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About Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933 | View This Issue
MORNING ENTEHPKI8K, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1911.
Called to our Special Sale on Ladies
and Misses' House dresses and Child
ren's Wash dresses. A beautiful as
sortment to choose from.
Suspension Bridge Cot. - Oregon City
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"If to d
"Ilow U lliatr
"lie put hie
leet foot forward
i u.llait. of Mulluo, waa In
city on TueHday.
EphrUm Uwla, of Canie, waa In
thli fHy on Tueaday.
Clyde prlacoll. of Union Hall, waa
It thl UT m Tuesday.. L:
Jfr. M. J. I'owere. of Weaton, la
tUUIiK Ir. and Mra. Stuart
John Reynold, of Woodhurn, vlalt
ti hi coiinln. Pr. Btuart, Sunday.
Attorney K. T. Griffith of Portland,
vu in IhU city on legal bualneae
Mr. M. I IrlKK haa dona lo Port
land. whire ahe will vlalt frleuda and
Mr. Jolm tilllett, who haa liwn
vliltlni at HllUltoro, haa returned to
Wllholt aiiiKo wilt leae I Electric
Hotel earn dy at I o'clork p, m.
" mirn, I'l Mia. A. KT-yf4r of West
Orn i ity, aukuai u, a
L. E. June', who baa been at New
port for tli pant week, will return
to Ori'iDO City today.
LlvtnKloii Ijitourette. of Kalama
mo. MUh., la vlaltlng bla ooualo. M.
Mla Fdlth Pawaon. laft on Monday
wilng (or Cook, Or., where aha will
rlalt relatlvea for a week.
TlolMTt Ciu-nther one of tha well
known farmers of Shuhet waa In thla
city on btiliipa Tueaday.
' Mr, and Mra. Kllloti and Mra. Ches
tor Elliott hava returned from Tilla
mook, having gone by auto,
lm Cnufleld and J. Kennedy hava
returned from Naw Kra, where tbey
hava been on a surveying trip.
Mr. and Mra. Nathanlal Bmytha and
two children, after visiting at Kldora
do, have returned to Oregon C'liy.
Mlaa Btelner, of Portland, spent
Htindny and Monday at the borne of
Mr. and Mra. Charles D. Iatourette.
It. Freeman, of Dakar City, arrived
In thla city on Monday for a vlalt with
hla brother. W. W. Kremtn, of Cane
mab. Mlaa Mona King,' after vlaltlng rela
tive lo Oregon City, returned to Tort
land. C. W. TageM, tha Oregon manager
I for tha Welton M. ijwney Company,
la vialtor In Oregon vlty today.
Mr. and Mra. J. W. Cole left on
Monday evening for Vancouver, II,
C. where they will apend aeveral
Mlaa Pert ha Koerner and Andrew
Koenier, of 8t. John, were In l hla
city the flrat of the Week vlaltlng
Mia Ilerntre truckles who haa been
enJovlrin an outing at Ixing Ilrarh.
'ali i haa returned to her home In
Mra. I.ee Riga and two children,
pertha and Ielle, of Canby, were In
thl city the flrat or the week vlalt
lng friend. ,
J. Martin, father of If. Martin, of
thla city, after vlaltlng relative of
Cte Klum. Willi., haa returned to
Mra. K. Hetxel, who apent the paat
week with Mra. Clarence Farr and
other frlenda at Seaalde, returnel to
Oregon City Monday.
hla nephew, Pr. C. A. St inrt 8unday.
Pr. Stuart'e little girl returned to
Pnyton with Mr. Spangle.
Mra. K. Welle, of Corvalll. formerly
of thla city, haa returned to her home,
after vlaltlng In Oregon City a gtieat
of her aon, Walter Well, and wife.
Ml May Smith, of Sellwood. and
Mlai Lilian Orleaaen. of Bell wood,
were In thla city on Tueadny vlHltlng
frlenda. They formerly lived In thla
Mra. 8. Tracy and daurhter. Oene
vleve, of Taroma, who have been
.gueat at tbe borne of Mi. and Mra.
