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U0RK1MQ ENTEI.PIIIPE, WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1911.
SUSPENSION BRIDGE COR.
William-. Wallace, of Shubel. was In
iklitlty on a business trip Monday,
Edsird H'lrnnliuh. of Shubel, wn
i tht city on business Tueaday.
The Produce I'nlon Hlla liar and
Geoue SN-vcn. of llMVfr Creek,
til In ()r Kdii t'lljr on Monday.
Jsroli ( ; i o-ttml 11t. of Bhttbcl, waa
li this rliy on Monday.
Tit Produce t'nton aella Arsenal)
Mr. mil Mrs. J. L Swafford have
vtamed fii.ni a brief .visit to Crash
is, where i hi y .ylslted friends.
HIm Hi.l!.. Crlsswell. of Hubbard.
tawl Sunday In thla city with her ill
n MIkh Nora Crlaawell.
Hrs. J. N Winner la III at her borne.
Fred Wsrm-r la III at his horn on
Tilrd aiul Center Afreet.
AlMy aoiiM'thlnai new In the Mil-
hrrj line. Mlaa C. Ooldamlth.
Kit Tony Gelbrlch, of New Era.
u In HiIh city visiting frlenda on
KoDdajr nnd Tueaday.
William Dnnlnl. one of the well
kaown farmer of Beaver Creek, wai
H (hit city on Monday.
I r. flruns, of Bandy, one of the
gonlnent young men of that place,
m n thla city on Tueaday.
John M Blcgmsn. of the tile Bend
Hilling Company, wai In Oregon City
MIm Franrea Orleaahaber. who la
"ttndlnc school at Mount Angel, and
ko baa been very III, la improving.
J. Coy via, of Deaver Creek, waS
ona the Oregon City visitors on
Tbs Produce Union aelli berry-
Cordon A. Peel, of Balfour, Outhrle
Compn. - Portland, waa In the
rtr on liiiNiDtfaa for the firm on Tue
tar. 8- 8. ijtrHcn went to Carua on Hon-
In company with Mr. Mangold, a
wnonatmtor for the United Stalea
am separator. . , .
An Infant Industry.
For and we will give yo with a
4 months subscription.
. By Carrier
at 45c the month
MORNING ENTERPRISE .
A Beautiful China PLAQUE D"orated Handjomely
There are a variety of patterns to choose from.
Make your selection early.
Subscriber May Have Them Too
To any present subscriber who will bring us four,
ew subscriptions we will present one of these :
beautiful dishes. v v ' . .a , '
ALL SELECTIONS MUST BE MADE AT THE OFFICE OF THE
BANK OP ORCGON CITY BUILDING
tada, a prominent re.ldent of that
nd'Sir? M liiZ,""n' "''''""'"nd,
mbi ik ' . M"r' ""wood,
spent the Oral part of thla w.l ttk
Mrs. Henry Meldrum W'k W,,h
Ht. PhuI'i (luw, will hold m apron
sal rhtrdsy sftsrnoon at Mr' 7"
slna yr residence, 413 High Hire.
Hale commence al I o'clock. Kvery
body Invited. r' T'
i rr,H"Krt' "h" aa connected
i. ""!" 1l4,l'h" Company
In thla city three yeara ago, and who
wai recently In Melco partlclpatm
In the mn neu vera, hai returned to
Oregon. Ila vlali. frUH. i
city on Tueaday. 1
Mrs. Frank While and daughter.
Mra. Fred (lulllott and the bitter's
seven weeka' old aon. Virgil Auatln
Oulllott, of Hedmond. Or., arrived In
tola city on Tueaday. and are the
guests of the former'! alater, Mra.
Lloyd Wllllama. They will remain In
thla city for about two weeka.
A. O. Alldredge. who hua een seri
ously III with einallm i ik
la allghtly Improved, and hla recovery
a now HNiaea rorwara to iiy trie two
sttendlna Phyalclana and bl familv
who have beeu In conatant attendance
lor aeverai aaya. Mr. Alldredge fell
while worklns about thru l u.
and auatalned erloua Injury.
