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MOttNING ENTEUPRI8E, SUNDAY, APItIL 2, 1911.
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Utratiag dramatic : Incidents in the life of Samson
M. E. CHURCH TO-NIGHT
Come early to be sure of a good Seat.
I0i4&a. m.f 4 'The Devils Sneer."
Captain Jack and"
, By MARGARET FOSTER
Copyright by American Press A
Thar will be a stockholder'! meet
ing of tb Horn Oil and Gas Com
pany, to be bold at the Commercial
Club rooms at 1 p. m. Wednesday,
April 6. Tbls meeting will be held for
the election of a board of directors for
the ensuing year. -
L shubsl. ' Hhubel. was In the
i lib "d exclua v, style
1 ,jnif. tinsmith's.
Tabt-r. "" th prominent
l.katiM' near Handy, was
UiCliy Thursday on busl-
,rt line ot l'l"or' i0 l ound
.dllr J llnlilnndor, of DoBver
, wers m'lMnic business pur
,lilb city Hsittwlay.
, 0i.,l.t.n...O.I.I Fellows will
ihelr regular meeting - Monday
fl f""1"1 mM ooln up
p M0U". ,ne PromIn,,nt
r,rt of the romiiy. was here from
umaioo Saturday on a business
H (mil are Retting srsrrebi.t
r,iilll i'lH" I hose fine dYled
pans' pHi-hi'K st 10c per lb M
,ii Mra. (nrl Hoot lie. living on
III nu. are Ihe proud posses
oft now taby boy. bom at noon
rJf. t .
ud Mm. K. P (iuenther of
L wrs In tint city Hsturday do
.aoM trading and delivering a
i4 bandsoiiip potatoea to the
C Dr " occupy the pulpit at
llnantaln Vic fnlon church to
tits he will talk on "The Con
itloo of Amcrlcnn Morals."
take 'to chances when you
Our it Harris Orocory. We
i only (he "money back" kind of
, paplla of Mount Pleasant school
ib entertainment at the school
, Saturday night. The proceeds
ir th purchase of base ball suits
b local hall tram.
flic fires.' ball toam plays the
kiya flub, of Portland, this after
It Is the opening game of the
it and all lovers of ball are In-
K. BUI Is erecting a neat eottage
ladatooe. It Is being built on the
jm sear Ihe Chautauqua grounds
will stake a nice home for some
anirterly meeting of the three
tln comprising the county or
ntlos of thn Socialist party In
roMtt-Orcsnn City. Canby and
itta-W cet In Canby today.
int bwiarn will be called up.
fa mrsng service at the Pres
to rtwrh todsy there will be
Wbntka of the Lord's Supper,
id ill members are earnestly In
t Consrrgatlonal Brotherhood
koM Ha next banquet on Tuesdsy
l The program Is not quite
tor announcement but It Is said
1 tt a good one.
i tebtt at Clalrmonfwsoheduled
Vlday nlrht at that place, was
otd arrniint of the Illness of D.
wbender, who wss one of the
Ipals to the debate. It will be
i li two weeks, or Friday even
c date of the next Brotherhood
ln at the Baptist church has
t for Tuesday evening, April
Tba program committee Is not
f to make Its announcements but
Mo w soon.
Robbie Rums society of this
Kill attend service at the Congre
pi church this evening, at the
kour, kt which time the pastor,
W. If. Proctor, will preach on
object of "Scotland and the
Die evening service In the M. E.
kk today there will be a popular
N. with an Illustrated sermon by
Kits Blanchsrd. the sublect be-
rn Head of Gollsth.M All are
rular semi-monthly meeting
Iwda Post, 0. A. R, was held Bat-
p srtsrnoon. The usual routine
M transacted, with a good at-
fes of members but nothing out
M ordinary came before the Post
K Unnl meeting of the member
ws rreanyterisn church, to be
Ondr ftvnnln-r wilt lv tha
P MWrd annual gathering. These
r e been gathering Intereat
years until now they are
ehurch.bl0 ,h" member,n,D ot
hy pwple came to Oregon City
t. . ln wprw" purpoea of
Vii ln th" Clackamas South-
-7. reopi out Reaver Creek
and Molalla way are beginning to
recognise that the proposed railway
means much to them and are 'coming
forward with small subscriptions, bent
on showing thnlr faith In the project
sud bellof In the feasibility of the
The two lough looking hobos that
caused uneasiness smong tbo employ
es at the 8. P. depot Friday night, and
were locked up by Officers Or ecu and
Cooke, were given their liberty Sat
urday morning and told to "beut It."
