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jt Wouldn't Pay fo Advertise
Nor proposition af daubtful
...... are DISCRIMINATING.
OlNOINt thing, go-ulna eppertunltlee,
Aay art'1 wh,,h Mrt ' ol'' advertlelng la, by thai toot, a
fl000 artlel. YOU are aafe In buying a thing which has "etood
(M (Ira of publicity.
TM maker of a widely advertleed article, er commodity, la al
' m trial for hla buaineaa Ufa. H cannot ehlrk, nor ahaapan hit
rt and this Is the boat poaalblo protactlon for the eeneumer.
Vce ara SAFE In buying advertleed things Jfe the logic of
j.m bualnaaa candltlana.
The Chicago Store
Pays the highest prices for
Second Hand Clothes : : :
WE BUY AND SELL
V""'- Second hand clothes : : : :
405 Main St.
u t ea or- Bsparaaue nv"
Ka-lt't delicious. ,20c per can at
lit Smyth la having constructed a
(he ceetractor Doing n. a.
tool Fre Apples are scares, but
tararated Applaa taete like the
is. lea pound at Harrla' Orocery.
Tank Bullard. of Mountain View,
0 au bon making repairs on hie
n at Un. haa returned to Ore-
Tank Chute, one of the prominent
nan of Highland, waa In Oregon
I oa baslnraa Wedneaday.
;rj Howard Heat riour at 11.10
ack et Bigger' Bon's, Beventb
rt " "
Iterykody I ralalng broad from
i Royal Aoa Flour we ought to be
na tee. price IMS per pack, at
tariff Redmond, one of the booot
i tad prominent realdenta of Jen
a Lodge, aa In OregWn City oa
Ity talka-and our October
mt las a" pleasing way of eaylng,
if Bare." tic per pound at Harrla'
, rnia Poeell, real eatate man yea-
Iday toll a one acre tract of land In
krkamaa Halgbia belonging to Leon.
I ChtrmM. tee oonalderatton being
- -. .
raak Scsoeuborn, who recently ar
rd atre from CoRon, Waah., haa
t charge of the grocery atore on
wntk strert be recently purchased
Miller 4 Miller. .
hoice office rooms In Oambrlnue
kk; itaam heat. Bee J,-J. Tobln,
C0PLE POINTED OUT
Doc flhulta a pent Tburaday and
Rkjr Id Portland doing her aprlng
In Beatow, of Portland, la visiting
. and Mrs. Gray for a week at
ft country home.
Vri. W. H. IkUtemlller and daugh-
Mitt Ida, of Clarkea, were trena
il buslnesa la thla city on Wed-
kill Sadie Roblnaon, who haa been
Ptlni hor brother, Wm. Roblnaon,
safe the last of March for ber
In Toronto, Canada.
n Henry lirant went to Shubel
rij, where she went to visit her
er, Mrs. Christopher Hornahuh.
o It very alck.
Vr. 8am Roake. of Clackamaa. for-
'fly a resident of thla city, waa vie
i with hla daughter, Mra, George
rdoar on Wedneaday.
Ml Nell Younger, of Portland,
k! ltdy in' the glove department of
rta Drothera' atore apent Bunday
' the Robin on a at their country
m oa Weat Bide.
Hr- J. R. Wllllama, and daughter,
Angua Matheaon, of thla city, left
MBtsdsy morning for Salem, where
fT will visit with the former's
"rttar, Mra. U. M. Btevenaon.
J', and Mrt. Dayne Howard, of
'"no, puaed through thecltr Bun
1 on their way to Oawego, where
Tinted the former's father, Mr.
X". Joseph Ooodfellow and baby
rafttar, of nend, Oregon, arrived In
City Tuesday morning, and
' with Mr. Ooodfellow'a par
Mr. and Mra. Robert J. Ooodfel
Ooodfellow and baby left
o Holiday-and, made tha trip
'wtkatew railroad,, - .
lilLlnd Mrs WaHer Morrla, of
"ro. were In Oregon City on
r. . T' Thr vlaltlng at the
r l-L '""ner'a aunt, Mra. W.
smith, of Parkplace. Mr, Morrle
n wnnestad with the powerhouse at
hre he holda a reeponel-
luZ V.0"" w" formerly a real
J f Parkplace.
"Si?"i! Qoldnmllh and Mlaa Bar-
!?S?tC0- "era they have
Purchasing their atock Of aprlng
toiHf. .k Tet"r,d home. While In
Im il Ur ",lte1 v,tl 1tr
fWn v,,,ud th,lr Drotnr
,MUTI0N OF PARTNIWtHIP.
radSr tfcVt.r,,l nwo'ofora eilstlng
Meat .1. .??. dlolTed by mutual
Kd!n ,'b,,ltle f the firm are
Wnt. 7 0w, Thomas and all
( ttedl? i?wen ' Thomas.
