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OKEGOV CTXT OREGON
K. K- BROD4C. Edit? d PvbtlaJa-.
- Bjter4 aa lpl rlaaa Basttrr Jaa
wanr d I SI I. at Uw toM oAc al Otmmi
Oily. - Oraajoo. th Act of Marc,
a. it7 -,
raw or- sosavmi.
Oo Tear, ay aaaD .. .
PI Mawtha. by "
1 Fawr Maajtkax ir aaajl.
Far . r eau
Wat faa. aa- mr first Inawrtloa ...IS
' Fwat Par. r tax a4 Inaartloaia. .1r
- Pi. Carnal poafttoa a7 Pa"a. par fcirh
flrat hiaanliMi Ite
piaTtm aaaHka ay aarv. par kadi
K a4 kwnloM le
Man paper atfcar thaa Prat 94, par bark
rirvt laawrtloo lie
or with other dlaftgsfattoaa from
Fourth of July eiploaloaa, to know
that th a reworks trust has been pat
out or basia by tb lastltutioa of a
aa Fourth. Th loss of fin
from tbs hand of on bo or girl Is
tor to b .regretted (has tbs failure
of s bis Ann. especially f tbs Una is
queetioa contributed to tbs dancer
that has corns boms to roost.
FORUM OF THE PEOPLE
Tha puMlahara of Ta Vlomlns Knter-
nrlaa dtaetalaa nMtublllrr for th aanu-
meat aapraaa la th arttrlra rmW'"'
rraca ttaaa la tlraa ta this eoluaaiv. Pa
Udtjr la rva in an effort to ba fair, an
wtih tha Wm to tha pubtWalloa of both
SI ta la a qurMloA. i-otnratinManvna
atuet now properly aijroed lo In sura pub
lu- aaaar aaSee tHaai flrat naam aaa- kaek
ntaai uon ac 1 bra umn n ni.wFnwt'
lira's Tar per Ha: la rernlar a4rr Now sine the county court has b-
tkwra ac un. ran s now war of road con struct loo.
waata. nor faie. to Kent eic . 00 w . wnnld Ke nn)r another tuat and
IWl a WW lirvt HIWi Lm . v. VOT.. , . . ... n a I . .
aarh additional 1 rvx.wiurc- irp iu mi " j". I ClSton
Aoernathy ana v
O.V.P. GIVE SflOXER
EVEN BOXINQ BOUTS WITH LO
CAL MEN INTHE LIST AND
ONE WRESTLING CONTEST.
There was a lares attendanc at
ths arooser gtva by tbs employes of
ibs P. R. L A P. Co. at SUblmaa
ball. In 8 II wood. Thursday evening
Uuais was by tbs Alumni orchestra.
Tbsrs wers eight boxing and on
wTMtllnc number on hs p rot ram.
Tbs first match was between Win
freeman, of Oregon Cliy, and Kid
Sllllvr. of Portland, rrsemaa bad the
beat of tbs argument
Kid Lyle and Geo. RabU both of
Portland, was ths second number;
wiih Lyls having tbs boat of, tbs ds-
Hat, for adrortkalnc In tha Weekly ' Hnd CHre4 and How
EoteTprtaa wui b tha aajna .aa la tno mucB aiHMeareu lana iners m nac
a mas County. If this la done taxes in
a few years will beeoms much re
duced and Clackamas County wilt be
daltr. for adrarctaeaarnta ae( rapectaJhr
' tar the weektr Wbera the adrertiaenent
V Is transferred (mm the daily to the week -ly.
wttaont chaaire. the rata will be tc
, lark for lua of tha paper, and 10 aa
tack for sracJal poalUoa.
' raah ahould acrompaa' order wbara
parte la unknown. In paitneas offlcaj of
- I ttt Cnterprtae.
t4Tal advert latnf at lewal adrortlatnt
Ctrraa adrertlalnc n4 apecia! traaatent
adrartanna at lie In oc aa men. acrerd
- fcns to special condition roTernlna; I he
Tlra Sale" and Bankrupt BaJe" adrar-
out Of debt.
