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MORNING ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY. HKPTEMBKtt 13, 19".
OREGON CITY, ORECON :.
C RODIC, Editor and Pwbllhr.
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Jfe week, bv MiTttr,..,
CONTRACT ADVERTISING RATES
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rirat Paca. pr mrh edaod laeerUoae. .la
PtaferreJ poalixm aay pae. par wtca.
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aade laeertloaa ISO
Sua paper oth. r Lhaa ftrat paca. par taoa
flrw taoertloa ....... ...1W
Sua pap, othar Jtaa flrat paa, par taoa
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neere c Baa
Waata. fW Sate. To Real, eta, aaa
vat a wor4 flrat baeartiea. ewe-aatf aaat
sack edalttoaaL .-
Rate tor adrerttataa ta A Weakly
STatarprtae wlU be tba muaa aa a tae
ally, lor advert laeiaoBta at especially
tar the weakly. Wrtora tha 1
b traaarerrad (ram tha dally ta taa -y.
arttlMMit ceaaaa. tha rat will ba Se
aa lack for ma at tba pap at. aa lb aa
bach (or asocial poaittoa.
Cash aaould aeeomaaay ardor wear
party la unknowa la baahtaaa affta mt
Lao' adrartlatac at local aaverUelna
. raua. . , .
nreus adrarttalaa and epeetal tiaaalaiil
. avert lota at Ze lo aoa aa tncfi. aoear
as ta apartal condltloaa so.orntaa: tba
Fire Bale" and Bankrupt ha" advar
laata e lacs first rmoorttoa;
Now Itrma and wU wrIUea artiotaa
af rnant with lataraet to local loader,
will ba gladly accepted. Rejected ajaaa-
oenpta aeeer returaad uaJaaa
tee by lUB
Da to prepay
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
ax tra precaution la lock lac tha back
' -e . . .
In ta opinion of Dr. Wiley, Bollck
tor McCab h a chemical rough
1 A, whirlwind flnlth In a political
campaign generally mean a a waata of
natural gaa. :
"Why ta tha tun on a peach?" In
quire the Toledo Blade,
doea tha use?
Nebraska haa a nan 111 years old
and ha probably expects to vole (or
Mr. Bryan a few mora time.
"Abolish poverty, waa the cry of
tha London atrlk leader. Go ahead.
But w wont promise to wait to ee
tha Job finished...
$20,000 RAKED FOR NEW RAILROAD
(Continued from pace 1.)
THE MORNING ENTERPRISE
J 1 on aale a thefollowl04jtorea 1
v every day:
... - Huntley Broa Druga
" Main Street.
. 3. W. McAnulty Clgara
e . " Seventh and Main.
. ' Secreat Confectionery
4 Main near Sixth.
. M. E. Dunn Confectionary
Next door to P. O.
. City Droc Store
. Scaoenbom Confectionery
. Seventh and X Q. Adama
SepL 13 In American History.
barded Fort McHenry, Maryland.
-- rrancla Scott Key. an American
citizen, waa detained on a British
Teasel durlog the engagement, the
: spectacle of which Inspired him to
writ "The Star Spangled Banner.
1813 Blebard M. Hoe. Inventor of ro
tary prlntlnt; 'press bearing his
name, orn; died 188d.
1906 American naval force, landed at
, ' (From noon today to noon tomorrow.)
Son aeta 6.-09. rlsea 8-5; moon rlsea
' 8:47 p. m. 721 p. m, aJJ Jupiter's
tour principal satellite on east of
" tha planeU No. 2 being below No. 1.
eastern time.' 721 a. nu, moon In con
junction with Mars, passing from west
to east of the planet. 4 1-2. degree
north thereof. : ' ' .
