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- " MOItNTNrt ENTERPRISE. "TITEHDAY. PEI1RTTAUV 21 1Q11 , " f
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LOCAL DM ITS
. j iJmlnhl spent Sunday with hit
p.rrnta la Woodburn.
ii W. -Tarry. of Beaver Creek, was
-w. -Prihrtlerof Kugene, u among
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tlii Oregon 1 "'"'" "
t, narirove, real estate man
w lu tr" City on business Hat
m Hrideiiatlne. of Eatacada," waa
irauauctlni buelneaa In Orwm City
Monday- - ' "
" John Malnwood, una of tbe farmers
r..Hi(lli'K t t'nby. waa tranaactlng
,11H, In Orn Wy wionoay
Kennel h ilrlinin. who la attending
il.t ori'Koii Agricultural Colleae, waa
vUIIIhk In Oregon City Hunday.
Tl, hni 1 1 mi In the rata case, aa to
ihu fin' between ln'm "'T aim rori
land on th O. W. I'., will be held to
morrow. Tim KnlKbla and Indies of Security
( 11 ni' I'''"""1 concert thla evening
for Will Curtis.- ho III for
" All.'" Adams, who liaa been having
i .trtii-.Kl" wlili grip and kindred Ilia
Is now suffering with rheumatlam.-but
n slowly improving. . .
Cluster llorttunn haa filed aptillca
don In tlx "'"Jiy clork'a office to
register tha II' In to Iota 0, 10 and 11,
Mm k .3. and block 6, In Oswego.
fi. M. MeKllllean. of Redlsnd, on
uf ibo hn "irrn of that aectlon, waa In
Oregon t'liy Monday, bavlng brought
load of (Kilal(Xa whliii ho disposed
OiuVrie .of ..(Jefaull and reference
have Ix i ii Kiiti'iPiHfi th divorce suit
of j.iumIo 13. 'o a. William II. Xon.
anil Minnl" flu'iilrrell va. George 8quh
II. limiH'r. wbo haa been making
bin home hi thla rlly for tha paal two
or Uin-e yeara, will aiMn leave for.
Hali'iu, where h will attend tha aobool
for Hie.driif. .
K, H linker has arritd Ilia posi
tion ux IxMik kiH'iwr and raablnr of lb
t iilit'd Siiiica Coin .Machine Company
lth litiiliiHrtira a the Lew la build
liiiiKlui't thla Tventiig by th Ijtdlea
AM 'H l.'ly of tha (lladaiona Chriatlan
rhuh li. In lb" rhiirch. larlora. A good
liniKmin. with Judge Kavanaugh
" Janwa Wllkprann, of Canity, a wall
limian r nidi-lit of that plare, waa In
DrrKon t'lty Haturday. and while bare
yUli.'il with Mr and Mra. Hlchard
SrhixMilM.in, on Heventb atreet.
The Indli-a" of Clrrle "('," of the
rrcKl ti'tlixi rhurrh, will give m china
utiowrr in (ho rhurrh (tarlora thla af
liriiiKn. from a to 6. Mra. Dye will
Klvo mii liiii-ihailng talk on her trip to
Hawaii. All are Invite to coma.
, Thi bi in flt fhtertalnntetit for Will
Curtl l.v the KnlKhta and Iidlea of
H'-rurlty will ! kI'h thla evening In
WoinIiio'Ii of I ho World hall. An III-trrt-HiliiK
irni;rain hiia bueu arranged
for ihe affair.
fo Jdiiih, of Philomath, who baa
Jtwue llnig "'"it
tn the IHiicnh of hla mother, returned
to hla Inline Monday morning. Will
Jonea, hla hrother, whime home la at
Carun. returned to Ma home yeaterday,
after vlhlilng wllh hla mother.
Itev. I'Mllp T. Hauer, of Huliui. waa
In the city Monday and completed the
liurrhaM of a 1"4 acre tract from Dav
id M. fchaii, of Willamette, for a
homo for hla aged pa rent a The old
genilemaa Uilnka' be will be able to
tlo a eofiKlilerable "farming" on the
tract afihln the next few yeara.
The Artlaana attended the St. Paul'a
Eplw-opiil church Sunday night at S
o'clock, In a body, and the church waa
filled In Ha rapacity with inembera of
thla order and membera of the church.
