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M0UN1N0 KN T E UPIU 8 K? FRI D A Y, FE BR tTAli Y 24, 1911.
It Wouldn't Pay to Advertise
A Poor Article -
Nor a proportion of doubtful merit or honesty for tdrudtri
n0jd4yi, sre DISCRIMINATING. 'They know values they know
oeNUINl thing, genuine opportunltl. 1
Any art'ol which can b sold by advertising la, by that tt, a
OOOO article. YOU art safe In buying a thing which haa Matood
th fir ' publicity." " -
Tho maker of a widely advertised article, or commodity, la si
, on trial for hie buelnete life. He cannot ehlrk, nor chaapon hie
product and thla le the beet poeslble protection for the consumer.
You are SAFE In buying advertised
nowadays business conditions.
uxi.fr Jnukor. ff Boring, was
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Knilre rlisnne program tonight at
Mm I'liync, of tcigiitetinin aireci,
Vbo Iiiim bwn rv ' "l,n ' ripim,
, .lowly improving,
violet. Die IHtl daughter of Mr. and
Vra inane purelful, residing oil 81a
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trenih arm mi"i" "' "y
twt your Ice from the Ice man
Electric Tlifre tonight. .
W. I llaynrs, of Portland, was In
itreK"" ' "y "" i""" iiiumiaj,
fcir llnyiies was arranging iu uiapuae
fcf a parcel of land lu this couuty.
rhcuter Mill, of Cauby, ouo f the
Imminent youug busllMuta meu of that
titr, hu baa lioen In this city on busl.
) fur tu days, returned to Cauby
Bust ol(t't. .
Cbarli llollliiKer, who haa been ou
mouth", vsratlon at Heat lie. Wash.,
jhis rfi iirin'it to Oregon City and re-
Lumetl hi position with the Huntley
Tb rt'iuenl and steel for the Fisch
ers til I II Jiriugf, arruaa turn v itar
k rerk, i driving dully and la nearly
lull on the ground It 1 expected, to
h.i It completed In two or three
finners Mid fruit ralsera are Join
ing the t'nlon fNt theae day, seven
luting paid In and taken out atock
btrtly. There" are hut few day
ficfl ami now I the time to get a
Whsro hU,iL J1'.L t 15.
Mrs Dave lluker, while going down
.t. I . . .. u I ha. hum vailjirdtv
' . ... .-...-.-'
mun niii hit- m vmni, j .
fchs slipped and fll. bdly injuring beiH
kilp and side. Hr. F. A. Stuart was
tunmnnrd, ami tne patient la resting
Ust nlKlit was pay night at the
Viilli and money waa changing band
fciors freely. . The postofflro was do
na a big business with the foreign
tlemciit In local society, money ordcra
ulng to otlii-r land with good cheer
u frlrmU l'ft Ix'hlnd.
The ltlues ami the Red of the Pre
IivterUu Rundav lu-liiMkl hava racelvad
ihrlr ukkh "catchers" and have gone
Jorfb to "garner the harvest." If you
jars thy of nlckles you want to dodge
Kuwo the side str-jt when you ao the
n or vlrla anifl-iuirhlna with a aua-
Iplrlous looking receptacle.
Th Ib'ta club oT the (Vingregatlunal
trhurrb will give" a bard-tlmea party
Friday evening tonight. The party
111 h held In the parlor of the
rhurrh, with a'amall admlsalon. Candy
and refn-Htimenia will be aerved. The
kirlsare In a race with the hoy in an
bffurt to raise money for the new
kiiaao In the Hunday school room.
Mrsars. J. 8. Young and R. R. Young
fxaiied through the city from Silver
nfl. Orexon, for the Madraa country
mtdncHilny. They were making the
ourncy overland, with team and wag
n. J. s Young recently aold hie 11 v-
fry In Hllverton while R. R. Young haa
a claim at Madraa that the brothera
Le Roy Osbosn
. MUSICAL COMEDY COMPANY
TO-NIGHT AND SAT. MATINEE AND MIGHT
OH YOU JEW
Mamie Haslam, In
l&foe Hoe Msia
EVERVTHINC DIFFERENT, NOTHING REPEATS
e ..'. ;
New Songs and New Dances
TWO SHOWS 7:30 and 8:45 15c, 20c
i , v ' .
