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MORNING ENTERPRISE, HATUKDAY, JULY 29, 1911.
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fw day alrnt giving our txford and boat away.
During our annual CLEAN UP SALE w art giving bargain In
Ihoaa tnat will elaan up our atock In a hurry. -
OlT F ITT ID NOW WHILI Wl HAVf A FULL RUN OF SIZES.
See Out Bargain Shoe Window
Suspension Bridge Cor.
LguU th Hand Ssll Satlsfa-
Link M'lU'H.ii of Maple Lane,
rliy Krlduy ou business.
iul r'uuk, of l-"Hn, was In th
('. WyKstil. of Salem, wb In Ihla
kul II. Ktf k. of Salem, waa Iran-
ii I biixiix in tnia my rnaay.
krob liroMinllller. of 1 leaver C rek,
i In i tits city on business Friday.
In. Prank Jaggar. of C'arua, waa
Ihla city Friday visiting relative.
bari Casseday, of 1'arua, waa In
i city rrMay.
illbolt stag will leav lha Elactrlo
lol each day at I o'clock p. m.
Irds Howard, of Mutlno, wb In
II. Kllllii. on of lb promluont
nert or Woodburn, waa In thla city
Ollrleti. of Clear Crack waa In
L city Thursday, returning home
Mr. and Mra. W. P. KIM hen. of
Lr Creek, visited In Oration City
M Inmsn. of Salem, waa In thla
k Thursday ami frlday, registering
ha Klectrlc Dotal.
iexatl Nice will deatroy all th
kr of rilratlon. Nice people ua
ISc at (luntley a. .
K. Levitt and Earl IJtt will
ha tomorrow for Wllhoit. wher
y will upend several week. -
tin Petrjw. of Wllaonvllie, waa In
I city Tburaday, registering at th
1 trie Hotel.
lu Kate Strtrkltn, of Portland, I
ihla city the guest of bar grand
iter, Mr. Law aim.
Hn. Monro. Irish, of I'nlon Hall,
In Ihla city on Friday visiting
if ymi eat hred why not get Royal
m: Tne boat that money can
. t llarrla' jrocery.
lira. Cora Young and baby,' Do ro
of Portland, ar vlalllna Dr. and
. C A. Stuart.
MIm Eln Trimble, of fit. Mary' a
flmy, Medford. Or. baa arrived
'hli city, and will vlalt relative.
I'rnry HwKlira, of Heaver Creek,
tramartlng bualneaa In thla city
Itaxall Kkeeler flkoot drlvea away
mnaqultoea. 25c. at Huntley's.
Wr, and Mra. J. T. llattan were In
la city on Friday on their way 10
1'itUm. where th former will be In
Mri of the flub hatchery.
pin. Blilney 8mlh and baby will
v HuiwtMV for Hclo, where they
I remitln for two weeka vlaltlng rel-
Mra. John Dollar, of Tortland, waa
thin cltv KrldHT on her way to
"holt. hi-fi. ahe will remain aev-
iood cnff and tea la our bobby.
f y our 2'c coffee and BOc tea. Can't
aoM. iiuirla' rrooary.
Miin Deck Hrhwarta. of Portland,
M In thla city Thuraday on ber way
wllhoit to enjoy an outlna; at that
ra. Amy Caldwell. Of Seattle.
"h.. who hag been vlaltlna- Mra.
fy Mllla, of thla city, haa returned
Superlnn-ndont of County Bchoola
kry reiiinn-d Friday from Eugene
're hn delivered aeveral lecture
a rlHHi of aupervlaora and teacher
the Unlveraltv of Ormnn
Otto Klryker, of Eldorado, one of
ell known farmer of that place,
trnnnHrtlng buainea In Oregon
lnk nartlett Water. Bold by H
faa, grocerlea and drnirvlata.'
J. JohhMon, of Rldorado, who made
ftp to Norway laat fall, haa return
lo hla home. Ila haa haA a moat
lKhtfr.l time vlaltlna; friend..
ia Nettle Hurgoyne, who ha been
"'ting her narenta Mr. and Mra.
"in Iliirgoyne, of New Kra, ha re
"""rt to Oregon City to reaume her
tlon with the Fall Confectionery.
and Mr. L. Stewart have ar
;Y4 In thla city from Heppner, and
"l remain her for teveral wka.
