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MOftmNO ENTERPRISE, SUNDAY, APRIL 9, 1911.
T'rr!TpJ I 1 I V 000 bM nouB' p'ptr to II
te jllt'CR y " your kltchn 00 II
1 vil III ei"" "" now pal-
K'lhy stock you will find !
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OREGON CITY, OREGON
A.hm: -f (fruswas In thl.
a ls. " ('HrUI WM ",0n8
B ..iMiKim nn Saturday.
-f ll-aver Cr.ok. w.i
U City Haiurdayv
J,0iwrl. of Carus, wa la
i cny Ft
' ... .., ui.nliKl. wa among
...n itiv lHltora on Friday.
..-.man. ..f Bhub.1. It Visiting
I J,me. "f Kiooraoo, waa in
City yi tii'itiT.
1 ' . L -i. ii..- i
uetilht'r. runner rriu... -y
I wi In ui'-Kon riiy on wwp
nlmM. iii.. well known straw
.,wrr f ilai-kamua. was lit
L rti. ( Saturday..
L,, spun'T. one of the ifoml-5,PBM-r4.r
1'uruj. waa In Oregon
gaturd.iv. April . to Mr. and
pink KMl'I'V. Willamette,
PCOPLC POINTED OUT
mnilm. a.wiuiu man m
ftrl. wit in urraiiu in; m
II. ii well known farm-
iilihlainl. aa 'among the bual-
klillur In i lila city on naturuay.
r a a a .wart
Dnvill mi l lill liunaro, 01 a.i-
,. fllw nn flat.
p, a!1' in V" rR"" v
iTHlKir ll,,,r"ry "'leiy W pmn-
L. . ... L.. ,.1,-nlr nn Mundav af
ar ! - - '
t Enii r Sunday.
fiirrt. f Harmony, a farmer
v I- awCtloO, WaB-lU
W titr- --Saiuroey. : -
Tc T Mel'hcrson. of Portland,
tcupv th- imli'lt at boh morning
fftftiini? wrvlra at tha M. E.
W MrFarl-wxI. of Beattla. Waah..
Ln in Kiln i lly vlnltlng with hla
kit, Mr Hii'l Mr. Jamea McFar-
Itad Mm V. H. Howell laft UtU
W for MrMlnnlll, whrw tnay
fomd tbiuiliiy. the former folng
t Broih' tH. of CUrkea, mada a
U, trip i hla ojty on Saturday,
hint lu tli' lr homa Saturday
Vt Oruul Jury will meet In regular
Vnca Hun-lay. April 17. There la
Wriblt fcualneaa piled up before
parjUth" coming term In court.
L nirr. one of the prominent
kill rn of the county, whoae I
L . . l -1 , - u. .. In Araanlll
iraee la ai aiumnn, w w
l9ttirliy on bualneaa.
LtEtlmi. who la teaching at Mu
(tit In ( )regon City on Saturday.
W Ik meeting with aucceaa
(f. gohiiltJ!, a plumber of Portland,
hOrrcnti City on bualneaa Friday,
fsfhulti a formerly In the dry
y bntlni'HN In thla city, having par-
Mthe liiCK OT M. MiKnT-tm.
ImM flttuffnrd Will ting "ini
ki" it tlio morning aervice in wi
rhnr.ii lodav. There will o
tTZ VVn affnrt init fa-ltt " M""r- Portland: D. W, Eddy and
PPT? tSC n mnclMorFr! Schafer. Mo
Cif H:V pro0Ub,e n lalla;.J. O. 0ddon. 8n Franclaco;
Judge J. IT. Campbell la confined to
hla room with an Injury to hla foot.
Mint Mabel Kraiit-U left on Saturday
for Portland,' where ahe will vlalt over
Sunday with frleuda.
Mr. Eugoue Ogle, of MoIkIIh, waa In
Ort'Kou Cliy on Friday and Saturday
and reglatered at the Electtjc Hotel.
Mm. A. Ii. KuHthum, of Vancouver,
Waah., la a gucat at the home of Mr.
and Mra. O. W. Euitham.
MIm Klliine King left on Saturday
for portlnud, where ahe will vlat with
her aimer, Mine Mona Klug.
Mr and Mra. J. L. Shorye, of Wood
burn, who have been rlalttng In thla
rlty, have returned to their home.
