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OttECION CITY, OREGON, SUNDAY, "MARCH 12, 1911.
Peb Week, 10 Cestb
L H MADE NECESSARY BY
,1 OMISSION or ""'"i"
tapUM HIGH AND LOW
Mora Days o Ba Dovotsd to
jh( laarch BlHi Vitiated Art
Two of Groat Import,
SALEM." Or., March ll.Bpl.)
.Ll Alt loiiuv that there la a well
ITimW far " there la a missing
u lo (ba records which may make
ti swb or me worn ui -f
-ki. itkhIi la said to bo In tho
Pi, record. If I ho fear provaa
LM (rOUDd'Hl Wll'IW Will Hrw w BU
&tr aaaalan. ;
lEiMrti have iM't'n wurin "u tiiw
I . ...rM days and It la salt
t Mrrh will l continued tbroo
tr then If nut forthcoming It will
gp U the liovernor iu i-u apwuw
Niinr aav Ihr-ro are two bllla
Vxtid of aurh Importance that a
LfUl session wouiu im iuu
Ui fart It will I Iroperstlve. .
niiratlia mlcht ariae In
1m a special aeaalou la called tlmo
Up ru tell. Tha Governor allll lives
bops (ba call may not oe nwumrf,
Lm vnnir March 11. Mra. RuS-
lii km ! the donor of the moat lra-
ruat recent srqtilalllon lo tho Mo
Dolltu Art Muaeutn nere a coiiec
Li i. ....... ..-i.ukM." Tha col.
ktloa Iscludus 2540 'specimens of
m aurvslouaiy rsrvea tnnseis mat
L Jsptaese wear on tho corda of
Mr tobacco iiourhea or any recep-
lej that may bang auspenaea irom
i belt. The netsukee war collect
nHnliv hv A. C. Vrooman. of
judtu, Cal. They were seen there
I II n. Baxe. ana srter ner return
Lt iba made tha purcbaae.
WILL SHOOT INSURRECTOI.7
lilcan Cengreaa to Paeejon Maaauro
VKX1C0C1TY. March II. (8pl.)
t(i la tba penalty for rebellion aa
retail ot 4raatlo maaauro put up
lay to tha Meilcan Contreea, ana
it pnbtbh (o receive official action
kg old law wae roaurraotod today
ildlDff for tha penalty or abootiag
iifbl anyone cauaht In Inaurrao
i. ktihway rohbory, raiding vl!lr.K
firm, train wrecklns. cuttingt tela-
Vk alrea or removing aplkea from
nlti of a railway track.
hot li ftome dlaaatlafactlon with
D. 8. aovernment but not with
it tod bla rloae followera.
IQ STORE SOLD.
ViDTI ivn fir. Mirrh It. (Sol.)
p bl alore of Olda, Wortman
It baa tx-on aold to Holta Droa.
i itory of thn price placea It at a
k tirr three million dollara. The
to will he retained but there will
niiny chmiKoa In management.
Lirtl Tim.. Racial and Dance.
ft Anlaana will have a hard ttmea
l and hall next Thuraday even-
la W. O. W. hsll. There will oe
Nil tnltlallima anion a other bual-
f of the evening, and tha dance
I follow the bunlnraa part of the
kirn. Indlrailona are that there
M a large attendance on that oo
M. Hodeoa. living near tha Lat
h-tit brltlL-!!. waa before Juatlce
Vilon Ratnrrtiiv on the charaa of
firt to tupiKtrt hla family. Samaon
lia ha hnd no Jurladlctlon ana
mm to (he County Judge.
Initiate Three Candldatea.
h rtgular meeting of the W. O.
wuhtld rrldny night. There waa
'titular routine bualneea after
b three candldatea were Initiated
w. Bruce. J. O. Mver and W.
Wood. Three ADullcHtlona wore
lTd and acted on favorably
i Baldwin, John Ambler and El-
owity. The camn renorta the
fnt mtmherahlp aa the largeat In
itfi n!a n ' Ml,,h "y tha
-t not on tho hat a,uee
now In ord.r.
iTloJ yu thln' y'" vvant a
& D0L-ARS UP.