Rev. t'harleg Itolilnaon, rector of the
churrh, preached an appropriate ar
mon. and the veated rholr rendered
' March .11 la the Inat day In whloV
one can Join the Oregon City Fruit
and Produce Colon at theJow rate of
five ilolt.'ira a ahnre, for on April 1
the mock will be advanced to ten dol
lar! a ahare. Thoae who wlah to
avail ihcmaclvea of the low price
should do ao at once, for It la only a
queatlon of time until all will -want to
belong. The I'nlon la ahowlng up well
Electric T Heat r Itr
LE ROY 0SB0RN
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C A. LANCASTER.
th MRN.FROM ARIZONA
Everything different nothing repeated. New
songs, new dances, new play. Chorus girls con
test Thursday night. Don't Miss It
TWO SHOWS 7:30 and 3:45-1 5c, 20c
for a younaatar and tha tn m.i..
U record breaker la to all Join and
J n qulckiy. r .
Mra. Charlee 0. Kaaan, Hiate organ
lior for tha Chriatlan .church denomination-
gave two. Interring addreaa
a t lha Uladatone church Hunday.
Bhe bad much to aay aa to the work
In Hunday achoola, and proved a very
entertaining talker. Mra. Kaaen re
mained to attend the monthly council
of the offlcore of the aame cburch,
which waa held Monday evening.
Hoyal, Charlea and Aluort "Kalea
were Hunday vlaltora In Portland.
Mra. John Jacohaon, alck the paat
flve.wenka, la reported aa no better.
Ther waa a bunlneaa meeting of the
Kpworth UMKiie In the fiarlora of the
M. K. church Monday evening.
fllttdatoiio trtd Kellowa weft Mvlna-
corialu of their iiw iimmhera now
Ui'aroo exporlnucea luat iiIkM.
Mr. and Mra. Ralph Mlller'a lltti-
aon, Marlon, alck for aeveral weeka.
ahowa no algna for the better.
Mra. Kred Clark, living on Dlvlalon
alreet, prfwented her hilNhand wllh
ft 12 iMiund bahy vli'l on Moiidnv morn.
lug. Mother and bulie dolnc nlcelv.
Coliiiillila Hook and Ijul.lor Co. will
alve a grand ball In I limed 'a hall
Wedneaday evening. I'renaratlotiN
are making for kmx time.
There are aeveu daya more In which
to join the Orcaon Clly Fruit and
Produce I n Ion liefore the niemberahlp
fee la advanced. Hetter aend vour
name In today so aa not to be ! late.
Chan. DullliiRor. who went to Heaitto
to tuko a poaltlon In a atore tn that
city, U buck at bla old poalUon In the
Huntley alorea with a tileaaiuit amlle
for all hU frleuila.
Healdetita of (iladatone hiive already
began to plow their gardeua for the
early aprlng planting. Ifa the early
bird that Rta the worm; and It'a
woima that make the ftah bite when
he early warm daya come.
Harold 8 w afford, who la a very
popular whUHor, Jiaa coTiaented to
Rive a number, at the . Will. Ciutla
leneflt concert thla evening. If you
have never heard hi in yiui ahould do
ao; If you have you will want to.
There waa a full attendance at the
M. K. church Hunday evening to hear
Itev. Juiuoa M. Moore, dlatrlct auper-
nicntlctit of the Mnthodlat di-nomlni-
tlon In thla part of the State. Ha
gave a goH n.ldreaa that waa Well re-
celved by bla bearera,
New acalea have arrived at the
warerooma of the Oregon City Fruit
and Produce t'nlon, and now It la
poaalbln to weigh tblnga to the hair.
Ilrlng In your fruit and produce and
ae If you can't get more for your
money than othera.ran get for you.
PEOPLE POINTED OUT
Mr. and Mra. V. Muehler, of Shuhel,
were Orego n Clly vlaltora Friday.
Mlaa Violet Johnaon, of Portland,
waa the gueat of friend In thla city
Mr. and Mra. Jeaa WlTllama, of F.I r,
were In Portland Hunday vlajtlng with
Mr. and Mra. Clark' Uanong were
the RUeata of Mr. and Mra. Wm. Mc
Jmlge G II. Dlmtck and wife went to
Hubbard Sunday where they vlatted
the old home of the Judge.
