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ft Wouldn't Pay
A Poor Article?
.I'V. " ' '
Nor propoHI of doubtful mrlt or honty for drudin.
nowadays, ar Dl CRIMINATING. Thy know values they know
GENUINE things, genulrts opportunltl.
Any artlol which aan b aold by advertlelng It, by that tst, a
GOOD artlda. YOU ara safe In buying a thing which haa "stood
,n, fira of publicity." - " ' -
Tha mikir of a wldaly advrlld artlela. or commodity, l .
on trial for hla bualnasa Ufa. Ha cannot ahlrk, nor cheapen hla
product and thla la tha baat poaalbla protactlon for th oonaumar.
You ara SAFe In buying advartlaad thing It'a tha loglo pf
nowaday bualnaee condltlone.
;. 1 your silk hoa for ,h" r""nor
clul dull bull "l W. A. llolmca'.
Kd H''"1 business visitor In
portliiinl Tuesday. . ,
Tl. ruse of 11'K.kett va. perclval, at
f,,r hfiirlnar l' Justice Hameon's court
flr Tuesday, was settled out of court
gn, the. litigation stopped.
st,ic of new pianos Just received
lr a II Slurgis, 401 Seventh street.
" AHoriK-y Hodges la billed for an
iddros at Ilia High Hchool Assembly
May. These weekly talks by prom-
' ,.ni n of affnlra r proving both
Interesting and Instructive.
Dr. Caora Itoeye. Dentist, Csu
flald Ml'U , Oregon CHy. "
Thr msrrlHg .f-Mi d-HUikeH
to A K. Ilolniatadt was aolemnlxod
Turndiy at tha Baptist parsonage,
Kev H. A. Ilnyworth officiating.
Every pair of "Onyx" lioaa inual
!' rruHonabla wear, otherwise ran
be en banged for new. pair. Price 25
cuila at W. A. Holmes.'
PEOPLE POINTED OUT
1 ami Mrs. 8 hot ay. raj Woodlnirn,
wrro visiting In Oregon City Tuesday.
Mrs .lHy. f Park place, who haa
brn viry III. la improving.
Mrs H I'vltt la visiting with frlonda
- In I'orlluud. .
Mrs J H Garretson and aon. Merle,
have arrived home after visiting the
pant rk with relatives In Portland.
Mr. Irl l.uti. who haa been III for
thr paBl week, has resumed hla posi
tion with the J. lrvltt atore.
Minn Minnie Case was la 8lom
TuiimIh). spending tha day with hr
Mr ami Mrs. Hansdon, have gone
to North Yakima where they will make
,,. thrlr fui nr' home.
Mln lli'li'ii ChamWrlaln, who naa
b.-rn III at her home at Cladatona for
the pant k. haa resumrd her pil
tlon with tho W. A. Holmes' atore.
Mr. J. M. Iwrenre, of Hnd, haa
b-n the K'"t of hla alster-lu law,
Mrs. C. (I Miller. Mr. ljwrenca haa
bwu In Portland since Ixrernber, but
lll leave for hla home thla week.
Mrs. K. L. Newton and daughter,
Mls Joarphlne, who have been Tlalt
log wllli friends In Ralem, and rela
tives In Portland, have returnod to
Orriton City. Mlas Josephine will re
turn to Philadelphia Dt week.
Judne O. n. Dlmlck will go to HiOem
tdsjr to ha present when the 8 hour
bill la up for dlsrusslon In the Mouse.
He hoKa It will ba on for ballot bo
that he may he In to see tha acrap
over Ita paaaage.
Mr. Karl Walker, a atudent of tha
..l'nlv,'r,,y ( Oregon, who haa been
IK-ndlng bla wefk'a varatlon with hla
paronts. Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Walker,
returned to Ktigenn Monday morn
ing Ha la taking a eoorne In raining
and elertrlral engineering.
Mr. and Mra. Frank Bchoonborn and
baby have arrived In Oregon City from
the State of Washington, and will
proliatily dortde to locata here, which
as their former home. Mr. flchoen
born hns been In btialneas In the Pa
louse country, but haa disposed of
this. ; . ' 1
Mrs. Fred Ilauer. or Portland, and
Mrs. Ievy, of New Tork, were In this
tlty yesterday,- tha guesta of Mrs. A
Goldsmith and Mlsa 7.lda Goldsmith.
