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MOBNniro enterprise. Wednesday, February i, iml
this substantial build Fence
for 10c per foot
JXRDWARC AND TURNITURC .
8TRAIN ON COW TAINTS
- MILK, SAYS HEALTH HEAD.
Capflolty Ono tight Quarts Nw
Thirty, Art Chio0oan.
Pity tb poor dairy cowl
Htuffed with , bran, oat, clover and
11 tli delicacies which tlckl tb bo
vlu pulut, h nevertheless baa
caus to envy ber brother, the ox, la
boring In bla jroka and burning up hla
muscular forv pulling heavy burdens.
Tb csaual observer may think th
llf of tba dnlry row a sinecure. It
blm listen to Health Coinnibisluner
Kvsu and b disenchanted. Dr. Evan
THE PTED STATES
CDISUS BY COUNTIES
WHAT OFFICIAL COUNT 'tHOWl
AS TO NATIONALITY, COLOR
AND RACE IN OREGON.
WASHINGTON, D. C . Jan. 26, 1911.
Tba Director of tb Cenaua baa fur
nished the Oregon Bute Legislature,
for Its' uaa In redisricting the State,
a statement ahowlng the population of
Oregon by countlea, distributed ac-
ascribe the prevalence of tuberculoma cording lo color and race. . The fig-
urea iiierrin gi.vu iu. ic.un .
an unverified count, by color, of the
will meet neit
ltr 80o roll.
ot Molalla, wit a
Siting of the Cler
till be bold tonight.
that hot lunch
to. 410 Main street
i -d Marshall nook
.-- Le Moy place,
t 60 aack.
4 Council tonight
;alne will be up
j Dentist, Cau-
Of the prominent
2aBS, waa In Ore
yu Z&o at Seeley'i
I who had hla legs
allls on the Wt
Bth ago, la able
itbat hoi lunch
0 Main street.
ineae aeaaton this
committees la &a
yi Confections at
t. Dear Postofflc.
1 Electric theatri
JUaughlln I'ark Im-
jt Soda 6a at See-
went to Salem
t when tb bills
1 are np for con-
f remain at Salem
J Dread that can
at It at Bchrsdsr's
.,Uret near rosior
Of the Clackamaa
Tl meet on Hatur
I Commercial Club
a. annual meeting
i There will be the
h el oct Ion of offl
$ on week later
y that hot lunch
j 110 Main aireev
) Pocohontaa Or-
It the Knapp hall
lch time the Im
f of raising the
. jrg of Mra. Henry
Jt the deputy great
"X tbat hot lunch
i C10 Main street
t They wer mar-
L With.. March 10,
" In portlaad an 4
Moines, la. There
Id plaintiff aI10Ri
rsrcales, 3 Inches
10 patterns HSio
I Peoples' Store."
'si Hoard of Watrr
rerrtay placed a
(Oregon City. The
jard vlalted Oregon
9 and eiaialn4 tb
Wit tee of the Tres
H met laet evening
went for the 'ban
a before plarmnd,
mala ttpt and
stalls were taken
Bt the meetlag.
)ye, who baa made
jrmllan lalanda, bas
lectures by Mrs.
-,to a trla to the
Jnlu, sbown br Mrs.
ry fjnnset Magatlne
jlty of nreams Come
f Illustrated In frmr
M Singing In tlie
All news staaas,
h has receatly com
the Bast, Intends to
kens and cuinese
jlana to begin on a
ow ()0 or 800 birds
I axperlenced In the
Making of starting In
i somheast of tals
gallon at Beeley's.
and etenlng and to
n and evening there
laces at the Electric
;h auspices of th
i Tbe proceeds are to
Hfylng the fountain In
k. The farce, "The
Is the cniei item
i. musical numbers In-
Ctgars and Smokers'
Vlan miss onary con-
ield In the church of
in In thin city today,
Waning. There will be
)om abroad Dr. Hall,
tof the mission work
ant, and Dr. Mllllgao,
and pastor. Dr. Hall
t In Cores for many
-ld to have a wtdn
Uaalon work and mls
Bd Is a very Interest-
PEOPLE POINTED OUT
Miss Pearl Iiarde, of Portland, wbo
has been the guest of Miss Esther
IevItt, has returned to ber borne.
