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MORNING ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, AIJOUST 25, 1911.
OREGON CITY, OREGON
t, K. BRODIE. Editor and Publisher,
Tantered aa aaoowd-olaee matter Ju
vary . Itlt. at tha poat offlet at Orvftm
Ciy Onr undcf Ut Act of Marec.
Ttwi w suuctirnoN.
Xm Tr. by mall M M
is Months, by mall 1 M
Four Montha. by mall lev
; wk. by carrier It
rlrat Pa pr men rirat Inaartioa. . . .11
First Pay, pat Inch ddd Inaartloaa. lo
frrfarrrd poaltioa any paaw, par fetch
flrat- assertion He
Preferred pneltlon aay pate, par taoh
added lierrllone 1
kun paper oth. r chaa ftret paaa. per lack
find taeertton lla
Run paper other .han flrat pace, per teea
added InaerUona a
Liocala toe er Una; to regular a4ver
laera Jc Itaa.
Waate. For tale. To Rent, etc., aae
eeat a word flrat tneertlen; on-half east
Ratea for advertlama In aha Weakly
Cntarpiiae will be the mum aa hi the
dally, for adrertleeraenta art aapaetally
for the weekly. TOiera the nTiHiianit
la tranaferred from the dally to the week
ly, without cnang. the rata will be ta
aa too for run of the paper, and le aa
ch for apeelal poaltkm.
Caah ehould aceorapaar order where
party la unknown In buaineee offleo at
101 advertising at focal advert latn
Ttreus advsrttalng and apeelal traaatent
dverUalnc at JVc to 10c aa-taoh, aeeord
aug to apeelal condition rovamhw the
Tire Sale" and Bankrupt Bala'' adrer
taaaaenta tto Inch flrat Inearttoa; addl
jooaj inarrtkma aane matter Mo laeh.
Newa Itema and well wrlttea artletaa
ml merit, with Intereet to local readera,
wlU be gladly accepted. Rejected niaau
, aarlpta never returned Unleaa aorompae
4 tee by atamna to prepay aoetaan.
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
TIs wealth, a, burden r
Weakly, Just aa If moat of u have
i ovor bad an opportunity to ascertain.
Patrnlie our advertisers.
Aug. 25 In American History.
183-Francis Um Uarte, poet, author.
. born In Albany; died IDOX
1885 Reuben K. Feuton, ergoveruor
' of New York, died: born 181ft
1806-n. O. Uougbton. bead of tho
publishing bouaa of Houghton, lllf-
ffln Co.. died: born 181S.
1897 Msry Kyle Dallas, popular -story
writer. died: born 184".
(From noou today to noon tomorrow.)
Sun eeU tt:4U, liavM .V17: moon sets
TftS p. m.; tt:43 p. m.. pon Id couJiiih
Uon wltb Venus. paaaloK from west to
Mat of tbe pluuet, liHfc degree north
THAT VETO OF THE WOOL BILL.
President Taft baa done the e
pectedln his veto of tbe wool Ml".
His nurpose to disapprove of the
measure was well known to Congress
when tbe measure was passed.
Tbe President had made It clear
that while he favored tariff, revision,
he wanted It accomplished In a aclen-
tlflc manner and not through the
hphazaM process of logrolling, so
long the vogue and fraught with so
much disturbance to the busluess In
terests of the country.
Mr. Taft again makes apparent his
desire for a tariff revision that suil
be based upon accurate lniormauon.
with protection to American labor as
tbe guiding star. t
Hasty revision, based upon guea.
work and too often actuated by port
tlcal motives, has resuuea in greai
Injustice In the past and the Presi
dent does not purpose mat there
MrTattLmalntalna JhaltheJarl tt
should be revised after due delibera
tion1 founded upon exact knowledge
and In this position be will b- e tbe
support of the country generally.
Bathing Not Only Way
of Keeping Cool
an an ITii.-
Presldebt Taft recalled tbe recall.
