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CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
Aug. 10 In American History.
1814 Commodore Hardy fleK of
, three Bew-of-war a ad a bomb ehlp
wan repulned by amall force of
Americana at Steolngton. Conn.
' 1821 Missouri admitted to tbt CnJon.
1881 Battle of W1toon" Creek and
. tragic death la action of General
Nathaniel I-joo. C. 8. A.
1890-Joha Boyle O'Reilly. Irish Aroer-
Iraa poet, died: born 1S44.
tBOS Louie Chandler Moulton, an
ther, died; born 1829.
(Fraaa noon today to noon totBotrow.l
San. aeta TOU rlae 5C: moon rlaea
1M p. aa.; planet Mercury vlalbl et
- tins after tba ana: 8 JO p. m, eastern
time. Jupiter foor principal satellite
arranged aa fotlowa: No. 2 cloao on
west of planet. px 1 below tba saaaa;
No. X on east and No. 4 farther east;
soa's decHnatlon. 15 degree 34 mln
ntas aawtn of celestial eqnarnr.
CANT READ THE PAPER.
The Washington office of the Paaa
. ma-CaUfornia Exposition recelTea n
paper called the Rocky kfountaia
Times, of Salt Lake City. The Wash
ington Commissioner recently wrote
to the Times, saying: "If the editor
of the Rocky Mountain Time would
be good enough to mark the notice
' be print In hla valuable and interest
ing Journal, It t would be very much
appreciated, and hare the time nec
essary to read the entire paper."
' Aa the Time is printed in Chinese,
the time required to read it woud
Glean Curtlss the eminent aeroplan
1st and inventor, when la Washing
ton last week, expressed satisfaction
over CoL D. C. Collier's announce
ment of a 10,600 prize for a fllgnt
from Panama to San Diego, to take
a message announcing the opening of
the Canal, which probably will be In
1913. He declare the feat to be per
fectly - feasible.
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Rataa far athrartJafcut ka ate Waaktr
Catarprtae wilt I
t Jalrr. far aaiarriaanw
areaht. Para taa aartB
The New York stock market I do-, Carlsborg, Clackamaa county; $200.
lag lea business all of the time. The Moore C Gregory to Caroline Greg
late Wall street cry of -let a alone" j ory. 20 acre of sections 23. 29. 30. 32,
seema to have been taken bv the
country more literally than Wall
Under a new Illinois law, ao rail
road company caa allow liquor to be
drunk aboard any of It tralna, nor
permit an Intoxicated passenger to
board aay of them. Ia this blow
at next year Democratic campaign?
People Once More In
By Cormior WOODROW
PUBLIC OPINION HAS AT "LAST FOUNO ITS VOICE. AND
THERE IS A FCELINQ ON ALL HANOS THAT THE. PEO
PLE HAVE AGAIN TAKEN CONTROL OF THEIR OWN
Bat aome men put s FALSE interpretation npon this. There
ia a certain UNREASONABLE fear in tbe air. as if the proc
eaa we Lara been going through wa in aome degree VINDIC
TIVE - if there had been bitter feeling in it and the intention to
discredit ilioeo who opposed it. Men bare spoken of party split nd
diriaKUU) and factions and hare talked aa if it were warfare among
peraoo rather .than among IDEAS.
For mj own part I regard this a an entire false interpretation.
There need be no fear connected with thew things except the fear
that those most iro modiste I j concerned will not nnoVrstand. Tbe
enwh of organuationa has been only the crush of those that- did not
COUFREIIEND, but reaisted when there wa bo right reason for
My own hope a thht the men who hare withstood these reform
srill not le rruabetl, but CONVERTED; that the- will aee that they
werej figr.ting against their own interest in figbfing again! tie interest
' ', , ! v -in intrnMed theui witb it eonfidcttc.
CI Mb Chat
A glaa factory be Vocated eooa
in Oregon City. It I Independent
nropoaiuoa and the factory will be
located her If the advantage are
what the promoter believe they are.
