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OREGON. CITY .. J3NTEUPK1SE,. 1UIIDAY, JULY 16, 1909.
LARSEN & COMPANY
Cor 10th Mln St.
OREGON CITY, 0REQ0N.
FLOUR, FEED and HAY
CEMENT, LIME, PLASTER
WE PAY CASH FOR
Don't fin net ti liu'lixlo n but
tin of Vim Diimm'a Extract of
Vniillltt In yiuir mat ordor No
ontrnct lo (!iiiniura wllh It for
tliiviir mill qtinllty.
(I. M, (irotthitiiK. of Wlllioll, l
In dm cltv Moudiiy.
A J Kltitulllor. of Dover, wit In
town on business Momlity.
Horn, Hiiinliiy morning;, lo Mr. nml
Mm. (tu h (irii.tli-r, H tlniiiililr.
Minn Nclll" Villi', "f Vancouver,
WitHh.. In yUHIiik with Mm. H. 8. Moll
ler of this clly.
Const iiblo K. A. Mlloii l" MMnllty
for Miiliniin Itlvcr to serve imperii In
mi lit I m-ti nun t null.
Horn, Hiiinliiy i-vi'iiliiK, lo rrufosser
mill Mm. Itri'iiton Veililnr. nl
iono, n ll'i n n I mm.
C. II. Iiy. Mwynr nnd lwtn Atimit
Ahntrnti carefully miidn. Knl'
nettled. H. W. corner, Kill and Muln
street. Ori'Kon Clly, Ori'Kon.
Ml Alvunln Trwi. of llillllu h
burn, I'll, la visiting: nl tin' hoilli' of
Mm liny Wilcox. In Ibis city.
.lull n Miller, the capltallsl, dlnlii
citti'd hl Jitw bono Initl week prais
ing; KiiIk'T'i Hidden Villi' ( offce,
Mr. niul Mm Th"inu KUIi. of Tyuli
Villi")', wlui have lii'i'll gpcwtltiK '
wiM'k here, left for home Monday.
Mm. H. (!. PIitch, after speiidltiK
few iln In Hul'Mii with h"r brother,
Homer Cleveland, ha ri'lnriiiMl home
Mm. I lull Campbell ami daughter,
l'onit, of H'-iiilli'. urn visiting" nl the
lioioi. uf Mr. niiil Mm. K, II. Vnntlcr
If you lire liHikliiK for K"il farms
either huge or mnull, wi hnvo them
Kieytau (c HwnfTord. iicnr H. I'. !)
(nil. (ingnii Clly, Hr.
SiuniH'l I'l'iimnn, proprietor of til"'
Mllwiinklc Scouring mid llnttliiK M.H.
n mi Oregon Clly business vi-.lt.
Mis Hawli'll, of Seattle, Wash., nf
t.T visiting Ml mm Currle l.uti In thl
city for tin' past nix week, returned
Mm, C. W. Vonili'rnhtt nnd. children
left TliurMilny for Cminon llench
where they will remain ilurliiK tlx
nuimnor nt lh'lr cottage.
tiny Clnrk, who spent several year
In Mexico, hnM ri'turni'il to Ori'Kon City
whom ho will vlMll IiIm parent, Mr.
mill Mm. Theodore Clark.
Money to loan at current rntea. C,
If. Iyo, H. W. Cunier gth and Mnln
street, Orcein City, Oregon.
Mm. 8. M. HnrrlM hna ri'turni'il tn
Oregon City, after a month' ntny In
Southern Oregon, whero she went
for the henertt of her henlth.
John lluny, a resident of Canity,
died there Thuridny. mted 55 year
lie In aiirvlveil by a wife nml fuml'y
of chllilren. The funeral wan held
NorwiMiil It. Charmnn left lat week
for IH'Mchutea. where he Iih accepted
a toMltloii mi assistant engineer of
a surveying party for the O. It. A
William Andreiien and family left
Friday for Newport. Mr. Aildreaen
will he absent altout a week and his
family will remain for tin' Hummer In
Who Is Your Doctor?