w!l.m,tu hra dollar lid la
V ..iV: "0"y buy. ,
i, in aa 1 1 J a
J"H Ilka . .u """-oraaaea man
ahamrock to an Irlah-
WCLunv,- CLOTHIBRB V
: No Ua others 1
'"d Man Bta. ,
IXJNDON. March II. liana Frearo,
who waa aent to Knglund Jiy the
American Council of Women, ban aeon
Wlnaton Spencer Churchill, the Home
Secretary, concerning Mr. Churcblll a
atatemont lo the Ilouae March 0 on
Morinonlam. Mr. Churchill at I hut
lime aald the govern men t'a attentioj
had been attracted to recent aliena
tion of Mormon activity among Kn
g!!ah women, and that ha waa having
an loveatlgatlon made. The iiaertlon
waa that young glrla were Induce 1 lo
emigrate to Utah. Mr. Kreoco aald
that Mr. Churchill told him he had
been convinced by later Information
on the aubject that the matter wna ex
cedlngly aerloua, and he would do hla
utmoat to put a atop to the practlca.
Mr. Kreece alno enllated I he active
help of the Archblahop of Centoroury
and of the lllahop of London.
TELEPHONE TRUST APTER
UTICA. N. Y., March II. More than
li.ooo.ooo la Involved In a telephone
mergnr, announcement of which la
made here. The Friendship Telephone
Company, acting for the New York, or
Hell Company, haa made an offer to
purchaao the outatandlng Block and
bond a of a ayatetn of Independent tele
phone llnea operating throughout
Weatern and Central New York, In
cluding ayatema In Rorheater, Hyra
cuae, I'llca, Rome and other cltlea.
bib MB awaarBBBB tiraMBBWi-awawBwaaawaBW.
Nitto Prom One Tree, 1125.
A real eatata company 'of ya An
gelea ctalma that one walnut tree near
that city yielded laat year nuta of the
market value of $125. It la atatwd
by t hla enterprlalng promoter that the
tree haa been looking after Ita own In
tereata for jroara. without Irrigation,
pruning or cultivation of any kind.
Ho the Southern California realty con
tingent la now doing an arithmetic
atunt figuring out bow many millions
ran be brought Into the elate annually
by merely planting the bllla with Kn
gllah walnuta and hiring boya to pick
up the crop each fall. Hut the walnut
market haa not been depreaaed over
ROBS CONFECTIONERY STORE.
Effect Entrance Through Large Front
Window, Broken to Oat In.
The confectionery atore of W. U
Little, on Heventb atreel, waa robbed
at an early hour yeaterday morning.
The large window In the front or tne
building waa broken open, and good a
amounting to about 110 carried away.
la probable that thla work la that
of an amateur. . The robbery waa not
dlacovered until Saturday morning
when Mr. Little went down, atalra to
open hla atore for the day'a hualneaa.
SENATOR CHAMBERLAIN WILL
APPOINT WINNER IN THE COM
PETITION TO WEST POINT.
ti-.ITCKNIS- March 11. A comoetltlva
qualifying examination, to be held at
tha I'nlveralt of Oreron on Thliradav
and Friday, April 8 and 7, will deter
mine Senator Chamberlain a appoint
ment from tha Rtata at larae of a
cadet to Weat Point. The competi
tion 14 open to every young man in tne
Sinte who cornea within the age limit.
That candidate who naaaea .the blah-
em teat In thla qualifying examina
tion will receive tne appointment, mo
appointee will have to report to the
prealdlo In California on Tueaday,
May S. for the official examination of
the government. If aucceaaful, he will
be admitted to the Academy at Weat
Point June U, 1911.
In both the qualifying examlnatlona
at the I'nlveralty, and In the final ex
amluatlona at the Prealdlo. the anb
jecta for examination will Include the
following atudlee: Algebra, Plane
Oeometry, Engllah Grammar. Engllah
Compoaltlon and Engllah Literature,
Geography and Hiatory. in aaaiuon,
a atrlct phyalrai examination will be
. Candldatea muat not be leaa than
aeventeen, nor more than twenty
yeara of age nor leaa than Ave feet
four Inchea In height at the age of
aeventeen, or five feet five mcnea in
height at the age of eighteen and up
wards. All candldatea for the appointive ex
amlnatlon ahould preaent themaelves
.i ik. iTnivoraitv administrative office
at 8:00 o"clock on the flrat day of the
examlnatlona, Thursday, April o, iu.
ROLLED IN THE MUD.
Portland Man Trlee to Board O. VV. P.
Car Whan It Waa In Motion.
