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MOUNINO ENTERPRISE. , TUE8DAY, 'JANUARY 24, 1911.
C R 0 m D S C ONTI-NUE AND SALE
I; TOIPOIWS STOCK PROCEEDS
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Owing to the fact that a great number of our out of town customers received our advertisement to late to take advan
tage of our free offer last Saturday morning. We have decided to repeat the offer for next Saturday, therefore
WE WILL GIVE ABSOLUTELY FREE
The number will be banded out as the first hundred enter.
. . t betrtna a number to each of the first 100 persons who enter our doori at opening hour Saturday January 28th. You don't need to' buy a cent's worth.
. Vj Cay have the lucky number. It costs you nothing to try. Holder of one number receives absolutely free, quarter sawed Oak Rocking Chair. Holder of another number receives a handsome picture. Doors Open Promptly at 9
-Yi.M. Get in line earlv. Be one of the first hundred. t - " , , , - . -1
Li uurlog this weefc we will continue to give More and Better Bargains than were ever before
' -..rJ -.j 4 ':. t -r-v i ..-r. . . J . , . .'.' ' ,,( , '" a4 ' g-t . TO THOSE WHO RECEIVED NUMBERS LAST SATURDAY WE WISH
C ... ;d m this or any other city. Drastic Price Cuts arc the rule with us during this Great T0 announce that the drawing will take place next sat.
URDAY, JANUARY 28th, AT t A. M. AND IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT ALL
' HOLDING TICKETS BE PRESENT ON THAT DATE AND HOUR. . r
and you will be sorry if you do not take advantage of them. Store Open evenings during this Sale.
lace J door north oi
3 First National Bank
ELLIOTT BROS. IN CHARGE
the place 514 Main St.
Across from Post Office
r. C 1 ta. Grant Dlmlck were
J s..;i relatives at Hubbard on
Urn. T: Ivarhart. of Mountain
Ham - t .--i t.ft. - -
Host. V. . - tmn went Id Baloni
watwerr r Jug wrrrre li altendd
fdar aa4 i
Br anil ltt(l dmi(th
r Ih Oriroa 0f 7-
At, teacher In th Tort
aa In (rwn tty Bat
B vlMltlna her uarrnta.
t)r. a4 tlJ. U. L. Krlly.
Mr fl P. Ctimm and Mra. II. N.
VoaZ , Ct HtKxt uivnr, are la thta
It fir of ihHr lntr, Mra. N.
f, A ). They will rtmln In
ia t-T I- wa.
' of the Curtain A Ron
plalonera of Ua Ao
". aa In trpann city
jlnf piiatM'a and on-
Mm. Kmtna UooUllve Htaplna, almr
In law of Mra. Mary McCarvcr, of thl
city, whoa homo la at Manltuu, Colo-
ratio, who haa leen vllilnn at th
boinv'nf Mr. and Mra. Cbarlca llah
cwk, Of TUIrtPtinth aod WanhlnKton
irp.-i. Irft toiby for Portland, where
Mi will remain for few duya. Kh
dm afntanted thtu city by hr
ului-o, MU Kintna Wllklnaon, and
Frank Oiriliewakl, of ManUau. who
.will alao apend Um winter Id Califor
nia. Mlaa Anita leC'arvcr accumnan-'
led U m as far at pprlland.
TV lertv Hoye, Ueatlat, 'Caii
Held BH i Orfw City.
Mr. and Mra. B. C. Ilrooka and aon
Hay and dauxhter Iiverne apent BtirH
day with friend In lafayette, OreKon.
vUltlnK a aUter of Mra. Ilrooka, Mra.
Ulna Jeaale Taddock baa been rn
tlnel aa deputy In the office of coun
ty treasurer. .