Mrs. Ilauer haa been raaldlng for aome
time at Portland, but will aoon leave
for New York to make her future
Mrs. Cora Hutaon, of Vancouver,
II. and daughter. Mra. W. J. Max
veil; of Renttle, Wash., arrived In thla
city on Hunday to visit with the for
mer's parents, Mr. and Mra. A .R.
iKxdlttle. Mra. Hutson will remain
for a few dnyt and will then visit her
later, Mrs. A. W. Cheney, of Portland,
before returning to bar horn In Ilrlt
l"h Columbia. Mra. Maxwell will visit
with her grandparents here for a
KINO COLE HAS NEW CURVt
THAT WILL DAFFLE THE
King Cole, tbe youug I wirier
ho pitched the .only giiine the
Cube won during the , world
aeries, believe , t list he - has
found a way to put a uew twist
on the borsehlde. Cole says:
"I discovered, an odd freak'of
a curve Just after the season
dosed. I practiced It In Bay City
and found out that it might b
turn-d Into a winner. 1 thought
lhat If I could perfect It It would
n Just the sort of delivery to
haffle hitters who take a mighty
"nt at the ball, Ilka liana Wag
nor aud Shorwood Mage.
"I am going to werk hard dur
ing the spring training trip and
Perfect that curve ao aa to have
I H In good working order by tha
urn the seaaon opena. Then
you watch and a."
Home pap re of M Bears. Ma
Wagner. KoMtcay, Mite 111
and Doyl. pjeit eopy. TWajr
nay b Interacted.' Cole'e atOry
reada well, but h muat enow ua.
,FOP. 8 AUG flnaei L' IMS MBtaCnBl
Jail that old plow or harrow; yow
ain't. na It alnce you purehaawd
ir dw on .
- to Advertise-
FORUM OF THE PEOPLE
Vtis piilillaltMS of Till Mornlnc Enter
prlBo Ui lalin ieiuiisilillliy for ths senti
ment rxpresM-il In Die ai lU lf-a pulillehed
from time to time In this column. Pul
Urliy Is given In an effort to be (air. and
will) tha view to pulilli atlnn o( txttb
Idea tn a iirallon. 'oininuiilrallims
mini com pru(erly signed tu Insula pul
Would Build riah Ladders.
Killlor Knterprlse: There haa boen
conalderalilH written of late aa to what
should lie done In legislating for and
against tha fttthertee Intereata on tha
Columbia.. Willamette and . contribu
tory atreama, and now I want to have
lu the first place. If the government
will compel people, who dam or ole
smicthtreams ti pul lii Tlnh "luddera
ao that tha salmon utit oiher fish ran
get up slreani' aa they wish to do, and
as tbey should be permitted to do,
there will be no need of hatcheries
any where on the rivers. Tha small
atreama will then provide all tha
hatchery grounda that ara necessary.
In other words nature know a I he needs
of the flab In their efforts to do tha
duties of nature and nature needs no
assistant'" It we will gtva nature an
opikortunlty to do what It la able to
do without aaatatance.
Put the building of dama, and the
failure to nut lu artificial means to
permit these finny beauties to go and
come as they are wont and aa Is necea
aary If wa are to reap tha full bentt
flta that may accrue, la what la doing
I would not for a moment throw
any objection In tha way of harnessing
thoae atreama to do the work for man
kind, but I would Insist that when they
put obat ructions In the wsy of contin
uing our fish aupply that they provide
the artificial meana to get around It
It will cost much laa to build these
ladders than It does to build and main
tain these hatcherlee. If we let na
lure lake Ita course there may be no
nrofltable contracta or Joba for poll-
tlrUna but there la less cost to the
MHM.ln. and the Insisting that the nu n
who build the obatmctlona provide the
remedy la not more than fair.
There should be a flah ladder near
the Willamette naper mill to provio
fur tha unrlver trlu of the flah when
the water Is low. At present the fish
can so uo when the water la high but
when It la low tha currant la all near
the mills and as the fish follow the
current where the water la pure and
fresh naturally ther la where at least
one ladder should atand.
A few fishermen may delight In hav
ing the fish stalled and mystiriod ao
they may take them eaay and In quan
tltlea, but the public at large should
be Intereated In the fish getting up the
river in aufflclent numnera to Keep
the river well atocked. for unless that
la done tha aupply will soon rum tow
gnd those now enjoying good returns
will find their employment Kone aiong
with the aport to those who flah for
fun only. ...
it ! time Borne one Interested mm-
self In tha protection of the fish, and
In people who are using the river do-
Ing ao lu a way inai win nn n--greatest
good to the larger number.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Will Clarate tha Forty-flrat Annl-
. versary of tha ortier.
