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MORNING ENTERPRISE. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1911.
......... n of Clarkea, In tbU
J? on bu.ln.a- Thursday.
. i) utmirette made a bualneee
Jd" to Hnlom on Wednesdsy.
in l i'r ""
t .Hhfl. of Canemah, mov.d to his
Junta"' homestead on IhursJsy.
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Vw lt 'ki lf"l0-
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1 nn hiialnaaa
Thur.(iy. . - - ...
lit iirriiiu j ..- -...
pr (ieorge ! -'"""'t v'-
..u'inii.. Oregon City.
. Coin arrived from Eetacad.
-k.re he I" ""' i
i.wi tha r'ommerciai Club bail
'aM' l... .( tha IHi.rh Hall
... ...i.. iiilliiwill. of Gladstone
" -ivhii ii surplae Wednesday night
l a score of her girl friend at her
... i it.. i dir. There wee a very
Uliivahla evening spent with games
ajld Bill"" ' '. -
t the clone of a very pleasant event
County Brbool Huparintenaeni uary
,, culled I" Salem last night to aa-
Liit In ill" p"" " -
rlrlnf County Huperwitmaenia ana
nihrrn raise 1,1 "lr5r- th S'owl
HuDorlriK'iKli-nt receive but a 100 a
p "1 ,.. in ue that hi salary
r . malarial raise and atlll
i.d u- -.'- ; ... .
OA ylll'l" 'a'1" " " "i"
.. CI,..,. iniera. of Stafford, was
lo Oregon '"y on bualneaa Tburaday.
.... ..,.. i jinhener. of Clackamaa
rounty. wm In thla city on Tburaday.
it Harrlaon. draftsman at
L Willamette Tulp Paper Co, la
iffirlng from an auaca 01 grip.
Mr. A. II Heedle. grower on Lowar
.......i t,aa iMian wreatllnc with
i mean run,, of the grip for tb paat
week, but U better.
Mtnter Murlon Miller, tha Uttl aon
at Mr and Mrs. flatph Millar, has bn
ilrk the f'w Ay wUn "rtou"
ittark of winter dysentery.
Meurs. Vila". Bheahan and Pua
ir from among tbe men of prominence
U lhe WIHaoiette Pulp Paper Co.,
vers MueiiKrs on the evening train
MIm Olca McClure, alenographer
or U'Rn Bchuebel. who baa bean
rery 111 fr the at 10 weeVa In tbe
:,ood gainarlian lloapltal with typhoid
i-Ter, l now able to sit up. and will
probably be removed to her borne on
Jundiy. - -
ROOSEVELT TO Pf AK.
EUGENK, Or Keb. !. Theodore
oorll will MH'sk at the tTntversltr
M Oregon oo April 8. ' A telegram re
Mt4 yenlerday from the ei-Preal-
lent. stales th'ar If arrangements can
L made to atop hla train long snough,
Whlla pasnlng the Oregon campus, he
bill speak from tbe rear or hi car to
Hewitt Does the climate agree
lib your fef Jawett That's mora
in Id eipert of any cIlmate-Tbe
LE ROY OSBORfJ MUSICAL COMEDY Hi
STEUKDTTIISr KESETnKfEID) AFJIID
NEW BUSCH HALL
(Continued from page 1.)
A. Kuppenbendar. Mr. and Mrs. J. n
lluinphrys, Mr. and Mrs. John Kluley,
mr. a.iu tin, it. a. uay, Mr, and Mrs.
A. n. Wllmot, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Col
Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Howell. Mr ...a
MrsJohn Adama, Mr. and Mrs. John
J. Tobln, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Kvans
Mr. and Mrs. Thomaa Myers, Mlaa
Mr. and Mra. O. D. Kby, Mr. and
Mra, Dtisna Ely, Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
Warner, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Chapman,
I If. Klrrhetn, K J. Caufleld. Mr. and
Mrs. It. 8. Mount, Mrs. A. B. Howard,
lr. T. J. Fo. Mlas lllx. Dr. Clyde
Mount, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fortune,
Mra. MCiauainnu, I'arcy Caufleld, J.
B. Waiey, II. Avlaon, M. J. Iwiielle, Mr.
and Mra. r. C. (Jadke, h. E. Gardner,
Mr. and Mra. John r. Clark, Mr, and
Mra. J. IC. Beeley, Joaepb Juatln, Mlas
Clara Fields. Miss Agnes Juatln, Mr.
and Mrs. J. a Uarretaon, T. F. Meeoh.
