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MOUNINO ENTERPRISE, TUESDAY, FERRUARY 7, 1911.
OREGON CITY, OREGON
E. E. B3SDIE, Idltor and PubllKr.
Application made far saoond elass privU
le at tha PostoCrtce t prao City.
Oracon. unVr tha Art of Cooiraaa of
aUrt-h I, H7.
teins f jitsciirnod.
Ona Tear, bjr mail tit
Bis Month, by matt It
Four Months, br mall , 10
Par week, by carrier It
Ylrst Ps. prr inch ftrat Insertion. . . .114
Flrat Paa. prr Inch addad lnaartlna..ltta mag six or eight IfHir
I . I . u mVi J I Ml - II
ftrat IniirnkHi ,. 1 fro
Prefecret r-ualtton any par, par Inoh
aJdrd Insertions 10c
Run paper other thaa ft rat page, par inch
first ineertlon He
Run paper other than first para, par Inch
aedea: Insertions so
. Loral 10 par Una; to regular adver
tiser to Una.
Wants. For Sale. To Rant, ale . ona
rant a word ftrat Inaartlon; ona-half cant
Rataa for sdvertlslng In tha Weekly system that la very exponslv
VnternrlM Will ha Ik. .am. .. I ... I
dally, for adrertlementa art eeoeclslly I our pre! Ot fipenSO bring U Httl
lZ.ZZlYrJ: K?Jr. .v,i,lmr,J comfort or pleasure but It coat u
THERE ARC CONDITION.
Th. I hour law contest ought to I
brinj to mind tbla: There 'are condl-
tloua In thla Ufa and It ruattara not
how they cam therw which If w ar I
honest In Our view. w tuuat meet, and
consider. Tb Ideal cannot bo left-1
lated In; It muat be a gradual growth.
We may say certain thtnira ahall no I
longer exlat; and. If they are thing
one may reach and take hold on be I
may nut an end to them. But tb
moral end la what la aimed a and I
no amount of legislation ran affect
The Ideal condition would be to work
leave them the re it for mind aud bodjr
Improvement. And If men would all
work .to that end conscientiously that
could be attained. Hut It would need
to.be conaclentloua work, and under
new condition and aome people
might not like the condition. At the
present time we are living under a
World's Lara est Battleship
Launched at Camden Yards
or the weakly. WTwre lha advertisi-meni mnifurt nr nlaaxur
transferred from tha dally to tha week- ""n'0 or P'P8"f
y, without chanaa. tha rata will ba la motif f. d If are to keen on In I
wva iut run n ui papvr. via 4VO an i . . , . . . i
toch for apeciai poaitkwu 'ht way our Uvea muat conform In a
Cash should accompany order where I measure to that system.
TV. rfv la i.MLnAWn ! I....ln . - I
the Enterpria; 7 " " That la- M condition are now; If
Lcai advertising at legal advert lalnc
Circus advertising and special transient
advertising; at !&o to 0e an Inch, accord -Ing
to special conditions govamlng tha
"Flra Sale- and Bankrupt Sale" sdvrr-
iwements J&c inch rirst Insertion; addi
tional Insertions same matter Ho Inch.
News items and wall wrlt'en articles
of merit, with Interest to local readers,
will ba c'adly accepted. Rejected manu
scripts never returned unless accompan
ied by stamps to prepay poetace.
The Lakevlew Herald think the
A see ruble hjsue la dead. It ta hoped
o, but next election with a U. S.
aenator to elect will see whether the
reptile wont come to life.
Eugene will probably be the 'next
Oregon city to adopt a commission
- form of government What the peo
ple want la result from a city govern-
" ment, and the practical trying out of
ome forms of commission city gov-,
eminent give results desired to a con
we are to make great change there
must be new adjustments; what of
these? tVe cannot expect the employ
ing xlass to stand the whole brunt of
the' change unless It can be shown
that It la the employing claaa that la
making all the error. Thla It will
be a hard matter to do.
I'pton Sinclair laat summer showed
hi readers how to live on nine cents
a day and use only four and a half
Jerseymen Organize to Dlscoor
age prospective ShuHIIns Off.