NINETY PER CENT OF HU
MAN ILLS CAN BE TRACED
TO WHAT YOU EAT OR
DRINK AND THE WAY YOU
DRINK OR EAT IT.
A GOOD GROCER, THERE
FORE, IS BETTER THAN A
GOOD DOCTOR, OR IT WOULD
BE BETTER TO SAY, "AN
OUNCE OF PREVENTION IS
WORTH A POUND OF CURE."
IF YOU EAT SOME ADUL
TERATED FOOD IT WONT
KILL YOU, BUT KEEP AT IT
A YEAR OR TWO, IF YOU
LIKE, AND SOONER OR LAT
ER YOU WILL FIND IT NEC
ESSARY TO CALL IN THE
DOCTOR FOR SOME CAUSE
THERE IS NOT ANOTHER
8TORE IN WHICH GREATER
CARE IS TAKEN TO BUY
ONLY THE PUREST GOODS
FROM REPUTABLE MANU
FACTURERS OF HIGH
STANDING. WITH THIS FACT
FOREMOST IN YOUR MIND,
DO YOU NOT BELIEVE THAT
HERE IS A GOOD PLACE TO
J. E. SEELEY
THE PEOPLE'S 8TORE
NINTH AND MAIN 8T8
OREGON CITY, OREGON
li 1r r-K
Mr, mid Mm, Maxwell Telford left
Hlliuluy for Heal I In, where they will
visit tlm A. Y. 1'. for I wo wueka, They
will vlalt other cltlea on (lie Hound
he fur it rei in ulna.
V. flrlcMMcll, Who IlIlM linen ntlMei'lllK
for I ho piiHt month with a NrloiiN
iiitnck of luflamutory iheuiiiiillniu, haa
none to HI. Miirtlim Hot HprliiKa to
remain for u few wkoIin.
If you have any kooiI oily liomea
for Hale, lint them Willi UN, iim wo are
I iiiiviiik imiuiry ror thorn. rreyuiK
Hwarfmil, near H. 1. Depot, Ori'Kon
Mm. , K. Illckem, wife, of the
Huperliilemlnlil of the lioinn of the
l.'eeliln Minded at Hllleiu, returned lo
Hitli'tu Momlny iiIkIiI, after a few iIiivh
vlnll III UiIm city iim the K'i''l of Mm.
Dr. Anna Hweet, a phytilclan of Hun
frmicltico, Mpeiit Thiimdny In IliU city
Willi Mm. Henry Meldnun. Dr. Hweet
In HpeiiilliiK her vncntlon In I'urt IiiimI.
UN III" KUCMl Of Ml'N. Melllrillll'M llnilKh'
ler, MrN, Hurley HleveliN.
Mr. mid MrM. Arthur Howluml and
lit I" iIiiiikIiIit, Kli.ulicih, who Imve
heen vImIHiik for Hut piiHt month with
Mra. HiiwInuil'N parenlM, Mr. nml MrN.
JmneM CIiiihk, reiunieil to their home
nl llrmil'a I'uhm Hiilurdiiy,
$100, (linn and other nuiii to loan
on rariu laud. C. II. )yo, cornvr of
Kth ami Main mi reel m, Ori'Kon City,
Mr. nml Mm (1. . I'lemt nml iIiiukIi
ler, MImn Homii, of (,wa KuIIn, u
arrived here Halurdny nfterniHiu and
are vIhHIiik at the hoiuo of Mr. and
Mm, II. (i. Pierre on r'UH View. The
two men nre lirothiTH. The vlnllom
lire en route to the A. Y. 1'. expiiMlllon,
llr. mid Mm. It. , Tnlmr, Mr. mid
M in Knlph Miller nml knliy left Tiin-
ilny fur Cminon lluuch, Orcein, where
they will open up the 8ylvun I'nrk
Inn for the NeiiHiin, Mr mid MrN.
Miller will remain for flvo weekN,
mid Mm. Tah'ir will remain until full.
