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O. LATOURETTD President
THE FIRST NATiOHAt BANK
riniitli 0aerel Banking tuelneea
GEORGE A!. HARDING
-URC DRUa, PERfUMEf, TOIlfT'ARTICLIS AND
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STATIONERY. PMICMPTIONI AND FAMILY RE-
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CEIPT8 CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. ,
'5i MAIN STREET v
S PCOPLC POINTED OUT;
; Don Roblneon.,of Portland, Is vlalt-
lug with relatlvea In Ibla rlly.
f Mra. W'. (!. Green, of 205 Seventh
ilrrrl. Igi tMtn)il the past week with
, A. K. King. u merchant of llwaeo,
n hii i ia viaitiug M i laiiiiiy at jsitrwui
-. 8. U Hheppard. of Oak Grove, was
tranaartlng bualneaa In Oregon CMjr
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mm i.iara iMcrnrr, en ni. jonue,
forumrly of Ihla illy., vlatted friends
L , Harvey Evrbrr, on of thpromt
, rient young farmers of Molalla, waa la
' Oregon City Saturday.
V Ml mi Joan Jaeoba, of Portland, la
; vlaltlng with br aunt. Mra. Joba T.
' : Clark, of lb Va( 81d.
." Mr. and Mra. frank Jagaar aad 111
I llo danghor, Klortn', of C'arua, wra
In Orogon I'll Saturday.
Mlaa.Kal Conner naa ravrd
v from an ttrark-nf la grlppo, and will
' b alU to l.r but Moiijay. -j
Hoacn oat. of Chehatla. Waab.. la
In I ll city. th guirnt of bta motbar.
Mra. Julia nat. of Canmiab.
MlaaKaale Ulwck, of I'ortlund. who
tiaa been lb Kueat of Mlaa Dollla
I Trait, returned home Friday.
X Mr. K. C. Iy la on a bualneaa trip
til Idaho, looking afler real eaut
rata In blh ha la Intareated.
i" Mra. I Jill Aune. who ha been la
-Oakland for medical treatment, la on
the road to permanent recovery
Mlaa Mona Klna. a nrofeealonal
Buraa of Portland, baa been vlalUng
II her home at Mount Pleaaant. -
i nr n"inw m juuuni rivaiHini, - - -
i Mr. and Mra. Oeorge Gardner 1ft
Saturday for Foreet tlrove, whara tbey
11 vtalt frienda for a few dart. v
-' Mra. LJiaie Or I mm and three aaugb
va. of Walla Walla. Waah.. have ar
In thla city to vlalt with ftav
, "C. n. Hyaotn, Jr , report a tba I if
Of hla two children, lha
. experiencing a mild altac
1 Haiel Handa. of Palonaa.
i baa arrived In Oregon Cltjr for
I with her coualn, Mlaa Naalle leacaiM.
B-d. , j Mr. and Mra. Ehcn E. Shut and
I Moore haa accepted a poalflon two" children, having aold their farm
tographer In tha office of irRen ; In Fatern Oregon, are vlaltlng hra
ebel during tba lllneea of Mlaa i father. Thomaa Shuta of Maple Uane,
re. (and Mr. Bhute'a alater. Mra. George
1 Roth, a prominent young bual A. lwn. and hla brother, Frank
an and aurreyitr of Canby, aa 'tfhute, at Highland, arter which they
M the Oregon City Tlallora Bat-1 will go to their new home In Btevena
f. " i I . I CiMr. Waah.
ja Reynolda. a profeaelona! norae' ' Mlaa Myrtle E. Peaae. dlatrlct vlalt
L Vincent a Hoapltal. I'orlland, waa ; nr aad Investigator of the-Itoya' and
)regon City Friday, vlaltlrg wlthJUlila Aid Society of Portland, waa In
i E. U Bhaw. ' " 'tara elty Friday, on bualneaa pcrUln-
a,J. C. Kauplach and aon. of Can- Ing tn tha aocleiy. and called on lha
Were In thla city Baiurday on their membera of the board of Clackamaa
( to Portland, whara they vlalied
Ir. and Mra. Howard Itnuratta of !
Hand, who have been vlaltlng the .- Jktra. B. 8 Croley aud Mlaa Toot
er'a parenta, Mr. and Mra. Charlee J ala Baton, paaaed through tha city
Latourette. have returned homa. ' Friday enroula to Ban Joae. Cal.. from
Ilaa Elliabetb Oawalt, a well known Payatta Idaho, and while In tha city
ig woman of Molalla. la rary III I they - wem houae gueata of ' Mr. and
lha home of her brother. Jacob Oa- ,.Mra. Elmer II. Cooper. Mlaa Eaton be
lt, and her condition la aerloua. i-tng Mr. Cooper'e niece. They left on
Ira. Ed Bnow. who haa bean very 1 Friday nlghfa train for San Joae,
at the home of her alater. Mra. I where Ihey will Join Mlaa Eaton a
r, of Parkplace, la Improving, aad i paraata and will make California their
apld recovery la now looked for. h" aa.
