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CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER,
THE MORNING ENTMPRIU
U Ml t Ik following tOT
Uuilir ftroe. 4Drg
. J. W. kOMttf-Oftn
Sevwath u4 Meia.
K. B. AedereoeC
Mala IMT Slltk.
M. B. Dui CoafeetJooery
. . Kelt doer te P. O.
City Drag 8tore
Schooabora Coaf actio ary
s 8evotk sad 4. Q. A4tM.
Dc '.1 in American History.
3TS9 WQtoa WUaoa Coccocaa. found
r r tke cmww An gaiiery.
. 3S43 Texae admlrtvd to tbe rsJoa.
2900-A. 3. Caasart. rrMidMt C the
Peaaaylvaala railroad. 6d
(From moam today ta
Su acta 434. rases TSfc
BRYAN AND HARMON.
AMortUac Mi Edwta O- Wood. Mkrs-
lg "a flwr of the DnMmtie Na
tional' Com I rtee. Mr. Rryaa win not
boil Lb Uckct ekooid Coventor Har
as be eomtaated for taa presidency
la 11X bet he win n an kU tafle
race la the coaveaUoa aad previous
ta it to prevent the aomlaatioa. That
Bryaa. win oppoa Bimoi'i caadv
dry is wall kaowa. He has been ow
poalac Haraaoa ever stace h began
to be msatioaed la coaaectioa with
tke aoaaiaatioaL la almost ever la
ewe of ta Cvenmoaor there la a slap
-at Harmon. - WVm Bryu hag some
other arersioa aaaoeg tka mea whose
aaaaaa here been coapled with tka
Democratic candidacy, kia oppeettioa
ta son of tkoaa extends a tar aa It
oca to, tka Okie Governor.
Tka country re sat cabers kow Bryaa
Mpported Parker la- lNi Hanaoa
can rely oa tka aaa aort of aapport
If ka akoald set tka aoailaatioa. Br
aa oppoaod Parker ta tka coareatloa
aad foretold kU defeat tf ka akoaW
ba aonlaatad. Bat tka ooaTentloa
weat rikt akead aad placed kin la
tk field. Bryaa aude a few apeecke
for Parker. Ba called oa kia at
Eaopaa. aad waa hotocrm phed aeated
oa a beack tker wltk kiau Sereral
tiatea daiia tk caapalxa ka wt m
far aa to predict tkat Parker mlikt, j
la a c-rtaia eoatlaseacy wkick did
aot tak placed be elected. Bat wkea
tka teletrapk oa tk alskt of Noreav J
ber I, told tkat Parker waa beaten
won tkaa aay otker candidate aiae '
Horace Greeley la 18TJ. k refraiaed
from pattlos crepe oa kia aria. NeHk-'
" d k eipreu aay surprise.
Co. Harmoa'a frleada. If ka akoald
Men of ;
i : '
4 THOMAS K. T . .
T raocv just aa we
edison I, ....
iviuiuiuvg vi me
B t. BROOtff, Bdte m4 PwS
IT ' I I I ' - 1
oT sTYvi U ' W JLI lJI'J"
.a Ao, .g hearse
Herbert Speocer evolved tba
theorj and establiabed tba fact that all legislation on economical sab
jectt is of lower grade than the poorest intellect in the bodj from
which it emanates.
. I believe that when congress passed the Sherman anti-trust act it
actually meant to curb tbe trust. It failed abaolntelj. After almost
generation tbe court decitiona show that this act waa a farce. The
dissolution of tbe Standard Oil company and the American Tobacco
eompanj is a aham. It might be called a DISTRIBUTION', BUT
NOT A DISSOLUTION. OF MONOPOLIES.
