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la noticing tne Dcauiiiai
prioi suit, ana rtend- vsi.t, .ntf blouse.
0ur north window. While these are only a very
ltyt of the many pattern, we carry, it will tiv'e you an
iia of the fine quality and style, we handle. Brinf
. bov here to fill all hi. want..
Suits $2.50 to $10.00 ;
BAT, BALL AHD CLOVI FREI WITH EVERY SUIT
kxoii, f Eagle Creek, waa In
m Popular Hula at I'opuUr Pricee,
Hut C. f.Joldi'mltn'a.
Sr. it, of Heaver Creek, was In
Herman Siniin. or i arua, wag in
HH alty on Tburaday.
flllUm J "i"'. of Heaver Creek,
M la lhl Hty ' Wedneaday.
yr, Ms""''1""'' "f Shubel, waa in
pit cltf Thursday.
N Novelties n Millinery ovary
fer al alia (' Ooldamltb's.
William Hiiinr, of Cams, wna In
IH, cKy " Wednesday.
Mr. Jiiliii? Moahberger and (wo
u, it lii thla rliy on Tburaday.
Sr. Frederick, of Molalla, was In
Ofoa CHy on Wedneaday. -
tod Kaiii'"'th, of Reaver Craak,
tu In tbla ' "r (,n Wedneaday.
Mr" and Mix. Ilcorga Curbaaon, of
gkubl, were hi ihia ruy tm wednee
far. Albert 8 li'M'iilxirn, of Carua, mada
limine 1 1 1 1 to thla city on Wad
toy 81'IkIii. of I'ortland, who, baa
wi vltltlDK "I'h frtenda In tbla rtly
In returned in hla home.
Sr. Lake and Charles Caato, of
Circa, I" 'IiIm rlty yeaterday on
Mr. Al Si hoenborn and ' Mra.
Tboai McCarthy, of Carua, were In
Ortfua fit) mi Tburaday.
Sr. and Mix. Calvin KocTter and
Unit dauhtT. of Canby, were In thla
dty oa Thiirx'tiiy.
Anong I Iw Oregon City bualneaa
tliiton of Wdnesday were Mr. Hurat
4 Clsrrnrr Mallalt. of I'alon Mill.
SM Lii" Strohmeyer, of Port-
laod. la vlaitinr wlib Iter parenu, Mr.
M4 Sri tiiinlimnyar, of tbla city.
T. Cimret. nf Heaver Creek, waa In
illi city u ii hualnraa trip Wednea
7. Sr. mil Mm. Kdward Howard anil
m, dtr-il -Halphwere lnbll
Wj jrrttrrdiiy ,
write IiiiIiiihii. of Braver Creek.
m la thin rlty on Wedneaday, hav
U Wouithi lii- a load of oata. .
Joseph Htudeman aiid hla aiater.
Im gtuiiemun. of BbubaL wre vlai
mi with friends In thla rlty on Wed
Ti X l t lub of Gladatone. will
aits lam men Inn of the year at
Gliditvni' Mi boolhouae on Friday
iHs-aoon t 1 :io o'clock.
In. IhotnUxiirdTi-ft tonight for
I Aogfli'H, tel., to apand about four
to the person guessing the
nearest to the total number
of inches of display advertis
ing that will appear in Satur
day Mornings Enterprise.
We will give a check for $25; to the five guess
ing the next nearest count $ 1 0 each; to the ten
guessing the next nearest count $5 each.
All checks to be applied on purchase of
three new Southern Pacific Towns of
Mt. HEBORNE, CAL.
Use This Coupon either by mail or
The Consolidated ThreTownCo.
Gentlemen: ' , k
I got that the' total
Bomber of Inches of. display adver
tlsiDg that will appear in Satorday
Morntngi Enterprise will be
assortment of boy'
TJtt 7,'"",n" br Mra
i. M,1 "?d Mr, ,,ow'd Latourette.of
I'ortland. were In thla city on Tburs-
Mra. M. U Latourette.
