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About Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 17, 1911)
CS303 CTTT, OREGON
0. M. KROOIC. Editor and P-bllaber.
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Uaera be tM
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ant want first bua.1laa; mmm blf Ml
aarh additional .
Rata for advarMstaa: ba Waakty
Kblarprtaa wlU ba tba sum aa la tbe
Saltr. for advartlarasaata art aaparaaWv
far Uw waaktr. We- tba asviriiaiasaaf
lb traaafMT4 from tba 4Uy ta tba aab-
1f without raaaga. tba rata wtu
aa barb for tw of tha
aasar. a4 lb aa
aw far apactal peeuka.
Caab abawM a
arty at oakaewr ba basin is attic at
Lac aamtata at fecal a4vartjtaa
ttrroa advamatac ana special lisaaliat
-Vhrarltslaa at tbe to sv aa bscb, aaaari-
Mt special caaatt
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CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER..
Auo. 17 In American History.
1TS5-Jooatbaa TrumbulC Revlutto-1
ry patrtoc dW. tru ITm i
TTS-David Crwckett. artMW. hunter
and panoeer. born in Trnnesave:
killed U the Atanas March . 1S5S.
HOB Lawrr -e Bacber. artist noted
' for hla etrblngs, died at Lawrroce
Park. K. T.: bom 1SCS.
(From noaat today t noon toaaorprwj
Bun sets risea 5 OS; aaoon rises
KMT p. aa; planet Mercury still vmV
baa. arttiag nthartly after tbe saw.
LORD- SURRENDER TO PEOPLE.
The House of Lords has surrendered
to the win of the British people and
passed the House of Com
which practically limiu U power of I
the House of Lord, to a two year-
, ' i
compulsory veto and vastly Increase j
the prerogaUvwa of the House it J
Commons, the elective and therefore :
the popular branch of the Govern- j
The new measure aCects
Uon tn British psxUaaWuury pcoce- j
dare nad political life and is Ue most
radical political departure to Great
Britain la many years.
W-l I . . . 1
a Kvmx-nn P"-
the wtu of the people is sigamcaat j
of the coaUaoed onward tnarch of
Democracy la Great Britain.
Germany and France have shed i
more Ink than bbood la taw 3arootaa
New Tork ht aw wi fiiimniu She
the B Souse tte
hilnKr. yet ewmaiTanui C a CUSp
a weaJa in warror.
Maiae ta ka-re
Uaited States Srauuzs-s"
Uoas bar tbinrd
The foikrwiag is a tnt of
ed letters at the Cremaa Oty powjf-
fice for the week eadiag Awrast t-
Woaaas's List FeOows. JUSf (2:
f.mimm nattv.- Uarrta Mr w .1 ? i
. . - .
Dottle (2); Sracrn. '
Mrs. Eva III.
Mea's Uet Johaat
Kaiier. Rollew- liir
M. S-; Towasead, George; Waters A i
Fa. aUr. -
Tony naeo has filed a salt against j
Frank Fall, through his attorney.
l Krw scsueoei. uwro auegas (
that ha was employed as a gardner j
fi- IVmak Pallaa at a aalarv rtt 135 !
a nsoath. sad that only 25 of
due him has beea paid.
The folio lag are registered at the
Electric oHtel: . 8. E. Jennings.
Caarlea rrwuhart, Seattle, Wash.; J.
Robiasoa. Seattle: E. hf. Handle.
Portkaad: Sitoey Hlamaa. Pittsburg.
Pa.; J. R, Moore. Pittsburg: U Sum
. sserfletd. Tacoraa; J. H. White. Wash
. tegtoa. D. C; IX H. Wstsoa. StiDwa
ter. OUraa: R. R. Back. Detroit.
Mir..: J. H. Rofer. Washlagtoa. D.
C; C. A Hsdsoa. New Tork; R. R
Back. C Lafer. Carltoa: A. A. Jef
fries. Porthaad; atobert Herroa. J. H.
Clakrrk. Xev Tork; R- Ricaolana.