NOW. IT WOULD BC A SIMPLE MATTER TO PASS LEGISLATION
THAT WOULD FOREVER SETTLE THE TRUST QUESTION TO THE
SATISFACTION O THE PEOPLE AND THE INTERESTS. THE ONLY
OBSTACLE IS THE CLASS OP MEN ON WHOM THIS DUTY DE
VOLVES. THEY ARE NOT EQUAL TO THEIR DUTIES.
.' If tbej were mea who knew the technique jof business, tbe inner
workings of commercial life, we might expect some RESULT'S from
their laborious effort.
IN FIFTY YEARS FROM NOW I.HOPE THAT WE WILL HAVE
EVOLVED A CLASS OF MEN WHO ARE CAPABLE OF ORASPINO
THE OR EAT TANGLED MASS OF BASIC PRINCIPLES UPON WHICH
OUR INDUSTRIAL LIFE IS FOUNDED, UNTIL THIS CLASS OF MEN
APPEARS ON THE NATIONAL HORIZON I EXPECT UTTL EAL
I ' - ' y : ! .i.t a-r vices will be ll 1 1 1 1 1
be aosataated. will aot plac stack
retlaac oa tk aapport wklck Brraa
ay civ ktsa. la Bryaaa owa a.
tloa of ta coaatry Hanavoa wooM
be waak. Ahkoak k wwald be far
troager ta New York, New Jaraev
aad tka East ta geaaral tkaa Got.
WUaoa, or Spaaker Clark would ka.
ttanaoa betoafa. to tk old Oevalaad
eleaieat of Ik Desnorracy. Clevalaad
aalartioa of Hanaoa tor a rablaet
pssr latrodiKwd tka Okio maa to tk
coaatry. Previoaa to tkat time be aj
aot kaowa outside tka border of tk
state, aad aot rery wall kaoaa la It,
ftooa receat rerUtkaa a boat WUaoa
kav waakeaed tk New Jersey Oorev
aor as a praaMeetla aomlnatioa poa
aiblUty. but k M still ta tk rara.aad
tka coataat aeema to be betweea klai
aad Haraaoa. Neither could rv4 tke
eetkaalastic aapport of tka eat Ire De
BBOcracy. bat eltker of tkeca oM
probably be aa atroac aa aay otker
saaa wkoaa tk party coald aeleat.
IN FASHIOVS UART. '
Far Casts Ar Now Maaa Rerb)a.
Tb varua for reveraibW raau has
reacbed even to tbe for, aad irom.li
af twa far oa tbe. (wa ski, wxvn
wltk ettber skle oat. sr to be ftHind.
Tbe afterewa frm-k sboaa sklrta
Jttrt a lift) knxT tbaa wa bad ta tbe
Tlrkl Uvea aad !jtu !a r4wa af aU
deacrlptioBS r IS- rt E-ery drr
shows fcf brlckt aad tke aew ataterlals
Tk eeop-e lis la becoailac to BtUe
ckUdrea. This coat iarlade thai fea
tare aad at tke saavr riaae trlvea aa
brokea Ub bark aad front.
TVs Mar Man. ostler Im est s stass
Csr eaiMrea fi-eta tamr. sts aa4 eicM years
ef aaa. 'a4 U rests te tUs eSra. g)Tng
Z.i. sa4 tt am be preeapcly f jr-
reo sr mD If r fesste erad
aa aa)tkosl r real staaip for letter
aaetac. ahlrti Vnnm
err Wbet. na m
Badlom. which esaits beat spootaae
asly aad wttkovt ttaasUoa. la prcacat
ta tk turn.
VM I ntir
: ess-' m
ci uiurui out
, 'at T
kau W Hope
I of the
A R A W,
end will continue to
offer for our irno-
Dive since u
W.H.Dorin, Champion Corn Grower.