Dr. John Welch accompanied by bis
little daughter, Msrgaret, wbo apent
Sunday with the former's aunt, Mrs.
K. L Newton, hsve returned to their
Miss Lurletle Haunter, of Portland,
Is a guest of Miss Ora Kreytsg, lu
Miss Nettle Miller, on of the teach
ers In the Willamette school, Is 111 at
ber home In Aurora. Mrs. Amelia
(Jleason Haas Is teaching In her place.
Miss Emily O'Malley, wbo Is teach
Ing In the Portland schools, Is In tbe
hospital In Portland with symptoms
ol typhoid fever.
Mr. snd Mrs. A. Ouenther, of Ca-
nemah. were the guests of IX Ouenth
er and family on Sunday. A. Ouenth
er. will move bis family to Oladstone
the ftrat of the month, where ns has
charge of the Oladstone meat market.
Celabratsd By Mrs. Owlnn, While
Mr. snd Mrs. J. n. Meyers enter
tained at their home last we k In hon
or of Mra. Meyers' sister, Mrs. Owlnn,
It being that lady's birthday anlver-
aary. Mra. Owlnn s home Is at Walla
Walla, and ah bas sine returned to
her horn. A supper waa aervea to
which two score guests aat down. -
Those presenr were: Mr. Msry
lart, mother of Mra. Owlnn, Mr. and
Mra H. U. Oreen and family, Mra.
(Iwlnn and daughters of Walla Walla,
Mrs. Ida West and daughter. Mr. ana
Mrs t n Mevera and family .Mr. and
Mrs. Jess Kldd, Mr. ana Mrs. Joel
Osburn, Mr. and Mra. Harry llond,
Mra. J. Uchtwera and daughter, Mr.
Carll Nehren and Mr. Ralph Grove.
ADD 20 aCHOLARS.
Contest In Gladstone Christian Sunday
Ther Is a friendly contest on In the
Christian Sunday school at Gladstone
fnr new members. In order to do good
work In the mission effort the school
l. divided Into two claases one led
by th superintendent, N. C. Hen
drtcks. and tbe second by the ssslst
aut superintendent, Mrs. T. E. Osuit
So far the contest Is very close but
there hsve been about 10 added to tbe
enrollment. The claaaes are between
the boya and the glrlB with the boys
slightly In th lead. .
Llv Wlrs" Will Build Rosd-
. At a meeting of th Live Wires at
tb Commercial Club parlors on lues
day afternoon one of th Important
subjects brought tip for discussion
waa the railroad to Molalla. It waa
decided that If the present promoters
do not Bush the matter along, that th
club of this city will tak Immediate
atepa to organize a stock company and
establish a railroad In th near rsnsr.
In cows Just proved by government
tests iu the Chicago dulry district to
tbe bard labor Imposed on cows.
Tbla bard tabor Is producing milk In
maximum quantities under unnatural
nd artificial condition,, according to
"It Is the most natural thing under
tb sun that cows should succumb to
tuberculosis when we roiiNldttr their
environments snd their excessive Is
bor," said Dr. Evans. "Dairy cows
work too bard and rest too little. Man
ufacturing milk la the hardest work
In the world.
"The ox bas plenty of fresh air,
working In the open, while tbe cow Is
Imprisoned month after month at ber Grant
stanchion In a poorly ventllntea barn Harney
full of bad odors and disease breeding
"Dairy cows In the Chicago district
- a , tU
re overfed ana overwornea. i ney
go to pieces la Ave years, but they sre
kept st tbo grind of producing milk
much longer than that Nature baa In
tended that a cow only should feed ber
offspring. Now. a calf la well fed on
Igbt quarts of milk -a day. A good
riolsteln cow produces thirty quarts a
day under tbe artificial conditions of p0lic
our dairy dlstrlcte, enough. to feed 1 Sherman
nearly four calves."
