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rORTYFOUNTH YBAR No. 11.
OKEOON CITY, OKEGOX, FRIDAY, MAKCII 18, 1910.
SECRETARY SAWYER RECEIVING
INQUIRIES FROM AFAR ABOUT
NEW ADVERTISING PLAN
Oragon City Should "Oat Buay" With
Coming of Spring, and Claan
Up Har Striata and
letter of lli(iilry about Clackamas
'mint y art coming l"r from distant
point anil Hecreiury Hawyer, nf the
liiililli'lty department of tlx' Cominer
rliil ('lull, him JiiHt received letter
ttoni ili attorney general I'orto
II lii). Writing from Hun Jiniii. thin
ultli lul nu) lot bus in-cu some of tilt)
literature from ttiln c-(loii ami wants
inori', iia hi liiicimely Interested In
tin. Northwest ami In (iiii-kniiin Coil
lily In particular. Mr. Hawyer also
ri-rolved a letter from a party i'f men
who nre wot kltiK for th 1'nlted
Hmtra government III tli canal otw.
Tim tropic huvi' I'Vlili'litly Utile at
trai l li n fur Hume men ami they mini
lfit keen Interest In Mil locality.
'I he work that linn been done by tin1
publicity ill-part mi'iil of the Cummer
rial Club during the last lx month
In bearing fruit ami there I every
linlU-nitoii of n rush of home"eker
to Cliu-kiiuin County llila Spring
(.nl pHtiiio mi-it are dally receiving
i-on- of liniulrle from visitor.
Herrvinry Sawyer liiia a plnn for ail
vcitlMug Oregon City In tin' .Middle
Writ Unit ha received the warm ap
inlatlmi of Chairman Prank Hunch,
of thi tiuhlliity department. Mr. nn
vi r iirniniiii'a to have I tin pupil of
tli rlly arliiHila write Inlli'ra t" the
piiplU of w-hooU of Minm-niHilla ami
Si Paul, ami In1 miiitk t oiitiiin
th name of aevrrnl thousand of
ill.-. i. children to form a mailing llt
In llila iiintim-r hiimlri-'la of rhlliln-n
of tlin middle Western rltl-H will
Irarit nlxtut Oregon and their parent
will tiaturnlly secure mum- of llila In
(iirmutloii. Tin' srhctuc will alao be
educational for tin' puplla of Oregon
City, fur through the umdlitm of c-or
I nitiiti-nr lln-y will li'arn of fad
uliout Mm i-ltli-a of St. I'niil anil win
m-aixilU that roulil nut poaallily tin
ubutnod iii any ulbrr way. and tho
Informal Inn gullied through the eye
of lioya nml girl of Ihi-lr own ax"
will lie of i'npi''liil valili. While tin'
pliin of Mr. Hawyer I not entirely new
It Inia ni-vi-r lii-cn trlnd In tlila section
In-fore, anil Mr. Sawyer n-coguliei the
fm-t thai "there la nothliiK new tinder
With the comliiis of HprliiK. after
an eapei-lnlly vlKornna Winter, the
pi-opli- of Ou-Riiit City who take a
prlile In ill" appi-nrum-e of their iroe
eriy are liuikliiK pliiim that will beau
tify the city. IJiwn niowera are belnic
IrnKKeit from biinenn-ntii, flower K'ir
ileim lire belltR overhauled, urnHK aeed
niiweil nml every effort belnu niaile
t im t will n-Hiilt In the Ri-nernl Im
provement of the pit jr.
Mr. Hiiwyi-r la isreiiily Interexteil In
I bin mntter. lie wiintu to aee every
tmalKhlly l't l Oreuon City rleniieil
up early nml la uiihIouh to riKiperute
with the property ownera nml oihera
towiinl thlit end.