C M. Pwrdy. Roarbwrg; A. K. De
Jwstire of tbe
aad Ol K. Jewalags,
High Heels Worse
Than Wooden Shoes
SUCH SMOCS ARC
AftO AS DESTRUCTIVE
tVCSSTsl SMOCSV . . . - '
TL!stla-lioaaa DnHSCCTIVS aaramajwiaa DEADLY
HOPS 45 COiTS O
MAY REACH DOLLAR
Th hop market has reached iie a
pound t the Willamette Valley bad
li very nrat at the highest price oa
record for this time of tha year.
Thera virtually bra no old hops at
world'a centers and tha consumption
of beer ahows no signs of falling oft.
On of tba leading hop firms of tha
Coast hsa been offering; 4S cent a
pound oult freely for options on tha
coming hop crop lb tha valley and
several rrowera bra said to have
slgaed ap their crops at tha highest
Actual purchases of tha coming
crop have already bee - mad at
cents a pound. McNeff Brothers, of
Portland, being the purchasers of ;
40.000 pounds tn the Willamette Valj Northwestern Ueague Vancouver
lev at ibis price, I J. Portland 3: Spokane - Tmcoma 4;
Not only has the market reached Victoria X Seattle 1.
the record figure for aaoro-than twe Asserlcaa League Detro't Chl
tv years but there are Indications at . eago 1; no other games acaelalot
this time that the previous high mark j National LajnM Chicv IX Boa
st SI a pound will be reached unless ton ; Philadelphia 10. Su Loula 1;
there Is a radical change la the sit-! New Tork . Oncinnatl 1; Pltnburs
Tbe entrance into this market oc
buyers from Germany has excited the
hop trad of Oregon and California as
never before. This Is the first time
tn the history of the hop Industry
that German brewers have found it
necessary to go abroad for their hops.
irrTr lRnr.r Rntan bidea. I
to Cc; salters, iSe to CHc; dry hides.
13c to 14c Ebvep pelts, ISc to Tic
DRIED YRUTTS Uocal prices are
firm at from 8c to 10c on apples and
prunes, teachew are lac
SALT Selling SOc to toe tor 8n
M lb. neck, half ground 40c: TS for
100 lb. sachb.
Portland Vaoetabla Markets.
SACK VGGETAB1JES Carrots. I
. Y '
i &An, 1 Atusa param- tvc
ILTS per crate; hbage, aew. 1 per
hand.dweight; canliBower. L06
JLTS per dosen; celery. CalUorais, ?5c
(j0c per duaea; cscumbers, SLMO
I JS per doswu; eggptaav 15c per lb.;
garlic, 10c fj lie per pound; lettuce.
Usee per done.; hotboa lettuce. SUM
fc 12 per bob; peas, K-tf 11c per
srmad; peppers, 30ceS5c r pomad:
radishea. lie per dosen ; rhubarb,
fj 3c per pound; sprouts. Sc; tomatoes,
ONIONS Jobbing prto; Oregon
1175 per 1M: Australian. SIM per
10; Texas. It IS per crate: Carttor
nia, i r crai
Oreooa CH Stock Quotations. '
HOGS Hogs are quoted Sc bower.
ISO iba. to TOO lbs. I Sc.
BACON. LAKH awd 11AM, are Brm
from ge to tuc according to rad-
BEET 3TEKRS Vt steers for
tbe toral uarkeu are fetching SV,C to
(He are aetgat.
SHEKP u tuba at e to Se Tlve
Oootaraaoa rar Oreaoai Crl.
F1X)L"K AXD FEED Flour
at eady. betling from W to fii
i little of cheaper gjaaea.
J OATS tSuymgr Gray. $23 to U4.
a kite, rroun $2S to 114.
cruntry brings from Ue
ifaacy dairy fresa 3r to 32c
j ery S3r to ac
! EGGS Best grade 33 ceats.
POCLTRT iBwyiag Ftrm w El
t fd sawrk etfered. Good hews an
. arsigaa; L3c Out roosters are in snot
Aramaic. srj5er sa-txa; Crcsa ICe to lie
. wdra pmtt Amusaa.
