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MORNING ENTERPRISE. WEDNESDAY. JULY 12. 1911
CSSGC3 CITY. OREGON
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JT-Tbe aotertows aliea aad ardltloa
lawa atsned by PreaMeat J oka Ad
18a-DoIry 'kiadiaoai tare Dorothy
Payaet. artdow of Preaideet Madi
aoa. aoted for her beaaty aad ac
coBmplkthaMatx. died: bora ITB.
-r rtoceot Celyar. noted artkaC
U0B- -AbaMtUi aJactid preakVat of the
. repabUe of Paaaaau .
ISlft-Kaka Taaaatt Wooda. aathor.
Had: tora iMOv
ASTItON C M ICAL.
(Froaa aoeai today ta
Boa aata 73T. rJaaa 4 2d;
- The uaioa of progreasira repablt
caas . aad progresalTo democrats ta
the United ' States Senate which
forced the reactionary Finance Coo
",' mi t tea to report oat tke Wool Tar
iff bill and the Farmers Free List
, bill Is a most encouraging alga of
the tiroes. It happens at a tlaae to
:l relievo the iAsurgeot - repablicaas o
aoaaa of the doabt aad suspicioa
. which their attitade toward the Reci
procity treaty bad east apoa the
The position, assumed by them on
' this question snqoestiooably disap-
potBted many progressives of aQ par
ties who had looked to them. and eav
. peciail to Senator IjsFoIletU to head
a movement In which all opponents of
monopoly could meet on
Although the Presides t's redprodty
. . program promises bat small aad In
sufficient relief from tariff exactions
and although Its errors ..of omission
ai a glaring and exasperating and
clearly made la the Interest df op-
press v trust a, stili its adoptioa
seemed hitherto to be about as much
. a could be obtained during the pres
ent administration. The opposition of
LaFollette and other sincere procips
. sivea looked very mack like a walk
into a trap which the President had
set for them. Many who had grown
to be admirers of them ktefe pained
Bat bow they hare done much to
redeem themselves. If they succeed
in forcing oa President Taft the choice
of signing measures' giving real and
Immediate, relief from the trusts
whose Interests he handled 'so care
fully while framing the reciprocity
treaty, or of taking on himself the
responsibility of defeating his own
program they will have performed ar
service of great value.
- .. eo-; iff;
thsatauqua ends next Sunday; How
many times lave yon been?
Two fine pianos, two solid gold
wtcbest jtwo business Kholarships,
two $7$ sewing machines and two vo
cal scholarships are offered by The
Enterprise to the women of Oregon
' Cltr'and Clackamas county. These
valuable, prizes will cost die winners
nothing. Too will miss a good story
If yoa don't read our display sdrer
:isemea( on- the fourth page of to
day's Issue. ', a
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,The experience of the Philadelphia
woman who lost an $800 diamond ta
a patch of peas in Oregon City Is one
she coald never have had in the effete
IMkmon ... Mm
tMH initial lea
rat nrt ra-ai tsanryiew; MM
ark adU1 IBS I
Rataa tar arlaaa ai ka Weakly
Katararte via la mi sat ta
Sally, tar aSiartSMiata mrt ill lis By
tar ttaa waakly. WIm taa I a I1iai ait
to traaaferrai tlaaa taa Salt? taa II S
f, m Htiaat rag. taa rata a a ta
at tar acla7liW aV"l .
aartr la aa Jamaas affiaa at
Lacal Btiirrlia at ljal nets
' CIrewe atmttMa end aaadaj Iraaaftaat
sSieitaaae at Be ta tea aa hck. mat
ma ta aaactaj cdtttnaa asiaies ta
rtn Balar aa4 Baakruat Bala" aaVar
aMaaaata Sac hack (Vat anntjoa: aaat
inal taaerUoae aaaa autor Sa ax.
