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About Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 17, 1911)
MOItNINQ ENTEItPHlSE, TiipjiHDAV, AUGUST 17, 1911.
n DHi uoi aaen ror IS yeara, return
ad u Oreron City Wedneaday anJ
ara vlaltlng at tba home of Mr. and
lAst Of End Sgflsoa Sftfo
ira. uarar ailllor. or Heventh .ir..l
They war accompanied to Ihla City
, by Mr. and Mra. Kdmlaton. Th i.t.
tar Hill spend Iba wek at tha Minor
rj(1 th( indHiwn aals, want fo alean up all our sum
all va aek la If thara la any member of lha ' family
I noma. Mra. ureen and eon will leave
;tho Utter pait of the wk fur tbIr
boina In California.
Mr. and Mra. I). C. Robblna ' war
C aolna lo do any buying this week send them here, aa our
r J, B,r graMir than avar ihla waek."
Igueata jueaaay at a blrtnday pert
i t t ;
Remember this store is for the Men as well
given ny ma firmer a aiater, Mra. Y.
, C Ullleaple, of Portland.
Mr. and Mra. W. A. Oradon. of Port
land, vlaltad Mr. and Mra. J. C. Brad
ley Sunday. Mr. (jradon la a brother
as the Ladies ana Children.
or Mra. isradley.
pension Bridge Cor.
filling tha M,
L.m i,hnkf. of Hhubel. waa
Ity on weonoauay.
rank, of Mutlno. waa In thla
U bulnuM Wedueaday.
tni Mra. llrthold. ff Eldorado,
li thla city on- Tuaaday.
L. M.vfleld. of Highland, waa
En rlir Wednesday on bualneaa.
fob 8cbft of t'arua, waa among
iriton City vlsltora on Wednee-
L Charles Stuart, of Carus, waa
be tha Orvgon C ity viaitora on
Ira, Tulr avanlnr. to tba wlfa
Itrlrt E. Naah, of Heventh street,
In Tout (lelbrlrb. of Naw Era,
id thlt city on Tuesday, tno gueel
ilkolt ataia will leave tha ElactrK
Ll each day at 1 o'clock p. in.
In Frances llrownall, of Eleventh
, returned homa weaneaaay.
i tNk'i stay at Seaside.
Blllirn drlaenthwalte. of Beaver
Ik, a well known farmer, waa In
Hty on tmslneaa Wadnaaday.
M. Pur it. of Roaeburc. waa In
Hty on btialnraa Wedneaday. and
registered at tha Elartrlc I Jot el.
Via Buarh. Harry and LJonol Gor
ton Wednesday morning; for New.
bra they will apnd a wek
it BIMa Study Haas of Mountain
will be held at tha homa of Mra.
Qui no thla afternoon at I
k Nelson and daughter, Mlaa
M. after spending two weaka at
aoa Bearh, have returned to Ore-
' E. A. Hummer fnrmarl fif Or.
Cttr. bis moved hli office to 1017
Nt building, Portland.
Mra. W. I Ultla, who baa bean
spudding tba paat two waaka at the
Hotel Moore, Heaetde, baa returned to
ber borne In thla city.
Mra. J. W. Norrla baa returned from
tba Ht. Vlnnent'a lloapllal, where oha
recently uuderwent an operation for
appxndlrltla. Mra. Norrla la Itnpror
Jug rapidly, and la able to walk. .
Dr. Abrahameon, Mr.' Frledmau and
C. lieuben, of I'ortlaud, paaaed
tbrougb tbla city on Wedneaday on
th.lr way to WUholt, where tbey will
apend a week.
A. E. Dellaven, of Ureabam, waa
tranaaclliig bualneaa In tbla city Wed
neaday and waa reglatered at tba
Henry Fromong, Albert Fromong,
and Clyde Dollar formed a party that
left for tha mouniaJna Wedneaday,
where aeveral weeka will' ba apeut
bunting and flahlng.
