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E. K. SROOIE. Editor a4 PwWteHee.
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Caiarariaa wta ba the eaiwa aa hi tba
, aally. lar eaacneata aa aapaceallr
tar iba waakrr. Wfeara tba aaTartiii mat
V la amaafanaa rraai tba amity ta tba aa
hr. wtthoat raaaaw. tba rate' arm ba a
- aa bach tar raw af tba aaaar. aaa tea aa
hMh far trial saattliaa
' Ceah abaald toaaMar erear wbaia
earty la oaJmawa b tain afTtaa af
' Lesal aaVarttatac at legal advarthaa-
Cbrewe adverUataA sad apaeial
la a aa4 wail aimaa
at aiarH- with bitaraat ta aal
aril aa vWUy accawbtd. BalacaMl
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
evwrttBSaa uaehweu atch. a mail
sac at esj.rtal coadttloaa erwrabaa: tba
' She Sals' uJ Bankrupt Bala" Unr
bjaaeaaoi So bach first mearttea; aei
Jmmml haaartJaaa an aaattar He bach.
Raws hi aad wail Willi arttalas
Aug. 3 In . American History.
1493 Colomboa Bailed oa hla flrat roj
' aw of diacorary.
17S6 War wtta aorthweatera Indiaaa
A , eadad: 8J96S Ualtad 8tataa troopa
HOT Aucwataa 8C Gaodena. arulptor.
Ved ta Coraiafa, K. H.; bora IMS.
(TToaa hooa tooay to noon tnmorrwwj
8aa acts TJX), nana 4;
life p, -
; ; , MANY TREATIES.
t. ' Tbe State Department- has been
making numerous treatiea with the
vartoua ctvlllxed nations with Great
Britain. Germany, Franca, Japan;
' treatiea of commerce, peace, comity
. aad arbitration. But among tbe moat
important ' treatiea are those with
Nicaragua aad Honduras, Involving
national loans guaranteed by the cus
toms receipts. These treaties are
not yet ratified by the Senate, but
".I tbe State Department hopes they will
' .we aimoat aay day, believiag that
they - will prevent future revolutions
and result tn full protectioa to Am
. i' eHcan intereats In those countriea.
Nicaragua eapedaDy Is tbe scene of
much activity by Americas colonizers
r and Investors, and only assurance of
- peace and protection Is needed to tn
sare tbe development of tbe great re
- sources of that country.
i i a
. It Is possible for corporations to be
1 good. Since Havemeyer paaaed away,
' tbe 8ugar Trust claims to be relieved
: of 1U evil spirit. Tbe 8teel Trust de
; ales that It was ever so possessed.
Judge Elbert H. Gary's testimony In
Waahingtoa indicated that the Steel
. Trust la a beneficent institution, seek
- t ' lug only to elevate mankind and pro
' . mote International peace and good
' will, with Judge Gary managing tta
destinies the Steel Trust needs no
. '' other press agent At any rate, he
rather non plussed the Investigators.
Jim Dahlman, of Omaha, has bad
a partial revenge. He has had the
Democratic convention of that county
denounce William J. Bryan for re
fusing to support Dahlman for gov
ernor of Nebraska laat year. But that
only a "detail. Mr. Bryan baa
it 1 . i
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IN MY OPINION THE CONDITION OF AMERICAN POLITICS IS
DECIDEDLY IMPROVING. I GREATLY DEPLORE THE AS
SERTIONS MADE IN THE PAST BY PROMINENT MEN THAT
OUR GOVERNMENT IS BECOMING MORE AND MORE CORRUPT.
Public life today does not offer SUFFICIENT inducement to
" attract CLEAN, ABLE menof the highest type of civilization, be
, estate, a role, the tenure of office is TOO SHORT.
No man can be certain of making politics hia LIFE PURSUIT
- in this country. He is in today and out tomorrow and may stay out
for years before be gets back again, if be ever doe.
' This ia especially so in our legislative bodies. Tbe habit in this
country or tbe requirement that re presents tires to legislative bodies
hare to be residents of the district from which they are sent should
be done away with. The electors of a district should fed PEB--FECTLT
FREE t nominate and Vote for fit men without regard
to their place of twaUeaee , . ) , . . , '
aever yet bolted a Democratic "prta
Amerlcaaa generally will admit to
feeling o( eatisfacUoa oa learalag
thiu, the Karl of Yarmouth, who to
mistreated Alice Thaw, u4 com
pelled her to pay a kite alimony to
get rid of him, la dead broke at laat
Is tbre another American heiress
bo will boy tb tldeT It would b
a presumptuous person who would
presume far enough to ay that aoo
cam be found.
