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0M CITY. ORSCOa. .
C K. BROOIS, Edltoe Ad Pbilaber.
ApeMrat1a.pa4e tr am
fa at tW tMMafTtoe
. wxtrr tae Art f
March . !.". , '
Pm Trar. by Mull ..
tut Jlwk Ay atafl
rwr Moat Mi. er Ml
Ftrvtrac. par BvrA addea' aaaa
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eoattfca asur - pak
TTrn4 Mtui ur sw. see
tea -r..... v'f
an paptr wmt man nra pat i
run Iiimihu II f
jJZt .7..TT ae'tM. rm BAivralfr am tbat It It
" Hh; to WUr "r.f, wtxmg lo U ,r. tf lb prl-
Wuta Knr Kale. Ta Ret
4ailr. tr Kwww ah mrt T-.ar
tor tae weeklr- "era lhe,aJeenaent
la tranaferfva tnm th aaJW la Ihe ee-
Ir. wMaoat ehaaa.' the ra will be
aa lark lor na o the paper. Aa4 I te aa
lacti tor apertai poattioa.
Cask aawld acOHapaar orarr-mn-
parte la nakaowa fea
I ..1 uhwtMM at
ImU atfreetatlnc i
Oma aaVentetao and rpectel truaienl
aoVartMao at Sbe i Me aa laca. axr4- J
few ta apecial ooadltiaBa rerBln ia
-Fwa tale- aa4 Mnkrapt ale- aJrer-
Maeaaeaia feVc lack tin, taaprtraa. Vl1-
llnui taa.rOoaa aaaa autter 3tc lacA. . i
Krara Iteau Ba4 aeU wrHte
rnh tatermf to
aria a M!t aerepteal feMcted
arrlpts aeear maraed aalaa accoaapaa
; ; : :
To tntrodnco Tno Moraine.
Eaterprteo Into a Iatco irfAjor
try of tbo none In Oregon
Ctty nnd Clacaamai eooaty tbf
amanaxeeat kAS . decided to
amako a a pedal prko for tbo d
Ally la a. for a abort time
only, vboro tbo anbocrlbor pay a
year ta ad ranee.
--- Br enrrtor. paid a year in
By mall, paid a rear in Ad
POOplO WbO (ATB OVT CAnrAO-
. ser a trial ubacripUo. for ooe wlraAire one central banklnc Industry.
rof Btof.Bl ten eenta a e j
. e ween, cab nave tea AAiiy oeiie-
ered for a rear for tXM by -'
. e pnytnr a year ta adraace.
' .People a bo gave oor cAavAA
'. air a trial subscription, by
d mail, for foor naontka at a dol-
' far, may bare tbe paper for a
year for $100. If paid a year ia
8aberribera to tbe Weekly
e) - Eatarpriae -may ckange - tbeir-
rabacriptions to tbe daily, re
eel ring- credit for kalf time) on'
tbo daily that the weekly la
paid ia adraace. When they
ckooae to add cask to tbe ad
vance payment eqoal to a fall
roAra ad ranee payment they
may Uke Ad r as tag e of tke II
We make thla apecial price
no that poopio wbo hare paid
ela Advance oa some other daily
and wish to take tke Morning'
- Enterprise, may do so without
too great expense.
' Tke proposed bill to transfer tbe
eoQectloa of taxes from tbe sheriff to
tke treasurer met witk indefinite ;oet
ponement ia tke Senate Tuesday. Evi
dently tke SeoAtors believe In letting
well enoogk alone
A young man la Jail At Vancouver
Asked tke Sheriff to let him stay tbe
rest of tke winter. It waa so mock
easier to get on tkaa out in the world.
AH of which is not very complimen
tary to oar civilization.
May Yoke, nt one time a brilliant
star ia tke theatrical world, say tbAt
she bsngled ker matrimonial career.