Mr. J. M. Jjiwrence, of Ik-nd, la In
Oregon City vlalt lug at the home of
Mr. and Mra. C. (. Miller, of Seventh
atreet. " "
Mr. and Mra. J. W. Colo left for
I'nlon Hot Spring yeaterday morning,
where they will remain for aeveral
Mra. Edward Shaw, who haa been
vlaltlng with her pArenta at Pbllo
math, Oregon, returned to her home
Mr. and Mra. O. W. Cuttai of Port
land .were In thla city Sunday the
gueata of their daughter, Mra. A. II.
Mr. Joe Oerber, formerly connected
with the Oregon City Enterprtae, but
now of Portland, waa vlaltlng with
frtenda In thla city Sunday.
Mra. Tleth liar on aad baby, of Port
land, who have been vlaltlng her par
enla. Mr. and Mra. E. II. Cooper, left
for their home Monday afternoon.
Mr. 'Wella, a brother to Walter
MUSICAL COMEDY COMPANY
Entire Change of
DON'T MISS THIS FUNNY
Walla, of thla city, arrived In Oregon
City on Saturday and rlalted Sunday
at the home of bla brother. Mr. Walla
a irom uatikoah, Wlaconaln,
Mlaa IJIIy Andereon, of Logan, Ore
ion, waa guuat over Hunday of Mlaa
Meaara. Chaa. and Dert Daytan, of
rortiana, were Sunday gueata of Mra.
Lloyd Wllllama and Mra. W. C. Green.
Mr. and Mra. R. II. Tabor left Mon
day for their cottage at Cannon Beach,
where they will apend the aummer.
Mra. Engall la clerking at the John
A ilama atore during the abaonce on
vacation of Mlaa Mabel Mllla, who la
vUltlng ber parenla at Waahouial,
Mr. and Mra. Harry McCarver and
daughter. Mlaa lelln, of Portlund,
api'iit Hunday with lh former'a moth
er, Mra. Mary McCarver at the home
of Mr. and Mra. C, C. Haboock. '
Mra. A. Johnaon, of Portlund .arrived
In Oregon City Monday to vlalt with
her daughter, Mra. Maiwell-Telford.
and aon, Kurt I,uta. Mra. Johnaon la
Jiiat recovering from a aevere lllneaa.
HepreaKntallvea L. K. Jonea, R. p.
Curler and M. A. Magone, and Btate
Ki iiHlor W. A. Ninlck returned from
Hali-in' Hunday morning, where tbey
have becttlu attend mice at the liegla
lalure. Mra. George K. Hwafford, of Kugene,
Ore., arrived In the clly Monday for a
vlalt with frtenda here, to be gueat
of Mr. and Mra. J. I Hwafford. The
twin b'iblea, who are the pride of their
grandparenta Ml lit red and Miriam
are with her.
Mr. and Mra. Prank Campbell, of
Scllwood, aM'iit Sunday at Cunemah
the Knott of Mr. and Mra. P. II. Smith.
Wllllum und Walter Vandobel, of For
out (irove. were a I ho gueatg at the
home of Mr. and Mra. Smith Saturday.
.Mr. Ham Helling, who haa been vUlt
log with relutlvea at San Francleco,
Cal., arrived In Oregon City Sunday
evening, and aetit Monday with Mr.
and Mra. K. T. Klclda, and hla alater,
Mlaa HoHit Helling, who la making her
home In thla city.
Mr. and Mra. Joseph tlraendle, Mr.
and Mra. Mcl-arty, Mr. and Mra. H.
M. Caddell, Mr. , and Mra. Cbarlea
Nohle went to Portland Saturday ev
ening, where they attended the Valen
tine party given by the Mdtea' Auxil
iary to the Caledonian Club at the
A"dl,or,um 208 Tb,(, "trwt-
Mr. Jamea Wlllet. of Tacoma,
Waah., haa arrived In thla city and
will.' with hla family, who baa been
vlaltlng wllh bla wlfe'a parent,-Mr.
and Mra. Cbarlea Noble, jnake their
future borne here and Monday moved
to the cottage on Tenth and Waahlng
ton atreeta. Mr. Wlllet waa formerly
connected-"with the Pacific Telephone
& Telegraph Company of thla city.
PLAYING .THE ELECTRIC.
