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OHEGON CITY, OREGON, FJIIDAY, FEBUUAUY 10, 1911.
Per Week, 10 ents
f Chargo and
TalnBt It. Iiy
It la charged
k tie tba hand
f legislate Juat
wtaln big cor-
I the bill and
Jrtee thla and
ia that It waa
Ate a band In
be bill, a full
Jrlth but five
it a half doien
yorae for drink
1 Main atreet.
,rldK. At tba
f and cause a
it corner and
f ' Oreen and
f not alng at
Jted that they
f police rport.
ht sing at that
a home lot of
a atreet bridge,
Sooke went to
that tha noiaa
''Jtvlng heed to
ace atarted In
f Officer Cooke
Oreen waa hit
It finally with
I tha men bent
tag; word waa
Jcere that tha
Jnd to "Ret the
,elng. and that
k auppoaed, that
fal of tha men
M were hard hit
Treats wara made
jrranta will ba
)ra at ate, thla
A purpoao of the
latceaaary to nava
lef disturb tba
a resldcnca In
V Will Add Inter
.'rogram. I Gladstone, will
jne school house
X' 30 o'clock, at
an of thla olty,
aany mualcal an-
which proved to
i meeting today:
JWalU,". by Pol
- bV Bard; "The
f Hoist Mra. Eva
Invited to give a
fternoon, and her
her recent trip to
an our aim to aell
Jlaa possible for our
to tha fact that tha
lare have aomewhat
llty tha past two
continued tha aala
red tha exelualve
In all - anapee and
J Main Bta.
Oreiton City and Portland Oo-
caslonal . ralu; northeasterly 9
Oran Fair fast; rain west
portliB; southeasterly winds. .
Tba country over tha weather
la warmer; ooudlttima are favor-
able for rain In WashlnKton aod
'WORK IN HAND AT SALEM.
8 A I.EM, Or., Fab. 9. (8pl.) The
consideration of all Senate and House
bills providing; for tha construction of
permanent road will be taken up la
Ibe Housa at 10 o'clock tomorrow. A
lively debate la anticipated, and an
effort will be made to accomplish
Tha House baa paaaed tba Senate
bill empowering acbool directors to
make It possible to enforce the laws
Of cleanltneaa In schools.
Senator Oliver , haa introduced a
resolution providing for double liabil
ity for bank directors.
Tba Housa passed tha bill prohibit
ing Inter marriage of whites and Hin
dus. Tha women want - another try at
woman suffrage ana ask that they
may invoke the Inltiattra.-
OREGON SYSTEM ADOPTED.
SACRAMENTO. Cal., Feb. . Sen
ator Gates' constitutional amendment
porvldlng for tha Initiative and refer
endum waa passed by the Senate to
day by a vote of 35 to 1. Senator
Wright of San IMego voted axalnat It
Tha amendment provides for the Ini
tiation or laws by the people upon pe
tition Blgned by per cent of the' total
number of votea cast for Governor at
the last preceding eloctlon and for a
referendum on lawa paused by the
Legislature on petition of 6 per cent.
Ladiea Aid Maeta at Parkplaca.
Tha Parkplaca Aid Society met at
ha borne of Mra. Flora Krasior on
Wednesday afternoon. There waa a
good attendance, and tba time waa
spent In needlework. Tbla society
meets every week, and In two weeka
he organilatlon will bold a aoclal
afltirnoon, when tha hostesaea will be
Mrs. Frank Lucas and Mra. John Kent
Dancing Party at Parkplaca.
The Whiteman orchestra will give
a dancing party at tha Orange hall at
arkplace on Saturday night, at which
tha women of the Abernethy Grange
will furnish tne supper. -
SENATORS GET STAMPS
TO THE SUM OF $3
HOTEL MEASURE HAS BUT FEW
FRIENDS MORNING SESSION
CONSIDERS SENATE RULES.
SALEM, Or Feb. 8. It waa a good
ny for tha Senators, They doubled
their pay In a very simple manner.
The Senators receive 13 a day for
their services and thla morning Sen-
tor Chase Introduced a resolution for
mora stamps.' iso nice new 2-cent
stamps for each member, making; $3
worth of the atickera. Thua, by Im
proving tha business of tba Salem
postmaster, tha Benatora also doubled
their compensation for February 8.
