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MOHNINO ENTEKPItIHE,' HATUKDAY, JULY 1, 1911.
of July fecials
to $18 Suits
nmer styles, pest
lues on earth.
'pedal S 1 1
SUSPENSION ORIDCC) jftNER
lara-Why. I thought yen ka At
I'eyaer girl. t
aude-l did. hut I don't sj 4k to
any more since I saw bet S'Uig
-elate h e creaui lu pink ft- 'a .
. .. i i ;
lbert Durst, of I'nlwn MIS waa
lie city Friday. I -
V. Kuasell. of MolailaJ sited
nds In the city Friflay. i
idiert fjuenther. of Iienver ; rvek.
In thla city on Thursday.! -r.
Huel and family, of 0.1. see,
i' In this el'y. on Wednesd,,
'. A- Holme i.ft thl r .for
L$ Francisco on a pleasure V't
Kirk Ceaaaday and fatally, t krua,
re In tbla city on liutJneat Tare-
'.tigene Cummlngs, of Iteave) ek,
n In this city on business, t ir
. s .
kirn. Wednesday. June 17,"'-'he
le of Henry Klelnamlth, of Cl t
Kllholt atage will leave the Rb ir
Mel each day t t o'clot p.
rhonias Kvana, of Has tl ile, as
kong the Oregon city vmtoiv in
JMrs 'Jacob Grossmulter, ot Kf ,
a la tbla city visiting frt- nt
'dnaadav.. . n 1
fllsa asber'o Jolly, of rort l
visiting Mra. K. U Newtou ;:j
y, baa returned to I'ortlKad I
Ua kA '
Oreffim for the wek Ktil a-
t dmhih r'-tr on fbuPMh if J
IvilIW. "Vawehsn. lw"J!. Ba 4
prominent reaias a of Molalla,
ka In thls-dty onedtieeduy. (
Mr. and Mrs. Berl Helvlg, of El
rado, gcooenpsUeL I y Oielr two
us. were in vm cion waiinesaay.
Mra. PanHue -flwuM leaves today
r CathUmtr Ws iJl to vUlt her
tighter, Mrs. V. Jn, for g few
t'f his sister,
i has been In
Ui to Oregon
Kill visit bis
Lir, Is In tola oily
a guext at the b
rs. 11. K. Htralgnt
clerald .Tec Kaon." v
kmprn Oregon, ret
iy on Thursday,
rents, Mr. and M
.. : r
w wtHJglveJyoi with' a
I 4 months sub si pt ion
at 45c the ni
t Beautiful China pLAQUEDei ) ;d Handsomely
There aire variety, of patterns t choose from.
Make your scle 4a early. v ; .
obscribtrsIayf ave Them Too i " V
To any pressf subscriber who will bring us four
lew subscription we will present one of these
VaLL SELECTIONS MlT IE MADE
IaNK OP ' (tGON
' ' ' , ..
Bcditiful 20 to 25c
la wis in all the new,
pattern. 4th of July
special' J 7c.
$1.25. to $1.50
waistsi special 88c
Hoiie Dresses at
, big reduction.
C.eorga )l OHUurt Schmidt, two
promlnnn k kinn f Sbuliel, were
In thla i an Tbursdny, having
brought 1 1 :m of tbls year's clip
ping Of ''
' Mrs. t ' i-Ovte ley, of Hoeburg,
who bad n v lt log relatlvee In
Portland 1-1 av at weeks, arrived
It 'ble ci (Ylda . and la the guest
of Mrs. C 04l K .
Mlsa r -i li" L be, daughter of
Judge A Ue, oi The Iiullea. and
Mi a Oua j It hem of Estarada, are
In tbla ci'i It giM tvof tbelr uncle,
J. J. ftrwu and fa.
Mr. and It Frai k 6rossmllIer, of
HbiOjel, a tklt city on business
Krl ly. 'i i- are t .a roud parents
of 4 son. i- n Vonday, June 12.
Tb - we'gb' It the yocnirater wss 10 12
pot ns. ; j t '
'Tickets ft i Kratertal . IlrotherhtKxl
eiruraloa t Jaoiaa, Wash., on July
4th, on sale Btrebls aneat market.
