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CSSGOIf CITY, OREGON
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of merit, with Interest to local readers,
will be gladly accepted. Rejected manu
scripts never returned unless sorompan
tea by au.mii to prepay poataaa.
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
Aua. 16 In American History.
1777 (Jen era 1 Nichols Uervimer. hero
' of the battle of Orlskany. died;
. born about t715. Buttle of Ben
nington. Vt: British defeated.
1812 Detroit was urreDdered to the
. British by HuIL
182v-Cbarles Coteaworth Plnckney.
American soldier and statesman.
' author of the Immortal phrase,
' ."Millions for defense, bat not on
cent for tribute.' died In Charles
ton; bom 1740.
1908-1. W. A. MacDonald, known aa
America's oldest sculptor, died at
Yonkers. N. T.r born 1824.
.1910 Ez-Presldent Roosevelt was de
feated by New York Republican
elate committee for temporary
chairman of atate convention.
On the theory that be Will prove a
successful runner Speaker Walker of
the Massachusetts lower boose wants
the republican nomination for gover
H . .
Thst Connectlcu man who says
that he can live on 26 cents a week
may eventually reduce It to "23."
Pasedena, a babeless town and not
a word .from the Colonel!
It will be noted that those seven
Neveda Indiana took to the warpath
Just when Dr. Wiley complained that
he waa getting to much town in his.
Definitions of Man.
Man has been defined by Aristotle
as "a reasoning animal." by Plato as
"a political animal. by Dante as "a
ridiculous animal." by Varchl and by
John Flake as "an Improvable animal."
Jioerbave calls men "mnd worked up
br tbe hand of God.
Watsr, Water Evsrywhrl
. Life's an aquatic meet some awlm.
gome dive, some back water, some
float and tbe rest alnk. I.lfe. -
Read the Morning Enterprli e.
1AM happy to learn that
in the United States of
America under the
leadership of men en
joying the HIGHEST AU
THORITY with the people
thd more judicious members of
the community are fervently
desirous of maintaining the advantages of
To compose differences, to restrain the outbreak of hostilities, to
prevent the dangers of war, to remove even the anxieties of so called
ARMED PEACE, is indeed most PRAISEWORTHY, and any
effort In this cause, even although it may not immediately or wholly
accomplish its purpose, manifests nevertheless a zphI which cannot
but redound to the CREDIT of its authors and be of benefit to tha
state. ' ; . . ,
THII IS ESPECIALLY TRUE AT THE PRESENT DAY, WHEN
VAST ARMIES. INSTRUMENTALITIES MOST DESTRUCTIVE TO- HU
MAN Lift. AND THE ADVANCED STATE OF MILITARY SCIENCE
PORTEND WARS WHICH MUST BE
THE MOST POWERFUL RULERS, SOMETHING NOT TO. BE SAID
OF INTERNATIONAL PEACE.
I most heartily .commend the work already begun, which should
bo approved by ALL good men. J
I do not doubt that the same distinguished men who possess so
much ability and such wistfom in affairs of state will construct in lx
ThalAa RTT?nnnT TMn AflF a rovnl rnnd for the nations lesdiriff
to peace and conciliation in accordance with the laws of justice and
charity, which should be SACREDLY observed bv all -
HIDES (Buying Green hides. So
to 6c; sailers, sVto to He; dry hides,
12o to 140. Shiep pelta, 16c to T6e
each. e '
DRIED FRUITS -locel prices are
firm at from So to lOo on apples and
prunes, peaches are ivo.
8ALT Selling SOo to 0c tor One,
SO lb. aack. half ground 40c; TS for
100 lb. sacks. I--.'
Portland Vegetable Markets.
SACK VEGETABLES Carrots,
$1.25011.50 per sack; parsnips, $1.35
ff$1.50; turnips, $l.25C$1.69; beets,
$1.60. . .' : .
VEGETABLES Asparagus, 90c
$1.75 per crate; cabbage, new. $2 per
hundredweight; cauliflower. $1.0
$1.75 per doten celery, California, 76c
ft 90c per dosen; cucumbers, $1,500
$2.25 per doien; eggplant. 15o per lb.;
garlic, 1UcQ12o per pound; lettuce,
SOo per doten; hothoua lettuce, $1.50
C$1 per box; peas, (vfrllc per
pound; peppers, 30c 36c par pound;
radishes, 15o per doten ' -rhubarb. IHc
So per pound; sprouts, 9c; tomatoes,
ONIONS Jobbing prions; 'Oregon
$2.75 per 100; Australian, $3.50 per
100; Texas, $2.25 per crate: Callfor-
nla, $2 per crate
Oregon City Stock Quotation.
