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rnmnyft ENTERPRISE, AVEWuax. ruv
a.- & a w SaB.FS i aa W B . I B M A
, OR1GOH CITY, OREGON
! E. E. BRODIE, Editor and Publisher.
'"Application maaa for .second elaaa privl
tu. .1 ih. PMtoffln at Ore-on City,
Oregon, under tha Act of Conraas of
.March L '1I7.
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pwr wak. by carrier
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. Run paper other than Orat pas pec tar
llrat liieertluo ""'lll'dlti
" Xwi paper ether than flrat pas. P" ;
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tiser te Una.
. Want. Tor R.K To Rant. , " i
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each additional. '-"
Rate for advertising tn the Weekl
',' Enterprtae wtll he the aame a In tha .
eUy. for advertisements art reiecUily
, for tha weakly. Where the advert.aeaient ,
to tranaferred from tha dally to tha waek-i-
nh..t rhr.. I ha rate wtll be Co
an Inch for run of tha papar. ana 10c an
fctch.for apadaJ poalUoa.
Gas should accompany order where
. party la unknown In buahieaa offtca of
. tha Entarprwe.
LesaJ advertlnlng at legal advert lain.
Clrcua advertising and rell transient
advarttsiiur at lie to eflc an Inch, accord
ing to apeclal condition ovemln tha
- "Fir Sale" and Bankrupt tWte" adver
ttaameota Nc m-h ft rat Inaertton: addl
ttonal Inaertlona aaaae matter c Inch.
Newa Itetna and well written articlra
of merit with tntereat to local readera.
. will ba (ladly accepted. Rejected manu
aertpta never returned unlena accoman-
' led by atampa to prepay poatae.
-:HrlTT5mbern-or" tbo leglslatare
may bo of one opinion as to the neds
of an addition to the State House, no
two eeem to agree ai to just what to -do
in the matter. I
Because the State legislature met ,
for a few minutes on Sunday morn-1
iag u doesn't follow that the mem-;
bera present are in any way religious: !
there was probably more of politics j
than religion In it ,
President Taft refuses to be read ;
"out of tb ranks of the ProeresMTee,
Tk -wtlnn has rlrpn Mr. Taft
warning tbat be had best hae all the
Republicans possible in line, so there
may be no hitch at the last. And
certain of the Progressive are husky
youngsters at that, and the President
likes their company.
WOULD GO TO EXTREMES.
Governor West la opposed to capital
punishment Why not turn the crim
inal all loose, and then win them by .
' Some people cannot argue without .
becoming silly. Other cannot argue!
without becoming personal. Because)
one doe .not agree to some proposi-;
tlon put up by another it does not j
argue that one must flop to the exact ;
opposite in order to find ground on
which to stand. And this Is the case j
with Governor West, and his views,!
and with the proposition of capital
punishment as It Is presented for set
tlement When one looks back over tbe vista
of history he finds many things now
considered entirely wrong tbat at the
time they were practiced were not j
entialdarMl aa evlla at all. The lleht
of ciriUzatioa that soon forth is the
world at the time they were accepted"
as correct did not open the minds of
men as a claw to the evil aa It is
In the dark ages the punishment of
criminals was intended aa a meting
out to tbe 'criminal just about what
waa his due in return for his lapse
from right living. And that was the
intent and purpose of the punishment
n "eye for an eye and a tooth for
a tooth." And the man in this age
that has not advanced beyond that
stage cannot in consequence see much
more today than the men of those
day saw la their day.
But It Is now recognized that trial J found In matters that pertain to the
and sentence Is not to be a matter ' advancement of this people In partlc
of paying one back for what he has j "d th raco la general. The
done that Is wrong, but is adminls-i dav Pt when men are excusable
tered aa a corrective. The effort is j
on that Is being put forth to save
mew save them from themselves !
where they have criminal Instincts or
bad habits. It is not to inflict on a
man the character of pain or suffer
ing similar to that which he admin
istered to hi victim tbat we use some
Captains of, Industry of
Future Must Be Made.
