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. bag to special conditions governing ths
2.30 the storm reached. Galveeton, but
la diminished fore.' Dsaumoat re
ported g rainfall of 3.74 inches. Ths
(tor in was especially severe la Cen
MUST STAY IN JAIL. '-,
SAN FRANCISCO, ' April 1. The
Stat Supreme Court denied today the
application of Jack U Johnson, the
heavyweight champion, for relief from
the sentence of 28 days' Imprisonment
In tba county. Jail Imposed by acting
Polios Judge Treadwell for automo
bile speeding. Johnson la now serving
hla eentence. -
At the Portland Theaters
LAST CAR LEAVES FOR OREGON CITY AT MIDNIGHT
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s same matter SSa
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CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
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ryt m Mm rMIIV4 IWCMI IIIIVIJ
" n&-Tihiau JeaYrson. third rel
detil of the luiled St sirs. Irnrn
1S72 IToftwu t'-aninel Klnley Itrrem
Xlorw. lavrtitr a sysu-nT wf le
- legraphy. died la Xrw York city
ISffll Oetrsral Albert P'ke. lawyer.
' Confederate soldier. wt and a
' prouilneut freemason, died: bum
? V ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS.
',. (From boob today to noon tomorrow. I
Saa arts 622. rises 536; moon arts
' KhSt p. m.; 8 p. m. planet Mercury at
. perihelion, agarest ana, -
BIO CROWD AT WOO0BURN.
WOODRURM. .Or.. April 1. Tha
fourth annual horse fair of the Wood'
burn Hnraa Breeders' Aasoclatlon was
held bar yesterday. A large crow J
that Jammed tha atreeta enjoyed tna
pleasant weather and tha exhibit,
which waa good, but not ao larite aa
on previous orcaalona. Thla la du to
tha fact that thera waa little lime to
prepare for tha event after it waa de
cided to give a fair.
MVST BE EXAMINED.
N SALEM, Or.. April 1. (Special)-
By a decision of Attorney General
Crawford. It becomes necessary (or
teachers with county certificate to be
examined under the provisions of the
new law. Only those who hold first
claaa certificates are' exempt under the
new law. Is the opinion, and others
must be examined anew.
Working Hard on Charter.
H. C. Cross, who la writing the new
charter for. Gladstone, assisted by the
committee of Gladstone Council. 1
rushing the document and hopes to
have It ready for the consideration oi
that body by Monday night. There
la a large amount of work In connec
tion with the undertaking and Mr.
Cross Is "keeping at if until he gets
0AC. I1AII TO LECTURE
Oil POULTRY RAISING
Mis Edna Gruel leaves today for
Great Fall, Mont.,, where her brothers
J-C.. Bte who haa been very sick
for over a mootn. is sun very iow.
Mrs. S. A. Hlgglna la alowly recover
Fir Grove school la closed on ac
count of the measles and several of
the children of Evergreen have had
The new bridge at Fisher's will
soon be open to travel, and everybody
will be glad.
Nearly all the fanners have their
seeding finished and many of them
have their potatoes planted.
R, Kerr haa a large atrip of grab
bing finished. ...
The Redland band boys gave an op
en meeting to the ladies Monday night.
All report a good time and the boy
are doing fine.
.... . ''Jj
FRANZ LEHAR. the composer of the "Msrry widow" at Hsllla Theatre.
This big muaical play success will be the attraction at The Hsllla Theatre
7th and Taylor atreeta,' for 7 nights, beginning Sunday. April 2. with ape
dal price matinee Wednesday and Saturday. - . v
ILLUSTRATED TALKS WILL BE
GIVEN IN PORTLAND UNDER
C r AUSPICES Y. M. C A. ..
Albert O. and Mary E. Kruse to
-Oerga H- Kill traen. S3 71 acres of sec
i Uon IS. township 3 south, range 1
"MERRY WIDOW AT THE HElLIG,
Henry W. Savage Production Opens
For the forthcoming encasement of
"The Merry Widow"'- at The Hellig. 7
tilshts and 2 matinees, beginning, to
day, Henry W. Savase will offer
company recruited from the cream of
the several Important organizations
engaged In the Interpretation of this
delightful Viennese operetta during
past three years.
