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CaBOOK CITY, OREGON
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im sasai uw
PYrrarred soertloa aaur
ua nptr athrr than first aa. Bar tsa
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tueoala tee tar Haa; la raralar aAvar.
waata. Far Bala. Ta lUat. eta..
aeat a wara nrat atsaruaa: aae-1
Ratea far advartMait
enterprise win be the
sally, far aSverttseiaeate eat saiisnlallt
ac the waekiv. tera tha
la traaefemd from tha dally a Um waak.
T. wttaaat eaaaga. the rata wUl aa ft
: far raa af Iba aaaer, aaa le aa
area, for ajartal post Una.
Caah aaauM aeaoaapaay eraer where
arty la ankaowa la linataiaa aYlee at
tha Baterprtae. . , .
Lagal 4rrtlata at vagal artiei I aasia
' ratea. . .
Cn-cue aaverttalng and apeeUI Irinalim
wtrartMac at He to 10a aa lama. aeooreV
speciaj canal noma gorernlnc taa
" Fire Sale" and Bankrupt eeJe- aaar
taeuiaats 0e tnca, first Inaarttoa: aeeJ
toaal laaaruooa Saose matter Ite kaaa.
News itama and wall wrlttaa artioaaa
af BMrtt wtta Interest to local ramdara,
will aa eladly accepted. Rajawad mm
aarlpta aaver returned on Ires aoeosspaa
laa by ttuiM ta prepay soma.
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
Aug. 29 In American History.
v teras and Clark, North Carolina.
100& Obaerratory of Smithsonian b
attention Bnlsned oa Mount Whitney
': ' flBJBOt feet. . f ,
-y ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS.
' (From noon today to noon tomorrow.)
: Sun arts 623. rtaee 621: moon apt
21 p. m.
service matt be la operation by 06
to bar llli. The schedule which will
call tor ftfty-two sailings a year from
th porta namd,-win furnlih - malt.
fralfht an4 paaMntar aarvtoa for a
(one tratch of Atlantic, Pacific and
Thaaa propoaala ara lnrltad nndar
a Uw of 1891 proTtdlnc a companaa
Uoa of S a mil outward for Am-rican-buUt
ataamahlpa of tlxtaan to
twanty knots, carrying mails under
contract with tha coTernment pro-
Tided such ships ara eonaUuetad on
dealsas approved by tha nayal de
partment looking to their use as aux
iliary cruisers in time of war.
The new service will he of great
benefit to our South and Central Am
erican trade, aa well aa the trade In
our own seaboards, and will In addi
tion stimulate the shipbuilding in
While It may be true that Admiral
Togo's name meana "the Peaceful
Son Of the Eastern Country" It has
no such significance in Russia.
The extraordinary session of Con
gress will also be noted for the fact
that Senator Heybura made Senator
The former Shah of Persia man
ages to keep his head notwlthstand
lng that offer of $100,000 for It
Vacation days are fast fading Into
the sere and. yellow leaf.
. i M ' ' .
The aeroplane may go faster than
the locomotive, but the latter has
New Tork has Teceired thirty tons
of antiquities. Wonder if "How old Is
Ann " Is among the lotj
The National Monetary Commis
sion has been abolished, but we fall
to see any crape hanging on the
FARMER IS FAVORED.
The lot of the farmer of the United
States Is a happy one.
- wi i a - . M a v. .
1 1 fjiiuiiUatJ y Dgurpsi or tpg ' cclBal
bureau indicate that the value of
1 farm properties In this country- Is
: about $40,000,000,000, or almost dou
! ble the value of the same class of
property ten years ago. Nearly all
the farm lands are owned by the oc
cupants, snd but a small percentage
; are tenants.
In the E eastern states the tenancies
are mor numerous than iu the West
ern, but the returns show that mil
lions of farmers own the land that
they U1L The finances of the coun
try may be in the control of a few,
as has been charged, but the census
flgures disclose that the land of the
country Is still in the 'possession of
BIDS FOR SOUTHERN MAIL.
Bids for carrying the United States
mails between Seattle. San Francisco
and Panama and between New Tork,
New Orleans, and Colon, have been
asked by the postofflce department
The bids will be opened in Wash
ington on November 25th and the new
r PVACAr ft. SMITH
KISSES ITS MASTER.
