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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1908.
EDITED BY OREGON CITY WOMAN'S CLUB.
t lint will agree to lny Its wires In con
sults under tho 8 1 root a,
With the month of June comes the
roses which ore as fine as can be grow
In any Btate of tho union. That pi
oneer, the Mission rose while not equ
al to the so called "Oregon Rose" Car
oline Testrut In her gorgeous beauty,
far excels It in fragrance. Her dainty
modest flowers were held very dear by
our Pioneers. By some the Mission
rose is held to be the ancestor of the
finest ever blooming roses we now
The rose is called the Queen of
flowers, no other flower presents as
many varied charactiristics as this
When Portland wanted a spring
festival she showed her wisdifm by
naming it a Rose Carnival; no other
name would have been as attractive
to all classes of people.
The person who has a tiny lawn
can have as beautiful roses as the ne
ighbor who lives in a palace.
Love of flowers is probably the most
universal love that exists.
The Clackamas County Rose and
Carnation Society, composed mostly
of women, is doing much to encour
age the cultivation of roses. Reports
from all partsof the county show that
roses and other flowers are being cul
tivated, where no attention has
paid in former years.
I mutilate shade trees along our streets
and public highways. People who
have pride In their towns, pride In
their homes, set out trees along their
sidewalks; In many cases these have
been growing for years, tenderly nur
tured and cared for until they are a
pleasure alike to the owner and every
pedestrian who finds comfort beneath
their shade. Then comes an electric
company, gets a franchise to run its
lines along certain streets, which in
Its estimation conveys the right to
carry destruction with it, and Its tree
butchers are set to work destroying j
trees which have taken years to grow, j
anil If nnv tirotest Is made hv tho own- I
oi- hti t frnnnmitlv Mint with loprs iinil ' and
V. . ..j . i v v... . . ..- J - - .
Insults from the paid agents of a cor
poratiou which owes its existence to
the people. Vnder our laws no indi
vidual has authority to cut down or
Flowers In the Kitchen.
1 wonder if many tired housekeep-
' ors know what a restful calming In
1 fluonco comes from a bouquet of fresh
flowers placed In the kitchen window.
Not long since I gathered a bunch of
bright hued Nasturtiums and set
them In tho window facing the east,
over tho sink. Their lovely faxes
looking Into mine, made tho morning
hours slip by, freighted though they
were with cumbering duties unheed
ed. Of course all housekeepers do not
work In tho kitchen themselves, but
even for servants would it not bo
wlso measure to put Into their lives
a simple uplift such as this?
A meeting of tho Woman's Club was
held Wednesday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Hruco Zumwult. Tho
afternoon was devoted to tho discus
skm of the department work for next
year. There was a large attendance
great interest shown in this
branch of tho club work. The Club
voted to hold its annual meeting next
week Instead of the fourth Wednes
day of June, due notice of which will
O. IV Taylor to K, Ferdinand Stein
holT 112 acres In Socs. 20 and 35. T
:is. iuw; :"jro.
The Oregon Iron & Steel Co., to
Frank Chllila 10 acres In Sec. 20. T
2S. UIK; $1.
Fred S. Morris to Uuls M. Atchln
son a right of way; $1.
Ole Mlkkelson to Kdward Flatnn
a certain tract of land lu Sec. 15, T2
h, mtt; wm.
Olo MiKkelson to Oust Finger 10
acres in See 15, T2S. R413; r.80.
Kdward Flnton to Ida Miller NU
of SW 1-4 of SK 1-4 of Sec. 15, T2S,
It IK; $S00.
Ida U. Mcintosh to J, A. Talbert .
undivided Interest In lot No. 1, blk.
No. 4. and lot No. 2 In block 7 in
Paul J. Talbort to J. A. Talbert
certain lots lu Marshtlold; $10,
Florence Urooka et ux to J. A. Tal
bert certain lots in Marshlleld; $20.
Harry E. nratnhall to J. T. Llsty
80 acres In Sec. 32, T1S. U5H; $S00.
