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OREGON CITY KNTP.RWUSK, V KM DAY, FKBK'UAlvY 10, 1011.
(Continued From Pago 8.)
Dr. H. S. Mount
John S. Richie I
J. V. Smith
Oregon City Enterprise $375.20
Oregon City Courier 64.00
Wild Animal Bounty.
Wm. Anderson 12.00
Wm. King 2.00
Aug. oison 2.00 I
II. P. Rittner 2.00
I. Callahan 10.00
L. Hlmler 2.00
District No. 1.
A. C. Davis $ 15 35
J. Hartwlg 25.00
C. Counsel! 30.00!
Van Putte . 3.75
L. Derlok 15.00
C. V. Frledrleh 1.75
R. Techert 19.50
A. Splinter 12.00
P. Llmlau 29.00
P. Peter 13.50
V. Premier 15.00
H. Olson 10.00
. Blackburn 23.00
G. Henrirl 21.00
L. Davis 10.00
G. Gwllllm 12.50
O. A. Pagenkopf 2.00
J. Josl 14.00
1). Schon-tiblo 10.00
R. Mattoon 9.00
O. Egglmann 10,00
F. Dluhm 25.00
S. Harney 4.75
C. Muralt 17.50
H. Mlghels .' S.00
P. Mertschlng 3.00
District No. 15.
0 00 Wilson Punka .1 it. Si)
Julia Marlowe's Lady Mao
both and Some Others.
URY GIVES S439
L. Mattoon 23.75
U J nenne,t 175 1 W. Raner 1.25
C. E. Battln 12.50 .... T,,",., , ,
W. H. Counsoll 15.75
W. Groshong S.00
District No. 2.
A. V. Wlrkland $ 4.501 DistHct No. 16.
Walter Jester '. 3.40 jw. 0 u;iml:ilt .:
Wm. Haberlarh 75 wm. Staehely
John V. Bennett 7.00 J Aug. Stuliely ,
District No. 3. ' District No .17.
E. E. Cox $ 5"oiE. M. Babrock
Herb Stamper 12.00 R r Bab.wk'
Will Burghardt 12.00 r,. M j,,,,,,,
W. S. Craft H-00,Ivan pimirk
. . 3.00
. .$ 3.50
. . 3.00
. . 4.35
. . 2.00
. . 3.50
. . 3.00
C. Chrlstisen 11.00 ceo. Mcl-aughlin 4.00
B. L King 15.00 ( Jo, LHrsn 4.00
Rich Stamper 2-00 Jo'.in Robhins 100
Thomas Brown 2.00 lx R Dimiek 8.75
Stanton & Taylor 7.40 ! District No. 18.
District No. 4. Wilson & Cooke $ S.00
Norman Linn $ 7.00 j v. Thomas 2.25
R. H. Currin 7.00 ;F. Kamrath 2.50
Albert Hitching 3.30 , District No. 19.
D. Matson 3-50 'James Adkins $ 3.50
H. Githens 3.50 : Robt, 1.50
Roy Linn 6.25 ; j j Mallatt 3.75
J. Githens 3.50 , Eph Jami,s 17 00
P. Kitxmlller lu.So H A Trullinger
District No. 5. j0hn Darnell . . .
O. Riehey $ 7.50 Wm Kerns
! '"V - V V
I.-- a I
; Iff V ' : " . . 1
TO IS. D. GURK
PROPERTY SOLD AT A PROFIT
BEFORE IT IS DISCOVERED TO
BE SHORT MEASURE.
CONTENTION IS A PECULIAR ONE
Bigger May Appeal the Case Several
Peculiarities That Have
Crown Out of the
: The jury It) tho suit of Mrs. Davllla
Cl.uk against II. J. Bigger for $1100
damages Tuesday afternoon, brought
In a verdict of J 139.99 In favor of Mis.
1 Clark, who purchased a tract of land
at Woodhurn from Digger. Tho deed
; conveyed lUs acres, but Mrs. flark
contended, (hat thero is really only 9.2
' acres in tho tract Judge Campbell
denied a motion for a nun suit Monday
and the rase-went to tho Jury early
: Tuesday afternoon.
: The case Is a very unusual on.
Although lllgger Is made llin ilefnml.
Then) has been a revival this season ' ant. as a matter of fact Mrs. lllgger
of that powerful, weird and Intense ; conveyed the property to Mrs. Hark.
Shakespoarvaa play Macbetli." It la ' :,ml hls to the Jury tho court
. question which character In this , J, (Jh" ,';';';;r 'y?1" "-'
. T . , ; "-ed against Mr. lllgger. the defend-
play, MacNth or Lady Macbeth, r-1 nt. ttl(, jury ,, ..,, .,., .,. ,...
quires the greater study. Lady Mae- was purchased from Hlgger, and not 1 .-
beta has been Impersonated by as 'rom nis wire. 1
! lj 1R..AM . 1
millT nilnrtnr aiimnn m rh. nth.tr 1
JTtLIA UlKLOKl AS LAPT MA08KTU.
