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JtlORNING ENTIJHPJU8B. TUESDAY; JANUARY 17, 1911.
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IE FIRST NATIONAL DANK
I BaaMaf Boeteeee. Osn i I A M. t I P. M
7EORGE A. HARDING
URS DRUGS, PERFUMES, TOILET ARTICLES AND
STATIONERY. PRESCRIPTIONS AND FAMILY RE-'
CEIPTS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED.
PHONES MAIN 2911.. HOME, 134.
I MAIN STREET
Next Door lo Postoffice
PLC POINTED OUT
McGeehan, who has been very
Je to be out In.
, lfr May. of Mountain View,
Xing from her recent Illness.
n A a bee, of Woodt.urn, wn
t of Oregon City friends gun
A Schuebel, daughter of Mr
C. 8chuebl, la 111 at their
JJdlth Cheney, of Portland, wu
With ber friend In thla city on
V Jessie and Utsdys Blnkley,
turn, war Sunday gliosis of
- Jity friends.'
-Jlleit. who haa been vary til
Stat week, la now atile to be
1. W. Italy, who realdes- on
Ireet, who haa been la poor
J slightly Improved. r- -
'albert, one of the well known
I of Clackamas, was' transact
aa In thla city Monday,
Jamuelaon, one of the promt
mors of Collon, waa transacts
aess In thla city Monday. '
lnlla Met'arver, who haa been
with relatlvea In Portland, baa
1 to her home In thla city.
oeeph Draendle. of thla city.
4a y evenings for Spokane,
tare ahe will visit with relay
Tlolet J oh neon, of Portland,
resident of Oregon City, visit
1 home of Miaa Florence Orace
j other friendi on Sunday.
W E. Hedgea. R. O. Caufleld,
A. Harding. B. B. Drodle and
Newman ere among the Ore
y people who went to Salem
9111. of Caaby, one of the In
a of he schools at that place,
-ent Saturday and Sunday In
, City, left for Canby on Sunday
iit Cwlnn and three daugh-
recently arrived In Oregon
.at Walla Walla, Waah.. and
-f been vlaltlng with ber els
. Ida Weal, are now guests of
ier, Mra S R. Green.
I J. Price, aecretary of the
ah Typographical Union, of
passed through the city thla
en route to Salem. Mr. Price
Silver. Spring on the line of
land Railway Light ft Power
1 Mra. Tlenjamln Doollttle and
I recently arrived from Van
Waah.. and who have been
with Mra. Doollttle a alater,
yd Williams and other rsla
A Sunday night for Los An
here they will make their ruin.
ard wheat flour 11.10 each at
Jaa 4 doten l at Sealers.
jt Homemade Breed that ana
I yea can get It at Sshredsrs
) Main atreet hear rostof-
Frank Illgger was visiting friends
In Wood burn last week. -
Mra. John lioyer, who Uvea on 1)1 vis
ion street. Is reported aa very 111.
Mr. W. W. let, of Day toil, Oregon,
Is vlaltlng the family of O. K. Freytag,
Mr. and Mra. Joseph Wlllott. of Bar
low, spent Sunday guests at the home
ef Mr. and Mra. E. II. Cooper. Mra
Wlllott la a slater to Mrs. Cooper.
Mrs. M. JO. Case," who' 11 vea at Fella
View, armed home Saturday night
from a trip East. She waa gone aev
eral weeka and vtalted as far East as
Mr. M. R. Case, who Is believed to
be suffering from tuberculoals, will
go to the aanltarlum at Salem Wed
nesday In the hope of receiving bene
fit from treatment there. .
Mayor Drowned, who haa been sick
for a week, waa not able to visit his
office Monday aa he had planned.
The Mayor took on - more 'cold and
waa not as well Monday as he bad
been a few days before.
Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Doollttle, of
Vancouver, have gone to Marietta,
Cal where they will apend the rcat of
the winter. Mr. Doollttle 'was engi
neer In a Urge Vancouver aaw mill
and .waa well known In this cliy.
Mrs. L. E. Armstrong of Msckaburg.
and her daughter, Mra. W. M.' Ilauer,
who were vlaltlng ber son In Walla
Walla. Elmer Armatrong, etopped over
la Oregon City to vtalt her alater, Mra.
