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M0HN1N0 JflNTEHPiiibk,' 8UNDAY, JUNE 4,' 1911.
Society Brand Clothes
retylj. htped and built especially lor the Youn
American Gentlemen. They Individualize his appear.
nce. They add gracefulness to his proportions, re
finement to his "lines" in a degree notattained in
other ready made clothes. In addition, they represent
the highest type of tailoring and fabrics. For sale at
Suspension Bridge Corner
letlon, "The Old null Fence," Mm. A.
J. Lewis; roll call resiouse, "When 1
mo iiusiest Time of Farmer," grange;
c losing song, "Work for tb Night U
CLACKAMAS TEACHERS NAMED.
Mitt Mabsl Franclt, of Oregon City,
Member of Corp.
The following teachers have boon
elnoted for the Clackamae achool:
I'rliK Ipul, Mlaa llurna; Intermediate,
Mlaa Haycox; primary, Mlaa Mable
Francla, of Oregon City. MlMt Francis
waa tne primary teacher of the Mount
Pleasant arhfMil,-. which closed luat
week, and la a very successful
In Misrebe Hollow.
evening for Mouui Angel, ami from
thtre will Ko to Maruuain, where ahe
will remain over Sunday with her
mother, Mm. U. A. Gray.
MI.H.a Kv WaHh and IJIli"rkuiiildli,
lem-hera of the Vh( Oregon Clly
school, will apetid their vacations at
Mlna llalllu (. lirown, it learher of
th West Oregon City achool, will
spend I lie vara! Ion with a slater In
w ajHi m w zm ar c wttaSM
r Hiiflllualloiu Wry wImi
eaer. I.itnl lose ( vitality. Jut call
ed in In tilt"' ' Vmi nit! move tu u
Isallby inu-eijl:tl rusort mi l rwuicr
tf m 'H'i ndvM a Mi'ioxm In I Ik
tenement ll-Hl' I of Nw York. It w ill
afreuvilii'ii nixl fa Urn you.
Mr Kilssuer and aon. of Greabam.
ere In thla city on Saturday.
Thomaa Dla, of Beaver Creek.
In thla city on Saturday.'
Mortimer Cockrell, of Hubbard, wat
"la thin rlty on bualneas Friday.
' Uayiif Howard, of Mullno, waa In
Oregon Ity on Haturoay.
fred Moabberger. of Needy. I"
Uili clly on bualncaa Saturday.
. uihn Klnora Olnther. of Col'on.
Wah . haa arrived lu Oregon Clly fr
a visit with relatives.
Cim Hrhiiehel. wolWknowtt far
mer i.r shuitel. waa among; the Oregon
City business vlallora on Saturday.
Frank Irian, of thla City, naa "'
in Ciirtm, where be will do aome
an hit farm. '
Mr. Mible frailer, of Portland.
who hua been vlaltlnf her moiner w
X rit ., tn.trlnt lieen ml'; I f X f
Ur I. !::-. r.r. rtuin.l t.ox
n v .i.j.inu!jiic. i.l
f:;i.t n la Oitliw tl'.m siu.
C i . Mr uiVf mt. anil v la on
uii'iii'iiii i t-ru.oia .f t.t .ii"i.
Fred Vollman. of Hlnhland, waa in
thlt cltf on Saturday, hating come
here to meet hie wlte. wno uaa owu
nulling In Portland.
Mra. William II. Hurghardt. J., of
Sal in, haa arrived In Orenon City to
apenn a rew aaya who ""
Cnuntv Hunerlntendent of Schoola
Cary on Friday attended a convention
of the achonl director! of Multnoman
County at Oreaham.
A Moahbercer. one of the well
Vni.on fartnera of EHdOradO. Waa
among the Oregon City bualneaa vial
tora on Saturday.
Mm. Prank JaKUd. of Came, wi
In thla city on Friday on ber way to
Portland, where ehe will rlalt her
daughter, wbo la 111 t that place.
miu riiana nrarjer. who hai oeen
teurhlng the Timber Grove near Mu
llno hmm raturned to thla City to apend
her' vacation, her school having
Mra. Viola Godfrey left Saturday for
Corvallla, where she will attend me
annual reception and banquet of the
Phlladelphlan Society to be held at
the Julian Hotel.
