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MOIININO ENTERPRISE, HATUHDAY, JULY 15, 19ll
OUR ANNUAL JULY
) more beneficial to you than the rain these hot days
3ecauie the big genuine 'reduction we are giving on
Vllhot weather wearing apparel, make it eaiy to
tension Bridge Cor.
dnym from Leydeu. A It
lo the wife of Everman Rob-
Molalla. an eight-pound son.
bins formerly was Miss Clara
. of Oregon City. '
a toward, of Carua, was among
ton City business visitors on
I orris, of Lama, waa In thla
(Mrs. Jscob Stelna went to
k, Thursday, where they
Mrs. A. L Jones, of El-
kere In tbls city Friday, at-
ha Chautauqua. ,
stags will leave tbs Elsctrlo
h day at 1 o'clock p. m.
rklna. on of tbs well-known
of 8bubU was la tbls Ity
Evens, Haieldale, was In this
JKchuebel, ons of tbs wall
btrtners of Bbubel, was In tbls
Friday, and waa tbs guest of
1 af i irk
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WE CAN MAIL IT ANYWHERE FOR
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very day. ,
bout the haooeninirs of vour citv
Ind county during your absence.
The Morning Enterprise
EAR ANCti SALE
ivercome the hot weather.
EE OCR WINDOWS"
bis brother, C. Bcbusbsl. Mr. Schue
bel states tbs people In that part of
the county are complaining of the
unusual hot weather. He said that on
Thursday, about 4 o'clock, there was
a slight shower with the raindrops as
large as half dollars, and between I
and S o'clock considerable rain fell,
which settled the dust It waa greatly
appreciated by the farmers, many of
wboae gardens were In need of the
Henry Hughes, a prominent farmer
of Ilesvsr Creek, wss transacting busi
ness In this city on Frldsy. ,
William Cantwell, of Canby, was In
this city on business rrlday. v
Dr. K. A. Bommer, formerly of Ore
gon City, has moved his office to 1017
Corbett building, Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Olmstesd, accom
panied by the former's mother, Mrs.
Otmstead, hsv gone to The Dalles,
whereghey will visit for a few days.
Iter. J. W. Rxon, of Dover, wss In
thla city on Frldsy on business In
connection with the erection of a
church at Wllsonvllle. The Rev. Exon
Is one of the ministers of the county,
who holds services at that place.
J. C Williams, accompanied by his
two children, Gladys and Orvllle, of
Portland, were In this city on Frldsy,
visiting the former's mother, Mrs. J.
II. Williams. . Mr. Williams has re
covered from his attsck of diphtheria.
He was In the hospital for two weeks
shortly after being taken down.
Mrs. Roy Woodward and baby, wbo
have been at Estacada visiting her
parents, Mr. end Mrs. J. 8. Womer,
have returned to Oregon City. Mr.
Woodward, who accompanied them to
Estacada, la employed at that place,
and will not return for several weeks.
Walter Hummart. representing the
Preel-Hexle Company, of Portland,
waa In tbls city on business Friday.
Joseph Tsylor, of Portland, waa In
this city on business Frldsy. Mr.
Taylor Is a representative of the Zann
Attorney J. It Rysn, of Portland,
was In this city on Frldsy on his way
to Wllholt. where he will spend a
week at WllbolN Springs. . Mr. Ryan,
who Is taking bis first vacation In ten
years, hsd a large supply of fishing
tsckle, snd expects to catch many of
the spotted trout tbst abound In the
mountain streams In thst vicinity, and
will remember all of his friends In
Portland upon his return to that city.
He waa accompanied to Oregon City
by F. C. Ilanley, an attorney of Port
land, who will have, charge of Mr.
Ryan's business affairs until the tat
A. N. Berry, of Ellensburg, Wash.,
Waa In tbls city on Thursday and Fri
day, and while here registered at the
Elect lie hotel. . .
J. C. Vaughsn, of Csnby, one of the
prominent horsemen of tbst city, was
In this city on business Friday. .,.,.
Mrs. R.'M. C. Brown, who accom
panied her huaband to Portland, where
be was taken to the BC Vincent's hos
lt's worth the money. ,
It'js like a letter from home
It will keep you fully informed
.Yots can place yoor 6rdt by telephohcv
The I Morning Enterprise is theflonly
datly- newspaper between" Portland
and Salem. It ia steadily growing .