Known larraera of f.rn. i ..
city tranaactlim bualneaa on Tbura-
Mra. JKar. of thla rlty. who haV
been vUltlnK e the home of her aon
rank JaKRar, of Carua. hat returned
to hr home In tbla city,
CJua Hchuebel, una of the prominent
farinera of Hhuhi.l i.. .....
Jj!,r,,"J' " while her vlalted
wi.h dim oroint;. HchiietMfl.
Attorney' Kred J. Melndl. of Port
land, waa In thla i-ttv . i..i
yeaterday. and whlla In tbla city waa
the Kiieat of hla rothr-ln law, Mar
hall J. Uaella.
W. W. Rvcrhirl cma r.r
luant renl.lciltg of Mnlalla nj
tary of the (lerman llorae Company
at Molalla, waa In thla city on Tbura
day. Mra. Ilurlburt, of (lladatone, haa
(one to Nebraaka. where aba will
vlalt tbrt month. Nebraaka la Mra.
Iltirlliurt'a former home atate, and
ane win viait Hh relatlvea there.
For Rule on Wmi bit
XV Iota, Rood houae, bam, lota of
fruit; aplendld view, for only 11500,
caah, balance teruia. Bee ma about It
J. L. 8WAFKOJID,
Cor. 8th A Main. Orejon City.
Hev. and Mra. William Proctor and
little datiKhter,. after vialtlnK for a
week at. the holiie of Mr. and Mra.
John McOetchle. of Gladatone, bave
lft thla city the firm of the week.
Rev. proctor point; to Koreat Grove to
commcne hla dutle, while Mra. Proc
tor and dauRhter will vlalt In Walla
Fred Waahburn and dauRhter, D
lorea. of Portland, who have been tbe
RU)ata of Mr. and Mra. Henry Henn
InRaen. have returned to their home.
Mlaa Waahlmrii altaiuivh
alrl. Ih ib anriiiiinliahMt l,w.iiii,.ni
of PorUaniL and-JictJoclULtlini. rsn
ai ma auniveraary or the IM-Rree of
Pocobontaa at the Knapp bull 0.1
Wedneaday were Rreatly appreclat.
Prlea Broa. Play Overlanda Sunday.
The Price Itroa. baseball Mrretja
tlon will go agalnat tbe Overlanda of
Portland neat Sunday at Canemah
Park. A hot game la expected.
Barnard Kllgel to Wad Mlaa Thoma.
Urenue to wed waa raaued Tbura
day to TbeoblaU Tbonia and Bernard
CONTEST CLOSES FRIDAY EVENING
May 5th at 9:30 P. M.
No person connected with The Enter
prise or the Consolidated Three Town
Co. allowed fo compete In this contest.
Present Your Coupon at this
office in person or by mail.
J. . . . ' .. , . -
. . 3 ' ' Aal ' . .
Temporary office 506 Main St.
MORNING ENTEUPniOE, FRIDAY, MAY
VAID EJUS IM
OOVKBNOH WIST TO SET
ackh asi6e as PResenvc '
rOH WILD CAME,
HUNTING WILL NOT BE AUOWED
Game B.fug. Will Educate Farmara
and Lead to Forming of Othara
In Different parte of
PORTLAND, Or., May .-(8peclal)
Wild blrda will have a refuge about
the etato capital, A prearva Includ-
1 liifj about 15,000 anrea will be aet aalda
lire huntcra will not be allowed and
thla protection will become effective
l.nda aiirroundlng the atate Inatl
tutlona will be Included In tbe pre
aerve by Governor Weat. The law on
tbla aubject, paaa;d by the laat aea
alon of the LeRlalature, provide thut
the atufe game warden may emer In
to contracte with land ownura to have
their farma Included. Hunting there
on may be punlabcd with a jail aen-t-nc
aa well aa a One.