Ir. A. 1.. Ilentle mid Dr. Clyde
Mmilit lire ntlenilliiK the Hluli, Denial
AMMiiclutliiu, nt rortliiud tills week.
Dr. llealle In prcHldeut of I he Ai hocIi.
Hon. M Inn KHiel (Jreen. who lnm In en
rpemlliiK her two weekN' vncntlnii
ri'Miimed her phIiIihi In the den'ul
Hee Preying t SwnrTord If you Imve
koihI farm Inud fur nale. We are liuv
Iiik lii'iulry for kmhI property. OlMco
near H. I. leMtt, Ori'Kon City.
Mr. mid MrM, William Morfltt, of
I'nitliind, have returned lioinn, after
a hrlef vlMll with Mm. K. J. Miimhall,
of Cmn'iiiah. They were accompniiled
home ,y ICuilly Mlillmn, who will re
mnln u week In Portland. Wllllmn
MnrHhall, of KiinhcHvIIIo. Iiiih iiIho heen
a KiM'Mt of IiIh inollitr. Mra.E. J. Mar-
M Inn Homii Hi'IIIiik, of Port html, ar
rived In OrcKmi Clly Moil. lay, nnd In
Ihe KOiMt of her coualn. Mm. K. T.
KleliU. MIhn Helllnir. ncmmimuleil tiy
Mm. KleldM. MImn Hyhll Mppltl nnd
Hainu.'l Sellluu will leave next week
lor a ten day' vlMlt at the A. Y. P.
.MIhn II. II. Cleveland, of South Da
kota, arrived Saturday ami In the
Kuent of her NlMter. Mm. It. C. Pierce.
MImn Cleveland haM been vlnlllliK the
eipoHltlon nt Heatllc. anil inny decide
lo locale III IhlN city. ThlN In her
corn! irlp to Ori'Koli, havliiK vlHlted
the I.cwIk and Clnrk expiiMlllon at
Jucoli HtrnlKlit. who recently return
ed from WumIiIiikIoii. win on lust
Wedlii'Mdny taken to Ihe (iood Sa inn r
llnn HoMpllnl In Portland, where he
underwent a nciIoun aurKlral opera
tion for iippemlli'llU. Ho U iiiucli
luiprovcil, and will lie ahlo to be
hroiiKlit to hlN liouift In UiIn city with
in a few weeka.
I liuv re-located my law ofllc at
nt the 8. V. corner of 8th and Main
Hireetrt. upNtalm. Will bo nlened to
meet ny frlenda at niy new office.
C. II. DYE. Attorney.
Mr. nnd Mm. Uuy Iteddlck and
Olen Cheney, who have been vlnll
lliK Willi Mr. and Mm. E. G. Crecn-
man nt Salmon, have returned home.
They wero broiiKht home by Mr. and
Mm. A. W. Cheney, who ffuulit the
trip by automobile. The party had
an enjoyable lime, over a On trout be-
Itev. Arthur llelltlo. of Mlnneanolln,
Minn., who Iihm been apeiidliiK a few
dnyi with Mr. and Mra. Hubert Ileal te,
the former beliiR a coiimIii of Itov.
llealle. ban mine to Hpokanp. Itev.
llealle recently apttni a few daya at
tl o t xHiHltlon nt Seutlle, nml reporU
that too Ori'Kon exhibit In attractliiK
no Utile nitentliin.
The HIitIIiik Double Indemnity Pol-
Icy of the Columbia National Ufe In-
Miiranco Co. In the mom liberal up-to-date
contruct In tint market. StroiiK
cnI MiiNKjichuMettH coniiiiiny bcIIIiik
dlHiiblllty liiHiirmico. For particulars
call on V. 11. Klepper. with 0. W.
KiiHtbam & Co.
Mm. Archie McCord, who under.
went a very severe operation In Port-
ami nt the North Pacific Sanatorium
everul weeks iik, Is now at the homo
if her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
Stevens, of thlc city. She Is Improv
ing rapidly nnd will return very soon
to her home at Molalla. where Mr.
McCord Is employed na sawyer In the
South Sldn Milling Company.
