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About Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933 | View This Issue
MOHSIN'O KNTKIU'MSn. Slt.NlUV, JANUAIiV H,' l!tl.
OREGOlf CITY, ORECOIf,
E. E. BRODIE, Editor ami Publisher.
Applk-aftna made fur second claas privi
lege at th- Ifn-tufftee at Or-n H.v.
Or-son. -ur..t.-r lb Act of Corras of
Hank k l:. .
niw sr subcm-tim.
One yr. by all . .
His Mmtlw by mull
f'wtrr MmtHe, br mall... ........
IVr wr. by carrier........
make the natural soil too aoft for
transportation service. . .
Thus It 1 mi; to see reasons ahy
the Clacfcaniaa farmer needa and
ahould strive to secure good roads,
At the eame Unto theee- good roda
ahould not coat him too hljth or tha
benefits lo coma will. Ilka lea rav
en, vanish Into the darkness of night.
Grant consideration should be given
tha proposition and If faulty-methods
have beeriueed In tha past a rexlslon
houldnertiadeht once, - Science. In
good road making has advanced too
far to permit of aeedlea expense In
th lav work, aud every farmer ahould
make himself a committee of on lo
BY NELSON HEBE
ASSAULT AND BATTERY.
Vlnrt Pace.' mt tn.-h fre4 Insrrtloa. . .'.lie
Flr-tr Pac. p-r Im-h addd lnmlin . lc
-L-nAurril . ililnn any r-irf, p-r Inch
. flnit lnarMkin....r... .. '. .
prrfirmj puaiiKm any NKf. per ""'n
bun MMf nf h tha. firm ia . im.i
firm tnarrtkm.... i--1 and that one car is naa tnai ine pii-
to It that the proper roadS nTB"
I built, that t ho cost la within reason
- aildrd kinrthmn !7.. ......... So j He la not asked to pay for aomcthlng
Local W per line;, to irjruUr adver- , It did not get.
tlrrra lc tn 1 , .'. .,
Vaiue. For Bale. T Rnt. ne.. on- i "
cent a word first Insertion; une-half cent
each additional. i
Katve far adv-rtlarng In. the Weriry
Rni-rprtas will tie th- same as la the
dally, for adrenteemrnrs art raprvUlly
fur tne weekly. WTiee- toe ehVertim'nl
la tranaferred from the dally lo th n-k -"It.
without chaiura. the rate w'.il he c
an men for run nf fhe paper, and lt aa
Juitc Sstisod rlnes John J.' Boylan
ror Striking E. Parker.
Justice -Samson heard an aaauslt
and ltatury cane Ylday mornliiK, fin-
In ilefomlant $20, It as a oaso in
ahU'h K. Irky charitod John lloyUn
with liiaktiic au unpremeditated aa
sault on hi in In the saloon owned by
Ktilml, on MiO street.
.-Aertrdln to the stoiv nf the'Klalii.
HIRAM BEEBE SLAIN. IN nERCEWWTillA
up ana. hit him lth a rhslr. Tha
plrtlnlirr had a severe cut on the rich I
side of the head. alli'Ked lo le tha ro-
WHILE QNE WIELDS AN AXE THE
OTHER Dos" EXECUTION
WITH A CLUB.
His Brother In Jail Here With The
- - Charge of Manslaughter Placed
A serious affray, that ended "Iff" the
death of Urn m ' lteele and the liir.tr-
ceratlon of kelson UHle, a brother,
In the county jail, occurred at Monti
tain View, two miles from this city,
Wedm.lity nlifhi at ahout i o'clock.
Inrh focsDirClal poeltkm.
Taxh ahould acowiiMinT twdrt" where
DAILY PAPER A NEEDED AGENCY.
A recent Issue of the Saturday IVKt
had an article on "The Trlde of the! "Hie diid man was T5 years of ace
. i f. ...i.i- in .....i .n na 'n' nrotner wno is rnarpea who
Cltlca. Tha article In question treat- (ht, frm g . vry
ed largely of the benefits which have,rlfve rn physically and were known
come to many of our larce cities hard fishiers.
(Ireasetl tha wounds of -tha itiiulil
man. tad friends assisted him. .to his
ooudlii( houso and nut him to .bed.
"At the trial defendant plead tulUy.
PENCE IN THE ROAD.
CATARACT LOOOt ENJOYS A BAN
QUET WBONESDAY. EVENINQ
IN W. a W. HALL.
Caiaracl lxlsa No. Jit, Knlshis of
DlhUs. on Wedneailay, InalnJIett of
flcera for the ensiling year, as follows:
A. M. White. t t!.; WlllUni Hhannon.
V. t; W. Il.-'llarrlaon. ir..al; K. I
hlnimona, K It. anil 8 ; II. Tremtiath
M of K
Wcl.HMicUrafrs payable In other coun-
Irle.V. Wlunevcr yini have occasion
to send money to torelrjn land.n It will
pay you to .send It through J Ms bonk
The Bank of OfCgoa City
THE OLDEST BANK IN THE COUNTY V
. . :
tarl Hlmmons, M. of A ; W. II. tfmlih,
O. II ; llert llttxter. I. tl.
There waa an usually Urge attend'
While Jim Kahler and tluv Io4)olla
Main Street x
Supsrvisor Taylor Charges Fred
Lucht With Obstructing Highway.
