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ORIXIOX (TIT KNTfclilMUSK, KU 1 DAY, FKltUUAKY it, 1!U.
SINGLE TAX FUND
JOSEPH FELS, MILLIONAIRE, GIV
ING THOUSANDS TO SPREAD
GOSPEL IN OREGON.
CITY HAY OBTAIN
WILL BE SWELLED ANOTHER FACTORY
REPRESENTATIVES OF HERCULES
""STEEL A IRON WORKS IN
SEARCH OF LOCATION.
BIG ATTRACTION: S!t L CflPEN
PUBLISHER AND AUTHOR WILL
ATTEND VANCOUVER CONVEN
TION FEBRUARY 15.
TWO YEAR CAMPAIGN IS PLANNED : FAVOR BURNS SITE ON WEST SIDE CREAT FAITH IN NORTHWEST!
Societies to be Organized In Every
County In the State W. S.
U'Ren Local Representative.
PORTLAND, Fob. I. (Spl.) Jos
eph Fels, thp millionaire soap manu
facturer of Philadelphia and spreader
of single tax propaganda, looks to
Oregon to enact the Henry George
theory Into law. He has just made
an offer to Rive dollar for dollar to a
single tax fund and local enthusiasts
say they will raise $12,500, making a
total of $25,000 to lie spent here In a
Mr. Fels was warmly received white
In the city the first of this month. He
attended receptions, was given lunch
eons and spoke on his pet theory,
which he calls justice.
"By Justice, I mean exemption from
taxation on all personal property; the
settling 'of all taxation upon . land'
values, all land values being created
by the activities and the presence oft
population," said Mr. Fels. 'Included!
Company Wants 10 Acres For Plant
and Expects to Build Hornet
For Accommodation of
Two representatives of the Hercu
les t.teel & Iron Works, of Texas,
were In Oregon City Tuesday with
the intention of establishing a plant
In this city. The company is anxious
to secure about eight or 10 acres,
where a railroad branch could be built.
They were escorted about the citv bv
. H. Howell, superintendent of the
Plans to Keep American Farmer On
This Side of Canadian Bor
ders and Will Back Faith
rOUTLAND. Or,' Feb. 1. (Spl.)
Herbert Myrlck. widely known as put
lisher, author, authority on American
history, head of the Orange Judd pub
lications and Intimate of Itoosevelt,
wilt be the big attraction at tin. coin
ing convention of the Southwest
Washington IVvolonmont Assocli-
IH III 'l . I. 1 . , ..
Oregon City Works, and Mr. Howell , tanoouvor. delivering an ad-
showed them some of the land, which 1 "" ' " r,'"r"ar i--
BRIEF FUNERAL SERVICE AT THE S
HOME WITH BURIAL FROM
FINLEY CHAPEL, PORTLAND,
Mrs. Henrietta Lekhton Open, wire
of Kllety Unpen, of Willamette, a high
ly respected and well known resident
of that place, died at thb family home
Sunday night about (! o'clock, after a
brief Illness, Mrs Caprii was taken
111 ut the family home Saturday even
ing with heart failure, this being the
immediate cause of her death.
Mrs. Open's maiden name was Hen
tielta Lelghton, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. l'lghton, of I'xbrldge, Massa
chusetts. She was born in the year
of ISt:;. and at the time of her demise
was fiT ears of age. She was united
In marriage In the stale of Massachus
etts to Kliery Open on May It, ISU2.
RELIABLE DEFENDERS OF OUR COUNTRY.
would probably be purchased. The
Chinese gardens in the northern part
of the city were visited, but as this
land overflows each year with the
high waters from the lake and Kick
water from the river, the idea of buy
ing that land was given up. Other
property was looked at at C.reonpolnt,
but this would probably be difficult
to get an option on, as many have
their residences there, and
in fh'ls taxation are" all special privl- w,ol,1l Jh"ve lo bo soltI- The mon npxt
' visited tho West Side, where they
spent some time looking over the old
Burns' place overlooking the rapids,
and which would be a most excellent
location for a plant of this kind. They
were much impressed with the latter
location and proceeded to Portland,
where they will interview Franklin T.
Griffith, who has charge of the prop
erty. It Is the intention of the company,
provided they decide to build in this
city, to erect homes for the employes
on the grounds where the mills are
to be built, and no doubt will employ
many hundreds of men.
Mr. Myrlrk has been characterised
as the "James J. Hill of American
Agriculture. ' He is an organizer and
educator. Pre-eminently a self-nuiilo
man, he Is now the president of the
Phelps Publishing Co, of Springfield.
