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MOKNING ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1911.
YTOURETTl Preeldsnt --
r. J. MUTER, Cashle
2 FIRST NATIONAL BANK
o! OREGON CITY , OREGON
aOnrsl tanking Business.
Open trm I A.M.UIP, M
SORGE A. HORDING
. DRUGGIST "
fURt DRUGS, PERFUMES, TOILET ARTICLES AND
STATIONERY. PRESCRIPTION ANO FAMILY"' RE
CEIPT CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED.
, ' '.'.".. ' V
' PHONE MAIN 3061. HOME, B 14.
Next Door lo Postoffice
E POINTED OUT
W Levitt m la Portland
. visiting with friends.
3, . r Boyer, living on Dltlslon
i, 1 1 I ported among tbe Mirk.
' ' of Jonnlnae Lodge, waa In
" ' on business yestordsy
e, of Portland. Is visiting
, gueal of Mr. Qualte, who
V Rchoenheins and Mlaa'
Jar visited with frlenda In
areday. ' I Liver more, of Pendleton,
- : lend a In the city, guost o(
. '. L llealle. .
I . : uarsh, of Cattliy. who re
T I I to (bat city from leba
r aartlug business In Ore-
. 1 Wood, of Aatorla,- who
ting at the homo of Mr.
. Cauflcld. returned to
Jrum, who haa been .very
m for aeveral yeara. came
' -' Jrum yesterday afternoonj
t Mni from bla Illness. .
i one of the prominent
' i elate men of Canby, waa
1 on bualueaa Wedneaday.
Gently purchased aeveral i
in Van Hoy, of (ioldendale,
lading with her parents,
V II. O. Van lloy, of Moun
Mlaa Van lloy la In the
jlness at Uoldendale.
I C i MrClure, who haa been
II I I tome time with typhoid
11 t 1 confined In the St. Vln
I I Ital. and her condition re
i t the eaiue, with very Ht-
ai Champion haa accepted
la the gerrest confectionery
"J filled the vacancy Uurlug
I rollenabee'a absence In'
Jornla. Mlaa Follenebea
if evening for C'hlco, and
1th frlenda for a month.
1 Lira. (Jporae Jacoba, of port.
In Oregon City yeaterday
"l the former's alater, Mra.
of the Went Bide. They
. automobile, and Margaret
, t... ) daughter of Mr. and Mra.
. r. a pan led them home for a
- -a vlalt.
To Introduce The. Morning
Enterprise Into a large major
ity of the honiea In Oregon
City and Clackamaa county the
management . baa decided lo
make a a peel al price for the
ilall? 'ssue, for- a . abort time
only, where the subscriber paya
a year In advance.
By crr!ry paid '. a . year i In
. Uy malt, paid a year In ad
People who gave our esnvss
eer a trial aubacrlptlon for one
or more montha, at ten centa a
week, can have the dally dollv
ered for a year for U 00 by
paying a year In advance.
People who gave our canvaa
ear a trial aubacrlptlon, by
mall, for four montha at a dol-
Iar,.may have the paper for a
year for 2.uo. ir paia a year in
Hubacrlbera to the Weekly
Enterprise " may chance tfielr"
aubacrlptlnna. tn Iha, Jtadljfra-j
reiving credit for half time on
the dally that the weekly la
paid In advance. When they
cbooae to add cash to the ad
vance payment equal to a full
year's advance ' payment they
may take advantage of the $1
-We make thla apeclal price
ao that people who have paid
In advance on aome other dally
and wish tor take the Morning
Enterprise, may, do ao wit bout
too, great expense.
LOCAL -DRI CPS
I wheat flour f l.JO aack t
'homemade Bread that can
v can get It at Bchrader'a
Mala atreet near foetof-
jvet'a r 4hat hot lunch
Ienta. 810 Main atreet '
'AM GRANGE FAIR.