Mra. Bert ueharda, accompanied by
ber two cblll-n. VMa and Klwood,
of 1 leaver. C.. have arrived1 In thla
city, and will nd tie eumtner wltb
the former's Inter. Irs. Ijeon Des-
i ... : . n
George W iarijig& left on Fri
day fin- Beatti. Wsh there he wilt
remain, during te attl tner. ' llefore
returning to k- home It Glad atone.
Mr. Uturtiumttt IU vW at Tacoma
and apokana. Waah ; i
O. W. lilcker!,, formtly one of the
pron luent hmaia ra of Maple Lne,
whsie home in a tola II.; waa In tbls
rlty Melting friend , on 1 itirsday. He
was aorompiakMl by tds daughter,
Mia Itertle (lekenon. '
' Mr. and Mr. A. Um0o Indiana,
are guests of Mr. and rv. R. M. C.
Ilrnwn. Mr. Q ailden, t1 Tillamook,
la also g'Jpi. -k 1 1 Mr. and Mra. Urown.
j and accomi o 1 thsa to Portland on
1 pleasure tff Frldaf. '
IV. and Mr W k. Morris, who have
n Uvlhk- la he realdeare belonging
o the I'iu state da Mnth street
'id 4 11 : .it venue, lllnuve nest
e! ; t' he, 'ome of Ms. Morrla
t tl Mr.. R, J Got fellow, on
I A ad Ctater streeig.
i a, 'a eoe irtpon enXl wo ehli-
I r ; -ue om nfing at uiga
n 1 moving it) tbla city, and U3
ja Ir hofae with Mrs. Msggle
I IU ffn ,a r the preaanU . Mr. lUr-
rtn fc i recently- wac'drownod at
lt. J . -p while trylhaT to rescue his
brother i-Ul'W.''' ' '.
I r. A. Soniaser, formerly of Ore
gon C , has moved his office to 1017
Corfte' kuliding, Portland.
Cf i i4ler. of Th Dallea, arrived In
Onr. City on Thnraday. and haa
beeii i iuog Mg parenta, Mr. and Mrs.
Ali'it Midler, of Fifteenth and Wanh
Ingiot rreeta. Mr. Mosler haa been
In Is- rtaurant buetneas at The
Dalles and recently sold out, but will
enter 'Hfctr buslnese at that place In
the ta at fuiura.. ,
. Ml V'lnnle Jackson, who recently
arrived li.thls dty to visit her par
ent.!, Mr and Mra. Wanley Jackson,
left -trie week for Eastern Oregon,
where tk will Uka the teachera" ex-
6 tnoi ths subscription
').'. ' By Mail
" at 25c the month
thc : ! i 7J
AT THE Off ICE OF THE
C ITY BuiLDING I
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amlnatlon. MIm Jackson taught a
successful terra of school In Eastern
pregon Itut year, tod wm re-elected
to teach the fall Urn.
Mrs. Pauline Schwartz, of this city,
will lur for Catbtameth today,
where aba will epeiid tb Fourth with
W. H. Howell, of tbla lty, superln'
tendent of tbe Oregon City water
worka, baa gone to . McMlnnvllle,
where ba bad charge of tba Installing
of tba filtering plant which waa put
Into operation on mday, Befora leav
ing on Tburaday Mr. Howell attended
the funeral aervlcea over tba remains
of the late, fire Chief David Camp
bell la Portland. ,
Mlaa Mary Kennedy, who haa juat
completed ber year'a work In the He
attle High School, where aba waa In
structor of household art, has arrived
In tbla city, and la tba icueet of Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Ilradley. Mlaa Kennedy
will soon leave for her home at Kan
aaa City, Mr., where she will vlalt
her mother, and will return Weat In
the fall to resume ber duties In school
Mrs. A. Hulden, who haa been visit
ing her daughter, Mra. David Ham
mack, of Mount Vernon, Wsab., re
turned to Oreicoii City on Tburaday
evening, and la at the home of hnr
daughter, Mrs. F. W. Oreeninan, where
ahe will remain during the summer.
