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About Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933 | View Entire Issue (July 18, 1911)
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C. B. BBODit. Editor and PwtltalMr.
"Bnlrr4 as eeeea-eJaae saattee Jan
uary . 1111. at tha eoat Oem at
City, Oregon, awoet e of Marab
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TCMS ir mscnrTMii.
Otie Taar, by Mil
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Four Moatha, by man
, tMt, by earrtar
riret !, rM- atoa (Ira tartoaj.
rrmt rant par aaca
Rmpapar ataar tbaa OzM PS. per !
Aral Baaartion. ....
B. umt ataar taaa flrat MM. Bar I
a4U4 . la I Pane SB
Loeala le per Um;' ta ragaler e4ver
llaara be itee.
' Waste, Par SaK Te turn, ate- aaa
rat a wore flrat InaarUaa: half seat
Rataa far aovartlBm; aba Week)
Kaiarartoa wlU ba tha
aallY. far aavertteeaaea
for tbe wMklr. WtMre tha aarartl
la tranafarrai rroaa the Oauy ta tne wo
wltnoot cstaage. the rata will ba
a? tba aaaar, aa le aa
i,J Legal advarUalac at legal
arena aaverttatna- and anaelal
. aaartlai at tte to iae a ateh.
mm to apaetal eeetdlUoaa i-ar-rnlng tha
..." Tlra Bale" and Bankrupt Sale" eavec-
. tawenm tte tech first baarUMaAa
Ntwt Itaana and watt wrtttaa artfeles
jt aasrlt. with Intarwt to loeai la aaera
- will ba sladw aucepML Rajaecee ana
Batista aer rararaed I
' at by atuaoa to araoay
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.'
AGRICULTURE AS A SCIENCE...
' Hail to tha tiller of the eoU. He
UU won LOS reapeci vi lum wwiu.
'. Perhaps you hay noticed that It Uat
: ao eommon to decry hla occupation
. as It used to bo before Unci Bam
discovered It to bo a science. Now
young men are flocklnf to the agri
cultural schools and college and
many of them are graduating Into
-, professorships, or Into positions as
- experts with the gpvernmenL One
. of the later has Just returned to Wash-
leg-ton after spending two months In
Spain and Sicily InTestlgsUns lemon
growing. He . la O. Harold Powell.
whose work for the Department of
' of Agriculture In the lnyestlgstlon of
causes of fruit decay In cold storage
, and In transit attracted such wide
. sttentloa. Th citrus fruit growers
of California held his talents In ucn
. esteem that they tried to get him to
go out there. When they got up to
aa offer Of f 10.000 a year salary he
. succumbed, and. he Is now secretary
and manager of the Citrus Protectlre
League of California, a model business
. organisation of agriculturalists, which
has been fighting for a tariff on lem
ons that will permit the Industry to
'' survive. Having secured that tariff,
(he , organisation In now combating
the organised campaign of the Sicilian
Importers to have it reduced.'- The lst-
ter have raised a big fund to lnluence
' public opinion In this country and to
RUNAWAY FATAL TO HORSE.
.. Animals That' Imperilled Children
' . Make Dash on Bridge.
Two horaea belonging' to Mr. Hes-
lar akA Una naav IJnn'a Ullla aikLnK
ran away In this city several weeks
ago, throwing one of Mr. Hester's
' children out and endangering the life
of another in their flight on Seventh
street, ran away again a few days ago,
and In trying to pass over a bridge
near the mills, one of the horses was
so bsdly injured, having Its leg brok
, en, that It was necessary to shoot It
Mr. Hester had gone for lumber at
the mill, and the reins were tied to
the wagon wheel. The horses became
frightened at an automobile.
Read the Morning enterprise.
V" 'f.- v V. il I 1
of battle is si VARIED as life
,ad armies againit DESPERATE
"Sj-la. A . " .. t , tl fa.
