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OREGON CITY ENT&flPKISK, FRIDAY, FKHRUARY 17,
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tortnlnod by Mr, a. II. Harvey with
n luncheon on Wednesday afternoon,
nnd a most onjoynblo time was had
Mr. Llnottc. Snook Iwi returned
from an extended visit to Vancouver,
Wash., Hint Portland.
Mi-. A. II. U.-ii'vov wit tendered
against you n the nbovo entlllod milt
on or lii'foip I ho ilOl Ii ilny of March
1911, said liulo being after dm cxplrii'
noil or six wool, from t ho lli-Kt mil
lloiitlon of till summon, mill If you
full lo appear mill answer milil oonv
plaint for want thereof, llio plaintiff
IT'S GOING TO BUY
surprise party at M. homo on Titos-1 will apply to the court for l ho telle
ilny evening, the occasion liolim hor , nravod for In hi eoiiinlalnt i.u-li
,'Oid birthday, WIiIhi was pluyoil nt ' For n decree dissolving tho lioiul of
four tables, ninl ii,,, nrlxn won ! matrimony now evlstltiir between n,.
o v narios cawwoll. One of the- foi- plaintiff and defendant, tint! for tho
,11110 or llio evening was t ho piano euro anil custody of Iho minor ohll
solo by Mis Mario llttrvoy, ami to- : ilron. Thl Hiifmon I published by
. siioiiii.',! io wun mi encore. Hor nuin- f tho order of tho Honorable .1. I
. . .o ,,,. Kifuy a n ueoiaiou. 1110 i am ino . . in no or I 10 i-ren i-nmi
homo of Mr. Harvey wa decorated i for tho County of Clackamas. Stato
, nn nil occasion, festoon of hour I , of Oregon, which onlor wa.i niiiilo ami
ci goirt ami stiver being used ill nluilid- entered on the l!!h ilnv of February
1 anco. ami tho.io. Intermingled with i l:MI, ami llio t lino proscribed for puii
i,iu;,, iiMiuoii a very prony oiioct. i ncatioil thereof I six wool,, begin
THE CURE THAT'S SURE
AND ALL DISEASES OF
THROAT, CHEST AND LUNGS
Famous for Forty Years of Cures. Price 50c and $1.00
SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY BESOTS
JONES DRUG CO.
Refreshments wore served. Present
jwoto Mr. nmt Mr. Wallace Johnson,
Mr ami Mi. Charles Caldwell, Mr.
ami Mr. A. II. Harvey, Mr .ami Mr.
George Laiollo, Mrs. Wllllani Mcl'onl,
Mi. Frank Black. Mis. shinall. Mr.
Marlon Marvoy, Miss- liuhy MoHud,
M. .1. I.'i.-ollo. Clinton lllack. Wallaco
i McCord, Alnsloy Currant, ilort llar-
! voy, of rortlaml.
Mr. Crooraft, our prlnclpnl, la vorv !
sick thl wook. " j
Mr. John Andrew took lior diiugh- j
tor, Tholiuii. lo Portland to have nil
j operation on hor throat,
i Mr. atnl Mr. Wlllett woro vlslllng
at their daughter's In Molalln.
CANBY AND SOUTHERN CLACKAMAS
K. N. Wood has had the pleasure of ! it in dead
a visit from his Intimate friend and j Mrs. W. R. Porter, a teacher of the
.,. u. cooper, aunns M. E. Sabbath school, was surprised
S. P. Thompson and famllv are bus-
, v ,. . . , i'y pnsased p:cklnp up and will move
animal alive, therefore they brousht ; The Canbv n.miv rn . n
! new Oliver typewriter.
The Wg Six. under the new manage-
this week. Mr. Cooper Is noW nV n ' st S,md 7 r be "nrXmed wh ' "'T'- 'S "t 80mWh'U rPm0l"M
at Grass Valley and Is widely known i han restocked Kspeclally is this
over Oregon as one of its successful : ,hm . S. w JliZ.J A ' , ,rue 1,1 10 ,he shop " Q""
who in some way had learned that It
was her fifty-fifth birthday.
Nineteen additions were made to i
the M .E. Church last Sabbath, three i
over Oregon as one of its successful : china by her Sabbath school class.!
um,u"o iiuru, uv uwus a numoer oi
the best race horses in the State and
came here to learn how those which
he has at ihe Clackamas County Fair
Grounds under Mr. Wood's supervi
sion, were doing. Mr. Cooper was not
only pleased with the condition and
showing of his horses here, but was
very much delighted with the progress
.-...... .. .i i . .
" " Ui,u e ' ce m , ,v,slt-1 M. J. bee led the men s three o'clock
and he spoke very optomistically ofjSa,)baIh pra,.er moetlnf: whlch wa3
its future and his intention to make assembled In the Xorwestan church
some extensive investments here last Sabbath. Jpfin K Newton ls ,0
n nm V UTC,mb!!: J- P' Sabbath, when It will
C. Dillingham, J. M. Boaty and A, L. meel at the Christian church.
SneU took the train Thursday morning; Uev. Dnn will preach Sabbath,
for Por land. All except Mr. SneU re- mornng anil evenlnR, 8t ,h
? nenSame ,. nu . .. ! Christian church. Their regular Sab--I.
f ' ,0t thS C,hrjst an bath sch.x.1 session will be held at
church, returned to his school duties 10.00 o'clock A M
bliHfnfr.?"hUrS,dayMm,r.nlDSK 4."eri On Wednesday' enlng Rev. Web-
vinHi t,?Ih i 'j1""",1' here her. former pastor of the M. E. church
Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday ev-' , ., ,.. ,
!fl7heSe 8ervices ha- b- ; ictnre on s in the Methodist
"77 -" r- -house on Second street. Mr. Phelps
and Prof, und Mrs. Puchanan, who h. .,, .. u,. ... u . , ,.
