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CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
Aug. 6 In Amencan History.
1780-Battle of Hanging Kt.k. 8. Cl
Andrew Jackaon. then a boy, par-
. Udpated. !
1S0O First execution by electricity at !
Anborn (N. Y.I prison. '
1884 Austin Blair. Michigan's last j
-war governor." died; born 1819.
190o-Ueneral Roy Stone, noted civil j
war veteran wbo commanded the i
' Pennsylvania "Bucktsll" brigade '
and a distinguished engineer on
public works, died: born 1831
(From noon today to uooii tomorrow !
Sun aeta 7300. rises 4S: moon sets 3
a. m.; moon farthest south and lowest;
planet Mercury visible setting after
THE CAPITAL HIGHWAY.
Forty Oregon City men went to
Salem Thursday to persuade the Cap
ital Highway Commission to select
the eaat aide of the Willamette River
aa the route to be traversed by the
boulevard between Salem and Port
land. ' When' they reached Salem,
they found that the Governor and the
members of the Commission had In
vited them to the Capitol to stiffen
j the general backbone of the project
The Oregon City delegation had a
-good time, and boosted as hard aa
anybody else, but they were disap
pointed at the attitude of the Cora
mission. The highway will not be
located on the east aide of the Willa
mette, nor will it be located on the
o.-Mt .m tt th. mmmiuinn nn.
doubtedly plana to arouse the
thusiasm of the residents of the
counties between Portland and Salem
to a point where public sentiment
, . . . . ...
will be atrong enough to Justify the
construction' of highways on both
sides of ,tfce river.
Thls lftl WH d good- We have
no objjrJon to the west aide high
way. If we get it aa well. But Clack
. amaa county should push ahead Im
mediately and get to work with some
thing tangible to offer the Commls
ion for Governor Wert haa Intimated
strongly that 150 convicts will be
turned over to the community that
first algnlDea Its intention of spend
ing some money to build the high
way. wee) -
There will be something new to
laugh at If the Nebraska Democrats
should denounce Bryan for bolting
Dahlman and Indorse Harmon for
l Present Day Tendency t
For Lavishness a
I Menace to
HS surely as death, with its impartial footsteps, approaches the '
doors of palatial abodes and cottages of the poor, so will
. the corrupting spirit of LAVISH DISPLAY drag iu
WITHERING trail over everr home in the land.
THE PENALTY MU$T BE PAID, AND THAT PENALTY IS THE
ONE DUE FROM FOLLY TO A DISEASED FALSE PRIDE. AS A '
MAN MUST OIE WHEN HIS ARTERIES HAVE LIVED OUT THEIR
DAY. SO A NATION CANNOT FLOURISH JN A HEALTHFUL STATE
LONGER THAN THE IDEALS THAT MADE IT GREAT.
Iliatorj does not record anything surpassing the sudden and in- ;
tensely bacchanalian revel of extravagance and show into which our j
simple and serious people have been SWFIT lv the abnormal growth
of tremendous fortunes and estates to the DETRIMENT of our j
frarost and beat ideals. These grotesque performances invite our
PITT rather more than a feeling
The most serious and corrupting
of our great millionaires, still professing admiration for our rcpub- j
lican institutions, to shine in splendor as great noblemen in foreign
courts. . In their endeavor to pave the way for such royal status the
world has been profoundly AMUSED at the expense of this nation
by the so called system of "international marriages," ofttimes secured
ty purchase in return for high sounding titles accidentally held by
THIN BLOODED noblemen. ; - .: " .
"" " REFORMERS.
w Every true reform carries with It
the element of personal sacrifice. "He
tared others, himself be cannot
save," la an old and true saying.
Joan D'Arc, the sweet maid of Or
leans, attending her fat her a flocks
la the peaceful, valley, heard the
whtspertnga of the angela calling her
to the eventual sacrifice. Anna Hutch
inson waa banished because ah told
: the people that alckaeea waa the re-
ault of wrong IWIng or accident, and
. mmm a -mmnlfotmtlnn of tha wrath
of God. and the cure was by getting
In harmony with the law Nature. .
