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CGOS CITY, OREGON
X SRODIE. tdltee and Publisher,
"T , till. t tha aoat fflea at
I - r. Oraensv undw Ua Act at
toou w soisciimoN.
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rr HmiM by mail.... let
frr wsak. br eanrtar...... J
; unmm iatd
Vat Paa. ear me first haarto....llo
First Pan. pw Inch tM taaartloas. .le
rafarra position amy Mara, par Inch
first ktsartton It
Preferred position eay saga, par bioa
4drd InmrrtUmm laa
Run paper etrxr tbaa first par, par Bio
first IshMIoh ISa
Rua papar athar .haa first pac, par tank
. eddd tesartkma ta
' taeeale las ee Haa; to racuter advae-
wara aa dm.
Waata. Par tale. Ta Rant.
t a word nrat aiaartiaa
.. aaca additional
1 Ratea for advartlaln la Aa WeafcQr
Baiarprlae will ba tha aama aa la tha
- dairy, far ddvartlaaownta art isriinlany
far tha waakly. Vftwra tha aavertiaaaaent
la traaafarrad froto tha dally to tha aaak
jr. without oaaaga. tha rata will a Pa
aa laoh for rna at tha papar. and las aa
' Caaft should aooorapaay erdar wsjsia
part la imknowa la BBetaees aafle at
Lcal advartuun at legal ail aulstas
Ireua advertteta- and special traaaaaat
dvartksin at Ho to tao aa tea, aaast t-
aC to apodal coadlttoaa govaralng tao
; Trra SaJa- and Bankrupt Sale" aatwar-
taaaaaata tto taea first kiaarttaa; aaaJ
jaaal laaartlooa aame matter ate laoa.
Nswa Haa and wall wrlttaa art! ilia
' will bo gladly accepted. Rejacted aaaa-
sailata aever raturaad aaliaa
, ".laa by Ottawa to prapay
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
- Aug.-26 In rUiiericaiv History.
1858-First petroleum waU bee ta
flow at Titnavllle. P.
1871 Charles Scrtboer. founder of th
, publishing boose bearing h ras
, and of th original 8c-rlboxe M
T asin. afterward tbo Ceorary. dVed:
IR94 Th WUaoa tariff bU became a
lav without the president up
lifot ai. .
1804 Jbn Roger, amlptoe of "Roc
era Group. died: bora 1829.
1910 William James, philosopher aad
i 4aha4orlat.' idled borm ISO.
Tsomaa A. Edlaoa rave demsoatra
, tJon of hla falkloit plrtnraa. ta
: which photograph and phoaogTaph
raeorda were taken simnltaaeoastT.
fTrooi noon today to noon tomorrow 4
Sua art .:. rlaea man set
8:14 p m.; tooo at greateat itbnttoa
LINCOLN AS A PROPHET.
Abraham Utncolo, aaTtonr of tao
; republic, emancipator of the ahtTea.
director d the rlctorioas army In m
of tha world"! areateat war, "th
. gentlest memory of oar world." was
the prophet of the atreat bek to th
farm moyement of war day.
; "The moot Taluable of all art wfD
' be the art of dertrtng a comfortable
anbaUtanee from the amalleat area of
VWUoonaln lUtt fair in 18St.
' Tba trnth that waa an rlMir tn blm
did not dawn upon the world until
, . more man nau a century naa eiapsea.
When tlncoln ' apake that which 1
now annaranr ta an la ni w ttm n
ana easily acceealble. Two generation
,. came before the world awoke to the
-" li.ivwlan.A a 1.1a a A n I 1. f e
awwa waaw vi U1B muuiOlUII Jifll.
, iToaay we all appreciate with Lin-
jwiln xr. Mmmh.ih
" member poiaesaea this art can ever
be the rlctim of oppression In any of
Ita forma. 8uch community will be
alike Independent of crowned kings,
money king and land kings."