The KnlRhta of Pythlaa are to have
a good time thla evening at Woodmen
Hall, when the 41t anniversary win
be observed. A program la being ar
ranged, and many aurprlses ara In
atore for those who attend. The com
mittee In charge of the affair consist
of IV. (leorge Hoeye. Elmer T. Lan
klna and Fred A. Millar.
One of the featurea of tne evening
.... .... . ... K.n manw Inula
Will De me uanquei, "
will be gUcn. A program will ba giv
en In tha fore part of the evening.
The hall will be decorated for this
occasion. The famlllea of tha fcntghta.
visiting knlghte and a few invuei
guesta will be present.
HOW TO PACK.
Demonstration to Ba Made at Satur
day Maetlnvy Addraa on Planting.
At the nieetlna of tha Oregon City
Fruit and Produce Union, achedulnd
for Saturday at the Court House, there
ni l, an ailtlrena on planting ami
nnniln of voung treeB. Thla addreaa
e- - " . ... i o
will be foliowea ny aii:usi"ii. .
v ntrsnir who la tha auperlntendent
at Peach Grove, where thouaanda of
young peach treea are neang pminwi
and who haa had much experience at
Hood River, haa been Invited to make
the addreaa and It la thought he will
i. h has had a wide exper
ience In the bualneaa, and understands
v.. .nrvim nt associations. It la
thought h will make a very Interest
i An effort will also be made to have
a demonatratlon of potato grading and
nacklna. ao that any one can aee and
..nrf.ratanit what la wanted by the
market. When - produce la properly
eraded and packed It la half wild, and
the price la alwaya the outside figure
for produce that ahowa juat what It
la and no ned for dlacount aa to how
It will turn out when once on tha mar
Push Club Planned.
t A committee report on the organlaa
.. - ..-. t..h at Dak Grove will
lion WI puno ....... - .
be ma.de at a rnaVtlnt to be held t
Green's hall Thursday evening at 7.4B.
..nn.orf nnsh club would taK
.be oiac of the preaent Improvement
Uaoelatlori, tl the report la adopted,
ffcer " 1"r,M' uu,er 1 "
....o.tlona will coma "P. "
eluding tha plan for the erection of
a publlo hall on tha achool grounda. ,
For the Children
M i a. Hll)
A Charming Little Girl
la Miss QUrla Qeuld.
MIMI 0LOUI4 OOCLD.
iKm't yon think that a little girl of
alx la rather yonug to be Interviewed
by a newspaper reporter and to have
her picture aiiapiMMl by the camera
man? Well, this niwricuce happened
rK'utly to little MIhs Gloria Gould
when aba was an Interested spectator
at a society circus given at Georgian
Court, the magnificent home of her
parents, Mr. and Mra. George J. Oould,
at Lakewood. N.J.
Miss Gloria was not at all acared
having the camera pointed at her; but.
Ilk many grownup people, she object
ed. Just at Drst, to be photographed fr
publication. The picture shows what
a charming little girl she Is In ber play
This little lady, who aoroa day will
have a splendid big coming out party
Ilka those of her older sisters, was
very much broken np tbo day this pic
ture waa taken over the sudden death
of her pet dog, Bueter Brown, which
was her constant companion and the
family pet. Miss Gloria and tbe fortu
nate Buster used to have many a One
romp on the lawna at Georgian Court,
and tha amall helresa felt very much
aggrieved thst her comrade had quit
her companionship for thst of tha oth
er doggies In dog heaven.
Fes and Hounds.
.The boye and girls In the achool at
Montlcello. N. Y.. might have thought
that tbey were having an object lea
aon In the game of fox and hounds
when a wild fox ran Into tbe aebool
room with two dogs In close pursuit.
It was not really an object lesson.
JVo teacher would make ao mucn
excitement over tbe teaching of any
One subject Tbe excitement waa
great enough at first, but aa the fox
and the doge circled th room tbe lit
tle glrla climbed up on tbe deska and
acrcamed and the little boya helped
the dug chase the fox. The hunted
beast finally found refuge under the
teacher'a desk, where be snarled at the
doga and tbe children and kept them
at bay. He would not let any on
touch him, but at last one of the boya
euccaeded In putting a noose over hla
bead. Tbe boya tried to get him out
alive, Irut he struggled ao hard that
h choked to death.