HAYE CHAMBER OF HORRORS.
Photo by Araertoaa Prsaa Association.
' 4lany farmer In Oregon would be
better off In ten year If they gave
way half their land and fully culti
vated the remaining half. A boy In
8outh Carolina recently raised more
corn from three acre than any of hi
neighbor did from SO. In many places
in Oregon better living Is being made
from ten crg-thanrrom."l6i)"6f the
ame kind of land near by, the differ
ence being In thorough cultivation and
The United States Court has de-
clared that a law passed by Initiative
goes Into effect the moment the eleo
Hon Is ended, the canvassing of the
; Tot simply confirming it and having
no force In fact except to show the
. measure is operative. And why not?
It' the ballot that determine whether
or no a measure wins, not the count
ing of them. It may not become con
firmatory till officers with power
count and announce the ballot, but
when It Is passed It Is In force and a
oon as the confirmation Is made ac
tion may be taken that dates back to
Us passage by the people.
There are some people who do not
like the Oregon Senators they say
, Chamberlain is a Democrat and that
uourne is no better. But all should
be gratified with the news that they
we to win out In their contention that
the two Portland appointees of presi
dent Taft who are opposed by these
Senator are to be turned down by a
Senate committee. It looks at this
si.nce if tbe men were not
Uerson. How many want to live that
way for a steady diet?
The work In the paper mills here
can be changed so that no man need
work over eight hours a day. But as
to what changes would need be made
we cannot, say; perhaps the owner
do not know themselves Just what
these would need to be. These chang
es could be made to conform with the
wishes of the men In case there were
uo other mills with which the mills
bereroeedjto compete.- But there are
the other mills, conditions are a they
are now, and as to what of the future
we believe there I no one who can
say with absolute certainty.
This Is a question of conditions
and not one of sentiment alone. The
men owning these mills must be guld
ed by condition to a large degree.
About all they can do at tbe outset
without loss to themselves Is to-make
a start on a plan that In the end will
work out about what the men em
ployed In the mills could wish to see.
But when that Is worked out the
least productive of the men will have
given way to men who can produce
more, and the mills will be paying lit
tle more per ton for finished product
The condition that btands out In
strong relief is that a ton of paper
IIKN tb battleship Arkansas glided down the way Inlu tha t Via.
war river at Camden, X. J., the world'a most f.iruiliUty floating
fortree waa put Into the slrmatit In which she lll Uvp-andjiier-hap
dio.-Mt Mary-iyMaeoa. the-daughter t'f Omerewiian B ITr
Macon, bad been selected as sponsor for tbe new ltrlehl- she la only alt
teen year old, ana so much attention mad bar nenrmis. aud she bald to tbe
bottle ,Qt,CUfornla champagne until the cord by which It fastened to
the gigantic bull pulled It from her band. The bottle waa amashrd against
the teel prow, and om time later Miss Macon f on pd her voice and si-reamed;
I christen thee ArkansaaT The Arkansas Is M4 fert lms at "the load wsier
line and Rta feet long over all. Her beam Is nlnety-thme feel two and Bve-
eigntn incnea. ana ner inai arart will tie twenty-eight feet six Inches. Mbe
will carry twelve twelve Inch guns mounted In six tiirrets and .will have
twenty-one five-Inch rapid Are guna. ten small guna and.Wo submerged tor-
na.i.1 til Km Taral, A Kl II ....... I . - . . , . . . ...
i.i - - mi -uii7 inu 10 ion engine, wnicn will
furnish 2S.IH10 horsepower, which will give the vessel a speed of twentv and
one-half knots an hour. The Arkansaa will need eighty Ore ofllcera and 1.030
men wnen serving aa a flagsbii.
' YU 1 start Ik. '
The Bank cft'
L' - i
Will Open Hotel July 1.
R. H. Tabor and family are getting
ready to make a start for Cannon
Beach, on the bosom of Old Ocean on
the Pacific Slot) soma la. ....
week. Mr. Tabor owna a hoti r-.
