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MORNING ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1911.
Boost The Boy-
Select for vdur boy one of
the many new spring suitswe
flre showing and he will be a
booster for our J)oy clothing
deportment, thot is our reason
for booster reductions. Save
' i . . -
urt"c1rll''Aimtrt. of Csrus, was
l0moo Cliy mi Thursday.
Special prlcj-n m millinery for Iloost
Cty. Ml"i ' (loldsrallh.
Hirry BchiM-iitMirn, of Kldorsdo, was
hi. city n 1 nursnay.
.ii.iiUv of hat a at apodal
IteML.Mliia C floldaniltb.
Ur. Welln,r." of Heaver Creek, waa
nreroo City on Tnuraoay.
nt.n and John Jones, of Mw
Ltk, w Oregon City on Thura-
K ....... r.u lid will serve dinner at
lilUmett "" Haturdsy. from II: JO
wm.m x Ihiv a. a well known
mrr, of 'ru, waa In tbla city on
hliui and Alfred Moshberser. of
tikwdo, were In tbla city on Thurs-
n mdi-d Hnndav achool union
U ! tin Friday afternoon at 3
frlock t the Presbyterian cburch.
Minna Prim advertlaea a dance for
Wt'iiill mi rtaturdsv evening, aa a
m of close to the nooater Day event.
hi kit- :
WM team of horses
rtatfSM. He me about It
IlLBWAFFORD, 8th and Main.
I ton, Wednesdsy evening at 10:30
YAthe wife of D. Guentber, of
JertaWJohn Qulncy Adaroa at wit a,
I aa Hi la la the nrst eon in me
mtr family, and there la great
toHtf over bis advent.
fm a beautiful
la Gludatone; I
them to sell.
J. L 8WAFTORD.
Tk Bobble Durna Society will give
iMKrh entertainment In Woodman
Vlloo Saturday evening, April 29. the
BttrUInment beginning at S o'clock.
ktos are aclllnit at SO cents, and re
tehnents are served free.
I want to sell
her trow'Tif e me.
Ijos want to buy
pot home see me.
J. U 8 W AFFORD.
1 (Mm hnullne- terse timbers for
m PlinlnK mill at Mountain View
roki a rearh at the corner of Main
wlTtath streets Tburaday afternoon
N the luad lumDed the right wheel
f tie wagon and stopped progress.
u ncrRtry to unload tne wagon
Wors repairs could be made.
PCOPLE POINTED OUT
Ml. If 1 l.lndahl nt WoodhurS.
ku la thli city the nrat of the week
Mm with relatives and frlenda.
Mlit Mary Mitchell ls working In
I'M Office nf ('mint Aaaeaanr J. E
Pt. for tevrriil montha.
I nuwaifj DLU1IID Aim llllv
Un.ktM r u I . i
polfht ln California, are expected
Oregon City Wood and Foci Company
F. M. BLUHM
Yosr wants supplied with any quantity of 4 foot or 16 Inch wood ds
Itvtrtd to any part of City, Prloss, reasonable.
Mlifactlon guarantssd. Phone your orders.
Horns B-110 . Cor. 6th and Center,
Hlflo Main 3602 x Oregon City.
If Wouldn't Pay
A Poor Article '
Nr a proposition of doubtful merit or honeaty for ad-rsaders,
.Uys, are DISCRIMINATING. They know valuss they know
NUIN8 things, genuine opportunities. ' '
Any article whloh ean bo told by advertising la, by that test,
000 artiels. YOU ara safe in buying a thing whloh has "stood
rs of publicity." . " " - ' '
' ' .'."
Th maker of a widely gdvsrtlssd 'article, or commodity, Is al
on trial for his buslnsss life. He esnnot shirk, nor cheapen his
ruct snd thla Is ths best possible protection for the oonsumsr.
u are SAs-K In buying advertised things It's the ' loglo of
dsys business eondltlona.-' ', ' '
to arrive In Oregon City this week.
Miss llunny Owenby baa accepted a
position with tb ytlnon A Cooke
firm and will commence her duties the
Aral of the month.