Beautiful Gardens Set Apart
For Exclusive Use of the Pope
-i iiiV1 .;.,v-jyr'
S-fc Ws. t. ..-4 - ' afalti
made It plain that It waa necessary
to raise In addition to what had al
ready been raised. In "order to fully
complete the grade, and build tha
bridges. $30,000, and within fifteen
minutes this amount was raised among
those present Mr. Robbins and Judge
Dimick subscribed for the largest
number of shares, the former 'Invest
ing 9,000 and the latter $4,000. Both
had subscribed liberally beore. -
Tha stockholders Immediately pro
ceeded to authorise the Issuance .of
bonds for the purpose of laying steel
and purchasing the equipment, at a
sum not to exceed $10,000 a mile. The
stockholders' meeting then adjourned
and the trust deed and mortgage ware
executed by the President and Sec
retary of the company, the same be- ,
lag ratified by the aboard of director,
aaireconvened and duly ratified -the 1
executlon of the trust deed and mort
gage. ....... :
There Is no road In Oregon bonded
for such a amall sum, and tha smalt
bond Issue on the Clackamas South
ern Railway Insures tha early sale of
the bonds, for the reason that.no
better security could ba obtained any
where than six per cent, semi-annual
Interest bonds, limited to $10,000 a
mile on a railway going Into anch a
rich and productive country and hav
ing such wonderful timber, and the
line leading to the Willamette River
below the falls, where the heavy pro
ducts, such aa logs, piling and other
timber, can be placed In the water
and boomed and Immediately handled
in the Portland markets. . The pas-
senger traffic alone on the Clackamas
Southern Railway will be heavy from
the very beginning, which will Insure
large returns to . those who have
placed their money. In this great enterprise.
I .34, .
By THOMAS R. DEAN
Copyrtht by Amarkan Proas Aaao.
elation, I Jit.
photo copyright by American Press Aaaoclatlon. ttlt
DJOlMNt) the Vatican jrrouuda In Itouie atandu tbr fwwtisl realtlenca
of the pope, with 1U quaint private garden.. rained lor us umpiay ui
caruet beddtuir. foundations. Innumerable atstuea and gruceful llower
'vase with their rare olants This small plot of ground la exclualvely
set apart for the- use of his holiness the pope. - With the Vatican and 8L
Peter's, the, pop may be said to reign over a territory of thirty acres, for,
strictly speaking, this Is not Italian soil and la. entirely under the jurisdiction
of the Vatican authorltiea. It Is In these beautful gardena that the pope takes
daily walks when the state of his health permlta Tha prescriptions of th
pope' physician are put up by a corpa of private ehenilat.
MILLERS' WAR LEADS
TO DECLINE IN FLOUR
CLACKAMAS GETS SECOND FAIR FRIZE t
(Continued from page 1.)
-THE NEW GOOD WOMAN.
. A writer in tha Century for Sep
tember finds that we like tha new
good woman better than wa like, or
ever did like, the old bad one. This
conclusion la reached In an interesting
and very plausible way. The decline
of the old bad woman on the stage
la aa plain as the Century writer aays
it is. . Sardou's bad women, once so
fascinating, fascinate no longer, aays
the St Lonis Globe Democrat And
yet. these roles can be as effectively
interpreted now aa ever they were.
We used to alt out these pieces, not
in weariness, but in delight with the
audacities of the bad women they
showed us. But the Century contrib
utor is entirely right in saying that
we never would have "stood for a
triumph of these evil females over
the good women of the play, although
the good ones were always forced to
play in a somber background, which
never appealed to os.
What we Insisted upon as the nor
mal thing waa the wreck of the bad
woman In tha end. This was and is
so normal that Sardou and other great
dramatists who drew these perverted
female characters .recognized it. and
live us what we wanted. For there
Is nothing truer in life and in nature
than, that a really bad woman must
alwaya come to grief. . ,
It is a long road from a nomination
to an election.
. Two new stars are added to Old
Glory and she seems to wave even
more proudly than - before.
Champ Clark isn't looking for the
nomination, but Champ, Is taking no
years. This year the fact that some
of the crops are backward has caused
an extra effort to be made to bring
the exhibit up to the standard.
Not only are the products of the
soil on display in ' the Clackamas
county exhibit, but a large portion of
the exhibit space is given over to the
work of the Oregon City school child
ren and the class of the work was
such aa to make this a strong con
tending feature of the exhibit
E. P. Carter and George Hoeya have
this exhibit In charge. One of the
most Interesting feature's of the ex
hibit, aa far aa horticulture is con
cerned, at least, Is the display of mag
nificent peaches. This is of excep
tional interest from the. fact that
peach culture in .Clackamas County
is still In its Infancy. If the appear
ance of the present peaches shown is
any criterion of future growth. It Is
the unanimous consent of all of those
who have visited this display that
there is a wonderful future In that
branch of horticulture for the county.