. Htewait will undergo treatment
"t I"". C. A. Stuart.
netter buy migar now. It' ure to
1 blgher. 1? nnnnria tnr at haat rran-
R,d. Itarrla' rrnir '
Mlaa Adah Hulbert. of Oladatone,
miKg Mable Mora, of Maldrum,
turned Wedneadav avanlna. after
ndlii(r a r.w d.va wlth ui Morae'a
rent at Seaalde. Or.
M'M Cell Ooldimlth and Mlaa Bar-
a Ooldamlth will leave next week
r Ran Franclacn. vhtri thev will
rchniia thai nii - n.v. a.m
'"It their alutAr a thiuIia
- h uu - -.- V. .
11 lKO thal kmlV.. anmnn
H. Rieele Miller, formerly connecUd
'th th Itarher i.nhilt Pln. Cnvn.
"y. of Walla Walla; Waah., ha ar-
Lead al other. Remarkable r eaull In two and three month.
Salaries $50 to 80. Higher ta ndard than buainea colleges.
, YOU SHOULD INVESTIGATE OUR WORK.
Eclectic Business University
or Marshall 1781
rived In Oregon City to take charge
of the Mlueral Mountain Milling Coin
puny 'a office which la located In the
Uambrluua block. -
lellcataaeli: I A. Notile, 714 Main
alret,hrta Jual revived from Wlaoon
aln 1,000 (Miunda new rlieeae, cream,
HwUa and lliunurger. pine for lunch
W. p. I ia via. of Chicago, arrived In
thla rlty Thuraday to accept a poet
tlon a the "candy man" at lb Fall
l'oijrciloury. Mr. Davla haa been
connected with aome of the large
flnne of f'hlcago, and la well poaled
In h i Una of work.
Kexall Mowjulio Talcum Powder
will protect you from Ibe peata. I'leaa
ant to uae. 25c and guaranteed, at
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lip u,ifl LffM l.l.ll I U..U
..... hum 1 1 a . i i. .Hi, iinua.li
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if-i, hi i iiiiua, rv aaii., pnaavtj inrougn
thla cliv on Friday In their aulomo-
Ihi-y will vlalt relallvea and frlnnda.
U'lllln In Ihla fllv lll Ml..
f'nlla I l..l.linllli
Mra. Nellie Milter and two children.
Clyde and llaxel, of Oladatone, will
icave on Main may lor i oiumuia neacn
Or., where I hay will remain for i
month. They will be Joined on Mon
lav hv Mra Th rim at at t a in I ukr I uln
Mlaa Helen Chamlierlaln and Cbarlea
l.urica. me laner of orrtlana.
Dr. R. A. Sornmer, formerly of Ore
gon City, baa moved bla office to 1017
Corbetl building, Portland.
J a me Moore, formerly a farmer of
Molalla, where he waa Intereated In
one of the largeat fur ma. waa In thla
city Friday on bla way to BL Johna,
but will vlalt at Ihe borne of W. P
I law ley, of Portland, before going to
that city. Mr. Moore waa called to
Molalla by Ihe lllneaa of hla brother,
Anthony, who waa recently airlrken
with paralyala, and who haa been
taken to Salem for treatment.
J. 8. Wood worth, who recently ar
rived In Ihla city from Seattle. Waah.,
and la Ihe gueat of Mr. and Mra.
Prank Moore, of Oreenpolnl. returned
Friday from lebanon, where be went
on bualneaa. Mr. Wood worth' bom
I at Hlver Palla, Wla. and thla I
hla flret vlalt here. It la favorably
Impreaaed with Clackamaa county,
eapeclally with Oregon City.
Preah candy today al Huntley'a.
If you want the beat aak for Liggett'.
Mlaa Ivlllh Alldredge left on Friday
for Hood River, where he will vlalt
her aunt. Mra. Wood worth and Mra.
Shrumm. Mlaa Alldredge execta to
apend the remainder of Ihe aummer
at Hood Itlver, and will join a flurty
from that place to make Ihe aarent
of Mount Hood. A party of young
people of thla city la planning to make
the trip to Mount Hood by way of
Government Camp, and Join the moun
tain climber at the top of the moun
tain, the trip to be made In Auguat.