Nm Hi ana ara mwa 1 ffiaai
.a atartt. arttk Mi ta kwal miira,
ana a (taaty aurapta. Utwial aaav
iaa'kv atuaaa ta arwaaj in nai '""""'
! Patience Reauired :
Of Business Men
By E. H. CAR Y. ChslrmsD of th United States kteel Corporation
AU thorough convinced that,
A V . J .1 . .
tow country voomj in me matter oi crops and everrtinrig thai
helps bonoee, with in comparatirrlr short time we will all
be bnsy antf have PLENTY TO DO. In the meantime it is
Z'-'Z "quire fiatierice. . ..' .'" f ,
IP WE HAVE PATIENCE I AM SATISFIED WITHIN A VERT
v :3t time we are ooino to be very well pleased with
1. 1 TRACE CONDITIONS IN THIS COUNTRY.
TO HGIIT DISEASE
(Coatiaaed trow Page 1.)
Band aad ka
la tr Sarah, Mildred WUlaaee.
Mia. WUIwier captivated the aedlewc
with her fla work. asd made ere a
better taaprsaaloa tkaa aaa did last
season wttk The gig o tk Cro-
A Pk-akc wlU b slvee, at tke Cfcaw-
taaqs Friday evening at clock ky
Taa ureTa (untiiai v -.w
Akamai AsaoclaUoe of Clackamas,
cowaty. All aaeiabers ara argd to
Lecturer Whs Aadlenc.
Dr. Leo K. Sadler lectured at
cloae of tW rlasa. Tka Wsctuia waa U-
ktamtca) arltk Cacalra(toaa a train
4 Mar aa4 otkcra aaalatint. Tba
speak ar vat lata dtalla oa tk
cum of eoMa ao4 tk praraotloa
ictaoda la a-a. AO KaUoes. tk
traiB4 aarae, showed the ben aMtb
oda of far aad aasal maaaaxa, and
how to aaa the hot blaakat pack.
Altar tk eoocon ky tka Naral Re
ar Baad ta tka anraooa Dr. WU
Uaxa 8. Sadler apoka.
"klaa waa ntado to Ka ta a kar
dea." aaid the speaker. tat mar aot
Ut t a crdea all tka Unto, owlag
to clitaaUc coaditioam. Freah air aad
aaaaklao ara aaaaaUal to Lka kealtk
of alaata aad aalmala. It ta a treat
deal better to take tka car aad pro-
veot tba diaeaaa tkaa to ' Lake tka
disease first aad tkaa tka car. Not
oae peraoa fk a kaadrad breathe cor
rectly.. We skoald breatke Uka babies
aad ealTea, all the war oowa. Keep
ike carve ta Ike back aad donl let It
straichtrn oac Wbea resting be sore
that the chair peraiia yoa to recline
sUsktry aad keep a pillow under tke
hollow of the back. . . . '
ad Beat HiaUhlMrr
"Tow cant get health oat of a bot-
tle or pill box. ' Yoa have to get yonr
health oat of your food aad exerrise.
"A lot of people are sick because
they art taxy. . I do not believe la
hard work only moderate work -Just
eaoogk to bring the persQlratloa to the
"Over-exercise. Ilka college athletics
is wrong, and does not bring health.
but over development of the muscles
"Too caa lead a atrenaoaa Ufa la
the coasting rooaa aad tka offlca If
yoa lead the simple Ufa ta your dining
"Beware of artificial flavors; oae
oary aataral flavors and many Ills
will disappear." ,
Dr. William S. Sadler lettered la
the evening oa "The Physiology of
rails aad Fear." or "The Mind in
Health and Disease."
The chaatanqaa restaurant has been
put under the management of Mrs.
C. a T. WUlisfs. who has bad much
experience In the work, and the ser
vice now ta excellent. ,
Todays Program. - - '
The program for tomorrow follows:
11:00 '"Child Culture" (Womea On-
" IT). Dr. Lena It Sadler. -
l.li Band Concert. Naval Reserve
2:00 -How the Body Restate Di
' esse," Dr. Wllllara 8. Sadler.
2: JO Marathon Race.
Baseball Aurora vs. Dihrorth
7: IS Band Concert. Naval Reserve
- .Band. .