An old man waa passing oar bouse
one afternoon, taking exceedingly
short steps. My little cousin watched
him for several mlnotes and then said.
"Mamma, doesn't he walk stingy V
Man' Dreta. .
Since 1825 the clothing of men has
grown simpler and simpler, and it the
coarse of evolution has taken away
from the plcturesqueness of the
crowd it has added to the dignity of
the man Men's Wear.
Subscribe for tb Drily Entaroiise
E. W. Mellien
Now open for business with a full
line of new and second-hand furnl
ture. . .
PRICES TO SUIT THE CUSTOMER.
Highest price Paid for Second
In th new Brick Building,
Sixth and Main Streets.
American Spirit Needs to ;v
. y' i 'Educ-ated:,;-..-:...!;- ..
Br Rabbi S. SCHULMAN of Nw York '
"WEItlCANS of today are so taken op in their eagerness to
acquire money that they forget altruism. "
. THE AMERICAN PEOPLE NEED EDUCATION OP THE
r." SPIRIT, y- . ' ' . ' ; , . . "
Tha interest fn the conflict of parties. centers exclusively in the
division of the PRODUCTS -OF INDUSTKY. " Life i neither
wages nor profits. The greatest things ever accompliuhed were done
"for KOTIIINO iThe teacher the scholar, the artist and the poet
have given' humanity the best ir 'hem because of consecration to their
cause. : ''""
Wheat is lower and a decline
has been made in flour values. Pries
of new crop patent has opened at a
decline of 40c a barrel.- The price
of new grinding has been placed at
The decline Is somewhat heaver than
some oad expected a few days ago
since the price of wheat advanced, but
waa the limit expected a few weeks
ago when the cereal market, was
The drop of 40c in patent flour was
Induced by the action of Washington
miller In "bucking'" T. B. Wilcox of
the Portland Flouring Mills, who has
a plant on the sound as well as here
According to Mr. Wilcox, be suggested
to the Washington millers some time
ago that a drop of about 40c a barrel
In flour was about proper, but at the
last meeting of the association, no
action was taken.
Mr. Wilcox Monday notified his rep
resentative at Seattle to cut patent
flour 20c a barrel no matter what oth
ers were quoting. This so angered
the Washington millers who wanted
to cineh the consumers that they held
another meeting and decided to cut
the price 40c.
. HIDES (Buying Green tides. 6c
to 6c; salters, SHc.to SVtc; dry hides,
12c to 14c. Sheep pelts, 25o to 7Sc
DRIED FRUITS Local prices are
firm at from 8c to 10c on apples and
prunes, peaches are le.
SALT Selling 60c to 90c tor One.
60 lb. srek. half , ground 40c; 76 for
luO In. sacks. '
Portland Vegetable Markets. 4
SACK VEGETABLES Carrots,
$1.25$1.60 per sack; parsnips, $1.25
ffll.60; turnips, $1.253'$1.60; beets,
- ONIONS Jobbing prices; Oregon
$2.7$ per 100: Australian, $3.60 per
100; Texas, $2.25 per crate: Califor
nia., 2 per crate
Oregon City Stock Quotations.
HOaSr-Hogs are quoted He lower.
Frnm 125 lbs. to 150 lbs. tr, from
150 lb, to 200 lbs. 8He.
PA CON. LAKD and HAM. are firm.
VEAL CALVES Val calves ortug
from 8? to uhs according tt grade.
BEEF STEERS tee! -'ateer for
he local mark-its are fetching Sftctn
fttyc llv aetgnt
SHEEP mi orm at ac 10 SC live
Quotation -or Oregon City.
POTATOES Best, Buying Itt cents
pound. . f ' ' ..- '
FIX)UR AND FEED Flour is
steady, selling from $5 to It 30; very
little of cheaper grades. ,
OATS (Buyng) Gray. $23 to $24,
white, from $25 to $20.
