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morning larfEitPiaaiiv Friday, may 12, mu
Tka water eweatkoa kern- kaa been
settled. Mr. Downey, ewner of tba
. OF HABIT
By C ROB8IN3 AVDREUS
OserrtsM hr wrv'V s Asae
. taltufe. tat
Stories from Out of Town
water works, la layiag pipe aad will
famish an wltk water waa wtsk It -
The gentle rata etlQ mcn4i at la-
terrala uooa the )m( aad the uMt.
in grata BeUa. gardeaa. fmlta iu
Cowers am deriving greet good from
the BS-dtd MtllWt.
Hamilton came after Martha, his
wife, wltk a livery rig kwt wee aad
Adolph Mlir had a Ha Br back
aad kit klas across his eyes. It ni
thought at arst he might toe om of
tkeaa, bat at latest .eccowats they
wem doing aiey.
Mr. and Mrs. Holtoa aa4 dsaghtera,
accompanied by a rM frtead aad
Ml Carter, sprat Sunday at the!
kr visiting: ker .slater, Mrs, l
Boaty aad faaUty.
Mra. Maggie Jokaaoa. tre
poadeaf, wishes It understood tkat tka
Item crlt let slag tka etty ootclala akoot
tka voadltloa af Mala Street, waa not
oat a by ker aad la ao relscttoa of
ker optaioa of tka work.
Tka ETaagelleal church conference
cpeaed Wednesday morning wltk E
ders froea all parts of - tka United
States. Sunday at a. aa. Blah-
op Bos maa XX IX wtll preack also la
tka erening. At 1 P. M. Ordlnattoa
eec loe. ,
Tka Boys Club eatenaiawat glvea
UT S waa well afteSMlaal aarf tt !U
GagwB. ' waa Mllua nil nrM tai fka
iv1? DTfA,!K.41 r' "rr to ba aaed aa tka club see
tka day at tka family koasa oa Sun-jnL
any. jtaaaat try. -sua aism a nance
aa a-ttk tkeas. Tkay ara to ba mar
rW tka 0rt of June, wa kaar. Tka
young man aa a Uttla boy lived with
kla father's family oa tka plara now
owned by Mr. Weddie.
Mra. Ida Delkar and two cklldrea
sprat tka afternoon wltk Mra. Cage.
Soma men were tkrougk bars tak
ing pletaree lor post cards, and it was
said tkat toa of them ware to ba
aaed la a moving pictara show.
Mr. aGge accidentally broke bis
government thermometer, which aa-'
cessjtate a trip to Portland. Ha has
kept tka records at this placa for the
past Ifteea years or mora.
. Tkara ara tarnations oat for a ear
prlaa party soma awning this week
and tka aertba will tell tka parti ca la rs
aaxt week. At present tka word Is
' Tkcy ara having tka plaster which
bad began to crack tAkea on tka vails
la tka second story at Mrs. Nars barn's
sad win hare tka rooms vreplastered
rred Green, of Portland, will build
a larga store oa tka north aida of kla
present bolldiag to ba ased by War
ren A Edaaonda aa a ware-house, and
as a store bolkting by another tram.
Mra. Hilton returned from Ridge-
Del d Wednesday,
Miss Kllgora waa a Portland visitor
Tka Modern Woodman of America
held their regular meeting Taeaday
avening la Green a kail.
Tka Girls Band win pUy Friday
evening tor tka gtria social.
Tka street work is moving slowly
on account of tka bad weather.
Charles Mason, of Portland, brotner
of Mrs. i. R Grakam. waa injured oa
Toes day and la la tka hospital wltk a
fractured shoulder and vtker bruises.
A Ira started Monday moral ag at
:3 oa tka roof of Tbomas Kelly's
larga residence oa tka rtrer road at
Mtlwnakea Heights! Owing to the
wind tka flames spread rapidly and
la a few miaatea the boose was a
roaring fa mace. Tka family lost all
of their wearing aparel. Jewelry, and
moat of tkelr furniture, Tka building
was a total loss, partly eorered by ln
araaea. Tka oat buildings were
aara. The family will erect a tem
porary bouse and will rebuild this
.falL The fire waa a term shock to
Miss Bessie Kelly, owing to ker ner
vous cobojuob. nr. Keuy owns a
The Mllwaakle Grange be id their
tegular meeting Friday erealng at
Grange ban. also a aortal meeting.