' in popularity. '$"..
Yooet all the newsworth whllq in
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pital, after he was Injured In this city
several weeks ago, was In Oregon City
Frldsy and said that her husband was
Improving, but he Is suffering from
the warm weatber. Mrs. Drown re
turned to Portland and will remain
at hsr busbsnd's bedside until be Is
sble to be brought to this city.
Mrs. Ashton left Frldsy afternoon
for Carus, wbsre she wUI visit Mrs.
Christiansen for several dsya.
Dr. Thomss Fog who recently mov
de to Portland from this city, wss In
Oregon City Frldsy on profssstonal
Rssl Estats Trsnsfsrs.
Chris and Msry M. Henriksen to
Rlchsrd and Minna Wltxel, 40 acres
of section 10, township I south, rsnge
t east; fg.OOO.
Joseph Duua to W. J. Wilson, 10
sores of section I, township t south,
rsnge 4 east; 111.
Jean Baptist Reward to Peter Bast
ard, 100 acres of D. U C, ot MAM.
McCsrver and wife, II.
Lydla snd llsrry U reaves to Rschael
Reed, and Arthur Allen Reed, frac
tional sast half of lot "C", tract 10,
Willamette and Tualatin tracts; 1260.
W. F. and Sophia M. Bcbooley to
Joseph Collins, lots t and 10 of block
6, West Gladstone; 1225.
CONTEST STRIKES POPULAR CHORD
(Continued from Psge 1.)
etc., which Is necesssry when taking
ttibnciiptlona for The Enterprise, by
notifying the Contest Editor snd same
will be brought or mailed at once.
Start out Co see your friends st once
or notify them of your ambitions and
before many days you will be leading
your district by s good number of
A number of Inquiries have been re
ceived at The Enterprise office ask
ing If csndldstos hsd to secure sub
scriptions In the district tbey re pre
sent. No, csndldsles can secure sub
scriptions anywhere in the State, Unit
ed States, or the world, and votes
will be allowed according to the print
ed vote schedule published on the Isst
page of tbls Issue. Candldstes when
securing subscriptions should turn
them In as soon as possible as peo
ple when favoring you with an order
are aostous to receive the psper, snd
lesrn how your"chsnces are compared
With other candidates. Tbe vote cer
tificates thst are Issued csn be cast
at the time they are made out, or can
didates csn withhold tbem and cast
them at any time during tbe contest,
but get the names Into the office as
soon ss possible.
Votes to bs Counted Daily.
After nest Tuesday the votes sent
or brought In for you and depoalted
In the ballot box at The Enterprise
office, will be counted dally and the
corrected list published In the follow
ing Issue, se you and your friends an
keep posted bow tbe contestants ere
working and who the five leaders of
the two districts are each day.
For the benefit of thoee who are
not Informed we 'will again announce
that there are ten prices In all to be
awarded to the ten candldstes (five
In each district) who finish with the
largest number of votes on Saturday
night. September S. which ere as fol
lows: . . -
TwoOrsnd Upright Kimball Planoa,
valued at It 00. Two "Twentieth Cen
tury" (latest model) New Home drop
head aewlng machines, value $75 esch.
Musical educatlona at the foremost
conservstory of music in Portlsnd.
Two business scholsrshtps In the best
Institution or Its kind In the city of
Portland, and two solid gold wstches
(ladles else), value $30, which were
purchased at the well-known local
firm of Burmelster a Andersen, the
lesdlng watchmakers and Jewelers of
Prises Are Hendsome. v . '-
The selection of these prises waa
carefully considered before making
the announcement and are ones which
we feel will appeal to the candidates
who will compete for them..
To show fairness and Impartiality
In this contest Clackamas county will
be divided Into two districts as fol
lows: District No. 1 All of Oregon City
within tbe city limits.
