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MORNING BNTBltmSE, THURSDAY, AUGU8T 10, 1911
... a f(w days alnae living our ofords and shea way.
During eur OttalfWI ALE we are giving bareafnf (n
ihott "hl vHlf aleak) ftp alack In a hurry. " '
GBT FITTED NOW WHILE Wl HAVE A PULL RUN OF SIZES.
Ice Our Bargain Shot Window
Suspension Bridge Cor. - Oregon City
0ltin the M,
lillam Kdwarde, or Carue, wu In
city on weflnesasy. ,
a. J. Wallace, of Salem, la Id
rlir visiting friends.
t. Hum Elmer, of Clarkes. waa
i rlir on Wedneaday.
t. Hurst, the millman of Union
aa In thle city on weones-
sml Mr. D. Miller, of High
wit In this city on Wednee-
Liiuin Davis, of Beaver Creek,
In thla city on buslneee wednes
E. Huence. of Heaver Creek. M
Lartlnx bualness In thla city on
Ilbolt stsge wilj leave the Electric
I each day at I o'clock p. m.
Camming and ton, Bird, of
rr Creek, -were In tbla city on
n Irish, of Union Jlall. and Mlaa
ly lrlh, of Carua, war In tbla
lad Hweek, a promlnant attorney,
rtland, waa In tbla city on legal
onard Mosler, of Clarkes. 'wee
1 the Oregon City bualneaa vial-
hmk Klrbyaon. of Shubel, on a of
kell known farmers of that placa,
In tbla city on Wadnaaday,
M. Darling left on Wadnaaday
Mug for iba mountaina, wbara ba
remain for about ona waak.
hnk artlet Watar. Bold by all
k groceries and drugglata.
Mr. and Mra. lllram K. Straight
left on Wadnaaday morning fur New
port, wbara tbay will atay two weeka.
- Mra. Don Meld rum la III at her
boma on Twelfth and Waahlngton
atreet. Buffering from an attack of
Better buy augar now. It'a aura to
go higher, 17 pounda for f 1, beat gran
ulated, llarrla' grocery,
Mra. L. F. Olbba baa gona to
Dallaa, wbera aha will visit her eon,
Thumaa. Mr. Olbba haa gone to Mil
waukla on bualneaa, and will remain
for aeveral daya.
Mrs. Q. A. Harding and two daugh
(era, Mlaaea Nleta and Evelyn, and
Mra. Nleta Barlow ,awrence left on
Wednaaday for Hood Klvar, where
tbey will apand aeveral weak a.
Mlaa Clarice Nurawalt left on Wad
naaday for Newport, where aba wilt
remain for a month. Mlaa Zumwalt
accompanied bar grandmother. Mra.
M. C Wei la. of Portland.
II you aat bread why not get Koj,
Bread? Tba beat thai money can
buy, at Harris' grocery.
Ora Similar, of New Era, waa in
tbla city on Wadnaaday on hie way
to Portland, where ba want on
bualness trip. Mr. Blelther Is ona of
the wall known farmers of New Bra.
Mra. Wang-- and Mra. Drown, of
Canby, aro guests of tba former'a ale
ter, Mrs. T. J. Gary at Willamette.
Mra. Wang before returning to ber
bmie will visit ber daughter, Mra.
Allen Adams, of tbla city.
Mr. and Mra. Edward Fortune, who
have been enjoying a two weeka' out
ing at Sandy. Molalla and Wllholt,
returned to their home In this city
on Tueaday, and report having a
moat enjoyable) time.
Mra. O. B. FreyUg, of Gladstone.
recently went to I'ortland, wbera aha
la undergoing medical treatment for
heart trouble. Mra. Freytag baa
many frlenda In tbla city, who are
glad to bear her condition Is not
Dr. B. A. Sommer, formerly of Ore-
gon City, baa moved hla office to 1017
Corbet t building. Portland.
Mra. C. O. Miller, who la Buffering
front typhoid fever M her home on
Seventh atreet near Center, la Im
proving, and her condition la now
encouragiag. Dr. It. 8. Mount la the
attending physician, and a profes
sional nurse la In constant atten
Mr. and Mrs. A. & Wllmot have
returned from their two weeka' atay
at Newport They had a moat de
lightful lime. Mr. Wllmot waa ona
of tba lncky flehermea In a party that
enjoyed deep-eea fishing while at that
resort, and a black cod ha caught
weighed mora than 40 pounda.
Mr. and Mra. W. B. Pratt, Mra. J.
