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ORKdOX CITY KNTKHPIMSK, I'UI I. V. NOVKM WM "Jl. l'.io:
Buckeye Extracts are right.
Monday afternoon Mrs. Bruce C.
Curry entertained the members of the
their friends nt Knnpp'a hull. The
chaperones will be Mr. and Mrs. C.
0. Huntley, Mr. and Mrs. Kranklin T.
Griffith, and Mr. and Mrs. .!. Nelson
Grand Opening at Hub Salium. Sat
urday, November -oth.
Adams Bros, this wool, installed an
expensive National Cash Register. The
machine is a tine one.
If you are looking for bargains In
Millinery call on Miss C. Goldsmith.
"I suffered for months with sore
throat. Kclectrie Oil cured nie in M
hours." M. S. Gist. Hawesviile. Ky.
Jessie Barnes and J. K. Day wore
married at the court house Monday,
County Judge T. F. llyan. otneitaing.
House formerly occupied by Win.
Sheahan for rent for term of years
or for sale. Inquire next door.
Buckeye Witch Hazel Cream at D.
For Sale White Plymouth Rock and
Wyandotte Cockerels, $1.25. J. J.
Crofut, Woodlawn Station. Portland,
Builds up the system, puts pure, rich
blood in the veins: makes men and
women strong and healthy. Burdock
Blood Bitters. At any drug store.
MORTGAGE LOANS JCEGOTAITEP
at lowest rates. Ijitotin-tle's office. Com
mercial Hunk Itulldlng, Oregon City.
j State Superintendent J. II Acker
I man was in the v i t y Tuesday on bis
; way to Portland to meet with a com
nit.! and arrange for the holding of
a series of Farmers' Institutes through
out the state. The last session of the
legislaiure made an appropriation of
$L'u to be expended in defraying the
expenses of holding theso meetings
which will be held under the auspices
of the otlieers of the Corvallis experi
On last Thursday evening Sliiloh j
Corps and Post held a reception for
Mrs. I.ousia Freeman, of Oregon City, i
who was in Nowberg to inspect the ;
work of W. C. It. No. 2S. A most en
joyable time it was. with a bountiful
supply of good things for the inner
man. Music, speeches and mirth fill- j
ed the hours, while harmony hovered :
over all with its w ings of peace. Mary
K. C. Scott. secretary. Nowhorg
You will like Buckeye Extracts.
The union Thanksgiving services
will be held in the Methodist Church
on Thanksgiving Day at 10:45. The
Rev. J. H. Landsborough of the Presby
terian church will preach the sermon.
The themes at the Congregational
Church next Sunday will be at 10:3"
a. m.; "The Expression of the Re
deemed." at 7:30 p. m, "The Com
mandments of the Mightv Dollar."
Rev. E. S. Bollinger, pastor.
Now is the time to get your hat at
reduced price this week at Miss C.
Flora Hafstad, of Milwaukie and
Alexander Benton of Parkplace. were
married at the home of Mrs. William
eon, at Green Point, Wedaesdav after
noon. Rev. E. S. Bollinger, "of the
Congregational church performing the
ceremony in the presence of mutual
Repairing All kinds of repairing
done cheaply at Telford's repair shop,
under Armory Hall. Ammunition for
Frank Newton, the funeral director,
has leased the Welch building on Sev
enth street near the Southern Pacific
passenger depot and will soon remove
his undertaking parlors into the build
ing. J. R. Docherty, the upholsterer,
will occupy a part of the same building.
If you are not now a subscriber to
, the Youth's Companion, subscribe for
that excellent paper together with the
, Enterprise, both papers one year for
E. I.. Harness and Gertrude Cart
were married a few ,i.u ago in Chris
tian county. Missouri. We have not
learned the navies of the people who
made up the bridal party, but we hope
the lady has hitched her wagon to a
star, that she may never have any
t-oubk in holding the reins, and that i
there may be no disposition at any
time on the part of the gentleman to
kick over the traces. -'-Exchange.
I chant, was married Tuesday by'
Mustiee of the Pence. Llvy Stlpp, to
Miss Fannie F. McOanlel, of Falls
View. Judge Stlpp nlso officiated.!
