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M0RK1NQ ENTERPRISE, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19. 1911.
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CITY OFFICIAL NIWIPANR.
THE MORNING ENTERPRISE
Wm Mi, at the following imih
UuaUey Broa Drags
J. W. McAaetty Qgare
Seventh and Mala.
aV B. Anderson,
Mala near Elxtk.
M. B. Donn -Ceafeetloaery
Next door to P. O.
City Dreg Store
' Seventh end X Q. Adema
Dec 18 In American History.
MM George Dl Prentice, famoos ad
Iter, bora; M 187a --
1865 Formal and official aboUtloa of
slavery ratified by 2e atatee.
M7e Gold fell to par In tb UoIt4
Statee for the Brat Um subsequent
190t Cewersl Wager Swayaa. not ad
eml war veteran, died: bora 1834.
(from aooa today to nooo tomorrow.)
Sua acta 431. rises T:l; aMtoa riaaa
AS a. aa.
SOCIAL SI DC OF OUR CITY.
Tb Enterprise bellevee that the re
markable Interact which la being- tak
a la the atady and practice of mask
throughout tba city this winter. Is
tba boat possible evidence of tba sub
stantial prosperity of oar citizens.
Material prosperity to not merely a
matter of Bank Clearances, .or ta
ereaaod ball disc permits, for a Barely
temporary boom or pasting wave of
prosperity will accompliab tbaL
It Is la the social Ufa of a dty
- that bed-rock conditions are to be
aoen. Apart from the Bemerous Lit
arary. Social. Dancing and Recre-
- atlonal Clube which without excep
tion are tn a particularly flourishing
condition this year all oar churches
are making a pedal point of the
musical features of their services.
,' The Philharmonic Society with orer
a boadred , voices to the center of
musical activity, aad repreaeata the
musical Ufa of the city in the broad
est ease. - It to without doabt . the
most ambitions undertaking we hare
had, aad its officers are to be eon
gratalated on the success which to I
meeting their efforts. Care should
be Lakes to make the society a per
... LENGTH OF A DRINK.
': What whisky has been dtopoeea
of as a vexatious question and now
appropriate enough eomea aa official
deaaitloa aa to the length of a drink
of whisky, of course.
Senator Joba Worth Kern, of In
diana, who oaoe upon a time attract
d general attention by tailing across
the political horizon as a tall to tae
Bryan presidential comet, U respon
sible for the definition.
During the Larimer Investigation
the senator was interrogating a wit
uses named Stunner, who excused or
explained his Inability to remember
by the plea that he had been rather
"How many drinks had you had?"
asked Senator Kern of Stunner.
"That depeada on how much yon
: think makes a drink," was the reply
of the witness.
"Well about two inches and a
quarter," replied the senator.
' The blbulously Inclined can hence
forth govern themselves accordingly.
. The Yequl Indians, like som poli
ticians la this country tn surge from
mere force of habit
Representative Sulxer thicks be
-looks like Henry Clay, but tnst
doesn't bring him any mention for
The man who seeks to borrow trou
ble la never refused a loan.
The Indiana State Board of Health
proposes to abolish the "all-day suck
; er.": 1 Every state should follow the
( example of Hooslerdom.
The election returns In thirty-eight
Civilized World Will Soon
Br R. M. HAAN. New York Hotel Man
HI CIVILIZED WORLD BY
HAVE NO COOKS.
It take, BRAINS to
the rtrj announcement bj s man that be U a cook ia rufB
dent to keep him in LOWER SOCIAL SCALE than that to
When I apeak of eooka I don't mean "BEEF AND BEANS"
eocka, but FntST CLASS chela. Wa hare onlj a FEW of these
-""V What axe we to do when tbey are gone! Men with
i-ta St, PROFESSION.
