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MORNING ENTEUPJtlHE. SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1911.'
I LATUUHBTTI Prealdeoi.
HE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of OREGON CITY, OREGON
jeoeta neral Banking Byalnsss.
GEORGE At HARDING
; ' PURI DRUGS. PERFUMES TOILET "ARTICLES AND
STATIONERY. PRESCRIPTIONS AND FAMILY RE
CEIPTS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED.
) J t MAIN STREET
OPLC POINTED OUT
1 Adelaide Porter, of Kalecada.
' a I ha city Friday calling on
'.' CTtn Korher, prtimlnoiit bualneaa
-ITU ft Canby, waa transacting bual
MSI tjk Oregon C'lljr Thuraday.
-1" Tneylfl W. Iiartlctt. of Rata
V ae In Oregon City Friday look
f er legal matters of Interest to
! jot. ;;
it r i. IL Humphreys and yom
lward, who have been III for tba
peek, threatened with paeumo-
I Don Meldrum. who baa been III
tX t f fcoma on Twelfth and Waehlng
tca t tarts, I able to be out after aev-
th a lllnss
Undney. one of the prominent
a of tba atate, who la at pree-
JIlMg Olm dlUl IVIR H V V"Mll
I Oregon City on bualneaa yea-
Ballay. eon, of tba lata Ambrose
; who formerly resided In this,
visiting relatives In Or-nun
t Mr. flatley'e residence la In
W Rrownellhae not yat report-
business since his attack of tba
jt thlnka ha baa far enough re
I ao ba will be abla to ooma to
t Becrest'a for that hot lunch
r: or to Lenta, 610 Mala street,
nri Mitchell, clerk In tba of
f f County Assessor J. K. Jack.
. Jl hive for har homa today at San
Sere aha will visit with her par-
;jr a faw daya.
-;C p Becrest'a fr that hot lunch
jaor to Lenta, 610 Main atreet
tehKroat'haa ll'lit mind to" go up
I Alaska country tba coming aum
nd la waiting patently until the
whan tha aeaaon opens, lia ex
j to work at hla trade aa csrpen
d will hava Job boat building.
... . .
'0. Kly'a 3I0 flllk Bklrta aqual
ld at 10 and $7-
' 1 ",
prnjamln Ihinllttla and aon,
acnntly movixl from Vancouver.
ii ana hava bfn vlaltlng with
joollttla'a paranta. Mr. and Mra.
t Doollttla. ara thla weak the
I of Mr. and Mra. W. C. Green.
Haoraa lloeva. Dentlat.
Jlldg., Oregon City.
V Robert Wlleun. Mra. K. T,. Art
Xra. lJna Charman,- K Adama
Vav. V. Mr- Proctor ware among
yegon City people who went to
f Krldiy morning, where they
the day with the bereaved fam
ine late Mra. W. J, Ooraon.
Bacreat'a for that hot lunch
lor to Inta, 610 Main itreet.
;ea 10c doiea at Beeley'a.
nn for Clcare and B mo ken
Next to Poatofflce.
( For fine shoe repairing go to
HE OLD RELIABLE OREGON'
CITY SHOE STORE
Y Work done while you wait
: Oor Mottot Satisfaction Goarantccd
I C. SCHOENHEIIVI, Pfoprictor
716 Main Bet- Sixth and Seventh. - ;
T m PEARL
Everything Strictly Fresh. Short Or
ders Our Specialty
;GAN & O'DONNEL,
Between 5th and
Coffee and Butfer
IS OUR HOBBY
J. Finest Roast Coffee - - 35c '
Best Butter in the State 80c ;
. 8TH AND MAIN STREETS
r. i. METER, Cashier
Open frem I A. M. U I P. M
2961. HOME, B 34.
Next Door lo Postoffice
Mra. Itlchard llarrlaon, who la auf
ferlng from grip, la reported better
and bopea to be up and about In a day
The Eaatern Star will meet In the
Manonlc hall Sunday aftornoon, at
1:30 to attend the funeral of Mra. W.