J. C ATHEARN, San
future to be obtained ? Many buaincv men are asking this
question, and it baa forced them to ador,t anm m,l,l
.'- ' ' T0 MAKE CERTAIN THE 8ECU1UXQ OF MEN
; TCECGUm FUTURE MANAGERS AND DIRH3T0RS
:!::;;Aroom(.oFTHE bio business entSSS
! - t'SE? TIIE NEEDS OF THE PUBLIC AND ATTEND TO
,THE NEEDS OF HIS INSTITUTION AT THE SAMTDAX
- '"J1 e?Mrt.fc- ,oun1 iU made. The guecee. of the
, s - modem daj buane. institution, depend, ou whether w. can get men
of trurt, abOitj gad broad education on general line TO TAKT
'.; the reions of; their managemot to-take
rf!ninS 7?th i. . taek that belong, to th. public
lnd cannot nnrtaken by the corporation.. But the tuk of
V V th iwjeci-J training that fit. men for office etn and U being un
ertaken by many corporation.
J.j;,; -0 0 ON MEN ftll.N0 FROM
u, THAT TOO BLOW AND UNCERTAIN. Wt MUST
IV A,N,Nd HIGHER EDUCATION. AND
TnO TMrio Z,IH,.C0LL"" TO PET THEM, IN 8ECUR-
- cotLIag. i.T" 0"EN THMe 6RADUATEO FROM thb
COLLEGE HOULD Bt GIVER THE PREFERENCE. THEN rutv
Ktanv Reauest Democratic House ,
To Retain Blind
V 'J . . '
- Tboafh tbr. U do todk.tlon that tb IVtnocra tic m. jorlt, U t
of repreaaaUUT. of tha oaxt C0Dy.reaa wUI 4lplc tb. K. 11. N.
tbo wind rnlreraaUat nlu.t who h.a irnd nft- ,,r,.a. t hapUn lo
that body, it 1.14 that aeveral IVinocratlc pmrbrri haveca-l louitln, tyr
ltbVrUo. of that port.-wbJcb.pM ILtHUuM..forJh ""'VhJ'm.nr
when conrrvaa Is In aetwtou AccrIUi!iy in many i
Wends of Chaplain Couden are .uarpeatlnc to the Ivm.rau ..Ml. "
" thit iu be a yery graceful and praclous thin,: to n-talu the prwartit
chaplain, albeit be U a Republican. Mr. Coudeu1. Wlwlueaa. It la polniejl ai
by thoee who are rauymg aruuna mm. .... - .
ceired in serrlce In the clrU war. At the aire of elchieeo he joln.il tbe M
Ohio regiment. H fought In the great little of SUIIoh aud tn aereral le-aff
engagements with credit In sklrmUb with guerrillas near Austin. MUmi..
May 24 lStO. being at that time In tbe Klrnt MlilHil marine brigade. Mr.
Couden' wss shot tn the face and eyes and waa rendered totally blind. Ue re
turned to his home in Cincinnati and later "pent seren years In educating
w..,ie h inatimtinn for the blind In Columbus. In 1S7! be wss gradu-
ated fron, ,ne tbeolofdcal department of St. - wTenc- unlTemlty.-Canton.
' w w k rhirn nf hla flrst uastorate. at Madrid. N. T the aame year.
when he was sleeted chaplain of the house be was pastor of the UnlTsrsalUt
ehurch at Port Huron. Mich. Mr. Couden la a natlre nf Indlsna. -
I certain corporal punishment as
a corrective, but to demonstrate to
him that It is for the good of all that
a corrective be administered where
due. In other words j it is designed
to be the carrytnfc'onj of the Golden
Rule of which' we. eo often read.
If we admit that we. cannot control
men unless we break their necks In
the hangman's noose ' we admit that
we have little resource In the handling
of our brother man. We cannot say
personally but Jhat It la true we must
break some men's necks in order to
have them be good, but so fsr we have
not lost faith In man to that extent;
we believe a man can be controlled,
and in- the end saved. Breaking a,
man's neck won't save hjrq; nur duty
to our fellow than is to assist In sav
Governor West seems to be a man
who n the present day and
nt hack an hundred or a thousand
That is the kind Of a Cover-
nor that Oregon wants and needs; and
her ppophs may rejoice
to a i a
chosen such. The editor of the News
Reporter seems to want to drift back ;
or at least he does not seem anxious
to move forward.
