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MORN IN O ENTERPRISE, - SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1911.
ftortrtg Vranb Clotirr
LOCAL BRIEFS '
John i rk. of Canby. was In Oregon
City tm iiiininsa roasy. ..-,
v..i. nnimiinlon wreathes and
vrili. m MIhs C. Ooldsmlth'a.
Mr- II. Hettman, of Sbubel, waa In
lhl nty it Friday.
rr..,i Mtiaualer. of Carus. waa In Ore-
gun City on Friday.
Huts trimmed and nntrimmed for
Jwlrr at Miss C. QoldsmiUt a.
u'liiiiiin flrlsenthwslte. one of the
WM known farmers of nearer Creek,
hs In this city .on, Friday.
the service at the
BaptlHt Hiurrh -will be given by the
choir. tul will be a musical program,
roaum-morallve of Easier.
r..n.tniinton aervlce wsa held In the
ChrUt Kvk Lutheran church Friday,
Kh w rvice appropriate to tbe day
(feud Friday. .,.. -
Tbe luUlea of St. Paul'a pariah will
buld un Kuater Market this afternoon.
In the Weluhard building on Main
F. W. McLaren, proprietor of Wll
bolt HprinM, waa In Oregon City on
rrlday. having Juat returned from a
butni'H trip to Portland.
Mvtulota and" Rock Bprlngs eoel,
iM-kml Biid delivered In sny. quantity.
OrrsoiM'ommlsslon Co., pacinc Main
101. Home A BO.
On April !3 there will be' no service
la t'hrl.t Ev. Lutheran cburcb. Rev.
P. Schmidt preaching on that day In
Ch.rl.ii P. Slocum. of Jennings
Lodge, was la Oregon City on Friday.
Lyman Latourette, an attorney of
Portland, waa In thla rlijr .on.-lega
Vdiums Friday. -
At tile M. K. church Sunday evening
(Mr will be a program by the Sunday
a-fcl, with muBlc and literary num
tor commemorative ot Easter and
lie Raster aeason.
Tfc. nnmn fit Ire nlsnt Is nutting
ion a new plank platform and aide-.
slk at Its worka on Twelfth atreet
blrh will prove a convenience to pat
rons and make It polble for pedes
Irisna to keep out of the mud.
Ti... uwlal alven bv the Artisans at
the Woodman Hall on Thuraday even
ing was a most enjoyable affair. Tbe
octal was In tbe form, or a maaquer
ide. and many of the members ap
peared enmasque. Refreshments were
Tuutim w. w. if. Ramaon oertormed
the ceremony making Earl Chamber
lain and Cynthia Elisabeth Weatover
man and wife on Thursaay afternoon,
it hi office. They are both Portland
parties but came up to the Falla to
let tied In a good eubatantlal fashion.
Mr. Holman, of Beaver ureex, waa
In OreRon City on Friday.
Joe linnta. who waa accused of try
ing to beat his board bill by Mrs. C.
H. Jeremiah, of the Cliff House, plead
guilty and borrowed tbe money and
paid Mrs. Banta 15 ana waa reioaaeu.
LADIES' WHITE WAIST: At
tractive and stylish. Vary rea
sonable prices, 65o up.
Underskirts, white and black,
80c to 12.50, Good value.
Hosiery for all the'famlly.
W.-B. Eddy & Son
It Wouldn't Pay to Advertise
A Poor Article .
Nor a proposition of doubtful merit or honesty for ad-readera,
nowadays, are DISCRIMINATING. They know valiaa they know
GENUINE things, genuine opportunities.
Any artlela whloh ean be sold by advertising Is, by that test,
GOOD article. : YOU are safe In buying a thing which has "stood
the fir of publicity." ' ' V .
The msksr of a wjdsly advertised article,' or commodity, la el
ye en trial for Ma business life. He esnnot shirk, nor chsspen hie
product and thla la the beat possible protection for the consumer.
You are SAFE In buying advertised things It's trie logio
"ovdsya bualnsss eondltlone. ' "
the attention of
the smart dressers
and we are al
ways pleased to
style features of
clothes for men
and 4 'La Vogue"
suits for Ladies
Prices $15 fo $35
Hants claimed tie waa not trying to
beat Mrs. Jeremiah, but sa It was'1,
cheaper to borrow the money and pay
up ne um so 10 seme the esse and
save further costs.
