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for the Morning
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late. In every WMSt ef CUssta-
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OREQON CITY, OREGON, SUNDAY," APRIL 1911'
Peb Week, 10 Cent
U m OFffR
i b IR 0 WILLING TO TAIAT IP
itlTAHV AFFAIRS LIFT IN
m tiiinT nroiAU
Vjj SAID m m mm
tm Trm cf PMe t ,neM
I nurrcte and Otiaran.
1 . . . . A II . . -
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U, PA80. Te.as. April 12. (Bp
Jn-Mfiln '"',U M ,h"'
uka rtvoluiln" la aa good aa nvr.
u ,ild tonight that Gao. Madaro
ttr-d t an armlstlc. provided
wlH ,rr-i.t all effort to .atamp
u,iihrrl IH'n P"nlt condltlona
TboM h rim 10 hnow th"'
M proffer f'"" n arralatlca from Dlaa
, n th wy and that It will ha re
,it4 h'vorably by Madaro.
MADEltO tr CAMP, via El Paso,
kt. Apr'' t;. lroapacta of peace In
inlro beraniw roseate today when
i,-r.l MHdff'C In n Interview wlih
tt Aaoclt"l I'raaa-'ieofrfapondant.
MUrMl thai li..' had never, and does
ok so. IiimIxI upon the Immeutpte..
Mipiil"n I'realdenttHii'ara nec
tary preliminary to tha elgulng o n
Mt pad. H aaaente to an armla
ir( under certain terma.
tkl admlKHlon waa ao startling that
b wporter repeated tha Ganaral'a
rordi to Oon. ral Madaro, and Baked
lkal a iha atatement ha wlahed
i ak U" replied that tba etate
KOt correct, and added:
It hit b"'" said that I aent sau ulll
mom lo Prealdent . Dlas, Instating
ill U mut r-algn. did Dot do ao.
Mild' iikiMo tea tha revolution and-,
tpiactfullv. want no further blood
tA. I pave alwaya benwllllng to
U conrt'HxIona to bring tha war to
i M, and there la no peraonal aacri
M l would nut make. It muat ba
dtnId mind, bowavar, that tbera can
rM peace If tha term a of which are
ot tatUfai'tury. to tha Mexican pao-
a. - -- '- -
-tf By ofTlcere are la perfect ao
wiiltl my vlewa. Not ona will try
i totrtMn tba rebellion If tbep nnd
Lt aaot able terma are to ba had
yu tha people of Mexico will ra
mtknae rlghte guaranteed by the
lUlenrapbad Dr. Ooniea tbat If an
aiKke la to ba arranged lt ahould
I (or four or five daya and ahould
ftwU the entire region between
wn and chlcbuahua. Wa are wait-
I I reply to thla from tba City of
nko. We outnumber tha garrlaon
arei two to ona and cannot re-i-iolih
thin advantage without aa
ifiBca that the government will not
UBK-tu-aend .relnforcementa If
Vovrnmfnt alncaraly wlehee peace
1 1 btili (if juatlc aa much aa are do,
Vo there can ba bo doubt tbat wa
III come to terma."
WHIPPING YOUNO WOMEN.
SALEM. Or.. AdtII . (Spaclal.)
Iuih lv. lywii a lad aaalnat E. L.
Vlenfu luniTlntendent of tha Chem'
V (pdlan m hool, accualng him of
Wping young woman an4 of getting
Vni women to whip each other, con
Vy to retulutlona. It la aleo Charged
)U Immorality la not given proper at
pot. He makea a general denial to
Oregon Cltr and Portland
Mr, northerly wlnda. '
Orfron rlr nnrtharl wlnda.
fecial Boostcf Day
V American oaoola "Ilka to ba
CTOd" but not on tha alothaa
"e oeit clothae maoe in
I1?? ,or ha money. Wa are offer.
menu at aoeelal raduotlona on
t ftAll At- - . ... . t
'ice Bt others
, ,XCL0SIVE CLOTHIERS
ioi Uka Otter ; ; .:..
, 'ithaniMalnW ' '
f a M at ? a. -aaa gaa.
OUR ILLUSTRATED INTERVIEW.
TWO HOOK FIM ON SOCIETY PETS.
(9URE IWA5T0THE MOULD
' rv di vasy Vvtrjoiw. so was
a x gay. in e f aa in.
