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Mi- .o ivMfv .'ill Fl U DAY, APRIL 7, 19fl.
repetition ef deyMful merit er henttty for dreader.
... niaf-alMINATINO. They know valuas 4hv Iimw
0eNUlNl IHW9-. """"
Wouldn't Pay to Advertise
.rtlole which can bo iold by advertising le, by that tett, a
YOU arc lafo In buying a thing which ha "stood
tM,lrt.fpbll.ity.- ' . , V
Th, maker of a widely advertleed article, or commodity, I -u
far hie bualnoM life. Ho tmnot chirk, nor cheapen hi
JyCtn" tnIS 10 ln vimw pivivvuwn IV in vr?wmr.
YM art-SAFE buying advertised thing If the logic of
kualnea eondltlone. '
ud.man. "f Khubel. In Ore
I J N,w C,vnm California Hutter
Mr roll i u"ii- "
I Ma Mrs. A. K. Jones. f varus,
i i.n V'ilneaila.
g orru" 1 '
. .. rirt mi In Ore).
M orac -
City on mW'"""' .
bi and Tom Evane, of Haxoldaie,
, bualii a rlP ,0 ,nl c,,v 00
ttAH Burn, ihe merchant of Ub
I, tu ' transacting- business la this
M Tnurm .
L i nlncV. of Portland, formerly
ibii cliy. was " Oregon City on
L jvnl new Tillamook cheese.
ctmio : per Hiuna, i iisrriB
jCcArthur. of New Kra. one 01
.romloeiit fnrmera of that place,
la OW" Cliy on Thurday, and
wared at the Elect rlo Hotel.
Jbirlw PaiiKhcrty. f Portland, a
tentative of me rncinc reper
Lpny, waa transacting business In
tliy on Thursday.
a sinnoit lias accepted a posl
with Moffalt Parker, contract'
u checking clerk, and will com
ae bli duties today.
lllllim Ianli'lN, one of t ha -well
lit farmers of Heaver Creek, waa
lortlDf business In thla city Thurs-
debate at Clalrmont next week
Mnetdty evening will he on tb
isbjert. "Resolved. That Hteam
bees of More Benefit tu Man than
r. WllWIna.'of Portland, will have.
htt of the Itound Table at the
rlof the Sunday school teacher
iriernuon, In ,lie preabyterisn
rt W. J. Wllaon, who got a fall on
Seventh alreet talrway, Just at
lot Sunday, badly spraining ber
lit, la to aa to lie about Ihe house
attend to her household duties.
.ha Bcott. if.Scntis Mill .was In
loaCttron Wednesday and Thurs
l o WW In this city purchased
Pur susrsger Mitchell automobile
a CHrk (. Miller, who waa re
ij ippnluted agent for thla ma-
fUh Warden not wishing to
tat talinnn found In the barn at
bom of Kdwln Richards spoil
H. W Trembath permission to
th flHh to the Iisby Home at
I This Mr. Trembath did,
ktlni the little folks with fifty
it of choice flah for rrlday'a flln-
bom Young waa fixing up the new
.HI chamber In niadatone Thura-
wlth rhnlr and stables, In pre-
I'lon.for the meeting of (J lad
Wi City Pads last night. ,me
hrtt has engaKPil the storeroom at
to. W. P. depot In Gladstone, and
hare a neiit snd convenient meet-
tbt debute at Clalrmont Wednes-
Trnlnc on the question, "Re-
R That the Country Olrl Makes
iter Wife than the City Girl the
tl' won the decision. Those who
)U the noKBtlve side of the debate
Rose Clark and Wm. Edgcomb:
(Slrmatlve debatera were Carl
P'y-and l.jman Derrick. The
ry girls had a Rood notion to
the affirmative debatera for loa
MPLE POINTED OUT
It. Joseph Wlllett, of Barlow, waa
"(on City visiting with relatives
and Mrs. Wei. of Cams, were
( tb Oregon City business via
P Ralph Miller and lltla aon bava
fnd to their home In thla city af-
week's visit with relatives at
Bunny Owenby, who has been
hont operator for the Paclflo Telo.
p Company, has resigned her po
ll to accept s stenographic, posl-
b wiison ft Cooke. -
Id Dll4 An DlaaW 1
' Thomas F. Ryan, of 8alem,
"jnarly of this city, baa aent 15
ri the firemen's monument fund.
P at present $250 In tb fund,
Poll Will ha Iiii.i.I tVm
n entertainment given In tbo
r, at which time a play will
T. Those having charge of the
we arranging the cast, and aome
' prominent young people of
will take part.
THEIR ONLY COUSIN
COMES FOR A VISIT
CORRESPONDENCE REVEALS RE
LATIONSHIP OF MRS. J. B.
KETTER, Of' WATSEKA, ILL. -
Fred J.-'Meyr and Mr. J. A. Mo-
Cuualuud. of this city, are enjoying
a- visit from an only relative, Mrs. J.