Heart to Heart
ty EDWIN A. NYE.
I 1 j
A CROSS UBEX.
Hurrah for tba Cultad State!
1 bara gTowa tired of tba talk about
this country being purely mercenary,
without ideals and "worshiping the
It la not true.
Taken by and large, human nature b
much the same everywhere. People
are made of a lik putty. And all
people of all coon tries like money.
We are a young people.
We bare not the leisure to rultlrate
ouraetrea along certain lines. We may
lack somewhat of the Oner eenslbill
Mea that go with centuries of culture.
We are the most unselfish people
new on earth. ...
Nowhere else will you find so larje
s proportion of good people who give
ef their time and money to make the
If you have traveled In England or
ea the continent you must have dis
covered that at heart tbe average Eu
ropeaa la grossly avaricious. De will
use deception and stoop to methods aa
Americas would acorn la order to get
And so of tbe east.
The people of the orient do not talk
money as we do. but they think mouey
and act mooey. They are subtle.
They know now to.wbeme and keep
their mouths c lowed.
Tbe oriental will do almost anything
We have our money grubbers and
money grabbera, A part of our people
are edflsb and self rentered.
Nevertheleas the great mass of
jkmericans are the most generous, tbe
most self denying, the kindest hearted
people la tbe whole world.
Nowhere else will you And so many
institutions devoted to tbe succor of
the helpless and unfortunate. No
where dee la so much money given to
philanthropy. Nowhere else are to be
found so many liberal hearted, kindly
And considerate men and women.
Thla Is not a Fourth of July speech.
It la a vent for righteous resentment
against tbe oft repeated untruth that
Americans have no God bat the dol
lar. Hurrah for America!
Let the Guinea Pig Mew the Lawn.
If you have a lawn or s graaa plot
or even a tiny back yard In which
you take sufficient pride to resent tbe
appearance of obnoxious weeda get a
guinea pig. The guinea pig la said to
be an excellent weed killer and a lawn
mower aa well. Turn the guinea pig
or a half doxen of them loose on tbe
lawn. Tbe animals at once attack all
the worst weeds. These broad leaved
plants, which mowing machines will
not touch, are killed by the persistent
cutting ef the guinea pigs teeth.
When they have finished the weed
they proceed to the grass. In a very
abort time the lawn looks aa If It bad
been cut by the very closest machine.
No harm Is done to tbe grass. New
Are you a subscriber to tbe Mora
Inn Enterprise? If not you should call
and let us put your name on tbe sub
scription list immediately.
By Mayor WILLIAM
J. GAYNOR of
CASCARA POOL IS
GROWERS OF COUNTY EXPECT
LARGER PRICE THAN OBTAIN
HOI WEATHER INJURES POTATOES
PHcea Thought to Have Reached Low
est Laval Large Fruit Ship
saeataCauae af Weak
Ad Oregon City commlsaioa bouse
haa , arranged a big pool In Cases ra
bark grown in Clackamaa county.
Many of the growers have brought
their bark to this city and much more
will be sent here before the end of
the week. Through the organization
of the pool a better price. It la
thought, will be obtained than If
sales were made separately. Tbe
crop Is larger this year than usual
and the bark la of extra quality.
Shipments of fruit from California 1
this direction ahow a very heavy in- j
crease and this la the cause of most I
of the weakness. Watermelopa were
sold aa low as 75c per hundred lbs.,
being less than the actual coat to com
mission men. v Small lota are gener
ally moving at 11.
The market on cantajoupea baa
been broken and at thla time not
eren the Iwnt am IT la brin,
than $3.25 even la a limited way,
while large lota are going at S3. Or
dinary to poor quality ta lower than
The farmers are still la a large
way supplying the demand for pota
toes. Dealers report the market hold
ing in a fairly steady way at $1.75
a hundred, and the general Impres
sionl Is that prices will not work to
a lower leveL Tbe outlook rather la
for a gradually advancing market
from this time on. and prices that
will show a good measure of profit
for the growers In the fall and win
ter. Tbe hot weather of the past
few weeka la said to have hit the po
tato crop pretty hard in some sec
tions. HIDES (Buying Green bides, ic
to ftc; saltera, SHc to 4c; dry hides,
12c to 14c Sheep pelts. 25c to 75c
DRIED FRUITS Local prices are
firm at from 8c to 10c oa appiea and
prunes. reaches are 19c.