W. 8. irRen. of Oregon City, gave a
talk on single tat. H. G. SUrk-
fsrgnmenta. aad while not aipecttag
to tats oa taat aanjeci.. maaa a
strong argument against single tas.
C C. Dye. of Oregon Otr, Mrs. J. A.
L. Casto and T. R. A. Seltwood slno
made short addresses.
The recular serai monthly meeting
of the Mltwankia Commercial Club
will be beld la the Cooactl Chambers
of the City ball Thursday evening.
May IU at I o clock. A fuD attead
aace is expected ss e,nestioaa of great
Importance will come up for con iter
ation, a report will be called for from
tka committee on better lire protec
tion. The. Commercial Club will take
up the' matter , of. a thirty minute car
aerrice until 13 o clock aad consult
the 0k Grove push club on this mat
ter. Several other subjects may come
up for discussion.
Mine Hatei Wrmaa. of Oregon City,
la staying wiik Mrs. Ella Maple.
M aire I Lakln and sister. Rose, re
turned home from Klamatk Palls
Miss Rosa has been visiting ker
sister sad family tba past sis months.
She will resume ker position la tka
telephone office tka first of June.
Mrs. J. H. Reed and family will mora
back to Mllwankle soon from Scap-
an Oak Grove
W. H- Prank was
Mrs. Homer Mullen spent Tuesday
with Mra. Ol liver a( Sellwood.
The Mllwaakle Junior Athletle
track team will ma a relay race wltk
tke Sellwood T. M' C A. team Satur
day, May 20. Tka race will start at
tka City Hall around Wills burg sod to
tke T. M. C. A. at Sellwood. Those
composing the Mllwankle team are
Tom Lakta. Marcus Maple. Rons Swag
Cert. Dan Bertrmlre. Ed son Edwards
aad Lawrence Hartwig. The dob held
If a rarnlir maartna Uaaaav .mil..
aad elected ' a new" captain. Arthur (bads veryenjoyable time
Keller; risoa Edwards Is captain of
Tke City Council met Tuesday av
ening. Bids were opened for tke Im
ororement of Washington street. The
Coast Construction Company waa the
Tke City Recorder was ordered to
post ordinances for the improvement
Tka City Council met Monday area-
lag la special aeasioa aad appointed
C. U Bates. Ckarlee Rotk and W. H
Locke n committee to las pert tka
three streets wklrk ware ordered
opened recently ky act toe of tka
Council . Ii was also decided at this
msttlng tkat an opportaalty ba givea
tke people of Can by to rota a special
tas of two mllla to bay property for
a public park aad to meet tka aeeda
of otker public Improvements. It Is
proposed tkat tka city bay tke four
acres oa tka south aide of Iowa which
kaa a pretty grove apoa It. Mra. Ogle
offers the property la sack a wsy tkat
It aaakee It easy for tke city to buy it
Pour hundred dollars dowa aad f 300
a year for twelve years, wltk no In
terest charges, will meet tke demands
aad tbe city will bold a deed to this
property. A special election will be
beM oa May S7 to determine whetker
Ike property is to be purchased.
Rev. C. L. Creeey Is still attending
school at Salem, having left agsla
Wednesday morning. Mr. Creesv's
brother Is visiting in Can by. ,
J. R. Newtoa and little daughter
bare left for n visit to relatives at
Twin Falls. Ida. .
Mrs. M. J. Lee aad Uttla daughter
Lorraine left for, Seaside oa ike Coast
Wednesday morning where they ex
pert to remain Indefinitely. This
move was necessitated oa account af
ker daughter's health. It Is hoped
taat the ocean breeies will be benefl
cial to tbe little girl who is In delicste
The Canny Canal Base Ball Club will
hold a meeting at tka office- of the
company by tkat name Tkursday
aigkt for (the purpose of electing a
manager , and captaia and also to
make arrangements for the seasoat
work. This la quite a ball team, snd
did excellent work Isst season. This
year tke team baa gained considerable
strength by securing n new pitcher
Joe Larsea snd B. Roy Lee of this
city ware la Portland oa business tbe
first part of tbe week.
M. J. Lee visited tbe county seat
Engineer Rota and bis corps are
surveying Mr. Hill's tract of land be
recently purchased from Mrs. Salt
marsh, through B- R Lee.
L. B- Gorhsm. president of tke Can-
by Chun ber of Commerce, la la Best
tie on business. .
