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About Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 14, 1911)
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CITY OFFICIAL NEWSFAFErL
THE MORNING ENTERPRISE
la oa Ml af. the following; atoraa
Hustler Broe. Drags
. J. W. McAaalty Clgare
Seveatk and Mala.
E. B. Audereon, ...
a ' - Mala near Stxtk. "
at. K. Dana Confectloaery
Nat aVwr to P. a -
. .City Dm- Star ,
." " Bcaoanbom Cofctloery
' 8vatk aa4 X Q. Adajaa.
Dec 14 In American History.
1783 Tba British forea aratel
-- Cbartoatoa. C -
1799-CcMral Gaorf Wuhlnrtoo. flnt
praaMrat of tba Called Sutea. died
at Mount Varaoa, Ta.; bora 17S2.
1804 Arbitration treaty cone tod ad ba
tva tba Cnltod Btataa and Italy.
. ASTRONOMICAL EVENT. v
- (Prom noon today toAooo tomorrow.)
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1:24 a. m.; planet Mercury Just Ttatble
after sunset ' ' f
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aaa aae it ttiu M iMh
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MM a were rtra BMttNj mm aaa- Ml
liln far t4nnWM ai aw Weautr
hiatal t win a tae aa a tax
mm&f, far rarttaaaaBta eet aapaanatty
Bar bV waty wnws tae n innawint
Is r ejrarnl rreai the eaiar to She na
W. nl'-SBI aaasap. tka (Ma wag Be to
p-lTn- asi niiT jlmmm9' " "
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tin' iaiiia at Mewl ilniiai
eng ara saoe" afear
tacn Hrvt Hi nin; aBBI
as aaass matter at keen,
end watt arm arthaaa
I raw to local iiatirw,
Germany kaa an Uue on Its kands Tklnk of tka audlcaOy of it! Rep
now which may tura out to be more 1 reaentatlve Underwood quotes Thorn-
T IS CONSTANTLY
SERTEO BY THE
HAVE TOO MUCH POLI
TICS AND TOO MANY POLI
TICIANS. INSTEAD OF ' THERE
BEING TOO MANY POLITICIANS
' THERE ARE NOT ' ENOUGH.
In a country whose institutions
are Lased npon popular suffrage
EVERY MAN should be s
POLITICIAN, and every man men a PORTION of hia TIME,
' EN ERG V and 'TALENTS to the SERVICE of the STATE. I
do not mean that every man should run for office. ' That is a poor
buiiinefM at best poor when you succeed, inexpressibly poor when
you faiL What I mean is that EVERY CITIZEN should help so
, far as he can to aolre the problems for the BETTERMENT, of
' GOVERNMENT, tbe IMPROVEMENT of SOCIETY snd the
. PERPETUITY of the REPUBLIC. It is the DUTY of every
citizen to ATTEND both the PRIMARIES and GENERAL
5 ELECTION to the end that GOOD and CAPABLE MEN MAY
BE SELECTED. The ONLY way to REFORM POLITICS is
' to be ACTIVE before and AT the ELECTIONS.
THE PERSISTENT CHARGE THAT ALL PUBLIC MEN ARE FOR
SALE AND THAT ALL GOVERNMENT IN THIS COUNTRY IS THOR
OUGHLY ROTTEN NOT ONLY PUTS IMPROPER IDEAS INTO THE
HEADS OF OUR OWN PEOPLE AND
HAS A WOEFUL EFFECT ON THE IMMIGRANTS COMING TO OUR
SHORES AT THE RATE OF MORE THAN A MILLION PER ANNUM
TO BE ASSIMILATED BY US AND TO BE FORMED AND FASHIONED
INTO AMERICAN CITIZENS.
