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MORNING ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 9, 1911.
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CITY OFFICIAL NKWtPAPCR.
Aug. 9 In American History.
lTSO-rtaacfa Scott Key author; of
Tbe 8tar Spangled Banner." bora:
1814-War wttb. Cmk Indiana ended.
1905 Ftrat sesMoa of the Rum Japa
. aeae peace coaiereace bald at
sMisnvsuth. N. B.
lUO-Mayor William J. Gayaor at
Maw Tark waa shot by a dlarharr
. ad city employee. Mayor Gayaor
other forma of laaact Ma, aaora
oytavg tUa tba kovaaTDt f Ua ra
aoa that tbay aoaaatimra follow oaa
to bad at ttlfbt. It may ba tfua ttat
w ar to bava aa aarly talL 8oaaa
thlnca, much aaora early lafalllbta
tha croakara, ladlcata tbat poaatbll
Ity. But wtt ow, ravallng la cloudt
after tlx waaka of rafuUraaca, wa
would think It aafa for the afflrma
lW to call for a referendum on a
propoalttoa that It la aa aaay to gat
too much sunshine aa It la to get too
much of any other good thing.
Chicago la to hava a aoul boaplUL
Wa prMuma tbat aurgary will be
Nobody In Vaaaaoala baa been able
to aea Caatro and nla army. The
first seen of theaa. we believe, was in
If aa artillery gun baa been In
vented to hit a mark outside of the
sight and range of tba gunners there
may be a chance for the Russian
Mr. Bryan baa printed a long list
of Questions to ba asked Democratic
candidates for Prealdeat. Mr. Bryan
eeema bent on getting some fun out
Why not Tba Grand today.
Little Gir Freek.
Hjit-fc, iM. itttu itreas wbea
carried aot la white Unco or one of
the dainty shades of cbambray. Pink
I fll Tfe VitU ' I -
. ASTRONOMICAL KVtNT.
(Trosa noon today to noon tomorrewj
tan arts T2. rhma 8.01: day'a angtb.
14 hoara; noon rtawe 723 p. m.: 10:11
m. an. aastera time, fall mooa la coav
ataUatlon Caprtcornas: pUnet Mercary j
, rhdbte aetUng after tne sun: Ua.'
planet Tenon at greatest brilliancy, i
A REVEL IN CLOUDS. .
Perhaps there are aoula unsatisfied
with the change in weather. For the
matter of tbat. there are souls unsat
isfied with everything. Change, if 1
too auddea. pats tbem off their men- i
tal balance, but monotony, such as
rvwn limva inn wtwiui
brought to all of us, U unbearable to Is an eaperlaUy youthful color, and the
tbem. Sunshine, one of the greatest wnu et itoj moimins mT i
of dellghta, sung by poets and pic
tured by artists, can. Itka everything
ewe. grow wearisome by staying too
long, says the St. Louis Globe-Demo
crat It cms be said, of course, that
wa bava neeer wearied of aunjltgbt
but only of sun heal, but tbat is only
dissecting the fly in the ointment
again. Nothing is surer than that
uninterrupted sunlight, with the mer
cury at degrees, would grow mo
notonous and we wouM sigh for
Changes lo weather are among the
rx rnrg nuiuT.
by tba yard, which slmpliflca the Bask
ing of this woe piece model
Tba Portland creamery men on
Tuesday raised their prlcee on but
ter, and la some Quarters tba advance
was S cents. This pat standard local
make batter up to So to 31 cents a
pound, la bos lota. Outside maka was
raised accordingly. At the aew quota
ttona, local makers aad dealers report
ed tba output working off la tba beat
of shape, and there la little doubt that
the market will continue Ita upward
course during tba fall.
Cheese of all ktnda waa firm In the
extreme, but no changes In prices
were noted, flats holding at It t-l
cents aad Young Americas at 14 1-1
It la believed that the borne supply
will ba vary nearly sufficient to run
the trade up to the end of the year.
