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MORNING ENTERPRISE, TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 1011.
OREGON CITT, OREGON
. I. BRODIE, Editor and IMbllalier.
KntrM aa .second-class matter Jan
wary a, Kil. at ths post office ai Onm
CUt. Oregon, andrr ths Act of March
TtwM t sutsctimen.
One TeaV, by audi
la MVmtha. by nail
Four Month, br mall
Par track, by carrier
- " 1 AlVXtTOiNC IATCS
w nw m mmjr, jut inca rw inswoji ihh . . . . 1 fro ' . . - -n .
First Pa. dm inch arid! imtiimu .it. ! tn Japa and the Mexican, and
rT?rtnt0n ny l- p" ,n, ! Nation may aa well make up lia mind
Prsrerred: position any page, per tneh j to glT these two peoples a taste of
what la coming to them If many more
Indian, dressed In the hid' of a ptg. I
It waa the disregard tf the spirit of
the formula a prescribed though Riv
en according t8 the letter that saved
Poto life. i. V
It waa much the same way with
Taft; while he naked of Japan and
Mexico, "Who's there three times,"
h had his own soldiers pn the ground
by the time the query had reached
them and they at once saw he waa
ready to answer his own question If
There are perhaps no (two peoples
that will bear closer . watching than
Snapshot of President Diaz
Shows Him In Best of Health
smooth tricks are tried on your Uncle
Samuel. If the Mexican government
wUhes to train with Japan It may be
an easy matter to give the Iusurrectos
enough encouragement to make the
Run paper olher than first pag. par rncb.
flrrt Insertion Itc
Run paper other than first page, par Inch
added Insertions Ic
Locals le per line; to regwtar gvr
tlaera to line. V.
Wants. For Rale, To Rent. etc.. one
eat a word first Insertion: one-half eent
Rates for advertiai.. tn h. wki, hol country quite uncomfortable to
Knterpriee will be the earns as in the ' both the present rulers and their
sawr. tor advertisements st especially .
for ths weekly. Where the advertisement j Mends the Japs.
la transferred from the dally to the week-
ry . without chanse. the rata will be Se '
aa tech for run of the paper, and lOe an ,
Inch for special position. I .
Cash should accompany order where ... , P , L,,p,r-
serty Is unknown In bustneea office of1 Lisping, ia .souietiuie caused by the
ma enterprise. hape of the tuugue. sometimes It Is
esteef1 dr,!rt',,,'" " dvrt,tn j due lo Imbllual ielf couiH-loUitness when
. Circus advertising and special transient I Ulkln "ud ""CttWe bjmniOC In
advertising at !6c to too an Inch, accord. eouucUtlou lu this cane lewaolis front
s to -apecia conditions governing -Uef .n-ehxnttlwit lent ber will often over
come the trouble eutirety. The-pdpU
will learn for the first time In her life
bow to place her tongue when - pro
nouncing certalu letter and coinblna
tloua of letters, and with constaut prac
tice the Hup will disappear. If tbe UP
is due to nervousntwe or self conscious
ness, as stammering often Is. Instruc
tion in elocution will help a great deal.
-Fire' Sale" and Bankrupt Sale" adver
tisements 15c Inch first Insertion: addi
tional Insertions earns matter 2to Inch.
News Items and well written article
ef merit, with Interest to local readers,
win be gladly accepted.. Rejected manu
scripts never returned unless accompan
ied by stamns to prepay noeusse.
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
April 11 In American History.
1TM Edward Everett, orator and
states man. born; died 1905. . ,
1961 Sooth Carolina Confederates de
manded tbe surrender of FortStyn;,
ter, Charleston bartor. by tbe I nit
ed State garriwn
IMC General Wade Hampton, dlstln
go Is bed Confederate cavalry ofB
cer. died: born S1
(From Don todur to noon tomorrow.;
Sun sets 3 Kr : ." 22; moon se'
6:13 a. m. : .l::ne M.-ri r.-r a.vu setting'
abortiy after un t. '
of V " I li -. vv.v-'-vNm!,,-. , .. 1eJaM ainaw "I
wjl.. ... Jr. 7 tf 1 i J
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MAJOR OENEKAL Ws II. CARTER. j
fL Thotos Cop-rlgMJbfAmertranM.saoetetlonk it .
