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MUtlNINO ENTERPRISE, ' SATURDAY, DECEMDEIt 3. 1911.
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CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER,
THE MORNING ENTERPRISE
bj ami at th toUowtag star 4
Hustle? Br. Or 4
J. W. MeAaajty-OiMi
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B. B. Asdvrao, , .
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.- Klwtrta Hotel. '
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Oec 2 In American History.
. Jtef-Tb Monro doctrtao promlsat-
ad to rrcaMcat Monrot'a dmmi
UO-Croat BritmlBli mary pUrl oa
. oar ardera to zpcUtk of wmr
'' wRk tb Cnltad State.
t10-GMra4 C A. Cut. U. 8. ra
. tlrad. latlscteM 1 border troo
kM bofbr tb cItH war. aa wall
as at taat eoattct. dUd ta
' (Trtm today t aooa tomorrow.!
SwaT satji 420. rtae TS: boob arts
t&4 a. at.: moo at aoroadbic nod.
iriiawlng awn's n'b . vpward: planet
Merrwry rtelU ta west after
WHERE IMMIGRANTS SETTLE.
Many. of the weatern stats are
atarting aw crusades to attract ln
mlgraata. : This Is a wise more.
While tb Immlgratioa In recent years
baa crossed tb 1,004,004 mark se
rat times, a large part of It Is located
In tb states of tb North Atlantic
Seaboard. Tb state of New York,
recaired nearly s quarter of If. while
Pennsyhrsnia ranked second In thia
partlcnlar. Tb large variety of the
aetlTiti la the former state and tha
mills and tb mines In the latter
' proved very attractive to many of the
newcomers. In this order these states
. followed New York sad Pennsylvania
ta the number ot Immigrants which
they received In h fiscal year 1911:
Illinois, Massachusetts, Nw Jersey,
Ohio. Michigan, California. ConnecU-1
Cat. Texas, Minnesots, Washington, i
' It will be noticed that CSlIfornis
still holds a Inre for Immigrants, and
!eaay pes, pes bm
hm Mkjr pee tee
f . . .ft
'lassie Me wr Km; mr eAver.
Wwi Tix i iTr i-f" has? eL
Bae tar UtMM as A WmHt
Catarsrtaa will he tb mm a to th
4a.hr. far etmtiaiaMaie aaveeahSr
tar the nt, Dtan ttoe nwiej
Is Wmaaf acre IN UK amity Cfc
imi la aafcaeTra ' 'tm 'haaeaeae ' em aa ef
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Th-a a)- a4 ttaJtraa BM" aaVar-
liata aVe tc tint heinaa; a!-
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Discussed by Two Missionaries
Br H. EVANS
N tb past all that has taken
pise in China has seemed
to push the people farther
, and farther into adopting and fa
' Torirur western ideals.
: CHINA CANNOT GO BACKWARD.
: IT IS DOOMED TO REORGANIZA
TION. EITHER BY THE EXISTING
GOVERNMENT OR BY SOME OTH
It if crident that there ia oeri
mi trouble and that the Chinese
'(TOTeroment ia in aTEOPARDT.
The Chioeae regard the lfancha
ti an enemy to themselves and
t V ' lor for those in an-!
Ttiaa, bl ta wt ta
garml bm )ca tca attracUoa tor
tbM tbaa HkMilN 4m4m M.
Tb frae-boa act vblrb Uaeota
la4 la tICt 4 wblcb t tat
opartttoa la 1M3 4d4 wUlloaa to
tb WmCi aopwlatlua ta a fw yar.
U 4U tbia booatM tbr r BtIV
Uoaa or aqaar aitHa of tb bt taada
a tb (fob avaiUac oottWr la tb
recto oa tb ntMt ait of tb AU
ghnla at that Utaa. Vadr Uat
utt tb attlr obtalaa bl 14
acr at a aomlaal Ssvra, bl ltl
nor tbaa tb cot oT lb wrwj, ' XV
Iboucb tb CIU War i ta proreaa
at Uat Urn, wblcb ba4 a trrQl
I&Smik to tmaitsraUoa, tb taruab
tan4 aooa a(lr Avoatui. and
atoat ot It ram to tb Wtra atata
and tvrrUort. Tbl flood waa ra-ra
forcwd by a aUU atora axtanaiv Bora
BMat ta or dlractloa from tb Eaat
Vhll tb Waat Ucka aoma ot tb
attract! vne to paraona wltb amall
ataaaa wblcb U bad a third or a qar
tr of a eatry ago. tt aUH offer wo
portunltla for latalUgvnr an4 to
duatry aaprtor to thoa wtalcb tb
Eaat can furnUb. Tb fertile landt
which can b obtalnod ondar tb
bomeatoad act of forty -nla yar
ac ara pretty nearly exhausted.