Certain it la that tbe time baa come
for forward movements In corrective
methods for prisoners. . Tbe sentences
meted out to them in this day and age
should be of a corrective nature; not
retaliatlve or vindictive. The tome
people, and those who want to be the
better people, must show advancement
if they axe to attain to leadership.
The editors of tbe State are not Jour-
I nallats If they do not take advanced
fr taking a stand as leaders and then
pointing backward. Men do not need
to mke nch a mistake; there is no
use for it; men do not do It except
'her attempt to pose as leader and
mrlders of public sentiment without
1 due stjdy and consideration.
! The story of the why and where-
rrinclaco Bmlneaa Man.
fore of advancement In matters per
taining to prison ltfe, prison regula
tions, punishment or correction for
errors and the carrying out of cor
rectives Is too long to tell at this
time. But we should be remiss in
our duty If we did hot nrge bur read
ers who are, thinking along this line
at this time to give the' matter con
sideration, and first of all .to open
their minds to the fact tbat because
a ceraln system has been In force for
ages does not In any manner argue
that It may be right or even per
mlaatble to thoee who really wiah to
do right. It is time to "stop, look
Planning for Annual Banquet
The church year of the Presbyterian
church begins April 1. To get ready
for the work of the coming year under
a system that has been carefully con
aldered tbe officer of the church
met at the home of C. 8c hue be 1. 714
Jefferson street, last evening. Among
other things plans were made for
the congregational banquet, held one
a inr, lur me courcn ana conarega-
T f T. . i; tli. - m I - t .TJ T I I
uuu. IUIS tii u u.u later iu uiv
parlors of the church and I a very
Distressed Mother (with crying baby
In street car Dear, desrt I don't
know what to do with this child.
Bachelor (sitting next) Rball I open
the window for you, madam T
Bio wero I don't know what to do
about Mis Wlnkum, 8 lie like me.
and I don't love ber. Every time I see
her I am afraid she will break her
Miss Bobbe How often do yon rallf
"No more than 1 can help."
. "Call of tener."
What do yen call your borser
"Knnny Mm for a hone.1'
Tep. What niaaays goes."
class selects officer.
rrleridly lblt Oss Will CimHl"
Tha rrtendlv lllble class held II
regular business mewtlng In the par
ktrs of the PresbyterU churcli Tues
day etenlM. Ther was
tendance of memberm, the election of
officers) being the chief Hera of Inter,
eat. As result of tb election Rph
Rddy will agaia serve as pr..uM
Miaa Mabel Tooae Is tbe new trice
president. Mine Uln U was re
elected secretary nnd Je Alldredge la
he new treasurer.
After the buslneea eaaitn tne
tng was devoted to games, mualo and
social conrerae. Mlaa Bl Schubel
and Mr. Pter eeral piano
numbers and ft mtied quartette sang
Old lllack Joe." .
Mrs, Andrews, the claaa. teacher,
. - . -. ..1 M nf tha
are a anon taia me
claae-to- thefflwidlhedit y of
k vrrlra tn tb elaaa. She told Of i
i ii v - - - ,. i
the claaa growth from SO to 7 ana i
ggested tnat a campaian -'
for Increased membership. An. effort
will be made to aecure an enrollment
of loo bWor tho class banqufl. which
WANTS TO M COOa
. . .. u..th. nd
Has wandered for Mentha "
wmiM Casta Home.
I'nder loa Angelee date there Is a
ir nf a hnme-alck lad. whose home
la in Willamette, applying to the police
of that lty for transportation bonis,
with the promise that
no more roaming for some lime to
As the etory Itoea the lad is the
year old son of r. M. Hennett. of N IH
amette. and he give hi name as ee
tat K nennett According to hla story
he baa been wandering about for sl
montha, with lltUo eucceaa '
finding tbat which would satisfy him.
Now, he aar. I wining
home and start It over.
BANQUET AT M- t. CHgWCM.
Speakera From Abroad and a Bountl.
foi fupaat uy tne uao.aa. , .