Shipments now coming la from the
Tillamook country are taken about aa
fast aa they come. "
HIDES ( Buytng 0 reen hides, le
to Cc; saltera, 5He to,Ctc; dry hides,
lie to He Sbtep pelts, t&e to T&c
DRIED FRUITS Local prices are
firm at. from So lo 10c oa apples aad
prunes, peacbea are 10.
S ALT -Selling tOe to c tor floe.
SO lb. sack, half ground 40c; TS tor
100 lb. sacks.
Portland Vegetable Markets.
SACK VEGETABLES Carrots,
SMSetl.M per sack; parsnips, SMS
f?Sl.Sr turnips. S1-SSOSLS0; beets,
VEGETABLES Aaparaaua. : SOcO
I1.TS pefcTkta; eabbagn, tl vi
huodivd weight; cautlllower, SLeOO
S1-7S per dosea; celery, California, 75c
etOe par dosea; cucumbers, SLSOO
tl-IS per dosea; eggplant. lSc per lb.;
garlic, loc Olio per pound; let t ace,
SOe per dosea; botbouae lettuce, S1.S0
OSS per box; peas, c011e per
pennd; peppers, SOcOSSe per pound;
radlahea, lSe per doaen; rhubarb, tc
pSc per pound; sprouts, tc; tomatoes,
ONIONS Jobbing pf1ce; Oregon
IS.7J per 100: AustralUa, fS.SO per
100: Texas, $tlj per crate: CaHfbr
ala, SS per crate . -Oreoon
Cltv Stock Quotations.
HOGS Hogs are quoted H wer.
From 1XS lbs. to 150 lbs. 9r. from
ISO lbs. to 500 lbs. I He.
BACON. LAKH and HAVI. are Arm
VFAL CALVES Teal caKaa ortag
from Sc to tuc accordiag to grada.
BEET STEERS Jeel wteers for
tba local markets are fetching SHcto
44e Hve weigu
SHEKP 4mw arm n w w la live
Owetaiaan. eer ore aew City.
POTATOES Beat, Buytng 1 cents
FIjOCR AND FKED--FVxir Is
stesdy, selling from St to SS30; very
little of cheaper gradea.
OATS (Buyng) Gray, 23 to SI.ICo,,BtT
POUD TAX ROLL
TO BE $260,000,000
PORTLAND, Aug. 1 Thla city will
bava aa aaaeaaed valuation of proper
ty or approximately l.(HW.0O0 when
County Aaaeaaor Slgler completaa kls
assessments for this yer. according
to conervatlva eatlmatea. Thla meana
tbat the total Increase In taxation of
the assessment thla year (er that of
last will approximate SlS.OWi.iXHV This
wltr yield additional tax of apprlxl
mately $530,000. County Aaaeaaor
Slgler baa Increased the sasesaed val
uation of practically all the real prop
erty from tba center line of the blocks
between Fourth aad nfth alreeta west
through the aew uptown shopping dis
tricts and from Buraaide street aouth
Vpper Alder street is the pivotal
point from which the Increase Is
made. On tbla thoroughfare the In
crease la 10 per coat from Fifth. atreetJ
west to its intersection oi naaamr
toa street. Oa all other parallel
streets from Buraaide to Harrison
the increases are gradually leeaeaed
to about I per cent The reason as
signed for levying the greatest In
crease on tba real estate on Alder
street Is due to tba rapid strides this
thoroughfare baa made as a business
As an example of the Increase In
the assessed valuation, the quarter
block occupied by the Yeon building
lsst year It baa bean Increased to
S360.000. Tba quarter-block directly
west acroaa Fifth atreet. on which the
Upmaa c Wolfe department store Is
for S2S5.000. while this year it baa
been aaaeaaed for S170.000. or an In
crease of SIS. 000. The southeast cor
ner of Sixth aad Alder, occupied by
Meier A Frank, laat year waa aaaeaa
ed for S230.0O0, while ihli j ear U baa
been Increased to SSSO.oOtt.- The Sell
ing block baa been Increased from
$158,000 to $270,000. Like Increaaea
have been made la other property la
thla vicinity. Tba quarter block at
tba southeast comer of Fourteenth
aad Aider last year was assessed for
$36,000. while this year it Is assessed
for $42,000. The quartet block on the
southwest corner of Seventeenth and
Alder baa been Increased from $23,000
to $36,000. ' .
