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About Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933 | View Entire Issue (June 3, 1911)
Society Brand Clothes
siyled, ihipcd and built especially for the Your.
jfmerican Gentlemen. , They Individualize hU appear
ha . They add gracefulness to his proportions, re
A ,..rnl to hit "line."-in a deree hot attained in
elder ready made clothes. In addition, they represent
thf 1 highest type of tailoring and fabrics. For sale at
Suspension Bridge Corner
7 Taking N Chart.
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"Th 4W ar lbmuiiii to una
MAfT l'aoa "It's long lml. lint
Itli omhlug elae In th nVM I'll UL
J Hiihl and wife, of Olarkea, were
Ig 4 -wuu t'Uy on Friday.
u. Mi.lUtl, of Mullno, was In tbe
iin bualnese Thursday.
I'roduc Union aelli Hay and
jr"i. i;iuainlllr, of Shubel, waa In
LhU ' w "u a bualness trip Friday.
gr. niid Mrs. Mosler, of Clsrkes,
ere' ii oregoo Cltr on Friday.
, Ur' vvidncr, of IW-avrr Creek," waa
Ii la liy Thuraday. (
H if ivard and aon, of Mullno, were
to (V ' Frldny. ,
t p tiuylsnd, of Hprtngwster, waa
Urea "U City oa Thuraday, .
. TBa r'lXKluee I'oion sella Uerry
trat.'v ' r .
f u," litUtief. of Sprlngwater, waa
la this. l,,r " Thuraday. returning
to an t'ui on Frtdsy.
' C. P. Sllver. of Denver, Colo., was
M OiTt" City flatting friends on
8. Mining, of Hood Rher. waa In
tkl ciiv ',on Thuraday, 'and waa regie
(rd si i he Electric Hotel.
Mlc A,m Bolleok. who baa been
Isliln Ml Fred and Meta tlold
with, he returned to Orgon City.
- The produce Union aells rniiai
of U id
.(!"' K1 Holman, one of the promi
se! lax iters of Beaver Creek, waa In
tbli niv on bualneaa Thuraday.
Mi ,bel Gregory and P. Mayfleld,
of iiuhi ind, were In Oregon City on
Mr Kirk Caaalday, of Carua, was
visiting with friends In thla rlty Fri
1. U Kf; prominent farmer of
Wilson vltle. was In this city on bual
Tb.im Davis, of Hateldale, was
among th farmers tranaartlng busl
sen tn this city on niday.
Mm. inestt, of Sellwod, has pur
chaxml (irowerty on Center street In
thlt city, arid she and her aon, Qua,
will :.(n ike possession.
( i mtie-r, one of Hubbard's prom
Ififn tuimrn waa la thla city on
TV: Mtiiy, remaining until Friday, and
wiii riterl at the Electric Hotel.
v. iii.ug telegraphy la an every-day
(Ki .iii.-iire; o Is ftreleas cooking. The
('aiorii Cooker bakea breads, paatry
nit n-ata; lx". roaata and atews, all
S'ltNmr previous heating. Seey them
it M-nllpy Bto. Co.
Oregon Cltr Fair 8aturday;
r.. ttiwesterjy winds.
4 Oregon fair Saturday; north
. Htrly winds.
Yo&s for the Asking
: ' " For and we will gire yot with a
4 mon&ft subscription
at 45c the month '
A Beautiful China pAQUEDecI,,f4d "mely
There are a variety of patterns to choose from.
Make your selection rly.; i :
Sabscr Ibets May Ht Tlvta Tco '
To any present subscriber Who will bring us four
new subscriptions J we wm present one of; these
beautiful dishes. , t V ..y -
ALL SELECTIONS MUST it MAbEf T TM OFf lCt OF THE
BANK or ORCdOH
18. J. A. MOORE TO
BE BURP SUNDAY
CITY MOURNS DEATH OF PBOMI
The funeral services of Mrs. Emma
MiHire, wife of J.-A. Moore, who died
t her home In this city on Friday
morning, after aeveral niontba' Illness,
wlU be held at the Bt. John's Catholic
Chun h on Hunday at 12 o'clock, Fath
er A. HlllebrHiid officiating. The In
terment will b In the family lot In
the Catholic Cemetery.
