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C2JK001T CITY, OREGON
I, I. IROOtE, Editor and PubllhP.
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aant a arord ftrat Inaartloa: aoa-aaif aaal
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Kntarprlaa will ba the mum aa m tka
daily, (or advertisements art aapaolaUy
tor tbe waakty. WViere tha aavertisaaaant
la tranafarrad from tha dally to the waak
y. wlihant cnaaca. tha rata arm ba la
aa Inch (or raa af tha papar, and lea aa
act (or apodal poairJoav
1 Cash ehouM aooomaaay ordar obi
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, Clreua advertising and apoelal traaateat
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arm ba gladly accepted. Releeted maaa-
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CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
July 30 In American History.
1759 Ttconderoga. N. y Invested and
' taken by tha British under Am-
1875 General George Edward Pickett
; leader of the memorable charge at
f . Gettysburg, died: bora 1S20. .
1908 Ktrst Joint meetlDjr of army and
nary general board held at Waah
Ingtoa. '.' ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS.
(From noon today to noon tomorrow.)
Bun acta 7:13, rlaea 4:51; moon aet
'10:13 p. m.: sun's llecnnatlon ' today,
18 degree SI minntea north of celee
' Ual equator.
Tha ansa witn wmrn hta aerraDdera
Af tK mvrnmnnl faltlrli maana hla
defrauders of tha public) manage to
. escape prlaoa or Bottle on thirty cent
' on the dollar, la In striking contrast
with tba equal ease with which small
offendera are sent to prison. It re
mind! on of the atory In the play
where tba rich young thief wbo forged
checks and stole a lady's purs es
caped punishment while - a - -poor.
nerveless man wbo stole tba rich
young thief's cigarette case received
a bard labor sentence. 1
era even though occasionally that con
' fldence may be misplaced. This la
far ; better than being suspicious of
every person we meet and of every
i proposition made.- As a rule men are
worthy of the confidence reposed In
: them and tbe man wbo reposes that
confidence receives that of others In
added measure. In truth, without this
confidence the whole social and busi
ness life of tbe world would soon
- come to B standstill.
too onen people ian ior grantea
In tbe borne life and without any ap
preciation for the same, many things
which If shown them In the homes
of other people would call forth pro
s fuse acknowledgement and gratitude.
Not unlikely the home life In many In
stances would be far nappier If, ln-
iiuB vwijiuiuB mat
ter of course, members of the fam
ily would occasionally express, appi-e-,
Read the Morning -enterprise.
Women Must Beware
of Love of Luxury
Labor Saving Devices Have Caused
By Princess HENRIETTE of
CHE GREATEST DANGER TO THE AVERAGE WOMAN OF TO.
DAY LIE3 IN HER GROWING LOVE OF LUXURY. THIS
MAY BE A RESULT OF THE CONDITION OF THE TIMES.
bTM I f AJ I M CI I A DriO at.uiajA a Lir atu b? r iaitfaipiAaiB
e"-' am.r-1 wra tin Tin. nnv U I n t rt II" VtH I IVIlO
AND VARIOUS DEVICES WHICH MAKE LIFE EA8IER, IN A 8EN8E.
, THAN WAS FORMERLY THE CASE. THIS CONDITION SEEMS TO
BE CONSTANTLY INCREASING.
Until a comparatively few years ago hard work bv women, even in
civilized countries wa a NECESSITY. It was FORCED on them.
whether they liked it or not. They
to, which FORTUNATELY they
In France, for instance, the women are famed for their industry
and application, but as the world progresses conditions in this respect,
aa in many others, have changed, and women who at one time worked
i i . '. kl u if ...u rrco
gr(ly penorcOf call uuw iwuuipinu aa mu 11, 11 uoi. uimr, wmi uluu
effort, with the result that more time is afforded for other affairs, and
a constantly increasing LOVE OF LUXURY mid ease has suc
'.. Do not let my meaning be misunderstood. I do not wish to con
ey the impression that I believe France will follow in the footsteps of
the early Roman empire to the extent that decay of the people will
result from thia growth of a lore of luxury and ease.
