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OREGON ; CTTY, OREGOKf SUNDAY' MAY . 28, 1911.
Pkb Week, 10 Ccirn
BARED BY GATES
IT A MILLION" FINANCIt
AYS CARNCOIf OOT 12. WOH
t IN COMtlNC. "
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R7,f,ll.r roret U H Out (
40 Cot Oollf chwib
and Morgan AtWnd
WABHINOTON. Mi IT.-Tha blu-
of H" Tnni wm laid ur
by Jh W, 0- lh Houm
.i,iId oomraMtaf. H Wi ona
(h, orgnlra ot lh truaL Mr.
rt drMrllwl tha,rfuMl of An
' to, t'rnoK1 to b bound by iha
'..iWrwo'a MrMiwnti mai mam
d tht wrly dX W coroprililim
la U tnl bualna. . ' ,
T "ll Million" fliwr alo
f mllllona loall aa4. trUd
po.t lo Uratth: how"U Crn.'l
mini. pprtl4 i IKUCOOO.OOO. ra
rxrtDli M worti 3Z0,00.0O al
B0t wltnln 'h , lm . raqulrad l
mV irtnafar to Iha forpornlon;
of lh clh, I U lorntl day
bn Jobn D. Roc(fWIr wa 41 a
- nid from joining lo l1, c ratloo
of the irual., .. .. .v',
RrUtlnf bow CarnanU bad bean
fprcad to abandon ' plana tor axtend-
kf bl aiwl , bualnea. Mr. Gt
Irtnkly admitted tba combination waa
formed to tbrotthi (omptitloo, , and
that, wbinJohn D. Rockafaller bad
(M to antar lh atoal bualneaa,
oral aa put Ibrouib which forced
kin to all out for 40 cent a on Iha
. aollar. ' t "t
. Cbtraotarlala Mr. Carnatle aa a
" -bull la rhlna ahop," Mr. ()at ea told
,'(4 ft mMnUtMi4 ooO'araoco . . bitwoaa'
JiMlf. Cbarlc, M..cjiifab and J.
' P. Jlorin. at wcblht 8ta vor-
. .jumtlon aa. rancolvad. and aald tbat
u rrvultrd ' rn Carnaglaa aUlM
rtHtlri tor "hM -thfr'ti.",whrrh'"b
At 2 a m. -Daotar. plaaaa aama and da eamathUa for Ooarfl. Mo aooma to bo out Wa hood "
y YEARS DISCOVERED
D. C. LATOURETTC RETURNS TO
COURT PAPERS IN FA-
I. C. Iitouretta. tha well known
lawyer of thia city, Saturday emu la tod
tli grHduiiliou of hr aou. fu. Uuy i
Mminl. who baa been a atodent oi tne
Columbia College of Pbyalctaoa and
Riii-KMtna. After hla araduatlon from
. i. i i i ii ... in kA ...III .ni.. Iha K'.vl
York City lloniiltal. . DUr. Our Mount
wop.rirat place In tha competitive ex
amination out of a claaa of 18.
Mra. Mount la one of tbe promi
nent Orenon ploneera, having croaned
the platna In 18S2. Tbla will be her
firm trlD Raat alnce that time. She
will vllt tbe larite cltlea or the EaHt.
Hnd will return by way of Keokuk,
Iowa, her former home. .
WORKMEN ON BUSCH PROPERTY
UNEARTH BONES AND REL-
ICS OP DEPARTED TRIBE
STCE TABIE IS STWLELY KICKED
SkuH of Young Brave Indicataa That
Scalping Killed Him Indian
' Village Located en , (
; - site.