Mr. an.4 Mra. Tyre Warren, of R'a
.lev station, were In thla city on Bat
iii-da vtattina frienda. Mra. Warren
waa formerly Mlaa Grace Bnewman,
Mlaa Belle Gray left on Saturday
PICUlC AT THE DALLES
Jvfeay aervleee: Holy Euchaiiat S a.
m. ; morning prayer, iw:w a. ui-.
Holy Eucharlat and aenton, 11 a.
m.; evening prayer and aermon,
7:30 p. m.; S. 8., 11 m.; Thursday
evenlnga, aermon at 7:20 p. m.
lnlue Brathran Cor. Clahth antt Taylor.
K.v. U r. CUrka pastor. ra. fartlana;
Frank firlt.r, Htpw
TEACHERS ACCOMPANYING THE
EIGHTH GRADE AND HIGH
Mini l.lllli Miller, a teucher of the
Weal OreKon City achool, will apend
the varalloii'wlth her purvnta In .Pio
neer Unroln County, Or.
Mlaa pearl llaller, or the corpa of
tearhera of the Weal Oregon City
achiNil, will go to Sherwood, Or., to
M'ii(l the vai-Htlon.
Mlna Maud Matiluy, of Oregon City,
who teachea In the trade achool of
'ortland, will apend the anmmer at
her former home In one of the atatee
in the Middle Went.
Mint I Inief Kanton, accompanied by
her mother, Mra. tiniullry, went to
t'nnby on Haturday, where they wit-
neawd the horae rarea.at the fair
A butler knife Hh every 11.00 In
trade at the Oregon City Shoe Store.
Among the pcrttona aotng from thla
city to Canby to wltneaa the ra
were II. Y. Miller, Edward Heckntr.
Judge Heatle.-W. U Mulvey, Judge
Campbell, Henry SullHliury, C. Schae
bel, IJvy Htlpp and Frank Jaggar.
William Nefr.ger and Oliver Charula.
of thla city, left on Thumday evening
for Aberdeen, Waah. Mr. Charale haa
charge of the Initialling or automatic
aprluklera In. one of the large aaw-
mllla at that place.
Mra David Rbelton and Mr. and
Mra. Vernon, or Centralla, Waah., ar-
rivMl In Oregon City on Saturday
miM-nlng, where they will remain for
week vlaltlng at the home oi ir.
and Mra. 8. V. Francla. Mra. Hnenoii
la a alater of Mra. Ffancla.
"Have your allverware coupona from
the Oregon City Shoe Store.
Fren Van llaaael. an attorney ot
aii.anv who haa been viauina ni-
coualn, Duane Ely. and wife, returned
to hie home on Saturday moru.iiit.
Mr. Van Taaael came went a now our
year ago from Rockford, 111., and aet
tied at Albany.
Mra. Charlea Griffith, of Oaklnnl.
Ciil., arrived In Oregon City on Krl
riuv evening. She v.ill remain ueie
during the auminer with ner pare.ua
Mr. and Mra. T. A. rope- wr- "'
fiih haa gone to Alaa to remnln for
Mra. Viola M. Godfrey, who haa
been principal of the Wlllam.uie
school for the paat fours years, waa
presented on Thuraday with a hand
aome gold ring, a gift from the grad
uation clasa. The gold from whlcn
the ring Is made la from an OreRon
Mra Clara Flelda. of Canemah, en
tertained several friends Thursday
evening. Among them were Mra. Ed
ward KIHott. Portland; Mrs. Julia
Froet. Mrs. Uaa Wilton. Mrs. Day.
Mlaa Roae Selling. Mrs. Edward Flelda
and Mies Clara Fields. Refreshments
were served and a dellghtul evening
MEASLES SHORTENS PROGRAM.
