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MORNING ENTERPRISE, TUESDAY, JANUARY Ql, 191J.
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
I. E. SRODIE, Editor and Publisher.
Application anaea for aeeoes rlsse prWI
tof at the Pnatofflce at Orsco. City,
Ontnn. under the Act of Conartsa of
March S, 1ST.
RIDQE AND FIVE MUNOREg
Fitfhtintf BullsAxe Raided .With
The Care of Infant Children
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On Tfw. by mall ,
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For wk, by rarrler
Pint Paao. mmr race, first laarrtki
First Pan, par mrh sdiled lnaerthns. .10c
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first tnerrtion . 1 ta
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adifal Insertions.'. (c
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Enterprise will be the same as In tha
daily, for advertisements art t-iMlv I
for the waekty. Vhers the sdvert irrnt , . . . a.i.n,. ' -
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ty. without chanr. tha rate will be Ic 1 . . . . . ., i..iin Tjjtnrrs
an mch for run of tha paper, and lOe an Tba famous rk-htln bulls of Spain r ona of tba moat Intaraalln raatara
inch for special poaltkw. Abilaluslan flaina. Th PtnUb bull oflan baa ratbar hollow Uik..
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the Enterprise. ! thlok ,mj turni downward, as la usually tha caaa wtth EnlUh bolla. la
"' adv.rti.ln . fcu Mr,r you,n MBUk ,tt C1)luvmrtlv. frretlom oyer tha plain. Ha aarly
Circus advertlMa, and special transient mak" aMtilntm. however, with the aarroohlsta-. pic. Though tb. tattaf
advertising at ISc to 5e an Inch. aecrd- u mer.lr a le with-no I'Ude. iut ouly a stfiall potnt Uka ahotf. end Of an
inato special condition. r,vernln the ' ,n,ulH.k u , forlnU1.Me woapotl when deiterou.iy wielded. When two
"Tire Sale- and Bankrupt Saie" ad-er- ! year "' he trnlnlnir of the bull aa a 0hter la atarted. Tha bull la worried
twements e mch first ineertton; .ddi- j ,, tnl.lwd and thrown down day after day. If the bull after reortTtof
nr'r:.'Jr"":: .J".. L. r.,1 of nasty lab. which merely Inflict fleah wound, and do
0,...B,'rU- w,tb in'rest to local readers, serious harm l undismayed and continue, to chanra aa gamely aa erer be
wlU be tladly accepted. Rejected manu- . .... . . . wk. rn Rut
scripts nerer returned unlvKS accompan
j eumoa io prepay postage.
MR. TAFT AS MR. TAFT.
Things poIUlcaJ are , nqt so much I
conditions as growths. What la today
ta not tomorrow, and what la tomor-1
row la changed with the next moon.
Many people and all politician
change. with the drift that la always!
moving In the world of business. And j
ta evolution In business and social I
eoodltiooa la almply a percursor of;
what ia certain to follow politically.
Tha politician ta a funny proposition t
to those who do not understand him,
but to thoae who do he la a small
Potato. Thar ia but one major pro
position that at all times fills the
minds of the aimon pure politician,
and that la to always alight upon his
feet, cat-like. Hence when one aeea
the lightening changea of certain poli
ticians It la nothing to be wondered
at that little faith la had of the future
of the prattler whom you know la here
today and somewhere else tomorrow.
Tor twelve years the Democratic
party has stood for progress, and has
pointed to Bryan as a leader of prog
ress. And when Theodore Roosevelt
took up and pat Into statute certain
of the Billy Bryan theories It was said
he must be turning to Democracy and
even to Socialism because of the ex-
.n.i.i. to iir nliu-k and flra emu ah to be worthy Of the ring. But
should he. finding that hla charges are fruitless, turn sulky, refuse to charge
his opponents and endeavor to flee from them he la branded as cowardly. Is
fxttned and tn due. tlma tnrned Into beef '
not want It. It Is simply another case
Indicating that the man who has a
Presidential bee buxslng about will
willingly buy honey to feed the bee
In caae the friends of the bee are abort
on their honey supply. And they'll
do It even If they have made the bluff,
In an effort to make others hustle for
the hooey, that they would at buy In
from one foot to the other In hla lum
be rings forward. -
.What Taft should do Is to awake
to what the people want. And we
have reference In this statement to
the TEOFLE and not to the iuterests
aa masked to represent the people.