W. II. II. Samson, Isat week. Sunday
Mrs. Armstrong wss taken 111 with
grip and la elck at the Samson home
In this city.
William Luelllng, one of the dele
gates from sprlngwater to Jhe county
Sunday- school convention that eon
f-vened arth Preabyiertan church In
thla city on Saturday ant Sunday, has
been the guest of his brother, John
Luelllng. 'of Mountain View. Mr.
Luelllng left for his home Monday
Mra. Jennie May, of Portland, who
has been vlaltlng with her alster. Miss
Roberts, and brother, Edward Roberta,
left Sunday night for California, where
ahe will remain during the remainder
of the winter and neit aummer. Mra.
May will at first visit -with, her sister.
Mra. Grace Marlborough, of Oakland,
California, and from that city will pro
ceed to ls Angeles, to vtalt with her
daughter, Mra. Henry Nelson, nee Net
tle May, formerly of this city.
- The Socialists of Clackamss county
transacted the usual grlat of monthly
bualoeas at Canby Sunday. f
The dance given by Milton Price
Saturday night waa well attended and
the Armory waa filled by an orderly
The Saturday Club will gl a
ket social neit Wednesday evening in
the parlors of the First Congregational
Church, and aa lntereatlng evening la
C. T. Rlall last week purchaeed the
five acre tract In Clermont of O. H.
Dowoer, abutting a II acre tract pur
Per fine ehoe. repairing ge te ..
try r nn? t a dt T3 s0 CnOM
S CITY SHOE SHOP
Werk sens while ran welt.
C. SCHOENHEINZ. Ptoptictof
711 Malft Bet. Sixth and Seventh,
chased tome time ago -giving nlm 17
seres In one tract V . -
Oregon City Erie No. 9I, fratesaal
order of Eagles, Installed five candi
dates Isat night In the words of one
of the members who aided In the work,
five bustarda were transformed Into
Nelson Deebe, confined In all on
the rhsrge of msnslsughter, does not
lack for delicacies aa bis friends keep
blm well supplied, lis Is not confined
In a cell but is glren ihe liberty ol the
corridor, r '
- Mra. C D. Letourette - will . give a
sliver tes at her borne Tueaday after
noon from I to 6 o'clock. There will
be a "travelogue" by a dlstlngulahed
literary woman and vocal numbers by
a Portland soloist.
"The revival meetings that have been
holding the attention of Oladatone peo
ple nightly for some time, were dis
continued Sunday night. Heversl ad
ditions were mane to the. church
through thla effort.
An effort Is blng made to organize
a lodge of the Modern lirotherbood,
fraternal beneficiary society. In this
city. A. 8. Fuller is the local deputy,
and the lodge will be Instituted, sbout
the first of February. ,
Word haa been received from the
Jrfferaon family who recently left here
for their future heme In Chlco, Cal.,
that they have arrived ssfely. Mra.
Jefferson's mother, slatera and brother
are reaidlng In Chlco, and the former
will realde with ber family on a fruit
The ladiee of the Chrlatlan church
of Glsdatone will give a silver tea at
the church thla afternoon at 2:30
o'clock, at which time Mra.' 8. A. Hay
worth, of this city, will give a tslk on
"Mormon I am.; Solo by Mrs. Olm
stesd snd selection by the ladles'
Warden Curtis came here Mondsy
from Salem to take Into custody Heard,
who tried to get money on a forged
check at Ihe Klrat National Dank Uat
week. Aa he was a prisoner on pa
role It waa not neceaaary that Sheriff
Maaa deliver him In Salem, but rather
the duty of those t the penitentiary
to make the trip to get him.
Mra. Joseph Wilson, living on Six
teenth street, who fell on the slippery
walk as she wss starting to the store
Ssturdsy night, wss more seiioualy
Injured thsn at first supposed. He
snkle wss broken In two placea, aa the
doctor d I Hoovered on examination, snd
she will be laid, up fur some lime.
Rev. W. T. Jordsn will lecture In the
rtaptlat church next Monday evening
on "Dixie, or the Southland." The
b-cture will be given In the Interest
of the educational worjt of the church,
the special service to be accomplished
being the support of Miss Amy Purr
cell, who Is in the Chicago training
school fitting herself for Mission work
"The Oirl From Wyeming" Writes.