Mra. Fred Sconce, Mr. and Mra. At
hurt Elliott and Wllda Elliott, of
Needy, were In Oregon-City on Sat
urday, v '
Mra. Meta Thayer; of thla city. left
on Saturday morning for St. Helena,
where ahe will vlalt with her aiater,
Mra. Colllne. v
Mr. C. I Darla and hla mother, Mra.
J. W. Davla, who own a large-ncH
ai t.'anby. were here on bualneaa Sat
urday coming to tb city In their bU
auto. . . . .
Mra. Annetta Foater, of Eugene, Or.,
la vlwltlng frlenda In thU city gueat of
her mother. Mra. W. J. Kauch, of
Cladatone. Mr. Foater la (lame Ward
en, with headquartera at Eugene.
Mr. and Mra. George Jacoba, of Port
land.' are visiting In the city, the
gucata of Mr. and Mra. John F. Clark,
of the Went Side. Mr.-Jacoba la a
brother of Mra. Clnrk.v" .
Mr. Allen Adama. who haa been a- t
alHiliig lu the management or me jonn
Adama atore, baa accepted a 410a u ion
In the new Knlnht Shoe Cb.'a autre,
that la to be opened In Portland, and
aaaumed hla new dutlea Saturday .
Mr. Frank Patch, of Canby. waa In
thla city on Saturday. Mr. Patch la
connected with the Korher farming
Implement houae at Canby. and waa In
charge of the bualneaa here during
Mr. Kocher'a abaence In Portland. ,
lir. If. A. Wright, phyalclan and Bur
geon, of Seattle, Waah.. arrived In
Oregon -City on Friday evening, and
left Saturday morning for Uberal
where he will vlalt with hla brother,
Stlaa Wright. Dr. Wright waa accom
panied by hla daughter.
Mr. and Mra. William Guenther. of
Deaver Creek, well known realdenta-
of that place, were among the Oregon
City bualneaa vlaltora on Saturday.
While In thla city they vlalted with
their aon, Mr. Guenther, one of the
merchanta on Seventh atreet.
Mlaa Nellie Yoder, accompanied by
her two coualna, Mlaa Maude Yoder
and Mlaa Rebecca Yoder. were In the
city on Saturday on their way to Iog
an. wb.r they will attend the mar
riage of Mlaa Charlotte Schwartc and
Mr. William Klrchem, which will be
aolemnlxed thla afternoon.
NEW SCHOOL IS VOTED
111 COtiW DISTRICT
WILL BE HANDSOME TWO-ROOM
FRAME AND COIT AtOUT
5000 TO $6000.
The achool patrons of Concord
Mi hiMil dlotrlrt held a special meeting
Sutiirduy evening to consider the ques
tion of tha erection of a modern school
building. After a thorough discussion
of the question, In which County
Sch(K Superintendent Gary partici
pated aa an Invited gueat, a vote waa
taken and the ballot showed 20 for
and only 2 against.
Th. ...,r.w.. Im In I. ..II. I a I. ..... I ........ .
iwo-room uuiiumg, ai a cost o?nouit
or $0000, which will be modern In all
particulars. This action Is only anoth
er proof of the fact that Concord la a
liroKresslve community, and deter
mined lo have the best there la to aid
the young people In securing a good
TjducaUpn. 1 i
Concord la one of the thriving little
townk on the O. W. P. Hy. between
thla city and Portland.
Gratia 11 returned Friday
from Southern Oregon where be has
been looking at land for a place to
Ml ha Loula Kennedy went to Rlsley
and Naef station on bualness Saturday
morning. ..'. -
' Oak Grove base ball team will cross
bats With the Wabash team of Port
C. A. fyswls purchased an expenalve
brooder and nut eighty Jlttle chlcKens
In and lighted the lamp to furnish the
MOTUZR AND TU 4.IK.LS.
Said Hie little old inoilier;
"If I could live tu) life over i'nln I
iluhll l IiiI:ik up my dMUrli'em differ
There wiik a ui I !u- .- ui'i oi to the
old uliituiili-rs and a worn look iixu
the f. 11 1 id fiue. Hbw bud hct'ii tittle
U-n 1 luii u Inimfili' nut uKin which
her duiiuli'ers had put tbelr feet.
