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District No. 41.
McCurdy Lumber k Hdw. Co... 4.70
J. F. Hnyder g.oo
Robt. Snyder ?S ofl
Fred If. Davis 7.. 2J.00
J. C. Dennis 44,00
(leo. W. Collwell I no
MOItNINO ENTERPRISE, 8 ATUKDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1911.
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Imported lUnd Work, Beautiful Designs, Latest
r s . wm s
woveity i a Die Dccora'ions.
To the ladlea of Oregon City we are able through a
very fortunate purchase, to offer a choice
Very Seasonable Gifts
Suspension Bridge Corner. ,
Kor the srreet sn conviction
n uprvon or persons, who
fcliwfully remove copies of The
irnluK Enterprise irom toe
kemlws of subscribers aner
Lper bu been placed (bare by
308 Balling Bldg., Portland.
Phone Main 6151.
Ura you ao artlatf
a tan draw a lit tier
(Wont ran run draw?"
fit attention of Idiots."
ubn Davis, of Carua, waa In tbla
w Scburbel, of BhUbel, waa In Ore-
ki Cllv ."rlduv.
p. U MumiKiwer. of Stone, waa In
irou City Friday.
(Oysters, any atyle, at the Fall
knfsctlonery, 703 Main atraet
Jllrs .t imtro and aun, Charlea, were
thin city Tburaday.
Mr. and Mra. Cbrlat Rlcber, of Au-
Fa. Mit Jn thla city Tburaday.
Mra. Jjtka Cuato, of Carua, waa
pong the Oregon City vlaltora Tburs-
111ms i,1u Hay ward, of Clackamaa,
f In Oregon City Tburaday visiting
Mlna Tony Gelbrlch, of New Era,
P l tbla city Tburaday vlaliltiK
Charles Cuato. one of the well
fown farmers of Carua, waa In tbla
MIhh Murtba Parker, of. Portland, U
i the city vlaltlng her oarenta. Mr,
L . . . .
fa airs, c. J. Parker.
Marlon Kilinmehorn. of Lancaster,
'-. la In thla city and la vlaltlng bU
ce, Miss Mable Mills.
Grant White, one of the prominent
imlness ,on of Canby. waa In thla
'jr rrhliiy on bualneaa.
Try our 2f,n mnrrhanta' lunch, at
fe tails Confectionery, 703 Main St,
K. Kdamand and T. K. Edsmand.
f Molnlla, were In this city Friday,
postering at the Electric Hotel.
George Cook, formerlv a resident
If this rlty, but now of Mullno, Is very
(i at hlx home, suffering from a severe
f"cn of Inflammatory rheumatism,
I Mlaa Kdna Simmons, who haa been
i .mug jut pareuts. Mr. and Mra. A,
Simmons, has returned to Kelso,
Ph.. where she is In the millinery
I or. Lena R. Hodges, of Portland",
arrunaa.1 l,a In riraffntl' fMtV
fhrse tluys each week. Dr. Hodges Is
I OHteoimth. . Phone Main 2491 for
I Mrs. a. J. Wilson, who was takan to
r1- Vincent's Mosnltal several weeks
Ho. where she underwent a surgical
P'lrtlon. In Imnrnvlnir and will bS
iDl to be brought to her horns hers
shout two weeks.
"as Hazel Mills, of Wsshougal,
wssh., arrived In Oregon City on
"tiriy, and will visit her slater,
Mable Mills, until Bunday, when
,h win return to her home.
The studenta of tne Portland Law
school had their flrat debate on laet
ttirday evening, October 7th. The
tudnnta take Interest In debating and
. Mr. O. W. Oberg, Of Portland, Is
' this dty vlaltlng' her sister, Miss
H"Ue Wilson. She and Miss Wilson
jnt to Portland Friday evening,
ynere they visited their alster, Mra.
J. Wilson, who la In tha 8t. ,Vla
"t Hospital. . ' .
Roy c. Young, who baa been on a
weoke' vlalt In the Eaat, haa re
"irned to Oregotr City. Mr. Young
"'tad In Chicago and other polnta.