See The Beautiful
PfflRE CtlAr;GE OF PR0GRAH AGAIN SUNDAY
things It'a the logic of
will Improve. They are brother of
George Young, the Main atreet second
hand furniture dealer.
Krank I'. Nelson Is building a neat
bungalow on hi lot In Gladstone, that
will make a nice home when once com
pleted. Tom Ilrown, whose fish market
burned Thursday afternoon, haa been
offi red counter room at Htrehlg'a meat
market for the. display and sale of frith
until such time aa he can open a suit
able market for himself.
There, were 12 4nen In the city pri
son Thursday morning, to have a
warm place to sleep. The Wlllifhiette
paper company wanted two men to go
to work In the mill yesterday morning
but not one would take a Job and go
John Anderson will be. glveu the
third degree In Odd fellow, secret
work- by the Gladstone lodge Monday
night. The lodKn Is playing close to
the cushion until such time aa the new
uniform arrive, when there will be a
loud nolMa mid by th Gladstone
The Oregon City Krult and Produce
Union waa given a consignment of
eggs Thursday. The t'nlon la havlug
good success In marketing Ita produce,
considering the fact that It has been
but a short time In the business of do
ing for member. A little competi
tion wljl be given local merchants a
la possible to properly conduct the
busluesa of the L'nkin.
PEOPLE POINTED OUT
City Attorney Story Is numbered
among-the- grip eufferero In-the city.
Mr. Albert Shannon la on a visit to
Urlenda In amaa Wash
Mr.. M. J. Ijuelle. secretary of the
Commercial Club, haa mean case of
Mrs. J. U. Pllabury a visiting her
slut or, &lrs. Mary Harlow for a few
day. i .
Mr. Charles Carlson, of IaConnor
Wash., ha arrived In Oregon City for
a visit with friend.
Mr. and Mra. K. U. Caufleld. who left
Baturday for their cottage at Beaalde,
returned to Oregon City laat night
Mr. I II. Warner, of Portland, waa
visiting friends In the city Wednes
day, guest of Mrs. K. Warner, who
Miss Ktta V. Ilarnea and brother,
Fted K. Ilarnea, of Wllsonvllle, were
In Oregon City Wednesday on legal
Mr. and Mr. Adam Wilkinson, who
have been making an extended atay In
Los Angeles. California, have returned
jo Oregon City.
Mis Mary Mitchell left Wednesday
afternoon for Sandy, where ahe will
visit with ber par elite, Mr. and Mrs.
8. O. Mitchell for two week.
Mr. J. H. Nlckerann, Gladstone In
surance man. I nick with the grip
and haa not been able to attend to
bualnes for several day. HI on,
Lloyd Nlckerann, I also numbered
among the grip victim of Gladstone.
- Mr .and Mra. D. a Abbott, of Clea.-
C. A. Lancaster
Creek. were In the city Tbursdajr en
route home from Portland, where they
witre In attendance at the wedding of
Clark roaring and Ml Hhlrley I'om
ry, two residents of the Rose City.
They report the event ae a very peas
ant social function, at which the young
people war glvtifl.n rousing atart on
their road In doulile harness.
DOESN'T COST YOU ANYTHING.
('(iino and see those beautiful Shirt
Walet In Holme' Window.
HIGH SCHOOLS GROW
FAST PAST TEN YEARS
GREAT JUMP FROM SIX IN
TO 150 IN THE YEAR
KIJGENR, Feb..-2J. The elate high
school system of Oregon has shown a
marvelous growth within the laat ton
years. There are now close to one
hundred fifty schools with work above
the eighth grade, against all In 1900.