'Wf-'O "oai irteta are , o C- Tocum and A. M. Tocwm to
waigrTig Sntmi l s 17 cera. A. W. SUpley. lot 4 tn block li Pam
rrszy-Stottm i .3; roCed,!; $ia.
"tmrrr, C1M tTZ: tewcestt bar- B. F. aad E. R. Hart to Hash Ca-1
'upr. SS.-W ; wirAe
cava. 13 44 ; '
em-H. wlftat tire';
tSt: eiB mrail tZt: Siaxy Erwc
Burr wc yua rrr wisbCrew forrwis. ?
HAT iBrra.i Tlijr fjg to
ITT; clrw r tw r.; tmt fcsy, besf.
rxic -t ba in - aSaJTa, U
MRS. BAKER GIVES
. . .
A jitrty eras g5-rrw Twesday at tte
r. S. Ba.er. of f4-
aamve-warT. the estertaiaseat
ctag rrom I ranr snrt-i i o tacx-i.
waefxl artJoes were preaeated
o m rs. mser. aa owe of tbe lea
tares of the day was the dosser arrr
ea by tee noatesa. Tae bows was ,
. "''J "
P""k- rosea. Mec
a a r -- ;
TU.'S for J
Wash.; Mrs. C. L. Hastings, of Glad-
atone; Mrs. F. 8. Baker. Mrs. Wll
llam McMillan. Mrs. Msrths Wllke,
of Seattle. Wash.; Misses Harriet.
Julia and Charlotte Baker. Geraldlne
and Julia Hastings. Blsnabe Barry.
Fred Baker. Jr.. Francis Hastings.
Masters John Barry. Charles, Fie.'
and John Hastings.
' Gas Plant Werfc Start.
Dr. A. I- Bralie Wednesday began
the tnstallstioa of aa acetfieoe p.a
to ruraiah gas for tha new htsh
school and other bandings to tne
neighborhood. Thin will be tbe first
salt of tbe system whirh will be
! Kraaaalty erteaded an'il the enL'rt
jetty Is supplied , with gas.
HOWARD m New Tork
as ritifr in lb? noae or tattooing.
AS BAR KAROOS. AS. TORTURIbrQ
OF HEALTH AS THE CHINESE
nmniniu nin-n"?"1: ......
hsppy "- U auradaoc- moTt.Wli, Ww
were Mrs. T. F. O NHl. Mrs. J U ! ,h) $ mk , M; L
SrT7v--U.i-IirrT- ri'r: I Walrr Loig et .1 to 8. M Loag.
Mrs. Netoon Andrews of Tcoa.. , .onhwrwt uaarter of wrctioa 23, towa-!
MORNING ENTERPRISE, TlllTWSnAY. AITOITST
mm COME FROM
BEHIiiDAIID Will OUT
PORTLAND. Aug. 1C (SpejclaU
With tha Beavers leading 3 to 1. the
Angeles today In tha eighth mad
three runs and won the game. Delhi
with Ihe.excepUoa of the first when
Portland nvatl two scores, and the
second wheat one taller waa recorded
had things virtually hta own war.
Only fire btia were nude oft his de
livery. Koestaer did well until the
eighth whea he took an ascension.
Eight hits were recorded against him.
Portland mad three errors:
The results Wednesday follow:
Pacific Coast Lagne Los Angela
4. Portland 3: Vernon t. Oakland T.
San Francisco g, Sacramento 1.
J Brooklyn .
Portland .... ...... TO
San FTanctsCO . . 71
Tacoma . .
Spokane . .
I Victoria ..
EOUEYURD MTO SM AT OCE
tContinued from page 1)
Sell wood A. N. WUls. J. E. Kertch
em and Dr. R. F. Sterns.
Milwaukie Philip Strelb. N. H.
Grasie and A. L. Bolsteadt.
Oak Grove C, W. Ruiey. E. C.
Warren and H. Sceufler.
Jennings Lodge C. P. Morse, W.
B. Jennings and John F. Jeuninga.
Gladstone O. E. Frevtsg. J. B. Car.
ter aid Thomas A. GaolL
Mount Pleasant J. M. Warnock.S.
O. Dillman and A- C Warner.
New Era George Laielle. George
Brown and J. Burgoyne.