Monday, at the marriage of Mrs. Hat
tie St roup to IV G, White, who owns
the Wiley May place at Cams. The
bride recently came here from the;
East. Rev. A. HlUlebrand. pastor of
the St. Johns Catholic Church, was
the otltciatiiig clergyman, Tuesday, at
the wedding of Miss lo Bingham and
.1 U Maguire.
Ask for liuekeye Vanilla.
The Argonaut for November mi'. '
is a special illustrated llt"rary nun.
her of uiisiial Interest It contain-
numerous interesting reiit-odiu-thm- '
from new hooks, together with por
traits of authors and other ilhislra
'Hons. Besides a number of Interest
;ing reviews of the latest books, ti
contains many features. Jerome Hart
I writes an interesting an instructive
article on Vorostehaguin. the great
Russian artist. Geraldiue Bonner has
an essay tin "Society ami the Novel,"
and there are timely letters on various
j topics Irom London and Purls.
Small farm, also Umber laud near
Oregon City for sale or will trade
for Oregon City property; also small
f inn near town tor rent for rash. Ad
dress, J. L. Swafford. Oregon City.
Dee Wright, of Liberal, who was in
the city this week reports that by a
recent tire a family of Poles residing
on the upper Molalla lost their home
and all of their possessions. The fam
ily, consisting of the parents and ten
children, are destitute and In grent
ueel of food, money, and clothing.
They are sai.l to be deserving people
and any contributions Intended for
their assistance should be left in care
of Peter Nehren at the court house.
ed by the entire community, when be
Knew he would only be missed by the
poker players and crap shooters, f 1.(18;
referring to some gallivant lug female
as au estimable woman whom It was
a pleasure to meet, when n business
man In town would rather nee the dev
il, horns, hoofs and all. than to see
her coming toward them, j.'.u r.v
New supply monthly report cards
jest printed t the Enterprise office.
The attention of Cl.ick.ini.ia county
tcuh'ri is reiprctfully c-i'led to th '
announcement,. O'drrs hy mall, when
iKvomrunied by necessary pom.iye,
will receive prompt attention.
Mi-, cia-a II Waldo, of Mmleay.
i Marlon county, lecturer fir the Slate
'Grange, will meet with Warner Grange
No 117. of New Era. at their meeting
tomorrow. Saturday. November 2511),
'in the afternoon there will be held an
'open meeting when a programme ap
propriate to the Thanksgiving season
will be tendered Mrs. Waldo Is do-,
ing effective work us state deputy In 1
stimulating interest among the mem-'
hers of the subordinate Granges, many
of which are enjoying a substantial In
crease in membership as a result. The ;
usual splendid dinner, for which the I
good women of Winner Grange are
!'. moils, will lie served at the noon
hour This feast In Itself Is worth go
ing several miles to enjoy, tint to say
auvthini; about the literary features
of the entertainment that has been
EXECUTRIX' SALE OF REAL ES
Ilelng a part or the ) ,C, of Fell
of the Wllliitnclte River in the mouth
of it spring branch and formerly In
dicated by a rock mound; running
t hence south 55 degrees West up and
with said branch X chains to a stake;
thence South, .Hid chains to n Yew
stump; (hence Moltlh M degrees West
an. I along the noilh Hue of the tract
of hind formerly owned by Henry C,
Welch .'!::, ::o chains lo a point which
point Is the Southeast corner uf ihe
I'tl.t of land eeliveved by John i
Welch to .1 J Mulloel, by deed record
ed in book "F" page 13, records of
Meeds of .ald Clackamas County;
thence North eight and llfteeu olio
ir.indreilihs chaliM to a point formerly
Indicated by a slake; theme North
S3 degrees East it it t 2(1.75 chains to a
point formerly Indicated by a tall
maple stump; thence North 51 de
grees East I "ai chains tu a point in
the left hank of the Willamette River;
thence up ami with the meander of
suld liver lo the place of beginning,
I'oiitaillllic. ,.133 acres, mole or less.
That the l ! nr. of such sale shall
be ril ,h and I'ml bid i to- Ihe pun-Inn
of the s.ild l'i mI pt'ope.ty shall be made
to me at lb ollii 1 my attorneys,
Hedges A Crltllth. Ill Oregon City,
(I. Alt E MollKY.
Eweiurlx of the eitate ol Parker F,
Mole). I loceaseil
IIEMGES A GRIFFITH.