They, should be taught that our theory of government ia the
BEST ever devised by the wit of ( man, that the vast majority of
American voters of all parties are ABSOLUTELY HONEST, that
the MAJORITY, of PUBLIC MEN, are of HIGH CHARAC
TER and PATRIOTIC and that the C0RRU1TI0NISTS . are
only the EXCEPTIONS which prove the role. I have no sort of
patience with these PESSIMISTS, "who go about PREACHING
the UTTER and UNIVERSAL VILENE6S of AMERICAN
crnzExs. ' "
etaqutvilof taan did th Morrocco
quaatlon, a4 hloa la cortaia to Wat
kntr. For maay daya tk Rakhtac
dabatad tba blh coat of IWInf, aad
maay davtcea bar beta propoaod aa
a rallof. but tba cbaacva tot tba aJ
optloa cf aay raJ ramajy fcr rmot
Tba advaaca la prtcM of food aad
dotblag la Qarataay deaU a far bard
ar blow to tba maatea of tba people
tbaa tba like pbeDorotaoa bare doe
to tba welfare of tbe American work
era. Tba marcta between warea aad
tbe coat of Urine la much wider la
tbe United 8tatee tbaa It la In Europ
ean couatiiea, and la tery murk wider
tbaa It la la Oermaay. Tbla la eo
vital a questloa over tbere tba. It kaa
peen orouaat i -,m"-
is'atarc aad tt ts arouaad a aiore
exciting debate tbaa aay almtlar la
ta, kaa ever called forth oa tkla aide
of tke wa'er.
The Socialist and aome of tke
member of 'the Otker partlea aay tkat
tba only pract.1 cable relief would be
through tbe removal of tbe dutlee oa
moat of tke food product aad tbe
lowarini of It on the otbera. Tbe
duty oa trala averfaee about II reata
a kuakeU and tkat burdaa to real be
cause mack of tke gral" consumed by
r.rminr kaa to be Imported. Some
of Ike more modema party men. J
tkey' would be content with tke
pension of U duty for twelve montba,'
or until the barren of ,1912, In tbe
hope that tke Garmaay fleWa wouM
be more prolific aext year than tkey
were tkla year, and tkat tke world's
aupply would be greater tkan kn It
la bow. Tke chancellor, however.' jr
tbat If tbe dutte abould be easpend-
ed It would be difficult to reetoretkem
and ke la opposed to any modification
of tbem wfcatever.
American farmers hare aome Inter
est la tke. German agitation for tke
removal of tke dutlea on wheat aad
Lcorn. for many of tbe advocates of
tbat policy point out tbat tbey could
obtain big auppUea from tbe United
Sutea If tkla barrier waa removed.
evea for a year, una eueci ox. toe
algk price in Germany, It la said.
will be to Increase Immigration, aad as
moat of tkla will aeccesaartly be to
tka United State, thl crisl , kaa a
large concern for na. Tke Germans
kave been among tbe moat valuable
of our Immigrants but the stream kas
been narrowed In recent years. Ia
the meantime, Americans wbo are
grumbling about tke Increased cost
of living may find a little conaolaUou
In tba circumstance that their burd
ens of tkat sort are ligbt compared
Uk those on aome other people.
Margaret IUingtoo, who left tke
stage to seek domestic bliss. Is to ap
pear In a play called "Kindling." a
title savoring more or leaa of domes
ticity. . ; k ; . ' , . :
Courts and Juries 'throughout tke
land are putting tke kibosh on tke
-a s : TaV
Coprrlit br AmerWn Preae Assoclatloo.
By CHAMP CLARK,
Speaker of House of Rep
resentatives OF OUR OWN CHILDREN, BUT
as Jefferson without asking tka per-
ralutoa of Mr, Brvaa. " " ,
Tlaaa was wkan the Laird of Sklbo
wouldn't dare accuse tke coatiibgilag
Editor of splurging. .
