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UOBNIKO ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1911.
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C K. HOWE, Edrtne and
S. IIU at IN.
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On Year, tar
ta Matha ay
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Pint Paw er mm
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' atfcae dui Dim pmt
tare Is tea par Dm; ke wnhr eaVer
Heave se aste.
Want Far flat. Te ItML ee . ewe
Ml ward flrat saoatlea. ene-baaf seat
UIm for advertlsta la the Wlr
Eaiarprtea anil a Um aa as Ik
eallv. (or aavmmaiiata eat T.rUlhr
far Uw weekly. Wltava taa a lieiia
la traaafarrad frees tlw a&Jhr la la k
. an seat faaaaa. the rata will aa
aa ax for taa af the aaaar. ea4 la aa
rasr class rnon
SCHOOL BOARD WILL OIVC DIPLO
MAS TO SMALL CLASS
Caafc eseal iiaiai eaoae waara
party fe aaknewa la ulnee arTlee of
Le-al aSuHlslag ( legal advertising
Orrme edvarttataa' aa4 epeeal traartint
eovaiiajlaa at He ta He aa smb. aerors
Imm ta atjirlal aensJtlens ay ermine; Um
-nra Sale" ana Bankrap( hk" sd
lae tar firat btaartioe
New Mease and rH wrtt'ea artlciaa
af It. with iatereet ta local reesera.
will aa (laair aeeept. R)rte4 -sortpca
aaver retaraed uaicaa acco pae
iaa my ataaioa ta prrpejr aoaiaaa.
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
May 5 In American History.
1S12 Tba P.riWh captured Oawrxo.
IM4-A oar af bertlea The Army of
the Potomac opei:rd tbe attack at
ta Wllrierneas: errr- -ontr
elsewhere tbcouehoui I iw oui bru
1904 The canal fe fiTuially inlnl
to Um) Cnlted Htale.
(From oooo lodar dckio tomorrow.
Ih mu CM. rW 4 IS: moon eets
2:07 a- m.: moon at greatest llbrstloa
west; 1 p m.. pi net Mercury at In
ferior cenjonrtion with tbe ana. pess
tng from east to a-eat thereof.
The elopment of a Los Angeles man
bo is 12 yeara old abowt that hla
beira moat have ben careless.
The cam mon drinking cup is now
one on a guinea pig the other day and
the pig died of dlptheria.
la hi artless Japanese war the
Mikado must be wondering whether
Ilobaon does his alarming for fun or
whether he gM a regular salary.
PreaJfient Taffe new secretary Is
attending strictly to boslneM, bpt h
can't tell at what liiatant some Wall
"sireet bank may need a president.
An American actress has become
tha wife of an Egyptian Prince, and
will hae. some Justification for It if
she wishes to wear a harem skirt.
(n fjould shows that he has
mrierlted more than hla father's
money, as some of those twho have
been busy retiring him have Just
Tha Clackamas high araooi holds
Its first grftdaatioa larrlae today.
Tberw Is a graduating claaa of two.
Arthar G. Mather aad Hedwtg Clara
Ta elaaa eoWs are aiak aad graao.
Bower-pink caraatlna. sad their, anoa
to Is - Nor bow snack, but boW welL"
The acbool board la coenpoeed of
Wm. T. Johnatoa. U D. Joaea, U Q
Hertiagtoa aad K. P. Dedmaa.
Tha facaliy are, Chartea L Hoi way.
priBclpal and M. Mark Heacuck Mmd
Mlsa Edna Armstrong; teachers. .
Tha following program will be gian
to mark tha going out Into tha aovM
of the acbool 8nt graduatea:
Ioatnimental maaie. 1 lafocatloa.
chorna "The 8ammr ' Birds Sing
Gaily"; saJutory. Mlsa Hedwlg NoU.
rerluttoa. Vena and Bertrtc Pltmaa;
chorus, "There's a Quiet Uttle Stream
In the Dell": oration, "The Victor mi
Marengo." Arthur G. Mather: nolo.
Areola Lande; song and drill. The
Oaadelioos." -primary tmpils prasenU
tioa of cup to Ellis Joe ca Champion
pe'.ler (th grade contest, presentation
of diplomas. Benediction.