Oattlng Thlnga Shaped
for Fall Exhibit.
f elected board of dlreo
Orange Pair Aaaoclatlon
f and perfected organlia
lag the following of fleer a:
fwla Bhattuck; vice preal
Jill; aocretary, Kmll Kar
r. T. R- llowltt.
itlon la In (rood condition,
f any Indehtedneaa ex
klch la owing to the fair
which are worth aeveral
lount. Several Improve
) 1 made the coming Bum
i ; effort will he made to
r. - nt fall that will ecllpae
t the kind heretofore held
i ' a.
Temlum Hat will be laaued
iprlng and will enumerate
, all exhlblta aRgregatlng
There are eight prlaonera
County Jail at thla time. .
The eighth grade exaralnailona will
be held today and tomorrow..
Them are three bid, fl for drilling
wella for water at Willamette, but ao
far Counclf haa not had a meeting
ana not opened bids.
The liooater Club of Mountain View
will hold Ita usual weekly meeting to
night at which time there will be a
Joint debate on the aubject, ' Resolved,
That Capital . Punishment Should He
AbollHhed." Those scheduled to talk
to the aubjoct are Bam Francis, George
Roberta, Krank Albright. Wm. Heard
Mra. M. B-own and Mra. O. W. Orlffln
Oranges lOo dotea at 8eeley'a.
Oo to Secreat'a for that hot lunch
aucceanor to Lenta, 610 Main atreet
Coal-oll lie a gallon at 8eeley's-
Oo to Secreat'a for that hot lunch
successor to Lenta, 910 Mala street.
neat Jap. rice 6c a pound at Seeley'a.
canaiea and Confections at
Main atreet. near Poetofflce.
je Hoeye, Dentist, Cau
I for Clears and 8mokera'
it to Postorflce.
raisins So a pound at Bee-
yz of soda crackers tOo at
The following are those registered
at the Electrto Motel:
Fred Cooper, V. J. Gray, J. J. Gray,
J. W. Lawrence. J. W. Cryer. II. Z.
Donaker, Portland; J. P. Lane, Crea
well; E. F. Valkman, E. W. Ijtwrence,
C. 0. Samson, Portland; Charlea Gen
try, Marlon;. Dnnlel Brugger, Mary
Brugger, 0. Davis, H. Blgelow, J. L.
Forbea, Portland; A.D. Irish, May
Mills, Lena Kraft and slater, Fayne
M. Coshow, Brownsville; J. F. Me
Olnnls. San Francisco; D. M. Roberts,
H. U Paris, Otto B. Blosser, E. H.
Carlton, Portland; August. Oephart,
Sherwood; B. Roy Lee, Canby; W.
A. SaUmarsh, Canby.
Dr. George Hoeys, Deatlat,
Meld Rldf., Oregon City.
Cloth-plna 4 doxen 5o at 8eeley'a.
For fine shoe repairing go to
Z OLD RELIABLE OREGON
CITY SHOE SHOP
' Work dens while yeu wait " ' '
k Oor Mottt Stfsfactln Gtfarantcccl
. SCHOENHEINZ, Proprietor
716 Main Bat. Sixth and Seventh. ..
GOOD ROADS CAMPAIGN BEGUN I
BY THE OREGON STATE
L-J ASSOCIATION,- -
0?CE OF STATE'S GREATEST NEEDS
- - -
Plan to Issue Bends Embraces Scheme
to Let the Roads Over the
State Help Pay for ,.'
(iuverijor.Went's strong Indorsement
of the Good Houde cause In his mes
sage to the Legislature haa given the
better hlghwaya movement tremen
dous encouragement and atrength.
"We may sing the state's pralaea to
tha aky and. apend a fortune In adver
tising our resources to attract home-seekers-
and settlers," said Governor
West, "but we will have but little suc
cess unleaa we can point to some
movement toward the construction of
good roads over which the products of
the farm may be handled to market."
