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MOltXIHO ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1911.
4th of July Specials
Every Department contributes specials
to this Big 4th of July Special Sale.
p to $18 Suits
for men in the new
summer styles, best
values on earth.
Special $H. 85
Beautiful 20 to 25c
lawns in all the new
patterns, 4th of July
special 1 7c.
$1.25 to $1.50
vvaists, special 88c
House Dresses at
SUSPENSION BRIDGE CORNER.
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A Test of
II Recoiled al Leal on Him
I Dy STELLA ANDREWS I
Copyright by Am.rlr.n I'r... A mo.
Where II Paid.
Nmkeiii-I don't think ua De Jay
know enough to plrk up rlil.
Lutein-He knew enough to pick up
II I put down bat olght.
Herman Rmlth, of Cerua.-wBa In
thla city on Tueaday.
W. A. Klnimell, of Roaeburg, waa
In thla city on Monday.
Krrd Joaal, of Carua. waa lo thla
rlty on bualneea Tueaday.
I. Vlerntia. of 8ione, waa In thla
rlty on bualneea Tueaday.
A.-"W. Chancy, of Portland, waa In
thla city tha flral of the waak.
Mr. Mulvany, of ITnlon Mllla, waa
In I hla city on bualnaaa Tueaday.
& CTHunlTaapiullBt of Eatacada,
aa in thia city on u""1""" ,
iw.i. of Molalla. waa tranaact-
Ingbuelneaa In tbra city on Tuesday.
W. W. Bradley, farmer of Redland.
waa In Oregon City on bualnaaa Tueaday.
Tharles Snence.- of - Beaver Creek,
tranaactad bualnaaa In thla city Tuee-
Wllholt atage will leaya the Electric
Tnicl each day at I ociock p. m.
David Jones, of Carua. waa among
Hie Oregutt City bualnaaa vlaltora on
Mr. and Mr a. F. Drown, of Omaha,
K.h.. wmrm In thla city on Monday
ur. v. irvln. of Aurora, waa In thla
rlty on Tueaday. Mr. Irwin la a prom
Mr. anil Mra. Elliott, who lla near
n... .... rmmi, In thla city on
lirui.i i i.rni
vii. cnma winn. clerk In tha of-
tt..'. .f i fount v Clerk, la 111 at her
home at Canemah.
ii war and wife, of Oranla Paaa,
Hre In thla city, and are registered at
the Electric Hotel.
V ii... n Baaltla. waa In thla city
nn bualnaaa Monday, and registered
h( Ihe Electric Hotel
Mra Mini, llornahuh and eon, Al
lu rt. of Shuhel. were in thla city on
Tueaday visiting relatives
Mra. Itoy Martin, of Portland, waa
In thla city viaitmg nar pruu.,
and Mra. F. A. Mllee, on Tueaday
vii.. ki.ii. Miller haa returned to
i.a noa a ' --
her homo In Aurora, after a brief vlalt
In thla ell), the gueat or Mra. W. H.
Bruce ('. Curry, an attorney form
erly of I hla city, but now of Port
land, waa liuthla city on legal bual
IjkIIi'h' white canvaa oxforda, $1.25
lo f2 valuea. Special at 85c. Oregon
City Shoe Store. 2t
Mra. Hoiinle L. William, alater of
Mra. E. Italiey. haa gone to Fort Dodge,
Iowa, to ape ml tha aiimmer with her
alater, Mra. Alnaworth.
Mr. Shepherd, a mall clerk of the
Southern Pacific, la In thla city, a
iiat at the home of Mr. and Mra.
W. A. Elite, of flreenpolnt.
Mlaa Clara Mitchell, who haa been
ill with lonallltla. haa recovered and
la able to reaume her poaltlon In the
office of the County Aaaeaaor.
Ho Tohen ami Frank Frampton. of
thla city, left on Monuay evening mr
Kanaaa City. Mo., wnere mey nave
accepted poaltlmis In the paper muia.
Mfa. Charlea Ladd and aon, nirdaall.
accompunled by the former'a mother.