Thla V rt-xarded the moat-lm,
(Hirtaut atep ever taken for the pro
tection of wild Hunt In Oregon. It
la expected that thouaaoda of blrda
will be ralacd on theae landa and that
a few yeara they will apread all over
the Willamette Valley, Increasing
very Urgely the preacnt feathered
William L. Flnley, prcaldent of the
Oregon Audubon Society, haa . been
active In aecurlng the eatabllNhment
of tbla game refuge. He Lellevet that
education of the furmera and land
owners will accompllah uiore In tbla
direction than mere legislation. He
hopea later to establish similar pre
serves In other pans of the atate
where the as me objecta will be ac
complished. A big one near Rose
burg l already projected, where a
large bind owner haa offered to aid
the plan. ;
Mr. Flnley heads the Board ot
Game and Fish Commissioners. Other
members named by the governor are:
M. J. Kenney, Portland; C. F. Stone,
Klumatb Falls, and C. K. Cranston,
Pendleton. Theae four will aelect a
fifth member to complete the board.
.SURPRISE AT CANEMAH..
Young People Gather at Smith Home
and Oanca In Nearby Hall.
Loula Smith, of Canemah, waa tbe
recipient of a Buriyiae party on Tuea
day evening at tbe home of bia par
entat Mr.-and Mra. P. ir.'BtnlthrtBC
nlversary. The Smith home waa pret
tily decorated with carnations, fern a
and dogwood blossoms. The young
man, In whose honor tbe affair wis
given, waa presented with manyglfta.
One of the featurea of the evenlng'a
entertainment waa the danclg enjoy
ed In Stokea ball nearby, and Ice
cream and cake wero served at the
Smith home. About 63 were In at
tendance, and all bad a moat enjoy
Present werefMlse Bunny Owen
by, Misa Ada Froat, Mlaa Mayme
contracts f or- otir I
at oar office
Umg. Mlaa) Ruth Hedgea, Mlaa Beryl
Long. Mlaa Kvelyn Hedgea, Mlaa Mln.
nie Klemaen, Mlaa Martha Meyers,
miss Kveiyo liotacnu, Mlaa Verna
Meade, Mlaa Jennie Bchatj, Mlaa Rata
Carotbara, Mlaa Cora Smith, Mlaa
Rena May, Mlaa Ella White. Mlaa
Helen Smith, Oliver Froat, Alfred
Klemaen, Eddie Vonderabo, William
R. Stokes, Tom Lindsay, El boo Long,
Pet Long, Arch Long, Dick Long,
Fred Freeman, Beldon Oanong, Erpeei
Young, Rhea Cole, Harry White, La
Vern Marshall, Oscar Smith, Edgar
Nuttal), Raymond Critzer, LouU
Smith, Edward Smith. Carnott' Smith,
Milton Smith, Mrs. Cbarlea Spencer,
Mra. Jl. Templet on, Mra. Anna Mar
shall, Mr. and Mra. Earl Smith, Mr.
and Mra. Duncan Shank,. Mr. and Mra.
Clayton White, Mr. and Mra. Samuel
Stevens, Mr. and Mra. P. H. Smith.-
Flrat Annlv.raary Ja Occaalon for
- BHIIIant Display.
On. Wedneaday evening the Degree
of Pocohontaa celebrated the anniver
sary of Ita organization In thla city,
which waa one year ago on Wednea
day evening. One of the features of
tbe evening waa the Initiatory work
being put on In their new robes, which
are beautifully braided, beaded and
fringed, and preae tiled a very attrac
tive appearance. The bead gear were
of bright colored fcatbera faatened to
On tbe floor were attractive Indian
mate, tepeea constructed of bright
colored blankets, and the electrollera
were ahaded In red crepe paper. The
ceremony waa very Impressive. Huge
American flags were used to good ad
vantage among tbe decorationa. Three
candidates were Initiated Into the mya
terlea of tbe order, and twelve ap
plications for membership were filed.
