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OUIWOX CITY KXTEKTRISR DAY. 1K(T,M UKK :t, 1!)0!.
THE MOST DEPENDABLE
to be procured in Oregon
City is sold by the
Oregon City Shoe Store
JUSTIN S. LAGESON, Sole Proprietor
Every Pair Carries a
Our Bargain Counter
We have a lot of Ladies' Shoes
in sizes from 2 to 4' that we are
closing out at
Small sizes but Classy Styles.
You may have a small foot or a
girl at home who can wear a pair.
New and stylish line of
The well known Tilt & Packard
NOTES OF THE CITY SCHOOLS
Parents are urged to report rases
j of tlltioss of pupils, nliii tiro obliged to
I remain away trout school eight half
, days, to tln otlleo of tin superintend
cut of schools. It frequently happens
that teachers liiiittliv diligently con
: ceiultig pupils' nlseneo ami are un
able to obtain any rell.ililo Informs-
1 1 lion. The case Is reported anil the
truant officer required to Investigate.
! This procedure Is demanded by law
ami Its purpose is to aid In tho efforts
; to educate every rlillil within the com
monwealth. Ilowevvr co-operation of
parents With the Kinierliiieii.t.itii mi. I
' ! teiteh.ir )v isnuti-f I it . ..I......
11 e''""n i -o i tiitavmv
before I he case Is conslileroit truancv
I would generally save the expense ami
what is oftlntes consl,ereil humllla-
Hon of the truancy Investigation. 11
Is the plain iluty of parents to eop-
ernte with the schools to the extent
i of reporting absences before the tru
ancy department must make Investl
I Ration; but If they will not alii in this
; matter they should not abuse those
I who are under obligation to do their
i full duty.
The spelling contest between the
seventh and eighth (trades at the liar
clay and Kasthnui schools Is very on
tltusliiitlc. Tho second of the sl con
tests In the series was won by the
Kastham grade. The score sIihhI. Kast
ham S.7: Uarclay. S7.0T.
The feature of last week's assembly
was nr. Ileatle's talk on ";i'hc fare of
I lie Teeth." l-'rmn this speech we, the
High School, learned a great many In
teresting and necessary things, lie
told with great Interest, bow much
care should be taken of them front In
fancy why they should not be neglect
ed until It Is Iihi late, as tbe majority
of people do. Tome again, llr. llentle.
Several transfers of pupils from tho
fourth crude Kastham sclnxl to the
Uarclay were made necessary this
week owing to the overcrowded con
dit ion In the former grade. For the
same reason several more pupils wen'
transferee from the second grade at
the Uarclay to the same grade at the
The grades of the Kastham tint
narciay nuutting are now tailing up
tbe study of Miles Staudlslt, while the
Sth grades are taking Irving' Sketch
Hook. They, the 7th and Sth grades
tiesntes me lllgli scool, are taking a
great deal of active Interest In the
coming election which will take place
next Monday in the school. The High
School candidates are: Hanoi Toote,
Alex lloweu ami Henry Heard for
mayor; Mae Smith and John Mtilkey
for councilman and Marlon Monev and
Ityron Moore for treasurer.
The High School play given last
Wednesday night. November SI, was
a great success. The characters train
ed by Mrs. Theodore t'lark., did their
parts very creditably.
Wllsonvllle housewives, who cannot
get away from home will be pleased
to learn that the enterprising firm of
' Peters. & Aden are getting In an un
usually large stock of Christmas goods,
and that some selected gifts In silver
ware will be Included In the holiday
stock, making their display the best
I There would bo a greated Incen
tive fur the village scribe to send
I items to our count paper If more peo
j pie would subscribe for the "Kilter
I prise". Kveryone should take some
j county paper, and why not take the
j one In which our village Items appear
every week? Charles Illder.has been
j appointed the agent to receive sub
scriptions here, and we hope a long
j list of names will roll In to Charlie
i rieht away, thereby showing a Just
, appreciation of our being represented
; In a good, newsy paper at the count
ELECTROTH ERAPTH Y
. AND NATUROPATHY.
Or. Vladimir Jlndra. nutureo
path from lCurnpe. and a spe
cialist for chronic diseases,
can be found In the .Masonic
lliilldlng. where lie has the lat
est Improved electric nppllanc
Vs and gives successful treat
ment. He has practiced In
KuroH and America, where he
lias met Willi great success.
