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VOL 2-N. 33.
OREGON CITY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1911. -
Pnt Week, 10 Cent
CAN HE COME BACK ?
J. PIERPONT MORGAN, JR.
FRIENDS TO AID
Sen of New York Financier,
Wh Is AJate of Father.
BATTLE ROYAL NOW ON FOR
HANDSOME PRIZES OFFERED
BY THE ENTERPRISE.
HISSTILLIE MEYERS GOES TO FRONT
Swstt Muslo of Ballot Dropping Into
Big Bom Should Be Strain
Leading You On To
With firm determination toady In
limit' on every friend for subsrrlp
lun Hie candidates are alert with
xvrrloh excitement. It U going to
a rme to the royal Mat of success
In It h keen activity every etep of the
K I-Lf lrHuluxt
L-.irh ilnv at the contest la drawing to
k rlKe I Increasing in public In-
It In nfe to aay tbat every randl-
Mite In the rare will make an effective
LiiitiK In the vote totala before the
nd of the offer or DOUIILK VOTES
ft Tuesday Tuesday at 0 o'clock
Hundred of friend Of the com-
-ting candidate are ' watching the
itr dully to im how their partlcu
ir favorite aland In t he-rare, and
list her chance are to win the
mini upright Kimball piano, and
iieresting themselves, each -eland-
iX an Milld unit behind their reapeo
ve representative, now that the pon
r r.ttiilldHte are yell and evenly
atrhed In the battle for supremacy.
Km Meyer I Flrt. "
Is-prlxed of holding flrat poeltlon
diNtrlrt number one by a gain of
er ri.iion votea by Mia Till! Mer
uit. VIhh Kva Kent take second place
the snm district by a very close
ariln. t Mlns Meyers'., friend 1" are
rnestly Intereated In her campaign
(1 a keen struggle up until the very
ising hour of the polls la expected.
Likewise will an army of friend
In action to defend the Interest
Kva Kent whose untiring effort
piling up a vote defenao that will
'l he easy lo ahalter.
MUs Myrtle Cross, Mr. R. F. 7.1m-
ermau. Mm Aide war and Mia
L-ns Htory are not to bo considered
I of the rannlug by any moan for
C'diiIihI prlre to )e awarded to the
t dlHtrlct, If a turnl of warm per
nl frlenda and plenty of ambition
Hutu for anything.
In district number two Mr. M. T.
irk Mi1led the Urgent number of
ion since the last count, placing her
ml to nearly 64.000 vote. Mr,
irk hint favorably tmpreeed her
finU wlth'the way ahe la handling
r c unimlKii. and with ber hoat of
lends In and around Canby will keep
r competitor buy.
Mlns Helen Smith, of Canemah, atlll
tains firm position In thl district.
ronridenre her frltnd have In
r Mlil lit y U strengthening day by
M(h Mildred Ream, of Willamette.
wnrly reached th 72.000 mark,
d still hold n(-ond place In dle
rt timnber two. Ijuhu than 2.000
ins will deprive Mia Ream of that
l; Ion, an Ml lilodwen Thoinaa,
Reaver Creek, la a very do third.
her Candidates Gain.
Other candidate showing remark-
ie gnina In thl district are Mis
mle Gardiner, of Meldrum. Mia
run Mend, of Gladstone, and Mia
y llaidorf, of West Oregon City.
me cundldate have atarted out In
kmcMt to bring down th diamond
'irk (lint are now on exhibition at
nrnielnter a Andresen's Jewelry
"inc. and why shouldn't-they redou-
" their effort during the next lx
y. They have to get .the vote any
y. to he at all In the rnniilna on
litemiicr 2. and while they are get
i'g the vote they must necessarily
f getting aubacrlptlon and th one
" get the moat yearly subscrip
ts neiore August 14 I going to get
very handsome diamond rlna. Th
kmlldutea who are entermislns:
I'MiKh to win one of the diamond
s will very likely have something
P say n to who will e the owner of
ps Kimhnll piano on September 2
is wny the candidate are put
(Continued on page S.)
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k - l-'w vhimh inn IO " lltK t
r Straight anrf na.r.t i. .....
rnf to b ablc to walk a tight rope.
Th successful merohant know
'rfrsn. u. . -
Lk.i " e;now mat raci are
W sr. ahi....i-
rtk . . -we-w-j VlieiKiy TV Vffl
? "EDUCTIONS on all odd. and
nd In ordr to eln up.
