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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY SEPTEMHEll 2T, 1903.
What l-earal Metkoda Applied to Med
ical Practice Wmlil I noover.
Now that I mi through with modr
dne 1 can speak of the profession In
fashion that 1 would not If I was stit j
In the prnetUv." said a gentleman M
bas boeu known as a successful physi
cian In New York for yours as be sat
at luncheon In the Lawyers' club.
"Of course I don't care to have my
name mentioned, for I have lota of good
friends In the profession, but the fact
a that the profession of medicine would
be nearly ruined If It had to be con
ducted as you Kentiemen of the bai
practice your calling-.
"We have a great advantage over
jwc for you In your cases are subject
ed to the extretnest publicity, while we
tn our cases have the utmost conceal
ment Just suppoee that In our cases
we had a judge who knew as much as
or more than we did presiding over out
actions and, worse than that, had an
other physician, whose Interests were
not ours, watching and criticising us
at every step and blaxonlng every er
ror that we made. Pear me. such a
prospect as that would frighten th
best physician who ever rived the mo
ment he entered sick room, and yet
that condition la Just .what you men
of the law have to face in every case
that you try.
"What sort of a figure would a law
yer cut floundering around in court
without any knowledge of his case?
But a physician can flounder mentally
In a sick room without a second person
being the wiser, though the patient
may suffer; but. then, 'dead men tell
"Under such circumstance of doubt
which la usually Ignorance, the physi
cian can look wise, pot something Into
the patient's stomach, go to hi office,
decide what line of experiment he will
follow, return the next day, hoping to
find that nature is working the cure
that he doesn't know how to effect, and
being ready and willing to take all of
the credit that comes his way.
Why. the very first thing that nurses
are taught Is to observe the utmost se
crecy about doctors' blunder. If they
told what they know there wouldn't be
ranch confidence in physicians where
they are heard. Ask a nurse of expe
rience about this when yon have the
"Tea, sir. I repeat that the publicity
ttd chance for criticism In your pro
fession. If applied to medicine, wonld
molt In the discovery of a amall
amount of science aa compared with
the large amount of smplrteUun." New
WOMEN WHO PO'SET'
lmcr Ttuat Is Halatalaed VT
Artists Abost Their Sfadele.
Every artist keeps to his studio
Bttle book that he guards moat sacred
ly. It contains his list of models. In
ome art studios of New York the
"model book" contains 500 names of
men and women who earn their living
by posing. The betrayal of a single
name by the artist would Injure hi
reputation with the craft and make It
difficult for him to employ the better
class of models.
The chief reason for thla secrecy la
the fact that the outside world Is prone
to look askance at professional models.
Host of them, however, are perfectly
modest and good women, whose bual
. pes, though apparently violating the
'tetter of morality, preserve Its spirit.
In fart, behind the model's professional
career Is fjttle but the commonplace.
'American model are characterized
' fey the same qualities of self respect
and Independence as American art The
principal fault artists and Illustrators
find with tbem is their lack of expres
sion, but for beautiful figures and per
fect feature they are unexcelled.
The best models In the world are
found in France and America, where
the most general intelligence prevaila
in the class from which they chiefly
come. In America many of them be
long to middle claaa families who have
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,)
Lccab lOf.Niy. j
Frank J. Cheney makes an oath tha
he is the senior partner of the firm of F.
J. Chaney 4 Co., doing business in the
City of Toledo, County and State afore
said, and that said firm will pay the sum
of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each
and every case of Catarrh that cannot
be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrab
Cure. , FRANK J, CHENEY,
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this 6th day of December,
A. D. 1896.
A. W. GLEASON,
seal rotary public.
Hall's Catarrab Cure la taken inter
nally end actB directly on the blood and
mucous Burlaces of the system. Send
for testimonials, free.
F.J. CH ENEY, & CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
First Church of Christ Scientists,
Garde building, corner Seventh and
Main street". The subject of the ser
mon is -Unreality." Children's Sun
day school meets at 12. Testimonial
mulini UYMnrmln v eveninir at 8 o. D"l.
Reading room open Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Saturdays lrom z to 4 p. m.
Next Sunday will be Rally Day at the
Congregational church, la connection
with the rally exercises the tnought of
"Harvest Home" will also receive at
tention. The church will be appropri
ately decorated and the morning and
evening theraea will be in harmony with
the season of the year. The pastor
hopes to see all in their places again.
There Is a welcome for strangers and
plenty of room for new comers.
The Enterprise $1.50 per year.
A L ' , .
Miny a child
has lcen fooled
bv the atorv of
the pot of gold which
to ne ton ml lust at
the foot of the rain
bow, and has started
out to (rather riches
full of happy dreams.
Many a ' man and
woman have been de
ceived by the tale that
there was health to be
found out bevond the
sunset, and they have
started out dreaming;
of a healthful future,
never to be realiml.
People who have tried change of cli
mate in vain for the cure of weak lungs
have been perfectly and permanently
cured bv the use of Dr. Pierce'a Golden
Medical Discovery. It cures deep-seated
coughs, bronchitis, bleeding lungs, ema
ciation, and other conditions which, if
neglected or unskilfully treated, find a
fatal end in consumption.