We are Indebted to a New York
newspaper aage for tola startling rev
elation: "A woman's kalr la never
red except wkea ska came by It t
If tka Court of Commerce kas pow
er to punish for contempt, a kunck
of Congreeamaa are Jumping Into Jeo
A , 8kaaeatlee corespondent assure
aa Ikai wkea Kipling wrote "the fe
male of tke species la more deadly
than i. tke , male," Ruddy meant' tke
aioea.ulto." ; . . .
"I am for nobody , say Mr. Roose
velt. Aad who U dare say tke Colonel
Ab Martin observes:" Ther's alius
some thl a" brew In" a Mtlwaukle t'
Aa author arguee tkat It will be,
easier to die In tk futuraWell, moat
of na are willing to watt aad aea
If ke U rlgkL
"American railway train ar tke
beat In tbe world." aaya Alfred Ten
nyson Dickens. Wherein be la ac
cord with Mr. Bryan, wko Uvea la
. Champ Clark I going to write a
book. Very considerate of him. for
ke will save aa unseemly scramble
among tbe vaudeville manager.
BASEBALL WAR NOT
NEW YORK. Dec: -(Speclal) '
-Tkere will be bo baseball war. It
takes two aide u make a.figkt"
Wltk tkeae words Anguat Herrmann,
chairman of tke - National Baseball
Commission, todav refused ta t.k.
up tke gauntlet thrown oan by Baa
Johnson, president of the American
League, in declaring tbat the Ameri
can League would kava nothlna furth
er to do wltk the National except to
protect territorial and player right,
and securing the passage of a. resolu
tion to that effect bV tka lea rue dlntc
tors. Tbe resolution adopted by the
American League are being generally
regarded today aa a harmless mid
winter diversion. The resolutions
were kandad to Herrmann aa h ul
at a banquet given' by the World's
Champion Philadelphia Athletic to
baseball magnates and writers at the
A st or koteL He announced kis Inten
tion to probe tke ticket scalping scan
dal to tbe bottom, and place tka re
sponsibility wkere tt should res.
FREAK BILLS COST OT-DLTO
(Continued from page 1.)
and to know its effect anon tke state.
Derore voting lor It Judge rnmick
wss ss muck opposed to tke bill pro
viding tor the elimination of nerao-
al property to tba amonnt of $3,000 as
be was to the slngl tax.
Aa to bonding the county or state
to raise money for roads, the ludce
pom red out tbe Interest tkat must
be met, and 'said that, although tbe
roaJs are built and millions expended,
aa soon as a new railroad line aoes
In It changes tbe location of the roads
tbat are used the moat, as all farmers
are anxious to haul to the nearest
As to county fairs, he said:
"I dont believe In these aDoroDria-
tion by the atat at large to benefit
local or Individual enterprise.
If the taxpayers would throttle
every nshwheel In the state and leave
tbe fishing to the alllnetters ther
would save the state a heavy expense
and permit tbe propagation of the
flab to go on naturally.
Tbe teacher supervisors created by
tbe Legislature last year, we have no
more use for than I have for another
pocket, but tbey cost us $4,000."
Dodge Funeral Held.
Tbe funeral services over the re
mains of Mrs. Anna Dodge, who died
at Hallard, Wash., were held at the
Baptist church Wednesday morning at
10 o'clock. Rev. 8. A. Haywortb. pas
tor, officiating. Many friends of the
deceased attended tbe funeral an 1
also members of tbe Sola Circle, of
which deceased was a member. The
Interment was In tbe Mountain View
Learning by Experience,
Ha Iceman mhuvrlng umbrellas!
TTere's one with sn excetlonslly st
trsctlve bundle. Customer Not for
me. AH my nmbrellas bsve been en
tirely too sttrsctlve. Loudon Tele
grspb. Charity. .
CU irlty begins at borne becaase If It
began downtown It might bsve to walk
borne. Osl vest on New.
Ksisin. ' .
