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MORNING ENTERPRISE, TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 12.
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L E. SRODIE. Edited ana PuMlaMr.
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CONTRACT ADVERTISING RATES
Vet Pas, par Mica nnl lmartioa 1 (a
first Put, pa tnca, addad htaarttoea. .lse
Piafaand poaltioa amy pac. par hsoh
flrat saeamow Ita
SWwTsd poaittoa any pas, par sseh
tMH twacrtlona OSa
tint eapar ethre thaa fire aaaa. par IV
tlr Inaartloa laa
Sn papar atbar thaa flret pace, par laaa
aeda4 hMsrtkma M
Uacata la ar ttwa; la racQlar aWar
tara Vo Una.
Weata. Par Bala. Ta Kaat. ata, ewe
Mat a word flrat SBeertlea; eaw-kalf aaat
Rataa far adrartlahut ta Aa Waakly
Bntarpiiaa will ba Uta aano aa ta tka
dally, for adrartlaamatita aet aapaoially
far Uia waaktv. Wliara tbe aavartlaaaaewt
. la Uaaafarrad from the dally ta Ua n
y. w I lb out cnaaca. tba rat will
aa mob for rua of tha papar, and lea aa
a padal aoaHkas.
Cash ahowld acaotapaay
party la unkaowa ta baataaaa efflea at
' team) advertising at local aavartasfesa'
rcua advertising and apaelal trsaalint
iMTverttstng at Ho lo lee aa bioh. aaow 1
ma to apactal eondltloBa awraratnc tha
F1ra Bala and Baakrupt kW adrar-
taamenU tte Inch first Inaartloa: addl-
Joaatl teaartkma nint asatt laa feaeh.
ftawa Itama and wall writ's artiotaa
r man l. wita tntaraat to local raaaara.
wtu be sladly aooapbra. Hajeotee miaaa
aafiata aaver raturaod unleea aeeompaa
aa ay au.moa as prepay
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
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THE MORNING ENTERPRISE
Is' on sale at tbe following stores
Huntley Bros. Drugs
J. W. McAnulty Cigars
Seventb and Main.
Main near Sixth.
.'. M. E. Dunn Confectionery
Next door to P. O.
City Drug Store
8eventh and X Q. Adams.
Sept 12 In American History.
180G Andrew Bull Foote. naral hero,
born; died 1863.
1861 B leg of Lexington. Mo, began.
1878 General Henry A. Wise, noted
- tMroslaTerist, ex-0Ternor of Vlr
, v gtnla - and a Confederate veteran.
- died at Richmond; born 1800.
1888 Richard A. Proctor, astronomer,
;; died In New York; bora 1834.
?. ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS.
(From noon today to noon tomorrow.)
Son sets 0:11. rises 0:34; moon rises
8;18 p. m.; B-J39 a. dl. moon In con
jiuictlon with Saturn, passing from
wrest t east of tbe planet. 4 1-3 de
grees north thereof. This date, 1811.
perihelion of great comt of that year.
.QUEENSBURY LAND8 JOB.
,, ,' . The Marquis of Queensbury has had
''1 more luck than be perhaps expected
when he came to this country In
search of a Job.
Things are not as rosy as they onco
were for titled folks on the other side
Discussed by an Aviator,
War Correspondent and
an Army General
By Lieutenant CONNEAN.
French Officer. Wrio Has
Been Flying Under Name
Y THINK THAT WITHIN
X TEN OR FIFTEEN
WILL HAVE COMPLETE
PRESENT IDEAS OF
NAVAL WARFARE. PER
HAPS EVEN THE DE
VELOPMENT OF AVIA
TION BY THAT TIME
WILL HAVE MADE THE
MODERN DREADNOUGHT A3 OB- I
SOLETE AS THE OLD WOODEN
BATTLESHIP IS NOW.