Of the present number, elghty-elKht
have the fXjII four years' slate blgh
school course. These schools are ac
credited at the University, their grad
uates being admitted without exami
nation. In 1888 there was but one high
school In the state, which waa at Port
land. A aecond one was established
at Astoria In 1K!2, and a third at Med
ford In 1895, Kugene. Ilaker City and
Hajem rapidly followed with blgh
schools. The period of greatest growth
began when the University abolished
It preparatory academy in 1904. In
the succeeding four years the total
number of high schools Jumped to
about seventy, with thirty-one schools
offering the four yeara' course. Since
1908 the list of accredited schools has
trebled. . t
FOSTER TO" LECTURE.
PORTLAND, Or,, Keb. 23 Dr. Will
lam T. Foster, president of Reed In
stitute, will glv a lecture on .tb
plans, purposes and alms of this new.
educational enterprise now being op
ened in the southeast part of this city.
The lecture will be given under the
auspices 'of the Woodstock Improve
ment Club, at the Woodstock Meth
odist Church. Forty-fourth street and
Woodstock Hvenue thla evening at
7:30. - . ' . . -
Eugene Will Plant Rosea.
KUGKNK. Or.. Feb. 23.-Bugene will
have another rose-plautlng day thla
Spring, If . the plarTiCof the Ladles'
Auxiliary . of the Commercial Clnb are
carried out. Committees will be ap
pointed to arrange for thr exercises
which will take place one day during
the latter part of March or early Ap
ril The public schools will be aeked
to co-operate In the exerclseaaa they
did last year. .
NO VOTE TAKEN.
Friends of Larimer Able to Put Off
the Evil Day.
WASHINGTON. Feb. 23. (SpD
No vote wag taken on the Loiimer
matter in the Senate today, nor waa It
lKaslble to fix a time for auch a -rote.
There seems to be much beeltancy on
the part of other Senators to want to
face the music.
EXTRA SESSION PROBABLE.
Claim Made That Appropriation Bills
Llksly to Fall.
'WASHINGTON, Feb. 23. (SpU
It seems Impossible for the President
to escape calling a apeclal aesslon of
Congress. It look a now aa If the ap
propriation bills will fall', making auch
a move ' Imperative. ' Reciprocity is
blamed with the condition.
BREAKS CAR WINDOW.
C. D. Shumaker Causes Trouble Com
ing From Portland en Midnight Car
C. D. Shumaker waa arrested and
locked up In the city prison aa he
alighted from the midnight car from
Portland Thursday night. He was
very much Intoxicated and caused
trouble much of the way from the city,
and when asked to keep quiet became
more troublesome and finally broke
one of tbe large windows In the car.
When he alighted from the car he
waa taken In hand by Officer Cooke
on complaint entered by the conduc
tor. He professed to be quite drunk
and the officer had to almost carry
him to prison. But when the officer
released him to unlock the jail he
made a break for liberty and gave
Officer Cooke a lively chase.
When captured he was locked up
and the conductor made arrange
ment to appear at 3 o'clock and file
charge against him. He will be giv
en a hearing on the charge of drunk
eness before Recorder Stlpp.
PARTY AT MAQONE PARK.
Young People From Portland Bring
Baskets and Hava a Good Time.
Ml Harriet Harlow. Mlsa Madeline
Groh, Mlsa Edith King. Mis Margaret
Hawkins; Mcssra. Mellla Hamlin,
Kenneth Roblnnon, Paul Adams, of
Portland, and Thomns Slnnott, of thla
city, formed a party that went to Ma-
gone Park on Washington' Birth
day, where they enjoyed a luncheon
prepared by the young ladle.
The party waa chaperoned by Mra.
Hawkins, and' a most enjoyable time
waa t nent. The party returned to this
city from the park on the electric car
on the Weat Side, and visited the pa
per'mllls. After spending the remain
dor of. tbe afternoon in sightseeing
the party ileft on the 7 o clock car for
their Portland homes. -
Given Surprise By Friends.