Daniel Danlelson has purchased Ms
10. it snd 13. Block 31. from M
Saltmsrth; consideration soA. This
sale wss made by B. Lee. of tbe
Can by Canal Company.
Tbe traveling auditor of the South
em Pacific Company checked up tbe
company's office here-Wed needay and
found everything ss ususl la splendid
shape. He wss e,tilte surprised at the
Increasing business of this station.
. SUty Canbyltes motored to Aurora
Saturday to. tip the light fantastic. All
There Was revlulia la MciiVm.
General Arrarra was susperttd by tke
prrkltHit anJ closely wanked. Oa
day a ttalt. calle4l"he general's
-General,- said tbe visiter, taking a
anuanipt i-arisge frvea kia r.let.
"knowing nar refulstiea ns n man
of literary last, n critic of tke klnbr-f
"Cut that ant tnterruHed Alr-rea.
I was once t hief, reader far t puU-
I see. I kave kere a book of fw
I'aiMM na titi oa the - I anl
mrry t bear rbst Mrs. lash-am b avt
reii Is sue very Vk?
1H da't know. mum. Kbe Jest said
If ye railed to say sbe was sirs, but
ake didn't tell ate to say bow atrk.
if bpv kind are avail
able. Wa kave a wkole rm full of
Kii-nwe me; Ike fr-e of bablt is grejit.
I was thinking I was back la tke ell
Inrtsl s actum"
"lint tfceae tenis of mine." mdttn
aed tbe vlaltnr. "I ronler to be In
that llchter vein nbkh U tbe only
kind of puetry now popular."
"Have yoa tried tbe let.-sn Pojw-
Heart to Heart
By EDWIN A. POTE
Oenernl. replied tbe vWtor Imprea- f
slvely sfter S pause, "if you have been
sn editor I he hoen a ron'rllHitor. f
I'm on to that honeyed fabMu of ret
ting rid of su author ' "
Tbe general settled bark In bis rhalr
ss one bracing blawrlf to bear aa
author's reason why his eipertn'e la
more valuable than ether siperten ei.
Tboae la the room went about tnlr
vsrious duttea. Tbe visitor met tbe
general's eye and winked at hint. The
latter raught oa.
Tbe-ie poemm" continued the' maa
with tbe Maaarrtnt. "were rompoaed
daring a period of deep freitag. Tbe
spring wsa coming oa and nature was
"WeU." said aa old farmer friend, ef
mine, "I bare sold tbe old place, ami
asotber aad I will enjoy oarelve tbe
balance of our days'"
"Good." Hid. Aad yet.
I wondered If say friend might not
I laa 4taa rvwtl.lal A a fna MMlka. aka
will do fairly well Kbe will kave ker
boastkeeping aad sewing aad tkat
Wast will the aid man dw) .
Par years the aid couple kave gone
early te bed: te rise early and work
kard ataiost every, boar af tbe day.
I aad It Is not easy to cksaga tke habits .
Ton ma wake me nben yoa get I lifetime.
tbrongh. yawned the general i 1 fancy at first the aid people will
"One word more. Tearful April. 1 bare eatea their breakfast before stoat
with Its cloud and thla gildel lining, j tbe lewaafolk are eat of bed. It
bad pemrd Into Jane, and tbe roses will be a toug time for pa from break
were unfiling their delicate petals" nt to dinner aad longer from dinner
Tbe general rloard bis eyes, ta supper.
"I seised my in ami yielding to tbe ! Tbera am bat few ckorea ta da ta
hardware atom la MUwaakaa sad kasor ta Focrtn tttreets and adver- Tbnrsd
'tba sympatkr of an tka aeonl anH ' for bids for tke Improvement of Bert W
aeigkbara. ' I Harrison street
in ousrus or unden Circle went
to Portland to drill Monday evening.
Prldsy tbe Women of Woodcraft will
Initiate seven new members, and will
also have a banquet, tba lodge ehoaa
sides snd called themselves tba Pat
; and the Leans. Tka Psta won snd
J. S. 8smitb and wife aad Hearr Rat
er sad wife left Wednesday morning
for a few days trip to Newport.
Mrs. Ellia returned borne from Neva
da Taeaday. wker she spent tke win
ter wttk her husband, who Is working
ia tka mines.
