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About Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 12, 1911)
MOUNINO JJNTEUPJUHK, TIIUttUDAY. JANUAUY J2, 1911.
LA TO U RETT! Presldsat
of OREGON CITY , OREGON
Met 0e.rsl Banking Business.
GEORGE A. HARDING
PURE DRUasPBRFUMES, TOILET ARTICLES AND - '
STATIONERY. ' PRESCRIPTIONS AND FAMILY RE
CEIPTS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDID.
jl MAIN STREET ' ' ' Next Door lo Postofflce
To Introduc The Morning
roterprls Into a lrs major
i of the homii In Oregon
t and Clackamas county the
r Uieiuent baa decided to
la a special prlcw fur the
)f laau,. lor a abort . time
y, where the subscriber pay
?ar In advance,
carrier,. ald a yer In
Jjr mall, paid a year In ad-:-.
IJ.w. - .
aWople who gave our canvas
fc trial subscription for on
rr rwore montba, at ten cnta a
. k. can have lha daily dell.
I for a year for lioo iy
lug a year In ad vane. .
eopl who av our canvas
r a trial subscription, by
3, for four months at a dol
, may hav th paper for a
r for ft H, If paid a year In
nharrlWs to lb Weekly
iavprls may chant thwlr
mrrlptlona to the dally, re-
Inx rredlt for baif time on
dally that tn weesiy
In advance. nen inev
as lo add cash to the ad
co payment equal to a full
jja advanre payment they
I lake advantage of the 12
fJ. , , ,
fm make thla special price
19 that people who hare paid
tl Advance on some other dally
t wish to take the Morning'
Jrprls. may do ao without
. great eipenae.
3PLC POINTED OUT
I Helen Chamberlain baa rw
1 from Portland, after a brief
I Klrchem, of tSn. paaaed
h thla city Wedneaday on hla
Mllwaukle to attend the meet-
; Pomona Orange.
Vada Elliott, who baa been
IK the paat three weeka with
Charles Officer, of Aberdeen.
returned to her home In thla
Bend ay evening.
.'and Mra. William Williams, or
Due, after visiting relatlvea of
Jter at Coberg and at Kusene.
d to Oregon City Wedneaday
lea Roheaon, the real eatate
who left Monday morn Inn for
on. where he attended the fun
i William JennJnge, baa returned
W. Thomaa. of Molalla, paaaed
thla rlty Wedneaday on bla
t Mllwaukle. Dr. Thomaa la
of Pomona Grange, which hold
City people In attendance at
i Granite meeting In Mllwaukle
sdnesday were Mr. and Mra.
ard, Mr. and Mra. A. J. Lew la,
. M. lAielle. T. J Gary. Capt
and Mra. Ijiwrence Mautt.
ind Mra. J. 8. Lageaon and
jrho have been spending the
jnth with the former's parents,
I Mrs. L .J. Lageaon of Twelfth
tin streets, left yeaterday after
.or their claim which ta about
Ilea from Nyaaa. Oregon. They
t to return to Oregon City next
'Jr. Lageaon baa a good olalm,
tenda to make his future bom
for several yeara.
t, Block, of Portland, was trans
business In this city yesterday,
two Incbea of anow on th
1 John f. Clark appeared at hla
let offlo yesterday morning with
eh of roses which had been
d from hla garden on th Weet
( Mr. larki baa many cholc roae
1 at hla place, and aome of which
javlly laden with buda, but If th
leather remains long, these will
gone. Among th bushes that
w blooming th varieties are
l Cochet, Papa Qontler and th
- ." '
1 Bates, who resides near Esta
irM transacting business In Ore
1 to Becreat's for that hot lunch
ssor to Lenta, 610 Main atreet
Oeorts Hoeye, Dntlst, Ca
Dldf., Oregon City. - v
Coffee and UMiieir
IS OUR HODDY
Finest Roast Collet - - 35c
STH AND MAIN STREETS
r. J. MUTER. Cashier
HE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Opt from I A. M. U I P, M
. PHONES MAIN 2961. HOME, B 34.