"Uit spring I had trrtn attack of pnea
moma which left wie with a very bad cough,
and alio left mv lung in a wv bad condition,
wtltca John M. Russell. Ksq . of Breol, Cherokee
Nat., lnd. Tv "1 had no appetite and waa an
weak I could scarcely waik Mv breast was sK
core with running sores 1 cut two Nttlra of Pr.
Pierce Golden Medical insooverv. which I be
lieve aaved my life. I cuiiuot eiprraa my grati
tude to you. 1 am able now to do Tery food
Anv substitute ottered as "just as good"
as "Golden Medical Discovery" is a
shadow of that medicine. There are
cures behind every claim nude for the
Discovery," which no "just as good"
medicine can slio-v.
The People's Common Sense Medical
Adviser, a book coiU.iiuiui UxiS pages,
is given awav. Seu.l 31 one-cent stamps
for expense of muilitu 'rv- fr the
in paper covers, or 31 stamps for the vol
ume bound in cloth. Address Dr. K. V.
Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
Oregon I'ltT Market Report.
Wheat No. 1,72 to 78c per bushel.
Flour Vallev, M 25 per bbl. Hard
wheat $4.75. Portland, 1.10 per sack;
Howard's Best, $1.05 per sack.
Oats in sacks, 90c per cental.
Hay old Timothy, bales, 111 per ton
loose, 9 per ton. Clover $9; Oat, 19;
mixed bav, $9; cheat, $9.
tiiit,,rt-rtran. 121.00 per too.
shorts, $22.00 per ton ; chop, $20.00 per
ton, barley, rolled, $23.00 per ton.
Potatoes 60c to yuc per sacs..
Eggs Oregon, 22c to 25c per doxen.
Rutter Ranch. 40c to 50c : creamery,
50 to 57Si'c per roll.
California onions, ll.WJ percwi.
Dried apples,6c to 7c per Ih,
Prunes, (dried) petite, 3c per lb; Ital
ian, large. 6c per lb. medium, 3c;
Cabbage (new), 40 to 80c per doien.
Green peas, 2c per pound.
Tomatoes. HO to 35c per box.
Apples, 40c to 60c.
Peaches, 60 to 76c per box.
Dressed chickens, 10 to 12 c per lb.
Livestock and dressed meats; beef,
live, $3.00 to $3.50 per hundred. Hons,
live b to 6 cts; hoge, dressed, 7Jsc;
sheep, $2 to $2.25 per bead ; dressed, 5c ;
veal, dressed. 7 to 8c; lambs, live,
$2 per head ; lambs, dressed, 6c
Fire at the Vetch Damascus creamery,
three-quarters of a mile fiom Boring,
about noon eunesuay, urn uiun
thenmonntof $18,000 to $20,000. The
flames were started by a spar from a
threshing machine, ownea uy a msu
named Clesgle, about 12:10, and in the
of facilities for fighting
tbem bad full sway. Two barns were
burned with 300 or 400 tons of hay and
3000 or 4000 bushels of grain. Mr. Clea-
gle took his horses lrom me iorenin.
machine to remove property from dan
ger and thereby incurred the loss of his
machine, valued at $1500 to $1800. The
insurance on the barns and contents
was only $1500
Chas. Wright, the Main street tonsori-
.!; Jim. nnt Kj.II ova in thfl aide, door
scheme as a means of entering his place
of business ant ubb empioyeu carcoici
to establish a direct entrance to his shop.
For a number of years the only entrance
to Mr. Wright's shop was through a side
door that was obscure and not readily
noticed by a stranger in the city.
In the Circuit Court of the Btate of Ore-
fon, for the Countv of Clackamas,
on n J. Jones Piaiiitiil,i
Rosa Belljones, Defend'!.)
To Kosa Bell Jones, above named Defen
dant. In the name of the Stat of Oregon you
are hereby required to appear and answer
the complaint tiled against you in the above
entitled suit in the above named Court on
or before Friday, November Bin, 13, the
same being six weeks from the lirst publi
cation of this summons, and you will take
notice that if you fail to so siear and an
swer said complaint, tbe Plaintill will ap
ply to tbe Court for tbe relief demanded in
said complaint, to wit: That tbe bonds of
matrimony existing between you and 'lain-
..(I fr.. rfi'tju.lirAd
This summons is publiihed by tbe order
... r in a . . II .1 n t .1 ( . 1 .
Of trie rion. 1 nos. a. jii;oritio, 4 ui;c ui
Fifth Judicial District of the Htate of Ore
gon, in the Oregon City Enterprise, a
r.uar.atr nl crotiml ei rrn latinn in
Clackamas County for six successive weeks
commencing Jnday. Bepiemner aw, r.m,
and continuing to and including Friday,
November Jth, I'ti'i.
GEO. C. BKOWNEI.L and
HOWARD M. BKOWNELL,
Att'ys lor Plaintiff.
Notice to Creditor.
In tbe County Court of the Htate of Ore
gon for Clackamas County.