It does not require a vivid imag
ination to foresee the conditions
with which WAR AT SEA will
be fought with AEROPLANES
rising from the decks of warships,
which will be rather of the nature
of mobile aerodromes than battle
ships. Of course it is IMPOSSI
BLE to predicet EXACTLY what
lines of development the aerial sys
tem of naval warfare will take, but
while war vessels of some kind will
undoubted remain a ' necessity
there is ,NO QUESTION" that
changes of a moet SURPRISING
CHARACTER are in stored
By JAMES t. J. ARCHBALD. Wsr Correspondent ,
THE FORTHCOMING CON
FLICT, WHICH I EXPECT
WILL BEGIN BEFORE "-LONG,
TMB AEROPLANE WILL FIGURE
FOR THE FIRST TME AS A
, FACTOR. .
Frnt is the ONLY' eountry
in . tha world that ha taken ad-
and Queensbury, long on title and
short on puree, found It neeeary to
ba up and doing In ordar to have tha
ghost walk. There Isn't muck, a mar
quia can do ncroee tba big pond and
so Queensbury elected to com bat
and tab a chance In tba gam.
Hardly bad ba landed when an an
terprlsing Western newspaper offer
ed him a Job aa a writer on sporting
matter, and Queensbury prompty ao
cepted tbe Job. Tha paper geta good
advertising and tbe marquis geta good
pay, ao It la a good tblng all around.
Queensbury la a first class author
ity on sporting topics and abould
make good In bla new position. Be
cause of tbe spirit be baa abown lei
us bope tbat de doe.
Oklahoma reports a bumper crop
of broom corn, but the feather duster
will continue to do business at the
, , s
Perhaps If Mr. Bryan bad his way
Congress would Investigate the crimes
of '96. '00 and 'Os.
The Boston Globe hits tbe nail on
the head by calling It "yellow-Astor
The tariff la to be an Issue In tbe
campaign of mi", they tell us. Just
as If any one can remember wben It
so , ... ;
The Kaiser lsnt looking for war
but he Is ready for It If France sends
it along bis way.
Skins of seals and hyenas were be
ttered by tbe Greeks to be effectlT
protections against lightning.
"What are tbe wild wares saylngr
softlr murmured the emotional woman
as she stood on tbe silver lining of the
Nothing. Maria," replied tbe man
hoarsely. "They are Uka some people
we know they mske a great deal of
noise, but dont say anything." Lon
We aO have two educations
one from others and another, and
the more valuable, which we give
ourselves. Il b this last which fixes
our grade in society and eventually
our actual condition m this life and
the color of our fate hereafter Al
the professors and teachers in the
world cannot make you a wise or
good man without your own co
operation, and if such you are de
termined to be the want of them
wiO not prevail. John Randolph.
The ideal is in thyself. The im
pediment, too, is in thyself. The
condition is but the stuff thou art to
shape that same ideal out of. What
matters whether such stuff be of this
sort or that, so the form thou givest
it be heroic, be poetic? Carlyle.
By General JAME4 ALLEN.
Chief of United Stsres Sig
nal Corps snd Hesd of
57T ITIIIN a year
will be as FAR AD
VANCED as any
nation in strength of
aerial forces. I hope
by the end of that period
to have twenty aero
planes operated by forty
officers. I also hope the
good work already done will
PROMPT congress to give
GREATER aid to this branch of
We have established one of the
REST aerodromes in tho country
at College Park, Md. The six of
ficers practicing flying there are
making' very CREDITABLE
SPEED IS HARDLY ESSENTIAL
FOR THE GENERAL USE OF THE
AEROPLANE. OF COURSE FOR
MESSENGER WORK WE SHALL
WANT A MACHINE THAT WILL
GO FROM SIXTY TO SEVENTY
MILES AN HOUR. BUT FOR ORDI
NARY WORK FORTY MILES AN
HOUR IS PLENTY. .
vantage of aerial navigation for
military purposes. . She has a
TION of air machines snd flying
men. Germany is FAR behind
her, and England is FAR behind
Germany. ; , .' ' '
New Head of the
Sherman on His
1 iEfe :
JfcTXJB HARVET M. TRIMBLE of Prlm-eiou. III., who w elw-ttirt com
mander In chief of lbs O A. R. st the fortv-Rfib anuiiiil in-iiiiiiuent
held at Rochester. N Y.. Is one of the I! known 'f llvliu Grand
Arm men Born In Ohio, be has live! In lltluois shut- isia. was a
student st Eureka college wben he enlisted for tbe civil war In the Ninety
third Illinois volunteers., lie wss promoted to the position of nvriresnt major
and in 1864 to adjutant Except for a period of fourteen days when be was
a prisoner of war. be partlcUated In every movement of hla r-itliiii-nt. Includ
ing tbe Mlssisaippl campaign, tbe Tasoo Pasa expedition. Chattanooga. Alia-
finally the grand review at Washington.
