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CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
THE MORNING ENTERPRISE
Is oa sale at the following stores
4 Huntley Broe. Drugs
4 Mala Street.
J. W. MeAaulty Cigars
Seventh and Mala.
Mala near Sixth.
M. K. Dona Confectionery
Next door to P. O,
City Drug Store
Schoenborn Confectionery 4
Seventh aad X Q. Aaaaia.
Sept 3 In American History.
1752 New mtjle eateodar adopted ta
England tad brr rotoales. waira
iottoded the prrrnt territory nf
the Calted Statra: II days addrd.
soaklnc 8ef- 3 '") styk" SevL
14 -sea style."
1833 Taocuaa WOUaoi raraooa. poeu
a bo traaslated Daote's "laferoo.'
died at 8citaate. Maaa.; bora 1813
Genera Itrasaat roner. hlel
. of Lite Creek lndlaa NaUoo. dird
at VlaJta. L T.; bum lS4a
- (Troca aeoa today ta aooa tomutrowj
Sua seta ISV rtoea 521: day a length.
13 hoa; mooa sets CMT a. m.; soooa
ta coaJOBctioa artth ntanrt rraaoa
TAFT SHOWS STRENGTH.
a. aaSeS m irTlnas.-lSa
u; aae. r eea
Twa Sale" aal Baaarua Base- eeear
Wimiats SVe lac firat ssswilea: aMh
jaatal kikirtlnai an sssitar ate saaa.
The close of the extraordinary ses
sion of Congress finds President Taft
stronger than ever la the confidence
and affection of the people.
Forced to contend with natural polt
cal opponents aa well aa foes within
his own party Mr. Taft has shown
r statesmanship of the most courageous
and enlightened type. His refusal to
permit tarta tiakertng, insisting that
what revision la necessary shall ba
done In a scientific manner and with
out disturbance of the business and
industrial Interests of the country
commends Itself to the approval of
sober thinking people.
The successful consummation of
the arbitration treaties with Great
Britain and France was another evi
dence of the masterly statesmanship
of the President. For the failure to
ratify, these treaties the Senate must
face popular disapproval.
The Canadian reciprocity agree
ment, negotiated by the President
aad passed by both Houses only after
a hard struggle on the part of Mr.
Taft, who was compelled to appeal
to the people, stands oat as one of the
most prominent eaaetmenta of the
session, and credit for. it rests pri
marty with Mr. Taft. who conceived
and framed It and called Congress
in special sessioa to act npon iL
Combinations of Democrats and in
surgent Republicans for the purpose
of embarrassing the President politic
ally failed signally, and Mr. Taft is
today more popular thaa before.
The various Investigations bdgun
and proposed In both Houses were
admittedly efforts to create political
capital tor the next Presidential cam-Pal&.
Mr. Bryan says: "While God
spares my life. I will do what I can
to drive plutocracy from the throne
and pat man la his rightful place."
Got your favorite style of crows
picked out yet?
A Frenchman has discovered a
method of photographing thought.
We would Uke to see his picture of
Mr. Bryan 'a thoughts waea the name
of Mr. Underwood ia mentioned.
William Allen White says there is
nothing -new la the way of political
problems." Inasmuch as Bill and his
pale are Insurgents an explanation ap
pears to be ia order.
e . '
The CoateevHle" outrage meets with
the hearty " approval of Jamee K.
Ya Hainan, United States senator -to-,
be from Mississippi.
i S)ee .,, , , '
U is not unreasonable to assume
. M-ve trl
whiskers ta accordance with the
Ta fellow who soae too oftea sup-
HOPS HOT HIT BY
RAIN; READY TO PICK
Growers of hope who were ta the
city Saturday afternoon aald that the
rata had not aa yat Injured the crop.
tlowerer. It waa asserted that It the
rain continued three or foer days,
the da maaa by taaecta and atold would
b seTere. plcklac will be started
la almost all the yards ta this vicin
ity tomorrow. Hope have not matur
ed thta year as rapidly aa usual. The
yield will be above the a Tarawa.
