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M0RN1MQ ENTERPRISE, HATUilDAY, MAY 20, 1911.
For The Ladles Who Care
m tenon this store is jjrowin so popular, is because
J! .re first to have what the ladies want in the very
i ! stylo. Ladies want style, and here you et
K ami quality at modesf prices. We ire now
Wnwlnt tn - iwimmwiiiuu tuus lor ladies, and
'jifJ waists wlthhlmono sleeves, in the new black
.i white nets and marquisette in plain and fancy em-
'Suspension Bridge Corner
r, Lor9 h4rt"
uk. Mulviney, of Carua, was in
U ,itjr rrlly. ,
taRIti". "t lluiura, was in, una
n..,u- lUkt-r. if Cams, was among
VOrei"" visitors on rrlday.
. rfri babv waa born to Itev. Krox-
Lf (ad Thuraday.
tu produce I'nloo aells Hay and
irii P. porter, of lextugton, Mor-
Ueoontjr. Oregon, who was dole-
in Buhl, "f Clarkee, u In thie
bT jg FTIUU), imviiig v..
L O. Atlli"lt haa very
If lib h'-mortiiM of th brain,
Mr FluM'-ii'l'T, on of the firmer
Igetrcr fin k, as In Oregon City
l.i C. A Mason, of (ht city, visit-
Uiitkbr lter. Mrs. Conrge Hat
W,f Portland, on Thursday ,
TW Product" t'nloa sells Arsenate
r .annular, one of I h well-known
Lilinta of Carua, was in tbla city on
D4 Kaim-raih and brother Oeorge.,
m nwlili m ur t'arua, were In thin
Van Etrsns. one of the well-known
Iraon of H.:'lille, was In thla city
Surge Dniln. representing the
ha a Hrtiilliomnie Company, of
Mini, wax In tbla rity Friday.
1 Sullivan, of Highland, well-known
tktt am tUin, waa in Oregon City
lTt produco raion sells berry-
tin Louise Walker, after vlaltlng
Vda In Knn'-n for the past week,
awse! to her home In thla city on
If. P. Klrrhem, one of the well
V farmes of Clackamaa county,
vat home la at liogan, waa In tbla
tnmaai'thig bualneaa Thuraday.
Mr. HarrlM and aon. William Itarrla.
) Prlil ay mornlna for Europe.
they wlllrlalt relatlvea for
Wnontha. Mr. Harrla la one of the
JwlMnt Haw mill men of the county.
Mr. tnd Mra. Henry Wetiler are
wulnlnit their niece, Mlaa Ruth K.
uwr, or rnrtland. Mlaa Wetiler
to make about two weeka'
l Ethel Til ha, ru( Melalla, who
n attending the Rebekah Aa
Mr In Portland, waa In thla city
ftUay on her wa borne. While
tli city arte waa the gueat of Mra.
Aiwighl. ; ; : , i ,
Ploy Stewart, of Carua, ho la
ng aoiionl In thla city, prepar.
ID tlM..tmu k . 1 1 1 l..H. An
. ' "IHW H IVKHVI, Will IVITf 1111
inxrnlng for ber home,
the will apend Saturday and
Hh her parenta, Mr. and
r- C E. Stewart
IIAVINU puhaatid the aimk of
giot erlea of Uueuther A BrhulU, I will
make prlona to cloae out. J. Matt
Ify, 7" h arret-t.
X AfiLES' BIO HOOKS ENABLI
HIM TO HIDE BALL.
Harry Able, the .Unit touth
w pli. lit r of I lie New York
AiiirtiitiK, eujoya mu uioat
inilitie dhjliu-tloii. He bu the
liii.Ht ImprcHMlvo act of lianda
ever aiH-i. In pnifeiMlunal luiae
I'Hll. 'llie liniiin thnt Uonua Wn.ner
onlla hiiiida dwlmllii into IiikIk-tilfli-uin-e
u ltntfHlt tint "liixiUft"
of the l)lif nvw Mrt Mil.-r from
Teioa, Not only nr Ablea'
hamla eicepfliMinll) , lurna - na
larve aa iutvul n mhIiIh.uhU ul
ino-t - (tut tiU Uiiu'i un-. fxecp
llnanlly Uuiii. "i'lip dl.'ilM lire
I'idk rlmt Alilf- ran hli'.w n riTii
la t Ion bnw-lMill In tin? pnlm of lila
bul A reKUliitliin liuM-lirtll, t.v
the way, la ulun Im lii, In rlr--umfcren-e.
