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benefit of low prloe.
Tho only dolly- nownpapor be
twoan Portland and Balem; elret-
laiee Irt ovary eectlon of Cfaeka-
jnae County, with a population of
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L. 1-No. 10
OUECION CIJY, OREGON, TilURSDAY, JANUARY 19; 1911.
Per Week. 10 Ce.vts
VY RAINFALL WASH ft OUT
r.r lleCAUBINO TONt OF
f AND DIRT TO FALL.
v. 1 j ' "" -
3 SOUTH TRAINS STALLED
f O W. P. Covorod With
r at Bavsral Points Be
twaan Haro and
Jly and aurruundlng country
I th grip of Ibo heaviest rain
It haa alruck here In many
tho laat 2 houra, i Inoboa
aa fallon. Tbo upper river
l from 63.8 fet-t to GS.l feet.
)cka will be cld thla after
t poaalbly thla morning. !(e
reaching thla rliy from every
bout the devaluating cfff-ctM
arm. Several email bridges
jrts bavo washed out un tho
l Pacific irarka north and
Orcaoii City, and one bridge
at Clackamaa HlatUm yeaur
loon. The track of tho Port
tay light A Tower Co. from
lioardman la under water.
I. are worst orf ihla lino be
cord - and Nlaley. On tbo
,ng Oregon City from port
o'clork Thursday afternoon
or over the forward motor
,ad oien, flooding the car
I aurnt of tho paaaougero a
; Klal cart forming a cbaln
s long were taken up Wed
ihl and placrd on Ibo Cane
Jl to - kwp It - from- getting .
Tire and'frelaht aheda of tho
Railway lJabl Power Co.
ltd end of tbe rliy were eud
Ddcd Wedneaday afternoon,
(lent watnr ruahlng down
aouth end road and through
tot pint the brltk mill Into
lette Klver It la not llktdyr
jbst conditions, In thla par
callty, will beromo worn
; are at preaint, aa long aa a
' the water can be provide.
Jge over the Madlaoa atreet
1 Kanaaa City Addition la In
jwa condition and baa been
l traffic. iVedn-eday night
Krancleoo Tuesday nlgt. tbo Shasta
Umlted, only got aa fur aa Malera and
started to return to Portland yeeter
day afternoon, for aeverai houra It
lay on- the track near Canemah but
finally pulled Into thla city altoilt 8
o'clock. It ran't get to Portland1 aa
theae llnea are being panned, but It la
hoped to make the Journey -before
morning, Investigation showed It to
be No. 13, luatoad of the Shasta Urn
No. IT, due at 1:04 laat evening,
from Portland, turned back when af
There l a waalunit at HaakVII, near '
Clackamaa, wt)J; promisee tbe 8. P.
repair-depart numf much work. No
train a can g-t to Portland from hero
until tbat U don?.
' WALKI.R QCT8 JUDGMENT.
While Judgment la Small tho Coota
Will Bo Heavy.
Tbo second chapter In tbo ronton
(Ion between Auguatua Walker and
John Houetarh waa tried out In the
Circuit Court In Portland the flrat of
tbo week. Tho caee began over a year
ago when Romeiach had Walker ar
rested on tho charge of eteallng hogs,
Tho eaao waa a f arcana a there waa
no evidence' to ahow a theft. When
tho caa. waa dlamlaeed - Walker - In
turn aued Hornet wh for false erreat,
placing the damage to hta character
at 120.000. After a hard fouaht rase
tho verdict waa given at 10 damagea,
1 lie coata are very buavy ao that with
a light judgment for damages tho pen
any for the faiao arroat win come
heavy on Kometach.
dallde of many tone of earth.Jjrfo, Cotton, granted
fea and atumpa, struck Jhe
.Ing of the structure, carry
.wo henta. and rendering the
unsafe. Tbe clr authorltlea
i ; . :
r coming down the hill paat the
i atreet atrpa played havoc
Mg electric light pole, and
a to throw It down, but a
ten made It faat and a watch
pt un It. -
ird of whnol dlrectora have
; night watchman at tho liar-
ttl building, where water haa
0 baaement coming from the
Ihe rear of tho building, and
in baa been atatloned at the
f bridge. Tho upper pulp
the grind era will be. abut
ly on tho Woat aldo of the
pleaa tho water aubaldea
ly will be practically laolat
M flood recede.