Soda. For Bad Breath.
A fourth a teastpoonful of blear-.
!iona;e of sodii taken In half a glass
ful of water befure eucb meal will
help to correct tbe klud of Indlgestioo
that gives a bud breath. The bicar
bonate of sodu granules, that you can
obtain at any druggist's, are good for
I this purptwe and are excellent for tbe
teeth as they dissolve In the mouth.
Charcoal tablets are also good and are
taken after meals In tbe same way.
Another splendid remedy la a table
spoon ful of glycerin In a wineglass of
bot water after each meaL
At last we have received the rain
which has been expected.
i Our road supervisor. John Barth. has
HANDING JAPAN A LEMON. been making some good improvements
Soon after President Taft sent the au"D ?. few. dT
if. ft .oMLr. . n... i- " AIM- Tere
. . ' accident some time ago while rHin-
proximlty to Mexican territory critFT a bicycle, is very muchimproved.
cism became rife of the President and Ml8 Dolly Marquam waa out home
hla official acta. But at that time, and ,n- - she la attending High school
i, ... . . at suverton
ini uj luauy mat tnere
mast be some things known to the
Administration that were not known
by the public ln general. It waa
runner felt by many that whatever1,
It was that the President' and his ad'
vlaera V it w - - . 1. 1 . . f
.v.. .v ... , : . . I numwr airenaea the dance at
Our merchant. F. J. Rldlrrgs. haa
been having some Improvements made,
aa adding a new addition to his house
and putting's ne-w-Toof upon the old
rrank- Dicksns. of Molalla. was In
out midst Sunday.
A nnmhar at.n
that the public might be taken IntoiScotta Mills from Marot.am !..
the confidence of the President, for '. nrday evening.
that might take too 'touch time, and It ' A number of Needy base ball players
might, too, be notice to tbe enemy 1 Wer5 ,e ,thf Mriuam streets
if thsr. ... ,..v.. ; SundT. but It looked too much like
If there waa one that move was to rain to play ball.
be made and th enemy might thus be j There will be a basket social at
enabled to strengthen his position ! Monl,or. Or., next Friday, April 14.
la comparison to our own, at least. ' iren by the Monte Cristo school.
'to raise funds to nurchan an nrnn
TT. M . - . . . . nv. . .
"v uos vi me past lew QSys CSS
IX'KNT events have directed wore than ordinary attention to President
, Porflrlo Plai of Mexico, and the bea4b..of the chief ete utlve of tbe I
netgbtHirlug republic has been a mstter of much public couceru. For
more tbsn a third of a century he baa been a commanding figure la
Mexican affairs. Born In 18.10, be entered tbe army at tbe age ef seventeen
fend was one of the leading patriots In tbe campaigns against tbe Frem-h
during the years that the T'nited Ktatea waa engaged In civil v. nr. He was
captured once, was forced to stirreuder once, but each time em-aped: He led
"victorious army that entered J be City of Mexico In 1SA7. lie was a nnidl
date for president, but waa defeated, and during the next-ten year be I til sev
eral armed revolts against the government, being forced to flee the country in
1872 and In 187H He Anally won a victory against President tie TcJariVs
troops, snd in 1877 he wss elected president As the Mexican constitution ; ro
hlblted a man from holding tbe presidential office twksUn enceeaslou be wss
succeeded by his clone personal friend, (ieneral Ottntslea. ' Dim reniainetl the
great power In Mexican affairs, tbe constitution wed change J. snd In 1H84
Plat sgsln became president. He has been re-elected several times since
then, sntrhlH Mnemieb say thafhV ia not tbe president, but Is the dictator. In
on Iron A Uleel Company
Addition to Oswego; $1.