Mlaa Edith Jackson, Mlaa Aletha Jack
ion. Dr. and Mrs. K I Pkkens. Mlas
Irene Moore, Mlas Ilarrlat Cochran,
Mlaa Anita McCarver, Mlaa Nan Coch
ran, Mlaa Mlna Kelly. Mlse Mota
Harding, Mlas Bess Kelly, Mlas Mary
Ellen ljhu. Mlas Iteryl liOng, Mlas
Edns Caufleld. MUa Froat, Mlas Anne
Midlrm, of Portland. Mlas Joal Cur
run, Mlaa Anna Alldrediie, Mlas Edith
Alldredge. Mlas (Ms Harclay Pratt,
Mian Dollle Pratt. Mlas Bedonla Shaw,
Mia Eva Alldredge, Mlas Nora Han
irin. Mlas Minnie Itakel. Mlaa Helen
Dnulton, Mlas Ileas Doulton.
M.Lan.4.. Mrs.JL-IL-llunUey, Mr.
and Mra. Henry O'Malley, Mr. and
Mrs. J. P. Keating, of Portland, Mrs.
Nleta Harlow Mwrence, Mrs. U Ituo-
onlch, Jr., Mr, and Mrs. M. I). I-atour-ette,
Mrs. C. I). Latourette, Mra. If.
C. Htevens, Mr. and Mrs. E.. O. Cau
fleld, Mr. and Mra. Don James, Mr.
and Mra. Joseph Meyer, Mr. and Mrs.
(1. II. Dlmlck, Dr. and Mrs. George
lloeye. Mrs. Annette Haas, Mr. anj
Mra. Joeaph Hraendl, Mr. and Mra. J.
E. Iledgea , -,
Mr. and Mra. E. f . Avlaon, Dr. and
Mra. C. If. Melaaner, William Avlaon,
Mr. and Mra. Charlea H. Noble, Mr.
and Mrs. Caddell, Mr. and Mrs. F. C.
Miller, Oacar Woodfln, Mr. and Mra
Frank Ituach. Mr. and Mra. J. Levitt,
Mr. and Mra. F. T. Barlow. Mr. and
Mra. M. D. Telford. F .C. Preuachoff,
Roy Young, Harry Young, Fred A. .Mil
ler, Milton Prlca. Mr. and Mra. Irving
T. Ran, Mra. J...W. Norrla, Mr. an J
Mra. u May, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Latourette,
of Portland, Mr. and Mrs. A. Price,
Mlas Anne Tolpolar, Wlaa Etna Pets-
old, Mla Ileas Warner, Mlas Hazel
Tooze, Frank, John and Eddie Ilusch,
Herman Kakel, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Ballabury, Mrs. Frank Foraberg, Rol
and Foraberg. Mlas Kathryn Blnnott,
M. J. Ijkzelle, Mr. and Mrs. W. A.I
Hhewman, Mrs. Clint Rutherford, Mra
Agnes M. Bllver. Mlas Esther Levitt.
Earl Lutz, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ran
dall, 'Mrs, M. C. Strickland, Mlaaes
Tlllle and Ida Meyer. Frank Koenlg,
Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Phillips. Mlaa
Maude Warner, Roswell U Holman,
Mis Edna Holman, Miss Ethel Cau
fleld. IJvy Btlpp, Forbea Pratt. Harry
Draper. E. E. Iirodle, Norwood Char
man, Dr. F. J. Zlegler, of Portland,
Mra. Augusta Warner, Percy Caufleld,
R. W. Drown. Mr. and Mrs. E. P.
Ra"has.1tr. and MrsrE. C. Baker. Mr.
and Mra. Henry Wetxler, Mr. and Mrs.
R. C. Ganong, Mr. and Mrs. E. J.
Daulton, Dr. and Mra. U A. Morris,
W. L. Mulvey, Mlas Margaret Mulvey,
Commencing Sunday Afternoon
Frank Jaggar, Miss Jaggar, George
Randall, Mrs.Chas. !(. Caufleld, Mr.
and Mrs. John U. Lewthwalte. Miss
Mona King, Mlaa Elaine King, C. A.