Mlsa Margaret Jons, organist
Mexican Insurgents Uick the
Smart Appearance of Regulars
J. Pierpont Morran is said to have
bei fleeced in the purchase of a
bosrna work of art. All of which aw-s
to show that all the flnanciera do not
bold forth In Wall street.
A New York lunatic ha bn parol-
ea irom rlloomingdale to make atrip
to Enrope, after giving bond that he
would come back. Hut why not have
the bond to insure that he would
Tiunlneas Is so dull on the stock
exchange and board of trade (hat
"line of be broker are beginning to
wonder what they will be able to do
fnr is-" A it rir tuA . I .
It poMMlble the
'suckers'' are at last
The manager of the Philadelphia
Athletics explains that bis team ha
been lonlng game because there are
too many brluVgrwrn In the organiza
tion. It tt to be shown that matri
mony Interfere with baseball It will
be fatal to matrimony.
aa . '
The coffee boycott 'Is on. More tea
and cocoa Is being imported this year
than ever, and code" Is falling off.
Perhaps that coffee tniat will discover
that lot of people have found hot
water Just H good and a whole lot
cheaper, it's all In getting used to
wemwonns Entertain Saturday Club.
'.. The Saturday Club of the Congre
gatlonal cnurcn met at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Went worth at
Canemah on Monday evening, and a
most Interesting as well aa enthusi
astic meeting was tbw result One of
the features or the evening waa the
luncheon served; by Mrs. Went worth.
Among the onsinesg brought np for
diccussion wag the entertainment to
be given this evening at the Congre
Rational church, when "A Good Times
College" la the entertainment of the
evening, and four year' course will be
given in one evening. Vocal and In
strumental mnsto were also amoog the
evening's entertainment -
Those present at the Went worth
home were: - Mrs, Charles D. Let
ourette, Mrs. Bert Roake, Mrs, Rich
ard Frertag, Mrs. Van Williams, Mrs.
U Adams, Mrs. Ralph Mctietchle,
Mrs W. L. Midlam, Mrs. W. B. Mar
ehall, of Montavllla, Miss Ivy Roake.
miss rone cauneld, Miss Clara Can
Held. Mlsa Maud Warner,. ,
AT BUSCH'S HALL
WILLAMETTE DANCING CLUB
GIVES THE DANCE OF THE
The Willamette Dancing Club last
night gave the most successful dance
of the series In Buscbs Malta there
was a full attendance of members and
several new members were -taken In.
Parsons' Ave piece orchestra furflisb
ed the mualc.
Those present were: Mr. sad Mrs.
C D. Latourette. Mr. and Mrs. M. O.
I atourette. Mr. and Mrs. J. F Clark.
Mr and Mr. O. D. Eby. Mr. and Mrs.
P. .T Barlow. Mr. and Mrs. Warner,
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Price. Mr. and
Mrs. O. H Melasner. Mr. and Mrs.
George M. Hanklna. R. L Holman.
Miss Edna Holman, Mtka, June M.
Channan. Miss Bess Dsdlton, Mlsa
Win Hanny, Miss Elaine King.: Miss
Mon a King. Miss Shannon. Mlas Anna
Shannon, Mr. and Mrs. LA. Jdorri.
Mr: and Mrs. H. S. Mount. Mrs. Anna
Howard. Miss Erma Petxold. Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Buscb. John Snsch. Miss
Alice Stone. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Gadke,
Miss OUve Rlsley, Mr. and Mrs. E. T.
Kleldi. Mies Clara Fields, T. J. Fox.
A. T. Murdjr of Canby. C. T. Parker.
R C. Parker, Mr and Mrs. U O. Ice,
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jonee, Mr. and Mrs.
John Adams, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Rands,
Mrs. Nelta Barlow L.wrence. Mr. and
Mrs E. T. Avison, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
O'Malley. Mr. and Mr. D. C. Ely. Mr.
and Mr. H. L Stevenson, Mr. and
Mr Wm. H. Howeir. -Mary- Ellen
Long, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cole, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Spencer, Mlos Beryl
Long, Mis Anna Aldredge, and Mis
The neat dance of the series will be
given May 25.
Pretty Bridge Party Wednesday.
