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M0UN1N0 KNTtfKl'KlHE, TUESDAY, MARCH 14,- 1911.
THE CHICAGO STORE
p f tte hlght price for Second Hand Good
v?e boy An4 eI1 S'0 HnJ Clothe
e alio do cleaning ni pressing
405 MAIN ST., OREGON CITY (
PIIONE MAIN 3731
. ... u.n franclHCO. WBB
t ,. business Saturday.
Lr Vfflc roon.a llembrlnu.
. w.iHh. a known Mir
.!! office roon.a Id Oambrlnus
rkkolC!,o b.-t. Hm J. J. Tobln.
I . are navicular about butter,
I. uf tfk"i.
well known real-
I, of T ' monl
U CIV buHlui'M visitors on
' Wilkinson, who recently sr-
14 m v ,.. .... u.iurJ.ii
Uim for . .
I i K incioim. of lllxhland.
.to Oregon City on Monday. Mr.
,,M.ioo. U-Jul recovering from
of lllnf. .
urn liutMon. who recently pur
u-j ih " Hyom plac at
J!ouin Vl.'w, haa arrived In thla
ttoUkt pBM-iiHlon. II will plant
, land In ainall f"'l berries.
Tha rpwrth Uague will give
Mtl thka evt-'iitiiK at the home of J.
Hwifford. 71 Maillaon treet. The
aPi Invite the young peopl ami
ikrt pruml that those who attend
11 m 1n ',HHi "m
i. wtmaliiiiient will be given by
, ,1,1, of (he II. and I. class of the
nbodlit Bpl'wi! rhurch on Friday
ulnf. Mirth 31. There will ba no
mlwluo chawd. and refreshments
U be wrved.
W. I 8tvens, " recently arrived
ibis city from Oklahoma, and rent
lb gklnner farm at Molalla for a
ir, wit In Oregon City on Saturday.
r gttven ataies he will try Clacka
ti county for one year, and If aatla
nory it the end of the year he will
torn a permanent settler.
t Chapel, representative of the
ifolDf TelcKratn, waa In Oregon
j oo Dullness Monday, leaving for
thra Oregon thla morning. He
pU to go aa far aa Grant Paaa,
(MCtlDf to b- at thla plare when the
implua wilkiT. Oottfred Kodrlguea,
rim it that point.
roapUint wii made at the meeting
ib Khool txiurd Monday evening
Prof. Toots that In aome manner
e-et Mtmmlaiiloner ba ao direct
ib eitrr coming down Ik hill on
imtb itreet that It takea a turn
roM the corner of the Kaatham
boot property."- Inveatlgatlrm wilt b
lit ind the proper artlon taken to
it the aurfare water directed Into
i proper chumii'l, preaumably Into
i pttcr on Seventh afreet.
C0PLC POINTED OUT
Win Hul rrtncea epetit Sunday In
L Jobni wlik frienda. -
HI- AM Arboe, of Woodburn. waa
tb cry Sunday vlaltlng frtnnda.
Mr. 0. A. Cheney, who haa been via
uf with relative In Portland, haa
linird to Oregon City.
Mr. Earl Oordon waa a Vlaltor In the
TOvtr Bunday, a gueat at the home
hla aiatf r, Mra. Walter Wella. '
Mr. L Ruconlo will go to the Cane
A Hot Bprlnga for a ahort vacation,
i;ln a couple of weeka. .
Mlu Beavera, teacher In the Glad
m ichool, who haa been 111 for aev
U dayi, waa able to return to ber
tool autlua Monday.
MlHEIUalwth Root, of Laurelhurat,
1 Hirry Palmer, of Portland, were
titi city on Sunday the gueat of
Mr. Reginald Foi, an optician, of
rtltnd. wna In Oregon City on Bun
1 vliltlng with hla aunt, Mra. Ro-
Mr. C. M. Knight, of MarahfielJ.
roo. wii In Oregon City on Sunday
d Monday rcglalerlng at the Elec
cbotil. Mr. Hirley Wlnhart, who ba been
Polk county for the paat year, haa
iurnd to Oregon City, and la vlalt.