Mabel Wllber. who ha come to be
recognlxed as the Ideal Sonla. will be
seen in the titular role; Charlea Meak
Ins will be the Danilo, R. E. Graham
will appear In his original role of Bar
ter what the pricea charged for seats
were huve given more general satis
faction, cr created quite such a stir
among lovers of genuine acting of the
h'rhet type. Miss'. Roberts' appear
ance t "Zaa" never falls to create
a atlr In any city, and the forthcom
ing one. which opens Monday will be
without doubt the greatest she , ha
ever given, for with such associates aa
Mr. Roberts In Caerart, and Mr. Ber
gen as Bernard Dutfrene. ber lover,
and the other strong acting roles In
the ore of the members of Baker
Company, the entire caat will be one
that would attract more than passing
no-Ice In any city In the land. Mat!
nees will be given Wednesday and
Saturday only and aa "Zata" Is a long
i Estac&dar 12125.
. United States of America to Albert
- and Mary Gibson, 640 acres of section
- CO RV ALU 3, Or, April 1. AlfreeW waalV souin, range east;
etroctor In the poultry department at
the Oregon Agricultural College, is to
on Popoff, Ivy Scott, an Australian
diva?, will be the Natalie; while others i play enrs should be taken to arrive In
of note Include Fred Frear. Ilsrol 1 1 plenty of time for the curtains which
tl If A T f V as e.- I -4.l - a . a t
e( e a Lll. 1 EM AI.InM I r -' 7 --Wll OlslllUt.. "Ill a lastj IIUIIlJil7 9,19 PTFDinKI
' . - '" Charlea W. Kaufman.. F. P. McGlrr.land 2:15 matlneea. as po one can le
Jerome E. Latscn and Mlnnl Olton. i seated while the curtain la up.
The Savage Grand Opera orchestra,!
Eatacada State Bank to Charles E.
Linn, lot 4. of block 2. Zobrist Addi-
give a aeries of five Illustrated leo
tnres on poultry raising fa Portland
Thomas H. Lucetta Smith to E. G.
Anderson. 4.41" acres of section 21,
township 2 south, range 2 east; $10.
Otto Meinig to G. T. Bornstadt, lot
under the skillful bston of Brahm Van-
denberg. will Interpret Frans Lehar'a
mm. tee.iw.V---iiJrf.K- w u o t U block 2. Otto Melalgs First Ad
mmA .v. il.'mJ r-inK dltion to Sandy; $150.
iM.ta-Liu W. F. and Uie Harris to Edward
f arrow of the young people', poultry . d Adam Kilmer, 320 acrea of section
ooctcst started theeVyear igo by , ,f-JlWMhip 1 ,outb' ranM 2 eMt:
tmm 1W I 16000.
I Mr. Lnnn's first lecture. April 7. will ! Ja, E,drd d Izh
.w. -TV- r..vX. i- a , Boy, to Laura Newell and L. Clyde
coo " He wiH speak April 14 on "Lo- i J,'TeI, J0 8' 19 2.;t I5 I6'
eating and Constructing the Poultry ; -l!T?.
PUnt;" April 21 on "Selecting and
Conrad B. Sannes and Carrie Sannes
Reproducing a Flock:1- April 28 on -Mrt of section 20.
-Feeds and Feeding." and May S on : IV".," ? . W-n
Treparlng and Marketing Poultry Pro- c,u.,"r 12.9.' 9tnn r, ,a i .
tfocta ' , Hilda Tooxe to William Beard, lot
These are to be free lectures, and ,n bloLk. 2' f J. Tooie Addition to
will h riven In the eventnr la tha T. "res01 V11. w.
