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About Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933 | View This Issue
Sale Ladies take ad
vantage of out
Sale. All 20c,
25c and 30c
lawns on Special
AH our house
dresses at Special
Suspension Bridge Corner
Jolin, Cross, of Molalla, wu In this
rlty mi Wednesday.
N. Hlalr. of Needy, was Id tbla city
on business Wednesday.
Mr. and Mr a. C. C. Hall, of Portland,
sere III thla city on Tucsdsy.
"lr Clamta furl I a of thin city, la
lirwlth blood polsonlngr
Kirrla Mayfleld. of Mayfield, waa la
thin rlty Wednesday.
Ell 8tarh. of Clarkea. waa In tbla
rliy Wednesday on bualneaa.
Iicnjamln Dlmlck, of 8alem, was In
thlH rlty on business Tuesday.
Mrs. "A. C. Freel bss returned from
Bcimlde, where she spent several days.
Herman Flaher. of Carus, was In
thla rlty Wednesday.
Mrs. T. C. Thomas, of Mount Pless
ant. baa gone to Idaho, on business.
Kred Btelner, a prominent farmer of
leaver Creek, was In this city Wed-
I'hlllp Llndeau, of Harmony, waa
transacting bualneaa In thla city Wed-
Ixiula Haaaler, of Gracevllle, Minn.,
haa arrived In Oregon City for a, brief
Mr. Crook, of Mull no, a merchsnt
f that place, was In this city on Tues
day. Mrs. Phil Graves and daughter Eva,
f Macksburg, were In this city on
Wllholt staKS will leave the Electric
Motel each-day at I o'clock p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvln MUey and Mr.
Il'-nry Mlley, of Portland, were In thla
city on Tueaday.
Mra. Kirk Cassady and daughter, of
'urns, were transacting business In
(his city Wednesday.
Mrs. J. Jones and son, of Ban Fran
Yottf? S forjhc Asking
A. -1 For and we wllCgWeyotf with a
it , . . ,
4 months subscription
at 45c the month
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, There are a variety of patterns to choose from.
Make your selection early. ( " '
SbscriberiMy 'Have Them Too
To any present subscriber who will bring us four
new subscriptions we will present one of these
..ALU StifCTIONS MUST BE MADC AT THE OFFICE OF THt ,
BANK OP ORCCON
cisco bav arrived In this city to
pend a fewdavs with fri.nd. '
A" r of tfJlalla, was la
thla city on Wednesday, Having
brought with him a load of floe cheese
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. IHork, former
iZniTt 0t 70" W'r. tut now of
Portland, were In thla city Tuesday.
I. B. A. Bummer, formerly of Ore
ion City, has moved his office to 1017
Corbelt building, Portland.
Mlaa Krmal Mann, of Pendleton,
spent the first part of the week wild
Mr. and Mra. J. w. Cole. Mine Mann
a mere or Mr. Cole.
Mlaa Mary Ix.Un, trained nurse
of Portland, whoa horn. ae formerly
lu this rlty, was In Oregon City on
Mr. and Mra. 8. g. Walker, who have
Immiii rusticating for several days at
the Toll (late, have returned to Ore
A. lluldwln. of Aurora, one of the
prominent school teachers of the
roomy, waa In this rlty Tuesday, reg
lali.rlng at the Kleclrlc Hotel.
Mlaa Orace Whllebousu, of port
laud, who has been a gucat of Mr. and
Mrs. W. U. Stafford, has returned to
her home at Portland.
IJlian Harris, after a wetika visit
at tin- coiiiilry home of Mr. aud Mra.
William Robinson, of the West Hide,
returned to Oregon City Tuesduy.
Charles Hpeiice, of Iteaver Creek,
wua In thla rlty on Tuesday, being
accompanied by hla daughter, MIhs
Mlaa Katella Crlswells, who recently
arreptixl a position In the court house,
went to lliililmril on Hunday, where
ahe vUlieil Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Bum
son. Mlaa Roma Stafford, of thla city,
haa gone to Corvallla, where a lie will
attend the summer school. Miss Staf
ford la one of the teachers of the Ore
gon City arhools.