' Such an assumption would be unreasonable and absurd. Still,
nevertheless, TO BE FOREWARNED IS TO BE FOREARMED.
All nationa should guard ajrainst "n T.F NINO in that direction.
A TRIFLE GOSSIPY
R. L. Holmaa baa received an In
teresting letter from his daughter.
Norma B. Holman. who has been visit
ing relatives In Los Angeles since
February. ' Although only fourteen
years of age, Miss Holman shows pro
nounced literary talent and her let
ters are gems from ' a descriptive
standpoint. She and her sister Edna,
who w.ent to Los Angeles at the close
of school, will return home this week.
The letter, which describes an ocean
trip. Is as follows:
"Yesterday we went to Catallna.
It la 17 miles across from tbe main
land and we went on a fairly good
stsed steamer. It was smooth going
over and the boat Just rocked nicely.
I didn't gat a bit sick, but coming
back w ate a whole lot of stuff on
the boat and I got kind or alck at
the last, while Edna was Just the next
thing to being very sick. "We ate
cake and all klnda of sweets and
pastry. Edna added a couple of ba
nanas to her supper but we thought' It
would make ua sick so dldnt eat
"There were four of ua In our party:
Edna. Irene. Marguerite Austin and
myself. Marguerite lives near here
and is b great friend of Irene". Wal
ter was with us between times. I
mean when be dldnt have to be on
tbe boat- He Is wireless operator on
It We left San Pedro tbe Los An
geles harbor it 10 a. m. and ar
rived at Avalon, Santa Catallna Is
land, at 11:30. Tbe flrat thing we did
was to go and get our dinner. After
that we went out In the glass-bottom
boat to the sub-marine gardens. It
was the grandest sight ever and I
certainly wish you could see them.
Tbe sea la so clear and you can see
"adwhWrfyTeet: There are beautl-
ful mosses, shells and flan there, une
of the principal plants was tbe Iodine
kelp which they make Iodine from.
It la brown and baa large leavea like
a tea leaf la shaped. On the leavea
Is a certain substance which makes
them look crystallzed. They have a
little bulb like a mussel that grows
on them and It la Just like fruit on
a tree, so I guess It might be called
tbe fruit of kelp.
"There Is also a 'sea cucumber'
which la the lowest form of animal
Jlfe found in tha sea. It looks Just
like a cucumber, so Is called tbe sea
cucumber. There la also a sea ser
pent .or sea porcupine that grows
on the rocks. It is really a .plant and
baa what appear to be quills atlcklng
out all larauad. jar.v -. .
"They bad a diver go down after
shells and then sold them to the peo
ple on the boat
"I forgot to mention the gold fish.
They grow to be almost aa large aa
trout and certainly are beautiful.
"Well, Papa, I have written so
much that I am geUlng tired, but I
have oceans more to tell I guess I
will have to wait until I come home
to tell you all about It I know this
much though, that I bad a splendid
time and I am awfully, tired today.
10:3O-a. m, 1 hour later.
I have rested some so will filnisb
telling you of the trip. We had our
cameras along. Irene had one and
I had one. We walked all around on
tbe beach .taking pictures and after
our light supper we went up the In
cline railway. It was Just as the
lights were coming on and up so
high It was Just grand. We were
right above tbe amphitheater where
tbe band played and the music sound
ed beautiful. Catallna has one of the
best bands on the Coast It waa 8: SO
p. m. when we left Catallna and Just
ss we were leaving they bad a few
flreworka. There were only 50 people
on tbe boat and it carries nearly a
thousand. We went up to the top
deck, and on tbe roof of one of tbe
"We Just had lota of fun, laughing
and Joking and after our meal we
sang and danced. Oh! we Just had
the best time!