.The trustees, of the Congregational
church held a business meotlng Tues
day evening and considered matter
of Interest to the church organization.
This evening there will be a "Roll
Call" service In the parlors of th Con
grKatlonal church. Th meotlng will
de In (he nature of a family reunion.
There will be an effort mad to get
a -'full attendance of membera, and
wher on cannot be present It Is de
tlrm! that aome word be sent for pre
sentation at the meeting. After th
roll call there will be refreshment.
The Woman'a Club wilt bold one of
Ita usually "Interesting meetings thla
afternoon. Tb ansalon -will b held
In th parlors of th Commercial Club,
and Mrs C. 1). l-atourette will talk pn
"A Trip to th Orient." Kefreahmeuta
will be served and an effort haa been
put forth to make this an Interesting
R. U Ihirhain, of Portland, was
Tueadsy night elected president of the
Merrhsnts Nstlonsl Hank', of hla home
Clty He -.wee advanced .from, the,
position of 'vice president and It la
I !! ved la th man for th place, Mr.
I Mir ham Is a native of .Oregon City,
waa born In thla rlty In 1K&. and haa
friend her who will be glad to hear
of bla advancement.
IU. W. M. pnirtor, pastor of the
Congregational church, was called to
Portland Wednesday evening to aol-
emnlxe the marriage of (loorg Harty,
Jr.. to Mlaa Klvla McCoy, both of the
Hose City, The bride Is tj daughter
of Newton McCoy. Rer. Proclor la
personal friend or th contracting
parties and waa choaim lo officiate at
the nuptials because of that fact.
Dr. tieorge Hoey. Dentist, Cau
Held Illdg., Oregon City.
Ust of unclaimed letters at th Ore
gon City Poatofflee for th week end
ing January G: '
Along The Kennebec Co. (IS); Ar-
genalnger, Harry; Cummlnga, II. H.;
Ilouck, Hyron 8 ; Kunie. Rimer; Nlch-
ola. 8. O. ; Nlaacn, Pete; Mmout.
Capt. J. II.; Piper, U; Ruate, Christ:
Sharron, O. E.
Uat of unrlalmed letters at th
Oregon City poatofflc for the week
ending Jnn. 13: '"7
Women'a Hat: Clary, Mra. Maud;
Darvllle, Grace; Draper. Mra. II. F-;
Rmert. Mra. J. T.; Kaulkner, tsiua
l.eth; Foley, Mra. Bridget (2); Hanley,
Mrs Man (2): llarward. Mra. Orlo;
Robinson. Ida; Rtone, Eva; Bwarts.
Mra. A.; Wllllama. Mra. iiara it.
Men's list: Hrown. Jess; Cox.
rrank (It: Conkel. Joseph: Draper,
Arthur; Edlng. J. F-: Ilaug. J. A.;
liongfettler. Max; Miller. H. G.; Nelan.
Jamea F.; Nelson, J. C; Smith, Oil
lert. R.; Thomaa. Walt; Van, BIMy
D. C. Ely's $3.(0 BUk Skirts equal
any sold at $8 and 17--
Mlss Maud Moran Surprised,
hllaa Maud Moran was tendered a
anrnrlui nartv at her home at Mel-
drum Tueadav evening. The' evening
waa pleaaantly spent In games ana
innate, after Mlaa Moran had recov
ered , from ber surprise. Th guest
brought with them a large suppiy oi
fruits, and a luncheon waa served by
th hoateaa' mother, Mra. Moran.
Present were Miss Ona Itenner, Miaa
Edith Smith. Miss Anna Smith, Miss
Vila nammlM. Mlaa Cora Hunt. MlM
Anna Conklln, Miss Lilian Tackelson,
Miss Helen Chamberlain, Lola Conk
lln, Frank Roae, Mr. Scott. Ray Welsh,
George Ott, Millard Glllett.
I.leenana tn marrv war laailftd Tea-
terday to Katherln A. Murphy and
l j. i. jonos, ana i irian uarnier ana
Fred Kelly. .
Tsaohr' Institute at Canby.
