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' M0UN1NQ ENTEKPRI8E,-FKIDAY, MARCH 10,-1911. ; . : v......
THE CHICAGO STORE
Pays the highest pftc (or Second Hand Goods
We boy And sell Second Hand Clothes
W lo do cleaning and pressing
405 MAIN ST., OREGON CITY
i.,.. in. large fat Norway mackerel,
in, lit HrrU' r,'rir'
L Tmld. of Molalla. ba. purchaaed
n,. ford r K,,lott "d r',rh"
'rknir. office room, la Qambrluu.
JJ- learn heat. J- Tubln.
ih'ii I Nul, of Bherwood, waa In
JL tit, on business Thursday.
5 M"-fl,",n. of Krtm,r'. w" ,n
Oregon i-liy on Thursday.
rutrre Wright, of Liberal, was In
Oregon City on Thursday on bu1'
v To will go ,,,n lo fln
L rini aa ' i'ure White," II 48 a
frank Hull, of Cascade Locks, wa.
b orrtt" on Wednrsdsy, and
inrrnl at the Electric Hour
Msrl Jon'; ad of William Jones,
i Mullno U very III wlib pneumonls
gad a tr.in nurse la In attendance.
a purt, rmKiaiHl of Miles' Clinton,
tA Trnori.ti. Cal and Milt 1'rlra. want
lo WmNlburn Wednesdsy evening and
returned .homo Thuraday,
. H A Montgomery, of Centralis,
Wain traiianctlng business In
Oregon t'"y Wednesday and Thura-
ur y r .
Thud Ktii.D. a brother of IJvy Htlpp.
vu In Oregon lily on i nursusy. iwr.
Stlpp I known farmer of Lib
ril The Sunday arhool traded . union
- will meet on Friday afternoon at I
t'elork at te nspiisi. cnurcn. nri,
ay A Whit win learn mi pn-iinun
1 ary let 'or next Sunday.
- Any Intelligent person may earn a
upo Income corresponding ior nw
eitwrlehco unnecessary. Bend
Mima for full particulars. . Empire
PTMi Syndicate, Mlddleport. N. T.
Tb Mountain View Improvement
Club "HI m",t Curran hall this
aranlng. and the election of offlrera
will taka place. Utner DUeinea. win
w. ikhan mi .
m r- j .
d j. ThlTWla. formerly of Wlno-
. . I J .J t. -
Si, Minn, liui wno nas reaiueu tur ipi
put two years In Portland, where be
Ii reprentliig the Dal ion adding ma
chine, wss In Oregon City Thuraday,
tad whlin here vlalted wltb J. R.
Brarndlr, who la alao from Winona,
Putting U New Store.
CaWla KiM hfr, of Canby, waa In
'Orrfon t'lty on Wedneaday on bual
Mt In Tonnertlon with the farming
Impltmrnt houae hla father, A. Koch
r, U mtabllahlDg- here. Andrew
-Korhar wa here and la baring the
grhrara building, which be will occu
py, rvouKb lod. New ahelvlng and an
offtre la Ix-ing Installed, and much of
the farm tnai hlnery Is arrlrlng. Th
More room aouth of the 8rhram store
room hu alHo been rented by Mr.
Kocher, who will put In a line of
wtfont and bugglee. They will re
Ula tWr ettabllahment in Canby,
their bona, having Juat finished one
of the tout up-to-date bungalows In
that efty The grounda have been
bfotllKl, and cement walks cod-
PEOPLE POINTED OUT
Mrs. Charles Spangler, of Caxua, la
nry III at her home with pneumonia.
MIm Clara Koerner, or 8t Johna,
u In Oregon City on Thursday rlatt
Ing with frlenda.
Mra. J. W. Cole, who has been very
10 with la grippe, la able to be out
' Mrs. Wlrkham, whoae home la on
Sixth and Monroe atreeta, Is very low,
and her condition Is serious. -
Mra. J. W. Jonea has gone to Port-
Itad, whfre abe will visit for a few
iyi. ' . f
Mia Clara Koerner, of Bt Jobna. a
former teacher In the Oregon City ,
KhoolH, wan In the city Thuraday calU
kf on her girl frtnda. j
Mra. Frederick Gurapert, of Port
Und, In vlHltlng with her parenta, Mr.
tnd Mm (. A. Deckel, of Mount Pleas
Mr. Andrew Robertaon, formerly In
in grocery bualneaa on Bevenin
treet, was In Oregon City on bualneaa
' " : . .
- J!". McC"lnd, da'ignter
vi ricu met ituniauu, ie tvij 111 wim
pneumonia ut the family residence on
Mr. Fnwik Jaggar, of Cam., one or t
ll, I . la. . I . I II J V
" Den, ii not tne nasi roaa-ouiiuer a
In (he county, waa In Oregon City on
Mra niiiM, it.n.it nfDnttlind t
siting with her alater. Mra. Deutte. X
M fifth at root. She I. alao looking
-"i iMuyrrijr iniereaia nere.
