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UOHOTMQ ENTEBP1UBE, FlilDAY, MAY 10, 1911.
For The Ladles Who Care
Xb reason this i ftore U jjrowin o popular, is because
L .re first to hate what Jhe ladies w. L .IV.."!
. latest tyle. Udles want stvle, and here you et
itVlC and qUOf V t modcsf prices. We are n?J
.bowing the La voue coats and suits for ladies, and
, udies waists with Kimono sleeves, in the new black
,DJ white neis ana marquisette In plain and iancy em
broidered effects, v.. , .
Sugponaioa Bridge Corner
An Early iprlnfl.
I LOCAL BRICrS
Mr. Wrldusr, or Beater Creek, waa
U ibl city " weaneaaay.
Otlo Hiryker, of Eldorado, wa la
tkl city on Thuraaay.
L U. Fuller, of Caroaa. Waal)., waa
h ihiuJty " lina Thursday.
Tt Produce Union sell Hajr and
illns Ana Allilrxla oaa goo to Klk
City lo vIhII it undo, Mr. Randall.
Mra. Klibyaon, of Phubet, waa In
Alt cliv on Wednesday.
Ira lis kins, of Salem, waa In this
cKj on a bitnlness trip Wednesday.
Tbt l'rxiuci I'nlon sell Arsenate
"John Krnpf. of Aurora, waa. In Ore-
fig CHy ' Thuraday.
Mr Klard Rtuart, of Portland. I
ttettlni with her parenta, Mr. and Mra.
, Mra. Kathryn Ward Pope, of Port-
hod. waa In tlila elty vlaltlng wUb
jlailvra on Wednesday.
- To Produce Union aejla lierry-
II lu llniin runnel and Mra. R. N.
Horfiiin rry.'of Portland. i"r Id this
ettron Wednesday visiting friend. -
. Charliu Welsmandel, of Carua. waa
IIdqbi H i- Oregon City bualnea vial
krs in WYdneeday.
. 0oi. Smvens and Fred Kanie-
Nth. i( li aver Creek, were In Oregon
City lnintiiraa Wednesday,
Mr. Multnr and daughter, of
Carni, were In thla city on Wednes-
. Vr, An Jones, on a of the well-
know residents of Carua, waa In tbia
tlty on Imalucas Wednesday.
Ilimr Krhoonborn. of Eldorado, waa
H (M city vtalitng bla parenta, Mr,
m4 Mm It. 8rboenborn, Tuesday.
JThe Omemah Ladle' Aid Society
M Thursday afternoon at tba hm
MIm Ada Hldwell.
s F. E. Krcati and wife, of Eugene.
tare among I ho Oregon City visitor
M Wednesday. f"
! II. T. Smith." of Canby. was In tbla
tit; on Wednesday, registering at tba
Jiectrlc Hotal. "
"T r. T. CoIIInirorPornand.-waa-tn
talt city ou Thuraday awning tba
wst or Mlaa .Nellie Derby.
,; Frank Haberlarh, one of ba prom
k)nt fruit and vegetable produoera of
Clvkimna, wag In thla city on buat
Itaa Thuraday. ...
' A. n. Zwelfel, of Molalla, who la
known In that acctlon of tha
rovnty, wag tranaactlog bualneaa In
Uli city onVVedueaday, . M.
h E. Flynn, of Bllrarton, Oregon,
a In thla city oa Wedneaday and
Tburadny, and raglatered at tba Etoe-
Wo ntl. ,
. Miaa May Kambo, wbo Buffered a
trrloua Injary ta krpln aoriia Um
lu, and recently waa atrlokent with
pneumonia, waa aomewbat Improved
Turn Evana, of Carua, who la am
oyd at X)ak (trove, paaeed through
1)1 city on Wedneaday, where ba
illpc hla home and to get a aupply
f Jeed ibr hla boraea. '
Y ottS for the
For and we will give yotf with a
; NEW '
4 months sutidriptlon
it Sc the month v
TO THE : ' .
A Beautiful China PAQtlE ed Hindsimely
There are a tariety aVftirns to choose from,'
Make your selection tarly - 1
Sobscribef fy Have IfWii Too f
To an- y rttuni BhWcriber who will bring us four
new jMicyna W will present ;, one of these
4mt viiaiiv-sj, ,
A' JLtVtCtfbWIUT it MADt AT THE OFFICE OP THE
BANK or: ORCOON CITY BUILDING
William DUkeraou. of norlug, i
ilvi-d lu ibl, (. on wadneaday a
1 111 rmnuln ....!( . .
