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OREGON CRT, OREGON
L E. BRODIf, Editor and PvbllaMr.
"atered a second-claee matter Ju
ary , 111. at th poet ffle at Orea-oa
City. Orna, undei th Act of Marok
on Tw, by mall .. ., ..
81 Mint Km. by mall . . ..
Four Mnath. by mail
Frr wrek. by carrier
- rtiet Paav. per inc rirat Inaartieai.
riret ran, pot inc aaeea ineertioeta. .ie
Preferred poeltwQ aay pea, par tnoh
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frred paaltlaa any pec, par kaoh
addrd hMrUgai .......... .i
ttua paper otru r thea flrat p par feaoh
IxnA laaertlon Ua
Hu paper ether -haa flrat pea, par aaoa
. added maartlona Se
Local lae wr llaa; to re-ular advar
leer so Ma. -v.
Waal. Per Bala. To Rant, ate., aa
ent a word flrat maertlem; oae-aalf eeat
Rate for a il vert la hut m Aa Weekly
Cnterprta will be the earn aa as the
Sally, for ddvartiaemeata art eepeoeaity
tor the weakly. Wtiere the aavruaaeat
to traneferred from the dally to the week
ly, without enaag. th rat will be aa
aa tnoh for run of the paper, aad la aa
lack for apeetai poeUlom,
Caah ahouM accompany ardor where
'arty la imkatwi la bnatnaaa offloa of
(he Knterprta. -. ' s
Legal advert lain- at lel advert latns
drcua dverttetag and special traaalenl
urverttslna at Mo to 60c aa Inch, accord -
to apedal condition -overnln- the
"Fire Sale" and Bankrupt Bale" adver
i laaiaaata We lawn Clrat Iwaaxiaai aial
tonal biaeitlona aame matter Mo lacb.
New Itema and well written article
f merit, with Intereat to local reader,
will be gladly accepted. Rejected aiana
eorrpre never returaed ualeea aonompaa
leo by atajnoe to prepay poet age.
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
Aug. 27 In American History.
1776-Battle of Lone Island-. A day ot
' . defeat for tbe patriot. .
190K- William F. Vilas, former United
. State senator frotu Wuh.-uo.81d and
cabinet . officer under President
Cleveland, died: bora 1340.
19KV-Waiter Kane Dodge Scott, or
. , nltboiogutt, died: born 1852
(Prom booo today to ooon tomorrow.i
Sua Beta :37. rlaea 5:1V; mooo set
8:35 p. m. ,
OUR ADMIRATION IS FOR TOGO.
The embatikyt fleets of Russia and
Japan are formed In battle array In the
Sea of Japan. The decks are cleared
for action. A tense science. The
guns roar.the narles clash, the world
Is wrapt in the clouds of batMe smoke,
' the air is pierced with the fchrleks of
the wounded and the dying, the sea
Is red with the life blood of the combatants.
Silence, and then the message: "We
hold the Straits. Togo."
Tears after. The little brown admir
al who sent that message, fresh from
the applause and acclaim of the Brit
ish empire, faces the cheers of the
people of the world's greatest repub-
; lie "The credit for the victory of the
Sea of Japan belongs to the emperor
and not to me," says the little brown
So it is not Admiral Togo, the con
queror of Russia, "the Nelson of Jap
an," whom we most like to admire.
It is rather Heihachlro Togo the man.
For ''before man made us citizens Na
ture made us men."
CREMATION SLOWLY GAINING.
Cremation as we know it originated
In 1866. After forty-five years of ag
itation there are today eighty crema
tories In Europe. - Of these twenty
tow are in Germany, seven in Switzer
land, and thirty In Italy. During 1901
about 13 000 bodies were cremated In
In this country from 1874 to 1900
there were 13011 cremations recorded.
This method of disposing of the dead
Is growing in favor, says the Journal
of the American Medical Association.
In Boston the substitution of crema
tories for Potter's fields has long been
agitated. In New York the bodies of
Immigrants dying of . Infectious di
seases at the quarantine station are
cremated, unless the surviving rela
tives hive religious scruples against
this method. The advance Is neces
sarily slow, but cremation Is gaining
In favor -and be fur, many years a
great deal of the prejudice now exist
ing against It will be dispelled.