There are at preaent 70 members be
longing to the Degree of Pocohontaa.
and during the past few. months the
membership haa grown ' conaldera
bly. The affair waa held at Knapp'a Hall,
and following the regular routlojjof
uuBiiiess toe rouowing program waa
given: Duet, Mra. Irvln Rau and Mlaa
Clara Dcutte; recitation. Miss Alta
Curt la; Piano aole,' John Flnucane;
recitation. Mlaa Delorea Waahburn,
of Portland; aong, Aletha Cross; rec
itation, Clara Nobel; piano solo, Lit
tle Mlaa Jeremiah; violin nolo, Helen
Surlier, accompanied by Rose Justfn;
club swinging. Miss Zimmerman;
violin solo, George Randall, bf New
Era; reading, Miss Myers; piano
solo, Mlaa Green, of Portland ; ad
dreas, W. L Little, great United
Statea representative of the Improved
Order of Red Men. Supper waa aerved
after the program, and thla waa fol
lowed by dancing until a late hour,
the mualc being furnished by John
Flnucane and Mlaa Myers. '
The committee In charge of thla
entertainment consisted of .Mra- Henry
Hnnlngsen. Mra. Sophia , Phillips,
Mrs. .Walter Symes, Mra. Jessie
Uurna, Mrs. Mike Gross, Mra. Dora
Hamilton, Mra. Richard Bittner, Mrs.
Laura Simpson. '
'-TMe-FACtS-ON MAIN STREET.
Herman Burgoyne Opens Beautiful
Delicatessen -Here Thla Week.
.'-"Th? Falls," one of the moat at
tractive and up-to-date confectionery
atorea In the coutry, waa opened to
the public laat night, and aa a delica
tessen la In connection, the dining
room waa filled with patrons at the
noon hour on Thursday. The confec
tionery la In the Cole building near
the auapenaio bridge, and its proprie
tor la Herman Burgoyne, a Clackamas
County boy, whose home haa recently
been In Portland, where ha Is pro
prletor of the Burgoyne. rooming
bouse, one of the leading houses of
The Interior of "The Falla" la fin
ished In mission furniture, and tinting
of the walla and celling correspond.
The aoda fountain, which la one of
the moat attractive and up-to-date la
ornamented with 15 electric Ughta,
and the latest automatic glass washer
Is found In connection. At the rear
la a large plate glass, and on each
aide are electric lights. At the rear
of the room la another large mirror.
Electric light flxturea of beautiful de
sign are to be found on each aide aa
well aa In the center of the room.
At tbe rear of thla rom la the kitch
en, and on the lower floor la the candy
work room, where all of the candiea
aold bv Mr. Burgoyne are made, the
confectioner being Herbert Brown, of
Mediord, who recently arrived In thla
city. One of the latest Ice cream
freezera haa Just been Installed on
During the wonthaf May June, Juljr,
August and September, on datea
ahown below, the
will aell round trip ticketa from
Oregon City Via Portland
Council Bluff 60.10
Omaha ; 60.50
Kansas City 60.50
8t. Joeeph 60.50
st Paul ;..:".".: easo
8t Paul, via Council Bluffa .... 64.40
Minnaapolla, direct 60.50
Mlnnaapol a, v a Counc I Bluffa 64.40
New York 109.00
St. Loula 70.50
Waehlnoton, D. C 108.00
May 16, 17, 18, 19, 22, 23v 24, 25, 27, 28
and 29. .
June 6, 7, 9, 10 12, 16, 17, 21, 22, 28, 29,
July 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 19, 20, 26 27 and
Auguat 3, 4, 5, 14 15, 16, 17, Si; 22, 23,
28, 29 and 30.
September 1, 2, 4, 5, a d 7.
Stop-overa within liraite In either di
rection. Final return limit .
For farts one way through California
Inquire of any Southern Pacific
, agent, or write to
Ganeral paaaangar Agent
. Portland, Oregon..
thlar soor. whUh to operated by elec
tricity, and going at a tremendous
speed. A earbonator haa aJao bean
purchased by the proprietor, thla to
be used in making hla sodas. Many
of the people of thla city taitad tbla
bualneaa house on the opening night
'GRAND JURY GOES SLOW.
PORTLAND. May 4. The grand
jury la proceeding slowly with tbe
police graft Inveatlgatlona. Monday
will be devoted to hearing evidence
from wltneaaes who have been deni
zens of the underworld.
The following are the real estate
tranafera that have been filed In the
o'z&ce of the county recorder;
Mary Emma Moore and John A.