J. Gordon In a body. All membera
urged lo be preaent.
Mr. and Mra. A. 8. Cllnefelter, or
Oawego, are on tba alck Hat. They
are tbe parent a of Mra. Zimmerman,
wife of the paator of tbe M. K. church
Meaara J. Ivlil and O. E. fYeytag,
two dualling Oregon. CUy "Uve
Wlrea whether membera of that or
ganization or not were -tn-Tortland
on buaneaa rrlday;
Tbe grand Jury will not meet until
unia lima In Aurll. unJeaa called In
apeolal aeaalon. The preaent outlook
RnjIHI OTMM'U. ,ivwvu
la that the bualneaa of the courte can
wall for the regular aeaalon
J. .George Bchiller, arreated for mak
ing a gun play at the boaraiug bouae
on Beventh atreet W'edneaday night,
waa fined 110 or to aerve 2I daya lu
Jail. Not having the money to pay
hie flue he waa committed to Jail, and
wilt lay out the fine.
Ira rea, who Uvea on tbe hill, waa
Injured In a coaadng accident about S
o'clork Friday night. The accident
occurred at a polut near to Waahlng
ton and Heventn. and the young lad
waa quite aerloualy hurt.
Mlaa Vadna llarrlaon, the daughter
if Mr.: and Mra. Itlchard Harrtaon,
living at Twelfth and Monroe atresia,
la reported better today. The younr
lady had diphtheria and when recov
ering from that waa taken with a com
plication rf alltuenta and It waa feared
ahe would not aurvlve. but la today
reported better and la thought to be
out of danger. . N
" Dr. Edward II. Todd, vice prealdent
of Willamette I'nlveralty. who wlU
Mend a week In Clackamaa county
aoon vlaltlng the achoola here, will
mench In tbe M. K. church Hundav.
January 12, la the morning. Aa be la
well known educator whom maoy
. ... nnn win I xi aind to hear It
'a probable that there will be a large!
audience turn oui io aee nim. . ,
Jnmea Bmllh Krlday completed a
10 day a aentence In the county Jail
for reaai'lt and battery and waa re
leaaed by Sheriff Maaa.
Wilbur II. Wllllama haa Inailtuted
a ault for divorce axalnat Francea H.
Wllllama. through hla attorney, Gor
don K. Hayea.
The eatate of the late Effle Mon
erlef waa admitted to probate Friday
and Edward tk Wllllama waa appoint
Go to Bocreafa for that hot lunch
successor to Lents. 6U Main atreet.
License to Marry.
. . r ranted Frl-
day to Gertie Hchmldt and Clifford
nest Jap. rice 6o a pound at secley'a
6th, on Main Strtet
A CAMPAIGN OF EDUCATION TO
BE WAOEO AND VOTE TAKEN
AT GENERAL ELECTION.
W$M TO BE PUT -TO USE
. f .
frmr and Laboring-Men of the
State May Combine to Becure "
More Equitable Ad- ' '
The blggnat queatlon that tbe Ore
gon vol era have had to deal with by
their direct vote, alnce the adoption of
the Initiative, will be an Inane In each
county In thla atate commencing with
The queatlon of exempt lona and
taxation la to go to the voter a of each
county of the., atate eeparately by
Initiative petition at. thla early date,
and after ' an -educational campaign
will be dlapoeed of at the general
election In 111 I.
The Initiative la to be brought Into
n mi now on the tag qu a lion to aatlafy
the united demand of farmera, bual
neaa men, manufacturer and wage
earnera. The movement haa already taken
definite form In several counties of
the atate through the county organl
catlona of men from the farm, from
bualneaa and labor.
The queatlon will be preeented at
tha eighth annua convention of the
Oregon Federation of Labor, which
convenes In Salem next Monday.
A resolution will be Introduced at
the convention which will have for Ita
purpoae the- aecurlng of the co-operation
of the Labor tTnlona of the atate
with the farmera and bualneaa mery
In preaentlng a county tag law to be
put on the local ballot of each county.
