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U0BHI1TO EHTEBMUuE, BATURDAY. JUNE 17, 1911.
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-'rat hn aar M tMai twiirtnai
''M eeaniua tmj aee. aar
eaetttea my a, per
1-a paper at bar
; ua aaaar etaar thaa ftrat aa-, aar
Ta Rot -rt.. aae
-at a war ftrat kteertlea; awa-aaV eeat
Bates tar erertlelB ta M Weekly
'narertee win ba tha eajae a la tba
'(. far 4tl tlnat art eepeccaa
th weekly. Where tha UnrttmMal
iiaaefemS fiuea tha eaity ta tha wash
wtikeet catenae, tha rata will ee ha
Bark (ar rwa af tha aaaar. aad Ita aa
Waatani Oregoa tham th buildla- Louise Walker; "March. GroUeeae,
ma nHU vaaai, . -,
' It mean aa opaa rtrar to the aaa.
aavtgabl at nil tlataa of tba year for
steamer u bar gaa, cheaper fuel,
lumbar building material, and blibar
price for frulta and farm prod acta. .
What tha Panama Canal maana to
Interstate and International com mere.
aa opaa river would mean to Interna
com mere aa tha raault . of lower
freight ratal and paseeoger faree.
Tita would aot bo confined to com-
more oa tha river, but would bo
tha resultant oa all railroad line op
erating la Westera Oregon, aad would
mean water rate from San Fraaclaco
to 8a tarn.
8M1I there ara peraooa connactad
with tha public newspaper aad la our
public Ufa, preteadng to repreeeat tba
people, who ar seemingly indifferent
to tbla manor.
It la to bo hopod that oar atata or
Federal officials fan bo aroused to
demand actioa oa thla matter, after
both atata aad aatioa have mad tha
appropriations necessary for frea
It ia ao anomaly that tha xe ru
men t should spend mllllona for fro
lock aad canal oa tha Columbia, aad
then, through Ita official, abandon
thla enterprise. Just aa Important to
Portland and tha root of tha atata.
Selfish In t areata may ba awept
aside, and the laager interests of tha
commonwealth aad tha producer must
Lao Burdoa.) , ...
Heart to Heart
By EDWIN A. NYB.
I.aal advarttotac at legal ad
Vraa advertlataa aad epeeial traaataat
tt at M aae aa aveft. aorore-
teai alt teas swtamia tba
we SaJe" aaJ Bajikrwat aJr" 4var
iita Ve tach Drat tnanrttea; aMl
-mi bjaarttaaa aaaaa aaattar K kvek,
Save rtaasa aaa wall wi II' antetaa
' will ft. wit fc taunt to local i tmimm.
K ba rtadly arcaatwC Reertad aui
ita aiar latajaad aaJeaa aeeaamaaa
Vjr ataiaa ta arvpajr mar
CITY OrFICIAL NEWtPAOfrV
aah ateaM in r araa
t aaa ara ka artaaa afflea af h aafecuarded by putting through aa
' mteranae. I iinjAHtin tKt k.a Kmr m.H In
It la our proTorblal inclination to
take Ufa aay, go to aleep on our
rights, and allow great enterprlaea to
lag aad tba conduct of our delegation
ta Waahlngton Indicates thla tendency
Sheriff Mass certainly has a chance
to distinguish . himself aad get solid
with the peaco-tOTtng community by
capturag tha tend that murdered the
HUI family. It must be said for the
sheriff that he la trying hard.
Will any member of the Oregon
City Commercial Club coma forward
aad go on record aa favoring the
abolishment of the institution?
Oregon City now baa a pretty little
building for it exhibit of tha pro
ducts of the aoU of Clackamas County.
With a handsome building, a fine lot
of products aad a good-looking pub
licity man, we are aura la the very
front raak, .
. aa) '
CIYIL WAR DIVORCED
SAMUEL T. RIDER ANO WIFE
LIVE UNHAPPILY TOGETHER
FOR HALF CENTURY.
June 17 In American History.
1T75-Rattle of Rank Hill
1 77 -Robert Date Owea. atatewasaa
aad author, died: t-ra tm
IVK8 John ;ibba t;lrwrt. noted act nr.