THE KING OF CURES
FOR ALL DISEASES OF
SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY C
JONES DRUG CO,
lllgger purchased the property! , ' 'Mt Twenty-ono ' for want thereof tho plaintiff will atf
ihree yearn ago from a man 1 111 nmin 10 a stono ply to the rourt for th
tho relief prayed
cnaracrer nas ooeu oy eminent meu. ; , monument with mist- ihnnea m ; .,. 1. l.. .
. . ... , ,. ii.iiiito 1 iiitiiiimii, nun re i union tne i ,. . , , , . ,...ii.u,iM,, i,m n ,
and this season Julia Marlowe and title until th,. sale of the same land to : V'ur tU rh"1" lnm lKml i Kr a decree dissolving tho bonds
Sothern are having grtat success with ; Mrs. Clark, but prior to the purchase ,lrlv," ground and mound of earth: I of miitrlmony now existing betwoen
the roles. Although Miss Marlowe is ' of the property by Mrs. (Mark, the land k ,lu'm' North feventy-two (72') d.v f the plaintiff and defendant. Thla auui-
not great In the character. sh dlsao-1 '' 80 'd on contract by Mrs. 1 T ';. 11 1 muMn .KtM ""' i '" l published by order of Hon.
pointed some of th crosikers In her
37 Dilnulps west parallel with the
aald Km I PI1I0 Railway Co. right of
way :00 feet, to tho plaro of begin,
nlng. rontalnlng 2.1! acres.
Knld sale to bo on and after Vm
nesdav, March Kth, 1911. at tho offlro
of tieorgo t . Ilniwiiell, t'ailfleld lllilg.,
Hinder ., ,lih n.i.. r... h North line Of a certnlll tract of I IT I'nmiih.ill In, Inn t Iho Clrenll l)r.ii.-,iii Cllv ! .. I.. ..'
' ' "" 1 1 ... ., ... . 7. - . .' i .
07(Ui. The purrhaser paid $14 do down : "' ' n. m. nun w. l ourr. which onier was mane and vn
uiictcn-uiuvu ui ijiuj ..iaco-ia. one ,., .,.., 0.i.-.,- t, ; 1 tiKe ny uihmi rei-ontod nt Pago 278 i.,r..l 11.., ..ih ..r i.-..i.r..r
I , ... . . , , , . , .-" ...... , il. IlieillB. r ..... . . .. . 1 ' ' '(
SU","U lur l""rl ' u'hereiiimn thn Inn.) r.vn.l i...ir i " '"" 1 Kecorus or poena
B. Johnston 12.00 chas Kerns 9 M
Wm. Wheeler 2.00
C. M. Lake 800
A. B. Elliott & Co 1.00
District No. 7.
A. J. Anderson $ 7.00
W. Weingart 100
H. J. Mullholiand 5.00
J. R. Johnson
Fred Howard 16.00
John L. Evans 3.00
H. H. MacDonald 2.00
Fred Kirtchell 2.00
R. P. Wallace 100
Arthur Dugan 2.00
D. N. Trullinger
District No. 20.
tragic lutvnsity and lmperiousness of Mrs. niBer. in disposing of tho pro- 'lir l",Ul Clackamas County, to which
will she did uot compare or even aiv i,rtV t, mn rl.rir th. t ik. .i,.. record reference Is hereby had,
proaoh Charlotte Cushman. who Is . had "already received $1400 was taken ' Thlrty-throe and 33 100 (33.33) chains
thought ny. some to have been the Into consideration by Mrs. Higher, who 1 r ' """" ""'
greatest Lady Macteth of her time, t sold to Mrs. Clark for the balance of ""m"i,, 1 " '" wmam-
if this be tru then Miss Marlowe has ! n a commission of $.'00. 1 lil"er- lh""r,01 Northerly with mw
fallen belowr Janau hek. MiMleska. After holding the land for a few ! " ' . ' , 7 r" "'. . ' r. ' " "
Rlstorl. Genevieve Wanl. Ellen Terry 1 m" J'rs '"nrk sold It for $(M00. ' ,V..' '
and Clara Morris Hut iwlhlT she mak,"K profit of $:.0i). and n i . n . . .