There has 'been considerable con
troversy . out In Marquam between
tre l.ttcht and the road auiwrvlattr
relative to obstructing the highway, j member of the Hubbard K
ance, and much Intoreat taken In Ihlsiwere hatching Ml Mr iMlollaa ilai I ' tl.' u."Al' i.i' -
ineeilng. A bamiuet was served to In the mountains, east of therry vllle, . fjj W InP 1Y)V ;
Ihe inemliera whhh feature was In nd the. ground wss ioverel with SltllJ lllv flilf 4r
l..., .. fl...... t ..Al..u tk I . it ( . Mr . I. ..... ..it, I ... m. ..... I.k Iktf '' V
I mil p.. ii r. Mill I I, .rjlinilin, - fr. '.., . w . n.- , nin.
lieoriie Hoeye, t'harlea Mct'oeinlck, kllcbell door and ass shot, making j I'rtOUunrod bf many Ihe mmt aiili)n-
itu-hani tirtavrs ana r. u hlnrfmiin line sixonq ou in tnrew uas.
party Is unknown In business office of , through the work of
, we Butw iu lee. T ' ; T.niiil,oi snit the tfiluns the orii
Lml adverttelng at h-gal advrrtlsing , " r '
rates. Uations have been able-t-eeOmplih.
Onii adrertlslng snd spee'al transient! . , ...
adLin. .t somiku inoh. .-.i- The slory Is true to life as to the
Live Wire" or-' tVath was caused,' by Mow or
mows wrtn- a. lurve riiitt in the n.incl
ever made, whlrh la iiluuil i ...
" . ... .iiiia
.ever lxrore as mere a liner spread I tie iirin or anorusirano ami .uaa-1 ior iro eiuiimion looay.,
set here a gathering than on this oc I terson has sold their Block ami bust-! "Hu lluua t'.e W'my ISa atory ,ik
raalou. Juduo IL K.. DlmiiVslw iainrss'lo J Uudaar. of . Mottrmmin, ! , moisl-of how flrkle lfa "u'tjl
a iiiKtnlier of Ihe llulilianl hliluhla of trewn.. Mr Undsar lakea iMtaaMislon I .. . ... ... .. t
I. ....... . ... miuiii iiiv iiiriihi,!, - - ' 11 II H iMaMpiri iihni VMM nes Slid
V. K. Taylor, the supervisor in that . I'ythlita. but ho never falls ioait. nd nn away and honee to meet all of , , gllfl t ,. u raught by her husb.nd
,,Hmt mt. . fc k.. 1 . L a.J Jt Mlsfl-ai I I II aff it I It a TmsI Jitsl sfM tk asM tirttal. 1 I ha .lilt f 11 si f tl HI f r Si a till HI eft tl V tlMHf .(tlinst " a k . A a ..... a . . V
" .L" nrym imii'iii nun Pt'illllK 1 ' " - " - j - - - w - .j ihde b m llt UJT in IHIQII
In- to special condition, aw-riilng the i mruiy good things these civic oritan
K're' Sale" and Bankrupt Sale" sdv-r- j luttlons have accomplished; and the
tiaeeiK-ntB c inrn rirst inxnioni anoi
tlonai Ine-rtiona mm matter He Inch.
Nrws -ttems and wt1 wnttrn sxttct-s f ..hy." And the bneflts that hve
fif rnrit. wna in 11 1 1 i in nirai ivaiira.
L mm . M.Ik . -
.. .. ......i . . .. .. i u i i . . .. mi., i nni a i . i m.. in. iiui.iiiHiAiMr ni in. 11 1 1 1111 .a r .111 im ii.im in .iu.ui . .
- u . 1 " miliums; wires wiinin i . z ; -. uann scut in in I'en, nan kef ttiarri.
!,f y'i?,o''0. siif.tr-be Ner-onhi,, rad tniundafy on'the tlrll.l.lesj'veniiig All members resm.ndej to ten days, when the family X s.ttle mttw wf- ut,fB,hfu o1lm and laiZI
I'ralrle and Scott s Mill mail, anil nere irmanentiy. v. . i he ktl-J.er. hanker ronf.aa-a .
A. M White, who hus h'lil.aJI of Mrs M. warren and Mlaa Hally i..j T..-.i
Ilei'ly'. ' llirani as fouiiil Just oiltslde
the dHr to the small-collage which
the two men occupied tn Mountain
View. His nose was broken and. his
snvs that he refuses to remove t ties
me. line otticea or tne loone except t itan- warren were uregon city . visltota
Arilnit was huun In i.i.fi..u cellor t'otumaiider. had the honor be Weilnesday
t.... vl..kIN.It.. ....i...l ....1 lit.. ..... ' .. . , . . ... .
atorv la well told as to the "how" and , ...- - - --- sou s court Saturday, a warrant being I atoweti uian mm on tnis iccasion ann
story 18 wtu toiu as 10 me uu anu ..., when found. Nelson Heche I i .... I . ...... .1 ,1 1.. n,. ,.if ,,1 i'i,.i..l.
denies that he Is In the hl.hwav i lor Commaudi'r Mr. White madu a
went to the home of a neighbor after !