Tka Oak Grove Push Club held s ' wl" endeavor to fatten tka leans,
very interesting meeting Thursday ev- i Tt L,,1 uxlllisry of tke Cstbo
euing ta tka ckurck basement Coon- i chtfeb will meet st tbe boma of
ty roads were discussed also other ! M"- M' Joknaoa Wednesday af
anbjecta of Interest , ,rDOOn
Mm. D. Toney was sn Oregon City J Th ""bers snd teschem clnb will
visitor Prlday. I May is st the achoolbouse. Ron-
Dr. aad Mrs. McPsrland were Port ! ,,n' business will be transacted and
land visitors Friday I Bort ' m the eyes by Dr. Dex-
.Mrs. Vlrril Clark snent mdmr In i wl" glvw.
Portlsnd with bee mmliar Ur. k.r
... haMl al.A 1 fc. . i a
me young ladles of tbe Sunday i vv neipeo mem
school win hold s socisl In Green's ' lur,D8 ,b fir Bd ibm Um ol tkeir
ball Prlday evening. Music and home- especially the Oak Grove peo
reaitationa, with other features and D WDO w'b.to belp save their
refreshments will nil he evening. '"rn'l"'' "" home.
Mrs, E. Psyne. mother of Mrs. L.
Alice Bernln snd Herman Conway
of tbe Concord school went i Oregoo
City Thursdsy morning to take the
State examlnatlona. These two pu
pils were tbe only ones In the eighth
Mrs. Rowley, of Waabougal. spent
Thursday with her daughter. Mrs.
IHIsms and family.
Miss Elizabeth Cook went to Port
land on business Thursday.
Mr. snd Mrs. Moore snd daughter
were Portlnnd visitors Thursdsy.
The poatotrire kaa been moved to
tbe new building in tke Warren block.
The Oak Grove school will close on
June A lsrgg class of elgnth grade
pupils bave paased and are preparing
lor the closing exercises.
Orvsl Olds Is seriously ill with ty
phoid fever st bis borne. Dr. Strlcklln
of Oregon City Is sttendlng.
C. N. White is able to be up and
around again after several months of
The lumber for Wlllism Cederson's
The genera snored. The vlaltnr tank
ed about klm and. seeing that the
others la tbe room were lareomlng In
fected, with tbe drow sinews that bad
fillcn-npoa ibeiarhicf. laid lil manu-
arrlpt on the table and -ileotly with
As sooa as the door bad rlowl
kind the author the reternT swolk.
lias he gone" be s-ked wild a
"Ye, generst" -t-
Tsklng np tbe mannriH tlvare
"He baa pnt his Sddrr on It. but
don't see snr staniiM fr Its return.
Tba town people will be too busy fa
stop aad cast with tba aid gentleman
Oe may try ta read some, but be baa
not formed the bablt af continued
reading, aad ba will sooa tire.
Tbe change m kard aa blm.
I know kla aa well I know that ta
break up tbe routine of tbe farm do
tka will give blm botk a mental sad
pkyslcsl sburk. I ia afraid ka will
lose kia Impetus.
- A mA fKaa k. Ma a .ia
I da will come ta fret I fear, beraase
af lack of Incentive, bees use af bis
There am few things asore touching
However, here's a eteus stating that he ( tUom who has
will mil totoorrow - "7 earaeo bis r sauce to rest snd )
That nlaht Alveren t.-.k the W. bo has long looked forwsrd ta
Tint home with blm. lie was not ! reiaiaiioa. goiag snout real
.. ... . .. . . i
nierrsiea in iw literary irm. nr in
the meter ,.f the ver-e. PTven the dl i lm " woma twf
Wiiua sfflataa. If It wss there, failed lo i .T 1
move Mm. He nuxzled for hour try-
E. Armstrong, returned home from
the DiGoIisranch near CherryTllIe
Thursdsy evening. Mrs. Payne has
been in the mountains since last Or- j
tober, and Is glad tojie home again.
Tba Oak Grove ball team will play
the Sellwood team at Sellwood Sun-
new nous is neinc nnusdMi rrnm a
Thoinss Keiley and family wish to car here. Mr. Cederson Is building a I r htm-
one resiaence sou in or nis mothers
house, in the same yard
Mrs. 'Chambers snd dsugbter spent
inursosy in Portland. '
Mr. snd Mrs. Asher Kennedy of
Portlsnd were visiting Mr. Kennedy's
Mrs. Krum wss s Portland visitor
Ing to fliasHl Ley to a secret roeasage.
