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About Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933 | View Entire Issue (May 31, 1911)
MOIiNlMQ ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 1911.
Just arrived and now UhVij shown in our
window, beautiful ladies ready made turn
per dresses in French ginghams, the new
-marquisettes and fancy lawns, with kimona
sleeves. Notice Window Display.
Suspension Bridge Corner
luirliii,..tl,ul V but ve Hunt U n
ilifii mid limuii that'll wnhli, aloif
iuI ready r r in aiignieM mum or in
tfk-mftou oM urjilnr. Homebody wbotaii
f wlili rye and IxtlU vara ojwu
ud ii" i nfmlil lo tackle anything
Amiilmiii -1 ee. air. ni send my
flh around ' 1
William tiuciither. of Shubel, wa
H thin rli) on Monday. ,
r. M. Maiden, of the county, was In
I tk ctcy Monday.
Good d potatoea 11 60 per enck
H WMor 8ia.
W. W. liwiii, of Aurora, waa In Mil
dtr oo lnnlueaa Holiday.
Thorna Klxh. of Mulloo, waa anionic
lb Orecu niy vlaltora on Tumulay
0n im:lie and daughter, of Uca-
1 nr Cretk. v. ere In the city Monday
Tht Produce lnton sells berry
J. T. f:rar of riarkee. waa In (hla
ittjron Saturday, Vlaltlng at the hum
! of Mr. G W. Grace.
Mm. M. I. Convert, of Venoouver,
fuh.. In In I h la city vlaltlng her
ttmnirr, Mm. William It Logu.
Mr. TliompKiii, formerly of thia city,
M o of Portland, waa In ihla cliy
Jim U llraudt and eons, of tbla
ettjr, went lo Shubel on Sunday, where
Ur m nt l ho day, '
The 1'riHiure I'nlon aella Aracuat
Mr, Kir in Hn and wife, of this city,
I trot io Shnlivl on Hunday, whore they
rttlttd friend and relallvea.
Ml Nomina Ktemaen went to Bell
Itood on Uiuiday, where ahe vlalted
Xr. and Mra. KTank Hoffman.
Mlw Ma Morley. who haa been via
UA Ikt Hlitcr at Orenoo, baa re
tarded io her home In this city.
Mlu Vatle Elliott baa accepted a
Milton ui bookkeeper for the Elliott
I Prk Kornge.
MIm oka McClurH of Portland.
ho i recovering 'rom a long alege
typiioi,) fpver, waa In tbla city on
! Sunday vuitlng Mlaa Nell Caufleld.
William Dlcklnaon. of Dorlnx. who
k bin a eueet of Mr. and Mra.
Cbirlei arker. returned to hla home
Tb Produce Union aella liar and
1. If Itov tt flan atNa.nleii K ai ai m f.
orid In thia city and la vlaltlng
(rlBdi, reglatertng at the Electric Ho-
Kmll (iuentber. one of the well-
town reMdenta of Shubel, waa In
lilt city on Sunday. He waa accom
'"led by hla wife,
mil Gordon, of Canbr. a young
, aMlnem man of that place, waa In
Othod City on Sunday, vlattlne- hla
er, Mra. Walter Welle.
Mra. Arthur Graham and daughter.
Sin Lena, Mra. George Fog and Mra.
I D. Morrell. of Portland, were In
tli cliy on Monday, the gueiU of
n. w imam Andreaen.
UIm Ana Alldradv. aftr vlaltin
J" a week with. relaUvea at Elk City,
u returned to Oregon City and re-
Yot&S for the Asfdfflg
v;"; a sii ,,;
For and we will grve yotf with a : ' '
4 months subscription
;v Dy Catftcr
at 45c the month , .
' TO THE
A Beautiful China PLAQUEDecoralj Homely
There are a variety of patterns to choose from.
Make your selection early. ' ;
Sobscribers May Have Them Too -:
To any present subscriber who will bring us four
new. subscriptions . .we will present one of these
beautiful dishes. . ; - "
ALL StLICTIONa MUST Bl MADI " AT THt OFFICE OF THE
Won rT ty' ntetptise
bank or orkoon city duiloinq
For The Ladies
umd her position with I be Huntley
Mrs. J. II. McUmuld and buby. of
Pi.rtlmid. are In tbla rliy vlaltlng Mra
M. , CIlHUtliail. fit Thirl
Main aire.,!. Mra. Mcltnnsld was for
ini7 Mamie Kvan, of tbla cliy
Ml Luclle Kli-kabauih r i-i.un.