SALT Selling 50c to foe tor fine.
50 lb. sack, half ground 40c; 75 for
100 lb. sacka.
Portland Vegetable Markets.
8ACR VEGETABLES Carrots,
$1-25611.50 per sack; pars ni pa. $1.25
61140; turnips. $1,250 $1-50; beets.
VEGETABLE Asparacua. OcQ
$1.75 per crate; eabbage, sew, $1 per
hundredweight; cauliflower. ILaOQ
$1.75 per dosea; celery, California. 75c
6 toe per dusen; cucumbers. ILMQ
$2 25 per down; eggptanc 15e per lb.;
garlic. 10cC12c per pound: lettuce.
50c per dozen ; bothotist lettuce. $1.50
6$2 per box; peas, beetle per
pound; peppers, 30eG$5c per pound;
radishes, 15c per doxen; rhubarb, XHe
63c per pound; sprouts, be; tomatoes,
ONIONS Jobbing pnote; Oregon
$2.75 per 100: A us trails a. $3.50 per
100; Texas, $2.25 per crate: Califor
nia. $2 per crate
Oregon Citv Stock Quotations.
HOGS Hogs are quoted He lower.
From 125 lbs. to 150 lbs. $V,r, from
150 lbs. to 200 lbs. S4c
. BACON. LARD aad I CAM. are Arm
VEAL CALVES Veal calves orlng
from 8c to iuc according to grade.
BEEF STEERS Beet steers for
the local markets are fetching I He to
6tte live weight.
SHEEP are arm at c to 5c live
Quotamna rr Oregon City.
POTATOES aBeat, Buying 1 centi
FLOUR AND FEED Flour la
steady, selling from $5 to $5 30; very
little of cheaper grades.
OATS (Buyng) Cray, $23 to $24.
white, from $25 to $26.
BTTTTSR (Buying! Ordinary
country brings from 15c to 20c,
fancy dairy from 20c to 22c. cream
ery 22c to 25c
EGGS Beat grade 25 cents.
POULTRY (Buying Firm with lit
tie good atock offered. Good hena are
bringing 12c 'Old roosters are in poor
demand, broilers bring from 16c to 18c.
with good demand.
WOOL (Bujniigy Tool prices are
raniclng from' 14 to 17 centa.
FEED Shorts $29 to $30; rolled
barley. $31.50 to $32.50; process bar
ley, $33.00; whole corn, $39.00:
cracked corn. $40.00: wheat $32.00
i to $33; oil meal, $53; Shady Brook
j 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
I - VOTE COUPON, .
I GOOD FOR ONE VOTET" e
This coupon when nestly clipped and properly filled In with the
f name of the candidate 70U wlah to vote for, will t countad as one
I vote. ,
j Name of candidate .
Thla coupon is void after
! a cut on lines. Don't roll.
GOOD FOR TWENTY-FIVE
I wish to Nominate Miss..
NOMINATION BLANK. ?
This nomination blank, when property filled 'la and brought sr
mailed to Contest Department of Tbs Enterprise will, count for
2,600 votes. Only one of these blanks will be credited to each can-
dldata. ,.. i, - a
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Wants, For Sale. Ett
Ui ' kV m!f4 a aaa eaet a aw. Iwel
haJf a aaa a44KIaaJ har
Uaaa. ua barb aara, U sar awatb.
taah ear. aaaat St sar a
caah ast iinamr
Vu mmmm xauM vttb Iba
naaaaJ raapaaaibtutir tar arrars; bart
arrora aeaar rraa annul aa"
arta4 tar aatraa. mnliaaai ahaiwa tba
WANTED Collectors to aee my col
lect to a of all aorta at curloa. an
tiques, and Indian trinkets: atampe
for atamp collectors; colna for
numismatists, arrow heads for arch
eologlata, etc. I buy and aell all
aorta of curloa; also all ktnda of
second-hand furniture and toola.
George Toung. Main, near Fifth
WANT-aaaii advartleeroeata for
thla eolnma. Peteae ary reaaoa
able. Sea rata at bead of rolima.
Read the Morn Trig enterprise.
WANTED Too to know that the Kb
tarpriae Job printing department la
. the moat complete ta the Bute,
outalde Portland. Try It for your
next printing. -'"".
