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M0UN1HO ENTERPRISE, THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 19H.
foster Pay Once a Year
To make these Carnival and
Booster iay . wv,ua' wuaiucss we
Uc offering exceptionally gooo Dar
ius in the very latest of Spring Mer-
This store if overflowing with beaottfal new
cto Udle' nd Men'e Salts, Boys' Salts, Men's,
t Sit? nd Children' new Shoe and Oxford and
Ladles' and Men'a FurnUhtngi.
While helping boost for Oregon City we wel-
. .... ill e.f.. in.. in
ffl you to visit im iurc. i'iu.c luisyour waning
jc. Use oar Telephone!. And remember that no
r, ilt ,nn oet much crnnA baroa in . a xxm nnur
trW " I - a o - - "
Portland. wore In this eltv on wn.a.
day arranging for tha onenina- nf th.ir
delicatessen In tho Cola building. Mr.
uuraujrna win nave in connection lea
crram and candles of their own make.
na will terra lunches. 'Tha place of
bualneaa will open about tha first of touretto, Mra. J. 11. Humphrey", Mr
way. 1 na interior of tha building will
ba very attractive, and tha carDentere
ara busily engaged In aeltlna the work
BOOSTER DAY SHOWS
PROMISE BIG THINGS
DRIVE THE BLUES AWAY BY TAK
ING IN ALL THE SHOWS
tod Mm Charloa Welsmandol.
were In Mil rT on Tueaday.
iilllim MlHi'r, 'f Carua, was In Ore
, pty on a business trip Tuesday.
Itf prlrrs l millinery for Boost-
!ly. '" 1 " '
l,rbrt EhkN', 'f Molalla, waa
i tit; on Wednesday.
'i.ir Rll ml eon, Lea, wara
lClty on Tu My.
;rod dlnpliiy "f t special
'tH. Ml' Goldsmith.
, if Wlnlw waa In Oregon City
it. Murray. f IJlxral, waa in Ore-
i City oo Wednesday.
kesRIsley. i'f KUley, waiT'ln Ore-
i City on Wednesday. r
Mtch ("r it"" popular deiicaleaaon
, b th' Woman's Club Saturday,
flltf. , .
aatlc Haoiaoii goes to Oawego tola
noofl iu cry a aala of household
ib for AuguM Kcmpln.
rM Clalrmont literary aoclety haa
k organ fr use In tba entertain-
EUt that plare.
lit Gn-vl e Kelly haa accepted
poaitloQ In the confectionery store
If. l, Lltilo on Seventh street-
kpaul'i Guild wilt serve dinner at
linen hull Huturday. from
j ockx h. . ,.
IH B- Warren, of the firm of Warren
rnnoaa, Ouk Grove, waa IB Ure-
LaOty on Wednesday.
L Johnuiu. one of tha prominent
Ljriti of Milwaukle, waa In thra
It oi Wednesday.
U Hoaant mid sons, Norman and
kpt, of CamiM, wore In thla city yes
turoB a business trip.
. rr4eri k. wall known farmer
I Holtlla. waa among tha buatneaa
Wit Is Ihla city on Wadneaday.
Bon, f idiieaday morning, April 18,
Am the wife of Robert Hchoen-
M HKbt-pouna aaugnier.
1iSlgren. of Portland, waa In
hpaCliy on real aetata bualneaa
IMr ud Mra. Charlea Spangler, well
kn reabli'nta of Carua, were in tnia
bi Wetlneaday. '
wai In thla city yeateraay on
If you want to aell
your jiropi-rty are me.
If you want to buy
a KIMd home m.
, J. U BWAKKORD.
Fred Harrla. I. C. r Warren, U K.
Ilentlejr and Mr. Alllnger, of Oak
drove, were In the city on bualneaa
!. (1. llolden. formerly batalllou
chief In the Portland fire department,
who la a aprlnter with no mean record
and who la part owner of tha Rhodod
endron Tavern on the Mt. Hood road,
waa trammeling bualneaa In Oregon
City Tueaday. ,
Hell you a beautiful
home In Gladatona; I
have them to aell. .,
William and J. C. Vaughan. of Molal
tn In Oregon City on bualneaa
ti-Hin of horaea '
K 500. p.-e ma about It.
