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MORNING ENTERPRISE, SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1911.
.. . uclal at Clalrmont th
out lr lo
"ilf'woodini.B w.r. to Initial thrM
Y,. rrld.y mht. but papere
wndW hd niuatlan postponed.
.ra dmrvu "... .nnllnallons.
w.r. "!"!!anT applications,
iri "Hikers." who mad tht
,Tb?a Wand In record tlm U.t
T'm i larrl.' Grocer began to
Cltob '' our ,,n 4 V
,r!. '!"' wrr. several application for
?SSiSSr" Thorwlar night. Th . or.
J,ffoo has.H affaire In appl-pl
"rilH Hoys' Seoul of th. Presbyter-
U'i!.. tiis-Saturdayovenlng, for
f.'.i.nd instruction. The young lad
f1. In I the work and th. officer
aVm'" enthused the boys.
PEOPLE POINTED OUT
'jjllarjurle Money, who hue been
UI H Improvln.
.. ..r Pnrtland. was In Ore-
Mr WWi'; ' ,
pa City " business yesterday.
ur Chrl" K'y 111 at h"
whn attack of lonallllls.
ur Hurry Moody has arrived In this
.Mf from" The D". end will vl.lt
l. family tr few days.
u. i I. Waldron la III at hie home
m cihtb aud Monroe streets, suffr
! from a sever attack of grip.
'-Mr R" Knight, of Canby, waa In
nrcroo City thla morning on hi way
to Hpp-r. wb.e be will remain dur.
lag the summer.
Ur J Y. Hiimphrya. who left here
kit gniidny for Astoria, where he waa
mJIJ hy the., death of hla brother, re
urnrd to Oregon City Friday after-
Mr and Mra. Tester, of Clalrmont,
train ihU city Friday on their way
la Portland, where they will vlalt for
Tfew dv w,lh tn"lr children, who
al(t at that place.
Ilr and Mra. Hard MaeDowell, of
Portland, and tV Mac Powell, who re
Mtly returned from hi fourth trip
to Japan, motored to this city Thura
toy and were guests of Mra. W. L.
John and other frlenda,
Mn. B. Kuppenbender and alBter-ln-law.
Illss Antoinette Kuppenbender,
of Clalrmont, were In Portland on
Twaday. imving vlalted Mra. Edward
BYler. of South Ilcnd. Waah., who
rwtntly underwent surgical opera
tloa at the Bt Vincent Hoapltal. -j
Mr Charlea ("otlee. Mra. Ellaa Dirk
anoa and the latter'e eon, William
Dickeraon. of Boring, who have been
wading the pt three montha In
California, were In thla city Thuraday
fUitlng at the boma of Mr. and Mra.
CWlea Parker. Mr. Cottee. who la
I well-to-do farmer of Boring, and hla
liter, Mra. !)lckeronL have been ln
Callfornla fr the benefit of their
tMlth.-and. the latter ? much tm-J
rored They left for their borne
FEAR ITALY' JUBIUK.
May i i Turned to Orlef By the Prev-
lance of Plague. -
nui u...k i la becln-
lti to trtr that I'nlted Italy'e Jubilee
. ty turned Into a oerlod of dlaaa
trr lamngh plague and panic.
Baployea of the Rome atreet rail
t will atrlke on Sunday for higher
pr. Thta will canae rioting, on the
t of the opening of the Rome ex
Mltlnn. Workmen on the Turin ex
Mali Ion are on atrlke and employee
at the elate rallweye alao threaten to
Tv pup baa declared jubilee year
4 aartod of mourning and thla will pre
trnt tbouaanda of Catbolica from irle.
Itlaa th rouatry. i ;
, Cholr la alowly apreadlng In Ua
amtb and nnleaa the et of Hvtag U
lowered, atarratlon and bankruptcy
will acourg Italy.
Maglatrate Friend of FloMIng- .