wlrt be gladly arerpt-d R-jected manu- j accstied In Chicago, Cleveland and f the fight was over llh a severe gash , ,,Micp the necessity to try the matter I -hort address, lie statetl all mcml-era
W Bv.mToUUCcrr..r'',rarn" V" h"h "rk m'la lht.r,hl-?,,ir, ?f.y h',('?.out in cvun an .e-Lhd J In lheih'uld assist the ofll.-ers In rklr.
led by stsmpa to prepay t'J. . . -wtt .n.t the n.teoma ha. n ln(llcled by If ram ith , r,,ht . i for the heneffl of the bulge, and that
... . . .wa thai iim said that he : . . n .... . ....i.i .1.. 1.1 .i,.i. .. ..ri... i...t
1 ...v . ii.i.... i . . . : . ' . . .. . voiisia-jie nrown mane serine or ' . .. . . ....... j-
ui.i.u .v. .... ... -, j nun tiir-im nan nirn uKiiiing anu the warranl yestertlay
Th siory Is absorbing, tha phidm
"I hn men working for Ihe govern-! r"l. M"-"w' " nctlng -,H.f
Infill meaaiirlllM' the rler fiotil Oregon
t'lty to IVrtlsnd are ranied at (lak
Thta ia Na 1. VoL 1. of the Morn- other cities, our own among the mini- he was the victor
in. Es.rn - 'h,. 1 At. the side of Jllfam was
tteorge r... Crane ... want a Ultoree -
from Jennie M. .Crane, who he saya be
married In YpstUntl. Mich", 00 June
29, 1ST9. He rhsrges Mrs Crane with '
railing him a liar lu public and ltb
sundry other acts unbecoming a'WIfeT
, At. io- 01 itirsm was tounn a JuwtU' Samson on his own reciig-
Th nuhlieatlon of a niornln. in.'- Hut there is one Dart of the story ( T . 7 " .. . 7 nuance .
r " , 1 ana nsir, suppoaea irom in evmence , , '.-
paper M Qregon city.ig attempted in tnat tne satin-nay roai isneu o piy j at bAni to hllve bef, used bT on.
the belief that thla city la blr enough up presumably from the fact that the On the rich! side of deceased wss an
and progressive enough to maintain J public haeicome to consider H a nat- i tie. also bloody, which the llvina
. Ulr. that th. hualnea. and ura. ,e,ueU la the gam. rt?
-profeaaJonal men. and the people of getting. This la the part that the ( fhe (Jt, of tTn, ,,,. ffftw wh,.h.the
Oregon CJty aad Clackamas County daily press In these cities played In door entered evas trampled and cut
tiant mmrk kvl nrt.t .nniwr . . w. r.t tha nimmui l?arh i nn with fooli'irlnta lhaf showed s des-
v .a," . .v.. . -a w-. 1 j-m . nerate encounter had taken place, and n' )l'.,r.
Bumv-wrunB hvuiig uu wui even ; city sposen 01 naa mrni I - - , .w..i .1M,i. . . 1 .
.aatingl, pI. for them and their .J t never let an opportunity 'Xn Zrr?
teres ta. . do rood to Ha home city pass, hence nrofuM.w wh,,n h apH.sred at the y. They wer married at WihhI-
It Is apparent that resldenu of thla the natural forgetfulnes when one nome 0f George Markfnnes, to ask aid hlirn Jnb 15. 19".. and she chsrg-
aecUoa are not content with the news eta out to tell how It happened. And and tell of the fight. j.es desertion Ihe following Seltemler.
of the efte and -... rA . .h. et. ht for those naoera there would 1 om the story of the survivor or Kr,ru ,H-rm.sion 10 assume
' . , . - - 1 ., .. ... , the battle It seems that Hiram met
one. a week. Something better la; be a different atory to tell, and the. . 6lW oa hl rf.,urB-fron1
demanded and It la natural that The 'account would not prove near 1 Oregon-City rrthe evening, aie In
Enterprise, the oldest newapaper In ' flowery. To the daily press la due a hand and spoiling for trouble. Nelson
the county.. aatabtUhsd la 1866,-and t Urge meaaure of credit for what haa says that the dead brother at once eet
one Of th. niW inr.m.1. In rr K, .mnliahd uP"n n,m una " n"a 10 ruu ur
ahould come to tha relief of the read-! The nam ia -rue of your own or-
Mrs (ii-ttrude Kiiehl was In Oregon
Cilv Tuesdsv on busltiesa
The llak lirove mlriWeiulit Asao-
a fli.ritiaill given him. Mr. While haa Imm-u a . elation inrl Thursdar eveiilns la
W hen arraigned Uicht was released i niember of the Knights of Pythias for tireen s hall.Oohn Nlsley presiding.
All Ihe sellings, InrNdlng lha
umN homo of Ihe clerk, the bsutl
Cut viMiliilm-ols of ihe bank. Ihe mag
niflreot Interior of the cashier's, man
sion and the nllnllary scenes dl
play rareful alientloa to detail.
