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About Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 2, 1911)
MORNING ENTERPRISE, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 2, 1911
HtMCt ONE THCY TELL ON
Dr la ma Xbej arc tiling om
JUanj CtiUfca. Ib Cfckraco
Amertraaa oatOHdrr. bgiw
rotnetwrk Bro oo of tb
woadcr of Xhm baawtoaJI world:
Ju wm maalac rml
prol luH' - ttwfli to ' Chtcmfo
a D1 coBtntlted a fUeciiom of
plant and aod raltrd by coart
7 a ball park. Om dark BJ bt a
root pa a jr park haat.'sf rrtvaJa
woo waotrd ! pull off a beoedt
tamo for a vooilra Irgfvd wus
aa or tla aarad orphan, drora
ap to Jimmy's rraidrar aad oo
of ItM-ta went ap to tbo door and
paacbed Uta bell.
It vaa I a. ax, aod lb BiU
waa taalox ao ckaarao oo that
door ta Cairaco at "t time
aLcL bt irk lot bcr bead oat
of it appvr kali window of tbo
Callabaa maaaloa. saluted
tbo street B ta tbo low oerkod
cab wttb -What's waatrdr
la Lhia wkero Mr. Callabaa
HreaT" called om ot tbo Tbdtora.
"Sara at be." responded tbo
maid. -Brio 1m U-i m cassia
dowa V oakork tk" dare."
BOBBY KEEFE HAS NO EXCUSE
Whoa tKo CwmMwti Prtckw la Not la
Form Ho Admits It.
ritcber Bobby Keefs of tbo darts
aaU Bed la a BonaUM barter. Bob
merer baa aaj exraaes to aaaka. If bo
kit kard bo admits that tbo oppoaiac
batamea bad tbdr eyo eo tbo ball, si
Cboofh he waa dishing bia best
tuff. If k ta wild a adailta It a ad
makra ao airaara. la ooo) tanlsg of a
gamo ba pttrbrd tbo other day Kerfe
gar Urea awe kaaea oa baib) and kit
ooo man. Tb Beds fcad a Uj pl
Mad. aod Griff derided to krara kirn ta
aad make bia Cgkt It oat. Bob settled
dowa. After tbo camo aooao ooo asked
Keefs wky bo waa ao wtid la that la
"Toa aaw wky I waa wild, dldnt j
JomT" answered Bobby ta hla coarse- ,
terMie faabioa. "I eooldat (et tbo ,
ball orer." Aad that waa tbo only i
alibi Bob bad to offer. !
RALPH ROSE TO COMPETE.
Croat Shot Pwtter to Got In Shape For
Desirous of making- tbo next Amer
. Jean. Olympie ..Issjbv- Aaipk- Boss, I bo
enampioa ebot patter at tbo various
weights, la coming oat of bis shell to
prepare for tbo Iron sphere event to
tbo 1913 Swedish games. The native
eoo'i determination to Bght for a place
oa the big team no doubt will send a
thrill Into the other shot patters when
they learn of this.
Rooe holds aU kinds of records tn the
shot paL Ho eetabUsbed the world's
record with a put of SI feet in Kan
Frmoclar back la 19utt. Ho woo dm
event In the London Olympic games
wlthont the least bit of trouble.
The Ban Franciscan is credited with
07 feet 7 Inches for the elgbt pound.
67 feet 8 Inches for the twelve. M feet
6 Inches for the fourteen. 43 feet 9
InrhM for fh rlrhtxn an fnpt 9V
incnea lor ine iweoiy-one ana ao ieet
2 lncbea for the twentj-foor. bealdoa
his world's record pnt with tbo sixteen
Kelly Wants ta Defend Title.
James F. Kelly, the New York po
Ucemnn. world's champion handball
Dlarer. la out with a ehallenea ta an 1 1
Bine eyes prevail among marksmen
of renown. The blue la said to be the
atrongeat eya and gray next
Ceddla the Cow.
Cows are tenderly cared for In nol
Isnd. They sre blanketed In damp or
cold weather In the paaturee.
' The Koreana love DieiliclnA The
rkh take pllla of im-redlblo size and
Are- you a snberrlber to the Morn- i
Ing BnterprlseT If not yon should call
and let us p"t your name oa the sab
nerlption list Immediately.
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OU U L
W. L. MULVEY
- E. H. COOPER
Collector Oregon City Water Worfa
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