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UORKINa ENTEiaItlia, TUESDAY, MAY 30 1911
Oayz Hosiery for
Ifea Womea And
WE WILL SPECIALISE ON
BARGAINS ALL WEEK
Every Department Offers Some Extra
Prices: Some glaeawar values, SOo to 15c, for 10c; regular 6c
shelf paper, 3c; 10c bruahea for 5c; 30c and 25c brushed for 10c; t5
box paper for 15c; 10c tablets, Te.
and Hundreds of other items at such ridiculous low
prices that yoo will want them as soon as yoo see
them. A lot of Straw Hats for women, girls, bovs
and men at abort yoor own price. ' Always some
617 MAHJ ST.
It Proved to Be More Imift
, try Than Real
By Clarissa Mackle
Copyright by Amerleea Fleas Asso.
Don't enry the well
dressed womaa Boy
Extra Specials on.
PLflfIS ARE ARRANGED
FOH BIG ROSE PARADE
GIRLS AND BOYS TO DECORATE
FLOATS PRIZES ARE
The committee on the parade ' of
the rose snow to be given by- the
Clackamas County kos Society met
at the home of Mrs. J. L Waiuroa
Monday afternoon and. lhe plan for
the parade were completed. This
committee is composed of Mrs. J. L
Waldron, Mrs. Clarence Fair, Mrs. 8.
S. Walker and Mrs. o. D. Eby. The
children who wish to participate -in
the floral parade - may communicate
with the committee. The children, on
the day of the Rose show, which will
be Saturday, June 10. will assemble
at the Seventh Street Park at 12:30
townanip 6 south, ranee l east;
The Sandy Land Company to re'er
Swanlofa 1 and t. block 4. Second
Addition to Sandy; $325.
Julia Ann and J. II. H. Anderson to
Otto H. Kulper, 20 acres, section 1,
township 2 south, range 3 east; $2000.
Atathias and Agnes Justin to Ethel
Funk, all that pan of Tract "I First
Addition to Willamette Falls Acreage
Myrtle O. and H. M. Metcaif. J. E.
and Nellie Maloy to Adolph and A I
vina Walter. 80 acres, of section 23,
township 3 south, range 2 east; $10.
J. a Glover to C. C. Woodcock, land
in section 31. township 1 south, range
5 east; $10.
The sun burned' like mallgnaut eye
orer the Panama town.
Sunday was the dullest da la the
week for the corps of American engi
neers, stationed here, and tbey were
lined along the veranda, cool took Inn
In white linen, feet on ralllrig.-sntok,
tag after luncheon cigars. A native
Haitian eerrant went to and fro with
t tray or iced drinks. Now be paused
before Lester, with n suggestive Jlugle
Lester shook his head negatively.
"If one must die In this hole." be told
hie companions. Ml prefer not to take
the rholera route, thank you."
"No use to trying to dodge tronble.
I say," drawled Burton. He rolled a
cigarette and scratched a match along
Lester watched Burton'e thin, dark
face flame Into color In tbe light of
the flaring match cupped In bis palm.
He had known Barton for two years
before they had both joined tbe force
which waa pnablpg tbe "big ditch" to
lie hitched hla chair a little closer
tqBurton'a and laid a hand on hla
"Well. Ralph." the other asked
quickly aa be flung aside tbe burnt
match with a nervous geeture.
Lester sank back. In his chair. "Ob.
nothing," he said rather awkwardly.
"I wanted to say something, that's alt.
but I've changed my mind. Forger It."
"Fire away," said the other reck
lessly. "I've bee expecting you'd
light on th me. but I think I csn antici
pate all you'd say. I know I'm going
straight to rain, that I'm drinking my-
SOCIAL CLUB GIVES DANCE.