Mr a. Moore was a highly esteemed
woman, and had resided In this rlty
for many years, iihe waa a daughter
of the late John 8. MrlHmald and of
Mra. Km in a McDonald, of thla city.
Hhe waa born In Baletn on July Is,
IMfit. and came to Oregon City with
her purenta when a young girl. Hhe
waa married about twenty-four years
ago to J. A. Moore, and they have re
sided here since that time.
The derenaed Is survived bv her
hualiand and the following children:
Carl, who recently arrived from Phila
delphia. !.; Mlsa Iren, Walter and
Mlsa Allre Mix. re, of thla rlty, heal ilea
her mother, Mrs. Emma McDonald,
and two slaters. Mrs. Arthur Mills and
Mrs. Leonard U Pickens
Mrs. Moore had many friends In
thla city, ghe was a devoted member
of the Catholic Church, and took an
active part In church work until her
recent Illness, (the waa known by
hundreds In the city, who sympathise
with the family.
ML PLEASANT PLANS
MAYOR BROWNELL TO BE ORA
TOR OF DAY BANQUET
ON JUNE 15.
The Mount IMeHH.tnt Chic Improve
ment Club, which met In the saaembly
room of the arhool house on Wednes
day evening, made arraiiKemeuts lor
the celebration to be held at that plure
on July 4. Heixtils from the commit
tees were heard, and from all Indica
tions the celebration will be tbe moat
successful ever held at that place, and
no doubt will sttrsct many persona.
The meeting was. largely attended and
much Interest wss manifested by the
Mayor Itrownell. of this rlty, will
be the orstor of tbe day, and there
will be, a solo, chorus of fifty voices,
liberty drill by twelve girls, to be fol
lowed by a basket luncheon, after
which races .will be the amusement,
for which prlcea will -be given.
The committee on genersl arrange
ments consists of O. A. Blckel, chair
man; A. C. Warner and J. M. Slevere,
program. Mrs. A. C. Warner, Mlsa
Komi Stafford, J. M. 8levers; grounds,
Charles Holmes, Sr., T. Q. Clark, H.
Jacohson, T. C. Thomas, A. C. Warner.
Plans also were made for the ban
quel, which will be given on Thurs
day evening, June IS. This will be
the fifth annual banquet, and prom
ises to be a moat enjoyable afalr. If
will be held In the assembly room of
the Mount Pleasant school house, and
several prominent speakers will be
The club decided to csre for the
flowers and vegetable plants, the
seeds of which were planted by the
pupils of the Mount Pleasant school
on the school grounds, and which have
made great headway. There were
6 months subscription
at 25c the month
L '' N II pKa-ittns anl Mi- ' ' '
1 1 Tony, owned by B. A. Miller, took l
M0UN1HQ ENTERPRISE. SATURDAY,
''.V'i-00"' Nln,B nd M
Prearltn 8' A', H'0. Paator.
Preaching services at 11 a. m. and
tunLP ?'.Th 8uD,aJf "en001
.m ! tJLh hour- Morning
subject, "The Spirit rilled Church."
a Wedding Garment."
Catholic Cor..rater ana Tenth Bts.
wYt'erV '""""l Pastor, res. 1J
H,h.MM 10: 0 a. m., with
aermon; afternoon servlc . 4: CO.
Mass eery morning at 8:00.
r? JT. Th,rd; " " 11 non. lM,wi
l. V'L1 n,ornln a.rvlc 10:0, even
m 7. JO, rniina psopla (:. Weakly
prayer m.ril,,, ThursUay U 7:10 p. in.
H. L. Kates, of the Pacific Univer
sity, will preach at 10:30 a. m
Itev. William M. Proctor will preach
In the evening at 7:46 n. m.
Co,,,V' Cr, jptshth and J.
astor. res. so J. Q Adams; H. 8
a- prearhlna afl-moona of first
and third Sundays at 2:10 In Knsll.h.
irJ?undfr a""0" """"anas at It IS
with prrachlna In German.
Chrlstlsn Sclsncs Ninth and Cen
ter atreeta. Hunday service n a. m.