Aad if red seed to tke last AnsJysls
ooe would likely find that she waa
Assisted la tbe bungling by tbe bed
training of her eArly years, or tke
over .developed Ambitions that so oft-
- em eater into tke Uvea of people who
make a success in one thing and reach
out too far in an effort to satiety An
Ambitions longing to shine before the
world. -"."' 'rC.'
Tbe people of Oregon kad thirty
two bills oa their ballot Uat fall for
conscientious decision. Friends of tbe
old way kad mack to aay relative to
lack of time for tke people to prop-
- erly decide. But la tbe Senate And
Hoase tbere were fifty bills put Into
tke hopper within tea minutes Tues
day. Tke bAllot was somewhat cum
bersome at tbe late ejection, wtrt It
looks a if tbe people had aooat aa
much show to decide rigut wltk a big
ballot aa tke people's representative
win wltk a multiplicity f bUlar
Tkere are beakers wbo probably
: know tke gam of banking, and are
aonest men ana good ettlxeus. But
. tbe business of banking is one calcu
lated to make ewe) a trine kard senti
mentally; to mAk one a conservative
' of te conservatives. Hence It la not
to be wondered at that a convention
of bankers would land! Caaaoa aad
berate Roosevelt. A msa who ha
madd his pile playing close) to tke
, Interest" eaahloa la hardly tbe man
to leglslste fqr the people he da
not be dishonest, but, he la likely to
te biAseo. ,
If you lose
'i - - " "."' i . ,
Try a few User ht oar ckeay eelama;
tkey amy find It foTfew, .
' BANKING TRUST PROBABLE.
Canno to tke front with a
KkrM I centra tlte the bank aad
banking immtt. Thta seems bet
asotker aJaa to eeAtrsnse power. And
to rake off huger dividend. , And It
U not eertala tkat tke better men
Interested Im baaklag are U sympatky
with tbe wwnl-" :
' The steel men were aof n Ito'er
ested In .the 1sttc truat that was
organised few rr ago. P"' rather
iithaB bo aouee.ed seme o tbmeo-
r ... . '' .... i il
other toU their Interests oatngai.
Th Is probably the way thing
work W case avw . --""
trust formed. Men who o not m
; pathlae villi the awreaveat, and pre-
,v .. aov -Vlll' bo forced to
in - - -
in IK valL And
rlnla nnrlytn tbo propoaltioo, U
from lio fact tbat ,b. poop.
f-uh them P
' tM.()oB wkea tr to o rlKBt.
I . f, Hekt
I And ar ftady to aland for IbO Hint.
!,. mm .Uotr lb OTanUr to
. w"1 v ....j
; aqaeoao them la cao tbat br aano
m - . . fc to lrt
! v. aiul A.t Inla la A' war
m nromoto tbolr tntereota.
aro aboot rif bt.
Tinra karo pmoo to a rrotty P
aBen BSe wkO Ub to Ottod tor tbo
. - , j. tarret -fnr tboA wbo
rlgkt are DAdO A tArfej T "
" axe to rrlnS. ani isTena m
force rood Bten to tnm ibe atone for
: tbetn. And tbo kaa wbo aoef tbat it
l a leucine ffcnt to tAd ont for
riAafwkon ooJy bit nitb!or mt
wnt and knowinr tbat tbo f.bt la
1 to bo diaAStroot to bimae'.fr-ranoot bo
bUmod -ff ko. oretn tie end At tbo
ootset tAkeo tbo noceoaary '? to
aaro tb Acrmnolattona f yoara to
hlnwelf nnd family,
i Tbo twwblo U ltk tbo irate it
v rrmit tboao on nlander bent to-
forth to conquer ana wo ratae no
band In proteat If It Vxbt to at At If
i the other fellow's ox waa tb one cer- j
i tain to bo gored.
At tbla time It kk aa If tbere wta
tO DO A ENirnrui vm "
if tbatTa tbe ptAn. nnd It naa auch
I men as Morgan. Rockefeller, Cannon
and Carnegie back of It, one may be
certAla tbAt the smAll. honest nanatr
will either do aa be la told, or Be will
be crushed with scant peremotfy.