She thought Nature and God were
one. one waa t reading; on very mm man w as iuikubwihwui u
theological tee. and the clergy ban-! Sr department Hela n " Per
ished her. aa they had Roger Wll-1 'J mM-f0 m ...Pf
,. ,k! a , to the present position because of his
speech In America. Mary Dyer was
hanged on Boston Common, a martyr
to the cauae of free apeech by "0-
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men. it waa-against the ecclesiastic
law for a woman to "preach." The
Purttans fled for freedom, and If
there were any In their midst thai
wanted the .privilege of disagreeing
with them. they. too. must flee.
A tew yeaxa ago. in the beginning
of the present revival of political
righteousness, a voice was heard
"crying in the wilderness." The voice
challenged the right of the money
Mnga to oppresa the children of the
All Pather. and humanity listened as
the voice of Henry George cried. "I
am for men!" and demanded a bet
ter Interpretation of the word of God.
In Charles Dickens we have a re
former of similar stamp. Very early
In life waa he cast upon the rocks
and suckled by the she-wolf, yet he
became the most popular author the
world haa ever known. Hfl waa g
writer for -the people, for that class
; for whose cause he was the life long
j champion, sacrificing himself at last
on the altar of activity that the great
'brotherhood of man might be uplift
I ed and benefited.
The break in the drought brought
with it. logically, a break in the price
of corn. There is a great deal more
in a shower than a laying of dust for
A TRIFLE GOSSIPY
A letter waa received Saturday
from one of the members of a party
of local hunters In the mountainous
regions of Southern Oregon, where
two more weeks . will be spent In
search of big game. The letter Is
dated August 3. and the name of the
camp Is "Camp Delight." The party,
which la composed of "Babe" Elliott.
T. P. Randall, J. J. Cooke. H. S.
Moody and Kent Moody, left here on
Tuesday evening. Upon reaching the
dent! nation the men at once set to
work In arranging the camp. Thomas
Randall, the ofifcial bed-maker, was
not long in preparing the beds, as
the members of the party were a
tired lot when they arrived at camp.
Mr. Randall haa already established
his reputation, and the members of
the party have engaged him to fill
the same position on every Jaunt
T. J. -Cooke who ta "cook and bottle
washer" of the camp, and the packer,
arrived in camp at 10 o'clock. After
reaching camp some of "Rookies'
best malt waa partaken of. and to aay
that this waa not refreshing does not
express It. All were enjoying the
best of health, except Kent Moody,
who waa suffering from a severe
neadache, but he haa recovered, and
! Is one of the most enthusiastic bun
! ters in the crowd.
TJ V. l EMU.. 1.1. W
1 nmirc E.I1IUII, IliUWUKU
man. baa a horror of snake bites, and
' never travela In the mountains unless
he la "armed." While passing along
trail which waa unusually rough.
Elliott fell, and losing the contesnta
j of the ,oalu, bUe Me. waa one of
. the saddest looking men in camp af
ter nia arrival mere. The men paci
fied him. however, by producing a
new supply, so now he feels at eaae
In hunting through any of the rough
country where huge snakes abound.
"After reaching Goldendale on our
way here, we made the remainder
of the distance by burrow, there be-
I Ing eight of them to carry us, our
I provisions and blankets." saya the
I writer. "Cooke looked great on a
donkey. His feet dragged on the
I ground, and it will be necessary for
, him to send home for mora shoes.
provided he repeats this feat. To see
him would make a clown In Rlngling
Brothers' circus envious with leal-
The party will leive for their
homes in this city two weeka from
Sunday. Already they have enjoyed
some venison. A fine camp has been
rstabllshed. and there is no doubt
they will have a good time.
the Nation t
HENRY of Texas
aspect of the times is the tendency
MORNING ENTERPRISE, SUNDAY. AUGUST 6.
II. P. CHAPMAII GETS
M. P. Chapman, of this city, who
has been employed by the O. V. P.
Company In Portland, for about all
years, haa been promoted to assis
tant auperlntendent of construction
of the company.
