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MORNING ENTERPRISE, WEDNE8DAY, JULY 12, 1911
OUR BIG Qcan up' Sale now
on. Everything in the
Store reduced from
25 to 50 per cent. x
't fail to attend this Great Sale
t means MONEY
Suspension Bridge or.
Ilrrs's to tha bride."
LOCAL PRUTS ,
urcnr Schuyler, of Aurora, waa
his city on business Tuesdsy. "
Imrnall. of IJbral, was In tbla
on business Tuesdsy.
A. I'lper, practical painter ,and
ralor. Call Jonea drug autre.
r. and Mra. Ernest Guentber, of
hel, were In tbla city on Monday.
lia Ethel Oresvea baa returned
i ('axerado, after spending week
i ber cousin. Miss Kuth Csllff.
r. and Mra.
Al Hchoenborn, of
thla City on bualneaa
ua. were in
a too warm to bake. Why not get
al Dread. Fresh every day a Ha.
Mra. J. Mulvanl. who resides nar
ua, waa In tbla city vlaltlng frlenda
lira. K. II. Long, of Mullno. accom-
led br bar dauKhter, were In tbla
on Tueaday. '
r. B. A. Sotnmsr, formerly of Or-
City, baa moved hla office to 1017
belt building, Portland.
rank Irlah, of tbla
Kldorado, where hi
city, haa gone
i will do Bome
k on Ma farm.
Mrs. H. L. Gravea left on Tueaday
Long Beach, Wash., where aba will
It wltb frlenda for aeveral weeka.
M you want a week at Seaald wltb
peiises pa I 1T What anap. Help
ir favorite In the W. A. Holmes va
Miss Ruby McCord haa returned
in a week's vlalt with her coualn,
Virginia Mead, of 1-brtland,
I The Makee ef
Will Be Incomplete
WE CAN MAIL IT ANYWHERE FOR
25 CENTS A MONTH
It'sworth the money. ' " '
Itf's like a letter from home
every day. , '" ' i
It will' keep you fully informed
about the happenings of your city
and countyduringfyour absence.
rSLtTISYott can place yor order by telephone.
1 fciThe! Morning Enterprise it theonly -daily
newspaper between Portland
and Safcm. It la steadily growing
, . Yon get all the news worth while in ,
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SAVING to yoo
- Oregon City
Charles Spangler and wife, of Carua,
were In thla city on Tueaday vlaltlng
Mr. and Mra.
Needy,- were in,
Albert' Klllott. of
(bit city on Tuea-
day. , i ,
Mra. M. L. Drlgga has gone to Port
lunil, where abe will vlalt friend for
a few oaya.
Mini Mods Goldsmith, of I'ortland,
la In thla city, the gueal of her coualn.
the Misses Goldsmith.
- llainmock weather.
Hum ley's. TUg atock.
(Set one at
I Margrave, a real eatate man of
Portland, waa tranaactlng bualneaa In
thla city on Tueaday.
Joe Allen, of Oregon City, haa ac
cepted a poaltlon with the Duane Ely
lore on He vent h street.
Ted Marley left on Monday for Spo-
1rn.- Waah . where- he will spend the.
aunimer with relatives.
Hoy lilibr. after visiting hla aunt,
Mra. C. Hchuebet, of thla city, left on
Monday evening for bla home at Phoe
Miss Ona Cary, of Heaver Creek,
waa In thla city on Tueaday, having
come here on bualneaa.
Miss Marvel Kly, who waa stricken
wltb severe attack of appendicitis
last w eek, la at III very III, and la con
fined to her room.
Mlaa Louis Ilrace, of Portland,
formerly teacher of the Oregon City
schools. Is In thla city the gueat of
Mra. J. II. Mattley.
Kodak days are here. Have talk
with the Kodak man at Huntley
Hrotbera Co. Cemeraa for ft up. Free
Mr. and Mra. Prsuk Scboenborn aud
baby went to Wllholt on Sunday,
where it-ey spent the day at the re
Wllholt stage will leave the Electric
Hotel each day at t o'clock p. m.
fl. J. Taylor and sister, Mra. A.