J. U BWAKKORD, 8th ana Main.
John E. Jonea, of Heaver Creek,
Wht a liirKe load of potatoea to
tii city on Wedneaday, and receirea
l beat of mnrket price for tnem.
Tit Mountain View IMble Study
at will meet thla afternoon at 2:30
(flock at tho home of Mra. 8. A. O li
ft ' '
tall and Claire Gordon, of Canby
M'd lo thU city on Wedneaday af-
Noon, and wero vlaltora at the borne
their ilater, Mra. Walter Walla.
tatph Harlean, one of the well
6011 farmt ra of Molalla, waa among
M Owion City bualneaa vlaltora on
V. HendrluJina arrived In thla city
N Canada, and will make hla home
"'city. HIh family preceded him
rniewai niontha ago.
PEOPLE POINTED OUT
Mra. Ilenjamln Tralnor, nee Ella
Frey, formerly of thla city, but now of
Mexico, haa arrived In thla city and
a vlaltlng with her father. Mr. Ftey.
Mra. R. A. Bchoenborn. of thla city,
left on Wedneaday morning for Carua,
where ahe will vlalt with ber children
on the Srhoenborn farm for a few
Mra. E. F. Zimmerman, who under
went a BucceaNrul operation in ine
Qood Samaritan hoapltal, Portiana,
haa olar recovered that aha waa
brought home Tueeday and la conva-'
Mra. M. R. Franklin, mother of Q
W. II. Miller, la very III l tier noma
on Seventh atreet, near the Southern
Pacific depot. A trained nurae la in
attendance and her condition waa nn
Mra. William Urundell, of portiana
ml Mlaa Coarln. of iwaton, Maaa
were th. aueata of Mra. J. Oleaaon
and Mra. A. J. Haaa. of thla city on
Tueaday. Mra. Ilmndell haa juai re
turned from a nine montha tour to
Mra. F. A. Mllea, who haa been vla
ltlng with her aon Fred Mllea and wife
for the paat month at .vearora. re
turned to her home in thia city on
Tueaday evening. Mra. Mllea naa im
nrnved In health Blnce going to Aiea
ford. Fred Mllea la manager of the
Walla Fargo Company at Medford.
Mr. J. S. Lagcaon. of Nyaaa, will ar
rive In Oregon City today, and will re
main here for aeveral montha. Hla
wife and baby will arrive here In about
i.n w.oka. anri will Vlalt wltn Mr
t.areann'a nareuta. Mr. and Mra. Jua
tin L. Xageaon, of Twelfth and Main
Mr. P. n. Harth. a retired banker of
Ttnaehurr who la now uving in ron
land, waa attending the Preabyterj
Tueaday and Wedneaany ana wnne
hera wna a gueat of Mr. C. H. Dye and
with him participated in the Baptist
banquet Tueaday evening. Mr. Harth
and Mr. Dye were frlenda in South
Dakota yeara ago.
Mlaa Haiel Francee will go to St.
Johna today whor a tie will attend the
funeral eervlcea over the remains of
the late Wilbur Chlldere, aon of Mr.
and Mra. 8 .W. Chlldera, who waa
drowned In the Clackamaa River near
Batacada a few weeka ago. The fun
eral services will be held at S o'clock
from the undertaking parlors of Dun
ning ft McEntee, The Interment will
be in the Rose City cemetery.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Durgoyne, of
Present ware Mrs. W. A. Bhewman,
Mrs. W. B. Pratt, Mra. O. W. Eaatnam,
Mrs. L B. Jones, Mra. C. W. Evana,
Mra. i. II. Walker, Mra. Thomas F.
Ryan, of Salem; Mrs. W. 8. U'Ren,
Mrs. C. D. La touretta, Mrs. M. D,
Nleta Barlow Lawrence, Mra. U A.
Morris, Mrs. H. 8. Mount, Mrs. Lena
Charman, Mra. C. M. Mleaaner, Mrs.
K. p. Rands, Mrs. K. C. Baker, of Hell
wood, Mrs. A. A. Price, Mrs. Aviaon,
Mlas Fannie Porter, Mlaa M. L.