Canby M. J. Lee. L. B. Gorhaia
and E- Bryant,
BUCKET BRIGADE PUTS
OUT GRAIN STACK FIRE
There was much eicltemcat at
Shubel Tuesday afternoon, when one
of the grain stacks on the E. W.
Horn shah farm caught fire from the
engine of the threshing machine owu-
ed by V. F. hloehnke. A crew or men
i was at work when fir started, about
3:3 o'clock, and with the aid of tbe
I crew or tae Biunm tnresning outn
! sad the neighbors, the fire was ex
i tinguished about 4 o'clock. About 100
asea formed a bucket brigade and
' carried water from nearby wells, and
wtrh-the two water wsgons. prevent
e4 more serious damage, as the Urn
ber and grass were dry and the flames
aUght have spread rapidly.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Hemaa A. aad Eda E. Lee to Ad
i Shall. Ul acres of sectioa 33. town-
ahia 2 souta. raare 1 east: I'll I
sedy. acres of sectioa . township
aaatb run east: IlSda.
Carl E. Ohtoea aad EmUy OhUen
to E:eUa R- Salisbary, lot J, block
tc Gbvsstoae: I!.
Thomas D. Abbey to Vary L. Driggv
C acres cf sectioa Ji. township i
mb ramrr- 3 east: 11-
Mary L Driggs to John Benson. S3
acres of srtioa ti- toahip 2 south,
rbsre- 2 east: SSfa.
Chartes Hale aad Martha Hale to
; S X- Wyaick, lots L 2. 2. 4. block 17.
1 S. H saw Maud Wyrick to F. Mat s
FHiacer. hxts 1 1 r 4. block 17. Wind-
Sj - I
Joka A. Ream aad Sallie Ream to '
rean jaaaaing, tract r uismette
. Far Acreare tracts; $1.
Wmasa X. Cboloote aad Rhoda B.
Caikcote to Eraeat E- Caolcote. 3S j
acres of sectioa 32. towaship 1 south. !
rrrre 3 east; flu. j
Mtraada aad R. F. Wans et at to
j K ML Loag. aonhwest warter of sec-
7 tovutfcfs S south, rang 1
: SL I
Jaz Eagoa loS.il Long, aorta-
sart of sectioa IS. town-;
b". S south raace east: tl. '
I GUber. Loag et al to S. M. Loog.
towaship 1 wtk. rg 1 Wst;
ship S south, raace 1 east; tl- j
Mary B. Barrett to E. E. Raddiag.
west half of lot 7. 1 1-2 acres of
Wells D L C, sectioa 3, towaship 1
south range 2 east; tl.
Ellea J. aad Hearyb p. Myers to '
George F. Barrtoger aad Clara Bar-i
ringer. 1U1 acre of sectioa 2S. j
township 2 south, range a east; tl. j
wunam u kom aa jooepmae
Rose to Beajamta 8. aad Sarah 8.
Loaey. north 1 2 of lot M. Jennings
COAIIY G BACK
Company G. O- X. ti. letntmad j
Wedneaaay night rroaa Camp Ooas
mers, Columbia Beach, where the
hoys spent tea dsys to ramp. Fifty
members of the roaapauy a oa taa
fr The bor said they bad a ftoe
time. deMpv'e te fact that :ber we
kept bw-y most of tba Uaae The Ora
gnu City Compaay asade a fine ap
pearance la lb e big parade at tbe
opening . of the Astoria Ceatenulal
sad the members were eoagratahited
by the offtrers. The smews who
went with the troop) were Captain
Hldy. First Liewleusnf W. R. Logw
aad Oicoad LJewtewaat treii K.
St 71 .4M
5 S3 .403
W U P.C
.... .... T5 47 .1S
71 il M2
C4 M .50S
4 M .s:s
S3 l -S
30 l JZU
Wants, For Sale, Etc.
