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About Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 19, 1911)
C2SGOH CITY, OREGON
SL E. BROOIE. Editor and Publisher.
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Run paper othar taaa flrat aa-, par teea
flrat laaortlua laa
Has papal oihar thaa flrat pace, par bash
. adda ttsartlons
Ueeala lac tar Una; to rasmlar aaVar
lieere lo Baa. ...
Waata For Sale, Ta Rant. ata , aaa
aal a wort flrat tosertloe: oast-half caat
Rataa (or adaertlstns: ta Aa Waaaty
Catarpries will ba tha aauo wJT ha tha
dairy, tor edrertlaamsata aat aapaotairy
lor tha waakly. Wlera tha aavertlawasant
ta transferred (ram tha daily ta tha aaia
9. without dance, tha rata will ba ta
aa tnca (or rua a? tha papar, and le aa
tack tjr apactal poattioa.
Caab should aaeampaa ardar wbara
party la unsnowa ta buatnaaa office af
Lael advertising s( lacaJ advartteas
"treua advartlala and apeeial traaatsat
tdvsrttsta at Mo to too aa Inch, aooord
m to apactal eondittana gorernlnaj tba
"Fire Sale" aad Bankrupt Bala'
teamen ta Be Inch flrat Insartioa; add!
Jonal laaartkms aa ma mattar Sac Inch.
News Items and arall written arttalas
af mMit. - with Interest to local readers,
will be gladly accepted. Rejected aiaau-
aortpts aevar returaad tialeea
taa by su.moa to prepay postal
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
" Any. 19 In American History.
1.300-James Lenox, philanthropist.
founder of the Lenox library la
'-' New Tork city, born: died 188a
- All Famous flgbt between the Unit
ed Stare frigate Constitution (Old
' Ironsides) and th Guerrier.
1887 AJ v. n Clark, celebrated maker
of telescope, died: born 1908.
(From noon today to noon tomorrow.)
Pan aeta A:49. rise 5:11: moon rise
1255 a. m.: planet Hfrmrf still rtsi
We, setting shortly aftw tbe sun: S a
m.. planet Venn at aphelion, farthest
from the ran.
The Wider Distribution of Wealth.
Through a series of questlona ad
dressed to varioua corporations as to
tbe number of stockholders in their
lists the Wall Street journal has been
; informed by 154 of these corporations
that the gain in stockholders is about
17S per cent since 1901 and 75 per
cent since 1906.
In the International Han ester Co.
' the number of stockholders baa In
creased 1,267 per cent In tne past
five years. The gain In the Western
' Union baa been In the same period
, 32.8. The Westlnghouae lectrlc and
Manufacturing Co. shows a gain In
cent since 1901. In 1906 tb Ana
. con da Copper Co. bad only 900 stock
holders. The number has ncreased
to 11,460 in 1911. The share holders
of 109 companies numbered 161,493 In
have Increased to 699,510.
These figure prove wider distribu
tion of wealth than heretofore and
explain why prices no longer fluct
uate through the big range they once
did. They are also evidence of In
creased sense of responsibility in the
management of the great corpora
tions. Wireless Valuable To Cavalry.
Expenmenta In the army manoeuv
re In Texas have demonstrated that
wireiess teiegrapny nas enormously
increased tbe value of tbe cavalry
arm of the service. 4 . HAY (Buylng.j Timothy- $18 - to
Th signal mm. W Ho.. .ni!17: clovef 9 to 1 10; oat hay, best,
extremely light and portable wireless
: apparatus easily carried on the back
of a horse and capable of being put
Into operation from any point In the
field within a few minutes. Message
could be reliably received when tb
cavalry detachment was anywhere
within tweiiy-flv miles of a receiv
ing station, a fact which added great
ly to the value of the cavalry in Us
scouting capacity. m A lignt, collaps
ible Rteel mast not much larger than
a fishing tod, served to supportt the 1
antennae essential to establish com
munication. On land or sea, In peace or in war,
wireless telegraphy is destined
Time Has Arrived For
China to Wake Up
In Ten Years the World Will Hear
' From Her
By LIANG TUNG YEN.
niN is jrut waking up
BILITIES. She needs
saw recently at Niagara
V f fortunes locked in her mines and of the advantages of
pushing her railroads through the sealed forests of ber land.