While excavatlnf on the Buch
propeity at Twelfth 'and Water atreeta
Saturday, workmen unearthed five
akeletona of Indiana, ami a flarg
none table uaed by the red men.) one
of the bravee had evidently been
acalped for there were cuU In the
ekull on both aidea and in rroni oi
the forehead. Many reltca of Indiana
were alao found. Including two .large
elk teeib. The teeth of tne man wno
waa evidenUy acalped indicate mai
he waa not tnorertnan tweniy-nvo
yeara of' age 'When he died. '' I
The akeletona and re I lea were found
.n a bluff overlooking the Willamette
Kiver.i ana it i ueuc.cw u
the alte of an Indian village, i ine
bodlea wera found under the roota of
a maple tree which evidently grew
after the burlala. Several of the
Bkeletona were abattered by the ateel
ecra pert. 'but the aknlla were in gooa
condition when fonnd. Soon after the
dlacovery waa made curio aoekera
put in an appearance and aeveral of
th ha atMtcimena were taken away.
Mr. Bunch conaidera the atone table
the moat valuable all the relica. It
la about three feet Jong and. two feet
wide. The top la amooth, and In the
aidea are many nlcka. For what pur
pose the - nlcka were uaed la not
known. The table la now resting on
-Ivor hank but Mr. Buach Intenda
to place It on exhibition In one of
ih. hulldlnea connected with hie
The management of the Clackamas Tb teeth of. tbe Indian, who is
tivA i t hnuffhi in navfj netju mimrr v
Southern Railway n-o yurvu-- " -""--,;: ;d m oertect condl-
large acrapere for ue In the gruiing -)Verml UekuUa crumbled
HOULD be selected with some care and T
t h o u g h t , I or graduates Jare wide--j
awake minds. -; A ptrchaae made at onr -v
store ,cannot fail U? please bece our;
name on a jewelry box means all that excels in
the jewelry line.. ' .;- ) ;
We buy with care ourseWes and use eY.ery
means possible to' five customers full valne for, v
Yahie receired. ; .
We have gifts which can be purchased at,.
prices to suit the conrcfjuX J; .
CUFF - BUTTONS-"
La ' VALHERE8
- WATERMAN FOUNTAIN '
SOUVENIR SPOONS '
u. ... -a.nr-t fultw xik von a inaoact the etoek die-
, played in our show window. Should you not see what yW
want, come Inalde, where every courtesy will be extended
to yoa. " "''
Suspension BrxJe Cor. ,
SCRAPERS PROVIDED FOR GRAD
ING NEAR CREEKMEET'
Na IS CALLED.
25 Pound Salmon Shipped. .
Brown A'Reckner ahlpped to Call-
. i. irf iha PArtlunit omiii I nn Satiirriav I morainf a 15-
w bO,' reralting q errand she tu L,uni aalmon, the Chinook bftngwork 0n . tbe line beyon-leweU I aftpr .ipoBed to the air for a
eskrd lo perform-thlrtr ', b"""' packed In Ice. The oeatmauon waa r . ecrjspera ar of the latest I hort time.
lost no1 farther Ome In bortortnlng It ,a w. Morris, Santa Barbara. ,n.t by
Twenty yearn -aW-'Mr. LtoureUe
got Mint papera la a suit from the
ciihrt hoaae'.' and. ' altboogh1' a court
ruleUMrfh5ir!hit ttrortteya shall not
tltoep paoi'rs more than -twenty-four
hotrrt," Mr.. Loorette."- through on
oversight, did no? rHertr 'The' paera
r' ttdiif Jiatt.fd-r; ; :. I'l " .
n I nMfiuMra 'werw-iir 'Tim sun ui
James M. Moore filed. In J7S f Sni
ii.. Willamette Trsnaportatlon k
TOiBE HELD TODAY;
. - li.l a a. sit iiivui e A. iinn.
Ijnck Company, the propeny oi wnicn VETERms wiui. , well nnder way Interest amoux
WILLAMETTE HALL AND
MARCH TO CHURCH.
