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UORNtNO ENTERPRISE, THURSDAY, TONE 22, 1911.
OREGOH CTTT, OREOOIT
ft. BROOIC. Edit and Mbller.
aa eeean4-iaae iutlr Jaa-
iry S 1111. t the pee eeSoe ( Oma
'if, Oracea. waoer IM Act of Marc
Totw tr awcitrros.
Tw. bjr mall .. ..
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. ur atoaiha. by aaaU
,e nA ay omrrtor
. imirauw ura
lrt Pas, per im tire maerttoa . . . . lis
" rat Pwae, Pr tnrb aMa aaaertlowa. .lee
' W.rr4 noaltte. any paw. Bar mc
firat InaartkMi IK
afaree position u; aaae. -par leJ
dd4 hwortlwa lee
-a war athar thaa flrat par fcaen
Mra Inairttoe. Its
IB paper other thaa flrat pa. Bar kaoh
nlM aieerttona ae
thecals Ite par Itna; ta raraUr 4ar-
i.L-ara vc me.
Taata. For Sale. To Rant. ate. ewe
it wor4 flrat Ineertlen; oaa-nalf eent
tatee for advarttetne; hi .ha Weekly
iterortee will b the aama aa la tha
j.ity. for advertleemente art especially
f.r tha waakly. Where tha aovertleemeai
tranaarrrd from tha dally to tha week
without ctian. tha rata artU ba aa
.n tach for run of tha paper, aa laa aa
r.h for special poaitloa.
'aah ahould accompany ordar wfcere
rty la unknown In boalneee offle of
advertising at lel adrartialnc
'Ircua advert lain and special traaalant
.vert tains at tie to Me aa Inch, aeeord-
to apaclal coadltlona governing tha
Tire Sale" and Bankrupt Ble adrar
amenta tte Inch flrat fneertloa; eddl-
..mI inaerttAna aajna matter Me Inch.
V'twf Items and wall written article
i merit, with Interval to local readere.
11 ba fladly accepted. Rejected manu
rtpt never raturnad unless aorompan
by attains to prepay postaaa.
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
June 22 In American History.
-.V84-Captain W . S ,: S. hlev ritt
narty re hed Cspe Sultiiie hd1
cueo l.leuteunt A W llrwlt nu!
sis ofbers. only aurrlrtira ot ihi
tirwiT olar expelition to 1ji1
!- Onentl Shfter' ttrp tki
tbe Orst landlnt io CtilMio on Mt
liOO-rW'Osie, avfied houie potal
asrlnpi bank bill. eodlnjt It to
President Tsfl to alltn.
(FTom noon tndsy l noon tomorrow ;
Eon arts 731. rise nnoo
1-17 a. m.; ft 30 a. m. ONain in ito
JaactJon wltlr Satnni pnwlnc from
weal to et of tb planet. :t ittw
FARMER FEELS IT LEAST. -Pre
wool sounds fine In Democratic
; latforms but it doesn't work out In a
urty tsriff bill. But the majority
(id reduce the tariff, and that Is some
thing. Now then, for Canadian recip
rocity. If the coat to the "ultimate
cjunumer" is not reduced In this great
rnd glorious free country of ours,
omethlng will happen to both of tbe
i.'g political parties. Loral and na
Monsl combinations have resulted In a
frightful increase In the cost of Hy
ing in this country, and particularly
theW'est, where -x he ererlasttng
(eight rate is added to the Eastern
People In nearly every walk of life
.eel the burden of the struggle to keep
.xpenses within the income received.
. erhaps the farmer feels it the least.
:ie Is comparatiTely .fortunate In be
i.:g able to produce much of his own
jodstuffs and is not, therefore, de
.. ndent and at the mery of the com
uiuations of manufacturers and whole-
tiers. Every resident of the town
.- city, whose circumstances will per
l lit of it. should look ahead to becom
.ig the possemsor of a piece of ground,
here he can at least raise sufficient
odiice to protect him from the stead-
y Increasing prices that confront him
The bluff, hearty manner of Captain
" hll Shannon, of Springwater, will be
ised on the streets of Oregon City,
.ptaln Shannon was always ready to
-e his friends and acquaintances
ith a cheering word.