. - wot ,
Tke State Senate kas adopted a
resolution forbidding tmoklng on tbe
Door during A session. All of wbick
goes to sbow that men asajlttle more
than boys grown up. for if tbey were
ell real men tbere would be no smok
ing during business hour, resolution
or no resolution. ,
X ROSENBERG ON TRIAL
HER MURDER. IN THE
The case of Dr. J. J. Rosenberg, of
Portland, charged wltk first degree
murder in tbe deatb of Vera Hall, of
tbla city, on wkose person It is
charged be performed a criminal op
eration, waa on trial in Portland Tues
day And Wednesday. From the tactic
of the Attorneys for Rosenberg It Is
believed tbat tbe defense will rest In
points of law.
Lawyers for tbe defense claim that
the sutement of the prosecuting offi-
;cer does not Agree with the Indictment
Tne state s Attorney ciaima ne wui
prove tbAt Dr. Rosen oerg gsve nis
victim. Miss Hall, ekloroform for tbe
purpose -Of performing A criminal op
Attorneys for tbe defense aay that
tbe prosecution, under the indictment.
mar not introduce evidence wnicn
doe not tend to prove premeditation.
FttzgerAld Answers the contention
wltk tke' statement tbat first degree
murder Implies tbe lesser charges of
second degree and manslaughter.
Many jurors were dismissed before
twelve men could be round to auit
both parties to tbe contention. Tbe
12 men wbo will try Rosenberg are:
J. P. Montag. E. P. Armstrong, R. H.
Ringbam. M. M. Donoboe, August
Eacble, R. Shannon, A. E. Cole,
Charles Z. Delaet, T. M. Ptiter. H. W.
Sltton, W. E. Reed and J. U 811pp.
J. E Hedges is one of tbe attorneys
for tbe defense. -
All the Local companies In Line for
Twelve men hsve been appointed
from the membership of the tlx fire
companies tn Oregon City to Uke
charge of tbe proposal to erect a vol
unteer firemen's monument; and the
companies have each pledged tbelr
earnest support and have appropriated
$25 towArd the fund, making a totAl
w.j.v. mil noaa us. no
Tuesdsy night and named W. A. Long
and O. ErtckAon as tts committee.
Ia tbe near future tbe committee of
II win hold a meeting to make definite
e-n. I DO lOllOWUlg Ofncers Of Hill
"e -o- were elected Tuesday night-
Oscar Mlaor. tM-aaManf H...ow.:'
V,TitTiV- ' Godfrey.
ecretary; a. a rhanmaa ir.......
fWN'If.r: tor,mn: Joeeph My era'
"ret s sal aunt: Rin.a, ua.i.
second saal.unt " "
I- O. O. F. Bffleara 1...-
Deputy Grand Chler P.t...v -
CUrk mstsiled the officers of Pall.
EncAmpment Ra 4. ia the L O. O. F.
HaII Tuesday evealne. T
dates ware exalted to the mi .
degree. After . which luarK.
aerred. There was a Urge attendance
following All Business a awrf.i
uina was enjoyed.
- FnterUlnmant Satuedav vi.lM
Two clasees la the Chriatlaa
...luwj sit j . ... . r
uimwods win nva a
and dramatic entertainment la Oault's
hi' ?,.8inr'Uy Home ui-
".""iwfl by mends Iron
Abroad And It la promised that a good
time will be given to pAtrona7
WOT TO If ID
"." EAGLE CREEK.
Tbo now almost " " '
agata raJalng. Ho webloeteta like the
rata better lhaa saow. aaywav, im
so Are glad tbo imi disappearing.
' Tker ke beee a od oral of Wh-
e,m it past too ir three pee-as.
coMa. ctp, but no w Ibla tbo
irk rapidly rocoror. ainoo tbo
rata baa umbo atara..