,,.,,,, . . ,,' has opened up a bakery here and U
were admitted by letter while the ( fl)rnish , d f ,
others joined on profession of the r I .,, k,.4 .i ,
f,,i,u iVvj., s well as short order meals,
faith in Christ. ,, ., , ....
sick for over a year, passed nway on
Monday night. The funeral services
took place Tuesday P. M. at ihe Ger
man Evangelical church. The pasior
of that church conducted the services
in German, while Rev. Creesy also
took part, conducting his p:irt in Eng
nlng with llio Ishiio of h'rlday, Kohrn
ary I,. I'M I, itml couiIiiuIiik i-ach
wook thereafter (o and Imlmllilg Ihe
lu of I'rlilay, March :t, lull.
T. II. MoDIOVITT
Aitoiiioy for Plaintiff.
" Alnsworth llliln , Portland, Oromm
In the Circuit Court of I ho State of
(iregoii, for the County of Clackii
i m. .Mime, riaiuuir,
l-'iank Con-It,'. It. W, llaildock unit
Mr. It. V. Haddock, hi wife, Po
To Prank (iorrlt. It. W. Haddock ami
Mr. I. W. Haddock, Defendant
In the Name of the State of Ore-
Jack Wurfel, one of our enterprising ! son, you are hereby required to nn-
; merchant. Has Just purchased for hi . pear unit answer tho complaint tllcl
use n fine automobile. j against you In the above entitled ult,
l.Ioyd illett Is now at homo to on or before the :!lt day of March,
slay. j cm I, said date helm; after the oxplra-
! Hon of lx week fmui the tlrst it(tt-
- - r: I W. Giles has moved from his ranch Mention of this summon, and If you
Mr F. C. Dillingham Is in Portlind !llt Tualatin to Willamette, where ho, fall to appear and answer said coin
on business this week i "mko M f,ltu"' home. plaint, for want thereof, plaintiff will
appiy io uio court tor roller prayed
for In complaint, to w It ; For a decree
foreclosing nil your right title ami
iiiieie!ii in una uiieeii nun sixteen. Ill
block "i. In Oregon Iron and Steel
ANTED Young man to take Special I Co. g First Addition to the Tow n of
Oswego. Or., for $loooo attorney's
foes, and cost and disbursements.
Till Mil ill in oils i mihllsbed hv or-
worn, inquire r. Angeles Auto Acad-! dor of lion. J. Cnniplioll, Judge of
emy. 3JiH, Washington St , Room ' the above named court, which order
415. Portland, Oregon. i ,na, ,i ,,ntered on tho Hth
day of February, l'.Ml. nnd the Hum
prescribed for publication thereof I
six weeks, beginning with tho Issue
Mrs. G. Whipple is somewhat under
the weather, being sleied with tho la
Mr. Phelps has rented the Fjigle
Henry Combs has on display at his ;
place of business on Main street a
Wants, For Sale, etc.
K'3 automobile Course, driving and
repairing, practical experience, com
plete Instructions, big wage, steady
(50) foot atrip to bo uod n a rail
way right or way through t bo mild
land of defendant I iloMcrlhod n
follows: lleglHUlng at a point In tlm
said center lino of tlm mild railway
nn now staked out and locaied upon
Hie ground, which, point Ih on the
North linn of the mild Puliation IjuoI
Claim of lloorgo W. Wiilllng nnd
Franco Walling, Twelve Hundred nnd
Fifty-two tr.T.'JI feet North 'Klghtv
hIx (Sin degree Forlyflvo (Ifi')
minute East of tho NorlhwoHt cor
ner of tho said Donation Uiml Claim;
Ihenco South Thirty-one !lt") degree
Korty lx and one half ( Hl'ii') minute
East ll distance of Sov ntccu Hundred
Soventy-olghl and 4 10 tl77S4 fool
to a point; thenco on u curve to the
right having a radlu of Flfty-Hcveii
Hundred Thirty (R7:tii) foot a dltaucn
of Twenty-seven nnd IMO (S7.t!) feet
to a point In Ihe West boundary lino
of a tract of land belonging to Mary
N. Munly ifnd which said lat men
tioned point la I'lve Hundred Forty
Notlc of Adntlnlitrator'i Sale,
In tho County Court of tlm Htalo of
Oregon, for Iho County of Clacka
mas. In llio mailer of tho Esliitn of John
,1,, Jensen, DocciiMod,
Notleo In hereby given Hint purmi
ii ii I to an order of the Coiinly Court
of the Htalo of Oregon, for ClackamiiH
County, tho iimlorHlgned iiiliiilulalni
tor of Iho enlalo of John J. .lounoii,
will Hell Iho lulel'ont of mild John J.