A Portlander, who waa well filled
with fire water, attempted to board
an O. W. P. car on Main atreet near
a. D.infniricA ahont g o'clock Satur
day night.- He caught the hand rails
Just aa tha car atanea ana couiam
get hla big feet on the step before the
car waa In motion. But the fellow
having once caught riold of the car
he waa game enough to hang on and
In doing ao he waa dragged fully a
aquare and that without hla weight
In the leaat reducing the momentum
of the car. .
But hla drunkshlp had a hard time
of It and waa half dragged and half
rolled the whole distance, finally lot
ting go hla hold. Aa he did thla ha
waa rolled over and over In the mud
and bla hat went under the wheela
and waa cut to plecea. The man
who refused hla name to the police
waa lucky In not, going under tho
wheela himself. His clothes were bad
ly Boiled, he waa brulaed and dlaflg
ured, but he waa somewhat aobIed
by the ahakeup.
The accident drew a large crowd,
aorry that thai, poor fellow got the
mud rolling but glad that they wera
there to ace It when It did happen.
SUCH A SWEET LITTLE FELLOW.
CITIZENS STUDYING THE NEW
DIMICK LAW WITH VIEW TO
MASTERING ITS DETAILS.
"Held en, unolel I'll give up more if yeu'll drop that bundle."
PRICE ADVANCE IN
It la the Individual cow and not the
breed that muat be depended upon.
There la as much difference between
animals of one breed aa there Is be
tween the different breeda.
FIGURES GATHERED SHOW THAT
NATURAL RISE IN PRODUCE
PRICES ARE MATERIAL.
HIGH COST LIVING NATURAL RESULT
Much of the llncrease Oott.lnto tha
Peckate of the Farmer and
the Fruit Palter the
PORTLAND, Or., March 11 (8pl.)
Prlrea paid the farmer for bla pro
ducts 'In the Portland market have
advanced more than 31.4 per cent dur
ing the paat eight yeara, according to
flgurea compiled by President Harvey
Kurkwlth of the Portland Commercial
Club. He ranaacked the record a of
the Wella-Pargo Expreaa Company, of
which he la general agent, for prlcea
In the local market during the spring
and fall of 1902. 1905 and 1910 and
baaed hla comparison upon theae fig
ures. President BecKwito'a findings are
startling. That the ataple farm pro
ducts have advanced In price almost
one-third la not generally known, al
though the houaeholder haa had it lm
preased upon him frequently that the
eaaentlala were flying high. They are
still up In the blue and atlll rising.
The final altitude record doea not ap
pear to be yet In sight.
The eleven commodities Investigat
ed by President Beckwlth are plain
neceaaltlea. They have nothing to do
wtth " high living and are potatoes,
onions, mutton, veal, ham, tomatoes,
turnips, butter, eggs, cheeae and poul
try. Turnips, alone, have remained
the ssme price In October, 1910, aa In
October, 1908. However, It la noted
that the humble turnip got ambltloua
In 1902 and jumped over 40 per cent
between April and October of that
Tk. hnl aiihlept la Internal Ino- and
haa been gone Into thoroughly b
President Beckwlth. While hla reve
lations are not calculated to add to
the peace of mind of the heads of
families, they at least point the way
out. In hla opinion, the answer to
the problem la to go onto the aoll and
raise something. It doesn't seem to
matter much what.
"These figures Indicate that Port
land la a high-priced market tor farm
produce," said President Beckwlth,
and It should be noted thai these quo
tations are wholeaale, what la paid to
the farmer. The high prlcea are due
to the Increase In consumption over
production. , While the production haa
Increased In the Pacific Northweat,
the Increase In consumption haa been
even more rapid, necessitating bring
ing In farm produce from the Middle
Weat that ahould, and could, be raiaea
here at home. .
"There are two Items. In the table
of prlcea aubmltted, to which I desire
to call particular attemion-egga ana
poultry. There Is no good reason why
the Pacific Northwest should not pro
duce enough eggs and chickens to ful
ly aupply the local demand and thua
relieve the wholesalers of the neces
sity of ordering carload after carload
from the Middle West. There la ab
solutely no danger of an overproduc
tion In these llnea, aa there la little
nroaoect thtt the Increase In aupply
will exceed, or even equal, the Increase
In demnnd occasioned by a rapidly
"Let us assume that there are 5,000
farmers In Oregon and that eacn rarra-
Ler keeps an average of 80 bene at the
nreaent time: that each hen Will raise,
during the coming summer, a brood of
IQ chlckene, -nd, during tne Diuance.
of the year lay 11 dosen egRa. The
chlckena ahould certainly be worth 60
eenta each when ready for market and
. enra will aell for a minimum price
of 25 centa par dosen, making a total
of 18. and the rarmer aim na m
original hen. An addition of only one
hen by each farmer, on the above
baals, will amount to $40,000 annually.