DENVER, March H Maglatrate
Oarln atanda ace high with boxing en
tkuslaata today by hla action In die
toning the charge agalnat Blmby
Gardner and Johnny O'Keefe, arreated
for participating In a boxing conteat
"Boxing lan't half aa bad aa the bull
tiht that are commonly referred to
aa football." aaaerted MagUtrat Oa-
TIB. I ' - I l
15 Day Bar
All the previous specials are on sale
Saturday ladies neckwear, Recking, etc.
ate pat in the Specials. r
Prices slashed to raise money
Take advantage of this money saving event
and btiy. now "
RomomhorF Saturday Loot Day
Men's Black Sox 3 pair for LLZC A lot of overalls while they
w , r last from SOCIO 75c
Men's Chambra shirts while they ' .. . -r u i 4
last at ..v' 24C Ladies shirt waists 79C - while they last
Men's OJds and Ends In fine shoes of first quality to close at Big Re
duction $5.00 ' Patent Button $3.05,
SHALL TREES STATiD
COUNCIL TO HOLD SPECIAL Irg
ION THIB AFTERNOON TO ,
Couiifll will maat In apeclal aeaalon
thla BaturdaT afternoon, at 4
o'clock,, to eonalder the propoaltlnn
of cutting the treea on the C. E. Bab
cock lot. on Wah I nit ton atreet.
Waahlngton atreet la being Improved
at thla time and along with other
property (he atreet and aldewalk In
front of the old flabcock home I com
ing In for It ahare of the change
going on In th atreet. And In front
of thla old home. In the aldewalk atrip,
are alx or eight handaome old tree,
being tree that were planted by C.
E. Hancock aome fifty year ago.
In the flrat place theae tree are
handaome aa handaome goea. In the
aecond place they are an ornament
to the property and to the atreet and
It aurroundlng. The fact that they
are on the aldewalk line doe not de
tract from their beauty and doea not
In any degree detract from the beauty
that they reflect on the home lot or
The queatlon for aettlement la:
Rha.ll theae treea be let stand, and
th aldewalk be built around them, or
ahall they be cut down and the root a
pulled up, making a bald place In that
part of the atreet and cltyT
IleHiie of the beauty of theae treea,
and the. reflex of beauty to the neigh
borhood, meeting of Council haa
been called to dlacuaa and eonalder
the feaalblllty of permitting theae
tree to tand and th building of the
aldewalk around them. Council will
meet at 4 o'clock thla afternoon and
the frlenda of the tree promlae to be
preaent and plead for the life and
grandeur of theae noble peclmen of
0000 MINBTREL SHOW.
Oladiton Talent Makt a Hit With
It Local Fuunygraph.
Th Gladatone mlnatrela, an organi
sation perfected for the purpoae of
giving local preaentatlon of a program
In which there ahould be Interaperaed
local funnygrapha and local hlta, gave
an entertainment In Gault'a ball Fri
day night. Th troupe preaentlng the
program of the evening waa all Glad
atone talent, with A. F. Parker aa di
rector. There waa a good attendance
and a well pleaaed audience.
Th program publlahed In Enter
prlae colu mna - twice wa well re
ceived and contained many numbera
of eapcclal merit. Several of the num
ber called forth encorea. The pro
ceed of the entertainment were for
the' purchase of a piano for the hall.
Several numbera that , deaerve ea
peclal mention are: Song by Garland
Hollowell. -Under the Yum Yum
Tree" by Jonn Mulkey, aong and
dance by Carl Hoffman, number by
the Ladle' quartet. "Slop, Stop, Stop
Victor Oault. -Uttl Black M" Helen
Seeley, number by the Paatlme Four.
Mia Marian Money waa accompanlat.
