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MORNING ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1911
THE CHICAGO STORE
Pays the highest price for Second Hand Goods
We bay nd M Second Hrid Clothes
We d cleaning and pressing
405 MAIN ST., OREGON CITY .
PHONE MAIN 3731 .
LOCAL DRI CPS'
,n ru of Portland, was In
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I11"' ... - nf ,k nlinaar
Lars 'f Htafford.- was In Oregon
it T' ""' " . ,
riarmc Hinnt. a wii "
,ni ol Aurora, wss In Oregon City on
... iioeve. who has been
XtrJ Ml-coujmiloa of the pin-,
nm, ,.h a meeting of Willamette
. 'CI1 luxt nlicht, with routine busl-r.-
C II lum.lH'rty. one c' lD Proml
.ni member of Molalla Grange, wan
n on-itoii cny on Tucsdsy, being one
J the .l..l.R t' couuty Orange
William jrlm-nlhwnlU. one 'of the
.H kn furtiior of Heaver Creek,
, In r'Kn City attending the
," roiiiuy convention held In the
-Trail rriiliH, clams fnm the Coast:
rh smelt '" salmon from the Ump-
ua river. Nrh Pole Flb Market.
rn-i demonstration of etencetlng.
Hlrsn pigment paints; color will
rh IUnnrlen- of the Chlesgo
nciury. l l"i'n Adams' Store this
You will K lng way to find as
nod Kloui u "Van White." 11.45 a
Mck t llairU' Grocery. .
Any InnlllKcnt person mar earn a
nwd Income corresponding for newspapers-
experience unnecessary. Bend
iTamp f'r- to' I particulars. Empire
ws ByndlcsterMlddleport, N. Y.
Juat In, 'HrK fat Norway mackerel,
lie t Harrl,' Grocery.
Couuly School Superintendent Gary
rill spend Hi" lust three days of the
tek In the- ntreme eastern end of
iht rtiuniy vltlilng the erholos, and
Saiurdny In- will assist In the work of
roadurUiiK u losrhrre" Institute at
CALIFORNIA'S ORANGE ' COUN.
Miillfiil'y. llliiHf rated in four rotors.
'THE 81'Kl.U" sn unusual romantic
Will by ('. N A A. M. Williamson.
WHAT WOMEN ARE DOING IN
litres' Hiinxei now on safe IS rents.
PEOPLE POINTED OUT
Mr. Ikin Meldrum, who has been
ill fur srversl months. Is Improving,
kod was ablo tn be out on Tuesday.
I Mis Edith J uck son has reaumed her
'position In the County Assessor's of
ice, after s tit months' Illness.
Mr. Xfwroe rroat. of Chehalls.
H'Mft., vss In Oregon City on Bunds
rliltlng with his mother, Mrs. Julia
Mrs. Joseph Meyer has gone to Mo
tails, where ahe la nuralng Mrs. IT. B.
Dllsj and daughter, both of whom are
Mrs. T A. McBrlde will leave Thurs
liy r a month's sojourn at her sum
tier home at Deer Island, on the Low
Mrs. Julia Frost and family, who
ur been making their home at Ca
imh, have moved to Rtrlngtown,
hrs they have purchased property.
Mm V. II. Uurkbardt. of Ralem, Is
n the city as guest of her mother,
Mn M. K. Draper. Rhe was a former
mldent of Oregon City and has a
lost of friends here.
MIm Amy Rochester, of Seattle,
K'uh., Is the guest of Mrs. Edward
Schwab, of Fifth and Center streets.
Miss Kilnn Marley. of Portland, waa
n Oregon City on Tuesday, the guest
f Mrs. John Adams.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Latourette, of
fortlind. Mr. and Mrs. M. I). Latour
i(i and son. Edward, and Mrs. Kath
fJH Ward I'ope, of Portland, were
lha dinner gueata of Mr. and Mrs.
rturlet u. latourette on Sunday.
Mrs. Mary S. Howard, state secre
tary of the grange, and whose rest
Ibcs Is at Mullno, was In Oregon City
Tundfty attending the county conven
tion. Rim wns accompanied to this
slty by Mrs. k. J. Maple.