He should push aside the Importunl
ties of .those who would use him and
me nepuoncan parry in tneir efforts
But to paraphrase the words of to Pu" mor" thM thlr hr ' th
Pilate when striving to rid himself, of "estnuie from the fire- He should
the burden of sentencing his nrleoner 'rt"e bovP lf- PrtT -nd plunder to
What will von that I do with Booa.! Plnt of i.wniage from which he can
veltT" The Republican party has two
men of prominence on Its hand a Taft
and Roosevelt. Roosevelt is the idol.
one may almost say, of the. common
people. Taft waa accepted as a candi
date of the party or at least of the
people composing the wire-pulling
strength of the party on the say so
of their party idol. Taft has not come
up to the standard set by many people
and has been a disappointment to
Roosevelt. ' Whether Roosevelt will alt
still In the coming race for Presiden
tial nominations, or Jump Into the frsy.
remains to be seen. If Roosevelt de
cides to sit still will the people accept
tremaa to which thay charged he waa tne decision, or clamor for his activ
But In the late election the foun
dations of the 'Republican party, and
the foundations of the Taft policy
were seemingly Jarred loose by the
progressive friends and progressive
policies of Roosevelt and hla follow
ers. The Republicans lost the Lower
House In Congress In sticking to con
servatism; the Democrats gained what
There Is a spirit of unrest abroad
wSicb permeates the ranks of all clas
ses of politicians and voters, but in
no case Is this unrest so manifest as
in the ranks of the Republican party.
The defeat of the past campaign, ad
ministered with something of Jubila
tion on the part of the common peo
ple, haa led those of the Republican
the Republicans lost; and now the Re- i Pr,UMlon t0 Mk- "Where are we ajyTj
publicans are awakenin, to tha towrd wnat "r w headed?" f la
that progression Is popular.
i u VTT I P"rM"0n W i perturbed by the blow that .truck hl-1', ,or men Adams",
popular It don't take a politician long ! .v. . Jt " "T Zl Ji"The People's Store." Masonic TemnU
,. . . iu mc net ne uiu not taae u to nearx dm
Taft seems to be the first to again Bid.
'pet his hreeth W KIU V waa wMtl aWn n I n a Prlaitlav r- vnnt n-i
" -" a . i j i - - - ,i'v:udiv imi
IO Kef. into lln With tha falln
la carrvlnr th. k ..I"0 mucn M 80me nd h nM
Taft Is fast pulling up his craft to the
rear of progression and Ita policies
one la led to ask the question, is Taft
a politician? Many of his friends have
all along contended that he was above
the contaminating influences of poli
ticsthat Taft wss a statemnan. But
the latest news from the "seat of pro
gression" seems to tell the story of
Taft trying to crowd in on the front
That Taft will be given a good seat
In case he U willing to sit with the
progressives goes without saying and
he's entitled to It if be wants It. and
we know of no reason why he should
I settled down to his' old stride of seek
ing what he wants and trying to get
it when he wants it. He has reorga
nized his forces, but in this reorgani
zation he has tried to retain all of
his old followers and at the sane
time line np any who have not fol
lowed before or if following have
kept themselves well In the rear.
TaTt is a pretty good fellow; he
wants to do light and perhaps would
do rleht If there was no pressure from
the pie counter cohorts. But big as
he is one need have little trouble in
Jostling him from his feet if he will
but choose the psycological moment
to do so at the time when he shifts
see the real and true Interests of the
people; and once he aees these Inter
ests clearly be should permit no other
policy to turn him aside from that
which la right, from that which will
work out to the Interests of all the
people In this great and. prosperous
It fa time for Mr. Taft to stand oat
aa Mr. Taft to stand out with aa
much prominence In his policy aa he
does In his avoirdupois.
: t-edj .
Mr. Brown, of Mount Pleasant, who
has been very sick. Is better at this
The second monthly banquet for the
men of the church will be given In the
M E. church tonight, Speakers from
abroad will be A. King Wilson and
Dr. C. E. Cilne, both of Portland. The
Ladles' Aid will serve the banquet.
The officers of the Presbyterian
church win meet at the home of C.
Schubel this evening to plan for the
future work In the church. It Is to
be a strictly business meeting.
Ladles Home Journal patterns and
Koyai Worcester corsets at John Ad
ams', "The Peonie s Store." Masonic
Coal Supply Diminishing.