N. Wlaner and son, Nelson, left yes
terday far Long Beach. Wash., where
May will spen4 several weeka In the
cottage tbay have taken for the sum
mar. They will be joined later by
Mlaa Dllle Pratt and Korbea Pratt,
who will spend their vacation there.
Dollcateeaen: U A. Nolile, 714 Main
atreet, baa Just received from Wiscon
sin 1,000 pounds new cheese, cream,
Swiss and Unmurger. Fine In lunch.
A. I. Mason, of Hood River, one of
the prominent and well known ap
ple growers of thst place, waa In tbla
city on Wednesday on business. Mr.
Mason, who Is a member of the ex
ecutive committee of the Stale
Orange, on his way home from
tbe Waldo Hills, Marlon county,
where he hss been giving Instruc
tions on pruning. Mr. Mason haa a
thirty-acre apple orchard In Hood
Miss Helen Smith entertained at
her home In Canemah on Monday eve
ning In honor of Arch Callaway, who
lft on Wedneaday for hla boma In
Kansas. Tba evening waa devoted to
games and music, and a most en
joyable time waa had. Watermelon
and Ice cream and cake ware aerved.
Those attending were Mr, and Mra.
Clint Hood. Mr. snd Mrs. C. Mesaln
ger, Mia Cora Coler, Mlaa Ollrs Coler,
of Portland. Orrln V. Smith, Miss
Helen Smith, Edwsrd Smith, Mr. and
Mrs. P, H. Smith.
Good coffee and tea la our bobby.
Try our t&c coffee and 60c tea. Can't
be beat, Ilsrrts' grocery.
Ely Stark, of Mullno, was In this
city on Wednesdsy. Mr. Stark and
bis nephew, of California, who came
here on business, are busily engaged
In prospecting for gold on tbe Htark
place. From all Indications there la
gold on the place, and there la no
doubt Mr. Stark will make a atake.
A. M. White will leave tbla morning
for Newport, where he will apend
two weeks. On his way to the beach
Mr. While will visit his niece, Mrs.
Ava Smith, of Albany, and brother-in-law,
M. A. Baker, of Sodavllle.
A apeclal car from ' Portland
brought to thla city the O. W. P.
baseball team and the baseball team
of the p. It, L. A P. Company on
Monday, and tbe two captalna and
their wlvea, Captain West, of the O.
W. P., and Captain Joe Zlnu, of the
P. K., LAP. Company accompanied
the tearhe. Tbe party waa met
here by Mra. peter 8mlth. and her
daughter, Mlaa Helen, of this city, tbe
taller of whom Is tbe mascot of the
O. W. P. tesm. After tsklng ln tbe
sights In this city tbe party returned
to I'ortland In the apeclal car and
enjoyed a supper.
Ralph Ooddard, of Seattle, waa In
Oregon City on business Wednesday.
List of unclaimed letters at tbe
Oregon City postofflre for the week
ending August 11, 111.
Woman'a List Berth, Mra. J. W.;
Bailey. Cora, it); Carlaon. Me.-Oe-kar;
Cottier, Mra. Wm. B.; Kruger,
Marie: Valbaua. Maud.
Men'a Uat Allen, W. H.: Boylen.
Wh.i Black man, F. C: Burg. Peter;
Cooper. O. L; Cottam. Colin, W.;
Danner. C. B.; Davidson, Wm.; Don
ovan, Cleet; Dungan, James; Henry.
Thrron L; Johaneson, J. M.; Kennl
rott. Jim; Lyons. Ed.;'. McFjrland.
Harry; Mulr, John p. ' -
Her Oeed feint.
Even the most' Impulsive eroaaea
have their good traits. '
Aa Irishman, mourning pia late wUe.
"Faith, aba aa a good wouian. Sbe
always Wt we wiej de aoft Ind af tbe
broom.' ' - '
we Give servicc
we Give SBRVfPC
The SupzAoAty Of
Electric Toast to the charred, or bttfe, pr
soggy kind oxide in the tedious old-fashioned way
is rdatircly the am as thesttperiorty of grilled
steak to fried steak.
For the merest fraction of a cent pe r slice
the Radiant Toaster makes Perfect Toast fast
er than yon can eat it. It is Perfect Toast be
cause the Radiant heat forces the necessary
chemical change in the bread. This insores
delicious golden Toast that fairly melts in your
Yott can operate the Radiant Toaster on
the finest damask fable cloth. Its neat por
celain base and cheerful glowing coils add grace
and charm to any table.