Thar will b a local Instttut of
Clackamas County teachera at Canby
Saturday, January 28. The program
la now being arranged ty jouwy
School SuuerlnUndent Gary and will
be announced In a few days.
Freah Candles and Confections at
Dunn's.. Main street, near Poatofflc.
D. C. Ely Is sol agent for th cele
brated Warner Proa. Corset
PASSES RESOLUTION DECLARING
IN PAVOR OP GREAT WAVE
QUARTERLY MEETING kl MILWAUKIE
Oouble", Installation, Takes Place and
J. D'. Chltwood Is Master Orang
Should Oabbl In Pur
MILWAUKIE, Or.. Jsn. II. (Spec
ial ) Criticism of th National Grange
organization In no uncertain lerma
was expressed her today by Pomona
Grange, Patrons of Husbsudry, which
held II quarterly meeting with Mll
waukle Grange. The wave of Insurg
ency that waa backed by Oregon,
Washington, California, Colorado.
Pnnnsylvsnla and Maine, was com
mended In a resolution Introduced by
A. J. lewls, of Maple Lane, and unani
mously adopted, after a favorable re
port from the resolutions committee.
William Heard, I, II. Kirchem and An
na J. l.ewia. The resolution follows:
"Wberess, we believe th Nstlonal
Grange haa not been conducted along
line In accord with true Grange prin
ciples, but m the Interests of factions
and clluuea. to th detriment of the
work , of the Order. , both - legislative
and education, and
-Wheress. at me session or tnat
body held at Atlantic City In -November,
a few loyal patrons and among
them our worthy state mss'ter, entered
a ringing protest against auch proced
"Whereas, we believe It as much
our duty to commend brave and loyal
aerrlce as to condemn disloyalty and
chicanery, therefore be It
"Resolved, that we heartily Indorse
the action of the faithful few In that
aeaslon. and eapeclslly commend the
work of our worthy state master,
Urother C. E. Spence. and the splendid
stand he took for what we bellnve to
be for the good of our. grand Order."
The. addreaa of the retiring master
of Pomona Grange. J. W'. . Thomaa. of
Molalla. was given especially cioae
attention and follows:
This meeting closes my fourth year
aa your servant worthy master. I
have attended all aesalons. save one
In July laat. Whether I have been
worthy of the position you are the
Judges. However, you have kindly
endured me aa the first master to
serve for two two-year terms, during
which time we hsve besrd msny pleas-
ant and Interesting discussions point
ing to the betterment of our domestic
and civil governments.
"Harmony seems to hsve prevailed
In thla organisation, which la Indeed
an encouraging sign on the wsy o pro
gress, and a consistent virtue for an
Grange, to possess, which has for Ita
mission the Instruction and peace.
making for tbe good of the Order In
the auhordlnate Granges.
'Clackamas Pomona Grange de
clared Itself agalnat tbe division or
Old Clackamas County, and her bound
aries still remain Intact.
We are entering upon a period of
gigantic accomplishments and this
Grsnge most needs to be on the alert
to 'suggest,' through vigilant educa
tion, that the measure most favorable
to the tiller of the soil be enacted In
to our laws, ao much the more when
we aee the present organization eman
ating out of the expresa companies to
scare our country merchants Into op
posing the adoption of an American
Report a or the officer were heard.
The retiring lecturer, Mra. Maggie A.
Johnson, waa present at every meet
ing. She had received regular reports
from the subordinate Granges and
much good hsd been derived from tbe
plan of Inviting speaker from within
and without the Grange. The secre
tary. Manilla GUI. reported 99 Initiated.
A. F. Miller made a very Interesting
ststement anent tbe Inaurance depart
ment of the Grange, stating tbe policy
la conservative, that the renewals bad
totaled 11.000,000 and that the Grange
la carrying Inaurance risks aggregat
ing $2,000,000. The duration of tbe
pollrlea haa been extended from three
to five yeara and th terma of th di
rector changed accordingly. Treas
urer Wright reported a balance on
hand of 74. with disbursement for
be year of $55 35.
