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VOL. 1 No, 78
OHEQON CITY, OftEGON, SATURDAY, APRIL 8, lJil.
Peb Week, 10 Cents
TO TRY PATIENCE
PUBLICAN SENATORS WILL
MAVi TROUBLESOME QUES
TION POT TO THEM.
RESIDENT MOST GIVE AND. TAKE
If Tift " Wanta -Reciprocity Laglalatlon
Damocrate Mutt Ba Qlvan
WASHINGTON. April 7. (Special.)
The Democratic House seema hoot
on nuking a tariff rocord with whlrh
tirva to tha country with to tha next
prmtdrntlnl campaign. - On tha other
land president Tuft wanta to make' a
reclpTortty- recotd to offset Ih tariff
record that waa made at tha session
of ri'mtreas year. L1
The Dmocratlo Houaa haa declared
for popular election nf Senatora, and
a half doren other raforma that wara
kilted by tha Senate at tha laat aee
ilnn and are likely to be by Ihla Hen
ate, mill to go on record la often aa
fnni a to succeed, and tha Democrata
will naturally make tha moat of them.
,, Naturally tha Democratic llouaa will
put aa many embaraealng queatlona up
to the Republican Ranat' as 'poaalble,
lib the hop that campaign matarlal
av he garnered for tha future. Hut
Tft la to ba given aome conaldaratlon
n hla reciprocity traaty If ba will
reciprocate, and If not what ha will
lt won't aid him In securing tha nest
nmlnMlon of hla party.
PLAY O. A. C. TEAM.
ironVAUJB. Or., April 7 (Special)
Portland Northwestern lague team
played the Oregon Agricultural Col-
iff i mm nera toqay auu woo in a
core nf 12 to 1. It waa a one-aided
game but Interesting throughout
MADERO ISSUES ULTIMATUM.
EL PASO. A prtl 7. ( 8vctal J
rnnni i. maut-ro n a wum wnai n
nlla hi ultimatum. Ila Inalata that
Nit resign and retire and ha aaya
la willing to realgn aa "provtalona."
president, and will conceda that tha
Arovtlnnal prealdent ba chosen from
tha Dlit cabinet. Ha aaya that ha
tMt of no plan for tha termination
of fa Insurrection.
MLEM HORSE SHOW OPENS.
SAL.RM. Or., April 7. Thle morning
turked tha beginning of tha flrat day
of the horae ehow given under the
M!lca of tha Halem florae Show Aa
inflation, and although tha attendance
today la not aa large aa waa expected,
the association la much encouraged by
the enthusiasm arouaed by tha event.
GASOLINE WOOD SAW
DRIVING CHAIN COMES Off ON
ELEVENTH STREET HILL AND
IT RUNS AWAY.-
The gasoline wood aaw belonging to
Fred llluhm, while going up the Elev
enth street hill between Center and
WuhlnKton streets, Friday evening,
tirted backwards down the hill owing
to the driving chain coming off. A
man In company with Mr. llluhm at
tempted to block tha wheela, but with
no success, aa tha engine welgha 3000
pounds. He then turned It towards the
curbing, but nothing would atop Ita
progress, and It daahed over a 10
'oot embankment on tha property of
Mr. Walamandel, living on the corner
of Center and Eleventh atreeta. Bluhm
weeeedod In extricating himself be
fore the machine went over the em
bankment and escaped without Injury.
The machine fell about 10 feet but
'II right aide up, and tha engine con
tinued running. Mr. Dluhm expecta
jtie the machine out through tha
rant yard, aa It would ba Impossible
to take It out the way In which It
HARPING ON .1
rr . a i
m-m. ..... .miu. .... m i
- r "IVH.UP J utrieM m
The angala aren't tha only onea who
v"9 on good thing juot now.
Ta mui k. j i . .... i.
, ' oualnaaa, tha llnea we offer
' are tha larsaat tha
rv- eamprlaa tha beat value
ofNrad In thla eomaSunlty.
oMiuta truth. ' - t
dloUnetly different. '
't80 ta 135.00.
