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W C C'K L Y ENTERPRISE CSTAL IS H CD 1566
VOI.. 1 No. 138.
OREGON CITY, OREGON, BATURDAY, JUNE 171911.
Peb Week, 10 Cents
5,000 TO AHEND
OlSCCNDKNTt AND RKLATIVCS
OP PRISIDKNTS ARC
SOER WEDDING PUNS ARE MADE
Moti Important Social tvsnt In
Yar, To B Hld On Whit
Houm Lawn Nit
WABHINOTON. June 16 Descen
dant or relation of every I'realdeut
of the United Htate lnie 1810 have
po invited to lb allvtr wadding
celebration which tho I'resdent and
Mr. Tad will I'vn at the Whit House
it Monday. Tha Hat la believed to
h romplet eieept tha relatlvea of
presldeot McKlnlry. Tba White House
k appealed to Mr. Cortelyou, former
rrrtary of Mr. MrKliiley, fur tha
rnnra of tba McKlnley family who
ar (till living.
Klehorate praparatlona hava baaa
pud for tba eutvrtalnmeui of prob
ably tha largest number that baa aver
been praaant at a fund loo la the
Tba manalon ltlf will ba Hghld
throughout wltb bundreda of electric
,Uhi; tba ground In tha rear will
bt mada nearly Ilka day aa artificial
icht ran make them; two band will
furnish mualo and tba fountain will la
tlsyed upon by a big search-light on
Ihr east front of tha Btata, War and
Kvy building, Juni across Executive
I'nles bad weather Interfera Presi
dent and Mra. Taft will receive on tba
sn bark of tba While Houae. They
III march do wo the main atatrcaaa
of tba manalon unbind tba all aide
of the Proaldent, ahortly after 9
O'clock. Juat behind them will coma
the m Prober a of bla cabinet.
Recaption to bo on Lawn.
' Tbey will walk out through tba
house to tba rear portico and down on
the lawn. Close to the fountain tbey
III taka their aland at tba head of
the receiving Una. Near them will
stationed the marine band, prob
ably divided Into two section, which
will play qulckatepa alternately.
Major A. W. Butt, tba President's
aide, who make tha presentations, as
serts to find even bla well-trained
voice a bit huaky after tba llnee of tho
eatlmatee bold good, for It la probable
aiore than (000 person will ahake the
ti 1 .1 . '
rnniurni m uy
FSTAC ADA TO HAVE
OLD FASHION FOURTH
EMtarada la to hava an "old faahlon
ed Fourth of July for tba benetli of
Portland neoDle. who dealre to go oui
In the country for a good time. Tba
bualneaa men of Eatacada plan to lu
vlte every man, woman and child In
Portland to coma out and enjoy a
Fourth, nreclaelr Ilka thoae of (0
It la propoaed to run apeclal tralna
over tba Eatacada Interurban Una
TV- ...-.. v Amtr a.111 ha nnOUDfr
i ut uawu vi ww "- -
d by tba Bring of ananvll. At :S0
a. m. there will be an Induatrlai par
ade. Tbla parade la a feature upon
which the people of Eatacada are
counting. There will ba floate rep-
reaenllnv the varloua llnea of trade,
the aettlement of the country and
representing tha Ooddeaa of Liberty,
aurrounded by the 48 young gtrla
dreaaed In white wltb aaahea having
the names of the varloua atatea print
ed upon them.
The nnoDla of Eatacada have atarted
a ronteat for the choice of the Goddeaa
of IJbertr and on the night of July
1 It will be announced to whom the
honor will be given. In the afternoon
there will he two baseball gamea,
mimir hv tha Mtlwaukle braaa band
0 THE COLLtCTOR .
MORE DOO LICENSES OBTAINED.
Tage Muat Be Attached To Collara Or
Pata Will Oo To Pound.
Several more ownera of doga ob
tained licenses Friday, and Chief of
l"ollce 8baw announced that probably
all othera who have peta would do ao
In a few daya. He also ddclar"d that
the tar muat be attached to the COl
tare of tha dors. and. If not. the aril
mala will he taken to the pound. The
ownera will have to pay a fee of $1
to regain them. ,
a ' WEATHER INDICATION!
Oregon City Fair; north west- a
s erlr winds.