The Commercial Club will tonight
jcuss many matters of real public
ierest. Tbe meeting is open to the
iilic, and it is your business to be
OAKS HIT KOESTNER
ID; SCORE 8 TO 1
f SAVERS AT MERCY OF FLATER
AFTER FIRST INNING
" ROADSTERS LOSE.
, 'SAN FRANCISCO. Juna 1. (Spec
Oakland turned tables on the
'tmpions today, winning 8 to 1. The
.avers made their tally in the fl.rnt
.ind after that Flater had thm at hl
3.cy. H allowed only five hits.
It lestner waa bit for ten first-sackers,
. "T-kUnd making two scores In the
. ... , mini iu iiie
lith and one Ja th seventh and
Th resulu Wednesday were as fol
Pacific Coast League Oakland 1,
Portland 1; San Francisco t, Vernon
: Los Angeles 2. Sacramento 0.
, Northwestern League Tacoma 13,
M-rtland I; Seattle Z. Spokane t; Van-
t Mver-victoria, rain.
" A roricaoLeaRue Detroit S, CI eve
n-id 8;, Boston 11, New York I; Cnl-
irn . St IsMila 9. PKIIatalnhta tUt
'.Vaahlncfnn 1-1 . '
National League Chicago 14. Pitts-
' g 1; New York 4, Boston 0; Phll
- "elphla 2, Brooklyn 1; BL LoOls 6,
. luclnnatl 2. . .,..,.
aSaWaaSasa- i - ,
Ban rrsaclsco 4 IT .614
Oakland 41 41-'.111
Vmo 41 41 .500
Sacramento ......... IS 41 .464
Lo Angele II 4 .401
W. U P.O.
Spokane) 40 14 .
Tscoma 40 14 .Its
Vancouver St 14 .fit
Portland I 14 .411
8eattle II 34 .461
Victoria It 49 .110
TO GIVE STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL.
St. Paula Guild and Daughtara of King
The ladle of .tha 8t Paul a Guild
of tha Episcopal church and the
Daughtera of tha King will hold their
annual iinw uvrrr ie-mTai m um ui
torlc old bom of Mrs. Dan O Nell and
. . - , - -
Miss Mary L Holmes on Tuaday af-
ternoon, Jun Id. Th rfrshmnts
will be served by th ladle of th
Guild, and th- festival will ba la
charge of tb members living , at
Mount Pleasant. The Daughters of
the King will bav a tabl wher arti
cles will b sold, and there will be
musical selections during the after
noon. Tha old home, known as Roae
Karm, will be decorated for this oc
casion. This Is one of tha most at
tractive places In the state, and ther
is no doubt but there wtll be a larg
A light crop of strawberrlea Is re
ported from all part of th country.
Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Stclnmao. from
Currlnsvllle. visited relatives ner this
By Baron D'ESTOURNELLES
DE CONSTANT. French
ITlIOt'T disousiug re
cent wars, but only ihto
that have taken place
between France and Ku.ia, we
may be nail toJiaveJived through
chapter of history which will be
written one of these days under
the title that en
otism would give
WARS." In lew
than a century
have carried war
into KusMa, fir?t
to MK:nw and
then to the Cri
mea. Neither of these war- II AS
BEEN TAKEN TO HE AIM" and
reihc Hil.er-1 by the Russian jko
ple, and they have not held France
rer.pf)n-ib!c. Neither at Mcow
in Nap'.leonV time nor in the
trenches U-forr Sevntop. lid tin
French 'ldiers' discover anv ifrn
of HOSTILITY, HATRED or
And yet the two governments
before they came to an under
standing bad long regarded war
between tbe two countries a a
NATURAL AND NECESSARY
Btate of tbinir1 to be generally ac
cepted in virtue of reaon of stn'e.
The government believed that
both nation wre bound to bate
each other, while the people them
selves - asked for nothing" bet rer
than mutual confidence.
War a Business
By Major JAMES B. HOUS
TON, Chief Paymaster at
Fort Sam Houston, Texas
ARMY HAS BECOME A
FOR THE MEN WHO EN
TER IT. THE AVERAGE SOLDIER
TODAY IS IN THE ARMY AS A
BUSINESS, FOR THE MONEY
THERE IS IN T.