The men of tbo M. B. church en
Joyed a banquet In the church par
lor Tuesday evening. There wero 3
present and a most profltablo time
waa the outcome. .
Tbe speaker of tb evening em
braced Mer. Stone and A. King
Wilson, of Portland. Rev. W. T. Kerr,
and Harvey Croaa. of Gladstone. Rev.
Kerr is a member Of the a. A. R. and
well known erw
The ladle f th churca provided
a A . Ika Wn.
mnat exrellerrt . spread for th occa
ston. Frsnk Alldredge sang at the
close of the fcaat. Tber was a short
social "hour,", after which the com
pany waa dismissed In th singing of
the popular hymn, TAmerlca."
BRIDGE AT BUTTEVILLE
To Be Secured. By " Manner of
Means, Tl Said-
The echo of defeat or the Butteville
bridge project In tbe legislature has
scarce reached this city when W. K.
Purdy. who is leader In tbe Trl-County
Tush Qli.b. arrive In town with a
batch of. petitions -for circulallop In
tbe county. Th petition -is to the
County Court la Clackamas and Mar
l counties, and aaks for, action tn
th matter of a bridge.
U M. Felu waa with Mr. Purdy
they cam In on th boat and It la
tbe purpose of lite two gentlemen w
see that some petition are given
active circulation. A acor of name
were on tb petition Mr. Purdy held,
although that gentleman had been in
the town omy an novr,
great deal of time to convince some
folk, of that fact.
010 RESIDENT GONE.
Pneumonia Causes th Death of Frank
Kaiser, at New Era.
Frank Kaiser, one of th well-known
I reaiUPIlia Wl tjiaviimaa ,hnh'm
home Is at Peet Mountain, near New
Era, died at the family residence yes
terday morning after a wek Illness
of pneumonia. Th funeral service
will be conducted on Thursday morn
ing at the 8L Jame Catholic church
at New Era. Father Matthews ornciai
Ing The remains win be brought to
the church by launch to New Era at
9 o'clock, and the aervlcea at tbe
church will be held at 10:30. The In
terment-wlll b la tha New EraCath
ollc cemetery, where hla wife Is bur
Frank Kaiser waa born la Germany
POLK GAZETTEER IS OUT.
Complete Information for Northwest
Book Just Off Pre - Ha - Business
Directory of Cities In Oregon
(Th Morning Oregonlan, Tuesday,
January 17, 1911.)
Commercial Institution of the city
are receiving tbe annual gatatteer of
the R. L. Polk A Company, which Is
out for the states of Washington and
Oregon- It Is the most complete work
of It kind Issued In th Northwest.
It contains an accurate buslnesdlreo
tory of Seattle, Taconta, Spokane, Port
land and every city, town and village
In the two states. It also contain,
the names and addresses of country
merchants and professional men, lum
bermen and others, who are located
In the smaller place.
There la a complete list of the Gov
ernment officials, .commissioner, of
deed, state board, and stuutory pro
vision, and term, of courts, name, of
the potma4,-Hiotoffl, express,
telephone and telegraph offices, jus
tices of the peace, a list of 4h dally
and weekly newspaper. nd world
of Information carefully compiled. A
short descriptive sketch of each town
and much valued data I. given. -
An Important feature of the publica
tion 1. tbe classified business direc
tory, which enable, tbe eeeker of In
formation to ascertain at a glance
namea and addressee of all of tbe dif
ferent firms engaged In any given line
of business. Tb directory baa been
complied to meet the want of the
business community and has been In
spected thoroughly for tbe discovery
of any errors which might exist No
publication In this section will .upply
th exacting demand, of business life
like this on Just from th pre.. It
was only by the expenditure of a large
sum of money that th fact, were gath.
ered in the form that they war. Th
data I absolutely reliable, so that It
I perfectly aar for a concern to Issue
It list of circulars, dally letters and
prove any address desired by referring
or compiling sack Itn as they wish
from the book. -
Tb official data with reference to
the list of Government, .tat and
county official, will be found to b
eDClalIV valuable. It la anrraArarf u
I that tb remit, of tbe last election
.re all In and In consequence the book
I. thoroughly up to date.
an lbrarr 10. lilt. nV mo to
America la tbo jrer of li-la'-JiiUni
tl Detroit. Mich. In tbe year 1MI h
marrrle.1 Mlas Katharine risk a( Lak
Superior. Michigan. They moved M
Oregon City later tesMInf on rourth
and Main atreeta. and from. Urs)
moved to Nw Kra In th year of 1171.
where they have alace resided.