" "uruay aa a gueat
" hiiu mra. inarl
Mra. Augusta Warner, of thla city,
U lav tlila tnorulng for liwd
Hlvr, whore alie will L a aueat of
Mrnd Mra. Ch.rlea Alright for a
William I)lck.roii, of liorlug, who
hua buen vUlilng at 'Iit fcuinu of Mra.
Iharu.a faika, at rourtecuth Htreei.
lor thi puat week, will leave for bla
home H.iturUuy evening.
itev. t'harlea Itobluaon. wha
rei.tly eft tr St)W yorh hlli
di.rphia, I'a., will arrive In thla city
today. Me will I ac:ouipauld by hia
lter ami a Mlaa I'erclval. th laii.r
of I'hlladclpbia, who' will pond the
auinmer in (hla city. Rev. Mr. Itohln
boo wired lo frleoda In thla rliv .iut.
lug be bad been very aurceaaful In
Belting funda for the new church.
Mra. J. E. Vatcher and father, h
I'w-k, arrived on Thuraday mornlug
from Chicago, HI., by way of Cnllfor.
nla, and will make QrMim Cfty the(r
home. Mr. Vatcher la In bualm-aa In
thla city, and preceded bla family
tare about a year. They have rented
the UtiW bungalow joii Center Street
between Kteventb and Twelfth Bireeta,
and will take poaaeaalon on Satur
day. Mra. Vatcher and Mr.' I'eck were
accompanied here by A. D. Vatcher.
irt and eon, Marahall, who will re-
nmtu Id thla city for a abort time until
they dxcldod upon a twrmaiicnt lorn.
Hun. They will make their home In
HAVINU ptirchaaed the Block of
grocfilea of Client her A Hchulu, will
make pilcca lo clone out. J. 11. Matt
ley, 7th at reet.
MISS FOLLENSBEE AND
R. V. JEFFERSON WED
MARRIACE IS AT CHICO. CAU
WHERE YOUNO COUPLE
Tbe marriage of Mlaa Myrtle Fol
lenabee, of thla city, tleBt daughter
of Mr. and Mra. K. b. Follenabee, and
It VNJefferaon, of Chlco, Collfornia,
but formerly of thla city, waa solem
nized on May 13, at Chlco, California.
Tba wedding waa very quiet and only
Immediate reladvea of the bridegroom
were present , The bride haa been
vMtlng In Chleo for aome time, and
her marriage waa aomewbat of a eur
prlae to her many frlenda in thla city.
Mr. and Mra. Jefferaon are well
known In tbla city, wbr they have
many frlenda. . Mr. Jefferaon la the
on of the late O. U. Jefferaon, and be
left aome time ago with bla mother
andjier .family for Chlco, where they I
have purchased a ranch ana wnere
they will reelde.
bridge Club Entertalna.
Mra. lena Cbarman entertained the
Wednesday Ilrldge Club at ber borne
Thursday afternoon, the' prlaea being
won bv "Mra. Nleta Barlow Lawrence
and Mra. J. rt. Humphreys. Tnore were
24 giieata. A luncheon waa aerved.
The decorations were of pink and
hit flower. ;
Church To Give Mualcal.
The choir of Hhe Gladstone Chris
tian Church la rebearalng dally for tbe
musical to be given Sunday night,
which promt to be the toat suc
ceaaful entertainment of the kind
ever given by tbe cburcb.
Elaborate preparatlona also have
been made for the Brotherhood ban
quet to be given a week from tomor
eMaB-Meaeaaa mbhmv mbm
Read the- Morning Enterprise.
t 25c the month
me meaatee aoem to be getting a
new alurt I- .hi . "
, " , ' u, coinmuniiy,
J. Minder la having a reeidc
"o ma larin.
m...I,;.,.Fun U -own
ler. y "D4 mui Bab-
K. C. Ocrber la Buffering from an
abaceaa on bla law. nrMii. ,i
Harding Orange haa completed n
gottathn. for a park alt, adjDW
he present proeprty. The laud waa
parcbaaod from J. M. Tracy
. -ff;'. ,,utcl'ln l visiting her
brothor Vfllllam Uy,.,., flf Tbe Dalle.,
Humor has It thm-. . Ai...
a --'wvv aa ve I ua
oi on, of Htonea prominent youm
men and a Kodlitnd vmmv i.h.
cently. " '.
