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MORNXN0 jfoifrEHPniSE, SUNDAY, JUNE 11, 1911.
Oregon cmr, oregoit
C E. BRODIE, Editor and Publisher.
TCnteree- as Totid-Ha Matter J sa
il ary I. 1(11. at the post office at Oroa
City. Ores-oa, under the Art of March
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first ttiaortkm It
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added meertksM lac
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flrat ,tiasrtloai lie
Rua paper ateer thaw flrat pags, par Bsofl
added sBeertkms ec
Locale lae par tine; to regwlar adver
Uaara be Una.
Waata. Par ft).' To Rant, etc.. ana
aval a word drat tnar.ttan; oea-half cant
Rataa for advertlelws In .ha 'Weakly
Bnterpriae will be tha earn aa In the
. sally, for advertisemanta art aarwctallv
tar tna weekly, tha adreruaasaent
Is transferred fmni tha daily to tha waak
ly. wit hoot chart iro. tha rata will ba So
aa tech far raa of tha paper, and lae aa
larh for apactal aosttlow.
Case, ahoald accompany erder wbara
party aj unknown tn baatnaaa efrtce of
Laewl advartlatng at legal advertlstrm
Clrrua advarttetnc and atcial tranalant
advertailaa at far In 0e aa tach. aocord-
at to aoaclaJ eoejdltloaa nramtnc lae
-Fire Saw" and Bankrupt aJa" adyer
bjainti Sao tnrh flrat fnaerttow: aJdi
..oaai asarrtloaa aama matter Sao Inch.
Nawa Items and well wi1ta arclelae
of aartt. with tataraat to local reader,
will aa gladly accepted. Rejected manu-
errtsta waver retarwed imwa
lad by atuaee to prepay porta
i im PUPILS
MAKE HNE SHOWING
SEVEN OUT OF CLASS OF EIGHT
PASS EIGHTH GRADE
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
June 11 In American History.
1776 Tha Coattneatal congress named
tbe committee T Ave to draft tbe
Declaration of Independence.
1S44-William B- Brook. American aa
1S70 William UUmore Simaas. oove-
att of southern life. died: bar ISO
189S Spaniards attarkrd Cnlted Sutra
marts at GoaDtaaamo: first 8ght
i of Americana In Cuba.
XSlOAbematby bora, aged tea and
ail rears, reoobed New Tort dry.
completing borarbark rid froa
(Fran boos today to oooa tomorrow.1
Boa arts T27. rises 24: sboso rises
Ti9 p. mooo at apoffee. fartbrat
from earth. taUes; 67 p. sou
Tha rktainjt . enrrciara of Maple
lvn scqooI were wttnesaed by a
Urg rrowd. me trH!rm was In
trrrtin( aud lh audience apprecia
tive. Seven out of a claas of etKbt
pas! the Eighth Grade examina
lions. Following Is a lit of ttione who
('earl Meater. Ruth t'arker. Edith
Parker. Shirley Swallow, Emma Der
rick. Frances 8mith. Georae Derrick
The exercise were a follows:
Song. "America"; recitations by
Anna Parker. Eugene Schmidt. John
NValdrow, Roger Morning. Drexel Hea
l?r. Dorothy Swallow. rrrel Heater,
Lois Papenkoff; instrumental music.
Irma Calaran. Orvha Parker. Junla
Schmidt. May Splinter. Myrtle An
low. Holland Homing. Ray ; Uarney
Arlle Kuntman Erick Waldow, Myrta
Swallow. John Parker. Madge Aus-
hiw: reading. Francis Smidt: recita
tion. Do iris Reynolds: reading. Pearl
Heater: recitation." Shlrly Swallow-
recitation. Irma Schmidt : song. Battle
Hymn: recitation. Floyd Kuntman;
recitation. Loran Auslow.
J. E. Catavan. who resigned as prin
cipal of the school, to become a school
supervisor, wss complimented npon
the work of the class. . .,
Dots Have a Prominent Place
In New York's Police Parade
3 ,, " i- ;, fi K Ls 6 . $ ')
Mr. Lew A. Cates, secretary of the
Calapooya Springs Company. Bt Lon
don. Or, Is In the front rank as an
aoTeruser. w nas lomea an u
newspaper men ia Orecoo to be kia
PORTLAND. Or Jon 10. (Spec
ial). In a .game filled with heavy
hitting Portland today beat the Angels
by a score of eight to two.