Mrs. (Inorge (lould, formerly Miss
llutds l!oldn of thla city, hut now of
Honolulu, and her two children, Hulda
Mary and Ixmnld, who have been visit
lug friends at Corvallls, have returned
to Oregon City, and are gueata of Mra.
tiould'a sister, Mrs. Oreenman.
MR. AND MRS. C. C. MILLER'S SON,
.CORDON, PROVES DELIGHT
At the home of Mr. and Mrs.'t'. (J.
Miller on Seventh and Center streets,
Tliumdiiy afternoon, waa a merry
gathering of young folk, the occasion
being the celebration of little Gordon
Miller's fifth . birthday anniversary.
The young people were brought to the
Miller homo and returned to their
homes In the Miller automobile, and
they had one continual round of pleas
ure from 2 o'clock until 6 o'clock. The
afternoon waa devoted to games and
music, and one of the features was
the grab hag, when each youngster
wss blindfolded and allowed to "grab"
for whatever he wished. Kacb pack
age was wraptted securely, and there
waa a merry time when It came to
opening the packages.
Gordon proved a most delightful Ut
ile boat, and before the departure of
hla guest'a favored them wltb one of
hla aongs, "Any Little Girl." He waa
forced to respoud, to an encore. He
tecelved many pretty glfta. Mra.
Miller waa assisted In the entertain
ment of the young folk by ber slater,
Mix Veda Williams, Mlsa Weeten
gard and Mlsa Tina Illubm.
Thfidecoratlons were - very- pretty,
constat Ing of vlnea and roaea. Re
freshment were aerved. llefore the
departure each little guest recited or
rendered a solo. . 1
Tboae present were Mlsa Alice
lxthwatle, Velma Randall, Alice An
dresen, Judith Hedgea, Mary Fields,
Sylvia Westengard, Gladys Ebberly,
Helen Andresen, IXirle Mayvllle, Eliza
beth Hnyworth, pearl Wlckham, Jean
Moffatt. Maxlne Meldrum, Mary Camp
bell, Dorrla Meldrum, Anna Iennon,
Kmma Leuno, Rhoderlck Porter, John
Moffatt. Dwlgbt Hedges, Duster West
engard. Kdwln Zumwalt. Donald Rut-
ler, Jatule. Butlor. Jodie Miller, llur
dette Pope... Robert Miller, Qordon
St. Paul's ef Autographa.
Every prwactter . bu iMt uiuro tbe
pnlplt at St. fsul'a. iu London, algns
hla nam after i fee arru-e m a book
that la kept In tbe veatry, a book
wblcb date back to K'.tl. tbe earliest
slgnstnre In It tielng "Edward milling
fleet. " Tbla Is fur autugrapba oue of
tbe most vslnsble books In existence,
as It contains tbe slgnstures of great
oumlters of eminent churchmen for
nearly WO years. Most arcblitsbops.
btahops and clergymen ot eminence
prvneb at St. 1'sul s aume time in tbelr
Hume and the Salnta,
Dnvld Hume's reiddi-ure in tbe 'new
town of KUIuburgb wim tbe Hiki build
ing In a new atreet.nnd a witty young
lady cbnlked up on the walla , "St.
David street." alluding to tbe Awm-r.
Hume's servant girl resented such n
reforence to ber master and hurried
Into the bouse to Inform bow he bad
been mode game or. "Never mind,
lassie." said Hume; "many a waur
man has been mude a snlnt tiefore."'
Tbe authorities Hdopted the young
lady's suggestion, for the thoroughfare
Is so named to tbls day. There la an
other version of the philosopher's reply
to bis housekeeper as we hare beard
It: "Never mind: mnny a tietier man
has been mnde a anlnt tiefore me."
Olasgow Hers Id.
A Rigid Ssbbstarian
A Cansdlnn university mnn was
touring In Scotland Inst aummer. One
8unday morning be put bis little ham
mer In bis pocket be le an amateur
geologist! and. strolling out tiHin the
bills, began to chip off such specimens
of rock as Interested blm. A untlve
passing by looked ou with a frown.