There Is no disputing the fact that
rery many farmers of this county do
not kIts in more than three-nnns to
three-fourths of their cleared land. If
this community can be taken as a
safe rulde. For Instance ws ha a
neighbor Joining us 'on the south side
who owns 10 times as much Und as
Moss were next
on tbs program with Abernathy show.
Ing but. He will fight Youen st Van
couter Friday nig lit-
The fifth was between Morgan and
Parry, both O. W. P. employes, Mor.
gan showing best.
Sandstrom and Caranaugh were
good but were adjudged a draw.
Sandstrom then went on wtth Ste,r
ens and the decision was given to the
Kid Main, of Oregon City, and Kid
Burnslde. of Portland, were next on
the program. - First bout was Main's,
second even and third Burnslde'.
The wrestling match was between
Price and Usle Baker. Price won
stamoa to prepay aoauan.
we do. and has four times as' much
ta SSe Inch flrat Insert 00: addi- cleared land is we have land alto-
tloaai koaertlona aano matter 3a men. Mber and six times as much cleared
Km Items and well arlt'en artlciesH land as we. and yet his taxes, were
"T1t- ta,72 l l2L.rr?d-' only fire times our taxes last year. flr, (n Ore minutes but ths see-
win a aladnr secaptea. ttcjaetaa maau- . . . v- t I . j 1 j
turnes uaicoa accompan- r ' J ' " -
nearly one-ban man otnr auiautr
! farmers here in proportion and there
are others. When you talk of honesty
in public life what can you expect
when there Is so much dishonesty la
! Let us bare an honest surveyor
next who will perform- his duty fear
lessly. . :
PHsnds Qlv Mrs. Jans Crswferd a
(surprise sn That Occasion.
Friends of Mrs. Jans Crswford. of
Mountain Mew. united to give that
good lady a surprise at, hr home
Tbursday afternoon. Tha occasion
was tbs anniversary of tbs &Tth birth
day of Mrs. Crawford, and friends and
neighbors Joined In1 making the dsy
on long to be remembered. It was
a great surprise to Mrs. Crswford.
Ths ladle of ths Bible Study class
of Mountain View gar Mrs. Craw
for a auttt. with the nam ot the donor
on each block combining to make the
quilt. A number of other presents
were given.' Tb two daughters 01
Mrs. Crawford Mrs Frank Parker
and, Mrs. Frank Alldredge provided
ths eaiablea mad necessary for tne
lunch that was served. i
Thoo present wer Mrs Iew llen.
ward Nelson ' ..
R. S. McFarland
II. W. llsgemsno i
rrank Rlebhoff ....
Fashion Ui eaoi ,
Geo. A. Droa
W. 11. Msttoon
Mrs. Joy ,.i......V.
T. M. Miller
F. nurks ....i
C. 15. Ramsby ...........
R. 3. McUughtlo
B. K Judd
Mrs. Dullard, Mr a. Scbott. Mr. Qulnn, OI xjikkelson
Mrs. liana, Mrs. Mauta, Mrs. Vsn Hoy.
Mrs. Brown. Mr. CrawArd. Mrs,
Parker and son Glean and Mrs. All
drdg aad daughter Suevene.
ted tlerber .
IX H. Wstts . .
R. K. Judd . . .
Tim (ells tas story, seventeen J. t .Drake ..
years ago Harris Grocery began iAlltn Baksr
furnish tb best la our line and wf
ar atill at It.
V. V. Myer
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
Uarch 17 In American History.
1T78 British army under General
Bow evacuated Boston.
1TTT Roger Brook Tsney. long chief
. Justir of the United State, born:
', died 1854. Jssrlce Taney pronounc-
d tb verdict la the famous "Pred
'Scott case" -that the negro, being
- of an Inferior order, had no rtglita
wfalrb the white mas was bound to
ond was declared a draw,
The smoker proved very enjoyable
to the railway employes who talk of
POWER COMPANIES COMBINE.