: summons means a contest with overwhelming forcea of IGNORANCE
snd POVERTY. A third has the task of maintaining the truth as
: U sees it, SINGLE HANDED if need be, in the face of error and
, prejudice enthroned in III Gil place. A fourth must fight to
maintain bis own manhood against the discouragements of poverty
T and sickness snd disappointed hopes.
How shall we do this! What must s man hare in himself to make
, ft good fight against whatever ODDS he may chance to face in order
' to go out alone into the orld I
v : - First 'snd foremost, he must have STEADFASTNESS of pur
! pose, . This is the thing that makes s man of him. He need not have
;. extraordinary ability to maintain the fight
; '-. Second, the man who believes in himself slons Js usuallj putting
Lis trust on a f ragOe support, i '
.' SURE AND PERMANENT ACHIEVEMENT BELONGS TO HIM WHO
' UVES FOR SOMETHINQ OUTSIDE OP HIMSELF. WHETHER IT BE Hit
rrrtNOs or his country, his principles or his faith. .
. FOR SIX TEACHERS
sovan hundred nd ten one-year
stste certmcstes. 57 rivo-y-ar certifi
cates, SS primary certificates and
about TO lit certificates hsve been
mailed by the State supennienueni
of Public Instruction at Salem, to
teachers la all sections of uregon.
There were no primary cenincatea
granted In Clackamas County, but the
following were Issued five-year certr
flcates, under the new law:
Rhoda Newklrk, Oregon City; Ous
els Ls Hull. Oregon City; Lillian Don-
flKht Emily 8pulak. Emma Kasten,
Canbv: Brenton Vedder. Gladstone.
One-resr certificates were tssuea to
the following Clackamas county appli
cants: Mary Vlerhus, Fred Wilcox, Ger
trude Mitchell. Jessie Van horn,
Blanche Miller, Helen Graham, Charles
Lewis. Nora Wilson, Thenie Draper,
Nunda Becke, Bess Warner, Fernlce
Dawson. Madge Brlghtbeil. Harry
Harcreaves. Helen Boentje, Mary
Chrlstesen, LiUUn Aeerelle, Henry E.
Luenbergor. Matilda zinxernng. woo
Oithens, Etta Halley, Genevieve Ca
pon. Flossie Pierce, Mettle Hayman,
Ethel GUnea, Olga Hanson, Elisabeth
Real Estate Transfers
. 8usle M. snd J. S. Montgomery to
Bertha M. Sumner, 13.75 acres, sec
tion 10, township 3 south, range 1
Paul and Grace Reimera to T. C.
Ainsworth. block 28. lots 10 and 11,
block 17. lots 1, 3. 3 and 4, block 14.
lots 9 and 11. block 13, lota 5. 7, 1
and it. block 7. Robertson; 11.
William W. and Minnie P. Kee-
baiigh to William R. Phelps, 5 acreu.
section SS, township 3 south range 1
aanf ISM. -
M. 3. Denny to Elmer E. Miller and
M. K. Idleman. agreement aa to divi
sion llnet sction 34, township 1 south,
range 2 east: SI.
, Jesse Hobaoo, trust ao, to- the public,
1C foot strip for roadway in Stephen
H. Walker donation land claim; fL
Elisabeth J. Schmidts to Joseph
Haas, trustee, part of lot Whltcomb
donation land claim, township, 1 south.
range 1 east, one-naif acre; SZ60.
Lina Vane to M. A. and Mary E.
land la section 33, township 3 south
rsnge 7 east: $100.
John Quntley to John C. Elliott, 10
acres, section 33. township 1 south.
range S oast; $10. -
J. H. and Margaret B. Bradley to
Henry and Rosalie Loney, lots 1 and
2, block 4, West Gladstone; 11.500.
J. T. and E. C. HeWey to K. W.
Helvey 60 acres, section 7, township
4 south, range 2 east; l.
HOLD CHURCH RECITAL TONIGHT
Congregational Members Arrange
The following program will be given
thla evening at a recital at the Con
Piano Duet "Les 8ylphes"
. r. . Bachmann
Misses Florence Grace, Mabel
Reading "Homeliest Cat in the
Miss Haxel Hall
Violin "Serenade Badlne" Marie
Violin. Miss Bertha Hall; Piano,
Reading (a) "The Besetting Sin"
(b) "8econd Table". ..Cook
Miss Hazel Hall.