EDUCATION will be China's SALVATION. When she has
cultivated. farmers, engineers, merchants and business men then she
will bogin to realize her possibilities, and our Chinese Rockeellers
and Carnegie will begin to SPRING UP out of what is at present
THERE , WILL BE GOOD ' TIDINGS MAYBE ' LOFTY DEPARTMENT
TO RE a OF A HUNDRED B TORIES AND GREAT IRON MONSTER
LASHING THEIR STEEL TICS 'OR MILES UNDERGROUND.
prov on o( tb
greatest of hu-
DEAL IS MADE TOR
HOPS AT 45 CENTS
Tba flrat transaction In tbe bop
market on the Pacific Coast at 45c a
pound at nee tb famous collar year,
wr closed in Portland by McNeff
Brother, 100.000 pound or BOO bales
being taken at tb record figure.
Tb deal waa mad In tb Willa
mette Valley, but tb names of tbe
grower will b withheld br the buy
er until all paper ar signed, which
will probably be don today.
This makea tb McNeff Brothers
first In tb market In tb Northwest
sine tb market went lo X&c. At
that figur tbey purchased the Moxee
Company lot, of which Graham Hell
la the principal owner. Tbe firm like
wise waa tb first to pay soc. 3 sc. c
and iM. respectively, in tnia section.
Tb market for bop la firmer as a
result ' of the continuance of dry
weather on the continent, and tbe
likelihood that the crop will show a
further decrease. Similar advice
com from England.
n . iv-..l.lMnrAM ,. t, at
the crop there is In good shape. withfW. W-Given
general estimates between 20,000 ana
Are you a subscriber lo tb Morn
ing Enterprise? If not yon ahould call
and let u put your nsrae on the sub
script Ion list Immediately.
HIDES (Buying Green bides, 5e
to Cc; eadters, 5Ho to 6Hc; dry bides,
12c to 14c Sheep pelu, 25c to 75c
DRIED FRUITS Local pricea are
firm at from 8c to 10c on apple and
prunes. teache are lo.
SALT Selling 50c to 90c tor fin.
50 lb. aack. half ground 40c; 75 for
100 lb. sacks.
Portland Vegetable Maekets.
SACK VEGETABLES Carrots,
$1.256 $1-50 per sack; parantp. $1.25
$1.50; turnips, 1.25$1.50; beeta,
VEGETABLES Asparaxui, 90cO
$1.75 per crate; rabbage, new. $ per
hundred weight; cauliflower, $L0
$1.75 per dozen;' celery, California, 75c
fi90c per dozen; cucumbers, $ 1.50
$2.25 per dozen; eggplant. 15c per lb.;
garlic, loc12c per pound; lettuce,
50c per dv)sen; hotbouaej lettuce, $1.60
(t $3 per box; peas, 9cQllc per
poind; peppers, 30e35c per pound;
radishes, 15c per dozen; rhubarb, 2ttc
3c per pound; sprouts, 9c; tomatoes,
ONIGNSJobblng prices; Oregon
$2.75 per 100: Australian, $3.50 per
100; Texas, $2.25 per crate: Califor
nia, $2 per crate
Oregon City Stock Quotation.
HOGS Hogs are quoted ttc lower.
From 125 lbs. to 150 lbs. 9e, from
150 lbs. to 200 lbs. 8 He.
BACON. LAKD aud HAM. are firm
VEAL CALVES veal calve ortng
from 8c to loc according to grade.
BEEF STEERS Bee! wteer for
tbe local markets ar fetching SVic to
CViC live aeiKDt.
SHEEP r nrm at c to 5c live
Quotations ror Oregon City,
POTATOES Best, Buying 1H cents
FIXJUR AND FEED Flour Is
steady, selling from $5 to $5.30; very
little of cheaper grades.
OATS (Buyng) Gray. $23 to $24,
white, from $25 to $26.
BUTTER (Buying? Ordinary
country bring from 15c to 20c,
fancy dairy from 20c to 22c. cream
ery 22c to Z6c.
EGGS Best grade 25 cent.