1:00 Music Mrs. Elfrieds Weln-
DramaUc Reading "La 8amari-
tine, (The Women of Samaria)
- Sarah Mlldren Wlllmer.
Mlss Wlllmer read the "Sign of
toe cross" last year.
FINISHES FIELD WORK
TOTAL VALUATION WILL
ABOUT $24,000400, SAME
AS LAST YEAR.
Assessor Jack announced Tuesday
tuat work or estimating valuations by
nis loree or deputies for the year had
about bea completed. It 1s thought
that tbe total valuation of realty and
persf-uaity in me county this year
win be about the. same as last. $24
vw,mn me Board of Equlliza(ron
which Is composed of the County
Judge, County Clerk and Assessor, will
meet on the third Mondsy In October
to hear complaints and correct any
mistakes that might have been made.
The field men hsve gone all over tb
county visiting the farmers and other
property owners, comparing the prop
erty with that listed tbe previous
year. The levy last year was fifteen
Rev. J. V. SIlcox and wife, of Kan
sas City, Ma, have arrived ta this
city with the former's brother. W. H.
SIlcox, proprietor of the Brunswick
Hotel, and family. Rev. and Mrs. SIl
cox have visited In Oregon before.
bat this is their first visit to Oregon
Uty, and they ara mora thaa pleased
with the city as well aa the state.
y . H. SIlcox Is trying to persuade bis
orctaer sad his wife to become real
dents of the state. Rev. and Mrs. SIl
cox 'will return to their home by war
"i aeatue, wnere tbe former Is to sd
dress sn assembly at tbe Congrega
tional church, he being pastor of tbe
Congregstional cbarch tn Kansaa City.
They will also visit In Caaada before
with tbe condition existing in
.. r 7-. .r-..-..-.--w av easierw m-eoni a. uuMe wewuo. ATT 1 ; ;
" l tbncMti niiTO yaae. aa j onffl bis death , . clty on "business" Monday
Yountf Prince orWalcs Receives
: Insitfnia of Order of the Garter
Photo eaprrlght by Amertcaa Praaa
jiE of the Important events of the
don was the Investtrure of the Prince af ales with the tnatgtila or
the Order of the Uerterii The affair waa conducted wttb great ponim
es-EUfis: Manuel of Portugsl taking a prominent part. la the above
btctore the ex-ruler la shown preceding the future ruler of Greet Britain. The
Order of the Garter Is so old that its origin is a matter of doubt Some hi
tortsns say that It waa founded by King Richard I. at the siege of Acre, when
be caused certala of his officers to tie leather thongs around their legs aa a
distinction. The generally- accepted story, however. Is that It ewes Its exist
ence to Kin Edward IIL. who picked op a garter dropped by the Couatese
of Sansbnry at a ban aad adjusted it around his own royal leg with the re
mark. "Hon! sort qui mat y pense. Thia remark, which meaaa. "Shame be
t him who thinks evil of It." usually translated aa "Evil to aim who evil
thinks." became the motto of the order when tt was Instituted by Edward IIL
some time about 139a The number of knights of the Garter Is Umlted to
twenty-six. Deluding the reigning sovereign, though si ace lTftd pVincea of the
blood have been admitted aa supernumerary members. The order la frequently
conferred on rulers of other nations. The emblem of the order coos tats of a
garter af dark blue ribboa edged with
gold, a mantle oT blue velvet with a
velvet bearing a plume of white ostrich
of black beron'a feathers sad a gold collar made of twentyeix pieces, each la
the form of a garter.
RUSH BEGINS IN
trict will be awarded tbe - two
Kimball Upright Gr ji Pianos, valu-
d $400 each. Tbe next two highest i
candidates (one in each district) will
receive the two "Twentieth Century"
(latest model) New Home drop aew.
