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MORNING ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 1S12.
of all our Straw and Panama Hts (or this Hot Weather
ONE THIRD off on all Ladie'i and Meat Clothing, alio
Dig Reduction in Ladies' and Men's Oxford. Look us over
before buying. ' A
Sen pension Bridge Cor. - -Oregon City
A Oellar U tne Qfd.
Mr. and Mrs. George Oil, of Canby,
were In this city on business Tueedsy.
John Austso, or (bis city, went to
Canby on bualneaa trip Tuaaday.
Ml. Minnie One, of Clarkes, who
haa b"-n attending tbe lunnir acbool
at Corvallla, baa returned. .
Mlaa Nellie Orlmra, of Portland, la
la tbla city, and la a guest of Miss
Edward Bmlth and Fred Huns" left
Monday for an outing at Neetueca, Or,
going on thalr blcyclM.
Mr. and Mrs. A. a Wllmot Isft Mon
day morning for Newport, where tbay
will spend (wo weeks.
Wllbolt stags will leave tbs Electrte
Hotsl aach day at I o'clock P. m.
Horn, July IS, to tbs wife of George
Ihinmlre. s son. Mrs. Dunmlre was
formerly Mlas llaiel Davenport.
Mlaa Agnes Hilary, of McMlnavllle,
baa arrived In this city and la a gueat
of Mlas Allrs Blnnott and Miss
Katbryn Slnnott, of Greenpolnt.
Theodore Miller and family, of
Cam a, were 10 tbls city on a business
Edward Hornabub, of Bbubel, a well
known fanner of that plaoe, was
tranaactlog bualneaa In tbls city Tues
Dr. B. A. Sommer, formerly of Ore
gon City, baa moved bis ofOoe to 1017
Corbett building, Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Johnaon, of Port
land, wars In tbls city on Sunday, bar
Ing come bare to attend tbs reception
given by Mr. and Mrs. Levitt
frank Mdeller and -son, of Carua,
the former a prominent farmer of tbat
place, were In tbls city on business
Mrs. Garrett Crockett, of Grants
Pass, waa In tbls city visiting ber
brother, John Trimble, of Seventh
street, the first of the week.
Mrs. 8. W. Cbllders, or 8L Johns,
who baa been vlaltlng at the borne of
Mr. and Mrs. 8. V. rrancla, returned
to her borne Monday.
Mlaa Kdna Hoar and brother have
arrived In tbla city from tbe Eaat, and
Spend Yocf Vacation
The Pacific Ocean.
Klrat rlaaa hotels, cottages and camps at Beaalde and Geerbwit.
THE North Bank Road
Kuna faat trains through to tbs Beach parlor obaervstlon cara and
14.00 dally, season limit. Sl.Oo Saturday and Sunday, limit Monday.
Special folder will be aent on request.
W. Coman, G. F. & P. A., S. P. & S. Ry.
s PORTLAND, ORE.
Uada all others. Remarkable results In two and three months.
Salaries S0 to ISO. Higher atandard than bualneaa colleges.
YOU SHOULD INVESTIGATE OUR WORK.
Eclectic Business University
or Maraball 1751
WORCESTER DLOCK, Third St, corner Oak
1 .... : Portland, Oregon
Will Be Incomplete
are guests of Maris Davidson, of Park-
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Qraen and n
Clyde Green, and Mlas Jsaa Maiweli
nave gone to Beaalde, where tbe
apend several weeka.
yn w u Ulll.. . . m.
, , " -."r, ui auevenaou,
Wash., Is In this city vlaltlng ber
munmir.flri, umn ureen, of Seventh
Mra. O. W. Grirte, after vlaltlng
friends at New Era for several days,
returned to her home In tbls city on
Mr. and Mra. Jamea ll.tl.in .nit
after vlaltlng Mra. O. W. Grace, left
ior jannrson, wnere the former will
be In charge of tbe fiab batcher until
Mr: and Mr Thnm,, rit.mi,iiiii
Mrs. Nellie Miller and two children!
and Mlas Helen Chamberlain will
leave nest week for an outlnsj at the
You don't tay tbe exnenea ol a de
livery wagon when you buy at Harris1
Grocery, Our Z&fl co-fee la a wonder.
Cbarles Spenrs oaaaed throurb thla
city on Tueaday on bla way to Corval
lla, wnere be went on bualneaa. Mr
S ponce Is one of tbe active grange
workers or iiesver Creek.
Mlaa Hasel Francis will leave tbla
afternoon for Goldendake. Waahl
where abe will vlalt with Count Clerk
Ira llornbrook and wife, and will re
main there for two weeks.
