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MORNING ENTERPRISE, 8ATUKDAY, JULY 8, 1911. , .
((Higgling Ytuftg Artist.
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- i . 4 t.
Irs. V. MUieis, or rwii,
to this city on rrldsy.
Irs. W. 3C. lavls una son, or cams,
r. in tru jii rriuaj.
J.tr liohlcoiUr, of Heaver Creek,
In this city on rrwey.
itrob (jromtlUr and eon, of Sbu-
wer In ihls city rrway.
Irs. K0U jone. or varus, wu in
city KrliUy visiting friend.
fry tnai Wisconsin bwim cceeae,
imund at Karris' arocerr.
iordon I low, of I'orflitnd, hss been
gui of Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Stuart.
Ltr. Ilrhtwl and ton, of uiaraea,
iti lu this city on buitliin rrldsy.
Mr. and Mr. Ira II. Wilson, of Motv
r, vVsh., br In tbla city on
Mrs. Fiuodvman, of Hbubel. acrom-
iUkI by her son, waa in tola city on
ulay. . ,
lisvld Jones, of North Carua, waa
inng tha Oroicnn City buslnsss visi
r K. A. Soinmer, formnrly of Ore-
City, baa moved bla office to 1017
rbett building, Portland.
raM Wllrog, of Ragle Creak, la
thl Hty the guest of tbe family
. V. Krsucls.
A. Mils went to Kstacada on a
nnrM trip Friday.
rnr Olde, of Tillamook, la in
city for a few daya, and la regis-
rd at tbe Kleotrlc Hotel.
IMIaa Cenevleve Green, of Portland,
been visiting ber parents, Mr. and
. (iroen. of tb Went Bide. I
Jark Murrlll, a aurveyor of 'thla city,
i aiH-eoiea a pomiion wnn in
tmnt Hood Hallway Company. -
Morris and Alice llolman, who have
rn .visiting rejstlves at MrMlnn-
lil. have returned to Oregon City.
It's too warm to hake. Why nut set
I'yal Ilread. Fresh every day a liar-
V. M. Hardin, one of the well-known
Irmera of Alma,, Clackamaa county,
lita In thla city on buiilneaa Krlday.
Mini Amy Jackaon, of Portland,
re In thla city on Prldsy visiting
ie Misses Eiiin and iritis jackaon.
Harold Swafford and John Mulkey
111 leu re next week for California,
l)i or i hey will apend tbelr vacation.
Miss Cornelia McCown, formerly of
lis city, but now of gellwood, waa
thla city on Friday visiting reis
THE PEOPLE'S STORE
Ma tonic Temple Building;.
Green Trading Stamps with all purchases. Kv
Special Bargains '
.Colonial Rugs, t'xH, mad of absolutely clean rags, guaranteed fast
JukI the thing for
CoUIrn Oak and Dark Stained finished. Special price ,. $1.45 each
Ladies' White Wash Men's Clothing
SllltS V hav about 90 8ulta .which
Cloning out several atyles of r going to do out at a
White Waah Suits, some with apeclal price. All ar worth
nice trimming, others with em- mUt, mor ln we " ,or
T7oijry. arieinhtr iw f oar 1 1 " j , , .
ASpedgi PHce , Special Pric . .
1 $1.35 $12.50 per .ult.
YotMs orthe Asking
. : 'ASK
, For and we will give yoo with a
new .;; .
4 months subscription
at 45c the month
' TO THC :
A Beautiful China , ' PLAQUEDe d Handsomely'1
There are a . variety of patterns to choose from.
Make your selection early. A ,
Subscrihert.Mayi Have Them Too : ;
To any present subscriber who will bring us four
new subscriptions we will present one of these
beautiful dishes. )
ALL SKLCCTIONt MUST Bl MADE
BANK OP OREGON
i , ICddle Parr hss returned borne from
a month's trip with tb Miller Carnival
Company, where h had charge of tb
concession. . .