Word wss received In this city yee-
terdsy morning from Miss Alberta
Claire. "The Girl from Wyoming," who
la traveling across fhe continent on
her horse "Bud" and having for com
pany her dog "Micky," atatlng that
she had reached Albany, and Is 'now
on her wsy to Eugene, where she prob
ably will remain for several days. She
Is enjoying the beat of health and tne
Oregon climate. Mlaa Claire remained
over night In thla city while on her
way, and made many friends here, wno
will watch with Interest the progreaa
ahe la making on her pony.
PLAINTIFF GIVEN VERDICT.
J. W. Rivera Wine His Suit In Sam-
The esse of J. W. Rivers vs. Fred
Schseffer. a contention over the pay
for catching of runaway logs In the
Willamette, which waa tried In Jus
tice Samson's court last week, waa up
for final hearing In that court Monday
morning.' In the decision Justice Sam
son gave verdict for plaintiff for
125.60 and coats, the costs totalling
$11.50. There waa a threat of appeal
to the higher court by defendant.
J- m PEARL CHOP HOUSE
Everything Strictly Fresh. Short Or
ders Osr Specialty
IAN & O'DONNEL, Proprietors
Bctwcci 5th ltd 6th, HtJt Strttt
Coffee and Buffer
'( , 1 IS OUR HOBBY
Finest RoasrCoffec - - ,35c
Best Butter in the State - 80c ,
8TH AND MAIN STREETS
r.n In Raereat'a for that hot lunch
successor to Lents, 610 Main street
Coal-ott 15c a gallon at Seeley'e-
1 a - f
Will Vlelt the County Schools,
iteat advices Indicate that County
Superintendent of 8choola Gsry and
n, vuiward M. Todd, vice nresldent
of Willamette Unlveralty, wlU have an
lntereatlng time In their school visita
tions about the county next week.
Mr. Todd will preach at the M. E.
church Bunday morning, and It waa
niri of tha nlan to have him at the
teachera Institute In Canby Saturday.
Change In date of the institute win
necessitate change In plan for speak
ers, and It la possible that Mr. Todd
may not be able to attend.
Try Dunn for Cigars and Smokers'
Goods. Next to Postoffice.
Be st Jap. rice lo a pound at Sceley'a,
Complete line Richardson's Bilks
flrst prise winners at D. J. sty e.
Dr. George Hoeye. Dentist, Cu
field Dldg., Oregon City.
Fresh candies and Confections at
Dune's. Msln street, nesr Postoffice.
A. It STURGES
7th Center Street
It th pUe to buy your dltht. Good
white dlshss, 6 platss, I eupa and 0
saucers for only 95c, snd also some
fine bargalna In China Dishes, fancy
dlshsa, platee, I eupa and saucers
only $1.35. These are for Mondsy on-
, . V . -
iy. ' Do you wsrtt to trade your Organ
In en a Planof If so some and see
me as will allow you good prises for
Sewing machines on the Installment
plan, Qraphophonea also on the In
Every Town Should Be In Pos
session ol Oca.
CONDITIONS OF CARNEGIE
Why Seme Paopla Are Against the
Aoeeptanee ef Libraries Frem the
Steel King Most Cities New Hsve
Libraries Msjority Given ss Gifts.
There Is no doubt Ibut where t!u;r
Is a free clrcuUtlug library tlit-ro bt uu
Intelligent coinuiunlty. Every town.
whether It bus 400 or Io.imhj popula
tion, shoulil furuUh ikiidu sort of ceu-
ter where the lubabltunts csu irM'ure
an liiHigbt Into the labors bt tlie uiigbty
and know what I it"lig ou lu the
world to IncresHe knowlMlKe.
' The great majority of citli-s of 25.-
000 lubabltunts ami uiiward lu the
United States, says a New York edu
cator, have a publk- lilrury of some
sort, snd the suute U true of many of
the smaller cities and towns. But
tbers sre still quite s numlrt-r of towns
tbst sre mjuus them, towns that really
need them. A feV public Nplrlted rltl
sens could easily sdvoeste a lltirary
' READY FOR. WORK.
as Women's Dress.,,,
- modsi, us a a st suiLoiaoa.
or reading room and get the aupport
of the rest of the conimnnity.lf not of
the town Itself. '
Hooks will always be forthcoming
either from the aherres of Individual
libraries or from contributions solicited
through various niesns. The newspa
pers will slwsys help their town to
gsin the financial aupport of the clt
Msoy of the libraries slresdy. estab
lished hsve been fosuded on glfjts of
Individuals, some bsvw derelopc-OTroiil
sabscrltbn libraries, but tbs msjority
sre now supported mainly or entirely
by funds expropriated by tlie city
government. A considerable number
sre still In tbe formative stage, till
Iteing true of those for which build
ings sre being erected from funds
provided by Mr. Csrnegie snd for
severs! hundred others for -which he
will probably provide buildings.
