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MORNING ENTERPRISE, SATURDAY. MAY J, 1911.
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K. K. BROOtE. EbVbs and
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ram Mm. ' r"a-a'ar" "aVrar-
aftae tar UmlWM tm Weakly J
totarsra w ee te aaaae w tSa
aiT- far Miifiinainu art layinlaaj
tar tfca apeeelr Wwaa-e tM ajrartawaaaat
IBgTOa 1M IdftkOL R MOMfS W
coal o a Mlw that w hav tear
startta froa Portland rasa through
Tncoesa mm As bar, uU Seattkt
aa Western WaOlitM 4l)iK
a east t gawkae aad Umik
loan taxing Idaan aelecaloa.
b rvoiar aaoaihly, kurtirn mm-
lag of th xecwtlve boar of (be Ore-
P" Cnrtatlaa Endeavor 1'aioa will be
M oa Moaday. May . 1911. at :M
p. av. la tW saaall tBlag rooea of th
T. W. C. A, Al which tiara th aea
her wUI take luacheoa together. Af
ire which la regular baaiac aeeet
la l be betd. Each MBbw of lb
executive board U anted la b
"t a Important baeiaes U to
OREGON STATE C. E. XTXIOX,
O. Evert Baker, Pre.
COUNTRY JUSTICE DISCUSSES
MODERN METHODS IN AN
speehla' ruee aad ha aaid he thought
It imM be a damalte better Oraaoft
Idea lo ralaa half aa much political
ball aad twtc aa aiarh potatoes Bd
ucwnaj aa raooag.
I'm kind of old-faaktoaed A arni
ca saa aad ft whole M of a baltavrr
la ft tab aua4ia oa lu oa bottofti.
I bvlrara tbat boy or rtrl abo la
tancbt to ba artf-ralUat aa4 to taka
aad civ kar4 kaocka makra ft batiar
"a or aroMS tbaa ooo ba la par
; pataaltr aolly-co4dlad. Aa 1 ballar
i tbat vbat la goo or bad for tba ladi-
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Tiaft MlkTII om umu! " - oaa a iwif
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Ffl.1 fll CITY
rraai taa daily a tha war
aL tka rata a aa fta
af Ma aaaar. aad lac aa
Caaft aftaald accaaaaaoy ardrr wharr
tarty la aakaawa la hartri afflea af
I ata) aaVrtWtm at
Clma adTmata aad r irtal traaatiai
at jar la Ht aa adk aecard
aa aa ajinu caaamian rrmwM taa
TVa aad Baakniy air adrar-
jaaaaoejte firat kimtxa; a4
Km Raaaa aad
9 wrtt'aa amnlia
anta aitrraat to local r ra
aa alaftty aeeryo Hrad aui-
CITY OfTtCIAL NEWoPAPCR.
JBay 6 h feierican History.
TTOS-fraarte Xarlrr or Ijr!lr Mont
avaraorL Brat Bonui iaibotic biab
of Oaaada. dlrd: bora ld
0OS F. Brrf Banc m-tiS asibor.
oled: bura lr9 Kr r Adailral
WUOaai T. Rampage ' S V . rr
Urral dWsl Ikm-k
(la on n ? dir To txia WitwfT9.i
ftaa arta fi-'.T. r?'' T: nun aa
2:3a a bl: 3 r a. fr4 ylprrorr a
. aVociadtag andn. rroaaiax frum aon b
a aaoU af acs'i patb: 11 JO p. ok.
aaatcra ttor. Japftrf aatelHtea No.
1 aod 2 asawtac tba Unar Win ta
Parlor 1 ,Coa Loafoo Verooti ' i,
PortUad : Satraajrato i. OakUad J :
Loe Aacrlra S. Saa rraaclaco X.
Nortkaratrra Laaia PortUod
VaacoaTer 1; lctorla S. Prattl 1;
Spokaaa (, Tacoaoa V
Aajcrtca ljrrttr Chicajco t, C1to
Und 1: Philadelphia 9. WaaklKtoaj ;
Bran on 1. Nrw Tork aTUetrolt aad
St. Louis aot srbrdaioa.
National Loacor Brooklyn S. PbU
adelphia : Boaloa (, Xra- Tork $;
St.v Loot 2. Pittabors 1 : Ctftcinaatl I
It, Cnicaro t I
Wrrur ftajr If Talks (tact Craofcad
Politiciaaa) to MaM LaV Ha
cium Tajr Ara Taa Laxy
to Saa Good Mao.
Itloa of balf tk popolatloa arena to
(ba thinking ap aw laa to tkf rare
Portland . . , . .
