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About Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933 | View Entire Issue (July 14, 1911)
MOUKIKO ENTEUP1UHE, KM DAY, JULY 14, 1011.
DUR BIG Clean up Sale now.
-on. Everything in the
tore reduced from
25 to 50 per cent
t fail to attend this, Great Sale
Leans MONEY SAVING to you
tension Bridge Cor. Oregon City
)oh From Europe.
MINORITY RULES, SAYS REV. AKED
(Continued from ik 1.)
L Stokes hss gone to San
k) on business.
I Mr. Kdwsrd Kurt una left
ksday evening for Seaside,
hey will rum leaf for a few
KInIi for sale at 8. Mm Don-
xt Uoor to Welle Fargo Kx-
h( Mra. John Davis left on
morning for The Dallea,'
.y will vlnll.
Irlah haa rvturned from
there he waa called by the
Ineaa of hla wire. Mra. Irian
fivrd within the laat few
lMr, practical painter and
f Call Jouea drug atore.
I. Ilowland and faintly have
Hedland, where they will fe
ting the summer on their 70
m. profaaor Ilowland, who
i pal of the East ham acbool,
ltd bla vacation In farming.
;h he will have a fine crop of
nd oata. He also baa three
potatoes. Professor How
rchaaed hla farm laat Janu
I wilt make many Improve
a It during the aummer. He
(hla city on bualneaa Thurs-
Itolililna, the merchant of Ma
lta In till city on business,
II. K. HtraUht left on Monday
h Rlter, pear Cottage Grove,
Ihhe waa aummoned by the III-
her mother, Mrs. T. II. Han-
Lira llunlilnii' hntltt Iimm much
rtl.aud Mr. Straight left on
lay evening for How River,
A. Homraer, formerly of Ore-
y, hue moved bla office to 1017
C. N. Walt, of Canby, waa
ting bualneaa In Oregon City
I.e will ipend a week flailing.
be joined by hla wife on the
Monday evening the adjourned
k of the City Council of Glad-
!vlll be held, at which aevcral
licea will be brought up for
olt stage will leave the Electric
ach day at 2 o'clock p. m.
p W. W. Plrter. of Estacada,
(hla city on Thuraday.
)t uuenther and alater, of Shu-
re In this city on Thuraday,
and Mra. Louis Wallace of
were In Oregon City on
mid Mra. Lawrence May, form
f thla city, but now of Wend
Iter vlaltlng the former's broth-
Le May, and wife, left for their
i nuraiiay. While vlaltlng here
(tended the marriage of Mr.
I brother, Alvln May, and Mlaa
Weal, which took place at Port
al July 3. i ,
and Mra. C. 0. Iluckley. of 8a-
kitimaH, arrived In Oregon City
dneHday evening, and are the
f df the tatter's alater, Mra. W.
man, of Canemah. Mr. and Mra.
h'V are on a tour of the Southern
IVeatern states, and have been
inir the United Society Chris-
Endeavor, which haa been In see-
nt San rranclaco. Thla la the
1 vlalt Mr, and Mr. Tluckley
made to Oregon, the flrat time
they attended the Lewis ft Clark
Mtlon at Portland. '
Ion Samson, of Needy, was In
piuel Taylor, farmer and capital
If Needy, waa In the city on bus!-
de Orlmm', of Needy, waa In Ore
pph Elliott, of Needy, waa In Ore-
(ity Thuraday. attending the
klder divorce trial.
Hardesty,' of Needy, waa In Ore
City on bualneaa, Thuraday.
Iholt, one of the leading summer
r's of the atate, Is being visited
Jiany persons, snd It Is probable
mis reaort will have more rlsf
than any season for years. The
r Is making dally trlpa from the
no Hotel, and on each trio the
mobile la well patronlxed. Frank
firen ig the proprietor, and ha
ior many years.
M the Morning oterprtoe.
turimd 41 laps. Hudaon has made
40 Inpa; (Joeta 38 and- llutchlna 2.
Gladstone Beats Crystals.