.loiiMcll, deceiiHod, In the Hiiuio, which
aid Ion I CHlato I doNciilied ll fol
low; An undivided half Inleiesl In mill
lo the following dosci'lhed real prop
erty, Hllualo In Clacluiiiia County,
htaln of Oiegon: A part of Iho I), I.
C. of Peter M. lllnoniMnu and wlto In
T. S, S. It. i! E of Iho W. M. hounded
nnd ilescrllicd a follow: HcKiuiiliig
at a point :ii;:i:i7 foot outh and ri7I.H'.l
foot cunt of the iiuarler Hoctlnn cor
ner on line between hocIIoiih IH unit
III, said towiiHhli ami inline, mild point
hIx and MO (."Ui.J) feet North being also Iho moat Houlhcfly cinnor
of a point which I Thirty one and
1'iii-IiHl CM i',0) chain South nnd
Thirty-four and Et-tHO Cll lll) chain
East of the eslabllabed Noilhwent
inner of the said Donation liud
Thl Hunimmi I published or
solved pursuant to an older of the
nbovo entitled court directing the ser
vice thereof by publication or by per
sonal Hervleti without tho State of
Oregon made nnd entered In the nbovo
entitled court on the !Mh day of Feb
ruary, lint, nnd which mild summons
of a tract of land heretofore convoyed
by the grillilol heroin lo H. It. Hard
man, tunning llo'iico CI degree, IH
mliiiiten east, tracing the miulh boun
dary of mild 8 It. Ilardm.'iu Irnct Ki!
feet to the most easterly corner of
said tract. Thence iioulh 111 degree
:I7 IlllllUle cast L'l'll feet lo A nlal.o,
thenco miulh ii degree ;:t nilniile
W' 4(1(1 feet lo a point healing N. :i
degree minute oust 'M feet dis
tant from Ihe eanlorly line of the
right of way heretofore conveyed by
Iho grantor herein to Ihe Eant Hide
require the said defendant, Arthur Hallway Co. from which point the
I. McMahoii, to appear and nnawer j most westerly comer of a trad of
the said romplalut on or before thojhiud containing 4 Nil acres, now be
rth day of March, lull, and which longing to Charle E. Mehliuiu bears
order require the publication of thl south 4il degree 117 minute Eat 110
summon for lx Hi) week prior to
said :17th day of March, 1911.
GRIFFITH & I.EITEIl.
Attorney for plaintiff.
In tho Circuit Court of the Slate of
Oregon, for tho County of Clackamas,
Mice 11. Smith, Plaintiff,
Mac Smith. IVfendnnt.
o Mac Smith, said defendant:
In the name of the State of Oregon:
You are hereby notified to appear
LOST lllack case with glasses and
two Willamette car ticket. Finder
leave at Iturmelster Androsen.
,""'"' of Friday, February 17th. 191!, and
MISS ADA P.EDWILU agent for j continuing each week thereafter to
dies' Home Journal. Saturday Ev-il,ml Including . Ihe Issue of Friday,
enlng Post, Oregon City Enterprise. I March 31, l'Ht.
all periodicals. Sneclal rate on I GEORGE C. HUOWNELl,
v .ii. a i u. i'..
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Woman's Home Companion and -
McClure's, 2 for the two.
On Thursday evening at the Metho
dist church the Second Quarterly Con-
Th Z . A , , iference will have been held at which
?ePPUl0.n Canby is Increas- tlme the District superintendent. Rev.
of ihis lt inhabUam: " " V- ha'e
On Sabbath Rev. Creesy will have
for his subject of the morning service,
"The Test of Truth," and for the even
ing service, "His Will Concerning
M. J. Lee hag Interested a number
of young people in a plan to subscribe
encugh monthly to buy a fine Grand
r)iano for the M. E. church of this
place. We understand that it is a
J1300 instrument, but that the seller
has donated considerable and the
young men of Canby the balance so
the piano Is to be on hand Sabbath
for the regular services.
Rev. Dunlap, a former pastor of the
M. E. church of this place, stopped
off Wednesday en route to Portland
where he is scheduled for an address
at the Sabbath school convention.
Rev. Dunlap is now making his head
quarters at Ashland, his work being
in the southern part of Oregon and
Mr. Pflester made a flying trip to
Vancouver Wednesday, February. 15.
Johnny Mayers is reported down
with the mumps.
Charles Huiras Is loading gravel
constantly upon the cars. He has em
ployed quite a force of men to assist
him at thi3 work.
A St. Valentine party was given at
! the home of W. R. Porter. The party
-" i Summon.
Nollce- I In tho Circuit Court of tho Statu of
The regular annual Grange County Oregon, for the County of Clacka
Conventlon, for tho County of Clack- nin
.Mrs. Sumniertleld leaves n hus- amas. I called to convene In the ; lwilmi.t iiniiwnv l (..bi .! twm-
hand and ten children to mourn her j County Court room at Orecon City,1 Companv, a corporation. Plaintiff
departure. ' Oregon, on Tuesday. March 7th, i:ll. vs.
Carl Lucke had a fat, large. live hog ; at l: no n. m. Said convention I 1 An bur t. r,.ti,,, ,,,! i..rf n gi,.v
stolen from his slaughtering yard dur-1 called for the purpose of electing live i Defendant.