0, Kan , arrived In (DM t.ly on yrU
day ami will a,,, ,urnrnBr ,0
Oregon. Ml lUckabaugh la the gueet
of Mr. and Mra. Jolm Ream, of Wll-
in iiri7 1 ic
Mlaa Vada Elliott, who left on H..i.
urday night for Woodburn, where abe
waa an over Sunday guet of Mr. and
Mra. Lyman Hliorey, hua returned
Word hna been received from Mra
W. A. Bbewman, who recently left ihla
rny ror Tlotieata, I'a., to the efect that
abe and her aon had arrived at that
place aafelv. and J he weather waa mi
uauully warm, the thermometer regis
tering loo In the ahade. .
If you have acreage or amall tracta
of In iid for aale clone In, Hat them
with me. km I have a good Inquiry for
(man tracta. J. u Swarford, Eighth
ana Main, Oregon City.
Jack ft. Caufleld. who recently re
turned from North Dakota, and who
la located In J'ortland connecied with
the Conley a porter Comttructlon
Company, la In t
thia city for a few
There will be danclug at Clour ('reek
I'ark Saturday evening. W, IE. Mum
power will carry partita to and from
the I'ark by auio. . The rate will be
13.00 for party of l. Further Infor
mil Ion call I'aclflo Karmera 173. Home
J !Wr., Myrtle Falrchlld, of Bcaitle,
nh.. baa arrived In thl city aud la
the gueit o' Mlaa llarah Koherta and
Kdward Hoberta.. Mm. Falrchlld waa
lornicrly Mlaa Myrtle Wataon, of thia
Cfty'. . Hho ' w ill remain here" for eev
Jooph Gerbr, of Portland, who for
merly realded In Ihfa city, were In
Oregon City on Monday, the latter go
ing to Canity before returning to Port
land. Mr. llarlmr la In the confec
tionery bualneia at Seventh and Hurn
hide, Portland, and Mra. Ilarlmr haa
gone Into almllar Uuilnew-at-Trmoiit.
Word haa been received In tbla city
of. I Me aaf arrival of Dr. and Mra. C
II. MelNMtier at Kelnlieck; lowawhere
thy were aummoiied by the aerlou
lllueaa of the former a nephew. The
boy h:ia ben confined In the hoapliull
with aplnal trouble, arid he la now
able Jo be out of the honpltal.
Mra. J. A. lUllef and daughter, Dor
othy, of Urn AnKclea. arrived In thia
city on Tucaday morning to vlalt the
former'a brother, O. J. Howell, ana
wife, Mra. Ilalley waa accompanied
here by her alater, Mra. T. J. Tappln
and daughter, Marlon, of Portland,
who apent the day with Mr. and Mra.
"NEWLY WEDS" ENTERTAINED.
Prlxee Are Won by Mra. Walter Well
and M. D. Latourette.
The "Newly Weda" were enter
tained by Mr. and Mra. William K.
Ixigua at their home on Ninth and
Min atreeta on Monday evening,
carda being the main feature of the
program. . the prlxea were won by
Mra. Walter Wella and M. D. La tour
ette, while the conaolatlon prlxe went
to Walter Wella. Refreahmenta were
Thoae preaent were Mr. and Mra.
Walter Wella. Mr. and Mra. M. D. La
tourette. Mr. and Mra. George Han
klna. Mr. and Mra. H. Hendry, Mr. and
Mra. A. Price. Mr. and Mra. W. R.
Loaua. Mra "Auguata Wtrner, Mra. H.
8. Moody. Mra. M. L. Coovert, of Van
Child to Be Burled Today.
The vouna aon of Mra. Waiter A.
Reed, which died Tuesday, will be
burled today. The child only lived
Read the Morning Enterpiiae.
6 months subscription
at 25c the month
Heart to Heart
By rUWUN a. NYE
' TMt 'GOING Of HUMANS,
iiie werld N gn.whm bein.r
Have you WW1 Ht.0 f
have wuminred at lu tM,Un,r'LKrU d
Jig power becau-e you ,, ,,,,
It move. thmt '
Z;.UV',",,U,,, "" "" 'rk ,'nd
Wm ed 0n Wm"'1
So , tl.e. .rorea of humanity- il.,w
but aure, '
J-ook over lu irHi-k.