It win pty you lo (00k u ovp
Not Llk Other,
th and Main . "
'"Vft J"t received a splendid
zStki -"ir r
DR. WHITESIDE SUES
(eorg M. Hecreet, administrator of
lllicj.sUt.ft of.H. U Becrest, I defen
dant In a suit filed - by (leorge - 8.
Whiteside, for t.lOo alleged to le due
for professional work, '
Dr. Whiteside I a Burgeon of Port
land, and at the time of Mr. Emery'
Illness, Mrs. Emery being a daughter
of the late R. U Hecreat, his services
were Obtained at the auggestlon of
Dr. K. H. Mount, or this rlty. tt was
necessary to operate upon Mrs. Km
ery, and ahe received medical treat
ment for aome time after. S. I Be
crest died on July . 110. and Heoige
Herrest waa appointed admlnlatrator
on July 5. of the same year. A notice
of creditors waa published for the
purpose of settling up of the estate,
and when Dr. Whiteside's bill was
presented It waa disallowed, as waa
also the nurse's bill for one week,
the other being paid. The nurse was
Miss Hilda Knglehardt, and she turn
ed her account over to Dr. Whiteside,
aa also Bella Oallentlne, also a pro
feslonal nure. who asked for $3
day while acting aa nurse for Mrs.
Kinery. This bill waa also turned
over to the phyalclan. Dr. Wnlteslde
Is represented by J. E. Hedges and
D. J. Hayne. the latter of I'ortlund.
BIG PICNIC SUNDAY
The Turnvereln member of this
city and Portland are making prepare
tiona for the picnic to be given In the
Bchnoor park at Willamette next Bun
day. Colonel Hofer, of Salem, will
deliver an address in English, while
Andrew Hlckley. of Portland, will
make an address In German. The
Turnvereln of Portland will furnish
Brother orchestra of Cladatone, will
mualcal selections, and the Patterson
furnish music for dancing. German
ocletle from all over the stste will
be represented. No admission fee
will be charged, and all who attend
will have a good time. The general
committee la composed of Henry Stre
blg, Loul Nobel and August Schnoor.
STANDING OF CANDIDATES IN CONTEST
CANDIDATES IN DISTRICT NO 1.
MI88 MYRTLE CROSS. T. 777. 7. .Oregon City 34521 -
MISS A LI .IE WARE Oregon City 24280
MISS LENA STORY Oregon City 31161
' MRS. E- F. ZIMMERMAN... .....Oregon City . 30002
MISS TILLIE MEYERS Oregon City , 39063
MISS EVA KENT Oregon City. 38393
MISS ELLA WHITE. ...4 Oregon City 3526
MISS ROSE JUSTIN Oregon City 6546
MISS LILLY LONG Oregon City 8568
MISS ANNA WOODARD Oregon City 3936
MISS EVA ALLDREDGB Oregon City 17852
CAf'DATES IN DISTRICT NO. 2.
, o Vote.
MISS JENNIE DIX Mullno 8780
MISS ELLEN MOEHNKE Shubel 45160
4 MRS. M. T. MACK Canby 53932
MISS ADA LAKIN Mllwaukle v. 16986
MISS FAY BATDORF West Oregon City 54405
MISS EDNA HUTCHINSON Canny ,' 7521
MISS MILDRED REAM Willamette 71269
MISS ADA CARES 8andy 2525
MISS LILLIAN HOLMES Sandy f.. 12211
MISS NORA KIMDERLY Boring 2508
MRS. JULIA HOLT ..t Oak Grove ,.. 7638
MISS INEZ KNOX Boring 6430
MISS ELSIE 8HOBNBORN Caru 19465
s MISS ETHEL CL08NER .'. . ,8prlngwater ... 69785
MISS BLODWEN THOMAS Beaver Creek 54560 4
MISS MAY JOHN80N Clackamaa 8670
MISS ETHEL DB BOK.. j Willamette 6742
MISS ANNIE GARDINER Meldrum 60394
MISS HELEN 8MITH Canemah 106461
MISS HELEN RABICK Stafford 46630
MRS. DELIA ROBERT8 Jennings Lodge 6050
MISS ROXY COLE Molslls 2501 i
MISS VERNA MEAD Gladstone 26190
MISS HAZEL HUNOATE ..Molalla 7812
! JUDGE HAYES AND
ACTOR PUT OUT FIRE
William Walport, the Portland ac
to, and Judge p. E. Hayes, extinguish
ed a fire at Clear Creek Park Sunday
night, which threatened the destruc
tion of the timber on the grounds.