Ablea baa a . much , mil urn I
"atun"" na any ltiln.r wlm Iiiih
eirer been In fuf t riuiipiuiy. 1 1 it 1
he the rUperU'iK-c of aotiie of tin'
old lienda he would rUlit mw le
one of the icrenteot plu-nuinx of
all time. He ran Dimply 1 nn
thing with the old Imno'liiile.
Ablea lMllevea Hint bla Mb
banda and long flngcra jflve lilm
natural advnntaK iMwaeaneil by
no other nmjor h-nciio pllrlier.
Ilia Ongera are o bmg thnt Hie
bull drop In and among Ihi'in
luiii'h a it iiinrMe wmiUI In Un
hand 'of a b"y- (onciin'iiily
Ablea diM imt hare ti rover tip
bla i'lt hlntf hand with liU jrlove.
aa moat twirlera dn.
HH N f-M-e- f i H-l I M--e
i Specialty ntrcatlng to Woman.
Kew women are phyalrally perfect
and. In fact, medical record a go to
ahow that Mirhapa, tb great majority
of women atiffer from aome more or
leaa aerlona llment ecullar to the
To place a reliable treatment within
the reach of aurh peraona -one that
did not contain anything In any way
lnurlotia to the ayatem Rexall Vege
table Compound waa flrat offered for
Practical demonatratlona have lnce
proven that thla preparation, having
for ita baala th formula uaed by a
reliable phyalrtan wha made a epeo
laltyof auch caaea, la all that haa
been claimed for It, and we offer you
Kesall Vegetable Compound with toe
aaauranc that It will prove beneficial
In the treatment of auch caaea, or we
will promptly refund any money you
may have paid ua for It.
, Rexal Vegetable Compound can
be obtained only at our atore The
Rexall Drug Store. Price, $100 per
bottle. Huntley Droa. Co.
lb. in? , W!."'"aUuB lor
,1!!;"!'' AIbrt c,rt". wn
1 V, f ot iU ttwn "Ployed by the
comrartora. Moffatt ft Parker, on
Waahlniton Htreet, a f.w day,'
trying la vain to pull a heavy van of
ngton Htreet near Kleventh. 1 told
the driver who hid come to thla city
ron, Portland. , remoy. h
H 1.1 fa-ten the cibl. which la uaed
?. J . ":rl'on cf ,n" dirt oar on
''r1' Th dliver n"nedl.t.ly
cona.-t.ted, ,a the cable hauled the
or" h",' W h'" W"b MM Act long
v 'L n"'d " l'lreclau,d
y the Humane Wlety.
t ; liy M. QUAD
Copyright.. SU, by Aiaoclaled LIN
rmry I 'rem.
HORSE IS WIPE PENCE VICTIM.
Animal So Badly Injured Sheriff Maaa
Word waa received in thla city by
E- O. Caufleld, one of the membera of
the Clackamaa County Humane So
rloty, that a horae had been badly
Injured In a field at Meldrum by com
ing In contact with a barbed wire
fenceand that It needed attention. The
owner of the horee could not be found.
Mr. Caufleld, accompanied by Sheriff
Maaa. haatened lor Meldrum. The
borae waa found lo be In a dylnn
condition and the aherlff ahot It.
There have been eeveral caaea re
cently of. tbla kind reported to thla
aoclety, aa well aa, caaea of cruelty
YouXS for the AsfeSfflg
A S IX -
For and we will give yon with .
4 months subscription
By Carrier "
at 45c the month
6 months subscription
4 By Mail
i at 25c the month
TO THE - i
MORNING ENTERPRISE 7
Beautiful China . PLAQUE Doratcd Handsomely
I Theae are a variety of patterns to choose from,
jftake your selection early. ,
Subscribers May Have Them Too l
i To any present subscriber who will bring us four
w subscriptions we will present one of these
dutiful dishes. . ' -
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U SELECTIONS MUST BE MADE AT THE OPPlCE OP THE ,
Qregon ity pntetpfise
ANK or ORtOON CITY DUIL0IN0
The village of MvUluu bad long Uuu
at peace. Ho one could recall when
Here bml U-eu a lavault or any trou
ble In tho church. No Area bud taken
place, and no oue had beeu drowned. in
the mill pond.