PO ULT RT-;(Buyint -Firm-wit hUt
tie good stock offered. Good ben are
bringing 12c. Old roosters are In poor
demand, broilers bring from 16c to 18c,
with good demand.
WOOL (Buy:ug) Vool price are
ranging from 14 to 17 cent.
FEED Short $29 to $30; rolled
barley, $31.50 Jo $32.50; process bar
ley, $33.00; whole corn, $39.00;
$40.00; wheat $32.00
oil meal, $53: Shady Brook
dairy feed, $1.25 per hundred pounds.
112: mixed. 110 tn 119- alfalfa tie tn
REAL E8TATE TRANSFERS.
Mary J. Martin and H A. Martin
to Mary E. Robinson, land In D. L. C.
of Anson Cone, township 3 south,
range 1 west; $10.
John A. Stoll and Anna Stoll to T.
E. Dodson, 18 1-3 acres of section 1,
township 2 south, range 2 east;
Mary Brink to the Church of God,
1-2 acre of section 31, township 2
south, range 1 east; $1.
Marietta Realty Company to George
Hubcr, 120 acres of section 14, town
ship 0 south, rang 2 east; $1,200.
Samuel and Elmlre Elmer to Clack
amas County, , land in section 20.
township 4 south, rang 3 east; $1.
Minister of Foreign Affair
to ber COMMERCIAL POSSI
factories and machinery, such as I
Falls. She does not dream of the
WILL HEAR FROM CHINA, AND
MORNINO ENTERPRISE. SATURDAY. AUOUST
EXPENDITURE ON COUNTY ROAOS
FOR THE MONTH OF JULY.
District No. 1.
Ed. Koebel ,
J. A. Mitt
C G. Hoffman ...
R. WUaon ;,
S. S. Glpol.J..
C. D. KeesUng-e,
J. K. Well ......
J. B. Mitts
8. II. Kaufman . .
District No. 2.
District No, 28.
Geo. N. Wllto
L, D. Shank
S. S. Miller
J. J. Taylor
Carl Potwtn .............
. . 18.36
. . 74.77
. . 13.00
. . 6.00
. . 10.00
. . 2.00
. . ' t.00
. . 2.00
. . t.00
. . 1.00
D. A. Neff ...
Geo. E. Ogteaby
Carlton A Rosenkran . ...
District No. 29.
. . 43.00
. ; 15.00
. . 27.00
. . 23.00
. . 2.00
Spauldlng Lumber Co. . .
. . 6.30
Close ft Linton 83.50
District No. 30.
Glenmoirt Quarry Co $53.80
East Side Mill ft Lumber Co.. . 16.25
F. E. Davidson 33.50
A. J. Davidson 19.25
Wm. Dyer 6.75
A. McVay 4.50
C. Austin ... . 1.00
(To be continued )
EXPECTED IN FALL
CHICAGO, Aug. 18. (Special).
Preparations are being made by West
ern railroads to handle an unprece
dented movement of landseekers to
Uhe Pacific Coast states this fall. Spec
ial colonist rates are in effect from
September 15 to October 15. These
rates are usually made twice a year.
in tbe spring and in tbe fall, and
range from $33 from Chicago to $25
from the Missouri River, for one-way
Durinr the colonist movement In
the spring nearly 90,000 people travel
ed to the Coast, according to est!
mates. Present prospects are that
the movement this fall will even ex
ceed that number.
WIFE, SUING, CALLS
Nora Lewis ba filed a suit for di
vorce cgalnst Roy T. Lewis to whom
she was married October 26, 1906, in
Colorado. Mrs. Lewis alleges feather
husband Is of a Jealous disposition
and became angered if she even spoke
to another man. She asserts that he
annoys find latfcety aecu'CT herr-anit
constantly finds fault with her. When
ever she goes on the streets he thinks
It is to meet men, she alleges. They
lived In Portland for the past year,
and Mrs. Lewi say that her hus
band, when be returned borne, would
make a thorough examination of the
house to see If tbe window shades
had been changed. She says ha often
accused her falsely of Inviting men
to call at. ber apartment, during his
absence, and tht she could stand no
Mrs. Lewis' nam before marrying
waa Nora Brown, and this flame she
has asked to resume. Her attorney
Is O. E. Hayes.