Bcbram. Mlas Wynn Hanny, Mlaa
Merle Keck, Charles Parker, Mr. and
Mrs. George Habklns, Roy, Armstrong,
Mlaa Bertha Konrner, Mlas Iva Har
rington, Mlas Wava Harrington, Mr.
and Mrs. . J. Hood. Mrs. Mag Hoi
lack, Dr. Murdy, of Canby, Steve
Chamber, L. Noble, Jr.,,0. C. Miller,
Mlas Rosa Miller, Mlaa, Clara Miller,
Mlas M. Gibbon. ,
Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Ice, Mlas O. Kel
ly. Mlas Helen Chamberlain, IJoyd
Bmlth, Waldo Caufleld, Frank Rotte,
II. Wetzler, James W(Md, Mlas Chris
tabel Jewett, mn. W. II. Iwton. Mrs.
A. B. King. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. H.
Hamson, Mlas Ada Iledwell, W. H.
Howell, Mlas Pearl Barde, B. Uarde.
of Portland. Mrs. Henry Thompson,
Mlas Anna Shannon, Mr. and Mrs. F.
Greenmsn, William Kennedy, Miss
Volcbumar, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hen
nlngaen, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Byrnes,
J. W. Partlow, Mlas Maude Nelaon,
Alvln IJndahl. Mlaa Nellie Blnkley,
Adolph Neu, of Portland, Arthur Todd,
Mlas Nell Todd, H. U Kelly
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. 8llco, Mr. and
Mrs. C. White, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
VanOrden, C. A. White. II. 8. Moody,
Mrs. William R. lxigus, Mrs. Rosins
Fouts, Mlas Hazel Francis..
Invited to Speak It the Next Congre
County School Superintendent Gary
Is a member of the Congregational
Brotherhood and takes an Interest In
all brotherhood matters, whether In
connection with the brotherhood with
which he Is affiliated or not. Mr.
Gary was called to Balein on legis
lative matters Thursday, and before
going he was asked to while there In
vite Governor West to come to Oregon
City and speak at a Brotherhood meet
ing In the near future.
The Governor will be Invited to
come at the next regular meeting, but
If he cannot come at that time he
will be asked to aet the date when be
can coiae, and then the Congregational
Brotherhood will conform Ita plans to
the spare time of the Governor.
Governor West Is a very Interesting
speaker and If he electa to come will
undoubtedly add greatly to the Inter
eat on the occasion that be may grace
with bis presence.
QUILTING BEE HELD.
Home of Mrs. James Burgess Given
Over to the Paatlme.
On Wednesday evening Mrs. James
Burgess gave an old fashioned quilting
bee at ber home on Clackamaa
Heights. A bounteous dinner was
served, and a good time enjoyed. It
waa an event which will be long; re
membered by those attending.
Those present were, Mrs. Alex
Brown, Mrs. Charles IJveaay, Mrs. A.
Q. Kinder, Mrs. II. Rambo, Mrs. J.
Aldrlch, Mrs. Edna Aldrlch, Mrs. J. J.
DePord, Mra. A. Klttenhouae, Mrs. A.
Fleming, Mrs. George Ma no, Mra. 1.
Moore, Mra. C. Smith, Mra. M. L.
Bhortlldge, Mrs. George Bhortlldge,
Mrs. Julia Roberts, Mrs. J. W. Mo
Anulty, Mrs. Jamea Burgess, Miss
Genevieve Aldrlch, Miss Mary Burgess.
Bert Kent, of Woodburn, waa In
Oregon City Thursday, having come
here on business, and before returning
home visited hla rot her. John Ient,
of Para place.
Mrs. Jamea Goodpasture, of Port
land, spent Thursday In Park place
with an entire change of
program three times a
week Sundays, Thursdays,
Beautiful Costumes. Big
Chorus of Pretty Gi rls. Ex
celent Principals. Funny
Singing and Dancing every
thing to make you happy.
Saturday and Sunday 1st 7, 2nd 8, and 3rd 9 o'clock
Wednesday 1st 7:30, 2nd 9 o'clock
Saturday 3:00 Sunday 2:30
Children 15c Adults 20c
ANY SEAT IN THE HOUSE
TENDERLOIN DISTRICT WANTED.
BUTTE, M6nt., Feb. 16. Petitions
seeking the re-establUhment of tbe
tenderloin district, abollabed recently
lo this city by Mayor C. P. Nevln, were
presented to tbe City Council last ev
enlng. They were signed, by the laad
Ing business men and bankers of
MUSICAL COMEDY AT ELECTRIC
The Electrle Theatre will change
Ita policy next Sunday, Feb. 18, from
moving plcturea to musical comedy.