E. 1 Bluraeaanil Mra A ll Htur.,.
Of thla rltV. went In Purtlnnil nn Mnn.
dy. where they were called by the
tienm or wimam uuyer. Mr. .tiuyer
died of rheumatlatn of the heart at
Ht. Vlnceiiia lloapltal on Hunday
night at 10 o'clock. The young man'a
former home aa at Carua, but he left
that pluce about nine yeara ago with
bl paretita for Knatern Oregon, where
he haa alnce lived He waa taken to
Portland for medlcnl treatment. He
waa a Unit 30 yeara of age, and leave
ItealdtMi hla parenta, Mr, and Mra. Ja
rob Guyer, four alatera and two broth
era. The funeral aervlces were con
ducted at the Klnlcy undertaking par
lore Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock,
and the Interment waa In the River
view cemetery. t . ,
"NEWLY WEDS" ENTERTAINED
Mr. and Mra. Walter Well Give Whiet
Mr." and Mra. Walter Wclla enter
tained the "Newly Wed" at their
home on Monday evening, when whlat
waa the feature of the evening, tne
prl.ea befhg' won by Mra. II. Hendry
and W. It l.iit. A luncheon waa
aerved and a mot enjoyable evening
waa apeut by the following: Mr. and
Mra M. Ii. Ijitourette. Mr. and Mra.
W. It. Ixgua, Mr. and Mra George
llanklna. Mr. and Mra. A. A. Price, Mr.
and Mr. H. Hendry, IJopel Cordon
and Adalbert (iordon. " '
OIL TRUST EXPECTED
TO ADVANCE PRICES
COUNSEL FOR CORPORATION SAY
DECREE OF COURT WILL
NKW YORK. May 16. Higher prlc
ea to the conaumer for oil and It
prodncta. It la believed bere totloy, will
be the only real effect of the United
KlHtea auprenie court a decision de
clarlug the Standard OH Company a
rruat and ordering Ita dlaiiolutlon.
HuHluena. meu M'ucrallyagre thnt
Immediate advance In the trade are
niaciiaatng effect of the declalon, It
la ixilnted out that for the Standard
Oil Comnany of New Jeraey to re
tranafer Ita proM-rtlea to the original
companiea will not, change Ita owner
ablp. although the atock will be dia
trl tinted to numeroua etockboldera In
atead of being In the poaaeaalon of the
All the aubaldlary corporation of
the Standard Oil Company, under the
declalon of the aupreme court' will be
niMiil hereafter aa dlatlnct con-
cerna and though their operating ex-
penae will be tbu increaaea, mere
I at 111 no way to compel actual com
petition. For the reaaon that concentration
ha' been destroyed. It la believed
there la no doubt that It will be neea
aary to advance prlcea In order to
ih. Inrreajieri exDenae Of the
companiea' Individual ndmlnlatratlon.
While oatenalbty mere will oe aepar
ate oil compftnlea In the different
nartoia nn ennrt mandate can pre
vent them working along the linea
now prevalent In the' iteei Duatneaa,
by gentleman" agreement."
vi l- willntt rhlef counsel for the
Standard Oil Company, In a atate-
mcnt laaucd here tonay, aeciarea umi
k. oi.nHirii u-nulii nhev the decree
of the United State aupreme court
6 months subscription
at 25c the month
and would t one. tak at.p. to dla-
"Not having en the court's decU
"lm. It la Impoaalble for m to make
a lengthy atalement. It may be aald
now, however, that the Standard will
oley th decree and that all compa
niea embraced In the decree will con
ouct their biiHlneaa under the direc
tion of tbelr own offlcea through their
own corporal orgitnltlona."
Huylng by the abort lntret waa
on an euormou acale and bull oper
ator took on large line. The market
cloaed atroug. Honda were Arm.