-ttniip mnitirrtft nil IT -
.lll'lh Ull'l I II IV hi ir
' AU haa retired from practice, and K. U g : pgnl t Eplacopal ; d '
UTOR AND KOESTNEH MAVt y, th other attorney, la dead. ,'ch1 Rev Charle W. Rob-''
EVERYTHING, AND SCORE IS W". H. route, who wis th rk o f t he n(((( orfctllngf ,d ,t the First
model ami u is inougnt nat by using
k.m miio of the eroding can be
made at an expenae of $1200. Work
will be atarted thia week tn the Bea
v.p rreek neighborhood, and that ua-
ler way In other places will be rapt
A meeting haa beeir called tor
Tnaadav afternoon at Meadow brook,
which It Is expected will be largely
attended by the farmer of that aec- EACH HAS T0 WAIT FOR HOM
Since i no wwm i -
now belonira to the Portland IJght A
inwr ComDsnv. Mr. Mixire auei to
obtain poasosslon of a atrip of land
lily feet wide, wdlrft in reauiy was
the canal locks. W. Carey Johnson,
one of the attorneys for Mr. Moore,
tha midenta haa arradually Increased,
and It Is believed that many more of
. 1 them will aubscrlbe for stock' at the
i maettnev The ranld progress made In
grading has opened tbe eyee of the
IN ENDLESS CHANGE
A moving puxile. or ptmle
CLASS OF FIVE PROMOTEO;-
West Oregon City Schools to Have
Exercises Thursday Night
A clasa of five puplla In 'the West
Oregon City schools Is to be promoted
from the ninth grade to tbe tenth next
Thursday night.. As this school doee
not receive -pupils above the ninth
grade It -will be ieceasary for . these
pupils to enroll with the second year
High School class In Oregon l-Uiy
next September If they remain at
borne and continue ' their education.
The clasa constats of Wallace Papoun,
n.imnnii Parker. Carmen gcnnvtoui.
Joseph Armstrong : and Elxanore. Pa-
. .. ' m
The following program wiu in
dered at the West uregou acwi
house next Thursday wgni at
o'clock: ' ,
In anil' Aeenmntlshment. . .V . . . . .
C . r. Anderson. Principal
Whie-Poor-WlU Song a Pupils
nlaHa Hlatorr : . . . .
...Joseph Artnatrong. Ninth Grade
Address. ."Oooortunlt A" ...-....i.i
.....T. J. Gary. County 8upt-
n... 9mi Vmorv Bella.
Miss Hattie G. Brown ana miss reu
Address, "The Quitter,". .-t.
,-, .professor J. Dean Butler
Valedictory-'; i .OCaraaen Bcbmldll
"Tnoae Evening BelU.-..w.-PP11
. ' ... , . I J . . .. I . II... .Wain llir 11. " l , . ' . .1 4 1 flr. t am
Memorial servicea win oe nem ur i DaMie gnd now that me compieuuu moving an euuitw . ------ i presentation oi promouuu
and earlr MMrraMon of the twui is aa- ana near vjregpn v-n.j c. L Gray, t-nau-mau iw "
1 there Is no reaaon why every week. The solution is as ' rectoi
- i .v.. olf aari i-untv who has Th- IulS Rail place at uiaaaiou"
al I I III mill uiikibhimb, Iftgi BHJU IU vsasj vn j I - ' w - II '1 1
County Court hn tn uii w rhnrrh Rv. 8. A. Harworth ' nmv lrt nvt .hould not buy some waa recently purcnaaea oy ?-'"
ir Lr A11 ekn wait at 1 , to-.il'ei 1 I .. .1. -a.il.
The aervlcei at 8t Paul a of lhe ltock
-.ajaT "PA UATUIMfl. I. ,r .Lv avaa alt.