Land and tndenendancrv nnlltlcal
and financial, the great boons we
crare, urged by Lincoln, are today
" the dominating Ideas of tbe world's
1tr nilnit. v..A .
jb me Dmca 10 tne larm movement
.illrlaul T I 1 - a
aau auaju ajv UUHJIII n.ll K I 1 1 1 II TV H V 1 1
i iaaing prelates or all religious
. - creeds, especially those of the epls
copal church under the letdershln of
the rcnerable Bishop Doane of Albany
;'.. hare long pleaded for the en-
aciment or a uniform federal law reg
. nlatlDg marriage and divorce. Tbe As
ter-Force wedding gave renewed im
petus 10 me agiuuon in the public
- press and now the matter comes form-
1. r, , ,. .
f weavav V'llRI r"B IU VUfJ SUKpfl Ol
rarklnfln lnl....l.ini.J v n
-'i-awa .mi ivi ui,i,y 0j rieyresvuui-
tive Norrls of Nebraska.
Tba Norrls resolution provides for
' the aftsembllnr of a body of renrraent.
stives of all the states to consider the
anhlaMf n n rl m m atirl ik. AMHaaMw
- W V. J
I It lai . ..I.. al M
wiaj .uBBmuuii. a wo years
ago divorces were declared to be in
li. . i a . . , .
uiw raLio in uup ill iw.ivn mimairu
Today they are estimated to be in the
- ratio of one In nine or ten marriages.
Figure show that ten timea as
, many divorces, aa compared with mar
riages, ar granted today a were had
: a generation ago, and th ratio la con-
afanrlv Iipm.Iii. Tn tk. . a m n
Jorlty of cases the divorce ar ob
' talned by mutual consent of' the
. v td pro Diem or prevention is a dir-
rl plan should be helpful.
" , J REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
; T. W. and Nettle B. Klob to Mary
E. Rltter, i-s acr or land la Con
Henrietta X' Hathaway to Lanra B.
Beetle, lot 1 of block 6. Beatle s Ad
dition to Oregon City $201. ..
' Michael O'Brien to J. 0 Knenri, 60
acres of M. M. MeCarter. D. L
township 3 south, range I ' east;
Helen Elliott et al ta Norn K. Rail.
""0 acr't of section !0. township 5
' 1 r"t; fl.
SAYS WIFE, SUING
Beatrice) Johnson haa tiled ault tor
divorce) against C. E. Johnson. They
were married in Multnomah county In
February, 1904. ' Mra. Johnson aays
that about three year -ago Johnson
commenced to treat her cruelly and
In an Inhuman manner, aad haa re-
-fuaed to support her so that ah ha
been compelled to rely upon bar fath
er for the support i of herself and
child. For more than one year Mrs.
Johnson allege her husband haa been
In the company of Ethel Coleman.
Mra. Johnson, through her attorney.
E. V. Llttlefield, of Portland, aaka for
$10 a month for th aupport of her
child. She aays her husband gets a
salary of (100 a month. She also aaka
for the custody of their child. Elva
Johnson, who la about eix year of
age. . ;
CHILDREN ARE GIVEN PARTY.
The Uitle friends of the Misses Eva
and Viola McAnulty tendered them a
surprise party Thursday afternoon
from 1 nntU t o'clock. The afternoon
waa spent In games, and lunch waa
served to the following: Frances
Carlisle, EtU Carlisle. La Vara Car
lisle. Dorothy Burgees, Naomi Kinder,
Evelyn Kinder, Myar Scherslnger,
Sylvia Forsythe. Theresa Rtggs, Helen
Riga, Helen Brwnaer. Alvena Scher
singer. Elva Vtehoeffer. Eva Mc
Anulty. Viola, McAnulty. Meedamea
J. W. McAnalty. M. A. Carlisle, C, A.
Gray. Clare Claaoeffer, tittle Olen and
Mori Gray and Martin Smltn.
Patroalae or advertiser.
m ' 1
Discussed by a University Pres
ident, a Professor, a Lecturer
and a Superintendent of Schools
X By Professor Boris SIdls
of Hsnrard Uaircrsity
ki a i ma rxtsrin
acBooimastrr. the Pb2i
tiae plaTerae, tb pe4
ant administrator witk
km lwuiatiP rapaa-itira,
awre yswianj temeri's
INCOMPETENT . TO
DEAL WITH THE m.