Unless Thsy Do Am3rlcan League
Race Will Become Procession.
DETROIT STRONGER THAN EVER
Manager Jannlng Cemplalnad of Hav
ing Toe Many Good Young Twirlora.
Team Batting Hard and Running
Bate Like Damon.
V TOMMY CLARK. '
Can the eaxtern teurua atop tlu li.
trolt Tlgera. give them a aetlui, k ami
other wine cauoe them to loae tliolr 1411111
eating way Tbla queatlou la now
being naked by the bam-ball fiiua. The
wonderful abowlug of the club and
the fart that they entered the month
of May with the longi-Mt leml In 1hhi
ball blNlory have almost cnuned the
block ,bnlra 011 the lieudw of Ilulnmo
ami Connie Miu k to luru white.
Never lu the bUtory of the guuie bait
a team alarted off ho well. If It were
a weak teum the other uiiiuugeri would
have little to worry about, liut De
troit la a different proportion. Jfii
UlliKN hua u club tbla aeaaoii hnnl to
tieat under any turn, and with n big
lead the job la dimply (hut nni'-h biirder.
Ijmt year the lHtroltw were the vic
tim of the worat kind of bard luck;
otberwUe. they would have U-en fac
tor to a llulab. Tbla aeoaou every
thing aeenta to be breaking tbelr way.
And in addition the team baa been
greatly atreugtbeued alm-e the clone of J
Jl'10. A big hole baa UeciQllel up at
flmt tiaxc, and the twirling ataff la the
bent JeunlugH baa ever bud. In fact,
the club I fully 30 'per cent atronger
thnn litHt yenr.
Here la another Kilnt: Detroit baa
still a long list of gwi'tef W piny at
home. If the eastern teams fall to
stop the Tigers within the next few
weeka Jennings and hi band of pill
eaters will have a lend that will lie
well nigh Invincible. ' From then on
tbe American league rm-e will become
a procession Instead of a fight.
Although the season is still young,
the Detroit club bns come pretty near
putting tbe entire wewieni section ou
tbe Mink by the most sustiilnci roh
ever shown by any team. It will be
reryJnterestltigto watchjbe work of
tho eastern teams when they tackle
Iietrolt It'a up to them to overhuul
them, provided they are going to be
poor twirling helped lu keeping the
Tlgera from lielug closer up lust sea
son. Jennings receutly complained
that be hsd too many good young
twlrlcrs." It's a complaint that Is posi
tively unique In tbe annals of base
ball. It'a an affliction which many
other clubs lu the league would wel
come with becoming avidity. This Is
In striking contrast to the condition of
affair for tbe prrrloua two year.
. Alway a great batting and base
running club, It seems to have Im
proved over previous seasons. Craw
ford Is leading the league In batting,
and Cobb la close up, while Galuor Is
not very far behind. Morlarty I wal
loping the ball harder than ever, and
Delehnnty la also there with his big
tick. Beside being tbe hardest hit
ting team In tbe circuit. It la the great
eet I wise running club In either league.
With the team pelting the ball hard
er thsn ever and the player running
the sacks like demons, the twirling
faff atronger than ever and luck fn
Torlng the team. It will be bard work
stopping them. Tbe catching tair
could be Improved opon, but 1 not
weak by any mean.
"Jennings haa proved himself a re
sourceful leader. lie ba been In
charge of the team six seasons, dnr
Ing which time be baa captured thre
successive - pennant, an American
league record. Ill method are
unique. Jennings never drive bl
players, but Instill never say die
plrlt Into them which baa enabled
the Tiger to win out In many games
at tbe very last minute. When helTO
took hold of the team the member
were fighting among themselves. Tbe
club was disorganized and finished
way ilown In the second division.
The following season be perrectea
harmony to such an extent that the
Tiger won the banner. Last year the
outfielder were not on speaking
term. Hughle parted with Mclntyr
and made Cobb and Crawford make
op. Once more Jenulng acored.