In the matter of the estate of E. W
Notice is berebv jriven that the under
signed has been appointed by tbe County
Court of Clackamas County, Oregon, ad
ministratrix of tbe estate of E. W. Ham
All uersons having claims against said
estate are berebv notified and directed to
present the same to me, properly verified,
as by law required, at tbe oflice of O. W,
Kastharn. over the bank of Oregon City, in
Oreiron City, Oregon, within six months
from tbe date of this notic.
HAKAH A. HAMMETT.
Administratrix of tbe estate of E. W
O. W. EAoTHAM,
Attorney for Administratrix.
Dated this 25tb day of Bept. i)S.
In the County Court ot tlm Stale of Ore
gon, lor the Countv of Clackamas.
In the Matter .l lh Uiianliaimlilp of
Irwin l.Ue tionlon, a Minor.
Now on this dsv conira Andrew Oordon,
the guardian ol lit estate of Irwin l.e'lle
liordon, a minor, ami tiles his duly Yenned
IH'titton in tlir alHive Court and asking tor a
license to sell the following described real
estate belonging to said ward, situated 111
tlie Stale of Oregon, and described as fol
lows, to-wit :
Ao undivided one third Interest III tb
northwest .iirter of tbe southeast quarter
ot Section :Ui. T. :t, S U ItW.ol the Will
amette Meridian ill Tillamook County, Ore
gon, containing 40 acres, and subject to
lite estate of Or. John Oordon.
. An undivided one third interest in tlia
northeast quarter of lb northwest quarter
of Section Iti, T. 12. S. 11. 7 W. of tlie W ill
. u.;.ii.. ... 1 j.ttiiti(iiir 40 acrea.
and subject to lbs lit rslats of Or. J oil 11
An undivlde.) onaOilrtl Interest In Lots
I, 2, 3. 4 and ft. In Block '.V, in Peninsular
Addition No. 2 to tha City of Portland. In
Multnomah Countv, Oregon, and subject
to tha hie estate of Dr. John Oordon.
The petition represents that It 11 neces
sary and expedient that the Interest which
sain minor nas in sain real c"im . .
and it sppeanng that John Oordon, t aro-
, ; . . , , ...... li.. I I
una irwin iioniou aim jmin i.wnu -don
are the next of kin of said minor, and
tbe Court being lullv advised, It is ordered
and decreed that said next of kin, and all
persons interested in the estate of said
minor, be and appear in tha above entitled
Court on the 2Mb dav of September, 1'HO,
at the hour ot 0 o'clock A.M.. then and
there to show cause, if any exist, hy said
license should not be granted.
If personal service ol Ibis order cannot tie
had uinm said next ol kin. it is further de
creed that a copy ol this order be served on
..1 .., ..r bi' ku .uihllpBtt.iii In tha Ore
gon Clt) Enterprise, a newspaper published
i'i.ki.,Ma ruinttv Oregon, tor three
auccesive weeks t elore said date.
Thob. K. Ktas,
County Judge of Clackamas County.
Dated Aug. 25, I'.Htt.
H E. Cross. Attorney for Guardian.
In theoircuit court of the slate ol Oregon,
lor the county of Clackamas.
Alice Dumas, I'laintilf,
James M. Pumas, Defendant.)
To the defendant James M. Pumas.
In tbe name of tbe State or Oregon, Yon
are hereby required lo appear and answer
the complaint tiled against you in tbe above
entitled court and cause on or belor the
24th day of October, lmtf, and if you fall so
to appear or answer w ithin said time the
plaintill will apply to the court lur the re
lief prayed for in said complaint, lo-wil:
That tbe bonds of matrimony existing be
tween tbe plaintill and defendant be dis
solved am! fur general reliel. This sum
mons is published pursuant to an order
made by Hon. Tbos. K. Kyan, Judge ol the
County Court of tbe Stale of Oregon for
Clackamas County, made and entered Sep
tember loth, tuttf. Th time perscribed by
said order for said publication is once a
week for six consecutive weeks, tbe lirst
publication being September 11, 1'Ai.l and
Ibe last on October 23. l!j:t.
Attorney for I'laintit!.
In the Circuit Court of th Btata of Ore
gon, for Clackamas County.
Maud Harris, Plaintiff, )
L. E. Harris, Defendant. )
To U E. Harris, th above named de
fendant: In tbe name of tbe Stale of Oregon, You
are hereby required to appear and answer
the complaint tiled against you in the
above entitled suit, on or before the 24th
day of October, A. D. l!Jfl, and if you fail
so to appear and answer said complaint on
or before said date the plalutlt! will apply
to tbe Court for the relief demanded In her
complaint in said suit to wit:
For a decree against you dissolving the
bonds ol matrimony beretotors, and now
existing between said plaintill and yourself,
and allowing her to resume her maiden
name, and for such other and further reliel
as may be equitable.
This summons Is published by order of
the County Judge of Clackamas County,
State of Oregon, duly made on tlie loth day
of September l!Sj: directing said summons
to be published once a weea lor six succes
sive and consecutive weeks in the Oregon
City Enterprise, a weekly newspaper pub
lished in saiu uoumy anu oiaie, in nrsi
publication to appear in the issua of said
newspaper on me 11m as 01 oepieniDer
V. K. BTROUE,
Attorney fur Flaiutilf.