At Ut. bv skipping all but every
tenth word, lie sro-reeded. He was In
vited to Join the revliitulf. carry
ing with film the for.-e ntwl.-r hbt com
mand. For doing he was lo be ap
polnte mlniater of war.
Hsrlng resd all of the raessnge he
could find to read, and being astufled
that there wss no more t It. he wrote
his an-eptsiM-e of tbe pmfiosltlna) and
laid down his plan of -ratioua. by
making a dot over tbe words reqnlred
to make np his message. This done st
daybreak. In-tbe morning he went to
bed. When tbe author came the tint
day for bis manusprlpt the general said
If my Mead bad built a
house oa tbe old placa and turned tba
farm over ta a sua or ta a good tenant
It might bare been better for blm.
Departure from old bablt and sur
roundings at bla time af life la peril
The cbaage Is too radical.
Of course them am maay who retire
from the farm and adapt themselves
ta tba new conditions, but some will
alwaya pine, and I fear my fine old
friend la one. ,
I hope not
1. W. Rlvem has sold bis Interest In
the well driller to J. W. McGregor. Mr.
Rivers will operate s large machine
snd will drill for oil hereafter. Mr.
Rivers ta backed by tron with money,
who sre residents of Portland. Riv
ers and McGregor, who returned from
W. A. Hanson Is tending the drug I MolnUa on Saturdsy evening, where
store for s few days during tba ah. they hare been employed drilling a
sence of Arthur Graham, who will ; w" or McBride si McBrlde, of Port
take charge Monday. ;'""'. who are owners of a 55$-acre
8. C. Alexander snd P. Hefty were rnrn- The were sncceaaful In get-
in Portland Friday on business. t ting water, hut had to go through 35
Mrs. W. H. Moore spent Friday In fee "t sandstone. While drilling they
Portland with relatives. discovered three streams of water and
Tba Oak Grove Junior bsse ball thl water raised up within 25 feet of
team defeated tba Portland Colts 8un-'ha' they first struck. Oil was also
day. Score 13 to 11. discovered while drilling on this land.
The Oak Grove athletic club team MCBride ft McBrlde are jubilant
defeated the Sellwood team Sunday at
Sellwood. Score 14 to t.
Miss Nellie Welnsonreed snd Grsce
Knickerbocker, of Mllwsukle, spent
Sunday with Mrs. Charlea Worthing
ton and attended the ball game.
Ex-Road Supervisor Harris and sev
eral or the discharged ' men went to
Oregon City Monday morning on busi
ness. Mrs. J. B. Evens wss a Portland vis
Mrs. Lillian Riley went to the Lone
Fir cemetery Monday morning.
, Carpenters am repairing the WIs
- singer house.
Mrs. Bert Williams snd sister ware
visitors ta Mllwsukle Sunday.
Mra. Bertha White and son, Homer,
spent Mondsy with Mra. White's moth
er, Mra. Howell and family.
Mm. Ed Auetla and sister, of Port
land. wer.e visitors In Oak Grove Fri
day. Mm. reiblg visited In Portland Mon
day.. " ' - !...
over getting the water on their place,
as this has been needed for some
time. One house, which was recently
renovated will be moved up on the
hill where the welt Is located snd Is
s most desirable location for a resi
dence. A. Thomas is foreman of tbe
ranch and the two men were treated
well while boarding with them, speak
ing Id tbe highest terms of Mr. Thom
as snd his good wife.
J. W. Loder, who Is the owner of 13
acres In West Willamette. Is laying
the land off Into acre tracts, and it is
now on the msrket.
Charles Kanney Is building an addi
tion to hia house. A cement basement
will ba built and other improvements
It Msyes, who arrived from
Stafford about five months ago, la
building a house here. -
Carl Moldenhauer is improving his
placa by baring a new fence con
structed around the premises.
Altogether seven new nouses sra
Ming; Blackerby. of Woodburn, Is being built at Wlllsmette,
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Real Estate Transactions
Oregon Realty Company to Senton
V Gilbert, tracta 10. 11. 12. 13, 14, U,
rTultviiie Acres; 110.
