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MORNING ENTERPRISE TljKSDAY. JULY 11, tail.
ORZGOST CITY, OREGON.
C I. RODtE. Editor and PubllcMr.
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Rates for advertlema; ht ne Weekly
enterprise will be the same aa m the
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for the weekly. Where the aavsrtlaement
la transferred from the dally to the week.
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lack for special poattkm.
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CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
July 11 In American History.
1767 John Qnlncy Ada ma. alith preal-
dent of to United States. Dorn at
. BiwJntre. Mass.: died 1848.
lSU Alexander Barallion killed In a
. Anal by Aaron Burr: born 17S7.
, 1884 Nomination at Chicago of Cle?
land and Hendricks, which brought
Into power tba flrat Democratic- ad
' ministration In twenty-four years.
1898 BombardmeDt of Santiago oo-
cJoded: last gun of tba campaign
lfiOt-Professor Simon Newcomb. not
ed astronomer, mathematician and
traveler, died ta Waablngtoo; born
1910 Henry Dexter, art patron and
' philanthropist, died; born 1812.
v ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS.
(From noon today to noon tomorrow.)
Snn vets 728. rises 43.1: moon rises
828 p. m.; 1:10 a. m moon la eoa
Jnnctlon wttn Craous. passing from
to east of toe planet.
r-v . fcl r j- W irDirill TI1DC
intrvn t nrvc. VI uniuu. w i mm
Abstract for 1910, which the National
Government la getting out, will give
more apace to the agricultural Section
of the coluntry than did any of Its
predecessors. This Is not surprising.
Mining has made great gains In the
past three or four decades. A far
larger expansion, however, has taken
place In manufactures. While the
Value of the products of the country's
farms for 1910 was about 19,000,000,
000, the output of the country's
mills and factories was more than
$12,000,000,000. It was $15,000,-
w.uin in ivui, out ue panic or ine
latter part of that year bit the fac
tories hard for fifteen or eighteen
months, and, the St IxuU Globe-Democrat
says, a complete recovery by
them has not taken place yet.
- Agriculture was not Injured nearly
so much as manufactures by the
financial setback of three and a half
years ago. While population la rap
Idly increasing the food production Is
not keeping pace with It. This ac
count for the advance In prices of
most of the farm products. As pop
ulation must keep on growing a time
will soon come when the home' sup.
ply of wheat, corn, pork, beef and
other foods will be barbely sufficient
"for the home demand. Then we will
nave to import some or it; as Great
Britain has been doing for more than
two-thirds of a century, although the
time Is not likely to come in cen
turies when we will have to Import
auch a large proportion of our food
supply as England has been doing In
recent times. We see in our table
of exports every . year an evidence
of the relative gain of manufactures
among us, as compared with cgr (ful
fil re. Fifty years ago agriculture lur
n'tahed the bulk of our merchandise
exports. For the fiscal year 1910 man
ufactures, In the aggregate, caught up
with farm products, nl a few years
manufactures will contribute a much
larger share than agriculture of the
Here Is an Incentive for the farmer
to employ all his skill In his calling.
The home market, which Is the prof
itable market, for his products Is In
creasing much faster than are the
products.' There Is a limit to the
acreage of farm lands. That limit has
not yet been rtacbed, but it will be
before many more decadea pass. Ir
rigation la beginning to . make the
desert blossom, but a country which
Increases It population by 16,000.000
In a decade must soon people all the
new acres which Irrigation furnishes.
As a large proportion of the new
comer drift Into the factories In
atead of coins to the farms, they In
crease the demand for food faater
than the supply grows. The censu
of 920 will see a much greater de
cennial expajiBlou In population west
of the Mississippi than that of 1910
revealed. All the resources of scien
tific cultivation of the soil must be
brought Into requisition by the Amer
ican farmer If he la to continue to
supply the American consumer with
out calling In outside aid. The desert
lands are being Irrigated and the
swamps are being drained. Thus hun
dreds of millions of acrea will be ad
ded to the area susceptible to high
cultivation. But the gain from these
sources will have to be rapid If it la
to keep pace with the growth of con
sumption. Nobody now alive will bo
likely to see agriculture fall again to
the low estate Into which It dropped
In 1893 and for a few years after
Flat Hats Are Sometimes Lined With
The newest sailor ttllan are deep In
the back and very brier In front.