Greenpoint Organization to Have An-1
ether in June. ' '
ine ureenpoint social viub Held aj
most enjoyable dancing party on Sat
urday night at the Willamette Hall,
when about 50 danced to the music
furnished by the Willie orchestra.
fh.k aIi.V - . 1 . f . I
,. i ar vi.u waa revruuy uraaaizeu, ana
"clock, where they will be assigned tnl" " l&e second pajty given. Au
thor positions. other will be given in June. Tbe com-
' The Girls' Band of Oak Grove, will ! m,u having charge of. the dance
lead the procession, which will be ! composed uf Mia. Mile Cross,
on Main street. All the-floats will Mr- Burns. Mrs. Walter Symee
be decorated by children. Prius are i "na Mr- Henry uenningsen.
to be given, and many of the girls 1
this city are already
and boys of
Prtres will be offered: First, for
th most artistic play vehicle; sec
ond, for the most artistic boy's ve
hicle; third, for the most originally
decorated vehicle, either boy or girl.
Entries are to be limited to toy ve
hicles, doll carriages', velocipedes,
express wagon, coasters, go-carts,
etc, A prize will be offered for tbe
most artistic division composed of
children from sections outside the
Seems like It would be more relish
to eat pork raised on fine qasture
man mat raised in a dirty small qen.
eetled with hntwMiiiiH e tinder
ruriou regard of lb whit men
"Well, what didiou Itud uutr de,
uisuded Leater, pouring tbe coins lujo
the blmk'a ready palm .
"The man sava be came from the
Jungle yonder-It Is half a day's Jour
ney to bis hut"-l.tils healtatrd as If
at a loss fur words; inon, cluicblng the
money tightly to his bund, he added
hurriedly: "The feverib fever-his
mother Is dying of Ibo fever, hu.I he
craves that vue of tb learned aeiiora
will return and cure l,n ,u ,,ln,,f
root." i -,
At a call from within the hotel the
black man picked up bis irsy and de
parted, while the engineers stared at
each other with uncvitiiln eyes.
Burton's lean jaws hud suspped but
at tbe word "fever." Ills durk'eya
were flxed on tbe form of tbe wild
Indian, ttow ataQdlug dejectedly, lu Jbe
"He aald 'fever,'" remarked Stcvena.
with a sickly smile. "I shouldu t
think they would allow tbe folio
around, you know."1
"Hie mother's dying." said lister
There was an uncomfortable psu.e.
Suddenly Burton leaped to his feet
and disappeared Inside. When bis
footsteps bad censed Stevens isugbed
bla little cackling utterance of amuae-
.' "By Jove, but Burton bss certainly
got 'em bad! I suppose be'll try to
drown that bad Impression with n
quart or two,"
Aa If by mutual consent the group
of men dissolved, and only lister was
left De seemed to be waiting for
some one. and 'while be waited be
pulled out a little pocket medicine
case, satisfied himself that there was
plenty of quinine and other necessary
remedies, went Into. the bar for a flask
of whisky and waited.
All at one Burton appeared in the
doorway, n straw covered bag In oite
band. On hla bead was a pith helmet
nis eyes met Lester's strslghtly, con
"I'm going." be said shortly.
"I knew It." nodded Leater. "I wse
waiting for you becaime I'm going too.
I haven't forgotten that time when, aa
we were surveying In the Adlromlacka
and Leeta broke hi leg. you carried
him for miles. Ob. well. If you object
to reminiscences r
"It's his mother, you know," ei
"I understand." wild the other gen
tly. "Shall we start r .-"'
"Ready. I've got a water bottle In
rt 4) '"
They went down Into the road and
signified to the Indian that tbey would
aci-nmpany Mm. The look of Joy that
overspread his faro moved the white
THE LAND OF
No. 1327. Hemenym.
The Mlans srs aft load of pets
Thl sv.n Hills MaUal
la not ronlenlaU till (he gsta
The lh isbls.
The nslchbors think this a dlagrsee, '
Aad ft vee may b able
To aw thai iheae faulinndars place
Tbe ea (hair table.
Curtail that which a thrifty farmer
'never allowa lu his gsrdeu and leave
to be linyr- Curtail part of a wlndo
and leave a kitchen veaael. Triply cur
tall asm'llon of a novel and leave a
Ne. 132 Charades,
With rtrat you handle snd esrS,
With aeoond yos lurm.nt.'