There have been many favorable
comments on the Enterprise article In
reference to the Woman's Club taking
I up tbe proposition to make a public
I park of the hillside, from Canemah
Ion tbe south to the Congregational
church on the north. All who have ex
pressed themselves are unanimous In
tbelr opinion that the club might do a
wonderful work In advertising the
beauties of the city and country.
PEOPLE POINTED OUT
Mrs. Durst and baby, of MuUno, were
In thla city on Frldajr.
Miss Edith Cheney, of Portland, was
In this cliy on irrldsy vlsltlpg with
Attorney C. II. Dye Waa in Portland
Friday assisting In the settlement of
an eatate In which Clackamaa county
partlea are Interested. T .
Judge ' J. IT. Campbell Is limping
about with an Injured foot; nothing
aerloua but a trifling annoying to a
man naturally aa active as tbe Judge.
Messrs. Robert Beetle, J. E. Jack
and Emat Mass went to MolaJla on
Tburaday, where they attended the
funeral services over the remains of
Mrs. Susan Vaughan.
Mr. and Mrs. William Clyde Hughes,
who have been spending their honey
moon In'Portland and at Forest Drove,
have - returned to Oregon City, and
havejaken up their residence at Bol
ton. Mr. p. J. Holohan. of Twin Falls.
Idsho. brother of Mrs. II. J. Hsrdlng
of this city, who has been visiting for
severs! daya at the Harding home on
Main atreet, left on Friday morning for
Portland where he will make bis besd
quarters, he has accepted a position
Mr. C. E. Webster, of Fargo. K. D.,
la in tbe city for a few daya and while
here la a guest of Rer. and Mrs. 8. A.
Hsyworth. He has Interests near Btan
Held. Oregon, and will go there to look
after mattera of business Interest to
Miss Lillle Beeman, of Portland, la
In thla city visiting with her cousin,
Mrs. Oscsr Minor, of Seventh street.
Miss Allle Ware, who waa called to
The Dalles, by the death of her coueln,
and whoae burial took place on Thurs
day, returned to her home' In this city
Thursday evening. , - ,
aa traveling salesman. ' .
Mrs. "Anna Hayes, who haa been vis
iting in the East for the past seven
months, returned to Oregon City on
Thursday evening, and aaya there la
no place like Oregon for her. Mrs.
Hsyes visited with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. B. E. Blckler, of Oroaae Point
Farms, Michigan, attended the golden
wedding anniversary, which waa held
on October 18, and also visited In tbe
State of Massachusetts, Vermont, and
Mats for Ladles, Man and Child-'
ran; many ahapea and alias, 10o
Come and see them. '
Handbags, SOo to $1.25; lust ar
rived from the Esst and usual
ly add for more. -
In her homo State,
AMONG THE CHURCHES
J,i,t-CI- ,V"B nd Nlnth streets.
S5?v:t- "aywonh pastor, re. ni
Ninth; B. 8. 11 noon, Mrs. A. F. Parker
iipt ; rnornlns rvl 10:a0, evening
:lu. T. P. B. C. E. (.10 p. m. and Jun"
nr .nm hour. Weekly pr.y.r Rust
ing TUureday at 7: JO p. m.
Morning subject "The Resurrec
tion " sn Easter sermon. '
Evening There will be an Easier
musical program by the choir.
Canemah Baptist Ml.alon . B. "meets at
1:00 p. ra., lwla Conklln supt. ,
Catholic Cor. Water and Tenth Sta.
Rev. A. fllllebrand pastor, rea. 911
Water; Low Mass 8 a, m., with aer
mon; High Maaa 10:30 a. m., with
aermon; afternoon service . 4:00.
- Mass every morning at 8:00.
Congregational Cor. Main and Eleventh
alreela. Hev. Wm. M. Proctor paator.
rea. 0 Third; S. B. 11 noon. Jn Low
ry aiipt.; morning aervlce 10:10. even
Ins J:10. ynuna people :S0. Weekly
prayer mwllni Thuraday at 7:10 p. m.