BUTTSR (Baying) Ordinary
ccuntry brings from 15c to 20c,
fancy dairy from 20c to 22e. cream
ery 22c to 26c .
EGGS Best grade 25 cents.
POULTRY (Buying Firm with lit
tie good sfnclr-offered. Good hens are
bringing 12c. Old roosters-are In poor
demand, broilers bring from 16c to 18c,
with good demand. - ,
WOOL (Bnyttig)-ool prices are
ranging from 14 to 17 cepts.
FEED Shorts $29 to $30: rolled
barley. $31.50 to $32.50; process bar
ley, $33.00; whole corn, . $39.00;
cracked corn. $40.00; wheat $32.00
to $33; oil meal, $53; Shady brook
dairy feed, $1.25 per hundred pounds.
HAT (Buying.) Timothy $16 to
$17; clover $9 to $10; oat hay, best,
$12; mixed. $10 to $12; alfalfa, $12 to
REAL ESTATE TRAN8FERS.
H. A. Williams and Minnie Wll
Uams to Robert G. March bank and
Mabel Marchbank lot 18, block 7. In
Original plat or Estacada; $800.
D. C. Robinson and Bra L. Robin
son to Orton A. Graham, southaest
quarter of soutbewest quarter section
26, east half of section 27 snd north
east , quarter section 34, township 3
south range 3 east; $10.
Charles D. Mlnton and Clara II.
Minton to Bruno P. Johns 83.50 acre
township 4 south, range 1 east; $12.
George. A. Harding, Jennie B. Hard
ing, AnttrmeUe rwalden Stout and
Lansing Stout to M. E. Watson tracts
19, 20. and 21 In Harding-Walden
William E. Welch and Jennie Welch
to Lueila E. Crane lot 4, block 12,
Deer Park; $50.
Ernest LeMay and Bertha LeMay
to Charles W. Ranney and Bertha Ran
ney, land In tract 11, Willamette and
Tualatin Tracts; $325.
COBB TEACHES JACKSON.
X Naps' Outfielder Using Tiger Star's X
Famous Pall Away Slide.
They say Ty Cobb Is Jealous
of Jo Jackson, but listen to
this: Ty toagbt Joe his' fnll
ning that Is
said to bav
1 m proved
Joe has com
b 1 n e d his
ing the ont
t laid Joe
bow ' Cobb
made bis famous slide, so he
got op and asked Ty bow be
did It Ty not only told Joe, but
made a couple of fall away slides
with Joe at tha base to see how
it was done.
Joe caught on in a second. He
hadn't been starting his slide
soon enough and didn't get as
far to one side of the bsg aa be
'Joe is juat about Ty's equal at
making the fall away slide, and
no other player in th American
league, If In either of the big
league, Cobb excepted,, is a bet
ter slider than the Nap staiv.
The ilvll war gsv tlwa who par
tklpatod lu it all tb nhtlng tn7
wanted for many a vr to couie-lu-deed,
for th rvt of tltolr nutural
llr-but. It left It i tTrM i In a dilu
ent way ou uinuy Uys who were to
young to light fr the I'nlou. ivter
Briton wss seventeen year old when
the Confederacy rollit. sud he ever
after regretted thai tne ugui unuu .
twou kei.t ui" long enough for him to
get a nall of powder.'
When Peter wa tweniyoua "
spirit developed with a dealr to Ink
part In a dtol. II maintained that
affnlr among gentlemen would bettor
be settled by th cod than by bloody
nose, though why blood coming from
a place where there Is little or no dan
ger rather thau one where death may
be inatantauenu did not apiwur w
r.e'B wic. 7 lie mlatook himself.
The reaaon ho believed In dueling waa
because he rather funded getting into
When this fnd with hltn wa at ni
hetifht he weut abroad. Dueling hn
always been more or leas lu vogue In
all th countries lu Europe aim i
on the continent todny. IVter went to.
London, but no on luauited nun mere.
and he continued on to rsna r.Trn
In tha French capital he saw no
chance to participate lu his hobby, so
i went on down Into Italy.
