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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE PRIOAY, SEPTEMBER I, 104.
: General Mews t
While out walklnu with a gentleman
friend yesterday morning. Mr. M. I
Pfouti saw A large Cougar In the Levens
hop yard just west of town. Tht ani
mal took fright when the men awroached
and ran Into th Umoer near by. Several
men went out with their dogs and at
tempted to track the bin cat. but their
efforts were unsuccessful!. Cougars are
plentiful In the Coast mountains, hut
are not often ivn In the alley. The
last one seen near Pallas until yester
day, was killed by City Marshal J. M.
Grant near the camp ground fifteen or
twenty years ago. Polk County Observer.
The Rosoburg Plalndealer reports a
Josephine County man who has an or
chard of ten acres of apphs that yields
him a lot of money each year; In the
winter he takes out all kinds of gold
beneath his orchard, and when he gets
enough apples and (told, he amuses him
self with catching salmon from a stream
with which he Irrigates his orchards and
waslies his gold. Great country, this.
One of the McFarland boys, living on
Fifth street near the river, had a pet
bear, but now bruin is no more. l-ast
Friday he pulled the stake around which
he circled for the past year and went to
seek other pastures. An alarm was rais
ed and as no one was willing to met the
bear In the open and try to effect his
capture, a rifle was brought and bruin
was laid low. Numerous efforts had
been made to dispose of the bear but
without success. However, his meat sold
readily at 15. :0 and 25 cents a pound
and netted Its owner a neat sum. Grants
In the Circuit Court for th 8tats of Ora
gon, for the. County of Clackamas.
William D, King, Plaintiff,
Carrie E. King, Defendant.
To Carrie B. King, above named defend'
In the nam of the Stat of Oregon you
are hereby required to appear and answer
the complaint filed against you In the
above entitled suit. In the above named
court, on or before Friday. August II,
19(4. the same being all weeks front the
first publication of thla summons, and
you will take notice that If you fall to
so appear and answer said complaint, the
plaintiff will apply to the Court for the
relief demanded In said complaint, to-wlt:
That the bonds of matrimony now exist
ing between you and plaintiff be dis
Thla aummona la published by the order
of tha Hon. Thoa. F. Ryan, County Judge
of Clackamas County, State of Oregon, la
the Oregon City Enterprise, a weekly
newspaper published and printed and of
general circulation In Clackamas County,
Oregon, for aiz successive and consecu
tive weeks, commencing Friday, July I,
1904, and continuing to and including
Friday, August II. 1904.
GEO. C. DROWNE1X.
Attorney for Plaintiff
The cascara balk season Is about over,
though some are still pealing in the coast
counties. The price this year has been
6 and 5.1-2 cents. Ijist year it soared to
17 1-2 cents which proved a great stimu
lus to the cascara bark peeling business.
There was distributed In the cascara
growing district for the bark last year
approximately 1300.000. Though the
price has been only one-third that of last
year, the industry has been the means
of the distribution of considerable money
this year. Activity in the cascara bark
business the past two years has given
rise to speculation as to how long it will
hold out. Ever- time the bark is taken
from a tree, it means death to the tree.
If the tree is of any sixe it Is cut down
before the work of peeling begins. In this
way all the . trees from two to three
inches In diameter up to the largest ones
are disposed of. Only the very young
trees are left. It requires about nine
years for the young trees to grow huge
enough for profitable peeling. But scat
tered through the woods of Oregon, and
Washington are enough cascara trees to
keep peelers busy until the young trees
on the this year's work are large enough
to peel. The largest trees are not over
1! inches in diameter. Independence
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice la hereby given that the under
signed administratrix with the will an
nexed of the estate of Conrad Scnroeder,
deceased, has filed in the county court of
Clackamas county, itate of Oregon, her
final account ai such administratrix of
said estate and that Monday, the ?th
day of August, 1904, at the hour of ten
o'clock a. m., haa been fixed by said
court as tha time for hearing of objec
tions to said report and settlement there
of. ANNA SCHROEDER.
Administratrix of the estate of Conrad
U-REN ft SCHECBEL.
Attorneys for administratrix.
Date of first publication Friday, July
of the the Honorable T. F. It an, County
Judge of said County, ninjle and entered
on the 1 -tit day of August, 1904, and the
date of the first publication iff this
summons is August 19th 1901. and the
date of the last publication will be Sep
tember JOth, 1901.
E. F. A F. H. RU.EY.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
the Circuit Court Court of the Stat
of Oregon for Clackamaa County.
Adolphua Kotiman, Plaintiff,
I.enora Kotiman. Defendant.