"Madonna of the Stars"
Stolen, but Soon Recovered
tr s ilA ?,de j' :t
' Wlr- sssasmim m i
E..X)l"RAG tl perhaps by Vbe
the "Mans Lisa" from the
"Madonna of the Stars' from
aced. The palatlas. reputed to be one
m i...tiu k v . i . . .
pane) about two feet hlb aad eoe foot
occupied by the patnter-Bxnifc. which
MHrr. in HKfunMtery navios; vrni cvBTtnfq iuiu a noaruoi. 1 u vuiar paiai
tnn were not dlatnrbed. Tbla la the Brat Instance of salntlne harlne hi mi
Ckln frnffn mn Itmllmm mnanili It mrmm
etoten that, eren If the orlclnal should
opoD 11 ioe auiK-ioa oai ii was omy
"xriuw wrwxAi HiHBru ibii iiirr uTi
preclncu of New Mexico are reported
miming. Tammany could do no bet
ter than that
Dr Wiley says that a man can live
for a month oa a bashei of wheat
eostlns; from U cents to 1$. Now
why worry about the cost of living?
The Poatofflce Department shows a
surplus for the first time since 1S83.
Tet when he was appointed there
were those who insisted that Mr.
Hitchcock was only a politician.
After we have Mr. Mlson's con
crete house, furnished with concrete
furniture, we snail probably know no
more hard times.
Wisdom from the Syracuse Post
Standard: -Secretary Stimson sari
that we are not prepared for war,
Then let's not have one."
The booster is ope of the most use
ful assets In any community.
It must be conceeded that Chamn
Clark Is maintaining a heroic silence.
Mayor Gaynor has decided that
women do not want to vote. His
honor must have overlooked the re-
tarns from the Los Angeles election.
Mr. Stokes will also admit that he
was blown np from the ootsiJe.
The word "pocket handkerchief"
bsve s rnrhHia history. The nrlUIle
"ker" Is abort for the Krem b "-oti-rrir."
to cover, and "chief Is nKbiog
else but "clwf." the bead. Kerchiefs
were nel slao for tbe neck, and tbst
msde them neckerchiefs. Finally
when tbey liecsme what they now are
and were carried In tbe band tbey ex
pended Into handkerchief n. Tben
when pocket were Invented snd worn
In tbe time of Qijeen F.lluibeth tbe
term pocket handkerchief csme Into
use. Tbe word pocket" Is nothing
but s form of the old ffaxoo word
"poke." a Imim- or ixmku combined with
the diminutive "et-New York World.
A New Use.
Quite a novel method of announcing
an engagement via that employed by
a clever young lady In tbe weat. Sue
telegraphed a girl friend In Boston:
"Solomon, lx. three."
Looking up that chapter and Terse
the friend read:
"I am my beloved's snd my beloved
la m1ne."-Boeton Trsnacrlpt. :
TH NEXT GENERATION WILL
U GOOD COOK, and today
saccvaa of tba icW or tttieaa woo stole
Lout re. a robber removed the famous
the Monastery of Saa Marco, la Florence.
of the two finest examples of the work
. . . t . i 11 .
wide It was banc In the ceU formerly
contained other pictures by the same
mMnmrmmA mrtkmm . tu M W ami f luN
be recovered, there eoold alwsys rest
a sEuirui copy, out cne noreoune aa-
iet.uiaiau vm panel mat was SoMea.
H. a STARKWEATHER
IS GRANGE HEAD
The election of II. O. Starkweather.
a well known resident and foe to sin
gle tax In Clackamas county, aa mas
ter of Mllwaukle Grange, Is said to
beignlncant of the attitude of this
grange toward this method of taxa
tion. . Mr. Starkweather has always
been outsnoken In hU anmiiiinn ii
a few years ago Introduced a resolu
tion in Clackamas County po.
mona condemning single tax as
dangerous aad a menace to the state
ana especially to tanners.
Ia his remarks In accepting the ot
Oca Of master. Mr. Starkweather
made It plain that be has not changed
nis mm a. and beneves that every
farmer of Clackamas count v should
fight the measure. This was the sen
timent of several who spoke oa the
Other officers elected are as fol
lows: Overseer. Carl Hanson: lec
turer. Captain J. p Shaw; steward.
wyn uunneu; assistanst steward.