'Tha middle rlmts Italian are a peace
ful people, and Peter found himself aa
far ss ever from a duel, rearing mai
ha would be obllurd to return borne
without a scrsp, be resolved to pick a
quarrel with some one. in a reoiau
mntlnjlpmeje saw a man at a P''a!L
boiing table eating macaroni in a man
ner dlanleasina to a well bred Ameri
ca. Teler signified his dNpleaaure by
calling to the man not to uia a pig
of himself. Tb man. Inatend of giv
ing a verbal reply, toaaed the contents
Of a tumbler of wlue in reter s tace
and went ou eating bis macaroni. Pe
ter wiped away the wine with hU
napkin and laid his card on the maca
roni ester's table, jrerelvlng one In re
turn. Picking np the man' card. IVter tok
it to an Atnerlcau friend of hi-('miter,
and. told hlmlbe clrctitimtancen.
Gunter looked at the card und ei
"Good grncloua. man. jou've cbui
This Is th title of a beantiful M-page book, whteh
will tbow aay bey or girl now to SUCCEED. Drop a
poital la the mall TODAY and It will be eent FftEg.
The aim of the College la to dignify aad popularli
tbe Intfuetriea, sad te serve ALL the people. It offers
eouree la Agriculture, Civil Enf lnMrlnf, Eleetrlcal
gag taeerlng, Meobaaleal goglneerlng, Mining EdkIb
eerlng, Foreitry, Domeitlo Science snd Art, Com.
moree. Pharmacy and Muila. Th College epeni
September SI. Catalog fro.
' Ad!re! AEOtSTKAn, OEEOOn ACIUCrjlTUBAl
COLLEOE, Cervallla, Oregon. . ' - .,
"And who Is Caatellir
"The prluclpsl of the f. ncln sclim I."
Peter's face fell.
""He's not only that." Gunter went
on; "he's a noted duelist."
Teter turned very pale.
' "He's not only a noted duellMt. but
be kills his man every time. There U
a great deal of prejudice ngalut him
in Rome, but he find all the pupil
he enres to bar among Hie young
Roman swells who may pll4y some
time nerd to UHe bis limtrurtlou. They
And him a sulenilld teti'-hcr."
"But can't we use pUtolaT" ssked Pe
ter. "I re done a lot or good work
with tbe nlxtol."
"You. boring challenged the follow,
will hnve to flnt with any wenxu he
"Thnt s so. I didn't think of that."
"Of course he'll choose foils or ra
piers, though' he Is a deud shot with
tbe pistol." ' .
"I don't like this tlx." suld reter, giv
ing a shiver. "What run 1 do to get
out of It r
"I don't see what you cuu do, but I'll
think It over nml try to hit on some
plan. Klnre you are the Insulted pnrty
you don't have to flclit unless you wish
to, tnf you don't cure to put yourself
In the iMisltlon of a coward, 1 suppose.
"No." mild Peter, "I don't wish to
"Well, stay here till you hesr from
Peter passed a terrible half day; then
the dfor of his room was thrown open
and two men entered end bnde blm go
with them. They placed blm In s car
riage snd todk him to s large building
that he thought was a hospital. It wss
a lunatic asylum. He was put Into a
room by himself with an Iron grating
on tbe windows and locked In, -
Peter never experienced such Joy
f relief in his life ns he now felt
locked up In a madhouse, where th
fencing master could not get nt him.
no recognized u his iiiiprlsouiiient a
scheme of Ills friend Gunter, who hud
doubtless taken out papers to have him
confined a a lunatic. .
The next day Gunter enme to see him
ii nd iKluiltt.-d tli.- pin,, ,, own
Gunter told Peter that he find seen
Cnstelll ami advised Mm Hint Peter
was not responsible for bis ucts. Ces
tolll was very much dliapK(lnted at
not being nl.le to nrld one m,,re to the
list of those be lind killed.
Teter uxked Gunter liow lung It
would 1c necessary for li!m u reuirln
a manlnc and conld get no definite
response. put one day Gunter brought
him a letter of apology from Castelll.
reter. grently surprised, asked how he
had secured It.