Water Power Will
Serve Nation In
-X CHAtLM , VAN HUE. Pmia.nt ot th. ,,,, ,
NTETIESTS that control the water nower of th.
country will DIRECT TIIK CONDUCT OF
in WATIOW IN FUTURE YEARS.
plj will be EXHAUSTED AT THE ED OV
the nineteenth century only 5,000,000 ton, had been
Z"r""eCarth- ring the nineteenth
uw.uw.uw, to,,, were mined
George Sullivan, son of Mr. and Mrs
T. W. fiulllvan, who was so badly In
Jured in a fall at Cazadero several
months ago, was able to be out for the
first time Monday. He was around on
crutches and It will be some time yet
oerore ne is ruuy recovered.
Councilman Burke Is bearing th
burdens of Council and getting fat
He says there is much work to do Just
now and as he has little to do, while
certain other members have much to
do, he Is agreeable to doing a little
more than his share In an effort to
keep things moving.
There will be a business meeting of
me urotnernood of the Congregational
church Wednesday night, at the home
of E. T. Avlson. The main Durnoae
of the meeting Is to perfect arrange
ments for the next meeting of the
uromernooa, which Is planned for
luesday evening, February 7.
The Hesperian, official organ of tho
Oregon City High school, which waa
i some time ago admitted to the mails
as second class matter but lost the
privilege through suspension of nnhll
cation, has again been recognized by
uncie earn ana can again be mailed
at pouna rates.
Word received by friends In this
city tells the story of Ray Williams.
lurmeny or mis city but now living In
the East, taking to himself a wlf rm.
cently. There were very meager de
tails out it was understood he wedded
a young woman whom he met alnce
taxing up nis abode there.
The Knights and Ladles of Security
nciu auciai in wooamen hall Monday
evening. There was a good attend
ance and an enjoyable event. There
was a literary and musical program,
which was followed by popcorn, pea
nuts and candy.
AVAILABLI AT PREI'sit
rt WOULD BE POsaiai . t " ""T WE NEED.
DEMANDED. THUS IT It IIEN THT WHtN TMf 'fn.J
RUN tHORT THE WATER WERU ER "thT
, T.ON, AND THAT tUPPLY OP WATER NEVER C" ,lT '
LJl IlECESSAIiY TIIAT TILE NATION HOLD ITS
, W are coming more and more to believe thtt tie individual who
ZtuLTSu TRU8TEE OF THAT PEOPEKTT and
that be Is beholden to f attire genefttioo.. -
rASloo1 wea: of
OF THE NATIOV I f .TIIE MINDS OF THE "PEOPLE
Took His "Eves" With Th
Cyrus Powell doesn't think much of
in ixa uamantan problem since his
experience Sunday night. On that oc
y stopped and asked
.21 ,?d,n!. MnK Mtlsfled to sleep In
the barn. Powell took them Into the
atead, fed them fat at the breakfast
hour, and set th.m .hi.
1 d. hH rupP- An boor later
M. ! !.YerM tnat thr " cabled
his glasses away with them, and be Is
"7 "Jnin "u"4 In an endeavor to
umj auq na aava aii 1. -
.. . . . KUUW
wiiuuui wearing nis glasses.
Ucar La Bennes to 8. B Reeaa Mri
township south, range 1; $1200.
A. E. Mathews to T. I. Loughim u
interest SS lots Mlnihom u A ld.J
Portland; $L - 7 . 7
A. E. Mathews to T. f r ..
DEATH COMES SUDDtTI
BRIEF FUNERAL tERVlCI AT THE
HOME WITH BURIAL PROM
FINLEY CHAPEL, PORTLAND.
Mr.. Henrietta Lokhton Cam-a. wife
of Kllcry Cairn. of Willamette, a high
ly rvapected and well known resident
of that place, died at the family home
Hunday night about 6 o'clock, after a
brlrf Illness. Mrs.- Captn was taken
111 at the family home Saturday even
ing with heart failure, this being the
intneuiaie rauee or hr death.
Mrs. capeu'a maiden name was Man.
rletta Lt-lghton, daughter of Mr. and
Mra. Ilghton. of t'a bridge. Maasa
rttttselta. She was born in the vear
of 1513, and at the time of her d.mlae
was 67 years of aire. 8.he waa united
n marriage Id the state of Masaarhue-
etta to tilery Capen on May 1L U6i.