Acted by the famous biegrah act
era, narlen Leonard and Jamee-Kirfc.
wood, who msd reputation on the
legitimate stage before th gay : of
mevisg picture. t'susl Sunday pel',
the pat :s years. , lie Is a charter ; Miss l.ry (iraham resigned as ae-r-
member of Almena Ijidge al Aliena. tary and J' 1 1. Ituller was elected to
Norton county, Kansaa, and has leen ,' fill the vacancy Using m the run
a member of 'the local organUallon down mnldtlon of the asam-latlon Ihe
for the pa( 10 ;'eara, always taking Tadvlauiy board will tiuU s DimmIiii n . --..... ..-.i .
an active Interest in thavre4fare of the a few days and xeirganle. i by I He (ilace also hay uata. wheat
order AUiut ;o yors ago he left K C. Warren was In ttregun City on : and apples, and ev-n 'rlln..i i,J
Kansas for Ojegon and a-ttled at -business tlday motnlng. from the t ler Crwek aawmtiL sad
lloaell I'ralrle. Marlon county. where jhn Nnler. of Dregon City, niend-; other lumtwr for building tme-
he llvisl for abuutalf years, after ed Ihe Improvemenl Assorlallon (1rat.J Munipowrfs -K-ket sswmlll
which he moved to tjervals. where Thursdsy evening aud gave a go.nl . Clackamas Mlver la sswlhg
he remained for four years, and then sddres to Iho few preseaL lumUr and Ihe tluiV-r Is being hauled
rsme lo tlregon City. . Mrs. le4olla and Mr. Payne left i U M fast aa ll Is sawed
riiuay nmrning for the leiuiia Tanco
ARTISANS iKSTALL OrFlCERS. near Cherry Hie
' her maiin name or Kenady. Mult
was filed in thf rtiirrnUlK sud' defend
ant refusing to "fight thecase decree
was granted the same day.
Hiram llartmsn plead igiltlty to
Mr; 0r.pha Andsrson 1 Mulir for
Ensuing lis Months.
. Uregon t'lly Asem1ly. No 7. I'nlt
rM"Artlsana, held Us Installation of of
fleers Thuradsy . night In Woodmen
llsll. aid Past Master Artisan V. A.
Miller IpataliiHl the following officers
Mrs. Urpha Anderson, master artisan;
Stanley Williams, suprrlntendent ;
Clara llurns. lnsiector; Mrs. Klirier
H, Ciaier. secretary: J A. Tuft,
treasurer; Hadle Eby, senior ronduc
lor; liura Korshner, mssler of rere '
(barley Italian started to haul ini.
I fo Ihe roads toward llHIand, so
the taxipla are a busy hara aa usual
rl-sj- rMday aftemiain the younc
As one of yoiir correspondents we ' peopl discussed the quest loo of
!(). to thank the Enterprise for ltajwhet,r or hot the negroew should
rhrerful greeting in memory of the j vote ' Thoao who - do not beMevw In -New
Year and. In return may we be j negro auffraae will have to aubmlt-;
allowed to wish for health, wealth and ! II. as the school dl-lrlrt her has this
pro-peril y to the genial editor and alt j quest in settled.
his employees and eaeclally -may Thd people are anilooaly waiting
t bene lie made manifest la thla year j for that electric railroad to put In an
of 1911, and may hla new venturt of ! apnea anew here.
a dally Enterprise prove surresaful j Tho queatloa of ron.lrurllng a dsn
bevond his esperlatlona. th Clarkamaa River at this plsre
The holidays M moil pasaHi off j la talked of again, and if ia hoped that
very quietly In this vicinity 'this time it Will o !.'
Th leaehiTB. Mini and Effle tlrsi-e. I Hlrawlrrl.a h.va hmmn In klmm
announcement of what they have done Tt la the beller of ftlendit that Hir- , with playing the confidence game on i.ooneiiow. instrucior. paw .aum.nn. attrncteu the Institute at Portland and - until recently, hut tha chlckena gut
and are still willing to do Nothing m Bebe waa Incensed that hla brolh-' those who would listen to him In this past master artisan - Dsear Woodfln' snl the remainder of Ihelr ecalloa ' Into Ihe natch and acralrhed up Ihe
ran take the nlac of aiive daill and ' "u "- " .- -"-.J - --- --- ' ,w "' "T . T' JlV" rii'vwnoiinti, ao aiUbol i sail, Jim imu.
' -Tnrrni-nini.Tm iiTim i .. mn t- arnmni pir nil iy JiHg. inn I n in n aiiiw
stealing a set of harness
I LI. ,.11 ..II. h.H...lna . K tl M r II llf III li,all I I. 1 l..
i j m ma iiiuunug iiii nun riuiui i v...... ,,. ...i iuit wi..