WW InsaMae bt aaa aaat a aw. . n
maaruaa. bait a aaal aulal bar
ttaaa. or tax aar. II ear "
art aar. ( iiaa l par aioaia
Caab aiaat aeaBar r4ar sabw an
baa aa a aceeant wttb tba Bar. M
riaaaotaj raapaaalblUly far errar. wbart
arrar aacar fraa earraatad aauo wtb b
sHaiird for satraa. BUauvum akaraa lie
WANTED Collectors to see my col
lection of nil sorts of curios, an
tique, and Indian trinkets: tumps
for stamp collectors; coins (or
- numismatists, arrow heads for arch
eologlsts. etc. I buy and sell all
sorts of curios; also alt kinds of
secood hand '' furniture and tools.
George Young, Main, near Fifth
WANT oxtail advrtlmnts for
this column. Prions ry reaaoa
- able. &e raid at Mad e( rol-tma.
Read tbe Morning fiat arprtaa.
WANTED Ton to know that the En
terprise Job printing department Is
tha most complete la tt State,
outside Portland. Try 11 tor your
WANTED Girl tor general house
work. Call at store one door north
of First National Bank, or opposite
WANTED Girl or, woman for gen
eral housework, good wsge and
permanent place In small family
bt Portland; moat be experienced.
Apply 53 J East Salmon street.
Portland, or at Enterprise office.
FOR SALE Space In this column
Sell that old plow or harrow; you
dent use It since you purchased
your new one.
FOR SALE Five room cottage, elec
tric lights," hot and - cold water,
basement, on the hill, central, one
block from bluff. This is a bar
gain for S1.400. Inquice or write
301 Third street, Oregon City.
HARDING-WALDEN Tract. Acre
tracts, garden and fruit Und. level,
fine view, one-halt mile to carllne
v at Gladstone, sold on installments
or terms to suit. Inquire 1003 Msin
street H. S. Clyde, sgent. For
bargains in houses, lots and Und.
see H. 8. Clyde, 1003 Msin street.
FARM LOANS Dtmick
Lawyers, Oregon City,
O D EBT, AUomey-at-Law. Mou
In nad. abstracts furnished, land
Ufles eismlaed. aetata settled, gen
eral law basins Over Bask at
ITRKN A SCHITEBEL. AWoroeys-st
law. Deutscher advokat, wtll prso
tic la ill courts, msk coOectioas
aad settleaneata. Offlee In Bnter
ptise Bid-. Draco) City. Oregon.
BUILDER AND CCfWACTOR.
IIARKT JONES Builder and Genera.
Contractor. Estimates cheat tull
given 00 all ciasae of bulldlba
work, cower ate walks aaa retaforce
concrete. Kea phone Mala 111.
K. II. COOPER. F FTre Insuraacr
td Real Estatq. Let ns handle
vour pioper tie buy. sell sad
rrrbaaga Office to Kaierprtae
'i!t. Ore so city. Oragoa.
Resolution and Notice for- the li
provement of Water Street, Ore
gon City, Oregon.
Whereas, pursuant to an order of the
City Council of Oregon City. Clacka
mas County. Oregon, heretofore
made, the City Engineer of sld
city hss submitted his leport and
filed in the office of tbe Recorder
plans sod specifications for an ap
propriate Improvement of Water
Street, from the Northerly line of
Stith Stret to tbe Southerly line
of Seventh Street, and estimates of
the work to ' be done tbereon and
tbe cost thereof, snd.
Whereas, such plana, speclflca
tioas and set I ma tea sre satisfsctory
to the City Council of said Oregon
The plans, specifications snd es
timates are hereby approved and It
Revolved. That It is the purpose
sad Intention of the said City Conn
cil of Oregon City to make tke said
Improvement, described aa follows.
The street shall be brought to
subrade a distance of 30 feet west
erly from the easterly line thereof.
A line of concrete curbing shall be
placed ( feet westerly from tbe west
line of ssid street snd concrete siV
wslk feet shall be laid between
said Easterly side of said street snd
said curb. Tbe roadbed shall be
24 fet wide. Immediately adjoining
the said curb.
Oa the roadbed macadam shall be
placed not less than S inches thick
at curb and S Inches thick at the
center of the roadbed, aad when
completed tbe roadbed shall be
brought to the established grade.