Craves, of Crooke, Wash., who have
been In thla city visiting their Bister,
Mrs. James liawson and family, left
for their homes fin Sunday,
Patronise home Industry. W. A.
Holmes and tha contestants for the
Seaside trip are all Industrious, dive
them a boost during the Forced Sale.
"Bobby" Beetle, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Iteatle, who recently met with
a pslnfufacrldent when hla limb waa
broken, la Improving rapidly, and Is
now able to be out with the aid of
- s -
Mr. and Mra. William KImaey, who
were recently married at Forest
drove, have taken the apartments of
the Log us estate recently vacated by
Dr. and Mrs. L. A. Morris. Mrs. Kim
sey waa formerly mlaa Minnie tktbals
Mrs, William Money,' of this city,
who recently underwent a serious
surgical operation at tha St. Vincent
Hollspllal, haa 4en able to
be brought to her home In this city.
The operstlon, which - was very suc
cessful, wss performed by Drs, K. A.
Hotunier, R. C. Coffey, of I'ortland, and
Dr., Hugh 8. Mount, of this city.
Charles Bchoeuhelns, who left here
a boil t su weeks ago to Join the band
of the Arnold a show, Is In this city
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mra
Hchoenhelu, of Willamette. The Ar
nold Hhow la at present In I'ortland,
but will leave nest week fur Newberg
aud other points when Mr. Boh eon
helns expects to join the company.
liooat, Iloost. Iktost, and your friends
In the Holmes Seaside contest will
appreciate the favor. Vote for your
favorite Supply your needs during
the Forced Hale st no profit prices.
F. A. Dodge, of Uroton, South Da
kota, who has bet-n tne guesta of bis
former achoolmatea, Mr. and Mrs. W.
A. Wlille and Mra. J. L Bwafford, of
this city, left, for his home on Mon
dsy evening. This waa Mr. Dodge's
first vlult to thlj city,, snd be was
much Impressed wltb the scenery and
the climate. He la an etenxlve land
owner of South Dakota.
Mra. T. Haxfard, who left tbla city
several months ago for ls Angeles,
Cal., to visit her mother, Mrs. Mc
(iee, returned to Oregon City on Mon
day evenlns, with her twin sons,' who
were born at Ia Angeles. The names
of Harry and Harold have been given
tlv; in. Mra. Haxsard waa accompanied
here by her mother, who will vlalt
here during the summer. Mr. Haxzard
waa at the Southern l'arlflo station
early to greet his boys whom be had
never seen, when they arrived on the
train. Mr. llanrd la one of the
proudest fathera In thla city.
Commencing on Monday, July 2,
Merchants' launch will be served at
Room. 70S Main streetfrom 11 to 1
Room, 703 Main street.
o'clock ; 25 cents.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Starka, of plain
field. Wis., have arrived In thla city
and are visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mr l. I. H. BmllY or Canemah. Mr.
Starka la the son of one of
the prominent potato kings ef IWs
consin, who la welt known throughout
that state. This year he has more
than fitx) acres In potatoes, and the
crop there la exceptionally good. Mr.
and Mra. Starka are making tour
of the Weat, and are delighted with
the weather they are experiencing.
Try jhat Wisconsin Swiss cheese,
joc per pound at Harrla' grocery.
If you want augar and fruit jars
at the right price, go to Harris groc
R. O. Holmes, a former resident of
Oregon City, but now of Jefferson,
Kan., postmaster and merchant of that
city, baa arrived; In Oregon City and
ia visiting, with hla brother. W. A.
Holmes, and family, of I'ark place. Mr.
Holmea left on Tueaday morning for
Lebanon, Or., where he will visit Mr.
snd Mrs. II. Lucaa for aeveral day a.
but will return to Oregon City to re
main for aeveral weeka before return
ing to Kanaaa.