As a sequel to the fight In the house
to the resr of the Klitctrlo hotel, be
tween two foreigners named Kellles
and Challyou, the latter accusing the
former of sasault In retaliation for hl4
own nrroKt- by his companion, the
charge wss dropped snd the mstter al
lowed to be forgotten la police circles.
PEOPLE POINTED OUT
Kx-Mayor Csrll was a guest of Port
land friends Saturday.
Mist Mabel 'ohnson. of Portland,
has arrived In Oregon City for a visit
with MUs Dnlsy Larscn.
Rev. R. C. Ive, of Portlsnd. was
the guest Hsturday of Mrs. C. C. Hall
snd Mrs. O. r. Everhard. of Mountain
Mra. Rsndolph snd daughter Into,
who have been visiting friends here,
left Saturday night for their home In
Santa Clara, Cal.
Miss Jennie IJUe, tescher In the
Oregon City schools, left on Friday
eveulng for Albany, where she will
visit with relstlves until Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter IMmlck are
over Sunday visitors to friends In
Forest drove, which Is the girlhood
home of Mrs. Dlmlck. .
Mr. C; W. Labour, living at Deer
Iodge. Lincoln county, Oregon, who
was for years a farmer at Marqunm,
was In the city calling on friends Frl
duy and Saturday.
Mr and Mrs. Ram Stevens, who nave
i..n atiAiidina- their honeymoon down
the Columbia River, have returned to
Oregon Cy and tasen up tneir reai
dnc at Canemah.
ir. il C Croas and family, who
have been living at The Dallea for
il.. ho-.lt h nt Mra. Crosa for the oast
year, have arrived home and are again
occupying the family home near the
Chautauqua Park, lliaaatone. mis.
Cross' heslth has been much Improved
by the sojourn In thst part of the
tw-.iarv m. J. Laxelle. of the Com-
...rrlil flub, waa at Woodburn Fri
day attending the horse show there.
lie reports thst tne horsemen are au
kImujI to think that there is to be B
big dny here on the occaalon of the
Rooster event and saya that they have
all promised to be here with good dis
plays of norsenesn.
Alex Bcherruble was out In Clarks
on Thursday. Ho Is going to leave
soon. He Intends to make his home
In Centrsl Oregon.
Dora Marquardt stayed ont of school
to bslp her father sow oats and velth.
Mr. Taliman soia eignt bogs the
The Ruol Bros, are clearing a
piece of land to sow to oats.
Bam Elmer hauled manure on the
land he Intends to plant potatoes on,
the other day.
THE-HALL - OF-FAME. - I
ANDREW JACKSON -Celebrated
general and seventh pres
Idunl of the
ment, N. C
1707; died at.
June 8. 1843.
law and removed to Tenneasee.
where be was successively pub
lic proaecutor, member of con
gress, United Btstes senator and
Justice of the state supreme
court Defeated the Creeks. In
three battles, took Pensacola
from the Engllah and repulsed
Sir Edward rs ken bam In a sig
nal victory at New Orleans In
1818. Jsckson wss then gover
nor of Florida and again senstor
from Teunessee. Defested for
president In 1824, he waa elected
In 1828 and again In 183X As
president he brought tn the
spoils system, put tbe United
States bnnk out of business and
quelled nullification In the south.
Mr. Debreve's horse kicked the
front part of the wagon In and hurt
his foot Tuesday.
Oscar Hoel, from Portland, la out
Duties of a Parlor Maid.