and wounded. Judce Trimble has been
was president of tbe Vlckaburg park
tbe bar la 1807 be practiced law and served bis county and district as county
and circuit Judge. Judge Trimble favors, tbe Sherwood pension bill,' whlcti
Democratic Leader Underwood has
FIGHT OH STORAGE
EGGS HAVING EFFECT
While tbe situation has been very
much improved since the state of
ficials began to worry violators of the
pure food law who sold storage eggs
as fresn stock, there is still consider
able trouble with substitution In tba
Local eggs are so much better than
can be possibly offered by storage
operators that purchasers soon dis
tinguish the difference and therefore
the number of complaints regarding
poor quality4 is Increasing.
Tbe situation has become so bud
that several of the leading handlers
of eggs along Front street, Portland,
have quit the' sale of the Ice house
stock altogether and will hereafter
offer only tbe guaranteed local stock.
One Front street house, which is
closely allied with an Eastern Ice
house importer. Is still trying to ma
nipulate the market so tbat the East
ern can take the place of the local
stock. However, Eastern stock
is not giving satisfaction except to
the cheaper buyers.
IIIDES (Buying Green hides, 5c
to 6c; sailers, S'ic to 6Hc; dry hides,
12c to 14c. Sbtep pelts, 25c to 75c
DRIED FRUITS Local prices are
firm at from 8c to 10a on apples and
prunes. Reaches are 1 So.
SALT Belling 50c to 90o for floe.
60 lb. sack, half ground 40c; 75 for
100 lb. acks.
Portland Vegetable Markets.
8ACK VEGETABLES Carrots,
$1.25 $1.60 per sack; parsnips, 11.25
GI160; turnips, $l.t5$1.60; beets,
ONIONS Jobbing prices; Oregon
$275 per 100; Australian, $3.60 per
100; Tias,, $2.25 pet crste: Califor
nia, $2 per crste
Oregon Cftv Stock Quotations.
HOGS Hogs are quoted He lower.
From 125 lbs. to 150 I'os. 8e, from
160 lbs. to 200 lbs. 8 Ho.
BACON, LAKD and HAM. are Arm
VEAL CALVES Vesl calves oriag
from tiii to ioc arcordins; to arada.
BEEF STEERS Beet steers for
the local markets are fetching (Vcto
6 Vic II vt eeignt. '
SHEEP r arm at e to 5a lira
Ouotarrana Tor Oregon City.
r OTA TOES Best, Buying 1 cents
FIXJUR AND FEET-Flotir Is
steady, selling from $6 to $5 50; -very
little of cbesper grades.
OATS (Buyng Gray. $23 to $24,
white, from $25 to $28.
BITTT5R (Bujmg Ordinary
country brings from 15e to 10c,
fancy dairy from 20r to 12?. cream
ery 22e to 2BC
EOOS Best grade 25 cants.
POULTRY (Buying Firm with lit
tle good stock offered. Oood bens are
bringing 12c. Old roosters are In poor
demand, broilers bring from 10c to 18o(
with good demand.
WOOL (Bnritg1 ool prices are
ranging front 14 to 17 cents. -
FEED Shorts $2 to $30; rolled
barley, $31.60 to $3250; process bar
ley, $33.00; whole corn, $39.00;
crsrVod corn, $40 00: wheat $32.00
to $33; oil meal, $53; Shady Brook
dairy feed, $1.25 per hundred pounds.
HAT (Buying.) Timothy- $18 to
$17; clover $9 to $10; oat hay, beet,
$12; mixed, $10 to $12; alfalfa, $13 to
APPLE MARKET SLUGGISH.
Demand For Pssrs snd Prunes Much
Stronger With Bright Outlook.