And. sorrow's i-mwu vf sorrows
The old pother knew thuLujuatly It
bsd been her own fault.
It Is easy to Oil the outlines wbett
the girls heard mother get up they
turned over to take another nap; while
mother burned ber face Ironing tbelr
dainty shirt waists Ibey wept shallow
tears over the fate of aouiu heroine of
Mother calloused ber bands with
broom and mop atk-k; dauKhters mani
cured1 their hands and cultivated tbelr
In abort- ' l-
Tbe Kjrls were taught by tbelr moth
er froifi the Oral that tbey muHt have
tbo best of everything,
would get along with the remnants,
Having a totally wrong conception
about the need of "accomplUbmenta"
for girls In order to give her daugh
ters "a chance," she bad inudo of her;
self a common drudge.'".
. Not - necessarily. - Their . seltlahness
Waa the result of tbelr training. Moth-
nt, but says It la bard to get men to
wOrk aa farmers are so busy.
Mr. inn Mra. J. Stetnman. of Cue-
frlnsvllle, were visiting relatives In
Logan this week and returned home
to learn tbey were Grandpa and
Grandma Btelnman, aa the Stork had
vlalted their daughter' home, Mrs.
Lydla McConnel, of Sellwood, leaving
a little daughter.
A. A. Crtaaell, of the firm of Monroe
and Ciisaell, Portland, waa out through
Logan selling Simplex separators.
It seems like old times to get regu
lar mall once more.
- Last Saturday waa - the monthly
meeting of, Harding Grange. Forty
members enjoyed tb day aa Grangers
do. Wednesday, Aprtl 12, Pomona
Grange meets with Abernethy Grange
at Parkplace. Remember time and
O. D. Robblna' hand Is A little better
but is not beyond danger stage yet
Some of the boys are getting tin
cans, etcv ready, for something. If
tbey know they won't tell.
These heavy frosts are not appre
ciated, as peaches and early cherries
are In bloom.
There was a little error in the
creamery reporttwt week. It should
be for average price received for but
ter for the xear, $1 cents lb.; paid
for butler fat average, for year, 3tc
lb., and also was Townsend Grocery
firm, not Creamery Co., wm has hand
led the butter so many years.
It Wouldn't Pay to Advertise
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A Poor Article
. ' 1 - , . ' ti :
Nor a proposition of doubtful merit or honsty-for ad-rssdera.
nowadays, are DltCRIMINATINQ. They know vsIhss thsy know
GENUINE things, genuine opportunities.
Any article which can be sold by advertising Is, by that tstt,
GOOD article. YOU are safe In buying a thing which has "stood
th flro of publicity."
The maker of a widely advertised article, or commodity, I al
ways on trial for his business life. H csnnot shirk, nor cheapen hi
product anil thl I th best possible protection for the consumer.
You ar SAFE In buying advertised things It's th
nowsdays business condition.
ENCOURAGEMENT IS PRESCRIBED
(Continued from page 1.)
a. a, 4 t ....Bulkln A Ik a-iltvttt
d when'heourin the morning tad ..way. don. thing for them.
.....i.,. v,t.. ..,rrl.. tr, Ih. hrood. I ami iney mougui OUIUIUK nouui II,
ter street. Sunday service 11 a. m..
Sunday school 12 noon. Wednesdsy.
evening 8 p. m.
Subject "Are Sin, Disease and
German Evangelical Tor. Elahth and
Atadlsun aireeta. Iter, F. wlrvewlck paa-
tor. rrs. 7IS Madlann; H. B. 10 a. m.,
Herman Bchradrr, Monro atreet. supt.;
mornlna aervtc 11. yoenc ddI at 1
p. m. and prfachlns; at t p m. Prayer
1 I . o - - -. 1 iiir v 1 1 11 a T rtjiiu . f .v V i
While mother annotated: the conditions are very dlf-1 Gladstone Christian Rev. A. H. Mulkev
erent from JTt lIrteK 7. morTilnV nrVi
1 anouiu jiwuu m uim.u ' I o'clock, vcnlna; iwrvlce wees,
the aample of my teaching If I were I iy prayar.mccUnc Thursday Tao p. m,
there to hear; but If you wish to be Mountain View Union -(Cong ) B. B. t
ht.lr.fi. I Ann-t orltlflaa nr dlarniirflen. I p. m.. Mrs. J. U. Qulnn supt.; lilble
...... -.r..r.'l H,iiv , ,-r ThnruliV llnun
try to nna some miug 10 prai-e 11 . prfachlns; 7;S0 p. m. second an fourth
only one worainai waa sum uu:eij. 1 Hundaya in January.
