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About Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 16, 1911)
MORNING ENTERPBISE, .WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 16, 1911
Eajtalra Farm Ara Much Um4 aa)
Tallarad Suit. ,
H Shoemakers' hl are used on atreet
boe and tMMXa. while tb Umla XV.
hcela aqa reaerred for availing eboea.
drpp aallor collar of whlla ot
rtiffoo or ntooaeellne appeara an many
f tbe amaxtea aKmrnlna; gowaa of
' Etfo tbe taDored ault has rarefied
. to the empire form, aod practlcall all
Read This Eveg v Morning
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the skirta completing tailored suits ara
bans from thejitgh side blt, ranging
from ooa and ooe-balf to three Inches
' Dog collars of Jet nail beads ara be
comlnr to a blond.
- novelty of tba seaaoa la ahlrred
linings to parasols, to fire a sort of
canopy affect when tba parasol la
raised. One of these with a thin silk
cover of pale pink had tba lining of
deep rose that five a pretty abaded ef
fect. Very fashionable ara the ' empire
acarfa with drawn work and chanting
lace. Long boas of ostrich plnjnes are
This apron with high neck and long
sleeves Ji suitable for a child's pla
lip. or It may be made to wear over
another frock. It can be cut with high
or square neck and may be made with
or without sleeves or pockets. Linen,
gingham and white lawn ara soluble
materials for tba apron.
This Mar Manton pattern Is cut In alxre
for a child of two. four or six years. BemI
IS eanta.to this office, siring number. 7061.
and tt try ba promptly torrded to you
by mail. If .hi haste send an additional
two cant stamp for letter poetaa-e, which
inauraa mora prompt delivery.
With Double Tunica
treating Bands Warn.
An idea which la taking every one's
fancy by storm Is the summer m afr
it may be . made In anything pretty.
The elaborate dinner rings designed
some time ago for wear on the little
finger are gradually becoming tiasse.
Skirts are no longer plain, but show
double tunics or contrasting bands of
black at the border edges. The hang-
lng panel at the back is almost uni
versal, and bottoms are now mora
Curia and pnffa ara osed in profusion,
and quantities of falae hair are still
absolutely necessary. Infantile atyles
Flat little pump bowa of Irish lace
against tiny wings of plaited hem
stitched linen ara among the small bits
of neckwear, and small bowa of black
velvet or black satin still besd Jabots.
This circular skirt may be made In
a great variety of ways. For Inatance,
It tnny be fashioned with a mm down
the front or wltbont It may have tbe
train square or round or m y be made
without It. Tbe back may be adorned
with a panel or may be made without
It The tklrt may be trimmed with
a band of lace, bat this decoration la
not required The train and panel ara
cut separately. XTJDIC CHOLLET.
This May Mantoaj pattern la cut to alaae
for a twenty-two to thirty-two Inch waist
measure. Band W eents to thla office e1v
Ins aomber, TORI and It will ba promptly
forwarded to you by asafl. If la haate
aand aa additional twe cent stamp for let
tec poataaa, whlob, Insure mora prompt
Socrates, oa being invited by
ArtheJaus to came to his house and
he would make him rich, sent this
response, that in Athena a measure
of flour could ba bought for a cent,
and there was water in the puhGc
fountains. If my things do Dot
seem sufficient for me,' "it added,
I adapt trrseJf to I hem. and
they become eufhoenL PlilUrch.
E vei?y W&mute Count Fxom Now Till
- September 2nd
From now is going to be tne'most exciting period of the campaign and you should not sacrifice your good work
of the past; but make an extra effort to get in the lead and stay there. Any of you can do it if yon go at in a
determined manner. In the words of Patrick Henery: "THE RACE IS NOT TO THE STRONG
ALONE BUT TO THE VIGILANT, THE ACTIVE AND THE BRAVE. " M. Strive your utmost and
the reward will be yours. The first grand awards, those beautiful Kimball Pianos are now on display at
at Huntley Bros. Company and Bosch's Big Furniture Store. Candidates and friends are invited to call and
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Two Upright Kimball Pianos
Purchased from . Portland's! Leading Music House
EILERS' & CO., 7th and Alder Sts.
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The Elnterpnse has used every care
in the selection of these prizes.and has
secured scholarships in two of the fore
most educational institution in the
State of Oregon.;
TWO SOLID GOLD
WATCHES (Ladles site) -
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The Leading Jewelers
of 619 Main St., Oregon'Citf, Or.
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