"I circuited , report" replied Gnn
ter. among Castelll's pnpii t,nt he
hi, ,n It ,""nt", n"" "0l
them left him. Meanwhile 1 had agreed
to take lessons of him. and bo n.lted
me what he should do. advised blm
to write you an spology. which he did
reter smiled a sickly smile. He went
home. bt kppt rory
affair of honor. Fortunafelr fr blm
was able to keep it secret not tJZ
that time he bsfhi, t'cM JnTng
to stories of th civil war.
A teacher asked her ' in .n.n.
to state ,. difference win ill
A bright girl replied. "Re.u ,, re
lawyer-Then, too, there will be th-
Money rprnts human power h
I of vital Importance to you whether
, Its force Is xrtd for or against von
Mony. saved is your'frtaud, rady to
help you who you ned blp moit
The Bank of Oregon City
OLDEST BANK IN TUB COUNTY ,
X C. LATOUrVTBTTl Praaldaal
THE FIRST NATIONAL DAI,
of OREGON CITY , OREGON
TraaaU ! sl"
. BIGGEST EVER
Great FIgtit In Both Leagues
This Season Awakens Interest.
MACK AND M'GRAW MAY CLASH
In W- New Vrk Olant Leader
Scored Katlly Over th Amerfean
Leegue Chempiena, but It Will
y TOMMY CIA It R..
One tweeball predl lion ran be safely
ventured st this time, and that I tb
world series of mi will surpass In
Interest sny ever played previous!.
Tb terrific fights n Uilb big laagu
baselall organlxatlons for th rbaro
plouahlp bav kryetl th "funs" up to
a sixty horsepower pitch of- excite
ment sad the aeries of .game for the
world's till 1 bound lo map th ben
With the New York ti Inula having a
splendid rhnnce to'wlu the National
league pennant snd I he Athletics bsv
Ing the American league bunting si most
on. Hie world's serTe of 1111 may be
a reetttio,i of ths contest of llMkV
when th New Yorkers sud Athletic
Of Philadelphia bad It out. On that
occasion tbe Giants won four of the
Ave game fnmi the Mack men.
There are meuy who belief the Ath
letics would defmit the Olniits If they
again mHt this fall. It seems that
John McGraw I In command of a
team Inferior to the one be owned sis
years ago. On the other hand, tbe
Athletic are generally believed to I
stronger than the team that represent
ed the American league In the world'
series of 18.
But few of the men who engaged la
the lli serlea would be seen In action
this year. None of the Giants, save
the pitchers snd Arthur Iievlln, who U
no longer a regular of Mcl raw's team,
sr now member of the New York
team. Of the old Athletics, Briscoe.
Lord. Ianny Mnrpby, Toy Hartsel,
Hurry Davis and aoine of th pitcher
remuln. Invl snd Ilsrtsel are n
.Another Gliints-Athletic serlea would
bring together those famous veterans.
Christopher Matbcwaon and Chief
Charles Bender. Tbey had It out In
the former aerie. Matty winning. 24),
although Bender hnd the better of tbe
hit argument. AS. Incidentally Ben
der won the only game of the aeries
from tb Giants, defeating Jo Me
Ginntty snd Ion Ames, 3-0.
Today McGraw has no man Ilk
Roger Breannhan to do bis catching.
Ula outfield will probably hit as bard
snd la. a fast ss the old Browne
Mertea rxmlln combination, but.tb In
fldld Is not as air tight. Matty is still
pitching winning ball, but Is hardly
tb same wlmrd flint he wss six yesrs
ago. However, Instead of McGlnnlty
the Glanfs now have Marauard aa tb
next best bet to Big Hli.
Bender Is prol.ably as good today a
he was when, he last faced the Giants.
Eddie I'lank, although a veteran now,
still seems to hnve his old running. A
two bit gaum against th Browns re
cently shows that he I far from
through as a big leaguer. Then Mack
has John Coombs, Harry Morgan and
a flock of Juveniles to fall back on.
For the lust two seasons th Athletics
have figured a real pennant contend
er They won Inst season and will
probably repeat this year.