Trobably no manager In h major
leagues ha ripped op hla Infield a
often a Jennlng. For a few of the
rip be wa severely censured by the
critic, but later laprwd on the back
by tbe same men. When the Tiger
won the pennant In 1W7 the Infield
waa Roaman,.Schaefer. O'Leary and
Coughlla Today not one of em Is
left Mortality replaced Coughlln,
Delehanty Bcbaeferand Bush O'l-eary.
Tom Jonea wa on first last year. He
waa alowlng up, so Jennlng let htm
go. ; Another big mistake, said tbe ex
perts. iSnf Jennings . has landed a,
corking good first sacker In Oalnor
The latter la playing a great game at
the Initial station and batting Ilk a
Take off your hat to Hughle. n Is
a leader to be admired by every fan
In every city for hla managerial abili
ty and hla never aay dl spirit
PORTLAND MAN IS GIVEN HONOR
J'ORTLAND, Or, v May 16. ( 8 pe
dal, ) Three bunderd officer, dele
gate and vlaltor were preaent when
Grand Patriarch Lee Wlmberly called
the 37th annual aeia'on of the Grand
Kncampment, L O. O. F., to order in
Oildfellow' Temple, Plrat and Alder
atreeta, and at 1:30 o'clock thla after
noon, to whrb bour adjournment waa
taken, the number bad Increased to
about 400. Reading of report, confer
ence of thv Grand Encampment degree
and appointment of committee con
h umed the time at the morning aea
alon, and thla afternoon legislative
feature and the election of officer
to erve for the enaulng term occupied
the time until final adjournment,
Twenty-eight paat chief patriarch
received the Grand Encampment de
gree, aa follow: M.. 8. Wan ban, C.
I). Abbott, A. T. Driaco, O. W. Drink
ard, J. P. Medernach, C. U Uonney,
W. A. Ayrea. William Gunning, R. M.
Taylor, Jame Watson, U O. Reynolds,
H. E. Phelpa, C. R- Haworth, D A.
Ilarman, J. A. Arbuckle, II. E. Cool
Idge, J. P. gchall, P. II. Myera, W. C.
Kndlcott, J. 8. Fine, J. R. Olmstead,
V. II. Champlln, II. M- f'ockburn, J. W.
Mulr, J. N. Wisdom, Roren Sorenson,
W. I), pierce and J. G. Canady.
At the annual election E. E. Sharon,
of Portland, was re-chosen grand
scribe for the seventeenth time and W.
W. Francis, of Albany, grand treasur
er for the alxth time. Other officer
were chosen as follows: Grand pat
riarch, O. P. . Miller," Portland; grand
jhluh priest, G. P. Rlckley, Marrlsburg;
grand senior warden, G. A. Pogue, On
tario; grand representative, Uee Wlm
berly, P. (J. P., Roseburg.
DEMAND FOR BIG
BUUILDING. IT IS 1 BELIEVED,
WOULD DRAW PEOPLE TO
.PORTLAND. May 1C The auditor
ium committee of this city hat re
ceived Information that in 8L Paul
some distinctive event is planned for
every month in the year. These oc
casions bring hundreds and even
thousanda of people' from a distance.
Every local business as a result bene
fits, from wholesalers to retailer. It
l announced from St. Paul that the
splendid public auditorium there baa
proven one of the bent business get
ters for the city ever Instituted there,
and In addition the city has tbe bene
IH of the advertising that brings tbe
By some careful figuring." said
Charles H. Merrick, chairman of the
auditorium committee, of this city,
"we have shown that even if the
auditorium didn't nay for Its own op
erations the cost would then be only
about ten cents, for every 11000 as
sessment. "This would mean about $10 for ev-
.rv x lOOJUK). and how many business
men who pay on an aasessment of
iino.ooo spend more than flO a year
dveitlslns: the city a an Indirect
way of advertising their own business?