Ing machines, valued $75 each. To
the two candidates (one in each dis
trict) who finish with the third Isrg
est number of votes a musical or busi
ness education (optional with the win
ners). These scholarships Include
(bird and fourth prlxes. Two solid
gold watches (ladles size) will be
awarded to the two candidates (one In
escb district) who finish with the
fifth highest number of votes. The
gold watches are valued at $30 each
and can be seen on display In tbe
winaows of the Oregon City leading
GOOD FOR TWENTY-FIVE HUNDRED VOTES.
I wish to Nominate Miss )
This nomination blank, when properly filled In and brought or
mailed to Contest Department of The Enterprise will count for
M00 votes, only one of these blanks will be credited td each candidate.
GOOD FOR ONE VOTE.
This coupon when nestly cllpP
same of the candidate you wlah t
Name of candidate
This moron Is void after Jul7
Cut on lines. Don't rolL 8enl
Tv4 44444Hrv44 44f4?f
.THIEF FRIGHTENED AWAY.
Msn Tries te Enter Apartment of w.
While Mr. and Mrs. W. L little
were In their store on Seventh street.
Saturday evening, a thief tried to
ener their apartments on tbe upper
n?sr through a window at the rear of
:he building, ft I thought by Mr.
Uttle that the would be kouaebresker
wts frightened away when be and his
wife left their store to go to their
Wine. The window showed an an-.n-t
b.2J" 4.t0 B,"r fcf remorina.
l"a. t,mmi ' a
, I- S SM-rra
1 J 1
receot coronatloa festlviries ta Loo-
gold bearing the motto, a pendant of
hood of crimson vet rat. a oat or btaca
feathers having In the center a tuft
jewelers and - watchmakers, Burmela-
r Andresen, 619 Main street.
Published on another page . la the
schedule of votes that will be allowed
on paid-in-advance subscriptions. Look
It over and then figure how many six.
months or yearly subscriptlona you
could figure on If you acquainted your
friends with tbe fact that you were
In the contest to win, and you will be
surprised at the result - An old and
true saying goes to say, "people are
alwsys willing to help those that show
s disposition to help themselves."
REMEMBER this contest Is open to
any laly (married or single) who is
a resident of Clackamas county, and
the prlxea will be awarded solely on
atd properly filled In with the
rote for, will be counted as one
the glass. Mr. Little's store waa brok
ea Into last spring, and goods were
taken from a window. The thieves
Justice Marries J wo Couples.
Justice of the Peace Samson on
Tuesday married Ida May Wood and
E. Frobwerk and Kate Goutermont
and C A. Daggett, of Portland.
Miss Pearl Allen.' teacher of Latin,
mathematics and German, la the pub
lic schools of Corvallis, Is visiting
friends in the rltv.
r 7 i i
GAI'iE FEI BEAVERS
CASTLETON LITTLE MORE EfriC-
TIVE THAN.SEATON IN
tYiRTLAXn 'Or- July 11 (Spec
ial). The leaders la the Pacific Cosst
League battled today and arson woa
by a score of I to 0. Tbe percentage
bow la. Port la ad .U! and Vernon .$29
Caslletoa aad Seetoa were in nue
form. Vernon only making nve aita
and Portland four. The Hearers were
sever dangerous aad only la the
eighth Inning could Vtraoo batamea
locate the. bail.
Both teams played perteciiy u-
fleld.' The fame " V ln" '
played oa the home grounds this sea-
aad waa witaeeaeo, Dw a t
Followlog. were the results Tues-
Pacific Coast League ernoa i.
Portland ; San Francisco S, Oakuni
I; ao gamo at Loo Antelee because
of Sacramento's non arrival.
North ires I ern League tfpokaae lu.
PortUndl: Victoria 7. Seattle 4; Vancouver-IS.
Amertcaa League Detroit 11. PhH
adelphla $; Cleveland S. Washington
I; New York S. St. Louis 1; Chlcsgt
4-4. Boston OS. '
National League Pntsbnrg is. Ns
Tork ; Chicago C. Brooklyn I; Pfclla
delphla 11. Cincinnati a: Boston St.
Louts game postpoDed; latter club In
W. L. P.C.
PortUnd , $J J Mi
Vernon $4 4$ J9.