Office hours are 1 to fi, - to S
P. M.: Sunday. in to 12. p.
elflc I'lionv Main 112; Home
Phone, 21! ; residence phone,
Home 11 2;iti.
,J ,4- .. ,,S ,S ,
Oregon City Shoe Store
Main Street opp. Postoffice
Allison Baker went to Oregon City
M. Criswell and Jake Peters return
ed from Portland Monday.
Mrs. Marion Young spent a few
days in Portland last week.
The Brobst family spent Thanks
giving in Portland, with Mrs. Clut
ter. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Baker have re
turned to their home In St John.
Frances Lawrence came to Wllson
vllle on Wednesday to spend Thanks
giving with his mother.
Norman Say went to Portland and
Oregon City Monday.
Harry Tompkins, of Woodburn has
been visiting the Smith family.
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Epler is slowly improving.
Prof, and Mrs. Graham and family.
of Portland, spent spent Thanksgiving
with their relatives near our village.
The Ladies Aid Society has been
very busy, and has met with Mrs.
White and Mrs. Butson recently to
Mr. McKinney is still having to
treat all around on account of that
baby girl arriving at his home last
Now that Wilsonville has a good the
doctor people are beginning to wish
we had a dentist also.
The farmers wish the rain would .
cease long enough to allow their get-1
ling puiames uug.
are In good condition there Is always
something to be thankful for.
Joel Thornton, our rustling bank
official, spent Saturday In Portland.
Mr. Frank Seely and son. Sherman,
spent last Saturday In Portland.
Mr. Peters spent some time in Port
land early last week, buying Christ
A very enjoyable shoot for geese
was held at the hospitable home of
Judge Thompson a week ago.
Andy Hasselbrink spent several
days in Portland recently, having den
tal work attended to. e have not
been Informed wheather the work
done was of a painless or painful na
ture, but Andy still wears his beaming
Miss Rose Graham, of Portland, is
visiting relatives near our village.
George Jemlson has been spending
a few days at home with his parents
on tbeir farm.
Miss Cora Brobst has been spend
ing some time at home with her parents.
Keal estate is still booming In our
village, despite the mud and Inclem
ent weather, so say the real estate
The Mothers' Club of Corral Creek
I School held a Mothers" Exchange at
The face of Chauncey Calkins is
wreathed In smiles for the reason
that a son and heir came to grace
his home on Saturday, November 27.
The Wllsonvllle young people are
still talking about the Thanksgiving
dance, and the pleasures of that happy j
A goodly number of the young peo-j
pie of Graeme district enjoyed the i
hospitality of Roy Nendel and his
sister at their home on Saturday eve
Miss S. M. Graham was the charm
ing hostess at a family reunion at
her beautiful home on the banks of
home of Mrs. Norman Say last
The Hood View Ladies Aid Society
met with Mrs. Elmer Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. Norrls Young will
spend the winter with Mr. and Mrs
Dr. Ireland's office on Main Street
is nearlng completion and Wilsonville
people are glad to have a good doc
tor of their very own.
Ed Seely was married to a Miss
Jones, of Sherwood last week, at the
home of the bride's parents.
Through the courtesy of Mr. Darby
: our genial druggist, the members of
' the Wilsonville Ladies' Aid Society
1 will soon place some pretty and use
; fill articles for sale In his window.
The stork walked into the home of
; Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McKinney on Frl
1 day. November ISth, and left a bounc
ing h:ihv plrl llr TrplanH la In at.
the Willamette on Thanksgiving ay. ' tendance, and mother and little daugh
About twenty relatives were present ; ter are p(.,tn(f along nicely.
upon mis nappy occasion ana turney ; The Thanksgiving dance given by
aim uner goon mings were eujueii
to the fullest extent.
The river has been high and the
creek near Charles Epler's residence
has overflowed Its banks to such an px
tent that the people of Graeme district
have been cut off from communica
tion with Wilsonville, It being a case
of "so near and yet so far". Even
the mail man
the good bye,
the M. B. A. lodge was a success in
every particular. The supper served
by Mr. and Mrs. Walters at the new
hotel was a great credit to the manage
ment of the new establishment, and
the menu was much appreciated by
the dancers. Joe Epler's orchestra
furnished the music, which was as
usual of the highest order, and the
has given the district dancers were entertained until the wee
but a.? the telephones small hours.
