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MORNING ENTERPRISE, 'TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1911.
OREGON CITY, OREGOIT
I. C BftODIC. tdlsoe .and Publisher.
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0V S. at lb post oOW al Orroa
Ctty. Wswi. unsvr th Act of Hand
. TTJW1 or ICKCBPTWH.
On Ysar. fcjr Mil -.
Via Months, by mall
Feur Months, by saU
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FVst raaa, pmr men first InaarOosi..
rirat Pa, por Inch aMd Iwrtlu . .ISc
rrrmmrrra powiNXl any pas, par rn-h
, first Insertion ...... ISe
-irwwmi wiwi any nags, pr Bach
t4M In rttons ise
Kim rr other I ban rirst pa, par bvs
first Insertion He
- Run paper (Kiw ttiaa first pmm. per hteft
, added mr liana Sc
Locals ISe prr Una; to rrutar adVsr-
iwmi sr una.
Wants. For Kale. To Rant, ate
cent a wort first Insertion; oce-hajf cant
Rate far advertising tn tb Weekly
r-marpnae win oe tn aaina aa la ths
auy. ror aarertiaemrnts net vaoeclaJIv
for the weekly Where ine advert lee men t
is cranarerrea mm tne daily to the week
ly, wttnout chance, the rat will be le
aa took for run of the paper, and leg an
lock for special position.
Cash should acconipanv order where
psrtr fat unknown In bualneaa office of
' the Enterprise.
tJ advertising at legul advertising
wm agreed to dob bar of amend
meats that are to be Incorporated aa
tha amended oirdinaaoe presented for
anal paasago at a meeting later, whea
It will ba voted M U u ordinance for
tbe flrat time.
It looka very much aa If tba ameod-
ad ordinance would pass. Tha things
moat objectionable to tboaa mora lib
eral than tba committee who drew tba
ordinance have been eliminated and
It looka much aa If all parties were
flirty well suited, and If this state of
mind caa be continued until tba nest
meeting tba ordinance aa amended la
llkelT to be accepted with only minor
LARGE CONCOURSE OP FRIEND
AND MANY FLORAL TRIBUTE
No MEMORY OF DECEASEO.
Circus advertising and special transient
edvsrttstna at lie to c an Inch, accord
taajto special condltioas gorsrnlng the
"Fare Sale" and Bankrupt Sale" adeer
,tlassjinta ttc Inch first Insertion: addi
tional Insertions same matter 2Sc Inch.
New Items and well w.lt'en artldea
It wltk Interest to InreJ ri
rill be gladly accepted. Rejected manu
scripts never returned unless aecompaa
sd by stamsa to prepay xeuura.
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
March 21 In American History.
1610 Porabootaa. celebrated Indian
heroine, died at Oraveseod. Eng
land: born aboat
1801 General Joseph K. Johnston,
noted Confederate leader, died:
1006 The Cnited States proposed ar
bitration in tbe dispute with Vene-
, 1906-Decbtloo by United States DIs
trlct Jndire Otla J. Humphrey grant
- tng Immunity, pleas of flee offlcera
ander Indictment for conspiracy la
- restraint of trade la Chicago.
" , ' ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS.
(From noon today to noon tomorrow.)
Soa sets tHO. rises .624; moon rises
iai a. m.: 15:54 p. bl. eastern tlme.
TemaJ eqtiinos. spring begins: ran
; crbaaea tbe equator from soutbera to
Borthera heayens: days and nights
' equal tbe world orer; ino seta on south
' poie and rises on north pole.
Obligations ef Guests.