Farina coat much more tbaa they did
formerly. But the profit which I hey
brine la. on the average, greater than
tt waa thea. The railroad have
brought then atocb Bearer to tb
market than they were three or four
Ideradea ago. their prod ecu bring
I higher price than they did then, and
tb chance for farm era to gala a
competency are better than they r
were in the paat A little more hd
vertUicg by the West era at tea wouM
be adraatageotta. to tbm and to tb
It aaeau that tb trained aura la
ta be- added to ta otsr caaawra w
adttheratloa If tb charge against
Mr. TamUlya. of Cblcaxn, are
A Missouri girl la linn county ha
a 1100 cap by raising tb beat
te ears of corn. Tb girt with tb
boa doesn't bother a boat poetic
Reported massacres at Tripoli and
Hankow remind peace societies that
there Is still a good di of aavagery
la race claiming to has been long
There really does seem, after all.
to be a Lord de Broke la tb British
peerage. Strang he hasn't beea over
her looking for a fortune with a girl
tied to It
Missouri has a good many favorite
sons who are disinclined to favor one
Shanghai la so mock of a British
town that tb desire of Mr. Bull for
a new China Is evident.
Wall street plesss notice: If bear
tracks are seen after the first snow
fall look out for a mild winter.
What happens when s bull collide
with sn automobile? It has been
tried la Texas snd proved to be bad
tor the bull
L'nclsimed letters st the Oregon
City postofttc for the week ending
lember 1, 1911:
Woman's List Bennett, Mrs. Dora
Bennett, Winnie: Kenedy, Mrs. Lens
Richmond, Mr. snd Mrs. Allen; Wesr,
Men's List Bradley, Ed,; Butcnla,
; 8tanley; Edwards, Ed; Grsves, D. M.
Oruber, & H.; Klnae. Harrison
Klemenclc, Rudolf; McMssters. Don-
ald; Mehaffey, Wm.; Myers, 1. U
m ",T? frTr sF- s ' - ia
By ARTHUP II. SMITH
NEW CHINA IS COMINO,
NOT THROUGH THE REV
OLUTION THAT IS NOW IN
VROGRESS THERE. BUT BY SO
CIAL, RELIGIOUS AND POLITICAL
REFORMS THAT ARE ABOUT
READY TO BEGIN WORK.
The present revolution in China
is the Chinese against the Man
churian dynasty brought about by
POLITICAL JEALOUSIES and
IT IS A RACE QUESTION.
They most fight it oat alone,
for if the great powers herald
INTERVENE It would mean s
DISASTER ruch ae the world
probably never witnessed. '
Chinese Refugees on Their Wiy
To Shelter Behind City Walls
-"'. . f - . . N ...
Bvertea Free Asaaetstte.
HINA assy yet Sad that bar worst
bloodshed f bstUea and asasssrrs Dresdmi as tbeae are. their vic
tims are t be aombered by tbooaasda, bat If the fears ef sess b
sarvara ef tb nrsTsa ef tb strife bet wees revoluUoateta and rese-
Uoasrbj are rwaliaed lb ceaatry will feel tb fsr mors dreadful rarg of
famts. which amy tte tea tboesaada r. as baa sometimes happened ta
Can. Rs hadred f tbooaaads. Already tb Htlea are rrewded with ref
erees, many uf whom come, like tb family pb tored la tb lllim ratios, with
all their araaty betonjiaga oa their ewa ur then rsnaWs' tan aa. and lb prob
kern ef feeding them as la Baaaghal. wbmw puNilMtbNi ha Iwea I boa Is-
by X3J0U0 la the mm few weeks
Papanagiotn. Perlcbls; Bolton, Oust.;
Tbompsoav W. H.; Thompson. W. C;
TntwUer. Ray; Wsr4. A.; Young.
MOTHER fI0 .