Ml evening tho Portland Rail
t tt Power Co. waa forced to
paancngcr traffic owing to
i north of tho city, and ran
A tho city aa far aa Jennlnga
libera Pacific Co. bad tralna
it night two tnllea aouth of
!ty, where No. 18 waa hold
fo. 17. eoiith bound, could
farther than tho car ahopa
fclrta of Portland
)tng It will bo found necea
e down the paper mllla on
of tho river. The big paper
1 which aro run by at earn,
t In operation, however.
n cauao of tho trouble on
' River, which makea tbo
the mllla here, cornea from
ter of the Clackamaa River,
. . very high. Hut unleaa It
to rain trouble from that
I be of ahort duration aa tho
I la a very awlft at ream and
Itaelf tmt., a flood In that
iroly Inallng over 18 or 10
BOARD MET TUESDAY
MANY MATT KM UP FOR DISCUS-
SION. ALL RCCCIVINO ATTCN
. TION- ADJOURNMENT.
Tho Dlatrclt Rtmndary Hoard met
In ihe county court room Tueaday
There waa a large attendance, many
of the achool dlatrlcta of tbo county
being repreacnted. There were many
petltlona acted noon, which were the
Pcrtilon to extend tbe weal lino of
dlatrlct No. toa. Oak drove, to the
center of Willamette rlverj-wae grant
Petition to detach larld by Naomi
II Hart for dlatrlct 103, Oak Grove,
attached to Dlatrlct No. 1, granted.
Petition to detach land portion of
Dlatrlct No. S8, EU wood, and to attach
"wy waa abroad
at left Portland
It the World
Petition of Dlatrlct No. 43. Mount
Pleaaant. waa granted, 'except that
portion of land owned by K. U Camp.
Petition to detach portion of I)ia
trlct No.-U, llorlng. to attach to Joint
dlatrlct No. 3 On. Orient, waa grante4
by Clackamaa county.
Petition to detach portion of dla
trlct No. I8,-ITnln, and to attach to
dlatrlct No. 77, Damaacua; granted
Petition to detach portion of dlatrlct
No. SI. Unn'a Mill, and attach to dla
trlct No. 27, Maple I.ne; granted.
Petition to detach portion of dlatrlct
No. Ill, South HlKhland, and attach
to dlatrlct No. S.I. Highland: granted.
Petition to divide Stafford dlatrlct
waa denied, tho petltlonera having
aaked.for Ihe petition to bo with
drawn. An adjourned meeting will bo bold
in tho county court room on Saturday,
January 31, at which time other mat
tera will bo brought up for dlacuaalon.
There will bo no other meeting after
that until November 7, when netttlona
creating new dlatrlcta will bo brought
op, or for dlvtalon of arbool dlatrlcta.
At tho meeting of Tueaday Conata
bla Oeorgo Drown, of thla city, waa
appointed truant officer of tho county,
and alao an order waa made to change
tho written docrlptlon of achool dla
trlct No 53, Clarkea. to conform with
tho plat. '.
DRUNK AND DI80RDCRLY.
Mra. Molllo Clark Given 60 Daya to
Mra. Molllo Clark, Yin Indian woman
who Uvea on the bluff, waa found In a
aadly intoxicated condition on tho
South Knd road, near tho Hawley
mllla, at a late hour Tueaday evening.
Officer E. I Shaw' placed her under
arreat but found U neceaaary to call
an exproaa wagon to JjUrSNier to tho
lockup. She waa ao drunk ahe could
not walk and lay In a Ifeap caring
nothing for tho heavy-rain falling at
the time. Mra. Clark waa wet and
In Record pt'b court Wedneaday
morning ahe waa aentenccd to BO daya
In the city prlann, tho charge being
drunk and dlaorderly.
will find no bettor bargalna
s can get right here during our
UK AT CLEAN UP SALE,
n llnea In tho world renowned
3.fi0 and $4.00 ahoea at 83.95.