T? Northwestern Fruit Excbangt,
G. A. R. Was With
March to the Sea
The regiment lost 41S men in klllad
department commander In Illinois and
commission. Following hi admission to
promised, congress wiD psss st the tn-
of Portland, reports as follows
Tbe demand for apples for future
delivery has a sluggish tendency, and
It requires a good deal nf persistency
snd enthusiasm to bring buyers to
(he point of actual orders. Tbe East
ern trade by which IS meant tbe ter
ritory east of tbe Mississippi, con tin
ues to show indisposition to buy
ahead, and the sentiment Is pesHlmls'
tic and bearish. What business h
being done Is in the western half of
the country: some orders are belrns
booked for export to the Far East-
! China and Australia. The Exchange
reports sales as folioys:
One car extra fancy Idaho Jona
tbans at $1.60; 1 car extra fancy
Uanos at $1.10 f o b. Idaho; four (41
cars Italian prunes at 65c f.o.b. Ma
ho. The Exchange Is negotiating sale
or zo.O(M) boxes Washington Wine-
saps for export; mostly 4 1-2 and
tier; 10.000 boxes for October dellv
ery, snd 10,000 for November dellv
ery. Extra fancy grade not required
but fruit which will grade to a good
fancy. The Exchange wants to hear
Immediately from those of Its mem
Ders in position to supply sny pHrt
or in is oroer.
i ne uemand tor prunes is more
active and the market generally
stronger. This strength Is specula
tlve rather than based on snot mar
keta, aa Eastern auctions are showing
comparatively low prices for Italians.
One car Italians reported sold New
York on spot, first by the Taklma
Valley Fruit Growers' Association
through the Florida Citrus Ex
change: 2 crates 5x5 at $1.20; 2 crates
6x5 at $1.20; balance 6x6 and 6x6 at
95c delivered: freight, refrigeration
and auction charges to be deducted
In showing f.o.b. equivalent. The
Hungarians In the car at 75c to $1.00
mostly 80-90C. Car P.F.E. 9151. Al
together there were sold in New
York on the 1st, 1,755 crates North
western Italians (5x5) $1.05, $1.10;
6x6 Bsc to $1; 6x6 95c. On Septem
ber 5. csr Yakima Italians sold Hln
neapolls auction averaged 85e. On
6th. car Yakima Italians offered Chi
cago auction; sold 85-95c: 800 with
drswn at 85c bid.
The pear market shows signs of
cleaning up. but prices still rule low.
Chicago 5th, California Bartletts aver
aged in auction $1.19; mixed car from
Yakima: Bartletts sold (400 boxes)
75c: car Medford Iiartletts sold $1.40-
$1.50. Minneapolis 6th, car Zlllah
Wash., Bartletts averaged $1.03;
Toronto '6th, car Medford, Or., Bart
letts, by Producers' Fruit Company,
sold $1.65 to $2.30 averaged about
$1.80. On September 1st at Chicago,
two cars Medford Iiartletts sold; one
by Producers, 'tl.3!V$L7rii averaged
$1.68. At Cincinnati 4th, California
Bartletts averaged 77c on one car,
$1.26 on another.
A Turkish Serpent Superstitlen.
The people of all serpent ridden
countries hsve many thsrms, spells
and Incantations which they repeat
or perform for the purpose of exorcis
ing such obnoxious visitors. In Tur
key everybody, from tbe sultan lo tha
gsmln. aplasia to the eerKnt king,
Cbah Mlrsn. Wben tbey route lo con
tact with a serpent ibe first exclsms 1
tion is. "In tbe name of Cbah Mlrsn.
go awsy and bide ihynelf." Of course
Cbah Mlrsn has lieen dead for centu
ries, but the Turk argues tbal tbe ser
pents do not know anytplng about
this. If they knew tbst tbey were no
longer under his Influence tbey would
destroy tbe whole human race, Lon
' A Hard Blr-J.
Customer What sort of chicken do
yon cap thlst .Walter That sir, Is, t
believe, a JTIymouth Rock. Customer
Ahl I'm glad It has soma historic In
terest I thought It wss ast aa erdJ
Just What's Needad
Far Athlatl part.