Mra. S. E McCullWk. leu on uea-
ay afternoon for a brief visit wun
Mra. Frank Olnba. . .
Mr. and Mra. Charlea Lane,1 of Pen
dleton, who have been Mailing me
lattera alater. Mlaa Ada Bedwell, of
thla cltv. have gone to ronianti.
where they will vlalt before going to
rr K a. Hommer. formerly of Ore
gon City, haa moved bla office to 1017
orbett bullillng. porliana.
George. Elgin and I Ilaldwln, capl
.hat. of Salem. Mr. ana Mra. j. n
Elgin. Mr. and Mra. II. B. l nipman,
of Portland, were vlaltora at the home
of Mr. and Mra. W. R. Ellia. oi ureen
Dolnt. Ihe paat week
Mra M Mulvev left on Saturday tor
Thrallea. where aha will vlali her
Hai.uhi.r. Mra. f. E. t'aiianan. una
waa accompanied by her aaugmer,
Mlaa Margaret, who returned to Ore
gon City on Sunday evening,
B. II. Poollttle and wife, of Sioux
ciia Month Dakota, who have oeeu
vlaltlng the former'a brother, A. R.
iu.ii.i .nd wire of thla city, have
in Mmrlwrit. where mey. win
apend aeveral weeka with hla aon, Dr.
Doollitle, of Newoerg, wno iu.,
arrived at that place to practice hla
profeaalon. Mr. Doolltue la an
lenalve property owner of South TJa
kota. and will Inveat In aome of the
Weatern hind. He nae purcnaaea
large tract of land In Montana, and
will vlalt the Hood Kiver couiury w
fore leaving the atate.
John W. lender will leave on Satur
taw tnr Rochester. N. Y.. where he
will attend the imperial
"It'a my experience," an Id Paul
Marktiaiu to lila friend Tom Ellinon.
"thai you ran never lull wunt a wo
iiiuii la going tii do."
"You uu-au a girl."
"Miild or wife, a mini muat alwaya
lie on lila tciiiinl fur feur of getting
tolled up witu Inf."
"Ih you nii-ii i). I'm til. Unit If you
were inurrti-d your wife would try1 to
flirt with uie. your friend T" i i
"And do you uieun further that 1
ebould' luive to lie on tny guard to
avoid (rvutliiK you dlahouoralily?"
"Tout, you're the aoul of honor, but
I wouldn't truat you or any other mini
If 1 hinl au attru tlv wlfo who would
make love to you." ,
TIk-u all I linve to any to you la
that you don't know me." -
The two frleiiila were eeparated eoou
after thla and did not meet again for
aeveral yeara. They correaponded for
a time, but Elllaon drifted to South
America, and they loal track of each
other. Then Elllaoo aiilled for mw
York on hla way to Chicago. At the
railway at a Hon be waa making bla
way to the train when be waa aome
wbat roughly elzed and twirled half
'Uolug on thla train f" aaked Panl
"Yea, Are youT
"No. I'm here to aee my manager
'You don't mean to eay that you are
"Men uaually marry aome time, don t
they. Are your
"You don't object to taking charge
Go nteiing bla hotel one 'morning
the clerk toaaed him note, lie look
ad at the auperacrlptlon and lost aome
of bla color. It contained an Invita
tion from Panl Mark bam to dine with
him that evening, the mlaalve ending
with "Why didn't you write, old
man? If It hadn't been for Winnie I
wouldn't have known anything about
' So he muat face the frleud he had In
jured In thought If not In deed. How
could aha after all that bad occurred
between them have enabled her bua
band to dlacover bla arrival In New
YorkT lie thought over every poaalble
excuae, anti-thougb all were poaaible.
none would aerve the purpoae,
On bla arrival at Markbam'e boue
Panl'a frlendllueaa, affection even, cut
him to tbe heart "Come right In, old
man; Wlnne'a expecting you with tbe
aame pleaanre that I am." He led tbe
gueat Into tbe drawing room, where
be waa received with a telltale bluah
rather than cordiality. "Oh. why,'
moaned Elllaon to hlweelf, "did ahe
put him on to my being In town f
"What the deuce la the matter with
you twoT exclaimed Mark hum. "You
look aa If you bad beeu doing aome
thing you are aabamed of."