Portland got busy with Tborsen In
the first Inning, though It was his own
wild heave of a bunt In the effort to
catch Rodgera at third, which allowed
him and Ryan to tally In the opening
inning. With two out in tbe second
inning Chad bourne droTe a safety to
centtr. sending fa Koestner, who had
forced Murray at second and then
stolen that bag.
Results Saturday were as follows:
Pacific Coast League Portland S,
Los Angeles 2; San Francisco 3, Sac
ramento 2; Vernon S. Oakland 4.
- Northwestern League Portland 9,
Vancouver A (forfeited); Spokane 3,
Seattle f; Tacoma 12, Vlrtorta X
National League Pittsburg 9. j
, DwaaL 1m A. I Tt . . Uk
guests it his resort hotel or June i " v- "MSU ,wl"u
1C and 17. Tha nuher. of ft. farfV. ! f iBMtI 5- N'w Tork J St- Lcul
Den will he treated to free antomohfl I PhUaderphU 8
hhm rr v.i .. , , American League Boston 6. Detroit
fioPF xs : -
r VT1 "a- vy s
Photos fey American Prase Association. v
EARLY a score of dogs are attached to the New York iwllt-e depart
ment, and they had a prominent place la tho recant annual p.c
parade. Each of the canine guardians of the peace wss hrld In
leash by a bluecoated poUceuan, but such restraint was hardly uec-
isiifj. for the dogs marrhad along as sedately ana as proudly as tne oipwi
The dogs were imported from Europe and are attached to stations lo thinly
settled sections of the city, which districts tbey patrol at night and keep a
aharp lookout for prowlers. About 6.0U0 policemen were la the line of march
and were reviewed by Governor Dtx. Mayor Gaynor and other dignitaries.
Most of the policeman naturally were on foot, but there waa a large contingent
nted on horses and a smaller number riding bicycles and motorcycles.
Alter the parade the score of broecoata who had won medals fr conspicuous
bravery during the past year were lined up. and Mayor Gaynor pinned their
wstorafJona on their breasts, .
two days, and will be seat home re
joicing. This Is truly a novel way to !
advertise. We are sorry that we can
not accept Mr. Cates invitation to
spend these two days with hip, but
we wish him sarceas.
5: Philadelphia 14. St.
cago t. Washington 7;
Louis 5; Chi
Support the manufacturers of your ' fi
home city first, last and all the time. Vernoa
and yon will help yourself to pros-! Oakland
perky.. But If your local factories sacramenio' '. .
cannot supply your wants, Insist that
the merchant carries "Made in Ore
goo' goods from other Oregon sours
to supply your needs.
prosperity depends upon
home Industry, and state-wide prosper
ity win be greater If factories selllnr
"Made in Oregon" goods are patro
nized by the local merchant.
Auto Victim O es.
TOSEMITE, Cal. June g. Mrs. C.
S. Diseendefer, of Boston, who was
severely Injured last Satarday j ;s
upsetting of a stage coach cn tte
grade betweo Wawooa and tae To
mite Valley, died today.
29 .431 i
29 .Vt '
40 .216 '
45 Years Ago
I Ship Building Mr, John Bruce.
! fdrmt-rlv of Portland, has engaged e
jtensively at Astoria in ship building.
1 On a recent visit to that place we
From the Weekly Enterprise, Novem-1 ,oun', h,m Pu,l,n on ,n" ""
ber 25 1806 ' 'rKe schooner for Hin. Cyrus Olney
r. ,. " ., ' . ,. . ' and other parties. This state has some
Gone Ea.f.-Hon. H. W. Corbett.;of tn ma,erl., or
sena'or-elect, haa taken his departure building, and Mr. Bruce Is one of
for (be East. He will remain until the' those architects who understand well
close rf the executive session of the what Is r-uiolte to make a fine craft
Senate after the 4th of March next.
Hon. H. Failing, late mayor of Port
land, has also taken his departure
for the East. He will visit paris as
the of the Tnited States commission
ers, st the Exposition In l!fi7. Mr. P.
