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M0UN1N0 ENTERPRISE, SATURDAY, MARCH J8, 1911.
It Wouldn't Pay to Advertise
A Poor Article-
Nor a proposition f dooblful merit r honesty for ad-resdere.
days, r DISCRIMINATING. Thty know vtluta thty knew
"in'u'nI thlnBt, 8tnulnt pportunltltt.
Any artlott which tan bo sold by advtrlltlns It, by that teat, t
0000 article. YOU ars ttfo In buying a thing which hat "stood
I, flrt of publicity." ' - '
Tht faker of widely sdvtrtlted artlclo, or commodity, It al
on trial for hit butlnota lift. Ht tannot thlrk, nor chtaptn hit
rodnflt- and this It the bttt pottlblt protection for the consumer.
You are sAFE In buying advertleed things 1ft the logic of
widyc bualneae condition .'
Mr. and Mrt. J. Gamin, of Portland.'
rrlved. la Oregon City on Thurtdy
evening for a brief visit with the for
mer! mother, Mrt. E. 0. Gsnong, and
Mrt. g. Took .And daughter, Mrt. F.
. Tyionpn. of Mack Diamond. Wash..
ho have been spending the past two
eeka with the former't daughter.
ra. William Ile.ll, of Gladstone, will
return to their home today,
Mrt. Thot. naldwtn, of i'ortland,
at the gueat Thursday at the home
of Mr. Frank Moore. Last fall Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas made the journey to
Oregon , from Marshall, Minn., In an
auto, landing In Portland.
Bohlamler. of Beaver Creek, wat
l0r,rm City on Thuraday. -
irot Herman, a larnier vi
. . ..... r t M sin rrMii,
nfflre 'rooms In Oambrlniie
jock: '"" u",t' J' 3- Tobln'
lilts 1 yHt Hornshuh, of Shubel,
i In Oregon City visiting with
rinds and relsllvea on Thursday.
m V Hornshtih, of Shubel. wat In
rrfot City n buslnest on Tbure
y. n A Rhiii't"!. of Rbubel. eccompat
ml r l' ,n or,,,on (M"
Don't fowl hear Henry George
in eiiln. lie will apeak In Wil
imrtte hall, on the subject of Single
'a, and hit addreet It free.
W. rirln-nthwalte, one of the farm'
in of Heaver Creek, waa among the
Efon City buslnest visitor Tburt-J-
rrd Stelner, one of the well known
nldrnts of Heaver Creek, wtt among
h business vlaltort In Oregon City
New prlres for film developing,
to. l and 1 lirownloe 10c. All other
itt of 6 exposure 15c, at Huntley
Tlie south part of the Seventh etrrel
ark his been plowed preparatory to
DiUlMnt a tennla court, at per the
KTolMWm of Council at the auggee
i( of Councilman llolman.
Time telle me ttory. Seventeen
rut ao Harris Grocery began, to
umlah the best In our line and we
irt (till a II.
Gladstone Council will meet In epe
tl session early next wk, and com
nllteea are working hard to get re
nrts ready for Council to act on work
mler consideration by them.
a PIsm. ho Is connected with the
Southern Oregon Commission Com
pany with headquarters at Portland,
waa transacting business In Oregon
Lewis pawl, of Gladstone, hae been
reappointed deputy game wardon by
Btate Game Warden Stevenson. He
has made a good official and hit re
appointment comet In recognition of
It. 11. Ileal lo hae cloaed tht deal with
Griffith Roberts fue the tale of 115
acres, which It part of the Donation
Land Claim oC. F. Beatle. The price
paid for the land It f 125 per acre.
This It of timber land.
Ther will be a apecla! meeting of
Council Monday evening at which time
the new Home Utile ordinance will be
up for consideration. It It the pur
pose of Council to devote the whole
evening to this ordinance, and to not
permit other things to creep In be
K. H. Moore, of Clear Lake, Iowa,
arrived In Oregon City ou Friday
morning with a carload of household
goods, and will make Oregon bis ru
tore borne. Mrt. Moore and three
children will arrive today, or tomor
row, having left Iowa on Tuesday. The
Moore family waa former realdenta of
Corvallla, and decided there Is no
nlace like Oregon. They eipect to
make their home on a farm, and will
purchase one at soon as they And one
suitable. Mr. Moore's father arrivea
In Oretfon aoino time ago. and It now
located at Arleta. Mr. Moore and
family will be at the home of Mr. and
Mrt. J. 11. Mauley.
