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WORN- N(3- ENTERPRISE
nt for the Morning
Will bo received for
4 Urn at a opoolal
In your ardor today
Wit of low prlet.
Tha only dally newspaper h jt
tween Portland and aValeivtt drat-
lata In every Motion of C looks- a
mu County, with population of
30.000. Ara you an advertiser a
OREGON . CITY, OUEOON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1911.
Per Week, 10 Cents
JL BLWAV BILL
C:zx cztztT to oivinq full
iXSWVtXi CONVICTS WHIN
AfTTT?yn 1 0 N It ASKED.
31 OBJECTS ID BILL
f )4 taction Not In favor
ff, Road Building Un
'I VV, Jan. M (Spl. The
l" r :;frthe hill proyldlng for
KJTV" if highway commission
tSSWtn . Handing lft to 14. Tha
ltS" FT"" nd prolonged but
l ta j.J C friend o ft ha mnaauro
Btt b vot carried without a
prat" Jough, of Baker, waa of
Of- " t k represented more
f' is than he did he might
V.-V I TTratt. of Umatilla, aald
kt " I seemed to ta against
Wtli. ( id support It.
Ott" tSaitlon la eipected In
tk K-JL?U to aaltl tha measure la
the Henule and may
there. The voting
A I bee. Itarrett
toairi c Iti i
y, Nottingham, Von
4 and Helling.
jr, Oliver, rarrlah, I'at-
i" yiJIrn for the one of
V"V'. ronila waa a aerond
Jtt Ji a healed rontroveray
U-J4 " (- Ho Inlerrated did the
Ttne that adjmirtimest
i'V JUrkninna, rained hla
K4 , tllowlng full leeway to
tra rhown that there
1 ' Nation to (to along with
Otktt.l. CCf thei measure. Ity
tk tTali I bill all hut those eon
trial W1L " the atova fcundry and
Ufa) $tiaam.hmr ie '''i on final
a QjaWir" ' r'-'."t. Hnrretl. MrCiillmnh,
KltUclxaSi Hlnnott voted no.
J HOUSE TODAY
- - -
Jt NUMBER ARC SEVEN
jiAtURES THAT HAVE
.J QIVEN tANCTION.
6r.. Jan. 2C (8pl.) Tho
were paaacd by the
"ver Mnaltlea for per
t of whlta alavo traffic,
faturn of liquor llcenae
lal with Couuty Court
jralia In Unroln County,
jnnnlly for toKKraphlc
yo In Oreiton.
Jbr record I n it names of
ualiand and wife to Join
adnntlnn of rhlld.
) of court. Tenth Judicial
RAILWAY PEOPLE SMOOTH.
ihnnlra' llena to ha nn-
to of Circuit Court In
jathod for provlnn offl-
aale and une of Riant
Irecrarkera mora than
tleiiKth and 6 8 Inch In
T TOR TODAY.
Will Havo Hearing
I and II. M. Keller, In
f on the charge of theft,
41 trial ' In Jiiatlce Ham
Jay. Tha charire la that
H broke Into the atore at
arhen taken In I'ortland
tthe atolen property waa
m whera they had alept.
,1a auppoacd waa loft there
yaar la gona and tha naw
'started. Why not practice
nemy during tha now yaar
AT CLEAN UP SALE.
1 raplonlah your wardrobo
vlng of nearly ono-half.
tlcla la reduced. It will pay
DO IT NOWI
Not Uka Others -
h and Main Sa.
Will Oat Good Monoy From tha City
In Protecting salf.
Maror Browned la not satlaflod with
tha fill bln- made by tho O. W. I.
Ily. near (Jraen i'olnt, and aays so In
public. Ha aays It looks as If tba city
waa to be dona out of about 2(MK).
front what la to bo learned In tha mat
ter It looks as If tha railway company
had made a good bargain for Haelf.
Tha company officials do not deny
that I hit Job l to be a paying one but
It la claimed that tha company la do
ing tha work Juat as waa agreed, tbut
tha company la carrying xjut Its con
tract to tho letter snd that In fare of
that fact there Is no cause for a hol
ler. CltUiia -who claim to know aay that
tha city became too anxious over tha
matter and made a good rontrarf for
tha railway; that If the city had "aat
tight' the company would of neceaalty
been forced to do tba work to aava lla
own tracks, and that what It geta from
the city la juat ao much velvet.