HOGS Hoge are quoted He lower.
From 125 lbs, to 150 lbs. 9f, from
150 lbs. to 200 lbs. 8c.
BACON, LARD and HAM. are Arm
VT4M. CALVES Veal calves orlng
from 8c to toe according to grade.
BEEF STEERS Bee! steers for
the local niarketa are fetching Hc to
6HC live e-eigot.
SHEKP i nrui at tc to So Ils
weight v "
Quotarrana tor Oregon City.
POTATOES Best, Buying 14 cents
L. Ft jOUR A ND FEED Flour Is
steady, selling from $5 to $5 o0; very
little of cheaper grades.
OATS (Buyng) Gray. $23 to $24.
white, from $25 to $26.
BI7TTSR (Buying) Ordinary
country brings from 15c to 20c,
fancy dairy from 20c to 22c. cream
ery 22c to 25a
EGGS Best grade 25 cents.
POULTRY (Buying Firm with lit
tie good stock offered. Good hens are
bringing 12c. Old roosters are in poor
demand, broilers bring from 16c to 18c,
with good demand.
WOOL (Buying) "oo! prices are
ranging from 14 to 17 cents.
FEED Shorts $29 to $30; rolled
barley, $31.60 to $32.50; process bar
ley, $33.00; whole corn, $39.00;
cracked corn, $40.00; wheat $32.00
to $33; oil meal, $53; Shady Brook
dairy feed, $1.25 per hundred pounds.
HAT (Buying.) Timothy $16 to
$17; clover $9 to $10; oat hay, best,
$12; mired, $10 to $12; alfalfa, $12 to
Monster Mosquitoes. '
The late Henry Guy Carleton, tbe
noted playwright, lived at Atlantic
City. and. wheti the tuoxqultos were
bad. be would tell liU Madras moa
qui to atory.
There are no mosiioltim." he would
begin. "In Brittany, and n Breton wom
an, about to emigrate to Madras, was
warned by a friend: '
"'Beware of Ibe Mndrna mosquitoes.
They have long suckers hnnging from
their heads, and they will draw the
very llfeblood out of you.'
"The Breton womnn Hrrlved In Mad
raa duly. and. as she dlKenjhiirkt-d. she
aaw three elephants drawn up near the
"'Clel she cried. 'Are these mo
Cholly What's the matter, Fwank,
deah boy? Fwank-Oh. Cholly. Ethel
tells me she loves another: Cholly
What hard luck after your devotion!
Fwank-Hard luck! Why. Cholly. In
the last six months ber father's dog
has bitten me nine times!
Snoscrlbe for tbe Dally Enterprise
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aa during the Extra Special Offer un
til 6 p. m August 24.
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f AN . AKl)l 1 CK
Gamaliel Swallows aa Anctait
By CLARISSA MACKIE
T Copyright by American Press Asso
iwm i i minimi unl
"Here comes Aunt Alvaretta," said
Elsie listlessly from her seat In the
bow window. ."I wonder wbat ha
happened. She's got her knit hood on
over her sweeping csp, and she Is run
ning across the orchard.
Mrs. Tarsona leaned over her daugh
ter's shoulder and peered at the tall
angular figure hurrylug through the
orchard that divided the two iuses
"Maybe Gamaliel has had another fit.
That cat will be the death of Alvaretta
with his fits and finicky ways; she's
worried over him half the time. I'll
open the door for her." She went to
the side porch and awaited her sister's
Alvaretta came np- the narrow path
between the rows of chrysanthemums,
her prunella shod feet flashing In and
out of tbe dead leaves and her faded
face quite pink with excitement.
"la It Gamaliel r called Mrs. Tarson
eagerly aa ber sister drew near.
Miss Tuee stopped short and stared.
"Is what Gamaliel T"
"I thought perhaps that cat had an
other flt,"Teturned Mrs. Farsons sharp
ly; "he's alwaya catting up some sort
"Gamaliel's all right." assnied Al
varetta calmly aa she followed her sis
ter Into the warm sitting room. "How
are you. Easier Haven't yon finished
those pillowcases yet?"