No one weeps when congress ad
Washington aays a seagull in that
city's boo has learned to talk. That
bird is in the wrong place. It belongs
. It Is said 3,000,000 bushels of pick
les are annuity Consumed In this coun
try. This gives every one of the 57
varieties a chance to take the count
The statement that beer is made of
cabbage eaplalna the head of some
The wonder Is that people who bury
their pet dogs and cats In costly
caskets contrive to evade the law re
quiring the appointment of a guardian.
Some foreign titled lady could break
all records by marrying Hetty
T wish 1 knew aa much about
Th way that Ihlnira are coming out
A year fr0m now aa aoma folka do.
Though all they know may oot be true.
They pick their little candidate.
They straighten out the party elate.
And everything Is cut and dried
If but their rulea can be applied.
They tell ua Mr. Jones or Brown
Will pull a nomination down
And, having not along- that far.
Will run on like a parlor car.
Although It la a year ahead.
For them the final word la said.
Tbey cannot with all aeelng eyee -Gueaa
how It could be otherwise.
But let them hold their gueasing match
And secret for the future patch.
The people may Inalat that they
Will have a word or two to aay.
There may be smaahlng of th alatea
Aa pretty Mary amuahea plate.
And when we come to clear the wreck
Unheard of one may rule th deck.
A lot can happen In a year
Which at thla moment la not clear..'
We might have war. which In Ita turn
Would give ua candidate to burn.
There may be laauea burning hot
Of which today w reckon not
New measure rise and shine and set.
And so do candidate, you bet.
"A straight line." said tbe wise man.
"the shortest distance between two
"Unless" began the objector.
"No unless about it. It I ii inmitlve
"Unless, as I was about to remark,
there happens to be a bear standing
on the line."
liORNINO ENTERPRISE, SUNDAY. AUGUST .271911.
STORAGE IN TRANSIX,
PUBLIC RALLIES TO
AID OF CANDIDATES
(Continued from v 1.)
the great race In which yon are a par
tlclpant, and that every minute from
now on holds for you unlimited op
portunities providing you do your
best? All you whose names are on
the "Roll of Honor" have an equal
chance to win the first Grand Capital
Prise, a magnlficant Kimball Piano,
valued at 1400. If you make every
moment count Isn't It worth your
very best endeavor for the next six
days? Tou should all be very much
alive to the situation that confronts
you now. Tou should be ready to
suffer Inconveniences for the next six
days and no person should be too far
to reach where there Is a possible
chance of getting a subscription
(which means votes) as one or two
thousand votes may carry you on to
victory. Be warned, that the idling
away of so much as five minutes be
tween now thd next Saturday night at
9 o'clock may be the five minutes
that might have claimed success.
A warning that this race bids fair
to wind up with the closest rush for
first place ever recorded. Is all that
the Contest Editor can give you.
Tour fate is entirely In your own
hands and. if you loose hrough ne
glecting your campaign during the
last week. It will be absolutely your
own FAULT and not MISFORTUNE.
TOUR friends who have srood by you
are worthy of your deepest consider-
atlon and the way to show them ynu
appreciate what they have done for
you Is to put up the battle of your
life from now till 9 p. m., September
2. BE ONE OF THE WINNERS and
thus make It possible for your friends
who have assisted, to congratulate
you on your good fortune and suc
cess, and give them the Inward pleas
ure of feeling that they have helped
one who deserved It
iHsrd Work WIlLWIn
All you whose names are on the
"Roll of Honor" have worked pretty
hard, and have been putting about an
equal amount of time and energy into
the work of subscription-retting ana
unless you continue to put forth your
very best efforts your competitors will
beat you out and. your good work of
the past will avail you nothing and
your friends will have, virtually speak
ing, thrown their votes away. You
may have lots of votes in reserve,
but how about your competitors?
Perhaps you haven't got the best of
any of them, because they have been
putting In their share of hustling.
Now that the last special of
fer is In force you should do your
subscription may" be the means of
your winning the prize you are after,
but when you get one. don't stop at
that. If you can possibly help it. "Play
safe" and get all you can.
(BY THE CONTEST EDITOR.)
It Certainly Doe.