A. I'tnlor uiiild Is tij iHiiU to take
cliurfco of tbo imrlors und dlulng room
and lower bulls of a bouiw only. There
la apt t .e at butler or a waltrt-Ms In
the eHtubilNbuieuu where a parlor
Oiald (s k'ej.t. so. tbe dutlea of waiting
on tbe tuble do not route within bor
She Is ' always neatly clnd ln the
morning ln a plaiu llsbt glnubam
dretts, wltb an apron with aboulder
straps, snd bib and wenrs a cap. In
tbe sfternoou she wesrs a black dress
with u i Ton. collar, cunTs and cap. Aft
er abe rlHes lu tbe morning she duata
tbe pnrlors, bolls snd all tbe rooms on
tbe lower floor. Wbcn sbe has eaten
breukfnHt sbu begins the regular work,
which Is planned a little dllfcrently for
On one morning sbe sweeps tbe par
lor, ou snother tbe library, and so on
during tbe week. In tbe afternoon
tbe maid must be reedy to open tbe
front door If tbe butler Is dressing r
occuplod with, some afternoon work.
Sbe may bring ln afternoon tea, and
In a family where there are children
she very often gets tbclr supper and
waits on them In their own dining
room or st their especlul table.
If there Is a governess In tbe fam
lly It Is the duty of the psrlor maid to
see that 1ier Miosis srv rterly serv
ed. In a siiinll etnlllhnu-nt a parlor
mu Id Is tiHinilly a wulires alo. Stic
then hit hnrre of the dlulng rom
and wrlom si-d nil of the lower port
of the , Iioiimp. but iI'h s nothing tip
at ulrn. She opens the front door sud
In expected In be nlwsyx ni'iitly dti
ed snd luinmcu'ate. so sbe has her
laundry work done for her and has
no heavy, rough work to do. She Is
not expected to wnsli windows or cU-nn
the sldewslks and front Kteps.
Dressing by Syatsm.
One of the best drewtrd women In
rarls bus a rule thst sbe follow In
choosing her clothes which has made
ber wsrdrobe tbe success that It Is.
rerhaps some clrl who Is planning ber
spring outfit may profit by ber sug
gestions. Bsys the clever Frenchwomen: "1
buy only four new gowns a year. 1
get one tn the spring, one In tbe sum
mer, another In tbe autumn and tbe
laat In the winter. In these gowns,
too, I spedallxe.' I let each represent
a claas. - One year I will get a good
tailored ault, an evening dress, a floe
negjtgee, perhnps, and so on. Another
year 1 will choose a morning gown, an
afternoon frock, a dance dress, and,
of course, If necessary, have some re
modeling done to last-year's ward
robes. In this wsy I have a good toi
let for every occasion.
Then I spend the rest of my al
lowance on the smartest and best
neckwear, veils, gloves, stockings and
other little things that 1 can afford.
These dress et ceteras. If they are
dainty and smart, count more for ef
fect In the long run than fine dresses
without them. If you csn't bsve both
get plain or conservative suits and
dresses and add chic and vary their
monotony wltb little things. lists,
veils, neck fixings and gloves have a
lot to do with the smartness of one's
appearance. An expensive suit with,
the wrong hat doesn't look half so
well aa a less costly ault with the
A P ai r
, . .
We have them
jg2C Price $3.50
Price $3.50 ffi
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
. Wo A. Holmes
, - '
617 Main St.
Msrgsret Swift was boru and
Lrougbt up oo tbe New Humpahlre
(oast smong seafarlug"bople.
When Maggie grew old enough to
bsve a lovsr tbore were two candi
dates for her favor. Both were assist
sots ou Cubing smacks. Jack Cudy
wss a wild youngster who proinlaed
ho good, and no good ever csme out
f blm. Ben Wharton wss a sieudy
young fellow, whose parents uwvar
bud suy occasion to worry about blm.
Magglo at Brat preferred Jack, but as
soon ss sb came to an age to see tbe
difference between tbe two yonnx
tneu sbe found Ben tbe more accept
able of the two.
Both Jack and Ben went to sea, snd
both became masters of vessels when
they were still very youug. Roth were
much In love with Maggie, and em li
strove to accumulate tbe means where
by he might be enabled to claim ber.