Miss June Scott was aurprlsed Tues
day evening at her home at 1224 Third
atreet by a number of frlenda. - A
pleasant evening waa apent and re
freshments were ervcd by Mr. E. W.
Scott and Ml Gertrude Fairclough.
Thoae present were Virginia Shaw,
Ellen Grace, Harriett and Dessle Mil
ler, Evelyn Williams, Alice Holman,
Lucille Evan, Irwin Evan, Kent
Moody, Robert nestle, Albert and Orln
Miller. George Rooae and Claire Mil
. K. of P.'s at Baptist Church.
The K. of P, lodge ba accepted an
Invitation to attend aervtce at the
Baptist church Sunday evening, Feb
ruary 29. The service will bs com
memorative of Oeorg Washington and
hla life and the sermon by Rev. Hay
worth will be appropriate to the oc
casion. There will be good musio and
n effort put forth to make it s profit
able evening to thoae who are pleased
A New Settlement
And I low It Came to v
By CAROLINE A. TRITP
Copyright by American prsis Asso
There were portions of the wild and
woolly west or what wis formerly
tbe wild and woolly west for' tbe
liken mantle of civilization Is fust
spreading over tbe. whole landwhere
tbe dividing llurTt weiii honesty nud
dlsboueaty was not distinctly marked.
The privation were great, and mauy
of the people found it difficult to rauke
a living. .There was no law to keep
the honest separated froiu tbe dlsbou
est, aud till alou tended to obliterate
tbe dividing line.
One day two plainsmen went to
land office to enter some land. While
there one of them told the following
"Last week," be sold, "me and Josh
ws movln toward the mountings on
a proiectlug trip. We bud two good
rldln' bosses and a pack boss. One
day we fouud a fine cumplu' ground
beside a stream wuur the trout was
jlst jumpln' outen the water to be
ketched, ami we concluded to rest that
a couple o' days. Fo we pitched our
tent and got out our cookln' kit and
calc'lated to spend tbe time like na
bobs. "The next afternoon, when we was
lay In' off smoklu' our lies, we saw s
couple o' meu comln' outen the timber
on the crick. Ketihin' sight of us, the
turned at fust, but we hollered to 'em
to come on, and they Jlued us. They
was youngish chape, neither or m
havlu' ,j-lt growed a buurd. We of
fered 'em the demljoh'n, but they didn't
seem to rellHh liquor much; niebby
they wasn't old enough to bare
learned. We offered 'em plies, but
they didn't seem Inclined to smoke
They told us they was in camp In
a patch of timber a ways down the
crick) and after stayln' awhile with us
they went away.
'What d'ye s'pose them kids Is a -do-In'
over yeref says Jimh when they
"They're boss thieves,' I says.
"'Hoes thieves. They don't look
nutbln' lfte hoes thieves.'
IJIte enough they belong to aor.u
family a 1 mighty hurd up. and 'iit
only way for slch In this yere !:, 'ry
to make a haul 1 to run off bn aell
'em and stock up. We'll pl u-et the
stock strong tonight, fur It's m. opin
ion those "young fellers 'II try to stam
pede 'em.' . . " "
"We made everything as fast a we
could. The moon was full, and the
country was lit up like day. Me and
Joah smoked till nenr 9 o'clock. It
must 'a' tieen, then turned In. We win
awakened by bearin' the stock nishln
this way and that way trylu' to break
tbe rope, end we heard whoop like
Indians, only they was more like
qnaws and papooses than' bucks.
Then come shots. The bosses waa
nigh craty with fright, but we bad tied
'em so strong they couldn't get away.
" 'Josh,' 1 says, says I, tnem young
felfer 1 doln' whst I said they'd do.
Get your gun and let'a go for 'em.'