Jlaa Gray, of Portland, ona of the.i n if. DooMttle. wife and aon, who
Whara of that city, la apendlng Bat- "have been making their homa at Van
lay and Sunday with her alater. couver, Waah.. for tha paat two yeara,
ra. J. W. Moffatt, of tha Weat Bid, fcava arrived In thla city and ara vlalt
i Mra Iiula Itaron. who waa Mlaa 1 ln tha former'a parenta. Mr. Doo I It-
th Cooper, haa returned to her
pmi at Portland, after apendlng tha
lOlldaya with her parenta In Oregon;
Mlaa Rachel King, of Portland, waa
In tha city vlaltlng frienda Friday.
' Mlaa King la a atudent of MIHa Col
lege, and la apendlng tha holftaya tn
Mlaa Julia Dakar, who haa fcaen III
for tha paat week with a aevara at
tack of la grippe, haa recovered, and
raaumed her poaltlop In the offlca of
Croaa A Hammond,
, ar, aim aura, runcr, vi i m v.!
'who bava been vlaltlng Mr. tM Mr
6orge Gardner, have returned koao.
t . Fuller Vaa formerly Mbja Veta
L i, of thla city. ; i V
1 Joehnka. who waa Ukan to
"ft. N.-oaiiCa Hoapltal In Partjagdjl
Mvaral waeka ago for treataneot. It
no batt, hut 'will remain thar fj
aeveral waeka mora. -Mff.
M. L nrlgga. of PorUmnd, who
formerly realded In thla city, haa coma I
la Oregon Uliy to apena ma remainaar
of tha wlnur at tha homa of W
brother 0. D. latouratta. ;
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CTI1 "Lt:i STREETS : -
a."ea-aaaaaai 1 ' " ' : till. HiiiiiTliaaiaaaaQ
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T. J. IfEYBK. Caeblef
CtTYi CZ7EGON . . -
, .. Open (rem A. M, M I P, M
1. 'HOME, B $4.
NtxtDoor to PostoHice
l?r, llaiiamnrui. of I'orlland, who re
Mtlly arrived from Mlnueaiiolla, waa
In tlila city Friday, the (ueat of Wai
ter Weat worth. Dr llanauiann haa
deolded to Uxate In the weat.
Mlai.Olga MrClure, who haa been
lU 'Wltb ' typhoid fever for aeveral
week, and whoea condlllon had aome.
wbit Improved, waa taken wora Fri
day tHchl. and her condition la aerloua
Mlaa bUlllb Jarkaon, who haa been
Ifl (r aevoral tuontha. and who under
rrat a aiu-glcal operation for abaceaa
of Ilk aMe at tit. Vincent a Hoapltal,
la Improving rapidly, : and la abln to
be out. ' ' -
Cbarie Moulton. wbi baa Iwen via
tliig wlUi relatlvea at hla old honia
It watrri n, Minn., baa returned to
Pregua City, aud la lltlng with hla
ETaadpa nta. Mr. and Mra. It. Moul
lun, of ( adatone. N
Mr. anl Mra. M. U ltourette and
baby, w) a have leen apendlng the
pat two areeka with Mra. lAtourette'a
pariHita, Mr. and Mra. K. J. Daultoo,
of tha Veat Hide, have returned to
I hair ban on fourteenth and Main
atresia.' ' :
Frank MulvejyApf Taroma, Waah ,
hat amvtd In thla city, and la attend
ing; a daya with hla mother, Mra.
Margaret Mulrey. -MerMulvey la a
nu-mber if tba Tacoma Flra Depart
maul aMl la on a furlough, but will
I ear for Taroma Monday.
fir. Iff A Kwlifi of flrminv who
la turtle hla mother. Mra. K. U New- j Tne aecorationa were in pma. r
ton. Jiu been apendlng a few daya'whlta carnatlona and roaea.- Many
With ala brother. Frank Newton, and ! Indian baaketa filled with roaea formed
wlfo. Ot Toledo. Oregon. Dr. Newton i port of the artlatlc decoraiktaa. A
will leave uett week for Philadelphia, I luncheon waa eervwd after brldga waa
after which be will proceed to Europe,
i Ilammack. a prominent at
trney of Mount Vernon, Waah., la In
tha'tlt ItlThia wife, wno waa Mlaa -
j ----a -
Br niaen. iney are viaiting ai
ba hoiaa of Mr. and Mra. F. W. Oraen-
Bta- air. iiammapg naa legai ouai
aea 1 Oregon (hat neceaaltatea , hla
priaenca at Halem.
, ttaa Clleu llrtibat, formerly teacher
lu the Ccgon City publle achoola. but
pow of tba prlnevllle acbool, waa In
! thla city during the week vlaltlng with j
Jfrlondi. having apenl the hollda) a with,
her parenta. Mr. and Mra. Urobat. of
Wllaontllle. . Mlaa Urjubrt haa taken
bp homeatead near( whera ahe la
county, which la comioa'a or Mra. w
JO. Ikrownell, Mlaa Anita McCarrar, E.