Mr snd Mrs. J. M. Ware, of Philo
math, have returned to Oregon City.
They have been spending tbe winter
with their: son, Jtev. A. J. Ware at
Dr. Albert Mount, of Portland, has
srrlved In this city to take charge of
tbe Dr. Hugh 8 Mount's practice
while the latter Is In Los Angeles, at
tending a meeting of physicians.
II W. Htreblg and Ksrr Ilrothers
purchased a car of cattle on Tuesday
from the Deneon Commlaalon Com
pany, and the rattle arrived from Port
land on Tuesday evening.
It. I. Ilolman baa returned from Mc
Mlnnvllle, where be accompanied hla
two younger children, Alice snd Mor
ris, who wilt remain during the sum
mer with relatives at MrMlnnvllle and
at Tbe Dalles.
I). C. Ltourette irrt on Wednesday
for McMlnnvllle, where he will attend
the commencement exercises of the
llaptlat rollege, when hla daughter,
Mlaa llutb Mtouretle will be graduat
ed. Mra. (jatourette left several days
ago for McMlnnvllle, and will alao at
end the exercises.
Mra. Viola Godfrey, of thla city, has
accepted the prlnclpalship of tbe
North School, of Corvsllts, at a good
aalary. Mrs. Godfrey has been princi
pal of the Willamette school for the
past three years, and before thla waa
connected with the Oregon City High
Mlaa Amanda Clear, formerly of thla
city, but now of Tualatin, and alater
of Mra. Mary Csrotbers and Mrs.
Sarah, JMrkerson. of Canemah, under
went a surgirsl oeratlon at the Good
Samaritan Hospital on Tueaday. Mrs.
('aro"thef87M'rs." Dtckersonand Mrar
Wlnters, of New berg, another sister
of Miss Clear were st the hospital
during the operation. Miss Clear Is
Electric Hotel Arrivals.
The following sre registered at the
Elctrlc Hotel: Charles F. Tletxe, A.
II. Klrby. C. E. Dunlsp, E. Clawaon,
W. It. MrCrary, C, M. Lewalllng. Port
Ian w; Herbert W. Copeland, Skawoko
wa. Wash.; Erva E. Leaton, Canby;
A. A. Haldwln. Aurora; H. C. Mahony,
William Swain, Mra. W. C. Crawford,
Portland; Mrs. J. M. Hsrtman; N. Rob
enstetn) portlsnd; G. Johnson, Port
land: IJills Haaaler, Oracevllle,
Minn.; James Dslton, J. J. Scott, Al
bany; R. W. Ward. Oregon City; C.
Unuulst, Oregon City; C. C. Hall.
Portland; Mrs. C. C. Hall, Portland
I want a furnished house
5 or 6 rooms modern.
M. L Bowman
Room 9, Beaver Bldg.
6 months subscription
. By Mall
at 25c the month
MOItKlHO ENTERPRISE, THURSDAY. JUNE 22 ifill. v
i ; ' :
Dr. and Mrs. Hush a. Mntlflf fas a
tonight for Loa Angeles, Cal, to be
absent about 10 days. Dr. Mount will
stiend tbe annual meeting of the Am
erican Medical Association. He Is a
member of the National Auxiliary Con
Mlaa Ethel Ulvitnn '.I u-l -1.
.1.1, 7t . ' "mmiu, ailr
f. ,Tl ,b- bw,n r Ml Margaret
( aufleld. aud with friends In PorV
land, hua returnat in i... k.
- - a, u, uuiuv U
HBiem. Miss Klgdon waa principal of
i- an ncnooi in Aaiiiand for three
years, and will ha nrin..i...i .i..
Halem High School next year. '
Head the Morning Enterprise.