Moore, Agnea Alice Mllln. Clara May
and L. L Plckena to Emma McDon
ald, part of 1 to S ot block 29. Oregon
M. J. Lee, trustee. 3. Lee and
Bertha E. Lee, to T. J. and L. A.
Brandea, north half of lota 7 and 8.
block 2, Canby; $1500.
J. A. and Lillian Cobb. F. S. and
Dalay Dillingham to T. J. and L. A.
Brandea, aouth-half of lota 7 and 8
of block 2, Canby; $1800.
John O. and Charlotte Roth to
Katherlne A. Rltter, lot 7 of block 2.
Canby; $200. " i. .
John E. Edgren and Amanda Edgren
to Vinton K. and Elizabeth E. Paisley,
tract 5, Outlook; $1. ,
Christian and Bertba Bittner to S.
C. Fletcher and Ida M. Dundaa, land
In section 32, townablp 4 aoutb, range
4 east; $1.
William Langaford to Annie Lang
ford, lot 2 ,'C,M Buena Vlata; 11.
W. 8. and A. M. Scounce to Scandi
navian Lutheran church trustees, land
In acctlon 10, township 5 south, rsnge
John 8. Smith and Lola F. Smith
to James R. and Laura E. Kabler,
land In Oak Grove: 11200.
i imru oiaivs 10 A. D. imuimonu,
686.42 acrea of section 8, township 3
south, range 6 east; Patent.
John and Cora Potter, J. P. Deegan,
Grace Deegan et al to Clackamaa
County, land in aectlon 36, township
2 aoutb, range 2 east; $1.
John R. Kelso trustee, to Mlleg Mc
Donnell, 42.13 acrea of aectlon 3,
township 4 south, range 4 eaat; $800.
Alfred Schneider and Clara Schnei
der to Fred Madison, northeast quar
ter of northwest quarter of section 8,
and tbe northeast quarter of tbe
southeast quarter of aectlon 5, town
ship 4 south, range 3 eaat; $2,800.
Clarence E. and Nettle O. Iaham to
Eva K. Parkman, 6.96 acrea, J. D. Gar
rett donation land claim, sections 31
and 32m, township 1 aoutb, range 2
eaat; $3200. . . - -
Edwin A. and Clara M. Hyde to
William Oscar Wood, southeast quar
ter of northeast quarter of southeast
quarter, aectlon 29, Jpwnshlp l south.
range 5 east, 80 acrea; iio.
C. C. Smucker to Antone F. .-and
Alma Will, land In aectlon 8, town
ship 5 aoutb, range 1 eaat; $13,000.
L'H O. and Regina Sannea to C. J.
nd Thea Wbllertz,' hlock 71, Ptune
land; $1650. - .
Carl O.'and Regina Sannea to C. J.
nd Thea Wollertz, 26.04 acres, aec
tlon 29. township 3 south, range 1
John Jordon to John Attebury, lota
25 and 26, block 11, Hyde Park; $200.
Peter and Maggie Naedeau to D. D:.
HoKtetler, 20 acrea Jariua and Jane
Bonney donation land claim, town
ship 4 south, range 1 weat; $550.
-John H. and Rosalind GlbBon to G.
William Rlckaon, tract 4, less 60x220
feet, Gibson's subdivision of tracta 10,
11. 12 and 12, and weat 480 feet
tracta 1 and 2, Logus tracta; $800.
John W. and Grace E. Loder to
Jonas Berglund, northeasterly half lot
lJ. tract 67: Willamette tracta; $275.
Chris and Anna Lorenz to Victor
and Emma Berg, 29.14 acres, aectlon
18. township 4 south, range 1 east;
Frank E. and Marv F. Patton to
William and Magdelena Lumn,
acrea, aectlon 6, township 2 south
range 1 eaat; $10.
' R. L. and Nellie J. Parriah to Ferd
inand and Emilia Pose, northeast
quarter of northeast quarter, section
8. northwest quarter of northwest
quarter, aectlon 9. excepting 4 acres;
76 acrea In all;- $4000.
