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MORNING ENTERPRISE. FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1911.
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CLG03 CITY, OREGON
t. t. BROOir, Editor and Publlaher.
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uary . 111. at the fori oinoe at Oreae
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fitch additional. . . -
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CITY OFFICIAL. NEWSPAPER.
lufy 7 In American History. .
1897-Hoo. WUltam Slocomb Gra
' beck. distinguished Ohio eonrre-
' mi. dlrd: bora 181 v.
. 190rWTbp battinblp flt arnOod tram
Sao FToorlaro for ttoo orient. (
. 1910-Or. WIHaia J antra Roife. ado
. cator aod Hbakenpcorroa acaolar.
. died: born 1827. '
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, v astronomical' events,
' (rrotn nona tixla.r to nooo tomorrow J
Son orta 1S3. rW 4iC: mm art
"lAI a. attflSO-p. m. : eornerw iIbjo.
Joplrar satellite No. I mliwlnit'. I a.
m. ptaniHa llrrt-arr'aud Netuu- m
" rrmjntii-thin 1
Down In Lane Coonty they hao
Upped tbo recall on " the Coonty
Judge, . two Commlsaionera and the
Aaseeaor. Who oyer hoard of -an Aa
- Beaaor; aatJafylns ererybody. Tha
Lane objectora aro trying to force the
xmembera of tho Coonty Court oat oa
tha ground that they hare followed
ansclenUflc methoda In road construc
tion and haro wasted tl2S,090. Some
of onr Clackamas brethren are growt
log because onr court has Introduced
system ta road Mnatrodtlon. . The
. public official who, can pleaae all of
tho people all of tho time would bo a
teller attraction,'" ' " '
- ; j " .
; Ei-8ecretary Richard A. Bollinger
; la looao again. In a Fourth of Jaly
speech at Aberdeen 'Wash., ho de-
nouncea tho Initiative and referendum,
tho recall and allied theories of "pro
; greaalTO goyernment" as being des
tructive of Institutions reared under a
"Republican form - of ' government.
. Were Mr. Ballinger a resident of Ore
', goo, he would forget his troubles and
- atop "kicking against the pricks.' It
is rediculous to assert that "the United
States now faces as gravo a peril In
; dissolution of the- Government as that
. which threatened la tho doctrine of
secession Poor Richard!. What U
mt. f. i ';yi 4-". -t
; "1 Rushlight to Mayor of Portland, but
' the old town seems to Jog along Just
"'the same.' ' - -
' ' Language af tha Rng In 1330.
- The "laugiWKe ut .tu nun" bad Ira
' perullarltlea. aod the aiiwrtlnii rHiner
; Inveoied wuden' ot etiirrMniona that
. were , eminently n kn-pinx '"h be
-aVmorailalug and OViraviug nhllHiWiOM
they deMrrtbedV 1 qtKife a f-w II lis
tralloas from ibe bPWMiiaprr rriNirtu ot
! fhe ptftod: '. ,'.
" "A naaty t-rai-k on tlM u-rt Jaw rat
. tied Ibe Criaplu'a Ivotm- and knM-kiHl
. hla Dead on iw aiov who -aup
beard all over iu rma-'
' A' nhowpr of blown tin hla already
i daiuKireO oub ' -
', ' "U l bra id e-nied addled from he
tnreanani Dauuiering ot Karii-v maw
' leys opon Din Sfouee."-Ball's "Retro
, opect of a l-ong I4f". '
Our veiled and terrible guest
(h-oubie) brings (or tit, M we wiD
accept it the boon ol fortitude,
pabence, icli control wisdom, syn.
pathv, faith. . If we ie)ect that then
wa fend in our hands the other gift
cowardrce, weakness. Molaboo,
despair C S. Memaro.
: Three Days Soon ?'
By HERMANN WINTER. OfflcUl of North Carman Lloyd
'F tho telativo rate of progreaa is mainUined throughout the
; next quarter, of ccnturj
a simple eaJculation wfll
twenty-fire jeara iteamshlpa will be CROSSING WELL IN'
STDE OF THREE DAYS. -: f 1 ,,
. But that ta all conjectnre. PoasiMr by that time atcamshipe wfll
hare Wn relegated to the" SCRAP HEAP, with DIRIGIBLES
ci AEROPLANES taking their places i :: ' -
MM TAKE EASY?
