Image provided by: Oregon City Public Library; Oregon City, OR
About Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933 | View This Issue
iWiMNCL EN TERPR IS E
WEEKLY ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED 1500 '
! WIATHM INDICATION.
(,V,..n City-Klr Tuesday;'
' i(ir,hw.irl)r winds.
! , aoUliwf-t wind.
The only dally woiapeper fce d
twee Portland and latam: drew-
lata In avary eeotton af Cleek.
mil County, with population af
30.000. Ara you an advertteeM
VOL. 2-N. 50.
OUKOON CITY, OKEOON, TUESDAY, AUQUST 29, 1911.
Per Wjeex, JO Cbmts
lAST WEEK HNDS
BEAM BARES '
FIGHT ON B83B
HENRY- LANE WILSON.
HURLED TO DEATH
Reeant Picture of Unele
Sam's Ambaaaader te Maxice.
Urn V riVI DAYS LIFT IN OHIAT.
Klntf George Has Become More
, Popular Since His Coronation
CRIME TO COUSIN
V .7 iVJ Vi
RELATIVE DECLARES MAN ON
ST VOTING RACt EVER
HELD IN COUNTY;
trial for killinq wife
made Confession. .
CAR NOT STOPPED AT ONCE OW
INQ TO BEL. CORD NOT
Wants build up reserves
Ldn Now rv no lu noi worn
Hard Will Ba Disappointed Whan
Remits Art Announced
AH Have Chanoe.
ROLL OF HONOR.
D'atrlct No. 1.
I MM L" tory 81 93
W Mix Ka Kent 66.IW4
Ulii Tllli MoyerB ,
k Ml" Myrtle Cross 50.343
Mn. K. r Zimmerman. , . i3,ovo
Olatrlct No. 2.
Ml" Helen Hmlth...
Ulii Kllx l (lostier .
MIM MIIilrr Iteam
Mrt. M T. Maek t.
wrr H'i'Unrf. . .
Ml II. "Tboiiini ...
MIM Annie Gardner
Ml iH'ii llablrk 61.873
Only five mora daya remain till tbe
kit of I Ik. nioHt popular and auo-
Kaiful volltiK (output ever conducted
Clarkamm rounty and who the
nnrra are going to ! cannot even
L ton )' ""' Next Tuesday morn-
KnlerprlKe will toll the tela, and
burorlara for all ara expected aa
Lrlr all the candidates on tba "Roll
Honor" are working an hard, thla
1 lait week, that the Content Man
lr bmn l bail a chanr-a to talk to
Trom DUtrlct No. 1 coma reports
hat all 4lu tuwtwiUiQta mr bent upon.
tatting Id a tritiuoui week, and from
ha way thlriKH ara going In District
In. I, t U evident that all tha ran
bdiM are making every minute
Jut glance over tha Hat, thera la
tut alight difference in tha vote total
f any of lliem.
Any candidate In Plitrlrt No.
an tajilly win tha flrat grand capital
Irlw If aha make tha best of tha
koclal offer now In force. All you
;ho are now leading, ara going to ba
Wry much surprised at tha number
V votes that will ba brought tn tha
kit minute by some of thoaa who. to
kok it th standing on tha Hat, yoH
ri tnink nava a chance, wa waro
pa that you hava Rot to net coin
4 tolng hard and keep going If you
tint tn win. Yon cannot let up
klndtii during tha next five. daya. be-
kaw those who nra now behind will
f trampling on your heela If you do.
faity Building Up Reaarvta.
I A number of ronteatanta In each
ptrlrt have been voting Juat enough
wiiota to keep within "atrlklng" dla
fif and at tha anma tlmo they
been liulldlng up a reaerva force
If votea to poll on the lam night.
( are the onea who are going to
ll't all calculation, aa they atlll
fntlnue to work quietly, but effec.
Iwy; they keep getting aubacrlV
NOW. rONTKSTANTB. It U grow
(t mora aorloua every minute. Many
ru who linve atayed near tha top
wa the beginning, and hava built
f' a fair alxed vote reaerve, are go
to be dlMiippolnted If you don't
one of the prlea. and wa tell you
" that "thorn la onlv one wit to
f'n," and tlmt i tn ..t
rnj ior the next five daya. Tha one
m lata Un and ihlnV. K.t nr...
h faaarve vole will win la mlna to
f aadly dlnnppolnted young lady.
