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OltrcaON CITY KNTBIU'MBK, FIJI DAY, FEBRUAUY 17, 1911.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
We Pay Cash !
For aII Country Produce
i DON'T FORGET US .
Store and Warehouse
Cor. Oth and Main Sts.
I LOCAL BRIEFS
Dr. I. (I. Ice. ItiHima 4, 6 mid C,
Mr. IIIIhh, of Molnlla, wits la Oregon
Kukoiio ('iiinmliin, uf riitrlu-H, wit In
On-Hon City Friday.
14. paelninl, nf Maple Initio, wim In
Oregon City Friday,
Mm. Km In, of Molalla, In vlaltlng
Willi friends In Oregon City.
J. GrouHiiilller, nf Sliubel, wn In
( lrtKoii City mi lninliiim Friday.
J. !! Phelps, of M i ln I la. wax among
tlin Oirgon City Imrilln-nH v I 1 1 l M Hill
Ilnrii, hi Vllliimiltn, Woitucnday
nlt:lit. in llio wlf uf Robert W. linker,
U MiHr, of Nhuhol, wns In thin
rlty Wciiii'day getting Mil 11 1 t'M fur
tlin hliirkHiiillh nliiip.
II. It. Iioyli'x, of Mnliillii. Iiim rev
iiiniiil to liU Ihiiiiii after n few dnya
III till rlty on I.HHlm-na.
C. Mix'liiiliti, iiim nf tlm well known
ririiintM of Heaver Creek,. was In thin
illy Friday having brought In n load
C. W. Nolilltt, ono of (lin pioneers
of Clio knitiiiH I'oiinty, In vi'ry III nt
tlin Ihiiiiii of liln daughter. Mm. M. J.
J. 1 Miiitipower, r Htone, wna In day, mid la In (!ihkI working order.
Iirennli City Hattirduy, ntii! wont to . Mr. Howell oxpeelH to havo tho filler
1'orlliiinl on InniliirHH heforo return-j Iiir plant In rmitilnx order nt Kiikoiio
IiiK I" IiIh home. jnhoiit Ihn latter part of Kelirnary. lie
MIhh Not fin Ilin Koyne, of New Km, f Iiiih cluirKo or the liiHlallatlon (r tlm
wiih & Kiii iit over Kiindiiy or MIhh Hobo , hitter plant iiIho.
JuhiIii, nt the homo or the Intter'ni .. ,
fnitiir, Mr. Jimtln. I
Ii. I'. Iiedmaii, one of tho prominent j
n-niiiuiiiH mol Hiriiw tiorry Krywora of i
Clai kamiyv was In Oroimn C.ty on
t u? y- . u-n. .. '
V. W. MrUiren of llholt. owner;
nnd limiiager or tho siimiin r resort In
DreKon City on
that plm-p, wnt In oreiimi Cliy Friday
on a htixliicHH trip.
MIhh Mury Tarry, or Iteavor Creek,
wlni t.i.H been nt tho Wlllnmetto Hotel
ror n few wookH, left yi-sterday for
I'urlliiiul to take a Hinltlnn.
There Is now on hand Stale School I
money to bo loaned at 0 per rout In-!
tori'st. Cordon K. Hayes, Agent. j
I'hll (iniveH, of MnrkHliurg. olio of,
tho well known ruHlileuia or that part I
of tho rouiity, was tratiHiirtlng IhihI- j
iii-kh In liregou Clly Friday. i
Urseti Co. Hhltiped n ear load of
pointers to Sail Fratlcliiro Monday
They report the price us on the down
grade and paid l 10 for this hint Hhlp-
nient , I
1'. Stelner, or Heaver Creek, ono of j
the prominent reslditils or that sec-'
lion, was In Oregon Clly on Tuesday!
hi bus!!.. ., and while hero visited ;
with his parents ;
II M. Itohhlns. who recently nxr -
clu I a farm nt Maph- line, was in :
Mho city vesierdav prrfectlug ar.ango-1
meulH for a profitable seamiira busl-!
l.cHS on tho fame
Mr. and Mrs. II. Simpson have
moved Into their new homo at Moun
tain View. This place wiih recently
purchased of .1. W
moved to rol'tlaiid.
Cerher, who has ;
William HliHid, principal of tho Dov
er rchool, Ih In Oregon City taking the
t..,i. hers examlnal on Ho Is the i
guest of bis mother In law, Mrs. M. A.
lliayton, of I'nrkplace.
Mr. nnd Mrs. H. I Schoer, from ,
.I....MI..I.. ll... ....ul.t II. Kti.l 1
iniiiin, nimi iiiu r.," ",n " I
were tho guoHts of Mr. and
Mrs. A mtl Crliiim, nt Willamette, last
Sunday. A boimt llul dinner was
spread nnd served. A plensant nfler
noon was spent.
Ingram nnd lleiger, of Cnrus, hnve j
planted .'l.l itcres of apples nnd are
getting ready lo plant III) more. It la
their purpoHo to have olio of the best
orcluijds III the Statu when once they
get It Into bearing. "
G. Plans, of the Southern Oregon
Commission Company with licailiiinr-Ii-ih
at Portland, was In Oregon City
Monday with a buyer 'of Sun Francis-
l iiey were hero for tho purpose
of puiohn.'iltig seed potatoes.