"'I don't want to kill a boy fur a
hoss,' aald Josh, 'especially if he's
. ." 'Well, we can't lot 'em do what
they like with our property. Come
"We lit out to whar the sounds come
from, and the first thing the kid
knowed we waa right on 'era. They
run, and we chased 'em. One of 'cm
tripped and fell. I sat on him watte
Josh chased the other and after
bard run brought him In. We took
'em to camp and in order to frighten
'em told 'em we was goln to bang 'em
to tbe limb of a tree,
"They knowed well enough that'
what done to bos thlevee. and they
believed we was In earnest. What
d'ye a'poee they did. They begun to
cry. This five us such contempt fur
'em that I say to Joah, says I:
" 'Slch snlvelln' yonnkers oughtn't to
be 'lowed to live. They'll never make
men, and the women'wouldn't have 'em
around. Let'a string. 'em up shore.'
"Then one of 'em aald. wrlngtn' Ills
hands: 'We hain't men; we're gals.
Our folk la starvtn' over thar, and
we tried to git yer stock to aell 'em
and git aomepln fur the children.'
"Me and Josh looked at each other.
'I be dogKoned.' say I. If ever I aw
Ich hosa thieves before. What luck
we didn't shoot at 'eml
" 'I told you,' says Josh, 'I wouldn't
like to kill one of cm.'
"We give up the tent to 'cm and the
blankets and mudo 'em aa comfort
able as could, nnd Josh and I built
a flro and lny down by It for the rest
o' tho night. Next raornin' we give
'em a fine brenkfuxt ov hard tack and
bacon washed down with coffee. Then
we told 'em we'd go and see what we
could do fur their folk. We found
Jlst what the gnls shUI we'd find. There
wor three families In a mighty bad
way not only rur rooa. uui otner
"When the enls got on their own
clothe they was good lookln', and 1
offered to mnrry one If Joah'd marry
t'other and settle down and take care
of the hull crowd, see'n' there warn't
no men among 'cm, tbe men bavin'
been killed off either by Indian or fur
hosa atealtn'. Josh agreed, and we
flipped up fur fust choice. Joh won
It, but I didn't keer, since they was
both fine gnta. '
"We axed 'em if they'd agree to our
plan, and they said they didn't aee
how they could help themselves. "
"We JuRt been married, and were
goln' to. make a settlement on this land
we're squatted on.".
Put Yourself in the
When you write your classified
ad or any kind of an ad try to
Include In it Just the Information
you'd like to find If you were an
ad-reader and were looking for an
ad of that kind. -
If you do thla to even a amall
extent your ad will bring Re-
. An Unfortunate
By EDWARdIgLD IART
Coprrlaht by American Prass Asso
ciation. Ull. .
1 married an joconscloua beauty,
Now, everybody knowa that beauty
If It la uucousclous Is a very nke
tblug. but ou a It becomes con
scious It breeds vsnlty, snd vanity I
the mother of a large brood of troubles.
My wife and ' myself we are both
Vans belong to the older arlxtocrucy
of New York. None of onr ancestors
would baveihught of associating
with tbe ancestors of persons who are
now in the ewlm and to whose circle
we were not admitted. ' They care
nothing about our ancestors, though
many of them have heard of my fa
ther, who was. a distinguished com
Biodore In the navy, and my-wife's
grandmother, who 'was a celebrated
New York belle. The places ouce oc
cupied by these worthy people arl
now filled with the descendants of
those who sold them oyster and flb
Snd whose, wealth runs away up Into
Hut my wife and I were happy un
til a certain remark waa repeated to
ber. One of our old family connec
tions who owns abot In the "diamond
horseshoe" so called from being that
gallery of the . Metropolitan Ojiera
House occupied by tbe multimillion
airesgave us tbe use of It for one
night . The favor nearly caused our
ruin. Soon after that night at the
opera Gertrude'a cousin, who gave us
tbe box, said to my wife:
"The Earl of Chapperton, recently
from London, ssked me who was tbe
lady In my bog on Thursday night,
saying at the same time: 'She's the
most beautiful woman I ever aaw.
