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About Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 25, 1911)
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Jaunty and pproprite Is the hunt
big costume Illustrated, unirable nllke
for bagging bljf game In Africa, whoa
made of the right material, or for
bringing 'down email game-tin thli
, The afclrt la short and buttons down
one aide of the front with substantial
bone buttons. The Norfolk jacket fits
the figure comfortably and la natty
looking. A pique four In hand and a
corduroy cap complete a smart outfit
for , this r particular sport. The cm
tume would be equally good for moun
Dilicaoy and Richness In Naw Jewelry.
For women who do not look well In
low cut bodices without some orna
ment to break the long line of throat
there are wonderfully beautiful col
lars extraTagantiy eipenslTe in irice.
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' ATTKACTCT DKMIONR KOB DOO COLLARS.
Four collars are, here Illustrated a
cameo collar, the pink cameo strung
on slender chains: a collar of Jade, a
pearl and diamond collar and a dia
mond collar, the diamonds and sunken
rubles set In platinum.
If tinware is new. rub orer carefully
with fresb lard and heat carefully be
fore It la uwl This will keep It from
Cold water, ammonia and soap will
take out machine grease where other
things would fall on account of making
the colors run.
A little turpentine dltwolTed in warm
water Is the best thing with which to
wash windows and mirrors. A little
alcohol will also do wonder In bright
To remove grass stain cover the stain
with common cooking molasses and
let stand for two or three hours. Wash
In lukpwnrm water. Repeat the proc
ess If necessary.
To clean marble take two parts of
common baklug soda and add to it one
part of powdered pumice stone and
one of One salt Sift the mixture
through a sleire and mix H with water,
then rnb It well all over the marble
and the stains will be removed. Wash
with a strong solution of salt and wa
ter, rinse, with clear water and wipe
. The dally care of the hardwood floor
Is very simple. A room thut Is much
.. ased must first be swept with a soft
haired brush, then wiped with a long
, bandied dust mop or with a cotton
flannel bag put over a broom. If there
are spots on the floor ther should be
rnMed first with a flannel cloth or
wtth a little turpentine on a cloth. Th
floor should be thoroughly cleaned and
polished twice a year. If any water
or liquid gets spilled on the floor It
hould be wiped up Immediately, at
otherwise It will result In a afaln.
Qdd Nam In Old Time.
Among the good men and true on a
jury In Sussex In the seventeenth cen
tury were gtendfast-on-Fllgb Btrlnger.
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and. Fight -the-Good Flght-of-Faltb
Wblte. Hume's History mentions Mr
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Bad-Keen-Damned ' Bare bone, whose
long name defested Its own object, be
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