Mpenta Papas lo tlus nin. lots I, I,
J. i, 5. . 7. . . and the east H of lot
10, block 81, Mlnlhitra Addltloo to,
Portland; also lots dj.S. . 7, block 7l.
Mini horn Addition lo Portland; also
Iota 17 and 1. and Ihe weat one-third
of lot 19, and the undivided one-third
of lot li In 'block 75. Mint horn Addi
tion to Portland; 9IUH).
Robert A. Miller t l. Packard,
lots It. 18. block IS. West Oladstone;
Penny II McClure and Hessle II.
McClure to K. T- Kelley, Innd In Oak,
JiiJson C. Kates and 8rah A. HlK
Ins to Kruest 1' Chase, part of I). U
C. of William and Jane Ctnnell In
lowushln 3 south, range S east; ft
A. J. KnlKhlly to Chris Welsnmmlel.
lot 7 of block 3. Morris' Hu lull vision
of lots tt, 0, 10. ::, 13, first Addition
to Jennings lxlfr; ft.
Joseph and Bertha M. IVardorlf to
Kunlce K. Ilevan, 8 acres of section
tt, township, rsnge 3 eaat; flO.
Cncmlcru al Ksiale Coiiipauy lo
Portland Kallwav, Uxht and4 Power
Company, Mock 7. Bolton :: fl.
Andrew Crtesshaher to J. K. Walker,
lapd lu ClMckamas county; f2:'0
J R and Myrtle Walker to Anibroae
and Catherine Pletiard, part of blisrk
1 1, luraamas lieianta;
I Olive and Amos lA'vk to Tlioliins
Urea and Anna Itavies. to acres of sec-
i Hot) 35. township t soiiih, rtne
Hilda Toore to Albert Mauti. lot
of block I. ( T. TiMe Addition
Oregon City; tL . ,
It. B. Ufa tie to J. M. Warmx-k. trti
tee. lots 4 and 5, block 3. South Ore
Ate You A Money SaYeii
Meat every sne aipeeta te M a meney MVa. '
Some epeet te a when their Irtcems Is laTT 'lm
savs when their expensss are less. ,
People who welt until they can aava tkn... .
aave: thsy wshe up tome day fills with regret, w!..
twnitiss may nave miasea.
The merel Isi
Begin regular savins at im. l.
the Ineeme, make the outgo a little Use and savs ih -,W
It's simple matter te atari aavlngs account hare
The Bank of Oregon City
U C. 1-ATOURrrr prealdeai
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ol OREGON CITY , OREGON
Trenasets a 0nseal tanking Buolneec
Onan f . .
Kecelpts for the week have been aa
fuUossr -Cattle '1CS9. ralvea 68, hogs
1179, sheep 3:19.1 and horses 41.
"' Hcarclty In rattle receipts continues
snd prices show a corresponding up
ward tendency. While prices received
are practically the same aa the preced
Ing week, the quality of stuff received.