LAND AND CITY PROPWY
We want 15 acres of land with
out buildings In the vicinity
of Mt. Pleasant.
We want 15 acres within two
or three miles of Oregon City
that will grow good fruit.
We want IS to 30 acrea In the
Willamette or Clackamaa
We want a good ranch price
. not more than $-1000 to trade
for cash and property near
the car line. i
We want a houati and lot In
Oregon City th.Vt can be pur
We warytI!j-tir-4 acrei on the
OUR PORTLAND AGENTS
ARE CALLING FOR ALL
80RT8 OF CLACKAMAS
WE HAVE MONEY TO LOAN
ON GOOD SECURITY.
CROSS 8c HAMMOND
Attorney at Law,
W'o miiko n Hpoclnlty of Land
Til Urn nml AI1STRACT3.
Beaver Building, Oregon City.
Tim Mllwmililn (liangi) Will give h
liHNlnit Nocliil mill spelling match lit
Din Oraiigi, liiill on Friday evening,
February 17. Tim Imly wIiohh hiiHkcl
sella for Ihn iniiHt money will liu given
II prlzo, unit two p.-on will In, given
III lllll HllllllllIK I'linlUHlN.
I It Faln-lough, of tlm Ogln Miiimi
tiiln MIiiIiik Co., who ban boon vlHit
IiiK friends, Iiiih returned to ihn inlni-N
lii'H'loiHiinlit work loiilliiiii-M anil tho
I l-l Tl 1 1 1 K Im plug limning I'M Well IIH run
Im c peeled, Thorn wiih much hiiow
to nvorconio on li I h wny out mill It
will Im hum hi thin limn of tlm year
on tlm rot urn. c
Mm W. (I. Moningiio, of Arlington,
Oregon; T. I), Weed, Hontlln, Wiuiti. ;
Mr. mill ,lr.s. ), MimiIIoii, nml
ilmiKhlnr, Klpliu ami Mm. Wllltiiin
(iiilluwiiy, or McMlunvlllo, Oregon;
Mih. Emma FreilrloliH, or HI. .IoIiiih,
Wash.; Sin nml Mih. Frank Word, Mr.
mol Mm .1. M, llli-hanlH ami huh, liny
iiiiiihI, Mr. nml Mih. union ItotlgoiH,
Aiiiom UoilMoiH, Mr. nml Mih. Ii. (I,
Miii-Ih-iiIii, Mih, H. Fulton, Minn Hunt-!
or, I'liiuliH 1 1 nit tr unit A. K, Hand-i
rnnk of Portland, were In HiIh rlty on
Hiiiuluy having roiiin to attend tlin
fiinriiil hoivIci-h over tlin ri-iiuiliiH of
llio lulu Riley Moiilton, whoso r ii ii" 111 t
wiih licit ut (In, finnlly homo ut Kuril
Kliliin on Hnniliiy iiflornooii lit 2
Heir In Molalla Family.
Horn, Jaiiiiaiy ;iu, to ihn wlfn of II.
ftownimi, n hovoji pound hoy, which
haa been Rlvon tho iiamo of 1'livodorn
Kouia. Mra. Howninn la ut tho homo
M . . . . ... ... ,
on hlock , In Covi'll, Thoy iirnctoil
h hitlldtiiK on tho iirupiTiy for Kalllo
II Iliiriii H.
j Ah x Wi't.lor Iiuh rilid n mi'ihaiili-H
I loin hi; iliiHt Allien llrownotl i ul ror
1 1172 SO. Ill" whh oiiiiloyi'd hy Con
! trartorH JoHi'ph lliirtnian ami Court;"
Vi'lntKli to rlonr land.
Will Condemn Right of Way.
Tho ("liy Attorney of Willamette hut,
hi'i'ii limlriirti'il to Ih'kIii procci'dltiKH
for rlithl of way for n ilio lino for
rlty wator wiirka hhIi in of that rlty.
Tho Coiiiii'II of l IiIh Hvo lit tin hurt; Ih
itotrrinliii'il to havo a wulor H.VHiDin
Hint will nHtiiiro healthful rondllloiiH,
and Ih taking tho Htepa nei'OHHary to
Filtering Plant for Willamette.
The fllterliiK plant liiHtalled In tho
Wlllatiietto hi'IiihiI bull. linn by W. II.
Unwell, Hiipcrliiti'Iidolit or the Orexoll
Clly water workH and rilterliiK plant,
wna atarted Into operntloll on Woilin-a-
I now have futnU lo pay Itond War-
rniita oiidorHed prior to April 14, r.uo.
' n Mr ' ' - 'r ' i wllli'll tlmo thorn will ho Hov- ral
11,111 nvo"""- IfarroH. H.-rary niinih.-r un.l ii.uhKhI
M ". T" , . i hoIitiIoiih kI vnii. Klahorato pruparu
Two Mechanic. Ll.n. Filed. , w mMuK f()r rmlHl(? ,
Wlllliim IjiHbIIh 6 Hon havo fll-l j ,i u,i. honHo In c.-rtiilii to he flll'-il
n iimrliatili'ii loin for n halmiro of -',n i (,, ovmriowliiK.