1 will aollcli at John Adama' atora
for bopplckera on Auguat 1Mb, 17th
and ISHb. Yard between Dallaa and
Mra. Jonaa, wlfa of He. Jonea, of
Clackaraaa, who recently underwent
a aerloua otwratlon at the boapltal
In Portland, baa been brought to ber
home at Claekamaa. Bba baa allgbtly
Mra. TPv Randall and daugbter
Velma, and MUa Margaret lioyd, "a
profeaalonal nurae of Portland, and
a alater of Mra.. Randall, wbo nav
been apendlng several weeka In South
ern Oregon, have returned to Oregou
Mleaee Mary and Helen Lucaa, who
bava ben vlaltlng their grandparenta,
Mr. and Mra. W. U. Lucaa, of Ie ban
on. returned to their home at Park
place 'on Wedneaday morning.
Mra. 8. GUlott will leave on Friday
for HUUboro, where aha will vlalt
ber two alatera. Mra. Otto Wohler and
Mra. J. M. Miller, and alao with ber
brother. Frank Franc I a. sbe will re
main for a (Knit ten daya.
Bay, 'you amoker! Nobel baa Juat
received 8.000 Porto Rico clgara:
very fine; la Iota to ault. 1 w
Mlaa Rutb lAtourett left Wednea
day morning for lt lake near the
foot of Mount Hood, where a he will
apend aeveral weeka In company with
Mr. and Mra. I K. Latourette and
Mlaa Fred latourette, of Portland.
Mra. Strang, of Beaalda, and Frank
Bager. of Portland, were In tbla city
on Tueaday, having coma to tbla city
on account of tba aerloua lllneaa of
tbelr mother. Mra. Iten Noyer, who
waa operated upon Saturday for ap
pendlcltla. Mra. Oreen and aon Lyle, of Cblco,
Cal., who arrived In tbla city about
on month ago, and who bava been
vlaltlng the former'a alater, Mra. John
Edmluaton, of Heaver Creek, whom
Harveatlng la wogreaelng alowlr.
While hauling lumber from C. K.
Hui'prlHe'a mill. Joe Powera' team be-
came frightened, throwing him out
and hurting hla aboulder.
Mr. Hwan lg hauling lumber from
lllttner's mill to Kxtiwada.
Curtla Martin, of Oregon City, vlalt
ed rclatlvea In El wood laat week.
Mr. and Mra. L Ilaker went to Ea-
tarada laat Friday.
Mra. Amy Hulberi, of Eatacada,
vlalted her former homa and pa rent a
Mr. and Mra. I Ilaker. laat week.
Mra, Ktahlnecker land Mra. A Hoe
Henderaon vlalted Mra. Illttner and
Grandma Dnrman, who la up In tha
elghtlea, yet very atrong. She recelr
ed a "poatcard ahower" on her laat
A. Ilntidrraon aold a cow and calf
to Mr. Erlcaon for $35.
John Park la night watchman at tha
fthlngle and Bpool mllla on Clear
Mra. Lydla Park, Rutb and Mattle
Maplcthorpaa were viaitora at Mra.
U Ilakcr'a Saturday evening.
A relative la vlaltlng Mra. Johnaon.
It la reported the vlaltor la Intending
buying 20 acre a of tha Jobnaon farm.
The young people of El wood held a
party at Mr, Freeman'a. All report
an enjoyable time.
A. 8. Handeraon delivered an able
and Intereatlng eermon Sunday eve
Elmer Dibble and family were
gueat of Mr. and Mra. Stahlnecker'a
Mr. Kdward Dibble, while after hla
cowa, fell, atiiklng on a rock, cutting
hla head and brulalng bla aboulder
Mr. Frank nittner re porta profita
ble bualneaa from bla new atora on
little Clear Creek.
Mra. Delia Vallen Mra M. Burfna
and daughter Mra. Zella Oatrend,
apeut a delightful day vlaltlng tha
camp on Utile Clear Creek.
Leater Cardinan and family have
moved to their Hul farm home near
"Ara you going hopplrklng?" la the
question of the day. Peraona here
think Aurora la tha only place to go.