....a. a 1 I ltl'l lanvisaaa,. a. - - .
iirnev for tbe defendant, aiea aeverai ...,. ,, in-30 o'ctocn in
. . - I V IIUIVU " ' n - ----- - . .
n. n IfO I.. .nil .1 tha First BSDtnW,
continued Juoge a u. . T"h Church at 7:30 in tne evening. u
membera of Meade Poet win aasent-
, PORTLAMIX, Or May
,cil.) McCredle'a men
IU--M . --' . .j ,, A-IA-A
. aaM i hjt riu m aa n itru. iuu
tftir losing streat tooay wnen o. . .d nir..... v. --
r.nclco defeated them, in a fcotiy .U,T.: w. . .h.rlff at the ' l wiuameu- n- v
Hi...m. hv a acora of one to 1 1 o. n'ry. '' T""i " V
w- - . . i i - la. ii vina in krurwauu. mi.
aoihinr it. was one or tn
-nVv.ToT. heard by Judge C B. Bellinger, who
I"11" w"" . . . I A (ha Harlalnn or Judge
he lifted a home run over the rignt r'-' "" WM ,ftel.
. . . . a. 1.1 -au VLrK avw ai I
. .rmmda thia aa- Moore oniainoa iw
. .- wah h Mnmr.
VH. I lie IIIUV WBJ f-wa. W I A etKa.
a. . - . . . . naw a..iA I HhSIIIiri. al
naid fence in the eignm. tioin b -, ni.irirt Judae.
. a itlaa IHA I Wirn I UIIVU uianv . - - -
ana Koesiner nsa aiTriiui, aa
a t i . . inaiBi i inn nis eitou u
ntaia making tnree n. ,hrM lc-ptlons. every
io. The attenaance was ni 1 ,h ,h .i,. famous
.he game was exciting IbrughonL P!r!nv..CTrttc:PMr ' LatouT..:
ia.mwjaaa-aawawSS-a I IRW M- " , . ,
I. a. - Kuna.f. tim th trier k s
The Roadatere loal a spectacular oorrowru
. . t
same oy m acorv di
Following were the results Satur
I'aciric Coast League Sin Frano!
eo i. PortUnd 0: Vernon 8,- Oaalatid
C; Sacramento 4, Los Angeles 1
tterth western League Victoria 6,
Porliui4 .j; Tacomn 12. Beattle
:Hpokaae 4. Vancouver 0.
National League rNew Yorlt I
rblladelphla 0: Brooklyn 9. Boaton S;
'Cincinnati 1. Plttaburg 0: Chicago 7!
S'8i. Louis 6. - -( -
' linariaaa ;Ta.aaiia. Philadelphia
2. JSew York 1-8; Detroit 9. St. Louis
3: Cleveland . Chicago S; Washing
.ion S, Beaton 4.
. Considered aa Possible
Ambassador to Germany. ,
ELKS MIME 14;
20 KORE ELIGIBLE
SITE FOR HOME TO BE DETER
MINED AT MEETING ON
llama, the Ralla moving to Monitor,
where they have ranch. Kr. Wil
liams haa taken possession of tae
Rail place, and Fred Ely of this city,
having purchased the Wllliama place,
took possession on Saturday.- George
Young moved into too r-ij r""""'
.a .v.. niara he lust vacated was
' - - ... .
purchased by a Mr. be wis. mr. -y-aiaa
forced to move from the place
near Division street, as that waa pur
.v...j k Professor Buchanan, of
cuaacu J ... . .
Canby. E5ach family was ""'"i
the other to move, ana
daya the tranafer companies of this
city were doing a land-ofice business.
! COUKCIL SETTLES
- . - . a.. .. .a.ai4lAal
ATRIP BELOW UUPB.moivr
BRIDfJE DECLARED TO BE
LON0 TO STATE.