I aulta and overcoata at. .110.(8
f L Syatom aulta and overcoata
Xectlon of etyio and tailoring,
xpoaltlon of unbeatable bar
(Jet buay; come In.
; Mot Like Othora
. Sth and Main Sta.
Will Vlalt Fraternal Brotherhood Frl-
Mra. Nellie Knlghty. aupremo vlce
prcatdent. of tho Fraternal Brother
hood, who haa com from Loe Angelea.
California, on a fraternal Tlalt to Ore
gon, will bo In thla city and addreaa
tho membera of thla organisation at
the meeting Friday evening. Mra.
Knlghty gave one of the main ad
droaaea at tbe banquet at the Hotel
Portland Monday evening, when aomo
of the membera of tho local organisa
PRESENT QUARTERS ARE INADE
QUATE TO INCREASED WORK
POSTMASTER RANDALL' SENDS DATA
Waahlngton Authorltlea Made Ao
qualntad With the Condltlona and '
Neada and the Probable
The IJve Wirea Tueaday dlactiaaed
at lengtb the need of a federal build
ing In Oregon City, and considerable
light waa thrown on tbo matter by
Poattnaatcr Randall, who aald bo bad
furntahed the poatofflco department
wtth flgtirea relative to tho coat of a
federal building .
It a alwaya the.dealre of tho de
partment to aocitre a alto within '800
feet of the railroad dciiot, aa thla car
rice with It the hauling of the niaJla
1S and from tho poatofflco by tho rail
road .company. Mr. Randall found
tbat a alte of about one-half block on
Main atreet would coat at leaat $23,000.
Tbe peculiar location of the bualneaa
aectlon of Oregon City, with but one
Main atreet, makea It Impracticable
to obtain a alte at a reaaonablo price.
Tbe dopartment 1a now paying a
monthly rental of $7S for quartera in
Ihe Odd Fellows building, and theae
are rather undesirable, tho front of
tbe building being given over to a real
eatato firm aud a tranafer company.
MRS. MOUNT ENTERTAINS.
Bldge Whist' Playsd Pratty Prfxee
, and Dainty . Luncheon.
Mra. Hugh B. Mount waa thehoatcaa
of a bridge party at ber home on Ninth
atreet near Main Wedneaday after
noon from I to 5 o'clock, her gueata
being tbo membera of tbe Wedneaday
Afternoon Bridge Club and a few In
vited friends. The. rooma were at
tractlvcly ducoraled In red carnations
and ferns. Tbo pilxce Wcro won by'
Mra. J. Nelson Winner, Mra. U A.
Morris and Mra. C. O. Laiourette. and
a dainty luncheon followed tho award
ing of tbo prlzoa. .
Thoao preaent were Mra. Charlea D.
UUoun-tte, Mra. NIcta Harlow Law
rence. Mra. Theodore W. Clark, Mra.
J. Nelson Winner, Mra. I A. Morris,
Mra. Kdward C- Baker, Mra. Erneat P,
Randa, Mra. l-na Charman, Mra. Hen-
drle, Mra. C. H. Mt-lsNiier, Mra. Leon
ard L. I'lckena. Mra. Kber A. Chap
man, Mra. Leslie L. Porter, Mra. E. T.
Avlaon, Mra- A. A- Price, Mra. Max
Hollack. Mlaa Marjorle Caufleld, Mlaa
Nell Caufleld. ' -
Madison Street Bridge Cloaad.
Tbo Madison atree bridge In the
Kanaaa City addition, was cloaed to
traffic Wednesday monlng by ihe
atreet auperlntendeni.'S-Tueaday night
a huge landslide, carfvinc -several tona
of dirt, crashed Into the bridge, knock
ing but two benta and damaging the
underpinning. The municipal depart
ment will make repairs immediately
and It la expected the bridge will be
opened 'to veblclca In a ahort time.
No Smoking to Be Allowed During
Tbo Gladstone City Council met in
regular session at the City Hall at
that place Tueaday evening at which
lime all councllmen were present, ex
cept F. 8 lUker, who waa In 8L Hel
ena on bualneaa.