. Gladstone beat Crystal Kprnga Park
In the baaaball aeriea thla afternoon
y a score of 6 to 3. Uladatone made
1 In the flrat. 1 In the third, 2 In the
fourth, 1 In the seventh and 1 In the
ninth, Gladstone made lo bits and
I error and Crystal Spring made 11
hits and 3 error. The batterlea were
liurdon and Cos how for Gladstone and
Kulllu snd II ay worth for Cryaul
Hprjnit. Price liroa. leads, having won
three gamea and lost none; the I ill
worth Derbies have played three and
won iwo, Aurora haa played four snd
lost two. Gladstone ha played four
nnd won two and Crystal Springs Park
ha Iimi four. The final game Satur
day srtornrKnTWlll be between the- DlL
worth lierbles and Price llroa.
Mra. Clara H. Waldo, regent of Ore
gon Agricultural College, delivered a
lecture on "Life at Home and Abroad,"
In the morning. She gave, a detailed
description of agricultural condition
lu Europe as compared with those In
America. The address waa followed
; by a musical number by Ming zta
Holhster, aoprano, of Portland. Mlaa
ItolllHler 1 the musical favorite of the
Harmony Quartet plsaaee.
The Harmony Quartet, of Portland,
roniMised of Mr. Lula Da hi Miller,
contralto; J. Rose Mr go, tenor; John
Clair Montelth. baritone and Mrs. May
Dearborn Schwab, soprano, rendered
with delightful effect the Sextette",
from "Lucia" and the "Rosary." It la
the beat quartet that haa appeared at
the chsutauqua this season.
Arrangement were made today for
Rev. 8. M. Martin, an evangelist, of
Seattle, to. substitute for Dr. R. r.
Shepherd next Sunday.
It la probable that the art olaas
which ! under the direction of Mra:
Welster will build a "Greek Temple"
before the next meeting of the assem
bly. Other buildings planned are one
for the Domestic Science Department
and a Ulble pavilion.
The program for tomorrow la aa fol
3:00 1 1:0ft Classes.
11:00 Violin Solo Harmon Marbold
Address "Oregon Con Kress of
Mothers." Mrs. R. H. TiaV. Pres
ident State Congress of Moth
ers. Address Mrs. Clara If. Waldo.
1 : IS Hand Concert. Naval Reserve
2:00 Music Mr. Hartrldge Whlpp.
lecture "Gladstone, Hla Legacy
to the English People," Dr.
Charle K. Aked. t
3:30 Marathon Race.
Baseball Dl I worth Derbies vs.
7:15 Hand Concert. Naval Reserve
8 :0ft Williams Jubilee Singers.
JAMES QUI TO GIVE
Jamea Qulnn, who has organized a
class In physical culture In thla city,
sild Thuraday that he alao would or
ganUe women's and men's awlmmlng
claaaea. Mr. Qulnn, who I an expert
swimmer, gave several of Ms pros
pective pupils lessons yesterdsy after
noon. He was the swimming Instruc
tor at Calllina Island, Southern Cali
fornia, laat year, and several year
a no taught at Santa Cms. He teachea
all, the strokes and guarantees to teach
both men and women bow to swim In
a few lesaona. All communications In
tended for Mm should be addressed,
care of Electric Hoted.
Real Eatat Transfer.
fleorgo W. Richardson to Home In
stallment Company, lot 10, Plnehurat;
John Larson to Frank A. and Louisa
Alden, southeast quarter of northeaat
quarter of section 8, townahlp 6 south,
range 3 east; $10.
I. G. end Ida May Davidson to Mrs.
Julia U Hamilton, 8 acres of Clacka-m-a
Oregon & California Railroad Com
pany to Frod W. North, northwest
quarter of southwest quarter of sec
tion .13, township 3 south, range S
east; $240. . ,
John De Neul et al to August and
Justine Koellermeler land In section
S, township 3 south, range 1 east; $1.
Mnry II- Dolan et al to Haxel Tooxe,
lta 1, 2. 3. 4, 6, C, 7. block 13, Oregon
Charles Fbumal to J. HI. and Hannah
Fisher, lota 10. 11, 12. 3, block 1,
Ft Oregon City; $!(0.
J. B. and Hannah E. Fisher to A. R.
Joyner, land In Oregon City; $1. '
Alma C. Ilrownell and George C.
