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MORNING ENTERPRISE. SUNDAY, JANUARY 15, 1911.
X LATOl)RCTT Prealdeot
HE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
i of OREGON CITY, OREGON , "
ata a Qaneret Banking Bualna.
GEORGE A. HARDING
I DRUGGIST -
PURE DRUOS, PERTUMES, TOILET ARTICLES AND
STATIONERY. ;' PRESCRIPTION AND PAMILV RE
:.. CEIPTS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED.
ti MAIN STREET
ylo Rndmotid, a prominent rel
rf Jennlng l.odge, In Ore
s'- C Jty on bualuea yealerday.
Hx-UlUtn or ('lurkamaa county
U dart In Canby today, holding
ii.tlr monthly." buslnea nun-ting on
I. ';T. J. Olll, one Of the Inatruo
t"" t the Canby rhxil. waa In Ore
r yeterday and wa registered
- f)' .Jlectrlc! llotnl. - ----- -
. I Smith, who conducts the "pool
t B03 Main afreet, la arranging
. I a aerie of pool gamca In tha
' I .Iture, and prUea will l Riven.
' ; ft J. Ilolback, who .works. at
t i ar mtllM. haa iiurrhased a lit
ura'u-act In Clermont Allotment, of
. . . . . i . i
C yy o., anil win imroT it
tr ' "ia a noma of IL
1 . MnMflnhaiiar. of Willamette.
'M been HI for several montba,
rted aa not ao well. She waa
gloua on Friday, a change In
Mm that Indlcatea more aerloua
8atnaoti performed the mar
aeremony making C. W. Green
and Marian Urummond. of Tha
i man and wife. The ceremony
)rfrmed Thuraday night at the
1 tf the Kulre.
Win of Portland Odd Fellowa
1 attendanre at the meeting of
wie'Odd Fellowa tOnluht and
the flrat degree on a rlaaa of
"if. The Oregon City team
1 jlat In working the aecond and
t . wMtreaa a little Inter.
a funeral of Mr lleherra lUr
r ro!l will he held thla afternoon
It I o'clock at lh undertaking room
ff t "man A Meyer, on Main atreet.
1 ri t Molt haa been making her home
Jy with her aon-tniaw, j. r.a-
Jk. at Mount plcaaant.
rnni II tneoilnc railed for Will-
Saturday nlaht waa pnatpotted. i
let at tha call of Mayor. More j
waa wanted on water worka pro- I
than It waa pnaaltile to get In ;
fur Saturday meeting, ao It t
uatponed to aoma future dny.
beat Homemade llrcad that can
I; you ran get It at Hcnraaera
on Main atreet near Poaiof-
i- fleorge Hoeye, rentlat, Cau'
pldg., Oregon City.
Bund boi of aoda crackera 20c at
Four Candldata a Initiated.
illation of W. O. W. offlcera
atponed Friday night to Friday
January 17. at which time a
nt ovenlngii enjoyment la an
ted. Friday night, however,
i. were four randldatea Initiated,
Iowa: Wm. Smith, John Moore,
' null. II Itugoallata. . upir fob
tha Initiation. ,
Jap. rice Cc a pound at Sceley'a.
plete Una Hlchardaon'a alike
rle wlnnera at l. O. Ely'a.
I bard wheat flour $120 sack at
plna 4 doren 6c at Sceley'a.
For fine ahoe repairing go to
J HE OLD RELIABLE OREGON
CITY SHOE SHOP
Work dona whlla you wait.
Oor Motto: Satisfaction Gaarantced
C. SCHOENHEINZ, Pfoprictor
716 Main Bat- Sixth
T i PEARL
Everything Strictly Fresh. Short Or
ders Our Specialty
GAN & O DONNEL, Proprietors
Between 5th andJ6th, on Main Street
Coffee and Butter
IS OUR HOBBY
Finest Roast Coffee - - 35c
Best Butter in the State ' 80c
8TH AND MAIN STREETS
f. J. MET BR, Caahler
Open f ram A. M. te $ P. M
3961. HOME, B 34.
Next Door to Postoffice
Mama of Naw Poatofflca Eatabllahed
at That Place.