Mtaa.laora Cbaranan. wbo w tbo
moat of ber aialef. Krt P. a Cib.
for a rt to FOitlaod Ul
vl a a '.ii
J. r Voodlo'aa oVr tfala ay UU
Mr. and Mra. CbarVro Mnky and
rklldrra.-Mla Veda, aad rorry. apeoi
Snada with Mr. aad Mra AWi IUker
Mr. and Mra. Ray Wood! ailed on
Mr. and Mra. R. a CI boon Sandar of-
ternoon. ' -
Yed HofTrae(trr butchered oomo
!htf ooo da lat aeoa. .
Tbo rond Aa covered' tb alt
Isrbee or w wblrb went off ettb
tbe rain Monday nibt
Matt Kandle and aaKlrtua. of
HlKbland. aere. to their rancb la the
ft bl!! last ThuraJay and rrouitht
bowe their tattle on account of tbe
Mr. tlendern and dauthr. Mra.
U ValWn. of ETnwd. were callere-nrj
V iWT OA ia( .Mooua.
- . . .i i
Mr.' J. pVhieae. of narke..ae
tMltisc At J. rMtt'a last Sundae
Frank Robtin and Ouat vWt'rt
bre retarned from tfceir baetinc trip
to tbe aeoootalna.
Mr and Mra Freeaian And cbildren.
of El wood, were trislttna wKb Grand an
Pt ai VlxoflulAAt .rrKlar. : '
Mr. Anne waa A bnaineaa tiaitor in
Afrer a abort lay-off on accost of
the anow Walter Gorbett la ajain boay
hcin with a crew of men
Mlaa Artene Mink, the teacher of
arbool diatrlct No. W. i on the alca
Witt Jamee. oor blackamltb. la dln
prette food huaineaa.
Mr. and Mm. U Elliott, of Elmond.
were-tialtine erttfeptn. and Mr. Cat I
Stromcren nt Colton Sunday.
J. putt aa at Clarke on bnaineaa
frank Robinson And Oust t.ouourg
are down with the nteasle
E. Undstrom Is working for t 8
Gorbett this week
The anow aill soon be a thing of the
pest About one foot feu here.
A number irom mis Dunt auenaea
tbe danee at Beaver, Creek Saturday
evening. . :
There waa rather a slim crowd out
to tbe debAte Saturday evening.
Mr. Stark waa out bustling bay Mon
day. He purr baaed a load of Mr. r.
H. Wallace a pent Monday across tbe
Dan C reaves, who purchased the
Neuktrchner farm a" short time Ago ta
making many needed improvements.. .
Quite a number of men And boy
were out bunting during tbe snow but
moat had hunter's Inrk as uaual.
' Jay Dig wae-a-calier At tbe Wallace
Not much eeeolng done aa yet.
There la quite a lot of excitement
among people in this burg caused by
the report wbick came to the effect
that gold had been found on several
farms which has been aaaayed to go
one hundred dollars to tbe ton.
Sidney Smttb -spent - Sundayand
Monday with Will .Wallace.
William Wallace Is contemplating
buying a ranch In Lincoln county-
R. Bullard killed a couple of bogs
Monday that dressed about 300 Ibe.
A. Buckner was a caller In this burg
Uat week. -:
Mr. end Mr. L Sagar and Mattle
D. Hayman were among those who at
tended the dance Saturday evening.
Hens have quit laying on account of
the cold weather.
About six Inches of tbe beautiful
snow Monday morning.
The Baty brother of Canby, were
on our streets Monday looking over
some real estate.
H. C Bonaker and A. V. Davis have
embarked In the butcher business.
.Mcnnorj Hoi man
And his mother
tave been visiting In Portland for a
weeK and a day.
O. T. Kay and a few of his neigh
bors Are preparing to take a trip to
Lake county In the spring with a view
of buying land and making tbat their
We are reliably Informed that the
single tax question Is to be tnorougbly
discussed at tbe school bouse la the
By way of a surprise a goodlr num.
ber of young friends called on T. R.