"There haa been ao much taut or
fruit growing In the Paclflo Northwest
that we are Inclined to overlook the
staplea ao much In demand Theae
are really more Important than fruit
yet no one brags about the potato
crop or the wealth to be made In grow
ing turnips. In compiling thla table.
It waa my dealre to call attention to
the prlcea actually, received by the
producer and ahow what a splendid
market exlats right here at home for
theae farm crops,
Because of the activity of the lum
ber campa. the great amount of rail
road conatructlon, mining develop
ment and other big sources of demand
for . farm produce, thla condition la
one that will not be changed for a
long time. If ever, and the situation
Is a very Inviting one to the producer.
More people ahould go on the farma.
Why should one alave In the city to
make a bare living wben he may
achieve Independence In the country?
The opportunities the soil offer are
the great eat and the rewards the most
certain. There la room la Oregon for
thouaanda of farmers; this Is the
state's greateat need."
Ptcurea com ot led br President Beck
wtth. showing tbe advanc in price of
the vartoua farm producta aad tfhtea
upon which the vartoua quotations
were made, follow:
Apr. 1902 Oct
,.$1.25 $ .65
,. L75 M
. .06 .04
,. .07 .08
,. .13 .15
,. 1.75 v.40
. .70 1.00
. .21 -29
. .14 .25
,. .13 .H
.. 4.50 4.00
May. 1910 Oct
,. 2.00 1.10
.. .11 .13
, . 3.50 125
,. .28 .37
.. .24 . .41
.. .16 .18
,. .30 .17
WANT CLAIRMONTS 8CALP.
Efforts Being Put Forth to Arrange
Single Tax Debate.
The debate at Mount Pleasant Tuea
day evening waa on the subject, "Re
aolved. That the 8lngle Tar la Pre
ferable to the Preaent Tag System
J. Gorbet. George Roberta, Wm. Beard
and Sam Francla apoke on the affirm a
tlve. and won the debate.
An effort la being made to debate
the same question with Clatrmont and
It la nrobable there will be a oate aet
in the near future. If ao the flrat
three named will likely take the af
firmative Aide of the question at that
Wanta to Divorce Hubby.
Mary A. Malloy wants a divorce
from E. Oordon Malloy. The couple
were married on April 12. 1903. She
allegea that her husband haa been
cruel and Inhuman, that there are no
children and that she wanta to re
sume her maiden name.
Choice Lots In
T. L Chat man
CITY DRUG 8TORE.
A. D. 8. Digestive tableta are excel
lent remedy for Dyspepsia 25 and
50 cents. .
Prescriptions and Family Rscelpts
filled with pure drugs. Prices reaaon-abla
CHARMAN A CO. CITY DRUG
Charman Bros.' Block.
THINKS MILLS WILL PROFIT
Certain It Is That Sober Citizens Will
. Deal More Fairly Than to
Leave te "Store-Box"
There haa been more or leas talk
for tbe past ten years relative to the
taking Into the city of the mills and
homea on the Weat Side. Tbe pas
sage In the legislature of the Dlmlck
bill, providing a way to do thla, has
renewed this talk. At the meeting of
Council Thuraday night tbe question
wss brought up again and there waa
considerable talk, leading to no action
on the part of Council, however.
There la certain. to be more or less
agitation of thla question, and the
proper thing to do la for Council to
look tbe matter aquarely In the face
and do what la right U left to the
tender merclea of the "alore-box de
bater" the , mills wllj ,npt fare very
well In tbe settlement, but If Council
takea It up and settles the question In
a business wsy the mills and the citi
zens are both likely to get proper consideration.