II. Martin, left on Tueaday for their
Mra. Joaeptf E. Hadgea and children,
Porolhy and Dwlght. returned Tuea
day from vlalt to Mr, lledgea' ale
ler, Mra. II. V. V. Mean, who Uvea near
JoNeph All.-n, an - employe of tb
puane Ely store-.fell on Monday
wblle working In the employment
bouae and Injured tbe elbow of hi
left arm. Pr. C. II. MeUatier attended
the Injured boy.
O. M. Btlne, of thla city, baa pur
chaaed the Dodaon property at Caoe
inah. Mry Btlne recently arrived In
I bla city from Dayton, Waah., and hla
family will arrive within a few day.
Charlea Moulton, who ha been
ponding tbe paat month at hla home
at 0 1 ad h ton a, left on Tueaday morn
ing to reaume bla duties aa manager
Of the railroad office at Pull Hun.
Mr. and Mr. Joaepb Wlllett and
children, who have been living at Par
low, and who are vlaltlng at tbe home
of Mr. and Mra. K. II. Cooper, will
leave on Tburaday for Paaadena, Cal.,
by ateamer Peaver, They will make
their home there.
Mr. Frank T. Parloy, Mra. Barton
Parlow and dmigtiier. Dorothy, who
have been enjoying aevenl day at
Beaalde, Or, and at Alorl, at the
latter place attending tb Centennial,
have returned to Oregon City.
Mra. Mllllnger, of Morning Bun, la.,
Mra. HetiKlelgh Otla. of Orchard,
Waah.; Mlaa Joale Citrran, of Willa
mette, and Mr. and Mra. George Ever
hart drove to Rockwood Tueaday to
vlxlt W. O. Hall and family.
Ml Mary pelle Metdrum, who ac
companied ber aunt Mra. D. P. Thomp
aon and daughter, Mlaa Oenevleve, to
Mount Hood, by automobile, baa re
turned to her home In tbla city. Tbe
party waa reglatered at Government
Mln EfTle Bhultx. of Ontario, Cal..
who ha been vlaltlng frlwid In thl
city, returned to her home In Califor
nia on Monday. Ml Bhultx beMldea
vlaltlng In tbla city, vlilted In Seattle,
Wuab., Aatora and many other Inter
etlng point along the Columbia
:rMitf Helen Smith ha - nrturned
from her vlalt to Bellwood and at
Salem, at the latter place having at
tended the final gnme of baaeball
between the O. W. P. Company team
and the p ,R. L. Company, of Salem,
when the O. W. P. Company won the
cup and flag.
Mra. L. K. Moulton, who haa been
In McMlnnvllle vlaltlng at the home
of Judge and Mra. William Calloway,
and at the home of her aon. L. D.
Moulton, returned to her home at
(;iadtoiie on Monday evening. Mra.
Moulton, before going to McMlnnvllle,
apent one month with reltlve at
ae I Uektwaon, of Ban Pi'
arrived In Oregon City on Monday
evening, and la a gueat of Mf. and
Mr. Chnrlea J. Parker. He will leave
today for hla old home at Poring,
where he will vlalt hla mother, Eliza
Plrklnaon. of the "Cottage Farm."
Mr. plcklnaou went to California
about one year ago for the benefit of
hla health, and haa Improved.
K. P. Elliott, the real eatate man,
leavea thla morning for the head
water of tbe Molnlla River, where he
will be Joined by a party Including
Hugh, Abe and Charlea Cutting, of
Molalla, and Loula Clnnlnla, of Port-
Small Doits Retain Popularity
With Society Women as Pets
I aV am m n. - ".j k .'. rrw k ' a
Photoa. by AmcrU an Preaa Aaaoclatlon
ANY realdvnta of cltW-a have recently been conducting a cruaade
igalnat doga on the ground that tbey are a ruenm-e to health becauae
bey are aubject to hydrophobia. Tbe claim la made that tbey are
likely to develop rablen at any time and that It cannot be known that
tbey are dungeruua until loo late to prevent" the damage tbey do by biting.