"Do yon know wbat that does
"Makes you dlsagreesble. '
Trade Methods Sher
V, J V? V W I ev
.A ' k4m'
Law Will '
By Attorney General
TZK alone does not con
stitute monopv. The
attuinmt'iit of ii dotni-
' ntnt position in a busi
ness acfjnirftl as the result of
II O N E S T ENTERPRISE
and normal methods of busi
ness development is not a vio
lation of the law. v
BUT UNFAIR METHODS OP
TRADE, BY DESTROYING AND
EXCLUDING COMPETITORS BY
MEANS OP INTERCORPORATE STOCK HOLDINGS OR BY MEANS OP
AGREEMENTS BETWEEN ACTUAL OR POTENTIAL COMPETITORS,
WHEREBY THE CONTROL OF COMMERCE AMONG THE STATES OR
WITH FOREIGN COUNTRIES IN ANY PARTICULAR LINE OP INDUS
TRY IS .8ECUREO OR THREATENED, EXPOSE THOSE WHO ARE
CONCERNED IN SUO.H EFFORTS TO THE PENALTIES PRESCRIBED
IN THE SHERMAN ANTI-TRUST LAW, BECAUSE THEY ARE EN
GAGED IN MONOPOLIZING OR ATTEMPTING TO MONOPOLIZE SUCH
COMMERCE. -4 1
It is also now settled that no form of corporate organization, mer
ger or consolidation; no ifJecies of transfer of title, whether by sale,
conveyance or mortgage, and no lapse of time from the date of the
original contract, conspiracy or combination can BAR federal court
of equity from terminating an, UNLAWFUL RESTRAINT or
compelling the disintegration of MONOPOLISTIC? COMBINA
TION. v ' .
. ' o
Ptiote by American Preea Association.
The contest closes September 2 at
9 p. m. sharp. No votes will be receiv
ed after that time.
REMEMBER the last special offer
of the contest is now in force. It
continues up to the last minute. Any
candidate on the "Roll of Honor" can
take the lead if she makes the best
of the opportunity.
Don't overlook small subscriptions,
they count the same as at the begin
ning of the contest. A thousand votes
may be the winning ones on the clos
. Send in subscriptions as early as
you can, as the subscribers want the
paper. You can hold tho vote certi
ficates in reserve if you wish and
poll them at any 'time before 9 p. m.,
Steady work from now rrh and a
long term subscription occasionally
may win a Capital Prize.
Candidates whose names were
dropped from the list today can get
: back in the race by bringing their
vote total up to 50,000.
Next Thursday night It the last
time votes will be counted by the Con
test Management. Friday morning
the ballot box will be sealed and turn
ed over to the Judges. Better vote
early and often from now on so that
i your friends will know you are a pos
I Bible winner. It means the.v will come
to your aid more readily when they
see you are near the top of the list.
AGAIN WE SAY: Don't overlook
any subscription. One vote may be
tne means or winning thd prize you
Not many changes Ip the vote totals
today. Guess you are all too busy
getting subscriptions to take time to
vote. Or perhaps you are holding
back to make a grand rutih on the
Don't overlook any promises made
by friends to help before the close of
the contest. Go after lhen at once.
They may be waiting for you.
A twenty-year subscription may win
a $400 piano. It's worth trying to
Miss Smith still keeps the lead fn
District No. 2. ;
Miss Closner, the second on the
"Roll of Honor,'' In District No. 2,
telephoned in for two more receipt
books Saturday. I wonder "what's
Miss Ream continues to hold third
place, but the others f.r "up and
Any candidate in District No. 1 Is
eligible for first 'place. Going to bo
aa exciting finish September 2.
If you want your friends to know
you are In the race, you had better
do some voting before August 31, as
the last count will be made by the
Contest Management and published
on that date. Friday morning the bal
lot box will be sealed and turned over
to the judges and no count made until
after 9" p. m., September Z, when the
winners will be declsred. The Judges
will be announced Tuesday morning.
They will be representative men of
our community and show no partial
" SNAPSHOTS OF LA MOOL
Dainty' Bonnet Per Little Girl Shae
A band of mbrutUi'iv.l lti"' Ikv
a little lloume of wiirlnK'-d net ami a
crown of plslted silk with a bunch of
so tin rout tlutteni'd l l', "M wm
poses a truly dui i.v form of liendgesr
for a iblld. j- . .