GAI'.E FROM BEAVERS
NOURSE. FOORLY SUPPORTED, AL-
,. LOWS PORTLAND ONLY
vfiBTT.ANn. nr . July . (SoeclaL)
eremantn tndaw fiound Bnooka for
Uvea hlU and woo to J. Portland
made aU hlta and two errors, too
game waanover close enough to ba
exciting. " Nourae, who twirled for the
8enatora, toyed with Beaver batters
most of tho. game. Sacramento made
one In each of tho first three Innings,
cored twice In the fifth and once In
tho eighth. If the Senators had given
their pitcher better support Portland
would have had at least one less
Tho following were tho results
lmln Toast 1arua Sacramento
S. Portland S; San Francisco Vernon
1; Los Angeles 6, oaitiana 1.
Northwestern League Portland 6,
Seattle t; Spokane 19, Victoria 8; Van
couver 1. Tacoma 0.
National League Chicago fc New
vnrv putahurr 10 RronklvB 1: Cin
cinnati ' 12. Boston 11; St. Louis 13,
Philadelphia 11. -
American League Cleveland 4,
Philadelphia 0; St. Louis S, Chicago
1; no other games scheduled. -
;."- I S TA ND I N a
' Pacific Coast.
' V"' ; : - .: W. .
Portland .... ....... SI
San Francteeo ....... U
Vernon ..... ........ SI
Oakland .... ... - S3
Sacramento .... . . . . 44
Los Angeles 41
Tacoma ,i . .
33 ., . .(07
Portland .-'.i ....
Victoria ,j , vr .
47 - 34 .680
. 38 39 .494
. 38 4a .487
. 19 59 , J44
LEADERS III BALL
SERIES PLAY TODAY
PRICE BROS. AND GLADSTONE
' TEAMS TO MEET AT
The Price Bros, and Gladstone base
ball teams win play a game at the
Chautauqua at 3:30 o'clock thla af
ternoon. These teams aro leading In
the Chautauqua series, each having
won one game, and the contest today
will bo hard fought The lineup will
bo as follows:
Price Bros. . Gladstone.
Long. A. , . , Hargraves
C Douglas Mulkey
N. Long, (Capt.) Burdon
, ; First Base.
" Second aBse.
R. Douglas i Johnson
; ; 'Third Base. ,
Van Nortwick ...... Bel vers
E. Douglas .' Johnson
MILL OWNER TO BE
TRIED BY JURY TODAY
FRANK DAVENPORT ACCUSED OF
' ALLOWING SAWDUST TO
GET INTO CREEK.
1 The case of the State against Frank
Davenport, a mill owner of Ames, who
Is charged with allowing sawdust from
bis mill to get into Deer Creek, will
bo called for Uial before Justice of
the Peace Samson and a Jury today.
The case has attracted much Interest
and Davenport has been before the
Court before on the same charge. It
is charged that the sawdust got info
the creek when the water was high,
snd that Davenport did not take
proper precaution to keep It out of the
water. He Is said to have dumped
(he dust In a place that overflows.
Sawdust Is harmful to fish, which Is
the came of the complaint. It gets
Into the gills of the nsh snd stops
(Continued from page 1.)
Mrs. Alltiea V. Bailey, speaker for the
First society of Portland; Mrs. Ladd
Finnican, "Mother of the Camp;" Miss
Emma V. Klenow, vocal soloist of j
Portland, and Taraknatn r, nf tha'
ll'nlverBlty of Washington. i
that wa shown thronghont the last
ahow that at the end of the next
President Tift Donned Cap and
Gown on Recent Visit fb Yale
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Photo eopyrla-ht by,Aaartcan Frees Aaaoetaaoa. HU. J
PRBSIDENT TAFT Is a Tale man, as every one known,- Be graduated
ta the claaa of T8, being second In tho class, which numbered 121. lie
was the salutatorUn and class orator. At that time he got tho degree
n i and in 1803 Tale gave hlaa tha degree of LL. D. Mr. Taft to
prood of Tata, and Tale to proud of
been nrssHt" t "" fit '
and other functkma. He takes an active Interest in affairs that concern Tale,
and he baa often favored graduate Of that university la making appoint
ments. The above picture was made on his recent visit to New Haven, where
a waa present when degrees were given to nearly 1.000 students. Mr. Taft
waa on his way to Woolsey halt, where tho degrees were eonferrad. He was
accompanied by ei-Prealdent Timothy Dwlghtof Yale, both gnUiuea appear
ing ta cap and gown.