Thla - movement te made poealble
by the labor tag amendment adopted
by the votera of Oregon at the taat
general election, which glvea the vot
ers of counties the exclusive power to
aay how they shall' be taxed for any
purpoae whateoever and what property
If any ahall bo exempt from taxation.
The propoaed tag measure will ex
empt from taxation thoee thlnga nee
eeaary to the existence, uae and com
forf of mankind and to place the tax
on valuea created by society other
than by lalior power.
Specifically the propoaed law will
exempt labor products such ss orch
arda, houses, fences and all such Im
provementa on and .In land, live atock.
farm Implementa, personal property.
buildings, etc.. while franchise valuea.
water power, the valuea In land owner-
ehlp and tnonoply created by our ever
growing population will be taxed.
It la pointed out by-the many ad
vocatea of the propoaed meaaure that
the farmer, labor and legitimate bual
neae will greatly profit by the law. aa
It will remove unnatural barriers
w hich n5r aerVe a a mesne of creat
ing a large Idle apeetilatlve claaa of
men who live, not br useful labor, hut
entirely off of the products of labor.
Complete line Ulcbardeon'e alike
first prlte winner at D. C. Ely"a.
Ir. Ceorge Hoeye. Dentlat, Cau
field Illdg .: Oregon City. .
The beat Homemade Bread that can
b baked; you can get It at ScVader"
Takery. on Main street near Poatof
flee. 3'rWtund bog of aoda cracke'a !0c at
rood hard wheat flour ft. Z0 sack at
. PI EASE NOTICE.
To Introduce The Morning
Fnternrlse Into a lrge major
ttv of the homes In Orcson
City and. Clackamas county the
management haa decided to
make a apeclal price for the
dally Issue, for a short lime
a only, where the snbecrlber psya
a vear In sdvan"e.
Dy carrier, paid a year In
By mall, paid a year In ad-
' People who gave our canvaa-
aer a trial auhscrlptlon for one
or more montha, at ten centa a
week, csn have the dally dellv-
" ered for a year for 13.00 by
paying a year In advance.
e People who gave our canyaa-
e aer a trial subscription, by
mall, for four montha at a dol-
lar. may have the piper for a
year for $3.00, If pi Id a year In
Subscribers to the weekly
Enterprise may change their
subscriptions to the deny, re-
celvlng credit for half time on
the dslly thst -the weekly Is
psld In advance. When tbey
a choose to add cash to the ad
it vance payment equal to a full
f year'a advance payment they
may take advantage of the II
' We make thla apeclal price
ao that people who have paid
In advance on some other dally
and wish to take the Morning.
Enterpiiae. may do ao .without
too great expenae. "
K. O. and Mary W. Adama to ML
Mood Land Co., north 14 aerea of west
half of northwest quarter of southeast
quarter, section 24, townahlp I aouth,
ranre B east, 14 seres;' ft.
Mt. Hood Land Co. to B. F. and BL
H, Hart, aouthwest quarter of south
east quarter, aectlon 29, township I
south, range 6 eaat, 60 acreaj ft.
Mt. Hood Land Co. to B. F. Hart,
south half of northwest quarter, aouth'
weat quarter of southeast quarter,
section 6, township S aouth, range S
aati II. -
Fred B. Black t - ML Hood Land Co,
southwest quarter of northwest quar
ter, aectlon 6. township t south, range
6 asst. except 2 eacree off north aide
of tract, 88 acrea; 11.
B. R. and B. F- Hart to Mt. Hood
Land Co., undivided half Interest In
northeast quarter of aouthwest quar
ter; north half of southeast quarter of
aouthwest quarter, . aectlon 6, town
ship 2 south, range 6 east, CO acres;
Aed Mow lia Waa luJd.nly Cored
f Mia Prejudice
BY CLARISSA MACKIE '
Coprrfcht. ivil, by Amrkin fre
Jliu lluditou IuukIx-J uproarlouslj
when ItaiUMey told liliu aUut It. lly
dear Peter." eXcliiiuH'd (he HkIiI beurt
ed youth wlivn be bud cauitbt U
breath, "you of all men to be appoint
ed guardian pro teui. of a ynuuic am)
lovely girl! Kbe l young and lovely.