There are times when a man'a
money talks In a way not at all en
joyable to hlin. Ask Colonel Astor.
The automobile horn makes the
little German band take to the aide
walk. Congressman Latterly should have
taken a correspondence course In
courtship by mall.
Congress takes the wx)l duty off
blankets Just about the time we are
getting ready to put the blankets on.
Tbe Joy of living Is not increased
by tbe cost of It.
Everybody will favor Ihe recall of
The Portland Dally News Is out af
ter the sculp of the owner of the Port
land baseball club. McCredle has
been successful In giving Portland
a pennant-winning team and aocces
to the News Is what a red rag Is to a
Deserved recognition of merit Is
noted In the appointment of Bert T.
McBain as manager of tbe Willamette
Pulp ft Paper Company's Oregon City
mill. McBain Is a very young man
for such a responsible position. He
was not born wltb a silver spoon, and
his early elevation to the manage
ment of property that runs Into the
millions Is an example of spirit, hnrd
work, energy, study and persever
ance; 1 '
Booze and motor cars do not as
similate readily. Tbe outside of a
bar will not work with any - other
Copyright by American Press Association. 1911.
By Uncle Joe Cannon, Illinois Congressman; Eugene
Christian. New York Food Specialist, and.
William Muldoon, Athletic Trainer
Hard Work Will
Hake Yon For
DONT THINK THERE
IS ANY 8AFE AND
8ANE RECIPE FOR
KEEPING COOL. GOOD.
WORK THAT WILL MAKE
FORGET THE HEAT FOR
Bodily Health Will
Stop Hot Weath
PINCHOT TO HAKE
TRIP TO ALASKA
f WASHINGTON, Aug". 24. -Gilford
Pmchot will Btart from Seattle Sep
tember 1 for an extended trfp In
Alaska. He contemplates a thorough
investigation of conditions In the
Northwest territory, and an examina
tion of its wealth of natural resources.
He will be accompanied by Senator
Polndexter of Washington
"Before we return," said Mr. Pin
chot, "we shall have gone thoroughly
into Alaskan conditions and the bent
methods for the development of her
natural resources. Alaska must be
regafded as the nation's treasure
bouse, and the development of her
mineral, timber, waterpower and oth-
I er resources will be the most Import
ant subject or legislation Congress
will have io consider next session.
"The people of Alaska want bl?
business, but like a comprehensive
plan. They want legislation protect
ing their Interests in every way, and
at the same time providing for the
wisest and best utilization of all re
sources. Conservation means develop
ment, not tbe locking up of re-
j Mr. Plncbot had planner! to studv
, forest conditions In the Adlrondacks
j in New York, but postponed this for
the Alaska trip. He will study In the
'Adlrondacks upon his return late In
I the fall.
WARHOP GAINS CONTROL.
By Grlpplna Ball Hard Yankees"
Twlrler Dlseever Set ret af Success.
Jack Warbop of Ihe Sew Vorfc
Americans la In tntiny' respects one of
tbe most remarkable pitchers In the
big leagues When bv beat the Hod
(lot lu lloatoti recent!! Warbop estab
lished bis ofth coniecutlrs victor).
Photo by American Preai Avlatloa.
The iKtato market Is very quiet and
virtually no change Is shown In th"
sltuatlou.. There are somewhat greai
r ..ffnrlnas of supplies from nearby
points and Ihe quality Is Improving,
but still practically none of the pre
ent offerings are sufficiently good fo.
long distance shipment. ...
While the stock now coming ir
ward from Oregon points I somewhat
better than that received from Cali
fornia arowers have a reputatlou of
marketing uothlng but matured stock
and for that reason are not willing w
offer until the quality l right.
There oromlses to be an earlier ue
mand for Oregon potatoes from Call
fomla nnlnta than usual. Ibis seasou,
owing to the fscl that tbe' southern
state has been a very heavy seller to
all points In the Tnlted States. There
for, even though California has a
heavy crop oh an Increased itrreage,
total holdings there at this time aie
said to be much smaller than usuai.