II. Keller,- who I their cousin, and
comes here from Watseka, M- Mrs.
Ketler heard Indirectly of a Mr. Mey
er connected with a bank of Oregon
City, and communicated through the
Dunking Hyefem of the Pacific. Coast,
and found through tb Seattle bank
thai It was Fred Meyer. Mrs. Kctter
at one wrote to Oregon City, and up
on proof of her identity waa urgently
requested by Mr. Meyer and Sirs, mo-
Caualand to visit them Immediately,
and UMin this Invltatlou Mrs. Hotter
gladly accepted. The uivetlng of the
three cousins was a bappy one. Tbe
visitor Is delighted with the West, and
with Oregon especially, and will re
main for several weeks In this city.
Airs. Ketter Is the only child of Ul-
onel Miller, of Watseka, III., the latter
of whom waa the-brother of ibe late
Mrs. Frederick Meyer, mother of Mr.
Meyer and Mrs, Mcfanslsnd. Mra.
Ketter la the only relative they have
ever seen on either side of their fami
ly, and for over IS yesrs have not
heard from relatives.
THIRD ANNUAL BANQUET.
Commsrclsl Club Membere Will Enjoy
Plessant Social Time.
The third annual banquet given by
the Commercial Club of Oregou City
will be held on Wednesdsy evening.
April 19. from o'clock to ll:au.
John Adams, C. W. Evans. II. B.
Draper, E. T. Fields and Dr. Clyde
Mount are on the deception commit
Born st Msole Lsne. -
llorn. to Mrs. H. ordwsy on Friday,
March 31. a daughter. Mra. oraway
Is tbe daughter of Mr. and Mra. O. A.
Krown. of Maple Ln, and baa been
spending the winter here, being ac
companied by her two sobs.
. U V. Kesner and C. U -Miller were
Thursday granted a marriage license
by County Clerk Mulvey.
GIRLS WILL DEBATE
AT CLAlRMOiiT APR. 1 9
WHO MAKES THE BETTER HUS
BAND, THE CITY OR COUN
Even the girls of Clalrmont are get
ting awake, which Is a good algn In
nv community. Aa a result there will
be a debate In the school bouse in
Clalrmont on Wedneaday evening, Ap
ril 19. at which time only the ladlaa
will be given a chance to talk. .The
aubject to be debated will be, "Re
solved. That the Country Boy Makea
a Hotter Hueband Than the City Boy."
This la a sequel to the recent de
hate on the question as to which
makea a better wife, the country or
city girl. Aa aoon aa the girls are
picked fo- th debate there will be
some hard atudy put upon the aubject,
and the debate will be well worth go
ing to hear.
Th mnit bass and hla men are grad
lng the road by the Bunnyalde atore,
whIA will make It much better. Now
At rock crusher we
kiH a mod road.
Dora Hemerlck la quite sick wll
u ni Mrs. Osterback are the
proud possessore of a baby boy, born
April 6. Motner ana cunu "
Anril has coma with Its sunshine
and showera. Some froaty nights, but
orchardtsta Bay not sufficient to in
re Uive you Ouallty. Variety. Economy, Satisfaction
BARGAINS FOR THE WEEK
Idy-towear bate, new, t
fK 11.60 U25, 12.60, $1.00. ;
Itraw v. .
( iw men, women ana
$1 Th k,n y pr 850
8stor. Our price....... 26a
tu . '
I iv" uniy ,
Ladles' shirtwaists, well made,
beautifully trimmed, 60o, 76o up.
Latest designs In curtain cloth,
handsome patterns, best qpallty
In red, brown, green, tan; the
kind that sella for 85c and 80c;
our price, per yard
Bungalow stripe, special, yd. 12o
Men's colored hose, now 1 pair
DDY cVSONe1 Opp. Oregon city' Bonk
Jur small fruits which are now com
lng rapidly Into bloom.
Relnt DeNul'a little boy, and bis
wife, are slightly better, but still very '
sick. Dr. Mount is In dilly attendance,
aa also a trained nurse. Mrs. Aty,
the wife's mother, la up again, but
has not regained her strength. It Is
difficult to get blp, but be succeeded
on Tuesdsy In Setting Mlas Minnie
Wllklns. Mrs. Zack Ellegsen sat up
with the sick ones and relieved the
nurse somewhat rn Monday night,
and Mrs. Qsge did the same on Tues
day night. Tbo neighbors have been
very kind, but a number of tbera have
now got sick ones at borne.
At Conrad Bchrader'a tbey have the
On Wsdnesday morning there was a
white frost. i
Sam Moser and Oussle got a new
threshing machine which they brought
horn on Tuesday.
Will Jaater went to towrf with a
big load of potatoes Wednesday.