MAH . ....
uearn, ii miles from Seaside, on
the road being built from Seaside to
Tillamook, a stretch of new road SO
miles long. It la rearharf k. . t
heavy timber and three mile of hand
some beach. It la a fine Mir. t. .
summer resort and the bouse win b
vT.-nr-u duly 1. (.
WJSTlTa ReJ-ct Oreoort System.
CHEYENNE. Wvo V-h
State Senate today defeated the House
meaaure providing for a recall of state
"ten and the Senate Initiative and
TmqSp Did Hr Part
"i,,,asBsfca, iilinii iiii
J- A. Hodges and family h 1VS fnnvait
cannot and muat not mat mnr ihin out to house near Ijitouretta hHH.a
I hi.li... . -..-e
a certain price to enable th. mill lo Tw'VT.T . .
sell at . nrnfit in h.i ..h "V- " roruand. was
v .7, "cung nusiness In this vicinity
other mills. last week.
i Mrs Garrett, of Mt. Angel, waa vls-
GORDON HAYE8T0 SPEAK. . "w u- u. Robeon, last
Mr, j. p. Kholl la conflnarf t...
Lincoln Day Exerciae Sunday Prom- k' 'TLX ? "
iae More Than Ordinary Interest. T": Her two o. Will
C rA n 1 l.u L I I I . .1 1
najea nas urfln inviieu to
speak at the Lincoln Day com mem
nd A. L. Jones, visited her 8un
orativ service In Shively hall oo gun-L i tmTa rtvanhOT Pnt Friday
rla. atA4Mn Ol sk w a I V'CUI"H IIU BallUrnaV DrMI..J
naiiuwu. rruruurr 15. JUQKe .i.k . . . wunuu
McGinn, one of - the most popular i J? .JV ,,L,rB- Jennings,
speakers in the State, has accepted L.T' V - . Wl Qu,nn wnt to Mt
an invitation to speak on that occa . JIT . . . Tbursday, to attend
slon and If Mr. Hayes accept, a it is AZnn 1 e,r Mtller' ReT- J-
believty he will, that will assure the
...... . u iu.i win inuri i ue I - u.a.i , ...
attendance of two entertaining speak- ..h " ,pent Thursday
era. !f"?.,Fr,da.5r of Ia wk in Portland
quartette has agreed MV:Bs:nl"n!rn f n"are"
I sing, and Mrs. lw.LJJh Mr-
opular soprano, will J.. Wm r on J
to be present and
rence, a very popular
have a part on tbe program.
Sixteen Applications for Membership
linn .. -- r
Jtreet last week. Wednesday'. Mr.
jT?K,ner !" qulte P001-1' thl winter.
....Ru.OT nuriev, or Center treet.
iinl I a sit On...a
nd citizens, hence whether or not business meeting Monday night with tJ- H. Dorsey. of PIe.Mnt ,venile
Faiher-Why don't you whip my Uj
If be Uoemu t behaveT
Teacher-t du,, but be wont stay
Thinking It Over.
Masting Plsos Deseraled With Itapaa.
Peisen' Bollls ed Pistol Trantee
ClubUs AntiKssia ef ftebsrt leul
tevsnsan's fsmsus Band a Whs
aught ta Slay Sslvsa.
Walter llanulsoii of Treiilou, N. J .
has.tarrlcd tus; of Itobert UmiIs hu
veuson'a ImwI known fain ia a slvp
The uoVrllnt made fatiiotii th Kul
t ills club; llunuiaoli s.t-ks iiolotU-ty Jar
a near atib lde club, lie -uoeati t rati
It that, nudum tb rWl.-ly For Ibe
1'1'llft of leoiili iil Krllow Men more
to his IlkltiK. bul only those who have
tried to eud their lle are eligible to
letubrhli. Ho far be baa galhrred
forty kluitml spirits about bint, aud b
biea to have lutl sH'ti.