Farmer Falls From Wagon.
Ramnet Roake. Sr.. of Clackamaa
waa In Oregon City yesterday, having
norms to consult Dr. HK B. Mount,
Mr. luske fell out of tb wagon and
dislocated his left ahouldwr recently
The Injury waa very pahafnl, but the
fracture waa reduced by ur. Mouni
and Dr. Roake waa abl to return to
ats home unattended.
CARD OF THINKS.
- We wish to extenfl our heanfc.
thanVa to th friends wbo assisted
it durlnr onr rectmt bereavemwal
and for th floral niece.
W aee no logical reaaon do yeroT
why a prosperous farmer anouia -put
all his money la tJe bank and let the
repair of farm kmndlnga, fence, ere
k nnriectMl. Monev and time are
well spent In Vwplng up farm build
inn and fence. It's all right ss save
something, as we to along, for a rainy
day; but there Is more pleaswr for
the whole family in a smaller bank
account, and la having thlnRB neatly
kent-to Improve rather than to de
For a water-pipe burst by the frost
Oet at a drug-store, or from yasrr doc
tor, a plaster bandage two Inches wide
Hold it In a bowl of water till th bub
bles stop rising. Then at 'once wrap
It around and around tbe broke pipe,
smoothing with tke hands as yosi go,
Thus you will make a splint similar In
shane to the wiped Joint which the
pluuibers make. 'It will last long and
will not leak.
It paya to go down to tbe city and
work up a trad ror me farm proawce.
Hunt- tin customers for the butter,
eggs, apples, potatoes, cabbage and
all such stuff. Have a regular market
dav when you oaa always b found
there. Folks will expect you and de
nnd on yon. They will pay you cash
and as good prices aa they would have
to nay at the store, because tney get
better weight and meaaure and freaher
High Priees Hit the Slums.
"1 V P
Crsnky Dad (to offspring) Still
chewing the rag.
. "WaaL xv can't afford beef."
returns of tb Thirteenth Census, and
are, therefore, subject to some poss
ible revision, but It Is hardly probable
that such revision would materially
affect tbe flgurea as given.
County Tota Pop.
The State 672,765
Mis Gertie Sbubel bas about recov.
ered from ber recent Illness.
R. Glnther purchased some wheat
from C. Hornscbuh, snd osts from K.
F. Olnthar one day last week.
Tbe fence that wer destroyed by
the various fires last summer, bar
all been replaced by better ones.
Will Dotbow Is working for Ed Hett
man, of Clarkea.
A number of our young people at
tended the dance at Clarkea Saturday
night and reported a very pleassnt
Everybody Is expecting a square
deal from our new road aupervlaor.
Mr, and Mrs. Moser are tbe proud
parents of another baby boy.
John Barret passed through here
on on dsy last week looking for
beef, mutton, etc
Julia Masslnger Is home for a short
Zllla Klrbyson was taken to Olad
stone on dsy last week where . the
Clatsop . . ,
Douglas . . .
Malheur . . . .
CATTLE RANGE IN COAL YARD.
Aberdeen-Angus Herd Thrive In Novsl
A promising herd of beef cattl wss
raised In a Chicago coal yard.
Most people when they bear of tbe
droves of rsttle that furnish meat
connect them with tbe boundless
ranges of tbe west, of the great black
soil farms of Illinois snd lows, of tbe
Dskotaa and wltb the herds of Mis
souri. Kansas and Texas.
nut here Is a plump, sleek Uttle
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Real -Estate Opportunities
CV T. Toore,
Lawyer and Notary
CHARLES T. TOOZE A CO.
Real Estate Bought and Sold.