They made their home In that state
until 30 years ago when they came to
Orygon to make their home, residing
at i-ortiaad until year, ago, when
they came to Oregon Cltv. m.klur
thelr home at Willamette, where Mr
i apen la manager and proprietor of
the Capen Shoe store.
Mrs. Capen leaves besides her hus
band. Ellery CatMn. the follow Ins
children: Mrs. Herman Hrhade. Mrs.
Frank O. Smith. Edward W. Capen and
(ieorge Capen, all of l"ortland. rYank
Capen and Mrs. W. A. Roas. of Will
amette, a brother. Leauder Capen, of
Willamette, and 17 grandchildren, the
eldest of whom Is about II years of
age. while the youngest is tb. four
weeks old daughter or Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. Ross, of Willamette.
Mrs. Capen. since her residence In
Willamette, haa made many friend.
by her kind disposition, and her death
waa a snock to her friends and
qnalutaucea.-who will mourn her de
mise. A brief funeral aervlce will b
conducted at the family home at Will,
amette on Wednesday mornln at
o'clock, after which the remains will
oe taken to Portland, where a aervlce
will be held at the Plnler Chatwl. m
Third .and Madison atreeta. at X
o'clock. Rev. T. L. Elliott, of Portland,
officiating. The Interment will be In
the Rtvervlew cemetery. ' .
DEATH OP MRt. KENNEDY.
II Fer Only A W.ah At The Ql.d.ton.
Mrs. Samuel Kennedy died Sunday
at the home of her daughter, Mrs. r.
L. Oswald, of Gladstone, after a week's
uiness or pneumonia.
Mrs. Kennedy's maiden nam. waa
Phllette Hull, and she waa born at
Maraailles. Ohio, 74 years ago. She
was united la marriage on September
29. 1852. to Mr. Samuel Kennedy, and
was the mother of nine children, seven
of whom survive, and three of these
residing In the state of Orea-on. Tha
children are Mrs. J. B. Pettlt. of Sum
mit: Mead Kennedy and Mrs. r.
Oswald, of Gladstone; Sheldon Ken
nedy, Roma Keanedy and Homer Ken.
nedy. of Kenton. Ohio, and one daugh
ter. Mra. Louie Halght, of Mtddlefield,
The funeral service, will be held
irom the Christian church at r.ll.
The Entertainment fer the Evening at
Mia. Marjoria Cautletde Heme.
Mlsa Marjorle Caufleld entertained
the members of the Thursday Ntgbl
Club and tha l!yp.la at her home on
B.vantQ aad Monroe streets Sttarday
alaht at rtrld. and rive II indred.
The prise for five Hundred wis won
by Ml.s Helen Daulton and for Bridge
by Mra. W. It. Godfrey. Pur ng th.
evening the hoateas, who was aa.l.led
by her sl.t.r. MM Kthe! Caufleld.
served a delicious luucheon. The
house decorations were of Oregon
4're.ent were Mr.. W. II. Godfrey,
Mrs- Theodore W. Clark, Mra. la K.
Jonea, Mrs. A. I. Heat I e, Mrs. K. P.
Rands, Mrs. William Money, Mra C.
IX Latourette, Mrs. M. I), lattouretle,
Mrs. J. N. Wlsner, Mrs. la A. Morris.
Mrs. David Caufleld, Ml, r.nnle I 'or
ter, Mia. Kate porter, Ml. IMIe Mat
tley, Miss CIs Pratt. Ml. Helen Daul
ton. Mia. Ilea. Daulton, Ml.s Ilea.
Kelly. Mia. Almee lloltack. Mis. Mvra
Hecoi, Mlas Veda William. Mia. Nell
Caufleld. Mlas Ethel Csufl.ld.
QUIET WEDDINO tUNOAY.
Are tp.ndlng Their H.n.ymeen
southern California. .
A very quiet wedding occurred at
the home of Mr. and Mr. Newton r'srr
at :J0 Sunday evening when their
daughter. Mi.. Maude farr, and Dr.
K. N.hrbaa were united In marriage
by Kev. Proctor of the Congregational
lr. Nehrba I. connected wlrh th.
New Sy.tem I)nllta a ho recently
came to tbt. city, and the bride Is a
well-known young lady of this rlly,
who baa madeier home here all her
life. After an extended trip through
Southern California, they will return
to orgeun City to make their home-
WHEf ONE MAY HUiT
TEXT OF PROPOtEO NEW LAW
THAT HAt A GOOD CHANCE J.