District No. 2 The remainder of
CIscksmss county, snd tbe distribu
tion of prises will be as follows:
The two candidates receiving the
largest number or votes In each dis
trict will be awarded the two Kim
ball Upright Orand Pianos, valued at
1400 each. The next two highest can
dldstes (one In each district) will re
ceive the two "Twentieth Century"
(latest fodel) New Home drop sew
ing machines, valued $75 each. To
the two candidates (one In each dis
trict) who finish with the third larg
est number of, votes g musics! or busi
ness education (optional with the win
ners).. These scholarships Include
third and fourth prlsea. Two eoltd
gold watches (ladles slse) Willi be
warded to the two candidates (one
In esch district) who finish with the
fifth hlgheet number of votes'. - Tbe
gold watches are valued at $30 each
and can be seen on display In the
windows of the Oregon City leading
jewelers and watchmakers, Burmels
ter a Andreaen, 619 Main street
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AN ARMATURe, . WtlOHINO 6100
v HIS LKO.
Brsdley Woodesrd, son of Mr. and
Mrs. K. R. Woodward, of this city,
suatslned serious Injury on Thursdsy
wblie working at the carbarns at Mil
wsukle. Woodward Is an armature
winder, employed by the Portland
Railway, Light a Power Company,
and waa lo tbe act of winding one of
these when It slipped from bis hold
snd fell on his leg. crushing It bsdly.
Tbs ' armature ' weighs sbout 5,000
pounds, and It was fee red at first
that It would be nocessary to ampu
tate Mr. Woodward's leg at tbe knee,
but on Friday bis condition bad Im
proved lo such sn extent the physic
ians st St. Vincent's Hospital found
that the leg could be saved.
Mr. and Mrs. Woodward went to
Portlsnd In an automobile on Friday
to bring their son to tbe family home
on Center street In this city.
FIRST GRADE CHERRIES
ARE HARD TO GET
BERRIES PLENTIFUL ENOUGH
FOR DEMAND BUT
, NO SURPLUS. '
The market Is short on first grade
cherries, but long on poor stuff and
tbs Utter moves rather slowly. Ber
ries sre plentiful enough to meet tbe
demsnd, but there seems to be. no
greet surplus. Prices are lower, how
ever, than growers sre Inclined to ac
cent with much satisfaction.
There la a good demand for spring
chickens Old hens are. not In very
good demsnd, but move fairly well.
Tbe demand for ducka continues fair.
Ouotarron tor Oregon City.
POTATOES Best. Buying $1.00.
F1X3UR AND FEED Flour Is
stesdy, selling from $5 to 15 30; very
little of cheaper grades.
OATS (Buying) Gray, $24 to $25,
white, from $28 to $27.
BCTTER (Baring) Ordinary
ccuntry brings from 15e to 20c,
fancy dairy from 20c to 22?. cream
ery 22c to 25c
EGGS ( Buying Are rsngltg from
10c to lie. according to grade.
POULTRY (Buying Firm with lit
tie good stock offered. Good bens are
bringing 12o. Old roosters are In poor
demand, broilers bring from 16c to 18c,
with good demand. ,
WOOL (Boy;ig Vool prices sre
ranging from ISc to 15c
FEED Shorts $29 'to $30 rolled
barlejr, $31.50 to $32.50: process bar
ley, $33; 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 pounds.
HAT (Buying.) Timothy. $16 to
$17; clover $9 to $10; oat hay, best,
$12; mixed. $10 to $12; alfalfa, $12 to
HIDES (Buying Green bides, 6e
to 6c; saJtsrs, (He to c; dry hides,
12o to 14a Shtep pelts, 25c .to 75c
each. . ; . . - , ,
DRIED FRUITS Local prices are
linn at from So to 10c on apples and
prunes. Reaches are lee.
8 ALT Selling 60c to 90c for fine.
60 lb. sack, half ground 40c; 76 for
100 lb. sacks. ,
Portland Vegetable Markets.
8ACR VEGETABLES Carrots,
$1.250$1.6O per sack; parsnips, $1.25
C$1.50; turnlpa. $1 JSC $1.60; beeta.
VEGETABLES Aspsracua, 90c 6
$1.75 per crate; cabbage, new, $ per
bundled weight: cauliflower, j $Lo0
$1.76 per doten; celery, California, 75c
Q90o per dwsen; cucumbers, 1 1.50 (p
$2.25 per doxen; eggplant. 15c per lb.;
garlic, 10ctJ12o per pound: lettuce.