It may rery probably come as a
abock-to souie pMple to- learn that
guests bare obliKaiioiia. tbe Idea pre
vailing that these lie ua tbe shoulders
of tbe hostess. Indeed, there are some
fortunate persoos who are quite satis
fied that as guests they are conferring.
not receiving, obligations by their pres
ence at parties and that having actu
ally appeared nothing more can be re
quired of them. Tbey are graciously
pleased to eat their boat's dinner and
amoks his cigars or possibly to air
through tbe concert or whatever enter
tain meet be may have provided anil
when leaving, bavins perhaps, perhai
not. ahaken their buetese by tbe baud
and murmured. "Six b a pleasant par
ty r tbey consider tbey have fulfil led
all social duties. That tbey have talk
ed through the music or yawned In
tbe drawing room after dinner or have
been obviously bored by their partner
at dinner la. of course, not Ibelr fault,
and tbey feel perfectly Justified la
picking boles la tbe entertainment and
remarking to tbelr various, frieods:
"Were you ah- tbe So-and-so's last
night? Vly dear, what a crush! 84
badly mans red I got only a grape for
eupper. AiJ poor X. aang all out of
rune. Deor me! Why do people give
parties) like 1 bit T Why. Indeed. If that
Is all tbe pleasure tbey afford their
Tha funeral .aervlcea over tba re
mains of the lata Mrs. Sarah Cllne-
felter. wife of Albert CUnefetter. and
a wall bnown and respected woman of
Oswego, were held on Bob day after-
pnoa at 1:30 o'clock from tbe Metho
dist Episcopal church. Dr. Cudllppe,
pastor of tha Grace Methodist church
of Oswego, assisted by Rev. Bishop,
paator of the Oswego M. K. church,
had charge of tha aervlcea, which ware
attended by many friends- and ac-
ouatntancea of the deceased. The
floral offerings were beautiful, one of
which was from the Artisans, one
from tbe family, one from tha Mite
Society of the Metbodlat church, while
many others were from tha friends.
Tha Interment waa In tha Oswego
cemetery. Tha pallbearers were
Messrs. Charles Pox. Mr. Mclnfyre.
Mr. Koehler. eharlea Pauling. John
Manning and F. K. Davidson.
Mrs. Cllnefelter waa bora tn Law
rence county. Ohio. March 4. 1143. and
waa united in marriage 45 years ago
to Albert Cllnefelter. Tba family re
sided In tbe state of Ohio until -19
years ago. when tbey came to Oregon
making their home at Oewego. Her
health had been poor for the paat
Mrs. Cllnefelter leaves besides bar
husband tbe following children: Thom
as Cllnefelter. of Oswego: Mrs, Rosa
Shipley, of Greaham; Mrs. Nora Zim
merman, of Oregon City; Lester CHne-
feiter, of Oswego.
pitchers; Nino Lone, flrat baas; Fred
Freeman, second base; O. Frost, abort
atop; Miller, third base: Douthlt. cen
ter field; Pets Long, left Held; Van
Nortaa. right field. Substitutes. Car
nott S pea car. Thar will be another
practice gams next 8unday, after
which there will be aa effort to have
scheduled games each 8unday. Suits
are eapected this week.
Fifteen New Applications
Willamette CouaciL Knights sad
Ladles of Security, met la regular
business session Monday evening. Ap
plications ror aaembersbip were re
ceived from IS aev members, sad Bins
new members wars Initiated. The
lodge will celebrate Its tenth anniver
sary oa the first of April
. . Fee a Heetesa te Pender.
clever buntesa b wade up the
followlnit table of don't for a dinner
boat seat tbe two cleverest people
aide by side.
Don't bare nervous walling maids.
Dual rouOde any i-f our terrlded
anticipaihUM ur iiulsud.
IHm t put a aiaa -(! to bis wife
or a marrieil rwuple on the same elds
of tbe fable.
ivm 1 fonrrt 10 overkk tbe table la
detail before 1 be gut arrive.
1 lout ran ih Im n.idr aud la us
drawing muiu five mlnurea before the
time tbe guewt are e;vtrd to ar
lonl a Mow 1 be woverviiloa to rs
aui entirely .I pri-eu two
Make li getierai at timei
pot at :S0 o'clock. Before returning
to this city they enjoyed a dinner, and
were afterwarda takaa for aa auto
mobile rids by Mr. asd Mrs. A. W.