In the olden days, when th science
of navigation waa not aa well nnder
atood aa now. It was tbe custom to
csrv lu the bows of ships a pair of
large eyes, with th notion that they
would waeh the dangers of the deep
and avoid catastrophe. Faith In snoh
an Idea has long been dead, but tbe
eyes sre still to be seen on ships.
Through them pass the snchor chains
when the ship In safe In port, and tbua.
though useless In the days of the old
fancy, they fill a good purpose now. :,
Th Rejected Valentin.
Sambo wont a-courttn' (
Of Mies 'Phella Own.
'Phella waa the handeom'st
Oal he'd ever seen.
Bamho with his bano ,
Stopped to play a tun '
'Neath Mlsa 'fhella's window
In th llht o' the moon.
Played h ther so softly.
Hang he song of love;
Then all of a sudden
Cried vole from s bo ire:
"What you want dar, ntggahT
Btop dat noise, I aay!
Why ar you hanain'
Koun' heah anyway?"
Bamho, aort of frtgntned, -
Lifted up hie ey. '
Saw ftflaa 'Phella'e mnmmer.
Thought that he should dlt
Vain he tried to snswer. (
He couldn't speak at all.
Bo he leaned In engulah
For atrena-th against th walL
"(lit you off!" cried mommer
, Of Mies Thslla, mind.
"For my flnughter dosn't want
Ho comlo valentine!" -
8ERVICES AT M. E. CHURCH.
Company CL Will Participate In Waah.
Ington Birthday Celebration.
Company O. O. N. 0.. has been In
vlted to attend service at: the M. K.
church Sunday evening, February 2C,
at which time the company la askod
to participate in services wbmmemor-
atlve of Wash naton's ulrtnuay. a
letter was received by Captain Chas
Hldy from Rev. Zimmerman the first
of the week and It has been accepted
bv the company. .
'jmtt : Urn-"
A ISUX, by Jtuiarloaa Press AssulU.
At the services Judge J. V. Camp
bell, who was captain of Co. B, Span
ish war veterans, and saw service tn
the Phlllpplnea, will make the address
.......--.-,,- .. -'
at Um avMljag, . Other apaclAl faaHara
bat anil interest tne aouiier soya
III ba 4aHr4ne4 m thai see sow
nd the service gives promts of more
ha ordinary Interest. - t .
- Wantfl aat. Hood Railway.
At a meeting of the Moutavllla Board
of Trade, held Monday night, at Kaat
Hevonty-alitb atreet and Villa avenue.
a resolution was passed urging that a
franchlae b grunted to the Mount
Hood Electrla Hallway for the moat
direct obtainable. It waa also urged
that a condition of the franchlae ba
that the company shall give local ser
vice within tha city limits.
WHO WILL SUCCEED DANIELS!
Hsrd te Find Successor to Great
Swimmer, Who Has Retired.
Now that Charles M Duniels. the
orld'e fuiuous swimmer, baa decided
to retire the tjuestlon arises. Who will
be tbe uiao to tiike bis place In this
country? New York. Chicago ' Ht.
Louis, Pittsburg. Itultlmore. Boston
nd other cities all have local cham
pions, but none w ho can compare wltb
the "human fluh."
James Ileilly. the young New Yorker
who recently gave Daniels Much a bard
contest, has been picked by aeveral
Got ha in experts as a successor to ItM
HABBT BKBBiaa, CHICaOO'8 CB4CK BWIM-
Mercury Footer. Clilcagoana are claim
ing Harry Ilebner Is the one tjiat will
occupy tbe place now made vacant by
the "human flun." Ilebner la tbe na-
tlonal back Btroke champion and tbe
holder of the world'e record for loO
yarda. McGllllvray and Ilusxagb of
Chlcsa-o. Frlxelle of 8t- Loula and
Sloan of Pittsburg are all of cham
pionship caliber, but whether any one
of the can attain Danlela' high posi
tion tn worldwide aquatics remains to
CHANCE THROWS ORANGES
TO KEEP ARM RIGHT.
Frank Chance la probably tbe
first ball player who ever work
ed tu kink out of hi arm by
throwing oranges at treea. Th
manager or the Chicago Cuba
aays be has kept his arm In con
dition ever since the close of the
season by heaving damaged or
anges picked from trees oft his
ranch. Every morning Chance
walk a through hla orange grove,
twenty-five miles from Los An
geles. On every tree mey be
seen a few split orange. They
are picked by Chance. Instead
of tossing them to the ground.
Chance aajs he selects an object
X alxty feet distant and throws st
1L .-.,:, -.
anal Trt DCfflUC TDAIUTD
Famous Veteran Joofcev Will Handl
Stable of Her Nest Seaaon.