Balslna often stick to tbe paper In
which tbey have been wrapped. At
suck time bold tbe paper for a mo
ment over tbe stesm escaping from a
teakettle and tbe fruit can then be re
Thl Is The Best Flour Obtain
able. Lsy In Your Winter Supply of
Hy, Grain, Feed and Korrect
11TM AND MAIM L .
aa aww4 a aaa eant a ware, gwa
aaaav vase teak aaa M sec t eaal
asa sere, aaaa St a mm.
Cwak saaat I is erase mini ens
aaa aa aa ia as 1 1 na wBa iaa IM". IS
aissf lar him atlas-Mi iimai ae
WANTED Tourist aad local people
to aea my collection of arrow-beads
coin. Indlaa trmkata. v'.d stamps
aad curio of ! aorta ' Will bu
or asU la this i 'la some good
bargeiaa la aevood-kand furnllura
ana tools. r,eorg Young, klalh l
air Fiftk. r
WANTKDFour men to board and
room by private family, goo4 table
and room. $4 SO a week. Inquire
at Enterprise. tt
rt)L'NIWlll partyNsho advertised
for glasses la' RnUrprise call at
FOR SALE On black mare, com
ing four year old. very geutle, but
not broke to work, weight U&O
pounds. Farmers Feed Yard, O. F.
Hegdale. owner, ketaeea Hecood
and Third an Main street, Oregon
City. . ,
FOR 8ALK by C 11. Uvesay, carload
of Trojan powder. Just received.
WOOD AND COAL.
OREGON CITY WOOD AND Ft' EL
CO. F. M. IUukm.' Wood and coal
delivered to all part of tke cl'.y.
8AWINU A SPECIALTY. phone
your order,- pacific SS03, Home
" t t ..
TO RENT Room wltk board In
private family. , Address "A," rare
FARM LOANS Otmlck at Dlmtca,
Lawyers. Oregon1 City, Or.
O. D. BUT. Axioraer-at-Law. kt
luaaed. abotraeta tirnlaked. land
Utlea atamhui. eeiatte aettled. mm
eral law kasaavaaa- Ovej
ITRatN tt BCHVnWU AUavaeyal
Law, DeetaeSar adveka, wUI aeaa
taoe la all aoarta, aaaka
prtae Bldav. Oraamai Oct.
UlLDf R AND COWTataCTOR.
HARRY JOHEft Buflder aad Oeaeraj
Coatraator. Eatluvatee ckeertall;
givea oa all classes of batiatag
work, aswerats warna aaa retaroreed
Has. pvtaw Mala 11.
E. H. COOPER. Foe Pile taseraaee
aad Real Batata. , Lai as beadle
ynar properties we bay, aefl and
escheat. Office la Raierariee
"SS-. Oregon City. Or saw a
CHICAGO TAILORS eults made to
order from $10 and np. Wa also do
cleaning, pressing and repairing
Three doors south of postoffce.
J. ALBA 8AGER, tescser of wind snd
string Instruments, director of band
snd orchestra. WM furnlih manic
for any occasion. Call st Electric
- PIANO TUNINO.. - -
PIANO TUNING If foa' wsnt your
plsno thoroughly and accurately
tuned, at moderate cost notify
Piano-Tuner-' at Electric 'Hotel.
Strongly endorsed by tbe director
of tbe Philharmonic, wbo will per
on ally vouch for bla work"..
rLOST Saturday, a brown and white
muley cow. under return to Jim
Graves, Seventh street or O. Engle
brecht's place, snd receive reward.
Notice of Application - for Liquor
Notice Is hereby given, tbat I will at
the next regular meeting of the
City Council apply for a license to
sell liquor at my place of business,
714 Main street, for a period of six
L A. NOBEL,
Notice of Application for Liquor
Notice Is hereby given tbat I will at
the next regular meeting of the City
Council apply for a license to sell
liquor at my place of business, "The
Idle Hour," comer Fourth and Main
streets for a period of three months.