(5o. A. Steel to J. W. Ilramhall
40 acres In Sec. .'12. T1S. KB IS: 11.
n. a. lioige
1. TOS, HI IS
mutilate any shade tree growing i UL Gien lniei.
along the highway, even though that
tree was planted by himself and grows 1 llln ' to take something
In front of his own residence. To be take It promptly for the stomach, but
within tho letter of the law he must take something you know Is reliable
obtain the consent of tho street super-; something like Kodol. For Wspep
intendent nr the road overseer hefore ' sla nl Indigestion. Kodol Is pleas-
he can even prune his own trees. Yet ! n,,t t0 take- 11 la reliable and Is guar-
these electrical vandals are permitted
to hack and destroy trees before any
man's property, where they choose to
been j run their lines, and he has no redress.
It is sincerely to be hoped that a long-
anteed to give relief.
Howell & Jones.
It Is sold by
Last year the Rose and Strawberrv suffering nubile will yet awaken to Its
exhibit was largely attended and much i rights tn this matter and compel these
interest taken. This year the exhibit corporations to respect them.
will be more complete and it Is expect- a Justice in a New York City court
ed that the results Will be seen In reoentlv fined two flrma nf rontrartors I
the hundreds of roses that will be
planted this fall, next week we hope
to take up the wild flowers.
Pansies require a rich, heavy soil
with plenty of moisture, and a situa
tion not too sunny or too shady, but
just about as much of one as the oth
er. In a situation like this they do
their best, and are a glory all the year
even, sometimes showing their .faces
above the snow. They require to be
cut freely, and are beautiful arranged
In shallow dishes, unmixed with green
or other flowers. Seeds should be
sown every other year, as the old
plants live only two years.
Protect Shade Trees.
There is rank injustice as well as
shortsightedness in the manner in
which telegraph, electric light and
telephone companies are allowed to
P. I. Packard to L. M. Hlack lots
and 9 in block 8, in Robertson; $430.
Ralph W. Elmer to Joshua Elmer
who were charged with destroying lots 8 and 9, of Sec. 20, and NV 1-4
and damaging trees while engaged in ; and EH of NW 1-4 of Sec. 29 in T4S,
laying water mains. They had bothjRSE; $425.
placed hoisting engines where the; F. F. Johnson to S. S. C. nernstoln
smoke and heat scorched the branch
es. In a New England town at about
the same time two Italians were sent
1.03 in Sec. 2. T2S, R1E; $1000.
Francis M. Shaver to Lydla Hoeh
ensteln a certain tract of laud in
to the county jail for injuring a row! Claim No. 45; $1.
of freshly planted shade trees on a
Perhaps from these small beginnings
there may sweep over the country a
movement for the better protection of
our municipal shade trees. The time
may come when telephone, telegraph
end electric lighting companies will
be denied the right to mangle the
R. Scott to Theo. Zanders lots 6
and 7 In block 3, Lewelllng Park,
R. Scott to D. Zanders lot 5 in blk.
3, Lewelllng Park, Milwaukee; $1100.
Joseph Bachman et al to P. J.
Morltz 89 acres in Sec. 12, T 2 S,
R 2E; $40.
Joseph Trulllnger to L. W. Wlltse
t:ces whose tops interfere with the 1 9 acres in section No. 20. T4S, R2E;
t.- t.o a i. .v i v . Burkhardt to Ben Rosennu Ave
f 2 Z ?dTe.rtf,8e thelr be,au y acres in Sec. 2. T2S, R2E: $000.
