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MORNING KNTEUPK1SE, WEDNESDAY,-MARCH 29, 1911.
It Wouldn't Pay
A Poor Article
Nor proportion of doubtful vmrlt or honasty for id rudiri.
B0Wi(j,ya, Sr DISCRIMINATING. Thy know valu thy know
6eNUlNt thing, gonulno opportunltloi.
Any artlcl which n bo told by advertising Is, by that taut, a
OOOI) artlcla. YOU aro aafa In buying a thing which haa "stood
th fir of publicity.? " "
Th makar of widely advertised artlcla, or commodity, la al
ys on 'or hl" 'u,n' H cannot ahlrk, nor chaapsn hla
product and thla la tha boat potslbls prottctlon for tho conaumar.
Vou aro SAFE In buying advartlaadthlnga It'a th (ogle of
aowaday bualnsta condition.
Our Hula are stylUh and chin. Mlm
Mr nml Mra. K. Mueller, of Clarke,
were In Oregon City on Tuesday.
Mrir: Jolm Austen, of CaruB, was In
Orr '") on Tuesday.
Mr and Mrs. K. (luenther, of Hhu
bel, were In Oregon City on Tuesday.
r J. t'orkrtll left on Monday even
ing fur a vlMlt with hi daughter, who
resides m-ar Molulla.
Mr Messlngor. of Shubel. was In
Oregon City on Tuesday, hsvlng
brought In a load of potatoes.
r. P. Shank, of Boring, was trans
acting -business In Oregon City on
Mundsy and Tuesday.
Joseph Meyers haa accepted posl
tka s ltrk In the grocery atore of
limner linllou, a well known farmer
of Ragle Creek, was In Oregon City
tmnnartltiK huslnesa on Tuesday.
Mr. Cuinmlngs, the sawmill man of
Clarke, wns among the Oregon City
bulnen visitors on Tuesday.
The pupils of Mount pleasant achool
will Kvt an entertainment on Batur
Uy evening, April 1. at the school
hrniw Admission will be $6c.
I. V. Illvers and William McGreg
ory left on Tuesdsy for tho Robert
toon for the Mellrlde. place near Mo
IslU. win-re they will drill a well.
Vou tske .no chance when ynn
boy fkmr at 'Harris (irocery. We
carrv only the "money dark'' kind. of
J, K Munipower. one of the well
inoyn farmers of Stone, waa In Ore
ion City on Monday and Tuesday, and
t..j.ia,l . a 17-1 is t rl ,
R. A Schoenhorn made a business
trip to 1'ortlsnd on Monday. Mr.
Brh'M-ntiorn will mkih open his con
fectionery and Ire cream parlora on
Pried fruits are net tin scarce, but
are still selling; those fine dried
apples snd peaches at 0c per lb at
If, Rivera ana wiiiiam jintrn
err left on Tuessy for the Itol)ert
MeBrida farm, 'where they will drill
t 911. The Mclirlde place la beyond
H. Rlreblg, touts Farr and Richard
Pttzold went to Portland onafl'uesday
where they purchased 50 head of
iteers from the stock yards. The
lock was brought to this city Tues
day. ti"tllln Vaiivhafi a wull Vnnvn
fMlilent of Molalla, waa In Oregon
City on Tuesday on hla way to Port
land, with hla Jlttle daughter, who will
undergo an operation at the hospital
The Friendly Tllble Class will Rive a
mimlcnl and literary entertainment In
the parlors of the Presbyterian church
tonight. Admission 10c. Everybody
Mends the Friendly affnlra of the
Friendly Class. A classy program as
sured. There will be a meeting of Wlllam
ttte Falls Camp No. 14 W. O. W., at
their hull on Main atreet. at 8 p. m.
on Saturday evening. April 1. There
will be an Initiation of three) candi
dates mid the reception of several ap
plications for membership. A full
turnout Is desired.
lord's Code, a codification of the
State laws, waa being distributed to
the county officials Tuesday. This
book was printed by the 8tate printer
for distribution throughout tne conn-
iy onices in me maie,
.1 A v. . i
iTrn an oppormniiy iu jiuiv,w
it a good round figure.
