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MORNINQ ENTERPRISE, THURSDAY, APRIL 27.
OREGON CUT, OREGON
C C ROtWE. Edltar and Publlanar.
"Bntaeaw aa am a -etas matter Jaa
nary . If 11. at tn port tfln at Orroa
lily, Orwfna. Mw lb Act of Marc
TEMS W SCUCtlPTWIli
. Om Taar. by maO .. MM
l Montha. by mall IM
roar Mnslna, by mall I N
Pr week, by carrier..... J
"wwt Pa. per inra rtrat lnartlna....1Sa
First Pain. per Inch 44a hjaerttow. .lag
Prafarrrd position any pan par Inrh
final fenawrtlon It
Pirm4 poattlaa aay pa pac-taca
a44e Insertion 1
Ran paper other thaa first pa, par bacb
rtmt taamtua lie
Haa pa por axher thaa drat pa-, prr bach
added ktaarUona.u c
-' Leeal 1 par Ma: ta racular edVao
ttaara te Uaa.
Waate. For Rata. To Rant, etc . one
mt a word first tn.tla; oee-hatf erat
Rata for adrerttatag la tba Warhly
Enterprifc will be the hum aa hi th
dally, for sdvertleemeata art especially
for th weekly Where the adTertlaement ,
la tranaf erred from the dally to th week,
ly. without chance, th rat will be le i
aa hara for oa of the paper, and le aa I
herb for (pedal aoalMosv. i
Cash ahowle) arcompanr order where
party la amlmowa la business office) of
Ureal advertising at legal advrtlatna
Ctrcus advertising and ipeelal transient
advarttalag at JS to tOc an Inch, accord
hie; to apodal conditions governing th
Tha 0a i ;
ered from tho Sou t barn Paclflo mora
lhaa 2.100.000 acre of land because
tka road had failed to aril actaal i
tier, th department of th Interior
will sooa atari aim liar salts to recover
land worth tl00.0OO.0O9 la Washing
ton. Nevada aad Wyoming from th
I a 109. racine.
It la charred that th Union Pacific.
Ilk th Southern Pacific, violated th
terms of th federal grant by refuting
to sell to actual art Urn at $2.50 per
acre Th Northern Pacific also will
b sued on th same ground to re
cover thousand of acre In Washing
One serious obstacle In th govern
raent'a success aa against the I'nlon
Pacific la that after receiving th
grant that company changed It a cor
porat Cities ' from the I'nlon Pariflc
Railroad company to the I'nlon Pad
lie "Railway" company. This different
In a word, it la aaid. may bar th gov
ernment' effort to recover th I'nlon
KITE TESTS PLEASING.
"Fire Sale" and Bankrupt Bale" ad
tlaamewta S&c Inch first Insertion: addi
tional Inarrtloas sam matter Je Inch.
Nwa Items and well wrlt'ea article
of merIC with Interest tn local read era.
win he gladly accepted. Rejected manu
scripts never returned unless accompan
ied by alamo to prepay poaiac.
WASHINGTON, April 56. (Special!
Test with kite as representative
of aeroplane attacking the -battleship
MiMtlasippl showed that the marine
could shoot an ordinary . construction
to piece befor It could get near
enough to do damage. The teata made
were quit exhaustive and complete.'
Soldiers Are Learnintf Much
i While They Are Playintf at War
-aar-awaa-a ---- v
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
ROW IN WOLF SALOON
AT SANDY ON MONDAY
TWELVE MEN IMPLICATED IN
THE FIGHT JUSTICE SHEL
LEY STOPS THE FIGHT.
LITERATURE AND HOGS.