After we got Into San Pedro at
10:30 we had an hour's ride on tbe
car to Loa Angeles and then a long
ride out to Aunt Ada's. It waa Just
quarter past one when we 'piled' Into
Tbe very seme of rase Is reached In
stairs that have treads twelve to fif
teen Inches broad and risers five to
seven Inches high. Tbe run or dis
tance in most houses is too short to
allow of this, but tbey should come as
near It as the architect of the house
will permit It Is so easy to climb
such stairs that one hardly is aware of
Patronize our advertisers.
Belgium. Sister of King Albert
could not escape it had they cared
did not in thoae times.
MOItNINO ENTERPRISE. SUNDAY. JULY 30.
EARLY BAILING CAUSES
HEAVY LOSS IN HAY
THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS WORTH
RUINED BY COMPRESSING
Thousands of dollars worth of bay
has been ruined In Clackamaa coun
ty In tbe pant two weeks by being
baled too early. Many farmers, anx
ious to get the best price, have taken
a chance on baling green hay, and, as
a result the crop so far as they are
coucerned. la a complete loss. Hay
should lay In ricks or mows at least
a month and a half until the sweating
process la over. ' Much of the baled
hay brought to the city is sweating
in the bales. - It Is moulding and of
no use whatever.
HIDES (Buying Green hides. Be
to 6c; aaltera, SHc to 6Vc; dry bides,
12c to 14c. Sheep pelts, 25a to 75c
DRIED FRUITS Local prices are
Arm at from 8c to 10c on apples and
prunes, peaches are lo.'
SALT Selling 50c to 90c (or fine.
50 lb. sack, half ground 40c; 75 for
100 lb. aacka
Portland Vegetable Markets.'
SACK VEGETABLES Carrots,
tl.35GSl.50 per sack; parsnips, 1.25
Cr$1.60; turnips. fl.25Gfl.50; beets.
VEGETABLES Asparaarua, 90cG
$1.75 per crate; rabbage, new, IX per
hundredweight; cauliflower, ff.oOt?
H75 per doseni eeleryf CallforBlaTW
90c per dusen; cucumbers, fl.SOO
$2 25 per dosen; eggplant 15c per lb.;
garlic, lOcQlle per pound; lettuce,
60c per dosen; hothous lettuce, fl.60
Gfl per box; peas, pcllc per
pound; peppers. 30e35c per pound:
radishes, 15c per dosen; rhubarb, te
Joper pound; sprouts. Be; tomatoes,
ONIONS Jobbing prices; Oregon
$2.75 per 100; Australian, $3.50 per
100; Texas. $2.25 per crate: Califor
nia, fl per crate.
Oregon Cltv Stock Quotations.
HOGS Hogs are quoted He lower.
From 125 lbs. to 150 lbs. e, from
150 lbs. to 200 lbs. tHe.
BACON, LARD and HAM. are firm
VEAL-. CALVES Veal calves Bring
from 8c to loc according to grade.
BEEF STEERS Heel steers for
tbe local markets are fetching 6ttc to
6Hc live weigut
SHEEP tkim arm at to to So live
Quotarrana- tor Oregea-Clty.
POTATOES Best, Buying 1H cents
FLOUR AND FEED Flour Is
steady, selling from $5 to 16.30; very
little of cheaper grades.
OATS (Buyng) Gray, $23 to $24.
white, from $25 to $26.
BI7TTER (Buying! Ordinary
country brings from 15 to 20c,
fancy dairy from 20c to 22c, cream
ery 22c to 26c
EGGS Best grade 25 cents.
POULTRY (Buying Firm with lit
tle good stock offered. Good hens are
bringing 12c. Old roosters are In poor
demand, broilers bring from 16c to 18c,
with good demand.
WOOL (Buying) rVool prices sre
ranging from 14 to 17 cents.
FEED Shorts $29 to $30; rolled
barley, $31.60 to $32.60; process bar
ley, $33.00; whole corn, $39.00;
cracked corn, $40.00; wheat $32.00
to $33; oil meal, $53; Sbady Brook
dairy feed, $1.25 per hundred pounds.
hay (Buying.) Timothy 116 to
$17; clover $9 to $10; oat bay, best,
$12; mixed, $10 to $12; alfalfa, $12 to
Five Seek Names For Farms.