I euppoNeT Wby didn't tbey lk out
some woumu to send ber to. ell" .
"Tbey did." aald llainey. rtddiiilug.
"They wrote to my loimln. Mra. rVr
rla. whom tbey knew-for years iM-fore'
tbey weut to China. Ihat ibey wer
sending the girl to Iht for a year's
vUlt. It iteenia abe he)el a chnrige
of air, ami Cousin Alary hud InvltM
her. Then aflef the girl' willed my
cousin, as you know, dliil Muddraly.
and It waa only while I was IihiUuk
lulo ber aers that I b-arixnl the girl
was comlnsln fuct. wan un the way
There are no other women in uiy fa.j
lly to aeud ber to. and I have no friend
to call iiku lo such sit eimTKewy.""
"That comes of beliig un si rant wo
man baler.' aald Iluilt'in b-artleAly
"What are you going lo do about tbe
"Walt till !e couiea nml st-nd her to '
tbe Young Women's ClirUtian bsk'm-Is-tlon,
I rues. I've cubli-d to bi-r par
ents telling them of tbe sltustlon sml
asking for Instruction!."
Mr. IIudMon bowl.-d Joyfully. "UIJ
you tell tbetn.you were youog anJ
hsndsouie and a rk-b bar b-lor tolratr
"Rcsrcely roim for all thst In a ca
ble, you know." retunn-d Hanwey rool-
ently. "Joking aside. Jim. I don't know
what to do. You nee, tl)e girt, was to
wire Cousin Msry when she reached
Ran Francbw'o aaytng wbnt train ahe
would take for New York. I've got lo
meet that train."
"Lucky you." murmured Mr. flud-ton
enviously. "Nobody ever Intnmted me
with a young ami lovely dnupbter, and
If her people had seen you Drat tbey
would recall ber at om e. Heard front
"No. Kxpe't a cable nvst any mo
ment. They're ualssloii.uie. you I-now.
After tbe heathen Chinee nml nil th' t."
"Wbkh sccouots for i heir bl'dllke
trust In" Mr. Hudson never fln:bel
tbe eentence. for at th-t ln-l-nt n xerr-
ant brought a cablejrram ti hi frleud. J
Bamsey tore It on and rend nplilly
Hold Quaale for lrtir BJMPSON.
Ramsey never understood wby tbla
brief inesaage should send Jim Hudson
Into another roar of Inucbter. He
atared at his friend with rising Indig
nation. "I ssy. old mnn." be protest
ed, "there's no need to make quite a
fool of yourself, you know. The young
lady I In aomethlng of a fix. aud h
"I AM taTSR RAMSKT.
will be all broken up over Cousin
Mary's death. Just advise me. Jim:
there's a good fellow. . It will be all
rltfbt to send ber to the Y. W. C. A
nendluff ber father's letter of Instruc-
tloux. won't It T"
Hudson's fsce sobered. "Just thi
place. Peter. Wby don't you go and
engsge a suit for ber? Then you can
take ber directly there as soon aa she
"I'll do that now." said Ilaniaey. re
lieved. "I'm watching out for Mtsa
Simpson's mexaage to my couxtn. It
will be eent down to me here from the
The meeaage came nesi day. It was
addreaned to Mrs. rVrrbt. and. accord
ing to Peter's Instruction, It bad been
sent down to his olflco. It was natural
Will srrlve New Tork Thursday on
Sha- limited, dua tt I p. m. GU8AIE.
Peter Hauler. tereft of all his own
womankind and very shy wkeiv others
were concerned, felt a pleaasnt .Ittle
tingle tn the Intimacy of th signs ure
even If It had not been Intended cr tiltn.