' en , ir or '' ; There had I n a varied program pre-
i l "Spared ror the evening and there was
l.i' of I Is iM ,. ,,, proceedings rrom the
heliriiary 17, 1 UJII . ,
DEEP SNOWS ENCOUNTERED EN
ROUTE SIGHT PRESENTED
ONE OF GREAT BEAUTY.
, , ..,.,.
Onirics II Ci.ufleld and two soiih.
d Wallace returned to
Oregon City .Motulav night, after rnnk-
UxK " "-'Hrul trip to (lovermneiit
( where they had the pleasure of
vl"wl" 01,1 M""1" l,c""1 wl"1 1,8
I",,v' """'"e'f '''. " 'hat
v"r' ("K l'"l'l,,l this city have wlt-
iieH'ieii in niin-wiinor. i no oovs, w ho
aro nttendllig the' 1'iilvorslty of Ore
gon, and who hud miide n record two;
...... r ...... f .....l-lt,., II.A .,lil..t:nul !
;, ., . . ., ul.., ilf i,,lint i i.uwl of
i - - - - t
any party that summer, have been en-!
loving their week's vacation In this
Jpff i(,r(, vvt1
,tl,,,r fal,,r ,, Tlli,. ,,,rim. of
fnr (.,ivi.,.mmint ,-,,, Thoy
W(n far nH Holing on the O. W. 1'.
. ... . .....
anil from tliai piaco Htaeeu u
Welches, making tho remainder of '
the trip to Hhoilodetidroii, a dlatanre of ,
miles on foot.
Tavern about !
that night, where they remained until
tho following morning. Blurting on
their trip to Government Camp, which
Is iiboiit eleelt miles oil skis. At
Rhododendron the snow was 18 Inches
In depth, but further up on tho moun-ibis
tain In tho Laurel lllll district the
ground was covered with two feet of
fresh snow, which mudo It difficult to
travel on skis, but the party reached
Government Camp that evening iiboiit
.8 o'clock, and slates that tho BCenery
wan grand, as they traveled by moon
light part of the time. The following
morning Mount Hood showed up in Us
glory, and never before presented n
more attractive sight than on this day.
At Government Camp tho snow was
five feet in depth. The party remained
at this place Friday and Saturday.
While lit Rhododendron Raymond nnd
Wnllnco Outfield accompanied tho old
mountaineer, Mr. Yocuui, to tho Salmon-River,
where tho hitter Is engaged
by tho Mount Hood Hallway Company
lo read the wnter gauge. Tho party
went on skis, nnd covered n (Ilstnnco
of 12 miles, six miles each way.
This ii Mr. Cnuflold'B first trip to
Mount Ilid on Bkls, bill his sons niado
a Biiccesiiful trip a year itgo, and en
Joyed the sport. This Is tho second
party that Iiiih made, tho trip In this
niiinner successfully this year.
GRANGE INDORSES TREATY.
Woodlawn Body Acts In Opposition
to National Call.
Ity n unanimous vote, Woodlawn
Grago of the patrons of Husbandry,
voted Saturday night lo sustain the
reciprocity agreement with Canada as
proposed by President Taft. This Is
in direct opposition to tho call ot the
Discussion was opened by Dr. W. E.
Slater, who urguod for tho treaty. He
said that It would not Injure the farm
ers In this country. Rov. William
Douglas said that tho agreement would
bring the peoplu of the United Stales
and Canada closer together and would
not affect t l.io prlco of grain, ns Hint
Is controlled elsowhero.
NEGATIVE WINS DEBATE THIS
WEEK CHALLENGE ISSUED TO
WINNER OF COMING DEBATE.
i inniiiiiii iiiorary noi'ii'iy nan n
pmkcil hoiiHo at iih ri'Ktilar wi'iilily
whhIoii Wi'ilrii'Hilay cvoiiIiik, Kvory
Hiat wan oi Tiipli'il two iloop nml
llinro wi'iii 1'iiKi'r llHli'iiorH hiiiihIIiik.
Tlm IoIIit ioi'i'IvimI from Miipln Ijuio
liianrn-whlrll WIIH ptlhllHhi'il In tln
Kiiii'rirliii)--wiiH ri-ail anil coiihI(it"'I.
Ah (liiirn wild
ninny proMoiit rrom
il iih It wiih dwriiod
Miiplu I.iiiio, nml
liful lii iMmi'iiuu Ihri (iili'Hl Inn to thi.m
M.lvrM. It wiih i... ,l,., to tako tho mat -
tor up later mid ten what can ho ilono
I to provide iiimiiiim for tin) ono grange
filling Iwu bills.
Tlm ili'luito for tlm evening wiih,
"RohoIvoiI, T tt n t Urn lii'llmi Iiiih Morn
Ciiiimi) fur Conipliiliit Than tho N'-gro."
Tlm Hpi'iil-.oiH on tlm affirmative wore
Frank MIliliT, Mr. IaiwIh Sutherland
mid MIhh Ruby KoiiIh. Tho negative
wuh iIIhi'iihhciI hy .toh ii Gaffnoy, J. Iv
Downer nml .MIhh ,elhn Jackson. Tho
lioKiitlvo won tho di-luilo.