PEOPLE POINTED OUT
The Mlsaea Anna and Mamie
Schroeder, of Sherwood, were In Ore
gon City on buslnest yeaieraay.
Mrt. C. A. Coburn, who It on the
editorial ttaff of the Oregonlan, spent
Thuraday at the borne of Mrt. b. u
Geese With Melodious Honks
Share Honors With Prima Donna
Training Camp Echoes Tell of
Great Work by Youngsters.
M'6RAW HAS SOME GOOD ONES
list He wat unable to attend council
meeting Monday evening. ' Charles
lirewer waa also absent on account or
Mrt. A. J. Durdette made a visit to
Oregon City Thursday. Bbe Intends
to remain In the city for two daya. '
The Ladles' Aid society, which held
lit weekly meeting at the borne of
Mrt. John R. Newton, waa largely at
tended, and a good time wat enjoyed
by everyone present.
Elizabeth Romlg, tile little four year
old daughter of Mr. and Mrt. C r.
Romlg, bat been quite 111 tblt week.
Mrt. Chris Craft, who waa lor tome
time at the St. IVneent Hospital at
Portland, la home again and we are
glad'to report that she It now feeling
Wivst of Persian . and Braiil
Isn Ministers Interesting Women.
Manager of New York Nationals (ays
Five ef Hie Recruits Leek Like Com-
-Brooklyn Has Two Corkers.
9 UU, by American Preae Amoclatlon.
' a tlLVa.
Mme. AU Kuan, wife of the Peru In u
charge d'affaires lu Washington. Is
picturesque woman and, though a Doa
tonese, has adopted the customs of her
husband's country even'lu raiment.
Her robes 'a re the ceremonial flowing
garmenta of Iran and are symbolic ef
Chanoe tweet en Vie Seier.
y TOMMY CLARK.
, The annual season for talk of won
derful baseball "finds" Is on, and on
etrougv Reports emanating froui the
training cami tell of the nunibcr of
pocket ' editions of Wsgner, Cobb,
Lajole and Matbewtou that have Leeu
found wonderfurbatters, fielders and
base runners. They will surely set
the diamond sflre the coming eeeson,
sty the correspondents.
The ttrtnge part of It Is that tbe
teams which hsve not stood bleb In
tbe pennant race last year or tbe year
before are tbe onie. which bave tbe
greatest number of "finds" on paper.
Of course the leading clubs bave eotne
recruits, too, who are aald to be tbe
equal of tbe start.
- Manager McUraw of the Giants bat
become very ' "sweet" on Outfielder
Jack Johnston, Pitchers Harry Rusten
haven and "Big BID" Teereau and la
fielders Kullerton and 81 Porsythe. It
It believed tbat tbe "Little Napoleon"
will hang on to this entire quintet
Their work at Marlln Springs, Tel..
hat been exceedingly good, far above
tbe average recruit's brand, and Mc
Graw la confident tbat with a year!
experience every one of them will be
ripe for a regular berth. And It la not
Unlikely that all of them will bave per
manent positions this season..
Bill Dahlen of Brooklyn saya be haa
two wonders In Mack Owen, a pitcher.
and Lejenne, .an outfielder. Dahlen
thinks tbe latter la a future etar par
excellence. Bill also saya bis young
pitcher bat everything a twtrler abonld
possess. Including tbat great eeaentlal.
Manager Chance nays be haa a great
bunch of youngsters to help ont bit
veterans this season. The peeriens
leader aeems to bave gone daft over
Yle 8aler, hit yonng first 1 semen.
Oorrespondenta aay Chance thinks to
well of tbe youngster tbst he may be
come a- be tub manager this season and
let tbe youngster hold down the Initial
sack. Chance haa several crack young
pitchers. Among tbem are Kirwan.
Cooke. Toney and Weaver. All are
fire at Mount Pleasant.
