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OREGON CITY, OREGON
t I. BRODIE. Editor end Publisher.
Application m for second el s pH.
at Ihs Plom l Orwn City.
Oram, under ths Act of tongMM at
MarrO a. It7t.
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Enterprise will be the wmf as In the
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hr without ehsnae. the rate will be So
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taal advertising- a( lerl advertising
Cirrus advertising and stwclsl trsnsltnt
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tisements J5c Inch first Insertion: addi
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CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
RAILWAY OUT MOLALLA WAY.
Tha time seerna to be about ripe '
to aecure railway out Molalla way at '
this time. Fact is that unless it I
-secured at this time the opportunity
to erer secure one may slip by. And ,
those who have studied the matter to '
and considerable extent cannot but un- j
demand that to let a competing town ;
or city get railway line that should i
run Into your own means a disaster
that cannot be measured In dollars and
As said before, now may the oppor-'
tune time; at least if you get it now
you do not need to have further wor
ry, and the thing accomplished it Is '
only a question of a few months till ,
you are enjoying the good that such a
road can do the business interests of
the place. And now that the ball has
been set in motion it Is up to the
hustlers in the community to see that
the proposition does not get cold till
the road Is running and bringing Its
hundreds to the town daily.
The people out' Molalla way want
easy access to Oregon City ; and if you
. give it tu mein mey in at. uuce. oe&iu
.Vdi come her efterier than now. All
of which means more motley spent in
the city and more profit for her busi
ness men. And these same people
want to ship their produce and fruit
this way, and the older the city and
county becomes the more anxious will
they be once the way is made, to come
and to continue to come. And the old
er and more influential the new Fruit
- and Produce Union the more there
will be to come this way and the larg
er percentage of what is raised will
want to come.
Now is the time to build the road;
now is when people are taking an in
terest in matters and right now Is
The Place of Athletics
In Lives of Our
Dr. R. T. M KENZIE.
By Dr. R. TAIT M KENZIE. Dlrsctor of
Physical Training it tha University of
aNLESS WE WISH TO FACE
THE INEVITABLE DE
GENERATION OF THE
RACE WE MU8T PROVIDE FOR
SPECIALLY DESIGNED AND SCI
ENTIFICALLY APPLIED EXER
CISE TO COUNTERACT THE HAB
ITS OF LIFE OF OUR PEOPLE.
The national significance which
physical training has assumed in
recent year is due to the change
in the MANNER OF LIVING
daring the last century.
Within the last century the
growth of cities haa changed the
habits of life to such an extent
that scarcely 40 per cent of the
population remains in the coun
try, whereas a hundred years ago
only 2 per cent were city dwellers.
- The segregation of such large
numbers of folk-' has TAKEN
AWAY THE HEALTHFUL
OF MEN and women.
The lack of housework for the
modern wife and the sedentary
occupations of the men are mis
takes of our time. v
' . Physical training will, help to
when the matter should be Milled.
And when It la settled be sure it 1
settled as you wish It In the affirm
ative, HAS MUCH OF MERIT. ,. v
There were many thlnga for whtcn
appropriations were made by to last
legislature that had not ao much of
merit In them as the appropriation of
ISOo for the Clackamas county Fair.
! A the Governor has a penchant for
! vetoing things that he has any doubt
! about it Is feared the Governor may
' shy at this appropriation,.. Friends of
the Fair In this county hope not, how
' ever, and some are praying that he
j wont. Better still, write him a per
! sonal letter.
A Fair, properly conducted. Is cer
i tain to be a powerful agency for good
jln this county. Its influence will be
' of an inspirational character, and can
. not but do great good. And this good
will not be confined o this county
aloue In case It Is made a success.
; Why not. then, the State bear a small
' part of the expense of putting It on Us
! feet ?
There la no good reason that can be
'offered why It should not be a wise
expenditure. There may possibly be
too many -wise expenditures-1 for one s
purse, but we can see no other excuse
for vetoing this appropriation at this
i time. It is to be hoiW that the let
j ters to the Governor may be so num
erous that he will at least give the
proposition the moat careful hearing.
FRIENDS OF THE COUNTY FAIR
FEAR HE MAY VETO BILL
GIVING US 1500.
A great many friends of the Clacka
mas County Fair are writing Governor
West as to the appropriation of $500
yearly for the benefit of the Fair,
which it has been intimated the Got
ernor might veto In his efforts at
economy. The friends of the Fair feel
that if that $300 is wisely spent and
the personnel of the Fair management
is a standing pledge that It will be
there Is scarcely any other way In
which that same $500 could be spent
and do the same amount of good to the
people of he county and State as In
Just that way.