George Zlnxerllng, who baa been
working for O. Haberlacb. for two
montha, baa gone to Park place to help
hla mother, V
Mra. V. Wlckland and children bava
gone to the bearh.
Mr. Mllla, or Vancouver, vlalted bla
aon D. D. Mllla.
M. Shearer baa aold bla farm to a
man from the Eaat.
Watle C. Clarke and mother were In
Oregon Cltv on Monday.
Mr. and Mra. Henrlcb and Mra.
Ereckaon and her children apent Bun
day afternoon on the Zlg-tag farm.
Leo McCahe haa realgned bla poal
tlon aa aawer with tbe Jobnaon Mill
Company and la homa helping hla
father on tha ranch.
WE GIVE SERVICE
WE GIVE SERVICE
Toast is the foundation for many delicious dishes
Welsh Rarebits, Asparagus, Club Sandwiches, etc.
But if these ordinarily toothsome viands are served on
charred, or soggy, or brittle Toast, they lose their de
PERFECT TOAST can be made only in the Rad
iant Toaster. For this reason: RADIANT HEAT
forces the absolutely necessary chemical change in the
bread. This insures the delicious golden Toast that
. fairly makes the mouth water. .
You can operate tha Radiant Toaeter on tha flneet damaak tablecloth.
Tha cheerful alow of Its eolle on a neat porcelain baaa ereatea a anug ana
aoothlng atmoephere. It makee Perfect Toaat aa faet aa you can aat it
and at the mereet fraction of a cant par elloe.
PORTLAND RAILWAY, LIGHT
& POWER CO.
MA I N omCE 7lh and Aider Streets
WE GIVE SERVICE
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JAMES B. M'CREARY, KENTUCKY'S FORMER GOVERNOR
TIIIRTT-8IX yeare ago Jamea B. McCreary waa elected governor
of Kentucky. Now be baa become a candidate for tbe aame
office. In tbe Interval alnce bla retirement from tba governor
ablp In 1870 he a erred twelve year In tba national bouse of
repreeentadvea and alx yeare In tbe United Statea aenata. He aeema
to Im a Kentucky perennial whom yeare cannot wither. Mr. McCreary
baa teen mentioned recently aa.a vice presidential poaalblllty on tbe
Democratic ticket. One of bla admlrera facetioualy remarked tba otber
day that "McCreary la tbe greateat endurance runner of them all. ' One
track autta him aa well aa another, and he flnda tt exhilarating to vary
bla performancea by varying bla randldaclea."
Clair E. Corey baa returned from
Earl Baxter baa finished digging a
wall for George F. Barrlnger.
Dr. Botklna baa bad lumber hauled
and will aoon commence tba erection
of a bouae and, barn.
J. T. Friel. Jr baa taken the con
tract for cutting wood tor tba Cherry
vllle achool. '
eorge F. Barrlnger and family have
returned to their summer home In
Cberryvllle where they will apend tbe
Vincent Friel. wbo sometime ago
met with quite a aerloua accident, baa
recovered and baa returned to Gov
ernment Camp to work.
Alexander B. Brooks haa returned
Cherryvllle from Hood River where
he apent aeverat montha. .
AukuhI Bedensteln baa rented the
Mra. David Dotiglaa apent aeveral
dsya In Cberryvllle laat week.
Charles Newland haa gone to work
for Aaslatant Forest Supervisor Ralph
Shelley, who baa a large force of men
at work on a wagon road to Hood
Mr. and Mra. J. T. Friel, Jr.. made a
trip to Oregon City one day last week
In a White Steamer automobile.
Mr. and Mra. William Allen apent
aeveral dayg In Cherryvllle last week.
Mra. T. J. Ranney left for Portland
last week where her husband baa
bought an Interest In a garage.
Mr. and Mra. L. F. Prldemora apent
aeveral daya In Bull Run laat week.
Jamea T. Adgerton baa gone for a
week a visit to Portland.
Mlaa Ethel and Lllitan Holmea were
callers on Miss Elsla Swlel Sumlay.