"There nre ninny people who hnril
ly reallre I he ImprcKKlon vlsltora re.
reive from viewing unkempt ynrda,"
iuiIiI Mr. Hnwyer recently. "If every
one will in bin or her nhnre townnl
kei-pltiK the KrouniN nml the atreeta
nml wulka frnntliiK their property tient
nml rlenn the n-Niilt will ill once he
limn I fi-n tnl. TIiIh Im hoihi-HiIiic w e nre
nil llitereated irt. or lit leiiHt we oilKht
to be, nml I hope every resident of
Ori-Kon City will tnke n perKotinl pride
In removliiK from hIkIH nil debrln nml
other mnlcrliil rnli-iilnleil to Injure the
iipni-iiriiiH-e of Hie city."
CoiiHlilernhle compliilut hna been
mnile nt chli-keiia running nt'lurcn In
different aeeilona of the rltv. Thev
nre nllnwed to tret nwny from their
own vnriln and wnnder about In the
nelehlHir'H KiinleiiH. plnvlnit hnvoe
with flower beila nml Inwtm.
DIRECTORS FIX UP
8TUDENTST0 HAVE ATHLETIC
FIELD ON PROPERTY OF
The Hoard of tilrectora of I he city
arhnolH lin inailn a Unlit upproprla
llnii for Dm liiiprovemeni of the
k i 1 1 1 ii 1 1 h aurrnumlliiK thu KiihiIiiiiii
IiiiIIiIIiiu, where the IIIkIi ai-hool la
lornted. The adviinri'il atiidi-uta liuvi-Mlri-mly
eipended hImhii $26 out of
their ulhletlc fund tn plucn the Krnuiiil
In heiier romllilon, and thu Improve'
meiit la not only a benefit to the prop
erty but It ndda vantly to the ai-ni-ral
Mppenram-e of the Kimthitin bulldliiK
and KrnumlH. The arlioolhimaii la ad
iititiiKeoualy loi-nled on properly ttuil
wan orlKlniilly dedli'iiied for park pur
pimea, II la the purne of the mini
enu in have u bum-liall field nnd a
lawn letiulH court on the Kroumla.
Ml mi Clara Koeruera rHlKiiatlon aa
milM-i'iiiiiiii'tary tin iicri-ptei) by I In
LAND BEINO PURCHA8ED FOR
THI8 PURPOSE BETWEEN
MOLALLA AND WILHOIT.
WILL CULTIVATE FRUIT
M. Juitm of Thla City, Haa 160 Acr
Farm, and- Othara Invaat Money
In Cholca Neighboring
KENNEDY IS GIVEN
CUSTODY OF CHILD
YOUNGEST SON WAS NOT BEINO
BROUGHT UP IN RIGHT
KIND OF ATMOSPHERE.
OIL AND GAS
FALL SOWN GRAIN
SCARCE IN COUNTY
CORPORATION FORMED TO PR0&
PECT AND DEVELOP MOST
Krank Kennedy, employi-d hh re
ceiving clerk for the ier ft Krank
Company of Portland, dan ln-eri a
warded the rtmtody of bla youiiKi-at
aon, ac-d four yeara. after Introducing
evidence In the Clnckuniiia Courtly
Circuit Court to anow mat the boy,
who hit been In tho cuntody of hlrt
mrillii.f. lln Illiinr-hp Wi.milu f..i I . . .
. ' h. L,.. i:,ZV:. Z After Peraonal Ex.
GROUND WAS TOO DRY
SEEDING UNTIL LATE
Very little fall aown grain will be
harvfcated In Clackamas County tbla
year, according to Nicholas Blair, a
GOOD FLOW AT 1500 FEET I r J?
aminatlon, Speaka Encouraging
ly of Field on Clackamaa
Ili-f ire many moiitha there will be
a thriving Anmrlan colony between
Moliilla nml Wllfiolt Kprlngii. Krank
Mukove haa luxt iiurchaMi-d the kl)
.iima Mii-rner una moveii ..- fl...i. i...,. ,r,lr. ,,, ,r Miller
with her family to Ht. Johna, where ,,, ,,ir,. ,,.,, I1()r(b of wlll0t
Mr. Kocrner ih aiiperiutemieni or me sprliiKa nnd five Aiiatrlnn funilllea
wiKiieii mm. iiuriiiK tne remuimier or ,., HrI1(V .,.ii,.,i ,twr. u i.