Th rat of hauling hog and sample
hnn rrnm rhlearn tn Xhll.rfol.,l,l. I. A row VH Started in th Wolf M
'. i i n j loon at Sandy on Monday, which came
,-.v r-. . .e . " 1 n-ar prov1w serious, and for some
title, on bog deep, and the hoga i time there a great excitement In the
have to be fed and watered on the ! little town, and as a result there will
way. the alck one doctored and the ! warrant out for th arreat of II
j j ,. ; , . . i men Implicated in th fight. On man
"- i w aa knocked down, and two of the
weighed In bulk. The distance la a men proceeded to kirk him and Jump
little over 800 mileal : on him. while anotheunan waa struck
Tha rate nubllshJrs mt fr strand- i " knocked backwards. - hi bead
.1... ,!i . ' . . 'striking and breaking a window pane,
. . i A th men were In the midst of the
papert and serial booltai, 10 per t flKht Justice Shelley appeared on the
ton (average postal haul being a little I scene, and with the assistance of men
over 800 miles), and the mail bags do ! . deputised succeeded In getting
I mem caimeo down, a anire,waa tan
en from on of the men.
It waa early in the day when a
not have to b fed or watered, none
get sick or die on th way. and may be
"piled two or three deep.
It la proopaed by the Loud Bin to In-
bunch of ' men ' from Aims" sawmill
started for Sandy stating they would
. crease th. rat of the latter clasa to!flean opJSandfJ Mohl left the
... . Mown, and would probably have done
so had th officer hot interfered. For
MO per ton. over fourteen times
much as hoga, and aample hogs, pay,
each Individual piece and fraction of
a piece tq. be stamped, and nothing at
all la aald in th bill about Increasing
the rat on hogs, or sample hog, nor
of requiring each boa;, or fraction of a
hog or aample hog, to be stamped, and
, there la no difference In the rate be
tween hoga and aample bogs.
Why this partiality for hogs? Why
this discrimination against Literature?
. la It fair, la it right? Upon what glor
Ios principle; of honor and patriotism
can ft be Justified? None whatever
it is alt wrong. The next step will be
to giv bogs fre paases to go and
come anywhere aad everywhere, while
books and newspapers will not be al
lowed to travel at all. This Is class ,
regialafJoa, pore and simple, and there
for l&lmicable to the Declaration of ;
Independence, and antagonistic to the
Coostitntion of the I'nited State. It
Seriowsly, gBtlenen. let It not be '.
aid of that we enter the 2'nb cen- i
wry aa a peopl who sbow. favors to
swiae, whatever the bred. but thst !
w lot Urerarare better than Hor 1
some time there have been fights at
Sandy, and there haa been no Inter
ference, Jtiut It la the Intention now of
the law abiding citizens of Sandy to
put a stop to this, and to atop the
awearinc and vulear talklnc- of men
! while women are passing along the
j It 1 hoped by the people'of Sandy
; that th town will soon be Incorporate
; ed so that the rough element who
'cornea to that place for disturbance
i will soon come to Justice.
ait - ' :iL v - k
s " 1 1
Drocram la being prepared.
lirvv girl' band will play.
Th Mllwaukl Oram will glr n
fnlertalnment rtlday vnlng, May 5.
Rrfrrshmrnt will b arvd and
na(s will be given and anawerd at
th table by different member.
Mothers and Teacher Club held a
meeting Thursday afternoon with a
iod attendance. Th Intermediate
i grade gav I h program, w hich was
I rn)vrd by all.
: Th eUhth grade will tak lh 8tat
(examination May 4 and t; Mlsa Anna
i Young la the teacher.
I C. II Koaentretrr. of Oae,
I brought before Jud Kelao Tuesday
I for Illegal tUhlng In th Wlliamwi
I RUer. A Jury trial aa held. The
defendant waa represented iy tleo. i.
Ilrownell, of tlreuon City, and I he
titaie Kv i h aaalatant sttornrv aelieral
t,ii,l the nnu wanlnn Thn evidence
bring iiiifftclent th Jury found him
not guilty. Following we.rw the Jurora:
8. Iiorland, O. WUslnger, B.T. Klmer,
Kd lllteker. T. II. Harlow.
Kvangejlcal church- Hev. K. Hade
baucb iastor. Hundav school 10:30 a.
m : preaching at 11:30 a in.
A. Y-- I. at 7 p m- Servlcea at 8
p. m. br the pasior.
Prayer njeeilng Wertneadav even
Teacher training Thursday even
Choir practice Friday evening.