Judge Hayes was telephoned after the
ft re had gained considerable headway
and he hastened to the Park In an
automobile. Mr. Walport, however,
who waa camping near the place
where the fire had atarted had been
lighting It for sometime, and It waa
under control when Judge Ha ye ar
rived. The Motor -wa formffrty a Are
warden In Colorado, and he under
stood Just how to combat the blaze.
A strip of msple timber about 300 feet
long snd fifty feet wide waa burned.
Hut for the prompt action of Mr. Wal
port and Judge Hayes, the Are would
have been one of the most disastrous
ever known In thl county.
Today at The Grand Moses.
BE HELD TOMORROW
Governor Weat will pas through
Portland on Thursday morning for As
toria to attend the Centennial, and
probably will attend the Carmen'
picnic. Preparation are under way
for the biggest Carmen' picnic ever
held In Portland. It will be held at
The Oak tomorrow, and the commit
tee on arrangement ha provided
unique features for the entertainment
of the crowd. A choru of thirty
voice from the Norwegian 8inglng
Society, a band concert, bagpipe con
test and Scotch dancing will be some
of the feature.
The object of the sale of tickets on
streetcars by the carmen for admit
tance to the picnic grounds la to raise
funds for their sick benefit fund. The
picnic Is, held under the auspices of
the Brotherhood of Electric Railway
Employee. The streetcar company
haa contributed $500.
Life of Mosea today The Grand.
LEAVE TOR CRUISE
The Oregon City young men who
will form the nucleu of a naval di
vision for thl city went to Portland
last night where they boarded i the
Cruiser I tost on for a cruise to Coo
Hay with the various Oregon Divi
sions. The party ' was composed of
Harry Y. Miller, E. C. Dye. Carl Lai
sen, Leslie Henry, Gilbert Morris, La'
verne Taylor, Lyle Qault, Herman
Miller, Clayton t'reytag and DeRyal
Oh vis. ' The young men will be gone
two weeks, and tt I expected on their
return tbat theJ.dlvjBlon..wlll be or
ganized and mustered in.
MRS. -BURGESS GIVEN
- Mrs. James Burgess, who ha lived
at Clackamaa Height for many yeara
and who plana moving to Oregon City,
wa tendered an all-day surprise party
on Friday. The day was spent In
needlework and a social time. One
of the features wa the "spread,"
which consisted of all of the delicacies
of the season. During Mrs. Burges'
residence at Clackamas Height she
nns made many friends, who regret
to have her move to Oregon City.
Those attending were Mrs. Jsmes
Burgess, Mrs. John Cummings, Mrs.
W. Rlttenhouse, Mrs. Austin Ritten
house, Mrs. A. F. Brown, Mrs. James
Moore. Mrs. Crosby Smith, Mrs. Let
ter. Mrs. Charles Grace, Mra. Lucy
Ware, Mra. George Shortledge, Mrs.
Frsnk Hubbard, Mr. J. W. McAnulty.
Mrs. Gilbert Kinder. Mra. L. S. Ald
rlch, Mrs. John Aldrlch, Mrs. Heln,
Mrs. Julia Roberta, Miss Daisy Mc
Anulty, Miss Ethel Mann, Miss Marie
Hurgess, Miss IJnnle Brown, Miss
May Cummings, Miss Dorothy Bur
gess., Mis Edith Heln. Hazel. Velma
and Lille Smith, Evelyn Kinder, Dor
SPEED IN AUTO TO
STOP TEPEE REVEL
Harry Clark, the half-breed. Gus
Welnsett and another man were ar
rested Tuesday afternoon by Deputy
Sheriff Miles and Chief of Police Shaw
at the tepee of Mollis Clark on the
South End road. The Indians and
white were holding a drunken revel
at the tent of the aged aborigine and
aomeone telephoned to the sheriffs
office that the residents of the neigh
borhood were In danger. Mr. Miles
obtained an automobile, and, In pass
ing through Main atreet picked up the
Chief of Police. They broke all speed
records In getting to the scene of the
trouble. Clark, who aa a rule shows
fight when approached by a police
man, waa handcuffed and he and the
other two men were brought to the
W .E. O'DONNELL 18 HURT.