50o per dozen; hothouse lettuce. $1.60
6$1 per box; peas, 9ct311o per
pound; peppers, 30cJ5c per pound;
radishes, 15e per doxen; rhubarb,
8c per pound; sprouts, 9c; tomstoes,
ONIONS Jobbing prices; Oregon
$2.76 per 100; Australian, $3.60 per
100; Texas, $2.25 per crste: Califor
nia, $2 per crate.
Oregon Cltv Stock Quotations. .
HOGS Hogs are quoted He lower.
From 125 Iba. to 150 lbs. t, from
150 lbs. to 200 lbs. $HC , ,
VEAL CALVES Veal calves ortng
from $o to loc according to grade.
BEEF 8TEER3 eef - steers for J.
the local markets ere fetching Vc to
6Hc live weigat.
SHEEP Mr nrra at se to 6e lrve
weight; - . - j "
BACON, LARD and HAM. are Ann.
11.60.-. ' .
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MARTIN BOROWICK AftKf HfiOO
FROM MRa STOUT AND
Martin Borowlck, through bis attor
neys, Dlralck a Dltnlck, on Frldsy
filed suit for $6,000 damage against
Antoinette Wslden Stout and N. Him.
Tbe plaintiff was seriously Injured on
April 9, 191L when the front of tbe
building on Msln street, between
Third snd Fourth, which 4s used as a
laundry by Him and Is owned by Mrs.
Stout, collapsed. .He ears that he
wss walking along the street when
tbe colls pee came and waa covered
with the debris. The plaintiff declares
tbst the building wss unsafe and bad
been condemned by tbe City Council.
Ills Injuries, be alleges, hsve Incapaci
tated him for labor, and be avers that
they are of a permanent nature.
10 REWARD f
e For the arrest an vnvlctlon
of snr person or persons, who e
unlawfully remove copies of The
Morning Enterprise from tbe
e premises of subscribers after
psper has been placed there by e
There sre few persons who realize
how greatly physiologists are at vsr
Is nee In their estimate of the actual
work performed by the Liver. While
all agree that It Is tbe largest and
one of the very Important glands of
the body, when It comes to tbe ques
tion of the actual work performed,
there seems to be a wide diversity of
Poetically all are agreed, however,
that The principal work of the Liver is
tbe separation of such materials con
tained In the body as might exert a
poisonous Influence upon the body un
less thrown off.
Rexsll Liver Salts has been pro
duced with the Idea of assisting tbe
torpid Liver to perform Its proper
functions In a proper manner, and the
success which baa attended the treat
ment leads ua to recommend thla
preparation to you. .
If your case is not properly bene
fitted, we will refund. all money you
may have paid us for the remedy.
In two sixes. 25c and 50c. Huntley
Bros. Company. Tbe Rexall Drug
Heart to Heart
, By EDWIN A..NYR
-A MISSING BOY.
A corresiioiident from Cedsrvllie. N.
J., tells me a pitiful story or a mlse-
Four years sgo Willie Frsllnger or
that piece,-then aged seventeen years.
disappeared from bis borne and has
not been beard from since.
Some said the boy bsd been murder
ed, others thst be wss kldusped. but
his mother believe be Is sllve and
somewhere In the west.
Tbe mother Is grieving herself al
most to death for ber boj. .
8 be says be wss a good sou snd
there was nd apparent rennou for bis
disappearance beyoud tbe fact tbst
frequently lie tslked of going west to
make bis fottnne. ,
And she wsnts the newspapers to
print tbe fscts so that if by sny chance
the eyes or ber boy may reed tbe Hue
be will know tbst bis mother yesrns
for him day nnd nlgbt.
ir yotMiif Krnllnper la alive and
should hspiien to see thin tslk. surely
he will write home to bis mother.
He did not think. '
It sometlnieM bsens tbst wsy. A
hecdleos boy boiee to go to some Eldo-
rsdo where he will mnke bis fortune"
and then return, discloee bls Identity
snd surprise the whole community.
He due not consider tbe besrtschen
be leaves behind.