LAtON MIAtUWt It PAMIO
(Oonilnued from Pm One.)
siatemwu. but they do hot care to
tome hire, for they would loae their
Jobs If they did. TMs condition Ua
blot, a ataln and a smudge on the
good cltlsenahlp of the State of Of-
Mr. nimlcli charged that the rail
roads had opposed tbe installation or
safety devices, tbe creallob of a etato
. n.t nikaf mens-
j m mIIavs tha neot.le.
area ur.i ..- - . -
( twJf naBC (n corporations
wOMa rrfuae to go back to me nm
a of doing thing-. II referred to
I a.n.t..r farann'a bill providing that
I convicts should not be required to
l work more than eight houre a aay oo
I the public highways, and aald the
I men of Oregon Oty are law abiding
Icltliena. not drunhe antt cnminaia
.houM certainly have a mttch
ronaldcratlon , aa atat eonvlcte. The
Sanalor read the puhllahed statement;
of Circuit Judge Campbell and aald
the telegram of President 8chwabak
er of the Crown-Columbia Pulp
Paper Co,. In which It waa atated the.
Oregon City mM of that concern would
be cloaed If the blU passed,, waa n
gigantic bluff. ';
believe It Is high time,- aald h.
fnr tha Mtate of Oregon to blot this
disgraceful and rotten condition off
Senator RarretC of Vmatllla. ei
plained be favored the measure, but
be could not auPDort It. as It would af
fect a number of the floor mill In
Eastern Oregon, and Senator Ilower.
msn anrtted agalnal the bill a con
-The bill la eyfdently-Inletlded.'
said Mr. nowerman. "to remedy cer
tain alleged conditions In a particular
part of the State. The labor of a man
la hla own property, and he baa
right to sell If for whatever lime, for
whatever price and to whom he pleas
es. I am Willing to. appoint a Joint
committee to Inveatlgato theaa reporU
rd condition and see if I hla matter
raoutrea auch drastic legislation. Yon
are interfering wiin tn ngni or ire
' . . . . . & .a a
6B wb. . man put hi money In
T - m .illla
ttf Oregon under certain conaiuonn
he has a right to expect ineae txinur
tlons to remain. When w get an In
dustry firmly located her, thea some
enterprising Individual start, out to
prevent them from obtaining a fair
remuneration I think w ought to
look Into thla and w owe It to the
slat and to th Senator from Clacka
mas to find out th truth."
Nottingham and Joaepb had aom
question to put to Mr. IHmlck and
then Senator Milter, of Linn County,
filed at tb clerk' deek a protest that
he had received from employe of th
Lebanon Paper Co. and ctttien of
Lebanon.- MrrMlller made no com
ment on th protest, but simply filed
U. sad then voted for th bill
Senator Abraham sought to pass an
amendment providing that tbe com
missioner of labor may exempt any
mechanical or manufacturing Institu
tion rrom th provisions of th -
ur. that oflclal to aa hi own Judg
ment Dlmlck declared that auch aa
amendment would practically destroy
th bill. He said thai nowerman.
suggestion to appoint an Investigating
committee was a move to kill the bill.
Joaepb objected to the Abraham
amendment, saylsg that th Banat
should not shirk a duty and attempt
to make th labor commissioner re
sponsible. Miller objected tbst th
amendment waa offered without unani
mous consent, whereupon Abraham
changed hla motion to refer th bill
back to the commute, with Instrue
tlons to Incorporate the amendment
to tbe orgtaal bill, but the motion waa
Rlnnott supported tbe bill, lie said
th same objections were slways
urged for the defeat of the sort of
measures, and that factories could
easily adjust their business to altered
Albea aald th condition waa not on
of dollar, and centa, but of humanity.