Minimi i T ,maLaKWMelJ' O. C. Yocum to C. E. Miller-lot 3
m th f fP 1 StockbrIdge,lln b,ock 12 Town f p JS0
h . lit? " refUS'Dg t0 hav? el,ectri? ! City of Estacada to Johnson-lot 8
uulu wuiiiaii, tan luuuu i In block 7 of Estacada;
Martha E. Price to Thos Gallagher
! ler to'cVaVeVder-a co,
famous little liver pills, are sold by tal"
"""v" il. C; $2500.
land In Ezra Fisher D.
i Studio I
laKing steps to further our own
as well, we accompolish this object J
by giving you full value of your money i
No matter where you. may direct !
your footsteps for Coffee, we doubt I
if you'll be able to get anything nearj
as good as our "Puri-tan-ated" brand
Coffee in lib. tins 45c.
8th and Main Streets I
920 MAIN STREET
Miss Edith Cheney has opened
her Photographic Studio, and is
doing very artistic photo work.
All Styles and
Henry Gerhardus to August Ger
hardus 157.40 acres; $1500.
J. R. Shaver to E. F. Riley lot 2
j in block E, of Clackamas Heights;
I E. F. Riley to Jno. W. Lo.Ier lot
I 1 in KlnrL- V. In riiicLnm'io 1 1 i.l, I a
: Franklin T. Grlfllth et al to J. Col
2 ! by 10 acres in Pruneland; $2000.
I David Jones et ux to Richard Grit-
i filths 20 acres In Sec. 2, T2S, R2E;
I Chas. Lucke to S. W. Upton 40
J ; acres in See. 4, T4S, R1E; $1000.
C. A. McMillan to Grace E. Loder
, lots 14 and 15 of block No. 3 of Wes
2 lyn; $1.
' George G ruber to E. O. Wecklund
EH of Lot No. 2 in Block No. 0 in
2 ' Marshfleld; $750.
I Clackamas County to Jno. W. Ixder
2 lot 2. Mock E, Suiidivi'-ion of Clack-
I amas Heights; $2.17.
W. H. Zioney to Joseph Zioney
2 j HO acres in S.'C 21. T2S, R1E; $1400.
i Kate Domisse to Marv Baker 5.90
acrs in Sec. 5, T2S, R2E; $3200.
i Gilbert Jonsrud to August StucKi
40 acrc-H in Sue. 15, T2S. H4E: J1100.
J. Philip Shannon to John Kigglns
20 acres In Sec. 4, T4S, HIE; $1.
.josepn zioney to W. II. Zioney
, 130 acres in Sec 21, T2S, R1E; $2800.
, S. H. Surfus et ux to Bertha Stir
. fus; $2500.
! Thos. Daniel to J. L. Kline 53.88
acres In Worsham D. L. C. ; $21 55.20.
Jostiph James to John L. Kline,
I 53.88 acres in Worsham D. L. C T3S
; Ann James et ux to John L. Kline
i 53.88 acres, Worsham D. L. C. T3S
I Levi Hostetler to Levi Hosteller,
Jr., 75 acres in Sec. 32. T4S rnrc'
Henry Ilelgerson to
son 22 acres In Sec.
Mary Mailer et ux to H. M. Howell
30 acres In See. 27, T2S, R2E; $10,
K. P. Elliott to Oregon Swedish Col
onlzatlon Co. SO acres Sec. 8, T5S
1(3 E; $750.
ceorge Muutr, to Oregon Swedish
Colonlnatlon Co. WH of SU 1-4 and
L'u or SW 1-4 of Sec. 10, TBS, H3E
. Knight to L. A. Hair certain
piece of Und in Cauby; $75.
Adolf Hugel to U E. Rice 40 acres
In Sec. 21. TOS. H2E: $000.
i. M. Fritz to E. Everson 2.01
acres In Ulsley; $1000.
Julia F. Standings to Fred Schafe
10 acres In Sec. 12. T5S, H2E; $400
it. . Hoyt to Emma Edmlston
l.i 1 acres In Ezra Fisher D. L. C, T2S,
u. hlto to il. Eccles lot 4 In block
23 In Canby; $1.
F. I. Herdllska et ux to May Zum-
wait lot 10 of block 30 lu Oswego;
w. it. Ellis to Amelia Duncan 5.09
acres of Causey'a Subdivision Tract;
C. Whitson to Tho Waverly Assn
or romand lot 4 in block 30 in
W. A. Wilcox to S. N. Klliroro-
81.88 acres In Sections 8 and 17, T4S,
George W. Yergen et al to Clacka
mas County a strip of land 40 feet
wido in jesBo V. lloono D. L. C; $1.