?rameBto . .
Los Anarle ..
Taromk . .
N ort h Mfc stc m.
CUACKAVf CORNERS. AMil SC
(To the Editor). Aa Dear aa I ran
sake out, tba Oregon. Idea, as prose a
d and prartlood by tba pur patriots
oo patented it. la that the people
nareoi got nmptioa eoonck to elect
ue rtxht men to mako rtxkt lava.
tbey matt make tha lawa tbenuolTea.
having plenty of gumption to do that
Tnat a B bat-Abner Heppoor aaya, ftad
be aaya ha known becausa ITRea told
him au. Meboa ao. aaeboa ao. But It
strikes n that If I bad a near barn to
build wouldn't ba anowta' much Judc
menrtd rlrttfte the Job nayaelf because
I B-aa afraid I badat boas sense
enough to hire a good carpenter.
Seems to me that pickln' out' a good
lawyer or good doctor, or a good
blacksmith, or good hired man, when
you've got n job In ooe of them hne
to do. and the money to nay for It.
v.472takea ft heap lean general education,
irt I ao to apeak, than it woo Id to do the
I Ink nuiult
I My eiprrienre la life haa made me
' beltee that there are heap mora
pc Iguod cltlvna than bad onea ays here
, t, (.yo r There a alick fellows in town
-f ; that sell brass bricks to greedy foola
Ml j w bo think aomenody is going to glva
.571 to" gold for half tba price tae jewel
j., ley around the cornerxwUJ pay; and
mrres lanners inai am t aDove put-
of tba other baif. Even the length of
j the sheets oa n bod. the dHnkla' rnpa
1ft public placoa, and the number of
J moestera that may be kept In tba
- chicken-yard without offending tba
aeoalbllttle of tka Lady Secretaryeaa
' nM l. - - - - m . i. . v. . . m
w ivr ue r'f1 w
Improper Practlroa among Poultry,
are ail subjects of new lawn;
I'nruly children nuit not ba apaak-
l(h anything harder than a roll1
of rot too batting. Nude works of
art must bo pat la overalls. The) poo
pie'a babita, amuaemrnta. health,
hnura of work, drinking aad about all
their Individual coaceriia must ba re
gulated by a lot of lawa. About the
i. part of tha Lords Prayer thee-
folka aeem to know Is "Load as not
into temptation.' aad that's tha only
part of that prajer that makes ft real
man feci kind of anoakin' wnea he re-
Pu It. : , ' , i
But Abner Heppaer sava na knows
rhat makla' lawa Is a ciiiiea's first
duty, and he's going to circulate a pa
t it too for n bog law that will make
Bill Sykea cloaa np his pea ones la
POTATOES ARC ON THE RISE AND
AT THE SAME TIME BOTTOM
. DROPS OUT.
CAT CHOI ID KOCS GO MB
A Geod Vaar la Eapactad by All Deal
er and Meat Hava Much
Boaineas Already In
SJoht ' - " '
Tba condition of tha markets In
Oregoa rtty la drpendeut vera largely
oa the Portland Prices. If Portland
prices drop there la a rorreepoodlng
drop in Oregon City- Tha spud mar
ket thla season la a corker and no
mlatake. One Oregon City dealer Is
offering I2.&4. another geta all he
wants for IU7S and f 1 IS.
Tba reason doubtless Is found In tha
fact that the Portland markets are
flooded with Eastern spuds shipped
la carload Iota
The outlook la Oregoa City for
live season is good. Tba farmers will
thla year do a groat deal of bualaoas
for themaelvea through their union.
With only tea percent of tha member
heard from, the I'nloa has enough
There'50ne Torm jrfjnvestm
wyMak U abaolutaly Mfa far v.r.to. ' 11 vHt
If ndvar slumps In vftlira.
ll Integrity la amq.eetlsnad.
Tha raturn l Mrtala, -Principal
It has na slement af apaawlatlait
It is a SATtngS aisMOimt to
The Bant of Oreeon Citv
Tb Olddit Bssk Is Tb Cottntw f
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THE FIRST NATIONAL BAT
of OREGON CITY , OREGON ...
" "J APITAL, SfASSO-tn)
T'aweaass a 0ral wanhlnf Buelneen Oaen frc. a a
a while. If bo has to hire a man to! " P '
SURPRISE MRS MELDRUM.
ARE TMEY SINCERE.
TV hfolaJU Railroad wfa be built.
Wfteiaer the people of the country to
be opened by the new road are willing
toe roa iu co tirough. It is to be
hoped that those bo have waited ao
many years to have what is being of
ferod to them now are willing to help.