Piano (a) "Ifpromptu Op. 142 No. 2
(b) ."Norwegian Bridal Procee
Miss Louise Walker.
Violin "Kuiswtak" Wlenlawski
Reading "Little Brown Baby"
Miss Hszel Hall.
Piano Duet Selected
Mrs, Calvert, Miss Cora Graves. -
Plsno "Polonaise" Chopin
Mias Florence Grace,
Violin "Traumerel" Schumann
. Miss Hall.
Monologue "Another Point of View"
Time About 8 p. m. Speaker A
Scene Her living room.
Miss Hazel Hall.
Voice "Lullaby from Jocelyn''
Miss Louise Brace, Accompanist
Mrs. Bobb, Piano.
Miss Hall, Obligato.
U r-f---1 rat-as-!
By President HADLEY
VERY one knows that
a life which is worth
anything is a life of
fighting. The field
itaelf. To ATMs man it i mrn.vi v
odds. To another the trumpet
iAowTwn trxrnrnPRTaE. TUESDAY. JULY 1ft.
Alcott Home, Where "Little Women-
Was Written, to
-nrUOU8ANDg of those who enjoyed reading "Little Women- when they
I were younger than they are now will be Interested In knowing that
I -w- i. i- m,h rniaa u. A loot f wrote the 'famous book Is to be
U UVUW ,M . . " .
turned Into a museum In which
honsed. The book wss written In the
. ..,.-L .hunt iavi and
PQUUing waa rinm mwm -
on of the first Immigrant of that name
the ownerablp of the Alcotts in ijbi.
. .v ...mUii anidtera
a w,m hnanital fever a year or so
-Little Women." which waa her third
ci .i mi. u.ii"
aver wrvu. pw .i..
has recently been unoccupied, and It
club of Concord undertook to raise
tw.nh f nmn ant
gTVUUUa WVIV uvuui .v. r
to the public, contributions of from 10
the country. Concord Is visited every yesr oy inouaanoe m ""
of Its historic Interest. The picture sbove shows the borne aa It now appears.
tosetner witn a iiseneaa m aw nv"-
YOUNG FOLK HAVE OUTING.
Willamette And Bolton Party Goes to
Tualatin te Picnic
Several young persons of Willamette
and Bolton formed a party on 8unday
and left on the electric car on the
West Side for Tualatin, where the day
was spent in picnicking snd craw
fishing. The crawfish, cooked In an
open fire, formed part of the menu
served under the big fir trees near
the Tualatin river. At sundown the
party went to Hagone'a Jark below
Bolton, where the evening was spent,
snd another spread enjoyed.
The following composed the psrty:
Frank Doty and family Miss Gertrude
21 miMonn mm A ate at Ink aa ainit M laa
bodV. Miaa Maude Kohler Ml.. Arlln.
Winchell; Messrs. August Cbrtstensen. '
Roy Otts. Jack Draper, Fred Baker.
Leon Draper, William McDonald Jim
McDonald, Ford Ward. Robert Ward.
Dale Draper, Charlie Lindqulst.
CATTLE MARKET IS STEADY.
Steers Bring J5 snd
Sheep re In Demand.
The Portland I'nlon Stock Yards
Company renorts ss follows:
Receipts or the week hae been
2.049 cattle, 309 calves, 606 hogs, .22l
heep and 90 horses.