H. Pamperln, of Sherwood R. F. D
No. 1, has filed application to name
bis farm Forest Hill. Tbe following
applications for farm names bave
been granted: Maple Shade, to Mrs.
W. H. Boring, of Boring; Rosemund,
to M. F. Day, Mount Angel R. F. D.
No. 1; Homewood, to Mrs. Earl C.
Bronaugh, Jennings Lodge.
The Hens Know.
Correct Chicken Food
Makes Hens Lay
Baby Chit Grit, Meat Meal,
Beef Scraps snd Oat Groats for
Dealers In Wool, Flour,' Hay,
Grain, Feed, Coal, Salt, Sugar
uth AND MAIN ST8
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t vote. .
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This nomination blank, when properly '.filled In and brought or
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2.500 votes. Only on of these blanks will be credited to each can-
Wants, For Sale, Etc
will aa InaaMaa at aaa caat a f. rir
laaarttaa. half a eaot aeollloaaj wjaar
liana iat Utah ear. II aar s.
laafc aar. uoaa si aar aioaia.
haa aa apaa acoount with tha paeer. Na
rtaanotal raapaoalMllty for arrora; wari
ra iwvup rraa aurraola aottaa WMI a
arlatad tor aatroa. Minimum anaraa Ua
WANTED Collectors to see my col
lection of all aorta or cunoo, an
tiques, and Indian trinkets; stamps
for stamp collectors; coins for
numismatists, arrow-heads for arch
eologlsts, etc. I buy and sell all
sorts of curos; also all kinds of
second-hand furniture and tools.
George Young, Main,' near Fifth
WANTl-aiMiaii advertisements for
this column, "roes ory reason
able. See ratea at bead of rolimu.
Read tbe Morning Enterprise.
WANTED You to know that the En
terpriae Job printing department Is
the moat complete la the State,
outside Portland. Try It tor your
FOR SALE One Soutbwlrk aay press;
one 10-horse power gasoline engine.
$1400.00 outfit for leas than halt.
Will sell or trade. Address Enter
FOR SALE Space In this column
Sell that Old plow or harrow; yoo
don't use It sine you purchased
your new one.
WANTED Female Help.
WANTED Girl or woman to
act aa companion to old lady
and do light housework; must
be willing to stay nights.
Steady place and good pay
for the right party. Inquire
at Enterprise office Monday
a. ra. for address.
FARM LOANS Dlmlck A Dlmlck,
Lawyers. Oregon City, Or.
O. D. BBY, Attorney-at-Law. Mosey
loaned, abstract a furnished, land
title examined, estates settled, gae
eral law business. Over Baak at
CTRKN ft 8CHTJST0BL, AUoraaya-at
Law, Deutseaar adrokac wra arae
tloe In all courts, make eeOeotkw
and settlements. Office la amter
pries Bldg-. Orecoa City. Oregon.
UILDER AND CO'VTBACTOR.
HARRY JONES Builder and General
Contractor. Estimates cheerfullj
given on all classes of baUdtng
work, concrete walks ana rotator cod
concrete. Hoe, Paoaa Mean 11L-
. H. COOPER. For Fir Insurancr
and Real Bstat. Let us handle
your properties we buy, sell sad
exchange. Office In Baterprise
Bldg., Oregon City. Oregon.
A Convenienee For the 8umtner Camp
er Cottage. ,
A bookshelf of this sort, which may
be purchased at any department store.
Is of great convenience for tbe bnche
tor's den or for tbe man who goe
ramping during the summer. It Is
equally satisfactory to the housekeep
er wbo Is spending a few -weeks or
months In some scantily furnished
room or cottage at tbe seashore or
mountains. The shelf may be nsed as
a china closet, a magazine rack, a book
or medicine case. The ends of the low
er shelf will Just hold a tobacco Jnr,
and tbe rack underneath may be used
for pipes. Am these shelve may be
taken apart and packed luto a small
spsce they may be easily carried In a
trunk, and so are srsllable In rases
where It Is not convenient to take
I inch luggage with one.