Ing the past week. This is the second : Representatives to attend the next ' To Arthur U McMahon. one of tho
nine mm iuiees nine oeeu appro-1 Annual session of the Oregon State defendants nbovo named.
priaung .Mr. iucne s properly. ior not , c.range to be held at Corvallls May : In tho nnnio of tho Slate of Ore-
long since a party nrone into tnei 9 to 1:', 1911. j gon: You are hereby required to np-
butcher shop and stole seven 6-ib. ! MARy s. HOWARD. ; pear and answer tho complaint filed
puns ui i..ru ana a nne. County Deputy. I against you In tho above entitled nc
.vaienai is atreauy ueginning io ar- , ,. .,. ,..fr .,. 27lh d,.v ...
feet illslanl; thence north 4ll degree
,17 minute wot parallel with the
said l.'.'iMi side Hallway Co. right of
way '.'on feet, to llio place of begin
ning, eontnluliiK 2 11 ui res.
Said Halo to bo on and after Wnd
liesday, March Nth, 1911. nt the office
of George C. Ilrownoll, Cnuflidd Hldg ,
Oregon City., Oregon, and to bo a!
private mile for cah In hand.
Administrator of aald Entntn.
GEORGE 0. IIUOWNEI.U ami WI1,'
1.1AM STONE. Aitorney.
nnd answer tho complaint filed ngalimt !,,," tu.ra.in..ni
you in the above entitled suit before ! " r
prll lt T'lT nnd If you fnll to I " ' iieieoy given nun inn iin-
answer for want thereof the plaintiff . derslgnod a esecutor of tho estate
will apply to the said Court for the "f '"' I Stiie.leman, d.-eensed, Im filed
relief demanded In said roiiiplulnt. to- ! M nccount n such esecutor with
wit n dissolution of the marring., eon-1 " Comity Court of Clackamas Comi-
tract now existing betw i said par- 'f-wrogon, ami inoioun nn pel Mon
ties, and for the eiisto.ly of Mnroii j
Smith, the minor child of said "Inar-
Thl summon I published by order
of the Hon. J. !'. Campbell, Judge
of mild Court made and dated Febru
ary 7th. 1911. The itnte of tho first
publication being February loth. 1911.
CROSS & llAMMDMl,
day. the :7th day of February, 1911.
at tho hour of ten o'clock A. M., of
said day nit the lime for sol (ling the
said estate and for tho liarlnK f ob
IVited, January 2ilth, 1911.
JOSEPH F. KTFEDEMAN.
Executor of Ihe Fstalo of Karl Hliiedo-
In ii ii . deceased.
Attornev for plnliillff. tlOUDON E. HAYES.
. I Attorney for Executor.
Summon. 4 ,
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Bissel made a
visit to Portland last Friday.
J. M. Beaty and daughter, Maude,
went to Portland Saturday. Miss
Maude has had a very delicate opera
tion performed at St. Vincent's hos
pital. She had lost her hearing en
tirely and now she is able to detect
the slightest noise.
Mrs. Lizzie R. White purchased,
through the Canby Realty Co., lot 1
in block 18. Canby, from J. A. Cobb.
J. A. Cobb held a public sale at the
Kendall cottage, where he has been
living, Saturday, selling ail his house
hold effects. Everything was disposed
of quickly and many articles sold for
less than half of their value. Mr.
Cobb and family leave Immediately
for Portland where the family will
remain while Mr. Cobb finds a loca-1
tion to suit, probably In Arizona.
Edna Hutchinson went to Aurora
Saturday evening where she will at
tend to the duties of central at the
telenhone office until Sunday evening.
Mrs. Charles Moshbergcr has been
quite 111 tor the past week, but we are
glad to report that she Is much bet
ter at this writing.
The Infant son of Morley Mack has
been quite ill. Dr. Dedman has been
caring for the little boy.
Ella Summerfield, from St. Johns,
her narents I was &se Miss Verna and waS 8
ner parents. r-JnH th ihi ,.
John C. Wanhope. state organizer of j ?'"'," "' 1 hlh " -
rive for the enlargement of Canby s
March, 1911. or for want thereof tho
The regular annual meeting of the I pan,ff w m,w ,' ,, )OV0 ,..
.One. niim.iru ttr tht ('l,.ni- fm..!. i .... . . .. .... . .
" ; ' "" ''"iiitieu court for tne reuer demnnileu
iieu iuTy .ompaiiy win no iicl.t on : ,hu complaint , to-wlt. for nn ase-
me iniru .vionnay or iiarcn, .March '. ; ,, of ,ho damages which will re
1911. nt 10 o'clock a. m.. at the creann 8Mt (hereto by reason of tho taking
ery. Stone, Ore. At this meeting five j of flfty (3n) fl)(l B,rlp (lf )all( hpr,v
directors, a scretary nnd treasurer ; inafter described, and that upon pay
will be elected for ihe ensuing year, ()V ti,H plaintiff Into court of
mm any inner easiness iransncien : ,llo damages so awarded Judgment
Robert Holland, of Scllwood. was "",LU ",uv l'rol"''Jr r"'" '" " be given appropriating wild fifty (.VI)
w. i'. KIRt'liEM, I'resldent. I root sirlp of land to this plaintiff ror
A. O. HOLLINGSWORTII, Sec. ; rallwny purposes,
- Said strip of land sought to be np-
Aaminiiraior Nonce. preprinted In this action nnd the hnd
visiting with hif ion, Thomas Kel-
land, of this pi' , on Sunday.