MCLUSIVl CLTHItS j
' Net. Like Ottan ;
H and Main Sa. ,
I" I T i - ' -
Iw Omvnn rMt .l b..i..
I - - w .. .. viw ' v I VIIWIIU
ALU rASOENOERS SAVED.
NKW YORK. April 7. (Special.)
Alt tba passengers of the liner 1'rln
less Irene, atrandud on the coast near
here, were transferred to anoiher, ship
of tha Una and brought to tbla city to
night.' It took five hours to make the
change and all handa were aaved. The
ateerage passengers, being Ignorant
and easily stampeded, were taken off
BEAVERS WIN OAME.
U8 AKGELR8, April 7. (Special.)
The Iktavere won the game In a
score of 4 to 3. It waa a goo4 game
and tha Vernons made a desperate
effort to repeat tha dose but ibey
coudn't come back so soon.. Neither
team haa got down to play tba ball
that will be necessary to wis pen
TO SAVE AT ASYLUM.
BALKM. Or., April 7 (Bpeclal.)
Plana nearly perfected are on foot for
the saving of several thousand dollar
In the operation of tha Insane asylum
here. Oov. West and the State board
have been consulting In tha matter.
OfMD It PROCTI
PACIPIO HAS COURSE OP STUDY
MORE ADVANCED THAN OTH
ER COAST SCHOOLS.
BVnla f Tv W M Pmeinf were
congratulating him Friday on hla call
to the chair In Pacine university. Not
thai k. I lit tint baiut wide flcM of
usefulness In thla city, but they felt
that with hla taste for teacning. ana
h (ha aiuu-lillnnl thst MnM to a
college man In a live college town, H
waa the general opinion inai ne "win
feel more at home and per ha pa Oil In
a larger niche in the scheme or life
than waa likely to come"lolnijMa
nmw u r Pmrlnr haa taucht In In-
alltullona of higher learning In the
past and will again enter upon m
m,m. with murh tMt. And while Pa
cific fnlveralty la not a large achool.
and doe not try to live up to Ita name
which la a misnomer yet It la a
achool with a wide Influence and with
a hlatory of which any alumni may be
toinn iTniveraitv la not a university
but a good BubHtantlal college. Yet
Ita courae or atuay la me moai com-
prehenelve or any on me uoasi ana
atudent trom Pacific la one year In
. tha mnru In the alater
collcgea In the Northweat. and atud
enta who wlah to transtor from a west,
em to an eastern college find thla to
be the case, whether a stuaeni or r-
.m. n. anma Other COBSt BChOOl.
Teaching In Rn InBtltutlon of such a
hlh cna la a pleasure. ior one
thnt the work he ia oomg mu-v
. .k. thre u in the vounc man
or young woman, and they must reel
satisfied that ir tne aiunem wm u u.
part theachool. of which they are a
teaching part, will do Ita ahare.
Rer.' Mr. proctor joes io i i"
fill the chair of Biblical Uterature.
Thla la an elective atudv. not oema
among tba liat or require
Pacific ITnlveraity la not a memo..--.
i- ... of the term, but
the currlcnlum embracee thla atudy
and mnny take It. The chair will be
" w..., ninuint features
one i - .
that appeal to Rev Mr .Proctor, and
he will without aouDi enjr -Aa
the Congregational church In
... n Minaen a BUCCeBHOr,
mis cuj - .
and t thla time haa no one In view,
It Is probable that Mr. rrociur u.-j
wmtlnue to PP'r Pu,Plt her ?'
a ahoft time to enable the congrega
tion to take Ita Ume In making choice.
flffl COAL IMS
KHHD IH BY FIRE
NQINE HOUSE IN BLAZE SHUTS
OFP BOTH AVENUES Of
1 . . n. 4.rll 1 Flftr tO
75 men employe II. .the m-crort mine
of the DCraniuH v-j
Throop. are entombed In tha Jlniw
worklnga. with all chance of escape,
It l. be teveo. cm q. - . -
Fire la raging aiong " , "
owing to an engine-house having been
set aniaee. low u"" -two
opening, but tha location of the
. i la anrll aa to
burning ena'"- -- ...
have cut off the eecap by theaa
routea. A ..m. tkari
Two men ww -r-- '
we-0'weii ahut.to.hy tbravj,.