as a whole, waa not good. The lop on
good, well finished steers, hay fed re
. K , . " . - . - . mains ateaus to nrm st fu Ti witn
lotion being the most extenslv. Ib.t hs. been started, Abont the time that j Jrl 4 4 " 'fie .with Ihe call for he
the I nlted States troops were ordered to 8a n Antonio It waa said that ITenl. of(,,rr grades, snd buyers willing to
ueui i;iaa was m oaa Deai in. anu later tne rumor mat ne was ties l rrn. r;ea l pay. well for quality, The veal piarket
waaningron. mia rumor waa round to be false, and Plaa Issued a statement came Into the llmcllnht again with
saying that bis health waa excellent, as It bss been for years. . The above Jump of 7&c per hundred, making the
picture was made Feb. 23 aa President Plat waa watching an aviation meet Hop on light calves fH "5. with plenty
t tbe City of Mexico. Hla daughter-la-law and his grandson are shown bis- ! of takera. The bull market Is firm
aide him.- The picture shows that he was in roared health sf that time In i "h best grade selling at
fact, that he looked particularly strong for a man of eighty-one Theother Th no " eld Its own during
picture is that of . Major General W. II. Carter, who Is In command of tbe ! tb I"1 mrrk nJ u"J advance
rnlted Mates troops atRanAoteoia Thla picture waa made only a few dya ' ""i" '"r "u""T!r 1"' "ow
am In the T.ti. Vlte I nemg i so ior neat wen nnianeq nos
" I I ... I . K ml W I. k. ... .4 A I
laical and Eastern receipts were con
and Flora E. Jariscb a' 40 ACrOal Of JtKUn r n n or aa A Aa at an.l tkn .
narfaf (vbwIv hstivt
hran'T" lurhwe.T-qu.Mer "of X l '
! south, range i eaat; fl. T.h,p 3 south, range 4 east; flO. ''ii ,
Caroline Battin et al to Orrerf A. John and Mary Muaa to Martin and ' l.,7 "
confirmed that conjecture on the part
and a library case for the school. Pro
gram by the school We cordially In-
Of the Pfealdent a frl-M. lw, e.i. .v., 1 V". " P'"ns or tne school with
- - 7 " . their friends to come. Indies are re-!
u auineining coverea rrom ! quested to all bring baskets,
the rest of the world. And the nature! close of the entertainment
llaitln, land In section 28. townahln i
south, range 2 east; flO.
Thomas M-antf Ellia A. Dnnahlnn
to Charles Konschak, 40 acrea of aec
tlop 34. township 4 soutB. ran re 1
ast; fl. . - '
Maggie L. Dolsn
land in section 32. townshln"i,u,uih
Annie Slewert. 1 acre of Clackamas
county; $125. -
Artemisia Baling to Philip V. and
Miles Stsndish, loo acres of section
16. township 3 south, range-! east;
110. - . . .. .
- W. K. and K. Fannie Edwards to-A. I
dvsnce In prices, demand ex
he supply by at least one
hslf. Spring Inmbs continue In de
mand at inc. ewes at flt0 to fl 75.
heavy wethers f 4.75 to f5. lighter
arades fS to fS.25 antTTeavy lamba
15 60 to ft! with a dock of 5'k- per
bund red on sheared sheep
Horse market continues firm, with
ah Increasing demand for d'aft horses.
8. Piullo, lota T and , fclork 36. Ore- Delivery horses and drlveia are als.
of It shows conclusively that the Presi
dent waa wise in moving quickly, and
that In doing so he checkmated the
very action that the other party to
tle achemo did nqtwant checked.
"President Taft ia to be commended for
Birtchet will aell the baskets to the
highest bidders. I
The President snowed himself much
like the proverbial Irishman In what
he did. As tbe story goes, an Irishman
wag put on picket duty in a certain
Indian war at a pott where three oth
er pickets had been shot from ambush.
The rule was for the picket when dis
turbed to call out three times. "Who's
there?" before shooting. Knowing of
the regularity with which death over
took pickets on this post Pat evolved
a plan of his own for self-preservation.
At the first sign of disturbance Pat up
with his gun and nhouted, "Who's
there, three times bang!" Investl- j
gallon revealed the body of a dead
Joseph C. Hostetler and Mary Hon
tetlerfo Amos andLDelia . Kauff man.
20 acres of section 6. township 5 south.
his quickness in perception, and his , r"ge 1 e"lv. ,Z70a
decision as to what was hl.t , n ' L,M ,nd Fr,nk Meeker to Hazel
under the c'rcL.UnceT J? ' G"d",0ne:
! Airred M. and Elizabeth Ijovelace
! lo T. J. Bohna, 2.13 acres of section
. township 2 south, range 3 east; i
T. J. and Luvena Bohna to John C. j
Elliott and Minnie Bohna, 2.13 acres
nf aA.r1,n O , k . 1. 1 . i I
... j, luwunuip i wjuui, range
e east; ii.