IE DECIDED TODAY
FINDING OF ROCK FOUNDATION
MAY REDUCE COST OF
The County Court, at a meeting to
day, probably will decide whether to
readvertlse for bids for remodeling
the courthouse or have the work done
under its own supervision. Bids re
cently submitted were thrown out for
various reasons, and the court em
ployed excavators to find a rock foun
dation where It is proposed to erect
aa addition to the -building.. Rock
waa found at a depth of fourteen feet,
and because of this it is believed that
the work can be done for less than
was originally thought. It Is the in
tention to provi'de a vault for the
Sheriff's office and Increase the vault
room In two of the other offices.
Barbrra lu ; nie ? fei) ( itiv
Chriatiau era were U fpriuunm lu
talk while abavlug a pulmu mueeU.
alleoce waa so tuurli arevuiiea uy
persons while under the barber a bauds
that mutes were preferred for this
Will Be incomplete
WE CAN MAIL IT ANYWHERE FOR
25 CENTS A' MONTH
It's worth the money.
It's like a letter from home
, It will keep yoti folly informed
about t the happenings of your city
and county during your absence.
v' .. ' ' ' ' -
You can place your ordft by telephone.
The Morning Enterprise is the only
dally newspaper between Portland
and;SaIem. It is steadily, growing
7 In popa.'arrty. .
You get a 1 the news worth while In
Mr. Taft Several times since he has j
''" en.tek tn attend enaaaasutaiuaiiis
NOT GEORGE C BUT HOWARO M
WHO MAKES BIG HIT
Persons who attended the Fourth of
July celebration at Sandy, declared
Thursday that tha oration of Howard
M. Brownell, son of George C. Brow
nell, waa a masterpiece. Although a
young man, Mr. Brownell Is one of
the leading lawyers of Astoria, and
like hia father.Js an Impressive and
eloquent speaker. Mayer - Brownell
was asked to make the oration at
Sandy on the Fourth, but he waa not
well enough, and . hla son was then
chosen. There waa much disappoint
ment at first over the Mayor'a In
ability to keep tho appointment, but
this waa dispelled by the success of
the younger man.- Howard M. llrow
nell Is a Deputy District Attorney at
Astoria, and Is not only an eloquent
but a forceful and profound lawyer.
as it ancuie tie.
Who bus i l mrtm-tf Him M Ik okuuIIt
the liUt-k HlM-efi aitllif In lull) wuo i
Bv A. TOMUNSON FORD
Cepyrtsht ay Amariraa Press Asee-
Ton kluroht waa a1 lusty lad Qui
kug from the aluiarjld lale. lie could
never see any work going oo nut ue
must be In It ills fort was euierseu
clea. If a waa needed to M oug imi
rruiu under a Pile of brk'ka or eariii
Tom a ph-k and shovel were always in
tbe advautw ot otbera. . IMU some one
tumble in a well Tom was tbe eraun
to go down and rtarue -bim. Indeed
Tom waa always about wben aa airl
dent occurred aod ibe principal way
in tba salvage gang,
itm eraat airenuib In one direction
la usually at Ibe eipeuse of streuiii
in another. Let 'low gel slrk snl nr
wss tbe veriest coward awl wblwiwr.T
la tbe land. At tbe allgbleat atiweui
he would take to bis bed and gruau
and fret and wonder why Ibe dot-to
Uluut come. kee(iug bis mother aifl
bis little alaier Nrs waiting oo buo
Then tbe wiuieni tbe wu lert Dir.
be was covered with sbauie at bis tl
mldltv. He kicked uff tbei-orer. ImmhhI
ed out of bed aod aeiied uion soy
method fouveoiebt or oiuerwixe
sbow tboae about blw thai be- waa, afl
er all. a urn a.
Oue afterouon Tom was aetced with
a a-rltilna- Aa UsubL be got Into bed
dupatcbitd bis youuger brotber for Ibe
doctor aod mared for reatorativea ui
wolber brought hot wuler. dlped it
towel In It and ciap(Wd it ou iom p
harw stowavu. lorn howled With
pain, for the water was near the ill "
Ing point and took the skin off. Ul
mother ran To tbe water cooler wttb
another towel, soused It In and. run-
lag bark to tbe bed. put ll wbi put'
bad put tbe otber ooe. A terrible colli
ran through tbe Invalid, and tbe grip
ing Increaaed fourfold
-If the dortber dou't get here wthln
flye minutes." be cried. -I aball te a
But before tbe five minute were up
the pain suddenly left him He sat up
la bed and looked about him.