- All Tbla waa not. changed In the
twinkling of an eye, but In about a
week. The Widow Wrong moved over
there from lirautvllle, and one of the
thing aba brouiibt with ber wu nn
old allotted cow. phe bad a moral ami
legal right to do tlita. rhe a ro hud a
moral ami legal rlbt .to let tUnt old
cow run at large In the atree a. That
I the runt nui )u mol all vlllagea.
The cow waa elsed up. but with no
critical eye. Sbe waa Judirod to he
good tempered and law abiding. She
betrayed a becoming modeaty and had
no fi'.inrrel. Hut the towu waa dr
iclvcil In thut cow. rieacon LU-grant
utMike one morning to And ber in bla
ninlcii. She had eaten every atalk of
bla preen com. He waa a good man,
tin (IcMi-oii, but he fult it hla duty to
take a club to that old cow and thump
ami pound ber and ruu her out of bla
gnrdeu. Wllliln two houra after he
hnd done ao be had a Inwault on bla
lianda. The Widow Strong proxii-d to
aland by her row at all bnxurxta.
(if courno the deacon had to bring a
counter ault That old afxitted cow
broke Into another garden. There waa
no corn there, but abe waa not a par
ticnlar cow. She filled op on beet.
radlahee and cucunibera and In the
(horning waa found complacently
chewing her cud in the onion bed.
Tire garden of a third cltlicn waa
apolled. then a fourth and fifth. At
amidown that cow would be lying In
the duaty atreet with half cloned eye
and a look of Innocence on ber face.
Three houra later abe would be play
Ing the role of devaatator. Moat of the
fenrea had atood for twenty yeara. and
abe found little trouble In puablng ber
way through tbetu. When ber eeceu
trie conduct became kuown doaena of
rltlzeiia aat tip nlgbta to get a whack
at her. She did not alwaya come oil a
winner, but with the tater buga to aid
her abe did falrl well. Even- time
abe waa found in a gardeu ahe wa t
j thumped; every time abe waa tbum)ed
meant a lawault; every time there waa
a new lawault the town waa divided
Tblnga couldn't go on that way. The
eelcctruen of the vlllnge held a ae. lul
meeting and decided to officially appeal
to the Widow Strong to eell out that
old cow to the butcher.
Not If I know tuyarit," waa ber re
ply. "I have owned that cow for thir
teen yeara, and I don t propoae to aee
no butcher make beef of her. It lan't
the cow, but the fencea. Make 'em fix
np their fenrea, -and the cow will aUy
on the outalde." '
Then tho aelectmrn held a apecial
meeting and reaurrected an old ordi
nance by which a atray cow could be
Impounded and bold for any damage
It might do. A delegation waited ou
the widow to notify her, and abe laugh
ed In their facee.
'No auch bluff goea with mo," ahe
added. "There are thirty cowa at large
in thla town. If you take hmie yon
take the othere. Go to graaa with your
The mlnlater of the only church In
the village had kept clear of the affair
up to now, but thlnga were getting ao
hot that he waa dragged In. He waa
aaked to call on the widow and talk
cow to her talk old potted cow. He
didn't fancy the Job, but stilt be called.
Of course he had a lot to say before
be got arotmd to the cow question, and
be had scarcely touched upon It when
tbe wldow'a chin waa In the air and
"I tell yoo I won't have that dumb
animal abused! She's atood by me.
and I'm going to atand by ber."
The good man went away disheart
ened. And yet, after all, it waa be
who solved the problem. He benrd
that Eldor Comatock, widower, had
been aeen calling on the widow, and
he eenfi for blm and said:
"Elder, are yoo well enough ac
quainted with the Widow Strong to
form an opinion regarding ber?"
"Very eet in her waya," waa the reply.
"Too are alone In the world, elder?"
"You managed poor other wife?"
"And If yon were married to this
woman I believe poo could manage
I-dunno abont that: I dnnno." ,
"And you could aell or trade thnt
cow and bring peace to the (own. The
church la threatened with disruption.