The Play for the Weak and the Caat
"The Man From Arizona." la' the
name of the play that will be present
ed at the Electric- Theatre by the le
Roy Mimical Comedy Company, which
ta fimngrnni,ngnRprnfnt for BT'Wfck
at that place of -amuaemenL
Among the musical numbers that
will be given are "Any Little Girl."
"Ilea My KUIdo," and aeveral acleo
tlona by the chorus and a aolo by Mlaa
Mamie Haalam. The caat la aa fol
io wa: "Mr. Samuel Cohen," W. R.
Siegfried: lU'ncle. Robert." the Man
from Arizona; ' "Maggie," Mlaa Cora
Hualam; "Margaret Harrington, Ma
mlo Haalam. ' '-
BOOSTING THE UNION.
Fruit Inspectora Over the Stata Say
Union la te Be Winner.
A. J. Lewla, fruit Inspector for
Clackamas county. la home from the
convention of fruit Inspectora at Cor
vallls and reporta a very profitable
time. Several of tbe membera of the
association manifested a considerable
intereat In the recent organization of
the Oregon City Fruit and Produce
t'nlon and had many i worda of en
couragement for the local society . All
propbecled that the farmera and fruit
miners of the county are on the right
track In effecting the organization and
the prediction waa made that there
could be no failure If reasonable aenae
waa used In tbe conduct of the bust
neaa of the organization.
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FARMER WEEK OAC.
DRAWS LARGE CROWDS
CLAM ROOMS CANT AFFORD AC
COMMODATION ft PRACTICAL
CORVAUS, Ore-., Feb. 20 The Im
mittiae enrollment at tbe Farmera'
Week at O. A. C. baa. taxed tbe ca
pacity of tbe claaarooma, audltora at
some of the lecture being forced to
atard outside the door because of the
The Immenae practical value of
these lecturea la reaponalble In part
for tbe popular Intereat In them. For
orchardmen there waa specific In
struction on choosing, maintenance,
and care of orchards, handling the
fruit crop, growing cane fruits, pre
vention and cure of disease and insect
pests, top working an old orchard and
budding and grafting In a young one,
and apple packing. Special aid waa
given thoae from the arid regions who
wished to grow fruit, for those Inter
ested .In grape culture In Oregon, and
thoae having atrawlii rry beds to care
Dairymen and farmera having Block
to rare for were shown bow to aolve
their problems, from the daily cure of
tne family cow and the Judging of beef
rattle to the cotiHtruetlon of dairy
barns '. and bog houses, ' veterinary
science, the care of horses, tests for
tuberculosis, choice of pasture and the
rare and Judging of sheep.
Much valuable asalHtance was given
thoae intereated In truck gardens,
grain cropa, and the Improvement of
the soli of their farms. The domestic
science department alao offered a
large number of eminently practical
and helpful lecture courses on the
solution of home problems. Including
plain and fancy aewlng and dressmak
ing, millinery,, .cooking and serving
meals and light refresbmenta, furnish
ing and decorating tbe home, launder.
Ing, the rare of children, exterminat
ing Inaecta and aanitatlon. .
. The following are registered at the
Electric: . .
Bertha Rider, L, OsKbrn, Vada Peek.
Marie Cahill, Margaret Doyle. Wllllaf
Newton, Cora Haalam (l-Hoy Musical
Comedy Company): O. C. Newman, O.
McSprague. H. Holmes. Tom Church.
Bernard Peterson. M. Trulllnger, Mo
lalla; W. J. Gordon, J. U.rStlpp, Pen
dleton; O. W. Dlahop, Mullno; Walter
Serfrend. J. Maxfield, J. E. Mum pow
er. Stone; G. Ralney, city.
Need of Exercise.
Heat la produced by exerclae, which
aids in keeping the fowl warmer In
the coUt acaaon. The heat produced
cornea from the oxydation of the car
hon or fat In the body. Thla relieves
the fowl of fat, which ia Injurloua to
the egg-producing organs when It col
lects around themr" Exercise Is a ton
ic to the whole aystem of thefowl.
In order to get hens to exerclae
make them work for all Ihey gel to
eat. You can not get them to do this
If they are fat or have been overfed,
without atarving them, until tbey get
hungry. After they . get real hungry
scatter some floe -wheat . (buckwheat
or millet) among aome fine-cut straw
or old leavca about 6 Inches deep on
the floor of the feeding room, and they
will acratchand work w 1th all their
might to aatlsfy their hunger. You
can ketp up this dealre to scratch by
rot feeding srrinnch-ln the momtngr.