He baa rfsumed his position aa book
keeper for the Crown-Columbia Pulp
A I'apor Company.
John llurgoyne, a prominent fruit
grower of Clackamaa county, whose
home Is at New Erawaa In Oregon
City Friday having broiiKht - to this
rlty some of his fine applxs. Tbe ap
ples were unusually large and some of
thm weigh more than a pound.
Iiuslnosa firms have requested , tbe
Eclectic Huslnesa l!nlveraity to train
student on the dictaphone and phono
graph. They recognise the high train
ing work of the E. II. U., and know
t hut ''proficiency" la their motto.
Young people attending the K. II. U.
will be highly pleased with tbe high
stsndard work, and the rapid progresa
of Ita students.
E. O, feely, of Summit, Denton coun
ty, who has been In this city visiting
his son,' J. E. Heely at Meldrum, has
decided to again locate In Clackamaa
county and haa purchased two acres
of Innd at Meldrum from Judge Mel
drum,' expecting to erect a bungalow
within a few weeHs. Mrs. Beely will
arrive In about two weeks. Mr. Beely
his sold his fsrtn In Benton county.
He was formerly In business In this
rlty. having been connected with tbe
Beely grocery atore.
To the person thst can find a better
line or randlea than la found at the
Kail Candy Store. 703 Main atreet.
Get the habit and eat good candy. You
will live longer and feel better. Tbey
are made fresh dally at our factory.
You gt't the real Macoy when you
cume here. Now don t forget 'Satur
day, our apeclal day. If you miss It
It Is your fault, not oura. Fruit-bar at
30 cente a pound, Saturday only.
Regular CO cent kind for tbla occasion.
Willamette Lodge. Woodmen of the
World. Initiated fifteen candidates fr
da night, and flfteon appllcatlona
wera received. There are twenty
seven candidates which will Increase
the membershlo to 470. It Is expocted
thst the membership will be 600 or
more by December 1 From fifteen to
twenty appllcanta are ueing nuuumu
every two weeks.
-r.i Am Painters.
When In Haarlem Van Dyck called
upon Frsn Hsls and. without making
himself known, ssld tnst oe ws
ious to have his nortrslt painted, but
.. h. vmm in a areat hurry he could
spare but two hours, at tha end of
which the portrait mtiHt tie done. Uais
went to work snd tmbthed It. and
v.n nrrk wii miK'b pleased. 'Rot
portrait painting. s"" Tel7, ""f
.ki. t. Van Dvck. and be aked Hats
to change place with him. Hts did
, ua Van iivi-s nnienru ui-
i, ii. i. hinrired him enrhtislsstlrsi
ly. sarlm:: -You are Van Dyck. N
one liu. beUsn do what you nave
done." And no the two great masters
Eggs In ths Nest. 1
AO birds bsve a systemstlt arrange
ment to 'depositing tbelr eggs In the
nest, and tbeie are very ' aperies. If
any. In which some peculiarity Is not
to be seen If careful observation Is
made. Many birds ao plainly and In
variably show a tendency to. a est ar
rangement that tbelr babtt la gener
ally known. i .
27.50 1 IB II 111 I I wM.a Vi
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Clrl.h ., .7 L83il i. 1 Jl II If 1 W V A- :
8.00 ll, ll i VUWIL 1
.60 1 " 1 bsmsZ- i
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I I t i
D. Caleff r-.y.. 160
Sidney Brown ...i 1.60
W. W. H. Samson 20.65
, 12.0J eo- a- .v.iu
i..,, 12.00 Maurice Riley 2.30
l!oo C. H. 8. Klppey .. 2.30
17.00 F. Dwlgglna , V.... .1.70
Dr. JW. Norrla 1 1.70
Fashion Livery Stable 7.00
J. O. Staats .' $ 2-60
F. A. Mllea ,S......-?........ . 54-20
E. 'tT-.Masa ' 64.75
Mike Long 3.20
W. 8. Eddy 3.20
, . 12.00
9. II. Hsnford 41.00
U. T. Hunt v.... 68.60
II. O. Handford 33.0J
II. T. Uawllns 34.00
M. Hnyder , ,14.00
H. H. Anders 25.00
A. T. Hunt , 32.00
Co. Hathaway 21.00
District No. 60.