Mn. p. m. Thygsen, of Black Dia
mond, Wash., arrived In Oregon City
a Friday and la the guest at the
tiome of Mr. and Mrs. William Rail,
if Oltdmonft. Mrs. Thygsen la a alt-
r of Mrs. lull and will remain for a
Mrs. R. , e. Sperry, of 1 Spokane,
rh, has arrived In this olty, and la
? guest of her sister, Mra. J. R.
Brwndls, of Fourteenth and Center
Jlta she will remain her for a
tow days snd will be accompanied
oms by her young son, Mllla, who
!o visiting here for the past
' M. 1 Drlggs, who has been te-
It Wouldn't Pay
A Poor Article-
Nor proposition of doubtful merit or honesty for ad-readers,
nowadays, are DISCRIMINATING They know vsluse they know
GENUINE things, genuine opportunities.
Any srtlole which ean be sold by advertising Is, by that test, a
00D article. YOU arc ssfe In buying a thing which has "stood
the flr of publicity." ' . - - ; -
1 The maker of a widely advertised article, or commodity, Is at
ya on trial for his buslnesV life. . He cannot ahlrk, nor cheapen hie
Product and this Is' the best possible protection for the consumer.
. You are SAFE In buying advertised . things It'a the logic of
"od.y, bu.nM, condltlone. 1 : ' M .
siding In thin city during the winter
at the home of ber brother, (harlits
I). Mtourette, left on Monday evening
for MdMlnuvllle, where she will visit
wlih Wlllard Ijtourelte, who has been
very III fur soma time. Mrs. Wlllard
Latouri'ite Is also very III and Is now
eonflnnil In the St. Vincent's Hospital,
Mr. and Mrs. George Hpeiirer. of
Csuby. wcrs In Oregon City on Tubs
day. Mr. Hpnrer has recvutly moved
his family back to Cauby from Aurora,
where they have bn for several
months, Mr. Hpenoer being In charge
if the crew of workmen gutting 1100
piling for a firm In Alaska. The con
tract was awarded to Joseph Hinder
land, and "as completed about Feb
ruary 14. Mr. and Mrs. Hpenccr have
on of the most up to-dste little homes
at Canby, and on their place are 62
different varieties of choice rose
bushes. They are making extensive
Improvements on their home.
DEMOCRATIC HOUtC (THREATEN.
' INQ TOJMPEACH HIM IF TAFT
FAILED TO ACT. :
U' AHIII VflTM U.rik TfHi.lt-.
Ric hard llalllnger 'lias resigned and
his reslgnstlon hss been accepted by
president Tsft. The date of the renin
nation Is said to have been January
1Q Th. rMalirnalUin wbm mad
public until the natno of his successor
wss announced. Ills successor is
Waller U FtshW, of Cblcsgo, and be
U s romutrvsllonlst of the Pllichot
te. It Is ssld to be a vindication of
PI no hot.
There were rumors that the Demo
crats In the House hsd It In mind to
tske thfmarter up and impeach llal
llnger, and that the knowledge of tnat
fact was what led the President to
act at this time. The President csme
back at his critics with considerable
savsgery In his words and In his senti
ments. Choice office rooms In Oambrlnus
block; steam heat. Bee J. J. Tobln.
NO LIQUOR LICENSE.
EVKRBTT, Wash., March T. He
rauae the city must worry along with
out $70,000 usually received from liq
uor license fees, there will be no street
lights, no health officer and no aealer
of weights and measures, and there
will be a big reduction In the police
force. There la no law that will per-
I mlt taking the people to meet tbeee
expenses, and since Kverett hss gone
dry the rndlcsl cuts In the budget
I were msde at a council meeting last
State Henator waiter A. Dlmlck Is
down for an address at tne High
school forum today. The subject hss
not been announced.
Receipts for the week have been
2139 cattle, 48 calves, 492 hogs, 5900
sheep, 242 goats, 31 horses.
The cattle market remained fairly
steady for most grades. Sellers'
claimed a alight weakening on heavy
cattle, but buyers asserted that the
quality offered was not a fair test and
that the full market value would have
been paid for smooth animals regard
less of weight. Cows continue to sell
high. The cow market.' at $5.60 to
$5.75 Is remsrkable. Calves sold from
$0 to 18 and one bull sold at $5.25.