If yoo Will do tbj once a week I Methodlat -Main street cor. Btmenth,
think you will soon nolle a marked Rv. e. r. y.iramerman pator re..
. . - .liiji. .1. i I Blxth and Wasbmeton; B. B. a
improvement, iu me cunu- wum, ii c A Wllllma. Oladatone. aupt.tmorn-
you don't, come to me and I can proo-l- inK arvica 10. S. np worth Leasue :30,
ahlv tell vou that I have seen-a growth evening service 7:30. Prayer meeting
I an J IntArAflt
inn...m.ni' ihn ther la I Rev. C. T. McPherson, of Portland,
t oroou- f --- " - , " .Mv .nrl nlnr
... a j . 1 11 ni rt as it tii aiU'BVB n a v laT i lis mi trri i f i rx 1 a mhm vrnn tr anTnownprB h ii i viiu i hi ui sa. n wiu .
tcetinri an burneo up ana -r'-' " t ""'"a , " '"-"-"-" " -1 .r-n.vm.i- Hwaffora-wltt
annual. Inft to tell the tale I couee warm, eaten iu scraps auu ana l must try to nuu m reniuu. -- " . " "
tnZJ w llnZ house ha. been worn the mad. over garments. There 1. .till another way In which s ng -The Palm." at th. morning .er-
a . ..... ii.. in 1. n..w it.ina Vninninriiv makinir the sucrlllce that I the Darent a encouragement may ai-1 vice.
nlled. making great .movement, to led to her daughter.' ae.f Indulgence most ll.tera.'y put ""J" gE
.a . .a, I a.i M lha nit Ii AS aV tUUf f llOtll t I CTIIIIU. A
me prope.iy. . h- .ell for child.
..KW reiireuvv, " .
Mrs. Iteulah Worthlngion and Mrs. I he self atmcatln1
,ve. in Oswego for . few days, . I There In 'plain view on mother', face t..?. w
erthe erosive line of care. oVep .
r. 714 Jeffaraon: B. 8. 10 a. m.. Mrs.
w r r:rL auDt - mornlna aervice 11
n when their narent. can learn ta m.. Y. P. 8. C. E. 6:4 p. m.. even-
ina aervice t . ju. rrmjr mwiua mm-
day s D. m.
Morning subject "Th 'Triumphal
Evening "The Prodigal Brother.
The following ar those who have
rerlstered at th Electric Hotel:. W.
Wom lio attend
bhy ViuiKhan. llttl daughter of
i Mm wtillam VauKban. of Mo-
fwho was recently taken to th
VIorent-a hnsoltal In roniana.
rube underwent a surgical opera
tor appendicitis.,. v Improving.
lu. Emmons waa arrested Friday
find Saturday, when taken berore
rder BUpp. ho plead guilty to bo-
drunk. He was fine, lb or nv
k Id Jail ami In default of th five
ar. took tlm day. In Jail. .
C SpaRlivimiho ha. been connect-
pith the Sont hern Pacific Company
kit tlty fir the pt two years, baa
int his iHidition lo accept on.
f th Wnl'a ri go Company to this
Mr. 8igl commenced bis new
k Satnrder ' ...,,-
Kusren Ogle. Molalla: Otis Ogl., Au
rora; W. H. Creaser, C. P. Foray the,
Dn H. A. Wright ana flaugnter, seat
tie; Jerry Itoatl. Canby; J. L. Shorey
and wife, Woodburn.
Will Try Out New Uniform Sunday.