U. 11 Kly IS In I'ortUoJ today at
tending the convention Of hardware
! ftribbtiia. : one : of . the
Juttttm Ma. . rir.....n flu a..n.l.. men mil uniiirmciiv u.-.ifi.
aitln. wtts t w hrth.r ii t ib.iw Co to Becreet for lht hot hwclv-
. t- -J.., aucceaaor to Lenta, 610 Main afreet
Jtf . n.n. V..i..j iw.rt. Mlaa Ela Moehnke haa realxned
Jd.'.ej Wnretioa rii. Sundae h'f imtlw In the F.tQda achoola
we .n.i u 11 f H..K. on account of the lllneaa of her broth
J mm " rlnrA I. .nvin.Jr Ola er. ( . I
.- i t rtiT ' i I ' WIUMm Bni.Me.of Rnniualde. North
Sr- r ' J m t Th..ma r Pri. Clackamaa. waa a vlaltor In this cliy
-C , m. .11. n. ,.. Monday.
s.kmd Mr. it it r.rti!. Annual Bliihra. one of the prominent
jt waa formerly nianuicer f"nera of Heaver Creek waa trana-
dlbe Ort'con City Kilter- c"n Bualneaa In Oregon ( Uy on Mon,
T.... . . . I day.' i i 'i i; ' y
'-'raw Kocher one of the! Mvld Itrldenatlne. of Eatacada. has
rmlna imoWmeni wmi of .f'nlly told. Ma farm, and la now
i.?. ta thla rly on bualiieaa "hH.' tr a hftcaMon near Oregon
; 1 3rsln on bla way to J'ort-! 1 "f
1. !A wOcher will attend the Con
"ncf Implement dealers that con
tilt, .land this week.
Kewton, of Han' Franclaco,
i fn City Punday vUltlnir
irin lnw, Mra. I Newton.
' tae Bpa Confocllonery on
it. Mr. Newton waa on
aw York, where he aoea
a ana u'naii iMiianmnn
i 1 r-allfonila fn Fehrttary
, .' t will vlalt aome of the
lale houae n( Ban Fran-
' Wt. aome of ilieli novel
-I hey will alert vImII their'
: Lena, of that city, and
rother, Charka, of Barra-
te, one of the moat pporjii
were of Canny.' waa 'In
Sday evening to attend
jrhlch hna been called by
of the State Hortlcuttur
lch will be held In Port
. i f r. Coe la one of the en-
' growera of the rounty,
i . since fall 720 boiea of
! doxen at Beeley'a.
Freah ranaiea and Confections at
Dtinn'a. . Main afreet, near Poatoffloe.
K. C. Aahhough. repreaentlng the
llaradan confectionery company, of
Portland, waa In Oregon City on Mon
day. Thoa. Johnson, of Willamette, and
Dan and Busle Smith, of thla city,
were baptized at the Daptlst church
Sunday evening at Ihd rrirnhir aervlce.
Ceorge Qrnnrf, tha prenilnent tea
ale Brewer of MolaOift, waa transacting
buslneaa In Oregon City ort Saturday.
Henry Heard, who was taken III at
the home of hla parents, Mr. and Mra.
William Dr&nl' at (Mountain View a
few days SCO, Is thrvstebod with pneu
monia. In the prlae contest at the dance In
the Armory Saturday night Ous Zim
merman, of HQwaukle, and Mtas Cora
Smith, of Canemah, won the prize for
bent wait ling.
Mlaa Ixtulae Flandnra eipects to
enter Washington High School, Port
land, and apend the remainder of the
school year there.
I ho best Homemade Ilread that caa
be baked; you can get It at 8chrader's
nakery, on Mala atreet near Poatof-flee.
Trr Shoes go to (he
3gon City Shoe Store
I sell ah(Ma and nothing but shoes. We can fit your feet with
J - . . ! v.
s highest grnde shoes on the market. For ladles ask for the
in H. Croas or the P. J. Harneynone better at any price.
)e Stacy-Adams shoe Is a sure cure for corns and aching feot
have ISO pairs of Rubbers for men at 60 cents a pair, while
ey Inst one pair for each customer.
60 pairs Infants' vlcl kid patent toe shoes, sites S to 6, at 45o.
pair, In button or lacev e...
ogon City Shoe Store
Main Btreat, Opposite Poatoffloe.