Great excitement prevailed for some
time at Mount Pleasant yesterday
morning at 10 o'clock when the tent
house on the Partlow place, and which
Mr. John Zeek It constructing an was occupied by George Reynolds, was
extensive arbor on his place In the totally destroyed ty nre. me origin
south nan of C'anbv. We learn that of tbe fire waa a defective fine. Many
he la preparing to raise ginseng and of the neighbors In that vicinity
that tbe cultivation of It requlrea turned out to aasltt In extinguishing
thade. . the blaze, and prevented the large
c w. rtomlc made-aDUttnese trip 1 home owned by Jamee partlow ana
to the county teat and also 'to Port- other buildings from burning. Key
land Thursday. March noldt loot all of hla belongings and
on ns-lHa Min io fhrn tu to Dm a I had no Insurance. '
um . . j m
meetlnc of the Sabbath scnooi eiaaa
wminm nannls nt thai Vf R rhtirch at
the home of C. T. Romlg, their teach- f 'wi&W&&t-W
er, the object being to organize a New
Movement Bible Class.
her rank. Bbe recently baa received
tbe highest decoration the stub be-1 good onee and will make Brown. Reul
stows on an alien. With that bit of I bach and Overall look to tbelr laurels.
gold and tbe broad sash on which It Is I . Pittsburg baa several phenoms- at
fitted was sent a complete wardrobe I not Springs. Clarke thinks that liunt
THE CHICAGO STORE
Pays the highest price for Sccood Hnd Goods
We boy and tell Second Hand Clothes
yVc alio do cleaning and pressing
405 MAIN ST., OREGtiN CITY
PBOHS MAIN 3731
W. H. Balr It diligently trying to
ralae through the business men of the
city, enough money to oil the ttreete
of Canby before the auaty season
Gottfried Rodriguez, the Globe Trot-
ter, tent out by tbe Portland Evening
Telegram, passed through Canby at
3: IS p. m., exactly alx hours from tbe
trme he left Portland. At that rate
he thould be able to reach Medford In
the required Ave daya at Jt anvertisea
be will. Almost all Canby waa on the
atreeta to see him pass. While here
be enjoyed a lunch and a brief rest.
John Henderlee, who baa been em-
Dloved for tbe past three months at
Tacoma, Wash., returned home Satur
The meetings at the ennsuan
church are being well attended and
much lntereet Is being manifested
Mr. Webb and wife from Hillsborough.
are here to beln with tbe singing ana
tbelr excellent work along thla line Is
proving a great help. They are botn
splendid musical leaders. Rev. Gregg
made an addreea to men only Sabbath
afternoon at the men'a anion S o'clock
nnvsr meettnz. Thla service was
n loved and well attended. Rev.
Oreee not only haa a pleasing delivery
but he certainly glvea nit nearere
clearly Illustrated and prorouna
thoughts to think about, we are giaa
to rennrt that the meetings will con
tinue for the next two weeks ai least,
on next Sunday evening the Metho
dist church will Join with the Chris
tian chnrcb people and they wMl bold
no avenlnc aervlce except the Epworth
League. Services are held In the Chris
tian church regularly every evening
at 7:30 and next Sunday there will be
th rem la r Sunday school session at
10:00 a. m. and preaching at 11:00 by
Rev. Gregg. '
Th following are the scheduled ser
vices to be held In the Methodist
durine- the week. A commit
tee meetlne of Brotherhood Monday at
7:30; League Social at Miss Wang'a
home in Tueeaay eveniug; uUm
i tha narmnnaee Wednesday p. m.;
prayer meeting Thursoay evening; iv.
THE HALL OF FAME.
WILLIAM CCLLEN BRY
ANT Illustrious poet and editor.
Born O o tu
rn 1 u g t o n;
Mass., Nor. 8,
1794; died New
York June 12.
ed t W 11 llama e
college. Stud- Z
u1 law. which
be practiced A
for a time, but ?
abandoned It to join tbe editorial
ttaff of the New York Evening
Poet In r820, later becoming part ,
owner and editor In chief, which
be remained till hit death. Aa
aucb waa tbe consistent advocate
of abolition and one of tbe great
edltt n of bit day." OU poetry
waa written during a long stretch
of years, hla first and noblest
poem. TbanatopslaV having
been composed, or at least be
gun, when be waa eighteen. Oth
era cf hla well known verses are
"To a Waterfowl," "Tbe Death
of tbe Flowers," "June," "The
Battlefield," "The Melancholy
Daya Are Come."
Wants, For Sale, Etc
Notloce under thas elaaaifl4 h4lnf0
will b Inserted el one cent a word. first
Insert km. half a son! additional Inser
tions. One Inch card. II per month; ball
Inch eard, (4 Unas) It per month.
Cash must apcompaay order wnleas one
hsa an open account with the paper. No
financial responsibility for error.; where
errors occur free corrected notice will be
printed for patron. Minimum eh arse lie
WANTED Small advertitementa for
thla column. Price t very reason
able See ratea at head of column.