The sheep market remained steady
despite the heavy offerings. Lambs
sold at $5.75 and wethers at $4.75.
The hog market showed a $9 limit
and there waa extra demand for ev
erything that waa offered.
Draft horses sold at $325 each and
the drivers at $125 each. The draft
horsa business Is coming In for a.
great amount of Interest.
Preparations are under way looking
to the care of animals that will be
displayed at the Fat 8 lock Show
March 20, 21 and 23. The Students'
Judging contest and demonstrations at
the packing house, showing the cuts
of meat and the reasons for the dif
ference In price of the animals, will
be made special features.
A rate of one and one-third fare on
the certificate plan will apply on all
the railroads entering Portland from
points In Oregon, Washington, Idaho
and California north of Reedvllle.
A large attendance and big exhibit
Representative saies are as iuuuws
28 calves ....
65 hogs ......
82 hogs '
A Stunning Evening Model
In Vtlvet end Silver Las.
--Kyi' if i
vai.vtr and aiLvra mm tumia .
A lovely rouibinstlou of velvet and
silver lure Is to be found tn the even
ing waist pictured. The foundation Is
of course sliver, net snd tuo nVliu
dratted bodice of heavy silver lace.
The short kimono sleeves sre eded
with silver ball fringe. A heavy silver
cord ornament studded with rhlne
stones through which Is drawn the ry
clsnien colored velvet relieves the one
tone effect snd sdds cblc to the bloune.
A new French fvsture Is the side
sash of silver net edged with ball
Eliot Fee Ses Frsnkness.
Dr. Churlea W. Eliot, president
emeritus of Harvard university. Is one
of those who believe tbst sex hygiene
should be laiiKlit In the public schools.
"The only alternative for education
In sex hygiene." be declared In a pa
per read recently by Dr. Luther II.
Oullck to the A merles n School Hy
giene assoclstlon. ls the prolongation
of the present awful wrongs and woes
In the eery vitals of civilization."
Dr. Eliot believes that to prevent
tbe disssters to the young that arise
from Ignorance systenistlc Instruction
should be given In tbe processes of
reproduction snd tbe consequences
tbst follow violations of tbe laws of
nsture. The policy of science has
failed everywhere." be urged. "If
any one protests that this edacstlonsl
process will sbolish Innocence and
make matter of common talk the ten
deceit and moat Intimate concerns In
human life let him cousldcr tbst vlr
tne and not Innocence la manifestly
God's object and end for humanity."
Fee the Summer Girl.
The lingerie. gown- for tbe summer
will not be of handkerchief or any
of tbe One linens If It Is strictly up to
date. Cotton voile In different degrees
of fineness baa taken tbe place of Un-
op awabisa aiaurr bmbmoxdbbi.
en In the dressmaking world this sea
son. Embroideries that play so con
spicuous a part on these costumes Is
of a mingled besvy and light weave.
Bat as there must be an exception to
every rule tbe lingerie gown sketched
la composed almost entlroly of besvy
bnt very handsome English eyelet em
broidery. Feuntsln Dsslgnsd by a Woman.
Mlsa Blanche Nevln. the sculptor
who made the statue of General Muh
lenberg In tbe Revolutionary .hero
group In the capltol at Washington,
baa a fountain In brr back yard tn
Lancaster county. Pa., that baa at
tracted much attention. It la support
ed by the statues of four women, each
prominent In tbe history of tbe coun
try, one of them, being Mra, alary
Baker Eddy. " .
: A Gift With a Sting.
What do you think of tbe man .who
presented his wife with a set of dia
monds when married, each diamond
representing a year of her life,' and
who baa since given ber one on each
blrtbdsy, exacting that she wear them
all at oncer The worst of It Is that
be explains to every one of their
friends and acquaintances Just how hs
has managed tbe brilliant gift giving.
The farmers are beginning to wake
up. They think spring hss arrived.
Better take It a little alow. .
. Mrs. Alvtn Thompson and two child
ren, of Aurora, ar visiting at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Fish.- .; .: -
Mrs. Al Thompson has been suffer
Ing with a severe attack of la grippe.
Len Aaktng r. going Into the dairy
business., r ,. ,.,.--.
v. - i.