( r V
I a I f
TOCNG. Tiary SlUlI txkzfl.ipTr fmierr ekincter. Resulu
tney STUPEFY Si ixSjfUtKS, ire 4 pn-jf-riionatf1 to the timt
tbey PARALYZE tie u2. tbrr jand txjw-ntihwr. and th pnb!i
SUPPRESS geaiaak, tlWy EE-.'i uking fr hrtr-r tiiu. cn-ntor
K UitB the faeahaws f eosr riil- 'eSeienrT aivl an xdjiioTTiiriii f
dren. The educator, whi Lit ;oeairfal aim Vt KK.M. CIVIC
paeado - scientific, pae-udn- psreio
logical pseudogogies, ran only
bring up a set of Philistine with
firm set habits.
We school and drill our chil
dren and youth in SCHOOL
MA'AM mannerism, school mis
ter mind enykylosia, school super
intendent stiff joint ceremonial
ism, factory regulations and office
discipline. We give our . pupil
and students artisan inirpiration
and busbies spirituality. ORIG
INALITY IS SUPPRESSED.
INDIVIDUALITY IS CRUSH
ED. Mediocrity is at a PRE
MIUM That is why I nay that our edu
cational system SHOULD BK
; : By Mrs. M. L. Johnson,
TiE school system of today
j ha many defects if the fol
lowing facts are to be be
Many pupils drop out before
the course is finished, many pu
pils do not continue intellectual
development after graduation, too
many are working for "credjt,"
the work of teaching is too ex
hausting to the teaoher, and the
requirements of the system are
A system which is planned to
lead a child from the primary
school to the university cannot be
made to serve well the child .who
does not go to the university
and therefore does not provide
EQUALITY OF OPPORTUNI
TY for development which is es
sentia to a democratic system.
SHOULD SERVE THE NEEDS Of
EVERY INDIVIDUAL. - SHOULD
MEET THE DEMANDS OF EVERY
CHILD. RATHER THAN REQUIRE
THE CHILD TO MEET THE DE
MANDS OF TH INSTITUTIONS.
MORNING ENTERPRISE, SATURDAY. AUOUST
BIG PARTY HAS FUN
AT BEACH BONFIRE
Miss Clara. Fields and Miss Ruth
Brtghtblll were the hostesses at a
bonfire at the Willamette River
beach front on Twelfth street Thurs
day night The evening was pleas
antly spent Informally and lunch was
served. Those present were Mr. and
Mra. E. T. Fields. Mra. Tom Myers.
Mrs. H. P. Brlghtblll. Mlsa Johnson,
Miss Ruth Brtghtblll Miss Madge
Brtghtblll. Miss 8edonla Shaw, Miss
Belle Mattley, Mlsa Gertrude Hamil
ton. Mlaa Hasel Francis. Mlsa Nell
Caufleld, Mlaa Clara Fields, Miss Bess
Warner, Mlaa" Edna Holman. Miss
Hasel Toose. Miss Eva Alldredge.
Mlaa Vada Elliott, Mlaa Katbryn Sin
not t Meaara. Earl Ltouftt, Harold
fiwafrnnl Mtsra Mantromerv. Harry
Gordon. Lionel Gordon, Jack flusch.
Eddie Busch, Roy Armstmnji ana torn
REV. FERRIS DECLINES CALL.
Condon Clergyman Haa Deeldfd Te
."-r--Ge Beet. is . ...
Tk. D.n A V Katl-rla KAltAT AT the
. aa 4 -. n. a . -
Congregational church at Condon, Or.,
who was given a can to tne ongi-e-mtia-Miat
hnra.i ff thla ltv and who
accepted, ha withdrawn his accep
tance, and will remain at i-onaon iur
the present He will leave later for
the East to live.
Couple Gats License.
Cdunty Clerk Mulvey istued a mar
4i lloAnaa in rtalia M Porth and
Russell B. Domer of Portland, ta Fri
day afternoon. .
2 By President J. H. Baker
; of Colorado University t
'HERE ii much
WASTE in gen
secondary and college.
Of the material enijlr
ed little fan PKUMA
NEXT value, or intUfti
anr ra!nw whatever, arv
! v retained. Of the
"ixunbn& rsvni r.!r a trail I p;irf
XEEDS. btli prartioii aii'l iUh t.