, Do not make the mistake that
these men are impelled by senti
ment to enlist;' With the majority
of them it is a bnainess, and a
paying one, too 1 ' , - 1
t , ' -
CI oar Craak Craapaary fa running
full capacity. Durtt May tha total
amount ot craam raealTad was 67.14t
pounds, amount of butter maaufactur-
ad 11.711 pounds. Total prlca paia
patron a for buttar fat waa II eaifa
pound net. Tha company put la a
aw concrete floor la tha churning
room. In oaa day last weak 1100
pounds of buttar waa churn ad. This
la tha tlma of yaar whan aapaclal car
must b taken to kp tb eream
swaet Cooling It lmmdlataly from
tha separator Is af and sure
GIRL. 14, IS DROWNED
TRYING TO SAVE FRIEND.
PORTLAND, Or., Jun 11. (Spec
ial.) In aa atteniDt to sava a nlar-
..... - H..,v ln lk. DIV
I aaaa w i wih wvwin aaa a aw s w a a M aa
I Onir, U yar old. waa drowned Baar
tna Untoa Tank tympany's yards, in
th Peninsula district Allc Hunt, for
whom llttl Miss Colyer sacrificed her
life, was saved by Charles Outro, of
1655 Washburn street.
Soon after th accident Charles T
Ladd, sou of William Ladd of Ladd
Tllton. who was passing In his launch,
recovered th body of th rtvr vic
tim after diving several times. Dr.
George K Christmas was summoned,
out me ume gin s iir was xtinci.
Petition ha been filed In th County
Court for, the appointment of Nettle
Krus a administratrix of th estate
of th late J. W. Mayea, who died May
14 last. Tbe personal property of th
estate is valued at $550 and the heirs
are living In Ohio, Illinois, Colorado
By Sir THOMAS SHAUGH
NESSY. President of the Ca
nadian Pacific Railway
T is verv nice to hear of all
tljese noble purposes for the
avoidance of war, but I am
inclined to question whether tne
auppregsion of war is good for the
WAR NOW AND THEN ACTS,
AFTER ALL, AS A SORT OF
CLEARANCE OF SURPLUS EN.
Rut what I think most amusing
in the matter i the attitude taken
by an American money magnate
who has given enormous sums to
the cause of universal peace. He
evidently forget that be acquired
hi- riehe- only through a lifelong
struggle atid cumrnereial war, dur
ing which In- never suffered n ri'l
nor eveii a coitietitor.
All Nations Must Be
Prepared For War
By Chancellor von BETII-MANN-HOLLWEC"
th Cermin n-p're
EXERAI. diirijiHiiient to
end Wars is' an I.VSOI.t'
BLE PROBLEM an long
as men are men.
It will remain true that the
weak will I? the prey of the
strong. If any nation feels that
. a a
it is una hie lon
ger to spend cer
tain sums for de
it will I.VEV
IT ABLY drop
to the eeond
rank. There will
always le a
t r.an.ge r ono
ready to take its
place. We Germans in our ex
posed situation CANNOT SHUT
OUR EYES to this dire reality.
The nations, including Oerma-I
ny, have been talking disarma
ment wnee the FIRST HAOUE
CONFERENCE, but neither in
Germany, nor elsewhere has a
practical plan' been proposed.
Great Britain wishes the limita
tion of anna merits, but simulta
neously wants a superior or equal
fleet.', Any conference on this sub
ieet is bound to v FRUITLESS
Heart to Heart
By EDWIN A. rVYR
KEEP STILL. J
When Blunder pulls on bar seven
league bonis and starts to sldi her
wsrea; when tJonnlp, meddlesome dam,
goes on her wif appointed rouuds from
door to door, all yuu cau do, and tbe
best you can lo. In to -Keep
When y.xir feelings hsve teen Inirl
do 'not I In a buriy to pui our
wounds mi eihiltltlon. Yu may hiiva
lost your wle. Wall, wait: You
may say or do aoiuelUluK you' will !
sorry for Hold up your ruin and -
Keep still. ,
When harsh word emit uperii!ol
put tliecu dowu bottom ut snd bold I
them down by th KudiToH jswer ot
dellberai slleme. lifi suiter Uctii
ens your uiua U-s to milke. wait wall
uutli you cau speak calmly. ucu
you can eak culm I) you way not
want to strike.
When wroug I doue you baaion utl
la returulug good fur ell. II who
wrongs yif wrongs himself tb more.