With His Exhibits and His Prize
THE aaodera arlaotlae fsmer la aa carefal abewt ta "1 r- of ta
. seada k ralswa aa abeat tkat af kia St stork, aw tborvoc!y M raia
fact arprarlaud tkat Mraa pel as are aow awarded far jrm wktrk
kaa baea devalopad by a load aerlea of aiparUBoata. aa was tb rasa
at tk racaat La ad aad IniftUm aapaalttoa ta New Terk. wber a ll.tuo
afrvar rap waa grvea to WlUlaaa IL borta (waa la abow la ear lUuetreUoa
wttk kia prtaa aad part of ala aakibto far tk thirty beat ears af rora ta tbe
Cailed State. Tk cor waa raised a a Tbrrlala tar wklrk was bought la
1806 for a boat S10 aa arra. Tka brder f ta cereal raratved tbe awsrd
! for (he kistest aasaber of poiata
partaatsje af trala to ta fob, sasl
betweea tb Brwva coaaty aad Jaaaaoa cwaaty rartetiea. Mr. tfrts kas sold
several ears frosa kia exhibit at flo aack
live stock mm
AFFECTED BY HOLIDAY
Tk Portland I'aioa Stock Tarda
Coespaay re porta aa foDows:
Recelpu for tk week kav been
s7 cattie. n calve. J.T bocs. 3.ft44
Tk koliday teadeacy for payers to j
the effect of ssaklac ta aurket for
tk eek aoosewkat slow. Tk light J
apptiea war Jnst about is to ta!
reqalresoeats aad tk most aoted kap -
peahic of tk week waa tk sales of
a ChrUtma steer at tea rent which
wriguea z.ie pooads. aad dreaaed
72.14 per eeaL This Is a pbeaooieaaj : Orecoa City aad Portland war repro
dreaa for a two-year-old aad aadert seated at tb aierclaea. tka Bisters
three steer. Tke cow market showed
aa Increase, aad oa tk whole prices
may ba said to ba atroager aad hlgaer
at tk week's close.
Tk hog market showed fartker
weakaeaa. top being . 40. Tk ar-!
rival of contracted tfeliverle had a
damaging effect oa tk price of local
koga. a coadltio wkick 1 da to the
failure of shippers to aotify commia-'
sloa mea of tketr aatldparcd move-
meat of Hv stock. Had tk market I
aaadlers kaowa of ta koga tkat were I
coming forward to market tkey might !
aava prevented tk placing of contract
for Eastern parch sss.
Lamba sold at tl (5 aad Tk
of 13.133 pounds tkat kad beaa ,
properly rattened, at !$S. U aa evl-1
denre of the coo ten Oofl -ttaf.good7ACarinas Vargaret Mnlvey. Miss
mattoo wuj always bring a good !
Th following aales ar repreaenta-1
1 8teer ..
.74 Steers .
29 Steers .
40 Steers .
11 Cows ..
3S Cows ..
$2 Cows ..
37 Cows ..
2 Calves .
3 Bolls ..
2 Balls ..
2 Bulls ..
47 Hogs . .
. . 1 1ST
55 Hogs ..
153 Hogs ..
43 Hogs ..
397 Lambs ..
440 Lamba .
417 Ewes ..
Prevailing Oregon Cltv nricea in as
DRIED FRUITS (Baying) Prunes
oa basis of 1-4 pounds for 45-50's.
HIDES (Baying) Green hides. 5c
to 6c; s Iters, ( to c; dry hides. 12c
to 14c; skeep pelts, 25 to 75c each.
Hay, Grain. Feed.
HAT (Baying) Timothy. 113 to
tit; clover, t to t; oat kay, best.
t to flO; mlied, t to 112; alfalfa,
fit to IK.50.
OATS (Baying) Cray, $27 to I2;
wheat. f2S to 2; ell meal. $53;
8kady Brook dairy feed. $1 25 par 100
FEED (Selling) Shorts , $27 to
izs; roiled barley. $17.50: prooees
barley. $3$ 50; whol corn. $37; crack
ed corn, $38; white. $24 to $27; bras
$27 to $2$.
Bvtter, Poultry, Eggs.