HIW DKMION IH SLOISS.
At all tlinee of tbs year ihe college
girl needs a supply of shlrl wslsts or
blouses for tbe different sports b par
tlculsrly electa. Tbe model plHureo
Is a smart little sffulr Just bum roi
her reuulretueuta Curried out in s
daintily striped flannel or lu some ser
vlceable wswh material It Is stunning
Harmful -Stylas In Woman's Dress.
The following extract la clipped from
a r.-iit 1lirlul lu ihf Ladles' Home
Journal, and "pIty-'tlsr-'-tle true:'VJ.uU
men's position of defereuce towsrd
women Is changing admits of no uur .
tion. It Is noth-eable on every nana.
But let women quietly ponder
ask "Why Is It T"' and they will tind
that the Insidious loss of resect
based on the little things tbst men
bsve slwsys sssoclsted with them sail
thst woUten sre losing sight of-tbt
feminine foolishnesses tbst are sadly
growing on modern girls snd womeu.
Smsll in themselves, yes. but now It
Is one smsll thlug. snd then It Is an
other, and after sablle the whole
mess of smsll things . becomes s fur
tTniaaDirniisiTlBa gradually mi
mstloo thst baa received s sutvewloa
of constsnt little Jars U round tu lisve
become weokeoed. Believe it or nut
as women msy. tbat is wtiere the i.a.o
sexes stand today In Ainerhn. and li
la a position neither pleiiHiiiit nor tie,
slrsble. Women sre puiijtii: Hiein
selves down slowly, but none tbe iei
surely, In tbe eyesjuf men by tuelr
growing tendency to place ibe emplia
sis on tbe things tbat sre uot worth
while. Tbe women wbo represent tbe
best of American womanhood recog
nlze this coudltloo sod deplore It Just
ss murb ss do tbe uieu. snd It is s
grievous pity tbut the sensible portion
of Amertcsn women bave not more In
fluence on tbst larger majority of ths
sex wbo are todsy playing with tbi-lr
greatest source of protection, tbe re
spect of nieu.
Shrinking Wssh Goads.
Keep your materlsl In ihe-ssm
emotes ss wbeu bought, opened only
enough to lie euslly lu the tub to cover
tbe good snd U-Mve Mutfli-lent length
of time to be thoroughly xhruiik. Then
ley a broom s-roM ihe tub snd care
fully hung the mitterlnl on It. still fold
ed. Thus It will drain In the tub snd
dry. On removal the good wilt be aa
pressed and atnnotb a wben bought
A little salt In the water will slao set
the color si the wiuie time.
Pieturssqu Evsning Frock.
Tbe soukou'm evening frm-kM nil make
for ptrtureiie effects, snd tbe cos
tnme In tbe cut is a charming example
of this mode It Is glrlUb. though
qnslnt and effective In truutmcnL Thr
raotia or rnirroN snd LAca
material umd 1 p, cnlfr((0 Wf
sotlu of the rnim ahnde. The b.md ol
black telret acroaa the front of ths
skirt Is s novel lentnre. held In rnce
s It Is. with an exquisite pinr si s
Shut In Purantj.
Tersguny la hIiui im on the we-it,
north snd euat by hunUreds of miles
Of thick, almost unluliubltel frc.t
country. On ths south the greater
part of the outlet is barred by swampy
Isnd, practically without population
From the day of Us discovery to the
present time the country has had only
one artery of exit and entrsnce, the
A Stftoh In the Side. '
Bending down to a sitting posture
several times In succession Is sn ex
cellent remedy for stltrh In ths aide.
1 ; '
f7 J. f
Honor represents human power. It
Is of vital Importance to you whether
Its force Is exerted for or against you.
Money saved Is your friend, ready to
help you when you need help moat
The Bank of Oregon City
OLDEST BANK III TBS COUNTY
0 ft LATOURkTTTsI Pra-Meat f J. METui,
THE FIRST NATIONAL, BANK
of OREGON CITY, OREGON
CAPITAL, SsASOO OO.