I with hla parenta, . Mr. and Mra.
rt H. WlHhart, of Seventh afreet.
Mn. N. M. Alldredge, who baa been
7 III for the pnat month with neur
it of the heart, la Improving, and
k able to be out and enjoying th
uhlna on Monday.
W. M. Hunt and three child-
have returned to Sacramento, Cal.,
ter vlaltlng with her grandma, Mr.
rh Q. London, on Rural Route No.
ud relative the laat 'two month.
Mr. Mollle Mlaamore and Andy
n. of Portland, and Mra. Frank
Kir and datiRhter of Carua, apent
"r at the home of Mlaa Sarah
,brti and Edward Roberta.
nd Mrs. William duenther,
eminent rtaldenta of Beaver Creek,
" In Oreaon City on Monday on
","? nd while In thla city they
w ihdr ion, D. Ouenther, of 8v
''n and Mr. Irwin Sanborn, of
"'nd, were In thla city on Sunday,
It Wouldn't Pay
. " '' ... .
A Poor Article .
Nor a propoeltlon of doubtful merit or honty for ad-radre,
"widayt, ,r, DISCRIMINATING. . Thy know valuee-4hy know
NUINE thing, genuine opportunity.
A"y irtlol which can be old' by advertising la, by that ttat,
0D article. YOU are eaf In buying a thlna-whloh ha "rtood
of publicity 1
- t '
Th makr of a widely advrtld article, or commodity, le ae
"y n trial for hi bualneae life. He eannot ahlrk, nor ohapn hie
fvdMet-na thla 1 the beat poaalbl protctlon for th eonaumr.
You ar safe In buying advertised thing It's the logic of
""yo bu.fn.. oendltlana, ' "
the gueata of Mr. M. i. Moreland,
Mfa. 1. W. Norrla, who waa taken
very III with an attack of appendlcltle
on Sunday, la alowly Improving.
Mr. and Mr. C. It. Ingalla, who have
been realdlng In thla rlty at tjie home
of Mr. WMW. Alldredge on Seventh
aireet, haver gone to Arkamaa, where
they nave nurchaaed a farm. Mr. In
gall haa been employed at the mllla
on the weat Hide for the pait aeven
Mr. and Mr. Wm. If. Frey. of Hat
tie Creek, Mich., are gueata at the
home of Mr. and Mra. Fred J. S.
Too. Mr. Frey U a brother of Mra
T(Me. lie la a big lumberman In tho
Wolverine State and l out here to
take an Inventory of opportunity and
condition In thla Stale, and may take
a notion to locate here.
Mix Mary Mitchell, after a two
weeka- vlalt with her mother. Mra.
Ellen Mitchell, of Sandy, returned to
Oregon City on Sunday evening, and
haa reaurned her poult Ion with the
Duane Kly atore on Boventh atreot.
Mlaa Mitchell waa accompanied to thla
city by her alater, Mlaa Clara Mitch
ell, who left for Sandy on Saturday
Epworth League Social.
The Ileta Club a girl organUa
tlon of the Congregational Sunday
achonl will iclve a St. I'atrtck'a day
aoclal In the church parlora on Friday
evening. March 17. There will be a
program and refreshment a will bo
aerved. Thla aoclal will be given by
the glrla aa a part of their work In
connection with the ralalng of fund
for a new piano for the Sunday school
room of the church.