Tlm big program Ih to ho prrHente.l
HI IIM7 PIH'IHIK nHllllMIII IIIIIL, M
I II... .......lit,., C'.,li,.-,l,.., ,.h.ltl l.l
At tlm iii'Xtri'Kiilnr nii'dliiK Woil-
iii'Hilny, Kehrunry 15 tho qupHlInn to
ho diil.iited Ih, 'Itraolved, That tho
Knilt (irowera I'nlnn Ih of Morn llontf
fll Kliiamlallv to tlin Hinall Crower
Than to lie Without tho I'nlon."
There Ih n dehato on hctwei.n Monti-
tain View Improvement Club mid the j about 10 years of ako, preferred chart;
Mount I'li iiHiiut linproveineiit Club j i h nunliiHt one uf tho tenchem, MIhh
nml the Clerinont aoelety haa IhhuoiI j Ida .Mark, who has charm of the
n challeiiKe to the winner of Hila do-j fourth and fifth cradeH, Rtatlng In bU
bale, tl mo to ho net later and the cjiu-a- , rluirKo that Minnas unfit for a teaeli
tloii to ho dehiited to bo tho rliolco i er, uh hIio had Told her puplla not to
of tho party rhnllemted. Tho dehato ! toll their pnrotitw of anything that
Ih to bo held at Clermont. j happened wbool. It Kr-eiim that tho
jjoutiK daiiKhtor of Mr. Illako had told
AT THE CLIMAX IN THE EVEN
ING'S FUN THE WHOLE ROW
OF SEATS FALLS DOWN.
The llti-rnry entertainment at Cler
mont srhixil Saturday evening proved
to ho mi enjoyable event, and tho
house wan packed to overflowing.
' no hitch In the proceedings from the
start lo finish.
There are two rooms In tho school
biillillng al Clermont and one hns
liei'ii flnlhhed for Hclioul piirgioHCH. i
The other has noi been finished with i
seh.H.I .,,.,. nnd It Is this room that
U being used for lite ary purposes
I lie pairoiiH oi Hie hciuhii weaiou " '
ror the Saturday literary with rough
made seats, built closely together.
, Just ns the minstrel show was nt Its
i i....... i.... -ii...... .I....... .. ;
j Ilium liu ' i-ni I iik rniiiii ini-nr ni-iiin j
i all went down together and let the :
; whole crowd to tho floor. No one ,
was Injured and a good Intigh W'as
i had on thoHo who erected tho Heats.
To Mrs. Hose Sutherland Is murhj
; credit duo ror the auccess or tho en-,
1 tertiilnmeiits at Clermont. Tho week- j
ly debate w ill be the order or the ov- i
cuing Wednesday. j
EFFORT BEING MADE TO RETAIN
MONEY FOR STATE UNLESS
DOUBT IS CLEARED UP.
Following the suit of the State of
Oregon, through Frank Ilesso. siH'ilal
counsel appointed hy Coventor West
io bring proceedings to escheat the
money of the estate of F. A. William-
sou to the estate, application for a
writ of review was made Tuesday by
Ficd llargreaves, administrator or the
estate of llcrnhai dt Halst, who claimed
that the body of tho tnnn found three
years ago uenr Oswego was that or
brother, Christian Halst.
Mrs. F.ttlo It. Ilolitnson. atlinnusirii-
trlx of tho estate of Williamson, Is i Licenses to ina.ry were Issued Hon
made defendant In tho suit filed Tues- (av t0 .i,.nnie Anderson and George
day. as Is W. L. Mulvey, who ns Conn-1 w. Ma pes, Ida Straight and W. E.
ty Clerk. Is oiiHtodlan of the records Simpson, Ruth C. Jacks and C. J.
In the case. The Identity of tho man, Thomson, Miss .lacks is Hi years of
whose pockets contained Ji'.tIO III gold.jUK0 ,;m Thomson Is 19, and both of
has never been proven to tho satisfae- j nc young people obtained the consent
Hon of all conceined, though Mrs.
Robinson has all along contended that
the dead man was her father, F. . A.
Wlllnmson, and Halst, now dead,
claimed the body was mat of his
Former County Judge Dlmlck, after
hearing the evidence In the easo threw
both claimants out of court, and sev
eral weeks ago County Judgo Reatle
reversed Dlmlck's division nnd or
dered tho money paid over to Mrs.