' "Realizing now greatly .the state was
In need of good roads, and that
through our slip-shod methods ofToad
.patching thousands of dollars of the
people's njomr-wai lji'tng squandered
annually, a number of our public spir
ited cltliens .through, their organiza
tion,, the Oregon Good Roada Associa
tion, have thoroughly Investigated the
w hole question of mad building and I
understand will submit
slderatlon a number of bllla which
embody vlewa and recommcndatlona
In the matter. Knowing that their
recommendations are being prompted
solely by an earnest dealre to ace thla
state grldlroned by the beat system of
hlghwaya In the world, and at the
least possible cost to the taxpayera, I
ask that the whole question be Jclndljr
given the most careful consideration
-by- ymt. ' ,
With Governor Weat'a support haa
TOM LYNCH'S METHOD OF
' HANDLING CALL PLAYERS.
"Wbea I aianritred the. Stm
- Hrllsla elub- lu;lb Conner tU ol
iMgue," lufir l'relleDt Tom
l.yticb. "all of my men weren't
blue ribbon boys We bad been
having a terrible slump, ami I
took bold of. the team aa a. Ist
"We wou aomrthlng like twenty-three
out of twetiiy-flve gsniea
It) a month." said l.ucb recent
ly,, "capturing ten double bend
era. Ilw did we unike auii a
'allowing In bargain bills? Well,
I'U reveal tlw aet-ret. Home of
them liked tbrlr bottle of beer,
and they imrtkulsrty enjoyed It
,00. a hot day. "
"My boys would win the Aral
-game of a bargain bll. and then
1 would let them g to the club
house, where I bad Installed an
Icebox. In which thf re were sev-" I
eral bottles of beer on k-e.
"The playera who wanted to
Indulge In the beverage that
made Milwaukee famous could
do so without being lined T3y the
manager, who was myself."
NEW ORLEANS AUTO RACES.
lHen Joined the promises of many leg
islator that they will aupport the
good roada cause and the. bllla that
have been framed to meet the- good
roada construction need.
Oregon good roada advocatea are
bending the atrength of their united
Influence to secure adoption of five
highway measures nOw pending before
the legislature. Tbeae bllla, made
aw, will aet Into motion and make
possible a good roada campaign In
every county that will reault In actual
miles of road built. But the plana for
mutated by the Oregon Good Roads
Aaaoclatlon contemplate mors. "'.than
road building, they are intended to
aid In the building of better homos.
belter schools, and to make farirt work
The unit system of road building
- recommended - for . every - county.
Thla means that each county aided by
the atate will construct Ita own high
way ayatem In the way moat needed
by that particular county. - - ' -
Every unemployed man in every
county will be given work In road
building according to the present plan.
He will be made a producer of wealth
and an agent of development. Con
vict a will be taken from the Jails and
made to prepare material and In In-
atancea where H 1a desirable actually
build tha roads.
Making of macadlmlsed roada Is
recommended wherever possible. The
State Highway Commissioner will
have aa a duty the apread of Informa
tion explaining beat construction methods.
The bonding act la not Intended to
saddle debt on counties. It la expect
ed to make Immediately available $10,
ooo from the atate fund for every $20,
000 aecured by bonding. Future gen
eratlona who will enjoy the benefits
and pleaaurea of Improved highways
even more than the present will pay
for the roada gradually. If roads were
built on caah outlay the cost would
come before the benefits. Under the
bondlna act the road Itself guarantees
the outlay, and -the enhanced value of
property, the facilitated transportation
and the larger returns from effort, will
meet Interest and first coat. Good
roada are an Intereat-paying Investment
Annual Mardl ,Ors Event Billed Fee
Feb. 25 to 27.
The new year'a automobile racing In
the south-will begin lu Keliruary. The
third running of the so called New Or.
leans MardJ Crae spel carnival will
be held on Feb. Z 21 and 27. All
arrangementa have l-en completed.