FLOUR $4 50 to $5.25.
Butter (Buying) Ordinary conn-
try batter. 25c to 30c; fancy dairy.
POULTRY (Baying) Hens, 10c to
11c; spring. 10c, and roosters, Sc.
EGGS Oregon ranch eggs, 40c to
45c , -
SACK VEGETABLES Carrot.
$1.25 to $150 per sack; parsnip.
$1.25 to $1 50; turnlpa. $1.25 to $1 50;
beU, fl.tO. - - ,
WEDNESDAY. I.ECKMHKK 27. 1911.
iu-, - A '
eoeapartaeaa. (ermlastUn. r-fwdo-tirtty.
aad aaitoraiity. Tb eor ta a ciuaa
POTATOES Best kaytnc
j tl Pr k,aadred.
I ONION Oreoa. 1.SS to II M per
!kaadred; Aastraiiaa. tl per kaadd
BEEP (Live welshti Steers, be
aa4 i l l; eowa. 1 Sc; bulls. 1 l-Sc
E A Lr Calve brtag from t ta
13c accordtsc to crad.
. MUTTOS Sheep. Sc ao4 3 1 3;
lamba. ic aad Sc.
HOtIS 125 to 14 poaad kocs. lor
aad 11c: 140 to TO poaad. 1(X sad
mn a m m f wb
(Coatiaaad froaa pd I.)
' sirla wore white aad bio frocks n
, becomlag little pi ok boaaou with sil
j r trimmings, tb latter saving bees
maa eapociauy ror ibu occasioa.
' having eiteaded aa Invitation to those
who desired to attend. All were glv
. a a cordial welcome.
Amoag taoa atteadlng tk eier
' 're Mayor-elect O. B. Dimlrk
aad wife. C. J. Bucaaaaa. Mr. and
Mrs. J. Flanocaoe. Mr. aad Mrs. A. M
1 SlnaotL Mlsa Alice SlaaotL Dr. and
; Mrs. C. H. Meissner. Mr. aad Mrs
Mogkeasky. Mrs. Jam Petty and
Among those assisting la donating
to make tk little one bappy on
Christ mas were Mr. aad Mrs. . 11
Dimlrk. Dr. and Mrs. C. II. Meiss
ner. Mr. and Mrs. Jam Petty. Ora-
Ctty Manufacturing Company,
Han tier Brothers. William Andresen.
W . A. Dlmlck. Mlsa Roea MIIW. L
Ona Reaaer. Mlas Os Pratt, Miss Mrr
itl Crosa. Uvy Stlpp. Oregon Cltf Ah-
atract Company. Dr. Lv A. Morris,
Earl Lata. Mr. Dona hoe. J. To bin,
W. Moghnesky, A. Prie. C. O. Miller.
Miss Margaret Brown, Dr. L O. Ice,
U. K. Jones, Wllnam McLarty. Dr.
Nehbraa. Frank T. P. Barlow. E 8
Laraen. H. P. Bright bill, J. E. Be-
ley. Prank Bosch, C. J. Buchanan,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Flnaeane. Mrs. A.
M. Blnnott, of Oregon City: Daugh
ters of Isabella. Eugene; Judge Man
ley. Ladles' Aid Society of Cathedral.
Mrs. J. Huber. W. J. HetSeld. Mrs.
P. J. Klrby. Olds. Wort man A King.
Mlsa Clariesa Wiley, Rer. Father
Daly. Cloeeett A. Devers. Doston Meat
Company. Mrs. 8.' Wlleou. Old Peo
ples' Home. Mrs. McGlnnls, John
Francis, of Ponland.
Misses Maria Bechtam. Teresa
Drrney. Mary Heasiaa and Frada
Koik. of Mllwaukle, members of a so
ciety of the Sacred Heart Catholic
cburrh of that place, were visitors
at tb Baby Home Taeaday afternoon
and brought a Cbrlstmas donation of
clothing, including many pairs of
Tb recreation room, where the
Christmas eierelsee wer held, wsa
beautifully decorated. Caiistmas
bells, festoons of red crepe paper In
termingled wltk evrrreens gave the
room, a most attractive appearance.