A poatofrire haa been, eatabllahed
at Jennlnga lnU(e. It la cuatomary
for the poMtofflre department to have
only one name for tha office, but tba
people reiieated that they have the
two aa It haa been railed for aeveral
yeara. Jennlnga lMlge, and they have
been permitted to retain thla. There
are two malla per day from Portland
and two from Ornxoii Ciy, thiia giv
ing the realdenta In that aertlon a
belter aervlre than heretofore Mlna
I D Miller, a well known young worn
an of that place, baa been appointed
poatmlatreiia, much to. the aatlafaollon
of all of the people of that - aertlon.
The poNtorrire will be In the Mllb-r
It la through tba effort of D. P.
Newell I hut a poatoffire haa been ea
tnbllahed here. He circulated the pe
tition, and aecured namea enough to
eatahllan the ioatof flee. About
people will be accommodated.
Beedleaa ralalna Cc a pound at Boe
ley'a. LESLIE KELLOOQ CONFESSES.
Admit Taking Bonding Wire Sua
plelon -of Other Errora.
Ielle Kelloag. charged with ateal
Ing bond wire from the I'ortland Rail
way. IJght A Power Co. at (Jladatone,
hid an examination In the Juvenile
Court here Saturday and admitted the
theft of the wire. He waa paroled by
Judge lixatle and remanded to the
care of hla parenla.
Kpoclal Agent Cahlll, of. the com
pany, bellevea young Kellogg la re
aponalble for the tampering with the
electric light wlrea laat week, which
rcaulied In connection with a barb
wire fenre. two cow a br.ng killed, but
there wa no evidence to faaten the
crime on the boy.
Coal-.. II l&c a gallon at Beeley a
Co to rWreat'e for that hot lunrh
aucreaaor to I nt. C10 Main, atreet.
SUDDEN ASSAULT' MADE.
Employe at the Lyrlo Theat''rObJaete
to Visitors. m
K. C. live, of thla city, whlla attend
ing busluena In Torttand. Saturday,
waa aaaaulied In the Lyric Theater
corner Seventh and Alder atreeta. by
one of the employee of the place and
suffered a few minor brulaea aa the
result of the encounter. .Mr. Dye
alatea that the assault wna entirely
without provocation and he la at n
lotta to find a motive for hla aasalj
ant'a attack- A warrant for the fel
low'a arrest waa aecured and tha case
will be heard In the police court at
Portland Monday morning.
D. C. Kly'a 13.60 811k Sklrta equal
any sold at fl and 17-
License - marry were Issued Sat
urady to Nora Gregory and A. L. Scott,
and Kdna U Glhhona and Krnst A.
Go to Becreafa for that hot lunch
aucccsaor to Lenta. CIO Main atreet.
Vaptlit-Cer. - Main and Ninth afreUk
Nlnlhi H. 0 II nwn, Mr. A. V. Parkr
ul ; iinlli( ervl- 19 10, vii!d(
t ii, t. r, a. c. Ft. in p. m. ana Jun
lore aame hour. Wkly prayer ml
Ing Tliuradav at 7.10 p. m.
..Hev. C. A. f'blppa will apeak at h
morning hour. No evening aerWce,
Canemah Baptl.t Mlaalon J. g. meet at
I 00 p. m.a iwla Cunklln aupt.
CatHollo 'nr Wlr and Tenth afreet.
Itt-v. A. Illll-ljraiid paator. ru til
- Watv liw Man I a. tn . HlKh-Maaa
II u m. ni . arirnxm aervlca 4). 10. Mm
every morning at 11.