"Ue down." said his mother. -The
doctor la coming aod If he Hods Ton
able 10 alt up be will Im very, angry
We've been hurrying him. telling hlra
that you were at death' doof
Tom lay bark ou hU pillow and
covered blmartf up Prewnily be
beard a commotion without ud frag
ments of seoteni-e. "Holy uiltli-r.
he'll be drownwl" "l:un un i U.
"What's the mutter" uml .mil hu
phrsaeMs JumHuu out of Utt. Tow rau
Into soother room where he mm id Hnk
for half a mile dowu the rwil. fli
was tbe doeior'a autumoiiiie to..i-U
down tbe bank beanie the ruad till It
bHog-oo tue-argli wee-he-etef
Tlie cbauffeur ma umliiiiuiiitt. anile
Ibe durtor waa boldluit ibe suio to
keep 11 from slldiug In'o the wnier.
, 'Ulve me we rintbe." i rled Toiu
tjulrk. Ibe doi tor'a auto will be io-tr
"Bad luk to you. Tni". said. hl
mother, "for an id.rei We've le
telypbonlu' aa' Hetnlln for the dM'ttier
to ave yer.lolfe. an' now ye r goin
to lift hh aiitoinoMIe " . 1 . '
"Me Hot ben, me elothrar wua all the
repty iney rei-eivea l ney . iirougnt
them, and white he wss pui'lna flu-la,
on he rled:
"Nora, go to bed "
"What forr aked Xora
"80 we inn tell the da-ther tbnl
mistake wsit made" . -
By tbla time Tom hnrt got Into hn
shirt, bia tnmHera and nu Ixhhk smi
dusbed ddwn to where the d tur wa
holding ibe aufo. Tout irrnlilied ll and
with tbe strength of a voiing Imll
tugged at It nm II be got It 10 a plsi-e
where It waa aafe from further Injury.
Then Ibe dortor looked hi blw aur
prtsed. "1 thought you were dying." he said
"Ve'r oilv tn ken: It's Nora flurry,
dortber. Kbe's got rumstli and pueu-
monls snd stomnrb si lie all at the
same time "
Tbedociur went on up to ibe ho'ite.
leaving Tow to look after tbe au
while tbe i-bauffeur went in dry him
self. Aa soon aa the li voli-litn reai hi-l
tbe bouse he waa hurried lulo Nora'
room. .A poniiioiH. Iipltilousted old fel
low, be would nut brook a suggest bin
from any one. He JVJH Norse pn'w
and put hla en r down to h-r heart
"I think it's a hurt old. dortber"
said ber nioiber. "I hop It won't tnrn
Into newmouey '
"A cold be bunged!" said tbe doctor
savagely. "Shea got 00 cold, hut l
pitatton of tbe henrt. I must i-berk I
or' she'll -die "
Poor little Nora; .)' hnd lieeo m,
eirlted over the rwent eventa, eaie
clally the inrrf Ihey hml tnken In hei
being the Invalid Ineteiul of her brother
that It Is no wonder her heart taut
wildly Hbe did not know whnt tei
rtble remedy the dia-tor would emplov
"It's In me side, dm-ther." he said
faintly, hoping lo ward off any beiir
"You need something warming." s!d
the medbai man. "Brlnr? a redhoi
"Holy mother! Ivk ther. are ye goln
to wsrnim me wld thntf
"I'm going to moll some liquor with
a." said the dortor
But Nora was not roovlm-ed. and
while the physician turned bis hack to
get eonie pllia out of bis medicine rase.
Hie. jumped oat of bed sod ran for
The doctor, angered beyond measure
stalked out of tbe house, found his
auto at the door and. Jumping Id
rbngged viciously away.
Tom was afterward on one occasion
very sick and sent for tba Joe (or again,
but be wouldn't cam.
Like the Original. '
Lady iwltb awfully iwinied ibeeki
My jmrtralt is ver good, nut don'l
yon tblnk thai ibe a-t-rbeeks-are a
trifle pa let
Artist- Yea; tbey are not dune yet.
I leave tbat to tbe iat-r Itegenue
Alma In India,
la India no beggar ta refuaed alma.
He la alwaya gives either money or a
mall dole of rice, no Inquiry being
made aa to whether Be deserves help.
Tbe mendl'Snt thus ubtalim enough
for the dally need, or blm-elf, famllv
aud laxy reltit!- s
''('' . - , ,
, about your manay mattare wyhan y
are a oepoalter hare.