"This Is the last one." answered El
sie, rising to offer her aunt a rocking
chair. "When we saw you running.
Aunt Alvaretta. we thought something
nad happened." She resumed her own
seat and bent ber fair head above tbe
"Something unusual did bappon.
averred Miss Lee with mystertons
nods of ber head. "I'll have to take
off my - knit hood; It's hotter'n sll
get out In this room. For the land if
I haven't got on my sweeping cap!
Well, it's all in tbe story of what hap
pened when I was cleaning the garret
"What happened?" queried Mrs. Par
sons Impatiently as she picked up ber
needles and knitted furiously at some
white lace she wss making for her
Miss Lee removed her sweeping csp
snd twirled It thoughtfully on one Ion?
finger, her keen, blnck eyes watrhlnp
Elsie's downcast face as she told her
"As I was saying, I cleaned the gar
ret tbls morning, or X was Just begin
ning to when I decided I'd rlenn out
that little closet nnder the rafters.
There was a little hah trunk tlint be
longed to Grandmother Lee. and It
bad all sorts .of truck In It. I won't
tell you all the stuff there was tucked
away In that trunk. Some rnlny day
you can come. Emellne. .and well look
It over. Bnt among other thlnm there
was a little pasteboard box anil Inside
of It was a little scrap of lace, marked
"Ann Lee's wedding vi-l!.' That was
your great-grandmother. Elsie! There
was a scrap of the wedding pwn and
then screwed up In a little piece of pa
per was tbls bit of grandmother's wed
ding cake!" Alvaretta triumphantly
held up a twist of yellowed paper,
whtch he carefully unfolded to dis
cover a morsel of dark, fruity cak
with a few flecks of Icing clinging to
"I'm going to give It to Elsie to
dream on." said Miss I slouly.
Elsie's pale face 11 imbed hotly and
she shrank back In ber chair with a
protesting gesture of her band. "You
needn't laugh at me. Aunt Alvaretta."
she said tremulously. "You know I
don't have to dream on wedding cSke
my fate's been decldrdfor me." She
shot a bitter glance at her mother's
Mrs. Parsons arose itnd went to tbe
plant stand in tbe window, where she
proceeded. to pick the dead leaves from
the geranluma with quick, nervous ges
tures that betrayed her Inward per
"I didn't know Elule bid decided
she was going to mnrry Jerome Bar
clay. I thought she was sort of teeter
ing between him and Rob narrlst"
blurted Miss Alvaretta, getting upon
her feet "I've never taken much stock
in your notion of hoi lug lUsle get ber
wedding clothes rendy before she'd
made up her mind."
"I never snld I wanted ,'Jo marry Je
rome Barclay. I I-can't bear him!"
flashed Elsie, with umusuiiI spirit
Mrs. Parsona turned a cold face to
ward ber daughter. "I thought it was
Dnderstod."sbe said sererely. "that
yon was to marry Jerome. He snld
he wouldn't take W for an answer,
and he says you can keip hired help
and yon needn't do a stroke of work
If yon don't want tJ. II can afford
to bare you live like a lndy.v lie left
a di'tnond ring for you to wear, and
be told die to Are shea J and get th
rlothes ready. He says he knows yon
will be ready. I don't want to Influ
ence you. Elsie, but" I've hnd to work
so hard all my"Hfelt seems as If I
couldn't, have yon let such a good
chance go by." - She looked appealing
ty at tbe mutinous far of her dsugh
"I wouldn't mind working hard for
some folks." half sobbed the girl,
turning ber eyes awsy.
Mrs. Parson sighed and resumed
ber picking of the dead leaves from !
the geraniums. ! didn't know loat
Rob bad given you the ihauee Is 1
yes or no," she said bitterly. v
Flddlestkkar sulffed Miss Alvaret
ta. with a toss of her bead. "I g'"
Bob aud Elsie kuow whether they
want to marry each other without any
blgufalutlng talk alui It. Kob Hat
rts Is poor, but he's smart s a whip
and bound to make his mark In the
world. He's got more glngfr In his
little finger than Jerome llanlay bus
In bis whole lasy body. I don't be
lieve In Interfering with oilier folk'a
business, aud I shan't Influence Els'e
either way. but I think it s tnT
she should have a chance, snd ho.