Room 2, Beaver Bldg., Oregon City
If you want
' BUY A FARM,
BUY A HOME,
BUY A LOT,
CHAS. T. TOOZE & CO.
. And If you want te sell farm, home t
lot da llkewte. '
TWO PAY FINES.
He Who Fought and Ran Away- is
Still st Large.
As a seauel to tbe street fight pulled
off In front of the Bank ofOregon
City Monday night we have two buhb
to report In Justice samson s roun
urceu niea corn-
doctor removed adenoid growths from
Mr. Weldner. of . Beaver creea,
bought a beef cow from E- F. Glnther
. W1U Hettman, oi uouon, is ai iw
here. duUIdk on tbe
i-nxitnn that belonsa to the particular Tuesday. Officer
rritxi that lust now Is claiming: front plaint ror ngnunn
rank among the great beef tribes, as
she Is an Aberdeen-Angua. This ani
mal bas been kept In a boxlike stsble.
sixteen feet square, located In tha rear
of a Chicago coal yard all of ber life.
There Is a small aide yard, a three
cornered lot. In which she baa taken
all of tbe exercise she got In ber en'
tire life. In tbe ssme stsblo the moth
er of this heifer baa produced two
other calves, one of which la a prom
lslna- bead of an Angus herd. All of
these animals are of pure bred stock
on the street
sgalnat F. R. Norton and George War
ren. When the case was niea warren
at one plead guilty and was fined
$25 and coats, and paid. Norton plead
not gttllty and hearing was set for
Thursday at 3 p. m. Later Norton's
father beard of.tbe trouble and went
to the court and settled the fin and
Th father of th two Norton ooys
was stonDlnc ai me wreuni
seems a very fine genuemnu. r row
ing tbe father would see the account
nnisning toucoes m. i . : - . of ,JooA
James Beeson bas rented fete hud-
er s piai-B.
Mr. Sbepara is naming iuiuuci i
-,n rf t for Mr. uumins. mi.
n.wri, la also haul In k lumber
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VI r Masslncer has DOUgni a uauu
rrd Msher and ITea tieii nave
r.lIMPTION ON THE FARM
Sometimes we have so much to do
that we don t know where to negin.
It Is a good plan to tackle the Job we
hate worst the first thing. Then we
gone to Canada to look up some land, can feel good while we are doing the
Mrs. C Hornscnun ana uunuici, omers.
In the naDer. and having failed to sup-
The owner of this Chicago herd ofltwesa the Btory of the trouble. the ar-
. im f fr. it i tin nan Dmn cut iruiu
cbiuo in nam m a. " - I . . Vnt.rt.rliA Rut
In Cblcsgo, but own. . 000 scr f ;e ,t 'w.s found
that a confession was the easier way
out which proved true, for in tamer
a f nnrn nald the fine when It was
vnnwn that tha son was In trouble.
The name of the party who startea
the row did not comeTrat m tne inai
near Oroton, S. D. From thla farm
about four years ago be brought a
pare bred cow, Groton Isabella, and
stabled her In his coal yard, since
then three calve have been added to
th little coal yard herd.
PLANS HUMANITY COLLEGE. Monday evening meeting.
General Booth Could Us Seme Carw
" at Millions.
General ttonth of the Salvation Ar
my was deeply stirred by Andrew
Carnegie's gift of $10,000,000 for th
promotion of the peso of th world.
-What would I give ror flO.OfaVJOO
to hern ns start a anlrerstry T hn
01177" he said. "This nntverslty
for a beginning sboald hare two cen
tera, London snd New Yert. It would
be an Institution tw -whh-a the lowest,
the humblest a ad the most 'degraded
would be brought that they might h
taught. The greatest and aly sbld
Ing lesson weald tte Torgettalness of
"In them n I vendues I would glv
men of healthy bedles the means
healthy work. . I .wonld have then
trained mentally, morally and pbywl
cally. I wonld se that tbe money was
not spent on the few aleae. Aroand
each university I wonld have l00
hslls which by their brightness wwald
attract each their thousands.