Maple' Lane Grange Holds Important
Maple Lane Grande held an . Im
portant meeting at the Grange ball on
Saturday. The morning aeaalon was
devoted to business of the order, and
was followed y a dinner which was
served by the ladlea. As It was flora
day a fine program waa arranged, but
aa many of the children, who were to
take Prt were unable to be preaent,
owing to meaales, part of P"?
had to be given up. and the follow Ing
anna "Red and Blue,
Grange; recitation, "Do Something.
Mlaa A. Splinter; reading. "Id Soon
er." Ferrll Heater; song. ' 1 11 Pray
For Thee at Nightfall," Mra. 8. A. Gil-
lettj recitation, sniriey Bi
The eighth grade and High School
pupils of the Willamette school, ac
companied by tbelr principal, Mra
Viola M. Godfrey,, and Mitt Ruth
Shipley, Mlaa Ladle Rlcabaugh and
H. T. Shipley, who aaalatAd In looking
after the young people, went to The
Dalles cn Thuraday. The choice of
an excursion or. graduation exerclaea
waa left to the vuplla, and they unanl
moualy voted for the trip. A apeclal
car took them from Willamette early
Thuraday morning to connect with the
Drat car for Portland, where they
boar ted the steamer Bailey GaUert
at 7 o'clock.
Luncheon, candy and fruit were
taken, and little returned. The boat
remained In The Dallea long enough
or Jhe "pupils to vlalt the city and a
thoroughly a-ood time waa had by all
The return trip Was made In time for
the picnickers to catch the 11:15
o'clock car out of Portland. A apecia
car waa held. In waiting at the West
Oregon City depot to take , them to
liieetina Monday th. county will be 'ng ne ir.p were ...
,iui,i..,i im.. f,.. .n.iri. i.., Adah Mass, Ida Htrdlne, Mable Lar
.It ,h- - . .IViJ.Tp. .-.I n- eon. Mildred neam, Hilda Kalaer,
County Superintendent Gary. I Anna Lariwn, Ethel rBok. Georgia
.......V.J m7m ,kV "T iL'w ' .k.; Roddy. Ealher Laraon, Lucllla Gordon
the boArd aha., met the flr.t Monday
III lut.a. fnw fl.lrnr tha Aim wlf at Tha 1 vaa . Uvum v aa. a. ajiaaaya "
board deeded at It. nrst meeting that 'TZ JZX'3Z2
thr. aupervlaors would be aufBclent. .7 Z . S iT . -
...i u .k.. i. . .1. Irvine Moehnke, Ewald Lelaman
Ff ttai n-la?7bid ta
.,..,., I nroill, Diuurj naiui.'u, i uuiua. juiiu-
III IvnmUTf. , I OnMn. ,M lrlh. W.l.
Bni uvn uuiun m i u ni u a v aa
ft. m. I a. i.l. . rrana . u..r,
tann, aiiot : mornlna aarvloa li. Y. P,
. C. E. p. m., avanlas aarvlce 7.
Wlllamatta M, 1. No regular prrachlns
sarvlcca. a. a. I p. ra.. Mrs. Kruni
Ion LutharanTor. Jeffaraon and Eighth
iraats. Hrv. W. K. Kraxbamcr paa
tor. r.a. 120 Jff arson; 0. 0. t.l a. m .
Rav. Kraabersar aupt.; morn I lis aarvlce
10:10. evening 7:41, Lulhar laguo 1
TO DISTRICT COUNTY
WORK FOR EACH SUPERVISOR TO
BE ARRANGED AT
The County Educational Hoard will
meet Monday afternoon to divide the
county Into dlMirlcta. Three aupervla-
ore were elected at the first meeting
of the bourd, about two weeka ago,
They are C. F. Anderson, J. E. Calavan
and Mra. Emllle C. Kbaw. At the
VlmW Ami Krfl V among the churches
I VIIIUIIIV IIU W I
TO RECEIVE KING '
BIG WEEK OF FUN BEGINS MON-
DAV( WITH ARRIVAL OF REX'
JEW SCHOOL HEAD
IS WEIL EQUIPPED
JOHN R. BOWLAND, WILLAMETTE
PRINCIPAL. HAS TAUGHT
It Wouldn't Pay to Advertise
A Poor Article -
Nor a proposition of doubtful merit or heneaty 4or ad-readere.
nowadays, are DISCRIMINATING. They knew values they know,
GENUINE thlnga, genuine opportunities. .