Hhinninnta nf iKitatoes rrom tun
noim. ih Middle West are st
mlnir forward, r'or that rcuson the
will be a smaller amount of stn
ivm there tn onnioete with the Or
vim stork 111 the California market
after the regulur shipping season
from here opens.
HIDES (Buying Oreen hides. 6c
to 6c; salters, 5ifc to 64c; dry hides,
J3c to Uc. 8hiap pelts, I5c to 7SC
DRIED FRL'ITS tocal prices are
firm at from Re to 10c on apples and
prune. i'eticBcs reJ-'ic
IACB WAHHOI-, MCW fnKK AMKHICAMH
This Is tbe more rrniarkabie becanae
Cause did not pick suy soft clubs or
soft oppoMing pitrhers fur this twlrler.
Warbop Is tbe llnUlesl pitcher In
faot company, lie weltibe but l.'i
pounds In his street clothes. But he
Is a bundle of luusole und nerve and
Is pbyKli-ally til to luke hU turn as
reKUluriy n ttny of the ilif fellows.
Fanning with several of bis admlr
ers tvcoutly, ihe clever little pitcher
declared that be looked for bis lieM
seusou tblM year
."You will hotlce that my control has
Improved. led -Wnrhnp "tn tte
biMt six ganien I have given ouly two
passes, and hit but one batHtunu. I
used to be able to do that tutir-b dam
age sometime before 1 retired a mnn
Now. the whole trouble A fore va
that I did uot pitch my uiiilerhninl
ball norrvotly I ueil to let It mIIiIi'
loimely from my hand Now I eri
tbe leal tier tltrbtly. ami I tin (I that in
control Is irni-tlcnlly perfiit. A pitch'
er can get away with a lot of stulT if
his aim Is unerring"
Y. C K-N T statistics
give the report of
TIME IS A SORT OF COUNTER
Cold drinks won't help, but I
don't hesitate to say that if I were
invited to a midsummer- dinner
that was to be more or less of a
function, with rich food and richer
conversation, I might indulge in
Then along with the dinner, if
you didn't want the food to dis
agree with you, lots of ice and
tome carbonated water might help.
Cold Unsweetened Drinks
Will Keep Voa Cool
I 1 COLD DRINK IS NOT
r"f NECE8SARILY COOLING.
For instance, there is
never a GREATER MISTAKE
made than that of the person who
runs to the soda water fountain
and absorbs many ice cream sodas,
thinking these cooling. The ice
. cream is full of sugar, sugar is full
' ,of carbon. Yoti feed the system
' with carbon and heat the blond, so
how can one then expect to bo
;) -', "If a man or woman wants to
drink SOMETHING COOL-
' N0, take lemonade without sug
ar, or use any the fruit juices
without sugar, or drink butter
WASHINGTON. Aug. 24. (Spec-
i ft I Tha nua.tlnn "Ufkar la H'l.l.
over 400 deaths I key?'' having been answered" officially
throughout the country, a I by a frt'HJ,1.tnt'?' rul'nK- the Pu.re 1'
; - , . . . , . -- . .... . . . . ' p. "
direct cause being from excessive j tural now have taken up one -of the
i . omer component parts or the seaue-
nea1, ! tlve cocktail, and have propounded
IT SIMPLY 8H0WS HOW FEW ! the Inquiry. "What Is a Maraschino
nrno. r ,we nor r-Aiucrx. i Cherry " They hold that Maraschino
' w " ! cherries should be bottled In Maras
ERATION TO THE CONDITION OF : chlno liquor, and not In a compound
THEIR BODIES, OF THEIR BODILY ot benssaldehyde, oil of almonds and
u,...u ,rt nroiDT -rue rMu 1 gl'icose. The Government has asked
n.r.. ,w r,... , . . - , for seizure, and condemned cases of
DITION8 IN EMERGENCIES OF wtmt It says are only Imitations of
THI8 KIND. rea' Maraschino cherries. The libel
. ' 1. li 1 was flled ln tne District Supreme
Our bodies are welJ able to C ourt today.
stand the strain if our minds "
would otilv give them PROPER Fir,t Recorded 8olar Eollpsa.