Bui at that we have yet to hear of an
auditorium that doe not pay it run-
Vaughn and Twenty-fourth
May IS, 17, 18, 19. 20. 21.
Game Begin Weekday at 3:30.
dundaya, 2:30 P. M.
LADIE8' DAY FRIDAY.
Boy Under 12 Free to Bleachers
During the month of May, June, July,
August and September, en date
hown below, the
will sell round trip ticket from
Oregon City Yia Portland
St Paul, via Council Bluffs
Minneapolis, direct .......
Mlnneapol a, v a Counn I Bluff
New York 109.00
St. Loui 70.50
Washington, D. C 108.00
May 16, 17, 18, 19, 22, 23 24, 23, 27, 28
Jun 5, 7, 9, 10 12, 16, 17, 21, 22, 28, 29,
July 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 19, 20, 26 27 and
August 3, 4, 8. 14 15, 16, 17, 21, 22, 23,
28, 29 and 30.
September 1, 2, 4, 5, a d 7.
Stop-over vlthln limit In either' di
rection. Final return limit
For far on way through California
Inquire of any Southern Paolflo
agent, er write to
General Passenger Agent
. Portland, Oregon.
nlng expense through the rent for
opera and exhibition of varlcu
aorta. If we should fall to build tb
auditorium now, tblnk bow much more
the site would coat In ten year from
now. Economy ay build now."
Letter were sent to tbe principal
of all Portland school telling them
of tbe school children publio audi
torium essay contest. Any pupil in
any school, eighth grade or lower, may
compete by seeding an essay ot from
31K) to boo word on the advantages
of a public auditorium for Portland.
It was first decided the contest
should cloa next Friday, but tbe time
has been extended until Saturday,
May 27. Three prizes will be given
the three beat, $10, $5 and 2 60.
The proposed auditorium Is to cost
REV. WIEVESIEK REAPPOINTED
Oregon Conference Evangelical Asso
The Oregon Conference of the Evan
gelical Aaitoclatlon which met n the
Mllwaukle church, closed with the
reading of appointments assigned the
Various members of the conference for
the ensuing year. A list of the ap
pointments Is: ....
Portland district, II. E. Hornschuch,
presiding elder; Albany, H. R- Glel;
Chehalem, H. Albright; Dufur, to be
supplied; Fruit land, to be supplfed;
Jefferson, 8. W. Launer; Little FalH,
W. E. Simpson; Mllwaukle, E. Rode
baugh; Monmouth, W. A. Gueffro,
North Portland, to be supplied; Ore
gon City end Canby, 8. Wleveslek;
Portland First German, H. Shuknechl;
Portland First English, F. B. Culver;
Memorial, Morris Heverling; Salem
Liberty Street, O. F. Llenlng; Cheme
keta. Salem, F. M. Fisher; Sweet
Home, H. C. Rolroff; Ylgardville. 8
Conklln; Veronu, E. Maurer.
Marriage License Issued at Night.
Cora Hathaway and J. D. Foss, of
Portland, came to thla city at 11
o'clock on Saturday night, and ob
tained a marriage 'license. "
The Linden Circle Women of Wood
craft held a fine meeting Friday evening.-
Four men were given the secret
work also the men' side degree,
which made fun for all present Re
freshments were served and a good
time had In general by all present.
Tbe Guards are drilling for tbe con
test which takes place on May 31 at
the Arrnory- in Portland.
Mr. Wettlaufer wsa In Mllwaukle
last week. , r
Ed Grace was hauling shingle last
Mr. Bergman lost a horse.
M Fawner is working for Sam El
mer. Mr. Battenmlller Is building a fence.
Mr. I Marquard went to Portland on
Sam Elmer was plowing last weeK.
Ed Hettman Is building a fence.
Pet Hnver bought a pig last. week.