' Meiirs. Harry DM per, Roy Young
Mn r. Clark Ur im and Wm. M.
Bton. compoHndi.a ''box party" to at-
ttni tht nerformanra at the ICIeotrlO T
5"trs Wednesday night.
Sri. rted Woldner went to Portland !
" Tharsdar, where she will visit wltb 1
Jr "tighter, and will probably un-.;;
rK0 a luralpnl xninilnn at tha hna ' .
ltl befor. her return to Oregon City.
It Wouldn't Pay
A Poor Article-
Nor . proposition of doubtful merit or honesty for ad-readera,
"diys, are DISCRIMINATING. They know valuea thsy know
GENUINE things, genuine opportunities.
Any artlole which can ba Bold by advertising Is, by that teat, a
GOOD article. YOU are) safe In' buying 'a thing which has "stood
th fir. of publlolty."
, Tht maksr of wld.ty advsrtlssd artlole, or commodity, I. at
yi on trial for hi. bual nes. Hf. H. cannot ihlrk, nor ch.spsn his
Product snd this la the best possible 'protsctlon for the consumer.
Vou sr. SAFE. Inbuylng adv.rtl.ed things It's the loglo - of
""day, buslnss. conditions. - -
Mlaa Olive lllalev haa raiurn&if tn
bar home at Hlaley, after a few daya' 30 tendered aa a token of es
vlalt with her slater, Mlaa Ethel, who um-
Is a student or the University of Ore- Automoblllng la vary much like the
Mra. noehl. of Molalla avenue. hn
haa been very III. la luinrovlna and
her son, William Jouea. of Carua. who
o, vlaltlng her, has returned to
tack ot typhoid fever, la confined to
:.,T:",n w" " T'r" '"'CK f"
airs. Aimer liuuo, woo recently!
went to. Gladatoue, where she la re-1
celvlng medical treatment at the hoe-
pltal, undor the care of Mrs. B. Har-
rinrrnn, m imm-oving. and will soon
o aui 10 return 10 uregon Ulty.
Utile Ueorgle I'uaey, son or Mr. and
Mra. George Tuney, or (eleventh and
Main atreeta, la Improving rapidly
from hla acvere attack of typhoid
fever, and la now able to take nourish-1
mem, Alt hough very weak be la able
to alt up.
Mr. Alllaon. whoae borne la at Moun-
lain View, and who has been confined 00 Aubrey Wood's farm, and proapect
lo hla bed for the nasi rear. Buffered Ing ror oil will aoon begin.
from a relapse yesterday. Mr. AIM-
son, whoew Both birthday occurred on
last Hiiturday. waa able to partake of
a birthday dinner prepared by bfa
ii. -uN,,,!.. .., w vi i. I
bavins linprovementa made on hla
a I S . n l"niww V btiuuimpiii w iv w a aev i
place In the way of building of poultry
ktiiua iki . .. iV .kI
poultry bu.lnea.7hl. ywr The build-
fng . being con.lrucled by John Gil-
lett. Mr. Wln.low ha. already manyT'" " "u "V " ,Jv " -young
chlckena out. . daughjers. E31Ien and Bllabb.
Dr. and Mrs. JI. R. Nehrbajiwho
have been spending their honeymoon I
In California, returned to Oregon City
oo WfHlneaday evening. Tbey bave
ben "Pending some time at Ban , W-
ego. Mrs. Nehrbss wss formerly Mia.
Maude Ksrr, daughter of Mr. and Mra.
Newton Farr. of thla cltr
Mra. Evaoa, or Portland, the mother
or Melbourne Kvane. was In the city
Thursdsy looking up the matter or The epeclal taauo or Sunday's morn
the ssddle bags thst wer left behind ng Enterprise Is a fine booster for
by thst young msn when he was here ciackamaa Ceunty. and is a credit to
on ble way to the Mt Hood country
couple or weeks ago. Mia. Evans I
thinks ber boy Is sadly abuaed but I
admit a that he did not want to go tojagaJn on account or the winds, and
achool and that he waa pushed ahead I talking haa been aa difficult a. In
regardleaa or bla wlahe. In the matter. I olden time" confualon of tonguea.
JOHN L.'S SILT USKD FOB
Many years sgw a uumber or
flgbt game followers wbo loved
John L. Sullivan aa a cbninplon
pooled HUKXJ and bought a beau
tiful gold and diamond cbam-
I plouahlp lielt. The belt, which
T weighed alxteen kuui1s. Is solid
Z gold Inlaid wltb 3.V) dlamouds.
X many of which are over the
f carat la alae. At that time Sulli
van waa the greatest ever, aod
bla frlenda swore by bint on any
and everything be eald. Today
John L. Sullivan Is doing a atage
stunt In order thst be may live.
and that 111,000 belt la being f
sent from city-to city around the -X
country, being exhibited In sa
loons and other public places.