Mrs U A. Morris entertained at
iiridre on Wednesday afternoon at her
home on Ninth street. Her guext
ere members of the Wednesday Af-
Si , a, .
. .: i W- v ' iat
WESTERN WOOL CLIP MOVING.
. MOHAIR MARKET STEADY
AGAIN IS FIRM.
A Cm4 DtMSf lit Oreee) City fee
AM Kinds ef Farm Predwee-7
At Tee) Prkes Live
. . Stack Wanted.
I ' J ' - ' . IV,
Sllahtly higher In all Unas and hold
ing arm Is the situation In the local
markets. Prodpce la bringing good
price, bog are more than good aad
all lines are at the height of (he spring
In commenting on the wool market
tha Oreconlaa says
The new wool clip la beglnnlag to
mote In th West; but In a very alow
way. There baa been very little trad
Ing yet In Oregon; bet tn other Weal
em atatee a few million pounds have
been taken by Eastern buyers,
The mohair market Is of Interest
to many la Clackamas County. The
sit sat taa in the mohair market has
earwa little change n the peat week,
so far a demand is concerned. Prices
are advancing as result of advance
la sales of the new clip In Weat
All depart meats of grain market are
firm, -The condition of the mill feed
market is one of extreme n mines.
Northwestern stocks are light and the
California demand would soon clean
them, up. If holders were willing to let
Quotations foe Orenon City.
POTATOES Are quoted at $1 Ti
to 100. with some leaking la from
the country dally. Grades are not
veiy high. Extra fancy will bring
belter than 1100.
FlXtl'R AND FEED Flour I
steady: selling from IS to IS.W, very
little of cheaper grade. Feed la
higher and rising slowly. ; Bran brtnga
from 125 W to $:.M, shorts :t, roll
ed barley 31 to 132. I' roc ess barley
133. wbole.corn 111 to 3t. cracked
com 3I to 33. Wheat S3S.
t-l A V tlf.lfa aatan. as mm A isi.a
Copyright .,rtcaa Pr Aaaxtalk. 1.1L , s ' I . "Z T""", tTI.
we p,eaam ens - ws a earn, g,v.n.i sa i , eaae-
HEBE is little of the soldierly appearance la the tea urges ta who are oihy Is worth III to 130. clover 111,
eanslns- ad tha trouble In Mexico. Like Klnllnar'a Fnsav Wussv. tbe41 nr "arce at IU.50. mixed H to
There's One Form of Investmn
vrhlsli ! aaeeMely safe far e.. ,,Cni
It never slumps In waive. ..
Its Integrity la wnejueetiened.
TM return Is certain.
Principal Is always available,
Jt baa ne element ef apsewlatlen.
It ts a SnTfugs Accotmt tn
' The Batik of Oregon Citv
rt.. nil... w..i. t. w..
. , sua vjum an a OS vwaoiy
f 1 CajtW
THE " FIRST NATION ALT BANK
ol OREGON OTY , OREGON
t eaeacte a Oanerel Bank In f Suelneae,
p,en frcea K fc
I aa aft. am
t...r.nl la W rniu-h Uok il " hut ha mmmnm ta mmrm tka auktnca 1 '"' WWIU 1B
of -a fast rate.Bgbtin ma a "that la. he can do the sort ef fighting
OATH Are higher, gray selling
I m 11 ff Sin m ktl. SV RA In
pitched Uttle. but be bldee la the bills .and boshes aad snnoys the regular , bCTTEr" Ordinary country bring
Jjooos 'sent to subdue htm. The center picture above shows Oeaersl Blsnce j front 15 to 10c, fancy dairy from loo
aad Bis staff. General Blanco la seen standing on the step of the shack shows to 23c, and creamery 23c to JSC.
tn the plctorswUe la wearing the la rgei straw sombrero ttpUal of Mexico, i EUCS Are ranging from Itc to
His staff la composed of a nondescript lotjof men. rnclutnnrrn-t)crtortier4Jov-accordlDg to grade.
vniteo BUtes soldiers ana Meucans. Tbir nnlrorm r..nl-t r the clothing
they were wearing before they took op arms or of srb varment m tbey
have been able to pick np during the oamjwllo. A a r iitrri to these troo
the pictures of raited States regulars are liitrretliig t)t of t tie pl t urea
shows members ef the .Twenty -eighth Infnlitrr p e'sr'ns i'i-I- beds for s
sUghrs rest after a hard day at drilling. TI j.il,er ii n.ti-' a the Twe'ity
second regiment on Its wsy te camp and a-llevmi h'v.i of m mrt se:ir-
UKW V tWM BUBI Ul IB Bill.
ternpon Bridge Club and friends.