The conditions un wbk'b be pro
vides funds for the erection of mifnlc'-
Ipal library buildings are simple. The
city muat provide a site, which it may j
obtain by gift If It can, and it adust ,
agree to provide annually ror the main-;
tenance of tbe library a sum equut '
to at least 10 per cent of the cost of ,
the building. Practically this offer Is i
open to any city or town which haa no ,
public library building. ' ' I
Some good citizens thtnk that tbe .
cut snouia proviuo us own uunuius
and not ask for It as a gift
The people who hare no taxable
property and who therefore often erro
neously suppose tbst they contribute
nothing towsrd the payment of the
taue sre usually quite willing to have
a higher tag rate Impoaed for tbe. pur
pose of securing for themselves snd
their families free library facilities,
although In exceptional cases religious
or sociologies! opinions may lead them
to oppose It.
A considerable number of taxpayers
are more or less reluctant to have their
assessments Increased for this purpose.
First That they should not be tax
ed for things they do not want and
Second. That the furnishing free
books tenda to pauperise the commu
nity and to discourage the purchase Of
book a for home use. '
Third. That there Is no evidence
that free public llbrarlea Improve the
community materially or" morally.
Fourth. That the greater part of the
books used are worka of fiction, and
that these are Injurious to the readers.
-Fifth. Thst most of the arguments
used In favor of free public libraries
are merely sentimental and emotional,
and that those who urge them most
strongly do so for advertising and po
litical reasons or to make a place for
themselves or some of their relatives.
While It Is difficult to trace to either
specific lastaneea of material or moral
Improvement It la certain that the
general diffusion of Intelligence which
both certainly effect does result bene
ficially In theee directions. Communi
ties with flourishing free schools and
libraries are usually more prosperous
and better than those without auch
facilities, and while there la doubtless
room hsre for a confusion of causa
and effect It Is probable that there Is
both, action and reaction.. Prosperity
calls for Increased facilities for edu
cation, and theee In turn tend to make
the community more prosperous.
waanixo tub ovkba(.l.
Tbe up to dste boose wife, has dis
covered that she csn work better when
she Is : wearing overalls or pa Ja nuts
than ahe can when aba Is hampered
by aklrta; bence tbe fact that In many
cases she has taken to wearing one or
the other of these articles of roeo's
apparel when ber dutlea call for house
work In which tbe ordinary dress Is
something of a bsndicsp and acta as
One woman who always puts up her
own Isce curtains says thst she had a
most serious accident by having her
aklrta catch on tbe steplsdder and that
now she slwsys puts on psjamaa for
the work. If a caller comes In un
expectedly It Is essy. to, throw on a ki
mono over the masculine attire.
The Illustration shows a very active
housewife prepared to do a " little
whitewashing below stairs without
spoiling a frock.
AOVICC TO CLCRKS. ''
y gXBEMT TICB8ARD,'
Te the elert -who would
succeed 1 say.' CULTIVATE
CHARM OF M.l.NNKIl.
Courteous manners In little
things sre sa ssset worth sc
qnlring. When a customer ap
proaches rise snd offer a chair.
8tep aside and let the atore's,
guest pass first Into tbe elevator.
These are little things, but they 4
make yon and your work finer, ' . J
To guy visitors or to give short, 7
sharp, flippant answers even to J
stupid or Impudent peop.e Is a
"greutmfstske.""' Meet" rudeness" Z
with nnfslllng patience end po- 4
llteness snd see bow much bet
ter you feel.
Most Inaccuracies come from not 4
reslly listening to wbst Is said or
not reslly see
ing wbst yon
put down. Tbe
chewing o t
or paper as a
Tbe world Is
now pro- T
nonnclna- It vulicar. unbualness- Z
like, useless snd silly. Keep
sbesd of your employer and of
tbe board or health In this
If your .business Is to wait on
customers be csreful i of your J
dress snd sppearance. Do your
msnlcurlng before you reach the
store. A toothbrush Is a good
Investment A salesman with a
bed breath Is dear at any price.