-asUir'ton c,tr- Ofgon, this
'VPf rehruarr. mi. .
. F. BTORT,-
OWKN O. THOMA8. ,
merit or honeaty for ad-readere.
They knew valuta they' knew
, ... ,
STUNNING F0UURD FROCK
Just What the Olria Will Con
elder e "Deer" Little Oreae.
Of BLOI AMD WBITB roOLABIk
Custom cannot stale tbe Infinite va
riety of the bine and white foulard
frock which aa regularly ae the aprlng
aeeeon comae around bobe up pret
tier and amarter than ever. Bod
a rejuvenatloo baa taken place la tbe
frock pictured Tbe deelga is neat
and attractive, and tbe blue la tbe new
"king's bine." which la bright and be
coming la tone......
The akirt la very like the plaited
Jupee of several years ago, but tbe
blonae waist la eitremely up to data
with Ita natty sailor collar and black
The grip la atlll visiting thla neigh
borhood; many are very alck.
Mr. and Mra. James Smith and Mra.
J. W. Potter are very alck, also J. C.
bates and Mrs. Hlgglns are very low
with not much hopee of their recovery.
Dr. Erneet Cbaae. of Sllverton. was
called to the bedalde of hla uncle, J.
Mlga Ada Brock Is recovering from
A dance waa given by Mr. and Mrs.
W. McKtlllcan the 24th In honor of
Mlaa Sadie Harlow, who la vlaltlng
from Portland. -
A large number of men gathered at
W. C. Palne'a the 22nd to help ralae
hla large house which ha la building.
IL H. Hargravea, of Portland, la
wielding the rod at Evergreen.
Do not forget the hard tlmea aoclal
March 4. ' ' Everybody la Invited to
come and take part. The Redland
braas band will play. .
. Mr. and Mra. John Warnock, of Sll
verton, Mr. and Mra. Jaa. Ogle and
Fred Warnock, of Heppner, were visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ogle Bunday.
Tbe Warnock a are brothers of Mrs.
Ogle.' Pred Warnock has been attend
ing the legislature at Balera aa re
porter for same.
Mr, Wurfel haa Ms new auto out
these fine daye and Is speedily learn
ing to run It. Mr. Wurfel aaya as soon
aa lie gets so he can run It without
running up a telegraph pole he will
take his friends for a ride. Wt are
all friends of Mr. Wurfel now.
Mr. Fulton brought some parties out
from Portland Bunday to look at his
farm. Mr. Fulton la employed on the
Journal therefore he doea not want
to reside In the country. v
Mlaa Annie Brlckaon came home
from Portland Sunday evening.
Miss Qlna Blotager has gone to Au
rora to work in the Aurora Hotel a
few days. Mr. Miller says Oina has
been with them so long that they can
not get along without bar.
Leonard Parmenter left Friday for
one of the logging campa In Washing-
ton where he will cook for-tbc camp
Mr. Proatoa and family, relatlvea
u air. ana Mrs. Fsnnell, rocantly ar-
.. i rum nansaa. nr. Proaton will
lucaic nere, no Having rented Leonard
Waller Howe .Miss And
Mlaa Olga Howe attended the dance
at Aurora Saturday evening
( Rav. A. O. White, of Bllverton, held
aarvlcea In the church Bunday morn-
irk and evening.
ttooert Armstrong celebrated hla
birthday Saturday evening by a num
ber of hla friends helping him to en
Joy the evening.
Mra. A. Ward. Mlaa Vangla Ward
and Maater Bldon Ward, from Boyd,
Ore., and Mra. II. Reynolda and Mlaa
Maude Reynolda, from Portland ( were
viaiung Mra. u. S. Armatrong -Bun
aay. Mra. Ward and Mra. Reynolda
r cousins or Mra. Armatrong.
Mra. Jaa. Erlrkaon,. Mra. J. Andrewa
end W. D. Tull all went to Portland
I'erry Kecbaugh went to Oregon
Geo. Gllhertson haa the contract for
Incloalng the water tank tower. Wo
notice what little la done makes a
great Improvement In the looka. and
when completed It will ge a grsat ad
dition to the city. Geo. Ollberteon
and Walter Howe are doing the work.
Mra. H. B. Urant'a father Is very
Mr. and Mra. Alei GUI left Tueaday
to apend a few daya In Newberg.