tne m-hiMii year MJ Mnrgiiret w aten. , tv ,)l.,.(i . lmrchioie Bddlilon
paiigh, formerly of the Wlllmnetie ......1 ,,. ,h,., .,.,.,i,1i, nnd It In !!!.
hi-IiihiU, will ni t aa mibatltute tench- )v ,,,, ,.,,.,. , ,,,, jf th(, v,.lir i0
i-r. ,,l r.n fi, 111 1 1 will 1 ir.il 1,. Mr Mnh.
kovr. ncromiiunlel by M Junln, Jim-
High Jinka in Chlefa Honor. ! eph Jimiln nnd John Hrblltr. have Juki
Cbnrlea Croiier, who wiut recently ratiirm-d from an exnmlmiilon of the
elected chief of the Oregon ( Ity fire property. There are many Anmrlain
depiirtnieiit, waa the gui-Bt of honor employed In the paper mllla here nnd
Monday HUM at a giiinertng or me Uome of them will go Into the fruit
volunteer- firemen In the hall of Cntn- mining ImliiHtry.
raet Hone Company No. 2. of which m.. Juatln nnd Joe'Koaa have been
Mr. Crom-r hna long been a member. I nix-nillng aevernl daya on the Juatln
The membi-ra of the pumpaiiy were fllrln ,l(.llr wuholt. Mr. Juatln han
himpliiibli' hoHta ami the evening wiih jllllt pUri-hiiaed 220 choice fruit tree,
pleaaaiitly apent Informnlly. Ilefrenh- w,(-h will he planted on IiIk ir,0 acre
melita were aerved.
tract of bind. Tlu-rv are now under
cultivation :i'l acrea nnd be expecta in
have one of the Ix-Ht fnrnia In that
part of the county In a few year.
Andrew Zwan haa arrived from Mln-n.-Hiitit,
and will have charge of the
place ti tit l Mr. Juatln takea ikki-h-
FIR8T CLASS HOGS ARE BEING
SOUGHT AT $11.25
EGGS STILL GO DOWN
Veal la Alao Hard to Find and the
Price -n Thu Article
Boar Upward Accordingly.
Too Late For Tax Rebate.
Sheriff ileal In baa collected Home-
thing more tluiii :iuu.ut)u In ta.e up
to Tiicmlny when the lime expired for
obtaining the 3 per pent rebate. The
lot 11I roll waa (27,l")0. Taxpayers
have until the nml Monday In April
to pay one half of their tux. After
that date penally and Inn-rent will he
The Incut market la very quiet thla
week, and there are few notable fea-
turea. Nearly all of the local vego.
tallies have pasm-il out of the markets
and the tables of Oregon City families
lire being supplied by luiMirlalliins
from California until thla yeara gnr-
.I,... IiiixL Iiimii.,i.u Miitrlm! 11 lit. I l.'i,i
I.-.,.. .,.i,..., . -11..1 .....1 rr.....r. (iiickiiniiia County la valued nt $2000
..... .. .... .. ...,. . w.,1... ,i
(iiiii iii ui 11 n wn n pnir.iniii 1 ui 11 in
will waa mnde In Scotland nnd the
New Pump to 8tart Up.
Superintendent W. II HowPII. of
the water coinmlaalon. Ja exiM-ctlng
every day to receive the plley for the
Ikulge pump which waa Installed a
few moiilha ago. The pulley was
ordered from a Chicago house Home
time ago and aboiild arrive here with.
In a few- days. Aa main aa It reaches
Oregon (ity Mr. Howell will place
the new pump In operation.
Shipowner Will Probated.
The will of the lute Alexander Mac
lleulh was admitted to probate In the
tiftlra of County Clerk Oreenman Tues
day and Miss Mary Mnclteuth, of Ob
wego, a dnughter of the deceased, was
apiMilnted executrix. The estate In
up In anything hut a desirable atmos
phere. Mra. Kennedy was Mia
llliincbe Keith, and formerly resided
In West Oregon Cliy. She filed a suit
against Kennedy for a divorce, but
he waa given the decree and the care
of their 7-year-old aon.' The younger
boy was given to the' mother. The
bT;wecn,Mp,,r. that Nnrrla
a rooming house at Portland and hired
INTERESTING MEETING FRIDAY
' AFTERNOON RE9ULTS IN
TO INCORPORATE SOON
T'p to the middle of October." said
Mr. Ulalr, "the ground waa too dry I
for needing and late In October when
the rain did come. It fell in such a Union Will Greatly Aaaiat in the Mar
volume that the aoll soon became too ketina of country'. Fruit
wet for plowing, and In the section " , . . .
of the coiintv where t reside nnl r.Tio I Output at Good
I farmer has any quantity of fall aown I Pricea.