Robinson, who again qualified as ad
ministratrix llargreaves contends that tho Coun
ty Court can only he reviewed either
by a writ of review or by appeal, and
that decrees of the County Court can
only he set aside for fraud or col
lusion. Ho charges that Judgo Reatle
passed on the facts in tho easo, with
out being ncipmliited with them, and
ho asks that Mrs. Robinson bo re
quired to return tho money to the
County Treasurer. ' Mr. llargreaves
seeks to havo the order of Judgo Hen
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
that Contain Mercury,
M mercury will lurrly Urslroy lit pnne of imrll
mul nHiiiili-ti-ly itt-nuiro Hit nlmlc nytftu wlu-n
pnli-niiif II tlirtniull tlm nuiroun MirtHct'i. Surli
nu-li- nlioutit novi-r lie limit except oil prrnrrlri
tlnna Irtim n-inlnblo pliynlrliuil, na the llnmnkT llH-y
will ilo li ton lulil In On kihhI you run oiwtly derive-
Iron) lliem. ll:il- OH-trrh nire. nmmilnrtureit
by P. J. "Cheney Jk Co.. Toledo. O.. eonttiltm no nier
eury. nml la taken Inu-mMly. ftrllnic dtrt-etly upon
llio bliHKl mul miieoua rnirtacea ol the avatem. In
buylnii Hiill'a t-nlurrli Cure bv auro you art tlm
Ri-'iulne. It la Inkon Inlemnlly, ami mail In Toledo
Ohio, by V. J. Ctii-uey A Co. Teallmonlala tree.
Sola by linnrel.ua. I'rlee. 7'e. vr boole.
Tako Hull a lumlly l'llla lor cotiatlputluo.
WANTS 15CENT FARE,
CM Agnlnit 0. W. P. Will Be Heird
Clydo II, AllcliHon, a rin'inlinr of tho
Ktalo rnllroiirt r.oinnilHHlon, wan In tin;
city Hiiliinlay biiiI Iiiih arnniKod ror n
puhlln hi'iirlnn at Hi" Court Hoiiho In
Ihn null or M. K. iMinn vh, Tho Port
laml Hallway fjxht ti l'o(.r Co. Tho
ciiho Iiiih hooii not for Wihiiii:ton'
hlrt Inlay, Koliruary r:, nml thin In kIho
CoiiiiiilHHloimr AltiliHon'H hlrtlulay.
Mr, Dunn hooIik to havo tho faro ho
tweon I',rt IiiiiiI mol Ori'Kon City ro
iIiic;;! frotr. to 15 tmiih.
MOTHER WANTS DIVORCE.
For Son, Who Is Still Under Legal
Tho uniiHiuil HpuHiirlr. or a dlrorri!
Mti 1 1 III whlcli III" mother or tho yiiiim?
I"1"" lv"lv'd iipt'.'iiH na this plaintiff,
i Hl',, 1,1 "'0 ''''" '""""H Cijiinty I'lr-
cull rouri, mm mi ormr or uoraull
1 "i'1 r';foron'0 wiih ..iitorid Krhli.y.
wripimn rn. iirowiinii; wtm marricii
to ICHtollo M. Iltownlnit, at AHiorln,
Ki'hruary 20, .1910. Ho Ih Htill twidor
iii icKiil (?. havlni! n-achi'd tho l'jtli
lillcntono. I II tt failu r Ih ih-ad nml In
i' Hiilt ror divorce IiIh iiuithi-r, Mra.
Ucttli) IlrownlliK; lo'tH iih IiIh next
frlfiiil a ml Kii'irdlmi ml litem. Tho
cuuplo novcr llvod toi-olhcr.
THEY HAKE TROUBLE
CHARCE8 PREFERRED BY PUPIL
BUT ON EXAMINATION THEY
ARE QUICKLY DISMISSED.
C. F. Illuke, who reHldea at Park
plare, nnd wIioho dauchtcr, who ij
tier parema iniu mion reiunnnn irom
Ki'hool ono day before ChrlHtmaa, und
tho parentH hocotnlnt? amtry, brought
tho above churKPH aiialiiHt the teacher.
MIhh Mack, aluce romlnic to I'ur
place, haa mudo many friciuls, boih
uiuong tho puplla or tho arhoola and
tho thlldron'a parenin, and hIio wbh
8tirprlned UMin hoarliiK of the charges,
and Kcrured Attorney (ieorge C.
Ilrownell to act an her attorney. Sat
urday nftefftoon at tho l'arkplaee
Hi'hool limiHO Illako appeared to tell
1:Ih version or the utory, and Attorney
Mrownell wa on hand to represent
tho teacher. Some or the pupils of
the grade of which Mln Mack la teach
IiiK, were brought before Mr. Browne!!
and Mr. Illako, but tho children wore
not aware of the teacher advising her
! Pl'" ' " ' " "'f'r"
; h..r piren.s o anytlMng that ever
happened al school. The case was
Mr. Wake and family came to Park
placo about ono year ago. This Ij
i Miss Mack's first .year, and she h is
given satisfaction as teacher. . Tho
l.....1n..A U,.K.I l..,a ..n nvltl.tlt
I "of toachM1 nnj ,llls lg (ne fir
j(.mi' llnl ,(9 t,mere,.
i' . Ilnv
A truant officer recently visited the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Hlnke to ascer
tain the reason why their daughter
was not attending school, nnd ho w is
advised that she was receiving Instruc
tion from a private Instructor nnd
that It was not necessary for her to
attend the Piukphice school.
MILWAUKIE GETS A FACTORY.
Chicago Men Start Label and Carton
Establishment In Suburb,
Through the efforts of X. M. Dean,
i of the Dean I-ihd & Improvement
j Company, a new Industry has been so
j cured for MilwauUle In the shape of
an establishment for the manufacture
of labels, cartoons, bottle boxes, etc..