F. Bradford and family were passen
gers bv the same steamer. Mr.Erad
ford tases with him some extraordin
ary, rich rock from the Poor man sil
ver ledae of Owyhee, which he will
exhibit in Europe.
CARRIE NATION IS DEAD.
LEAVENWORTH, Kan, June 9
Carrie Nation, who with her hatchet,
gained notoriety as a saloon-smasher,
died- of paresis today. She had been
In poor health since January, when
she entered a sanitarium. She smiled
when told several days ago she could
' EAGER TOR AGENCY
WILLAMETTE VALLEY PROOUC
ERS WANT OEPOT OPENED
Willamette Valley woolguiwers who
were In Oregon City Saturday, suld
thev favored a ro-oix'ratlve selltllK
HK-iK-v and depot for their produce
f established III Portland, on something
j of the same prluclple as the ware
house niulntainetl by the NatlonM
' Wonlgrow rs In Chicago. At tne rt
cent meeting of the Willamette Valley
Woolgmwera' Association, a com in li
tre consisting of C. I. II lay, Thom
as 1 iru nk and F. A. Koser was named
to gv. Into the details of this effort
Slid mnke a report to the executive
coin mil tee of the association.
Further thiiu proteclltm the selling
end of the 'wool Industry, the wool
growers also decided that they were
entitled to produce the wimiI whlth
was usal at I'ortlund. At present It
wss eKt.linat.ed 'but 30, pec cent of the
fleece taken there Is -Valley product.
I but with the gniwlnf rvifereHt in
j sheep, and the rapid development of
sninu nanus on me vauey isrins. u
la believed that more than the Port
land reiiulrvmeuts can be sheared
soon, and the Valley men want to rap
ture and hold the Portland market.
Quotarrsna roe Oregon CM).
POTATOES Ileal. 12.50, food
13 25: common, . Buying, carfctad,
select. 13.10; ordinary. 11.90.
FI-OUR AND KKEI -Flour Is
steady, selling from IS to 83&0; very
Utile of chesar grades. Feed Is
higher and rising slowly. Bran brings
OATS ( Buying ) Jcay, from :5
to 827; while, from 820 to 82K.
BITTER (Buyingi Ordinary
country brings from 15c to 30c,
fancy dairy from JOc to 32?, cream
ery 22c to 5c.
. EGGS Muytng-rAre rsngtnf from
2(W to He. according to grade.
POULTRY (Buying -Firm with lit
tle good stock offered, liens will bring
lie. If In extra good condition more.
Old rooster sre poor st Re to UV. broil
ers bring from 2?r to Z4c with good
WOOIy Buying) Vool prices ere
ranging from 13c to lie.
MOHAIR Buying Prices on mo
hair havp been way op, some having
brought aa h'sh ss 39c locally. - Quo
tations are 37Hc and demand la strong
from 826 56 to 827 50, shorts 829 to 30,
rolled barley 831.50 to 833 32, process
barley 833. boi corn 831 to 833.
cracked com 833 to 833. Wheat 833
HAY (Buying Timothy 316 to
8IU. Clover. 813 to 814: oat hay. 814
to 816; mixed, 813 to 814; alfalfa. 3M
HIDES (Buying Green hides. 6c
to 6c; salters, 54c to 64c; dry hides,
J2C to 14c. Sheep pelts, 25c to ?5c
DRIED FRI IT8 IXK-at prices are
firm at from c to 10c on apples and
prunes, peaches sre le.
"ALT Selling 60c to 90c tor fine
50 lb. sack, half ground 40c; 76 for
100 lb. sacks.
Portland Vegetable Markets.
SACK VEGETABLES - Carrots,
8 1.25 fi 81.50 per sack; parsnips, 81 25
ft 81.5); turnips. Sl.'SSfj 81.&0; le ts
VEGETABLES Asnaraaua. .k-fi
31.75 per crate; eablmge, new, ft ier
hundicdwelght; raulitlower, 1.0T
81.75 r doren; celery, California, 75c
I9)C per dozen; cucumbers, 8I.50O
82 25 per doren; regpisnt. 15c per lb.;
garlic, lue12c per Hund; lettuce,
5fc p-r doit-n; hothouse lettuce, 31.60
frf 3 per box; peas. 9cllc per
pound; peppers. 30c35c per pound;
radishes, lie per doxen; rhubarb. 24c
3r per pound; sprouts, 9c; tomatoes,
320 33 25.