BELIEVE BOYS GUILTY
CINCINNATI. Dec. L Nothing
could bsvs eaat a greater ahaddw over
the bom of Jams B and John J. Mo
Navnara her than the news of their
pies of guilty.
"I know my boys are Innocent,''
walled Mrs. McNamars, toe grief
stricken mother. "I am forced to be
lieve they have pleaded guilty, but I
know they sr innocent"
PRODUCE MARKET IS
Friday, waa a quiet day la the coun-J
try produce market. Aa usual the day
after Thanksgiving, the demand, for
poultry especially, waa slack, and the
Interest ta otherUlnes was little If st
all better. Fortunately, receipts all
around were light Nothing particul
arly new la the way of prices waa an
nounced by the trade.
The general Impression seema to be
that thia month will be a comparative
ly quiet on In tb grain trade. The
available wheat supply In tb North
west Is known to be smsll, some trad
era reporting It even abort of the
usual showing at this time of tb yesr,
snd generally the gisln Is flrmly held.
The barley crop In the Pacific North
west Is ssid to hsve been practically
cleaned up. There are atlll fair sop-
plies of oats In the Valley and Eaat
of the mountains, but aa a role sellers
demand snd obtain full prices for the
limited qusntities now ensnging
Prevailing Oregon City jrices are
DRIED FRUITS (Buying)
Prunes on basis of 4 1-4 pounds for 43-
HIDES -(Buying) Oreen bid
6c to 6c; saitert, fa to c; dry bldea,
12c to 14c: sheep pelts. 26c to 76c
Hay, Grain, Feed.
HAT (Buying) Timothy, 112 to
1S; clover, IS to f; ost hsy. best, 19
to flO; mUed. 19 to 112; slfslfs. fli
OATS (Buying) Orsy, $27 to
128: wheat, 128 to 829: oil meal. 153;
Bhady Brook dairy feed, L2i per
FEED (8elllng) Bhorts, 127 to
28; rolled bsrler, $37.60; process
barley, 1 38.50; whole corn. $27;
cracked corn, $38; wblt. $24 to $27;
bran $27 to $28.
Butter, Poultry, Eggs. -FLOUR
$4.80 to $8.26.
BUTTER (Baying) Ordbisry
coentry batter, 2Sc to 80e; fancy
dairy, 30c; creamery, $oe to Ifte.
POULTRT -r (Buying) Hans, ? I
to 9c ..-.",.
EOO 3 Oregon vsneh eggs, 40o to
45c. , ' '
SACK VEGETABLES Csrrots.
$1.25 to $1.(0 per sack: parsnips,
1.25 to $U0: turnips. $1.28 to $1.84:
Prunes, on bssls of 4 1-4 for 45 and
60c; beets, $1.50 ' f ,
beets, $1.60 . " ' '
POTATOES Best baying 154 ' to
$1 per hundred. . '
ONIONS Oregon. $1.25 to $1.80 per
hundred; Australian, 83 per hundred.
BEEF (Llv .weight) Steers, , $i
and me; , cows, 4Her - bulls, I 1-2
VEAL--Calvs bring, from 84 tt
13. sc cording to grsdo
MUTTON Sheep, Ic aa IHe;
lambs, 4 snd 8.
HOOS U5- to 144 pound boss. 19c
pi Her 140 to 100 pounds. 10 and
s : it'
aOllrtlo are sot t be foe ad la ta
- bi atie'Jt('lgiJ',ll''t prmwrtlona.
s;rT;tmnri i J
SAP BY won
Tb bom of Mrs. William Forwsrd.
of.Lnwlon Heights. Mount Pleasant,
had a narrow escape from being
burned Friday morning about
o'clock. Mrs, Forwsrd had started a
Ore In the stov In the living room,
snd hsd gons for a bucket of water to
the well nearby. When abe returned
he found ber room filled with amoke
and flames Two workmen were at
the host, and rushed to the woman's
assistance and succeeded m exting
uishing the flames, but not unUl the
curtains and some of the furniture
were ruiued. A piano waa slightly
damaged The loss will amount to
about 1 40
ALBRIGHT IS CANDIDATE.
John F. Albright has announced his
candidacy for councilman from the
first ward. He will be opposed by
Merrill a Phillips, whose candidacy
waa announced severs! weeks sgo.
ASTORIA BEATS 0. C.
