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CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
Aug. 4 In American History.
1781 Isaac UayiM. American patriot.
turn rd at Charleston by tb Bill
tab: bora 1743.
1880 Samuel Jones TUdea. Democrat
te candidate for president la 1870,
. . died; bom 1814.
1910-Senator Gore told a engrsi.n
al committee that bribe bad been
' offered to bin tn connection with
Indian land contract. . ,.
(From noon today to noon, tomorrow.)
San . 7.-06. rlaea 4M; moon aeta
1220 a. m.: 9 a. n, moon at apogee,
fartbeat from earth. 3(11.800 mllea.
Tba factoriea are tba Ufa of oar
f ltlea. The mora factoriea we hare,
tba mora people are employed, and
greater becomes tba prosperity not
. only of tba cities, bat of tba rural dis
tricts, for tba factory supported cities
mast depend upon tba agricultural di
trlcta for their food supplies, and
largely for their raw product. , Tba
borne manufacturer depend, upon tba
people and tba people depend upon
tba boma manufacturer.
" Tba consistent support of boma in
dustries and tba persistent demand
for "Made In Oregon" goods means In
creased pay-rolls, which, in tarn will
' ba to tba advantage of tba fanner and
all other producers of tba necessities
of Hf ;
. Rev. Mr. Aked hasten to deny that
ha ha called New York "a cold city."
No doubt tha denial baa been asked
for. . New York can stand anything
but a statement that there ia not a
hot time in the old town every night
Disc ensiona have already started in
tha Mexican cabinet It will require
lota of time and all the Intelligence of
the . Mexican leader to again bring
tba country to a condition of stability
such aa exiated prior to the overthrow
German bankers say of our cur
rency -system that "it sacrifices fluid
ity to security." This may be true of
banking, but In the stock of wall
auiciae ror Any
to Land Army Here
Bjr Count BENOIST D'AZY.
N case of a war between America and anv other (jower it would
firt In' iift onearv for the enemy to CKIPPLK OR ANNI
tlll.ATK ill'-' defending navy.
, ' After tbia UEMARKABLK FEAT wan accomplished,
, and we will assntno for the sake of hypothesis that the enemy has
progressed so far. then it would be next in strategic order for this
enemy to effit-t a landing at ome place on American ahorea.
. To attack the harbor fort with warships would lie UTTER FOL-
, LY, imbecilie in thj extreme, particularly if we asuuiiie,- as we must,
that the gm are such as they are supposed to be. although we may
not be disposed wholly to credit the oorHHionully printed stories of
firing twelve inchers twice in one minnte, which, if true, is certainly
, almost unbelievable. , .
. ' ' An enemy attacking America would naturally seek some unpro
tected spot for the landing of an army of Inrasion, the conquest of the
United States nary baring been completed.
? Although, owing to the tremendous enaxt line, such spots would
be numerous perhaps, what would lie the renlr of the landing of aa
' army of invasion on American soil t
, THERE CAN BE BUT ONE ANSWER. IT WOULD BE SUICIDE
FOR THE INVADERS. . .. -
( THE CONQUEST Of THE UNITED STATES COULO NOT BE AT.
TAINED IN MY OPINION.' 1BY INVASION ANY; 'ATTEMPT AT ' IN
VION COULD PI REPULSED BY A riGH'O ARMY. If RE.
watered corporations tha security la
often aacrlflced to tba fluidity.
e .i .1.
Tba Mayor or Shawnee. Oklfc, baa
appointed a woman and empowered
ber to destroy all liquor and bar fix
ture found In tha town, Sbe baa pro
cured a batchet and an official badge,
and now tha blind tiger abould look
to himself. Carrie Nation la not dead
nor even aleeplng.