COME AND SEE
My eight 5-acre tracta of rich laral
land 3-4 mile from Oregon City HmlU.
Fronts on Molalla road and la on tha
electric Una being built from Oregon
City to Bllrerton. I will aall yon
either tract for 700 and flta terma.
I own tbla land and know tha value of
land. Tbla If tha beat bargain to ba
bad In Clackamas oounty. I have
Una 0-acre tract on fine road I mllee
from Oregon Cltjr. "' Ctobt
win trade for eltr property anywhara
from Oregon CUT to Portland. Give
ia a daal or yon will alwaya wlen
, oo had. CaU Room u Btavana taag,
Cyrus Powll i
OREGON CITT. I
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rLKrLTRATLU BY WALT Ac DOUGALL
It Is rrportwJ IKcil a Crilcaao actress Is still llvtno witk
t f,Ji A.. lit...? ... t i
iK.-r iutji rtmoana oui inu is me season tar irroK S lories.
WKy do 1he
refer to trie
1$ queer the
slory by printing her por-
Trafl" rrtxe lor answer.
Also- Why does it always
weeks To ocl
be trimmed in
SACK HAND I
: BABY KNOWS A GOOD THIN& WhLN fit or-LS 1 1 I
OUR MOVING PICTURC
BOMH PROMISES TO
SPEAK AT CHAUTAUQUA
SENATOR -CXPeCTED TO DRAW
. ONE OP SEASON'S LARa
United States Senator Borah, of
Idaho, Friday wired Secretary Gary,
of the Willamette Valley Chautauqua,
accepting an Invitation to deliver
n address at the Chautauqua to be
held at Oladatone. beglauing July
4 The Invitation waa accepted on
condition that Congreaa adjourns be
fore that time, the Senator explain
ing that'll would be Imposalble for
him to leave Waahlngton before the
adjournment. The Chautauqua man
agement la delighted wltn tne sena
tor's acceptance, and It ta believed
that he will draw one of the largest
crowds of the meeting.
It Is the Intention to punlah all per
eons who attempt Jo gain admission
to the ground thla year by climb
ing over the fences. Gladstone
haa Incorporated since the last Chau
tauqua and fines of from f5 to $25
HI be imposed for violations or me
law. Iloys and 'even men have per
alated In climbing over the fences en-
Closing the grounds.
HEDGES NOT OPPOSED
FOR SCHOOL DIRECTOR
KB. HADDOCK DIES'
AFTER LONG ILLNESS
NEWS RECEIVED BY HER DAUGH
TER, MRS. BURK, TOO LATE
TO ATTEND FUNERAL.
OIL at;d GAS eou;(d III
DEVELOPMENTS AT STONE WELL
AND MILLER JUDGES OP
Mrs. F. C. Burk, wife of Councilman
Burk, received word Friday that her
mother. Mrs. Ely C Maddock, had died
early In the day at Heppner, Or.,
where she and her husband conducted
tbe"Talace Hotel. Mr. and Mra. Mad
dock moved from here to Heppner
about six years ago. She waa a
daughter of Jacob Rauch. formerly
sheriff of this county, and waa born
and reared hefe. Mra. Maddock waa
an estimable woman and waa gener
ally beloved. Mra. Maddock baa been
III for fifteen yeara and her death wa
not unexpected. The first message re
ceived by Mrs. Burk conveyed the in
formation that her mother waa un
cnnaclous, and while the former waa
making arrangementa to go to Hepp
ner, word was received that Mra. Mad
dock Jad died. The funeral win be
held at '0 o'clock today, and It will be
Impoaaiblo for Mrs. Burk. and friends
of Mrs. Maddock In Oregon City, to
attend. The first train out doe not
arrive at Heppner until late thla af
ternoon. iualdea Mrs. Burk. Mrs. Maddock la
survived by a son, Creaton Maddock,
and a daughter. Mrs. J. U Wllkina.
William Ranch, a brother, lives at
MAN KILLED NEAR MILWAUKIE.
! Robert Tucker, a laborer, waa killed
by a car on the O. W. P. division of
RANDALL the P. R., U & P. Co., near Mllwaukle
Friday night. He was working on me
. .k .V.. ... .trunk.. him
' I rC K W UOil lliF vi bi.uwiv
i n tteilvea la the only candidate
for school director at the annual elec
tion to be held next Monday after
noon from J to 4 o'clock In the City
Hall building. Mr. Hedgea haa been
requested to become a candidate to
succeed himself, after having served
two yeara "on the city achool board.