For Tune iioiiille re
move' (lie pit from a
large cupful of stewed
prunes snd chop flue.
Add tbe whiten of three
eggs snd hulf a cupful
of sugur beuten to a
stiff froth. Mix well,
turn . Into s buttered
dlxb and bake thirty
minutes In a moderate oven. Serve
with whipped cream. If It Is doftlred
to cook this tn Individual cus butter
tbe cups, fill only two-tbirds full to
allow for puffing up of the eggs and
set the cups In a pan of water to
bake. Home like a diiati of cinnamon
Another recipe for prune whip In
lilib t bo making Is omitted Is espe
cially rk b..- Take one pint of stewed
prunes. one-tblrU pint of thick cream.
whltea of sit eggs and raxpberry or
loganberry Jelly. After tlmroiighly
draining the prune pit tbem and rub
them throuitb a columler, but avoid
rubbing the skins tliroiiKh as much as
posMlble. Beat tbe whites of tne egg
to a stiff froth, then by decrees bent
this Into sifted prunes. If not nwH
enough to suit tbe tuste sdd a tet
siioonful of sugar.
Tbe delicacy of this dlnti deemls
Isrgely uhu the thoroiiKbness with
which tbe Ingredients sre beaten to-
gethea When well beuten together
pour Into a gluits dish. Whip tbe cream
snd spread evenly over the top of pudding,-
theufleek "the-whlpjied "cream
with bits of tbe Jelly. Serve with
cream or. If preferred, with a custard
made from tbe yolks of six eggs.
" Chleksn Pis.
Two medium sized chickens, one
pound of raw sausage, one slice of
onion, a few berbs. a little chopped
parsley, seasoning of salt and pepper,
two cupfuls of cold water, one heap
ing tsblespoonful of 'powdered gela
tin, some pastry, oue raw egg, one
bard cooked egg and a few slices of
cold bam. , 1 -
Cut tbe . chickens Into neat, small
Joints and take out the bones. Skin
tbe ssusagos. Put the bones, necks
and gizzards Tnto a pan with enough
cold wster to cover them; also tbe
onion, herbs snd scaHonlng. (Let all
simmer gently for an hour snd a half.
Put a layer of chicken tn a pudding
dish, then some slices of cold ham and
bard boiled eKg- Sprinkle over these
some chopped, parslejr, pepper and salt
Repest these Isyers till tbe dish is full,
thtTJjoGr In tbe cold water. Put on
tbe lid of pastry. Decorate It with
leaves of pastry, glaze It with beaten
egg and bake for two hours In a quick
oven to 4eg1n with and then In a
cooler. Whea It la done lift out tbe
center ornameut and pour In tbe stock
msde from tbe bones.
Stswe Thst Are Good te Est
A variation of tbe old time Irish
stew bas tbe meat cooked with toma
toes, peppers and potatoes In place of
the usual carrots an4 other vegetables.
For a brown stew cut the cooked or
uncooked meat In pieces, roll tbem In
flour and fry tbem brown In drippings.
Then turn In hot wster and boll until
tbe meat la within fifteen minutes of
being tender. Add pots toes cut In
pieces, a green pepper or two with
tbe seeds removed, and cut In' pieces
a sweet red pepper or two prepared
In tbe same wsy and a half, cupful of
tomatoes. Season with salt, pepper
and a little paprika.
, C'siw Fritters.
. Tbe following batter Is excellent for
clam fritters:., Sift a pint of flour with
a teaspoonful each of salt, auger and
cream of tartar and half a teaspoonful
of aoda. Add a tableapoonful of melt
ed butter, one egg and balf a pint of
milk. Mix the flours sugar, salt, soda
and cream of tartar together and rub
through a sieve. Whip the egg till
very light and stir' It into tbe milk.
then beat It gradually Into the dry in
gredients. When the batter is smooth
stir a very scant pint of chopped clams
Into It, taking care not to add enough
clam Juice to moisten It too much. Fry
on a hot griddle.
