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MORNTNQ ENTERPRISE, SATURDAY, JU1E' 1911.
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' ORBOOg CITY, OREGON
at. K. R0O4E, Edit and Publisher,
' "ntared M aarond-r-laaa Mllrr Jan
MkfT 9, 1U. at the poat eme at Orrao
Mry. Othm, wader tha Act of March
tow ir scnctipniN,
ON Tie, by mJI
i Months, br
Pour M oaths, by mail
a wmc. by carrier..
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Flrwt Paaa, pw men rtret Inaartloa . . . . lie
rowj ran, aw Incs) idM Inaartloa. .lee
ftafarred poaMtoa, any pa. Bar inch
rtret Inaartloa.... ..lie
leiaiie poattmi aay page, par Inch
added haeertloaa lac
Runjaapmrotriar than first pVPr lack
1 flral Inaartloa. Y............r....lss
. nun Mr etner man mat aeaa. par la
MM laaarUoaa se
tacaJa lea par Uae; to reswlar id var
us ar aa naa.
Want For Bala. To Rant. ate., ana
ant a word ftrat taaarttan; on -half cwl
RatM - for, advertlatng to .ha Waakly
Cntarrrisa will ba tha same aa la (ha
daily, for advertlaamenta art especially
lor tha waakly. Wrier tha advertisement
la transferred from tha dally to tha weaa
y. without caana. tha rata wlU ba a
aa Inch for run of tha paper, and las aa
wick for apodal poariUoav.
Cash ahould accompany ardar whara
unknown In bualnaaa offtoa af
' 4 I ... .J J S.1
Red Cross Surgeons and U, S.
Troops Help Wounded at Juarez
Illl Mr ...... .r- ... . ..
Mui-rv in a nrt i : ' 11
tin l!re iliuwt nriu n .mi.- n l ?
an 'in-. -arnil -' f.:n ' -y . .if
ptilllhf MMIle ll'l III I. -lie'. I Mill.' ill
luted With Water I olioiliti
Legal advertlatng at legal adrerttelii
Clrcua adrartlaln and special traaalant
advertialn at tto to See aa Inch, accord -
m to apaelal eoadltloaa . governing tk
1 and Bankrupt Bala-', advar
Sao Inch ftrat insert loa: addl
Moaal luain tloaa sane mattar Sa Inch.
Nawa it ma and wall wrlt'an arttola
uf atari t. with lataraat to local raadara.
win aa vtedly accaptvd. Rajtad nua-
aerrpta aavar raturnad unlcwa acrompaa
ad by aU.oa ta prepay poataaa.
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
June 3 In American History.
IMIS-Jpffaraoa DarU. stateaman. bora:
1881 StcpbM Araokl DooicUa, all I
Bao, died: bora 1813.
IBSS-Prasldaot Uroaar a aval a ml waa
Btarrlad In tha Wblta Bona ta Mlaa
rraticea Fotaotn of Baffakx
' (From noon today to noon tomorrow.!
H Sob acta 722. rlaaa 42A: mooo acts
- M : Biorw at irraataat UbrarJaa
at: 620 p. bl. ran fern rim, boob
Brat quarter to rooatallatloa Lao: ptaa-
t Mrrarr aaan rlalnjr befor ta
To Eatarpria has been Informed
that th Portland Railway, Light 4
Power Company haa not only reduced
th ratea for lighting in the city of
PorUajid. but In Vancourer as welL
The Mount Hood Kanway Company
Dot la pimM I Ihf mr uui- rub
bed wlflt ttUl freuni ai.il ' n d itb
puwdrratt oatmeal lr .! Uul
For pointed elbowa mm klua In hot
water for tea minute and than nuta
artmr with a cream wbh-h baa a baula
of ollr oil la a rood tbln. For fat-
ten las tb anna la general bath them
alternately In hot and cold water.
