Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, March 11, 1920, Page Page Six, Image 6

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D . H. M O R G A N
U. S. M O R G A N
Keep Your Poultry Shelf W ell Stocked
W e carry the very best G R O C E R IE S at the low-
est prices.
• ii you are unaoie to come to tne store, leiepnoiie
your orders.
T ry our land plaster on your gardens.
D on’t forget w e handle the Soluble S ulp h u r S pray
for your trees.
A lso a full line of F eed and B uilding M aterial.
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Bob W hite, R oyal W hite Soap, 4 bars
9 pound sack R olled O ats
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packages raisins
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O u r store at V iola will be open on S aturdays.
Successors to the E sta cad a F eed Co.
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The New 1 1 2 H. P. “Z” Engine
successfully uses KEROSENE
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Kerosene now tlie new .1 * 2 I 1 • K sr/e does to o — thereby
coin|)letniji the most ftrueticul and efficient engine line ever
offered. B u t yo u cannot k now the V j b y reading alniut
it. Como in and see it. L e t us tell y o u w h y w e add our
reputation to that of 1‘airbauks, A lo ise & C o . w hen selling
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i ¡routing Governor — Built-in Oscillating Magneto
1 W .- 1 » 6 H . P. $ 6 1.00 3 H . P. $100.00
6 11. P. $ 1 7 9 .0 0 F . O. B. Factory.
Reed & Shibley
Made to Measure
Clothes
For Men
I i :ht Lunches
and
C o n fe ctio n ery
Pipes
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Tobacco
R. G. M A R C H B A N K
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Cigars
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Cigarettes
Popcorn
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Phonographs
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Records
r.ui Marpiam went to Port­
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bartholo­
mew
are visiting in Eastern
land Wednesday morniny. •
Oregon.
l>r. 1 A. Wells accompanied
Mr. and Mrs. (ius Wilcox and
b\ his mother in-law. Mrs. A. J. Mrs F. K. Saling left last Mon-
Liltmrn. and son Junior, were d*t\ in Mr. Wilcox's car for Hep-
P o r t l a r d visitors, W ednesday.
pner. Oregon, for a week's visit.
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Thursday, March 1J, 1920
EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS
Page Six
Case No. 16840.
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for the County of Clack­
amas.
Urban I’eier, and Anna Mary Peier,
his wife, Plaintiffs.
vs.
Alfred Neeves, William Neeves, Ade­
line Wilkinson, widow of John R.
• Wilkinson, and formerly Adeline
Neeves, John Doe Neeves, Jane
Doe Neeves, Edward Forbes and
Hannah S. Forbes, his wife, John
Doe Forbes, Jane Doe Forbes,
Charles W. Farrar. Anna Farrar,
his wife, John Doe Farrar, Jane
Doe
Farrar,
James
Forsyth.
A. O. Forsyth, his wife, Clara M.
Forsyth, John Doe Forsyth. Jane
Doe Forsyth. Jennie Curriu. known
as Jennie E. Currin, John Doe Cur-
rin, Jane Doe Currin, A. O. Lund,
formerly widow of James Forsyth,
John Doe Lund, Jane Doe Lund, P.
H. Marlay, and Jessie V. Marlay.
his wife, John Doe Marlay, Jane
Doe Marlay, John Doe Neeves, Jan ‘
Doe Neeves, and also all other
persons
or
parties
unknow n
claiming any right, title, estate,
lien or interest in w e real estate
described in the complaint herein,
also all unknown heirs of Henry
W Neeves. AUred Neeves, W iUinm
N n ves, Adeline Wilkinson, for-
uierlv Adeline Neeves, Edward
Forbes, Hannah S. Forbes, Chari s
W. Farrar, Anna Farrar. James
Forsyth, A. O Forsyth Clara M.
Forsyth, Jennie Currin, P. H. Mar-
lay. and Jessie V. Marlay, claim ­
ing any right, title, estate, lien or
interest in the r e — estate des­
cribed in the complaint herein;
ami also the unknown heirs of all
other persons or parties unknown,
claiming any right, title, estate,
lion or interest ir the real estate
described in the complaint herein,
and Clackamas County a munici­
pal corporation. Defendants.
To \lfrcd Neeves. William Neeves.
