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About Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933 | View Entire Issue (July 23, 1911)
MORNING ENTERPRISE, HUNDAY, JULY 23, 1911.
OUR ANNUAL JULY
la mote beneficial to you than the fain these hot days
Because the big genuine "reduction! we are giving on
all hot weather wearing apparel, make it easy to
overcome the hot weather.
S E E P U R W 1 N D CTWS
Suspension Bridge Cor. . - Oregon City
An Isrly Ssttiee.
OX' . I;! '
Mr. Wesley Yoder. of Hubbard ...
......... .., ..... ,u tibh ner oarenia.
.. ..u...i a. a. a win leave ID EleCUlO
Hotel curb day at 2 o'clock p. m.
N. J. lumrna, of Halein, waa In tola
city on btlllneaa Friday and u.i
Mr. and Mra. Iirlamiii ,.t fa-..- ...
. . wrre
In Ihla city on Krldsy on a business
One bo of illRhland Linen i.aivar
and envelopes today and tomorrow at
Huntley HroN. Co. for 25 cents.
Mra. Hurt' lice Ursce. of thla rliv
liua gone to New Kra, where ahe will
visit friend for a few days.
ran city tTcsmerv llutier ilw.n
fresh and aweet, no cents per roll at
Mlaa liia Story will leave on uH.
iieadsy (or Hesslde, where aha will
vlMit frlemla for three weeks.
nr. K. A. Bommer. formerly of Ore.
son City, haa moved hla oMoe to 1017
Cor belt bulldlnK, I'ortland.
Mra. A. Hpsngler of Cam a. waa In
thla city on Saturday on her way to
Aurora, where aha will vUlt her sis
ter. Mra. Qlenn Yergaln.
Mra. U. W. Grace haa received In.
formation from her dimhur v i.
'Sending her vacation at Ogle mlnea
that the party It ha vine a moat delight
fill time, and flehlng la excellent, bav
I "(i caught no fine mountain trout.
lou don t pay the expense of a de
livery wagon when you buy at llarrla'
(irocery. Our 25c coffee la a wonder.
Mra. M. Moulton and daughter. Mlaa
Kva Moulton. of (J lariat one. are vlalt-
lug frlnda at Seaside. Mlaa Moulton
will return thla evening, but her moth
er will remain for aeveral daya.
Mlaa Lena Morrla and Mlaa Ruth
Hltnms, of Portland, who nave been
vlaltlng the Misses Edith and Let ha
Jitckaon, of Clalrmont, have returned
to their homea.
Mra. A. O. Freel and daughter, Cam
illa, of thla city, who have been visit
Ing frlemla at Corvalla, and with Prof
CMHor Kreel, who la attending a sum-nn-r
course at that place, returned to
Oregon City Saturday. -
Try a loaf of "Good Health'.' bread
"good to the laat crum" at llarrla
Hank of Oregon City, auatalned a serl
rua Injury on Friday morning while
descending the Seventh atreet stairs.
She slipped and apralned her ankle,
neceaaltatlng her to uae crutchea, and
she will be confined to her home for
aeveral daya, .
M. Slsenvlne, of San Franclaco, waa
In thla city on bualneaa Ktlday, and
waa the guest of W. H. Howell, super
Intendent of the Oregon City Filtering
I'lant. Mr. Blaenvlne Inatalled the
plant In thla city aeveral yean ago,
and It hna proved moat aatlafactory.
Mra. Joaephtne Drown, and little
daughter, Eleanor, of Santa Crux, who
have been vlaltlng with the former's
mother Mra. Bevens. of the Weat Bide,
and alater, Mra. Brnat Maaa, of thla
city, left for her home on Friday eve
ning. Mra. Drown will vlalt frlenda
at Oakland Cal., on her way home, re
maining In that city for a week.
C. O. Miller holda the record of
pulling the largeat load of people from
Main atreet, Oregon City, to Beaver
Creek, In a 1911 five-passenger
Mitchell car on the Intermediate gear.
He pulled the load of 21 people laat
Gilbert Horton, of Portland, but
formerly of thla city, and eon of Ir.
and Mra. George F. Horton, of the
Weat Side, waa In thla city on Satur
day accompanied, by hla little daughter
Maldnn. Mr. Horton la a member of
the Portland police force, and after
upending the day with his parents, re
turned to his home In the evening.