, for the drug trade. The business will
j he carried on under tho name of the
I port land Uibel Company, w ith J. W.
and Fred A. Klnzol, recently from Chl-
caiio, as mummers.
While the business will be conduc
ted from Portland, the factory will
remain ill Milwaukie, where the plant
of the Willamette Publishing Com
pany has been acquired. Heretofore
giMida of this sort have come from
Chicago nnd other Kastern points.
Licenses to marry were Issued
Thursday to Daisy C. Morgan and
Albert II. Demke. Marie Hollman and
Charles II. Stelner. The latter couple
are from Reaver Creek.
Licenses to- marry wore granted
Saturday to Mrs. S. A. Halley and .1.
W. Uuig, and Margie J. Tledeman and
of their parents to the marriage.
C ASTO R I A
Property at Meldrum Moving.
Mr. Davis, who resides on tho Aber
nethy, has purchased the Cub Want
bind place at Meldrum consisting of
six lots and a house. The price was
$2800, nnd Is a valuable piece of land.
Mr. Wanihlad has purchased an ncro
south of this property from Judge
Moldi uin, and will soon commence tho
construction of thulr new home.
For that cough. Got a bottlo of Dr.
Hell's Plne-Tiir-Honey. It Is tho besi.
Geo. A. llnrding. Druggist.
! TAKE THE HINT !
You can get the best that
money can buy If you buy of
our new stock of canned Table
Fruits. They have the delici
ous, ripe flavor.
IMPROVEMENT LEAGUE TO RAISE
MONEY WITH WHICH TO
MAKE GOOD ROAD.
Tho Mount I'loBHnnt Clvlo. Improve
ment Chili met at the Mount I'leunant
HchoolhotiHo on Tuesday evening,
whin plana were made to give a
WuhIiIio'I'iii Hlrtlulay mipper at the
aehoolhoiiHo on Wednesday, February
22, tho supper to bo served from 0
o cloi k until 8, after which a pro
gramme will he given.
The ladles of this organization havo
served bamjuetB heretofore, and
IIioho who have attended know what
Ih In store for them, and there la no
doubt but thorn will bo many attend
ing from this city.
The proceeds of tho affair will he
used for the construction of side
walks. Tho Intention of the club Is
to extend tho Kellogg roan, and alao
to build a walk along the Holmes
road extending from Mount Pleasant
to Mountain View. Tho committees
having the sidewalk construction In
charge nre composed or Mrs. W. II.
Stafford. T. Ollbert Clark and Miss
llolmoH for the Holmes road, and or
the Kellogg road, Mrs. A. C. Warner,
Mrs. J. M. Warnock and Charles
Holmes. The proceeds will be di
vided equally. The program commit
tee consists of Mrs. K. E. Kellogg,
chairman, Mrs. J. C. Warner and J.
A meeting was held on Thursday
afternoon and made further plans for
tho entertainment, which promises to
be something out of the ordinary. The j
decoration committee, banquet com-j
mlttee nnd reception committee will I
he chosen this week.
A QUIET WEDDING.
Young People Married on Saturday
Afternoon by Rev. Vogt.
A oulet wedding was consummated
at the hoirfe of friends on Fifth street
Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock at
which time Kev. Vogt, of Heaver
Creek, irformed the ceremony mak
ing Charles A. Stelner and Mlsg Mario
Hollmann man and wife.
The groom's heat man was Georgo
Holman and the bridesmaid was MIks
Sophia Hohlander. The bride wore a
cream Panama dress and carried a
boquet or white carnations while the
attendant maid carried pink carna
tions. Shares for $5 Now; After March 1
Th:y Will Be 110.
The farmers of the county who In
tend to take out a memhershin In the
Oreeon Cilv Fruit and Produce I'nlon
should do so at once as the price of
the shares will double after March 1. : f Oregon City, and one of the oldest j lalla avenue, after an Illness extending
This decision was made at meeting ; members or the Masonic order, passed ! over two weeks. He was born la
of tho board of directors of the lncor-i aay at his home at Fern Ridge i Ohio, March 23, 1831, and came to
porat ion n few days ago. Members at j Thursday night at 11 o'clock after a i Oregon in 1833 with Barrett's train,
the present time are being admitted , 'hree weeks' Illness. Although Mr. ! In lSJti he returned to Indiana and
at the very low price of 13. This Is ( Moulton has been In poor health for I then went to Iowa where he was mar
less than any admittance fee to unions ; several years his condition was not I rled to Mrs. Mary E. Plummer, a wid
In the State and only those that apply I considered serious until a few days I ow with two children. The wedding
at once w 111 be favored. ! ago. - j took place In Jones county. Ia. .Oeto-
For further Information call on the
manager or address the secretary, M.
J. Iizelle, Oregon City.
u uiiMDmAcD qtiii u nt ns
w. rt. tviuiyifowtri si ill MULua
POSITION OF ROAD SUPERVIS
OR IN DISTRICT NO. 46.