Mrs. Gus Wamblad Is having her
one-acre tract cleared and Is Intend
ing to build a pretty cottage aoon. :
Eather and Harold Heathman are
on thf alck Hat thla week.
Little Oladya Caldwell,' who baa
been alck with tbe meaalea, la better.
The ladlea of the Paatlme Club en
tertained their huabande at Mra. Earl
Beeley'a and they reported a very
pleaaant time. The club will meet at
Mra. E. n. Grant'a next Monday.
Mr. and Mra. O. V. Heathman, of
Plover, Iowa, are vlaltlng Mr. and
Mra. Oeorge Heathman.
Ralph Cos returned from Portland
Saturday with a broken arm. He met
with thla accident there, being atruca
by a atreet car.
Intereatlng temperance meetings
were held Tueaday. Mra. Urah, the
State Organlxrr, apent the day at Can
by and her visit waa much appreciated
and will long be remembered by those
who attended these meetings.
Rev. C. U Creeay made a flying trip
to Foreat Grove Tueaday and from
there be Went to Halem and attended
to hla regular school dutlea at Will
amette University. The object of hla
visit to Foreat Grove waa to examine
their church building there ae he la
one of a committee to consider plans
for the erection of a new M. E. church
at Canby. Rev. C. L. Creeay, John R.
Newton, M. J. Lee and A .L. Bnell
constitute thla committee, but aa yet
no report baa been made to the mem
bera of the church. We are unable
to sifte Just what haa been done, how
ever. This Is a move In the right
direction and It will be supported by
the membera unleaa the committee In-,
alata on going Into debt. Hut If, aa
haa been mentioned, the plan la to
construct a building of concrete blocks
and a machine be secured and blocks
le made by volunteer labor during the
rainy winter months, without doubt
In from two to four years sufficient
will le thua made at no expenae ex
cent that of the machine and cement
and then the balance of-caeh needed
will doubtleaa be available without
burdening the membera. In thla way
the. Methodlata will have a modern
to OOO bulldlnc at an actual coat of
On laat Thursday evening at the
call of Rev. Creeay for the organUa
tlon Of a brotherhood, aeven men be-
aldea the leader turned out and unani
mously decided for auch an organise
tlon In connection with the M. E.
church of thla place. On the 33rd of
March the organization will be com
Dieted, aa on that date the next meet
ing is announced. It la expected that
there will be many who will then
unite with thla movement.
W. H. Lucke haa again decided to
enlarge hla warehouse and now haa
lumber on the ground to extend U
another one hundred feet
Mr. Saltmarah haa bought the
Meeka' property In town. Thla Is
certainly a beautiful residence and we
understand that Mr. Baltmarsh la
tends to make It hla home.
For tbe week ending Feb. 25, 1911,
the following lettera are uncalled for
at Uie Canby poetotrice: Ablrg, Grua;
Deamer. Mr. D. M.: Chrlalenaen. Mra.
Jennie; Pblllp, Mlaa Eather; Sprlrg.
Mr. R. B.
M. J. Lee haa been absent for al
most a week now. He la at Seattle
attending to some business affaire.
The wind from the northeast and
the cold nights makea one feel like
we were In Illinois or Nebraaka. it
froie lea In our bout Saturday night
and today, the 27th of February, the
wind haa whirled thlnga around con
siderable. Wa were down to the
Clackamas river this morning and
there came a puff of wind and the
bridge looked as If It was going off
of Its foundation. This bridge is saia
to be tbe longest bridge of the kind In
Oregon 230 feet long and haa been
built about 25 yeara.
Mr. Jagger. who haa a position from
the county court to look after the
road Interests of Clackamaa, was out
today and went over the road south
towards Redland; hop he will make
the road matter a success.
Mrs. Susan Griffith, who has been
afflicted for aeveral years, has been
moved out to Grant Mumpower's. Mrs.
Griffith has had aeveral phyalclana at
different tlmea for aeveral yeara and
haa had but little benefit. It looka aa
If Mrs. Griffith had doctors enough to
kill her but stu she is anve. x sine ta
Mr. Harvey Skinner and wife came
from San Francisco Saturday to visit
Mra. Griffith at Grant Mumpower'a.
It looka like that some people have to
be stung with sickness more than oth
er people but all living must die. Dis
obedience brought death Into our
world. Prepare to meet thy God for
though shalt die.
Mr. Mlndenhall, who bought Walter
Shepherd's place, joining Haye Park,
haa rented hla land to bis brother..
Mlndenhall the attorney practlcea In
the courta of Oregon. He Is able to
have two automobllea and comes out
to see his brother Quite often.