' ' -
, Tha organisation of a Division of
tha Oregon Naval Militia at Oregon
City la an event that Is or Internal
to every clttsen, and every ona should
do all that .he can to boost the or-h
ganlxation! Tha need of a new Arm
ory will ba emphaaliedand every or
ganisation that baa any power tvdo
so, abould belp both branches of the
state militia in tba fight that will be
on for an appropriation to build one
A TRIFLE GOSSIPY
Mlsa Roberta Schuebel. daughter f
Mr. and Mrs. C. Schuebel. who, wUb
ber parents are touring CaVfornla lu
an automobile, baa written Elliot ft
Park another interesting letter, which
Monday. July 84. 1911.
We broke camp at 6 o'clock. The
road were very rocky and wa hai to
travel quite slowly. Among be towus
through which wa passed are Caatelia
After we left Delta we camp to a
barren country where for mllea ae
saw no human being. Tha billa were
covered with Mantanlta brushes and
there were very few trees.
At 4:30 p. m. we reached Reddins
where w remained ' until S o'clock
when we left for Red Bluff. Wa passed
through Anderson and Cottonwood
and we saw a great many Jack-rabbits
on tha road.
We reached Red Bluff at about 8
p. m where - wa remained for the
Tueaday, July 15. 1911.
We left Red Bluff at about 10 a. m.,
going through tba towns of -Tehama.
Corning, Orlanda and Willows.
, It was very warm warmer than it
had been before and wa remained at
Willows until 1:30 P. m-
During tha afternoon wa drove nine
miles without aeeing a house. The
grass waa dry and duaty and wa coulJ
aee for mllea over the barren prairie.
Wa , passed through Caluso, Ar
buckle. College City, Dunnigan.
Blacka, Tolo. and . soon arrived at
Woodland where' we remained for tha
PROOF READERS FOR
CITY MAKE NO CHARGE
Since tha publication ..f an article
in tbla paper in regard to tba mispell
Ing of street names on tne cement
sidewalks and since no proof-reader
ha been obtained by tba city, sev
eral of the prominent resident have
"got busy" and are read.nj proof wtcb
out charge. Tba city taua baa been
aaved a heavy expense. A resident
has Just called attention to how
Twelfth street baa ben spelled on
the cement walk on Main atreet
"Twelvethr la tha new wry and on
Main atreet may be aeti "Forth" !n
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Helea F. and Carl Joehnk to Dor
othy O. Meyers, lot 8 of block 155,
Oregon City; $1,100.
John and Annie Watrin to T. M.
Word, 80 acres of section 11, town
ship 2 south, range 5 east; $1,800.
Paul A. and Jennie Mignola to
Henry Schulu, 6 acres' of section 4.
township 3 south, rane 6 east; $200.
Ouy and Minnie Groaa to Fred and
Adolf Gross, 148 acres of sections 9
and 10, township 3 south, range 1
S. C. Fletcher to Alma M. Camp
bell, 5 acrea of section 32, township
4 south, rane 4 east; $10.
Delbert J. and Mary E. Hughes
to C. B. Gray and Nellie Gray, 16
acres of secton 23, 24, township 3
south, range 1 east; $10.
rtunacrlbe for the Daily Enterprise
rower to Atrerrmt i
Naval Attach of the French
' MOKNINO ENTEUPKISE. FKIDAY. AUOUST
BIG FRUIT SUPPLY
WHOLESALERS ARE HEAVY LOS
ERS AS RESULT OF
Such a glut as is at present shown
In tha fruit trade tn Portland baa not
been known there for many a season.
Mora money la being lost by whole
saler at tba present Uma than aver
before. While there' are a few line
where tha price la holding Intact, tha
general fruit trad Is demoralised.
Cantaloupe trade la so badjy mixed
that aalea are being made from $4 to
$2.25 a crate. Several large lota of
good "canta" have been moved at the
low level while most of the bulsness
tn email lota la around $1.75 to $1.00.
with extra fancy at $3.25.
Large lota of watermelon are be
ing moved at much less than coat
Most of the big business la around 75c
per hundred pounds and even the
small transactlona are around $1.
Peach market ia down again, owing
to more liberal offerings. Best Elber
tas are down to $1.25 and some fancy
good r thla variety "uav been sold
during the past 24 hours down to
$1.10. Ordinary early . varieties are
selling trora 80c to 90c aa a general
Bartlett pears that are ripe are be
ing sold as low at $8 a box, although
i h eenoral urica for oualltv remains
round $2.25 to $2.50.