The company contemplating starting
the factory owns holding of Mile
and In Washington, but fuel being o
high there the sand muat be moved
to a place where fuel I cheap. It re
ouiree three times the amount of Mel
aa silica send In the maaufacrare of
glaa and. as the company hea been
informed that wood may be obtained
aa cheVp or cheaper ta Oregon City
thaa any other city, wun ine '"'
age here of shipping facilities. Oregon
City evidently would be a good lotw
tlon for the plant. The plant will
manufacture plate glaa. window
glas and all Made of bottle and
jara. George H. Savage, of Portland,
one of the promoters, will com w
Oregon City In a few days and will
be ahown over the city by Secretary
Laxelle of the Commercial Club,
a a a
The Publicity - Department of the
Commercial Club will Uke up th
matter of operating the Urge sawmill
and amah and door factory In the
northern part of the city. Thl plant
haa a capacity of 73.000 feet of lum
ber and 250 doors and la a good prop
osition lor person who know how to
operate the buslne. The property
may be obtained at a reasonable ng
nre or a lease may be obtained and
the plant operated with a limited
a ...wmlll will nay well
In Oregon City- and all that Is needed J
la the right manager. George A. Ro. .
of Leominster. M.. way be prevail-1
ed upon to operate tne ptanu
a a -a
Seven Headed Siberian wheat I
the latest curiosity to be brought to
tne Promotion Office. Thla wheat
wa grown by Jacob Groaamtlller. of
Beaver Creek. The need was fur
nished by a K. rreytag. of Oregon
City. Thla seed I scarce and the
first that was ever In the county was
one hesd obtained by Mr. FTeytag.
The grain la not different from other
wheat, but the heeds are large. In
fact several growing together. The
prospects are that the yield will be
a a a
I. D Taylor, who ha a farm at '
Crescent Ridge, but who Is employed
In the store of Pope company, m
this city, brought to the office on
Wednesday a grape vine fifteen feet
long. The entire growth wa made
this year. This shows that grape
win do well here. There never wa
a place that will grow a greater var
iety of crops than Clackamaa county.
The people in the East are beginning
to realise thl fact a well a the peo
ple at home.
a a a
Telephone peaa grow higher than
a man'a head on the farm of Henry
Boege on the West Side of the river.
At least the sample brought to the
Promotion Office tndleatea that this
section la especially adapted to grow
Ing pea. The vine re large and
the seven feet high and well filled
with pods. Mr. Boege also brought
a fine sample of White Side osts. The
Promotion Office haa samples of al
most averr kind of oats that grow.
Mr. Boege aay that be learned how
to grow a large rvitty of vegetable
In Germany. He will exhibit samples
of his prod nets t the County Fair at
Caaby. September 27-30, 1911.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Christian and Christiana Kraft to
Mathlas and Hellene Olson. 10 acre
of section 3. township 4 south, range
1 east: 11.000.
United State of America to Henry
E. Noble, 40 acre of section K,
township 2 south, range; patent.
Orvllle W. and Lucy Boring to Wil
liam H. Boring and Sarah E. Boring,
land In Clackama county; $1.
W. H. Boring and S. E. Boring to
Lucy Boring. 3 ache of section S,
township 2 aouth, range 4 east; $500.
W. H. and 8. E. Boring, to O. W.
and Lucy Boring, 5 acres of section
C. township 2 south, range 4 east:
& C. Fletcher to D. C. Bates. 3
acres of section 32. township 4 south,
range 4 east; $10.
John P. Peterson snd Charlotte
Peterson to E. P. Stromgren and
Catherina Stromgren. 3 acres of
Hilda Tooxe to Allle Ware, lot 8 of
block 16. C. T. Too i Addition to Ore
gon CKy; $100.
G. C Fields and Lena Field to
Belle Butler, lota 4 and 5 In block
11. Cane man; $130.
George Hleinbotbem to George P.
Hldnbothem. 35.71 acre of section
IS, township 3 south, range 3 east;
WILSON of New Jersey
BIG CIIEAK HI FRUIT :
There are Indications that a break
will be shows la fruit price within
the next few day. Offering of early
peaches are ao heavy that the trad
Is overlooked. Dealer are beginning
to shade price aoatewhat, but the
cutting of values I not yet uniform,
and aome carryover may therefore
be expected. The Quality of the fruit
is unusually good, and for that reason
the movement I better thaa would
have been the case had only ordinary
stork been showa.
Sales of selected Elberta are be
ing made la a limited way a high as
11.13. bat the general trade I not
sktn this much for thl same class
of fruit -
Market for cantaloupe ta again In
bad ahape for aaythlag except se
lected goods, and even some sale of
thla quality are being made down to
$1.75 a crate.
Berries are arriving generally In
a leaky condition and thl I hurting
the sale soma hat .
HIDES (Buying Green bides. 3c
to c: Betters, me to 6Hc; dry aides,
12c to 1C. Shiep pelts, 23c to 75c
DRIED FRUITS Local price are
firm at from So to 10c on apple and
prunes, peaches are 190.