1'pllftlng take )iace ultc a wrek
Each nieuibrr of the society la rout
HlleU to take an oath Uxu elrctlou
that he will tell wbcu, where aud why
be trl.nl to kill himself, bow be felt at
mat time, now ne rit immediately aft s,,ut,wrat quarter, aartlon II. town
erward aud bow he feel at tb time ahln 4 soulb. range 1 eaat. etcent a
vi giving pis leatiiuony. I nuy one I acres; 1 1.
nut la lolil. It Is said, bul only I tieo, T. and Email ne Jan Hoffman
the members know, aud part of Ibolr ' Mt. ihm ly. fk Power Co., right 10
oath le thal they will not talk ouisiita iconairucl tunnel, over north half of
tbe mewl Ing rvom. , s.Kith hair. Mellon in, township
This meet Inr nnitu U droraterf alk "h. range 5 skat; I HI.
nnmriatalv. KnlvM - K IJIfSun to Ut. Mood HV. A
mi.tT IHilaoil Ix.ttlea ea. h with a hi.. owr 1 " . tOWD-
Inr an. I...... ........ ii.. ..i- t I ""H "". ra eajii: aiwo,
' T" 1 " II I 1I..H. I ii -1 . . a am. . .
.Ibl. Ibis history piu-t KrialnJO lb. mAt'iutZ
member giving tb. memento. At any ,.l,V,"L.l IZZ'JSi 'I'V
rata 1. I ..." " -
' - - Hmm Biiv "Hlir Bllllin ha I nf aiHilkaul ... k.
thing. Tb muat striking iblug In lb half of southwest quarter of aoiitheaai
riiom la tbe nn.ll that hang over I quarter, sac Hon 0. township S soulh,
"""i iiauuiauo a rnair. ii reaoa; I range a east; sjo.
Kdard W. (illlam to IWniamln r.
risk, undivided half of soul boast quar
ler of southeast quarter, section K
township I south, range 4 eaat. and II
Far fin shoe rpalrln
THE OLD RELIABLE 0
U l x SHOE SH0?l
Wrk ajena Wn, y0- f
Out Motlot SitlsfActlon Goai j
! Main Bat lsth and leV(ntJkJ
D a LATOURinT Prsldnl
THE FIRST NATlONAli
of OREGON CITY , OREGON i
Transact a anaeal Bankleif Bwalne,
IlsnnUoti la la earnest In bis ulsns I nff ulh aid of northeast quar.
for tbe society. Curious at.-lm.n. .r. I r of southeast quarter, section S
included amug Its members, aud tbslr I townblp 1 MU,b" f i t; S
fforts lo help each other, It 1 aald ""J' ,I,S-
have resulted already U nuaitiv. t !m ""f1- 10 j"!""'" nk. south.
- 1 w aiai i n iim ri mr tw m.t mt a.
SJ - - .-a WS -trvnuwsjsj UB t
ftouihraal ouarir ot aiiiiihMi iiiP.
CURIOUS EFFECT OF HENBANE lr,tw!lt,";il',ownilhlp,,u,hr,
, - I . . Ml I . , V1V1FV.
Mil Wrml ircw B - Ixlef to A.
It Hughe, lots 1 and 1. blurb 1. Waal
O. A. Cheney lo llaiel Ttxne. lot I
biick 11, Oregon air: 110,. 1
Charles and CUraea Moras to Elmer
A. Osmnn, lot a and I. north hair lot
4. north half lot IT bite ta an is
l" paid la .trus-Jr"
caah. Veal s.iiu.'.'T
IH' -h nTsI?
IOC. BhiM n, ,7?
lMd c .0 le ZJ
commands ItOtaaW -lUYCIovtr
cah. l hru 11 3 '
MeusanerdThrewit Into Temporary In
sanity ay feiseneya fleet.
l. Pbllli, a German i.hy.U Isu. de.
scribes In an article ullabe,l In a
Muuk b medical journal tbe rnrloua af.
feet of henbane imumulug on tbe
He tells bow Iweuty Ove visi
tor and some employee at a boardln D,'r I. Palrvlew addition to Oraxm
eeiauuanmeut at Psvoa ate iHirseradlsh quitclaim.
tlm In nsarlr si
om little ctlr,A
nearly eibaustai bJ
on la over m
nearly so, bat eu.J
Hill artlvlt ajuO
are firmer bat
firm with bur sl
lemand la good rq if
to ft. - I
George C. and Rlliabeth VEI in
Charlea Moran, lota I. S. 4, 6. e, U,
l. 17. II and II. block I. Kalrvlew
addition lo Oregon tntyj qultrlaim.