The nam la rue of your own or- n ht Seiaon . ne h,d never learned nathy, two mllea from this city. Krl-
lng public with a dally publication ganliation of "Uve WTrea." Without how to run and so he stayed and! day. Judge Campbell sentenced aim
issued every morning la tha week, j a daily paper to help In "putting thing fought. From the appearance of to two years In ihe fen for tha of
with the exception of Monday. I over much less can be accomplished I "ut have been dea- fense and h waa taken to Salera by
,. . . . ....... . . . . nerate, from the outset. Evidently Sheriff 51 ass. lira -downfall seem to
""rpn"1 ,u Iouna than If they have a live journal 10 aia ; NIlton h.d a cnanc(1 to tncutm had he : be chargeable to hi nse ormrrrphlnr monies j enttliicbfWty-rinnmr eon
timea fighting for, the welfare and 1 them, carrying forth to the world thei'Sfah- to retire from the' encounter !' James 1'urrle Klrkland. rhsrged ductor; lsUe, Hurke. wrdrrr It J
growth of Oregon City and Clackamas
County and their people. It aim will
be first of all to publish a newspaper
that will contain all of tha happen
ing that IU corn of writers and cor.
rall. ..h. I.. I.II.U I
.' , I V. la mnm In . mA lltnn I
- ) ta.the county, where
tT"l-4 U v -t.aed as a dally vria-
... - Hot. - ---y .j-
. This venture cannot expect to sue
- ceed without tha hearty and consist
.' cooperation of all the people of
thl community, and this we solicit
We want to keep la close touch with
- our readers, an we want them to
feel that w are publishing a daily
newapaper for them. We are after
' tha nersonal contact that will hrin. a
, . a ,
Next Thursday will be ihe-monthly
social meeting if the Artisans, and
Ihr. Oluisteivjl. supreme medical direc
tor, will rome. up from Portland, and
rred.-atltl ts-rcarnrhg Ihe primary grada al the .fhla year.
nothing can do the work It la cut out loons, and had come home drunk, and Campbell. His penrhant was posing
to do. that this led to the attack. as i f the Scotch nobility and borrow-
The "Live Wires" can accomplish ' A ,M,on Nelson Ileebe appeared ! Ing money.
. . ... m .,nr1 hl,f nnw and told of the fight nelghbora made Th.fMore IJndqulst. jrvf Mllwaukle.
v" " - n Investigation and seeing how mat Indicted on a charge of selling liquor ,
there la a daily at band for them to ten .tooj notified the proper offlcera-o-mlnora. pleaded guilty Erlday and
ua In exploiting the methods prom sheriff Mass, Coroner Fox and inder- . was sentenced by Judge Campbell to deliver an addreM An Interesting
ising big returns we can hope to see taker Holman were called to the scene. . py fine of $100. He via paroled. programme Is being arranged for ihe still occupies his tent aud receive Ihs
...t .-wt . m nlir little rltr with- as was also ir. tuan. ineLoroner; judge Campbell gave a parole lo E. occasion. beat of raro.
" ' ; having viewed the remain thev were W florxin-r ihe ttorinv inii-. nt ih. .
in the near future. gl--is in charge of the undertaker, the peare, who waa charged with em-
Long live the "Uve w ires. sheriff aecured his prisoner and he bczzlement. He was sentenced
Prosperity to The Morning Enter-1 waa at once taken to the county-jail, three years In the penitentiary.
No resistance was onereo; ne waa not
Hrown school house below New Era
also attended the institute and ram
to her father's home In thla place, re
turner! to her duties Monday Hbe I
attended the election of offcer In her i
own Orange at Erg Pnnd Hslunlay
Henry Klllgaon la m lieiler. II
OWIOHT BAIN ENDORSEO.
Commltts Appoinisd la Secure Mono
moot ta Velonteer Firmon,
MAPLE LANE ORANGE
.told of the death of bis brother and
The paasing or captain jonn .n. in.iocked ud to prevent further fight
Graham brings to mind the good old ' Ing.
dava of Willamette River steamhnat. i Coroner Fox empanelled a Jury and
better , understanding between the in, before th railroad, it I. nni- ! n Inquest waa held over the remain
publisher and those ha aerrea. ' ' .u . ' ot Hiram Bee be at 1:30 p. m. Thura-
iLr.M. , , , tfe wtk W that we recorded the day. An -x.minaton w. had of the
can this first number cloaely. I , dea,h ot Captain James Evan, of Can- witnesses .ummoned when, after due
It worth your while? Doe a dally Ik, siowlv but snrelv the sturdr old 1 deliberation, the following verdict waa
professed to believe that he was bo-.. a firm of Portland real estate deal-
era sued C. W. Crenshaw, of Clacki
newspaper in Oregon City mean some Hinr ntinia .....i.. il. rendered: "We find that deceased
mmg uj you, mrecuy or indirectly T I
maa Station, for commissions In a land
deal, which wss not put through.
Plaintiff rharged that the wife of de
fendant refused to sign fhe deed, af
ter the aale was made, and Justice
Ssmson gave verdict for plaintiff ln!jIr,n
tne sum or 1107 Frld
Dwlght Its In. assistant rblef of the
Oregon City fir department, was rri
day night endorsed for tha position
a numlM f sick at the I Of chief, b fountain lloaa Co. No. 1.
NSTALLS. Ji'me of Hlmon peiera. and Mlent pel-1 of which ha la a member. Tha fire-
eta la seriousl afflicted wltB dropsy, men also endorse.! Charlra Randen ft
new urricsr ran position ana lc- virs. nrink and Mrs Hi hatti are j fir comml.slifjier. The annual oloo-
iur nour is a ra. oetier.
Maple lne tirsnge. Patrons of fhrlaima day wa tha 1Mb anni-
Husbandry, Installed Its tiffkers Hat- versary of ihe marriage of Mr and I
unlay afternoon. Thn usual. flne Mr k Klllgaon. and friend re I
tlrange dinner waa served at noon, . wembered I hem with various present!
and the lecture hour waa a rare treat 1 " llvcr appropriate to the occasion.