Our creamery. man, Mr. Smith, atlll
holds onto his job,) . Wo dont know
what the creamery company would do
If Mr. Smith did quit. Grant Mum
power has set out part of hla land In
peach trees. . v-
Toung Mr. Huchlns and two of Mr.
noodson's sons went to Olendora, Cal
ifornia where the Goodsons carnal
from. . Young Huchlns thinks that
some of tbe Callfornlans are pretty
ougb people drink conalderable and
use; bad language.
The Clackamaa egg man waa around
today, He had tbe largest load of
poultry and eggs that we every aaw
him take away from here. Thla part
of Clackamaa county Including tbe
Logan cpuntry can't be outdone for
furnishing farm produce. Wben 8 lone
geta three or four oil wells and tbe
oil running out of tbe earth things
win still be mora lively. We must
have an electric car line from Port
land out here on the Clackamaa river
and then wo may want the county
seat or government mover here.
L. B. Vonderahe and wife returned
home Saturday - from Los Angelas,
i ai., arter an abaence of alx weeka.
Mra. Vonderahe la Improved In'tealth
and was greatly benefited' by tbe
U. .11 . - '
C. D. Smith left for the East Sat
urday to be abaent aeveral weeka on
buaineaa and pleaaure combined
D. Toney returned home from New
York Monday morning after a busl
nesa trip of aeveral weeks for his
Mr. and Mrs. Andrews, of Portland,
spent Bunday with Mr. Andrewa' sla
ter, Mrs. Henry Buter.
About twenty of our young people
attended the dance Saturday evening
In Mllwaukle given by the Errol Quar
tette. Mra. Arthur Keuhl waa a Portland
Mrs. R. L. Herron waa a city visitor
Mra. Chambera and daughter were
Portland visitors Monday.
Mra. L. E. Armatrong was in Port
land Tueaday on buaineaa.
Mlaa Katberlne Toney Is sick with
pneumonia In one of the Portland hoa
pltala. Road Supervisor Harrla haa had
Center atreet aurveyed and the grade
atakea are all set. Work will begin
right away and the atreet Improved
east and weat of tbe railroad track to
the county road.
M. W. A. held their regular meet
ing Tueaday evening In Green'a hall.
Mra. Clyde Swlnney Is able to be
out and la gaining alowly. Mra. Swln
ney and alater, Mrs. Wllklns, were
Portland visitors Tuesday.
Cbaa. Short and mother were city
The Parkplace basket ball team and
the Oak Grove Junlora will play ball
Wedneaday evening In Green a bail,
Mr. and Mra. Dick Udell were In
Oregon City Monday on buaineaa.
W. A. Hanaon, of Mllwaukle, baa
opened a branch drug atore In Oak
Grove In the Warren block.
Grandpa Rowley la quite feeble and
confined to hla bed moat of the time.
Although 81 years old, his mind is
clear and he Is sble to talk and knows
bis relatives and frienda who come to
Several new dudIIb have been added
to our achool, two In (he eighth grade.
. The boys of the school are clean
ing off the grounds and getting ready
for baseball aa aoon aa the weather
The dudIIb 6f Miss Felix will give
a musical recital In Green'a halt Wed
neaday evening, March 8. Invita
tional. The Oak Grove Glrla Band win
play at the debate Friday evening,
March 3. between the Barclay School
of Oregon City, and . the' Oak Orove
Rrhnol. ' . n. i.
Regular monthly meeting of the
Oak Grove Puah Club will be held
Thuraday evening, March Z, In Green'a
M. K. Church. Rev. Henry Spei
Ptnr Hundav achool 10 A. M. Ber
vires 11 A. M. br the Pastor.
The boya brigade gave a social on
Wodnrsdav evening in the church
basement. Refreshmenta were eerved
and a good time had by all preaent
City Council will meet Thursday
evening. Regular routine of business.
Action will be taken on the petition
for the Improvement of Main atreet.
Also any other petition that may be
hrniisht In on other atreet a.
-Th Cltv Council haa Inatalled six
sre lights in Mlnthorn sddltlon and
three on the foot bridge serosa Keuog
Creek and Island Station.
Regular epidemic of meaalea In our
little city. A large number of scholars
are out of school on account of the
The Dots' Club Is holding interest
Ing meetings now. Prof. Gens, their
Instructor, of Portland, haa the dif
ferent classes organized and are "all
In working order. The library and
free reading room are well patronised
Mllwaukle Grange will meet Friday
evening, March 3. Regular routine of
business, and discussion on bow to
mske an early garden.
Mothers and Teachera' uiutt new
lta regular meeting last Thursday.
There wss a very amall attendance on
account of alckness. me money
raised from the play was turned over
to the treasurer of tbe Boys' Clue-.