San Francisco ...... &4 49 .$24
OakUad $4 $1 .$14
Sacramento 4$ $$
Use Angeles 42 $$
W. U P.C
Spoksne $J S4 09
Vancouver $1 35 .$92
Tacoma $0 $2 .$
Portland 4 42 .481
Seattle , $9 43 .47$
Victoria 11 CJ .550
W. a Jack, of SUvertoa, naa been
vlaltlng hla brother, X K. Jack.
Newa baa been received 1a this city
by H- K. Cross and family and other
relatives of Edward Bolda. formerly
of this city, thst twins arrived at their
home at Independence oa Monday
morning. Mr. snd Mrs. Bolda are the
pa rents, of a boy aad girl, aad the
father waa so delighted that ha tele
phoned to hla brothers. In thla city.
Merrill Calloway. W. Fredrichs, M.
Redel, O. V. Smith. Ml as Cora Coler.
Miss Alberta Anderson, of 'Portland,
Miss Jennie Colberg. of Seattle. Wash..
Mr. and Mrs. 8tarks,of Platnfleld,
Wla., Mr. and If ra. P. H. Smith. Miss
Helen Smith formed a party that held
a picnic at the Caoemak Park on Mon
day evening. A moat enjoyable time
was hsd. after which the members of
the party repaired to tbe Smith home
at Canemah, where the remainder of
the evening was spent There were
songs and instrumental music.
BUCKLES' FUNERAL TODAY.
The funeral services over the re
malna of C B. Buckles, bod of Mrs.
Ellen Bucklea. who died at Phoenix.
Aria, on Friday of last week, will be
held from 'the Holman undertaking
parlors at 1 o'clock this afternoon, and
the interment will be In the Mountain
View cepietery. Mrs. Bucklea accom
panied her son's remains to this city,
tbe body having arrived Tuesday.
Canvas Ceata Emkeeidered In Weel a
Sailor collars ara fashioned of lace
with borders of tusaab of a contrasting
A small bonnet of cerise straw wss
faced with black velvet and trimmed
with a high aigret of grass at the bark.
VoUe Is tbe material of tbe season
for every possible purpose from shirt
waist to ball gown.
Many of tbe new petticoats abow a
deep point finish on the bottom flouare,
falling loosely over another flounce of
Red. white snd tloe are worn singly
and in combination.
Many afternoon frocks have bodice
orkcontrastlog material snd color.
Blouses of white muslin show
plaited frill, wide or narrow.
Bpbinx col-- Is a dull, bluish slate
tone that I favored for evening wear
It lights up well. ,
The teodeory for embroideries K
seen oo every side In the abape of en
art rostnmea of swiaa lawn. Voile.
marquisette. ' batlate. etc.. Iuenln
edging, all nrer and motif for trim
Berries sre clustered In oaborhons
or In soft sprays on rough straw bats.
Two Inch bands of I'ernlao embrold
ery nninn ine neck snd sleeves of
many little kimono drw a.
A novelty la a canvas cost embroid
ered in wool. Thla wool embmldrrv
; eiats Daawrke,
by the way. la forging to tbe front on
me ornate r rocks, it is need In em.
stitch and crocheted flower forms on
the finest chiffons sod batistes.
Lingerie for girts In the fnr
T7 full drawers are Illustrated here
the model having been of lawn irw
med with swlas embroidery. N0.
aook trimmed with embroidery may
"uinej. JLUJIC CHOI.r.W
This Mar Mantoa mux l. .
tor gu-le af ala. th tea ,.
rears of aaa. Sena at aai. .
nea. s-tvma Mmhw, Tost, and will b
sroa-rpfly forwarded te res by wtalL Jf
ka haste send aa additawal two .
atamp far M tar Boat whlofa Insora
anora sroaipt dattrsry.
beat retir aaeoey1 snattara w4aa ye
ara a aspeslter hare.