At tbe present time It la being
exhibited In a cafatn Columbus.
Om and It doe not Wong to old T
John L. It la tbe property of a
T corporation, which lease. It ror a
m consiaersnon . to cntcrprimng
T manager, or boose emporiums.
ana a a snow window cam it is
T said tO be a money maker. It
X doe. not look to be worth 111,000.
Read tbe Morning Rnterprlae.
Jape te Play Baseball In U. S.
A Japanese baaeball team Is to In-
Ta(jt the United States, landing at San'
Francisco In April. Gsmes will be
pi,yea tn Chicago. Boeton. St. Louie
and other cltlea. The Japanese wUl re-
turn boni , September or October. - -
jhIS IS A BASEBALL REC
One hundred and forty-one X
" on ball. In thirty game, la
going 6me. Bat when the aame
I pitcher hits twenty-nine batter.
and Issues eleven wild pitches
sld pitcher Is going even soms
more. Pitcher Bsusweln of Lav
renaa' elnh at Tharlotta. In h
Carolina association, wa. the
pitcher who thus averaged six
battery errors to a gam last
Cheater Corbatt Is preparing to
ave for the Grande IUnde oountry
tbla week, where he eipecta to make
u. lumrt noma, we all wlah him
jood luck though' we are sorry to see
later, riev. Carl J. Reuhard and fam
ily. Hpeocbea of welcome aod com
mendation were given In Minniinn
with the reaular lithnr lama nvn.
I gram In the afternoon, a rura
icninamana definition of oaatlnc:
.Bw,,,n' walkee back a mile." lan't
ll Oacar, and then aomeT
.. Mr"- B- Jn"n haa been on the alck
1 'V.,! 'w .y.r ? btUr- .
"u eiuiin iMrvy wr no me
nM Ul .a m j
" '"' "'.It. for curl. I.Utner.
. The little daughter of Mr. and Mr.
I rsi Ml iJ til. t.M.H 111 ..Ilk I
''a ii mm gyvrii m Willi l saSfiawsj,
Mr. iiethun. mnt m Pnnt.nit nn
Helen Murray a pent Saturday in
Mr. and Mrs. John Dutaon went to
the Roae City on Friday.
Mlaa B. M. Graham ha. gone on a
trip to Ioa Angelea, Cal.
I Mary Iirobat spent Baturday and
I Sunday at borne.
The river haa been very rough late-
ly and the white cape have the appear
ance of ocean waves.
The toola have been ordered ror uaa
Henry Aden Is Improving bis store
n' making room for hla aplendld
of new spring goods.
Elmer Jonea went to Newberg on
Tuesday on bualneaa.
ine lecture ny nr. waiters on Bat
.1 """" w" appreciaieu
. . -
by those who were fortunate enough
" ,M"' Bro,i"tfcwrl,?VtDV hjt ,T?lhI
" " d"'lht.,.u' "d
ij pr,..rnPt i, nnt - r- mi...
r a EOOj (Dng '
. MP..i. mrM.
dPnt on B.tUrday evening while grind-
, fMI(, b fettln ,,, ctvKbl ,n
,h- machn,ry( bai,y i.cer.ting It and
cu, h of ,hrM of h,g nn
Dr. UttleOeld, or Newberg. waa
called and th band la doing aa well
could be eznected.
th printer aa well aa the artlata and
The telephone has been mixed up
The Boland place waa sold lately
through 'tbe agency of Mr. Botson.
Mr. lloland'a many frlenda will be
sorry to learn that he la undergoing
a serious surgical operation In the
There will bo a social given at the
Corral Creek school bouse on Friday
evening, March 17th to which every
one Is cordially Invited. The program
la a splendid one, consisting ot a
farce, recitations and songs. Baskets
of lunch and cakes will be sold at the
Zcloeof the entertainment, and the
proceed, will go to tbe 'organ fupd
for tbe aohooL
Dor la Young returned on Saturday
lo Corvallla. after enjoying the mid
winter vacation at home. Dorli will
graduate In June, but will, return to
the college for post-graduate work
having been offered a remunerative
position In one of the leading depart'
menta of the college.
Henry Aden went to the Roae City
Monday on business.
Ray Baker apent a couple of days
laat week In Portland, vlaltlng bis
Joe Thornton, our hustling bank
caahler, spent Monday In Portland.
Mrs. Howard haa been vlaltlng rela
tives In the vlctnlty of Wllaonvllle.
Frances Lwrence, who I. attend
ing business college In Portland, spent
Saturday in Wllsonvllle. MI.. Fran
ce, haa a position In waiting for her
aa aoon aa .he graduate, from col
The beautiful new home of Mr. Har
rla, at 8t. Johna, was pictured lately
in the Telegram. Mr. Harris Is well
known here, being a brother of Mrs.