W. A. Holmea la.anxioiia to give one
of Oregon City's young ladles a vaca
tion at Seaside, one of. the leading
summer resorts. If you will call at
hla atore he will give full particulars
howj-ou can have your friend win.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hannifin,
who have been on a six weeks' visit
st Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, and at
Chicago, returned to their home In
Oregon City on Monday.evenlng. Mr.
and Mrs. Hannifin noted many changes
In their old home In Canada. There
ia a shortage of strawberries, rasp
berries and all klnda of early fruits
In Canada. The former are bringing
$2.60 a crate, and It la hard to get
them at that price. In Chicago Mr.
and Mrs. Hsnnlfln experienced the ex
treme heat, and aaw horses fall In
the street from the hest. Many of
the homea which they passed had
mourning on the doora, as many of
the resldenta of that place died from
lat. They are glad to get back to
old Oregon, where everything looks so
green and fresh. Mr. and Mrs. Hanni
fin were In Chlcsgo three days visit
Ing Mrs. Hannifin s brother.
"You needn't come back. ' I got
Jewell Flreless Cooker at Huntley's
tnd don't need a girl any more."
MOODY MOVES STABLE.
Flouring Mills Oat Old Building at
Eighth and Main Streets.
Harry 8. Moody, who has been In
Ibe livery business for the past eight
years at Eighth and Main streets, haa
moved his stsbVto the large building
at the rear of the gtrehlg meat mar
ket, which has been for many years
used as a feed barn. Thla building
has been thoronghly renovated. The
Mooring where the vehicles are kept
is of concrete and the large stall room
where the horses are kept haa been
renovated and presents a neat ap
pearance. Mr. Moody baa Installed
sanitary feed boxes.
An office, and sleeping apartment
for the two men who remain at the
stable at night Jn case of fire adjoin
the stable and are on Sixth atreet
The exterior of the building haa been
re painted. The building from which
Mr. Moody moved his atable had been
used for more than 20 years as liv
ery stable, and waa recently purchas
ed by the Portland Flouring Mills.
Thje building la undergoing extensive
repairs, and will soon be occupied by
the company aa a salesroom. The
business office Is on Railroad avenue.
Whips ! Whips ! 1
We Give 'Em Away
WITH EACH S5 PURCHASE
WE WILL GIVE YOU A n
RAWHIDE BULQQY WHIP.
Dealers In Wool, Flour, Hay,
Grain, Feed, Coal, Salt, Sugar,
California Fruits and Produce-
uth AND MAIN 8T8,
Oregon City. ,
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ORKOON AGRICULTURAL COL
LKUB. CORVALLIB, Or., July 11.
(Hjieclal.) -"The three problems In
poultry raising that trouble the farm
era of'praKon more than any othe.s,"
aaya proftysor Jans Dryden, of the
Oregon Agricultural College poultry
department, "are first, settle- the
eggs In winter; second, lice snd mites;
and third, raising the chicks.
"We gave the farmers' opinion as
to whether there wss profit or njt
In poultry keeping. The answers to
this question are designed, to abow
why there Is not more profit In the
business. Out of 333 answers we re
ceived the following replies; Blx'.v
two said the problem wss, how to get
eggs In winter; 80, lice and mites; (8,
raising the chickens; 24. hawks; 8,
coyotes; 34, other vermin; 4, rslns
or wet weather; 20, feeding- 9, hatch
ing; eg, miHcellaneoua difficulties.
"To make the hen Isy In winter Is
apparently- the real problem; and yet
Ita solution depends upon the solution
of other problems. It is not merely
a question of caring for or making
the hens lay. The problem goes back
to the making of the hen. If the ben
were made right there would be little
trouble In making her lay. How to
make the ben lay In winter resolves
Itself largely Into a question, of mak
ing the hen.