In the Circuit Court of the Htate of Ore
gon for tbe County of Clickamas.
Minnie F. Cooer, Plaintiff,)
W. J. Cooper. Defendant. )
To W. J. Cooper, above named defendant.
In the name of the State of Oregon, you
are hereby required to appear and answer
the complaint filed against yon iu the
above entitled suit, in the above entitled
court, on or before Friday, November
6, V.M, the same being six weeks from
the first publication of this summons
and you will take notice that if you rail to
so appear and answer said complaint the
plaintiff will aptdy to the court for the re
lief demanded In said complaint, to-wit:
that tbe bonds of matrimony existing be
tween you and plaintill bs dissolved.
This summons is published by the order
of Hoti. Alfred 8. Stars, Jr., Judge of the
Fourth Judicial District of the Slate of Ore
gon, in the Oregon City Enterprise a week
ly newspaper of general circulation in
Clackamas County, Oregon, for six succes
sive weeks commencing Friday, September
Zr, VJfti, and continuing to and including
November , l'Jfl.
OEO. C. BKOWNELL, and
Attys. for I'laintilf.
Notice lor Publication.
Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878.
United Btates Land Office, Oregon City,
Oregon, Hept. If, 1!j3.
Notice is hereby given that incompliance
with tbe provisions of the act of Congress
of June 3, 1878, entitled "An act lor the sale
of timber lands in tbe States of California,
Oregon, Nevada and Washington Terrl
lorv, ' as extended to all the Public Land
Htatea by act of August 4, H'r, Henrietta
Krown, of Albany, county of Linn, Hta e of
Oregon, has this day tiled in this oflice his
sworn statement No. J21 1, for tbe purchase
of the K'A HK'i and HK4 NE of Section
No. 2i In Township No. 5 H, Kange ."j. :t K,
and will offer proof to show that the land
sought is more valuable for its timber or
stone than lor agricultural purposes, and
to establish his claim to said land belore
the KeglBter and Keceiver of this office at
Oregon City, Oregon, on Thursday, the
l'lth day of Decern tier, 1!WI.
Hhe names as witnesses:
Julius C. Burke, of Portland, Oregon;
Edward Kurke, of Portland, Oregon; Nar
cissa E. Kail, of Portland, Oregon ; Thomas
Devine, of Portland, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely
the above-described lands are requested to
hie their claim in this ollice on or I fore
ALOEKNO.N ti. DKKHSEK,
K. L. Hoi man, leading undertaker
Oregon City, Oregon. March 27-tf
vu u i: or amwi-wmiiht.
Tor lniiririit JUi
mn-ft IVimm the- Wtiulherly t.lav
ol I'inii irre i tliv
I.tnool' I llr itllt alrrrt. r'-
Notice is hereby given that the Council of ,
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fiiv 1 ir.L'nn. ai a aieeiiDK hi
. . - ... 1... llkll 1 iu' ..Mil
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the 2nd day 01 nepiennwri i -v.
the assessn'ient bv ordinance No. 2!tor tlie
Improvement of Jackson Street Imm the
Southerly line ol Filth Street to lbs South
erly line of Thirteenth Street In Oregon
Oii'v Oregon, In Hi manner provided by
Ordinance No. 2 upon each lot, part ol
lot and trad ol land henelllted, lo be a lol-
At Block Name
1 1V2 Oregon City.
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. i:u hi)
. 1011 r2
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. 71 2S
. Ill 50
. 114 tKI
. 71 27
. 1211 44
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2 K2 Oregon City
8 l.VJ Oregon City
4 l.VJ Oregon City
1 l.VI Pan Lyons
2 U;i Pan l.)ons
8 l.SS Pan l.vons
4 l.VI Pan Lyons
1 lftl M. It. Howell
2 154 M. K. Howell
lf.4 M.K. Howoll ...
1 l.V) Susan McKee Kst. .
2 l.V Susan McKee Est..
;i l.V Lena ltigler
4 1,V Lena Kiglor
1 l.'xl Charlotte Dresner..
2 15 ltonj. Jaggar
a lfxl sunset Laud Co. ..
4 l.'xl Sunset Land Co... .
1 l')7 Minnie Orahaiu...
2 157 August lluldeu....
3 I.S7 Fraud NVIch
K'u of 4 157 J P Homier
Vt ol 4 157 Maggie Cross
Fsol 1 158 Margaret Scott
WS, of 1 1"S J. W. A Ann Jones
Wi, of 2 15S J. W. A Ann Jones
Klsof2 1M Margaret Scott
F.l of 3 15H F. Matlhiea
1 10 (HI
Wi. of 3 158 I-. O. Moore
W, o(4 158 L. O.
Moore. . . .
K of 4 158 K Matthlea ....