Ed and Alison Baker
Farmers are busy with plow and
harrow, getting In the grain, and no
doubt Wllsonvllle cropa will bo up to
the usual high standard thla year.
Potato buyer, from 8im Francisco
were going the rounda or the various
farms on Tuesasy,
Mrs. Rusk, an aunt or Mrs. Elmer
Jonea, from Eastern Oregon, la visit
Ing at the Jones home.
People doing bu.Ines. In Wilson
vllle lately were much Impresaed
with the site, style and convenience
or Jake Peters' new hardware store,
which Is thoroughly up-to-date In
every particular, Including hardware
and furniture line.. We are proud or
the fact that the work on thl. hand
some structure waa all done under
the direction or our village contrac
tor. Mr. Chalupsky.
Mr. and Mra. John But son, are Plan
ntng ror a trip to Europe thl. au ra
ni ex. and expect to start in the early
summer ror Mr.. Butson'a old home
The little child or Mr. and Mrs
Chapman died on Tueaday and waa
bnrled In the Hood View cemetery on
vt wuiivihamj, Ilia luuvim uqiub " i 1 u
one o'clock at the family resldenoe,
There will - be an entertainment
given at the Corral Creek school
house on Friday evening, March 17th
at eight o'clock, to which all are in
vited. The program will consist or a
farce, songs and recitations. The
farce is entitled, "Too Much of a Good
Thing," and will be played by the
best talent In the district or Corral
Creek. The personnel of the piay roi
lows: Mr. Perkins Mr. Jone.; Mrs.
Perkins Mrs. Aubrey Wood: Hattle
and Nellla Perkins Misses Esther
Nendel and Anna Batalgla: Fred
Rohuvler. the City Cousin-Ray Baker;
Tom Perkins, the Country Cousin-
Roy Nendel; Eunice Boyles feari
Raker: Jennie Cowper Anna Rela
nes; Polly, the wsltlng-mald Mlaa
Connie Thorn Dion. The young ladles
attending are Invited to bring baskets
of lunch, and the young men are of
fered tbe usual pleasing request of
bringing the money with which- to
buy the .bankets. All are cordially In
vited to come and enjoy Bt. Patrick's
Day Social, on the 17th or March, at
Corral Creek schoolhouse. . "- - i
This Is fine weather and will make
Mr. and Mrs. Will 1 Palmateer, of
Morgan, were tbe guests or relatives
In this place ror a few day. of last
Will Draglae. wa. a Poitland vis
itor last week.
Mlaa Carrie Ellla, a woman advent
preacher, was the guest of Mrs. How
lett a couple of day. or la.t week.
On Wedneaday evening abe preached
to a .mall congregation, and oo Thurs
day evening b gar. & lecture at
the schoolhouse. ,
Miss Lean Jonea returned borne
laat Friday after vlaltlng ror a few
days in rortiana and Vancouver.
H. O. Huntington Is on the sick
Wm. A. Baker, or Portland, was
out this way Sunday, and held ser
Vices at tbe schoolhouse at 11 A. M.
Mrs. R. B. Olbson snd Miss Rosa
Moehnke called on Mrs. Viola Doug
laaa, and daughter, Mlaa Bine, Bun
day afternoon. .
Orrln Cornlah I. working ror Will
H. B. Olbson sold his fine team,
which he recently procured In Ka st
ern Oregon, to tbe Alt brothers, the
other day. i '
Mlaa Ulna Douglaaa returned to
Portland Monday after a two daya'
visit at home. Her mother aocora
panted ber to Portland.
Some oT the farmers hava already
planted some potatoea.
The Watkina' man passed through
thla neighborhood $a..Tueaday.
Mlas Meda Mtarpby was the guest
or Miss Blna DoukIsm. Sunday even-
Mr. and Mrs. Will B. Jennings, of
Seattle, arrived on Saturday for u
fortnight's stay at the old homestead
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davy are spend
ing the week with the latter, parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Gerber, of Igan.
Mr. John Roberts and family are
very pleaaantly located in the Newell
bouse on the County Road.
The prayer meetings are being nice
ly attended, from eighteen to twenty
being the nana! attendance'. G. D.
Boardman wa. the leader on Thuraday
evening, February 23. ' '
Rev. Heverllng preached a very able
aermou from John 17:23 on Sunday
afternoon. The preaching aervlce. at
tbe Grace Chapel are held at 3 p. m.
every Sunday and tbe Sunday achool
one hour earlier, to which an Invita
tion ia extended to all.
F. O. Miller, wbo ha. been vlaltlng
hi. daughter, haa returned from a
pleaaant visit from Newport.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Clough have re
turned from a visit to Newberg.
A little baby girl came to gladden
tbe home of Mr. and Mrs. John Ro
berts on March 1.