Enforce Present Law First.
Editor Enterprise: I see that Coun
cil is to be asked to consider a new
Home Rule ordinance at an early date.
. In fact the proposition is rue lor
i Council to give up a whole evening to
.the consideration of that question.
M0 Blanche K, Brace, on or the ; c,n S4 no reason for a new or
tnost dlirtlne-aUhed colored men of j dinance at this time. If tb laws and
bis era, died; bora 1841. ' ordinances that are now on our books
JSCS Tb Panama canal treaty rati- , are enforced w don't need any more.
And bv tb Catted States senate. and if those now on the books are not
2908-Ssoator William Plnkaey Wbyt "forced what reaaotf hive we to
t if.rvt.iul hor. IJTM think that new ones will be enforced?
Pioneer Irrigation Company Absorbs
CAXBT. Or.. March 16. Th final
papers wer signed In th Bank of
Canby yesterday, whereby tb Canby
Canal Company, of Canby, th pioneer
Irrigation 1st of the Wlllamett Valley,
absorbed tb Aurora Electric Com
pany, and the Molalla River Power
Company. By acquiring th combined
Interests of tb two latter companies
tb Canby Canal Company now owns
100.000 Inches of water.
At present tb two minor companies
are engaged In supplying electric cttr
ergy to tne towns of Canby, Barlow.
Aurora. Hubbard and Donald. By the
consummation of this deal, wblcb baa
been under way for some time, tb
Chief Shaw, tb new bead of tb Canby Canal Company -become on
. ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS.
- (Trsa aooa today to boo tomorrow.)
tans seta 94JO, rise J2; moon rises
faTl a. aa.; atooa at descending nod.
ias path downward. -
If Roosevelt would trail the tntrsts
' b might be the next President by ic
Indlcatioas go to show that th rush
; to Oregon this spring Is to b the
- greatest la tb history of the State.
.: What are you doing towards getting
' your frlewds out this way?
.- M '
,' Roosevelt has not forgotten to oc-
eastooally take a fall out of a politi
v eJan who la crooked as be passes up
' . and down la the land. Tb more pow
er to kirn for having the courage to do
j police departmenu seems anxious to
euxorce toe laws auu uruiusocri, n-u
hail to blm for tbl manifestation of
willingness. Why not tell blm to "go
to it" and that we will back him with
officials In the courts, and public senti
ment in the business and home walks
of Hfe. and then see what we shall
see as to the straightening out of any
crookedness In the saloon business of
of the strongest wster snd power con
cerns In the Willamette Valley.
Read Olst, No. 54.
John Owing ,
L R. Garrett
A e Cailest er ... .
Gregersoa Bmsv ....... .
D. Samson .........
a I. Town .............
Jen Sorensen ..
.Walter Long .........
J. U Stantoa
W, F. Stantoa
Read Diet No
P. P. O'Connor j
W. C. Ward .
W. H. Mattooa ..."
N. , Blair
Balfour Guthrl A Co...
Coast Brtdg Co.....
Howe A Company
Brail Company .'......
R. B. Besii
I Wilson A Cook
(J. R. Myers
t i t
.$ 3.50 W
. J 50 i C.
. 5 00 ! D.
. 350 00
J. F. Eckerson
L D Larklns
1 J. T. Drak
r. Groas !t"
' (5. M. a Jones ,...
Yed GerbrJ. , , ;--L
8. A. I). Hungat
Justice of th Pssc
M. K. Ksndle
T. J. Wirt i
C. C. Kandl ....
H. G. Hartshorn
W. If. Lawrence"
U F. Darby
W. W. II. Samson
a C Frost .....
W. II. Greytl .
E. Young ...... r
A.! Rees- . ....
U Ileorbman ,
Are Yoo A Money Saver?