Mrs. William Heard, bast master, wss ,r Aernl and wife attended tha aa
the Installing offlrer and the new of- "e.nihly of ihe Church of liod In East
flrlsls are: William Heard, master: I l'rtland a number of days, returning I
lewellen, overseer: Mrs. A. ' ,n,,lr borne Monday, very much re-1
freshed In body and mind. Mr. K el-
ay.. . U li 1 1 li I u r ImIhi.,. If I..
. i , . . . . , i u . . i . ,,i i n . r. 1 1 1 ma mini.
lierrr nuckner wedded Mrs Voorhla'.. . .. .. . . . . : i... ..,.i ... ....
m hi. Ho.ih imm . i,Ia. n ih. 1 . " . . .. ...". """'; iii'ory lo-aro. assistant " ' ii imnun,
er to th. MrhfSr ihn' rarttoln ! r . : . . . . . . ,w" 7-rs ago. mat mere nilgni M'li.tiril. III.. L-mm. tiai.L , Our rural Carriers l.mk a taeallun
ir.so. wa ahould ta glad to receive Gr.h,m w, emtA-rM .. n. : Ih -,! ' J.tli. ,rr.m'' T "" Mrs. Hl.nche Mams. Pomona. Mldao-day - "We w. bad gone
of the men who mm.l nraetteai known .-aha lurr.wa. eort.no.ed of "1.... 1. T' ' ""i '-rl Heater. Mora; A..J. wta, gate-, "' to tba dark aaa with no mall
...aL ;:"lM.,.r.'H,rrr nr.n.1.-,; Tr.ni. i-,' 1. . .. .. '", kefl-H-r; Mrs. O A. Hw.llow.Jad aa-,"" " hole days, but old aat tiara
u.iftiiuu aim wuo worseo wun ni r. . . . ' C ' ...'. , r'Tn " earn inuivruuaiiy. 10 put an ...nt ...,. Mr. u . ,,m.. i tell us Ihev uat m mmU . ...i.
; EaVaS: nZTr 14 rsj "jr"i?r? .M.". at j. jVe.;; , Ver . h.n; 1..; ;
. I ' m as-aisB 11 is l Tf-va ( wa mm .,La..l I
COOD ROADS ESSENTIAL TO PROS
Good roads are essential to pros
perity In a farming community. In
ao other section Is this more true
than in- Oregon in general and In
Clackamas county in r articular. ,
. In tha first place the soil lo this
county Is sack that while It wlU grow
whaling big crope It doa't abow to
good advantage la roads that are left
to "make themselves." And It seems
,-aa if Ha very richness waa what pra
vmucM ui possiDinty or the climate
ana natural eeqnence making its own
roads unaided by man. That being
the case our citizens must look to the
. road making.
i Our soil doesn't produce good road
fc unless something i added to tba sur
face to make the crown hard. Then
with the-abundance of rainfall this
surface is kept aoft unless new sur
face material la added. Ia addition
to thes facta I that other concern
ing the mildness of th winter, so
thnt tha farmer may market his crop
t any time, making It convenient
often to do this in the wlnter-Hhe
rjr season whoa abundant moisture
bands and brain.
Kplaon Rwih wka arrin vtA Ka fnr. - .1 1 1 . . , 1 . . .
One of tha first thin. . .innur , " " J auminisirainp 10 Close ner niOtner s
une or tne nrst thlngg a stranger Justice Ramvm Frldav afternoon the 1 ...... ;
asks for when coming to town JMibout : charge being manslaughter. When
the dally paper. If you have none arranged the prisoner manifested con
what wHl h. n..e ...,.- ri. aerat,ie uneasiness anq began
" - v. -w , a
m 1 wm .
irom smau tasiern towns sre lost . fn formality of the charge
without their little daily, ao If we re cut or Stlpp broke
to build this country up It behooves : ch
us to keep up a live little newspaper ;' P0"
to show to these opportunity seekers ! mRe,j
Chittenden. Otis A Nell). Portland
real estate dealers, were In Justice
Samson's court Frldsy with a claim
twin ma nai as ne sai ana waited ror i against C. W. Crenshsw. of ciarka.
NEW SOLA CIRCLE OFFICERS.
Women of Woodcraft Hold Installs
tion and Admit SI a Candidate.
Bola Circle. Women of Woodcraft. hr"rl 'f ,h rountry dwoller glad.
to Oregon City after Ihelr mall, and
perhapa get one letter and a weekly
pajer. whereaa carriers all over the
country at ihe present lima coma lad
n with dailies, magaxlnes, letters,
cards and everything to make tha
from the older 8tates.
maa f 1 1 r,n r,,,' mm. n. .1.-1
the newa of the ; salo of a nrotrtr for defendants The n",fl " W'tsllatlon of. offlcera Friday .."' " nm
rge to the old man as gently a claim act for-h was that Crenshaw nl"'"' Mr Viola Tate being the . i J1-" ciearea oir reaay ror ina spriug
lbi,e. Beebe took It philosophical- ted his protrty with plaintiff and '"ln officer. There waa an enter I ' ," '""' ,
nn I, ti ha . ...n Ha. K . a,.. .. . . ... lamina nMivlimm. -.... I j. ... I ; BinB II I ! 1 1 1 nil n. pi riM.n IPf ;
u.u -11- mat wnen sain was made, and deed . inmi-nra, wun i . . .. . .. . .V " ; r
the sorlousne of the occasion. ! made out. the if. nf d.fnd.ni " Canemah boys quartette, and com- wor" '?r lhe .els' brothers, who are
Fifteen years In the penitentiary Is Ihe hearing waa set for Monday at 10
not much for taking human l!fe, yet I o clock m- Bond wal f'-ed at 10.)0.