Fred Taral. tb famous veteran
Jockey, fci going to get himself a atable
of horses anil branch out aa a tralnar
on th tarf that mad him world re
nowned. It I not from a financial
atandpolnt that Taral la going to re
turn to his first love, but simply th
lov of a thoroughbred that permeate
tha aystem of a genuine aportsman.
Tarsi Is undoubtedly one of the great
est turf characters of th preaent age.
For over twenty years the turf fol
lowers of this country and In many
place tn Europe have aeen Fred Taral
wearing silks. . And during that long
period there never waa one alight
doubt of Tare 1'a honesty. Thla in hv
eelf la the highest praise that ver
conld b showered upo a rider.
Golfer Anderson to Play Abroad
John O. Anderson, former Massa
chusetta amateur golf champion and
laat year runner np tn the Bay State
open championship, has decided to
again participate In the British ama
teur and open event tn the spring and
la trrin to- induce aeveral other
American playera to accompany him.
T.... kn.Ae nnna nt th NeVT
Yorkers and rhiladelphlana approach-
ed haa conaented. .
England's artt Jeky Svnte.
Jockey Frank Wootten, the yonng-
etar wh rod the largst Bum her ef
winner on the flat on th avaglaeh tvrf
easna,' was s
82 Of IffE
MRS. BASS MILLER ENJOYS THE
EVENT HOME BEAUTIFULLY
DECORATED FOR OCCASION.
Tbe 82nd birthday anniversary of
Mrs. Bass Miller, of Canetnab, was
celebrated on Tuesday at the borne of
her daughter, Mrs. M. J. Bolton, and
proved to be a most enjoyable event.
Tbe house was beautifully decorated
for this occasion with ferns and pot
ted plants. One of the featurea of
the afternoon waa the dinner aerved
by Mrs. Bolton. Mrs. Ml Her received
many remembrances pf the day.
- Present were Mrs. C. A. Coburn,
Mrs. Kdward Elliott, Mra. A. K.
Khoadea, Mra. Mary Wll Una, of Port
land; Mrs. H. Carothera, Mrs. Hebecca
J. Blanchard. Mrs. tiara Fields, Mrs.
Martha I'lummer, Mrs. Fred Hakel,
Mrs. Julia Frost, Mra. Mary V. How
ell, Mrs. W. W. Freeman, Mra. Jennie
Kingman, Mra. Mallssa Bolton, Mrs.
Bass Miller, Miss May Bolton, Miss
Ina Bolton. Miss Ada Bed well, Ernest
Hatch, Alfred Bolton, Master IJnn
Hatch. Harold Searle, of Oregon City;
Mr. and Mrs. E. E .Taylor,. Mra. Clara
Martliii Misses Klma Taylor and Sarah
Taylor, of Bellwood.
Mrs. Miller gave a dancing party in
the evening to the young people of
Canemab. and the affair waa attended
by all of the young people of Canemah,
aa well aa many of the older onea.
The affair was given at the hall, and
the music furnltthed by the Canemah
orchestra. Many old fashioned dances
were enjoyed and Indulged by the old
er one as well aa the younger people.
Dnnclne was Indulged In until a late
hour, and refreshmente were aerved.
MADE NO ASSAULT.
Is the Contention Set Up By Melville
The cane of Melville Young, set for
bearing 'Tuesday In Justice Samson's I
court, was postponed to Saturday at
10 a, m. on account that the lawyer
for the defense was busy elsewhere.
The young man has plead not gnilty
and hla case will be on heating at that
Young waa one of the young men
charged with making a disturbance on
the car Saturday night, near Glad
stone, and the charge put against him
was that of assault. lie claims tne
charge la not true and that la tne
reason why he la planning to make a
flghL - -
An 80-acre farm located three miles
east of Aurora, In Clackamaa County,
Oregon; nicely located In a rich farm
ing community adjoining good road;
good school adjoining farm; 60 acres
in high state of cultivation, with more
than 10,000 tilea laid In ground for
drainage: good fair buildings; culti
vated land all In good crop except 10
! acres: all rencea ana in iirui-cimuj
condition. Price, $125 per acre.
G. B. DIMICK.
Jo Carroll to Box Friday.