The Ixiwer Locan M'hmil will nliu.
the prlmury rwiu thla w.,.u .ii ,v.
prliuHnarB r(n Jiext wook.
ouuacriDe for the Dally Enterprise
Mr. lluntlnaton brnimht nn .
load of powder Saturday.
uircn uoiierta went to VurtnA
Uaturday, returning Monday.
U. 11. WOOUlu had china of
eighth grade examluatlonB whirh
were given Thursday and Friday.
Jamea Wolfe and mil i:nWrv.
atteudd . the dunce at Han.lv
Mr. and Mra. Shaw and famiw
vldlli-d at K. D. Ilart'a flundav ,
Mr. Griffin had a load of liimtiAr
hauled Saturday.. He will Iwiin
Mr. Morrison went to Creaham
KumJay after some boraea.
Mrs. E. I). Mart and her mother
Mrs. Dill, of Flrwood, were In Iiover
v M'n'nodley relumed from Welches
C. A. Keith hauled a loud of
household goods for Mr. Lwla
C (iulovaon drove out from Port
land Sunday. . .
Have you ifcn It? What? Why,
the Dover Uasehall team.
All are Invited to- attend the
etiteitalnment at Flrwood Hall Satur
day evening, May 20tb. A fine
program baa been prepared.
Men are busy on our hlghwaya
and bywaya. Some from Clackamas
County, and a force from Washin
ton County, have been cutting down
Ihw hill and fixing the bridge by the
We sllll have occasional showers,
enough to keep down the dust.
Mrs. J. O. Cage came up from St.
Helena am( vlalted the old home and
neighbors a few daya, returning to
Iter home on Wednesday.- Sbe ha
been quite 111 and In bed for a week.
Mr, and Mra. Itryand, with their
son , and daughter,' visited at .Mr.
NusHbam'a Inst Sunday. Their home
la at Clacknmaa HelRhta.
They have another fine boy at Fred
Daker'a, a week old.
Mra. Rather Toedlmer la slopping
a week at her uncle. Ed Sharp's. ;
Frank Meckel, wbo formerly lived
on what la known as Bhafer'a Hill,
died at Portland on Friday, after a;
long and painful 'Illness, and waa bur j
led On Sunday. He wna a brother of:
Mrs. Adolph Dolkar, ' , I
Tbe telephone got tangled np wtynj
the IrollevUlrPB from the brick plant
at TUalatln on Sunday night, and put !
the telephone out nf commission, and (
Iris reported nearly aet fire to many .
housea, and one man received quite a !
shock aa he attempted to Use hia telj
Perhaps 11 will be remembered thai
Mra. Nemec'a two-year-old colt atray
ad off on Oregon City Booster Day.
Her boys spent a number of daya
kuntlng tofLitbut. got, no trace of It
except that It followed a team a Tar
a John Farmer'. Two weeka went
bv, and they were forced to give wp
the colt a loat. which was a heavy
lose to her aa ahe la struggling to pay
a big mortgage on ber horn. But
when the Enterprise of May S arrived
two neighbors, young men grown, aw
Henry Snyder' ad. of a colt having
atrayed Into hla pasture and hastened
to Mrs. Nemes offering to find her colt
for $5. She had but S3 and gave
them that. In a few hour they re
turned -with the colt, having paid for
the advertisement, and one of them
took the purse from hi pocket, emp
tied the content. Into hi hand and
gave her tbe empty purse. In a few
honra August Delkar aaw tbe notice
of "Found," and hastened over aa any
neighbor should, to tell her, but tbe
colt had been delivered. Tbe clreirm
atnnce did not get to tbe eara of the
publlo for about a week, then It
stirred up a tempest In a teapot. One
man said: "I'm a German myself, but
I call that a dirty Dutch trick," but
another said: "No, I would not Insult
our Dutch, neighbors, a not on but
would have called bar attention to
the notice, and her boy could have
gone for the colt, but 1 call it a dirty,
Russian trick," and ' another, "The
boya sold themselves cheap; a dollar
apiece," and Q on.
Mr.,Btid Mr. BuajM. and Mr. and
Mr. Harry Nea qX the Church of
(lod, were ut on Bunday laat, and
held rvKt the achool bouse at
A- U and IP, M.