BrowneM to Charles D. Taylor, 4.207
acres of 'William Meek D. L. C, town
ship 1 south, range l east; $8,500.
- Portland Couple Married Hare.
Florence Lilly and Claude Drlatow,
of Portland, were granted a marriage
license In this city by County Clerk
Mulvey and were married by the Rev.
8. A. Hfty worth, paator of the Baptist
Csrd of Thank.
Mn. Ellen nucklea and family de
sire to extend their grateful thanks
to their frlenda and neighbors for
their kindly sympsfhy during their
recent bereavement In the death of
Clarence E. nucklea.
HEUKLE WINS SECOND
GAME; SCORE 4 TO 2
VERNON MAKES QOOO START,
BUT PORTLAND BOY$) SOON
TAKE LEAD AWAY.
PORTLAND, or., July 13. (Spot
. Henkle. who pitched a no hit
game last week didn't do so well to
day, but the Heavers won just the
same by a score of 4 to . Kurh pitch
er allowed 7 safeties, but Glpe oould
not keep thoae made off him as well
scstfered as the Portland "Find."
Neither side made an error. Vernon
got Its two runs In the flrat. Then
Henkle set i lnd down and there wa
nothing for the visitor, but goose-
eggs thereafter. Portland scored once
In the vorond and third eath and
twice In the six in.
The result Thuraday were as fol
Pacific Cosat lyague Portland 4.
Vernon 2; Oakland 4, San Francisco
3; Sacramento 6, l Angeles 4.
Northwestern League Portland '10,
Spokane 2: Tacoma (I, Vancouver 3;
Seattle 7, Victoria 6.
American league Detroit 8, Phil
adelphla 7: Cleveland 7, Washington
&; St. Louis ft, New York 1; Boston
2, Chicago 1.
National league New - York ,
Pittsburg 4; Brooklyn fi, Chicago S;
St. Inil M, Boston 0; Philadelphia 1,
HER LIFE, SAYS WIFE
W. L. PC
Portland 65 4.1 .668
Oakland M 61 .f23
Vernon 64 61 .614
San Franclact 64 61 .614
Sacramento 47 63 .47')
LoaAugelea . . 43 61 .413
W. L. P.C.
Spokane 62 30 .ht
Vancouver 62 36 .691
Tacoma 61 30. .680
Portland 42 43 .494
Seattle 41 43 .4X8
Victoria 21 66 .244
ALVIN MAY TAKES BRIDE.-
Former Oregon City Man and Ball
Wt Are Married.
The marriage of Mia iel!e Weal, of
Aatorla. a highly esteemed young
woman, and Mr. Alvln May, formerly
of thla city, and aon of Mrs. N. A.
Bowers, of Canemah, took place In
Portland on July 3. The wedding was
a very quiet affair, and only relatives
of the contracting parties attended.
The young couple, Immediately after
the ceremony, left for their future
home. Hillaboro, where Mr. May Is
The bridegroom la well known In
this city, where he apent bla boyhood,
and haa many frlenda, both In thla
city and at Canemah.
12 IN RACE FOR VALUABLE PRIZES
(Continued from Page 1.)
you can judge for yourself If they are
worth an effort on your part during
the next seven weeks.
Should Start at Once.
The time between now and the close
of the contest will slip by rapidly, so
you should become active at once
by communicating with your frlenda
aud relattvea to obtain their assis
tance, before they promise their sup
port to others.
The schedule of votes allowed on
subscriptions Is most liberal and It
will only take a few subscriptions with
the noiutnatlon blank to place your
name over the 10,000 mark. While
thla amount of votes may seem Insig
nificant It ruta a figure with the peo
ple who do not happen to have any
particular favorite In the race, for
when ylng a subscription they gen
erally pool the votea for the candi
date on top of the Hat, feeling, .that
they are giving their support to a
Following Is the schedule of votea
that will . be allowed on paid In-ad
vance aubacrlptlona: Six months' sub
scription to The Dally Enterprise (by
carrier) $2.00. (by mall) $1.60. 40C
votes. One years subscription, $1 (by
carrier), $3 (by mail), l.OoO votes. Two
years' subscription $8 thy carrier), $0
(by mall), $2,600 votes. Three years'
subscription, (by carrier) $12. (by
mall) $9, 5,000 votes. Five yesrs'
subscription (by carrier) $20, (by
mall) $9. 6.000 votes. Five years'
dubscrlptlon Weekly Enterprise, $1.60,
500 votes. Money must accompany all
aubacrlptlona before votes will be
Published on another page of thla j
IsHiie Is a description of the prlr.es
and how the awards will be made.