Bald street shall be provided with
sll dralna, catch basins, and gutters
necessary to preserve the grades,
embankments aad surface of tbe
street, aad to provide all proper
d rat wage.
CToaswalka shall he of wood 4
feet wide aad not leas than 3 Inches
thick and all the said lmprovrmeota
shall be asade according to the plans
sad speciScaiions Sled ItlA. and ap
proved . hereby. Tbe Improvement
shall be clan d as -Macadam- and
shall be maintained by Oregon City
for thafull period of tea years from
dat oTlb acceptance thereof 'by
The City Recorder la hereby di
rected to cause this resolution and
notice to be published, aa required
by tbe Charter of Oregoa City.
The foregoing reanlutioa waa
adopted by the Council of Oregon
City nt a special meeting of the
Cfty Council. August 14. 11 1.
By order of tbe Council of Oregon
U 8T1PP, Recorder.
Not ica for tbe Inv
lusaewt wt ttt Alley In Stack
V Or sob n City, 0nn,
-Whereat, awrswaat to the order of the
Oly Council of Oregon Oty Clack v
maa County, tres. ""V".,.
mad lb. City Engineer of bala city
..submitted hi. re! bnd -14,
tn th. office of the Recorder pUn.
snd .reclfic.tlons for an kPPr0'''!
rproV.n.enl of ths Alley Htoch
y Oregon City. Oregon, and esU
mates of the work o be d" "rf
on aud th cost thereof, and.
Whereas, such plans.
tlons and estimates are """'"J0"
to tbe City Council of said Oregon
Cltv. therefore, .
The said Plans, siycino.tlons and
estimates ar hereby approved and
"JrJJSSf'lasI It Is the purpo
aS Intention of the -id Illy
ell of Oregon City to "Jj
Improvement being desrr.bed 'ol
'"ThVaHey'sball be brought to sub
grade the full width thereof, and on
the roadbed "Macadam- shall be
placed not less than 4 Inches deep
t each side of said alley and
Inches deep at th center of saM
alley, and when nnlimed aald
alley shall be brought to estslhcd
grad and shall be graded according
To the plana and specifications on
file herein and approved by mis
The Improvement shall be classed
as "Macadam" and shall be main
talned by Oregon City for "-''
period of ten years from date of the
scceptanc thereof by th Council
Tbe City Recorder Is hereby dr
reeled to cause this resolution and
notice lo he published, as required
by th Charier of Oregon City.
Th foregoing resolution wss
adopted by tbe Council of Oregon
City at a special meeting of the
City Council. August It. 1H-
By order of the Council of Oregon
L STIPP. Recorder.
An ordinance authorising the Clacka
mas Southern Railway Company, a
corporation, its successors and as
signs, to construct, maintain and
operate a railway, electric power,
telephone and trlegraph wires on
Fifteenth Street- and on..Wier
Street In Oregon City. Oregon, and
to erect the necessary poles and
string the necessary wires for th
operation thereof and thereon, snd
to carry freight,' passenger and et
press matter on and over said rail
wav on said Fifteenth Street and on
Water Strert In Oregon City, and lo
collect fares, charges snd tolls for
tbe carrying of passengers, freight
and express matter.
Oregon City does ordain as fol
Sartlon 1. That there be snd
hrre1y Is" granted unto th Clacka
mas Southern Railway Company.
Its successors snd assigns, the right
and privilege to construct, lay down,
maintain and operate a railway line
In. over and upon Water Street In
Oregon City. Oregon, beginning at
a point In the center of said strr
Street at the Intersection of said
Water Street with Fourteenth
Street. Oregon City, Oregon; thenrP
following In, over and upon said
Water Street In a Northerly direc
tion to the Intersection of said Wa
. ter Street with Fifteenth Street.