Most vry n spsU to a money Mvar i0m
Soma pet t ssv whn thlr Ineem Uroari
save whsn their eapenees are nil, " ' 0lhra alta w
psopl who wait until they sn ssv without effort ra. .
save! they wsh up aom day flllsd with rgrta bseaua.,1!1"
unities they hav missed. - " " h
Th morl 1st Begin r0uU saving at (hit bank Nnu.. .
th Ineem, msk th ug a II It I les and ssv tha din h(tvr
It's a dmpi matMr ta start a eavlng aoeunt hsr. . BM
The B Ant of Oregon City
It, V. A luvnai rraaHwaaia, " . a i "
T i- Can,
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK"
of OREGON CITY, OREGON
Trsnsoat a 0nrl Banking Buslnsaa ' . Qpeaj fe,,, A. M
W. W. Myrs
J. U Maddock
HAD BAD QUARTER HOUR.
! A. Mather
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. March 16 htenrv Rwalea
For 15 minutes yesterday, Erat Bol- .
linage . i.w k..t ..w,Ar I v -nanes Ulll ....
eight feet of dirt In.a well here, butf TMcMurry ....
he was reftctiwl alive, and nhvalelana ! Rart rierher
the city now not rush Into things I D suffered no serious Injury. H Joe SDraau
was at the bottom of a 16-foot well ' f, rV.
when the wall caved In. Workmen ' rr
hesrd his cries snd dug blm out. Me ' p' O Connor ...
was unconscious. Charley Johnston
13.50 Q. a. Brown .,
44.00 J.'D. Pssquello
7.60 p. M. Darling .,
23.75 j F. C. Burk ....
23.00 r Geo. Rskel ....
calculated because of their strenuous
natnre to soon become s desd letter
on the statute books of the State and
city? This as a suggestion, not that
it is to be binding on Council.
R. E. Woodard ,
Wm. M. Smith
H. Trembatb .,
F. A. Mlls ....
J; W. Wilson
DISPLAY AT COUNTY FAIR.
This is St. Patrick's Dsy. and Sl
Patrick is one of tie most popular of
th patron saints of the Irish face.
And when one stops to not the deeds
that are done in honor of Su Patrick
It Is easy to see that one of the main
Irish trai's la the honoring of those
who bare ibeir confidence.
The last blizzard to start things In
th East seems to have claimed many
Uvea for its toll In the lake regions
of the north. All of which should go
to fbow the people of Oregon that It
Is a nice thing to lire in a country
where the wind can blow a little with"
out snuffing out life every time the
leaves are mde to stir.
Committee Appointed to Organize the
Neighborhood for Growing Samples.
Clalnnont several weeks ago decid
ed to have a neighborhood display at
the Clackamas County Fair at Canby
the coming September. With that enl
In view the neighborhood has appoint
ed a committee to take the matter of
display in band. The committee is as
follows: a Kuppen bender, Mrs. Lew.
Is Sutherland. Mrs. Kordanant, John
Oaffney. Fred .Wourms, Mr. Pugh, J.
E. Downer and David Sherruble. t
This committee will meet monthly
and will at once formulate plans so
thst the whole sesson may be devoted
to growing and formulating a fine
showing. The display ' will be of a
general character, comprising fruits,
vegetables, grains, baked goods, etc.
DIME SOCIAL TONIGHT.
Wcmen of Woodcraft in Charge, at
ThrVom-n of Woodcraft will give
a dime social at the Woodmen hall on
Priday evening. The affair will be In
honor of St. Patrick, and decorations
suitable for the occasion will be used
A supper will be nerved during the
evening, and the table will be dec-
orated. During the early part of the
What is Oregon City going to do "f a JT?1? L,0 "
about getting the Rooaeveli train to
stop here for a short talk? What
would bring more friends from the
country into town than to fix up Just
such a stunt as that? The people In
lo. Victor Gault: club swinging. Miss
Those who. will have charge of the
affair are captain of tbe guards, Mrs.
fl. S Walker: musician, Mrs. Frank
Berzel, and the eight guards. Mem-
the country like the ex president, and bers of the order are given the prlvl
would b glad of a chance to honor lege of inviting friends.
him and hear him talk for a few min
ute. Why not get busy and get htm
to stop? .