O 'Caufleld. C. Bcuehel
tla haa been engineer for tha Plttock
a. ; iiadbAtter Company but haa ra-
algwed bla poaltlon to go to California,
for tha benefit of hla "health. They
"will flrat vlalt the former'a old homa
at rJurletta, California. They have
lot decided upon a permanent loca
nirca Wilcox, who uaad k. firm
cheok of W. a Eddy aV Bon, ana ae
ured a aum of money by eaabjng the
paper at a local saloon, waa permitted
to change hla plea of gi'Uty' to not
gulliy and will atana trial.
Suite for divorce have been Inatl
tuted by Jeaale Seveneon va. Jamea
Btatenaon, and Leona Chartera agalnat
R, . Chartera. They were married
In Portland September Id, 1905. and
deairtlon la alloged by Mra. Chartera.
who la represented by Geo. C. Drown
all. ' - " '
TTeah Candlea and,' Confectlona at
Dunn'a. Main atraet. near Foatofftce.
do to Socreat'a for that hot lunch
atinoeaaor to Lenta, CIO Main atreet
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IN SpCI ETY CIRCLES
Oarthlck Club at Muntlay, Homa. ,
Tha )r thick Club mat Friday a fine
noon at tha homa of Mra. W. A. Hunt
lay. Tba club la Undying tha life of
MacDowttll, tha eoinpoaer, .-jind lb
aubject waa "Ilia Art and Ilia Meth
od.," read by Mra. C. II. Caufleld.
Hvveral aelectlona from tha different
oinrraa were given on tha VU-trola,
Mlaa loul 1 1 race rendered two aeleo-
II. -I. a, "Through tha Meadowa" 'hf
Maclxiwall and "Happy Ham," by Ter
eaaa Il Hlego, accompanlid by Mlaa
Iula HurUry.' Tho next meeting
wilt ba bald at tha home of Mra. John
l'eant at lha meeting were Mra.
W. A. Dlrnlrk. Mra. E. T. Avlaon, Mra.
Hendry, Mra. W.- 8. IJ'lten, Mra. U
I Tor tar, Mra. Leon Itealirzea, Mra.
J. W, Loder, Mra. Matilda Cbarman,
Mra. C. O. T. Wllllama. Mra. O. A.
llardliiK. Mra. I. I IMckena, Mra.
('. It. Melaaner, Mra. E a Chapman,
Mra. O. W. Kiialblm. Mra. II. E. Hlev
ena. Mra. ('. II. Caufleld. Mlaa Veda
Wllllama. Mlaa MurlAl fltevena, Mlaa
Kdna Caufleld. Mlaa Iulaa Drace.
Mlaa IiiIm Huntley, Mlaa Florence
Oraca. ' . r ' .
Mlaa Oallogly Entartalna Bachelor
Tha Itnrhelor Olrla were entertained
Friday night by Mlaa Ileaa Oallogly
at ber Jiome In Oladatona. ' The even
ing waa pleaaantly devoted to Dutch
whlat, Mlaa Kthel Toorn wlunlng the
prlw. Dainty refreahmenta were
aerved. Mlaa Oallogly'a gueala were
Mlaa .Ida (inldamlth, Mlaa Almee llol
lack. Mlaa Hilda Te, Mlaa Nleta
Harding. Mlaa Kthel Too. Mlaa Joae
ptilne Arnold, of Portland, Mlaa lKd
He. l'rtt. Mlaa Anna" Hhannon, Mlaa
Winnie llanny, Mlaa Edna Caufleld,
Mlaa Clara Caufleldllaa June Char
nian.Sllaa Marlbcl Cheney.
Mra. W'ajter Walla entertained the
Gypalea with bridge at her home, 707
Fifth at red Uai night l,uticheon waa
aerved by the hoateaa. Artlatlc clua
tera of carnatlona formed part of the
Ounata preaent were Mlaa Cla I'ratt.
Mlaa Marjorle Caufleld. Mlaa Iteaa
Kelly, Mlaa Helen Daulton. Mlaa Iteaa
Itaulton. Mlaa Emily O'Malley. Mlaa
Edith Cheney, Mlaa Almee Ibdlark,
Mra. nenorey. Mra. M. j. i-.ureB,
! Mra. C H; Melaaner,
Mra. T A. Mclliide entertained In a
moat delightful manner Wedneadar
afternoon at ber bom on Beventh
atreet at bridge, the prlcea being won
1)V Mra. Theodore W. Clark and Mra.
C. H. Melaaner. Tha parlora and din
ing room of tha home of the hoateaa
were greatly admired by (he gueata.
enjoyed. . . , ,
fr. dhd Mra. tCrnat A.'tiommer n-
rrtalne,! n-New ' Year, ere with a
watch party at their beautiful boma
on lha hanka of the Willamette river
Tbelr gueata, all of whom wreregarhad
In fantaatlc coatumea. ware Mr. and
Mra. Franklin T. Ortffltk. Mr. aod
Mra. Fielding 8. Kelly, Dr. aad Mra.
Hugh Htevena Mount, Dr. and Mra.
IMinard U" Plckena,. Mr. and Mra.
