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OREGON CITY, OREGON
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; CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
THE MORNING ENTERPRISE
U on said kt tha following a tores d
- Huntley Bros. Drugs e
Main Street. e)
J. W. McAnulty Cigars
' Seventh and Main. -
Secreat Confectionary d
4- - Main near Sixth. d
M. E. Dunn Confectionery''
- Next door to P. O.
- City Drag Store
Schoenborn Confectionery d
i.' Seventh and .1 Q. Adams.
Sept, 16 In American History.
1825 Lodua. Qulntos Clnclnnatus La
roar, statesman and Jurist, born:
1885 The Puritan. American yacht.
defeated England la race for the
l'JOl-Btste funeral for William Mo
Klnley st rspitol In Wsshlngton.
' ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS.
(From jsoon today to noon tomorrow.).
8nn sets 6.-04. rtwa 833: moon rises'
1120 p. tn,: moon st perUree. nearest
earth, distant nille: moon
'farthest north and bignefS. ,
NATIONAL HIGHWAY PLAN.
The bill of Senator Cullom for a
.comprehensive system of national
. highways is receiving the attention
that It deserves from the press of the
, The plan of the senator is to make
Washington the hub of a great wheel
from which radiate seven national
, highways. ,
He proposes that these shall ter
minate In Portland, Me., Buffalo, N.
Yv Seattle, Wash, San Francisco,
Cal Austin, Texas, and Miami, la.
The proposition further is to name
them, respectively-. "Washlngtop
National Highway,'' "Roosevelt Na
tional Highway," "Lincoln National
Highway." "Jefferson National Hlgh-
"wr "Grant National Highway,"
"Monroe National Highway," "Lee
" National Highway."
The estimated cost of these seven
highways Is $148,000,000. Senator
. Cullom would raise the money by
Issuing bonds to cover the cost of
construction, and after their comple
tion maintain the roads by collection
Tha covnrnora of vartnua atnfoa
have endorsed the Cullom bill but Its
advocates are not very hopeful of
its . pssslng. There seems to
be a feeling In Congress
gross that the subject of road con
structton is matter for the considera
tion of local authorities snd that suit
able action by these authorities would
obviate necessity for the suggestion
of the Cullom measure.
. 1 . .
The sixth annual convention of the
Lakes-tu-the-Gulf Deep Waterway As-
fabOl m t f fin wll Km h A 11 In la orst f.
, tober 12, to 14 and the members are
'this year showing more of a spirit of
. determination than ever.
A bulletin Issued by the assocla-
i-BtKtesrhat B5 Irangportallon
cost In this country averages $150 a
t family annually, one-third of the aver
age cost of living In the Middle
West (he transportation problem Is
a practically vital one. The tonnage
of the Sault Ste. Marie canal Is three
times that of the Sues Canal. ' This
enables one to see very plainly how
' (he promoters of the deep waterway
project which would make a continu
ous channel from the Great Lakes to
the Gulf are prompted to assert that
the undertaking will equal the Pana
ma Canal In commercial Importance.
A continuous seaboard available for
world commerce through the great
producing center of the country Is the
meaning of an Inland series of water
ways from New York' harbor, to the
Gulf of Mexico.
It Is consoling to reflect that there
Is nothing to compel as to resd Poo
llow , unreasonable) some women
are, to be sure. Here's one In Penn 1
ylvania who wants a divorce be
cause her husband criticised her
Exaggerated ego and dementia Am
ericana were conspicuously absent In
th Beattle case. . ,
Aa exchange says that what this
sad world needs Is a machine that
will lay eggs like ay hen. But with
mor speed, let's hope.
Doc Cook Is going to discover the
Pole once more this time In Europe.
Eastern Clackamas county Is de
veloping fast. The good roads move
ment Is working there and many new
Improvements are reported.
Clackamas county peaches have, at
tracted much attention at the State
Fair. Why not? There is no better
soil In the state than in this county.
Oregon City Is experiencing the
dawn of a new era. Railroads, high
way improvements, canal and locks
around the Falls of the Willamette
all point to a great future.
An agressive campaign now ;-to
bring new Industries to Oregon City
will sdd impetus to the development
.. The Clackamas river Is to be the
southern limit' of Portland according
(o the "City Beautiful" plans as sug
gested by Civic Architect Bennett.