Weddle Sharpa and othere have
been balling aome of their hay ao aa
to make room In lb barna for the
Judge llayea' daughter, Mlaa Har
riet, la vlaltlng ber aunt. Mr. Mllem.
Mr. and Mra. Fletcher have taken
poaaeaHlon of their new home recently
purcbaaed of Mr. Gebhardt.
Mr. Fletcher bought Mr. Gage'a hay
fork and fixing aa Mr. Gage barn
I Riipplled with allnga.
Th hopa ar growing fin.
Kkr ar bringing 2G centa a dozen,
and every old hen I being treaaured.
Mra. lien Dotty and daughter Mr.
D Nue. with her two little children,
apent the afternoon at Mr. Gage on
Mra. Zaek Elllgaen la recovering
her atrength after her recent lllneaa,
when he waa on the verge of typhoid
fever, very alowly. Some of her
relative wlahed her to go with them
to the beach In hope of helping her,
hut ah decided not to go at preaent.
Martha Aernl ha gone with an older
aliter to their old bom at th foot
of Mt. Adam to spend two week.
Mia Julia Wedell ha accepted a
position aa theacher In th Hazella
school for th coming year.
Mr. Gage' house had a close call
on Wedneaday. It I suppoaed burning
soot or a cinder fell upon the roof,
although the chimney la protected by
a cap. The shingle were t on fire.
The fire u getting a big headway
when discovered. Mr. Gage mounted
. laMax whlrh fall hrulalng hi hlP
and one aide, but he kept at work un
til the ere waa out. jtarnesi aou ni
Aernl, with their married alater, came
running at the call and did very ef
ficient service. Mr. John Q. Gag
atood at the well and drew, ahe think,
about eighty bucket of water, while
Mr. M. D. Gage headed the bucket
brigade of boy upon th ladder and
roof, and Mr. Gag klckd and ripped
off celling and ahlnglea. and fought
the fire until It waa extinguished. The
neighbor were away from their home
but th boy did fine? ervlce and Mr.
M. A. Gag found It necessary to
clean house when It was all over, and
all retired to bed a little nervon and
....,nn.kl Mra flweelr and Mr.
Davl. wtth ilttle Miss Minor Nelland.J
w no iihu ap-m ,,..
left for their home In Tualatin, when
the fire wu dlacovered.
8TER BLOCK, Third St., cornr Oak
IIOLALLA COAL IS
BEST f Oil IN STATE
A sample of lb coal recently found
near Molalla. hua been nroufmnced
by Portland expert to be tlA fineat
urn mi in wrrgou. a J Mcllae,
villi i.' i..i-.. ui.. . .... Jr. .
tw .... i. iinr-i virru in ma alacovery
txik the aampl to Ihe Gelllieek Ka
glneerlng Company, at whoae place
i on aiiaiynie waa made. The ooal
waa found by a man wbo aaka tbat
hla name be withheld iintll be I ur
that hi Inlereata In the ledge, which
i tnree reet thick, and probably ex
tenda llirough a bill, are aafeauard
ed. Mr. Mcltae will go to Molalla
early next week to examine the prop
erly. The Portland firm aava the
coal i of a mucn better quality than
mai mined al loos Ilay.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Ed. Oblander to Frederick Jorg, lot
m. bioca 0. Katacada: 1700.
Carrie and A. Tiber to O. H. Jacoba,
M bioca . Katacada: 110.
II. (1. and Alice M. Starkweather to
lleorge H. and Mary C. Taylor. on half
acre,-J, 8. Itlsley donation land claim.
loananip J south, range 1 east; ir.2K
Frank A. and Mollle (iuatafaon to
Carl F. Decker, 6 acrea, In north-
eaat quarter of aoulheaat quarter, sec
Hon 20. township j aouth, range 1
John J, and Amanda Bdgren to El
mer Medeen. trad 3, Outlook, except
2 foot roadway on aouth and west
Hirphen M. and ElUubeth Eby to
J. A. llnon, 20 acrea In east half of
Ha.eklun Johnson donation land
clulm, section IS, township J south
range 2 east ; 12.700.
John W. and Louisa A. Noble to
Thomas and Kate E. Fox. lot IS and
Ifl. block 31. O. I. A 8. Co.' flrt ad
dltlon to Oswi.ro; 110.