II weave tbe warp vf vvll lu (be
fabric of bl soul. He puis polaou
bis own blood. 11 will harm bluiseir
mors than you.
Wheo a wean corrvsisindeiit stint.
you to tb quick wlili bis bar 11
words and you feel like tt'"'at nun
aa good as h sends, and aiore. wslt.
Writ tbe letter If you must. Write
tb st lugs you Dual get out of your
system. But da. not send tbe letter!
Iut It away and wait a day or ao.
When you are not agitated read II
again. You way not care to send It.
Keep Still. '
Sllenr la a mighty fore. When
rightly usi-d It 'la one of tb great
powers of the universe. Silence dla
tlngulsbe the forceful man. Sse u
la silvern, but alleuc is golden. He
bo under provorsilou holds bis
tongu In sulmllon has mssteretl
himself. He baa learned a subtle se
cret of life that time and silence will
ftlletM- welths ton.
' Tbe strenctb of It. the weight of It.
has leu known only by tbe few. The
great men have been I be silent meu. ,
Out of their silences bus grown their
Their siretij-tb Is as tbe
towerlnr mountain f-ks-ihestreucth-;oP
of solltBry grandeur. Kternsi sun
shlue settles on their b'esds, tbe sun
shine whk h lights up merited fame. .
8llen e Is ower.
Keep t III.
No borne should lie without a win
dow garden In city hoiuea imutile I
frequently arle from luaunVtent tare j tb sound, she would turn ber fsc In
In aelecilng i-iunts whh b will with , my direction, but only momentarily
stand the iinrnvorable i-ondltloos nU and without any look of recognition
sllr met with T great beat. Insnf Ttls put down to ber native ui.xl
0ient air ami lnutn lent llubt ar of eaty and purity. Itui I reniemliered
ten tb great faults Tbe Oral two j tbat there wss a young niun u.Hlte.
eodUlousJUybemedUKly-i.iienind1lcu liisFlf she con
spraying and dampening. Hpread out 1 ,,rre.l (hat young man especially
cloths to protect the tlo..r an.) spray tbe j goo0 w ,l), P1K fn , r
plants frequently. If there Is iiiauffl j wltn bllUi for lu, WM, , nlf roy
dent llgbi plants must tm cb.en theoretical basis of h.ve st tbst lime.
whlcn will endure the hurt '
Do not msk the uilMsk of ualng
Inferior plants for your window gar
den. Frocure vigorous plant growing
In rbb soil and you will be well re
paid. Amoog the flowering plauts suit
sble for a window garden ar tb
calls, cyclamen. Chine and Kngllah
'prlmrimeo. oiallf ..erniiluma. hello
troes, fucbxla and fr-eiM Attractlr
hanging tukei iiih im Oiled wltb
rlnes to add to tbe tsttuty of tbe room
Th Rotation of Plants.
Geraniums win grow in any soil, but
mut hiive only a uiisleraie s mount of
mHniiresnd not loo iun h water Pan-
sh-s like the rlcheai kind of light, I
loamy soli Most shrulnt like a moder !
ately rich -oil. with veuru unnllcaflons !
of manure on ihe xiirtni-e over th !
roots Cuuuns like Ihe rli hel lbl
kind of soli, with aliiintlnm- of water ;
after tbe start to gr.. I
Kor some renrnm unr-h cannot b
fully explnlned Mime plants will not do i
well two years In succemilon In tha
same plitce. CspeelnllT Is tbla tm of 1
asters anil sweet . It Is mora or '
era nnd sweet peas It Is mor or
i true of ail plants Tbat Is why
farmer rotntea LI. crop aud why
gardener should never. If she can
avoid It. Iilsnr the same aarlefr In th.
asm Dlnce oftener tln.n once In thre.
ri a I
a aeran nf iim, .... .
hi th. ...ii.ti .a .
I..U L-. . in i' k, a
ty all summer If the hlonwoms are
plucked freely and the roots property
. A screen of sweet -. la also iienntt'
ful. but It Is late to plnnt seed for such
a purpose at ibis sen son
ror fnmllles that n re just now mor
Ing Into Ihe country n nnstnrtlttm trel
lis Is better The seeds. If planted
now, will produce hloxMims soon, and
If th rery best iiuhIIit of mlved sel
Is selected the variety of color will be
a constant surprise Ntid delight.