Nu one charges fraud, eluiply that
Council became alarmed and acted
without ludgmeut. Tha Maror wlahce
to sea If there Is any remedy.
8ALTCM, Or. Jan. 20. (8pl.)
Through the adoption of a llnuaa con
Current resolution; Introduced by the
resolutions committee, the llouea to
day approved the purrhaao by the
alate of oil portralta of ex-ilovernor
Itenaon and es-Arllug-Covernor itow-
arman, to be exhibited In either the
Houmo or Hvnate chambera. The reao
lutlon gnea to the Senate for Ita fav
orable actloo before the palnllnga . ..i
I hi ordered.
PUBLIC HEARING ON
f ARE FROM PORTLAND
RAILROAD COMMISSION ORDERS
FOR DUNN CASE. '
The Hallroad Commlniilon will have
public hearing In Oregon City Feb
ruary 22. uiilt-aa the dativ la changed.
to Kitten to the complaint of M. EL
I mini agalnal. the Portland Hallway
Ught I'ower Co.. In whic h Dunn,
who la a merchant here, chargea that
tho fare from Oregon City to Portland
Is exce'aalve. This fare la 25 rents,
and Dunn thlnka It ahould lie not more
than in cents. The Hallrond Coin
mlaalon evidently loBt alght of Waah
Ingtnn'a blrthdny lu fixing the dale of
tho heating, which may be changed to
Thursday. February 23.
Attorney llrownell yenterday re
ceived the following letter from the
Hal. .m. Or . Jan. 25, 1911.
Hon. Ceo. C. llrownell,
Oregon City, Oregon.
Dear 8lr: My order of the Commls
alon. the matter of M E. Dunn vs.
Portland Railway Ught Power Co.
No. K-131. has been set for hearing at
tho county court house at Oregon City
on February 22. 1911, at the hour of
10 o'clock In tho forenoon.
Kindly acknowledge receipt of this
Hallroad Commlaslon of Oregon.
Ity C. II. Altcblaon, Chairman.
CUT DOWN $25,000
DIMICK OBJECTS TO 8ENATE IN
STRUCTING ITS WAYS AND
8'ngletrss Breaks and Horses
Away, Injuring Occupants.
Chaa. Ely and Harry Rlckner went
to IJherty veaterday morning for a
fox hunt When a ahort distance from
the town the singletree broke, letting
the tongue to the ground and fright
ening the team. At this the horses
began to run and were soon Into the
ditch and the fence. Both Ely and
Rlckner were thrown from the rig and
Hhe latter had hla wrlat fractured and
received a had cut under the eye. Ely
was slightly Injured but was not dis
abled so but thst he kept control of
Tha rig belonged to Harry Moody,
of the Fashion stables. The rig waa
broken to a considerable extent.
8ALEM. Or, Jan. 20. (8 pi.) The
waya and meana committee of the
Senate reported an allowance of
$25.1)00 for the Aalorla centennial and
tha Senate was aet on fire by the re
port. The bill was sent back with In
formal Instruction to put the $i(K),n0
Dlmlck thought It a poor precedent
for tho Renate to attempt to tell Ita
waya sud .means committee how much
to Incorporate uto any bill.
Senator Joeopa thought Clackamas
county waa determined to object to aU
appropriations and be asked: "I sup
pose If wa appropriated & to purchase
a rake with-which to rake tho moss
front the backs of our Clacksmna
friends they would ralae a howl"
Dlmlck retorted he could see In the
arguments of Joeeph that the bill was
mainly In behalf of Portland and deep
water. ' r
BIQ JOB CASTING
Rotka Foundry a Busy place Paat Few
The Roake foundry, on Third street,
has been a busy place for the past
few ' weeks Fourteen men, double,
the number usually employed there,
have been busily engaged In turning
out twelve sots of screens for the
Willamette Pulp k Psper Co. for use
In the paper mills here.
These screens have entailed a largo
amount of labor and the melting and
pouring of a large amount of matnl.
This Is a big Job In any foundry, and
an especially big one for a amall
foundry. In spite of this fact the
work' has been accomplished In a
short time and waa done without any
especial effort other tjfcan to make
good with each casting.
Merchant Gets Suaplcloua. .