Much Interest waa manifested In the
report a of aubordlnate Granges. Mo-
lalla No. 310 reported Ita annual fair a
derided aucceaa, and acknowledged
the gift of office chalra from -the Juv
enile Grange. Molalla No. 40 la doing
well, and Clackamas No. 298 Is In a
prosperous condition, with good pros
pects for another year. Warner
Grange haa an orchestra and Ita last
meeting waa the. tjest or th year.
Maple Lane No. 298 la looking forward
to good year, and Harding No. 122
has bargained for a park (met at $100
an acr. with half enough money sub
scribed. This Grange has paid much
attention to the varloua tat amend
menta, and the single tax has been
"cussed and dtscussod." as one mem
ber put It. Harding Grange will In
corporal. Bagle Crek No. -347 ha
had remarkably good programmes and
Oswego No. 175 hsa a very successful
fair. The Juvenile Grange at Oswego
la proaperoua. Damaacua had an en
tertainment that netted $20 and Its
membership increased 11 In tbe year.
Highland Is out of debt and has new
furniture, also a Grange paper. Oar
rteld and Sandy are gaining In mem
bership, and Central and 20th Century
and other Granges had flattering, re
"T. J. Gary. il. O. Starkweather and
Mist Kate Casto, comprising the com
mute on condolences, reported that
Anna Mary Barnes, Minnie Bryan Bell
and Mark Manley Jonea had paaaed
to-the Great Unknown. , . . - ,
Mm. Magi A. Johnson waa elected
aeofeUry to auceeed J. W. Thomaa, re
feigned, and Vernon Larklna waa
named aa aaalatant steward in place
of M. J. Laiell. who declined to aerve,
A. J. Lewis. J. L. Johnson and J. L.
Casto were appointed a finance com
Several entertaining apeeobes were
made, one by State Lecturer H. A,
DardalL who said the Grange should
dabble tn pur politics, but not In par
tisan politics, and that me National
Grange had displayed ao much par
tisanship that all the Orange south
of th Mason and Dixon line, except
Texaa, had dropped out, there being
2$ state represented at tbe National
fr VaU talked on the work of tbe
Grsnge women and urged the appoint
ment of a committee of three from
each Grange to look after the women'
ork. The thanka of Pomona Grange
were tendered to MrsVsll. who con-
dueled tbe Installation of officers and
to Mr. Dlckerson. who aaslsted. Tbe
following; officers of Pomona Grange
and Mllwaukle Grange were Installed!
Pomons J. D. Chltwood, master;
Mrs. A. J. Lewis, lecturer; Vernon
Larklna, assistant atewardf T. IL A.
treaaurer; Mrs.. Maggie A. Jonnson,
secretary;' Albert Lynn,- gatekeeper;
Mahala Gill, Pomona; Mra. Mautz,
lady altant ateward.
Mllwaukle Anna Parellua, master;
John Jsmes, overseer; M . A. Johnson,
secretary: T. IC A. Sellwood, cbap
lain; Carl Hanson, steward; E. W.
Dunnell, aaslstant steward; O. II. Naef,
treaaurer; Ella Maple, recording aec
retary; Kate Caato, financial secre
tary; A. Gcrtsen, gstekeeper; T. J.
Anderson, Ceres; Florence Robblns,
Flora; Jennie Davla. Pomona; Ella
Rawle, lady aaslstant ateward; J. K.
Kelso, member of executive commit
Pomona Grsnge accepted the Invi
tation to meet with Aberuethy Grange
at Park place next April.
"SARDINES' TO TOUR EMPIRE.
Heir te British Thren Soon t Clrel
Word cortie from Unnlnu flint "Hnr
dine' I prepitrliig for h trip over Hie
vuat empire llml bi ln:ty rule aome
dHy. It will anrprlM Mime lo leurn
that this plwntiirlill nl ktumie Is oue
of the' proud opww-i.ii of Kdwsn!