Mrs. Wolf, of Portland, who baa
been vlaltlng at tbe home of Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Oroearalller at Beaver
Creek, paaeed through thla city or
Monday, on ber way boms.
U B. Jones left Monday for Nsw
port, where be will spend bla vacation
Mra. Jones preceded Mr. Jonee on Sat
urday In company with her alater,
Mra. U Ievlnger, of Baker.
Drink Uartlett Water. Bold by all
cafes, grocerlea and drugglata.
Mlaa Gertrude Falrclough and Mlas
Mary Ellen Grace have gone to tbe
Ogle Creek mines, where they will
visit tbe former's brothers, and will
remain for several weeks.
Mlaa Marian Pickens left on Mon
day for Tbe DaJlee, where abe will
vlalt fiienda. She waa accompanied
aa far aa Portland by Mrs. Pickens,
who will visit with friends for a few
daya In tbat city.
Tbe family of Rev. E. 8. Bollinger,
of Portland, la camping on tbe Clacka.
maa river near the railroad briar
and Rev. Mr. Bollinger will take bla
vacation Best month and camp with
Mlaa Anna Woodward won In tbe
W. A. Holmes contest and will enjoy
vacation at tbe beach, her destina
tion being port lladlock. Waab. Mlaa
Woodward will leave tbe flrat of Au
guat on thla trip, and her eipeoaea are
to belaid by Holmes.
Try a loaf of "Good Health" bread
good to the laat cram" at Harris
Mr. and Mrs. Prank Moors who have
bfon attending the Potlatch at Seattle,
Wash., returned borne In this city Mon
day svenlng. They were accompanied
to tbla cltv by Joaepb Everett and
Dirk Wadaworth and Mrs. E. Follane
bee, of Seattle, who will vlalt here for
Mra. Hoffman and son, who have
been living at Gladstone, left Tuesday
morning for their old home at 8U
aul. Minn., where they will reside.
They were accompanied by tbe form
er'a daughter, Mra. Jack Gordon, and
Mr. Gordon, wboae marriage occurred
In this city on Monday.
Mra. Richard Schoenbora, who went
i Newport on Saturday to remain
over Sunday with friends, returned
to Oregon City Monday evening. There
are many persons at that resort at
the present time, with trains dally
carrying larger crowds. Many from
tbls city are planning to spena tneir
vacation at tbat place.
Mrs. W. H. Haas and Mlaa Story, of
St. Louis, Mo., who have been In tbla
city the guests or Mlaaes Roae and
Clara Miller of Sixth ana Msaumn
streets left on Tueaday evening-on
the Shaata Limited for California.
They will vlalt In many of the cities
of that state and will go from there
to Denver.'Col., where, tbey will visit
uliienlne a I Hast ff ' H Sim da 111
Mlaaouri. Mrs. Haaa Is Interested In
large manufacturing establishment
in 8U Louis.
m BY BADHS
OERVAlt STEADY AT CRITICAL.
MOMENTS LAMLINE IS
PORTLAND, Or. July 15. (Spec
ial).- Vancouver turned the trick
again today. Poor Roadatersl But
one town could hardly expect to have
two pennant-winning teama. Tbat
would be too much of a good thing.
Tbe score was S to 2. La inline tossed
over enough easy ones for tbe visitors
to gather II bits while Gervals, steady
at critical times, allowed only 7 nits.
It wssn't bad game At you thought
Portland was going to lose when you
Journeyed out to Recreation Park
Otherwise It waa "heartrendering" s
a blossoming Congressman described
In bis first speech on the House floor
ths effects that would result from tbe
paaaage of a tariff bill.
Tbe results Tueaday were as fol
Pacific Coast League Oakland I,
San Frenclaeo 4; Vernon 4, Sacramen
to S; Portland-Los Angeles game post
poned to nest Monday, as Beavers did
not arrive in time.
Northwestern League Vancouver
IS, Portland I; Victoria 6. Seattle S;
Spokane 2. Tacoma 0.
American League-PblladelphIa -S,
Cleveland 1-4; Detroit S, Washington
Z; New York 3, Bt. Louis 1: Boston
3, Chicago 1.
National League Philadelphia 2,
St Louis 0; Pittsburg 7. Brooklyn 1;
Cincinnati 3, New York 3; Cblcago-
uoaton game postponed, rain.