Let your dress be quiet nest snd
not too fashionable. To have a
prosperous appearance help yon
Inwardly and helps th busi
ness. . . '
Give each customer your whole
attention, and give Just aa con
stderSte s Mention to a little
buyer ss s big one.
If ssked for information be
sure you have It before you rive
It Do not assume thst tbe lo
cation or fact Is so now because
you once thought It so. 4
Don't misdirect Make your
directions so clear that they win 2
be a real help." - .7
Notieee eaer these olasstfUl headtags
will he laasrud at ewe esat a word, (tret
Insertion., half a esat additional laser
tloas. One toteta eard. II ser ssawtbt half
Inch sard. llnss) It per asssttfe.
' Cash must eeoeaipaay erase wnleae one
has aa open aeoount with (he papers No
riasnela! responsibility for errors; where
rrors occur free eorrsetod aotloe will he
printed for ps'roe. Minimum charge Jlo.
WANTED Tou to know that tbe Enterprise.-
Job printing department la
. the most complete In the State,
outside Portland. Try It for your
FOR SALE Space In this column.
Sell that old plow or harrow; you
don't use it since you purchased
your new one.
FOR SALE A good 110,000 farm for
aale. John W. Loder, Owner. Atty.
at Law, Stevens Bldg..
FOR RENT Liner space In this col-
am n. A few lines may rent that
house, atore or farm; they will cost
you but a few cents. .; '.
O. D. EBT, Attorney-at-Law Money
.loaned, abatracts furnished, laad
tltlea examined, estates, settled, gen
eral law business. Over Bank of
U'REN Jc BCHUEBKU Attorneyfrat-
Law, Deutacher Advokat will prac
tice In all court a, make collections
and settlements. Office In Enter
prise Bldg., Oregon City, Oregon.
V. R. HYDE, Abstract Office
Land titles Investigated, conveyan
cing, notary public. - - - .
Room 7. Barclay Bldg., Oregon City.
The Lure ef Artifioial R
, The somber costumes of the , winter
thst sre hsving such s vogue sre
brightened up effectively by the ex
quisite hsndmsde rosea of silk, satin
and chiffon. Milady of the picture Is
) ) Si
- r"fcv "
WASTE; CAN FOH USE ON
STREET CC?v?iER FCLE.
ABSTRACTS Or TITLE Title
Investment Co., Stevens Bldg.
Substantial Receptacle of Which Any
Town Might r.'ake Use.
The accomjienj Ing lllntratlon shows
a aelf closing can for nnelvlng paier
and other waste wbbh has been in
Lsuccessful oiierutiou during the past
four seaaons. and any town that cares
for tbe a pi ears nee of its streets might
I 41 I .-vy0 -.'.;
.4 nuK. ten
He pi i
how kiladx wsAsa bkji roans.
wearing a large specimen In her hat
another aa a corsage flower and a third
rose to complete the trilogy on the end
of her scsrf. The effect Is most pless-
Ing when color values are understood.
What Suggestion Will Do.
There la nothing thst plays so Impor
tant a part In the dally life of men and
women as does suggestion, says II. Ad
dlngton Bruce In the Delineator. No
matter how manjr setbacks come, keep
repeating to yourself optimistic auto- -suggestions.
Repetition Is one of the'
moat forceful Instruments of. sugges
tion. There Is a great truth underly-i
Ing the familiar aaylng. "As a man
thlnketh so Is he." Not only the peo
ple with whom you associate, but the
books you read, the. clothes you wear,
the pictures on your bedroom wall, tbe
very wall paper Itself, convey to you
suggestions which hsve an Influence
In the making of your character, the
shaping of your Ideals, the determining
of your life. See to It thst so far as
possible you banish the tawdry, the
coarse and the garish from your aight
Surround yourself with objects of
beauty. Keep your clothes neat and
clean, but do not aa ao many people
seem to do, regard them aa your chief
aim In life. Be especially solicitous
with regard to your choice of books.