He waa surprUed at hla own Im
patience as the hour drew nesr for the
arrival of the strange girl who had
come ao oddly Into hla care. . ! Tom
the few letters bearing on tbe subject
that he bad found among bla cousin's
effects he had gathered that Gusale
Bhnpson waa a very attractive girl
and that she waa Inclined to Impul
siveness, and from that he concluded
the must be young. .
It wss 5 o'clock on Thursday when
Peter Pamaey reached the Ceetrel sts-
BO YOU WANT S)
ANYTHING . . . K
Tty the Classifed Coloincs of the
3000 Readers Dally
n. lie lisif dreseel blmeelf with e
ornsl csre sml bail bluabeil to detect
bluuMlf bealialing oer I be rbolcr of
S Uekt1e. Now t Li.i 1 be waa renily
Slid wslllug be w eieeelliiKly oerv
oua and wNUtd birilly l lint be had
InifireitseU Jim llii'laou Into bis sere-k-e.
Jim's reudy wli aud natural tact
where women were concerned wonlil
le of InentlinHlile lienelli to bla more
- In tbla cse to think waa to act. and
5 JO found. I'rler In a telephone IxxMh
frantically railing for Jim' flul"n to
meet him at the ststlon at once.
"(Jet down here before tl. for henv
en's anker" )leiidi-l Hie woman li.it er.
"Keep cmI, old msn." lunxli d llnd
son? "I'lHie there without fiill "
J-ust as the Hhore llinltml i-sme h lin
ing to s standstill Jlm.llmlsin burat
lntovlew, ills eyes met Kaimwr's,
and then together they walked allenrly
down tbe plutform twsrd the crowd
thst wss pouring from tbe a-ste.
It waa Itsmsey who ssw her Hr"".
stepping like a young god-let, ber
lorcly eyes. seeking rnlnly fr a ft
miliar fac snal finally meeting hla In
troubled Inquiry; From the crown of
her blue velvet toue to tbe tl' of b-r
pstent lesther boot she waa tin imwl
exquisite cresture Peter Its inaey b -d
ever seen He drew a sVirn bretitli
snd Inslsntly forgot bis dlffl lerce fie
wss gusrdlao of tbla won lerfullr
"Here she la. Jim." he sld. elLowlns
his, wsy towsrd the girl. He whipped
off bis bat and took ber bag fnri so
anreaUtlng band. "Mlas Klmw. I
am sure." he snld cordlslly. "I am
Peter Ramsey, a cooaln of Mra. Fer
ris. As we tt'f downtown I will- ex
plain wby Cousin Msry con Id not r
here." He said sll tbu rapt lly. not
wishing to startle tbe girl with a and
dea 'announcement of Mra FrrK
death. 8 he looked at htm In some tte
wllderment for an Instant, and tben
a lovely amlle broke over ber fiie.-
"I am sure there la some mlntake.
she wss beginning when there, was a
rushing whirlwind of skirts and Peter
Ramsey was swrpt aside to mnke room
for half a dosea girls wbo flung them
selves on bis divinity with little shriek
of delighted welcome.
"You dear old Polly V tbey were
saying wben Peter awoke to tbe hor
ror of tbe situation. He bsd approach
ed a strange girl and taken ber bag
and made an ass of hlmaelf altogether
Jim Hudson's strong grip on his arm
dragged him aside. "Oh. I say. Peter."
chortled his friend, "you've msde a
mists ke, don't you know. Here la Mlaa
8lmson. I guessed ber eT once, saw
ber name on a bag and Introduced my
self. She read of your coualn'a death
in an old newspaper en route and
wishes to go Immediately to s hotel.
Come on and metl your ward."
"A hotel! 1 wou't permit IL A
girl" Peter Ramsey turned pale un
der his bronze aa Jim Hudson led iilm
np to a tali. rawboned young woman,
nnmlstskably In ber middle thirties
painfully plain as to feature, scanty
and colorless aa to hair, unfashionable
aa to gowning and undoubtedly wear
ing Peter's especial abhofrence beel
This waa the' tender, delicate girl
Peter Ramsey had' expected to meet!