WH05 KEN PINCntD
m. FOR 5WIHN ATON Or
mAI -TAKP IT FROM
W ONC OOOD rVCILIST
PTlW'UiA vrv ri rM
THF., PlNKTFA; ANn RPTlkTM
uf fills anu now i n n jhi swin
Mim"5 Hf P TO THEIR CHANCE
I U nAAL uUUU Wl I n 7 flc.)l
MITTS. REPP YOUR LAMPS QflMF
TOMORROW. AWYHABLf5 SOUTHfKW
THE ONES WE HAVE TO TELL.
SKILL AND NERVE
SAVE FROM DEATH
WHAT PROMISED A CATASTRO
PHE TURNED ASIDE INTO
MERE ACCIDENT. .
WILSON, THE. AERONAUT, ESCAPES
alloon Completely Destroyed and
Parachute Goe Up In Plamea
Power Plant Badly
whit nromlaod to end In a harrow
Ing cataatropha waa turned-aalda lntol
mere accident by tha akin wun
which -J. W. Wllaon. of. tha Miller
Carnival Company, manipulated ma
balloon In a rapid accidental deacent
to earth about 10 o'clock Saturday
morning. When tha balloon In which
uMiann waa maklnc hla aacent had
rlaen to a point about 600 feet above
tha earth tba bag comprising me aua
iBinin nnwer of the balloon exploded.
uti n him ran auuaeuiT iu im
r- -- . ... , .- .v.-
Aa .mil aa tha exDlnalon told Wllaon
Uf hla danger he cut looaa hla para
chute and prepared to aiigni aa mmouj
aa poaalbla. No aooner naa um ui
looaa than ha began to drop auddanly
U U V Ull". 1 J - . -
i.. ki. mmii horima mora aradual.
... artar. tha naracnuia oiwu-
K'Kt . . -, .
a that Va aaar ha' waa in irammrui
danger of dropping on the high power
wlrea of tha P. R. U ft P: Co., at tha
4 IKa ouaiMtnalon bridge.
imIImI to awlnc hlmaelf
ovar to avoid a anocK mai wouiu umu
him to a orlap.
with aimoat auDrhunan effort ha
.n himaelf ovar. and a moment
..... aiihtad nn tha roof of a car
tandlng on the tracka near tha Weat
Ride deoot. wnera nia p''
tha wlrea and waa aimoat in
a ula hallnon waa
taniiy nraiuui, . ,: Am r
nnmnlntelv fleairoyeu. i
- ,v. .ra in tha cltr to attend
Booater Day. many of whom had been
attracted to the cuy py :
a -- .a mm .Manalnn W II na.BfU lUV tv
Ciaeni aim - . th-
K.,a Lraath aa they wltneaaed tha
danger ln which, me ""
"1 ik. inaiant And not one
. .a a. .a "aUaial
for a moment expected him to alight
..a estKlla main atllQ WUUIoii
turned their faeea away not wlahlng
. . wi- .n n Instant death.
nrn.a .aa tha advertiaed balloon
attraction of tha Booater' Day ahow.
A large part of tha Booetor Day crowd
cam. to the city to aea tha balloon
Mfcenalon. which waa a part of the
free exhibit uaed to draw a crowd. No
?emonltlon waa had of Impending
in yet tha atrong wind of
fh. mornlni mada any attempted a
nt mora or leaa dangeroua.
Ths bSp? e'"
tlntf to thoaa having the Itooatar D-Y
aVronaTt one. tha accident
had occurred. But tha
obviated any marring of the wn 'on
of the day. while the death of WU aon
would have eaat a cload over the an
joymant of th. occasion Speaking of
1 r AT
iiii.t i " r
1 1- 1 1 V V.
iR mqvingictUIstunt t pxlaire lightwap gets a fierce jolt
n m a a m aaaai a a a aa. a. a
BY VALT Ac D OUGALJ.
rfR0nK9 OLOJEAItS IT
Iff, villi LI I vl I IIAJIHS.
WILL COP THIS IDEA
AMO bTAOf. IT.;
ATTRMArH OF TMg riaST 8PSINO SWIM
SOUTHERN RESORT NOTES.