Edward E. Ilrodle. Mr. an
Huntley. Mra, Nleta
rence. Mr. and Mra. C. J
Edward E. Ilrodle. Mr. and Mra. Clyde
II 1 VI I . . ,
lrne Moore. Dr. Thomaa J. Fog and
Martin Watroua. Or. and Mra. Bom
mer. have apartmenta at Ijic re tla
Court In Portland for tha Winter.
Mr. and Mra. L P. Horton celebrat-
ed the 25th annlveraary of their mar
riage at their home, on Main atreet
Saturday evening. Thefe were two
a core frienda preaent to enjoy the fea-
tlvlt ea of tha occaalon. Mr. and Mra.
j Horton .have been raaldenta of thla
city for tha paat two yeara, coming
One of lb ileaannt feat urea of h
evening waa tha preaence at the gath
ering of a brother of Mra. Horton, J.
It. Kenyon. of Eugene. He and hla
alater nadtttaem aeparated alnce early
childhood aod bad loet track of each
other. ,o ,.eoml''' nil1 been their
estrangement that whlla living In Eu
gene aeveral yeara ago, and attending
the aama cjturch. they did not recog
nize thetr-relatlonahlp- and only re
cently were made aware of it through
tha publication of a real eatate trana
fer In Eugene. Tha publication of
thla traaafer led to an Investigation
on tha part of Mra. Horton. and In theJ
happy reunion brougnt about between
brother 'and alater. While lWIng In
Eugene the brother often pnrchaaed
artlclea at tha atora of hla brother-in-law,
and met hla alater, but without
Tha hill at tha Electric Theater to
day embracea an Illustrated atory of
the fall of an ambltloua wire, the Irn
prlaonment of tha huahand and tha
marriage of tha wlfa later to tha
banker, with tha fall of tha banker
and tha death of tha wife. Tha hus
band te- In tha meantime vindicated.
Tha plcturea are aald to be of tha. heat
and tha purpose la, to tell the moral
along with the atory Itself. . , '
Tha Grand. "
Tha bill tonight Includes three films
"The Westerners Way," 'Mr. Four
Flush" and "Her First Husband'a Re
turn." Tha laat la aald to ba very
funny whlla tha first will appeal to
thoae who enjoy the thorough-going
way of tha typical man of tha West
WILL BUILT BIOEWALK.
Residents' In Clermont Bchool Dlatrlct
Daclda to Make Improvement
Tha people living tn Clermont school
dlatrlct or tired of walking In tha
mud and have decided to take tha bull
by the horns and eliminate mud ao
far aa the " aide 4f Molalla ave
nue, bayo&l Ua city llmlta, la con
At a rooaat Ctthrrlng of achool pat
raca Ua iitiuoa waa brought np for
Otr:,! deration, and la a abort tlma It
waa decided to build and nearly tha
total expense aubecrthed on tha even
la (i-3. .f Tko Impnrvaoraat
wil ba hn.'.t by popular rabaciiptton,
ant P'ntz't baa. been, avbaorlbad to
btj.:a th fall lc -of tha djatrtct
Tbti waUt i:t m i4rClennont ao
raai whkb wilt ba opened to Ua
ublto within a abort tlma. .
Ona may retail apples, but It la Im
poaalbla to ra-ull a dot. '
Go to Booraat'a for that hot lunch-
uccaaaor to Leota, 610 Mala a treat
.MORNING KNTEItWHSE, HUNT) AY, JANUARY". 8,' 1911.
ON LIVE TOPIC
PAtTOR fXHORTi TO BETTER
AND LOFTIER "THINGS ANO j
TELLB THE WHY OP IT. j
E ace rpta Prom a Sermon By Raw.
Zimmerman, graaehed December I
II Heaven Nat 'an Eternal. -
Ilev. 7.lmnierman. of the M. E.
church, apeaklng to tha text "Aa He
Which Hath Called You la Holy ao be
ya Holy In all Manner of Converaa-,
tlon" bad tha following to aay In an 1
eKriI1nt iftrmnn of a rrjnt tuta- '
In thla vera of acripture the Apoa-I
tla peter, writing under the inaplrau
tlon of the Holy Hplrlt, haa itiovQ ui
the atandard by which God meaaurea
tha religion of Indivlduala and of)
churchea. Any Individual oplnlona
that we may have concerning the re
llgloua life and Ita dntlea, that are In
conflict with thla atandard, are' awept
away, becauae thla atandard la divine.
A good many people today would
write theae worda eomethlug like this:
"Aa be which hath culled you la holy
ao be ya holy on Sunday and on prayer
meeting night, hut don't pay much at
tention to It at other tlmea."
Thla teit la wide and all Incltmlve
In Ita acope. God wanta our religion
lo, touch and purify every department
of our life.
He wanta ua to prova our
frith by our worda, and the beat place
to do that la not In the church on Sun
day, but out In the field of bualneaa
and' Induatry. .