Mrs. Kcniik Stout, of St. Joseph,
Mo., who has been spending the past
week nl the homo of Mr, nnd Mrs.
C.C. Ilubcock , left Sunday for Seat
tle, Wash., whero sho well remain
with relatives for a few weeks before
rttiruing to her home In Missouri.
Mrs. Stotnt came west to attend the
A. Y. I. Sho la tbo nleco of Mrs.
Mnry McCnrver, of this city.
Don McdliiHlinii, who left here sev
eral years ago with hla parents, Mr.
nnd Mrs. J. A. MctiliiHbnn, for Motion!,
Is In Oregon City vlnll Iiik with Mr.
and Mrs. W. W. Mars. Mctilashan
i-cenily Joined the Iloslon Ideal Opera
Company, the, members of which lire
summering nt Medfonl. After remain
lug In this clly for u few days he will
go to Portland for u visit, and Join
Hut company at Hint place, mid will
leave, for llrlllUh Columbia. Mr. mid
Mm McUlnalmn, who recently sold.
their interest at Medford, will probab
ly itiiiko I heir homo In Portland.
Itev. T. K. Ilowen, rector of St.
Paul's Church, will take n vacation of
four weeks, beginning next Sunday.
Ho will leuvn Friday with his family
for Seaside, whero ho will have charge
for two weeks of tint services In the
Kplscopal chapel (hero. During his
ultseticH there will bo morning aervlco
very Sunday nt St. Paul's church.
Thesit will be conducted by Mr. Wll
llmn llaiiiiuiiml and Mr, W. A. Shew
Sliownimi. ,lr who aro licensed lay
readers of St. Paul's Parish.
Aaron McConnell, of Wllsonvlllo,
one of tint prominent farmers of I Wat
place, was In Oregon Clly Wednesday.
Mr. McConnell bus n farm of 2!i acres,
four ncres of this being rich beuver
lain Inud. Hit has plained one and
one-half ncres In onions, nnd says that
the crop on his place, looks good. On
many of I ho farms where Iho ground
I In iil.'int'M to onions, the crop will be
hurt, ns worms lire playing havoc
with I hn oiilnriN, Tim grain crop wan
greatly bnuefllinl by tint ritcmit rains
In and uround Wllnonvllle.
Dr, and Mra, I A. Morrla leav Fri
day for a mouth' sojourn on Cannon
Mm. IC, 15. Taylor, of Bollwood, la
vlMltlng Imr mother, Mra. Ilolton, ul
(I, I"" IliirdllK left Wednesday for
a week'a visit with frlenda on tint
YnchitlN, on thn Southern ('oast of
MIhn Dotllo May Davenport nnd
Itoy (',. Iliirdnttii were granted a mar
rliiKit HceiiHit WitdneNdny. Thn young
people ant prominent reHldeulN of
Ciniiily Clerk and Mra. F. W. Omen
man left Thumilay for a fortnight 'a
Irlp on Puget Hound. They will visit
tint exposition at Heiitlli) and will visit
relatives at Mount Vernon, WuhIi,
Mrs. Anna K rimer, who tins boon
spending lint winter In tint KiihI, has
returned to OrcKitu Clly, nnd dlapoKi.ul
of her property on Kails View. Mrs.
Kruger la contemplating making her
lioinn In Portland.
Tint marrliiKc of Thomas C. LIvcHay
to MImn Myrtle I, Kllnnt was aoleiiui
l.ed WedniiNility uiornlug by Justice, of
the I'l'itco. Hiiiiihoh. Thn hrliln and
groom aro residents of Woodbiirn.
Mr. mid Mrs. Clyde (J, Huntley mid
iliiiiKliler Mildred left Tuesdiiy for
HeiiHldit. Mr. Huntley will attend the
Klntit I'huriiiiicviitlcnl AsHoclntlon an
nual meet lug and will lie alment sev
eral weekN, while bin family will re
main ul Seaside all Hummer.