H. H. Emmons arrived home from
San Francisco rti March 1st and his
trip was very beneficial to him. '
Mlas Susie Smith,, of Oregon City,
haa relieved her brother of keeping
bachelor hall and will look after his
household duties for him during the
Mr. C. P. Morse spent Sunday at
hla ranch at Yamhill.
Mr. and Mra. Grant Lowia. or Ra-
nler, have returned home kfur-a fow
daya' visit with tbelr sister, Mrs. U
The many friends of Mrs. Fred
Terry, who formerly resided here, snd
Mrs. Hurley, a former resident of
Rlsley, are glad to hear they very
much improved In, health since they
arrived In sunjsau OwMfotadaw. .They
together with Mra.CarrIe Pease and
Mrs. Anna LeRoy, are very pleasantly
located at Coronado, California.
Mra. Wilbur 8. Eddy and Utile son
of Oregon City, spent Wedneadsy of
last week with Mrs. Calvin Morse.
Ed Johnson Is again able to be
about without the aid of his crutches,
hsvlng suffered for the pa.t month
Mrs. Geo. E. Morse and Miss Scrip
tare, on Saturday laat, vlalted with
Mrs. Grant Chamberl or Fotiland
who haa recently come from Dubuque,
Iowa, to make her home In the Rose
Mrs. John F. Jennings, Mrs. Thos.
J. Spooner and Miss Edna Wester
field were among tbe guests on Thurs
dsy afternoon when Mrs. T. S. Clark
on ' entertained at her ahome in Ir
vlngton in honor of Mrs. Portland
Hunt Chase, of Buffalo, New York.
Mr. and Mra. Thlaa, of Corvallla,
apent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and-Mrs. Silas Scripture, of
Oregon City, were calling on . Lodge
frlenda on Sunday.-.
Mr. and Mr. Geo. Morse expect.
to leave Saturday for Salem, where
they will visit with T. W. Lewi, and
family. They will also visit at Cor-
vallls and Newport.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Finley attended
the funeral service of Miss Kathryn
Cuatc. which was held at the Finley
Chapel at 4 P. M. Sunday. Mlas Cuslc
wa. a prominent buajnea. woman of
Portland, having held a high position
In the large department atoro of Meier
A .Frank for some yeara. She had
lived for aome time with Mr. and
Mrs. J. P. Finley, or Portland.
Mra. Barnhardt la recovering from
a severe attack of pneumonia.
Miss Seattle, of Oregon City, vis
Ued with Mrs. J; Z. Jones on Tues
Mri and Mrs. Olln Ford have re
turned from their wedding trip which
they enjoyed In California and . Utah.
and a reception waa tendered them at
thai home of Re. Ford In Portland,
when all the relatives of the bride
and groom were present Mr. and
Mrs. P. D. Newell and Mr. Clyde Ne
well, parents snd brother of the bride,
were In attendance rrom tne L-oage.
The Community Club will have a
special meeting at the Bets green
house tonight (Wednesday)," when a
committee of the Oregon City Com
merclal Club will be present and talk
over the feasibility of extending the
County Road atralght through to Ore
gon City and a reduced car faro over
the O. W. P. The board of school
director, has granted the use or the
empty school room and It 1. thought
the next regular meeting, which I. the
first Wednesday In April, will be held
there, a. the rapidly Increasing mem
bership has made It neceasary to se
cure larger ouartera.
Tbe stationery which the Club had
ordered haa arrived, and a quantity
of It haa been sold and letter, are
being aent Eastward to help adver
tise this part or Ciackamaa County,
The Pastime Club, or Meldrum, met
at the home or Mrs. Erlckson, Mrs.
Morse, tbe president, presiding. The
afternoon waa apent In needle work
and cake and tea were served by the
hostess to the following ladies: Mes-
damea Meran, GUI. White, Gardner,
Morse, Freytsg, Wamblad, Powera,
Harris and Miss Scripture.
The quarterly meeting service will
be held at the Grace Chapel on Bun
day afternoon, March 19thr at I P. M.
Rev. Hornachuh will preach and ad
minister communion. In the evening
temperance program will bo given,
which, will be la charge of the tem
perance secretary of the Evangelical
chapel of this place.' A cordial invi
tation Js extended to all to these Mr
rloee. ' - i -
P. Berdlne departed laat Sunday for
Bull Run with crew aad outfit, where
he is to work for tbe Bull Run Water
Co. Accompanying him wss Frank
Ross, who will be the cook to mix the
dough and cook tbe mullgan.
The brass band of this place haa
two public engagements to furnish
muslo In the pear future? and on 8t.
Philip Bower, of Salem, recently
purchased for bis aged father the two
and one-half acre, of D. Spots near
this place. The aged father haa now
moved onto the tract. ,
Klmer Seeley last Friday moved his
family Into the cottage In tbla place,
which formerly belonged to M. Fou
ual. Mrs. E. Msy. bss her four lots all
ploughed and ready to plant potatoea.