Baptist Campbell; treasurer, A. L.
BolsUd; secretary. Miss Kate Casto;
gatekeeper, C. B. Bunnell; Ceres,
Mrs. Carl Hanson; Pomona. Mr a D
E. McConnell; Flora, Mrs. Florence
Bobbins- lady assistant steward. Miss
Florence' Rowle; trustee, C. H.
Nat ta Be Tricked.
A rural visitor to Glasgow desiring
a meal entered a restaurant, and when
he bad taken a seat the waiter pre
sented him tbe menu.
"Look 'ere. my man." roared tbe
wide awake rustic, "yon don't chest me
tolke this. I be only Jut room In. I
ain't 'sd sny of the 'ere things, sod
I shan't psy for em.. I knows yer
game, and Til get my dinner some
where else." He then took his de
parture, leering the waller to think 11
ever. London Ideas.
At tbe French court tbe card rooms
from tbe time of Clisrlea VI. to tbst
of Limls XVI. were luxuriously fur-
nl"bed. Tbe counter uwd were Mother-
of H-arl or worn, other valuable ul-
atMiHv. The inrdu were embroidered
with silver mi while sCln. and some
were tbe work of tlr moat famoua
We are aD of us more or lest
echoes, repeating involuntarily the
virtues, the defects, the movement!
and the character! of those among
whom we Lve. Joubert
This Is The Best Flour Obtsliv
Lay In Your Winter Supply of
Hay, Oraln, Feed and Kotrset
11TH AND MAIN ...
Oregon CHy. "
I'ulS. R03IMI P
CHUAOO. Dee. It. iSpeelat).
Mrs. Kdna RoUuaoa. of lortland. Of.
who rtieuipied suicide (UturJay, and
Frank Cock re U are existed to mar
ry. They passed most yesterday
In her private room at the hospital.
ills ureaenoe and his cheering words
hare t.eiped surgery to un aer oa
the rd to recovery.
The bullet was removed during the
day. In a week or tea days be may
be able to leave the hpifsl. unless
uneiperted complication et ta.
FttenJa say that aa soon aa Mrs
Robinson la dlacharged from the hoe
pllal the wedding win take place.
'She Is aa estimable woman
woman of highest type ana simpi)
lost control over herself, esiil cork
Irell. "I hsd abeolutely nothing to do
with her separation from Harry Rob.
Insoa. the Portland teh-araph opera.
tor. and did not consider my visiting
her In Chicago as a courtship. Cer
tainty I vlstted her at the hoipltaL
and I am glad my prvuoe cheered
her and created the encouragement
she so' much needed. I hope ofr her
Mrs. Robinson la rerH.rted to have
said today that she would never mar
12 KMLD: 20 KURT '
(Continued from page L)
found two bodies In (he crumple
sleeper, cut to pieces. Identification
of these Is Imposlble.
Although both the diner and sleep
er were of steel, the former sheered
the upper portion of the lee per from
the floor aa If It had been cardboard.
In the Impact the diner's floor became
elevated slightly above that of the
sleeper's and with the force of i
tion No. Is engine behind, the sleep.
er was jammed along for fully twenty-
five feet while the diner, as a gigan
tic knife, cut' away the upper strao
Heart to Heart
By EDWIN A.'tfYS.
WBAT BO VOU WANTf
Over and above the uet-eMariee and
the ordinary romforta of life what de
Ton niuat want something.
That la roved by ti fart that yea
are dleaattaded. . Tbe r bee per thing
of life do not satisfy juu, Then what
m ii yon wsotf
Will yon let meenggeatf
First-Too want to be what yon
were intended te be. Anything
than that will not do You were dV
algned for a purpose. Jut aa the plant
Too want te be what yoe were bol.t
to be. And yoo try. though awkward
ly perhaps or In a reandabout blind
sort of way. Nevertheless)-
Down deep In yon Is the enquench
able want Ton wish to be at Intelll
gent, aa strong, ss One. as yon were
Intended to be.