Hence It is natural that the friends
of the Fair should at once rush to the
marl bag as the easiest way to reach
the Governor and It is to be hoped
they will reach him in time. From all
parts of the county came messages of
Inquiry a to what to do In the matter
sit tight and let the Governor veto
it or write him lnthe matter and tn
all cases they were advised to write
him. His mail from Clackamas coun
j ty Is likely to be heavy for a few days,
CONFINE SALES TO MEMBERS.
Will Invite Farmers to Join and Then
Reap Benefits for Them.
The Oregon City Fruit and Produce
Union has a number of calls for need
potatoes of different varieties. Mem
bers of the Union should get In .touch
with the officers of the Union and see
if they have any of the products that
patrons wish, and If so supply the de
mand. It is generally agreed that sales of
spray and similar product should
not be made to others than members
by credited officers of the Union. If
Dr. JOHN M. TYLER
rectify this state of affairs. Even
when man has paused the school
boy and soldier stage and has
passed through middle life there
are still many things he might do
to keep up his vitality.
By Dr. JOHN M. TYLER. Professor of
Blolofy it Amherst Collcfe,
COLLEGE ATHLETICS ARE
ONE OF THE MOST Rl
DICULOUS AND LUDI
CROUS INGREDIENTS OF MODERN
Why twenty-two football play
ers should engago in mortal com
bat, with two thousand other men
on the side ' lines YELLINQ
THEMSELVES IIOAKSE at the
performance, is a question I have
never beeable to solve. s , .
Athletics for the boy in high
school SHOULD NOT BE TOO
SEVERE. The heart at the time
the boy is in high school is yet
weak, and the tissues are not
Every commander dreads to
take with im into the field of bat
tle boys of eighteen tcf twenty
years. THEY DIE OFF LIKE
MORNING ENTERPRISE. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1911.
Lord Decies and His Heiress
Bride Attract Much Attention
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Photo Copyright by American Praa Aaaoclatton.
IORD DECIKiV. the British army officer who won Mls Vivien Gould at
his bride, was often seen In her tompany tefore their marriage In
New York on Feb. 7. This snapshot of tbeiu was made as they , were
In a carriage on Fifth avenue a few days before the wedding. The
nobleman seemed to be very proud of his handsome young companion, and
she was every bit as proud of her distinguished looking cavsller. Urd Decies
doe not look bis forty-four years, and few who saw him with his bride would
have guease.1 that he was considerably-more than twice her age- I-ord and
Lady Iectea will pass moat of their honeymoon In California after a leisurely
trip through the south to reach the Pacific coast '
a man wishes to benefit by the power f
of the Union for good he should be-
come a member ICottherelai j
cause for selling to him aj a close ll-t-
UrP-,ae,,Hke,t,rDth,L town U A2 I
regular dealers of the town. If one I
ot a memoer It I. .tout agre"d
he shun b allowed to go to th, !
, i la, i
s not a member t Is about agreed
local dealer and pay the price, keeping
.k- ..- vTaKK,- ti,. fin
lie uaiiauia ur uit-iiiKwo. v.......
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sb a umou t.aii aru sui uj iu 111c111m71.il
for less money than the trade can buy
The Union already wields a
K' . rfr,n,nj frnm ,,,.
llniC with sale, outside membership
. . ... i . .m
11 "believed the trade wii. fee. mor r veil caught In pUc
"1 f? ,h Un,on n1 1,k"ba diamond circlet, and wore, hand
II Ufll?U IUV Ull'H' will ir-ri HI wit.
n...i iv, wi c-...
nemi mv hi imig r,ui.iyuDv.
The Kind That
Our New Steel Die Embossing
Machine IS THE THING
In the front rank of the
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VERY QUIET WEDDING
TIAL ARE WITNESSED iY .
One of the prettiest weildln f ''
season was perfttfmed last evening at
& oVIock at the Uanemsh chapel the
contracting parties being Mla llrayce
Maude Marshall ami Mr. Walter Holla
Wentworth,' of Ihla city. Owing l
the went death of the bride s nuMher,
Mrs. K. J. Marshall, the affair wa
very quiet and only relatives and Inti
mate friends of the bride and grHm
The Interior of the rhapel was
artistically decorated with, cedar. Ore
gon grape and ferns. An archway was
formed of the Oregon grai. and from
this was suspended a white wedding
bell, where the ceremony was i-r-
H tinned. The windows were bantteu
riifi. evergreens, making a very pretty
cftuct. At 5 orlock. to the strains
of .Mendelssohn's Wedding March, by
Miss Norene Wagner, of Vancouver,
the bridal party entered the church
and proceeded up the aisie. me i.n.i.