Brigade Training Needed In th Uni
te Btaiaa Army.
ham ANTONIO. Texaa. March H
The recommendation for the eatabllah
ment of an army dlvlalon poat at aoma
dealrabl point in the United Statea la
being made today to the war depart
ment br Major General W. H. Carter,
commanding. The general argea a
permanent dlvlalon poat, ao aa to give
it., iHinni itia renulred tralnlna In the
operation of a dlvlalon aa a tactical
Oeneral Carter haa auggeatea uu
Fort Harrlaon. at Indiana polla, be
leotad. A dlvlalon ahould be kept
there constantly. be aaya, with fre
quent change of regiment ao aa to
giver every arm ot th afervloe tflvl
atonal drill Th Idea la that th dt
v1eloa.be kept working under actual
Beld condition and that vry regi
ment undergo the discipline.
rmrtmr farther auaceata that later
other dlvlalon poata be eatabllahed In
logical points throughout the country.
INCREASE IN PEOPLE
But Not of Provlalon Cauae London
LONDON, March 24. That the In
creaae In India's population la atart
llng the Brltlah government was Inti
mated today by Premier Aaaulth after
a conference with vwmmt Mnri
aeeretary of etate for India. .
iue preliminary cenaua recently
taken ahowed an Increaae In popula
tion of approximately 10,600,000 over
the laat .oenaua. it la feared that fa-
uime ana seditious outbreaks may fol
low In the wake Of thla ennilnnal In.
creaae In DODulatlon. thr u unim
to support the Increaalng millions.
This haa been on of the Marcba
th Pioneers use to tell about
"dusty roads In March" One of our
farmera aaya thla good weather la
to counterbalance "high taxes."
Peter Faurle'a family are down with
typhoid fever, caused by bad water
on the Sanders farm.
Dr. Todd haa bought a Ford mn
about. It'a a Handy on wheels, and
the Dr. can reach his patients now
before they get well or worse.
Robhlns Bros, brought out their
new B. M. F. Sunday, which moving
about like an automobile. -
C. W. Herman bought an auto last
week, now the blacks can reat Sun
daya. H. N. Everhart will build a new
dwelling this summer In Robblns'
Flrat Addition to Molaila.
C. 8. Herman, the clover king of
Molaila, baa built a new aldewalk
from the hotel to the "Allams Station."
T. A. McFaddln haa Juat completed
an out-door brooder for D. C. Boyles,
who has launched Into the poultry
Road District No. 28 will have a
mil and a quarter new road to make
along the Northeast side of the Slv
egle D. L C.
Chang of -weather thla week owing
to the aprlng equlnoctlonal storm be
Mlas Esther Stout, from Portland,
la homi for a few daya.
V. E. Larklna la aawlng wood In
Highland these daya.
Several of the young people attend
ed the entertainment and basket so
cial at the Alberta school house Sat
urday nlgbt. It waa a complete auc
ceaa both financially and socially, the
baaketa netting over $62. The pro
ceed a will be used to purchaae a li
brary. There waa a ball game on the Shu
ble grounda Sunday; the yannlgana
va. th regulara. The score waa 8 to
6 In favor of the regulara. The Bhubel
aggregation will be a strong contend
er this seaaon, they being fortunate
enough to get Will Bo 1 bow, the no
torious aplt ball artist, to do their
heaving for them and also Geo. 8gar,
another faat guy, to do their bacK
- There waa preaching In the English
M. E. church Sunday, the first time
for over a rear.
Otto - Moehnk and wife paased
through town in there keroaene wag
Robert Olnther, oua school teacher.
Is contemplating giving an entertain
ment aome time the flrat of April.
We understand that Geo. Hanson,
the five foot and eighteen Inch 8wede,
Is contemplating a sojourn tbrougn
the northern region of British Colunj
bla. W are sorry to hear of hla 4ft
Mr. Nicholas lost his horses.
' Mr. Nicholaa and family spent Sun
day with her parenta. Mr. and.-Mra.
DIRTY WORK IS DONE
By DYNAMITE DEVILS
TWO EXPLOSIONS SIMULTANE
OUSLY INDICATE THAT PLOT
WAS FIGURED TO MINUTE.
. OMAHA. Neb.. March . 14. Two
chargea of dynamite, placed la differ
ent parts of th new f 1,000,000 court
bouse, xnioded - here wis morning
Th damage to th ou.Uiluar was alight.
though nearby structures veer shaken
by the explosion. Bloodhounds arc
being uaed In an effort to trace the
dynamltera, who are known to have
sought the Injury of Caldwell A Drake
of Columbus, Ind., who are the con
tractors on th building;.