Look them over carefully and deter
mine which one jyou want, then clip
the nomination blank, fill In your
name, and bring or mall It to the con
test department of The Enterai'lse
and start out to WIN.
ROSA LUTES SAYS J. H. LUTES
ANNOYED HER FQR -FUN
Rosa lyUtes has filed a suit for di
vorce against J. H- 1Utes, to whom
she wag married at Vancouver, Wash.,
August .'I. 1904. Several years ago,
Mrs. Lutes says, her liusbaud treated
her cruelly an seemed to eujoy an
noying and barraaglng her. In the
spring of 1910, she asserts, he attacked
her with a revolver and threatened
to shoot himself ,aud on many occa
sions threatened to shoot her.
The wire further charges that In
June, l'Jll, her husband threw ber
down and threatened to cut, her
throat and then took a revolver and
said he would shoot bjmself. In June
7. 1911, she gays, he again struck ber,
choked her and threatened her with
Mr. Uites says that she has al
waya conducted herself as a dutiful
wife should, but ber husband baa nut
apprucluied ber. Earl C. Bronaugh,
of Portland. riresenta Mrs. Lutes.
COURT HOUSE FRONT
WILL NOT BE CHANGED
PROTESTS RESULT IN DECISION
TO BUILD EXTENSION
The County Court has received so
many-mmplalnts slnt-ih proposed
remodeling and enlarging of the build
ing by moving the front twenty feet
nearer the atreet that Judge Beatle
said on Thuraday the plan probably
would be abandoned.
"While It was the Intention of keep
ing the front of the historic building
just as It Is." ssld Judge Beatle. "the
plan hag met with so much opposition
that the court feels the extension
should be made In the rear. Much
of tbe lawn In front naturally would
be covered by the extenalon. and It
haa been pointed out that the around
In the resr could be used for no other
Durnose except for an extenalon. Our
architect will aubmlt new plans."
It la necessary to enlarge tbe court
houae In order to provide more room
for the various county department.
The work will cost between $11,000
VETCH SAMPLE IS EIGHT FEET.
Chris Naogll to Plant Fruit Trees This
Chris Naegll. who lefi some vegeta
bles raised on bis farm at the Freytag
a Money real estate office, a few days
ago. brought to this city Thursday a
fine sample of vetch, wblcb has been
placed In the care of Hr. Freytag.
who wlir take It to the State Fair at
Salem, as well as the county fair.
The helghth of the grass Is eight feet,
and Is the finest that has been brought
to thla city this seaaon.
Mr. Naegll came here from Bwltxer-
land four years ago, and before set
tling at Mount l'leaaant. he visited
many section of the state, but none
looked more Inviting than Clackamas
county. Before coming to America
Mr. Naegll had many year a of ex
perience In farming, and understands
It thoroughly. He has purchsaed 80
seres here. 25 acres of which are un
der cultivation. He raises all kind
of garden truck, besides his own fruit,
snd expects to plant many young fruit
trees the coining fall. Mr. NseKll
conducts a dairy In connection with
A. F. Johnson, of Houston, Texas,
arrived In Oregon City and will make
this hi home. He had corresponded
with Secretary Lazelle, of the Com
mercial Club, for sometime. Mr. John
son will try to Induce other Texana
to come here. '
Among the many persons in the
I"a.it ho have corresponded with the
Publicity Department of tbe Oregon
City Commercial Club and as a result
have come to Oregon City, la B E. Duff
He made application for the position
of assistant principal of the Oregon
City High School which he obtained
Edward Gross, of Raymond, Wash.,
was a callor upon Secretary Lazelle,
of the Commercial Club, Thuraday. He
I looking for land and will locate In
C. E. Williamson, of Raymond,
Wash., called to aee tbe exhibits In
the Promotion Office. He probably
will buy a small farm near Oregon
City. He waa very much pleaaed with
the county aud the frulta, etc., that
C. C. Cock ran, traveling frleli'ht
agent of the Canadian Pacific rail
road, called st the promotion Office
on Thursday. He came to Clackamas
county to arrange for shipping fruit,
hop and potatoes over the Canadian
David E.' Lofgren, an attorney of
Portland, called at the Promotion Of
lce on Thursday. He says be has sold
2,000 acres of land In Clackamas coun
ty this summer. He Is Interested In
the Colton Swedish Colonization Com
George A- Brown, of Maple Lane,
has a new kind of oats called the
BlacVTIeauiy That "promise to do well
In Clackamas county. He will exhibit
s sample at the Promotion Office. Mr.