London could not furnish anything
equal to berTf
The remark wa not pnly repeated to
my wife, bnt was talked about at ev
ery function beld by the golden set
It finally came to Gertrude, added to
In Jhl wise: "What a pity that Mrs.
Van Valkenburg doesn't take the po
sition In society that half a centnry
ago waa occupied by her grandmother,
the beautiful Betty Van Wyke."
From that moment my dear wife got
the"'ortety bee in her bonnet. "Omi
family has always kept up in tbe
v frld till the present generation." r'ie
aald. "We have 10.0O n ve; r. i n-'
on that we could get on In ror'.oty.
Connections of ours' In Vw v.-in won'd
Introduce us. mid nr e f-u!
ate would he of ;br o'i' t m-t t--rntle
set who are not so rl h f the new
"My denr." I prn-fwtrd. "our $10.0tm
Income would uot keep us lu the swim
"Not with your r'sna?ement." she
retorted, "but s rinan can always
tunke money co further than a man.
Let me try. I will show yon what I
Like a fool I was persuaded. My
wife bad no trouble in penetrating the
society sklrtnbtb line because of the
remark of the Earl . of Chapperton,
which was on every one's lips. She re
ceived s number of Invitations, but
found that she must make consider
able-outlay fof costumes before she
could accept any of them. And aince
the costumes ahe must rival cost all
the way from severs! hundred to sev
eral thousand dollars, snd she must
have a different costume for each
function, the amount soon, xan np to a
third of onr total Income. Since our
ordinary necessary expenditures '
quired the other two-tl)lrds. It was evi
dent we would soon run upon the
rocks. But what la tbe one matter of
a woman's costumes, expensive though
they be. compared with tbe thousand
snd one other luxuries that must 1e
provided by people of fashion. One
dinner alone we felt obliged to give
cost ns 1500, and It was considered
plain ot that
We permeated tbe outer social line
and were making some headway Into
the Inner circle. We were both disap
pointed in discovering that we must be
civil to a number of the wires of young
multimillionaires who had married
actresses, and my wife had discovered
that society was not composed of such
persons as her grandmother bad shone
among. Then something happened
that called a bait to our advance.'
A certain Mrs. Van Valkenburg.
whose Income was some 12,000,000 a
year and who was aa homely as a
hedge fence, caused It to be given out
for a consideration, tbe price being
Invitations to certain social climbers to
her soirees that a mistake bad been
made in reporting Earl Chapperton'a
remark as to tbe most beautiful worn
an In New York. The Mrs. Van Val
kenburg referred to was the lady
with the $2,000,000 Income.
Everybody sneered, but as all un
derstood that to gainsay this edict
would cost them the enmity of one
of the most powerful women in New
York society no one dured to lisp
a , word to the contrary. The earl
bad returned to England and waa not
to be even questioned on the subject.
The moment his lordship's compliment
wns appropriated by another my wife
ceased to be an object of curiosity
and. as ahe had no other claim to be
admitted to society, was dropped. Be
sides, any further attention to her was
sure to be resented by the other Mrs.
When the battle was over I discov
ered that we had eaten upbtf our" car
Ita I sufficiently to reduce our Income
one-hakf. I was thankful that we were
beaten off before all was exhausted.
When my wife grumble at the halv-
lug of our income I never mention the
cause. I have a re card for the tuft of
hair on the top of my head.
- MARRIAGE LICENSES.
The following were yesterday grant
ed a marriage license by County Clerk
Mulvey: Nellie M. Peterson and Will
iam H. Moaher; Hasel Conklln and
Nichols Llckt '
Leaves an Ertats of S4745.
Tha aatatS of DAVld Robeson. WtlO
died In this city on February 13, has
been filed for probate. The value of
the estate is $4745. The heirs are
El vs. Garrett, of Buneotn; C. n. Robe
son. Oregon City; F-. m. Koneson,
Coltonro. W. Robeson. Molalla; Mrs,
Jessie Wlnslow, Oregon City.