Mra. (ivorge Batdorf, of I'ortland,
waa In tbla city on Wedneaday and
vlNlted Mra. Millard Hyatt, of Wlllam
Mr. Alvlu Milt, of Waabougal,
Waah., will arrive In tbla city on Sat
urday for a visit wUh 4 alater, Mlaa
MaM Mills. '
Miaous Helen - and . Ueaiile -Daulton
will entertain at their home on the
Went glde Monday evening in honor
of Mlaa Kdlih Cheney, of Portland.
Mra. Charlea Ulubm and two child
ren, of Portland, who have been vlalt
Ing with Mrs. niuhm'spriHe,-Mr,
and Mrs. J. M. Mark, of the Weat Side,
have returned to their bome.
. Mr. Calvin Kocher, one of the well
known builneaa men of Canby, waa in
ihla rtt on hiialneaa In connection
with his father's hardware and Imple
ment bouae, rocemly eatabllHbed in
Mra A. ftravea. WllO till been Vla-
Itlng with her alater, Mra. Jamea Daw
haa rsturned to her home at
Cooka, Waah.. and waa accompanied
a far aa Portland by her niece, wiaa
. Mlaa JoaU Curran. who has been
teluphon operator for the Home Tele
phone Company for aeveral years, haa
eenta,4 twtaltlon with that Pacific
States Telephone A Telegraph Com
pany, and win commence ner auuea
with that company the Drat of the
LINEN SHOWER GIVEN.
Mra. C. H. Malaaner Entertains in
Honor of Mies Edith Cheney.
rin nf the aortal affairs of the week
waa the luncheon given by Mra. C. H.
Melaaner at her home on Seventh
street, the affair being In' honor of
Mlas Edith Cheney, whose marriage to
Mr Thntnaa Keith, of Portland. Will
be aolemnlied In thla city on April 26.
The luncheon was in tne rormji a
linen abower for the bride-to-be, and
very pretty artlclee were received by
Mlaa Cheney. The gueeta of Mra.
Melaaner were the members or me
'0111-11 Club, formerly the C.
N. S. Club. The table decorations
were of daffodils.
Present were Mrs. Hugh Hendry,
ura wilt.. Walla. Mrs. M. D. La-
tourette, Mlaa Helen Daulton, Mlaa
Deaal Daulton, Mlaa June cnarmmu,
Mtaa Kdna Caufield. Mlaa Clara Cau-
field, Mlas Edith Cheney.
Quick Returns Received. ,
ihm Mornlna En
terprise printed a elaaBlfiedl.advertlee-
ment for tne aaie ui m wui j-, 2
The pper was on the el 6
o'clock and at 8:30 two lioira and a
half later the team was sold to a
reader who aaw the advertisement for
the first time in the Morning Enter
prise. Moral: Get Into tne motoidb
Enterprise eariy in me muiu.uB.
to Advertise I
POST LENTEN PARTY
BY MRS.THE0. OSMOND
BRIDGE JS THE DIVERSION OF
THE EVENING DECORATIONS
OF WILD FLOWERS.
Iirlda; wss the main feature of a
post I-flnten party given by Mra. Theo
dore Osmond at her home on Wednes
day evening; at which 34 guests were
pruacnt. Tbo prizes Went to Mra. U
K. Jones. Mra. H. K. StralKht and Ml-s
Dolll Pratt. KefreMhmnnta w-re
aerved during the evening. The rooms
were very prettily decorated for thla
occasion In OrKon wild flowers. R-
rroHnments Were served during thwj
err in nn.
Proarnt w.re Mrs. Henry O'Malley,
Mrs. John AdHms. Mrs. J. W. Moffstt,
Mrs. J. H. Walker, Mrs. W. A. Shew,
msn. Mrs. I A. Morris. Mrs. L. E.
Jorios, Mrs. J. R. Humphreys, Mrs. H.
E. BtrolKht, Mrs. E. T. Fields, Mrs.
Alfred Osmond, of Portland; Mrs. W.
R. Ixwus, Mrs. Anna Hayes, Mra. Wal
ler Wella, Mrs. C. H. Caufiold, Mra.