Ml', '.j Mra NnraVam 'Mr. and
Dernl, Mra. Elgen, Mra. Miller.
,n . Mr. Kettar met Saturday and
r.ashed window, desk, and aertibhed
floor at , the achool houe. Bcnooi
closed on Friday. ,.
Mr. Gage, and Mr. J. Q. Gage rode
over 8unday afternoon tp Bee Mr.
Sharp nnd her married daughter.
Mr. Moaer haa been building near
hla son, Bam', and again gone Into
the chicken bnalne, having bought
200 little Incubator chick ot Mr.
Qua Gebhardt, paying thfcrefor 10 ct.
Mr. Powell bna been kept busy pre
paring dtaner for comer and .goera.
She 1 goo ok na" etB ne,t
table, an those. whaCome once like to
Mra. Mlternt wnt back to their
homei hear Mt. Tabor on Saturday to
help celebrate A little granddaughter'
btrtfeday and put up gooeberrle for
homj consumption. . . '
- ' EAQLK CREEK. " .
tm Baturday, May JO, a picnic 'wM
be irlven by the Eaale Creek Grange.
There will be a good program, con
sisting Of an addresa to be delivered
by State Master C. B. Bpenee, reci
tation, aongs, tc. Everybody come,
bring your dinner and have a good
time. . ' ,
DlcH Gibson traded a cow and calf
to Matt Zogg for a cow last week.
Mr. and Mr. Trcd Ely went to Ton
)aat week to vWt Mr. Ely' relative,
Out qi Town
hi fattier being III, and they wished
iu see Dim. ,
Dick tllbsoo (raded a horse for a
School closed In district jio. SO last
Mlaa Rosa Moehnke, teacher of Dis
trict No. 60, went to Oregon City
Sunday on her way home.
Mr. Viola Douglass and Mr. and
Mra. W. -F, Douglass spent Sunday
with Mr and Mrs. Jamea DeS baser,
of Flrwood. . .
Mr. and Mrs. Huntington called on
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Douglass Sun
Mlaa, Ulna Douglaaa went to 'port
land last week to work for - Mrs
Ktockholm a while.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wood le vlalted
wlthu Mrs, Woodle'g parents, Mr,
and Mra. Murphy, Sunday.
The'Bellwood Lumber Company on
Deep Creek, ha aome difficulty In
securing hand and 'aeeplng them.
Men will come and work a few days,
some stay only a day then tbey leave.
Two men came tbe first ot the week
front Estscada to work at the mill,
Juat staying one night, returning to
Katacada tbe next morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Berg, former
resident of thla pluce, now residing
nar. Oresham, visited their old home
laat Wedneaday. Mr. Berg purchased
two plga from Dick Gibson wMJe here.
Mr, and Mrs. A. H. Harvey are
spending a few dsyg with relative In
Mlaa Anna Wllehart, of Oregon City,
was a guest of Mrs. Jamea Hylton
Sam Hess and toi.il ly, of Canby,
were dinner guests laat Wednesday of
Mr. and Mrs. Schrelner.
William Sheer and children, of Port
lund, apent last Sunday at the home
of his brother, Mr. Henry Sheer. .
This week closes a very successful
term of school. Mlaa Lessie McDon
ald la the Instructor.
Mlaa McClure, lately from Texas,
haa her sister and family visiting with
her. who Just came from Roaehur
and are looking for a location. They
are pleased with thla country and ex
pect to mane this their home.
- Mr. Hylton received word from hia
daughter, Mra. Strain, of Eugene, that
her tittle son Kenneth had been run
over by aa automobile and waa In a
very critical condition. -
Adnlnh TnknV - i
r .. Hw.uumv. no viueuiuvreu
By hla old friends last Saturdav hv
postal card shower. It belna- hla
twenty-second birthday anniversary.
Rev. Mr. Spencer preached hi first
sermon to a full boose laat 8unday.
John Ring wa badly cut under the
left eye while helping to clear awav
some brush and grass. Joe Jones let
bis brush scythe, slip and It cut a
gash In Ring' cheek and Into one of
hi nostrils. A physician sewed "np
and dressed the wound.
Mr. and Mr. Edgar Shaver and
Furnished with operating
room, ward and private
rooms. . . j ,x
Pad 2243 Home D-298
RECREATION PARK, '
Cor. Vaughn and Twenty-fourth Sta.