It. Johnson f 40.110
(I. Osterbark 23.00
W. Hubbard , 37.50
iio. Johnson ..1 82.60
II. Paulson 28.00
O. Vogel ir.oo
J. Htoll 27.60
Mike llenrlch ...
J. Kherhart .....
R. Johnson .....
(ieo. Jrhnson ...
W. Townsend 77
II. Deardorff ...
F. Scboppert . . .
J. P, Davis .... J'
District No. 62.
II. C. Clrlch
J. I. Henderson
C. C. Henderson
H. C. l lrlch ..
J. Wv Taylor ..
L C. Becker .,
C. M. Idleman ,
J. Ieler .....
J. Phillips .....
Better Values Doiflv On
f Suits and Coats
1 " 1 ,
If you have not secured that new coat or suit,
here and now is the opportunity. If you have
tried the Palmer Garment before you will want
them again. We show a large assortment in our
Suit room.- -- : r
MORE AND BETTER HATS
in our Millinery department. See the new ones
just :in. Prices jyery. reasonable.
OREGON CITY S BIG DEPARTMENT STORE
Herman Kanne , 15.00
A. Strlckrott 15.Q0
District No. 64.
W. O. Wolf ..
T. Thyker ...
J. I j. Btanton
B.-R. Aker '. 6.00
Vf. F:tanton .'. -i50
General Road Fund.
AMONG Tilt CHURCHB
J. F. Montgomery ..
W. O. Powell ......
Petera Hardware Co.
Clarence Bimrorlna .
R. B. Beatle
Ileal ft Co
East Side Milt 4 Lumber Co.
Coast Bridge Co.
J. Bcholl m Co. .
D. C. Robblna
Standard Oil Co
Oregon City Machine Worha
F. ' Qulnn
J. Wanker '
W. W. Smith ,;
Wilson & Cooke ...........
G. E. Ganss
8. F. Scripture ............
E.-A - pugb'-rr..,...
Herman Fisher 18.00
C. E. Miller j.t.. .r..,. 31.88
C. Raddat 6.00
A. 8. Thompson .
F. A. Miles
E. 'tT'.Maaa . .
Mike Long ..
W. 8. Eddy ..
C. B. Pratt ...
J. O. Stasis .. .
E. Jackson ..
W. J. Wilson .
A. J. SulUvan
Underwood Typewriter Co.
. . 65.00
S. H. Kauffman
Abe Hepler ....
Oregon City Lumber Comapny 123.12
Willamette Pulp Paper Co.
Williams Bros. Transfer Co.
W. H. Mattoon . .
N. Blair ..........
R. B. Beatle
Adkins Lucke LumbeH Co.
.-- GKNERAL FUND
, . 8.50
. . 16.60
. . 7.02
W. L. Mulvey 7.00
Ruth Hedgea '16.00
M. C. Mulvey 50.00
Glass A Prudhomme Co.
L. E. Williams
C. E. Ramsby
Edith Smith "...
Alice Dwlggins .......
W. J. Wilson
Wm. J. Wilson
Dr. H. A. Dedman
Dr. H. V. Adlx . . .
Dr. C. H. Melssner
auDsrintsndent of Schools.
J. E. Calavan I 13-60
Emllle C. Shaw 116.95
Typewriter A Suppllea Co.
C F. Anderaon
T. J. Gary
imderwood Typewriter Co.
J. E. Jack v
Pacific Telephone Co
Home Telephone Co. ......
Huntley Bros. Co
Wilson & Cooke
Straight ft Salisbury .....
Drs. Carll & Melssner ....
. . . . 52.00
. . . . 52.J0
C. O. Miller ....
W. H. Mattoon
Geo, A. Brown
F. F. Flsber
W, E. Nlles
J. E. Chlpman y
E. P.- Carter
Fashion Livery Stable . . .