Thla atternoon " 1 ;
.mnloyea and admitted by offla of the
empioyea .i,,,.tlnti waa BTBVe,
offlciaia .w -"--"i:.. con.
and that an aim ""i'"- .,.
"onted th. rescuer, in attempUng to
reach tha entombed men.
BASKET SOCIAL PLANNED.
Taachar nd Sohool r,K,n
for a Royal Good Tim;
Thara will ba a Baakat Social at
Stafford cchool thla
Sffii Grace, the teacher, la being aided
by tha patrona of the achool In plan
nin, fo? a good tlma tonight The
nroceed will go to the purchaaa of
.chool library. ... . .
Justlc Bimson win go
tntlon to anctton off tha basketa . Mr.
.m .nmnan tha Juaire a
an Invited gueat of friend In the Star-
WORRY OVER NEW
NO HOT AIR IN THE SCHEME OR
THE STOCK SIMPLY COLD
CASH.' "- '
PLAN TO BUILD SLOW AND , SOLID
Inveatigatlona Made By Portland "In
leasts. Pall to Oat Men
Par Prom City
Aa aoon as the officers and pro
moters of the Clackamaa Southern
lowarda building the proposed railway
out neivrr v rrt'K ana moimiia way,
hnt air artlata lioaan Ia avnlnlf nnrv
jecta that they hoped might be made
to pay tuem an "nenest penny or two
ant liAffan In nrlnt anil rtmnlatA
atorlcc of how the Hill Interests and
tne Seattle interesta were noiina to
build Into the rich timber and farm
ing sections of the county.
There were no people of erceptlon
who took any stock In these atorlea,
for people recognize that It takea mo
ney to build a railroad a'a thoee who
ara hAln aakeil tn heln hnlld the
Clackamaa Southern are discovering
at tnis time.
Aa an evidence of the volatile na
ture of the achemos we will print an
excerpt trom the columns or tha Port
land Telegram, which ahowa how peo
ple who live near the centere or fi
nance feel In the matter. It followa:
IkumiIi MantlflAit with Ih. varlniia
large railroad corporal lone In Portland
have lnvesugatea to a poini wner
v. ... ... .atl.Ha tiat tha nmnnaAd
me . 7 r
electric llnea In Clackamaa county, ra
diating rrom canny anu momim,
h mmu K allAl "llvera" In the
railroad world. That la a group or
M uiiivivi ai aaww -m- --
naakwv at virl nlhop orti,BulnnH. filial dOllA
MmntAia naa autiiriui rnniin n m n lbs
VI-tv j aata v hv
Borne preliminary worK, ana expecta io
sell out to aome or me Dig rcuuws
the big fellows will bite.
It 1b not denied that the territory
. . lth llnaa aponrdlna- to
lu in iv'w
published atatementa of the promotera,
la CapBOie or support mg muin umiv
tranaportatlon facllltlea than now are
ffA.n.l BhnnM the nrolects ever be
completed they would make excellent
feeders ror tne aeverai irun-nuo
i- tk.t --ntar In thla rltv. Much
doubt la entertained here that the
present promotera nave tne nnancim
t..i,i tn Havulnn their nlana aa out-
" . . . K r -
lined. It la d, however, that the ac
quirement or land tracta neeaea ior
rlghte-or-way haa been going on In
termittently ror the last rew montha.
Soma teel, also, haa been laid. Speak-
. ... it. tint Interesta. who have
been mentioned aa possible backer
of the acheme, one or me prommtin
local offlciaia eald yesterday:
"Because we have been doing rail
road development work in Oregon on
a gigantic ecale for the last two year
people get the Idea that It la our In
tentlon to cobweb tha whole North
1 . , i. iinaa mnA fnedera. and
West wun mum i - r .
carrle with u me niw "
..ill n1 ara huh lid It. I tlBVO
checked over a Hat of the achemea
and If wa were foaterlng all the pro
ject that w nave neon wu.u .
would take $200,000,000 to carry them
out. That ta for Oregon alone."
r.. ir farts concerning
4 Off mwi
what la going on among men who are
hot-alnng projecie in an un
aomethlng in the hopea they may get
an opportunity to rake off a few
ahecklea when the right time cornea
nut that la not the way thlnge ara be
ing done in Clackamaa county out
from Oregon City.