F.'v of 1 lfilHieoA M F. KodtUway 212 47
W la of 1 150 W. W. Mvors 84 71
Wi, of 2 1511 W. W. Mvers 140 51
of 2 15!i Ceo A M r! Kwldawayias 112
S l.Vt Oregon City :d ,,)
4 l.VI Oregon City I'1"
! I 13 Oregon City I''7 27
tl hv't Oreaon City -H' 72
7 Hvl John Welch M 'M
5 Kl John Welch. .. 221 X
S i O, J. Trullinger 171 M
li UH 0. J. Triilltuger . . . I" ii'l
7 i-t Allison Teas Il. U"
a VA Allison Tease 70 S'i
(1 lift Fred Mever .VI
ti li'A Freii J. Meyar 7 I :ift
7 Hift O. H. Diinick 70 Hi
K 0. II. liimick lol U
5 l'i James W. i'hass I1" 72
ti Hl James W. Chase iw '
James W Chase til -4
liKl James W Chase 104 IS
HI7 K K TO Howell .. HrJ 07
HIT E E A T C Howsll . in W
KIT I" K VcCiee M 47
lirj I' F Mcliee l' W
A (aniline (Irailer ... lit 711
Sol5Hi8 Caroline Orazier . . 112 Mi
NUofSliJi Fanni (1 A KaU I
Porter 32 i
I'M Fannie 0 A Kat I
l'Ci Dan Lyons 12i I ft
li3l Oeo Jackson l"ft .V
Its J D Henner ta HI
Its J D Kenner 1 Ml
170 Ed K Wbitluck lift 2"
170 Kd K Wbltlock 71 4i
170 Ed It WhltliKk 7ft .VI
17D Kd K Wbitloca M 2
A statement ol aforesaid assessment has
been entered In the docket ol City l.lftis,
and is now du and payable at the olllce of
the City Treasurer of (iregnn City, Oregon,
in lawful money of tha fulled Slates and if
not paid within twenty (2i) days from the
lirst publication of this notice such pro
ceedings will be taken for the collection of
the same aa are provided by tbe Charter of
Th above assessment will bear Interest
20 days after the lirst publication of this
Oregon City, Oregon, September , I'M.
Hecorder ol Oregon City.
Date of first publication of this notice
Friday, September 11, 1!S)3. Hept IN
In the Circuit Court of the Stat of Ore.
gon for tbe County ol Clackamas.
M.H. Kiley, 1'lalnliH,
T. L. Lawrence and
Fannie E. Lawrence.
To T L. Lawrence and Fannie E. Law
In tbe name of the State of Oregon :
You are hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint tiled ak'alnat you in
lb above entitled Court ami cause on or
before the 10th day of October, V.Hi, which
is six weeks after August 2tli, l!0rt, the
date ordered by the Court for tlie lirst pub
lication of this notice, and if you fail to so
appear and an-wei, tbe Plaintill will apply
to the Court for the relief prayed for in the
Complaint, to-wit: For a judgment on a
promissory note against Delemlants for the
sum of m.V) and an attorney's fee of I'lO.iHi
and for a decree foreclosing a certain mort
gage, executed May 18tb, 18!i7, by T. L.
Lawrence and lannie E. Lawrence to
Moore Brothers and assigned by Moore
Brothers to Plaintill anil covering the
southeast quarter of section live 111 town
ship threes ol range seven E. of the Will
amette Meridian iu Clackamas County,
Oregon, and for the sale of said premises
according to law, and tbe application of the
proceeds to the payment of the amount ol
such judgment and for such other and fur
ther relief as to the Court seems meet and
This Summons is published by order of
the Honorable 1. r. Kyan, County judge
of said County, made and entered on tlie
2ith day of August, KKi'J, and the date ol
the first publication of this Summons is
August 28th, 1!WI, and the date of the last
publication will be October , l!iu."
E. F. ft F. II. Ill LEY,
Attorneys for Plaintill.
Notice to Creditor)
In the County Court of the Htate of Ore
gon, for and in Clackamas County.
In tbe matter of tbe estate of John Alfred
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been apiointed by the County
Court ol tbe Htate of Oremm, for and in
Clackamas County, administratrix of the
estate of John Ailred Htrowbridge, late of
Sandy Post Olllce, Clackamas County, Htate
All persons having claims against said
estate are hereby required to present the
same to me properly veri lied, as by law re.
uulred at my house and larm wlieie 1 am
and have been residing about two miles
East of Sandy 1'ont Olllce, Clackamas
County, Oregon, within six months from
lbs date thereof. Dated, Handy Post Olllce,
September 4, mi.
SADIE E. 8TROWBRIDGE,
Administratrix of the aatatt of John Al
fred Htrowbridge, deceased.