Holmes, Miss Nell Caufleld, Miss Mar
Preparation a for tbk Ilooater Day
entertainment, and "Joyous Times"
anticipatory to thut event, are pro-
greaxlng finely and the show will start
oft under a full head of steam this
evening The tents are, up, platforms
and atages In rendlrieaa, and about the
only thing remaining to do Is to turn
on the "Roll up, tumble up, any way
o get up" at earn cock and let the
The flrat big act of the Dig Show
will be a Jump from the auapeualon
irldge acroaa the. Clackamaa, to be
followed by a slide for life acroaa the
Clackamaa River on a tight wire.
Theae will be free to the public and
bey will occur at alwnit 6:30 thia ev
tiling bo that mauy of the people em
ployed In the mills may be enabled to
ace the acts. Prof. Elliott, who la the
rhamnloii high diver in tho United
States, makea the Jump. Pror. wn
aon mokes the slide, lie made a alml
ar slide serosa the river at Niagara.
poBHlng over the water at the Falls,
and at one time he made the allde
holding on to the trolley with hla
teeth and with a woman suspended
from his person, making
" , .
Tha ahowa and canvaa tneatrea win
all open st the usual evening nour
Thursday. From thai on to miunum
Two Fine Animals for Display,
II. W. Samuels, well known horae
man of Clackamas county, announces
that he will be on hand Booater Day
to help make the horse show on that
occasion a memorable display. He
hns Just received two fine stallions
from the Bunt; an imported ueigian
and an Imported Clydeadale. .These he
will put on display If there Is nothing
Intervenes to the contrary, and they
are said to be very handsome animals
and well worth going some distance
CLOSE OF SCHOOL
OUT REDLAND WAY
GOOD PROGRAM PREPARED FOR
LAST DAY WEDNESDAY EV-
- ENING, APRIL 26.
The Redland acbool will close April
20th with an entertainment and band
coticert In the evening. The program
Is aa followe: '
Welcome Song" by the school:
"The WlHhes" by pupils; recitation,
The Dying Soldier," Silvia Brown;
recitation, "A Careless Boy," Raymond
Hrure- dialogue. "LJnna's Dream:"
double song. "Never Say Fall," four glrla;
recitation, "The Boy's .Complaint" by
Mot tan Sprague; United Workmen by
12 boys; recitation, "The Old Clock,"
Clara Rajim: recitation. "Do You
Saturday there" won t be a dull minute Guesa It la IT" by Walter Rruce; d la
in the town. 'Everybody la in vitea io Mogue, "The Uae of Btutly;" aong,
Join In and adl to the pleasures cf the
..inn rnma to town as aoon as
yon ran kick yourself loose irom me
cares of the farm or thelfame and
atay until the last minute of the Big
Indications are gooa ror a iuoi uuiu Miner.
"Plant Blossoms," by the school; reci
tation, "The Post Guard," Clara Ful
lam1, recitation,' "A Chlneae Class,"
Lee Klrcbem; "Musings," Ethel Rip
ley, violin solo by Mlaa Roaella Jones;
recitation, "Half Way Doln's," Miss
Dsy that shall long be rfmembcredj
If the rsins rerrmin irum ni
city will be crowded to overflowing on
Saturday. , .
u.mrriav. at t a. m.. there will be a
grand free balloon aacenalon. Don't
forget the hour and everybody be on
k.rH At irt:an the big parade will
muaement lor tnoae wnu -
Lnunate enough to be In line. Come
early and stay all day. fletter atlii.
come Thursday evening and stay the
rest of the week.
r.icoTi pntertAINEO AT THE
HOME OF MR .AND MRS.
A. A- PRICE.
The Newly Weds were entertained
t ik Knm of Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
r Third and Washington streets
this week, at bridge, the prUea being
.n t, Mra. Ilendrie ana ueor
klns. Refreshments were served dur
ing the evening, and a most delightful
time was had. The house decorations
A.rnntinna and dogwood blos-
Tk'. maetlnr Of the club will
be held next week Friday evening.
nrii at the home of Mr. and Mra.
George Hankins. The club will give a
box party at the Helllg this evening
to see "Madame 6herry."
i,.nt wr Mr. and Mrs. M. D.
Latourette, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wells,
Mr. and Mrs. George iianKina. nn.
and Mrs. W. R- Logus. Dr. and Mrs.
C. H. Melsaner.
There will be a basket dinner after
They Are Lace Tnmmad
and Daftly Embroidered.