Mr whole will tins rtght ohewUy
' To show a full eontant,
I flr( my books to larn ths wsy
That I may maka my wnois;
My second la a luvaly thins
And on will Bhaar the aouL
I'm eftae by sntbltloaj lad.
My whole has h.lpad some that have wed.
la spring ths boys aiy flrst dlaplay-
In aaniM that coma (rem March to Msyt
My nest wh.n sakl of boohs Is bad.
Rut on aome days may make us alad ,-
My whole's a word arewa from a fair
And showy thlna thai war sold there.
' r - - IV.
My flrst s fruit ofluaelous kind:
Of water th east you slways find; .
My third a madloln or drink.
A poUoa to mankind. I think; . .
la every Una toy fourth la saeo-
A waful vewal do I moan;
My laat Inoiudas both you sod ma.
peak I ham laaat bar, than you'll see
My whole aa order of barbs will be.
It's long anausb t serve for a tree.. ,
A marry party etarlad out one day. '
My laat among them, clad In One array.
And sU th oourtiars la Ihalr huntlns aar.
Keady to hoot my grst should I hay as
The vivid lightning flashed, the thunder
The rain In torrent earn, th.lrdooiw wss
t t& r
With acr hsat aark one te ah. liar dad.
The gam forgot; they had my what la-
Ne. 1330. Riddle.
An adjecUv. I. that am often apollad
To a low country 4ln the aaa.
I'm almpla. I'm small Hv totlara In all
Thoush I'm really faahlosad with thra.
With tbra and with rivet t lh vary
And harder to cemnrahand: -"
' la tha nliMu I'm a ..... w a.
Aa they followed his Impel nous lead BU,. .h ' "
tbe manager of the hotel ran down toT And nrty at tit har and.
Intercept their Journey and to aay that Tou'lt end in my center a wnmsa's nam.
he reerettMl that ba miiil.l nni mm. ""I m I'll or nnt.
oodat. them on their-remrn from th. Tnd t ZLL 'tr"
fever district If he did he would loae I
RICHES AND HONORS
III aUSLli OAKKM
REV. C. W. ROBINSON DELIVERS
Rsal Estate Transfers.
Tbe following are the real estate
transfers that have been filed in the
once of the County Recorder: Z
W. H and Laura Moore et al. to
Moore Investment Company, go acres 1 graduating class of the High School,
of section 8, township 2 south, range "which wss delivered Sunday even
2 east: $10. : Ing by Rev. C W. Robiuson at 8t
Fred J. NlotLto D. A. and Ada E. i Paul's Episcopal Church, was attend
Dtnsmoor. land m Shaw's Annex to ed by all members of tbe clasa and
Tbe baccalaureate sermon to the I "
Oregon City; $2'0
T. Leonard ("barman et al
bames Thommen. all ...f lt .:
August and Anna Erickson to Kt
net H- 8atherUnd. 4 acres of Ezra
Fisher donation land claim: tlO"".
A. Lindgren and Mary E. Lindgren
o Hermann A. and Katherinn Thee,
12 acres of section 15. township 1
south, range 2 east; $1700.
J. A. aad Ella F. Lash to C. E. and
Sarah A. Xininger, lot 13. 14
3C. Hyde Park: $10.
many grown persons. The church
as crowded and many persons who
tlcsired to hear the sermon were un
atfr to gain admittance to the edifice.
Mr. Robinson took as his text, "Ask
hat shall give thee." He pointed
out the difference between the wis
dom of this world and tbe wisdom
of the next. "King Solomon," said
the minister, "Just before the first
temple was erected was asked by God
in a vision the word of the text.
block ' H-n"t would be the answer of the
average citizen of today to this que-
Howard N- Smith and wife to Ea-; "n. Asg wnat I shall aire thee.' . In
tacada State Bank, lot 2. block 18, : stMd ot demanding of God ricbea and
Es'arada; $225. ; honors, he replied: 'I am a little
Jams O. Linn to R. G. and Emma 'child; give thy servant an understand-
J. PalmMeer. lots 7 and 8. block 17. ! inK part!'"
Ea'acada: $10. , The preacher then went on to show
Joseph Dobbins to Cato Parellus, ' now much more important it waa to
laud in Clackamas County; $liy. 1 have the knowledge of the way of
jianrarer nite to Georee Wines, aaivauoo man me way to gain earth-
J" acres, swtjon 34. townhip 2 south
range Z east; I000.