Mr. Chapman will still make his
home In this city. He Is well known
here, and was formerly a member of
the Oregon City Council,
nf nr. rv
..,. lh no-mon with the a W.
in Portland. Mr. map-
MYRTLE EWELL AIID
OTTO ECKERT WED
Miss Myrtle Ewell. of Ellrabeth
town. 111., and Otto Eckert. of West
Oregon City, were married Saturday
morning at 10 o'clock at the St. Paul'a
Episcopal church, the Rev. C. W. Rob
inaon. rector, officiating, the wit
nesses being Mrs. W. H. Godfrey and
Thomas Hage. The bride waa very
pretty in a gown of white silk messa
line. She carried a ahower bouquet
of pink LaFrance rosea. The Impres
sive ring ceremony waa used. Im
mediately after the ceremony Mr. and
Mrs. Eckert left for the home of Mr.
and Mrs. O. F. Hegdale. where a
wedding breakfast waa served. The
table was prettily decorated with
sweet peas and nasturtiuma. These
flowers were) used In profusion In the
The bride la a daughter of Mrs.
Blanche Dutton. of Eliiabethtown,
111., and arrived here on Friday eve
ning. She ta an accomplished and
highly esteemed young woman. The
bridegroom came to Oregon City
from Illinois In April He haa a farm
of 160 acres In Dakota, but expects
to dispose of this and buy In Clacka
HIDES (Buying Green bides, Sc
to 6c; Batters, 54c to 64c; dry hides;
12C to 14c. Shtep pelts, 25c to 75c
DRIED FRUITS Local prlcea are
firm at from 8c to 10c on applea aad
prunes, peaches are 19c.
SALT Selling 50c to 90c tor-line.
SO lb. aack. half ground 40c; T5 for
100 lb. aacka.
Portland Vegetable Markets.
SACK VEGETABLES Canvia,
S1.25$1.50 per sack; parsnips. 11.25
6t 50; turnips, I1.25QS1.S0; beeta,
VEGETABLES Asparagus. 90c6
J1.75 per crate; eabbage. jew, J2 per
hundicdwelght; cauliflower, $L03
1.TS r dozen; celery, California, 75c
Q0c per duxen; cucumbers, 11.500
t2 15 per dozen; eggplant. 15c per lb.;
garlic, UcfJ12c per pound; lettuce.
Mc per dozen; hothouse, lettuce, $1.50
6S2 per box; peas. 9cQllc per
nrimd; peppers, 30c 6 35c pr pound;
radishes, 15c per dozen; rhubarb. 14c
93c per pound; sprouts, 9c; tomatoes.
ONIONS Jobbing prices: Oregon
$2 75 per 100: Australian, $3 50 per
100; Texas, $125 per crste- O'lfor
nia. $2 rr crate
. Oregon City 8tock Quotations.
HOGS Hogs are quoted 4 V.wer
From 125 Iba. to 150 Iba. 9'4c, from
150 Iba. to 200 Iba. 8 He
BACON. LAKH ai-d HAM. are Arm
VFL CALVES Veal carves orlng
from e to ioc according in grade.
BEEF 8TEERS 1el .teen for
the local markets are fetching IHe to
8Hc live a-eicM.
SHEEP tue Ortta at 4C to 5e lire
Quotattena far gregen City,
POTATOES Beat, Buying lj cents
F!)UR AND FEED-Flour is
steady, selling from $5 to 15 30; very
little of cheaper grades.
OATS (Buyng) Gray, $23 to $24,
white, from $25 to $26.
BITTTSR (Buying) Ordinary
ccuatry brings from 15c to 20c,
j fancv dairy from 20r to 22?. cream-
r . ta Kc
EGGS Beat grade 25 cents.
POULTRY (Buying Firm with lit
tie good stock offered. Good bens arc
bringing 12c. Old roosters are In poor
demand, broilers bring from 16c to 18c,
with good demand.
WOOL (Buv.'ig") Vool prlcea are
ranging from 14 to 17 cent a.
FEED Shorts $29 to $30; rolled
liarley, $31.50 to $32.50: process bar
ley. $33.00; whole corn, $39.00:
crarked corn. $40.00: wheat $32.00
to $33: oil meal. $53; Shad- Brook
dairy feed, $1.25 per hundred pounds.'
HAT (Buytog.1 Tlmcthy $18 to
$17; clover $9 to $10: oat hay, best,
112: mixed. $10 to $12; alfalfa, fit to
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name of the candidate 70a wish to vote for, will oa coup tad aa one
Name of candidate '.