The hens will then have a desire to
scratch all day. They ahould. how
tver, be given a full meal at night.
AIL NEW PIECES.
No Playa That Have Been Produced
Tcfore at Electric.
The LeKoy Osborn Musical Comedy
Co. made Initial bow to the theatre
goer a of Oregon City Sunday after
noon. . Tl;ey played a eontlnuoua ahow
from 2:3), afternoon, to 10:30, even
ing. The rozy little' play house waa
crowded to Its doors at every perform
ance. The play the company pro
duced had been played in the city
once before. tint Manager Osborn
guarantees the public that he will not
produce anything more that has been
played In this city. He haa even gone
ao far aa to have every bill witnessed
by the management of the house at
the first rehearsal so that there can
be no mistake as to the repeaters.
Birds for Breading.
A knowledge of strain Is essential
to good breeding. The next Important
point ia tbe crossing of whatever fault
there may be. and with as high and
enduring merit as possible. Thla prln
rlple will regulate the reservation of
birds, for stock. No bird ought to be
kept ' that displays markedly the
weakness Inherent In that particular
Minnesota, employs Its convicts so
profitably at making twine that in
that state binder twine Is 3 cents
cheaper than outside, and the trust
haa given up trying to meet the rate.
The state makes a profit of-1189.69 on
each man employed In the twine
worka, and with the opening of a pro
posed farm Implement plant the net
profit to the stale will run up to ywu,-
000 a year.
Says Property Is Not His Ownr
n I nraaher vs. W. fl Hohn la the
style of a civil suit In Justice Sam
son's court, for an early hearing. It
la a case In which plaintiff seeks to
collect on paper with white horse,
wagon and aewlng machine aa securi
ty. . Defendant says property levied on
by plaintiff belongs to W. 8. Bohn, and
cannot be taken for hla debts.
Licenses to marry have been grant
ed to Grayce M. Marshall and w. R.
Wentworth, Hannah Laindgren and
August Wilson, Kathleen J. Davis and
Glen L. Davis, Nola McClung and P.
K. Stone. Mlaa CcCIung is under the
age of 18 years and obtained the con
sent of her parents.
' Rules for Lying.
A prominent lawyer's wife had fada
about hygienic sleeping. She ono
ssked her husband. "Is It better to lie
on the right side or on the other?"
He anawered absently, "My dear, when
one la on the right aide. It generally
ia noi necessary to ao mucn lying.
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wives Will be imported.
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Qrman Qlrls Sought for Big Band
- country Bacn.iora.
SPOKANK. Wash.. Feb 10 Th.
bachelora of the Big Bend country
will . havA their ehnlee of I m nor ted
wlvea, In a (ew weeks, when Eugene
Deck, a farmer of the big wheat dis
trict, one of their members, return
from Luxemburg, Germany, where he
Das gone for a supply of eligible girls.
Housewives for tbe foreign farmers
In that part of the Btate are In de
mand, and Mr. Beck roluteered to re
turn to the fatherland and bring back
a party of flaxen halrea German girls,
Mr. Beck told of hla errand In tbe
Soo-Bpokane office Saturday, when he
contracted for passage on tbe Amerlka
for Luxemburg. He paid for his tick
et from a great roll of bills, tbe small'
est of which was 150. He waa booked
paaaage from New York for March t
and wUl return In several weeks.
Read the Morning Enterprise.
TO BE SECOND BISMARCK.
Knows When to B. Rude' Even te th.
Imperial Chancellor von Betbmann-
Hollweg must go.Emoeror William Is
reported to bave'saftl after be heard
tbe vcrdlr-t of tbe court acquitting
muny of tbe prisoners arrested .In con
nection wltb tbe M oh bit riots and se
verely reflecting on the conduct of the
Hollweg has steadily lost favor wltb
tbe eiurieror recently owing to bla lack
of tact. The emperor baa Informed
aevern I members of bla court that tbe
cbnncellor would te Invited to retire
Immediately after the next reicbatag
elections next autumn. At tbe aame
time tb emperor left no doubt that
the next chancellor will be Herr von
Klderlen-Waechter, who now la tbe
Imperial aecretary of foreign affairs.