I Adams approached the police
Thursday with the statement that a
auspicious character, had been In his
atore three times that day, each time
aaklng for an article not Ukely to be
In stock. Mr. Adams waa fearful hla
Innntrlra were but S blind, the main
wish, being to see as much of the In
side of the store as possible. Police
were aaked to kep an eye out for developments.
Tf tha elevator to success Is stopped
try th stairs.
IN SHADE TREES
COUNTY COURT OF MULTNOMAH
COUNTY MAKES ORDER TO
GROW AND PLANT THEM.
THE PLAN WILL BEAUTIFY ANY ROAD
Old Country Roads, Now Beautiful,
Would Call Forth Little
Pralso But for
PORTLAND, Or., Jan. 2G. (8pl)
Multnomah county will pattern after
Europe In the matter of beautifying
Ita roads. Ten thousand shsde trees
will be planted along the aldea of
country rosds. a portion of the county
poor farm being utilized as a nursery
for growing the young saplings until
they reach a size suitable for trans
planting. An order was made by the County
Court authorizing the purchase of seed
of suc h trees ss will grow best In this
locality snd they will be planted as
soon as possible,
"In Europe," snld Mr. Wern'me, of
the Auto Club, "tourist travel long
d.jfancea to ace the famous roads.
which are nothing hut country road
with shade trees planted on both sides
of them. Tho country about Portland
Is the rnnul beautiful In the world.
Only the beniillMfaf Ion of oiir roada
has been neglected. The expense
would be slight and the returns yery
grest. We can have aa beautiful high
ways as any In the older countries,
and' Multnomah county will benefit
from the added attractlveneaa."
- "I believe thoroughly In the -plan."
anld Judge Cloeton. "It seems to me
that the beautlflcatlon of our roads Is.
In a sense, almost as Important as
The nursery is to be fixed In a con
venient corner of the poorfarm prop
erty. Il be selected in a few
days and seed of several varieties ot
shade trees' planted so that the work
of Iteautlfylng Multnomah county
driveways may he commenced at the
earlleat possible tlme.
Whst Is plsnned for Multnomah
county Is Just as good for Clackamaa.
The roads In Clackamas county are
more plrttiresn.no than In the sister
county, and do not need so extensive
treatment, but tree planting by the
roadside should be encouraged In thla,
the best section In the Northwest
WHO WILL BE THE FIRST?
OUT ON FOX HUNT.
BRODANVICH FINED $25.
Mrs. Nelson Faces the Man Accused
of Assaulting Hor.
The case "of State or Oregon ys.
Lucas ' Brodanvlch, charged with as
sault by Mra. Ronnie Nelson, waa tried
before Justice Samson Thursday after
noon. After hearlngj the evidence In
the case Samson fined Brodanvlch 125
The attorney for Rrodanvlch gave
malice of appeal to the Circuit Court
and the accused gave bond In the sum
of $150 M. Juatln and Joe Marcinls
went on the bond and Rrodanvlch was
given his liberty. Aa the fine Is not
excessive It la thought Brodanvlch
will, after thinking the rawtter over,
pay up and stop the controveray.
DRUNK, NOT INSANE.
Msdfordlto Refusal to Give Police His
The man taken from the early train
south yesterday morning on the South
ern pacific, anil supposed to be Insane,
was simply Insane because of too
much drink. While on the train he
Insisted on running the train and while
he hnd a ticket (or Medford refused
to give It up to the conductor.
Officer Orecn took him off the train
and lodged him' In the city prison till
the next morning. He had a bottle of
whiskey 'on his person, which was tak
en from him. In the mdrnlng he waa
himself and waa permitted to proceed
on hta way. He would not tell his
name and seemed sorry the trouble
REV. HAYWOOD INVITEP.
Single Tax Will Ba Dlscussod at Moot
The debate between the Mountain
View Improvement club and the Mount
Pleaaant Improvement club will bo
held Friday evening In Curran'a hall
at Mountain View. The subject of the
.debate is: "Resolved, That single ta
Is better than our present system of
taxation." Mountain View will take
I he affirmative side of the debate, and
Mount Pleaaant will argue for the
negative side. At the next meeting of
the Mountain View Improvement club
Hey. Haywood of this city will deliver
Recovering From Accident.