Mr. and Mrs. James II. Ilohlnson
mid two hoiih, Kenneth and Don. ar
rived yesterduy from Chleo, ChI., and
are tint giiestN of Mrs. Itobllisou's sla
lom, the MIhnkn Cocbrmi. Mr. Itobln
ou and family have Hold their homo
In Chleo, ami will make their future
home In Portland.
Mm, H. ,M. Harris, who recently re
turned from Southern Oregon, whero
she went for the benefit of her health,
b'fl Thursday for Molulla, where she
will visit with Mm. 8nm IiiK'i. mid
from Hint place alio will go to Mar-
ciniim. where she will visit her moth
er. Mrs, Mary Jackson.
The estate of C. C. Tlmm has been
filed for probatn In the probate court
of Clackamas County. The value of
the estate Is $10011. The administra
trix appointed Is Mm. Kmma Wills.
Tim following sinters of tbo deceused
nre the heirs: Mlnnlo Campbell, of
Hellwood; Mary llaylett. of Wllla-
burg; Hose Wells, of WlllsburK.
lohn Flnncane, clerk In the officii
of the I'lmuon Puper Mills, at lylutn
ou, Oregon, arrived Momlny. and will
remain with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. (!. Fltiucane, for a week. Ilu will
bo accompanied by his mother next
Veek to Seattle, where they will visit
for a week at Hut A. Y. P. Exposi
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Ijine, and daugh
ter, (ilndys. of Pendleton, are visit
ing nl the home of Miss Ada lledwell,
who Is mi aunt of Mr. Ijine. They
came down to Portland five weeks ago
to sen tint Hone Show and Immediately
after their nrrlvul Mrs. Ijiiiu. became
III mid was taken to the hospital for
n serious operation, from which sho
lias completely recovered.
Dr. nnd Mrs. W. A. U-ard. of Spen
cer, lu., who have been visiting wilh
Itev. and Mrs. T. F. ltowen, left Tues
day for Seattle. After a abort stay
there they will go to Vancouver, I). C,
and from that point they will travel
caul ward over the Canadian Pucillc,
making several stops on the way at
different places in Canada.
Miss Uzxle PankraU and Miss
Marie Preuschoff will leave for Seattle
Saturday, whero they will visit the
Fair for a fow days. From there they
will proceed on their Journey to
Alaska, where Miss Pankratz has been
living for tho past six yearn. Miss
PreuHchoff will accompany her to her
home In Alaska. Mlaa Pnnkrati has
been visiting friends In Oregon City
Dr. A. W. lynnl, of Spencer, Iowa,
who wiih hla wifo are guests at the
homo of Rev. and Mm. T. F. nowen,
left 'on Wednesday, accompanied by
Alec Ilowen for a trip to Mount Hood.
Tbo two men went as far as Boring
on the electric car, and from that
place will take tho trip by foot. They
expect to make the round trip in
four days. Dr. and Mra. Lean), who
uro on a tour of tho West, lire very
much Impressed with Oregon. Ito
fore arriving here they visited the
A. Y. I. Exposition at Seattle. They
will visit Interesting points In British
Columbia before returning to their
home In Iowa.
It's luck to amoko Puck.
The Bettor than 6c Cigar
The Cigar in the Green Box.
Fred Warner, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Hubert Warner, was married last Wed
nesday at Camus to Miss Geneva Drown
u daughter of a retired farmer and
capitalist of the 'Washington town.
The groom Is In the machine room of
tho Willamette. Pulp & Paper Com
pany ami met hlH hrlilo while working
In the mills of the Crown-
Columbia Pulp & Paper Company
nt Ciuniis. Mr. Warner la build
ing a bungalow at the corner of Third
and Center si roots nnd has It nenrly
completed. The happy couple hnve
giino to Tioga, on North lioneh, for
their honeymoon and will return In
about a week.
Tho Krateriuil llrotherhood held In
stallation Wednesday evening, Mrs.
Noldy, of I8 Angeles. California, he
lng the Installing olllcer. Rev. J.