"Sir." be snld. "do ye ken yer breuk
In' more than stones there?" "Hrenk.
In' tbe Kabbnth. ebT snld the young
Canadian, wltb a laugb. and. to ap
pease tbe Scot, be put away the ham
mer and walked a little way wltb
blm. A turn of tba road revealed tba
ruins of a castle. "What castle Is
tbatf said tba stranger. "It s no the
day." wss the severe reply, "to bo
epetrln' sic things."
A Celebrated Sulelds.
Haydon. the celebrated historical
painter and writer, overcome by debt,
disappointment and Ingratitude, laid
down tba brusb with wblcb be was at
work upon bla last greet effort. "AJ-
fred and tba Trial by Jury," wrote
with a stead band, "Stretch ma no
longer upon thla rough world," and
then wltb a pistol shot out an and to
hla unhappy sxlsteuce.
AMONG THE CHURCHES
First Ssptlet Corner Mala and Ninth
streets. Rev. 8. A. Hayworth, pas
tor, preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:48
p. m. Sunday School at 10 m.
Morning sublet, "Tunilng Back in
tbe Day of battle." Evening sub
ject, "Jesus Refusing to Fly, or tba
, Second Temptation."
Cathode Or. -erater and Tenth flta.
Rev. A. Hlllebrand paator, res. 913
Water; Low Mass I a. m., with ser
mon; High Maas 10:80 a. m., with
aermon; afternoon service 4:00.
Maas every morning at 1:00.
First Congregational Church Morn
ing aervlce at 10:30 o'clock. Eve
ning service at 7; 30 o'clock.
Chrlet Bv. Lutneran-Cor. Wfhth and J.
W Adama atraaia, KeV. V. Bchmldl
pulur, ra. SUS J. Q. Adanta; H M
10 a. m ; prtliin atmuona of flrai
and Ihtrd Hundaya at 1:10 In Knlih
other Munday Mrvlca mwmlnas at It It
wllh preaching In Oerinaa.
First Church of Christ, Sdsntlft.
Ninth and Center atreets: Morning
aervlce at 11 o'clock. Sunday school
at 12 o'clock. Wedneaday evening
meeting at K o'clock. Reading room
open every afternoon except Sunday
from 2 to 4 o'clock.
German Evangelical CoT Ktshth and
Maliwn drMia. Kv. Wlevl k piui
tor. rra. 711 Madlaon; 8. H. 10 a. m..
Herman grhrad.-r. Monroe atreat, aupt
momlna wrirlce It, jroi'ng t"pl "
i m and preaehlna at t p. m. frayer
neetlnc Wednesday at 7:10 p. m.
Cladaton Chrlstlarw-Rev. A. 11. Mul-
key, pastor, res. Gladstone. Hun
day e taool io a. m , N. C. Hendricks,
supterlntendent. Morning aervlce,
11 o'clock. Ilrotherbood aervlcea at
Mountain View Union (Cong.) S. 8.
3 p. m. Mra. J. H. Qulnn, aupt.;
HI We Study every Thursday after
noon. Methodist Main street cor. Seventh,
Rev. E. F. Zimmerman pastor, res.
cor. Sixth and Washington; 8. S.
9:45 a. m., C. A. WlllUma, Glad
stone, supt.; morning service 10:45,
Epworth League 6:30, evening ser
vice 7.30. Prayer meeting Thurs
day 8 P- m.
Presbytsrlan Seventh street cor. Jef
ferson. Rev. J. R. Landsborough,
pastor, Res. 710 Jefferson; 8. 8. 10
a. m., Mra. W. C. Green, aupt.; morn
ing aervlce 11 a. m. Prayer meet
ing Thursday 8 p. m. Morning sub
ject. "Remember Jesus Christ." The
Lorda supper will be commemorat
ed. Evening subject, "God and Home
and Native Land."
Parkplace Congreoe wunat Rev. J. L.