Miss Alvaretta held out the bit of
wedding cake In Ita twist of paper and
dropHl It in ber ulwes outstretched
baud. "Elsie Parsons, you lake Unit
rake and put It under jour 'UI"W '
night If you dream atut K1 Har
ris you can take It that It's your fate
to marry him and nobody else. If
you dream of anybody else I reckon
It's your duty to marry them whoever
they are. Therel I've got to 1 go
ing. Gamaliel will be wanting his
With a pressure of Elsie's timid and
a defiant glunce at the thin disap
proving back of her slater. Miss Alva
retta marched out of the room.
When she hnd dlsspMirvd through
the aisles of leafless trees Mrs. Tnr
sons turned arouud. "1 boie you're
not going to take any stock In that
"Mother, I'm going to have my
chance." she said quietly. "I'll prom
ise to abide by whatever I dreaiu
about tonight If 1 dream about Je
rome Barclay I'll tell you the truth."
"I'll do tbe best I can by you. Elsie,
whichever way yon happen to dream.
said Mrs. Parsons after a long pause.
Thank you,, mother," said Elsie,
and then they talked of other mutter,
and Elsie's lovers were not mentioned
again that afternoon.
After supper there came a scratching
and niewlngat" the side-door "It's
Gamaliel." said Elsie ss she asnse to
admit Miss Alvaretta big Mack cat
"I suppose he's come over to spend the
"The most ungrateful critter that
ever lived, remarked Mrs. -Parsons ns
she placed a saucer of milk for tho
unexpected guest. "Alvaretta waits
on tbnt cat hand and foot and fire
nights out of the week he runs over
here to sleep. I shouldn't think you'd
want him sleeping In your room. El
sie." While she undressed Elsie thought
of tbe wedding cake and of what she
might dream while Its magic lay so
near her bead, but she forgot It afier
all until she was about to step Into
bed. Then ahe groped in tbe darkness
and found the twisted bit of paper on
the bureau and tucked It under ber
She thought persistently of Jerome
Barclay, while she tried to banish him
from her mind, and so she fell asleep
and dreamed of him clear, . vivid
dreams of automobile rides srouud the
surrounding country aud Into the ml
Jaeent cities as Jeruue Barclay's wife;
dreams that were so real that she re
membered every detail of each one
when she awoke to a realization that
her test had failed to grant her heart's
desire. Not once bad she even thought
of Bob Harris In tbe misty hind of
Gamaliel yawned sleepily on bis
cushion and bounced off Indignantly
as tbe door was cautiously pushed
open and Mrs. Parsons' face was
"Well. Elsie, what did yeu dream?"
she asked, with assumed lightness.
Elsie sat up In bed and swept the
fair bnir back from her dejostcd face.
"I dreamed of Jerome Barclay, moth
er," she said heroically. "So I'll mnr
ry him just as I said I would."
Mrs. Parsons advanced Into the room
and picked up a scrap of paper from
the floor. "What's this?" she asked.
"What did you do with the cake. El
sie?" The girl stared and then slipped ber
band hastily under tbe pillow and
drew forth a acrewed up piece of pa
per. "Here It Is no why. mother. I
made a mistake and put a curl paper
nnder tbe pillow instead ( of tbe wed
ding cake!" Tlie color came Into her
cheeka and ber eyes danced as they
bad not done In months. She was
getting some of her old time spirit
beck. "There Isn't any charm aliout
dreaming on a curl paper, 1 there,
mother?" she asked demurely.
"No, there isn't." said Mrs. Parsons
shortly. "Elsie. I believe that Gama
liel ate that cake. See, this Is the pa
per with a few crumbs left In It. I
found It near his cushion. Therel
See blm eat the rest of It!" She look
ed resentfully at Gamaliel as be swal
lowed the remaining crumbs and lick
ed bis Hps appreciatively.
"I forgot to say, Elsie, that Hob
narris Is downstairs waiting to see
you. He says he can't go till be does.
I expect your Aunt AJ,vareti! had
something to do about getting him
over here. He looks powerfully wor
ried. He's got a little automobile to
attend to his business with. I've ask
ed Rob to stay to breakfast You let
ter hnrry." She opened the door and
tumbled over the active Gamaliel.