Ba lining with cold. In drying tl
Besb It la a mistake to nib too bard,
but If tbe drying proceaa ta not tbor
oagb tb skin will become coarse. It
la seldom that arma are. too fat For
ench caMva there are several run mare
roller which If spoiled will cause ibe
flesh to melt away like dew before
tbe mnrtiin "(in If the wrist bt' prH
erty tlrrrM II will krvft mender and
then tl aouid im ttttti' iiii o inmv'liio a
tu fal artu I rtnyt n uuiit ail
be eaeni'i emiely l iimHIna
each l litem uimh tbe ihutui tip t
tip friiiiia a riinil then- MtniiK
and rlimhi; Meti' time III u-it
skh 1 in will t f.-ninl iti a (lit L-rat
ly l ihf .i(.ni f the hsuda
whw-n iiiriit a iii -uluie attraction.
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abtaa eopyrlsbi lly Amaricaji Praaa Aaaeeladoo.
Heart to Heart
Bjr EDWIN A.. NYE.
ANT BOBCombatants were wounded at Juarea during the Bib ting that
finally resulted In the capture of Lb city by tb Inaurrectoa. Indeed,
many praona were wounded and several war killed In the city of U
rase. Tax., across th Rio Grand. After Oeoaral Navarro bad aur
rwadered tb United State I roups stationed at El Paso and along the bound
ary Use to praaarr neutrality were abl to b of serrlce In caring for lb
wounded. United 8tatee army surgeona and other working uuder tbe fllrec-
ttaai of tb Bed Cross tendered their eerrlcoa .to tbe wounded without regard
to their sea Omenta. Score of (boa who bad bean etnick by bullets war
brought ecroee th bridge to. a Paao. mam bars of tb Fourth Tnlted fits tee
cavalry being used to carry tbe wounded oa Utter to places where they could
bo eared for properly. Tbe plot urea above abew one of tb wounded aoldlere
beta conveyed on a Utter across the bridge over tbe Rio Oraode and a boy.
who had been wounded In tb leg, receiving Brat aid from a surgeon.
haa entered Vancouver and propoee "Lott la blind."
to rurniah light and power in that
city at a rate that ia considerably low.
,r than that charged by th Portland
Railway Light A Power Company.
, Competition did it in Vancouver.
Politics did It In Portland. "
As usual, Oregon' City Is dlaciiml--aated
against, and our City Council,
with plenty of authority under th
city charter to regulate rates for light
ing and power, does nothing. But.
maybe, the Council will do something.
We shall see.
Just before election the public eerv
Ice corporations get good.
Our Commercial Club haa been rath-
er quiet of late. Her ia a real live
propoeition that will benefit nearly
every family and buainesa house In
The Portland Railway, Light A Pow
er Company's power station is Just
across th river from Oregon City. It
Is not In the city limits, and pays no
taxes. In Portland the concern pays
about $1000 a day, and still It Is will
ing to reduc th rstes for lighting.
This Is a matter that every resident
of Oregon City is vitally interested in.
It means dollars to all of us, and dol
lara that go out of town and dollars
that do not come back.
We should like to hear from the
citizens of Oregon City about this dis
crimination. Does It please them?
Are we not entitled to aa low a rate
aa la charged in Portland and Van
couver, when the company has the
advantage of a lower rate for trans
mission of power
And if we are entitled to it, why
don't we get It?
There la a way.
W. H. Fisher, of eWyrtle Point. Or..
WBAT IS TK.UE LOVE?
Love, which Is the tcresiest thing In
the world, often haa been slandered by
the proverb makers.
Love la not blind. - It la acute and
open eyed. More than that It baa ln
elght. It seen below tbe surface. It
aeea tSa" real, tbe unseen. Where oth
er eyes see deformity or weakneaa love
aces strength and beauty. It doe not
Jud?e by appearances. Whereof some
of o should he glad, because, baring
neither comeliness uor grace, keen eyed
love rinds Itotb. It eea ibat wbicb ta
DO WELL III PLAY
"DOT, THE MINER'S DAUGHTER,"
IS DELIGHTFULLY PRESENTED.
lo Its rapacity with an eathusiasiic
Th play naa in fire acta. Tbe caal
of character was a follows:
David Mason ..Kenneth C. Hendricka
purchased the Poland China hoes for
merly owned by Fred Nosier of
Mr. A. J. Logadon, of LaCroaae,
Wash., Intends to Import several car
loads of brood sows from the Middle
Another mistaken surtax:
"True love is first love."