You ar cordially Invited to th ser
Small Deposits Wanted
W tnoaursoa thm hacaua
Th small dpltor f Uday
Mor popl would b tank dspoaltor If h!TT.,Tn" th
htip tn building hlr rdlt and thlr i "14 "whT
Opening a cnaching aeoount hr .
growth. , tow,r .
Stan new and fallow In tha footsttoa af
do bualnosa at
The Bank of Oregon Qty
O. C. t.ATt)VKKTT Prldnl
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANlf
o wntuvxi wiy, UKEGON
transact (eral wanking ualn.
Vaoto Cepyrta-ht by Aaxrtewa 11 a aa aswi ttlaa, 1I1L
KACTICE aa well aa theory (Oew with to war gaaa a It la being
played In Texas. Th aoldler ar living on aervlc ration, tn servlc
collapaiW tsata, on food prpard under.war cunditlona and with th land
ukvhvi iiwHuw ueJ wvwiu n n nagQ in actual wanar.
Mr. It. K. Lllllw-waa a Portland la
i Itor Wednesday.
Mr. and Mr. H.Schouner wnt to
Portland Wednesday In their automo
Oak drove has ball team defeated
I the Sella ood team Hunday by a score
' of 9 to 5 Ilatterlra for Oak Crov
! were Coleman and Worthlngton. 8ev
; eral good flies were caught by our
Frank Mason and. family, Cha. Ma
'son and son spent Sunday with their
. l sister: Mr. J. II. (Iraham
j Mr. and Mr. J. II Murphy and on
'Clarence penl Sunday with Mr. Win.
I Well' and family.
! Mlaa liexy flrabam Is suffering with
blood poiaon In her foot. W ar very
sorry for th young lady aa It la not
a very pleasant thing to have, -Mrs'
It U llerren and son. Paul
York, spent Saturday liooster
Tber Pay iwlih their friend In Oregon
ar enjoyabl feature about tn xprlenc aad aum that ar not ao pleasanL
But tber ta no question that th men ar learning a great deal while 'la
camp. Much Interest haa been manifested In th aeroplane practice. The
ptctnr abor abowa an aeroplane In flight ever camp and dropping Imaginary
bo tuba to e with what precision tbey can be landed. The aeroplane ha been
tn flight every day and attract t'ttl attention fro-n th aoldler. though the
aulas st III conMnne to shy at rlrht of th hug Mrd.
regular meeting Friday evening nd DOon. The imnrovemrnt of Main .treat
nitiate nine candidates. A good aortal ! i. ...in.
time will be had. . .
. n . : me Miiwauaie baud wu glv a
Mrs. Homer Mullen waa in Oak ,!... c,... w.n
Grove on business Wednesday. , Snr,' ... r"nlH, hf. h.k:
The .City; Council met Tuesday even- cry and la ready fur buslueas in the
ng and ordered notices posted for the ol(1 stand.
Improvement of Harrison street. A A. H. rowllng was a Portland vlalt
remonstrance cam up tut waa e- f Wednesday.
toetL A special meeting wtll be held
mursaay evening to advertise for urday from Portland much Improved
bid for th Improvement of Washing In health.
' J.' If. Starkweather. U E. Ilentley,
Wm. Holt, and Virgil Clark wer In
I Oregon City on business Monday.
j Mrs. Alf Allen warm Portland visit
' or Tuesday.
: Two dogs killed four of J. II. Stark-
weathrra sheep, valued at III.
; , lr. McArthur and daughterJsalM-l-
la. sent Saturday and Sunday with
!the Doctor brother. Weley McArth
i ur. at Rldgeflrld, Wash.
Mrs. Wm. Well and son Jo spent
' Wedneaday with Mrs. Dr Wood In
; Portland. , --
M. B. church Sunday, school a) 10
a. m.; preaching at II a. m. by the
pastor. Kev. Henry Spela.
J JR. W. & R. S.Ward
W d gsne'al repairing. rkn maclilnry mid ,
work as new. Kspert with gaaolln angln.