David Oaufleld. George Randan, ana
O. W. H. Miller hare been appointed
judges of election and EL H. Cooper
clerk of election. Oregon City achool
elections are usually very oulet af
faire, and next Monday'a will probably
do no exception, ina annual taxpay
era meeting for tne purpose of Bear
Ing the reports of tho directors and
olerk will be held next Monday eve
ning at 7 o clock in tba oounty court
house. Tbla meeting la open to the
Mra. Gunn Saeke Divorce.
Minnie Gunn haa filed a ault for di
vorce against Harry C. Gunn. They
wera married In Prescott, Waah., on
January 4. 188B. She eaye ha deserted
her In 190S. There la one grown oon.
Daniel Powers la Mra. Ounn'a attorney-
.i Portland Couplea Oat Lieenaee.
Tha following have been granted
marriage lloenaea: Edith Email and
Solomon Olack, of 130 1-1 Flrat atreot
Portland; Corinna Inea Jugh and
Jamea Erneat Poole, 117 M Cherry
street, Portland. .. . t ..
JUDGE BEATIE'S SONS
Louis Vlerhus, of Stone, on whose
farm a well la being drilled for oil,
waa In the city Friday, and reported
that the development of the paat few
days were most encouraging. About
Ave feet of drilling la being done
dally, and on Thursday oil and gaa In
larger quantities than had been found
tefore, flowed from the well. Mr.
Vlerhus and the experts, who are In
terested In the enterprise, are confi
dent that on and gas In large quantl
tlea will- be found when the atrata of
hard rock, encountered several weeka
ago, la pierced.
The well has been sunk to a depth
of almost 1,400 feet Expert say that
the strata that ia now being drilled
through ta the same formation as what
ia called the "oil cap" in the Texaa
and California oil sections.
FARMER LOSES TWO HORSES.
F. G. Anderson Thinks Animals Prob
ably Were 8tolan.
F. G. Anderson, of Central Point,
reported to the police of Oregoft-Clty.
Friday, that two of his horaea were
missing, and it waa probable that they
had been stolen. He aald the horses
disappeared from his pasture Thurs
day night. Both are baya, and one
weighs about 1.200 and the other about
1.300 pounds. On haa a white star
on Its forehead.
ROBERT THROWN FROM WAGON
AND LEFT LEG FRACTUR
CHARLES IS BRUISED.
The two aona of R. B. Beatle, county
Judge, were victims of an exciting
runaway Friday, and one of them,
Robert, IS yaara of age. sustained a
fracture of the lft leg juat above
the ankle. The fracture la an on
usually serious one, and a special
set of splints haa been ordered for
It by Dr. Mount Charles, tho older
boy, was brnleed. but bla injurlee are
not serious. The boys were riding
In tho grocery wagon of Frank Schoen
born, when the horse became fright
ened at Fourteenth and Jackson
streets. The animal made a quick
turn and the wagon waa npaet In a
ditch. Tha boys wera thrown out,
and Charles, who waa only atunned
and bnitaed. went to hla brother'a as
sistance, Robert waa Uken to hla
home and I. H. .1. Mount waa mm
monad. The fracture waa temporarily
aet until tha proper kind of aptlnta
could ba obtained.
these days, but the homebuilder
who llstena to the cry of "wait
until lumber la cheaper" Is not
ipt to be auy nearer his goal on
his deathbed than he la today.
The Government recommends
TIMBER CONSERVATION and
this alone la proof that lumber
has a flxed valua.
Our yeara of experience In
buying and eelllng lumber lead
ua to advise our freinds that
MOW S THE TIME TO BUILD.
There'a but one crop of Umber
for moat of ua. it you contem
plate a new home wa want to
talk with you we hare all
grades of lumber. The loweet
quality atarta at good and goea
up. Give ua a call and learn
the facta about these lumber
Builder's Supply Co.
AIMS BIG PARTY
USINESS MEN TAKEN IN AUTOS
OVER SECTION OF CLACKA
MAS SOUTHERN ROUTE.
RADINC BEING PUSHED RAPIDLY
Cost of Construction to Date Only
Little More Than $5,000 Line
la Certain to Be Big Pay
- Ing Investment.