Willamette last Sunday night was
well represented In tbe Baptist chnrcb
and all were well pleased by going.
The singing by Mr. Stoat ws. appro
elated by all
C. Kanney ha. hi. place fenced by
a fine woven wire, ploughed and all
ready for pumpklna and pop corn.
J. W. Rblner and wife made a bual
neaa trip to Portland Monday.
Mr. Downey, who own. the water
y.iem here, has made extenaive im-
provementa around the springs, In
cluding a new fence.
The Mountain View Improvement
Club waa represented at the meeting
of tbe Mt. Pleasant Civic Improve
ment Club on Tuesday evening, and
a debate on "Resolved, That alngie
tax la preferable to our present sys
tem,' wss one of the features of the
evening. Two of Mt. Pleasant de
baters did not show up, but tbe debate
waa carried on. Those from ihls'clty
taking part were J. Gorbett Sam. V.
Francis, George Roberta and J. E.
Calavan. Mountain View bad the af
firmative and won.
The Maple Lane Grange meets Sat
urday for an all-day session. The
principal order of business will be the
election of three delegate, to attend
the convention to be held at the court
There will bo preaching every Sun
day evening at Mountain View church
at 7:30. Emery C. Dye will preach.
Clinton Griffin I. on the alck list
having Injured his hand In tbe woolen
Will Edgeoomb and Albert Mautt
are kept buay this week plowing gar-
W. W. Everhart, of Molalla, was In
Oregon CltX-Xbursdsy all day and re
turned home with bla mother Friday.
Frank Sllvy haa an attack of la
A family- la moving Into the C. B.
Grandma Pratt ia able to be up
Mr. Morrison and family are moving
Into Mrs. Brooks' bouse, latcy vacated
by Geo. Haskell.
There waa preaching at tbe Moun
tain View church last Sunday even
ing by E. C. Dye,, who gave a very
Interesting talk. There waa a small
audience on account of measles being
prevalent. .Also some attended "the
i aiuKing evangelistic mmiug ai iuc
Baptist cnurcn. Mr. uye expects to
be hero -again - the SrsW Smtoay In
April at 7:30 P. Mi, when we hope to
have a larger audience to greet him
There waa a large' crowd at the
Improvement Club meeting last Frl
day evening, when W. S. U'Ren spoke
on Single Tax.
Clinton Criff'n haa gone to work
again after a lay-off of two weeks wltb
a so re hand.
Mr. Morrison and family have
moved Into Mrs. Brook', houae. late
ly vacated by George Haskel and
family, who moved Into their new
house nesr Duane street
William Edgecome and Al Mauts
are kept busy plowing gardena.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wlnslow have
moved Into the Osman houae.
Mrs. Ben Beard and son, of Sell-
wood, were the guests or relatives
here Saturday evening.
W, C. Williams, or Sellwood. spent
Saturday here among rnenas. ana
was the guest of his son. Horace ana
E. C. Osmon. of Prescott, Oregon,
was shaking hands with frlenda here
A. L. Jones, of Carua. spent Satur
day here with his mother, Mrs. J. P.
Roehl. who Is not Improving very rsp-
Idly In health.
Mrs. Elmer Dixon Is at the hospital
In Gladstone. -
Herman Brandt, who Is working in
a butcher shop In Portland, apent last
8unday at homei
Mrs. E. C SilUwell, of Bandon, was
vlaltlna- Mr. and Mra. R. M. C. Brown
and Mrs. Frank SUUwell Sunday.
Ben Hyson has returned from East
ern Oregon as his wife has the meas
les and pneumonia.
Cheater and Walter" Gorbett. of Col-
tpn, were In this burg Tuesday night
em-oute for Southern" Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wofatead started
for their new home In Vancouver, B.
C, on Monday of thla week.
Mrs. Msude Pace, of Fortiano. is
the guest of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. 8. Martin and daughter, las
sie, who were visiting relatives In
Madras, Oregon, returned nome mon-
Berrv Buckner. or wnnou, is Tinn
ing his sister, Mrs. J. Parrlsb.
Mra. Hattle Merrill ana aaugnier,
Blanche, of Portland, are visiting
friends tn this burg.
Mrs. S. V. Francis andMrs. F-bui-
la'rd are on the alck Hat. -
The nlano recital, given by pupils
of Miss Eva M. Felix assisted by Mr.
w. M. Rice Wednesday evening wa. a
grand auccea. and enjoyed by all pres
Wanted At Once!
. Oak Grove
FOR THE ,
Liberal term, to hustlers. See Mr.