The FIltsT KEilKDY i
lection -and eliminati-ni, flicil
to subjects and topic of tudv.
Extent of ground covered a eri
terion for promotion or for a J
miwion to college is the Auieri
can standard of quantity applied
to our education. Let the teach
er and lending educator? em
ploy courai' equal to heir nn
rictionn and ?'K-laim the i-'t.l of
The next source of eeonornv i
adapting method to the nature of
the subject. Subjects of prime
importance uhope principle hnve
the widest application Hr "peiMl-
lv fitted to cultivate ACCURACY,
PERSEVF.RAXCF. and EN
By William H. Maxwell,
Superintendent of New
F. mut wait for the elab-
orufion Dr. Sidin"
own plHn of education
before pronouncing judgment on
his attempt to bring into CO.V
TEMPT AXD RIDICULE what
has grown lip throughout the age
in the way of education. Of con ran
it is entirely powible that Dr. Ridis
will lay before the world some
method much MORE EFFI
CIENT for training the young
than the evolutionary product
which we now use.
Even, however, if he should be
able to convince philosophers that
he has found betteK.way it will
require much PATIENT RE
SEA RCTI to establish its VA
LIDITY in '.,br common mind
and much arduous tabor to put it
into GENERAL PRACTICE,
IT MUST EVER BE BORNE IN
MIND THAT EOUCATIONAL PRAC.
TICE IS NOW AND ALWAYS HAS
BEEN A LONG WAY BEHIND EDU
CATIONAL THEORv.' . ' " '"
By M. QUAD
Copyrisht 1. hr AasoelataJ Lit.
As a child, as a girl, a a wl, at
a woumu. tiraudiua Harbin was I"
aeaited of tbe uxual number ofleetli
given to a uuuiau Itelng. 'Iln'.v were
whit 'aad even aud atmim At the
age of , forty-Ore tbey were HU all
there, and ah was rsnall' of masti
cating the toughest meat. Tb'u two
thing baend. She Uwt litr hus
band and her teeth begau toiliTsy. At
fifty she bad only one tooth lett! ''
You may think that bud gruudnia
been ever so poor, which nso wasn't
she would have tried hard te save ber
teeth. 8be was financially tle to do
this or to have artificial ones supplied,
but she wss eccentric.
Grandma could nave lived alnir on
tbe property left her by Harbin, hut
luck t-sine her wsy. A.alstsT IW nd
left her $80,000 in rash. Kh hl
brothers and sinters and neahtfws
nieces, aud all Uved. In si"ir"ul,d?
"I'm going to break np hossekeeplng
and board around among you.",sbe
aald. "I shall psy my board. Noe of
you will get any of my mosey till my
death, and then It will be divided up
according to tbe way 1 think best."
Now, then, why should ttiuee rela
tives, and with them a lurge number
of the villagers, have concerned them
selves about grandma's sol surviving
tooth? It waa there and doing busi
ness. One lone tooth in a mouth Is not
much of an ornament, but grandma
waa not proud. Almoet tbt drat ques
tion asked ber .when she ratue among
her relatives and strange people was
why she didn't bavo thai tooth ranked 1
out and a false set put la ror or
long year that Question wis ed al
most dally, and no one was exactly
satisfied with tbe answer.
Well, that baa been a good tooth to
me, and 1 don't want to go back on It
at tbe end. I can chew everything
witB It except a rind tf 'pork, and
rinds ain't healthy anyhow.
One of ber 'brothers got It luto his
head that grandma waa too stingy to
buy false teeth, and be generously of
fered to foot the bill. A slater offered
to take her to tbe city free ef cost,
and another brother brought a dentist
to the bouse, and said tbe plates mnst
be of gold.
"No; we'll let It go Just as It Is." waa
the reply. ! can't expect to be purty
at my age. and 1 haven't got tbe least
mite of vanity about me." -
One woman went so far aa to doubt
If a person wiMi only on tooth could
go to besven. Grandma replied that
a an angel she expected to be supplied
with the usnal number, but tbe matter
began to worry ber. To heaven she
surely wanted to go when ber time
came, and ahe didn't want that tooth
to keep ber out. and one , day ahe
sought tbe minister and asked his ad
vice, lie had been posted in advance,
bnt be couldn't deceive her. He
thought she ought to get false teetn.
but tbe moat be would say In tbe case
waa that be had never beard of any
connection between tbe soul and tbe
teeth. There might he, but he bid
not come across It."
