Simp on Fourth StrM,
near Mnin, On-jjiui City, On-gon.
ROAKK BROS.. Proprietors
In lb Cr-iiUCnirl ol t'jm Ht ol Ornn, fur
I Whlla, plaintiff, va. K. M llarlman. Mollaaa
A. Hattm-ui: J. K. Il.aaa, a. a i ,.( th
anttlcoi K. M. li irt'nae,. an Ilia f.ut debn-;
Miry Jan lltr man. I. tin Wiilt; Cli ul
i . llnunli iiii, Kiliar Harfe i.ua Kra k IL
llnugiiio ., p.rtnr.,a. r. tl llniKiii in Co.;
Hau relin f au.i V. H. Aalu, tHarni-ra. a. Akin,
Helium 4 lu ; M. I I I iu, H .N.rk.lab . J.
Hi. ll, el ii an I 1. I. C'hn, lutrtiera, I'.liu,
Mi kci.berj li u i. it. 0.1,1. mnlia Cum
pan, noip rallnli. A U 51 .l.'iam, lu hi.
iiullr ilu il c iii. i y and aa aaluauil ai tt
cilv. r nl lh . late nl K. M. haiimau, an In
i.iW.ul dobiur; J. K. Mariiam: I W Mar-
Iilam; Je.nl j ('. Yuiiiik; IJili. I". I. iiau. V.
. Mr.naiu: Mary J. Albiuhi aud li.orfj
W. M .rtjua:n, ilticiidauu.
Stat ol Orcg m, Cuuiitr ol Ciackauiai, aa.
Y VIKIIK OF A JriHJMKNT OKHKR.
Jilre and i xecutio.i, duly la.uod out
ul aud under t U..I o. I iaab ivj.ntul.,1 , ,, ,rl
lu tu ab .y cullild ciu.b, in maduly dire ud
aud ilalnl t li ."J h day nl Juna, lial, nn a
Judiim nl rendered and tuturu.l iu amd court nn
'.he IV. h day ul Juna. IKM. Iii larurnl Ih aln.ve
unrne l plaliinlf, and .(al.i.l Iha ahoy named
ilelell Ui.t-t Mn l.ua A. Hartmaii and K. .M.
Ilariniau, lor t ie amn nl l aw.l'i. Willi Inter
e.t tuermii at the r itn ul In tr eerit. n ir annum
Iroin Ins Uih day ul March, I vl, and tn lur
ther .inn m with Interu.i theienn Iron
June Liih, at Ih rate ot 8 ner cm. par an
num, and the lurlher .um ol line, aa al'nrne'.
lea, and the iiirinur linn ol f.'l, en.. and
dlabiiravmeuu, and in lavur nl Lain Whlla ami
a . 1 1 1 -1 1 1 1 ah ir.i iiaiiiud ilelumlHiila, M.ili. a
A. ilitrtman and K. M. Ilnrtiiian, Inr me um of
Until, Willi InUre.i at lh ratenl lu p r unii.
r annum Irnm tlie'Alnl day ol Mareh, Isu;, ul
tlielutllier.uinoi.ini, aa atlnrney'a lee ,, mid
tu liirthur .inn ol Ilu, uuataaud 'll.biir.tim juib,
ml tn m.ti ol and upon Ihl. writ, en miiaml-
nut in to man mie oi in niiowiii deaorrivd
We aro hoail.iuartcrs for Lightning ico Cream Kivoitm,
Sort'on Doors, Window Sciti'iih, tihlicr Hoso, Lawn Mowers,
Lawn liaken, Wire Netting, Luhrieating Oils of all kinds,
UaM.it Motal ami everything in the hartlware lino at prices to
suit the times. Also solo agents for Simonds' celehratod cross
Main find Fourth StH.,
rrii'iiil. It i- uniformly
hfickai'hi'H lii'iiiliicheH nml
and nliorti'tiH n womnn'M
U'Htify fur it. It will jjivo
The vory reiiiiirkiil.lo nml certain relief iv
ii woman l.v MOOKK'S IMiVKAI.KI)
has given it tho imino of Woiiiph'm
Htim-HHful in ri'lcitviii tlio
wcakni'HH which luinlun
lifi). TIioiihuiiiIh of women
health ami HtrcnL'th, ami
miiko life a i.lcnmire. FOR SAI.IO HV TIIK
STEWART & HOLMES DRUG COMPANY.
WHITE COLLAR LINE.
Persons who are aubject to attuckg of
bilious colic will be iiIimrwI to know
that prompt relief may bo hail by taking
Cliamberlain'B Colic, Cbolera and
Diarrlima Hemedy. It acts quickly and
can always be dt'ienileij upon. In many
cases the attack may be prevented by
taking this remedy as soon as the first
indication of the dinease appears. 25
and 50 cent bottles for sale by G. A.
There is no danger from this disease
when Chamberlain's Cough Kemeday is
freely given. It liquefies the tough
mucus and aids its expectoration. It
also lessens the severity and frequency
of paroxysms of coughing, and insures a
speedy recovery. There is not the least
danger in giving the remedy to children
or babies, as it contains no injurious
substance. For sale by O. A. Harding,
ROYAL Baking Powder.
Highest of all In leavening
Strength. V. S. aovramat Rtport
real property llunle In th Cuiinty ol 11 i ka
maa, ami Htati ul Or.'Kiin: Hemilng at a
pulut XIII clmliK aoiiin ami 4 S chalua u.irl i f,2"
weat rom thu northeast rornur ul na ICutur.