Mr. Cage baa not sold his potatoes
yet, and says he has plenty wheat and
oats In his gralnary.
Htiarp riroa. had an order from east
the mountains for thirty aacka of po
tatoes ror seed.
Mr. Schatts has had a force of men
working on the road all last week.
Mr. and Mra. A. M. Holton were out
to Mr. Gage's Sunday. Mr. and Mra.
Homer Kruse also spent the day at
Mr. Turner has erected a fine tomb
stone at bis wife's grsve, and on last
Hunday Invited all the children home
to dinner, after which a long proces
sion of them visited the cemetery.
We hesr that Mr. Moser. whose wife
died Inst year, is hsvlng a stone put
up at the grave, and contemplatea
moving to a place near St Johns,
whtre be will engage with a friend In
Mr. Holton brought a fine thorough
bred Plymouth Rock rooster to the
Mrs. Powell again called Dr. Mount
to see little Willie, who hsd a sore
throat, but Is much better now.
About a dor.en ladles. Invited by tbe
daughters, gsve Mrs. Fred Ellegsen a
genuine surprise party on Friday, the
Slat of March, It being ber birthday,
and apent a delightful day. The
daughters prepared a regular banquet
and aet the longest table so all could
be aeated at once, and they had Tnan
aged so adroitly that the mother never
suspected a thing. Such reunions are
very enjoyable, and there should be
more of them. It will be remembered
that Mre. Ellegsen bas been sadly af
Dieted In the death of Mrs. Turner,
her mother, and Henry, her son. She
haa not recovered from tbe shock,
and Mr. Turner, her father, has pre
vailed upon her to visit with himself
and a' cousin lately arrived from Mis
souri, In Washington, for a while,
where tbey hav relatives.
Mr. Mallory visited friends In Wil
sonvllle on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Stallncher went to
Hulem on Sunday to attend a funeral
Mra. Aubrey Wood spent Saturday
In Portland, and purchased an organ
for Corral Creek echool.
Mra. Joe Thornton, who haa been ill
for aome time, Is now convalescent
Tbe farmers have been longing for
rain, something new In Oregon farm
Elmer Secly spent Saturday and
Sunday at home, and was one of the
champions of the ball game.
Rev. Exon has been around with
subscription list, and is planning to
build a Methodist Church here this
It is rumored thst a sawmill la to
be In operation at Wllsorivllle soon
st least the farmera In this vicinity
have been approached upon the sub
Ject of selling their timber for that
Church services will be held neat
Sunday afternoon In the" A. O. U. W,
Hall, at three o'clock. Sunday school
at t o clock. Everyone la cordially In
vited. . -
Robert Graham visited relatives a
home last week, being laid up with a
Mr. and Mrs. Bethume spent Satur
day and Sunday In Portland.
Mra. Rlgga. of Newherg. and Mrs.
Short, of sellwood, visited relatives
near Wllsonvllle on Saturday.
Some of the young people had a sur
prise party at Stallncher s home on
Saturdsy evening and. report a very
An oil company Is being formed, to
be known as the "Sherwood Oil Co..'
and It la understood that prospecting
for oil near Wllsonvllle, on 'some of
the farms, will soon begin.
Ray Baker and Roy Nendel visited
frlenda in Portland last week, spend'
lng most of the time at the home of
the Rlgdon s, who formerly resided
here. ' -
8ome of Mrs. Roland's many friends
surprised ber at her home on ' last
Thursdsy afternoon, bringing with
them a dainty lunch which waa aerved
during the afternoon. Mra. Boland
haa endeared herself to boats of
friends n this vicinity, who are sorry
to learn that she will no longer re
main here, as Mr. Boland'a health has
made It necessary to make a change,
The baselaxll game that our village
boys played with Union waa sort of
a whitewash for the visiting team, as
the game stood 29 to 8 at the finish
County Judge Beatle waa In our vll
Inge tbe first of the week, Inspecting
the Epler bridge. . Tbe Judge Is cer
tainly proving himself alert with re
gard to our county roads and unsafe
bridges. The Epler bridge has been
unsafe for some time past, and we
are glad to leara that It Is to be fixed
up In better shape, and" that we will
net have to wait for a funeral dirge
to grve tia a timely warning.
Mr. and Mra. Harris came up from
Portland In their large touring car on
Sunday last to visit with their rela
tives, the Baker's, here, for the day.
Mrs. J. II. Qutnn Is on the sick list.
Mrs. I. H. Newman, who Is Just re
covering from the measles, bas an
other attack of cold.
Improvements still go on. Duane
street la getting a coat of crushed
rock.' "-. v.
W. W. May gave bis house a new
coat of paint last week, and Frank
Vorbols built a new fence.
Mrs. Singer went to Twin Falls,
Idsho, last week.
Mrs. Charles StuarV- of Portland,
.was visiting relatives In, this burg last
week, and fixing up ber husbands
Misses Ha gel and Mabel Francis
apent laat Saturday ' and Sunday at
St. Johna with Mrs. Chlldera.