E. P. Rands, Mrs. E. A. Chapman, Mrs.
O. W. Eaatham, Mrs. M. D. Ivitourette,
Mrs. C. D. Mtourette, Mrs. E. T. Avl
son, Mrs. C. H. Melssner, Mrs. Don
Meldrum, Mrs. Hush Hendry, Mrs. C.
W. Evsns, Mrs. Henry Meldrum, Mrs.
W. E. Pratt, Mra. Gertrude Lewtb
walte. Mlaa Marjorte Csuneld. MInh
(Ms Prat, Mlas iKillle Pratt, Miss Nell
Catifleld, Mlaa Marjoiie Cauflqld, Mlaa
Vedii Williams, Mlas Cora Osmond, of
Mra. George Zlegler entertained the
Ladles' Aid of the Lutheran cburch
Thursday. .Many of the ladlea of the
Aid were present, besides Mrs. Mac
tin, mother of Mra. Henry Zlegler, of
I'ortland, Mra. . Chris Zloglor and
mother, Mrs. Dental, of Duttervllle,
and Mra, Jake Yost. - All enjoyed the
afternoon and will be pleased to meet
with Mra. Zlegler again. , A number
of the entlemeif members of the
rburrh were also present. Including
Rev. A. O. White, of Sllverton. 1
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gil
bert son, a boy, April 12.
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Parmenter, April 14, a boy, and to
Mr. and Mrs. Oakesjr.11 It. & boy.
Mothers and sons all doing well.
J. J. Wurfel and ' daughter,; Irene,
went, to Portland la lheauto8atur
day. Miss Anderson went to Astoria, her
homo, on, a visit over Banter. She
returned Monday morning. .
Mr. and Mra. Wurfel and daughter,
Irene," and Mr. and Mrs. -C. O. Tull,
motored out to Will Wauera Sunday.
The basket social held In the halt
Monday evening by the United Luth
eran church wai a success, .the ladles
doing well financially,
Jim Klmsey, of McCleayv-brother
of Mrs. W. 8. Tull. Is very HI at Mrs.
Tull'B with bemmorage of thestom
ach. Mr. Klmaey's mother, also of
McCleay. Is with him.
Jim Jesse, of- Portland, visited bis
narcnta here Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs.. Perry Keebaugu and
Mr. Keebaugb'a two children left
Monday morning for Mllwsukle, where
they will locate for a-wnue.
J. A. Andrews visited bla mother
and other relatives In New berg last
Miss Llsxle Zimmerman and Miss
Clara Larson, who are employed in
Portland, and Ferdy and Freddie Rod'
by. also of Portland, called on Mlas
Hattle Irwin Sunday evening.
Grandma Quint haa fully recovered
from the grippe.
Mrs. Jas. Erlckson'a sister. Miss
Wrolstad. of Minnesota, la visiting
ber. Miss Wrolstad expects to remain
with her sister for an indefinite time.
- W.-B. Tull and .Walter HawawantiMessrs. At.J. and Ed Confer and I
to Portland Tuesdsy.
Will Tull won the flullt which was
raffled by the ladlea of. the United
Lutheran church Monday Xvenlng,
We are at a loss to know why some
neople have ao much troubleVwIth
their neighbors and the town boys.
Moral: Treat your neighbors and the
boys with respect, and they will do
the same by you.
Fred Frendlln celebrated hla 16th
birthday Saturday - by Inviting - his
many friends to spend the evening.
A merry time waa enjoyed ty ail.
Mrs. Gllbertson died Wednesday at
five 0'dock with heart trouble.
- Mr-mil Mra. Prank Daw returned
home on Monday after a week'a visit
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ger-
ber. at Logan
Harold and Jennie Pratt, of Carus,
sient Saturday at the Lodge with
their former achoolmatea at this place
Mrs. Conway and children apent
Friday with friends at Fenton.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Wilcox and chll
dren were over Sunday guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Rlcketts in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Cushlng and Mr. and
Mrs. Hancock motored out from Port'
land on Sunday and were visitors of
Mr. and Mrs. Emmons. Other callers
at the Emmons' home re Mr. Arm
strong, of Oregon City and Mr. ana
Mrs. Powers, of Meldrum,
Mrs. West, of Minnesota, who haa
spent tho paet year with her son and
family, of Dundee, Oregon, and while
enroute to her home, is spending a
few days with Meldrum friends, tho
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Gill.