COLUMBUS, Ind., March .24. The
offices of Caldwell A Drake, contract
ors, were wrecked by dynamite here
today simultaneously with th dyna
miting of the Omaha court houae. No
arrests have yet been made.
C0MT8 TO M
Oil STATE ROADS
STATE NEEDS THE ROADS AND
CONVICTS NEED THE EXER
CISE OUT OF DOORS. .
. SALEM, Or., March 24. At a con
ference held In the governor's office
laat night which was attended by
members of the county court of Marlon
county, and th executive committee
of the board of trade, plans were dis
cussed for a complete and extensive
system of macadamized roada connect
ing the city with the state Institutions
and the Institutions with each other.
Convict labor Is to be utilized.
Governor West . called the confer
ence with the Idea that united effort
can perhapa accomplish much towards
bringing about the desired end. The
roads leading to many of the Institu
tions are In a bad shape. The stste
county and city 'are all mutually In
terested and the governor bellevea the
city and county should be willing to
cooperate-with the state In the mat
No extensive plan of boulevards Is
planned but merely good, substantial
serviceable roada that will be of uae
to everybody In the vicinity. They
will also aerve aa a model and a nu
cleus around which the movement for
good roada can gain strength for ef
fort In other pans of the state.
The number of convicta at the peni
tentiary I growing Tapldly. A tlhe
legislature did not make adequate pro
vlalon for such an unexpected Increase
the problem of their retention la get
ting to be a large one.. If the county
and city will provide the funds ihe
governor thinks the state can legally
provide the labor from the peniten
tiary. It will be a benefit both to the
state and a God send to th convicts
to be allowed to labor In the open
during the summer months.
Oregon Physician Going to Rome.
SALEM, Or., March 24. Dr. August
M. Kinney, of Astoria, who baa been
annointed by Governor West as one
of the delegatea to the International
Conference on Tuberculoma, to be held
In Rome, Italy, during September, has
written the Governor accepting the
appointment and aaylng that he will
attend, leaving for Rome September
After the conference he win go to
Berlin to take up further work along
Hunoarv Has 20,850,700 People-'
BITDAPEST. Hungary. March 24.
The official census shows Hungary to
hire a nonulatton of z0.8aO.7M. l m
is an Increase In 10 years of 1,596.000.
Card of Thanks -
To those who so kindly nsstsied
US in our late Dereavemem, ui
sickness, death and burial of our be
loved molher, we wish to extend our
. I k. A
sincere thanka and especially to
ihnu for the floral offerings. May
the blessing of Our Heavenly Father
be with them la tne prayer or
JAMES M. TRACEY AND FAMILY
GUMPTION ON THE FARM.
A man with a large family can live
better on the farm where money
grows, than. In the city, where money
roes. "- - - .
Take time to look Into every project
that la suddenly sprung on you. Ufe'j
rreatest successes come out of the
most careful consideration.
Can't yon fix It ao that you will not
have to buy any garden stuff this
year? Of course you can. What any
farmer can do, you can. Get right at
It now and make the beat garden in
town. Supply yourself and the neigh
bors. Hera is th formula for treating
seed potatoes to preveat acab: 8oak
the whole e4 for two hour la
mixture of one-half pint ot formalin
(formaldehyde) and fifteen gallon of
cold water: dry the seed, cut
pUui fn-rrymd that hat rraxir
SERVICES, AS THEY WILL BE
HELD WITHIN THE NEXT
First ChuFch of Christ. Scientist-
Service are held In the church edl
flee, Ninth and Center streets Sun
day mornings at 11 and Wednesday
evenings at 8. Sunday school at 1J
m. Subject for Sunday, March 26,
The reading room, located In the
rear of the church, la open every
afternoon of the week, except Sunday,
from S to 4 o clock.
April 2. ' 'Unreality:-- April 9.