HORSES BDNG TRAINED
FOR STATE FAIR MEET
Salem. Ore. (Special) Some nine
ty odd horse are now tratnine; oa
the Salem track for the Oreeoa State
Fair meet and not a fart one owned
in the Northwert is missing from the
entry list. Secretary Frank Mere
dith says he looks for the track rec
ord to go bv the hoards at this meet
because of the improTements made in
the course. One of the big features
is the steeplechase event in which,
strange to say. mot of the entries
have come from wone owners. It
seems from this tKat the sticks are
mot in faTor by thfwomen of the
Pacific Northwest At least they
seem to own more hurdlers than the'
men. if the entry lists are a raide of
wht Ihe women of Oregon. Wash
ington. Idaho. Montana and British
Cral-mbia navcJo offer for the oort
of those who go to the Oregon State
Fir this year. Reduced rates are In
effect on all rail bnes for this meet
from September 11 to 1 inclusive
Purpose of Worldwide
By E. H. GARY. Chairman of
United Mate Steel
WEXTY rears ago rnch a
convention of steel manu
facturers as that held in
Brussels reeentlj, working in ab
solute harmony and with unit v of
purpose, would not have been pos
sible. At that time the idea of 120 1
men representing the iron anJ
steel industry from everv steel
producing country in tbe world! time the question of the execu
eetting together and agreeing Ition of laws so written as to reach
rmnn even anw one Point would
have been preposterous. The con
i j ; a
venuon toosru iinammnj v ,
pose and a desire for CO-OP-
ERATION which surprised even
the most sanguine of us.
The association will do great
good for the industrial world gen
erally, e s p e-
ing the rela-
r uons oi em-
plovers and em-
1 A ' stands rxl
- wiD be set for
de t e r m ining
how they shall
how to control the SANITARY
conditions under which they will
This steel congress, to my
mind, is a long step toward UNI
VERSAL PEACE. I do not
want to get into too deep water,
but I really think this.
War today is not so much a
question of ITONOR as it is one
of DOLLARS. Commerce, if it
would, has power to stay the hand
of the politician who would de
THE STEEL INOU8TRY IS THE
MOST IMPORTANT IN THE
WORLD AND BY THIS NEW IN
WILL BE SO CLOSELY ALLIED TO
THE COMMERCE OF THE WORLD
THAT. IT WILL WIELD A MIGHTY
HAND IN THE POLITICS OF THE
WORLD AND WILL HAVE INFLU
ENCE ENOUGH TO NEGATIVE
ANY PROPOSED ACTION APT TO
DESTROY THE NATION'S BASIS
U0RKINO ENTERPRISE. SUNDAY. PEITEMBEK 3. 1811.
W. L Little WHI
Pow-Wow of Red Men in Cleveland
W. L. Little will leave Tuesday for
-!..... r Kn ha will be a
delegate at the Great Council of the
Improved Order of Red Men ot me
Catted States, which convenes In that
city. September 11. He will be ac
companied by the Past Great Sachem
George M. Orton. of Portland.
ur i ittu la ou of the most prom-
tnent members of the Improved Order
of Red- Men-ia-Oregon. HeU-thei
Past Grand Sachem ot the Improved
Order of the Red Men of the State. I
Taxes were orst levied by Sdoa. I be
etlflnal Atbexuan legislator la Ma
By CongressmaJi A. O. STANLEY.
Chairman of tbe Steel Trust
TIE steel interests are evi
dently trying a benevolent
assimilation of the powers
of the world. '
If the Brussels convention has
perfected a world combination, as
Judge Gary sajs, it will probably
be the most POWERFUL
AGENCY in the world.
But within an incredibly short
in RESTRAINT OY
TRADE will become the vital
and PARAMOUNT ISSUE not
J only in this country, but through-
.out the world.
I believe the purpose of the
world steel combination is to DE
FEAT PLANS to lower the tar
iff aiid bring about competition
and a resultant reduction in the
price of steeL
I BELIEVE THE PURPOSE Of
THE BRUSSELS COMBINATION 18
TO EVADE THE .
LAWS OF THE
AND TO NULLI
FY ANY LEGIS
LATION AFFECT -INQ
CIALLY SO FAR
AS AMERICA IS
I cannot believe that, as Judge
Gary say, the steel combination
intends to briug about internation
al peace by a refusal to supply
armor plate to the navies.