For neapolltan cske prepare two
cake batters, one white and tbe pther
yellow, and divide each batter Into two
parts. Color one balf of the white bat
ter a beautiful pink and leave the
other half white. Color and flavor oue
half of the yellow batter with choco
late. Bake each of the cakes In layer
form and when cold place the layers
together with a nice soft Icing flavored
with orange Juice. The yellow layer
may be flavored with orange Juice If
desired and tbe white flavored with
vanilla or almond. Tbe pink may be
flavored with strawberry or rose.
, Pepper Nuts.
One pound of pulverised sugar, one
pound of flour (very scant), three eggs,
two ounces of cbopied citron, one ts
blespoonful of cinnamon, one-quarter
of a teaspoonful of cloves, one-quarter
of a teaspoonful of pepper, one-quarter
of a pound of chopped almond
meats. Boat the sugar and eggs one
hour, then add the other Ingredients,
tbe citron last. ' Put tn. little !umi In
greased pen. Bake In moderate oven.
. An Attraotiva Sundae.
For an attractive sundae prepare a
vanilla ice tream. divide It among as
many sherbet glnases ns there are
guests to be served and sprinkle each
with minced nut meats and pour
around It some finely flavored simp
from a Jnr of the best preserved gin
Mr- McGenlcle's were visiting at
Mf. Carothera' Sunday,
A few good farms for sale day
to day. Don't like to lose old friends.
Clarence Miller has moved onto the
Oarrett place, the GarretU having
moved to the country.
C, Miller la certainly O. K. for road
boss. . . ) .
Our Mayor O. W. Townsend, will
leave for Esstern Oregon In a few
weeks. Don't know who will take the
chair then but we wish him good luckt
Phil Miller ! hauling lumber these
fine days. -
Prank Miller, of Aurora, was auto-
Ing on or streets Sunday. .
Miss Alice Rltter spent Sunday at
tbe home of her brother at Hubbard.
Walt Noblitt apent Sunday In Ore
gon City with his fsther.
Mrs. Johnson and daughter, Edith,
Miss Myrtle Smith, Mrs. C. Miller,
Mrs. A. Elliott, Mrs. Ray Fish were
Sunday visitors at Mrs. Cbss. Noblltt's
Mrs. J. La lor waa calling on Mrs.
. Otis Townsend spent Sunday at the
home of bis sister. Mrs. J. Ogle, of
The Improvement Club hss struck
the Needy people. Asklns Bros, are
building a barn for Mr. Oalor and the
Noblitt Bros, are building fences.
Mr. Long Is fencing and closing up
his ranch. Ills brother-in-law, of Mar
quant. Is helping htm.
Mr, Stewle is working for C. Crsl-
tress In the hopyard.
Miss Annie Teal Is going to stay
with Mrs. Frank Fish for the summer.
Mr .and Mrs. A, Elliott are moving
to Needy, and they are. very welcome.
Hoethey will stay.
Mr. McOanlcles has moved back to
his farm again after being gone for
two years. We are gld-to have him
The roads are becoming dried np
so the autos are out running at full
Our road supervisor hss been work
ing on a new road near the Molalla
J. W. Eby bas been hauling bay
from Mrs. Grimm's.
Mrs. Eugene Mitts bas been taking
care of Mrs. F. Hilton, who bas bad
Miss Schults Is going to work for
Mrs. Frank Hilton. .
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mitts and daugh
ter Lncy attended Rebekah Lodge at
professor Jake Mitts visited bis
parents Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. B. Drier baa been visiting ber
sister In Portland.
Miss Lela Russell died after a few
days' Illness of pneumonia last week
In the 17th year of her life. Remains
were Interred In tbe Adams' Ceme
tery. Carl Ramshy, who recently got
caught "chasing" sawlogs, by both
feet, cracking some bones, will, be
about the house for a few months.
Uncle Jake Harless has the "Big
gest Bell" In town swinging in his
church tower, and when he rang It
last Sunday tbe base tone seemed to
Hear! Hear! All ye Molalla people.
Hear! Hear! My "music" In the
Sandy experienced for the first time
a most unfortunate occurrence, tnat
Of a double funeral when the bodies
of, James Pitman and Richard WblU
were - laid to rest In Firhlll cemetery
under the auspices of Sandy lodge I.
O. O- F. These men lost their lives In
tbe boiler explosion - at Estacada
March 4. when 7 men lost their lives.