TEFFiMCnAM FOOTE 13 ON
FROM MLMBLAGH WHERE
Hf SPENT THE WINTER 5IUW
VrTll REACH HERE IN MAY.
tlona; tba wind waa blowing ao hard
I -could not manipulate . tba balloon
properly. When I waa about 300 feet
In tha air. and getting aettled, tha bag
ripped. I wa . too . busy trying to get
l.mu to raallia mv itanrer. The nara-
chute waa atlll attached to tha balloon
and the whole bualneaa waa falling
before I could cut myaelf looaa. I
finally managed to cut looaa from the
bag and awung tha parachute, with the
purpoae or ateermg iowaru io
ah.Ha rathar than fall on the rocka.
I mlaaed the aheda and the two high
power electric wirra, ma van mn
16.000 volta, and landed on a paaaenger
car at tba atatlon. ine paracnuto
waa caught In the wlrea ana waa
burned. Luckily I eecaped without
kmlaaa I knaw berora I aianea
that I waa going from ona danger Into
another, for tha wina waa diowiih
atrong before the Falla. I had no
"Laat Bummer at Vancouver I naa a
allaht fall and another laat aummer at
Wllhelmlna. I have been with the
Mlllnr Carnival Co. about a year."
Within an hour after hla narrow es
cape from death Wllaon made a alld.
TorUre fronvTne suspension onaje.
While Wllaon escaped without aerl
oua Injury not ao the power "atatlon of
tha P. R. La ft P. CO., into wnoae wirn
he fell. In eome manner there waa a
ahort circuit esUbliahed ana in. wnoie
aystem given a shock and much dam
age done In the station here and at
Cazadero. The planta In thla city,
Caaidero and Portland are an con
nected aa one unit, and danger and de
af ruction to ona la felt by the othera.
Several machlnea were burned out In
thla city, considerable aamage aon
in tha r-atadero nlant and considerable
disturbance felt In Portland. Th. es
timated damage to Ibis ana in. vib
dero plant la placed at 6000 by a local
representative or me compau.
STATEMENT NO. 1 ADOPTED.
ST. PAUL. Minn.. April J2. (Spe
cial.) The legislature haa paased and
tha novernor signed the law provid
ing for the nomination ot United
Rtatea Senatora by direct vote of the
people. Tha law la modeled on State
ment No. 1.
OUR FARMER FRIDJDS
. KEPT THEIR 1'iOIIEY
carnival PEOPLE " FAILED TO
PULL THE COIN OUT OP MANY
n.tr nav didn't aDDeal to the
uuwnwi - -
"wis. old owl" of farmers who came
to Oregon City for a good time 8at
iiatnod intently n
could hear the money Jingle aa the
farmera and farmer ooya up
and down tha afreets, oui mo i "
waa heard to Jingle In the money do
a rarnlvnl nanillA.
Carnival people are always loalng
nnn.o nn mattar hna milch thCT are
making It seeme to be a part of the
buslneaa to alwaya have fond recol
lectlona of th. good business they did
In tha laat cnnntV." but St that
U la generally believed that tha poor
mouth atoriea told nere were genunm.
Booater Day brought a crowd toXthe
.it. and many of thoa. who came
anant an enloyabl. day at that, but
few Who cam. IOOenou up iur m av
tractions to any great axieni.
tu-.-v- Mil III t rWlrii
4iiy,--w. HI 1
ii a. v. a n; ami i
HnRRflRS ROOK 1 .
UHPNrFR I THINK' OFAli THF RFIIBS
WHOHITftWYM TOM TfEJR DOUGH
lALWAWOfillRWXf. I fit buXXW
GFTTHf GflOOCOINTHEYHWF TDBLDW.
Yam nrin r m evfbywhfrf you go-
I UJON B0065 nGKTlT LwOot
TORaMRJF Am UflmOfiir lYflJGn
TO BLOWTHURWLLSFOSEAUrW BOOZE
aaaaaiBBm cine an aai
BY LORAJAflE UPri. AUTnOR Or
Tn-tur rnrrnc uirui MMrJ
irfGTHEMUlLl NLVER TfO A
ctcro ocuruoco nwc vmirnWT
idHfin. nuTLnoun.wirvui, iuu wvi i
you a Rffiafjwftf his bwt5 fvfn
iriTuKvniirMnNnr AHmii dhaif
BY GRAND JURY
CLAIM SET UP THAT HE KILLED
HIS BROTHER, HIRAM
IN EFFORT TO SAVE HIS OWN LIFE
Nelaon Fought With a Club, Hiram
With an Axe Oraaa Show.