The -uniforms for Price Broa.,ball
team have arrived and Mr. Price will
distribute them to th member of the
team next Sunday, when. they will
play th Columbia Hardware team, of
Portland. Th uniform ar of dark
green material, trimmed In ' orange,
and the boy will mak A ephmdld ap
pearance. Th team la a credit to
th city as wall a th 0rm It repre
sents. . . ,;. " .' - v.-;
" eaaaeSeea-BsSsaeae epBeeeaeiaaa
Read th. Morning ttntarprla.
t-.l I. unnnitlna' the week's end I
.r "i": ".rr v.. . .. wer m Vl imu of your
.,lvn'" : rrv: wMr,ne- u y Th. boy or irr. school work aPd
ol r " burden, shhad born for tnem. ... dnrlnK',cool year. I. many times
wV "Vhandaand Mr True have rent- And-- .' . , I more profitable If they ar on pleasant I parkplace Conaregatjonai Rev. J. I
Mr. Hcnanns anu Mr. 1 ruo nmn i . t ku. .,iohl.n will innW I . r .1.-1- . .v.. Un. I Jnnea naator. rea. Clackamas: 8. 8. 10
d . place at Rlsley .nd gone Into the ."T". ."r.d cd e oM ! Z'., - Emery French supt; preaohm.
riiii1irv1itllnes. "OH iarre srair. . . - - t tr.-iiT-, -m -' ;r - t services - eacn- pimqayr-rryr,iiii-
t "l AIVfi-iA-wsi . Pnnlsnd visitor woman with care etched face and poor cr0as or unreasonable with her pupils. ,. 11 a- m. and 7:J0 p. m. Chria-
aiwiiss w ' -wj -
Wants, For Sale, Etc
Notices under these claaalflad headtnirs
will be Inae-ied at one eent a word, first -
Insertion, half a cent additional inser
tions. One Inch card, 12 per month; half
Inch card, ( lines) SI per month.
Cash muat aocompeor order nnleaa one
haa an open account with the paper. No
financial reaponalblilty for errora; whee
errors occur free corrected notice wlU be
printed for patron. Minimum eharae ltc
VACUUM CLEANINO don for 60
cents sn hour. Call Pacific States
WANTED Middle aged or elderly
woman wanted to care for baby and
assist In light work; one sleeping
nome preferred." Pbone'Main 3044."
WANTED Bright young man to learn
Creamery bualness, wages paid from
fr ther-atart-to-rlghtman deslrable-
place and pleasant altuatfon.. APP,V
Clear Creek Creamery or by letter
to W. P. Klrchem, Oregon City, R.
F. D. No. 2.
FOR SALE--Egg for setting.. Thor
: oughbred Columbia Wyandotte and
Barred Rocks. C. B. Hturck. mi
Monroe street, city.
Thursday, : '
in,iiul h.nda folded over a tired I iimmt ili'nvi her chief aim IS to 00 1 tian tnaeavor inuraoay c.c...... ...
- t - a. . I & . a as a. a I. ... ew. A I a. n. V A MnrUll flfl infllel
Mrs. W. Cederaon spent Thursday in Dreaat. -Ana. inougu ihivusu wv , ---- 8. p ,. ED.eonal Ninth St., near
.... n.i i..r .ui.r. i- i remorse Iher shall look at me power viauai pupna auu u ' - ..- ,.r t,m ,.
(un.a.tu - .-- . I l much aa VOU
Church Not. - - l wreaths tnat speas oi -siihiht nuu u,i..,u. i"
Oak Grov M. E. church Rv. lien- -At Rest"-
ry Spi-la pastor. Sunday school iu a. tne tear. w waste ana tne
m. preacninaj ai u. years w. wast. Because we uu dvi
vice, at 8 p. m. oy paaiur. P4rci... tmderstand
nuaie hv the Choir. All WVUea.
Indies' Aid will meet mursuay ai
grieve when you find it necessary to
be stern with your cnua.
if vou sav to your boy and girl,
"What does your teacher think of you?
It I. your business to see mat ane
Main, Rev. Chaa. W. Robinson pas
tor, res. at Rectory. Ninth and Wa
ter sta.; S. 8. 12 noon, Wm. Show
man, supt.; Prayer ' meeting ' Wed
nesday. 7:30 P. m. Morning service
10:30 a. m., evening service t p. m.