HIDES (Buying Green hldea. 6c
to 6c; aaltera, 5 Vie to M,c; dry hides,
12c to 14c. Shtap pelts, 25c to 75c
DRIED FRUITS local price are
firm at from 8c to 10c on apple and
prunes. Heacbea are 19c.
SALT Selling 60o to 90c tor fine.
50 lb. aack. half ground 40c; 75 for
100 lb. aacka
Portland Veoetabl Market.
8ACK VEGETABLES Carrot,
$1.26G$1.50 per aack; parsnips, $1.25
fill. 50; turnips. $1.25$1.S0; beet.
VEGETABLES Asparaaus. 90cO
$1.75 per crate; eabbage, aew, $2 per
batid.cd weight; cauliflower. $L0O
$1.75 per docen; celery, California, 75c
T90c per dusen; cucumbers, $1,500
$2 25 per dosen; 'eggplant. 15c per lb.;
garlic, loc 12c per pound; lettuce.
60e per doxen; hothouM lettuce, $1.50
4113 per box; peas, 9"0 lie per
pound; peppers. 30c 35c pr pound:
radishes, 16e per don; rhubarb, 2Vk!
OSc per pound; aprouta. 9c; tomatoes.
ONIONS Jobbing prlce: Oregon
$2.75 per 100: Australian. $3.50 per
100; Texas. $2.25 per crater O"lfor
nla. $2 per crate 2.
Oregon City Stock Uuotatlona.
HOGS Hogs ar quoted He lower.
From 125 Iba. to 150 lbs. tr, from
150 lbs. to 200 lbs. me.
BACON. LARD and HAM. are Arm
VEAL CALVES Veal calves prion
from He to liie accordina to arade.
BEEF 8TEERS Beef -teem for
the local markets era fetching &Vic to
He live a-eignt
SHEEP nriu at c to 5e llv
Quotarton ror grcgen r;it).
POTATOES Beat, Buying ltt cents
FI)UR AND FEED--Flour Is
steady, selling from $6 to $5 30: very
little of cheaper grades.
OATS (Buyng) Gray, $23. to $24,
white, from $25 Jo $26.
BITTT5R (BBTMgj Ordinary
country brings front . 16 to 20c,
fancy dairy from 2V" to 22?. cream
ery 22c to 25C
EGGS Best grade 25 cents.
POULTRY (Buying Firm with lit
tie good atock offered. Good hen are
bringing 12c. Old roosters are In poor
demand, broiler bring from 16c to 18c.
with good demand.
WOOL (Bur.g1 rf'ool price are
ranging from 14 to 17 centa.
FEED Short $29 to $30; rolled
barley, $31.50 to $32.50: process bar
ley, $33.00; whole corn, $39.00;
cracked corn, $4000; wheat $32.00
to' $33: oil meal, $53; Shady Brook
dairy feed, $1.25 per hundred pounds.
HAY (Buying.) Tlmntby $16 to
$17 clover $9 to $10; oat hay, beat.
tl2; mixed, $10 to $12; alfalfa, $12 to
MRS. BOLLINGER ENTERTAINED.
Oregon City Woman Surprised on An
niversary of Birth,
Mr. E. 8. Bollinger, formerly of this
city, but now of Portland, who Is
camping with ber family on the banka
of the Clackamae river, waa taken by
surprise Thursday, her birthday, whan
about 35 of her friends of Portland
called on her. Mr. Bollinger receiv
ed several valuable present and
luncheon was served beneath the
large tree that overhang tha bank
of the-rtver. The guest departed for
their Portland homes on the 6 o'clock
Patronize our advertlaera.
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Wants, For Sale, Etc
Netloea aadar Uteae alaaelftad headeajre
wUI be lied at one oeot a "f .