Coeeraaatlonal for. Main- and Eleventh
lieela, llev Win. M. l'roc'lir paator,
M. " Third; n. N. It noon, John Uw
ry nil ; ttiornlug aervlve 10:10, even
. Ine4 .10. young people I JO Weekly
prayer meeting Tnureday at 7:10 p. in.
Morning aubJoU "The Open Door."
- No availing aervtce.
Chrlat Kv. Lutheran Cor. Klahlh and J.
(j A.luoia atrreia, Hev. f. HrtutiMt
tor, rea. J. J Adnma; H. M
VI a m i iirearhlna afternoon of firat
and third Humlaya at M'l In Knllh.
oilier Monday .rv !,. momlnga at 10 JO
wlih prratthlng In Oerman.
Chrlatlan gclenoe-Wlllumetfa building:
Honilny aervlrra II a. m., H. B. llynoon;
Weilm ailay aervb-ea ( p. m.
Morning aubject "Ufa."
t. Paul' gplKopIL Ninth at., 'near
Main. Key. t'haa. W. ItoMnaon paalor,
l.e at llectory. Ninth and Water eta.;
n. B 11 noon. Win. Hhewnian aopi.;
mornlna aervlce 11. a. m.,-!Vnlng aer-
vlre t p. m.
Oerman Bvangellcal-or. Klahth and
Aluillaon alr-ela. Itey. K Wleveeli-Ji paa
tor. rea. 711 Madlaon; H. H. 10 m.,
Herman Hi hrad. r, Monroe atreet, aiit.j
mornlna rvli'e II, young peupl at 7
l. m and irea hlng at I l m. I'rayer
niee-tlna Wedneaday at 7.10 p. m. -
Oladaton Chrlatlan-Hev. A. If. Mulkey
i.Mator, r i,lti(letine; P. n. 10 a. in..
N, ', llendrlrka aunt.; mnln errvhw
II o'cl.x k. evening "aervtce 7.10. Week
ly prayer meeting Thuraday 7:10 p. m.
Mathodlat - Main atreet cor. Revanth,
Iter. K. r. .Immrrmin paetor. rea. cor.
Mlxlh and Waahlnalon; H. N. 46 a. m.,
I. A. Wllllama. Ola.latntie, aupt ; morn
lna eervl.e o 16. r' worth lnane :10.
evening aervh 7;J. I'rayt-r m-tlng
I horwUy 7:10 p. m. '
Morning aubjyrt "Tha poultlc that
cured the Carbuncle." ' -
Mountain View Union (Cong 18. B. 1
i. m , Mra J. II. (Julnn aupl.; iMMe
Hiuily every Thuralay afleinmin;
preaching 7:10 p. m. aerond and fourth
Preabytarlan Hevenlh atreet rnreffer-
Bon, llev. J If ,anoPWruan lae...r.
rea. "10 Jefferaon; H. H 10 a. tn . Mra.
W. ". tlreen aupt.: morning aervtce II
a. m . Y. I" n. l K. i l. m.. even-4
Ing aervlce 7:10. "rayir meetlna Thura-
fluy a p. m.
Morning aubject "Go Ye Into tha
-In the evening Iter. C. A. Fhlppa
will preach, aubject; "Making Good."
Parkplac Congregational Hev. J. 1
Jonra paator. rea. t'lackamaa; B. B. 10
' a m . Kmi-rv Krench uj.t : preaching
r-n ! ra'h ftundny. alternating her
" twpen II a. m, and 7 10 p. m Chria---tlnn
Kndeavor Thunnlay evening 7:10
9 p. nr. -
Onltod Brethren--Cor. Klahlh and Taylor,
Itev. 1..--K. t'lnrke pualor. rea. Portland;
H. M. 10 a. m . Krnnk Tarker. Maple
Ijine. aupl : mornlna -rlce II, Y. I
H f. K. p. m. evening aervlce 7.
I'rayrr nierllng Wednealay 7:10 p. m.