Allen I. UC.tu tuwiiH-ilfi ll aoutti ol ratuu I
enat of the WllUinetui nmrlilUii, riiu iliiK
tlieuce north ti weal l.m nnaiiia to a one:
ihc n o aii'ith w A went 1 eliaiua lo a l i e.
liienee ariultinl4V eaat 1 r. I iliniii.ti a o .rne
u Melli-a A. Ilnriinaii a inii'l; thancp north 'i'
I:,1 earn 'i clialua aloi.K .Me.lua A. II liniu'a
laml to the plneu of l khi'iIiiv. coiuaiiiliiif one
lourlh ot au acrt mora or l"a;Hiiil amo that unrt
of tho Ii. I c. ol hiek.el llnruiiirvi ilu
crlU'l aa nl ilin No, 111 lu towuahlpa .'i a nl li
aouth raiwu 1 eaat ol too W 1 1 1 .mutt j nmriOl ui.
an I l)"Ki i. nl iif at a p ilut Imi ro la out i ol tno
uortlieam cor er oi ani l ia nl cla m, niuul.-K
ihenee weat is 17 'i roila, Iheir o nun I U'j ro ia;
thviies ea.t 1 rV'i rml-i the :j north 112 ro a;
theiieaeHBt ll2ri-; thjii''e aouth ilroda; thciiee
eitWI roia; theme north Ml roila lu Um p acj
of Ijck i nn I ii l(, co lal ii I n k "U nciu. mora or lem.
Now, thvioiore, i y vlriua ol Haul txtmi ion,
juilgineiii onlur aii'l doer jo, ami iu eiiiupluuio ,
witu IhocoiiiuiaiKl lunnlil writ, I wlll.oi n.i
iinlny, Hi nih day of Annual, IM'Jii, al tlia hour ol
1 o'clock V. M., nttli Iroiitiloorol th lion 4y
C Hirt Iloua : lu th i city of OrcKon Ciiy lu nul l
county and atnte, aell nt punlio auction, aohjc t
to reduuiptl in, to the IHKhant hlil lor, lor U. H
KoM eolu, c.h In hau l, the real propert ' II r t
tijoreileai riun, ann all the riKht, title anil In
tere.t which the defendant, or either nl them,
and which any peraon clalmltiK uiidur thuin, or
undor any or altiier of ttiuin, had ther jln o.i thu
'ma dav oi ruuruary, WM, or nave or hai lm i
aeijiilred thurolu or thcre'-o, ami alio the r nl
property laBtattovedeacrllied and all the rluht.
title and Interest whici tlio aald delandaita, or
sillier ol them, aud which any peraon olalmlng
undor them, or under any or either of them
had therein on the 80th day ol Nov mhor, lrut,
or haveor had aiuue aeijulrd therein or the'
to, to aatlaly aald execution, Jud fineuta. order,
decreet, Interest, ooataandall acoruluir co ih;
the prooeeda ol the aale of the parcel of
laud llrat aooveduacrlbed to be applied Hint to
tho payment and diieharae of th JudKine ii re
covered by aald I L. Whit aitalnal the aald K.
M. Hartman and Mellaaa A. Ilartman, ami ti.e
com and expenaoa ol making auch aa e and
lilt, aud the proceed ol the aalv ol the nam il
of land laat above deaclhod be applied flrt to
the payment ol the JiidKiiieut lu favor ol the
said laam While airaluat the aald K. M. Ilnri-
Dian and MellNHa A. llartrnan and the ooais and
extieuana of making audi aale aud lull, aud
after auch judgment aniiii nave huen antall. rl,
than to the payment ol the Judgmeiit lu Invor
nl the auld I. U Whlto, until the aamc ahull
have bean fully paid and dianharKid, II aul
fleient tie realliea from aueh aalo.
Dated, Oregon City, July A, IH'.I
K. (!. MADDOCK,
flherln of Ciackauiai County, Oregon.
By N. M. Hooor, Deputy. 7-1U.S 7
Sts. Telephone and Bailey Gatzert.
Columbia Rlvor & Pugot Sound Navigation Company.
Alilcr Street Dock, 'JVlcjihcmo No.
i,ixtmTt'm iavj j. v
Portland, Astoria and the Ocean.
Teli'phono leaveo Portland 7 A. M., daily except Sunday. Telephon
Ioiivl'h AHtoria 7 l. M., daily except Sunday.
Huns direct to train for (JlatHop beach and connectH with Str. Ilwaco
for Ilwaco trains running to all points on North beach.
Cailey Gatzert leaves I'ortlund 8 V. M., daily, except Sunday; on
Saturday 11 P. M. Leaves Astoria daily at GA!) A. M., except Sunday
and Monday; on Sunday 7 P. M. Connects with all trains for Clatsop
beach and Ilwaco beach.
This line has a boat connecting with both beaches, returning from
Astoria every night in the week. n o SCOTT
E. A. SEELEY, ' President.
Thle Famnne Remedy mirea qulrkly, permanently all
nervoua iliaeiiMia, Wuiik Memory, Wa ol llrnln l.iwi,.
Heiulluihe. Wnkoruinuaa. I..a Vliuiitw. Miui.ii. '
dl'"'"". Inipotoncy and waatlnv dlneaaiia oauaed h
U(iulhtul'mmnrexaur$. (Juiitaliianoupluuia. laa nerve Ionia
anil l blood builder. Makeatlie palaand puny airimir and plumu
rlipald, lc4rhaterlltrnoiiariintrnormnnrtirrunil..l. Writ...
r.'J medlrul lunik, analed plain wranner. Willi tA.l.lm.,m.i'.
niianelnlatntirilita. Nn rhnrtje frrmntHnHima. Hmttmot tmlliw
Miaraaaraaaaava aatuco., ..i.T-r..,..tl
u.i. liana. a.uibr.arai
liorialelnOregoui;itr.oreg.,b CUAUMAN CO., lrugiata.