It may be. Often it ta not. Csu.illy
first love Is a sort of a mushroom irmw-
Ing sentiment. It is nol inaptly term
I "puppy- love. Ordinarily It
not last long. True love la an out
gushing fountain that freely give. It
will last aa long aa It la appreciated.
It la more than a mere sentiment. It
la mature affection.
"True love never did run smooth."
But It doea usually. Why not? True
love la harmony. It concerns two per
son. Where there Is adaptation there
is accord. If there lie outside Interfer
ence It will not last nnd nmix.t avail.
A real proverb Is that wlilib sm.vs.
"Love laughs at lorktnith" It Is tbe
false lore that does not nm moot hi j.
It csnn.t by the very nature of t blues.
The rouith waya of true love are most
ly tbe Invention of the romancers.
And still another:
"True love cannot die."
It can. It doea die dally. It may
be wounded so that It bleeda at every
pore, And It may be murdered out
right Mostly It la killed by neglect
or Indifference or lack of response or
inattention. Ton can easily starve It
to death. Like life Itself, love grows
and thrive by what It feeds on. And.
on the contrary, you may feed and
pamper raise love to surfeit, and It will
surely die. Tbe seeds of death are
I submit that true love Is so precious
a thing It should not depend upon
proverbs, even though the proverbs
tar never been challenged.
Without It earth would not be.
Without It there could be no beaven.
Dot. the Miner's Daughter." waa
presented on Thursday-evening by
the Senior clasa of the Park place
High School In the assembly room,
ind proved a most successful enter
tainment. The young "people played
does tMr Dttru exceptionally well.
Tbe play waa given under the di
rection of Professor Jollev. suuerlrj.
tendent of the Park place High School,
and he, aa well' as ;he young people
participating, are deserving of much
credit. The assembly room waa filled
Herbert Mason . . .
! Royal Meadows.'.
tJeorge Clltion ...
; Mrs. Mason ;
. -. Rrnest puree!)
. . Adolph Spcls
. ... ..Adolph ftpelas
. .. Waller Monger
.Mildred C. Harnett
. .Myrtle H. Holme
. . Ethel Butt
Poolroom Open Today.
E. Bailey and Milton Price, of this
city, will open their blllnrd and pool
room In Ihe tlambrlnua bulldingvtodayJ
Tne pnoiroorn la the largeat ra JJtr
city. The room ta 722 feet long and
22 feet wide, and the five pool tables
and billard table are of the newest de
signs. New electric light fixture have
been added, and new chair and
bencher will be Installed the flrat of
QUALITY IS EXCELLENT ANO SIQ
YIELD IS EXPECTED ALL
n Home grown raAibage Is arriving in
th local market, the quality being ex
cellent. . 8le were reported gener
ally around S and 3 cents a pound.
Outlook for cabbage production In
t hi section la much better than ever
before and th crop will eooii alart
moving In aarnrat. rnusually fin
growing weather was ahown very ear
ly in the season and th plant were
given a start nearly a month earlier
than uual, although those who did not
plant at that lime were delayed aev
eral weeka On. account of adverse
weather which followed th mild apell
Arresg of cabbage haa been In
Creased all over the state and present
indlcattona are that Oregon will ahtp
more cabbage to Ihe outside than ever
before. During the paal two seasons
considerable cabbage waa Imported
because of the shortage lit Ihe local
product and prices wer unusually
high most of th time.
Quotation for Qreaen city
POTATOES Ileal. i:.60, good
$2 35; common, I. Buying, carload,
eelec. 13.10; ordinary, 11.90.
FIX)UR AND FEED Flour la
ateady, aelllng from IB to 35 50; very
little of cheaper , grades. Feed Is
higher and rising slowly. Bran bring
from f 24-50 lo $27.50. ahorts 121 to 130,
rolled barlejrtll.KO to 133.33, proceaa
barley 33, whole corn 331 to 133.
cracked com 133 to 333. Wheat 333
to 133. '
HAY (Buyln.) Timothy lit to
111. Clover. $13 to $11; oat hay. $14
to $!; mixed. $t3 to $11; alfalfa, $n
OATS (Buying) Oray. from $33
to $37; white, from $28 to $23. .