Brother of Mr. I. C Bridge Operated
on By Dr. Sommer.
W. E. O'Donnell, brother of Mra. I.
C. Bridge, of thin city, fell from the
Alhera' building at Alblna. Portland,
and suslslned serious Injury to "his
hesd. Mr. O'Donnell, who was one
of the carpenters working on the
building, fell from the scaffolding. His
head struck a rock. He was taken In
sn unconscious condition to the 8t.
Vincent's Hospital, and an operation
waa performed on hie skull by Dr. R.
A. Sommer. Mr. O'Donnell'a condi
tion wa slightly Improved Tueaday.
He I married and ha two children,
the youngest being one month old.
. - Chautauqua Director Meet.
The director of the Willamette
Valley Chautauqua ' Assembly, at a
meeting Tuesday afternoon, paid out
standing accounts and transacted
MONEY ' PLEDGED TO BUILD
DELEGATES ENTHUSIASTIC TOR ROAD
Committee To Be Appointed By Vac
lou Commercial Bodies To Work
Wrth Capital Highway
That the citizens of Clackamas
county are Interested In the proposed
capital highway between Portland and
Salem, and will aid In every way pos-
aioie io nave it ouiii, waa indicated
at an enthusiastic meeting of represen
tative of commercial hodie held at
Club Tuesday afternoon'
Only one man offered any objection to
the building of the road and he waa
hissed. More than 100 business and
professional men were present and
everyone expressed himself aa being
In ravor of starting the work at once.
Various communities offered financial
and other aaaistance.
The following resolution. Introduc
ed by O. D. Eby, of Oregon City, waa
Resolved, by thl body of citizens
assembled that w Indorse the propos
ition of contracting a capital highway
from Portland to Salem, and tbat we
are willing to contribute toward the
construction of such a highway on
the East 8lde of the Willamette Riv
er; and be It further resolved, that
the commercial bodies - of Sell wood.
Mllwsukle, Oak Grove. Jennings
Lodge, Gladstone, Oregon City, Mount
Pleasant, New Era, Canby and Barlow
each be Invited to appoint a commit
tee of three to become an executive
committee to work In conjunction
with t ha Cm nl t a 1 UlirhwBW Pnm mlaulnn
and ihe County Court to locate and
construct such a highway, and that
the first Joint meeting of this com
mittee be left to the President of the
Commercial Club, of Oregon City."
Road Will Be Great Benefit.
Announcement was made that the
members of the committee would be
named the latter part of the week,
snd President Hedges, of the Commer
cial Club. Is expected to call a meet
ing upon receipt of the names. There
was a unanimity of sentiment that the
road would be of great benefit to
Clackamas county, - and the various
delegations gave ample assurance
tbat the money necessary for the en
terprise will be forthcoming.
In the absence of President Hedges
F. J. Tooze wa appointed chairman of
the meeting. M. D. Latourette was
named secretary. Delegation from
Sell wood. Milwaukle. Oak" Grove, Jen
nings Lodge, Gladstone. Oregon City,
Mount Pleasant, New Era. Canby, Bar-
low, Hubbard, and Aurora were pres
ent. George F. Rogers, C. T. Prall and
Grant B. Dimlck. of the Capital High
way Commission, outlined the propos
ed work. . Mr. Rodgers, who Is chair
man of the commislon, said that the
routes would be surveyed as soon as
possible, and each district was ex
peeled to build Its part of the boule
vard. He said that the governor would
furnish convict labor, and that $2,000
a mile wa the estimated cost of the
highway. All money, he added, con
tributed by the counties and individ
uals for the work, must be placed In
the hands of the commission. The
money, however. Is to be apent In the
various districts that contribute It.
Judge Dimlck said that no partiality
would be stiown In deciding the routes
for the proposed loo pea. The district
that offered the most money, with oth
er things on their side, would be fav
Farmer To Be Aided.
E. F. Chapman, of the Portland
Commercial Club, made a short
speech in which he declared that the
highway would be a great thing for the
state. He declared that the Willa
mette Valley actually began at Ore
gon City, and that the entire county
would be benefited by the highway.
Mr. Moore predicted that the farmers
would soon be hauling their produce
to Portland on automobile trucks. In
stead of paying high freight rates.
Aman Moore, President of the Port
land Cement Company, said that con
victs in Colorado had been found most
excellent road worker and that the
usual force employed ou the work
could construct a mile of road a day.