NEW WELL AT STONE
The recent accident at tbe Stone
Oil well, which necessitated the aban
donment of that well, bas not dis
mayed th promoter of th enter
prise, and, at a meeting of stockhold
er held in this city Friday afternoon,
It was decided to start work at an
other place. The loss of a drill in the
well render It impossible to continue
tbe work there at a reasonable ex
pense, and It Is conaldered a better
plan to start tb driving of a new on.
Stockholder, who attended th meet
ing, were enthusiastlo over tb pros
pect of eventually obtaining a large
flow of both oil and gas, and each on
subscribed $25 to be used In continu
ing th work. A resolution appealing
to all stockholder to contribute a
like amount waa adopted, and there
is little question that the money nec
essary will be raised. Encouraging
flow of gas and oil have been en
countered, and there I every reason
to believe that with a little patience
both will b found in paying quanti
ties. All machinery necessary for tn
drilling of a new well Is on tb
ground, and It will cost bnt little to
mov It to another place. Mr. Harris,
who, has been la charge of the drill
ing, 'l so encouraged over th pros
pect that h ba agreed to tak one
fourth of hi salary In stock If th
new well Is sunk. H says tbe form
ations ar th same a those found in
th wells In California and Texas
where oil In amazing quantities baa
DOG KtlOVS MEANING
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 18. (Spec
ial). Can a dog tell green from red
when displayed on a switch alongside
the track of a railroad, uud can it
learn th significance and Importance
of th green and rd Unsls as ap
plied to railroading? II. W. Sherman,
superintendent of th 8norameuto di
vision of th Southern IVclflc Com
pany, says that It can, ami Sheridan
ba a mas of evidence to prove hi
e3herldan obtained bis evt.lciuv re
cently whll conducting an '!'m'
test about 100 mile north ' ,Siurn"
mento, Cal. With several aaslftant
he changed th light 011 "'
u.iiua frnm arwn to red. Hi''" wall
ed to see If th crew of the next train
would observ th wrong hkui
stop th train before It ieach-d' the
The dog began to bark a
tbe red light wa shown la pl."e,
th green. It ran around the "If-mil
for several minute ann tn-m
quarter c' the aeriioii lorrm.....
half mile away. Shor'lv alter ihe
foreman appeared with a ! 'i," ,,nH
a shotgun, led by th dug. nd Sheri
dan and his assistants haa s umin-..n
time in explaining -the-red-lltUU to
the satisfaction of both the S
its master. -
These efficiency tests arc emmu. i
ed throughout the year f! the pur
nnua of keeDlnc train nnd eiiKlnman
on the alert. After a crew has run
over the same line day niter uay
without mishao. they. In common with
other morula, are likely to become
careless and fall to obiterve danger
aimal at a critical moment. Such an
oversight I fraught with -d.niger A hat
. as i I, nf It a
1 mnii as on ftnuaaer 10 mm "i " -
.A.A Utfai. mlirht tiff unuffod Ollt til
th twiukl of an eye Fhmld n-tram
or englnman fall to observe a f i?n 11.
To guard against such a o.hiltmency
th Southern Pacific Company !u,s il
ofriniAnrv trsta. ranc na iniin tne
ohansins of the color of nitwit llhi
and extinguishing lights eitlrely to
placing fuse and torpedi.tM m the
trsck. Failure to observe any of
tbe signals mean most a.-vete dis
cipline for tb offender. l-at year
tha Southern Pacific made ".''C'i of
those testa and only in 41 . fisei dl.l
tb crew fall to observe the Klsniil.
giving a percentage of 99 poi.Vct.
Tha dot that caused Sheridan's
temporary discomfiture, knows the
significance of every light, accordinn
to the section foreman owning It, und
walks a certain stretch of Hack every
day with Its master. It s possib'e
that the animal could be Rent out
along tbe track alone and would le
competent to report a light out alti
getber. or at least the .rong one
burning." - .