Many church membera are not aa
anibltloua In a religloua aenae aa tbey
ahould lie. They want all the wealth 1
and pleaaure of thla world that tbey
can poealbly eocure, but "of religion
all they want la Just enough, to get
through to heaven on. Everybody an
tlclpaiea having a good time In heav
en. Tha beaut jr and power of the re- J
Union of Cbrlat, however, doea not He
In what it promlaea to do for ua here
after, bOt In what It la able to do for
ua here and now.
When God apeared to Moaea In the
burning buah He told him to put hla
ahoea from off hla feet, because be
waa atandlng on holy ground- The
preaence of (iod makea earth holy. If
thla la true, then to the followera of
Chrlat every foot of earth on thla
globe la holy ground, for He bath aald,
"La, I am with you alway."
. Tha church bouaa In the alght of
God la not more holy than (he atora
Of bualneaa OtTlca, ana men can glort-
fy pod and praiaa film In thair buat-1
. . . 1...; ma IriiW aa tha nraahar ra n 1
glorify and pralae Kim" froia b Pul"i
pit on Sunday In tha eight of Uod K
J " r "Tt
would be no greater aln for tha ulnta-
ter to curae and aw ear froea the pul
pit oti Sunday than It la for tba me
chanic u curae and a wear at hla bench
oat Monday. .-.
God wanta Hla people to be holy,
becauae He wanta Uteni to be Ilka
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,-aiiaa aln la an mitlaar mnn a mtiritarnn
WE SHOULD LIVE RICHT EACH DAY
r aresn an
He wadta-them to be aa holy on
day and every other day aa they
There will be apecial music at the
evening aervlcea In fife Baptist church
tonight. You are Invited.
There will be commemoration of
the Lord's Supper at the morning ser
vice In the Presbyterian church to
day. At the C. E. Service. 0:45, the
topics will be the "Second Chapter of
the Book on South America."
. At the Logan Baptist church at II
o'clock thla morning.. Rev. C B.' Hy
aotn, Sr., will apeak on the aubject,
"A Good Investment"
The evening service at the Congre
gational church will have aa a apecial
feature a sermon by tha pastor on a
topic of Interest to thoae who believe
In brotherhood work and Ita benefits.
The Odd Fellows will attend relig
loua services at tha M. E. church. In
a oouy. ionium, i acre win in spec-
lal music for the occaalon; and a ner-
mon to fit tne occasion. a lelupply of
Samuel Gregg, who la holding PaWT-urDan. w
lal aervlcea In tba Gladstone Chrla
tlan "church, will preach thla evening
to tha new lodge of Odd Fellows, re
cently organized In that village. Hla
aubject will be "Fraternity," and
there will be music suitable to the
Considerable Interest haa been
manifested In the revival aervlcea now
being conducted In the Christian
church at Gladstone.
Tha union praer aervlcea held In
tha M. E., Baptist and Congregational
churchea the paat week were very
well attended, and considerable Inter-
t waa manifested.
The Aid Society of the Gladstone
Christian church netted $400 tha paat
year by Ita efforts In tha good work.
Offlcera for tha ensuing year ara:
Mra. A. H. Mulkey, president; Mra.
Fred Burdon, secretary; Mra. H.
Blount, treasurer. ' t
' . SUNDAY CALENDAR.
Baptlat -Cor. : Main and I Ninth atreet.
Krv, 8. A. Hay worth paatnr. iva. 'Ill
Nlnthj 8. R. It nonn. Mra. A. f. Parki-r
aupl.; morning avrvlca 10 10, avoning
7:111, T. V 8. C. F,. f;10 p. m. and Jun
Inra aama hour. Waakly jrayr mm
In Thuraday at T:10 n. m.
Morning subject ' The Power and
Beauty of a Good Man."
Evening aubject "The Fatal Bar
Canemah Baptlat Mlaalon 8. B.-meeta at
1:00 p. an., Liewia lonkiln aupt.
Cathollo Cor. Winter and Tanth alraeta.
Rev. A. Hlllelirana .paat or. ra. 113
r Water; l-on Maaa t A, m.. High Maaa
10:10 a. m.. afternnoa aervlce 4:10. Maaa
avery morning at 1:14. "
Corvgraaatlonal Cor. Main and Eleventh
etrent. Rav, Wm. at. Proctor paator,
ra. 40 Third; 8. B. 11 nnon. John Law
. ry aupt.; morning aarvloe IO;0, even
ing 1:10. young people I: I. Weakly
prayer meeting Thuraday at ?Jdj. tn.
Morning subject "The SUent Years
Evening- dnbject "Brotherhood la
Action, of Am I My Drother'a Keeper."
Chris SW t-arvCnr. Btrhth and 1.
y Afiaaia a raeta, Hav. p. aenmkll
paatnr. raa. DM i. Q. A4ama; B. 8.
I 10 t. m. ; praaohlng aftvrnonna of first
and third Buadaya at tdo In Knaljah.
other Sunday aarvtnae mofnlnga at 10. 34
with praaohiltg In German.
Christian aalanoa Willamette building;
Bunday ar-,-na 11 a. m., 8. 8. 11 noon;
Wedneaday errvlore I a an.