The lady'a tlualj declined, and an
expreaalon of excruciating pain paaaed
over biiieon a iace. , -
"Well, come Into dinner," pureued the
boat. "I'm going to get It out of one
or the other of yon before we've fln
lehed." Though the worda at ruck Elllaon
with terror, Markham did not eeem to
conalder tbe matter aa aerloua. Tbe
boat rattled on during the earlier
coureea,. evidently delighted at aeelug
hla old friend: Winifred appeared 111
at ease, and Totn looked aa If he were
aitUng on a hot gridiron. "Finally the
boat aatd with apparent aeriouaneaa:
"Tom, do you remember our conver
aation aome yeara ago about a man be
ing obliged to beware of another man'a
Elllaon breathed an almoat Inaudible
"Yea." ' ' r-
"And you poobpoohd the Idea that
you would ever bare to atrnggle with
yourself under euch clrt-umatancea to
treat me honorably!"-
Tom'a face expreaaed agony and waa
red aa a cock'e comb.
"Well, it looka aa though Wlnne bad
been tempting you and you bad fall
en." "Pauir Winifred looked a command
"Now, aee here, W'nne. didn't yon
on that Journey to Chicago propoee to
my friend to run away with your ..
"Panl, you have no bualneag to"
"Never mind that Didn't your
' '"Now, Tom, how did you receive the
"Whatever the fanlt. It waa all
mine," faltered Elllaon.
"It waan't any aoch thing. You're a
man of honor. It waa the woman
fanlt. Such things alwaya are." v
"I aaaure you, Paul." protested Elll
aon. "your wife waa elniply carried
away by a passing emotion."
"Yea. and a lovely wife yon have
"1 have a wife? Jot much! I
wouldn't trust oue of 'em out of my
Elllaon looked from one to the other
In astonishment Winifred waa both
A VERY MEAN
By HARRY MENDENHALL
Copyright by American Praaa Aeao-
"WAT TUB UaOCB I THB MATT KB WITH
lady, do you? How far do you
"I'm for Chicago ana wouia ue ouij-
toe alad of a companion, uui uj
dldu't you aend me your
"Wedding cards! How abould 1 Know
your address? But we've only time ror
the Introduction. Come along."
Thev hurried Into a car. Near me
door Markham paaaed and aald to hU
friend: "Walt here a moment. I winn
to aay thlugs about you ioo cuuiu-
nienury to be aald In your neanug.
Elllaon waited while Marnnam
bluahlng and laughing.
Thla haa gone far enough, raw.
ahe aald. "Pleaae explain.
"For heaven'a aake." exclaimed Elli
son, "let me out of thla or I aball col
"Well, old man." replied me nosu
"yon do look a trifle rattled, and I've
had all the fun I am entitled to at
yonr expense. 'Know. then, that I re
membered your high toned worda about
realatlng the tcroptatlona thrown out
by a frlend'a wife, and on meeting you
In tbe atatlon on the eve of your de-
weddlng parture for Chicago i aaw u vvv
tunlty to ahow you tnai i was ngu.
I Introduced yon to my slater aa my
wife and told her to go for you. She
did It beautifully."
Reada of perspiration atood out over
Elllaon'a face, ne took. out a hand
kerchief and wiped them off. then
emptied a glaaa of wine that atood be
fore him. Thla waa rouowea vj
x. .maihirf haiffn love and re-
the Shrlners that will convene at that . " ., .. .. ,,,, . v mifred. after which he
place on July 11. Before returning jo t.. .v , .omethln. t0 ner to ' t on Mtlu, h dinner.
riroirnn rilV Mr. LOUer Will linn I " . ... .l .. . . . ...,. .l. nn...
.:..,.M..Ptta. Rhode Ialand which ahe evidently asaenteu. men Tam," hiu
anH other Eaatern atatea. He will be beckoned to bla old frleud to come on.