8 ALT Selling 30c to 90c tor floe.
30 lb. sack, half ground 40c; 71 for
100 lb. sacks.
Portland Vegetable Markets.
SACK " VEGETABLES Carrot,
$1.23(7 $1.3 per sack; parsnip. $1.25
C$130; turnips. $1,250 $1.50; beets.
VEGETABLES) asparagus. 90c O
$1.75 per crate; eabbaxe, new, $2 per
hundredweight: cauliflower, $L0f
$1.75 per docen; celery. California. 73c
09oc per duxen; cucumbers. $1,309
$223 per down; eggplant. 13c per lb.:
garlic. lOcglZe per pound; lettuce.
50o per doxen; hothouse lettuce, $1.50
C$2 per box; peas, 9cGllc per
pennd; pepper. 30e635c Pr pound:
radishes, l&c per dosea; rhubarb, Zt
Z3c per pound; sprouts. 9c; tomatoes.
ONIONS Jobbing prions; Oregon
$2.75 per 100: Australian. $3.59 per
100 Teiss. $2.25 per crate: Califor
nia, $2 per crate
Oregon City Stock Quotation.
HOGS Hog are quoted He lower.
From 126 lb, to 150 lbs. 9 He. from
150 lb, to 200 lb, mc
BACON, LART and HAM. are firm
VEAL CALVES Veal car?ea nring
from tc to me according to grade.
BEEF STEERS Bee! teer for
the local market are fetching 5Vac to
6Vie live relent.
SHEEP ia arm at e to Je live
Ouotariena tw oca yon City.
POTATOES Beat, Buying 1H cent
FLOUR AND FEED--Flour I
steady, selling from $5 to $5 30; very
little of cheaper grade.
OATS (Buyng) Gray, $23 to $24.
white, from $25 to $23.
BITTTSR (Buying? Ordinary
ivultn hrtnaa fi-Aia IKa In
. fMey dllrT from to . CT
EGGS Best grade 25 cents.
POULTRT (Buying Firm with lit
tie good stock offered. Good hena are
bringing 12c. Old roosters are In poor
demand, broilers bring from 16c to 18c,
with good demand.
WOOL (Bur-ngl Vool price are
ranging from 14 to 17 cent.
FEED Short $29 to $30; rolled
barley, $31.50 to 332.50; proceaa bar
ley. $33.00; whole corn, $39.00;
cracked corn, $40 00; wheat $33.00
to $33; oil meal, $53; Shady Brook
dairy feed, $1.25 per hundred pounds.
HAT (Buying.) Tlnu4hy $18 to
$17; clover $9 to $10; oat hay, beat,
$12; mixed. $10 to $12; alfalfa, $13 to
Fetlewing a Caatam.
An American tr refer in Kaaala -earthed
a retir of Catherlue the Great,
which amusingly HI out rates the con
ervatism of the Ruaalana. One day la
crossing a bridge she noticed that the
half docen wooden Image npon pedes
tals which ornamented rt were weather
warn. The starae mast be repaint
ed." ah aakd. The next day a painter
wa act to work, and every year after
ward while the empraa lived a gave
order to have them repainted. At aer
death It had become an established aa
nual ynstofn. and ' today the poor
tatoe. covered with more thaa a bun
dred roar of vermrlloo paint, have ne
resemblance to anything bat ungainly
blocks of wood.
The Heedy One Hay. guVnor. there'
a fly oa your eoee.
Old Gent-What t be d li ken baa that
to do with you
The Seedy One-Not bin, net bin';
ojy I thought It would get Its wings
fore hed. Kxrha age.
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POPE GROWS WORSE;
SUITERS fROM HEAT
ROME. Aug. . The report of the
Pope condition tonight were leas
aaaurinc than thoae earlier In the day.
HI temperature, while not Increased.
remain about. 100, and th heat or
the day. which reached 9$ degree
Fahrenheit, exhaust the paUenr
strength. Th mot disquieting aymu
tom I th progrea of the tout at
tack, the pain from watch have ex
tended from the knee midway to the
The Pontirn bedchamber, wnicn
haa a full southern expneur. la mall,
with a Wva ralllna. Th doctor de
cided to move hla holiness to th floor
below, where he will occupy a large
mnm nait tA hla nrivate library and
looking wt on th rouit of 8aa
rw aaiarel and Tw Marrhiafavn,
haa tka vtatta1 tfca Pontiff togeth
er, were not satisfied with hi condi
tion, aa they found his orgAnism tea
ready thaa before to resist tne attaca.