Ineerttoa. half a sent addltloaa! yee
ttavae. oe mob ear. II r meal I. ha
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Caab. must aooumpaav order ank-e ant
hea aa open aeoount with the paper. N
rtaaaolal responsibility error; whani
errors ecour free, oerreeted aouoe
printed tor patron. Minimum eharea !
WANTED Collectors to sea my col
lection of all aorta or curloa, an
tiques, and Indian trinkets: stamps
for atamp collectors; colne for
numismatists, arrow-heada for arch-
. eologlsts, ate. I buy and aell all
aorta of curloa; Wo all klnda of
secondhand furniture and toola.
George Young. Main, near Fifth
WANTZ-oiuaii adertlaementa for
tbla ool'imn. PHoaa ery reason
able. See rata at head of rtttma
Read tha Morning rnterpriae.
WANTED You to know that tha En
terprlse Job printing department la
tba moat, complete In the State,
outalde -Portland. Try it for your
WANTED Poaitlon by experienced:
nurae, or aa companion for elderly
lady or housekeeper for small fam
ily. Inquire at Enterprise or tele
phone Main 2353.
WANTED Ona energetic man 01
at every' ablpplng point In Oregon
and Washington to represent tha
Farmers' Society of Equity. Liber
al remuneration assured. G. W. H.
and Harry Y. Miller, district organ
isers, Oregon City, Oregon.
FOR 8 ALE One Southwlrk hay press;
. ' one 10-hore power gasoline engine.
$1400.00 outfit for less than half.
Will aell or trade. Addreaa Enter
FOR SALE One riding pony, three
yeara old, for $30. Mr. F. D. Miller,
yOJ( SALE Good two-seated spring
-wagon, $35; Iowa dairy separator,
good as new, $37.50; new and used
sewing machines, $4 to $35. J. H.
Mattley.'lOlO Seventh treet, Ore
FOR SALE 8 pace tn this column
8all that old plow or harrow; yon
don't naa It since you purchased
your new ona.
FARM LOANS Dimlck 4k DlmlcK
Lawyers, Oregon City, Or.
O. D. EBY. Attomy-at-Law. Mono
loaned, abstract fumlahed. laat.
titles examined, aatatea settled, gas
era law bualnea. Over Baak at
U'REN A SCHUEBEL. Attoruays-ai
Law, Deutackar Advokat, will prao
ttes In all eourta, snake collactluat
and settlements. . Office in Euter
prise Pldg., Oracoa City, Oregon
BUILDER AND CCTaaCTOft
MARHT JONES Builder and Getter
Contractor. Estimates rbeeifutl
given on. all clssaaa of bnildlns
work, concrete walk ana reinforce
eoncret. Kea. Phone Mala, lit
E. H. COOPER, For Firs losursnet
and Real Estate. Let us handle
your properties e buy, sell and
exchange. Office ia Ea'erprlse
Rldg., Oregon City. Oregon.
All arrangements for tha ahlrt waist
danca to be given at the Bunch Hall
on Saturday night by John Buacb and
F. L. Hogg, have been completed, an l
It promise to be a most enjoyable af
fair. -The Farmer's orchestra of five
plecea of thla city, will furnish the
music for dancing. This excellent or
chestra will play tha 1ate.it music, ann
Mr. Farmer la always generous with
the encores, o there is no doubt thut
those attending will get all the danr
In they want for ono evoning. Thj
dancing party la not an invitational
affair, and there I to be a lurge crowd
attending. The floar committee w!t
be composed of John Hucch, Frank
Busch.AMIttlestad;. . F LHosg,
Otto Hogg and Ed war 1 Musch. The
veranda will be illuminated, and will
be one of the attractive spots for the
t"TKt between tho dances.
majority of Ball Tosseis last
kM Four Years In Majors,
PITCHERS ARE FIRST TO GO.
Wear and Tsar f Slab Duty Shorten
Their Time But Slaty-five Vtrn
Have Played In Big League Meet
.Than Eight Year.
Sy TOMMY CLARK.