This waa hla fair young ward whom
he had begun to take exceeding Inter
"This Is very good of you. Mr. Ram
sey." bis charge was saying In. a deep
voice. "I've Just been telling your
friend Mr. Hudson thst I would like
to go to a bote! Immediately."
"Certainly. Mlaa Slmpaou." aald Pe
ter faintly. "I bad er engaged a
room for you at the Y. W. C. A- you
know. I will countermand that order
If you prefer to go to a hotel."
"I'll go to tbe association tonight
alnce you have been ao kind as to
make arrjngemeuta. Now. If you'll
Just put me lo a cab I shall do very
well if you'll direct tbe man. UU. no:
I'm accustomed to traveling about
alone. I waa so shocked to bear ulaiut
dear Mrs. Ferris. .1 was quite devoted
to ber. you know. Come and see me
tomorrow, do! Good night."
Mlaa Gusale Simpaou was i:on6. and
.when the last flicker of the brown
wing In ber hat had dlaspeared Pe
ter Ramsey turned and looked Jim
nadaon In tbe eye. .
"Jim." be said, with cold and deadly
emphasis. if you ever mention thla
Incident to me or any one else I'll cut
you dead understand T"
"Yes." grinned Jim. "I say. refer.
If I may ak. how did you attach your
self to that bag? Does It It doesn't
belong to tbe the first Miss SImpMon.
does Itr" he burst out.
Peter nodded solemnly. "It does."
be en id.
"What are you going to do about It 1
I aaw ber go off with a whole semi
nary gang of girls."
"I'm going to And ber." said Peter
slowly, "and after I find ber I'm going
to marry her see T' He glared de
fiantly at bla astonished friend.
"Peter!" gasied the other. "Thsfs
going some for a woman hnter. lan't
It? AH In one evening too" t
But Peter had left him aud was
striding towsrd a taxlcab within which
he atudled tbe silver tag hanging from
tbe bag he carried snd learned that
Its owner waa Mary Dreyton and. won
der of wonders, she lived at tbe same
address as his roommate at college,
old Tudor Dreyton. -
-There were more wonders to follow
this, for the lovely Polly wss Tudor's
sister, and Peter Ramsey found an un
expected welcome wben he did return
tbe little bag to Its amuaed owner.
Borne time afterward Mian Gusale
SlmpMon returned to Chins, and her
adoring relatives, Teter and Polly, were
married. Tbe strong minded Gusale
never dreamed thst her vlalt to Amer
ica hsd msde her the Instrument of
the little god of jve and thst she was
Indirectly reaponalhle for Peter Ham-
sey'a convention from a mhagyn1at to
tbe moat ardent woman v .r-hler
i 1 v -
Hostesses si dinner must put guests
of bouor at. the right of tbemaelvee
ami the boats even If tbe ususl sit
ting places are changed to suit tbe oc
cnslou. Wucu a msrrled woman en
tertain at dinner she put at ber right
tbe busttand of (be woman whom they
so wish to honor, and tbe wife muat
be nl tbe right of tbe host. To pi see
tbe gueats of honor lu any other poal
tlon Is to deprive them entirely of tbe
distinction Intended. 1
With a round table tbe matter of
seating guests becomes simple, for
there Is no bead and no foot and the
desired poaltlon arranges Itself with
out change. Frequently tbe boateae
does not have a seat directly opptwlte
to tbe host, but In a circle this In not
With an wvnl or square table and
elsbt guesta the arrangement becomes
complicated. Three iersons on a side
means that the hostess most abandon
ber usual place or sbe will have two
women together and two men. than
wbl'-b nothing could ahow greater Ig
norance. There la. nothing for the
bostese tben to do but to change her
paiitlon. leaving ber hnnband In that
which be atwaya occnplea.
Tbe woman guest of honor tben goes
at his rlgbt snd. If possible, the hus
band Is pet at tbe right of the boateae
on tbe side of the table. When all tbe
guests are married couples even the
husband of the honor guest cannot be
at the hostess light., though abe haa
abandoned her regular aeat.