.verything Strictly Fresh. Short Or-
N & O'DONNEL, - - Proprietors
I Between Sth and 6th, on Main Street -
W. H. Ilublo. of Sllverton. waa In
Oregon City on buslnens on Monday.
Victor Hosaetler, of Portland,, rep
reautitlug Lug 4 Co., waa among th
yreiton City ylaliora on Moni.
There were a large' numlwr of peo
pin ont from Portland Sunday to see
the Fall at flood ltd. With the large
quantity of water flowing. over the
Kails they were a pretty sight and
Lwell worth coming to see.
cio to rjecrest s for that bot lunch
successor to Ijents, 619 Main street
Milton Price la arranging to give
ope of hla successful dancing partlea
at the Armory on Saturday night,
when the Farmer orchestra will play
for the dancing.
10 bars laundry eoap I.rc. Seeley'av
Among those who are on the sick
list at Mountain View this week are'
Mr. Crawford. Mr. Ingram and David
Iloheson. The latter la one of the
prominent Oregon ploneera, and his
condition waa Improved lust night
Sneley'a best flour, f 1 50 saik.
Paul ptmn, of Sandy, and Tlud
Thompson, of Klllln. both members of
the County Doard of Koad Supervisors,
were in Oregon City Monday on offi
Philip J. Slnnott, of thla city, left
on Wednesday pvenlng"ofMsr--Wf,eir'
for Klaniath Falls. Oregon, where he
has accepted a position aa city editor
of the Klamath Fall a Kvenlng Herald.
Mlsa Amy Ilrowu, of Portland, Is
spending a few weeks with her sisters,
the Misses llrown, In West Oregon
Cio to Becrest's for that hot lunch
auocessor to Lenta. 610 Main street.
Henry llrand ia planning to open a
store at Clermont, on the W. F. School
ey A Co. 'a allotment. The people liv
ing in ttuit neighborhood have been
wishing for auoh -an lutprovuuient for
Donald Porter, a atudvnt at the
Electric Business University. In Port
land, made a recent call upon Carl F.
Anderson. Mr. Porter waa greatly In
terested In the natural attractions of
our beautiful city.
Coal-oll ISq a gallon at Seeley's .
Harvey Farmer Is having a hand
some residence built on the corner
which he recently purchased from P.
J. Wlukel. This beautiful home, when
. I .. I .. k. .1 h.III m.A k..mK .a It., a r. l a i-
IllimuvMj, will nun iiiiiiu iv ftliv
auce of the nnlgbborhood-, , Charles
Shields planned the house aud is con- J
atruQtlng It. , ... . j
Dr. George Hoeye. Dentist, Cau-.
flold Wdg., Oregon City. -
John N1eler.' who lived In this ctty !
about ten years ago, haa arrived herel
and la vlaltlng with old friends. Mr. j
Nlcber Is now residing In Republic, j
Wash... and la foreman of one or the
A. R. Dlmlck. brother of Judge Mm
Ick. of this city, is Tlsttlnr'tor a few
daya with hla family at Hubbard. Mr.
Dlmlck has been In New Jersey for
the past four years, and la now aun
erlntendent of the Jersey Central Rail
way, lie win return Gaat ruoaaay..
: Three cans corn 25c. Seeley"s.
W. H. McCIellan, who haa been suf
fering from the results of a fall during
the recent cold weather when he fell
on the porch of the home of his daugh
ter. Mrs. N. M. Alldredgo, Is Improv
ing. Mr. McCIellan had three ribs
fractured, which have been yery pain
Ml. 3 cans Holly milk 15c Seeley'a.
Carl ). Hodea, who waa forced out
of the corner room with hla saloon
when the Cambrlnus block waa re
built, haa . again taken up with the
corner , location, at Main and Sixth
streets, and has opened his saloon for
C. A. ljren, who has been visiting
with his pnrents. Mr. and Mrs. E. 8.
ljirsen. of this city, left on Thursday
for Calgary, Canada, where he Is em
ployed by the Grant Smith, noomer
Hughes Irrigation Company. This
company ta Installing an Irrigation
plant' to cost about $fi,t)00.000, and the
work will laat for several yeara. , ,
Council meets tonight In special ses
sion, and Mayor Brownell expects to
be there to preside.