Miss, with between J l'.OiH..ii0 ami
M.OOO.noo employed In his publishing
Industry. His printing plant, said to
be the largest of Its kind, occupies a
these I vasl fire-proof building with nearly
nine acres oT floor space.
Mr. Myrlck will tell the convention
his ideas on bringing people from the
Fast to the Idle agricultural lands of
the Northwest. He plans to keep the
American farmer on this side of the
Canadian border, and Is deeply inter
ested In building up the great North
UliftratO-! UK.ier ll I.-,.,.
.t. 1.,'riti i K.i. iikv i,y
I S I I! llru'ii,iii..iiw( !
vO I I WHmihUmhiiimiii I
QUICK TO REPEL ATTACKS
JUST AS QUICK TO
REPEL ATTACKS OF
And all Disease of
THROAT AND LUNGS
QUICKEST AND SUREST
Price 50c and $1.00
SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY BOOB
JONES DRUG CO.
BURNS FUNERAL THIS
JOSEPH FELS. Mil lionair. Sinnl i
Tax advocate who is spending thous- REMAINS OF CLACKAMAS COUNTY
PIONEER TO BE LAID TO REST .
. .. .. .... !
, Jr. i M Ml,;!, ,",,h" r"r 1S,i:l h" 1 Summons. .. I the plaintiff and .lefen.la.it. This .......
"... li ,u , , V,!', Msk 1,1 i lt the Circuit Court of the Hlat.i of Minns Is published hy order of Hon,
niJlmn nii I . ... "W"li UU (,"'K" for Clsek.iiu..s County, U II. ll.mtl... Ju.Ik.. of the County
,mK 7. ' T f "K, 0,1 ,""rth M;"'v Iti"'ion. I'laltilirr. , fonri. which order was made and en-
I, . v 8', n"'1 from ,,,or,,l vs. Iere.1 on the l-lrddav of January, 1911.
whir,. 1 1 ,v? '" 1,1 ,hw ;;'", of lS7s. ' Frank llronson. IVf.-mlaut. and .1.0 tin... presr.il.ed for public...
where the havo since resided. , T Knll ,. Wn,nm . lion thereof Is x weeks, l,eKllil.l..K
; I In the i.a.ue or the Sli.to of Ore- 'l'h the Issue of Friday, Ji.iiniiry JTib,
Teacher's Examinations. ;,.,, yml r ,,ri,y reiiilred lo ap. 1,11,1 '''nllmilnit each week thereafter
Notice Is hereby given that the .'... ..' ....... to and Inrhidliiv thn I
MRS- ELLERY CAPEN. who was fob I
lowed to rest by a host of friend. ! t;-"'"'!' Superintendent of Clackamas ,, yn ,,, , ,. ,, Hlllt March 10th. lull
They made their home In that state
until ;!u years ago when they came to
1 1 , i fxim.ua-!,,,, r ,,,,. ,,, ,7I1 (!nv ,lf Mnr,.,
o. for applicants for S.a. Mind conn-!, ,,,,, ,, ,.nK , ,IV
tJ..e.s a, Willamette Hall, as fob ; H1.r,., ' ,., order of publication of
..t. . Ibis sninmons, and If you fall to ap-
r..i . .A I r. I .w r.K.-l .. ,, ..,,, u,, 1,1
Hi:.). C. ItUOW.N'KM,
Attorney for t'lali.ilff.
tirecon to make ...,ir hi..,,., i..,.,...i..,. :
at l'or.land until Itf ye.us ago. w hen , . " : , ' Vs " T" r. ",r ,;lr nlalntllr will
tney came to Oregon City, making , , "' , " "" "K n-; , ri,f
their home at Willamette, where Mi. , ' r ,' ' ''' lu ' d.-cree diss,
Oapen is manager and proprie.or of ! J. T'Z TT"M 1 now
the Capen Shoe store. ' 1 . "' ' ' "'"''.'"j. ucu.i-
i.pnlv lo the court fur
therein ..raved, to-wlt: A
lug the marrla.;e con-
-Mrs. capen leaves besides her hurt- u r s d a Writ,.-,,
'nnd. Kllerv (.,,..,, ti... f.,n . ' t n r s it a .. rltten
children- ir n.,r!, . """ "" Theory of Teaching, tira.nmar, Hook
Krank O.' Smith. KdwaVd w) VZlnZ VSl
Friday Alr.'t.ra, tleogrnphy. Com-
'g. Kngllsh l.ltera-
ands to spread abroad his theories.