Wllllnm Roard will leave for Wis
consin in May. where he will visit hla
old home, residing In that Btate for
t years. Before returning to Oregon
as will visit with relatives In Minne
sota. Mr. Beard la one of the most
nthnnlnstle booster for Oregon, and
III no doubt Induce some of hi
friends to mafia thla their future
Friends of the new Clackamas
Southern Rnllwav Co. have Invited
the directors to come to Maple Lane
and hold a meeting for the purpose of
wiring atock aubacrlptlons. Tnis
III be done In the near future prob-
ij ahlv ik. - A . 4 11
' inn iirni hi nrii wiwk. mi
becoming interested In the auccesa of
. thla project, knowing that It tneana
j "iiifh for the good of the city ana
PEOPLE POINTED OUT
Mra. Diivsll n mrinrarin. made a
Rainess trip to thl city on Monday.
. Mrs. J. r. Newton, of Canby; waa
, ja Oregon City on business Monday.
Mr. and' Mr. George Ogle, of Can.
j, were among the Oregon City bust
"-a viaitors on Monday.
n Ml Llddle Hornshuh and Raymond
"uenther, of Shubel, were among the
Oregon City vUltor on Toeday.
. Mra. Henry Hornshuh, of Portland,
City W'h rln(U ,n C'0"
Ma. Charle Stuart and Mr. St.
wair, of Carus, were In Oregon City
Tuesday. v, ,
Mra. Bmlth and ion, Sidney, of Mil
", wr viBltlng with friend In thl
'7 on Tuesday.
' Mr Harley Steven, of Portland,
In Oregon City on Tuesday vlslt
2 Hh her parents, Mr. and Mr.
nnr Meldrum. . . -.'
Mrs. pre(1 nuilRrd( wno' has been
Jiaiiing with Mr. and Mr. Herman
"ier, of Logan, ha returned to her
,on t Mountain View.
Mrs. William Beard waa calk-1 to
""'jnd on Sunday evening owli.g to
"Ines 0f the little .child olMr.
n Mr. Ron Reard.
Mr. II. Ott, formerly resident of
Baleiu, but now of Hubbard, was In
Oregon City on Tuesday being a guest
at the home of Mr. and Mr. II. W,
Mr. fi. (V.1 Dlllmun. who haa been
very 111 for the past three weeks at
hla home lu this city, I Improving,
n ml will, ho able -to sit up within a
MIhs lino Tlnndiflph, the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Randolph, will
leave on Haturdsy "evening for Cali
fornia, where she will visit with her
grsndmother,, Mrs. Kmmn Imt6, of
Mra. Ralph Miller and son, Marlon,
left TuesdHy night for Hlllnboro
whore they will visit with the former's
sister. Mrs. I. M. Hoytt, for a week
The Miller baby haa fully recovered
from his recent severe Illness.
Mrs. F.rnat. of Seattle, Wash., who
has been visiting with her mother,
Mrs. Christ Hornshuh. will return to
ner home on Thursday. Mra. Krnst
was called to Shubel by the serious
Illness of her mother, who Is Improv
ing. Mr. David Shepherd and two sons,
David and Alvln. of Portland, are
guesta at the home of Mr. W. 11. Rl
lis. Mr. Shepherd has his eye open
tor a ood Drospect for Investment an
Is said to like things In Clackamaa
Prof. R. MTcase, of Forest Orove.
wss rn Oregon City Monday calling
on friends. He wss at one time a
professor In the school In his home
city. He now haa hla eyea oien for
Investments and may make aeverai in
Mrs. Normsn R. lJng returned
home Tuesday from a six months' vi
sit to friends In Southern California.
She will leave the last of the week for
New York, where she goes to visit her
sister, Mrs. Kttelne-1 JCella, whose
husband Is connected with the French
consulate In the Metropolis.
WOMAN'S HABITS BAD
IF STORY IS TRUE
HUSBAND WANTS SEPARATION
BEFORE SOMETHING HAP
PENS THAT'S BAD.
fleornfl Coulson Tuesday morning
filed a suit In the Circuit Court again
st natthene Coulnon for a decree of
divorce. They were married at Port
land. November 30. 1909. This was
their second marriage, they having
been previously divorced, but for the
sake of their baby, they were again
married. The child died February I
last, and Couleod says the conduct of
hi wife hs passed Trom bad to worse
n,i has made life uniiearaoio.
she is charged with throwing knlve
at him, of holding him up to tne naicui..
of the neighbor, of penaing money
recklessly, of not returning nome un
til i.i. t nlvhts. and neglecting her
household dutlo. leaving Coulson, af
ter a hard day' wora to cook an pr
n. via nwn meals, do all the chore
around the house and look after the
chicken coop. On aeverai occasions
.he has staved out all nignt ana on
February 11 she returned home to pack
un her clothe and left the house for
good. Coulson declare ne aoe noi
know where ni win is ur uw
aupport herelf. Mr. and Mr. Coul
son have been living at Arleta, where
he bought a home.