"There are so many ways of Bread
ing money In the direction of near
and yet making It repnednctlv that I
csnnot recount all. I wnly wlsa Mr.
Carnegie wonld give in a chance.'
Dickens Club Entertslned By Mr. L.
- I Pickens.
The Dickens Club met at the home
of Mrs- U L. Pickens on Monday ven-
Ing, wher they spent th evening in
reading "TJombey and Bon." The hos
tess served a luncheon and a social
time followed. Th next meeting will
b hl4 on next Monday evening at
the bom of the Mlmwa Vara and Nell
Cauflvld on seventh and John Adams
stm-ts. This club formerly met st
th home of the member on the after
noon of each Monday, and the boor or
meeting was recently changed because
ant all th members were able to at
tend at that hour.
Those attending the meeting
Monday night were Mrs. L L Porter,
Mrs. Max nollack. Mrs. Lena. Char-
man. Mrs. H. 8. Mount. Mrs. W. IL
Godfrey. Mrs- Theodore W. Clark. Mrs
M- CMcBrlde, Miss Lulu Spangler, sH
Corvallls, Mis Vsra Caufleld, Miss
Marjorie Cao field, Miss MurM Stev
ens. Miss Nea cauneia.
man tnj also te
h In Hohokua.
PLAN COURSE IN WASHING.
Missouri University Co-eds Must
Lssra Effects f Stsreku
Every yonng woman of the home
economic department of the University
of Missouri who taken a conrse In
testing fabric must soon roll np her
sleevs and work over a washtub.
Each student will hsve a locker la tbe
laboratory which will contain a tub.
washbosrd, soap and chemical.
It la the aim of the university to
teach tbe effect the starch, bluing and
other chemicals have on clothing. Lat
er the Isborntory will be equipped wltb
an electric washing machine. It la ex
pected to enable the co ?ls to deter
mine which la cheaper, laundry work
done by hand of work done by elec
tricity. ' ; ' -
Trinity. Wealthiest Church.
Trinity Church corporation of New
Tork Is the richest church corporation
in the world, with Its ten chnrche.
nine school and assets vt $ ID, 000,000.
Toung Mis (to ber young man) Did
you attend the ho?
"You mean tbe hopf
"I know what I mean. Ho la French
for hop. Just as galo Is French for
galop. How long have yon been In so
ciety r -' '
A Coming Flnaneise.
Oak Grove ' Improvement Aasocla
tton will meet February 2d In Oreen's
hall. Topic ' for dlscusion reor
ganization and construction of a fair
building. Bring your friends.
Christian Brothers Athletic' Club
team defeated the Oak Grove senior
athletic club team Saturday, Januara
28. In Green's halt Score 38-29.
Oak Grove senior team defeated the
Hawthorne Athletic Club team Mon
day evening In Green's hall. Score
8unnyslde Brigade team defeated the
Oak Grove Junior team Monday even
ing In Brigade ball, Sunnyslde. Score
Mrs. John Rlsley entertained at din
ner Tuesday la honor of Mr. and Mra.
John Qualman of Saginaw, Mich.
Other guests were Mr. snd Mrs. Mo-
Nichols, of Portland. Mr. and Mrs.
Qualman 1 ave Thursday for Seattle.
John Rlsley and son, victor, spent
Saturday at Sea Side looking after
their summer cottage.
Earl Sutter has a severe attack of
Dr. J. H. and Mrs. McArtnur re
turned home Monday after several
days' visit with the Doctor's brother,
West ley McArthur, of Rldgefleld,
M. E. church Sunday school at 10
m. Preaching at 11 a. m., by pas
tor. Rev. Henry Speia.
Ladles'Ald has a special work meet
ing Thursday afternoon at the. home
of Mrs. J. S. Smith.
Mrs. Gut White and son spent
X Tuesday In Portland with Mrs. White's
. mother Mrs. Howell.