VACUUM CLEANING done for 60
j.cenu an hour. Call Pacific Statea
FOR SALE) One 1200 lb work horse
at $75 and one number 33 refrig
erator. P. D. Newell, . Jennings
Lodge, Oregon. ,. - . .
FOR 8 ALB By owner 2.71 acrea,
four room house, barn, cow, horse,
chickens, well, fruit trees, small
fruits. Concord Rtath,. telephone,
- Oak Grove, red in. -
To acre tract good land, no rocka, S
miles from Oregon City, 1H miles
from O. W. P. car line. Good fruit
land. Cut Into 7 and 14 acre tracts,
1100 to 1225 per acre. Enquire) of
D. K. Bill A Co., Room t, Beaver
Bldg., Oregon City.'
Wanted At Once!
umi tA the ffnlrf etiilirttldered alinoers I er file new Are Imaeman. will fill that n . v A. meetlnc on Friday evening;
w m.t him ln . In erne ahnrta. there will be me resuiar ouuua,
Manacer Huah Duffv of the Chicago acbool seaaion at p"- -a
Americana says he has one of tbe find
, of the year In Tex Jones. Tbe latter
I It talked of now at a possible first
which are esteemed as necessary to
this ceremonial roniuuie as tbe atlppcrs
and glovea of a Roman Catholic or
Greek arvbblshop. . Mme. Aii.unan
has learned Persian sluce her marriage
ten years ago and frequently gives lw baseman, of tbe Sox next season,
tnres In the snclent tougue of tbe Ofe Players at Mineral Springs, Tex., pre-
worshlrxTt. diet be will be the aenaatlon of the
Tbe wife of Benor K. de Lima e Miva. American league thla eeowm. -
the Braalllan minister, baa been a I Cleveland. St. Louie, Boston. New
nopulac figure In Waahlugton for wort aD(j Detroit alo have a number
tome time, her husband having been 0f recruits who may develop Into stars
tbe counselor and charge d'affaires wj(jj more seasoning,
before be waa elevated to hla present While all tbe dope aent out from tbe
position. Naturally she Is a good deal training camps of the clubs proves
of a diplomat herself, and her tact and TPrT interesting to the fane, tbe truth
graclousuesa have done much to aid I 0 tD matter la that the majority of
Liberal terms to hustlers. See Mr,
Millar Circulation Department, Eit
her hUMband't advancement.
Leather portieres are among tbe
beautiful things which Mrs. John Hay
has added to her historic home In
Lnfayette square, in Washington.
Tbeee curtijus resemble those In many
cathedrals lu Europe, but they are Il
luminated and give an air of privacy
these so called pbenoma explode early
in tbe season and before midyear have
tlipped back to where they came from.
Of course there are exceptions, and
several good onea are found every tea-
ton, but the major , portion of them
at ii -on hv Rev. Creesy. Men'a union
prayer meeting, lead by L. M. Wrlxht tor-prise, Oregon City Oregon.
at 3:00 D. m.. Junior ueague ni m
oarsonaee at 3:00 p. m., Epworth
lAini. at 7:30 n. m.
At the Scandinavian Evangelical
church there wUI be the regular Sun
rfav arhool service at 10 a. m.. preach
in at 11 a. m.. March 18. and also
the Thursday evening prayer meeting
l 7:0. ,
On last Friday evening C. F. Ro-mir-a
Sundav school clasa met with
their leather at his nome to orim
under the new movement plan, accord
ing to which tyttem the class elects
it a own teacher, claao officers and the
chairmen of vtrloui committees. Ther"
waa a good attendance ana tne organ-
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR.
HARRT JONES Builder and General
Contractor. Estimates cheerfully
given on all claaeee of building
work, concrete walka and reinforced
concrete. Res. Pbone Mala 11L
O. D. EBT, Attorney-at-Law, Money
loaned, abetracte furnished, land
titles examined, eatatea settled, gen
eral law business. Over Bank of
UTtEN a 8CHTJEBEX Attorneys-at-
Law, Deutacher Advokai, will prac
tice In all courts, make collectiotta
and settlement. Office in Enter ,
prise Bldg.. Oregon City. Oregon.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
V. R. HYDE, Abstract Office
Land title Investigated, conveyan
cing, notary public , ;
OOTITUS COPY :
Room 7. Barclay Bltlg, Oregon City.