There will be little sympathy in
' tbe homes of people who have boys
' snd girls with a finger or fingers off,
Merry Dancing Club Party.
The dancing party to be given at
Busch hall this evening by tbe Merry
Dancing Club promises to be a most
enjoyable affair. Tbe muKlc for the
occasion will be fnrnlxhed by Hoes
ley's orchestra, of Portland. There
will be 20 dances on the program.
Natural Resources Are
For All the People,
Not Only a Few.
Br CirPORD PINCHOT. rormarChKf cf the Unlud Mat., roraatr .m..
ypIIE conAerration motement met with no opposition to long ai
, (I 'L Vt promulgation was done in-general terraa and limited to
; sfr teaching. When, however, we began to' translate the idea
; : into action OPPOSITION DEVELOPED.
'i ... 'Tbs 'movement then fcegari to. bare to fight for Ua life. For the
time being the idea has been pestered on one question. That question
'' Is, If there are natural resources in this country, for whose benefit are
thej to exist t - IT IS WRONG THAT THEY SHOULD BE EX
: PLOTTED. FbR THE BENEFIT OF THE FEW. .
EVERY MONOPOLY IN THE END IS BOUND TO REPOSE ON
-NATURAL RESOURCES. SO DOES EVERY INDIVIDUAL. MONOPOLY
AND THE -COMMON' WELFARE HAVE BEEN FOUND TO BE IN
COMPATIBLE IN THE. LONO RUN - I DO MOT OBJECT TO USING
PUBLIC, UTILITIES AND NATURAL RESOURCES. BUT I DO OBJECT
TO USINQ THEM. FOR THE. BENEFIT OF. THE FEW RATHER THAN
rJ THE BENEFIT OF THE WHOLE PEOPLE. "H
j , .
The Kind That
Our New Steel Die Embossing
Machine IS THE THING
.'In' the front rank of the
P. A. MUee ..
& T. Mas '. .
IliirixHiKhs Adding Macbln , ..
J. O. 8isat
K. w. naser
0. r. Johnson
J. N. Wlsner . r.
C 1L Pratt
Nora Crl well
Maud Koran ,
Myrtl Cross .
Ceunty Clark. .
MM. Alexander A Co..,....
W. U Mulvey ................
Class A Prudhomm
Extending Tea RH.
Maud Moran ...............
Blaln Kins .
On Renoer ,
C. a l"ralt.
. ,f . Rrdfr.
U K. William
Geo. U Story
O. W. Oroucher ,.
C. Jackson , ..
A. L Ukt .
C. A. Norrls
1 Jeffry ....
Ducbegger . .
O. Kinney ..
Dr. II. V. Addlg
R. Stantoa ....
O. L Hedges . . .
T. J, ro
t. . Schools.
John Kent t-,.....
Geo. A. Harding
Drenton V odder
A. C. Thompson .......
8ty's Grocery ..
C. IL Thorp
Aldrlch Grocery . , ,
Tarr Ilro. ,
J. W. Root
IL IL lleatl
R. I. Ilolmsn ... .
W. a Bddy A Bon .
Jack A Albright ...
J. lilckner A Hon ,
8lcy's Store ....
J. B. Krrick-T
1. A. Turn
Mtaa post No. n. A.
If. 8. Mount
B. T. Mass
Western Utilon Tel. r,..,. j
Oregon CMy Courier ,,..,, .
Oregon Clly Knlerpria ',' WM
Wild Animal Bewsty.
IV C. Palmar
a. C. Hunter .
C Kandl ....
B. O. Russell
O. Aacbof ....
Wna. Ilardla ..
L A. Darl ...
7 Jr.. Nicholas ...
Hwk A Mcetfatrlck
P. W. Green man ...
a T. Meldrum
Paul Dunn ....
C. Simmons , J
4 1. SO
I J. Can field J... 1S.00
A. J. Lewis ,,j 40.00
. Tax Rebsts.