A. Ilntchelor, of Sim Francisco, was
present, nnd miiilu an excellent ad
dress. The following officers were In
stilled: President, H. W. Strehlg;
vice-president, Miss l.etlm Jackson;
chitplln, Mrs. II. Strehlg; sergeant-nt-nrms,
Sam Shlvely; master-nt-iirnis,
Miss l,enu Mlelke; Indoor keeper,
Henry Mycin; outordoor-kooper. Er
nest Illossoni; musician, Oscnr Wood
On; captain of the team, Mr. Mead.
The nianingii of l,um Stevens, n
well known pnper mill employe, to
Miss Muude. Dnuthlt, took place nt
high noon Monday In tho First llapllst
Church, Itev. John M. Linden uHlclnt
lug. The ceremony was quiet, being
attended hy tho brother and . sister
of Ihe bride. Mr. and Mrs. Stevens
left, on the afternoon train from Port
land for Routt lu, where they will vis
it Hie A. Y. P. exposition and will then
return to Vnncouvor, Wash., for a
brief visit. The will make their home
In tills city on Sixth nml Washington
Ad Ohio cuttlcinuii why coinplujua
Ihut the merits uf tint Devon arc not
brought to the front as tbey should b
anya of till breed:
"Just why more In nut sit Id about
tliDiii I cannot conceive. The Devon la
no doubt one of the oldest breed In
tin United States. It may be that Ihe
Devon breeder In too unxli-Mt to write
up the merits of the breed llv hn an
animal that Nulla him at the pall and
the block or aa a farmer' cow vultnble
fur whatever place Mint may be called
"We are aware thai there aro very
few Devon In the middle west or the
corn belt, and why there nIiuuIiI not be
more I a wonder to urn, a they are
ulted to that section a a No ) beef
animal. The iteer mnture at a early
an age thoe of any other breed,
and when put beside any of the larger
beef animal they are not wanting In
quality or In rapidity of growth. While
we admit they do not grow a large a
fhe noble Shorthorn, Hereford or Po
land Angus, atlll they are large enough
to suit tho averngo farmer, and we
assert that nr. breed will make more
beef per acre tt grass ciiisiimed or
bushel of feed fed than do the Ievon.
One of their strong ilut Is that they
are easy to fatten on a Ninnll quantity
of feed, and no breed K'vit a finer
quality of beef, or a greater per cent
of meat per enrcas. The meat I well
marbled and les olTnl than moNt beef
"Devon cattle are not merely a breed
produced by careful selection and
breeding for a numlx-r of years, but a
race of entile which with most of Its
distinctive feature has heen knowu in
Great Britain since the conquest of the
country by Julius Cnear nearly 2.000
year ngo. Thin race has fur the past
200 year been carefully bred atid all
cars taken to Improve It which bos
marked the Improvement of other
bretits of cattle The type produced
by thl course of cnreful breeding ba
Intcome fixed and has rendered the
Devon wonderfully prepotent In stamp
ing hi distinctive feature upon bis
progeny and making hlnj of great
value to croa upon any breed of cat
tle. They are very bnrdy nd stand
not only change of cllmute, but will
live and prosper on short feed and
acanty pasture, yet with good care
will how a good If not better result
than any other breed.
"Professor William Brown of the
Agricultural Experiment station at
Guelph, Canada, says of (lie Devon:
Th mmarktbl futur of 111 Devon
with u ha bn 11 uniform conduct, no
coming and aolng In anythlnK. but an
vn run of bmedtns: health am good do
ing undar all conditions. Summer and
winter Ui lvoo 1 equally at home,
plump on putur and In rood heart In
th stall without grairi. Tliay hava been
particularly cood mother, mining their
ealvas In a manner auparlor to anything
In our aiparlonca. Th Devon calf la al
ways a full calf on It milk alon. rolling
In fat and with all of the build of an old
anlmaL Th particular character of th
braad and th rich milk glva thaaa reauna.
Th Devon row is milker rich In quality,
moderate In quantity, whll tb bull give
a fram to th steer that com paras well
with other for baaf carrying.