While Chief Bender was Mack' main
reliance last season, tbe Indian re
ceived Talna bte aid from John Coombs,
Ihe Main Iron man, bnt th New Kng
landor has not hnd such a successful
campnlgii this sen son. However, It Is
prol.nble Unit ho I being nursed along
by Ihe wise. Cornelius and will do hi
renl work when th world's aer1.
bnft'.lr.g Is on.
Put when Coombs fell down Eddie
I'h'i.k mire to life ngoln. II did his
shnr i.f the work last enon, bnt the
teal work was left to Bender snd
Coombs. This season, though, Plsnk
Is proving a great aid to the rhUadel-plilans.
Patronise our soron)"
Natteaa aaaar laoat .
Will InaaMo e, aae ommTI:
laoonloai. hail a mi
tUmm. iiae lafh car. M TT"
auh ear. naMiT
aaa aa eea si i aa Z
ItaaaulaJ rMnaibilliy Ittjjj
arrara eecur lrm swr. Znl!
artoitoe lor satraa Mislay all
WANTED Colleeiora t m
lection of all sons of etna
tlqn, and Indian trlaketi-
for stamp collect on; ,
numlatipatiata, arrow kHdi hti
ologlsts, etc. I bay u,
sort, of curio; alio ill ft
second band furalior
Georg Young, Vats, Mai
WANTlU-vaiaii savervataaa, '
tbla eoPimn. fMeM rf m
able. Sea rata at ka
Read tb Morning Catsrwkt j
WArXTRD--You to koo nti ta'
terprls job prinUug stpsnsa
tba most com plot Is u I.
outsld Portlan.wTrr H kt i
nxt printing i
WANTKIWlIrl or womaa fcr
ral housework, eiporteiKe a
sary. Corner rtfth u4 jotn u
street. Oregon City. T. I
We have the best at low
est price. Lay in
Korrct Poultry Pood.
uth AND MAIN ITS,
Oregon City. -
Lost Red Jersey Heller, .
hind legs, yearling, small inui
on neck, strayed about Tkvv
August St. Finder please avtfj
U Mheer, Oregon City. Routl
irp STAIRS of pretty brow W
for rent, furnished bui.tir
light housekeeping, on tsliitti
from Kasiham school, rovg
or teachers ess b eiceiy m
modated at IS each per sr
Electric light snd toilet ran
everything handy snd coarer
sleeping porch overtooilil at
house grounds. Mkarrupa
before school commeswt I
Henry Bhannon, Mtt pirlaVa
FOn B A IX 10 thorough!
pigs. Mary Egglmss. OrtpsO
Or.. R. F. D. No. S.
FOR BALK Spsc Is ul
811 that old plow or ktrro. I
don't us It sloe yoa r
your nw on.
mumi mt RJkLZ.
jW W ar offering our UawM
bargain. H i a
61-S beam and a IHI F ;
Inder, 4-cycl ngin. V
frail pleasure Isunch, But i
built for service. .
FOR BALB-Oood Jerwjr
W. Swallow, Oregon C"'' j
No.1. -' '
FINS Jrsey cow for
Inquire of A. A. Moors. M
ger Sewing mschln. e
street. Oregon CltyjOt,
Lawyers. Qrtgop JJj
f ill I II II 1.1 i " 1 "S'11
0. TV TBBT, Attornyat-M
loaned, ehwtracts ""Jj
Htlae xe.lnd. t'.ttZa
tv- I ta) w ?-
or too cur.
Ma-ie all sourta, '""Ti
nd etUmenta. OfflejJ
or la Bldf.. Orgoe Cltf.
KAttHT JOKKS-Bonder u
jrleen-on all f
work, concrt wsiks sosj,,
eoncrrt R. hn"Zi
H. II. COOPBR. Tor m
"and,Ral Etate- W w i
your properties'4 "a,tirv
. evebange. Offlo.
Bldg., OrgonJ'7' ggf.
Notlc of APPl,M,lon
. . LlcnS' . , j
r.t th n.xt ftiKiT ..-
. mi- ..a.H snnIT Vn w . ...
City Council. PP,T.f?i 0f ,
..J ii i. .. mv olso o j j
733 Main street, .for