"Well. I'll take a chance on it." re
piled grandma, considerably relieved.
Any doctor will say right off band
that bad teeth or lack of teetb Is
bad for tbe stomach. About seven dif
ferent doctors were paid to drop In
and tell Grandma Ilnrbtn so. They
made It extra strong In her ease. They
talked of flatulency. Indigestion, bil
iousness and all that, but tbe old lady
only laughed at them and replied:
"Lands save yon. bnt I hare never
bad one of them ailments In my life,
and I'm too old to begin now."
It was hoped by the rlllagers that
grandma would leave money for a
church bell, a library and a fund to
drain a large marsh. It was hoped by
her relstives that tbey would get every
cent of It, though there were no hard
feelings about it. When tbe good old
woman finally died she bad a large
funeral, and there was an amicable
gathering to bear lier will read. After
the usual preface It started off with:
"To esch of the seven doctors who
have advised me to have my tooth out
I leave $1 to help them study np on
"I leave no bell to any church. If a
Christian can't tell when It' time to
go to meeting let bim stay bnme.
"I leave no money to drain the
marsb. It's been there fifty years,
and tbe people ought tb have got nsed
"I leave no money for a public li
brary. The men haven't time to read,
and the women have housework to do.
"To Tnrson Williams I leave the
sum of 9100. that be may look further
into the subject of the soul and tbe
"To each of my brothers end sisters
tne sum of $-"iOo. this 'lielng the num
ber of times, aa nenr as I can estimate
to date, that tbey have asked, me to
have my tooth drawn.
. "To Mrs. Martha Htebblns. who said
I looked like nn old cow. the sum of
150. to lie nsed to strnluhfen ber cross
"To Miss Helen Paris, my niece,
who has never once mentioned my
tooth nor attempted to advise or
cajole, all the rest of my estate, real
snd personal, snd may she go througu
II fe minding ber own business In the
same sensible way."
That was the will, and It held good,
and should a stranger with only one
tooth or no teeth st all hit thst town
today not a person would seem to take
notice or offer blm a word of advice
. A Hint te the Engaged.
There is a superstition which says
thst engaged couple , who are photo
graphed together never get married.
Superstition In gradually dying down,
so that few would be kept back by an
old woman's laying. There Is, bow
ever, one thing which should keep en
gaged eonplea from being photograph
ed together, and that Is th thought
that if either or both should marry
some one else tbe fewer tokens there
are of previous love nffnlrs the greater
Is th chance of happtui-ea In Ibe flnnl
choice. Exchange. .
PEACHES ARE BEST
FOR CAtllllti'G HOW
While this week was the principal
time for family peacn caimm. -.
- in k.. annul nnrmrtunltV dur
um, vw m r . - .
Ing the flrat part of the coming week
for consumer to fill their want In
Quality of peaches Is now at the
k..i .n,l nrliw 1M BUD DO ted tO be SS
cloaa to the low point as tbey will
reach thla season..
Dry rot peaches bsve maae iuw
appearance for tbe first time this sea
son.. Tnese supplies cuius iivm.
...... all.tli( I Km t ahllllMHi SO IHUCh Of
this claaa .of stuff to tbe market dur
ing the past few years, mere is
II, ,1. 4aman far thla cloaS Of StUff
and sacrifice prices must be made In-
order to move tne arnvaia. oi'"
of their tendency to rot very quickly
the peaches are of unusually good ap-
aainilM .Tl.l ha ait'SHalll fUVOr.
For Immediate consumption they are
perhapa the best peachea that have
entered the market thta year.
IMDEa tfluvlng Qreen hides. 5c
to 6c; aalters, JHo to 6Wc; dry hides.
Uc to-ltc- SbLep pelts.. zac. 10 J8C
nKIICD rRUITS Local prices are
firm at from So to 10c on apples and
prunes, peache are Ise.