Daniel and Annie Lynch to ThomaB
J. Lynch, aouth half of northeast quar
ter of aoutheaBt quarter, aectlon 12,
township 4, aouth, range 3 eaat, 160
Robert F. and Margaret J. Wllmot
to 8usetta E. and J. H. Reed, 2 acrea
aectlon 2. township 2 south, range 2
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon for Clackamaa County.
In tbe matter of the Estate of Ernest
Marshall, a minor.
It appearing to the Court from the
petition of Julia Callff:
qualified and acting "guardian of the
person and estate of Ernest Marshall,
That said Ernest Marshall Is the
owner of a one-ninth interest In and
to the following described real estate
situate In Clackamaa County, Oregon,
to wit: The East Half of the North
East quarter of Section 15, T. 3. S. R.
4 E. of the Willamette Meridian, and
that said rnest Marshall baj no other
property' and there ia very little In
qnroe, from aald property, tha It la
necessary for the aupport, education
and nurture of aald minor that aald
property be aold, and It will be fo.'
th hut intireat of said minor and tbe
persons interested in aald property
that the aame be eoia, mai iae pro
ceeds thereof can be used to educate
said minor and auch part thereof as
will not be necessary for use for such
purpose can bo Invested so as to bring
better returns than can be possibly
made from preaent arrangementa.
That the persons and those Inter
eated in aald landa and the next of
kin of aald Erneat Marshall are: Ju
lia Callff, his mother, Hftrvey Mar
shall, Susan E. Rhodea. Alice Marshall,
John A. Marshall, Jatnea Frank Oglea
by. Charlea . E. Ogleaby, George A.
DeShtelda, Marlon DeShielda, Ftancea
DeShlelda Yank, William Marshall and
D. M. Marshall.
That t for the heat Interest of aaid
estate that aald aale ahould be at pri
vate sale for caan in nana.
t, I. Iharwfnrai nrrinred that the Bald
next of kin and persons Interested in
aald estate anoear at the Court House,
la Oregon City, Claoaamaa county,
. .,,.. . ih. Conntr Court room.
on Monday, May 19th, 1911,' at 10:00
a m and show cause if any they hare
whynn order and license to aelt the
iniaraat nf eatd Krneat Marshall in
and to aald real estate ahould not be
April Z7tn, 1911.
R. B. BBATIB,
- j ' v Judge.
Cor. Vaughn and Twenty-fourth. Sta.
- - va. -
May 2, 3, 4, 5. S, 7.
Oamea Begin Weekdaye at 3:30.
r Sundays, 2:30 P. M.
LADIES' DAY FRIDAY.
Boya Under 12 Frea to Bleachers
Tbe following are those registered
at tbe Electric Hotel: John L. Ma
son, San Francisco; O. A. Cheney. G.
Z-Chester, p. M. Boyles, O. E. Dib
ble. Molalla, Or.; J. R. Elllaon, -James
Pastall, Molalla, Or.; g. Powell, Port
land; Geo. H. Gregory. John Toneckey,
W. H. Mattoon. Eatacada; E. Ring
atead, Wllbolt; J. E. Huber, Wllhoit;
A. Lees, Geo. N. "Wella, Scotta Mills;
Geo. A. Rutherford, Highland; J. H.
Wood, Indlanapolla, In.; 8. W. Law
rence, Portland; O. W. Hawn, Port
land; Wilson, Seattle, Waah.; N. E.
8cbraeder, L T. Smith. Portland;
CharUa BIndschaedler, Portland; Ii
Mcllenry, Salem; C. Baty, Canby; L.
8. McDonald, Omaha, Neb.; C, C.
( happell, St. Paul.
BOYER ESCAPES AOAIN.
Returned to Boys' and Qlrle' Aid 80
clety 8taya Twenty Minutea.
George Boyer, tbe incorrigible boy
who escaped from the Beys' and Girls'
Aid Society, In Portland, laat week,
and walked home, waa returned in
custody of deputy D. E. Froat Tues
day. BoyeP stayed with the Society only
twenty minutes, and arrived In Ore
gon City almost aa aoon aa the deputy
who escorted him to Portland.
The Society haa agreed to leave the
"bor in charge of hla parents for the
Read the Morning Enterprise.