Silver Ta Thursday.'
Mr. H. C. Steven and Mra. J. M
Mark will give a allver tea for the
benefit of the Congregational church
on Tbwraday afternoon at the home of
Mra. Stevens on Hixtn ana wasning.
ton atreet. All are invited to thla ar
THOMP80N IS REMOVED.
r SALEM. Or., March 28-8pl.)
W. Lair Thompson, member of the
House who was an announced foe of
Gov. West throughout the last session
nf the legislature, today lost hi place
a land board attorney, and will be
succeeded by L. J. conn.
.. Read the Morning Enterprise.
J THE HALL OF FAME.
FRANCES ELIZABETH WIL
LARD Temperance reformer.
vllle, N. Y,
Sept. 23, 18.10;
York Feb. 18,
18118. Waa ed
ucated In tb
lege and lat
er wa mad
aesthetic there. Resigned to be- X
come secretary of the Woman
f Christian Temperance union,
later succeeding to the presi
dency, which he held onttl
4..h in . iSftfl founded the
Z World' CbrlstUn Temperance
Z union and five year afterward
wa maoe it presiaeni.
t tured much In America and Eng- I
land on temperance ana wuumu -r
uffrage. edited the Union Signal
and wa author of vartou book.
BELIEF THAT P. R. L A P.
WILL BE ABLE TO MAKE
PORTLAND, Or., March 2B. It Is
promised by the Portland Railway,
IJght ft power Co. that by the year
1AM It will be generating more elec
tric power than any other similar Con
cern on the Pacific Coast. This pre
diction Is Issm upon the big expendi
tures now being made for the mam
moth water power plants near Port
land. On Its generating plants and the
construction of high tension trans
mission lines, the company will have
expended $7,0011.000 by 1914, construc
tion already completed representing
an Investment of 13.000.000. My Jan
uary. 1914. the company will be gen
erating 105.000 horse power at. Its
This amount Includes thn'lS.000
horse poer plHnt at Oregon City,
the 25,000 horse power plant at Caxa
dero, 25.000 horse power at RstacBda,
which will be completed In September
of thla year, and 40.000 -additional
horse rower on the Cppcr Clackamas.
With the completion of this develoth
ment work the comimny will use the
same water three tlmea at different
plnnts on the river.
The- company proposes to supply
electrical energy throughout a large
district In Oregon and Washington.
Heretofore It has not been selling
power on a very extensive scale, need
ing most of the energy generated, at
Its various plants for It own projects.
In future It will have an enormous
voltage to dlKse of and It Is Presi
dent Josselyn's Idea That It will be
come cheaper to the consumer a the
volume of the business Increases.
"I expect to see the day." sld he.
"when electrical power will be fur
nished In Portland more cheaply than
any place In the world. According to
my theory It Is going to he lower and
lower. We expect to make electrical
energy so chesp tha factories now
using steam power, generated by re
fuse material, could not possibly cotrf
pete with the price we will be able
ROSE CITY GUESTS.
Will Be Invited to the Banquet By the
The eecretsry of the Oregon City
Commercial Club haa been Instructed
t Invite the nresident and aecretary
of the Portland Commercial Club and
the secretsry of the Chsmber of com
merce to attend the banquet to be glv.
en by the Oregon City Commercial
fluh on Wednesday evening, Aprn
19. Aa the Portland booster are in-
erested In the boosting movement in
thla whole valley It la believed these
men will attend and give the local or
ganization any tip that are fleemea
for the good or tne worn nere.
RACE MEET AT CANBY
Pushed to Make
Max Races a Success
fJeo. M. Laxelle and M. J. Laxelle
of thl city made a business trip to
Canby yesterday to make arrange
ment for a Race Meet to do neia un
he Canby track some time in May.