Maybe something to tbia story will
prevent some foolish boy from thus
ieavtug home, or It msy csuse some
boy who already hss made tbst mis
take to write home to his grieving snd
anxious friends. .
-Tbe days are lonely for tbe old folks
at home, and the nlchti are long and
drear. They think of yon by day and
dream of you at night ,
; Write tbem a letter. ' ; ?1 '
Tell the dear old folks that yon are
In the land or the living and ease their
troubled heerts. -". ' ' - - " v -Tell
tbem whese yon are and whst
yon are doing. It matters not whether
yon sre making your dreams come true
or not. It Is not your good luck or
your bad lock' they care . so much
They care about you! ,
Anciently burben. were surgeons, e
pei l iliy In raxe if bleeiug. To
slxt thlH uperstloii the patient used to
pnixp.s Ktsff r Kle, wbkli -whs si
w.v kept rnnr thf burlier Kurcoon
T I IiIm tarr WM lied n titpe. which
wtis unil ill luml.i:l:iij the putlentV
arm W'h-h iiit In iiihe nle
huiiu nit-. nt ' Hit it of tlix wort
pcrfi'iimtl lii-IJt'. t.niir ii wtTi k piiliit
ed tn ri'pir tin' pn left In tit
dmirwiij' l.r-l sirj'""!!!' pules wt-re
pi:.uli"i wl'll led mil wl.lu sir'.ie..
with ii I f: sim l;tinlt ir i, nlii nl tlk- eud
whl e iiii'r'e i.irl cr' r r reu'.rwl t.
hiive III. 'in white ts tits ii it T'lN ;i'
nti- it:;1 hi fir- In I'litlfml Ii
IJI'7 The ui' liiirli r-siirwii illel I'1
LmitlWr I" V .foe . ie-lct o
Might In ths bvxim.
Mrs. Newgold My dauirliter hns s
chaperon now. '. Mrs. Sboddlelesr
me, thst's too bsd! . Why, It's only
last week that she hsd a boll on the
back of her neck. She seems to bsve
everything there la agoing. London
Telegrsph. - J
L!:re t;d Better Ccpstitlon
Pressed Thzn Ersr Estcre.
EXPECT KEW OUTDOOR MARKS
Cx parts Prediet Thst Seme ef Dsniele
Open - Wstse Msrfcs Will Be Im
proved Upon Before Ssssen Is Over.
Many Meetings SeheduUd. '
Plsos for the outdoor swimming sea
son are well under way, and there W
promise of more snd better competi
tion then ever before.
Tbe nstlonsl championships will. w
usual, be held at Intervals autficlentfy
fsr apart to allow ervry candidate to
train spedslly for est-b event. Tbe
Kew York A. C has applied for ttit
quarter , mile swim snd fsocy diving
contest, wbk b will probably tie held at
Trsvers Inland. New York, on Aug. ltf
Tbe half snd one mile races bsve been
ssked Tor iMits) by the Pittsburg A. C.
snd the MlwuHirl A. C of St. Louis,
but tbe committee has yet to mske s
decision. Tbe ten mile title will be
competed to sgsln In tbe Misxlsslpiil
river on Ang. 19 under tbe sua pices of
tbs Missouri A. C
' The metniolitan rhamploustiipa will
also have several sponsor. Tbe New
York A. C bss received sanction for
the hair cillr race on Sept. 2. tbe Lsml
Beach S. C Xew Jersey, for the fsney
diving on Aug. IS snd one other event
for Sept. 4.
; The middle Atlantic titles win be
competed for In Philadelphia on Sept.
2. The 100 yards, nsir mile and mile
are on the program. 1 '
As to tbe central and western cham
plonsblpe, there la some doubt of their
being run off. Prominent o fuels Is of
the two districts hsve been csnvasslng
the clubs for likely promoters, but so
far have found no one anxious to take
the meets. . .
The retirement of Charles M. Daniels
from competition will add toratner
than detract from tbe Interest, for tt
will Insure better racing. Particularly
In tbe east, with such a galaxy of
evenly matched stars as FrlxelU Ne
rlch. Rellly. O'Sulllvsn. South. Schaat
Shryocfc. Manley. Men tell. Arnold. Bit
ter and Trubenbacn In the sprints and
Goodwin. Cross. Op pen helm. Aoerbach.