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Wants, For Sale, Etc
Mottoes dor these ctaavtftea'
in k in4iod at oaa aval a a
kni& half a eaat addilloaal
ttaaa. Oat tach eard. II ear atlb
Inch eard. aaa si pa' "0,,"
Caah mux aoneaapeav ardar anka em
baa aa oaaa accouat with Iba paer- N
flaaaolal raaiMmatblUty tot arrure; wkari
arrora aeear fraa eatwtrd ae4la will b
prtated lor patrwa. Mlnimuaa shares laa
WANTED Collectors p see my col
lection of all aorts of curioa. an
tlquea, and Indian trinkets: stamps
tor stamp, collectors; coins for
numismatists, arrow beads for arch
eologlsts, etc I buy and aell all
aorta of curioa; also all kinds of
secondhand furniture and toola.
George Young. Msln. near Fifth
street. . .
nyavf adrtlsementa for
this eol'tmn. pnees ery reaaoa
able. tWe rated at head of oinae.
Read the Morning rtnterprtae.
WANTED You to know that tha En
terprtsa Job printing department ta
tha moat complete la tne State,
outside Portland. Try It for your
WANTED Poaltlon by stenographer
Phone 1414. city.
i poR 8 ALE One 8outhwick hay press;
one 10-horae power r"1ns engine.
$1400.00 outfit for lea than half.
Will aell or trade. Addresa Enter
FOR SALE Good two-seated spring
wagon. $35: Iowa dairy separator,
Mattley, 1010 Seventh street. Ore
FOR SALE At half value, easy
monthly payments, store building
- on Main and Ninth: S years" leaae;
atore for Tent or will divide. Cut
price for some months. See Flrat
FOR SALE 8 pace in this comma
Sell that old plow or barrow; yon
dont uae It alnce you purchaaed
vottr new one.'
LOST Red wallet, containing letters
and papers. Reward for return to
Henry iJtrsen, 1W J Q Adams
street. Oregon City.
FARM LOANS Dlmlck Dlmlck.
Lawyers, Oregon City, Or.
O. D EBY. Attorney-at-lAw. Money
loaned, a hatract s furnished, land
titles examined, estates aettled. go
era I law buslne. rwr. Rank
(T'REN SCHUBTBICL,' Attomeye-at
I .aw, Dautacaer Advokat. will prac
tice) la all cotirte. mane collection
and aettlementa. Office In Enter
prlae Bldgu Oracqa Cltv. Oregon
BUILDER AND COsiACTOSl
HARRY JONES Builder and General
Contractor. Estimates cheerfullr
aiven on all claeaea of building
work, concrete walke ana relBfnrcec
roacretd. Kea. Phone) Mala III
t H. COOPER. F Flha Insursnet
and Real Estate. Let na handle
your properties we buy. sell and
exchange. Ofrtre In rnerprt
Rldg Oregon City. Oregon
Notice of Application far Vacation of
NOTICE la hereby given that the un
dersigned petitioners have petition
ed the City Council of Oregon City
to reduce the width of the Alley in
Block 66. of-Oregon City. Oregon,
from 26 feet wide to 10 feet wide
and that said matter will be heard
and determined at a special meet
Ina- i: - Council to he held at
the Council chamber, la Oregon City,
Oregjb. im tae 10th day of August,
1911. at the hour of 8 p. m. of
Dated. July 11th, 1911.
ALMA C BROWN ELL.
C. G. HUNTLEY,
H. L. PATTERSON.
Partition Suit Filed.
Edwin M. Morris haa Bled a parti
tion suit against John B. Jackson
and a large number of 'other defen
dants, for the partition and sale of
79.70 acres of land In ' the France
Johnson donation land claim. Three
of the defendants have as little aa
one-third of one-flfty-eightha Interests
In the property.
Patronize our advertisers.
HUSBA KDSAYS YIFE
AND BOARDER ELOPED
Frank Lavlgne, of Fifteenth and
Waahinaton at reels, employed by the
O. W. P., haa complained to Chief
of Police) 8baw that his wife baa
eloped to 8dttle. with Mack lloman.
who 'boarded, at their home. II says
that they left hla home night before
last, and went to Portland over tha
Southern Pacific. Chief Shaw learn
ed that the couple had checked two
trunks at the station on the night
of their departure. Before) going
they are alleged to have attended a
picture ahow together. Lavlgne aald
that sometime ago his wife auggeat
ed that all their boarders be told to
leave except Homan. Ilia wife, he
asserts, waa very attentive to the
boarder. He aayi that he always gsve
her his money, and that aha had a
deposit n a local bank. Lavlgne
round that the deposit had been
transferred recently and .he thinks
that hla wife took all the money with
her. He consulted George C. Brow
nell In regard to obtaining a divorce.
