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MORKINO ENTERPRISE, TUESDAY, MAY h, 1011.
ORJOOW CITY, OREGON
C K. BRODie, Editor and Publisher.
"tared as aaeend-etaaa mattar )u-
out s, iu. at the pot offlca at Oraeoe
ary, qregva. uadar the Act of Marob
TUNS IP S0HCHPTI0II.
Om Tut, by nail . .
Is Man ID, by mall .
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er in, by oaj-rWr...
rrat Pas. M mat tnaarHoa lt
vwst rmf, par mca tdM huartloaa..I
rvafaciad poalttoa any aaa, par Inrh
tint taaactloa Ite
. nafanae aoattlaa any Baca, Mt biPh
aaM laairtliiaa 1.
Kaja(Mrattar taaa nret page, par ax
Baa mht ewYta'ruwt pa per toe
LeraJs iSe aar Haa; ta regular adar-
waata. rar mm. Ta Rant., aft! . aaa
aat a word ftrat laaertlea; eae-aalf eeet
Itataa far advertbrtng m be Waakty
ntarprtse wiu ba tha Mm aa la tha
SaJJy. for adrertlaamaata set aepadaJly
far Hie waokly. 'WVtara tha adaartieeataat
a DiamiTM rroaa uia daily to ttia wwaa
y. amnoin raaaca, toe rata will ba
aa taw tar tua af tha papar. and lea
rar apaoiai asaiuoB.
abanM - aeoepay erdar where
aarty la onkaowa la boatneaa eflca af
Laeal edvarfJslag at legal advertleteg
Clreoe adverttetn and spacia frsnaltnl
edVartlatae at tie to lea aa inch, aocord
ka ta eaectal eoadlttaaa ro ram Ins tba
log horn ground ta so mall that It la
difficult to why ao many people j
ara contented to live and rear their J
children la unattractive unrounding, j
Tha realdenc may ba a log cabin, I
yet It can ha mad attractive by treea,
ving and flowera. It la ramarkabl
how much plant and treea adL to tha
charm of tha homa.
Those who do not own their homea
should make an effort to aecure them.
Home alwaya endeara one to the coun
try in which he Uvea and Insures!
greater Interest In Ita aoclal and politi
cal (fairs. The home owner la more
contented and can be a more useful
cltlsen to the commonwealth.
Let u take more Interest In making
home life better and Ita environment
more elevating. Build according to I
your means, then beautify and embel
lish with trees, planta and vine. Give
thought to your planting and Intelll
gence to home arrangement. Build
not only for yourself, but for your
children and their ancestora.
Giant Shark Had Jaws Lartfe
Enough to Swallow Men Whole
Tire Bala" and Bankrupt Saw ad'
Haaaaanta ate Inch flrat biaartioa; a
. earn, mat tar
Newa Itema and wall wrttea arttelaa
ar larlt. with lataraat to loraj Teadara.
anu aa riaaiy aeeaptao. najeetee
ROADSTERS MAKE 12 RUNS TO
ISLANDERS 2 A VERS AT
; HOME TODAY.
eartaca norar raturaad anlaaa aerootpaa-
aa ay eujasa t
. CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
Uay 23 In American History.
1783 Jamea Otis, patriot orator ef the
; Revolution, killed by lightning at
Aadover. Mass.; born 1723.
1S10 Sarah liargaret Fuller, tran
; scendental writer who became Mar-
ehioneaa d'OaeolL. bom to Cham
bars port. Mass.; drowned off Long
1834 General Ambrose E. Barnslde.
eminent raderel soldier and Unit
ed States sees tor from Rhode Is
land, born: died 1881.
1900 Francis Bk-knel! Carpenter, not
ed portrait painter, famed for bis
painting .:oflhe "Emancipation
ProclamatioB,- died: born 183a
(Tress noon today to noon tomorrow.)
ton aeta 7:13. rises 441: moon rises
M a. wl', planet Mercery visible ris
ing before the aaa.
Penny postage would be a Greek
gift If It delayed the coming of rea
sonable parcels potr.te.
It Is said that "Champ Clark is
maintaining an unusual alienee since
his presidential boom began." Being
ao well Justified, let the boom go on.
WHERE THE CRUSHERS ARE.
Critics of the County Court's effort
to Introduce modern metboda Into
road construction In iClackamaa Coun
ty hav stated in a Clackamaa County
newspaper that the county baa all
rock crushers and have Intimated that
some of them are Mle. The Enter
prise has taken the trouble to ascer
tain the truth of this statement and
finds that the county has five crash
ers, air of which are being utilised, aa
Henrtcl's place on the Highland
Myers' (Josi A Scberruble) place,
at the Junction of the Molalla and
If, as stated, the county bss six
rock crushers. The Enterprise, has
been unable to find the other one.