J. A. HTKOWBKIDOE. Jr.,
Attorney for AJmiruairatrix, Portland,
In the matter ol the estate of Pearl Marie
iii-iiimmI a minor
I Notice Is hereby given that, pursuant to
an order ol the o.iunlv court of tlie stale ol
lr gon, lor CU. kanias county, made ami
'entered on tlie .'.Mb day ol Novemlier, I'"1-,
1 will lrom and atier tlu I'llll dav ol Sen
I (ember, 1MVt. proceed to aril at prl.ate sale
I to tlie hlKhral bidder at Mini lius, Chnmber
i t ('.niinierce Hinl llnu. I'mtland, t'reou.
ill t omnierce imiii iuik, imimw.
u the rltjlil, line and luti re.l of Iheaald
isari riiii immv ,,.i n... ,
. 1 .i..l li
1 ,il rea eslale. alllialrd III t laiasmas
coiii'tv, state ol Oiegoii, towlt :
lleg'ninlng 22 ftu chains east of th quar
ter section comer 011 township line west
Bid ill section thirty (HO), In t wnahlp one
(I) south, of rami three (It) east, til th
Willamette Meridian; theiic east 17 'i
chains to Achron's west dn; thenc aoulli
chains to Achmn'a soutli weat corner;
thence east .1 chains In the weat aid ol Ilia
southeast quarter or section thirty C1);
thene aoulli 17 chains Ui Eriukaou's land;
thenc west 2tl.V) chains; thence north 2il
chains to lb place of uealnnlng, contain
ing lorty ( I") acres, mora or leas,
The terms of lh a! lo la aa follows:
The entire purchase price lo h paid I 1
cash, or on fourth In cash and th remain
der In two or In tbre yearly installments,
secured bv mortgage on tha land.
Dated Auittist 21. H"H. Six per cent In
leresl on dslerreu payiuenl.
Sl'SAN II A KTN AllKL,
Onardlan of the ersoii and property of
Pearl Man llartnagel, a minor.
K. F. A F II. HI LEY.
Attorneys lor Onardlan.
August 21, I'"1.'!.
111 th Circuit Court for Ilia Slate of Or
gon, for Cla kamaa County.
John A. lAifqiilst, rialutltf
Susie Lolqiiisl, IMeudai
To Susie Uifiiilst, defemlanl.
In lb nam ol lb Slat of Oregon, You
are hereby required In api-ear and answer
the complaint tiled against you In lb above
entitled Court and cans within six weeks
from the dale ol the Ural ptibli.-alloii of Ihla
iiiiiinons. which itm eiplrea on th 2nd
dav of October. !(t ami il you fall lo so a
lear and answer th plalnlllt will apply lo
the Court for the reliel prayaxl lor in tha
complaint, to wit; lor a decrva thai tbe
bonds ol mairlmony heretofore and now
listing between plaintill and defendant Im
annulled and forever dissolved, and that
plaintill' lie decreed I he care and cuatody of
the minor children Waller, Elal and Mary,
and for such other relief aa th Court may
deem lust and Prupar.
I his siiuimons la published by order of
the Honorahl Thus. F. Kyan, Ju.lKe of li
Countv Court for lb Countv of Clackamas'
and Stat ol Orea-on, which order waa duly
made and ilered 011 th Isth day ot Au
gust, I'.sU, In the abnv entitled Court, and
ih dale ol th llrt publication hereof la
21st of AiiKiist, and the date of Ilia last
piinlicatlon thereof lieliik-2ml day ol Octo
KYAN A (I A I.I.O WAY.
Attorneys for riaintift.
Notice, for I'abKratloB.
Timber Land, Act J tin 3, 17.
I' lilted talra Und Oltli-e, Oregon City
Oregon, Au. 2H. l:m.
Notice la brliy givn that In compliance
with tha provisions of Ih act of Congreaa
of Jun 3, IH7X, n tilled "An act forth sale
of Umber lands In Ih States of California,
Orecon. Nevada, and Wash Ink-ion Terri
tory," as ttemld 10 all th l'uhllc lnd
States bv act of August 4, I "'.'. Dora E.
('.ilea, 0 Portland, roiiniy of M ultnoiuah.
Stat of Oregon, has Ibis day tiled in this
olllce bla sworn statement So. 'C'l, lor th
purchase of th Northeast ol election No
I.I in Township No. 2 S. Hang No. 7 E. and
will oiler proof to show that lb laud
sought is more valuable for its timber or
stone than lor agricultural p'iroea, ami
lo establish bis claim lo said land liefore
the KeiiiBter anil ltecelver of this olllce at
Ore.on City, Or , on Wednesday, Ih 1Mb
day ol .November, rJtl.
She names aa witnesses: Charles Hniith
Charles Osborn, Frank li. Kelly, David I..
Kellv, all of I'urlland, Oregon.
Any and all tiersona claiming adversely
th anove-tlrscrltied lamia are requested to
tile their ulaliua in thisofllc on or liefore
said lxth day of Novemlier. I:U.
Al.iiKKNON ti. DKE.HSEU.
.Hotlre for 1'iibllra tiou
Department of the Interior, I.aiid Olllce
at irejrnn City, Oregon, A ugiisl M, l'i.l.
Notice Is hereby given thai th following
named settler has llleil notice of hta Inteii
tion Ui make linal proof In supiiort ot hi
claim, and that said proof will be mail be
lor the Kegister ami Keceiver, at Oregon
City, Oregon, on September 28, llu'l, vlt:
II. K. No. 144.-H for the SK' See. 2, T S 8
K. 4 E.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence uikjii and
cultivation ol said iand.vii:
Frank Hahell, of Springwater, Oregon
John T. Myers, ol Dodge, Oregon; Oeorgn
llaars, of Oregon City, Oregon; William
Melllen.of Podge, Oregon.