Joined at Rochester, N. oy nia wu Elllaon when ne mei me iaujr
and aon, Jack, who ara at present via- aelljfntcd at the troaHit of bavWii
it inn at Peoria. III., me gueaia vi nn.. h.t wou)d otherwlxe be a tiresome
M. Mclntyre. formerly oi ureitou wu. ,ourner niBd0 moaaant by a very at
Mr. Loder will be gone anoui " limlln. The train moved off
nd hi. nince win u.
charge of S. P.-Iavla ana Misa aucb
I Yms for the Asking
ttl A G vr
.- : For ud we wllCglrcJyoo with
. " new "
4 months subscription
' 7 at 45c the month
6 months subscription
- at"25c the month
alowlv and Markham hurried out with
"Gootlby. old boy! winne n give
you my address. rite me.
There are more nncomiormim.-
than a parlor car on a inrougn mnrouu
tralu. The nolae la largely shut out
and whnt oue hears haa a soothing ef-
An ever changing panorama is
observed through clenr glaaa wlndowa,
and the chairs are luxurious. Tom El
lison and tbe lady under hla care, seat
ed aide by side, chatted, read the newa-
papers, doxed. nte frnlt. nnd uiua mo
Brat day of The Journey passed delightfully.
In tbe morulng they hreaarnsioti to
gether In tbe dining car. etlll auooting
over bridges, rounding hills, moving
on the margin of lakea. nrw and again
H..iinff into the nean oi a ton-ni,
Hnrely there le
er again will I lend rayaelf to another
f your abominable pranka."
"Not till I ak you to do' another
man." waa the complaisant reply. ,
"All I aak." put In Elllaon. "la that
If the opportunity ocenra yon will do
It all again."
"Anything yon ask," replied the lady
by wny of atonement, "la granted."
"Very well. Saving your brother'a
presence, will you mHrry xaeT'
"Got hlin!" from Paul. "I knew yon
could do It!"
Tom Elllaon changed hla ticket to
one for a Inter date, and when, he
sailed Winifred Markham Bailed with
him bb hlB wife.
"Who'e been done." he aaked nli
brother ln-lnw. "you or If
A Beautiful Orina PLAQUE0cC0,, -d Handsomely
" ' ' m a a . A LAa ffPflVOT
There are a variety ot patterns iu
SCORES YOUNG CATCHERS.
Plteher frank Smith Saya Boaton'a
Juvanile Backatopa Are Jokaa.
-Tnimff catchers are great atuff."
no more attractive says Pitcher Frank Smith of the Cin
cinnati Reda and rorroeny oi uw
cago and Roaton American league
"The more 1 aee of tbem the more I
wlh that Ihe lawa permitted the hunt
ing of them In eeason. aame aa par
trtdires or snipe. In Boston they aa
nlace to break one'a faat of a bright
I' u .... . 1 .1 - K. win.
morning than aiuing o.u -
dow of a dining car. and with a
pleasing companion It la delightful.
During the aecond day of tha Jour
ney a disagreeable fact would occa
". ' .. ... u.oif nnon Elllaon.
J0"1'5 '. ::.A. .noke of Tanl he ,,gned a kid catcher to backstop me
minMl tnot ane who i mij
For the drat time
r'.u. nniif alction earlv.
i i-. . r
I :iscriitr.MayiHave Them Too
Vpreient subscriber who willbring us four
cew subscriptions we will presem v.
ttantiful dishes. rV ' '. .';
;VU .IttCTIONS MUST MAOf AT THE 0FF.C. OP THt ' .
. . i mill nl Nfi
DANK OP ORK0OIN LI it uu.a...
....im Af .nAther.
Williu . l.lr..
In hla Ufa ha found nimaeii uii.u"..-.
bitter feellnga toward
He waa not only aurprweu. out .u-
a.. war n Ci 1411.
ed. Aa the duy wore on u ----
ed with alarm. Markham a w
(coming out to him with wflnca
with emotlona wincn. inouu
thrilled him. seemed altogether too
I sacred to be Imparted to any one not
near and dear to ner. .