T. W. and Viola Flah to J. J. Mai-
latl. 3.r0 a-rea, section lfl, township
i south, range t east; f22S.
THE BEST PROOF.
An opportunity for you to 'prove our
We have a remedy for KM IIJ.V Hla.
ordera. In which we have every con-
That you may noasesa ihla conn.
deuce too, we offer to aupply you with
Ihe medicine free of charge If we do
not benefit your caa.
Retail Kldnev Pills have nruv.ii
beneficial In treating ao many people
afflicted with chronic kidney ailment
that we unhesitatingly offer them un
der our personal aiiaranlM tn rafnn1
any money you may have paid US. pro-
viaea no nenenciai results are noied.
Kexall Kldnev IMIla mav he nl.lalnaH
at our store The Rexall Store. Sixty
'Ills In a box nrlce. to cents. Hunt
ley Hroe. Co.
Floral Falrlee Combined With Plain
Materials Are Popular.
Girdles cf strand of beads ar much
On of th new sleeves Is about
three-quarter length and Is aa wide at
the bottom aa at the top.
Tb velllnira for blouses ahoar deco
rative designs In Greek key, in lozeng
rxowmtD voi i, rwor-g.
bapea or In dot" which carry out tbe
design, the (linn-en growing small aa
tbey dof lid toward tbe wnlt line.
Floral effect ure very iopulnr. and
tbe design Illustrated shows a pleasing
way of making up such fabric. Tb
gown in tnia case waa or Tone
trimmed with metisnllii. Mb tlk
matching tbe pal green of tbe leave.
Any thin material might Just a well
have been adopted. Lawn, batiste,
marquisette or -flowered net might be
used. A cord or anah may be worn
round the waist . This make a
cburinlng dnnclng frock and I suita
ble for smull wi.i.ien aa well a young
glrla. JUDIC COOLLET.
The May Manlon patterns are out In
ises for misses fourteen, stxtrsn and
aisMren yesrs of (. Band 10 rents to
this ofllca, slvln numbars 880 for th
blous snd W71 (or th skirt), and either
pattern will b promptly forwarded to you
by mall. Bend M oonta and both will be
forwarded, if In hast sand an additional
two cent slsmp for litsr posts, whleh
Insuraa mora prompt dsllvsrv '
What Rulosd Rome.
What ruined Rom waa not th bar
barian invasion, but. first, a declining
birth rat and th dissolution of th
man-lag tie; second, overwhelming
taxation, eapeclally on tb land; third,
th Introduction of a caat ayatem
through government action; fourth,
th attempt of the tat to act aa a
universal providence; fifth, tbe endow
ment of Idleness, and. alxtb. th neg
lect of national defense by th re--
fuaal to train the population to anna
and by rellnnce solely on a profeealon-
al army. IaxkIou spectator.
Miss Emilie Critfsby, Beautiful
New York Girl, Arouses Entf land
P J- V?
) Ji'.'. l-'-XJ
I--.., VV: 'taw..' t . am ' ? Sty ' - . V,. ' i
MISS EMILIE GR1GSBT. a beautiful American girl who came Into
prominence after tbe death of Charles T. Yerkes a few year ago
when It became known that Ihe street railway magnate bad given
Der reai estate, atock na boua
cauaed a tremendous social sensation In Kunlaud. While she waa a resident
ef New York ahe tried to enter "society." and for a time h was received by
people of prominence. Hut the stories that were told ahoot ber became so
well known that ahe was dropiied by ber fashlonnlile friends, and tn aplte of
her beauty, cbiiruj of manner and- ber wealth she made Ilttle progreaa with
New York'a a mart set. Some time after Yerkes' death she weot to England,
aud for a time abe waa much more successful over there She met members
of lb nobility and waa even aald to be oo terms of liulniucy with memtier
of tb royal family. Indeed, ahe attended tbe coruiintlou of King George and
Queen Mary In Westminster abbey, a ceremony which was witnessed by few
American and to which money and Influence could not gnln tickets of admis
sion. New York papers printed tbe story together with the facta concerning
tbe young woman' American career, and
Efforts were made to learn by what
lutely without sponsors or credential,
tb effort have not been successful.