The flrat ordinance passed by tbo
council waa the aettlng of the time
for tbe council meetlnga. thla to bo on
1 hearon(TTtJcada y-TTT'each'-Trront tr.f
tho meetlnga to commence at 7:30 p.
An ordinance waa paaaed fixing the
bonda of tho recorder, treaaurer and
marahall at $100. The bonda were
submitted to tho council and approved.
William Hammond la- tbe recorder;
K. Pardee, treaaurer: A. F. Parker,
An ordinance waa proponed by V.
A. Hurdoii to the effect tbat there be
no smoking allowed In tbo hall during
the meeting of the city council.
Other minor matters were discussed.
and will be brought up for further die-cueeloa-
at bo next regular. meeting.
FOR SANDY THEFT
H. M. DOUGLASS INTERESTED IN
SHOWING THAT HE WAS NOT .
AT FAULT. " -
E. VT. Keller and H. M. Keller, of
Sandy, were placed under" arreat In
Portland Tueaday on the charge of
larceny. They were operating a res
taurant for tbe past month and on
December 20 were accused of packing
up tbe allverware, which waa rented
property, and after robbing tbo atore
belonging to George Ketch, they loft
NOT HAVING MONEY.. TO PAY
DEBTS HE HANGS HIMSELF
Gon Chip.' a Chinaman of Wllaon-
vllle, hanged hlmaelf Tueaday after
noon. Coroner Fox waa called to hold
an Inqueat. Tho verdict waa that de
ceased camo to hm death by hanglnn.
tho Injury being Inflicted by hta own
hand- x -
Chip waa a conactentloua Chink and
believed tho theory of hla countrymen
that If one did not pay hla debta he
waa disgraced beyond redemption. Ho
waa working for II. C. Young and a
few daya ago drew $30 of hla wage.
Ho then made a visit to Portland
where ho purcbaaed a few preaenta
for Mr. Young'a children, aa waa hla
cuatom. Later he waa Induced to
gamble, and loot what money ho poa-
aeaaed. Tho New Tear In hla religion
drawing near, and ho not able to pay
hla debta, be took hla own lire.
Chin went to a email structure of
hla own and throwing a rope over a
beam swung hlmaelf free. Ho used
what la known aa a "Granny knot."
and la aald to have choked to death.
Chin leaves a wife and a aon and
daughter In China, whom he had never
brought to thla country. Ho waa be
tween 80 and CO yeara of age.
Olnnor In Honor of Son,
Mr. and Mra. fCharlea Eat, of the
Woat Side, gave 'a dinner at their
home Monday evening In honor of
their, aon, Henry, Tho evening waa
pent In a aoclal manner, and a moat
enjoyable time waa apent.
WORTHY PROMOTION. ,
Theodora Oamund Advanced, to Pool
.- tlon of Seoretary-Treaaurer.
' Theodore Oamund waa last Monday
elected aecrotary and troaaoror of the
Hawley Pulp A Paper Co. at tho an
nual meeting of the corporation. Mr.
Oamund, who succeeds R, B. Ryan,
haa been connected with the company
alaco Ita corporation and waa for many
yeara In tho office of tho Crown-Columbia
Pulp V Paper Company. Ho
haa hundroda of friends In Oregon
City to rojolco at hla promotion. ,
IIGII SCHOOL BOYS
PROMISE FAST WORK
FIFTEEN STUDENTS WILLING TO
. DON SUIT AND TRAIN FOR
, SUMMER MEETS...
Students of tho Oregon City high
achool aro looking forward, to tho
track and field jiporV that, will Boon
commence. Joe Sheahan' haa boon
elected captain of tho track team and
Harold Smith manager. Fifteen atud
enta have algntfted a desire to ret Into
aulta, and tho achool haa aomo excell
ent materia). Captain Sheahan la one
of tho faateat apelntera and" hurdlers
In acholaatlo circles In tho northwest
Croaa haa done ftno work In tho 320,
and Graven In the hurdlea and long
distance aprlnta. Baker will develop
for tho weight events, and Patera la i
new man who promlaea well.