HIGH SCHOOL 17 TO 0
The Oreson City High School Uam
was dIestfd 17 to Thanksgiving
day by the Astoria High School team.
Tbe boys bav no excuse to make ex
cept that they bad a long bard trip
on the day or tbe game. The gam
opened with Astoria kicking off, tne
oau being returned to about tbe twen
ty-five yard line. Then started what
was thought st first to be Oregou
City's msreb to victory. A series of
line rushes snd end runa put tbe
ball on Astoria fifteen yard Una,
Here Oregon City tried a fake play
and loat the ball oa a fumble. Tbe
Astoiiana punted oat of danger.
After this Oregon City never had
a chance to score, although every
thing waa tried to overpower tb As-
Tb Astorlsns msds their toucn
downs by nestly executed forwsrd
pssses. Wilson, Astorls's right end,
would sness away and then a for
ward pass would b made to him.
Wilson did thia three times and after
thia It was not difficult to hammer
Oregon City's line for touchdowns
' Malarkey, left half, "Molley," quar
terbsck, snd Wilson right snd, were
tb best players for Astoria, while no
member of Oregon City's team show
ed up In relief except Orlem, left
guard, wnos tackling was fins.
Oregon City's tin np: O. Qault;
R. C Kelley; R. T, C. Beatie and
Dungey: R. E., Dam barb: I. n.
Vjuinn; u t., caunieid; U E., Graves;
Q Wilson, R. H.. Cross; L. II.. Po
ter; I Mlchels. Qubs J. Beatie and
Waldroa; cosch, pflngston, umpire,
E. Mass, jr.
tb Oregon City Mlgh School football
team, remained la Astoria the guest
of his cousin Edwsrd Blunt.
Waldo Csufleld, Oregon City High
School footmall mansgsr, remained tn
Astoria over night tb guest of Wal
lace Eakln, sad whit there took the
lesdlng role la high school play rlv-
sa by the Astoria High school.
' ' Beetew's Streets. -"Where
ran 'I get a car that will
take ta to tb South station V asked
a lady of a Boston policeman.
"IUjrbt ber. nn'sm." bs answered
court eounly. "Any so of these rsra
that pssses will tsk ye."
"Bnt tb car go both waya on this
street. Wblcb way does tbe car go
that t mast, taker ' ,
Well, as to that 'twin max a dlf-
ferenc which way tb car goea. 'twill
take y tber- Jost the am.N-New
ft, HELEN FV OCXLStY
Cseyrtgbt b America rress Asse,
etatiaa. I ML
Mta MattWa Weetkeisby n pen
lag ber morn lag stall read a circular
letter, a oHows;
Tee sre Wtvuas te s preeaal at seat
la e baeealars aad aatsatara far Ue par
ease at araaalalas s aairaealsl eaaSaa
tar aktartr saranas '
cams taat aare a
aaaaJly Miry has sii4 thare la r-
uwuiJ aa aaltralr lv
as as Tba esekaase la lateaeea tue Ikaas
wa Save eerore inam a tummw
Ual taey star M thrawa loaar WHS a
ata aa fnruilu matrtsaaalaJ eanariaar.
aalya for taw niutvtat eanUart.
Mis Westhemby thought lb ma tut
ever and retxluded I attend the aiee(
lag. Sb was nfty-two, but dbl ni
ronaldar herself eld eaoogb te entitle
br t a tneiuberahlp to tbe exchange
Nevertheless be waa very lonely ami
ready to rst h st any straw that might
bring her vouiiwahuisbin,
Oa euteriug the room where lb
meeting wss held UUa Weslbersby re
celvaM a sbot-k. Men and womea
whose hair was either aprtukied with
gray or bad turned while were that
ling together, auy one of whom, she
thought, utuat be ebter Ibsa herself
Sb Was recelred by tb chsbrwoillaU
sf tb ladle' rereptbia cemmlite and
Biade bold to expreaa tba opinio Ibsi
tboae she saw preweut were eattrety
loo oh) for inarrtag. T bet aaten
ktbaient tbe lady lafornml ber tbal
moat of tbe wninea preaenl were hei
A geoileauu presented I MU
Wetbersby. wbua nam sb did nt
bear, who besas ttt chat with ber. Bat
orally choosing fur a s Wect t a-
poses of tbe exchange. Mis Wealb
srsby declared that sb sad row aim
ply from runosity; that sb was per
favtly satWfled with aingle life aaJ
weald sot marry o soy svmnt
Tvrbsps.- said tb gentleman,
-years sgo lyved boss young man
from whom fate sens rated yo,"
-Rsther aay his wa tanst wicked
"And you were obliged to seed him
1 remloty"-" '
-Sometime la such matters lb ww
maa I partly at faalt"
-That was sol so Is my cas."