Jonea paator. rea. C'lmckamaa; S. fl. 10
a. m., Kmery Krenrh supt.; prearhlng
ervlrea each Sunday, alternating be
tween II a. tn. and 7:10 p. m Chrle
tlan Endeavor Tburaday evenlnc 7:10
St. Paul's Rev. C. W. Robinson, rec
tor. Dally services; Morning pray
er, 7 a. m.; Holy Eucharist, 7:30 a.
ra.. eveulng prayer, 7:30 p. m, Sun
day aervlcea: Holy Eucharist a.
m : morning prayer, 10:30 a. m.;
Holy- Eucharist and sermon, 11 a.
m.; evening prayer and aermon,
7:30 p. m.; 8. 8., 12 m.; Thursday
evenings, sermon at 7:30 p. m.
United Brethren Cor. flahtn and Taylor,
Key. L K. Clarke eaatnr. rea. Portland;
B. a. II i. m . Frank Pnrkv. Maple
Ine, etipt ; murnlna aervlce 11. Y. P.
8. C. E. t p. m.. evenlnc aervlce 7.
WIHamotte M. . .No regular prearhlna
aervlcea. B. B. I . m.. Mra. Iteama
aupu . .
Zlon Lutheran Cor. Jefferaon and Eighth
atreeta. Rev. W. R. Kraxbereer paa
tor, rea. 720 Jefferaon; 8. 8. 10 a. m ,
Kev Kraxbereer aupt.; mornlns aervlce
10:10. evenlnc 7:41. Luther Leacue 7
The Skeleton at Large.
"Do you know," abe said, "tbe
Browns bave a skeleton In tbe closet?"
"Ob. no." be replied carelessly.
"But I'm sure of It." sbe Insisted.
"And I'm Just aa sure you're wrong."
be returned. "Tba commeuta I've
beard are enough to prove that that
skeleton of theirs Isn't In tbe closet at
all: lt'a wandering all over tbe neigh
borhood." Literary Funds.
Tbe royal literary fund In England
waa established ss a result of tbe com
miseration . felt for' Floy er Sydenham,
a Ureek ncakuir of Oxford, wbo waa
thrown Into, srem for a debt for
meals and died there at tbe age of
eighty. Tbe establishment of a fond
to assist needy literary men waa due
principally to the efforts of David Wil
liams, a Welsh noncanformlst minis
ter, a friend of Benjamin Franklin.
THK FOLLY OF WORRY.
Speaking of worry, that is one
lh ng thai a mam must learn to avoid
il he will be well and happy. There
ti no one thing in the world that has
a tendency lo upset and rust a man's
body and (acuities more rapidly than
worry. The man who does not
worry is usually a happier and a
better man, as lar as ability and
capacity lor work are concerned,
than the man who allows himself
to be worried. -Justice John Mar
For the arrest and conviction
of any person or persons, wbo
unlawfully remove copies of Tho
Morning Enterprise from the
premises of subscribers after
paper baa been placed there by
Buy From Ug
Soil to Uo
We Pay Top Prices
We Sell Reasonably
Deslera In Wool, Flour, , Hay,
drain, Fsed, Coal, Salt, 8ugar,
California Frulta and Produce.
uth AND MAIN STS
. Oregon Cly. ,
Wants, For Sde, Etc
Metleea aader ISeae elaaajMled i SSiie
will be Inaerte4 at eoe aeat a war, fire
toaerflea. baJ( a eeatt mOditttmrnt anir
tlona. owe hxrB earaV It see momiU. heurf
Inch earC IS ium f l pr moatla.
Caeh muat aeoemjieay areer ealeae an
haa an ope aeavoM wltk Uh paj ar. Me
tlaaaolal reaponalbilllr Sa- eeree; when
errora oeear free earneSed Uea WlU be
printed lor pair aw. Maeexeuia) etterae lie.
WANTEDToii to know teat we buy
all kinds of Curios, that we are In
tbe market for second hand Furni
ture and Tools.' Wa also have a
' gopd assortment of second hand
Fnrnlture and Tools on band for
aala to those tn need. Coma anJ
sea; perhaps wa have Just what yoa
want. Indian Curios and trlnketa
for aala cheap; some that are very
' unique and also very rare. GEORGK
YOUNO, Msln nesr Fifth street.