For thl. and because of the heat,
they ordered him removed to a larg
er, airier and cooler room.
STRUT tCIDSCO TO LOCAL EO
(Continued from se 1.1
finance. A protest & fit accep
tance of the work oa Sixth street wa
read, and W. W. Myers made a
speech opposing the asacaament for
the work. An ordinance providing
for the Improvement of . Monroe
street from Second to Fourteenth,
waa ordered published.
The council passed an ordinance
providing a license of $:0 annually,
open fronts, etc.. for "near beer"
place. Th City - Attorney wa In
st rue ted to prepare papers providing
for the Singer Creek culvert, between
Madiaon and Monro street. ,
" John Bittner. O. D. Eby and John
Loder were appointed a committee
to value property for aaement pur
poses on Taylor street. Th owner
contend that th asseaament made
are too high. -The
City Engineer was Instructed
to furnish a detailed statement of the
cost of the improvement of Jeffer
bob street. Action on the franchise
of the Clackamaa Southern Railroad
waa postponed until the next meet
ing, which will be held Friday. '
W. C T. U. Holds Meeting.
An Interesting meeting of the Ore
gon City Woman a Christian Temper
ance Union waa held on Tuesday af
ternoon In th Baptist church.
Thl union haa about thtrty-flv
member. It I planning to hold two
meeting each month one In the af
ternoon, to accommodate the older
member, and-on In the evening (or
the younger members.
Every one I Invited to these meet
One of the moot interesting ad
dresses delivered at the recent Na
tional Education Association In San
Francisco, waa by David 8tarr Jordoa
of Iceland Stanford University. Dr
J or don said la part:
1 am bar today to represent the
work of the Worn a as Chrlstlaa Tem
perance Union. There 1 not a single
thing to bring yoa oa the subject of
alcohol, bat we must train the chil
dren la order thst the men and wo
men of the next generation may know
and feel what we know and feet We
are here to discus temperance,
which Is moderation: but the only
moderation In alcohol 1 to cut it alt
out. aa scientific men hare clearly
1 The Wrene Intarprrtatlan.
'Robert Henri, tbe well know New
Tor It painter, waa condemning a at
"HI Interpretation are alwaya
wtrng." Mr. Henri said. "He alwaya
mtaunderataBda totally aa artlat'a eon
ceptlon He reminds me of the Clnna
mlnajiQ woman before Millet's 'An
"When I be Angetns was oa exhlbl
tiou st Earie'a, in rhlladelphl. a wo
man dropped la fe eee It She gaxed
with lively Interest at the two peas
ant tadlng reverently la the sunset
glow la the unlet meadow. Then he
"'A court! n coop!, hey: Seem
bit by. donl they?"
Good maxima are germ of all good
firmly iaiTvi''d uu tbe memory, they
aourtah the will. Uuula-rt.
Hosts of young men are reck
lesi because they believe that by
and by thry caa be what they wal
Ho of oU men are bopeJeat be
cause it sretm impossible that they
caa ever be aitythiaf but what they
are. Both ate . vrvong. PhtHip
L!snaer o.St Louis Cardinals
6ets Everything Oat of Ptayrs.
HIS METHODS DESCRIOED,
PlteHar Obey Oraar and Work In
Retatlan Selitve In Putt." Sail
Over Plat and Inspire Man With
CanSdans HI Catching a Faetar.
Critic who have studied the Kl
Loula Cardinal thla year aay tbe re
xnarkabl ueceea of th ten in I due
to heavy, ceaalstent batting, fast ba
running and teady;6eldlng-a coiubl
aatloa that ha more than offset aa
ordinary quality of pitching. Hut prac
tical baseball men-player en otiier
National lea rue learn wbn cjn apeak
from actual experience aay lhat Brea
nahan'a catching, which ruean tbe ex
pert handling of young pitchers, Ihe
Phot b Aaiaikaa Praaa Aaaorlatfcm.
aooKB aaaaaaaaa, oaanwau' nairruia
direction of defeoalv tacib-a and the
breaking p of tb opponent hit and
run game, ha worked wonder.