Phon: Main ftM, Hem Kt, j.
.10 F0UP.TH STREET OREGON CITY.
spent Tuemlay with her friend, Mra.
U K Armstrong.
mswii nr ii nihf It, a
If few not choir- Z
lea CNa k I
II for retail Im. .
hey pay the outslda n
hav been consumed.
ton. Fourth and Oak atreeta. The Th boya" club will glv an enter-
steam Doner win mart Wednesday ta nmeni in rtiw ii.n vi.. c a
; new a r a a a an) ape wa
Young Idlea Club at a an. T ape-
Mrs. Ella' Maple returned home Sat ' clal music. All are Invited. The I.a!
lea' - Aid met last Thursday In the
church and accomplished a great deal
with their quilting.
fin i Mrs. Fred Koenlg, of Montavtlla.
Mrs. Gilberson. of this place, died
after a short illness and waa buried
Friday. April 21. The aerrice waa
held at the church.
Miaa Elis I" tiger, of Portland. Is
visiting with Mr. and Mra. Milo In-1
Joe Willett, who ha been working
in Oregon City, wa in Barlow on bust,
Mra. Howard Vernon, of McMlnn
ville, was in Barlow over Sunday.
Mrs. Wallace will hold a meeting In
the Nazarene church of Barlow Wed
nesday evening. April 26.
MOP.E SUITS FILED.
About twenty friends of Mr, pete
" ) Davla gave her a surprt party on her
State Government Will try birthday Thursday the aft-rrrn l.
For Land in Other StaUa. I Ing spent in music and games. Re
WASHINGTO.N. April Encour- . fr-hm-nts were served and all pres
aged by the recent derision of Judee . en- enjoyed the afternoon. Mrs. Ho
Wolvenow in Portland, Or., whereby , mer Mullen waa one of the guesta.
the raited S'.atea government recov- j Women of Woodcraft will bold their
9 Carwond A Underwood.
By WILLIAM J. BRYAN
HERE IS TODAY TOO MUCH DEVOTION or apart- -rri
CRIME AND DOMESTIC INFELICITY IN OUR MODERN
NEWSPAPERS. THE PUBLISHERS WILL TELL YOU THAT
THIS IS DONE BECAUSE THE "PEOPLE WANT AND DE
MAND IT, BUT A MAN OF HIGH IDEALS WILL NOT SELL THAT
WHICH WILL INJURE THE PEOPLE JUST BECAUSE SUCH A PRAC
TICE WILL INCREASE HIS SALES.
I lure been asked to express an opinion on the subject of the
troop- that hare been sent to the MEXICAN BORDER. I know
of no principle that offer to journals more latitude than is allowed
to individuals. When the president, who ordered thia military maneu
ver, am-ed at this conclusion HE. KNEW WnAT HE WAS DO
ING. When the facts are known, then he must take the' CONSE
QUENCES, and I cannot see why editors should put GUESSES
tinder big headlines to EXCITE the minds of the people.
Tet journalism furniaheg a larger field for the young man today
than any other I know of. The man who can stand at tho WATCH
TOWER and scan the horizon for signs of DANGER and truthfully
tell the people what he sees does a GREATER SERVICE to hia
country tnd to his fellow men than the members of any other profes
John 11 and Kdwarda l.und lo C.
II. and tieiMa liergman, south half of
southwest qusrter, section I, town
ship I south, rang 1 east; 1 2100.
William K Welch to Elnora A. Hen
-ley, lot . MiH-k 3. Iieer I'arkrl&O.
I- K. and A K. Hoffman to Joel
Jarl. eight. fool Ntrlr auction 10. town
ship 2 south, range 4 east. 40 rod
J. W and -Morning I, Moaler lo At
bin sjid'Alarta Hagntan, 20 acre, sec
tion I;, townnhlp i south, rang 1
east; II Sou
Flora and K. de Neul to Jemlna
Tthey. mi acre, section 19, township
J south, rang j east; i.