BALL TO BE GIVEN
A grand ball will be given hy the
Contest Department of the Morning
Enterprise In honor of the candidate
In the popular voting contest, on the
night of Wednesday. August 23., In
vitations are being Issued upon re
nuest of the several entrants and
those who are fortunate enough to be
Invited should not fall to be present. as
a most enjovable evening Is in store
for them. Busch s Hall ba been en
gaged for tbe occasion.
Candidate will be the guests of the
Contest Management on that nlni
and a banquet Is to he tendered them
after the dance at "Tb Falls.
A china shower waa tendered Miss
May Burpess. daughter of Mrs. James
Burgess, of Clackamas Heights
Thurrdey In honor of her approach
ing nwrrtaue-to J.- H.-farother,-
promlnent young farmer of Clackamas
Heights. A most enjoyable time was
pent, and refreshments wore serve
Those nresent. were Mrs. J. W. Mc
Anulty, Mr. C. Deford, Mrs. A. Rlt
tenhouse, Mrs. C. Smith, Mrs. M. I
Shortledge. MVs. Anna Crawiord, Mrs.
Ida Rlttenhouae, Mrs. Carrie Moore.
M's. A. S. Brown, Mr. Retta Lelter
Mrs. Mann. Mrs. Bertha 8hortlidg,
Mrs. Burgess, Miss Ethel Mann, Miss
Llnnle Brown, Miss Mario Burgess,
Miss Alice 8cherzonger, Miss Dorothy
Burgess. Miss Helenne Crawford, Mlsa
Marjorle Rlttenhoue, Mis Hazel
Smith. Miss Viola Smith, Miss Lillli
Smith. Hugh Crawford, lumen Bur
gess and Donald Burgess.
HAWLEY TO HAKE
TOUR OF DISTRICT
WASHINGTON, D. C, Aug. 18.
(8peclal), The special esslon of
Congress being near to a close, Con
gressman Willi C. Hawley Is making
preparation to make a cl-a survey
of hi congressional district during
the recess so as to accurately present
It needs during thd regular session
whicb meets In December. This ses
sion will be the one In which appro
priation will probably be mad for
th Improvement of the vers and
harbors of the atate, the item of most
importance to Oregon, and also ap
propriation for the nnrchas of sites
and erection of publlo buildings. It
bas been Mr. Hawley'S custom to
carefully acquaint himself by personal
Inspection of tb need of tb various
localities and be annually make - a
tour of hi district with this end in
view. Th Information obtained In
this way enables htm to present clear
ly and understanding the require
ments of his constituents.
This year he ha mad an Innova
tion In hi nsnal cnatom of touring
the district by himself and now plans
to secure the presence of at least on
member of th commltte on River
and Harbor of th Hbus of Repre
sentative to accompany him and view
personally tb principal waterway of
the Stat, mis is vry important, as
very appropriation ' mad for the
benefit of an Oregon waterway must
be anoroved by this commltte and It
I Is her that bill making such appro-
prlatlon originate. Accordingly ar.
Ilawley wrot an urgnt Invitation to
the chairman and mmbr of the
commltte on River. Hirbor. of
th Ilous. of Rprentatlvea extend
"g a cordial Invitation to visit Ore
gon during th fall and personally
Z... ,i,. rl..r and harbor Improve-
mem now blng made in the stale, j
...a reaiieatlnc ihst If not
' - . ,. - ..- In
practlrabl for tire run c "r"'"'T. '
n,K-ept of th Invltallon thai Hon. ll
llam K. Humphreys, a representative
from Washington and s m.n who ha
t l times been friendly to lh de
velopment of Oregon, ne wnnj -aa
a aub-commltt to make
th Inspection on behalf of th com
Mr Hawlev reqneot h been im
plied' with, as Indicated hy I lie follow
letter rrom nn i"':i,""
Sparkman. of Florida, wn.i ia
man of the committee, and tht. Inrec
tlon will probably le maU about Or
toUr or November: ,
I have vours of the 7th liixtnnl and
note your kind Invitation t- the com
mittee on Rivers and H-l lo vla't
the atate of Oregon and Aspect tne
river and barbor Improvements nw
being made In that atate. for which I
wish to thank you. both on benalf or
myself and of Ihe committee. 1 note
hIko your request that If It Is not po
sible for the entire committee to go
that a subcommittee be designated
for tht purpose consisting or on- -more
members, and that Mr. . I.