- Thelrrndltlona prmnlne a blgiJeld
of- Cars. The rie list totals I.I.ViO
The events rsnpe front. Ave toOft
miles, snd there are two one-hour con
testa. Efforts are being made to se
cure all the prominent drivers In the
country. The prizes have been divided
to your con-1 so as to temm the star drivers. Ar
rangements have been made to make
the track unusually fast It will be
scraped, oiled snd packed more firmly
The Mardl Gras races are alwaya a
feature of the southern sveed aeason.
New Orleana alwaya staggers at that
time' under the press of tbe festival
aeelng crowd. The auto races are a
relief from thS monotony of peaceful
pageanta. fancy drens parades and
other M9.rfll Gr'-I,,ltiir!,Moreover. a
New Orleana show will be held lq, Feb
ruary at the fair grounds during the
progress of the meet
M'GRAW TO PLAY AGAIN.
Manager of Giants Peoposoa to Got
Himeelf Inte Condition For Season.
Tbe latest celebrity to make an ef
fort to ''come back" Is John McCraw.
manager of tbe New Tork Giants. Mc
Graw baa given It out that be proposea
to get himself In perfect condition this
spring, ss he Intends to play In many
of the Giants' early games.
McGrsw got oat of harness because
of an Injured leg. Tbla baa been welt
rested and may. have entirely healed. In
which event there is no doubt that Me-
Graw would still be of great service to
bis team. There oerer waa a cleverer
batter than tbla aame McCraw. lis
could tantalize a pitcher more than
any of tbe great aluggers, for there
was nothing sbout the srt of worrying
a pitcher that McCraw could not do.
Of course McGrsw may be like some
of. the" other old fellows when ne
starts to train be may Ond It too atren
nous work to continue and give op the
Idea of plsytng sgaln.
T ' ,
St. Louis Plans fa Make A. B, C,
Ever.t Best Ever Hell'
NEW WAY TO HANDLE SPDS
Idsa la te Have Men Shoot Individual
Entry In Same Mannar a Deubloa.
Thereby Having en Allaye Two
. Squads ef Bewlere at One Time.
The eyes of tbe bowling work! will
be turned toward 8t Louis during tbe
last week of January snd tbe Drat In
February, wbeo the mighty lournu
ment-of the American bowling con
greas will I on. Twenty thousand
games will be-rolled daring the two
weeks of the tournament on the six
teen alleys used for that purpose.
Not one other ball than a boll, to count
scores In this tournament -will be roll
ed In tbla building or ou the alleys to
be built II places sit on nn equal
footing, snd It guaranteea to the vis
itor a square deal In tbe game be baa
traveled a long way to aupport.
Tbe foundation of tbe game la laid
In aoclabitlty and en,uareneaa. and Et
Louis will furnish both. The Bt Louie
I C-" ' J
" Lacrosse Tumi For Olympic Games.
B. Floorman of Vancouver plana to
take two lacroeae teams to play at the
Olympic games In Stockholm. Sweden.
July 10 snd 21. 1012. Floorman Og
ares on the Vancouver and New West
minster teams aa the onea In line for
the trip, and hla plana propone an ex
tended tour of Europe In addition to
playing at the" Olympic games. Be
proposes to play a couple of games In
eastern Canada and one In New Tork
city before leaving America. 'In Eu
rope he plana to play In London, Parts,
Bordeaux. Hamburg. Berlin. Copen
hagen, Chris tlanta aud Stockholm.
Yes, After All,
It's Vp to Vs!
Trotting Futurity Worth 121,000.
Tbe list of nominations announced
recently for tbe twenty-first renewal of
the Kentucky trotting futurity, for
foala of 1010, which has a value of
$21,000, contains 814 , weanlings. The
entries come from thirty -Ave states.
England and Canada also are repre
PEARL CHOP HOUSE
Iverything Strictly Fresh. Short Or
I ders Cur Specialty
)i & O'DONNEL, v Proprietors
Cttween 5th ixd 6th, on Main Street
Horse Rsolno In Australia.