4 died: bora una
rB Ooerai Maxima noesea. Cahaa
reoiattoaary taW. died: aura
!K fTaltee It Rmnkbaa landil
AJVO feet ta aa aeroptaae, thea a
world's altrrade rarora.
'', ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS.
. fTroei aeoa today taaec
ftaa aata TA rtaaa 43. m
llitt n. sv: aeoa laaay. aaa
snath, as aaiy mm Apm la.
FREE LOCKE AT OREGON CITY.
If oar Commercial Oab has ao Bt
t'a to do that it eaa afford to eoa
fcder a propoaitioa to aeD ita cab
rooma, there ia food for thought aad
actioa ia the taaetrrKy of the Fed
eral gorerameat aver the immialtaia
of aa sjaropriaXioa of e,06 for tha
cataalMhfna of free lock ' af "Wina
rrett ralU froatlag Oragoa City. 1
r Ooloaai K. Hot ar. of the Salem Joar
almost tears hi hair, edltortaQy
ftTeaktng, ia his discassloa of the
ieetloa. Ha says:
Fader whip aad apnr of pabllc aea
haeat tha atata appropriated IS0O.MW.
and Coagraaa followed salt to eetab-
EE GINNING RICIT.
UaroM rarrel f Homo la wlae. A
graduate of Uarvard. auu wf a wealthy
saaa. society faTwrtie autl aa athlete
who Blade a rervrU. be baa l a ken bla
place behind the intuuier uf a amait
suburban grw-ery eiore to learn the
boslneea. Ctad ia th rlothaa of a
grocer's clerk, be la learulug bow la
eeli gouda and tie up bundle
"W-h-a-tr aald bto rrlenda. abot ked.
"Harold Darrell clerklug lu a srovery
store! Why should he do such an
erratic thing T
But youug Durrell Is not erratic, tie
la J mt a kvea. wkle awake, level
headed sort of rhap. uuepoiled by fur
.However , v
lie admit hi court U M titer uuu
sua i fur a yuuuit luaa mt fjvo.el. Hut
he aaya a uuiu auu4 1x1.111 tmii.
at the lop of 1 be ladder. mui h u uv
termliM'd lu nvr that t-utvi;e life Uao
not unOtled bitu fur aeriouM rOuii.
' Also be I gritty. It la autiO uf biu
that he U of atrouit will lo-r. auU
when be arts out to do a turn:, woat
ever It way be. be usually mkIm wiin
And be la Iborouich. lie as i
know a thing well at all oue uiumi
know It through auj ibrough. Tbtiv
fore be mut beglu witb the albaliet
of the growr? trade to qualify for I Im-
poaltlon higher up.
. Wise young Mr. Durrell!
His father, a retired jobber, also
gaa at the bottom of the ladder.
although ba wanted bid aoa to do
something else, be could not dlacour
age the boy by reciting the hardaulp
Incident to the long apprenticeship one
moat go through to master the grocery
baalneaa aa It should be mastered, a
any baalneaa should ba mastered.
. It kt pretty plala that if la his col
lege life they got his bead up among
the stars his feet remained planted on
Ibe gronnd. Maay a college graduate'
head la -swelled" by his edocatloo.
and he baa failed because ba Insisted
upon starting at the top.
- Like young Theodore Roosevelt, who
ta order to leara the carpet baalneaa
began as a factory apprentice, aw
young Dorreil begins at the beginning
With hh college sharpened mind be
will make way rapidly aad sooa will
evenake those who denied bla men
tal training began before hi'w.
Virginias promise a very fair crop,
although smaller Uaa that of 1110.
Information from New York atata
under data of tha 10th shows heavier
dropping thaa la considered dearable
In noma localltlee, while others re
port blasting, but oa tha average, con
d I tone Indicate aa exceedingly large
volume of tonnage.
Michigan reports ara of tha same
general character. Ia soma districts
the summer varieties will be heavier
proportionately than the fall apples,
but the latter will of themselvea e
ceed the production of the last several
Virginia report are recant and com-4
prebenstve. Tha Shenandoah Valley
and Eastern Panhandle of West Vir
ginia promise crops of unusually Una
quality, but on tha whole tha quantity
will hardly exceed 10 or U per oaat
of last year a harvest. Tha ahortaga
Is attributed to the last lata frost.
and the excessive drouth lasting three
weeks. Tha drop has also bean ab
normally heavy. - The falling off in
the older orchards, which bora heavily
last year, wm be offset, to a large
extent, by tha great acreage of young
orcaaroa just coming into bearing.