It began to rain a little on Monday
ana rained some Tuesday morning and
although but a quarter of an inch fell
it Is doing an Immense amount of
An old man, whose only appellation
haa been "Old John," who haa been
ataying the laat number of montha at
Mr. Aern's, and baa .not been very
well some of tbe time, thought he
would return to Germany where he
haa a daughter and Mr. and Mra.
Aerns went with him last Sunday-atad
left him In the banda of friends be
yond Lenta. He la German and can'
not understand English but fortunate
ly ia not destitute.
The young Stafford nine looks pret
ty well In their new aulta of gray with
red caps. - ,.
School closea upon tbe 12th, which
haa been celebrated in moat Northern
states with appropriate exercises as
May Day. We have not heard as. yet
whether ' tbe Mlseea Grace Intend to
so celebrate it or not. ,
Miss Mary Scueiwe la staying with
Mra. Fred Baker.
Mra. Martha Hamilton and Infant
are still at her mother's.
Land lookers have begun to come
around againand prices are steadily
going higher. .
Jim Tiedman and wife visited her
mother and sister last Sunday.
- Mra. Gage called upon Mra. MUen,
who doea not recover entirely from the
hurt to her back. .
Piga are In good demand. One man
bought aome alx weeks old for'$2.60
and had a chance to aell them again
next day for three dollars.
The editorial in the Enterprise,
"Hogs and Literature," waa pretty
apt ' a
Mra. Sharp had a genuine old fash
ioned rag bee on last Thursday and
busy Sagera sewed over 40 pounds for
her, Mra. Ola Barnes being the cham
plon rag sewer, as she sewed the
greatest number of balls, and the en
vious remarked she would have had
more In number if they had been
smaller. Mra. Ed Sharp and Miss Ida
Elligsen prepared a regular banquet
for dinner to which all did Justice.
Such reunions are enjoyed by all.
Lon Francis and Oscar Larson were
circulating a petition to alter the road
on what ia called Furaman Hill, and
have it go around near Hampton Rob-
bins house, making a better grade,
but necessitating the building of a
bridge across a ravine.
Miss Julia Weddle'a school, below
New Era, closed laat Friday and he
returned home on Sunday last. All
are glad to welcome her home again
Mr. Gage Is renewing hla youth by
blowing out stump roots in hia plowed
fields and with the help of bis horses
and sled collecting them Into piles and
burning ' them. Harry Gebhardt and
Fred Baker have finished seeding the
of Mr. Gage.
Mr. Berg is building a granary for
Will Dobble haa his house almost
John Heft Is doing aome carpenter
work for Steve Hutchinson on Suavle's
Tbe entertainment Saturday night
waa a successful affair, nearly $50 be
Charley Groasmlller'a spent a" few
da.va In Portland during the past week.
E. F. Glnther haa returned Jiome
from Oregon City where he haa been
on the Jury the past two weeks.
The Shubel baseball team defeated
the Molallaa April 23, 6 to 0, and Sun
day they defeated Mountain View 6 to
Mr. Kllnger la clearing land.
Per c.h e roo S t'a itio n
WILL MAKE SEASON AT , .
Oregon City, in Farmers' Feed Barn
PprfirflW. Sired by Polly flrat dam, Queen; Second dam Et
rtUlgl CC. Coiof dappie bV Weight 1800 pound.
Tormc. To innramare with foal $12, Sinjle enrfco J8. Sea
I CI 1113. Mnio. To Insure colt to stand and tuck $15. Crxv
will bf taken to prerent accidents, but will not be retpos-1'-.
hould any occur. If mare is removed, sold or traded, money be
comes doe at one. ; . j" : , T 7 . '
G. W. Bbyer, Owner and
Henry Toedtemeler, of Stafford, "via.
Red at Herman Moehpkeji Jor a few
R .Glnther has completed' Mis water
tyatem to hla house. ft, ; -' ,
There will be a necktie social given
at our neighboring achool at Clarkea
on Saturday night. May 10. .
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Behoeaborn, of
Oregon City, wore out on a vlalt Sun
day. John Bcbram and family, of High
land, vlalted with George Stephena'
yeaterday. ' i
At a meeting of the achool board it
waa decided to extend the school
term another month.