Morning subject ' Beyond tbe Shad
Evening "A Walk on the First
Chrlat Cv. Lutneran Tor. Eluhth and J.
y. AUaraa atreata. Rev. K Schmidt
paator. rea. a J. ; Adame; H. H
S:0 a. m ; preat-tilng afternoona of flral
and third Bundaya at 1:10 In Enrli.h
other Sunday aervlrea momlnca at 10:1
wnn prraomna; in uerman.
Morning subject "Christ's Resur
rectlon. 1. What it Shows. 2. How
It Cheers." Mark 16:1-8. 8ervlce at
10:30 a. m. '"
Christian Science Ninth and Cen
ter at rests. Sunday service 11 a. m.
Sunday school 12 noon. Wednesday
Oerman Evangelical Cor. Eighth and
Mndlaon atreata. Rev. K. WlaveelcH paa
tor. ra. 711 Madlaont 8. 8. 10 a. ra.
morning eervlca it, yoena paopie at 1
p. m. and preaching at I n. m. Prayer
meeiinc weaneaaay at t:ib p. an.
Morning An Eaater aermoa.wlll be
given by the paator.
Evening Literary and musical pro
gram for Easter, with short address
by the paator.
Gladstone Christian Rav. A. H. Mulkey
paator, rea. Uladatone; B. B. 10 a, m.,
N. O. Hendrlrka aupt.; morning service
11 o'clock, evening eervlce 7:10. Wo li
ly prayer meeting Thuraday 7:10 p. m.
Mountain View Union (Cong ) B. B. I
S. m Mra. J. H. Qulnn aupt.; Bible
tudy every Thuraday afternoon;
S reaching 7:10 p. m. second snd fourth
undaya In January.
Methodlit Main atreet cor. Seventh.
Kev. K. T. Klmmerman paator, rea. cor.
Blxth and Waahlnaton; 8. 8. I:U a. m
C. A. Wllllama. aiadatonc, aupt.; morn
ing aervloe 10:45. Rpworth League :10.
evening eervlca 7:10. Prayer meeting
Thuiaday 7:10 p. m.
Evening A program will be given
by tbe 8unday school.
Presbyterian Seventh street eor Jeffer
eon. Rev. J. R. Landeborougn paator,
rea. 710 Jefferaon; 8. 8. 10 a. m., Mra.
W. C. Orecn aupt.; morning servlea 11
a. m.. T. P. 8. C. E. S:4t p. in., even
ing service 7:10. Prayer meeting Thura
day I p. m.
Morning subject "Alive Forever
more." "Evening There will be a sacred
aong aervlce commemorative of Easter.
Parkplaee Congregational Rev. J. L.
Jonea paator. rea. Clackamas;- 8. 8. 10
a. m.. Emery French aupt.; preaching
aervlcea each Sunday, alternating be,
tween It a. m. and 7:lt p. m. Chris
tian Endeavor Thuraday evening 7:10
St. Paul'a Eplacopal Ninth at., near
Main, Rev. Chaa.'W. Robinson pas
tor, res. at Rectory, Ninth and Wa
ter ata. 8. 8. 12 noon, Wm. Shew-
man, aupt.; Prayer meeting Wed
.neaday 7:30 p. m. 'Morning aervloe
10:30 a. m., evening aervlce S p. ra
United Brethren Cor. lahth and T.vlnr
Rev. L. K. Clarke paator, rea. Portland;
B. 8. 10 a. m Frank Pnrker, Maple
lAxnm, aupt.; morning aervloe 11, T. P.
d. m.. p. m evening aervlce 7
Willamette M. C No regular preaching
. aervlcea. S. 8. I p. at., Mra. Reama
Zlon Lutheran Cor. Jefferaon and Eighth
atreet. Rev. W. R. Kraxberger paa
tor, rea. 710 Jeffarann; 8. 8. 1:10 a. m..
Rev. Kraxberger aupt.j morning aervlce
10:10, evening 7:&, Luther Lagus 7
For Easter .morning the Sunday
school win convene at 9:15.