Cooper Saturday evening In commem
oration of his 21st birthday. Tbe ev
ening waa piesssntiy spent In song
ano gamea and at eleven o clock lunch
eon waa served and All wended their
way homeward believing they had
spent A pleaaant evening.
News has Just reAched us that C. L
Stnudlnger's folks on Colton Avenue
nil have the measles.
Quite a number attended Grange at
Mnlmo Saturday and report ad inter
esting program end a sumptuous din
J. W. Btaodlnger made a bnaineaa
trip to MoIaIIa Monday. Mr. Standing-
er reports the roads 1n tbe Molalla
district In a deplorable condition.
on coming to our office this
Ing the first thing we noticed waa a
copy of tbe Morning Enterprise. We
congratulate tbe editor on the venture
ana nope to see tbe Morning Enter-
pn necome ooe or tbe leading dallies'
of tbe Pacific Coast,
Fresh Csnoies And Confections At
Dunn1. MaiA street, aesr Postofflc.
TdNIQHT ONLY '.
Twixt Loyalty and love
The Indian Ixnd Grab
Aa Intersetloj Waatare Pierre
The Millionaire HU.m:id
Thla Is an Exceptleeslly Good Bill.
The Bank of Or egon City
Gives its customers genuine service ,
and its increased business and grovvth;
shou's that such service is appreciated
THE OLDEST BANK IN THE COUNTY
.-0ACON" fHlU.lf (- tlGft
' CO tLANK CONTRACT
' A fW-Jtlar cae ef erf,lhil
ainlnK avorvew Pj-vi1- I l
oOiw .f the ntt'Uii IVta-lti
club ftwrlea rlft'U! rbu
tlipav-tbe ttteraa Htchee, ba
Jul PrturaeJ frvoi a buotluf
trip'Tn" ladiaAA. c:d i
I'rvH.ltl.'Ut IUry lneifu a
happy New Veer.
"Iliit w.xihJ y Ule t
A tract while Jtre bereT"
aaknl I re T fo a
;jhi llnte suits n el aa
aiHrtbor."' reileij t.e ra, .'
vt wvnd-r If. Ju be lUe
nerve to alffA A blink r
lit tbe J
and allow me t OM l
. m... . 1 tw IT ltar.u.' O
The deacon rearbe f"T Ibe
blank, wrote bis name on tbe T
. tal line and batrd terk Ibe
I eoutrsi-t to iTeyfyaa. Tbe club
. oaurr flUe; out . tbe (knuairal,
' plti'tirr. for 'he aotlled wbeii be
! rend t lie filled out coo trait a
Uttle later .
ANOTHER AFTER GOTCHf
Cerdsreli. Ti.rh.ah Giant. Wants le
Meet Wsrloft CHampian an Mat.
...... . . 1 1 . i
TurkUb reatlera. wbo rwently ir.pinttl . VLCJtniiU aicinuu
rived In thla country., J ready to tiii"l
all (be heavyweight graplrrs In the
world, aay Anlolne Pierri. his man
sger ' CnrdATell Is known ss ibe heav
iest grai'pler in Turkey, tipping tbe
beam ar sno poub.u.Tbls gtabr
from, the land of tbe sultan Is six feet
four Inches tall ami when compared
with all the wrestlers now tn the
game tower over tbera as tbe oak
above the sapling. 5
Thla Turk m not reraatlle at catrb-as-catcb-can
wrestttng. ..being scene
tomed to tbe Oreco-Rumen style, fits
best Achievement of late came ta tbe
tournament bekl In Turkey, ta which
About fifteen or tweoty of the beat
wrestler part Hp ted Cordarell won
tbe grand prU ever all bis competi
tor. ' Tbe ton rn meet was held under
tbe rule tn vogue in Turkey, being a
modification of tbe Greco-Roman.