Mr. and Mra. Kay returned from
Portland Monday, where they had
been to aee their aon Troy, who la
alck with typhoid fever at the Good
Geo. Ball ia helping J.. W. Studlng-
er with hla new barn on his mountain
Tbe Fourth of July booster meeting
waa not very well attended Monday
evening owing to the heavy rain.
O. T. Kay informa ua there la aome
real work being done on the Southern
Mra. Thorlngton. of Oregon City,
haa taken charge of Hotel De Heckert
on Canal atreet.
Dr. Todd, of Molalla, waa exercis
ing a new Ford' auto In town Thurs
day. Mlaa Mary Alice Holman, of Port
land, is visiting with her nephew, O. '
N. Holman on tbe ranch.
Otis Morrla la taking down a drive
of 25,000 tlea. i
George Kay is oa the alck Hat this
Mayor Allen will aoon realgn his
office and move to Portland.
A few new cases of meaalea in town
A. D. Larklna is making some Im
provement on his property on High
Wants, For Sale, Etc
NotlMa under thea rlaaatflad haaataiaa
will b. hue led at one; crnl a word, flrat
Inamtion. half a ernt addltmna) tnaar
tlona. one inch card. II par month r half
Inch card, (4 lln.a II par month.
Cash must accompany order unleM an.
haa an open account vtth tha papar. No
financial raapoaalblllty for errors: wher.
errors occur f re corrected notice will b
printed for patron. Minimum cbaraa lee.
WANTED Two furnished House
keeping rooma for man and wife.
Call Enterprise office.
GIRL WANTED Girl for general
housework. Experience not ao im
portant aa wlllingneaB to learn. Ap
ply 1006 Main street Oregon City.
WANTED Yon to know that we buy
all kinds of Curloa, that we are la
-the market for second hand Furni
ture and Tools. We also have a
good .- assortment of second hand
Fuipltpre and Tools on1 hand' for
aaV to those In need.- Come- an J "
see;' perhapa we have Just what you
want. Indian Carlos and trinkets
for aale cheap; some that are very
unique and also very rare. GEORGE ,
YOUNG, Main near Fifth'atreet
FOR -SALE. .
FOR SALE 8pltx pupa."
FOR SALE Toung pigs. Call Home
phone, O. M. May, Beaver Creek.'
FOR SALE 1 fine thoroughbred Jer
sey bull calves, $ monibk old. R.
L. Badger, Oregon City, OrR. F.
D. No. 3. Phone .Beaver Creek Cen
tral. CLOSE IN 4 lots facing Madison St.,
grand view, very cheap; $440.
Terma. CLYDE A McRAE, , 1003
Main St., Oregon City.
TAKEN UP Three Jersey calves.
Owner can have name by paying
for pasture and thla notice. R.
McCUntock, Oregon City, Oregon,
R. F. D. No. S.
FOUND Two-year-old mare, atrayed
in my pasture. Owner may have
aame by paying thla advertisement
Henry Snyder, near Weat Side
School House, Oregon City, Route
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR.
HARRY JONES Builder and General
Contractor. Estimates cheerfully
given on all classes of building
work, concrete walka and reinforced
concrete. Rea. Phone Mala 111.
mv Atrnrneviat-T.aer Mniwf
loaned, anatracta rurnianea, land
tltlea examined, est a tea Battled, gen
eral law buatneee. Over Bank of
U'REN A SCHUEBEL, Attorneya-at-Iaw,
Deutacber Advokat, will prac
tice in all court a. make collections
and aettlementa. Office In Enter
priae Bldg., Oregon Cltv. Oregon.
FREYTAG'A MONEY, Real Estate
Dealers, have choice bargalne in
farm landa.. city and auburban
homes, good fruit landa and poultry
ranches. See na for good. buys.
Near 8. P. depot ..' ..
B. H. COOPER. For Fir lnearaner
and Real Batata. Let a handle
your propertlea we hay, Mil and
exchange. Office In Enterprise
Bldg.,N Oregon City. Oregon.
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