"The above statement of an unprej
udiced and careful observer is certain
ly complimentary to the beautiful red
cattle and can be corroborated by all
breeders of Devon. Tbey are often
apoken of aa the 'Little Devon.' The
forcing process may cause aome of the
more bulky breed to outstrip them In
weight The bull Banister weighed
630 pounds at eight month old, Felix
IL weighed 1.530 at two years old,
Duke of Namdeo 2.030 at three years
old. Cows also show good weights.
A DIVOM OOW
Rose V, when In milk weighed 1.230;
Rose when thirteen years old and In
milk weighed 1.203 pounds. Devon
steers weigh from 3.000 to 4.300 pounds
per pair and work as oxen to give these
weights, so we find tbey are not so
small after all.
"Now, as for milk and butter pro
ducers, will say that the ruUk of the
Devon Is rich In casein and butter, a
cow producing from fourteen to twenty-one
pounds of butter per wees, giv
ing from twenty to twenty-two quarts
of rich milk per day. The Devon cow
Wisconsin Itclle averaged forty-two
quarts of rich milk per day, and from
fifty pounds of her milk two pounds
twelve ounces of butter were made
Gem produced 215 pounds of butter In
nlnety-Qve days, about two and a quar
ter pounds a day Beauty produced
sixteen pounds of butter a week when
she waa fourteen years old, at which
most cows of the butter breeds bave
pnsjed to that country where churn
dashers are unknown.
"We might go on giving records, but
this will suttlce to show the Devon a
valuable animal tit the block or dairy
From the nbove one will see that the
Devon Is suitable for the average
farmer In nil sections, either on the
range or In the corn belt of the west
or on the blenk hills of the cold regions
of tho north In fact wherever tried
they have not been found wanting
They are always In good heart nnd re
spond to good treatment."
HEADRICK IS DISMISSED.
Judge Samson Finds Evidence Not
Sufficient to Hold Oswego Man.
The preliminary hearing of Leonard I
Hondrlck, charged with stealing about
$"fi from tho snlooii of Geori;e Saf- j
ford at Oswego, took place Wednes-,
duy nftornoim. Hondrlck. who was j
defended by Attorney George C. Brow-.
noil, was dismissed by Justice Samson,
who stated that the evidence was
Insufficient to warrant holding tho
mnn. It appeared irom the testimony
that there was a woman behind the
bar In Snfford's saloon, anil she was
mixed up lu the case to an extent.
Athletics' Showing Due Mostly to
His Managerial Ability.
WILL HE LAND ANOTHER FLAG7
Raoant Oood Playing of Philadelphia
Americans Making Rlvsl Sit Up and
Tak Notice Tam Mad 8na
tlonal Spurt on Wastarn Trip.
By TOMMY CLARK.
Can Mannger Connie Mack of the
Tblladelphla Americans keep hi
youngster keyed up to such a pitch
during the entire Reason and then bring
them through the terrific straggle
which Invariably take place during
tho last few week of the race In Kan
Johnson' league? Thl Is the ques
tion that the even other malingers In
the big league pre asking. The Drat
few weens of the present season the
Athletics looked like the cheapest kind
of a second division team. Then came
the first western trip. What Connie
Mack's band of ball tossera did to the
westerners Is now baseball history.
The Athletics' record to date Is sn
Instance of what competent manage
ment will do fur a combination of ball
players that 1 not up to championship
caliber. Manager Muck knows that on
the surface bis team la not considered
first place material, but there have
been many pennants won by inferior
teams guided by muster managers.