Tho team haa been invited' to enter
tho coming meeta, tho flrat being aa
Indoor meet at Columbia Univeralty
April 7, followed by meeta at tho Uni
veralty of Oregon May H and 13, and
tho Oregon Agricultural Collage May
18 and SQ. ...Proapecta wore never
brighter at tho high school for a auo
ceaaful season In athletics. , .
8earch waa instituted and Tueaday
the accueed were found In Portland
and put under arreat. Part of the
atolen property waa found In tbo room
where the young men were atopplng.
Tho allverware taken waa valued at
$30 and the good a taken from Ketch'a
atore at $C0. H. M. Dougtaaa a wore
to tho warrant.
Officer Brown wont to. Portland
Wedneaday morning and brought the
prisoners to this place where they
were arraigned in Justice Samaon'a
court and accused of the theft. Sam
eon placed the bond of E. W. Keller
at I&00 and that of 1L M. Keller at
$100. Not being able to give bond
thy wore sent to Jail to await trial,
which la aet for Friday, January 27.
Tho young,, men agea 34 and 19
respectively came to thla country
from the East. E. W." Keller admlta
that ho haa been arreated before, that
he waa aent to the reformatory for
larceny In Colorado, and that bo waa
arreated for drunkeneaa and aentenced
to alx daya.
Tho younger brother aeema to be a
bright young man and declarea he Is
not guilty In the matter. Tho caae
look a bad for the young men. IL M.
Douglaaa waa accueed of tbo theft by
Mr. Ketch and ho la taking an active
part In tho attempt to convict the
guilty part lea ao aa to make it evident
that he could not have been guilty.
STATE AID ASKED
FOR ROAD MAKING
CAMPAIGN FOR BETTER HIGH
' WAYS TO COVER PERIOD OF
COUNTY COURT TO DES1CNATE ROADS
Improvement Must Be Begun Within
L. Two Yea re From Passage of
. ' Act.
ASSESSOR IN HOT WATER.
Uncertain Aa to How Ho Should Di
County Assessor J. E. Jack la In
doubt aa to the division of tho assess
ment of corporation property In Clack
amaa county. The atate tax com
mission reported 894 mllee of wire be
longing to tho Portland Railway Light
k Power Co. Thla la yalued at $840
per mile, making a total valuation of
$498.ftfiO, but In the mi lea (re la em
braced the valuation of other property
of tho company.
There la no way to determine how
to aegregate tbo asaesament Into the
scores of achool and road dlatrlcta and
tho Aaaeasor'a office will have to find
aomo way out of tbe difficulty that the
commission haa plunged them Into. ..
Bring thla ad and wo will tell yon
how to get a sample, of thla tho
LATEST AND BEST.;.,
One Dyo For All Good a
Ten Centa Per Package "
We Fill All Drog Wants
V A Foil Una of
A. D. S. Remedies
Proacrlptlona and Family Receipts
Filled With Pure Drugs. '
Quality and Prlcea Right.
CHARHIAN & Co,
City Drug Store.
Nott Door 'to Elec trio Hotel
Pactflo Phono is ' ' Homo Phono 43
- An effort la being put forth to pro
vide State aid to tbo counties for road
building. A bill wMh that in view
baa beetf Introduced Into tho legtaUv
ture. we print tbe teit below:
Section 1. There la hereby appro
priated tbo sum of $680,000 to bo used
aa provided for In thla act, one-half of
hlch ehall bo available in tbo year
1811 and tbo remainder in tbo year
Section t. Each county, a now or
ganized In thla atate, ahall be entitled
to receive $10,000 of tbo money appro
priated by Section one of thla Act for
tho year 1811, and $10,000 for the year
1313, to be used in the construction of
permanent roads In that county aa pro
vlded In thla act
Section 3. Whenever any county
ahall dealre to accept tho money as
mentioned In aectlon two of thia act
it ahall provide and make available aa
needed, a fund of $30,000 to be uaed
with the $5,000 mentioned In aectlon
two for the construction of a perma
nent road In that county. After hav
inr ao provided ouch fund tho county
court ahall select the particular loca
tinn of tho road to be constructed and
shall designate tho place, of beginning
and definitely describe tho location ol
the road, all of which ahall be entered
on tbe Journal of the court. Such
road ahall begin at one of tbe principal
market placea In the county or ahall
connect with a permanent road lead
ing to auch place, and shall bo ao locat
ed aa that when constructed, aa herein
vlded. it will constitute one oT the
Itrrra'reTgtrriBadarTO'thg place from
whence it atarta.