Curtis Helvey, who murdered George
Smith at Cams a few months ago, es
capes with that sentence Fifteen
years of servitude cannot bring back
Attorney mono appeared for Beeba. , fed to sign and defendant himself
After consulting among themselves ; repudiated the deal. Justice Samson
WITH OUR ADVERTISERS.
B Persistant and Progressive.
One of the most successful and at
the husband and father, who wa shot I ,he "m tlne progressive advertl
down by a hot-headed youth. Menclee In the Cnlted flutes I
;i . t m. i uuiiim ai rniiaaei-
Gladstone Is a real "coming" town.
With lu own Commercial Club, Its
right to exist as an Incorporated mo- many an advertiser baa taken
nlclpallty, and lu two stops within a
few hundred feet on the electric line,
the little city can show a spirit "ot go
ing after thing that might well be
emulated by larger plac.
Ti iee Big Shoe Specials
We have a nice lme of a r.uj
io that we wish to moyebflp r$ to get
the room for early spring ftbclc. X Nct5 this:-
, Boy $2.50 Shoes, VnaJe for hard wear " $ .GO
:.j Girl' $2.00 Shot, neat and perfect fittay 4g !
3. Cf rfS' of Mn, II. Cross
hUlxt ylvet Btrtton Shoe mtrst be seen
n Oiy Shcz Store
phia. Thl company baa taken a It
motto, "Keeping everlastingly at it."
mi i a suggestive mottn and
mean always having your advertise
ment before the buying public. There
is much in that Interpretation and
perhapa it is one of the meaning, of
me motto. But wa think that even
that supposition tells only half of the
story. Telling a good advertising
siory. tewing a good advertising story
nil the time, telling a good' advertla
i ing siory where It will be read, theaa
! ieaiures of successful advertising;
uut m.i i noi ail,
une wsnts to stud tha fl.M in
which his advertising matter is to ba
circulated, and as far aa possible on
should know the effect that certain
classes of advertising has on tha peo-
i wneo. in uregon city, and on
the irural routes around this city, peo
ple have cetrala personal peculiarities.
If wa only knew just what they ware,
and how they governed tha' people of
-uuth iney r a pan, we could writ
more Intelligently aa advertising crlb
bler. 1 One characteristic that seems
w sianu oui in hold relit Is th fact
that the people in and ground Oregon
tlty wish to have a story told them
mure than onca that yon must appeal
io tbem persistently If yo,, W0Uld
move them. That being the case it
is wis to repeat the same advertise
ment a time or two, o that Its strong
ma 7 ianv ueep rool.
Know yonr readers, tall them what
you wish them to know,; tell them In
""' ""T can understand, tell
-U--.U v-thtbi, itimsanniu you are
h-ard the evidence In the case and
reserved hla decision until Saturday,
January 28. Total claim la for I107.M.
Frank and Ernest Whitton, charged
with using obscene and profane lan
guage on the' public hlRhways a few
days ago, were given trlsl In Justice
Samson's court Frldsy. Evidence wss
very strong in' tha case but as the
offense charged was serious the Court
wlihbeld his decision until Saturday.
Sheriff Mass thinks his new Job Is
no sinecure. Ma baa been sheriff
tnree aays and ha. takeg three pris
oners to Salera.
Clyde Waldron. who haa Kmk Mr.
uousiy ill with typhoid fever, at his
noma on eighth and Washington
streets. Is mticb Improved.
Gladstone Council will hold Its first
meeting on Tuesday eveninc. In
Gaulta hall. Mayor Freytag will pre
aide and tha Interested citizens of the
pretty little village promise to attend
in numners io see their law-makers
Ic songs In costume, hv a ouariette
from Gladstone, composed of Mr. and
Mrs. Goodwin, Mrs. T. E. Onult and
victor Gault. Six candidates for mem
bershlp were Initiated and a tooth
noma nupper waa served. The follow
ing officers were Installed: Mrs
Mary Toban. past guardian; Luclnda
Freese, guardian neighbor; Josephine
.Dunn, advisor; Uiolla Erlckaorr.- at
tendant; Mra. Carrie N, Parker, clerk;
Mrs. May waldron. banker: Mra.
Laulna Walker, captain of the guard:
Mrs. Mstti Cannon, Inner sentinel:
Charles Morgan, outer aentlnet; Mrs.
jennie iietzei, musician
Go to Becrest's for that hot lunch-
successor to Lents, 610 Main street
certain they understand you thorough"
ly thst's the method whinh -m "
cure results In Oregon City and Clack
amas county. ,.
begin their duties.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ross have a
young son. mt. Ross will ba remem
bered in, Oregon City aa tha evange
listic singer wno wss here with Dan
snnnnon, m revivalist who held
series of meetings in the nni.
viiiirru iwo year ago.