The Increaaea oa upper. Washing
ton. Morrison aad Yamhill are slight
ly leas. Tba lacrease on Washington
street, nowever. reaches ss far west
aa Twenty-third atreet. A considera
ble advance has been made on the
East Side, particularly in Central East
Portland. Tba Increases, however,
are not so heavy aa on the West Side.
In residence districts where many im
provements bava been made during
the past year, the aeaed valuation
baa been raised allghtly.
I am of the opinion that the total
Increaaea oa real property over the
entire city will approximate about S
per cent more than last tear." said
Aaaeaaor Si (tier today.
Geed and Bad Corsets.
The good corset Is laced about the
alps and hold Ita place Independent of
garters or strapel It has a straight
front It Ss only form fitting or loose
white, from $25 to $24.
BITTTSR (BoytnCT Ordinary
-j ccuotry brings from lSc to XOc,
fancy dairy from 20r to 22. cream
ery tic to Sc
EGGS Beat grade 2S cents.
POULTRY (Buytng Firm with lit
tie good stock offered. Good heas are
bringing 12c Old roosters are In poor
demana. broilers bring from lte to 18c,
with good demand.
WOOL (Buy.?ig Vool prices are
ranging from 14 to 17 cents. .
FEED Shorts $2 to $30; rolled
barley. $21. SO to S32.S4; process bar
j Icy. $3X00: whole corn. $35.00:
crariteo corn, xwao: wheat xj: 00
from below upward by means of two
it more Ufe string. X bad corset ex
ercte Its greatest compression about
the wsW and dlmiaKbe Ira measure
from two to .four tnrbe. It is looae
sboct tbe blrw and he'd 4w by gar-
most kladly ot all the dispensations , ten or by the right lactrg above.
of Provldeoce. But the voice of the ,
mourner U beard to complain thai REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
the drop la temperature in the middle
of July is a certain and Infallible la-1
about the waist ana bot it ooe not 0 $33; oil meal. $S3; Shady Brook
diminish tbe waist measure. It laces i dairy feed, $1.2S per hand red pounds.
mat tKuyieg-i Timtby 111 to
$17: clover $ to $14; oat bay, beat,
$12: mixed. $14 to $12; alfalfa, $12 to
Tbe Princess Charlotte, daughter of
( George IV.. waa a young Woasaa af
t great spirit saa originality. Uee day
Thia will amount to Increase
round figures of about $15,000,000.'
There will also be increases in the
personal roll and la Improvements.
which bava been takea Into conaij
eratioo la tbe estimste of the Increaaea.
Life of Moses today The Grand
aer. t earners rbabred la oaie
Jsson C. and Lena Fellows to Oh- j tbe room wbra tbe princess waa revO-
' ver aad Bertha MrClure. 1? acre nf ! In eoe uf a- attMuiMt it i- -
dk-atkw of aa early frtwg which will action tomnshlp 4 south, range 1 j wrath, aad. after giving brr a tenure
clesa up whatever of crops and of eaw; $1 SWt I an hasty peecn. be pre -a led sec with
vegetation tbe drought may hate left. The Shaw-Fear Company to Calvin ' a book oa tbe aobWt trw .n
fiHind her still
It M generally u4Wed tbat the
stal neoa of bread irW frvm lis tie
coming art sally drier by tbe gradual
aoea of water, bat ibis m out tbe -ae
Stale bread contain slauuet exactly
tbe same projniou f water an new
bread after it ba become rom4Heiy
cold. Tbe change ta merely is tbe In
temal arrsngeoieiit of l be mi)e-Uir
of tbe tead A rvuf of this is thai
If we pot a atstc luof lalo a rtuoej
coverrd tin. exjwr W for half aa bmr
or aa boar to a lieat Dot ex-erdiiij:
that ef boiling water anil Ibra altvw
It to root It win he rMund la ap
pearaare sod ioiwimv -r-ik-s!ly to
tbe stste ef tbe new bread. Ex
For the Children
V Hae Daily SatK.