Chicago Lightweight Says Blow
on Proboscis Started Him Oil.
FIRST BATTLE IN BOILER SHOP
After Rtesivlng Sting an Ness Pseky
Ssilsd Into Hit Opponent and Mads
Him Quit Rsooivsd $2.50 For His
Firat Profotaional Fight
"When that big fellow In the boiler
shop yard lu Cbh nuo hIkh ui list
sgnliiMi my nose soujetblng stung me
and aouiethlng told me right then tbst
I wss s prlseflghter."
Thai's the way Packy M char bind
says be stsrted In the slsm Hang
"I tore Into tbst nei:ro." snys Parky,
"and sniHKbed my right and left hands
Into bis fsce so fasi ihui be dually tell
flat uo bis back, while tbe boiler
makers who had gathered around be
gan to yell Tbe uegro-hls nsme
wss Kol-got up anil come bark st
ma We both bud on gloves Tbe men
had aeen to tbal Well, when bis
black fare allowed up agalu. I cracked
him four 1 1 men on that same note
This time be went down for kkI in
strsd of coming back si me Kox crawl
ed over to oue side and began trying
to take off bin glove." Now. rtgbl here
Is where Pscky claims the original
Btory got Its stsru
"You ain't qulttln', sre yooF said
one of tbe bollermskers In derision
"Get bark In there snd tight."
"New. sir eeT mattered Koi through
bis swollen lips "I sin'i gwlne tight
no more I tella you all right now dnt
I ain't gwlne light no man what du't
scatter his blows "
Pscky swears that it was tbat flgbt
wltb tbe negro boy In tbe boiler shop
tbat made blm a protesaionsi pugilist
He found ont that It didn't pay to
scatter his blows.
It wss just Ore yesrs ago tbat a lit
tie fellow railed Parky by his desk
mates altpped away from school and
went to work In a boiler shop In Cbl
csgo as an apprentice He received
SB salary tbe munificent sum nt 10 a
"They kept me busy." snv th little
flgbt ef . "cha al nga mn nrt the ptitreH
after left banded monkey wrench.-
and that son of thing for two we.k.
and then I was promoted inn it I
allowed to bold tbe hot Iron w hile s
big fellow beat It with a bstnii r and
tung me with tbe apHrks Sometime
tbey would let me use the hs miner,
but I never was murh t a hsmmer
thrower, and I used to spend a lot of
my time toying wltb a set of boxing
gloves that were kept a round the
"Fox. the colored boy. allowed one
day aa how he could give me a trim
mliirf. and when the whistle blew I al
lowed he couldn't and we went Into
the bark yard to have It out."
Pocky liuinetlinlely l hereafter con
eel veil the Idea Ihnt he was destined
to he a hero of the ring, threw up his
Job and went 1n search of big money
"You know I had to get home early
every night." be confided, "and tell my
mother tbat I was still working This
went along pretty good until tbe time
came to come In with the money, and
I waaVt there. The tlghilng game
wasn't declaring any large dlridena.
and I had to beat It to my muiii'm
bouse to keep my mother from know
Ing that I waa not working
"After hanging around tbe gymna
slums for another month I finally got
signed np for a preliminary tight with
Johnny West. I licked him Juat aa I
did the negro, but even then tbe mon
ey wasn't coming any too strong I
got I2.M) for the flgbt. and my man
ager took 11.00 of It. and he had a reg
ular Job too "
CUBS HIGHEST SALARIED.
Several ef Chloago Nationals Draw
S4.000 er More Apisos.
Tbe highest salaried tlji ifaitue team
la Frank Chance's Chimin National
league club There Isn't a doubt of
tbla In eplte of tbe fancy price paid
to Cobb Msthewsoo. Crawford and
Tbe three Cub outfielders, 6cbulte.