Cost no more than others
Don't buy until you investigate
Let ut send you our catalogue
Ask ua about the 1910 automobiles
You won't regret It.
Automobile Salesroom Wagons & Busies
Chapman S Alder Streets
330 East Morrison Street
The high water Is gone attain. We
j had a "Kansas blizzard" here Monday,
j but It is fair and a little cold now.
Money seems to be the order of
I the day. It is the first of the month.
! Mr. Itlerman and family nre moving
I from Seeley's house to Mr. Marring
; ton's cottage on Pleasant Ave.
A man has moved into the Pierce
house, and expects his family to come
A family lately from Oklahoma have
rented Mr. Manx's house.
The Mountain View Sunday School
Is making preparations for Chrlstmns
exercises at the church.
Mrs. John May arrived here from
Aberdeen last week and will visit
among relative and friends this month.
Mrs. John May, accompanied by her
brother, B. F. Linn, nnd wife, went
to Portland Tuesday to attend the
funeral of their brother, Mr. Linn.
J. M. Heckart and wife, who have
been at the Ogle Mountain Mines, re
turned home last week.
Mrs. Hall Is taking her vacation
this week. She went away last Sun
E. W. Curran Is laid up this week
with rheumatism In the bark.
Chris Bluhm. of Portland, Is vis
iting In this berg this week.
Clyde May, of Malheur, Oregon Is
visiting relatives and friends here.
Mrs. Olive Exon, of Dover, Is visit
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
May this week.
Messrs Chester Oorbett, of Colton.
came to town Monday and took out
a load of machinery for Mr. Sharer's
saw mill, at Meadowbrook.
Pearl Selby. Oral Welsh and John
Darling. Jr.. were at home from school
to spend Thanksgiving.
Ed Gottberg and Ross Eaton were
calling on friends here.
Mrs. Mann received a telephone
message from Orchard Washington
last week, saying Tier mother was
Charlie Glllett returned to his home
In Kansas, after a visit of two weeks
Frank Albright has returned home
and Is at work In the mill.
Miss Maud Griffin came home again
last week and expects to remain all
Mr. and Mrs. I. 0. Dlx were at Mil
lino visiting the latter's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Evans Sunday.
The moving picture show which
was given at the Colton Hall by Mr. f.
Arquett last Sunday was well attend
ed and everybody enjoyed the show.
Miss Eurmel Clark, who had been
away Btaylng at her sister's Is at home
for a few days.
Alfred Burglund, who Is away at
tending school at Corvallis was home
to spend Thanksgiving with bis broth
er, but left again Monday.
J. Dlx, of Shubel, was home visiting
his mother last Sunday.
Gorbett Bros left for Oregon City
Mrs. B. Lamb Is visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Clark, this week.
The people of Upper Colton were
working their poll tax last wmk.
Mr. and Mrs. w. K. Bonney were
visiting their son and rlaiightf;r-ln-1
law. at Elwood, last Sunday.
C. Stromgreen was at Oregon City,
on business one day last week. I
Archie Bonney was visiting his sis-.
ter at Mullno Sunday.
Special School Meeting.
Notice Is hereby given to the legal
voters of School District No. i;.'. of I
I luekainas County, Slate of Oregon,
that n special meeting of said dis
trict will bo held at the county court
mom In the Courthouse, nt Oregon
( It y. Oregon, on Wednesday, the
eighth day of December, limit, at 7
o'clock P. M fur the following ob
jects; For the purpose of levying n special
tax for school purposes and to provide
a sinking fund for the redemption of
bonds, as provided by law.
Dated this I'i'.th ilav of November
GEO. A. HARDING.
Chairman Board of Directors.
E. E. B RO WE, District Clerk.
At the prtfCMOl Frank Wilson lias
reported the finding of his brother's
body, but Is continuing the search and
hopes to succeed.
Mr. and Mrs. N. U Klrehem are the
happy parents of a daughter, weight
7 tj pounds.
Tho rainy weather Is the main sub
ject of conversation and most all say
It Is the worst November they have
known. Some have a better memory
and know that 10 or more years ago
we had such weather followed by a
hard freeze In November that caught
most of the potatoes In the ground
and most of thetn were frozen. The
writer had six acres that were unus
ually deep In the ground and a third
or more were frozen and a -Job It
was to dig the remainder in the cold
Eflle Klrehem was out home last
Sunday, but has returned to school
In Oregon City.