Oregon City will cross the Clackamas
to meet Portland before that time,
MOLT HOOD LINE 18
BIG AID TO PORTLAND
An entirely new produoe district
has been given Portland by the open
ing up for freight and express of the
Mount Hood railroad. v
Shipments are beginning to arrive
from the district, Friday's deliveries
of prunes being very heavy, ""UhiAL8.mnfW
fruit was generslly of. good quality. ) . .... nnrf fnr
i BS-opeomg t ma awn. """ -
hereafter the producers of that sec
tlon will have access to the best mar
kets In the country and produce will
likely show better supplies In the
trade lp- Portland.
Thai Mount' Hood section traversed
by the railroad line has produced the
best potatoes ever sold In Portland,
but owing to the difficulties of trans
portation In previous years the sup
plies that came forward have been
nominal to what may be expected
during future seasons.
The district has likewise sent for
ward selected fruit While this gen
erally arrives later than from nearer
districts it generally finds a favora
ble market because other sections
have been cleaned- up.
HIDES (Buying Oreen hides, 6c
to 6c; salters, Jc to 6M1C; dry hides,
12c to 14c. Sheep pelts, 25c to 75c
DRIED FRUITS txcal prices are
Arm at from 8c to tOc on apples snd
prunes. Reaches are 19c.
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IP C0NQRE8S AND THE PRESIDENT WILL ONLY RECOGNIZE
THAT INDUSTRIAL CONDITIONS HAVE BEEN REVOLU
TIONIZED IN TWENTY YEARS AND INSTEAD OP RIQ0R
1 OU8LY ENFORCING ANCIENT AND ARCHAIC LAWS MAKE
A CALM, DISPASSIONATE, 1 CONSERVATIVE STUDY OF PRESENT
PROBLEMS THROUGH A COMMISSION, PROSPERITY' COULD BE
RESTORED TO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE N LITTLE MORE THAN
A YEAR. " ,
The UNDERLYING, basic fact in seeking for the cause of the
present dulT period of business is
eogntry has DEVOTED itself
PRODUCERS and totally IGNORED THE CONSUMER.
What we MUST SEEK is a CALM MLDDLE GROUND.
When the Sherman law .was passed eighteen or twenty years ago it
was to meet certain conditions then existing, like the small criminal
combinations to- limit production and fix prices. . f
Since that' time conditions hare arisen which the framcrs of the
Sherman anti-trust legislation could not possibly hare foreseen and
for which their laws are TOTALLY INAPPLICABLE. Now, in
stead of RIGOROUSLY enforcing this ANCIENT and ARCIIAIC
LEGISLATION and keeping business disturbed I propose to have a
commission make a STUDY of the entire problem and completely
REWRITE the anti-trust legislation.
I would hare this commission 'study problems here and also take
counsel with Germany, England and France, the big industrial nations
of Europe, for we must recognize that this trust or combination ques
tion is INTERNATIONAL. Conditions are such that to pmiecute
our own combinations means that we simply give those ac.osa the
water the benefit
HOICKING) ENTERPRISE. SATURDAY. SEI'TEMHEU lti, 11
President Taft Plans to Visit
Mount Rainier on Western Trip
' J : 5 .
RESIDENT TAFT will become
the northwest, and ha will travel part of the way up Mount Rainier,
the lofty peak In the state of Washington east of Tacoma and near
Puset sound. Mount Rainier Is 8,000 feet higher than neighboring
peaks, and- it. has a total altitude of 14.360 feet. President Taft will not go
to Its summit, though the ascent Is fairly easy for a man In good physical
condition and ta made almost dally by parliaa during the lumniw. Mr. Ttft
will be taken above the dense Umber that encircles the base of the mountain
and to a p Int about 6.000 feet high, where there ore wonc'erfnl nlp!nt .mead
ows and dowers of unusual beauty and of surprising .-ibundunco. The Indlnns
called the mountain Takhoma. meaning "Big Snow." and the realnont of Ts
coma give that name to the snow covered peak, but officially It Is Rainier, that
name having been bestowed on the pes It by Admiral Gvorge Vancouver In
honor of Admiral Peter Rainier In 1720, when Admiral Vancouver discovered
Puget sound. .There sre twelve primary glaciers moving slowly down the
side of the gigantic mountain. One of them Is shown In the foreground of
the picture with the mountain's summit In the dintance. Rainier Is of vol
esnlc origin, but hss long been Inactive, though there are warm spots where
the snow melts even in the winter
o(nbT - aacks:
Portland Vegetable Markets.