An English Custom.
The very sensible- English custom of
mentioning tbe date of departure In
writing Invitations for vlslta baa be
come almost unlverssl In tbla country,
tbe exception being In tbe homestead'
south of Mason snd Dl ton's line
There a friend or relation la naked to
coaje and stay sa long na convenient,
and tbe stay aomeltiie slretrhea nve;
montha orye?;ra There are always
rclatlona wb are dlaMed to overtook
any little dlimfirt thrf au-h a visit
brines as well s the Mie't!r lu'-on
venlence they may 1h cnisini their
boats, snd su h Is the courtesy of the
peopTe of thla irt i.t the counfry thai
the visit on!y en!s at the vliitor'a will
Instances t in. Id even TV riven lu which
the visits of poo rehiUona or frie.id
have laatcd the rest of their' live-, the
greatest con-iesy nud consideration be
ing abown to tbt-iu by host and bout ess
even where tbey Imimr helpless in
At the Dsnoe.
A woman walls to be sought by her
partner. Wben the music fr the dunce
which sbe has promised him atrikes up
should be fall to seek ber out sbe may
exect an apology and plausible ex
planatiou for bbi delinquency.
If a man b doing duty as an escort
on coming from tbe cloakroom be
waits his comnlon'a apMarance
somewhere outside the ballroom door,
at tbe bead or the foot of tbe stairway
or In tbe hall, having agreed with her
beforehand Just where tbey are to
Before be tills hla dance program
with other nrmes be asks a dance or
two of the woman In bla choree. He
also holds himself In readiness to ac-'j
company ber to the aupper room If be
eeee that no one offers to serve aa
escort In thai capacity.
On Letter .Writing.
The girl wbo has a correspondence of
about half a dotenor so of ber school
mates has formulated tbe following
rules concerning ber letter wrltlug. to
which she adheres:
Write name and address legibly and
correctly ou each envelope.
Write yonr own name and address in
the-upper left haud corner.
Place on each the correct amount of
Before seeling eee thst In each en
velope you have Inclosed the correct
Keep as close a duplicate of every
letter aa It la possible to do.
Never write a?rsonsllrlen.
A girl who baa Just returned from a
long visit, during which ahe collected a
number of apoons which are souvenirs
of tbe various places visited, recently
made them the key to a table talk at a
little luncheon. Beside each plate
were two spoons besting pictures or
seals of various cities, and during the
luncheon tbe guesta were asked to .tell
some Interesting fact about that partic
ular city. All tbe guests declared that
It waa not only, a unique method of
directing the conversation, but the
means of making the occasion dm ait In
Hint For Speechmaking.
Tho frequent reaaou of failure In so
called Impromptu npeechen at wedding
break fasta la tbe fact that the spenki-r
hi not brief In what be ssys. It Is far
better to utter only a few sentences,
stopping while the others would have
I person go on. than' to Occupy much
time la which guests might be talking
to each other were they given tbe op
portunity. Thro." foo tt there are oth
er speakers to follow the evening
grows boreaoroe If all talk for many
Seedlesa rataln 6c a pound at See
ley's. ' .
C T. Toose, ' . Loaua
Lawyer and Notary " and
CHARLES T. TQOZI a CO.
Real Estate Bought and Bold.
Room t. Beaver Bldg., Oregon City
Wants, For Sdfc etc.
Nollcrs under I haa eflUatflad headings
will be Insvttrd at on cent a word, flrai
Inaartlon, half rant additional Inser
tions. One Inch card. II par month: half
Inch card. (4 linrs) II par month.
Caah muat ascompanr ordar unlaae ene
has an opn account with tha pa par. JH
financial raaponalblllty for srrora; Where
errors occur free corrected notice Will fe
printed for patron. Minimum charge
WANTED To. rent piano. Inquire
FOR 8 ALE Space In thla column.
Sell that old plow or harrow; you
don't uae It alnce you purchased
your Dew one.