Jamew M. audNora llechart to
Charl Moran. lots . , 4. I. t. II,
lo. 17, I". 'nd It. block t. Kalrviaar
addiikm 10 Oregon City; quitclaim.
which quantity of henbane nw.t
nsu iieen accidentally mixed. All tbe
persona wbo bad rateu tbe mixture
were poUoued. tbe women twins the
A Itusslan lady wbo snoka tierm.n
fluently forgot that language complete
ly; an englishwoman wanted to teach
overyooay uer native tongue; oue wo
man thought herself a llvlne- .t.i...
and would not move from one ikmIHou'
another Insisted on crawling about tbe
filMir In - ......
ui a t 1 ua ma nt.iM.-ti A . . . .
ha lll. runilAHD MARKETS,
.uo nsa lost; several wo- I !iv.i..i. " r:
men could not stop l.uahln.: a ..re. ke k. V T."."0
nt placed iw.utv.n.. "L. . "... J,.r':. '"IT; "'"l l"M'"' -'.
tie- In h . .I."" ..w "DB. "P. Th l.r-
- - v-vm imi iiiaipai nr in , !i. u... vnr rani ft . Ik. u . . .
of tha .i.iinn ITi. oeiore ana
or me visitors. I (he conseauani Lutein. ... ....
Whan h. .. . .. . . r.Z .7 " "v
'ni.h in waa .-aiiA.f in ini . .iiin.il a 11 ai I... ...... f
. - - - .u 1 iuii iii nil
ui 111 woman rumi. 1 riaaans nut aalea nr miaiti. 11. u. l.
-.1 .,. . . . " I . - - - --. j iKinwa
ss ail viu mend suit W....I.I "ere mane at Strone flanr.a
lesve him. A man busied blmaeif in TmP ,ra brought M 21 and s.wva
.vuiiiiiig imaginary Imuknolea wbb h " " - M,0,, bulI It. SO,
op on hogs waa ft jo.
he snatched from out of tbe air. while 0"e,,r' ",,,n,3r IH"C t 6c per lb.
anotuer man sat out lo Bud a chemist p
lost bla memory and proceeded (0 Lu itL mrk.": r.'4 ,h-f brought
lot of uselew article from v.H... .. .. or 0"'-rr lmb. sold
we agree with Oregon1 Senator In
many things we ought to agree In the
turning down of men who are unde
sirable for any position of trust
a large attendance. There was nn. who worked In the hlacVatik
ronHM.t. Inlll.l.J I .1 ..I with Dalnt. r-- " . ""'V
auu mere were 161 l. . iksi moniD, is now
applications for membershlD. The working In Sellwood.
contest for members is now on in Mr- J- Knotu, of Mullno. waa the
earnest and is producing result.
History Proves That
mtion Best Armed
Br HUDSON MAXIM.
trouble with moat so died peace adrc
1x1.1 mey .peak from the heart
- than they do from the head.
thoaU 6 tW Claw08 o Pce people
those who want to make peace sum i. . V
inc for ita . . 0 b mPlJ rm
lor ita maintenance and tho , .
"u. v in
guest of Mrs. P. m n..n B..-
nlrht . ""nosy
D. C. Robeson, whn ho. u. .....
! Ill il. . " imu am iuii a-
Lhi. pMt wee.k ' 'Proving. He
- una a nam in m .1. . . .
. , ' -. vocal wnicn
i" "nil very weag
P!t f'nr i. . J ..
unit 1 11.11 rna mfufAn. .
ki. .v. . . i
Ifnnii. WD,le 'Pl'tUng WOOd
Monday morn nr. Th a.. a -
the wound and h. . .Z 11 ."i:
m. ediiin aiong
J- W. riarto. whn llva. I- n, ...