Adeline Wilkinson, widow of John
U W ilkinson, and formerly A d e ­
line Net ves. John Doe NVev
lane Doe Neeves. Edward Forbes,
and Hannah S. Forbes, his wife.
John
Dee
Forbes.
.lane
Do*
1 orbes.
Charles
W.
Farrar,
Anna Farrnr
his
wife, John
Doe
Farrar.
J in ’
Doe
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rt >r James Forsyth. A. O. Vorsyta,
h i s ’ wife, Clara M. Forsyth. John
Poe Forsyth. Jane Poe Forsy h.
j«r ptc C n f i n . Krow*> ns Jennie K.
Currin. John Do ' Currin, Jane Doe
Currin.
V O. l a n d , f-rm erly
willow O* J mes Forsyth. John Doe
I. und Jin- Poe Lund. P. 11 Mor-
lay ard jc««ie V Marlay. his wife,
John Doe Marlay. Jane Doe Mar-
lay John Poe Neeves. Jane Poe
Neeves. and also all others per­
sons or parties unknown claimi
nov right, title estate, lien or in­
terest in the real estate described
In the complaint herein, also all
unknown heirs of Henry
Neeves.
Alfred Neeves. William
Neeves.
Vdeline W ilkinson, for­
merly
\d elin e Neeves, Edward
Forbes. Itattnnh S Forbes. Charles
W. Farrar. Anna Farrar. James
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Forsyth, A. O. Forsyth, Clara M.
Forsyth, Jennie Currin, P. H Mar­
lay, and Jessie V. Marlay claim ing
any right, title, »estate, lien or in­
terest in the real estate described
in the complaint herein; and also
the unknown heirs of all other
persons or parties unknown claim ­
ing any right, title, estate, lien or
interest in the real estate described
in the complaint herein, Defen­
dants.
In tin* name of the State of Oregon,
you and each of you are hereby r e ­
quired to appear and answer the com ­
plaint of the plaintiffs filed against
you in the above entitled suit, on or
before six ( 6 ) weeks from the 4th day
of March 1920, the date of the first
publication of this summons, to-wit:
appear and answer on or before the
15th day of April 1920, said date
being the expiration of six ( 6 ) weeks
from the date of the first publication
of this summons, and ir you fail to so
appear and answer, for want thereof,
the plaintiffs will apply to the court
for the relief prayed for in their com ­
plaint filed herein, to-wit:
For a decree that the plaintiffs are
the absolute and exclusive owners in
fee-simple of the follow ing described
real property to-wit:
The north one-half (
) of the
northeast one-fourtli ( % ) of the
southeast one-fourth ( V \ ) of Sec­
tion No. 27. Township 1, south of
Range 3, east of the W illamette Meri­
dian; also right of way to one tw en­
ty ( 2 0 ) foot road way, leading from
east or west direct to the County
Road on the north, situated and be­
ing in tlie County of Clackamas, State
of Oregon.
That the defendants have no estate
or interest therein, nor lien thereon,
and that defendants and each of them
he perpetually enjoined and b arrel
from « tting up or claim ing any such
estate, interest or lien; and that
plaintiffs title thereto, be forever
quieted and set at rest; that plaint­
iffs recover their costs and disburse­
ments herein and for such other and
f u r t h e r relief as mav be just and
equitable in the premises.
This •uimmoes is served upon you
bv publication, by order of the Hon.
Ceorcp R Ragley. judge of the above
r-■*{•!•',’ Court, m^de and entered o.i
the ° *i h day of ^ebruarv 1020. di-
re-C rg such nuhliention in the East-
rrn C1ack°nias News, once each week
fe- cix suoc 'ssi’ o weeks.
T h e first publication *s of date
4 tn dov of Marsh 1020. and the
last publication is of date the 15th
day of \ n r i t . 1920.
McGUIRK & SCHNEIDER,
Attorneys for Plaintiffs.
First St°te Park PWg.t Oreshnm. Orl
& 609-15 Fenton Bldg., Portland. Or.
S. E. Wooster & Son report the
sale of 25 acres of land belonging
to W. H. Kennedy of Oklahoma,
to I. \V. Hull of Springwater.
This tract adjoins Mr. Hull’s
farm and will make him 65 acres
in the heart of the Springwater
country.
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