M.CL auditorium, that all who are
Ephralm and Adella C. pitmau to
HAIL IN TEXAS.
aterested In the advancement of the ' tPi,man: !? ' "c!'?
poultry industry in Oregon may have loP " ff t."Vi: '
aToonortnnltT to atteni William A.-and Lydia M. Chapman
to saran a coe, zo acre or section
, 28. township 5 south, range 1 east .
v-v, . ., , . i w- H- J- F . E- O. Dlx and Jennie
HOUSTON Texae April l.-A se- e. rjj,. ,ott 15 1C blocV g gouth Cre.
vere storm of wind, rain and hail gon city. $,200.
flared aw with wire communica- Carl Kruse to Helen Wolfgang, lots
Uoa la Texas early today, causing con-. , I( , bk)ck 7 MUwauk Park. ,i0
alderable property damage of a minor , George and Mamie E. Meeker to
nature, and gave rise to rumors of George U Masten, lota-15. 18, block
asore serious result in Isolated see-; 54, Gladstone; 110
ttoea. la Houston a stiff northwest-j Jonn an1 u,ale Umlker to S. O.
rty w'nd ccompanied by hall Burg, 100 acres of section 7, township
and eaxxlLng electrical display. At j eoutlj, range 3 east; $10.
Lack f Marry
of I Wt&ti A'en
0fflen Nx Love
;S n J
By Professor CHARLES ZUEBL1N. Lecturer. " '
ONEY, NOT THE POSSESSION 0F IT. BUT ITS LACK, IS
RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DEGRADATION OF THE MIL
LIONS, OF WOMEN WHO MUST MARRY MEN WHOM
THEY DO NOT LOVE.
." The lack of economic independence has compelled woirfcn to place
thU stigma upon their sex.
- iiut u woman wae gired ner jctiUAUiin; INDEPENDENCE
it would relieve her of that stigma. It woujd ,ccin also that it would
iclieve woman of her chief moral defect, her method of CIRCUM
LOCUTION" bj which she gets around men, whrther it Is during the
courting illusion or by rifling her husband's pockets of any other way
cy which she circumvents him and gains her end.
It man can be brought to see the undeairaliility of the power of
in over woman, A POWER ENJOVED BY TIIE rOSSES
OF MONET, we may even bring him to see the degradation
c' tlie power of money prer men "' . i
MARIE DRESSLER COMING.
Famous Actress Will Appear In "Til
He's ( Nightmare- at Hellig.
Marie Dressier, who comes to Port
land shortly in "Time's Nightmare"
does not agree with so many of her! rr(H w(,n broken stone and Into which
contemporaries who are constantly ad- deep ruts had been worn by the heavy
rising- young women sealn.t going on I waKons using It. The road was very
the stage. In fact MUa Dressier a. vises trough and gave little satisfaction to
MAKES GOOD ROAD.
Was Rough and Pull of Deep Ruts Be
fore Roller I Used
The new road roller that Road Mas
ter Frank Jaguar ha at work near
thfa city was put to a work new In
this section Saturday. Out Molalla
avenue way, near to Highland, there
wai a piece of road that bad been cov
ny young woman who has talent and
brain to go on the stage. She thinks
that It offers far more opportunities
for advancement than pounding a type
writer or keeping a set of book. - Sh
ys: "When a girl starts In the
chorus she gets from $18 to $25. and
then If she chows an ability to dan
or sing her i - - will be rained and
ere long she v? - ' a principal and
drawing aeTercl ) ' d dollars week
ly. The sta-.- .. own training
school and you are paid while learning
your trade. Then comes the advant
ages of traveling all over the country
which Is in Itself an education. Of
course there Is hard work but also
there la time for recreation and I can
not Imagine any better profession for
a girl with ability to undertake."
those who had need to use It
Saturday Jagitar took hla big roller
out that way and flrat fining the cy
linder with spikes to dig op tha road
bed he followed this with a rolling
with the big machine, crushing Into
the enrth the broken "tone and mash
Ing It Into a smooth surface. Since
the road has been treated to thl
method of roadmaklng it Is as smooth
ss a Dutch kitchen, and those who
have traveled over It have marveled
iSLihf-CPSP'ty of the big steamer
"ZA2A" AT BAKER THEATRE.