The directors of Lhr road are wilUng
10 P men in the field and finish the
road to If uHno or Xolalla aa the case
y oe, tnia aumaser. providod the
People pot np tha nmgj.
If th owners of the farm and tim
ber lands of the country tributary to
Holaila are in earnest about wanting
a railroad they will have a chanc to
show their sincerity today The, di
rectors will not prevent any from tak
ing stock, rather they are wj!Hn to
tale all the money in sight. They
put it into the road too, though some
may think otherwise.
What la Portland coming too. On
th eve of the primaries the reform
eiemeat seems to be in power. Mayor
Simon's ring most be broken. Or is
It only a bluff? T won't take long to
"' tin' all the Utile potatoes in the bot
zvt ' torn of the sack a eellin: a blind bos
"' for the price of a good ooe to some
Innocent who doot know enough to
Ua hia hat la front of n new boas a
eyes: but moat men ta town are readjX
io give a rusiomer one nunarea rents
worth of boneat goods for a dollar,
and 'moat farmers deal pretty much on
l be square. If folks elect crooked
oliticiana to make- lass, it a just,
because they are too lary and care
less to take the trouble to pick out
a stump anyday.
0d Friends Spend Afternoon In Rem
Mrs. Henry hfeldrnm was tendered
ft snrprtee at her boas oa Seventh
and High streets oa Thursday after
noon, when a few of her old school
mates called to assist in observing
her birthday anniversary. The hostess
was completely surprised, especially-nooeat and good men; and it they are
when she was presented with a box. j too lary aad careless to do that, how
vhich ah was Informed contained are they goingto be busy and care
candy, bat upon opening name It was , ful enough to make the wise laws for
found to contain a handsome eut-clasa themselves?
to t t Trr ihr iifft lnnAM. , uma piu- i, uraru tof paraon say tna question Of time II
aww. Uffl IDA BUrTWllP. , I VLaft fa Tr APIiranaj ear m m rlsam Aaia aiawf warm a kaL laa U kl. s;o
i a w. aowaa w waav .sm. -a as M ill Ul Uir 1 1 Uirp,
pleasantly spent in talking of old and I n pretty certain tbey ain't be
achool days, as all were members of , 1ng worked no great extent Just at
the same class as Mrs. lleldrum la , present. But Abner Heppner says
me oia uregon city public school there aln t nothing impoasible with
boiMitig, wtnch was replaced many iuA and W. 8. I' Ren. He Bays t"Ru
.r aco oy me tirciay building. A i sold a half a law practice that wasii't
luocneon waa served during the after-, workin' to a Philadelphia man for
noon. airs, lleldrum Is the daughter , a yeark and Abner aay that If
Jt to of Oregon's early pioneers. Mr. ma kin PhiUdelDhia lawver out of
ou sirs. LarorecT. ice utter of whom j a soap-man in the twlaklln' of an eve
is still residing at the old borne on . ain't a miracle, then he ain't no Judge
i. uuwMuu utri, auu sne as 00111,01 miracles,
and raised in this city, where she t
gre" up with the ladies at Thursday s
function, who were Mrs C C. Bab
cock. Mrs. Charles Burns. Mrs. G W.
Church. Mrs. E. C Caufield, Mrs.
Henry Cooke. Mrs. Harley Stevens,
of Portland, daughter of Mrs. Mel
drum, was also in attendance.
heip Mrs. H appear make the crops
thla year aad next;
I'm not aa-ainat aovrrnmenl la rea-
aonable amounts, and 1 beiiev every
man at to live In a free country ought
to take hia fair aha re of interest
helnln- ta a ft rirki Urn I
- . m . i
lleve that tba anaii ahn attanrfa m t.la '
wa bualnaaa first and looks after his"
neighbor's next Is liable to vote with
more sense than a fellow who holds
down a cracker-barrel all day and laya
out plana for tha runntn' of th uni
verse, while his children go to school
with their toes stk-kln' out of their
shoe at one end of their little bod lea
and their hair comin' out of t he holes
In their hats at the other end.
. a a
all summer and fall
Th demand . for feed and grata
keeps these commodities firm and hay
Quotations for Orfn City.
at la . ti ll; common I2i Buying, carload,
I ba- select. $110; ordinary, 1.X.
J FLOt'R ANtV JTEED-Ptour Is
steady; selling from S3 la IV&O; very
little of cheaper grade. Teed Is
higher snd rising slowly. Bran brings
front 111 to to 2 ad, shone 121, roll
ed barley 3I to 132. process barley
33. whole corn 131 to 1 32. cracked
com 12 to $33. Wheat $32.