At 10:00 a. m. there will be confes
sional service. At' 10:30 regular East
er service with sermon on the subject,
"Tour Sorrow Shall be Turned Into
Joy." Followed by tbe Lord's Supper,
. There will be no evening aervtce.
"THE MATCH BOX."
Will Be Put on at Twilight at Thla Ev-
"Twilight literary society Is making
atrenuoua efforts to put on a good
play at tbe entertainment this even-
lug. .There la g new drop curtain and
new scenery for the stage at the town
hall, and report aaya that things are
very neat and taaty aa at present ar
Tbe play tor thla evening la the
merry aklt 'The Match Box." This
la aald to be full of mirth and every
effort la making for a careful and
painstaking rendition of It Other
numbers on the program will add
greatly to the enjoyment of the even
ing. There waa a full dress rehearaal
By S. A. Hayworth. - -'
Tbe resurrection from the grave of
the personal Jesus baa revealed the
Msheat conception of Immortality
known to man. Tbe Jews dimly con
ceived of an Immortality of the nation
with tbe Individual loat In bla Identity.
Mournera were content aloce tbelr
loved ones were loat If they contrib
uted to the perpetuation of tbe family,
gome csugbt a glimpse of a personal
Immortality aa abown by the question
of Job, "If a man die shall be live
Jesus, tbe Prophet of Life, taught
T'-i ' -
.- '."SJf'.J ' v":-
REV. S. A. HAYWORTH.
that the Individual who chose to em
brace Him would enter an ageless life.
Jesus nowhere tsught the loss of per
sonal Identity In God. Being one with
God, does not mean that life Is flung
back like a cupful of water Into the
stream whence It was taken. Jesus
said. "Because I live ye shall live al
so." Personality la tbe ultimate real
ity In the whole acheme of thlnga.
The personal appearance on the Mount
Frldsy night In preparation for the
rendition this evening.
BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES.
An elaborate nroKram of Easter mu
sic Is being prepared by the Baptist
choir for the coming Sunday. In. the
evening tbe entire aervlce will be in
charge of the Choir.
The paator will administer baptism
and lead the congregation In prayers
and scripture reading.
The Baptist Brotherhood will meet
next Tueaday evening. The program
will be made up or local speakers, u
Is intended to dlstmss some Important
meaaurea relating to the practical re
form of Oregon City.
There aurely must be a little truth
In that ground hog story.
Another of Logan'a yonng farmers
haataken unto himself a cook? Wm.
Klrrhem and Miss Charlotte Schwsrtt
of Redland eiawsrrlee at tbe brlda'a
home last Sunday Only the near reia.
Uvea were present. They will live on
their farm In Logan The boys fur
nished the usual amount of noise.
Some of our Grangers attended the
Clackamaa County Pomona Grange at
Parkplaee, where all were royally en
tertained and a general good time In
duleed In Mra. Clara Waldo enter
tained tbe members with a moat Inter
esting talk on her trip In foreign lands
Tha Orange waa asked- to endorse the
Canadian Reciprocity treaty but after
some discussion waa voted down. Inas
much a a It waa -not a aquare deal lor
the farmer. The only hope or a aquare
deal ilea in a unity of purpose. It
does aeem hard though for the old
party veterans to do this.
Mra.' Frank Hutchtnd bad a quilting
nartv Thursday. . t
Word waa received here of the deatn
of Jacob Babler at San Francisco after
lingering Illness caused by an In-
Jury to spine a bout two yeara ago.
He leavea a wife, one son and daugh
ter, also two brothers and Bisters to
mourn hta death. -
Mr. Bates Is slightly Improved at
though not able to be up. -
J. C. Klrchem purchased Mr. Otto
Smith's band of sheep.
Many aeem to think that tbe young
clover will be injured by these heavy
frosts. If so it will prove a aerloua
loas for clover aeed waa not only
scarce but out of s sight -In price,
Pomes, peaches and cherries are also
TRYINQ TO SLIDE OUT.
Mosisr Says the Insurance Company
i Wont Pay His Claim.