VANCOUVER. Wash.. Feb. 14 Joe
Carroll, brother of Jimmy CarrolL who
is now boxing In the East, has neen
matched for a boxing contest at tne
Auditorium next Friday evening, under
the ausnlces of the local Order of
Eagles, with Jennings, of O Company,
First Infantry, who won from Gene
West last Friday evening at the Van
couver Athletic CJuba smoker. The
nfficers of the lodee Dromlse. aa at
,he previoua matches, there will be no
I roughness tolerated In the main match
or either of tbe two preliminaries.
The grippe Is quite, prevalent now.
There was no school In Prof. Poo
ling's room this past week, owing to
the teachers examination In Oregon
The Clear Creek Creamery t. o. pi
off Its patrons at 37 cents per potind
for bntter fat, net for January.
The Countr Court has decided to
build a ateel bridge acroKj, Clear Creek
at Ftshef Mill. We hope tliey win
get It np aome time In the near future
as this mall businesa la not very pleas
ant. President Taft cannot understand
why farmera do not endorse his reci
procity measure. Vve". mm is cin-i.
but they will not endorse anything
detrimental to tbelr own lnteresu..
The farmers know "which side of the
bread has butter on." Fsrmers have
to fight for their rights. They have
tried for yeara to get the Parcels Post
and who Is It preventa It? Merchants
ho are so loud In Its denunciation
can reap Ita benefits too by Issuing a
catalogue and sending out to tueir
patrons. Many rortland nrrns on
business this way and have for years,
vet no mention Is ever made of the
mnes rash Store doee a big
Meier & Frank
mail oruer iniaincoo.
Co do too. It is in me i""J "
tied Eastern Oregon country that the
most benefit will be deriveo. u
bug-a boo" about ruining tne um3
Hough weather today and It seems
as If our winter Is not yet over.
riurlnir the vear lust closed we tnins
out section of the country has kept
pace with any of the other sections
by way of improvement.
3 3. Tlattan has built a new and
modern residence that Is a credit to
himself and the community.
n t watts has cleared quite a lit
tle pleca of ground and haa It about
ready for the plow.
J. G. Mumpower rebuilt hla aawmlll
and you can get anything In the lum
ber line now. 'jnis is qnn a t"'
venlence to the neighborhood.
Sheridan IJllie has built a new Darn
and Is cloarlng some land for the com
KL P. Hackctt nas nxea up tow
home place till he has qnlte a neat
home, and he haa also cleared a new
tract to plow In th apring.
W exnect to able to announce most
ny day that we have an abundance
of oil here, ana that from mis i.v..
0u may be classed as nne of the leen-
I In. MHnnrMI, Of t h COIinty.
With oil In abundance and the Ogle
mtnea more runy oeveiop,
hinder ClacKamas cuumj
to the front ' ,
Our roads have been much Improved
the past season with W. K. Mumpower
aa supervisor, snd we iooa lor couiu.
ud Improvements aa he la reappointed
for thla season.
- O. E. Hayes Is expecting quite a run
at the park thla eeaaon aa thla Is a
great place for pleasure seeker) dar
ing the summer months.
The CUckamaa river la a great at
traction to most people aa K Is cer
tainly on of th moat beautiful
streams tn Oregon. -
We have one of the best schools In
the county and our teacbera are doing
good work. Miss Marshall baa charge
of the higher grades and Mlsa Hanson
the lower. Both are giving the beat of
satisfaction so far aa the writer haa
been able to learn.
A aiirprlse party met at home of
Mr. Boyer last Friday evening, and
ail were pleasantly entertained during
J. W. Bennett waa appointed road
supervisor In district number two that
Joins oura on the north and we are
looking for good resulfa.
Mrs. Walter Mundhenke, got a
scratch on the finger that developed
Into blood poisoning, but she Is on the
road to recovery now, we are glad to
ay- , ,
Mrs. J. P. Ttevis was burled" k week
ago Jest Hunday. She was one of the
pioneers of this aectlon, and was great
ly respected by all. Her relatives and
friends have the Heartfelt sympathy
of this neighborhood.
An 'occasional festive Chinook sal
mon is being caught, hut they are very
scarce as yet and retailers charge 25
cents per pound, so this seems Ilk)
"eating money." Tbe only wsy to pro
tect the salmon Is to stop them fish
ing on the Columbia for a few seasons
and then they might atand a chance,
but until our leglslatora have the cour
age to take the bull by the horns and
do something we can expect nothing
but extermination, and that is not far
There la a night musical comedy at
the hall. It will continue till Tuesday,
Feb. 14. They are having good attendance-
and It Is quite laughable.
Iand buyers are getting quite num
erous In these parts lately.