Homer Harrington, who vlalti Ore
gon CUy weekly In the Interest of the
Telegram, went fishing Sunday with a
friend. eo. W. Woodward,' They went
to the Sandy river, in thla county, and
were successful In landing 10 salmon
trout that were beautloe. . The biggest
one measured 21 Inches and four of
them weighed 6VI pounds. ,. . ..
Mayor' Ilrownell was at his office
Monday for the first time In several
days.' While th Mayor had quite a
wrestle with grip he Is feetlng pretty
much his old self snd la again ready
for the business strife which comes to
an active man In business.
The little Rivers bnbyj which wm
operated on when W ;Ofo Nhiya 'oliL
Is reported aa doing ' ihlceiy with i
good chance of living to, a ''good. old
ageJ.' Mr, and Mrs. Rivers are to be
congrstulated that thq.UUle lad is
xmaklng such a game little fight for
health and prosperity,. , ,4 -,nr f, .,uy
Soma women marry for lore white
not a few marry for alimony. t :
: Try Dunn' fof Cigars and Smokers
Goods. Next to Postofflce.
AFTERNOON AT ELECTRIC.
Woman's Club to Have a Benefit fn
Near Future. .
The Woman's Club Is preparing to
give an aftvrnoon and an evening pro
gram at the Electric Theatre In the
near future, for the benefit of the Im
provement of McLougblln Park. There
will be two performances, matinee and
evening, and the main feature will be
an Illustrated talk on the "Sacking of
Thla picture has only reeently been
released aod la one. of the finest ever
exhibited In thla country. There will
be an amusing farce, "The Sausage
Machine." a solo by Oarlnnd Hollo
well, a rlolln and piano duet by the
Burse n brothers, and a- vooal duet id
costume by Mrs. A. A. Price and Har
old 8wafford. The date of the per
formance will be announced in a few
CALLED TO HIS RE8T.
Rev- Qulnn Diss After VeryShort III
Rev. Joseph H, Qulnn died suddenly
Monday morning at his home In Motin
t)n.Vlcw. He was sick Jmt a few
hours, htfvTiTg het-n InTaTTsuiT health
Sunday and filling his appointments
as usual. About- 4 o'clock Monday
morning he waa taken auddenly ill and
died within a few hour. Jlls death
was caused by heart trouble and he
waa 58 yeara of age.
Deceased spent his boyhood days In
this rlty and haa lived much of hla life
in this county. .At the time of his
death he waa supplying four churches
at Mountain View Cnlon church.
Teanle Creek. Molalla and Russellvllle.
He leaves a wife and seven children.
Joseph. William and Beaale Qulnn, of
this city, and Mrs. Price. Mra. Frlnk.
Mrs. C.llmore and Mrs. Miller, of Ida
ho. Funeral armncements will be an
FUNERAL THIS MORNING.
Mrs. Moldenhauer Dies Sunday at
Home In Willamette.
Mr. Clara Volght Moldenhauer. wife
of William J. Moldenhauer, died at 8
o'clock Sunday morning at her home
In Willamette, aner an inneas oi tnree
months. Death vfaa due to cancer.
Mra. Moldenhauer came to America In
September. 1852. to Portland, Ore., No
vember 15. 18S9, and lived on a farm
at Clarkes nine yeara before coming
to Oregon Cltr five years ago. She
had lved at "Willamette for the laat
two yeara. 8be la aurrlved by a hus
band and three children, Carl, of Will
amette; Mrs. Clara Jetgke. of Park
place, and Mra. Etta Parrlsh. of High
land. These three children are the
only wnrvlvora of a family of 11.
The funeral will take place this
he Tjitheran church at
Eluhth and Jefferson streets and the
Interment will he In Mountain View
n.it The funeral cortege will
leave the residence at Willamette at
' LUCHT FINED $75-
Justice Samson Hears the Case, With
Jury of Five.