A few cenvirle ,Imjr(. ot
be men and worn,.,, w.-re ivea to a
horde of petty tyrn.it. Sow. .are
n aome out of the way world corner,
the crack of the alave driver whip I
lo the middle age epldomlca awept
over EurojHr. dtroylng half the ,,,,.
latlona of comuiunltlea. Now you el
dom bear of the pliiKiie.
Once men aud women were tortured
and burned and harmed f.ir retlulon'a
oke Now. even In Turkey, there I
tolerance and rclljrloii,. liu-iiy
A hundred year aico the ll,ior tml.lt
waa common aiuonv the l.t p,-o.l
When the nilnlHter rn., tb.- AturtJ'TfJZZai-- He r-
wa aiwny on the MlilHmnrd
Nowaday It I .Horace l.. M.
drunken, and heiuitK-duimM h largely
couflne.1 to a low type i.r humnii.
Illatory l the ainry of-garinen4
rolled In M.nkI TiHlay" more lmior
lent than the enginery of rifled can
non ore die englnea of .eiiVi--Ciirlli,
Allan. WcKllughotixe und the while
palace at The llngue khikN for the
furled fing of battle.
(reedy, criminal, tbey are leu In
their ruthleo tyranny ihnu the feudal
lord who held Ibe power of life mid
death over men and women
And note pblbNilhropy.
A hundred year ago the Imane were
Chained like tienii In a cell, nnd prl
fine were veritable hell of torturu.
and hoNpltnlx. home for ibe friend
tear aud orguulied clmrlllen were tin
Philanthropy ' a the product of the
laat hundred year
And. mo you aee. when you look back
ward over the wenry wav bv which It
baa come the upwnrd trend of ntnig
gllng human I plain. "
. It cannot atnud Villi. It mnt an on
there la no place to atop thl aide of
Tou cnniiot atop the glacier with
yonr puny bond. . more can yoif"
top the atendy ongoing of the race.
The Ttoaditere also won and lost a
game. The last one wis a thriller,
going twelve Innings..
Following were tne results Tueaday.
Pacific Court league Portland 4-5
- - m
Oakland 8-3; San Francisco 13, Los
Angeles 1-4; Vernon 3-4, Sacramento
N'orihweMlern League Portland S-5,
Tacoma 7-2; Seattle 3-7, Victoria 2-2;
Spokane 3-5; Vancouver 1-2.
W. - U P.C.
lortland 32 24 .571
Vernon .32 28 .533
Oakland ......33 30 .624
San Francisco 33 30 .524
8acramento ,.26 31 .458
1am Angelea ..24 37 ..393
Spokane 28 12 .700
Vancouver 23 18 .561
Tacoma 23 18 .661
Portland IS 19 .500
Seattle 17 23 .436
Victoria 9 30 .231
A moat delightful aurprlae party
waa that tendered Mr. and Mra. O
Moehnke at their home at Shubel laat
Wedneaday evening, the occasion be
ing Mra. Moehnke'a thirtieth birthday.
The evening waa apent playing gamea
and cards, which were followed by de-
It goes without saying that the af
fair waa a delightful home gathering.
one which will not soon be forgotten.
Those who took part In the merriment
of the eveplng were Mr. and Mra.
William Moehnke, Mr. and Mra. Albert
Moehnke. Mr. and Mra. Herman
Moehnke, John Moehnke, Mra. John
Heft, Mra. Llxile Klebe, Messrs.
Boylea, Londergan and Mr, and Mra,
The Ladles' Aid met In the church
basement Thursday afternoon and tied
a comforter. The aoclety la ready to
do all klnda of work on abort notice.
Out of 19 eighth grade puplla only
five passed the examination, namely,
Anna Weber, Hulda Stromer, Jamea
ne'iy, Kan unn and Airrea Living
ston. - ' - ,
Saturday afternon the Sunday
school class of Miss Beatrice Sherk
gave her a birthday aurprlae party.
The class gave a present of a plant
Other presents were also received by
Miss Sherk. The afternon was en
joyed by all present and all wished
their teacher many returns of the day.
The speaking given by the boys bri
gade waa well attended. The boys
look fine in their new uniforms.
Fred Green, 'tit Portland, waa out
loklng after his property Saturday. .
Wednesday evening a aurprlae party
waa given Edwin Ellis In honor of his
eleventh birthday. The evening waa
pleasantly spent in muslo and games.