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Photo by AmoHcaa, rreaa Aawiatmn.
Elephants, as most young people
know, are very fond of .bathing, -and
la their aaflva Jungles frequently seek
tbe rivers and lakea to enjoy a water
frolic. Down at Coney Inland the
pachyderms take a awtui In the surf
ad greally enjoy buffeting the all
billows.-, When bathing si the bench
the bag beasts re accompanied by
trainers, who alt oa their necks and
guide them from tbe water wbcu their
time la up. Tbla hi nereaaary. for tbey
are show animals and ninat lie In their
places when the performance begins.
If left to ibemeelven tbey would prob
ably forget all about their engage
ments, Tbe elephant In tbe picture l
llattte. tbe famous performing ele
phant In tba Central Park son. The
photographer caught her wa hc was
getting ber dally bath from a now
loo ahowa she Is enjoying
la the midst of the magnificent March Mor Louie D. Morae. lot ' later be
weather of 1914 a voice waa beard to . "pe. j sod adi kaoguage eveu more votmL
w. iv. saa r-ie noroett to Jons w. i - am orrv to find rwmr rural airs-
exclaim: "Rejoice not at the early
spring, for verily it will bring the
bowaefly earlier than of old.' And
the next saoath brought a killing
Aad here are still those who revel
ed throughout at of the March of
11 without a thought of the untimely
advent of insect life, and who would
extract from the bliuard in the
MOBta fiYlViwin tti mAoolatWiA tbat
it had given tbe quietus to an such
Insects as had come too soon, and a
Sboberg, 1 acre of section 24. town- e la x-ti a paiow.- atd te -fowr
ship 4 south, range 5 east: $1 . tfc. k-
J H. and Mstlie C. Keith to Ben F. ! - aevvoeatl tbe book
I jiii. .nj u.i.i. i mi. i.j , gave you. -
LilUa and Uinu a I J1H lnwi i.
sectloa IS, township 2 south, range 1 ( 10 -T ,or-" she tempers
east: $1M. 1 ewaly "I herb read It and pcoereo' by
A, G. Jacob to Gaston G. Jacobs ' It Otherwise I abnald have arratcbed
148 acrf of IX L. C Xa 70, townshis ; br eyea oat.'"
2 south range I east; $1.
Edwin Hedges et al to Emil E. Goo
don, lots 2. 4. S. block IS, Gladstone: :. , , M "
j-- Air Censwmed lw a Miauta,
la one minute in a state or ret rne
Joseph rasrhal to Annie Peters
Paschal, i acres of sectma 34. tows- average man takes Inte his lane
hp 2 south, range S eai : $1. j sboat S liters or 4&S rohfc- Urhe of
( tTUOMI-A Hnl fl A Alhr- m . . ... . .
decided setback to all other, wholtnarts 4k 41 44 II K 2 it I-' ws.mwt ae aeexia w. liters or
have sarvivrd tbe drought and tbe Prwnelaad: T 4 cubh-in. be., la climbing S Uter
rot winds of this summer, and are 1 Franks and Metises Hoult to Henry . r 14,13 "bir lacbew. la riding at -a
tww Is full eajovment of another of "ATJ A 3 "cf,f of , trot S3 liter, or VH caUc larbea aad
,w. , . v , . . , . w'" "'"'H wiib range 1
. -r I iwrmi m m TWIHfn. mnnM eSSt ; SXjOQ. ,
lrpetaal ewnshine bave also perpct
naTty tbe taraatwla, the centipede, aad
in kvng distance running 57 liters cr
So feet st Tbe Grand.