Heart to Heart
By EDWIN A. NYE.
TIE MAW or TIE CITY.
Down state. In tb town where abe
graduated at tbe high acbool. h was
rated a a talented glrL
She longed for a wider opportunity.
Wben ber widowed motber died and
all tbe debt a were paid ahe had left
only ber piano and a very email uro
She weut to the city.
Having studied music for years. It
waa her plnu to select a quiet board
ing bonse, teach piano to a few pupils
and meantime employ ber literary tal
ent. Result) '
At the end of a year of city life thla
girl tried to commit suicide.
She had uo relntlvea to whom he
could npieul. She was In debt. Ill and
despairing. The pour girl discovered
tbat to secure private pupils In . a
great city, with It muaic school and
celebrated tenchera. requires Influen
That was the first disappointment.
Her crude literary productions, ped
dled from one editorial room to an
other, were olHely declined.
A her money gave out her clothe
grew Bhubby. Despite the' mending
and cleanliit: and pressing, ber poverty
waa apparent, and ah presented a pa-
betlc figure us she went about trying
to find souietblug to do.
Tbe managers would not even give
her a Job plu.rlug the piano lu tbe
cheap theaters unless ahe got better
Better clothes! And ber pin no waa
mortgaged for every cent she could
raise, and she owed much besides.
Tbe poor thing tried being n WHltress
at a caf and broke down under the
train of tbe heavy trays. She was 111,
half starved, but an honest girl. What
Tbe climax of attempted suicide
brought her a few friends, who finally
iecured ber a plnce tn a restaurant,
where ahe plnya Ih ploo.
And this la a true story.
Why tell it?
Because so many girl III or lea
adapted to earn a living are pouring
Into tb great cltlea. Tbe city, wtth
It capacious maw, awallowa tbelr
clean and Innocent Uvea and then
pew many of them out defiled to
the walking of tb afreet or to th
lab of marbl at th morgn.
Juat Whr th Was.
Mr. Oldboy walked Into his library
the other evening and beheld hi only
daughter comfortably ensconced on
tbe knee of young 8qulr Beeawlng.
II looked hla surprise, and the young
Tb older man was th first to re
cover hi presence of mind and smiled
"I see you'v nearly finished your
rc for a husband. Marianne," he olt
erved. "I don't understand you. papa."
VWell. my dear, I notlc you'r on
th laat lap-"-reoraon'a
aggregating f4.utsj.uuu. baa recently
a sensation waa caused tn England.
mysterious means Mis Grtgsby, abso
bad achieved ber purpose, buf ao fai
PLEASES BIG CROWD
COLEMAN FAMILY AND PORT
LAND ARTISTS GIVE DELIGHT
The concert Friday night under the
auspices of the Robbie Burn a Club at
the hlvely Opera House was one of
the most delightful entertainment
given In this city this season. Major
Noble presided, and the famous Cole
man family recently from Scotland
and a competent company of Port
land artist, furnished the entertain
ment. D. 8. Coleman, one of Scot
land favorite tenors, rendered sev
eral selections impressively and waa
forced to respond to enchore. Th
large audience wa much amused by
D. S. Cojeman. Jr., th Juvenile Harry
Lauder, who baa Just finished a tan
week' engagement in Portland. Miss
Coleman gave aonga and dance
and Tootsle Williamson, th smallest
Highland dancer on the atag furnish
ed much amusement. Than there
were the Pottage Sister. In Sailors'
Hornpipe and other dance; Mlaa
Fergrueson. one of Portland'a most
talented pianist in Scotch selections,
and Pipe Major Smith la bagpipe se
lection and dances.
MANY INJURIES TO
BIG LEAGUE PLAYERS.
Tb! ha been a record breaking sea
son of Injuries to balldom'a star.
At on time or another almost every
crack tn tbe circuit haa been retired,
with tb list of broken bone and
cracked digit topping all past per
Those Injured, struck down with
lckneaa or otherwise unhorsed in the
National Include Titus of Philadelphia
broken leg; Ever of Cubs, sickness;
Wilts of Giants, finger split; Hofman
of Cuba, Injured leg; Chance of Cuba,
hit by pitched ball; Evana of St. Louis,
broken band; Rucker of Brooklyn,
sprained ankle; Barger of Brooklyn,
broken Anger; Clarke of Pittsburg, in
Jured leg and bit by pitched ball, and
Kaiser of Cubs, broken finger.