-rt.. .nntroverav OTeT the owner
Bhln of the amp o isnu "
front Just below the sneinaton
K-iH ... aettled at a meeting of
. . . ....... I .v.. Mt f'nuncii aiumi
ORE' RELIEF MO.o when It was declared that the prop
.i st? r,":t WtUtF0Mt0erty belonged to the state, but wm
CHICAGO. MaT-Eliven death, --'tS. J.d ct.on o ,
mnnrted today as a result of waa mad hr j. w. Moffett for use of
n.e"npreoederte4 heat wave. Boores the property aa a dumping place 'or
rne "'n" .-.r,i f these ana nd gravel. It was announced
.... nmatrated. and several OI tneae i
. 17 v . i iiiii a uiini iii.n. n i i a nan umiiaic
ere xeeted to die. The tempera- thal ,t owne( th property and Sad
..... ahnva .Bi and was accom- paid the taxes on It It was shown.
IUI-J " Ww.w - I - ,U. ,V. l.M .1. .1
nani-d h dense humidity. Relief now.vor. .... .r...w ...
.-4 I iiiini. -3'-.
predicted toraofwsr aus(. , . quence, Is state property. Tho courts
. . . . . m ..iv... r ins anai. . I . k m h.i . 1 1 i.n
Uispatcnes iron. ----- i pave ropei' . n...... rv,.l. vlll tome
tnwn. tell almllar stories, St, Louis the river not above, me uauai nign nd be escorted to w. r-. - ...
Tha pik. of Of-ea6fl Mty. at
meeting Friday night, inll toted four
teen members, and twenty more will
be Initiated at a meeting on jana .
This will bring the total membership
np to 110. and it Is expected that the
number will be Increased to 300 be-
...... .ha anil of the year. After m
"w - - - . - m j.M
Initiation, refreshments were BerYBU- Chii DRCN ENTHUSIASTIC uva.n
ROSE SHOW PARADE-
PRIZES ARE OFFERED
and an Informal entertainment was
S'v0- . .. " v
II Is expected mat a suo 101 a uui
will be agred upon at the next meet
ing. Because oi a aeieci m i
to a part of the property, the Hawley
PLANS FOR UNIQUE (.
PAGEANT. , Is,
" 1 1
. . . . n.nna ill iuu . .vm
lota on Main street. " " -1 ":.-. of tb. Clackamas Coun-
and Eleventh, wnicn n -u... . - promises
been agreed upon, nave oeen rej- py ' .;a .nd novel affair.
tbe owners arrange o give -r-r. . mtle ones In
title to the property it may yet ner , w... -- - 0rl,,
Haveral do- Band, and arrangements have been
slrable locations are under
other alte will be cnosen o-ver-. ..... -----,.. for u,, beat
alrable locations are unaer n. ,ivlnc district In
tin. Anions have been given on exmu.i '"-.--' ",.Av nm-
r" .r'. Main street and on Water addition to in. i -- .',
l V ' . j
viHail Persona from wouni n
Willamette snd other sections i.?ve
expressed a desire to be represented
fn the parade, provided a I.PirjU
, COUNCIL TO ENTERTAIN.
Dancefor Monday. nas frQm ouV,lde
rectorew, a, P ? i ,
RDaniiATING .CLASS .HAS. DE
- LIGHTFUL TIME AT HOME
OF MRS. 8COTT.
; rlincn, record . w.atbe. and water marges to the .ate.
Ih, schools there will remaliTclosed I ;;7ru"tlon ,n Dstrlct No. 6 ws. ap- A't both churches seats will be m l
eiia i i a Tha wnrk wu D on i RT I larvAil for tn veiftrus .
aV ntW 1 a a anA nBli Af NlUltl
' : xif.u-, vrinnffirown. j u.. uiiiot iirrr, ' I " n.LiH
- i, u-i.ht. and aat exhibit tnai cum v
,"TnrtHl.. - of Oregon City.