Are you a subscriber to the. Morn
ing Enterprise? If not you should call
and let ub put your nam on the sub
scription list Immediately. -
-4 H4-44-M44t t-i
THE- HALL OF FAML
WILLIAM TECUMSEII SHER
MAN Civil war general. Born
LFeb. 8. 1820:
died New York
Feb. 14. 189L
Point In 1840.
ing (be Mexi
can war. Conv
1 manded a bri
gade at first
three burses shot under him and
was severely wounded at Shlloh,
but was thanked by Grant for
having saved the day. Assisted
In th campaign at Vlckaburg
and In Grant's other operations
BOOSTER DAY COMING
thlnka well of you," tney are apt to go united Brethren Cor. dghtn and Tsyior,
. .. .. . ...i i.w . k.ni n. T. p. riarka naator. res. Portland;
BDOUl tnat Duameaa w.iu . w vr, - - -----rf -p-rk., Maole
Ine, stipt.; mornlna service 11, .- r.
H. t:. 1. s D. m.. evemna arrrice
HARRY JONES Builder and General
Contractor. Estimates cheerfully
given on all classes of building
work, concrete walks and reinforced
concrete. Re. Pbon Mala 11L
AH) HflRSF S 110 V TOO hr.rrx?m
aae.v . w aawee wa v . . - I
result to all concerned. Then you
hiv. noouraeed vour son in an lm
portent aten lowara kwuiiui yy uiamerxe iw. wlto reauiar irmtumi
sen for one who can Obey th laws Of services. 8. .8. I p. m.. Mra. Reams
Zlon Lutheran Cor. Jefferson and Eighth
streets. Kev. w. K. H rax writer paa
tor. res. 7Z0 Jefferson; B. 'H. 1:10 a. m
PROGRAM ISSUED AND PROMISES
MADE ARE FOR A BIO. SHOW
control himself baa learned the first
great lesson toward being the master
Do not be afraid then of giving your
child too much encouragement. Try
instead of criticising. Mrs.
Wlggs of the Cabbage Patch said she
raised her children on compllmenta!
Instead of switches. I sm siraia i
ahould not entirely agree with that;
but I do believe that ir nowers are
Rev Krsxberaer anpl mom hi a aervice
10:14. evening 7:46. Luther Leau
P. m. '
M. J. Lazelte, secretary for the
Booster Day and Horse Show commit
mil occasion, it vwiuih 'i iw I - -- - .,v,- hahlta
. . a -a .v.. h. temnted to lerk the naughty naDits,
trv of horses and will be sent on ao- which are Ilka weed. In a flower gar-
i ii.,l Th- ol.a.M nf animal, are den. out by th roots. I Ntnins xnai
Wl ..IM.J M . V. . lnma tt,.t will I aftAr th ffOO
uay ana nurse onuw wiuiuu- ... .
i Just Issued a neat program for encouraged enough they will final y
casloru It contains all the In- choke weeds out. And while I should
NOTICE Is hereby given that the un
dersigned assignees of the Oregon
Cltr Lumber & Manufacturing Com
pany, an Insolvent, will, until Thurs
day noon of April 20th. 1911, receive
sealed bids for the sawmill build
ing, and machinery and planing mill
and machinery,- together with all
awltches. side tracks, tools,, appii
ances. office fixtures and an otner
mention. imtmmtviamiiaini" -. " . ,', .viMma hu bMD ' SOCeS. ODICO nxiures anu an viiuc.
pecified and th premiums that will ,",,"K0 ? proper property and assets of said Company
given in each clas.. In addhlon nourished and .cultivated by a a 9 hand of the undersigned aa
D given in men ciob.. .uunn.u " " . I," a ..IInK,nl
-a. , i . . At. amyiitnr OT rallM4B 1UU ciiv.wibv""i
wire ruit LU lunrn iuj ruiuca i ..... (t tvA
and the rranllna- of nremhitns. we will find very little use for the
Booster Day comes on Saturday, A p.