Transits S O-nersI Ssnhlnf welneae. Oven fee. I A. M, t) a,
- rrof.Huuir-.Wm thlt
lttl - i:r-n - thi bone of some
thing dead.-l'srls Hire.
Ths Psrfscl Wsmsn.
Not In chaructei. but In physique,
flere sre her inessurements: Height
five fH-t three Inches to flvejfeet seveu
Inches; welnlit. I'.'S to IW MumU
A plumb line dropied frtim Ibe tip of
ber nine fells at S po'" iue ,p
front of ber great toe.- fler shoulders
and ber hips touch a straight vertical
Uue. Her wsUt tajxTS so ss to tooob
st each end a line drawn fnw tbe out
er third of her collar lna to her ulpe;
bust, tweniv elfc'lil l tblrly'slx tucbes;
hips, six to ten Inches more thsn ber
bu at; w n lat tweuty two to twenty
eight lucuea -
Her upper srm ends sl ber wslst
line, so that she can rest ber ellow
on s tal"e while standing erect sud
her forearm eitemls so ss So penult
her fingers to touch a point Just below
the middle of her lliliih. Iler neck
and ber tbkh sre of Ihs same circum
ference, sud ao sre tho rslf of ber leg
and ber upper srtn. -
Her legs sre sbuut one ha If ber
belgbL or ss long ss a line drawn
from her chin to ber Onger tips. From
ber wslat to ber feet sbe measures
about a fool more than from ber waist
to the crown of her head.
scl twelve tt fourteen IBCDear
head on a line with the central plane
of ber body. The size of ber glove Is
Just twice tbe al of ber show
Those of us who do uot measure up
to these requirements msy console
ourselves by relleillng Ihst perfect
beauty grows very monotonous. .-
Fsr Dull Csmplsalana.
Women who sre dull In coloring
should never surround tbemaelves with
biilllsnt shades Tbey will only ac
centuste tbe point which tbey wish to
conceal. A dull Jewel Is never com
bined with s btmotlful brilliant The
coutraat la too great to show off either
to sny sdvsutage. Womea of tbia
type should learn s leamm .from the
jewelers, surrounding themselves only
with such buea ss will harmonise with
tbelr own Indifferent coloring
It mnat not be aupoed. however,
tbat tbe wardrobe will t unattractive
because It niuxt tie selected from tbs
somber shade There sre s great
many colors In the softer 'tones which
sre very Ix-nutlful - v..
A soft gruy ran slwiys be worn to
sdvsntage by drnb women, as It throws
whstever color they may bsve Into
The suhdtii-d plums snd purples are
slab sttrsctlve. ss is thai ntnklsh
brown shade called ashes of -oaea
Blue In almost any tone except the
most brilliant Huts, such ss electric.
Ysle blue, etc., rau I worn by . wo
men who belong to this etna.
For evening wear lavender, pink In
its lighter tone, yellow combined with
some deeper tone such na gold or blue,
which will give It character; a bsby
blue snd s very soft shade of rose are
tbe colors which should be selected.
Those to be s voided are brown In al
moat auy tint, green In sll Us varta
Hons, red snd black and white.
If Hp pencils are used It should be
with discretion, snd tbe blending
should be iMTfccL
Cae sn application of cold cresm to
remove the duat and grime from a
dry skin and a soft cloth dipped In
slcohoi to cleanse sn oily skin.
rises sachet bag-! favorite scent
In bureau, dressing table, boxes, cbest
snd drswers. The perfume thus gle
en will he subtle and dellcute.
File tbe nails a trifle each morning
to keep tbem In shspe. one or two
strokes being sufficient to keep them
In order If this plan Is pursued.
An excellent heliotrope toilet water
Is rmde of half a pint of extract of
roso, three ounces of extract of neroU,
a pint of tincture of vanilla and seven
drops of oil of bitter sltuonds.
,-A tiny bug of tinted or Doily Tar
den ribbon lined with chamois and
holding a small powder puff can be
tucked Into the wslst It proves eery
bandy when shopping or on ft pleasure
It Is no longer considered good form
to shnie null lu accentuated points
or other wine render tbem conspicuous.