The Clarks school Is going' to have
a pie and neoktie social May 20.
Read the Morning Enterprise.
Mr. Sullivan, tbe Road' Supervisor,
Is working on the road.
The base ball game played here
lsst Saturday between the Clackamaa
and Molalla school teams resulted in
2 to 9 in favor of Molalla, thu giving
Molalla team the silver cup.
Sundav a South Portland nine came
out to the Molalla diamond and played
the Molalla regular nine losing to
them by a Bcore of 2 to 4.
Railroad surveyors are still work
Miss Alice Srague. who was operat
ed on for appendicitis at the St. Vin
cent Hospital on, May 2, came home
last Saturday. Sunday morning she
felt fairly well after the long ride out
from Oregon City In a buggy and went
to see her mother, who is 111, In the
afternoon at Mr. E. K. Dart .
V. w, Everhart and wife returned
home from the State Grange showing
the good effect of their kind treat
ment at Corvallia.
Mr. Wood la preparing to build a
residence. Lumber Is being distribut
ed on the ground.
Robblns Bros, delivered a new E. M.
F. to Mr. Cooper laat week and Mr.
Ttibbs comes out with a new ear. In
fact automobile are getting about a
thick on the atreet aa the horses
Mntaita rvennle were shocked on
t.rinr of the sudden death of Ben
Bovles. of Russellvllle, who died at
hi. hum Prtdav nlrht of heart latiure
He waa at Molalla on Ftiday and had
a tooth broken by one or tne pnysi
Mrs. Dr. Leavttt. of Portland, slater
of Ben Boyles, deceased, came out 10
her brother' funeral which took place
. ., pikw tv lie cemetery at
ai 1 - ( -
st'tlwlr n Til .
A former resident of Molalla, after
roaming about In search of the won
derful places, neara aDom 10 u.un
lands, haB returned to Molalla con
tented to live and die here. He says
what make Molalla the truly wonder
ful place 1t is Is owing to ita many
varieties of soil. That's it, we have
the black loam, the red soil, the white
soil and the gravel soil with all the
Read the. Morning Enterprise.
The Oak Grove Senior Athletic Club
team defeated the Baltimore Dairy
Lunch team ofi Portland Sunday, May
4 Score 18-12. Batteries: Oak Grove
Colman. Wonhlngton. Baltimore
Fay and Rlvoe. Catcher. Worthing
ton thumb waa apllt In the aeventh
Inning. . H. Rlppey took hla place and
In the ninth he waa hit on the nose.
Pitcher Colman made a home run and
fanned twelve men. Nichols of the
rtaitimorea made a home run. Fay,
the pitcher, fanned tlftVe men.
Th rink Orove Junior team was
defeated by the Vernon team Sunday
score 11-9. .
several of he men from huh nun
spent Sunday at home with their fami
Mra. Bertha Worthington returnea
home Friday evening from Fairdale
where she has been vlBltlng friends
the oast two weeka.
an iha nronertv owner on Lee Av
enue 'got to work and cleaned the
street outh of Center treet and the
county road, and adding much to the,
appearance of that atreet.
. Mta. Henry Schnefler wa a Port
land visitor Tuesday. ,
C. B. Bunnell was In Oregon City on
Mra. Guy White and son. Homer,
spent Tuesdsy with Mr. Howell In
L- E. Armstrong and E: 'C. Warren
made bulnes trip to Canby Tue-
O. Wlsslnger of Mllwaukle Waa here
on business Tuesday morning.
. ' 1 . .
It Wouldn't Pay to Advertfce
A Poor Article
Nor a preposition of doubtful merit or honesty for ad-reader,
nowaday, are DISCRIMINATING. Thy know value they knew
GENUINE things, genuine oppertunltlea.
Any article which can be sold by advertising Is, by that teat, a
GOOD article. YOU are safe In buying a thing which ha "stood
the flr of publicity."