Miller Circulation Department En
terprise, Oregon City Oregon.
ent Those taking part were aa fol
lows: Lillian Dlgnam. Grace Billings,
siary woe, Dora Nash, Florence Big-
ham, Ella Blgham,' Orrel Rose, Mr,
Rice. The young people certainly
showed tbelr training and their teach
or. Miss Felix, deserves much credit
Fred Hsrrts, Mrs. Harris, E. C. War
ren, L. E. Armstrong. J. M. Shupe,
Walter Harris and other, were . In
Oregon City Thuraday attending court
Thomas Graham .pent Thursdsy In
Oregon City. Mr. Graham I. from
Canada so this I. his first trip West
lie thinks Oregon Is all right.
Remember the band concert Sat
urday given by the Oak Grove girls'
band In Green's hall, March ii.
Mrs. Lillian Riley apent Thursday
in Sellwood with her sister and fami
One of our prominent farmer, haa
an automobile, a four paaaenger ear,
We will aee aeveral new autos running
around before the aummer I. over:
J. A. Dowllng and wife bave pur
chased a farm six miles from Van
couver, Wash., and will move there
Charles Snooks, or -Vancouver, apent
Sunday with hla parent, at the farm.
George Lazell. and A. IL Harvey
attended the Brotherhood banquet at
the Congregational church Tuesday
The little daughter of D. L. Boylan,
Cells. Is on the sick list. '
W. A. Dodds, master of Warner
Grange, was elected -as one of the
delegates to . Stat Orange . which
meets at Corvallki In May.
Tbe road supervisor, U Mattoon,
has a large force of men breaking rock
on William McCord's farm, so as to
be ready when the crusher . comes, aa
Twilight expects . to have a gravel
road to the top of the Kelland hill this
Tbe literary society held a very suc
cessful meeting last Saturday evening
In tbe hall. There was a large attend
ance and well prepared program. The
readings given by Mrs. Hornbradt, of
Portland, was very much appreciated.
- . CANBY.-- '. .
J. C. Ho tetter, rrom Woodburn,
passed through Canby en route to
Oregon City on Thursday morning.
Frank Dodge made a business trip
to Oregon City Thursday, spending the
C. O. Sannes sold his farm south of
town last week. At present we are
unable to give the name of the' pur
chaser. Conrad Sannes has also sold
part of his farm to the same party.
L. H. Tuft our jeweler. Is still quite
111. ' His condition has not Improved
as rapidly, as we had hoped. His son,
wbo is looking after the business In
tbe store, is kept very busy during
tbe absence of hla father.
Wilson Bvana is also on tbe alck
list He was unable to attend council
meeting Monday evening. . Charles
Brewer waa also absent on account or
stckness. , ,
Mrs. A. J. Burdette made a visit to
Oregon City Thursday. 8he Intends
to remain In the city for two day.
Tbe Ladles' Aid society, which held
its weekly meeting at the home of
Mrs. John R. Newton, wa. largely at
tended, and a good time was enjoyed
by everyone present
. Elizabeth Romig, the little four year
old daughter or Mr. and Mr. C. F.
Romig, ha. been quite Ul thl. week.
Mrs. Chris Craft, who was for some
time at the 8t iVncent Hospital at
Portland, is home again and we are
glad to report that she i. now feeling
Mr. John Zeek is constructing an
extensive arbor on his place In the
south pan of Canby. We learn that
he Is preparing to raise ginseng and
that the cultivation of It requires
C. F. Romig made a bualneaa trip
to the county seat and also to Port
lapd Thursdsy, March I. .
On Friday evening there la to bo a
meeting of tbe Sabbath school class
of young people of the M. E. church at
the home of ,C. F. Romig, their teach
er, the object being to organize a New
Movement Bible Class.
W. H. Balr Is diligently trying to
raise through the businesa men of the
city, enough money to oil the street,
of Canby before the dusty season
Sealed bids will be received until
10 o'clock a. m., March 15, 1911, at the
office of the Oregon City Commission
Company for the fixtures, stock, lease
snd business. Prospective buyers will
be shown the inventory of stock and
any other details. A certified check
for 10 per cent of amount must ac
company all bids.
Right Is reserved to reject any or
D. C. ROBBINS. Assignee.
Bsse Ball Sesson Opens.
The McLougblln second bsse ball
team played the Green Point team on
Wednesday afternoon, the score being
6 to 6. The game was started at 4
o'clock, and the star player or the
McLcuglina waa Percy Pollanx, and of
Green Point, "Pike" White. . These
two teams expect to do some good
playing during the coming base ball
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
The partnership heretofore existing
under the firm name of Story A Thom
as, having been dissolved by mutual
consent, all liabilities of the firm are
assumed by Owen G. Thomas and all
accounts duo the firm are payable to
the aforesaid Owen G. Thomas.
Dated at Oregon City, Oregon, this
24th day of February, 1911.
E. F. STORY,
OWEN a THOMAS.
Wants, For Sale, Etc
Notleea under these clasalflad headlnaf
will ba Inserted at on cent a word, first
htMitlon. half a cent additional Inser
tions. One Inch card. par month; ball
Inch card. (4 llnea) 11 per month.