" -la lorrls- Ul" lH,s,1t"y sue , f . of , faet sh sued iiicirnr f..r ,a,u' bounded by a lino Iwglnnlng at
surpassed the nioat recent Udy Mac- j '' u.n as o the ' " Northwest comer of the said IHv
Kussell. wife of Kolvrt Mantell, who , fl)r lll)0 j.lllnKM Hug and Frances Walling; thenco
played Macbeth. ; )s probai.lo that lllgger will np- Sm"h Tw" (r) ,l"'r',M 'I''lr,y :ll,'
Of course In speaking of I-ndy Mai-- real minutes West on a lino Thlrly-ono
ami tiu-ino (31. im) ctiains to itivisioii
incomparable Siddous. None ever ap- ASTHMA! ASTHMA! ' r"rm'r n" ''" North half ami
I 111' CTI7III lllllt 1M IHIIll 1 i 'Hill lllll 14II1U
beth one umst always thluk of the
C. Cannon 4 00
U F. Keeton 4.00
E. Christeson 4.00
j. Rhoaaes i.w , w H wettlaufer
J. Mulderick 3.00 R Rutherford . . .
L. Anderson 2.00
Sam Ancoff 5.50
W. H. Bottemiller
C. Stromgreen 4.00
lS.Oo t rtnwteh.',! her It will lid r.-ftll.w1 i.t l'iwh;iMru jkifhnitt l).u,i."lw uit'im In.
recent playgoer, that Mrs. Patrick "'am relief 'and an absolute cure In i J'mIE5 ."J'n0 ?T T,'lr,-T ,lv'' "a
4.00 Campbell was the Udy XlaclHth to nil cases of Asthma. Bronchitis, and e ' 'h"'',,
son's Macbeth few ";lv rever. told by (IrugKlsts; ma . " " .. ' V. "V
suns .u.Klif-ui a ll .... n . II Htonn IllotlltlllMIlt ttlelli'H nrth
lull, and the tlmn prescribed for pub'
llratlon thereof Is six weoka, begin
nlng with the Issue of Friday. Febru
ary lmh, and continuing each week
(hereafter to and Including tho Issue
of Friday, March 2 II h. 1911.
(iKO. C. IHtOWNKLU
private, sain for cash In html.
Adiulnlstratiir of said Kstato.
CilCdUC.H V. IIHOWNKI.U and Wll,
MAM yTONK, Attorneys.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice Is hereby given Hint thn un
dersigned as eiei nt.ir of thn estato
Attorney for plaintiff. , of Knrl Htuedeman, decensed, haa filed
- - : his final ticcouut as such enoeuliir with
Summons. tt, Cnmny Court of Cluckamna Coiin-
In the Circuit Court of tho Stnto "f y, orauit, and Iho Cimrl basset Mn.
Oregon, for tho County of Clacka-; ,y, tllr, ;;, ,v f K,runryi 19l,
mas. . hi I,H hour nf Inn u L A VI ,,r
Maid day as thn Mum for seitllng the
years au. The last great Lady Mac
beth was Chart
tragedy was given
her farewell appearauce In this couu
try. There may be some living who
.50 I saw Charlotte Cushiimn In the part In
.30 I New Orleans. She was a mere girl
3 5,1 when she played it then.
on receipt of price $1.0i). Trial pack-
otte Cushman. The R0 ' mM rp",B-, Williams Mfg.
.. .i -i , to.. Props., Cleveland. O. For sale
n on the occasion of ,)V IUim(,y nd Jom,s (.()
Wants, For Sale, etc.
a stone monument; thence North
Thirty-one (31") degrees Fifteen II.V)
minutes West Twenty and I'O-lOil
N. A. Kodluii, O. A. Itoillun, and 1-cwls
(i. KihIIuii, Plalnllffs,
James Anderson, Sr., Defendant.
To James Anderson, Sr.
In the namo of the State of Ore
gon, you are hereby reipilred to ap-
said estate and fur 4hn h"arlng of oh
IVated, January Sfilh, 191 1.
JOMKPII F. STIM'.IHCM AN.
Ksecutor of I he Kstatn of Karl Htuede
pear and answer (he complaint filed ;i)1(Im)N K. IIWICS,
against you ill the above entitled suit.
on or beforo the 2."lll day of March,
I'.lll, said date being after tho ex
piration of six weeks from the first
Attorney for F.xneutnr.
(20.90) chains to tho North line of publication of this summons, and If
said Donation I -a ml Claim; thence you fall to appear and answer said
South F.tglily-slx t'St'i') degrees Forty-j complaint for wuiit thereof, tho plain
five (4.V minutes West on North line j tiff will apply to the court for the ro
of Bald Donation Ijtnd Claim Twenty- j lief prayed for In tho complaint, to
threu and 3510 (23.3a) chains to the wit: For a decree thai Iho defendant
w TQnn i'nn Scrlbner iai -ra..ih" .n I., vw ! WANTED Clr! for housework; gisal place of beginning, containing Ono i may be required to set forth tho na-
W . Tenney 4.00 Jack Wallace i.0O nt Ma' M "wn. wages, hiuuire Mrs. U.n M. ldrum. i Hundred Ono and 72-ltmi 0.7:'lacres. , turn of his claim In and to tho S. E.
n r. .. . ' i irK i-irv nn iii-imi 111-0.1 ir ina mil .......... . , ...
j. wesi - o.ay r c-..innn 7 v
G. Evenhoff ...
John Street theater.