In tbe American they embrace:
New York-Chaae, out week through
Illness; Knlgh'. out ten day through
Ickness; Vaughn;' out Ave week
through sickness; Woller, out. Injured
leg; Hemphill, out. alckne; Flsber.
out, sickness. Detroit Oalnor, out
wtth broken wrist; Jonea, injured In
collision. Chicago Callahan, broken
finger; afcConnelL injured leg. Cleve
land Lajole. out months through lck
ttea; Jackson, broken finger; Toung.
lllne; Joss, death. Boston Wagner,
wrenched ankl. Philadelphia Barry,
wrenched ankle; Collins, lllne)
Coomb. Illness. Washington Johnson
illness; gomerlot wrenched anJrle; Aln
amlth. Injured ankl. 1
And there are rom doseo additions
to thla list, already th 4argeat on rec
TH in baseball history for thla aeasou
I th year
STUDY LAV '
Nothing will giv yon mor power
oi'tn cuowieag or in law. "li is tb combined wisdom of th .
Tbre year' course with degree. Standard I equal to th Eastern tew
cboola and tb work I moat thoroughly done. Fully prepare for th Bar
"Th school Is In elon all th year In both day and night class. En
roll at aoy time; do it now.
PORTLAND LAW SCHOOL
IRVINQ C. RICHARDSO N, LL-D, Preldnt-Dn
Phone. Marshall 2761, A 644. 31 Worctr Block, Portland, Or.
Spend Yor Vacation
The Pacific Ocean.
First clas hotel, cottage and camp at Seaalde and Gearbart.
THE North Bank, Road
Run faat trains through to th Beach parlor observation cara and
modern coach. j
14.00 dally, season limit 13.0 0 Saturday and Sunday, limit Monday.
Special folder will be sent on request.
W. E. Coman, G. F. & P. A, S. P, & S. Ry.
Famous American Postssa
Dieeussas Foreign Woman.
MB. KLLa VBIIIU VTLODX.
Mr. Ella' Wheeler Wilcox, who re
cently returned front a trip through
pane of India and Europe, expresses
aome Interesting views of foreign
The English girt aa I have met aud
studied ber." said Mrs. Wilcox. "Is" a
dellbtfnl being. To me ber great
charm lie in ber modesty and freeh
neaa and tb wouderful childlike qual
ity of her outlook upon life, a quality
distinctly lacking in the typical Amer
ican glrL 1 think it la accounted for
by the greater Intimacy of family life
"In their earliest year - American
girla ar more with their parents and
ar not aent away from borne o soon
aa in England, bnt later there seem
to b far mor friendship between the
parents and children' in England than
in America. The American girl as
sert her tndependeoc very early and
become mor aggressive In conae
qnenc. Sbe la, I admit, better poised
thaa the English girt and ia mor en
tertaining, but unless, ahe ha bad wise
guidance ahe often develop aome very
Mr. Wilcox 1 a student of orlenUl
philosophies, literature and history,
and her obeervatlona on India, which
abe visited on ber travel, ar valua
ble. She especially admire Mr. Be
ta nt. whom ahe consider to be doing
tbe most wonderful work of ber time
"Brahman. Buddhists, Parse and
person of all religion and aecta in
India, though at variance with each
other and opposed to many of tbe
Christian missions, unite In praising
the work of Annie BesanL She ia, in
ber great college, at Benares and In
other school founded by her. devel
oping educational life of India in
accordance with its own natural en
vironment and baring as Its basis tbe
moral elevation of character. 1 met a
brilliant native woman writer whe
bad written an Impassioned plea for
education on Indian, not on European,
linen and wbo ba already started a
school for tbat purpose. She la op
posed to the education which alms at
making Indian women mere Imitation
. "The women of India are beginning
to rebel at tbe fate which condemn
them to marriage at ten and to mota
rhood at eleven year old.'
' Tbey hav queer way of doing
thing in Mexico, aa most observer
are aware by thla time, but the fact
that they virtually impose a tax on
death la perhaps not generally known.