Grest Emotional Role to Be Plyd
By Florence Robert Next Week.
Everyone has seen or heard of Flor
ence Roberta, and everyone has seen
or berd of her wonderful playing of
the role of Zaza In which she will ap
pear for her second week at the Baker,
opening next Monday night. The op
ening play in which Miss Roberts.
Theodore Roberts and Thurlow Ber- i Kellogg
gen nave mniiea fort land audiences
this week Is "Jim the Penman' which
III continue until Sunday night. It
has demonstrated to the public that
people of no ordinary ability are In
their mldBt In the persons of these
tnree. and few performances no mat-
EASTHAM WINS GAME.
Score Made of It to 4 On Grounds at
A base ball game was played Friday
afternoon at Canemah Park by the
teams of Eistham school and Mc
Loughlln Institute. The score was 10
to 4 In favor of Eastham.
The line-up was aa follows:
Morris c O. Story
Williams p F. Bruce
Shaver lb Sheahan
Hedges .........2b Champion
Smith ...........3b Moore
Johns an. ....... M. Storv
Eaton ........... cf , Murphy
Befxel If:.... Krohn
Ted Sheahan, George Story, Frank
Champion were the star players for
McLsmghlln; I-eonard Williams and
Shaver were the star players for East
ham. , r,
7th and Taylor Streets. Phones Msln 1 and A-1122.
7 NIGHTS beginning SUNDAY, APRIL 2, Special Price Matinees Wed
nesday and Saturday, Henry W. Savage's Production The Success of
The ritrry Widow
Mabel Wllbsr Charles Meaklns and original New York Cast 90
People go. special Orcheetra. PRICES: Evening Lower Floor
$2.0O-1.6O. Balcony 1.B0-i0-7B-6a Entire Gallery, 50. Both matl
nees: Lower Floor, tl-oO-1-00. Balcony, $1.00-75-60. Gallery, 35-28.
V SEATS NOW SELLING FOR ENGAGEMENT.
COMING TO HEILIG THEATRE V NIGHTS beginning MONDAY,
APRIL 10, Special Price Matlneee Wednesday and Saturday, Lew
Fields presents , .
; MARIE DRESSLER
In the Big Mulcl Success
Seat Sajs Open Friday, April 7. .
LOOilGf 0.1 TROUBLE
IS BELIEF OF POLICE
HCATHMAN LEARNS LITTLE WIS
DOM FROM HIS HOLD-UP EX
PERIENCE. POLICE SAY.
Vernon U Heathman, of Jennings
Lodge, waa lu Oregon City Friday
night and gave the police a story, of
being held up that was dramatic lo
say the least. The story waa printed
In Saturday" Enterprise. He told of
being enticed down Seventh street to
the bank of the river and there being
robbed at the point of a knife. Ills
story sounded fishy, and each time he
repeated It there were new coloring.
not to aay change.
While the police took no atork in
hi story from the stsrt still It wss
deemed best to take a look aliout so
that In rase there wa truth In It th"
fellow might be apprehended, and
tber did follow up hla clues. But It
look little time to be convinced ihst
Heathman waa faking.. and the pnll
Intimated as much to him.
Aa an evidence that be bad been
held up. when It waa seen his first
story wa not believed, Heathman
called Officer Cooke's attention to
sore apot on hla head and to a bruise
on hla chin. On Investigation It was
found that he had been very aggres
sive earlier In the evening In hlertv
sen's saloon and In a fisticuffs with
Gallagher Bowers he hud been hand
ed both of these woundu by that gen
tjeman. When hla mention waa
c'rtlled to thla fact he hut no more lo
say concerning his wounds and scar.