Peter Wilson had a runaway last
week and at another turn of tho
wheel of fate, one of his horses drop
Could Not Be Better.
No one has ever made a salve, oint
ment, lotion or balm to compare with
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It's the one
perfect healer of Cuts, Corns, Burns,
Bruised. Sores, Scalds, Bolls, Ulcers
Eczema. Salt Rheum. For sore eyes,
Cold Sores, Chapped - Hands It's su
preine. iniaitinie lor 1'llcs. (July 25c
at Jones Drug Co.
Mary Kocher to J. W. Lienor and
Carrie Llesi-r, lots 1, 2, 11, 12, block
5, Canby; $2,000.
J. W. Udser and wife to Mnry
Kocher, 1 acres of sections 2S, 29,
:vi, township 3 south, range 1 oust;
Thomas Roy Sleight to Lucius D.
Rockwell, undivided half of interest
In blocks II, 12, 17, 18 and undivided
Interest in the south half of block
?,, and undivided half Interest In
south half of block Ifi, Prunelaiid;
Malhcw Patterson, Jr., and Rebecca
Ellen 1'aMerson to Arthur O. Whll-
comli, 10 acres of section 211, town
ship 2 south, range 4 east; $l.'iil0.
Carl William Damm to J. W. Eby,
Jr., 1 acres of section .10, township
4 south, range 1 cast; $1200.
DAMASCUS AND ROCK CREEK.
We have now had four weeks of
rain, and it is still raining. It is dis
couraging to be shut up like this ho
long, with only a few days of good
Born, to the wife of T. N. Portle, a
boy. the 20th.
Miss May Newell was home from
Potrland to spend ThankRglvlng.
Mrs. Donley's grandchildren were
visiting here latly.
A number of children have not. been
attending school on account of rainy
weather and bad colds.
Little Raymond Johnosn Is sick
with congestion of the lungs. Dr.
Hickman, of Portland, was called to
A. Ostherback has two men cutting
wood for him during the winter, he
Intends cutting 200 cords.
aOnt of town people
f'i unrn mmr JU
nnd hri'licitwork IJr
iahr) In oris day
2 W Will fflvti you Rood
i uviv vr pore fl ma
'O crown for S3. 50
Molir Crowm 5.00
, 22kBridiraTetb 3.5Q
.J loold FillMn 1.00
J 'dr..i.i riu:. 1 fill
SJWtjf Fillinn .50
Inliy Flllinirt 2.50
;Oood Rubbtr .
Bst HrJ Rub-
oi.... 7 Cfl
tt nitt uimmii n rttfiMN PsfnUii ErirMion . 5 0
WORK GUARANTIED FOH IB YEARS
PtlnlftM KjtrtKTtion m whn pltnr tml work
Uor ifirtxJ. ContiilUtlon Freu, Yon cannot Mt rmtUf
lainlfwnrk dotim anywbore. AH work fully ruar.
nUrl. Uodero ilc'trlo aqalpinvDt Hft mntluxla.
Wise Dental Co.
tm,H.Ti. PORTLAND, OREGON
emu mum: . m. m i. m. r. j.
W : 'V
M.r: 'V .h ,.11
Aliiahiuu Udell nnd Ida Oilccti
liio acres of section :i. township r
siilllh, laime :l east; J.i.MIO.
(H'urte Mcltiide and wife to Din
N. Uulhhl, tract of laud in Mlhwiuklw
lieiiiRii Mdiiide and wlfo to Uott
lien heller and KreilerlcK Keller,
tract of land In MllnaiiKle; l
K. J. and Clara Swarforil In A nint
Albei t Maul L'O acres of sections II.
I, !l, 10, township II south, I'linite
t . ( . Clause and .liilln Claiisen lo
,1. W. flnnsen to ,. w, U'lior, t;; ncres
of section '.".i, iwonsltlp :l south. rniiK'
1 east; JCT.
.1. . and J'niTle l,eHcr to Maty
Kocher, ti, 11 e of sect Inn low 11
ship :i south, ratine 1 east; $1.
Jessie Diiiimlio and Hniinlla Dun
mire, to l.ouls Ijiimoii, lots fif tl, park
Mibdlvlsliui of block Kl.'i, liladslime;
Minnie Terry and Kreif Terry to V
It. Dent, land. In JcuiiIiik Uule;
John S. Sutllh and Units Smith to
A. I!, and lloHsle Sutherland, tract of
land In Oak Crove; $ ,S0.