John A. snd Katherlne Bender
Nils M. Wstnee snd Hllds Hslverson,
part of tbe Hector Campbell n. U O.
section 29. township 1
'Lambert-Whltber Company to John
O. Bender, part of the Hector Camp
bell D. L. O-. section 29. township O
south, range 2 east; tin. . -
N. P. and Ida Halt to August Ander
son. 7.12 acres of section 3. township,
south, range 2 east;
era Gasch to Mount Hood Ln1
Company, undivided one-half InierejJ.
in tae aoutn-naif of lot IS, Hood View
Howard and Ten Broeck Whipple to
Clackamas County, land In sect loss 1.
Z, township 2 south, range 4 east; f I
ft - D. Board maa and Ellazbeffa
Board mas to Frances A dells Holt. ast
half of hloetka i aad (2. First Addi
tion to jenrttsgs Lodge: 171.
The fotVywHtg am the real estate
transfers that have bee filed la the
office of the ttmtttf rufiut&n
Joseph Kaaffmaa and Mallnda JR.
Kauffmsn to Albert Ey man. 30 seres
of section 3. township south, range
1 east; $1750.
U L. and Ore 8. porter to E. Par
ker, lota 2 and 2, block 7, Windsor;
Koren H. Ramberg and H. A. Ram-
I am very mock obliged to you for
your kind (permission to read your
beautiful poems. I bare not. been
struck so forcibly with tbe poetic fer
vor of sny manuscript In many years.
In these verses 4a the very soul of
poetry, But In"
Never mind that said the author.
"I bave beard It a million times be fore.
I know what yoa'm coming to."
"Oh. I forgot" replied the general
I am not now la tbe position of a
publisher; you wish simply my honest
Indlvldnsl literary opinion. Well, your
poems are tommy rot. There Is neither
sooth, range I Trmincsiion nor reeling . ar thought,
it i iw-iu. rim in guar a suasesTKm.
They am so bad that If you can mske
them a little worse and start a few of
them In some publication Intended ta
be popular, with a rnrioua story shout
tha author. I'm not sura but you could
get a big sum for them.'"
Thank you. general, for your very
Tbe general threw tbe manuscript
at tbe author, telling blm to get out
find If be ever came again on such a
matter he woeld have blm arrested
and his poetic ambition cut off by tbe
Tbe young maa caught the package
and, departing, made his wsy to the
commander of tbe Insurgent srmr.
Laylnr the pages on a table, tbe men-
ge of General Alvarei was onlrklv
eedphered. A few days later at dswa
the reliels moved on the government
work snd s ere joined by the troops of
Getters! .htirrf The revolution was
accomplished, snd Alva re was made
minister of wsr. according to tba agree
Later the deposed president asked
berg to Maurice Johnson, 16 acres of t0 nrvr one bow ha had managed to
section 31. township 5 south, rann 1
John W. Loder and Grace E. Loder
to R, M, C. Brown, land in Darling's
Addition to Oregon City; $197.
John W. and Grace E. Loder to Lvd.
la Wlnesett;, westerly half of lot 83.1
ui'R'm city;' gi.
John K. Morris to Flora Mnrrt,
communicate with . Alvarez. He was
Informed of tbe plsn. The young man
who accomplished It wak made a cabi
In tbe matter of tba Eatate of Ernest
Marahsll, a minor.
It appearing to tba Court from the
petition of Julia Calls':
That she la tha duly appointed,
qualified snd acting guardian of tba
poraofl aad estate of Ernest Marshall,
That said Ernest Marshall ta tha
owaer of a one-ninth interest la and
I to the following described msl aetata
situate In- Clackamas County. Oregon,
to wit: The East Hair of tha North
East quarter of Section IS, T. 2. 8. R.
4 E. of the Willamette Meridian, and
that aald Ernest Marshall baa no other
property and there Is very little la
come from aald property, that It la
necessary for the support, edtiratloa
and nurture of aald minor that aald
property be sold, and It will be for
the best Interest of said minor and tha
persons interested in aald property
that the same be Bold, that tha orn
ceeds thereof esa ba vaad to educate
aid minor and lucfe part thereof aa
will not ba neceasary for use for such
purpose can ba Invested ao aa to bring
better returns thaa caa be possibly
mna rrotn pmasnt arrangements
mat the persona and those Inter
ested In said lands and tha next of
kin or ssid Ernest Marshall am: Ju
lia isiitT. bis mother. Harvey Mar.
shall, Snaan E. Rhodes, Alice Marshall
Kerr, JonD A. Marshall. James Frank
Oglesby, Charlee E. Ogtesby, George
A. De8hle1ds. Marlon DeShlelds, Fran
ces ueunieias yank. William Marshall
ana o. m. Marshall
That It for tba beat Interest of said
estate tnst said sale should ba at prt-
.. a.w iur casn in nana.