! grain and he uRerl a disc plow before I
The Home Oil and Gaa Company , the Fall rain get In." I
filed artlclea of Incorporation .Monday Mr. Blair haa been a resident of I Forty of the most enthusiastic fruit
sckamaa county for 23 yeara and growera of Clackamaa County organ-
ring mat time ne nas never seen ized a fruit grower's union in this city
general failure of crops. ! Saturday afternoon. The members of
And I never expect to," adds Mr. the union expect to lease a building
Vv n i Th m. 1, , n. nl,-'l artlclea of Incorporation .Monday ' Mr.
boy was given to the mother. The , .., ... . , . . ,, ; -ct-.i,
apparently the pause of the trouble 'J h 'r"." m' Lot'?"' Jf
the woman to work there Judge
Campbell granted the motion to mod
Ify the divorce decree and gave the
care of both boya to the father.
Cross and John William Watts aa In- Blaln.
corporators. The capital stock is $25.-
("W divided Into 25.000 shares at II May Get Demonstration Train
each. The rimpany controls proper-' ' ' planned to have the O. R. &
"UNCLE DAN" HOLMAN.
on Main street, as soon as a suitable
place can be obtained, and handle
large supplies of fresh fruits for the
local and general marketa. The busi
ness will be carried on In the same
manner as in other towns, where fruit
growers unions are In operation. It
ties In the vicinity of Stine, six miles N. demonstration train at Oregon City
from Oregon City, and Investigations baturriay, April 9. which Is to be
Indicate that there la a large supply "Booster Day" at Oregon City. State
of oil there. D. M. Vbtson. of Port- senator Heages is now in communlca-1 is nlanned to Incorrjorate a comDanv
land, who has made a personal ex- tlon '" officials of the company i wifh a ranltai of i 5ino. with 2oon
Pioneer of 1843 Paaaea At His Home aminatlon, statea that there is a plen-' relative to the matter. The train Is I shares at $1 each. While the Clack-
In McMlnnvllle. titui now immi reel neiow tne surface. going inruugn tasiem uregnn amas County Horticultural Society is
Mr. Watson has a machine for test- "a some 01 tne memoers or tne racui- fathering the nroiect the union will
I 'null. Finn" lliitmiin , llf.it at Mil
Ing and locating oil. , ty of the Oregon Agricultural College ! he an entirely seoarate organization.
home In McMlnnvllle Tuesday at the 1 ne nPW wirporation proposes to ; --"""P"iug iu me presence Any resident of Clackamas County
age of 87 yeara. He waa born In Ten- """I'let a general oil and gaa bust- j ,ne Demonstration train here on , Interested In fruit growing Is eligible
nessee. November 15. 1822, and crosa- "" curporme powers are - 6ii uia.mS l0 memDersmp in tne concern.
eil the plains to Oregon In I8U Af
ter a brief residence In Oregon City
and folk County, Mr. ilolmun settled
In Yamhill County, where he has re
sided almost continually since. The
card for the farmers of Clackamas
8t. Andrews Initiation.
The Chapter of the Brotherhood of
St. Andrew was initiated at the St.
old donation land claim which bears Pa"' Episcopal church Sunday night
his name s located seven miles south- ?! tne, 5 0 e'fk "vice, when Messrs.
west of McMlnnvllle. ;v'"11 8,1,1 K,mP- of Portland, mem-
Mr. Hulman was married In Polk u , 1 nrouiernooa, spoae ana
County In 1847 to Miss Martha E. T . . frvice. jr. jewen
llnrneit, and 10 children were born. Is. Prf"lnt of the PortUnd aasenUily
nine of whom are still llvlng-W. D. "f, ,nc "therhnod of St. Andrew.