teita.nm.nt and dance In woojn-n , "r the best. ex-
Hall next Monday ev.n,,. ----- a f,rat M(,
for a girl, and two prizes for the
comical exhibits. The parsde is
iv. .... . - . . i .k. aires Ot
... r-ir. .rtH nrum Corps ano mm- r . u.toI r.rr I onen to cnuaren om -
-wer p.V a prs Nations, GuanL PUino joio nd ,4 year. .--'
w akJttai r 'tBisB i si rim a outui -
- The graduating class of the High J
School was enierutiucu uiv
Ingly Saturday night by Ray Scott, a
member of the clasa. at the borne of
Mrs. E." W. Scott. Mrs. Scott, who
assisted tn receiving, was a moat de
lightful hostess, and everyone had an
enjoyable time. There were music
and gamea and a mot d0g&t(ul din
ner was served." Every member of the
cJaos made a ahort talk. The prises In
the games were won by Harry Smith.
Haxel Tooxe and Zeta Andrews. Those
present were: I J l
Miss Bess Warner, Hasel ,Tooxe.
Margaret McCullough. Maud Parks,
Madge BrlghtbllU Louise Bente, Ethel
Kidder. Zeta Andrews, Ethel Pursl
fall.Fay Baddorf. Bernlce Dawson,
Evelyn Harding. Bothwell Ayl-on,
Ray Welsh. Milton Noble, Thornton
Howard, Frank Clark,. Harold Smith,
Fred Baker. Ray Scott. ... . - if '
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IS DELIVERED TONIGHT
The baccalaureate sermon to the
graduating- clasa of the Oregon City
High 8chool will be "delivered at T:0
o'clock this evening by Rev.ic. ,w.
Robinson at St. . Paul s Episcopal
Church.' . The sermon will be one of
the features of graduation week.
.( r.i, -M' te-'T
BOARD POSTPONES ACTION UN
TIL' SPECIAL' MEETING- ON
Teachers In Grades Aak Increaae o
25 per cent Over Present
' Seal Vacancies to
- " Be Filled. "
The board of directors of the city
schools Saturday night wrestled with
the election of teachers for the corn
ice school year nntll close to midnight
and then adjourned until next Wednes
day evening, whon a coeJerence will
be held between tbe directors and a
committee of three teachers .relative
to the petition of the local pedagogues
for an Increase In salary. Until this
conference is neld ne action,. wUl be
tAken ' br the ' board relative, to the
salarlea of teachers tor neat year.
Under , the present schecme, w
grade teachers receive a minimum of
56 and a maximum of $60. while the
teachers in the Sign scnooi .
$78.-- ,-''' - e
Teachers In the grades have peti
tioned the directors for an. increase
of 25 per cent over he present scale,
while the high school teacher are
asking tor an advance to $90 a. month.
The board baa invited tbe teachers to
send three representatives to the con
ference, one to come from the East
ham building. . one from the .Barclay
and the third from the high achooL
There are still several racanctea
existing In the corps of teachers, and
these will probably be filled; at next
Wednesday's meeting. .' -;. ,,
Because of the lateness of the hour,
the -boerd deferred i the election of
high school teacher until Wednes
day though Miss Esther Johnson waa
re-elected . principal ' i of J the high
school. Miss Ida Mae Smith was re
elected Instructor In domestic sci
ence,' and Miss eme McDanlell. waa
again chosen aa drawing Instructor.
There are four vacancies tax the
grade to be filled, as several of this
year's teachers were not applicants.
The following grade teachers were
elected- Saturday night:
Anna ' T. 8mlth, MTe.., Helen F.