Oregon City. Oregon; thence In a
Northerly direction In, over snd up
on said Water Street to the Inter
section of said Water Street with
Sixteenth Street. Oregon City, Ore
gon. Also, beginning at a point In
the center of Water Street at the
Intersection of Fifteenth Street with
said Water Street, Oregon City
Oregon; thence in sn Easterly di
rection extending along the center
of said Fifteenth Street to the East
erly line of John Adams Street In
said city; thence In a Northeasterly
direction around the hill and Im
mediately above the Abernathy
Creek on the present railway grade
to the Northerly boundary of said
city: and o erect and maintain
electric power poles, telephone snd
telegraph poles and applltincp
along, over and upon said streets
between the points aforesaid, and
to stretch wires thereon for tbe pur
pose of transmitting power snd tele
phone and telegraph messages for
the operation of said railway, snd
to construct grades and trestle,
thereon for such railway purposea.
Section II. The said Clackamas
Southern Railway Company, Its sue
cns(in and assigns, ah all build snd
maintain an overhead crossing at
the Intersection of Fifteenth Street
with Washington Street, Oregon
City. Oregon, and ther shall be a
drive-way at the Intersection of said
streets on Washington Street under
said trestle, not leas thnn thirty
feet n width, and the bents set In
the street shall be sot parallel with
said Washington street snd the ssM
street shall be hoarded up from
said bents to the edge of the side
walks on said street, subject to the
approval of the Council of Oregon
City, and the height of an Id drive
way shall be of sufficient height s.i
as not to Interfere lth public trav
el on said street and he subject to
the approval of the Council of Ore
gon City, and that whereas tha
grad of said Washington Street hna
been established and the estab
lished grad of said street and the
present survev and grade of said
Clackamas Southern Railway Hue
on said street, made for a grade
crossing of the present tracks of
the Southern Pnclflo Company and
th Portland Railway likj i
Power Company, and that ir ,,.1,1
Washington Street was brought up
to the present established grade at
the Intersection of aald streets
there would not be sufficient clear
ance between tl,.. srad-
treet and the est ibiished grade of
ISmI 7 ,rack 'nd -1rt"r ovr
sa Id crossing. N,)w therefore the
said Clackamas Southern Railway
rlght to bui'1 aa, crosMlng at the
with Washington Street n.i ths
grade established by Clscksma'
Southern Railway Company, and at
SlreeTTh.n' nm " whln!in
raised to the nresent ....i.n-u...
rn Pacific Company. t, ...ceaasors
and assign., .hall rals its ,,m
Bouthern Railway Comtany, 1(. ,no.
"rZV ."nHd M"'Kn"' "h-U
trestle snd grade tn a aufflnl.tii
d -tancaso tha, waahlngtrs "ea
fn Tk' ta" fllM n,1 btonBM n
lad -biT""1 -''llsh.d "ads
r .a hich Work of ""In Wash-'
and .th"Td" h'" b" b
snd at th ex pans, 0f th riaeb.
sor.7r 'r iin .
psopl who r'y "' H fMnl w,,h si h
- asa.tr but build a substantial arsdlt alsa. 1
' r.7h Itss furth.M wh. supplamsnt by Oood Cr.dit,
The Bank of Oregon City
OLDEST BANK IH THI COUIfTT
D C LATOUHTT Prw-ld.nt sTWt VSi.
THE FIRST' NATIONAL BANK
of OREGON CITY , OREGON
trtMMU a ersl anbmg tusie.
present established rade of said
hltgtn StriHt and shall oe on
stnuted and maintained
penw of the Clackamas Soutftern
Kallwav Company. IU success.,
and a.slsna. subjoct to tha approval
of th Council of Oregon City, d
aatd sidewalk, shsll l constructed
nn1 maintained of wooden material
until such tin., ss said Wahlnl
8treet at M H.lnt. shall l
and brought up to the present es
tablished grade, snd then said
Clackamas Southern Rsllwsy torn
panv. Its successors aud assigns,
shall construct snd maintain ssbl
sidewalks of concrete, subj'l
the approval of thb Council of Ore
gon City. , '
Section III. The track of said
railway shall b a single trsck of
ateel ralla. with th necessary turn
outs and turn tables, snd th man
ner of construction or Isylng down
the sam ahall be subject to th
approval of the City Council of Ore
Section IV. The said Clackamas
Southern Rsllwsy Company. Its sue.