James Pitman and Richard -Wblte
were well known here and were act
ive members of Sandy Lodge I. O. O.
F. No. 195. Their relatives and
friends will grestly miss them. James
Pitman was 33 years or age, ana
leaves a daughter 8 years old, 2 sisters
and 2 brothers to mourn his loes.
Richard White was 31 years old and
a native of Maine where some of his
John McCormack. 12 year old son of
Michael McCormack, was accidentally
shot last week while trying to kill a
hawk with a 22 rifle. Ball entered
under the riba on tbe left side and
Dsased uo back of the lungs. He waa
taken to tbe Good Samaritan hospital,
Portland, and la doing nicely.
Ten-year-old son of Mr. Brooks was
accidentally shot last week with a
22 rlflie, the bullet entering the breast
just over tbe Heart. He was aiso lag
en to Good Samaritan hospital In Port
land and there are hopes he may re
We are having more rain, seems
as If we were going to have more win.
Mr. I. Cook and son of Clarkes, were
seen passing througn our ourg sun
Mr. and Mrs.- B. O. Dix made a trip
to Oregon City Saturday ana visited
the letter's parents Sunday.
Our teacher Is able to teach again.
Mr. F. L. Sagar had the misfortune
tn rat a had allver In his band last
week, which gives him some trouble.
Rev. Smith and wife are out on their
new farm at nresent.
We are glad to hear Mrs. Chris
Hornschuh Is recovering from her Ill
ness. We hope she Is soon able to be
Laat Friday about noon a neighbor
went through Dixie ana aiscoverea
rtarar nix's house waa on Are. If it
hadnt been for him passing and see
ing It Just when be did It would likely
hsve burned down as Mra Dix was
out at the time and not where she
could see that side of the roof. It
burned a large hole In the roof but
was soon extinguished as there were
several men at hand.
Mr. Sagar Is seen quite often In our
little city now-a-days. I wonder ?
We are all wondering
Farmers are now planting their ear
ly potatoes. It will soon be time to
plant all kinds of early garden.
Subscribe for the Enterprise. It Is
only $1.75 per year. And Is the best
little paper for general newa we have,
MACKSBURG. ' ' '
Tbe early spring prediction is be
I.. nifliiut in tha hiiridlnar nlsnts. and
in the bird-orchestra that greets the
ear on waking in the morning, me
weather continues charming with sun
ia wnrthv th hranh of a Metssonlerc
and the school children have begun
to bring their uanal spring offering oi
wild flowers. The Spring-beauty be
ing tbe first to tell us that tbe winter
The grubbing and the wire fence
building go on at a rate that promises
a speedy termination of the black
stump and xlg-xag. fences reign In
Mr. Adolf Greenwood,, who waa tak
en suddenly HI while at work a few
weeks ago, has fully recovered.
Mr. waiter Greenwood has also re
covered from a recent severe Illness.
George Walsh Is still grubbing for
Mr. Sol Strubhar.
Mr. and Mrs. N. 8. Strubhar are
getting over an attach of tbe grip.
Mr. Baldwin received a pleasant vis
it from George Walsh on Friday. '
Miss Maud Nebo haa returned to her
studies at the Oregon Agricultural
College In Corvallls.
Th MIbsm Katie snd Ullle Harms
have been 111 with th grip the past
A. A. Baldwin was a visitor in Port
land Saturday and Sunday. -
Ferdinand Kraxberger la setting out
several thousand hop vines.
Orsnr Graves hss moved Into his
new bouse near Marquam.
- Clifford Graves wss busy Thursday
and Friday hauling wood to the school
Bids for next year's wood for tne
school sre open till the night of Sat
urday, March 11.
Mr. Haag's horse stepped on some
thing which caused a sore foot
Mr, Marquardt waa In town on Mon
day. Mr. Dot tern I Her Is plowing and get
ting ready to sow oata.
Mr. Haag went over to Mr. Moser's
. Mr. nan re r and son, Albert, from
Colton, were In town on Monday;
Mr. Marshall finished np sawing on
their Highland farm. -
Bd Uual was out digging post holes
Harvey Carutbers, the cream hauler,
had a little break down laat week.