Something muat be done."
"You don't mean I ought to marry
tbe widow r
"Well, don't you think you'd-be hap-
, "I I might"
' "And If you can eettle thla cow ques
tion ladt It jour duty to aacrlflce a
little?" , .
She'a a woman that will throw
thlnga when she peta mad," aald the
Older after a long alienee. .
"But that old cow la devastating the
Tillage. Elder, you'd die for your coon
try, wouldn't you?" ' ,'
The elder took a couple of days to
think It OTer and then called, proposed
and waa accepted.. A month later he
and the widow were married. The
net day that old spotted cow mys
teriously dlaappeared, and the doTe of
peace came back and aUU hovers OTer
, tbe town. 1 ' '
Dr. Dedman haa been confined to
the houae for several days by an at
tack of rheumatism.
J. R. Macy, of Canby, has purchaaed
a Heed-French piano from Ed. Kruger.
Mr. -A. W. Uutterfleld, prealdent of
the United States Flower Map Com
pany, Uirt cairby Tueaday for a alx
weeka stay In the Kaat. He baa plan
ned to visit New York. Waablncton
Mlaa Easter Holzman made a bust
neas trip to Portland Wednesday.
Mini ungaey ana Mra. T. Cowen
visited the Lindsey's here Tueaday.
Mlaa Elbel Ferguson visited rela
tive here recently,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Illalr went to
C. 1). Dlllard, from Canby, who made
a bualneaa trip to Prtmeville, Madraa
and Matoles, has returned.
lanuy la to have a five, ten and
fifteen rent atore. Goods are on the
way. The building la being rushed
o completion.. The exterior haa al
ready received a coat of paint. Mr.
rreister, wb recently sold the bual
neaa he had been carrying on for the
Watklna Medical Company, 1a the
p'-raon to be thanked for tbla new
The children of Canby are to have
the pleasure. teoon of again rldln on
i'Merry-go-Rbilnd. Mr. C. N. Waifs
lot haa been rented and the work of
putting up the awing Is now In progress.
Notices are posted uo for a spec
ial tax levy of two mills, the purpose
being to buy a city park for Canby.
The trfiot of land which the city hopes
to purchase la the grove owned by
Mra. Ogle. Tbe electron will be held
on Mnv 27.
AMONG THE CHURCHES
Baptist Cor. Main and Ninth streeta.
Itev. S. A. Hayworth pastor, rea.
Ill Ninth; 8. S. 12 noon, H. E. Crosa
supt.; morning aervlce 10:30, even
ing 7:30, Y. P. 8- C. E. C:30 p. m.
and Juniors aame hour. . Weekly
prayer meeting Thursday at 7:30
Catholic Cor. Water ana Tenth Sta,
Rev. A. HUlebrand pastor, res. 911
Water; Low Maaa 8 a. m., with ser
mon; High Maaa 10:30 a. m., with
sermon; afternoon aervlce 4: CO.
Maaa every morning at 8:00.
Congregational Cor. Main and Elevrntb
streets. Ilev. Wm. M. J'roctnr pastor,
res. 09 Third: 8. 8. 11 noon, John Ixiw
ry aunt.: morning service 10.10. even-
In IT 7:10. younc nopla (:10. Wn-kly
prayer tnsetlna; Thursday at 7:10 p. m.
Christ Iv. Lutnran Cor KlaUth and J.
Q. Adama street. Kev. K Schmidt
oastor. rea. SO J. Q Adamc 8. H
SO a. m.; preactilnc afternoons of firat
snd third Bundavs at 2:10 In Ensllon.
oilisr Munday aervlce moralDga at 10 ::
wnn preaching ID Oermnn.
Christian Science Ninth and Cen
ter atreets. , Sunday service 11 a. m.
8unday achool 11 noon. Wednesday
evening 8 p. ra.
German Evangelical Cor. Eighth and
Madison streets. Rev. F Wleveslck pas
tor, rca. 711 Madison: R. K. 10 a. m.,
Herman Bchrader. Monroe street, supt ;
mornlnc service II. yoi'ng neople at 7
p. m. and preaching at f p. aa. Prayer
meeting Wednesday at 1:19 m. as.