Not all the Benatora availed them-
selves of thla opportunity, for at least
Joiuph and Dimlck. declined with
thanks, after looking over their stock
Two election bills were aent to the
cemetery by the Senate thla morning.
One waa Joaeph'a bill for voting ma
chines, which received an unfavorable
report In tha committee. Tha other
waa Slnnott'a plan for a non-political
Judiciary. Thla measure proposed
that, for a Judicial office, no political
party ahonld be printed opposite the
namea of tha candidates. An unfav
orable report killed the measure.
program will I Kellaher'a plan to have hotels In
t Woodfln. a welLrfspected found no friends and waa In
uennneiy posipuneu. vimiing nuim
and traveling men recommended the
meaaure, but without avail. Even tha
president of tha Travelera Protective
E AaBOclatlon for Oregon and Washing-
jnder tha follow- ton haa been here boosting for tha ho
tel Inspection. Tha objection waa that
there la no demand for creating new
offlcea. Thla objection doea not affect
tha Multnomah delegation, which will
vote for two mora Circuit Judgea. Tha
Kellaher- bill allowed the Governor to
appoint and thla arouaed tba opposi
tion of the Administration's enemies.
Only two new bllla were Introduced
In tha 8enate today, which la the
smallest number yet. Tha Senate haa
had 280 bllla.
Most of the morning waa devoted to
a consideration of new rules for the
governing of tha Senate, which were
prepared by Bowerman. . One of the
principal rules la limiting the time to
be consumed In speech-making. Copies
... .v. --( M.l.fl will l nrtntari
r . ' .. and they will be considered later.
NEW STORE BUILDING.
W. C- Green to Erect One on Seventh
W. C. Oreen la having aome exten
sive repatra made to his building on
Seventh atreet, which la 'occupied by
Mra. Newton, the confectioner. The
present building will be moved to the
rear of the lot, and a new building
erected, which wilt have a full glaaa
frontage, and will be an attractive
building when completed. The build
ing will he occupied by Mra. Newton,
and wfll be uad aa a confectionery
and Ice cream parlor. -
" Helda' Quarterly; Meeting.
Rer. Jamea Moore, of Salem, sup
erintendent of thla district of the M.
R. church and ita church work, was
In tha city yesterday looking after the
buetneaa Interests of that denomina
tion. In the evening he a poke at tha
church, making hla uaual Quarterly
addraee to tha Methodlata of Orwgou
City. Thar waa a very good attend
ance and an enjoyable aervlce.
SECRETARY KNOX fAVORS
. . AND JAPANESE
FOR GOOD WORK
OREGON GOOD ROADS ASSOCIA
TION SENDS OUT A BULLETIN
TELLING HOW IT HAPPENED.
AGITATION M(M GOOD RESULTS
Fight to Ba Continued Without Regard
to What Legislature May Do
Good Already Acconv
The Oregon Good Roads Association
la sending out the following bulletins:
Whether or not the State Legisla
ture provides Oregon with a plan for
systematic highway construction the
Oregon Good Roads Association be
lieves that during the last year more
has been actually accomplished to
ward permanent making of good roads
than during any other period In the
State's blstJry. Thla la because of tha
widespread conviction . which It haa
Iteen possible to obtain that Oregon's
first and greatest development need
Is good roads construction.
One of the most potent factors for
the dissemination of educational mat
ter leading up to the general convic
tion df good roads need haa been
the out-atate papers (membera of the
association.) Discussions of the need
of better built highways, and of the
plan for aecurlng them have. In the
papers referred to, been full and free
and frank and effective.
The Oregon Good Roada Association
doea pot Intend to give up the fight
for highway construction whether the
good roada lawa aa adopted by the
legislature are aatiBfactory or not.
The leaders . of Ue organization be
lieve that with the help of the State
prtaa and the progressive cltlr.enshlp
unofficial promotion of the good roada
cause will be effective and desirable
either In conjunction with the enforce
ment of auch lawa as may be passed,
or if the lawa are not passed tha un
official plan It la believed will be even
more effective than legislation.
STONE OIL WELL IS
SHOWING UP PROUDLY
NOT ONLY SIGNS OF OIL, BUT OIL
IT8ELF IS BROUGHT TO
Work at the Stone oM well la pro
greaaing fine and the workmen have
the debris cleaned out to the depth at
which the charge waa eet off. This
depth Is 850 feet, and there waa much
aand and broken atone brought up In
the bucketa while clearing -out the
well preparatory to descending further
Into the bowels tf Mother Earth.