In a month Elllaon waa back in New
York. He bad noi wrmru
Ld had no Intention of writing him.
Indeed, be had engaged pnaurt for
1 -T.-i. . m.Ha and Will waiting fu
I ..mr to aall. dreading the while
. MnMa. nn
nnon mere w
first and this boy signaled me for three
BUccesalve pitch ouib. I sent mres wi
ones, the runner never moving, and
then settled myself to get them over
when that kid algnaled for a fourth
pitch out. I walked over to him
Kid.' nld 1. Ton are slgnallnK for a
ha on- balla." I on! your nerve or Vt
vi.nr memory r The hoy hnil km al'
trsi-k of ihe number of b n
tliiDwu f nun." ' 4
They bad arrived al that critical pe
riodan approaching engagement. Ev
ery Indication pointed to their form
ing a binary aysiem. but the alltnteai
Jar might dlaturb the equilibrium and
aend both far from each other into
apace. All weakneasea were carefully
pot away where they could nol beaeeu.
and only the noblest aentlmenta were
exhibited. At thla Juncture he er
petrated a bit of waggery that came
very near spoiling the w h .le thing.
"What I object to In your aex." ha
aald, "la your want of i-hurity for en b
"Noiiseuae! We are no more un
charitable . toward women than you
men are toward men."
"A woman will never forgive a wo
man for doing what, under similar
circ-nmatauces, ahe would do herself."
"Give me an Inatance."
"Well, If yon were to know a girl
that a man hnd kissed"
"Not being engagedr
"Not tielng eugaged-you would con
sider her Impure."
"1 would conalder that be bad
"And you would condemn her."
"That dependa ukii t-lrcumstancea
What man doea the klsalng?'
"Who la thla girl who haa so little
respect' for herself f
"Aa Aaron Burr aald, 'I never klaa
and tell.' -
"When did yon klae herf
. ."Where r
"Down by the lake."
Her tone waa getting colder with
very Question and ber color rialng
with every reply. i
"Had you any reaped for herr
"Lota." . . . ,
"Ha v von any respect for her now?
"Just aa much aa before khe kissed
"Kissed your '
"Yes; she gave me the kisa. but I.'
with mock gravity, '.'was too pure
miiwiwl to kern It. I gave it back to
There was a alleuce for atne mln
ntea. They were Hittinj: In a ru.J.h'
seat the mnn cutting off orerlntig ur.
leaves with a slendr caiic. tlie ilrl
poking the dirt Iwneaib hir with th
end of a nanmol. He hyil ler milk
ing love to her. and lie iimHid'.iretl
h. this klsxlnir unoibir i-lrl wua
Bbomlnuble and hU telling ber of It
effrontery. Never hi lta sli was to
proud to reproach hlin.
"it'a time fur nie to go and dresa for
dinner now," xhe mild.
"I'm sorry you. are :olng away blam
ing me for kissing this girl."
"Oh. I suppose you men think you
are entitled to take w hat yon can get
You have no principle. 1 condemn you
for that aud the glii for permitting
you. In this case, aince the girl kissed
von first, she must be shameless.
Thv hnd reached the door, and she
went Into the house looking very aul
Duriuir the next few daya he waa bo
devoted, even loving, that ahe forgave
him. He said he tuougni ane buouiu
forgive the girl he kissed aa well, but
ahe reD led that ber part wos noi
matter of foreiveneas. but of opinion.
ner onlnlon waa that a girl who would
permit any man to whom ahe waa not
engaged to klaa her could have no self
respect Ae to a girl kissing a mnn
under auch clrcumatancee. auch a siri
.. nn in Ka conaldered by the re-
anortabla members of ber aex. .
The flowers were growing more fra
grant and the love passages warmer
Khe waa aulte aure he wouia propone.
but he seemed In no hurry to come to
the point She waa growing Impaneni
in hear hla "atory." especially as iuej
n anarate In a few days. While
ittinir on tbe rustic aeat before men
tinniwt aha felt hla arm stealing arounc
u. w.i.t it drew her to him till
thir chpeks were very near. He klaa
Her criticism of a few daya before
had allnned ber mind.