Any article which can be told by advertlalng la, by that test, a
GOOD article. YOU are safe In buying a thing which haa
' the fire of publicity." - -
The maker' of a widely advertised article, commodity, Is al
ways on trial for his buslneas life. He cannot ehirk, nor cheapen hie
oroduct and thla la the beet poaalble protection fo" the eonewmer.
You are SAFE In buying advertised things tt'a the legle ef
nowaJaya bualneaa oondltlona.
John.R. Bow land, who laat week
waa elected principal ot the Willa
mette achool, baa taugbt for twenty
yeara, and haa an excellent reputation.
Mr. Rowland waa elected principal of
the East ham achool In Oregon City
last year, but waa called away from
the elate on bualneaa, and could not
accept the position. His brother, N.
W. Bowland, waa elected to the vac
ancy. The latter haa been re-elected
for the next school term.
John K. Bowland waa born at Lo
gan, Hocking County, Ohio, ana is
fifty years of age. He waa graduated
from the Ohio Normal University In
1894, receiving the degree Bachelor of
Arts. He taught first at Mlddlepolnt,
Ohio, and later at Dunkirk, Van Wert
and Toledo, Ohio.
Joseph Wella, Paul Sledden, Tork Her-
ron, Emeat Rlchter, Jonn saeny, noo-
Mr. Clarence Murphy, of Portland,
ient Saturday with hla alater Mrs.
Wells and family. Mr. Murphy and
Mrs. Wella and children were visitors
to the city Saturday afternoon and
The Green building is nearly ready
for occupancy. Mrs. Ada Coegriff will
open a dellcateaaen and bakery In a
few daye. .
has an open account with the paper. No
financial responsibility for errors; where
errors occur free eorrecte4 aollce will s
printed (or patron. Minimum shares las. .
WANTED $1000 loan on good prop
erty. Address A-10, care Enterprise.
Irtt Baptist Corner Nlntb and Main
streets. 8. A. naywonn, pastor.
Preaching services at 11 a. m. and
7:45 p. m. The Sunday school is
Juniors at the same hour. Morning
subject. "The Spirit Filled Church
Evening, "Out of Place, or Without
a Wedding Garment.
Cathollo Cor. -erater and Tenth Sta.
Rev. A. HUlebrand pastor, res. 91 1
Water; Low Maaa 8 a. m., with ser
mon; High Maaa 10:30 a. m., with
sermon; afternoon service 4:00.
Mass every morning at 8:00.
Congrsoatlonal Cor. Main and Elrrrnth
street, nev. wm. m. rromor pwiur,
res. to Third: a. S 12 noon, John 1-ow-ry
mint.; morning service 10:0. even
ing 7:J0. young people t:tQ. Weekly
prayer meeting Thurfdajr M 7:10 p. ni.
H. L. Bates, of the Pacific Unlver
alty. will preach at 10:30 a. m.
Rev. William M. Proctor will preach
I w, iha ...Afkln. at 71 n m
imnTl.lvn rr fi.n. Sflnerlal l c" . .
L rj ; ' . V win Christ tv. Lutnsrsn Cor. KlKth and J.
-I lie nun Auiiuw hum rcn. i q Adams slreete. Kev. f.
AUTOS TO BE CARED
FOR AT FESTIVAL
PORTLAND CLUB PLANS TO HAVE
TENTS FOR CARS OF
CITY IS IN GALA ATTIRE FOR FETE
Water Pageant To Be Feature
First Day'a Celebration
Program For Week's
tart Monday. It will conalat of bril
liant apuctaclea and pageantry, with
entertainments and exhibitions of
many HimIh, and with sporting events
on land and water. Rex Oregonus, the
Q Adams slreete. Kev. f. sonmiai
lator. res. sua J. VI unimi: r.
:J0 a. m.; nreachtng afternoons of ftrsi
and third ftundays at Z:lo in r.nniMn.
other Sunday services mornings at 18 5
with preaching In German.