leges, railroad franchises, public utili
ties and the same pertaining to light, '
heat, city transportation and every i W. p. Burns, father of Ex-Chief of
other function which can be carried J Police Charles E. Burns, of this citv.
on by the public. In other words. I ' and of Mrs. Laura Fuller, of Port-
mean bringing into operation, the eco-. land, died at 7:50 o'clock .Mondavi
noniic philosophy of Henry George. I night at his home in Portland. He! HERBERT MYRICK
Known as trie single tax. ; would have been S8 years of age next' Author, who is touring the North
"Oregon Is our first State, and al-1 month. Mr. Burns had been ill only J west country,
thouch we have the Henrv Ceoree 1 short time with pneumonia, and !
theory in Victoria, Vancouver and his death was a shock to his relatives j
other British Columbia points, we , lna irienas.
hope to have it in the United States' ,r- Burns is one of Oregon's most
and after its adoption in Oregon, we Prominent pioneers, having crossed
look for it to spread." ' the plains in the year of 1S52 by ox
Mr. Fels' campaign will be con-:,ean- He was born on February 11.
ducted through local clubs in every : He married Miss Millicent Con-
county of the State where thev can yes, in the State of Illinois, who is
be established. Speakers will be: half-sister of Judge W . H. Conyers,
brought to the State from far off sec- f Clatskanie.
tions and Oregon men,
tl.orge Capcn. all of Portland. Frank ',., , , iM.vsm t,
VV I ,,..,, . , . . .. . ' . 1 Snrday - llotany. Plane tn oinetrv,
A, .lame te. and . g audcblldien, the ,;,., r!1, ,.,. "
eldest of whom Is about :'l years of, Koll ro'cTY I'-MM-'K
i'MJrrV "'V y Vobnuuv 8.
I- x L Til- or,; r- ",,d n "Vl"-k "' -.....i.H.i.,g ,,.
W . A l oss, of WlUmctte. , , Krl( K,.lmmry ,. , , p. ,,
Mrs (ape , since her residence In V,-,l.,e.lay-P,.,,,a..sl,lp. Ills.orv.
: ! ' "I l,s 'v"!'10 ""V1-' "' ,mls Orthography. Keaillng, piivAVal
b her kind disposition, and her ileaib graphy
"i's a shock to her-friends and ac- Thursday-Written Arl.hmetlc.
-1. -.ititu-ices who will mourn her lb- Theory of Teuchln. tirammur. I'l.v.
tuise. A I.rlef rul..rt.l Mrvi,-.. uil. .... ... X " '
Publ.'sher and i r,. ,!,.,,..,, ,h., f:,n,iu. i u-.n . ...:' . . . .
I . ., ............... ....,. m r riuat -t;eograpliv. School Imw
jamette on Wednesday morning at 9 nv Government. Kngllsh Literature
aner iiica me remains win
lie taken to Portland, where a service
west states. He has been acquainted J:1,1 !' at ,,1L' Vlnl,'' fltapol, on,
Third and Madison streets, at 2
yen s and. having watch. d Its tremen- ! o cloi'1;. ''' T. U Kiliott, of Portland.
T. .1. ti.VKY
County School Superlnti'iideiit.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice Is hereby glic. that the nil
derslgi.iiil ns eke. iilor of I ho entate
of Karl Siui'd.'ftiaii. d.ci-asrd, has lllo.l
his tit. ..I iiceou.it as sii.-h ctrctitor with
Mstlng between you , '"'""' Court of Cla.-I.a.nas Couu-
plaintiff '' w" koii, nuu inn i our. ..as set Mon.
This Hi.inmoi.s Is published In the "' " v T renruury. u.
Oregon Citv Knterprlse. newspaper. ''V h"r "'" ,"l-k A- M , of
for six consccnilv,. weeks by order of;""' ''"' '"' lh" ,lm" f,,r ""itllng tl,o
II...I. .!. C. Campbell, made on thn j ' estaln mid for I he hearing of oh
,lutoil, Jniuuiry I'i'.tli, pill,
JOSKPII F STI KIiKMAN,
Fteculor of the Kxtafn ,.f nr Httl.'de-
HOUIMIN' K IIVVFH.
Attorney for Ke. utor,
I ru...wn fur Liquor License.
I III the County Court of the Stale of
I Oregon, for the dimly of t'la. ka-
the Matter of the Application of
J I. Dills mi (I C, K. Kd wards for
II lli-onie to pell siilli.oiia, malt and
Mil. mis llipu.rs lu Cam-iido Precinct,
III Clackuniiis Coiiiiiy, Slate of Ore
gon, In lc iui.nlllles than onn gal-
li.i. for thn period ..f one year.