"CI ROM I ha parlor to tha kitchen.
front 'h iiuliwHy to I ha atalr.
Than U nuthtn but ronfaaloti
Anil the u tuic l 1ar-alr.
Sucli a riot ( ilimndvr.
In aa trinmnt you would aay
If ynu had a summing contaaC
That tha idIhu. arva away.
Thera ai boxes on tha tables.
There' are bundles on the chairs.
And tba run la growing- curly
And a roguish as part wears.
And the Ire plant only wishes
It might lourney to tha sink,
for It doesn't quite remember
When It was It had a drink.
There are nlahee on the bookcase.
. There are d lanes on the range.
And the tablecloth would hardly
Grumble If It had a change.
And the curtains that are banging
With a freshness that they sham
Qhre a splendid Imitation
Of a smoked and seasoned ham.
Just a week ago aha left us.
Tou would think It was a year
Since she straightened up the quarters
From the way that things appear.
Tou would give as your opinion
Could you on the ruin gase
That the whole thing couldn't happen
Just In seven unrUy iv
. Natural Result.
-I am dead broke."
- "That sor .
"It la sadly so."
' "How did It bsnnear
"I have beau out with a bunch of
Tha bill collector always kanws
Tha gentleman will aayi
"I've got a deal about to cloee
Please call again soma day.
Ha takes his bills and moves aloiy,
. Goes gayly through tba door.
Aa though ha hadn't heard that soaa
A willlloa tltnaa before. .
"Ours Is sn old family"
That is plainly to be seen "
"Do yon thluk soT How do you
see It r
-It has all tbe varniarka of decrepi
, .. Irresistible.
"She has learned l lore auotber
"And who la, tbe othtrT
"Some one wbo has learned to run
Tomorrow Is the wsstsbasket Into
which we pitch tbe discs rd of today.
Many'a good housekeeper bas no
house to keep. '
A public office Is too often a private
It Is the Issy man's regret that tha
day of tbe lawn mower la so rapidly
succeeded by tbe regime of the snow
Dld you ever notice tbst sometimes
sll tbe people you donT IIke aeem to
think It your reception dsyT
Tou have to esrn every sincere com
pliment that is psld you snd psy for
It In bard to make yourself Immune
to flattery, but It can be done.
Whenever you change a t-bsnce into
s certainty rnu go a long way on the
road to suocess.
Tbe pink of perfection In one thing.
snd s dark blue failure Is another
Tbe fellow wbo corrects- your mis
take in l. soxioun Tor yoo to do a
like favor for him
Dimple In tha Elbew.
Women wbo "rent to Carta tbts sum
mer bad tbe pleasure of seelof tu
Stepbsnle elbow..- Slepbaule la an S
treaa. and the elbow l Keen to beat
advantage when she Is diolug or sup
ping at a smart reatsuraut. St.-phnniei
chief charm la her elbow. Your Aral
impression ta mat it is rrj
sbsiie. ' Then cornea s itlimi'-r of
sbspely arm with s gleam of Ivory
white skin, and finally you see tbe
dimple la tbe elbow
Whether her arm Is straight or bent
or lying long and graceful In ber lap.
the dimple Is there. It la not s tblng
tbst depends upon position. The dim
pie is a enure, and sll who ' Hie-
pbanle's table ran see it. It la deep
and pink, alluring and pretty
It was sa American womsn wbo
first .tried to get a dimple like It
"I must have the 8ii-phnule dimple,
she declared to a French Iwauty
Tbst wan tbe beginning of tbe
beauty maker's trade Now she bsa
done hundreds of elbows, and Stoplianle
Is no longer tbe only one who haa el
bow dimples, though berw are still the
most nstursl and the numt youthful
'Row do yon do Itr asked s woman
of one of tbe moat aurveiuifnl of tb
French dimple mskera
'My method Is dlfflciilt.- was tb
reply. "I use tbe knife."
"Dreadful." was the comment
"Tetnot so when you come to think
of It" rejoined tb beauty ariisL .
merely make a cut. a sharp, not too Portland Vegetable Markets.
deep little Incision, and when It beali SACK VKUin'AHtJSa Csi
there Is a slight depression. It
really a scar, but It looks like a dim
"But Isn't It painful ami dungeivusT
Ml. t. T .. . t. I... i
, uiigu, uv out II mu I iiiv nil
do It snd therein lie my secret".