.leh 11 1 Itaker et nl., to Kraukllii
T. (irltlllh, S ncres of section . town
ship 3 south, raiiite I east; J 1,000
William W. and ljtney M. Huff to
11. T. Illiudia. lots :S0, 31. Orchard
tl. D. and Klmalieth lloardniiin to
Samuel M. Huberts, lot ,1, Jennings
l'dgn; 1 1100.
John Sorlie to K. mid Solum Krlrk
son, tract of land In section 4. town
ship ;l smith, range 1 east ; fliim).
Minnie Kddlngn In II. ('. Palutoti.
lot S, .IcuiilnKS Uidite; JilOO,
Marlon uud Ada Tong to Fletcher
and I.Uale M. Tung, III acres of sec
Hons 7 and S, township 3 south, mug''
i east; $1.
J. T. Mclntyre et iin to II. A. Ans
chiitn. all of lot 15, block No. 5, town
of Mrlnhtwood; $100.
K. V. Handnlph et nt to K, M. How
ell, tract ef land In Clackamas Coun
K. M. Unwell et ux to the Public
tract nf land In Clackamas County
for n public rnnd.
K. J. Hurley and wife and K. 1. Staf
ford mid wife to Henry loney l.'i JO
acres In 1 liuhatims Count v; Jl
Stephen Kby to II, K. Mitchell,
Uit No 1. block ti. Kdi;i'WiMii, $100.
Alfred Danlelsoti e ut to Ori'mm
Swedish Cnliinlatlon Co., -I 7 of mi
acre In Clackamas ('utility, 9 !.",).
P. T. Hudson to John W. Uuler. lot
(5. block SI, township 2 riiiiKo :! east
and all of lot S which part of lot 7
of block SI and lots t and S of block
'j:!. Unroll (My; ft.
Oregon Swedish fill. Co. to Adilph
Anderson, ,. K. l J of sivllnu town
ship 5 south, range ; rust, containing
o acres; miO,
Klla t'aulli'ld to U It lledites. lot
I of block t'.;i. Oregon City; .iiini,
S. P. Oslioru to (ienrge llai ii'ii, part I
... . . p 1
of ttie 1), 1. c. of Haul, -I Mhuhiiui
coiitaliiliig i'.'.i acres; 1m)S.
Kuiuia WllkliiMUi and Adam Wll
kliisiiu to K, 1,. (icwald lots, ;i. lo and
11 Of block ('. Clailslone; $10
I'. S liovi rniiient tu C. I'llris, N
K. I -I, section 'il, township J south,
raiiKc ," east; Patent.
Ileiiili'ita Hamuli to H. C. Noble,
part of the I). I. C. nf liaulol Tomp
kins, conialiilug iai ;i urn's; $1.
II. K. Noble et us., to S P. Oswalil.
'.iii acres of the ). C. of S. S. Han
O. W. Ocnbock et ux to S. P. Os
wald, in', aens of (lie S. Shannon i
I,. C; $::.iio.
J. W. tiraslo et ut to E. S. Uitnpnrt.
(iilt claim, lots I. 2, 3, t, .1, f,. 7. S
and U of block 'Jl, Mltil'tiiirn Addition
to Portland; $1.
C. Olsiti et ut to K. S. Ijliuport.
quit claim, lots 1 to ;ii', Ini luslve, Mln
thorn Addition to Portland; $1.
C. A. Peterson to Henry lillarr"
the N I, of tin. S. W. I I of section
111 township :t south, range ,1 of Will
amette .Meridian, containing 7'J,:!i acre
A. Howard and wife to N A. Alcorn
and A. K. Iloerthwick, blocks I and
5 of Wlldwood Tract; tin.