Mra. Kllla aerved refreshments. Those
preaent were Ruby Stromer, Jessie
Spldell, Edith Griffith, Dorothy Han
son, Kathryne Kuke, Margaret Lewla,
Bensle Vlglee, Madge Ellis, Hester
Armstrong, Paul Herron, Vernon Ben
nett, Lester Kuke, Gerald Bel ben. Ear
nest Griffith, Edwin Ellis. After
wishing Edwin many- more happy
birthdays, the children departed..
Crops of all klnda look extra fine,
regardless of constant ralna. , Strawberries-are
beginning to ripen, and
fruit of all klnda are la favorable con-
union. . i
Hlch . riroUiere of Eaatern Oregon
have horiee here on aale.
Frank Beee of Cottrell waa Id
Mra. L. McQugln waa In Portland
Monday, where ahe atUmded the fu
neral of her alater,
Mre. Tlllle Lake, of Gresham, vlalt
ed her mother the paat week.
Sandy acbool cloned wth appropri
ate exerclaea, which were attended by
a large crowd. There waa much In
ternet In the five acholara that took
the final examination, and all tba pu
pil aucceaarully paaaed one of the
hardeat examination ever given In
Clackamae County achoola. figuring
In mind the fact that only so puplla
auccottitully paaaed la all Clackamaa
County, of which Sandy furulabed five,
Sandy feel proud of It atudenta,
achoril and teacher MIh Oeaale Can
ning who baa been one of Sandy'a
moat aiiccemful teacbera. She haa
leuelVed numeroua congratulatlona,
one being from the county school au
perlntendent for the excellent record
and auccea h haa made of the San
dy achool. The following acholara
pained the examination: MUaea Helen
Parker, Jeaiie Geoicer, Letha Heera,
FloiHle Heighten and Harry MJtchell.
Jamea Atklna made a builnei trip
lo Hubbard laat Saturday.
Fred Shaffer of Molalla waa In town
Monday on bualneaa. t
Thad Btlpp of Mollula waa In town
on bualneaa Monday,
Howard Ecclea made a bualneaa trip
to Hlllaboro laat Saturday, and on bla
Mlaa Myrtle Iee of Loa Angelea la
vlaltlng her father T. P. Lee.
Jamea Evan, of lierkley, Cal., vla
lted Jamea Colby and wife Sunday.
Ma I looking after bla buxlnesa In
lu tte election held here laat Sat
urday for the voting of a two mllla
tax levy for a city park in Canby, It
wax defeated by a vote of 70 to 23.
The ball game between Canby and
the Overland Auto team from Pnrt.
Tand 1'iHt Sunday afternoon reaulted
in a victory for the home team. They
won the game by a acore of 17 to 6,
tbla time playing but nine inntnga. The
next game they play will be between
Aurora and Canby next Sunday after
noon at the Fair ground.
Don't forget the race meet to be
held here next Saturday, June 3.
V. II. Balr ahjpped the laat carload
of old potatoea 'or the aeaaon to Cali
fornia Monday. .
Three-Fourth Are Women.
Careful observers among the medi
cal profession estimate that of thoae
who aeek the services of a physician
three-fourths are women.
Many of these women are without
question In need of surgical treatment,
out pernaps the majority of them will
be greatly benefited by medical treat
In the course of treating such ail
ments, physicians have demonstrated
beyond question the value of certain
drugs In their treatment and, follow
ing the formula used by a physician
especially succeasful In auch caaea.
Rexall Vegetable Compound haa been
placed upon the market.
- Many women have learned by ex-
Furnished with operating
room, ward and private
Pac. 2243 Home D-298
Cop. Vaughn and Twenty-fourth 8ta.
May 30, 31, June 1, 2. 3, 4.
Gamea Begin Weekdaye at 3:30.
, Sundays, 2:30 P. M. -LADIES'
Boys Under It Free to Bleachers
During the months ef May, June, July,
Auguat and September, on dates
shown below, the
will sell round trip tickete from
Oregon City Via Portland
Kansas City ..
St. Joseph ...
St. Paul, via Council Bjuffa . .. .
Mlnneapol a, v a Couno I Bluffs
i e -e
St. Louis o,
Washington, D. C.
SALE DATES '
May 16, 17, 18, 19, 22, 2S, 24, 25, 27, 28
and 29. :
June B, 7, 9, 10 12, 16, 17, 21, 22. 28, 29,
anei to.- ..-;.. -
July 1, 2, S, 4, 6, 6, 19, 20, 26 27 and
28. - : - : ' . : ?