-....i. i i- l i nerotlotun gives us the Initial record
CAKE by rfilm-ing the umount 0f a total eclipse of the sun wheu lie
of work u.-i iniu li as iMsible with- I observes thnt ubout 010 B. C, iu the
out extra (Ji-nuimi upon the viial
ity; laying imide such work as
can wait lor u few days, ' iitting
down tin- Hiiirnnit of food to ons
liulf or ifs. ciitiing out ABSO
LUTELY iiiiviliing contuining al
cohol, cutting down the use of
other narcotics, tobacco, coffee and
tea to a very MODERATE
amount, taking longer hours - for
rest, making up your jnind to sub
mit GRACEFULLY to' the dis
comforts of the high temperature.
Remember that a cool drink
may feel refreshing while you are
swallowing it.- but that it is
onlv a MOMENTARY SATIS
FACTION and will probably put
the' body to a great deal of incon
venience a little later. The very
best thing to drink is water, suffi
ciently cool to taste nice, but not
ice cold. In fact, any drink ice
cold or .as cold as it can be made
by putting ice in it is 'err inju
rious, more to in hot weather than
lin cold. . '
last struggle between tbe Medes uiid
Ly dlnns. hostilities were brought ro h
sudden close by the day turning lino
Hunsrrlhe for the full Rnternrlse
TO D A Y
"It's too bad." sue sighed, "that Ufe
ean't always be a honeymoon."
"1 agree with you." be replied '
"When we were baring our honeymoon
you were not nt all careless about your
balr or your general aptiearnnre. and
I don't recall a single occasion on
which you endeavored to convince me
that you bad married Into a lower
sphere." -Chicago Rerord-IIerald.
Heart to Heart
By EDWIN A.. WYE.
POTATO MARKET QUIET
BUT IS II
CASH and CREDIT
People who carry all their aah around with thii .u.
oumuiaie a competence.. v
Those who dsposlt regularly In this bank lnrsssa a
csh assets, but build a 'substantial credit also, """H
Cash got furthest when supplemented by Good Cms,
Deposit ycur cash and build your credit st
The Bank of Oregon City
OLDEST BANK IN THE COUNTY '
(I r l.aTOI'HETTB PreaMosl . y H1T4l
THE FIRST NATIONAL BA!
of OREGON CITY , OREGON
CAPITAL, 10.000 00
THE GUILTY PARTY
One ot tin iiiumi (Miwerful short sto
ries written by Ihe late O. Henry was
cHlled "The Miiity Tarty
Like tunny or bis stones, the wimic
was In Id in tin- eiint side. .Now Yuru.
on which "us twilight fulls Katun srt
up uls recruiting utllre."
"'Tuiui. won't you play a game of
checkers with me. If you aren't tii
"The red haired, unshaven, untidy
man sitting slioeii-4N by the window
answered, with u frown:
" 'Checkers: No. I won't. Cnn't u
man who works hnrd all duy huve n
little rtt when be comes biiuieV Why
don't you go out aud pluy wltb lite
other kids on the sidewalk?
"The woman, who woe cooking
came to the door.
" 'Johu. she said, 1 don't like for
Lizzie to pluy In the streets. They
learn too min h that am t good tor
them. Hhes beeu In tbe house all duy
long It s.-eiim Hint you mipht give
p a little ot your 01 me to amuse hei
'Then ynu con)" borne.