rir 2lThafB th day that an thaladf 1
auch assignees. Said property is
situated In Oregon City In close
rhape you say,
t'aif of ' :? P' ' : j
: P tnps or Shoes
rll 22. That's th day mat an m was Vhild eaotlBtlcai and self confident
and lasme. ahould lay aside their Hh7e.?aiF r con'
bor. an. com. to Oregon City to s by con. "U cere you need have
the Bights and . enjoy in pleasures Even a tiny child
provided for th day. Tha Carnival I " ,T Antla . ,. weil and
j I .n. .Ill .Me thole tonte-aei Thnrn. I nu wu"" " . . ..,,.n
1 dTy a W' -Sv Mtor .Vould foflow hi. 'art
X dav. W the nromlse to b at their done ..that '.,, ton
in th weL. When Grant wa. i be8t on th. ut 0.ys.turday. April jrt. ToVnot know
placed in command of all th..-. f U ' ?hWrV SSrld will rts
r . mova It when your little one goes out
Recovering From Operation . under your protecting wlngl
Mra. Rev. IV- F. Zimmerman, who ..T enm. discouragements
submitted to an operation la th Good n the battieB Cf hf. how gratefully
Mmanian noepiiai lueBumy, lain,-1 ur cnn,iren win iook duc
d as. improving niceiy. wopwea.iw.u- . .trengthened by the worua oi eu-
lerunnn wi ew ibw j( I courasement you nave givu
It Is your great priviiese "
Is your sacrea uuij wvu...
children for wbo end m sr
Z l,1 tr M,v all t blDCS Wll.i"
nobly and Krof teu flny stro.gjr and
purer. t v. ' , t
There will com the full roeooipense
for alt you haT. faithMlly aald and
done when In the evening of life the
golden light of Heaven shines down
tbrbiifrh the gatlin1n; mlsta of death
and ' ther eonw the Bwoet words,
"Well done. Enter, thou Into thy rest;'
mle he put Sherman nt th bead
of th Army of the Mississippi.
Puahed on to Atlanta In several
bard fought battle and then
made his famous march to, th
aa. He then swung northward
through th Carolines and eonv
f feUdtb surrender of Johnston.
when Grant became
,lJl? . 11 . " rwnonslM to
SRI DC AND,. GROOM LkAVC. THIt
, MORNING FOFT HONtYMOON ' ,
AT NEWPORT, OREGON, 7
Foot, Schuls Pumps $liO.
Foot, Schuls Shoo for Ladle
We Have Them
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
617 MAIN ST.
'Oregon City ,
pot, Ihuli, shoos for Men, $4-00
Foot, tohuls Shoos for Men, 4,00
A very pretty wedding cfem6ny
waa performed last night at 9 o'clock
at tha Presbyterian church, when Miss
Cathie Shelbock became th wife of
Mr. John Ambler, of this city. The
marriage was witnessed by only th
immediate relatives of thr contracting
parties, and was performed by Kev. j.
R. Landsborough. After th ceremony
the bridal party left for th home of
the bride's sister, wher a wedding
supper was served. Th nous being
prettily decorated for th occasion.
The bride was becomingly attired
In pal blue .Ilk, and carried white
Mr. and Mrs. Ambler left on the
2:14 train this morning for Newport,
Oregon, where they will spend their
honeymoon, and upon their return will
reside In Oregon City.
' Th bride Is th daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. William Shelbock. of San Jose,
California, and has been making her
horn. In this city with ner Biaier, wira.
D. C. Baker, of Seventh and Washing
ton streets. Sh Is a most estimable
young woman, and sine making her
residence In thl city haa mad many
friends. Mr. Ambler la connected who
the Oregon City-Manufacturing Com
pany, and has been a resident of Ore
gon City for Bom time.
, ' LOGAN. . ..
F. W. Relbhoff. th road supervisor,
Is busy working on the roads at pre.-
I 1 1 . l. - n-lll.malta RIl'Ar
n 111 M.bA 1 TirilT I . I L V IU LUR HIHOUiS"" ..-..
HUl I will '"-" o.llorf .nrf nn
tne souiiiem r.-iui: jvu.v -
th- Portland Railway, Light ft Pow
tr Company's track, and offers an
exceptional opportunity for a large
and a-rawlna business.
The property will be sold In three
, parcels, lz:
STf The eauitv of the under
signed In the machinery purchased
from the Northern uainomia v-om
SECOND: That covered by a chat
tel mortgage held by the nrst a
tlnnal Rank of OreEon Cltf.
THinnt vThat on which there Is
A description of the varloua artl4
cles In each class will be rurnisnea
on application to the yindersUraed.
Terms of , sale, e;.p Certfl d
check of 10 Pr cent tf W-i Uiuttt
accompany each bid riKht reterved
to reject any or all bid.
, Dated April 8th. 1811. '
, J. W. MOFFATI,-
- "j. jtootce.