He did not propose at the time, but
h was aure a proposal waa coming.
Then one day he told ber that be had
tasted her and found her wanting.
She aaked him wbat he meant and be
..i.i that he would not approe or
girl who would permit a man to kiss
her to whom ahe waa not engaged.
He muat have been a very brave
man to do that: certainly he waa a
very mean oue. To drop a spark into
a keg of powder would be a compara
tively safe thing She gave him Just
one look, then got up. and. with bead
erect, noatrlla expanded and eyes
flashing, started to walk away from
him. But he caught her aklrt -and
held on for dear life. She turned to
wither him with another look and aaw
him with a smile on his lipa. a half
merry, half frightened look In his eye.
"Forgive me." he said. "Tbe tempta
tion waa too great ror m-
")o to that other girl wnora you
Do you know who tnai omer gin
"No. and I don;t wish to know.
"She la my little friend Leila, ner
age Is five. If she didn t kis m- ur
fore being engaged to me she never
would, for 1 hope to be married be
fore she la much older." .
Paace waa declared ana mey
married, but hla wife haa never entire
ly forgiven biro. .
WHO IS Y0UN0C8T BALL
PLAYER THAT tVM '
"Who waa tbe youngest ball
player thai ever mude gnodr
aaked Wilbur Koarb. tbe young
Inflslder of tha New York Amer
icana, recently of hie teammates.
"1 don't know," answered
Chase. "Who la ll thai holds thla
youthful record r
"Why. Fielder Jones, of
course." waa the quick rejoin
der. "You aee. be waa a Fielder
when be waa born."
Some of tbe playera recovered
and were able to leave tbe club
house In an hour
HWWHHI I I I I I III II U
FrA.h Aviator Whe Teefc Part
In Ihe Parle-Maoris' Centeet
WHY STARS ARE, SCARCE.
Hal Chaaa Saya There Are Not Enough
"Players For Sixteen Clubs.
It Isn't often thul Manager Hal
Chase of tbe New York Americana can
be atarted on a baseball talk, but when
he doea loosen np be ahowa himself to
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photo by American Press AaaocUUon.
BD WALSH. WH1TB BOX BTAB TWULBB.
be a diamond philosopher. Some one
asked him the other day why It waa
that ao few ball playera atood out head
and abooldera above the reat refer
eace being made to Cobb. Speaker,
Collins. Matbewaon. Devlin, Lajole.
Brown. Johnaon. Evera and v alah. in
the old daya there was not auch a
marked difference In playera.
"That's eaay enough," replied Chaee.
"There are about enough tar oau
players to go around In ooi" league.
but there are not enough ror two
leagues. The country doesn't produce
enough of tbem. In tbe old daya only
eight cluba had to be auppued. . Now
there are sixteen big league teams 10
be looked after."
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Wants, For Sale, Etc
Notions under these etaaetrled Baa4tos
IU he taisercea at one oeet woro.
inaartlon. helf a sent eddltlonaJ I
tlona. una Inch cere, ti per mowttt.
inch eere, nneaj si per moom
Cash muat aooompasy ereer nnieee en
has en open account with tbe peper. Ne
financial reanooalblllty lor errors; waert
errora occur tree ourrect.4 Botice will b
printed for petren. Minimum enerce lte.
WANTED $1000 loan on good prop
erty. Address A-10, ca.ro Enterprise.
WANTED Yon to know mat wo buy
all klnda of Curioa, that wa aro In
the market for aecond hand Furni
ture and Toole. We also have a
good assortment ot aecond hand
Furniture and Tooia on hand for
aale to thoae in need. Come anJ
aee; perhapa we have Juat what yoo'
want Indian Curioa and trinkets
for Bale cheap; some that are very '
unique and also very rare. GBOROB
YOUNG, Main near Fifth etroet
FARM LOANS Dlmlck uimica.
Lawyers. Oregon uity, ur.
HEREBY notify all ouamess men
and dealers that I will not be res
ponsible for any debta or bllla con
tracted by my wife, Lto V. Mold
enhauer, after June 10. 1911.