Christian Science Ninth and Cen
Jolly old sovereign w ho will hold away 1 teT .treeta. Sunday aervlce 11 a. m.
Oirotighout (be uaya ana nights or run I Sunday achool 11 noon. Wedneaday
and frolic will -arrive"" promptly at evening 8 p. m. Morning subject,
noon. II will be the moHt Imposing -Qod the Preserver of Man."
celebration of It 3 character the West 0rman Evangelical Cor. Eighth and
haa ever known, surpassing even ine streets. Rev. F. Wlaveelck pas-
gay and picturesque tournaments and
feata that have made- the play-loving
populace of Southern California cities
famed to the corners of the eartn..
The following la the program:
MONDAY, JUttB 5.
"Home Coming Day."
Hearty Welcome to AH Visitors.
High Noon Arrival of Rex Oregonus
up-river on royal, barge, convoyed
by fleet of loyal mariners.
Grand Review Water pageant, con
alat Ing of gaily decorated boats and
water craft of every variety.
Eight o'Clock P. M. Special program
at the Oaks Park, and on the Wil
Feast of Lanterna.
TUESDAY, JUNE 6.
Ten o'Clock A.' M. Musical sympos
ium and atreet serenades by Rose
City banda on moat elaborately dec
Two o'Clock P. M. Formal opening of
the competitive roae exhibit at tne
Armory, under the ausplcej of the
Portland Rose Society.
Eight-Thirty P. M. Grand Electric
Parade, beaded by Rex oregonus
1. M..lu.l trlnir
. n.ia nt the Presbyterian Seventh street cor. Jef-
TSa.i: "sev.ntS 7erson. Rev. J. R, Land.borough,
1ISKtl I buvi a vso '
from Yamnui to Burnaiae
, Few and we will give yotf with a
NEV v .
4 months subscription
at 45c the month
6 months subscription
, By IVUd
at 25c the month
: . o the - ; '
MORNING ENTERPRISE r
A Btautlful China pLAQUEc,,V ""
' There arc a variety of patterns to choose from.
Make your selection early. ,
Sbscrilft May Hay. Them Too . . l
To any present subscriber who will bring us four
new'subscViptions ; we will present . one of these
beautiful dishes, ; , ,
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ALL aiLICTIONt MUS.T ! MA0
nr'Hon CITY BUILDING
tor, res. 711 Maoisnn; a. b. iv a
Herman Sohrader, Monroe atreet. aupt.
m.n.ln aervlre 11. Vni'tlff DOUDll at
n. m. and nreachlne at I p. m. Prayer
meeting Wednesday at 1.U p. m.
Gladstone Chrlatlaiv Rev. A. H. Mul
Vev. naator. rea. Gladstone, sun
day school 10 a. m., N. C. Hendricks,
aupterlnttendenL Morning service.
11 o'clock. Brotherhood services at
7:45. Rev. Eronlch, of Portland,
will speak In the evening. Special
music by the choir.
Mountain View Union (Cong.) S. S,
9 n. m.. Mrs. J. H. Uuinn, supi.;
nibU study every Thursday after
noon; E. C. Dye will preach at 7:W
o'clock Sunday evening.
Method 1st Main street cor. Seventh.
Rev. E. F. Zimmerman pastor, res.
cor. 81xth and Washington; 8. 8
a K a m.. C. A. Williams. Glad
stone, supt.; morning service 10:45,
Rnworth Leacue 6:30. evening ser
vice. 7.30. Prayer meeting Thurs
day 7:30 p. m. Morning subject,
"Tbe Church as a Center." Evening,
A. recital of the first two chapters
of the rellplmiB story. "In His Steps,
nr What Would Jesus Do?" Ken
neth Woodward will sing a aoio.
WEDNESDAY. JUNE 7.
Ten o'Clock A. M. Competitive rose
exhibit at the Armory, nana con
certs on nrlnclc-al decorated streets,
Two o'Clock P. M. Grand parade oi
decorated automobiles contesting
for nrtr.es. '
Eight o'Clock P."M. Competitive rose
exhibit at the Armory.
insht.Thlrtv P. M.-Sneclal program
d artlav of nrewams ; at council
Creat, 1200 feet above the city,
THURSDAY. JUNE 8.