The Griffith Bros, are taking out
rocks and stumps In their yard.
Mrs. Cummins went to Eastern Ore
gon last week. . . -
Mr. and Mr. Maison were In town
Mr. and Mrs. Maxson spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Lee.
Tbe farming In this vicinity was
brought to a bait by tbe unexpected
rain Friday evening, but now tbe In
dications are for fair weather and we
hope the good work may continue
Andrew Formark who left our
neighborhood some time sgo, Is work
ing for a Jewelry Arm In Portland, and
says the city life agrees with him
-MrSr-AXJ Yoder and Miss Nell
Yoder called on Miss Emma Kousbak
Friday and spent a pleasant afternoon.
Jim and Walter Watson were seen
on our streets Sunday- afternoon.
Mrs. L. B. Yoder and Mrs. T. Sconce
visited with Mrs. Fred Watson last
Fred palmer'a two boya made a trip
to Yoder's mill last Saturday and got
material for a new lawn fence. Mr.
Palmer la an enthusiastic farmer as
well as a very successful R. F. D.
man and we hops be will continue to
deliver our mall for years to come.
Mr. and Mrs. Jar Bunting, of Wooo-
burn, spent the week end visiting W.
H. Yoder and family.
Dick Lampman, one of the busiest
men of our neighborhood, accidentally
tried the waters of Rock Creek one
night last week. Dick says there Is
plenty of water but advises the boys
to wait a while longer before taking
tbelr annual hath.
Mlsa Drucilla' Yoder. of Neeay. is
spending a few days with W. IL Yoder
and family. . ,
Mrs. T. IL Sconce left tor romana
last Thursday and will spend the week
end with her daughter. Miss Amy,
who Is attending the Portiana Busi
F. FL Morrison sold a number of rat
hogs last week and got the top price
by dealing with W. Vtcx, me uoenu
Clarence Yoder. who Is employed
In tbe Sllverton saw mill, waa home
ou a sick leave last week. He will
heirin work' again tbe 6th.
Mra Glger and daughter, Lora,
spent Friday with Mrs. J. Lehman, of
J. B. Yoder Is yet In the clutches of
the grip and will not return to tbe
o. a. c. for a few days.
Miss Anna Thell' has been engaged
by Mrs. F. E- Fish as assistant house
keeter and will begin work tne ttn.
Little Gwendolyn, the youngest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Watson,
had a narrow escape from being seri
ously burned last Wednesday after
noon. She was playing near an open
Are when In some way her little skirts
were trolled and she ran screaming
toward the house. The quick work of
her mother In smothering the flames
saved the child from serious injury.
Herman Olson has finished his con
tract of grubbing for the saw mill
man and la now looking for new fields
George Mallatt, of Tygh Valley, has
been spending a few days' tn this vi
cinity visiting relatives and friends.
He left Monday for his home accom
nanled by his brother, Arthur.
Henry Turner has moved to Oregon
Pltv to reside.
Farmers are busy getting ready for
the spring seeding, some already
Dlowlng. the ground being In fine con
dition. The late cold weather has not
inlured the fall grain, apparently.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace were visiting
at Macksburg Sunday.
There waa quite a crowd at spelling
school Friday night and a good Inter
est taken. The school Is being con
ducted by Ross Eaton. A spelling
school properly conducted is a credit
to any community.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wallace are stay
ing at Mrs. Scharffs during her ab
sence In Eastern Oregon, where ahe
was called last week by the death of
Miss Inex Snodgrass has been on
the sick list for a week, having to
dismiss her school and come home.
Her sister, Gladys, took her place
this week and will try her hand at
school teaching. '
Mrs. McDonald haa moved to Dan
Graves' shingle mill where she expects
to work this summer.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
The partnership heretofore existing
under the firm name of Story t Thom
as, having been dissolved by mutual
consent, all liabilities of the firm are
assumed by Owen G. Thomas and all
accounts due the firm are payable to
the aforesaid Owen O. Thomas.
Dated at Oregon City, Oregon, this
24th day of February, 1911.
E. F. STORY,
OWEN a THOMAS.
Wants, For Sale, Etc
Notices under these classified headings
will be Inserted at on oent s word, first
tnaertlon, half a cant additional Inser
tions. One Inch card, tl Jar month; half
Inch card, (4 lines) tl per month.