Brown says that the potato crop In
his section Is extra good this yar.
A. J. Lewis, of Maple Lane, has
made a demonstration of what will
grow simultaneously In Clackamas
county by placing on exhibition In
the Promotion Office of strawberries.
red raspberries, blackcaps, gooseber
ries," loganberries, blackberries cur
rants and cherries. These sample rep
resent the regular load of products
that Mr. Lewis delivers to Oregon City
This la a great county to grow small
fruits and It needs but care and at:
tentlon to have success.
Henry A. Baker, of Stafford, has
on exhibition tbe longest wheat that
has so far been received at the Pro
motion Office. It Is S feet, 6 1-2
Inches high and the whole field will
average 8 feet In helghth. It Is of
the White Winter variety and a very
IN TOUCH Willi FRIENDS and RELATIVES
Wood Pulp Causae Complaint.
Deputy Fish Warden E. L. Rathbun
on Thursday awore out a complaint
against the Willamette Pulp Paper
Company on a charge of emptying
wood pulp into the river. The com
pany will plead next Thursday.
Every good act it charity. Giv
ing water to the thirsty is charity.
Removing atone and thorn from
the road i charity. Exhorting' your
fellow men to virtuou deed it
charity. Smiling in your brother'
face i charity. Putting a wanderer
in the right path i charity. A man
true wealth i the good he doe in
th world. When he die mortal
will atk what property ha he left
behind him, but angel will inquire,
" What good deed hart thou sent
before thee?" Mohammed.
Patronise our advertiser.
SUPPLY OF EGGS IS
GOOD DEMAND FOR CHICKENS
AND BUTTER BROILERS
DROP TO 16 CENTS.
GRANDMOTHER may not be
as spry as she used to be, but she
is in close touch with her world for all that
The telephone enables her to male as many calls as
she pleases, and in all sorts of weather. -
Formal gatherings have their place, but it is the many
little intimate visits over the telephone that keep people
young and interested.
Grandmother's telephone visits do not stop with her
own town. The Long Distance Service of the Bell Tele
phone takes her to other towns, and allows relatives and
friends to chat with her although hundreds of miles away.
Ths Bsst Books.
Rend the bt books first or you may
not bare a chance to read tbein at all.
GOOD FOR TWENTY-FIVE! HCKDRED VOTES.
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t j Thla couron I void after July 20th. .
1 Cut on lines. Don't roll. Bend In flat.
The supply of fresh Oregon eggs Is
steadily falling off and the market
consequently is stiffening. No price
changes were announced Thursday,
but dealers look for a general upward
movement from this time on. I
The bulk of the poultry brought In
Thursday was disposed of at the last
prices quoted, the demand being main
ly for hens and chickens. Broilers
have dropped to from 16c to 18a
Butter and cheese were both firm
at the higher prices that went Into
effect thla week.
Quotarronk eor Oregon City.
POTATOES Beat, Buying $2.00.
FI.OUR AND FEED- Flour la
ateady, selling from $5 to 15 50; very
little of cheaper grades.
OATS (Buying) Gray, $21 to $25,
white, from $26 to $27.
niTTTER fButinn Ordinary
country brings from 15o to 20e,
fancy dairy from 20o to JZC. cream
ery 22e to 25c, 1
EGGS t buying 1 Are rangtLg from
20o to 21c, according to grade.