Eastern Investment Company to
Franklin K' Mueller, southeast quar
ter of rrrth",&st quarr of Section 34,
township 4 south, ranee 2 eftst; $1.
J. u srd Bcrtba .)t,4 to Ann Rid- through faith and knowledge In Jesus
inps, Z j", acrtrs r.-t .ctlor r, and 8. 1 Christ - ,
iy rtcnes and honor. Ma -iri.
I pointed out to tbe young graduates
. the necesMity of preserving their in
nocence, at the cost of every effort,
; I uf If it were ever lost to remember
' the only . way of reralnin it waa
OREGON CITY, ORE.
Remnants Offered at a Sacrifice
1 piece 12 ft by 2 ft $2 45
1 piece 12 ft. x 17 ft i 23
1 piece) 11 ft x 15 ft 4ln 17.00 '
1 piece lift a 15ft bin n.50
' 1 piece lift x IS ft 51n 17.00
1 piece Roxbury 25 1-3 yds. 137.60 now
$26.90; 1 piece Twenty Wire Brussels
carper. 11 yds, $J.0; 1 piece Axmln
ster Moquetto, IT 1-3 yds., $25.50, bow
$1.00; 1 piece Fancy Brussels, 23 yds.
tlS CR .14 4a. .i. r. !
13.30 Velvet, 18 H yds, $27.50, now $20.35-;
13.00 1 All Wool Ingrain, 16 yde, $12.00
t rla-JT1S .!I1,H. A..-, . f ' r " PteCO All Wool BtaMT Car.
. ' . : - Pt, yds, $4.9$, now $3.98.
WH GIVE TRADING STAMPS
You a Subscribe to the
self to death, that I'm an easy mark
for fever, that next pay day I'll be
dropped from tbe roll iwcause of tbst
Ortssgo blunder, but. diixh It all. Ralpb.
I can't help itr
"Help wbatr asked Lenter bluutly.
"Help being afrsld."
"Afraki: Afrsld of what 7" '
"Oh. I don't know Yes, I do kuow.
and I tnigbt as well make a clean
breast of my cowardice. I'm afraid
of the fever."
Tou'v lost your nerve, and you'll
suffer till yoo get It bark attain." sold
Lester. "Can't you get leave of ab
senc and take a Bulling trip out to
ear . , '-.. .
"No leave of absence for me. I'm
slated to be flred." said tbe other
. "Then be ready to make good In an
other direction -when you are fired.
Don't let this Job throw you down for
good. Don't be a quitter, that's what
I mean." ended Ralpb. "Oh. look
wbo's here?" He stared at a strange
figure that cam down the length of
tbe bot street propelled Into tbe air by
leaps and bounds, followed by an ab
surd bop, skip and Jump .Trailing in
his wake were the riffraff of the 'own.
A flicker of Interest ran through the
group on the hotel veranda. They
leaned forward, elbows 00 the railing,
end waited for the approach of the
Presently be pansed before .the veranda-
and addressed them in a wild.
Incoherent incomprehensible speech.
Ragged and unkempt with matted
black balr growing low on his fore
head, be peered from rolling eyes et
the white men. His speech became e
passionate appeal for something which
nobody understood. He waved away
with swift Impatience e large glass of
whisky and sods which Stevens good
naturedly sent down to him. He shook
his mad locks angrily at the handful
of cigarettes that followed. He bellow
ed with' rag when food was proffered I
Meantime th crowd laughed and Jeer
ed. Nobody appeared to understand
bis language; not a word could be
translated of bis rambling appeals.
Lester held np a handful of money
to tbe black servant "This for you.
Lnla. If yod can And out wbnt the
msn wants." he said In Spanish.