"Drat that cat! Thieving old repro
bate!" she scolded, departing. "I'm
glad you dreamed what yon did.
child," she called back.
Elsie snatched Gamaliel to ber heart
and kissed him rapturously. "You're
the dearest old thing, and you shall
wear a white ribbon," ahe whispered
in his perky ear. Then from below
there came a prolonged and familiar
whistle thsf was echoed Itr her heart
She crept to the window and answer
ed It happily, tremulously.
From across the orchard Aunt Al
va ret la's voice sounded, calling:
Ths Main Pelnt.
"Say, dad. glnnie a dime."
"Your wnrrls are abrupt and even
coarse, my son. Vqh shenld anyv 'Fa
ther, will yon nh'lge-me wlia, 10eents7
That sounds very mm b better."
Well, do I get Itr-Clev: land Plain
Dealer. i ;.
"Well, Johnny, don't you wish that
you were a grown 6p mnnT",
"You bet I do." J
"But 'why r
"So that people! wouldn't ask me
such fool questions, "-New York Jour
Notable Feature of the Amcr
lean Exposition of Brew
lag Machinery,' Materials.,
and Products Eminent
Experts on the Committee
Mich.; Profsssor C. f Pull. 81. Paul.
Minn.; Professor Alfrrd Atkinson. ll""
msn. Mont.: l'rofr P-nssM"".
North Uakols; 'r..fror II Isrtur.
Corvallls. Ora ; Professor K. t. Pn'l.
an. Utah: Ifofsssur U. W. Thali-hsr,
Pullman, Wash J I'rutrssor H. A. Muuis.
Clsanlng Bsrlsy rer .
One of tho principal dlmvulilos thai
have obtalued In the crowing ' l'"'l.'
as well as other crop' Is that sulll
dent attention has not been UI to
BAD AND STSM Of WHITS CH S HAHLST.
the seed, not only In' the matter of
fanning out all dead snd deuenerato
berries, so as to seed only good Slid
live grain and produce a good crop
where no grains will fall to spront,
but also because there has been a lark
of uniformity as to variety or strain.
This Is srlias of more than ordinary
lmiHrtauce In the case of barley and
Is oue of tho matters that will engaKe
the attention of the barley and hop ex
hi hit Ion nt Chicago In October, l'Jll.
Tbe burley which Is imsl for malting
puriHises la put throned nn artificial
process of sprouting In ina-ts. In which
necessarily all grains are treated alike.
It stands to reason, however, that
where plump aud thin grains, mellow
and flinty ones, starchy aud albuminous
grains are all steeped and sprouted
under-like conditions they will neces
sarily grow differently and ( annul )tcld
a uniform malt. This i-ausei scrli.u
troubles to the rousciuer whi-u h.
works up the malt In the further proc
essis of manufacture and uiniiea It
dlUlcult for blm to finish off a iinlfor.n
product It stands to reason th.it
where tbe different kinds of fra'ns urn
all seeded In the some soil In like man
ner at the same season aud grow uudi r
1he same weather conditions the Ur
rles of different characters cannot po;
slbly develop alike. Tbe resu.t will he
tin uneven stand, dl (Terences In tho
time of maturing, dlScrcut action lu
the stack, etc.
Different strains of barley will grow
differently ou different soils sud In
In order to produce ths- best crops
vrhlch will nlo h tho most abundant
It Is therefore necessary to use pnro
slrnlns. or. as the scientists call them.
"lcdlgree" grnlu, where all the berries
are of tho same variety or strain and
will ls-Imve alike under slmlln condi
tions. It 1m also necessary to II ml by
experiment wliut particular strain Is
best suited to certain soils and ell-
HBAO AND STKM OF M ANl'HllHIA IWU.LST
mates and oNo whnt metWof ,.inil
tag and cultivation 1. best od .ptcl to
the varieties and type.
A graat Cenl ,)f work hB,
along these lines by scientific Investl
gators, particularly nt the agrlr-nlinrnl
experiment stations of Wis,,,,,,,,, Z
Minnesota. These scientific men are
jervlng or, the committee o award.
oibl's rosoaa caass.
blue and hu.
t,i. " wu,,e- '"Ck and
Pongee trimmed with . heavy.!,,..
makes s rhi.n.i.. . '
.iri ir a gown ror a lltti.