Miss Maude Smith, of Oregon City,
is spending the week with Miss Mabel
Edson Downing was a business vis-
inr st th Lotlge during the weer
Th Pastime Club met at tbo home
mra HoRthman April 17. There
were 11 present, and a very pleasant
time was spent, and the hostess served
deitnlous rsfreshments. The guest of
honor wae Mrs. West, Of Minnesota.
The next regualr meeting will bo held
at tho homo of Mrs. Wm. Gardner on
Mra. T. C. Rica has rented her cosy
little cottage on AddIO street to Mr.
and Mrs. Varney, and Mra. Rice ex
pects to make her home at present
In Newberg. Mrs. Rico haa many
friends who regret very much thit she
has decided to leave this place, but
the best of wishes go with her to her
Mr. and Mrs. Booth, and baby Dor
othy are pleaaantly located at Rock
Lodge, on th. banks of the WIHm
otter The Booth family were formerly
from California. , A
"a number of our people enjoyed
Faster services. Bt the Portland
chuche. Rev. Morris Heverllng
preached a beautiful Easter sermon
it the Chapel at this place. It Is In
deed great credit to tha Lodge poo-
p'e to bo able to bear such delightful
sermons aa Rev. Heverllng preaches
from tlmo to time. In the evening
a program, consisting of song service,
Scripture reading, prayer and a reci
tation by Doris palnton and dialogue
by Ullln and Frances Bandstrom.
recitations by Fred Bandstrom, ,Etta
Strain and Mary Jane Palnton;
"What the Llllies Ssy," y Bessie
Roberts, Lillian Bandstrom, Doris
Pulnton and Ruth Truscott; Duet by
Helen Palnton, and Mable Bladen; ex
ercises by Frsnk Jones, Harry Bladen,
Newton Strain, Clyde Jonea, Arthur
Roberts and Donald McKarlane, and
a reading by Miss Leah man; song by
the little folks. Tbo chapul decora
tions were of 111 lies and ferns, and
was comfortably filled at the evening
Mr. Alex Gill commenced making
brick at bis yards on Saturday, and
expects to make a larger number
than during previous reasons.
The P. D. Newell family are enjoy
ing a visit from Mr. and Mrs. Watson
and children, of Seaside, and Mra.
Crlss, of Rlverview, California.
Mr. Geo. Morse left on Wedneaday
for Yamhill and Tillamook.
Parties were out looking for a de
sirable location for a store building
at this place.
Wilson Miller, of Portland, spent
Sunday with the T. J. Spooner family.
Mr. Umbdonstock, who recently pur
chased the McClure property, has a
lurxo force of men building a modern
snd pretty bungalow.
Mr. James Welch has been making
some decided improvements on bis
place, a new room being added, and
a well also being drilled. . ...
O. A. Vanhoy built a new walk
around hla house last week.
Mrs. O. 8.. Martin, of Madras, and
three children arrived here Wednes
day evening of last week to visit with
Mrs. A. 8. Martin. She will go out
to Highland and visit with ber par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Maxson. .
-The -men's business club of Moun
tain. View will meet In the firemen's
b.all Tuesdsy evening. .
ilrs. j. Gorbett is on the sick list.
KlTe Is out visiting ., relatives and
friends In Colton thla week, and will
get the mountain breete.-
Mra. J. Everhart, of Molalla, apent
the past week among relatives and
fiiendsher and returned home Tues
day. - J
Friday evening of laat week, caused'' .
by-the marriage of Mrs Ida Cooper
to Frank Vorheis, on Thursday even
ing, April' IS, by Rev. 8- A. Haywonh.
George Carrigan, of "Rainier, apent
a few dnya here last weeic wun nis
sister, Mrs. Mnn
ing businesa college tn roruana. was.
the guest of Mrs. George JS.verhart
Mr. and Mrs. John Baker, of Beaver
Creek-, were the guests of Mrs. R. M.