Perhaps, however, the steel
manufacturers have become im
bued with the altruistic spirit of
"ANCIENT PATRIOTS and are
now willing to SACRIFICE their
own pecuniary interests to the
public good. ,
If war should be no more and
the battleflags of the world should
be furled there will be a great
many IDLE steel mills. Any man
in the steel business who desires
to IMPOVERISH - himself for
the BENEFIT of his fellow
countryman deserves the HIGH
EST PRAISE. But "mcthinks
he lady doth protest morn."
and assisted In the organisation of
the Wacheno Tribe No. 13. and Wach
eno Council No. 20. Order of Poca
hontas, wss organized under his Jur
isdiction when he was the Great
After vlaltlng maLy of the Eastern
cities. Mr. Little will return to Ore
kob by way ot California, and will
visits relatives at Us Angers, jsan
Francisco. Oakland, and at his Old
home at Stockton.
HR8. JDSIIE 8. U'REN
The marriage of Mrs. Jennie S.
URea to Otto M. Murphy, of Port
land, was solemnized quietly fiatur-
tlSV ' JTtfallawJ '4MlaW,M utttUlU . Oi ; lVa hia
U'ken. CIS Fifth street In the pres
ence of the Immediate relatives of the
contracted parties. Rev. A. H. Mul
kev nastor of the Christian Church
of Gladstone, officiated. The bride
has made her home in Eugene for
the last three years, her children at
tending the University there. She
came to Oregon from soutn Airica
about seven years ago. Mr. Murphy
formerly lived In Eugene, but Is now
cltv salesman for the Eastern Manu
factnring Company, of Portland. The
happy couple left after tbe ceremony
for Portland, which will be their
E OF STUDY
SHOWS BIG ADVANCE
County School Superintendent Gary
Saturday decided upon bow the super
visors of the school should report to
him and what the reports are to em
brace. Ia the first reoort the super
visors will tell of the conditions of
the school buitiUngs. grounds, etc
This Includes outbuildings, water sup
ply, walks, trees, shrubbery, stoves,
blackboards, furniture, light, temper
ature- ventilation, decorations, appar
atus, library ani similar subjects. The
report also will cover the condition
of the pupils as regards cleanliness.
sight, hearing, general health, apt
uess, manners, ideals, etc.
L. R Alderman, superintendent of
public Instruction, has Issued the new
course of study for the county scnools
This course Is. noteworthy for many
advanced ideas upon education. Chief
among these may be Indicated the
emphasis placed upon sanitation,
cleanliness of pupils, the value of
healthy, vigorous bodies and careful
The following la taken from the
course of study:
"The points emphasized throughout
this manual are that tbe child should
be taught to form the habit of keep
ing the body and clothing clean, of
taking plenty cf exercise, and breath
ing pure air; to form the habit of
spelling correctly the words In his
written vocabulary; of using and un
derstanding the beet'rorms or expres
sion." Again: "I would ask the
teacher to remember always that she
snouid teach not textbooks, nor
courses of study, but. boys and girls.
See tbst they form correcLJiablts of
thinking and living, and help them
to have clear, healthful bodies and
pure minds. My whole aim In this
manual Is that it may be of some as
sistance to .'the teacher in making
good citizens of tbe boys and girls
"Teach the boys and girls to take
pride In strong, healthy, clean bodies.
1 know of one teacher who was very
successful In this, who made use of
the following device: She had
place in the school building where
each child rendered his height and
weight at tbe close of tbe school
year. Ia the fall each one waa eager
to see how much he had grown dur
ing the summer. One of the best
means of teaching morals is through
athletics, appealing to every boy to
mass ais bony strong.
An excellent and detailed course In
drawing, prepared by Mrs. L R. AV
aerma n and incornorated In the man
ual, begins as follows:
"All children want to draw. Teach
ers have found that the best way to
hold childrens' Interest Is to follow
as much as possible along the lines
of their desires, of late years there
has been a wonderful change in the
teaching of drawing. New methods
have been developed. methods which
charm tbe children and also advance
them rapidly. The teachers ' who
have worked out the beet of these
methods have put their knowledge
at tbe disposal of everybody. The
new books show the latest and best
ways of teaching, are fall of besatt
ful pictures, and are sold at a low
price. Any teacher who Is Interested
can, bf stndy of these new books.
learn to teach drawing la a way that
will be worth while.
"One of the worst tendencies of the
ege.ls toward dependence on others
for amusement, the love of pleasures
that cost. . Public srhoo I drawing
should work against this; tbe search
for beauty In common things should
niTcirr nniiD UK
.HILIll JLUun iu
DECLINE OF 41) ttNId
There wlH be a decline t.f from 3'
to 50 cents a barrel In the price of,
patent flour this week. The reduc ( ' .
is probable for new crop grlndum.
which Is now lielnK offered In !
limited way at tha lower price. I'X :
i.imt or the smaller uiirn..i -It
Is not likely lher wl"
any material cbaiiRa l erl)
prices until after Ihe new crop atocK
U freely offered.