One of the lawe of organised prtfr
slousl baseball provide thnt betwtfu
ltir M and Aua. 20 of each e'n
the alxteen cluba wbU-h comprise tin-
American and National h-ague" inn
carry but twenty-five pluyrra on tht-lr
rosters. This meun thut during Hie
three most luiortaut mouths of Uur
campaign 4UU player are maintain"!
on the salary llsta of the major Ion me
cluba. Of this number nearly one
alxth-slxty-five. to be exact-have leu
playing lu the two principal org:inln
tlon of the great "outdoor league
for elicut year and more.
When the rack and tear ou pliysluu)
and mental powt-re, by everyday cotir-
ninn rr T uioniiia-tiio actual
playing season-are takt-u tnio conn. dor
atlon thla la a large erceiilaia When
It ia also realised thnt each spring
some alt hundred odd ball player are
taken south for spring training by
these same sixteen cluba the percent
age grow proportionately.
It baa been said by those who have
mada a nrofeaalon of baseball for
years thst the average life of the pro
leaalonal - player in tne two major
leagues la four years. This rau readily
be understood when it 1 recalled bow
man athletes ara drafted or nurvba
ed by these clubs, taken south an
then fall to snow caliber enough
oust some sessoned veteran from li.
regular berth and are aent bark to the
Tbla naturally makes tb average
II f a nt the "hie- learner" a raniiiara-
tlvely short one. It ba another effect.
II casts greater oonor up"p in amy
flee nleeera arh( hare areathenHl lbs
- , . . -
efforts of youuger meaj to secure their
positions. It uaaea eigbt years, wdicd
at first-may appear Insignificant, a
long while to malutaln a high standard
of uaefui ability In what la one of the
most severe of all athletic profession
There la atlll another point of bouor
to the credit of the sixty five favor
ites who bav performed for right
years and mora. Baseball bus ad
vanced In s natural progression along
scientific lines. No longer ari the niau
agera looking for ability to bit the ball
bard and field well. They wuut more.
They must find tbl-s natural ability
possessed l.i conjunction with brslus
the ability to think quickly and act
with precision at psychological mo
menta. The fact that till so called
Inside" baseball la Ix-lng taught In
the schools of Instruction, the minor
lesgiic and the rollegea mnkea the
feat of the. veterans in keeping pnee
with the time all the more commend
Why bav these men succeeded In
so prolonging their sctlre careersT
The answer la condition. Capital train
ing snd the fact thnt the players have
maintained a regulnr mode of life dur
ing the "off sen son account for the
success of the sixty-five, according to
their own versions.
As a rule, pitchers are the first to
give way to the wear and tear. Yet
Matucwson of the Giant. M orders I
Browu of the Cnbe. Tatsy. Flaherty of
the Boston Nationals, "Img Tom"
nnghes of Washington. George Mul
tin and Rill Donovan of Ix-trolt, Ed
die Plonk end "Chief" Render of tb
Athletics, eimrlea Thllllppe of Pitts
bnrg. George Wiltee and Leon Ames
of the Olnnts.'not to forget Cy Young
of Olevelnnd. have wciithered the rav
ages of time and are In-.luded la the
Cy Young has Iwn pitching since
185)0. twenty-one years, and ba been
actively affiliated with, innlor league
bosebnli lonjrer thnn any other mnn
Mathewson hns lieen pitching since
1000. eleven years, and is still con
ceded to be the peer of then nil.
The following are the men who hnre
remained In the A merlon n and Na
tional leagues for elgl:t yenrs or more:
ainnts-Chrtstopher Mrlhrw.m, j0t, j
Mcflrnw. Inn Amea sni Cenr-.-f Wlllee
Hljchl :n1rs Charles rtnih:il
TVshln-ton James MeAI-er. Norman
Blberfe'rt.-WM Conroy. Trim ITUHiri and
Bt IauIs Browns Hobby Wsllsra Jack
Powell, Danny Hoffman.
St. Louis Cardinals-Rorer Presnafsn.