"Breanahan la nalng a beadful of
gray nutter." ld prominent ball
piayer tbe ether day. H learned la
Id baaeball when he caught for the
Giant under McO raw's management
and he haa gradually drammed the
prltK-lple of that style of play into hi
pliable team. In tb flrat place Roger
has Impreesed Upon hla pitcher tbe
fact that tbey must follow hla Instruc
tion to the letter and that tbey must
work la regular rotation. II b made
them practice control until at least
feur of them, Sallae. Harmon. Golden
and Steele, liar It down fine. Breana
han call for more balls over tbe plat
than any other catcher. II bellere In
putting a bat ft man la tb bole as quick
ly aa possible, for be sa that if th
Brat ball to a atrik the t-onldeaee ef
the hitter I decreased much a tb
pitcher' con fldrnce la trengtbened.
Confidence I watchword with th
Cardinals manager, and he play that
game to tbe limit
"By making hi piubers work the
corners and tbe middle of tbe plate, at
tbe aame time wasting a 111 now and
then at bis direction. Rresuaban ha
aocceeded In developing ol work that
I a big factor In th tea ma victories.
Aa a student of batsmen's wesk point
be has no superior.' and by enabling
hi" pitcher to work them be ta (et
ting result. Roger lao keepa an er
peeled for oppoalng bnar runner and
la pegging tbera out with aome rveat
throwing, n has tauKbt his nie.i how
to play tb bit and run game, not nuly
from flrat to aecwid base.- but a Ian
from second home, and tluit is hy
many game bar been won.
"The Cardluala hare becom infect
ed with Bren9han' conildence and
energy, and tbey actually bellere tbey
tin win the pennant Brea his point
1 out to them that tbe world' aerie
mean nearly $2,000 .piece. tnd ,h,
men are ready to fight to a flnlah
Every man ou the St. Lonl team re
gard Roger a fair. o.uar leader
who k them nothing that b cannot
de himself. Th discipline I perfect
and the whole team la hannonloo "
Nanemahee Snowing Up WsIL
Nwnamakr. the catcher who 1,
snowing p o well with tb Red Hox
Waa one tba mi.i. . 1
. . - - r " ioe l ana.
. tnrned back by them Tue
Boetoa American got him by draft
The principle adopted la tbe miking
of fireproof p,!,,,, to to in,,,,
with the other ingredlenia or tbe paint
an ammonium salt which nnder iu
tafluenre f beat will gi,. o(r ,B.
xMila and ao produce an tm.-pher
anfavorabl to cembuatlon. Tht sola
MMty ef mt ammoolnBf a.lta r,.,,
Jtod1 ILT.lUba thk Wtpe-e. tnt
?-nia.iB P't oble
ammealum m meat an pboapbateand
s WW medlam eonaUoT,,
of Uad U OU of tnJnZ
r ft, i
you hv 'ntlod tht th who l the war), w
0nriiiy tnoe wh are fed man9r-wne he larnd t
wrld v.e thai th. seat way te t.k.
Thr r Ju.l "" rns wrhy YOU hewld hv,
aount atlhl. bnk th.r ar why any ef wr hundr..
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The Bank of Oregon City
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D. C LATOURarrTTi Ft at dent
THE FIRST NATIONAL BAIE
of OREGON CITY, OREGON j
CAPITAL, aAOOO.Oa X
tr.at. a r.l Sanklng S..n Oeet. Iraen A M. t .,'
Wants, For Sale, Etc
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artata for aalraa. MtaHauni vt laa
WANTED Collector to my col
lection of all ort or cuno. an
tique, and Indian trinkets; stamps
for stamp collectors; coins for
numismatists, arrow heads for arch
eologlata, etc. I buy and aeil all
aorta of curio; alao all kind of
second band furniture and toola
Oeorg Young. Main, near Fifth
WiNTl-wui dartlaeniaU fo
this column. Frio vary reason
able. See rat at head of eti-rma
Read tb Morntng Cntrpri.
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th most compieta la ta But,
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Phone 2411. city.
WANTED Girls at Oregon
laundry. Call for foreman.
FOR 8 ALE Space la tbl colama
Sail lhat old plow or barrow; yon
don't ua It tine you purchaaad
your aaw on.
IX) R BALE (kmkI Gonn launch. 1
- . l 1 . mrt . I
rneap iur caan. inuna uvi wi
enth wtreejj. oreson t ity.
IIARDINO-WALDEN Tracia. Acr
trscta. garden and fruit land, level,
fin view, ouehalf mil to rarlln
t Gladstone, aold oa Installment
or term to ault. Inouu 1003 Main
treet. H 8. Clyde, agent. For
bargain In bouse, lot and land,
aea H. 8. Clyde, 1003 Main Street.
ESTrTy NOTICE Arrived at my
place on Highland road, near IIn
rle! choolhouie. Saturday night.