Henry Schoenlx rn. who had hla leg
broken about in weeks ago while
working at the Willamette Pulp A
Paper Company, and who haa been
confined to bla home on Seventh
street ever since, Is able to be up, and
waa out on the street on Wednesday
for tho first time, hut Is compelled to
use crutchos, and Is getting along nice-
Mr. Taft (! that tho bast campaign card for 1912 will bo to put some trust official in jail. Now lUm.
Do Msr in Philadelphia Rsoord.
HEIR TO URGE SUN
SAYS JAMES PETTY
UNCLE LEAVES $750,000 TO BE Dl
. VIDE D AMONG FIVE OF HIS
James Petty, one of the well-known
residents of this city, who resides on
the Clackamas river, has fallen heir
to a large amount of money. At the
time of tho death of Mr. Petty'a uncle
the will which he left was to the ef
fect that w hen 'there were five heirs
the estate waa to be divided- At the
time of hla death there were seven
hairs, and aa tho numWr has now got
ten down to five the estate la now to
be divided to the remaining heirs. For
some time Mr. Petty and hla brother,
Joseph, resided at Astoria, but the
health of Joseph being poor he decid
ed to return to the' East, and James
came to Oregon City, where he has
made his home on the Clackamaa river
near Stone ever since, following the
vocation of a horsetrader.
A short time ago Mr. Petty waa ap
prised of the money left him, his share
of which will be 1150.000. aa the estate
amounted to $750,000, and la to be di
vided Into five ahares. Mr. Petty has
been receiving remittances from the
estate during the past few years, and
his attorney wrote him that thla would
stop pending the settlement of the
property. Mr. Petty Informed the at
torneya that he would prefer some of
the money now, amounting to about
$2000, and upon Ita arrival he would
leave for the East, and assist In the
settlement. This amount was received
by Mr. Petty, who will start shortly
for New York,' and will Induce his
brother to return with him and make
hla borne In the West.
women's club Meets.
Guotts of Prominence - Present, and
The Women's Club met at the Com
mercial Club parlor yesterday after
noon, and there waa an unusually
Inrge attendance, this being Scholar
ship Ioan Fund Day. Mrs. David
Caufleld had charge ol the program
of the afternoon. Mra. Sarah Evana,
state president, was In attendance,
and gave an excellent talk on what the
Women's Clubs of the state are doing.
She stated that there are $0 girls In
the State of Oregon who are being
educated by the clubs, the money of
which Is borrowed from the organiza
tion and the amount paid as soon aa
Bring thla ad and wo will tell you
how to get a sample of this the
LATEST AND BEST.
One Dye For All Goods
Ten Cents Per Package
We Fill All Drog Wants
A Full Line of
A. D. S. Remedies
Proscriptions . and Family Receipt
Tilled With Pur Drugs.
Quality and Prices Right,
CHARMAN & Co.
City Drug Store.
"Next Door to Electric Hotel
I'aclflo Phon IS Home Thone 4 J
they secure a position to enable them.
There Is no Interest- charged these
girls for the use of the money.
Rev. Proctor, pastor of the Congre
gations! church, was present and
talked on the work in general of the
Women's Club, and of the park on
Seventh and Center street surround
ing the home of Dr. John McLoughlln.
Mrs. A. A. Price rendered a solo.
"These Are They Which Came." by
Alfred R. Gaul, which wa well re
Mrs. Dye Will Make Address.
Mrs. Eva Emery Dye will 'give a talk
on her trip to Honolulu before a meet
ing of .several of the clubs tomorrow
afternoon In Portland. Mrs. Dye gave
an excellent talk last week In this city
at the home of MrsLtLD.. Iatourette.
at which time aeveral of her friends
of Portland attended, and were so high
ly pleased that they extended Mrs.
Dye an Invitation to give a similar talk
at the meeting of the club today.
REV. SARTARELLI, OF PORTLAND,
ITALIAN MISSIONS, SPEAKS
TO LARGE AUDIENCE.
JEWS LOOSE HOLD ON LEADERSHIP
When They Refuse to Accept Jesus
As tho Qhrist Tolls of Mis
sions In Portland.
There was a good attendance at the
Baptist church Thursday evening to
hu. Mr Crtrell( tha n nt 1st mis
sionary to the Italian of Portland.
The meeting waa in charge or ine La
lea" Aid aoclety. with Mr. Haywood
aa leader. Mr- and Mra. John W. liod
er sang a duet and Mrs. L. H. Olm
sted a solo aa Introductory to the en
tertainment proper for the evening.