District No. 21.
G. Asplund $ 4.00 and the foulest of murders and then '
F. a McGugln 12.50 j R Morris
3-00 E. A. Swanson 2.30 , TMvi to atone by guarding, guiding
1114 Washington St.
i more or less. j of the N. W. 'i of See. 2H. Tp. 1 8.,
Thiil iho enler lino nt nil it fifty l( 1 h' of Hie Wllliiniettn Meridian III
Ijidy Macbeth, according to Miss , WANTKD Young man to take Special (50) foot atrip to be used as a rail- I Clackamas County, Oregon, and that
3 02 j Marlowe's conception, spurs her hus-
1 band on to the blackest of treason
Johnson Lumber Co.
J. D. Abbott
.1SS.15 ; j Slaughter 1.50
Claude Winslow ........
23 '5 , District. No. 22.
W. W. Elkins ...
Godlob Freyrer . .
; Mart Baty
2 0' , Graham Hungate
2 ri0 anu consoling nun.
MaKespearean scholars assert thai
thtl ts nut urnrrniitp.1 In- , that terl
- Nevertheless Miss Marlowe succeeded
In making Ikt conceition of the cbnr
3.00ncter plauslblit- and at times highly
2.00 j- pathetic. . - (
2 on 1 What Women Are Doing.
1 nncess Mtiruza or ttuumanla has
$.'j automobile Course, driving and way rluht of way throut:h tho said 1 all adverso claims of the said defen
repairing, practical experience, com- lands of defendant Is described as dant may be determined by a decree
plete Instructions, big wages, steady fellows: Beginning at a point In tho of this court, and (tint by said derree
work, inquire F. Angeles Auto Acad- said renter lino of tho said railway , It be declared and adjudged that (he
emy, 320'i. Washington St., Room , as now staked out and located upon ! plaintiffs are the owners of tho said
415, Portland, Oregon. j t, ground, which point Is on tho ' premises and that Hie defendant has
l-',77; el, ."I TI North line of te said Donation Laud I no estate, right, title or Interest what-
hiTil Ml SKA. who e or spare time, , (.,ulm (f (;flor Wi Wnlllng and ever In or to said land and premises,
.1 r -no ,1 uruc urinai wi.a on yrnnFvtl Wnling. Tflve Hundred and , ot any -part tl.erm.f. and also that tho
sight. Light work
sample 25c. Moseley Mfg,
ois proms, ..... . iior.ii fii, Vnrth iwiuhiv. 1 itefeniliuit l forever barred from as-
Co-'l 1S1.') deirrees Fortv-flv. 145')" serllnir any claim whatever In or to
S. Oldhan 4.00 ,i,... r.i
v nrW i.00 ! ? . Z..." o!!er 10 Rive ihe WMI necessary to
... v j Al PV lllfKHV l.VV
"j niliiiites East of the Northwest ror-1 said land and promise, or any part
W NTED Old Rubbers Copper and 1 n,'r "f ,ho ""'d lunation iJind (Malm; thereof adverse to tho ptalutlfrs, and
Brass, for which I pay hlghvat price ; 'hence South Thlrly-ono (31") degrees for such other and further relief as
f. H. '.Mauley Seventh Street ' ' Forty-six and ono-half (44') minutes j to canity shall seem meet.
hast a uistance or Movoiuecn itiinureu 1 ins summons i" piniuniinii 17 mu'-i
Geo. Smith 3.00
W. E. Fry
District No. 23.
continue the publication of the French ! MISS ADA BEDWIl.L, agont for La-' Seventy-eight and 4 10 (177H O feel
Chas. E. Oglesby
James F. Oglesby
1 edition of Jus Stlffragll, the official or-
4.00 . pau of the International Woman Suf
6.30 . f.-age alliance.
4.50 i Miss LHah Clarke of Portland, Ore.,
of Hon. J. 1'. Campbell, Judge of said
Circuit Court, which order wa madii
and entered on the 4th day of Kebru
J. Myland 22.00 j j jajrior 7.00 : Tcl" ,)e tne flrst wornnn to be gradual
J. McM enemy 1900 F A Campau 4.00
1 ed from the University of Oregon lu I --
T. J. Bennett
16 00 Grant Plantz
Chas. Carlson 21-00'ross Hillard 2.00
E- Heckel! 18.00 Cha8 WattB
the department of economics. Miss
Erma Miller and Miss Ituth Merrick.