The management has arranged for
the LrRoy E. Oaborn Musical Comedy
Co. to play musical comedy for an In
definite period. This company comes
well recommended and Is well known
In the Eastern States and part of the
Pacific Coast. They Just cloned a five
weeks engagement In Vancouver,
where they established a good reputa
tion. . .
Manager Oaborn will change his pro
gram three times a week, giving an
entire change of program Sundays,
Tuesdays and Fridays. This company
has a large chorus of beautiful girls,
In which they demonstrate to you ap
proved beautiful songs and dancea.
Manager Osborn has with blm two
of Oregon City 'a favorites Miss Ma
mie llaslam and Walter Siegfried,
who are playing the leading roles.
Miss Marguerite Doyle, who haa played
characters for the LeRoy Oaborn Mu
sical Comedy Company for the paat
two seasons, has established g great
reputation, and Is known as one of
the best character women on the
Coast. Her make-up and work Is a
We might mention' that this Is a few
of the many excellent features of the
company, which will make Its Initial
bow to the Oregon City theatre goers
on next 8unday afternoon.
Oregon City has always wanted mu
sical comedy and at last the propri
etors of the Electric hnve secured an
excellent organization to occupy, the
stage of their play house. Capable
principals, funny wmedlans, pretty
girls, excellent dancera, all go to make
a good company and tbe patrons are
assured of at least geetlng what Ore
gon City has wanted for a considerable
time A GOOD. CLEAN. REFINED
MT8ICAL COMEDY. Manager Osborn
guaranteea tbe public there will be
nothing seen or done that will mar the
most refined taste. The prices will
be popular and tbe performance will
be the equal of anything of its kind
on the Coast.
Miss Helen Murray spent eome day
last week visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Cbaa. Tooie, of Gladstone.
Mrs. Aubrey Woods returned from
Oregon City on Friday, where she had
been attending the teachers' examina
tions. " '
Potato raisers from San Jose, CaL,
were In Wllsonvllle last Monday, buy
ing fancy seed potatoes.
- Eva and Mae Baker apent Saturday
and Sunday at home.
Mrs. Norrls Yoirog had quite a alege
of la grippe last week.
Prof. Bethnme, of the local school,
attended the teachers' examinations
In Oregon City last week.
Alison Baker returned from a trip
to Jhe county aeat last FOday. - -
Mr. Lowry was In Wllsonvllle on
business Thursday and Friday of last
Ira Seely went to Newberg on Mon
day, returning the same day.
John Butson apent some time In
Portland last week on real estate busi
Real estate business Is getting live
ly in our Tillage since fair weather.
The blgb winds of Monday twisted
the telephone wlras again, and most
people on tbe line "Ware cat off from
Mrs. Chalupsky, who baa been very
111, la Improving slowly under the
splendid nursing of her sister. Miss
The buyer for the Southern Oregon
Commission Co. waa In Wllsonvllle
for some dnya last week buying pota
Henry Beck man was Installed as
president of the M B. A. lodge at the
first meeting In January.. Mr. Beck
man has bea a very enthuslaatlc
member, and will doubtless keep this
growing lodge up to a blgb degree of
excellence. Mr. Darby was Installed
as secretary, and bla splendid busi
ness ability makes blm well fitted for
Jake Peter, Mrs. Lawrence, Mrs.
Toung, Mr. Darby, Matt Baker and
hi family of boy have been among
the residents near our village afflicted
with the grip.
Many Wllsonvllle people were in
attendance at the funerals of Melnt
Peters and Henry Elllgson at Stafford
The St. Valentine Ball, given by the
membera of the dancing club, at the
M. B. A. ball on Saturday evening,
waa much enjoyed by those who at
tended. A road meeting for district No. 32
was held In tbe Pleasant Hill school
bouse on Tuesday afternoon at two
o'clock to discuss the best way of
building roads to accommodate the
farmers of the community;
Melnt K. Peters, who died at tbe
family borne at Stafford last Tuesday
evening, wa one of the progressive
German farmers, who with tbelr en
ergy and skill have been such great
factors In the development of this
country. He was the father of our
highly respected townsman, Jake
Peters, and to thla noble aon, aa well
a to the widow; and other member
of the family, we extend our heart
felt sympathy In their sad bereave
ment. Henry Elllgson, who died on last
Tuesday morning at Stafford of quick
consumption, waa always greatly ad
mired by bis host of friend on -ac
count of bis bappy, Jovial disposition.