Evidence of Bitter
Kaliann Raaha who klllad hla hml h-
er Hiram, laat January at Clackamaa
Heighta, waa discharged from custody
Raturdav afternoon, after tha crand
Jury returned not a true bill, following
an investigation or nia case, bmn
la 80 yeara of age.
Thara war no wltnaaaaa to th.
fight to the death of th. two brothera.
Nelaon had been to town and when
he returned in an Intoxicated condi
tion ha a id hla h rot her met him at
the door with an axe and th. battle
commenced. Nelson grasped a bug.
club and in the end he killed hla
brother, after .being seriously wounded
Th. first Intimation that th. neigh
bor, had of the fight waa th. appear
ance of th. slayer at th. home of
George Mackinnla, with a aertoua cut
in hia head, a deep gash running along
tha right aid. of hla face, from which
thara waa nourlns' a atream of blooa.
Hiram Beeb. was round aeaa at tne
door to the aide of tha home. Th.
araaa waa trodden down and. In many
nlaraa war a to ha IMII blood BDOta.
showing that the fight bad been long
and hitter. Hiram lav a few feet from
th. house, with his noe. broken and
hla face bruised in many piacea. is ear
at hand waa a lane club that Nelaon
had used, and a few fet away waa
tha ax that Hiram had fought with.
tha waannn with which ne nad innici
at a itaan eut nn the head of Nelaon.
Hiram Beeb. waa 77 yeara of age,
and crossed the Plains in 1862. coming
from Iowa. Nelson Beeb. waa a vet
aran nf tha Plvll War and cToaad the
Plaina at a later day. The brothera
had been keeping bachelor quarters
for several yeara and had lived In tha
Map Rnharta nttace on Clackamaa
Heighta for about two montha prior to
the tragedy. None auspected any aert
oua trouble to arise between them.
Both men were widowers, Hiram hav
ing been married twice. Hla second
wife waa Mrs. Cathrow, of Canemah.
Hiram had no children, but Nelson
haa a daughter. Laura, of Red Bluff,
Cal. George Beebe, a younger brother,
Uvea In Eastern Oregon, and a nephew
lives near Estacada.
, Tha grand Jury made a careful In
veattgatlon of the case, but Nelaon
Beeb. stoutly affirmed that ha killed
hia brother in aelf defenae, and that
he waa forced to fight ln order to pre
aerve hla own life. Ther. waa no evi
dence, except that of th. aooused, and
Beebe was accordingly given hla free
dom. . .'.,..
Are you a aubaortber to tha Morn
ing Enterprise? If not you ahould call
and let ua put your nam. on th. sub
scription list immediately. .
BIG BOOSTER DAY
THOUSANDS COME TO OREQON
CITY, COME EARLY AND
STAY ALL DAY.
STREETS FILLED JOSTLCX HUNDREDS
Big Street Parade, Good Display of,
Handaema Horeee Jolly, Tired
Throng Goes Home
Speaking of crowds, Oregon City
hmA a hlar ona Rnnatar Dir. Prom
early morning until noon the atream of
teams poured Into town without any
lessening in frequency. Tne greaieai
number Mm. bv war of Molalla ave
nue but other roada leading into town
were crowaea an tn. morning.
Hardly a rig that cama In was
naa anil nn hv tha Mornlne? Enternrlse
carriers who presented a paper to ev
ery person wno wouia accept. ne
SDeclal Booster Day edition of a thou
and extra copies waa used' up at 10
nwif nnt laaa than ftOfl of these be
ing presented to famlliee coming In by
team. The rest were distributed about
town and not one but waa used.
On Main street Just after the parade
had passed tha Enterprise office there
were not less than 4300 people on the
four blocks between Fourth and
Eighth streets , alone. This estimate
makea nn allowance for th. hundreds
who saw th. parade from other polnta
of vantage, on. section oi uew.i
only ton feet wide and not ao thickly
crowded aa were other sections neiu
17 people. Using this aa a base tne
2500 feet of sidewalk on both aides
of Main from Fourth to Eighth held a
total of 4250 besides hundreds who
occupied the atreet crosslnga and wtn-
dowa of tha buildings along in. una
of march. - - ,
From noon on th. crowd. Increasea
In density. Every on. was imbued
with the carnival aplrit and while
there wer. some discomfort, about be
ine: in the crowd no complalnte were
heard. A better behaved arid more
conaenlal crowd would be hard to
nnd anywhere. Whll. elbow room waa
a( a premium no on. reaented the
Jostling and moat seemed to enjoy the
crowd aa much aa th. carnival fea
tures that were to be found at .vary
corner. " ' ' '
tha anarial circulation Of th.