Pi Wide OneH In thm iuint..l mrm. n.i.
H In longer houra and trying hard-
Or ailllHrrlntlona than v.A
fl"' n.(' ,hry ttr" the one wh0 wl11
I1"' If thn tirlma umMk
hard fr during a period of al-
-i "ignt weeka. they are aurely
"rthr makii.. . i..' - . 1
P Beit five Hnva nA I. i. t. .
pk that will win.
ula Will Aid You.
TOU Can't Work VJ I ...I.
fcZ u wl,ho,lt .netting them, and
tii -!.. hRVB l00(, m tha
r" will not ana u.. .V.
--'n .I...U iiui .til auir
tRni ... iun lur iu
Wo m n "''"Ulonal aubacrlptlon or
...,w muut out thla morning and
n. n yoilr mlnd ,0 ,,"Ht
Ia n!! y'!r "hacrlptlon a day till
L Wn? "f the c0lt. Work Ilka
" co,t. and the onoa who do
it o frd ,,,wn th jt
"a, " .wh" you ara
kltnra . J,,Hl D,,t mat your com-
low If ."'""""n me voiea.
h. u.Vu haven't aa manr votaa aa
."Mlnr. Hint la .ii : .
t on 01,1,1 kp,,P b""y. wlth
ar-V WOrtl I,U8Y' You can
Iou?i ! K0,1 l(loa "vry dT hy
lion ' I ,0 wht your compe-
IfD W,T. it you ara aatlafled.
r'ltfled . Bm)a: on,y ,on't b
f" m trv Z lrr ft other"
am'.8flptelnber l'"'-1 '"u Ior
8relv nf .i.
'.' ' ine nrlr.na In ha
f Hatter k .Z "nTa lnl i
C nowh."!h'r f,,,,l or ,M n
win th. " . " " xceiient chance
heautlf.,1 "r"d cP,a I"-l
rr oV'" K1"hall Piano.
K vot. th'",PP"'-tunlty to pi
'bevnn .1.' reaerva votea
, reach rr ntk..
FW' th win "ii
aw u i it 1 1 1 am ! a .
'aWn' v""-" 8P'nber 2 at
aruf that tin reealv
: aiy .....
Photoa copyright by Amarican Preaa
INCK lila coronation King Oeorge
tba tCugtlah ixroplo. and unbounded eiitbUMlanni la abown for him aud
Queen Mary when they appear In public They have attended uinny
public and private function and have alwaya beeu warmly rwelved.
One of tba plot urea alvove ahowa King (Jeorge dorrlng hla hat lu acknowledg
ing tbe greetlnga of children at a tea party, and the other picture ahowa the
king and uetu lu a atate rarrluge. ' In thla picture King tieorge la weurlng
tba ii u I form of an admiral In tbe Ilrltlxb navy. - ,
BIG FIRE RAGES IN
FOREST NEAR SANDY
A large foreat fire la raging near
the Strauaa Lumber Conpany a aaw-
mill Juat eaat of Bandy. Tha fire baa
been burning fiercely for two daya,
and W. A. Proctor, of Randy, with a
large force of men, and a corps of
government employee are fighting It
day and night. It la thought that the
blaze atarted from the burning of
ferna on the Radderbuah farm. Un-
leaa the wind changea to the Eaat to
day It la believed that the rlre will
be extlngulahed. With a favorable
tnd farmhouaea and valuable tim
ber would be endangered.
IS. BENJAMIN NOYER
Mra. Benjamin Noyer, wife of a
prominent farmer of Molalla. died
Monday night at tbe wiidwooa Hospi
tal. Mra. Noyer waa taken to the
hospital about alxteen daya ago to be
operated upon for appendicitis. She
rallied from the operation unusually
well, and It waa thought until about
three daya ago that ahe would re
cover. She had aet-back. however,
and her condition continued to grow
worse until ane aiea. nesiaee ner
husband, Mra. Noyer la'aurvlved by
several children. The runerai pron
ably will, be held at Molalla. .