Ds a fence of chlrkon wire and fss
ten sf both ends to stnkew driven Into
J. L. Combs made a business trip
to Portland and St. Johns Monday aid
Mra. Lee Rckerson visited her par
ents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Beck at
Aurora over Sunday.
Miss Robbjns, who has been visit
ing ber brother at Hood River has
returned to Canby.
O. M. Mattlson, who recently sold
his farm to Fred- Holtsmsn, has
bought thirty-one acre from Joseph
Frederick Hahn has sold forty-one
acres to Lars Meltim for 4000.
E. S. Hair, of Portland, bss been
visiting his brother W. If. Dalr for
the past few days.
W, H. Lurke mad a business trip
to Portland Monday.
Mrs. Millie Calvin, of Ool.lendal.
Wash., I, ,,itng ,t j, u Comb.
Mrs. Charley Thomas, who baa U
visiting at gellwood, rtuni m v-
. ft, A
8. J., Vaughn mad a bualnaae trip
to Oregon City Monday.
COURTHOUSE SIPS EXAMINED.
Contract rVab.bly Will Let at Neat
Cnuntv rommlaaloaera' Oonrt
at a meeting Wdnaday iamlnd tb
bids r repairing tn counawuaw.
Among th blddra are CIrno Sim
mons of this city, and William La-
umIIm. of nladalon. Th oontrao
probably will b let at th nit Beet
Ing. Ther Is about 111.000 avails
hi for th work.
Bv W At 1E1 EMMO IKtXJKS
I't'l'y'Shl AimiXiii 1'ieaa A-ao-
elation it a -
Al I went IHO I l.'d "'"
In a re.ir rHHi ll.uk i
were- vsid- ju-l l.ii eiiotib !'
..i-.il. niul IIii-ii Hie ri'iir
Hue iU while hH.Utnu oiil of Mil
Window I w S Uln -illliiM iu.lel
at a window of a lie m ro" iln1
yards Hie was doluH uiuelbiltg Willi
bvr hands aliU U I Inferred in l knit
ting, tbouiili It was done leu.slll Hie
aill u that I rould Hot he ure Mie
was lookluit dowu eiilvrly. but
whether her ryes were ImmiI oil her
work I could not tell I ws stru k
with her regular features aud above
all. wltu an iredoii of sudor
thai avemetl luariTtate to a young
It doesn't require much to set a
young urn us fancy Oylug. though by
this I do not mean to beliui tne pic
ture 10 wblrb I bare rereired I saw
bar about the same time everyday and
fell to dreanilug sIn.ui ber Tbe furl
of lor Is Imagination A youngster la
aitrni ted to a girl not for what she
la. but for what bis fancy mIM her
And girls are still more al to endow
a man wttn noble "uallilra and ie
blm for' them.
It waa In the suimuer time, and
when I came home from buslneaa rv
I ery day at U H waa still very iiuhi. and
j every day st that hour I saw the girl
j OpMMl(e slMllitf In lb Hilar mwIIoii
Hlm-e I sIoh rlgbt up before my own
. window It was IiumhmIiI that abe
j should not nsve been a war of mv
prenence there urvaknaliy sne
would turn ber face outward, but I
; ruld not see thai bei eyea ever raaie.1
w ' rememia-rrti tost s
for girl would noi gaie umD a atrsn-
: ger certainly not wneo ne was ions
j lng st ber 1
Every dsy on entering my room sfter
, my return from buslnesa I dresaed for
i tbe evening, making myself aear as
attractive as ptawible. then threw
0ea tbe shutters wltb aa much clatter
ss ponalble that I mltht attract tb st
taut ton' of tbe elrl onooalie
but I ssw no other way of sttrsciinu
1 spent some time discovering the
young ludy'a'Aiame. tben wrote her a
note coucbed In aa manly aiHt rri't
ful terms aa I knew how.. I hud no
thought of making heoUway hy what
I wrote, but I must oeti coiiuiiiiiiic
tlon. aud In doing ao I wlsheil to give
tbe girl an oplnlou of me commen
surate with tbe sdmlrallou. If any.