M v., ..-n
t "?- '. '- .y,i jr
Te Saairtlfy the Hair.
When the balr begins falling out by
reason of - dnndrna try shampooing
without suafJ. A shanioo for- tbls
purpose s made of tbe beaten yolka
of two eggs la llmewnter. Massage
tbls wsll Into tbe scalp, wash ont wltb
warm water and Unlab wltb a rinse
of cold water to avoid taklug cold.
drams of pure glycerin wltb two
ounces of II me water Every fortnight
make, a thorough) application of tbls
lotion to the scalp by neiarnting (be
balr In atranda and putting the liquid
on with a smsll soft bnixh. After the
treatment the scalp must be carefully
massaged wltb tbe fin iter tips, atlmu
lattng circulation and hiiiiKlug hour
Ishment to tbe dry cuticle
After two application add -to the
lotion an ounce of flin-ture or enn
tha rides. Apply every night for two
weeks. Tbe treatment may lie grud
oally left off as tbe dandruff dim In
When tbe balr Is excessively oily
Umewster applied wltb a nmnll M.ni.-e
will Improve the condition, (inly h
small amount should be used, enouxh
to moisten the scalp without making
The business of curing dandruff
often a slow one. but patience bring
about Its Jnt reward In a glossy, silk
(Conrlnued from uae l.i new KTowth of balr snd an lix-sl
REMEMBER the last snecl.l offer !!biJm"ro:,'meI,, ! "nt H doe"
m - i (if si ristin rn rna inrna nm nr aiam atib
oi tne 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
or the opportunity.
JJont overlook small subscriptions
they count the same as at tha begin
ning oi tne 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 bold tho vota certi
ficates in reserve If you wish and
poll tbem at any time before 9 p. m..
Dieaur worx irom now on snd a
long term subscription occasionally
may win a capital Prize.
-wanaiaaces wnose names were
dropped from the list today can get
back In the race by bringing their
vote total up to 50,0(10.
Next Thursday-night-is-tho last
History of Polo.
Polo Is the most siiclcni of all game
with stick snd bull, ami probably
hockey, golf and cricket are but modi
fies tlon of It. The earllext record of
the game are Persian and date back
to 000 B. C In India It seems to bsve
been known for centuries before tbe
British occupation, but It rone iuto fa
vor only some bslf a century ago when
tbe Engllsb resident began to practice
It Tbe game was Introduced Into
England by tbe officerx of tbe Teutb
hussar about 1 93. but at that time
tbe players used hockey stick and
billiard bulls. It was John Watson of
the Thirteenth hiisnnrs who drew up
tbo rules snd regulations which cbsng
ed polo from a wild, skill Ions game
Into a scientific sport.
not yield to the Inroads of scalp sick
nesn. Under oo conditions should
dandruff be neglected, as sooner or
Ister It will csne an uncomfortable
Itching snd a most unattractive head
Plenty of fresh air and sunshine are
excellent tonics to be used In con
Junction with tbe glveu lotion.
By JAMES BRYCE.
English Ambassador to
is often said that business enters TOO MUCH INTO
POLITICS that is to say, that "the i n'torexU," as thuv
are technically called, the men, and fsprfially the corrMira-
tions of great wealth, are too frequently Irving to MANIP
ULATE POLITICS for their own purposes and to use their power
: orer political bodies to enrich themselves. That may be true, and.
( of course, in paru of the country IT II AS BEEN TRUE, where
railroads, for instance, have practically gained the control of whole
tates, t But it is also true that if business has too much encroached
. Upon polities, there is a sense in which cities have thought too much
'of themselves as political bodies and too little of the business side.
After all, a dtj is for some purposes to be regarded not so much
' political entity, like a nation, but rather as a GREAT BUSINESS
UNDERTAKING which is trying to carry out a large number of
kinds of work for tha eitixen, which is a great employer of labor,
which supplies, to the private citizen much thaf be la obliged to bare
and which -ha would hare to get from pnVate firms or corporations
if tha dty did not undertake to supply him. The care of streets of
. water, of gas. of light, Is all business, and politics, in tha sense of
, party politics, should not ba allowed to get into it st alL
' - IF CITIt CAN KEiP. OUT. OF VoLITICt IN THAT INSE-
NAMELY, THE INTRUSION 0 POLITICAL, OIPFERbInCES WHIR
THEY OUGHT NOT. TO SE CONSIDER ID OR ALLOWED ANY
WEIGHTTHEY WOULD WNO THAT HAL OR MORI THAN HALF
' OF THEIR DIFFICULTIES 'WOULD Dia'XpPCA
The Care af the Teeth.