Ten o'Clock A. M. Bands parading
Two o'Clock P. M. Brilliant deoorat-
ed horse and vehicle parade in com'
netltlnn for nrlzes.
Eight o'Clock P. M. Illuminated civic
and military pageant; priiiiani, uaa-
iling and spectacular.
FRIDAY. JUNE 8.
Ten o'Clock A. M. 8erenadea by Rose
City bands tnrougn streets moai
elaborately decorated. Reception by
Portland business nouses io ouiw
' i -i i aa an MiiatnmArsl.
Ten-Thirty A. M "Shower of Roses
by Peninsula Rosarians. A tra n of
Ave cars loaded with rosei will b
used. The streets will be a verita
ble carpet of flowers. , .
rw 'iiir . p m. Sueclal matinee
given by the Riverside unvuig wuu
at the Country Club grounds.
Five o'clock P. M. Grand Prade of
human rosebuds, Eaat Portland. 5000
achool children participating.
,N1ne o'Cloe P. M. Crowning social
feature of tha Festival, grana mili
tary ball at the Armory, given un
der the ausplcea of the Oregon Na-
- tlonal Guard.
SATURDAY. JUNE 10.
Tea o'Clock A. M Marching bands
serenading the elaborately decorat
ed streets and business houses.
Two o'Clock P. M. Special racing
matinee at the Country Club, given
tinder the ausplcea of the Portland
Eight-Thirty P. M. Most grand and
Impoalng electric rmrado m honor
of Rex Oregonus. who will depart
with Spirit du Carnival In a blase
psstor. Res. 710 Jefferson; S. S. 10
a. m., Mra. W. ureen, supi.; mum
in. service 11 a. m. Prayer meet
Ina- Thursday 8 p. m. Morning sub-
tact -is nod In the City?" Y. P
8 C. E. at 7 o'clock. Topic, "Les
anna iTrom fireat Lives." leader, Ida
Mae Smith. Evening worahlp at
7:45. aubiect,. "RequlremenU for
' tfritortne- the Kingdom of Heaven
A half hour of sacred song will pre
cede the sermon.
.... . - CMireaatlAnal Rev. J. I
Jones psetor. rea. Chwkamss: B. 8. 10
. m.. Emery rnch supt.; preaching
services each Sunday, alternating be-
tlan .Endeavor' Thursday evening 7:S0
St Paul's Rev. C. W. Robinson, rec
tor. Dally semces: Morning
,, a m - Holy Eucharist. 7:30 a.
m.; evening prayer, 7:80 p. m. Sun-
; Oregon Ctty
Furnished with operating
room, ward and private
Ptc. 2243 - Hvme "0-298
RECREATION PARK, '
Cor. Vaughn and Twenty-fourth Sta
' . vs..
May SO, 81, June 1, 2. S. .
Games Begin Weekdays at 8:30.
Sundays, 2:30 P. M.
LADIES' DAY FRIOAY.
Boys Under 11 Free to Bleachers
IORTLAND.Or.,June 3. (Special.)
Visiting automobllists will be ahown
special attention by the Portland Auto
mobile Club, Robo Festival week. Ar
rangements have been, made by the
directors of the club to provide stor
age facilities for the cart of visitors
that cannot be accommodated at tne
various garages. It Is planned to
erect a huge tent on a vacant block
and machines may be stored there for
safe keeping.- N
To guard against burglary or the
mlHapproprlation of machines, a sys
tem of checks will be used and stalls
will be built to correspond with the
checks. Owners will register their
machines and check numbers and will
present to the club representative In
charge ot the emergency garage their
check before removing their cars. A
comKtent caretaker and night watch
men will be employed to safeguard tne
property left in their charge.
An -Information hlirean will be es
tablished by the Automobile Club
where a Hat of hotels and private
borne accommodations win do avail
able for the Information of strangers.