Being Mounted for Olaplay In the
WASHINGTON. March IS. All dob-
Bible a peed la being nad by the Smith
aonlan Inatltutlon In preparing the
apeclmena obtained by the Rnoaevelt-
African eipedltlon. Thla la the reply
made by oSlclala of the Inatltutlon to
the declaration made aev era! daya ago
by Colonel Roosevelt that he wlahed
Cong re a would appropriate utTlrtent
money to enable the Inatltutlon to pre
par the collection for Immediate e-
hlbltlon. ' "
It may require two or three veara to
romnlete the work. It la eald, by of
ficial of the lnatltutlin. The work,
however: they declare, la being carried
on more rapidly and with better re-
aulls than ever haa been th caae with
any collection apprVachlng thla one In
macnltude. Nothing la being left un
done. It la aald. to give th Rooaevelt
serlea of Fat African anlmala Ita
proper place among the treaaurea al
ready In the National Muaeum.
Aa an llluatratlon of the innumer
able detalla of the work which have
made uroareea aptear Blow, It waa
pointed out that on phaae of the
work, namely, the classification of the
aperies and the exact determination
of their sexual. Individual and geo-
graihlo variations, means month of
study on the part of Dr. Kdmund Hel
ler, who before It I finished will have
to visit other museums In th United
States and In Kurope to make numer
Only those specimen will be mount
ed which are not now adequately rep
resented or which are needed to aup
plement the varloua series now shown.
NO SENATORIAL CONFERENCE.
ALBANY. N. Y.. March 13. (Spl.)
A Senatorial conference had been
planned for thla evening between Gov.
Dlx, Mayor Gaynor and Charlea F.
Murphy. Murphy failed to arrive In
time to bold It. .
PASS RECIPROCITY ',
And Then Oo Home I What th preal
dant Would Like of Congrsa.
ATLANTA. Oa., March 10. ()Jpl.)
In a apeech ber today the President,
In an Innuendo, Intimated that he
hoped that Congreae would attempt
nothing but the enactment of reci
procity leglalatlon at the special ses
sion. Among other thing be aald
that the three sessions of thla Con
greae bad enacted more real leglala
tlon than any other Congress since
- RAISE IN WAGES.
SPOKANE, Waah., March 10.
(Spl.) Officer of the Northern Paci
fic, and Portland, Spokane at Seattle
Ry. have granted Increase In pay of
more than 10 per cent to dlapatchers,
trainmaster and roadmaatera. When
th other roads Join the movement It
will mean an advance to 100 men.
BIOS WANTED (
Sealed blda will be received until
10 o'clock a. ml, March 15, 1911, at the
office of the Oregon City Commission
Company lor the fixture, atook, Uase
and bualnesa. Prospective buyera will
be ahown the Inventory of aiock and
any other detail. A certified check
for 10 per cent of amount must ac
company all blda.
Right Is raerved to reject any or
all blda. .
D. C. RODBIN8. Aaalgnee.
Dy M. QUAD
Copyright, mo, by AmmiUImI t.lt-
"Abner Ihiy. you are au old fool!
You don't know enough to t-oiu In
wliin It ruins'," - -
Aluier Iay, fnruier, bad beard then
words buudruds of time In the arisen
year line be hail married the Widow
Winters, and hi reply bud always beeu
, "Waal, some folks are bom that way
and van't help It."
Ou a portion of Abnrr's fnnn was a,
rang of hills. It wn a limestone
rldue, but there was a Iffc'otid tUut gold
had (been found there yeurs before
a iiiikkH of gold a big as a teai'up.
Tlinli legend uever died. When other
uews was scarce It waa brought ti the
front, and It was geuerully believed lu.
Abuer'a grmidfutlier hnd nieuut to open
the bills some day lu search of other
nuggets. Ho hnd Ills father. Bo bad
be. The trouble was to find time.
There were plow lug and dragging and
planting and hoeing and reaping, and
he never got a day to himself.
The widow begnn lu poke at hlra as
soon a married, but It did no good.
She would go on to tell how ninny tons
of gold were probably blddeu away In
those bills ntul how. If dug out, they
could bare llio cluck cleaned, a new
door to Ibe shed and the cellur atalr
"I'll get around to It aome day, '
Sarah," be would reply.