Msnley. Reilly. FrUelL Nerich. Toblss.
Stoddart and Hatlstein in the middle
and long distances, there should be
seen One competition.
Tbe fancy diving contests should also
provide exceptionally cloee and spec
tacular" exhibitions. Men bsve Im
proved considerably since a year ago.
and sensational work Is promised. Ar
thur McAleensn ts showing remark
able form, as are R. Behrena. Walter
Lee. Harold Smyrk, Frank Mullen and
n. a. scbssL
Particular Interest will attach to tbe
big meet because of the great battle
for honors which will take piece be
tween McAleensn and Behrena. The
former won the metropolitan title last
spring: tbe Utter la tbe champion of
Germany and defeated George Geld
alck or the Chicago Athletic associa
tion at the Olympic game or 1908 In
England. Speculation la rife as to tbe
relative ' merits of the two when It
comes to performing from a regulation
high - tower. - They - bare competed
against each other indoors with vary
ing results, but never met In a contest
from a high board. As Gsldxlck. pres
ent bolder of the title. Is not expected
to defend It because of Injuries suf
fered last April. It looks as If tbe na
tional championship . rested , between
McAleensn. Behrena and Smyrk.
Experts anticipate seeing moot of
Daniels' open water records Improved
upon before tbe end ; of the season.
Frlxell and Rellly are both credited
with sufficient speed to lower every
stsodlng mark, and IT favorable condi
tions are found there should be an en
tire new list of stsndsrds by October.
Tbe entry of George Hodgson of the
Montreal Amateur Athletic association
of Canada la promised for some of tbe
titular events, and there ts every pros
pect of his making tbe Goths m men
hustle. He swam close to record figures
In the Csnsdlan championships snd will
tske a lot or beating.' Uls presence,
with that or tbe German cracks. Rlt
ter and Behrens: the Austrian. Tobias,
and the Aoatrallan, Smyrk. will give
an International flavor to tbe big car
MllAurV JFNNINn TIPS OFF 4
SECRET OF GRASS PULL .3
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Hoghey Jennings, th plctnr- m
esque manager or the Detroit $
Tlirers. ror the Bret time exposes
tbe secret signals thst he usee
on the coaching Knee when he Is'
apparently pulling Hp sprigs of
grass to amuse the public.
"Ton see." ssys Jenolnjr. "It
T Is simple when yon understand
It When I pull up three blades 4
or grass that means I want the ' t
batter to hit a three bagger, two
mean a two bagger is desired. S
and one Is ror a single. When I 4
tske a big -reach and grab a 7
. whole handful that means that g
i , I in looking ror a home run." '
Tbls explanation ought to be a X
4 great retier to tne rans.
A LAUGHINC FACE. '
How it blesses the street, a face
laughing all to itself I As one sees ,
it the corners ol his mouth begin to
twitch, too, with God's good. gift.
Eyes light, strange r greet know
ingly, hearts soften, spirits rise, tves
brighten and the world grows
friendly within the circle of the
merry echo. William G Gannett,
MeOeas eadar Usee slsssirle
arlu u iiim- i.d mm Hal
iiont om la oh sate. S see ! Kaaf
Hack rare. luutj at par saawth.
Cut miaat sruuais r srSsr saatase sate
has an open arroiiftt wttk Ike paper. Ke
riitaaiclaj rpolblltty re rrarei vkas
ttTofi awaur eurrsetad s sitae wUI pt
HELP WANTED Female.
WANTED Young lady atenographer
' by week to write form letters and
attend to office lutla. Address
' "J K.'', Enterprise office.
WANTED Collectors to see my col
lection of all aorta of curios, an
tiques, and Indian trinkets; stamps
for stamp collectors; - coins for
' numismatists, arrow-beads for arcb-
. I - ' . . a ,. ...
vuiogiaia, ic. i ouj maa aeu tui
sorts of curios; also all kinds of
second-band furniture and tools.
George Young, Main, near Fifth
VANTIIL ouuui sdvartlsementa for
tbls col-imn. Prices very reason
able. See rates at head of rol ima.
Read tne Morning enterprise.