It is therefore ordered that the aald
next of kin and persona Interested la
ssia estate appear at tha Court House
Ja Oregon City, Clackamas County,
Oregon, at th Cnnntw Pahp. gasa-a
- - wwsss a a v-uim,
on Monday, May 29th, 1911, at 10:00
-.. as. ana snow cause ir any they have
why an order, and license to sell tba
interest of said Ernest Marshall in
and to said real Meats should not be
Young Folks Are Entartatneri
More than a score of the vonnr ia.
! ui Duiuin were anutrtsinaii n
sn undivided interest Q lot 1, block weunesosy evening at the home of
no. Oregon City; $100. MJ- nd Mra. h. D. McLarty, of that
W. J. A. 8lmons to I. O. Dsvldson. P'"0"- ' evening wsa devoted to
southwest quarter of southwest nuar- am' Refreshments ware aerved.
ter of southesst quarter of section 7 I Amon" those present were Jdn Mnr-
township 5 south, range 2 east; $100. V ' Km " "ndwulst, Nelta Draper,
Kate Shannon to Wlllism and Msry ,cl-riT' "" Bhsw, Lilly
Ann Harvey, lots 2. 2. 4. 5. 6. block "naw.n't. Maria McLarty. Data Dra-
"F." of First Addition to Csnemsh. "T' DOT. Clarence Doty. Jim.
36o. :y 'y- nu voir, wuiiam
John and ttara Ota.ar n at.i. 'm Martlfl, Mill Eva Wash. Mlsa I (III.
.. v.n-.. vi win. a ft . .... "
Oregon, 40 acrea of section 26. town- .."".7 --n jonueon, Mrs. Mar-
i ' i tin sua ii sra if . r jra
nip 2 south, range east; $l. -' lJ
Read tha Morning Enterprise. I flubscrlha for tka Cast aa..i '
April 27th, 1911.
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To Introduae Tka Marmiag
ataranaa lata a kwsj
Ity of tka bamaa la
City aad Clackamas esuarv tka
managemeat kaa daetdad ts
ataka a apaelal prtoa far tka
dally issue, for a short Una
only, wham tka aubaeribar pays
a year la sdraaoa.
By carrier, paid a 7 sar ta
all, aaas a yeas? ta ad.
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aar a trial aubacrlptioa Cor one
or mom momtks, at tea oeats a
weak, can ham tka dally aaMv.
amd for a year for $2.0 by
paying a year la adranoe.
People who gave our caavaa-
Mr,.'aJrU- tKlota, by:
mail, for four months at a dai-
jar, may have tha
year for $2.00. If psld a year la
advance- , v .7 i
8abscrlbam to the Weekly
Entarprlsa mar ehar their
subscriptions to tha t Zy, re-
eelvlng eradlt for u.2 time aa 4
ma oauy that tka weakly la x4
Pld la adranoa. T kaa they
cnoose to add cs&. a tka ad
sanoa payment a- J to a full
raar'g advaaoa f ymant they
may take adraat:- of tka $2
Vl Li tl'l iUaial aa.
ao tiat sac:', who bare aald
ta advmaeo aa aotaa other daOy
aad wtsk to take ttto Mis aas
Eatarprtaa, may aa ao.wlcawut
too great axpeoae.
drua. Beaatlfully nJ,
colors "Tke Spell." V
by tha WlllUaisoas
Omate'r Cbiuatows." bf CM
Field. Antotsoblle rttoa.
sale, II cectj.
MAN MA8WIID N.1t
amucl Wider Allssss TW
atrted Mir". .
Samuel RUer has J
Torca sgslnat Julls Rld-r.
married it CTarleston-Four P
Montgomery County w JJ
bar 20. 1M0. Mr. R def alljf
hla wife deserted him. I'
Browaell Is bis attorney.
Mrs. Vf.lktr Wj"
Mrs j it Walker enteral 1
40. friends at bcr bomti il
Wednesday anlni. Th
won by Mrs. B- A.
e -Lri-7-jsi.s.-.-f f
decorations were of oo1
railing colors being of P"'
yellow. . Refreshments -"
able. See ratae U M.
tktnaat Msfssfna for fthy.
"NUa of tka Wast," by Gleo
d. n. iac