.lough tbls Is rather true of pen than
Jsck. for while tbe former profri-essed
steadily tbs hitter did so by fits and
starts, now and sgnlu getting Into t"
sltlons where uny mnnej)" be bnixnToJ
was needed to help bim out.
Maggie's father wss Interested In
ber marrying a man who could clvr
ber a borne and comforts. He believed
sbe would wed wltb one or tbe other
of these two young csptslns and used
to ssy to them: . "
The man that gets my daughter
with my consent mnst be able to toko
care of ber."
Tbls st ouce csused a" rivalry be-
twoen the two, men for something more
mercenary than love. Ben In a few
years owued a part of tbe vessel be
commanded, but Jack, owing to bis
unstesdlness. wss In about tbe Same
condition ss at bis starting. Maggie
really began to love Ben. and Jack,
thinking that bis rival waa favored be
cause be bad more means tlmn be. be
came very much disgruntled.
Toward tbe end of one of Ben s voy
ages be wss spproscblng tbe coast of
New Englsnd when what seemed to
be a derelict appeared ahead. Scaring
ber. abe was found to be a vessel lum
berlngMn the wsves half full of water,
part of ber cargo soaked and miued.
but the rest In good condition. 'Tbo
name on tbe stern was so blurred that
It could not be made out. and It was
supposed that It hod needi-d freshen
big when tbe vessel bad Ift-en aban
doned, and since, tbe v.avci lining
opon It, had rendered If stiil more
falut. One man who examlm d It close
ly said that It bad been m-rurd.
The ship not being greatly Uamaced
and half the cargo In good condition
Captain Ben saw a chance for prise
money for himself and his crew. lie
attached a hawser to her with awlew
of. towing ber Into tbe nearest port,
about 500 miles distant. After a good
deal of trouble, tbe cable parting sev
ersl times, be succeeded la. getting ber
It wss not long before the prise wa
Identified and not much longer before
It became evident that tier had been
fraud In her abandonment Tbe water
was pumped out of ber and a holo
was found In ber bottom, indicating
that abe bud been scuttled. She waa
overlnsurvd and. the two taken to
gether. Indicated that it was a case of
attempted fraud on tbe Insurance com
pnolea. When Captain Ben waa told
tbe name of tbe vessel be was thun
derstruck. It had been for several
years commanded by his rival. .
Tbe next news Captain Ben learned
waa that Captain Cady bad arrived at
home, reporting that after a frightful
storm, finding bis ship In a sinking
condition, be had considered It neces
sary to take to tbe boats. All tbe
crew were saved. Proofa of loss had
been made to tbe Insurance companies
and payment waa dally expected.
It waa evident to Ben that ln order
to' overreach bim In tbe wherewithal
to marry Maggie his rival bad been
tempted to commit a fraud which
would land blm in atate prison. Lear
Ing bla first mat to sail bis sblp Into
her destined port Ben went boma by
land. Aa soon aa be arrived be sought
out bla rival and told blm of the find
Ing of his ship, the towing her Into
port and the discoveries that bad fol
Ml don't wish to see yon punished
for your crime. " said Ben, "and have
com to enable you to get away."
It waa evident from tbe culprit's de
meanor that he waa already severely
punished In tbe loss of tbe girl be had,
hoped to win by fraud. But whether
there was thankfulness In bis hesrt to
tbe man who bad given him an op
portunity to escape a prison, Ben did
not feel assured. Certain It Is that
Jack Cady waa never again seen In
New Englsnd after that Interview.
When Captain Bsa met Maggie Swift
he found ber much disturbed. His
rival bad shown thst he waa about to
receive considerable money for bis last
voyage and bad made application to
ber father for ber hand. She did not
wlah to marry Jack, but abe Idolized
ber father. Bea told her of his find
ing a ship and that considerable prize
money wss do him. which he would
receive In time. Bnt be said never a
word of Jack's attempt to defraud.
However. It was not long before the
whole matter came out and Maggie
and ber father too learned that if M
bud not been for Ben's find, had her
father prevailed, she would have mar
ried a swindler. -
And so It wss thst a dishonest man's
rascality waa turned to his honest
Oradlnfl Will Begin Monday.