Fruit stains may be removed from
the teeth by nibbing tbem with salt or
brushing them with a toothbrush thnt
baa been dipped In salt. The mouth
should be well rinsed sfter this trest-
une often tlnds himself wltbont
looinDmxn wnen spending the dnv
"- nin'ii uiipuperieaiy-Bway rrom
nome. in such an emergency a rltiMf
or soda Water will prove effective In
time votes will be counted by the Con- cleaning tbe month snd teeth Rorni
test Management Friday moraine water Is alm an" excellent substitute.
tbe ballot box will be sealed and turn- snd one or the other of the ,im.,i,.
eu uer iu iuS juuges. tjeuer vote remenip is certain to be st hand.
"2" n n.0 now on "o r-r dully use one of the m.s.1 plea
;.hi- .11. "zrj nnn wncw wnhes 1 weaken
r; J " " -"ZS.ry M "lun t cologne water A tat.l
" '""r reouiiy wnen tney -w,i .. . . . . .
see you are near tha ton nf th. tut "n" r to nmr a
ahatm wti" aiv. nn I P,nt " water I tbe orrecl nronor
any subscription. One vote msy be u " nnl ""'flnre should le iMitiM
me means or winning the prize you mci" wn" iininiB wnere it
Not many changes In tho vote totals
today, ouess you are all too busy
getting subscriptions to take time to
vote. Or perhaps you are holding
dbcr 10. matte a grand rush on the
Don't overlook any promises made
by friends to help before the close of
tne contest Oo sfter them at once.
Tney may be waking for you.
is always bundy
Sleep at a Resterstivs.
Any number of women who are em.
ting ruthlessly Info their allowance to
swell the cash drawer of the beauty
i-nnors coma solve tne riddle of appear
lng fresh nod animated ir ihey would
but make a pni.-tk-e of taking the
proper sroonnt of sleep The vslue of
a twenty-year suDscripiion msy win sieep as a rexiorntire mid h n fountain
a $400 piano. It's worth trying to I of youth l unlHIersl.te umll one hH
oathed regularly tlwreiu. Uslmost
seems magic n Its effet t. nod many a
woman who has discovered the secret
Is the, envy snd sdmlrstlon of ber
besory parlor friend. Flabt boor
for work, eight hour f, sleeo and
elcht for play la the old rule Op to
now o one has Improved on this pro
portion. If yoo csre more fur the
Miss Story still holds tha lead In
District No. l. she bas been there all
by herself for some time but you
won't be lonesome, tbe closing night,
Miss Story, unless you keep busy,
ana very ousy, at subscription-get
None as yet haa usurped Miss
Smith's position in District No. 2.
um mora are going 10 ne some close I iTrwervsrion or fnnr youth snd st-
iiinsiiea DBturaay nignu i anow rouri iracrivenesa thsn for yonr pleasure
' iueir ajaa uu losi ivimnaii I ills nnr leaa ihm .
nl..A I . iu... I . "- "-.Kill
I . V.UU.U1W ininsa sue tours or sleep from tbe twenty fonr
have a "dnch" In District No. 1. she iwamy roor.
naa octter ensnge tnat "thlna,', and
waste no more time thlnkinc: but
bi own to ousiness.
Any candldaU In District No. 1 la
,eiigiblfor first place. Going to be
an exciting nnien September i.
It you want your friends to know
you; are In the race, you had better
no some voting nerore August 11, as
the Isst count will be made by the
boniest Msnagement and publlahed
on that date. Friday morning tbe bal
lot box will be sesled and turned over
fool 'and his hooey are a stlckr
com bins tkm.
If yon bsve any trouble to loan loan
k to yonr enemies. -
Tbe devil is always la en tbe secret
when we deceive ourselves.