i op steers st $6.25 tell a atory of a
The buyers made an
effort to take methlng o f the price
more In keeping with the range that
has prev.Ued at the Missouri 1 River
markets, but seller, have had the al-
vantage and tbe market rra.,
steady to higher. A fslr portion , DOx:..pf' 'C Pr
cows have been noticed in the receipts "".'.u P"11-"' 3oce$6e Pr pound:
and they sold around $5 50 aa against ' 16e P8r dosen; rhubarb. JHo
$4.25 for similar quality at Eastern "f Pun: PTonta. c; tomatoes,
msrkets. calves st $7.50 snd bulls at ?3
$1.75 are a clear exposition of the ONIONS Jobbing price); Oregon
high demand that exists. $2.75 per 100: Australian, $3 60 ner
Good rbeep have sold well. Lamba'"": Texas, 2 25 pet crate: C-'Ifor
st $G Indicate a strong sheep market I rer rrite
I-'wk ,ni.rkHet h" r"I""'d a'ound ! Oregon C!tv Stock Quotations.
oMhe ili,S Ur ' el"" ' "OGS-Hog. .re quoted 4e P.wer
The horse m.rket ha. shown a dull j fjfin.,?4l J' 'b' ,rom
tone, with some Inquiry. The great
number of auto truck users, have I WAl CALXS Veal calves orlng
given the hev- home dealers the ' 'rom ,0 according in grade,
blues to some extent but It 1. ih. BEEP BTEEBB RmI .nan f,
opinion nf horseman that motor trucks
re an experiment and that they miv
im n I V. a ..ll.l I - . .....
... i.. 11, rr iriJBUIQ l.tl'HI l(
The ffl'owing ssles are represents
I'M 8teer ,
4 Palvca . . .
2 Stsg. . . :
32 Hogs . . 1
245 Lambs ......
1 Team Drafers .
1 Team Drafters
. . . 1000
... 102 -
4 00 '
Ouotsrtana vae Orasrn crcj.
POTATOES Best, Buying $2 00.
riX)UR AND FEET-Flo.r Is
steady, selling from $ to $110: rm-
little of cheaper grades. , ,
OATS (Buying) Gray. $24 to ,21,
white, from $16 to $27.
r t aa "aaa T
relloe of tie famous author will be
Orchard House, in loncoro. siaaa.
waa at first occuDled by John Hoar, a
- - mm,
to. reach New England. it passed Into
in I8d2. and It was there she recov
later. It waa In 1J that aba wrote
book and by far the most succeeaful she
wMia HyIik in Eurooe. Orchard House
" - - - t
waa going to ruin when the Women s
runos to preaerre iu in
aavarai rooma have already been opened
cents to 92 coming from all sections of
BITTTER (BW& Ordinary
country brings from He to 20c,
fancy dairy from tOe to 22?. cream
ery 22c to tic
EGGS i Buying Are ranging from
20c to 2lc. according to grade.
POULTRY (Buying Firm with lit
tie good stock offered. Good bens are
bringing l?c. Old roosters are In poor
demand, broilers bring from 18c to ISc,
with good demand.
WOOL (Buy. Tig Vool prices sre
ranging rrora uc to JSC
FEED Shorts $29 to 30; rolled
barley, $31.60 to 132.60; process bar
ley, 33; wnole corn, $31 to $32
cracked corn. $32 to $33: wheat S3
to $33; oil meal, $53; Shady Brook
' dairy feed, $1.25 per hundred pounds.
!? $'0 tO $12; alfalfa, $12 tO
HIDES (Buying Green hides.
to c; ssltera, SV4c to Hc: dry hides,
12c to 14c. 8hvep pelu. 25c to 75c
un.1c.1j r Kino Lrocai prices are
arm at from 8c to 10c on apples and
prunes, pescbes aro lee.
8 ALT Selling 60c to 90c (or One
50 lb. each, half ground 40c; 75 for
100 lb. sacks
Portland Vegetable Markets
8ACK VEGETABLES Carrots,
Sl.25Gfl.60 per sack; parsnips, 11.2
611.60; turnips, 11.25611.60; beets
VEGETABLES ASparaaus, SOc
$1.75 per crate; "Sbbexe, jew, tt per
bund, d weight; cauliflower, i.o
' " " do;en: M,ery California, 75c
: f,C I'4": cucumbers. $1,500
f""C' l"e" K,u.od: lettnc-.
, ''ozen: hothoua lettuce. $1.80
the local market, are fetching lUcto
Hc live ireifot.