SACK VEGETABLES Carrots,
$1.2SG$1.60 per sack; parsnips, $1.25
$1.60; turnips, $1.26O$1.&0; beets,
$1.50. . .
ONIONS Jobbing pricts; Oregon
$2.75 per 100: Australian, $3.60 per
100;- Texas, $2.25 per crate: Califor
nia, i per crate
Oregon City Stock buotatlens.
HOGS ojrs are quoted He -ower.
From 125 lbs. 10 150 lbs. J'r, from
150 lbs. to 200 lbs. 8Hc
BACON, LARD eiid HAM. are Arm.
.VEAL -CALVES Veal calves orlng
from sv; to tuc according to grade.
BEEF 8TEERS Beet steers for
the local markets are fetching SV4c to
6 '4 c livfc sretgbt.
SHEEP r nrtu st e to 5e live
' Quotarnn Tor oregen C't.
POTATOES Best, Buying IH cents
FliOTJR AND KKKl--Jrlonr ts
steady, selling from $5to $E 50; very
little of cheaper grades.
OATS (Buyng) Grsy. $23 to $24.
white, from $25 to $26.
BTTTT5R (Buying? Ordinary
No Prosperity X
So Long as
Laws of the
Pasl , j
Are In Effect
By Congressman MARTIN
W. LITTLETON of
Nw York '
that for FIFTEEN YEARS the
.!. .o -jS'F i v
wi;ir. ' . - ! ii t
a mountain climber during bis visit to
country brings from I5o to i&c,
fancy dairy from 20c to 12c, cresm
ery 22c to gSc. - ' ;
EGGS Best grade 25 cents.
POULTRY (Buying Firm with lit
tie good stock offered. Good hens are
bringing 12c. Old roosters sre In poor
demand, broilers bring from 16o to 13c
with good demand.
WOOL (Buya tfeol prices are
ranging from 14 to 17 cents.
FEED Shorts $29 to $30; roiled
barley, $31.60 to $32.50; process bar
ley, $33.00; whole corn, $39.00;
cracked corn, $40 00; wheat $32.00
to $33; oil meal, $53; Shady Brook
dairy feed, $1.25 per hundred pounds
HAT (Buying.) Timothy $16 to
$17; clover $9 to $10; oat hay, best,
$12; mixed. $10 to $12; alfalfa, $12 to
AMONG Tile CnURCHB
First Baptist Church Main and
Ninth streets; S. A. Hay worth, pas
tor. Preaching by tb pastor at 11
a. m. and 7:45 p. m. The Sunday
, school meets at 10 a. m., II. E.
Cross, superintendent. Christian
Endeavor at 8:30 p. m. All are wel
Catholic or. -water and Tenth Sta.
Rev. A. Hlllebrand pastor, res. 912
Water; Low Mass 8 a. m with ser
mon; High Mass 10:30 a. m.; af
ternoon service at 4; Mass every
morning at 8.
First Congregational Church. Morn
ing aervice at 10:30 o'clock. Eve
nlng service at 7:45 o'clock. Charles
Sumner Osgood, a graduate of Le-
' land Stanford University and the
Union Theological Seminary, New
York City, will occupy the pulpit
morning and evening (while ia
New York Mr. Osgood was asaln-
tant In Nehemlah Boynton's famous
church in Brooklyn. He has Just
returned from a two years' pastor
ate at Nome, Alaska. Mr. Osgood
-will speak In the morning on "The
Frontier Spirit in the Work of the
Kingdom of Ood," and In the eve
ning he will address the young peo
ple on "The Effectual Door."
First Church of Christ, Scientist.
Ninth and Center streets. Morning
service at 11. Wednesday evening
meeting at 8 o'clock. Reading room
open every afternoon except Sun
day from 2 to 4 o'clock.
Carman Evangelical for. ElyMh snd
Madison streets. Hav. Wlevcttck paa
lr. r-a. 711 Madin.n; S. H. Iw a. iu.,
Herman Schrader. Monroe street, supt.:
muinms rrY ice 11. yui'ng upli- at i
p. m. and preaching at I p. in. Frayer
meeting; Wedneaday at 7:10 p. ra.