AFTER M0T0RB0AT TROPHY.
to the home. They hang between the Ch.ll.ng-i Fer Cup Won
second drawing room and the alttluB
room wnere wrmir im i
Mrs. Flora Ames of London, wife
of a former attache of tbe British
embassy at Waahlugton, la In America
on a Ult aud will deliver several lec
tures on the subject of divorce. She
aays America la too lax and England
too aevcre In Ita divorce lawa. hbe
suggests aa remedies a public registra
tion of names at least three weeks be
fore niarrlnge. communication with
parenta if either party seems too
youug, that a man ahould have auf
flclent means to support a wife prop
erly and a more strict desertion law.
Tbe wife of tbe French ambassador,
M. Juaserand, It one of tbe most af
fable and aucceaH(fil hostesses In the
diplomatic corps In Washington. Iler
maiden name wat Elite Richards, and
tbe Is the dnughter of a Boston banker.
She. believes, she taya, in x wearing
harmonies rather than contraata, and
her tolleta match lu hue from the tip
Of her toque to her boot. Thla win
ter the wore a costume In golden
Tbe next bolder of the British Inter
national motorbont trophy, now held
In thla country, will be decided by
racea In Huntington harbor. New York,
Aug. 24, 25 and 20. This announce
ment waa made recently by Secretary
Morley of the Motorboat Club of
America shortly after be had received
through the malla the formal chal
lenge of the Royal Motor Tacht Club
of England and tbe British Motorboat
club for the trophy. Acceptancea of
the challenge haTe been forwarded
- It It expected that not less than
three boats will be built here to de
fend tbe trophy won last summer by
tbe Dixie III. At least two fast craft,
one of tbem possibly a new boat built
by the Duke of Westminster, are ex
pected to be aent her to compete for
the International honor.
TTMPERDINCarS roetlo opera "Koenlgsklnder," which had Ita first
3 production on any stage at tht Metropolitan Opera Houee In New
York. Introduce an entirely novel feature In opera. The public la
not unfamiliar with- aeelng horse, donkeye tnd dogs tmong the
, It persona of a atage .prqductlon, but It remained for Mr. numner
to present a sample 0f the poultry yard in hla lyric drama. The heroine,
beautifully personated by the well known American prima donna Miss
Jwildlne Farm, It limply ft "goos girl." When she makes her appearance
Mh Brat act sh come on followed by her flock of geeee-not imitation
no mechanical devices wouud op with ft key and run by clockwork,
r""' 'rjOay geete, raited on a Lon Ialand farm. At first their eppear
( the st.ee created little titter among the audience, but it wat not
F Wore the public took the blrde ta terlously aa they did the other men.
? the cast, for they conducted themeelvet with an ntnordlnaly con
Bsnea, of tn, ,mpoPUno, of their services to the drama. They had been
"fully trained by the technical director of th opera bout. Edward Bled e
WB wlw h" "traordinary tact In handling blrde-wlld blrflt, domestic
J nd operatlo ton bird Before, etch performance these geete htve to
t limited fast A judicious ate of corn, both behind the tcenet tnd
7 Mis, (... bWM,f tntblM tnt prtmt donna and etag attendant to guide
" fon of tbe nock. Juat how much the geete appreciate Mr. B
, music la something no ont can Bad out, but had the eompoaer written
P Parate part for the hlrdi he could not have wlehed them to Yocallae at
? PProprtnte momenta or mor rythmlcally than they har done at eacn
"mance. n . ctlrlouB .li0 t0 not, that the roteee of the geeae at no time
y? '-cordant with th human Tolce or the InatrumtnU n matter what
uestra la playing or Mlsa Farrar la tinging.
London's Big Marathon on May 27.
London's big Marathon race will
atart within the grounds of Windsor
brown which waa one of the richest cattle at the exact spot where the last
seen In Waalilngton. It wat a walking Olympic Marathon waa started In
dreea of velvet, trimmed with a lighter waich Johnny Hayee won to glorloui
abnde of silk embroidery. Her hat waa a victory. The race will be run May
of the same material as the gown, 27, The present bolder of the Sporting
with a bird of paradise on the right rjfe trophy la II. F. Barrett of the
tide. Her furs of table were the Men- polytechnic Harrlert of England. The
tlcal ebado at the velvet, and her boota met waa declared off last year Decause
nf Kin Edward'a death, several
United Statea and a Canadian runner
are to take part this year.