The naltlsn grinned and darted -to
the afreet where be conferred with a
stranger.-, A low mutter came np from
them, and Anally the stranger tnrned
Impatiently away, while Luis uttered
a few word In ,the vernacular that
scattered the crowd like chsff. Then
bo sauntered to th versnd sod
all ble patronage, and as they knew
they wereTsklng s rlk-
"Park onr things and hold in readi
ness for orders," an Id l-eater as tbey
moved on. "As if tbe fever were not
already among as." be added.
The Indian moved ahead at a slow
trot and tbe Americans followed him
at a moderate pace unfit aMsst th
outer wslls of the Jungle closed be
hind them. Here tbey wound slong a
slnnous trail overhnng with creepers
that drooped from tbe tall tree.
There was s. rank, damn smell of
tropical growth and the occasional
flash of a bright uued pnrrakeet or
tbe gprgmiift rnlment of a flower.
Hours pnsa.'d. Tbey stopped for
rest and a luncheon from Rurton'e
magic basket, bnf tbe Indian waved
aside all food, but occasionally he
drank from a water bottle that bung
from his wslst ,'
Just as the sun was setting and the
forest was all but steeped In twilight
they ram to Its end. Before them
stretched a white curve of shell
strewn beach Indented by a tiny bay.
Near them was a small thatched but.
As the pansed. looking at the lone
ly scene glorified by tbe gold and roa
of th setting sun. tbe Indian dropped
to his knee and mad demonstrations
Lester pointed to tbe but. and the
Indian led the way. It was empty,
but the man smiled hopefully In their
astonished face and pulled from hla
ragged garments a bit of paper"
The Americana scanned R ra relesaiy
ana men with Interest. There wss
rough penciled map of the. little bay
ana curving beach, end written
English was a torse command:
"In a straight tin thirty feet sonth
west or tbe big mahogany, twelve
feet north of the dead catalpa. Dig."
Tney did not stop to question tbe
Indian where he had found the nen
cfled map which be bad intelligently
laxen to tne whit men for transla
Hon. ne bad understood tbe mnp and
Its suggestion. Tbey found shovels
and large turtle shells, and the three
dug with a will, and tbey found om
thlng In a email oaken keg sunk In lb
If It was plrat tressur there was
no clew. There wee enough for three.
and th gold wae vnly . divided
among them stifTI dent to turn tbe In
dian' brain and to make the whir
men e comfortable nest egg. The next
morning tbey tramped back across the
trail burdened with treasure, hnt un
burdened by fear. .
Burton tossed a gold piece in tbe etr.
"This la for Luis, be I such a splat).
01a liar." he said carelessly.
- "now abont the Terr asked Lestar.
with hi quiet smile. .
Tbe other turned a clear.faee toward
him "Why. I forgot all 'abont that
Funny, Isn't Itr
-oreatr returned Lestrr. but his
eye expressed more that tbe slmpl
worn lmpueo. - .
N. I33L Illustrate- Primal Asrestl.
"Hard Tim" Party Tendered Jam
sv :r-r- - . ... r ' : . Partlor-t Mount Pfaaeant.
The Mornln. Cntorprtae la to be aa eocceeeful aa the Interests of Oregon .A "K m"k Prt7 WM c,Ten
f - City demand it moat need have the support of all Th new daihrhas JamM parUor bjr 81 rmn people -of
' bwe,"k before H in .boosting Oregon City aad Clackamas County. Tour Mount Pleaaant and this city at the
; eapport aaoana more atrength for tacwork. , 1 horn of Mr. partlor. "Locuet tun "
t r ' " I" neaaani on Saturday nlcht
1 ua ' nB - -
raiuiir wu m inn rirv
Put Yourself In the
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Whenirou write your classified
peopi. gnu upon arriving there ha li. ;r.iT..r. '"w"
. I s wsssuvji ana WSIPei lViSrin T wVwS aaa sflw
t For a limited Urn the ICoramar KaUnrimm k. .ia i. .a ' ' ?eop'.'. npoji arriving there
-rlbwro M follow! ,Tr,,. - T . 7,7.7;,:,., w Bo,,, "Jumlnated and his
r, I rear. ......... , . " .".