Moralng aubject ''Sacrament."
at aiaul's gplacopat Ninth at., near
Main. Rav, Chaa. W. Robinson pastor,
raa. at Kaotory, Ninth and Water ala.;
8. B. Tl noon, Wm. Bhawman aupt.:
morning service tl a. m evening aer-
vtoa. a p. m.
Aii Annual Money Saving Event
trfflin Evangelical Cor. Klahlh and
.MKllaon tr-rls. l(-v. V. WWnli k paa
Irfr. (n-a. Til MMdlwm: 8. N. 1 a. m.,
M.-rman Hchradvr. Mnru atrewt. aupt.:
mirnln.lwrvlN, )1. young prupl at 7
p. m. mid pr-ai-hlna at a p. m. frayer
martin . W lrj-aday' at 7:1I p. m.
Oladatona Chrlatlan Rev. A. H. Mulkry
-t'aainr. rra. Oladatona; 8. 8. 11 a. m
N. ('. II-ndr1-ka aupl.; morning arvtca
II o'cUM-k. evvnlng aorvlr 7:1') Werk
It prayrr m-( Ina Thiiraday 7:14 p. a.
Eveulng aubject "Fraternity." . .
Krv. H. r. Klmmrrman paMor. rea. cor.
Klxth and Weahlnaton; 8. 8. a. in-.
C. A. Wllllama. Ulndatnnr. aart.: norw
tng a--lc 10:41. Kpworth Iacue
evrnlna vrvlV 7:10. frayer aaw(tia
Thiiraday 7 :1 p. m.
- Morning aubject "Our fadebted
neaa to God."
Evening .aubject "A Jerkilaem
Lawyer and the Flrat Odd Fellow.' -
Mountain View Union for ) 9. 8. t
S. m . Mra. J. H Qutnn Mpt ; Bible
tudy evrry Thwraday afi4nonn;
prrarhlne 7:10 p. m. aua4 aji furtt(
Bundaya In January, . v
Praabytarlan Seventh trat cor imih'
ann. Ker. J. R. tuandaburtt)ri paatoi.
rea. 71 Jrtlttwm; 8. 8. le a. m., Mra.
W. C Jrrrn aupt.: momhig arvle II
a. m.. T.-P. 8- P. K. : p. jb.. t-ren-
- In aorv tce f r0. Prayer wtaetlna- Tfcura
day I p. tn. "
Moralna;- aubject "The ilsrrlage
Supper of tha Lamb."
Evening aubect "The iCTlflcanca
of the Croea.' - . .' - ' - -
Parkplace CeMfvwgatlena' R. . . U
Jona (utator. rra. Olaaniaa; 8. 8 10
a. m . Kmrry Krrnch aupt.; irarhlng
arrvlrea each ft' ma ay aliernafhHr be
tween 11 a. m. and 1 10 p. tn Chrla
tlan Endravor Thureday evening 7:10
, Onltaa Brnrr r.a- Ulatuh and Tv1or.
Hr. u v. ciark r ,r- n ratinnd
momtna-aervkee 11.1 Y. P.
Wlllamaru M. C. No raaulur TT
arvlca. a). M. 9 pi nx, htru. Jtrama
Zlon Lutnern-Cnr. S-tf'nnm and Elgtiih
atrea. Ra. W. It. Kraxbrraar aaa-
" i nr. rea 7j jairrramr; m. . - to a. aa
. Krr. Kraaoraw aut.; nximtyig evrvM-e
IV in, evening I Hi, laitber .taraatim T
p. ra. ; , . ( ... . .
sure and attend Uie'Clearaaca
at the People's Store. This la
an annual money-aavlng event.
The best Homemade Bread that can
ba baked; vou can get It at Schrader'a
Bakery, on Main street near Postof
Licenses to marry were granted by
County Clerk Mulvey to Karellnn Mut
Ilrkel and Adam Shark, Tlllle Hulraa
and Fred Howard, Mamie Gladys Sag-
er and George T. Clark. Mlsa Sagar
Is 1? yeara of age and her mother gave
her consent to tha marriage. Mary
Anderson and Haakon M. Olson, Lew-
ellen S. W'aivo and Floyd H. Rownder,
Llfbe Buchbaum and Louis A. Seyk,
Etta Prather and Helmar H. Jacobeon.
License to marry waa issued Thurs;
day to William Burk and Minnie Her
bert License to wed waa Issued Saturday
to Mamie Simpson and Willie Foster.
TkefPeopbVa Store haa Just received
of the new Knitted Aviation
' REAL ESTATE.
- The following real estate transfers
were filed Saturday In the office of
Recorder of Conveyancea L. E. Wlll
E M. and Minnie a Hogtv to Wal
lace F. Miller, south weat quarter of
southeast quarter, section 35, town
ship 2 aouth. range 5 east, 40 acrea;
C. Ray and Harlette Peckley to Or
ange Mattoon, .7.21 acrea, sections t
and 8. township 2 aouth, range 2 east;
W. J. and Hattie Bowerman to J.
H. and Myrtle M. Bowerman, 21 acrea
sections 6 and 8. township 2 aouth,
range 3 east; $1625.