The case against Fred Lncht,
charged with having and keeping his
fence 1n the highway, was tried In
Justice Samaon's court Monday. The
claim was made, and proved at the
trial, that his fence waa some ten feet
over the road line. '
In his own defense Lncht claimed
that he tried to find out In the county
records where the real line was, Just
how wide the road had been laid out,
and that he could get no aatlsfactlon
and hence refused to move in the matter.-
, . " . .
,The case was tried to a Jury and the
verdict -waa against Lncht. Judge
Samson then assessed a fine of 175,
having in view to tag up to defehae
enough to cover coat of prosecuting
the case.. Defense gave notice of ap-
Three cans tomatoes 25c, Seeley'a.
" Best creamery butter 80o roN. See-
BREAKS HIS LEO.
BODY WILL BE CREMATED.
Jacob H. Mader a Philippine Soldier
' The funeral of Jacob H. Mader, who
died while enroute home 'from the
Philippines, waa held In Portland Mon
day. Hla remalna will be cremated
today. Mader was an old Oregon City
boy, and he bad a wide circle of
friends here. He waa an Eagle and
a number of members from the. Oregon
City lodge attended the funeral Mon
day. He waa a rising young man who
had mado good In several Instances.
He died aboard the transport Sheridan
when two daya out irom Manila.
Robert Williams Falla to the Street
. Robert Williams, on old millwright,
well known around the mills in this
city, fell on the street Monday after-noon.-
near, the corner of Main, and
fractured bla left leg. , He was taken
to the offtce of Dr.. Melssner, where
the fracture was reduced. -Williams
Is quite an eld man but It
Is believed he will be able to recover
hla usual health wltbln a short tima,
! k pound box of soda crackers 20c at
Seelem. " ' ''""
r.-u'i, n ) un it ii - - - ii i-s n .,
. ,., Suae Pstar Hsfty for 27. .
t The American .Adjustment Co. hss
filed a suit agtlnst Peter Hefty to re
cover $27.25 and costs. '-It is charged
that' Hefty purchased 1 merchandise
from Qottsaoker Bros., to the amount
of tha claim, which has been assigned
to the plaintiff. , , " , . ,
Nuptials Soltmnlied at Rtaidence of
Archbishop, In Portland.
The marriage of Miss Florence Ma
rie McFarland, daughter of Mr. and
Mra. Samuel W. McFarland. of this
city, and Mr. Albert Burton Combe,
resident manager of the Mutual Life
Inmrinu Cnmtianf. of Portland, was
solemnized yesterday afternoon at
4:30 o'clock at the Archblshop'a resi
dence In Portland," the ceremony be
ing performed by Father. Hlllebrand,
of thla city." Mr. and Mrs. Combs left
on the Shaata Limited for Southern
California, where tbey will remain for
a month, and upon thelr return will
make their home at 378 East Yamhill
tt VrParland haa resided In thla
city for the past three years, and dur-
Ing her residence here nas taken pan
In many entertainments, being one of
Oregon Clty'a elocutionists. Mr.
Combs resided here for a short time
before taking np his residence In Port
land. Mlsa McFarland wore a gown of old
rose color with hat to match, and Car
ried a boquet of LiUles of the Valley.
YOUNG LADY BETTER. .
Miss Freda Martin Improving From
Her Severe Injury.
Mlsa Freda Martin, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Martin, who met with painful
Injuries while coasting on Twelfth
street, has improved ao that she Is
able to be out, but la still unable to
have - the use of her left arm. Her
eye waa injured, but thla Is also im
proving. Miss Martin's escape from
death was miraculous, as h.er heed
struck a fence poet, but before strik
ing this Mlaa Martin, who was In com
pany with one of her girl friends on
the sled, waa rendered uneonscloua by
coming In contact with h rock or some
obstacle near the sidewalk. Although
Mill uneonscloua she remained on the
sled when the sled ran into the fence
post. Her companions carried her to
her home on Eleventh and Main
streets, where she baa been confined
to her home since.
Real Estate Opportunities
C- T. Tooze,
Lawyer and Notary.
CHARLES T. TOOZE aV CO.
Real Estate Bought and Sold.