Year bllte are all ae y seesk. Veer aheek, we retaraed, ha.
camea a receipt - Ne trewhte a heart aKanea. m sllafNrtee aeewt psy.
menta. ne eweatlas) ae te arHaee yeer ajrsae Bee aeae, ar new rwk.
yee have received. Veer paea seek aad the atufce af yewr eheast Seek
always tell the every. '. '
i BE ON THE SAFI BIOI AND ,
OPEN AN ACCOUNT AT THE .
The Bank cf Oregon City
OLDEST (UHC IH TBI C0UNTT ,
a C LATOURaTTTB Prealdeat
THE FIJIST NATIONAL BANK
-of OREGON CITY , OREGON
a aeral Baaklnf Beakaesa .
LET UO DRILL YOUR WELL
ORCOO OITY SHOP
.SCMOBNNSMX aeS44MTM. PLART.
BERRY AliD CHERRY
MARKET WELL SUFLIED wiTH
WATERMELONS Or GOOD
Oregon City ss prat I y elf sup
plied wtih watermelons Tueetlsy aad
now that Indlratlona are for warmer
weather It la expected that they wllr
move more freely. The melons ar
of good quality, but the prices are. of
course, high. Receipts of berries wer
not very heavy and few cherries came
In. Royal A a nea are quoted anywher
from $ to 10 celt a, according to con
dition. This li She time of year wbea
loganberrtea and raspberrtee ahould
be coming la goodly quantities. Tbe
season la a UtUe late thla year, how
ever. Quotatvena ear Oregon Cltj.
POTATOES Best, Buying $1.00.
. FLOUR AND FEED Flow la
steady, selling from $$ to $$ J; very
little of cheaper gradea.
OATS (Buying) Gray. $24 to $2$.
wklta. from til to 127. I
BT7TTER (Buying) Ordinary
country brings from l$e ' to 10c,
faacy dairy from 10c te 12c. cream
ery 12c to 2$c i
EGGS t Buying) at raogtLg from
20a to tic, according to grade.
POCLTRT Buying Firm with lit
tie good stock offered. Good bans are
bringing 12c Old roosters ar la poor
demand, broiler bring from 2c to 21c,
with good demand. .
WOOLr (Buy.tig Voot pricea are
ranging from 13c to ISc.
FEED Sborta $29 to $20; rolled
barley. $31.50 to $3 2. SO; process bar
ley, $33; whole corn. $11 to $11:
cracked cor. $32 to $33; wheat $12
to $33; oil meal. $53; Shady Brook
dairy feed, $1.2$ per hundred pounds.
BAT (Buying.) Timothy $1$ to
$17; clover $9 to $10; ost hay, beat,
$12; mixed. $10 to $12; alfalfa, $12 to
HIDES (Buying Green hidea, $c
to 6c; saltan, $ to c; dry hides,
12c to 14c Sheep pelts, lie to 75c
DRIED FRUITS Local pricea are
Ann at from Sc to 10c oa apples aad
prune, peeche are J9e.
8 ALT Belting 50c to 90c lor fine
60 lb. aack. half, groand 40e; 7$ for
100 lb. sacks
Portland Vsgetsbla Msrksta.
SACK VEGETABLES Carrots,
$1.25011-50 per sack; parsnips. $121
C$150; turn I pa, $1.25 $160; beeta,
VEGETABLES Asparagus, 90c C
$L7S per erst; eabbege, dew, f 2 per
hundredweight: cauliflower. 1L0&
$1.7$ per doxen; celery, California, 75v
090c per doxen; eveumbers, $L50
$1.13 per dozen; ergpiant. 15c per lb.;
garlic, lucOIZe per pound; lettuce.
50 per dexen; hothouse leuwee, $1.50
C$2 per box; peas, 9cfJHe pet
pound; peppers. SOctflSc per pound;
radishes, 15 per doxen; rhubarb. 24r
03c per pound; sprouts, 9c; tomatoes,
ONIONS Jobbing prioe; Oregon
$1.75 per 100: Australian, $3.60 pay
100; Texas, $2.35 per crate: Califor
nia, $2 per crate
Oregon Cltv Stock Uuetatlona.