- May 1, 17, 18," 19, 20. .11.'
Qamea Begin Weekday at 9:30.
Sundays, 1:30 P. M.
;,: LADIES' DAY FRIDAY.
Boy Under 12 Free to ; Bleacher
During the month of May, June, July,
August and September, on date,
shown bttow, the
will sell-found trip tickets from
Oregon City Via Portland
Chleafld y.: i. wv
Council Bluffs i .'.'.
St. Joseph ,
8V Iaul ; :.vw
Paul, via Council Bluff w.
Mlnneapola, va Count 1 Bluff 64 40
Boaton 110 00
Nw York 10900
at. Loula . 70.50
Washington, D. C 103.00
May II, 17, '18, It, 22, 23v 24, 25, 27, 28
and 21.- .
June 5, ?, B, 10 12. 1$, 17, 21, 22, 28, 29,
July 1. 2, 3, 4, 6, 6, 19,. 20, 26 2 and
AtTnUst 3, 4, 8. 14 15,' 16, 17, 21, 22, 23,
i 28, 29 and SO. .
September 1, 2, 4, 6, d 7
StoMvera vlthln llmlta In either di
rection. Final return limit
October Jlst. "
For fare on way through California
Inquire of any outhrn Paolfl
agent, or write to 7
General Paaaenger Agent ,
child, " of - Olad - Tldlnga, " attended
church here laat Sunday.
Fred Hubbard waa la town Sunday.
' Ouy 0. Larkln cam home on tbe
13th from Salem, where be I attend
ing tb Summer Normal.
Mr. and Mr. Ouyer Calqulat will
move t Washington aoon.
Several of the resident were call
ed to OreoD City May 13 to settfe a
school difficulty, of Mis Hew. Among
them were Mlsa Ld!l, R. D. Hub
bard, Tom Drake, J. R. Sklrvln, Mr.
and Mra. William Olson and Fred My
ers. " i
Bert Hubbard and famllv mmrm In
town Sunday, calling on -friends. ' ,
One of the most Dleasant social Ca
therines that has been held at this
place for aome time, wa the one held
at tho Jennings Lodge school bouse
on Wednesday evening, May 17, when
the members of the Community Club
enter'alned their families and friends.
Despite the Inclement weather 179
were present,' who enjoyed a fine pro
gram. Mr. George A. Shaver, chair
man of tbe program committee, in
troduced Mr. George Thompson, the
teacher of the achool, who gave an
addresa of welcome which wa fol
lowod by a duet by Mr. Mabel Sladon
and Helen Palntou, - and recitations
were given by Shelby Shaver. Anna
Heater and Fern Hart and a reading
by Mrs. h. C. Palnton were all well
received. Mr. . H. H. Emmons spoke
on "Unity" wJilch wa listened to
with marked attention. Mlsa Mabel
Morse sang a solo: Mlsa Morse waa
at her "et and pleased her listeners
very mucin A eoclal time followed In
which the neonle took tha onoortunitv
ofettlng acquainted with tbe many
newcomera who have recently come
to mak their borne at this place.
Ice cream and cake were aerved In
the adjoining room, and the first pub
lic gathering which has been held In
the school bouse waa certainly a de
cided success and much credit 1 giv
en to mose wno bad tbe detaila of
program etc. In charge.
Mr. and Mr. Frank Hodaakln. of
Vancouver, Wash., e'ent Sunday with
Mr. and Mra. T. J. Spooner. r
Mlas Mary Pierce la one of the
happiest little girls at thla, place, as
her riding pony which strayed away
last week, ba been returned to her.
Mr. and Mr. Mlsner. recently of
Spokane, Mr. and Mra. Olln Ford and
Mr. and Mra. Edwin Newell and Glen
Newell, of Portland, were auests of
the P. D. Newell family on Sunday.
J. A. Boeabe. of Newport, arrived at
the Lodge, looking after business In
In an auto accident which occurred
Monday afternoon on the Webster
road, Mrs. Benford and Mis Lane
were seriously injured. The former
sustained a fracture of a knee cap,
and the latter a sprained back. An
ambulance waa called and both ladle
were taken to a Portland hospital.
word Is received from Mrs. H. D.