Hlcb white shoes lu Itiuti with kid
tips are worn exteuMlvely with while
Many llnou tailor Jackets have a lit'
tie flnUh of white Inside the collar for
BHOBT KIMONO WITH fKASANT HMtKVB.
the double purpose of breuktng the
hard line of the cloth and to act ss a
protection for th floe lav of the IhmL
With the Jeweled lori;nette Is worn
a long cbnlu to match, or. what Is
newer, a chain that fall only to the
Children's socks with oHnwork sre
decldiHlly smarter than tbe plain ones.
The garment that I cut in klniono
or eaiint style always tnki-s pretty
and Krut-eful lines. Ili-ty is n iif-Rlii:ie
that Im uiohI attractive, yet simple Ttie
neck edce is finished with Nk' i-ollur
and rt-vcrs. and the nIi-wcm niiiy b
gnthercd and' finished with a cuff or
may bang In kimono fushloti.'
This kiajr Manton pattern la cut In i)lJe
for mlBsra of fourteen, sixteen nrnl elctu
een xar of aa. Beml 10 cent to till
office, g-lvins number. 7101. unci II will be
pomptly forwarded to you by mail If In
haate end an additional two cent atump
for letter poataa. which Inaurva more
Advanced Medals Shew Skirts So
Tight Wearer Can Hardly Walk.
Fasbionnble inllora iltrlurv Unit tht
models brought by them from I'iiiU
for '0lyUig pun"" ure mo ilht Unit
the wetirer walks with dllllctilty.
The plaited rullle which Im mo much
worn is thought by tnuny women to
PORTLAND, Aug. 3.-(SpclaU-The
Northwestern Fruit Kxchunge Is
Just In receipt of advance Informa
tion from the various transcontinental
Hues to the effect that Its efforts in
behalf of the growers of the North
west to secure storage In transit rates,
have at last niet-wit success, aud
this privilege will be published to
take effect as soon as it can be ar
ranged by the Interested carriers.
The Exchange has worked Inces
santly along broad lines to secure
this privilege for the growers. - It has
realised It as something of growing
and of Immediate necessity to the In
dustry, and has therefore used Its
strongest efforts to the end that the
concession be obtained from tbe rail
roads. The value to the fndustry of permit,
ting storage in transit of boxed ap
ples will be readily appreclsted. Ow
ing to the perishable nature ot in
feumodjty, and tbe very limited time
In which the entire output ot the
Northwest must be harvested, it be
came apparent, to atudents of the
marketing end of the Industry that
some very vital change had to be
Inaugurated prior to the time tbe lu
dustty tiiitgrew its-timlted states.
CASH and CREDIT
People 'Who carry all tMlr around with (ha Mt44
cumulate s eoiripstenoe, .
Tho who deposit regularly In this bank Inoreaoe not tnl . .
.ash assets! but build a substantial sr.dlt else. " m
Cash ooes furthest when supplemented by Good Credit
D.po." your ossh and build your credit at
The Bank of Oregon City
' OLDEST DANK IN TDK COUNTY
I UM'KICTTB pmaMeal
HIDES (Buying Green hides. Re
to 6c; aalters, hc to 6Vc; dry hldea.
lie to 14o. Sheep pelts, 25c to 76c
DRIED FRUITS txx-al prices are
firm at from 8c to 10c on apples and
prunes, peaches are I sc.
SALT Selling 50c to 90c lor line
60 lb. sixck. half ground 40c; 76 for
100 Ib eack a. , , '
Poitland Vegetable Market.
SACK VEGETABLES Carrots
11.25(1)1.60 per suck; parsnips, Sl.SS
ft $160; turnips, $1 2511.50; beets.
VKGETAllLKs Asparaaui. 90c
$1.75 per "-ate; J-abbage, iiew. $1 per
hundiedwelKh'; cauliflower, $l.0u
$1.75 ier doxen; celery. California, 75c
4f9oe per don; cucumbers, $l.iotf
$2.25 per donen; cxiplant. 15c per lb.,
garlic, 10c 12c per pound; lettuce.
60o per d.tsen; hotho.is lettuce., $1.5')
6$2 per box; peas, 9ci lie pet
prond; peppers, 3ocff35c p-'f xmnd;
radishes, 15c per do;;o; rhubarb, 2'V
$i3e per pound: sprouts, 9c; tomatiw
A Side Light on Po.