John Bhoup, the popcorn dealer,
whoae place of bualneas was on Main
atreet near Fifth, and who waa strick
en with paralysis about six weeks ago
and who was taken to the Wlldwood
Hospital by Dr. Stuart, la improving,
and Is gaining in strength - and
will soon be able to leave
the hospital. Any day at the
hospital the old gentleman can be
seen In company with his pets, a parrot
and canary bird, that were taken to
the hospital at his request, the former
being the means of the man's discov
ery after he was stricken.
Drink Bartlett Water. Bold by all
cafes, groceries and dniaclata.
Mrs. Dan Griffin, of Bonneville,
who haa been In this city
undergoing medical treatment at
the Wlldwood Hospital under
rare of Dr. C. A. Stuart, was tak
en to her home on Saturday, Mr. Orlf
fin having arrived here Saturday
morning to accompany his wife.
Mrs. Griffin , has been a sufferer
from tuberculosis of the spine, and
since January her lower llmba have
b-n parall.ed. After consulting 12
physician alio received no encourage
ment, rnd was brought to thla city,
where she was placed In Dr. Stuart's
care, 1-usl week Dr. Stuart operated
on the M'lne, and alnce that time the
pntlent'haa lihproved steadily, and on
Friday was able to alt up, snd had the
use of her llmba, but It will be several
week before she will be Sble to walk.
NEW BOOKS, MAGAZINES AND
STORIES FOR CHILDREN
Miss Myrtle Buchsnan haa been ap
pointed librarian of (he Oregon City
Ubrsry. She has been a member of
the executive committee since the or
ganization of the Library Aasoclatlon.
Durliig the pant month forty al
booka have been added to the library,
and many of the new magaxtnea are
alao found there. Many of the young
men In thla city, aa well aa the young
women, who are fond of reading, vlalt
the rooms or they are permitted to
take the booksto their home. The
library Is open from 2 to 8:30 o'clock
on week days, and on Sunday from
10 a. in. to 9:30 o'cock p. m. No books
sre laaued on Sunday. All persons
living In Oregon City are entitled to
take out book without charge, but
a amall fee Is charged thoae living out
aide the city limit.
There are 2(1 of the beat magaxlnea
published found In these rooma, be
blea tho Oregon City, Portland, Se
attle, Sun Francisco and lx Angelea
dallies. The Knterjirlse, Courier, Ore-
gonlan. Journal and Telegram are
kept on file, and those wlahtng to re
fer to back number may do ao by
applying to the librarian. The new
IxNika are aa fotlowa:
Darrel of the Weaned Isles Irving
Meadow (irasa Alice Brown.
Mlaa Prltcbard's Wedding Trip-
Clara Loulae Burnham. .
Sevier George W. Cable.
The Deerlayer J. F, Cooper.
Heart of Rome F. M. Crawford.
The Lilac Sunbonnet S. R. Crock-
The Sticket Minister 8. R. Crock
Smith -College Stories J. D. Das-
Dr. Lavender's People Msrgaret
The Fslr Maid of Urayatones Beu-
lab Marie Dix.
Mlcab Clarke Cotisn Doyle.
American Girl In London 8. J. Dun
t'arda Ceorge Ebers.
I-esvcn worth Caae A. K. Green.
Far from the Madding Crowd
My. Friend Propero Henry Har
land. The Web E. T. Hill.
The Mississippi Bubble E. Hough.
One Summer B. W. Howsrd.
A Chance Acquaintance W. O. Ho
wells. Many'Cargoes W. W. Jacoba.
Country of the pointed Firs 8. O.
Msn Who Was Guilty F. H. Long
heaa. David Elglnbrod George MaoDon-
Gold Elsie E. Marlltt.
Tlllle a Mennonlte Maid Helen R.
The Egoist George Meredith.
Barlasch of the Guard Merrlman.
The Road Builders Samuel Mer
win. Adventures of Francois 8. W.
Smoke Eaters H. J. O'HIgglns.