Wlllamett M. g. No reaulnr preaching
aervlii-a. H. B. 1 p. m . Mra. Iteyua
2 Ion Lutheran 4or. Jefferaon and Eighth
atreete. Itev. W. It. Kraberer paa
tor. rea. 710 yeffcreon; M. H. 10 a. m ,
Hev Kranlieaer aupl.; mornlna aervlce
10. 10i- evening 7 14, Ijnlier league 7
Go to Becreafa for that hot lunch
aucceaaor to Ijrnta. CIO. Main atreet.
PLEASE NOTICE. .
To Introduce 'fba Morning
r Knterprlaa Into a largo major
Ity of the bomea In Oregon
City and Clacknmaa county tha
management haa decided to
make a apeclal price for tha
dally IsHiie. for a short ttoie
only, w here tne auDscnoer paya
a year In advance. -
e lly carrier, paid a yaar In
4 advance, 13.00.
lly mall, paid a year In ad
People who gave our canvaa
a aer a trial subscription for one
e or more months, at ten centa a
e week, can have the dally dellv
ercd for a year for $3.00 by
paying a year In advance.
People who gave our canvaa
acr a trial subscription, by
mall, for four montba at a dol-
lar, may have the paper for a
year for $2.00, If paid -a year In
Subscribers to the Weekly
Enterprise may change tneir
aubacrlptlona to tha dally, ro-
celvlng credit for half time on
tha dally that the weekly la
paid In advance. When iney
choose to add casn to tne aa
vance payment equal to a full
ycar'aN advance payment they
may take advantage of the $2
We make thla apeclal price
ao that people who have paid
tn advance on some other dally
and wish to take the Morning
Enterprise, may do ao without
too great expense.
Orangea 10c dor.en at Becley'a.
Try Dunn for tMgara and Smokcra"
Gooda. Next to Poatofflca.
no to Rocrest'a for that hot lunch
successor to Lenta, CIO Main atreet.
Dr. fleorge Hoeye. Dentist. Cau-
field Hldg., Oregon City.
A. G. STURGES
7th Center Street
la tha place to buy your dlahaa. Good
white dlahaa, 6 platea, 6 eupa and
saucara for only 95o, and also aoma
fin bargalna In China Dlahaa, fancy
dlahaa, i plataa, I cups' and saucer
only $1.35. ' Thaaa ar for Monday an
ly. Do you want to trad your Organ
In on a Piano f i If ao coma and aa
ma aa I will allow you good prleoa for
plan. - Qraphophonaa alae an tha In-
"THd CHOCOLATE SOLDIER."
Big Comla Opara Buccaaa at Halllg
Theatre All Neat Waek,
"Tbe Chocolate Soldier, la which
Frederic C. Whitney the veteran Im
preaaarlo, la aendlng the Whitney Op
ara Company to tha Halllg Theater,
I'ortland, for 7 night beginning 8un
day, January 16, with a' apeclal price
matinee Wedneaday and regular mati
nee Saturday la announced by all ad
vanoe reporta aa providing a brilliant
full three boura for tlie theatregoer.
Founded on George IKrnard Bhaw'a
wlitleat play, "Arm and. tha Man,"
KtanUlaua Htange 'haa- provided an
Kngllah version of tba German Adap
tation by Rudolph Iiernauer and Leo
pold Jacobaon that hna been uniquely
ucreeaful In catching tha aplrlt of
Bhavlan humor and In providing a
libretto of real human naturalneaa.