"Are Sin, Dlaeaae and Death Real:
April 16. "Doctrine of Atonement;
April 23. "Probation after Death;
April 30. "Everlaatlng Punishment;"
May 7. "Adam and Fallen Man; May
14. "Mortals and Immortals; May 21
"Soul and Body:" May 28, "Ancient
and Modern Necromancy, alias Men
merlsm and Hypnotism, Denounced;"
Jun 4. "God the Preserver of Man;
June 18. "I the Unlverae. Including
Man. Evolved by Atomic Forcer
June 28, "Christian Science.''
THE POULTRY YARD
Some folks are forever planning
ahead and figuring how to make
chickens Day. and while they art pot
terlng along with Rhelr plana and
figures the hens and their broods are
No fowl la so hard to doctor aa a
turkey. A secret of success with
turkevs lies In avoiding Inbreeding,
A little turk debilitated at the start
by Inbreeding haa a poor chance for
Aa the nlghta are still cold It is
advisable to give the hen eleven
eggs at the time of setting them
Thla afforda the hen a better chance
to cover and warm the egga properly,
bringing forth better results.
The baby chick trade haa grown
wonderfully. Twenty yeara ago
poultrymen never dreamed of starting
a bualneas In that line, while now
hundreds of thousands of these Inno
cents are annually snt out.
It'a alt right to have the brood
coopa wind-tight but not alr-tlgbt It
doea not take much of a carpenter to
nut a pane of glass fh a brood coop,
and tbe chlcka do better If they can
have light when they must , be shut
up during cold, stormy weather.
Bia LAND BALK.
f the Large Tract I
. Forat Nvr Cruised.
The old-Sloan place of I2t acre
Just at th aouthweet edge of the town
of Beaverton waa Bold yesterday for
$50,000 spot cash. The buyer la a
Brltlah Columbia capitalist whose
name will soon be announced, and the
aale was made by the new realty firm
of I XL, Nlner and C. E. Wlckland.
The property was owned by the Sloan
The farm bad been on the market
les than two weeks. It Is the largeat
caah Bale made recently, and the trans
fer proves thst desirable acreage
tributary to Portland Is not going beg
ging when offered at fair prices.
With the exception of 40 acre that
haa been cleaned little by little In the
laat 3S year, th whole tract la virgin
timber of good size and thick growth.
SO far aa known, the timber has never
OUT OF THE GINGER JAR.
Juat how far does the kitchen range?
Tbe housewife is - known by the
bread she bakea.
He that ear to ear ahould now be
gin to think of planting corn.
I'm so run down that I can give no
mora tick," sighed tbe alarm clock.
"I've aeen brighter- daya." alghed
the saucepan In the slovenly kitchen.
"Well. Ml be switched." angrily ex
claimed tbe email boy; and he was.
The hotbed Is well enough in Its
place, but few people would care to
sleep In It.
Fifty little chickens in the incuoator,
Ten scrawny broilers a few weeks
Many a man In bla raflactiv moods
wonders why hia wife loves him, and
ao do his neighbors.
The average boy thlnka better of tbe
cuff on hla sleeve than of the one his
teacher gives him.
There is more sound In a nonow
gourd than In a full one, and the aame
Is true of an empty head.
What two letters aptly describe tbe
condition of tbe man who la taken In
hv aharners? E. Z.
The ben may not be well educated,
but It doesn't take her long to scratch
off a few Hoes In the garden.
We can walk Into trouble with our
eyea abut, but It. la o ten Impossible
to back out with both eyes open.
"I love but her." sang tbe love-sick
swain. "If H'a butter you want you
can get that at the corner grocery,"
called out her irate father.
Mama: "Willie, what do you mean
by breaking all those eggs?" Willie:
"I heard papa aay that there's money
In eggs, and I'm trying to find It."
Jones: "Hello, Smith, what has
happened to you that you look ao
peaked?' Smith: "I ve been prac
tising the rules on 'How to Keep Well,'
published In tbe health column of tbe
Dally Screamer." . 1
Mr. Debreve'a horse kicked the
front pan of tbe wagon In and hurt
hla ifoot Tuesday.