HOGS Hoga kre quoted He lower
From 125 lbs. to 150 Ibs.'r, from
150 lbs. to 200 lbs. $ He
VEAL CALVC3 Vest calves anna
from Sc to tuc according te grade.
BEEF 8TEER8 leel ateera for
the local markets ar fetching 6fecto
c live weight
SHEEP au brui at tc to Sa live
.BACON. LARD hud II AM. ar firm
MINSTRELS TO SHOW HERE.
Harrison Bros.' Troupe Will Give Psr.
Tbe performance of Hani son Bros,
colored minstrel troupe was witnessed
by oo of the . largest crowds ever
gathered in our little city for a show
of Its class. The big tent was crowded
to Its full capacity, atandlng room
Included. The minstrels proved to be
the beat that bav ever visited Toroa
to, everything being first-class, strict
ly moral, and up-to-date. Tbe td
lence expressed themselves as highly
plesnad by tbetr applause and laugh
ter throughout the entire performance
ana we feel that we express the wish
of the entire community when we ex
tend a cordial Invitation to the Har
rison Bros, to visit or city again next
year, ana also to express our thanks
for their gentle and rotirteou treat
tnent to thoae with whom the tt.A
business relations, sa well aa lo tb
general public durlna their atav aith
Ins Toronto Republican-Record
v -.Harrison minstrels will give
a performance In Oregon aty on the 1
evening of July 17
A brg parade Will
be given at noon
ralronli our advertisers.
Opea fra. t A. M. te r k '
THE MORNING ENTERPRISE
Is on sale af the folio wing tor a!
Huntley Bro Drugs
J. W. McAuulty Cigar
e Seventh and MsfB-
e gacreat Confection ery
Mala near Sixth.
M. K. Dunn Coafectloaery
. Next door to- P. O.
aty Drug Blore
e Etwtric HuteE
Walter Lit lie Confectionery 4
$14 geveath Street 9
- M. Vol k mar Drugs
Seventh near Center. 9
Schoenbora Coafectloaery 4
Seventh and X Q. Adams.
Boy a Home
While Paying Rent
100 dew aad 111 a math
takes thla' comfortable els-room
house and lot Hows la wired
for electricity. Lot $2x10$ feet
Some fruit oa place. Well lo
cated oa Madison St 4Mf AA
A snsp at . afilUV
E. P. Elliott and Son
7th and Mala Sta, by Saspeo
Car. Vawgh and Twenty-fourth St
July 11, 12. 12, 14, 15, IS.
Gam Begla Weekday at $ nv
Sundays, 2:30 P. M.
, LADIES bAY FRIDAY.
Boys Jd 12 Free to
are the popular style la boms
architecture. I pecUlli? on
dealcnin( snd bulWinc bunf
slows that are conYenint la
srrsncement, homelike la ap
pearance. At Moderate Cost-;
If yoa sre thinking of build
ing call snd sea me, or phons
lor sa engagement. .
Clarence Simmons ',
CONTRACTOR . BUILDER
Ninth and Main Street.
Phone PasvMaln $292.
Furnished with operating
room, ward and private
Fo f tbe arrest anr con riot ion
of any person or persons, who
unlawfully remove copies of The
Morning Enterprise from the e
premises of aubacrlbera after
paper by been placed there by
Real Estate Tratisfsr.
John 2. Col to Marlon R Cola
acre of secUon 25, township 1 aouth,
rang l east; $10.
11 nam p. and Iitta fahik m
Daniel p. Lehigh, Und Iq Oregon CUy;
William F. and Riiiahat n.rn.ii
, .9!r w- -na -" W. Force;
Jacob A. Dotaon til faeirtnirlat fl
balr"!.' rthw"- Quarter and
Malrfama BkBtM asaamai
, l SSJ 11 W 7PI I
half of the northeast quarter of
ou township 3 aouth. rang 3
M Ln- 0rse and
. U C. In seollon J4.
township $ south, rang 3 east; 11 '
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