200 ,th In thn ImilriF flfwu 11 rn u.rL-It,,.
dies' Home Journal, Saturday Ev-; to a point; thence on a rnrvo to tho
enlne Post. Oregon City Entornrlse. right having a radius of Fifty-seven
all periodicals. Special rate on Hundred Thirty (57:10) feet a fllslanco 1 ary, 1911, and tho (lino proscrinen mr
Woman Home Companion and of Twenty-seven and 010 (27.r) feet pulillcalloii thereof is six week ho
McClnre's, $2 for the two. tf to a point In the West boundary lino ' ginning with the Issue, of Friday, Feb-
. of a tract of land belonging to Mary ruary lOtn. 1911. anu continuing earn
; k '..l.. .. I ..l.l !.. ' .....nl. H,n.,.afln. B,,l 1 11,'tiwl Inv tlm
Summons ! i.1111117 llllil willill nam mm iiu'ii- 1 w ,-1-n iiii-i,-nii.i , me, ,..', ..'
In the Circuit dun of the State of!1'"""1 T..? , ' ' . V
Oregon, for the Oninty of Clacka-
- - "i mas i 1 iiiii in 1 1
In the engineering department portla'nil Kailwav light and Power : nn"1 nn ,3,r,0) rl",ln" H"""
have registered In the gas engine class. , c0I1K1I1Vi a r,;r'm.Moni pn,ttff, , Thirty-four and 13-101) (34.13)
where practical phases of automobile. vs i Ejist rf tun established Nor
A. Bunee 17.00 f. E Oelesby 9.05 t'"' ore taken up. 1 Arthur L. McMahon and Joff R. Shnw. ! ''.nrP,r
Elmer Phelps 100,Geo. Watts 2.60 M- "auauay or 01. louis Derenilants.
cm t nn a Di"u oj w mc oiiiji wuiiiuu niiiviHy, 10 Arunir 1. .vic.Manon, one or ine
0D' Sam. H. kauffman 4.90 ,,,.-. , ,,, .,M n ,,, ,i,.f..,i..n,a nl,.. '
Hartwig 0f jjPr ju.i!)find a few years ago Mrs.
P. M. Bosch
District No. 11.
John E. Smith
W. W. Smith
J. W. Murphy
Wilson & Cooke
Security Vault & Metal Work
Grant Mumpower 14-CG
Carl Mumpower ' 24.00
J. E. Mumpower 19-00
District No. 24.
,Wm. H. Stuwe
1 H. Cochran
1 Aug. Stuwe
R. W. Ritter
six nnd 2-10 (ulfi.2) feet North
of a point which Is Thirty-one and
of thn said Donation I-and
This summons 1 published or
served pursuant to an order of tho
In the name of the Sta'to of Ore-! entitled court directing the snr-
vice uieieiil ll iiuiiin.uiM'u ui uj m-i-
sonal servlco without tho Stalo of
Oregon made and entered lu the above
Halladny btx-ame a member of the'"": are here'ny required to ap-
t Ann board of dlrertnrs r,f n small rnllrosd l,,ilr an(1 answer U; complaint filed
'-vv . 7 . nlt.u ... in ii. ..i.- nii,i .. 1 uregon mauo
. 6.00 to which he had a large amount "f ;-'";, "f " , , y,h dav ofj entitled court on tho 9th day of Fel)-
, 15J5 atock of doubtful r.lu. Mrs -iT "miXrZ want herethel' ',' ndi:h,1C? '""r
lnresngated the railroad and was the . ,,,, wM, , nt)ovo , requires the said defendant Arthur
' mesis of making such change. In the I ed rmn f()r ,hf, wef n,)mam)C(1 L McMahon. o appear a id answer
-- managemem rnar. rooay mis same ; n (he c,miplaint , to wit .for nn assess- i '", "u,,u L ,m 1,
- 2.00 1 Bt.-u i, ,sid to be valued at more than , nu.nt of the damage which will ro-1 2''h tln "f , "n 7 2
. 10,00 i a quarter of a million dollars . ! suit thereto by rea-ion of the taking : ord"r rellrc bo publication of th
7.00 : Miss Ellen Fits Pen.!!mn, who Is of a fifty (30) f.sd s'rlp of land hero- """""""" ."" , ' 1
sslble i-v-eessor I inafter described, and that upon pay- nm -"" ' '" 1" f riTpn
..j.- . meni l,v th.1. lf,i,i: Irix .niiw f I tiKIrHlH ft Ur.l 1
5 75 : looked upon as the possible
of Miss Hazard as president of Writes-! mnt by this plaintiff Into court of!
ley college, was graduated In that In
stltutlon In tbs clas of 'SO and has In
the damages so u warded Judgment;
be given appropria'ing ald fifty (50)
Attornnyg for plaintiff.
H. Jackson 6-80 i turn been Instructor, profeisor and ! 8,r,I) of ,!,n(1 '" thl8 Plalntl fnr In the Circuit Court of the State of
Ben Jackson ..