Is It not sot
Seconds-Yon want to be as useful
In your day and feneration as voa
were designed to be. I care not bow
stupidly selflab yoe msy have sne.
reeded In making yourself, yon caa
never quite get ever the feeling that
yoo are onder obligation te help yoor
If yoo could live by yourself and for
yourself and of yourself It mtgbt be
different. Too would never know tbe
pull on our beartstrtnge. Hot yoo are
a fractioo of humanity. Incomplete of
yourself Ton belong te tbe other
Even tbe grafters and tbe misers
come at lat to feel that they owe a
great deal more than tbey own.
Third. Too want to be remembered
when you are gone. lie Is very low
down la whose heart la no daare te
bra tn the esteem 01 bis kind after be
That dealre is tbe quenchless longing
of your personality.
Yon will not he satlxfled ontn yon
caa be what you were made to be.
until yon .are of one to thoae about
yoo. until you feel tbe world will miss
yoo when you sre gone.
Wbst course of conduct will lead to
tbe arcompllabment of these natural
Ah. that finds the sore plsret
Which proves thnt yoo are not si-
ways quite willing to try to be what
you would like to he. -
There are others tike you.
Hew Willie Wen. 1 t
Mother-Did you do as I told yon at
Mrs. Winters' snd not ask tbe second
time for pie?
Wlllle-Yes, ma. I didn't have to ask
only once. I got tbe drat piece with
out as kln' Boston Transcript
Treatment at Hot Lake, including Radical attention, board and
baths, coats no more than yon would pay to live at any first class
hotel. Rooms can be had from 75 cents to fMO per day. Meats
In tbe cafeteria are served from 20 cents np and In the grin at the
usual grill prices. Baths range from 10 cents to $1.00.
We Do Cute Rheumatism
., . ' '-y -
HOT LAKE SANATORIUM
r.r . HOT LAKE, ORBO0N.
WALTER Ii. PICRCC. Pres.-Mflr.
WANTSD Tourists and local peop'
to see my oolUwiloa of arrow eaus
coin, Indian tinsels, lid stami
and curloe of t.l aorta Will bu
or aell la thu ttue Hate eome good
barsates In srruajband furniture
and tools. r,ere ouna. Main i
WANTED RY YOl NO MAN-l'Uce to
room with private laiully, rather
cloae In. wih to lake part of weal
at rooming place. Write "It," Care
FOR HALS by C II- Mveeay, carluad
of Trojan powder, Just received.
WOOO AND COAL.
OREUON CITT WOOD AND FUEL
CO. F. M. lUuhm. Wood aad Coal
delivered to all parte of the el'y
SAW1N0 A alCt'IALTY. Phooe
your orders Paclno I SOI, Home
TO RENT Rooms with board In
private family. Address -A." care
idH RCNT-ltoooi kou. la CUX
stone, one block from carllna, two
lota, fruit, fit month.
K. P. Car
ter, Gladstone, or.
FOR KENT Furnished house . la
eluding piano. Modem eonventenree.
Inquire Twelfth and Adams atreeta
mi i wfte
FARM LOANaV DUnlck- ai
Lawyers. Oregon CUy, Or.
BBT. Attoraey-at-Law. M
UOee eiejatae a, eetatt asttlsa.
eral law baafeaeea Ores
trtJLN A KHUKBJflU Astern eye at
aw, Deotaaaor Advaaet. woB
Dee ta all eawrta, mass
prtee Bbag-. Oreaoa CMr,
BUILDCR AND CVTajaCTOR.
HARHY JOWW Baflder aad Oeaeral
Oaatraetor. Batttaaiee sheet faBy
given ea aU emeeee ef haslalsg
rk. sue stile wafha aae retaforead
reta Boa. fkwt Make 11.