The traca at canny is ownea mi
manaeed bT the Clackamaa i.ounu
Fair Association and la the fastest
half mile track In the Nortnwest, i ne
soil Is of a peculiar nature which
does not cup and alway ha a fine
Anion the horsemen wno are in
terested In race meet are Herbert
Robblns, Mr. Leonard. B. vaugnn
Mr Knluht. J. R. Sawyer, Sim Llnd
sey. M. J. Lee. W. H. Lncke and other
prominent trainera ana norse o
hn are making neaauunrirra at
r.labrsts Two Birthday.
mi- and Mra. V. Harris and two
children, Lillian nd Herbert, Mr. and
Mr. Lawrence Maut were Sunday
,...i. nf Mr. and Mr. William Me-
Cord. when the Bfith birthday anniver
sary of Mr. McCord. and the 12th
birthday anniversary of Herbert Har
ris were observed. The afternoon waa
devoted to musical selection
James Smith, one of the prominent
farmer of Macksburg, waa In Oregon
ntv vesterday attending the meeting
of the executive committee of the
Clackamaa County Fair Aasociauon
., -lr '
IS III FRONT RANK
PROSPECTS BRIGHT FOR BIGGER
AND BETTER FAIR THAN
ANY YEAR IN PAST
TO BE SEVERAL DISTRICT DISPLAYS
There Will be Four Day of Show Th
Year Classes Promts Much
More of Interest
The Clackamaa county Fair ia
known all over the Paolfto Coast' as
the BIO COUNTY FAIR OF OREGON,
The fourth annual Fair held last fall
wa such a success and the exhlbl
tors and patrons were o well pleased
that the nrospects for the fifth annual
Fair, to be held the last four days of
September, are better tnan over De-
fore for a banner Fair.
The district display thla year will
be one of the main attraction. This
entry will open to Granges, Improve
ment Clubs or Districts to man
collective display of the products of
the farm and household. Already
Clalrmont district has selected spsce
for their bla- exhibit with B. Knppen
bender as manager of, the exhibit
Manle Lane Orange Is contemplatin
making an exhibit and Barlow will
be In the field again. They are the
winners of first prlre at the last Fair.
Gladstone haa had an exhibit at every
fair an far and win pronaDiymn
close race for first -pr! this year,
Th wnn first nrlr.e two year ago.
At the last meeting of Warren
Orange at New Era, they decided to
go to the Fair with the on Intention
of carrying away first honor. The
apace for th exhibit hs already
been selected and the committees sre
af work. Geo. Randal, Geo. Laxelle
and B. L. Casio are looking after
the grain and grasses department,
Fred China and David McArthur wUI
see that the vegetable department I
up to th standard. Mr. Geo. Ran
dal, Mr. K. Bpulak and Mr. J. C.
Doods will arrange the household
and fancy work department and Mrs.
Joe. Hofman Is In charge of the com;
mlttee of decorator. W. A. Dodd I
Warner Grange I noted for Its
business ffke method and system and
everybody will know that Warner
Grange ha an exhibit at the Fair.
Other grangea and Improvement
club are expected to be heard from
soon, among these are Mt. Pleasant,
Mountain View and Willamette. ...
Op'nion on th Hsrsm Skirts
Ars Divldsd Liks th Csrmsnt.
Opinions are divided, like the gar
merit Itself, conceriilni; the beauty and
tlllty of tbJ han in skirt. Already the
curious combination of skirt and trou
sers bus aiHred In the large titles of
America as well as the old world. In
truth It must be said that the women
who have woru the bnrein sklr). or the
Joupe Nculotte, to give It a name t but
comes from Pnrls, were actresMes who
were eiiKT to have tliclr. nnmea and
pictures In the papers.
One of the features of the coo In
New York' Central park Is Ilattle. an
elephant that plays the haruiouWa.
Ilattle dues not get uju b niulc out of
the Instrument who can? but she
make n noWe, and she usually ha ui
udlence when she performs. On a re-
AHEM BKIBT rOB BTSBBT WEAR.
cent Sunday afternoon Keeper Snyder
brought out Ilattle and ber harmonica
an prepared to entertain the crowd,
Jnttt then a woman wearing a barem
skirt appeared, and the concert waa
called off. The crowd cared much
more for the entertainment offered by
tb wearer of tb trouserettes tbnu
for an elephant playing a mouth organ
Keeper Snyder and Ilattle returned to
th elephnnt bouse, and the sightseers
followed off after the barem aUrt and
lta satisfied wearer.