The maker of a widely advtrtlaed article, commodity; 'al
way on trial for hi bualnes life. He cannot shirk, ner cheapen his
product and thi I the beet poaaible protection foe the conaumer.
You are SAFE In buying advertised
nowaday business conditions.
Harvey O. Starkweather waa a Port
land visitor Tuesday.
Mrs. John Rlsley spent Tuesday In
J. O. Staats of Oregon City waa here
Monday evening. .
Florence Gethlng and Edith Turner
of Lents spent Saturday with Hester
Mrs. W. M. Rice was a Portland vis
C. N. Whit Is able to be out again
and went to hi son's for dinner Sun
day. Bert Staats and a friend have rigged
up an outfit and will start to Montana
In a few davs.
- The Ladle Aid will .give their
monthly tea Thursday at the home of
Mr. George Sherk. All ladle Invited.
Mrs. Krum spent Tuesday In Port
land with her daughter.
Ed Olds returned home Tuesday
morning from Bull Run on account of
his son, Orval, being sick, and will re
main until he Improve.
Mrl. Henry Suter wa a Portland
visitor Tueaday. .
Notice for Bids.
Notice Is hereby given that sealed
, proposals Tor furnishing all labor
and material for Improving Twelfth
Street, Oregon City, Oregon, from a
. point 105 feet west of the westerly
line of Main Street westerly to the
east line of .Water Street, will be
received by the Recorder of Oregon
City. Oregon, until 4 O'clock P. M.
of May 25th, 1911. Plan and speci
fication containing further Informa
tion and the kind of improvement
" to be made will be furnished upon
application to said City Recorder.
Each bid must be accompanied by a
certified check for a sum equal to
five per centum of the total amount
of the bid, which aum will be sub
ject to forfeiture to Oregon City In
case of the failure of the successful
bidder herein to furnish the required
bonds and enter Into a written con
tract for aald work, if called upon to
do so, within the time specified for
the same in the Ordinance providing
for said street improvement
Proposals must ne made upon
hlanka furnished by Oregon 'City.
The right to reject any or all bid
or to accept any bid considered most
favorable to Oregon City Is hereby
Each proposal must state the
time required. for the completion of
the entire improvement work of
said street which Improvement work
must be done according to the Or
dinances of Oregon City and the
charter thereof, and the plans and
specifications governing said work.
Each bidder I required to furnish
separate figures for the doing of all
concrete work with Clackamaa river
sand and gravel and for the cover
ing of such concrete work with one
half Inch wearing coat.
Thla notice la published pursuant
to an order of the City Council of
Oregon City, made and entered at
a special meeting thereof held May
I STIPP. Recorder. '
Notice For Bid.
Notice is hereby given that sealed pro
posals for constructing and laying a
sewer along Ninth Street from Tay
lor Street to Washington Street
with vitrified terra cotta pQe having
an interior diameter of 11 Inches
and an 8 Inch aewer laid along Tay
lor Street from Seventh to Twelfth
Street shall empty into a septic
tank, located at Twelfth street Can
yon and constructed of concrete and
said sewer shall have the necessary
manholes, lampholes, laterals and
connections, will be received by the
Recorder of Oregon City, Oregon,
until 4 o'clock P. M. of May 25th,
1911. Plans and specifications con
taining further Information and the
kind of sewer to be laid will be fur--nlshed
upon application to said Re
corder. Each bid must be accom
panied by a certified check for a
sum equal to five per centum of the
total amount of the bid, which sum
will be subject to forfeiture to Ore
gon City In case of the failure of the
successful blder herein to furnish
the required bonds and enter Into a
written contract for said work. If
called upon so to do, within the
time specified for the same In fhe
Ordinances providing for ald sew
er. Proposal must be made upon
blanks furnished by Oregon City.