DIES AT OSWEOO HOME.
A. H. Bullock Celled Fram Earth Mon
day Morning Funeral Today.
A. II. Bullock died' at the family
boms at Oswego yesterday morning
at 1 o'clock, after a brief illness, and
the funeral services will be bald from
tha Methodist Episcopal church this
afternoon at t o'clock, and tha lnle
meat will be la the Oswego cemetery.
Mr. Bullock was bora In Tennesson
on January a. 1141. . lis crossed the
PlJlna with hla parenta In 1I4. and
resided la Oregon city a number o(
years. Oa June 14, 111. be married
Martha Bell, who survives him, be
sides the following children: George
Bullock, of Oswego; John Bullock, of
Portland; Edward Bullock, of Salem;
Mrs, Hurry Baxter, of Camaa, Wash.;
Mrs. Edward Campbell, of Portland:
XI lss Blanche Bullock, of Oswego.
Arc Yoo A Moasy Saver?
Meat svery ana upsets la ha a money aaver earn.
Soma aapeet ts saws whan their Inoeme la lara?,.
ive whan thelf sapsneea are leaa, "ris'l sthsr, i(
people whs wsit until they San aavs without sow
ival they waha tip some day filled with regrets Hla w
nlties they have mleesd. . " vwBr,,, bscuM ihTJll
Tha moral lar Begin reBular aavlna at thla bank
a Income, make the out,o a little lees and aavi Tib. wfcvi.
It's a simple matter Js start a aavlnos assaunt hl
The Bank of Ore&pa Qty
n ft I ITfllinr i'l m mmm ! a "-asssBsa
a v w aw as 1 g t mea W9M u
ine roiiowing are those who are
registered at the Eleotric Hotel: W,
R. Ruddeck. New York; R. J. Ward.
Porttand; K. EL MazwelL Chlcaao
C A. Rasell, Chicago; John CartwelL
Eugene; L E- Tingle, Portland; Ma'
bel Stewart, Portland; E. D. Mooney,
Koaeourg; it. Bar ham, Seattle: C. A
Peck. Riverside, CaL; C J. McPball,
caicago; H. E. Abell. Chicago; V. B.
mei. Ban ay; James Anderson,- A. T
Murdy. Csnby; E. E. Gordon. Canby;
F. Jonea, John White. O. H. Newman.
u. Zimmerman, Milwaukee.
Oant Held Thing, In 1
C'irU. d..u'l iuiujtibc ibst you' mast
alwayx here lu your IimiuN some amaB
artkle a purse, a IniHlaerchlsf or
eveu a hairpin -In order to feel per
fectly at sie In l be (.rv--n.-e of straa
gers. Fontei that .vn .wia eight
. ant two tlimi.i nod tbey wilt
lie In your tip or itjj"i your aides
In tbe manner autxt r t'nral to tbem
A good . way tn ovnr iiiue self con
sciousoes and to gei rd of the sen
satloa of not taowliw a but to do with
rrhe hand Is te deliin-rstely start for
a long walk along a crowded tbor-
Mghfare without oven tbe tiniest of
cola purses between tbe fingers. Ton
will be aufTrtsed to note . bow few
Uy graceful women . are making
their bands work almi(SDooualy with
, WAR NEWS IS TAME.
, WeiL there have been a couple of
days passed without any new war
scare la this eouatry, and with little
' activity to report la tbe Mexican
, troubles. Even- tbe Mexicana axe dis
covering, with General Sherman, that
war is h I, and that the only man to
make money la the fellow who baa
shoddy clothing and mouldy provi
sions and rotten meat to sell and
that bo Is a robber on general princi
ples and a worse enemy of the State
. ; than the fellow tbey are fighting.
AN APPEAL FOR AID.