Women Who own and love Uim poo li pooh tbla theory and lnabit that tboli
pcta are not only harmleN. but are JUHt tbe deareat little dear that ever lived
One of the picture alipve abow Mra. E. 8. Allard of Philadelphia with ber
two I'omeranlana. Prince Ornon and-Painty Nigger, and tbe other picture
ihowa Ml Karhlyn Ivy of Ixng Branch, N. and her Japanese apaolel
Tol'i. Tbe picture were made at a recent dog abow at Long Branch. .
land. Tbey will be gone aeveral daya
and before they return they expect
to get aeveral deer. Their frlenda are
atixioualy awaiting their return, aa all
of the member of the party are
"crack hota," especially Elliott,
Dr. E. A. Somnier, formerly of Ore
aon City, haa moved hla office to 1017
Corbett building,' Portland.
C. H. Caufleld and family moved
Wednesday Into their new cottage,
Ituated on a beautiful knoll, Juat
southeast of the hotel near Govern
Mr. Coleman, owner of the hotel at
Government Camp, la planning to
erect a fine structure for guests next
year. It will be modern In every
respect and surrounded by a beauti
ful electric-lighted lawn and park.
B. P. O. Elks Notice.
There will be a regular meeting of
Oregon City Lodge, No. 1189. B. P. O.
Elks, on Friday evening, September
1. at 8 o'clock.
CLYDE MOUNT, E. R.
R. O. YQJUNO. Secretary.
Among tbe recent vlaitors at tb
promotion Offlc. were Mr nd Mrs J
E. I. Teemater, of Vlaalla, Cal. They
aald that tbey were rery well
ptoaaed with Oregon nntll tbey reach
ed lb Willamette Valley, and that
they, like the aectlon around Oreiron
City very much.
The beat dlaplay of peach ea at the
Promotion Office were brought In this
week from the farm of Charlea M.
Ogleaby on tha Abernathy Creek.
Wing, the Greenoolnt aardner. has
a dlaplay of turnips and tomatoes.
wing grows nue large tomatoes and
waa the first to aell a crate of ripe
tomatoea In Oregon City this year.
Mr. J. C. Parker, who live on
Fourteenth street, has two large sun
flowers at the Promotion Office. They
are twelv feet in helirhth inH av.
era! Inches In diameter at the baae.
Borne or tbe aunflowera will be taken
to the State Fair and displayed In the
Clackamas County exhibit.
The largest peach received at the
Promotion Office was grown by Wil
liam Jetzke. whose Place la on the
Clackamaa River. Mr. Jetzke says
that be baa not as large a crop of
peaches this year as usu.U, but the
peaches are very large.
J. F. Hodae. of this citv rroars
chrysanthemum aunflowera with
which to ornament his yard and finds
them very satisfactory. Some of the
iiowers ais on display at the Promo
Charlea Hobble, of Bolton, baa on
dlaplay Ducheaa of Oldenburg apples
which are very large and attractive,
C. W. Swallow, of Mania Lane, haa
a fine dlaplay of apples at tbe Pro
motion Office. Mr. Swallow la one of
the veteran fruit growers, and - has
always taken an interest In all ex
hibit of tbe county. ,
REAL ESTATE TRAN8FER8.
Rosalind and John H. Gibson to
Rose A. Bunn, land In Hector Camp
bell D. I C. section 30, township 1
south, range 2 east; $1,000.
E. C. Ward and Floy R. Ward et al
to Haz?l Tooze. 25.28 acres of D. L. C.
of Z. C. Norton, township S south,
range 3 east; $10.
Minnie W. Hender,n and W. ft
Henderson to Haael Tooae, X.XX vet
of section S, township I acmCa, rac
1 east; $10.
Ink. n 1 mwiA Taaata 'ta fc
Jeaale C. Tucker, 104 acre of
tlon 1. 2, 11. 12. towaahlp 4 sOwtfc,
range 2 eaat; 1160.