Bheckard and Hofman. draw dowp a
total of $I2.(00 a year. 11 of man get
ting more than either of Ibe other two
Evera and King are close to the i-YooO
mark. Mordecal Brown Is over If, and
Tinker gets In tbe neighborhood of
H.nno Chnoce himself pulls out $10.
000 straight salary and also shores In
tbe dividends of tbe club
Why Oslsnsnty Is Plsyin First.
Jim Deiahanty Is twlnii pisyert at
first base by Hugh Jennimre to give
bis leg a chance to mend lel found
It Impossible to cover ground at second
becanne of a bad knee which be In
lured last fall. Ue says that with rest
bis knee will mend and be will tie able
to fill his old position. Hut Del's bit
ting ran not be "spared by tbe Tigers
just now. so to keep ttlm In tbe gsme
he has been shifted to first base snd
0'l.eary Is doing stunts at second Del
figures tbat In a few w ka be will be
able to plav second agsln.
Smith te Referee Wrestling Bout.
Ed Bmltb. a Cblcsgo uewspsper msn.
will referee the world's vbsmplonship
match tictWHeti liotrb arid Hacken
st'biuidt at American League para.
I'Mrsgo, lbur day
QUIZ TOO DIFFICULT,
UGHTY-FOUH TAKE EXAMINA
TION FOR PLACES IN THIS
Complaint haa been marts train
against th State Department of Edu
cation for Its difficult examination
papers. This tlm It Is not the pupils
who are comnlalnlns. hut th th.
era themselves. The examination of
teachers for the Clackamas County
schools began Wednesday In the
county courthouse under the supervis
ion of (Superintendent Gary. Several
of tb teachers, after the ordeal of
the day, declared that tbe questions
were unusually dirricult, and it was
Intimated that there waa no reason
EllfhtV-four of whom fourteen ara
men, are taking tbe examination,
which - will continue todav. tomorrow
and Saturday. It la ona of tha larvaat
classeB ever examlued In thla county,
ana several of tn members ar well
snown inrougbout tne state.
For the Children
Dolls' Erii That
Grow In tha Wood.
In the spring woods we Heidotn ot
serve ihe shorl. fuxxy iimier olme
white bunelH-rry Doner', lull in toe
siltilliitl wot! Iheii Iriiit. itu e.
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WANTED You to Vnew that tha En
terprlae Job printing department IB
the most complete In tbe State,
outside Portland. Try It for your
Mra. Edward Dugan, of St Paul
Minn., Is visiting at the borne of J. W.
Mrs. Fred Roberts and children are
visiting relatives at Vancouver, Wash.
Grant Hawley. of Portland, has usi
moved Into his new homa near Court
Regnlald Wltte, who haa been a stu
dent of tbe O. A. C. the past year,
returned to his home in thla city this
Ira N. Gibson and wife, of Dayton,
Or., were guests last week of W. B.
York snd f.tmlly. They attended the
The piedmont Holy Redeemer
school, In charge of Father Canwell,
held Ita annum picnic at Crystal Lake
Park Tueaday. Gamea, boating and
bowling were features of the day. The
picnic was In charge of the sisters
.of the school at Piedmont.
Df. O. P. Low, or Arlington, ur.,
spent a few hours here Tuesday. The
doctor thinks well of the little city
and may locate here In the near fu
ture. The Turn Verein Club, of Portland,
held a picnic at Crystal Lake Park
last Sunday. Only members and those
holding Invitations were admitted.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Emmel and
daughter were in Washington county
vialtlng last week.
The MllwauUle Commercial Club
will meet Thursday, evening, the pub
lic dock will he discussed, labeling
print of hiBtorii iil Interest, labeling
streets at oonicru and Intersections.
Th first mate bank for the first
time ainCc its organization, passed the
$100,000 mark in footing up June 17.
which speaks well for the manaRe
ment of the bunk and the general con
fidence In the conservative methods
of the officers of tha Institution.
The progress made in the work on
Main street has added more than fifty
per cent to the appearance of the city.