Large flat hat are lined with col
ored cotton cru. "omeilui atni-llt1
In 'pa'e bluett and pluk.
- Quite fixed ammiir fashion are her
thas. Othua and lanre flat embroidered
plat shibt warn.
collars that round very short from the
front deepening to below the shoul
ders In the back.
Many tailor Jackets have a' little On
lab of white Inside tbe collar to break
the bard line of the cloth and to act
as a protection for the flue hice of tbe
Tbe plain shirt waist illuxtrated here
Is simplicity Itself, for the only seams
are tbe underarm dries, where gore
Is fitted into tbe waist. This not only
makes It fit. but frive crest freedom
of movement for tbe arm. so that
the pattern la especlnlly suitable for
golf or tennis wear.- This model was
made np In striped ercale. It can be
finished with a round collar of tbe
goods or with a neckband to which
any kind of stock may be stilted.
This May Mantoa pattern Is cut In size
for a thirty-four to forty-four Inch bust
measure.' Send 10 cents to this office, giv
ins number. 7070. and It will be promptly
forwarded to you by mall, if In haets
send an additional two rent stamp for
letter postaca. which Injures more prompt
delivery. , . '
Essence of Peppermint.
Ton ran remove tbnt linnlfebtly while
not from the polished lop of your din
Inc. room ts'il'- tiued by , hot dixit
by simply asinnirluc a piece of cloth
with essence of peiermlnt and rub
bing tbe spot with it -National Msgs-
Kint of Cricketers" and the
Prince of Wales Shake, Hands
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Photo cvpyrlcht by Aroemaa Press AasoclsUon. 1U.
CRICKET Is as essentially tbe nstlonal game of England aa baseball ta
of tbe Cnlted States. The man who leads In cricket In England la as
popular with all classes aa any Pop Anson. Ty Cobb. Hans Wagner or
Christy Matbewson ever was on thla aide of tbe Atlantic. The biggest
figure thut cricket bus ever seen In England la William Gilbert Grace, who.
though now sixty-three years old. Is able to bow a successful gam. When
be was only forty-seven he iad accomplUbed the scorlnu of a -century of
centuries' -that Is, he bad made a hundred or more runs lu a hundred games.
record uuapproached by any other player and one that csn be understood
only by a devotee of tbe game. Mr. Grace la noted aa a surgeon as well as a
cricketer. In tbe picture above be Is shown by tbe side of the Prince of
JVales. This sixteen-year-old scion of royalty was apparently bored by the
part he waa compelled to take In tbe coronation exerclsee. and tbe only time
he abowed any particular enthusiasm was when be met Dr. Grace Then hi
face lighted up with enthusiasm, and be.ahowed that he had met a man be
nnderstood and admired. The "king of crlcketera" and the youthful prince
were Interested In each other, and tbey had an enjoyable time talking ever
the came that every English schoolboy knows and playa.
Real Estate Transfers.
S. E. and Silas G. Adams to Abigail
L. Shaughnessy, 1 acre of sections 31,
32. township 1 south, range 2 east;
Charles F. and Minnie Terrill to
James Mickelsen, 69 acres of Nob Hill;
John and Nellie Scott to Patrick
King, land In Daniel Hathaway D. L
Fred L. and Minnie A. Olson et al
to Thomas F. Ryan, land In sections
19 and 20, township 2 south, range 2
Oscar Olson and Ercllla D. Olson
to Thomas F. Ryan, land In D. L. C, of
Peter M. Rlnearson and wife, town
ship 2 south, range 2 east; $1.
Thomas F. and Iner M. Ryan to
A, C. Beaullau, land In D. U C. of Pe
ter M. Rlnearson and wife, township
2 south, range 2 east; $2,800.
Alexander C. and Nance r naniu..
to Henry vVeinhard Wagner, part of
wife, township 2 south, range 2 east;
$11,000. .. ,p
BIG RACE THR ILLSI AT f CHAUTAUQUA
(Continued, from page 1.)