' Orsders will b put to work on tbgr
Clackamas Southern Railway on Mon
day and within a few days there will
be as many men and teams at work
on the line of survey as can be
handled expeditiously. The men who
have been clearing the right of wsy
have a good piece of the right of way
ready for the graders, and those who
have the work In charge are satisfied
that work will progress rapidly.
Fruit Qrowsrs Union Mseting.
Yesterday was the scheduled time
for the monthly meeting of the board
of directors of the Oregon City Fruit
Growers Union. As It wss Saturday
and a busy day for all the meeting
was adjourned to Wedneaday even
ing, when the board will meet In the
office of the secretary, M. J. Laztlle,
In the Masonic building.
For Value Received
You will gladly purchase where you receive value for
your rnonVy. Yoti can always get It for less at 00 r
Variety Store. f
EDDY & SON
Opposite the Oregon City Bank
Goods seasonable and up-to-date. - '
Preaches In Portland Church.
Rev. Chss. W. -Robinson, rector of
St. Paul's Episcopal church, occupied
the pulpit in Trinity church, Portland.
Saturday evening. He made the ad-
ress to the Brotherhood of St An
drew, giving the sermon preparatory
to the annual communion on passion
Sunday, April 2.
credit is due Prof. Gens for his pa
tience and laborious work.
Judge Kelso was In Portland Friday
Moors Defest Rtgulsrs. ' ,
FEZ, Morocco, April I. Tha rebel
Benlctlr tribesmen have defeated a
government force, killing SO soldiers
and wounding SO. This rebel success
has resulted In several other trlbea,
which hitherto had been neutral, Join
ing tha revolt
The following are those who have
registered st the Electrlo Hotel: F.
B. Morrill, San Francisco; H. W.
Timothy, W. B. Zumwalt, Portland;
M. Llefersletien, Detroit; Prof. QUI.
John Willis Cross was burled in
Oreshsm cemetery on Thursday. Mr.
Cross died at his home in Boring on
March 28, of paralysis. He was 69
yesrs of age and leaves a wlfa and
several sons and daughters.
A. Thompson expects to" begin the
rectlon-of a garage on his property
on Powell street in a short time. He
will sell and rent machines.
Mrs. Mar Wood and children, or
Oregon City, are bereJslUng Grand
ma Jonea. '
W. W. Wood and Miss Agnes A. Bur
gess, daughter of W. C. Burgess anfl
wife, were married on Tuesday and
will reside here. -. .
Mrs. J. OUphant Is convalescing al
ter a severe Illness.
J. W. Boehmeyer and family win
occupy the Robinson house on Roberts
svenue and movea there yesieraay
Mra. Hose Metzger. who baa returneo
to Oreshsm from Portland, will occupy
the rooms vacated by the Bocnmeyen.
. - OAK tQROVE.
Mrs. B. Lee Paget was a Portland
Mrs. John Rlaley spent Thursday in
Portland with friends.
Mra. Alf. Allen, of Rlsley siauon.
wu a Portland visitor Thursday.
Albert Katzke has sold his pisce m
Mr. Blackman, of Forest urove, ana
will move his family to MiiwauKie ior
the oresent Mr. BlacRman win iase
nnasAsatnn about the nrat 01 Apni.
L. E. Armstrong Is excavating and
will put in the foundation for his new
house, which he will ouna Boon.
Out DeKolla. of unerryviiie, cam
hark Wednesdsv to work, on a large
hutldtna- in Portland. Mr. uegoua re
ports Mrs. Payne is wen ana enjoy-
in the country.
" - . a mi
Phil Oatneld was tn uregon v.117
Friday on business.
The girls band Is practicing regu-
nariv and lmnrovlns very fast
E. Emmonds has moved his family
in their new home on Cedar avenue
George Wetxler is building a One
residence on his property on Second
whirh he will occupy when
Mr. Howard, of Portland, spent
Qati.rrUv with her narents and sister,
Mrs. R. L. Herron spent Thursday
at Stanley a station witn ner menu,
m'ibb June Snaulding. of-Portland
was visiting Mrs. Chaa. Worthlngton
Thursday afternoon ana evening.