" "Let her no out and play like the
rest of 'em If sh wants to be amused.'
said the red haired. unHhnren, untidy
man, 'and don't bother me.' "
Which Is the firm part '
And the Feiiiel V
Ten years Inter l.lszle. who bus tak
en her father's advice and found ber
entertalunient on the streets, la a Qt
of drunken frenzy kills ber lover on
account of Jealousy ami commits sui
cide. And this is Henry's 'dream:"
He dreamed be was In tbe next
world and sees Lizzie biought to the
Judgment bar And the' angel prose
"You haven't the guilt) party. He
Is that red haired, unshaven, nntldy
man sitting In his stocking feet by
tbe window while bis child plays In
An overdrawn plrtorer
Possibly, tlut'tbrre's the moral:
Oftentimes It la the parent who is
really guilty of tbe child's tlellquency
flay wltb your children. It is as
much your duty as to feed them. If
yon would aafegtiard'tbem make them
your playmates, your confidants, your
chumsr Let home, hot street Infln
Moreover, playing with your chil
dren will help to keep yott from grow
ing old. There la no better ionic- than
association wltb the light nnrtedne-M.
Ihe eothtislssm. tbe play of children
I'lay with yoor child, lent, unhap
pily, you may become "the guilty party.-
., '"..( . .,
SALT Selling 80c to 0c tor line.
100 lb. sack's.
Portland Vegetabls Markets.
SACK VEGETABLES Carrots.
$1.25ifM 60 per sack; parsnips, 1124
llll.&O; turnips, $1 25 'u 11.50; ueets.
II.7& ler "ate; "abbage, oea, ft per
huniLfdwelgh: cauliflower. It.aOfJ
11.75 er diuen; celery, California, 75c
it Wo I T dixen; cucumbers, 11.50V
1225 per dozen; esgplant. 15c per lb.;
garlic, loc12c per pound; lettuce,
50c per doirn; hothouse lettuce, $1.50
0f3 per; hoy;. " pensSctf llc per
IKiind; pepiM-rs, 3CU35e P-"r pound.
rsdlsheV, 15c per doxen; rhubarb, te.
"fSc ix-r pound; sirrouta. : tomstors.
ONIONS-rJoblilng prices; Oregon
12 75 per 100: Australian. $3 50 per
too; Texas, $2 25 pet crate: Call for
nla, $2 per crate
Oregon Cltv Stock Quotations.
HOnS Hogs are quoled tyc tower
From 125 lbs. tn 150 Ihs. 9Cfcr, from
150 lbs. to 200 lbs. SHc.
BACON. LA HP suit II AM, are Urm
VFL CALVES V-sl calves orina
from Sc to tor accoruing tn grade.
BEEF STEERS leef -ieer for
the local marketsro fetching 'ifti.
C'o live eiK0t.
HHKEP i urm st c to 5c live
Ouctartsnt ur Oregon rjlty.
POTATOES Best, Buying m cents
FI.OUR AND FEEO-Flour Is
s'esdy, selling from $5 to $5 V; very
little of cheaper grades.
OATS (Buy ng I Gray $23 to $24,
white, from $25 to $2,.
nrTPSit -t (Hiiyvigi Ordinary
cenntry brings from 15c to 50r,
fancv dairy from 20c to 22c, cream
erv '7c fo -he
Er;r,S itest grade 25 cents.
POtfLTRY (Buying Firm wllh lit
tie good stork offered, flood hens are
bringing 12c. Old rormters sreln rumr
demand, broilers bring from lfic to lKc
with rnod demsnd.
U,OOl.--miiv.'ri .Vool prices sre
r:mKlng from 14 to 17 cents.
KEEIV-Shorta 129 to $30; rolled
Wlev, r?1 r,0 to rnriO; proces h-ir
ley, $?.:;.on; whole (.rn. $'?fi.00;
crarked corn. Moon; wheat - $.T (in
in tV: r.ll menl, $:,?; Shndv Urook
dalrv feed, $1 ;r, pei hundred poundi
"AY (Buying.) Tlmnthv tlfi ro
$17' clover $1 to $io: rmt hay. best,
!?: mixed. $10 tn $2; slfslfa, $12 to
M)TiHnue, ;rom p; J.)
oth'-rs In the rontrst. "
Cl.nn.t. l. .