"1st dav of .Inm.nry, I9M, Hie first
..ubll.'i.tlou being on the 3rd day of
S II IIAIIHINV.TO.
Attorney for Plaintiff
j In I lie Circuit Court of the Slate of;
Oregon for Clackamas County.
! A. V. llcldliiir, plaintiff.
: I'iih i.ehli.ig. liefendi.nt.
: To l-:..ra lidding. Defendant.
1 ... ...a ttt ..... v:.,,.,, ,,f flrn.
j Ron. you are hereby required to ap-1
. pear and answer the complaint filed ,
, against you In the nbove enll.led suit i
: on or before the 7th dav of March.!
11MI. that being Hie last day pre-
dons growth, is an optimist as to Its
officiating. The Interment will bo In
the Itlvervlew cemetery.
The gasoline engine serve
useful purpose, but do not expert
to run the whole farm.
' .;; z':;;z "ut , T;:m,l","nl,",
-pVti'vtr -- hereby certify
CALLS IT ACCIDENT Wan,s
"I have unlimited faiMi in the g-eat
j n.encan Northwest." said Mr. My
I rick in a recent interview, ' and I
Mr. and Mrs. Burns j beck mv faith not only w ith mv works
who have nade many friends in this city while i bur with the money of mv friends and
made a study of the plan, will also i residing here. The former filled ! r.vself. I believe if every Individual
take the field. 1 many years of trust, having for many ; ' nch association, commercial club, ng-
Mr. Fels has established funds In ! vpars heen sheriff of Clackamas ricuHural organization and other as i
many countries for the advancement County, as well as justice of the peace ! social ion throughout the Northwest
"of his theories on taxation. Great j if Oregon City. In 1S75 he was ap-j would Join a grand forward move-! TWO PEOPLE KILLED WERE MAN
Britain has given $25.0n0 t0 run for! minted deputy United States Marshal j ment for developing the resources of NAMED HUFFMAN AND A MRS.
five years and a like amount has been ! lnd left here with his wife for Port-1 this section and for advertising Its
placed in the United States. The pro- land, where they have since made advantages to the world, the results
posed Oregon fund is In addition to heir nonie.
this sum. - 1 Mr. Burns, after arriving in Oregon
W. S- U'Ren is the Oregon City ! 'rora across the plains, camped along
representative of Mr. Fels. j 'he Abernethy Creek near the home
' of Governor Abernethy. The follow-
would he amazing
"The hour has come for the North-' ,K1fc ' r ' f.1 ' - iIt. An
west to realize the community of r'c!r! here Tuesday evening result
interests which binds together the ! ln ,lh" ,1ea,h "r tw0 I'eopU a man
states from the lakes to the Coast, j n:,n""'1 "llffni;'" woman named
l.ji.M-l.l .....I mn-. n.iiu , "in , u,- ,, .,, .-,. ,.i . ... .
tt ...,tv ... (I... ronn for .' " " '"" ''" vo.er
A sense of humor Is useful to man, ' j. relief therein t.rayed to-wlt- A I "' 1 t"" ml" I rerlnct In Clackamue
bntn sense of honor will get him much! ,r ,,,., . uin'rrla.-e con ! , ",'""', n'nl '" h,nvn
'""',r' i .ract now existing be. wee,, r and I . l'" '!'' 1 wt
- . , . ... i i.M'.M .in... ii ii v prior in aiKtl-
.': ,...,..,. r,.r ... '"" "
I ronsecutlve weeks In the Oregon t It V
Fnierprlse. newspaper, by order of j
.... .1 t t'aninl.ell: made on the
i a.m i.i) i oiing inan to take Special ..st, ,,lv of .lau.mry. P.MI. the first
nntoiiiolille Course, driving and 1 publication being on the 3rd day of I
repa.iing, praeucai experieni e, corn-, Kebrunry, P.H1.
plo.e liislructlo.is, big wages, steadv ! ' J t nillVCTON'
1":!',"r n'K",'"H Au'" oC!"'-! ' Attorney for Plaln.l'l
my, Washington St.. Hoom .
41.-., Portland, Oregon. Summona.
, For Sale, etc.
iuali.ted with said J. . Davis and
C. K. Kdwnr.K and wt. hereby I'ellilon
your Honorable Court to grant Idem
a license lo sell njlrlluous, mall and
minims liquors within said Cascade
Precinct lu Clackamas County, Ore
go.., In less in nl 1 1 l-H than one gallon
for the period of ii.m year, from thn
dale of said license,
Gordon E. Hayes, Agent.