In Australia racing goes on every
day in the year, it'a the favorite
sport of the antlnodee. Tbe Mel
bourns cup is worth $50,000 to tbe
winner, while the Derby paya $20,000
SPORTS IN BRIEF
PR0QBES8, which spells PROS
PERITY, Is but another way of spell,
lot PUBLtCITT. .
In ADVERTISING, In making thlnga
known from mao to men, from wo
man to woman, lies the secret of SUC
CESS for which Individuals and com
munition seek. . J ,
The day of waiting for BUSINESS
to step In at the door and SUCCESS
to-blow In at tbe window Is past .
Ws must go out and corral BPSI
NESS and coat SUCCESS.
And ths ons way to do It Is spelt sot
P-U-B L-t-C-I T-T. '
Professional aculllng Is booming bt
Stockholm atadlum. where the 1012
Olympic gamea will be held, will Beat
1 30.000, ' ,
Atlanta will have the Drat six day
bicycle race ever held In the south In
Vincent Powers. American Jockey,
will ride In Germany next year for
$10,000 a year
"Knockout Brown" and Tommy Mur
phy are going to fight again on the
night of Jan. 23 In New York.
Tom Flanagan, the once fly by olght
manager of Jack Johnson and agent
for Tom Longboat, la out with a atate
went that beer la not Injurious to an
athlete while In training.
1 YOU HORSE ' '
YOU Ft WATCH . -
' ' -... . ,
YOU efiKETSOOK s
'" '" : ' v ' .
Try few liners In our cheap column j
they may find it for -you.
abi LAa0TBY,esx-aa-rABT or ambjuca
, SOWLIRO COHOBBtO.
people are preparing to entertain tbe
bowlers or give them a golden oppor
tunity to entertain themaelvea. and
the American bowling congreaa la pre
paring to see that all get a square
The tournament building Is one of
the largest In tbe country, and tbe
floor space Is enormous.
Entries cover a large territory, hav
ing been received from Vancouver to
New Tork and front Montreal to Mo
Te Try Out New Feature.
A new feature will be tried oat this
year. In former tournaments, when
two. fall aiuada of Ave men teams
shot tbe olgbt previous. It became nec
essary tbe next day In order to take
care of the' doubles and singles of all
members of these Ave men squads to
start bowling . io some Instances as
early aa 7 JO a. m- and this .has caaaed
considerable discontent among tbe
bowlers so early ecbedoled." There
hardly seemed sny remedy for tbla.
but It haa been found by Secretary
Abe Lanjrtry. and be haa had tbe Illi
nois Bowling association, also ths Chi
cago Bowling association, try It oat
for him In two tournamenta since the
last national' tournaments, and they
have found It worked to a charm.
v How the Scheme Works.
Tbe Idea Is to double op tbe indi
vidual equada and have them aboot
their Individual entry In . the aame
manner aa they would the doubles,
thereby hsvlng on the tournament al
leys at one time two squads of Indi
vidual bowlers while heretofore there
was only oue squad snooting A great
deal of time haa been lost with Indi
vidual squads In checking them tn at
the paddock, and In addition to that
the greatest loss of time wss when
one bowler started to lag. either wait
ing for his ball or from fatigue, as the
pace set In the Individual event waa
Now, to aboot tbe bowlers In doable
squads will give each man a abort pe
riod of rest, which will not only work
to hla advantage, but to the advantage
of the tournament secretary, and In
doing so It will save about Ave min
utes to a squad, and wben you flgure
from twelve to fourteen aquada daily
yon will readily aee a saving of one
hour and over and the starting of the
tournament that much later In ' tbe
evening. This la aurely a great boon
to tbe bowler who ahoota the night
before, aa be can anatch a few extra
winks snd be satisfied. This be will
thank the American Bowling congress
for, and other tournamenta will aurely
follow the lead within a year or two
wben they aee the advantage of the
Chiotjoana Take Up Javelin Throwing 4
Physical Director Martin Delaney of
the Chicago Athletic aasoclatiou plana
to jrlve Western track entbuslnsta a
novelty by Introducing the Javelin
throw aa an event for his track men
to train for.