REV. FERRIS ACCEPTS
Rev. A. Frank Ferris, of Condon.
Gillian county, Or., will be the new
nasVor of the First- Congregational
church of Oregon City, to succeed
the Rev. William M. Proctor, wbo re
signed a few months ago to go to
Forest Grove and become a member
nf th faeulty of the Pacific t'nlrer-
The pulpit committee of the Con
gregational church haa been looking
tor a successor to Mr. Proctor for
some time. Mr. Ferrla preached here
laat Sunday . a week , ago. and. also
on the previous Sunday and hla ap
pearance and hla sermons were so
pleasing to hla auditors that he was
given a call. Colonel Charles H. Dye
received Mr. Ferris' letter of accep
tance laat Friday.
Mr. Ferrla la married, but haa no
children. He haa been very success
ful In the ministry In Eastern Ore
gon. VAurlng August the pulpit of
tfce Congregational church will be
occupied by the Rev. E. 8. Bollinger,
pastor of the Highland Congregation
al church of Portland. Mr. Bollinger
waa formerly pastor of the Oregon
City, church. There will be no eve
ning services In the Congregational
church in August, on account of the
union rtr vices In the city park.
AMONG Tflc efiURCHEi
First Baptist Corner Main and Math
streets. Rev. 8. A. Hayworth. paa-
. tor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:41
p. m. Sunday School at 10 a. aa.
ft. E. Cross, auperlntendent. Chrla-
lion Endeavor at e:4S p. m. The
paator being away on hla vacation,
Rev. Mr. Parker, state missionary,
wiir preach at 11 a. m. Evening
service in union with the other
churches In the city park. Seventh
and Adams streets.
Catholic Cor. -erater and Tenth 8ta
Rev. A. HUlebrand pastor, res. 911
Water; Low Mass I a. m., with ser
mon; High Mass 10:30 a. m.; af
ternoon service at 4 ; Masa every
morning at -
First Congregational Church. Morn
ing service at 10:30 o'clock. Eve
ning aervlce at 7:45 o'clock. Rev.
E. S. Bollinger will preach at morn
ing aervlce. Subject. "The Ada
mnt and Fragrance of the Master's
Christ B. Lutnersn or. ElgMn ond J.
g Adams streaia. I'.ev. P. ' Srh.indi
paator. rva. SOS J. Q Adan.; M a
t.tt a. m ; preaching afternoons of f rsi
aad third Sundays at t I la EnalUh.
other Sunday aervlees atoralnas a IS 4
with preaching In Oermaa.
Flret Church of Christ. gclentleL
Ninth and Center streets. Morning
service at 11 o'clock. Subject,
"Spirit" Wednesday evening meet
ing at 8 o'clock. Reading room op
en every afternoon except Sunday
, from 3 to 4 o'clock.
Oermaa SvanllcalOor. Eighth and
Madison streets. Kav. V. Wlevrrlcs pan
lur. rs. TlMadlson: 8. 8. IS a. m.,
Ilermaa 8erikdr. Monroe street, supt-;
mnin ns service II. yocng panplr ai 1
. m an prearh'na at S n m. Prayer
vtasilag Wednesday at t :SS a. av
Gladstone Christian Rev. A. H. Mul-
key, paator, res. Olsdstone. Son -
aay acnooi iv l m , n. u. tienancaa,
supterintendent. Morning aervlce,
11 o clock. Brotherhood services at
Mountain View Union (Cong.) 8. 8.
3 p. m., Mrs. J. H. Qulnn. supt.;
Bible Study every Thursday after
noon. E. C. Dye will preach at 7:30
o clock in tne evening.
MethodistMain street cor. Seventh,
Rev. E. F. Zimmerman pastor, res.
cor. 8lth and Washington; 8. 8
9.45 a. ox, C. A. Williams. Glad
stone, supt.; morning aervlce 10:45,
BtiDject, 'xnristian Perfection
Junior League at 3 p. m. The eve
ning aervlce will be held In the city
park, In union 'with the other
ennrcbes or the city. Rev. James
Moore, of Salem, will preach at ser
vice at 7 p. m.