OacarHoel, from Portland. Is out
In Clarks to look after hla farm. '
Ales Scherruble waa out In Clarka
on Thursday. He Is going to leave
soon. He Intends to make his home
In Central Oregon. '
Mr. Tallman sold eight hogs tbe
The Buol Bros, are clearing
piece of land to bow to oata.
- Mr. Marshall has finished hauling
manure oa the pot a toe patch.
Sam Elmer hauled manure on the
land he InUnds to plant potatoes on,
the other day.
Mr. Bottemlller sowed 10 acre of
Mr. 8ulllvan. road supervisor, la I
blasting out stumps.
Mr. Wettlauper'a hired band left, the
Dora Marquardt stayed out of school
to help her father sow oats and velth.
Mra. Rungo and son Clyde, are
planting potatoes. '
Netle of Application for a Liorr
Notice ia hereby gives tha I will
at the next regular meeting oil the
City Council, apply for a license to
Bell liquor at my plaee of business,
Seventh and Main 8treets, for a
period of three months.
An ordinance providing and compell
ing owners of lots whose surface Is
above the atreet, upon an Improved
atreet within the corporate limits of
Oregon City, Oregon, to build a re
taining wall to prevent tbe soil and
earth from auch lot or lota from
falling or sliding upon the sidewalk
or into the street; also giving the
City of Oregon City, tbe power to
v build soch wall In case of the re
fusal and heglect of the owner of
any auch property to do ao after
being notified to do the aame, and
making tbe cost of auch wall a lien
upon auch property, and providing
the manner ot enforcing auch lien;
also defining what notice la neces
sary to property owners baring
property requiring auch wall, and by
whom given; providing that proper
ty owners shall remove any and all
dirt from any auch lot or lota falling
or sliding upon the walka or Into
the street, and making it a mlsde-
' meanor for the owner or hla agent
to refuse or neglect to remove any
such dirt or for either or both to
fall to build auch retaining wall
when so ordered.
Oregon City does ordain aa fol
lower Section 1. Every owner of a lot
or lota within the corporate limits
. of Oregon City, Oregon, abutting
upon an Improved atreet, where the
surface of such lot or lota or tract
of land Is above the surface of such
Improved atreet and where the soil
or earth from such lot, lota or tract
of land la liable to, or does slide or
fall into the street or upon the slde-
' walk, or both, shall build a retaining
wall, the outer side of which shall
be on the line- separating auch lot.
lots or tract of land from such im
proved street, and auch wall ahall
be ao constructed aa to prevent the
soil or earth from auch lot, lota or
tract of land from falling or alldlng
Into auch street or upon the side
walk, or both, and the owner of any
such property shall keep sucn wan
In rood renalr.
Section I. It shall be the duty of
the owner of any such property as
mentioned In Section 1. herein, and
In case such owner In a non-resident,
. then the agent or other person In
charge of the aame. to remove from
the atreet or aldewalk or both aa
the case may be, any and all earth
or dirt falling on or sliding Into or
upon tbe same from the said prop
erty aa aforesaid, and to build and
maintain In order at all times, the
retaining wall a aforesaid; and up-
on th failure, neglect or refusal of
auch land owner, th agent or per-
, son In charge of the asm to clean
away auch earth or dirt falling or
eliding from auch property Into the
atreet or upon the aldewalk or both,
or to build auch retaining wall, ahall
be deemed guilty of a mldemenor(
auJ upon conviction thereof, be
fined In any aum, not exceeding $50
or be Imprisoned In the city Jail not
exceeding 25 daya or by both auch
fin and Imprisonment.