The market for eiit flour Is firm
at 13.60 with both Jl' "u tn,u"
ss buyers at this lime..
So heavy are the offerlnns of ralii
hay at extremely low values thM
prices are being kept dwn for the
HIDES -(Ouylnn areen hides. 5e
to 6c; sailers, 5Ho to 6-ec; ur uii .
12c to Ho. Bht-sp p'H. 25c lo 75c
hiiiitn TRIIlTS Iam-sI urloes are
firm at from c lo lOo on aiipls and
prunes, r'eu'ehea are lc
SALT Selling 60o lo 90o for fine.
50 lb. sack, half ground 40c; 75 for
100 lb. sacks
Portland VsgeUbl Marksts-
SACK VBX1BTAHIJCS Carrots,
$l.i5$1.50 per snck; parsnips. $125
(ff ISO; turnips, 1251.6U; uems.
VEGKTADUhJS Aaparaatu, 0cO
11.75 per crate; calibaxe, uew, 1 per
hundredweight;, cauliflower. $1.0(J
11.75 per doien; celery, California, 75c
y90o per dosen; cucumbers, l.euif
12 25 per doxen; e(tpint. 15o per lb.;
aarllo. 10c12o per pound; lettuce,
50c per dosen; hotbo,! lettuce, $1.50
ft $3 per box: peas, acinic per
nriind: peppers, 3iic3Se Pr pound:
radlahesl&c per doon; rhutrh. f
ki 3c per pound-sproutsc4tomsuct
ONIONS Jobbing prices; Oregon
12 75 per 100; AuNtrallan, 13 50 per
100; Texas, 12 25 per crate: Califor
nia, f2 per crate.
Oregon City Stock Quotations.
HOGS Hogs are quoted c lower.
From 125 lbs. to 150 lbs. o. from
150 lbs. to 200 lbs. I He.
BACON. LARD snd HAM, are firm.
VEAL CALVES Veal calvea nrlng
from 8 to luc according to grade.
BEEF 8TEERS 'Jeet steers for
the local marketa are futchlng I He to
Vie live, weiKOt.
8H&EP r nrui at tc to SS vr
Quotarrenk rvr orsgen City.
POTATOES Best, Buying 1 cents
riOUR AND KEED Flour Is
steady, selling from $5 to SS SO; very
little of cheaper grades.
OATS (Buyngl ;ray. $23 to $2t.
white, from $25 to 26.
BT7TTSR (Bu)Iuk) Ordinary
country brings from 15c to 20c,
fancy dairy from 20c to 22c. cream
ery 2e to tic.
EGOS Best grsde 25 cents.
POULTRY ( Buying Firm with lit
tie good stock offered. Good hens are
bringing 12c Old roosters are In poor
demand, broilers bring from 16c to lRc
with good demand.
WOOL (Buyinr) JVixA prices are
ranging from M to 17 cents.
FEED Shorts $29 to $30; rolled
barley, $31.60 to $32.60: process bar
ley, $33.00; whole corn. $19.00;
cracked corn. $40 00: wheat $32 On
to $33; oil meal, $53: Bhadv Brook
dairy feed, $1.25 per hundred pounds.
HAY (Buying. Timothy $16 to
$t7; clover $9 to $10; oat hay, best,
$12: mixed. $10 to $12; alfalfa, $12 to
A Puizls Gimi.
Here 4a s pencil snd psper game for
tbe puzxle lorlng It run tie played
by sny nnrnlier. Stiirting with one
given word, the text Is to rhsnue II
Into snother given word by chancing
only one loiter at a time, and the win
ner H he who arrives most qulck'y
at the renult and hr tbe shortest proc
ess. For Instance mipxme tint r.ord
"dog" Is given to lie changed Into
"est" The best method would be
dot. cot. cut. Of cmrxe lunger word
sre more dimculT, but usually pnilenee
will bring snc-es for Instance, the
word "fasf amy I cbnngnl Into
"slow" by the following-s'eis: Ksst.
last. lost. loot, soot, n!,,, nlow Per
haps there ln .tm-tvr wn.T Thfit
little study will dlo,,.i ir thepnny
Is Isrge It Is more fun to pny the
game with group of tw us partners
Glrsfff have t-en Minn In ,"arU
since a romi-nraiiveir recent dute
only. The ear!lei neviinen rame
there during the rel-n ,,f .. xvi.