V. f. King et ill., to V. II. Ilaties.
of the X. E. . of section .111, town
ship ;i south, range oft ho Willamette
Meridian. NO acres; $.'iinu
Willamette Kalis Co. to J. W. Tin it
er, lots 1, 11 and V ut Wll'ainette
I'. S. to William Moore, Pntent, as
asslgtiei. of Dr. John .Mclaughlin,
lot 1 of block HI. Oregon cltv.
t'nlted States to I. U Illlllsllike-,
as assignee of Dr. John .McUinnhlln,
patent to lot 2 of block 111, (ri-ci'i
Pulled States to Hubert Caiill'lu,
a i assignee of Dr. ,'ohn Mrljnuliliti
paieni lo lot &, block It!, Oreg m City
I inur Slates to Jcnies Wlm'toti, n.i
ass k nee of the lat ) Dr. J ,lui Mc
laughlin, patent to lot 8 of block Pi,
I'nlted States to Hubert Clillfleld,
as assignee nf the late Dr. John Mc
Laughlin, patent to lot I of block 111,
Thomas J. Ilaldwln et ul., to Ijiura
lt.ee et al., north half of east half of
block 51, Oak drove; $,
Olaf Ohs and Callu Oss to John II.
I'wellen, Ifi acn'S of D. L. C. of
Andrew Ibsid and wife, township :i
smith, rant.e east; $1:125.
Amanda and J. ('. Choate to Ed
urd I'wls, land in sections 211,
:in, towushlp 4 south, range I east;
also "50 acres of secllon 2!l, 20, town
ship 4 south, range 1 east; $1100.
Clara and C. W. Itlchey to J. W.
Arnold, 20 ncres nf section 22, town
ship 2 south, range east; $1000.
II. and M. J. McArthur to M. N.
McArihur, lots 1, 2, I!, section I, town
ship 4 south, range 5 east; $1.
William Westburg and Emma WcHt
Iniig to Jesse M. and Mary M. Walker,
.10 -acres of section .11, township 5
south, range 2 east; $1.
I.ydla dreaves and Harry droaves
to T. J. and Marian dary, tract "II" of
block 10, Willamette & Tualatin
Wlllamelie Kalis Company to I,ydla
dreaves. lots II and C of Tract 10,
Willamette & Tualatin Tracts; $:!(!.
U-wIh (,'. and Stella I,. Parker to
William II. Stokes and S. E. Woosler.
IH.8 acres of section ,'!l, township 2
south, ran go 4 east; also 40 acres
of section 2d. township II south, range
4 east; $7100.
If. J. Palmer to Mary H. Palmer,
lot C, of block 3, May wood; $1.
Helen A. Elklns to Albert. Thomas,
lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 12, IS. 14, 15, 10.
block 2, Mllwatikle Park; $750.
Emily Cousins nnd II. A. Cousins
to Mary A. Watts, 10 ncres of sec
tion 8, township 2 south, range 3 east;
Armetllo Albright et al., to Joseph
Jaskson et al., tract of land In Robert
Allen D. L. C. No. 42, township f.
south, range 1 east; $1.
Armettlo Albright et al to O. W.
MdlnberU et al., tract of land In
Robert Allen D. I C. township C
south, range 1 east; $1.
James II. Hhupe and Susan J.
Shupe to K. 11. Masterson, tract of
land In First Subdivision of Oak
Harry A. LaDarre and Mlunle La-
There is no
in in, or you
Wlicllii'f a few frii'iiils
invite a whole hniise lull til
whether you are all alone in
the Victor is just the entertainer you need.
It briuni to "il the lii.ignilii cul voicra nf the mratrit
oirr.itic M.ni. the litruik' I'himc nl irlrluatnl b.uuli uud
ori hcslias, the livrlir ilam c iiiiimc, oln nnd durn nil
your Uwuite iintiuturni, braimlul laiird inline, the
latest Hong bin, inintn- vhow - the lirt riilrilaiiiincnt
til rvrry kind bv the world' lint talrnt.
Why not come in nnd bear tint woinlrrfiil imiii-4l
inilruinritl ! bind nut (or ynurrll what a great niter
tamer it i. We'll lWy play r.uy Victor imuic you
want to hear.
Vim r in rl 4 Virlor I ,r lull $10. Ollur l)lrl Inilll tl SO
loS.'M. l.iiy Ivinu ll ilrwivii.
$1 A WEEK
Will Put a Victor In Your Home.
Get It Now
Huntley Bros. Co.
Il.irre to Klleii A. Kalichlld, 7l IV.l acres
of Si i'tloii tnwimhlp ;i ttmith, liuiKe
," east . $ 10.
K M. Unwell mid wife to Mill,. M
Wll lace, IS 17 ncris of Kzru Klnher
D U C. township 2 .miiiiIi. raiiKo 2
east . $.lt;n.