Sunday school 18 noon. Wednaada
evening g p.. m. .
Oarman Kvanosllcal Cor. 'Kirhth .mi
Msdlann atreets. Rev. r. Wlsveslck paa
Jor. rrm 711 Madlsrm: B. H. It a. m.,
Ilermsn H hrdr. Monriw street, supt.;
mom In servlre II, yoeng people at 1
p. m and preschlng at I p. m. Prayer
meeting Wednesday at 7:10 p. m.
Gladstone Chrlstlsn Rev. A. H. Mul-
key, pastor, res. Gladstone. Sun
day school 10' a. m., N. C. Hendricks,
stipterlntendent. Morning service,
11 o'clock. Drotherhood services at
7:4S. Rev. Ernnlch, of Portland,
will siieak In the evening. Special
music by the choir.
Mountain View Union (Cong.) 8. 8.
3 p. ra., Mrs. J. If. Qulnn, supt.;
Bible Study every Thursday after
noon; K. C. Dy will preach at 7:30
o'clock Sunday evening.
Methodist Main street cor. Seventh,
Hev. E. K. Zimmerman pastor, res.
cor. Sixth and Washington; 8. 8.
9:45 a. m C. A. Williams. Glad
stone, supt.; morning service 10-45,
Kpworth Lesgtie 6:30, evening ser
. vice 7.30. Prsyer meeting Thurs
day 7:30 p. m. Morning subject,
"The Chunh ss a Center." Evening,
A recital of the first two chapters
of the religious story, "In His Steps,
or What Would Jesus Do?" Ken
neth Woodward will sing a solo.
Presbyterian Reventh street cor Jeffer
son. Hev. J. R. lAnd'bnrouaa pastor,
res. 710 Jefferson: 8. 8. 10 a. m.. Mrs.
W. C. Ore.n supt.: morning servlc 11
a. m.. T. P, 8 C. R. :4I p. m., even
ing servlre 7:10. Prayer meeting Thurs-
- day S p. m.
Morning subject, "Our Memorial."
Evening. " Belief In Christ."
farkplace Congregational Rev.' J. I..
Jonea pastor, res. Clackamas: 8. 8. 10
a. m . Kmery Krenrh supt.: preaching
servlres each Sunday, alternating t
I wren 11 a. m. and 7:10 p. m Chrls
tlsn Rndrsvor Thuraday evealns 7:M
Stt Paul's Rev. C. W. Robinson, rec
tor. Dally aervlces: Morning prsy
er. 7 a. m.; IMy Eucharist, 7:30 a.
m.; eve.iing prayer, 7:30 p. m. Bun
ds y aervlces: Holy Eucharist 8 a
in : morning prsyer, 10:30 a. m.;
Holy-Cucharlst and sermon, 11, a
m.; evening prayer and sermon,
7:30 p. m.: 8. 8.. 12 m.; Thursday
-evenings, sermon at 7:30 p. m,
Special service at 10:30 a. m. for
the (!. A. R.
United Brethren Cor. fTlshlh and Taylor,
Rev. U K. Clarke pastor, rra. Portland;
8. 8. 10 a. m.. Prank Puker, Maple
in. siipi morning servlc 11. Y. p.
8. C. R. ( p. m.. evening aervlce 3.
Willamette M. C No resular preaching
services. 8. B. 1 p. m . Mrs. Reams
Zlon Luthersn Tor. Jefferson and Eighth
streets. Key. w. K. Kraxberavr pas
tor, rea. 720 Jefferson; 8. 8. 0:10 a. m .
Rev. Kraaberger supt.; morning service
10:10. evening 7:45. . Luther ueagu 7
Fee th Swusawrr.
Immediately after washing tbe dlab
and pans the bouaewlfe'a bands
should be carefully washed In clean
warm water with tbe toilet soap, os
tag a osllbniHb si tbe same time
There will be a tremendous saving to
the Angers If tbe pana ar washed by
potting a " strong soap powder Into
them as aooo aa removed from tbe
stove, adding a Uttle hot water and
then replacing them on tbe stove for
a few minutes.