Leila Brown to L. G. Peterson a
certain tract of land In Sec. 22. T2S.
Gwngo A. Harding, trustee, to Goo.
B. Ackley 14.04 acres In sections 21
and 28. T2S, R2E; $842.40.
W. W. Everhart to Rex V. Stubhs
lot 4 in block 2 in Everhart's first
Add. to Molallu; $110.
J. II. Colt to Georgo S. Lewis Lots
C and 27 In Orchard Home; $1800.
D. A. Bowen to II. E. Helneman et
ux 140 acres in Sec. 32, T2S, R2E'
C. A. Coepwlll to B. I Hagemann
13.77 acres In Lot Whltcomb I). L. C.
Tho Kind You Have Always Dought, and which hn been
iu uo lor over 30 yearn, lias borno tho nltrnaturo of
nnd has beenmado uiulcr hln per-
Mnnii.1 antiArvlyl.iti Iiw.a li Ifirutiv.
vugra 7. ..nil, ,
Allow llrt nilA tiwliwnlvn von In
All Counterfeit, Imitations and JiiNt-aN-irMd" aro but
KxpcrlineiitM that trill with and ciiriaiijrer tho health of
Infant and Chlldron-Kiiorlouoo nguliiht lOxiwrliiient.
What is CASTORIA
Cantorlu In a liarmleNs KtibNtltiito for Cantor Oil, Pnro
irorle, lroiH and Hoothlnjc fiyrupH. It Is Pleasant. It
conUUns neither OpUini, Morphlno nor other Kareotlo
nubManeo. Its nfo is Its (riiuranteo. It destroys Worms
nnd allays Feverish iichh. It cures Dlarrluea and Wind
Colic. It relievos Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho
Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
Tho Children's 1'auacca Tho Alother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Boars tho Signaturo of
The Kind You to Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TMf OIMT.U IHNH, TT MM THIIT, Mlw rTT.
W. H. NELSON, Blacksmith
Wagon and Carriage Maker Horse Shoeing A Specialty
Opposite Frank Busch phoxk m Oregon Cltv. Oreiron
D. C. LATOURETTE President.
K. J. MEYEIl. CashUr
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of OREGON CITY, OREGON
Transacts a General Banking Buiineti.
Open from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M.
CLACKAMAS ABSTRACT A TRUST
Land Titles Examined.
Abstracts of Title Made.
Offlce orer Hank of Oregon City.
JOHN P. eLARK. Mgr.
MUCH CONCERN IS FELT.
Ordinary Methods for Treating Catarrh
Written statistics Unit show an In
crease In catarrh have shaken con
fidence In t ho usual prescriptions to
safeguard human health from the rav
8K'H of this (Unease.
When stomach dosliiR was proven
Ineffective It was natural to look for
some other treatment, und It Is be
lieved that In Ilyoinel an absolute
cure for all catarrhal troubles has at
last been found. Inhaled with the air
you breathe, its healliiR medication
reaches every part of the nose and
throat, and soothes the Irritated mu
cous membrane ho thnt relief Is al
most Instant, while lasting euro Is
practically suro to follow.
The complete Hyomel outfit cohU
but $1.00, and Is sold by Huntley Uros.
Co., under an absolute guarantee to
refund tho money If R does not give
j Pioneer Transfer Express&StorageCo.
Furniture, Pianos and Machinery
moved by experienced men :: :
Sand and gravel in any quantity de
livered on short notice. Try us once
and you will be sure to come again.
Phone Main 22
Office in Postoffice Bldg.
i Thos. Daniel and Margaret Daniel
! to John h. Kline 5 acres In Sec 22
IT.'IS, R2E; $200.