Section 2. If th owner of a lot
or part of a lot or tract of land abut
ting upon an Improved atreet, where
the aame requires a retaining wall
to keep the earth from tbe same
from falling or eliding upon th aide
walk or Into th street, faila or re
fuses to build such wall upon bis
own motion, or In case of a non
resident, then the agent or person
In charge of such property, fall or
refuses to build such wall, th street
superintendent shall post upon such
lot or part of lot or tract of land as
aforesaid, a notice to auch owner or
agent as the caae mar be to build
tbe aame, and be ahall file with the
City Recorder bis affidavit that auch
notice waa posted on such property,
giving the time and place. If the
owner live upon tbe premise, then
such notice as posted shsll be sif
ficlent, but lh case he doe not live
' upon' the premise affected, or If he
be a non-resident, then the Recorder
upon receiving the affidavit of the
atreet superintendent, shall mall a
copy of auch notice to the owner of
auch property, If known, or to the
agent of the owner. If known, and
directed to the postofflce address of
such owner or agent, when such ad
dress Is known to the Recorder, and
If jch postofflce addreaa be un
known to the Recorder, auch notice
ahall be directed to auch owner or
' agent at -Oregon City, Oregon. No
notice for the owner or agent to re
move dirt from th aldewalk or out
of tbe street as required In Section
2 hereof, and any owner or agent ot
any auch property falling to keep
auch dirt off the aldewalk or out of
the atreet shall be deemed guilty as
set forth In said Section 2.
Section 4. If after the expiration
of ten daya from the giving of auch
notice aa aforesaid If tbe owner or
agent be a resident, and twenty
days if he be a non-resident, such
owner or agent fall, refuse or neg
lect to build such wall aa required
herein, tbe aame may be built or re
paired under the direction of the
atreet superintendent, and the cost
of the labor and materials required
to build the aame or to repair It,
shall be reported by him to the
Council together with a description
of lb a lot or part of lot or tract of
land which said wall la built or re
paired to retain the .dirt -or earth
from falling on the sidewalk or into
the street, and auch cost shall con
stitute a Hen upon auch lot, part of
lot or tract of land affected, and
ahall be collected In like manner aa
aaaessments for street Improve
ments. Read first time at a special meet
ing of the Council held In tho City
Hall, Oregon City, Oregon, on the
15th day of March, 1911, at the hour
of 8 o'clock P. M.
Ordinance Mo... , i '
An ordinance declaring the assess
ment for the Improvement ot Waah
ington Street, Oregon City, Oregon,
from the south side of Second
Street to the south side of Seventh
Oregon City does ordala as fol
' Section 1. The assessment for
the improvement of Washington
8 tree t from the south side of Sec
ond Street to the south aide of Sev
enth Street, is hereby declared and
levied according to aasessment roll
No. 2, new series, and the whole
cost of the said aasessment Is
Section 2. Whereas the condition
of aald part ot aald Washington
Street la and waa daageroua to the
health and safety of the people of
Oregon City and it la necessary for
the Immediate preserve. tloa of their
health and safety that thla aasess
ment ahould oe 'mwde t once, an
l-nmergeocy la hereby aeciarea un
- exist and this ordinance anau taae
effect and be In force from and after
it approval by the Mayor
- Read first time and ordrd pub
lished at a regular meeting of the
City Council on the 15th day of
' March, 1911. at 8 o'clock p. m.
Xt L. ST!PP, Recorder.
Notice of Application for a Vacation
of a part of the Alley In Block 113,
of Oreaon City, oreoorv
Notice la hereby given that the un
dersigned have filed a petition with
the Recorder of Oregon City, Ore
gon, asking for a vacation of a por
tion of the Alley running tnrougn
Block 113, and extending from the
property line on the easterly side of
Jefferson Street to the property line
on tbe westerly side of Madison
Street of said City. The part of
aald Alley asked to be vacated being
a strip of land alx feet wide off and
from both aides of aald alley Ind
extending the length of the same
through aald block. Said applica
tion Is now pending before said
Council of Oregon City, and will
come up for hearing before aald
Council, at a meeting of the aame
to be held in the Council Chamber
at Oregon City, Oregon on the 19th
day of April, at the hour of 8 o'clock
P. M. of aald day.
W. A. WHITE
WILFRED A. WHITE,
A. W. CHENEY,
Notice of Application for a Liquor
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 ot business.