1 was dismissed by a girl t loved
I wss bat twety-tw year old. abe
Alaeteea, She wuaMered heraetf very
badly treated by m. 1 felt sure that
sb wss I error, therefor If I yield
ed to ber I weald sot only axsks s
aststsks la that Instance, bat b obllg
ed t rootlnu yielding I her. right of
wrong, throughout our married lives.
Therefore 1 refaned. aad sb dismissed
a." . - '
-My case was very different." said
Miss Wssthersby. "I was eotlrely
rlghL and my lover waa eutlre'.j
wrong. I bad a brother who Seeded
Biy rsre. I Inalated oa bis living with
bm after my marriage. My lover vary
selfishly derllued the arrangement. I
ost a rally cluug to my bmtber snd M
my lover go."
-Wss your brother worthy of tbe
sarrtlW of the hspplnewa of two per
-Affectionate, anaelflab. boaombleT"
-Is be aim living with your
"No. II died twenty years ago."
Tber was a pause Its the dialogs,
daring wblcb tb gentleman looked
tboaghtllr at' bis iinlon and
with a tins of melancholy In bis eye
Then be ald-'
-What would you think ef your s
tkm If It could be pmved to yo thai
your brother was unworthy of the ar
rifle you merft for him - s aa rm
that Involved yonr lover's lifelong bsp-
"No sack enppostrton Is raawibie,
ne drew forth his porketlmok and
took oat s paper whk-h be handed to
ber. She read It. snd every veatlg
of color left ber face. If s con
feaainn written many years liefore to
ber lover by this same brother tbal
he hsd stole monev from blra. .the
confeaslnn being oisde on eondltlin
that the deln was rsnreled and the
theft kept a seen. When Mlsa
Weal ber by looked up sbe sniped
-And yoa sr Tomf
-1 id Tom."
-Why did yoa oof tell tne of this
st the time It icrnrreir
-I preferred that yoa should choose
between me and year brother rather
than between me am! a criminal A
lover, 4 husband who la willing to
second to any one Is a weakling.'
From the time of her eutraore Into
tb world to the present moment Mlsa
We thereby bad been one of I hose
women-whtt are heat deaerlled by the
words. "She knows it all." This tralf
was strengthened by s strong will
Tbe paper that trembled In ber band
bad produced In her a revolution It
came late, bat It left la ber not one
trace of ber former fanlt. From a
ttoneas she had become a lamb.
-I beg your forgiveness for showing
yoa that paper," resumed tb nao.
1 bad an object In doing sa For
two decides bar lived la a foreign
eoontry. Returning. I received an In.
vltstlon ( loin this exchange and ac
cidentally learned that yoa were a
XemrKT.- I cam here with one of
Ject. to meet yoa. and that we should
meet anderstandlogly I preferred to
explain tb paat."
At tb nut regular meeting of the
exchange tb president announced
that tb first natch bad been msds.
au. Thomas Hsrrlngtoa sad If las kfs.
tflda Wss there by wsr sagsgwd.
Rev. George N. Rd wards nsatne of
the Consreaatlohal church at thia
city, has returned from Seattle, where
he spent tb past week. Ills wife so
compsnied him to Dreenn Cite lh.
has been visiting In Seattle line r-
mromg rrom Ataaaa snout on month
' A Slg Claim.
He's got a lot of nerve, bsaa't bar
"I should say. Knows the srt of
blnfflng his creditors, doesn't her . '
"Blnfllng bis creditors! Wby. maa.
be clslms b caa bluff hi wlfer-Te-ledo
A tbe iio,u;, j r-u,ir1e. '
D A UATOUajrTTsI
THE FIRST NATIONAL BAIIZ
of OREGON CITY. OREGON
Wants, For Sale; Etc
1U ba an i ' ta at H aat a
lamtlaa. Sail S Ml aSSlltaaai
Uaaa. tate Saab ears. II se '
aa ear. aaaai si r
raa mxat iimiiif
as aa eea '! wi tea Mar
rteaaeial eay aaaisillts ear ames.
frWila tar aMraa
, wain ate.