C. Brown and family Monday. -
Mlsa Mabel Francis wss on the sick
list Tuesdsy and Miss Ruby Francis
took charge of her school at Mount
Mra. W G. Hall and Mrs. J..Ever
hast. spent last week, Friday and Sat
urday, -at Rockwood, aasistlng Mr.
Everhart in the store.
O. A. Vanhoy haa gone.to Golden-
,i. i .i.it ki. ri.n.hter and will
dale to visit hla daughter and will
go out to the ranch to see hla son
Mr. Buibe and family, of the West
Side, have moved Into Mra. 8. Haun's
bouse on Roosevelt street. .
' Mra. Brayton, of Parkplace, Is the
guest of Mrs. A. MauU. .
Mrs. A. O. Hickman made a trip' to
Maple Lan. Grange was well rep
resented at the Pomona at Parkplace
laat week, aa there were alx from
her and aeven from Maple Lane pres
ent. E. D. Barto had relatives arrive
Sunday from the East They expect
to locate here.
Miss Gertrude Schwack is staying
with Mrs. Vanhoy during Mr; Van
hov'a absence In Washington.'
J. M. Gtllett are doing concrete work
In tho cemetery.
There waa a large attendance at tho
Mountain View Sunday achool on laat
Sunday . to hear Rev. Proctor. He
gay an Easter sermon which waa en
Joyed by all. "He baa promised to
come again In the-near future to talk
to the boys on the "Scout" organiza
tion. The Primitive Baptists will hold ser
vlces at the Mountain View Church
again Saturday afternoon and Sunday
The funeral of J. P. Alllaon will be
preached Sunday morning.
Everybody will be in Oregon City
next Saturday to take In the sights.
The achool children observed arbor
day with appropriate exerclsea last
Friday afternoon by planting treea and
flowers to adorn the achool grounds,
which will add much to the appear
L. L. Boylan and family were guests
of Mrs. Martin, of Oregon City, Sun
day. Mr. Scheer has old his home to
parties from Castle Rock. Washington,
snd they expect to be with ua soon.
We welcome our new neighbors into
Mr. Charles Snooks, of Vancouver,
waa here over-Sunday, visiting with
his parenta, Mr. and Mrs. huooks.
Mr and Mrs "Geo. Schrelner'a rela-
Reil wood were dinner
...aa.a taat Rundav at their home,
Thomss Kelland had the misfortune
tn Inaa a very VS UBDIO norso inai
August Stuckl passed away on Eas
ter Sunday at S P. M. at the Good
Samaritan Hospital. Portland, after
operation for appendi
cltls. His father and mother and two
brothere were with him to conuur.
him in his Buffering. The body was
PUT UP AND FEED
Whsn In Oregon City at
Farmer's Feed Yard
308 Main Strost
Bsst of Care Given All Animals er
Stock Loft With Ua.
W. G. DOYCR
taken to bis homo at Flrwood Mondsy
evening. Funeral services were held
st tho house at one o'clock and at tho
grave at Sandy at three o'clock, on
Wednesdsy, April 19. August Stuckl
was born August 2nd, 1885, native of
Hlnlvell, Switzerland, came to Amer
ica In 1803 and bas resided at Fir
wood ever since. He leaves a father,
mother and two brothers Gustavo
and God fried three sisters Ida, Ber
tha and Mrs. Annie Lemper all 11 v
4ng at Flrwood. Ho also leaves many
friends, as he was beloved by all who
knew him, being a young man of good
character, having no bad habits.. In
dustrious, and a higher, unawrsund
ing of spirituality thsn Is ' common
among young men.'
Miss Jennie LeGrande left Monday
for Newberg, Oregon, where she ex
pects to visit for a coupje of weeks
Fred LeGrande left for Canada, where
bla people live.
Ray Howe and Jack Lawless re
turned from Eastern Oregon last week
snd seem glad to get back to Flrwood.
The Easter program given by the
children was enjoyed by all.
A large crowd listened to the lec
ture given bv, W. J. Wirtx, Sunday
afternoon. The subject wss "Fear."
A very good subject, snd a better talk
eould not have been wished for.' The
Flrwood people certainly appreciate
Mr. Wlrtz's talks, and feel greatly
benefitted by them. He will lecture
again in two weeks, April 30.