Officer QreeaeiHl -ooke aay that
he had been around town all evening
and Chief Shaw saya he had been here
part of the afternoon. He waa again
on the streets of the city Saturday
learning little wisdom from bis bold
up If euro waa a genuine experience
Heathman was drinking In the se
loon of the city both Friday and Sat
urdmy. The police say he baa been
com I ok to town of late very often, and
Ibat the pare he has been going was
entirely too fast -for a man with
level head. Officer' Cooke cautioned
him Saturday aa to future acta and a
to the stories he feels Inclined to tell
concerning himself. .
Doable Yoor Dollars
; Every dollar you em la eapable of doubling Itself In tma .
any effort en ysur part sasept t hang en te It- 'nut
mat Mips away win svsniusny a m0 fca
will sst It at work fortune building for hlm'tir ,f'
you esve, whose earning power you sporenH.'..
The dollar that
Tha dollara vou
make the aum of your fortune., r""n will
The aooner you begin t save at this bank, the sooner you
your fortune expressed In Urge figures. win M(
We receive bank deposit from a dollar up, '
The Bank of Oregon City
I". J. HKYtfL Calais)
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK '
of OREGON CITY , OREGON
Transacts s 0enecel Banking Buetne. ( Open from 9 A. M, te B
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Cheney Celebrate
at Portland Home.
Mr. atil"Mra. A. W. Cheney cele
brated their china wedding anniver
sary at their home In lortland on
Thursday evening, at which lime there
were about f.O guests present. -
The evening waa devoted to Five
Hundred- The- house. waa beaullru'ly
decorated for the occasion with orange
blossoms snd roses that had been sent
from California by relatives; alao
palms and ferna. During the evening
refreshment were eeried.
ENTERTAINS BACHELOR OIRL8,
Mis June Chsrman Hostess to This
Pooular Social Organisation.
MIks June Charman entertained the
"Bachelor dlrls" at her home Friday
night, and a delightful time. waa spent
In Dutch Whist, the prle being award,
ed to Miss Nleta Harding. Refresh
mrnts were served during the even
Ing. Vocal and Instrumental music
waa also among the features of the
Present: Miss Edna Caufleld, Mis
Clsra Caufleld. Miss Msrlbel Cheney,
Miss Merle Keck, Miss Ellxaheth Dal-
logty. Miss Ruth Brlghtblll. Miss He
donla Shsw. MIss N'leta Harding. Miss
Dolly prait. Ml Winnie Hanny. Mlsa
Zlda Goldsmith. Mlsa June Charman.
RECITAL GIVEN. ,
Pupila and Friends Enjoy Pleasant
Evsning Last Tnursesy.
On Thursday evening a recital waa
Iven at the home of Miss Marjorle
aufield under the direction of MUa
Era Benson, of Portland, that proved
to be a most Interesting affair. Invi
tations were Issued to the pupils of
Miss Benson and a few friends. The
program Tonslirted of ocal selections
by Mrs. Leon De Lanes, of this city,
nd Instrumental selections by Miss
Mabel Starblrd and Miss Oeraldlno
Mis Starblrd will lesve In the fall
for New fork, where she will continue
study of music. Each number given
by the vocalist, Mrs. DeLaries, and
the pianists. Miss Starblrd and Miss
Aitkin, showed that careful training
had been given. ,
Bumper Fruit Year In 'County.
O. D. Eby. who haa been esonrlment
Ing In fruit culture and who la making
good In his experiments, haa Just
planted sn additional acre of straw
berries. Mr. Eby ssys Indications are
good for a bumper fruit year, and that
nless there Is some unforeseen In
cident that destroys a large part of
what I now coming on there will be
world of fruit In Clackamas county
Card of Thanks.
We. the undersigned daughters and
grandchildren of Mrs. Lydia A. Young,
bo passed to the beyond on the 30th
day of March. 1911. age 74 years, can
only thank the many friends and
neighbors who assisted us In the sad
bereavement. Hope Heaven will bless
you all. ,
MRS. FRANK IRISH, t
MRS. MINOR IRISH AND
R. W. & R. S.Wftrd
We do general repairing. wrokn machinery mad to do a
werk a new. Caperta' with gasoline anginas.