Messengers will be In attendance to
guide visitors to garages, hotels and
rooming houses and in this way it la
thought everyone will be well taken
care of. Last year hundreds of auto
mobllists were compelled to leave
their machines In the streets without
shelter because of the crowded g
ages and the local club is determined
that this shall not happen again.
Headquarters of the Portland Auto
mobile Club are at 720 Corbett build
ing. Fifth and Morrison streets, and
any needed information can be se
cured there. To assist visiting car
owners In finding, their way about, a
folder will be printed with a map ot
the downtown district snowing tne
crinclpal buildings, hotels, garagea,
etc. At the headquarters an Immense
suddIv of fresh cut roses will be main
talned for distribution to out-of-town
visitors, together with all other neces
sary supplies for decorating the cars
for the Festival parades. Automobiles
displaying the official emblem of the
Portland Automobile Club which is In
the form of a wheel with the club's
name around the outer circle and the
legend: "Good Roads' In the center,
may be hailed by visitors In need of
advice or assistance at any time dur
ing the week.
Immediately following the automo
bile parade on Wednesday, the club
will entertain visiting motorists and
the new members of the club at an
informal luncheon. Musio and proper
entertainment will be provided.
J. L. Combs made a business trip
to Oregon City Tnursday.
Kenneth Mack, aon of Mr. and Mrs.
O. R. Mack, Is 111. Dr. Dedman la in
A baby girl arrived at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. L. Modiberger on Fri
day. The many friends of Mrs. M. T.
Mack are glad to see her out after a
two montha' siege of Inflammatory
Mrs. E. M. Meshberger received a
letter from her eon Captain Eugene
Meshbereer of the O. N. G., at Ban
Diago. Meshberger waa one of four
officers sent from Oregon to the seat
Mrs. Gurley-Ogle and son, Wayne,
made a business trip to Oregon City
Louis Mitts, Mary Barber, Mrs. F.
n. Mack. Mrs. Dentester. Miss Vera
Mack were Decoration Day visitors at
Ujie Curley-Ogle home.
M h. Wood, or poriianu, was m
Canby Tuesday selling stock In the
Oregon' City-McCalla railroad.
The residence of W. H. Lucke and
Vra Raltmarsh are rapidly neartng
completion, and will add much to the
appearance of the town.
Mrs. Gurley-Ogle has moved her
reuldenc over on Maple street, and
haa a line of carpentera engaged in
manufacturing It Into a modern home.
Mrs. OKle haa material on the ground
for erecting a handsome residence on
t ha site of the old home.
The citizens of Canby are planning
to park the grounds around the depot
with erase and flowers.
Mr. Fredrlcks, from Hood River, waa
in Canby Friday. looking at iana nere.
WANTED You to know mat we buy
all kinds of Curios, that we are In
the market tor second hand Furni
ture and Tools. We also have a
good assortment or second hand
Furniture and Tools on hand tor
sale to those in need. Come anJ
aee; perhaps we have Just what you
want. . Indian Curios and trlnketa
for aale cheap; aome that are very
unique and also very rare. GEORGB
YOUNG, Math near Fifth street
ACREAGE One to five acres In algbt
of Oregon City, $150 and $200 per
acre; good level land; one, mile
from car line. Clyde A McRae, 1003
Main St, Oregon City.
FARM FOR SALE 80 acres, 7 miles ;
south ot oregon City on Molaua
road and 1 mile east. Inquire Mrs..
8. G. London, Oregon City R. F. D. ,
No. S. hoi 11L
V rnrli lr..ntlnn nam. amiill enln
watch, forgetmenot engraved on
back, and gold fob. between Fourth
and Center 8ts., and Main St. Re
turn to 602 Fourth St and receive '
FARM LOANS DJmick ft Dim I ck,
- Lawyers. Oregon City, Or.
MONEY TO LOAN.
Do Women Understand?
That many of them are dally endur-
in needless naln that a reliable
remedy Is within the reach of all, and
that we absolutely guarantee satis
faction or will refund any money yon
may have paid for this treatment.