2:00 Music Mrs. Mary Dearmorn
"The Science of Living, or the Art
of Keeping Well." Dr. William
2:30 Marathon Race. -
Baseball Crystal Springs va. Ore-
gin. City. . 1
7:15 Band Concert Naval Reserve
8:00 Music Mrs. Elfrlda Welnsteln
Dramatic Reading "La Satnarl
tine," the Woman of Samaria
Sarah Mildred Wlllmer.
Redd I see t!ie grenett range of
vision among human rare is said to be
poaaeaaed by the Peruvian Indians,
wbo Dure dlrtngu!fttied Individuals
eighteen miles dlxuint Greene Gee!
I'd bale to have a Peru van Indian
for a tailor.-Toukera. Statesman.
CakirnnT is t!ie ery wnrst of si
evils. In it there ar o who com
mit i turtle e and one nho is tn
tured. lor he who calumniate an
other acts uniutrv bv accusing one
who m not or eenL and he act un
aistlv who a) peTMiaoVd before he
has learned the exact truth, and he
thai m absent when the charge w
made it thus doubly inrured. being
calumniated bv the one and bv the
other deemed to be base. Herodotus.
- Snobbish Than Men
By Mrs. KATE UPSON CLARK. Author .
MEN ARK INFINITELY MORE SNOBBISH THAN MEN.
" A bank clerk can sit down bj the president of the
vited States and nobody draws invidiam comparisons,
't take GENUINE COURAGE for s woman in s
-at by the We of another woman in a new $300
Ul join the democracy until they CHANGE their
Will Be Incomplete
WE CAN MAIL IT ANYWHERE FOR
25 CENTS A MONTH
It's wotth the money
Its like a letter from home
every day. $
It will keep you fully informed
about the happenings of your city
andcountyjduring yrour absence. '
amas-Yoo can place yoor order by telephone.
ThelMornlng Enterprise Is the Jonly
daily newspaper between Portland,
and Salem. It ts steadily growing 1.,
In popularity, '
Yoa getjall the newsjwofth while in
The Morning 'Enterprise
COURTKEY DEAN OF
rhsrles II. or Mstt, Courtory.
b U mure fsiulllnrlr kuowu. Is lbs
dfan of Amrrloau rowing otat h". H
fasa luruvd out nir rbammn craws
than any otliar co U In this country
mora. In fact tban all th others com
bined. Boni iwraoiia hava altvtupt(Ht
to mlnlniU ht anility wltb tba
plsustloo tbar Oarauicn .arvw .in th
bout yeup monay mattara wha i
era a iapoaUor hare. 1
Your bllla are all PH by ahtak. Your ahaak, when retumac i
eomsa a reaalpt. No trouble about ohanaa, na'a'laputaa about i
ments, no question aa ta whare your money haa gone, or how
fou hava raoslvae. Your aasa book end tht atube of your ahoaH k
alwaya tall the atory.
I ON TNI IAFI IIOI AND '
0rN AN ACCOUNT T THI
The Bank of Oregon City
OLDEST BANK IN THE COUNTY '
MAataa h. corsTurr.
Invliroratluic cllmsto of UWc Cayncra.
but Coruell's annuul aiK-i-paat-s aro duo
Dioro to Courtney a almost lufulllli.f
Judtrroont In tho wliH'tton of bis oara-uii-u
and Ills rare still lu ilKe'"B
boot tban to tho nntiiral atlvantntra
which be and bla rrvwe enjoy.
Courtney baa len ronnex-ted wltb
Cornetl's rowlnir from It lufaiii-y aud
baa doue mora Ibnn any other uiatt In
this country to develop rolleao rowlutf
to Its present bleh stuto of eltlt'leiicy.
Courtney Is a strk-t dUwIpllnuruin
and never tuleratra any vlolattou of
training rules. lie bus been known
at tlmea to "Are' an entire crew and
to win wltb au eight of vreen uieu. As
a rule, ho Is ronalderate wltb his oars
men, but Insists upon atteutlon to busi
ness. Tba moat recent example of his dis
cipline and relentlnx spirit oi-irre1
Just prior to the departure t hta i-rews
for tbe recent 1'onulil re"l race.
Threo meRlwra of the fn-Hlioinn elKlit
bad beeu found itullt v of breuMiiir
training rules to the extent of eating
leo cream. Courtney "tlrrd" them on
the aiot. but he took them along In
Pougbkeepwle. and when he Ihoiiglit
they had been sutnclently punished he
replaced theiu In the lst. Now they
are known as the ire rrenm kids," a
name that will prohnbly stick to them
during their undergraduate days.