S Reels at The Grand today.
CfTOITB ULIT fllCS TO JUD
(Coatiased from page Ll -
ting in their best effort a. Tbev know
that the one who gets tbe diamond
ring will stand tbe beat chance of
winning the piano and every owe in
tbe race is working ber hardest to
be tbe whs aer of one of tbe awoole-r-entarr
rriaes that Is to be swarded
Hard Work Necessary..
The beet of this contest Is that the
work vou do in sa effort to get the
sapplementary prires dors not go to
waste whether you get ooe of the dia
mond rings or not Tbe work tbat
voo do between now and Septem
ber t win also he added to your credit
for tbe piano and other prlrr.
P"o1 Ve an b"cr betwrea sow aad
Arat 14. and see that you vote early
aad ftea in ibis battle for ballots dor.
'rg tbe nrxt femr weeks.
Federal Law Needed!:
to Put an End
to Trusts Jtf IX
GOOD FOR ONE VOTE.
This coupon wbea neat!; clipned and properly fined la wttb tbe.
, - 'M -amw ami, itw3 jnviwi iy n.wm is wns tne. e
i name of tbe candidate yen wish t- vote for. n ne cowt3d as one
I", I" Name cf candidate. .
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$7 JAMtS j; HILL RtUraad Magnate
This coupoa la void after Aug 1 ' -
Cat on line. Dost roll. Send ta nt.
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p9HERC WOULD BE NO TRUSTS; IN THt ACCCPTCD MIAN.
A INQ OP THE TERM. IP WE HAD A PEOCRAL LAW RE.
Viy 4iU4RINO EVERY CORPORATION TO PROVE THAT ITS
CAPITAL TOCK IS PULLY PAID VP BEFORE IT IS AL.
LOWED . TO DO BUSINESS IN ANY OP OUR STATES.
;'-Tnat''awtU RETXT;flarJt f ralocs a&3 tb wSda
sal of rtock ta mterprve tkat are not scJidlY foaaded. -
Tbe re is PLENTY f OHwwfY in th conntr sjhI it U heitg cf
fcrr.1 at a W rate of interest for sacrt tim loan, but Btt?t of it :
crtr to U p int.v the crr.tn of NEW UL'SIXESS ENTER-
s ' ' - r- -trr, rnneh of out tcortcT it fflr j tott'gn
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This roT.isastoa l.Unk. wbea twe-w-rr nilew w ar.d'browrht r
waiVd to Cortesl rrrtwet of Tre CMerprise w I I ooant for a
I y vr-es. Only ore ef these tlaks win be rr-diTed rverh ra
' i sfh an
GOOD POR TWEXTT TTTE Ht'NDREU VOTES.
I wlh to Nominate Mla...;. ....k.
An Old Timer.
Turtles are oco of a few kinds of a
Imala that lire longer than men do.