There is now on hand State School i '"8 morning he and his wife packed j including the empire states f Min-i NJra- Ann: ""n,,n- A" I'l'l'llshed In
r,n n ho lnar.iwt ot c ,on. .. I heir belongings and moved to where ! nesota. .ho Ilu-nt U'vr.mln,. t.,... I"" Morning Kiiterprlse Wednesday
; me u. j. n-uuiog uuuoe nuw niamis. i t;,na, Idaho. Oregon and Washington. 1 ' I" "i"" "....i...r.
Here Mr. Burns built a cabin, and this I with united efforr thin rpl..n will I t'r,s tt trestle on the O. W. P. and
I was where Charles Burns, of this city. show, durinc the next few vears i.l.e-1 nln (lown '' ,he canl
I vas born. From that place they moved ! nominal growth In population and
on me wnai is now me . i. rurrow earnin
TO I OA V On Mi.rlL'iiL'.. 1.1... l,,n
sand dollars; preferably In mm sum ,"'!',' ''r lh County of Cla. kn
lonir ilnif. f'rn.iM il. .In.., ..in. ut 1 ...as.
Atlo.ncys-nt-l.aw, Heaver Hulldlng.. , 11,11 -M ''""f'". I'lali.tlff,
C. ItarlHch, K. A. Anlers. W. , Me-
In the Circuit Court of the Slate of i Keen, K. Beers. Perrel, It, . Cox,
It. H. While, J. M. Donahue, fl. T.
Hor.mle.lt, ti. Ki.ogg. J. It Allison, U
K. Hoffll.ail, ti.lslave Sluckl. Oscar
APPLEGATE, STATE BUILDER.
Centenary to be Observed by the Uni- -dace, consisting of one-half block.
versity Important . Publication j Mr. Burns, who was taken ill at his
Preparing. i home last Thursday night, remarked
o his wife and daughter, Mrs. Laura
EUGENE, Or., Feb. 1. (Spl.) It j Fuller, that he would not be with
may not be generally known that the ; them by that time the following week,
year 1311 is the one hundredth anni-nnd strange to say he passed into
versary of one of Oregon's noblest i the Great Beyond only two days be
pioneers, Jesse Applegate. The De-' fore that day.
partment of History at the University i Deceased leaves besides, his wife,
is preparing to take proper notice of ; his daughter, Mrs. Laura Fuller, of
power, in wealth and In all
the things that make life wnrtn liv
ing. To promote such organization
in the Northwest I tender the resour-
j WANTED Old Rubbers, Copper and
I ItrnsS. for which I .i:.v hlehi.u. t.rl,-,.
At flru, ...., ..... Ik. I . V. ' 1 "
"'" i""i "i "; j. . .Malt ley, Seventh Street.
,e-iHie nric .nr. uou ..irs. Minimal,
John E. Collrell, Defendant.
You lire hereby ordered anil re
quired to upper In the above entitled
curt and cause- on or before the 1Mb
day of March, U1I. said .lain being
but that was an error. Tho man j MISS ADA 11EDWII.U agent for I-a-! more than six weeks from the dale
killed he was taken to the hospital
;ind tlird of his injuries was not the;
(n(, j husband. The story In circulation!
.. ..1.1! ........ ,
hor.or to represent and of their , h,ls lo 'lo wllh a rh'ndestlne meeting ;
periodicals with more than l.n.)n .000 ! an" H"! 'M"'n"' caught wl
Mr. Applegate came to Oregon from
Missouri, in company with his two
older brothers, Charles and Lindsey,
in 1843. settling in what was then
Yamhill county, but now Polk county.
He died at Yoncalla, in Douglas coun
ty, where he had resided most of the
tinje since 1849, in the year 1388. He
is noteworthy as one of the ablest
men Oregon has ever had, and as a
disinterested, public spirited citizen,
whose influence upon public affairs
was frequently very great.
Recent researches in the manuscript
archives at Salem have shown that
Applegate was the real founder of the
reorganized provisional governmenc
adopted in 1845, that he drew most of
the Important laws passed hy the leg
islative committee of that year, as
well as the memorial to the Unitnl
States Congress, and that he was In
strumental in persuading the Hud
son's Bay Company to take shelter
under the provisional government
Some of the documents revealing his
agency ln these significant matters
have recently been unearthed In the
Public Record Office of Great Britain,
at London, by a professor of the Uni
versity. The contemplated publication will
contain, first, a unique portrait of the
pioneer statesman; second, a biogra
phical sketch of his lire ana services;
third, Applegate's "Views of Oregon
History," an extended commentary on
affairs in the early days of Oregon,
written by Mr. Applegate late in life,
for the benefit of those who should
writathe history of Oregon.