"OF PAtttNa i"
The Ban!; of Oregon Ci:
. ' i
Gives its customers genuine strvs
and its increased business and grri
shows that such service Is apprecH
THE OLDEST BANK IN. THE. Cojjivn
Fef fine shoe reMlHng g t.
THE OLD RELIABLE OREfV
- CITY SHOE SHOP
. ' Work dene tsthlle yee welt
Oor Mottot Stltfctloa GoarAotecd
-C SCHOENHEINZ, Proc
n Main let. tlsth and tev.eth.
a . ' . .
oecuon, mat Section 1340 of
Lord a Oregon Ua be and the same
Is hereby amended so aa to reed aa
ivnuws: .. ..
Sec. taiO. It Is hereby prohlblaed
and hereafter shall be unlawful for an
person within the State of Oregon to
um ror. pursue, take, catch or kill
auy of the game animals, fowls, or
birds protected by the laws of the
oiai. or uregon during the open sea.
son when It Is lawful to take the same,
without such person having In hla per
sonal posaeSalon and carrying with
him at tbe time of said bunting, pur
suing, taking, ratchlne. nr binm. .
license therefor, duly laauad in him.
the county clerk of one of tha
of Ihbj State; provided, however, that
i.w ictubv snaii p. required of a man
or members of his own family for per
m.l.u iu ouni upon ma own land;
and the county clerk of each and ev
ery county of tbe State of (). i.
hereby authorised to Issue such license
unaer ne provisions of this AcL Such
license shall be numbered and dated.
GEORGE A. HARDU
PURR DRUOt, PERFUMES, TOILET ARTICLU-
STATIONERY. PRESCRIPTION AND ' FAMILY Rf
CEIPTf CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED.
2afn.HONEt MAIN mi. HOME. BM,
Si t MAIN STREET
Next Door to
D, a LA TO U RETT! Preeldeev
THE FIRST NATIONAL t
of OREGON CITY , OREGON
TransMts a ft-eer.l Banking ueineee.
mere waa some business la the
horse division, and la keenlne with
the aalea made. Quotations ar ahnui
Drafters, extra It 00 to I70O I ha
tl65 to 3&0: drafters, fair to tmd
1126 to 2oo; Chunks. $100 to U0;
chunk, medium. SO to 1100; drivers.
mixrrum to good. 140 to 111.); plugs.
110 to f0. v
Kepreaentatlve aalea are aa follows:
One) free. A
atone this afternoon at I o'clock. Rev . . w coou,n kr''f description
Mulkey officiating. The Interment H "rmn ' hon the aane Is
will be m the Mountain View ceroe- . u' ,0"ner Wl e and
tery. !" r residence of each such person
Mrs. Kennedy came to Oregon nine An"c" lued to sny person ae-
yeara ago, and since that time haa "5 t0 provisions of this Act
made her. home with her daughter ,B,l,1l lt times subject to tbe In-
ne - . . sirkaea Irvsn . .mi a, a a ...
Mrs. P. L. Oswald, and made manv
rienus si inst piace.
Gats Drill- Cauoht In Mocks
I, W. Rivers, who about four week.
ago engaged In drilling a well on the
ix c. Latourette property on the Wm(
mae, when the drill became caught In
the rocks, and cannot be dislodged.
He hss given up the taak of removing
"u ""s purcnased another drill, and
will commence operating In another
spectlon of any officer of the State of
ureon cnargeo with tbe enforcement
of the game laws, or any sheriff or
deputy sheiif or constable wltbla the
oiaie. or me owner or hla agent or
representative of the real property up
on which the holder of such license
may be hunting.
Section S. That Section tUl of
Lord's Oregon Laws be and tbe same
Is hereby amended an ss to Mt
Sec. 2341. All licenses Drovlded for
nmrt rf ike ,-. am a. . s.
. - a .is7 iiiiu W m Wfju wniCO Will I n ffcle. .a,... . . ' i
no doubt be more auccessful thsn the !? 'ffi"".!11 follows:
other. api'nraiion inereror hy any per-
on, rimer n resident or nonrealdent
m 1L.I. M.a a aa .
W.d Monday Aft.rn. "l ln.'" . ' wno " e an affldav.
R. C. Wallace, of Multnomah county. K,. . " '2.3 ' !Mn, fortb
a vamv. n i- . .1--. " hla age, residence, occuoatlon. ete . an
and Edith Harris, of Clackamas muni
ly. were married by Justice Samson
Monday afternoon, the ceremony beJn
177 Hogs . ,
ZS Cows .
to Cows . ,
14 Cows .,
II Calves .