A writer In an English paper conald
era the case for and against tbe barem
skirt and expresses tbe opinion that
mors can be aald against the garment
than for It
'Speaking generally of tbe project
ed mode." say thl writer, "it is pot
to be commended, since It continues
tb scries of what may bo called tbe
eccentric fashions which w have re'
llglously followed for almost tbe whole
of . the first decade of , this century
Now and then It I permissible to be
foolish and extreme, since it serve the
better to accentuate tbe charm of more
becoming or les exaggerated style
when they are brought forward, but
we cannot blind ourselves to the fact
that for some seaaons now we bare
V V vt St TT H v x
$ i4 . 3I,e 1 hvts'i
asbu snat ton th house.
aaerslstently adopted mode which have
been peculiar rather than pretty, end
If th 'harem' la to follow on the 'hob
ble' we shall assuredly bar gone
step' further along our apparently de
termined , course to mak . ourselves
conspicuous rather than elegant
"Th women of every nation bar
llielr physical as well as mental char
acterlstlcs. The barem skirt Is doubt
less oeautlful on tbe Turkish woman.
and what can exceed th charm of
tb klmpno on little" Mme. Cbrysan
theme T But Nlguar would not be a
attractive In a tailor built skirt, nor
doe Mimosa Ban seem qnlte aa dain
ty In the latest western faahlon. Why
theq ahould w think w should be
able to cloth ourselves with sueceaa
according to. the fancy of the faahlon
mongers of other countrleaF
1 rTJywinaa" ii JW"
L- i ' ff
i iff H
THREESCORE AflD TGI
AT BROTHERHOOD MEET
MUSIC AND SPEAKING FOLLOW
ON THE HEELS OF A TOOTH
There were about three score and
ten to participate In the banquet by
the M. K. Brotherhood, held In the
parlora of the M. K church Tuesday
evening. There has been a break In
the meetings of, this Brotherhood,
caused by conditions which led up to
strenuous work along another line,
and the members of the Brotherhood
having been scattered It Is taking a
little time to get them back. """"
But a few more feasts Ilk the good
ladles of the church put up Tuesday
ignt will do the work, not io say any
thing of the enjoyable after meeting
which music and apeech making
ayed a prominent part.
After the feast fit for the spread
of a king those present were given
enjoyment- In the presentation of sev
eral musical numbers on the violin by.
Prof. Douglass, accompanied by Mrs.
Douglass. This part of the program
was followed by an address by Rev.
E. Cllne, D. D.. a retired Methodist
pastor who lives In Portland.
The Doctor I well known one of
those pastors who, through living a
busy life, has accumulated a large
store of information which when Im
parted to bis hearer In the Interest-
ng manner for which he la noted, al
ways cause one to wish that he would
continue and not stop so soon. And
his address on this occasion was of
thla character, meeting all the rcqulre-
menta of the evening and calling forth
pplause. at aeverai of hla character
N. D. Lukens, connected with the
M. C. A. work In Portland was the
second speaker of the evening. His
ddress was an Incentive to better
living, with many hints of better
things within the reach of the man
who will put his hand out to take hold
or bend bis steps toward the goal of
thing that ennoble and uplift.
Those present proved very enthus
iastic listeners, and the evening was
one .with much good In It for all who
were so fortunate as to be present to
hear snd enjoy the privileges.
Heart to Heart
By EDWIN A. NYE.
WHO WAS LIBERATED 7
I wa mnch Interested the other day
in bearing an intelligent colored man
tell about the coming celebration of th
fiftieth anniversary of the eniaacips
tlon of his race.
What a fifty years!
A half century ago at least 3.000.000
human beings In this country were
held as chattels.
The signing of a name. "A. Lincoln,"
broke their fetter.
In the half century the colored race
haa progressed remarkably, everything
considered. When the Hebrews got
out of bondage In Egypt they wander
ed aimlessly for forty years, and It
was hundreds of years before they
made much advance.
Who was freed In 18C3T
The black race? Surely. And yet.
in a truer sense. In a higher signifi
cance of things, another race waa lib
orated In a word
The white race! ...