A splendid plnnt for summer bed'
dlnjt which thriven In tbe full sun 1
Salvia splendena. or scarlet sage.
Plants may be obtained from florists
and can be set out now. Plant them
In masse or In borders. If tbe latter
there should be a dark background to
bring out the full splendor of the scar
let hlimsoms. The flowers are of s
most brilllnnt red and the fnltnge of s
light preen. There are several named
varieties which may be procured
The1 hewl irrnir t fl ht-li'hf nf a font
and n rmlf to two feet at the time or
AMONG TBE CHURCHES
First Bsptlst Corner Main and Ninth
streets. Rev. 8. A. Ilayworth. pas
tor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and T:s
p. m. Sunday Bchool at 10 a. m.
H. E. Cross, superintendent. Chris
tlon Endeavor at 8:5 p. m. The
paator being away on b(e vacation,
tbe Rev. F. C, Btanard, formerly
pastor at Newberg. and now agent
for McMlnnvllle College, will oc
cupy the pulpit Young Peoples
meeting to be led by Miss Edith
Smith. It will be a consecration
Catholic Cor. -crater ana Tenth Bte
Rev. A. Illllebrand paator, re. HI
Water; Low Mass I a. in., wun arr
mon; High Mass 10:30 a. m.; af
ternoon service at 4: Msa tvery
morning at 8-
First Congregational Church. Morn
ing service at 10:30 ocioca.
nlna service at 7:45 o'clock.
Chrl.t BV. tutharan-Tor. Wahth i and J
paator. raa. to t- Q Adaiin;
.It a. m ; praachlns altrrnoone of f ret
and tblrd Sunday, at M0 In
other Bunday earvtoaa mornings el It"
with Breadline In Oarman.
First Church of Christ. Scientist-
Ninth and tenter streets, wuru.u,
service at 11 o'clock. Wednesday
evening meeting at S o'clock. Read
ing room open every afternoon ex
cept Sunday from 1 to 4 o'clock.
Morning subject. "Love."
Oarman Bvangellaal for. aacnm ana
Kadleon etraeta. nar. ' " , ' r
tor, raa. 711 Madlenn: 8. B. 10 a nv,
Harman Bohradar. Monroe straet. supt .
momtns earvlca II. yo-n pai.pl at 1
a. m and araeahlna at I P m. Prarar
meatlns Wednesday at M0 p. m.
Gladstone Christian Rev. A. H. Mui-
key, pastor, res. oiaaston. nun
day school 10 a. m., N. C. Hendricks,
supterlntendent Morning service,
11 o'clock. Brotherhood services at
Mountain View Union (Cong.) 8. 8.
I p. m., Mra. J. II. Quinn, supt.;
Bible Study every Thursday after
noon. E. C. Dye will preach at 7:30
o'clock In tbe evening.
Methodist Main street cor. Seventh,
Rev. E-'F. Zimmerman paator, res.
cor. 81xth and Washington; 8. 8.
:45 a. m., C. A. Williams, Glad
stone, supt; morning service 10:45,
Epworth League S:30, evening ser
vice 7.30. Prayer meeting Thurs
day S p. m. Rev. T. C. Jones, form
er pastor of the church, will preach
- In the morning. There will be no
Presbytsrlan Seventh street cor. Jef
ferson. Rev. J. R- Landsborouga,
paator. Res. 710 Jefferson; 8. 8. 10
a. nu Mrs. W. C. Qreeo. supi; morn
ing service 11 a. m-Y. P. S. C. E..
7. leader. Ambrose Brownell; eve
ning worship, 7:45. . . .
arkniaae Cangi asawana Rev. J. L.