Mr. H. K. Uren, wbo ha been in
tli hospital at Portland, baa been
brought to ber horn In tbla city, aud
Mra. Nellie Ilurdlu will leave on
Sunday morning ' for Dallas, wher
ab will vlalt relative, returning ber
the latter part of July. ,
Wllholt aiag will lav tha Klsctrlo
Hotel each day at o'clock p. m.
J. Weldner, of Heaver Creek, on
of the well known farmer of that
aeellon, waa In thl city on buslnsts
Friday on hie way to Portland.
1r. and Mr, ti. K. Slusrt returned
to Newburg on Wedneaday, having
apent tti Fourth of July In tbla city
with their eon, Dr. C. A. Btuart
,Wllllam Ackerman, a former real
dent of Oregon City, l.ut'now of Port
land, wa In tbl city on bualnea
and vlMltlng among bla friend Friday.
Mra, paulln flchwsrtx, after vlalt
Ing hor daughter, Mra. Winnie Poylan
at Calhlamet, Waah., returned Jo her
horn In thla city on- Wedueaday eve
Mra. A. A. Prle will leave today
for Victoria, II. C wher b will
vlalt hnr alater, Mr. Oldateln. ,Mr.
Prtc will b gon for about on
If you want augur and fruit jar
at th right price go to Harrla' groc
- Mr. and Mr. J. M. War left on
Tburaday evenln for Palouae, Waah.,
wher they win apend th aumnier
with their daughter, Mr. U. A. Kanda
and Mra. E. W. Wiley.
Mr. F. A. Mile and daughter, Mr,
(ilenn, and eon Fred, who recently ar
rived her for a vlalt, left Friday for
Portland, where they will ' vUh tb
former's daughter, Mr. Roy Martin.
O. A. Cheney, wbo ba been living
at the Wllcng bom about two mile
from thl city on th Abernethy road,
returned to Oregon City Friday to
make bla home at the F.lectrlc Hotel.
Mra. J. M. Price and two children,
of Han Franclaco. after a vlalt with
Mr. and Mr. A. A Price, of thl city.
price, of thlsytty.
been for the past I
where tbey have
month, left for their bom on Thurs
Mr. V. Cbarleatrin, of Los Angnlea,
wbo waa formerly Mia Ethel Jack
aon, of thl city, will arrive In Oregon
City on Sunday, and will be the guet
of Mlaa Harel Francla. Mr. Charla
on, will h accompanied by her young
Do not fall to read J. levltt' ad
vertlaement In thla laaue. '
Harvey A. Ttlchardaon, a merchant
of Roaevale,' Cal., who has been vlalt
lug hi uncle, R. D. Wllaon.of thlacltl,
has gon to Canada, wher he will
vlalt relative, and will accompany
bla wife to California, who haa been
vlaltlng In Canada for aom time.
If. L, Price, of California, ha ar
rived In thl city to vtult hi brother,
A. A. Price and during th latter ab
sence at Wllbolt, wher be goea thl
morning for bl vacation, Mr. Price
will have charge of bl bnalneaa her.
II will afterward go to Wood burn to
hav char of the gents' furnlahlng
bona of Price Proa.,- which opena on
Mr. and Mr. Charles McLellan, of
Portland, were guests of Mrt. M.
Johns, of flreen point, th first of th
week. Mr. and Mrs. MacDowell, of
Portland, have been tb gueata of
Mrs. Johns, having Just returned from
sn automobile trip, -when fhey visited
camping, etc. Special
6 months subscription ,
at 25c the month .
MrMlnnvlll, Yamhill and returned by
way of th Kaat Bid, Waiting at
Commencing on Monday, July I
Merchanta' launch will b ervd at
the Fall Coiifuctlonery and Luncb
Itoont, lot Main street, from 11 to a
o clock; 26 cent.
1 Do not fall to read J. Levitt ad
vertlaement In thla laau.
CROWDS GROW AT
(Continued from Pag 1.)
. Ilaaeball Dlllworth Derbl v.
C'ryatal Spring Park.