FROM TROTTER TO PACER.
Syd Aawarthy . Will - Try Side Wheal
.Gsit Neat Sessen.
9yd Axworthy, bolder of tbe world's
half mile record of S(r seconds, trot
ted ovefTbe Boaloo speedwsy. bsa de
cided to change ble gait sod tnvsde
tbe rank of the aidew heeler next see
son. Syd's record was made la D,
bat for the lst two seasons be baa
stepped down the lindane River drive
In New Tork st a twe aalnote clip, and
as A matinee and speedwsy borae he
has been conaldered almost Invincible
It Is therefore a surprise to many
horsemen to learn tbat tbla pare, level
gslted trotter can pace Just about at
fast as be csn trot, and possibly when
his mnscles have become accustomed
to the new gait be will estsbtlsb a new
Ts Buijd Up Figure Skstinf.
There Is a movement oo foot to stlm
alate renewed interest In expert figure
skating, a winter sport whose devotees
have become fewer and fewer In re
cent year It Is proposed to larro-
dorr a system known as tbe Interna
tional style, which has grown so popu
lar among the' enthaslasta Abroad tbat
tbere Is now a generally accepted
standard of competition throughout
tbe European continent and tbe Brit
ish lalea. Counties orgAnlxatlons
throughout Europe foster tbe sport
And a surprisingly large number of
contests of national and International
character are held, tarongnoat tbe sea-
Prepsrlng Uhlse, 1:MH.
TJhlan. tbe world's first real two Din
ta trotter, which covered a mile with
out the aid of a wind shield la 128
last year, is now la Brans wick, Oa,
where he will be slowly prepared for
bis next campaign. Dr. Charles Tan
ner, who will train Uhlan, expresses
confidence that the black whirlwind
ha not reached tbe limit of bla speed.
- Loti Dillon, which holds tbe world's
trotting record of behind a wind
shield, has been shipped south with l'h
Ian by Dr. Tanner, together with sev
Bums Hss Quit fling f ad.
tommy Burns, former heavy weight
raamploa pugilist hns Announced his
Permanent retirement from the orix
ring. Aa Injury to his knee receives
ia a game of la erases some months ago
M given as bla reasoa for retiring
WINTER BASEBALL CHAT
"Boston Terrier" if the new an me
of the Dove.
Shortstop George Mc Bride of the
Washington team ha missed bat one
fame In three years.
If Jske gtshl of the Boston Ameri
can quits the game next spring he
will be one of the very few tbat have
quit the national pastime while la
George Ru.es II Is the best baUt play
er on the Cleveland team and proba
bly tbe moat psrfect ptylal man la
tbe American league, according e Doe
Sell meld er. team trainer lest season.
Bill Murray say tbst he wouldn't
snenage the Brown for a million a
yesr. and St. Lools corns right beck
and says tbst Marray couldn't masse
the Browns for a dollar aad a half a
WHAT IS CIVIC t. r
W b" t le rl h- beuf. T Nd flue
iiw.k p lkT. f'itlalna ami
..4nUh lul"iluA. llaa.laoiue la
aa liAUd-ae J-e" alof Ni'lle
t. loan If a jwu t-e fH f
UaVwi'A ra. krt. .n4Me, I4 A
eilttA. J.lt. CiWilentiua, II I
u4 ibe luaii beenilful-T It la tbe
loan !. Irt Ii lvareu's
rrl lw eer.eWe, au-.l a
t n eiv4ln lltlii tHti'tje
ko bailee akellrr la VU( tu
I iK. M l au deface M
n 'ti ettv wl II dtre-Ulea
a I rt.-rfT l7t tbe. loan lo
an I.I .. t'f a'i'lk r.lt.
another li .la tl and the welfre
of the whole community la
weakeuvd lit W life la Ibe luata
tSInf It 1 f.e that tine tre.-ta
stut alr-tuiva are purpura .;d
The ime rlvb I fe Imptlea Ihlnita
ttuit ate jaiilve pnrliy, buour,-
C)t Itteaa, .le.-ew.-y. ortlrT, golet.