Evangelical church.-Rev, E. Rad-
baugh pastor. Sunday school at io:ju
a. m . Preachlna at 11:30 a. m. Y. P.
A. at 7 p. m. Preaching at S p. m.'
Prayer meeting Wednesday evenings.
Choir practice Thursday evenings,
teachers' meeting Friday evenings.
St John tbe baptist church, Rev. H.
Hugenroth, psstor. Low mass and
sermon 8 a. m." High mass Bermon
and benediction 10 a. m.
About fifty employee of the Ira
Powers' furniture store had a picnic
on the river Sunday. The majority
of them came to this city and made
times Mvely for a while.
Several members of the Portland
Rowing Club spent Sunday on the
river bank and attended tha ball game.
Dr. H. M. Russ, of Montavllla, spent
Sunday with his daughter Mrs. E. C.
Warren and family.
Miss Louclle Clemmens, of Portland,
formerly of Oak Grove, visited Elmer
Worthlngton Friday. '
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Worthlngton
and Walter Kuehl loft Sunday morn
ing for southern Oregon where they
expect to take up a homestead.
Mra Alfred Hurst, of Harmony,
spent Monday with Mrs. Chsrles
. The Junior Dasehsll team was de
feated by the Brooklyn team on their
grounds in Sell wood, Sunday; score $
Charles Graham leaves for Seavlew
Long Beach Monday evening te work
all summer for Frank BtrauhsJI,
Thomas Oraham. Br, left for Tha
Dalles Monday morning and will go
to Lake county before returning. Mr.
Oraham la looking for a homestead.
Mr. Fellows, of Portland. Is bulldlna
a house east of Mr. Richardson's,
wnicn tne family will occupy.
John Oatflsld sold two and one-half
acre of land to a man who expects
to build tbla summer.
The new school house at Concord
Is progressing; tbe concrete basement
Is being put In and tbe lumber on
Read the Morning "Enterprise.
The annual school meeting of tbe
Concdrd school district waa bald Mon
day evening. C. W. Rlaley waa elect
ed director and John Baungartner
T. M. Klrby, father of Mrs. Arnold
left Monday for a visit wltb bis son
Dr. E. U. Klrby at Elgin, Or.
Mrs. J. Rupert entertained the Cor
rlent Lituary Club of Portland, at her
beautiful home Tuesday. Lunch waa
served on the lawn under tbe trees;
a literary program waa given by tbe
members and the day waa enjoyed by
all. Mrs. Rupert entertains the club
onc a year.
E. C. Warren and L. E. Armstrong
were In Portland on business Tues
day. Mrs. Simon Blgham and daughter
were Portland visitors Monday.
Miss Gussle Brant entertained Sun
day In honor of Mlaa West of the
Oregonlan staff. Besides tbe family
Keveral friends were out from Port
land. Miss Minnie Able left for Yakama,
Wash., Monday to visit her slater Mrs.
Buvg Jones and family.
Mrs. John Rlsley was a 'Portland
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Williams spent
Sunday with friends at Bonneyvllle.
Mrs. Bpauldlng and daughter Mrs.
Ellis were Portland visitors Tuesday.
Mrs. Emily Hewett and Peter Hefty
were married by Judge Samson Tues
day at the borne of a friend, L. A.
Noble, at Oregon City. Mr. Hefty la
well-known and all of his friends ex
tend their congratulations to the
Mrs. Clara Hutcblngson and daugh
ter Rhena, were in Portland on busl
Miss Lei a Smith, "of Macksburg was
In Canby Tuesday.
C. F. Romlg went to Oregon City
Tuesday to take the teachers' exam
ination Wednesday, Thursday and Fri
day. Mrs. Daniel Robinson went to Port
land Tuesday to see. her daughter,
Miss Verna Robinson graduate.
Read the Morning &p?rprlse. .