Your bills are all paid by ehaak. Your aheek. whan raturned, k
aemea receipt Ne treubla about ahange, it dispute abaut ar
ments, a question aa ta wnara your manay haa gone, ar haw mu
you have reoelved. Yeur aaae haek and tht stuba af your ahaolt w.
alwaya tall tha atary.
K ON THI tAri IDI AND
OPIN AN ACCOUNT AT THt
The Bant of Of ccon City
. OLDEST BAICK I THE COUNTY, .
U C LA'ruUKKTTK PraalJeol
THE FIRST NATIONAL DAN!
of OREGON CITY, OREGON j
trtuMtni e.eral tanklnf uaioeea
ALL KINDS Of BERRIES
on iiARiffr at o;;ce
I Lj. . - ' ' - 4
PtCULlAH CONDITION ATTftlBUT
ED TO COOL WEATHIN
CAftLY IN ftEAtON. '
Tba market Is well supplied with
all kinds of berries, this being one of
lbs years when strawberries, raspber
ries, loganberries, black berriee and
guoaeberriea ar all In season at one.
Tbla peculiar condition la attributable
to the cool weather of tbe past sev
eral weeks. The early berrlea advanc
ed alowly and gained little over the
..l-ll-. I ..--l.rrl .r Mm.
tnanding about $1.50. Thty will b
some cheaper, perhapa later, but atart
ed low because of the coinpetltloa of
other berrlea, which usually bar dis
appeared by the time the loganberry
Quotaivena fee Oregon City.
POTATOES Best, Buying $100.
riX)UR AND KEBD-- Flour la
ateady, selling from IS to IS 30; very
little of cheaper gradea.
OATS (Buying) Gray, f!l to 15,
white, from 2 to 127.
BITTER (Buying) Ordinary
country brlnga from Ite to SOc,'
fancy dairy, from 20c to 22;. cream
ery 22c to i&c
EUUS (isuyingi Ate rsogiLg from
SOc to 21c. according to grade.
- POULTRY tBuyioa Klrm with lit
tl good stock offered. Good bene are
bringing 12e. Old roosters are In poor
demand, broilers bring from 20c to 21c,
with good demand
WOOL Buy.na Vool price are
ranging from 13c to Ho.
FEEIV-Shorta 29"lo 20; rolied
barley, 131. Ml to 132.60; procesa bar
ley, 33; whole corn, 31 to 132;
cracked corn, til lo 33; wheat 33
to $33; oil meal. 63; Shady Brook
dairy feel, $1.25 per hundred pounds.
HAY (Buying. 'Timothy 118 ' to
$17; clover $9 to $10; oat hay, boat,
$12; mixed, $10 to $12; alfalfa. 111 to
HIDES ( Buying Green bides. Se
to 6c; sailers, SVc to 4c; dry hides,
12C to 14c. 8 beep pelts, 25e to 7So
each. . 1
DRIED PRL'ITS lcal prlcea ar
firm at from 8c to 10c 00 appiea and
prunes, peach are 19o.
HALT Selling 0fi to 0c for fine
SO lb. aack. half ground 40c; 75 for
100 lb. sacke.-
Portland Vsgetable Market.'
8ACK VEGETABLES Carrota,
$1.250 $1.60 per sack; 'parsnips, $1.23
C$1.50; turnips, $1.26fit$l.S0: beets.
VEGETABLES Asparagus, 0cO
$1.75 per rrate; eabbage, dew, per
Duodiedweigtit; caulioower. ll.0i
$1.76 par dnsen; celery, CalUornla, 76c
UWC per dosen; cucumbers, $1.50
$2.26 per dozen; eggplant. 15c per lb.;
garlic, luc(fl2e per pound; lettuce.
50c per dozen; hothouse let t lire, $1.60
VI2 per boi; peas, kQllc per
pcrnd; peppers, 30c 0 35c per pound;
radishes, 160 per dosen; rhubarb, m!
63c per pound; sprouts. c; tomstoes.
ONIONS Jobbing prions; Oregon
tf.lS per 100: Australian, $3.60 rr
100; Texas, $2.25 pei rrata: Ciil?or
ma, $2 per crate.
HOGS Hogs are quoted He ,er
From 126 lbs. to 150 lbs. tr, from
160 lbs. to 200 lb. IHC.
VEAL CALVES Veal calves ortn
(10111 He lo 10c accordng to grude
HEKF STEERS Beet .reer for
the tosl utsi kets ar fetching $4ctu
i c live .eigot.