Portland, his son, Charles, of this city,
two grandchildren, Webb and Charles
Burns, Jr., of this city, and three
great grandchildren, all of this city.
The funeral services will be held at
the residence In Portland this after
noon at 2 o'clock, and the interment
will be in Rlverview cemetery.
All Skin Troubles
Are overcame by using Dr. Bell's Anti
septic Salve. It is as pleasant to use
as pure cream and is guaranteed to
give satisfaction. 23c a box at Geo. A.
The county bridge across Rock
Creek at the Miller sawmill in Killin
nrecinot went out with the high water
Card of Thanka.
We wish to thank our many friends
for their sympathy and kindness, and
for the beautiful floral offerings dur
ing our sad bereavement. -
T. L. TURNER AND FAMILY.
Bounties For Kllllnp wild Animals.
Following is the text of a proposed
bill for paying bounties for killing de
There shall be paid by the State of
Oregon and the counties thereof, as
in this act and, in the manner herein
after provided for the killing and de
struction of the following named ani
mals hereafter killed in the State of
Oregon, the following bounties: For
eacn coyote or coyote pup, $1.50; for
each gray wolf, black wolf, timber
wolf, gray wolf pup. black wolf pup,
or timber wolf pup, $25; for each boh
cat, wild cat or lynx, $5; for each
mountain lion, panther, or cougar. $15.
Attack Like Tigers.
In fighting to keep "the blood pure
'he. white corpuscles aUack disease
enns like tigers. But often germs
multiply so fast the little fighters are
overcome. Then see pimples, bolls.
eczema, salt-rheum and sores multiply
and strength and appetite fail. This
condition demands Electric Hitters to
regulate stomach, liver and kidneys
to expel poisons from the blood. "They
ire the best blood purifier," writes C.
T. Budhan, of Tracy, Calif., "I have
ever found." They make rich, red
blood, Btrong nerves and build up your
health. Try them. 50c at Jones Drug
ln his coming tour of the North
west Mr. Myrlck will deliver a large
number of addresses. He will appear
before the legislatures at St. Paul,
Hismsri:, and Pierre and very likely
at Holse, Helena. Olympla and Salem.
He will also speak at Seattle and
Spokane i:nd while in Portland will
lie the gn.'tt of the Portland Com
mercial Club. If he has the time at
his disposal he may make addresse"
In several Orison cities.
-Mr. MyrtcK- is a prolific author, hav
ing written voluminously upon agri
cultural subjects besides turning out
educational work, historical romances
and editing many publications. "Who's
Who In America," devotes consider
able spa::e to Mr. Myrlck as the head,
or founder, of numerous agricultural
organizations and, as editor, he occu
pies a pre-eminent place in American
agriculture. He believes the North
west will become the leader of Amer
ica in the coming century. One of
his amusements Is the collection of
original data on the pioneer days and
he is an authority on these matters.
Mr. Myrlck will visit Seattle Febru
ary 1.1, Olympla the following day,
Vancouver on the 15th and Portland
on the return to the village.
Coroner Fox held an l.xp.est Wed
nesday and rendered a verdict of ac
DEATH OF MRS. KENNEDY.
For Only A Week At The Gladstone
dlos' Home Journal, Saturday Ev- of the first pub Ilea. Ion of this sum
enlng Post, Oregon City Enterprise, ! mous, ...id answer the complaint of
all periodicals. Special rale onnhe plaintiff filed In said court ami
Woman's Homo Companion and ! cause, .....I If you fall to so appear
MoClure'B, $2 for tho two. tf I and answer, a decree will tin taken
! agalnsl you for the relief demanded
In said romplal.lt, to-wlt: A ile.ree
dissolving Hie bonds of matrimony
now existing between plaintiff and
defendant and for the euro and cus
tody of two minor children of plain
tiff and defendant, May I. Col troll nnd
Cora C. Collrell.
This summons Is published by order
of the Honorable It. II. Hei.tlo, Judge
of thn County Court of Cliie.linnias
County, State of Oregon, duly made
and entered the 2nd day of February,
ll.ll. The .lain of the first pui.iini.
I Notice of Admlnlatrator'i 8ale,
, In the County Court of thn State of
I Oregon, for the County of Clacka
I In the matter of tho Estate of John
I J. Jensen, Deceased.