She la a native of Westerly,
railway purposes. j 0r(,Kni for the County of Clacka
H:iifl sfrln nt 1'itwl ai-iii(if in he an. I
a I., and took a three years' courw in , I)rot,rint,, ln ,, ,.., Bnd ,hn llin(i I .,mT1H;, u . ,,
,. , , V , 1 Alice i. niiiiiii, 1 .ii.ie-ii 1 1
C. E. Spencer , 1.50 1 Nawnham eolUre, Cambridge, Eng-1 f)f R.ll(1 defendant over.
Chas. Hattan L C. Dick 2.50 bnd. During the administration of'on which said fifty (50) foot Btrlp ; Ml Smtn 'rfendant.
W. E. Mumpower n. c Hondrlck 2 .00 rreawani narara tmrteen nw college, (,r land is located being described as ; To Mac 8mti,, said dofendant;
U H. Mumpower 5.00
Frank Goodson 13.00
Ray Steward 1000
J. C. Holcomb 1 4.00
O. C Crader 11-00
Alford Cerior 11.00,
J. J. Hatton 14.00
District No. 12.
Wm. KIrchem 2.00
B. Swales 2.00
D. Swales 2.00
F. W. Ricbhoff 4.00
District No. 13.
Wilson & Cooke $ 2.75
Andrew Leuthold 3.00
John Nelson 10.00
J. T. Fullam 8.75
District No. 14.
Wilson & Cooke 6.90
Everhart & Hall 125
C. W. Friedrich 3.65 j
B. P. Linn W
G. P. Gibbs 25.00
C. C. Glbbs 8.00
Aug. Splinter 16.00
A. Rene! H-00
F. Uun 15.00
E. Packard 12.00
O. A. Pagenkopf 13.00
H. McCormack 18.00
John Gahler 3.25
H. Johnson 3.00
0. W. Townsend
C. W. Carothers
Gm. Brockart 4.00 physical education.
John Rogle 6.00 !
buildings were opened, beald fivt so- i follows
riery bonsos and addition to two new 1 A strip of land Eighteen Hundred
dormitories. There were also four de- ana Six (1S0G) feet In length nnd
In the nnmo of tho State of Oregon:
You are hereby notified to appear
and answer the complaint filed against
h. I. Kenagy 2.50 ;
Ray Yoder 2.00 j
A. S. Thompson 7.95 j
H. H. Deetz 8.40;
Gigf-r Bros 117.3o j
E. B. Miller 5.00'
Wm. Keillng 7.00
Ernest Thill 6.50
i"" partments created, economics, English j fif,y r'0' fp"t width, being twenty-j you n lho above entitled suit before
3.00 language, astronomy and hygiene and 1 flve (2n' feet on '-ach ldo of the j Apr) lgn, ,( lf you full to
1.1:111.-1 in...- ui nn; r.iiiwny 01 ymiiiuii ,lnHWPr fr wnnt thnreor the piainuii
as the same. Is now located and e-! wm np)y tn tj,0 said Court for tho
iiiiiiniii:u nun exiijiiuiug uci ami rp,,f demanded In said compiaini, to-
across uie inniis or saia noremiani, wit ft dissolution of the marriage con
containing Two and 1-10 (2.1) acres, ! lra;,t now cxHtg between Haiti par
more or less, and being a portion of ' tr!, !in(1 for tnB catody of Maron
pie land of said defendant In tie f Hmlth, the minor child of aald jnur-
ii'-orgc w. waning ana trances wai- rinc(,
! ling Donation Uind Claim In flections ( TnH Hummng H published by order
I 1 run i-i'u u.,1, ronrienn (lu, iwumy ,h iinn 1. it ('ampbell. JUtlgn
..,,, r' '-'') nd Twonty-four (24) In HH(l Court mado and dated Fcbru-
L'cense to Marry was granted Wed- Township Two (2), South of Range ! arv 7tn Th date of the first
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Jvm. Kelllng 7.00 nes'tiv to Agnes TJnrtseh and Ernil ; One (1 , K ast of tho Willamette Merl-; m,Uaillm being February 10th, 19
. S. Thompson 1.35 j Nasstrhn, of Multnomah r-rjunty. dlan In Clackamas County, Rtato of I CROSS & HAMMOND,
'red Stegmann 7.50 1 Minnie Hove and H. 0. Solk. Oregon. Said premises of defendant ' At'torneyg for plalntl
through which salt right of way Is
mq--. hrppds IS a nOOr WaV rieulroil l.i.ln ........ nrltnnlnrlv An.
Herman Kuhnke 4.00 t0 gucceed. Get down to one or two ' scribed as' follows-
Robert Keller 4.00 varieties and give them the best of I A part of the Donation Land Claim
O. I. Miller 2.01 j , I of George w. Walling and Frances
Clarence E. Miller 32.50 1 ca, al col waning his wife. Number 62, Nmifl-
t.j. rn.toi ni.Loi i.-ai ui umtinr 1 r.r. foriincatfl iviitti.