Humphrevs. who reside in Seattle
. anthnrlre.f lo make the InmiecMon
on behalf of the committee. . This has
been done and If any oih.r memoer
of Ihe committee can accompany hltn
thev will no doubt be glad to do so
"Thanking you again for 'he kind
Invitation, I am., .
"Yours verv truly.
S. M. SPARKMAN. Chairman."
HOLD - FINE PICNIC
. The nlcnlc aiven at th. Schnoor
Park Thursday by the Women of
Woodcraft waa a most delightful f
fair, and was sttended by the mem
bcrs of the order and their families
The day was spent In games, and a
baxket dinner was served. There were
more than 10 women and children
present. Seventy-five ant : n at the
first table. Mrs, Addle Ely won flirt
urine in a picture-guessing rontesi
The photo were of men of this rlty.
who had been candidates -for office on
various occasions. . Mrs. Nsthe won
first nrlxe In a clothes-pinning contest
pinning three doiren clothes on a line
In one minute and raiting for more
Panclng was one of the features of
Ihe afternoon. The picnic was rrom
10-to 5 o'clock.
Wants, For Sale, Etc
Nation aadar tbasa rlaaalfla haadmct
a li ir inaeMrd si una c-nl a wurO flrat
naartion. half, cn arisittuaal marr
luma. iim Inch car. II aar noati. ai'
Inch car. nnaai i par mnath
Cash muat accoaipssy ordar unl.aa am
i.tm an upn account with tha paia'. N
ilaanciai raponatbllliy l arrnra, a-art
riira uc ur fiaa eurrrtr aoilce will a
tililrd for pa Iron Minimum ttisiss lac
WANTED-Collenor to see my col
it-rtlon of all sorts of curios, an
tiques, and Indian trinkets; stamps
for stamp collectors; coins for
numismatists, arrow-heads for arch
eulogists, etc. I buy and sell all
sorts of curios; also all kinds of
second-hand furniture and tools.
George Young, Main, near Fifth
WANTi-i. - buiaii ad vrtiaements fo
this col'iran. Pi-lcaa ry reuaot.
aide, bee rates at head of roi-iron
. Kead the Morning Knterprlsx.
WANTED You to knuw that the K11
ti-rprlse Job printing department Is
the most complete in tn Htato
uiiiaiue rorunnci. rry it for youi
WANTED tjlrl for general house
work. Call at store one door north
of First National Hank, or opposite
".Mr. 1, in or woman for gen
eral nousework, good wagis ami
permnnent place In small family
at romana; mum be experienced.
Apply Gin East Salmon street
Portland, or at Enterprise offfte,
FOR SALE Space in this column
en .t... ..1.1 .
" "' uiu piow or narrow; yon
don't use It since , you purchased
jour new one.
run BAi.r, rive room r.ottagc, elec
tric lights, hot anil cold water
basement, on the bill, ceutral one
block from bluff. This is a bar
gain for $1,400. Inquire or write
301 Third street, Oregon Cily.
FARM LOANS Dim I ok Ulinlck
Uwyers, Oregon City, or.
EBY. Atiornev-st.tw u....
loansd. abstracu furnished, land
titles examined, estates settlodi gan
eral law buslnes.. Over lisnk si
Oregon City. " '
U REN A SCHUEBEU Attorney.-.,
Law Deutscher advokat. will pr.
tic In all courts, m.k eoilectio,
and settlement. OffC9 n c,..
prls Bldg., Oregon Cltv. Oregon.
BUILDER AND COvtacT0tV
HARRT JONE8-Bu.ldr ,nd O.n.r..
Ctr.ctor. E.tlmi, chn
CjT.n on das... 0f bulldm,
r'k;.?""Cr' ! V."" reiaforeJ
na. rnon Mai m.
COOPER. For nr. In.,,,...-
........ v.117. uregon. -
CITY NOTICES, 'f
TOU OITflHT Tn
cult,vat: ho,,Mf barn 'm i
Hope, south .a; ;
road just sold for fm rZZ
Tim tr . .. A .