Bring them to a wsll rounded oval In
the cmter. snd do not polish them taai
We have the best at low
est price. Lay fa
Korrsct Poultry Food.
uth AND MAIN STS.
Patronise our advertisers.
Wants, For Sale, fit
Mstlsae aaaW Ifcesa sisasirtat
will ba inM4 at wi cm t 7T'
htaartlosi. halt a ssat sSSIUssal hi?
Ilowe. tis laeh rare. rmvu,
ssaa aara. ( aaaat si asr auatk.
reaa saaat aaeeetaar asUsia,
has aa sassa sssuaat with ts. i,
riaanelal rMfMiaalbllllv tor .rrrti -tiiij-srrnra
oemr frs aurrvri.4 SMlss'aiib
ss-lalad tor saAn . Mlnlmuai assras
WANTKD Collectors to see ay ai
lection of all sorts of cvrloi, t
llquea. and Indian trlnksu; suasi
for stamp collectors; eotai tor
numismatists, arrow heads for vts
eologlsts, etc. I buy asd mQ i
sorts of curios; also sll klsdj g
secondhand furnltura an
- (leorga Young, M sin, near rYDi
WANTIaMMii advartlasaesti br
Ik I a eoluma. pnoas vary rsss
able. Saw rataa at Dead of m-sat
Read tba Morning tCmerprist.
WANTKD Ton to snow rtist ts
terprlse Job prtntwg dopsrtSMst h
tha moat complete la Us tW
outside Portland. Try It for yag
WANTED llrl or woman lor r
era I housework, experience stew
aaas asaa aa-W fclfW aa,1 t..k ii..
assre- j w -w ww w wwssrwssr,BFpsjrssr SSrSSSSSj
Oregon City. TaL MtH
WANTED Carpenters st Misul
I'lessanl school Immedlatsly; tin
two wood cutters. II. I. Lunt
js.-xturjrv w '
UP 8TAIRS of pretty broenbuaplof
for rent, furnished tastefully for
light housekeeping, one mlnatilk
from East ham school. Four yspUi
or teachers can be nicely acca
modsted at $3 each per Etottl
Electric lights and toilet up lUln.
everything handy snd coBreslsst.
sleeping porch overlooking stsosl
house grounds. Msks srrsnftswsti
before school commences. Mrt
Henry Shannon, (03 IHvislos ItrwC
FOB SALE 10 thoroughbred isul
plga. Mary Ewlman, Orsgos Ctth
Or., R. F. D- No. J.
FOR BALK Bpscc In this whs
Bell that old plow or harrow; psi
don't usa It since you purctMsi
your new one. '
LAUNCH FOR BALK.
We are offering our launch at
a bargain It's a tfVft seat
611 beam and a 1HI- P.
lndery 4-oyclc engine. It's aot I
frail pleasure launch, but a k
built for service.
THE JACOBS -STINK CO.
5th and Morrlsoo,
FINE Jersey cow for sale or trs4
inquire of A. A. Moure. B
ger Sewing mscblne. " "r
street, Oregon City. Or. J,
FARM LOAN8-D1lck a Olmw.
Lawyora. Oregon City, or.
0. D EBT. Attoraeyjit-IA.
loaned, ahatraotc flirnl"7j 1
Utksa exsmlned. aststes rt';
aval law buslaes. BU
U'REN A BCHTIEBKU AtlornyH
Uw, Deutscber advokst. MJ
tire In all aourta. msks eel'
and settlements. Office '
prise Bldg, Oregon CUT. Orl
HAR11T JONKS-Dundar and 0J
Contractor. Bstlmstss eaasrw
glvw on an ot W
., work, concrete walks rBAT
1 ttmm Phone Msia w
tl. H. COOPIIR. For Fire hi
and Real Eetate. JTZ
yotar proaertlee ws M'JZ
eichaagw Office la
JMg Oraso C"T.
E. Ws Melltof
Una of, new and secondhsno
tare. . ,
- - CU$T0Mllt
rrt.uaa ,u aw. .
n ibjMsjsss, r"ww - -
Hsnd Furnltur. '
ll leikaaS Bgaalsa aW M I
In th. new irlok Bu'"""
Sixth and Main Urssts.