A few minutes' delay In treating
Williams' Indian pile Ointment will I bor 1270 In Towimhit. Two c?.. Souih
nire Blind, B'eedlng and Itching Piles, of Range One (1) Rast of the Wll-
It ab'riig the tumors, allays Itching
some cases of croup, even the length iBt nnre nets s noiiltle in!
of time it takes to go for a doctor, R,anr reMBf Williams' Indian Pile
often proves dangerou. The Bifest ointment Is prepared for Pile and
way is to keep ChamberlalTa Cough itching of the private part. Drug
Remedy in the house, and at the first Fi,R a 50o an(1 00 Williams
indication of croup give the child a Mflr Co, Propgi CieveIand 0. For
dose. Pleasant to take and always iae HuntieT Bro. and Jone Drug
cures. Sold iy all dealers. c0
lamette Meridian bounded by a line
beginning at the Northeast corner of
the said Donation Iind Claim; thence
South Eighty-six (80) degree Forty
five (1.7) minute West along the
North line of said Donation Land
Claim Twenty-two and 34-100 (22.34)
chains to a Btone monument; thence
South Thirty-one (31) degree Fif-
Attorney for plaintiff.
In the Circuit Court of tho State of
Oregon, for Clackamas County.
Gcrtrudo O. Duffey, Plaintiff,
Thomas C. Duffey, Defendant.
To Thomas C. Duffey, the above
In tho name of tho State of Ore
gon, you are hereby required to ap
pear and answer the complaint filed
against you In the above named milt,
on or. before the 24th day of March,
1911, ald date being the expiration
of six week from the first publica
tion of thl summon, and if you fall
to appear or answer said complaint,
Issue of Friday, March 24. 1911.
JOS. B. HEDGES.
Attorney for Plaintiffs.
Administrator's Notice of Final
Notice Is hereby given that tho un
dersigned, administrator, with tho will
annexed, of tho estate nf D. 1 Wol
verton, deceased, ha filed her final
account, In tho County Court of tho
Stato of Oregon for Clackamas Coun
ty, and the County Court ha fixed
the 27th dny of February, 1911, at 10
o'clock, A. M. as tho time when ob
jection to said final account will bo
All person Interested In ald estate
must fllo their objection to said final
account, If any they hiivo, ln said
Court on or before said dato.
LAURA A. FORSIINER,
Notice of Administrator's Sale.
In tho County Court of thn Stnte of
Oregon, for the County of Clacka
mas. In tho matter nf the Estnto of John
.1. Jensen, Decensed.
Notlco I hereby given that pursu
ant to an order of tho County Court
of the Slnlo of Oregon, for Clacknmas
County, tho undersigned admlnlHtrn
tor of tho estnto of John J. Jonson,
will sell tho Interest of wild John J.
Jensen, decensed, In thn anno, which
said real ostato I described a fol
low; An undivided Imlf Interest In nnd
to tho following described real prop
erty, ltuato In Clackamas County,
state of Oregon: A uftrt of the I). L
0. of Peter M. Rlnenrson nnd wife In
T. 2. R. It. 2 K of Ihe W. M. bounded
nnd descrlbod as follows: Beginning
nt a point 309.37 font outh nnd 571.99
foot east of tho quarter section cor
ner on line between section 18 nnd
19. said township and range, said point
holmr also thn most southerly comor
of a tract of land heretofore convoved
by tho grantor heroin to a. 11. naiu
man, running thenco. 43 degrees, 23
mlnutaH east, tracing Iho aoulh boun
dary of said 8. R. Hardmnn trnrt 400
feet to tho most easterly corner of
said tract. Thenco south 40 degrees
37 minutes east 200 feet to a Btako;
thenco Bouth 43 degree 23 mlnules
W. 400 feet to a point bearing N. 43
degree- 23 minutes enst 30 feet, dl
tant from the easterly lfee of h
right of way heretofore conveyed by
tho grantor herein to the E'" 8' '
Railway Co. from which point tho
most westerly coruer of a tt"t n'
land containing 4.80 acre, now be
longing to Charles E. Meldrum boar
Bouth 40 degrees 37 minute E't 30
feet distant; thence north 40 degree
Petition for Liquor Llccns.
In the County Court of tho .st.-ito of
OreKtut, fr t, founty f Clacka
mas. In tho Matter of the Application of
J. L Davis and C. E. Edwards for
a license to sell spirituous, malt slid
vinous liquors In Cnscndu Precinct,
In Clnckaiuns County, Stnto of oro
K011, In lens qunntllles than 0110 gal
lon for the peilod of one tear.
To tho lloiiornlilo County Court above
Wn. thn undersigned, hereby certify,,
that we are residents and legal voters
of Casradn Precinct In Clackamas
County, cireg niul that wn have
been actual residents of aald Precinct
for luoro than 30 day prior tn sign.