The first prize was won by Mrs. W.
A. Sbewman and the second by Mrs.
L. E. Jones. Both prizes were pretty
The house decorations were of
lilac and dogwood blossoms. The
hostess wss assisted by Mrs. W. R.
bogus in serving a luncheon.
Present were: Mrs. W. A. Shew-
man. Mrs. L. E. Jones. Mrs. C. G.
Huntley, Mrs. C. W. Eastham. Mrs. J.
N. Wlsner, Mrs. Lena Charman, Mrs.
E. A. Chapman. Mrs. W. R. Logiis,
Mrs. M. D. Latourette, Mrs. C. D.
Latourette. Mrs. H. 8. Mount, Mrs.
Theodore Osmond Mrs. Nelta Bar
low Lawrence, Mrs. J. R. Humphry s,
Mrs. Edwsrd Schwsb. Mrs. Henry
OMslley, Mrs. E. O-Baker. Mrs. A.
A. Price. Mrs. C. H. Meissner. Mrs.
E. P. (lands. Mlsa Marjorte Caufleld,
Mrs. C. W. Evan. Mil M. L. Holme
and Miss Nell Caufleld.
Fiah Warden Arretted and Dmiad.
Deputy Flh Warden Rathbone was
srrested here yesterday evening,
ehsrged with larceny of a boat Ac
count of the lack of evidence, the
prosecuting attorney threw the caae
out of court.
POt'LTRY Firm with lliilegoM
stork offered. Hens will bring ltc If
In eitra good condition more. Old
roosters are poor at lc to loc, broil
ers bring" from X2c to 24c, with good
demand. . .
Wool Wool prices are ranging
from lie to He.
MOHAIR Prices on mohair have
been way up aome having brought as
high a 39c locally. Quotations are
35c to 37c with demand strong. -
DRIED FRIIT8 Locsl prices are
firm at from se to 10c on apples snd
prunes, peaches are 10c.
SALT Selling 50c to 90c for One,
60 lb. sack, half ground, 4)c; 75 for
100 lb. sack.
Portland Vegetable Market.
SACK VEGETABLES Carrot.
$1350 $1.50 per sack; parsnips. 1.25
11.50; turnips, 1.25j 1.50; beets,
VEGETABLES Asparagus, ftOctf
11.73 per crate; cabbage, new, 13 per
hundredweight; cauliflower, tl.60r
11.75 per dozen; celery, California, 75c
I MAGAZINE BINDING!
Don't throw your magazines and
periodicals away. There is
much valuable information in
them that will never be publish
ed elsewhere. The cost is little
OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE
Our boy will call for the mag
azines if you Phone.
R. W. & R. SWard
We de general repairing, week en machinery ed
work aa new. Experts with naaellne engines. '
Phones: Main fStd, Heme Itf. .
1M FOURTH STREET OREGON CITY.
Oregon City, Woodand Foci CompAay
F. EL BLUHM
. Your wants Supplied with any quantity of 4 foot or it Inch weat
llveeed te any part ef C'ty. Prices, reasonable. - k"
Satlafactlen guaranteed. ' . Phore yeur enter,
Heme B-110 Cor. &th and 0tr,
Paslfle Main S602 ' Oregon CHy.
'THE AMERICA HAHlsl-
tJ0c er dxen; cucumlers, .&0tf I
JT f V iwr Aittftf Hinlinl ISo bee Ih I
r- . ' .
garlic. lcCM2c per pound; lettuce. I " ' 1 TmBaB
flfaes Saaea imII KsU BntfSftSLaS last I It an I Ufa t . . " " Visjnj.
III La. . .
012 per boi : - peaa. ae lo per . " . VJ ti: "
peppers, lOcOJse per pound: B; V,;i . Z.Z?"
. . ... ..