Mrs. Beaton and daughter Orva
went to Oregon City Tuesday. The
latter Intends to take the teachers'
Miss Anna Kmberger made a busi
ness trfp to Woodburn Monday.
Miss Mabel Tackeltton, who went to
Aurora to work last week, haa re
turned to Canby.
Mr. Vaughn made a buslneas trip
to Oregon City Tueaday.-
Mrs. Mlz, who has been In Montana
for some time, returned to Canby Wed
nesday to visit her mother, Mrs. F. C.
Charles Campbell, of Walla Walla,
Wash., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. J.
Charles Green, of Los Angeles, visit
ed his- cousin H. A. Lee last week.
Tbey bad not met for 60 years. Mr.
Lee visited Mr. Green at hla home in
New- York-while onbls-way to Ore
gon. Royce Brown and mother were In
Portland Wednesday. '
William Knight went to Aurora
Wednesday to attend the funeral of
The Canby Reds and tbe Popcorn
Kings will play ball at the Fair
Grounds June 25. The Kings now
hold the record for being one of the
fastest amateur teama In the valley.
Game called at 2:15 p. m.
Canby held lta annual school meet
Ing Monday night, June 19th. There
were 185 legal voters. The fllve mill
tax wag voted, and not a descentlng
vote wsb cast against It. The school
district Is entirely out of debt, and It
was decided that a janitor be chosen
to be in constant attendance in case
of fire or any emergency. Mr. Wang
was elected dire tor, and William
The M. E. Church held a Sunday
school meeting last Monday evening.
Mr. Snell, Mr. Burdette, and Mr. Vnack
were appointed on the comfrifltee to
arrange and plan a Sunday school pic
Lee Eckrson has sold his house and
two tots to Mr. Braddford.
George Meeks made a business trip
to Portland Wednesday.
Mrs. Clyde Evans and daughter are
visiting at the W. H. Balr home.
Mr. Carlton was up from Portland
Tuesday transacting business here.
Nick Young, Denver Gaston, and
William and Frank Kendell attended
the race meet at Independnce Wed
nesday. Tbey went in Mr. Vaughn's
The cltiieng of Canby are going to
extend the flume across the prairie to
Kellogg's strawberry nursery.
William Luckee and Miss Sadie
Kvana were married by Rev. Creesy
Ht George Kohler's, Wednesday; June
21 1 at high noon. An automobile was
waiting for them and after tbe cere
mony they were taken to Oregon City
where they took the train for Cali
fornia to spend their honeymoon.
After the honeymoon Is over they will
return to Canby. to make this their
r Frank Won shipped a carload of
sheep to tne inion biock iaru in ri
. Ask Your Physician.
It Is not necessary for any woman
to take our unsupported word for any
statement me make. In fact, she can
easily satisfy herself as to the efficacy
of Rexall Vegetable Compound, If she
will come to us, let us acquaint her
with the Ingredients contained in this
preparation, and then ask her physic
ian his opinion of tha treatment
The formula, after which Rexall
Vegetable Compound Is put up, la the
same as used by a reputable success
ful physician In treating such ailments.
Since it haa been on tbe market the
reliability of this treatment has been
demonstrated In hundreds of cases,
and today so posilve are wa of the
results one- may expect from a treat
ment of this preparation, tbat wa
offer to refund any money yon may
have paid us for Rexall Vegetable
Compound, If It falls to produce bene
ficial results in your , own case.
Bear In mind that Rexall Vegetable
Compound may , be obtained only at
our store Tha Rexall Drug Store.
Price, $1.00 per bottle. Huntley Bros.
. APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR
Notice Is hereby given that I t
ALL the troubles of can
ning day disappear when you
use our supplies. Everything of the
best was time tried and fully tested
before we even placed the 'orders Vith
Jors that arc
is guaranteed to be
and oil the other little Items thot moke rr!
XJT;. conning thef pleosure It should be.