Her th money la being raUed to
build the. roa. and at tha aame time
5. iHWd is being built There Is to
be no blK Hurry of etock aelllng at a
?ew centa on the dollar and a bonding
of the road at several tlmea the phy
atcal value. The dollar raised are to
be used In building, and no money la
to ne waBiea. ana men wnen tne roaa
la In operation there will be but a few
thmiunda Invested and when a fair
amount of freight and passengera are
nanaiea mora win ne a prom ior tne
stockholders. . --
' Tfin la nn hot air In tha r1a-lia.
maa Southern'' project, and the pro-
mnn lit I n nr. .nail n. nnnn wniiA
It may take twice the time to build,
.Lui Ik. Marf la AnlahArf It will hai
owned by lojcai anarenoidera ana not
h In the handa or men llvlnr minr
ml lea away and caring nothing for the
property but aa to tne amaena it may
ha mad ta vlnld. Thla la one railway
nrnWw-t tn Clarkamaa countT that la
nnt hnt air huff .low anllit nrnirreaa
forward from now until the road la
No "large railroad Interest" haa In
vestigated the Clackamaa Southern,
or It would not make such a report
the, reporter who wrote tha story nev
er stepped more than Ave blocks away
rrom hla deak.
ORIN A.. CHENEY, who celebrated
hla 78th birthday Thursday at the
horn of hla aon In Portland. Served
39 montha In War of tha Rebellion.
Haa voted for every Republican
Presidential candidate . from Fre
mont down. v .
couinY couRrs time
EFFORTS BEING MADE TO
GREAT WORK THIS DRY
WEATHER. ' :
Considerable time of tha County
Court at tha April term waa taken up
in tne aiacusBion m mi i1
tng to the construction and repair of
county roads. In District No. 14, where
George Olbbe la supervisor, tne ex
.a. "i iiiaw. ; fmmmmmmmwKmm'mmmmmKmmmmmKMmWfM
George uiddb ib auirri imui, - Qiaastone wunuu Hid - --
jil.m. tn- March amountad to I a-a imv n tha nronoaed new
liruuiiuiv. - ... -
I3446.0B. which la th record expendl -
tura In any dlatrlct for that month.
1 . JI...I . In. , ht . M.nl h
There waa ho apectai tax leviea in mat
district and the district apportionment
from the general roaa tuna w .
than I1J00. ,,r .
Thh claim of J. W. koois, roaa uir
ervlsor of th Boring dlatrlct. for $3
a day. waa cut to $2.60 a day, which la
the customary amount paid to auper
vlsors. - -
The County Court la not pursuing a
niggardly policy In the expenditure of
road money, but la trying to get Ita
money'a worth, and proposes to do a
lot of permanent road work thl year
whll tha weather la Ideal - '
Want to Stop Work on Cottage.
The Sheriff Berved th Injunction
notice Friday evening on D. K. Bill
In the ce In which an effort wa
made to atop the erection of a cottage
that Mr. BUI la erecting In Gladstone,
Id the meantime tba house waa en
closed. Mr. Bill aaya there were no
hnlMlna- restrictions In -the deed to
him, only restrlctiona aa to aale of
liquor, and he la satisfied that the at
tempt to atop him will prove abortive.
BUT NOT HORSES
CHIEP SHAW SATISFIED THEY
WERE THE MEN WHO HAD
SALEM SHERIFF GETS COLD FEET
Because Men Put Up Good -Story to
Nawell and Sheriff They Let ' ,
.".Tn"V. Oo , Unmo-
T n fCAWAll t9 Tannin.. TmIv.
whk wan I. I2.1am ThMMjIa nl.k
with rVinatahlA RmarnTtn Mnliira two
auapecta that were camping near that
city, and who were auppoaed to be the
men wno atoie Newen a norses earlier
In the week, got cold feet at Salem
and came back without the horaea.