The Shenandoah Valley waa vial ted
by severe halt lightning and wind
storms oa June th. the effect of which
could not ba determined at the 4)100
or our aavicea. Whatever damage aaa
resulted la the southern parts of tha
valley may be equalised by the benefit
of rain fall In the northern sections.
The crops of 110 In seven counties
In the 8benandoah. Valley aggregated
1.000.000 barrels, or the equivalent
of &000 rarloada.
Northwest conditions continue un
changed. According to beat posted
sources, the outlook for apples Is aa
Hood River. Oregon, (v to fO per
cent of last, year'a ou.
Rogue River, Oregon. 50 to 0 per
cent, of last year's crop.
Milton Freewater, si to (0 per cent
of laat year'a crop.
Other districts la Oregon about the
POTATO MET IS
' KG STU
OLD CROP SELLS FROM MM TO
- 2.re BERRIES ARB
diP. KG TO BE
FORMER OREGON CITY MAN OETS
6000 POSITION WITH NEW
The Manufacturer' Indemnity Ex
change will be or gaa lied br Oregon
lumbar manufacturer, t. 1. Keating,
for six years manager of the Charles
K. Sauldlng Logging Company's bual- j
Jadge Campbell ia tha Circuit Court
oa Friday divorced a couple married I
EASTERN APPLE YIELD TO BE BIG
ver, la Net
aess, will ba manager, saya Tha Am
erican Lumberman. Mr. Keating Is
aa experienced Insurance man, hav
ing been engaged la that bualneaa for
maay yeara prior to hi becoming In
terested la the manufacture and sale
of lumber. For tha Jast six yeara ha
baa also been chairman of the Oregon
k Washington Lamber Manufacturer'
A asocial km Insurance committee and
k.ytmr ka pa set d stace thea aad
not a Bck haa beea done or a word
pokea, aad It begtaa to look aa tf
'fee "boasted Oregoa sjstsaa was aO
SoiKlcaJ triBg. wvtk to wit
Oa earnest maa ia aa official poal
''oa ta speak for the state aad ike
federal pmiatul conld pat thla
Bat Senator Booroe seems to be kl-
'gather nosy reform! g tha affair
ft tha aatioa and boooaag a maa for
Congrteaaaaa Haw ley ha got him-
;.:t JAJmiVu.Jiaeettimtnm mada I an
. n ue aummet reaort moaataina of
Outlook In Oregon. Ho
Tha Northwestern Fruit Kx change duri bat tJma ha brought about
before the Clvl War. The pair. gjn-1 reoorts aa follow regarding applea: many valuable reforms tending to lea-
! ueJ T. Rider, aad J alia X. Rider lived I -Statements ia regard to tba crops sea the danger of Bra aad decreaaa
at Caaby and did, not aeparata anUl a oaat or tha Missouri river are conflict- tha expense of Insurance. Tba at
short time ago. Both ara' seventy-1 1"( In many way, bat tha general tone change will have It headauartera In
connrm tba previoasly reiterated ad- Portland and office will be opened In
vleea that the yield In thoae dlatrtcta a few days, Mr. Heating's resignation
will ba mach larger than ha been from the Spaaldlng Logging Company
u.i.w.tov iur a DQDoer oi years, taking effect thla week.
rtteBa la tba Fas I have-been Mr Keating was formerly a real
visited with abundant ralna which dam of rtr mR C'l ktln ku
have helped Strengthen tha aKuatlnn I book keener for tha VLMII.m.i..