Jennings that her health 1 much Im
proved. If no relapse occurs she will
soon return borne. Mrs. Jennings is
at the home of Mra. Plckard In Port
land. Olive Peterson, the daughter of Mr.
and Mr. Fred Peterson, la 111 with
stomach trouble. Dr. Norris of Ore
gon City, I in attendance.
Mrs. Jones, wife of the Rev. J. L,.
Jones, ha been confined to ber room
and bed for about ten daya with a se
vere attack of nervous prostration.
A. E. Holcomb and family, of Port
land, and C. W. Casto of Cams, apent
Sunday with R. B. Holcomb and fam
ily. The sale of the Leach place, aa
noted aome weeks since, did not ma
terialize; but last week W. E. Leach
made a bona fide sale of all bis prop
erty here, and will oon leave town.
Clackamas regret to lose any of Its
citizen, but it ha a changing popula
tion, ao we welcome the coming guest
and bid God speed to the departing
One. v. V
Isaac Johnson, W. W. Smith and
Otis Welch are busy hauling powder,
wood, lumber, piling, etc., every day
tbat the weather will permit
Good work Is being done at tbe cem
efery. An Iron front fence, with
handsome arch and gateway; tbe
side and back fence made good and
durable: tbe enclosure platted Into
numbered lota, to which warranty
deeda can be given, I a email part
of what ha been done under the man
agement of the Clackamas . Cemetery
Mr. and Mra 8wope vlalted E. W.
Hornscheck Sunday afternoon.
Will Moehnke 1 building a board
fence along tbe Beeson Hill road,
which adds to the appearance of his
place and makes It safe now for travel
er around "Cape Horn
Among the Shubelite In Oregon
City Saturday were Mr. Kllnger, Her
man Moehnke, John Blubm and Rob
Tbe baseball game Sunday after
noon between Shubel and Logan re
sulted la Shubel'B favor 8 to 4. Tbt
make four aucceaalve games.
Some cattle from an outside district
are apt to be taken up here some of
these day It not kept at home. No
cattle are allowed to run at large in
this precinct, and the owner are ad
vised to watch their stock.
George Klrbyson,, whp wa home
for a few daya, has gone down the
river again to work at hla old trade.
n the matter of the Estat of Ernest
Marshall, a minor,
It appearing to the Court from the
petition of Julia Callff:
That she Is the duly appointed,
quail fled and acting guardian of the
person and estate of Ernest Marshall,
a minor. . .
That said Ernest Marshall la the
owner of a one-ninth Intereat In and
to the following described real estate
situate In Clackamas County, Oregon,
to wit: The East Half of the North
East quarter of Section 15, T. 3. 8. R
4 E. of the Willamette Meridian, and
that aald Ernest Marshall has no other
property and there Is very little In
ome from said property, that It 1
necessary for the aupport, education
and nurture of said minor that said
property be eold. and It will be for
the best Interest of aald minor and the
persona Interested In aald property
that the same be old, that the pro
ceed thereof can be used to educate
said minor and ucfc part thereof as
will not b neceasary for uae for ncn
purpose can he Invested so a to bring
better return than can be polbly
made from present arrangement.
, That the person and those inter
ested Jn said lands and the next of
kin of said Ernest Marshall are: Ju
lia Callff. hi mother, Harvey Mar
shall. Susan K. Rhode, Alice Marshall
Kerr John A. Marshall, James Frank
Oglesby, Charlea E. Oglesby. George
A. De8hlelds, Marlon Dflfihlelds, Fran
ce DeShleld Yank. William Marshall
and D. M. Marshall. . ,
That It for tbe best Interest of ald
It Wouldn't Pay to Adyef&o
';-'.' i ' : . . t , ,
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A Poor Article- "
Nor a proposition of doubtful merit or honeaty for ad-readera
now.daye, are DISCRIMINATING. They know vali-es they know
GENUINE things, genuine opportunities.
. Any article which can be old by advertising la, by that Uet, a '
GOOD article. YOU are safe In buying a thing which ha "eto4
the fire of publicity. . ,-, ' ..
.' . " . t
The maker of a widely advertlaed article, commodity, le al
waya en trial for hla bualnes Ufa. He cannot amrk, nor cheapen hla
product and this Is tha beat possible protection fo the eenswmerl
V ' ' ''',..:'..-.)',; V
You are SAFE In buying advertised things It' the logle of
nowaday business eondltlona. - ;
estate that said aale should be at pri
vate sole for cash In band.