FOR SALE A good $10,000 farm for
sale. John W. Lodor, Owner. Atty.
at Law, Stevens Bldg.
FOR RENT Liner apace In thla col
umn. A few lines may rent that
house, store or farm; they will coat
you but a few cents.
LOST Sunday, black mare, whlto
. strip on face; 3 years old; weight
about 12S0; wire mark on left front
foot. Return to Wm. Roblnaon,
. West Oregon City. Reward.
O. D. EBT, Attorney-at-Law, Money
loaned, abatracta furnished, land
tltlea examined, eatatea settled, gen
eral law bualneaa. Over Bank of
Oregon City. ... -
CHEN k. SCHUEBEL Attoroeye-at-'
Law, Deutacher Advokat, will prac
, tlce In all courts, make collections
and settlements. Office In Enter
prlae Bldg., Oregon City, Oregon.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
V. R. HYDE, Abstract 0e
Land tltlea Investigated, conveyan
cing, notary public .
Room 7. Barclay Bldg., Oregon City..
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE Title
Investment Co., Stevens Bldg.
BUILDER ANJD CONTRACTOR.
HARRY JONES Builder and General
Contractor. Estlmatea cheerfully
given on an classes of building
work, concrete walks and reinforced
concrete. Re. Phone Main 111.
DR. L. G. ICE, DENTIST Rooms 4,
5 and 6 Beaver building. Mala St.,
Oregon City. Phones: Home A-198
and Pacific States 1221. -
, MONEY TO LOAN.
MONET TO LOAN John W. Loder,
Atty. at Law, Stevens Bldg. .
MONEY LOANED We are.acqualnt-
ed with the value of all farm lands
In Clackamaa County and can loan
your money on good aafe security.
Farm loana made one. two and three
years at 7 per cent. Abstracts of
title examined. DIMlCK ft DIMICK,
Lawyers, Andresen Bldg., Oregon
D- K. BILL CO., REAL. ESTATE
Farm, Timber. Grazing. Agricultural
Lands, City Property, 8mall Fruit
and poultry Ranchea for Sale, Wal
nut Land. Room 9 Beaver Bldg.,
Oiegon City, Oregon.
E. H. COOPER, For Fire Insurance
and Real Eatate. Let ua handle
your properties we 'buy, sell and
erchsnge. Office In Enterprlae
Bldg., Oregon City, Oregon.
FREYTAG ft SW AFFORD, Real Es
tate Dealers, have choice bargains
in farm lands, city and suburban
homes, good fruit lands and poultry
ranchea. See na for good bays
Near 8. P. depot
1 3 A CRES
of aandy loam, all good farm land free
from atone and gravel. 3 acres tn
cult., balance all slashed, . burnt and .
seeded but one acre and haa been for
a good many yeara ao the clearing la
not very hard; 4 room box house, barn
20x22; good well, alao borders the
Tualatin river. Thla la fine peach,
berry or garden land, tn fact good for
anything that grows; 4 mllee . of
Oregon City on a macadam road; 10
mllee of Portland on a macadam road.
The price of this place haa alwaya
been $2C50 but for a quick aaJe owner
' will take 92200, 9800 down, balanc
3 yeara at S per cent.
' E. P. ELLIOTT e SON
Oregon City, Ore.
' Near Suspension Bridge.
SECOND HAND FURNITURE.
SECOND HAND Furniture, Curloa and
, Relic bought, sold and exchanged.
' Anything from a darning needle to
a ehtp'a anchor. TOUNO, The
Second Hand Man, Main 8t, Ore
gon City. X '
411 Hal a. Sttwwa 4ik sad fb Sis,
OREGON CITY, ORt. ' .
J. J. TOSIN, Proprietor.
If you wat
BUY A FARM,
UY A HOME, ' .
BUY A LOTT , ;v
.-. : Y.: . ' v
QIAS. T. TOOZE & CO,
And H yen want to aetl farm, home ee ; V
-let ee likewise.
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