that ah hsd for my persons! apiesr
To make a long story short. I recrlv
ed a courteous reply to my note. I lie
young lady stating timi. ihouub she
could not copseiit to a t-orreMtumli-iti-e
wltD atranger. In ense I coniu II nd
nens or msklng myaeir kuown u
w, through a uhiiumI frieud or otuer
w'"- should my position niul t lisr.i.ter
Pr"Te aatlsfactory. she would be hap
p" IO l,;,Vr ,a" UIK, '"'r
Tbe dy I received this note K asut
ouie time Is-for my mirror wonder
"'" f,r' b"Uld have found
, " altriii llveiieBS lu It as to tal
,unU ' r"r"''l reply. I set my
,u w'"'" om-ovifT some mutual
fr,4'n'J ,u '"''' ue; but. baring
' rnUy "" tbe city a striiiiger.
14 h"M, lV. Hnally I
"rk to dlMover M.me mulus
wr,,le '"'her note to tbe girl I ad
,,,,r,", n " n ""U"
(s-rnilssion to furnish refereut-es.
To this . received a reply Ibnt abe
'tild not receive cnlls for a few weeks,
" after the ' esplrHtlon of that
H'" w ' H same mind she
wul, l'"lIr rei-elr me
a rn- wa v-w-se rt -i w lit- IIVlt-va J III
life. Kruin Hi i ii Jar to HuikJhv rnvtuni
like from inoutb to month. After
throe Kundnya bnd piiswUl dlsaicb
ed a"iioi asaltig If I might be per
uiltted to call. I received u reply glv
Ing the desired iermlsslon I hut day
Wlieu after tbe aeudtng up of my
i-oru .miss II ark icy i-atn Into the
room where I awaited her whm I es
pecially noticed was that she looked
nt me as though she had never seen
m before and waa curious to know
what Miri of a liMiklng fellow I wns.
Having received me wltb n .jfnir
amount of cordiality, we senied our
selves, and she said:
"I will eiplaln why I puf yon off
so long. It was necessary. . I had
learned who yog are. and the deliiy
was not ttccntis the report I had
of yon, for It wn very fluttering
The truth Is I hut I wss horu blind
unru a couple of weeks iit'o imii
never seen any object i wus receui
ly decided by Severn I isiiIIhIs In iiiiiii
el Unit an ortermlou almniil M- per.
rormeu on my eyes with ii view to
opening up n world to me. Tlwt osrii
tlon bna iM-en eminently suctessful
You bare mentioned In your notes
having seen me ni uiy window - hsve
never seen you till this moment. "
That was lb last of relltinre ttton
my tnanly beauty to win s sweetheart.
I mnrrled Miss slarkley, but I woo her
not by my. good looks, for she ssrs
that I am rather homely than band
vaue bll la are all Mid by !
ms a rlp. Ne teauala abawt shanfte, ,JDJ!.rWwal k.
msnts, n utln a to vrr ywr mny ht . t all'
yu bav rslvd. Yur nana bb and tha stubs m
always Ull th. atry. ' ,,u"' snHkJJ
BE ON THE SAFE SIDE AND
OIEN AN ACCOUNT AT THE
The Bank of Oregon Citv
OLDEST BARK Ilf THI COUlfTT
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of OREGON CITY , OREGON
Tea naaata a 0ral wanking Malna, Open Iron,
THE MORNING ENTERPRISE
Is on sal at th following stores
Huntley llros Drugs
Main 8 1 reel.
J. W. McAnulty Clgsrs
Hvontb aud Main.
Main near Hlktb.
M. K. Dunn "onftlonry
Next door lo I. O.
City Drug Blur
t Electric Hotel.
' Walter Utile Confectionary
&14 Beventh Btrt.
M. Volkmar Drugs
Seventh near Outer.
Beveuth and '. Q Adams. 4
Mark Twain rt Advertising.
"It pays to sd vert la," said
Mark Twain. "When I was adit-
Ing th Virginia City Enterprise,
writing ropy on day and mining
th next, tried to fore tbla
truth In many ways. a
"A superstitious subscriber one
wrote and said b bad found a
spider oh bis paper. Was this
iikmI or bad lurk? I replied lo
him In our Answers to Correapon
Units' column as follows: , ,
-old Hubacrlher; Tb And-
Ing of a apider In your copy of
Ibe Enterprise was neither good
lurk nor bad Th spider waa
merely looking over th pages to
nnd out whst merchant wss not
advertising, o tbat It rould spin
a web across his Ooof and lead a
free and undisturbed elsienc for-
ever after. "
leal Estat Transfer.