WANTED Too to know that the En
terprise Job printing department la
the most complete la ' tbe State,
outside Portland. Tit It for your
. next printing- 1
LOST On Molalla Road. English set
ter bitch, color blulsb-grey, eight
. months' old. Notify J. N." Elliott.
Route No. 2. Box 162, phone Farnv
, era HS.t Reward.
ASTRY OR STOLEN.
THREE mares of the following des
cription and brands: 1 blue roan
liuujr, wui i mca, cruppea muc,
shod with plates; 1 dark . colored,
cropped mane, no shoes, branded V
on left hip; 1 bay colored, cropped
mane, bob tail, branded 71 and J.
F. Take tbe marea np. Notify
the undersigned, owner, by, pbone,
Oak Grove Exc. Red 99, or mall
Jennings Lodge P. O. Liberal re
ward for expense and trouble. H. B.
Smith. Jennings Lodge, July 13.
FOR 8 ALE Space In thla colama
Sell that old plow or harrow; yoa
dont use It sine yoa purchased
your new one.
FARM LOANS mlek SV nlmloV '
lawyers, uregon wty, ur. t
O. D. BUT, Atlorney-at-Law. Mooiey
ssss.it. aaexracts rarnssavea. land
Otlaa stssslsia. swtatee sttlesL gest-'
eeal law hsstnna. - Over Baak "ss7
Csty. ..- ; . , .
ITRBN t 8CHTJXSEL, Attorneys!
Law, Dewasepjsr Advokat. win prao
Hoa tax aJI eoarta, make eaOeexloae
aa4 aetttemeota. OfOoe bs Bases .
pries Bmsj. Oreaoa Cltr. Orserea. ,
MONEY TO LOAN. a ,
MONET TO LOAN On first Wort- '
gage; 1 500 and upwards; oasj yesu
or longer. . Apply at once. Cross A
lliniMnMl IMAlUMa mt T b w Tl -
Ter Bldgv. Oregon City.
mi rtm m imn rn i m AfTcim
HARRY JONVB Builder and GeoeTaJ
Coo tractor. - Batlaaataa . eJsserfallr
glvan ' on an clean sa ef parMtag
work, concrete walka aaat rat a snr end
csMsoreta. 'Ran. ph-oast Maaa Ul-f
B. H. COOPBK. For Fire haewrssce
and Real Batata. ' Last as tsadle
yoar pruperUao si tsay, sail sad
exchange. Office km
. LEGAL NOTICC
Notice Pf Guardian's Sate (of .'Real
. " Eetsta. I ;. '
ife-pmn i. u . &,UA ivL v
dersigned will sell at. priv ate sale .
for cash in hand a one-nlnia l-
Utereet In the following; described
property, to-wlt: v , 7
The east half of the northeast
quarter of section 13, f. I 8., R.
4 E-. of the Wlllametta pleridian In
Clackamas County, Oregon; said 1-9
Interest comprising 'i the Interest
of Ernest.MarshalCa mV"0? there
in. This sale is made' br- vtrtae,.
' of an order of tbe County Cotrrt 1
of th Rtate of OresxnL.. for f3acka-i
maa County, In the matter' of th.
'guardianship of waid Drnasi Mar-'
hll mlnnr t, ' ' f
Said sale will be held on and
'after j the 17th day of July. 1911,
and offers and blda for aald Interest
In said land will be received at tbe
Estacada State Bank. In Eatacada,
Clackamas County, Oregon, and
sale will be made for cash In hand
to tne mgnesi! oiaaer uwrwiur. ( ,
Guardian for aforesaid..
Bay a Home
While Pay inglRent;
SIM down' and $12 a months
, takes this comfortable six-room
house and lot. ' House is wired '
for electricity. Lot 62x105 feet'
Some fruit on place. Well lo
cated on Madison
A snap at.
E. P. Elliott and Soii
7th and Main 8ts , tf 8upen--.
; .. , aion Brldfe. .)..-.'
. "Rapid Trsnslt te Hell." -Rev,
8. A. Hayworth will preach S ,
sermon on "Rapid Transit to Hell" In
the Baptist Church Sunday ' evening
In which he will trace the downfall of
Judas step bT step. He will apply the
subject to modern Ufe and will discus
the suicide Question.