There Is every reason to believe the
authorities would have it working. If
HOME GROUNDS INVITING.
All other questions sink Into Insig
nificance when compared to home and
Its environments. Intelligent citizen
ship and domestic tranquillity ultimate
ly depend upon home training, and
home training la largely Influenced by
the environment of the home. Every
boy and girl should have the advant
age of a neat, attractive and comforta
The expense required In beautify-
PORTLAND, Or.. May 22. (Spec
ial). The Portland Roadsters admin
istered a sound beating to Victoria to
day on the latter'a grounds. The
score waa IS to 2. Nick Williams'
men got 13 hits while the Islanders
got only Ave. Sage struck out Ave
Portland batters and only alx men
went to bat in the two opening Inn-
inga. Tonneaon waa steady through
out the melee.
While the Roadsters were earning
their salaries McCredle's boys were
coming home to meet San Francisco
The results Monday were aa fol
racinc coast League no game
scheduled. Where they play today-
San Francisco at Portland; Vernon at
San Francisco ve. Oakland; Sacramen
to at Loa Angeles.
Northwestern League Portland U,
Victoria, 2; Vancouver 8. Spokane 3;
Tacoma 4, Seattle 3.
American League Boston 2. St
Louis 0; i Philadelphia 9, Cleveland 3:
Waahington 7. Detroit 3; Chicago-New
TOrk game, postponed rain. -.
National. Eeasue Chicago. 6, Phil
adelphia 2; St Louis 3, Boston 1; New
York 6, Pittsburg l ; Brooklyn 4, Cin
cinnati 3. '
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,1118 mouth ef a glgaatle shark, la which several aaea are able to etaad
upright, la a "reatorsUoa" made by scientists, who used the teeth aa a
heals from which to construct the Jaws, The teeth 200 of them,
were found In a perfect atate of nreeervatloa ta a phosphate bed In
South Carolina. Their else enabled students to tell accurately the else of the
Jawbonee that held them, and la the aame way they decided that the shark
that once ued tbem waa at least eighty feet long. The teeth were seat to
'be Museuta-ef Natural History la New York, and there they were set la
piaster Jaw In the order they originally occupied la the Jawa of a ahark tha
could truthfully be called a maa eater. This huge fish lived during the eocene
epoch, at a time that the Atlantic coast waa alowly ruing from the oceaa and
the American continent waa assuming Ita present form. Contemporaneous
with this huge abark are found bones ef the) "eohlppus," the earliest kaewa
direct anreator of the horse.
45 Years Ago
W. L. P.C.
Portland .., 29 24 .592
Oakland 29 25 .537
San Francisco 28 26 ' .919
Vernon .-. 26. 25 .510
Sacramento .... 22 26 .458
Loa Angeles 20 32 .385
W. L. PC.
Spokane 21 9 .700
Vancouver .... 20 11 .645
Tacoma 17 15 .531
Portland 14 15 .483
Seattle 12 18 .400
Victoria 7 23 .233
W. L. P.C.
Philadelphia 22 11 .667
New York 19 12 .613
Pittsburg 19 12 .613
Chicago 19 13 .594
Cincinnati 13 14 .4gi
St. Louis 13 21 .344
Brooklyn n 21 .344
Boston g 2 .235
W. U P.C.
Detroit 27 8 .771
Chicago 16 13 .552
Boton 17 14 .548
Philadelphia 16 15 .516
New York 15 ,15 .500
Cleveland 16 , 19 .457
Washington 11 20 455
St. Louts "V! 10 24 .294
From The Enterprise of October 27,
Grain Shlpmenta. There la now a
lrge quantity of grain coming down
the Willamette River, besides which
ao much merchandise la going up that
it haa been found necessary to keep
all the boats-employed that lire able
to make the trip In low water.- The
Echo and one other have averaged
three. trlpa each to Salem for some
weeks, and they will soon be running
to Albany, and other placea farther
up. A friend at Albany writes to ua
that every farmer In that vicinity haa
hla granery literally full of gram
awaiting shipment A vaat amount
of the producte of Oregon tbla year
ought to find market in China and
Europe. The bulk of wheat being
sold is for home consumption, or
stored for speculative. urposej.
- Serious Accident A cor'-eepoudent
Informs us of a painful accident which
occurred near Needy on Friday of last '
wee A young man by the Prtwe of
E L. Boynton accidentally .hot him
self with a shotgun charge J with
eighteen buckshot He wa- standing
on the feece with the breech of the
gun resting on hla feet, when It slip
ped and the hammer striking . rail
It waa dlacharged, tearing away the
muscle of his arm and several
lodging In hla shoulder.