With a view to bringing thla matter
to the . attention of tbe people in the
proper way Mayor Brownell gave tbe
Enterpriae the Interview which fol
lows: , -
""I"Eave tailed- the attention of the
Electric and Railway Company to tbe
condition of the atreet and road bed
down about-Hawley's mills and the
basin, and I can aee that there la no
Intention to raise the road bed and
atreet In harmony with tbe wishes of
the people in Canemah and that part
of Oregon City that use saia street
The people of Moutaln View ana
that part of the city, are anxloua to
have water and thla recommendation
haa brought no action by the Water
Commission and nothing haa been
done, aa I understand It, because aa
they claim, the expense will be large
and they are without funds to make
thla extension, lt Is a problem which
csn only be solved by the people
themselves. It Is evident thst the
people of Mountain View and that part
or tbe city are entuiea to water ana
fire protection, and It la up to the
present administration of tbe city to
try to do something and to aolve ibi4
problem. I am personally In favor of
these things and Improvements, and I
am aatlsfled thst tbe City Council Is
aa anxloua alTd aa willing aa I am to
accommodate the people along these
lines. If they could see their way clear
to do It. For the purpose of calling
the attention of the public to these
matters, I would like to suggest for
their consideration and Investigation,
the question of annexing Canemah and
additional territory on the west side
of the nver to Oregon City.
"It ts Impossible to mske these lm-
nrovements without spending some
money to mske them. It Is alao lm
Dosalble for us to have a city that
will be a credit to ourse'ves, without
good water, good fire protection, good
streets, sood sewer and sanitary condi
tions. People are -entitled -to-all of
these. These things cannot be brought
about In a day or a week, and they
are going to cost some money. There
Is no doubt but what Oregon City Is
starting a development that means
everything to Its future; we are be
ginning an up-Hft, and are going to
push ahead. Eugene, Medford and
nearly all cltlea in the Willamette
Valley are moving forward very rap
Idly along the llnea or Improvement
aa above Indicated, and U we expect
to compete with these cltlea aa a de-
alrable place to mauce bobimctkh
to come and Invest their money and
live, we have got to go ahead along
these lines. Believing mai inn
wise policy to adopt and for ua aa a
community to work ror. I think the
first thing that we should do. Is to
consider this problem of calling a apo
dal election at the proepr time, under
an act Introduced by Senator Dlmlck,
and passed by the Legislature relative
to changing the boundary of cltlea and
towne heretofore Incorporated, which
Is a curative act of the original act
now upon the atatute booka. permit
ting the annexation of additional ter
ritory to a city, and let the line run
a few feet aouth of the bridge across
tbe Willamette RWr at Oregon City,
to the west side, and then extending
north to and Including Bolton, and
then In a southwesterly direction to
and Including Sunset City and the
mills and P. Ry. L ft P. Co- plant,
crossing the river and Including Ca
nemah. By doing this. If the people
of the West Side who have a vote on
the question, would favor it. It would
result In Ktt them Rood "ewers,
sanitary conditions, police. tw"d
Are protection, and good aldewalka
and streets. ....
"I cannot aee why It would be any
Injustice to the large mills on the
. .m n the river nor the P. Ry.
t a. x rnmmnt. to be Inside ot the
city limits of Oregon City, and con
tribute their portion towards lmpfo
menta of atreeta on the West Side aa
well as towards aiaing in giving
people on the Weat Side, good aide,
.ilka srood sewere and police, water
. nrntM-ttnn. and I have no
doubt but what the fmllls and the j.
t- i a. o Cnmninr on the West
bih win welcome a movement of thla
winrf aa Mr. Hawley, who operates
a mill on the Oregon City aide of the
river, la paying taxes and assisting
in the building up of Oregon City and
In the improvement or ua sireem, nu
he Is not manlfeatlng or ahowlng any
signs of looking upon H as au iuju--tlce
or an exceaalve burden.
"At least If we are going to work
for a larger and greater Oregon City,
we have got to become united and go
A STOPPED WATCH
is worse than no watch at all. We repair tbe high
est grade watches with the same ease that we would
a cheap watch. There is no job that we are afraid
to tackle, and when we repair your watch for you
we put it in perfect shape. - J
We tlx tired ctocke ao that they run again ae good aa new. ,
WE REPAIR Rings, Pins, Chains, Eye Glaaaea and auch v
things, and guarantee our work to give complete aatlaf action.
- Leave your repairing in our hands and you will get all that
long experience and honesty can give.
DON'T STRAIN YOUR EYES -
If you are troubled with headaches or dull pains
around the eyes you had better consult a skilled .
optician. We will be glad to attend to your case
and can guarantee the best results.
Stop in some day and li ua find out for you exactly what the ""
trouble la with your eyea. Examination costs yon nothing and
It may save you a lot of trouble later on.