It la therefore ordered that the said
uext of Jrin and persona interested In
said estate appear at tbe Court House,
n Oregon City. Clackamae County,'
Oregon, at the County Court room,
on Monday, May 29th, 1911, at 10:00
A. M. and show cause If any they have
why an order and license to sell the
Interest of aald Ernest Marshall -In
and to said real etcate should not be
granted. - '' ' -
April 27th, 1911.
' R. B. BEATIE,
', ' ' Judge. 1
Wants,7 For Sale, Etc
Notices under these claaairied headfrna
will be lnred at one cent a word, fir'
Insertion, half a cent additional Inaer
tlona. one Inch card, fl per month hail
Inch card. (4 line) f 1 per month.
Caah muat accompany ordar unlt-aa on.
haa an open account with the Da per. N
ilaandal responalblllty for errors; when
iTora occur free corrected notice will EH
printed for patron. Minimum chare lie
WANTED Yon to know mat we buy
all kind of Curio, that w are In
tbe market for second hand Furni
ture and Tools. We also have a
good assortment or second hand
Furniture and Tool on hand for
aale to thoae 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 nearly new,
(Cheap. Inquire H. C. Hurlbut, 324
FOR SALE Two One . residence lota
The following list contain a few number selected from the cele
brated "CENTURY EDITION" at but 10c a copy. 8ome number in. any
blgt)-prlced editions would cost you from 25c to 75c a copy, and they are,
no better. ' We guarantee that each and every copy la a good as, or
better,-than tbe copies, you have been buying at many time the price we
If every cftlm we make la not as represented we will refund your
money witnoui question. . -
. Standard 8onge From
1 - "CENTURY EDITION." -
Alone. G. Med.,' Fltzglbbon.
Anchored, G. Low, Watson. -
Angel Voice Ever Near; Roberta.
Eve-Marie, F. High, (Hear U,' Oh
Father) Millard. -
Ave Marie. Eb Lw (Hear Vn, Oh
Bird and the Rose, The, F. High,
Calvary, Med., Rodney.
Cheole Love Long, Ed, Lw, Mon
crleft. Daddy, Ab Med. Behrend.
Dally Question, (Eng. and Ger.
Dear Heart. C Med. Mattel.
Dream of Paradise, Low, Grey.
From The Toll of the Sea, Trevel-
Harp that Once Thro Tara'a Hall,
The. Eb Med.. Moore.
Hear. U. Oh Father,' (Ave Maria)
F. High, Millard:
Heavenly Song. The, Bb Med., Gray.
If All the Girl Were Roses, Doug-lea.-
Jerusalem, Eb Low. Parker.
' Kathleen Mavoumeen, Eb Med.,
Last Hope, (from Gottschalk' Fav
orite Melody) Reiser. " ' j. t
Laat Rose of Summer, F7"Me4
Love' Old Sweet Song, Ab High,
Ijve' l4 Sweet Song, Ab High,
Mendelssohn ' 8prlng Song, F. Med.
Lyric by RosenfeM-
Palms, Palm Branches, Ab Med.,
Rosary. Ab. Med., King.
Star of Hope, (Sacred Song) F. Br.
nf Rt. Joseoh.
Toreador Song,, from Carraen
Med.. Blzel. .
When You and I Were Young, Mag
gie, F. Med., Butterfleld.
Standard Inatrumental From
American Medley (Music of the
Union) C and G. Grobe.
Arabesque Valse Eh, Lack.
Argentine L, (Silvery Thistle) F,
Ketterer. ' .- M '' '
Barcarolle (from Le Conte d Hoff
man) F, Offenbach.
Berceuse (from Jocelyn) Ab, God
ard. Bluebird, Melodle C,' Schiller.
Butterfly A, Grieg.
ranarv Bluette). C. Schiller.
Aam daim Hn fin ih Aarh
V-enveu v a vy. - - -
Clriblrlbla Walt F. Pestalozza. '
Crimson Blushes, Tone Poem, Op. Ll:ht CavsJry, Overture A, PP"
. i ' ' Mioerere f from "II Trovatore ) Km,
'Dance on the Green, Op. 250, F,
Bonn,,.. ; p - ;
Theabove are only a few of the.
"CENTURY EDITION." which are
tbe puoiisnea price may oe. -
Pav ua a visit It I worta'wnii to inapwi um
Edition, or writ for a complete catalogue. It a FREE. Don't pay more than
"Century" price. ; , .. .. , ' .