Justice W. W. H. Samson baa been
subpoenaed to appear In Justice Court
In Portland today aa a witness in f
case of Willis Mosier vs. Fidelity Mu
tual Aid Association, a Portland com
nany. Mosier was Insured In the com
psny, which Is an accident inaurance
corporation, and he alleges that he
haa gone blind because of an accident
In which bla spins waa Injured. The
company la not Inclined to pay the
policy and Mosier Is attempting to col-
VTHE HALL OF FAME, f
JOnN QDINCT. ADAMS
Slith president of tbe United
B r a i ntree,
11. 1767; died
Son of Presi
dent John Ad
Had a long
and distinguished diplomatic ca
reer, serving as minister to Tbe
Hague, minister to Prussia, com
missioner to negotiate the treaty
of Ghent, minister to Russia,
minister to England and Anally
eight years nnder Monroe secre
tary of state. In 181M elected
president, but four years later
was, defeated by Jackson. He
then was elected a member of
T the house of representatives, In
which he served until death.
k . . I
j of Tranaflguratlon of tbe two grest
saints of Old Tesument history-Mo-sea
and Elijah la a prophecy of the
peralstence of tbe personality of all
aalnta whose lives are bid with Cbrlat
In Ood. - Personal association and com
munion with the Father la not the
loss of Identity, but the guarantee of
our Immortal personality. "la my
Father's bouse are many reatlng
places," said our Lord. Why did He
make use of a plural form describing
tbe abode of fhe blest, if Jesus be
lieved In the absorption of individual
ity In tbe DeltyT
This persistence of personality
makea glad tbe heart In all the Bad re
latione of life. "Shall we see our dead
again T" asked a father who burled a
ten-year old daughter. "Tea we shall,"
waa tbe anawer of faith. Some men
and women f"l bitter because death
haa robbed them of all that gave a
meaning to life. Tbe child of faith
will not ao complain. WbyT Because
Christ baa become the trustee of their
loved ones. That little flaxen hatred
ten-year-old, whom we burled In River
View cemetery today, answers for the
heart of children of faith. ' She waa
wiser tban many aages. The thing in
stinctively believed by the Child of ten
Is believed by the child of faith who
haa seen the living Christ, risen and
glorified and alttlng on the throne.
Let ua learn from a little child.
She bad been accustomed always to
bid ber father good night In tbe same
happy words, "Good night r I shall see
you in the morning, papa." Time came
when death'a bright angel bright to
those who go, dark to thoae who re
main aummoned her to the glory
world. In her last moments, she
called her father to ber aide, put ber
little arma around blm, and whispered
with her rapidly dying breath, "Good
night, dear papa, I will see you In the
morning." She waa right aa a child la
alwaya right about tbe higher thlnga.
Sorrow cometb In the night, but joy
eometb In the morning to the believer
who haa personally been made a par
taker of Cbriat'a resurrection and
whose spirit is aa the Spirit of the
lowly Natarene. I ' S'
lect the face of tbe policy by law.
Casper and Kate Junker to Ida
Grunert, lot 1 of block 2, Junker's Ad
dition to Sandy; 1300.
Jamea Ozment to Theodore Thun,
lota 11, 12, 13, 14, 15. 16, 17, 18, 19,
20, 21, 22, 23. 24, 25; 26, 27, 28, Z9, 30,
31. 32, 33, 34. 35. 36, 37, 38, 39. 4
block 86, Mlnthorn AddiUoa4e- Port
W. H. Seltzer to Lewis Churchill.
land In section 21, township 4 south,
range 2 east, containing 1 acres;
Elijah and Elvlna C. Coalman to
George T. 8mlth, 7 acrea of section 17,
township 2 south range 5 east; $10.
- SURPRISE MRS. CATTO.-
Members of Lsdies of Security Drop In
to Spend the Day. .
Mrs. Dave Catto. of Gladstone, was
taken by surprise at her home on Fri
day morning, when some of the mem
bers of the drill team of tbe Knights
asd Ladles of Security Of ..this city
took the 10 o'clock car for Gladstone
for her borne, and took possession,
tbe occasion being ber birthday anni
versary. Many-pretty gifta were be
stowed upon the hostess, and at noon
a dinner was partaken of, a feast that
will not aoon be forgotten by mose
partaking. Tbe afternoon waa pleas
antly spent in vocal and Instrumental
music and games, and the meinbers of
the party returned to this city -on the
5 o'clock, car.