Holman. who resides In this city; W. Those who were taken Into the Broth-
1. r ii.t,,n. r: n. nf Hull,,.. ir erhood were Rev. T. F. Bowen, Bljer
t '.',r..ii u-..ilii, Miii,,i it.'imo' A. Chapman. John R, Humphrys,
Idaho; Mrs. W. 11. Turner. McMlnm F"nk, J Barlow. William Hammond
vllle; C- W. Holmnn, U Gntos. Cal.;
J. R. Holmnn. ! Angeles; R. I. Hoi
man, Oregon City, and W. U. Hulman
and Charles Evans.
Guardsmen Drill Out Doors. '
An out-door drill was held Monday
ONLY ONE MAN OUT OF SIX IS
HELD FOR SLAYING
The funeral was held Wednesday nlRht by Company 0, Third Regiment 1
at 10 o'clock at the Christian church. Infantry. Oregon National Guard I nnitljn jn pnilTt. flfnV
Interment being in the Masonic Cem- command of First Lieutenant W.;JUUij ) (jKANU JUKI
t,u,ry ... R. Logus. Cniformed In kahkl the
t . . guardsmen's military evolutiona were!
Had Been a Resident of Oregon City
For About 25 Yeara.
are receiving 20 cents a ilon-n for
hem. , Hogs nre at a premium these
days, and top porkers are now worth
111.25. Mutton is iilso selling nt a
slightly iiilvani-ed figure.
document Is a curiosity as to form
to the courthouse officials.
Grain, Flour, Feed, Etc.
W'holeanlo buying pricea.
Oregon City Commission Co.
Knapp Estate Valued at $9250.
According to a petition for letters
of administration for the estate of the
lute Alvln Knupp, the value of the
drain Wheat. $1.06 bit: outs $:,8.00 i"'"-' "u" ' "
per ton; barley $27.00 per ton; vetch wmcn shhni is real estaie ami i,uii
aeed 4-lb: clover seed, lirlmo red. personal pro-rly. Mrs. Emllle Knapp
I2r- nlslke fancy, 1.1c. ",p wimiw, linn neen appomtPti aumin-
"llav heat plover' 115 00 tier ton: Istrnlrlx, and Judge Cordon K. Hayes
cheat $15; timothy $17: grain hay "IM'cara uttorney for the estate.
$lfi; alfnlfn, selling nt $22 per ton. Tne appraisers are V. C. (imlke. Rich-
Straw fancy brlgnt, $5.00.
Sacks burlap, new Vibe; seconds,
Twine best, 15c skein.
Saner Kiniit 30c gallon.
Mill feed Ilrnn $29.00 per ton;
shorts, country. $:I2.50; city. $10.00;
nrd I'el.olil ami 1,. A. Nobel.
ELKS CHOOSE OFFICERS.
Edward C. Baker Elected Exalted
Ruler to Succeed Dr. Carll,
New nfllrera nf Dregnn City Iidge
No. IINIl. Ilenevoleiil ami Protective
(yder of Elks, were elected Thins
day night at a meeting In Willamette
Hall, which Is to be the temporary
meeting place of the Inlge, pending
iirraiigementri for n permiinent hall.
The olllcers cbiiHen lust week, when
the Lodge waa ItiHl Uutcd, hold ollk-e
tit) I II the first meeting In April, when
the following olllcera will be Installed:
Edward C. linker, exalted ruler; 11. T.
M i-llnlii, esteemed loading knight:
Henry O'.Malley, eatneiued loynl
knight; K. T. Hommers, esteemed Ice
lining knight; .John V. (inrk. aecre-
tnry; Willliini II. Howell, treasurer;
Chillies W. Pope, tyler; Dr. M. C.
Strickland, truslee for three yeara. It
It within the province of the new ex
alted ruler to appoint t ho esquire,
chaplain and liisldo guard.
Owls Choose Officers.