POTATOE8 Oregon, jobbing price,
Peoole who 'invest'
' " li enterprises promising abnormally tro.
are usually dissppelntsd. ; , '
Thsy fall to ot the Interest they supscUd and th. ,0ntr0 a . ,
monsy psssss to others. " lf
The money eavsr should tska no chances with the promai.
When you deposit your money on Time Certificate or In iV .
Ings Depsrtmsnt of this bsnk, It remains under your central
asms a sure and stsady rste of Interest. There la no dsnra.u.V
In this kind of an Investment. . Pistl.
Ths sooner you begin, the sooner will you be In poiMi.u. ,.,
wing balance. . , "'
The Bank of Oregon City
D. a LATOURKTTB Prosldosjl
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of OREGON Cm , OREGON
TrsneaeU a Oanprsl tanking usinese. Open fM.n. K m u ,
Oregon City Wood and Fuel Company
F. M. BLUHM
Your wants supplied with any quantity of 4 foot or 11 Inch wood o-
tlua.jl m bmm af C.ltw Stelraa. miuikU
rantesd. Phors your r.
Cor. th andCsstsf,
Pasifle Main 3103
, " REPORT OF THE C0N0IAI0N OF
The First National Bank of Oregon City, at-Oregon ciiy,
0 Oregon, st the t loae of business, June 7th, III I.
Ihhib end Dlsrounis -
Overdrsfts, secured slid unsecured , .
t. H. Bonds to secure circulation
Ikinds, Securities, etc
Hankluli house, r'urnlture. and Fixtures
Due from National Banks (not reserve agents)....
Due from Stale and Prvste Banks and Bankers,
Trust Companies, and Savings Banka
Due from approved Reserve Ageuli...,.
Checks and other Cash Hems
Notes of other National Banks. ....... k
Fractional Paper Currency, Nickels, and Celils ...
lawful Money Reserve In Bank, vie
Specls ; 851.207.90
tergal lender nates..... 3,in;o m-
elempilon fund with C. K.Treasurer i pet rent of
- ctrco ration i '." .
Total ..... TTTT...
Capital stork paid In...
1 ndlvld.-d profits leas Expenses and Taxes paid ...
Nutloiial Bank Notes outstanding. ,
Individual depoalts subject lo check.
Demand rertlflcatea of deposit
In ths Suit
1 11 1 11
. Total .
State of Oregon, County ol. Clacks mas. as.:
I. F. J. Meyer, Cashier of the shove named bank, do solemnly tstsr
that the above ststement Is true to tho beet of my knowledge ind bstlef.
- F. J. MEYrnrCwglw.
Subscribed and sworn lo before me Oils Iflth dsy of June, 1)11
J. V. CLARK, Notary Public.
D. C. LATOI'RKTTl,
V. D- IJTOI KKTTI
M. D. IJVTOI HKTTt.
52 5' ; r h-mdrrd; n-w potatoes, 7?
'.. 'if l''r "'llid.
ONIONS Jobbing jrlres; Orecon
82 7.1 pe- !'. utisllnn, 3 f.0 r-r
U); T xas, 2 Zj p r crate: Ce'l or
nla, 33 per crate
Oregon City Stock Uuotattona.
HOGS Hogs sre quoted 4 lower.
From 125 lbs. to 160 lbs. 94c. from
160 lbs. to 300 lbs. 14c.
VEAL CALVES Veal calves bring
from Re to mc according to grade.