SeAlpn 4. All roads conatrncted nn
def the provlslona of this act ahall be
constructed by and under the exclua-
Ive direction and control' of tbe state
Highway Commissioner. Whenever
the county court ahall have compiled
wtth the reaulrementa of aectlon three
of thla act It shall notify the'Com;
mlaaloner of tbat fact and at tho same
time render him assurance that if haa
or will procure when needed auch ma
chinery, tool a and tppllancea aa tney
may determine will be needed In the
construction of auch road.- but no pan
of tho fund of $30,000 mentioned In
aectlon three of thla act ahall bo uaed
for tbe purchase of machinery, toola
or appliancea or for any other purpose
than the construction of such road.
Necessary engineering and supervision
work ahall be deemed conatructlon.
Aa aoon aa the Commissioner ahall be
satisfied that the county court haa
complied with the requlrementa of
aectlona three and four of thla act ne
ahall comenco the conatructlon of auch
road at the place of beginning thereof
aa designated by the county court and
proceed with auch construction aa ex
peditiously aa possible. Aa the work
of conatructlon proceeda the coat
thereof ahall be paid aa follows: At
tho end of each calendar month, or
oftener, In tho discretion of the Com
missioner, he ahall prepare an Item
ized atateroent In triplicate showing
the amounta duo on account of the con
atructlon of auch road and the persona
to whom It 1b owing. One of theae
Btatementa of account ahall be deliv
ered to the county court one to the
Secretary of State, and the other he
ahall keep on file aa a part of tho rec
ords of hla office. Aa soon aa the
county court receives auch statement
of account It ahall cause warrant a to
bo drawn according to such statement
for C6 2-3 per cent thereof, and aa Boon
as the Secretary of State ahall receive
auch atatement of account be shall in
tho same manner draw warrants upon
the State Treasurer for 33 1-3 per cent
thereof, and In thla way shall such
payments proceed until $30,000 ahall
have been expended.
Soctlon 5. All roada constructed
under the provlslona of thla act shall
be constructed according to tho best
and most scientific methods, and ao
k to make them as durable and per-
jnanent aa possible, and no part of
auch road shall bo constructed upon
greater grade than seven per cent ex
cept by direction of tho State Highway
Section 8. If any road, or any part
thereof, constructed under , tho pro
vlslona of thla act shall bo constructed
by contract specifications showing
whst is to be Included In any- auch
contract ao aa to enable any one of
ordinary understanding In such mat
ters to understand the same ahall be
prepared in duplicate, one of which
ahall bo delivered to the county court
and the other ahall be kept on file by
tho Commissioner aa a .part of the
recorda of his office, and both of
which ahall be open to the Inspection
of prospective bidders. After tho pre
paration of auch specifications notice
inviting blda according to auch apect
ricatlona ahall bo printed for at leaat
two weoka In two newapapere printed
In-the county, or If there la but one
auch paper then In It, and alao by post
ing one copy of such notice, at the
court house door.. All bida ahall bo
publicly opened by tho Oommlaaloner
at tho ofloe of tho county Judge, or at
auch other .room in tho court house as
may be designated In tho advertise
ment for bids, at such time as may bo
specified In such advertisement The
contract shall bo awarded to tho low
eat reapdriaiblo bidder, but, other
things bAlng equal. -oltliene of the
county shall bo preferred. The coun
ty In which tho work Is done shall
have tho right to bid and tho Com-
tnlsatoner may reject any and all blda.
Section 7. Whenever any worlt la
done under tho provlslona of thla act
other tban by contract, cltfzena of the
eoanty ahall bo Riven preference as
far aa Is reasonably possible.
Section 8. Any county which' does'
not take advantage of tho prorlatona
or tbla act during tho year 1311 may
use its entire allotment under thla act
during the year 1913, and In that event
tbo work of conatructlon ahall proceed
aa provided by aectlon four of this act
until 100,000 abail have been expended.