Room 3, Beaver Bid., Oregon City
If you want to
BUY A FARM,
BUY A HOME,
BUY A LOT,
CHAS. TV TOOZE & CO.
And If you want te sell farm, home or
- lot -de likewise.
is 28 yeara of age and la extremely
radical on. Spiritualistic aubjecta. lie
waa taken to Salem Monday night by
He Wants a Divorce,.
Suit for divorce waa Instituted here
Monday by E. H. -Weatertahl against
Bessie E. Westerfahl to whom he waa
married January 1. 1909, at San Fran
cisco, Cal. He charge her with de
sertion November 2, 1909. George C.
Brownell appears for Westerfahl.
Wilbur Chllders, of St Johns, waa
visiting friends In the city Sunday,
guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Wants, for Sale, etc
Hawaii, Qusen of the Ocean," at Con
Illustrated lecturea will be given
Friday evening and Saturday after
noon. Fehmary 3 and 4, at the Congre
gational church by Frances King Head
lee, on "Hawaii, Queen of the Ocean."
The pictures used In the Illustra
tions are well selected, being charac
teristic of the beautiful tropical vege
tation and scenery; representing the
Important events of early history, the
characteristics and customs of the
Hawaiian race, noting existing condi
tions, and containing a comprehensive
set of vlewa of Kllauea, the greatest
living volcano known to man.
MR. AND MRS. MAUTZ
Entertain Saturday Evsnlng at Their
Horns In Maple Lane.
A very-ptpaaant party waa given by
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mauts at their
home In Maple Lane, Saturday even
ing. The evening was spent very
pleasantly with an old fashion candy
pull and with games, after which was
served an elegant lunch, one of the
kind for which Mrs. Mautx is so Just
ly famous. Those present were Mr.
snd Mrs. Peter Davldsoo. Mr- and Mra.
Harvey Heater, Mr. and Mra. A. J.
Iwla.,Mlsa Emma Derrick, Lyman
Derrick. George Derrick. Wallace Lew
la and Farrel and Drexel Heater.
Both Todd and Gary Spsak.
Dr. K. IL Todd, vice president of
Willamette University, addressed the
high school assembly In this city Mon
day morning, and also talked to the
eighth grade pupil in the Eastham
building and the grammar grade pupils
at the Barclny. Hla talk was both In
teresting and helpful and his advice
to the boys and girls was practical and
Should be an inspiration to everyone
to make the most of his talents and
education. County superintendent or
Schools fiary talked to the students at
tha Hnrrlisv building, and his remarks
were unusually entertaining.
Committed to Asylum. '"
. Charles W. Sturgis. ef Canhy, was
committed to the atate Insane asylum
Mnnria v k juris rtAati. after an ex
amination by Dr. II; S, Mount Sturgis
Notices under thea claMlfltd heading
will b Inavrtru at one crnt a word, first
Insert lorn, half a ent additional Inner
tlona. One Inch card, i: per month; half
Inrh rard. 4 lines) tl per month.
tunn muii accompany order unless one
haa an open account with the paper. No
financial responsibility for errors: where
.nui occur five corrrctt-d notice will be
printed for patron. Minimum chare lie.
WANTED Girl for general house
work in small family. Inquire of
Mrs. Don Meldrum, Twelfth and
WANTED Strong boy to deliver
papers Enterprise Office. tf
WANTED You to know that the En
terprlse Job printing department Is
the moat complete In the . State,
outside Portland. Try it for your
FOR SALE Space In thla 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
, sale. John W. Loder, Owner. Atty.
at Law. Stevens BMg. . -
FOR RENT Liner space In thla col
umn. A few ilnea may. rent that
house, store or farm; they will coat
you but a few centa.
era! law business.
Over Bank of
U'REN 8CHUEBEL, Attorneys-at-.
Law, Deatacher Adrokat, will prac
.. tlce In all courts, make collections
and settlements. Office. In Enter
- prise Bldg., Oregon City, Oregon.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE. .'."
V. R. HYDE. Abstract Office
Land title investigated, conveyan
cing, notary public , ,
OMPLTITORS COPT V
Room. 7. Barclay Bldg-. Oregon City.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE Title tt
, Investment Co., Stevens Bldg.