I Notice Is hereby given that pursu-
jant to an order of the County Court
Mrs. Samuel Kennedy died Sundny f the State of Oregon, for Clackamas
at the home of her daughter, Mrs. F. County, tho undersigned iidmlnls.ra
h. Oswald, of Gladstone, after a week's j tor of the estate of John J. Jensen,
Illness of pneumonia. I will sell the Interest of said John J.
Mrs. Kennedy's maiden name was Jensen deceased In the u,...n ...11,
Phllefte Hull, and she was born at I said real estate is described as fob ! ""n hereof Is February :ird, 1!H1.
Marsailli s. Ohio. 74 years ngo. She ! lows- 1
was united In marriage on September! An undivided half Interest In nnd
20, 1S52, to Mr. Samuel Kennedy, and to the follow ing described real prop
was the mother of nine children, seven i ertv. Hlhlale in ClaeknniaM f(...n.v
of whom survive, and three of these! Slate of Oregon: A part of tho I). U
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residing In the state of Oregon. The
children are Mrs. J. B. Pettlt, of Sum
mit; Mead Kennedy and Mrs. y. L.
Oswald, of Gladstone; Sheldon Ken
nedy, Roma Kennedy and Homer Ken
nedy, of Kenton, Ohio, and one daugh
ter. Mrs. Iiiile Halght, of Mlddlefield,
The funeral services will bo held
from the Christian cCmrch at Glad
stone this afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev.
Mulkey officiating. The interment
will be In the Mountain View cemetery.
O. of p.-ler M. Klnearson and wife It.
T. 2, S. It. "2 E of tho W. M. bounded
and described as follows: Beginning
at a point feet south nild 671.99
feet east of the quarter section cor
ner on line between sections 18 and
19, said township and range, said point
being also Hie most southerly corner
of a tract of land heretofore conveyed
by the griintorB herein to 8. R. Hard
man, running thence 4.'! degrees, 2.'l
minules east, tracing the soulh boun
dary of said 8. R. Ilnrdman tract 400
feet to tho most easterly corner of
Altorney for Plaintiff.
..rs. Kennedy came to Oregon ninnH(l lril(.t Thence soulh 40 degrees
years ago, and since that time has , ;;7 minutes east 200 feet to a stake:
made her home with her daughter,
Mrs. F. L. Oswald, and made many
friends at that place.
OLD RESIDENT GONE.
Frank Kaiser, one of the well-known
residents of Clackamas county, whose
home Is at peet's Mountain, near cw
Era, died at the family residence yes
terday morning after a week's illness
of pneumonia. The funeral services
will be conducted on Thursday morn
ing at the St. James Catholic church
at. New Era, Father MatthewB officiat
ing The remains will be brought to
the church by launch to New Era at
9 o'clock, and the services at the
church "III be held at 10:30. The In
terment will be In the New Era Cath
olic cemetery, where his wife is bur
led. Frank Kaiser was born In Germany
on February 20, 1829, and came to
America In the year of 18C1, settling
thence south 4.1 degrees 2.1 minutes
W. 400 feet to a point bearing N. 4.'1
degrees 23 minutes east .'10 feet dis
tant, from thn easterly lino of the
right of way heretofore conveyed by
the grantors herein to the East Side
Kali way Co. from which point tho
most westerly corner of a tract of
land containing 4.K0 acres, now be
longing to Charles K. Meldrurn boars
south 40 degrees .'!7 minutes East 30
feet distant; thence north 40 degrees
37 minutes west parallel with the
said East Side Railway Co. right of
way 200 feet, to tho plnoo of begin
ning, containing 2.11 acres.
Said sale to be on and after Wed
nesday, March 8th, 1911, at thn office
of George C Ilrownoll, Caufleld Hldg.,
Oregon City., Oregon, nnd to bo at
private sale for cash 'n hnnd.
Administrator of said Estate.
GEORGE C. BKOWNEM and WIL
LIAM STONE, Attorneys.
Administrator's Notice of Final
Notice Is hereby given thnt tho un
dersigned, administrator, with the will
annexed, of thn estate of I). I Wol-
verlon, decenscd, has filed hnr final
account, In the County Court of the
State of Oregon for Clackamas Coun
ty, nnd the County Court has rixeil
the 27th day of Februnry, 1911, at 10
o'clock, A. M. as the time whon ob
jections to said final account will bo
All persons interosled In said estnln
must file tholr objections to said final
account, If any they have, In said
Court on or before said date.
LAURA A. FOIlflHNRR,
In the Circuit Court of the Statu of
Oregon for Clnrkamns County.