Allien, duke of fijruvoiir, wmn lo l-e
Prince of Wulea sod belr npprVut lo
tbe ItrillHli tliroue. but aiieh la the
It was a lirlglil tlioui.li Involved bit
of schoolboy loirie th.it giive King
George's clilext n tbe iiiiut- of "H.-ir
dines. " It wns during tiU term at tbr
kSWASD AIBKBT. DrgB OP CO It N A II.
naval a-hol st - Osltourne. Isle of
W Ik tit. In order to show tbeir Indif
ference to his rank Jil fellow cadets
transformed - a leu" ""1 rtTO AV h I e."
and then a brlllimit thought evolved
"Voting whales are fln. aud Bb are
sanllnes." And Sirlliu,7i" he re
Edward Allwrt will become Prince
of Wale the coming summer at the
hletortc Carnarvon abbey In bin princi
pality, ami tjen he will mnke tbe trip
w hich will take him to nil parta of the
British empire. He Is now alxteen
years old. a hearty sailor lad with a
knowledge of engineering, and Is now
facing- a naval career, aa did his father.
Divorce Suite Piled.
The following suits for divorce have
bem Instituted In the Circuit Court:
Perclval Walton vs. Emma P. Wal
Eleanor Pearl Bertram va. William
Carl Bar tram.
John Carlson va. Josephine ' Ther
- Go to Secrest'a for that hot lunch
successor to Lents, 610 Main atreet
Every Tub1 Stands
On Its Own Bottom.
And so does every town.
If be bottom of this town drops out,
what are we going to stand onT
And the bottom will drop out- -"
a .. .... , ... : y '
Jt w fall to stand together and work
together for the good of the communi
ty myself, yourself and the other fst
lovr. ' , , . .' ... .
In order to bntlA to the top,N,ter)
nnst be a solid bottom. -,
w tr t
SAYS PRESENT OF ROAD BUILD
ING MEETS-APPROVAL OP
BURDEN IS EQUALLY APPORTIONED
Dover Man Think Districts Levying
Special Tax Should B Aided
Beyond Thos Who Spend
Only Gnrl Revenue.
EAGLE CREEK. Or.. Jsn. 10, Road
District No. 41, Dover. (Editor o the
CnlA.tirl.hl T hava kAAn luilln wlfK
interest yourdltorials on road mat
ters and am pleased to know that you
are Interested In same. I also am Im
pressed that you are aiming to treat
the matter fair and unprejudiced.
flince you. have Invited a discussion,
I will aay s few things because this Is
a question that greatly Interests me..
Possibly because, while quite a young
man, I was my aider's foremen when
he waa a street contractor and graded
many of the early Streets In East Port
land. This would naturally give me
an eye for following grade stajces and
an Interest In good road building. My
real Interest In roads during tbe past
16 years Is because I have been an
extensive user of them and that not
with an automobile. but In the old
fashioned wsy, by team, on horse back
and not a little on foot. I am not op
posed to the -auto" and the only reas
on I do not have one Is because I can
not afford It. During these 16 years
I have need tbe roads quite extensive
ly In seven counties, Multnomah,
Waahlngton, Tillamook. Polk, Ysmblll,
Marlon and Clackamas. I hsve
watched Clackamas come out of a mud
hole of despafr until she Is ranking
well wiihlhe counties In road building
and by far ahead of some or her neigh
bors. I can well remember wnen
Multnomah was as bad a mud hole
aa Clackamas ever dare be.
The best system ror a county to op
erate under, I believe, la th question
asked to be discussed. I have no
fault to find with our past county
court I think they did splendid work
and I believe It has been the best four
yesrs of, road building In the history
of Ibe county. Their system through
out was good and I believe that anoth
er four years under the same system
will do far more than tbe past four
The bridges have been tneir heavi
est burden but they now are practical
ly all In good condition. We are Just
getting acquainted with the special
tax queston and that Is the only ays-
tern which gives each locality the privi
lege of solving Its own road problems
and It Is doing It where properly en
couraged and that Is the reason for
the increasing demand for the division
or road districts. I believe that any
neighborhood that Is willing to assume
Its own burden or road building ahould
be given the privilege. Tbe special
tsx Is not a burden to resident taa
payers because they soon earn It back.