"- auer aaouiiea oa ue wiiaeaa 1 -w ""i me raiua nave neen or Ik paoer oomoanv for mane vaara
mm im ia wiie xreqoeauy 1 aiuw mi una time, rouow-
ewreiea ana added. "I always gave ,n l extremely hot weather aad Aumnl Ta Meat.
back rrea change." Mr. Rider, who " droutha The June drop will The Alumni Association of the Park
waa allowed allmoay. will Uva with a mch heavier thaa waa expected, place High School will held a meeting
married daaghter, aad Mr Rider will aomber of locallUea report la Abernethy Grange hall. An enter-
live with a son. U'Rea a Schaebei D4""nl i aome varieties. It seems
repreaeated Mr. Rider, who Hied tha ceTtJa that New York and Michigan,
alt. aad George C. Browaell repre- l wUl have bumper yield,
seated the defendant The marriage eapocariy ta the fall varieties. The
waa ia ism.
tare year of age, aad their six chil
drea are saarrted, and. have children
of their own. It developed at the
trial that the aaarriag almost from
the start had beea aa unhappy 01
bul the coople remained together oa
aecowxu or their rhlldrea.
report la Abernethy Grange hall. An enter
taining program la bang arranged and
refreshment will ba served.
Read the Morning kXerpriae.
The potato market shows considera
ble more strength than usual at thla
lime of the year. The supply of old
stock has fallen to very small pro
portions, and the new crop la Cali
fornia la reported to ba materially
short of expectations aud at tha same
time backward as a result of unfavor
able weather. Olds are now holding
at 13 50 to 3 a hundred. New pota
toes are generally going at 4 to 41-1
cent a pound?
Strawberries ara atlll In moderate
supply with prices advancing. Faacy
Clarkea are held at t.T( a crate.
Quotanwn roe oregen City.
POTATOES Resu I MO. . lood
13 35; coir mon, 3. , lluying, carload.;
select. 11.10; ordinary. Il.u.
r lAJUK and KiEi-riour is
steady, selling from IB to IS 30; very
llttl of cheaper grade. Feed I
higher and rising (lowly. Braa bring
OAT8 (Buying) Orar. from 111
to 3T; white, from 1 to 111.
BUTTER (Buying! Ordinary
country bring .from 15a to 30c,
fancy dairy from lor to 13c, cream-
ery 13c to 35c
KGUS triuymgi Ara ranging from
30c to 31c. according to grade.
POULTRY (Buying Firm with lit.
tie good slock offered, liens will bring
14c. If In extra good condition more.
Old roosters ara poor at le to 10c, broil
er bring from 33c to 14c. with good
WOOLc-(noy.nr Voo price are
ranging rrom uc to 15c.
MOHAIR (Buying Price oa mo
hair have beea way an. noma having
brought aa h'gh aa Sto .locally. Quo
tation are 37 He aad demand la strong
from 134 60 to 137.50, aborts 3S to I JO.
rolled barley 31.M to 113.33. proceea
barley 33. whole corn 111 to 133.
cracked cot 33 to US. Wheat 133
HAY (Buying.) Timothy til to
111. Clover. IIS to 14; oat hay. 111
to l; mixed, lis to Hi;, alfalfa, lit
HIDK8 (Buying Green hlL. i
to c; sailers. (He to 4H; dry hides,
13c to lie, Shap pelt, 35a to 75e
DRIED FRUITr-Local price ara
arm at rrom no to 0 oa apple and
prune, peachea ar la
ALT Belting Soe to poo tor floe.
5 lb. eack, half ground 40c: 71 for
10S lb. sack
Portland Veaetabl Market.
SACK VEU STABLES - Carrots,
II SSOI1.SS par sack; parsnip. 11.35
flM.M: tUnip 135C1 .10; beets,
w" T l H I m nsnsrasiis ' eL.4t
I1.7S per crate; eabbag. aew. par
hundredweight; cauliflower, Li0fJ
11.75 per down; celery, California, 7c
OOOa per dosa:. cecum bar. Il.llf
IS.SI per tfoaea; eggplant. 15c per lb.;
tarllc. locOlSa per pound: lettuce.
50 per dosea; hothouse lettaee. 11 10
013 per bog; pea. hcOHo per
poand; pepper, SOeOISo per pound:
radUhe. 15 per dosea; rhubarb. e
CSc per pouad.aprouta. acrtomato,
POTATOES Oregon, jobbing prlc.
13 50 per hundred; a-w potatoea. 7e
C7He per pound.
ONIONS Jobbing prlc; Oregon
13.75 per 100: Auatrallan. 3.50 per
100; Texaa. 3 35 per crate: Ca'lfor
nla, s per crate
People who l4Invest,,
In nterpHaea premising abnormal i '
are aaually dl.ippolnteJ. "no,,,,y Urm
They fali U ft tha lttr thty aatd and the ,
mensy paaae te athera, aw,
Th meney aavar ahauld Uka na ahanee with th.