Jemima Alhey to Flora and It. d
Neul. HO acres, section 29. tow
utp. range I eaat. xasrv
-eae, ii. i ae niniUU m k
I'nited States to Carson C. Martcle.' Shorts ;4 (0 M, y.
northvast quarter of southat quar- ,so-' prores barley J1, V4 an
ler, seeiHtw an. toa nsnip f Miuln.
rang 3 eaxt. US acres: patent.
Wllllaai ll. Ijimlt lo John and Chloo
A. 7.erk. 21 IS acre, township 3 sruth
range l rssl; f 10.
O. A. and Masile Cobb to Nel L,
Allen, lot , Canhy Cardena: S0.
Charle K.e4laker to Old Monleiu
ma I'alnt Co., south half of southeast
quarter, section 3. township 4 south,
range j east, in acres, contrart; orKi.
Oregon Realty. Co.lo JXllkka.
lot 4 and &. southea.t quarter of
northwest quarter, southwest quarter
uf northeast quarter, section 8. town-
J!hJn 7 south, range 4 eaat, aoulheast j
quarter of aouthwrst quarter, south
west quarter of southeast quarter,
east half of southeast quarter, section
32. township 6 -south, range 4 eaat:
tne outsld ark ftL.IT
J. to' e.i nJtStZ
last rpirt; ontims ar ttokfH
In price but othsr nttimHl
about th asm. OnlQaiiuTh-T
to 1 21 aark. rabbaa
vegetablea ar ,m,B.
radtahea Sc. onloot it; Clito7!
laca 10c head. asparslaf m u
Mestran tomatii iq. m,,.j
; rLom and rteo-uui. aw
In flour; srllltir do ta tl mTTi
inthlp 1 1 bringing about lino, bobm m hta
Ing Ilfeta0. n feed th UadeMt J
, waid. flraa tumnub tn T
The Kind That
Our New Steel Die Embossing
Machine IS THE THING
In the front rank of, the
U Ji. and Ada It. Hlcki
Realty Co.. sam a above; 110.
Stephen tJreen lo Julia Oreen. I
acre, section . township J south,
range 2 east; II. r
Oregon City Markata.
There la an uncertainty In th mar
ket today. Thoao who object to tha
changing of tha tariff hjr the Demo
crat a blame the uncertainty on the
prospect of. a change and aay that
the change In price are along th
line of thing that are likely to bo
changed In the schedule. In thee
ease a falling off la In prospect.
Where there are nearly ethausted
alalia the tendency la upward j
r. crarked cora 136.
WHEAT-Th local awt at
wheat I a trifle better t4 feato
advancing a littl from kut raot
In fact price ar on Ik tfiak at
with little tint ward """nitaa
hose who hate It artkoM)a(a)n
new prices are mail in gj,
hands who. wonr' let go. Ditto
2c. club dCc to Hc.
HAY There I a better amsaai
lit ha-at4 prh-ee ar a Itttl Ww.
I'lenty of hay rirept alfalfa, wkka h
getting srsreer and higher. Tatttf
l to 111. clover 110 ta 111,, kv
112. mixed 12 to H, alfalfa aws;
OATS -lieaier hurlng lor ii!pw
to m4 t the di-mand la UwdtM. H
Ing-gray iJ, hit f:SMb)Xii
that tha market I wetk u4 iav
lo Mutual ; factory
IIKTTEII rrtce fry vl 0
10c and 11c fair for ordinary eoaarj,
fancy dairy will bring lb ia He
creamery commsnd lit mt tk.
There I plenty la th eoostrj aw is!
tba demand I well MppUat
EOtJ.H The price hai M mn
another peg with 17c thsheanai
I being paid unless one hu I plW
put the product. Shipping nx "r
brisk but no trouble to tnpplt
POIXTRY Not so troniW
weeks ago; little stock etaral asl
that of not the hest-brai esaaa!
ISe and lc, old roosters Ifc,
22o to 2Ie. duck 17c to 1st
ferlngs of larger fowls.
HIDES tJreen (c possd, iai.
dry hides 12o o 14c. sbar1,,
to 7Sc each.