Mavor Strelb ia out on hla farm
near Cedar Mills for a few daya.
Mra. Ella Maple Is confined to her
bed and la quite sick.
J. A. Bowen end ramny, or ron
land, have moved In the James Oliver
W. E. Thresher waa in oaa: urove
Tueaday on business.
Al Brawley and family, or ueiiwooa,
have rented tbe William Shtndler
bungalow and will move In Wednea
J. A. Thomaa and family nave rent
ed the Tripp cottage at Island station
and will be settled in a row asys. Mr.
Thomaa haa purchased the Mllwaukle
prlntery. . . -
Mr. Klntel haa rentea mo lm
Grande house and moved hla family
John Miller waa In Mllwaukle wed
Mr. Monroe, our genial biacksmitn,
Is building a house on the river bank.
Andy Johnson is homo from acnooi
Charles Melann. who haa been quite
sick with measles, ta able to be out
A. H. Dowlln and ramny were fort-
land visitors Monday.
Homes and Wheeler, of McMlna-
vllle. are putting In af moving picture
ahow In the Wetxler building.
A little son of Mrs. Barnes has scar-
letlna. Miss Sue Barnes Is Improving
and sble to alt up, although confltred
to the' hospital.
Mrs. Reddaway, of Portland, apent
Wednesday wltn Mrs. J. Elkln and
W. A. Hancon haa opened a branch
drug store iu uat Grove In the ne
Warren building on Center atreet.
Judge Kelso wss In Portland Wed
neaday on buaineaa.
Church fotee. '
-Evangelical 0 mrch, B. Radebaugh.
'aefo'. Bunday e hool at 10:10 A. M,
'reaching at 11:80 A. M. by pastor
Y. P. A. at-7 P. M. The W. af. .
will give their annual missionary pro
gram at 8 P. M. Prayer meeting on
Wedneaday. Teachera' Tralnlna- a
Thuraday evening, and Choir practice
on Friday evening.
W. Ryner haa hla lota cleared and
ready for the plow.
The la grippe patlenta are Improv
ing and are on the road to recovery.
All the vacant houaea hero are bo
)ng aecured as now families are mov
ing In. Much property haa been ex
changed during the past two weeks,
several land deala having been closed.
Johsnnss Jobnaon baa mada an ex
change of property through J. W.
Loder. The land waa formerly owned
by Charles Miller, who traded to J.
W. Loder. Mr. Johnaon 1 expecta to
build on tbe property which conalats
of four lots, In (he near future.
Mrs. Wallace, of thla place, who has
been a great sufferer from erysipelas,
D. O. Leavens, who hss been visit
ing with his son In Portland, hss re
turned to Willamette.
Messrs. Leavens snd Downey are
contemplating establishing a phone
service between Oregon City and Wil
lamette, so aa to have service at
night The present line will be used.
Rivers ft McOregory, who recently
purchased a new well drill, and who
have been boring a well for D. C.
Latourette on the west side, will com
plete the job this week. They have
contracted with R. Petzold and Farr
Brothers to deepen their wells at their
alaughter houses on tbe Molalla road,
and will also erect tne windmills, and
Install the piping.
F. Welsh, of Elyvllle, Is rebuilding
the planing mill at that place, getting
lumber from other mills.
J. M. Cameron; a bualness man of
Portland, waa In Oregon City Sunday
looking for a location here.
Mra. C. Hornschuh Is seriously 111,
her right side being paralyzed. Mr.
and Mra. Hornschuh have the sympa
thy of the entire community.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Doibow. Julia
Massinger. Charley Grossmlller, snd
Mr. Carlson apent the evening at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. R. Glnther last
Miss Johanna . Massinger, of Aber
deen, Wssh., is visiting her parents
Oeorge BteVena bought a load of
aeed oata from John Bluhm laat week.
Herman and John Moebnke, Mr.
Kllnger and G. A. Shubel, prominent
farmers of thla community, apent Sat
urday In Oregon City.
Mr. and Mra. Frank Schoenborn
are apendlng a few weeka at the home
of the latter'a parenta, Mr. and Mrs.
E. T. Glnther.
Ed Schmidt visited 'friends In High
land last Sunday. -
Jake Grossmlller has sold 40 acres
of land to bla son-in-law, Will Doibow.
Mr.. Shepard la making many cedar
posta for tbe market '
Rev. Henry Hornachuh and wife
are here helping take care of tbe for
mer a mother. 1 ? 1
Mra. Eva Glover, of Portland, la
vlaltlng with relatlvea here for a few
The frosty nighta continue to keep
back the fruit blosaoma, greatly to the
delight of the fruit growers, who know
by experience that thia fortella an
abundant yield, aa the growth will be
rapid and stesdy when spring hss fair
ly set in.