J. F. Kertchem and A. N. Wills, of
the Sellwood Board of Trade, prom
ised the aid of the business men of
that city In building the thoroughfare.
W. H. Golding, of the aame place, said
that the city would provide a hard
surface pavement along the line of the
road through that city. Charles RIs-ley.-of
Oak Grove; C. B, Moores, of
Portland, and M. O. Lee. of Canby,
promised financial aid. Mr. Lee aatd
that the Canby Commercial Club
would furnish $1,000 or $2,000 or more
If necessary. O. E. Freytag, of Glad
stone, promised the co-operation of
the residents of that city. C. Newell,
of Jennings Lodge, said that munici
pality would do It part in the build
ing of the boulevard. H. E. Cross said
thst Gladstone would contribute hand
somely If the road Is built under the
supervision of a competent engineer,
Buech Offer Suggestion.
Frank Buach, Sr., a merchant -of
Oregon City, gave some valuable In
formation regarding the building of
roads In Germany, J. M. Warnock,
of the Mount Pleasant Commercial
Club, said that organisation would do
Ita part toward providing money for
the enterprise. J. Brown, of New
Era, nrged that River Road south of
Oregon City he made a part or the
boulevard, and Mr. Bore, of Hubbard,
said that the people of that section
would contribute as liberally a any
In proportion to the population.
E. 8. lJren, the Oregon City mer
chant, said that the meeting at Salem
(Continued on Page 8.)
FARMERS ARE AIDING
STATE FAIR EXHIBIT
The farmers of Cbvkamaa county
and resident of this city are taking
an active interest in the coming atate
fair, and the Indication are that the
exhibition this fall will be, the best
ever held. There will be many visi
tors to the fair who wish to locate In
Oregon, whose object will be to see
wbat county exhibits the best and
Many farmers have visited -the of
fice of Freytag tt Miller sad deposited
with them sample of grsln and fruit,
which will be sent to the fair. Jacob
Grossmiiller brought to Oregon City
on Monday a fine- sample of Klondike
wheat, which is about five feet In
height; A. Achillea, of Willamette.
brought two samples of airaira, or the
second and third cutting: George
Brown, of "The Maples." brought a
sample of Black Beauty oats and J.
L. Waldron. of this citl. brought a
sample of Black Republican cherries,
that are among the finest that have
been on exhibition in this city. They
are to be placed in a preservative and
taken to the fair. O. D. Eby. of this
city, brought two samples of peach
plums. There are 49 plums of this
delicious fruit on one limb, which is
18 Inches In length. These also have
been placed in a preservative. At the
close of the State Fair these exhibits
will te taken to Canby, where they
will be placed on exhibition at the
County Fair, which will be held on
September 27. 28, 29, 30.
Today at The Grand Moses.
TO BE PUBLISHED
The clerical force In the Sheriffs
office Is preparing the delinquent tax
list for publication. Chief Deputy
Sheriff staats said Tuesday that about
$40,000 was due on real estate. Per
son In arrears wilt not only have to
Dav the Density which atarted on
April 1. but the cost of publication
The number of delinquents (bis year
la about the same ss last. It Is thought
that many person will pay immed
lately after publication.
Today at The Grand Moses.
KNIGHTS AND LADIES
PLAN BIG RECEPTION
Willamette Lodge No. 873. Knights
and Ladles of Security, went to Port
land by special car Monday night to
attend a business session at the Eure
ka Lodge, headquarters in the Wood
men building on Sixth and East Alder
streets. Plan were made lor the big
meeting to be held on September 11,
at which time the president of the
Knights and Ladles of. Security
Klrkputrlck, of Topeka, Kan., and the
National Secretary J. B. Abrahams, of
Topeka. wilt be la attendance. The
four lodge of Portland, and the lodge
Of this city will have charge of the
meeting, and lodges from all part of
the state will be represented. 11 is
planned to have 600 candidates in
itiated, and ail the order are working
hard to obtain members. The local
order Is making a record for mem
bership. A committee from the local order
was appointed to assist in the enter
tainment of the officers. It is com
posed of I. C Bridge and W. C.
Green. The former Is president of the
Willamette Lodge, and was unable to
attend Monday night's meeting, owing
to accident to Mrs. Bridge brother.