The directors of the Clackamaa
Southern Railway Company, who have
been working diligently for the past
two months In the actual construction
work on the road, concluded to ex
hibit to the business men of Oregon
City and some of the prominent farm
ers living In the county, the work
that they have accomplished, and In
order to do that, moat of the ownera
of automomllea in and around Oregon
City, donated the services of their
machines at 1:30 o'clock Friday, and
took a merry party of more than
fifty up the Abernethy to the grade
and went over a large part of the
completed road bed.
It waa the unanimous verdict of all
who witnessed the construction work
that It waa done In a good business
like manner, and whea the visitors
were informed that all of the grading
had been accomplished which they
viewed, and all tools, powder and the
clearing of the right-of-way for fully
one and one-half miles beyond the
grades, and the total cost of every
thing to date did not exceed $5488.00,
they were very much surprised at the
careful and economical methods pur
sued by the board of directors.
Money Used to Bast Advantage.
All of the visitors who viewed the
work are well acquainted with the
board of directors and know their
busineea qualifications, and that alone
Is a guarantee to every Investor that
bis money will be used to tha beat
advantage in the actual construction
work of the road.
It baa been carefully estimated that
the road can be completed to Molalla
for $150,000. under the present careful
management, and that every dollar
Inveated in atnek will be worth many
times Its present value when tha road
ia completes", and the director and a
large a umber of stockholders are re
aubscribing to the capital stock, aa
they are convinced that the building
of thla road ia one of tha beat and
aafest Investment ever presented to
the people of Clackamaa County.
One of the risltora made the state
ment that he believed that an invest
ment tn the capital sock of the Clack
amaa Southern Railway Company, un
der the present management, waa first-
class, for the reason that there la no
possibility of loas, aa the directors
have guaranteed that no floating in-
debtedneaa will he allowed, and aa a
result of that policy, the investment
could not be Jeopardized by a failure
to pay interest, aa there would be no
Interest to pay.
Team Work Prograaaaa. .
The team work on the grade la pro
gressing rapidly east of the Newell
Creek canyon, but that part of the
work waa not visited by the large
number of people who went out on the
work Friday, as it waa Impossible for
them to cross the ateep canyon wwn
out great effort.
The graders are also at work at
Beaver Creek, coming toward Oregon
City, and that work will progress very
raDldly on account of the even con
tour of the ground. It will not be
many montha until the people of
Clackamas County will be convinced
that by pulling together they can ac
complish what they have been want-
ins- for more than twenty yeara.
The cltlxens of Oregon City and that
part of the country traversed by the
line will be the onea moat vuauy
benefited by the early completion of
the road, for the reason that It will
place in the Portland and other mar
kets timber and other products of the
value of more than a half millloa
dollars each year from the Interior
of the county, and the money received
therefor will be scattered throughout
Clackamas County, and every line of
business will be greatly benefited.
Rosd Will Pay From 8trt.
The stockholders of this company
are to be congratulated upon one fea
ture of this enterprise, and this Is, the
board of directors are not Issuing any
watered stock, and every dollar's
worth of stock outstanding repreaenta
actual rash Dald: so when the road
Is completed, the outstanding stock;
will represent the actual cash used
In the construction of the road, and
the dlvldenda derived from the road's
operation should be aa great aa the
dividends derived from the stock
issued by the Sumpter Valley road,
and the reporta filed in the Secre
tary of State'a office ahow that the
Sumpter Valley road paid 400 per cent
on Its capital atock for a period of
In order to Inauro the early com
pletion of thla road, the board of di
rector feel that the clUiena of Clack
amaa County should come forward
without aollcitatlon and taka from one
to five aharee of the capital atock. and
In doing so, they are not giving away
anything, but placing their money
where It will bring handsome returns.
People Welcome Railroad.
Tba people of Oregon City welcome
the day when the vast belta of Umber
growing In the foot-hills near tha Mo
lalla Valley will begin to ba- oat and
loaded upon the cara and shipped to
the river below the falla at Oregon
City, and the old sawmill located la
the north part of town will begin to
turn Ita wheela and manufacture Into
lumber aome of tha large foraata
which ara now inaccessible on account
of the lack of railway tranaportatlon.