B. ft. COOPTOL Fee FUe
Real Batata Uh aa
proaertlse se awy, ea
schaaaa. OfTtoe ta Bar
BUg, Oregon on-. Or age a
CHANINQ AND FRttnNa
CIUCA0O TAIIR8 eults made to
order from tlO and np. We also do
cleaning, pressing and repairing
Three doors south of pos toffee.
J. ALDA BAOER, teactar of wind aad
string Instruments, director of band
and orchestra. Will furnish mmtc
for any occasion. Oil at Electric
i ii inm i
PIANO TUNING If yoo want your
piano thoroughly and accurately
tuned, at moderate coat, notify
Piano-Tuner at Electrte HoteL
Strongly endorsed by the director
of the philharmonic, whoewlU per
tonally vouch for hla work.
LOST Saturday, a brown and white
muley cow. Finder return to Jim
Graves, Seventeenth street, or O
Englebrecht'a place, and receive re
L08T On Center street, somtwbere
between Slith street and the S. P.
depot a bill book containing soma
maps and private papers. Leave at
the City Drug Store and receive
reward. T. L Charman.
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for the County ot Clacka
mas. Katharine Orloff,
To William Orloff, Defendant:
Ia tbe name of the State of Ore
gon yoo are hereby required to ap
pear and answer to thsfoomplamt
filed against yon In the above en
titled suit on or before the th day
of January lilt, and If yon fall to
. answer, plaintiff win take a decree
. Hot Lake Mineral Baths
and mud given under solan
tine direction have eured
thousands. Write for Illus
trated booklet descriptive of
Hot Lake Sanatorium and
the methods employed. Hot
Lake Sanatorium Is acces
sible as It is located direct
ly on the main line of tbe
0.-W. R. A N. railway, and
special eicurslon rates are
to be had at all times,
ha ear. aaee ear maaaB
lean mmmx a .rear ersar aaiaae ea
kaa aa aM ai-al wah aa Maw, tse
ti el nil i so ear a wea waae
mn inm rtaa e"' wan e
laM4 tar paaraa taianaaM afcat el tea
Wltn ample ealtaL aastirat
equipment and a genuine desire le render nslsful flnsnelsi saZu?
... I- .1.1.. .Iua k...... ..j . "rVH
.waewe P "w " "V'BMIIS tba
there la In nklng. . . "'
, Yeur Intsresta will frew If yew have a flnanelal htsoouaH "
and we eerdUHy Invite yey te feel at heme here, weine TjuS!
te the fMileat passible eatenV "
The Batik of Oregon City
OLTEST BANK III THI COUITTT
U X LATwuBBTTw nuini V, J. MSTBX, Cashk
THE FIRST NATIONAL BAltt
of OREGON OTY , OREGON 1
.-,. i. . '
el Baaklaa BMeaa. Ooaa feeea I A. is
agalntt you, forever dissolving the
bonds of matrlmeey heretofore aad
now eiUtlog between the plalnlllf
and yiNi. and for the rsre and ess
tody of the minor child. Jaoalla,
and for such other and further re
lief In the premises ss the court
may deem lust aad equitable as
prayed for la the complaint 0led
Service of this summons Is made
upon you by publication la pur
suance of aa order of the Honora
ble R. It Beetle, Judge of the Conn
ty Court, for Clackamas County,
State of Oregon, made November
the I lib. tail, dlreruag such pub.
Ileal Ion In the Oregon City renter,
prise, once a week for sis succes
sive weeks, the first publication be
ing November tbe Sith. 1MI. and
the last the rth day of January,
J. T. E1JJ9.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Notice ef Application for Liquor
Notice la hereby given Thst I will
et the neat regular meeting of the
City Council, apply fur a Urease to
sell liquor at my place of business,
corner Hlith and Malo streets, for
a period of three months.
W. M TltCOEU
In tbe Circuit Court of the Slate of
Oregon for Clarkamea County.