Mlaa Bertha Billiard la visiting her
cousin Miss Murphy, of Poitland.
Clyde Harvey has returned to hla
home In Seattle after a week'i vlalt
with hla parenta, Mr. and Mrs A. H.
George Lar.elle and M. J. Laxelle
went to Astoria to attend tba Centen
nial fair. -
Lola Currant, of Portland, la Visiting
her aunt. Mra. Frank-Black
The Mlssea Clouse. of Portland,
were guesta at the Mountain Ash farm
Mra. Curtla Dodila and Mla Tessle
McDonald are at the Coast for a few
Mr. Russell, who baa bean visiting
his daughter, Mra. Olds, haa return
ed to bla borne In Loa Angles. Mr
Russell was formerly a realdent of
Mr. Bui lard 'a horse became fright
ened last Tueaday while he waa driv
ing In Oregon City, and ran away, but
fortunately no one waa hurt. Tbe
aurrey waa demolished.
Mlsa Annie Roadarmet, of Tiicamo,
la apendlng a two weeks' vacation
with ber parenta.
. J. H. Johnson and family bava gone
to the Coast for their annual out
ing. M. Webster and family a tar ted re
cently for tbe Coast Mr. Webster
will drive over, taking three days for
Tbe Misses Margaret and Katberyn
Jones returned from Eaatetn Orcgrn,
Word la received from Sam Roake,
Jr., that be is In Tacoma, and will
come bome next Sunday.
Mrs. F. M. Brezee, who baa been
for""ome weeka In SL John's, la con
templating a visit to friends and rela
tives In the East
Mas. W. W. Smith expecta to atart
for ber old home near Charleston,
Va.t next week.
J. R. Landes left last Monday for
a place near WUholt, where be baa
been engaged to do aome carpenter
Mlaa Lula Hayward and her Bister
Mra. R, B. Holcomb made a trip to
Portland laat Monday. While) there
tbey called on an old friend and
neighbor, Mra. Thomaa. formerly of
Carus. Mra. Thomaa baa been an
Invalid many years, but Is patient
and cheerful, with a warm welcome
for her frienda.
A little sunshine would be more
welcome by the farmers than the
cloudy weather we ara having for
tbe last two weeka.
Jonas Petteraon and sons bave
been "busy completing their new barn.
Several hopgrowera from tbe valley
were here looking for hopplckera last
Joe Carlson left for Oregon City
Will Dlx. of Schubel. apent Sunday
at home with bla mother of Colton.
Uncle and Auntie 8tromgreen en
joyed an automobile ride laat Sun
Mlas Haxel Freeman, of El wood,
, VOTE COUPON.
GOOD FOR ONE VOTE.
Thla coupon when neatly clipped and properly filled In with tha
name of tfie candidate you wish to vota for. will ba counted as one
Name of candidate.
This coupon la void after August 19.
Cut on lines. Don't roll. Send In flat
Tbla nomination blank, when proper! v filled In and brought or
mailed to Contest Department of Tba Enterprise Will count for 4
, z.ROO votes. Only one of thee blanks will be credited to each can- v
dldate.. . ... .
GOOD FOR TWENTY-FIVE HUNDRED VOTES.
I wish to Nof&att'eTMlBa...
THERE is a differance between fresh
canned goods and old stock. Only the
newest is the best-having that delicate natur
al flavor of the fruit or vegetables. Know
ing this, -.ve buy only from factories which can their goods Im
mediately after they are picked or grown factories which
are known to work under conditions of perfect cleanliness.
Ton may rely abaolutely on our goods. Wo keep a large
variety rather tban an extensive stock constant renewal be
ing our policy. Next time you use our canned goods not tno
. fresh, natural taste tba character of tbem all.
Prices this week are reasonable see the following:
10c and 15c
10c and 15c
15c and 20c
"Bcana, can 15c
Asparagus, can ...15c
Sweet Potatoes, can 20c
J. E. SEELEY, Grocor
Oregon City . Welnhard Bldg
OREGOU STATE FAIR
LIVESTOCK, POULTRY ANO AGRICULTURAL EXHIBITS.