Mr. Ole Hoode and hla mother, of
Blair, Wisconsin, sre visiting at the
home of Mr. C. C. Knudaon. Mr.
Hoode lntenda to locate permanently
In thla part of the country.
Mlsa Maude Nebo is at home for a
short vacation from the Oregon Agri
cultural College. Her friend. Miss
Clara Walton, also of O. A. C. la with
Mr. and Mra. Rudolph Klaua are both
recovering from an attack of the grip.
Miss Lillle Kundson. who waa
atudent at tbe Macksburg school dur
ing the first part of the present school
year, attended the County Teachers'
exsmlnatlona thla month, paased with
a high- average and la now teaching
Mlaa Katie Harlna haa been 111 with
the grip but la back In achool.
The Misses Maude Nebo, Clara Wal
Ion and Lillle Kundson were visitors
at the achool laat Thursday.
The school board met Saturday even
ing and transacted routine buainess.
The board Is ready to receive bldj
on nekt wlnter'a wood. Twenty cords
Of wood, 24 inches long,, and 6 to !
Inches face are required. Those wish
Ing to furnish wood msy send their
bids to the clerk, Charles Kraxberger,
Aurora R. F. D.,,st any time before
Vic. Grim la back from the Wash
ington logging campa.
Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Strubhar are both
111 with tbe grip.
Carl Boeche baa begun clearing the
twenty acrea he bought recently from
Mr.Henko. He already haa a fence
up and land cleared for a good big
garden. He expecta to move upon his
place next fall.
J. W. Smith la soon to ouna a Darn
that will be one of tbe finest In tne
Csrl Damin'a sawmill la running
( room house and barn, now, cor
ner lot 50x100 feet. Fane View;
en. i 11100
8-room house with ''bath room.
etc., good condition, iota ana
Adams atreota. Oreaon City.. 11350
flmati navment down, balance month
ly paymenta Ilka rent good bargain a.
JOHN W. LODER, Owner,
tevena Bldg. Oregon City; pro.
I am going to clean up or deetrey
the dlaaaaad fruit treeo of Oregon City
and want the oo-operatton af everyone
Interacted. You may get ' opraylng
dona by C. L. MoQhaney, Fourth and
Jaekeen, or by Clark . Fuge, Eighth
snd Polk streets. These neglecting or
refusing to da the work will ae com
pelled to do eo. , Anyone Into reeled
pleaee communicate with A. J. Lewta,
Fruit Inspector Clackamas County,
Oregon City, Route No. S.
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steadily. 1 Eph. Jaaua la logging for
him. Carl reports wood Is good. He
la now on a large order for J. W.
smith. - . .......
Ed Koch laid a sidewalk for a qnar-
ter or a tune along his own and Harry
Herrcomes' place recently. Thia walk
Is highly appreciated by the teachers
ana tne eniidren woo travel this road
on their way to and from achool.
The pupils of the Mackabnrg achool
whose names follow were neither ab
aent or tardy during tbe month of
renruary: Oeorge Luebll, Frank Orlb
ble, Lydla Kummer. Hilda Berth. Carl
Kalb, Freda Zenger, Hans Zenger,
ueorge Lamona, Einora Kraxberger,
Mattle Kelallng, liana Etzel, Dewey
Graves, Allle Kraxberger. Ernest
Noach, Robert Noach, Eric.'" Booths,
Margaret Klaua, Gertrude Berth, Inez
Kelallng. Estes Oribble, Francis Krsx
berger, Bessie Berth, Vestla Kelallng,
Minnie Etzel, Ed Gravea and Thuraul-
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Burglara entered the store of O. W.
Bcramlln Tuesday night At first they
broke into Mike Walsh'a blacksmith
shop and procured a hammer, auger
and a cold-chlsel which were used In
forcing sn entrance to the store.
After borins- a bole In the door and
trying to pick the lock, they broke a
window and made an entrance In that
manner. They amasbed the cash
register and robbed K of Its contents.
They also got away with a quantity
of tobacco and canned goods, then
tried to rob the csee where the cigars
are kept, but aa thia was guarded by
the electric burglar alarm designed
by Bussil Bcramlln, they were obliged
to give up that attempt. There Is, as
yet, no clue to the Identity of the
They are supposed to be members
of the hobo fraternity.
A very pleaaant tea party waa given
at the home of Mra. Leroy Paul Thura
day, February 23. The occasion wait
In honor of the birthday of Mra. J. L.