Mary K. Hurton and I'dwiird II
llniton to cr IV Nelireit. bind In
block '.''.I, Second Subdivision nf Oak
.1 W. and lllla Rtierber to Alice
II Roman. 2.',0 acres of township 3
miilh. riiiiKO 2 i:ul; $1.
I'. (1 and Maria S Caiilleld to Aim
under Scott, lots :i, 10, blni k 9 Itnlloll,
Amos ami Mary J Wl in tn t; s
Uoitors, tract nf Ian. I In No 4'i, Will-
iiinetiii & Tualatin Tracts; $.',o.
John . ami draco tinier tn bmls,
llllller. lot II. bliH'k 51, (illlilstntle; $.
.1 K. and J. K l.yuip to ChrlMtbiu
Slebkin. nt ;i tract i'.:l, Wlllann'lte 1
Tracts; $IH;.'.. I
tlVi ; Inclusive; blnck 45; Hluo 1 11!
undivided lliler.t lu Llm-li 2; blink
I'll, tnict 51, Smith Onwcitn; also undl
vldod I 111 Inleii'st In tracts 10 uud 15,
Oswego Heights; II
J. T. Mclntyre and WlmitfTnd Mc
i Intyre to Harriet Kevu r. lot 7. bl.K-k
ID. llllKlltWnnd. section, 24. toWllilltp
2 south, range 3 eiir.t; $10.
j Arclilbnld Howard nnd lli nsle llow
lard to Clara 1" Jiinn'S, tract of land
III mi'i-IIoii ;, inwunlilp 2 south, rauite
7 east ; $lil.
! Archlbiild llnward and Pontile llnw-
ard tn John S. Jaiuos, tract nf land In
section .31, tnwimlilp 2 south, miigi.
I 7 east ; $10.
j U II. and lOiiiinn ThomiiNnn to Will
j lam Sawtell, '.lo acres nf Maibew Rich
ards II. I t',, township 3 smith, range
' 3 east; $.
llnlvor II Cnlabl ami Clara llrnokc
, Crdahl to K u. Knlmiiu. !' S7 acre, nf
secinui t.i, inwiiHiitp ; uu tli, range
3 east; $1.
'T .. ... ... r. r'! I'Mward mid Stella K.-nlratto
-. , i. n ii n.-i lliiini , ItlWIISmp ('liitrll.t f I. a,.tt
o sniitti, range 2 eust; $1. I
W. P Kayler and wife to Perry '
kayler. .in acres f secllnns :i, ,;i2,
tiiw iiHlilp 5 sinith, range 2 eust ; $1,
W. T I. Inn and U K palmer, too
acres nf section 23. tnuushlp 2 Mouth,
range 0 east ; $;l)0(l.
Oregon Iron & Steid Cnnipany tn
Clarence I.. Kegles. lot fi. Tuaiatln
Krauk I jiiiK'TmiiiwI tn A. P. Miirgnn,
r.o acres nf Hectlou Iti, township 2
smith, range 5 east; $1.
A. R. Morgan and Madge dnitniile
Morgan lo Chainorlnw Ciunpaiiy, north
east rpiarter of nortln-uxt guaiier nf
si'Ctlnn I'J township 2 koiiIIi. raiiKu
5 east; also northwest quarter of
northwest ipiniter nf Meelloii 20, town
ship 2 h nl I li, range 5 east; also strip
of land In section I'J, towtiHhlp 2 south,
range 5 east; $1.
Iletljlmen Albert Veggers lo If. K.
Noble, 4ii acres of section 3(i, township
(i south, range 2 east; $300.
David K. Warner to P. T. Davis and
Jennie Davis, HI ncres of section 27,
township 3 south, range 4 east; $1.
John M. Ilenkle to John C. and Jen.,
n lo M. Mnrniiy. 3N 4 acres of hoc-I
tlnliH 14, 15, 22. 23. township 2 south,
range 3 east; $.1500.
Oregon Iron & Steel Company to
Portland Cement Company, tract nf
land In sections 1(1, II, township 2'
south, runge 1 east; $10, j
Jacob nnd Anna Kraft to U A.I
llrandes, part of sod Ion 20, township
3 smith, range 1 east; also 3D acres
of section 21). township 3 south, range
I east ; $11,500.