When tbe wster comes to a boll s
email stiff brush may be wseberi
around In tbe Una. They ar rtnaed
In clear water and are scrupulously
clean without tbe Anger having come
Into contact with tbe grease.
When tbe Angers hsve been washed
and wiped tbe nails snd backs of the
bsnds ar to be thoroughly robbed
with vaseline or cold cream and gloves
drawn on. Tbey should be worn all
tbe time that sweeping and dusting
are being done. On finishing tbe house
work tbe gloves ar removed aud the
akin will be found soft and smooth
If any cream adheres It msy be
washed off. wiping with a dry towel.
Thla treatment will keep the kln
soft, no matter what work Is don.
Health For th Hair,
To keep tbe balr healthy aa well aa
clean It should b assuaged regular
ly for a few minutes every night and
If poealble every morning aa well.
Pass tbe tips of th fingers lightly but
firmly all over th scalp with a rotary
movement This treatment, combined
with plenty of brushing In th open
sit, will do more towsrd making th
scalp healthy snd producing a thick,
vigorous growth of hair than any oth
er known method. It will also prvnt
the bulr from falling out.
With some present modes of coiffure
the woman who has not much balr of
her own has to supplement with fslwe
hair. and. though this 1 unpleasant, '
cannot well be avoided, Bnt wear aa
Uttl of It as yon can do with and
bar tt cland regularly.
' T Sftn Watsr,
When tbe skin ts affected by th
hardness of tbe water sdd this lotion
to tbe water and It will soften it:
Borat, one-half on nee; almond roeai
thre ounce; powdered orris root oue
ounc; fine oatmesi, three oiinres Mis
thoroughly, divide into siiihh porn''"
and tie tip into mile iiiii "
3onk one ot in Ihis- "veinnttu in in
wntei t t-,'i '!' "","" ""'
Notla to Don flwn.pi. ,
Nolle la hereby given, that th or-
uiuaoo or uregon city providing
tbst all doga must wear a collar and
th owner pay license therefor will
b enforced, and that ownera of
dogs will hav until Jun 15th to
comply with tli law governing such
mattera. Th ordinance provides
thst all doga over th age of four
months are required to be licensed,
and disobedience In this mstter will
subject th ownr to arrest and fin.
The dog may also b taken and
killed unless th llcens Is psld.
TsgS may be had from the city
treasurer, M. D. Latourette, at the
First National Dank. It la my In
tention to enforce the ordinance
strictly, and dog owners will hav
until June 16th. In which to take out
their license, and no longer.
Dated at Oregon City, June 1,
K. 1 SHAW, Chief of Pollc.
TURMEY FUNERAL TO
BE HELD SUNDAY
REMAINS OF FORMER OREGON
CITY MAN BROUGHT HERE
The- funeral of John H. Turney, son
of the 1st David Turney and Mra. Re
becca Turney, of West Oregon City,
will be held In this city at 2 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon at the Baptist
Church. Rev? B.A. Hay worth, officiat
ing. Mr. Turney was a member of the
Modern Wooamen, and thla order will
attend In a body and bav charge of
the aervlces at the Mountain View
Cemetery. The remalna were brought
to thla city from Oakland, Cal., and
were taken to Holman'a undertaking
parlors, where they will remain until
tb funeral services.
Mr. Turney wss well known In this
city and was familiarly called "Jack."
He was In the photographing business
for several yeara and had many friends
here. From this city he moved to
California with his wife and little
daughter, Hazel, making their home
at Oakland, where he waa In busineaa.
He waa born In Henry, Illinois, on Au
gust 3. 1871, snd came to Oregon with
his parenta, Mr. and Mra. David Tur
ney, about 21 yeara ago. He left for
California about aix years ago.
Mr. Turney la survived by bis wife
and daughter. Hazel; three sisters.
Mrs. Charles Hill, of Tacoma, Wash.;
Mrs. J. M. LaVergne, of Tacoma,
Wash.; Mrs. Harvey, Farmer, of West
Oregon City; five brothers. Lewis
Turney, of Walla Walla, Wash.; David
Turney, of Omaha, Neb.; Frank Tur
ney, of Bilverton. Oregon; R. R. Tur
ney, of British Columbia; George Tur
ney, of Oregon City, and his mother.