"Hut why not tomorrow V
"Mebbe I can." ,
Hut be didn't, II la farm work Inter
fered. As be finished bis morning)
meal the wlfo would say:
"Now. Abner, that gold mine today.
You can dig Imlf a ton of It as Well aa
not. and we need now flutlrotia aud
"Yea. I know."
Aa the day passed and be aat down
to aupper aba would auk:
"I'lg any gold today, AbnerT"
. "Nope. I bad other thing to ace to."
Of course tbe gold mine legend waa
gossip for msny mile around. Once
a month at least aome one came along
and wanted to dig on aha res. They
would see tbe wife first and an would
readily agree. All eh wanted waa
that a lawyer gttpuld draw op tbe
agreement ao that It would bold wa
ter. She bad been cheated by a light
ning rod man one and ah didn't pro
pose o be anybody's victim again.
She kept a corner of tbe cellar cleaned
out to atore tbe gold In. but It waa
never used. Tbe stranger would go
down Into the Held and talk with Ab
ner and after be bad winded himself
be would bear tbe farmer say:
"These tafer baa got to be boed. and
you com around aoni other time."
"Hut don't yon want to be a rich
"It would be kinder nice."
"You could go to Europe."
"You could build a fine bouae and
have your carriage and aervanta."
"Perhapa you'd be elected governor.
"Anil I'll have a lawyer draw up tbe
contract and bring It bare tomorrow to
be slcned. Digging will begin at once.
Within a week"
"Yes. I know, but these tatera"
It waa alwaya so, and when Abner
cuffed np to tbe boose at sundown It
was to Cad bla wife In th sulks or la
toara, and b generally ended np
"Aud If you don't go to digging tbe
first thing In the morning I will."
Think of It fifteen year of poking
and not a bol mad In th blllaldel
Tbe ex-wiiiow must nave been a pa-
tleut, determined woman to stand It
Rut stand It abe did. She would con
quer or die. On day, after ber many
dlnappolntmenta, abe fell HI Tbe doc
tor pronounced It typhoid fever, and
abe became a very sick woman. At
time wben abe waa out of ber bead
abe would babble about that fold
mint. At length, to prevent further
worry, the M. D. advised Abner to go
to digging and ease tbe mind of tbe
"But I've got to plow ont corn tomor
row," waa protested.
"Nver mind your corn. You get a
con pi of men and open those bill or
you'll soon be a widower."
"Do you think It'll be safe to bav
several ton of gold around T"
"Quite ao. Wben I call again I want
to see you at work."
In a lurid Interval the patient waa
told that digging waa to begin. She
waa very ill. but ahe braced up enough
"Tell Abner that If be finds any old
plow points or wagon tire mixed np
with th gold to throw 'em on aide,
fje'a an awfully carclesa man."
Abner and bla hired, man dug and
dug and dug. Tbey dug ber and they
dug there, and people came for ten
mile around to aee them throw out
ahoveis or gold. Hut there waa no
gold. There waa neither gold nor all-
ver nor copper nor Iron. There was
limestone, but nothing else nothing
but petrified hickory ax handle.
Wben thla was found the patient bad
passed th crtal of ber fever and waa
mending. Abner waa permitted to go
to ber bedside and exhibit bla And.
"Wbnt la Itr ahe asked.
A petrified ax handle."
"Didn't you And the petrified ax
bind to go with It r ' - v
"But why not r
"Didn't dig long enough, 1 ffuciw."
"Abner Dny, you are an old ftolf
You don't know enough to com In
when It rnlnsr
STUMP-BURNINO IS CHEAPER.'