Gladstone Christian Rev. A. H. Mul
key, pastor, res. Gladstone. Sun
day school 10 a. m., N. C. Hendricks,
suptertntendent. Morning service,
11 o'clock. Brotherhood services si
7:45. - ' ' I It
Mountain View Union (Cong.) 8. 8.
3 p. m... Mrs. J. 11. Qulnu, supt.;
uiuie-oiuu, -e.er -1 nuraoa j nuer-r
Methodist Eplscopsl Church ReV. E.
F- Zimmerman, pastor. Sunday
school at 9:4.5. Preaching by the
pastor at 10:45. Junior League at
3 p. m. Big Epworth League rally
at 6:45. Morning service, subject,
"The Gates of Sodom"; evening,
illustrated lecture, among the Can
nibals of the New llebrldles, seventy-five
' vivid pictures showing the
degenerate savage In his Ignorance
and misery and the .transformations
that were wrought In him by the
power of the gospel. Do not miss
the thrilling lecture.
First Presbyterian Church Revr J. R.
Landsborough, pastor. . Morning
worship at 11 Sunday school
at 10 o'clock, Mrs. W. C. Green, su
perintendent; Y. P. S. C. E., st 7
Parkpleee congr agawunsl Rev. J. L.
Jones pallor, rca. Clackamas s S. S. 10
a nv. Emrni Krenrh sunt.; prenohmg
services ' each Sunday, alternating b
I wren It a. m. and 7:S p. m Chrla
tlan Endeavor Thursday evening T:lt
St. Paul's Rev. C. W.. Robinson, reo
tor. Dally services: Mornlug pray-
a i a k4 A P ? 41 aa.
er, T a. m.; itoiy "" -m
, evaiilnf preyer. T:S0 o. m. Bun
day services; Holy Eucharist t a.
m.; morning prsyt-r. 10:30 a. m.;
Holy Kuchsrlst snd sermon, 11 a,
m.- svanlng prayer and srnn,
7:30 p. m.: 8. 8.. II m.; Thursday
evening", sermon st f:30 o'clock.
Unltad Brataran-or. iCuma and TaJfl..
K. 1 Clarke oaalor. ra. -orUnd.
a V IS a. m.. Krank lrk.r. Mapl.
Lana. aupt ! morn Ins aarvlea II. T. r
8. O. t6. p. m., avanins aarvlce t,
WMIamalia M. g.-No raautur praai-hlna
sarvlraa. 8. H. I p. m.. K.aiua
Zloo Luthsrsn Corner Jefferson snd
Eighth streeti. Rev. W. R. Krsxlieh
Kr pastor, resilience 7:0 Jsffarson.
8ntUy school 9:30 a. m., Rsv.
Krsxberger, superlntendenl. Morn
ing service 10:30. Kvenin T:45.
Luther League 7 ! .
Wstt Oregon City Sctiool House J O.
Staats will preach st 3 o'clock. Bun
day school conducted after sermon.
,Ta In Rustls.
In Russia cups and saucers sre never
used, tea being drunk from glsas .tum
blers In silver holders,
Head the Morning flnlerprlie.
Wants, For Sale, Eta
NaUoes under taM claaained aeeans
will ba taeaMed si ane cent a . nrs
Ineettlun. half a renl a1dltliaJ wr
Unas, via Inch car. II Sr "
Inch sard, lines Si par aacmla.
Caah must acrvmanr arder anleaa ant
ta mm umel with, Ike paer. n.
...nll raanonattillltlr flH errors,
errors occur tree eorreoted notice will
printed tor pMmn
Minimum etiarse We
WANTED Collectors to see my col
lection of all sorts of curios, an
tiques, and Indian trinkets; stamps
for stamp collectors; coins for
numismatists, arrow-heads for arch
eologlsts, etc. I buy and sell all
sorts of curios; also all kinds of
second-hand furniture snd tools.
Ueorge Young, Main,' nesr Fifth
WANTl-aauail advertisements for
this column, pnees very reaaoa
able. bee rates at head of rolnma.
Resd the Morning Enterprise.
WANTED You to anaw rest the En
terprise Job printing department l
the most complete- la the State,
outside Portland. Try It for your
GIRL WANTED First class girl or
womsn wanted for cook in small
family at Portland. High wages for
competent person. Apply at once
K93 East Salman street, Cortland.