WANTED Some squirrels or chip
munks. Address ttoi 14, Jennings
WANTED flood, neat girl for general
housework. Inquire Mrs. Frank
' liuach. Both phones.
FOR 8AIJ5 Beautiful home, above!
the fog, lota of fruit and flowers, J
7 room h boose, one full, rlty block; j
price $.1,000; eaay terms. By own-1
er. Mrs. M. E. Case. Main 2393, 1
Oregon City. !
FOR BALE Space In this column
Sell that old plow or barrow; yo
don't use It since you purchased
your new one.
FARM LOANS Dlrolck ft Dlmlck,
Lawyers, Oregon City,. Or.
I HEREBY noUfy all ousiness men
and dealers that I will not be res
ponsible for any debts or bills con
tracted by my wife. Ltie V. Mold
enhauer, after Juno 10, 1911.
C. W. MOLDENHAUER.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN On first mort
gage; 500 and upwards: one year
or longer. Apply at once. Crosa a
Hammond, Attorneya at Law, Bea
ver Bldg., Oregon City.
BUILDER AND COTWACTOR.
. . .. (
HARRY JONES Bonder and Oeoeral
Contractor. Estimates cheerfully
given on all classes of building
work, concrete walks ana reinforced
concrete. Rea. pboasi Mala 11L
O. D- EBT, Attorney-at-Law. Money
loaned, abetracta famished.' land
titles examined, estates aettled, gws
era! law bustnea. Over Bank of
U'REN 4 BCHUKBEL, Attorneys t
Law, Deutscher ' advokat. wfH prao
tlce tn all court a. make coOeetJoaa
and settlements. Omce ln Enter
prise Bldg.. Oregon City. Oresjoo.
K. H. COOPER, For Flra taaaranor
and Real Estate. Let a handle
your properties wo buy, sad sad
exchange. Office in Baterprlae
Bldg., Oregon City. Dragon.
Notice of Guardian's Sale of Real
NOTICE Is hereby given that the un
dersigned will sell at private sale
for cash in hand a one-ninth (1-9)
Interest in the following described
The east half of the northeast
quarter of section 15, T. S S., R.
4 E., of the Willamette Meridian In
Clackamas County, Oregon; said 1-9
Interest comprising all the Interest
of Ernest Marshall, a minor, there
in. This sale Is made by virtue
' of an order of the County Court
of the State of Oregon, for Clacka
mas County, In the mstter of the
guardianship of said Ernest Mar
shall, a minor.
Said sale will be held on and
after the 17th day of July. 19X1,
and offers and bids for said Interest
in said land will be received at the
Estacada State Bank, in Estacada,
Clackamas County, Oregon, and
sale will be made for cash In hand
to the highest bidder therefor.
Guardian for aforesaid.
Notice of Application for Liquor
NOTICE is hereby given that I will,
at the next regular meeting of the
City Council, apply for a license
to sell liquor at my place of busi
ness, The Hub Saloon. Main street,
for a period of three months.
DAUGHERTY & KIRBY.
Notice of Application for Liquor
NOTICE Is hereby given that I will,
at the next regular meeting of the
City Council, apply for a license
to sell liquor at my place of dur1
ness. 422 Main street for a period
of three months. '
Notice cf Application for Liquor
NOTICE is hereby given, that I will,
; at the next regular meeting of tbe
City Council, apply for a license
to sell liquor at my place of busi
ness, 702 Main street, for a period
of three months.
NOTICE FOR BIDS.
NOTICE Is hereby given that
sealed proposals will be received at
the office of the City Recorder, for
the furnishing all labor and material
for building a concrete culvert be
tween Fourteenth and Fifteenth
atreeta on John Adams street, until
4 o'clock p. m. on the 12th day of
July. A. D. 1911.