"I am Inclined to think that the 68
who said that the raising of the chicks
Is the hardest problem, csme nearer
'hitting the nail on the bead.' To get
a profitable egg yield under any con
ditions, the flock of layera must be
frequently renewed. The old ben
doesn't pay. For commercial pur
poses It seldom paya to keep her more
than two years. This means that In
a few years s !ne farmer haa raised
seversl generatlona of fowls, and any
mistake In the breeding or raising Is
fraction of a second Ister than
" '"ltry r mu"J wWtbrse-wa
tain tha offspring wltb the same vigor
and vitality aa the parent; otherwise
there would soon be no eggs In win
ter becauae of lack of constitutional
vigor In the stock.
"Hut It la not all In the raising.
There Is probably more In the breed
ing and It la not so much a matter
of the breeda. JMo matter bow they
may be raised, fed and cared for.
some nvns won t lay, because tbey
hsve not the breeding or the laying
capacity. On the other hand, some
will Isy, almost In spite of neglect;
that Is a question of breeding.
One farmer replied to the question.
thst the problers, with him was, "To
make the exit large enough for the
bens, but too small for the valuable
cattle dog, and to have open front
house and yet be protected from
skunks, owls.' bswks, and wild cats."
Another complained of the problem
of shipping and marketing; another
haa difficulty In getting on the market
the kind f feed be wants; snd still
another finds his problem "To keep
the chlcka growing from time of hatch
ing until ready for market, and keep
them free from disease."
Heart to Heart
by EDWIN K, NYK
A MOTHER'S HEROISM.
fjook how tills love, this mother, runs
The workl Jod mad, svsn the besst. ths
Froiu Kansas City couiee 4 story of
mother bravery that would mske a fit
theme for a noble poepa which should
sing the praises of mother devotion
Mrs. Florenre Young, the mother of
five beautiful children, was busy about
the work . of ber household. A fero
cious dog. snpHwed to te mad. ran
Into the bonne aud attacked one of the
Aa a Den e tlKres throws herself In
defeuxe of v her young, Mr, von up
sprMiij; ujxiii the nnimul. .
The little one ext sped tvlio a scratch
aud then Ui:uu the awful tight be
tweeu the wuiuuu and Ibe dog.
...1 .1 .1 B ..I
I Ulie llH I'Uliurt-u wiimhj Nwrui uvi
screuuilinj In lueir rrtxiit Mrs. loung
fought the furious beam sliiKif baud
ed. but with thrice ber uhuuI strength
And she bad the advantage.
Because she was uot fighting for her
self, but for her brood. And the brute
waa aiii-prlsed fcnd disconcerted by the
tremendous attack of Mra. Young.
Finally, with a howl of defeat, the
dog gave way and ran from the place.
The little ones were saved.
But at what eieuse!
. The. body of the ouc mother was
torn and lacerated, and the awful shock
of the battle with tlie brute hsd pros
trated her almost beyond revival.
For days she lay In the hospital suf
fering' the possibility nlaioet the -er-talnty
that she must pay the jteuulty
of her Intrepid content' by a horrible
death.' '.' v ,
Science snred her.
Hut always she will carry the arnrs
of her, heroism.
It was the week following ''mothers'
day" when the Incident occurred, nnd
not one of the tributes of that dsy wim
too lofty to fit the mother lore of this
woman who gave the lust full measure
of devoted dHrins to her little flock.
Which Is the mother of IL
Somebody tins snld who wss It?
somebody hns snld Uat Ood msd
mothers because he himself could, not
he around a U the time.
Cslt and Saxon. "
One of SherVdwus ale waa of an
Irishman who met a Hriton of the true
John Bull pattern stsndlng with fold
ed arma In a contemplative mood, sp
parently medltstlng on the gnsatnew
of bis little lxlnnd. ,
"Allow m to differ with ye!" x
claimed the Celt.
"But I hsve said nothing, air," re
plied John Bull.
"And a man may think lie aa well
aa publish U." persisted the pngna
'PerhMp vmi are bailing for fight?"
queried the Briton.
"Allow me to compliment v on the
quickness of ret nereeptlon" s1
Pntrick. throwing down his coat Anrt
then the? pitched In.