Mrs. George .-dzelle and Mrs. Cur
tis Dodd went to Oregon City on
Thursday of Inst week, where they
the Socialist party for the States of
California and Oregon, lectured In the
City Hall Friday evening, Feb. 10, to
a large and appreciative audience.
The address had for Its subject,
pled at games, among which were:
What Can Yon Find on tne Penny,"
and searching for hidden hearts In
the house. The making of rhymes
and singing was engaged In with much
Notice Is hereby given that tho nn- i "f "aid defendant over, across and
attended the Women's Club and en- dersigned has been appointed admin-j upon which nld fifty (50) foot strip
loved the program given. Istrator of the estate of Snmanthn I of land Is located being described as
Mrs. Shinall left for her home atl-'ane Davis, deceased; all persons follows:
Vancouver, B. C, after visiting with ! having claims against said estato are ' A strip of land Eighteen Hundred
her dauehter. Mrs. Charles Caldwell, i hereby notitled lo uresent the same ! and Six (180.;) feet In length nnd
of this place. During Mrs. Shinall's i with proper vouchers, duly certified j fifty '50) feet In width, being twonty
stay here she made many friends, who I according to law. nt tho office of Geo. i five (25) feet on each side of the
regretted to have her leave. j C. Ilrownell, nt Oregon City, Oregon, ! center linn of tho railway of plaintiff
Mr. and Mrs. John Bradtl's home within six months of the date of the I "a "m amo ts now located ami es
was visited by the stork on Wednes-; first publication of this notice.
February 11, and left a baby
Miss Marlon Thompson and Mrs.
Charles Caldwell were Portland vis
itors on Wednesday. Mrs. Charles
Caldwell and Mrs. Shinall were en-
O. W. P. DIVISION
Dated February 17th. 1911
J. P. DAVIS,
Administrator of the estate of Satnan
I ha Jane Davis, decenscd.
GEO. C. I1ROWNELL,
Attorney for estate.
tabllshed and extondlng over nnd
! across the lands of snld defendant,
j containing Two nnd 1-10 (2.1) acres,
more or less, nnd being n portion of
the land of said defendant In the
; Georgo W. Walling and Frances Wal
I ling Donation Ijind Claim In Sections
Thirteen (13), Fourteen (14), Twenty
' three (23) nnd Twenty-four (24) In
"ClonHfl,. CIIUm Tha .nnrllllnn. merriment. ItOliauu ,CU..ei milieu V.IIU
in foreign countries and those existing "1K )''t
among the foreigners in our ow-n coun
try was explained at length. This
evening another address will be deliv
ered by the same speaker and others
will also participate.
The Artisans had a fine social meet
ing Thursday evening. Ten appli
cants were received. A large number
attended. Refreshments were served
and everyone present reported a most
excellent time and plenty of good
things to eat. The assembly furnished
the repast. ,
The K. O. K. A. s had an interesting
contains spirits; yet it seemed spirited
enough, for no one could understand
Its mysterious actions. The rooms
were tastily decorated with hearts for
the occasion. Refreshments were
served and highly enjoyed by every
body. Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. M. J. Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Rradle, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Eckerson,
Misses Josie Knight, Florence Stod
dard, Heatrlce Weeks, Minnie Kau
pisch, Gertrude Wright, Grace Patch,
Alma Knight, Jennie Gaston, Mrs. L.
A. Bair and Messrs. Chas. Roth, Ld
Notice Is hereby given that tho tin- ! TownRlp Tw" 2- South of Range
dersigned has been" apliXVe e u-! V," "'l '"1
trlx of the estate of Thomas Martin. ! llan ln "? n"T S'"'"f
Between Portland and rego City. , . ' y,'"" 'm: ! through which said right of way Is
' ... mv.v.i, ....... :,. ,i, i, ,, ..rllnlnrl .In.
present the same with proper ;.,,, ., '
,,.. .1,.,.. ...in.l -ll- , 1 nil in, ll an lununn.
'.ii, ll..-, n iniiy (i-lillieu, III U'll mill; II.
ao j n
S3 i . S
U ! 1 U I
i r t '
2 2 a a i V -1
S a 9 - ! B S
wai'O O Clo m
o e. a o!s i
a. S i: t i- a. K
meeting with Rev. Creesy and they i Krueger, Lawrence Masterton, Hoche
laid their plans for the organizing of
a base ball team.
Mrs. Geo. Ogle reports that her hus
band, who has been spending all his
Frank Patch, Rubble Smith, Art
The Rbekah Lodge will hold its
regular meeting on the 21st Inst.
time recently on his farm, made her Candidates will be initiated, and a
a visit the last of this week. Mr. j good time Is assured, much enthusi
Ogle is plowing in preparation for the . asm and much provision Ib being pre-
putting in of the crops,
Mr. Clarence Zeck, from Fort Ross,
Cal., was home a few days this week
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Zeck. We understand that Mr. Clar
ence eZck is coming to. Oregon perma
nently as he Intends to homestead in
A. O. Larson, of Portland, North
Dakota, is visiting his acquaintance
and friend, L. K. Lein of this place.