Each bid must be accompanied
bv a certified check for a sum
equsl to five per cent of the total I
amount of the bid, which sum will
he subject to forfeiture to Oregon
City tn ease of the failure of the
successful bidder to furnish the re
quired bonds and enter into a writ
ten contract for said work. If called
upon to do so, wlthta the time speci
fied for the same ku the Ordinance
providing for said culvert.
. Proposals must be mada.upo4
bl&nks twrnlehoti toy tjfefcon City.
f . X ,riaui io rvjecv wt vr aui uiu
; tor v KigHf- ivo - nt c s. tr- m
We deliver goods to all parts of the ctiy free of charge
. T:l ... , "
A WOMAN is known by the comp
any she keeps. So is a grocery
wagon. Watch oar wagons and yoa will see them
stop at the bes houses fn town. That means we are
giving a superior service and the highest possible
quality YOUR quality. What we do for others we
can do for you. 'Try us.
Watch our wagons today. The drivers will take your orders and de
liver them promptly. They will call as often aa you wish for further
orders. That is their business and your. Please make the fullest
use of it. Save your time.
t ' ':''
The following are some of the leaders this week,
prompt delivery by wagon:
FRESH PINEAPPLES, each 25c.
FRESH RIPE TOMATOES, 6c pound.
HOT HOUSE CUCUMBERS, 2 for 5c.
GREEN BEANS, I Oc pound.
lor to accept any, bid considered, most
favorable to Oregon City la here
Each proposal muat state the time
required for the completion of said
culvert which Improvement work
must be done according to the Or
dinances of Oregon City and the
Charter thereof, and the plans and
speciflcationa governing said work.
Each bidder is requested to fur
nish separate figures for the doing
of all concrete work with Clack a
mil River aand and gravel and for
tbe covering of such concrete work
wlth one-half Inch wearing coat
Tbe notice Is published pursuant
to an order of the City Conncll of
Oregon City, made and entered at
a special meeting thereof held June
Date of first publication July 1,
and tbe last publication Jnly 8,
L. 8T1PP, '
Dretaing the Pillow.
A little child, not three years old.
wss sleepy, and his mother carried blm
to bla crib, but tbe pillowslip bsd
been removed by tbe tauid for the
laundry, and the child, looking op be
seechingly Into his mother's fuce. said.
Pase put a shirt on my pillow."
Z1S! S! S! S! S! S! S!
The largest stock of
In Oregon City is now on sale at
M. E. DUNN'S
Next Door to Postoffice
A New WaSst
You hare probably been wanting one for
a long time, and we are now, offering
you an opportunity to secure one at a
price more reasonable than you ever
thought of. It is an indusputable fact
that this store leads in giving the best
values in high class clothing, dry goods,
shoes, etc, etc You will find, we have
no difficulty in satisfying your taste for.,
our stock is large and varied.
617 Main Street:
HOUSE OREGON CITY
BAPTISTS TO START
EVANGELIST WILL BE OBTAINED
FOR SERVICES IN
At a meeting of the deacons sod -the
pastor of the First Baptist church
plana were laid for an aggressive
spiritual campaign In the church. The
plan Includes a persistent Christian
watch-care over the entire member
ship with a view of obtaining a more
punctual observance of family prayer
and public worship. The question of
sn evangelist to hold meetings in the
church In the fall waa discussed and
several evangelists' names were men
tioned. The pastor was authorized to
write for Information concerning the
men possible and will report at the
next meeting. Arthur E. Rugg was
elected chairman and V. H. Calkins
secretary of the board of deacons.
The capitalization of sentiment, for
a pipe organ for tho church having
reached (981.00. la a most encourag
ing expression of progressive musical
appreciation on the part of the church.
While this la not a sufficient amount
to make advisable the purchase of an
Instrument, yet It Is an excellent start
and the matter will be left open for,
the present in tbe hope that sufficient
amount of money shall be obtained
from other aourcea to purchase the
Excursion Committee Named.
At the firemen's meeting held at
the Cataract'a headquartera a commit
tee waa appointed to arrange for the
coming excursion to Cascade Locks.
It Is composed of Harry Freeman,
Jack Cameron and Claud Curtis. The
date for the excursion haa not been
set, but it will probably be held after
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