7: IS Hand Concrt Naval Rerv
leading "An Abandoned . Elope
ment," Mlaa Deatrlc Honey.
i Concert Apollo Concert Com
MILL OWNER FREED
OF SAWDUST CHARGE
FRANK DAVENPORT PROVES THAT
- HC HAS NOT VIOLATED
The charge of allowing aawduat to
get Into Deer Creek agalnat Frank
Davenport, a mill owner, of Ames,
was d In ml lined by Justice pf th Peace
Samson, on Friday. Davenport, who
was represented by Georg C. Brow
nelt, denied the charge and tb testi
mony of tb witnesses for tb state,
th Just Ice of the Pesc decided, wss
nt sufflcleut to allow the cane to
go to tbe jury. It waa shown that Mr.
Davenport, sine ba was tried one
before on th earn charge, bad piled
(he sawdust from his mill on an elevs
tlon. which la abov tb high-water
mark. Sawduat get Into tb gills of
nnh and kills them.
Heart to Heart
' By EDWIN A. WYE.
THC CREAT SECRET.
Do you Ilk tb world In which 700
Uver If you do, b therewith content
Tint If you do not Ilk your world
you ran cbuuee It to suit you.
Impossible? No. Ton csncbsnge your
world ' by changing your thoughts
Where your thoughts are your world
will be. .You live in yoor thoughts
Tbey euconipiiM you. Tbey mnke o
unmake your life.
Lt begin by aaying: V f "
You bsve body. ou bsv a mind
But you ar a soul. Tost la to aay.
your body always obeys your mind,
bur your mind obeys yoor aouL ! Both
body and mind ar ei-Tauta of your
Do you a7
U 1 easy for yoo to see, of 1 ours,
tbst your body obeys your mind. Your
body reMouds to your mind aa a big
couiplvx luucblu obeys the lever.
I)ut IMli'K tb same Ogur behind
tbe lewrbfvttie machine Is tbe man.
I lob I ml yourWnd Is s higher 'power
that is In yoi
How Is tbitt? VU. for lurtthtfre, if
ynu are thlnklu wroug tlutt:bts. or
bad llioughts. or ui'sMild thoughts, or
motin oriflMU tbouchts. you can say
to your uilud: r '
btop! Stop sud U-rlu to think right
thoughts. And your mind will obey. .
It In true, and th proof is tbe trial
of It Bccsus you ar set above your
mind aa its sorcn-lgn. You can mnke
It loy. It Is your slav.
Whatever you want U d or be. be
lieve font it In hwII)I and. try. Keep
on believing und trying, and. as sure
ly as anything, you will tlx what -you
want to do or be whnt you wnnt to be.
It I. tl.a of tha ...rq
. Modern ryhology has revealed It.
The grent men of the pnt learned tbe
secret nnd thentvy become great On
one side, junt bow tbe power to do does
hi yet a inyHtery, but on tbe practical
lido It is as simple ax ABC.
By it you can win euecees. , Tb di
vinity tbnt is in you, if you will use
It, will raise you above world of
doubt or worry or meanness or self
ishness gnd mak yon a world of con
tent, of usefulness, of satisfaction, of
peace. . , ' - . '
It is wonderful. It Is tree.
He fall In Acten. ' t
Tbey Wr (uiklnif ot wsr. and the
young man mentioned turn oue ot nis
ancestors wss killed during tbe Revo
lution " He waa a brave man.'' 'ha
aald. "and we ar nil very proud of
' Tb young wnmsn, looked Hnslve, :
"I bsd so uui'ie'wbo was kliitHf in
war, tbe vers rirat tisetie ne ever Vent
to," she- aiitd. "He was only a Vri
vat. so h hsdr" iimde any rein-d. '
"That whs h,srd. oaid tne tVuiing
man. "to be nbot dowu In hi nrvt .en
. H wuan't shot "'down.' said l'
yonng woman. "He tell and ornke ms
neck when be was running downiiii.