Jones, wife of the paator of the Con
gregational church. Membera of the
aid societies of both churches were
among the Invited guests. An Infor
mal program was opened by singing,
rending of scripture by Mrs. Jones and
prayer by Rev. Speias, of the M. E.
church. A variety of excellent aelec-
tlons were then read. The closing
number on the program waa given by
Mra. W. B. Heynolda, who In a very
pretty epeech presented Mr Jones
with a kandaome allkatlne quilt from
the Aid Society, of which the Utter la
president Mrs. Jonea laso received a
abower of poet carda and other pretty
gifta from thoae preaent - Mra. Paul
then aerved tea, coffee and other deli
cate refreshmenta to the thirty-four
The S. P. fU R. has made a survey
through the premises of Ev P. Ded
man, R. B. Holcomb and Isaac Smith,
tbe object being to straighten its line
between Clackamaa and Oregon City,
eliminating the . present dangerous
ALBERT A. 7
The people of this vicinity are all
about over the grippe and school is
keeping again with the uaual number.
The Alberta debating aociety met
laat Saturday evening and discussed
the question, "Resolved, That Old
Malda and Bachelors 8hould be Taxed
Because They Are Not Married." It
was decided that they should not be
taxed. Tbe 'next question la, "Re
solved, That the Government Should
Own and Control the Railroad a."
. Owing to a previoua challenge the
Alberta achool went down to visit the
Schuebel school laat-Friday and met
them In a joint debate. The affirma
tive of the question, "Resolved, That
Knowledge Is More Useful to Mankind
Than Money," waa defended by Milton
Clay and Mary Miller, of Alberta; the
negative by Beulah and Walter Horn
achuch and Zllla Klrbyson. After a
good discussion It waa decided In fa
vor of the Albertaltea. . They also
had a short literary program and a
Valentine box, which waa much en
joyed by all. The Albertaltea speak
very highly ol the kindness and
courtesy ahown them by the Shuebel
school. . i
Born on the 26th Inst, to Mr. and
Mrs. Hanson, a 10 pound girl, all are
Mr. Livingstone Is visiting at J.
Be son's this week.
There wss an oyster supper served
st tbe lower Highland church laat
Thursday evening. All had a good
Mlaa Blanche Miller, after apendlng
a week at home went back to her
school at Barton laat Saturday.
Alberta haa a fine .new lamp which
la a great Improvement to the aociety.
Milton Miller Is very deelroua that
telephone calls were not so numer
ous so that people would leave their
receivers up where they belong.-What
about It Milton?
We agree with the Shubellte about
the road question. The farmers build
a good road and before they go to
town a half doten tlmea It ia torn and
cut pit by heavy teaming over It
Now we think it no more than fair
that the onea who use and ruin tbe
roads should elp build and keep
them In good repair. We don't be
lieve In bonds, either.
It is no joke tbe groundhog knows.
Mrs A. Fallert waa a Logan visitor
Miss Eveline Newktrk of Harris
burg. Ore., is visiting her parenta for
a few daya. "
The entertainment Saturday night
at Logan waa not aa largely attended
aa would have been the case had not
the grip Interfered.
Mr. Bates and Mra. Higgma, two
aged people of thla place, are very HI
with the grip.
Wedding bells will ring soon for one
of our prominent young bachelors.
Good luck, Henry. T
The stockholders' annual meeting of
the Clear Creek Creamery Co., will
be held March 20, at the creamery.
Membera of Harding Grange dont
forget next Saturday. Coma and tell
ua all about how to care for an orch
ard. - Mrs, Hathaway, formerly of Rose-
burg, Ore., la visiting her brothers,
Ned and Frank Hutchlna, of thla place
Sowing grain Is the order of the day
bow and farmers art) hurrying while
the aun shines.
Wants, For Sale, Etc
Notleae aadar thaaw elaaalflad haadtrur
U I at on cent a word, flrw
IBS nine, bait e ant addltlaoai mr
tuna, one inch ear. It ar oioata h"
Inch card, (4 llna) fl pr atoeth.
Cash must aocoonpanjr orsar unle on
Haa an open aoooiint with tha papor. N
financial mponalblllty tor rrora: wbw
rrors occur rra oorre not lea will b
printed for patron. Minimum charra lie
WANTED A first claaa organiser for
Oregoa City; big mosey for kuatley;
no other v aeed , apply. Addreaa U.
0. 8. J2 AUngton Bldg., Portland,
WANTED Woman to do light houee
work. Apply at 4th Bt, Phone
FOR BALE 14-foot gaaolla launch,
IU horse power. Enquire R. H.
TmTJlager, Pootofflce, Oregon City.