The Home Oil and Gaa Company, at
Stone, la out in an appeal for stock
, buyers to aid m the further search
for oil and gas at that point. Tbe met
Interested In the project have sunk
considerable money in tbe venture,
and are still going down Into tbe
earth. But they feel that It Is time to
ask others to join them for a small
investment, and they are offering lib
eral terms to those who will come in.
Ton are Invited to read their appeal,
and then do aa It seems best If oil
or gas were found in paying quanti
ties In this county it might mean
much for this section of the State. A
few dollars subscribed may mean suc
cess to the venture; withheld it may
apell failure to the enterprise.
BUSY SESSION OF COUNCIL.
Council held a special session Mon
day evening to consider a new Home
Rule ordinance, for tbe special regula
tion of the saloon, the original propo- J
sition coming from the people Inter
ested In making the saloons be good
before they were legislated out of the
The first ordinance presented for
Council's consideration came from a
special committee that drafted what
looked good to them. Tbe second was
presented by Councilman Pope, and as
expressed at the time It was present
ed, waa of a more mild character than
rv Council was Inclined to pick both
, to pieces, which it did. and finally it
Go to Band to I lw .
Alfredi Helfrlch and wife; lift Mop
day for Portland, and go from that
city to Bend. Oregon, where Mr. Hel-
win enter into the abno K.in.
As a matter of fact, however.- thla I 2L hf bT11 Connected for the paat
ouins win ine Oregon ' City
Shoe Store, having charge of the re
pairing department. Mr. and Mra.
Helfrlch came to thla clty from Elgin
for the benefit of tbe former's health,
wtych haa been greatly benefitted
since residing here.
kind of thing la often a pose. Tbe ap
parently disgusted guests nave prob
ably enjoyed themselves very much
and wouk! be horribly annoyed if par
ties like that were not given and furi
ous If tbey were not asked to them.
Often, too, tbey are really quite kind
hearted persons, but It has never oc
curred to tbem that guests at a party
should contribute toward Irs success.
Now. 'there are two motive, powers
which go to prodoce tbe good go eat;
either will do It. but .when tbey work
together tbe perfect guest ts tbe result.
These motive powers are good feeling
and good breeding. Tbe man or wom
an who la actuated by either of these
principles wlll not be rode or casual
or obvlouly bored, to mention only a
few of tbe characteristics of tbe mod
ern party goer. But while good feeling
will prevent one from doing what
would wound or annoy one's hostess,
good breeding and a knowledge of the
ways of the world are needed to pro
duce the flnlsbed guest. WlfboVt this
knowledge -one will be nervous, self
conscious and. lacking ease, will not be
able to add In any way to tbe success.
of tbe party.
Advice te a Bride.
Try to learn to be chummy with your
husband, so that wben the first glamour
of love dies yoo win have tba steady
glow and warmth of friendship and
comradeship to fan back opon and will
not be left aa so many couples are.
Cultivate a sense of humor. There
are many things in married life at
which we must laugh or weep, and tha
ability to see tbe funny side of tblass
win keep yoo from discontent.
Don't be one of tbe I told-you-so
women. Wben your husband makes a
mistake, let' him dowo easy and forget
tbe Incident. He will remember It with
tears or gratitude.
Don t expert your buHband to keep
up tbe bigb licensure toveioaklog of
bis courting days through forty years
or dead level matrimony.
Never roraei tbut a man la as much
bound to bare flattery as a child Is to
want sweets. Deny him sweets at
home and be is apt to go to the shop
down the street.
Don't lewtilt the fact that your hus
band Is nor all your xlrllxli fan-T
painted tilm Wti.n would a perfect
man want nlid rou?
Play Practice Ci mo
Price Bros.' base ball team had a
try-out Bunday to get Into shape for
the season s gamea. playing at Cane
mah Park. The line up Is Auk Smith
catcher; Arch Long and Rittenhouse,
WALK TO PORTLAND.