Died, Saturday, April 1, Elder J. P.
Allison. We waa laid to rest In the
cemetery at Sherwood on Monday,
Mrs. Louise Beard visited her son
Ben and family at Sellwood last Wed
Mrs. R. M. C. Brown went to Bell
wood last week. Friday, and apent the
day with Mrs. Bishop, who lived here
a few years ago.
Mrs. .A- U Hickman is In Portland
wit i ber f'aiighte', Mrs. Beslle, who
t s" lo'isly II!-
Mrs V V. Kl ramie, of Turner, Ore
n. Is vl-ltlng her grandmother, Mrs.
P. Roebl, this week. Her father,
W. II. Jonea, of Eldorado, Is here
-Mrs. Klmmls and, baby will return
on e Thursdsy.
Clinton Orlffln bid bis heel hurt se
verely In the pulp mill last week.
Messrs. Enill and Henry Scbwaaat
tart el to Eistern Oregon Tuesday,
where tbey expect to remain until
fter harvest - .. .
J. M. Heck art and wife and J. D.
falrclougn returned home from tbe
Og'e Mountain mines Tuesday. ,
Born, April 4, to the wife of J. Fran-
cea Qulnn, a daughter.
W. O. Hall spent last Friday, Sat
urday and Sunday at their store In
The Men's Business Club met In
regular session Tuesday evening at
the Mountain View Hose Co. hall.
They meet the 1st Tuesday of each
Tb new sidewalk on tbe west side
of Molalla avenue Is being built this
The Mountain View Improvement
Club debate with Clalrmont was post
poned until April 14th. .
Maple Lane Orange met in regular
aeaslon laat Saturday. One applica
tion was received. A committee wss
appointed to make arrangements for
an exhibit at the County Fair In Sep
tember. Committee Is as follows: J.
!ewellen, A. J. Lewis and Mrs. O. A.
Swallow. A delicious dinner was
served at noon and an interesting
program waa rendered afterward.
Tbe lecture given by W. J. Wlrtz
Sunday afternoon waa well attended.
Mr. Wirt r expects to give a talk every
two weeks, for a while at least; the
next will be on April 16.
Mr. Brownell, of Portland, spent
seversl daya last week on his ranch
looking over his nursery atock.
The Flrwood Sunday acnool will
give an Easter program Easter Sun
day after tbe regular Sunday school.
Everyone Is Invited. .
A family has recently moved into
the Lizzie Koch place on Cedar Creek.
About 20 autoa were out from tnn
city Sunday. The occupants spent tbe
dsy finning on Cedar Creek.
Clark Corey went to Portland Tues
day 4o act as witness for Prlderaore
II Edgerton on theJr flnal proof of
their timber claims.
The F. P. A. expect to give an Inter
esting program and debate at their
next meeting. May 15. Question for
debate, "Resolved. That Social Life In
the Country Is More Beneficial Than
Social Life In the City." The subject
should be Interesting to all country
people, and no donbt many things will
be said that will be or great interest
Mrs. W. F. Fischer was sick the
first of tbe week but was much Iro
proved when last beard from.
Ij. prldeniore went to Portland Mon
Mrs. w. E. Stevens and Fred Le
Grand drove out from Portland Sat
urday and are expecting to spend the
summer on the ranch.
Boms of the young people are ex
pecting to go to work at tbe new mill
on Salmon River aa soon ss It Is ready
for operation. . .
The Flrwood mill haa Just put In
electric lights and Is expecting to' con-
ttnue operation for aome time.
Mlas Jennie Le Orand went to Tbree
Six Sunday for a few daya' visit with
Mra. Grace Prldeniore.
Rome of the fruit treea are In bloom
and as It wss rather chilly Monday
they wrapped themselves la a thin
coat of snow Monday night.
Blasting csn be beard at all hours
which Indicates Improvement In the
country. Considerable clearing Is still
being done even though every one is
busy putting in crops.
J. C. Smith snd son are building a
new barn and Improving (heir ranch
director at the coming session of Jhe
Chautauqua, and will have charge of
a'l the classes and direct a Sunday
musical concert. Mrs. Borer and Miss
Peggy occupied "Buena Vista" on tbe
banks of tbe Willamette at thla place,
during Prof. Boyer'a abaence In Eu
rope last Summer.
- Miss - Lillian Westerfleld, of Fair'
view, entertained a half dozen of her
little friends In a most charming man
ner on Saturday, April 1. The bouae
was besutifully decorated with aprlng
blossoms and ferns. Mrs. Wester
field and Miss Edna served a delicious
luncheon te the Misses Ethel and
Fern Hart, Alice, Hester and Shelby
Shaver and OHle Leek.