May's cottare on n...-I . 7'
bought Dronertv of r r Tl
build next summer.
The hop yard In ir...ii ....
and many lot. .old ' w m"
kfra n .
.u..,cr ana aatighter. of
Mr and Mrs. Lewellen thla week.a
" r M T Til UJII 1 1 W BLaj AI lis
vi.it i vi. v Z . , was
T-i.T8m; 0lne ueorge Tuesday.
r,Thh .Mo.Un.n 'mprovemeni
cnair. The regular rout in. v....
W" I'- Th lecture
. u. w. unrnn. had a fin. .
prepared as follows: Y..ZZLV"
.j inciiu, suid tlli inlnl.iar -I,,..
hss given you fuo-i r,1P ,..,
reflection v " " useieaa articles from various I .. i,,, V ' tamoa eoia
Welsh rabbit or the cl.t fn.i . ZI.L ' tUTa ot "P to more In the siorker ifna ih.n ...7.'-
u - m w yM ws mr I U las UFUnMim 111 . At., aa . a I . w hbih SI W t. IUU.
"fr .v. :..:" ' "luia m thi Dons mirhii u i.hi.. ..
ua i-iiiows. artl.a i. .-j .v
Antidote, were s.l.e .. . ... .7 ."2. '"".'7 w"
ed. and In ti ' -r "",rr' Zr:"" "i "" mrougbout th.
... " 'PW nour. i km xi norses have brnuaht
Neldlg. colonel J. c. Ijr and W S,
- j iii-T nifHr nnfa
.. . ' ssv-a as wm'K Ml
the home of one of ih. ,.t ":
MJ their nnl. wmv
T'h......I. at a
Traveling 8nle.m.nn-. , ' n'r '' for Mght
Anything ,0 ,n v" ' , " Up 00.0K).
"The Uoas-Yes. Itemamf... .. th. un eT" r 'eld
II the sufferer, bad regaluAd their nor- '"""r nd th demand Is very 1c
r",en v for ntllliy .,,.. TberVl.not
i in ii can ror rancv drivers h..i -wi
I r. ... I ..1.1. .
r la TING ENDLESS CRIBBAGE. n. l7m? 'n1
lewa Qu.rtst, Tet.llnB 270 Years. Csn'l
Qt Twsnty.nlne Hand.
Four meu, whose combined sa.....
er more than 270 rears ara i.i.in. .
i"n";!Lof.,;r!b,'uKe ,or point.
liTl.5 Th. player.. .1,
n7.MiL "" Wr. H
The follow In aalea ara ..
mm it Kw 1 . .11 . .
-j -u.WJ vaiging lor iU mainten.nc. "o. Adal.ne Curran rJ V,."
ANV-.OF..TMrBa-.Z - Or5. NATIONS- PRAurt I ThaatnilNf'X'.''' ,ej'tf''HeMl ved
v.... - WER IS LIKELV AT aa, " ,nAr p.,"." ."Vi "" Than 01
"1V"AN AND -LUN0EPI NftTJ ' M"1 TO TUN .idZ1?"'' A large
.w DEFEND ITSELF. TIME Asin a 7" "PriePARED peanul.-were se "!
MOST PRACTICAL' KIND n ..." mE STRONGEST
f THAT WHICH THE CANNO ua. BEEN "OVED TO
When there are a lot of big (runs in f rn-
render, the people who UVE AND dTSS? l0ng the
THOSE GDH8P. equipped to make alnvfESS BEIIIND
riUfLE who live and thrire and h tU. t , . . . V111-11
. . wmir neninrl Inn.
at th. rio.. I. .v. . Present
Ina- w..T:7, 7 "deling, and danc
M?mb.',m.,n Unt" ""In'Kht.
time. . --"I- auu an nad a fl
to prevent war. .nd to obviate the
-. .ij., tWi)Eug TO
1 ne Rev. t t. .