Four .Young Woman Prove Game for
the Wnols Distance.-, .
some of tbe young ladies of this
City, who will bo members of a nartv
that to contemplating walking to Now.
port the coming aummer, walked to
Portland 8 on day- afternoon. Tha
start from here waa made at S o'clock,
and going by the West Side. A stop
waa mads at Oswego, where a suf
ficiency of Coco Cola Quenched tha
thirst of the walkers, as ths afternoon
waa extremely warm, especially In the
un. Ths girls war extended several
invltatlona to rid in pasting auto. I
mobiles, but aa they were walking on
wager, tbey e fused to accent, al
though tha autoe -looked good." Ful-,
ton waa rsacnsw at 5:30 o'clock, and 1
from that place better time was mads, i week.
Ths giria reached First and Alder do-' Mra.
Mlsa Olive Ulaley, of Naef. a pent
several dare with her alater, Rtblyn,
at ths Oregon University la Eugene
Ed Olds. D. O. Worthlngton. II.
Skoog and E. Worthlngton rams homo
Saturday from Bull Run where they.
are working oa tbe Mount Hood rl'-
way. returning Monday morning.
T. R. Worthlngton and family, also
Cbas. Worthlngton and wife attended
tho funeral of Mrs. 8arah Cllnefelter
at Oswego Bunday.
8everal of ths. Oak Groveltes attend
od tho band concert la Mllwauklo Sat
urday evening, given by . the Mil
J. H. Graham Is building a atoue
fence la front of hla place. Tho Im
provement adds much to ths rftlus and
appearance of hla property.
Rev. Henry Bpela preached Sunday
morning la the Metbodlat church.
Fred Green, of Portland, was 00
Sunday looking over hla property.
MrjOreen will raise I bis building
and put It oa a level with the aires'.
Mr. and Mrs. warnsr. of Portland,
formerly of Pendleton, apent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Walls.
Ths base ball tsama were practicing
Bunday and getting in fins shape for
tbe coming season.
Prof. Butler1 attended tho local In
stitute at Gladstone Saturday.
Marie Glenn spent 8unday with her
mother, Mrs. Sarah Glenn.
Several of our cIMtens have polaon
oak and are quite ekk. Mra, Suter
haa a bad case of It.
Mr. Shanaiing, tho oregoniaa so
licitor, waa hero Saturday.
Mr. Miller, circulation manager of
tho Oregon City Enterprise, waa hero
Monday looking over ths territory.
Mr. Miller wants a good boy to taks
tho route aad get subscribers here
for the Morning Enterprise. This J
a good opening for aa Industrious boy.
F. J. MKT.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BArG
0! OREGON CITY. OREGON '$
I CAPITAL, tAOOfi.OQ. -
Transects a 0neeal Banking Bualneaa.' ; open fro, "
LET US DRILL YOUR WELL
Satisfaction guaranteed. Leave orders at
. OREGON CITY SHOE SHOP
McOREQORY 4 RIVER CO.
R. W. & R. S.W&T d 4
Ws do general repairing Broken machinery md tt 4,
work as new. Expects with gssollno onglnsa. - - .
Phones: Main tfiH. Homo 1ft. .
10 FOURTH (TREET 0RE00N CITY,
Many of the people have their early
Lucy Mltta and Prof.3ake Mltta
have been having aa attack of grip.
Jake being unable to teach part of the
Utile Riggs railed on Mra
Jim Mltta Sunday. , She also called oa
Mrs. u Riggs,
Dryland school will soon clone.
Frank Brush sheared Jim Mitt's
Mrs, Frank Hilton Is not Improving
very fast. Dr. -Dedmaa waa man.
Mrs. Mary E. Mitts took a horsobae-
rlds Saturday. She wsat to Robekaa
Quits a number Of our younr noonU
attended tho danoo at Needy St. Pat
Jess. Mltta has been working for
Will Bauer. '
George Mltta Is working for Sam
Lucy Mitts called Jo sew Mrs. I.
Hilton Friday evening.
Mr. B. Dreler had ths mlsfortuii"
to slip and fall a week ago aad hurt
hlmaelf but bo la able to be out agala.