W. L. P.C.
Portland . . ; 62 45 .S7
Vernon 82 S3 .S3
Oakland 63 S6 .629
San Francisco 67 69 .491
Sacramento 64 59 .478
Los Angeles 46 71 .388
W. L. P.C.
Vsncouver 61 39 .610
Spokane 68 42 .680
Tacoma 65 44 .666
Seattle 60 47 .615
Portland 46 61 .474
Victoria .... 26 73 .262
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It's worth the money.
It's like a letter from home
It will keep yon folly informed
aboot the happsaiiigs of your city
and county daring yoar absence.
Yoo can place yotsr order by telephone.
ThelMorahif Enterprise Is thtQonly
i , dally newspaper between" Portland
" and Salem. . It to sfeadily ' growing
in popolarrty. v . r ' -
' " ' . Yeo get all the newt3worth while In
The rvlorning Enterprise
SEEKS DIVORCE fROM
WIFE THOUGHT DEAD
Mirriul In IRfil. Peter Porteaue
Tuesday riled salt In the Clackama
County Circuit Court againei iwien
Portegue for a decree of divorce, ror-
tegue says bis wife deserted him In
18C2. and In 1883 .As beard she was
dead. Ten yeare after that time be
remarried. He does not say so in bis
complaint, but the assumption Is thst
him and caused htm to worry.
Real Estate Transfsrs.
Jane W. Oathout to William 'Walt
ers. 10 acres, section 6. township 4
south, ranee 1 eaat: 13.000.
Eatacada 8tate Bank to Harry B.
Snyder, lota 11 and 12. block! 23, Zo-
brlut Addition to Eatacada; 2Z5.
A. H. HeaBeltlne to Fred liars-reaves,
southwest ouarter of northwest quar
ter, section 2, township soutn, rsnge
1 eaat: II.
Elmer E. Miller to Marraret E. Idle-
man northeaat Quarter or northwest
quarter, section 34, lownsnip i bouib,
range 2 eaat; $10.
M. J. and E. R. Denney to Margaret
E. Idlcman, eaat hair or northweat
quarter, section 84, townahlp 1 south,
range 2 east; quuciaim.
William Hammond, trustee, to Le
on a Walter, lota 12 14. IS and 16,
hinrk 11. Oladatone: II.
Edward DIeck to Ola B. Nelson
lots 1 Sand 14. Bobere;: 1100.
J C. and Elisabeth ' Clarkaon - to
John William Clarkaon, lot 8, Morrow
Olenr $1,000. r
BVed neer et al to Anna Beer. 102.76
acres, section IK. township 6 south,
rsngs 1 east; $1. .....
Flora and B. C. McCollura to Anna
Beer, 102.76 acres, section 25. town
ship 5 south, range 1 east; quitclaim.
Anna L Schneider to Arthur A,
Schneider, 40 acres, section 18, town
ship S south, rsnge 1 esst an 20
acres, sections l ana is, xownsuiii
k annth ranse 1 eaat: quitclaim. '
Trnatcea or Congratlonal Church
of Beaver Creek to Elisabeth Tho nas,
one-halt acre, ueaver trees; qui v
Elisabeth Thomas to Trustees of
Welsh Congregstlonsl Church of Bea
ver Creek. land In sections 13 and
Ift. township S soutn, range i east,
E.'t. Mess, sheriff, to Charles T,
Toose, lots 11 and 13 diock di. uiaa
tnn' tax aeea.
' Charles T, and Lettle O. Toose to
William M, Smith, lots 11 ana is,
block SI, Gladstone; quitclaim.
Tbe weather Is still holding tbe
Jim Mitts has bis wheat In the
Charies Harmack and wife and two
children returned from the East and
report a fine visit.
Messrs. Kalb. Harms snd Mitts had
their bay baled last week.
The Ladles or the Maccabees held
sn Interesting meeting at the ball laat
Tbe Harmack Brothers have pur
chased an engine and did a rushing
business baling bay laat week. Tbey
moved the engine to Monitor and Mor-
Mlas Lucy Mitts has gone to New
Era to work for a short time.
Haying Is In full blast with a large
yield, especially of clover.
Wlllbolt Is all the go these bot daya.
Tbe thermometer registered 103 de
grees on ths 14th and on several oth
er days J8 to 100 In tbe shade.
A .large crowd went from here to
Wlllbolt Springs last Sunday. ,
Andrew Bentley of Oak Grove, was
here looking after the bay on bla
Mlsa Bell Gray baa come home rrom
Oregon City where she baa been
working In Mr. Ely's store.
P. J. Biding and family and Miss
Nora Barth, were out blackberrylng
last Sunday. ' .