"The right to elevate labor, Is oa
throughout the world," he ssld. "The
laboring man cannot work too long
hours and have tbe time be should
have at hla bom. I want to b on
th aid of humanity,
McCotloch mad an earnest plea for
favorable consideration of the bill
"There Is no such thing as freedom
of conlracLJia declared.. .."The labor
Ing man haa no freedom, nnleaa be I.
protected by unions. We have gone
far In this State toward political free
dom, but w bar done, nothing to
benefit the laborer. It 1. not up to us
to wrestle with the constitutionality
of tbl. question; It I. only for us to
determine th expediency snd neces
sity of this legislation, and It la up to
the court, to decide tbe constitution.
allty. I am willing to vote for a law
to give these men decent and reason
aoie hours or wont it is time .we
stepped tn snd took a hand In this
bane of capital troddlng down labor,
Oliver favored th measure In a
brief speech and Nottingham, who was
expected to vote against the bill, de
clared be favored It
The bill now goes to the House,
where It will be referred to a commit
tee. The House committee on labor
Industries Is Clemen., Pierce and
Clyde. It I. very likely that the fight
against the bill will be continued in
PORTLANn Ttmiam vrnrv
YARDS, Jan. 30. Receipts on this
market for 'the week have been 1469
cattle, g calve., 148J hog., S969 sheep
ana II II. at M. . .. .
Th cattle market for the week ha.
been easy In tone and price hav
sagged from ts to 10 cant, from to
high point of a week or two- ago. Thar
wa. nothing of extra' quality In tb
offerings and the top price waa not
tesiea.- . u , . .,., ...
The hog market also show, weak
ness In sympathy with Eastern point..
Supplle. were made up eqnally from
Missouri River and Portland, an th.
quality aside from contract deliveries
wa. not auch a. to brine out tha r..n
trength of the market The top price
it mm eo.uo. .
Good quality sheen hrniirh wwi
price.. One lot of wether, brought
15.25 and ewe. sold for u no un.i
of the sheep offered were not fat and
wit the heavy supply to choose from,
buyer, were Indifferent to avarwhin.
THE OLD RELIABLE OREGO
- CITY SHOE SHOP
GEORGE A. HARDIK'
FURF. DRUGS, PERFUMES, TOILET ARTICLES AMD
511 MAINTREET. Ntxt Door to
o. a LJkTouiirrni Pridt
THE FIRST NATIONAL- DAI
TraneesH a General Banking Buin,
There wss some business la th
bora division, and In keeping with
th sale, mad, quota! Ions are about
ss follows: 1 -
Drsfters. extra 1100 to 1700 lb-.
IICI to 1310; drafters, fair to good.
III! to 200; Chunks, 1100 to flM;
chunk, medium. 50 to 1100; drivers,
medium -to-good, 40 to f 110; plugs,
110 to ltd. .
Representative sales ere'as follows;
104 Steer 4..Un
104 Steer l.-ioxl
10 Calve . ..;..v,.,..
10 Calve -.
X04 Ewe ..
1 Stag .
(Reported by Gordon Bro. Co,)
; ........ms ti
VTY7.......... JJ CIO
t 100 Ml
.. 1110 4.10
RAINS Wheat setting II. com
1160 cwt. oaU fl.40. Paying 1140
cash for oats at this time. Jirea
brings lie sack, shorts f 1.21, middlings
1A6. barley 11.11. Flour la sailing; at
CHICKENS Springer, bring 17e
and are In good demand, bens 17c,
old rootra lie, young roosters lie.
Turkeys are quotable at toe, ducks
too snd geese 1 So.
-HEATS Dressed pork to selling at
Uttc at thla time and lbs same I be
ing paid la trade; 10Ve Is paid In
csah. Vsal selling 14 He snd paying
IStie cash. Bacon and ham sells at
too, shoulder 17c. lard command, lie.
FRUITS Apples command lie bog,
dried 5c to Ic pound, prune lo to 6c.
POTATOES Potatoes sell at 11.41,
with II 21 best cash offer. Seed stock
commands ft 05, cash 5c.
HAY Clover hay commends 11150
cash, oat hsy 114.50, wheat hay f 14.10,
timothy 117.60. mixed fit
EGGS Market non too strong at
Oregon City Quotation.