Levi Robbina and Edlff Robblna to
Kverman Robblna. IVi acres of Ma
th las Snelgte s D. I C. No. 4S. town
ship I south, range 3 east; io. .
The Glenmorrlo Company to Eliza
beth M. Andrua, block 19. Glenmorrlo
Park, containing J.7 acres; 13300,
147 selves .
1140 wethers .....
404 wethers .....
117 owes i
14 eowt ,
71 bogs 1..
1 team draft horses
1 saddls bores ....
' Oregon City Market,
' Tho general tendency of lai aw
kets la apwarda, and this Is enwuf;
sw in tae prouuee una. la lunar
food a, such aa bay, wits a art an
coming oa and the use almost
for tho present winter ssaioa,taiB
maad to downward. But tat awtn
as a whole la a trifle mortitifM
with but few commodities iknui
APPLES Oood apptea art h b
mand yet and the pries Is Irat
bettsr prioea for good stock: 0m I
enough good stock, however, m tt
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WANTED You to know that the En
terpriae Job printing department la
the moat complete In the 8tate,
outside Portland. - Try It for your
Popular or Delegated Govern
! fnent Main Issue Before
1 the Country.
w a, Jr. Wnsfor f roan Oregoa.
"J.!0 lr0Rt TH, COUNTRY IS WHETHER POPULAR
wviannntni, WITH GENERAL WELFARE IT VITALIZ
ING FORCE, SHALL SAVE AND DEVELOP THIS 'NATION
OR DELEGATED GOVERNMENT, with ... ..... ....
RETROYINa FORCE,, SHALL BRING THE NATION TO INEVITABLE
ANARCHY. ' ' ' '
? "TLe.gaocesi nd daratioo of representative gOTernment depend
. ;;trpon RESPONSIBILHY AND A CCO UNTABI LITY the respon
pibllity of the people for their laws and selection of their public aerr
- fints.and the accountability of the pubb'c servants directlj to the
: . people. , ..s ,-- v 7-'Ji,', ' ' V '
' Under delegated government, still in vogue in most of 'our states,
- the people have no rolce in their legislation, thug inhibiting the de
, ",' relopment o the electorate, nor have they 'sny roice in tbe selection
:. of their, public aervanta, thus' DEB AUCIIINO THE PUBLIC
: " SERVICE because of the direct accountability of the publid servant
. to tbe political boss or special interest for bis nomination.
Our New Steel Die Embossing
Machine IS THE THING
John W. Thornton and Kato - C
I Thornton to Dura Black. 1.10 acres, there la little or-ao deawad tot r
momaa liaiiey U L C. No, 44. section
15, townsaip s south, range Hwsst
la' the front rank of the
T. I Brown to Augustine B. Drain
gsn, lot 1. block 11, Mllwauklo Park
Theodore fharlee Orell to Theresls
and ttenrge II. Smith, I seres of Eira
Fisher 1 U tt; 15
I. T. Blrite and Lena Strtte to Fred
erick Rnadarmel, s acres of section
. township J south, range 2 oast;
IT. L. Trulllnaer and Mauds L. Trub
linger to Charlee and Lillian Bhaw,
28 acrea of aectlon 15, township
south, range 1 eaat; 1.
Charlee and Lillian Bhaw to D. L.
Trulllnger. 11.15 ares of. aectlon ti,
lownsnip aoutn, range 1 eaat 11.
a -k. ana Annie Msuiewa, T. J. and
fla Loughlln. lots 14. is. block is.
Mlnthorn Addition to Portland; 1100.
Bperos fa pas to Ous nin, land In
Mlnthorn Addition to Port1andStlon.
If. M. and Anna M. Mullen to N. B.
Uoffltt. land In Milwaukle; 1.
Mary Anna Raurh to Com M. Minor,
iot z diock its. Oregon City; U00.
.Anna Brexee to Emma B. Thompson.