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Playing' Tsnnls. '
Teuula. says the Woman's Home
Couipsulon. Is a game which requires
a great dual of bodily activity snd pro
duces a quick bear! action aud a
quick heart Sctloo neceoxltRtes d.-.-p
brestUliig. Clothes which preveul tit;)
vrestblug prevent both proer plarftiK
snd keen enjoyment of the gaisw In
vtber words, tight clothes should u
be worn. Corsets which are o long
as to lniede free leg action are ,4ol
fit for tennis, for a girl csnnoi ruu well
without, hsvlng free leg swing from the
blpa. Ulouiuers. a soft. oiiMtsrctu-d duck
or flannel waist snd skirt! woolen
stocking (to prevent foot eoreiiesst snd
tenuis shoes which Of snugly wit boor,
betug tight form the pnn"r costume.
The other two bsudtcsps. Inferloi
muscular development nod slow uerr
ous reaction, can le avoided. If-not
overcome. Inferior inuwolar detrlop
Blent la Inherent. But one of tlw heno
lira of tennis as a genie Is I but It t-ait
be played without trret streustb. The
plsyer who depends upon 'eiee! and
strength of shot shine Is slmof sure of
defeat st the hand of I he cs refill
"place sbi" plsyer she who. without
either strength or smashes or greoi
speed or ball, puta tbe retuma where
tbey Just can't be reached .
"Nervoua reaction time"' means the
time which eiaisiea between -tbe will
to do anything and tbe doing or It.
Players who are alow In the nervous
reaction time will start to run to get
to the ball they see coming over tbe
sctlon Hloie. Tbe slow thinkers will
wing tbelr rscket at tbe ball too late,
often bitting at It after It baa gone
But nervous reaction time aa applied
to tennis can be trained. Just aa tbe
muscles csn be trained. And there U
no finer, quicker method or training
tbsn playing tennis with brick or
ir you csn get tbe use or tbe side of
a bonse with smooth ground Dear It
drew a line three feet from tbe ground
on tbe wall, representing tbe net. and
proceed to "play the wall." Strive to
make tbe ball bit tbe wall above tbe
line It will, of course, rebound to tbe
ground. Hit It sgaln. Hit it reason
ably bard, so tbe return Is swift. Hit
It at various angles, so you have to
run' after the return. It la astonishing
the Improvement which a few hours
or such - practice will make In your
game because of tbe Increased "new
roue reaction" speed.
When you walk the whole body
should be thrown Into a ststa of mild
tension, putting every nitmrle into vig
orous, responsive action. It should be
so perfectly balanced thst every part
does, Ita work without strain. The ab
dominal muscles should bold in tbe
stomach quite possible eveu wltb the
portly If they will but make the effort.
The ahoulder. blp and ankle Joints
should be upon a line, tbe cbest beld
high snd besd erect, but not tipped
Tbe correct position of the bead msy
be tested by holding a book upon tbe
crown. In this position tbe body re
quires Ita greatest ease, snd every mus
cle performs a maximum of tabor wltb
a minimum of waste and consequent
expenditure of force.
Etiquette ef 8 ports.
In regard to the etiuuelte or sports,
nearly every outdoor recreation la
practiced under the guidance or for
mal rules that the fair winded sports
woman should scorn to neglect. But
tbeee rules tnUst be supplemented by
certain minor nlcetlea of behavior that
are not laid down In tbe fixed regula
tions. Courtesy and consideration ror
others are the underlying principles In '
every rorm or etiquette, and nowhere
la It more necessary than In outdoor
porta , - -
What woman cares to ride or drive
with a man who Is not 'thoughtful ror
her comfort? What man or woman
cares to plsy tennis or golf with a per
son who Is rude or tricky Ui playlngsT
And so on through sll of tbe outdoor
' Cream For Sunburn.
What a sunburned skin needs first of
an Is cream not cold crenm. but the
reel cresm that Is sklniined off milk.