At n well nl tended meeting of Ore
gon City nest, Order of Owls, held the
latter part of Inst week, the following
(illlcerH were elected: Junior past pres
ident, Herman Krugnr; preHldent,
Robert Kruger; vice-president, T. T.
Pajiner; Invoi-ntor, A. M. Slnnott; aec
retnry, M. P. Chnpmnn; physlclnn,
Dr. C. A. Stuart; treasurer, B. 'W.
Melllen; warden, (leorge Toyger:
seiillnel, Lester I'hegley; picket, Geo.
Freeman; trustees. J. E. Booth. Wil
liam (Ireaves nnd F. BitHbep. The lo
cal nest of Owls now hns a member
ship of 80 members.
Henry Miley Sells Home.
Henry Miley has sold his property
on Eleventh and Washington streets,
consisting of one nnd one-half lots and
a house, to James Ronke for $1i00.
The purchaser will cousiruct another
middlings, ;5.00; rolled imrley :15.00, house on the property. Eleventh street
chop 12511 $:I0; alfalfa mean, $;l0.00; Is now being Improved nnd It is proli
cracked corn $118.50. I able Hint Washington street will also
Crass seed Timothy 607o ni, Ken-1 be Improved thla year. The price Is
lucky liiuegrasa 2(ir; orchard 17df Isc; regarded as very reasonable.
reil clover 15c; aislke, 17c; Kngllsh
Mrs. Margaret U Batdorf died last
Saturday In Portland from the effects
of an operation, aged 70 years. 4
guardsmen's military evolutiona were
witnessed by a large crowd of peo
ple. Target practice n the range
at West Oregon City is being enjoyed
by the members of the company who
are able to avail themselves of the
Drama at Mount Pleasant.
'The Heart of a Hero " a four-act
months nnd "7 days. She was taken drama, repeated by request at Mount
10 Portland Saturday arternoon. ine pleasant schoolhouse Tuesday night
funeral was held In this city Tuesday ,ind,,r thp ausnlces of the Mount
at 10 o'clock from the First Baptist pleasant Civic Improvement Club, was
Church. Rev. S. A. Hayworth offlclat- largely attended by people of this
Ing. Mrs. Ilatdorf had been a resl- cilv mi Mount Pleasant. This rlav
ueni or Oregon ror snout & years anu wag given at Mount Pleasant on
waa highly respected and well known washlncton's Illrihdav before a naek
here. For the last 12 years she mane ed house. The proceeds from Tuesday
ner nome at lllamette and prior to nicht amounted to nulte a neat sum
that time she lived on Fifth street Thse taking Dart did exceptionally
in uregon v. ity. sne is survived py well
seven children: John, of Alberta, Can
ada; George, of Portland; Ed. of West New Congregational Pastor,
Oregon City: Sam. of Willamette: Rev. William M. Proctor, of Chenev
Joseph, of Gladstone; Mrs. A. H. Wash., will be extended a call to the
Much interest was taken In Fri
day's meeting. Addresses were made
by George M. Lazelle, W. B. Stafford
and MarshanLazelIe, of Mount Pleas
ant: R, S. Coe and A. M. Vinyard.
of Canby; A. J. Lewis, C. W. Swallow
and B. Kuppenbender, of Maple Lane,
and George DeBok, of Willamette. Mr.
Coe stated that John Newton, a new
arival In Clackamas County, who has
purchased land at Canby, Is now en
gaged in planting 75.000 strawberry
plants that were sent from Three
Rivers. Wisconsin. Mr. Newton was
engaged In strawberry culture exten
sively In Michigan, before coming to
E. Slerete, of Gresham, Must Prove
Innocence of the Charge
In a Higher
Only one of six men arrested a few
weeks ago by Deputy Game Warden
J. L. Green on a charge of killing elk
in the Mount Hood country near
W elches was bound over to the grand
Jury yesterday afternoon. The pre
liminary examination was conducted
by Justice of the Peace Samson, and
Attorney George C. Brownell appeared
for all of the defendants, who were
E.. E. Sleret, George Sleret. John
Sleret and Charles Gedamke, of
Gresham. and George Ruegg and John
Barby, of Sandy. E. E. Sleret ac
knowledged on the witness stand that
he had. killed an elk and he was held
under -bonds of $1000 which was
promptly furnished. He pleaded guilty
NEW MERCHANDISE STORE.