Physicians in treating woman a ail
ments have demonstrated the value of
certain drugs for snch caaes and these
Ingredients, following the formula of
a certain successful physician, are con
tained in Rexall Vegetable Compound,
In the amount considered necessary
to produce the most satisfactory re
sults. We want every ailing woman In this
cltv to realize the value of this remedy
and to that end offer to refund any
money Datd us for this preparation,
If, after a fair trial, It falls to produce
Rexall Vegetable Compound can on
ly be obtained at our store The Rex
all Drug Store. Price, $1.00 per bot
tle. The Owl Pharmacy. Huntley
MONEY TO LOAN On first mort
gage; $500 and upwards; one year
or longer. Apply at once. Cross
Hammond, Attorneys at Law, Bea
ver Bldg., Oregon City.
BUILDER AND CO"T" ACTOR.
HARRY JONES Builder aad General
Contractor. Estimates cheerroiiy
given on all classes of building
work, concrete walta ana reinforced
concrete. Res. Phone Mala 111. '
Wants, For Sale Etc
Notices under these clsaslfled beatftnr
will be Inserted at one cent a word, firs!
Insertion, half a cent additional meer
tlnna. One Inch car, tl ssr month: half
Inch card. t lines.i tl per month.
Cash must accompany order unless one
0. D."KBY, Attorney-at-Law, Money
loaned, abstracts rurnlshed. land
titles examined, estates settled, gen
eral law business. Over Bank
TJTtEN A SCHUEBKU Attorneys-av
Law, Dantacher Advoaat, win prae-
tlce In all courta, make collections
and settlements. Office In Enter
prise Bldg.. Oregon City. Oregon. :
,, .in ii i
' H. COOPER, For Fire Inauranee
and Real Estate. Let na handle
your properties we buy, sell aad
exchange. Office In Enterprise
Bldg., Oregon City. Oregon. y
$10 PER MONTH For rent, a mod
ern 5-roora cottage. Apply to George
Randall, corner Fifth and Jefferson
streets. 1 -
1911 Mitchell Automobiles
TO TAKE LECTURE COURSE.
C. F. Anderson and J. E. Calavan Go
ing to Unlvsrsity of Oregon.
Professor C. F. Anderson, formerly
principal of the West Oregon City
recently SDDolnted a
iw.i,iii,' school suDervlsor. will leave I
Monday to attend a course of lectures
for supervisors at the University of
Oregon. He will later visit his par
ents at Lincoln, Kan., where he will
spend three weeks. J. E. Calavan,
who also has been elected a county
school supervisor, will attend the lec
ture course at the University of Ore
Two Couples Get Licenses
' Uxsle Ulrlch and William L. Rob
lnett; Lena Streblg and Charles Bech
er, were granted marriage licenses on
Saturday by County Clerk Mulvey.
The two former were from Portland,
and the latter from thla city.
; , COnitESPCTiDENCE
' - OAK GROVE. '
Thursdsy evening the pupils of the
eighth grade gave a surprise party on
Irvine: Hanson. All kinds ot games
were played, refreshments were serv
ed and a pleasant evening spent by
the pupils. Those present were Edna
Shubert, Mary and Kate Stlne. Hulda
Stromer. Anna Weber, .Imogen In
man, Elale 8kelly. James Hafty, Rob
ert CdVgrlff. Alfred Livingston, Paul
Rlchter, Edwin Shubert. Arthur Bcbuf
ler, and Irving Hanson.
Mrs. George Hanson gave a party
for her little daughter Marlon Frt
Say afternoon. Almond hunt and
games were played, and a dainty
hitich was served. Those present
were- and Ruth Suter, Beatrice
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Have you ever looked into the details of construction and the
mechanical features together with the handsome appearance
of the Mitchell Automobiles t find the reasons why they ar
being bouf ht 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 you with full InformatJott
tnd can assure you that it is well worth Investigating befere
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 will take care of your car one year free of
. charg". - " ' '-'' ;- " "
y. Price $1650 .:; .... -
Otncr moeU. chesper. Fuliy .qufpeeo! F. O. B. Oregon Gty
Pnon us tor dso.trst.o Bad w will call at your home foe
Some Good Bargains In Second Hand Cars .
C. G. Miller, Afjcnt
.' Garage Cor. 6th al ' ;