Pre-Heated Air Procsaa on Waahlng-
' ton Campue Is Sucoeea. y
SEATTLE, Wain., March 10. By
experiment mad by the United
States Bureau of Plant Industry, It
s learned that the pre-heated air
nroceae of baring stump la an eco
nomical succeas In clearing logged -of
The new nroceas la tne disoovery or
Clarka Smith, of Mount Vernon. It
reoulrea th uae of a comnuauon
chamber within th heart of the
atump and the creation of auction
draught by pre-beatlng air neceaaary
for ombutlon. -
A trench 1 first -dug from a- point
four feet away to. th baa of the
atump about 11 Inches below the sur-
fsc of th ground. A charcoal fire
Is started and a large caat-tron pip I
placed within th trench. This pip
la connected to 'a 12 foot alack. A
three-Inch pip la then placed within
th short length and th air la drawn
through tb smaller pip to th point
of combustion. Tbls become red bor
and tb air Is bsated be for it reaches
the burning portions of the atump.
The atump la consumed from the out
alde. Experiments bare been carried on
over tbe unlveralty eampua. The cost
and tbe reaults will be tabulated and
Bent to the Bureau of Plant Industry.
The census of 1010 shows tbe
Imputation of tbe United States
to be 01.U72.Ui;. To Indue the
largest possible nuuiln-r to purchase-
union 'label goods la the
most Important work the union,
can do. Kveu with a small per
centage of the populutlon sup
porting ' union lnlx-l goods the
union label, Is a great power for
the betterment of the wage and
conditions of lb workers. How
much greater (tower would It be
If this Mrcenfage were multi
piled! How many people can
you Influence In thla direction?
That 1 tbe question.
Brk In the Fercse Arrayed Against
Labor In Lee Angalss.
L Since May 10, 1010, the unionists of
Los Angeles have been struggling for
the right to organize, which right haa
been denied them by well organized
employers. On the date mentioned tbe
men of tbe brewing Industry were
obliged to leave tbelr places. Shortly
afterward tbe Iron trade were drawn
Into the combat. Tbe Issue waa 'the
A few daya ago tb Wleland agency
of the Wleland Brewery of San Fran
cisco and the agency of the San Diego
Brewing company settled tber differ
ences with tbelr former employee.
Tbe agreement reached grant tbe
anion shop, an Increase of $1 a week
In wages for tbe workmen and the
removal from tbe breweries of the
Thla I cheering new. We congrat
ulate heartily tb trade unionists Im
mediately concerned aa well aa those
who ar still engaged In battle. Tbe
omen la good. Victory rests with the
wage earner aa the result of tbe com
pletion of thla long drawn out contest.
This, however, la but a preliminary
triumph, and other are sure to come
siwedlly In Ita wake.. By It th bark
bone of the opposition to trade union
ism In tbe cruelly stricken and op
pressed California ctty la broken, and
K In only necessary now for the union
ist force to charge with an unwaver
ing front all along tbe line. By ao do
ing tbey will soon sweep tbelr bitter
snd mallgnsnt foe Into tbe public con
tempt tbey ao richly merit
PLAY DAY. FOR .CHILDREN.
Plan te Make f Leber Day Greatest
Holiday f th Year.
A plan which may result In making
Labor day a national play day was
suggested by Francis T. Simmons,
president of tbe Lincoln park board.
at th dinner given recently by tbe
Playground Association of Chicago to
Joaepb Lee. president of th Play
ground Associatin of America.
Mr. Simmon suggested that all park
board and commission and all char
itabl and other almllar organizations
ahonld begin preparation at once to
make Labor day tbe biggest holiday
of the year. - Tbe suggestion waa sec
onded by Jane Addnme, who In ber
address sdded the further suggestion
that a law be passed to convert ev
ery vacant lot into a idayground nntll
sold for use ss a building site.
Mr. Lee, who spoke 'of tbe work of
the Playground association, aald that
Chicago led tbe country In play spots
"Play la growth; It la tbe way a
child become a man," be said. "Tbe
sports of today are too unreal In
baseball and football and other gamea
we buy some one eNe'a play. What
we need to do la to encourage tbe 'big
Injun' aptrlt of tbe boy. but encourage
It nnder upervlalon."
Trade Union Notes.
Boston Photo-engravers' Union baa
discontinued all out of work aai
ments, there being no further need of
Tbe Sheet Metal workers' union of
Boston baa Increased Ita death benefit
to $000 and also extended Ita elck and
accident benefit system.