Singular Life Elisabeth Stewart
Wreck of the Grosvenor W. C. Rus
sell. Caleb West F. H. Smith.
Kidnapped R. L. Stevenson.
David Balfour R. L. Stevenson.
The Fugitive Blacksmith C. D.
- Barchester Towers Anthony Trol-
Marcella Mrs. Humphry Ward.
War n the Air H. O. Wells.
Cathedral Courtship Kate D. . Wig
gin, A New England Nun and other
stories M. B. Wilkin.
Lady Baltimore Owen Wlster.
Love, en the Eagle's Nest C. M.
P . . 1 II. .
new DOOKS or cnnuren bibu nave
been received. ' '
"Riot at a London . exhibition!"
shouted an Itinerant vendor of news
papers. An old gentleman hurried up
and bought a copy. It was some time
before be found the Item of news re
ferred to, and he was very angry In
deed when be came across It It was
Iq an advertisement: "Superb Ilium!
nations. Riot of color." London
m m ANY FINE specimens of the
ill products of the county have
"-ben brought to the Promotion
Office for dlsplsy and the Commerci
al r'luli la vratafnl fur Ilia Intaraat lha
people are using in giving publicity
to the products.
C. B. Hobble of Bolton, hns bad on
dlsplsy for soma time some very fine
cherries and gooseberries which re
ceived tsvorabls mention through the
press, but unfortunately were credit
ed to A. J. Hobble. Mr. Hobble
brought In another display of cberrlea.
He Is one of the original growers of
cherries In the county and aays this
Is the best cherry section In the state.
Ills fsvorlte Is the Lambert. He aver
aged ten cents a pound this yesr.
E. W. Smith who live on the High
land Road will purchase a herd of re
glNlered Jersey csttle. 'The Club Is
always glad to hesr of progressive
farmers, who know that the best Is
uoue too good and especially In the
pure bred stock Hue. Mr. Smith will
exhibit at the County Fair.
C. Seeley, of Lincoln, Neb., called
at the Promotion Office on Friday
and wis amazed st the samples of
fine products that grow In Clscksmas
Mr. Seeley has s 800-acre farm In
k.'al.rala mil la not in amateur at
fsriiiiiia. He Is an uncle of J. C. K''e-
ley, at this city.
a a v
nv W II U'hetlaufer. of II lull laud.
l-allud st the Promotion Office on Sat
urday and mailed Oregon City and
Clackamas County literature to friend
In the Eastern atatea. Mr. Whetlaufer
Is one of the prominent farmers of me
liloklanH rflatrlrt and aava that the
wheat crop on his farjn Is extra good
this yesr. lie win bring a ssmpie io
exhibit In the dUplay room of the
a mil deal of Interost Is Itelng
Isken In the proposed milk condensary
for Oregon City. The business men
of Oregon City sre wide awake to the
fact that this would be a great help
to tne county ana many or me larmen
bsve called upon Secretary Laxelle
and announced that they would sup
ni mill fur atirti a nlant. Now Is
the time to proceed with this proposi
tion and carry It through to success.
H. tl. Tennant. of Schohsrle, N. Y..
called bt the Promotion Office on
Thursday. He Is on sn extended trip
through the Northwest country with a
view of locating. He was favorably
Impresaed with Oregon City and waa
....... Mtnk Interested In the ClackS-
maa Southern railroad when the pro
ject was explained to him by Secre
i.p, ijixniie Mr. Tennant was form
erly Secretsry of Btate of New York.
9 a w
i.u. iipriaau of Molalla. who haa
r..r i ha naat twenty veara been trav
eling through the mountanous sections
In tbe Eastern part of Cackamas coun-
ty prospecting for gold and other
metals, cslled at the jromouon ui-
rin. ami waa nleased with the exhibit
of ores from the Ogle Mountain mines,
but said that the office should have
more mineral exhibits, as this county
will prove to be one of the beet min
ing sections in tjie state when the
mines are neveiopea.
ii. .a, that ha knows of ledges of
gold and silver ore that will readily
yield to smelting tnai are in an oui-of-the
way plac at present, but will
be developed as soon aa a railroad la
extended Into the mountains. He says
her also knows of sellcia sand mat is
worth 110 a ton and mineral paint In
BIG TRACT CLEARED
FOR FRUIT TREES
ACREAGE AT REDLAND BtlNO
SOLD RAPIDLY EASTERN
ERS ARE SOUGHT.