Popl who carry alt their ah sruod with thsm uim u
The, who deposit rgularly In this .auk lnra 0 en
,..h assets but build a aubstantlal rdlt ala,
. Wsh noes furthest whn supplemented by Good Credit,
Dsposit your aash and build your ordlt at
The Bank of Oregon City
OLDEST BARK W THE COUNTY
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of OREGON CITY , OREGON
1 rana-cta s ! afisle Bul
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Thls-seHs for $75. Some cash, b-l-ance'eaiy
terms. Inquire lin Mcl
drum. Oregon City.
rf'' -" "summons.
IN THE CIRCUIT couai ur--in
STATE OF OREGON run
Kttli. .t Males, Pliilntltf, vs. Albert J.
To Albert J (Mwlea, erendnt:
In the name of the State of Or
g..n, von re hereby required to ap
pear nnd answer the complaint filed
ohiiiii, Hi-. 11 . .
For a decree dlssolvlug, annulling
inilK ttttiLsslile the marriage con
tract now and nerefofore exislIOE
between plaintiff and defendant.
This summons Is published by or-
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iier or 11011. j. 1 . 1 sini"""'.
- Ihe suld Circuit (Murt which order
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was mane ami rnirmi mi mw
day of July. 1S11 First publication
to be made July 2'.'nd; 1I1.
WIIKKUH'K A WII.IJ AMS.
Attorneys for plaintiff.
Notice to Properly Owc.tr on Taylor
To Edward Niittall. Kri'tk Tavlor.
IV Hatitlitli. (' S. Knge. H. F.
IJnn, John Fiiirelough. Matilda I.
Shumwai, Thomas Siaben. (Maul
Adams. J W Moffaitrn " Y. Free
- limn and M uid Freeman. ( . F. tiot.t
berg. Mury Kellogg, U (i. Flagler
and E. M. Flagler. M r I'rlndle.
heirs of Shortlldge. Frjncls Kel
logg, Fred (Jaugar, My re. Ilondtr
son. S I' Ii.ivIk.
You and i-ai h of mu Me hereby
notified that the undersigned of (be
been r.plHiliitrd aprsl.-r of the
proM-tty hervltiufler des'-rllied lying
mi Taylor street, Oregon City, Ore
gon,, end siilijct to iiSHrsmnetit for
ihe Improvement of said Taylor
ktreei und that tlie ulidei -Igned will
11.n l hi the Inti-t m-i tlun of Seventh
and Taylor street 5 on th' :iih day
of August at I o'clock p. m. for the
plirixise of vi.-wlug s.iUI . (iroperly
slid t-silmutitig the vnlne thereof,
and Ibiajilne In to he used as a
basis iiimiii which to eiilmnte the
proportion of the cost o the Im
provement of suld Taylor street as
the same Is How being Improved.
That Tom Kalidall, John Itlttner
and ( i. Kliy were beietofore s
pointed to in.ikf this ippralseineiit
and they Willi the Cl'v Knglmer
const'lnte the committee for that
The pioperly, upon which the
value is lo be fixed uii'l the owners
thereof are us follows, ti wtl;
lt fi. block 44. Com.iiv uddllioii
to Oregon City, Edward Nuttall.
Ixit ;. idix'k 44, Coiin'y ailillilon
to Otegon City, l-rdwaid Nuttall.
It 7. lilM-k 44, Coiinlv addition
to Oregon City. Flank Taylor.
Uit H. block 41, t'ouii'y 11 dill tlon
to Oregon Cily, Frank 'Color.
!t I. blix-k 4:1. 'onir addition
to Oregon Cltv, Mary ('. Uandall.
l-ot 2 block 4:!, Coitnlv addition
to Oregon citv, Mary P. Randall.
Il :i. bbsk 4:', Pu,ity addition
to Oregon Pity, Marv P. It ind.ill.
ai 4, block 41, Pouiiiv addition
to Qrimua-J.'My, Mary P 4taolHU
l't 1. block 42. Pounlr ikI.IIII.iii
tft Oreuon Pity, P. S. Fnge.