In "Tha Chocolate Soldier" tna atory
begin It unfolding with tha rlalng
curtain; climbing In through 'her bal
cony window the puraued aoldler
pleada or Nadina tnat be may b safety
hidden In her boudoir from the enemy
even though tha aoldler may be com
manded by Nadlna'a fiance. Cajoling,
teaalng and taunting by turna he faa-
clnatea Nadina, her mother and cousin
to tha point of 'quarrel aa to which
ahall become hla benefactor, and each
glvea him her photograph aa ha ateala
away dlguled In the huaband and
When be rt-turna at the cloee of bat
tle to return the borrowed coat hi
boaatlng over the eaay conquest of the
three women lead to a frantic In
trlgue to recover the photograph a
which growa Into one of tba moat
complete comedy acenca of tha mod
Tha cast la a brilliant one. An
toinette Kopetzky from the Theater
National at Prague, Ilohemla, sing.
the faaclnaMng prima donna role. - It
waa she to whom Chicago roae lit ac
claim for a new-found light opera alng
e,r who could really act- Hon rvrgere.
a Hungarian grand opera singer, elnga
tha role of the coquettish Mascba;
Margaret Crawford that of the deep
toned Aurclia; John It. Phillips, one of
tha beat known light opera baritones,
that of the chocolate-eating aoldler lor
er; Harry Davlea, the pompoue Alex
ius, and Frank II.-. ltolcher and Ed
mond Mulcahy In the bouffe rolea aung
by them In the New York and Chicago
The great alnglng chorus and the
famous Whitney Opera Comlque Or
rheetra are featurea that will appeal
attractively to tba music lover.
Beats are now selling at theatre for
the entire engagement.
A Unique Dance
JTX WEEK AT BUNGALOW.
"The Queen of tha Moulin Rouge" to
Be Attraction All Weak.
"The Queen of the Moulin Rouge."
the title of it he musical comedy drama
which 8H riroadway aflame with en
thusiasm and stirred the crltlca of the
city, la rather a misnomer. Sotnuch
"GIRL OF THE GOLDEN WEST.'
Immens Sale of Seat at Baker for
Next Week'a Fine Production."
The moment that It waa announced
thnt "Tha Girl of the Golden West"
would aga'n be presented by Baker
Stock Company all next week. Inquir
ies for Beats began pouring In until it
la now evident the big playhouse will
be packed at every performance. It
will open Sunday matinee for one
week only, and for the past two weeka
a double force of scenic artlata and
atage mechanics have been working
night and day to produce the auperb
effects that go such a long way to
word establishing the play at the top
of tha Hat In atage triumphs, both
pat and present. It la a atory of old
California, during the romantlf old
aav M v j a
7th and Taylor Streets
Phones Main 14 A-l 122
7 NIGHTS beginning SUNDAY,
JANUARY 15 Special Price
Matinee Wednesday. Rc'galat
THE BIG MUSICAL PLAY SUCCESS ,.
" The Chocolate Soldier "
EVENINGS AND SATURDAY MATINEE 200 TO W
SPECIAL PRICE WEDNESDAY MATINEE, $160 TO 25o
SEAT SALE OPENS FRIDAY, JANUARY 1fc
COMING TO THE HEILIQ . ', v ,
MARY MANNERINQ, JANUARY 23-24-21.
JEFF DC ANQELIS, JANUARY 2C-27-SS.
Read the Morning Enterprise
At" the Portland Theaters
LAST CAR LEAVES FOR OR
; - .' y t .: : ivt v -
"THE CHOCOLATE 80LDIER AT HEILIQ THEATER. -'
Tha big comic' opera aucccss, "Tha Chocolate Soldier," with a company of
-100 people, including an orchestra of 30 musicians, will be the attraction
at Tha Halllg Theater, Portland, Oregon, for 7 nlghta, beginning Sunday,
January 15, with a apeclal price matinee Wednesday and tha regular
In tha musical production, "The Queen
i haa been written about It that further)
Iworda.are almost uselesa. However, j
j a few aentencea to correct a popular !
misapprehension, doubtleaa caused by .
jits suggeative IHthv will be worth j
Ml That It la chic, bizarre and in
spiring la frankly admitted. That It
haa dash, harmlesa transiency, effer
vescence, la cordially granted. That
It la not risque, low in moral tone or
offensive to the modest eyea and ears.