"Klderlen la tactful. enerireMc nut
Ait 'boorish. He will do."
Klderlen himself mistrusts bis lack.
which neema too sudden. Two rears
ago whei an Intimate friend told him
that he would become foreign ' aecre
tary Klderlen snld: .
"Nonsense: the emperor hates me."
Tbe'same friend told htm recently
that be Is destined to be tbe next
chancellor. Klderlen no longer donbt
ed the truth of bla ftienda Informa
tion, but expressed fear that bis
change of fortune la too sudden to
Tbe emperor's satisfaction wltb hla
foreign aecretary la mainly due to
Klderlen'a skillful arrangement of
tbe negotlationa with Russia over tbe
Persian agreement and alao the com
plete change brought about In Ger
many 'a diplomatic! position, which now
completely control a tbe European nit-
Klderlen's friends say be is a sec
ond Bismarck, wltb tbe Iron Chancel
lor's skill In Judging when to be out
rageously rude even to tbe emperor.
ETHNOLOGY SCHOOL FOUNDED
First Investigations of Pupils Will B.
Mad. In Mexico.
By tbe founding of tbe International
School of American Arcbaeolopy and
Ethnology In tbe City of Mexico tbe
advancement of the study of those
subject, and of the anthropology of
Mexico will be materially advanced.
The objects of the school are the train
ing of young men to become ihornugb
Investigators, undertaking a lentitio tn
vearlgatlona and tbe pubttmMntrof
such work. Tbe founding pn'rnus of
tbe school are the governn ent of the
Calted-Statea-of-Mexleo. Il.e giveru
ment of Prussia, Columbia unlvendfy.
Harvard university and tbe University
Megoimmnnt of Mexico. The Intter
baa placed at the disposal of-tbe .stu
dents rooms Id wblcb classes may be
held and will facilitate access to libra
ries, museums. Institutes and other
scientific centers and will aid In tbe
Support of tbe school with art annual
subsidy of $0,000.
Each patron will in turn appoint and
pay a director of the school and will
also allot fellowships which will lie
sufficient to cover tbe expenses of
board and lodging and transportation
of a fellow. Tbe government of Prus
sia haa appointed Professor Dr. Ed
ward Seler, director of tbe section of
anthropology and - arcbaelogy In tbe
Royal museum at Berlin, one of th?
most eminent men of his profession In
Germany, who has already made ex
tensive researches Into the history of
Mexico. He will hold office for one
year and will be aided by Professor
Frans Boas of Columbia during bis
presence tn Mexico as professor of
anthropology at the National univer
sity of Mexico. Two appointments to
fellowships have been made. Dr. Wer
ner von Uarchelmann by Prussia and
Mlaa Isabel Ranlvea Casta neda by Co
lombia. DANIEL BOONE A HIRELING?
Professor 8aye H. and Clark War.
' Land Grabber Pawns.
Dr. C W. Alvord, professor of west
ern history In the University of Illi
nois. In a lecture under tbe auspices of
the Sons of the Revolution of Louis
ville. Ky., shattered the hero worship
of the early lenders of the Kentucky
pioneers by saying that George Rogers
Clark and Daniel Boone were merely
pawns lu the bands of huge land grab
By Implication Professor Alvord con
nected Patrick Henry with Governor
Dunmore, who he said Inspired the In
dian war resulting tn the Clark expe
dition. Although he did not connect
George Washington or the Lee family
and other Influential Virginians direct
ly, beahowed wherein they were great
ly benefited personally by the war.
SHEEP HAS SEVEN COLORS.
Texan Offers 8peolm.n to Mayer Gay
nor of New York.
A man In Texaa wants to sell Mayor
Qaynor of New York a sheep with
wool of seven colors. . The offer came
In a letter received from Udo Toepper-
weln of Ban Antonio, who suggests J
that tbe ebeep might be a valuable ad II
lltinn to the soo. . II
n. writes that tbe aheep came fronil
the mountains of Mexico, that be ehearf
ed It twice and that tbe wool each!
time waa of tbe aame varied coloring!
He will not ask tbe city anything for
tbe aheep If after tbe next ahearlng It
falls to reproduce Its spots.
Neva Sootia'a Teohnloal Campaign.
Technical schools for yonng men are
to be established In nearly every coun
ty in tbe, Canadian province of Nova
Bcotlat , .