William B. and Hattie Barkudale to
Fred H. and Emma Lankow. all of
Tract 6, Tualatin Meadows; $10.
J. J. Bullock and E. A, Bullock, to
Preslev H. and Flora Jariscb, 40 acres
of JesSe and Nancy Bullock D. L. C,
township 2 south, range 1 east; fl. .
Mary A. Teter and R. D. Teter to
Presley H and Flora U Jarisch. 40
acres of D. U C. of Jesse snd Nancy
Bullock, township south, range 1
O. W.-and Susie Prosser to Presley
Can Best Advo
By Archbishop IRELAND
1 AS the cUy como of such eminent prepotency
1 f tbe principle of arbitration that a great
nation such as the United State of Amer
te may gafely TURN ALL ITS SWORna
INTO PLOWSHAIiES AND ALL ITS
SPEARS INTO SICKLES f No one will make
No; the day of OMured an J lasting international
peace baa not arrived if ever ambition and nrSda
of nations permit it to arrive. . - ,
y . TODAY THE NATION THAT DISMANTLES ITS SHIPS OF WAR
AND DISBANDS ITS SOLDIERS PUTS ITSELF IN DANGER. OF QR08S
HUMILIATION, IF NOT FATAL DISASTER.
; Today America ia respected byita aister nations. It is respected
because also it is FEARED. Peace America invokes, but to be the
more sure of peace America must be READY AT A MOMENT'S
NOTICE to summon to it defense in army and a navy to whom
defeat 1 impossible. " ... .
The Kind That
Our New Steel Die Embossing
Machine IS THE THING
In the front rank of the
R. W. & R. S.Wsrd
Wa do flsnaral rapalrlng. rkit maehlnsry mad u d
vrvrn as nww. svapvns wun gasouna anginas,
fhonssi Main MH Mam 1IS,
10S FOURTH STREET ON EQON CITY;
wantffl aa Ilia sprlnf atlvaitfrs.
- I'iirsrniatlv aalna hava brsn as
:5 aicr-ra . .1131 fl.T5
U slrra-T-rr. . VTT '. ...... III! 8 fift
177 sill's .'. IJ5U B.&0
I&3 lri . . 1I7S 8 35
8 cows .1310 . Soil
7N ros . , . 1..1MI S.7S
1 4 cows .M... Ml 5.50
10 rows StiJ 3 25
III hK 301 7 JO
Isl Iioks 310 7.75
30 h"Ka 113 7.80
3 hoKS :U 5.50
49 ralvra 151 S.75
3 ralvra 131 5o
( bulla .....1885 Boo
7 bulla H4I 4 50
241 sprltm lambs ......... 41 10.00
791 lambs (shorn) S7 5.40
3(H) lambs (shorn). HI ft 21
:S4 wrthrrs 110 4 50
I Urlvrr !w....,,.I7S
I dflUery hrst 150
I plua . . . . . . . . . .... .V.." '., .. 80'
tuca 10o hratl. aa,r.Vui,,iJTr
Msslran tomatoes 10, sosli,,,V.
rillflt AMI KEKi,
n Hour: .Hllng ,j, Utu Jfe
brlnln alm.it ir. & 1
Ortgon City Marktta.
Tbs nisrkrt rrMirts from th Kaal
tell of a falling off In iirlrra on frn
rral irtvllona which, naturally, moan
(he fall off on local protlurtlon and
on (immI siuffa gfiirrally. If ihvra la
any falllni off In ihs loral market It
s In aymiMithy with Mils aenxrat rs-
durtloa quoicil In lh Kaat. and In
certain ronimtMlllIrs "svrn this fart h
not Irndi d to any reduction.