Attorneys lor Executrix
I First puh November :'. M.in.'ii . .
'Ian. ling.', Be. pr lb; nudlum. Ju,. '
Dried Apple Hun ilili.tl, .
Mi,. pound: sliced, Or; funey
MlKKio'd (,'lilckens 12VtO per Hi
Livestock ntld Mresse,1 Mi,,,!,
iiv rim io $a.r.o p1T inn,,!,,,,, p
live lie; hogi! dressed 7 renin' i
fJ5H lo :t,r,n per head; ilreH,
veal dressed 7 to 7 13.'; liunU 11
nil,,, ' Mi .. 1 1 lit-
IWi th. A ''' KiHfJ Yi'U linn kmnfo
The Percheron Horse Association,
of Springwater. Clackamas County,
has been formed. Xenophon. a 3-year
old black Percheron stallion has been
purchased and his ownership Is shar
ed by the sixteen stockholders of
the organization who are: Wilson &
Zumwalt, A. W. Guynup, V. A. Shaver.
Al. Carey. J. W. Dowty, S. J. Klgglns.
S. C. Huoel. J. C. Duse. J V Fiillnm
W. E. Cromer. W. F. Cromer. W. E.
Shannon. W D. Brown. J. E. La Crov,
F. E. Albright and E. V. Cox.
Grand Opening at Hub Saloon, Sat
urday, November -5th.
A western editor has come to the
conclusion that people who desire
"puffs" in his paper may pay for
them, and established the following
schedule of prices: For telling the
public that a man is a successful citi
zen when everybody knows that he Is
lazy as a mule. $1.74; referring to a
deceased citizen a-s one who Is mourn-
In the matter of th
1 Mor-'V. deceased.
Notice is hereby given that by vlr
t'ie of an order ma !- and entered In
the County Court of the State of Ore
gon for th - County of I'laekamas, on
Co J:M ,'ay of November. M.105. in th-'
matter of the estate of Parker F.
Morey. deceased, that I will on and af
ter Tuesday. th-L'(Hh day of Decem
ber. i;o5. proceed to sell at private
sale, all of the following described
real property belonging to the estate
of Parker F. Morey, deceased, to-wlt::
Being a part of the I); ,.C. of Felix
A. Collard and wife In Township t.
South of Range 1 East of Willamette
Meridian in Clackamas County. State
of Oregon, ami described as follows,
OREGON CITY MARKET REPORT,
U'twiil No I. IT, tn Tfi n-r himtn'l
FI1-11 Vnll- v . I! f.- per 1,1,1, limit
wheat I S5. Portland. II 05 per suck.
How mi it's Met. $1 '.'& per suck.
O.llM In Mi kl tl l'i I'"' Cellini
Hay-Tlnii.itn. Imh-tl 111 un)fH 1 - -r
t-'tl; cliivil f'l; Mill. I '.100. Itllxnl huv l'i
cheat. $S fill.
Mlllstuffs Bran $20 per ton; shorts
per ton: chop $15 per ton: barley
rolled $21.50 per ton.
Potatoes 65!(7!ir per hundred.
EggsOregon 32'ic to 35c per do,
market m runic
Hotter Hunch, 46 to 19 nepaistor 60
to 05; rrrnmery, i',6 to "0.
Riitabegas, Carrots. Turnips, Par
snips and lloets CO cents per sack,
GihxI Apples choice $100,
Hunoy 11 to UViC per pound
lrune ( dried 1'etltr. le per lb; IcaJ-
! Nov, '.'ii,-- All of those Mirk
1 typhoid fever have MUlIlclenlly rJ'.
uri'd as to be ill, out iineo more
School commenced Monday 1.. .
Ilil-'l No, 75, with Mr. Fi-d Will ,
, teacher 1
William Hubert, who has he,,,,
In eastern Oregon for some illl(, (
w ith us once more, presiin,,,!,!,' .
spend the Winter here. '
Mist Oru Wilcox, who lllK
Inline during the sickness (,f li-r fsni
ly. resumed her old work In ore.,,!
Mr A Parrett bus dlspimcl f n)1
of his personal effect un.l lnt,,Cii
leaving us s-Min
Harry Gray recently punlmicl ,
Mr. Juincs Fn I la m. w ,() (,
doing jury work, in home once Ulw,
Mr Got'elb Schneider.