Archie and Beeale Howard to
Mathlld Harold, land in section 22,
townahlp 2 south, range 1 east; $224.
Shorthand and Bookkeeping.
Profeaaor .Williams, of Portland,
will give a atereoptlcon lecture Tuea
day evening at the Maaoolc banquet
ball on hla new courae in abortband
and bookkeeping. Several youog peo
ple have arranged to take theaw
courae and others abould make ar
rangement at once. This Is an op
portunity for young people of Oregon
City. Attend tbe lecture.
Oregon's Popular Beach Resort
An Ideal retreat for outdoor pas
times of all kinds. Hunting, Fishing,
Boating, Surf Bathing. Riding, Auto-,
ing. Canoeing, Dancing and Roller
Skating. Where pretty water agates,
can be found on the beach. Para
mountain water and the best of food
at low prices. Fresh flsh, clam, crabs
and oysters, with abundance of vege
tables of all kinds dally.
Camping Grounds Convenient and At
tractive. wth strict sanitary regulations .
LOW ROUND-TRIP SEASON ,
from all points in Oregon, Washing
ton and Idaho on aale daily. .
from Southern Pacific polnla Port
land to Cottage Grove; also from all
C. A E. atatlona Albany and weat.
for return Sunday or Monday.
Call on any 8. P. or C. ft E. Agent
for full particular a as to fares, trains,
schedules, etc.; also for copy of our
Illustrated booklet, "Outing In Ore,
gon,"" or write to T
GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT,
GOOD FOR ONE VOTE. 77 '
This coupon when neatly cilpped and properly filled in with the
name of the candidate 70U wish to vote for, will be counted aa one
A XT.m nf nitM.I. . V
This coupon la void arter 9 p. September 2.
Cut on lines. Don't rolL Send in flat.
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Some Menfs Bargains
Men's Pantstrom .'. $I.9S up
Men's Work Pants 83c to $1.15
Overalls, all the profit cut off.
Men's $3.50 shoes at $2.85
Men's Oyershirts, $1.00 values . 83c
Men's $1.25 values.. 97c
Mens SweatersBlack $3 values : $J.98
Men's Wool Sweaters, $3.50 values $2.35
Men's Wool Sweaters, $4.00 vatues $2.80
IS NOW ON
The goods are going fast. Now
is YOUR opportunity. Don't envy
the other fellow. Get up early and
take advantage of these Closing Out
Sale prices while youi may. Do It
Now-There will not be anotherchance
like it. You will gain nearly 50 per
cent on your purchases. And you
will have to have just such goods any
way in a short time.
Price, are cut and slashed and hammered down.
The building is spoken and I have to get out now. It's
a "have to" case. The goods MUST GO.
Better take a short cut and hurry in. Seize the op
portunity. Your neighbors are carrying away load after
REMEMBER the early buyer gets the first selec
tions. REMEMBER SALE is now on. Don't Delay.
Come in and Reap the Benefit, Don't say you didn't
knowit.for I am telling you as plainly as I can and if you
come NOW you will have a more complete line to
A lot of Shoes worth from $2 50 to $4 $S
Some Women's Bargains
Sweaters for ladies that sell from $1.50 to $2.00
will go at . .." $J.J5
Sweaters usually sold for $1.25 to $1.50 89c
Dress Goods 52in. blue &4 JO
Serge, val. $1.85, per yd. Jji,
Dress Goods 44in. blue serge DC A
value $1.25 for gQb
Suiting 4 6 in. wide, (gray and black CI QQ
mixed) $1.85 value for... .sJu
White Serge 44in. wide per (hi flf)
yd. $1.45, yd JI.UU
Cream Suiting 36in. wide yd. RRp
value, 75c, per yd uuu
Cream Henrietta. 44 inches 1 flfl
wide val. $1.45, yd. : J I .UU
Grey and garnet, Suiting val. f 1 JO
Wo A. HOLMES
617 Main Street
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