Presbyterian Seventh atreet cor. Jef
ferson. Rev. J. R. Landsborough,
paator. Rea. 710 Jefferson; 8. 8. 10
a, m.. M;a. W. C. Green, rupt.; morn
ing service 11 a. m. Y. P. S. C. E.,
7. leader, Ambrose Brownell; eve
ning worship, 7:45.
aarkplaca Cenar ausniial Res. J. L.
Jones pastor, res. 'luckamu: 8. 8. la
a. m.. Emery French supt.; preaching
wteee each Sunday, alternating w
twsen It a. m. and J IS p. m it, m.
Man Endeavor Thursday evening ;:
P- av ...
St Paul'a Rev. c. W. Robinson, rec
tor, uauy services: Morning pray
er, 7 a. m.; Holy Eucharist, 7:80 a.
m., evening prayer, 7:30 p. m. Sua-:
nay services: Holy Eucharist 3 a.
m.; morning prayer. 10:30 a. m.;
Holy Eucharist and sermon, 11 a.
m.; evening prayer and sermon,
7:30 p. m.; S. S.. 13 m.: Thursdsy
evenlngv. sermon at 7:30 o'clock
UnKaS esthrsn Cor. Klghtn mni Tayw
- i OarSe oa-ior. ere. port I n't
, - a m. Frank P-.rser, Marl,
Kane, supt ; morning serrice 11 V p
C a a m Miu -
Wlltamm at. C Ko resular i.e. a. hint
Zlon Lutheran Corner Jefferson and
B.iguin atreets. Rev. W. R. Kraiber
ger pastor, residence 720 Jefferson
Sundsy school t.30 a. m.. Rev.
Kraiberger. superintendent Morn
ing aervlce 10:30. Evening 7:4$
Lather League 7 p. m
West Oregon City School House
services conducted by J. o. SMata
. followed by Sundiy
Vu have noticed that those whs ft shssd.ln ths world 1
oeneraMy those who are good rnagers-he have lea.-ned ts l
M VuS-slE""!. werld ever that the bsst y t. tak, Mf, t
oas-s income and have a growing hslsnoe k aese.aT
There aKe Just as many reasons why YOU should have aa Z
count at this bank aa there are why any el eur hundred. f
Had depositors should.
Come In sad let us tall thsrn to you.
The Bank of Oregon City
OLDEST BAIfX IN THE COUNTY
D 0 LATOt'KrrTE Pra-ideot f- J MCT,tH- C
THE FIRST NATIONAL BAK;
of OREGON CITY r OREGON
i.4hUtu a t. s Haea-ns aaleeea
LURE PREY WITH SONG
A hunting party, composed of Clay
ton White, Nine Uuig. I'cte Long,
Dick tng. Frel Freeman. Ilea Cole.
Louis Hinlth, will leave this morning
for Table Rock., where aevvral weeka
ill be apeut In hunting big game.
There (a no doubt there IU be plen
ty of deer meat, bear meat, and all
Kinds or meat brought to ramp by
ihi.iM hunters, aa several 111 the Darty
are noted shuts. Clayton White, who
has the reputation tr baring auieu
at leant one deer, will no doubt be
lie lif lite siirelul weml'ers ui tne
party. Nine Ixing. Pete Ung. Fred
Freeman and Louis Hmlth. the Cane
mah quartet, who estalllhed an en
viable reputation as song birds In
thla city, will no doubt lure the wild
animate to their doom by their aonga.
Itea Cole, the surveyor, has been en
gaged to make the trails through the
woods, lilrk" Ung. the noted chief
of Canemah. has beeu engaged to act
as superintendent of the culinary de
partment. Thla poaltlon lng will no
doubt nil to perfection. There will
be plenty of hardtack, spuds and ba
con taken along, and It wilt be up
to the boys to furnish the meat. A
Ion of ammunition haa been supplied,
so-there will be no exruae for the
party not bringing their friends vetil
son. ' .
NEW MT. PLEASANT
At a meeting of the Mount Pleaa
ant school board held on-Thursday
a teacher was elected to have charge
of the new room that will be added
to the echoothotiae before the open
ing of the school term In the fell.
Mlas llowctt, of Portland, will have
charge of the room. The other teach
ers, who were recently elected by
the board, are Miss Grace and Mlaa
Bids for enlarging the building, for
new floors, the Installing of folding
doors In the auditorium, and a gen
eral overhauling of the Interior of the
building were received Saturday.