Tbey look their age too. A turtle that
bad a date mark on him. though not
tba date of bla arrival In tbe world,
was found a few days ago In New
York, aot far from Poaghkeeiwle. whets
the boat races are held on tbe lludnon
river In tbe early-summer. Tbe turtle,
which was a land tortoise, was, fj"d
by David a Weight, wbo lives' on the
farm where bla father llvedfor many
years. On tbe turtles tuck, but In tbe
bard shell.' Mr. Sleight found his fa-ther-e
Initials. A. W. K. and the date
1S4. cut deeply and still plainly vis
ible. He added bis own Initials aud
tba date and turned the Utile creature
loose to live perhaps until another gen
erattoo of Bleigbts come along
Yso have noticed that those wha tel ahead la the wen
.rsM those whs ara aaad maaa9ara-wha bava laaraad t, kT
r tbat the aeat way ta tak un at
ng aalanaa la ta ksep a bank t7)L 7
. . - .. hawa a arawlna
" Thsraara luat ss many reasons why VOU sbevld bay,
count at this bank as hars ars why any af tar hundr.d, W
-T"r.:hi u., th.mt.yav, ,
The Bank of Oregon City
OLDEST BAlfK W TBI C0USTT
THE FIRST NATIONAL BA112
ol OREGON CITY, OREGON
Tr mcIs a 0sral Sankirifl Suaioaaa. Ooea ra' a. m. m f $ ,,
Wants, For Sale, Etc
NoUoes s4r Ihoas xm4TT
will bo mi4 at mm e r
maailtui half a ol adlltluo -r
llona. Inch esfd. II ' ""
...b u i usaai at sor svana
t-sab siual seMOSeB orSac snlMS S
saa aa open aeoount wllk lk V
na.nrlal rp..lbllU lor .rtnra. wkert
rrors oemr fto ewrwteS "Of wis aj
srlaied lor eatroa atlmiMi okoree lae
WANTED Collectors to see my col
lection of all sorts of curios, an
tiques, and Indian trinkets: stamps
In ulamn r..llectnra coins for
numismatists, arrow beads for arcIT
eoloRtsts, etc. I buy and sell all
sorts of curios; slao all kinds of
secondhand furniture and tools.
George Young. Mais, nesr rUtb
WANTi; advertisements la
this oolnma. prleea ery raaaoa
able, bee rates at bead of roHma
Read tbe MoraTng iCnterprtae.
WANTED You to know that lha En
lerprlse Job printing dspartment Is
tbe most complete la Ike Htata.
outalde Portland. Try It for your
WANTED Ponltlon Fy stenographer.
Phone 1414, city.
rOR SALE Spare in -this col urns
Sell tbat old plow or harrow; yo"
don't use It since you purchased
your new one.
cheap for cah: Inquire R4
enth Stri-t, Dregon City
A Bathtub by the Saa.
A . few miles below Del mar. On!.,
there may be seen lu a rocky , ledge a
peculiar baala cut out of solid r-k.
It measures t by 4 feet and Ita d.-plh
U about Ave feet. At bigb tide the
basin Is filled: at low. It sod the ur
roondlng rork ledge are laid Iwre.
Above tbe basta are gutters, which al
low tbe eacaps of mtrploa waters. It
Is supposed that tbe balb ws naed by
tbe Indians In early rimes and that
they heated tbe sea water by meana
of heated stones, ll Is nt Improbable
tbat the sick redskin oblulued relief J farm liANS-Dlmlck a Dlmlck,
Car. Vaughn and Twenty-fa (
August I ty 10, 11, it, n.
O.antas ieala Wsskdsys at I at
vadsys, I: 0 p. M.
LADIir 0AV PRI0AY.
Boys tHaf It rree to Blase
a a o'aaa asa saw wai a - -
ESTIUY N OT I C E- A rr I veil at my
place on Highland fulid. near Hen
rlrl sthiMilhoune. SalurJay night.
Atigua(S, 1911. n ted fosnTKirae;
snd oiie lirvng horae and one big
Iimi kKln home, long manes, not
hid. Owners csn regsln ws-
ion by paying charges. Mrs. Mary
Kggimann, Oregon City, Or , R P. :
D. NO. 3 '
1 1 NJ L
from skin dlseaaea ami other Ills by
balba In tbe hot salt water nf ibia ie
It to quite well tnnde and shapely
and would have been very convenient
for such a purpose.
A Deirs Silver Set.