.r... f Kr hrolher. Ralph Mar
shall, nrvreded 'he ushers. NVIillsm
Marahnll. brotuer oi w m .
vv'aiir. of Vancouver. aaru
. ...i iha not run nf honor. Mrs. 1ml
v v..... HnllwiHMl. niece nf tn
bride, were met by the groimt and leat
iw it v. iianneman. of 1'ott-
land', took their places beneath the
archway. The brlile a brotuer, nun
Msrshnll. save here away III marriage
n i..rasnlv rliia ceremony was
performed by Hev. J It. IjtndslMirough
i... ih I'rosbvterlan church.
...-Following the ceremony a reception
t.i.t mi iha home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. U Mldlam, the Utter, slater of the
bride. A wedding supper was sorve.i
... u-. mi. Hum u aaaialed In aerv
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Ing by her slater. Mr. Sidney Young,
... r.liv I'urk The rlua In the
bride's rake was captured by William
Kinir of Portland, ana me o" "i
Ml.a Vnr.illrt WaKller.
The house Uecoratiotia wer very
ntlnn hull being I"
...a ..rn.il.iAa ami ferns, while the
ii. in nltik caroatlons
mul redar. the dining
rotun and tables correspondingly dec
,a n iha ..sinri-s nf this tnarrlagi
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iha. land uootl which
in run 'M " - . --
at... ion. hsiial aland, and where the
.in- .-- . .
ceremony took place, was donated to
the Episcopal churcn many years a
t..r itm Kiirnose or itwiiih a ui'""
. .. . i... 1..1.1.'. frt,r tha late W. II
iit mar III IMW ---- -
M.r.h.n and had Mr. Marshall aud
his wife lived until this day they
would have celebrated their golden
wedding anniversary. .
yi i'antwiirth. who Is a lad bruh
...... i.. a. imtiiliu.nie bride with her
beautiful gown of llrusnels lace over
white silk made In semi rrinceaa
some necklace or pr.ni
i i ha. vrootn. 8h carried Bride s nes
i . t ,.. U rat IV
1 tia.r nvBirmi of honor, Mrs. i. r
which you buy
may go up or down, but you san always dopono en ih utk m.
vsry dollar you dtpoalt In our savings department a,"
a dollar plus tno Intsrost It sarns. V
Your principal will always bo avaltablo, which cannot be asl
forme of Investment. .
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The Bank of Oregon City
O. C l.ATOURPtTTB ProaldooL
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of OREGON CITY, OREGON
Transacts a 0orel tanking uslnaac
Young, of BnllwtKMl, was ,ro.nlnly
sttirrJ la IiIiik silk and rarrlod whHo
carnations Tho brldo'a alfta to tbo
mul roil ttf honor and organist, warp
Kold iltis of lif drslan. and lo tbo
Kt'ooni. a sold band rlim
Tho brlilo la wil known ana man
v .Htr.mod youna woman of Orcaon
City having mada h-r homo at Cano-
nmh slnrx cMIUIiimkj. wnuv ma gruum
Is n wt'll known young Imslnoss man
having rrslili'd In Oregon I lly for tho
nant lhrtH ytiars, coming to this city
from Plalnvlrw. Minn. The young
r.mnli. hav a boat of friends In
his rliy. and wrio prsnnlMl wltli
many wmldlng glfta. Afir an ox
tended trip In tha Raat Mr. and Mrs
Wauitworth will rnnrn tn Orogon C'liy,
and will b at homo lo Ihi'lr frlonds
at Iha Marshall horn In Canamah afiar
Thos.1 attoiidlnalh marrlago crra-
mony aud roraptlon wara llor. and
Mrs. J. ft. lJndtifrouith. Mr. and Mrs.
Uutoh Marshall and son, Ralph Ixir.
rno. of Monlavllla: Mr. and Mra 8.
8. Mohli-r. Mr. and Mrs W. I, Mldlatn
and daiiahiar. Kmlly. Mr. and Mra.
Sidney Young, of I'nlvarelty Tark.
Mr. ' Mrs, ) la K Young, or poii
wimkI. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Williams
stid duughtara. Misses' N'lna and Vlra.
Wllllum Marshall, of Monlavllla. Ver
nor Wagner, of Vanrotivar, Wash . IW.
II. V. Iianneman. of rorlland: Miaa
Anna Yala. of anruvar, Wasa;
Mlsa Norma Wagner, of Vancouvor.