POULTRY (Buying Firm witn 111
tle good stock offered. Good hens are
bringing 12c. Old rooatera are In poor
demand, broilers bring from 16c to 18c,
with good demand. .
WOOL (Bur-ng Vool prlcea are
ranging from 13c to 15c.
FEED Shorts $29 to $30; rolled
barley, $31.60 to $32.60; process bar
ley, $33; whole corn, $31 to $32;
cracked corn, $33 to $33; wheat $32
to $33; oil meal, $53; Shady Brook
dairy feed, $1.25 per hundred po.mds.
HAY (Buying.) Timothy $16 10
$17: clover f9 to $10; oat hay, beat,
$12; mixed. $10 to 112: alfalfa, $12 to
HIDES (Buying Green hides, 6c
to 6c; sailers, 5MiC to CHc; dry hides,
12c to 14c. Sheep pelts, 25c to 75c
DRIED FRUITS Local prices are
firm at from 80 to lOo on apples and
prunes, peachea are 9o.
SALT Selling 60c to 0o tor fine.
50 lb. sack, half ground 40c; 75 for
100 lb. sacks.
Portland Vegetable Markets.
SACK VEGETABLES Carrots,
$1.25 $1.60 per sack; parsnips, $1.25
ft$1.50; turnips, $1.25(f$1.60; beets,
VEGETABLES Asparagus, 90c
$1.75 per crate; eabbage, uew, $2 per
hnndi.d weight; cauliflower. $l.o0Q
$1.75 per doien; celery, California, 75c
(f90c per doxen; cucumbers, $1.60
$2.25 per doxen; eggplant. 15c per lb.;
garlic, 10C 12o per pound; lettuce,
50o per doaen; hot nous lettuce, $1.60
C$2 per box; peas, JcOllo per
pound; pepper. 30c J5o per pound;
radishes, 15c per doien; rhubsrb, 2Vc
3c per pound; sprouts, 9c ; tomatoes,
ONIONS-Klobblng prices; Oregon
$2.75 per lOO; Australian, $3.50 per
100; Texas, $2.25 per crate: Califor
nia, $2 per crate.
Oregon City Stock Uuotatlona.
HOGS Hogs are quoted He lower.
Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Co.
Every Bell Telephone U the Center of the System
From -126 lb.-to 150 lbs. r. from
150 lbs. to 200 lbs. IVtC.
VEAL CALVES Veal calves ortng
from 8c to loc according ui grade.
BEEF STEERS Beef .teers for
the local markets are fetching tticto
V4c live vetgnt.
SHEEP uriii at c 10 5e live
BACON, LARD aud HAM, are Arm.
We Give 'Em Away
WITH EACH $5 PURCHASE
WE WILL GIVE YOU A 1-2S
RAWHIDE BUGGY WHIP.
Dealers In Wool, Flour, Hay,
Grain, Feed, Coal, Salt, 8ugar
uth AND MAIN 8TS
THE MORNING ENTERPRISE
1 on aale at the follow tnr stores
Huntley Bros. Drugs
J. W. McAnulty Cigars
. Seventh and Main.
Main near Sixth,- ,
M. E. Dunn Confectionery
Next door to P. O.
City Drug Store
. Electric Hotel.
Walter Little Confectionery
514 Seventh Street,
M. Volkmar Drugs
Seventh near Center. ' "
Seventh and .V Q. Adama.
Buy a Home
While Paying Rent
$100 down and $12 a month
takes this comfortable six-room
'house and lot. House Is wired
for electricity. Lot 62x105 feet.
Some fruit on place. Well lo
cated on Madison St. If AA
A snap at IIUU
E. P. Elliott and Son
7th and Main Sts., by Suspen
THE WORLOS GREATEST SEWING MACHINE
h' LIGHT RUNNING
ttrm want lthra Vlhratlnt Hhntll. Rotary
KbuUlsur Hiiie Thmtd (''AaOtjSUKA'
(Vwln M mil I write u
TH! StW HOMI ItWINO MACHIRI COMPART
Orang, Mm mm.