I think war ts awful cniei. dou t your"
, GLAD HEARTS, ,
There are souls in the world who
have the gift ol finding joy every
where' . and ol leaving il behind ,
them when thev go. The influ
ence is an inevitable glsddcmng o
the heart. . Il seem as li a shadow
ol GxTi own gift had psated upon
them. They" give- Iwhl without
meaning to thine. ; These bright
hesrtt hsv a great work to do lor
God Fabr ,
Vsnts, For Sale, Etc
Helae un4r Uutea taaeiri4 ha4lns
WIU be IOM'J si mi el a word, riret
iBMrium, half a snl .Idiilocai Utmmr
llona. oae l h em4. It pr muath fUt
lii-h rrd. 44 nm j $1 ir axmib.
Cash mum sceompaar mi Aw ankM n
haa an op acaount with (ha paper. Hi
tlaanolaJ rMpunatblllljr Utt errors; wKn
arnwa oenur fraa cwrraolad not lea will k
printa4 tor stron. Mimiaum ariaraa U
W A NTED Yoa to know test w boy
all kinds of Curios, that w ar In
'tb market for second hand rnrnl
tur and Tools. W also bsv
good assortment of second band
Furniture and Tool on hand for
sal to tbos id need, Come an J
see; perhaps w hav Just what you
want. Indian Curios snd" trlnkt
for ssl cbesp; aom that ar very
unique and also very rare. OEORGH
YOUtfQ, Mala near Kirth street.
WANTED Ooo neat girl for general
hdusework.- loqulr Mrs. Frsnk
Bunch. Both phones.
WANT i; aiuaii advsrtlsements for
thla ool'iioa. prlcea very reason
able. t rate at had of rolima.
Rend tb Morning enterprise.
WANTKD You to It now that tb En
terprla lob printing department Is
tb most com plot In to mats.
outslO Portland. Trr It tor your
FOR SALE Space In this column
- Hell that old plow or harrow; yon
don't us It sine you purchased
' rent new on.
LOST Between Chautsuqu grounds
and Seventh Street Hill a pillow for
baby carriage, center of case hand
embroidered wrcatA of leaves. Fin-
der leave at thla office.
FARM LOANS Dimlck a Dlmlck,
Lawyer, Oregon City, Or.
O. D. . EBT. Attorn ey-at-Lsw. Mony
loaned, abstracts furnlshd. land
titles sxs mined, estates settled, gen
eral Isw busloea. Over Bank et
U'RKN A 8CHTJEDEL. Attorneyst
Iw, Deutacber'Advokat. will prac
tice in all courts, mak colJsetloas
and ttlmnts. Office la Enter
prise Bldg. Oregoa City. Oregon.
11 In mm 1
HEREBY notify all ousmese men
and dealers that I will not be res
ponsible for any debts or bills con
tracted by my wife. Lw V. Mold
enbauer, after Jon 10. 1911.
fj. W. M01J3KNHAUER.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN On first mort
race: IS0O and unwarda: on real
' or longef. Apply at oncu. Cross lA
Hammond, Attornsya at Law, BeaI
ver Bldg., Oregon City.
BUILDER AND CO ""raj ACTOR.
HARKY JONES Builder and Gsneral
Contractor. Estlmat chseitallj
given on all classes of building
work, concrete walks ana reinforced
concrete. Kes. Pnoae Mala 111. .
IC. H. COOPER. Fo' Fir Insuraner
snd Rest Estate. Let ua handle
your properties we buy, sell and
eichsnge. Office la Ra'erprlse
Rtdg., Oregon City, Oregon- -
will be on sale at
Gladstone Park, or
you may have it de
livered to your tent
every morning by
that will be maintained
A full report of daily .
; eveuts will be pub-
lished every day. .
Order now and ar-. '
; range for delivery. '
jYou will want extra '
, copies to send away
, Call, write or phone
: Circulation Department
I tnterpnse I
I -BHaWaVJsMraHH I
L. O. L. Netlc. '
AH member of Derry Lodge "Ho.