Mr. Sartarelll Is an Intelligent Ital
ian and speaks good English. He said
hi father was converted to the Chris
tian religion 26 year ago In a large
city In Itsly. As a little boy he at
tended Sunday school In his home
town and when older hi father moved
to New York where both assisted In
mission work among hi own people
. .. .. . . i i
He early haa a desire to oe a minis
ter and rejoiced later when he was
permitted to begin his studies. There
are two Raptista missions In Portland,
nno n aewin? school and Kvmnaslum
and the other with Sunday school
classes. There are mimon Ital
ians In thla country and million In
New York. Most of these come to
this country to become Amerlcsn cltl
rn There are 220 mlsslona and
churches in New York city. There
are three school in thi country xor
to. rhino- Italians religious work.
There are but two mission schools
this side of Cleveland and one is in
Mr. Sartarelll spoke of what a won
derful world power the Jew might
have been had they accented .Tesua
Roth Jew and Greek had failed In
leadership because of failure to ac
cept God. The Roman nation, one
the power of the world, failed because
It did not rest Ita faith and power In
God. Italy had furnished the world
with great master but It wa not able
to stand supreme because of thi lack.
"And America, our land of freedom,
oh will you not keep the faith and
hold your ground as the leader of the
race for Christ and hla kingdom?"
In closing Mr. Sartarelll told of the
Raptlst work In missions, how the
mission teach Kngllsh, and of the ev
er widening Influence for good that 1
growing out of this work.
Mr. Zlvney Would Partition Land.
Mary Zlvney has filed a suit In
the Circuit Court against W. H. Zlv
ney for the partition of acre of
land In the vicinity of Oswego. - She
claim to be the owner of an undivid
ed one third Intereat In the property
and Zlvney owns two-thirds. George
C. Hrownoll and William Stone appear
for Mr. Zlvney.
PROF. TOOZE TALKS
AT CLERMONT SCHOOL
AN ENJOYABLE EVENING WITH
MUCH ENTHUSIASM OVER NEW
The school meeting at Clermont
Wednesday evening waa well attended,
upwards of a hundred being present,
and the program was richly enjoyed.
There were several musical numbers,
with two short dialogues, after which
Prof. F. J- S. Tooze made a talk on
new method in education.
Prof. Tooze Bpoke for over an hour
and those present were greatly Inter
ested In what he had to say. Among
other things he told of the new meth
ods that have been installed, of others
that should be Installed and of others
that have not been tested out as yet
but that seem to promise well.
The question for debate next week
Is. V'Resolved, That the Indian has
More Cause for Complaint than the
Negro." A delegation from thi school
will attend the Single Tax debate at
Moutits.in View tonight.
STONE OIL VELL
PRESSURE FROM CAS IN WELL
F0RCE8 SAND AND GRAVEL
UP INTO THE CASING.
TO REORGANIZE COMPANY SATURDAY
Drill Paasoa Through Eighteen Foot of
Gas and Oil-Bearing' Sand
Getting Ready to .
STONE. Or., Jan. 26. (8pl.) Our
oil well. In which we are all Interested,
is coming on slowly. There are more
"symptoms" of oil dally, and the well
In being put Into shape for anootlng
that we may find out whether we have
the real smallpox or only vartloid.
And unlike the usual case with such
afflictions, every one here hope we
have the good old dlsesse. - -
Tools have been sent for away down
In California and when they . reach
here there 1 to be a shooting of the
well. In fact the well 1 fast being
put Into shape for the shooting re
gardless of the tools not having ar
rived. The drtlllngjs down 850 feet
and the casing Is down 700. The drill
Is now In the shale and It haa paased
through 18 feet of oil and gaa bearing
sand. There I an opening from the
end of the casing to the bottom of
where the drill has penetrated, prob
ably filled with sand and water. Into
this Is where the dynamite I to be ex
ploded. In tbla 150 feet of expanse.
There is certain to be a strong pre--sure
of gas for it ha forced the sand
np through this 150 feet of space and
some distance up the casing Itself. '
This could not be done unless the
pressure wa something strong. The
work of putting down the casing haa
been very successful of late and the
flow of water, which la death to gas
prospect, has been shut off.