I u "'rli In a Portland hoH,ii,, flit!,
bonie hist 'iVe-ltiesilay
Work mi the Fisher Mill rimd ,
progi t ting slow ly
Ml V M Klrclii-m wlm hu U
living 11 nomadic life t. ,,, M).Vlri'
Veins hiM concluded to Kettle Jul'
j nud run his farm.
Mr. Ilonney recently put a phone Ii
for Geo. (illl.
Mr Fred Runt wan recently vUHlm
' old friend here, before It'll V ing fo
flwrnu Hind t'iii Han um
Watches that others have failed to ,
make run properly especially solicited
by R. F. Caufield. watchmaker and
jeweler, opposite Huntley Eros.. Main
street, Oregon City. All work guaranteed.
Houses to rent. See J. A Moehnke.
Miss Bertha L. Kay. an accomplish
ed elocutionist of Portland, assisted
by local talent, will give a recital at
the First Baptist Church tonight. In
addition to numbers by Miss Kay, the
programme includes an instrumental
solo by Miss Benson and a vocal solo
by Mrs. R. C. Ganong.
There has been called by the farm
ers of the Shubel neighltorhood a meet
ing to be held next week to consider
the fasibility of installing a small
electric light plant. It is estimated
by those at whose instance the con
ference has been called that this serv
ice can be enjoyed by from 100 to 150
farmers in the district to be served at
nominal cost. There is an abundance
of water power available from the
headwaters of the Abernathy. Buck
ner and Rock Creeks and the project
Is favorably thought of.
GREAT MONEY SAVING
Have you tried Buckeye Extracts?
Marriage licenses have been grant
ed by County Clerk Greenman as fol
lows: Edith A. Blair and Chas. H.
Albright: Vernie Blair and Thos. Fay;
Daisy Fiedman and Jas. Hays; Hattie
Stroup and D. G. White: Jessie Barnes
and .1. E. Day; Mrs. Bella Arnold and
j Thos. P. Randall. Oregon City's gen
ial postmaster, has the haimv faenltv
,of usually landing whatever" he goes
j after, in the final count of votes in!
I the Telegram's contest which closed j
j last Saturday, it was found that Mr
and Mrs. Randall had won a honsp an,! 1
lot in Portland the hrst prize by
a margin of liiii.fioii votes. Mr. am? '
Mrs. Randall have been busy this j
week receiving congratulations on j
their good luck.
For Sale Two lots together. 93 ft.
by liiu feet, with 4-room house and j
basement. Good hay and cow barn. I
Corner of 7th street and Molalla road, !
Oregon City. Price $1,000. See Robt.
Kelland. Oregon City. t2
Wc will Save you
Something on Every
A Sale that ottets
Decisive Cat in Prices If Prices are an Object, buy daring this
GREAT MONEY SAVING SALE
Radical Reductions Made in Each and Every Department
Grand Opening at Hub Saloon. Sat
urday. November 25th.
The Ladies' Aid of the German Luth
eran Church will hold a Christmas
Bazaar of fancy and useful articles.
Lunch will also be served at nixtn and
evening. December 12th, at Knapp's
store. 1 0th and Main streets. This is
a chance to do your Christmas shop
ping. A box social will also be held.
In the game of football at Seattle
last Saturday between the I'niversity
of Oregon and the I'niversity of
Washington, Jack Latourette. of this
city, the plucky captain of the Oregon
team suffered a badly sprained ankle.
Jack expects the injurv to recover
j sufficiently to permit him to direct his
team at the annual contest with Mult
nomah at Portland Thanksgiving Day.
This game promises to rival in Inter
est any other game ever played on
the coast. The Seattle game resulted
in a score of 12 for each team.
Men's $20 Suits Now $17.75
Men's $18 Suits Now $15.95
Men's $15 Suits Now $12.85
Men's $12 Suits Now $9.85
Men's $10 Suits Now $7.85
Men's Natural Wool Half Hose JA
at the Remarkably low price of lUC
Men's President Suspenders ft
special at jyC
Men's Jersey Overshirts, fleece -n
back, now on sale at 5UC
Boy's $15 Suits Now $12.85
Boy's $12 Suits Now $9.85
Boy's $10 Suits Now $7.85
Boy's $8.50 Suits Now $6.85
Boy's $7.50 Suits Now $5.75
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES
Misses' Box Calt Shoes, Sizes 12 to 2 at low
R. L. Holman, leading undertaker.
Next to Harris' grocery store, Oregon
Tin,- annual Thanksgiving market or
the Congregational Church will be
held in the basement of the church on
Tuesday afternoon foeore Thanks
giving Day, beginning at 1 : ::o. There
will be a larger variety of dainties
and in greater quantity for the occa
sion than ever before. Everything for
the national dinner except the turkey.