BUTTER (Buylug) . Ordinary
country brlnga from He to 20c,
rancy dairy from 30c (o 32c, cream
ery 32c to 28c
EGGS miying i at ranging from
13c to 20c, according to grade.
POULTRY (Buying; Firm with lit
tle good etock offered. Hens will bring
He. If In extra good condition more.
Old rooatrre are poor at Be to 10c. broil
era bring from 22f to 34c, with good
WOOI (BuyV.g) .Vool prlcee are
ranging from 12c to 14c.
MOHAIR, (Buying Prices on mo
hair have been -aay up, some having
brought aa h'jh as 39c locally. Quo
tations are 37 He and demand la atrong
HIDE-! Buying Green hldea, 6c
lo c; sailers, 54c to 4c; dry hldea,
1 2c to 14c. Sheep pelta. 2&c to 75c
PRIED FRUITS Uk-sI prlcea are
firm at from 8c to loe on applea and
prune. Peachea ar loo.
SALT Selling 60c to 90c for line
People who "Invest"
" tnWrf rises rmllns ibwmaii- i ;
ar usually dl.speamtj. ""'""y lar,,
Thsy fsll t pat Ih lntrst thsy sapcotsd and th. ....
money passes ! thra. Mrl
Tha money saver ahould take na !....
Wh.n you d. po.lt your m.n.y n . T(m CBitilUal ,
logs Department af thl, bank, It remains under ! .!! ' 1
earn a a sure and steady rat f Interest.
In this kind er an irweatmsnt.
Th sooner yeu Begin, th. seonsr will you b
sj i v w i n (j fjBiiBinwvi
The Banlt of Oregon City
iii in ii i ii - 1 i' i - mil i t i n -m1
u. u. Miiiiunr.1 i aj rixiiitsi
THE FIRST NATIONAL 6ANK
ol OREGON iTTV, OREGON ' ;
Traneaeta a eiral Sanklng sUrSln. opsn rv A
Or egon City Wood and Fuel Comply
. ,. F. M. BLUHM '
Yeur wsnts aupplled with any quantity of 4 foot er II Inch
llvered to etiy pari f C'ty. Pria, reaaonabl.
Paeifls Main 3507
Fhors yawr eran
i ji a. i iiui
MY I :HHS
V! ' "-i-iiK... V5. eraaas -rwa arMawa.iTlS
VV asoawa ma limtii w. a. . , .. .
banrela. We ship to anyona .n; IZZ. Mur,7n V iTT " ae
la sd.snea. er .. aad allow TlBJ Wavb' Pa"a1rr.,.?2
wbh-h una voa assy ride ie Uereir"B5 Jul u ,"
fastcxv n:zit WiSi
slfaetnryerat. You ?...? SrattaJ
Ina dlna.- of aa atwf h.v. i. '..r.' TT""'."1""" Una ll..
Bta sin ai. TW - r ' wir a ruarant. biJ 7
-IV!) js 7v. rXltz-":
1 - -ii-i r r i ii i i ir
t lm am u u . r . "a. II
.""- Vaaaa, wsiwm aa Ht taa awaat.
n .Kiiumi uMJuasuu pairs aula last year I
nrjMBVBVinsi. Msila la all l tl
ridlns. very darsble and lined fuaMa with
a aia-t-tsl uusltly of ruMr. atalrb namv i.
ruawa porous a ad hk-h rkn un ,..n
r'""! aiiovina taa air in iuim
-.pi..iiiniimuuMiiniiM...iiujuj.Hu. ii M - - - - .
atatlivthallhelrtlmhsveunlylawniNiaipedapoiiea I J 'A"aad aaaatafssir)'1
orl.l,-. In ah..la Thay welh nraathss 1 C aad M0"aTaTrlsTain?-a.