Mrs. Rebecca Turney, of West Ore
A few trees In the pasture sdd
greatly to the comfort of the sheep
these dsys. If you rsn't hsve them,
set up a few posts and cover a bit of
ground over for a shed.
Diseases get a fast hold of many
a flock of sheep through foul drink
ing wster. Never give stagnant water
If you csn help It.
Resl Estats Trsnsfers.
Tbe following are tbe real estate
transfers that have been filed In the
office of the County Recorder:
Frank F. Fiaher and Louisa Fisher
to Lettlc M. Tipton, 14 acrea of D. L.
C. of Jamea Winston; 17000.
Severin Hinder)! and Regna Hln
derlle to Cart O. 8annes, lots 7, 8, 9,
block K, Csnby; $1500.
Gladstone Real Estate Association
to Wslter Davis et al., 6.01 acrea of
D. L, C. of Fendal C. Cason and wife,
township 2 south, rang 2 east; 1750.
uaura A. smith to Walter D. Smith
lot 2 of block 107, Oregon City; $1.
Francis A. Welch, and Sarah J.
Welch to Charlea A. Burghardt and
Samuel S. Wilson, 31 40 acres of sec
tion 15, township 2 south, range 3
George nd Nellie Sorenson to Citi
zens Bank of Portland, 1280 acrea of
section 36, township 16 south, range
S3 east; 11.
T. J. and Marian S. Gary to the Ore
gon Iron 8teel Company, lota "A"
and "B." tract 7. Willamette Tracts;
Oregon Iron & Steel Company to
Jacob John Knaua, 4.287 acres, sec
tion 3, township 2 aouth, range 1 east;
Jacob John Knaua to Oregon Iron It.
Steel Company, 4.287 acrea of section
3, township 2 south, range 1 east: II
' Jacob John Knaua to Oregon Iron ft
S'eel Company, 33.08 acrea of section
3, township 2 south, rang 1 eaat; $1.
Ebenezer and Ella Lacey to W. H
and Jennie D. Fox, land In sections 16
and 17, township 4 south, range 4
O. Henry Brower to A. P. Casey,
northwest quarter of southeast quar
ter of section 25,' township 1 south,
range 2 east; 12400.
D. W. and Josephine A. Ross to
George S. Wilkinson, 20 acres of sec
tion 35. township 1 south, range 4
Gustaf H. and Mlna Lllja to Henry
J. Hanson, 20 acrea of section 17,
township 2 south, rsnge 4 east;
Catherine Taylor to M. J. Clancy.
Jand In Barling's Addition to Oregon
Furnished with operating
room, ward and private
Ptc. 2243 Home D-298
Cor. Vaughn and Twenty-fourth Sts.
Msy 30, 31. Jun 1, 2. S, 4.
Games Begin Weekdays at S:3fl
Sundays, 2:30 P. M.
f LADIES' OAT g
JUNE 3, 1911.
III CUSS PHY
UNIQUE ENTERTAINMENT PROVES
FEATURE OF SENIOR
, That tb student of. tbe Oregon
City' High School are not only Imagi
native but thoroughly practical was
clearly shown by th Senior Claaa
prophesy. This much abused part of
th exercises was cleverly and Intel
ligently bandied by the three young
women r hoses tor this work.
Btsged ss a tea party, wlth"7JIe
hostess snd guests planning a class
reunion, the imagination of the au
dience was taken ahead with tbe mem
bers and aeemed Intensely resl.
'. Msrgaret McCulloch. aa the ho.
teas, carried off tbe principal part of
me cast in a most charming man
ner. In no way behind th principal,
Keta Andrews, as an actress, and
Louise Deute, aa a bride, did their
No member of the class waa forgot
ten. mah7 Of the nroDheetea holnir
amualng, but true to the life In every
instance. Silver-tongued orators, act-
resara, policemen, merchant princes,
mlaisters, a poetess, clairvoyant, pri
ma donna, matrimonial agent, mission
ary, diplomat, farmers and manufac
turers, all and every profession known
to mankind, "waa' reDresented and nn
one of the prognostlcatlona aeemed at
The .Oak Grove Puah Club held Its
regular meeting Thursday evening In
the church basement. Routine busi
ness waa transacted and the follow
lgn officers were elected: C. A. Cham
bers, president; J. Rlsley, vice-president;
E. C. Warren, secretary, and J.
A. Rupert, treasurer, a social com
mute was sppolnted aa follows: Mrs.