FOR BALE Mare. 10 yeara old, kind,
true, 1700 lba. Trial given. Price)
8176. M. A. Hansen. New Era.
Care B. Kelt
FOR BALE Space la thla column
Bell that old plow or harrow; yon
don't use It since yon purchased
- your new one. .
FOR BALE Rare bargain. It aero
farm, izs per acre, actually worth
$200 per acre; only 3 mllee from
Oregon City; auitable for subdivis
ion. Need the money and must eell;
two-thirds clear. Haynes, 2g East
Harrison street, Portland.
FOR ajar NT.
ONE MODERN 7-room house for rant.
nti half Klsw.W U.Ia
mm. .vu WWH BU W I .
Inquire 219 Thirteenth atreet
LOST In Oregon City Saturday, Feb
ruary 25, between Pope'e Btore and
Farr'a butcher ahop, amall brown
puree, containing 830 In gold and
possibly some silver. Reward for
return to First National Bank of
TEACHER OF MUSIC
a. H. DOUGLAS. Violin Teachan-f -via.
IU or recelvea pupils, gfa a lesson,
one hour. 120 Jefferson 8t, Ore
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR.
HARRY JONES Builder and General
Contractor. Eatimataa ehaai fully
given on all classes of building
work. Mitfnli aralka ani Mdifrnwi
concrete. Rea. Phone Mats 11L
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONET LOANED Wa ara acquaint)
aa with tne value of all farm lands
In Clackamaa County and caa loan
your money on good aare aacurlty. ,
Farm loan a aaade one, two and Urea
years at 7 per cant "Abetracta of
title examined. DIMlCK A DIMICK,
Lawyers, Andreeen Bldgv, Oregon
O. DKBY, Attorney-at-Law, Money;
wsnta, aoairacis rurnianed. lead
titles examined, estates Bottled, gen
eral law buaineaa. Over Bank of
TTREN A-8CHTJEBEL, Attoraeya-at-
lw, ueuiscner Aavoaat, will prac
tice In all courta, make collections
and settlements. Office) ia Enter
prise Bldg Oregon City, Oregon. ,
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
V. R. HYDE, Abstract CHflce
Land tJtleo Investigated, conveyan
cing, notary pabllc
Room 7, Barclay Bldgv. Oregon City.
75 acre tract good land, no rocka, 8
miles rrom Oregon City, 1H aailea
from O. W. P. car Una. Good fruit
land. Cut Into I and 14 acre tracts,
$100 to 8225 per acre. Enquire of
D. K. Bill al Co., Room I, Beaver
Bldg., Oregon City.
E-- H. COOPER, For Fire Insurance
and Real Estate. Let as handle
your properties wa buy, sell and
exchange. . Office la Katerprtse
Bldg., Oregon City. Oregon. .
FRETTAQ aV 8W AFFORD, Real Es
tate Dealers, have choice bargmlna
ta farm landa, city aad auburbaa
fcomea, good fruit landa aad poultry
ranches. - Sea ,ua for good buya
Near 8. P. depot
SECOND HAND FURNITURE.
M ANT TIMES you caa buy just the
article you want, just aa good as
new, at a amall fraction of the cost
of new. if yon go and see YOUNG,
tbe second hand man. Hla colleo
tlon contains New and Second Hand
Furniture, Hardware, Tools, Carlos,
ate. Sea him; It eoeta nothing to
To Introduce The Moraine
Enterprise Into a large major-.
Ity of the homes la Oregon
City and Clackamaa eauatv the
management haa decided to
make a special price for the)
daily lame, for a short time
only, where the eubecrlber nays
a year la advaaca.
By carrier, paid a year ta
advance, Sl.ta. -
By amall, paid a year la ad
People) who gave ou canvas
ser a trial subscription for one
r ssore naoataa, at tea cents a
weak, caa have tne dally deliv
ered for a year for S.N by
paying a year la advance.
People vkt gave our canvas
ser a trial subscription, by
mall, for four aaoatha at a dol
lar, auty aava the paper for a
year tor Ilea, if aid a yaw to
fsaertkers te the Weekly
ay ehaago their
to tae daily, re-
eel via s; eredU for ftatt time oa
tae dairy thai tae weekly as
paid la advaaaa. Waaa taey
chooee to add eaaa to Use ad
raaea payaaeat equal to a fait
year a advaaeo perm eat taey
say take ad rootage of tae 82
We naako thla asocial arte
aa that pssaaa who kava paid
la advaaoa oa acme other dally
aad wlaa to take tae Moralac
Bator pe tea, taay do ae witaows
too groat axi
Read tae Morning Enterprise.