Morning 'Enterprise and the number
of people on th. atreeta during the
parade tor a oase n i"
8500 people on the atreeta during the
Th. rmwd noured In from early
morning to nearly noon at which time
there waa a lull: but It began to com
again ahortly after the noon hour and
continued to dock in uniu mo iuiu
of th. afternoon. Then again in the
evening there wer. aom. wno u.
not get away from noma nam""
the work of the day.
The crowd began to go nomo j
middle of the afternoon and continued
dropping out until at supper time the
crowd had thinned out materially. But
at that there waa a good crowd all
venlng and not a few were country
people who atayed until late at night
ind went home after everything waa
cloned. . ,kA
Principal among tne
. k.,u ahnw and Booster
Day parade." Both were abovr th.
average " "uv-" . ,
conalderlng the ahort notle. that la
given, farmer, not having tims , to Jit
up atock for auch a ahow as in case
r annwi ,u mj m
of a county rair ana mo --
creuii. horaea In line.
a a aa. a"i aMirai mil niuuir. a
wer. a mrsw .. . ...
.nd among them wer. man, that
above tha orainary iu
-I a A VsaataaatlnaF
atrong poim. .-----
Tha lnauairiai - ' -.
was alao good for ao ahort noUc. and
conaldering the dusj -
. ,k. Kami in the paraa.
LVnished music to enliven the occa-
aion and to Dnng juy - ..tantlve
Miss Sweot-Slxteen and her attentive
w,n.- .' - nr tha antrlea In
U Following is a - .
he horae ahow, with th. namea of the
P D?.n horWllllsm Krueger. Ore
gon CUy : W. D. ClaedU Balem Fred
MVralL Mullno: B- F. Mitchell.
George Boyer. Oregon City.
Draft marea-6 entries from W. W.
Irwin. Aurora, Oregon. Q
ri-aft colta,, under wo yeara S.
BaUeV Oregon CJty. Route 3, 1 an
SS?VA. Marrs. OraKon C.ty Route
1- H Habler. Oregon City, R- F. ix.
ohnWallac Oregon City. .Rout.
2SSS5 Route V; 8amu.l Klm.r.
Mullno, Rout. 1. .
cT M Oerbfr. Oregon
SSTl antlU W. W. Irwin. Aurora:
A J Marrs. Oregon City. Rout. 1; C.
r: Qlnn76rigon City; 8. P. Loader-
panylMolalla, Oregon ; Oeorge Speight.
Cltv W. M. Roblnaon, Oregon City,
M 1 Oldham. Oregon CltTRout. J
Standard Bred Btalllona-O. W. Big
ham. Oregon City: B. F. Mitchell, Or
KiaK M . Bobbin, and wn Oregon
City- William Bros., Oregon City,
Seo Speight. Hubbard; L. B. Undsley,
sT.n'dard Bred Mare-M. Robblna
and aon. Oregon cuy; L"a '
Oregon : Geo. Speight Hubbard
Standard Bred Colts F. A. Ml lea.
Oregon City; Willlama Broa.. Oregon
City 't -
. Driving Team VY. M. Robinson,
Oregon City. -
Single Driver Ernest Mass Oregon
City: .Arthur Funk, Oregoo City; W.
J. Wilson. Oregon City: W. M. Price,
Oregon City: C. K. Qulnn. Oregon
City; Geo. Randall. Oregon City; W.
Continued 0n pag. two.
A Silver Anni versary
The year 1910 marked thesixty-lKirdanni-versary
of the introduction of the most
widely-known brand of silver plate-
' Firs! proJucrJ by (he
BrolKert in 1847, it has
. of qualily (or all brand's
It is the heaviest grade
"Stiver Tlate that Wtars."
We carry a good line oi Ihc
various popular styles.
Bttrmetster &. Andresen.
Tac Orel a Ofy Jewelers .
Sasaeastea lrMe Car.
Good cooSaStcnt adver
tising in TEe Morning
Enterprise pays . It has
proven so with us.
v Am A. Price, Klgr.