HuDBorlbe for tha Pally enterprise
STANDING OF CANDIDATES IN CONTEST
A ' ' '
MI33 MYRTLE CROSS
MISS LENA STORY
MRS. E. F. ZIMMERMAN
MISS TILL1E MEYERS
MISS EVA KENT
CAr 'DATES IN
MRS. M. T. MACK
MISS FAY I1ATDORF
MISS MILDRED REAM...,
MIHrt ETHEL CLOSNER..,
MISS riLODWEN THOMAS
MISS ANNIE GARDNER. ,
MISS HELEN SMITH
A1ISS HELEN RAI1ICK
baa been moi Mpular than ever with
TEACH IN ALASKA
Mlaa Klnora Glnther, of thla city.
haa accepted a poaltlon aa teacher In
tbo government achools of Alaska
and will leave In October to begin her
work. The school la at Hoonah be
tween Sitka and Juneau. Mlaa Glnth
er la a daughter of Mr. and Mra. E.
F. Glnther, well known realdenta of
Heaver Creek, and ahe haa been one
of the prominent young teachera of
Clackamas county. She also taught
FfR m EXHIBIT
The finest peachea that have been
brought to thla city for display at
the atate fair from Clackamaa county,
were those of Mrs. Anna Slckler
Hayes from her farm at Gladstone.
The peachea are unusually large.
anil aro of the Early Crawford va.
rlcty. The crop la not aa large aa
that of last year, but the fruit la of
exceptionally delicious flavor. A. O.
Kreytag haa preserved the peaches
In large Jars. Lettera will be sent
to the farmera of the county asking
them for their aid In helping to make
an exhibit of whloh Clackamaa county
will be .proud. There la no doubt
that there are hundreds of farmera
tn the county who are desirous of
seeing Clackamas county win another
prise for the beat exhibit from the
various counties of the state.
DI8TRICT NO 1.
DISTRICT NO. 2
..Canby .. 88580
..West Oregon City 8')541
..Heaver Creek 76153
VICTIM FALLS DOWN EMBAKKMENT
Young Man Hurried To Thla City and
Explrea .In Phyalcian'a Office
Juat After Mother
That the bell-cord on the trailer
from which John Hogan Flnucane,
stenographer of thla city, fell and
sustained a fatal Injury near Park
plac Sunday afternoon, was not con
nected with the car In front, waa the
declaration made Monday by. several
leraotia who wltneased the accident.
It la aald that the car ran several hun
dred yarda from the scene of tba acci
dent, although tba conductor and
several - paaeengera tried every - way
possible to signal to the motorman.
Even If the car had been atop-ned im
mediately the Ufa of Mr. Flnucane
could not have been aaved, but It la
asserted that tha failure to have the
bell-cord attached under other cir
cumstances might ave resulted dis
astrously. ,- Coroner Wilson, after
making an examination, aald that It
would not be necessary to hold an
Inquest - j - .
Mr. Flnucane had suffered recently
from fainting spells, and persona who
raw the accident aald that Be bad
evidently been aelzed with one of
these when he Jumped from the car.
He waa brought to thla city, and died
while being attended by Dr. Strick
land. The funeral will be held to
morrow morning st 11 o'clock at St.
John's church, Fajher Hlllebrand eon
ducting the aervlcea.
Mr. Flnucane waa a son of Mr. and
Mra. John O. Flnucane and waa high
ly esteemed. Ha fell from tha rapld-ly-movtng
car near Park place and
waa hurled down the aide of the em
bankment sustaining Injuries to the
base of hla skull and a fracture of his
right leg. Mr. Flnucane had been
subject to fainting spells. The pas
sengers, seeing the young man fall
from the car, calledto. the conductor,
who tried to stop the car at once. The
car waa finally stopped and the In
jured man was brought to thla city
on It. Hla parenta were aumoned and
hla mother reached the young man'a
side before he died, but hla father
who waa working at the paper mills,
did not arrive until after hla aon had
expired. The parenta ol Mr. Flnu-
carnj are heartbroken, aa he1 waa the
only child, and waa a bright young
man. He had a host of friends In
thla city, who were shocked to hear
of his death.
Mr. Flnucane waa born In Chicago,
III., March 2. 1890, and came with hia
parenta to thla city about twelve
yeara ago. He took up the study of
atenography and bookkeeping and for
several yeara waa employed in tbe
office of the Willamette Pulp A paper
Company, and afterward went to
Iebanon, where he filled a similar
position for the the same company
He was graduated from St. John's
High School In 1905.