Because th whit men who held
their slave were really In bondage-
They were In bondage to a creed
which held that slavery was not only
politic, bnt right
Who wss liberated? ,
Not merely the slave. The white
man was emancipated from a preju
diced and unjust doctrine. , -
In bis great speech In the trial of
Warren Hastings, Edmund Burke
"England ia not strong enough, not
-mighty enough, to conserve th rights
of tbe haughtiest dweller on tbe bank
of the Thame river and at the same
time trample on tbe right of the
humblest Hindu on the banka of the
And Just so
This country wss not strong enough
to uphold tbe rights of the haughtiest
dweller on the banks oftbe Iludjwn
river and at the aam time trample
upon the right of th humblest slave
on the bank of tbe Mississippi river.
I am not saying that mistakes were
not made political mistakes In the
events that followed emancipation.
I am saying what Is patent to all
fifty years afterward that In a higher
The white man was freed.
News and News Only.
"Look a-bere. Lein," aald a ub
scrlber to the village weekly, meeting
its editor on the street, "when are' you
a-goln' to glv ua soniethln "bont th
fire hint Thiirndnyr
"I didn't reckon to say anything 'bout
It, Joiiiih." replied the editor. "Ever
man. womnn. child and dog In th'
whole town knows theYe was a fire,
saw th fire and was at tb fire, aft 1
reckon they're plum tired of It." Met
Receipt for th past week outalde
of entries for the Fat Stock Show
have been very light. The market on
all gradea of cattle has steadied up:
too steer are firm at $6 to 16.50,
medium grades $5.50 to $6 00. Cows
seem to be In demand and If anything
are finer than steers. Tops $5.25 to
$5.75. ' ,
Demand for draft horses continues
to Increase.- A good many chunks
were sold during the week, sale run
ning from $200 to $300 a bead.
The sheep msrket is good. Ewes
and medium .weight wethora, having
the v preference . over other grades.
Tops on ewes may be considered as
lOo. higher than laat week. A few
aprtng lambs wer on the market and
aold for 10c a lb. Demand for such
is good. .
The Fat 8tock 8how was A success
In every particular. The Grand Cham
pion steer, rslaed by Ed Cole of Bak
er, Oregon, bringing 2o a ' pound.
Grand Champion cow, raised by J. N.
Evans, of Eagl,' Idaho, bringing 15o
a pound, and the champion load of
steer, (10 2-year-olds) raised by Me-
Kennon Chandler, of Ia. Grands,
Oregon, bringing 19.35 per hundred.
The car of Highland cattle exhibited
by Bale A Jones, of Wisdom, Mont.,
deserve mention. They took fourth
prize in the two year old contest and
2nd prize In tb killing contest. Ex
hibitors, promoters and spectators
alike, are nthuslastle In their praise
of this event which Is considered aa
Important mllepost In the Livestock
Industry of the Pacific Northwest
Representative aalea have been as
88 steers ., 1139
70 steers V 1270
150 steers ..1072
28 steer 1112
1 calf 160
8 calves 277
1 bull 1590
19 spring lambs 28
660 lambs 79 "
524 lambs 86
240 ewes 116
2 cows 1250
26 cows .'. 10CO
104 cows 920
12 cows 1012
147 hogs 215
26 hogs 188
41 hogs 191
4 hogs .- 320
1 team draft horses
1 team draft horses
2 drafters, each
Tb fair weather still continues and
all are enjoying it to the fullest ex
tent, in various waya, the roads ar
in excellent condition for driving and
motoring. Many machinea being in
our neighborhood Sunday.
Mrs. S. Owens and Mrs. Guile Olsen
visited Mrs. Wyland last Sunday af
ternoon. At present Mrs. Wyland Is
staying with her daughter, Mrs. L. B.
Len Owens and Carl Sether have
returned home after working several
month with' a piling gang on the
Molalla, and will spend the summer
In this vicinity. .
J. E. Morrison and family spent
Sunday afternoon with Mr. an Mrs.
Otto Owens has been laid up for
the past week with lm foot. He
Is under Dr. Weaver' care.
A. L. Yoder and wife spent 8unday
with Mr. and Mra. Joe Conrad.
Gee! but the glrla are busy these
days. What's all the excttement
about? . Why tho Cap 8oclal to be
sure, that will be given at tbe Ever
green achool next Saturday evening,
Aoril 1. Miss Yoden is busy drilling
tbe scholars, and haa an excellent
program on the way, one feature will
be a Japanese song by Ethel Mor
rison. In costume. '
Tbe Misses Emma Konscbak and
Anna Gotfredson were entertained by
Mrs. A. O. Yoder last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 8. Scone were In
Oregon City on business last Satur
day. . In hla trip to tne city air.