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PORTLAND RAILWAY, LIGHT
& POWER CO
MAIN OPPICe 7lh and Alder Streets
we Give sbrvicb
we Give seRvice
Photos eopyrtght by American Prtat Association. Kit
TWO s via tors. Harry N. At wood and a J. ("Bud") Mara, recently played
Important parte In tbe newa of one day. At wood completed bla re
markable flight from Boston to Washington sod after taking luncheon
with tbe Aero Club of Waahlngton went to Potomac park, where he
had left bis aeroplane, mounted It and flew to tbe White House. After flying
directly over that historic structure he aalled to tbe Washington monument,
a quarter of a mile away, circled around that abaft aeveral limes, occaaioiuUly
going so close that It eeemed, his machine would h!t tbe monument, then aalled
away, rose to a height of more than a thousand feet, passed ever tbe monu
ment and dropped easily snd gracefully to tbe White House lawn. He shook
bauds with President Tsft, received a gold medal eommemeratlng' hla flight
from Boston, then mounted hla machine and aalled away. One of the pictures
above shows him Just as be had pasaed over the White House. Mr. Mara had
an accident the aame day At wood called on the president. Mara was flying at
Erie, Pa., wben be lost control of his machine snd dropped a hundred feet to
the ground. Three of hla ribe ware broken, and be Buffered other injuries that
It waa thought would be fatal, but a few daya later it waa aald that be would
recover. In one of tbe pictures above Mr. Mara la abowa seated In bis sere
plane with bis wife beside him.
YOU might think that there is Kttle to
choose between varieties of vinegars,
spices and and mustards. But there IS and
it willl surprise you to know that more dif
ference exists between them than amongst
aradea of meat and brands of flour. 80, Just aa you pick out the beat
In meat and flour, you should get tbe very finest In sypices and vine
gars. All tbe flavor and pleasure of eating may depend on that
cbolce. ' It will make the difference between a good meal and a bad
Come In and let us sdvise you. We carry the most varied and
best selected stock in town.
Some prices and suggestions for this week:
Pure Cider Vinegar, not. ....15c
Malt Vinegar, boU .YllOc.
Pickling Vinegar, gallon ....40c
Pickling 8 pices, mixed, ready
for nae, package 10c
J. E. . SEELEYj Grooor
Oregon City Wefnhard Bldg
The hay baler operated., by a crew
of ten men, la making tbe rounds in
Clackamas and vicinitgr.
Mr. Iaaao Johnson, with his team.
la kept pretty buay hauling powder
to tba magazine for storage, and also
to town. ' '
Mr. Charles Chicken, of Dumfrle-
sblre, Scotland. Is visiting at the
home of hit cousin, Mrs. Hary Jen
nings. Mr. Chicken made an exten
sive tour in China, Japan, Australia
and New gealand before coming to
the. Coaat. '
MTs. Mary Da v lea Jonea. wife of
the pastor of the Congregational
church, returned last week Thursday
from the 8t, Vincent hoapltal. Mra.
Jonea la recovering nicely from the
eertoua aurglcal operation necessary.
Mra. Ray more returned Uat Friday
from Tillamook, where ahc spent
three weeka with frleada.
Laat week Mr. Frank peebler hitch
ed hla team to tbe spring wagon, and,
with hla wife and two children, start
ed for tbe Coast, expecting; to camp
along the way aa suited their con-
cenlence. Tbey will be abeent three
or four weeka.
Mamie Louenberger la apendlng the
week In Portland.
The Wittenberg family recently
removed from Zli-Zag villa, to Lenta,
Mr. Wittenberg having aecured work
In Portland. The. owner of the villa
haa aeveral men at work Improving
the place, by putting up a new front
fence, bleating rocka and atumpa, and
Dalntln the house and water tower.
J. Thornton Btrlte started last Mon
day morning on a trip Bast. Mr.
Strite will visit friends and relatives
In Montana, Kanaaa, Idaho and In
diana. He expecta to be gone about
K A man waa In town last week
looking for hopptckers to go to hie
yard near Salem. . ne secured thirty.
A crew of fourteen ere going to
K. W. Smldt's yard near Aurora.
' Fred Patterson and partner have
gone to Butte Creek to get out stone
for building purposes. They took a
tent along and will camp. '
Several aalea ot property' are re
ported about town.
Miss Annie Gardner and her sis
ter, Mrs. Blanche Walker, were In
town lately, looking up subscribers
for The Enterprise. . Sorry you did
not cell on the scribe, glrllea.