A. J. KNIGHTLY.
Notice Is hereby given that tbe Coun
ty Superintendent of Clackamas
County will hold tbe regular exam
, Inatlon for applicant for atate and
county paper at Willamette Hall,
Oregon City, as follows:
For atate papers commencing
Wednesday, December 20, at a
o'clock a. m and continuing until
Saturday, December 23, at 4 p. m.
Wednesday Forenoon Writing,
United States History, Physiology.
Wednesday Afternoon Physical
Geography, Readlag, , Composition,
Methoda In Raadlng, Methods In
Thursday Forenoon Arithmetic,
Civil Government, History of Edu
cation, Psychology, Methods In
Thuradsy Afternoon Grammar,
Geography, American Literature,
Pbyslca, Method In . Langtisge.
Thesis for Primary' Certifies'..
Friday Forenoon Theory ind
Practice, Orthography, English LIU
" Friday Afternoon School Law,
Saturday Forenoon Geometry.
Saturday Afternoon General HIs-
T. J. GARY,
(Viunty lUhool Superintendent
Notti pe Municipal Incorporation.
Notice Is hereby glvea that applies
tkn will be made to the Coun'y Court
of Clackamaa county, Oregon, at the
regular January. Il. tann i'f said
court, on Friday the tk day of Jan
uary, lilt, at 10 o'clock a. m., for
the Incorporation of a certain por
tloa o( Clackaaia county Into a
launicipai cvrpoi avion uuuer lbs
lei ia au4 uy vu tua 04 Caapier 1
sm liue AjkVl ol Lde Vtesou
ias, ia Bfewtuauue i Ul
IN !. COCM Y tXJUKT OF Tllh?
a i Ala: or oHk-tiON oa clacp.-
To tua Lwuuiy Court of t'Ucheuiae
1 ae andersigued, your petitioner.
quallUed elecioi o ttt county ot
CiaAkamaa, alaie ol Oraaou aud rest
Uanu witkln the following described
liaainaiug at the aoutkeaat corner
of Tract No. tilxty-ooa (1 or
Wlllauiette Ttacta, tbeora sou Ik
aUtyaeven tT) degreea Tkir'.y
ulna UJ minutes west aloug the
aoutktrly bouudary of Tract elaty
one ll). 8ixty to (all, Stat
three tsl) aud tiliiy-lour ($4) o(
said Willamette Tract and '.ke pro
jection thereof to the Intersection
of the east line of Twelfh alreet In
the town of Willamette Fall;
thence south Tenty-two (33) de
gree Twenty-one (111 mieutee east
aloug the east Una of said Twelfth
street produced to tbe north bank
of the Tualatin Itlver; thence up
tba north bank of tbe Tualatla Riv
er to a point oa tbe aald north
bank where a projection of the
west line of Tract B and F of First
Addition to Willamette Falls Acre
age Tracts Intersect tke - aorta
bank of said Tualatin River: tkeoce
north lo tke north a eel corner of
Tract E of aald Flrat Addition to
Willamette Fall Acreage Tract;
tkenre east along tke nrk boun
dary of Tract K of aaiik Flrat Ad.lt
tton to Willamette Fan Acreaae
Tract aad along tba north boun
dary of Tracta K. II. N and P of
Willamette f all Acreage Tracta and
. along the north boundary of Tract
Forty 0 Forty-one Ol). Forty
two (41). Forty three (41). aad
Fortyfour (44) of Willamette
Tract to the nor 1 beast corner of
said Tract Forty-four (44) of said
Willamette Tracta; thence north
Slxty-aeven (7) - degree Thirty
nine (311 minute east along tke
aorrk line of the County Road to a
point where the north line of aald
county road Intersects a northerly
' projection of the east Una of Trar
' Sixty (60) of aald Willamette
Tracts; thence south Twenty-two
(33) dearee. Twenty-one ($1) min
utes east along the east One of
tracta Sixty (0) and Rtxty-one (1)
of said Willamette Tracts to Ik
southeast corner of Tract No. Sixty
one (1); the place of beginning - All
In Clacksma county, atate of Ore
gen. Reference being had herein
to the plat of said Willamette
Fall, Willamette Tracta. Wllla
tnette Falls Acreage Tracta and
First Addition to Willamette Falla
Acreage Tracta. all of which are
duly recorded In the office of the
Recorder of Conveyance of aald
Clackamaa county, atate of Oreaon.