Cash must accompany order unlesa one
hsa mn open account with the paper. Nc
financial responsibility tor errors: where
rrors occur free corrected notloe'Wlll be
printed for patron. Minimum Charge lac
WANTED Experienced girl tor gen
era) housework In family or three.
Apply at Huntley Bros.' Co.
FOR SALE Mare, 10 year, old, kind,
true, 1700 lb. Trial given. Price
$175, M. A., Hsnsen, New Era.
Cara R. Kelt
FOR SALE Space In thl. column
Sell that old plow or harrow; yon
don't use It since you purchased
your new one.
71 aero tract good land, no rock. I
mllee rrom Oregon City, 1 mile,
rrom a W. P. oar lino. Oood fruit
land, tut Into 7 and 14 acre tracts,
100 to 23S per acre. Enquire of
D. K. BUI A Co., Room I, Beaver
Bldg , Oregon C1ty -
FOUND Black overcoat, Saturday
night on Main atreet Owner may
bay. 'aame by proving property,
and paying ror thl. notice.
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR.
HARRY JONES Builder and Genera)
Contractor. Estlmatea cheerfully
given on all classes of building
work, concrete wslk. and reinforced
concrete. Res. phono Main ill.
0. D. EBY, Attorney-et-Law, Money
loaned, abstract, furnished, land
titles examined, estates settled, gen
eral law bualneaa. Over Bank of
Oregon City. . .
U'REN A SCHCEBEL, Attorneys-at-
Law, Deutscber Advokat, will prac
tice in all courts, msko 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.
W irwaw S Awviei UIMgj Wl VVU Viit
E. H. COOPER., For Fire Insurance
and -Real Estate. Let us handle
your properties we buy,- aeU aad
exchange. Office In Enterprise
Bldg., Oregon City, Oregon.. . .
FRETTAO 8W AFFORD, Real Es
tate Dealers, have choice bargain.
'In farm -land., city and suburbs,
homes, good fruit landa aad poultry
ranches. See n. .for good buys
Near 8. P. depot.
SECOND HAND FURNITURE.
MANY TIMES yon can buy Just the
article yon want just as good aa
new, at a small fraction of the cost
or hew, ir you go and see YOUNG,
the second hand man. . HI. collec
tion contains New and Second Hand
Furniture, Hardware, Tools, Curio.,
etc See him; It cost, nothing to
Notice of Application For a Liquor
Notice la hereby given that I will, at
tne next regular meeting of the
City Council, apply for a license to
sell liquor at my place of business.
The Hub Saloon, Main Street, for a
period oT 3 months.
- Notice Closing Streams.
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESIS PRES
ENTS. That, Whereaa, the Board of -Flah
Commissioners of the State of
Oregon and the United Statea Bur
eau of Fisheries have propagated
and stocked, and . are propagating
and stocking the water, of the Wil
lamette and Ciackamaa river., and
their tributaries, tn' tb 8tate of
Oregon with sal mon fish; and,
Whereaa, aald streams are fre
quented by salmon fish, and for the
purpose of protecting the same, the
aald Board of Fish Commissioners
has decided to clos the aald Wil
lamette River and ita tributaries,
below and north of the falla there
of , at Oregon City, and all of the
Ciackamaa River and Ita tributaries,
to prevent fishing therein. In any ,
manner, whatever, for salmon fish,
during the period of Umo herein
specified. , . . .
Now, therefore, notice la hereby
given by said Board of Fish Com
missioner, that said Willamette Rlv-'
or and It. tributaries, below and
north of the falls thereof, at Oregon
City, and all of aald Ciackamaa Riv
er and Ita tributaries, are, and each
of them la hereby closed to fishing.
In any manner whatever, for salmon
fish between twelv. o'clock noon,
on the 15th day of April. 1911, and
twelve o'clock noon, on the 1st day
of May, 1911; and it 1. and will be
unlawful to fish for, or take, or
catch any aalmon fish In any of said
waters during the Bald period of
tfme above specified.
Any and all persona whomsoever
so fishing In violation of this notice
will be prosecuted, as by law pro-
Tided. -...- .
BOARD OF FISH COMMISSIONERS.
By OSWALD WEST, Governor.
By THOS. B. KAY, State Treasurer. .
Attest: R. C. CLANTON, Clerk .of
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People who gave our caafas
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. mall, for four montha at a dor-
lax, may have the paper for a
year for $1.00, Jf paid a year In
8ubacribera to the Weekly
Enterprise may change tbetr
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celving credit for half time on
the dally that the weekly I.
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o choose to add cash to the ad- 4
vance payment equal to a full
a year's advance payment they .
may taka advantage of the $2
We make- thla special price a
so that peoel who have paid
la advance) on some other dally
and wish to take the Morning
Enterprise, may do so without e
t too great expense. , d
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