HARD FOR PLAYER TO QUIT.
Davy Jonas Says Call of Baseball la
It Is difficult for a big league plater
or a minor leaguer, for that matter.
to quit biiselMitl. Ihvv J one, the left
Odder of the lietrolt Tltfer. thinks o.
and iHirr admits I hut when' the tlrfio
coiium for lil in to In y aside hU uniform'
for the lnn time he will Itud the tunk
a bard one. . , .
"J'nvjr Is one bair"pln.ver who should
not Worry ultout the future lie has
an established drug store, d ea a pfottt
ntile liiiMlniniy has, a long lease and a
competent iwrtner In bis brother. Ktl'l
rary hnles to think of the time when
he will htivo to quit.
' It Is not a case of not being able to
pursue some other line of Imslnc,
but not wsnilng to. In the cno of i tin
ball plnrer. He has lived the life of
the game, and Its feature hnve got
Into bis system. The rail la too strong.
Qotch Preparing For Bout.
Arrangementa are prnctlenlly com
pleted for the erection of the training
quarter for Frank Ootch In Huin
boldt.' la.. Jo be uaed In his prepara
tion. for the world's championship
wrestling niHtcli with (leorgo llacken
schraldt to be held In Chicago next Men
temlMT. Hcveral cities Uuve been mak
ing offers to Cotch. but he has been
anxious tu do his work at borne, and
so during the next few month Hum
boldt wli, be the center for wrestlers.
Anders in, On Armed Twirler.
Wlngo A.tderson. now with Nash
Tllle, comes pretty near being one of
the one nrrnpd pitchers thHt you read
about. Hl right arm wo rruxhed
In a aawmlll and Is practically nneless.
Hvalso has two fingers off hi right
hand.. But his lift "wing" I still able
to earn- him bread aod butter. ,'
. Sobrjlte. Rheckard and Hofmrn get
112,000 a year for chiming flies.
Tt Cobb Is seriously considering an
offer to go on tb stage. Ho will inr
In a revised version of "The College
liana Wagner never 'batted hai
SI) since entering the National league
in jmrj. His lowest average waa ,80ft.
made In 1808. bis second ttnr In tht.
Because bo lacked -fight and gin
ger" Manager McAleer of Washington
baa aent Outfielder Miller to tb
minora. H baa everything bat tb
a a LATotmrrm prdooi
r. J. MKT BR, e
THE FIRST NATIONAL BAF
oi OREGON -VelTY , OREGON
CAPITAL. 10.000.00 .' ,
TraneacU a Oeaorat tanking tualn ' Oven frvt. e A. M. y
- Oregon City
Furnished with operating
room, ward and prirate
rooms. , .' ,v
Ptc. 2243 , , J HomeD-298
LET UO DRILL YOUR WELL
SstMmotlo tntmrmittmmd. Lmmvm
OROOM OITY 9HOK SHOP
.CNOIMHtlNI ' Mioeiiya1
POTATO GROWERS TO
MAKE BIG PROFITS
DEMAND It iTRONQ ALU OVER
COUNTRY BERRY MARKET
OrfKon potatoca are eoining m ireoly
now and th high prlc thai bav
prevailed for aovvral week are oi'
pected to weaken aome. It waa aald
Monday that th prevailing prlco fo
nw Oregon spuds waa $1.60. with oc
casional lots to b bad for I- Tb
demand for potatoes la strong all over
the country, and ther la vry reon
to bellev that potato grower will
make a bandsom profit thla yar.
Tb berry market la steady and
storks aro cleaning up well. Receipt
are expected to bo heavier thla week
than at any time alnr th opening
of the season especially aa regarda
loganberries and raapberrlea.
Ouotareana rve Oregon Clt.
POTATOES Beat, Buying ItOO.
n.OUR AND rEKDriour la
ateady, eelllng from IS to 15 50;. very
little of cheaper gradea.
OAT8 (Buying) flray, $24 to f 25,
white, from 120 to $37.
BITTER (Buying) Ordinary
ccuntry brlnga from ISe to ' !0c,
fancy dairy from 20c to 22:. eram
ei y Ilr to tie. , ..