Chicago Cubs -Frank Chsnre; jmM
Bhaokard. John Eysrs. Joseph Tinker
Mordecsl Brown and Jack ff,ter
Chlcaao Whits Sot-Wllllom Ru'lllmn
James Callnhnn. Harry Whlta. Fred Par
ent and Pst Dougherty. .
ronton NMIonals-Fred enney. Jnhi.
Kllng and miey Flaherty.
Boston Rd Sox-Pat Donovan and Jaek
Phllsdelphla Natlonals-Oiarles Doo,n
lohn Titus, William Brsnsl.ld. PstTt":
ranJohn Lobert. Bob Ewlng ,d g,,,,
Philadelphia Athletics Connie Msek
Danny Murphr. Top,y 1UrUH
vls Eddl Plank and Chief Berder
il t'un'-rn Tommy Lrh
John Wngner and Ch.rle. Phllllpp
BmTeV BU' DhUn' H'rr" ""
ai"iC!""U"h '"""' Oaorg. Mullln
Bill Donovsn and Darey Jons "UII1B
Clareland James McOulu r
and Mapolaen Lajota 7
Queer Leaking Worms.
Now Zesiand. Australia, tho Bsmo
an and the Solomon tslanda. as well
aa portiona of the Hawaiian group,
aro tho home of various species of
worm with thick, heavy bod lea and
w,tb a well defined neck connecting
the body with a hend that is a star
tling reminder of that of the monkey
In the Hnudwlrb Islands they are call
ed me-ia.ti,.u(, wuUb means '"c-reciH.,
with ii child hend." An old New .en
land legend stir that at one time thev
were ..( immense 'l.ror.rtlns ni,,,
hi-eatcueu ii,h extinction of an tinmiu.
on the istamm
You have notiose wei invae m si ansae in tn
nenerslly tho whs are jood rnsnagers who hav lea.-a.7V
cars of thole looomoe,
It Is sontadod tho world ever thst the bast way to Uk, 1
on,', income and hove a Brewlna '" b.s,,
There are Jul as many roaaons why VOU should htf
count at thla bank as thore are why any of our hundrss, "
flsd depoaltoro ehould. ,
Come lt sad lot us tsll thorn te you. J
The Bank of Oregon City
OLDEST BARK IN THB COUNTY
r-t? t.4TOt'HTT pr-aMenl
THE FIRST NATIONAL BA!
of OREGON CITY , OREGON
i ,.iis (eeral tanking Buatneea
BIG CUT MALE LN TARKlfF ON COTTON
(Continued from page 1.)
the bill, although tho Kepubllcons at
tacked It vigorously ou account of al
ined Increase In certain Heme ovar
the ratea of the payue-Aldrtcb tariff
Lemon Oo On free List.
Scarcely had the cheer that greet
ed the essaao of the cotton revlalon
bill aubslded when Democratic Leader
Underwood, calling up tha rre list
mil It naasail the Senate a few
. ., .,,n af-NimllllMhei
UV OTIk, w ' -
move which urpria in nepuun
csns. . .
lie a-iked for a conference on all
the aim ndmenta to the Treo List illll.
except that of Benator Oronna, W
North liakota. putting omeut on tha
free Hit. . He urged thst the liouae
.crept that amendment add'ng to It
lemons. . '
Psciflt t'tat Republic is mad In
effectual attempta to atop thl' audden
end unexpected juttln -f lemana on
the frei llsL but the amendment t-av
The ihsnse gave the House Demo
crat ht they asser'ed to 'ba an
added . dvautaae In dealing with the
8ennte In the conferenci tomorrow, ...
Absent Members Called.
The llepubllcnr leaflet a In both
House , nt Congress called lr ibsent
e ember from all pa-ta of theeo.intry
tonight In preparation for a threaten
ed Mtempt of the Dmocrai to psa
ne wool tariff till, over ih Presldert
The Demorritlc leailera In the
House have asserted wjthln tb last
II hours thaUh.c have the necesaary
two-thirds ma.or'tv to pas 'b wool
bill over the President s veto. They
have been doing effective missionary
work lile Renal today.