An Easter prorrsm will be given by
members of the. Sunday school on
April 16, at Grace Chapel. A special
Invitation Is extended to all to these
exercises by tbe little folks of- this
Mr. C. P. Mors and Mr. Davy vis
ited the former's ranch at Olencoe on
Sunday. ' ' v
The Pastime Club, of Meldrum, met
at tbe home of Mrs. White on Mon
day afternoon. Dainty refreshments
were served and tbe following were
present: Mesdames Harris, Morse,
Wamblad, Gil. Erlckson and Mlas Car
rie 8crlpture. Tbe next meeting will
be held at ihe home of Mrs. Alex
Jonn Coplin, fathej bf Mrs. George
Blgham, fceturned ' home after a six
months' Visit vwlth his daughter In
Oak Grove amateur baseball team
defeated the Troy Laundry team Sun
day afternoon, score 20 to 2. Next Sun
day the Oak Grove team will play the
Oregon City team.
Mrs. W. M. Rice and daughter Mary
spent Monday afternoon In Portland.'
Mrs. Dr. MacFarland waa a Port
land visitor Tuesday.
F. N. Clark, of Portland, passed
through here in bla auto Saturday,
looking at property east of Oak Grove
Chas. Vanordstrand and family will
move to Fulton Wednesday.
S. C. Alexander has tsken the con
tract to raise the Wlssinger building
and move the house back 15 feet and
repair the aame. . Mr. Wlssinger will
011 In the lots and add much to the
value of his property by these im
L. E. Beniley hss built a neat little
real estate office on hla property and
Is rwadyt for business.
Thomas Cloe, fj Rlsley Station, has
purchased tbe barber business of Ed
Austin and taken possession. Mr.
Cloe will be pleased to meet all of the
customers and bis friends.
Marcher and Busch keep a fine line
of candies and Ice cream on band at
all times. ,
Mrs. Roy Klssby, of Portland, spent
Tuesday wi'h Mrs. Cbaa. Worthlng-ton.
Mrs. Alf. Allen, of . Rlsley ;Statlon.
was a Portland visitor Monday.-
Mrs. Julia Holt has been duly ap
pointed postmaster here, her bonds
havlns- been filled out and returned
Th. Portland Railway. Ugni ana
Power ComDanr Is making a big Im
provement at the crossing on center
street bv nutting In 80 feet of plank
nn both sides and between tne iracKs
The sidewalk la belna repiaeea in
f mnt - nf th schoolhouse. alter me
sradlriK of the street.
naU P.rnva nii8H C1UB will jnwi ou
Thursday evening In the basement of
th church. Kverynoay lnvuea.
Prank I nuton. of Oak Grove, naa
the honor of designing the cover of
the mend card of the T. R. Roosevelt
Lovely spring days have bronghi
many to their summer homes during
the week. And the Lodge people are
glad to welcome home Mr. and Mra.
Emmons. Mr. and Mrs. T.J. Spooner,
Mr. and Mrs. C. L Smith and Mr and
Mrs. Welch. A number of new faml
lies have come, also, among them Mr.
and Mrs. Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. Dono
hue, and Mr. and Mrs. Umbdenstock,
the latter expecting to build a nice
home on his property.
The McCaull family haa leased the
Vyvyan Dent cottage, and came out
Mrs. Olive Ford, of Sunnyalde, vis
ited at the home of her parents on
Mr. P. D. Newell bas Indeed been
very unfortunate with horses this
snrlna. About a month ago one of
his most valuable ones strayed away
It was traced nearly to Portland, but
nothing further has been heard or. it
On Sunday. April . two other horses
belonging to Mr. Newell, got out of
the Dasture. and as yet have been un
able to find them. Mr. Newell haa of
fered a reward for Information for one
or all. They are described as follows
One llaht sorrel nony. branded O on
flank, weight 700 pounds; one chest
nut sorrel gelding, with one right hind
foot white, weight 1500 pounds; one
bay gelding, with black points, weignt
Mr. and Mrs. Board man spent Sun
dsy with their daughter at Aurora.
Mr. Byron delivered some very
choice violets and sweet pcttfl to Port
land last week. The blooms of the
sweet peas were especially large, and
of a vory delicate shade.
Mr. Ed Johnson was a. visitor In
Portland on Wednesday, going down
to see Col. Roosevelt.
' Mrs. Sandstrom and son Fred were
calling on their Lodge frlendsvon Fri
day. Mr. J. Buelow, of Portland,Is dril
ling a well on the Pierce property on
the river front. It la a vacuum dril
ler of Mr. Buelow's own patent, for
which he has refused a large sum. It
proves to be the very thing for dril
ling through sand or gravel.
Mra. F. C. Rice made a trip to New
berg on Saturday, where aha spent
the day with her son.
Mrs. Hugh Roberts haa been mak
ing dally trlpa to Portland to receive
treatment from Dr. F. F. Caeserday,
the eye apeciallst .