A. It. Morgan et nl., to Chamorlow
Company, fio acres of section Hi, town
ship 2 south, run go 5 east; $1.
Robert Rutherford to James and
Hester A. C. Rutherford, lu acres of
section 2, township 4 Month, range 3
John D. and Catherine Silica to
Sella A. Illackerby, lots 5, , 11, 12,
block 5. Mllwaukle Park; $500.
Ida M. Solvers ami IC. D. Slevers
to James J Tyrrell, blocks 117. 1 1 H
and tho norlh GO feet of block 110,
Maria Kenske to Frederick Ketiske,
So acres of section 23, township 4
south, range 1 east; $1.
Austin N. Carney to Marlon and
Ada K. Tong. 8 acres of section 7,
lowriHlilp 2 south, range 3 east; $1.
John V. Olson to John M. C. dllll
vory, northeast rpiarter of section 30,
township 3 south, range G east; $!liilii.
Sarah J. Parrls to Uiren C. Parrlsh.
Tract No. 2 and Trnct No. 21, Oswego
Heights; lots 1. 2. 3, 4, 5, fi. 7. H,
Mock II; lots 7 and 8 of block 29:
lots 1 to 1H Inclusive, block 03; lots
of northeast quarter of smithenst
quarter of section 0. township 4
smith, range 1 east; $L'no
Orsnn p. and Ida persntis to Chtirles
Ik and I'lroy llntes. 2S ncros of sec
tion 4, township 4 south, range j east;
A. U mid Julia Clark to Temper
ance C. Rice, lot 4. Klrst Addition til
Jennings Uidge; $22511,
tienrge mid Clara llrmiKbton to Vln.
rent Jolenc, nt of block 4. tireen
point, Ori'Knii City; $loo,
Ktiimii lllehle to Sarah H. Miller nil.
divided l-.l nf south hnlf nf Her Hon 8.
township ,1 south, range ,1 east; $.,ii.
John W. and draco K luler tn 1 ros
ter M. O'Dcll. lot 5 of block 4. West
Hide Addition to Oregon City; $i',oo.
deorge W. and Mary ,K Clark to S.
11. Myrlck all of lots 3 nnd 4. Wes
I.vn; $1210 25.
Ortnti A. and Ida M. draham to
llumbolt p. I.lnn. east half of lot 13,
It. dlldner and Katie R. dlldner to
Kminn McNeil, lots 13, 14, IS. i!.
block 3 and lots 30, 21. 32, block 4.
Hyde Park; $10.
O. ('. Vociiin and wife to R. R, (lib
soil, lot fi of block 5, Pompeii; $r,il.
James Itaslall to ('. it. McAyeal,
14U.42 acres of section 35, township
S south, range 2 east; $1500.
Ililieriila Savings Hunk to Mary
Mutily. tracts 15 and Ifi, Atkinson;
Maggie A. and Jame I. Johnson to
Mlntliiiir Springs Water Company,
lots 2 and 7 of block 44, Mliilhorn Ad
dition to Portland; $1.
tleorgo V. Thompson to Alexander
Christie, 101.28 acres of (Jeorgo Wall
ing nnd Frances Walling I). ,. c.,
township 2 sopth, range 1 east; $50,.
Krleda Iiwh and David N-wls to
0. K. Johnson, lot II, Pliieliursl ; $.'15no.
(). C Yociim ami wife to Kdna U
Downing, north-half of lots 5 ami fi.
block 10, Pompeii; $50.
O. C. Yociim and wife to M. F. Fen
Ion, lots 7 and 8 of block 10 Pompeii;
O. C. Yonim nnd wife lo Kla dn,.
son, south half of lots 5 and fi of
block 10. Pompeii; $50
James and I.I7..I0 Adamson lo Mrs.
Kminn Mednvey, 40 ncres of aoeilon 2.
township 2 soiiih, range 2 east; $n.
CLACKAMAS ABSTRACT & TRU8T
Land Title Examined.
Abstract! of Title Made.
Olllce over Hank of Oregon City.
JOHN F. CLARK, Mgr.
Careful of Your Property
One of ihe secrets of our success
in the Baggage and Transfer Business
Safes, Pianos and Furniture Moving
Williams Bros. Transfer Co.
Phones, Office 1121, Residence 1833 525 Main Street
D. C. LATOORETTB President
V. J. MEYER, Cashier
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of OREGON CITY , OREGON
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