Oregon City Wood and Fuel Company
F. M. BLUHM
Your wants supplied with any quantity of 4' foot or 16 Inch wood de
IMrtd to any pert of City. Prices, reaaonable.
tlafactlon guaranteed. Phn yur rdr,
Hom B-1 10 Cor. 6th and Center,
PKltle Main 3502 Oregon City.
It Wouldn't Pay to Advertise
A Poor Article
Nor a propoaltlon of doubtful merit or honsaty for ad-resdera,
""vs, are Dl SCRIM IN ATI NGb They know valine thsy know
filNiNE things, genuine opportunities
Any article which oan be iold by advertising Is, by that test, a
000 article.. Vou art safe In buying a thing which , has "stood
Are of publlolty .. ' u f ' :
The maker of a widely advertlaed artlole, or commodity, la al
t trial for hla business Ufa. . He aannot shirk, nor cheapen hla
uct and thla la tha beet poaalble pretectlort' for the consumer.
. . ...,... tf tuf.i r. ' 'iJ- I K'
You are SAFE In buying advertised things Ifa tha loglo
"ys business conditions. . ii I. '
...... SURPRISED BY FRIENDS.
Mrs. Wn. McLarty Csught Napping at
Home Monday Evening,
a urnrUfl nartv was tendered Mrs.
uriniam McLartr on Monday evening
at her home on Fifteenth and Wash
ington streets by a few of ner irieuun.
Th. .venina- was devoted to music and
gamea and a most enjoyable evening
was spent. Refreshments were served.
Those attending were Mrs. auu,
m .ni Mrs. William McLarty, Mr.
and Mrs. O Dell. Mr. and Mrs. Noble,
Mr. and Mrs. McLarty, nnss
Chamberlain. Miss Ivy Roake. Carl
Franoeen. Hugh and wnuam iveniiujr.
A Tresao, Sammy and . Martha Mo
ijirty. John Crawford, Mr. Baker, J.
BRIDGE PARTY GUESTS
ENJOY MANY GAMES
MRS. M. BOLLACK ENTERiams
AT HER HOME ON FOURTH
nn nf the most delightful social
evonta in this city during the week
was the bridge party given oy ir.
uniurir at her home at 106 Fourth
atreet on Wednesday afternoon, her
guests being the Wednesday After
noon Bridge Club and a few friends.
Tbe prlies, which were handsome su
n i.nn anoons. were won by Mm.
J. . Walker and Mrs. M. P. Latour
The house decorations er very
rtlailn mnA war oomoOSea OI rvu
satin streamers, Oregon grape
hrni . Mrs. HollacK was aaaiamu- iu
entertaining by her ,aaugnir,
Almee. A luncheon waa aerved during
in tha Circuit Court Today.
The suit of the Associated Creditors
vs. Mrs inman Is set for trial in the
A.I-...I. Court today.- Portland attor
neys are on both sldea of the case.
inn WOMEN 80UC1TOR3
""".lY di. mnner. Salary basis
, c;5 BltetrlS Hotel Thursday after
vlted." The baskets are to be soldi at
auction for the benefit of tbe school.
Literary exerclsee In connection are
J. W. Bennett sold a spaa of horses
for U. B. Adams, of Molalla, for 1700
a few days ago. It seems that good
horses are still In demand, though
this wss an exceptionally fine team.
The county la replacing tbe old and
worn out culverts with new ones made
of stone. This Is a practical plan and
everybody approvea tbe Idea so far
ss heard. John Hatton and Wm. Mum
power are getting out the covering for
these culverts at Bakers Bridge.
This atone -4a especially suitable be
cause It la strong and hard and splits
well one way. Some day we hope to
see a rock crusher out here for we
have the beat rock In the county for
the purpose and John Hatton haa rock
enough to cover all the roads In the
county and still some for adjoining
Arthur Cliff expects to commence on
his bungalow again as soon as all dan
ger of frost Is over. Cliff is, at prea
eut, shearing goats for A. R- Smith.
We have been told that D. T. White
man may be given another mail route
Instead of No. 2. We will be aorry to
lose blm, because be has been an
obliging and painstaking carrier, but
If he Is to pront by the change we
wish him good luck.
The oil well still goes, down apace
and all have hopes that oil will be
.found In abundance.