W. C. Holmes, Well Known Merchant,
Bring Stock Here.
On Monday morning W. A. Holmes
will open his general merchandise
store in the Willamette Building, the
storerooms, which were recently va-
! cated by the Fair Store. Mr. Holmes
has moved his line of goods from Ger
vais, and has also added a complete
and new line of goods. He has been
in the general merchandise business
for many years at Parkplace, where
he built up a large trade by his fair
and honest dealing. The store at that
place is In charge of F. E. Lucas, who
is a partner in the .business. Souve
nirs are to be given for the first 10
days from the opening of the store
Buckles and Mrs. Clara Mnson, of pastorate of the First Congregational
Oregon City. Mrs. ilatdorf had been church of this city. Mr. Proctor Is last week to the same charge in the
111 for the Inst two months. considered by some of the local Con- .IuhHpa rnurt una waa flnort tm.i nd
gregntlonallsts to be one of the ablest , costs which he paid, and Deputy Dis
preachers In the Northwest. He will 1 trict Attorney SUdd filed another in-
siicceed Rev. E. Clarence Oakley, who 1 formation acainst him Gedamke had
si. r-nk c.rm-r r.,m u.r. ,, """""' "riv ago. mrmsueo. Dan amounting to siuuo, out
. ,, . . tue omer men naa Deen released on
.d. Hu r.ui" mmii.ui.. Marriage Licenses Granted
Miss Dollie Brown and James Fish
HUMPHREY JONES DEAD.
Humphrey Jones, for many years a pr mi psti,p, r.iii j tii,Qi
resident of Beaver Creek. Clackamas (;l',ken Mls8 B,nt, Harpole aml D. o.
(ounty. died Saturday night at his Wonhlncton were nntH mn,rico
residence. 1177 Maryland avenue, at licenses by County Clerk Greenman. I Sandy country.
Portland, aged 7t years, 10 months, '
their own recognizance. All of the
defendants except E. E. Sleret were
discharged yesterday by Justice Sam
son. The examination attracted a
large number of people from the
PARKPLACE PAYS GLADSTONE.
Kyo grass. 10c.
Flour best valley, $C25 bbl; hard
wheat $7.00 bhl; best graham, $7.00:
Seeley's Best Hard Wheat, $0.50 bbl.
Vegetables and Fruits.
Fresh Fruits Buying.
Apples fancy packed $2.50 per box.
Prunes Italian: Best dried 50 to
CO count, nt He per pound; Petite,
Onions $1.40 to $1.75 per cwt.
Beans little white 8c: brown Cc.
Sack vegetables, carrots, turnips,
Potatoes best fancy 50o per cwt;
ordinary 40c; Enrly fancy, 2V4c.
Rose t!5 to 70c. Garnets 00c.
HOOD RIVER GROWER
TALKS AT ESTACADA
EDITOR OF BETTER FRUIT TELLS
HOW TO GROW APPLES
ESTACADA, Or., March 15. The
Estacmla Fruitgrowers' Association
held a public meeting In the rooms of
the Estnrnda Commercial Club Sat
unlay afternoon to hear an address
by W. 11. Shopnril, of Hood River, up
on the subject of "Better Fruit." Mr,
Sugar per sack, beat berry, $C35. Shepard explained In detail tho salient
and 21 days. The funeral was con
ducted by Rev. R. M. Jones Tuesday
afternoon at 1 o'clock at the Car'us
Congregational Church, and the burial
was at Mr. June's old home nt Beaver
Creek. Deceased wns born at Wales
and when 7 years old he came with
ihs parents to America, settling In
W Isconstn. A few years later the fain.
11 v moved to South Bend, Minn., and
30 years ago, Mr. Jones, with his own
faintly and bla mother, settled on a
farm at Beaver Creek. He Is sur
vived by a widow, four children nnd
Two School Districts Finally Settle
Their Financial Relations.