..,,. "r irom now on nnd a
five, en or twenty yenr suliscrlptlon
ocrns onnllv ....n,w ..i...
- "M iniirv,
K""'" hn pnsMed j,n 100 000
mark, nnd every day her vol, otH
Is Incroasfrl. A enrrler ront will be
established In Willamette, commenc
ing next Saturday mornlnir. due to the
efforts of MWH Ream nnd we look
'"V1 aurilK.it In her be
nil IF renin il'IM, a, .
...iv- MMiuy, isne in (niv
b 0tU,JS,rv'""" hphl"'l Smith:
race " "'m
Mlss Smith still retains Ihe leml In
nistrlct No. 2, but not to s.:.-h Bn
IZTtr arfor'1 8 ,;,f
SmBh I,.? P B,"la mi' " Miss
Smith has done an.T ts doing real wetf
and deserves succchs
the vote totals of Mrs. Mack and Miss
Bntdorf Just at this moment RiTher
kmberY K,b,e fr Um Va
Miss Story continues to hold down
first position In District No. 1 but n
those on the "Roll of Honor" ?"
easily i,grp her-posltlon
Miss Cross ami Miss Meyers
Sa"celb0Ut "nPrk fa thW
ondpos,Mo, rr7No f ill",
15.000 votes would SwV,?"
piace tnis morning niv .... i
votes wouM nl.e- . . 5 ""nfl
third place Tthis moving mmermn ,n
M.r;B?tcT..,ML" ,-ner and
Is out u,f,"T ln" we
Remember. the last speclsl off., t
the contest goes Into efre ii- r
Ing. Don't "verloouVKinU err"'
for . long-term .uhsoKSin AnW
on 0' two ma mean vict"; 0n,y
Qrang Work Club Msat. '
The Orange Work (l,,? !. .
blace went to iB, hon," f Mr? T
Havford at Oladstono Friday T"aS.
members took with .
Mrs. Hayford recSy Jft,.!
hotn, from the hospital In r0.B7
.... . ',.m--.;V ::uHHM.
DOROTHY STPJAIOHT I.
Voona Psrkplscs Wmsm y
rids of Ptu
Miss Dorothy Btrtltat, t
placo, loft. Wodnosdty
Dayton. Wash., whar
rled Thursday aftsrioai
Burns, formerly of Uls k,
young couple ara bot m,
nd havt rany frlaaoiBi
at Iarkplace. She li i
John Straight, and eon
prominent Oregun pka ,
She was born and rmmJ
plneo. They will uaisri-L
, A very pretty wedding was aolem
nUeil at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.
B Jack, of 3fi3 BeMn siteet. Port'
land Wednesday night. ' hen their
daughter. Miss May, became the Wife
of Ralph St. Clare MUln.- son of Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur MUln.- rf this city.
The ceremony wss performed by Rev.
Vat her B. Kelly In the presenco of the
relatives of Ihe contracting parties.
Wihengren1 aeilillng; march was rend
ered by Miss Anna Itayiey. oi ur
deen. Scotland. The bridesmaid was
Ml liaura Jsrk, slsler of Ihs hrldu.
ho was attired In S beauUBU gowu
of ylloW voile oreT niessalilie, th
bride being besutlful In her gown of
white crepe, which was. elaborately
embroidered. Roy Sleight, formerly
of "this city, but now of Portland, was
best man.. Miss Irene Moore, caught
the bride's bouquet.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack was
artistic wllh Its decorations, the liv
ing room lielng In golden glow, while
the dining room wss In pink roses
About thirty persons weio present
and remalued for the reception, which
wss given at the home ofjho bride's
Ot,en ' A j .