KNAPP BUYS WELLS'
Walter Wells, who haa been a
member of the firm of the Jones
Drug Company has sold his Interest
to John Knspp, son of the late AI
bert Knspp. of thla city. Mr. Wells
haa been In business In Oregon City
tor the past two and one half years,
being a graduate of the pharmacy
department of the Oregon Agricul
tural College, the aame as his suc
cessor, Mr. Knspn. While In busi
ness here he haa made many friends.
Mr. Wells haa not yet decided upon a
location, but It Is probable that he
and hla wife will take tip their resi
dence I" some other city.
Mr. Knspp Is well known end
highly esteemed In this city, and has
experience with several larae
PARR START TODAY
The union service of the Protes
tant cntircnea for the summer will
oe inaugurated thla evening In City
Park, 8eventh and Adams street. 8er
vlcea will be held In the churches In
the morning aa usual, but at 7 o'clock
tonight tne members of the various
denominations- will guttler In the
park. The Rev. James Moore, of Sa
lem, will conduct the services. It
haa been the custom for several years
for the eongregatlonH to unit in at.
tending evening aervires In the sum
MINSTRELS ARE COMING.
Richard, A Pelnqle's Famous Caarnla
W.... u. ... ...
""i" nrs msai eaturday.
The rnerrv, merrv mlntr.i. '
coming to town!
Not one of thosa eti n. i
nlyht organisation rlimi' ....
and irWIng little, hnt the old reliable '
" nirnrna a PrlneU'. ...
Georgia Minstrels: the one your fath-
1. pln1ll,,. n la fnther berore
f'' " '. Is their custom
they bring you a show replete with
atm?.lW?" .'nd r Kin
m -ZL H fu? ,0"n'n. ssslated
lnterlr rn.,her mk' funmrs of
International reputation. There I.
shoral of twenty, sn orchestra of
iTrnl! !Jd vua'''"' nroaram un-m..T'-
T,b "'""V or.
neclsllv for thla comnsnv. The rt-.
J ' .""r r"T rtromntlv s l
i - V - Wmnson
..II " "7 .wl" T
Tt ' of this company, ar,
Sunday, August 10.
ObON Iran A. M u ,
RtCMIATION PARK, !
Car. Vaughn and Twenty.feura
August 1, t, s, 4. ft, .
Oamao ogle Weekdays at I r(
gundaya, :M p. m.
LADIKg' DAY FMIOAY
Doys U"def 11 Free to 01m
K J.IGHT RUNNING
If ran want either a VlhisMnt Shuttle, R
PnutlniMr a eioels thread "
tvatiig Marhlee wriurm
Til ItW NOMt IIWIII MaCllst etc.
M m vHf m ! rm mm4 twU tnet
fcui taa s w llaaae i -it a
ihm uaraatr ae( rat ui
814 by aalbarlsed aWalera as
W. U MARSHALL.
350 Morrison St PertlaM
Buy a Home
While Paying IW
100 down and 13 a moJ
takes this comfortable alx ro.j
house and lot. House la wlr;
for electricity. Lot 2xl0i ret
Some frolt oa place. Well I
rated on Madison St. tUP
A snap at t"
E. P. Elliott and Sc
7th and Mala Sta., by Susps
sloa Bridge. 1
110 REWARD I
For the arrest an convicts
of any person or persons, wt
unlawfully remove copies of T.
Morning Enterprise from t
premises of subscribers aft
PPer haa been placed there I
THt MORNINA B-MTSaPRlK
Is on ssle at the following stots
every day: '
Huntlsy Bros. Drug 1
' Mala Street.
J. W. McAnulty Cigars 1
w i Seventh r and - Main. '
Secrest Confectionery , 1
Mala near 8lxth, ,
M. B. Duna Confectionery 1
Next door to P. O.
City Dreg store
8rhnen bom Confectionery '
Seventh apd .t. Q. Adam. ,
The Hens Know.
Correct Chicltt:n Foc.J
Makes tli?.s Liy
Baby Chit OHt, Mat Mi't
Beef Scrape and Oat Croats f
Dealers In Wool, Flour, U1
Oram, Feed, Cost, Bslt, Bug"
11TH AND MAIN BTS,
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Ing EiterprlaeT If not you should
snd let us put your name on '
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