SALT (Selling 60c to 0e tor fine.
SO lb. sack, half ground 40c; 75 for
100 lb. aacka.
SACK VEGETABLES Carrota,
tl 15011.60 per sack; parent pa, 11.15
Oil 60; turnips. 1 J5tfl .69; neeia,
VEGETABLES Asparagus. tOcO
Sl.TS per crate; cabbage, aew. tl per
hundisdwelght; cauliflower. It. .00
$1.75 per doien; celery, California, 75c
090c per doien; encumnera, ii.ourj
t: 25 ner doien: eggplant. 15o per lb.;
garllc7I0cCc,per pound: lettuce.
50c perdosen;JpotbOiiee lettuce,
C12 Dei box; pass. K'Olie per
poind; peppers, 30cOS5c r pound;
radishes, 15c per doaen;. rhubarb, IV.C
(13c per pound; sprouts, bc, tomatoes,
ONIONS Jobbing prtos; Oregon
$3.75 per 100: Australian. 13.50 per
100; Texaa, 33.35 per crate: Califor
nia, 13 per crate
Oreo" Cltv. Stock Quotation. ..
HOGS Hogs sre quoted He tower
rrom 138 lbs. to 160 lbs, tVfct, from
160 Ibe. to 300 Ibe. me.
RACON. LAUD aud HAM. are firm
VHKlT CALVES Veal calvee wing
from c to tuc according tn grade.
UEEr STEERS leel -teere for
the local market are fetching IVsoto
6'iC live eeigftt.
8HERP Ai nrm at e to 5fl live
Ouetarrana Oregon City.
POTATOES Best, Buying IVi cents
FIX)UR AND FEED---Flour IS
needy, selling from 36 to 35 50; very
little of cheaper gradea.
OATS ( Buyng I tlray. 123 to.24.
white, from 125 to e)26. '
B1TTT5R (nnymri Ordinary
cenntry brings from 15e to 30c,
fancy dairy from 20c to 32c. cream
ery 22c to 35c.
EGnS Best grade 25 cents.
POUJTRY (Buying Mrm with lit '
tie good stock offered. Good hens are
bringing 12c. Old roosters are In poor
demand, broilers bring from 15c to 18c,
with good demand.
WOOL (Buy..r rfTool prices are
ranting from 14 to 17 cents.
FEED Shorts 319 to $30; rolled
barley. $31.50 to $3260; process bar
ley, $33.00; whole corn, $19.00;
cracked corn. $40 00; wheat $32.00
to $T: oil meal, $53; 8hsdv Brook
dairy feed, $1.25 per hundred pounds.
HAY (Buying.) Tlmotby $1 io
$17; clover $9 to $10; oat hay, best.
$12: mixed, $10 to $12; alfalfa, $12 to
BEATEN BY REGULARS
8AN FRANCISCO. Aug. 25.-Com-plete
victory for the regula s over the
Insurgents in tho Fraternal Order of
Eagles was gained here today, when
the la.it ballot was counK.d and the
Herlng ticket elected with a huge ma
jority. Cleveland won the 1912 con
vention by an overwhelming decision.
The new officers are: Frank E
Herlng of South Bend. Ind. grand
worthy president; William J. Brett
nan. Pittsburg, grand worthy vice
president ; William U Grayson. Sa
vannah, (!a., grand worthy chaplain:
John 8. Parry, San Franclaco. grand
worthy secreta; Flnley McRae, Hel
ena Mont., grand worth treasurer;
Fred J. Lynch, Newl Westminster B
C.,-grand worth conductor; John E
Murray. Worcester. Mass., grand In
side guard. Grand trustees-Conrad
II. Mann, Milwaukee; E. I). Sanders.
Spokane; Io Meyer, Oklahoma City,
and Joseph If. IKiwIIng, Dvton. Ohio.
Thomas F. Oralv. of New York,
retiring grand worthy president, be
comes cx-offlclo chairman :.f the board
of grand trustees.