Jesse Haxxell. president of the
Northwestern Association waa In this
city on business In connection with
the company's land at Redland. This
company about one year ago purchas
ed a tract of land of 300 acres through
the firm of Freytsg ft swafford, and
laid it out Into five-acre tracts, the
land formerly being the farms of
Strohacker, Gruell Brothers, Lasch ft
Storm. This Is' considered one of the
finest pieces of apple land In the
county, and the company has gone to
much efpense In having the ground
cleared. of treea, brush and atumps.
A stump puller arrived in mis cuy
aatnriiav and waa taken to Redland.
and work will commence at once pull
ing some of the remaining stumps.
The drag saw, wnicn wss rectum
purchased by tbe company, will cut
45 corda of wood a day. Old treea
that have been removed and 600 cords
of wood have been cut. and 300 more
will be cut.s Thla la being done by
the workmen, who are engaged In
clearing the acreage. Aa soon aa the
trees have been cut, the roots are
taken out of the ground, and here one
finds some of the richest loll In
Clackamas county, which will produce
ik. heat fruit and vea-otables. The
company last year planted more than
1,000 rrut trees, ana neiween in-w
trees potatoes have been planted..
u.nv naranna from Portland visited
these tracts last Sunday with the In
tention or buying, tne compnny tail
ing the visitors out In automobiles,
it i. the intantlnn rit the enmnanv to
have an automobile In thla city In the
near future, and Oregon City will be
the main distributing station. This
will tend to Increase the population
of v Clackamas county when this
cresge is disposed of. The company
.nin thla lam! will make a s oec laity
of Inducing Easterners to come here
to settle, on tne ground tnai naa ai
miiI hMii ntanted to fruit trees of
the choicest kinds, and to potatoes.
Leads all others. Remarkable results In two and three months.
Salaries $50 to $80 Higher sta ndard than business colleges.
YOU SHOULD INVESTIGATE OUR WORK. ,;
Eclectic Business University
or Marshall 1751
WORCESTER BLOCK, Third St., corner Oak
EXPENDITURES. OF ROADS IN
8. Low 12.00
J. Low 6.60
8. Cordlll .'.... 20.00
K. Jackson l.f.O
W. W. Everbart 11.60
Mark Bprague 2 00
P. L. Bchamel 20.00
J. Brsdbury 19.00
O. Msrksm 20.00
' 'Chinese Musle. .
The notee of Chinese music read, Uke
tbe written characters, from right .to
left, snd the Intervals of tbe scale are
different from those of the scale adopt
ed by the nations or tne, west, xne
mnaie la not very hsnnonlous and
sounds meaningless and Jangling to
western ears, but It has a pretty
mnairal cadence that makes It sttrac
tive and Interesting In spite of Its fre
II. Engle ...
C. Miller ...
Ecberd . . . .
II. O. Cole
II. Larson ...
C. Vaughan .
Conxelmann Bros. ,,' 52.50
E. O. Jones 60.00
E. Todd (. 72.00
C. Tooze J 20.00
P. J. Kayler 12.00
Buster Skeen :.
I. Stelnlnger r.
D. " Stelnlnger . w
J. M. Austen
District No. 27.
L. N. Jones
S. G. Nlchlson
1. D. Larklns
J. H. Bartbe
J. A. Jones
J. T. Drake
Wm. Bchewmake .........
District No. 28.
J. W. Blnkley
A. T. Dale
Reynolds ft James .......
J. F. Jones
E. L. Wyland
E. P. McFarlane
C. H. Loelnger
W. C. Moore
J. M. Jlckelson
J. H- Furgeson
D. M. Groshong
A. E. Crite
Guy Wheeler ...
Earl Bird .......
Harry Knelb ....
Ray Wyland ....
Floyd Ferguson .
Fred Loelnger ...
Enock Sows ....
Ben Thomas ....
Geo. Slaughter . .