Mra. Tessa McPherson. of Condon,
Is visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
I. a Larklns.
Rev. Mr. Spencer will conduct an
all-day service at the Glad Tiding
Campground next Sunday; Sunday
achool at 10; preaching at 11 and at
Grain harvesting has commenced.
Hops are making wonderful growth.
Some are spraying and some are not.
Prospect for late potatoes are poor at
EXPENDITURES Of ROADS IN
Wilson A Cooke
Buffalo Steam Roller Co......
Beall a Co
Zimmerman Wells, Brown Co. .
Wilson A Cooke .."..7...
8crtpture a Beaullau ,
w. p. a p. Co.
D. C. Rcbblns i ........ .
Eatacada Mercantile Co. ......
Security Vault a Metal Works.
Beach Manufacturing Co.......
Polsom Implement Co
S. W. Hair
W. Hi Mattoon
R. B. Beatle .................
Earl A. Clark ... ...... .
II. L. Hull .....
C. Hungate ...................
W. H. Engle . . V. . .
A. S. Thompson
C. E. Miller
c. e. Miner
Dan Hastettler, I.......
A. Rothenburg ,..
A. H. Smith ,.v:.n...
W. 0. Msakhan V. . t ......... .
Herman Lateg ....
i . 1.50
T. a Bchaoel .
P. L. Scheme! . ,
W. J. E. Vlck......
C. M. Miller i 18.17
C. Had data
C. O. Hoffman .., , .
J. 8. Toder
C. Sether ,.
C. E. Miller
Olger Bros. ,
C. E. Miller
8. 3. Kaurrmaa
0. STewe ...
J. V. Green
J. R. Meyers
O. Flsber ..
E. Paetscb .
F. M. Myers
S. W. Hslr
J. J. Hattan
U H. Mumpower
J. E. Mumpower
J. C. Hslcomb
W. E. Mumpower
G. At wood
J. A. Davis
F. O. Cooke ,
Herman Gerhardus, Br.
Ray Dallas ...
Fern Tbebo .
R. Bummer .
Herman Gerhardus Jr.
WU1 Donley ...
Carl Hauke ...
Ruby Johnson .
Henry Troae 9.60
C Elliott ..; 4.75
W. G. Randall 10.00
Cbas. Rider ..,12.50
Raesser , 4-00
N. Norton 2.00
Dave Jones 2.00
Wilson a Cooke 105
Creaaon Mill Co.
A. H. Myer
C. C. Miller .....
James Hamilton .
W. C. Ward
H. H. Mattoon ...
John Mattooq ...
Pope a Co
Pioneer Tranafer Co.
W. H. Mattoon
N. Blair .........
Geo. A. Brown . .
E. C. Sbeby .....
e e e
T. M. Miller ....
Adolf Aschoff 81-60
a C. Yoder 89.80
Joe Diamond .00
Heart to Heart
By EDWIN A.NYB,' ,'
TO PARENTS. ' "
A Chicago writer tells tbe story of a
pathetic army tbe crowd of st)eet
S.0OQ. who gat ber ever morning sbout
tbe gates of the stockysrds.
It Is a motley army.
In It are young and old. men, women
snd children and grandmothers, sturdy
working people snd bslf cripples, and
tbey are about tbe jcatea for an bour.
until tbe few chosen are selected at
IS cents an bour for bard labor and
then tbe majority turn away to come
back next morolag.
Wbeu times are hard tbe army grows
These are unskilled laborers, who
have nothing to sell but tbe use of
their muscles, the army of tbe unem
ployed who keep the wages at tbe
stockysrds down to tbe minimum.
And t hey are glad when tbey caa get
a few hours at the pitiful wage.
Tbe teucblug la plnlu.
Brtug It home to you by picturing to
yourself your child aa a part of that
pitiful tnruog struggling for tbe pit
tabes that will keep body and, aeul
together. Aud '
Have your child lean a trade!
Asld from tbe schooling- every boy
and girl Should kavw some Jrade or
employment by which the boy or girl
is able to make a living.
In these days of aoauoal training and
bight scbooV and vacation opportuni
ties It In easily possible.
In Europe certain of tbe royal fam
ilies Insist that not ouly the princes.
but the princesses, be taught some
trade or handicraft by which they
may be able to support tbemaerVes If
Is your vblld any better than tbe
child of a klugt Besides
Tour boy will be sll tbe better law
yer or preacher or editor t farmer If
he has learned the use ef toots; yoar
daughter will be all Uw better business
womsn or wife or metter If she Is able
to make an Independent living.