If you are fortunate enough to hsve
more fresh cream than you need for
tbe tftble put It In thick Invent on your
face. Possibly you will find butter
milk even more soothing.'. If your face
Is very sensitive and you feel tbst It
shonld be wsxhed. best some milk,
dissolve cornstarch In It, nslng enough
milk ti cover the cornstarch, and wash
tbe face In this, letting the cornstarch
dry ou the face. Then uash off with
Select comfortable aboea for mouu
Is In climbing and a serviceable but
Pon gloves for gardening and motor
ing, even If they do feel hot, for grub
by, blistered hands are never pretty
to look upon. . . . '.
Keep the elbows from growing cal
lous with exosure from elbow sleeves
Select a comfortable, lightweight
shade hat that will shield the face for
sutlng. one that ran be rVilled up in
the trunk wlthont dnrnngi itvd not be
Injured by rain or sun.
Mr. and Mrs. Mai Bands are 4n this
rt'tv visiting the former's mother and
sister. Mrs. J .O. Rands and Mrs. W.
'A. White. Mr. Rands and his wife are
making their home for the presenr'st
Esticsda. where the former la assis
tant engineer of the construction
works of the dsm at River Hill, one
ml' west of Rstacada.
Mr. snd Mrs. William R. ligus will
esvs In their automobile on Friday
fir Tillamook, where they will remain
'ir l week. Mr. Iigus, who Is traf
irj mnnnger of (he pacific Telephone
''ompany with headquarters at Port
In ml, will combine business with
nlessure, camping on the way and
enjovlng some of the fishing thst Is
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HOW HE WAS ,
Bv OSCAR COX
f American Press Asso
- We' may dre up a omit lu uni
form, loot a horu. a rsitle. a drum,
lu bi xr slid be sill eboot down
bis fellow being with greul test But
try to niuke h,io kill even oiv of fbetu
In cold blood, iro-n you will see what
a difficult milter It bv
There wss once a kingdom not as
big ss Moohco. and that - Is small
rnougb n ail conscience. Little Bonne
shoo was but Ore miles In clrcniufer
en Yet It wss a perfect kiugdorn.
for King Husiidigrab wss a Teal royal
personage., five feet high, five feel
around the girth snd wore a crowo
that . welched pretty nearly ss aim-ta
aa himself ' lie bad a cabinet, masters
of tbe robes and hounds and courtier
galore- There were 5JU oomntooers.
with a a umber of hones, males, csi
and other snl ma is The general of the
army of forty men (mostly effectives'
wss a terrible frliow. with fierce tuu
ta bios as sinled ss bis sword
But the army and the general wets
both for "how. for the kingdom was
a nder the protection 'of Its neighbor,
tbe emperor of liolllliac. who bad bee
paying It a stated sum ever since the
principal part of the territory bnd been
lopped off many centuries before fur
the benefit of tbe empire. Besides,
the little Honneshons were tbe most
peaceful eople In tbe world- Bo ten
der hearted were tbey tbst once when
a mosquito flew over there from what
Is now New Jersey they refrslned from
killing It. so tbst It planted all tbe
pools with mosquitoes.
Neverti"'esa there wss once m mur
der committed In tbe kingdom by a
ma nna medU a na 'Gotterman. But
that waa an exceulkinal case, for tie
killed bis wife, wbo waa a nagger.
Perhaps for tbla extraordinary Incite
ment to murder be might bare gone
cot free bad be not been laxy and
generally worthless. 8o be waa con
victed and sentenced to bsve bis head
BuLstKfe arose a difficulty. There
waa a royal executioner, bat. tike tbe
general or tbe army, be waa ror abow.