Frank Ln Port, Plaintiff,
Clarissa La Port, Defendant.
To Cbirl'isa Iji Port, above named
In the name of thn Slnto of Oregon,
you are hereby required to npnnar nnd
answer the comnlnlnt fllsd against you
In the nbovn named suit, on or before
the 10'h day of Mnrch, 1911, said dale
being tho exnlrntion of six weeks from
the first publication of this summons,
nnd If yon frill to npnenr or answer
said comtil'ilnU for wnnt thereof the
I'lalnlKf will anply to the court for
thn relief prayed for In his complaint,
For a decree dissolving the bonds
of matrimony now existing betweon
IMilgrln, ( bus. Krel.M, (.;, Finger,,
I'. II. Grey, A. I). Edwards, (i. W.
I rs. J. H. Ilolman, It. E. Essen. N.
V. Utile. Anion MlkkelHoli. W. Duldeti.
xopf. Gun l.udrlngaon, Herman Hid
derbusche. E. F. Bruns, H,' p. DIHerl.
Casper Junker, Pet.. Duler, Dave
Umcnster. N p. Ilornett, Albert III. I
derbuHcbe, p. J. Johns lames J.
llarbbion. It J. Revenue, w. Smith,
Theodore Flsi-her. T. II. Fischer, IC
Fischer, J. Haselwondnr. M Wunlsi he,
M. Hoi In no, E. Holtnnn, M, V.oo,
N. Truljel, Paul R. Mi.lnlg, Harvey
E. Kehres, R. KalMor. Henry Itldder
liusi h, Curl K., Wei.dland, Guhm Dah
reus. A. C. Ilaumbi.rk, C V. Caasedy,
Otto II. Mellilg. Alboti O. Mel.ilg, .
Itlderbiisch, Henry Koch, Joseph Wit
Hit, F. I-angensatid, C. II. Edwards, T.
II. Milan, A. II. Jerger', J. C. Iiundres,
H. ' Erl. M, E. Klelnsiiillli. R. Netzel,
J. W. Patterson, Geo, Williams, (.
Ilaiii'luin, L I, Russell, fl. O. Osborn,
lwls IIiuikIiiiii, Ei A. Jonitrud Paul
Dunn, P. K. Dunn, J. Decker, Thomas
Dunn. I). J. inn., c, . Bergman. A.
II. Jabs, ('has SSharnke, D. A. Hart,
Dr. Luplon, E. M. Revenue, A.lolph
K. Weldelinsch, R. A. Wendlainl. J. A.
All.el, V. E Fosherg, Mick 8cl.mlt,
Jus, Mor.ln.int, J. W. Il-cker, Wlllard
Horholn. Emit E. Wendland, Warren
L Wllklns, H. A. Garrett, J. M.
Kehres, Martin Mlkkelson, Ed Flatnw,
James Hell, H. Ll.ebkn, II, Miller, C.
F. Suckow. John Huckow. n. W.
Rcharpf, F. J. Huckow, Emll Heck, .
fn.nlel Hohivart)!, Peter P. Hnla, Olo
Mlliolson, I, H, Phlnns, K. R. llrnok,.
A. K. Andrews, J. W. Ilolman, J, T.
Joans, J. II. Fowler, R. A. llulchens,
Eekel Peers, IT. 8. Grlffllh, Fred
Wagner, 8 Ilncon, R. Androws, Joseph
Albel, R. E. Jarl, T. O. Jonsrnd, II. C.
Francis, John Kelsecker, Fred Kid
seeker, Henry Kelsecker, Michael Kel
secker. George Kolsocker, .1. II. Woe
ver, H. P. Brims, .7. R. Moroney, 0.
Tiornstedt, Hermnr Fischer, nnd Hor-'
men Woodbind, Ed 8uckny.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
Notice In hereby given Hint wn will
present said Petition, of which thn
above Is a trim copy, to Ihn Honornblo
County Court for tho County of Clnck
nuins, In thn Slnlo of Oregon, at the
County Court room In the Court Hons.,
for Clacknmns County, Oregon, on the
1st day of March, mil, nt the hour of
ten o'clock A. M. nnd will nt that tlmo
ns( the said Court for a llrnnso to soli
spirituous, mult nnd vinous Honors
In less quantities than onn gallon In
said Cnscadn precinct In said County
and Btnto for tho period of ono your
from tho dale of said license, ns
praynd for In said Petition. This no
tice is first published Jnnuiiry 27,
1911, and will bo Inst pnbllshod Fob- '
ruary 24, 1911.
J. L. DAVIS,
C. E. EDWARDS,