J.--. of It for ,hye.k:,r0tf ZhZZ
nsed for tbla dress. - y
Pstronl2e our advertlaers.
l mt i
vau have notleed that those who gel ahead In tha
0.nera"y those whe are good mansoere-whe h., M
eare or insir .
It I aonCtOSO ins ww.. - - -
a Income snd have a growing
There are Just as many reasons why YOU should hav. TT
count at this bank a. there are
"'Vo'r in ao . u. Hll th.m yeu.
The Bank of Oregon City
m nrcT BANK IM THE COUNTY
I) 0 I.ATOUKtCTT Preside"
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of OREGON CITY, OREGON
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nds for arch
anil sail all
all kinds of
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your new one
KOK 8AI.K Kle room cottage, elec
tric ugnis, not snu com water,
basement, on the hill, central, one
block from bluff. Thla is a bar
gain for 1.400. Inquire or write
3U1 Third street, Orexon City.
KUIt SALE iool (iasnllne launch,
cheap for cash. Impilre 1204 Sev
enth HI reel, Oregon City. 61
IIAItHINO -WAI.DKN Tracts.. Acre
tracts, garden sud fnilt land, level,
fine view, one hulf mllo to raiilne
at (iladiitoiie, sold on Installments
or terms to suit. Irniuife 1 003 Main
street. . 8. Clyde, agent. For
bargains In houses, lota and land,
see H 8. Clyde, 1003 Main street.
KARM l)AN3 Dlmlck Dimlck,
Lawyers, Oregon Clty.'or.
O. D. KHY, Attorney sMjiw. Money
loaned, ahatrscts furnished, laud
titles eiamlned. es'atea settled, gen
eral law business 1 (tank
U'llEN SCIIUETIKU Attorneys-st
lw, Iwutsrher Adol.st. will prao
tlce In all courts. n,ale col setlon
and settietren's Office In Knter
pilxe llldg.. Oregon ntv, Oregon
BUILDER AND CO "va ACTOf.
HUHV JOM-S-lluilde, and (Teneral
ontrsclor Rstlniatas ch-i full)
g'ren on sll clJNHes o hulldliif
wotk, rotirrele .sll ma reliiforeef
eonerei, He, Phone Main 111.
Ct)OPISI. For n ,..
nrt Real r.statn. I,t u( handle
vou- prnpertlaa-. ,,.,y ,,, n
y-hsnge. Office In Knsrprlse
Mk.. Oreron City. Oregon.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of THI
8TATE OF OREGON FOH
Helen M. Qnlnn. Vlalntlir, v.. Ritchie
To lo.ehi,. Ulmi, fln,..0 n ,
,Non'KCfAM5 0F T,,B HTATB OF
pla it filed sgalnKt y,,u lhe tboT-
any of the tlm0 prescribed by the
mT"?""" f """ of
'I ', 7": on or tfor. the
Jo the court for the relief prayed
for ln .aid comnlnlnt. to-wlt- For
pwwifiSs 'a fX;tr d,:T,fng
br nir'Vdupon you
woekg m ih: "U uccesslve
ftirsuant to .n nr Enf-Pf'a
' Conrt of Vald nl? f th Cmtn
Attorney f0r PlftlnU,
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Oven tram t a., M,, J
Cor. Vaughn and Twnty-fft. J
August I , 10, 11, 12, u
Qamea Begin Wetkdayt kt
Sundays. 2:30 P, M.
LAOIM' DAY srioay. I
Doys U"dei II Pree to BUaa;'
"dnesday. : j
THE WORLDS GREATEST SEWIKStr:
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ttbuUlaor afiMl ll.na.l f'aMal i
Hrwlua Marions wnu Is j
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VV. L. MARSHALL.
J50 Morrison t ortli
Buy a Home
100 down and 12 s swst
takea this comfortable slt-nst
bouse and lot. House m vra .
for leotrlolty. - tot tli
Some fruit on place. vYH
cated on Madison 8LI'A'
A snap at ,
E. P. Elliott and fc
7th and Main flts, by Mr
10 atEWARO 1
Tor tha arrest sn wsnew
of ny person or Pr11. "
unlawfully remove copies w
Morning - Enterprise rron
premises of subscribers
paper has been placed tit
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Is on sale at the following
very day: .
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