The men were camping near Salem
and they were supposed to be the
aame men who were reported aa hav
ing the horaea up to the time that
they left Aurora. But between the
time that they left Aurora and tha
time that they arrived in Salem, the
two horaea disappeared.
Newell, Brown and the Salem Sher
iff went to tha men'a canto at a late
hour Thursday sight Naturally the
men, when accnaed, denied ever aeeing
the horaea and at flrat denied going
through thla section. Later they did
not further deny the visit but did hav
ing any horaea. Brown wantea to
bring the men home and then start
nut anil ipirrh for tha horaea. New-
11 and the Sheriff were timid In the
matter and aa tt-wae up to Newell as
to what to do Brown took the tip from
him and let the men go.
rhlvf nf Police Rhaw. who haa fol
lowed the caae and who did the? tele
phoning that resulted In tracing them
to Salem, la confident they were the
men wanted and waa aiaappointea
when they were not brought In. He
i. aatiaflan1 thAT stole the horses and
thlnka they either traded them off or
have Ahem hid away aomewnera be
tween Aurora ana tsaiem. u me ion
mer they are likely to ahowup If
watched for. If hid away the men
may watch an opportunity to bring
them out and pasa them on later when
. v in -(1At Anmn Chaw aava tn anv
IUIUH1 s"' . w " . -
event the men were not likely to con
fess just because aome one accuseu
them or theft. . -
Newell atopped off at Aurora on the
way home to talte up the trail and aee
ir he could trace the animals. He
haa made no report aa yet aa to the
success that attended htm.
STILL ANOTHER HP
IN MAKING SIXTH ST.
THE COST OF CUTTING MADISON
; STREET WOULD TOTAL OVER
$4000, SAYS ENGINEER.
Thara la .till 'another hitch In the
proceedings regarding the Improve
ment of Sixth atreet near Maaison.
r-niinr.il made a nuasl order to cut
uaiiiinn rinwn at the alley between
Sixth and Seventh ao that at Sixth
the grade would be on a level witn
other portion of .the street This
arn.iM nArmit the eomDletlon of Sixth
at a grade that would not too seriously
Impinge on the property or Aiiareuno
and Story, and waa likely to prove
r.iriv aatiafartorv to those men. But
maVln. an order to that effect
the Recorder waa Instructed to secure
the consents of those Interested to
the change, and also Instructed the
City Engineer to make an estimate
to the expense. . v
. .mmpi. hnlriar refused to aub-
mlt to the change. The Engineer re
ported a cost ot over 14000. During
the discussion Contractor Moffatt was
.v . that tiKnn would cover
or ine "- -- ., .
the cost, which Influenced Council to
hope ror aettlement along mat un.
But the $4000 expense; together with
w. ....ai nt nna nroDertr holder to
consent led Council at Ita meeting
Wednesday night to vote to go aueau
at the old and original grade.
Whether any property holder win
rurther object remalna to be aeen.
Several properttea will be left In bad
shape, but Council doesn't aeem to And
any other way out of the difficulty.
ADOPTING THE CHARTER.
The Instrument Taken Up and Die-
.,aaad Hv SectlonB, Than Adopted
Gladstone Council met Thursday ev-
i vuiiik w h - - -
1 pharter aeratlra. Each Item waa die-
I A ,
CQBriVr X?i aaviaua au -
cussed pro and con and If liked passed
and If not amennea tin n
then passed. There waa a long aee-
slon and consiaarabie nenar,jiiuo,
rkaU at that ta-wll take Alulae ot .four
meetlnga to get
11 into aauomcwij
- At a late hour the City Fathera ad
journed to meet again Friday night,
which they did. About two more ev
ening will likely put the measure
through, ao that the village can go
ahead and make -the Improvemente
that are ao earneatly wished. A meet
ing haa been aeheduled for thla even
GUESTS OF MRS. MARTIN.