Rev. Heverllng "began a serlea of
meetings at tbe Chapel on Monday
evening, which will continue for two
weeks. All are cordially invited. .
Tbe regular meeting of tbe Com
munity Club will be held on Wednes
day evening. A representative Of the
P. R. L. t P- Co. will be present to
see about Installing lights and a full
attendance is desired.
It was reported Vernon U Heath
man of this place was held up and
robbed of a sum of money on 8atur
day evening, while on a business visit
In Oregon City. -
Prof. W. H. Boyer, of Portland, has
been offered the position of musical
1 Oregon sad the United States Ew
eau of rtfberles have propagated
and etoekei, and are propagating
snd storking the waters of the Wil
lamette and Clackamas rivers, and
their .tributaries. In the State of
Oregon with salmon flab; and.
Whereas, said atreams are fre
- quuuted bj salmon fish, and for the
purpose of protecting the same, tbe
said Board of Fish Commissioners
has decided to close the said Wil
lamette River and It tributaries,
below and north of the falls there
of, at Oregon City, and all of the
Clackamas River and Its tributaries,
to prevent Ashing therein. In any
manner whatever, for salmon flah,
during the period of time herein
Now, therefore, notice le hereby
given by said Board of Fish Com
missioners that aald Willamette Riv
er and Its tributaries, below ahd
north of the falls thereof, at Oregon
City, and all of aald Clackamaa Riv
er and Ita tributaries, are, and each
of them Is hereby closed to fishing,
in any manner whatever, for salmon
fish between twelve o'clock noon,
on the 16th dsy of April, 1911, and
twelve o'clock noon, on the 1st day -of
May, 1911; and It is and will be
Unlawful to fish for. or take, or
catch any salmon flab In any of said
watera during the said period of
time above specified. ' -
Any and ail persons whomsoever
so fishing in violation of this notice
will be prosecuted, as by law pro
vided. BOARD OF FISH COMMISSIONERS.
By OSWALD WEST, Governor.
By THOS. B. KAY, State Treaaurer. -Attest:
R. E. CLANTON. . Clerk of
tbe Board. 1 .
vices. Interment was, In Mountain
w cemetery, Oregon City. A large
number of friends and relatives at-
tended the funeral.
Mrs. Dorothy Bonnett and Mrs. Em-
maLaUrande came across to tbu
ounhy on the same stesmer from the
Id country forty years ago. They
have been !ife friends and- passed to
their eternal home on day apart.
Albert Katzke purchased tbe ' B.
Tscbarner bouse through Mrs. Maggie
Johnson, and haa moved his family
in from Courtney station.
L Brooks, of Springfield, III., haa
purchased the B. 11. Brady residence
through Mrs. Maggie Johnson. , The
famiiy will be here and settle next
Real et:.te Is on the move, and
prospects look good for a boom this
Mllwaukle Grange will meet Friday
evening. A discussion on the Canadian
treaty and tbe referendum on tbe ag
ricultural college, and probably a res
olution will be psssed condemning the
action of the referendum on tbe ap
propriation for the O. A. C. and the
University of Oregon. '
Tbe cemit walk is being laid In
front of the Wetzler and Shindler
property on Main street
J. Snyder In having his bakery re
built out of concrete blocks. C Wil
son Is doing tbe work and Wetzler
Bros, are making the blocks. The
lidding will he Are proof, snd an
ornament to Main street when fin
The Boy's Club bad Its usual clas
ses Monday evening. i
Mra. Ella Maple la Improving.
Fred Lehman went to Portland on
Wednesday to see Teddy.
Mr. Barnes' little boy Is Improving
and Miss Sue Is home from tbe hos
Geo. Stone, '-he amiable butcher who
aa been In Fred Lehman's shop for
some months, baa resigned ma posi
tion and will retnrn to his old place
at Ashland, Oregon. Geo. la quite a
favorite with tbe young people, and
they will all miss him and regret his
Fred Keller, one of onr boys and
popular meat cutter, will take Geo.
Stone's place In Mr. Lehman's shop,
and be hopes his smiles will win tbe
customers, aa well aa George's did.
City Recorder Is receiving bids for
the Improvement of Main street.
The Portland Railway, Light and
Power Company are putting in poles
and! stretching wire for tbe seven new
arc lights that are ordered.
H. E. Sharron. of Island station, Is
building a blacksmith shop which he
will occupy when complete.
Dr. Henry Dexter, or Fenn., nas
located here, offices over the bank.
DrDexter graduated from Jefferson
Medical Conege 16 years ago, and has
practiced In Philadelphia and Western
Nebraska. He came to Oregon in
1910. took the Oregon 8tate Board
examination and passed with high
honors. His family will arrive before
long and make their home here.
Robert E. Lee has been seriously
hurt by receiving a strain of his right
side by too heavy lifting on a wagon.