Present -vere Mrs. Pauline Schwartz
Mra. O. J. HowelL Mrs. Thomaa Trim
ble. Mra. Anna Johnson, Mrs. Henry
Vonderahe, Mrs. Minnie Donovan, Miss
Nellie Lindqulst, Mtsa Emily G racier,
Miss Lulu Msgaby.
OWEN G. THOMAS
BLACK8MITHING AND REPAIR
Best of work and astisfactton guar
anteed. Have your horses shod by an
expert; it pays.
A'l kinds of repair work and smithy
work. Prompt service; greater por
tion of your work can be done while
you do your trading. Give me a trial
Job and aee if I cant please you.
' OWEN G. THOMAS
Cor. Msln and Fourth 8te Oeegon City
Notlce of Apptlcstion for a Vacation
of a part of the Alley In Block 113,
of Oregon City, Oregon. ,(
Notice la hereby given that the un
dersigned have filed a petition with
the Recorder of Oregon Cfy, Ore
gonr asking for a vacation of a por
tion of the Alley running through
Block 113, and extending from the
property line on the easterly side of
Jefferson Street to the property line
on the westerly side of Madison
Street of said City. The part of
aald Alley asked to be vacated being
a atrip of land six feet wide off and
from both sides of said alley and
extending the length of tbe same
through said block. Said applica
tion Is now pending before said
Council of Oregon City, and will
come up for bearing before aald
Council, at a meeting of the same
to be held In the Council Chamber
at Oregon City, Oregon on tbe 19th
day of April, at the hour of S o'clock
. P. M, of aald day.
W. A. WHITE,
WILFRED A. WHITE,
A. W. CHENEY,
THERE will be a regular
meeting of Clackamaa
. Chapter No. 1, R. A. M-,
In the Masonic Hall on
Monday evening, April
17th. 1911, at 7:30 P. M.
' Work in Royal Arch.
A. CHAPMAN, Secretary.
NOTICE Is hereby given that the un
. deralgned assignees of the Oregon
City Lnmber A Manufacturing Com
pany, an Insolvent, will, until Tbura
day noon of April 20th, 1911, receive
sealed blda for the sawmill build
ings and machinery and plantng mill
' and machinery, together with all
switches. Bide tracks, tools, appli
ances, office fixtures and all other
property and aasetg of said Company
C-i I.- Via
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J-oly Easter-tide ond its
grocery requirements have receiv
ed the closest attention from thil
store. All the delicacies of the season
have been carefully taken into stock.
A great variety of Easter eggs and
" favors will be found here to choose
from. As usual we have had In mind -H
and paid the closest attsntlon to the
nature of the season. Ladles of all
belief w'H ....find I on viaitlng thla store
that their" tsttea and desires are fully
These are only a few of our
- Easter Specials: V
- New Celery, New Rhubarb, New Tomatoes, New Cabbage, New Onions,
Eggs, Lettuce, Asparagus, New Cauliflower.
J. E. SEELEY
Othand Main Sts. Oregon City, Or,
. In the bands ot the undersigned aa
aucb assignees. Said property la
situated in Oregon City in close
proximity -to the Willamette River,
the Southern Pacific Railroad and on
the Portland Railway, Light Pow
er Company's track, and offers an
exceptional opportunity for a large
and growing business. -
Tbe property will be sold In three
jarcels, vis: '
FIRST: The equity of tbe under
signed In the machinery purcbaaed
from the Northern California Com
pany. . SECOND: That covered by a chat
tel mortgage held by the First Na
tional Bank of Oregon City.
THIRD: That on which there Is
A description of tbe various arti
cles In each class will be furnished
on application to the undersigned.
-Terms of Bale, cash. Certified
check of 10 per cent of bid must
accompany each bid right reserved
to reject any or all blda.
Dated April 8th. 1911
J. W. M OFF ATT,
J. J. COOKE,
Asslgneea aforesaid, Oregon City, Ore
C. D. ft D. C. LATOURETTE,
Attorneys for Assignees.