He wore tlgbta. a mssk and all that,
constantly carrying an ax on nis
shoulder. But tbe sx wss wooden and
Its bearer so tender hearted that wtien
be bsd fried cbk-ken for tireskftiol His
wife was obliged to cut off its hntd
At a meet lug of Ibe caliuiet tbe
matter or liana Uoiieroisiu was (Ms-
cussed. Slid ll was screen lb:it the
roysl exe-uloiier wohkIii I do lor me
Job at all. So it was decldt-d lo send
reqnertt to the euieror ol HoIIIIhik
ror tbe loan of hi nendsmao, Unfor
tunately l here bad been a revolution
In tbe empire, and the royai exei-n
tlouer ws so iKixy cutting off tbe
heads of rvln-U Mint he could not be
-At another meeting of tbe cabinet It
waa decided lo offer a hundred pieces
of gold to whomsoever would execute
tbe murderer. Tbe offer waa posted
everywhere throughout tbe kingdom,
and the king and hla cabinet waited
for some one to Btep forward, accept
It and. put an end to Uotterman. Bat
no one was willing to kill a man at
the price, and aa no other expedient
waa suggested Ootteroaan still 11 Ted.
One day a moaqalto bit him and lm
predated blm with bacteria that
caased a terrible fever. The (court
waited expectantly, thinking the man
would die. bat be disappointed them
by getting well, and alnc It coot con
siders Me to keep blm tbe cabinet de
cided to let blm ont on. hla promise to
retnrn when an executioner could bt
round to behead blm. He rather ob
jected to tbla. bat hla keeper atopped
hla tood and tbna forced compliance.
Every few days be would pretend be
bad heard that an executioner had ar
rived and go back to tbe Jail, demand
ing rood ad Interim. Tbua be got to
be an Insufferable bore. No one could
be round to kill him. be wouldn't die. t
- One dsy It waa reported to tbe king
that fifty coal miners bad been burled
in a mine. These were cltlxens the
state could not afford to lose. Tbe
cabinet ordered a hundred men col
lected at great expense to dig tbe min
ers oat. Tbey dug a month, when one
day. bearing a vole, they made their
way with pick, and shovel toward , the
sound. After several days hard work
tbey broke Into a compartment and
there round Gottermnn.
He said be had gtine Into the- mine
ror work, but when asked bow be bad
lived so long wlthont rood pointed to
fifty empty dinner palls. He bad gone
Into the place where tbe entombed men
had placed tbelr dinners. None ot the
laborers wa ever got out alive . Got
terman alone aurvlved the catastrophe.
The king was much Incensed when
be besrd the story of Ootterman'a re
cue and renewed hla efforts among the
neighboring atates for the loan of an
executioner, but without success. Then
came a written offer from the murder'
er to cut his own bead off for the prom
Wed reward. Tbe cabinet coo Id not ae
cept It. because there waa a law of
the kingdom against suicide.
One day when tbe cabinet wss In
council a member presented an offer
from a woman who waa known to be
a frightful shrew to mjirry Cotter
man If she were paid as a dowry the
hundred pieces of gold for bla execn
tlon. Tbe cabinet decided to accept
the offer. Aa soon as Oottermsn beard
tbst be must marry the shrew all bis
courage left him. He bad got rid of
one nagger and dreaded to be tied up
with another. A law waa paased com
pelling him to marry tbe woman, and
she talked blm to deafa within
A Csnsl Event.
Tbe first rsnalboat from the great
lakea arrived lu .New York city Nov.
84. 1823. .,
' Had Enough Chin.
Barber Hhall I go over tbe rhln
again, atrt Vlctlm-No. You dutrt
aay anything very interesting' Life.
Soap waa known In 2 B. C Busi
ness of manufacturing it began in
London In 1IS24.
Possd ss a Mis.'
A bearded Swedish woman wbo con
ccaled ber set wss enrolled among ths
grenadiers of Charles XII.
will i Inev'tasl M eatt essrt W
nertion hajf a esat akJIMss'
Uuna. ti ssaJt asssa, B aer a
uicti rani. iiMej
Cash must aosvai
e ot avroiint with Us
llnanrlal rpMlbimr far
errors e-rur free crrisBt
prlm4 or seXrm.