Mr. I. T. Hart, of Pleasenton, Neb.,
Is visiting friends and relatives lu
The Crystal theatre will put on light
vaudeville for Thursday night of this
week from their Portland moving pic
ture concern, the "Empire," on lower
Mr. Brady and family left Wednes
day night- on the steamer Roanoke,
bound for California. They expect to
return to Oregon, however, after a
prolonged visit with relatives there.
Druggist Hanson, Geo. Taylor and
Frank Wlnsenreld were among the
fana who visited the ball game Tues
day. Jlramle Mathews, our barbeTTj
will attend Thursday. He Is an en
tbuslsst of no mean order,' and will
bet anything from a needle td an an
chor on the results. He also has a
bad Canadian quarter he is filling to
wager on the game.
TheCatbollcs will build a church
and school on the property recently
purcbssed of the Lewelllng estate,
A wireless from- Lydia Bottemtiier
and Miss Ganlard announces that they
were having a grand time at Santa
Barbara, (on-the 15th and 10th) the
paradise of California. They expect
to visit Tla Juana and, go. over the
border line into Mexico, and have tne
novoky of dlspatchlng-Mexican,. post
- - - - " - ,r- , nMIpnn
"J I v I . . . . -Ti n
1 1 J as uvhw uw "'" gw- ,
get tbem. . "
Miss Hattle Hutchinson, who Is en
gaged at work In Portland, spent Sun
day with her mother, of thla place, i
. Miss Hattle Bents, of Aurora, waa
a visitor ofMrs. C. C. Hutchinson's
Misses Hattle Myers and Fay Va
heer. of Portland, apent Sunday with
Miss Myers' mother In thls place.
Mlas Anna Krueger. of Portland, is
home with the mumps. She came
home Friday last.
Rev. O. C. Love, of Portland, spent
one day last week with Mr. and Mrs.
H. A. Lee.
Relatives of the Rider family are
here from the East visiting with them.
The children of Ellas E. Mott are
here on account of his sickness. Mr,
Mott is very weak, but Is Improving
Mrs. 8amuel Rider has gone to Spo
kane to. reside with her daughter,
Mrs. Elvlna Saltmarsh has started
the erection of a new dwelling on one
of her lota on the aouth aide of town
it la to he a modern bungalow.
'.Warren Lee'a family all have the
The Ladles' Aid met with Mrs. Kari
TCeToAn on Tnesda
W. II. Lucke'e house, in process of
construction, is showing up fine. The
chimney for the fireplace is almost
There are several buildings being
erected at present. One an auto gar-
age 50x40, being erected by White and
Scheer. Another a feed atable 6x115,
he In a- erected by Mr. 8trubhar. and a
lumber warehouse 32x100, being erec-
tt kt Jas. Adklns ana w. h. L.ucse,
Rev. C. L. Creesy waa at 8alem on
Monday of this week.
Wants, For Sale, Etc
NotlcM under thee claaalflad tiMdtnsa
will be lnaafa at ons c-ni a wore, "
Ina-rtlon. half a eent addltlooal tar
tlona. One Inch card. It r month; halt
Inch card. (4 lines) l per month.
Caah must accompany ordar unless on
has an open account with ths papsr. No
financial reapon.lbllltjr for error.; wher.
rrors occur free corrected notice will b
nrlnted for natron. Minimum chares lie
VACUUM CLEANING done for BO
cents an hour. Call Pacific SUtes
WANTED To buy first class pota
toes, highest cash paid. Bigger A
Son. ' .
WANTED Girl, experienced choco
late dipper. Inquire 703 Main Street.
MEN AND WOMEN SOUCITORS
wanted. Big money. Salary basis.
Call Electrlo Hotel Thursday after
B a. m. Mr. Matthew.
WANTED You to know that we, buy
all kinds of Curios, that we are in
the market for second hand Furni
ture and Tools. We also have a
good assortment of second hand
Furniture and Tools on hand for
aale to those In need. Come and
sea: nerhftDS we have Just what you
want. Indian Curios and trinkets
for Bale cheap; some that are very
unique and also very rare. GEORGE
YOUNG, Main near nun street.