J. E. Seeley
J. M. Hollowell tt
W. H. Calkin
Elliott & Park .....4'
t M Miller 60.00
n.n Krnwn 8.00
Bertha B. Long
St B. Cooke ...v
Albert Isaac ;
C. A. Law m
J. H. Curry
J. W. Jonea
H. L. Patterson
P, Nehren .....
C. A. Lewis ....
D. C. Robblna .
Blake, McFall Co 6 00
Board of Water Commissioners 15.00
Wilson 4 Cooke .60
Repslr of Court House.
Wilson V Cooke $ 5.35
A. C Lewis ...
Northwest Steel Co,
R. B. Beatle
H. L. Hull
F. Boardman r
Williams Transfer Co. . .
J. W. Braker '..'..
Chas. Simmons ........
John Orabn .'...
Theodore Miller .......
Balfour Outhrla ft Co. .
Pioneer Tranafer Co. .J.
Scripture A Beaullau '
n. C- Qadka .
R. B. BeaU
First Baptist Church Main and
Ninth streets, 8. A. Hayworth, pas
tor. Preaching by the paator at 11
a. m. and 7:45 p. m.;tbe Sunday
school meets at 10 a. m., H. E.
Cross, superintendent; Christian
Endeavor at 6:30 p. m.; all are wel
come. Subject in evening, "Prove
. All and Hold Faat."
German Luthern Church (Ohio ayn-
- od) At 10:30 Rev. H. Mau, pastor.
Catholic Corner Water and Tenth
streets, Rev. A. HUlebrand pastor,
residence 912 Water;. Low Mass 8
- a. m.. with aermon; High Maaa
10:80' a. m.; afternoon seryloe at
4; Mass every morning at 8.
First Congregational Church.. Morn-
ntng service at 10:30 o'clock.
George E. Paudock will occupy tbe
First Church of Christ Bclentistr
service at 11; Wednesday evening
meeting at 8 o'clock; reading room
open every afternoon except Sun
day from 2 to 4 o'clock.
German Evangelical Corner Eighth
and Madison atreets. Kev, r.
Wleveslck pastor, residence 713
Madison; Sunday school 10 a. m.,
Herman Schrader, Monroe atreet,
superintendent: morning service
11; Young People at 7 p. m. and
preaching at 8 p. m.; prayer merlins-
Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.
Gladatone Christian Rev. A. H. Mul-
key. pastor: Bible school at 10 a.
m.; preaching at 11 and 88.
Mountain View Union (Congrega
tional) Sunday school 3 p. m..
Mra. J. H. Qulnn, superintendent;
Bible Study every Thursday after.
Flrat Presbyterlsn Church--Rev. J.
R. Landsborougb, pastor. Morning
worship at 11; Sunday school at
10 o'clock, Mrs. W. C. Green, au-
perintendent; Y. P. S. C. E., at 7
Methodist Episcopal Church Rev. E.
F. Zimmerman, pastor. Sunday
school at 9:45. Preaching by tbe
pastor at 10:46. Junior League at
3 D. m. "
Parkolace Congregational Rev. J. L.
Jones pastor, residence ciacsamas;
Sunday achool 10 a m., Emery
French superintendent : preaching
services each Sunday, alternating
between 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m
Christian Endeavor Thursday eve
8t. Paul's Rev. C. W. Robinson, rec
tor. Dally aervlcea: Morning pray
er, 7 a. m.; Holy Eucharist, 7:30 a.
m.; evening prayer. 7:30.; Sunday
services: Holy EucbarlBt 8 a. m.;
morning prayer, 10:30; Holy
Eucharist and aermon 11 a. m.;
evening prayer and sermon at 7:30;
Sunday school 13 m.; Thursday
evenings, aermon at 7:30.