Wlllle-Ray. pa. you ought to seethe
men across tbe street raise a building
on Jocks. I 'a labwDtlyi-Imnosslble,
Willie! Ton can open ou Jacks, but a
man Is a fool to try to raise on them
er I mean it must hare been quite
sight. -Pink. v " .
A Delightful Reason.
Boatman Peter an metl not be
able .to tske ye oot flsbln' tonight,
ma'am, but Peter's nephew will be
aftber takln ye av ye like. Lady
Well, I boH Peter's nephew Is cleaner
than Peter ' la flout muo - Re Is.
ma'am: he's younger.-Imdon Punch.
ONIONS Jobbing prlce; Oregon
$2.75 por 100: Australian, $3 50 t-r
100; Texaa, $2.25 per crate: O'lfor
ula, $2 per crate
Oregon Cltv Stock Quotation.
HOGS Hogs are quoted. He lower
From 125 lb, lo 150 lbs, 9V. from
150 lbs. to 200 lbs. 8 He.
IUCON. LAKH ! HAM. nra Orro
VEAL CALVE8 Veal ralvea nrlna
from Sc to hk; accordmc m -ruie.
1IKKF STEERS 'leel -leer foi
the local markets are folcnln Sct"
CMiC live wetgnt.
SIIKEP i uiiii at 1C to 5 lln
Ouotarcsn "or Oregon rjlt)
POTATOES Rest, Buying l cent
FI.OUR" AND KEED-Flot.r I
siet'ly, selling from $5 to $5 30; very
little of cheaper grades, 1 .
OATS-T-IBuyngl Iray $23 to $21.
while, from $25 to $20.
BI'TTIR (Buyt'igi Ordtnnry
ccunfry brings from 15c to 20c.
fancy dairy from 20c to 22c, cream
ery 2?r to i!5p.
kr,r;S llest grade 25 cents.
POULTRY (Buying Firm with IK
tie good stock offered. Good hens are
bringing 12e.. Old roosters are In poor
demand, broilers bring from 16c to ISo
wllh good demand
WOOL (Biiy.-,gl ,V'ool prices r
rsnclng from 14 to n cents.
FEED Shorts $29 to $:ifl; roiled
barley, $31.50 to $3250: process tnr
ley. $33.00; whole corn, $''9.00;
ciucWed corn. $40 00: wheat $32 00
to $33: oil meal, $53: 8hndv nrook
dairy fend, $1.25 per hundred pounds
HY (Buying.) Tlmnth $16 ro
$17: clover $9 to $10: oat hav, best.
$12: mixed. $10 to $12; alfalfa! $12 to
FOB SCHOOL tk1H.
be an extrnvagnnce. nx It difficult to
launder mid miIII more dlllicult to
pin It. Tile woman who Im wIm Ihih
UiIm dulnty iicceMnoiy wiiMhed mid
Ironed mid then lakes the frill to a
piiiliinjr Mlnip, where It Im turned oiii
like new for a few centM
There Im delightful evidence of n
few Inches added length to line new
llnndMoiue ribbon,) of Mutlu iwid Milk
bat-kirroiind. hkhIiihi which Minnd out
wonderfully natural velvet -rimes and
flornl di-MlKiiM. are to piny n i-iuiMpli-ii
oum part In the coming millinery.
The loiwe cost Im the preferred one
for the little girl. Here Im n model thai
may be finished with n btg Miiare col
lar or a round one. dm desired. 'In tbe
Illustration It Is cm (,ff to three-ipiHrter
length. JLIHC CHOI.I.ET.
This May Manton pattern I cut for
girl of 1x. eight, ten and twelve yeara
of age. Bend 10 cent to thla office, giving
number. Till, and It win be promptly for
warded to you by mall, if in haate send
an additional two cent stamp for letter
poetac. which Insures more prompt delivery.
Freeiing th Hair On.
It Is reported that Sir Ernest Shack
leton recommended extreme cold as
one of tbe best means of strengthening
the hair. Almost all that went with
him on bis antarctic expedition found
tbst their bats, grew . thicker and
stronger ss tbey approached the pole.