MuSr tiemci mudnn rrnlli tt
quality, but lit SJew !! it aiat lu (
Out ffuiraiity mm rum out t 1
SM4 mf aulherise dealers mmj.
rot sals av
W. L. MARSHALL,
850 Morrison St, . Portland, Or.
Wants, rFor Sale, Etc
MetSeoa amAnr tkasa classified haavMnaa
will urn inaw iM ml on ovnt a wore, firs
Inaartton. half s ent additional tnair
Hons, one Inch car. SI r moata ItaUf
Inch ear. linear ar aaonth.
.Caab hum Bocompai y ardar Mnli ana
haa aa opra account with tba paper. Ms
tlaajictaj respoMlbllltr for errors; whart
error occur fraa oorret4 notice will to
prtntad for patron. Mrninium otiars U&
WANTED Collectors to aee my col
lection of all sorts of curios, an
tiques, and Indian trinkets; stamps,
for stamp collectors; coins for
numismatists, arrow-heads for arch
eologlats, etc.' I boy and sell all
aorta of curios; also all kinds of
second-band furniture and ' tools,
George Young. Main, near Fifth
WANT- oaiKii advertisements tor
thla col'imn. Prices very reason
able. & rates at band of eolnmn.
Read the Morning Enterprise,'""""''"-
WANTED Tou to know that the En
terprise Job printing; department Is
the most complete la ibn State,
outside Portland. Try It for your
LOST On' Molalla Road, English set
ter bitch, color bluish-grey, eight
months' old.. Notify J. N. Elliott.
Route No. 3, Box 162, phone Farm
ers 143. Reward.
ASTRAY OR STOLEN.
THREE marea of the following des
cription and braads: 1 bine roan '
pony, white fac, cropped mane,
ahod with plates; 1 dark colored,
cropped mane, no shoes, branded V
on left hip; 1 bay colored, cropped
mane, bob tall, branded 71 and J.
F. Take the mares up. Notify
the undersigned, owner, by phone.
Oak Drove Exc. Red 696, or mall
Jennings Lodge P. O. Liberal re
ward for expense and trouble. H. 8.
Smith. Jennings Lodge, July 13,
FOR SALE Space In this column
Sell that old plow or harrow; yon
, don't use it since yon purchased
your new one.
FARM LOANS Dlmlck DJmlctt,
Lawyers, Oregon City, Or.
O. D, BUT, Attoraey-at-Law. Money
joad. abstracts fwrnlshed. land
tttSea examined, estates settled, gen-
aesd law business. Over Bank t
D7UaN aKHTJTSBS-U Atiorneys-av
Law, Dasasefcar Advokat, will prao
ttes) t. all eourta, awake col! action!
sa4 Battlemento. OrOee In ' Enter
prase BMc-. OresM City. Oregon.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONET TO LOAN On first mort
' gage; $500 and upwards; one year
or longer. Apply at once. Cross A
Hammond, Attorneys at Law, Boa
ver Bldg Oregon City.
UILDCR AND COTACTOrt
KAJLRT JONsTaV BwOder and Oenersl
Oosvtraotor. BaHmates cheerful!?
alvwn on all classes of building
- work, eonerete walka ana reinforced
Res, Pbos Mala 111.
L H. COOBaV For Fire lasursncr
and IVasi WsSals Let us handle
re bey, aell and
OCflee la Baierprln
BMc, Oregon OKy. Oregon.
yeaar piupwUes 1
" Electric Hetel Arrivals.
The following are registered at the
Electric Hotel: W. K. Lsavltt, Port
land; W. E. Mumpower, Stone; A. B.
Bnyder, J. Rader, John M Dunn, Port
land; Thomaa Marley and wife, Ed
ward Cunningham, W. Moody, L. I.
Bnyder, Aurora; O. W. Aakea, Ed
ward Maddox, Oregon City; O. L. Jea-
artna Hrffnn rtv SVait UsViBf Vfrv.
lalla; O. L. .Dptegrae, Paul Uptegrae,
Lester Uptegrae, Vortght Uptegrse.
Hoqulam, WasTi.; C. C, Cochran, Portland.