I believe that road districts which
are levying heavy special tax ahould
be aaslsted or encouraged by the
county court in preference to the ones
who do not. If 1 were a member or a
county court It would indeed have to
be a very extreme case to Induce me
to agree to appropriate one dollar to
a district which did not levy a tax first
to help Itself or make a very liberal
I understand that the past court has
worked on a policy of giving to the
rural districts every dollar or the gen
eral road levy belonging to that dis
trict and this only ralr and as It ought
to be. The road supervisor problem
Is probably the greatest or all and I
doubt very much If a general super
visor or road engineer would solve
that problem. I am quite sure that
the placing or a county like Clackamas
Into one or two road districts would
not do It. We have tried electing the
supervisors and It wss a flat failure.
In fact we are Just recovering from
that dilemma and I hope Clackamas
has too good sense to ever try the ex
periment again. The petition plan
may do almply as a suggestion or In
dication to the court and yet It often
results very disastrously. By this plan
neighborhoods are torn to pieces,
friends are made enemies and often
the moat Incompetent man Is put Into
office. ' The most competent road sup
ervisor Is not1 always the most popular
man In the district. In fact It Is some
times the reverse of that. I have
known men to oppose very competent
road sn per visors simply because they
tried to make them earn their wage,
because they Insisted on a day's work
ror a day'a pay.
Thla Is where the great leak or
wsste or road money comes In, Is In
competent road supervisors. I doubt
very much whether a g nerai super-
vloni- would overc me -.this difficulty
sny better or so well as the present
system for he would draw big pay
and bla lob would largely depend on
his popularity with the district super
visors. However, snouia we ever oe
so unfortunate as to get back to the
old elective system of the district sup
ervisors, then I would say by all means
have the county court appoint a gen
eral supervisor so some one would be
responsible to the court.
I believe we should select ana elect
men to our county court who know
the county well enough that they are
competent to select competent men
for supervisors regardless ot petition
or personal pull. The past court, I
believe, waa doing tnia ana i Deneve
if left alone the present court will
soon get thla problem In hand.' I be
lieve our present commissioners are
thoroughly competent for each to over
see one-half the county and I believe
Judce Beetle Is well enough versed
with the county to fin it a sort, of
aeneral oversight, The cheapest inon
ev that Clackamas county , ever paid
out and from which It received the
best returns was John Lswellens ex
nens account -The present system
Is working welL . By all means give
the new court a chance and do not
force them out of a good system Into
some, radical exoirlment because that
will only retard road work and be ex-
penalve to taxpayers. ;
- Above all things do not encourage
the legislature to tamper' with our
preeent system but say to them "bands
off this session anyhow. ...
J, W. EXON.
Oo to Secrest'a tor that hot lunch
successor to Lenta, (10 Main street
Celleeters Piss I Sid by Sid WKh
Late In tbe eighteenth 1-vnfury there
wss developed In UhetTleld. England,
s new method of fusing s thin pUtv
of silver upon copper or braaa which
was cnrlsTr-ned with the nam of tb
city. Attaching silver to Imaer metdl
by means of solder had been -known
from remote time. Tbe guy cnparlHon
of horse end rider In the touruument
made a demand for work' of this sort
a.nd Otley, a little town to the north
of Hhcfrleld, waa long s renter of Its
trade,' ssys Handicraft. ' It. U related
that as the call of such trappings went
out Its rrsftsmsn drifted toward Htief
OHtLaud It W not unlikely that through
their knowledge and skill tbe copiwr
plating was perfected.
It was at once rrcoirnlzed and copied
by the, French, who bad hitherto
known only tbe joining by means of
solder, and wss nacd for fifty yenr or
more, when tbe modern procena of
electroplating suiwrsedeil It . r'or s
time sfter the dlacovery of the Istler
method, following a common fnw.'lhe
old plate wns discredited snd ninny s
One piece suffered In carelots hand.
Today collectors pla'-e s choice piece
of Sheffield plate side by side with
Tbe standard of silver lu England.'
which Is also our own, has renminbi
practically unchanged for 500 years.