Sconce took bis first ride on a train.
and aDoarently he enjoyed that
way of traveling: Now we are look.
Ing for him to Invest in an aiuo so
he can go some more.
J. Watson, of East Yodervwe, naa a
very severe and painful spell or sick
ness last week, but we are glad to
know he Is well again. -
A verv Dretty and elaborate woa
ding took place la Woodburn last
Wednesday, when miss Mauae Men
ley and John Knight were Joined In
wedlock: the iceremony tooa piace
at high noon, and soon after a very
dainty luncheon was served to tne
manv sliest s who were present. Mr.
and Mr. W. H. Yoder and Mr. Kather-
ln Yoder of thla vicinity were among
those present and report a very en
joyable time. After a short honey
moc" trip, Mr. and Mrs. Knight will
reside in Vancouver, Wash.
Mr. Fosmark. recently from Min
nesota, a brother of the late John
Fosmark, la visiting relative and
friends in thl neighborhood. He msy
locate here In the near future if he
finds a suitable farm for sale.
C. McGonagal and family, of
Needy, spent Sunday afternoon with
Mr. and Mrs. Jack.
Mr. Williams has started on a trip
to Crook County this morning, to see
If there were any homesteads left In
Mies Elva Conrad Is visiting; with
her sister, Mrs. A. L. Yoder.
Grandma Ross was reported a little
better on Monday. Her cas laat week
waa reported almost hopeless. Dr.
Mount la In attendance.
Stafford and Willamette baaeba 1
teams on last 8unday played baseball
here. The score was 10 to 8 In favor
of Stafford. '
fGrandma Baker, of this place, waa
reported a little better the first of the
"Is II. Schoenheins made a trip to
Canby Saturday night. .
Willamette waa well represented
last Sunday night at tho M. E. church,
when th band of thla place rendered
excellent music which waa appreciat
ed by all present. The band has a
date t the Baptist church In the
Chaa. Moeknke and wife, of this
place, made a business trip to Port1"3
M Anther social is planned for the
near future in this burg. .
Many improvements are being made
in and around Willamette at the pres
ent time. . ' r
tn nlnthei- has been plowing a
two acre piece of ground he cleared
A,ii-4n tha, winter.
A land agent has been trying to so-
Herman Moeknke celebrated his
hi-thda snnlversary last Friday
Manv friend and relatives
and enloyed themselve.
n.nrv Tiettman la busy with his
steam wood saw, cutting wood for
Wanted . At .Once!
Liberal term to hustlers, S Mr,
Mmr Clrculstlcn Department, En
terprise, Oregon City Oregon.
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th neighbor. . ,
Mr. aad Mrs. - Bu-t Cumin, of
Beaver Creek, visited with Lawll
Baser and family Sunday.
Wm Moekok went to Oregon City
on business Saturday. . ...
Philip Maastnger I bom for a few
day from Portland.
Mr. Moer bought some baled traw
from John Blullm on day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. James Beeson went
to Oregon City Sstnrday. '
Mrs. C. Hettman has been la Clarke)
during the past week with her ou
Ed. " -
Mr. Rlngo and family, of Clarke,
visited, with Chaa. Moehhke , and
George Stephen and family visited
with John Card and family of Clarke '
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
The partnership heretofore existing
under tb firm name of Story Jt Thom
as, having been dissolved by mutual
consent, all liabilities of th firm ar
assumed by Owen G- Thomas and all
accounts due the firm are payable to
the aforesaid Owen O. Thomas.
Dated at Oregon City, Oregon, thl
24 th day of February, 1911.
B. T. STORT,
OWEN a THOMA8.
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FOR SALE By owner Z.71 acree,
four room house, barn, cow, horse,
chickens, well, fruit trees, small
fruits. Concord Station telephone.
Oak Grove, red 314. t
1 acres on Division St., 6 room
house, bath room and basement,
barn, chicken house, orchard and
small fruit, city water. Price $1,300.
Terms. Clyde A McRae, 1003 Main
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR.
HARRY JONES Builder and General
Contractor. Estimates cheerfully
given on all class of building
work, concrete walk and rlnforcd
concrete. Re. Pbone Main HL
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loaned, abstract furnished, land
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and settlements. Office In Enter
prise Bldg., Oregon City, Oregon.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
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Land title Investigated, conveyan
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