Receipts for the 'week have been
Mile 1275, calves U, bog (99, aheeg
jut, norses zu. ,
The week has been one of recovery
in almost every line. Cattle advanced
rrom tbe low point 25 centa. Hogs
made a gain of practically 60 centa
ana tbe eneep market haa been fairly
Choice ateers brought 7 and good
to choice f6.8S. Tbe high point In tbe
Chicago market laat week on cattle
was o.90 for four lots of choice Here
fords. They weighed 1500 pounds and
were considered fancy. This market
was fully 1 higher on cattle than
Chicago. 1 '
Tbe bog market waa poorly supplied
and prices took a sharp upward turn.
Kriday'a offerings sold at $8.75 for the
beat. There was a big run of bogs on
the Eastern marketa laat week and
prlcea broke from 25c to 50c. The
aupply of aheep was liberal with tbe
majority of offerings medium to poor
One lot of 80 lb. lambs brought $4
and a lot of yearling wethers, weigh
ing 98 lbs., brought 14.66.
The horse market ahowed a consid
erable amount of Inquiry for better
q'tallty draftera. with a light aupply
on hand.' There waa little or no de
mand for ponlea or range atock, but
for 1600 or 2000 lb., matched tea ma
there waa an active Inquiry.
Representative sales have been as
74 steers 1332 17.00
21 steers 1254 6.86
299 steers ;..1154 .6.35
66 steers .-. 1089 .. 6.00
10 calves 131 8.00
4 calves 447 5.00
22 calvea 1550 4.75
18 calvea .......1315 4.40
102 cowa ..i.., 951 . 5.30
8 cows 955 ' 6.25
50 cows 940 6.16
25 cows 940 ' 4.85
959 lambs .'. 80 6.00
786 wethers 98 4.65
1237 wethers 94 4.40
176 ewes ...107 , 3.75
181 bogs 19a . 8.75
" 87 hogs .., .206 8.50
6 bogs .....T........ 338 8.25
3 hogs .............. 413 7.25
FOR SALE Space in this column
Sell that old plow or harrow; you
don't uie It alnce you purchaaed
your new one.
Live While You Live.
Optimist, Yes, sir, If you'll .drink
buttermilk three, times a day, you'll
live ten years longer.
Pessimist But what'a tbe use of
living ten yeara Conger If you have to
drink buttermilk three times a day?
Judge Campbell Buy. Handsome Home
Circuit Judge James U. Campbell
haa purchased the Burmeister resi
dence on the corner of Water and
Ninth atreeta. The site is one of the
handsomest In the city. Judge Camp
bell will take Immediate possession.
8UNNYSIDE AND ROCK CREEK.
One more the angel of death has
visited our community and taken jooe
of Its old and enost- honored. .residents,
beth E. Johnson, who passed away
Wedneaday, February 15. at 9 n. m..
after suffering much pain In the laat
two months of his life. He has been
partially paraltzed for almost 5 years,
not being able to talk In all that time,
but was very patient until, the laat.
Funeral at the old home Friday, Feb
ruary 17, at- 11 a. m., conducted by
Mr. Lucas, of Portland, a Spiritualist
minister. Interment In Sunnyslde
rendered by the quartette.
Mr. Johnaon waa 79 years, 2 months
and one day old and came to Oregon
In 1873, working at bis trade of car
penter' fn Portland and around the
country for a number of years. ' He
was well known and esteemed by all.
He leaves 4 daughters, 2 sons, grand
children and 12 greatgrandchildren,
also one niece who will miss his sun
ny face. A large gathering of people
attended the funeral.
"Forever near us, though unseen.
The dear Immortal spirits tread:
For all the boundless universe
Ia life there are no dead."
Mrs. Hiram Donley is visiting at her
mother-in-law 'a thla week.
Wants, For Sale, Etc
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WANTED Small advertisements for
. this col'iinn. Prices very reason
able. See rates at head of column.
FOR SALE House, two lots, tent on
frame, and other improvements.
Price $250. Rev. Harvey Buck, Nob
Hill. Oregon City.
FOR SALE 10 acres orchard land;
7 acres planted to apple trees; 7
room house, small barn; 1H mile
from Oregon City on good road;
$3,600; terms for quick sale. Tele
phone Farmers 213. S. R, Cogan,
R. F. D. No. 2, Box 139, Oregon
LOST Some one who' borrowed Vol.