The funeral was largely attended by
tbe numerous friends of tbe deceased
and the M. B. A. lodge of Wllson
vllle attended In a body. Performing
tbe ritualistic work of the order T3T
a very creditable manner. The floral
offerings were numerous and hand
some, paying tribute to the memory
of one beloved by bis many friends.
Mr and Mra. J. A. Johnson have
been" quite 111 for some time, and Mra.
Johnson Is still confined to her bed.
Dr. Mount, of Oregon City, Is In at
tendance. Mia Lillian Weaterfleld. of Jonet
Mill, and Mra. Meredith, were among
those who have visjted at the school
during the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Roberts enjoyed
a, visit from Mr. and Mra. Silas F.
Scripture, of Oregon City, on Sunday.
Mr. Glenn 8eeley, of Meld rum, baa
returned borne from a two months'
visit with bis grandparents at Sum
1 . .Mr. H. H. Emmons returned. from
laano on Baiuraay wnere nis Duainesa
Itereats called blm for the past week
and on Sunday was accompanied by
Mrs. Emmons when they spent the
day at "Stone Gables."
Already a numoer of Portland peo
ple are planning to spend the sum'
mer at thla place. Mr. and Mr
Cushlng will occupy "Buena Vista" on
the banks of the Willamette, and will
come out from Portland April 1.
Mr. J. P. Jeager and son, of Port
land, were callers at the Lodge on
Mr. and Mra. Rlcketta and family,
of Portland, visited wltb the L Wil
cox family the first of tbe week.
Mr. John Richards, of Oregon City,
waa a caller at tbe Lodge on Tuesday
Miss Fern Hart accompanied the
Misses Edna and Lillian Weaterfleld
borne on Friday and waa a week end
guest at their borne.
Mrs. Dill, of Yamhill, arrived last
week to spend a fortnight wltb ber
daughter, Mrs. C. P. Morse and will
also visit with friends at Portland Khd
Highland before ber return borne.
- Miss Robinson, of Portland, baa vis
ited at tbe home of Mr. and Mrs. a
D.-Bordman during the paat week.
Mr. Isiah Shenefleld conducted the
prayer meeting on Thuraday evening,
which waa one of tbe moat profitable
onea held this year. Thq Sunday
school lesson waa taken up and these
lessons In Old Testament history are
especially Interesting when taken up
In this way. All are cordially Invited
to meet on Thursday, February. 16,
when the next weekly prayer meeting
Mlaa Bronte Jennings, of Wichita,
and sister Miss Florence, of Portland
were visitor at the T." J. Spooner
home on Thursday.
Mrs. Hugh Hoberta and little Hal
mer were among the guests who were
delightfully entertained at the borne
of Mra. Frank Boardman In Gladstone
when cover were laid for six at a
very prettily appointed Dutch lunch
eon on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hampton have
come out to their cottage to remain
durine the summer.
Two of our families will move from
the Lodge during thla week. Mr. and
Mra. Klrmse have decided to locate
In Portland, and Mr. and Mra. Ed
Smith will move east of Oregon City.
Mr. Waldron haa lumber for his
new home and Messrs. Wilcox and
Rusaell commensed the building of
th house on Wednesday. During the
Mk Mr. H. C. Palnton completed a
drilled well for Mr. Waldron on bis
orooerty on the corner of Jennings
avenge and the uouniy roaa.
Mr. nohlman. who has been a visi
tor at the home of Mr. and Mra. Cbaa.
Redmond during tbe last week, has
returned to his home in uaurornia.
Amonr those who have been enjoy
In a delightful visit wltb the Hugh
McGovern family are Mr. Miller; of
Montana, Jamea McOovern, or rort-
land. Mr. McGovern, of Bponane, ana
C. L. Smith, of Laconnera, wasn.
Messrs. Shelby 8haver and Wen
dall 8mlth attended the Valentine
party given at the Congregational
rhurch In Oregon City on Monday
evening. Shelby and Wendall are
membera of the Lambda Club, whicn
gave the social and they prealded
over the candy boom.
Mra. Campbell, of Mt. Tabor, win
visit a few day wltb her mother,
Mra. T. C. Rice.
Mr. and Mr. Jamea Welch. Mr. and
Mra. Rent and Mr. Halleck. who have
summer homes at thla place, have
taken ap tbelr realdence here and wa
are Indeed pleased to have tbem wltb
Mr. Alex GUI I grading on the
riverfront property of H. H. Em mona,
preparatory to the building of two
summer cottagea which tbey . wll
build to rent.