WANTED Position by eiprlence4
nurse, or aa companion for elderly
lady or housekeeper for small fam
ily. Inquire at Enterprise or tele
phone Main 2353.
WANTED One energetic man ol
woman who la locally Influential
at every shipping point In Oregon
and Washington to represent the
Farmers' Society of Equity. IJber-
, si remuneration aatured Q W H.
and Harry T. Miller, district organ
Itera. Oregon City, Oregon.
FOR 8 ALE One Bouthwick hay press;
one 10-horse power gasoline engine.
$1400.00 outfit for less than half.
Will aell or trade. Address Enter
' prise office. .
FOR SALE One riding pony, three
years old. for $30. Mr. F. D. Miller,
Dover. Or. i
FOR SALE Good toeated spring
wagon, $35; Iowa dairy separator,
good as new, $37.50: new and used
aewlng machines. $4 to $35. J. H.
Matt ley, 1010 Seventh street. Ore
FOR SALE 8 pace la this column
Sell that old plow or harrow; you
dont uae It since you purchased
your new ooa.
FARM LOANS Dlmlck A Dlmlck,
Lawyers. Oregon City, Or.
O. D. KBT. Attoruey-et-Law. Money
leaned, abstracts furnished, laad
tit lea examined, estates settled, gen
eral law buetaes. Over Beak af
Oregon City. "
U'REN A SCHUEBEL. Attoraeys-at
Law, De was char adveamt. wtn prae
tica la all courts, make catlaetioa
sad sattlemssts. Offlee la Eater
prise BMc Oreeoa Oty. Oregon
UILOER AND COTWACTOR.
HARRT JONES Builder and Genera!
Contractor. Estimates cheerfully
gives oa ail classes of aellstni
work, coo crate walks sne redaforces
concrete. Res. Pboae Mala 11L
R. H. COOPER. Foe fire Insurance
and Real Estate Let aa haadle
your properties we buy. sell aad
exchange. Office la . Enterprise
Bld. Oregon City. Oragoa.
Tbe Hens Know.
Correct Chicken Food
Mak es Hens Lay
Baby Chit Grit, Meat Msal,
Beef Scraps and Oat Groats for
Dealers In Wool, Flour, Hay,
Grain, Feed, Coat, Salt Sugar
11TH AND MAIN STS
Patronize our advenlaera.
Subscribe for the Dally Enterprise
August 10. a,
Send In flat a
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SsaKae Tied High at the task ,and
JWIth Long Eada.
The new cobwebby crapes are love
ly for evening wear and come In evorv
While flowers for tbe decoration of
the lingerie bat are fashioned with
white stalka and teavea.
B--h.. . m..u..iI tlaxt hlffh at
tbe Nek and fall tn straight long end
ataLX rmaarr cotes.
tn form tittle aouare train fir evening
gowns. When of chiffon or net tliee
are very effective.
Imported psraaols of band embroid
ered linen, with sralltped eU-es of
plain taffeta silk, are used. Oue mixll
of soft black taffeta has a cover f
white eyelet embroidery scalloped on
tbe edgea. showing tbe rim of black
Tbla corset cover for ml axes -and
small women la pretty and convenient.
Ita peplum la perfectly 'smooth over
the hips. It Is flnUbed with hems' and
closed by means of buttons sod button
boles. Tbe design Is adapted to slender
figures. JCDIP CIIOLLET.
Thla May bfantoa partem to cut la alase
for b!asea of fourteen, soteen and alh(.
aaa yaare ef as. Band is cant to thi
offlca. atvtnc aumbrr. and H will ba
promptly forwarded to you by atalLi If la
haste send an additional two cant stamp
for latter postaae, which Insurea mora
Even Veilings and Veilee Aee Seme
. times Tailee Mads.
For darning badly lorn stockings use
a shoe tree Instead of a darning egg.
Then if It be necessary to patch In
stead of to darn the patch can be much
more eaally and properly set In.
Even veiled fabrics are frequently t
be aeen made up In tailor made style.
The millinery departments have been
Invaded by embroideries, and the doin-
ly cotton embroider! now offered by
-Fringes areaeett mrmirnr cf the F new
..aC,lc kowds as girdle nd tunic
A slip with a blKh wnUt line must be
worn with the gown of atinilir rut If
the benefit of It, lines Is to I re.
teed This semlprluceas pattern l
Just tbe thlnif to wesr under a trail
parent empire frock. For this model
white lawn was trimmed with a fm.
broldered flounce, banding and edirlna
ITie slip consists of a corset cover and
klrt. JCDIC CnOLLRT
This May Manton pattern t, ,t ,
for a thlrty-fou, t forty.two l 0!
send sn additional two cent iim. , 'I
Wayside Fruit Traaa.