RACES. FREE ATTRACTIONS ANO AMUSEMENTS.
FERULLO'8 GREATE8T BAND.
REDUCED RATES ON ALL RAILROADS.
SEND FOR PREMIUM LIST AND ENTRY BLANK8. .
FRANK MEREDITH, Gocrotery
made a call at "Colton last Thursday.
Arrived at the bome of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Ball, a big aon, laat
week. All concerned are doing well.
Edward baa scarcely begun to recov
er from bla "first aon-stroke." They
bave our heartiest congratulations.
Philip Puts, wbo had been working
at Dix Bros.' sawmill. Is bome to help
Mr. and wra. J .AStromgreen were
surprised laat jMbday by Mr. and
Mra. Mellen. and family by aome of
her old nelghbora and acquaintances,
who came out with tbelr automobile
from. Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Mellln
were residents of this county about
30 years ago or more. This la tbe
flrsi time they bave been here and
were very much aurprlsed to see bow
much everything haa been changed
and Improved alnce tbey left
After a lay-oft Mr. Benney baa start
ed runp'ng bis shingle mill again.
Oregon's Popular Beach Reaort
An Ideal retreat for outdoor paa
tlmea of all kinda. Hunting. Fishing,
Boating, Surf Bathing, Riding, Auto
Ing,' Canoeing, Dancing and Roller
Skating. Where pretty water agates,
moaa agatea, moonstones, carnelana
can be found on the beach. Pure
mountain water and the beat of food
at low prlcea. Fresh flsn. clama, crabs
and oysters, with abundance of vege
tables of all kinds dally.
t " "
Camping Grounds Convenient and At
J i tractive.
wth atrlct sanitary regulations
LOW ROUND-TRIP SEASON -TICKETS
from 11 points in Oregon, Washing
' ton and Idaho on aale dally.
from Southern Pacific points Port
land to Cottage Grove; also from all
C. A E. stations Albany and west
Good going Saturday or Sunday and
for return Sunday or Monday.
Call on any 8. P. or C. A E. Agent
for full particulars aa to fares, trains,
schedules, etc.; alao for copy of 4or
Illustrated booklet, "Outing In Ore
gon," or write to
GENERAL PASSCNQIR AGENT,
SHIVELY OPERA HOUSE
ONE NIGHT ONLY,
Sonday, Aogost 20 v
A CORKER IN CORK!
Richards & Pringle's
40. KINGPINS' OF M1NSTRELSY-40
Seata On sale at Jonea' Drug Co.
Reaervad Seata 75c and 50 ;o Chil
dren 25c i
BAND CONCERT AT S P. M AT
CITY PARK ON SEVENTH ST. ;
ST. PAUL'S CLASS HAS PICNIC
Sunday School Enjoys Outing at
On of tbe most enjoyable picnics
given at the Schnoor Park thla sen-
son was that given . on Wedneaday
by the Sunday school of 8t Paul'a
Episcopal church. It waa In charge
of Mlaa Mlna Kelly and the Rev.
Charles W. Robinson. The day waa
spent In races, for which prizes were
given. Rev. Robinson waa umpire.
On of the features of the picnic waa
the spread ' given the youngster.
There was an abundance of red lemon
ade, peanuts and Ice cream and cake.
About 75 attended.
CRISWELL ESTATE' $3,449.8.
Widow of Testator la Appointed A4-
The estate of William 8. CrlaweH
has been filed for probate. The value
la $3.445.8 ' and the widow. Mrs. Ger
trude M. Criswell, Is named- as ad
ministratrix, Tbe heirs rant from
20 yeara to three years and are aa
follows: Harry W of Prlnevllli:
Clarence Criswell, of Madras; rraak
8. Criswell, Preddle CnrWweU, Join,
Wllliaa. Wilbur, Dorothy. NNKU ray,
of Damascaa. iQ. B. Hay so Is the at
torney for the aatate.