Juat think of lt, if oil is found in
abundance, the Ogle mine proving to
be Kood. and a new railroad to Molalla
what U the matter with old Clacka
Molalla came over and played 8hu-
bel on the Shubel diamond Sunday.
The score was 5 to 1 in favor of Mo
lalla. . ,
Geo. Schmidt and G. A. Shubel have
gone to Portland where they have
been called as Jurymen in ine eaerai
Mrs. E. W, HornachuU eelebratea
her birthday anniversary, aunaay.
Many relatives being present.
Mr. and Mrs. Bteiner. or uregon
City, were out Sinday to take a look
at the old home once again.
fhria Hornschuh haa sold nis rarm
to a Mr. Swope from Wisconsin. While
we much regret to lose Mr. Hornscnun
it Is no doubt best for them to quit
farming. We welcome Mr. Swope and
family to our midst.
Jake Grossmlller, or romana, wan
up from Portland Sunday.
E. F. Ginther weni 10 urejuu v-n
Monday to act as Juryman at the pres
ent session of court.
rwr rtenaon and family, or ixigan,
spent Sunday with her parents, Mr.
nt Mra nodfred Moehnke.
Ed Schmidt visited with It. liinmer
and family last Sunday afternoon.
Th. teacher and pupua are prepar
ing for an entertainment to be given
the last day of school.
Mr and Mrs . Elmer swope viaueu
with Robert Ginther and family one
evening the past week.
Mr. Ruthford came down to Clarkes
with hla wood saw. He is going
saw wood for Mr. Marshall.
Mr.'Palmatree moved from Mr. mc-
Fee's place to old man tummm.
house. He la intending to worn in mo
saw mill. .
Mr. Nicholas and ramiiy spem. ouu-
day with her parents.
Marie Henton came uumn
Washington on Sunday and left on
Friday for Washington.
Sam Elmer was tn town on iu;
of last week. ...
Mr. Haag butchered nogs u '
Puti assisted him.
V. Bohlander bought six nogs irum
Mr. Bottemlller lam ween.
Charlie Marshall hurt nis arm.
was thrown off a horse.
Mr. Bottemlller is hauling mn'
and getting ready to plant potatoes.
Mr. Haag was in town
Mr. Sullivan went to town and got
a load of powder last week.
geirrsj 1Ib ft C fc
When you give an order
at this store you can absolutely rest
assured that the order will be filled
with positive ftdelty. No substitution of careless-
We are paid to please yotf.
You receive the greatest attention when the order Is
given. It Is filled correctly and delivered to the min
ute. Courtesy and painstaking care form a large part
of our business success and you may be sure WE
KNOW you appreciate that kind of treatment.
Send us a trial order today and let
us show that we know how to please
you and retain your custom.
A few specials this week -quality inevcrything
Walla Walla Aaparagua, New
ripe Tomatoes, Hot House Let
Fsncy Dry Peaches S pounds for
25c Sultana Raisins S pounds
for 26c Dry White Flga 10o a
.. .. '-' .
9th and Main Ss.
Oregon City, Ore.
Easter Sunday was observed in most
of the churches. A special u
"I .. ,oU in the Evangelical
IVlVtJ Wean aaa . . .
church. Rev. E. Radebaugh pastor, of-
Mrl'tnd Mrs. Wever entertained
Mrs. Wever's brother. Charles Bretel.
and family, of Portland, at dinner Sun
day evening, . wtth
Mrs. Ella Mapie i " . , '
her sister. Mrs. unzzeii, " - -weeks
Claud Grlzzeii nas reiu.u
from Texas, after several years i ar
" . ... .i oi-tnanentlV.
sence ana win i.-.- , - .
Mr. and Mrs. vannam,
""' . . . - a.AH V. in OA tnPV
i MA.rA infft i ni'ir Ltui u --'
have Just built on the river bank.
naJ.e J. ,f t.ov Beddaway. of
dance Saturday evening. April 22.
Mrs. H. Mullen spent Wednesday in
The Guards of Linden Circle, Wom
en of Woodcraft, are drilling and pre-,
paring for the team work they are to
put on In Portland some time in June.
Tbe pupils of Miss Young gave her
a surprise party last Thursday, ah
present enjoyed the evening with
games and music.
Mrs. Ennla and Mlsa Robbln Shaw
were Portland visitors Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Thresher were in Port
land Tuesday on business.