9, of my set of Rudyard Klppllng's
works, please return the same to
me, and oblige. ,
3t DR. CARLU ,
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR.
HARRY JONES Builder and General
Contractor. Estimates cheerfully
given on all classes of building
work, concrete walka mnd reinforced
concrete. Res. Phone Mam 111.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY LOANED We are acquaint
ed with the value of all farm landa
In Clackamaa County and can loan
your money on good safe security.
Farm loans made one, two and three-
years at 7 per cent Abstracts of
title examined, dimick uimiciv.
Lawyers, Andresen Bldg., Oregon
City, Oregon. ...
O. D. EBY, Attorney-at-Law, Money
loaned, abstracts furnished, land
titles examined, estates settled, gen
eral law business. Over Bank ol
U'RIN A SCHUBBKU Attorneya-a
Law, Deutsche? Aevofcat, will era
tlce la all courts, make cotlecUoa
aad settlements. Offloe la Cater
prise Bldg Oregon City, Oregoa.
ABSTRACT OP TITLE.
V. R. HYDE, Abstract Office
Land titles Investigated, conveyan
cing, notary public
Room 7, Barclay Bldg., Oregon City.
DR. L. 0. ICE. DENTIST Rooms 4,
6 and 6 Beaver building, Main St,
Oregon City. Phonea: Home A-198
and Pacific States 1221.
75 acre tract good land, no rocks, 3
miles from Oregon City, 1H miles
from O. W. P. ear line. Good fruit
land. Cut Into 7 and 14 acre tracts,
$100 to $225 per acre. Enquire of
D. K. Bill A Co., Room 9, Beaver
Bldg., Oregon Cltv.
E. H. COOPER, For Fire Insurance
and Real Estate. Let us handle
your properties we buy, sell and
exchange.. Office In Enterprise
Bldg., Oregon City, Oregon.
FREYTAO 8 WATFORD. Real Es
tate Dealers, have choice bargains
tn farm lands, city ' and suburban
homes, good fruit lands and poultry
ranches. See us for good buys
Near 8- P. depot
SECOND HAND FURNITURE.
MANY TIMES you can buy Just the
article you want. Just as good as
new, at a small fraction of tbe coat
of new, if you go and see YOUNG,
the second hand man. His collec
tion contains New and Second Hand
Furniture, Hardware, Tools, Curios,
etc See him; it costs nothing to
Inquire. ' '
A regular meeting of Clack
amas Chapter No. 2, Royal
Arch Masons wUl be held
on Monday evening. Feb-
ruary 20, I9tl, at 7:30 p.m.
E. A. CHAPMAN,
Notic For Bids.
NOTICE Is hereby given that sealed
bids for tbe furnishing all labor and
material for Improving Center
atreet, Oregon City, Oregon, from
the northerly line of Eleventh street
to the north line of Alley parallel
with Eleventh street, a distance of
, 442 feet, will be received by the Re
. corder of Oregon City, until 4
o'clock p. m. of 28th day of Febru
ary, 1911. Plans and specifications
- containing .further Information and '
. tbe kind of improvement to be made
will ' be furnished upon application
to said City Recorder.
' Each bid must be accompanied
by a certified check for a sum equal
to five per centum of the total
amount of the. bid. which sum will
be subject to forftUure to Oregon
City in case of the failure of the
successful bidder herein to furnish
eaulredbonds . and enter Into
a written contract for saia work, it .
called upon so to do, within the
time specified for theeame In the
Ordinance providing for aaid street
Improvement" - .. .... . .......
- Proposals must be made upon
blanks furnished by Oregon City.
Tbe right to reject any or all bids
or to accept any bid considered
most favorable to Oregon City Is
Each proposal must state the time
required for the completion of the
entire Improvement work of. said
atreet,' which Improvement work
must be done according to tbe Ordi
nance of Oregon City and the Char
ter thereof, and the plans and speci
fications governing said work.
This notice Is published pursuant
to an order of the City Council of
Oregon City made and entered at a
special meeting thereof held, Janu
ary 24th, 1911.
Date of the first publication Feb
ruary 14th, 1911.'
Date of the last publication, Feb
ruary 21st, 1911.
Reeorder of Oregon City, Oregon.
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