'" wnno time -The ASMflcu
Harem' will be ataged aad t (at
will draw a big croaqV Ta
radishes, lie per doaen; rhubarb, 24c
CfSc per pound; sprouts, r tomatoes,
120 1X25. V
lOTATOE8 Oregon, jobbing price,
ttM W hundred; new potatoea, 7c J lactlona. There all) be a Mmm Lj
Z,,!Za - hi wlfl U, (.mod is tea
ONIONS-Jobblng prires: Or agon ' lh- . f thm " 7 2T"
12.50 per l0; Anstrallan. 3.50 per . ,K. , Z
100; Teaas, It 25 par crate; Callfor-; - ,,. BB1, ,r, ' Lr?
j cored in tola manner, aa there til
; be one of the ladv and one fur tW
. VBini IBimnn a SrakStaaa-ail I auloal... ,ti
ri.. ... w.i Mn...ni... ... r : ' u
log good -prices 1!5 lbe. tqJSQ JImi
lc; nu ins. to zoo ins., sc.
nla. 2 per crate
Oregon City Stock Quotation.
HO IS Hogs brought to Oregon
TCAL CALVES Veal calves bring
from c to loc according to grade.
BEEF 8TEER8 Beef sierra for
the Im a I ma-keta are fetching I He to
me live weight. .
8HEKI- Are firm al 4e to 5e live
weight. . -
BACON, LARD and HAM. are Arm.
. as aassasaaaaaaBBsBBaasasa
Weel at St. Lewis
ST. LOI I8,' May .4. Wool I'n-
changed. Territory and Western
mediums, 15rl7r; flno medlunvd 13
015c; One, llJI!c.
be given to all
evening will be Mr. Kornlrvfi. a
1-urtiaol. who Is a sell koowa dor
tnintst of thai city.
Challenge Single Jtx ;
There will be a meeting sdanM
by J. D. Steven aicainet the "Sim
Tai" neat Saturday evenlag.. kirt,
at o'clock, at i he eaat end ef th
Mr. Steven rhallriut any Dipt
taaer to meet him In drbate. Iirm
wss one of the flrat workers for direct
laglautilun In Clackamas Covaty,.
Send tha Morning Cntarprtai.
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TV.!.0 furntotol br OS. UursaabierarrBaraafaawt
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": iiioarattnfviwmn thT a mliinaW
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(Lr?. T awftwdr au.ftd or do Uh to see a
taS ri Pur eKao- and m. m,H m. t,m..
actaal rsctnry enst. to. umaio u t. i.li... . niubiw
f'f !... ? "T BMT a blerrlaor a pair ot Urra fmoi m m
mil row rrai va ear esuhirw snd kra our susaarl otsa
lir'Lr" Vi sue fmm w. mn I. kikn
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rldtne, vary dumbla . d "2A tZafllm
-wruiaiquaiiir orrulir, whlrb never be
eomaa rxir n n . mmA .ki..h .1 . .
CT?.n!r"i.w1tt!2!? allowing the sir fi
Vf , , h " , , : " r1 " " h-i 1 m irom asllsfled etisuj
M oa. uTirfS.'"'"?!' ' '''a no more
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elven br seversnsjrers of IMnT.. JL.7. n .
fMlaa Iha WojJrl
la aeavaat nm aatti.
tlr7w4ll sail! TLA
0 per pair. All ortVrathlP.""
have eismintwl imWa m approval, lou no not pay s o "
k w. wii; S'& 'rmnl hn atrtrtlr aa rapraaamti. . ais
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It Wouldn't Pay to Advertise
A Poor Article rr
. Nor a proposition ef doubtful merit er heneaty for ed-rad
nowsdsys," art DISCRlMlNATlNO. tThsy know vali-h,y int
GENUINI things, genuine) apportunltles.
Any article Uileh an'ba aold by advertising ia,V
OOdd artlcls. YOU "are safe In buying a thing which Ms "
tha firs of publicity." ' '
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The maker ef widely advsrtlssd article, er commodity. I
way en trial for hla business life. Ha sannet shirk, nor cheap"
product and this Is the bsst possible protection or the as"''
Vou are SAP! In buying advsrtlasd 'things ll'c , lh ,
nowsdays bualnssa condltloM. "