Jonaa paator. raa. Clackamaa; B. a. It
a. m., Emar franco supt ; praachmg
earvlcaa aach Bunday. aitrrnatlng be
tween 11 a. m. and I:lt p. m Chris
tian Endaavor Thursday evening Mt
St' Paul's Rev. C. W. Robinson, rec
tor. Dally services: Morning pray
er, 7 a. m.; Holy Eucharist, 7:30 a.
m., evening prayer, 7:30 p. m. Sun
day services: Holy Eucharist I a.
m. ; morning, prayer, 10:30 a. m. ;
Holy Eucharist and sermon. 11 a.
m.; evening prayer and sermon,
7:30 p. m.; 8. 8., IS m.; Thursday
evenings, sermon at 7:30 o'clock.
Owing to the absence of the pastor,
who is spending two weeks at Sea
side, services will be conducted at
9:30 o'clock by the Rev. Powell, of
Portland. There will be no evening
United BrethrenCor. 1htn and Taylor.
Rev. L K. Clarke naamr. rva. Portland;
K. R. It a. in.. Krank Pnrkr. Maple
lanr, supt.; mornlns eervtce 11. T. P.
ft C. E. t p. m.. avanlns service T.
Willamette M. . No rexular prearhtns
arrvtrre. 8. 8. I n. nv. Mra. Ream
Don Lutheran Corner Jefferson and
Eighth streets. Rev. W. R. Kraxber
'ger pastor, residence 720 Jefferson
Sundsy school 9:30 a. m., Rev
Kraxberger, superintendent. Morn
Ing service 10:30. Evening 7:45.
Luther League 7 P- m.
West Oregon City School Heus
Services conducted by J. O. Staat
at 3 o'clock, followed by Sunday
A Pratty Study In Blue and
White For Afternoon Wear.
Sad will be the day for any'
man when he becomei contented
wtlh the thought, he i. think
ing snd the deed, he i. doing--Wbcn
ihera i. noI fotevc, beating
at the door, of hi. toul Mme gre.t
dcre to do something arger
he know. Uiat he wM mean, ,nd
made to do.-Phillip, Brook..
bout yur meney maturs wbtn ya.
are a depositor her.
Your bill ar all paid by .. Yatir ehook. whtn return.,
II I rtetlpt N treubl abeut ahan. m tfUput
mants. no qutstlen as t rhr yur ha gone, er ht
mJ , haul" received. Yeur P book and th stubs ef your .heel, bij
.,w.y.t...h..ory. oN THftAM W0B ANQ
OPEN AN ACCOUNT AT THE .
The Bank of Oregon City
OLDEST BANK IH THE COUNTY
D C. LATOCRTT Preeldeal
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ol OREGON CITY , OREGON
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NATURAL HOT MINERAL
Heart to Heart
By EDWIN A. mfE.
MESSAGE OF TIE ROSE.
I read a story tbe other day by Ethyl
Huston. I bsve neither spare nor elo
quence to tell It aa she told It. but-
The story la of big Scotch John, a
broad shouldered, big bearted. contem
plative husband, and Hit l Scotch. Mag
gie, a bonny sweet thing." bis wife.
After some ba(py years of marriage
Maggie died. John waa quieter after
that than before and much given to
dreaming. Aad soon-very soon-a
long grave waa mad beside tbe short
Borne tlm after tbe death of hus
band and wife among Maggie's tree'
ores was found a little envelop con
taining a dried rose and a scrap of pa
per on which was written:
"We bad a small tiff this morning,
and dear John went out of tbe house.
And presently he came In again and
gave me tbl rose and I cried."
Just a rose and sbe cried:
Big, silent John asld uotblng. but
Maggie's warm heart responded In
stantly, and sbe cried from tenderness
And the memory of Ibe roe and Its
message wsa wholly sweet to tbe end
of ber days.
Why should It be so bsrd for us to
do tbe gracious thing In season?
And tbe I rum we wsste snd lbs year
w wast and the cruel wounds w
bear all because we are not large
enough, not wise enough, to listen to
tbe voice of wisdom, because we are
too proud or txf vain or too blind to
pluck Ibe simple rose to beal tbe hurt!