Section .' Whenever tho conatruc
tlon of any road under tho provisions
of this act ahall have been began dur
ing the year 1311 such construction
shall proceed untfl completion without
reference to whether It ahall be com
pleted In that year and' tbo aame
course shall be pursued aa to work bo
begun In the year 1813. Any county
which docs not take advantage of tbe
provlaiona of thla act before the end
of tho year 1913 ahall forfeit all rlgnta
to any of tho money appropriated by
Alderman Failed to Reach Hare. '
The acheduled talk of L. R. Alder
man, atate superintendent of public
Instruction,, to tbo students of tho
high achool yesterday morning, did
not take place aa Mr. Alderman waa
unable to reach Oregon City because
of a waahoot near 8alem on tbo South
ern Pacific tracks. He will talk later
In tbe achool year- C. E. Spence, mas
ter of the gtate Grange, is slated to
talk to the students Friday morning.
NUMBER AND VALUES "
COUNTY LIVE STOCK
DR. W. S. ETJDY MAKES COMPILA
TION FOR U. 8. DEPARTMENT
C ' OF AGRICULTURE
PLANNING FOR A
PORTLAND, MARCH 20, 21 AND 22,
ARC THE PLACE AND DATES
TO HAVE EDUCATIONAL SKKmiXE
Prlzaa for Best Stock and No Admis
sion Charge to tho Show Loe
turaa By Competent .
Dr. W. S. Eddy, secretary of the state
board of veterinary Burgeons, haa com
piled for tho United 8tatea department
of agriculture an approximate list and
valuation of tbo livestock In Clacka-maa-'county.
He reports 7250 horses of all agea.
Including colts, with a value of 340
the first year, $75 the second year and
$100 tbe third year. The average val
ue at all ages ia placed at $150. There
are 1500 colta In tbo county, and 350
mules, with an average- value of $200,'
giving a valuation t)f $50 for the first
yearr889- for- the-eeeonaVOBflV $118 tot
the third. Dr. Eddy find a 3500 calves,
with an average value of $30, report
ing a valuation of 110 for the first
year, $15 for tne second and $22 for
tho third. There are 5000 Jambs In
Clackamaa, and 15.000 sheep. Includ
ing lambs, with an average value at all
ages of $4. The. number of awlno
totala.COOO. with an average value at
all ages of $14, estimating the value
the .first year at $10 and for the two
succeeding years at $15.
Portland will have a fat stock show
March 20, 21 and 21 Tbe affair will
be of tbo same nature as similar
shows held In tho packing centers of
the Middle West and It Is expected to
develop Into a great aid to livestock
growing, creating Interest in tho In
dustry -and apreadlng Information
broadcast aa - to methods followed
with tbe moat Hucceaa. -
There will be handsome prizes of
fered for the best stock, and entries
will close March 20. There- will be no
admission charge to the ahow and It
la believed It will be one of tho best
possible waya to educate tho farmers
of tbe Pacific Northwest to 'become
stockralaers. Lectures will bo given
hy comnetent authorities on tbo sub
vert of fattenfng stock and conditions
thoufrhout the territory from which
tho Portland livestock market gets Its
sapplies will bo considered. ;,.
The show ha the backing of both
tbe Hill and Harriman systems and
prominent livestock' andi packing In
terests axo lending their full support
Filtering Plant foe Willamette.
A filtering plant is to be Installed
in the High School building of Will
amette, and upon Ha arrival from the-'
Eaat, - which will probably bo next''
week. will, be Installed by W ,11.
Howell, superintendent of tho Oregon
City works. This has been greatly
needed for some time aa there waa a
great deal of sickness in that vicinity
Uot year nd- It Is .presumed. rlglnaiv
ed from the water. i v
Charged With Begging While Drunk,
-e; CrArmstrong,' who balls from
Portland, waa found begging on the
streets ..Tuesday, -being In an Intoxi
cated condition. Chief of Pollen Shaw
took him In tow and locked him up In
tho city prison till auch time as be
should sober up. Wednesday he was
taken before Recorder Btipp and given
a sentence of 30 daya tn Jail.
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