The County Court room at the Court
House was crowded Saturday with
people from Road District No. 40, all
eager to hear the scrap that was pre-
cipitaieu oy tne petition for tne re-'
moval of W. E. Mumpower, as super-,
visor. C. Schuehc-1 led the fight for:
Ilia .til ipliltoner who chiirurft thnt
the 39 petitioners, who charged that
Mumpower had squandered the money
of the district: that he had stated
that he had 110 interest in the Improve
ment of roads In a part of the district:
that ho had neglected his duties In
going away and working in a saw
mill, nnd that men working on the
county roads had been permitted to
idle away their time. Judge Beaiie
and the Commissioners heard the tes
timony of 10 witnesses, four of whom
said they had signed the petition un
The petition also asked that the
present boundaries of the district,
which embraced the Cape Horn road,
be kept Intact, not knowing that the
County Court had already denied a
petition to alter the district boundar
ies. The petitioners asked for the ap
pointment of U D. Mumpower, a broth
er of the supervisor. '
Attorney Grant 11. Dimirk represent
ed tho supervisor, and after hearing
the evidence the court reached the
conclusion that the charges had not
been substantiated and refused the
grant the petition for the removal of
Supervisor Mumpower. Considerable
feeling has been manifested over the
GETS A DIVORCE.
But Not Release From Mortgage Note,
Divorce did not release Mrs. R. V.
Haddock from liability from her first
husband's debts, as is evidenced in
the suit that was filed Tuesday by
William Mnire against Frank Gerritz.
R. W. Haddock and Mrs. Haddock for
the foreclosure of a mortgage given to
secure tho payment of a note for JtiOO.
Tho note was signed Jnnunry 3, 1908,
and was made payable to J. Riehner
& Sons, of Oswego, and they assigned
the paper to Maire. On September
IS, 1909, Mrs. GtMiltz, who signed the
note and mortgage with her husband,
brought suit for divorce, nnd obtained
her decree, and has since been mar
ried to Haddock. The mortgage cov
ers two. lots nt Oswego.
Malre Is represented by Attorneys
Geo. C. Ilrownell and William M.
Salary Hardly Worth Collecting.
The attention of Council has been
called to the small salary being paid
to tho city health officer. Dr. J. A.
Norrls. Dr. Norrls has been doing
tho work for tho city for tho small
sum of $7.50 a month, and ho thinks
t hero should be an Increase or a new
health officer. Not to scare Council
too badly at. one time the Doctor has
niinouiiced his willingness to continue
to serve the city at $10 a month.
Wouldn't you like to hear
Washington and Lincoln make addresses?
Of course you would, but that is
impossible. Many of their noble sen
timents remain, but their voices are
How different had they lived in
the present day! .
The Victor w ould have preserved
their voices for future generations
just as it does President Taft's.
You can lie;. ' ' - on the Victor. And you
can have the 1 tcs Marine Band ("The
President's O. i 'ryor'sand Sousa's Bands
play selections I , r ,i whenever you want.
Come in and hear the Victor find out what a wealth
ot mutic and entertainment it hai in store for you.
There ii a Virtornr YOU-$10to J100; Victrola J125
to $250., Termi to sun.
Burmeister & Andresen
OREGON CITY JEWELRS
Edison and Victor Dealers
WERE HIS YEARS HERE!
ONE OF OLDEST MASONS IN STATE
WILL BE BURIED WITH HON
ORS OF THE ORDER.
Kiley iloulton. one of tho w-oll-
! known and highly respected residents I
Riley Moulton was the son of Mr. . ber 14, 1S39. Mr. Robeson and his
and Mrs. J. p. Moulton, and was bom ! family returned to Oregon January
In St. Lawrence county. New York, on ;29, 1S7S and since 18S3 they made their
December 13, 1825. Mr. Moulton was ! home at Colton, Clackamas County,
twice married, Jils first wife being moving to Oregon City last November.
Elizabeth Galloway Smith, sister of ! Mrs. Robeson died three years ago
Circuit Judge Galloway, of McMinn land ihey lost an Infant In 18.80 and a
ville. The marriage took place on i son. John Robeson, died March 13.
September 30, 1S52 at Portage City, ; 1893. Mr. Robeson Is survived by five
W is., and to them were born three children and two step children, as foj
children, who are now Mrs. G. W. lows: Mrs. Margaret Jennings. Mrs.
Montague, of Arlington. Oregon; T. j Eva Ingram and C. D. Robeson, oi
t-.. .Motiuon, ot .Maron, Minn.; and L..
' a. Multou' of McMInnvllle, the latter
, of whom was at his father's hedsido
mini ue piiDMiu away. jirs. .viouuon
men on April si, isiz in juneau coun-.
ty, Wisconsin, and on January 22.
1874, Mr. Moulton married Leis E.
Ryingoton, of Summit, Juneau county,
Wisconsin, and to them two children
were born who are Mrs. S. A. Finley,
or Dnlton, Georgia: and Miss Eva L.
Moulton, of Fern Ridge, Oregon City.
After Mr. Moulton's second marriage
n0 made 1lig home ln tne state of
Wisconsin for some time, after which
he moved with his family to the State
M:..AnA.n -u..- .1 i
n .uiiiiic?"'in, aueic uiry lliaue lufll
home until the year of 1901, they came
West, making their home at Oregon
City. They recently moved to their
new home at Fern Ridge.