P. L. Coleman has been engaeed as
principal of the Barlow schools dur
ing the Illness of their regular teach
er. Prof. Coleman Is a teacher of un
usual ability, and we feel sure that
he will make good in the work which
he has undertaken.
Our butcher, Carl Lucke, finds it
dlfiicult to keep supplied with domes
ticated animals for beef, so on St.
Valentine's Day he and William Ken
dall set out horseback and with rifles
across their shoulders. They re
turned In the evening bringing the
dead form of an, animal, which was
captured several miles from town.
Some declare it wag a bison, others
say an elk, but the butchers insist
that It was a runaway steer which
bad escaped from thelr-fattenlng pen.
pared and everyone may be sure of a
Letters uncalled for in the postof
fice at Canby, Ore., for the week end
ing February 11, 1911: Fldds, Mr. M.
J. A. H. KNIGHT, P. M.
Cal Kocher has purchased a pen of
fine thoroughbred Minorcas from C.
Mrs. Chas. Kraft is in the St. Vin
cent hospital, having undergone six
very delicate operations there. We
are glad to learn that she Is getting
along nicely, although for a time her
condition was critical.
Mrs. H. A. Lee nas been visiting
her mother, Mrs. H. S. Tine at Ad-
Mrs. Eugene Mitts, of Needy, has
been vibitlng her daughter, Mrs. War
Mrs. M. II. Lee has Just returned
home wilh her three children after
an extended visit with relatives here.
While here she attended the golden
wedding anniversary of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Bonney, at Hills
boro. The City Hotel Is one of the busy
corners at Canby. Business Is good
and Mr. Gaston, the proprietor, is
well pleased with Ca,nby.
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6 30 7.22 7.30 6.20 1 6.2G 7.20
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800 8.52 9.00 8.00 8.07 9.00
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2.30 3 22 3.30 2.30 2.37 3.30
3.00 3.52 4.00 3.00 3.07 4.00
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law, at the offico of Geo. C. Brownell,
at Oregon City. Oregon, within six
months of the date of tho publication
of this notice.
Dated February 17th, 1911.
Executrix of the estato of Thomas
GEO. C. BROWNELL,
Attorney for executrix.
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for Clackamas County.
Lulu M. Shaw, plaintiff,
Frank W. Shaw, Defendant.
To Frank W. Khaw, the nbovo named
In the name of tho Stale of Ore
gon, you are hereby required to ap
pear and answer the complaint filed
against you In the above named suit,
on or before the 31st day of March.
1911, said date being tho expiration
of six weeks from the first publication
of this summons, nnd If you fall to
appear or answer said complaint, for
want thereof the plaintiff will apply
to tho court for the relief prayed for
A part of the Donation Ijnnl Claim
of George W. Walling and Francea
Walling, his wife, Number 62, Notifi
cation Number 655, Certificate Num
ber 1270 In Township Two (2), South
of Range One (1) East of tho Wil
lamette Meridian bounded by a line
beginning nt the Northeast corner of
the said Donation Ijind Claim; thenco
South Eighty-six (Sli") degrees Foriy
five (45') minutes West nlong tne
North linn of said Donation Ijind
Claim Twenty-two and .'14-100 (22.31)
chains to a stono monument; Ihenco
South Thirty-one (.'11) degrees Fif
teen (15') minutes East Twenty-one
and 10-100 (21.10) chains to a stone
monument with post; thenco South
Four (4) chains lo a pig Iron post
driven In ground and mound of earth;
thence North Kcvenly-two (72) de
grees Thirty (30') mlnulns East nlong
Ihe North linn of a certain tract of
land conveyed to II. M. and W. M.
Cako by deed recorded at pngo 279
of Book 30 of tho Records of Deeds
for said Clnckamas County, to which
record referenco Is hereby had,
ThIrty-lhren nnd 33-100 (33.33) chains
more or less to meander lino of said
Donation Land Claim on tho Willam
ette River; thence Northerly with mo-
In the Circuit Court of tho Stato of ;
Oregon, for Clickanm County. i
Gertrude O. Duffey. plaintiff, j
Thomas C. Duffey, Defendant. ;
To Thomn C. Duffey, Iho nbovo :
named defendant: i
In the name of tho State of Ore-1
gon, you are hereby required to up- !
penr nnd niinwer tho complaint filed I
against you In the nbovo named suit. 1
on or before Hip 21th day of March, I
1911, mild date being (bo expiration
Petition for Liquor Llcente.
Ill the County Court of the Sl.itp of
Oregon, for the County of Clnckn
lna. In the Matter of the Application of
J. 1. Davl and C. E. Edward for
n license to e spirituous, malt and
vlm.il liquor in Cacnlit Precinct,
III Claeknmn County, Stain of Ore
gon, In less quiiutltle than ouu gal
lon fur Iho period of mm year.
To tho Honorable County Court above
oi six wees iroin ino nrwi iimim-ii- i ... , ...
Hon of thl .unimon. and If you fnll L, h" ." ?? ,,"l'1 ''T '1','t.rtlfjr
to appear or an.wer ld complaint. ''Vl " , 7 ''" nt
for want thereof the plaintiff will ap- . , " " ' 'H i' " ' ' Inckninn
,,,y ,o ,o court for .ho relief prayed j ;::;;,tl:BT::de:!Jo;,,hM;ec;c;
for III her complaint, to-wlt:
i for tnoro than 30 day prior to lgn-
For n decree iIIkioIvIhv I lie bnll.ts ... .