Gladstone Christian Rev. A. H. Mulkey
Rutor, res. (iladatone; 8. 8. IS a. m.,
. C. Ilendrtcks supt. t morning service
It o'clock, evening service 7. JO. Week
ly prayer meeting Thursday 7:10 p. m.
Mountain View Union (Cong.) 8. 8.
p. m.r Mrs. J. H. Qulnn, supt.;
Dlble Btudy every Thursday after
noon; E. C. Dye will preach at 7:)
o'clock Sunday evening.
Msthodlst Main atreet cor. Seventh,
Kev. E. F. Zimmerman pastor, res.
cor. Sixth and Washington; 8. 8.
:45 a. m., C. A. Williams, Olad
atone, supt.; morning service 10:46,
Kp worth League 0:30, evening aer
vlce 7.30. Prayer meeting Thurs
day 7:30 p. m. Morning subject,
"The mind Man of Jeruselam."
Evening subject, "Tbe Unrealities
and Inhumanities of Christian
eyeebyterian Seventh street cor Jeffer
son, Hev. J. II. LaJideborouab pasinr.
res. 710 Jefferson; 8. 8. 10 a. m., Mrs.
W. C. Oreen supt.; morning srvlo 11
a. m.. Y. P. 8. C. E. ; p. in., even
ing servlcs 7:10. prayer meeting Thurs
day p. m.
Morning subject "Honor Reward
ed." Evening "Why Am I Not Chrl
Parhplaee Congrseatlonal Rev, J. L.
Jones pastor. Tea.- Clackamas; 8. 8. 10
a. m., mery French supt.; preaching
services each Sunday, alternating bu
tween 11 a. m. and 7:leVp. m. CIiriM
tlan Endeavor Thursday evening 7:30
SL Paul's Rev. C. W. Roblnaon, rec
tor. Dally services: Morning pray
er, 7 a. m.; Holy Eucbarlat, 7:30 a.
m.; evening prayer, 7:30 p. m. Sun
day services: Holy Eucbarlat 8 a.
m.; morning prayer, 10:30 a. m.;
Holy Eucbarlat and sermon, II a.
m.; evening prayer and sermon,
7:30 p. ra.; 8. 8., 12 m.; Thursday
evenings, sermon at 7:80 p. m.
United Brethren Cor. TCtuhlh and Taylor.
nev u. r. tiaras pastor, res. fort I ana; ;
0. B. It a. m., Frank Pnxker, Ma.le
iMnr, supt.; morning servlcs 11. Y. P.
8. C. E. p. m.. evening servloe 7. I
Rev. F. C. Clark' will occupy tbe i
pulpit at 11 o'clock Sunday morn-'
Wlllsmetts M. C No regular preaching I
services. 8. 8. 1 p. ra.. Mrs? Reams ,
Zlon Lutheran Cor. Jefferson and Elghih
streets, Kev. W. H. Kraxherirer pa.
tor, res. 720 Jefferson; 8. 8. 0:10 a. m .
Rev. Kraxberaer supt r morning service
10:10, evening 7:46. Luther League. 7
p. m. -..
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Heart to Heart
By EDWIN A. IVYE.
The way it is kept makes all the
difference between the Unit sold
by this store and the kind you see
Choice fruit v :
must be treated
both for our sake and yours. Apart from
exposing it for sale in an appetising waywhich
is really " part of our method of selling we
make a point of seeing that every possible care
is taken to keep it as clean and fiesh as if our
whole reputation depended on that alone.
Our choice fruit ie consequently well named it is the best
70U can buy or eat in this town. ..
These are some of our specials
tor-the current week,
Large Juicy Oranges 20c, 30c, . Strawberries ........2 Bx. 35c
- . 40c, 60c Dor. r ' . . ' Bananas ....... ...... .25c Dox
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SsaVJaVJi .' . t
J. E. SEELEY
CORNER 9TH AND MAIN STREETS
Furnished with operating
room, ward and private
Pac. tZAi Home D-298
Cor. Vaughn and Twenty-fourth Sta.
May 16, 17, 18, 19, 20. 21.
Games Begin Weekdays at 3:30.
Sundays, 2:30 P. M.
LADIES' DAY FRIDAY.