MKMHKR8 of Multnoma Lodge, No.
1. A. If ft A.' M , are requested
meet af the lodge room on Wednes
day. Joly 12. U. at 1:30 O'clock
P. M. for the purpose of atteodlac
the funeral of our late brother,
Clarence K. Buck lea. x.
8. L STEVENS, Secretary. .
and Ferrtale Help.
WANTED Men and wotnen to work
on aalary. Call fjl Main.
WANTED Ton to know mat wo bay .
all klnda of Curios, that we at la
tbe market for second hand farmV
ture and Tools. We also bar a
good assortment of second band
Furniture and Tools on band for
aale to thoss tn need. Cocao aaJ
see; perhspe we have Juat what row .
want Indian Curioa and trinket "
for aale cheap; some that are vary
unique and also very rare. OEOROS
TO UNO, Main near Fifth street. :
vVANTL- auimu advertisements for
thla column. Prices wrr reaaoav
able. 6e raise at bead of eoltaUs.
. Read the Morning Enterprise.
WANTED You to know that the Eav
terprise job printing department l
the most complete . In tha ' Stato. '
outside Portland. Try It for your
LOST Between 608 Fourth, Seventh
and Main streets, gold watch chana
with Initials O. L. on bottom. Kind
er leave at Gardner's Jewelry atore.
FOR SALE -Space In tbla oolanta
Sell that old plow or barrow; yea
..don't ase It since you purees sea1
your new ou. '
FARM LOANS Dimick Dltnlok.
Lawyers,' Oregon City, Or.
O. IX BTBT, Attoraay-at-Law. Mi
loaned, abstracts fttrnssbsa.
tJtlaa TSsstas4. aetata aatUad,
oral law bsas6. Ovw Baak
ITRXN A BCHUKBKU Atloraays-eaV
Law, Daataefaar advakat, wtH araa
ilea la an aoarta, aaaa oatlaeAloaa
aad aattlsmsota. Offloe la Batar
prim BMg. Oracoa City. Oracaa.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONET TO LOAN On first mart '
gage; S0O and upwarda: oae year '
or longer. Apply at OBoa, Croea a
Hammond, Attorneys at Law,
ver Bldg. Oregoa City.
BUILDER AND CO"" ACTOR.
HARXY JONk BnUdar aad OaaaraJ
Co tractor. Batlmat chaailaJJj
Jvaa oa all daaasa of
work, eoasrsts walks IM i alagei ties
enasrus. Raa. FVaaa Maaa lit.
U. H. COOPER. For Fire Ixtawaaa .
aad Baal Eetata. Lat aa bsussQ '
your propartlaa wa bay,"' aall aad ,
axchanaa, Offloe la
B1d. Orecon Otty. Oracoa.
SEALED bids will be received at tha
office of the undersigned, Enterprise
Building, Oregon City, Or, until S
p. July 17. 1911. for furnlahtng
200 opera chairs, (mora or leab),
for tha auditorium of tha Hash
School building at Oregon Ctty.
Samples of chairs must be aubmit
ted wltb bids, and price must In
clude delivery at Oregon City. Board
of Directors reserve the right to
reject any and all bids.
B. E. BRODIE,v
Clerk of School District No. (j2, Ore
gon City, Oregon. s
July 1U 1911.
H. F. Latourette, an attorney of
Portland, was In tbla city on legal
business Tuesday, and while here via
Ited bla parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. D.
TKE WORUS GT.EATESTSr.:3 KACIXE
Ifywa wantelthera Vlbrstlng ahatl
Hhulllo or a Minsie xfirf4i ti nsmsiwsi
drwlug MsetalD wriie at
tni w aim iiwm tussist ttsHzi
Masr wln( mx-hi Mr msd tn wll rsI'lt I t,
sulitr. iss Mew Hsxn It nsos W
Out ssstsaly ss n oat. '.
aJd by aataH-1 deals aa
W. L. MARSHALL,
350 Morrison St. Partlar C
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