. ... n -.. Iltir 11111 iillllxli It it u, n
of matrimony now existing belweon j ,,,,,,,,, w(, ,',
the plaintiff nnd defmulan . Thl ..in.-,,. K ,,,,, w ,',;,,, vm
mon Ih published by order of Hon.
J. If. Cnmpbell, Judgo of tho Circuit
your llonornhlii Court to grant them
a lloniian to el spirituous, mull mid
our,, wn.cn or, er v... m ..." aim en- ,, ,. wllh,n M(
Y',' . ., ' .. i V ' Precinct In Clnckatnn County, rv
I fill ntwl Mni tlmn iiritunrl finI ffif fiiiK. .
iiV.Vi h.. , J. ... 1,1 l'itltlc than one gallon
, for the period of one year, from tho
Mention thereof Is six weeks, begin
ning won inn issuo or r rmay, t eoru- , ,i,. . ...i,, , ,,
nry 10th, and continuing each week i '
thereafter to and Including the Issue I . .
. ii... ii, r.. a. niiiern, w . i. ,ie-
of Friday, March 24th. 101L
GEO. C. BROWNELU
Attorney for plaintiff.
Keen, K, lleers, II. Perret, (). j. Cox.
ll. H. White, J. M. Donnhuo, O. T.
llorntedt, fj. Ruegg, J. 11 Alllmm. I
Summon. Hoffman, Gustavo Htiu kl, ()cur
In the Circuit Court of tho State of i l"'hlgrln. thus. Krob. Gu Finger,
Oregon, for the County of Clacka- 1 H. Grey, A. D. Edward, tl. W.
ma. Ileer. J. n. liolman, It. E. Essen. N.
N. A. Rodlun, O. A. Rodlun, nnd U'wls I-""'". Anton Mlkkelson, W. Dubb-n
In her complaint, to-wlt:
For a decree dissolving the bonds ander lino of said river to tho place
or matrimony now existing between of beginning, containing Fifty-six (50)
the plaintiff and defendant. ' This acres more or less. Also a tract of
.1. I'. Campbell, Judge of the Circuit the Northwest corner of the said Do-
10.30 1 11.22 1 11 25 11.33 11.37
1 1.00 1 l.t.2 J 1 1.55 f 11.03 ( 1 1.07 11.69
1 1.30 12.22 12.25 1 12.33 '12.37 I . . . .
12.00 i2.4C 1 12.50 I 11,55 1 1 .57 I
I I H 1 2.50 12.55 j
To Mllwaukie only.
Trains for Falrvlcw, Troutdale
Gresham, Boring, Eagle Creek, Est
cada and Cazadero and Intermediate
7:15. xS:02. 9:05. xl0:05. 1:05
3:05. x4:05. 6:05. x6:05. 7:05
x Gresham. Falrvlew and Troutdale
fJOTB: Cars leave East Water and
Morrison treet 5 minutes later than
leheduled from First and Alder St
Court, which order was made and en
tered on the loth day of February,
1911, and the time prescribed for pub
lication thereof Is six weeks, begin
ning with the Issue of Friday, Febru
ary 17th and continuing each week
thereafter lo and Including tho Issue
of Friday, March 3st, 1911.
GEO. C. BROWNELL,
Attorney for plaintiff.
In the Circuit. Court of the Slato of
Oregon, for the County of Clacka
mas. Walter S. Robinson, Plaintiff,
Laura Robinson, Defendant.
To Laura Robinson, the above named
In the Name of the State of Ore
gon, you are hereby required to ap
pear and answer the complaint fllod
nation Ijind Claim of Georgo W. Wal
ling nnd Frances Walling"; thenco
South Two (2") degrees Thirty (30')
minutes West on lino Thirty-one
and 00-100 (31.00) cluilns to division
corner between the North half nnd
tho South half of said Donation Uind
Claim; thenco East Thlrly-flvo nnd
50-100 (35.50) chains; Ihenco North
Fifteen and 01-100 (15.01) chains to
a stono monument; thenco North
Thirty-one (.'11) degrees Fifteen (15')
minutes West Twenty and 90-100
(20.90) chains to the North lino ol
said Donation Land Claim; thence
South Eighty-six (80) degrees Forty
five (45') minutes West on North lino
of said Donation Land Claim Twenty
three and 35-100 (23.35) chalns-to tho
place of beginning, containing One
Hundred One and 72-100(101. 72)acrcs,
more or less.
That the center line of said fifty
O. Rodlun, Plaintiffs
lame Anderson Sr., Defendant.
To James Anderson Sr.
In tho naiiiit of tho Stato of Ore
gon, you nro hereby required to ni
penr nnd .answer tho complaint filed
against you In tho above entitled suit,
on or before tho 25lh day of March,
1911, said date being after tho ex
piration of six weeks from Iho flrt
publication of this summons, nnd If
you fall to appear nnd answer said
complain! for want thereof, tho plain
tiff will npply to tho court for Iho re
lief prnyed for In tho complaint, to
wlt: For n decreo that tho defendant
may bo required to set forth tho na
turo of his claim In nnd to the 8. 13.