When yeu dspoalt year money an a Tim Certifleata 1 aa 'm
Inga Departmsnt af thla bank. It remain undr
earns a sure and steady rat af Interest. Thtr I. ! aw
la thla kind af an Investment 7 praii.JJJ
The eoaner yau begin, th Mr will yeu he la uu
growing balance. MUa a ,
The Bant of Ofccon Qty
D. a EJkTOraarrra Prealdoat
THE FIRST NATIONAL
) of OREGOaNCTTY, OREGON
CAPITAL. lAO.0oC.0n .
veeNee a eaerai Mnking paeiaesa Open frsn. I A, M )
Oregon City Wood and Feel CoQCj.y
Voor wnta eopslled with any quantity af 4 feet ir II Inch
Nvered ta any pari af City. Price, reason ah I.
FseHl Main S0S ' 0
n City Stack Quetatlena.
HOG 8 Hog are quoted He lower
From 135 Ibe. to 160 lb. Wc. from
150 lb, to 300 Iba. mo.
8evuth and Taylor Street. phone Main 1 and A 1133,
SARDAT SUNDAY N10IIT8. JUNE 1711
High Oaa Vajiiievllle -'. .
World'a Orealest Characler Artist
Cdno Dlonchc Showoltcr
Prima Donna Soprano -.
v. Myroa W. Whlty
Famous American Daaao
Price: 11.50, 1. 7So, 60c. S&c. 36c,
SKATS NOW SCLUNO.
AT HKILIQ THKATRI
3 NIOIITS beginning MONDAY, JUNE II ,
Special Price Matinee Wednesday
. Charlee Frobmaa present
Th Favorite Actor
la W. Somerset Maugham's Comedy access - -
Excellent Caat Msgnlflceat produclloa
Evenings: l, l 60, 1. 7ic, 60c Matinee It 60 to H.
.: .COMINOTTO HEILIO TriCATRt
4 NIOIITS beginning THURSDAY. JUNK It
. Special Prlc Mai In Saturday. '
Th 'Favorite Comedienne
In Her RriUant Comedy Hit
"The Rcjuvcnotion of Aunt Marv"
"Ivenlng: 1 60 to S6c. Ms tine l to S6c.
Seats go oa aal Tuesday, Jon SO.
VEAL CALVES Veal calvee bring
from lo to loc according to grade.
BEET 8TEJCRS ajeel tera for
tha local market ar fetching 6 He to
IH Uva weight
SHEEP e nrui at to 6 Uv
BACON. LA KM sud HAM. ar tnn
PUPILS GIVE RECITAL TODAY.
of Her Oregoa City Puoila.
Mis Eva Benson, who will preaent
a numner of her Oregon City dudII
In recital at the Pint Presort ertan
' Xew Eagiaad.
It ia a parody oa oar form of gov
;e.aaeat that real reform and big
m.v w aw vum aa mmn rnurrn nn RiinrH.. .h.. .
forced oa thoae who hold th offlcea. ; o clock, has arranged the following
aad amend they wiah 'to serve the T program: 8
P1- , t Duet. "The Bluejay.- (Swift). Clyde
A propoaruon to Improve navlga- j Schuebel and France Bowland- "The
oa by expending nearly a miUWaow Ball.- (Kobler). Helen Story:
liar to make Ue river free from "Toe Bugler." (Crosby Adam). Fran-
ajwwwt prooiuiiory iou ougnt to ice Bowland- mxreh. -T)..nV.Hn. -
tarest eren a Clackamaa cwrnty leg- (Mailin). Clyde Schuebel: SaraZande
aad Gavette, (Corelli), Katharine
Branner; "Tb Anawer," "The Dance,
(Maxim). Bern lee Johnson; violin,
"Obertaaa." (Wlemakski), -Serenade,"
luraia), nr. .Scboff; "Rapamel."
(Maxim). "Brownie s Dance." iliar
ti). Marie Walker; Turkish March.
luenneej, ciark Story; "Two Little
Bird Had a Talk On Day." (Martini,
woa uttie Gin," (Gurlitt), Rath
Schuebel; "Hide and Seek," (8cbyttl),
"Song of the Lark.- (Tchackowskli.