Tne reason why we can't put our-
SUGAR STILL SHOWS
The suga- market Is firmer thsn
ever before and with a rise of sn ad
dltlonal ten cents In tbe New York
market Monday, the price was ad
vanced ten cents by one refinery
the California liswallsn on the
The strength In the sugsr market
comes In response to the further re
duction of estimates of the world's
beet crop. The . European crop Is
said to have suffered even greater
dsmsge than at first anticipated and
for that reason the foreign markets
are again leading the world s ..trade
with higher prices. r.
News Is coming from ths Amsrlcan
beet fields and as a general rule the
cron Is much smaller than expected
.van aa lata as ten days sgo- Tbls
Is true of California, Oregon and Ida
ho as well as In Utah and other beet
nroduclns- section of the United
Owng to the constsnt advances In
the price and the stoppage of the sale
for future deliveries, ths orders for
spot sugsr are causing the refineries
to fall much behind In their orders.
HIDES (Burins' Green hldts, 5c
to 6c; salters, 54c to 6c; dry bides,
12c to 14c. Sbtep pelts, jrc to foe
DRIED rnUlTS T-ocal orlces are
firm at from 8c toTOc on apples and
prunes. Reaches sre lo.
SALT Selling too to boo for'nne
50 lb. sack, half ground 40c; 75 for
CASH and CREDIT
People who earry all thalr sash ereund with n,,m - '
..i.t. itamaalanae. ') a
Thoae "ho deposit regulsrty In this bank Ineresse not sai.
, a.aata. but bglld a substantial aredlt also. w
Cash aoss furthest wbsn supplemented by Oeed CrsSit '
0po' t your sash and build your aredlt at .
The Bank cf Oregon City
OLDEST BAH X 131 Till COUNTY
O v LaniimrrTB Praaldeal
THE FIRST rtATIOWAL BAt;
of OREGON CITY , OREGON
fl.t5Ofl.50 per ssck; parsnips, 5125
Iff 1.50;' turnips, fl.25Vfl.6b; beets,
VKGETADUCS Aiparasui, oc
f 1.75 per crate; esbbage, new. ft per
hundredweight; csulltlower. fl.eOO
$t. 75 er dnien; celery, California, 75v
it 0c per duien; cucumbers, fl.SOtf
53.25 per dotun; eggplant. 15c per lb.;
garlic, locOlZc per pound; lettuce,
50c per doien; hothouse lettuce, fl.50
(if 2 per box; pess, Oll0 per
pcund; peppers. 30cCf35c p-r pound;
radlahea, 15c per doien; rhubarb, IVic
3c per pound; sprouts, 9c; tomatoes.
ONIONS Jobbing prtois; Oregon
f2.75 per . 400;. Australian, f 3 50 per
100; Texss, $2.25 per crate; Cs'lfor
nia, 12 per crate .
Oregon CUv Stock Quotations.
HOGS Hogs are quoted He loser
From 125 Iba. to 150 Iba, sir, -from
160 lbs. to 200 lbs. me.
BACON, LAHD and HAM. sre firm
VEAL CALVES Veal cslvee orlng
from 8c to tuc sccording to grsde.
HEEF 8TEER8 leel ateers for
the locsl markets sre fetching IWI
6VsC live eeignt. ,
SIIEEP-Mvia urui st e to 5e live
Ouotartana er Oregon Clt).
POTATOES Peat. Buying IK cents
KIXDUil AND FEED-Plour is
steady, selling from 15 to 15 30; very
little of cheaper grades.
OATS (Buynsi Gray. 123 to 124.
white, from 125 to f 26.
BUTTER (Haying) Ordinary
ccuntry brings from 15c to 20c,
fancy dslry from 20r to 22c. cream
ery 22c to 25c.
E009 Best grade 25 cents.
POULTRY .(Buying Firm with lit
tie good stock offered. Good bens sre
bringing 12c. Old roosters. are In noor
acmann, broilers bring from 16c to 18c
witn gooa demand
WOOL (Buy;r,gi .Vool nrlcea are
ranaing rrom 14 to 17 cent.
r r.u;i snorts 129 to tin- rnii..i
bsriey, 131.50 to f.lSSO; process bnr
lev, 1,13.00; whole corn. Itonn-
rracneo corn. 1 10 0.0: wheal ifinn
on meai. ,,3; stmdv llroili
dslry feed, $1.25 per hundred pounds
HAY (Buying.'- Tlmothv n ,
$17; clover 49 to 110: nnt liv
IJ2; mixed. $10 to $12; alf-.lfa.fl2 to
CATTLE MARKET STRONG.