With each bucket of aand lifted
came signs of oil and In many cases
there waa oil Itself. The Indications
were So marked and numerous that
the stockholders In the well who were
on the ground to aee what waa doing
became very enthuslaatic over the
showing. There la oil In quantity, of
that the drillers are certain, the ques
tion yet to aettle la, haa It been found
In paying quantities
As eoon aa the remaining debrta Is
removed from the well. In caae the
owners are not satisfied with the
quantity shown, the drill will again
start downward. At present there Is
much more oil In sight than at any
time before. The stockholders, too,
are jnore aacgulne than at any pre
vlotU time In th well's history.
The aoclal given by the United Ar
tisans last night proved an enjoyable
event. There waa a good program with
raualo and dancing.
Will Meet Thla Evening to Arrange
' for Church Embellishment.
Tha committee for decorating the
Methodist church for the exercises to
be held on Lincoln's birthday, when
thai membera of the O. A. R. will at
tend services In a body, will meat at
the church thla evening. The oom
mlttee will be In charge of Mian Belle
A . WAR BETWEEN AMERICAN
Gray and Misa Alice bailey. On that
occasion Rev. Zimmerman will preach
a aermon appropriate to the occasion.
AN ADDRESS ON LINCOLN.
Mayor- Browned to Talk to High
School Assembly. " "
Mayor Brownell Is scheduled fW an
addresa at the High School Aasembly
this morning. . As patriotic day la
atlll in the minds and Uvea of the
people the Mayor will make a talk on
"Lincoln." There is perhaps no one
man whose life has more of Interest
In It for the great majority of the peo
ple than Abraham Lincoln. Add to
thla the fact that Mr. Brownell la
full to overflowing with the spirit that
Inspired thia ' great Commoner and
one haa a reason why Mr. Brownell's
addresa la one certain to entertain and
instruct the young men and women of
the High school.
Prof. Thorne Will" Attend ' Banquet.
Prof. Thorne, of Portland, will be
the chief snoaker of the evening at
the Brotherhood meeting to be held
at the Bk.iri.Ist church tbla evening.
Plana are perfected for a good time.
There will be aeveral local apeakera
alao, and mualc provided by orchestra
and piano. Aa tha ladiea of thia church
are known for the bountiful provision
they make for the inner man, little
need be sal.d on that score. w v.,. ,
. - -
Boye From Sellwood Coming.
There will be a meeting of the
Kntghta of King Arthur, In the parlore
of the Presbyterian church, thla even
ing." Rev. Bowen, former pastor of
St. Paul's Episcopal church, will ie
present with a few of hia boys to aee
them Initiated and put Into line for
work In hla home church In Sellwood.
The young people are planning for a
very Interesting time.
STAHDISH WINS SUIT
FOR $923 lilSURANCE
JURY, GIVES EST AC ADA MAN A
VERDICT FOR DAMAGED
. , HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
. vr " ',
The suit of J. M. Standlsh, of.E
taeada, against the Inaurance Com
pany of North America, waa on trial
in the Circuit, Court Thursday before
Judge Campbell and consumed the
entire day. Standlsh shipped a lot of
household goods from New York to
Eatacada and had them insured. They
were broken and practically destroyed
In transit, probably through careless
handling, but tba .Insurance company
declined to pay under the terma of
the policy, which provldea that the
company shall not Buffer loa except
through derailment or a wreck. Stand
iBh - promptly brought suit His at
torneys are G B. Dimlck and Uvy
Stlpp. The Insurance ' company la
represented by Veaile aV Veaxle of
Portland The caae went to the Jury
late .Thursday afternoon and a vei
diet waa rendered for 8983 In favor of
the plaintiff. , r ..r
Backache and, Kid
ney Troffbles ;
- - - - - .
KID-NE OID Plasters
BOo per Box.
Money Back If Not Relieved. '
Prescriptions and Family Receipts
Filled With Pare Drugs.
Quality and Prtoea Right
CHARMAN Cl Co.
City Drug tteee.
' Next Door to Klactrle Hotel.