Ilae-e Hollowell. plaintiff,
William C HollowelL Defendant
To William C. Holloeell. the
above named defendant:
In tbe name of the Stale of Ore
gon, you are hereby required to ap
pear and answer the complaint filed
against yoq In the above entitled
Court snj cause, on or before the
day of February. A. tX Ittt.
and If you fail so to appear or
answer the plaintiff will apply to
the Court for the relief prayed for
In her rompUlnt. which Is. that the
marriage now eiUtlng between yoe
and the plaintiff be forever dissolv
ed, and that the plaintiff have the
rare, custody and control of her
minor child. Dorothy.
Tb's summon la served npon yon
by publication by order of tbe lion,
n. B. Beetle, Judge of the County
Court, which order la dated the ilth
day of December, A. XX ltll. and
tbe dale of the Brat publication of
this summons Is the IPth day of
-December. 1ll. aad the last publi
cation Is the lOta day of January,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
L lee nae.
Notice la hereby given, that I
the nest regular meeting of the
City Council, apply for a license to
en liquor nt my place of buslneee
"The Planet." til Mala street tor
a period of ala months.
Notice ef Acceptance ef Sewer Con
Notice le hereby given tbst the City
Engineer of Oregon City, Oregon,
has Bled his certificate ot the work
has filed his certificate of the work
done by Mr. H. Jones, contractor,
for the construction of Bewer Dis
trict No. t. Oregon City, Oregon,
and the City Council of Oregon City
will consider the acceptance there
of, and all objections to the accep
tance of said construction at tbe
Council Chamber of said City, on
December z7th. 1111, at I o'clock
Any owner of any property within
the asaeaament district of said con
struction or nny sgent of such own
ers, may at such time or any time
-prior thereto, appear and file objec
tions to tbe acceptance of said con
struction, and such objection shall
be considered and the merits de
termined by the Council at the
above-named time and place. ,
This notice Is published la the
Morning Enterprise and the time
and place were Died by the order ot
the City Counoll of said Oregon City,
L BTIPP, Recorder.
otlce ef Acceptance ef brain Culvert
Notice is hereby given that the City
engineer or Oregon City, has filed
his certificate of tbe completion, and
approval of the work done by Mr.
John Van Weel. contractor for the
construction of the John Adams
Drain Culvert, and the City Coun
cil of Oregon City will consider the
objections to the acceptance of the
aaia Drain Culvert, at the Council
Chamber of said city on' the I7th
day of December, 1911, at t o'clock,
' Any owner of any property with.
In tbe assessment district of said
construction, or any agent of such
owner, may at such time or any
time prior thereto, appear and file
objections to the acceptance of said
construction, and sunh objections
shall be considered and all the mer.
Its determined by the Council at
tbe above-named time and place.
This ootlce Is published In the
Morning Enterprise and the time
snd place were fixed by the order
of the City Council of Oregon City,
L BTIPP, Recorder.
Aooeptsnoe ef Street Inv
Notice Is hereby given that the City
Kngineer or Oregon City, Oregon,
has filed his certificate of the com
pletion and approval of the work
done by Mr. M. Jones, contractor
for the Improvement of '
street. Oregon City. fr. tk
line of Slittt street to the tosi-iu.
of Revest h street, snd Us cZ
Council of Oregon city eiQ J;
alder the neceptaare tkersof
all the objections to the eaeeouZ
of said Improvemeot. at Iks Cosset
Chamber of said Oresoa cirri
December 17. Ill I. at o-tja
lt Has I
Any owner of any proiertr n,'
the aaaMment dlstrin of said ia
pravemeet or say scent of mZ
owner, may at such tlm ar ,
time prMr Ihere'o, atir snd g
objectluas to tbe arcepiaare ef r
Improvement, and autg objettiar.
may be considered and aU theael
He determined by the Council at th
w"t aameo nme utnc aad ska
This notice U publtifced bi r.