In this I'Otil tb words sre pictured
Instead of described. Wben tbe eleven
object are rightly named and tb
word written on below another In
tbe order numbered tb initial letter
will spell tb nam given In England
to a certain date shown to th picture.
-St Nicholas. .
Ne. 1332. Diagonal.
This diagonal contaloa alx words of
aU letters esch. If tb word ere
rightly guessed and written one below
another their diagonal letters, begin
ning wjtb tbe upper left bsnd letter
end ending with tb lower right bsud
letter,, will spall something on wear
In tb winter. Th cross words sre
1. A pine where vegetable ar grown
2. Tb oldest f several children.
A blossom. 4. Places where bodies are
burled. 0. A suppllcstlon. tl. Small
Will You Help Us
Boost Your Own
By carrier, i year $3.00
By mail, I yoar 2.00
My first I hop yeu are.
My aaeond I aaa you ar. ,
Uf whole I know you ar.
Ksy t Pusilsdem. ,
.No. 131&-Changed Letter . Pur.tl
Ham. dam; bot bat: bit, bat; rat. cut
dog, dig; day, dee; dam, dim; not. jiut
No. I319.-Bbeadlngs: 1. S wan,
h-eat 8. c-lock. 4. c-law.
No. I820.-Concealed Word Bqnare:
1. Blot X Lame. 8. Otnvu. 4. Tent
No. I321.-Charades: I. Peace (nlecei
full-peaceful. 2. Bug. bear-bugbear.
No. 1322.-Transdeltlon: Days, aad
No. 1323.-Famlly Puxsle; Miss Po
eahontss Is twenty-four yean old and
jonn. jr.. three.
No. 1324.-Pictured Word: Onarta.
Ko. 132S.-BebeadInge: W ax. a-raln.
No. 1320.-Added Letter Pussle:
Aunt gsnnt; ran, rang: listen, glisten:
race, grace; to, clove: ash. gash: land.
gland; ray. . aO: tone, tonga; raft
graft: lair, glalrt bun, bung; rlddl.
griddle; eon, song; room, groom; own.
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yur, '. rwmlttanee. -,- ;. , r f . ,;
3.MThe evening waa devoted
w na game, arter which a
' Canby uoorsnows te Build.
CANBY. Or.. Mar zK..fRnai.t
Oddfallowaiar have purchased g cor
win erect a reinrnrnait
concrete building. The building will
be of two storlea and will eovav a Anna
f.'J80 flutr- I1' The lower
floor will b occunled he lkM. .......
Th second gtory will contain a lodve
room, banquet room and kitchen. The
plan are bin preoarad h nr
Oorham, a Portland architect.
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the most complete In the f'-'
terprise lob printing departmrrt U
. outside Portland. Try It for ycv.r
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Ity of tbe homee la Ofsgoa
City and aackamaa souatv the
management baa decided to
make a special price for ike
djlly Issue, for a abort time
only, where tbe euheerlber pays
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By carrier, paid a rear la
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vance, $1.00. .
People who gave our caavaa
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, week, can have the dally eoalV
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Subscribers to the Weakly
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Electric-Hotel: B. E. IhinB, ,CW
CHy; 3. J. Harris, Portland:
phlne Kennedy, portlnud; Jeal
nedy, Portlands T. K. HcUls
vrife, Jamestown, North DakoU;
George - McLaln. Jamestown, wo
DakoU; r. P. Kerns, It K . 0
Portland; N. T. Ogllvlo, PortlM-. J
D. r. rarnell, 8t. Johns; Geoff
Gregory, Molalla; Frank Page, B- '
D. H. Looney, M. Krawxyk.
Drew, city; George H. tlrwory.
lalla; J. Wolfer, Portland; U J
Will K. W Zlrbel, Portlsnii '
. J. W. McAIIIur, state prssldent
the Farmers' UUnlon, Is doing
thing possible to mkke the i-fb
of the Union on Joseph
6-8, a grand sucess.
1 ' '
Dr. lommr Gets Partnsr. t
T)r m A nanmerrwho nrSCtlf
Oregon City several yearl, h" t
a narn.aahln with TtT. R. C. t"
They will have offices In th f
building, Portland, ana tneirj"
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