A gas well of reasonable pressure
will prove more profitable at this time
than oil The multiplied Indication
of gas has had the. effect of Inspirit
ing the stockholders. A meeting will
be- held In Oregon City Saturday to.
consider the proposition of reorganiza
tion and stock Increasing. It Is wished
to raise more money- so that a thor
ough test may be had, certain It U
that there are both gaa and oil here. .
BANQUET THIS EVENING.
KING'S DAUGHTERS TEA-
Mrs. Thomas Warner Will Entertain
Mrs. Thoms3 Warner and Mr. Rob
ert Good fellow will give a tea at the
home of Mrs. Warr.er on Madison
street, near Center, on Thursday, af
ternoon. February 2, at which time
the member of the St. Paul'a Guild,
King' Daughter and those Interested
in the St. Paul'a Episcopal church will
be their guests of the afternoon from
2 to 5:30.
The affair will be In the form of a
shower, and each one attending will
be Invited to bring either a creamer,
sugar bowl or sauce dishes, which are
to be used by these two organizations
at the social affairs that are to be
given in the future. . Refreshment
will be served during the afternoon.
TWO BIRTHDAYS. IN ONE.
Friends Celebrate the Dual Event
On Sunday afternoon Mra. Shell en
tertained a few of the friend of Mr.
Sadie Eby and Mrs- M. R. Shortledge
In honor of their birthdays, which fell
on the same day. An excellent dinner
was served at which time the follow
ing sat down to feast:
Mrs. Smith, of Sioux City. Iowa:
Mr. and Mrs. Ren Eby and two child
ren. Mrs. Shell and daughter, Mr.
Wilder, Mr. and Mr. George Eberly
and son and daughter. Mra. Sadie Eby
and Mrs. M. R. Shortledge. The lad
le In whose honor the affair wa giv
en were presented with everal beau
tiful birthday gift.
Plan Made for An Enjoyable Time
Guest From Abroad.
The member of the Congregational
church at Parkplace and friend of the
church will give a banquet at the
church this evening from 6 o'clock un
til 7. after which-the remainder of the
evening will be devoted to a social
time. W. A- Holme will be the toast
master of the evening. Among those
who will deliver addresses on thla oc
casion will be Rev. Paddock, of Port
land, who is the state superintendent
of the Congregational home mission
ary society. Rev. Jones, of Clacka
mas, who la pastor of the Congrega
tional church of Parkplace, will also
address the audience.
This society will hold a social meet
ting once a month, and It haa been de
cided that two of the member enter
tain at one time. The next social
meeting will be held at the ha me of
Mrs. Fred Laicaa, when Mra. Lucas
and Mra. John Kent will be the hos
tesses of the afternoon. There were
about 15 member of the aoclety at
the meeting held Wednesday.
SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS
Completes Plan for an Entertainment
on Wednesday, February 8.
The Rethlah Class met last night at
the home of Miss ITlah Cantrell. and
plans for an entertainment were made,
which will be given in the church par
lors Wednesday evening, February 8.
Refreshment were served during the
evening by the hostess.
Present were- Mrs. Johnston, Mr.
Myer, Mr. Grace Cox,. Mis Myrtle
Cross. Mis Kathleen Harrison, Mis
Adah Hulbert. Mis Nellie Swartord,'
Mis Annie Mver. Mis Adah Waten
psugh. Miss Wllma Myers. Mis Lllllef
Miller. Mis Malva DHlow, Miss Mor
leta Hickman, Mis Elva nianchard.
Miss Maud Smith, Miss Harriet Hayes,
Miss Mabel Myers, Miss Alice Bailey,
Miss Nettie Knise, Mis Anna All
dredge, Miss Edith Alldredge. Miss
Eva Alldredge, Miss Anna Lunt
Don't call on your neighbor Just to
CLA1RM0NT ant yur dollars in Clairmont Acre
o ajayjasasfj age it will return you Bank Rolls.
With all of the convenience of the city and pleasures
2 of the country, it is the most Ideal place for a home.
2 The present low price of the land will remunerate the
0 purchaser two or three times in a short time. 5
The best soil that lays out doors. Small payment t
down $10.00 per month. o
1 W. F. SCHOOLEY & CO. f
! Oregon City, Or. BOTH PHONES Main SO A 156
Price's Chop House
Meals af All Hours J
If you wont the best, ot lowest prices, eoYwith us.
Our specialty Is sotisfoction.
Between Fourth and Fifth Striata.