John Wllholt ..;
Chas. Hardee 200
. . . . 9.00
. . . . 8.00
. . . . 8.00
. . . . 8.00
. . . . 2.00
. . . . 3.00
. . . . 36,00
. . . . 32.00
. . . . 20.00
. . . . 22.60
C. McCoonel .........
J. 8. Barnes
W. C. Hester
Anions Batalgle ......
M. Beely . ,
' Dlstrct NO.
Beall ft Co
Henry Cromer ........
W. Tucker ...........
I. M. Psrk
Robert Guthrldge .....
Ira Bonney '.
T. H. Haynor ......
O. H. Karr
Alber Folsom .........
J. A. Reld
W. A. Bard
C. M. Folsom ......
Ray Wilcox ........
O. W. Simmons
W. T. Smith
W. H. Kondle -
Joseph Guthrldge ....
H. A. Speer ,
Howard Newhlter ...
W. A. Jones
District No. 34,
Wilson ft Cooke
A. Athey .....
J. C. Peterson
C. Franzle - -
Frank r.gby .,
Jess Bagby ...
B, Mason ...
Leslie Shank -8.
J. C. Green.,..
Frank Kokle .
J. M. Groshong
L. D. Shank
C. Austen '.
Jean Pelky .'
A. W. Russell
Dstrlct No. 29.
OU Know t
A. L. Stevens
O. B. Tsylor
A. McConnell .. 4 ....
K: Kosman . ,
E. Toughman .J....
East 81de Mill ft Lumber Co...
F. E. Davidson
O. C. Davidson
W. A. Winder .'.
M. Claus ......
F. Moser .i........
Wm. Bchats 83 s
District No. 82.
T V Mnrhark '. t 24.15
M. Dooney H-23
J. Zimmerman 36.00
F. Gross 65.00
P. Schroeder 59.50
E. Boekeman 46.00
S. Moser 68.50
A. Thomas 57.25
W. Koellermeler 70.00
J. Vandershon 57.25
G. Gross ??-50
G. Tedman 84.25
L. Keollermeler t. 21.00
F. Zimmerman,. . 1 88.75
A. Gross 72.00
H. Koellermeler 13.60
F. Kelnhofer 6.75
J. Chaw 5.00
J. Wtonker 34-75
T. Johnson 31.50
T. Johnson, Jr. 31.50
G. Teldman 12.10
Trojan Powder Co. 89.00
W. Kaiser 67.44
District No. 35.
Security Vault ft Metal Works. 8136.60
J. W. Sllvey 21.75
R. Blgnell .................... 13-75
Wm. Booth 20.00
A. J. Ault . , 32.00
Walter Spears K.50
rinoro-e Williams 12.23
Fred O. Wagner 23.75
Fred Wagner 93.00
P. n. Melnls- '...." 10.00
District No. 36.
S. R. Taylor I -0
Lewell Jacobs -00
H. F. Nelson -60
A. m.i Anderson - 8-75
District No. 37,
William J. Carrel I 86.75
r W Kruse ' 85.81
District No. 38.
P. Ry.. L. ft P. Co I 5
Security , Vault ft Metal Works. 84.95
H. Wegner ' 8 00
John Bel vers 5.00
Charlea Solvere 6.00
E. Harrington '-75
Henry 8mlth 0
E. D. Olds 80
C. Smith 450
C. Scofflns 9 50
Charles Harris 9-50
Clyde Drlscol 65.00
Norman Howard ... ...... 60.60
Thomas Evsns 60-50
Tnhn rtlack u 49.50
At the Portland Theater
LAST CAS LEAVES FOR OREGON CITY AT MIDNIGHT
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CHAUNCEY OLCOTT AT HEIUO THEATRE, JULY 24. 25. 26.