Fruit trees sre planted by the road
side In aeTeral parts of Germany, but
passersby are not permitted to help
themselves to tha rn.it tv. .
. - - ' " iraes are
eloaely watched, and at tbe end of tbe
seeaoB tbe fruit la sold. At Intervals
slong tbe road sign, .re placed bear-
. " ' -a uood Mao In-
iuJsT Bot. utu fra" -
At the due.
Idy President What book h. k.i '
Jd ye, mo, N,w .S
bwHPe ebeck book.-UpploTra "
"" veu have netlaad th ' set hhssd In the weri(
BenarsMy those whs are eed managars-whs hav lsm,g
iUsmssM wsrM ov.f th.t the bert way ta Uf
incoms and h.v. a grewlr., b.l.n.e I. t. ka.p . k.nh
There are just aa many rtaaons why YOU should hav,
.ount at iMa. bank a. thsr. are why any ef sur hundr.d, ef
'T:T.J$ tet, thsm t. y.. ,
Thc Bank of Oregon City
OLDEST BANK IH TOE C0UHTY
O. C tTOIIHETTE Praaldaul f. J. METES, Cau
THE FIRST NATIONAL BaMu
Tranaaets a 0-aeral Saahlng aalaeaa,
BOYS SHOULD JOIN NOW.
awBBBwaaeaaa t r
E. C. Oya Especta Division to be Or
ganised in Time for Cruise.
K. "'. l). wbu haa just returned
from a short ramping trip with tbe
CiwKtegatlonal Church Hoy Hcouta. re
ports thst the. Nsval MltHla maitera
are progressing as rapidly aa poaal
ble unU-r the clrcunislancea. He
says that II Is unfortunate that Lieu
tenant lilomtwrg. the executive of
ficer Is In Chicago on urgeul buaineae,
and thai Captain Reynolds la at his
cannery near Marshfleld lie aays.
however, that the captain will be In
Portland the end of I his eek, and
will be ready to muster In the Oregon
City division. Mr. Dye aays he will
that the boys are taken on tho pro-
lkiMsaa.1 I' Fli lsVM and ha feels certain
that he will aucceed. All the boya
who are expecting to Join the organl
sajlon are urged to do ao at once so
they ean arrange to leave Oregon
City about C cluck Tuesday evening,
as tbe "Hoston" will sail for Astoria
the next morning. Deflnlle announce,
ment as to the mustering data will
be lanued later.
INJURED HORSE IS SHOT.
Humana Society Qlvea Attention to
all Animate In Dlatresa.
A valuable horse belonging to
Henry Salisbury, of Meldrum. waa In
jured by a fall on a sidewalk near
that place on Tuesday, and It waa
necessary to have the animal ahot.
One of Ita leas ass broken Tbe ac
cident happened when a lad waa try
ing to catch his horse, which was
near the Hallsbury horse, Jhe latter
becoming frightened and running
away. Mr Salisbury hid the horse
Miss McCarver. president of the
Clackamas County Humane Society.
waa advised by A. F. Parker, of Glad
stone, that a light gray horse with
an Injured hip waa found at Glad
atone. Tbe horse waa unable to
atand ahen found, and Miss McCar
ver at once notified Sheriff Maaa. who
appointed Mr. Parker a deputy to
see that the animal waa shot. Mr.
Parker atarted out to And the borae.
to relieve It from Ita aufferinga, but
the animal waa able to atand. and
he will look out for It until the owner
is found, and It la probable that It
will not have to be ahot. Aa anon aa
tbe Humane Society ta notified of any
animal In dlstresa, action la Immed
iately taken to see that the proper
hlng la done.
BRYAN SCORED BY LfADER IN HOUSE
(Continued from page 1
braska statesmen of pesklng Mlselv.
When he aald that he and the
Speaker were In accord, and tba Sha
ker made no effort to deny It, the
applause on the Democratic aide was
loud and prolonged.