Before tk Christmas eierciae a
samptaoas dinner. Including turkey
sad mine pies was disposed of by
tka youngsters. Tb dining room waa
prettily decorated. There ar seven
tytwo children la tb Baby Home,
and all wer glvea a treat to the
feast Many of these children ar of
Protestant families, sad are treated
la the same manner as those of the
Services war held la the chapel
Christmas as follows: C:30 a. m.;
7 and 7:30 o'clock a. m. The chapel
waa prettily decorated wltk festoons
and Ivy and evergreens, whll a
manger contained wag figures of the
babe, Jesus, the Lord and Mary. Tk
ogurw representing Jesus
sentad to tbe Sisters thirty years sgo.
many visitors ssve called at the
chapel to see tbe decorstlons. snd the
artistic design has baea commented
Suecla! services will b
I I -- . II wa
at the rkapel on N Tsar s Day. sad
iTTsTbeea decided b tk Sisters I
retain the decorations aatll afirf tkat
Urn. Rev. ralaee Dc enlclet St
the service oa Ckrtstma Day.
K a CeaHsste.
"Look st nw r eieisimed Reading
lawyer wsrtnlv .."I sever l.h s dr-i
f medUHS t ST llfT-Sd I 4
Stfag as aay twa ef PatlaeU pal
-Well. lhaia aothisg. retortsd s ,
phj.k-lse, "I aar aval la Uw Is !
Ufa sod I'm ss rk-b ss soy two dose i
f yor cllesta pal Ugber."-Lad-
A CASF. 0
Sv LDwlN DAM OKO
CrM t Vr
I was ervsua the big Allsatlc hm1
ta my wsy to W bea
war all Ju-t stusrd. I he atstertwiu
wn lying 4ia and everything
hlggiedy tUt'T. "lcd snuMig a
family wbe ruas lay la the
ste as mine a gin sbvat I a eat. re
ty as a pearh sad oeaiar aa a Quaker
eaa. I kept gvu ae of ""J 10,0 "
room for taeeiprvsi'anxweaf passiog
her. asd every time I did so I bowd she
would at teast gisar st . but she
didn't. The fsaJty had two rouota.
both aotstde One t ! e
pied by a buy f slltee aad aaotber
af t we've.
Tb belt Burning I met the ynung
lady oa d k sad racked my brsius
for aa aM-(hKl af .raping as sc
qualnlsare with ber. bat rouidat think
f say wsy la the wvrtd to Jo It. There
wer peoty of rnsaces. but she blocs
ed every eoe of theoa I dftnl fcoow a
eol oa tte sblp ta latrliM' we. sad
K louked ss If e atwaid rr-U the
areaa together without my sivealag
a word to ter
toe day wbea I Se ker I faertw!
I rwald see tbe fs!ntet susplctu of s
smile e her fs.e Indk-siing Ihst she
knew well eooaga Ihst I wss trying l
Bah her st-)us!ntsac sad she i
giving- n ail lb troabt she rvuid Id
dulng so 'that made me mad
One night I was lylag la my berth
nnaad aalerp wbea t was ewskeaed by
a soft bs ad cli4og mtae
"Feel say better. HonayT asked a
I gave a grant as muck ss t say
gave another negative grant, bat I
didst aHtbd raw my bead Aaaxber
hand ss laid e my forehead, a de
Melons! r soft hatvl
"Toe kstea'l nav fever."