WANTEl-Tourlsta aad local Popl
to s my collegium of srrow-besds
coins, Indls UinkaU. ill M
snd carlo of ! sorts Will bu
or sell la this ilas. IUe sore good
bsrgslss ta sevuadbssd fursllur
so tools, fesorg Yousg, Haiti at
TATrtlTmsll puUtua by sack i
to at tb Nssh red nam. Seventh
aad J. U Adams street. Orego
n i, ne ja an m nsaa
ATJT61i6WCB fOR SALE Flv
passenger auto, tire aearry aew
aal aalntad. first-class shSD. A
bargain, or will trod If oibcubv
bered real estate. Q. car Enter-
FOR SALS by C. H Uveaay. carload
of Trojaa powder, Just received.
s'sAL "t STATiTfOR SMTtr"
OKKtiON CITT RiaiDKNCaV-Cornar
. of Teatb sod Vss Bare streets,
Oak tree growing. Wlthla I to feet
of Improved street. Sightly view
Level And well drained. Will bu'ld
rot tax e for right party. Prices for
corner. I22S each, lasid lots. flOO
sacs 81a of lots 44xloI ft. (or-
sers front oa two streets, laslle
lots frost pn oa street
snd alley a tons aide. John W.
Loder. boos fid owner. . Stevens
. building. Oragoa City. Or, Presi
dent Title aad Isveetment Coss-
psny. Clackamas Co. Abstracter.
nr-Kackd.,wUk goU alickpln.
containing two sioe.es. lesve at
Runyaa's. la Masonic Building, aad
FARM LOANS Dlmlck DlaSMk.
Lawyers, Orego city. Or.
a a BBT, Attorny-l-Lw. MasMf
maaed. ahatrsota firskta. load
title sxsmbM4. sstsu sstlisd, ge
ersJ law bswaisa Oeor
U'RBN A SCHUxTDbTU Atlorweysst
Law, lies tec bar Advwkst, wis
Us I sll sonrts- asak stl
ariM BldaV. Oesoa City.
SUILOCS) AND CO"TSCTOH
HARRT JONES Bufldsr aad Oeaersj
Cos trsot or. EaUtast ebrfsni
give oa all elaseee of betisiag
work, eoaavwt wants sa rwlafDrse
ret. Res. Fba Msla IP
M. H COOPER, Foe rire tsearsnee
aad Real Ewtot. Im a handle
yowr pmpertte w boy, aa as4
tehant. Offlr la ftrprts
Sidg., Orsgo City. Orego
CIIICAOO TAILORS suits msds to
order from 810 and an. We also do
cleaning, pressing and repairing.
Three doors south of postoffc.
J. ALBA BA0ER. teacner of wind and
1 string tnatruments. director of band
snd orehsstrs. wlj furnish muilo
for any occasion. cU at El-cfrto
Hotel . r
Notice of Flnsl Settlement.
Notlc la hereby given that th un
dersigned, tb duly eppointed.
qualified and acting administratrix
of th estate of John Erlon, deceas
sd, has filed ber Flnsl Report aa
such administratrix In th County
Court of Clackamas County, Oregon,
and th Court has set Tuesday, Jan
nary 2, 1918, at I o'clock p. m., aa
the dste for tb besrlng of ssid
Final Report and settlement of the
aforsssld estate. Aay snd all per
sons, having objections to said flnsl
report, are hereby notified to appear
on or befor ssid dato In th County
Court of said county, and III th
Dated, Dm, j, im.
ORA FOWLS Ri
U STIPP, .
Attorney for Estate.
Notice ef Final Settlement. .
Notlc Is bersby given that the un-
aeriignea, tb duly appointed,
qualified and acting f xecutrlx ot the
stat of John J. Foamark, deceas
ed, has filed ber Final Report aa
ucb executrix In tb County Court
of Clackamas County, Oregonr and
th Court baa act Tussday, Janu
ary l. isu, st i o'clock p. m at
tha data for th hearing of aald
Final Report and settlement of tba
aforesaid state, ' Any snd all per
sona, having objection to gald final
report, sr Isrehy BOt!rl t- r-
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