Fmm a I'renchninii ,,f ,,!,,,) ,in(
time, an eipl, rer named Levjilllnni,
who hml traveled iitnmiu the KhIIIm
and Hottentots, the, piilmuls with
tbe long ne ks were rirt he:ird of in
France XoUnly heated his stry.
snd he was Inughed nt mull ,me nr
Ing speclnirnH armed In il,e 1 ren, h
cspltsl and ne entnhllMieu his credit
Do you know what the children who
do things ... belp one another are
cslled? They are cslled "little step
savers, and a great blowing they .,,
to many s tired mother Kor their
own growth It la neeessnrv f-.rrhli.
dren to run snd walk . Kr,.llt ,,,
By saving steps for mother t'u ,-re
helping themselves to grow ad d..g
S great kindness to mother at the
same time n
Now open for business with a full
line of new and secondhand furnl
turn. PRICES TO SUIT THE CUSTOMER
Hlah.st Price P.ld ,or tond.
I" the new Brick Building.
Money represents human power. It
la of vital Importance to you whether
Its force Is eserted for or against you.
Money saved Is your friend, ready to
help you when you need help most
The Bank of Oreeoa City
OLDEST BANK IH THI COUNTY
O. fx l.ATH)UWTTB rreeUeet f. I MITE, r, j
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANJ j
ot OREGON CITY , OREGON . j
Transacts a ft-asrsl wanhlnt -slnsee. Open trm A. M. N
Heart to Heart
By EDWIN A. NYE.
TO THE UNKNOWN LAND."'
Of re-viit I'I' turea. one of aurnssslna
Interest snd lil" b has stira ted much
attention Is that u' lllu,r l-eltftou. eo
tit ll "To the fukuuwn Land."
The picture tells n storv IhaL alas.
Is sll too frvniieut In 'ir common Ufs
al.rj In s.vnitxd of s IIIIU child s
duafh snd the grl.-f of s mother.
I hl e V ura-aturjt
A innll lnnrTiMrmirttoe-shore.
At the bow lt tb oar man - lM-8th, la
the sd-rn Is a resplendent white robed
atiK'-l. aliow gn-ut dripping wing
tuurli the wuter ou either side
In the arms of the nugel la tbe wee
child. Ntnllltitr up lni the fnre of be
heavenly ineu'wiiirt-r come to Iske I' to
"the Vnknown J-and "
Tlmt Is tin if the pUtura.
The ottit-r lilf-.tij sad phase of It
Is the fluure of the licrvft mother
kneeling nn the shore, alone, desolsce.
Ih,.-,I In iigoiiv. ss the child is belus
borne uway on the waste vt waters
Her kr Is il.irk. ai d Ih only gleam
of light Is Hie' rmll:i ii e thai streams
from Ihe pr-. m of the (in gel vlsitnnl
ami r Heeled fr.Mii the face of the babe
The picture is reiit hevaue It l
It mis Toi. tor's definition of real art
-a iH-Mige from the lieurt lo tbe
llixv m,i mint Is the suffering of a
mother who. hut Ing gone down Into
the valley of I lie shitdow to bold bet
Imhe In her nrms. feels f wrenched
fiotiYher eilihrtiee forever'
inly n tuoilii-r ran know such suffer
In t!ie first rtarotrsins of her r"r
broken heart no consolation ran avail
The picture truly -Nuns t?e mother
alone. Alone she must trend tbe wine
press of sorrow Aloha and desolate!
nnd by she begin dearly to
bold In her heart some such picture ss
Ihnt one of the heavenly messenger
holding and guarding her rhlld ss tbe
Oarsman rows It a war
Klie has caught the vision of a shep
herd, tender faced, win, holds out his
arms to ssy. uiTer the little children
to come unto me and furl-id them not
for of siuh Is the kingdom." "Of
sucb"-her bnlie Is the kingdom.
And though the tenrs yet Bow they
sre rm longer bitter tears of agony
Through the telescope of ber tears
she bus looked uikil a vision of
bahy In "the Inknomq Land."
A Sura Riturs.
"Out to luncheon - l,ai k In Ove min
utes." read (lie sKn ttlt. uoor.