10 Calves ,
X04 Bwes T.
t Hulls ..
1 Stag ...
tie t tt
. . 13t
k lai '
- BtiGS firm at Jit, i
lie to is for choice.
11 He to We, mutton io
POULTRY No aasaa,'
er fowla. ehlckaoa jaBi
will bring ic OalrtV
Btaad. r-,-. 1
Hope The bop muuJ
firmer and It Is baHr-ji
Who hold for th. aataws
Set IL No greet aW
Book Just Off
annual license shall be Isued to such
person oy the county clerk to whom
such application shell be made, and
ahall be Issued as follows:
(at 'n, ha, ... ...., .
pniv niTiTTcra ,a . . ..' ix m nunung I or,
POLK GAZETTEER It OUT. taking, catching, or kllllna any of th.
Complete .nformstlen for Northw.., tedTy' fSS? 5S
i vnirn aa in iirani, ...n . n . I I . . i
- .win vuiiuty in.
DSrtV tO Whom Sllftl llanaa la i-- '
Press Has Bualnaaa I tn hunt in, ... . ...
Dlrectorw f Cll.. I. r. cawn, or Kill
and wiehTno in. " l., " ?" ",lra-'' .r
(The Mornlnc Ore.onl.n T.,.. .OI a.ur,n
"-'.yyn mmn wneo u is lawrul to kill
... , ... ,w lne Mn)e and ev.ry tf,rkon whfl u
Commercial Institutions of the rifv citizen of the Rial nf nr..nn
are receiving the annual ir,iiu. lthe Issuing nf ...k n '
me r. u polk ft Company, which Is P" o the county clerk the sum of
out for the states of Washington and l "d every nonresident of the State
u . . , . rao"1 comP'ete work Oregon shall pay for such license
or its kind Issued In the Northwest. th um of 110.
It contains an accurate business ira. (b) No .h.n ..j
lnr,no..i.i. . --- I n nmmi nir
, lacoma, HpoKane, Port- penoa longer than one year, and all
.!. . 7 r J' ,uwn ana Tillage '"-'en.es snau expire on the thirty-first
in -the two states. It aiv m.t.i.. div nf rw.mi... . . . .
Iha mmm . mm "iniM. . I Hirer lUei T IS-
trie names and addresses of country auance. and the aame shall not be
srl A fa Fl si t t as e n i4 aLa.l a a I a M w
r " pruiwasionai men, Mm """"'craDie.
bermen and others, who fei an wii.n ' - ..
In the smaller places. provision, of this t on .h.i h!
I Bar. la a 1 . - .. . . . . " I . . ... .. vw
.a a mmuina list or in. r.nr. I aeemra eulllv nf a mUH.n.... ..a
ernment officials, commissioners of upon conviction thereof shall be'pun.
vf.'. .board--,nd ,t,tto',r pro- Mhed by a fine of not less than m
thl a ' " : rr Mmw of nor An'or- than 1150, or by Imprlaon-
telephone and telegraph offlcea, jus wherein such unlawful mU wuS
tlces of the peace, a list nf tha un I mlitarf for nnt ia.. .v.. .. '
a . . . ' w i " nwm iiiau ten uiti nnr
llin WpAlf I T tieaena a. ... . . a I a At . . . --w.
wvn.. unweiunnrii' sarin mtnwi i nif trsn rnnn nmaie j-a--a a. . a . a.
of Informally a.J....!' 7'. 7. i.-l" "7 wr 7."n BUCO
"iun7 compnea, a i sua imprisonment
nun, ucm;npive sketch of each town
(Reported by Oordon Bros. Co.)
iiMjiiNB-a-w neat eejiinc 11. corn
ll.tO ewt, oeU $1.40. Paying I1.S0
raan ror oats at this time., firan
brings gte sack, aborts 1.SI, middlings
li s. tariey u.u. riour la selling at
t in. oarrei.
CHICKENS Springers brine 17e
and. are in good demand, hass 17c.
oia roosters ixc, young roosters 15c.
Turkeys are quotable at S0e, ducks
zue .na geeM lie.
MEATS Dressed pork la selling at
11VC at this lime and the same Is be
ing paid in trade; I0e Is paid In
cash. Veal selling 14 He and paying
ISVie cash, ftacon and. ham sella at
c. anouiner 17C. lard commands He.