To Illustrate, a yonng American waa
drowned In the Rio Grande, and his
body drifted down the liver, lodging
finally on th Mexican aide. When tbe
relative came to claim tbe body tbey
were received with tb utmost cour
tesy, but wer aomewbat amated wben
informed that the remains could not
be ent out of th country except upon
the payment of a tax of $120, tbat be
ing the law in auch caa made and pro
Tided. Tbe moral. If there be any, aa
aert th New York Mall, la thla: Don't
die in M ex lea
Airing a Room.
In airing a room tber ar two thing
to b remembered 11 rat, that th Im
pure air must b allowed to eecape,
and, secondly, that fresh air mast be
admitted. Impure air in a room la al
waya warm and will therefore rise to
ward th celling, wben it will escape
If th window la opened at tbe top,
while cold fresh air will enter through
the lower part of th window wben
J Vaa M
and Influence In th woiff thaa a I
YAQUINA BAY '
Oregon' Popular Bsach Resort
An ideal retreat for outdoor pas
times of all klnda. Hunting. Fishing,
Boating, Surf Bathing, Riding, Anto
ing. Canoeing, Dancing and Roller
Skating. . Where pretty water agatea,
moss agates, moonstones, carnelana
can be found on tbe beach. Pure
mountain water and tbe beat of food
at low pricea. Fresh fish, clams, crab
and oyster, with abundance of vege
table of all kln4 daily.
Camping Ground Convenient and At
tractive. wth strict sanitary regulation
LOW ROUND-TRIP SEASON
from all point In Oregon, Washing
ton ad Idaho on aal daily.
S-DAY SATURDAY MONDAY
from Southern Pacific points Port
land to Cottage Grove ; also from all
CAE. stations Albany and west.
Good going Saturday or Sunday and
for return Sunday or Monday.
Call on any 8. P. or C E, Agent
for full particular as to far, train,
schedule, etc.; also for copy of our
Illustrated booklet, "Outing In Ore
gon," or writ to j
GENERAL PA8SENGER AGENT,
Portland Oregon. .
Huntley- Bros. Co. 44.M
Horn Telephone Co. .......... 14.05
Pacific Telephone Co. 25.36
Court House. '
Wilson A Cooke 0.40
J. W. Jone 7.50
Cbarlea Slmmona ' 7.50
Charles White 6.65
Morria Bros. 93.29
E. T. Mass M OO
Wilson A Cook '0.50
A. G. Guynup 49-50
C. E- Swan 15.00
Wm. Dan forth 5.00
David K. Jones 8.00
C, E. Burns 6.00
Mrs. John Avtn - 15.00
W. T. Gardner 10.00
Mra. Bradtl 10.00
J. A. Jonea 15.00
George Laxelle 10.00
J. E. Seeley 7.00
T. R. A. Sellwood 12.60
Nile Johnson 7.00
Fred Baker 10.00
Patton Horn , .... 16.00
S. M. Kelso 10.00
A. Pluard 7.U0
Richard Hartgreavea S.00
W. O. Frenoh 7.00
Minnie Pulley 7.00
J. A. Randolph 10.00
Mr. Elsie McLeod 8.00
Geo. Zlellnskl 5.50
F. T. Barlow 12,50
Roswell L. Holman 80.00
A. B. Hems toe k 25.00
Electric- Hotel .'. 4.00
C. H. Dauchy ' 4.25
Edward Daley 12.60
Red Cross Ambulance Co ' 4.00
R. B. BeaU 8.65
H. W. 8treblg 13.35
Farr Bros 10.60
Louie Prorensal 6.00
Sam Smith . . . . .-. 10.00
W. N. Simmon 8.35
L. Adama ' 37.10
Larsen A Co. 2.40
C. R- Thorp A Co 12.80
C. Kersey 18.00
W. W. H. Samson ,. 6.00
Oregon City Enterprise 234.80
Oregon City Courier 40.80
WHd Animal Bounty.
W. O. Dickenson 4.00
Mat Dibble 10.00
Adolph Aachoff ' 4.00
F. S. White , 7.50
J. P. Davis 200.00
. Tax Rabat. .
Harry M. Courtrlght 26.66
Gustav Englebrecht 18.20
Gregory Boyer 10.00
Mary MoraJ 1L0
Sam Booher ........ M8).
George May hjj
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