W. J. and Hattie Bowerman to W.
W. and Rose H. Cooke. 19H acrea,
section" S and 8, township 2 aouth,
range 3 eaat; $1375.
K. II. and Matilda Sletager to J.
G. Dregnle, lot aerie, aection 4,
townahlp 4 aouth. range 1 east; $300.
... Walter L, Mosher to 8. H. Day,
southeast quarter of northwest qtr
ter. aection 16,' township 5 south, range
1 east; $1.
Martha "A. and O. O. Holman to
Christian Blchael. land In section 29,
township 8 aouth, range 5 weat; $300.
Frederick and Emma Swarti to Frad
Wledeman, 25 acrea, aection 22, town
ahlp 3 south, range t weat; $2373. --
S. B. and Emma L Wooater to A.
a . Anderson, north half of aoutheaat
quarter of southwest quarter, aaoUoa
35, townahlp 2 aouth, range 2 aaat;
$2ooo;v , ; i
Anna SAaAd Ftank M. Warren to
First Congregational Churcn ot Ore
gon City, land In Oregon City; quit
claim. .' '
George E. and renco M. Towla
to neck, r. rionev. jt naif of north
east quarter of notUwt-Tjuartar,"aeo-
tlon 21, townahlp I aouta, renre a aaai,
10 acrea; 11100, . ' ' '-' -.V
Frank and Janetta Jagzar to D- C
and A. U Wllllama. Iota g and ,6,
block 2, Oregon City; $1800.
Edward and EmIMe Hattman to Kll
ian and George Schmidt, lota S and 8,
aection 20. townahlp 4 aouth. raaga 8
aaat, and land In section 29. townahlp
4 aouth, range 8 aaat; 12300.
6a rah E. Hathaway ao O. O. Board
man, tot 14. flrat addition to Jenninga
Edward and klM Hattman to AI-
bert aad Emma, fiaaae. 12.81 acres,
aectk XX lownabip s aooto, range 3
east; I22UU.,, . .... '- ..." t ? ;.
Nleta and Menba ginl'b to Ellen E.
ThorfM,iaod lo aatljiU 3 and 4,
township Booth, ranve? t east, 42
acrea; timn). .
Puullne' aitd Fred, gchwarta to Der
Iba K. Surf ua. lota I, 2 and 2. block
Oregon City: jr.W..
Cbartea and Ida lAicfe to Chrlatlan
Kraft, 4i Acres of Jectlon 4, township
4 amth, range 1 east; 13400.
.r,. k. and, MagglQ Cobb to C. O
Thomaa. lot U, Can by Gardens; $625.
Charles T. and Aooett M. Bates to
CbarJca I Batea, land Ip D. U C. of
Philander Lee and wife', township 3
south, range eaat; $ J0
Phillip and CbrlstlaffSchnorr to
Theodore H and Bertha Irene Daven
port, lot 14 of block 3. Wealvnn; $1.
Margaret Kydd to Jamea M- Ertck
mtt. loU S, 6, block 3. Barlow; IJ0O.
J F. A and Minnie B. Knapp to Ed
ward W. and Harriet A. Bartholomew,
1 acrea of aectlon 32, township 1
aotith. range 2 east; $825.
John K. and Caroline Alatead to
Herbert Lucaa. 40 acrea of aection 31,
township 3 aouth. range 2 oaat; $12K.
Aurora Electric Company to Fred
Pbilllpen, .60 of an acre of sections
4 and 9. townahtp 4 south, range 1
'Leona E. Kaymore to MatttA
Dunbaugh; 40 acrea of aection 30,
township 1 aouth range-4 east; $1500.
,John W. and Grace Loder to Will
iam Buchanan, land in aection. 10,
township 3 aouth. range-3 eaat; $10.
. C. and jJFcw Kerr; et al to Rattle
Pteper, lot 4 of block "A," Kerr A
J1;"; un 'ndlor Flra( Addition to MlTwaakht:
rSTTK. -"" -
- Melchoir a.JZt? Atr
held Lehman, lot 2 ot 4tock JueTlS
Flrst Addition to Mllwaukle; $50.
Wants, For Safe I'cftsH
N'otk-es unVr tlMwa ctaaatneA haadtnga
will b Inat-rtad at ona cvnt a wurd. ftrat
Inavrtlon. half a crnt additional Inarr
tina. On Inch card. 11 per month; half
Inch card. (4 lineal tl per month.
Caah mint accompany ordar unices one
haa an oprn account with tha paper. No
financial rraponalblllty for arrora; where
errora occur fr eorrwtrd not ira will be
prlnti-d for patron. Mtnlnrum charge lie.
WANTED Old Rubbers, Copper and
Brass, for which I pay bigheat price.
J. H. Mattley. Seventh Street
WANTED To buy Oregon Beaver or
other rare gold coins. Inquire S.
D. Klger, 33 Madison apartments,
WANTED Small advertisements for
this column. Prices very reason
able. See ratea at head of column.
FOR SALE Space In this column.
Sell that old plow or harrow; you
don't use It since you purchased
your new one.