The new event hns been a feature of
tbe Olympic games for some time past
and has been Included In the programs
of several eastern meets, bat It cams
to tbe west aa an Innovation. Delaney
believes the new event will add great
ly to the entries tn any meet which
Includes the new event on Its card.
The Forty Frock That
Looks Chsao, but Isn't
f$? m m -
Nolea undor those alaasirM hoa4tn
win m raane ai on ont a worS, ri
Insert tun. half a en additional Ina
ttona. One Inrh card, II par aimilhl half
Inch rard. 44 llnral l par month.
Cash must aocotnoanv ortlar unlaa ana
haa Sn own account with tha Dauar. Na '
financial raanonslblllty for errors; where
rrora occur rraa corrrtd notloa will bo
prlntod for pa Iron. Minimum charge llo, 1
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WAITED You to know thal'tlie En
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the most complete la .the Stars,
outside Portland. Try It for your
WANTED Small advertisements for
this column. Prices very reason
able. 8ee rates at head of column.
': FOR SALE.
FOR SALE Space In this column.
Sell that old plow or harrow; yon
don't uae It since you purchaaed
our new one..
FOR SALE A good $ 10,000 farm for
aale. John W. Loder, Owner. Atty.
st Law,- Stevens Bldg. --
. FOR RENT.
FOR RENT Liner space In this col
umn. A few lines may rent that
house, store or farm; they will cost
you but a few cents.
FABTT ooww TOM oiau
Very sweet snd simple looking Is the
girl's party gown seen In the cat. hot
It Is a simplicity thst makes father's
pocket book flatten out to an appre
ciable degree wben the bill Is sent In
for the creation. The material Is gauzy
figured net In-lovely nuances of pinks
and greens, and the nnderalip Is of
silver tlasue.- The pretty rose decora
tions s're of silk and made especially
for the gown.
HARRT JONES Builder and General
Contractor. Eatlmatea cheerfully
president's dsughter-look---etyT .wnpn .. aiiciassea or. nuuaing
w , cuucrviv wuti ana retaxurcwa .
concrete. Res. Phone. Mala 111.
Miss Taft's Fendnosa For Brown.
Pink and brown are the White House
colors. Helen Tsft pre fern brown and
constantly uses It ss s theme in her
dresses. Her mother clings-to pink.
attractive in a rough brown homespun
anlt the aklrt a modified "hobble" with
ample proportions for a graceful stride,
and the coat aemlflttlng and trimmed
In dark brown velvet aa to enffa and
collar.. She has a beautiful golden aft
ernoon gown built on brown mescaline,
with touches of old rose and gold In
the underlining, while the main ma
terial Is. diet almost completely cover
ed In wrought designs of thick brown
silk. She baa a natty brown fur coat
and with it ahe wears a for turban
with one big red rose on the right aide.
LMrs. Tsft likes tbe old fashioned china
pink -more than any of the more mod
ern hues, such as ros. shell and salm
on. One of the state gowns of Mrs.
Taft Is of heavy aatlu In peachblow,
embroidered in deeper abades of pink.
O.-D. EBY, Attorney-at-Law, Money
loaned, aba tracts furnished, land
titles examined,- estatea settled, gen-
- eral - law business. Over Bank of
ITREN ft SCHUEBEL, Attorneys-atp
" Law, Deutscher'Advokat, will prac
tice in all courts, make collections
and settlements. Office tn Enter
prise Bldg., Oregon City, Oregon.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
V. R. HYDE, Abstract Olf Ice
Land, titles investigated, conveyan
cing, notary public. ,
Room 7, Barclay Bldg., Oregon City.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE Title
Investment Co., Stevens Bldg. .
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR.