Deceased has been a member of the
Masonic order for the past 57 years,
and has been an active member of
this lodge until the past few years,
when his health would not permit. He
was also a Royal Arch Mason. Mr.
Moulton was initiated Into the Fort
Winnebago Lodge, No. 3. of Portage
City, Wisconsin, on May 14, 1S53, and
at the time of his demise was a mem
ber of Multnomah 1-odge No. 1, hav
ing been transferred into the local
lodge when coming to this city. It Is
probable that no man In the State of
Oregon has been a member of the Ma
sonic order as long as Mr. Moulton.
The funeral services will be con
ducted on Sunday afternoon at 2
o'clock from the family residence at
Fern Ridge, Rev. S. A. Hayworth, pas
tor of the First Baptist church, and
Rev. Charles Robinson, rector of St.
Paul's Episcopal church officiating.
A quartette from the Episcopal vested
choir will render several selections.
The members of the Masonic lodge
will attend the services, and march In
a body to the Mountain View ceme
tery, where they will have charge of
the burial service.
LAID TO REST.
In Mountain View Cemetery at the
Hands of Many Friends.
The funeral services over the re
mains of Riley Moulton were held at
the family home at Fern Ridge on
Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev.
S. A. Hayworth, pastor of tho First
Ilaptist church officiating. A quar
tette from the St. Paul's Episcopal
church vested choir rendered "Rock
of Ages" and "Abide With Me." At
the Mountain View cemetery tho Mas-
The interment was In the Masonic "'J ' yU '""V 11 re,ll,lry
plat. Mauv friends of the family at- ! urthermoro,you don't need to give
tended the services at the house and ; a, ca,,ar, specialist $50 to cure you
at the cemetery. The floral offerings i ?f catarrh, for the specialist a yet to
were magnificent and many. The be ,ll".rn Y,h C,a" rite, a better pre
pallbearers were from the Masonic -J r Ptum than HYOMEI.
order and were William Gardner. I.ivv Hlltltley Bros.1 Co., ami druggists
Stipp, Dr. T. E. Beard, C. W. Evans,
Ernest P. Rands, John Ilutiiphrys.
Pioneer Dies at Eagle Creek.
James Smith was born near Dun
dee, Scotland. November 12, 1S22,
died at Eagle Creek, Or., January 31,
1911, at the ago of 88 years.
He left his homo In Scotland In
1S7H, arriving nt Eaglo Creek, Or., the
same year, where he resided until his
He is survived by one son, James
Smithy w ho resides at Eaglo Creek.
CALLED BY DEATH
PIONEER OF 1853 PASSES AFTER
AN ILLNESS EXTENDING
OVER TWO WEEKS.
David Robeson died Monday morn
ing at 7:30 o'clock at hlsfhome on Mo-
Oregon City; Mrs. XV. TL Garrett, of
j Hucona : F. M. Robeson, of Colton;
i Jessie W lnslow, or-Oregon City.
Had Mr. Robeson. lived until March
23, he would have been SO years of
age. Up to the time of his Illness he
was enjoying the best of health, and
was able to do farm work. He had
the appearance of a man many yearj
his junior. He was of a kind disposi
tion and was highly respected by
young and old who knew him.
The funeral will be held at Colton
Wednesday, the procession leaving
the family home on Molalla avenue at
7 a. m. The services will be under
the auspices of .Meade Post No. 2, of
which deceased was a member.
OLD FRIENDS ATTEND.
Funeral of Sidney Richardson . Held,
at Grave Saturday Afternoon.
The funeral services over the re
mains of Sidney Richardson were held
yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock from
the home of his sister, M-rs. Theodore
W. Clark, and a short 'service was
held at the Mouutain View cemetery,
where the interment was in the family
plat, John W. Loder making a brief
address. The pallbearers were old
time friends of the deceased and were
David Cautield, W. II. Howell, C. C.
Rabcock, W. L. Little, C. Grazier and
Charles Burns, Sr. Many of the old
time friends of the deceased attended
tho funeral services.
Mr. Richardson was born In this
city C7 years ago, and was well-known
by the pioneers of this city. Although
he was of a quiet and reserved dis
position he had many friends here.
ONE BIG FOOL.
But He Doesn't Live In Oregon City,
Nor Read the Enterprise.
A man In Connecticut gave a doctor
a specialist in catarrh, $50 to cure
him of this common, yet most ob
The specialist gave him a bottle of
medicine and told him to use It.
The fool took tho medicine home,
took one dose, put it on a shelf and
mado do further effort to follow In
structions. Three months later, with tho modi
clue still on tho shelf, ho told a friend
that tho specialist was a fake; mat ho
had paid him $50 and still had catarrh.
HYOMEI (pronounce It High-o-mo)
won't cure catarrh if you don't breathe
everywhere, guarantee HYOMEI to
cure catarrh or money hack. A com
plete outfit which consists of a bottle
of HYOMEI. a hard rubber Inhaler
and simple instructions tor use eosn
only $1.00. Separate bottles of HYO
MEI, if afterwards needed, cost but 60
All Skin Troubles
Are overcome by using Dr. Bell's Anti
septic Salve. It Is as pleasant to use
as pure cream and Is guaranteed to
give satisfaction. 25c a box at Geo. A.