ALOEKNON S. DKEHSEK,
In tbe Circuit Court of th Htate of Ore
gon, for Clackamas County.
Stella A. McCord, Plaintill, j
Waller A. McCord, Defendant.)
To Walter A. McCord, above named De
in the name or the Htate ol Oregon, you
are hereby required to appear ami answer
the complaint tllad against you In the
above entitled suit, in the almve named
court, on or liefore rmlay, Oct. IHh, l!i.'
the same being six weeks lrom the lirst
publication of this summons, and you will
take notice that if you fail to so appear
and answer said complaint the Maintitl
will apply to the court for the reliel de
manded in said coin plaint, to-wit: that the
bonds of matrimony existing between you
and Plaintill be dissolved.
ThiBsuinmons is published by the order
of the Hon, Tims. K. Kyan, Judge of the
County ol Clackamas State of Oregon, in
the Oregon Oily Enterprise a weekly news
paper of general circulation In Clackamas
County, for six successive weeks cotnmetic
ing Friday, Aug, 28, l!Xi:t, and continuing
to ami including uctom-r 11, i:m.i.
OEO. C. BKOWNELL,
HOWAKD M. BKOWNELL.
Attorneys for Plaintill
, AasM-WNiiieiil police.
isotlce Is hereby given that all persons
owning property on Jackson Street from
the Southerly line of I'lflh Street to the
Southerly line of Thirteenth Street of Ore
gon City, Oregon, said properly haviiq
been assessed for the Improvement of Jack
son Street who desire to take advantage of
tne "iiomiiug Act lo pay their assessments
by installments are required by law to
make application to tbe Recorder of Oregon
city within ten days Irosji the lirst publics
tiou of this notice.
Oregon City. Oregon, September 8, 1!K3,
Recorder of Oregon Citv.
Published first tune September 11, l'qo:;,
The Kind Von Haw lm Baiijht
O .A. ft T n T yv
Baari tha A
In th Circuit Court of lb Htai of Ore-
. . ..ll'l..Lai(.Md
gon, lor in 1 ouoij- 01 . .. ..........
tt'ni......iiM t mi.iI Ciiiiii.anv. a
,1 1 1 1 Wlliv.
corporalioii, I laiiuni,
James 1', Meier and Anna Mary
Meier. Ilia wit, 1'i leiiuanta.
To Jainra I" .Meier ami Anna Mary
Meier, defi'mlntilB ahova named:
In the nam ol the Hlal ol Oregon; Yoll
and each ol you ere hereby required to B-
ear and answer th complaint llieu against
...11 In ihe abnv nlllleil Conn ami rauaa
on or lielor lb :isl day ol (Molier, iid;
ml If you fail lo ao appear and ansaer, n
lalntlll will apply to ih I'ouri lor in re
let demanded hi the onuipUlnl, to-wll I
For Judgment agalnat in ueiemiani
amvs I . ,)ieir ami Anna .1117 eieie, , ,
th sum ol I7.VI.isi, tonelher Willi Interest
thereon at lb rat ol 7 per cent r aiinuii
from lb I'lb IV of July. !; lb fur
titer sum ol 7A ' as attorney la; and
for Ih coala and disbursements of Oil
ault: tliat the morlgag glvti liv th said
lelemlants Jaioea r, .Meier ami A una Mary
Mler to th plalnlllt, and dated lb tlih
dav ol February, iHHl, conveying to plaint
lit 'Block No. 72 of I'ruiieland. Clackamas
County Oregon, as security for th pay
ment ol two ivrtalll pro laaory nois given
by h said defendant" James I', at alar anil
Ann Mary Meier In plalnlllt 011 February
II. Imuv each for f I7.VUI ami each bearing
interest at th rat of 7 r cenl per annum
lrom Hi said I'lb day ol February, !). t
ilecreed a lirat valid and roinplel lien up
011 the said real proriy; that aald morl
gag lie line) loaed and th said real prop,
erly Bold umiii eciitlnn, and lb proceed
ol such sale be applied lo tbe aallslacilun of
lalnllll a Judgment hereto, Inciuuing at
torney a Iree, costs and illaliuiseineiita ami
all accruing coals and illsliuraemenla
that Ih proceeds ol th crop 01 rmiiM
now crowing iiihiii said premises Iw applied
tiHin aald Jinlgiuant ; that you and each of
you b Inraver barred ami form Iobh of alt
right, till and Intereal hi and lo lb aald
prmseBml rvery part tneraoi, saviugoniT
th atatiilory right or re.lemplion , max
plaintill Iw Nirmllled lobe-m a purchaaer
at such sale, and that plalulitt liav aurh
other, furlber or dlltercnl relief aa In Ilia
onrl liny aeem ml and iillabl Iu tli
Mils siiniMiooa Is published by Ih or.ler
of lb Honorable 1. F. Uyan, Cuiinly Judga
of th Coiiuly of Cla kamaa, and hlal of
Oregon, ma. I ami entered herein on lb
12th day ol Heplemlier, whlrli oruer
requires publication thereof not a than
Wire a week lor all weeks, and II lea lb
tlm within which lbs delnudanla shall ap
pear and anawer Ilia complaint aa October
Dale ol lirst pul. Iliallon. Hept. IS I'ai).