The new price list for tasters of tbe
southeastern Massachusetts district
haa been agreed upon. It grants bet
ter prices than tbe old schedule.
Speaking before sn audience of the
metal workers of Toledo, Samuel Gom
per declared himself unalterably op
posed to the amalgamation of tbe
thirty-eight divisions of their trade.
Tbe Qulncy (Mass.) granite cutters'
nnlona have entered Into a new Ave
year agreement, effective March 1, by
which an increase of about T per
cent on tbe average la secured by tbe
men. ( i
The San Francisco" Typographical
union la making arrangement for the
entertainment of 6,000 delegate dur
ing tbe month of August, when the
annual convention of the International
Typographical union will be held.
To force John B. Lennon, national
treasurer of the American Federation
of Labor, out of tbe National Civic
federation a motion was adopted by
tbe Seattle Tailors' nnlon to exclude all
members of that organisation from tbe
National Civic federation.
Tbe Gary (Ind.) Illinois steel plant
recently notified 1,000 men who bare
been laid off for a considerable time tq
report for duty. Another 2.000 men
will be taken back In tbe same plant
on April ft, when the full quota of
T.OOb men will be at work. ,
Tbe Cleveland city council unani
mously ' Indorsed Representative Ev-
ana' bill to limit the working day of
all female employed In manufactur
ing, mercantile or other commercial es
tablishment to eight- hours and their
working week to forty-eight boor.
110 SPECIAL SESSIOn
HEED TO BE CALLED
CLERK OF THE SENATE SAYS ER
RORS ARE Of NO GREAT
SALEM, Or., March 11 (Spl.)
The general opinion among jbe clerk
who may be responalble for the lack
of care In keeping the records straight
concerning Senate leglalatlon 1 that
there are no errors making a apeclal
session necessary. Chief Clerk Corey
aaya no errora of any considerable
magnitude have been found,-and the
minor errora can be attended to with
out trouble. ,
There have been aome Intimations
that aome one piqued over tbe Gover
nors vetoes may have done tbe work
of hiding the needed data to play even.
Hut tbe possibility of aucb an act ba
Gov. West Is away and It is uncer
tain Just how mattera stand until he
cornea home and after an Investiga
tion shall aay Just how tblnga are.
Town Will Be Cleansed.
WHITE SALMON. Waab., March II.
Next Saturday haa been designated
as clean-up day for White Salmon.
There will be strict enforcement cf
thla order and all residents will unite
In making White Salmon a "spotless
Roland Brooks, the 9-year-old son of
Mr. snd Mrs. C. Brooks, who accident
ally ahot blmaelf while playing with a
gun, la now beyond danger, the phy
Blclana say. Pneumonia, however, ha
set In, which makes tb caae more
Frank McCormlck, who bas been In
the hospital for aeveral weeka, waa
taken home yeaterday. He bad acci
dentally ahot blmaelf.
J. T. Friel, Sr., bas started for Dela
ware to visit hla relatives.
Walter Roots, whose horse fell on
him last week, badly hurting bla foot,
la alowly recovering.
Mra. Alfred Bell has returned from
the Good Samaritan Hospital, where
abe underwent an operation.
Joaepb Buay, who waa reported aa
having been killed, baa been found
near Spokane. He took bla youngest
son. Wentall, to Idaho laat April,
where he Is with Mr. and Mrs. u
Frederlckson, but bla relatlvea here
had not been able to find out where
either waa until recently.
We are having aome froaty weather
Quite a number of the farmers have
commenced their aprtng work.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hilton,
a aon Marcb 11.
C. F. Stuts'a sale was well attended;
everything sold well. Mr. Stuts and
family left Canby Thursday evening,
March 9. but he bad not decided where
be would go. .
Mr. Eby ba rented Mr. Stuts
Prof. Jake Mltta attended the dance
at Liberal Saturday night
Alfred Senst visited bla uncle, Mr.