WANTED Good middleaged lady
partner and cook lo take ..chargegr
"payTrig utile restaurant and rooms;
established trade in permanent fao--tery-dlatrlet
Ta Portland; Terms
and price strictly right; splendid
opportunity for right party; Inves
tigate. .Address D. McKlnney, 1003
Corbet t street, Portland.
FOR aVALC .
FOR SALE Space In this column
Ben mat oia piow or narrow; jon
don't use It. since you purchased
your new one.
FOR SALE Rhode Island Red hens
and pullets, good winter layers.
Mrs. 8. A. 8trong, Oregon City, R.
F. D. No. 3.
FARM LOANS Dlmlck Dlmlck,
lawyers. Oregon City, Or.
O. n. EBT, Attortiey-at-Law. Moaey
loaned, abstracts furnished, land
tltlea examined, estates settled, gen
eral law business. Over Hank
U'REN & SCHUEBEL, Attorneye-al
Iaw, Deatscher Advokst, will prao
tire In all courts, make collection!
and settlements. Office In Enter
prise Rldg., Oregon Cltv. Orston
BUILDeR AND CO ) ACTOR.
'IARKT JONES Builder and General
Contractor. Estimates cbeei full)
riven on all classes of building
work, concrete wslks sna reinforced
concrete. Res. Phone Msla 11'
t. H. fOOPER. Fti' Fire Insuraner
and Real Estate. Let us handU
yoor propertle-we buy, sell snd
tfrhang. Olilfe In Eoierpiin
"Irtg., Oregon City, Oregon.
Notice to Property Owners on Jef
To Frank and Annie Hunch, Sophia E.
Phillips, George Specs, Jvw. Ixider,
Ada O. Sykes. Henry Hoffman, T.
L. Charman, Presbyterian Church,
Luthern Zlon Church.. Ernest
Hands. Jane C. Rantls, Mrs. A. E
Iatourette, A. W. Chonev. 8. is
Roake, Eva Emery Dye, Grace Lo
der, Jean White, J. W. and B. Ross,
F. and E. Roman, Sarah C. MIIIr,
ueorge Kisuerger, Ccorge C. Brow
nell and 8. F. Scripture.
You and each of you are hereby
notified that the undersigned have
been appointed appraisers of the
property hereinafter described lv-
lng on Jefferson street, Oregon City
S"V u M a i .. . -
uipguii, irom me norm side of Sec-
ona street to the north side of
street, and suhlect tn .
ec-mneiii iur the Improvement of
saia jenerson street and that the
unaersigned win meet at the Inter
section of Sixth snd Jefferson
streets on the 25th day of Septem
ber, 1911, at 1 o'clock p. m. for the
purpose of viewing said property
una. estimating me value thereof,
and this value Is to be used ss a
uaais upon wmcn to estimate the
proportion of the Improvement of
said Jefferson street as the sam Is
uuw Demg improved.
That John Blttner. O. D. Ebv and
H. C. Stevens, were heretofore ap
pointed to make this appraisement
and they, with the City Engineer,
constitute the. committee for that
ine property. uDon wh en ,.
value is to be fixed snd the owners
mereoi are aa lollows, to-wlf
Lot 1, Block 135, Oregon City.
Oregon, Frank and Annie Busch.
Lot 8. Block 106, Oregon City
Oregon, Sophia B. Phillips.
- Lot 4, Block 106, Oregon City
Oregon, George Specs.
Lot 6, Block 107, Oregon City.
Oregon, Annie Busch.
Lot 7, Block 107, Oregon City
Money represents human power. It
s of vital Importance to you whether
Its force Is exerted for or against you.
Money saved Is your friend, ready to
help you when you need help most
The Bank of Oregon City
OLDEST BANK IW THE COUNTY '
a C LATOUltaTTTsl rroMdeel
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of OREGON CITY, OREGON
Trenaota a O'neral snklnfl uelneee.
Oregon, John W. liOder.
Lot 8. KltM'k 107. Oregon City,
Oregon, Ad U. Sykes.
Lot 4. llhHk 105. 3regon City,
Oregon, llrnry lloffinsnn.
Ut 1. Block 101. Oregon Cy.
Oicstin. T- 1. Charman.
U S, Block 112. Oregon City.
Oregon, I'resliyterlan Church.
Uit 6. Block 113. Oregon City.
Oregon, Presbyterian Church.