Two hundred years sgo It was ruined
for sbout twenty-five years, but the
test of wear proved It too soft to be
dursble. This silver has the figure of
Britannia stamped upon it and I
known to the trade s Queen Anue
silver. Its standard Is atlll lawful, but
seldom called for. With tbe date and
sterling mark of all Engllah silver are
alno the mark of the office In which
It 1 assayed and tbe registered mark
of the maker or the shop from which
It Is sold. There sre now seven offices
where silver msy be sssayed. some of
tbe older- ones, like York snd Exeter,
bsvtng been discontinued. Loudon U
the oldest a aiong them. Its leopard's
head being so highly esteemed that It
Is not unusual for manufacturers in tbe
other Cities to send tbelr work there
for Its mark. At the Goldsmiths' ball.
In London, date letters are preserved
from tbe time-of Queen Elizabeth:
Edinburgh baa date letters from tbe
aeventeentb century and Ironlln from
somewhat later, but for the most part
tbe- lists begin -Hose upon tbe date of
onr Independence. that of Sheffield
starting Id 1773, -
A Luxurious Layatts Basket.
Tbe young mother who receive as a
layette present one of these con
venient and dainty - baskets Js very
lucky. Underneath the dressing baa-
BASEST TBIMMED WITH USX SATIS ASD
Let Is a deep receptacle In which the
Uttle garments may be kept con
veniently at hand, and both dressing
basket and wardrobe beneath are pro
vided with satin doors that close'tlgbt
ly, keeping dust from the pretty In
terior. The basket Illustrated Is trim
med with pink satin, snd smart bows
of pink ribbon are tied to tbe handles.
Braga'a Wife Sticks to Hem.
Pechora Braga, wife of Theophllo
BrSga. president of the new Portu
guese republic. Is proud of the honor
conferred on ber husband, but she re
grets tbe Interruption to their forty
three yesrs of quiet aomestic happi
ness. She la pleased that ber bus
band's writings snd bis fight for equal
ity have been recognised, but abe does
not wish for any honors herself snd
Insists tbelr quiet Uttle home. In a one
story bn tiding on a cliff overlooking
the Tag-us, In Cms Quebrsda. shall not
be disturbed. The home Is modestly
furnished, but cosy. The Bragas never
hsve been wealthy. Their Income,
though small, baa Just been enough to
support them. "We married for love."
sakl Senhora Braga. "We alwsys have
been poor and alwsys happy with each
other, except for our great sorrow that
we now sre childless, for we are ever
mourning the loss of our son and our
daughter twenty years ago. 'My girl
would have been forty now, snd 1
should -hsve had grownup grandchil
dren around me."
Wash Dsy Shewer.
A wash day shower was the nsme
of a unique affair given In honor of a
bride to be. She was ushered into tbe
parlor. In which a clothesline waa sus
pended after tbe manner of wash day,
and on It were hung the various gifts.
She wss provided with a big "sure
enough" clotbesbasket and ordered to
"take In the wash," which was neatly
pinned on the line. The "wash" con
sisted of varloua articles needed for
daily domestic tasks. There were dish
towels, dust cloths. Ironing blankets,
kitchen aprons, a clothespin bag In
Which she hsd to collect tb pins and
ft frame on - which to roll tbe line
When ahe hsd taken It down, and as
a cltmsx the tin tubs stood In one cor
ner . i '- , y ;
Try Dnnn for Cigars and Smokers'
Good a. Next to Powtofflce.
Real Estate ;
C T. Toose, .
Lawyer and Notary
CHARLES T. TOOZf A CO.
Real Eatat Bought and Bold.
I. Beaver Blat, Orwjon Ctty
Wants, For Salz, etc.
will tm Inaerled at ona nnl a word, flral
Inaartlon. half pent additional War
tl.ma. (me Inch card. 13 par month; half
toirh card. (4 lines)-tl par month.
Cud must reamiwnr orriar unless one
na an open amount with the paper. H
flnanotaj raaponaltnlllr fur error, wher
errore orrur fra rorrrt4 notice will be
printed fur patron, Minimum hara llo.
WANTED Girl or woman for general
housework. Apply 1305 Main Bt.
WANTED Old Rubbers, Copper and
Brass, for which I psy highest price,
J. ir Mattley, Seventh Htreet. --w-
W ANTED To buy Oregon Beaver or
other rare gold aolns. , Inquire 8.