Hog Ahe Little Higher But Pries Of
oneep snows No Change. -
The Portland Union t v.-
Company reports a followr-
Recepts for the week' hnvo ,1-een
1765 cattle, 203 rslves. iisi h.,.
sheep and 17 h.rntw. - A rmn'mrH
wth the e-k nievioiih i:.i,
decreaso of -!72 cm Me at,. calves, an
V.n . J"'y- a "wn'SHe of
t" miecp mill a ilccre-ne
Oeesi frMH 4.
U B.llotrmsn bss purchssed ten
seres from If. E. Klock. Mr. Holt
man Intends erecting on tbls place
an up-to-date slaughter bouse for
bis butcher business.
0. T. Hoffman a building a large
new butcher shop on Main street. 0.
II. Krebs, 'contractor, is doing tbe
Patroiilie our advertisers.
atlwai aaSar thaaa elssalftaS
will ba lneM4 si oaa eal a erg' fire
inaarllun hall a eit adSllluaal Inaar
lluoa. one larh care, II aar ataaUi. naS
laoS ear4. I uaaai n ear asuath.
laah tnuat asrvaiBaar araar aniaaa ana
has an uvB irmral with taa Mc
flaanrlai rveixmallillliy lor errors: waeei
ermre on-ur free aurrvclad antloe Will a
arlaleS lor aal raa Mlnlmuai asiafwa lie
WANTEI-ColIeriors to see my col
lection of sll sorts of curioa, an
tiques, snd Indian trinkets; stamps
for stamp collectors; coins (or
numismatists, arrow heads for arch
eulogists, el. I buy ass sail sll
tlKNKf) HA VII, ClUl-utt
Irth Anniversaries et ytttM
on Are Observsi J
- There was a merry s-jiL
the home of Ur. snd Mrif
Sekna) on Tenth and joki
Adams Streets Sunday evwiu,
occasion bslng ths csUbrstkng
birthday anniversaries of Mr
and his one-year-old soa. ki
th prominent AustrUa tu
this city attended, aod tU r
was devoted to music. Rs(r:
wera served during the tn
About fifty persons were hi g
CARRIER SCRVICI AT i
-jw Dacianiag tba atorslsg af k
w urumj. Ulll 20, ail Wawt
eV-ara-fur-the Morning ewnr
living la and shout WUliaaa
will receive their papers kr
Her Instead of by nail. Mint
Wilson will be the carrier at
wttl act as agent at WUIisats
ft the new Carrier Berviot tun
sorts of rurlos; slso all kinds of
secondhand furniture end tools.
George Young, - Main, near Fifth
WANTi-i - muaii advertisements fo
tbls eol'imn. rice iry reason
able, bee rst-ee st head of riVjnia
Read the Morning Knterprlee.
The cnttli! niurkct tiiron
week waa stronK to ir, r.t. nl)?n,ir
If there was ny suspicion r.f si,,;
nesa In the miirkct f ,,(,.rt ,.
iiiiiciHT iiivern ru!iiu,i . .1..
mand for .!.,. iic),t(.r r.i,.- . ...
the market iij .i full is rnnt
T-t . ....
ib iiok mnrKet. a i. i.
... tt.t i , nn, ions nau in
as nr. n-i. .
'"u: nKn l"'lre wbm brought
by a slilpnipnt from r.mV: "
hot i " . " "or
IT 1 "1 " nroiieriy rod and were
",' nn nnirorrn. Of tho lut
hogs npcclrnd oniv am ,.... . ,'
ca. territory; the ini'lZ
delivered on contmtt
ti,Jh.hr" Wa" '.,MI or no '"K- In
theaheep market. There wer, son
little d.! in ffi,er.. ,he trmTn
having realized thsi iv, LY0!?
opportunity fr profll. ,M ,mr;H,""
some of thj tn pheop il Bt cons ,
tuted th. heavy recilp,? "thl -
Lmmot soin r.,r 14 fcft km- .