If you would sell
YOUR FARM 1 .' ! .
YOUR HORSE .
Try what tha cheat eolamns of the
Morning Enterprse can do for you.
" Choice of a Wife.
Jeremy Taykr very aptly summed
up his opinion of the unwise choice of
a wife In the folio whig words: "A very
fool la he that chooses for beauty prin
cipally. Hla eyea are , witty, bnt his
soul Is sensual. It la an 111 band of af
fection to tie two hearts together by a
little thread of red and white."
Theee are Indeed true sentiments,
snd ths man Is both nnwusa and un
lucky who merely selects his wife be
cause she Is a pretty girt. Pretttness
alone never yet made for happiness.
Tbe girl who csn be a true friend, a
devoted companion and a loving wife
Is worth a great deal more to her hus
band than- "tbe little thread of red and
whltewblch the old time divine con
demns. When the Qrapaa Hang High.
To paraphraae the rhyme "Every
thing la lovely and the goose hangs
high." everything Is right up to ths
moment In fruit decorations when the
fhoto or American Press Association. .
aiLvaa ampa bakobr.
grapes hang high on a silver holder
made expressly for tbe purpose. In
other words. It Is the lateat way of ar
ranging the big. luacloua bunches of
hothouse grupee when they are need as
a table centerpiece.
Oo to Secrest'a for that hot lunch
successor to Lenta. 610 Mala street '
DR. L G. ICE. DENTIST Rooms 4,
B and 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. .
MONEY LOANED We are acquaint- ,
ed with the value of all farm lands
In Clackamaa County and can loan
your money on good safe security."
Farm loans made one, two and three)
yeara at 7 per cent Abstracts at
title examined. DIMlCK ft DIMICK,
Lawyers, Andreeen Bldg., Oregoa
City, Oregon. .
D- K. BILL CO., REAL ESTATE
Farm, Timber. Grailng, Agricultural
Lands, City Property. Small Fruit
and Poultry Ranchea for Sale, Wal
nut Land. Room Beaver Bldg.,
, Oregon City, Oregon.
eTH. COOPER, For Fir Insurance
and Real Estate. Let as handle
your properties wa bay, sell and
exchange. Office ' In ' Enterprise
Bldg., Oregon City, Oregon.
FRETTAG ft 8 WATFORD. Real Es
tate Dealers, have choice bargains
In farm lands, city and suburban;
homes, good fruit landa and poultry
ranches. See us for good buys
Near 8. P. depot
1 3 ACRES
of sandy loam, all good farm land free
from stone and gravel.' $4 acres tn
cult, balance all slashed, burnt and
seeded but one acre and haa been for
good many years so tha clearing la -
not very hard; 4 room box houae. barn
20x22; vgood well, alao borders tha
Tualatin river. This Is fin, peach,
berry or garden land, In fact good for
anything that grows; i miles of -
Oregon City on a macadam road; It
miles of Portland on a macadam road.
The price of thla place haa alwaya
been $2650 but for a quick sale ownef
will take $2200, $800 down, balano
$ yeara at 6 per cent
E. P. ELLIOTT ft SON
Oregon City, Ore.
Near Suspension Bridge.
SECOND HAND FURNITURE.
8ECOND HAND Furniture, Curios and
Relics bought, sold and exchanged.
Anything from a darning needle to
a ship's anchor. YOUNG, Tha
Second Hand Man, Main St, Ore
, 411 Mala, letweta 4th asd fcl ttt,
OREGON CITY, ORB. "
. A. TOIN, FrepHeter. '
Rea 1 Estate Opportun ities
O TToose, .
Lawyer and Notary
CHARLES T. T002E ft CO.
Real Estate Bought and Bold.
Room S. Beaver Bldg , Oregoa City
If you want
BUY A FARM,
BUY A HOME.
BUY A LOT,
CHAS. T. TOOZE &; CO.
And If you want te sail farm, home or
lot do likewise.