C0L0.NISr DAY FIXED-
FOR MARCH 1 NEXT
WRITE YOUR FRIENDS, SENDING
THE HANDSOME LITERATURE
OF YOUR LOCALITY.
PORTLAND, Or., FeK 23. (8pl.)
"Colonist Day" has been fixed for
March 1. On that date each man, wo
man and child In tbe Northwest Is
expected to write a letter to some
friend In the East or Middle West,
asking them to come to Oregon, Wash
ington or Idaho during the period of
low rates westwsrd which will be in
effect from March 10 to April 10.
Tbe apeclal effort on March 1 has
been originated by the publicity de
partment of the Harrlman lines in tbe
Northwest and from the Portland
headquarters will go out a great num
ber of folders specially Issued for
"Colonist Day." -These folders are to
be enclosed In tbe letters written to
Eastern friends. They will tell of tbe
advantages of living In the West and
urge those addressed to make a
Thirty-six communities In Oregon,
Washington and Idaho that have par'
tlclpnted In the Harrlman lines' book
let plan of advertising will be sent
folders, 6000 going to each place. It
la feltthat If tbe people of :he differ
ent towna respond to the . plan of
Colonist Day," that tbe campaign for
new cltizena will be very successful
and that a decided impression will be
made upon many thousands of East
erners who may thus be attracted to
tbe Pacific Northwest
Sunday School Convention.
EUGENE, Or.. Feb. 23. Tbe Eugene
Sunday schools are preparing to enter
tain the State Sunday School Conven
tion which meets here on April 12,' 13
and 14. Heads of committees have
been named to arrange for entertain
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CARPENTERS ATTENTION A barn
to let by contract, plans to be seen
at W. F. Harris' residence at Har
ris' saw mill, out 5 miles near the
Highland road. -
FOR SALE Phonograph, 12S records,
original cost $90,' fine shape, will
aell for $35; also number of pieces
of household furniture will sell at
a bargain. 221 13th atreet, or phone
FOR SALE Rare bargain, 50 acre
farm, $125 per acre, actually worth
$200 per acre; only 2 miles from
Oregon City; suitable for subdivis
ion. Need the money and mUst aell ;
two-thirds clear. Haynes,426 East
Harrison Street, Portland.
FOR SALE! 10 acres orchard land;
.7 acres, planted to apple trees; 7
rnom house, small barn; 1H mile
from Oregon Ctty on good road;
$3,600; terms tor quick sale. Tele
phone Farmers. 213. S. R. Co pan,
R. F. D. No. 2. Box' 139, Oregon
FOR RENT Rooms in the Gambrinus
- block, the Electric Hotel Annex, at
reasonable rates. For particulars
Inquire of J. J. Tobln, at the Elec
. trie Hotel. These rooms have the
latest conveniences, with steam"!
heat, electric lights, and the choice
rooms have running water, both hot
and cold. tt
TEACHER OF MUSIC.
G. H. DOUGLAS, Violin. Teacher; vls
Ita or receives pupils, 60c a lesson,
one hour. 120 Jefferson St., Ore
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR.
HARRY JONES Builder and General
Contractor. Estimates cheerfully
given on all classes of building
work, concrete walks and reinforced
concrete. Res. Phone Main 111.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY LOANED We are acquaint
ed with the value of all farm landi
In Clackamas County and can loan
your money on good safe security.
Farm loans made one, two and three
years at 7 per cent Abstracts of
title examined. DIMlCK DIMICK,
Lawyers, Andresen Bldg., Oregon
O. D. EBY, Attorney-at-Law, Money
loaned, aba tract a furnished, land
titles examined, estates settled, gen
eral law business. Over Bank ol
U'REN fc SCHUEBEL, Attorneys-aV
Law, Deutacher Advokat will prac
tice In all courts, make collections
and settlements. Office In Enter
prise Bldg., Oregon City, Oregon. .