E. E. Elliott brought up a party
from Eagle Creek in hla automobile
Oeorge KIttmiller waa around last
week taking orders for R. F. D. mail
Miss Lulu Roberts entertained a
few frlenda Monday afternoon In hon
or of her thirteenth birthday.
M. M. Fead went to Oregon City
Saturday to take the teachers' exam
The neighbors surprised Mrs. Cupp
Friday evening, it being her birthday.
ira neia spent a couple 01 aaya
Isst week with her aunt, Mra. Crom
nell, of Deep Creek.
Mr. and Mra. A. W. Cooke, of Da
maacus, were up this way laat week,
calling on relatives
Mrs. Jones Is on the sick list ' Dr.
Adlx called to see her last Friday.
Miss Ruby Elliott, of Powell's Val
ley, waa the guest of her uncle, B. BL
Elliott, last week. V
' Mrs. R B. Gibson and Miss Myrtle
Woodle called on Mra. Huntington
and her lady guests laat Thursday af
ternoon. Mrs. Pease snd Miss Alice Dris
coll were entertained at dinner Sun
day by Mr. and Mra. Howlett
Mr. and Mra. Charlea Murphy, Miss
Meda Murphy, Perry - Murphy and
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Gibson took din
ner. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Woodle. . .
W. J. Wlrta will not lecture a week
from 8unday unless notice Is given
later. There will be no Sunday school
on that day unless the lecture Is
George Kelsecker's little girl, Tbel
ma. was sick last week, but Is much
C Stressor, of Portland, visited tbe
Stuckl family over Sunday.
Mlaa Bessie Badman, who haa been
spending the past three weeka with
tbe FTey family at Camp Idleawhlle,
haa returned to her home In Port
Henry Kelsecker and aeveral oth
era were hunting on Wildcat Moun
tain laat week.
Mr. and Mra. E. D. Hart. Mr. and
Mra. R. A. Chown and Miss Fannie
Searlea drove to Marmot Saturday.
Mr. and Mra. DeShaser were Port
land visitors Monday.
Mrs. B. F. Hart and John Sinclair
drove to Montavtlla last week and
brought out a load of furniture.
Mra. John Malar left Saturday for
Portland, where abe will visit a few
daya and then return to her home in
Astoria. ' " '
Mra. Nina Malar and Bertha Stuckl
drove to the Mountaina Tueaday, re
Mrs. C. Meng la visiting her .father
A. Malar. s
David Johnston and Elmer Berg'
strand, of Portland, visited at - the
Mra. W. F. Fischer and Ida 8tuckl
rode horseback to Zaata's at Snag
Camp the first of the week.
Mr. Hyten and family, of Sandy, are
ramping near Camp Idleawhlle, Mr.
Hyten la building a bridge for M. Wal
ton. .. .
Mr. and Mra. Thomas Miller and
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Miller drove to
Bull Run Sunday.
Mr. and Mra. R. A. Chown, who
have been visiting the' pest few weeks
with E. D. Hart, returned to their
home In Sioux City, la., Monday.
. Fred AH, of Portland, haa beenl
visiting relative the past week.
Mrs. P. Haltt. of SL Johna, visited
her mother, Mrs. O. M. Howe, over
- Dover la to have a rural mall de
livery after September 1.
Mr. Root, from Bull Run, haa pur
chssed the Bennle Hsrt . farm and
moved In laat Thursday.
Mr. Moxley moved to hla own home
' Mr. Shaw and family leave this
week for Portland, where they will
spend the winter.;
Mr. Rens Is cutting grain for some
of the -Eagle Creek people thla weak
Harry Wordenr and Henle Warner
left for Portland the latter part of the
week to visit relatives and menus.
J. A. 8tromgTeea had the misfor
tune of losing a fine young calf.
Mr. Swansorr, the road supervisor,
of District No. 20, Is hauling lumber
for the Mill Creek bridge, which
to be built soon.
Mr. and Mra. C 8tromgreen and
children called on Mr. and Mra. Gus.
Got t burg last Sunday.
Mr. and Mra. I. O. Dlx have moved
to Mullno. Mr. Dlx la going to sell
his place here and Intenda to go Into
store business with his father-in-law,
Mr. John Evana at Mullno.
W. E. Bonney waa a bualneaa visi
tor In Oregon City Tuesday.