Adolph Myers has . put up a neat
wire fencer In front of his hotel.
Mrs. Ouyer entertained her many
friends In the way of a birthday 'party
and dinner. The peculiar part of It
was that three of the guest a birthday
came on the same day, the 10th of
February. Those whose birthday oc-
cured on 'that day were John Taylor,
Mra. J. P. Miller and Mra. Von way
Guver. A pleasant time waa reported.
Mrs. Llzle Newton, of Oregon City,
was out to her parent's, Mr. and Mra.
J. P. Miller, last week. She brought
her two boys, who were taken down
with the measles. ,
Barton Jack Is quite a regular at
tendant at Sunday school when he
get up In time.
" ELDORADO. '
Wind, rain and snow la tbe order
of the day.
Will Jones Is very 111 with a serious
old at his home In Eldorado.
Mrs. Fred Spangler and Mrs. Tom
Davis spent Friday with Mrs. Kate
Mr. and Mra. Bayne Howard spent
a few days in rortiana visiting witn
friends this week.
W. S. Smith waa hauling potatoes
to Oregon City last week for U. K.
Smith, which brought him a nice little
sum of money.
Miss Ethel Smith, daughter of Mr.
nud Mrs. C. E. Smith, waa quite ill
last week with a cold and lame neck
id re. Udell, of Mulino. has been
spending a few day visiting with old
friends at Clarkes. returning Saturday
and bringing her little granddaught.
home with her.
C. Smith Is improving the looks of
his front yard bv nutting a nice wire
fence no and adding to it a nice gate.
C. T. Howard is having lumber
hauled and Is getting ready to have a
hog house built as he Is going Into
the hoe business this Spring.
Albert Moshbcrger and Harry Share
snent Monday evening at C. E. Smith a
Merle Jones went to Oregon City
Monday to meet his sister-in-law, Mrs.
Mary Jones snd daughter who have
been spending a week visiting old
frlenda at St. Johns.
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh C
Krum are congratulating them on the
birth of a nine-pound girl, born Feb-'
ruary 11. Mother and daughter doing
Mra. S. C. Alexander, who has been
quite sick, is improving.
J. H. Grahsm has a severe attack
of la grippe.
Mlsa Christie entertained fifteen
lady friends from Portland, and Mrs.
Virgil Clark, at a Valentine parry on
Saturday afternoon. Refreshments
were served and a pleasant hour was
enjoyed by all.
Mrs. Congiiff. f Courtney, enter
tained ten at dinner Sunday. Mr.
and Mrs. F. A. Rash and son, and Miss
Ethel Gray and Mr. Max Clark, of
Portland, were among the party.
Oak Grove, Jr defeated the Y. M.
C. A. bible class team Saturday even
ing. February II. In Green'a Hall.
Wednesday evening the Oak Grove
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 apeclal price for the
dally Issue, for a short time
only, where the subscriber pays
a year In advance.
By carrier, paid . a year In
mall, pal a year In ad
vance, $2.00. '
People who gave our canvas
ser a trial aubacrlptlon for one
or more months, at ten cents a
week, can have the dally dellv'
red for a year for $3 00 by
paying a year In advance.
People who gave our canvas
ser a trial subscription, by
mail, for four months at a dol
lar, may have the paper for a
year for $2.00, if paid a year In
to the Weekly
Enterprise may change their
subscriptions to the dally, re
ceiving credit for half time on
the- dally that the weekly la
patd tn advance: Whea they
Choose to add cash to tbe ad
vance payment equal to a full
year s advance pajrtneot tbey
may take advantage of the t$
We make this special price
ao Ibst people who have paM
In adrasjee aome other daily
and wlab to take tbe Morning
Bnterprtse, may ao mo w
too great axpenae,
Sealor Atktotk titak haw
the Christian Brothers' teavam of 1W
,; TUALATIN . HAlJX
W 14 aalto A Wlntf !m
Uy. . Unite a number of Vresj feir
tkh) TtsiBitr. t .: - ' ; ;
W are glad to hefcr tMt Orandau
Athey Is able te be ep once more.
The surprise party on Ray Bvuiav
baum laet Satarday, Ma lttb blrtMa.
waa a grand euoceae. Tbe . yoawg
folk played game) and some of tba
older onea played cards , until IS
o'clock, then there waa - a grand
spread, which every one enjoyed moat
heartily, and at 1 o'clock, bidding
their host goodnight, returned to their
homes, all declaring they had a fine
time. Those preaent were Mr. anal
Mra. Arthur Borland. Myrtle Borland,
Iva Borland, Walter Borland, Mr. and
Mra. Charlea Larson, Mrs. John Wan
ker. Nlmta Vanker, Gladya Wanker,
Ma bio Wanker, Vera Hhabber. Mia
Cella and Joe Kchuble, Violet Dtintu,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fettles and aon,
Mr. Miller, Mr. Fenders, Eltlea Athey.