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Read the horning Enterprise
sdopflt with advisability. The can is
semicircular In horlxontal section, with
a flat back, and Is made to fit Into tbe
iron street railway poles used In most
cities, being held In place by a hook
which eneaces In the latticework of
the pole- Thla permits essy removal
for the purpose of emptying the can.
The bottom of tbe can Is perforated
with half Inch holes, allowing water
from rains to drain off.
The top is a cover which Is made
somewhat smaller than the can Itself.
allowing about one Inch play between
the edge of the cover and tbe aides of
the can. The cover Is fastened to a
horlxontal rod which extends through
holes In opposite sides of tbe can and
serrVs ss a swivel, allowing the coVer
to awliSg downward. Thla rod la fas
tened 'a short distance from the back
of the cover, and at tbe back a weight
la fastened to the underside of tbe cover
sufficiently heavy to draw the Utter
back to place, thus making It self
closing. The material used In the con
struction of the csns la besvy gal
vanlsed iron, -tainted. For guidance,
the words Tush Down" are print
ed with stencil on top of the cover,
and the request to Tut It In Here'
la stenciled on the outside of tbe csn.
Qoed News For Retailors. .
It Is reported thst tbe mall order
houses experienced a shrinkage in
buslneaa during tbe past year, and the
bead of one of the biggest mail order
houses ststes that this shrinkage
doe to the retail merchants learning
to advertise their prices In big. figures.
I pound box of soda crackers 20d at
Beeieys. ; .- - ;
AB8TRACTS OF TITLE.
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR..
HARRY JONES Builder and General
Contractor. Estimates cheerfully
given on all classes of building
'work, concrete walks and reinforced
concrete. Res. Phone Mala 111.
DR. L O. ICE, DENTIST Rooms 4,
S and C Reaver building. Main St,
Oregon City. Phonea: Home A-Ut
and Pacific States 1221.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN John W. Loder,
Atty. at Law, Stevena Bldg.
MONEY LOANED We are acquaint
ed with the value of all farm- lands
In Clackamaa ; County and can loan
your money on good aafe aecurlty.
Farm loana made one. two and three
years at 7 per cent Abstracts of
title examined. DlMlCK A DIMICK.
Lawyers, Andresen Bldg.,. Oregon
D. K. BILL. CO., KEAL ESTATE
Farm. Timber. Grating, Agricultural
Lands, City Property, Small Fruit
and Poultry Rancbea for Sale, Wal
nut Land. Room 9 Beaver Bldg.,
Oregon City, Oregon.
E. H. COOPER, For Fire Insurance
and Real Estate.-. Let us handle
your propertlea we buy, Tiell ' and
exchange. Office In Enterprise
Bldg.i Oregon City, Oregon. -
FREYTAQ SWAFFORD. Real Es
tate Dealera, have choice bargains
in farm lands, city and suburban
homes,, good fruit landa and poultry
rancbea. See us for good buys.
Near S- P. depot
13 A CRES
of aandy loam, all good farm laad free
from stone and gravel. SVs acres In
cult, balance all slaahed, burnt and
seeded but one acre and has been for
a good many years so the clearing Is
not very hard ; 4 room box house, bars
20x22 ; good 1 well, also borders the
Tualatin river. Thla la fine peach,
berry or garden land. In fact good for
anything that grows; ' 4 miles of
Oregon City on a macadam road; It
miles of Portland on a macadam road.
The price of thla place -toss alwsys
been $2650 but for a quick sale owner
will take $2200. $800 down, balance
S years at 0 per cent
E. P. ELLIOTT eV SON ,
Oregon. City, Ore.
Near Suspension Bridge. .
SECOND HAND FURNITURE.
SECOND HAND Furniture, Curios and
Relics bought, sold snd exchanged.
Anything; from a darning needle to
'a ship's anchor. YOUNO, The
Second Hand Man, Main Bt. Ore
gon city. . 1 " a , ' ..; "
411 Hals, lotweta 4th Ml U La.
J. TQSIN,: rroprler.
C. T. Tooie,
Lawyer and Notary
Abstracts. : - .
CHARLES T. TOOZE .e CO.
Real Estate Bought and Sold.
Room 2. Beaver Bldg., Oregon City
Jf you want to A '
BUY A HOME, .
BUY A LOT,
Sse . . . -
CHAS. T. TOOZE & CO.
And If you want to seU farm, hems tr
let do likewise.
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