City, was brled"'at th. MmJrWm
neighbor, and tt& -
Vf ( rt.ll .
j-... .111 msrnnam - ...
ton to aMww,i .k. .r". " 10 oiiv.r-
Mis. nrn,. ZLZ.l"V. ?' ""ruary.
rmltlnn . . " rft"'?ned h
- ."- .-""Vtt r. 'atnem monev. if h
rrni-nA.. Tl . " W lit
I:!, ""y l cw"rce afforded br the ,. f. .1- -I of T"V.. l0I!''.nd.MI". Mabel Mliiee
ej .need it, for defen-ive RJd!!S III M "! th ta r. "
.t. , Kiaingi store, and Mis. Mahi ui. ..
1 . . - J -f ni '--"-"a. ""a Deen Mrnniil
1 '-w mn iii'nn t . i v larpnc ihnm.. . . ........
wune the people bhin,1 - ... v """' raono7, nd after the .tore. "". " mo wor"nK in
Misses Myrtle and Laura Iteker of
Amsville, Marlon .n. V "r' of
er U heaven-, flr.t la
oracr. you can.
Weedsn One Barred,
Oct all the though ney.rai
have n.aterliillT,..i 11.- " .
73 Steer. .
131 Steer. .
29 Blear. ,
10 Steer. ,
47 Cow. . .
62 Cow. ,,
29 Cow. ..
12 Cow. ,.
14 Calve. .
5 Hulls ..
8 Stag. ;.
206 Hog. ,
73 Hog ..
15 Hog. ..
twenty-eight bonds" i3i Ewp"
id 1 Umbi
mathematical chance of
2 I-raftur. )
2 Chunk. (Unbroken)
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once In loo . t . -I'laruig
In th novel contest Ward 11 ml Hen-
There is a ts.k ,t d
Sm, buut U . . worn ae, ret.
career every hj ri
ejuanc that IW 4
omewbal If tot sf r
Gund atm k I sratm- -'
11.60. and aotsatif
spring that prln 1 4
tin hold back 1 kjrr..
getting mor. mf:
cellar atoca. tUmZ -
t 2. pound; fng7
nlp plenty IUa4
sack; bta I kaaajkl
of all kind baM
nd celery all
nxVH Tavttal x
ward In ympik
I off on cent law 4
Ing rale. ti lati. ,
bout same prVw-w!
11-25. barley II H "
HAT MerrlMM K
clover, 117 for tut
oat hay; elllof inft
I'ltnty of hay to aw. k
D UTTER Tkert t
th. market and !
to 66c; butler U mOH
la alow a. ar all ami
SXJ08 Th'ra aj 4
Ih. market and tktsv
30c the .doien. I
MKAT8 treaaei an
ile to 12c for choir
17Se to 13c.mnlio.kt'
POULTRT -No mmt
r fowls; chlrkMt
III bring lie. W(
Hod. The ko
firmer and It la Mr1,
bo hold for tb. est
get IL No great W
ntocg ait H V.
Cure Your I
AND OTHCR ILH Vj
(Th Houm f iK
"Htr-n. sir Wh.t vi. ...
do " """n "UCk
tron-An-thl.,. so If. not . d
There ."tV." ?''d Counc...
oon a. it esn 1'""l'"u w ne held
dlerm?n. aito whefbrtV"4 for t0
that city wl.h tomorrow T' 0f
Putting In of a..:,. ..!lrr worl(".
(Reported br Gordon Flro. Co)
' aomng 11 corn
$5 th b.4.i Hour U ..,, M
writisn Car.1... . -1 - I imnM. -
Th csrryln, "r;B".::'.. . a"-" bring 7o
KXi.OOO.ono net n, forp, , Turkey, ar. quotibl. at nl - .
n.c:.tt'n,n 20c.ndge.Ml3c. " J0' ,uck
I vtc at thla tlm and th. a.m. i.a.
nie. show a clear ne..n
.-.-... m sun,-
OOO.OfX) a year.
Talka ta Mink a.i .. ..
Prof. Harrtn.ton. taaVh'i-...
"on at Pacific TTniv.e.. " " "oc,,.
Orove, wa. In attan.n" .i.".' ,0.re"
noon aasslnn .v- ..." . i.r-
day iiZ; ' "T n'Kn 8choo Mon
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