WAR PI I a R el AVICI IT
"- WtLt AMtm '
Beginning ihB nwifBiM t
urduy, August la. aO si
ara for the Morning tar
living In and about 4.
will receive their pspwk
rler Instead of by mtll l
Wilson will b lbs ram
wilt act as agent s i
REMEMBER. SATt'RD!, t
SO tho new Carrier Bernaa
- 4 0v(tl
Looks Thst Way.
"I put my foot right down on tbe
rhole busliieos "
"Vou V toed it. ebT
Wants, For Sale, Etc
NaiieM ua4r Ik rtsiairi4 halms
win i inoo- ifd ai on ai "or a riraa
miii.rt l.aif s rnl a-Milliinal lr
.. .ine in.-h -ar II r ncaill. 'i
tash eara. I hare i r iwih
l'ah mun acevmeear arSsr unlas en
haa an ana aecminl wllh lb ir Hf
flaaacla' rpnnllillly for rnnit. .
rrora rror tvrrrrtr nrlr vlil h-
piialad tor patron Minimum tliaiaa IS.
A Straight Blctt
ample tack Frts. I
Sols AfltntT" for
Korreet Poultry Fsol
1ITH AND MAIN tn,
WANTED Colli-ctors to see my col
lection of all sorts of curios, so
tlquea, and Indian trinkets; stamps!
tor stamp collectors; coins (or
numismatists, arrow hcHds for arch
eolnglsts, etc. buy and sell all i
sons of rnrU-s; also all kinds of
second hand furniture and tools. I
tieorge Young, Main, near Fifth
WANTi, - Oman advertisements fo
mis eoritnn. lncrt ry reason
able, hrw ratea at hoa of roi-imn
Read the Morning Knterprls.
WANTED Hop pickers, aood nick
ing, good camp grounds, free rrates
free 'transportation froui bout or
ruin ki yam lor pickers and hag
Ki'ge. Apply p. Kurnlck, 129 18th
WANTED -To rent 1 or I acres of
land and house; outbuildings for
chicken ralHliiK preferred- low rent
Address F. J. D.. csre Enterprise!
WANTED -Olrl at BruiMwh-k retau
Cor. Vawahn and Twtstysx t
August 14, IS, II 17, ti
Games Begin WetkaayiHtr
LAOIir DAY MIOAV.
Hoys tidr II Free is Bk
THE WORLDS eREIHSTJEC.
WANTED -Vou to Viim it. at the En
leri.rii- urmtlng dephrtment l
the ttiii-.r i..on..fi... i ... ... .
uutKlrlH port land. ' rf j,
next pi lining
WANTED- tjlrl for general hTnTsr.
work, ( nil at slor nno dr u
WANTEf-(llrl or woman for gen-
era, nousework, giKd wrrbs and
permanent place In small family
Apply ni3 E-ict Salmon street.
I'ortland, 0r at Enterprise office.
i, 8.AI Vhuam;
. ... ,-v o a plow or bsrrow; yon
"JM. .'f ANB-Dlinlek . ilmlflu
twyBrs, Oregon City, or.
AWAMa.. . J3
Wnod" JJ: . Mono,
tltlM 'urnisBOd. Isnd
7l law business. Over na-k .f
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t , Orsngs. Mmmm,
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sualur. kui ihs ew h "T
Our sunrmif '
SJI r neiaie vised
n w. L. MAH8HALU
aSO Marrlaan It. POn .
prise Wd! n 0tJ' ,n '
ro Cltv. Oregon.
UILDEH AND Consirv1"g'
"Sf d Honor.,
given jn all . ' choorfnll,
For tbo srrost JT
of any porson or
unlawfully remove copi""1
Morning Bntorprlso m,
promises of 'KTl'Xtrt
pspor has been plMed 7 ,
carrier. ' 1
TH M0RMINQ NJ'S5
Is on sal nt tho following
HunUer W-f '
, Seventh and M
Main nsar ij'
.Not door to i J.
City Druf 8 ? -
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