U of the N. W. ; of Sec. 28, Tp. 1 S.,
R. 3 E. of Ihe Wlllnmetto Meridian In
Clackamas County, Oregon, and that
all adverse claims of the said defen
dant may bo determined by a decreo
of this court, and that by said docroe
It be declared and adjudged that tho
plaintiffs nro tho owners of tho said
premises nnd that tho defendant has
no estate, right, title or Interest what
ever In or to said land nnd promises,
or any part thereof, and also thnt tho
defendant bo forever barred from na
sorting any claim whatever In or to
said land and promises, or any part
thereof adverse to tho plalntlffH, and
for Biich other nnd further rollof nn
to equity shall seem meet.
This summons Is published by order
of Hon. J. U. Campbell, Judgo of said
Circuit Court, which order was made
and entered on tho 4th day of Fobru-
ary, 1911, and tho llnio prescribed for
publication thereof Is six weeks be
ginning with tho Issuo of Friday, Feb
ruary lflth, 1911, and continuing each
week thereafter to and Including the
Issue of Friday, March 24, 1911.
JOS. 13. HEDGES,
Attorney for Plaintiffs.
Administrator' Notice of Final
Nollce Is hereby given lhat llio un
dersigned, administrator, with tho will
annexed, of tho estate of D, L. Wol
verton, deceased, has filed her final
account, In tho County Court of tho
Statu of Oregon for Clackamas Coun
ty, nnd Iho County Court has flxod
llio 27th day of February, 1911, at 10
o'clock, A. M. as tho time when ob
jections to said flnul account will bo
All persons Interested In said estate
must file their objections to snld final
account, If nqy they have, In said
Court on or before said date.
LAURA A. FORSIINER,
zopf, tins Uidrlugson, Herman Rid-
derbiiMche. E. F. Uruns, R. F. Dlltert.
Casper Junker, I'eto Duler, Dave
Uuicaster, N. p. Ilomett, Albert Rid
derbusehe, P. If. Johnson, Jame J.
Harbison, R. J. Revenue, W. Smith,
Theodore Fischer. T. II. Fischer. K
Fischer, J. Ilaselwonder, M Wunlnche,
M. Itoltnno, E. Iloltnno, M. Pemoln,
N. Trubel, Paul It. Melnlg, llnrvey
E. Kehres, R. KalHcr. Henry Rlddor
bunch. Carl F. Wendlnnd, tins Dah
roll, A. ('.. Ilaumbnck. C W. Cnssedv.
Olio II. Moltllg, Albon O. Melnlg, I!.
Itlderbusch, Henry Koch, Joseph Wll
Hg, F. iJingensiiiid, O. II. Edward. T..
II. Milan, A. II. Jerger. J. C. Uiiiunres,
II. O EH, M. E. Klelnsmlth, R. Netzel,
.1. W. Patterson, Geo. Williams, (1.
Ilauglum, ! L Russell, H. 0. Oshorn,
(wis Ilauglum, Ed A. Jonsrud, Paul
Dunn, P. F. Dunn. .T. Decker, Thomas
Dunn, I). J. Hlto, o, h. iiergtnan, A.
II. Jabs. Chas. SShnrnke, I). A. Hart,
Dr. Lupton, 5. M. Revenue, Adolph
E. Weldebusch, R. A. Wendlnnd. J. A.
Alhel, V. E FoHberg, Mick Schmltz,
Ins, Mordnunt, J. W. Rocker, Wlllard
llorholn. Emll 13. Wendlnnd, Warren
L Wllklns, H. A. Gnrrell. .1. M.
Kehres, Martin Mllikelson, Ed Flnlow,
JnmoB Hell, H. I.uehkn, II. Miller, C.
V. Suekow, John Sucknw, 0. W.
Schnrpf, F. J. Buckow, Emit Heck,
Daniel Schwnrtz, Peter P. Heln, Oln
Mlkelson. I. II. Philips, 13. R. Brook,
A. E. Andrews, J. w. Holmnn, .1. T.
Jones, J. n. Fowler, R. A. IhltchellH,
Ezekel Beers, U. R. Griffith, Fred
Wngner, fl flncon, H. Andrews, Josoph
Albel, R, E, Jnrl, T. (1. Jonsrud, 11. C.
FrnnclH, John Kelsecker, Fred Kel-
seeker, Henry Kelsecker, Mlchnol Kel
seeker, Georgo Kelsecker, J. H. Wea
ver, H. P. Brum, J, R. Moronoy, O,
Ilomstedl, Hermnp Fischer, nnd Hor
mnn Wendlnnd, Ed Suekow.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
Notice Is hereby given that wn will
present cnld Petition, of which tho
nbovo In n liun copy, to thn Hononiblo
County Court for tho County of Clack
niiiiis. In the Stntn of Oregon, nt tho
County Courtroom In iho Court House
for Clncknmns Ooiintv, Oregon, on Iho
1st day of March, 1911, nt tho hour of
ten o'clock A. M. nnd will nt thnt tlmn
nsk the said Court for a license to sell
spirituous, malt nnd vinous liquors
In lesn quantities than onn gallon In
snld OnHondo Precinct In said County
nnd Slnto for tho period of ono year
from tho (Into of snld license, as
prayed for In snld Petition. This no
tice Is first published January 27,
1911, nnd will bo Inst published Feb
ruary 24, 1911.
J. L. DAVIS,
C. B. EDWARD8,