Aagut (. 1911, on red roan horse
and on brow hor and op big
, bitckikln horse, long manes, not
hod. Owner can regain poaaea
ion by paying chargea. Mr a. Mary
Egglmann, Oregon City, Or.. R. F.
D. No. 3.
FOR KENT Th Walden home on
tb bluff at Oregon City. Thou
Portland Mala SZ6S.
FARM LOANS Dlmlck Dlmlck,
Lawyer. Oregon City, pr.
O. D EBT. AttorMMl tav. Mof
loaaed. ahatraci NrnUbad. la
title iamlod. aatataa settled, gs
eral law baataeaa rta Haak ai
VHW.S A SCHUETIEU Attoray-t
I-". Dentsrber Advokat, will pre
te", all court, mak eotlaetloai
and eeutemea' Office la Enter
prls Bldg.. Orgn C1t. Oragoa
sun PER avp ce-'TaacTOSj
HARHY J0NE8 RulMar sod fi.era
Contractor Fstlmil rhrifull
g're on all eHaaee of hnlldint
work, concrete walk sn rata forcer
eoncreta, Hea Phone Mala III
R. H COOPER. For rir tnear.aer
d Real F.atat Ut , h,n41,
or properttea-wa bny. sail
"'dr. Oregon ctiy. Orwgna
When Itonntne t,. ,d Kn,
bcl. to death .11 p.n, fftf , mmn
horror at ,e event ,h,t ,hr)lf,. ,
the tyrsn, fr,,bM
J-nel..rw. A enter rev,,,,,
Uoo ws. rioted ,nd would mo..
EtfUl L "k'n " "
DOnanarta nt.. t ... 1
"' a new l rt
u .,111 . .. "' nartia.1 i
th grsnde., .,,r
ho uhlblted ihar. ti.7 ever
th.t ,b BirtJ TiTr1.
n"EnghelB to,7 I lM""
hothln. bo Vs. a?" "0
ofc w w uiknJ
elllr ' 1" '-'"l".- "Id
SIP"'": "'youth Wlth.mb,r
. At th beginning of ,b
ceramony I said to him;
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A-l Prtur 10 Grinning th
Vlaratloa I whispered: ,4
-Tk her right hnd.' '
tJlo?khtiuW,JIlhl bn4-' ,b tP"
bafAS,urn' 00 be put
needed ,b riftc
f. i. KEYtlt. CaK
RECREATION PARK, i
Cr. Vsu ha and Twenty fears
August S S, 10, 11, It, it
Oan 9n Washday at I
Sunday, f :S0 P. M.
LADIEV DAY FRIDAY.
Boys Udf 11 FT to Blav
' ' waaBaaday.
Ifyw wast a)ihr a Vlta-tlnf hnl
Kbauiaar aninttathiaa (f-aawA
twalua Marlilaa WW U -
Til ItW IBt ItWIII MACIIIt IT
Mar mhf mi h m M a tut
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tMa lafwi mm eaat H I
SWM a? Mtataetaeal aweln f
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W. L. MARSHALL, I
SM Marrlaon St Pr
Buy a Hone . j
100 down and fit s
take this eomfortabl tli-rt
house and lot. Hon Is tlx'
for electricity. Lot 12x101
Some frolt oa place. Was I
fated on Mad I ana ' 8t f r
A sasp st..k ..
E. P. Elliott and I
7th and Mala 8U, by Suf
sloa Drldga. J
liT9f f M'I
" S10 REWARD
For the arreat aat oarkur
of any person or persons,
unlawfully remove copies of"
Morning Enterprise from
premise of ubcrlbrs lb
psper has been placed tbrrtt
w - )
THE MORNING ENTlHWf
I on aale at the following it
Hualley Bros. Prutt
1. W. McAnulty Clgsri t
Bevnth' and Mala ;
Secreal Con feet lonert J
Mala near Sixth. j
M. E. Dann Confecllooel j
Nit door to P. 0.
Clry Drnf Stor , '
- - Electric Hot).
8rhoen born Con fectloaT
8vnth and X Q Adta j
. lit Cl Knojf. - .
Kiiti Csas Liy
he -Chit Ortt, M K
f Scrap an) Oat 0rn
esie, -. :' 1 i' "
Dealer Waal, FIwf,Jf
Qrsln, peed, ceal, 8
Coccifcston C (
11JH AND MAIM iT
Are yoa a rabacrlDer
Ing DaterprlMT If not y
nd let us pat year asm
sertpdon Uct. fcraedUt!."