Harry Borland, Miss Anna Schroder,
Miss Malma Schroder, Lottie Schro
der, Llddy Schroder, Ray Schroder,
William Elwood, Lucln Fegles, all of
Wants, For Sale, Etc
Notices under these classified heading
will 6 Inserted at one cent a word, flrt
Insertion, half a cent addition! Inser
tions. One tnch card. I per month; aan
Inch card. 4 llnesl II per iwmin
Ch must accompany order unleaa on
ha an open account with th paper. Ho
financial responsibility for errors; wher
errors occur free corrected notice will b
printed for patron. Minimum chars Ho.
VIVIA D-. ASHML'N will be at the
Electric Hotel Parlors Wednesday
and Thursday to teach Health,
Beauty and Art Ladlea call and
left her. '
WANTED One lady to canvaa this
city. Call on Vlvla D. Aahmun ax
Electric Hotel Parlor Wednesday
afternoon. . '
WANTED Small advertisements for
this column. Prices very reason
able. See rates at head of column.
FOR 8ALE 8lx pigs, six weeks old;
also two brood sows. Inquire or u.
M. May,' opposite Harris' sawmill.
FOR 8ALJ5 1 span of mares and har
ness, weight 2300. age 9 years.
Price $250. Phone or address J. K.
Malloy, Beaver Creek.
FOR SAL All furniture of private
rooming house, best location In Ore
gon City. House doing fine busi
ness. Cheap If taken Immediately.
Address G. W Care Enterprise. .
FOR SALE House, two lots, tent on
frame, "and other improvements.
Price $250. Rev. Harvey Buck, Nob
Hill, Oregon City.
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR.
HARRY JONES Builder and General
Contractor. Estimates cneertuliy
given on all class of building
work, concrete walks and reinforced
concrete. Re. Phone Main 111.
O. D. EBY, Attorney-at-Law, Money
loaned, abstracts furnished, land
titles examined, estatea settled, gen
eral law business. Over Bank of
U'REN A SCHUEBEL, Attorneys-et-Law,
Deutacher Advokat. will prac
tice In all courta. make collections
and aettlements. Office In Enter
prise Bldg., Oregon City. Oregon.
DR. t G- ICE, DENTIST Rooms 4,
6 and 6 Beaver building. Main 8L,
Oregon City. Phonea: Home A-19S
and Pacific Statea 1221.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY L.OANED We are acquaint
ed with thes value of all farm lands
In Clackamaa County and can loan
your money on good aafe aecurlty.
Farm loana made one. two and three
yeara at 7 per ceDt Abstracts of
title examined. DJMlCK DIMICK,
lawyers, Andresen Bldg., Oregon
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
V. R. HYDE, Abstract Office
Land tltlee Investigated, conveyan
cing, notary public.
Room 7. Barclay Bldg., Oregon City.
75 acre tract good land, no rocks, .5
miles from Oregon City, 1 miles
from O. W. P. car line. Good fruit
land. Cut Into 7 and 14 acre tracts,
$100 to $225 per acre. Kaquirw at
D. K. BUI Co., Room K Bearer
Bldg., Oregon City. ,.
E. H. COOPER, For Flra insurance .
and Real Estate. Let us hand!)
yonr propertle we buy, sail aM
exchange. - Office in tatrptia'
Bldg., Oregon CUy, Oregon. . ..
l I .iw-i " " ' s- .1 i I ' as .t.y
FRKYTAO A 8 W AFFORD, Real K ft
tat Dealers, have choice bargains
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homes, good fruit lands and poultry
ranches. Sea ua for, good buys
Near 8. P. depot ' .
SECOND HAND FURNITURE.
MANY TIMES you can bay Just to) , ,f
article you want. Just aa good as
new, at a amall fraction of Jfk. ;
or new. If you go and see TOOTT. j
tbe second hand man. His mfflafr v
tloa contalna NeWiW 8eoon4an 4
Furniture, Hardware. Trjoat faWoe,
etc. 8e him; It oosts notbrng" ft,Tr
41 1 abate tttwaja MbaninuV Ma.
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