Tbe following am the real estat
transfers tbat have been tiled In Ihe
office of th County Recorder: '
James A. Hunnell to W. J. Schmaach,
lots 3 and 4, block II. Oak ilrov
A .W. and Mattel ftotkln to R. V.
Kluman and W. It. Harris, 31.13 acrw
of aectlon IS, township 1 south, rang
5 eaat; .
Frank and I less I K. Andrews lo
Mark O:on, trart , FTultvlll acres;
Ulwrula tUvtnga Hsnk Kllen E.
Coliirelter. ioU c aud II, block t. lots
12 siid IS. Mock 4. tots IS, o, block
Mitwaukl Park; 1.
Kllen K. and II. B. fold felt er to V.
" C ililfclter, Ma 0, II. block t, lota
12. 13. block 4. Mllwaukl Park; 1.
Thomas K. and Ines M. Ryan to
Ijiwrrncr and lllanrh Mauls, land In
P. M Hluearson D. U C; 00.
Julia Hager t al to Wllliaaa A. aa4
Francla -YeoniMjia, .11 .16 acres of sec-
Ion 4. lowuahlp .1 south, rang I
Adolf Croat Urbmldt lo Oabrlel
Clarence ( hi ode. land In section l&
ueorge A. nu Maggie ward lo o
II. Kby, ft ncrea of som Cranfill Land
t'lalm. township 1 south, rsng
Thra Clavae Tallaes.
Three eiever tailor. hhO Ibelr shop
on a lendlna Mi.iomm .iis.i
an ihe irsrte ! !' " eolry, Callfiirala. jh
i , irwi?, !r r.B: c!?vu.";"ts iiV
was enger in get
tile, and em Ii h
Tailor Nil I pui mis Nlerneiiieiit
In his show winti.iw .
TIIR HKHI fAltHi IN
When Isllor .No aw Ihla he iiiihIh
Up his miint lit go III" ii-ilIii.i mie
Is-tier. He llmiitilii nimI liMiiiutn ami
Onally hit on mi- n(Ki-niM-uo-oi.
wbl'h be piai-ed aiirsi'iitei) in ma
THI PKST TAIMiR IN THIM
Tailor No. 8 all ibe while wan keep
ing very quiet. He waa too imsy to
psy mucb a I tent Ion tu ibe Krai sign,
but when tbe second went up n
winked his eye and laughed in bis
sleeve, and very likely hi several nib
er sleeves, for he waa the cleverest
Inter bis sign weut up. II read;
THK HtST fAIM)R IN THIS
Bsthing In Sweden.
Tb weekly bntb at some of tb pel
vat schools In Sweden la a very run
ny affair Running, but and cold ws
ter Is unknown, and tbni ibe pupils
may all bath at tb same time aim
help each other round, shallow moa
full of water ar placed on tb msir
in a circle.
Each boy la given a pair of cloin mil
Una and a piece of Msp and told tu gel
Into a tab. Tb tulsi ar no (wm
r. Wbeo Hie boys bar been iumms
a few nun li s acb one ta told to set
I work ou lb back of tb boy in
front of him nod give htm a good
Nothing could be more Itidb-rotis
than tb Might of two or more doien
boys vigorously belaboring each otn
rs back wltb tbelr wash rags. Oii s
siouarrjr on will take this oitorlu
olty of paying off an old score aud
will dig bis neighbor s back with a
vengennce. As ami, all .iohi for
ward to tb batb bour wltb pieasur.
and th gr en test bllartty prevails amid
tb splashing of Mwp and water.
Yur aback, wk.
FAMINE IS FACED
III POTATO m
OLD CRO ABOUT'lXHAUtTlo
AND NEW SPUDS A.