August 3, 4, B, 14 16, 16, 17, 21, 22, 23,
28, 29 and 3a . . . J
Septsmbsr 1, 2, 4, B, 6 d 7. . '
Stop-overs -vlthln limits In either di
rection. Final return limn
For farce one way through California
Inquire of any Southern Pacino
agent, c write to
, WM. McMURRAY,
General Passenger Agent
Portland, Oregon. .
perlence that their ailments were of
such a nature that they themaelvee
might . administer satisfactory treat
ment. . While we do not recommend
such a procedure, but strongly advise
that you conault with your physlclao,
we cannot apeak too highly of the
value of Rexall Vecetabla Com
for uae In auch caaea.
Pleaae remember that Rexall .air-
stable Compound can be obtained only
at our store The Rexall Drug Store.
Large 'bottles 11.00. Huntley Bros.
Notice of Acceptance of Street Im
Notice la hereby given. That the
City Engineer of Oregon City, Ore
gon, haa filed hla certificate of the
completion and approval of the work
done by Moffatt t Parker, contrac
tor!, on the Improvement of Wash
ington Street, Oregon City, from the
South aide of Second Street to the
Sornh side of Seventh 8treet, and
the City Council of Oregon City,
Oregon, will consider the accept
ance thereof, and all objections to
tho acceptance of said Improvement,
at the Council Chamber of aald City,
on June 14th, 1911, at 8 o'clock,
P. M. -
Any owner pf any property, within
the assessment ulstrict of said Im
provement or any agent of auch
owner, may at auch time or any time
prior thereto, appear and file ob
jections to the acceptance of said
Improvement, and such objections
shall be considered and all the
merits . thereof determined by the
Council at the above named time
and place. '
This notice Is publluhed In the
Morning Enterprlae and the time
and place were fixed by the order
of the City Council of Oregon City.
L. 8TIPP, Recorder.
Ordinance No. -.
An ordinance for the laying and con
struction of sewers for 8wer .Dis
trict No. 7.
Oregon City does ordain as fo!
Iowa : .
Section 1. The boundaries of said
District No. 7 and the property to be
benefited and assessed for the lay
ing and construction of auch aewer
la aa follows: '
. Commencing on the South line of
District No. 2 at the west end of
Alley dividing Block 30, thence east
erly along Alley to North East cor
ner of Lot 3. Block 69, on West side
of John Adams Street, thence South
erly along Joan 'Adams Street to
South East corner'of Lot 4, Block
92, at First Street, thence Weaterly
along First Street to South West
corner of Lot 4, Block 92, thence
Southerly to Alley dividing Block
91, (hence Weaterly along Alley to
North East corner of Lor 3, Block
84 on Washington Street, thence
along Washington Street southerly
to South East comer of Lot 4, Block
84 oh 8outh Street, thence Westerly
on South Street to South West cor
ner of Lot 4, Block 84, thence South
erly to Alley dividing Block 35,
thence Westerly down Alley to West
side of Center Street and at North
East comer of Lot 3, Block 80,
thence Southerly along Center,
t Street to South East corner of Lot
4, Block 80, at South Second Street,
thence Westerly along South Second
Street to South West corner of Lot
4. Block 75, thence Northerly along
West line of Blocks 75, 74, 73 and
70 to point of beginning.
Sectleji 2. Said aewer ahall be
constructed according to the plana
and spectflcationa now on file In
"the office of the Cty Recorder of
OreKon City and approved by reso
lution adopted by the City Council
. of said Oregon City on the 24th day
of April. 1911, which aald plana anJ
specifications are referred to In thia
ordinance and made a part thereof.
and the said sewer shall be con
structed as follows, to wit: .
The ' proposed dralnmge com
mences at Washington utreet and
Fourth street with a 12-Inch pipe,
thence down Fourth street to Cen
ter street, ' thence along Center
street to Second street, at thia
point an 18-inch pipe Is put in,
thence along Center street to First
street, thence down First street to
High street, thence across Block 47
to South End road, thence down
South End road to subway at Third
street, thence down Third street
across Main street to the Willamette
From Third street to Washington
street will be an 8-inch lateral
drain, 8-Inch lateral drain will be
run- on Second street from Center
street east to Bluff and West 150
feet, on First street from Center
200 feet east to Bluff, on Center
street atreet from First street 210
feet south, on South atreet between
High atreet and Center atreet to
Alley south of South atreet and
thence to South End Road. Also
from First street on High street
north 150 feet And said aewer
shall have all the necessary man
holes, lampbolea, laterala and con
nection. It shall be laid and con
nected according to plana and spe
cifications adopted and approved by
Section 8. The City . Recorder of
Oregon City Is hereby authorized to
advertise for and receive proposals
for aald Improvement, but the "City
Council reserves the right to rejec
any or all bids therefor, and the
Mayor and Recorder ahall enter In
to a contract or contracts with each
firm or corporation to whom the
contract or contracts are let by the
Council of Oregon City, for the Im
provement or parts thereof aa speci
fied In this ordinance.