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lieo. . Noses ana who i "-
Ing congratulations on the birth of a
little daughter wedneaaay, January
E. C. Warren has a sever cas or la
B J. Moor Is able to he out again
but still nnder the doctors care.
Modern Woodmen of America regu
lar meeting Tuesday evening.
Mrs. w. B. Robinson, or fine vai
ley, Eastern Oregon, arrived Tuesday
and will spend a weeic wttn ner aunt.
Mrs. Ada Cosgrtff of Courtney station
Miss Ivy. of Courtney avenue, is
slowly improving under the care of a
Tit-for-Tat Among th Crook.
Ther was a fight at th Crown
Columbia Pulp A Paper Co.' mill
Friday afternoon laat, In which two
or three Greeks were beaten up a con
siderable. As a result Jim Bervynoo
secured the arrest of Gost Porley and
that worthy paid $25 and coats In Jus
tice Samson's coort Tueaday after- .
noon to settle. This suit waa no soon
er settled than a charge was placed
agalnat J. Varelow, who was also ar
raigned and a fine of $25 and coats
assessed. Varelow could not or would
not pay and was taken to tbe county
Wants, For Sale, Etc
Notices under these claaalflod head In sa
will b Inserted at ona cent a word, first
Insertion, half a cent additional Inser
tion a. One Inch card, fl per month; half
Inch card. (4 llnes tt per month.
Cash must accompany order unless one
has an open account with tha paper. No
financial responsibility for errors; where
errors occur freo corrected notice will be
printed for patron. Minimum charge lc
WANTED Experienced girl for gen-.
era! housework In family ol three
Enquire 610 Seventh St. . .
WANTED You to know that the En
terprise Job printing department I
tbe most complete in the State,'
outside Portland. Try it for your
next printing.- '-
FOR SALE .
7 Room House and acre. Nice
acre Lota close to car line... Also S
acr tracts at $600 per acr.
BOARDMAN Sc NEWELL"
Jennings Lodge, Ore.
FOR SALE Spac In this column.
Sell that old plow or barrow; you
dont use It since you purchased
your new one.
FOR SALE A good $10,000 farm for
sale. John W. Loder. Owner. Atty.
at Law, Stevens Bldg.
FOR RENT Liner space In thla col
umn. A few line may rent inai
house, store or farm; they will cost
you but a few cents. '
L-ydia-. visited with Mrs. u. neumau
Mra. Stella Greaves I visiting hr
folks at Clarke her better nan
In Caaltla .
O.aanl r tn TOI1I1Z DeoDie Ol
ri.rVM attended the debate at High
land Saturday night and reported a
..n Intorestlnr time.
There was a wrestling matcn i -
. ii 1 A annrlo nPtWPfIl
' rCZ, fall. ; the nlow for th spring work
w. " Thy Vary with th. crotch " Never 'run for an office; better to
nn- anS th I the third wa won by .o comport yourself and so conduct
. I I wart II AT T MM lI I 1 t'SB) I II II'
Griffith with th toe noia. your b.iui.
niritr n 1 1 1 r luu.
If you have any iron or omer iucioi
rnf. taliA a comfonaDtB spell anu
nalnt them. Get all BOch lobs out ot
tha way before something els begins
The proposal to cor.nne parceia pui
A loose board too foten aqueaus
loudly of loose methods.
All sorts or odd Jods ar in oruur
. . . L I K kmat
cow; ana get tne wunewaou
ready to flop.
Sow clover seed twic to o
will take, and don't forget thj alslk
along with the red.
It Is too late wnen tne siat-a. o
tumbled and smothered your best cow
tn resret not having fenced It on.