Di. Dexter Is attending.
Mr. Bruce, of Texas, is loosing over . n...,. .j n--i
ina iruirp, nr inA Kn inn mnn I jiiiihb l . .
- " - . . . . , . i txntractor. Eiumun iunur
oi Becuriiy. exp; tu .u , - , B on clM8e- of DoUding
Wants, For Sale, Etc
Notices under thcea classified baedtnes
will b Iniwied at on cent word, flral
Insertion, balf a cent additional Inser
tions. On Inch card. S3 pr month; balf
Inrh card. 4 I1ne II per month.
Cah must accomnaay order untasa on
hea an open account with th ppr. No
financial responsibility lor rror; wher
rrora occur froe cWrected notlr will b
printed for patron. Minimum chars lie.
VACUUM CLEANING done for 60
cents an hour. Call Pacific States
249L i - '
FOR SALE Eggs for 'netting.. Thor
oughbred Columbia Wyandotte and
Barred Rocks, a B. Huyck, 814
Monroe street, city.
1 acres on Division St, S room
house, bath room and basement,
barn, chicked bouse, orchard and
email fruit, city water. Price $1,300.
Terms. Clyde McRae, 1003 Main
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR,
The city council met Thursday ev
enlng and acted on the petition for
the mnrovement ot waaninBiun
atreot. The city recorder was In
atructed to advertise for bide tor the
Imnravement of Main street, acuou
on the Mt. Hood franchise wss de
ferred till the next meeting. A rep-
r.x.ntativa of the Portland electric
light company was present and stated
the are llehts that were ordered wrould
he Installed right away. An ordinance
ravnlatlno- nool rooms was pased,
license of 15 a quarter to be lld on
three tables. .
Harry M. Paulson, who died Wed
.Mil,, of heart failure, axe 15 years
waa buried at Stlverton Saturday
u. mil, nr hnrtland. haa purchased
he restaurant owned by Mr. Cash and
win take nosseasion Monday.
m. rah will a-o to North Plains,
Washington county, and look around
before settling again.
Mra M. A. Reed, of Gladstone,
Kaiisd nn Mrs. M. Johnson Tuesday.
Mr. Rhoades. of Estacada, sold one
of his houses to Gus Zimmerman
r.ih.r and the family has moved In.
Albert Katxke has rented a fiat here
rA win move in the first or me wees
Mr a m ijtGrsnde was taken ser
lously ill Thursday evening and Is In
a very critical condition.
t n r.Adden representative of
St ' Louis firm, csiled on our raercb
Mayor Strelb returned home from
vi. -m noar redar Mills.
t W. A. Hanson, city recorder, waa In
Oregon City Friday on business.
The boys club entertained their par
ents Wednesday evening. Prof. Gens,
their Instructor, waa present and the
clasa gave the following exercises:
Dumbells, Indian clubs, bar turning,
running and a game called horse and
rider. The parents were well pleased
at the progress the boys are making
and praise them very highly. Much
credit is due Prof. Gens for. his pa
tience and laborious work.
Judge Kelso waa in Portland Friday
Dalles to visit ber slater, Mrs. Ganl
ard They leave for a trip through
California in a few daya, and expect
to take in all the sights, going as
far south as San Diego and Los Ange
les. They expect to go over to Cata
Una Islands, and possibly take a side
trip to Yosemlte Valley. Lydla haa
been tied down so long with her ardu
ous work of looking after the duties
of her position, that she will enjoy
her well-esrned rest and It will do
her a world of good. Mrs. Oanlard.
having formerly lived In California,
will act as cnaperon.
Tamaa r. Mathews, the barber, ex
pects to move back to'Tals old quar
ters In the Snyder block In about a
The moving picture house Is draw
ing large audiences, nightly, and Mr.
Wheeler la putting on some very nice
films. It is run rn a nice manner, and
la eomethlift Mllwaukle- can well be
proud of, being the only small town
close to Portland, that can boast of
an np-to-date moving picture concern
Mr. Wheelerfe ia,ther dispenses some
very fine music on the piano. He la
a very fine player, and hla music Is
The funeral of Mrs. Dorothy Bon
nett, mother of Mrs. Oscar wnsslager.
wss held Tuesday afternoon from the
residence. Rev. Kraxberger, of the
tutheran Church, conducted the aer-
eral important meetings In the near
Judge Kelso and Mayor Strelb
went cut on the Estacada line Wed
nesday afternoon to look up a, propo
sition for a rock crusher.
Jndge Kelso was in Portland on
business Wednesday morning. -
Mrs. Phillips, of Kern Park, spent
several days with Mrs. Swaggert
Claud Grizzell Is expected home
from Texas soon. Mrs. Ella Maple,
bis aunt, has not seen him since be
wss a child. x
Mrs. Ella Maple will go to Portland
Monday to stay a few weeks with her
sister, snd recuperate,
Will .Maple, of Canby, passed Sun
day here visiting relatives and friends,
Mrs. Dar la visiting her son in Es
Mrs. Loe Wyman, of Park place,
spent Tuesday with Mra. Maple.