daya of '49, and the action takea place
In the Sierras, the first act which ap
pears after the beautiful panorama la
unfolded, ahowlng the great Moun
talna In their primitive grandeur,
showing the Polka saloon, kept by the
girl, the second her cabin on Cloudy
Mountain In which the outlaw comes
dulng a atorm at night, and In which
the famoua poker game la played be
tween her and Jack Hande the aherlff,
for thla aame man'a life, the third act
show a the achool room, and la the act
in which the comedy la ao atrong, but
which ends In near tragedy. The last
scene ahowa a morning In the Slerraa,
and la wonderful In Ita coloring and
effect It la the play of playe and two
yeara ago ran five weeka to packed
houses. . The evening curtain wllr rise
at 8 o'clock aharp, matlneea at 2 on
account of the length of the play.
..100 PEOPLE 100-
ECO It , CITY AT MIDfl 'CHT
of tha Moulin Range.
I vouchsafed by Samuel E Rork, un
der whose direction It appear at the
Bungalow all next week, starting Sun
day matinee. . -
.The moat defensible thing about'
"The Queen of the Moulin Rouge" la
the abundance of aong hlta and It
pretty and vivacious dancing atunta.
Parisian costumes, alwaya a delight,
are a notable f ature. Mattneea
Thuraday and Saturday. ..
1 jr V""
AV !. V X'.I
r .. - . .
The following real estate transfer
were filed Saturday In the office of
County Recorder L. E. WUliama:
T. S. and Uilu McDantel to Ella M.
Stryker. 15.73 acres, section 31. town
ahln i aouth. ranee 4 east: 12000.
Mathlaa and Josephine Foeller to
C. W. Hodson, tract in AiuwauKie
Park, section 1, townahlp 2 aouth,
range 1 east; SG5.26.
E. C. and May Lily McKenney to
P. H. Jobse, 1 acre, aectlon 23, town
ship 3 south, range 1 west; $250.
E. C. and May Lily McKenney to
p. H- Jobae, atrip of land for private
Thomas R. A. and Josephine M. B.
Bellwood to J. W. Frutchey. lota 14
and 15. block 10. Qulncy addltlog o
Mllwaukle; 1250. .
Martin V. Tbomaa 10 itenry v.. rmu
homme Co.. 1 acrea. township S eouth,
range 8 eaat; $1. -
H. D. and Linnle E. LeDuc to Ed
ward and Ella J. Kaston, 1.23 acrea.
township I aouth, rangel eaat; $3000.
Jorgarog Inveatment Co, to Adam
Graasman and Jacob Klein, 40 acrea,
township 3 south, range 1 eaat, be
tween sections 37 and 28; $6000.
C- T. Toose, .
Lawyer and Notary
Abatracta. . ' ,.
CHARLES T. TOO; A CO.
- Real Batata Dooght and Sold.
Room 2, Beaver DMg., Oregon City
.a .., 't'.t.v,.!;!ir,w...j
I t .l..
ft ' "li I J 111 Baa flirt aT ' Yeaiaai- 'il ' l " -f Na4T
Wants, For S:!c:2.
Nullcee undr theee alaaairiad beedhtga
will be nartd at ttn ernt a ward, fleet
Inaartloci, half a cent additional tnaar
Uone. One Inch card. II pr month; half
Inch card, (4 lineal II par month.
Caah tnuat accompanr order unWae one
haa an v-n acomml with tha paper. No
flaancial rraponatblllty for arrnr; whrra
rror oceur free oorracUd aoiloe- wilt be
prlntrd tor patron. Minimum eharge lo.
WANTED--TO rent -tlano Inquire
. Enterprlae. tf -
FOR 8AIX 8pace la this column.
Sell that old plow or barrow; you
don't ue It aince you purchased
your new one. .