Ing this Piililloti; that wo are ac
quainted with said .1 I. Davis and
C. E. Edwards, and we hereby Petition
your Honorable Court to grant them
a llcoime to sell spirituous, malt and
mlnous liquors within said Cnsciidii
Precinct In Clackamas County, Ore
gon, lu less quantities than nun anllon
Tor thn period of ono year, front the
date f if said llcrnnn.
C. Bartsch, E. A. Aiders, W. D. Me
Keen, E. Ileers, . Perret, (!. f. Cox,
It. H. White, J. M. Donahue. O. T.
Ilornstedt. (). Ituegg, j. 11 Allison, L
E. Hoffman, Guatnvn Sluckl, Oscar
iKihlgrln, Chas. Krobs, (ins Finger,
P. It. Grey, A. I. Edwards. 0. W.
Ileera. J. H. Holmiin, it. E. Essen, N.
V. Ijinr, Anton Mlkkolson, W, Dulden
opr, (iuss I.iulrltigson, Herman Hid
derbiisrhn, E. F. Ilruns, It. F. Dlltnrt,
Casper Junker, pete Dulmtr, Davo
Ijllienster, N. P. Ilornett, Albert Rid
derbuscho, P. II. Johnson, James J.
Harbison, R J, Kcvenue, W. Smith,
Theodiirn Fischer, T. II. Fischer, K.
Fischer. J, Hnselwondnr, M Wunlsi-hn,
M. Ilollann, E. Iloltann, M. Periolo,
N. Triibol, Paul It. Melnlg, Harvey
K. Kchres. R. Kaiser, Henry Bidder
liusch. Carl F. Wendland, (ins Dah
reus, A. C. Baumbnclt, ('. W. Cassedv.
Otto H. Molnlg. Albon O. Melnlg, II.
Itlilertiusch. Henry Koch. Josenh Wll-
llg, F. iJingensnnd, C. H. Eilwnrds, T.
11. Milan, A. H .lerger, J. C. Iiu'idres,
H. O. Erl. M. E. KlclnsmlUi. R, Notxot,
J. W. Patterson, (loo. Williams fl
llaiiRliim. L L Russell, s. ('. Osliorn.
twla Hnuglum. Ed A: Jonsrud Pnul
Dunn, p. p. Dunn, J. Decker, Thoma
Dunn. n. J. Hlto. C. II. Ilergmun. A.
It. .In ha. Chi. SShamkr, D. A. Hart,
Dr. Lupton, E. Nf. Revenue, Adolnh
K. Welilebusch, R. A. Wendland. J. A.
Alhd, V. V) Fosberg, Mick Hchmlls,
.In. Mfrdsiinl, .1. W. B"cknr, Wlllard
Horhn'n, Emll K. Wendland, Warren
! Wilkin. H. A. Gnrrett, .1. M.
Kchres. Martin Mlkkelson, Ed Pillow,
James Bell, f. I.uobkn, H. Miller, C.
P. Siiclow, John Suclinw, O. W.
Rchnrnf, P. J. Suckow, Emll Bock,
Hiinlel Schwarli:, Peter P. Hrln, Olo
Mlkelson. I. II. Phlnn, E, r. Brook,
A. v.. Andrews. .1. W. Ilolmnn, J. T.
Jonns. J. B. Fowlor, R. A. Miitehen.
Erekel Beers, U, fl. Griffith, Fred
WiKtmr, fl Bacon, fl. Andrew, Josnph
Albel, R. E. Jarl. T. O. Jonsrud, II. 0.
Fmnels, John Kelsecker. Fred Kol-
snckor, Ifenrv Kelsecker, Michael Ke.
se-Ver. fienriro Knlsnckor, J. II. Wea
ver, II. p. Rrnns, j. n Moronov, (1,
Bornstodt, Hermnr Fischer, nnd Ilnr-
me- vpxitnnd, Ed flucknw.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
Notlre Is herebv clven Ihat wn will
present said Petition, nf which lho
above 1 n true ennv, to thn Honnrablo
County Court for tho County nf Clnck--mis.
In thn Slnto of Oregon, at tho
Comity Court room In tho Court Hn-iae,
for Clacknmas Oountv, Oreaon, nn thn
1st dny of March, 1911, nt the hour of
ten o'clock A. M. nnd will nt that tlmn
a-ik the said Court for a license to sell
spirituous, mnlt nnd virion llnuor
In less quantities than ono gnllon In
said Onscndn Precinct In said County
and fltnle for tho period nf ono year
from thn datn nf aald license, a
prayed for In said Petition. Thl no
tice 1 first published Jnmmry 27,
1911, bnd will bo Inst published Feb
ruary 24, 1911.
J. L. DAVIfl,
C. B. EDWARDS,