I rupiw-e.! I stMMild ssy something,
bat I tttterwd sever s word. I knew
perfectly weJI what bad beppeeed.
but I didn't rare t Interrapt the pro
ceedings. - The girt, wbua acquaint
sac I kad been trying t form sad
who had beaded m off. was formla
mine wltk a vengeaar I bad beard
ber mother la the eett afsteroom mla
Isterlng to the eldest af ker tw boys,
who seemed to tie 111. am! It was (Ssla
that the dssgbier. Intending la go into '
see htm. kad gat Is my room Instead.
-Well- she said Dually. - dont
a that I ran do anything fr ya.
so I'll leave yo Good night"
he bent dows ssd klaoed m. tbea
If I wss mess enough to let ber do
sil this I ws nt the mas te let set
knew of ker mistake t least Is any
bat s detb-ate wsy I dreamed of
that kiss all night sad Is tb morning
eo wsklng saw oa lb flour a dslnty
kandkerrbief. evidently a womss's
Then I knew I bad tb gam In tut
Bat I waited If sb didn't mention
tb visit to ber brother sb supposed
she bad made blm she would sever
know sb bad railed o me Instead
Wbea she met me sgaln she showed
sot the slightest conariouanesa af her
visit later, while she wss sitting In
s steamer rbslr. I steped up to ber.
raised my bsi deferentially and. bold
lng oat the dslnty bit of linen, said:
Tsrdoo me. but I think Ibis Is your
Tbe look of surprise on ber fare
was a sight to behold She evidently
expected me to tell ber where I found
Itbut I Wel a serunil tttne tower
than tbe first and walked on with
my ooa In tbe air
Tbe tables wer tamed Knowing
of my advantage, though. I sftrrward
Often passed the young lady deferen
1 never noticed ber One day while
sitting on deck she cstne up sod took
a sest not very far from me. I felt
that this wss tbe first step In a resolve
to gratify ber curiosity. Indevd. I sua
peeled from ber manner that she hsd
fa dc led something waa wrong snd may
bsva Interviewed ber brother. Kb sat
near toe fi a long while I waa read
lng and did not move. Presently she
sroae and. coming to where I ws.
stood before me I pretended to It so
absorbed In my book that I did not ss
ber. Kbe spoke, and I stood up at once
"Will you kindly tell m where you
found my bsndkercbief r sb said, red
ss a rose.
"To avoid wounding your sens of
delicacy should bare to lie to you;
tbereror I beg of you to etros me."
That only made ber mr determined
to know, snd sfter sum persuasion I
"The other algbt you got Into tbe
She waa Sot only sew red ss s rose.
bat red ss s lark rose. I knew Ike neit
thing sb would ask was. "Why didn't
joe stop mer so to forests II ber I
I will eiruse th tresnssa If voa
will do me the honor te dlsiiens with
sn Introduction snd permit m lo con
sider myself sn scqualntanr"
Bb seemed te f.lka tbe tresoass rri
of It la earnest snd thought tb pen
slty for ber blunder a rtry light one
I followed ber all ever E a rone nro.
posed to ber In Veulce. we were mar
rled In London asd returned en lbs
same ship that took ss over.
So claimed to consider that I wss
vary good to forgive ber trespass, as I
''"d 1111 " "0 were mar-
'" WD" MK1 mT permlttlsg ber
k,aa thinking I wss bar brother
SPEND MONEY WISELY
Let thdlOuUtniAS Spirit Prevail
bat ramamber tkat atuaey one spent Is ilka tka n m.
past tka null M saver rstaraa. Bat ka)
Tka best am tkat Sanaa eaaauul la tb. isviM-. 1
book a waltsr kow smajl tka
Is life begins from tkat kxir.
lanueooe, aad ludepeadeac.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BM
Wants, For Sale, Etc
WAITED ToarUts aad local people
to ae my colUci o. of arrow-kaads
cwlaa, ladlas jnakaiav. t!d atami
aad turtna of .' aorta Wi buy
or sell la IkIS ! Have wwn good
bargsiaa Is aevoe)kaad furaltwa
aae tla. rotge oaag. Mai
tK SAtJC CeJsr poles, sallabl for
tlevbone and talegrapk p"W
Write C It. Wsrtkae, Orer-S City
Route No. I.