Boy Under 13 Free to Breachera
' 191 I
During the months of May, June, July,
August and September, on dates
shown below, the
will sail round trip tickets from
Oregon City Via Portland
BE CAME BACK.
VTby did the millionaire of St. Louis
who fled to Parts during tbe boodle
exposures In that city and wua Indict
ed for alleged brltwry return recently
and Klre himself upT
Wbat la there in tbe breast of tbe
wrins(doer that makes blm alwaya
long to go to tbe place moat danger'
ous, tbe scene of bla wrongdoing;?
Tbe PL Loo Is man did not come beck
because of lack of money. ' Hla wealth
Is estimated at S20.00U.U00. made In
tbe brewing business. So far aa mon
ey Is concerned, he could have re
mained In exile Indefinitely.
And yet - -
With unlimited means and freedom
to roam the world, nine yeara was tbe
limit of bla ability to stay away from
his old borne.
It has boon proved over and over
ajrnlu In the history of lite race that
the old Bible' Is rlplu when li sir": '
"Tin sure rnr sin will dud you 001."
Which, rotne to thl-ik of It. Is a n-r
rtf.vlnir derlnratlon. When ynn do 'A
Brent wron;t yon create a thing w;tliln
ron thnt will himi yn down There
Is some! nine liiflde you that will be-
trft. Von ran not trust It. Too are
never safe. Yon cannot rnn away
from It. It la part of you'
"Which way 1 turn la hell." aald
Milton's poor Rntan: "myself am hell."
And this thine Inside you. thla mon
ster, will pnnw at your vltala, making
an awful nnrest. ao that yoo can neT-
er be sr. Mined nntll you make surren
der and complete atonement.
"The wniros of sin la depth."
Tbe wairea'of aln la riot mere phys
ical death. To many a sinner that
would be the easier way. The wagea
of sin Is splrlrnal death, which la In
definitely worxe. It Is living death.
You are chained to your rock life Pro
metheus and watch with horror the
rnltures feeding1 on your vltala.
The world may not find yon not bnt
yonr sin will
Foollxh man who fancies the only
penalty of law violation la to ba found
nut hy the law! There are worse
thine thnn the penitentiary.
Chicago t 73.00
Council Bluffs 0.50
Kansas City 6030
8t. Joseph ..1 M.BO
St. Paul 60.50
8t. Paul, via Council Bluffs .... 54.40
Minneapolis, direct ' 60.50
Mlnneapol a, v a Couno I Bluffs . 64.40
New York 1M.00
St. Louis 70.50
Washington, D. C 108.00
Msy 16, 17, 18, 19, 22, 23v 24, 25, 27, 28
June S, 7, 9, 10 12, 16. 17, 21, 22. 28, 29,
and 30. ,, '
July 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 19, 20, 26 27 and
August 3, 4, 5, 14 15, 16, 17, 21, 22, 23,
28, 29 and 30.
September 1, 2, 4, 6, 6 a d 7.
Stop-overs -rlthln limits in either di
rection. Final return limit
October Slat. ;
For fares one way through California
Inquire of any Southern Paclflo :
agent, or write to
WM. McMURRAY, ,
General Passenger Agent '
1911, and If you fall to appear or ans
wer said complaint on or before said
date, the Plaintiff will apply to the
Court for tbe relief demanded In hla
"For a decree of this Honorable
Court dissolving the bonds of matri
mony now existing between the Plain
tiff and tbe Defendant, and for such
ctber and further relief as la Just
and" rnect -In tho premlsea. .,..
Tbla summons la served upon you
by publication thereof for alx succes
sive weeks, once each week. In the
Oregon Ci:y Enterprise, a dally news
paper of general circulation published
in Oregon City, County of Clackamas,
State of Oregon, by order of the Hon
orable J. U. Campbell, Judge of the
above entitled Court, which order la
dated tbe 28th day of April, isu
Date ot first publication, April 29th,
1911. Date of last publication, June
C. H. DYE,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
unique and also very rare. GEORGE
YOUNG, Main near Fifth street.
FOB 8ALE Two fine residence lota
9tjh and Washington 8ts, very cheap.
Terma. Enquire 413 7th St -
ACREAGE One to five acres in sight
of Oregon City, $1G0 and 9200 per
acre; good level bind; one mile
from car line. Clyde ft McRae, 1003
Main St, Oregon City.