A set of sliver for tbe doll's dress
ing table can be made from tinfoil. e
It to a good plan to aave all Ibe tinfoil
that comei around candy. Ho., and
smooth It out nicety. You msy make s
mirror for tbe drawing room or the
doil'e boudoir of the tinfoil with a bor
der of gold paper. Cut out a piece uf
cardboard In any shape yon desire
and then rover It with tinfoil. The gilt
border should aot be plain, but should
be rut Into ornamental corner i-r uaed
to cover a ralaed frame of cardboard
If you are going to oae the mirror for
tbe dining room or library of the doll's
bouse make I bo mirror In tbe same
manner with a double ratlbnard frame
around tbe ede and rover this frame
with dark paper In the wood tones.
Why are gtod U,t like clotizhT fte- 1
cause wo need tbem
Why Is It tmpnoxIMo for s lioy who
ttps to lielieve In the etlmenre of
young ladle He take eierv ml f..r
Why are printer llnl.li to bndrolda?
Because tbey alws.ts ue ilmiip sheeta.
Why Is sa empty dininiMe like s
solid one? IWan-e It la all amind.
Captain Kit's Cruiats.
WHien Capiain Kit In leliintr yarna
To Tim ar! Ted nn, -y
A soot the Craft Otrlvmphrr
Aad sil Ita i-ruiwn nii
Hal lively tnl
Cf rhartns sr.nlra
1 snsgiy ".itfm tm
Lawyers. Oregon Oily, Or.
Ifroa waalollbeea VINeatlnt HhattK
itaaUioorariinloTtrnMl l km
Til itw Roai .twit. Acmii etc
oakw.MlMhta Moose tH
Uar s ' r- oav
tsM by SMStswrtsoo) oVoJeta
W. L. MARSH ALU
ISO Msrrlsen SL Portia
O D EtlY. Attorney-at-lAw. Moaei
. loaned, Set r acts furnished, lass
titles ei mined, estatea aettlad, gea
- r I law buatnesv. Over pank ol
Oregon City '
P REN A 9CHUEDEU Attorne)a-si
lw, Deutsrner advokst. will prse
tlcs la all courta, maka roliertiont
and settlements. Office In Enter
prise Bldg.. Oregon Cltv. Oregon
BUILDER AND COtaCT0
HARKT JONES Builder sod Geners
Contractor. Estimates rhearfii
given on all claaaes of hnlMtrt
work, concrete walks ana rainforre'
concrete. Kes. phone Msla III
Buy a Home j
While Pay ingRe
100 dswa aad i2 a m
lakea this eomfortable ali-ror
house and loL House is k
for electricity. 'Lot 4ZI10I ft
Soma fralt oa plsrs. Wsfl I
csted oa Madison SL i"
A snap at.....
J. H. COOPER, rvi' Plra Ineuranc
and Real Estate Iot us handle
vonr properties we bnv. sell and
etchings Office In Ea'arprlae
Kldg., Oregon C'y. Oregon
E. P. Elliott and S:
Tth aad Mala Sta. by 8ur
Where dnlphm flav
mm nyins tiray
And waves diner In the t.tmr
et sll their tin I, n ,.
To safl at onro la ihrlr lrll
And Tim will he the uHnln
And Ted will fe thr ni.ir
And Pcltr 11 w tho lookout
"o na aloft in ltal,
But wts h tell of howlinglrTi,,!
To Tim and Ted ni Pom
Aad atl th fr.ftr t;hrlMo hrr a
1 Inky rfnvd
Ard Irv vhrrml,
Ard waves that rrp ih rlrrk
f nralnir.g nr. '
AM faJirig ho,..
And rrks ih.i w.u , ,,k
pea all their llltlo rh.e. rr, Mlfc
And they 0lo. ,M ,hr,
Thw will t tiw rahin tor
Ad Ted will r the ror.k
And PVlly - to a 4rnrr
Tacked Is soma shelter nMk
- ,v ,mposll, to oMatni
THE CIRCUIT COURT or
state Or OREGON FOR
Helen M. Qulnn. flnliiflff. a Ritchie
To l,ii -'. . (j'tinn. the si. . .. r ,.c'
S TIIK NA.MK OK THE STATE OK
OttECON: You are h.-rehy requir
ed to nopear nnd anasiT the rnnv
plHllit flli-d Kg itnst jou in the above
. entitled suit, on or ,rfre the Ism
ln.r of the time prescribed ,y
frtler of puhlicntlon of aiimmnns of
t ils ...It. to.i,: ,in ,lr Mnn thfl
Uh ilny of Sriilomher. . n 19M
hnl being ,1V nf:..r 11...
lotl of ix iL. rr.,. .1.. .....