Xornlrg Enterprise and lbs Cat
and place were Died by lbs wis
or toe tiiy (.owned of trgn
U BTIPP. Rerorew
Notice ef Acceptance ef Alley
Notice la hereby given that theCt,
Engineer of Oregon City. Orifx
has Sled his certificate of Ot ma
pletloa and approval of the wt
done by Mr. II. Jones, eoetnrw
nr the Improvement of the ADm k
block t, Oregon City. Ore-, sa
me t ouncii of Oregon City J
coaaiviar the acceptance law
anj an tae objections to ike ama
lance of the said ImproteSMst,
tbe Council of aald Oregoa CKj, a
iieeemoer Jim, mi, ai I scad.
P. m. v
Aay owner of any property i
the aeeeesmeet district of ssM
provemenl er aay agent ef tat
owner, may at surh tine er an
lime prior thereto, sppear sad tk
object loss to the aereptaare ef
Improvement and such okjeroai
will be considered and Ike nam
determined by the Cueedi si
above-named time and place.
Tbla notice te published hi r
Morning Enterprise aad the ns
and place were Died by erser d
the City Council of Oregoa Oil.
L BTIPP. Recorder.
REAL B STATE TBAHSHU
J. L and Oeneva Ketch te C ft
Donovan, land In Frank Ms pave I
C. No. II, Including ( eersi d
Clackamas county; ft.Ooe
C O Donovan to J. T. DMiakai
acres of Franklin Pierce D. L &
section SI. township J south, rum I
J. a Barnard, 8r et al te 1
Jaeobeen aad peter Ertrkiee. I
acres of D. L C. of M. M. kUCsrnt
aad wife: lit.
fleorge S. aad Mary Morse at t
vld and Maggie Hardy, block U. P
AUdllioa to Jennings Lodge; fit.
J. C. Atnsworth. trustee, sad
IL Alnawortb to BJIth Ray, oaeM
acre of Oak Grove; 10.
James phslan to Maria Jessie P
Ian. 10 acrea of section , matk! I
south, range 4 eaat; II.
Lester L and Pearle E Smith
Jennie Green, lots 7 and t, block f
Gladstone Heights; 00.
Andrew Kocber to Elite Kocber.at
1 of block It, Caaby; l.
Oregon Iron A Truat Compear
Herman Betake, lota li. IS. 11
43. Oregon Iron A Steel Comtasf
First AddlUon to Oswego; 111.
Robert and Utile M. McCltntoet
If. P. Brlgblblll. land la Clerktaw
aara, H- Carter to t H. Da
son. the east half of Tract It, BrM
Junction; 700. ) '
H. r. Olbson and Marie C 0'"
to W. P. Ferret. 1.61 acres of etrWei
St. tt. townahlp S south, ranis '
The following are regUtsred at e
W. M. Libbert, Baa rrtndtco:
M. Lambert, E. Andrews aad
Portland;, Thompson, T. J. Oin. aj
Desltvsr. W. B. Mumpowtr, 0. a
Mumpower, Fted Bohlender W.
Rlckton. Earl Wink. Jeaa's inn.
B. Dnnn, Thomaa F. rlytn. HJJ;
Blanche Bailey. W. Moras". D. T
pan. W. If. Butts, O. "'n,r'Jfrf
J. W. McCubbln. B. Swaiea, a-
Londergar, A. Paine, . J-
Oregon City; W. Lelih. ron-"
Wansbrongh, Fargo, wona
0. E. Fields. Ban rrancltoo.
ViLL KOT BE BB
i .. m
Wlllsburg school dletHet m &
consolldsu with the Mllw"1
trlct at present. At a """'.rf a
Wlllsburg tupeyers It
lay on the table the propotltloa pw.
Mllwankle district dlroctora i
aolldate. A letter was seni w
Mllwaukle directors, thsnki ns
for the Invitation but statins ir in
the Wlllsburg pupils ri
present schoolhoiiae, wh cb jg,
nexed to Portland at the
It was not considered wise ,c r
at this time. Mrs. W'rU t
son. clerk of Mllwaum. -r . f l
piidIIs In the district, which ,
of saventy-two over
district employa nine teac s ( H
building will be ereote4 "
Bide neit year. '
P?sd ,tke Mornlaf