GRAND ELKS' BALL
ON FRIDAY NIGHT
BUSCH HALL PRESENTS A PRET
TY i SIGHT WITH ITS JOLLY
CROWD OF DANCERS.
COMMITTEE GREATLY COMPUMENTED
. . ? i
Everything Paaaea Off Pleaaantly and
Thoaa Who Participate Have a
... Moat Enjoyable Evening
Never before waa Buach'a beautiful
hall mor. attractive than on Friday
night, the occasion being th. aecond
annual ball given by the Benevolent
.nf TM,Ha nrnr or Elks. Oregon
City Lodg. No. 1189. Over 200 people
danced until 18 o'clock to tha latest
music furnished by Parsons' orchestra
of aeven plecea. The gowna worn by
th. ladlea. and the artistic decoratlona
of the hall presented a most attractive
American flaga formed ln groupa
wer. used among the decoratlona of
the halla. and festoons of purple and.
white, the colora of th. order, wer.
draped from each end of th. hall and
caught In th. center by clusters of
electric lights of corresponding ahadea.
The balcony, wher. the orchestra waa
atatloned waa very artistically decorat
ed In the center overlooking th. hall
waa a larg. Elk'a head, th. horns of
which wer. adorned with purple and
white light,, and th. railing of th.
balcony was festooned with purple
and white. A profusion of Oregon
grape completed th. artistic designs.
During the .venlng Ice cream ana
cake were aerved in th. banquet hall.
the tablea being decorated to correa
nw,A aiih thnaa of the hall, and the
punch bowl, which waa found on the
main floor iclved ua snare oi pat
ronage of th. merry dancers.
Th. committee, which deserve the
$50.00 Given Away
Thla ad la worth 150 In cash to tha tlrat alx P"?"""? tioi t.
mo'nt Aoreag. Tracta No. a-t acraa; all In eultlvat Ian. cloa. v
choel; macadam read, and .n Clackamaa Southern JjJ
now building. Prtqa now only S87S per traet; MOO ...h. b.la-c. W
par month. Thla pric. will aoon double. Com. today and cioa. in.
W. F. SCHOOLEY & CO.
. ... . - , a, ft . I aa - nM.ni
9- ' TV a J. a klViaiWwa. -
. .. a.
o Phone: Pacitio M-w. n , i
art the gtandard
of silver plate
ot tnple plate.
credit for the auccesa of the affair, la
composed of the following: unerai
committee, Henry OTOalley, John Ad
ama and William B. Howell; floor
committee. Dr. Clyde Mount, Harry..
Draper, Thomas p. Ranaau, jonn a.
Clark, Harry S. Moody, .William R.
Logus, William Mulvey. A. A. Price;-
reception. Dr. M. U- HincKiana, wn-
Uam Sheahan. B. T. MCBain, mni
Busch, Linn E. Jones, John Rlsley, W.
H. Howell, J. E. Hedges, E. C. Baker,
Theodore Osmond; ticket aeuer, b. i.
Fields; ticket collector, C. w. Kvana.
PUGILIST JOHNSON OUT.'
SAN FRANCISCO. April IX (8pe
clal.) Juat at midnight Pugilist John
son waa set free, having aerved X5
daya In jail. He waa glad to gat out
and did not low any tlm. In doing aa
DYMAMITE OIL WELL
AT CREVH ROCKS
MORE AND MORE SIGNS SHOW UP
SIMILAR TO CALIFORNIA
'STONE. Or., April 22 (Speclal.)
.t . auroaaafnl ahOOtlng OI
1 uerv -" . . .
the oil well here Friday, late, and In
consequence mere are " ,,
signs in ana arouuu m
charge of hlgh-pressur. f'P101'
were lowerd-4nto the crevtc. In th.
rock in which th. anil had been work
ing for a couple of days, and a"1
There waa much commotion in the
well and a larg. amount "
loosened up. Sine, that tlm. th. drUl
er have been busy cleaning thla o.t
of the well In preparation to a furtnar
The drillers think much good waa
don. by th. dynamite. Mor. and var
ied signs of oil wer. alnc. ahown and
the drlllera declare that th. loca
tions ar. mor. and mora alnlar to
the condltlona In th. California o
field. Th. men at work In thla well
are familiar with th. auccearul work
In th. California fl.ld.
ma . ai2 Main SL.' Oraaonr City. A
'I atarted under unfavorable condl-1
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