After thla road haa been completed,
all of those who falldd to aubacrtba to
the capital atock will feel that tby
Russian Artist Who Is Husband
f the Neveliat Amelia Rives.
EIRE OF POSSE,
missed an opportunity of making one
of the beat and aafest Investments
that has ever been presented for their
There are two reasons why the peo
ple should come forward and sub
scribe for the capital atock of thla
meritorious enterprise, the first one
being for the public good, and the
second, a safe and sane investment.
POPULAR YOUNG WOMAN HURT
IN FALL AND VICTIM OF
The condition of Miss May Rambo
who haa been ill for sometime, waa
critical laat night Dra. Carll and
Otnaat ar Aat-aimaa t aooataat atten
tion. Several weeka ago Miss Rambo
Injured her aplne in a fall down aj
flight of stairs at a Main street store.
She had not recovered from tha Injury
when she waa stricken with pneu
monia. U was at first . thought ahe
would recover from thla, but her con-.
ditlon haa been growing: worse the
last few days and Friday- it became
Mlas Rambo la one of the moat pop
ular young women in tha city, and her
friends are legion. She ia at the
home of Mr. and Mra. William Rambo,
at Sixth and John Adama streets.
ARMED TWILIGHT FARMERS PUR
SUE MYSTERIOUS MAN WHO
FELLOW MAY BE SLAYER Of EliS
Frightened Woman Talephonea Sher
iffs Office and Party Hurries
In .Auto to Scan
A mysterious man supposed to
know something or the Hill tracedy -near
Ardenwald Station, waa pursued
by a party of men near Twilight Fri
day afternoon, and (hooch aeveral
shots were fired at him. ha escaped
into the woods. Whether the man ta
the maniac, reported to have been
aeen in Oregon City, or the man who
attacked Qua oontz. tne Araeowaio
milkman, or la atlll another suspicious
character, Is not known, but that he
la ..It her insane, or knows ba la eus-
pected of aome crime la evident from
hla actlona. He fought one of hla pur
suers with a club, and when tha a hots
were fired at him ha ran the faater.
A woman half-erased , with mght
called np Deputy Sheriff ' Mllee over
the telephone about 3 o clock, ana toia
him that a desperado was terrorizing
the Twilight neighborhood. She de
clared that mora than half doxen
men, aome 'of them armed vttfc rifles
and pistols were in pursuit of tha man,
and bagged the deputy aborts to make
up a posse and hurry to the scene.
Posse Use Auto In Pursuit.
Mr. Miles at once notified Chief of
Police Shaw and Dearatr Sheriff Frost.
and commanderlne; the automobile of
tha Rev. P. A. Scaimdt went to Twi
light at full speed. Tha party started
from the courthouse and It la esti
mated that the machine aped through
Main atreet at a rata of forty-fite
miles an hour. . The greatest excite
ment prevailed on the atreet, and a.
rumor soon spread that tha alayer
of the family of four had been ear
rounded at Twilight.
Upoa-tMaulBg Twiiieht Oaeaiy Ber-
lff Mile and hla party encountered
half a doxen men. among whom ware
U Ma toon e, road foreman and D.
Black. The men declared that thy
had pursued tha suspect into the i
wooda, and that one of the party dur
ing the chaae had overtaken tha man
and a hand-to-hand fight ensued. The
fellow, however, had a club, which
he wielded vigorously, and managed
to free himself. Meaara. Miles, Shaw
an4 Froat .acoured the entire neigh
bor hood, and went far Into tha wooda
where they had been told tha man
(Continued on Pag
i WANTED I
5 to 20 1 Acre Farms Jitr Oregon Citf
Ve have several buyers waiting and many coining
If your place i$ for sale and the price right come and
xre n at onre. 1
W. F. SCHOOLEY & CO.
Phone: Paclflo M-SO. Hon A-19. , 12 Mala St, Oreffa" Cly.
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Don't f of get the Kodak
on yotir vacation trip.
It will doable yoar pleasure and prolong yoaf enjoy
ment for years to come. ' , " ' ',.
Brownie Kodaks 41 to 412 v
Pocket Kodaks 0 to i25 .
Hare a talk with oor Kodak eaan and fcet a catak.
All the new things frota the Kodak city.
kodak AGcirrs ' - enzcen err ;
14th and Main.