1S4. U O. U, and Tru BIu Lodg
No. 1(7, ar requatd to me at
A. O. U. W. Hall at 10 o'clock a. m ,
Sunday, July th, to attend divine
worship at th Methodist church.
Notice St" Guardian's Sal ef Rssl
NOTICE U hereby given that the un
dersigned will sell at prlvat sal
for easb in hsnd a one-ninth (1-9)
Interest In tb following described
property, to-wit: .
. Tbe east half of the - northeast
quarter of section IS, T, I 8, R.
4 E . of the WUlamette Meridian la
Clackamas County, Oregon; said l-
Interem comprising all th Interest
f Ernest MarsbslT, a mlnort there
in. This sale Is made by virtue
of an order of the County Court
of tbe State of Oregon, for Clacka
mas County, In tbe matter of the
guardianship "of said Ernest Mar
shall, a minor.
Said sale will be held on and
after the 17th day of July, 1911,
' and offers snd bids for said interest
In said land will J received at tbe
Estacada State Bank, in Estacada,
Clackamas County, Oregon, and
sale will be made for cash In hand
to the hlgbest bidder tberefor.
Guardian for aforesaid.
. NOTICE FOR BIDS.
OTICE Is hereby given thai
aealed proposals will be received .at
tbe office of tbe City Recorder, for
the furnishing all labor and material
for building a concrete culvert be
tween Fourteenth and Fifteenth
atreets on John .Adsms afreet, until
4 o'clock p. m. on tbe 12th day of
July. A. D. 1911.
Each . bid must be accompanied
by a certified check for a sum
equsl to five per cent of tbe total
amount of the bid, which sum will
be eubject to forfeiture to Oregon
City In -esse of tbe failure of the
successful bidder to furnish tbe re-
qulrrf honria and enter into a writ.
ten contract for aald work. If called
upon to do so. within tbe time speci
fied for the same In the Ordinance
providing for aald culvert.
Proposals must be made upon
blanks furnished by Oregon City.
Tbe right to reject aby or all bids
or to accept any bid considered most
favorable to Oregon City la here
Each proposal must state tbe time
required for the completion of said
culvert which Improvement work
must be done according to tbe Or
dinances ef Oregon City and the
Charter thereof, and tbe plans and
specifications governing said work.
Each bidder Is requested to fur
nish separate figures for tbe doing
of all concrete work with Clacka
mas River sand and gravel and for
tbe covering of such concrete work
with one-half inch wearing coaL
Tbe notice ia published pursuant
to an order of the City Council of
Oregon City, made and entered at J
a apecial meeting thereof held June
22. 1911. , ,
Date of first publication July L
and . the last publication July ',
Jt . ' Recorder.
ORDINANCE NO- .
kN Ord I nance to change tne grade
Monroe street, Oregon City. Or.,
frtm the south side of. Third street
to the south aide of Fourteenth
Oregon City does ordain aa follows:
Section 1. . Tbe grade or Monroe
street, Oregon City, Oregon, is here
by changed from the south aide of
Third street to the south side of
Fourteenth street from the present
existing grade to tbe .following
Commencing on tbe south side of
Third street within an elevation of
297.5 feet, thence across Third
street to north side at an elevation
of 297.5 feet, thence on a descend
ing grade to south side of Fourth
street st an elevation of 206.00 feet,
thence on a descending grade to
tbe north side of Fourth street
to an elevation of 265.00 feei,
thence on a descending grade 165
elevstlon of 258.00 feet thence on
the south side of Fifth steret at an
elevstlon of 258 0 feet, on the esst
side of Monroe street and 257.0
feet on. the west side of Monroe
street. Thence level across Fifth
street on a descending grade to the
south side of Silth street at an
elevation of 260.0 feet, thence level
serosa Sixth street, thence on an
ascending grade to the south aide
of Seventh street at an elevation of
?M feet on the east side of Monroe
F5eTang'aC3',lt'Ul tHI'TIlt? :i;l gill
of Monroe street, thence level across
Thence on a descending grade to
the south sde or Eighth street at an
elevation of 262.0 feet, tbence level
across Eighth street at an eleva
tion of 262 feet, thence on a descend
ing grade to the south aide of Ninth
street at an elevation ot 251.0 feet
on the east side of Monroe street
and 248 feet on the west side of
Monroe street, thence on a descend
ing grade across Ninth street to the
north side at an elevation of 249
feet on the east aide of Monroe
street and 246 feet on the west aide
"of Monroe street.' '
Thence on a descending grade to
the south side of Tenth street at
an elevation of 230 feet on the east
elde of Monroe street and 228 feel
on the west aid of Monroe street.