JiHKEP kk ui ui at 10 5j live
BACON, LAKH and HAM, re firm
An Airftinun Asset.
On the steamer returning home we
met an Australian lady wbo wua i.rlng
Ing ber son lo America 16 be educated.
It waa thought strange that she should
wsnt the buy brought Here for so edit
cation, wttb so many world famous
Inatitntlons of lesrolng In Europe. '
"I waut uiy soo lo be Uughi t onald
ration or women." she an id simply,
snd after baring observed -ondlUona
lu aereral eouutrlea otf 'IbV foutlnenl
one might well understand Ibe reason
for tbla high opinion of American cbly.
' Ambition. "
Ambltfoa ran creen aa well n tur
Th pride of no Demon in a AmtriaMn
condition I more Justly to be dreaded
than innt of blm who la mean and
cringing under a doubtful ami
neniua fortooe.- Bnrke'a "Lettera Oa a
Furnished with operating
room, ward and private
, (iroduote Nurses
Pac 2243 Home D-298
f. J. MCTKR. Cui
Open vre A. M. te
Popular Young QIH Will Bom ,
f Chtr A. Elliott j
' Th nggment of .Mht-M
Hornachurh and Chester A. EUiutt,
announced, fh marriage to take pu
In Seattle, In August. Miss 11 J
schuch la at present making her ho
at that place. 8h ta a 'daughter
Mr. and Mra. C. Hornscbuch, tf CW
aroaa county. Mr. Elliott la th ms
partner of Elliott Park, of IUU n
and la a son of Mr. and Mrs. Kn
Real Eatat Tranafar.
A.' P. Casor to II. P. Strong, nor
waat nuarter of southeaat ouartar
section 25. township 1 south, rang.
Mails kaya lo Lottl E. Gre.nl
11 arrea ot aectlon 6, township
south, range I aat; $1.
Katherln Lucy Trevett td Hlberri
Saving flank, land In Clackams. cod
iy: II- ,
John K. and Karollna Alstad
Charle r. and Augusta B. Rnmlg, U
In Clackamas county; $100.
' Calogero and Gluseppa Battaglia
Silvio and Vlnoenio Lavvagetto, Uf
In Clarkamaa county; $5,400.
T. J. Oary and Marloo 8. Gary
the public, land In section IS, toal
ahlp S south, range 1 east; 11
Charle A. and Nellie V. BartlenU
to Daniel L Erdman and Katie A. En
man, soutbessl quarter of nortbesi
quarter of section 20, townsMp
stnith, rang 4 aat; $3,000.
C. Mllem and U A. Shipley to A
gust Gebbardt, 29 31 acres of sectltl
31. township 3 south, range 1 earn;
H. L. and Prlnieaa Louise Kt)
and P. P. and Josephine A.'Moiey t
WwHer a ieb,-32.t-arre aeciJ!
14. 15, 22. 23, township I south, rum
a eaat; 11.
J. N. and Lucy a Elliott to E X
. m 0 1 a . n . I
aua 1. v.. riuwvn, ai arrea 01 none
Caufleld D. L C No. S3, township
south, range I east; $ia
Buy From Uo
Coll to Uo
We Pay Top Prices
We Sell Reasonably
Dealers In Wool,' Flour, Hay,
Ore In, Feed. Coal, Salt, Sugar,
California Fruits and Produce.
uth AND MAIN STSe
Oregon City. -
- RECREATION PARK
Cor. Vaughn and Twenty-fourth
July 4, 5, , 7, 9, 9.
Qamea Begin Weekday at I p- en.
dundaya, t:S0 P. M.
LADIES' DAY FRIDAY.'
Boya lidv 12 Fre to BUacben
art the popular atyla In borne
architecture.' l ipeclaJlzr oa
dealKolnt and building bung
alow that are convenient in
arrasgement, homelike la ap
pearance. ,y . ..;
At ; Moderate Cost l
If yon. are thinking of build
ing call and see me, or phone
for an engagement ' -' : 7 '
Clarence Simmons (
CONTRACTOR 4V UILDIR
. Ninth and Main ttrt.
"' " Phn paevMaln aax 1
Bay a Home ;
While Paying Rent
$100 dowst and $13 a month
take this comfortable alx-ropm
hems and lot floua Is wired
for eleetrtclty. Lot 62x105 feet
Some fruit on place. Wall lo
cated on Madison St Cf4rk1
A snap at...,......,, . VJ
. " ' f '
t PV Elliott end Sen
7th and. Main Sts., by Suspen