nrKM ,- ..... V "" '" mo
r "-"u wan s z. : .ti Tf
tlveh Allowing sains are
WANTED Young lady clerk for sen- J
eral drygood store In Oregon City. '
State sse snd experience. Address i
"A," Enterprise office. 2t 1
WANTED Hop pickers, good pick
ing, good camp grounds, free crates,
free traiiNportatloii from boat or
train to yard for pickers snd bag-
-age.. Apply !', Kunilck, 12 Uth
WANTED To rent 1 or 2 seres of
land snd house; outb-jlldlngs for
chicken raising preferred; low rent
Address y. J. u. care Enterprise,
OreKon City. jt
WANTED Girl st Brunswick resUu
WANTED You to know that the En
terprlse Job printing department Is
the most complete Id toe State,
outside Portland. Trv It for vour
WANTED Girl for general ho..
work. Cnll at store one door north
of First National Bnnk. or opposite
FOR SALE Spurs In this rnl..n,m
Sell that old plow-or harrow; yon
dnnt use It since you purchased
your new one
FOR HAI.K-On.. tnd 7iiie"i;ilhsraa
st Gladstone, seven room house and
hum. Inquire K. A. Iluuhes, Olsd
A Straight Blstsh
ample tack Free,
Sole Agents for
Kerrect Poultry Foes.
11TH AND MAIN IT.
FOII-KAL- I nhitlr-rl - hv .nrf
hoiimh'.ld irmid. Innuire M.int
GlndKtone, tw.i t
HARD WOOD for i,lc.
ett, Itoute Xr. 2,
K A. Hack
,j 1 J . . . ...I
aftsr B m m V.nfamW IT" ,w' MVtm ,n 0thUT 'OWJS plSCa bl
srter p. m., September J, when the kaaM ha haa ah an
winners will be declared. The Judges !T h fcM mK " ln"l
will be announced Wednesday morn- p ' T
lng. They will be representative men ' . ' ' ' '
of onr community and show no nr- 'Tlng down a law la a lot easier
- v r-i r-."o'"t It vx '
26 Steers .....
23 Cows j
12 Lambs ...
24 Lambs-.,. ""
109 Lambs (cull's)
340 Wethers . ."
80 Holfers .... '
i Calves .,
39 Calves ...
6 Bull "
FARM LOANS! ""
f'ARM I.OANS-Dlmlck a
Lawyers. Oregon City, or.
BAS E BALI
RlCRf ATI0N PARK,
Cor. Vswghe and Twenty-har I
August St, , SO, ti end left"
Oantee Begin Weekdeye st f
undays, 2:10 P. It
LAOICS' DAY MIOAV.
Boys tptoe It rtee to Bketf
' D EBT, Attorney st-I
loaned, abstracts rlirni
ral law builnesa. Ovae Bank at
te In . i . L "u Kl, Will pre
.1.!." 'ou"'' wlleetlosi.
a I.. n V:'"'""' "rnc " ater
U ' ",0, CUv-. Oregon.
. aT ' "J
UltOtR AMD CO-TsiaCTOR.
. . loos
. . BUI
H,U?"KS-:h""''T d Owners.
m ... . - . , ,fcmM eheetfull,
tos;.;. "J w"" ''foread
- rnone Mala 1L
IM-BI KStatH. tjmt M
' e- "iiwuei-. we bur Ball as
eirhnea r.... w.oq. sell BBS
TYo?w'T MAY. CONCERNi-
Pndlture, I shall n . 'ir WhM
'sponsible ,na, "J longer be
- D'ed Angust 25, l"u!C DD'
MVoE'tffBL8. ot Ne';
Ifywa wantellhera VlbwllM"V
. BbutUaorSHInleThr.-.l L'.??"
Mewlns Machine wrtJr--
Orange. M ,
Maar r4ns iaae-M """JTi
aaallir. kui the He w U a at
. , Oat tasraatr n,!zL a
aid by sMllbarlsed
- vos ts sv
VV. U MARSHALL.
MS Uaerlaaa at. frVm
S10 REWARD ...
l-or the arrest sd f
of any person or P?2rif f
4 unlawfully rsmovs copt" ,
Morning Entarprle noB,,
premises of -subscriM 'k
paper has been piseed
4 oarrter. 1
' '" XT
1 'Uti. i..t..aii SNTEnP" "
w ins annn" IU-
la on sale at the followlnf v
. HunUey eroa.
J. W. MeAnulty-Jf
Main nesr tnl..
M. B. Dunn-ConfecUo
- Next door to f -.
Csvaath and J. Q