BEEF BTEER8 Uef ateers for
the locei markets are fetching 54c to
' Boys on Long Jaunt. i
NASHVILLE. June ft En route to'
'he Kar.tas wheat Oeles, wnere tfcey
will work diriLg their vacation, five
I-wiVirg. Tnn college boys left
here uia-, afoo In order to hadn
thm!v fo,- the work n tbe har
vest e!d. The hnyt will walk tre
entire distance, ap;rox:mate;y
the Panama ! h
' ' a A Wf a wa a. . -... . . . . n t.a - w - .
n w smli aa--j 9. l Km riAniLiun. Aaiuiini untrsi ui dj iijsit army
S toldier man I am rerj proud to ce euch a great work aa
the Panama eanal being SUCCESSFULLY carried out un
der military upcrviBion. Aa a stupendous task for bnmanit
: . . to aecompljab it ECLIPSES the building of the Egyptian
pjrainids by, the pharaoh.
t IN UILDINO THE PANAMA CANAL AMERICA IS CARRYING OUT
A GREAT ALTRUISTIC JOB, FOR I DO NOT BELIEVE THE WATER
WAY WILL EVER PAY COMMERCIALLY.
. ' Then, again, look at the enormous army of laborers along the canal
who axe fed every day by the commissary department just like an
urmy in the field. . '
There is nothing edible to be had along the works from Colon to
Panama, and every morning s train leat94 with so many tboii-and
ggs, so many pounds of bread, butter, meat, vegetables and provisions
of all kinds to supply the coinmiasaries at the various points along the
and they arrive on time somehow, and the people are all well fed
' 1 f-r by this WONDETIFUL; ORGANIZATION. .;
Don't throw youranagazines and
periodicals away. There is
much valuable information in
lti.nl 4 l-i ... 1 1 m 1.1 1 - L.
Ivut.ua tusk win utltl UC puuilSU
ed elsewhere. The cost is little
OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE
Our boy will call for the maa
azines if you Phone.
CHe live aeignt.
KHKKP si unit al te to (c IN
! llACON, IRD and HAM, rs arm
LIVE -STOCK MARKET.
The Portland fnlon Btuck Tn
Company reports ss follows:
Receipts for the week hat bt
as follows: Cattle 691 OsJvss 10, bat
173.1. sheep 790, burses and mules H-
Owing to tbe scarcity of sspplies Is
the rattle division, prices stiavsed up
somewhat the last of lbs wk. One
nrlma load of aood Stsert broUIDt
1 80.4i, while several Uvdt brougbt
3 21. While these prices srs not M
high as those obtained before the
1 slump, shippers reslUs that It to ooe
lm for grass cattle sod rotrespos
Ing lower prices. Tbe cow nisrMi
remains steady lo strong will be
qualities at 86 60, medium IS to-8.
Thero Is a rd msrkrl f Hbt. wn
finished veal, one lot bringing 17.7.
and another of sixty hsd 37.M-
The price of best llitht Hon
tlnun to advance slxmt s nickel
week, lop now quoted St 3 W m
steady demand. A gd manr
ers were on the market, prices rul
ing from 87.00 lo 37 25. owing to q
Ity. Heavy hogs sre elHn rom
lo 34 with msrked tendency o "
psrt of the buyrrs to dlncflmin
against this class of swine.
Mutton apears " be rUJ,.J
lemnnd. buyers easily keep P'
the heavv receipts. Unibl
a slight fluctuation this week, on w
bringing 3.60. several lots brlntiti
39 to $.J6. though the majority
sales were, at previous quotatios
8C6O. Best wethers are """J
at 84.26. ewes 83 .25 lo J5rt. ,lW,
lots 33 00 to 84 -00. , '
Demsnd for draft hrw
good and tho record of sales for w ,
week Is encouraging. B.,fir:
Following sales are rein - -v....
7S Steers , . . c'.
. . . H
631 Lambs ....
377 Wethers . . .
911 I'M. .
604 cuii ; w
20 Cowa li
18 Cowa tM
30 Cow BO?
76 Cowa 4
140 Hogs 13
180 Hogs i2
316 Hog 19
3 Drafters 5
I Chunks '.. 100-M
MRS. SCHOENHEINZ WlN-
Defendant Olven Verdict In T'
. , Settle Accounts. t
Tho case of Henry Btall ; ,.
Mrs. A. gchoenhelnii for money"
od and against which the
set UP a counterclaim, . c f.
fore a jury In tho Circuit Court ,
tirday and a rerdlct was return", '
Uivor or aerenuani. it" . ,-,ifk
appesred for the plaintiff snrt D'1"1 .
A Dlmlck for defendant.
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