Paclfle pfcoae II Hoaae Pmoa 41
ARE PLATTED FOR
SPECIAL COMMITTEE . REPORTS
"HOME RULE" ORDINANCE TO
COUNCIL MINOR CHANGES.
SALOONS K3T LIKELY TO RESIST
Discussion Led to Statement That
Oregon City Saloonlsts Are
' Acting Fairly Well . ..
Certain people Interested In better
conditions In and around the saloons
in Oregon have worked out and had
type written suggestion to councils
for an ordinance govern lag the same
The suggestions are - termed "open
front" for. saloon manipulation and
have to do with cleaner and - better
saloons and drinking places. A copy
of these suggestions has been received
by council and referred to a special
committee of which" Councilman
Meyer la chairman. That committee,
after due consideration, reported the
matter back to Council Wednesday
evening with suggestions, and Coun
cil Instructed the City Attorney to
draw an ordinance according to the
suggestions and that body will act up
on It at the next meeting. , Following
la the text of the new ordinance aa
the committee ordered it drafted:
1. Absolutely prohibit the sale ot
Intoxicating beverages to minors and
prohibit minora . from frequenting II
censed, placea where auch beverages
are aold. Make the minor so pur
chasing equally guilty with the man
1: Prohibit the sale of Intoxicating
beveragea to habitual drunkards, or
to Intoxicated persons.
3. Prohibit women from visiting or
frequenting places licensed to aell in
toxicating, beverages, except where
Such beveragea -are -aold -with -bona
fida meala in a legitimate hotel or
4 Pmhlhlt lnafera. vaeranta.
wnmen drunkards and minora from
frequenting such placea. We auggest
that tha nn'vpr tua riven tn the flA-
loon keeper or any one In power of
the saloon to eject thece loafers or
vagrants, using only necessary iorce,
without being guilty of a misdemea
nor... , . . . -.. .
S. Cloae saloona on election daya
during hours that polls are open.
Close at 10 p. m. and not open earlier
than 5 a. m, except Saturdaya and
days previous to holidays, when priv
ilege granted to keep open until 12
6. Prohibit all licensed placea from
opening or keeping open or selling
intoxicating beveragea on the first day
of the week, commonly called Sun
7. Prohibiting manufacturers, whole
salers and jobbers oMutoxlcanta from
selling Intoxicating beveragea to
8. Prohibit gambling in such li
censed placea. The ordinance should
have a provision that no dice or cards
should bo used In auch placea even
for playing for drinka or cigars. No
boxes or partitions or acreena or any
openings of any kind allowed In sa
loona except toilet and store room,
said store room to be used for stor
age only and the public prohibited
from entering same, except an officer
of the law,
9. Limit as 4o number of licenses
to conform to what la now In city
10. Make the man who purchases
or attempts to purchase intoxicants
In licensed placea on Sunday or In
the hours In which auch licensed
placea are requiring to be kept closed,
equally guilty with the person who
sells, or attempts to sell.
11. Make It unlawful for any li
censed place to display or permit any
lewd or Indecent picture or pictures,
statue or Image upon the walls there
of. 12. Provide for open fronts In all
licensed places. Openings to begin
at 4 feet from tha sidewalk, thua pre
venting children from seeing" Into the
Interior, but permitting all others to
IS. Provide for the punishment of
any barkeeper or employe found vio
lating any of the liquor lawa.
14. Bartenders and employes of a
licensed liquor dealer should be held
responsible where they violate the
law against positive Instructions from
and without the knowledge of their
employers, and ahould be guilty of a
misdemeanor. Wnere the licensed
dealera can prove to the satisfaction
of. the Council that the offense was
committed without his knowledge or
connivance, only the offender himself
should be punished, but a second of
fenae by the same employe should be
regarded aa having been permitted by
-18. Compel all holders of licenses
to display same in a conspicuous place
In hla bar or hotel. ,
16. Provide for the publishing of
a digest of all lawa pertaining to the
liquor traffic, one or more coplea of
which to be furnished with each it
cense, and each holder of aame ahall
post It In hla place of business.
17. Reserve to the, Council the right
to revoke any license at any time for
cause, and maka violation of any pre
scribed regulation cause for revoca
tion. IS. Make the penalty for violation
of any ofense against the liquor license
law carry a minimum fine of $10 tor
the first offense: for the second of
fense a minimum fine of $150, and
make a third conviction punishable
by a fine of 1500 and the absolute re
vocation of the license. Upon license
being revoked make It Impoeeible for
the licensee to ever obtain another.
is. Free lunch prohibited or free
drinka with lunch.