C. W. MOIJJENHAUER.
k.. u t in .hi iinHatiou'of n go.d
f,l w -It Jewelry la In bad t:iie
uny time except with elaborate
Don't werir soiled aud mussed frills
and niching. You hnd mucn oener
wear ierfectly plain clothes rittiom
trlmmlmrs If you cannot keep these
dainty accessories fresh aud without
-Don't foret to see lh;il or Mouse
la properly fastened lifforv lemmg
your mirror. The wnlst gn pi m: "I'en
at Hie bnck uot only l'"ks i-nrvlees.
bul may cnue ymi some eiuimrruss-
iHiu't allow your sUirt ! llp from
under your licit. In these days i hen
ore so' many devices for hoi.ling the
blouses, skirts nnd la-Its In pluce that
there Is no girl who t-annot liud oue to
answer her puniose If nhe ouly tries.
Don't wear shoes or gloves that have
lost their buttoua and never wear
ahabby ahoea or gloves If yon can pos
.ihi avoid It. Keep the former nicely
polished and the hcele straight: keep
the buttona on and the ripa mended In
FOR RENT Eight room modern
bouse on Sixth and Madison atreeta.
Inquire 708 Madison atreet J. I
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN On first niorV
gage; 1500 and upwards; one year
or longer. Apply at once. Croaa A
Hammond, Attorneye at Law, Bea
ver Bldg., Oregon City.
BUILDER AND CO"TCTOR.
Place a two-poung paper hag over
each branch of grapea when he fruit
Is the else of email anoi. i k -tects
the grapea from Insect and bird
injury, and Insures extra-choice clus
ters. Fasten the mouth or me
close about each atem, with a
or wire, or atring.
HARRY JONES Builder and General .
Contractor. Eatunaiee cneei imu
given on all claaaea of building
work, concrete wafta and relaforcoe
concrete. Res. phono Mala 11L ,
O. D. KBY, Attorney-ai-Lw. muuej
loaned, abatraota ruroianevi. -Utloa
examined, estates settled, gen
eral law bnatneas. Over Bank a
Oregon City. .' -
U'REN SCHUBBEL. AttorBeyV
Law. Deutacher Advokat, will prac
tice in all conrti, maka coBectloBB
and aettlemenU. Offlee In Bate
prise Bldg, Oregon City. Oregon.
B. H. COOPER. For Fire Inaurancr
and Real Estate. Let ua handle
rtsar propertlea we bay, aall and
nauaa. Office In Bnterprlee
Bldg., Oregon Otty. Oregon-
Are you a subscriber to the Morn-i.-
....,nriMt if not vou ahould call
and let ua put your name on the eut-
acriptlon Hat immeaiateiy.
Thin the fruit If It needa It: thla la
bia old , better paying method tnan proPo...s
Cod Farm 0anta.-v;J
Don't wear colored of fancy open
work stocking- with your sireet shoes
Alweve choose plain t klUgs to match
the ahoes In color. ,
Don't pin your ruchlng and dreea
shield. In place. Bte them Instead
and aee how much more comfort they
give you. It really doesn't take much
longer to baste than to pin.
Don't think that because collarleee
dresses and blouses are faahlonable
on can wear a low cut dresa on tha
street There la a vast difference be
tween "collttricsa" and "low necked.
Don't 'buy any cheap Jewelry and
imagine It look like anything but Juat
: Z - I
What vot eet for yof money la as Important u U
amoont yotf pay. A low price without qoality
t. nti- a haroAtn. This Is a qoallty alsre. the
merchandise that we sell nwst be good, ot tt does aiot
$ret in here-that' alL That Is why we can and a
Koarantee perfect satisfaction to oar ccrtamers. Ia
a policy that has sacceeded, too, and cad ,oa t-.
largest and best department store mttU city: To-J . ,
we direct yoe attention to:-- ' ' '.
House Df esses, tz0
1 $1.50, sab C '
; $1.75, sale price "
a 0' . l
V. A. HOU.:23 ;V
'617 Main Street Ort C"7, f
that he might ron arr