Paget. Miss Kilgore, MJss Cook, to
arrange for a social meeting June 29
at the home of a number, Mr. Fred
Harris waa appointed as t, committee
of one to see about having a float In
th vehicle naradn of the Ros Festi
val. A subscription has been statred
and any one desiring to help can do
so. Let -every one talk hold and
help make this effort a success. -
Mrs. L E. Bentley snd Minnie ANe
were Portland shoppers Friday.
E. C. Warren went to Portland on
Mra. Eramona and little son were
Portland visitors Friday.
Mra. Linn and sister spent Friday
Mrs. A. B. Linn wss a Portland
visitor Thursdsy. r
Bill Spldell, who was hurt at the
rock quarry In Portland a few days
ago waa taken to the hospital Thurs
C. A. Mack has purchased an acre
of land of W. A. Rice and moved "his
family here. Mr. Mack will build a
fine residence this fall on bis prop
Mrs. Ada Cosgriff was a Portland
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for the County of Clacka
C. Baker, Plaintiff,
Hanna K. Baker, Defendant.
In tbe nam of the State of Oregon,
You. Hanna K. Baker, are hereby
required to appear and answer the
complaint filed against you herein, on
or before th twelfth day of June,
1911, and If you fall to appear or ans
wer said complaint on or before said
date, th Plaintiff will apply to tb
Court for the relief demanded In his
For a decree of this Honorable
Court dissolving th bonds of mstrl
mony now existing between th Plain
tiff and the Defendant, and for such
other and further relief as is just
and meet in th premises.
This summons Is served upon you
by publication thereof for six succes
sive weeks, once each week, In the
Oregon C:ty Enterprise, a dally new,
paper of general circulation published
In Oregon City, County of Clackamas,
Stat of Oregon, by order of th Hon
orable J. U. Campbell, Judge of the
above entitled Court, which order I
dated the 28th day of April, 1911.
Date of first publication, April 29th,
1911. Date of last publication, June
C. H- DTE,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Oregon, for Clackamas County.
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Ella Cronln, Plaintiff,
William Cronln. Defendant
To William Cronln, in above named
In th name of the State of Ore
gon, you are nereDy required io ap
pear and answer the complaint filed
against you In th abov named suit.
on or before the 3d day of June, 1911,
aald date being the expiration of si
weeka from the first publication or
this summons, and if you fall to ap
pear or. answer said complaint, for
want thereof the plaintiff will apply to
th Conrt for the relief prayed for In
hia complaint, to-wit: '
For a decree dissolving me oonaa
of matrlWony now existing between
the plaintiff and defendant. This sum
mons Is published by order of Hon.
II. Campbell. Judge or the circuit
Court, which order wss mad and en
tered on the 20th day of April, 1911,
and the time prescribed ror puDiica
tlon thereof is six weeks, beginning
with the Issue of Saturday, April 22
1911, and continuing each week there
after to and Including th issue of
Saturday, June 3, 1911.
. LATOURETTE A LATOURETTE,
Attorney for plaintiff.
Do Woman Understand f
That many of them are dallv endur
ing needless pain that a reliable
remedy la within th reach of all, and
that w absolutely guarantee satis
faction or will refund any money you
may hav paid for thla treatment
Physlcli.ns In trestlng woman's ail
ments hav demonstrated tb vain of
certain drugs for such cwaes and thes
Ingredients, folhiVlng the formdla of
a certain auccesuf'il physician, are' con
tained in Rexall Venetahl Compound,
in th amount conaldcreo noce"sry
to produce th urnst satis'sciory,
I V want ever muui
jltv to reallz tl value of thU remedy
'iod .W J,hM(o.d oT?t.t9,,rtttfJ iUt
Ve Have lor:
' oat stock of Staple
and Fancy Grocer
ies into more con
venient and com
modions quarters in ;
at tie corner of
8t6i and Main Sts.