1.0S acres of section . township-1
aoutn. range 1 east; also lot 4 and
fractional part of lota and It. block
ft Root a Addition to MarahOoldi 11.
Portland Machete. .
Ths receipts for ths week have
been: Cattle 1103. calves JU. hogs
1 iz, anrep 5837, goats 25, horses and
Ths cattle market was ateady at
aai weeg-a aerune. There was not a
great deal of tons to the market but
a -clearance waa effected of all tho
stocg offered for sals.
Moat of ths hogs that cams In wars
contract deliveries from tho past. Ths
nwnei ror local stock went off 15o.
The sheep market was fairly steady,
supply and nricea took an onward
turn. There was a recovery of 15e to
25e from the former week'a line of
There waa an active demand for
heavy draft horses. Tho arrival of a
car load of Idaho horses on Friday and
ths coming of a car load of eastern
aran noraea tonight, win, in a meas
ure, maks up tho lack of suPDir. Thera
is also enroots a shipment of mules
Arrivals for Ihs first annnal PaHfln
northwest livestock show are coming
uio ine yaraa ana Indications nnlnt
to a splendid exhibition. , ...
ThO following aalaa are .nMun..
v a v . v mj .. imr
6 steers ...,,.. ,.,,,.1020
4 calves jjj
bmx-b 01 any prira rmm i
about 750 to. 1 the ssx, 1(t erv
choice commanding as VUh u t
Rtock In nanda of groweri tauU; tc
baa been sold ; It la the Costs mc
left and they command skoal It
Hood River apples are esulaf, 1 Jl 1
POTATOES There Is r.
stronger feeling In the auvkit, vtl
mors Inquiry; especlany for stslr
poeea. Fancy stock of Burbubi
bringing 11.28. seed potatoes L T
la eoaaldsrabis. local stuck 1st k k
moving soma ao that tbe rtat torn m
gala much headway.
VEGETABLES I Jttls ehakpiBsa
last report; onions are a Utile iO
In prion but other vegetable) nuts
about tho asms.. Onions me,nw
and carrots 76o to f 1 sack, paralpil.
lo HJI sack, cabbage So pooai
FLO U II AND FEED-rkw "
lower and demand weak, wx
down to IS with best brtmui "
It. 80; some selling as low si H
Feed nrirna are atatlonary Witk M
selling 111 to 23 ton, ahorti W l
III. shelled corn 1181 sn4ni
cracked 1.75, rolled barley 1
HAY liOts of hay la osBtrr
being offered freely bow; uw
aral, Wllk attntsr nasi f arSMTI V
to sell and tha market ha
mmuiimum All rrsdes arS n
from 1 to 1.50 clover $ to M ;
111 to II, timothy 14 to 111, "
111 to 10. ,LJ-
. fllTH riaalara hnvinC fof Upnn
to meet ths demand in tha due TV
Ing gray 25. white 2S 80 to I
that tba market Is wash sol MKW
WHEAT Psylng 15c,
EOOS Ars vary plentiful uA
nriea. rsnras about IRC.
BUTTER Very weaa an
only commanding from .100 wv
creamery always stilt and eomm
log 100 to 160. now. The PoU
market Is onlytpyin 'ro.1
10c. Choice dairy will brim
tOo to 25c -'
hlghsr and. ths demand ooa.
bring 16c, roosters 12c, youni
and mixed chickens 13c to 180. -
Ing doing In larger fowls. .
' ..-.1 AmmA la brinr-
lOo to lie, hogs lo and 10o, uj
kl m A -nilnn that Bs"
fluctuau according to what U off-
dry bids lto to 140, sbeop Pk
to 7le each.
WOOL nrwgs lie to 1W r.
mohair lie to 10c .
60 and To, sun dried 80, P81 "
60.. . - - -'. '
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BAliT USIIing OW , ,., 1
10 lb. sack, half ground 400 l
100 lb. sacks.
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: ANYTHING . , .
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