Mr. ChArlle and Miss liasel Free
man, of Blwood, were callers at Col-
ton last Sunday. '
The board of directors of School
District No. 73 met Monday and hired
for the coning term Mlaa Nora Wil
son, of Q9 City, who was out
OREGON STATE FAIR
3 A LEU, Copiombcrlf-W, 1911
HOME GOr.llUQ VJEEU
LIVESTOCK, POULTRY AND AGRICULTURAL EXHIBITS.
RACES, FREE ATTRACTIONS AND AMUSEMENTS.
FERULLO'8 GREATEST BAND,
REDUCED RATES ON ALL RAILROADS.
SCUD FOR PREMIUM LIST AND ENTRY BLANKS.
FRAUCt MEREDITH, Cporcthry
Monday, accompanied by Mia Elliot
and Mr. A. O. Freel, also of Oregon
Grandma Dlx and son, U. 8., were
visiting at Dlx Brothers' sawmill at
SchubeL. last Sunday.
Mr. Swanson purchased a cow last
John Countryman made a trip to
Oregon City Saturday.
Mr. Handle and some friends from
Highland, who had been at tbe form-
time, returned laat Friday.
IT. 8. Dlx and Charlea Freeman
purchased a threshing outfit from
Mr. Henderson, at Ellwood, and were
busy repairing the engine the last
part of the week. They Intend to
start out 'threshing next week.
Phgllp ..Puts waa home from Schu
bel to apend Sunday with hla folks.
There would have been quite a
fire at Hult Brothers' sawmill, last
wek, If It hadn't been for Mr. Laf
ferty, who awoke "In tbe night and
aroused the owners and others, who
assisted In putting It out. The slab
convevor had caught fire from a slab
pile which waa on fire, and waa al
ready burning quite close to the mill
before It waa noticed.
Mrs. W. E. Bonney and daughters
were at Dodge for blackberries Wed
nesday and found quite a large quantity.
P BOTH DEFEATED
PORTLAND. Aug. . (Specie 1).
Oakland beat Portland today by a
score of 3 to 1. Vernon also lost so
the relative atandlng of the leaders
Is the aame. Pernotl la the man who
waa responsible ' for the loss of the
game by the Beavera. McCredle'a men
were powerless before the Oak's
twlrler. Stein pitched good ball,
but he waa no match today for his
husky rival In the box. Oakland
made two In the sixth and one in the
ninth, Portland scored In the fifth.
Oregon's Popular Beach Resort
An Ideal retreat for outdoor pas
times of all kinds. Hunting. Fishing.
Boating, Burf Bathing. Riding, Anto
ing. Canoeing, Dancing and Roller
Skating. Where pretty water agate,
moaa agates, moonstones, carnelana
can be found on the beach. Pure
mountain water and the beat of food
at low pricea. Fresh fish, clams, crabs
and oysters, with abundance of Tege
tablea of aU klnde dally.
Camping Grounds Convenient and At
tractive. wth atrlct sanitary regulations
LOW ROUND-TRIP SEASON
TICKETS - - ' ?
from all points In Oregon, Washing
ton and Idaho on Bale dally. -
from Southern Pacific point a Port
land to Cottage Grove; also from all
C. B. atatlona Albany and west
Good going Saturday or Sunday and
for return Sunday or Monday. '
Call on any 8. P. or C. at B. Agent
for full particulara aa to farea, trains,
achedulea, etc; also for copy of out
Illustrated booklet, "Outing In Qr
gon," or write to
GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT.
The results Wednesday follow;'
Pacific . Coast League Oakland 3,
Portland 1;- Loa Angelea 2. 8an
Francisco 1; Sacramento 4, Vernon 3.
Northwestern League Portland ' 7.
Seattle 5; Vancouver 8, Spokane 4;
Tacoma 8, Victoria S.
.. American league Washington f.
St. Louis 4; Philadelphia a; Chicago
?; Cleveland 8, Boston 6; New York
3, Detroit S.
National league New York 11,
Chicago 5; Pittsburg 7. Philadelphia
I; St. Louis 4. Brooklyn 3; Cincin
nati S. Boston 3.
Paclf o Coast.
.. , W.
Vernon . .
Sacramento . .
Loa Angelea .
68 68 .653
'. 71 . , 6 .64
.... 69 66 .616
.... 66 ' 66 .604
.... 63 66 .484
.... 63 7 .403
W. L. P.C
.... 69 46 .600
.. 66 48 .87
.... 60 63 .634
., ...... 61 64 .630
,6a 66 .194)
39 84 pT
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