In the two years that the Athletic
bouored Philadelphia by bringing cham
pionship to the Quaker City It was
freely admitted by critics that these
pennants were more the result of
Mack's Napoleonic strategy than the
Inherent superiority of bia teams over
cue or two other contenders for the
championship. At the beginning of
the present season Manager Mack stat
ed that be bad a great task abead of
blm to mold bis material Into a win.
nlng combination, that bis material
was promising, but not exceptional In
character, but that be was confldvnt
that be could pick from It a winning
In sizing up Mack's team one fluds
no Wagners, Lajoles or Craw fords on
It, Still, the ginger and team work that
mOBSB KDDIB PLAKK OF TBI PHILA
the astuto manager has Injected Into
the members of the In Held and outfield
account for the splendid showing of
the team. The catching department Is
not any too strong. Lapp and Living
ston, the two youngsters, cannot be ex
pected to show the form of a Johnny
Kllng with a few months' experience
lo the big leagues. Ira -Thomas, the
former Detroit catcher. Is doing good
work for Mack. His batting Is a great
help to the team, but his arm la under
suspicion. Harry Davis Is about the
best player In the Infield. He Is also a
handy man with the willow. Collins,
at second, and Barry, at short, are
youngsters. Baker, at third. Is a good
one. Ills batting and fielding have been
a feature of the Athletics' games. In
the outfield are two veterans "Topsy"
Hartsell. In left nnd Bob Ganlcy,
former cnptnln of the Washlngtons. lu
center. Both men are playing as well
as they ever did. and yet they are far
from being stars of the first water.
Murphy, In right field, plnys a fairly
good pump. Many of the Athletics'
victories nre due to the good work of
the pitchers. Plank. Bender, Dygert,
Coombs. Vlckers. Salve, Schlltzer,
Kntuse and Flater comprise one of the
strongest pitching staffs in the Amer
UNION HIGH SCHOOL TALK.
and West Oregon
Tho people of the Willamette and
West Oregon City school district are
of conlbinng f()r the eamblish-
, , ,
le,lt f u"lon high school.
nothing has been done yet, nnd the
whole proposition Is In embyro, there
is a prospect that the two districts
may get together. Both districts are
growing rapidly and have' need of a
four years high school course.
For The Children
Let the children learn how to make
their own pictures and post cards.
It is very simple and inexpensive.
"We show them everything free of
Brownie No. 1 size 21 by 21 $.00
Brownie No. 2 size 21 by 31 ' 2.00
Brownie No. 2A size 21 by 41 3.00
Brownie No. 3 size 31 by 41 4.00
Eastman Cameras and Kodaks op to $50.00
Bt t meister 8c Andresen
JUregon City Jewelers
Courtney 6ays He Was Mistreated.
Archie L. Courtney Is the plaintiff
In a divorce suit, the defendant being
iJicy M. Courtney. They were mar
ried in Denver, Colorado, July 2. 1902.
There is one child, five years old. In
his complaint Courtney charges his
wife with cruel and inhuman treat
ment. George C. Brownell is attorney
for the plaintiff.
Balloon Falls at ShubelJ
Last Wednesday afternoon a balloon
came from the skies and fell on the
school house at Shubel. The cloud
visitor measured 15 feet In length
and was evidently sent put Tuesday
night from Council Crest, for a card
from Council Crest Tavern was at
tached. Kicked by a Horse.
G. Gengler, of Clackamas Heights,
was- kicked by a horse Tuesday and
sustained a compound fracture of his
right arm. The fracture was reduced
by Dr. C. H. Melssner and the aptient
Is on the road to recovery.
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Apply Thos. F. Ryan, Masonic Bldg.,
or residence. '
FOR SALE MARE, H00 LBS. $50.00.
Span sorrel Mares $275.00; Pigs,
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cows. Thos. F. Ryan, Masonic Bldg,
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Vegetable, Fruits, Etc
OREGON CABBAGE 10c. doz.
OREGON ONIONS $1.25 Back.
POTATOES 1 3-4 to 2c.
CAULIFLOWER $1.00 doz.
CUCUMBERS 25c. doz.
TURNIPS c. doz. beat.
PEAS 5c. lb.
BEANS 5 to 6c.
BEETS 10c per doz. bunches.
CARROTS 40c per doz. bunches.
RHUBARB 2c lb.
LETTUCE 15c doz. bunches.
Butter and Eggs.
BUTTER Ranch 10 to 45c; cream
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HONEY 13c frame.
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CHERRIES Royal Anne, 3c; Blng,
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Clackamas County Live Stock.
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HAMS 17 to l?c.
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