Local carpenter wish to form a nn
ion in Oregon City and held at f-flft.
ferenee Friday, night In the office of
Clarence Bimmon. Th maximum
rale now paid to carpenters I I3.S0
ir a nine nour day. hut tha workmen
expect to obtain an eight
a, ,u. .. ..
. aniuv scale. . . t r
C. T. Crowler was called m in....
Saturday to assist In tha aettllna-
-uiiw in wnirn no figure aa m.
of the heirs. Tha case has been In
the tonrta some time, and there has
been quit a right over tha raai .w
prletorshlp, but th courts have final
ly decided in favor of Mr, Crowley and
Try Dunn for Cigars and Smokers'
Goods.- Next to Postofflce
Clsrfc. v. Howall gt or Monday.
Th suit of Mrs. H. L. U Clark et
al agalnat E. M. Howell, trustee et
al la sot for Monday In tha Circuit
Court- Howell holds property, con
sisting of about five fractional blocks
on the Ahernethy as trustee for him
self and the Clerks, and II la provided
In their agreement that if ona nsrtv
becomes dissatisfied ba may make a
Klv or take offer for tha Interest of
tha other. ,Tha Clarks contend that
Mr. Howell has not kept his a area-
moni ana have gon into court. J,
K. Hedge represents Howell, and r
p. A tk C. Latourette are attorneys
ht im marics
Dr. George Hoeve nniii r.
field Bldg,, Oregon City ,
Tha District Roimdarr noard wjit
meet Tuesday, January 17. to hear ap
llcatlons for ahanses In tha v..n.i..
ies, for the making of new districts,
and such oOier matters of importance
bs may ba brought to Its notioe.
fj& to Secrest'g for that hH lunch
tj.or to Lenta, 610 Main stf Mt
W Judging from tha number nf
Dr. Oeona Hoeve n.-n.t r-.li endlnt tha Clearance Rala at ih
improving their surroundings, and
making things mora convenient at
house and barn.
Mr. Namec spent a day at Mr. Stan-
gel's laat week.
Mr. and Mra. John Seedling and
daughter Eva made a New Year's call
at Mr. Gage's.
DAMASCUS AND ROCK CREEK.
There has been a number of dark
clouds floating over Damascus ihe last
wees, nut they have moat floaed away
and th bright sun ha appeared a few
times; all the farmer are busy as
u-uai mis nmn or year.
Christmas and New Years paased
away very quietly, every Ana receiv
ing soma present If onlv a nreaent nf
a Xmas and New Years card.
Mrs. M. Donlev save a Nave Taar'a
ainner. Those attending were: Frank
S'oll, Mrs. JJtllan Hunter and Mr. and
Mrs. Aionxo llunter. of Runnyslde.
i name Royer and family are all
sick with measles. We hope they will
Mr. Beth Young Is on tha slrV tl.
-- uh -.mo p-.ruy lost ner eya sight
We all wish her good health again so
sua may continue her good work.
' '. STONE.
The farmers of this a.il i.
been p owing up their farms to get
ready to plant farm nroduet. -A..
Htock baa been aatlnv v.... .i,
jaf - an wip
I loo of Ih firemen will b held tba
first Monday In March
Al Cos and John Osborne were ap
pointed a romsilttea 10 co-operate" la
the effort lo secure th erect Ion of a
monument to tba volunteer firemen,
and tha company want on record as
willing lo duplicate th subscription of
any- of ihe other companies. Grewn
rolnt Una Co haa already sulcrlhd
US aa a wadga towsrd raising an
amount sufficient lo building tba
monument, eel I mated at looo.
Will Improve His Herd
R. I. lladger, who Uvea near Heaver
Creek, has recently added a registered
Jersey bull lo his herd. Mr. lladger
take a great pride In hla hard and
added thl animal lo It la an effort
to Improve Ih strain. The bull la a
yearling from Wl D. Domes' hard at
McCoy, Oregon, and haa a long pedi
gree, hi registered name la Uly's
Mel Flggea snd ha la a eon of rrlnea
Mel rigges and a grandson of Ore v."
goo's Exile. Tha price paid waa 10d.
Great loads of potatoes r (.
will try te. asms esoh day's proarsm
through th medium of this paper.
Our picture will be shewn In tha best
passible manner. CLEAR, ftlQHTY
SUNDAY'S PROGr , I
.' '".'' '
"THE WISTIr.Ntrt'3 WAV."
o..rouR plush." : v
Htft Fl'ltrr HUHAND'S TURN"
," W.i.vv Vf L.M
No rovgh a--u en, cur las--y -
to cut ct ar.l irlst and aac.j
profanltir. fcr we ara oaraful la Irc
ing coiikra, e- .j ana hack banlj ii
"hlrts. Wa will ba plai to call ani
Set yoiir sample onfar and can aes-
you saOsfactlon deliver It, too, f?
enzecrj city L.u;.r. .;:
MAm AN3 THIRD ITHt:T v.
' frrieirt. Main tl ' r--
J ' f .:
field Bldg.. Oregon City. ' People's Btora, It must certainly be
. I success.
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