Section 4. Whereaa, the territory
embraced In the proposed Sewer
District Js thickly settled and now
without proper aewerage or drainage
and la- a menace to the health of
that district and the people of Ore
gon City. It Is neceasay for the Im
mediate protection of the health of
th DeoDle of aald District and Ore
gon City that the said proposed sew
er be Immediately constructed andl
' an emergency In hereby declared tcai
exist and tbla ordinance shall take
effect and be In force Immediately
upon lta approval by the Mayor.
The probable whole coat of aald
sewer Is 810.9C7.00. '
Read first time nnd ordered pub
lished at a special meeting of the
Cltv Council of Oregon City, held on
the 29th day of May, 1911, and to
come up for second reaaing ana
final passage at a special meeting
to be held on the 14ih day of June,
1911. - . L. STIPP.
-'"l . ..
WHEREAS the City Councl of Ore
gon City. Clackamas County, Ore
gon, deem It expedient to change
the preaent existing grade of Mon
roe 8treet aald city from the South
' aide of Third Street to the South
Ide of Fourteenth Street aald city
from the present ' existing grade,
therefore, . '
, Be. It. Resolved, That the City
It Wouldn't Pay to Advert::
A Poor Article-
Nor a proposition of doubtful merit or , honnty for ad-readere,
nowaday, are DISCRIMINATING They know value they knew
GENUINE thing, genuine opportunities. . '.
Any article which cart be eold by advertising ie, by that teat,' a
GOOD article. YOU are eafe In buying a thing which .haa "etood
the fire of publicity." - " - . j ' s ., '
The maker of widely advertised article, ?- commodity, la al
ways on trial for his business life. He cannot shirk, nor cheapen his
product and thia la thi best possible protection fo the consumer.
You are SAFE In buying advertised things 4t's the logle of
now Jays bustnes conditions.
Courcll of aald Oregon City Intends
to change the grade of Monroe
Street from the preieut existing
grsde to the following grade, to
wlt: ' . . i '
Commencing on the South aide of
Third Street with an elevation of
297.5 feet, thence level across Third
Street to North side at an elevation
of 297.5 feet, thence on a descending
grade to South side of Fourth Street
at an elevation of 206 feet, thence
on a defending grade to the North
aide of Fourth Street at an eleva
tion of 266.00 feet, thence on a de
scending grade 137 feet North of
Fourth Street at an elevation of
258.00 feet, thence to the South aide
of Fifth Street at an elevation of
258.00 feet on the Eaat side of Mon
roe Street and 257.00 feet on the
West side o' Monroe Street.
Thence level across Fifth Street,
thence on descending grade to the
South aide of Sixth Street at an ele
vation of 260 feet, thence level
across Sixth 8treet, thence on an
ascending grade to the south aide of
Seventh Street at an elevutton of
264 feet on the Eaat aide of Monroe
Street and 2C3 feet on the West aide
of Monroe Street, thence level
across Seventh Street.'
Thence on a descending grade to
it- Sor.th side of Eighth Street at
an elevation of 262.00 feet, thence
, level across Eighth Street at an ele
vation of 262.0 feet, thence on a de
scending grade to the South side of
-Ninth Street at an elevation of 25L0
. feet on the East side of Monroe
Street and 248 feet on the West aide
of Monroe Street, thence on a de
scending grade across Ninth Street
to the. North side at an elevation of
249 feet on the East side ot Mon
roe Street and 246 feet on the West
aide of Monroe Street.
Tbence on a descending grade to
the South side of Tenth Street at an
elevation of 230 feet on the- East
side of Monroe Street and 228 feet
on the West aide of Monroe Street.