SO. All licensed pool rooms moat
close at 10 o'clock p. m. and must be
on ground floor. .
21. Drug stores must sell only on
22. No dice or games of chance al
lowed in any store.
There was very little expression of
opinion by Council on any topic In the
within suggestions, simply a caae of
permitting the City Attorney to draw
an ordinance In accord with the sug
gestions of the special committee and
leaving the discussion and amends
tlona to the time when tba ordinance
shall come up for passage. Little waa
said to Indicate where the aeveral
Council men stood aa to favoring or op
posing the suggestions.
Many things In the proposed ordin
ance are favored by the better class
of saloon men and It la not thought
there will be much opposition from
that aource In case the new ordinance
doea really conform to the suggestions
HOLMES' DAY NEXT.
Women's Club Enjoys a Specially In
teresting Program Thursday.
The Women's Club met at the Com
merelal Club rooms on Thursday af
ternoon, and there waa a large attendance-.'
This waa'ene of the most en
joyable meetings that haa been held
thla. aeaaon ny th&xlub and. jauch.ln-.
terest waa manifested. . The program
waa In charge of Mrs. W. A. Shewman.
Mrs. A. A, Price favored the membera
with two, vocal eelecttions, and waa
heartily encored; Misa Louise Hunt
ley played well two piano selections,
and responded to encores. Mrs. Eva
Emery Dye, who recently returned
from the Hawaiian Islands, ' gave a
most Interesting aa well aa Instruct
ive talk on her travels. Mrs. Guy
Ray FrazeHe, whose home la in the
Bast, was present and talked on "Bet
ter Literature for Boys and Girla.
Her remarks were greatly appreciated.
The next meeting will be held at
the Commercial Club rooms, at which
tltue Holmes' Day will be observed.
Each member will respond by a quo
tation from Holmes', works. The pro
gram Is In charge of Mra. Rosina
City Engineer Buys 8 ita.
City Engineer Noble has purchased
lot 5 on Twelfth and Center streets
from James Wilkinson. Mr. Noble
t 111 exact reai deuce onthe property
he haa Just purchased, and aa eoon as
completed he and hia wife will occupy
HAS BUSY SESSIONS
NEGATIVE WINSJDEBATE THIS
WEEK CHALLENGE ISSUED TO
WINNER OF COMING DEBATE.
Clermont literary society had a
packed bouse at Ita regular weekly
session Wednesday evening. Every
seat was occupied two deep and
there were eager listeners standing.
The letter received from Maple Lane
Grange which was published In the
Enterprise was read and considered.
Aa there were many present from
Maple Lane, and aa It was deemed
best to discuss the question to them
selves, It was decided to take the mat
ter up later and ae what can be done
to provide means for the one grange
filling two bills.
The debate for the evening was,
"Resolved, That the Indian has More
Cause for Complaint Than the Negro."
The speakers on the affirmative were
Frank Mlnter, Mra. Lewis Sutherland
and Miss Ruby Seals. The negative
was discussed by John Gaffney, J. E.
Itowner and Miss Letha Jackson. The
negative won the debate.
The big program la to be presented
at the meeting Saturday night, at
which time there will be several
farces, literary numbers and musical
selections given. Elaborate prepara
tions are making for a rousing time
and the house la certain to be filled
to overflowing. ' r '.-
At the next regular meeting Wed
nesday, February 15 the question to
be debated Is, "Resolved. That the
Fruit Growers Union la of More Bene
fit Financially to the Small Grower
Than to Be Without the Union."
Tnere la a debate on between Moun
tain View Improvement Club and the
Mount Pleasant Improvement Club
and the Clermont aoclety haa Issued
a challenge to the winner of thla de
bate, time to be set later and the ques
tion to be debated to be the choice
of the party challenged. The debate
Is to be held at Clermont
CLAIRMONT Plant yur dollar ft Clairmont Acr
sssaaiMsa' ae it w return you Bank Rolls.
With all ojf the convenience of the city and ple-urea
of the country, it is the most Ideal place, for a hoaae.