Mra. Raddaway. of Portland, spent
Wednesday with Mrs. Elklns and family.
Rev. Thomas J. Elkln. a retired Bap
tist preaeher, living at 626 Tenlno ave
nue, Sellwood, died at 10 last night of
heart disease. He had been in ill
health since coming to Portland, about
six years ago, and had been able to
serve only one pastorate in Oregon,
that at Gresham. Born In England 62
years age, be came to America wnn
his parents when a boy, and on being
ordained a minister occupied pupits
tn Indiana. Kansas, Iowa and Nebras
ka. Hfls survived by a widow and
four children, all residents of thla city.
Tha funeral will take place at the Sell-
wood Baptist church at 2 o clock tomorrow-
afternoon, and will be under
the auspices of Sellwood Lodge, No.
131, A. P. and A. M., of which Mr.
Elkln was a charter member. He was
a member of Washington Chapter, No.
18. Royal Arch Masons, and Washing
ton Council, No.. 3. Royal and Select
Masters. Mr. Elklns also belonged to
City View Lodge. No. 201, I. O. O. F.,
of East Portland, and was a member
of the Golden Rule Encampment of
Odd Fellows. The Interment will be
in MUwaukie cemetery.
Wants, For Sale, Etc.
Notices under theaa claaelfied naad!na
will b Inavtrd at one cent a word, first
Insertion, half a cent additional . Inac
tions. One Inch card. It per month; half
innh rani 4A lineal tl ner month.
Cub must accompany ordar unless ona
haa an ope account with the paper. Wo
financial reeponelbllKjr for errora; where
rrora occur free corrected notice will a
printed for patron, ilnlmum chares lac
VACUUM CLEANING doner for 60
cents an hour. Call Paclfle States
WANTED To buy first class pota
toes, highest cash paid. Bigger at
Son. , "
FOR SALE . OR TRADE 280 egg
"Mandy Lee" Incubator;' good as
new. H. G. Hartshorne, Wilsonvllle,
Charles Bretell and wife, of Port
land, were Oak Grove visitors Sunday
J. h. r.raham wtth Mrs. Graham and
son. Tom. spent Sunday with Mrs.
Handmade decorations are a feature
of many of the new Imported blouse.
Those pictured here represent tbe lat
est and most artistic efforts of a great
Parisian modlitte. One of tbe blouses
Is of linen In drawn thread work, the
Mr. and Mrs. Jaca n..-.,,-- , rvpr, Mann. and
o"i.nH anent Easter Sunday " 7 '
i . ir t na fair or Kenwooa.
Reddaway e sister. ... . . d fam tpent Ea8t
ana IB1U..J. ri,n
A farewell surprise p ""-in a
y . . i.v. Wednesday ev
dtlU 11, f
Th. family will
entire surface of the blouse hnvlng the
enlng for California.
. " " .''- an a speedy
them a pleasant JUu.v,
na tor t,m""- - . -..k
threads drawn. It is heavily braided migBed by their i"eu"' " .d
both on revers nnd culTa. Tbe vest and :
collar are of enibroldfivd lawn.
The other blouse, which Is for dinner
or theater wear. In of blue and black
printed material. It U adorned witb
circular lralded ornnuients sppllqued
nnon the fabric. The neck and elbow
sleeves are Bnlsbed with point d'esprlt.
Waists Intended for wear with the
tailor mnde are elepnnt In their sim
plicity. They are made of tbe fllmslext
gnu tea end so deftly embroidered thnf
they resemble more a One work of art
than.merely a blouse to be crushed and
hidden by tbe coat.
One of the fnds of the moment Is to
wear the transparent blouse over a
handsome Irish crochet blouse, but
when this Idea Is successfully carried
out the sheerest of martjulsette or
chiffon must be used In the everwslst.
The real chic of the lout ensemble la
the effect of the heart luce througn
the One mesh of the top waist.
Pnrltsn simplicity and Puritan styles
are very fsshlounble at tbls hour, hiin-
ple lines are Inrsrinhly becoming. The
slim figure Is given a graceful tine sno
tbe stout one Is Improved.
Read the Morning Enterprise. .