It 8, Block IIS. Oregon City,
OreKoti, Lutheran 7.lon Church.
Iot l. lil(H-k 100. Oregon City,
Oregon, Ernest Rsnds.
Lot t, Block 100, Oregon City,
Oregon, Jane C. Rands.
Iitt 3. Block 1 10. Oregon City,
Oregon, Mrs. A. E- Latourette.
Lot 4, Block UK), Oregon City.
Oregon, Mrs. A. E- Ijitourette.
Lot 8, Block 113. Oregon City,
Oregon, A. W. Chsney. f
Ut 2. Block h, Oregon City,
Oregon, westerly 3x33 feel there
of, A. W. Schneider and Clara
Ut I. Block 91. Oregon City.
Oregon, easterly 60x70 feet there
of, 8. E. Roake.
Lot 3. Block 98. Oregon City,
Oregon, southeasterly 33x35 feel
thereof, John W. Loder.
Lot 3. Block H. Oregon City, Ore
gon, easterly CtixTo feet thereof, 8.
Lot 3. Block 98, Oregon Oty, Oh
gon, westerly 35xti feet thereof,
John W. Louer.
Lot ft, Ill.x-k 114. Oregon City,
Oregon, Eva Emery Dye.
- Lot 6, Block 114, Oregon City,
Oregon. Eva Emery Dye. '
Ix.t 7. Block 114. Oregon City,
Oregon, Grace lxder. !
Lot 8, Block 114. Oregon City, i
Oregon, (.rare jndr.
r-i I. Iilis v, UfCKm CUy. Ore-1
Oregon, 60x06 feet thereof. Ernest ,.
Lot 1. Block 99. Oregon (1tv. Ore
gon. SSxCG feet thereof Clara V.
- Rands. I
Lot 2, Block 99, Oregon City. Ore- (
gon. 65x60 feet thereof Clara V.
uot z. liiocs n, Oregon city, ore-
gon, oOxGO reet thereof, Ernest
Lot 3. Block 99. Oregon City. Ore
gon, easterly hair thereof, jean M.
Lot 3, Block 99. Oregon City. Ore
gon, westerly half thereof, J. W.
Ross and B. Ross.
. Lot 4. Block 99, Oregon City. Ore
1 gon. westerly half thereof, J. W.
snd B. Ross.
Lot 4. Block 99. Oregon City, ye
gon. easterly half thereof. Jean M.
Lot 4. Block 115. Oregon City.
Oregon, southerly 70 feet thereof,
K. and E. Roman.
Lot 4. Block 115. Oregon City.
Oregon, all except southerly 70 feet,
thereof, Sarah C. Miller.
1-ot 3, Block 97, Oregon City, Ore
gon, George Itlsberger.
Lot 4. Block 97, Oregon City, Ore
gon. E. J. Maple.
Ut 5, Block 116. Oregon City,
Oregon, George C. Brownell.
IM 6. Block 116, Oregon City,
Oregon, 8. F. Scripture.
O. D. EHY.
H. C. 8TKVEN8,
C 8. NOIILE.
. City Engineer.
Notice of Hearing of Sixth Street As
sesiment NOTICE Is hereby given that the sp.
portlonmcnt of the cost of the Im
provement or Sixth street. Oregon
City, Oregon, from the East line of
High street to the enst line of Jack
son street, has beeiTascertalned and
the proposed assessment has been
nnnort toned und Is now on file in
the office of the Becorder of Oregon
Uty and subject to examination.
Any objections that may ,e made In
writing to the City Council or Ore
gon City and riled with the Record
er thereof within ten days after the
first publication of this notice will
he heard and determined by the
Council before the passage of anv
Ordinance assessing the cost of said
The property assessed ror sild
mprovement lies on both sides or
the p,rt of said Sixth street propos
,b0 .!raP,0Vl nd the line of
Sin. .11 ,on rld part of
Sixth -treet furthered rrom sit'd
part of Bald Sixth street and said
part or Hfcld sixth street
Th'i notlr. Il( puhMrtri-d in fin
el?."''"? iri,er"rl,,. the first publl-
M lh , th of September.
"II, KM the C!tv C.uncll i,fti ftt
September 18. 1911, at 8 O'clock p
h( Council Chamber oOre-
the passing on said objection.