The contests were few. Fred J
Lynch, of New Westminster. B. C. de
feated C. H. Danner, of Fort ficott,
Kan., the Incumbent for grand con
ductor, and John F. Malonny, of New
York, was beaten for the grand secre
taryship by John 8. Parry, of Ban
anclsco Frank LeRoy. Incumbent,
of Victoria. B. C. and James H. Han
land, of St. Paul, were defeated for
tees t0 th" bttrd of graiul ,ru"-
n honor of their victory over Hons-
rlXM ,or tb next convention.
With the election out of the way. tha
convention today settled down to the
mor Important routine business. To
night the drill teams will compete for
prizes. The Sacramento Valley Engles
held a reception today at the Palace
Hotel, distributing wine, beer anS
fruit produced In their section.
A broker wus about to writ a note
to a man whose Inltluls be had forgot
ten. Rather than look It np lie picked
np tbe phone ihe did know the num
beri and asked the mun s stenographer
to give him her employer's Initials.
"C. D.," waa tbe answer, .but (be
broker wasn't certain.
"C. C did you sayf
"No," she snapped, "C Dunder
standi D. for dog."
And rang off.
Tbe inquirer entertains no doubts of
the sentiment she entertains' toward
ber employer.-C'levelsnd Leader
people who sarry all thf sash areuod with them seld H
cumulate a eompttene.
These who depeelt regularly In Ms bank Insrease net Mt,
aah sssels. but build a substantial eredlt ale. ' "
Cash aoss furthest when supplemented by Ooed Credit,
p'no' yeur cssh and build yeur eredlt at .......
Thi Bank of Oregon City
OLDEST BASK III TBS C0U1ITT
II ) i.aTOUKCTTB Praaldeal
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
...... . of OREGON &TY , OREGON
trans-ota a CraaavelSeehles Sualnaa
MRS. SWUNNCW 0IVN FAHTV..
Ravaral of the women of Parkplace
Thursday went to the home of Mrs.
Joseph Ilrunner, where they spent me
tt.v nu of the features of the af
fair waa a dinner, each lady attending
donating toothsome viands. Mrs.
Brunner presented esch euen with
one of her fine cabbage beads, and
many farolllea In Parkpiace r naay sn-
Joyed cabbage for dinner Needle
work was inauigeii in ins si.wi"
Those present were Mr. John KenL
Mrs. Jones. Mrs. rraser.Mra. Munser.
Mr. Kalmbach. Mra. r. i-ucas. sirs.
Harrr Peckover. Mrs. Kaurn. wra.
UHeui. Mrs. W. A. Holme, Karrlaon
and Webster Lucas, waiiac iaim-K.-h
Italia and. Cecil Lalui. Vivian
and Veatnice Kauch, Keva Jones.
a . aa a a ST' . .
lUontr) Veil A fir
wlU ba uiawivd al eae eaal a ward, , fsrsl
inMMlon. aif a it """ . wm"..
lino m lach rare. II aar tmm
h aara, l mm I si ear aiaaia
. .... a. mm m4mr SlUsaa SS
haa aa p axuiit with laa aaaar. Ma
a. i -1 - -. - a-MM: ajkaja.
arrora oecar fraa eurractad aMWja til a
artattad tor saliva. Mlalraua, anarae tac
WANTED 'ollciors to see my col
lection of all sorts of curio, an
tiques, and lodlan trlnketa; stamps
for atamn collectors: coins for
numlsmstlsts. arrow beads for arch-:
eologlats, etc, I buy and sell all
sorts of curios; also all kinds of
secondhand furniture and tools,
George Young, Main, near Fifth
vVANT-Mtuaii advertisements fo
ibis col'jma sviees very reason
able, be rate at kead of olima
Kead the Morning Knterprtae.
WANTED Hop i picker, good pick
ing, good camp grounds, free cratea,
free transportation from boat or
train to yard for pickers snd bag
gage. Apply P. Kurnlck, 139 llth
WANTED To rent 1 or 3 acre of
(land and bouse; outbuildings for
chicken raising preferred; low rent.
Address F , J. D.. case Enterprise.
Oregon C(y. It
WANTED Girl at Brunswick restau
rant. - ' it
WANTED You to know that the Ea
terprlse Job printing department Is
tbe moat complete la tne Stat,
outside Portland. Try It for your
WANTED (llrl for general house
work. Call at atore one door north
of First National Bank, or opposite
FOR 8 A LB Space In this col u roe
B.ll aV.a .1. ' I .
ouu io.i uiu piow or narrow; yon
don't use It since you purchased
your new one.