Judgment was entered Thursday In
favor of the Parkplace school district
and against the Gladstone school dis
trict for $19.50 costs. The Parkplace
district will pay to Gladstone $t!96.30
witn C per cent interest from Septem
ber 11, 1908. This is the final outcome
of the division of the Parkplace school
district, which was made by the "crea
tion of tne Gladstone district. The di
rectors of the two districts were un
able to agree over the division of the
resources and sought relief in the
points for tho successful growing of
Salt best table, $1.00 Q $1.50 cwt. apples, nnd paid special attention to
Pickles sour, 10c nt; dllla, 10c qt
sweels, 10c pint; green chill poppers,
Rice fancy, 8',4c lb; ordlnnry Cc.
Sweet potatoes 4o lb.
Irish potatoes $1.00 per pwt.
Cheese 25c lb; cream brick, 25c
Cured meats bast country
22c; Eastern Breakfast, 25c.
picking nnd packing. lie. emphasized
the necessity of such organizations
as the local one, which could only
result In the srlenllflc nnd commercial
success of the fruit Industry. In clos.
Ing his ndilress, Mr. Shepnrd expres
sed himself as highly pleased with the
bacon prospects of this section as n fruit
district. The meeting wns well al
liums country, 21c; packing house tended. W. R. Stokes Is president
21c; fancy bacon 22 to 25c.
Celery 10c per bunch.
Cnullflowei- per head 10c15c.
Sutler kraut 10c quart.
Lettuce 5c bunch.
Honey comb 15c It.
Oranges 25c to 3Dc doz.
lemons 30c doz.
Knnnnns 30c doz.
Cocanuts lOo each.
Grnpo fruit 10c or 6 for 40c.
Persimmons 30c. doz.
Figs 10c lb.
Dates 12 c.
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and A. O. Whltcomb secretary of the
association, and both get much credit
for their-. active work in the promo
tion of fruit culture and other 'devel
opment In thla section. Through tho
efforts of R. M. Stnndlsh, the associa
tion and the Estnoada Conmierelnl
Club have placed an order for 10,000
letterheads and envelopes as boost
John Mnrchhank has disposed of
his confectionery business to S. P.
Wnterbury, of Hood River. Mr.
Murchbnnk Is yet undecided Just what
he will do.
Mrs. Powell Dies at Oswego,
Mrs. Annie E. Powell died at the
home of her daughter, 'Mrs. John Pal-
iter. In1 Oswego, nfle suffering sev
eral years from heart trouble. She
was born In Warren. Cedar County,
Missouri, December 30, 184G, being 63
years old when death came. She unit
ed with tho Baptist church nt the age
of 10 years, In Wnrivn. Mo., nnd was
married to G. W. Powell October I I,
1866. In 1873 they moved to Nevada,
from there to Idaho, and, in 1904, to
Gules. Oregon, where they resided
until the past year, wiien they came
to Oswego to make tnelr home with
their daughter. Mrs. Powell Is sur
vived by. her husband nnd the follow
ing children: J. W. mid J. A. Powell,
of Madras; G. A. Powell, of Blnckfiiot.
Idaho, nnd Mrs. Gertrude Palmer, of
Oswego; a sister. Mis. Willlnm Tlb
bott, of I,os Angeles, Cal., and a broth
er, J. W. Gwlnn. of Rlalto, Cal. She
has been a loving nnd devoted wife
and mother nnd a devout Chrlsllnn.
The funeral services were held nt the
family residence Tuesday afternoon
nt 130, Rev. Mr. Benson, of Portland,
officiating. Interment wns In Rlver
J5a. I 'A y
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gp Baking Powder
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Jlo Scott of Mount Pleasant.
Ilo A. Scott, the three-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. I-. Scott,
of Mount pleasant, died Tuesday.
The funeral services took place at
2:30 o'clock Wednesdav afternoon and
the interment was In Mountain View
f?Vit'Tim 1 1' Jfv'
s ) WHS uLl
Has demonstrated tbat of two
loaves of bread, one raised
tvltli Royal Baking Powder, , W 4 9
and the other with alum bak- tUSOiUlGilF
ing powder.thaRoyai raised Oupg
loaf la 32 pep cent, mora tds&
digestible than tho other
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