Dr. L. L. Pickens has returned from
Chicago, where he has been taking a
post graduate course in the Haskell
and Chicago post graduate dental col
lege and has reopened his office in
the Weinhard Building (opposite the
court house,) with all the new ann
up-to-date methods and apparatus in
use in the large cities of the East.
New supply of monthly report cards
just printed at the Enterprise office. '
The attention of the Clackamas coun
ty teachers is respectfully called to
this announcement.. Orders by mail, :
when accompanied by necessary post- '
age, will receive prompt attention.
I Supreme Justice. C. E. Wolverton, !
j of the Oregon Supreme Court, has j
! been appointed by President Koose
1 velt to succeed tthe late Judge Hellin
j er as I'nited States District Judge'
for Oregon. Thomas C. Hailey, of,
Pendleton has been appointed to sue- ;
j ceed Judge Wolverton on t he State j
I Supreme bench. Mr. Hailey will serve
! until the expiratloi of Judge Wolver-!
ton's term. January 1. IO117. The elec-
if ion of a sucessor to Judge Wolverton j
I will take place in June, lflntl. 1
Child's Kangaroo Calf Shoes, $1.25 values on
sale for V)C
Women's, Blucher Cut, Vici Kid, lace, pair 1.35
Money to loan on Farms. Land Titles
examined. Dlmlck S. Dlmlck, Lawyers,
Oregon City, Oregon...
F. Newton, of Oregon City, has the
only first-class undertaking pirlor and
hearse In Clackamas county,
through that land.
Reed & Fox. of Hood River, having
purchased the fixtures in the Hub
Saloon, have re-opened that resort.
The new proprietors are experienced
in their business and propose to make
of the Hub a first-class resort and
merit the best trade in the city. A
formal opening, to which the public
is invited, will be held tomorrow evening.
Every hat at reduced price this
week at Miss C. Goldsmith's.
"The Gypsies," a social club re
cently organized among the young
women of this city, has issued invita
tions for tomorrow evening when the
members will informally entertain
I At a mass meeting of the citizens
i of Milwaukie Wednesday night, the
action of the Portland authorities was
denounced and the following municipal
j ticket, all favorable to the club-house,
I was named: Couneilmen O. M. Mat
j thews. Philip Streib and George Hive
ly: Recorder, N. Cooper: Treasurer,
Fred W. Layman: Marshal. Arthur
j Dowling. Mayor William Shindler and
; Councilman Arthur Webster hold over
'another year. The meeting favored a
:i -mill tax levy for next year. Anothet
! ticket wiil probably not he nominated.
GREAT BARGAINS IN DRESS GOODS
52 inch, Ladies Cloth, during this sale, per. yard 53C
36 inch, all wool, Albatross at Special price of
40 inch, all wool, Graite Cloth, in black only,
special, per yard
38 inch, all wool, Cheviots, splendid values at
our regular low price of 50c per yard, Special
during sale, per yard
Special offering in Ladies' Stylish Raincoats
Tan or Olive, collarless, finished with belt, -this
season style on sale at low price of 0.y5
10- 4 Oregon Gray Blankets, Good Quality, and n c
1 1- 4 Heavy Weight at big reduction 3.35
LADIES AND CHILDREN'S WEAR
Child's and Misses Knit Underwear, good win
ter weight-you can make a great saving,
price, per garment
New Flannelette Wrappers, made of fleeced
material, yoke trimmed with braid and ruffled. '
tor this sale reduced in price, now offered at
88C, $1.08, $1.33
Women's Outing Flannell Gowns, medium weight,
50c Values for 42C $1.00 Values for 88C
75c Values for 63C $1.25 Values for $1 .05
Low Prices that Mean Something
Grand Opening at Huh Saloon, Sat
: unlay. November 2.1th.
.1. H. Wassom, a main street' mer-