Tbe Pastime Club, bf Meldrum, was
delightfully entertained at the borne
of Mrs. Cbaa. Hani on Monday.
Dainty and delicious refreshments
were served to th ten member pres
Miss Helen Palnton attended tbe
Lincoln day exercises at the 8blvely
opera house on Sunday afternoon.
Mr. 11. H. Emmons, who contem
plated an Eastern trip when she ex
pected to visit In Buffalo and New
York City, has' been Indeflnately post
poned, as her brother, Mr. Newton
who she waa to vlalt waa unexpected
ly called to bla business Interests In
tbe Burmuda Islands.
Rer. Emmel, of Mllwaukle. was a
business caller at tbe Lodge on Wed
Mr. McClure, a commercial photo
grapher of Portland, baa decided to
sell bis pretty riverfront property at
thla place, which Is beautifully located
between Jennings avenue and the
Miss Esma Newell visited wltb ber
brother, Edwin Newell, of Portland,
on Wednesday. ,
Wants, For Sale, Etc
Notices ondrr thea claaalflad haadtnea
will be Inwrted at on cent a word, first
Insertion, half a cent additional i Inaar
tlons. One Inch card. II per month; half
Inch card. (4 lines) II per month.
Caah munt accompany order unk-a one
ku an open account with tha paper. No
financial responsibility for errors; where
errors occur free corrected notice will be
printed for patron. Minimum chars Ho.
WANTED Nursing to do by practical
nurse. Address 1207 Main SU or
WANTED Small advertisements for
thla column. Pricea very reason
able. See ratea at bead of column.
FOR 8ALE Six plga, aix weeks old;
also two brood sows. Inquire of O.
M. May, opposite Harris' sawmill.
FOR 8ALE 1 span of mare and bar
ness, weight 2300, age 9 years.
Price $250. Phone or address J. E.
Malloy, Beaver Creek.
LOST SUNDAY, . PRETTY white
Spits dog, answers to name of "Opb
lr." Anyone leading to recovery of
same, rewarded by owner, Mrs.
Henry Shannon. Leave at William
Estes' store. " , i
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR.
HARRT JONES Builder and General
Contractor. Estimates cheerfully
given on all classes of building
work, concrete walks and reinforced
concrete. Rea. Pbone Main 111.
O. D. KBY, Attorney-at-Law, Money
loaned, , abstracts rurnianed, land
titles examined, estates settled, gen
eral law business. Over Bank ol
IT REN BCHUEBEL, Attorneys-at-Law,
Deutscber Advokat, will prac
tice In all courta, make collections
and settlements. Office In Enter
prise Bids., Oregon City, Oregon.
DR. L. G. ICE. DENTIST Rooms t,
B and 6 Beaver building. Main St.
Oregon City. Phones: Home A-198
and pacific Statea 1221.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY LOANED We are acquaint
ed with the value of all farm lands
In Clackamaa County and can loan
your money on good aafe aecurlty.
Farm loana made one, two and three
vear at 7 per cent Abstracta of
title examined. DIMlCK ft DIMICK,
Lawyers, Andresen Bldg., Oregon
ABSTRACT8 OF TITLE.
V. R. HYDE, Abstract Oiflce
Land titles Investigated, conveyan
cing, aotary public.
Room 7, Barclay Bldg., Oregon City.
75 acre tract good land, no rocks, 3
mile from Oregon City, 1 miles
from O. W. P. car line. Good- fruit
lan". Cut Into 7 and 14 acre tracts,
$100 to $225 per acre. Enquire of
D. K. Bill &. Co., Room 9, Beaver
Bldg., Oregon Citv.
E. H. COOPER,. For Fir Insurance
and Real Estate. Let us handle
your properties w buy, sell and
exchange. Office In Enterprise
Bldg., Oregon City, Oregon.
FREYTAG t 8WAFFORD, Real Ea
tate Dealers, bave choice bargains
In farm lands, city and auburban
homes, good fruit landa and poultry
ranches. See as for good buys
Near S. P. depot
SECOND HAND FURNITURE.
MANY TIMES you can buy Just tbe
article you want. Just as good aa
new, at a small fraction of the cost
of new, If you go and see YOUNG,
the second band man. Hla collec
tion contains New and Second Hand
Furniture, Hardware, Toola, Curios,
etc. See blm; It cost nothing to
Notice of Application for a Vacation
of a Part of the Alley In Block No.