"Are you sure he will fi t back that
soon"" asked t tier anxious taller
"Yes'm." said the wise office boy.
"He nln t got t1(. pn, r ,,. mBUta
UavU In 1,1k i lothes "-Toledo Itlade.
Suiacrlhe for the pally ICnterprts
Wants. For Sale, Etc
Nailoes unSsr Usaa elasalflaS , ,
111 l. lns-i-4 st on cnt s wars nra
nertlon. h.lf , .ddinoaaJ sslaT
l!l-K " " ssoaia.
Ms sn ,p.n srco.inl with tit pa par Ma
' :7tnu:sTur ;e:;wT.ra:
I - VPT . lnj" sharsa IS
WANTEI-CollHctors o see my co.
lon of all son. 0f curloi. an
; .ques. and Indian trinkets; stamp.
, "r stamp collectors; , coins for
; """fcmatl.1.. srrow.head. for JSL
So'r?? ? ; 1 buy n, '
I V.l ri"n- ",H0 k1da of
secondhand furniture and toola!
WAhuTl "mm" mort1emants tor
; .a?a?r. l K--
alnt ion ,,l'y "Pn of h'
aWndanl P"Und"' "'"able
i " ""'v. Oregon City.
I .. - -"wiwva B ik. atata
umsiae Portland T,. .. . '
it printing TfT U for "
ird,n j0" nse.
FOR flAIJro . r-a
8ell that nis i " tnU
. -, yr,
I 1IEREDT aotlfy all bsslii,,.
aad dsalsrs that my wifs, yjiny
Johnson, has Uft my b4 u kwr
and I will no longer bt rwposax
for sny debts Inrurrsd by ksr '
EDWARD JOlINtu j
Dated August so, mi.
FAJLM LOANS-nimlcl 4 tjtsM
Lawyers. Oregon CUy, Or.
O. D. aTBT, Attornsy-st-U. asw'
Mssaed, S bet r sals rurtaaat
titles eismlned. estates aWlat,a
aval law business Qra? task
VTIUtN A BCllirmiEl AttarttM
I La, Dsatacesr aokl. tfla,
ttee la all sourts. stake (abansj
aad settlements. Offies Is Sat
wrtoe iUdg.. Oreaoa at?. Orssa j
BUILDER AND COtsactoi ;
HARRT JONBS-Dulllsr uA Oassj
Camtraetor. Kstlmsias rtisal,
give oa all classes at Mas
work, eoa state walks sss rwatn
nee rsoae Hakt 111
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. H COOPBH. Ft" Firs
aad Real Estate Let ss hat
roar proaertle- bay, ad sf
eschange. Office Is aatwsi.
Bldg., Oregon City. Orefos j
1188 E. MARION WKUH. afcv
York, teacher of th rUas. 0t
telephone Main Silt.
NOTICK a TO t ONTRACTOsl-
Sealed proposals will ba iwawf
st the office of Cross Htaaai
Oregon Clly. Oregon, md I
O'clock p. m.. Heptetnber L 1T.I
for furnishing mntorlsl so4 ttSt
antf constructing well ssi sat
., house for the city or CUdKostS
and after Tuesly noon, Sssuasr
a. 111. Plana may bs aw, Bf
specifications, forms for ttsaa
and bonds may bs obtain W
application at lbs of rice sf Cm
sY Hammond, or of Louis C la
civil engineer. h4-406 Selling K
Portland, Oregon. Th rlM ss
served to reject sny snd m
By order of ibe Commos Csat
of the Oty of Gladstone. j
O. E. I KEYTAa, hr
WM. HAMMOND, Recorder,
CARRIER SERVICI AT -
Beginning the morning of
tirday. Angust S. sll wbstn
era for the Morning
living ta and shout WllUaaaJ
will receive their pPr JT!
rler Instead of by mall. M'
Wilson will be the carrier s'
will act as agent st WU!si
REMEMBER, SATURDAY. it
8 the new Carrier 8yvIcs stars.'
A Straight Bluest
ample Seek Fr.
Sole Agents for
Korrect Poultry Fes.
11TH AND MAIN IT.
Oregon 01' "
Til IIW lSI iiwui "2? 7 ,
na aai '"." al S, .'
aaithart" r ,
iii l ' i
na UlS SV
be one ot its avowed alms."
th and Main Streets.
W. L. MARHAL-
OBd. Phon. w.i " Z
B80 Merrlsesi St