HAN WHO WONT TALK
IS SENT TO ASYLUM
. Lawrence Larson Lee, thirty-two
yeara of age, of Boring, who" wrote a
note to a friend several days ago. In
which he aald he had been command
ed by the Ixird not to apeak for five
years, was committed to the State In
sane Asylum by County Judge Beatle,
Monday. Lee has not spoken since
the letter waa written, and evidently
Intends to keep the command which
he believes has been made. While
confined In the county Jail Just before
being taken to the asylum at Salem,
I.ee, who la well-dressed, decided to
take a bath. After having devoted
more than two houra to the ablution.
Deputy Sheriff Mile and Harry Clark,
a prisoner, went into the room to aee
what waa the cause of the delay. Lee
douaed both of them with water from
a pall, and fought desperately when
he waa taken out of the tub. He,
however, did not utter a word. Lee
Is the aecond man who haa been in
the county Jail here the paat month
who haa refused to talk. The first
waa a auapect In the Hill murder mys
tery. SOUTH END ROAD IS
PICKED FOR HIGHWAY
C. S.. Noble, C. W. Rlsley and F.
Bryant, a committee, appointed by
the Eaat Side Capital Highway Im
provement Association, Monday made
an Inspection of the roads between
thla city and New Era and decided
to recommend the South End road
aa part of the route for the capital
highway. The report will be made
at the meeting of the asaoclatlon to
be held In thla city Wednesday night.,
The committee also will recommend
that a bridge be built over the Clack
amaa river near its mouth. Mesara.
Noble and Bryant are civil engineers.
and they declare that tLe South End
road should, by all means, be the
route of the capital highway between
this city and New Era. The river
and Central Tolnt roads were also
Inspected. M. J. Ixelle, secretary
of tha Promotion Department of the
Commercial Club, accompanied the
committee on the trip. ,
REVELATION CAUSES SENSATION
"I Wleh To God Had Not Dona It
Rich Man la Reported To
Hava Said Wlfe'B
Mother on Stand.
Va., Aug. 28. Paul O. Beat tie. cousin
of Henry Clay Ileattle, Jr., who stands
Indicted for tbe murder of his wife,
testified late today that tbe accused
had told him 24 houra after tbe mur
der how aorry be waa that "be had
done It." a circumstance relating to
the crime that tbe witness hitherto
Coming aa dramatically and aa un
expectedly aa tha pathetic tale an
hour before of Mra. R. V. Owen, moth
er of the dead woman, aa to the do
mestic Infelicity of her daughter aa
result of the huaband'a disease, the
brief but thrilling testimony given by
Paul Beat tie created a profound sen
Paul Beattle. at the Coronar'a In
quest a nervous wreck, but today
strong and determined, poured out a
tale which confessedly had troubled
hla mind not only because he pur
chased the shotgun for Henry, but be
cause ha had not until today told, all
he knew of the case.
"I hated to testify against my own
flesh and kin." he murmured, "but
my wife, my child, and the duty I owe
to my city forced me to do bo. Henry
himself told me that he wanted me to
stick by bim, but I said to him: 'Thla
looka. mighty. lackto me. and you've
got me into a lot of trouble.' "
"Henry told me, 'I wUh to God I
had not done It I would not have
done It for $1,000,000, but ahe never
loved me. She only, married me for
my money.' "
AUTO PARTY BACK
FROM EXCITING TRIP
H. B. Cartlidge, foreman of the En
terprise, Mra. Cartlidge. P. M. Hart,
the photographer, his little son, and
Mr. Darby, of Seattle, who is here
on business, arrived home Monday at
midnight after an exciting trip to
Mount Hood In an automobile. Rela
tives and friend g of the members of
the party were greatly alarmed over
their failure to return earlier and
plana were considered to send out a
searching party today. The njirty left
Oregon City early Sunday morning
and expected to return that evening.
A tire waa punctured several miles
this aide of Government Camp and
aoon after that waa repaired the cyl
inder oil gave out and the boxing In
the machine was ruined. Mrs. Cart
lidge and the little boy were taken
to the camp by Mr. Cartlidge and Mr.
Hart and the latter two returned to
the automobile Sunday evening. They
were unable to repair It and went to
the camp where they apent the night
The machine waa hauled to the camp
Monday morning, and Mr. Cartlidge
made a substitute boxing out of tin
cans, and tbe party leisurely returned
to thla city.