Frlenda From Canemah Go to Sell
wood Friday Afternoon.
' A party of frlenda made a visit to
Mra. W. D. Martin, at her home In
Bellwood, Friday afternoon. They
were friends and helghbora of Mra.
Martin In Canemah, when ahe lived
there. There waa a very pleaaant ao
clal afternoon to thoae preaent, the
Good consistent adver
tising in The Morning
Enterprise pays. It has
proven so with us.
Am Am Prico, r.1grm
oocaaloo proving a moat enjoyable
event ' v ; : ' r. . -: i
' Those who made up tha party were
Mr. Sarah Millar Un War V Ifnw.
, ell, Mra. Jennie BIngman, Mr. Julia
FToat, aira. A. m. rinnigan, Mra. w.
U Mldlam. Mra. Walter Wentwortb.
Mlsa Emily Mldlam and Mlaa Ada, Bed
BOOKS GIVEN PLACE.
Librariea on Pullman Care Contain
.. Booka By laal Author. -f. --r
Mra. Eva Emery Dye haa received
notice f-om her publishers, A. CL Me
Clung"0, of Chicago 4hat her
booka. "McLoughlln In Old Oregon"
and "McDonald of Oregon" have been
placed In the librariea on the parlor
car a running on the Union Pacific, and
"The Conquest," her laat book, haa
been put In the librariea on tha South
ern Pacific Pullman cars. , ,
GEO. W. H. MILLER WILL SUCCEED
O. E. FREYTAGy- TAKING
ThA rvrern rltv Vralt and Produce
Tnlnn la to have a new nanacer. Geo.
W. H. Miller, the agent for Welle Far
tm anil nnmnanv Rxnreaa haa accent
ed the position and will take charge
O. E. Freytag, who haa been acting
temporarily aa manager, will act In an
advisory capacity to tne new manager.
Th h..ilnAa nf tha ITnlon will be con
ducted In the preaent quarters with
the addition or aome nttie space in me
hullrilnir fuviinled hv Wells FarKO.
tr villlor haa en meed Julius Soaale
to look after the Expreea end or his
business and will devote hla time more
tn ih. hiininena nf the ITnlon. Under
the new arrangement the patrons ot
both the Union ana tne expresa com
nonv win raoAiva hatter service.
Some Blight alteratlona in the In
terior arrangementa or the two ouna
Ings occupied will be made for the
convenience of the new manager and
Tha business of the Union la proa
perlng and a large volume of business
Is In Bight for the busy montha thla
COLUMBIA FIELD MEET.
Oregon City High School Will Enter
the Contest Saturday.
Oregon City High achool wlll.be
represented at the Columbia Univer
sity athletic 'field meet In Portland
today. The High achool boys have
been doing good work In getting ready
for the contests and will likely make
a good showing. It will be strange If
the boys win prizes, for while the lads
are certain to make a good showing
In this case they will be going against
many a live bunch, ana win contest
with many who are omer ana more ro
bust. The experience the boys gain
in nnnnhtnrii aland them well In
hand at some future date, and If they
acquire experience only in tnis meet
their efforta will not be In vain.
Tha hnva hnan to attend the meet
. t VJ 1" J - , .
are Joe Sheahan. Kent Wilson. Ernest
Cross, Roy Graves, John DomDaen ana
Lisle Kellogg. .
BAPTIST CHURCH NEWSLETS.
tn,- tniatAsa nf the TtaDtlst church
have Investigated the condition of the
building and report that It does not
need paint except In apota.
a itinnai. will ha aArvAil Saturday bV
Jlr. Haywortha class of young ladlea.
the proceeds or wmcn win atari a ruuu
tor the purchase or a new pipe organ.
Mr tlarvav IT. Crona waa a lac ted tO
serve aa superintendent of th Sunday
school at the regular meeting oi in
church Thursday evening. Mra. A.