ECUS (uuvingi Are ranglcg from
20c to 21c, according to grade.
POULTRY (Buying Hito with lit
tl good stock offered. Good bona are
bringing 12c. Old roosters ar In poor
demand, broilers bring from 20o to lie,
with, good demand.
WOOL (Buyjigl Vool prlcoa'ar
ranglng from 13c to 15c.
FEED Shorta f 29 to $30; rolled
barley. $31.50 to $32.50; process bar
ley, $33, s whole corn, $31 to $32;
cracked corn, $32 to $33; 'wheat $32
to $33; oil meal. $53; Shady Brook
dairy feed, $1.25 per hundred pound.
HAY (Buying.) Timothy $1 to
$17; clover $ to $10; oat bay, beat,
$12; mixed. $10 to $12; alfalfa, $12 to
$14. , ......
HIDES (Buying Green hide, fie
to 8c; sallcra, SVtc to lc; dry bides,
12c to 14e. 8ip pelts, 25c to 75c
DRIED FRUITS Local prlcoa ar
firm at from 8c to 10c on applea and
prune. teche Joe.
SALT Belling 50c to 90c tor fin
60 lb. aack. half ground 40c; 75 for
100 lb. aacka.
. Portland Vegetable Market.
8ACK VEGETABLES Carrota,
$1.256 $1.50 per aack; parsnips, $1.25
e$1.50; turnips, $1.26 $1.60; buta,
VEGETABLES Asparagus, 90c
$1.76 por crate; eabbage, new, $2 per
hundiedwelght; cauliflower, $1.0
$1.75 per docen; celery, California, 75c
JlOo pr dosn; oucamhort,
11 1ft nor dosani anlant. 1 L
garllo. IOcOIIo per pound; U
In.. a Jt..mmtmt knlknuu ,1.. I
frtl ner hoi! naaa. rnil
pound;, peppers, I0e(fl6 per if
raaun, ie pr aoseo; rnuctrh
Cflo per pound; aprouta, $c; to J
ONIONS Jobbing prtix;' fj(
$2.75 per 100: AuatralUn, $li
100; Texaa, $2 26 per rrat: fl
nla, $2 pr crate v I
& & . . . . . i
uragon wiiv otvca wuqtsoh
From 126 lha. to '150 lbs r
160 Iba. to 100 lb, me.
VRAf. CALVKS Vl ca7
from lo to loo according to graf
'lirirr RTrKUS Heel reer
tho local market are fetching
Vc live woigoi.
BHKEP nnu at to U
BACON, LA KB aud ItAU. arJ
Portland Pair Got Llcenai
Clara Van Rlpor, of 30$ A
street. Portland, and Fran I
of tb Blroond Msnufarturlm
pany, of Portland, were granted i
Hag Ucena In thla rlty.
THI MORNINQ BNTIRPRI
la on aale at tb following ltd!
Huntley Bros Drujl
. Main Btroot:
J. W. MoAnulty Cigar
Seventh and Main.
ek - klaln near Blxlh
M. B. Dunn Confectioner
Next door to P. O.
City Drug Store
Walter Little Confoctloneri
614 Sovonth Btroat. .
M. Volkmar Drugs
8vntb near Center.
Seventh and 4. Q. Adama
Buy a Home
While Paying Rct
$100 down and $12 a men
takea thla comfortable si rot
bouse and lot. Hons I wir
for electricity. Lot 62x105 fe
Some fruit on place, well
cated on Madlaoo, BL trif
A snsp at . yll
E. P. Elliott and S
7th and Main 8U., by 8uip
In order to close out the broken lots am
remnants of summer goods which we havi
left, we will have a two weeks special sal
Beginning Saturday, July
and ending Saturday, Jtily22nd
During this sale we shall sell jail summei
goods at greatly reduced prices;
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We quote a few of the many, low prices:
I assssssssssssi ssm
Ladies' White Waists
WonK$I.OO to $3.00
at 65c to $1.85
48c to $1.48
t5c to 75c
3Laae4 W easasW aMaiA .
J fvim aVUWU IUVIV,
1 9c, 49c, 69c
1 9c and 39c
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10r t I Qt
- vadep ' !
W. D EDDY Ct GOn