Phones: Main 2)94. . Home 191.
109 POURTM STREET OREGON CITY.
REDUCTION OF DENTAL PRICE8
' During the noat month beginning April we are going to givf .
a discount on all Dental Work where the bill amount to Taa kl
tare or more. Thla will be splendid opportunity for ihoa wk.
have been waiting to have their dental -work done. You win kiv
to make arrangemanta early te get an appointment. Th month f
April Is a dull month, hut we propose te make It a lively on Th
work will he the best and, we gusrantee the ssm. Our best gsae
antee Is our 20 yeara' successful practice In Oregon City.
DR. L. L. PICKENS DR. G. Ar BROWN
Pacific Stat-s , .Welnhard omt
Phone 2671. Bldg. -A 111
A A A A A A mm. J. A A mm. a A A
rick, land In Oregon City; 1 "
Robert Miles Hiandlsh to Dr. J. U
Hewitt. 6 7 "acres ofvaectlon 19. town
ship a south, range 4 east; 1700.
rolled Slates to Abel Cutting. 137
acrea of section 17, and lots 1. J. S.
section 20, township 3 south, rauge 3
Willamette Fall Company to John
IL and Sarah Dlllow. Tract 6. Wlllam-
ette and Tualatin Tracts; ftoo. '
I'nlted States to Mary Culling. 4J
acrea of sections Iff. 17., 30. 31. town
ship 3 south, rsnge 3 east; Patent.
Walter (Iruel and 1-ewls (iruel to
Jessie Hate!, part of section I, town
ship 3 south, rsnge 3 eaat; It.
Oregon City Markets.
Markets, as a general thing, are
alowly moving downwards. Part of
this cornea from the fact that the new
crop of certain food la being harvest.
ed in the southland. Other com
modifies will soon be supplanted by
new crops, or are losing the rood
qualities that they poaaesa and muat
be soon marketed, If at all. causing
the price to fall. Thus, taking the
market aa a whole, there Is an easing
orr in prices and In some cases u
APTLKS flood stock la scarce and
high, prices ranging from fl to $1
Local stock Is nearly goae and the
Hood River product la reduced to -a
few varieties. Few good apples are
left Ml the local market.
POTATOES Market la a little off
from last report. In demand If aot In
price. Real good potatoes are scarce
and bring ft to f 1.15, while seed pro
duct commands 7 So to a 11. There
re not enough being offered to shin
In quantities. San Francisco market
Is off ISe a hundred, 30 rara arriving
In one day and demoralising the mar
ket. Local stock pretty well market
ed; a few with choice stock holding
tor a rise. -
VE0ETAUIJC8 Utile change sinoe
Inst report; onions are a little stlffei
In price but other vegetables remain
about the same. Onions 3 He. turnips
and carrots 75e to ft sack, parsnips 11
to $1.?5 sack, cabbsge 3c pound. New
vegetablea are coming In. California
Is sending many things, at a high
N. M. Sloan and Rtchel M. Sloan to
John B. Hlbbatd, 7.63 acres of section
in, township 3 south, range 3 sat;
Alpha and W. B. Davis to Mount
Hood L4nd Company, land 4a section
30, township 3 south, range 6 east;
C. B. Russell and Alice Russell to
'. C. Norton, Tracts 1, 3, 8, 4, 6. 13,
13.-14. 15, Wilson Acres; 910.
T. C. Howell ana BJ. M. Howell th
J. Humbert, lots 1 and 1. block 15.
Oeorge F. Meeks and Eleanor Meeka
to W. A. Bull marsh, lots 6, 0, block 3.
Weed's Addition to Canby; $2500,
T. H. and Luclnda Blgham to Sarah
Burgoyne, lot 1 of block 75. Oak
a rove; $10.