Ut 2. block 4., Ponni nddlllon
to On gon Pltv. 11. F. I. Inn
It .1. block 4."., west' rly f.l)
t ouniy Addition to (lie 011
I.of n, block 4."., easleilv r,(
louniy addition ( Oni-cn
Matilda J Shimwav.
l't I, blink 4a, easterly SO
Pountv addilloii tn Oregon
Matlliia .1. Sliumway.
ld 4, Mock 4!, westerly r.O
County addition lo Oiec.n
l-ot fi, block 4R. County addition
to Oregon City, Thomas Siaben.
Lot 7, blrrk 45. Count nddlllon
to Oregon Pity, (Taud Adams.
l-ot 8, Mock 4T., Coni.tv addition
to Oregon City. J. W. Molfatt
N)t fi, block ::fl, Petitnl addition
t" Oregon Cily, II. F. Freeman and
l-oi 7, block -ifi
lo Oregon City, (
I-nt 8. block ?.e.
. F. (ioltberir
. ' ' ' 'I Hilt
to Oregon Pity, Mnrv Kelloue
."-' . .
Hit, on or oeir
September. 1911. said date being th
expiration of six weeks from th
flrt iiiblcailon of this summons,
and if you fall to appear nd answer
K.i!d rompl ilnt. for want thereof th
plaintiff apply to the t'outt for
the relief prayed for In her com-
- - . at... tit.l ilnv III
Ixt ft, block m. Central addition
to Oregon City, r. (i. Flagler
tst 10, block Sfi. Central addition
r m'K" !'My- H rlHK,,'r
K. M. Flagler.
Iit 5. block Peptrii nddlllon
to Oregon pity. M F. I'rlndle.
!t 8. Mock 3r. Central addition
to Oregon City, Mary Kellogg.
Lot fi. block :!4. Central addition
lil l H"'r" Shonlldge.
to Oregon city, Francis Kellogg.
to Oregon City. Mary Kellogg.
IM 2. block 1, Beatlo' addition
l?:T'V,C"jr' MBr' Krl.ogg ,0"
to oLJ:,b nf 2- nft' s ddltlon
It J, block 2, Restl,'. addition
Jn reRon r. Myr. n. Hender-
Lot 3, block 2, Beatle'g addition
Jo Oregon City, Myr. n. Hender-
... JOHN BITTNETt
JOHN W. LODER,
O. D. ERT,
C 8. NOBLE,
Uvea trm A. M. is f , B
r.sr Tat- r'.y r- n-jt.;
Cor. Vaughn and Twenty-fourth $
August 14, IB, 18 17, IS. 11, ft),
Game Bgln Wkd.yi at $ , ,
Sunday, 2;io p. m.
LADIES' DAY PRIDAY.
Boys UaV 18 FT to bletrtan
l kLiGHT RUNNING
Ifyeai wsat Hther a Vlhratlns Hhuiil. geu
tlUuUlaor aiula1 hr.-.l ,
Mawlu MaHilur erllaie
TNI If I0MI SIWIIB MaCNIH tlatUI
Maar atvtaa aiart.1. ar a... 1. 1 wllfwIWa
auaUijr, aal tba w llama . a rm
thia asaraanr am him
14 ky SMilBarlse4 Saalers eel,
sua ma it
W. L. MARSHALL,
850 Morrison St PortlssiOt
Buy a Home
10O down and $12 a a"
takes thl eomforiable sli-rooa
bouse and lot. Ilous is wire
fof. electricity. IM 62ilOS fa
Bom fruit on plsce. Wsll
E. P. Elliott and Sen
7tb and Main fits., by 8uip
w t i
w m 1 v ntnnni
for tb arrest sn-t convlctlosj;
of any person or persons, '
unlawfully remov copies of TM
Morning Enterprls from
premises of lubscrlberi "'
paper baa been placed thert 17'
I UA.ai.UA SITERPRIU,
Is on sat at the following W",
' Main Street. ,
- J, W. McAnulty-Clssri
Seventh and Main.
Main near Sixth.
M. K. Dunn Confectloo7
Net door to P. 0.
City Drug 80rt
Seventh and X Q Adam
A Straight Bluesteo
Every Back .
Sample Back Fr.
Sol Agent for .
Korract Poultry Food. -
JIltH AND MAINST
I r?TABl SlaSslA1
Rad tb Morning StctsfP