FOR SALE Must sell, cows, hogs,
sheep, goats, chickens machinery,
cream separator, fruit piano;' sofa ,
aida-board, jars everything. Call
and see Maiden Route No. 3 Oregon
City, Oregon. - -
Wants, For Sale, Etc.
Notices under thesa clsaain4 neaainr
will bs tnssreed at on oral a word. iirs
Insertion, half a cent additional Inser
tlona. On rnch card, tl Pr month: halt
Inch card. (4 lines) tl per monLh.
Cash must aocompany order unless one
tina an open account with the papsr. Na
financial responsibility ror errors: wnert
errors occur ires correcieu noiit-w wiu u
printed for patron. Minimum chare tic
. BUILDER AND CO-otsjaCTOR. '
HARRY JONES Builder and General
Contractor. . Estimates cheerfully
given on all classes of boildlng
work, concrete walka and reinforced
concrete. Rea. Pboa Mala 11L ,
WANTED Toa to know mat we buy
all kida 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 Tool on hand for
aale to those In need. Come anJ
see; perhaps we have Juat what you
want Indian Curio and trinkets
for aale cheap; some that are very
O. D- 'EBT, Attorney-at-Law, Money
- loaned, abstracts furnished, land
titles examined, estates settled, gen
eral law bualneaa. Over Bank af
Oregon City. -
UREN ft 8CHTJEBELv Attorneys-at-
Tjiw, Deutacher Advokat, win prac
tice in all courta, make collection
and settlements. Office la Enter
prise Bldg, Oreaoa City. Oregon. 1
i H. COOPER, For .Fire rnsuraner
and Real Eatate. Let na handle
your properties we Buy, sell and
exchange. Office In Rater prise
, Btdg., Oregon CTty. Oregon. :,
In the Circuit Court of the 8tate of
Oregon, for Clackamaa County.
Ella Cronln, Plaintiff,
William Cronln, Defendant.
To William Cronln, tne above named
In the name of the State of Ore
gon, you are hereby required to ap
pear and answer the complaint filed
against you in the above named ault
on or before the 3d day of June, 1911,
said date being the expiration of el?
weeka from the first publication of
thla aummona, and If you fall to ap
pear or answer said complaint, for
want thereof the plaintiff will apply to
tbe Court for the relief prayed for in
his complaint, to-wlt:
For a decree dissolving the bonds
of matrimony now existing between
the plaintiff and defendant Thla aum
mona la published by order of Hon.
J. IT. Campbell. Judge of the Circuit
Court, which order waa made and en
tered on the 20th day of April, 1911,
and the time prescribed for publica
tion thereof la alx weeka, beginning
with the Issue of Saturday, April 22
1911, and continuing each week there
after to and including the Issue of
Saturday, June 8, 1911.
LATOURETTB ft LATOURETTE.
Attorneys for plaintiff.
"'. Summons. .
In the Circuit Courrof the State f
Oregon for- the County of Clacka
mas. ' .. ...
John C. Baker, plaintiff. ,
Hanna K. Baker, Defendant
In the name of the State of Oregon,
Greeting: - - . .
You, Hanna K. Dakar, are hereby
required to appear and answer the
complaint filed against you herein, on
or before the twelfth day, of June,
1911 Mitchell Afltomobilcs
Have you erer looked Into the detaila of construction snd the
mechanical features together with the handsome appearance
of the Mitchell Automobiles to find the reasons why they art
being bought by people throughout the state, who know the
value of a food car,. If you are at all Interested we will bo
pleased to demonstrate the car to you .with full Information
and can assure you that it Is well worth investigating before
buying. The car is absolutely guaranteed to do what we say
it will. If not wo are here to make good. When we sell
you a jcar we will' take care of your car one year free of
charge '.. . . ... ' ' "'.'.' . .
, . Price $1650- " ' . s t
Other models cheaper. Fully.equlppl F. O. B. OredoaCity.
Phone ua ior dVmoaatratioaanJ wa w3I call at your noma for
-you. . ,
., Some Good Batfains la Second Hand Cars ", ,
- C. G. Miller, Agcni
Garage Cor. 6tK and Main St. - ,