FOR SALE A good flO.OOO farm for
aale. John W. Loder, Owner. Atty,
at Law. Steven Bldg.
FOR RENT Liner apace In thla col
umn. A few linea may rent that
bouse, store or farm ; they will coat
you but a few centa.
LOST Sunday, black mare,, white
atrip on face; 3 yeara old; weight
about 1250; wire mark on left front r"--foot
.Return to Win. Robinson,'
West Oregon City. Reward.
O. D. EBY, Attorney-at-Law, Money
loaned, abatracta furnished, land
tltlea examined, estates aettled, gen
eral law bualne. - Over Bank of
UTtEN A 8CHUEBEL,' Attorneya-ar .
Law, Detacher Advpkat, will prac
tice In all courta, make collectlona
and aettlementa. ' Office In Enter
prlae Bldg., Oregon City, Oregon-. A
ABSTRCTS OF TITLE.
V. R. HYDE, Abstract Office
Land titlea Investigated, conveyan
cing, notary public.
pRITICS COKPLOT -lOMPElTIORS
Room 7, Barcy Bldg., Oregon City.'
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE Title A
Inveatment Co., Stevena Bldg.
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR.
HARRT JONES Builder and General
Contractor. Eatlmatea cheerfully
given, on all claaaea of brrildlng
work, concrete walka and rem forced
concrete. Rea. phone Main 111.
DR. Lt G. ICE. DENTIST Rooma 4
S and 6 Beaver building. Main St,
Oregon City. Phones: Home A-1J8
and Pacific Statea 122L
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN John W. Loder,
Atty. at Law. Stevena Bldg.
MONET LOANED We are acquaint
ed with the value of all farm landa
In Clackamas County and can loan
your money on good aafe aecurity.
..Farm loana made one, two and three
yeara at ? per cent. Abatracta of
title examined. DIMlCK AV.DIMICK.
Lawyers, Andresen Bldg., Oregon
D- K. BILL. CO., REAL ESTATE
Farm, Timber, Grazing, Agricultural
Landa, City Property, Small Fruit
and Poultry Ranches for Sale, Wal
nut Land. Room 9 Beaver Bldg.,
' Oregon City, Oregon.
E. H. COOPER. For Fire Inaurance
and Real Eatate. Let ua handle
your propertlea we buy, sell , and
exchange. Office In Enterprise
' Bfdg., Oregon City, Oregon.
FRETTAO & SWAFFORD. Real Ea
tate Dealers, have choice bargalna
in farm landa. city and auburban
homee, good fruit landa and poultry
ranches. 8ee ua for good buya
Near S. P. depot. ,
of aandy loam, all good farm land free
from Btone and gravel." 3V4 acrea In
cult, balance all slashed, burnt and
seeded but one acre, and has been for
a good many yeara ao the clearing la
not very hard ; 4 room box bouse, barn
20x22; good. welt, also bordera the
Tualatin liver. This la fine peach,
berrx or garden land, tn fact good for
anything that growa; 4 Vs mllea of
Oregon City on a macadam road; 10
mllea of Portland on a macadam road.
The price-, of thla place haa alwaya
been $2GoO but for a quick aale owner
will take $2200." $800 down, balance
3 yeara at per cent.
E. P. ELLIOTT A 80N
Oregon C'ty, Ore. .
Near Suspension Bridge.
SECOND HAND FURNITURE.
SECOND HAND Furniture, Curloa and
Rellca bought. Bold and exchanged.
Anything-from a Earning needle to
a ahipi" anchor. YOUNO, The
Second Hand Man, Main St, Ore
411 Hals, SIwms 4th asd Sea Stt.
OREGON CITY, ORlf.
J. J. TO BIN, Proprietor.
If you want to
BUY A FARM,
BUY A HOME,
BUY A LOT,
aiAS. T. TGOZH C:C
And If you want to sell ftTH
lot do Kkewtee.