It wss also found tbst bsldheaded
men were almost never found among
those who worked for a cold storsge
company, where tbe men Work all day
In a temperature of 20 degrees of frost
and the t-oid seems to make their ball
thicker -Medical Timea.
BY HARD HITTING
PORTLAND, Aug. 2li.-(Sp..clal )
Portland handed the Senators another
good drubbing today, n,, teaom hit
the ball bard, the Beavers excelling
In this respect. The scoro was 12 to
3 and the home team made JS hits to
the Senators 13. Sacramento made
two errors and Portland mnde one.
Portland made 4 runs la the f,rB!
and the same number In the second
The Senators acorrd two In 'lie sixth
and one ln the tiinih.
The results Saturday follow
Pacific Coaut League-Portland 12
Sacramento 3, Oakliind2,lx) r Angeles
1; erVnon 7, San Francisco 5
Northwestern League-Portland 7,
Victoria 1 ; Vancouver 7, Seattle ' 2;
Spokane 9-11, Tacoma 14
Tfrlc.an LcaKUC rtrolt 11,
Washington 6; Philadelphia 7-6. Cleve
and 6-3; New York 3, Chicago 2 st
Louis 5, Boston 4. ' l'
National League-New York 6,
J.t,,Lm"8 U- Boston 15; Phila
delphia 3. Cincinnati 1.
C. fleer U.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of OREGON CITY i OREGON
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REAL ISTATI TRANl'Inl ;
r Uwls, o.7o acres of j2
er U. L C. No. 43 m..
south, rang I wt; $10.
Uuilae Mtln and w. tittJ
Claude g. and Ella llarrli 'tnw -j-Clackamas
rred Matthias and lleurletu
thlaa to A. U HhauKhnsuy i !
of seel Ion 10, township soulkS
I east; $10.
Jesse Hohson to Had I wv.1
II and U, township J soytk, ntTt
east; $500. -
Klleu F. Martin lo Sadie g. ru.
land In section H and it,
I south, range I east; $10.
CARRIER SKRVICI AT J
Iletlnnlna the niornlne rfhi
urday. August 20. sll uhcti
living In and about Willsattui
will receive their papers era!
4- rler Instead of by mall, a smut
Wilson will be th rarrier tali
will aet as agent at WIINnmttt
REMEMBER. HATI.'KDAY, isit
20 the new Carrier Bertie ttvti '
COACHERS IMPORTANT COGS.
Manager Hugh Jenn.nga Say Th
Play Important Pari During Gams.
"Coacher are lin'rlnl cogs lu
baseball." recite Mnnainnv llyuhle
I'Mrilciiliiriy ta ihl true of ih
roncti atiitioneil at Until lMe Al oiue
state of iilmo-l ever) same till man
liiu-l dii-lde liiMlnntlv whether S a or
lug i-limii-e l pn-eiinil T do 'hi be
iiiuhI know hi nii-n 11ml Hwlr oiW
iieiit lie uuit t"i"i" in iiihsme
for an enn-rgeucy Mi.-ii Ho- time
.tme he mut art iiii 'iii bi-iiiiiiou
"The -l bird la- n.o h uiul keei
ronxiiinl walcb on the 'niiciili r. with
B runner on tei-onil I runner
wstclu-M the liall
warn him a Ilea an oi'ioi.-in Hp" ot
"Ever brtHeliall crowd like clenli
from seiiMfleMS yelling,
pitcher and the like "
Unique Golfing Record.
Major .1 I. Morrow, head of the nav
Igbtlou dlvUlon of the navy depan
ment at Portland. Ore., anil Jordan
Kau. a Portland golfer, recently K
what Is snld to le s new Ameiicsn
record for long dlstsie e poltlng with a
total of II!) Inle. walking fo'ty on
mile The mark wn made ou tbe
Waverly link The Im-i previous r
snN were '.m ami lol. idh ma la on
the . Columbia golf Unks at Wa thine
Wants, For Sale, Etc
Notlre under thee ctelie4 headinat
will be inno'teil one mil fn
lniiion half a rent ..nhHirn
llona. one Inch rar. It r nemo,
lah eard. i uni-ai ti per month
I'aah iiiuMt accwniaev ettlar urU ee en.
ha an nn m.'inl llh the- ',i N
rmant-lal rr.H.nllillll tnr more, w-ien
errui on ur liee oif tr nol'r art I k
pilnled fur patron Mitnn...ti. th'e II-
A Straight Bluestem
Every tck -Guaranteed.
ample Sack Pre.