KHKFP uriu at C 10 S live
BACON. LAKH and HAM. are firm
We Give 'Em Away
WITH EACH $4 PURCHASE
WE WILL OIVE VOU A 1155
RAWHIDE BUOQY WHIP.
Dealers In Wool, Flour, Hay,
-Grain, Feed, Coal, Salt, Sugai
uth AND MAIN tTE,
Wi ww--w -w A
Ur rULt ,AULltn
GQINQ OVER THE BAR
Photo by Americas Press AsaoelatlOB
A. COIL8 M SCTION.
One of the most promMlng young
pole vaulter developed in re- cut yenr
is Arthur Coy I of tbe New Vrk A t
According to experts, be will euitl or
break tbe world's record of I J feet liTi
inches, now beld by A H-utt of t'ulo
rado, at tbe metropolitan rbauilnb i
to be beld in New York the lat er mr
of August The above photograph
abowa Coyle going over tbe bar at a
height of twelve feet.
PLANS FOR -BIG, BOAT, RACE.
English Clubs Expect te Capture In.
ternatienal Meterbeat narias.
Commodore U. U Melville 'of the
liotorboat Club of A merles Is now la
London conferring with. tbe KnetlNb
yschtamen over tbe fins I arrangement
for tbe forthcoming races for tbe Hrlt
lah International trophy.
Eugland will be represented by a
team of tbree lioata to rare a trio from
The Duke of Westminster will send
over one of tbe challengers, tut the
name of hi boat ha a not been rerealrd.
Tbe duke's challenger probably will
be a hydroplane of the multiple step
type, a shade under tbe forty feet In
over all length. Another Brltlab craft
will be tbe Maple Leaf II.. owned by
E. Mackay Edgarm., which etahllbed
w"'ld' record with thephenomenaL
apeed of flfty-eeven mlieen hour dur
Ing a tiinl run on tbe Solent several
The third Brltlh rballencer may
come through the Britlsb Motor club
and will a lo be a hydroplane.
Tbe preliminary trial, suit 00 Aug
Big Changes In Tigers and Athletics.
It Is a peculiar colncldeuce that tbe
Athletics sud Tigers, who are but
tling for the pennant thla year. a tbey
have la moat of the campaigns during
the past few years, have, with one ex
ceptlon. entirely oew facea on their In
fields. Harry Davis la tbe only man
still playing who was on tbe team five
years .fo,CQlllna. Barry. Mrlnnr-
and Baker are oew bands, ss are Mori
arty. Buab and Delabanty. Jennings
Infield baa undergone many changes
since he won bis flrat pennant for De
troit In 100". O Leary U tbe only one 1 f
tbe Inflelders who has Iteeu with the
team since then, and be Is no longer
used aa a regular.
By many St. Louis rooters Miller
Hoggin. con.iuered to lie the brain
ef tbe Cardinals.
Although he has lost tbe use of hi
throwing arm. "Bullet Jack" Tboner
remains on tbe payroll of the H.-ton
Americans aa. a coscher. t .
Second Baeman Cunningham of the
Washington club ta -tbe biggest dlonp
polntment" of I he veer m.aan
he was balled aa a wonder.
Pitcher Aletander. tbe Phillies' fln.l
Is the real "Iron man" of the Natlonni
league In fact, tbe legitimate -Here
aor of tbe lamented Joe WrOlnnliy
In tbe spring the WaHhlngtons were
considered one. of tbe strongest clubs
behind tbe bat. hut as things have
gone - tbe backstop department has
been the chief weakness of tbe taany
THE MORNINO B-MTB-nPDiaa- a
Is on sale at the following stores a)
Huntley Bros Drugs
J. W.1 McAnulty Clgare
Seventh and Main.
Secrest Confer! lonery
Main near Sixth.
, M. E. Dunn Confectionery .
Next door to P. O.
r City" Drug Store
Electric Hotel ,
Walter Little Confectionery
S14 Seventh Street.