Drop in and inspect oar
new store. A hearty wel
come will be extended you
and don't forget to bring ;
,the children for they will
want to know all aboot
the new store too
We will be jbetter able to
serve you in our new
quarters than we have ever
been before and will be
- prepared to do a larger
money paid us for this preparation,
If, after a fair trial, it falls to produce
Rexall Vegetable Compound can on
ly be obtained at our atore The Rex-
ail Drug Store. Price, $1.00 per bot
tle. The Owl Pharmacy. Huntley
Wants, For Sale, Etc
Motleea under th elaatnd h4tna
will be mrte4 at an cent a war, first
Inaertioo. half a cent additional taaer
tlona. on Inch car, tl ar month! hail
Inch card. t nnea ai per month.
Caab muat aocomaaar order unless en
haa an open account with th paper. No
financial reaponalbtllty for error; when
error oeeur fre eorrected notice will
printed for patron. Minimum chare IS.
WANTED 11000 loan on good prop
erty. Address A-10, car Enterprise.
WANTED You to know inat w bay
all kinds of Curios, that we are In
th market for second hand Furni
ture . and Tools. We also hav a
good ' assortment of second hand
Furnltur and Tool on hand for
aale to thos in need. Com an J
see perhapa we have Just what you
want Indian Curio and trinkets
for sal cheap; some that ar very
unique and also very rare. GEORGE
TO UNO, Main near Fifth treL
ACREAGE On to five acres tn sight
of Oregon City. $150 and $200 per
acre; good level land; on mil
from car line. Clyde ft McRme, 1003
Main &U Oregon City.
FARM FOR SALE 80 acrea, 7 miles
south of Oregon City on Molalla
road and 1 mile east. Inquire Mrs.
8. G. London, Oregon City R. F. D.
No. 3, box 111.
Have you ever looked into the details of construction snd the
mechanical features together with the handsome appearance
of the Mitchell Automobiles t find the reasons why they are
being bought by people throughout the state, who know the
value of a good car. If you are at all interested we will be
pleated to demonstrate the car to you with- full information
and can assure you that it is well worth investigating before
buying. The car is absolutely guaranteed to do what we say '
it will. If not we are here to make good. When we sell
you a car we willtake care of your car one year free of
Otksr moiel$ cheaper. Fully tquippsJ F. O. B. Oregon City. .
Phon us tor Jsmonatratioa sad w will call at your kom for :
Some CooA Bargain
:' ; G. G. Miller, Acntfr
' ; V J Garag Cor. 6th and Main Sts-V' f .'' , ',
The Court House
FARM 1)1NS rUmlrfc a nimlek - '
Lawyers, Oregon City. Or.
FOUND Pair eyeglasses. Inquire
Bailey ft Price, Palm Billiard aV
Pool Room, Gambrtnu building.
MONEY TO LOAN-
MONET TO LOAN On first mort
gage; $500 and upwards; one year
or longer. - Apply at once. Croes A
Hammond, Attorneys at Law, Bea
ver Bldg., -Oregon CUy.
BUILDER AND CO"TW ACTOR.
HARRY JONES Builder and General
Contractor. Estimate ehaertally
glvn on all claaae of building
work, concrete walks and reinforce
ooncret. Re. Phoa Mala 111..
O. D. EBY, Attorney-t-Law, Money I
loaned, abatracta fumlahsd, land
title examined, state settled, gen
eral law business. . Over Bank f I
TTREN SCHtnSBEL, Attory-st-Law,
Deatackar AdvokaL will prao
tlo In all oonrta, mak collection
and aetUemaata. Office la Bntar
prta Bldg- Orcoa Cltr. OtwBom.
E. H. COOPER. For fir Insurance
and Real , Estate. Lt ua handle
your properties w buy, sH and
exchange. Offlc In ' atarprla
Bldg., Oregon City. Orgo. .
$10 PER MONTH For rent, a mod
ern 5-room cottage. Apply to George
Randall, comer Fifth and Jefferson
In Seconal Hand Car