-Just a roue -now-dut,
But John was forgiving enough and
bumble enouirb to bred tbe small voice
of pleading love.
Doulitleiu "the little tiff" was a turn
Ing K)lnt In I lie wedded life of these.
Onen It Is the.trlrlat thing over which
busbiind and wife disagree. And these
little matterx nro and grow. They
lead to coldness and resentment slid
sometimes to the parting of the wsys.
How ijulckly does the heart of every
Maggie reHHnd to the rose that John
What iirKiiuient can never do the loir
b? of tbe proffered flower will accom
plish. II Is the message of forgiving
love stooping thHt It may conquer, and
the heart of woman makes Instant un-
That rose Is dust. Tbe long grass
grows on tbe graves of John and Mnrv
but Ibis to us who live and love la the
Be very kind.
The Cold Shoulder. ,
miss iironson. a very charming
young woman of Ook Inne. Is being
visited by an English cousin, who Is
charming enough, but not eeclally
brilllnnt Tbey were In a purty of
friends the other evening discussing
attitudes toward ersons.
"I don't believe In giving the cold
shoulder to nny one,- announced a
Philadelphia girl, with emphams.
"Oh, my denr." interrupted the fair
English innld. "the cold shoulder, prop
erly gnrnlshed. Is very good. I am
ery fnd of lt."-PhlndolpiH Times
Thaoktrsy In France. i
France might reckon Th.i,-...
long with Kdwar.1. klng ,,''
mainnelna , .
- ""' Parisian of
Britons, for truly ,l Tlimr.h l
pd love the life f ,he tK,Ulevnrds.
bl.lng .mi floWB be(ww,0
Uls and. the Hols. tb. cafe, and the
theaters, himself most aptly described
tJ bis own lines-
ana ws. frn ,, nui
A finer, nobler .! than ha
Na.r drov. around tha Bhon. Ely...
Nor Mrirf ik. n... '".a-iysae
. .... u. a, hivoIL ,
-nenry W.tterson In Courlerjonrnnl
A Bold Court Fool,
ferdlnnml II. ---..- '
ertalo moods an Z un'
f-er .o take
'a to s lOOl." w
1,0 P'MM tO m In Tn.
r. J. METER. Cut,.
Rheumatism ' Can it
Writ For Booklet
Hot Lake Sanatorium
HOT LAKE. OREGON.
Ce. Vsugh snd Twenty-fourth fe
July 14, , St, 17, 2S. M.
Oam.e Begin Weekdays at I p. a,
Sundays. tlSO P. M.
LAOIES' OAY FRIDAY.
Boys Udr It FT to Bleectsj
rlbutllaoT sHitiflaThrrad C'oaart
nr wliia Maruloa wrlla to
TNI IIW KOMI S!WIII BUCHIIt COaVtC
Orangti By. aaa.
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Our twaanr af rM eat. '
- Bal by aalaartaeel Baal era eels.
W. L. MARSHALL,
SS0 Morrison St Portland,
Buy a Home
While Paying Rent
1100 down and $12 a most
takea this oomfortabl alx-rooB
house and lot. House la wtrei
for electricity. Lot 62x105 feet
Som fruit on plac. Well lo
cated on Madison Bt CIIAA
A snap at..,. pllUv
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7th and Main fits., b Sutpe
110 REWARD '
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of any person or persons, who
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THE MORNINO BNTERPRI1
la on sale at tb following stortt f
vry dar: T
J. W. McAnulty Cigars
Seventh and Main.
Main near Sixth.
M. B. Dunn Confectionery
Next door to P. O.
City Drug Store
Walter Little Confectionery
814 Seventh Street.
M. Vol k mar Drugs
Seventh nar Center,
Beventh and ,T. Q. Adams.
A Slav to Styl. .
"Tonr little friend has tb rlbbo
honor agnln this wek, wbll joa
er win It",
"Why, mamma, tftixann l b,0"J;
and blue la becoming to ber. but I'
a lirunett and can't near
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