M. Volkmar Drugs
Seventh near Center,
Scboen bom Con faction ary
Seventh and .1. Q. Adams.
--ti- v . -i-. 4-
bout yeur money matters when ys
re oepoaltor hare.
Vour bills are all sal- Vt-Jf shsaK, whm return,,
erne a reoeipL Ne trouble about ahange, no dlsputee about 9r
menta, ne question U where yr money has tent, or hew mit,
you have resolved. Your aea Seek and th ttuba of your eheok boai,
Iweye tsll the atory.
SI ON THE SAFE SIDE AND
OPEN AN ACCOUNT AT THE
The Bank of Oregon City '
OLDEST BAR K III THE C0UMTT
i an ujiiiJlJI IIUH.,1 IH ILiJ
I) C . LATOt'HETTI Praaldeut -
THE FIRST NATIONAL BAN!
of OREGON CITY, OREGON
V CAPITAL, I0A00S.SO , .
Tranaaete a 6Hieral tanhl-g eWoinoa,a Oeen free t A. M. te r
LET US DRILL YOUR WELL
SmtMmotlom gmmrmiitd. Immvm cWa-i mt
ORTOOft OtTY SHOE MHOP
SCMOBNMIINt MeORIwMV S PLANT.
' Miss Woodward Ltada.
The following IS tne reun wu
of the W. A. Holmes' sesahore on-
. . ..I Re. B ( larl la
lea.; uiia w u, Wu, -
Wilson, 167; Myrtle Cross. 161; Os
rsr Woodfin, 149; Ulllo Ursdley, 61;
ln.1. rurrln f!L k
Bay a Home
While Paying Rent
tt00 down and I2 a month
takes this comfortable sli room
house and lot. House Is wired
for electricity. Lot 2il05 foot
Some fruit on place. Well lo
L P. Elliott and Son
7th and Mala Bts., by Suspon
; a alon Bridge.
art the popular style in hems
architecture. I specialize cs
deslgsing and building song
alows that are convenient la
srrangement, bomrlikt la ap
pearance. At Moderate Cost
If you are thinking of build
ing call and see me, or phons
(or sn engagement.
CONTRACTOR ft BUILDER
Ninth and Main Streets.
Phone PaevMaln I2S2.
Natural Hot M.n.r.i Baths.
Y STUDY LAW
Nothing will give you more power
schw l. ran7th. .orVu n. '. s qual to the Eastern U
scnooi. and the work Is mo.t thoroughly done, ri.ii. .1,. t.,
DRY GOODS & SHOES
Evcrytbiflg priced to make thsci gc
' ' ; ' ' " ' "''
Futures, Shelving. Counter, snd everything must be sold
by the time Lease expirei-only s short time. - ,!
BUY EARLY AND GET FIRST CHOICE
f. J. eUYU. Cat
"...uzauiiax,rt, r- ;
Cor. Vaughn and Twenty-fourth
July IS. 1. XL $1. tt ix
Oamea Eogin Weekdays at $ a, a
Sundays, i:0 P. M.
LADIES' DAY ! FRIDAY.
Bora Udo- 11 Free to Bl-ac(
TVF ttftfti pf C1F1TT5T tPtlli KIT
K AIGHT RUNNING J
iryea) want elthera Vltwatln. Ithattla, IW
'swwlas Martilaa write t )
Til ir IOMI IIWIII MA6MIII NtJf.
Oranga, Maieiei. I
llaaa anrtaf aarilM an mm al MaanIM
SaalHT, kul UM Hew SSaaaa aiad to f
Uat furuT taaa aal
hjr nnafcailaid SasUsre
W. L. MARSHALL.
$50 Morrison St Portland,
Hot Lake Sanatorium
HOT LAKE, OREGON.
A HEALTH RESORT
CURES RHEUMATI8M. 8Tf
MACH. Binnn ani arinvRY
DI80RDERS. Write for Booklat
: Hot Lake SAfintartrjm
' Walter M. Pierce,' Preat
and Influence In the world than athJ
. ' Oregon City, Of?
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