Caah muet accompany order unless one
haa as ooen aooount with the paper. No
financial reeponalbtllty for errors! whar.
arrora oeeur free eorreete4 notice will S
printed for patron. Minimum cnarse Uo
WANTED A place l
In a private family
WANTED Experienced girl for gen -
eral housework In family of three.
Apply at Huntley Bros.' Co. I
FOR SALE 16-foot gasoline launch,
2 Mi horse power. Enquire R. IL
Trulllnger, Postofflce, Oregon City.
FOR BALE Space In this column
Bell that, old plow or harrow; yon
don't us It since 1 you purchased
your new on. ...
FOR SALE Mare, 10 years old, kind.
true, 1700 lbs. Trial given. Price
$175. M. A. Hansen, New Era,
Car R. Kell.
LAUNCH FOR SALE 19 feet long. 5-
horse, 2-cylinder engine; speed 9 or
10 miles; does not leak; la fine con
dition. Will sell for $200 If taken
at once. I need that amount now as
part payment for speed boat. H.' O.
Ttetze? Canejpab, Ore.,' or address
H. G. Tletze, Oregon City, Ore. ?
75 acre tract good land, no rocks, 8
miles from Oregon City, 1 miles
from O. W. P. csr line. Good fruit
land. Cut Into 7 and 14 acre tracts,
1100 to $226 per acre. Enquire of .
D. K. Bill A Co., Room 9. Beaver
Bid., Oregon Clty
FOUND Black overcoat, Saturday
nlgbt on Main street Owner msy
have same by proving property.
and paying for this notice.
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR.
HARRY JONES Builder and General
Contractor. Estimates cheerfully
given on all classes of building
work, concrete walks and reinforced
concrete. Rea. Phone Main 11L
O. D. EBY, Attorney-at-Law, Money
loaned, abstracts furnished, land
titles examined, estates settled, gen
eral law baslness. Over Bank of
Oregon City. "
U'REN A SCHUEBEL, Attorneys-. t-
Law, Deutacher Advokat, will prac
tice In all courts, make collections
and settlements. Office In Enter
prise Bldgw Oregon City, .Oregon, . .
AB8TRACTS OF TITLE.
V. R. HYDE, Abstract Oif ice
Land titles Investigated, conveyan
cing, notary public. .
Room 7. Barclay Bldg, Oregon City.
E. H. COOPER, For Fire Insurancr
and Real Estate. Let us handle
your properties we buy, sell and
exchange. Office in Enterprise
Bldg., Oregon City, Oregon. . -
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FREYTAO 4b SWAFFORD. Real Es
tate Dealers, have choice bargains
In farm lands, city and suburban
homes, good fruit lands and poultry
ranches. See us for good buys.
Near 8. P. depot
SECOND HAND FURNITURE,
MANY TIMES you can buy Just tbe
article you want. Just aa good as
new, at a small fraction of the cost
of new, If you go and see YOUNG,
tbe second hsnd man. His collec
tion contains New and Second Hand
Furniture, Hardware, Tools, Curios,
etc See him; It costs nothing to
Notice of Aaaessment For Twelfth
Notice Is hereby given that an i
assessment for the Improvement pf
Twelfth street, Oregon City, Ore
gon, from a point 105 feet westerly
easterly to tbe eaat line df Taylor
street has been levied and declared
by Ordinance No. 601 of Oregon
The whole cost of the said Im
provement la $25,961.06 and the as
sessments are now due and payable
and will bear Interest at tbe legal
rate from and after tbe 18th day of
March, 1911. and will become delin
quent on tbe 17th day of April. 1911,
after which time the property
against which tbe assessment la
levied may be sold for said assess
ment, and a further penalty fifteen
per centum. t . t -
Tbe property assessed for said
Improvement lies on both sides of
the part of said Twelfth street pro
posed to be Improved and between
tbe line tannest irora sam port ui
said Twelfth street of the second
tier of lots therefrom and said part
of said Twelfth street; also that
part of tracts not platted which are
between-the said part of aald
Twelfth street on both aides there-'
of and a line parallel therewith and
100 feet therefrom. -
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