United Brethren Corner Eighth and
Taylor, Rev. L. F. Clarke pastor,
residence, Portland; Sunday school
10 a. m., Frank Parker, Maple Lane,
superintendent; morning service
11; Y. P. S. C. j:6 p. m., evening
Willamette M. f. No regular preach
ing services; 8unday achool 8 p.
m Mrs. Reams, superintendent.
Zlon Lutheran Corner Jefferson and
Ela-hth streeta. Rev. W. R. Krax-
berger astor. residence 720 Jeffer
son; Sunday school 9:30 a, m., Rev.
Kraxberger, auperlntendent; morn
ing service 10:30; evening 7:45;
Luther League 7 p. m.
West Oreo" City School House J.
O. Staats will preach at 8 octocs;
Sunday School conducted after aermon.
DO YOU LIKE CHILDREN '
Do you like children?'. Not like
Charles Lamb said he liked them:
B-b-boiled, madam !" but chil
dren in the raw, children like yours
are, not like your neighbors.
If you do, you.oufrht to near
Edmund Vance Conke, for Mr.
Cooke's child verses are said to 1
the most notable cf recent yc
The New York American savst...-
are equal to Field s and Steven
son s, when those poets were at
their best. : Mr. Cooke's "Imper
tinent - Poems," which ran in the
Saturday Evening l ost, are also
wellv known. v
TO DISCUSS 'SYSTEM'
A teachers' institute will be held at
the Currlnsvllle school bouse pext;
Saturday morning. Teachers may go ' .
from Estacada on the 8:55 ear and
from points below on the car that
reaches Currlnsvllle at 8:20 o'clock.
They may leave for the north on the
11 o'clock car. . The .Institute . Is In-
tended for tbe teachers of the second
supervisory district, but all teachers
sre welcome and some vslting teach
ers will make addresses. The theme
will be "System in tbe Public School"
Professor Howard Jamea. principal
of the Estacada schools, will present
"The Meaning of System"; C F. And
erson, supervisor of the second dls-
trlct. "The Value of System"; Nelly
M. Hogue, Currlnsvllle school "Sys
tem In tbe Management of Pupils';
Mrs.. Minnie Altman. Estacada school.
"System In the Recitation";' Rica And
erson, Porter school, "System In Rec
ords and Written Work." Reading
clscle work will be considered.
Besides these, he will pt hu
morous character stories m verse
and other things calculated to make
a man's heart tickle his ribs. Mr.
Cooke has the faculty not only of
writing, but of making his characJ
hers live before the audience.
Edmund Vsnce Cooke will glva one of
his fine entertainments In Oregon
City, Thursday evening, October 19.
Watch the papers for particulars.
PHILATHEA CLA88 MEETS."
Mlaa Maud Moran la Elected Preal
dent of Organization.
' Tbe Phllathea. Class of the Baptist
church met at tbe borne of Mra. L.
H. oimstead, and business of import
ance waa transacted. The following
officers to sorts for the ensuing year
were elected: President. Miss Maud
Moran; vice-president, Mra. William
Peters; secretary. Miss Haset Glntb
er; treasurer, Miss Queen Adams; re- .
porter, Miss Ella Dempster. '
Those present were ' Miss Lillian
TroxeL Miss Clarice Zumwalt, Miss
Hazel Ointher, Miss Amy PurcelL Miss
Maude Moran. Miss Susie Smith. Mlsa
Anna Smith, Miss Ella Dempster, Mrs.
L. H. Olmstead. Mrs. William Peters,
Mrs. H. Matheson.
Our greatest clubbing offe.. Tha
Morning Enterprise by mall and the
Weekly Oregonlan, both an til Novem
ber 1, 1912, for only S3. Offer closes
October 8L, 1911.
(To be continued.) '
ACCUSERS PICK OUT HILL HOME
(Continued from page 1.) .
spattered with blood and bis hands
mA airw 11 ii. inM them he
had a fight Inside, they state, and told j
them they had better get away rasi.
They struck out toward the Sandy
river, not knowing Just where tbey
were going, traveling the rest of that
night and the next day. They aay he
changed bis clothing the next day.
Read ts Morning -flntarprlrs
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