D. Klger, 13 Madison apartmenta,
WANTED Small advertise" en ts for
this column, prices very reason
able. See rata at head of column.
FOR 8ALE Space . In this column.
Sell that old plow or harrow; you
don't us It' since yon purchased
your new one.
FOR SALE Span bay mares, 6 and
7 years old, weight 1300 pounds;,
both sorel and broken; both double
. and single drivers; will work any
where; also wsgon and harness.
.Will sell or trsde for real estate.
W. "N. Price, 307 Fifth Btreet, Ore
gon City. " ,
FOR SALE A good f 10.000 farm ror
sale. John W. Loder1, Owner. At,ty.
at Law, Stevens Bldg.
FOR RENT Liner space In this col
umn. A few lines msy rent that
house, store or farm; they will cost
you but a few cents.
O. D-. EBT, Attorney-et-Law, Money
loaned, abstracts furnished, land
titles' examined, estates' settled, gen
eral law business. Over Bank of.
U'REN k 8CHCEBEL, Attorneysat
Law, Deutscher Advokat, will prac
, tlce In all courts, make collections
and settlements. Office In Enter
prise Bldg., Oregon City,- Oregon. '
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
V. R. HYDE, Abstract Oifice
Land titles Investigated, conveyan
cing, notary public. . .
OMPCTITOaS COPY '
Room 7, Barclay Bldg Oregon City.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE Title
Investment Co., Stevens Bldg.
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR.'
HARRY JONES Builder and General
Contractor. ' Estimstes cheerfully
given on all classes of building
work, concrete walks and reinforced
concrete. Res. Phone Main 111.
DR. L O. ICE. DENTIST Rooms 4,
5 snd 6 Beaver building. Main St,
Oregon City- Phones: Home A-198
and Pacific States 1221. .
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN John W. Loder,
Atty. at Law, Stevens Bldg.
D K- BILL CO.. REAL ESTATE
Farm, Timber, Grazing, Agricultural
Lands, City Property, Small Fruit
and Poultrv Ranches for Sale. Wal
nut Land. Room 9 Beaver Bldg.,
Oregon City, Oregon.
CYRUS POWELL, REAL ESTATE
Farms, Timber Land City. Prop
erty and Rentals. P. O. box 172;
office. 716 Noble Bldg., Main St.,
Oregon City, Or-. Main 1382; B-131.
E. H. COOPER. For Fir Insurance
and Real Estate. Let as handle
your properties we buy, sell and
exchange. Office In Enterprise
Bldg., Oregon City, Oregon.
FREYTAG ft SWAFFORD. Real Es
tate Dealers, have choice bargains
In farm lands, city and suburban
home, good fruit lands and poultry
ranches. See us for good buys
Near 8- P. depot
13 ACRES .
of sandy loam, all good farm land free
from stone and gravel. 3 acre In
cult, balance all slashed, burnt and
seeded but one acre and has been for
a good many years so the clearing Is
not very hard ; 4 room box bouse, barn
20x22; good well, also borders the
Tualatin river. This Is fine peach,
berry or garden land. In fact good for
anything - that grows; 4 miles of
Oregon City on a macadam road; 10
miles oi rurimnu on. a macaum ruwu.
The price of this place has always
been $2650 but for a quick sale owner
will take $2200. $800 down, balance
3 years at 6 per tent ' ' '
E. V. ELLIOTT V SON
" Oregon City, Or.
Near Suspension Bridge. ; '
SECOND HAND FURNITURE.
SECOND HAND Furniture, Curio and
Rallcs bought, sold and exenangen.
' Anything from a darning needle to
a ship's anchor. . YOUNG. The
Second Hand Man, Main gt. Ore-
411 Mala, letwccs 41 a and M U.
. OREGON CITY. 0. .
J.J J. TOaiN, JrTnprlet.
If .yen wmM te
BUY A FARM,
' BUY A MOMt,
BUY A LOT,
coas. t. Tcarrfc e?
AntT If ye) wswrt t tell frni, fee tr
la c ti .