WOOD AND COAL.
0RW.ONCJ.TT WOOD AND fTKL
CO, F. M. Pmhm. Wood and coal
delivered to all parts of tke d'J.
SWtN0 A SPsXALTT. rVa
yuur orders 's Inc $503, Home
B 110 '
rOK RENT room kowse la Glad
stone, oa block frosa car Use, two
lots, fruit. $11 moots. $L r. Car-
tef, Gladstoa. Or.
wna n ' ana i saiui
FARM LOANS Mmtch as Diaatek.
Lawyers. Oregon City. Or,
. n sTBT. Atorer-t Lew. M
' altraeia Piralako
UUa eaaaalae. eetatae setued,
eraJ law kaaissst Over
trSKM A SCIIL'sTJUBU Ataseaeye-et
Law, Da is eh a r aA vahat. was
, Moa la aa saxarta. saake
srtae Rle. Oreesaa Oty.
UltOCR ANO CO'" FACTOR.
Bnfldar aad OeassaJ
waits aae rati
Res. PVmss Masa 11
. It, COOPaJR. pee ne
sad Real sWtaie. Lot as
year flu pas ties wa bey, i
earkaaew. Offlee la th
ajtdg.. OrwsTO Otty, Or see a
CLEANINQ AND PRESSNq
CHICAGO TAILORS sulu made to
order from $10 and a p. Wa also do
rleanlng. pressing and repairing
Tkre doors south of poatoffoe. -
J. ALBA SAG FIR. teacser of wind and
string Instruments, director of band
snd orchestra. VM farnlah mualo
for any orcaaloa. Call st Electric
PIANO TtrNINO If yoo wsnt your
piano thoroughly sad accurately
tuned, st moderate cost, notify
Piano-Tuner st . Electric Hotel
Strongly endorsed by the director
of th Philharmonic, who will
eonally vouch for bis work.
II. TIMMONo. of fllaJsiona. will
TIM Motto, of Gladstone.
conduct auctions snd will call sales
anywhere In Clackamae or sd)oia-
Ing counties on short notice st
AppUosffon for Liquor
Notice Is hereby given, that I will, st
the neit regular meeting of tbe City
Council apply for s license to sell
liquor at my plac of business, 101
Msln street, for a period of three
Notiee of Application for a Peel Hail
Notice Is hereby given, that I will, at
the nett regular meeting of tbe
City Council, apply for a license te
ran and regulate a pool Hall at my
place of bualnesa, 701 Main street,
for a period of thre months.
COX A WARD,
Notice of Application for sTpoof Hill
Notice Is hereby given, that 1 will, st
the neit regular meeting of the
City Council apply for a license to
run and regulate a Pool Hall at my
place of bualnaea, 103 Main street,
for s period of three months,
II. If. SMITH.
Application fee s Liquor
Notice Is hereby given, that I will.
te be smm4 as m smi a were. Swaa
tMMtkea. h a was seen ii ai an ir
law tea war. M aae s sasa. aa
Mrs. IS iaaaai sa ear
ism saass imsi ssr eae aaea
ss a wm an ml wttb ta (M
riaaa.iaJ ms isiltiswr ssr srrees wkaea
arrwrs mai rae m.t i naad sataas was ka
st th nett regular meeting of the
City Council apply for a license to
sell liquor st my place of business.
423 Main street for a period of
iMdeposiu Tke bov a
Its tke Sret kksp U fata:
IH TU1 C0UKTT
r. j. ktstrCV
0W froea t A M
Net is ef
Notice Is kereby given, that am
Ik. kali k.... I .
City ( iHiuril. an.y fur , leel.T
ell Ibtisur ai ay n,r 7"
-Tk PUnat" m Ml,
a period of sis moetha.
la Ike Circuit Court of the tuis .