Mrs. Ida Kent, of Parkplace, spent
Saturday with Mrs. Maple,
Mrs. Maple received a letter from
her son Ray, who Is in the navy, at
Guautamamo. Cuba. Ray Is well and
all of hla old friends will be glsd to
hesr from him.
Mrs. Earl Dwlre (nee Ruth Lech
ler) Is playing at tbe Baker with Flor
Lydla J. Bottemlller, Supt of The
Dalles Hospital, bas arrived from The
Mr. Moffltt hss trimmed the old
pear trees on his lot adjoining the
postofflce, and rumor has It that par
ties have been around looking for a
location for a confectionery atore. Mr.
Moffltt will build for a tenant who
will lease for a number of years.
The "Multnomah Booster" will be
given a new "lease of life," and Mr.
8. A. Thomas, proprietor of the print
ing office here, will enter It as a sec
ond class publication. It already has
a circulation of some 4000 names
among the Woodmen.
Mra. A. LGrand, who died last
week, was an old and respected pio
neer of Mllwaukle. Mr. LeGrand and
family moved here in the early 80s
from Portland. They formerly lived
near Sonora, In California, and have
numerous acquaintances here in Port
land and Mllwaukle, as well as in
California, who will mlas ber very
much. Unfortunately, Mrs. LeGrand
Is the third member of the family who
has died within three years. Meta
died about S years ago, and Mr. Le
Grand about a year and a half ago.
Antone, together with two brothers,
In Portland, are all that Is left of the
Immediate family. Tbey have the:
sympathy of the community In their
Sidewalk laying Is going on In ear
nest now. The bricklayers and plas
terers are on "Easy Street" now.
Samuel Riley, carrier on route one,
work, concrete walks and reinforced
concrete. Res. Phone Mala J1L
O. D. EBT, Attorney-at-Law, Money
loaned, abstracts furnished, land
titles examined, estates settled, gen
eral law business. Over Bank of
UTUEN A 8CHUEBEL, Attorneys- t
Law, Deutscher Advokat, wtu prac
tice In all courts, make collections
and settlements. Office la Enter -prise
Bldg., Oregon City. Oregon.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
V. R. HYDE, Abstract Olf Ice
Land titles Investigated, conveyan
cing, notary public
Room T, Barclay Bldg.. Oregon Ctty.
ln CITY NOTICES.
Notice Closing 8tresms.
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRES
ENTS, That, Whereas, the Board of
Fish Commlasloners of the Bute of
If. I i' a J A a f .1
warned ai unce.
Oak Grove .'
Llbaral terme te- hustlers. See Mr.
Miller Circulation Department, En
terprlse, Oregon City Oregon.
E. H. COOPER, For Fire insurance
and Rea Estate. Let us handle
your properties we buy, sell and
exchange. Office In ' Enterprise
Bldg., Oregon City. Oregon.
FREYTAQ ft MONEY, Real Estate
Dealers, have choice bargains In
farm lands, city and suburban
homes, good fruit lands and poultry
ranches. See us for good buys.
Near 8. P. depot
SECOND HAND FURNITURE.
NEW STORE. NEW GOODS.
a When I moved Into my new etore
put In a nice line of NEW FURNI
TURE, which I am selling at th pri
ces usually quoted for second hand er
shop-worn goods. Come In and took
Fine line of curios and rellee.
A. Ti Intmdnea Tha Mnrnlna-
4 Enterprise Into a large major- e
Ity of the home . In Oregoar e
City and Clackamaa county tne e
management haa decided to
make a special price for th
naiiy IMUV, iur DV,,U1UW , W-
only, where the subscriber pays
a year In advance. e
By carrier, paid a year In e)
By -mall, paid a year ia ad-
vanoe, 11.00. . ' e
People who gave our oanvaa- e
ser a trial subscription for one e)
or mora months, at ten cents a ' e)
week, eaa have 'the dally dellv- e)
erad for a year tor 11.00 by
paying a year la advance.
People who cava our canvas-
aer a trial subscription, by e
mall, for four months at a dol-
lar, may bava the paper for a
year tor $1.00. If paid ,a year In
ad vanoe- e)
Subscribers to the Weekly
w. .kmn their A
junierpn) mr " " -
subscriptions to the dally,-re-
eelring credit for half Una an e
the daily that the weekly Is
paM fa advance. When they, e)
choose to add cash to the ad-
ranee payment equal to a fall e
rear's advance payment they e
aay take advantage ot the f S
rate. - -
Wa make thla apectat price
so that people who have paid
In advance) oa aome other dally
and wish to take the Morning
Knterprtae, stay do so without
too great expense.