Wants, For Sale, Etc
Notices under these elaaalfled headinm
will be Inaa-ced at one cent a word, flreJ
lim half Mnt additional Ineer-
tlons. One Inch card. 11 per month; haM
Inch card. (4 llnea) it per month.
Cash muat accompany order unleas one
has an open account with the paper. No
financial reaponalbillty for errors; where
errora occur free corrected notice will . as
orlnted for patron. Minimum charge lie.
VACUUM CLEANING done for SO
cents an hour. Call Pacino states
WANTED Small modern furnished
house, for summer, in city. Inquire
WANTED Bright young man to learn
Creamery business, wagea paid from
tbe atart to right man, dealrable
- place and pleasant situation. Apply
Clear. Creek Creamery or by letter
to W" P. Klrchem, Oregon City, R.
F. D. NO." 2.
BIDS WANTED For the erection of
one cottage on Taylor atreet. Plans
can be seen at George Randall'.
residence, 801 5th street. Bids will
be received up to April 18th, 1911.
We reserve the right to reject any
and air bids. Address all letters to
George Randall, 6th street-
FOR SALE OR TRADE 280 egg
"Mandy Lee" Incubator, good aa
new. IL O. Hartshorne, Wllsonvllle,
A: SNAP 7-room hous, four blocks
from car line In Oregon City; lota
of fruit; price $900; $100 down. $10
pec month. Same aa rent Clyde ft
Wanted At Once!
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. FOR THE
Liberal terme to hustler. See Mr.
Mfllsr Circulation Department, En
terprise, Oregon City Oregon,'.; , -
McRae, 100? Main 8U Oregon City.
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR.
HARRY JONES Builder and General
Contractor. Estlmatea cheerfully '
given on all classes of building
work, concrete walks and reinforced
concrete. Res. phone Mala 11L
O. D. EBY, Attorney-et-Law, Money
loaned, abstracts furnished, land
titles examined, eatates settled, gen
eral law bualnesa. Over Bank of
Oregon City. .
U'REN 8CHUEBEL, A.ttorneyet-
Law, Deutscher Advokat, will prac
tice in all courts, make collections
and settlements. Office. In Enter
prise Bldg., Oregon Cltr. Oregon.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
V. R. HYDE, Abstract Office
Land titles Investigated, conveyan
cing, notary public
Room 7, Barclay BIdg Oregon City.
E. H. COOPER. For Fire lnauraner
and Real Eatate. Let ua handle
your "properties we buy, sell and '
exchange. Office la Enterprise
Bldg., Oregon City, Oregon.
FREYTAO ft MONEY, - Aeal 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.
When I moved Into my new store
I put In a nice line of NEW FURNI
TURE, which I am selling at the pri
ces usually quotsd for second hand or '
shop-worn goods. Come In and look
around. . .
Fine line of curiae and relics.
To Introduce The Morning
Enterprise Into a large major- e
Ity of tbe homes In Oregon '
e City and Clackamaa countv the
management haa decided to e
make a apodal price for the e ,
dally Issue, tor a ehort time)
only, where the subscriber pays
a year In advance.
By carrier, paid a year In
e advance, $3.00. ; e
By mall, paid a year la ad-
; vance, $1.00. .
People who gave our oanvaa-
' aer a trial subscription, for one .
or more months, at ten eenta a .
e week can have the dally deUv-
ered for a year for $3.00 by
paying a year In advance. ,
4 People who gave our canvas- e
aer a trial subacription, by
e mall, for four months at a dol-
lar, may have the paper for a
year for $J.00, If paid a year In ..
Subecrtbers to the Weekly
Enterprise msy chsnge their
e subscriptions to tbe dally, re- e
eelving credit for half time on
the dally that tbe weekly la
e paid la advance. When they
e choose to add cash to the ad-
e vsnce payment equal to a rail e
year 'a advance payment thay . e '
may take advantage of the $3
We make this special price e
ao that people who save paid
e in advance on some other dally
and wish to take tbe Mornir.g e
Enterprise, may do ao without
r too great expenae.