A basket social la to be given at
school district No. 7. about two miles
oaaf nf Clackamas, on April 29. The
young ladles will provide well-filled
baskets of toothsome articles -and
hose In search of good cooks will hive
an opportunity of testing their ability
In a practical way. Everybody Is In-
return. . . . m ,pn. t0
All Of the ftlliwauai-
Portland to see the oiw,""
won the game. f th
of Illness. . k
Xtrs Jennie uavia la .
A L. Broke and family have moved
into their new home.
Mothers' ana leacu o
regular muniuy .
27, at me a-"w
house. . ,0,i WBa
ribs. Dr. Town.ey - ...
Errol Quartet win !
PUT UP AND FEED
When In Oregon City at
Farmer's Feed Yard
308 Main Street
Beat of Care Given All Animate or
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Stock Left With Ua.
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'W. G. DOYER
A SNAP 7-room house, four blocks
from car line In Oregon City; lots
of fruit; price $900; 1100 down, $10
per month. Same aa rent. Clyde ft
McRae. 100J Main St, Oregon City.'
FARM FOR RENT.
50 acres in high state of cultivation,
partly seeded to clover, large house,
large barn, orchard, outbuildings,
even miles southeast . of Oregon
City, 400 acres under fence. $300
.. per year. Team and wagon and lm
plementa can be bought at a reason
' able figure. B. F. Linn, 712 Polk
St, Oregon City, Oregon,' for particulars.
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR.
HARRY JONES Builder and General
Cen tractor. Estimates cheerfully
given on all classes of building
work, concrete walka and reinforced
concrete. Res. Phone Main 111.
er Sunday with Mrs. Wells' mother at
her home at Nashville station. Mrs.
Murphy's son came from me m
the family were all together.
Edward Constance returnea to m
home in Los Angeies, cai.. nn
spending two months with his aunt.
Mrs. Louis Branat.
Fred Green, of portiana, was om
Sunday looking arter nis duhu.ub
which is being raised and put on a
level with the new grade of the street
Price Brothers' base ball team of
Oregon City defeated tbe Oak Grove
team Sunday, tbe score Deiug 10 iu .
The EaRter services given by the
children of the Sunday school Sunday
morning were good and well attended.
Rev. Henry Speia gave a good talk on
the "Resurrection oi -
iir,oi it tn the children. A large
collection was given (or the Sunday
Th- seventh grade la still ahead of
the eighth grade in the apelllng con
test . ,
Two children of F. C. macKmau, vt
Courtney avenue, nave enieicu v
The children of the lower grauen
gave an entertainment last Friday at
,. xhnreh. which was well attended
v ih narenta and patrona of the
school. Much credit Is due both the
r-hera and the scholars for the ad
vancement they show at theee enter
tainments. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Armstrong were
m Portland Tuesday on business.
Several of our base nan raps went
to the opening game In Portland Tues
day, between Is Angelea. and Port
land. . .
Mr. and Mra. Hayhurst, of Portland,
were out In their auto 8unday and
took Mra. Klnsey, Mrs. Cosgriff and
children out for a drive to Oregon U ty
and surrounding country. It being a
pleasant day. , The party enjoyed the
Street Improvement Is going on in
dead earnest and the property on Cen
ter street Is Improving also.
O. D. EBY, Attorney-al-Law, Money
loaned, abstracts furnished, tana
titles examined, estates settled, gen
eral law business. Over Bank of
U'REN & SCHUEBEL, Attorneye-at-
Law, DeutBcher AdvoRat, win prac
tice in all courts, make collections
and settlements. Office In Enter
prise Bldg.. Oregon City. Oregon.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
V. R. HYDE, Abstract Office
Land titlea Investigated, conveyaif
clng, notary public
Room 7. Barclay Bldg.; Oregon City.
E. H. COOPER, For Flraj Insurance
and Real Batata. Let na handle
your properties we buy, sell and
exchange. Office In Enterprise
Bldg., Oregon City. Oregon., . . .
FREYTAO A MONET. Estate
' Dealers, have choice bargain in
farm lands, city and suburban
homes, good fruit lands and poultry
ranches. See us for good buya.
Near S. 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 tho uei
ees usually quoted for second hand or
shop-worn goods. Come In and took
around. -. ,,,.-,
Fine line of curtee and re lie. '
Patronise our advertisers.
' 8 a. m. Mr. Mattnew. .