W. A. Thresher, of Milwaukle. was
here Frldsy morning on business.
la excavating for
foundation for the new building which
will be occupied "by the postofflce
r.nijir street Is beginning to look
like a city street now, and adds much
to the appearance or uaa uru,
Th. Portland Railway. Light
Power Company Is putting in new
ties and fixing the road bed at Center
ti. axhnni baseball team gave an
entertainment and bazaar on Friday
afternoon to raise money to buy sup
plies for the team. .
Mrs. A. B. Linn spent Friday with
relatives in Oregon City.
Mr. Margaret Worthlngton was vis
i.in- Ml.tim In Portland Friday.
J. Shnpe made a flying trip to Ore
gon City Friday anernwa.
The clty council met Thursday ev
ening and acted on the petition for
the improvement of Washington
street The city recorder was in
structed to advertise for bids for the
Improvement of Main street. Action
on the Mt Hood franchise was de
ferred till the next meeting. A rep
resentative of the Portland electric
light company was present and stated
.v- . tirh. that were ordered would
be Installed right away. An ordinance
regulating pool rooms
license of $15 a quarter to be paid on
three tables. - .
Harry M. Paulson, who died Wed
nesday of heart failure, age
waa burled at Sllverton Saturday
Mr Pitts, of Portland, has purchased
the restaurant owned by Mr. Cash and
will take possession Monday.
Mr. Cashwlll at) to North Plain.
Washington county, and look around
before aettllng again.
Mrs. M. A. Reed, ot Gladstone,
called on Mrs. M. Johnson Tuesday.
Mr. Rhoades. of Estacada, sold one
of his houses to Gus Zlmmermana
father and the family haa moved tn.
Albert Katzke has rented a flat here
and will move In the first of the week.
Mrs. A. M. LaQrande was taken ser
iously 111 Thursday evening and la in
a very critical condition.
j 0. Gadden, representative of a
St Lou's firm, called on our merch
ants Friday. , , m
Mayor Btrelb returned home from
his farm near Cedar Mills. -
W. A. Hsnson, city recorder, was in
Oregon City Friday on business.
The boys club entertained their par
enta Wednesday evening. Prof. Gena,
their Instructor, was present and the
class gave the following exercises:
ni.mheila. Indian cluba, bar turning,
running and a game called horae and
rtder. The parents were wen pieaseo
at the progress the boys are making
and praise them very highly. Much
Notice to Creditors. '
Henrietta A. Capen Estate:
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed Admin-
strator of the Estate of Henrietta A.
Capen, deceased, by the County Court
of the State of Oregon, for the County
of Clackamas, and baa qualified. All
persons having claims agalnat aald
estate are hereby notified to present
the same to me at Ladd a Tilton
Bank, 3rd and Washington St-s., Port
land. Oregon, with . proper vouchers
and duly verified, within six months
from the date hereof.
Dated thta 18th day of March, 1911.
edwin w. capen:
Administrator of the Estate of Henri
etta A. Capen, deceased.
MCALLISTER k. UPTON. Attorneys.
Lsdlss' and Children's Spring
millinery at bottom prlcss.
Lsdlss' rssdy-to-wesr turbans,
black snd colors, $2.28, SZSO and
$3.00. - -
Children's fins, plsln or
trimmed strsw hata, 25c, 50c snd
Best percale well made, sizes
to 14, ach 75c Splsndld ss
sortmsnt of psttsrns and styles
Ladles' whRe waists. Good
quality, nsstly trimmed waists -st
660. Attrsctlve patterns, east-work
designs sst 75c Very
finest quality, handsomely em
broidered snd Isce-trlmmsd
waists, perfectly flnlahsd, only.
. Lsdlss silk and Hale gloves.
Bsst Hals In black, tan , or
browns, only 25o pair. Best all-'
silk gloves 50o pslr.
Vantcd At Once!
Oak Grove ,
Liberal terms to hustlers. ' See Mr.
Millar Circulation Department. En
terprise, Oregon City Oregon.