I Fred J. Meyer et ux to Chas. H
! Miller certain piece of land li Ore
jgon City; $1.
J. M. Hrown to R. V. Brown 14 1-4
(acres, Sec. 33, T3S, R4E; $1000.
Percheron Stallion Ggusfo
win mQKe me season as
Tuesdays-Logan, Henry Babler's
Wednesdays-Estacada, Mowows Bam
Thursdays-Viola, W, Ward's
Ffidays-SpHngwater, C L.Bard's.
Terms $ J 0. Single leap; $15. for sea
son; $20. to insure with foal. Owned by
H. M. Mullen. Managed by C. L. Bard,
Elvs Cream Balm
Sure to Clvo Satisfaction.
OIVC8 RELIEF AT ONCE.
It clean, noothiw, heals and protects the
diei inembriiue rranlting from Catarrh
and drirw away a Cold in the Head quickly
Rwtores the Bennw of Taste and Smell.'
Eay to n. Contains no iniurious drnwi
Applied into the nostrils and absorb
Vegetables, Fruits, Etc.
I'OTATOES 50fj,70 per 100; Los
Angeles cabbago 2c lb; rutabagas, lc
id; rresn onions, 40c per doz. Lunches
uorsorauiHii, rc 10; yellow wax
beans, 10c lb.; gooseberries, COc pe
gallon; California cauliflower, $1,.25
iioh.; uanrornia onions .uo sack
Walla Walla Asparagus, 7c lb; Call
fornla strawberries, $1.35 crato.
CELERY $1.00 doz.; hot house let
tuco $1.00 4 doz bunches.
GREEN PEAS Gc lb.
GREEN BEANS 11c lb.
PARSNIPS lc lb.
RUTABAGAS 75c sack.
KJtAUT 20c to 25c gallon.
POPCORN Shelled, 4c to
' Butter and Egtis.
BUTTER Ranch, ZStyWc;
ery, 45fi55c roll. .
EGGS 17 V4c per doz.
HONEY 12c U 14c frame.
HONEY Strained, 7c to 9c lb.
GOOSEBERRIES 45c gal.
DRIED APPLES Quartered, sun
dried, 7c8c; evaporated, 8c9c;
evaporatod and bleached, 9c10c;
prunes, 4Cc; silver prunes, 6c to
C'2c; pears, 11 to 12c.
Grain, Flour and Feed.
OATS No. 1, white $2526; $1.30
FLOUR Pat. hard wheat $4.80;
valley flour, $4.40; graham, $3.75
$4.25; whole wheat, $175$4.25
MILLSTUFFS Bran, $27.00; mid
dlings, $32; shorts $29.00; dairy chop,
Careful of Your Property
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in the Baggage and Transfer Business
Safes, Pianos and Furnitue Moving
Williams Bros. Transfer Co.
Phones, Office 1121, Residence 1833 525 Main Street
The wonderful speed attained by UNDERWOOD
operators is not alone due to the freedom of action
and ease of manipulation of the machine.
The Visibility, Tabulation, and Durability help
mightily to accelerate the speed of the UNDER
Underwood Typewriter Company, Inc.
68 Sixth Street Portland, Oregon.
t f, . .v -iwiuou, .yu iio nay, xis.
Lerge Sjze, 50 cenU at Dmreists or 1t ija vv.'iiL
ELY BKnTUrnc o ui u . i'Wio; ciover, jii.du; cneat, $14;
tLf BROTHERS, ,8 Wsrrss St.. Nsw York, grain $13$15.
STEERS $4.C0 $5.00.
HEIFERS $4. 00 (ft $4.50;
DUCKS Live, 1718c.
OLD HENS 12c per lb; young
roosters 11c; old roosters, 9c; mixed
chlckona 11c; spring chickens (frys)
llc12c lb.; turkeys, fancy, ldc17c.
FRESH MEATS Hogs, 78e per
lb.; veal 78c; Mutton, 8c; lams
HAMS BACON 18c.