Aaflgnees aforeeaid, Oregon City, Ore
gou. C. D. ft D C. LATOVRETTE,
. Attorneys for Aaatgnecs. .
SNAP 7-room hpus, four block
from car line Jn Oregon City; loU
ot fruit; price I960; 1 100" down." 10
per month. Sam as rent Clyde ft
McRae, 1003 Main St., Oregon City.
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR.
. D. EBT, Attorney-at-Law-, Money
loaned, abstracts furnished, land
title examined, estates settled, gen
eral law business. Over Bank of
U'REN ft SCHTJEBEL, Attorneys-
Law, Deutacher Advokat, win prac
tice In all courts, mak collections
and settlementa. Office la Enter
prise Bldg., Oregon City, Oregon.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
V. JR. HYDE, Abstract Office
Land title investigated, conveyan
cing, notary public -.
Room 7. Barclay Bldf .. Oregon City.
E. H. COOPER, For Fir insurancr
and Real Estate. Let us aanai
your propertle w. buy, sU and
exchange, Offlca In Enterprise
Bldg., Oregon City, Oregon.
FRETTAO ft MONET, 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 S. P. depot.
8ECOND HAND FURNITURE.
AMONG THE : CHURCHES
SUNDAY CALENDAR. r.
Main and Ninth streets.
Kev. u. "J .
Ninth; 8. 8. 1J noon,
Mra. A. F. Parker
iunt - morning service 10:S0. evening
5-io V. P. 8. C. K. 0 J0 p. m. and Jun
iors same hour. Weekly prayer meei-
Ins Thursday at MO p. m.
Morning subject "Triumphs of
Evening "Woodman Spar Tnat
Xanemsh Bsptlst, Mlaalon-S 8 meets at
1:00 p. m., tww - -
Cathollo-Cor. Water and Tenth St.
Rev. A. Hillebrand pastor, res. Jll
Water; Low Mass 8 a. m., with ser
mon; High Maas 10:30 a. m., with
' sermon; afternoon service 4:00.
Mass every morning at :00. '
eMareoatlonal Tor. Main and Eleventh
atreela. Rev. Wm. M. Proctor paaior.
reaTaOO Third; B. 8. II noon, John Low
r7WT morning service 0:l0. ever.,
m 7:30. young people l:S0. Weekly
prJyer mJtlns Tnur-da at 7:1 P- "j
horning subject "The Triumphal
Entry." - .
Evening A Brotherhood sermon by
J, D. Nellan, of Portland, on th -Gospel
of Work." ( , !
Christ Bv.' tutnersn Cor. BlgMh and J.
paator. res. SOOJ. O- Adams; 8. B
M a. m.i preaching afternoona of first
Jlnd thEd' Jund.ya at 1:80 In Knr"h
other Bunday services mornings at 10:30
' with preaching In German. i
'Morning subject "Christ Humllla
ed StlH Our King." Matt Il:l--
Christian 8clnc Ninth and cen-
. P 1 BMBi asi
Notice to Creditor. , .
Henrietta A. Capon Estat: ' ..
Notice Is hereby given that th un
dersigned has been appointed Admin
istrator of the Estate of Henrietta A
Capen, deceased, by the County Court
of the State of Oregon, for the County
of Clackamas, and has qualified. All
"persons having claims against said
estate are hereby notified to present
the same to me at Ladd ft TUton
Bank, 3rd and Washington Sts., Port
land, Oregon, with proper voucher,
and duly verified, within six months
from th data hereof.
. Dated thl. 18th day of March. 1911.
EDWIN W. CAPEN,
Administrator of th Estate of Henri
etta A. Capen, deceased.
MCALLISTER ft UPTON. Attorneys.
Wanted At Once!
. .Oak Grore . , I . .
CARRIER AGENTS "
FOR THE , ; " .
Llborsl trm to hu'stlra,. S Mr.
Millar Circulation Dopartmont, En-
torprls, Orsgon City Oregon.
NEW STORE. NEW GOODS,
whan I moved Into, Hi v new store-
put In a nice lino t EW FURNI ,
runs., wTi.vn i ... w a ,
ccs usually tniotsd for acond hand oration-worn
good..' Com In and kol
round., " .'
Fine line of curl and relie. - . , .
. GtORQEJfCNtV .
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