Thence level across Tenth Street,
thenc on an ascending grade to the
.. South aide of Eleventh Street at an
elevation of 232 feet on the East
aide of Monijpe 8treet and 228 feet
on the .West side of Monroe Street,
tbence level across Eleventh Street
Tbence on a level grade 66 feet
North of Eleventh Street at an ele
vation of 232 feet on the Bait side
of Monroe Street and 228 feet on
' the West side of Monroe Street
Thence on a descending grade to
.the South aide of Twelfth Street at
an elevation of 220.50 feet on the
East aide of Monroe . Street and
215.60 feet on the Weat side of Mon
roe Street. .
Thence level to North side ot
Thence on an ascending grade to
the South aide of Thirteenth Street
at an elevation of 235 feet on the
East side of Monroe Street and 234
feet on the West aide of Monroe
Street. . thence level - across Thir
teenth Street, thence on a descend
ing grade to the South side of Four
teenth Street at an elevation of
211 0 feet - .
Published by order of the City
Council of Oregon City.
, L. STIPP, Recorder.
Wants, Tor Sale, Etc
Notices under thaae claaatflad haadtna
will b maarted at on cent a word, first
Inaartton. half a cent additional tnaer
ttona. OH bMh, oar. s par maathi haif
inch ear. (4 ltna tl par month.
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Have yon ever looked into the detail! of construction and the
mechanical features together with the handsome appearance
of the Mitchell Automobiles te find the reasons why they are "
. being bought by people throughout the state, who know the
value of a good car. If you are at all Interested we 'will be
pleased to demonstrate the car to yon with full Information '.
arid can assure you that it is well worth investigating before
buying.' The car is absolutely guaranteed to do what we say '
1 it will. If not we are here to make good. When , we sell
' you car we will take care of your car one year free of ;
Price $1650 :-:h.-:.-.'. .'-V;
OtW moo'cls cheaper. Fully equipped F. O. B. Orerfom City.
Phone ui for damonatratioa had w witt eaDat your Lome for
Some Good Bargains In Secono! Hand Cars
C. G: Miller, Agent .
Garajfe Cor. 6th and Main Sta. '
Cash mast accompany ordar unfeaa en
haa an open aeoonnt with Uia paper. N
financial rcapoiialblUty for arrora; where
arrora occur fraa corrected notice will W
printed for patroa. Minimum chare Ho.
WANTED Woman to do plain aew
ing and make children's clothes,
. Phone Main 3044.
WANTED Girl or woman for houses
work; must be good, clean cook.
Phone Main 3044. Address box 409
Gladstone. ' ; a.
WANTED You to know tnat we buy
all klnda of Curios, that we are In
; the market for second hand Furni
ture and Tools. We also have a
good assortment ot second hand
. Furniture and Tools on hand for
aale to thoae in need. Come and
see: perbapa we have Just what yon '
want "Indian Curios and trinkets -tor
sale cheap; some that are very
unique and also very rare, GEORGE
YOUNG, Mala near Fifth street
FOR SALE Top buggy. Almost new,
and single , harness. Inquire Jack
Albright Store, 7th Street
ACREAGE One to five acres in sight
of Oregon City, $160 and $200 per
acre; ''good level land; one mile
from car line. Clyde A McRae, 1003
Main 8t. Oregon City.
FARM LOANS Dimlck ' ' A J Dlmick,
Lawyers, Oregon City, Or.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN On first mort
gage; (500 and upwards j one year
or longer. ' Apply at once. Cross &
Hammond Attorneys at Law, Bea
ver Bldg., Oregon City.
BUILDER AND COtACT0R-
HARRY JONES Builder and General
Contractor. Estimates cheerfully
. given on all classes of building
work, concrete walka ana reinforced
concrete. Res. Phone Main 111.
O. D. EBY,' Attorney-at-Law, Money
' loaned, abstracts furnished, landf
titles examined, estates aettiea, gen
eral law business. . Over Bank a-f
Oregon City. , k -
U'REN ft SCHTJEBEL, Attorneys-at-
Law, Deutseher Advokat. will prac
tice In all oourta. make collection
and settlements. Office In Enter
prise Blda. Oregon City. Oregon.
C H. COOPKR. For Fire Insurance
and Real Estate. Let ua handle
yonr propertlea we bay, sell and
exchange. Office ' In Snterprise
Bldg.. Oregon City. Oregon.
FOR RENT liner space In thia col-'
. a llnaa mav rent that
house, atore or farm; they will cost
kl a aa aaflta ' . '
SuDscrlbe for the Dally Enterprise.