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ARE THERE ANY RECORDS
LEFT FOB LAJOiEf
HEW POTATO CROP IS
TAKING PIACE OF OLD
It - i
ty a J
Lurry LtjOie of thr-tVl.
land says be U mil iur- uiure
batting anil Oeidiuir ui.irl.o itiia
ear. Records u.ivud.v bi-.tl-J.y
Larry are km fot!v: lu -tiiu
lie accri'ieo: UV 11.: it . a I
ona iww, rue rrv.iuni itui
of rhsrirc. ever t.uiulleil
major lengue seviul kr In'
oue t"ii. In Iikm Ijtrrjr frV h
ed out fifty two te lilt, a high
water mark for double In the
majors, la iflos mttj made
forty-three three-base lilts, the
greatest number of triples ever
made by any major league bat'
ter In one sesson. To top this
off. In 11)06 Larry bad a fielding
average of .DDL the beat ever
made by a major leaguer at the
FOR RENT Liner apace la this col
umn. A few lines may rent that
bouse, store or farm; they will cost
you but a few cents.
Local Man Opena New Store.
Isadora Price, formerly of thla city,
but recently of San Francisco, will
manage a store In Woodburn, opened
by A. A. Price of thla city.
Subscribe for the Dally Enterprise
H 1 1 1 1 1 1 II HI I H 1 1 I IHHI I I II t H 1 1 1 H III r r II I II 1 1 ;
;i Aeroplane's Chief Use In ii
w ur w 111 joe 10 x rans-
t - By HUDSON MAXIM, Inrcntor M 4 X
' AK alwajg haa been an attempt to get BEHIND a wall,
a bill, a battle line, ft dtj wall or s line of thips on the
two dimensional surface of the earth, but with the aero-
" ' plane the Urrieri of gunpowder can be BLOWN OVER,
sad in the next great wt the WHOLE COUNTRY will be t
tocked. .':' I The aeroplane Ukes war into the third dimension: It is very eaajr
to imagine gn arm of Aeroplanes, say twenty thousand in number,
bearing one hundred thousand troops from London to Paris, or rice
ersa.' Accidents would happen beyond question, and many would
be killed, but think how many more lives it would cost to get the same
umber of troops from one city to the other by present means 1
v r It has been claimed for many guns that they will counteract the
effectiveness of these "birds of war," but I do not think they can erer
COPE with aeroplanes high in the air and traveling forty miles an
kour. .'.' ''; :-';,.''
.THE TRUE SERVICE OF THE AEROPLANE WIU. EE IN TRANS-
SHIPMENTS RECEIVED FROM TEX
AS BEST BROUGHT TO
The demand for via potatoes was
strong Mondsy with scant offerings. In
fact the market la fast passing out
of the old Into the new crop,'
Two carloada of potatoes from Tex
aa were unloaded In Portland.
The shipments were In bags and
were in excellent condition, although
the season la still so young aa to
make bag shipments very haaardoua.
The potatoes were of good also and
wore far euuerlor to the arrivals from
either California or Mexico. Bales
were reported at If B0 to IS per cen
tral, according lb quality.
New notatoea from Florida are find
ing a fair sale. Tbeae supplies are
aald to be of the best quality thua far
received here this season, but the
price at e a pound la ao high as to
exclude the general public. The l"lorl.
da stork Is packed In barrels.
California new potatoes are In lar
ger supply with the price stilt held
high. The competition of Texaa Block
expected to pull down valuea gen
Quotations for Oregon City.
POT A TOE 8 Beat. IJ.B0. good
1115; common. S. During, carload.
select. 1110; ordinary, II M.
FIXJUR AND FKED Flour Is
ateady, selling from 16 to $5 &0; very
little of cheaper gradea. Feed la
higher and rialng alowly. flran brings
from 126 B0 to 117 10. shorts III to ISO.
roiieo osriey isi.oo 10. 13133. process
barley S3, whole corn 131 to 131
cracked con f3l to $33. Wheat 33
hay (Duylng.) Timothy 111 10
II. Clover, 113 to 114: oat bay. 114
to f IS; mixed. Ill to 114: alfalfa. SIS
OATS (Uuylng) Are higher, erar
from 125.60 to . 127.60, white from
27.60 to 130 00.
BUTTER (Buying! Ordinary
country brlnga from 16e to 10c,
rancy dairy from J0r to X2c, cream'
ery l!c to 1 5c.
E008 ttiuyingt Are ranglna- from
lie to 10c. according to grade.
POULTRY (Buying Firm with lit.
tie good stock offered, liens will bring
14C, ir in extra good condition more
Old roosters are poor at 8e to 10c, broil-
era nnng rrotn 11c to 34c, with good
WOOL (Buy:ng -Vool prices are
ranging from lie to 14.