The Arcade 422 Math street, for a
period of3 months.
- ' A.. KLEBE. .
Wanted At Once!
FOR THE "
Liberal terms to hustler, tee Mr.
Miller circulation Department, En-
terprl, Oregon City Oregon.
DAYTON, Tc.. Mare 14 Th
shooting of tw ia4 dogs la Dayv
street yesterday kaa caused the wid
est alarm here. Several children nar
rowly escaped being bitten and It la
not known whether other domeatie
animal bar bees, bitten.
DISSOLUTION OF "PARTNERSHIP.
Tbe partnership heretofore existing
under tbe Arm name of Story Thom
as, having been dissolved by mutual
consent, all liabilities of th Arm are
assumed by Owen CL Thomas and all
accounts due th firm are payable to
tbe aforesaid Owen O. Thomas, -
Dated at Oregon City, Oregon, this
24th day of February, 1911.
E. V. 8TORT,
OWEN a THOMAS.
Wants, For Sale, Etc.
Notice under these' claain4 hmdtna
will b trlMr ird at on cant word, firs
Insertion, half -nt additional bimt
lions. One Inch card, ft per month J half
Inch card. (4 lines) II pr month.
Caxh must aocompaay ordar unless on
has an opra account with the papar. No
financial responsibility for errors; where
errors occur free eorrct4 notice will be
printed for patron. Minimum ehsrse ltc
FOUND Bunch of key; call and
. prove property and pay for notice
and receive them.
WANTED-Small advertisements for
- thla eoWmn. Prices very reason-
able. See rate at head of column.
VACUUM CLEANING done for 60
' centa an hour. . Call Pacific State
FOR SALE By owner 2.71 acres,
. four room bouse, barn, cow, horse,
chickens, well, fruit trees, small
frulta. Concord Statlo. telephone,
Oak Grove, red 214.
75 -acre tract good land, no rocka, S
mile from Oregon City,. 1 mllea
from O. W. P. car line. Good fruit
land. Cut into 7 anLJ4 acre tracts,
flOO to 1225 per c. Enquire of,
D. K. Bill A Co., Room 9. Beaver
Bldg., Oregon City.
FOR SALE 10 Acre orchard land,
7 acres planted to apple trees, 7
room house,, small barn, 1 miles
from Oregon City on . good road,
$3,600, terms for quick aale. Tele
phone Farmers 213. S. R. Co gin, -R.
r. D. No. 2, bog 139, Oregon;
City. Oregon. . . . ; ..
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR.
HARRY JONES Builder and General
Contractor. : Estimates cheerfully
given on all classes of building
work, concrete walka and reinforced
concrete. Res. Phone Mala 111.
O. D. EBT, Attorney-at-Law, Money
loaned, abstracts furnished, land,
titles examined, estate settled, gen
eral law business. Over Bank of
UREN A 8CHUEBEL, Attorney
Law, Deutacher Advokat. will prac
tice in all courts, make collections
and settlements. Office la Enter
prlae Bldg, Oregon City, Oregon.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE. v
V. R. HYDE, Abstract Off tee
Land title) Uveatlgatsd. conveyan
cing, notary pnbllo.
CRITICS CCnftC'iDfT ,
Room T. Barclay Bids Oregon City.
K, JU COOPER, For Fire laauraae A
and Real t-h us aaaai
your properties) w hny,""!
exchange. Office. la - aterprts
Bldg., Oregoa City, Otcoo. - . ;..-v
1 T '
FRETTAO A MONEY. Real Estate
Dealers, have choice bargains In
farm lands, city and suburban
homes, good fruit lands and poultry
ranches. See ua for good buy.
Near 8. P. depot.
SECOND HAND FURNITURE.
NEW STORE. NEW GOODS. -Whan
I moved Into my new store .
I nut In a nice line of NEW FURNI
TURE, which I am aelllng at th -prt-
ca uaually quoted for aecond hand or
hop-worn pood. Come In and look
Fin line of curie and relic.
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