within aald Clackamaa county, Ore
gon, pray that "the aald part of
Clackamas county. Oregon, describ
ed by the foregoing boundarlea ahall
be Incorporated aa a municipal cor
poration under the provisions of
Chapter I Title XXVI. Lord a Ore
gon Laws, the said described part
Electric Christmas Gifts
They still possess that element of noyelty
dear to the American heart and thus soItc the
problem of giving Christmas gifts that are 'dif
ferent.'" Imagine how pleased most men wotsld be to'
receive an electric shaying cop or electrc cigar.
lighter, instead of neckties, socks. And hand
'kerchiefs, "as usual."
. A tea kettle for grandmother, a samoyar for
Madame's five o'clock teas, a chafing dish for
the college girl or bachelor maid, a disk stove
for the bachelor, a flat iron or sewing machine
motor for the practical housewife all these
novel and useful gifts will be appreciated by
whoever receives them.
: V ' ' - - ' v .
, It should not be forgetUn that th lctH Chrletmss gifts are ' all(
UIEFUL gifts. Esoh of these devlaea Is designed to da soma one thing
better than It cn be don any other way, wfcether It Is to . peraolate
eoff, toaat brssd er furnish the power for running a sewing maohlne.
The ling of slsetrio Chrlstmss gifts la sa complete that In It will be '
found a suitable gift for avsry member of the family. V ,
PORTLAND RAILWAY, LIGHT
& POWER CO. V
MAIN OPHCC 7th and Alder Streets
with ampla eaeltaL assure I
uulimist and a neaulna deelra
wa are In poeKle ta five business msn and Indlvlaw4ic tka kill
there I In Sanhlaf.
Vur IntsrOeta will rw If yen bsve a finanelal kaaeaa
and w serdiaMy Invite yea- te te at heme here, wslna au imItiu!
ta ths fullest peeaJbl aatsnt " s'tla
The OAiilx cf Ofccoa City
OLDEST lAWK IW THI COUWTT ' ,
bV Ck ITrtHTaaVrffal
THE FIRST NATIONAL BARB 3
ol OREGON CITY, OREGON
t reassess a saaeel aakkaf ailaaaa.
of aald Clackamaa county contain
IIT number of Inbabltanta
And your petitioner will ever
II. I. SnlJow. ( 11 Courtney,
J. C. Edmund. Joeepk I Under eon,
r K Shipley, Chaa. A. And rue.
W. I. Crlteeer, C IL Wlllson.
J M. Turner, II T. llhluley.
W. Pollock. Ijurtod Rice.
. J. A. Ream, Jr. A. Uranqulst,
(1. O. t) raves, U II. Duncan,
T. J. Uary. (1. H Roger.
J O KnKbt, J A. Ilodgee,
J. A. Ream, F. Oliver.
J. RayL Gore Strong.
A. Hun yon, B, P. Carpenter,
W. F Hunyon. C. A. Colson,
Frank Capon. W. A. Roaa.
Kdaard dross. ). llsmaa,
t'llb (iroaa. Ham lutdorf.
R A. Junken. tirge Itatdorf,
H A. Waldrun,
J. 1L Hunt.
J. W. Olle.
II. 0 Newtua,
E. T. Masa
Ms Himself al Hem.
"Mr Pigs U alius- her luu literal "
' "Tbe last tie. ke a as Bt my h.ie I
totil bla t make him -If InoriMichiy
al koiue. aad In lean ibae Ova minute
be had irreWd with aiy wife. kU ked
the -al (Hti ot d.. itis'aarae4 the
rook, wfuiakea tne l-.br and tola ute I
waa a' fieM " - 1'rar-uii W ralr
Meeeie Re see.