Wm. N.' Marshall r7.T.t2-B5
M. Moehak .J..' m
M. Moehnk ... l1l47
Mary T. Hungai 78
T Boarf of Hsslth.
City Restaurant f 1.00
C. II. Daucby T....... S.XS
W. J. Wilson1 .S0
Df. J. W. Norrls 81.43
Pacific States Tel. Co. ....... 14.08
Horn Tel. Co..,.; 1178
Huntley Broa. Co 410
F. J. Hurley f 9,70
Wilson A Cook ,JJ
P. Mattoon 2113
B. T. Msss 7160
" ownu ,.,,,,,,,
David B. Jones
C. B. Burns
M. Krneger ..
John Avln ...
W. T. Gardner
Mrs. rirndtl ..
J. A. Jones . .
W. T. Tlnsley
l..T. Barlow .....
T, R. A. Bellwood
Itilhri ...... t , , .
Geo. May , . . .
Pred Dakar .
8. M. Kalao
n. . iu.i A ......a,,,,
Richard Hart greaves ......
W. O. french
J. A. Randolph
...... , .
....,. 4. ..r;
...... I 16.00
Oregon city Msrtreta,
Th garsl , market tsadsaqr 1
do wa ward, la certain lastsaesi 17
markd aad ta others kosaia a 1
lack of supply tending ayvirii, M
when th average Is s tract Ua a
dncy la downward. ' ' -7
APPUCS flood appas A i
stand yet and ths prtt tevttsi
hotter prtrea for good steckj lain) k
enouih ood itor. kowertr, tkst
Ur I III tl or no deaual lor par
stork at any prlr. priest rust
about 76 to 81 the bos. vltfe ana
ebole commanding as klfh si C
Stock In bands of growers sasll; ha
has boon sold ; It Is tb cheta is
I ft and they command ssoat Mt
Hood River appl sr ssllisg U-B a
POTATOES Slow mors ami. A
mand llabL Plenty of tool stock b
tha country yet and s few sayi H
outsld buyers were blddlag fcirtr
well for them bn sow ths immt
sema aatlsfled or tb bayarf aar
Many sr holding for IW
higher thaa tbe market ssd IssalW
era cannot ship In safety; "
rang from ftoc lo 1110.
VEOBTABLK8 Utll '?
last report; onions sr a Uttl m
lo prlc but other vegetables lea
about th asm. Onions Is. w
and carrots 75c to 1 1 sack, asratisi a
to 11.38 aack, cabbsg c po.
FLOUR AND FEKD FTou'
lower and demand wesi.
down to 88 with best briMtni
15 80; som selling ss krw ss U
Brans and other feed- gralss sr
31 a ton from last reports, sboru
Ing 3120. bran barley 11.18,
to 31.70. oats 324 lo 128. Psfl
for local wheaL , 1 ,
HAY Lois of bay la wOT
being offered freely ow'
weak. With winter past 1 11??!
to sU and th market ba iroW
. .. 1 ara 40
consuence. aii gr."-. 0
from 61 to 8150-Clover . '"
811 to 813. timothy H5 to IllW.1
fa 818 to 317.
BOOS Ar very plentiw"" -
prlc ranges snout ioc.
BUTT BR Very weak an
only commanding from .
Ornery alw.y. stiff
Ina ffM IO inn III w , ... u
market Is only paylnjl tnm
Jflc. Cholco dairy will or""
200 to 25&
higher and th. demand igi
bring 160. roosters .
aad mlid chickens 13c to IH. "
tag doing In largef fowls. .
lOo to lie. hogs M Jft
big d.mand for mutton tbst w
flactaata according lo what ISO
HlDK8-Orn 6c 9"? ,
dry bides 13o to 14C Mp T.
to 76a each. .
WOOL-btW1 -to w r
mohair 28d to 80o. . .
dried nHjm-Fl'S 4
So and 7c, sun dried oc, v
"sALT-Balllng 0 J
64 lb. aack, half ro"d iOC
100 lb. aaoks.
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