FOR SALJ2 Span bay mares. 6 and
7 yeara old, weight 1300 pounds;
both sorel and broken; both double
and single drivers; will work any
where; also wagon and harness.
Will sell or trade for real estate.
W. N. Price, 307 Fifth atreet, Ore
FOR SALE A good $10,000 farm for
aale. John W. Loder. Owner. Atty.
at Law, Stevens BldRV"
FOR RENT Liner apace In this col
umn. A few lines may rent that
house, atore or farm; they will coat
you. but a few cents.
LOST Gold wreath pin. Keepsake.
Leave at Enterprise and receive re
ward. LOST 8trayed or stolen: a black
muley heifer, two yeara old; waa
last aeen at Viola; any party know
ing whereabouta ot same -will please
Inform John Egger and receive re
ward; loet alnce June 1. Addreaa
at 8prlngwater, Oregon, Rout .1,
Bog 23. -
O. D.' EBY, Attorney-at-Law, Money
loaned, abstracts furnished, land
titles examined, estates nettled, gew
oral law buslneee. Over Bank: of
fr'RXN aV BCHUBTi-'a .fq
"Law, Dantacher A. i t
tlce la all oourt. i i t
and attleint; C.ioa i i t "sf--
prise Lid. Ort;.C! f.
C T. Too,
Lawyer and Notary
I . ' -- -
CHARLES T. TOOZI A CO.
Real Estate Bought and CoM.
Room 2. Beaver cilg., Or Ctj
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
V. R. HYDE, ABSTRACT OFFICE
Land titles Investigated, conveyan
cing, notary public. Critics compli
ment competitors copy. Room 7
Barclay Bldg., Oregon City, .Oregon.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE Title
Investment Co.. Btevena Bldg.
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR..
HARRY JONES Builder and General
Contractor. Estimate cheerfully
given on ail classes of gliding :
work, concrete walks and reinforced
concrete. , Rea. Phone Main 111. '
DR. L. a ICE. DENTIST Rooms 4,
B and 6 Beaver huilding. Main St,
Oregon City. Phones: Home A-198
and Pacific Statea 1221.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN John W. Loder,
Atty. at Lawi Stevens Bldg.
D- K. BILL, CO.. REAL ESTATE
. Farm. Timber. Grazing. Agricultural
Lands. City Property, 8mall Fruit
vand Poultry Ranches for Sale, Wal
nut Land. . Room 9 Beaver Bldg.,
Oregon City, Oregon.
CYRCS POWELL, REAL. ESTATE
Farms. Timber Land, City Ooo-
Ay-aad-Rental. P 0-ba- J73i
office. 71 Noble Bldg, Main St,
Oregon City. Ore., Main 1382; B-131.
E. COOPER. - Pot rtre InsuriMa .
' and Reel Eatatc. Let ua handle ' 1 .
ur' pToperttee we bay, eeD. J I
sv Oregon1 city, Oregon, r
' v V '
. jeui. yrqprrut'w . we o9J, au aarft .
I . Dldg.,
FREYTAG aV 8W AFFORD, ' Real K
tate Dealera. hate claoiear barxaiam
- ln-farm- landav city and . suburban t? V ' "h:
auinea, gooa iron fauna avna pourtrw r rj , '
ranchaa. Bee ' na for goad kaira- ' " V . 't
Near 8. P. depot."
All good farm land, laya level, 13
acrea under cultivation, balance pas
ture and timber; timber enough on
nlace to pay for land, good -3-rooai
house and barn; good well, two living
streams of water; aaw-mill across the
road from place; 30 roda to atore;
half mile to school; 6 rallea from
Oregon City on macadamized road;
raw land In thla locality cannot be
had for leaa than $60 an acre, and
Improved from $100 to $160 per acre.
We don't ask you that for thla. Why?
Because this man haa two farma and
la anxious to aell thla one. Price.
$4,500; f 1000 down, balance four yeara
at 6 per cent
E. P. ELLIOTT e BON
Oregon City, Ore.
Near Suapenaion Bridge.
SECOND HAND FURNITURE.
SECOND HAND Furniture, Curtoa and
Relics bought, sold and exchanged.
Anything from a darning needle to
a ahlp'a anchor. .'YOUNG, The
Second Hand Man, Main St., Ore
gon City. ,
CV D. I8Y , t
Money loaned, abatracta furujaa-'
ed. land titles examined, esiatee
aettled. general law boataeaa.
Over Bank of Oregon Ctty.
E. C DYE
.Doea soma of aeet abstract
work In covnty. is naraletart
worker la curing defeat fjr-HlvT
Oregon city titles. Lista wtta
a leading Portland firm a.1 gda
listed property. RandJea lnloa
Portland real estate. C- J
' Insurance agent E.r" gt
,kat Ufa lnarraf. V vn 11.
Dya, 8. W. tta'4k Ki
City. Call afternoon
phone. i' . ., . " " '
Electric I S
411 Nata, falwet 4 ari .
OREGON CltV. CK V';
J. J- TOBIN, Frosrtsi. i .
...a,.... i n is. aaaia.
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