-Al a rail la arms, in N-na. Aadra
rtldeo. aha wss laaie. rlereti nimwlf
a a ret-riiit. U a-n r.ful 00 e
rounl ! til- t rilH'teil mhI ne eirtalmed
"I loaHiKtil yl aer- .kii for Sk-I
to 0a tit. tiot ! run ay."
"Yoa refit1 Bur- ten r4r Sat"
"I rememlirr.' aald Ike brireaa.
"Yon wild II wind wre. k yoiir life."
"II did have bed lo work for a
llvLig -er alia e"-LouUville fwurlee.
Jenraai - v
country tbat ta rwmarirabla
far tta large aatera. kaa tka blgtiaat
.The man wbo aald be wee "oat oa a
lark" waa In reality "ant aa a swal
She Does tbe course of ibelr love
mo smooth? Ue Ob. yea; tkere are
banks oa both idea. Judge.
aecSuntlnf, sasellsnt lt yVf
ta raeidee kelatul a...i . e ;
""' - i ia4
saaast feaaa I A. M. , I B J
REAL EST ATI TRANttt
Ik O. and Anna J. Ro.ocraa is
Mra. K. J. Lewla. Ma It and 14 jkLZ
4t Oreoo Iron Si.)
First Addition to ogo; ioo.
Jobn O. and Ckarlott ium m
John samuelaon and Charlotte
uelwm. lota and I of block 1. .,
Addition to Canby: )M. 1
Suaaa M llarrla to William Js
aon, 40 acre of section 14. Uaasaa
I aoutk, range 1 east; o. "
George R. Young and Florets
Young to Clarence V. Atterbery.
acrea of aectloa Ik. township $ soatk
range I weal; $M).
M. L Young lo Rudolph atartta.
kaa 14. IS, bkwk a. Oak Uruv park
Julia A. IUbbU to Walter p rgk
bla. 100 acre of William Engle a L
C township soulk, raaga $ sM.
llorara M. Taaaart and Kt Tat
grt to George ChlWlrr. 44 arrs at
aertlon 14. township I soul a, rasgt
N. D aad Eltiablk M. Hantlar b)
jwla and Anna llelgerana. 44 am
of section la. towashlp 4 aoatk, rsaa
I east; It.JOO.
Espreeelenlvt te Enleriala.
Many wko fceard repreaentatlrs al
Ike Ollleeple Rckool of ExpreaaUai M
Ckautaaqua laal summer will at
pressed to know that a similar seta
lalassant will be glvea bare tkla weak
MUs Rdna Ilertsch and a torepsslna,
both of the senior rlaa of tb (Itrka
ple school, will gtva a rertial al tk
Presbyterian ckurrk an Friday t
alng al ockiek. Tke nrograai H
be varied by pleasing bits ot tern
(km. pantonine, dletoguee, eta Tk
rouag ladles are experienced la ptk
tie entertalnmeal and are reaaa
mended as very rspable and plsastat
Adult 38 tenia, children It rests
MASONS ATTEND FUML
Sedy e X. T. Wood I iMecrSg Is ,
Many frtenda of tke l I
Wood attended Ike fuaeral servtajl
i.i. ,mlA ai I ha family S3
denca on Twelfth aad Wster suetfl
a m. " 1 1
M'ednday anemooo a a
Rev. J. R. ladstKirougk. P-W 43
the Presbyterian cfcurck. offlrlairi
Tbe deceased waa a member of III
Masonic oyder aad also of the
and l-ailea of Society, and Ibees ita
orders attended la a bod f- The fWti
tributes were beautiful. Th lsh
meat wss In Ike Mountain le cem
etery Many friends and reUtlvesii
th deceased were here from fw