To Lenora Kotiman. said Defendant:
In the name of tha State of Oregon:
You are hereby required to be and appear
in the above entitled court on or before
the 3d day of October. 1!0(, to answer
the complaint filed against you by the
plaintiff herein In the above entitle,!,
suit, and it you fall to so appear and
answer the said complaint the plaintiff
will apply to the Court for the relief
demanded therein. to-wlt: that the
bonds of matrimony now existing be
tween the plaintiff and defendant be
forever dissolved. This summons Is pub
lished fm six successive weeks in the
Oregon City Enterprise, by order of Hon.
Thos. F. Rraji. County Judge of Clacka
mas county, Oregon, made and entered
of reeofd In the 15th day of August, 1901;
the flint publication thereof being in the
issue of August 19th. 1904.
II. E. Cross. Attorney for Plaintiff.
August 19th. 1904.
All ktnda of Job printing la dona at tha
Enterprise office. Onr work can not be
excelled In Portland.
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SCHEDULES OF TIME
NOUTIIKRN PACiriC RAILWAY
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r. C. GADKE THE PLUMBER
John fl. Swtherlin is preparing to take
a trip to BanKrancisco in his automo
bile, a distance of about aO miles. He
will leave the later part of this week
and expects to make the journey In live
days. He will be accompanied by his
wife and son and m. Hurd. He may
remain there all winter. Roseburg Re
Terrible plagues, those itching, pester
ing diseases of the skin. Put an end
to misery. Doan's Ointment cures. At
any drug store,
'Meeting of the Board of Equalization for
Notice is hereby given that the board of
equallratlon for the county of Clackamas,
state of Oregon, on the last Monday in
August. 1904, viz. The 29th day of August,
A. D. 1904. will attend at the office of the
county clerk in the court house in said
county and state and continue to meet
from day to day for one week, and pub
licly examine the assessment rolls of said
county for the year 1904, and correct all
errors In valuation, description or quali
ties of lands, lota or other property. It
la the duty of any and all persona Inte
rested to appear at the time and place ap
pointed to examine said rolls and ascer
tain If their property is properly assessed,
and If not to have the proper corrections
Dated this 1st day of August, 1304.
JAMES F. NELSON,
Assessor for Clackamaa county, Oregon.
In the Circuit Court of the 8tate of Ore
gon for Clackamas County.
Ethel Finger, plaintiff,
Max Finger, defendant.
To Max Finger, defendant:
In the name of the State of Oregon you
are hereby notified and required to ap
pear and answer the complaint of the
plaintiff filed in the above entitled court
and cause on Monday, the 19th day of
September, 1904, (that being the day fixed
In the order of court for you to appear.
and more than six weeks after the first
publication of this summons,) and if you
shall fall so to appear and answer the
plaintiff will apply to the court for the
relief demanded In the complaint, which is
for a divorce upon the ground of deser
tion. This summons la served by publi
cation thereof in the Oregon City Enter
prise for six successive weeks by virtue
of an order made by Hon. T. A. McBrlde,
Judge of said court, on the JOth day of
July, 1904, the first publication of this
eummons being made on the 6th day of
J. C. MORELAND,
t- Attorney for Plaintiff.
In the County Court of the State of Ore
gon, For tha County of Clackamaa.
In the matter of the Guardianship of
James Albert Lee. Mary Estella Lee,
and Bessie Lee. minors.
To L. H. Lee. Robert Keltand. and all
others interested in the Estate of said
In the name of the State of Oregon,
you and each of you are hereby cited to
be and appear in the County Court, of
the State of Oregon, for the County of
Clackamas, at the Court room thereof at
Oregon City, in the said County of Clack
amis. State of Oregon, on the 19th day
of September. 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m. of
that day, then and there to show cause,
If any you have, why an order and license
of the above Court should not be grant
ed allowing L. H. Lee, Guardian of said
minors to sell the following described
real estate belonging to said minors
and described as follows:
The West half of the South half of
Section 30. T. 5, S. R. 1 E. of the Wil
lamette Meridian in Clackamas County.
Oregon, containing 160 acres more or
less, according to the petition filed for
Witness the Honorable Thomaa F.
Ryan, Judge of the County Court of the
8tate of Oregon, for the County of Clack
amas, this 15th day of August. A. D.,
Attest: F. A. SLEIGHT.
By F. W. Greenman, Deputy.
II. E. Cross. Attorney for Estate.
August 19, 13043 wks.
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In the I' ailed states, Europe and Houf Kong
Deposits received subject to check Bank
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P J MEYER Caikler.
Near Huntley's Druji Store,
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We do a General Banna)? and Transfer Hunine.
Safes, Pianos and Furniture Moved
Ollioe ()pH)fito Masonic Building
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Telephones OlfiV 1121
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Main Street OR KG ON CITY. OR
In the Circuit Court of the State of Ore
gon, for the County of Clackamas.