Tb4 favorite factor and, singer, Channcey Olcott and his splendid com
pany will present his latest comedy-drama success, "MacusbU" (Pulse of
My Heart) at The Hellig Theatre for three nights, beginning Monday,' July
24. Special price matinee Wednesday.
Tbe latest success of Chauncey Ol
cott, "Macushla" Is booked to appear
at tbe Heilig Theatre. Portland for
three night beginning Monday, July
24th, with a special price matinee
Wednesday. In thla play Mr. Olcott
gives us an excellent picture of life
In Ireland during tbe early part of
the nineteenth century, one of the gold'
en agea of tbe country. This was the
period In which the Irish gentleman
of wealth and position lived on his
own estates and took pr. ..
breeding of fine
Ing them In steeplechases. There v
real snap to the story, for this was
the age of dash and "go", and it won -not
reflect the life of the day. If It
did not possess this quality. Tet It la
not necessary to comment on the fit
ness of Mr. Olcott to play a role of
this type. He has proved his artistic
and Intelligent Interpretations of siml
llar roles In the past that he la the
one man In this country eminently
fitted to portray such a character. It
Is safe to say that while his voice lasts
In its present freshness and he la
able to play with his accustomed dash,
that there will be no rival to Olcott la
, 7th and Taylor Streets
Phonea Main 1 & A 1122. x
SPECIAL PRICE MATINEE WEDNESDAY
" Augustus Pltou Presents
THE FAVORITE ACTOR AND SINGER.
AND HIS SPLENDID SUPPORTING COMPANY IN HIS LATEST COME-
" DY dRAMA 8UCCE8S.
Pulse of My Heart
Mr. Olcott will sing 4 of. His Latest Song Hits
Wednesday Matinee: tljOO-7S-60-35-2S.
Seats on Sale Friday, July 21
..COMING TO THE HEILIG THEATRE ..
Special Price Sommet Engagement ,
4 WEEKS BEGINNING SUNDAY, AUGUST 6th
The Favorite Comedian. s .
' Splendid Company Complete Production.
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ough knowledge of the law. "It Is the combined wisdom of the ages."
Three years' course with degree. Standard Is equal to the Eastern law
schools and the work Is most thoroughly done. Fully prepares for the Bar
The school Is In session all the year in both day and night classes. En
roll at any time; do It now.
PORTLAND LAW SCHOOL
I IRVING E. RICHARDSON, LL.D, Presldent-Desn
Phones, Marshall 8751, A-6446. 631 Worcester Block, Portland,' Or.
Ed. Conway ..
H. C. Wagner
District NO. 39.
R. Grove I 2-30
Owen Q. Thomaa 4.00
C. E. Stewart T-00
W. Owen 36.00
pavld Jones 28.00
Q. E. Hamilton 24.00
A. M. Wsgenknecht 32.00
Ed. Owens . 1, 00
Frank Jaggar .... -0
Wm. H. Jones 37.00
Archie Tomson 12.00
Ernest Jones 13.00
Charley Cahtll 22.00
Wm. H. Rees' I 00
Mlllins Yeske , -00
T. Miller ' -50
Otto 8trtker 3-6
Robert Schanborn 10.60
Evan Lwls I800
Walter Owen ......
T. L. Sinclair ......
. .. v 29.50
Real Estate Transfers ,
Hattle and Louis Saloman to Frank
Carlson, lot 13. Flnavon; $1400.
Thomas U Young to cnaries B. Net
son, lots 14 and 15, Flnavon; 1 10.00
O. R. II. Miller to Robert J. Good
fellow, five feet off east end Jot 8,
block 53, Oregon City; 50.00.
Fred J. Nelson to Robert J. Good
fellow, tract In Oregon City; 1100. -.
' O. R. H. Miller to Robert Ooodfellow,
Rowland W. and Henrietta O. Wal
ters to Harr O. and Grace Field, lot
13, Coolrldge Home Trecta; 11250.
J. U. and Anna C. Campbell to
m...h. u 1 sit-In. an, I 1 .at It la Hetk
Jk in' .-..a D.mil.l a While)'
donation land claim; $1100. .
uerune n. auu n"' j .
homme to Henry C. Pmdhomme Co..
north weat quarter of northwest qnar.
er, section 7, township 2 south, ran;
5 east. 40 seres; $1.00.
R. Campbell and Gertrude 8. tW
to V. C. Belknap, land In section !
township 3 south, rsnge 3 east; 1"
Tatum & Bowen Co. to 8. B. V,
$3 acres, Caleb Rlchey donation 1
claim, sections 29 and 30, tovmi"
south, range 3 east; $10.00.