Grliax, Nleta Harding, Mra. Guaeie L.
until the situation Is relieved.
and other i Industrial
V ,n proved. The work wUl be on Tay- aerved for the reterans ano b exhbm ,,.Mlss Zlmmermann
Gary, Lr street and part of Ninth street, Rev. Hay worth's subject will be, ' The uupexn ,,,.j0hn rinucane
. i - in .ml inn . i Hiara ana Miriufs. nu n.w. .- tlhi Mrnrs....i t .. j
tnrt .nrf other , nduatriai cemm- in T.7" ". ..i. in ra. --a.ni ' . .imii.r theme. Reciiauon - o-.rfiM.Boom to Be Close- Mr...B
whe're large stel m.,1. are located, rsvjr. ju. w- bTen Con- ArgeT.nU '"'EWSLth-
a m a . ava. Mini. I i..a.iH avns-n w nw if l i Vab t r am garvinM I ii os Bin m v. mBiiiui ipit l " - I r'iM-twaiiar i new ne-w iruvno a
work has been renuceu. io ,trnrtIon at isngineer...- y.KT .T:.-;' ' i.a. at RecluUon y"Z I. r-Z. h..- arrived and are i
a an., i aa i . a ini rntr nr i wk i u hot wnirn win a:tr nas i n l ui v..-" - uiaa VAivmar iiiuinu wj ... m
mum. at men cannot endure me improvi - : : ;nd mt 8hlwew Halt aed PIno spio ::: ':Z:Z aa rapidly as pooieor
aireei. ju- . - UAimtsin viw uuaneiie " " -' -,a nm.ni cm or tae puouc.
I v a. i r m i urr- i tntHnr i . . ai .
v LIBRARY BOOKS ARRIVE.
. w.ivuaa rnn BOAST.
... . :
several Important orainancea i
i meeting Monday night.
OUY MOUNT WINS HONORS.
a the ceremonies at
.Miss Volkmar Library have
.in vi. rhrb arranged as
ette """'L-" ''-"-1 ,ha In.nartlon
nrlll K. at lu oi o. ir-e - . . ,-idrable
- i will rtsuiiei - -- - ...
. .. .. 't ..in-m the booka . the library eviii
All breeding and grow . - . . lm TopprBg(
make sows- ru-w- -i , ,hMr. Halem. will be
hev feel better, oi mm a'-" " -- ' .m
in Oregon City an u. w-a. -
. .. . ' . " I . 1 ...... A. I 1...
a' irttiwaat-e Mother Leaves for New Torn kA ,. , VB.r 0f ' ' - .... '...t.ed the,
- uregon uy-r- -- . 0r,au,t0B Exsrclsee. ; mat ner " h ' train and I A flock of twenty four nens oeion-- ,t. Voome for puWIo tnspec-
! "!? ' ! MrrS? 5 Mount, of SUverton, w 0 age w run om by traln.nd Pet of Sand Point. J, ope the whlClx wUl
; ..regon - F-.r. e--.. - b y-,ef- much nnea.ln... 1. M by -U l"---;
I daymo-nlng for New York to attend family. .!': '.v'. . . . T - , V
Hull, Mr. Pearl Oref or artlldge.
Mrs. " EsteTIa Salisbury' Cbrlstobel
Jewett, Marjorle CanflelcL'Mnude Ma
son, Marcla Roralg. Rome. SUford.
Cilv Supennienaent loose, .a. j.
FreoL principal of the Barclay build
ing, and N- W. Bowlana. prlocipai ot
the Eastham building, were re-elect
ed by thei t.dlrectors i several weeks
- . ,
- Wife Sua, Alleging Desertion.
Effle E. Johnson has filed a suit .
for divorce against John D. Johnson. ,
fb whotn ah was married .July 15,
1892. at Ashland. Or. She avers he.
deserted 'her April 15. lM- They ,
have, one child. .Maud Johnson,,
aged five years. Mrs. Johnson de
elree to resume her maiden name or
Kennedy. . '
: n may not be praetlcle for all to
have it but the man wlro ha plenty
of milk has an advantage- W raising
o 5 to 20 Act4f Fafaiar Wotf'i-Oregoti City
We have seversl. buyers waiting and many ccoin
If your; place Is for safe and the price riht come .and
see os at once.-
J '; i VI . . it' '"I ''
W. F. SCKOOLEY & CO.
9 Phenei Pacific M-SO. Heejr A-1SSi , f Main tV Ortrr C
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