112 of Oregon City, Oregon.
Notice la bereby given that the
undersigned bave filed a pet It lor
' wltb the Recorder of Oregon City,
Oregon, aaklng for tbe vacation of
a portion of the alley In said block,
the same being a strip of land off,
and from the northwesterly aide of
said alley, and extending tbe length
of tbe aame through Block 112
aforesaid, and being between Madi
son and Jefferson streets, the aald
. strip of land to be vacated being
, on toot aad six Inch) wide; the)
aald application la now psndiag be
fore tk Council ef aald Oracoa
City, and will ooma p ior beajln;
'before aald Council on th lltb day
of March, 1911.
Oregon City. Oregon, , February
17. 1811. ...
, C. 8C HUE BEL,
J. U. IAN riE.LLt
A. E. FROST,
W. C. GREEN, Pra.
Board of Trustee, First Presbytery
Ownera of property abutting on
aald part of Alley to be vacated. It
Notice to Property Owner en Center
Street, Oregon City, Oregon.
To John W. Loder and Antoinette
You and each of you are hereby
notified that the undersigned have
been appointed appraisers of tbe
property hereinafter described lying
on Center street. Oregon City. Ore
gon, and subject to assessment for
tbe Improvement of said Center '
street and that tbe undersigned will
meet at the intersection of Ninth
street and Center street on the 28th
day of February. 1911, at 10 o'clock
a. m. for the purpose of viewing;
said property and estimating tbe
value thereof, and thla value la. to
be used aa a basis upon which to
estimate the proportion of the coat
of the improvement of aald Center
street aa tbe same 1 now being ln '
f That Tom P. Randall, J. E. Hed
ge and C. Schuebel were hereto
fore appointed to make thla ap
praisement and they, wltb tbe City
Engineer constituted tbe committee
for that purpose.
'"-Tbe property upon which the
value la to be fixed and tbe owner
thereof are aa follows, to-wlt:
Antlonette W. Stout, Lot 1, Block
41, Oregon City, Oregon.
Antlonette W. Stout, Lot 2, Block
41, Oregon City, Oregon.
John W. Loder, Lot 8, Block 62,
Oregon City, Oregon
Dated, Oregon City? Oregon, Feb
ruary 17. 1911.
TOM P. RANIML.U
J. E. HEfXJES,
- CHAS. 8. NOBLE.
It City Engineer.
Notice of Hearing of Washington
Notice la hereby given that the
apportionment of the cost of the
Improvement of Washington street,
Oregon City, Oregon, from the
southerly line- of 8econd street,
northerly to the southerly line of
Seventh street, baa been ascertained
and the proposed assessment baa
been apportioned and la now on file
in tbe office of the Recorder of aald
city and subject to examination.
Any objection to such apportion
ment that may be made in writing
to the City Council of aald Oregon
City and filed with the Recorder
thereof within ten 'days after the
first publication of this notice will
be beard and determined by the
Council before the passage of any
ordinance assessing the cost of aald
Tbe property assessed for aald Im
provement Ilea on both sidea of the
said part of Washington street Im
proved and between the line of lota
abutting on aald part of. Washing
ton street farthest from said part
of said Washington street and aald
part of Washington street.
This notice is published In tbe
Morning Enterprise, the. first pub
lication being February 17, 1911,
t th Council Chamber In Oregon
" City. Oregon, as the time and place
for passing on said objections.
2t . 1 STIPP, Recorder.
- Executor Notice.
Mrvilr. la herebv eiven that Alden
B. Graham, Arthur W. Graham, R. D.
Morrill and Wm. Anareaen nave nsen
appointed by the County Court of
Clackamas County, Oregon, executor
of the estate of John M. Graham, De
ceased. All personsaUnaving claim
against said estate are hereby required
to present tbe same, duly verified, to
Wm. Andresen, Executor, at 619 Main
street, Oregon City, Oregon, within
six months from the date of the first
publication of thla notice. Date of
first publication, January I7th, 1911.
Date of last publication, February 24,
ALDEN B. GRAHAM.
ARTHUR W. GRAHAM,
R. D. MORRILL,
WESTBROOK A WESTBROOK, Port
land, Oregon, Attorney.
411 Mala. Itwcc:4tk a Sib Ms.
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