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Notle. of Hearing 0f Ctnt,r Sf
NOTICE Is hereby KVen lhat'the sn
portlonment of the cost of ,ni,
provement of Center street. Oregon
City Oregon, beginning at the
northerly side or Eleventh street to
FlevS f M" naraneT w, h
felt nl. u dlnce or 42
City and . m ".Tw 01 .ron
oron 'I :l Councir
davs afte W 2 r"ea w"nl"
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termlned h. .k" !!..-ne.Rr!1
Ml,. -,' " 'uncu berore t
said i..:' -"w"a for
sides of "Trme"t on
t ' ij Pftrt ' "Id
' proposed to
In. " L .1 ,n 1In Of lots
Onen trvfe. I a. M. u ? , aj
?r.,.rth,r,it tnm "'d Part at
said Center street and said
said Center street. Mrt
This nolle, u pbUhH h
Morning Enterprise m,
cailon being HeplmiMr th iSit
18. 81t at oVIock, p. IrZ
Council Chamlmr ln OrO?
Oregon, as the lime and place
passing on said ohjectlont.
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Notice of Acceptance of itr, j"
NOTlt E Is h-rebv given th., tU(J.
Engineer of Oregon City o,
has filed his certificate of'thsiaT
pletlon and approval of th Z
done by Messrs. Moffat t 4 Ptrr!
contractors, on the IniprovenMw
Center street, from- the BortwT
rly side of Eleventh street tTtti
north line of alley parallel
Eleventh street, a distance of 10
feet, and the City Council of Orem
City will consider the scpuai
thereof, and all objections to then,
t reptance of, said Improvement, g
the Council Chamber of said Ct
on September 15, li, at ecloct
P - m.
Any owner of sny property eitaa
the assessment district of Mid im
provement or any agent of nd
owner, may at such time or uj
time prior thereto, appear ao4 lis
objections to lbs acceptance of sack
Improvement, end sttrli objects
shall be considered snd all IW
merits determined by the Conefl
a the above named time and plus.
This notice Is published U the
Morning Enterprise and the oat
and place were fixed by order of tat
City Council of Oregon City, Or
gun. , ...
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Netta-ef - Aeesptance-of -gtrtrt t
NOTICK Is hereby given thai the City
Engineer of Oregon City, Ortcpt,
hsa filed hie certificate of the a
ptntlon and approvsl or the eort
done by H. Jones, contractor of the "
Improvement of Jeffertoa suwt,
Oregon City. Oregon, from the wil
line of Second street to tha aottt
line of Twelfth street, snd the Or '
Council of Oregon City. Oretn,tCI
consider the acceptance, thtrst
and all objections to the sccest
of said Improvement, at the Ootid
Chamber of said city, on Septtaber
25, 1911, at 8 o'clock p. m.
Any owner of any property 1tMt
the assessment district of Mid Im
provement or any agent of exi
owner, may at such time or u?
time prior thereto, spnesr snd (He
objections to the acceptance of nth
Improvement, and such oojecdoei
shall be considered snd all '
merits determined by the Cornell
at the above named time snd t
This notice Is publiibed Is the
Morning Enterprise snd the Use
and place were fixed by order of the
City Council of -Oregon City., Or
2L I 8TIPP, Record.
Notice of AppHeetlon Tor m"
NOTICE Is hereby given that Itm
at the next regular meeting of u
City Council apply for V"""
sell liquor at my place of bo''
The Idle Hour, corner r"0')",.""
Msln streets for a period of or
months A. J. fll'RHPl.
Notice of Application for Llo-uer
NOTICE is hereby irWen lhaf I
at the next regular meeting w w
City CouncU. apply for
sell liquor at my place of bu,'J
405 Main street, for a perloo
Notice of Ap7TTcstlo"f"ornio.
" License. -in.
NOTICE Is hereby given that I
at the next regular meetln u
City council, apply for
sell liquor at my place of buein
corner Main and Fifth itreet.
a period of three n,onJh,,TT;gTW-
E. W. OTelUeo
Now open for busthess with &
line of new""and secondhand tvr
PRICES TO SUIT TH CU,T0J
Highest Price Paid for
Hsnd Furniture. s
In the new rlok ulW'"
Ixth snd Msln Streets.
Cor. Vaughn and Twenty-fourth
September 12, 18, 14, 1. 1 l7 .
Games Begin .Weekday" at P-,
Sundays, !80 F .
"",a part of said
Boys Udef IS Free to BleaeT,