; Alice Hoiman; -Tba Brook," (Lack),
Moore: recitation. "Little Or
pnah Annie,'' Velma Randall; "Elfin
Free lock and enaaJ would g?r
ego City and gaiem freight ratea
at would build ap manufacturing
d Jobbing boatneaa, to say nothing
( etimaauiag all their commerca,
-J would make Oregoa City aa ha--rtaat
That acxaUed repreaeotkUrea of
1 people should oppose, aa Improve
eat la th water fra importation of
1 great agncnltaral region paase all
; amoo rule of ander standing.
t i also marveJoua how the do- j Zen
.tment of V. 8. engineers saa allow '
aaaiieT to orag wnan proreanraiai , Dance," "Norwegian Melody," "Patrio
de atkoaid stimulate them to carry I tic Song,- (Grieg), Marie Holmes;
-t an undertaking that means so ( minuet, (Mozart-Schulboff), Haxel
""T- ,. , '.Farrf bolero, (Ravlnk). . Katherlne
, Aa open Willamette river, free locks I'Bninner; "Le Adleux." (Sarate), Pro
v - J canal at Oregon City means more 7 feasor Schuff; barchetta, (Nerin)
the people of Portland rd allZena Moore; variations, Schubert)!
A Mistake to Aim at
" By Bishop CODMAN of Main 6
mi OUT trgr a nation wovM DEGENERATE, would
become effeminate morallj and physical j. .,
IT IS A MISTAKE TO AIM AT DISARMAMENT. WAR
HAS DEVELOPED NOBLE SOLDIERS, NOBLE STATES-
i aasTki aVavaawa aiASI aaT taaWAaU aTaal
; - r . Wlule we all bate the EVILS and IIORROUS of war, we may
. . .. agree To the nnquettioned ralne of aoch an international code and the
development of s.eode of, isternational equity. Yct .f believe we
' should be on onr goaxd! lest we carry the talk of peace anil diaarma
F. tnent.TOO FAIL :::' ' J v;,'
: f; . War ia indeed an evil and cannot be carried on without frightful
y tifferings,arid hoiTlble'cxmaeqtienceB, " But war i4 a ;TUsWlNCl in
moral courage, in self discipline, in zeal for righteousness," in patriot
v via, in the sense of the value of unity and in th contempt for social
vi that destroy national strength,; .
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
CUGON CITY OiTERPRISE
Our boj will call for the mag
azines if you Phone.
Real Esut Tnnafart, '
Th followlas are he real aautf
transfers thai have beea IM la a
offlc of th County Recorder:
II. W. Grlmshaw and Lots 0rla
shaw to Henry C. Wade, Uad la 04'
amas Riverside; II.
Clara Beach and B. A Bead
William D. Ilamm and MyrUf t
Hamm. lots II. 12. block 11 Oud-
, C. W. and Mary Miner to Uut
1 Faublon, lot SO, Tualatin Mmoovt;
, A. C. White. Dells M. Molruy d
, John Mulvsny to D. 0. Whit. M scrw
of D. U C. of Daniel and Alice Hosier,
1 1 11
I luwump a aouin, range
uregon iron m nieei iuiar "
Cyru W. Miner, 7.26 acres of TaaltUx
Meadow; f 10. . ,
J. T. and Lena strait to Janes ul
Cora Perce, block S, Msrshsld; ll
Joe and Adallna Hasslwandsr
I Henry Lubke. SO acres of sectloa M,
township S south, rants 4 .
Franceses Roth to J. U Eckersoi,
land In D. L. C. of Phllandar Let; L
John W. and Kale Thornton to i
C. and Mary A. Cnalpsky, lot 12, Noet
C, Wllsonvllle; 1 110.
Daniel J. Kropf and Anna Kropl i
James Wilson, 114 acres of wti a
township 4 south, rang I ;
Levi Hoatetler and Barbara HoW
ler to James Wilson, 4 acres of
Hon SS, township 4 south, nap 1
Ells and O. L. Darling to H.
and A. D. Cbasa, 1 acre of D. Lft".
William Elloltt; $13,500. '
A. D. and H. R. Chao to C
bin, land In Clackamas county; lP
Laura B. and H. M. Pattoa to
burn Orchard Company, tract T '
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lion 23 and S4. township I south, raw
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