Wash : W. II. Msrshall, of l"ortland;
Miss Ilesa Ollhert and Miss Nora
Clltiert. of -Portland; Mr. aud Mrs
William King, of I'orlland; Mlsa
Kaihryn Hlunott and Miss Nan Coch
A Oslloht (a Ivery CelUctars.
In slmiHit evrri hmne a lnno la ti
ba found, hot In only one bnuaelinlil
bera In Anierli-a l there an lntru
Uient rarveil from Imry In an efTict
reilcs of the siiei.tiil .l.r grand
UMMlel of muiiiii-r e. 'I hs. wonderful
.ei e of Wi rk the reltt of lliurb
tlenl lals.r on U foil of n workre l
itiKisTtraa ruio cKVri raou ivoar.
bnndrundi- jewelry and of IU kind le
the uiiwt perfei-l si luicn. The piano
to iiiin-i t in every funicular, and not
I lie i'leeret nirt of the toy Itistru
uient l the riiliil tup over tha key
board, v. I1I1 h a-urks ierfoctly. Tb lid
may Im ml il In approved cooorri
fiiihlmi. ami the little stool would meet
llie aipnvnl of even Jimef llofmann
The plniui Win are beautifully can'ed
and there are tiny essiera which must
hme tHki-n nn Inexhntistllila sruounl
of pafli'iiie tn adJiiMf. ti htigtb thl
rtiiiliie Ivory pin no la two and a
half liM'hin huig and an Incb and a
luilf IiIkIi. CollectiirM of amall Ivory
object are enf httslaatlc over fhla mil
If troubled wltb Indigestion, con
tlpatlonl no appetlta or fool bilious,
glvo Chamberlain's fltomarh and IJvar
Tablets a trial and you will bo pleased
with tho result. Thes tablets Invig
orate tho Btomach and llrar and
strengthen tho digestion. Bold by all
Causes uneasy nights but If you will
use Dr. Hell's Phio-Tar-Honoy It will
relieve In a few minutes. There Is
nothing better. Guaranteed by til
dealers, and Geo. A. Harding, Drug.
Oregon City Markets.
There Is a tendency to lower mar
kets In many Instances, Close flnan
clal conditions In tho East make buy
ing slower and s general tendency to
loosen up by holders.
APPLES There Is little to note tn
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Try the Classifed Coltiians of it
Open from I A. M. le
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this market and tha t-.tiilrncTuITr!
s. It has bon-to pay R1H), ' "
nlco slock and lo an lmff,vl!!
wards that whlrb Is l,..w Jr
coo rango from D0 to . win ikT1
cholraat fruit roiunwiinliiif
mor. . Btk
roTATOK8. 'ot. , sr,!, .
demand with buyers friim 011111
. . '"'1 nut SOI Ul
ding too high, guotsii,,,,, nous
BOO to 11.10. with this fsr, pJ
that roal chnlra arIH H will sjJr1
spring tho market a trifle. Gvct
grown alurk la being t)ffrrt 7
t9 pound, turnips T5c to i
carrois tha eama, tarsnis l n 7,
aack. eabtiaga 3c (iouiiiI.
ri-OI H-iJtlla rhiinga tkast, a.
crop reports shunl( ,nr ,
prospocia bava a tenunipy to tl
tbo prlcea Ixtral flmir HU MiTJ
wheat xao tu 300 hlKlir.
itii.m.wi aiyiiia s.ic DUsssJ kf
wheat, oats 3& to .u i,.n. coraidia
ll.r.S tu .7t humliiHl, ihurtiiiJ
barley 10. '
HA Y Clover hay htlnn !!,,.
oat 13 to lit. Ilmotliy ) tenia
falfa oa-lllng 6 to fin.
KOl'LTKY Roosters IH. m It
and l&c. broilers Mr sad tic, M
grown I Jr. ttggs ouly rosiauW ft
UUTTBR Country romrasMi ft
lo 3 pound, creamery 10o t
Chaaaa aelllug at 2V mhid4.
HIDKa Jrra le pound, saltans,
dry hides 12e,to It- sheep ptftik
to 76fl aach.
WOOLe-llrlngs n,o to tit
mouair zso to jor.
DHIKIl riM'ITHi KioporstHu
So and 7e. aun dried t prsaaiki
SALT 8elllng-1,iic lo 7Se for k
tVO lb. sack, balf gnuind tOc.TkS'
100 lb. sacks.
Cure Your Rheumat:
AND OTHKR ILLS Of TMl
(Tbo Mouoo of effl
Bells round-trip tlckeia. a"
months, ojlowlng 00 w-'
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rlony, at Portland soe: ,
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