HAT Hay Is going up. All grades
ar from $ to $1 SO higher than when
Uat quoted. Timothy $19 to $21:
- R. W.&RS.Wfd,
Wt da aMral rapftlrlns. rha maahliiery
wark at new. EapsrU wfUi aasslln anf In.
Mala MH Hm 1$.
1W FOURTH STREET OREGON CITY.
clover tls In tic Hit wt lilui.
v- .i .. ...... . : - : . - -
im unaw ioew mai smues me 17 50; mljed. $ IS lo $1S0; alfalfa.
tu iim la norv inuiaine orninu ' u. .
pw nanuie ana less reierenqum OATS Are higher, gray aellint
at the corn grocery more chlckana. (n,m 27 lo 3n, ,hlte from $27.40 to
rr.it, inga, pmaioea, raDoages, oeana , 3o SO.
ana onions ano reaer petitions ana , HCTTER Ordinary country brings
smendments; more atumppulling and irora lie to Joe, fancy dairy from 2"e
u ik m -- v tJ to 22c. and creamery 22c to 21c.
"'kh"'! j- e "" NBuutt--A ra ranging from Isc to
rsMier nw i nn or ucaieaion ori;tN,. according to grade
Cridge save th country than to pull , pot'LTRY Firm will. Ilnl. ....I
He aaya It's only a mtttek offffered. Hens will twin lie if
the Initiative and . in ! nr.nni.. .
referendum will make the stumps tm IN rooster are poor .at tc to J0c, broil-
era bring from ;2c to 24c, with good
There are valuable positions always
opening up in any progressive con
cern. Be ready to be promoted. Pro
motions go straight to the cheery, In
Sometimes I go to Portland and
rambl around among the coram! salon
: merchants. Th Uat time I was there
1 1 found potatoes selling wholesale at
$2.So a hundred pounds, and carloads
coming in from the East. Yes. sir.
fii onions at $3.S0 a hundred pounds,
and being shipped in from benighted
. sections where they ain't never beard
of the initiative and referendum. And
a commission man told me that 60
per cent of the vegetables eaten In
, Portland were shipped In from o'her
' statea. He was a profane, care lens-
Hut the country has to be save! I demand.
ngni aaay. Ana people arouna nere WOOL Wool prices
do say tbat Abner ts a smart man. 1 from lie in lie
a. AiwasuAirk, j. r.
' MOHAIR Prices on mohair h.a
! been way np some having brought aa
M. W. A. Choose Hsad Camp Delegates I high as 3e locally. Quotations ar
I- D. Tsylor returned on Thursday j He and little demandt
eiening from Hood River, where be I HIDES 4reen bides, Sc' lb Ce; salt -
waa a delegate to th Stat Camp of i Vi ry hldee,
the Modern Woodmen of America that
convened al that place. Tber was a
large attendance and the banquet
served during the session was st
tended by over 20 members. ,
On Tbumdsy evening the visitors
to the city were taken In automobiles
through many sections of the Hood
River Valley, and were entertained In
a royal manner.
Tber were six delegates chosen to
attend the bead camp session which
convenes st Buffalo. New York on
June 8. and six alternates. Mr. Tarlor
wss chosen as so alternate.
Read th Morning enterprise.
14c. Sheep pelts. 2Sc to Tic eacitvM
DRIED 'RI'ITS-LocaL price are
firm at from tc to 10c on' apples and
prunes, peaches are 10c.
SALT Selling 6oc lo poc lor fine
w in. sack, half ground 4c; 75 for
100 lb. aacka.
Portland Vegetable Markets.
SACK YBGETARLES Carrots,
$12&fl$l.&0 per sack; parsnips, $1 15
fill 60; turnips. $l 25fl$1.60; beets.
VEGETABLES Asparsgus, frortf
$1.75 per crat.; cabbage, new, $2 per
hundredweight: cauliflower, $l.S0ff
$1.75 er dozen; celery, California, 7Sc
OrOe per doien; cucumbers, $1.6041
Oregon City Wood and Fuel CogguT
F. M. BLUHM
Yir wants aopplled with any euantlty f 4 foot f tl lai, Wtf
r llvrd t any pan f CHy. Prlcss, rasnabl.
Pae'flc Mala 2502
Phor vsf s
Cor. Slk sad CawW,
$121 per do.en; eggplant, lie per lb.;
garlic, locUIJc per pound: lettuce,
&0c per ctojrn ; hotboas lettuce, $1 10
0$2 per box; peas, ftrftlle per
Mund; peprrs. 30c fj 31c per pound,
rsdiabes, l&e er dtr: rhubarb, Sc
r3c per pound; sprouts, K; tomatoes
$2(1 $3 2S.