NAVAL DIVISION FORMED TONIGHT
(Continued from page 1.)
Oregon City Division a well as to the
Portland, Astoria, and v'ooa flay Di
visions, and when In Portland all
member of the reserve will bo wel
come aboard. The official lance, oth
er entertainment, etc., will be held
on the cruiser..
The Oregon Clly Dlvlsius ba a
number of good atbletea and the Pott
landera and otbera will havo to look
their laurela when the aggregation
gets going full speed.
The Cruiser Itoston will leave Port
land harbor the morning of August 9,
her destination and movements b-lni
at the dlsplsal of Captain Reynolds.
That the cruiser will go to Astoria
and Coo Ilsy I assured and all will
have a fine trip on the ocean, those
who expect to go on the cruise should
plan to be ready next TuesJ iy eve
Well, alnt thla county paper, John
As full aa It can be
Of divorce cases, our, thlnka I,
nil p pose twas you and ma
A havln' trouble In the courts,
I'd hung my head In shame
To think wo wux such quarrelsome
An' you would do the same.
For if we sometimes disagree
Aa I guess moat folk do,
I don't want all the. world should
I N'ow honest, John, do youT
ii women simost every time
Whore wantln' to be free.
They veeeased to love John, Dick er
Just a the case may be.
It seem to me I'd feel so small
A wantln to be heard
In court, a telling of your sins,
While you said not a word
About my failln', how perhaps
I d driv' you to the wall,
A buyln high-priced hat an tnlnga
You couldn't 'ford at all
An' had I d wasted a they aay
A throwln' even more
Out of the window with a spoon
Than you packed thro' the door:
Because I never had been taught
To cook an' save an mend,
But that It wui a woman's right '
To gad nbout sn spend.
Ye. John, I know there are mnan
XL an r not lk ynu
J"..1' twoniB'i fo a curs
No matter what she'd do.
Id up an' leave a man llko that
As quickly ss could bo,
Birt not to marry some one else
You bet you I d stay free!
1 !S &".iL
If wo but pull together, dear.
An there's no ahtrkln boas:
BAMANTHA OF CLACKAMAS CO.
-eluding the Deo
When forced to travel ,rtght tht
"Iberian natiye. ml , " l "J
Sit If . d" ,0 "" Th-J ,
v.! a w P WD" It .a
jot dark .d w.ke, op , Hn hour JBJ
tha. he h"UK,.r,,n,n,t h" wl -nP-e
tha he h.. had a fU nlghr. rest ,nd
CAPITAL SoO.0OO.0o .
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B AS EBAI
Vaugha and Twenty
Au0uat 1, t, l,4,i
Games Begin Weekdays M
undsys, 2:10 P, t
LADIES DAY rRiB;
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tii iiw iomi itwiii minai
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(he) awetaatr aMt neea
Bale kg sMststartaed -"
W. L. MARSHALL
SM Morrison SL
Buy a Home
While Paying R
1 100 down and 112 a
takes tbl comfortable sIk
house sod loL House Isl
for electricity. Lot 61x101
8oma fruit on plaoa. Ws
cated on Mad I sou SL V
A anap at
E. P. Elliott and i
Tib and Main fits., by 8
slon Bridge. I
$10 REWARD J
' For tho arreat an con"
of anv parson or personx'
unlawfully remove cople s"
Moinlng Enterprise rrool
premises of subscribers
k paper bss been placed tb
- THE MORNING INTER
Ja tin anl at Jbo following '
Huntley Bros urup
J. w. MoAnulty Cli
Seventh and Main.
Main near Btxto.
M. E. DunnConfeclloK
Next door to P. 0. j
. City Drug Store
. Kleetrlo Hotel )
8enoon born Confection
Seventh and .V Q Ad
. ' The Hens Know.
Correct Chicken I
Makes Hens Uy
- Baby Chit Grit, M
Bf Scraps and Ost
Dsslsrs In Wool, riou', r
Grain, rood, Cost,
11TH AHQ MAIN IT
. . Mswreundtander.
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