J tST. r' rt PunoMir raaiallns Quslltiwa brntom J 1 peansat rim asatas. taa
Ur anil aatlaat aa stw
a ' a
I7Tj!. ' arifs o bn. socially praoareJ I. M
Pomanrl V.g.t.b.. Mark.,.. ! f ' vTO
SACK VEGETABLES - C.frots llIJij- 1
$125$l-i0 per .ark; paraulpa. $1.2:. S-L--SSi
. VEGETABLES Asnaraaus. CfiirSlitr:
, Br JT WSW a - ay ar asu . a a . . - t T --a
11.75 per crate- eabbase. oa. Ii .
hundiedwelght; cauliflower. $t.,o(
$1.75 per doien: celery, California, 7Rn 1
uc per aoxen; cucumliera, $1.60f
$2 25 per doxen; eggplant. 15c per Ih ;
garlic, locfjf 12c per pound; lettuce,
50c per doxen; hothouse lettuce, $1.50
tt$3 per box; peaa, 9cjllc per
pound; pepper. 30c35c per pound:
radlahea, 15c per doxen; rhubarb, 2c
3c per pound; aprouta. c; tomatoes
POTATOES Oregon, Jobbing price.
$2 60 per h'indred; n-w potatoee. ?c
7 Vc per pound.
ONIONS Jobbing ' prices; OrVgon
$2.75 per 100; Australian, $3 60 per
100; Texaa, $2 25 per crate: Califor
nia, $2 per crate.
Oregon City Stock Uuotatlona.
HOGS Hogs sre quoted Ve lower.
Will Be a Bait
Br HENRY CLEW. New York Banker
HEN THE PANAMA CANAL IS FINISHED A FOOTHOLD IN
THI, VICINITY OF THE ISTHMUS WILL BE A TEMPT
INQ BAIT TO SOME OF THE GREAT POWERS, AND I
, FAVOR THE . BUILDING OF IMPREGNABLEf ORTS TO
V GUARD 'THIS GATEWAY BETWEEN THE OCEANS.
.-s' ;:! ,Tbo canal will belong to ua, and we should make it STTtONGETl
;' than OibraltAr, and I believe that in their hearts all tbe lUtttsmen of
" Europ would think it -FOLLY if we did not take those precautions
: Aj man takes out s fire inturance policj, hoping and believing
' that be will never have to collect it, so we should fortifr our port as
saal W . i BB
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MAGAZINE BINDING I
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 DffERPRISE
Our boy will call for the mag
azines if you Phone.
From 13S lbs. to 160 lbs. Sc fns
160 lbs. to 300 lbs. $S.
' VEAL CALVBS-Veal calraj kflK
from so to loo according to (rait.
BEEF STEERS "eel W
th local markets are fUhlnIV
6He llv areigat.
MHEEI i iirm at 4 Je W
BACON, I.ARO and HAM, r rB.
SELL WOOL NOV
Before Congress RPI
We Pay Top Pf Ices
Oregon Commission Co.
Dealers In Hay, Grata
Feed, Coal and
Mfh and MAIN STS.
MISS MARTIN ENTERTAINW
Osmss and- Muale Ar aturj
Mlas Freda Martin, who l"
on Sunday for an extended viB
Tacoma, Waah., was tnderdvS
prta party at her home on S'fJT
street Frldsy venlng. "";
wss devoted to mimic, vocal m '
stramental, and gBtnea. foiloweaw
refreshments. Thone present
Bdna Gale, Neoma Armatroal.
Armatrong. Mabel Nelaon. Qre '
cog, Henrietta Ellis. Frada Mr"
Kdmond Bollack, York Himni
Dewey Hammond. Robert 0reen.f
thur preese, Dalles Armtrnn,
aid Sllcox, George Rooaet Oleen '
mlah,, Fairfax Myers.
Mrs. R'sabr0r Ha. -slajy
Mrs. John Rlssberger. llr,"kJ
Eleventh and Monro streets, w
been 111 for the past month, a
was Improving, haa suffered a rU: '
nd her condition la serious
The Oregon 0-7
Arsenate of Leod
Il2vf0rc!.n end Teed.
. ii jtfwnrt ..tieUiqEOTED.