. Tbence level across Tenth street,
thence on an ascending grade to
the south side of Eleventh street at
an elevation-of 232 feet on the east
aide of Monroe street and 228 feet
on the west side cj Monroe street
Thence on a level grade 66 reet
north of Eleventh street at an eleva
tion of 232 feet on the east side of
Monroe street and 228 feet on the
went side of Monroe street.
Thence on a descending grade to
the south side, of Twelfth street at
an elevation of 220.50 feet on the
east side of Monroe street and
21R.B0 feet on tbe west side of Mon
roe street. , , r
Thence level to north aide of
Thence on an ascending grade to
tbe south aide of Thirteenth street
at an elevation of, 235 feet on the
east side of .Monroe street and 234
feet on the west side of Monro
streeU thence - level aero as Thir
teenth street, thence on a descend
ing grade to the south side of Four
teenth street at an elevation' of
' , Read first time at a regular meet
ing of the City Council held on the
5th day of July, 1911, ana to come
'up for second reading and final pas
ssge at a special meeting of the
City Council tj be held on the 19th
day of Juf, 1911, at 8 o'clock p. m.
. ' v r .1 STIPP, I
' V ' ' ' r '' ' Recorder.
. Jn order to'fclose but the broken lots and
remnants of iummer goods which we have
left, we will have a two weeks special sale
Beginning Saturday, 'July 8
and ending Saturday July 22 nd
During this sale we shall sell all summer
'goods at greatly , reduced prices.
We quote a few of the many low prices:
Ladies - White Waists Children Dresses
Worth $t.oo to $3.00 J 9c, 49c. 69c
at 65c to $ J. 85 -
White Underskirts L1115 lpcri
48c to $1.48 l 9cand 39c
, feei-a ra sTaTMvVHMSMMrMS
Corset Covers Straw Hats '
i 5c to 75c 10c, J5c, 1 9c
Worth much more and op
W. D EDDY Cl SON
Furnished with operating
room, ward and private
rooms. ' , '
Pac. 2243 HomeD-298
are the popular atyle in home
architecture. I specialize on
designing and building bung
alowa that are convenient in
arrangement, homelike in ap
At Moderate Coat
If you are thinking ef build
ing call and tee me, or phone
for an engagement. , '
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER
Ninth and Main Streets. '
Phone PacMaln 8292..
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It's like a letter from' home
every day. ;J : '.y :''--- ):-'
It will keep yoti fully informed
about the happenings of your city
and county daring yoor absence.
Yotf,can place yoor order by telephone;
The Morning Enterprise is the 'only ' :
daily newspaper between Portland
andjSalem. It ts steadily growing '
''. , tn popofarity. " ' . ' -: . ' ;
Yod get all the news worth while In ,'
The Morning 'Enterprise
Coll to Uo
We Pay Top Price
We Sell Reasonably
Dealers In Wool, Flour, Hay,
Grain, Feed, Coal, Salt, Sugar,
California Fruits and Produce.
i. . .
T 11TH AND MAIN 8TS
RECREATION PARK. ' " '
Cor. VsUghe and TwantToortK tie.
. PORTLAND' ,;.? I
Jy '4,8, ,., VV-'4 ?" UH
: Game Begin Weekday, at $ . .." .
... Sundays, tiiPUJ'S'tW'-, '
LADIES' DAY,fRIOAyi V
Boye tT"dev 12 Fr VtUjftftir ' . ,
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