MOHAIR (Uuylng Prices on no
hair have been way up. some having
brought aa h'xh ae 39c locally. Quo
tatlona are 37Hc and demand la atrong
HTOK9 (Buytng-Oreen hides. 60
to 6c; sailers, 6Hc to c; dry hides,
12e to 14c. Sheep pelts, 2Bc to 75c
DRIED FRUITS-Local prices are
firm at from 80 lo 10c on applea and
prunes. Peaches re 1c.
SALT Selling 60c to 0c for tine,
60 lb. sack, half ground 40c; 75 for
100 lb. sacks.
Portland Vegetable Markets.
..SACK VBXIETABHB8 - Carrots,
11.2517 11.50 per aack; parsnips, 1 15
'"'nips, 11.25011.50: beets.!
VEGETABLES Aanaramia a.n I
f " -a . na u '
1.75 per erata; rabbage, aew, II p.r I
uumKvuwrmni; cauliflower. 11601
Pr do,n; o'"". California. 75c
oc per doxen; cucumbers. fl.60
12.25 per doxen; eggplant. 15c per In.;
sarlic, 10cO12 per pound; lettuce.
60e per dosear; hothpuae lettuce, f 1.60
I2 per box; peas, CMle per
pound; peppers, 30c 36c per pound;
radishes, 15c per doxen; rhubarb, te
f..fT.r.pouD(1; Prows. N; tomatoea,
$2C 13.26. fc
POTATOES Oregon, jobbing price.
There's One Form of Investment
II never aiumpe in vaiue,
Its Integrity Is unquestioned.
The return la certain.
Principal Is alwaya available.
It haa no clamant af speculation.
It to a Savings Account in
The Baok of Oregon Qty
Tht Oldest Bank Is The County
D. a LA TO Ull ETTB Preeldeal
' 1 MKTra,
THT3 I FfPST NATiniMAT n.
of OREGON CITY , OREGON
Teaiteesla a tWeral Banking Buelneee. Open frsen I A, M. at
Oregon City Wood and Fuel Comply
F. M. BLUHM
Yeur wants supplied with any quantity of 4 feet ar 1 In,
llvered ta any part of City. Prleee, reasonable.
Pacific Main 350?
Cer. tth and Cta
nil! I All ;ea. and Jk.V fan BAva tae?tAr'C
a. aaa-aajBaaVBI ar Sal U .
A baudrad UMmaaad pa Ira Mildia aar.
DEXorzpTtont fiVa '":.. V
rtmne. very durable sad ln4 InalJe alia
saixcUlauslltjrof ruW-r. ahlrh tr
roatae poroaa and abh-h rluara an small
nin.iwn a lie iae
wa Save hunlrU of Mton Ir
MiHwuti ut ruMiiMiM . k.k ....... KA
or latca la a aaola aaaana. Thar uh ao morm Ih.a
a ereiaary ura, laa tmacmreraillliie mlu ealna?
ta aia aa rr 2.TT.?Vt" awaaj
, T rHi ri nvvanpuaiw pal
Sad Maa rim wn7"wa
$2 Ml per hundred; nw potatoes, 7c
7',-f per pound. .
ONIONS Jobbing prices; Oregon
12.75 per 100; Australian, 13 60 per
100; Texaa, 12.35 per crate; Califor
nia, ft per crate.
Don't throw your magazines and
periodicals away. There is
much Yaluable information in
them that will never be publish
ed elsewhere. The cost is little
OlCOil CITY BITWISE
Our boy will call for the mgl
azines if you Phone.
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Oregon City Stack Quetatlwia
IIOOH Hogs are quoted H
rrom 121 lbs. to 160 lb. tt, pea
160 Iba. to 200 Iba, I He. .
VEAL CALVES-Vsal calves arm
from So to lOe according ta grass.
DEEP STEERS "eel atstrt for
the local markets era fstcalaf
He live aeignt ' .
SHEEP mi urui at el ! K
HACON, URD and 1UM, arc Ira.
CATTLE MARKET II tTWNO.
Large Number of Bidders Ke
at High Mark.
The Portland Union Stock rireiie
ports aa follows:
Itecelpta on tms market tor J
week ending Saturday have ben wn
Cattle; IS calvea; 3061 kop;
sheep; 37 H. A N. h.
The oattle market hc rww"
steady to atrong and tkc t
prieea haa caused killers to
least possible qusnllty. The tnN
of more then the usual !
competitive bidders, bsa la
explained the nlfb line of P-
Th. bog market h
steady. Soma klllera cUlm
haa been a weakness but "
with tha river ' marketa thU ra"
shows a strong condition ' a
The sheep market was
an active demand and a clMr."""
mado of tha entire ofTerlnia
The horse market has
and tho uansactlona Indicate
rang of valuea. . '
Representatives aales n'e -
201 ft, era
4 Bulls ...
. 4 uraiters
' 3 Drafters
The Oregon CI
Arsenate of Lcod
lizy, Ct"c:.t end Tt