Where tha new product of tho
son are soon to show np tha prlco I
downward again. There la no general
proposition that la Influencing mar
ket unlesa one counts the tariff tink
ering aa In lhat clas.
APPLES Local slock la command
Ing from 11o 12 bushel, with er
few In tha rountr nr an kln ml L.j. ik inuniMnl advUOM
fewer yet that will get tha higher the prlcea offered. QnotatloM a?
price. Hood River st ick la bringing J to J2c. and price golni at v
sz.bii tor gooa and n little mora for time.
POTATOES Prlcea for tubera ar
still climbing and have gone over 11.60
and $1.75, with aome fancy Block
bringing 12.25. Extra fancy will bring
almost anything one can akjn small
Iota. One dealer aaya ha will nav II
for fwholecarnoad. and If th car
WDOL Away dowa . w
14c; aome aay in rmpathf win W
that Congre will Umper ttJ
tariff on It; little demsnd osaj"
aa no on seem to want
hand : Eastern and Central We
reported at s to lie. v
MOHAIR Trade hnsi
. .i.. u..u.i.nl ailrueal a
DRIED FRl'ITS TheM an
still ri". "n" ,, w TZui
hold, now quoted at 12c
o to Ue tor pninea and law
to aell at that. M
SALT-Salllng 60o to fit
BO lb. sock, half ronn V w w
100 lb. aacka.
v t m ty
I A ft I ear A t k WM
IV, It LirM"M
raaiajrraS Jp M i.lSi?. J t! ' f ' n-all aioeja. laaw " """"
VANTED-A RIDER AGEIIT
iMf AuwAuiiT.T. r. T mm .TT. .
iarrv.I inn aimrn lonot ma immi ",,?vrr mkM
I4cjrri luraiiahiMl hw urn. Oiip UfiiUlivW
r afaiu av. it ..i i .-J ...-i as aaBMt. m .
no pmjtfmiMlTMrij rt,?-X-
blori l. W ship to anyone anywhera In the P H ""tlVT-yS
"lvsnea.rs.FAe),.. and allow TIN DAYS MMJl;2
whlrh Urn rini may rid the llerel snd put Itlosnf Jf m
If you ar then n pwrfectlr sstlaAed or do ,u
FACTC2T PCiSEl tornlth hlVhr.t rra &Tm
Brtnal faetory enat. You aar 110 to J mMdlamen P.fJ -
Itlcrrla. ad Bar inv . . nf urea fmffl ee.V
ewa nntl row rarwlr one eaiakanie and learn our nnBeinlw"-'
&Zlmai.9TmiJi"Jfl 'f't.X'L rider araata.
aa ss s aafaaaiaiafail iaoaalaa4larar'aerrta'eJ1. a J
2 Hedeefhcrn Pcilcre-Proof I
Sclf-healingTirej fJJZTr CO
DiiQZlPTink: i, n ,r.., t.
Rmu i.n. '.""." uTer
Wa V.".rlT.Wi hy the air to
sUtr,,Vth.r;K"rrr," r'" T """-l euauanars
Or twtra In a ih,,l. .""IL ""'."mpeni uo one
. i. . . . 'ii. i uee weian na vtwina than
on the tread.
a. er-:.--..""'.T-"r"' y
ima lifnainTiZiaai i reaisung q... lilies helng
If I Nrtlet-eMs,lJT ;
I' J RA'.aw"r',is''
f aad IV' ls H Slnt ,
?Akl". -'- 'soUaTTprlca to tba rV,U?7 ."2 Mner nalr.
aWl-wir PawnawJ Vawl TJI'aa aai.l. -l S. " " " " ar - . -
Aara eaamlned iailin nVtCS W'J&t?l J?55?Kl lOU 00
W riV 9 trrwawj
mil Ilk mil II
. . JIN
not par s emu. -
aaraniaawaai. Yo. i
xrtert aa aaanrtsati ..'ail Thai
Wa Z uZ?T-?Z iirlT'Mr Mx ixe Ma asT I" re rS''ww
rw)mm6LZZTllZLr wrw fa " ' -
M if aw i rii-.iziL . . . . . - a wa -
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