fte(atlc. thefral lMti a low a
4tW.!aT1ake .ate . f If II wauta
t 1 1 le guard I'a ea b.r r
I fare. Ui-erl.it.ntj I ih. lo-
tiHMtey. bnuaee n-r Land It a J
In i-.n to. t. a a-1 rtatUt cmmIu- I I
A OtHI'y. n sdranlat'e to A T
CvmUMinltT. Wben tbat U a.d J
lightly lllaed.A ciuiuuulty U
tery onf.mnaie. - J
eet-e-eee e-ee M - e-ee -
CemelBsieees Tel tplaea Systenv
. ': '.. Used by. MynittWyr rTH."
In Cleaning the streets vt I-acrusae.
WW) , I'ewrge I' oik. alxeet rotntuiaaloa
er. carefully studied tlx vsrioua turib
oda wbttk aaaml Adatabte to tbat
city end from tbeae has reai bed sev
eral ronrluaWins aa j Ibe moat desira
ble practice under the eooditloue vb
talnlog tbere. wbick may be of awe to
ether enicrprtalag towns.
He believe that a machine, macsdam
STraper. requiring but ream sod a
driver, wbo also (peratr tbe ma. blue,
ran acuoitUb lu a day niura tkaa
twice as mork -work as twenty live
men naing tbe old faahtooed be. Tbe
natter method rejoIre.1 Bv ur alt
weeks for each of tbe semiannual
cleaning, but wllb the mscblne this
la now dooe within two or three
We-ks.' Macadam streets In rea. ik"
portions of the rtty are given lul lao
cleaning a year. In sprtner and f.itt. v
In cleaning the buluea dMtri.1
hand weepers are eui4u eii j tV
up tbe heavier refuse, au. b a l.r..k.-o
glaaa. boopa. atoor ai.d ..-'it mi
tetials,' many of wblh are tt. l.
rsreless drivers. tbee Wlug kept ori.
stsntty removed. Hand nul dut are
reuWed by marblne iT"rri tit the
morning or evening, the f re. i or in-y
Lontrso aars roa aaovna, rrc.
with which this la required on any
given street being determined by ob
servation. Tbe machine leave tbla
dirt In piles, which are removed by
tbe dsy force a few hours later, lisnd
sweepers are Instructed when going
on tbelr route In the morning first to
clesa tbe center of the street and to
clean tbe gutters later after the a bop
keepers sre through sweeping the
stores aad sidewalks. Wsate paper
cans at the street corner be finds to
be of considerable ssalaU nee In keep
ing Ibe streets clean.
For cleaning brick or block pave,
nient In the- spring after a winter's
ccamnlAtlon of dirt be finds tbe quick
est and cheapest method to be by tbe
ase ef Iron snow shovel In the place
of old fashioned hoe. Each of the
cleaning crew Is required to furnish bla
wwm shovel, which Is kept it besdqusr
ters In lock Ing racks provided by the
city. ' .
These racks are made of ordinary
straight hasp such ss are kept la stock
at any hardware store, which have
been bested and bent la a half circle
ao as to fit closely around the handle.
On end of the hasp Is fsstened per
manently to the wan by a staple, while
the other end may be fsstened to an
other staple by padlock. These racks
are arranged around the room la tbe
men quart era. In this way each man
J sure alwsys to obtain bis own sbor.
el or other tooL It being tlie nrartte
nave the men furnish the locks also a od
inns do tn sole ponaeaaor of tb
to tne same.
Tewn Ceieee Club. '
A club to be kiwwn a. t -e
Crier was organized at aa enthusi
astic meeting of the leading foulness
en of Fargo, jf. n receotlr. Tbla
erganisatloa Is tbe outcome of tbe na-
nsuni interest la advertising which bsa
bee felt la tbe town for soma time.
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