ressor and assigns, shsll protect
and save harmless th city of Ore
gon City from sny and all claim,
damages and liabilities by reason of
the claim or claims of sny person
or persons. comny or corporation
growing out of tUe construction of
said line, or th Improper or negll
gent maintenance and operation
Section V. It shsll b unlawful
for any person or persons to ob
struct the railway herein provided
for, either during tb construction
or Oeratlon of the same, and any
person or persons who shsll rare
lessly or wilfully violate this pro
vision, shsll be deemed guilty of
misdemeanor, and on conviction
thereof befor the City Recorder of
Mayor of said city, shsll be pun
. Ished by a fine not etreedlng twenty-five
dollars, or by Imprisonment
In the city Jail not exceeding twelve
days, or both, si the discretion of
the Court, for each and every of
fens. Any conductor or other erti
ployee on th railway herein pro
vldid for. or passenger thereof, or
any person on or ainmt the cars be-1
longng to said company, who shall,,'
by offensive. IniUtcenl. opprobrious (
or sluislv language or. coital net. In-
suit, abuse or maltreat any pasaen- j
ger on said cars, shsll. on convic
tion thereof lx-fore th City Record- I
er or Mayor be punished by a fine J
not exceeding twenty fit dollars. I
or br Imprisonment In the city Jail j
not exceeding twelve days, or both,
at tha discretion of th Court, for
each and every offense.
Section VI. That there h and
herebv la granted unto the Clacka
mas Southern RsIIwb) Company, Its
siicresanri and sssigns.. the right
snd privilege to run and operat
passenger, express and freight car
along, over and upon any railway
const ructed hereunder upon Flf
teenth Street and upon Water Street
of snM Oregon City, as hereinbe
fore described, and lo csrry and
transport passengers, freight snd
express matter thereon and there
over and tn collect fares, tolls and
Section VII. proper depot for
passenger, and a proper warehouse
for loading and unloading freight
and express matter must be provld
ed by suld lompsny, It. successors
Section VIII. All rights and nrlvl.
lege, hereby conferred shall expire t
absolutely at the end of twenty five
years from th date of the approval
of this ordliinru
IX. The aald Clackamas !
Railway Comtmny. Iia sue !
nd aHslgns. shall keep th
fix feet on either side of
. - - i niiri mil." 111
the c. nter line of the track In good '
repair and condition, wherever said
track h laid or nnu... . . ;
nm-iioi, x. Tn cinckama. flomh.
m iiauway t:ompnnv, Ita sneers
sort and assigns shsll within h,ih.
days after th date of th approval
ol Ihla ordinance. Ill In th offlcai
of tb C Ity Recorder of Oregon City
its written acceptance of th rlghta
l-l r-s and privileges hereby granted
and conferred upon l. subject to tha
inch wrlM" " " hn" f"" "
such written acceptanc. R shall be
deemed to hav. abandoned all th
.li n"1' privilege, conferred by
thl orrtlimnce. 1
Southern n"il " Mii Clsrk.m..
Southern Railway Company, It. ,.
,.. " "I'erai cars
LfTeT ... h " tw'n," f"r month.
fier II. anld acceptance, aa provid
ed for In section (en of im, ora,.
Comnnn'.nk1.m,, B",h"n -"-"
tympany. It. aucce.s.ra and aa.
gn. .hall ba d "
bandwad all right, hereunder. !
liahla .. tlm ""' w4 Pub
shed at a special meeting of th
hel UrC" f 0r"fnn Cl.y"og"
held on August 14, uii.
enough wood to tiav ...... i .'
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m aatl a .
r ' nn". Oregon
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August . 10, 11, ij, it.
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150 Morrison tt Pertiasd. Or
Buy a Home
100 down and f 12 a
takes this comfortabl sit rooa
house and lot. House It vlrel
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7th and Main fits, by Bosps
10 REWARD - J
a for t0 arrast an convlctlo
of anv person or persons,
unlawfully remove copies f.TM
Morning Htrprls from
premise of gubscrlbsra sn
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Seventh and Mala.
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M. B. Dunn ConfectlonsT
Nest door lo P. 0. '
City Drue S't
Schoen born Con f ectlonsry
8venth and .T. Q- Ads"11
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(very SmIi -Quaranteed.
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