Oregon pw t'larkamat rovsty.
IWaa HulluweU. PUloilff,
William C IMIoasU. IWeaauL
To William 0, HoUoai a,
Shove named defendant-
la tke same ef the Stats sf rw
ra. yo are hereby rsoaUwt u
, par ssd answer the epUlat Uaj
against you la I he above mui
Court ssd rauae. on ut kefw tb
- day of February. A th 111
sad If you fail so to aasssre
asswer lb platans all) ar k
tk Court for the rrlief prsT4 kf
la ker complaint. kirk i. lUlOa
marriage row eatatlnr hetaara ya,
Sad tk plaintiff ba forever twah
ed. sad tkat tbe piaittilff hat tk
ear, custody and metro af he
minor rklld. atothy
Th's eammties Is served ate pa
by pabllratioa by order af tka Hat
M. a Issatl. fudge of tke Chatty
Court, which order Is dated lh tri
day ef December. A. tl IKI. sal
the date of tk flrst pahbratk a?
this sammoaa I tbe IWh saf af
Bar am her. lilt, aad the last yd
ratio s tk 30th day of Jatavv.
wnriaCK a W1UJAUH.
v HrtlaBs. 0.
Attomers for fUisc
la the Circuit Court of tke lUa sf
Oregoa. for tke Connty ef Oris
William Orloff. "
Te William Ormff. Def-edant;
Is tk same of th gists sf 0r
go yoe sr hereby required s
pear sad ssawer to lbs snojawsl
Bled agalast yo Is the abee
titled suit oa or before Iks Pk eg
of January ISIS, aad If yo 11
aaswer. plaintiff UI take B sstm
against yoe, forever diasolrlai as
bonds of mstrlmaay herelrlorv sW
SOW eitetleg betweea Iks pUMIt
sad yoe. sad for the car sad ns
tody of tke mlsor child. Jasafct
sad for aack other asd ranker re
lief la tke premlaes as Ike easrt
may deem Just aad eqattakl
prayed for ta the eosipUlat tM
Servtc of tkls sannoet H Saw
spoa you by publtcatios Is
auaac of as order of lb Boasts
bl R IV Beat la. Judge of Iks Cats
ty Court, for Clackamas Csasty.
Stale of Oregoa. wade no teak
the $7tb, 11L directing sack as
Ileal loa la tke Ore roe City 1st
prise, once s week for U sseca
sire weeks, tke first aabllcatlos b
leg November Ike Ilk. llt m
the Ust tbe tk day of JiT.
J. T. EUJS.
Attorney fur PUl""
WiriS BIG PORKER
pin By good m
Uari Inlareat was lakes !
guessing contest which ekiesd Ut
la wi.ht at the Parr meat surte-
Each one calling st lbs
allowed to make s gueas oa t.
ed kog tkat was hung In lbs pu'j-
business. The gueasea rus -fifty
pounds te 1J00 P"",-.T!:
hog weighed 437 II pousdA sbsij
number wsa guessed by Osorgs saa
swsy snd Michael Qleason. rJ
sway bought Oleaeosa
porker. Tbe hog wss unusu..., -
for Its age, being only
old. and was raised by
land, of thla city. A tur7
prise given for the one g
nearest correct weight.
CATARACT COMPANY MA$
The Cataract Hose ( 'oropanf "
gave Its snnual ball at BsatM "5
Chrlstmaa sight The bail
attended, and a most "h'fir.
wss had. The music which
nl.had by home talent, was
Tbe general committee "
of Charles nannan.ru. - mr
Frank Hall, and tJ?A
was composed of William Crone r.
Iiti, Otto Millar and Ft"1
Punch waa served lo sbout 100 P
. e a
Hay, Orsln sad Mill rose.
Blus Stsm Fancy
AND MAIN si
II mt Ivf NTH
II eMv. ore.