RESIDENTS OF SANDY
VOTE TO INCORPORATE
By a vote of thirty-seven to six.
the citizens of Sandy voted to incor
porate the city. Edward F. Burns
was elected mayor over P. R. Melnlg:
Alf Bell was elected marbhall; George
BornHtedt was elected recorder and
A. O. Melnlg treasurer. George A.
Wolf. P. B. Gray, L. E. Hoffman, T. D.
Phelps, Otto Melnlg and C. Junker
were elected aldermen. Although the
election was a quiet one, much Inter
est waa manfeated In It, not only by
residents of the town, but thosA of
the surrounding country. ...
The object of Incorporating waa to
obtain better police protection. A
rough element has caused much trou
ble recently, and as two new aaloona
will open aoon, it was decided to
take a vote on Incorporation.
W. S. U'REN TO SPEAK
IN SEATTLE TODAY
W. S. U'Ren went to Seattle last
nlsht where be will make two ad
dresses on the Initiative and referen
dum today. The addresses, however,
will be Incidental to business engage
ments which called Mr. U'Ren to the
Washington metopolls. He will
speak before the Municipal League
and the Women Voters' Club.
Mr. U'Ren, upon hla return from
Salem last night, said that W. T. Sla
ter, attorney for tha plaintiff, had ob
jected strenuously to Mr. U'Ren and
C. E. S. Wood, aiding the attorney,
general In, the matter of the referen
dum against the University appro
priation. "Mr. 8later declared that our serv
ing Is unprecedented," said Mr.
U'Ren. "He alao said that Mr. Park
inson would not be allowed to ap
pear except aa a witness. Mr. Slater
asked that wa be dnnled more time
to plead " ' 1
9 lfU, by Amarieaui lraa Aaaoclatlo.
18 BURIED HERE
Tbe funeral services over the re
mains of Mrs.' Margaret Wilkinson
Richardson, formerly of thla city, but
recently of . Portland, were -conducted
at- tha nnngratinnat church Mo.n-day-
afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, tke
Rev. E. S. Bollinger, of Portland, of
ficiating. The church was crowded
with many friends of tbe family aftd
of Mrs. Richardson, and the floral of
ferings were beautiful. Many of her
Portland friends attended the funer
al. The interment waa In the Moun
tain View Cemetery. The oallbeajv
i were E. O. Caufleld, William H.
HowelL T. Leonard Charman. 8. 8.
Walker, A.-fx- Branchard, of hts city,
and George Broughton, of Portland.
Margaret Wilkinson was born De
cember 16. 1861, in Ballymena, Ire
land, and when her parents sailed
for America she remained with her
grandmother until the new home was
ready. She came In 1875 to Oregon
City, where ebe grew "to womanhood
and attended the Oregon City public
schools. She was a member of the
Congregational church of this city.
Mrs. Richardson was married In this
city to William Richardson, and one
daughter was born to them. Miss
Ethel Richardson, now of San Fran
cisco, whs was at her mother's bed
side when she died. Mrs. Richardson
for several years made her home at
Stockton, Cel., and about two years
ago moved to Portland, where ahe
has been making her home with her
daughter. Mrs. William B. Wiggins.
Mrs. Richardson Is survived by her
parenta. Deacon and Mrs. James Wil
kinson, of this city; three sisters,
Mrs. Martha Blekeslee of Centralis,
Wash.; Mrs. William B. Wiggins, of
Portland, and Miss Georgia Wilkin
son, of Oegon City.
Mrs. Kicnardson s death was a
great shock to her many friends In
thlB city, and although she had been
In the St Vincent's hospital for the
past eight weeks, undergoing two
surgical operations, she gradually de
clined until her death. She was a
loving mother and devoted daughter,
and her death la a severs loss to her
FOREST FIRES SHOULD
BE REPORTED AT ONCE
The dangerous forest fire season la
now at hand and State Fish Warden
F. A. Elliott la anxious that tele
graphic and telephonic reports of new
fires be immediately made at his ex
pen Re by whoever finds them first A
notice Just issued from the forester's
"The State Forester Is constantly
getting notice through the dally prew
and from residents of the state of
fires having gotten beyond control af
ter several days' fighting, that have
not been reported to his office until
after becoming a menace to the neigh
borhood.' He wishes to urge upon all
State Fire Wardens the neceslty of
reporting to him all fires aa soon af
ter being discovered as possible, in
stead of waiting until they become
dangerous to life and property,
One such fire has Just been brought
to his notice after having burned
threat weeks, that might have been
controlled and probably entirely ex
tinguished If reported earlier, so that
proper assistance could have been
"Every state fire warden' or other
persons, tn case they are unable to
get In touch with the state warden
should telephone (collect) F. A. El
liott State Forester, Salem, Or., In
forming him of forest fires before
they get beyond control."