Perhaps your glasses are a little out of shape. We are always
glad toatraighten" them fot yon free of charge. -
Btit meistcf Sl Andrcsen
Oregon'City Jewelers Suspension Bridge Cor.
to work, and theae suggestions are
made more for the purpose of calling
hem to the attention of tne people
on both aides of the river, than any
thing else, so that they will atudy over
the problem and aee whether they
want to favor thla matter or not.
Peraonally I do not believe we will
ever have the success, that we are all
working fur, in the up-building of thla
city and In Ita Improvement, until
something of this nature la done and
accomplished, and for that reason I
am very etrongly In favor of the an
nexation to Oregon City, of thla ter
ritory. By running the line aa above
Indicated.' It would leave the county
bridge across the river, for .Clacka
maa county, and not the city to main
tain and rebuild when the time cornea
for rebuilding lt"
SMITH !S CHALLENGED
BY WRESTLER ARNDT
PORTLAND WRESTLER WOULD
LIKE TO FINISH UP MATCH
WITH LOCAL 8 PORT.
Auk Smith, the. local wrestler who
claims the championship in Clackamas
county, was yesterday challenged by
Walter Arndt, of Portland, the teach
er of athletes In the Catholic Young
Men's Club, to a match. Arndt agrees
to throw Smith twice within an hour.
He offers to post a side bet of $50 or
more; strangle hold to be barred. Date
and place to be left to the choice ot
This Is the same man who came
from Portland to wrestle Smith Frldsy
night when Bnsukos failed to show up.
The match waa an Interesting one up
to the time Smith met with his ac
cident. This time Arndt wanta to be
prepared for a hard fight and not be
called on to wrestle without any pre
paration. Arndt agrees to wrestle at
145 pounds and Smith at 138.
Arndt haa wrestled Peter Busukos,
Eddie Connors, Kid Davis, Gene West,
Prof. Elv. of Redding. Cal.. and Jdllton
Harding, throwing them; he had
wrjstled Strangler 8mlth to a draw.
If Smith decldee to take Arndt 6n'for
a match, and the boya both come to
the mat In good form, the matcn
should prove Interesting.
Bond Proposal Defeated.
MILTON. Or., March 11. A achood
election was held yesterday In the Mil-ton-Freewater
district to Issue bonds
for $15.000.. The proposed measure
wss defeated by a vote ot 133 to 28.
TRAP MONSTER LYIOC
THE ANIMAL HAS BEEN A FRE
QUENT VISITOR TO THE
E. Hope and Andrew Flaherty of
Clackamas Highlands, who are neigh
bors, trapped a monater lynx, which
measures five feet In ' length,, and
weighs 115 pounds, a few days ago.
Tbe animal haa been-visiting the poul
try yard of Mr. Hope for many nights.,
selecting the choicest of poultry, some
of the victims being prize winners and
valued at $10 apiece. The animal has
been entering tbe poultry yard by
Jumping over a five-foot fence, and
opening the door carried away tbe
Two trapa were ae and these two
traps were the means of catching the
intruder. Mr. Flaherty was up early
that morning, and as be came bear
the animal, the latter showed fight, one
of his paws being loose he tried in
vein to use this In fighting off Mr.
Flaherty. The latter gave the alarm,
and Mr. Hope soon arriving on the
scene, put an end to the thiefa tricks,
and a bullet was sent through the
Aa there la a bounty of $2 on a lynx,
and as the law requires both front .
feet, Mr. Hope did not take advantage
of thla, but wished to have the animal
mounted. It Is very seldom animals
of thla specie come so near to a large -settlement,
but this old fellow setting
sslde all precaution In order to get
bis fill of Plymouth Rocks, waa a fre
quent caller during the past year.
DRILLING NIGHT AND DAY,
Prospects for OH Are Brighter With
Each Returning 8un.
STONE. Or., March 11. (SpO
8tlll the oil well goes down, down,
down. It Isn't going very f aat, for
when yon get 900 or 1000 feet under
ground you don't find thlnga as soft
ss old cheese; but It's going down
slowly and the two trlcka keep tbe
The niece of tubing still la the well
Is giving no trouble-Just now; belief
is that lt won't give any more. The
drill haa been sent-on down past It
and It looka ae If the well was to be
a success. New machinery Is being
installed and the men In charge of
hA ..-l. .aI mnM Ilk Old. BeB
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aoned drillers than any before.
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80 MANY PEOPLE LIVE IN
Lfvlng cheep taxes low water fret savings Isrgs. There are many
advantages and privileges sfforded the owner of a Glalrmont acreage
tract that cannot be obtained In the city. Aak ua about them. .
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