Boston Schools Abolish Bsskstbell.
Boston high achoola have abolished
basketball. Th referee calla ao many
fnnia niutw the new rules that it
make the yame uninteresting.
of anede had velvet, uppers.
TMnka Our Solrlts Go to Mere.
Lillian Whiting, 6ne cJf th foremoet
women wrltert tnd thinker In Boaton,
beUovet that after death w go to an-,
other planet, wher w enjoy life al
most the aame aa on tnia ns-u",
walking and aeelng. She taya the eplrit
leaves the body and travela through
ether, but there la aometning material r.ANBY.
after all. "Great thlnkert," the. arguea, j a Hoanetler, from Woodburn,
"hav pointed out. that th phytlcal paMe(j through Canby en rout to
body la merely the outer covering of Oregon City on Thuraday morning,
th eplrltual body. If tbat b tru our Frank Dodge made bualneea trip
form will be the same In heaven. Wt to Oregon City Thuraday, apendlng th
hi , h.nAa and feet da ther.
win n" - 1 - ' v.. ... r
town laat week. At present w ar
onabl to give th name of th pur
chaser. Conrad Sannet haa also told
part of hit farm to th earn party. '
L. H. Tuft, our Jeweler, la still quit
111. His condition haa not Improved
aa rapidly aa we had hoped. Hla ton,
who la looking after th bualnett In
th store, It kept very busy during
th absence of hit father. 1
Wilton Ehrana It alto on tbe tick
The farmers are very buay plowing
this week, while the good weather
Mr. Clvln taya hla atunp , puller
Mra. Carr, of Colton, la working
for Mrt. Holman, while she la down
with the grip.
Mr. Orem and son Robert ar
K. H. COOPER, For Fir Insurance
and Real Estate. Let ut handl
your properties we buy, tell and
exchange. Office In En'erpria
Bldg., Oregon City, Oregon.
working for Mr. Holman. .... y
J ... r f wawa w 1 ut t A
Ued plan of work waa thoroughly en- h "WeaT.' SundaV
domed by all. Alter aaopung Mra. Trov Kay. of Catalamlh. Wash,
After adopting the con-
atltutlon. C F. Romlg- waa cnoaen
teaoher for the class. Mra. Buchanan
waa elected president; Mr. Vlnacke,
Ylee-prealdent Roy-Roaaaecretary I
Mildred Wang, treasurer, ana aims.-.
Lillian Wang, Helen Graham, Mra.
nnt nurdette and Mrs. Buchanan were
hnaon chairmen of the varloua com
mittees. Before proceeding with the
adoption of the constitution and the
election. It waa freely discussed
h.ther nr not we have a mixeo. ciaoe
or a clasa composed of ladlea only,
and It waa unanimously voted 'that
our claea continue a. mixeu cm. - Raturda. an1 Snnday
J. Burdette. Mr. VlnacKe ana .. . gchafer aaw mill
Mrs. Buchanan, assistea in a
being accompanied by her mother,
Is vlsitina O. T. Kay and family.
J. W. Standlnger made a trip to
Portland Trtdayr "While there he
contracted for an E. W. F.-30 of the
nernl-Tonneau type. Look out for
horn after May first.
C. N. Holman took hit father out
hmrirv rldine Sunday afternoon.
Carl Ramsby. who was hurt while
working for the Lay Bros., Is recover-
Insr ranldlv from bis Injuries.
Wilbur Standlnser and hla slater,
Reata were visiting friends- in town
all that the body haa now. Why ahould
we not walk and talk and wora ana
pursue our aim there aa we do hereT
I think wt ahall eat. The eplrltual
fcody will need food Just aa the phyal
cat body needs It, although, of course,
It will be of a different kind." She
thlnka that perhapt the tplrlt goea to
Mara or to aome other planet after
leaving here. For that reason the la
eager to communicate with that planet
i.i wav tn the organization of what
we believe will prove an ideal or as
near an Ideal 8unday achool clasa as
Is possible. After thirteen had en
rolled aa membert of the class, Mrs.
Romlg served refreshmenta, which
were heartily appreciated by all.
Another meeting of the clasa Is ar
ranged for Monday. March 20, at the
home of their teacher. C. F. Romlg.
It Is hoped that all the membert of the
class may find It possible to attend
thla meeting, when a clasa motto and
other Important business will be
brought before the class.