Mii.liri.tlon of thin summons. Bnd if
you fall so t., ,,,,,., p Nlmw,r for
ws.i thereof, the pUlntiff will apply
'r In s.UI compla'.nl. hvtir Fr
'Inrre dlsHolvii.g the marrlnae
l l'lii'lff from drfeminni. and for
' h "i. r and f, ,hrr n, m
. n.iltiil.l.. ,(,,d j,,, 1 "
This aiimnii.ns la aerv,.d MBOn ....
.ka in tv. Motnlns Knterrrlse
- !-n J:;::;im.:hcoy-
Date of firm Milillraiin
Ulnlri.i.. 1. 1..1 . .. . '"'" " ""
"" ip Aiiviiai mil.
, .. .. ?il.
-- 4 fit) RIWARO
rr ths arrest and "oorlC
of aae parsoa or persons,
4 unlawfully remove copies oft
Morning Eatsrprlse from '
premises of subscribers a
paper has been placed tksnl
: w i
THE MORNING ENTl'.r':
la on sals at 104 .following
Huntley Broe. Dro .
- J. w. alcABBlty-0r
Seven tb and Mala.
4 ' 8ec rest Con fedlosrry
Mala near 8litk.
M. IC Dunn ConfwiloW'T
Ksit door to P. 0. "
, City Drug 8iorS
Re boon born Con feetloe
Ssventk ard Q Ada"1
The following are those rrl
I the Electric Hotel:
James Kllroy, Mrs. I-
Marahrield: Holla Wells, rW,r
ti , ' . rkrta H
i. vii am. :-jnwuu;
AHorney for rialntiff,
Jce in KM- saW . T1" -
aad etpetience there.
"and how clear, I
K tk t)-:.-
. " rroveri mow tble!
. T..n a prayer, l.nt
' Mlier ,,f
Slccn Is Rohharf
j5r--r -...... o.isssr-J -.air:
Mllillioll... .1. . - n..lilll
"n'..on U AB1 :r " oia rwiiaad; F. H. Kims, t-"
wlfo. aiiM iv-iiiiama Vorl".
N. IJrtngatoa and wife. T.
,r , ...a, n .
". tvings vaney. o 1
city; j. Browa. U Bran, t J ,
l Eatarada: D. Pbale,
! tjulst, R w. Wsrd. C.
IClty; oeorgs F. Ba", 8l'rt
Raih snd wife, Portland;
Du.aih; Ilarrv . Clsne"1- '
rer. Wash.; M. If. C"" ,
rout or, Waaa.: John
horn: 8. R Watners, rwtlJ
me, t.HUy only,
Krhf la .v.. --
xTi.1 wZT ,wn',B, of
W.w rv.i. u.eeiet C""
-7Wh. rnr ,,f l"a bull, i 'I :Z J ' The marriage of Mr. R
U?L rpJLw,,n'"ko..w1,a !" ,h,");," f,,, ik ' inland, and. Emma t,
Iwdgv-r 4, , lv,or,iH.r, ,.r,r,, .J'; , Elfuna g,o m.frmairi,. narkamia county, w.s
e.i. ,o, . n, t fnd ,h; B " ,he Mire Tuewdst. Ihe Rev. S. P.
'r"-,W.,..,, fl T'; ' ln. Tha altnesoea
' '''' Tie r. V.T ' llai worth. Mr IJSIlatl II'
, I be f.rai.,1 i.y ,, . .......