THE EXALL STORE
9th and Washington 81., very cheap.
Terms.. Enquire 418 7th 8t , .
ACREAGE One to five acre In light
of Oregon City, $150 and $200 per
acre;-good level land; one mile
from car line. Clyde a McRae, 100J
Main SL, Oregon City.
FOR 8 ALE Must sell, cow, hog,
sheep, goata, chicken, machinery,
cream separator, fruit, piano, ofa,
side-board, Jar everything. Call
and tee Maiden Route No. 2 Oregon
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 value. J C
H. Dye. 8th ft Main Streets.
BUILDER AND CO ""-at ACTOR.
HARRY JONES Builder and General
Contractor. Estimates cheerfully
given on all claaaea of building
work, concrete walka and reinforced'
concrete. Re. Phone Mala 111.
O. D. EBY, Attorney-at-Law, Money
loaned, abstracts furnished, land
title examined, estate settled, gen
eral law buslnesa. Over Bank of
Oregon City. . -
U'REN A 8CHUEBEL Attorneys- tr
Law, Deutscher Advokat, will prao
tlce In all courts, make collections
; and settlements. Office In Enter
fprls Bldg., Oreion Cltv. Oregon.
B. H. COOPHR. For Fir Insurance
and. Real Eatate. Let ua handle
your properties we - buy, sell and,
.exchange. Office In Enterprise
Bldg., Oregon City. Oregon.
Day Dreama. Reverie C. Llchner
Dreaming, Nocturne C, Llchner.
Dying Poet Bb, Gottschalk. --
Edelweiss Glide Eb, Vanderbeck. '
Fairy Wedding, Walta OV Turner,
Flower Song F, Lange. " .
Flower and Fern O, Reiser.
' General Grant' Grand: March F,
Mack." ' ' '-'''
Gypsy Dance, Dml. Llchner.. '.-'""
; Grand Imperial March C, Drnm- '
heller v' v ''- V
Heavenward March F. Vtlbr. '
Herdsman' Cottage Eb, Helna.
Humming Bird. Walts F, Schiller.
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 Cml,
Liszt. , . .
, La Sorella C, DalbreL .
i Laat Greeting (L' Adieu) Eb, Schv-brrt-Heller.
. , . -
IJaten tn th Mrwbtne Tllrd fl. Hnff-
Little Fairy, . Waltx G, Streabbog.
' Love and Flowers, A new Flower
8ong O, Aldrich. -Love
by Moonlight Bb, KlnkeJ.
Lullaby Db, Godard. '".'
Mary Pet Walt O. Mack. . ..
-' Merrr Widow. The Waits fl Ixhar.
Midsummer Nigbt'a Dream, Op. 76
Moonlight Sonata, Op. 27, No. 2 Cml,
Beethoven. . i ','
Mountain Bell JSchottlsche F, Kin
keL Music Among the Plnea Db, Wy-
My Treasure Walts C, BecuccL
Pilgrims' Cboru Eb. Lang.
Paluta Pesth (Famous OcUve
March) Db, Kowalskl.
Scale and Chords, Cserny.
Silver Nymph, Op.' 164 Eb, Helna. '
Rounds from the Rlnalnr Rocka Db.
npinnina: duuk r, aiiiimnimva. . -Spring
Song A, Mendelasohn.
8Ur of Hope. Reverie F, Kennedy.
8tars of Glory F, Kennedy. ;
Traumerel and Romance T, Schu
mann i ,
Trovatore, 11, Op. 39, No. 3 Eb,
Tulln O. Llchner.
Twilight Reverie Eb, Guy.
Under the Double Eagle, March Eb,
Up In a Swing, Reverie Ab, Mon
talne. . r , ' ., ' ;
Valae In E Flat Eb, Durand.
Valse Arabequ Eb, Lack.
Whlnperlnga of Love Ab, Klnkel. .
Whlppoorwlll, Nocturne F, Schiller.
W1U O' the Wisp, OP. I". a"'
" r-. .tl
- , Witche' Dance D, MacDowell. ,
Woodland. Echoes Db. Wyman.
Verdi. . ' ;f , j' 1
, r William Tell, Overture 1, RolnL
Ixleen hundred number emP;ltit
aold at 10 cent a copy no matter what .
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