A pples Iicat "tH k sriif si I i
wsll rb-anrd up and what ars Is ft ars
not siimh1. Prices for local aiorh
ran from 75c to 11.50, and as much
of ih- sdnk Is lien ImvIs It la not
natural that I he oulslds rlr shNild
rana. ool River atork Is slllna
from fl 50 lo 2 50.
IDTATOKs iM-maud for hh1 hx-al
stock Is fair and ihe supply lltnliM.
Only a few of good slock are left In
th country: at that there are urob.
bly enough for home consumption.
Iluyers hsve scourectMjji section pret
ty thoroughly and In conaequenr
those who have pptatoea left are hold
In- for the outside price. Prices range
from ft. 25 to fl.50 rwt. Hhlpped In
potatoes range a trifle higher.
VKOKTAlilJCa-Uttle change since
last renori: onions sre a little stiffs!
In price hut other vegetables remain
about the same. Onions 2 U. turalDe
and carrots 75o lo fl aack, pasnlps f I
to tl.ii aack, cabbage 3c pound. New
egeiabiea ore comlna in. rallfomla
la Binding many thlnaa. at a hlsh
price. lettuce sells 6c bunch.
radishes 5a, onlons-to-allforwla lt-
' '"III llimrrlBiBl- a
14. ahorta f:4 to u ZJ
12. crarksd eorn
W IIKAT Th 1,.1
wheat is a trine belter U4 ttT,
advancing a lit. I. from lut J?
The latest quotatloui art kZ
lfthe.gr.de la abov, ikawtiS
Wr gl a trifle abort lhltarl u
cal holders are very ittf i (L JT
wnt lo sell. "
"AY U very weak u4 BtQi k
mand. Those who bavt It I
not well protected wanttolstrxoav
Ing tbe price to .ndadir fcttltl,
lower level. Clover n u 111 aa I
SU to f 12. timothy 111. B4 114 m
fa commands fll (o fio,
OATH Heaters huylnc (or ttliom
to meet the demand la tbtduai fu.
that lb market Is weak as4 wmk
IHVrTKK There I. UtiWrauiife
quotations for dairy, tb prlct gal
butler ranging from JOe to Seal
country that la not raokw im m
bring more than If anj Sc,u4m
wanted sulliat. - Creamery b) I Olfc
off In price In ciiDseqavact of M
dairy living more plentiful si this dat '
of the ear. Uuotstlout for (mwn
are mad at 7e and 71e tkt rag.
ROdH The price Is a III II kr
belng down s renl-lto bui tal
vailing quota l Ion at this Us. Or
mand -fairly good and tapply BaM
very few thipplng and llttlt avphi
POULTRY-Prlret are aoonU,
higher and Ihe tfemaod good, Im j.
bring ICc, roosters Uc, ymingtai
and mlted rblckeos lk to lie, .
Ing doing In larger (owls.
M RATH-Pork Is oa the otctlM.
hogs bringing ! snd K; ml !
,cbeaer and price for tmall wtut
Is 9c and l"c. larger at a cootUinsw
lower figure. Mulloa brtafj I T,
according to srarrlty.
HIDES Oreen So posad, laltwi Ir,
dry bides lie to lie, ibott r
to 75c each.
WOOI-rrniKrs lie lo lit
mohair 25a to tOe.
c and 7c. sun jjried 5, prtstt
HALT Relllns COo U) 75t fc
R0 In. stck. half grouod 40t TM f
100 Ib.-aaohev : a
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f 'fl 1 15 111 Ilr.-.i "0T Wcrrls or a pair of lire, fmra. mj- J
1 Vb i t IA l u 2" ua,,J roa oor eaukwues snd lesro our auasanl at f
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HO gfOajaTY NgOUlatfa unul yea rsorlre snd I
HTrrie. we stop lo anyone anrw'"es In Ihe V S
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