Doubtless could you see tbat spec
tsele at the stockyards Just one mors-
Ing-tbst bsplees, helpless, half starv
ed armyo-lt wonld set you to think'
Ing of your child's possible future.
Safepunrd that future by a training
of the band along with tbe training
of the head. ' ' ' - '
Fort one Is Belle, ami you do not
know what may happen sbeo yoa are
ead, . - - .. ."
D ID YOU "EVER HEAR THE RE
mark. "Put all trip Wio annu nn tnn
1 -f waa J
ohn'which meant that the small and spoilt
nut was underneath. Even if we wished it, that could not hap
pen t our store. Our customers demand the closest inspectkm.
Pesldes, It does not pay ua to buy any fruit but tbe best. One bad meloa
peach will ' spoil a whole box, bssket or barrel. We are therefore
Just as anxious to secure good melons and fruit as you are.
Our buying le done to please you and our guars nt.s la that we will
gladly replace any spoiled fruit, that we may unwittingly sell you.
He e are some of out offers
f or the cut t cnt vreeht ;
stermelona Sc lb. Legsnberrles ........... 1J0 crate
Muskmelons Se each Strawberries ........ $1.20 crate
Blsckberrles ....'..$145 crat Red Raspberries $1-40 erate
Opposite CovtX Hotsse Oregon City
r.i-i jj.iu yud.iM ihJii.vu y( nh
This Is ths UUs sf a keaaUftti e4-sce keek, whisk .
wlU shew aay key er slrl hew te SDOCKXO. Prs a
postal lath. suOl TODAT aad It wlU k. aeat rUL
The alas el the Collese la te l(atfy sa4 pevularlse
the taduatxlM. aa4 te aerve AU. the Meple. IteOara
inini la AfTloltui. cinl KaslBMrtsc. Usctitcat
Esclaeerlac. Mckaaleal IsglBMrlBS. Mlolaf Kacla
Mrlmf, r.r.try. VomwUa. Sclfae. asd Art. Cess
Btareo. Fharaasy sad Staals. Tke Oellege eaeaa
MpuntMi ltd. CetaJegfree. .
Addms: UOUTKAK. OUOOI AOUCOlTOgAX
OOUIOl. CervaUls. Orsgsa.
Noihlnv will rive you more oower and Influence in tbe world than athor-
ongb knowledge of tbe law. "It la the combined wisdom Of tbe agea..
- Three years' course with degree, a tanaaru is equai u mm weii
schools end the work Is most thoroughly done. Fully prepares for the Bar
The acbool Is in session all tbe year la both day and night classes. En
roll at any time; do It now.- fT ;., . . ,
PORTLAND LAW SCHOOL
IRVING C. RICHARDSON. LL.D, President-Dean - v
Phones, Marshall 8751. A-644S. . $31 Worcester Block, Portland, Or.
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Hot Lake Sanatorium
HOT LAKE, OREGON.
f - YAOXJINA BAY '
Oregon's Popular Beach Resort
An Ideal retreat for outdoor pas
tiroes of all kinds. Hunting. Fishing,
Boating, Burf Bathing, Riding, Aoto
Ing, Canoeing,. Dancing and Roller
8kattng. Where pretty water agates,
moss sgates, moonstones, carnelana
can be found on the beach. Pure
mountain water and .the beat of food
at low prtcea. Fresh fish, clams, crabs
and oysters, with abundance of vege
tables of all klnda dally. "
Camping Grounds Convenient and At
. tractive. '
' . - , ,
' ' wtb strict sanitary regulations
... .1. . " -LOW
ROUND-TRIP. SEASON "
from all points In Oregon, Washlng
" ton and Idaho on sals dally. ,
i TICKETS ,
from Southern , Pacific ' points Port
land to Cottage Grove; also from
C. a E. stations Albsny and west
Good going Saturday or Sunday and
to? return Sunday or Monday. ,.
Call on any S. P. or C. A E. Agent
for full partlculara aa to faree, train a,
achedules, etc; also ror copy or our
Illustrated booklet, "Outing In Ore
gon," or write to
Q Vm. McMurray '
GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT,
t Portland Orefon. .
NEXT time" you
walk by the store,
we wish you d stop a
minute and take a look
at Big Ben. -
; HeV the finest Iccpmo
tcr mad: the best looking
the best built the best
running. .You needn't
take our word for it,, we keep
him in the window; you
can see for yourself.
TM h rt thh tV y am aW.
URMEISTER A ANOERtZ
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