FARM LOANS Dlmlck m Dlmtck
lawyers. Oregon City. Or.
O. D. EBY, Attorney-at-taSw. Money
loanen. ststrscis furnished. rtn
tUlee eismlned. estates sell lad. awn
eral law biislOMa. rwr Bank e
U'REN A SCHITETIRI AlK.rn.T..
Iw, Deutarher Advnhat, will prae
tlce In all courts, make collection,
and settlement. Office In Enter
prlee Bldg.. Oregfin Cltv, Oregon
BUILDER AND CO-TnacT0rt
HARKY JONES Builder aad General
CAiitMaAB lf.ai . ...
given on all elassee of balldlog
work, concrete wark ana rel a forced
concrete. Res. phone Main ill
. H. COOPER, For Fire Insurahcf
- neai cam. Lat ua handle
rour properties we buy. sell and
etchsnge. Office Id Enterprise
J". Oregon City, Oregon
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THf
SrM5 0F OREGON FOR
E coK'Mr r vi- A',b,rt
TOinAJh'AJ' CowlM' fndant:
an i nam" of ' of Ore-KilndSs-,,erel,Jr
asamai .","r JLht "H-It filed
der of urm,':? Pllhed by or
was marls 4 .nrt wn,ch orfl"
Attorney for Plaintiff,
J MBTBE. Cas,,.
FREYTAG AND EBY
- - get fair eh::
O. B. rreyUg and 0. D Kby, tl
went to Canby early la the weak k
the Interest of the Clackamas Max
display at th eocolng Bute hfc
Balem, were very fortunste h m
talnlng fine samples of fmlttl;
have been placed la a presertatluk
Mr. rreytas, and are os display aK
office near th Souther fo k
Hon. R. 8. Coe, who la eae cf
prominent frultgrowra of this tor
gave to these man soma of kit I
shew plqma, Pacific prunes sal t
i paro. mr. tumramii ass Bror
. - -. . . . . -. v., , r
aampiee oi aoros oi nia W tiara.
Mii.imamiii ra nia mil nAji . . a .
rrom the Walnut Groveyam
apple and Petit prunes wf
.There Is no doubt that CUdaas
county will hav an exhibit atw
Stat Fair that will be a credit his
Patronise our advertiser.
CARRIER SERVICE AT
Beginning the moralagata!
urday. August t. all aaaarrbt
ers for the Morning Entarprsil
living In snd about WitUaami
will receive their papers by art
rler Instead of by mall. VrMt
Wilson will be the carrier as I
will act as agent st Wttaitti
REMEMBER. SATURDAY, i
26 the new Carrier Serviee MMt
Cor Vawnha ind Twenty-raerlk fit
Auguet 14, IS, If 17. 1HM5
Oames iegln Weekdays st $ s
Sundays, t:30 P. M.
LADIES' DAY FRI0AY.
Hoy tldei' II ITee to Bcsi
K hLIGHT RUNNINSf?
lfywa wanleltbera Vlhratlnr
6huUlrariniaThr.-rt (f .
Hewlu Meelilne write
THI IIW I0MI MVIII MACHItl
Maar anrlat a.at Ii I an.
Our suaraarr mvmtrt a
aid by aanksrlsed alaaler a
, roa sAi sv (
W. U MAREHALL. -' (
ISO Marelaan It. Portia"".
Tor the .arreet
of anv person or P"00. nt t
unlawfully remove cople .,
premise of subscribers .
'psper baa been placed th
. . .:':;..ia4M'
THE MORNING ENTI jRejJJ
. . . . av. .l1nwln( SI"1
w ii on aie at am - v
w every nay: i
Huntley Bros DruM
e Main Street
I w. MoAulty-C "
Seventh and Main.
e Becrest Confectionery
e Mala near 8Jt'
M E Dunn-ConfeotBrT
Next door to P.
, City Dnif B'0,rt
d R1artrto Hotel.
e ' Bhr-aboionfex!tton7
. Seventh and X Q- A""