The right to reject any or all bids
or to accept any bid conslderd most
favorable to Oregon City Is hereby,
Each proposal must slate the time
required for the completion of the
Per cher 00 St all ifloV
WILL MAKE SEASON AT
Oregon City, ia-Fameis' Feed Bain
PfHidrPf. Sired by Polly; flrt dam, Queen; Second dam Ey
r CUIgl Ct. allne. ColoT dappla bay, weight 1800 pounds.
TpriTK. To insure mare with foal $12, Single aerrica $8. Sea
I II IIU. 10 To in,,,,, coit to atand and juck $15. Care
will be taken to prerent accident, but will not be responsible
should any occur. If mare Is removed, sold or traded, money be
comes due at once.
G. W. Boyer . Owner and Keeps v
things It' the logie ef
entire work for aald aewer which
work must be dona according to the
Ordinance of Oregon City and the
charter thereof, and the plana and
specification governing said work.
Thla notice la published pursuant
to an order of the City Council ot
Oregon City, made and entered at
a specie.l meeting thereof held May
U STJPP. Recorder. -
Wants, for Sale, Etc
Notices under these claMlfted heaJHic
will be Inserted at one orat a word, tint
Insertion, half a cent additional laser
lions, one Inch card. 11 per month) haJf
Inch card, (4 lines) 11 per month.
Caxh must accompany order unless one
has an open account with the paper. N
financial responsibility for errora; wherv
errora occur fre oorrectrd notice vertU be
printed for patron. Minimum eharo Ite.
WANTED Woman or girl for house
work, telephone Main 3063 or apply
1305 Main Street
WANTED Room with private family
and occasional use of piano. Sher
man W. Moody, at Andresen's Jewel
GIRL. WANTED Gtfl -ror general
housework. Experience not so Im
portant a willingness to learn. Jkp
ply 1006 Main street, Oregon City.
WANTED -Yon to know mat 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 anJ
see ; perhaps we have juat what you
want Indian Curios and trinkets
for aale cheap; some that are very
unique and also very rare. GEORGE
YOUNG, Main near Fifth street
FOR SALE Bicycle
cheap, inquire H. C.
FOR SALE Good second hand deliv
ery wagon. Inquire Royal pakery,
7th Street. - .
FOR SALE Two fine residence lot!
9th and Washington St., very cheap.
Terms. Enquire 418 7th St
ACREAGE One to five acres tn sight
of Oregon City, $150 and $200 per
acre; good level land; one mile'
from car line. Clyde It McRae, 1003
Main St., Oregon City.
; FOR SALE House, two lot, on cor
ner, house recently bunt; 12x28, two
rooms, brick flue, other improve
ment, good soil, garden in. Splen
did view of City and Mountains.
Good reason for selling.. Price
$575.00. For location Inquire Mr..
Winkle' store, West Oregon City.
Harvey Buck, Oregon TJlty.
LOST, 8TRATED OR STOLEN A
sorrel horse one year old. $5 re
ward, Gladstone postofflce.
MONEY TO LOAN.
TO LOAN I have at 7 per cent:
$2000.00, $1800.00, $1100.00,
$850.00, $400.00, $300.00. Improved
real estate. 40 percent values. C.
H. Dye, 8th & Main Streets.
BUILDER AND COT"ACTOR.
HARRT JONES Builder and General
Contractor. Estimates cheerfully
given on all class of building
work, concrete walk and reinforced
"concrete. Re. Phone Mala 111."
O. D. EBT, Attorney-at-Law, Money
loaned, abstraots furnished, land
title examined, estate settled, gen
eral law business. Over Bank of
Oregon City. .
TTRKN V SCHUBrBEL, Attorneya-at-Law,
Dentaeber Advokat, will prao
tlee In all courts, make collections
and settlements. Office tn Enter
prise Bldg Oregon City. Oregon.
B. H. COOPER. For Fire lnanraner
and Real Estate. Let as handle ,
your properties we bay, sail and
exchange. Office la Katarprlaa
Bldg., OrVgon City. Oragon. .
Read the Morning Enterprise.