W. E. O'Donnel. Mr. W. C. Green
took Mr.. Bridge' place during the
business session. Mr. Green ws one
of the representatives at the National
Council held at BprlngOeld. III., on
year ago. The entertainment com
mittee is composed of M. P. Chapman.
R. E. Woodward and Mra. Albert John
son. The Oregon City delegation will go
to Portland on September 11.
6000 feet tt The Grand.
TAFT DISPLEASED OVER FAIL
URE TO STRIKE OUT JU
voters to pass a PhCfvsm:
President Probably Will Let Msasur
' Become Law Without HI .
SignatureVote I ,
WASHINGTON, Aug. 8. The bill
granting statehood, to New Mexico
and , Arizona legislation tbat - ha
been for many year the dream of the
people of those territories was paa-
enafe tonight, 53 tQ If, sf-
ter tb rejection of the Nelson amend-'
ment, which proposed striking out of
the Arizona constitution Its' Judiciary
The bill a passed-by; the Senate
differs only slightly from the. House
measure and it la said to be most un
satisfactory to President Tift. He
baa contended all along that he would
be glad to sign the statehood bill if
the, Nelson amendment prevailed, but
that it waa a grave -question whether
he would be willing to sign It It the
amendment were defeated, as It wss.
by 43 to 26. The Indications are to
night tbat the bill will become a law
without his signature.
The Senate amended the House bill
with two minor changes regarding the
manner of voting In New Mexico on
proposed amendment to it constitu
tion. These undoubtedly will he
agreed to by the House and the bill
will be expedited to the - White
House.' ' '
The bill as passed compels A.izona,
aa condition precedent to entry into
the Union, to submit the recall propo
sition to the voters for final decision
whether it shall remain in their con
stitution. New Mexico mast vote on
a proposition embodied In the bill
which would make the Constitution of
the stale easier of amendment.
Senators Bradley, of Kentucky, and
O'Gorman, of New York, voted for the
Nelson amendment. The same two
members, with Senator Bailey, voted
sgalnst the final passage of the meas
ure, as did two progressive Republi
cans, Senator Bristow, of Kansas, and
Kenyon, of Iowa..
WOODMEN LODGE TO
The local lodge of the Woodmen of
the World on Friday night will ob
serve the twenty-first anniversary of
the order. The first class of candi
date will be Initiated and plana will
be discussed for Increasing tne mem
bership -There are already more than
400 members, the lodge being the
largest of any one In thl city. Alt
member will be asked to give sug
gestions regarding the obtaining of
candidates. Council Commander Ham
mond said Tuesday thst this would be
the most successful year In the his
tory of the lodge.
5000 feet at The Grand.
BOY SUES PAPER COMPANY.
Clinton J. Griffin, Hurt at Mill, Alleges
Clinton J. Griffin, seventeen years
of age, who was Injured at the Crown
Columbia Pulp A Paper Company's
plant, has filed suit against the com
pany, through his attorneys George C.
Brownell and William Stone, for
Clinton Griffin entered the employ
of the paper company on March 21.
1911, and says before being employed
by thl company was not familiar with
machinery. After the boy had enter
ed the employ of the company he was
given work ss broke-hsaler, his du
ties being to gather up the waste
paper that had fallen from the paper
machine. After picking up the waste
paper and depositing It in a barrel he
took it to the basement where It was
burned In the furnace. To go to the
basement the boy bad to take the
elevator, and, he alleges, there were
no guard-rail. He allege he ' fell
from the elevator on April 1, 1911. He
was rendered unconscious, and hi a
foot wa badly crushed and lacrated
by being caught between the elevator
and the platform. The boy had been
working for the company only ten
days when the accident bappened.
Justice Marries Couple. ' '
Claudia J. ' Tyler, of Clnckamas
oounty, and A. H. Lr-Feher. of Port
l&nii, were married ky-Jaetlce of the '
Peace 8arason Tuesday. The wl-
nesses were L, E. IFehor and Mr.
Grace LeFehoro. , ,. '.
Seven acres one-fourth mile from
electric , line, ' 4 -room house, barn,
chicken house, and yard, good well
and' fine spring, .three and a half acre
In garden, fruit and beniea; good
cow and chicken. Will take $2X00,
half cash, balaac to suit the buyer.
This Is 'on Ideal poultry and garden
farm slope to the southwest. Come
and see It, or call on ot addiess
ontaoN city, on.
Stephen Buiui, Roe 1,
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