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR., '
HARRY JONES Builder and General
Contractor. Estimates cheerfully
given on . all . classes . of - building
work, concrete walks and reinforced
"" concrete. Rea. Phone Main 11L
DR. L. G. ICE. DENTIST Rooms 4,
I and 6 Beaver building. Main SL,
Oregon City. Phones: Home A-198
and Pacific States 1211.
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 land
In Clackamaa County and can loan
your money on good aafe aecurlty.,
Farm loans made one, two and three
years at 7 per cent. Abatracta of
title examined. DJMlCK D1MICK.
Lawyers, Andreses Bldg... Oregon.
City, Oregon. , ., , t , . .... ,,, ,
REAL ESTATE. .
D. K. BILL CO., REAL ESTATE
Farm, Timber, Grazing, Agricultural,
Lands, City Property, Small Fruit
and Poultry Ranches for 8ale, Wal-
nut Land. Room 9 Beaver , Rldg.,
Oregon CUy, Oregon. ,
O. D. EBT, Attorney-aHJiw,. Money
loaned, abstracts furnished, land
titles examined, estates settled, gen-
PLEASE ' NOTICE.
To introduce The Morning
Enterprise Into a large major
ity of the homes In Oregon
City and Clackamaa county the
$ management has . decided to
make a special price for the
dally Issue, for a short time
only, where the subscriber pays
a year In advance. -.
. By carrier, paid a year Jf
8 By'mall, paid a year In ad- ?
vance, $1.00. '''
People-who gave oar canvas-
, ser a trial subscription for one i
, or more months, at ten cents a
week, can have the daily dellv-
' eredfor a year for $3.00 by
payli. a year In advance.
e. People who gave our canvas-1
, ser a trial subscription, by ,
mail, for four months at a dol- 4
.lar, may have the paper for a
year for $3.00, It paid a year In
advance. , iu. v i '
, Subacrlbers to the Weekly
Enterprise ruay change their
p subscriptions to the dally, re- '
celvtne; credll tof half time on
the daily that the weekly la
paid In advance.. When they .
choose to add cash to the ad-.
vance payment equal to a full '
year's advance payment they
, may take advantage of the $8
fate. . ,i. . t , t . i
' We make this special price ;
ao that people who have paid
' In advance on aome other dally '
. and wlah to take the Morning
Enterprise, may do so, without,
too great expense. .
E. II. COOPER, For Fire Insurance
and Real Estate. Let ua handle
your properties we buy, sell and
exchange. Office . In Enterprise
Bldg., Oregon City, Oregon-
FREYTAO A 8WAFFORD, Real Es
tate Dealers, have choice bargains
In farm lands, city and suburban
homes, good fruit landa aad poultry
ranches. . See . ua for good buys-'
Near 8. P. depot , ,
of sandy loam, all good farm land free
from stone and gravel. 8ft acres In
cult., balance all alaahed, burnt and -seeded
bat one acre and haa been toe
a good many yeara so the clearing la '
not very hard; 4 room box house, barn
20x22; good well, also borders the1
Tualatin ' river. Thin la fine peach,
berry or garden land. In fact good for .
anything that grows;. 4V miles of,
Oregon City on a macadam road; '10
milesOf Portland on a macadam road.
The price) of this place baa always 1
been $2630 hat for a quick, sale owner ,
will take $2200. $800 , down, balanc '
S years ar. o per, ceni, .
E. P. ELLIOTT A 8.0N
Oregon City,' Ore.
Near Suspension Bridge.-
8ECOND HAND' FURNITURE.
8ECOND HAND Furnltnrw, Curloa and .
Kellos bought, sold and exchanged.
Anything from a darning needle t .
a ships anchor. YOUNG. Th
Second Hand Man, Main 8L, Orw
gon City. - -.: i ,'.,;
411 Hsla. letwtta 4th aad S.e Its. - '
'.'.) OREGON ClTYORt-, .v''
J. J. TOtIN, Proprietor. '