Oregon "Shows" Mlssourlans.
Miss Anna DeVore, of Kansaa City,
Mr, Mrs. Freir Wllmot and daughter.
Miss oDrothy, who recently arrived
from Hale, Mo., to make their home
at Forest Grove, Or., agd Roscoe
Vineyard, of Portland, wnose former
home was In Missouri, were ' In
this city on Sunday, guest ot Mr and
Mrs. A. B. Wllmot All of the sneata
as well as the hostess and host, came
from Missouri,, and they decided that
Oregon was good enough for thaan. -
TARIFF REVISION WILL BK FCAV
TURE OF SPEECHES ON
TOUR OF WEST. . '.
i( a- i .1 .a S
INSURGENTS TO K EXCOiUTfD
Executive Will Defend Vetoes And
Score Democrafe For "Badly
, Drawn" Bills of Special '
Seaalon. " '
BEVERLY, Maaa., Aug. 28. So far
President Taft la concerned that
tariff win be tbe main issue of tha
While the President will apeak on
many subjects on hla Western trip. It
la certain now that tariff revision will
receive most of his attention.
Following hla speech to the Esses
County Republican Club at Hamilton
on Saturday, tbe President began to
day to prepare other speeches on tba
tariff. ' He obtained copies of hla veto -mesnage
on the wool, farmers' free
work upon addresses that- he-ex pecta
to deliver later backkmg up those)
Mr. Taft la said to realize thai ha
must not merely defend himself for
having rejected theaa bills, but moat
attack tbe Democrats and progressiva
Republicans who put them through
The attack upon the Democrats the
President can make almost anywhere.
It la understood that the fight upon
the progressive Republicans will be
confined to their own territory."
The President will carry the war
West Into the enemy'a country.
Tbe nature of attack la pretty clear
ly defined already It will be In sub
stance that tbe progressive who voted
i or a una dusvtu nauuin bits dvoh
willing to wait for Its report; that the
revision bills the Democrats and in
surgents drew at the special session
were "HI considered" and "badly
drawn." and thlt great Industries of
the country should not be put Into
Jeopardy by such legislation when re
vision is made. ' . ,
TAFT PUliS TOW
PORTLAND Oil BIG TOUR
BEVERLY, Mass., Aug. 28. (Spec
ial). Twenty-four states will be
visited by President Taft on ' the
"swing around the circle," according
to his partly completed schedule. He
will start September 15, and will pass
through these states:
. Massachusetts, New York, Pennsyl
vania, Ohio, Michigan, Illinois, India
na, Missouri, Iowa. Kansas, Nebraska,
Colorado, Wyoming, Utah. Nevada,
California, Oregon. Washington, Ida
ho, Montana, South Dakota, Minneso
ta, Wisconsin and Maryland.
Among the big towna and cities
that the President will visit are Syra
cuse, Erie, Detroit, Chicago, St Louis,
Omaha, Kansaa City, Denver, Chey
enne, Salt Lake. Los Angeles. San
Francisco, Sacramento, Portland, Or.;
Tacoma, Seattle, Spokane, Wallace,
Idaho; Butte, Billings.- Dead wood, Ab
erdeen and Pien-e, 8, D.; St Paul,
Minneapolis, Milwaukee and Pitta
burg. Gadke To Install Boiler.
F. C. Gadke. the plumber, has been
awarded the contract of installing the
large heating boiler In the courthouse.
The boiler has been ordered by Mr.
Gadke from an Eastern factory at a
cost of $585. The courthouse is be
ing renovated and enlarged. ...
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 acres
n garden, fruit and berries; good
cow and chickens. Will take S3,00.
alf cash, bala.ice to suit the buyer.
Thla la on Ideal poultry and garden
farm, slopes to the southwest Come
and see It, or call on ot addtea
CYRUS POWELL '
OREGON CITY, OR.
Stephana Bulging, Room 11.