Harnack, over Sunday.
Mlsa Lucy Mitts entertained com
Our road supervisor Is doing some
rustling - work, but b find handa
' Sells Presents
A TALE OF
The Land of the
BY MARIE CORELLI
Other pictures are
Wanted At Once!
CARRIER AGENTS .
FOR THE -
Liberal term to hurtler.. See Mr.
Miller -Circulation Department, En
terprise, Oregon City Oregon. ,
'THE HALL OF FAME, f
ROBERT EDWARD LE&
Amertfan general to Confeder
Born . West
Jan. 10, lM7i
Oct 12. 1M70.
In 1820 and
aerved wltb distinction In tbe
MsTloan mmr Hnoartntendent
I West Point Military academy
W lar.'P.fl 1mm rpalinMl his com
mission In tbe United State
army In April, 1801, and espous
ed th cause of tbe Confederacy,
being appointed major general of
tbe Virginia forces. June 8. 1M12.
be waa made commander of tbe
Army of Northern Virginia. lie
continued In thla command un
til tbe close of tbe war. sur
rendering bla army to General
Grant at Appomattox April 0.
lHtXi. after long and heroic re
Blstance. From 18)0 until bla
death General Lee waa president
of Washington college at Lex
THE HALL OF FAME.
JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL
Poet, critic and diplomat Born
22. 1819; died
there Aug. 12.
"fTS 7C aucceeded
I II Longfellow
there a a pro
place ue ceid for .veoty-two
years. Waa editor of tbe Atlan
tic Monthly for Ore years and of
tb North American Review for
nine. He waa minister to Spain
from 1877 to 18SO and to Eng
land from 1880 to 1MC. Waa
brilliant aa a conversationalist,
poet, prasewriter, critic and lee- -turer.
tite' pesf known poems
are TbJ BiklW kny -r." "Com-meuiomUon.Od-"
unU "A VIkIou
of Sir WfH jinfai," Miiny nink
Towell as America's grenicHl .
triotlc poet, nud be Is geiii-nlly
regarded ns our foreui.mt cnt.c.
In the held of diplomacy be 2
started the rogue of Ibe Amert- x
can embiiNs.r lu Ioudou.
THE HALL OF FAME.
MAN Civil war geueraL Born
Feb. 8. 1820:
died New York
Feb. U. 1S9L
Point In 1840.
ing the Mexi
can war. Com
manded a bri
gade at Drat
Bull Run. Had
three boraea ahot nnder him and
waa severely wounded st 8hlloh.
but waa thanked by Grant for
having aaved tbe day. A saluted
In the campaign at Vlcksburg
snd In Grant's other operatlona
n the west ' Wben Grant waa
placed In command of all tbe ar
mies be put Sherman at tb bead
.f t Anna K MUalaalr.nl
Pushed on to Atlanta in several
bard fought - battle and then
made bla famous march to th
sea. He then swung northward
through the Carolina a and com
pelled tbe surrender of Johnston.
Was mad general of the army
when Grant became president .
THE HALL OF FAME.
DANIEL WEBSTER Famou
American statesman, orator and
H., Jan. 18,
ted to bar in
Boa ton in
1806. Federalist member of con-
gree from Nw Hampshire in
'. 1813-7. Removed to Boston In
' 1816 snd wss a member of
'. congress from Maaaachuaetta
1823-7. Whig United Statea sena
tor from Maaaachuaetta 1827-4L
Secretary of a tat 1841-3. Sen
ator from Maaaachuaetta 1845
BO. .Secretary of etate 1860-Z
Unsuccessful candldat for Whig
nomination for' presidency sev
eral times. Fsmous for bla
speech In reply to Hayn In
1830 and In opposition to Cal
houn In 1833.
A gentleman waa strolling acroaa a
large estate wben be came upon a
"What kind of flab do you catch
aerer ' he aaked.
' "Mostly trout," replied tbe man.