Get Rny extra nlow-points or oiujr
fixtures you may need, before you get
HARRY JONES Builder and General
Contractor. Estimates cneertnuy
given on all claases of building
work, concrete walks and rlnforcd
concrete. Re. Phone Main 111-
The Rer. J. H. uutnn, Ol urr!u
City, waa burled at the Miller cerne-
i.n nnite a numner oi nm
neighbor and friends attended the
burlaL ..-xX m,tM If made into law, will
Rev. Mayca went to Moiaua ' V" ,h, .xnresa
to preach . . -mnnia and not of th rural popula-
M188 Doll Marquam W rr' tnn1lllhnaa.
x ..i,,h.i in th vard bare ot
. ' .k- f1,t nt PehruarT. tlOlt. It IB lOOlianoesa.
I Oil IU nv livers n.w -
Ml as Nora Barth has mdgned her
...niR nn of the clerks In F.-J.
4j . .mi una Mabel Miller, some
ruuiMB . - j I i ni.
Clarewe Thomas 1b altw worklag In enough
L.Tli .a, nrira m v. J irraaa? After the nm maw .pr .-..
poHiuon u- . K-ntuckv blue-grass on
when ground gets dry
of Teavei threes, " .J I" itttu white clover, too.
a-. n. .allv In the harness for
the store. . i , , Manv folks are.
Omer Marqnam rnx nis nu -u ,--- -- : tl,rlr , th0
BVmlZ Myrtle and Laura Baker, ot ends and let the other fellow do the
XtoC7. have beeu kicking. Keep yo own f '""'f
& ing ;i.h their nncle, 1. a Irkln- tb. traces and 1 pu 1 true ( all "m.
rnwi, " " -
go very well together; but as soon as
..-h rin-a anften nD. TOU Will
CLARKE8. . ... y,.-, ,,me of au the year
Sullivan, the road snpervisor, f u ,8n.t
nearly such hard work then aa It is
for a few daya.
laid rails last Saturday.
Mr nottemlller had a lame horse.
It atenned on a nail.
Mr. Bnal was in town last week
wiih Mclntvre Is Intending to
Te butchered hogs.
Mr. , Bottetnlller was grubbing
stumps and his dog killed two grave
dlrenra last week
Bual Bros, are plowing on their new
Look for tbe ground hqg on Feb. 2.
Ed Mclntyre waa on the sick list
Mr. and Mrs. George Clark have
moved. s '
Born, to My. and Mrs. John Card,
later when the earth
bard as a bone. .
Is as dry and
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR.
O. D. EBY, Attorney-ai-iaw, smw
loaned, abstracts rurnisnea. ib
title examined, estate settled, gen
eral law business. Over Bank ' of
Oregon City.- '
U'REN 4k 8CHUEBEU Aliorneyam
Law, Deoucner Aavoaai. win
tlc In all courts, make collioa.
and awttlnmenta. Oince in
prts Bldg., Oregon CSty.
DR. L O. ICE. DJENTiar norau. vw
5 and 8 Beaver building, atain o
Oregon City. Phonea: Horn A-198
and pacific States 122L
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN John W. Loder,
Atty. at Law, Steven Bldg.
MONEY LOANED W are acquaint
ed with the value of all farm land
In Clackamas County and caw loan
your money on good safe security.
Farm loans made one, two and three
years at 7 per cent Abstracts o.
' title examined. DIMlCK ft DIMICK-. ,
Lawyers, - Andresen Bldg., Oregets
City, Oregon. ' - ' v
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
Hunting For Cougsr Nssr Molalla
: Messrs. K. p. Elliott and Oren Cut
tings are home from a hunt In tb
wilds near Molalla. Tbey were out
for cougar, but secured no gam.
They ssw msny evidences hut could
not come face to face with on. T. P.
Randall and C. E. Ramsby war also
out In that aame neighborhood th
first of th week but had no better
success than th first party- They re
port that th cougar ar plentiful and
that they are killing deer and giving
fnrmers a scare but so far few have
been killed. .
Hunger Is the best sauce, w am
told, but still ther la something ale
about apple sauce.---. r""H
"Msrama," said Charlie, "would It b
right If 1 took two of your pin me to
play Indian wlthf .