P And the prices ore the lowest in the
ilown consistent with.voiue.njsS ii23
Coll In ondjlnspcct Our Stock?
g? J. EJgSEELEY
OPPOSITE -COURT HOUSEOREGON CITY
at the next regular meeting of the
City Council, apply for a license to
sell liquoir at my place of business
corner Fourth and Main streets, tor a
period of three months.
A. J. 8UKBER.
Notice of Application for Ltqjor Li
Notice In hereby given, tbat 1 will,
tbe next regular meeting of the
City Council, -apply for. a license to
sell liquor at my place of business.
408 Main Street, for a period of tbree
J. B. KERRICK. -
Wants, For Sale, Etc
Notlcra under ttaeas cUMtrld hMdnrg
a 111 t lnMlrd at on cnt a word ftrw
Inwrtlna. half a cant additional rT
tlona. one Inch car, ft par tnontt. nail
Inch card, it lines' si per monin.
Caab must accompany order snlraa o"
haa an open account with the paper. N.
financial reapnnaiDiuty ior errnra; wnn
mra occur free correct aolica will b
printed for patron. Minimum chars Ur
WANTED Board for boy by
month. Address Box 321, City.
WANTED $1000 loan on good prop
erty. Address A-10, care Enterprise.
WANTED Experienced girl or wo
wan for general housework at Port
land; good wages and pleasant
place. Apply 1006 Main St., Oregon
City or 593 East Salmon St., Port
WANTED You to know mat we bn
all kinds of Curios, that we are lu
' the market for second hand Furni
tura and Tools. We also have i
rood assortment of second hand
Furniture and Toole on hand for
sale to those in need. Come acJ
see; perhaps we have Just what you
want Indian Curios and trinkets
for sale chesp; some tbat are very
unique and also very rare. GEORGE
-We have ctit
TOWELS and TOWELING
departments and low prices here don't ,
mean cheap goods. Not a bit of it.
We use the term low 'prices' in the comporo-
five sense only. Some goods ere too cheop
for us to handle-others too denr-ln neither,
cose do you receive proper returns for money
expended. You con shop here with full cs
suronce thot you ore getting one hundred cts ,
worth of volue for every dollor spent. .Here
ore a few items thct will prove this osscrtlcr.i
' " Towels, regular price 15c each , I I C
Toweling, Roman 10c yard 7C
W. A. HOLLIES
6X7 Mta Street Oregon Ciy, C:.
air-tight, paroffine thot
YOUNG, Main near Fift
I HEREBY notify aft DJltci
and dealers that I will jhet kt Is-t
ponsinie tor any debts or biua con
tracted by my wife. Liu V. Mold
enhauer, after Jnne 10, 1911.
C W. MOIJDENHAUER.
FARM LOANS Dlmlck ft Dlmlck,
Lawyers, Oregon City, Or.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN On first mort
gage; $500 and upwards; ona year
or longer. Apply at once. Cross It
Hammond, Attorneys at Law, Bea
ver Bldg Oregon City. t
FOR RENT Seven-room modern
house on 14th and Main streets,
Oregon City. Inquire room 2, Bea
ver Bldg. C T. Tooce ft Co.
BUILDER AND CO ACTO R-
HARKT JONES Builder and General
Contractor. Bstlmatss chearfally
given on all classes of bnlldlnt
work, concrete walks ana ralaforced
concrete. Res. pnoae Mala lit
O. D KBT, Attorney-at-Law. Money
loaned, abstracts furnished, land
titles examined, estates settled, gen
eral law business. Over Bank of
TJ'KJEN ft 8CHUKBKL, Attorneys-at-Law,
Deutscher Advokat, will prac
tice In all courts, maka aoU actions
and settlements. Office la Enter.,
prise Bldg.. Oregon City, Oregon.
COOPER. Foe Fire Insurance
Real Estate. Lai us handle,
properties we bay, sell snd
Oflto la nterprta
Bldg., Oregon City. Oregon.
prices in oar