APPLES Th apple market I. still
firm with large stocks still on band.
Demand la good with prices from 60c
POTATOES Good stock la scarce
with the supply cleaning up; top pay
ing price 11.11 With tha firmara KnM
Ing because stock I. getting low.
oweeis sun on the market are all cel
lar atock and that la about exhausted.
VEOETAHLKH Onlrma ara atenna
at te pound; carrots, parsnips and tor-
nipa pieniy . wita selling price at 4)1
aack; beets bunches for 10c; plenty
of all kinds but market fre. Cabbage
and celery all California stocks.
FLOUR Tha laeHnatlnn la Anmtm.
ward In avmnathv with whaat vik
Is off one vent a bushel. Local flour
5 15. hard wheat brand 15.50.
CORN Belling l ton cheaper mak
ing rate 11.61 tn ii.tk tinniii a-..
about same prices bran 15c. shorts
si.iv, oariey IMS.
HAY Merchant, paying l4 -for
Clover. Ill for tlmnth mmA at
. - , -.. f I, UI
oat hay; selling alfalfa for 1 10 ton.
rnmj or nay 10 mt demand, aa yet
BUTTER I. weaker h,, .ni-
the asms price, paying 65c roll Cheese
slow demand and all cream good, have
1 ANYTHING:. . . ,
4 ' flV t..." a ,,)! I
Try the Qauifcd Cchassd -
3000 Xltxditt Daily '
I Utf Dctuu ui ui uyuu UKy
Gives Its " customers genuine scrvT
and its Increased business end gror3
shows that such service Is appteefcj
THE OLDEST BANK IH THE COUfffY I
('. .M. r.,.lrl., r. '
Werfc den while yen welt
Otrf Mottoi SttrfActton GoAfAntftd
C. SCHOENHEINZ. PfopH'
714 Main Bet lth and Seventh.
STATIONERY. ' PRESCRIPTION AN0 FAMILY ft J
.CEIPTS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. .
HONES MAIN EMU HOME, Ik
of OREGON CITY, OREGON
f essj) 'rOOO'aax
EGGS Firm st lie: al
MEATY Dreaead portii
lie to lte for choir, tai.
IIHc to lie. mutton au
POULTRY No desjsalbt
er fowls; chickens let sale
will . briag Co. ty
maad. . ,
Hope Tbe bop ntarka iw'
firmer and It Is bentajsit
who hold for the oeta X
get It Mo great nuiassx f
Salt Liverpool ............. t
Stock salt. gmKlkf
ly sfettasa e.a.aMt..
real tri j
Geo. Schriblar to Msr
lota ft and ft, block itassv
Steal Co,' Addition '
Add I A. Potof te ass
part tract la. Oak QnaVT
Edward Courtoia to Jaw r
lot . block 20, Windsor
OragoB atyj 11 1
C M- Coary lo ArtbsrLI
Fred C. Losing, part st
Farrow- Dr Lr C-. Nor ; F
W. W. Evarbart to J.II
south H Iota 4 and I, bM,
hart a 1st addition to Mas
II. N. Evarbart to C l(
part Hugh Gordon D, LO,
August Pad arson t Ya
sacttoa 21, township I mA
eat) 12000. J
Anton Mslar to W. L
al.. school lot; ft. )
If. T- Latham to W. El"
hslf lot t. blotrk t. MarikV
Gladstone Real Esiat
to W. R. Ranch, dots I sl
and 10, block 12. Glad
P. F. Sealey to Freak I
part I. 8. swafford
4. township I, rang I eat
Curo Ycur Rhcrr
AND OTHER ILLS OF TC
i- . . AT TH1 J
(Tb Heuae of Effl
Belli round-trip tkksts, f
moatbs. allowing HX
accommodation at t
' rlua, at Portlaad iu
ow. r. a n.
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For further 'informatlci'
trated booklet addrssi 1
Phy, IdedJoal 8v&,
Lake, Oregon, any 0.-;
Agent,, or write te r
' WM. MoMUE.V
' General P ,
' - pORTLAf-
except the best