PIANO FOR SALE-rl have an Ivors
and Pond piano to sell at $90.00 be
low cost at $10.00 a month pay,
ments. Used six months. " A., E...
RuRg, 10th and Jefferson. Phbae
1V4 acres on Division St, I . room
house, bath room and basement,'
barn, chicken houe,orchard snd
small fruR, city water. Price $1,300.
Terms. Clyde a McRae, 1003 Main
because we are selling Choice Lots
very cheap on easy terms; best part
Oregon City; only a few left. Go
to 16ih and Division Sts. Sunday
and buy from owner. Prices ad
vance April 3.
FOUND Stray cow, brown Jersey,
left horn broken, owner may have
same by calling at below address
and paying expenses. S. L. Shepard,
' Park place, Oregon.
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR.
HARRT JOXES Bufldarr and Ceo era)
, Contractor. ; Estimates cheerfully
given on ' all classes of bufldlng
work, concrete walks and reinforced
concrete. . Res, Phone Main 11L.
v.,4. , ATTORNEYS.
O. D. EBT, Attorney-at-Law, Money
loaned, abstracts furnished, land
titles examined, estates settled, gea
eral law bualness. Over Bank of
Oregon City. m
The partnership heretofore existing
under the firm name of Story a Thom
as, having been dissolved by mutual
consent all .labilities of the firm are
assumed- by Owen O. Thomas and all
accounts due the firm are payable to
the aforesaid Owen G. Thomas.
Dated at Oregon City, Oregon, this
24th day of February," 1511-
E. F. 8TORT,
OWEN O. THOMAS.
Wants, For Sale, Etc
Khiipm unrirr thcaa clBBstried haadmin
will b Inserted at ona cnt a word, first
tnaartlon. half a ent additional Inser
tions. One Inch card. 11 par month; hall
Inch card. (4 llnea 11 par anon in.
raii muat uconiDaiT order unless onr
haa an onen account with tha papar. No
financial raanonslbllltr for errors; where
rrnra occur frea corrected notice will b
printed for patron. Minimum chares He
U'REN a SCHUEBEL, Attorneys-at-
Law, Deutscher Advokat will prac
tice ln all courts, make collections
and settlementa. Office In Enter
prise Bldg Oregon City, Oregon.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
V. R. HYDE, Abstract Office
Land titles Investigated, conveyan
cing, notary public.
Room 7. Barclay Bldg., Oregon City.
E. H. COOPER, For Fire Insurancr
and Real Eatate. Let ua handle
your properties we buy, sell and
exchange. ' Office in Enterprise '
Bldg., Oregon City, Oregon.
WANTED Girl for general house
work. First class wages. Mra. Don
Meldrum, 1114 Washington Street
WANTED Small' advertisements for
this column. Prices very reason
able. See ratea at head of column.
VACUUM CLEANING done for SO
cents an hour. Call Pacific Statea
FRETTAG a MONET, Real Estate
Dealers, have choice bargains in
farm Ianda, city and suburban
homes, good fruit lands and poultry
ranches. 8ee ua for good buys.
. Nsar 8. P. depot
8ECOND HAND FURNITURE.
NEW STORE.' NEW GOODS.
When I moved Into my new store
I put In a nice line of NEW FURNI
TURE, which I am selling st the pri
ces usually quoted for second hand or
shop-worn goods. Come In and look
around. , .
Fins line of curios snd retlce.
GEORGE YOUNG. .
The 20 H. P.
Torpedo Runabout ' $825
5 Passeogef Car $875.
Delivered in Oregon Citr and fully equipped. Ford
Cars cost less to buy and less to run. Ford cars are
easy to care for and easy to operate. Get a Ford and
order it now, if you want to be sure of it when you are r
i r "a mc J r . ii. .
reaay iui tu Q-cais tt uay cumc ironi me scrcn nin
.lion dollar Ford Factory and jet we can't et cars on
time. '' s :- '"
HUNTLEY BROS. CO.
. Ford Agents' Foe Clackamas Cotraty
FORD GARAGE 5th ST., Near R. R.