The present low price of the land will remunerate tbe
purchaser two or three times in a short time.
The best soil that lays out
o ilnvn tinnflnrrmnnlh ' '
W. F. SCHOOLEY Cl GO.
? Oregon City, Or. BOTH
The Last Day of the Bit Sale
A T TO L P O L 71 R ' S
ANYTHING Iff THE PURMITURE UNI.
"Can be found at thla a tor an Main Street, Between Fifth asf VlaAkr'
A futl line of Dishes and Household Goods. Rsimntbar. the ban afey
of the Sale Is' " ' ' 1 " ' ,' -
S A T U R DAY
jlifVt.; .'1,4. A WAVJ'te-"'l''"-f
ON NINTH STREET
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH HAS
TITLE TO THEM, DEEDEO BY
REV. ATKINSON'S HEIBS.
CITY ATTOY WHS CUfl GOT
Church's Attorney - Refuses a to B
Wiped Off the Map By
the City Attor
ney. 'The question of the "ownership of
the 30 foot strip of land abutting Ninth
street, and facing on Madison and J.
Q. Adams streets, which Is now
claimed by the Congregational church,
waa the aubject of much comment yes
terday. After almmerlng the matter
down -as- far as possible the aitttat
seema about aa follows:
Rev. Atkinson aold a half block to
the church for $1, and the deed calls
for the block from the atreet line
assuming the street to be 60 feet wide.
Later the street committee, believing
the atreet Is 60 feet wide, ordered the
street Improved. The lot owned by
the Congregational church waa as
sessed for benefits, as were other lota
aituated the same'way. But the own
ers of the other lota In that neighbor
hood owned to the middle of the atreet
and In the settlement the city waa to
pay these owners $200 each and de
duct the benefits, which were but a
part of this sum. ' Aa the church had
no deed for the 30 feet In the atreet it
waa taken for granted that It waa the
property of the city.
But aa soon as the assessment waa
set against the church property, and
the rebate made kown for atreet pur
chase. It Is avered that membera of
the church bustled out and took over
on deed the 30 feet In the street, about
which there Is now some dispute.
The report of the City Attorney,
advising the Council to gar ahead and
pay no attention to the claim made
by the church, is an Indication that
he thinks this eleventh-hour poaaea-'v
s ion of the atrip in dispute Is a anap'l
Judgment matter, and that he la of
opinion that It cannot be maintained ,
In the courta.
1 The attorney for the church, C. H.
Dye, a vera that the claim of the City
Attorney that . Rev. Atkinson moat -have
Intended to give, the strip o the
city is of little moment In caae there
la no title shown, and that 1t In no
way heads off the claims of Mr. Atkin
son's heirs, who are the ones selling -to
the church at tbla time. -
There Is little doubt that the church
feels that It does not care to pay fat
damages to other people In the same)
neighborhood and then have . 30 feet
taken from their lot and an additional
assessment levied for the work.
Mr. Dye says that In case Rer. At
kinson forgot that he owned the land
to the center of the street, and did not
for that reason convey it. In no way
estops his successors from conveying "...
It; and the fact that he did not at any
time convey It doea not argue aa to
what waa In his mind In the matter;
and If be did have something In his
mind In the matter and forgot or nag'
lected to carry it out doea not make
it Impossible for hla heirs to act as
they aee fit in the matter, and without
reference to hla promlaes or, his In-"
tentlons. . ,
Prospects for a fight In court are
good, and It is likely to be a good '
fight. The church doea not Intend to
be Improved out of Its property If It
can help It. Mr. Dye haa -no orders
for future action, but will report and
then wait action of those having la.
charge thla matter of church business.
Two Mechanics Liens Filed.
William LaSaDe at Son have filed '
a mechanics lein for a balance of f 250
on block 4, In Covell. .They erected
a building on tKe property for Sal He
B. Barnea. - .
Alex Wetzler has filed a mechanics '
lein against Albert Brownell ei al for ', '
1172.50. He waa employed by Con- '
tractors Joseph Hartman and George !
Wlragh to clear land. ' . .
- Four People Mad Happy.
Licenses '. to marry ' were ' Issued
Thursday to Daisy C Morgan and
Albert H. Demke, Marie Hollman and
Charles H. Stelner. The latter. 'bovple
are from Bearer Creek. j . .
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