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
V. R. HYDE, Abstract Office
Land titles Investigated, conveyan
cing, notary public. 1
Critics mm '
Room T. Barclay Bldg., Oregon City.
DR. L. O. ICE, DJCNTIST Rooms 4,
5 and 0 Beaver, building, Main Bt,
Oregon City. Phors: Home A-148
and pacific StateaMni.
" ' . - r . :
75 acre tract good land, ho rocks, S
miles froaa Oregon City, ly miles
from O. W. P. car line. Good fruit
land. CUt Into 7 and 14 acre tracts,
; $10(T to $225 per acre. Enquire of
. D. K. Bill aV Co., Room , Beaver
Bldg., Oregon Cltv.
H H. COOPER, For Fire Inaurancr
and Real Estate. - Let ns handle
yonr properties we buy, sell and
exchange. Office In Enterprise
Bldg., Oregon City, Oregon.
FREYTAO A 8WAFFORD. Real Es
tate Dealers, have choice bargains .
' In farm lands, city snd suburban
homes, good fruit lands and poultry'
ranches. See us for good buys-
. Near 8. P. depot
SECOND HAND FURNITURE.
MANY TlrfES you can buy Just the
article you want. Just as good ss
new, at a small fraction of the cost
of new. If you go and see YOUNG,
tbe second hand man. His collec
tlon contains New and Second Hand
Furniture, Hardware, Tools, Curios,'
etc. See blm; It costs nothing to'
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for the County of Clacka
Maude B. Jonea, Plaintiff,
John Jones, Defendant. .
You are hereby ordered and re
quired to appear In the above entitled
court and cause on or before the 8th
day of April, 1911. said date being'
more than six weeks from the date of
the first publication of this summons.
and answer tbe complaint of the plain.
tiff riled in said court and cause, and;
If you fail to so sppear and answer, a '
decree will be taken agalnat you for
the relief demanded In aald complaint,
to-wit: A decree dissolving the bonds
of 'matrimony now existing between -
plaintiff and defendant and for the.
care and custody of minor child of .
plaintiff and defendant. '
This summons Is published by order
of tbe Honorable R. B. Beatle, Judge
of the County Coort of Clackamas'
County, State of Oregon, duly made
and entered the 23rd day of February, .
1911. Tbe date of tbe first publica
tion hereof Is February 24th, 1911..
EL J. M ENDENH ALL ;
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Notice of Hearing of Washington
Notice Is hereby given that the
apportionment of the cost of the"
Improvement of Washington street,'
Oregon City, Oregon, from the
southerly line of Second street,'
northerly to the southerly line of
Seventh street, haa been ascertained
and the proposed assessment has
been apportioned and is now on file?
In the office of the Recorder of said
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 tbe
first publication of this notice will
be heard and ' determined hr the
Council before The passage of any
ordinance assessing the cost of said
The property assessed for said im
provement lies on both sides of the
said part of Washington street Im
proved and between tbe line of lots
abutting on aald part of Washing
ton street farthest from aald part
of said Washington street and said
part of Washington atreet.
This notice Is published In the
Morning Enterprise, the first pub
lication being February 17, 1911,
and the aald City Council has set
March 1st, 1911, at 8 o'clock P. M..
at the Council Chamber In Oregon
i Ctty, Oregon, as the time and place
for passing on aald objections.
2t ' I 8TIPP, Recorder.
Notice Is hereby given' that Alden
B. Graham, Arthur W. Graham, R. D.
Morrill and Wm. Andresen have bwn
sppolnted by the County Court ot
Clackamas County. Oregon, executors
of the estate of John M. Graham, De
ceased. All persons having claims
against said estate are hereby required
to present the 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 27th. 1911..
Date of last publication, February It,
ALDEN B. GRAHAM,
. ARTHUR W. GRAHAM.
R. D. MORRILL,
WESTBROOK A WESTBROOK, Port
land, Oregon, Attorneys.
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