Theivsla Welcome. plaintiff,
Klchard Welcome. Defendant.
To Richard Welcome. Defendant.
In the Name of the State of Oregon you
are hereby required to aiear and answer
the complaint tiled agaln.st you In the
above entitled suit on or before the last
day of the time prescribed in the order
for publication of this summons, to-wlt:
on or before the Hthe day of October,
1901. Mild date being the expiration of
six weeks from the first publication of
this summons; and if you fall so to
appear and answer, for want thereof the
plaintiff will apply to the Court for the
relief demanded in the complaint, to-wlt:
for a decree dissolving the bonds of
matrimony and marriage contract ex
isting between the plaintiff and defend
ant. This summons Is published by order
of the Hon. Thomas F. Ryan, Judge of
the County Court of said Clackamas
county, which order was made and en
tered on the 'J'Hh day of August. 1'JOt. and
the date of the flint publication hereof
Is the -d day of September. Wii.
GEO. J. CAMKKON.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed administrator of the state of Uriah
tiannals, deceased, haa filed his final re
port and account aa said administrator
with the county court of the county of
Clackamas, and that the Hon. Thoa. F.
Ryan, Judge of said court, haa Bet Mon
day, the J'Jth day of August, A. D. 1904,
at the hour of ten o'clock In the forenoon
of aald day, aa the time for hearing said
report or objections there to, M any thera
JOHN W. BENNETT,
Administrator of estate of Uriah Dannaia,
In the Circuit Court of the State of Or
egon, for the County of Clackamas.
II. K i-abricius Toy & Notion Co.
Walter H. Keyes and Mary F. Keyes,
To Walter 11. Keyes and Mary F. Keyes,
In the name of the State of Oregon:
You are hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint filed against you
In the above entitled Court and cause
on .or before the thirtieth 30tlu day of
September, 11)04, which is six weeks after
AuguKt 19th, 1304, the date ordered by
the Court for the first publication of
this notice, and if you fail to so appear
and answer, the Plaintiff will apply to
the Court for the relief prayed for In the
Complaint, to-wlt: For a Judgment on a
promissory note against Defendants for
the sum of $710.15, and for a decree
foreclosing a certain mortgage executed
Jan. 27th, 1003 by Walter H. Keyes and
.Mary F. Keyea to H. H. Fabrlcius and
assigned by II. H. Fabrlcius to Plaintiff,
and covering the north half of the south
east quarter of Section fourteen in Tp.
four 8.. of a. five E. of the W. M. in
Clackamas County, Oregon, and for the
sale of said premises according to law
and the application of the proceeds to
the payment of the amount of such
Judgment, and for auch other and fur
ther relief as to the Court seems meet and
This summons is published by order
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We hare removed Into our larger and better building at Main
Twelfth street. We have added con slderable new machinery, and
thoroughly equipped to handle all classes of work.
Building and Repairing of
Saw mill auppllea, shafting, boxes and collars in stock; Babbitt Metal low
and high grades; emery stands, swing saw frames and harbors; pulleys on
hand and made to order. We also do a general machine blackamithlng
business. Plow shares ground and saws gummed.
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For San Francisco Every flvs days at
p. m. Kor Astoria, way polnis and
North Hearh Dally (eirept Sunday) at
I p. m.; Saturday at 10 p. m. Dally
service (water permitting) on Willam
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Ths Oregon Ilallroad Navigation Co
COLUMBIA RIVER SCENERY
Portland and The Dalles
First Class Work.
Twelfth and Main St5.
Oregon City, Oregon
"BAILEY GATZERT" "DALLES CITY
Sir. "Bailey datiert" leaves Portland
7 A. M. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
days; leaves Ths Dalles IA.lt. Tues
days, Thusrsdaya and Saturdays.
Btr. "Regulator" leaves Portland T A.
M. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays;
loaves The Dalles 7 A. M. Mondays,
Wednesdays snd Fridays.
Steamers leaving Portland make dally
connection at Lyle with CUtN, train
ror uoldcndale and Klickitat
C. It. ft N. train leaves Ooldendals on
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at
:J0 A. M., making connection wltA
ateamer "Regulator" for Portland and
C. R. N. train leaves Ooldendals c
Tueadayg. Thuradays and Saturdays at
:J0 A. M., connecting at Tyls with
steamer "Sadie B." for Ths Dalles, con
necting there with O. a N. trains
East and West
Str. "Badls B." leavea Cascade Locks
dally (except Sunday) at 7 A. M. for The
Dalles and wsy points; arrives at 11 A.
M.J leavea The Dalles 1 P. M., axrlTss
Cascade Locks p. M.
Meals served on sll steamers.
r me accommodations for
Landing at Portland at Alder Strsst
H. C. CAMPBELL,
Geo. Office, Portland. Oregon.