"Certainly It woo Id not You bevsn't
tbem, have yoot"
K "Only one, mamma."
F. Rlebhoff lost one of his best cows
recently found ber dead In tbe barn
Mr. Kohl has a cow on the sick HbL
The good family cow Is something
hard to replace.
Tbe "Harding Hustlers" played
their play. "Butternut' " Bride," at
Sprlngwater Saturday night to a
If the party Introduced a hill
for a hotel Inspector would Just amend
It and prohibit landlords from allow.
Ing bed bugs to roam at larg after
sunset It Is probable IV would pa.
Do the county commissioners Imag
ine the farmers are bo green thny do
not know which they want a road
engineer or a hlfth aalaried official to
work in th Intereat of th "sporting
class" of Portland, who want an auto
road across th state ad expect to
pull the wool over th farmers' yeT
We are not as areen aa we look-
sometimes. O. B- Dimlck told tb
truth when be said much of th money
Is squandered. The Influence of the
Grange Is growing and some surprises
may be In store for som and their
pet measures when It comes to a vote
Show-down. Th single tax hooters
get well paid for their talk In that
line. What w rurallat want la bet
ter roads leading to the markets and
batter rural school. It I Ilk paying
rent now when tax paying Urn come
On of the very beat rolls for break
fast Is a prompt roll out of bed.
When he pay is 19 a week it Is a
Job; when he compensation is 125, It
Is a position..
Science has decided that A kiss Is
Infectious osculation, but plain people
are satisfied with tbe good oldam.
To Introduc The Morning
Enterprise Into a large major
ity of the home in Oregon
City and Clackamaa county tb
management ha decided to
make a special price for the
dally Issue, for a short tlm
only, where th subscriber pays
a year In advance.
By carrier, paid a year In
By mall, paid a year In ad
Peopl who gave our canvas
ser a trial subscription for on
or mor months, at ten cents a
week, can have the dally deliv
ered for a year for $3.00 by
paying a year In advance.
People who gave our canvas
ser a . trial subscription, by
mall, for four months at a dol
lar, may have the paper for a
year for $2.00, If paid a year In
advance. " '
Subscribers to the" Weekly
Enterprise may change - their
subscriptions to. the dally, re-
celvlng credit for half time on"
tbe dally that the weekly Is
paid In advance. Who they
choose to add caah to the ad
vance payment equal to a full
year's advanc payment they
may take advantage of th $2
rat. y .
We mat thl pclI prtc
so that peopl who bav paid
In advanc on som other dally ,
and wish to tak Uu Morning ;
Enterprise, may do so without
too great expense, ,
V. R. HV?E, Abstract Oiflcaj
Land tltlea Inve1 wnveyai
clng, notary public.' '
Room 7. Barclay Bldg.. Oregon City.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE T1U V
Investment Co., Steven Bldg.
D- K. BILL CO., REAL. ESTATE
Farm, Timber, Grazing, Agricultural
Lands, City Property, Small Fruit
and Poultry Ranch for Sale, Wal
nut Land. Room 9 Beaver BIdsW
Oregon City, Oregon.
E. IL COOPER, For Fir Imuran o
and Real Estate. . Let us handl
your properties) w buy, sell and
exchange. Offtc In KnterpriM
Bldg,, Oregon City, -Oregon-
FRBYTAO ft 8WAFFORD. Real Es
tate Dealer, bav choice bargain
In farm land, city and auburbaa
home, good fruit land and poultry
ranches. See u for good ouy.
Nor 8. P. depot '
SECOND HAND FURNlTVUJL
SECOND HAND irfcrtltur. Carlo aaaj
Relics bought, sold and xchang4.
Anything Cross a darting adl to
a shrp' i anchor. TO UNO, Th
- Second Hsnd Man, Main St. Or ,
gon City. ,
411 Cats. 4th mi M. Its.
OREGON CITY, ORst.
J. TOSIN, Proritr. . ,