Bole Agents for
Korrect Poultry Food.
tITH AND MAIN ITI.
WANTKD-Coltcciors to see my col
lection of all sorts 'of curios, an
tiques, and Indian trinkets; stamps
for stamp collectors; coins for
numismatists, arrow heads for arch
eulogists, etc. 1 buy and sell all
sorts of curios; nln all kinds of
second-hand furniture and tools,
Oorge Young, Main, near Plflh
WANTLi -uiuaii rtvertlsements tor
this col'imn. ("Ires r reason
aide. Se iie at head of rrtnuin
Head the Morning Knieritriat.
WANTEIV Hop pickers, good pick
ing, good ramp grounds, free crates,
free transportation from boat or
train to yard for pickers and bag
gage. Apply p. Kurnlck. 128 lgtn
WANTED To rent 1 or i acres of
land and house; cmttwUdlngs for
chicken raising preferred; low rent
Address K. J. y.. care Knterprlse.
WANTPfD-CIrl at Brunswick rentau
Portland . . . .
Sacramento . .
Los Angeles .
Won. I.OM, i,o
" 78 60 .505
... 73 75
... fi 77
... 67 91
WANTKD V011 lo Vnow that ti Ko
lerpnse job pruitlr,; rlnimriment i,
-Ibe m.wt enmplsfn In Inn Hlat0
ouislde Portland. Try It for yo.n
N ANTIC D tilrl f.ir general house
work. ( all at store-one door north
of Hmt National Bank, or opposite
11 that old plow or harrow- o-
' ""e " you purclmaen
vonr now one
Cor. Vaughn and Twenty-foerts IS
August 22, 23, 24, 25.
Oantss Degln Weskdayi at I a-
undaya, 2: SO P. M.
LADIES' . DAY FRIDAY.
Boys 4Id." It Free lo Wesf'
THE WORLDS 6REATEST SEWK6
K AIGHT RUNNING
FARM LOANH-Dlmlck Dlmlck
Lawyers, Oregon City, Or.
lo?n.?nYV A,"'rnr '" '-w. Money
?m J ,h,rRC, """"hed. land
titles examined, estates settled, ran
ral law buslnes n,r Rank .1
Oregon City. " '
111 TIWII II III
Tacoma . ,
Wou. Lot. P.C,
lw rl ?CH"RL. Attorneyst
tltT'ln 1 "fibr AdV, Wl" P'
prls bldg.. Oregon Cltv. Oregon
ntractor. Estimates cheeiAilh
S Z! C""M f build! n 1
" rn'jne Mala 111.
"'.'!' f0IER. rn'Vlr, ,.uranM
rR:,w'' lt us handl.
ur properties w b-iv sell m4
OeL Mr,t,d F0r Drinking.
Poncwn' crhrC.d J W
. Moore was Se'd; T&
Resd th Morning Unferprl, .
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
You will inu- ..":Ni'H:R.,?-
mi wlfJ "ST" ot of
b7 Zt'Jft E wh0 as left
SA'llirl 10Vhal.',n,, 'i0' Wh0M
responslb..' 1 'hal . n '
t.d August 25, Jill?
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raHlnifleTlinn'l lf "'-
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Mewing aiai-niii" " 7..-.11I
TNI IIW HOMI IIWINO MACMIH
' Orange, M-
Mnr ! clileM r. i-l K" lTri
uliir, but ih Now Ileme U mM " ,
Out fur.nir ' f-' " u,
eld ay aolliorl.ed dealer
ro Mia sv
w. I . MARSHALL. .
ISO Morrison ML PortUn
10 REWARD 1
Tor the arrest annnrleH
a. ... n narsoDS, e" .
nnlawfully remove copies ol i 4
Morning Enterprise from
premises of subscrlbVj
paper has been placed
. ' .aml
THE MORNING ENTgnrn
la on aala at the following
J.' W. MoAnulty-C "
Seventh and Main,
Main near Blith.
M. B. Dunn ConfeclW7
u..4 Arvm in P. U
City Drug B,0,
Seventh ana .1. w-