Cnderwood had read the altered
Bryan statement and, speaking d'lll
"The statement contained In that
paper are absolutely falae. If the re
flections which that article rontvns
rested only on myself. wouTU no.
tske the time of thla House to answer
them. Put those statements refl-vt
not only on myself, but on the Dem
ocrats In control on this aide of the
Capitol: and aa leader of the floor. I
would be untrue to my fellow Demv
crats here and to myself If I did not
reply to the attack."
Tl I i.lverlty of Clili ag.po.e,.a,
the nirrliynrbut frncn.ent of the g(
11 of Mark. f,ihd ten years ago.
which dle ,Hrk lo ,h, nf,h ceury
It h sN.i the flrat Greek New Testa
wen. Kv, ,0 ,he Worl(, mun1
ErnsmuH It. 5in: .,. tUt Br)lt on
Prlnteit. the Complutenslao Polyglot
which came from a Spanish pres. In
lull, dut waa Mippresscd until 1521.
A Lsgsl Opinion.
It was at a re,e.tl. and the Indy.
who had been reading up on health
culture mistook Uwyer Wlllln,,,, for
"la It better." alia m.y-A . .
Jeftr 00 ri,,nt or tb
..""'?r,nL?P"M ,h ta"W "''one
! Ah lha alal.a .u. .
r.Kui ame it orten Isn't nec-
slne. 'i.'-Bihces. Maga
n . "Mr '0h.
rapa. anW .m, n
It you any a Ion a hN. . . 7
ahort nrsverr- " u,, '
"Betauae you are not old enough to
arn a Ions urat-.. n . .
Piled. "wo.- be re
"Oh." a.M .v
L ,u" fellow "l
"ought It waa 'caune w. "T,'
noqghtobe.. JtTl ! """" b'
CblcagoNews. " 700 ,r- "
Ibcnmbency: n.rrM srtu thei',
H.m la ,C,hl"
aritb . '""H'' f aalt to fry
without nrevinn. . k " rry
allcee in n "n,Mon "t the
MaS l! " H the.
soak -7.k . " 0T tbp to
then fry ZTj tW'
Wbea a LJ 't-
with cola wttJr ni!t't
of OREGON laTTY , OREGON
Opesj fraea t A. M. bj (
Car. Vaughn and Twenty raw,)
August 1. t . 4. 5. 1
Oames Sagln Waekdaya atlat
aungaya, ;u p, a,
LADIES' DAY PSIDAV.
Doys (Jodef It Free to
MbuUlerainlaThrnMi r ,
avwioa Martolue write) i
Til IIW I0MI .tWIII MACIIU IC.
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VV. L. MARSHALL.
ISO Morrison at PortfaW,
Buy a Home
While Paying Red
1100 down and $12 a aae
lakea Ibis comfortable lx-fas
bouas and lot House U W .
for electricity. Lot IU1N M
Some fruit on place. Wall
rated oa Madison St.
A anap at TMV,
L P. Elliott and
7th and Mala 8ts.. by lsnm
. a. 4- a
$10 REWARD J
For tbe arrest en coavkw
of any person or persona,
unlawfully remove copies of Tt
Morning - Enterprise- from
premises of aubscrlbar. af
paper has been placed taenl
THE MORNING ENTEHPH
Is on aals at tbe following
Huntley Dros. Dru0
J. W. MeAnulty Clgan
Seventh and Main.
. 8ecret Confectionary .
Mala near Sixth.
M. E. Dunn Confectlooanf
Next door to P. 0.
City Drug Store ,
Walter Little ConfeclloaeT;
. 614 Seventh Street
M. Volkmar Drug!
seventh near Center. -Schoenborn
Seventh and .T. Q Adama
w w a W e a a e e
ENTERTAIN TEACHI j
J. E. Calavan, of MapU Lana,
Pleaaant Surprise. .
The eighth grade graduatlni "
of Maple Lana chartered bl
and dro. In ..4 thalf eWS
Calavan, at bis home 1
street, a very pleaaant
. . - . ... mi I
neiresnments, consis'ini - ,
cream, cake and watermelon, tv
d by the class, were served.
and music ware the' features P
Those present were Mr. D0 '
J- B. Calavan. Miss Bm ,Pt
Misi pearl Heater, Miss "hlr"
low, Miss Ruth Psier, Ml-J.
flr)imMi ui .,i. oarkar.
j. R. rilin.il Ul.. vmms DT
Erma BrhmMt uiu ffmma C9
Oaorge Derrick. Merle Si"1
Mra. c. W. Swallod, chaperon. (
K bAIGHT RUNNING
Read the Morning tttsrvrt-