FRUITS Apples command 15c boi,
dried be to to pound, nrune. k m a
POTATO K8 Potatoes sell at 11.45.
oesi cssn orrer. seed stnrk
cumuianus 11 ub, cssn 95c.
HAY-Clover bsy commands l!sn
caah, oat hay $14 50. wheat hay $14.50.
........ u, fn.Du, ni 1 1 eu
EGOS Market none too strong at
and much valued data la riven
An Important feature nf tha
tlon Is the classified bnslness direc
tory, wnicn enables the seeker of In
formation to ascertain at a glance
names and addressee of all of tha dif.
.uiiirma engaea in any given line Jn. 30, Receipts on this
of business. The directory has been "wket for the week have been 1469
.. y.. w meei me wants or the '"e, caives, 1683 hogs, 6909 sheen
htlSlnaaa nmauU aaa t . I aal II it . . . ' " C
PORTLAND UNION STOCK
business community and haa been In.
spected thoroughly for the discovery
"i any arrors whlcn might exist No
y.iui.cmuon m mis section will supply
the exacting demands of business life
mi. one just rrom the press." It
was only by ths expenditure of a l,r
-iu m muD-7 mat tne racts were gath
i iu inn iwrm mat tney were. The
w aosoiuieiy reliable, so that It
Is perfectly safe for a concern to Issue
...v i circulars, uauy letters and
prove any address desired by referring
AT mmnlll.. . a. .. - J
The Official data lik .
Ilia II., . , si .Z "-W4. "iornce Ml
i . uovemment. atsta
' will M foun(j h
mat the results or tt i... ..T:
re all In and In consequence thehoob
thoroughly ap to date
nil 21 II. A- M
The cattle market for the week has
been easy In tone and prices nave
irom 26 to co cents from the
hu poim oi a week or two ago. There
"thing of extra quality In the
iL 111 " na in Irlc not
, The hog market also shows weak-
uoaa iu armD.inv with ni,
Hl.hnll-a -.al- " 'ia.
inau. up equal y from
Missouri River and X .
n.i.lu. a.i- m " 'n.
, ...u. ,rom contract deliveries
was not such as to hrin nn ha
Good aualltr ihM f. tSr All aK awau. a
15.25 and ewes sold fn- n ia ...
avat .L w s.u v, sWlUBL
iVits v.rp off,r,d wr not 'i
IU the heavy supply to choose from
buyers were indifferent t a.
Oregon City Quotations.
A PPLK8 The apple market la still
firm with large stocks still on hand.
Demand la good with prices from 60o
POTATOES Good stock Is sesree
with the supply cleaning up; ton pay
ng price $1.25 with the farmers hold
Ing because stock la getting low.
Sweets still on the market are all cel.
if!L!nd thut bou exhausted.
VEGETABLES Oniona ar. .iMn.
at 2c pound; carrots, parsnips and tur.
nips plenty wtth selllne- nrlr. . at
ack; beets I bunches for trie ni.m.
of all kinds but market free. Cabbage
..... in 7 an lauiornia Stocks.
TX)Un The Inclination i.
ward In sympathy w-Mh hi -vi.u
Is off one eent a bushel. IVWial Ulna
t". n.ra wneat brand $5 50
CORN-8olllng $1 ton cheeper mak-
.... iin si.bo to 11.75 hundred, reed
$'Sb.Ty ,pir!B'-br'n Mc-
HAY Merchants n,,u.
ni'.T' ,U f?r-motliy. a"nd $! o,
pLI w""." ,,,",f for wo "
o, i-ih'y t0 mt nanda aa reL
BUTTER la weab.r h..i ..n?r'".
tTk . mm, s-wjii iiisr BB.I,
ln lim Drifts, navlnar
. - m r- -" vuy IwUWtJat?)
new and r
AT THIS THE
Cure Your Rl:
AND OTHER ILLS 0M
(The House of If
. - - ;
Sella round-trip KtP
month., allowing '
aoonmmodatloB at JJ1
rlum. at Portlaa
For further Informstl'
trated booklet, a"1!!
Phy, Medical Supt "J ,
Lake, Oregon, anr "
Agent, or writ to
. ' WM. MeMUMj;.
BO YOU VANT 4
ANYTHING . . . (
'' '. 1 ' ' : 1
Try tne Ctasdici Coloons ci (
3000 tlcdtn Dally
cept the beat.