A famln e.lst, ,
kt. S.oi ks of old po.a.iH.. ir,
ibaustd and th .m.n t,mtZ
, ' : nwi iraas,
New Oregon p.rtata ar enm,
forward I free I y ,
nominally quoted artl,ia , Si?!
tHiund. although M.ma of ,b.
may not bring these ngure
Pr cnt of tha slo. k la too ,,Mtfi 22
to creat. much of . .lemsnd aa4 kit
not a famln existed. uM Bol . J
any call at any price . "
Additional reisirta of the datntta la
nw crop potatoes .y Monday's Tha
ar blng received
Qutarna for ortgrn rjltj
POTATOES - Heat.' K M. toot
II It; co tr mon. 1 Huying. ttrlau.
sle. 11.10; ordinary tl Ml
rixjvR and -rei-riohr b
atady, sailing frotn It to tiV) -
llttl of chapr gradrs rad u
higher and rising slowly Ursa brlui
OATS-tltuylng)-Ufsy. from a
to 37; white, from : to ;
I1UTTICK (baying) Ordlury
ceunlry brings from ij. l0
fancy dairy from 10c to j: erMav
ry ire to jc.
CUU8 ( ituyingi -Ar rsnglLg frost
10e lo tie, according' to irsda
POULTRY I lluylng -iVV IH nt
tl good stork offered (KmJ ksoa tr
bringing ISc. old nirs tr Ii wr
dmand, broilers bring from 20c to lit
wltb good demand.
WOOL tlluy.ig ,Vool prlcws an
ranging from 11c to I Jc
MOHAIR I Muring -Prices oa wa.
balr bav been way up. sons kani
brought as b'gh ss 39c locally. n.
tatlons are 17 "e and demand l straaf
from IJ8 50 to 27 60, short : tofti
rolled barley S3I.&0 0 tin:, proeesi
barley 113, whole corn III to 131
erecked-corirtil to IMWsat ta
HAY (Ruyint i Timothy HI
flS. Clover, til to III; oal air. til
to U; mlied. til to H. alfalfa, tl
HinBS nuylng-(een bids. It
to Se: saltsrs, lc to Cr; dry kid,
lie to 14c. Bhtsp pelts, tie t 7k
DRIED FRi;iT8-lHst prices tn
firm at from So i0 10c on appiei t4
prunes, peaches are loo
SALT Selling toe to oo tor 8m
CO lb. sack, half ground 40c; 71 tot
oA Ih. sacks
. aariaeirf z..i.ki. u.rk...
, Sim vmrrim t-o r.ri.
1 ! $M5CI1 10 per sack; parsnips. Ill
mi 40; lurnlpsi 91250 f I SO; barta
VXOKTABUCtr Asparagus, oc)
tl-Ti per erat; eabbags, uew, II pw
I31S per doten; eggplant. ISc per lb.;
garlic. lUctfUc per pound; lettuce.
Boc per ri.nen; hothous letturs, tl.N
CVtt per boi; pens, SrOlle prr
inrnd; peppers, 30cff35c per poand;
radishes, 15e per dosen; rhubarb, Itfl
fi 3 ier pound; sprouts, 9-; tomstoei,
POTATOES Oregon, jobbing pries.
13 60 per hundred; n-w potatoes, U
0 7 Ho per pound.
ONIONS Jobbing prlr-t, Oregon
12.75 per 100; Anstrsllan. 1.169 Iter
100; Tsias. 1215 pet crate- Cs'l't
nla, fi pr crat
Oregon Cltv Stock Uuotatlont.
HOOS Hogs ar quoted 4c Mf
"rom 125 Ih. lo 160 lbs ''. fmB
160 Iba. to 100 Iba. mc.
VEAL CALVES Veal cal.es orln.
from 8c to loo according to grtids.
IIKKF STEERS leet -teers' ft
the local markets r feirhlns. JHel
flke live eiKDt.
SHEEP i urm at ic to 5a .IM
vctght . : . ... ' . , H
SELL WOOL NO',1
We Pay Top Prices
Oregon Commission Co.
Dealers in Flour, Hay,
Grain, Feed, Coal and
i ith And Main STS.
WVaSl. waa- - - a
Oregon City j
a a s. rk.sas erfcxrmriBUin 10
A, O, ESI1U W UUallllSB A avi. V -,.,-A
O. Drown, lots J and 1, block 13. Wind
ITIUa Oli'rhaultlM IO tit S. DOTTf'
lfl.07 scraa. Jaaon Kellogg drtnstlon
land claim, township t south, rsots i
and t ait; 1. -
Cllsa Starkweather to Ella E- Whip
ple. 15.07 acrs. Jason KelloM on
tlon land claim; fl.