FOR SALE OR TRADE 280 egg
"Mandy Lee" Incubator, good as
new. H. O. Hartshorne, Wilsonvllle.
TWO CORNER LOTS 14th and Center
streets, one diock irom car -nun,
good seven room house, all modern
Improvements; barn and chicken
run. Price $3600; terms. .Clyde A
McRae, 1003 Main Street
WARM FOR RENT.
60 acree In high state of cultivation,
partly seeded to clover, large nounw,
large barn, orchard, outbulldlnga,
When yots give an ot&zt
at this store you can absolutely rest
assured that the order will be filled
with positive ftielty. No substitution or careless-
We are paid to
You receive the greatest attention when the order la
given. It Is filled correctly and delivered to' the, min
ute. Courtesy and painstaking care form a largo part
of our business success and you may bo euro 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
Walla Walla Asparagus, Nsw
ripe Tomatoes, Hot House Let
tuce. . ;
9ih and Main Sts.
seven miles southeast of Oregon
City, 400 acres under fence. $300
per year. Team and wagon and im
plements can be bought at a reason
able figure.' B. F. Linn, 712 Polk
8L, Oregon City, Oregon, for par
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR.
HARRY JONES Builder and General
Contractor. Estimates . cheerfully
given on all claases of building
work, concrete walks and reinforced
concrete. Rea. Phone Mala HL
O. D. EBT. Attorney-at-Law, Money
loaned, abstracts furnished, land
titles examined, estates settled, gen
eral law business. Over Bank of
U'REN SCHUEBEL, Attorneys-at-'
Law, Deutacher Advokat, will prac
tice In all courts, make collections
'and settlements. Office in Enter
prise Bldg Oregon Cltv. Oregon.
FRETTAO MONET, Real Estate
Dealers, 'have choice bargalna In
farm lands, city and suburban
good fruit lands And, poultry
ranches. Bee us for good buys.'
Near S. P. depot.
SECOND HAND FURNITURE.
NEW STORE. NEW G00D8.
When I moved Into my new atdrs
I put In a nice Ime of NEW FURNI
TURE, which I am selling at ths pri
ces usually quoted for second hand or
Reel Fffeel Fs?ee
THIS ELEGANT LARGE SIZE ROCKER
Will be given away to all oar customer trading at our store and
paying caah. With every 10c purchase we give one purple trad
ing stamp. Such stamps so obtained are to be pasted in the blank
squares on the pages of a book. When all are covered, bring the
book to our store and select from our assortment of premiums the
article yon like best. It becomes yours absolutely free of charge.
This Rocker exactly like picture is worth si dollars and will be
given away for two books. This is only one of the values we ara
giving away, and you are invited to inspect them all. ,..t. ..
FRANK BUSCH SSS'
Furniture and Hardware
-quality in everything
Fsncy Dry Peaches S pounds for.
25c Sultana Raisins S pounds
for 25c Dry White Figs 100
Oregon City, Ore.
shop-worn goods. Come In and look
Fine line of curies and rollee. -
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
V. R. HYDE, Abstract Office
Land titles Investigated, conveyan
cing, notary public -
in i iw vvi H avn ui
Room 7, Barclay Bldg Oregon City.
E. H. COOPER, For Fire Insurance
and Real Estate. Let us handle
your properties we buy, sell and
exchange. Office in Enterprise
Bldg., Oregon City. Oregon.
DR. NEHRBAS PAYS HIS.
Other Slaners of the Note Want Him
to Pay All of It.
The suit of Mervin and Dove againai
Dr. H. R. Nebxbas, of thla city, went
to the Jsry Thursday night. The three
men signed a several note for $1000,
and Nebrbas insisted that the Instru
ment was a joint note and paid one-
The contention of Merwln and Dove
is that Nehrbaa is liable tor the face
of the note, upon which they were
only sureties, and they were compelled
to pay the balance of $636.
Postmsster at Hubbard.
WASHINGTON, D. C. April 20.
Lawrence M. Scholl-waa today ap
pointed postmaster at Hubbard.