POTATOES k)regon. Jobbing price,
$3 SO per hundred; new potatoes, 7c
(J7t,c per pound.'
ONIONS Jobbing price ; Oregon
$2.10 per 100; Australian. 1114 per
100; Texas. $2 25 per crat; Calif or
nla, $2 per crat.
Oregon City Stock Quotation,
IKH'.H lings are quoted Ur lower. . t -koi-
Vem-IIHb. lo 110 lb. Uf, from I I... -r
lULllia. to 9MI lha Stxe I I- '
ELECTRIC H0TIU AHmVAU
Th following are tkoat ranaaw
lh Electric Hotel, j. uSTf
A. Kaken. Aaiorta: fl gn.. .7
jorla; c. A. Will, csoby; $tsiir,i
PelU. Saa I'rsnrMco; L a u,.
. a. . junaon, H. H.
v laveiana, W ; W
II. MsrUi M4 rib,
; WANTED TO 11 K N'T A ill er hnw
room houae, not on th kUL A44nw
; thla office. .
VEAL CALVES Veal calvea bring
from tc to loc. according to grade.
BEEP STEERS-Bef steers for
th local markets at fetching 5 We to
HC live weight.
SHEEP Ar firm at 4c lo 1c lire
BACON. LARp and HAM, ar firm.
There wss a meetlna of tha rharler
Committee if the Cladatone City Coun
rll laat night. The work of lh com
mittee hi altnoMt finished. They ex
pet to bold their laat meeting Tu
day flight, at which time th charter
will probably b adopted.
Slicker coat Is Oretoi On
Tueaday. Kraira for mm b
WANTEI-lllds for trkool m
lag. Hchonl iHatrlrl Na tt, in
lags and spe-iriraiions swjr W V
talned at the reaidesoj of 1 1 0
field. Concord Htattos. Bids M M
milled lo A. C. Arnold. Clerk a
School Board or C. W. Rlsler. Cat
man, Mllwsuklr. Oracus, Routtbl
W reserve the right to reject r
all bids. Bids will recelTBl sj s
Monday. Msy J. i$n.
FOR SA1-E-Eight cbotcs WUlu
lots at a bargain la Glsiitoat S
qulr at this office.
FOR C. t WORKERS
STATE PRESIDENT CALLS ATTEN
TION TO PLANS OF
LteCnite plana have been arranged
;,U1 lur rauroaot ror the trip to the
Twenty-flfh Internation Christian En
deavor Convention to be held at At-
isii,c Clt,'' X"J-' Ju'r Ctb to 12,h
Fare. tlll.'K.. These tickets can be
routed going via Salt ste Marie,
Mackinaw. Port Arthur. Billings,
Huntington and Missouri River gate
St. Louis, Chicago, Montreal,
Buffalo and Piuaburg, and if through
SL Louis through Clnrtnnati and re
tora the same or any of ti? other
routes mentioned herein. This gives
the privilege of divem route. U of
Chicago and the return via Callfor
HLwif portUnd- ou be $12? 00. If
TorV1- they can read through New
,uLWk."t couM he routed. If desired.
L-nicago or St. Louis or Mon.
throorh Aiy.thenc returning
v r?,il n'" uaMt route to
f ?" mB4 ,be Southern Pad-
fie ta PortUnd, it desired, st tisaoo
rrVttr"T W,dM4 Atlantic
Oty. 11.00; npper. $14.40. Berth rat
in Pnllman Tourist sleeper if operated
through to Atlantic City, lower, $10SO
"per, $t.40, wrlta It or more full
far of flrst-claaa round-trip ticket
the ear may be operated through to
371 letters are now oa th presi-
oent s desk adores to the endear
orers throughout the slat calling
their special attention! to tha con ven-
Horn and aach necesaary report which
sbosld be-' placed in tha nrealdent'a
haa4 without delay, such aa report of
iae omcer of your society, gala In
membersMp, new societies, organized,
pledge to stst anion work and pledges
tor th Interaatioa a B. building. .
CoBJiBsnlestion haa Just arrived
from E. A. King, president of the
Washington State Christian Endeavor
untoa. la , few - comairnicaUoa . ha
atatea that he la working hard to do
hia part to bav a ebrlaUaa eodeavor
car through to Atlantic City, K.-J-either
from the 8 lata of Washington,
or from the Stat of Oregon, wash
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