"How many have yon caught V , .
"About ten or twelve, air."
"What la about the heaviest you
have caught" continued the geatle
man. . s
"Well, I dont know tbe weight, but
the water aunk two or three feet wben
I pulled It out"
Notice of Application for a Liquor
Notice la hereby gtven that I
will, at the next recalar aseetias
of - the City Council, ap; !y tor a
license to sell liquor at gay sine
of business, Th Cobweb Wka)
House, 417 Mala atreet, for a period
of ibree anoatha.
". ' CiA. BRADY.
Notion of Application for a Liquor
Lie nee. . . - ,
Notice la ' tereby given that ' I
will, at the next regular meeting
of tbe Ctty Council, apply for a
license to sell liquor at my place
of business, The Palace Saloon,
Fifth and Main atreeta, for a period
of three moatba.
DISSOLUTION Or PARTNERSHIP.
The partnership heretofore existing
under the Arm name of Story ft Thom
as, having been dissolved by mutual
consent, all liabilities of the Arm are
assumed by Owen G. Thomaa and all
accounts due tbe firm are payable to
tbe aforeaald Owen G. Tbomaa.
Dated at Oregon City, Oregon, tbls
24th day of February, 1911.
- .- E. r. STORY,
" OWEN a THOMAS.
Wants. For Sale, Etc
Notices under thM classified headtns-s
will b Inserted at on cent a word, first
Insertion, tialf a eent additional Inser
tions. One Inch card. 12 per month: half
Inch card. (4 llnes fl per jnonth. .
Casn must accompasy order unles one
haa an open account with the mmt. No
financial responsibility for errors; where
errors occur free corrected notice will be
printed (or patron. Minimum chars lac
WANTED Experienced girl for gen
eral housework .In family of three.
Apply at Huntley Bros.' Co.
VACUUM CLEANING don for (0
cents an bour. Call Pacific Statea
FOR 8ALB One 1200 lb work horse
at $75 and one number 33 refrig
erator. P. D. Newell, Jennings
FOR " SALE Space In thla column.
Sell that old plow or harrow; yon
dont uae It elnce yon purchased,
your new one.
75 acre' tract good land, no rocks, 3
.mile from Oregon City, 1H mile
from O. W. P. car line. Good fruit
land. Cut Into 7 and 14 acre tracts.
$ 100 to 225 jr acre. Enquire of
D. K. Bill ft Co., Room , Beaver
Bldg., Oregon City.
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR.
HARRT JONES Builder and General
-Contractor. Estimate cheerfully
given on all classes of balldtng
work, concrete walks and reinforced
concrete. Re. Phone Main 11L
O. D. EBT, Attorney-at-Law, Money
loaned, abstract furnished, land
titles examined, eatatea settled, gn
eral law bualnesa. Over Bank of
Oregon City. v
TJHEN ft 8CHUEBEL, Attorneys-at-Law,
Deutacher Advokat, wlU prac
tice la all courts, make coUeotlona
and settlements. Office In Enter '
prise Bldg., Oregon City, Oregon.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
V. R. HYDE, Abstract Office
Land titles Investigated, conveyan
cing, notary public
Room 7. Barclay Bldg, Oregon City.
E. H. COOPER. For Fire Insurance
and Real Eatat. Let ua bandl
your propertlea we buy, sell and
exchange. Office In Enterprise
Bldg., Oregon Ctty, Oregon.
FRETTAO ft 8W AFFORD, Real Es
tate Dealer, bav choice bargain'
in farm landa, city and suburban
homes, good fruit landa and poultry
ranches. See ue for good buys
Near 8. P. depot
SECOND HAND FURNITURE.
NEW 8 TO RE. NEW GOODS.
When I moved Into my new atore
I put In a nice line of NEW FURNI
TURE, which I am aalllng at th pri
ce uaually quoted for aacond hand or
hop-worn goods. Com In and look,
Fin line) of curie and relic. .
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