F. Parker haa been acting superintend
ent tor the paat yea Mr..qroa haa
hadextenaivsiaaperlence la Sunday
rvalaratAa will ha annolntad tn tha
Stat Sunday school convention, which
convene at Eugen next week
SECURES NEW f lAflAGEfi
I $50.00 Given Awcy f
1 Thl ad l worth 50 in ch to th vVot a'x urchar9 of CUIr- o
mont AorMaa Tract No. J 2V aero; all In cultivation; cloaa ta T
aahaah -...a. avaa aaa.at aVft f I ..ft. mmmtt BantltaM aTlakAt-la. fB Sal X
ww4Wi fTi vatuairwe: anne w- vabn"'w vmivi vwi. iw ra
now building. Price now only $875 per tract; 8300 cash, balance $10
per month. Thla price will aoon double. Come today and aloe tha
W. F. SCHOOLEY Cz CO.
Phonal 'Peclflo M-S0, Horn A-18S. S12 Main St, Oregen City.
'i' ' ' i
!EW RAILWAY FlO.
TO HIT ClACtiiilT
WILL LIKELY CUT ACROSS THE
BACK CORNER OP THIS VALU- ,
ABLE ACREAGE. M .
imnmnta tr onmnlefjwf Tor a
hlv tnAAMna- tn ha hald In tha tntarmn -
of the new Clackamaa Southern Kali-
way, at Clalrmont thla evening. Tnere .
are many living in Clalndont who wish
to aee thla new railway pat through,
and with that In view they can ba de
pended on ta do all In their power to
make It a success. - - ... .
Clalrmont la a 11 va little hamlet and
If thla new railway passes acroaa the :
. . . ...
oacK corner or me acreage it win
mean mncfi for the food Of the rfflaare.
Every holder of a lot. or., an acreage
will have hla Holdings ennancea mi
teriallyi ao that It behoove each and
every one to take hold and lift aa hard
aa V la possible to do. ,
'.1 DECISION WITHHELD.
Juatica Sam aon Will Decide In the
Edwin Richardson Caae Monday. '
Tha caaa nf Rdwln Richard aon.
charged with having fresh salmon in
hla possession, the Fish Warden claim
ing that tha flan were found In Rich
ardson'B barn, waa tried before Justice
Sam son Friday forenoon. . After hear
ing the evidence in the caae Bamaon
decided to withhold hla decision until
Monday at 10 a. m. Fish ex porta said
that the fish waa fresh, and not cold
storage stock, which II true wouia
subject Richardson to a fine In the
' The game warden gave a urge part
of the fish to the Baby Horn. The
fish are aald to have been very nne.
Capt Apperaon Buy Auto.
Capt. Apperaon. an old realdent well
known throughout the Wlllamette.Val
ley. haa purchased a Ford auto and
will devote part of hla time to-speeding
thla new gaa wagon.-Tha Captain
la a pretty good sport and he can well
afford the luxury of a good machine.
OF SHERIFFS OFFICE
RECEIPT8 AND DISBURSEMENTS
TO COUNTY TREASURER BY
Tha aeml-annual renort of the busi
ness transacted In the office of Sheriff .
Masa has some flattering' figuree for
the perusal of Clackamaa county tax-
payera. Not only are they convincing
evidence of the growth of thla section .
of the Northwest, and or the county,
but they are an evidence of the pains
taking care that la being given the
bnsineaa of the people In the Sheriff's
office. The figuree follow:
Delinquent tax collectlona,
Including tax sales.,..... B047.73
Interest ......' ...Hi. v 431.64 '
Total delinquent , collec-
tlnna ' ....1 S .978. 01
Current year collection.... $407,621.12
Less discount 11,032.65
Current year net tax collet y,
Total tax collection... a... $402.(66.68
Fees collected ....... i...i 238.25
Fines collected ,10.00
Total raah collections. '8402.814.83
Paid County , Treasurer ac "
count tax collectlona atoz.zya.ia
Paid County Treasurer ac
count feea collectlona.... '
Palds Coanty. Clerk account 5.
Cash on hand close of busl-.
-ness, March 81, 1811
Total rilabursementa.'. . . . $402,814.88