A. C. Wlhlon and Marie Wlhlon to
E. H. Kelly, 1(10 acres of section 30,
township 1 south, range 6 east; $1.
Waller Oruel et al to Jease Hazell,
65 acres of section 6, township 2 south,
range 3 east; $1.
Jesse Haxell and Edith Hazell to
Northweatern Association, part of see
Hon 4, b, township 3 south, range 3
sst; $i. -'
W. U and Hattle Dlock to J. B. Ker-1
price. Local lettuce sell lo kssek
radishes So. onions S Callforal lev
luce HHi head; asparagus 10c to UUt
Mexican tomatoes 10q pound.
Kl.OirR AND FEED -Lit tl ckiaat
In flour; selling down to $ elt beg
bringing about $5 10; nm ulot
$4 50. In feed the tendency Is .
ward. Bran command $3 t
If 4. shorts $34 to r,. rolled barley
$.10, process barley $11. do eon
$39. cracked corn $30,
WHEAT rricea lo th local but '
ket ahow an advance of lo lo It th '
bushel. Chicago and Eastern attrksti
are lower. lloldnrhsr want tMt
nrie snrl ha Iiwm! hHm ! i. I i-.
Knlf. Ik. .luirlln. f Jul
HID w ' ' . . 1 1 Ullir, UAH
era are paying RSc to toe th tsjilui.
iini-n very wrsa ana uiu se .
nana. Those who have It htr k h ;
not well protected went lo let to, east "
lM. Ik. - ...11. m- m
lower level. Clover $1 to $10, oat alf
$11 to $13. timothy $1$. and 114. Altai-
ia commanus is to i.-i.
niTflIU.I.M knvln tnr h liumf
to meet the dem4 In th offfe. rav
log gray $2S. whtu H M lo $M. At .
that the market la weak and unaaU
factory. BUTTER Very wea tn4 eountr
only commanding from loo to tie;
creamery always stiff and wmnwi
log 30o to 35o now. The Forth!
market Is only paying from lit is
He. Choice dairy will bring fraa
lOo to 35c. t
BOOS Prices aliout the ssbm 1tl
demand about equalling the aappty.
Quotation at lta dosen.
POULTRY Pricea are somt
higher and tha demand good. He
bring ICo. roosters lie, young cocks
sad mlied chickens 13o to ltc Kotk
Ing doing In larger fowls.
M K A TR Veal, dressed. Is brtnilsl
ion to 11c. boas So and 10c. wits I
big demand for mutton that makei R
fluctuate according to what Is olerei
hiijh urein so raiim. p-i n
dry hides lie to 14c, sheep tdts 84 -to
WOOtr unngs 16o to 18o ponai
mohair tie to 30e.
DRIED rRDTTS Evaporated swan
so and 7o, sua dried Sc. prunes 4e ts
o. , ' ' -
SAT.T flalllne tOe to 7&c for ItA
50 lb. sack, half ground 40c 7K f
100 lb. sacks. ,
Garage and Repair Shop
ELLIOTT & PARK
5th Street Utween Main and S. P. R. R.
Automobiles foi1 Hire
Day or Night
Gun and Locksmiths General Repairing
Brazing and Vulcanizing
Columbia, Hartford and Flyer BICYCLES
Icialr Werk Gsaraattes Pacific 'km 3472 Imtl72
It Wouldn't Pay to - Advertise
A Poor Article -
. Nor a proposition of doubtful merit or honesty for a-redr
-nowadays, ar DISCRIMINATING, They know values thsy
QKNUINI things, genuine opportunities.;
Any article which esn bs sold by advertising Is, by that tsst s
GOOD article. YOU are safe In buying a thing which has "flsos
ths firs of publicity."
Ths maker of a widely advertised artlole, tr eommodlty, Is
ways en trial for his business life. Ha eannot shirk, nor chsspsn
produot and this Is tha beet possible protection for the eonumr.
, ( I '... . " ' '
, Yom are SAP! In buying advertised things It's the ,
nowadays buatnoas conditions. , " -