Mrs. A. J. Burdette waa quite 111 last
Sunday, but we are glad to report her
much Improved at thla time.
Sol N. Strubhar closed a deal Satur
day through the Canby Realty Com
pany, whereby he purchased one and
one-half lots from Mr. and Mra. J. V.
Manley In block twelve t Canby We
understand that Mr. Strubhar Intends
to establish a business enterprise on
this corner. '
a P. Pflster hat told to Mr. Man
gum, of Washington, the agency of the
Watklna Medical Company. Mr. Man
gum expecta to come to Canby toon
and aettle with the people here.
A R Jeffries, of Aurora, waa In
Canby Monday of thla week transact
ing buslneta. Mr. Jeflrlea ta busy fill
ing a contract with ft Portland firm to
supply them with a thousand cords of
.,wiit hetween now and November.
He la now cutting wood on the place
aouth of town, ownea oy Anarew o
The debate held In Prof. GllVt room
last Friday on the queatlon, "Resolved,
That the Dog la More Uaeful to Man
kind that the Gun," waa a tuecess and
excellent arguroenta wer produced on
both atdea of th queatlon,
Tha nnrrion Bros, are enjoying a
vlalt from their older brother, who haa
been engaged aa manager 01 a irm
near Wt Hood.
Clarence Fnllowe haa gon to Pasoo,
Wash., where he will prooamy locate,
tta haa severed hla connections with
the Tribune and now F. M. Roth Is
New Bauer Kraut at only 60 a quart
at II. J. Bigger a Bon a.
The Schafer aaw mill la doing
rushing business nbw under th auper-
vlalon of tbe new aawer.
The Meadowbrook Sunday school
did Itself proudly Sunday in point
of number and the ainging exercise
witb Mlsa Edna Standlnger aa organ
The town Is full of land Duyers, as
the fleas on a dogs back.
FREYTAO a MONEY. Real Estate
Dealers, have choice bargains tn
farm landa, city and suburban
homes, good fruit landa and poultry
ranches. See ua for good buys.
Near 8. P. depot.
SECOND HAND FURNITURE.
NEW STORE. NEW GOODS. '
When I moved Into my new store
put In a nice line of NEW FURNI
TURE, which I am selling at the pre
cee usually quoted for second hand er
shop-worn goods. Come. In and look
around. , . -
Fine line of curios and relic. . J
GEORGE YOUNG. -
Notieeqf Appllcatlon-for- a tlquor
Llcenee.' Notice la hereby given that I will,
at the next regular meeting of the
City Council, apply for a license to
sell liquor at my place of business.
The Arcade, 42 Main street, for n
period of 3 months.
. - . A. KLEBE.
The undersigned will not be respon-
alble for any debta contracted by Mra.
Maud Bullard. C. BUULAiUA
Notice la hereby given to all persons
riding bicycles, In Oregon City, that
it la unlawful for them to ride upon
the sidewalks at any time, and that
the epeed limit during the day, be
tween the hours or 6 A. M. ana a r.
m nnt tind x miles ner hour.
and between the houra of 6 P. M. and
6 A. M- not to exceed 6 mllea per hour,
and all blcycllsta must during the
night time carry a light, and they must
at all tlmea have ft bell and ring the
an ma at averv crossins:.
Parenta ahould warn their children
not to do any-coasting1 upon th slde
walka or to ride bicycle wagons there
on aa the aame la contrary to th or-
dtnancea, and any one doing tb aame
will be eubject to arrest ana nn. ,.
Persons running automobile ar
also warned to keep within the speed
limit and to carry llghta When out af
ter night upon the atreeta of the city.
3t E. I SHAW, Cblef or ponce,
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP,
Th partnership heretofore eftlatlng
under the firm nam of Story a Tnon
aa, having been dissolved by mutual
consent, all liabilities of the Arm are
assumed by Owe O. Thomaa and all
accounts due th firm ar payable to
tb aforesaid Own O. Thomas.
Dated at Oregon City, Oregon, thla
14th day of February, 1811.
E. F. STORY,
' OWEN a THOMAS.
THERE will be ft regular
meeting of Clackamas
Chapter No. 2, R- A. M.,
In the Masonic Hall on
Monday evening, March
20th, 1911, at 7:30 P. M. .
Work Jn M- E-
E. A. CHAPMAN, Secretary.
To introduce The Morning
Enterprise Into a large major-
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City and Clackamaa county th
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