Dsleol last 1. ul. II. anon, Orl.. I Ct
IIKlHiEH A t.HIr H I II.
Attorneys lor Plalnlllt.
In the Circuit Court of th Htate of Ore
gon, lor th County 01 1 lacaama.
E. C. Uoldvti, Plaintiff, I
Carrie II. Ooldan, Defendant.)
To th delendant Carrt II. Ooldell :
In the nam ol Ih rllale of Oregon. V oi
art hrahy reqn red lo appear and anawer
Ih complaint bird agalnal you In th above
Milled court and raua on or bhr tha
lath day of Heptemtxr, l'H. and If you fail
ao to appear or answer wliliui said tlm.
tii plaintill will apply lo thecouri for the
relief pryl for In aald complaint, to wit:
That the boiula nl nistrtmony cilsllng be
tween tha plaintill and ilelendanl ba dis
aolvxl awarding lo the plamtilf Ih car
ml custody of tb minor children of lb
parliea, and for genaial relief. I bis Sum
mons Is published pursuant lo ao ornar
made by Hon. I hoiiiaa F. Kyan, Judge of
tbe County Court ol Oregon lor ( lacaama
County, mad and uUril Augual 4, listl.
Ibe time pn-acniied by aald order for aald
publication la one a week for aix consecu
tive weeks, the first publication lielng Au
gust 7, I'sti, ami th last 011 Heptmler lit.
II K. SAKi.KNT,
Atuirny lor Plalnlllt.
In th Circuit Court of Ih Htate of Ore'
gon lor Clai kamai County.
Hattl A. Halilstruin, Plalnllir, )
Richard P. Halilslrom, Pefdt. J
To Klchanl P. Salilstrom, Defendant.
In tb nam of lb Hlate of Oregon, you
are hereby required lo appear and anawer
Hi complaint mad agilnl you Iu lb above
ulltlrd court and cans on or bvlora Ih
2nd day of November, I'.ail, which I tha
Urn hied by th order ol publication Issued
In Ih said cans, for anawerlng said 00 in-
plaint, and if you fall to ao aptiear and an
swer lb plalnllir will apply to lb court for
III relief demanded In aald complaint, to
wit: a decree ol th court dissolving Ibe
bonds of matrimony beralolor and now
existing between lb plaintiff ami defend
ant, ami lor a decree awarding lo the plain
till the care, custody and control of Harri
son A. Salilstrom, th minor child of the
plalutllf and delendant, and for such oilier
and further relief as lo lbs court may seem
Just and equitable.
I Ins sum -ions Is published by order 01
tin Honorable John II. Cleland, Presiding
Judge of the Cirnull Court of lbs Slate of
Oregun, for th County of Clackamas, duly
made anil Pled tha lit la day ol MnpUimber,
liajA'l. The date of tlie first publication ol
this summons being September IMih, Plu't,
and the date of lb last publication threol
being the Join day ol Oclolier. usn.
Attorney for Plalnllir.
In the Circuit Court of th Htate of Ore-
fon lor the County, of Clackama
t. L. Adkiiis, Plalntlll.i
Mary Adklns, Defrmlant.)
To Mary Adklns, Ilia aliove-named De
fondant. In the name of tlie Stale of Oregon you
are hereby required to aiqiear and answer
the complaint filed against you In tbe above
entitled anil, in the above named Court on
or belore October .'VI, I!U3, the same being
mure than six weeks from the lirst publica
tion of this summons, and you will take no
tice that if you lail to so appear ami answer
said complaint the Philiilili will apply to
lb Court lor tlie reliel demanded in said
complaint, to-wit: that tbe bonds of matri
mony existing between you and Plainllll be
This summons la laihllshed by order of
the lion Thus. F. Kyan, County Judge, of
Clackamas County, Stale ot Oregon, in the
OregonCity Enterprise, a weekly newspaper
published and of general circulation in
Clackamas County, Oregon, for six succes
sive and consecutive weeks commencing
Friday, September II, and continuing
to ami including Fridav, October '.VI, I'M,
OKO. C. BKOWNELL, and
Howard m. bkownei.l,
Atty. for Plaintill.
.toller of I'lnnl Nctlletnrnt.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has filed iu the County Court of tne
Stale of Oregon for the County of Clacka
mas his linal account as executor of th es
tate of James llealey, deceased, ami that
tbe said court has set Monday the Pith dav
of October, Pm:i, at the hour of 10:10 o'clock
A. M. at the court room of said court as the
Unit and place for hearing objections to
said linal account.
E. O CAU FIELD.
Executor of the Estate of James llealy,
11 EDO EH A GRIFFITH,
Attorneys lor Executor.