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MOUNING ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1911.
Foot Ball, Watch, or an
with every boy suit. School starting in a few days,
you will find here a Urge assortment of Fine Boy's
Fall Suits and Overcoats In all the new shades in
brown and dark grays. Also a complete line of Boy's
Hats, Shoes and Famishing. -
Suspension Bridge Corner.
1 I10 REWARD r
Kit the arrest an-t conviction
of snv person or persons, who
unlawfully remove ooplaa of The
MoiiiImr Enterprise from the
preiuiiM of subscribers after
paper haa been placed tbara fcjr
Ns lmpoMaie Telerated
'Do you guarantee lo niaka ma Isugb
If I attend your lectureT
"And do I get my money bark If 1
"If yon don't laugh f
"You kI thrown out"
Ii. n Howard, of Mullno, wii In Ore
gon City Tuesday.
R. Knodgraas, of Mullno, waa In
Oregon City Tuesday. .
Jolm (iard and two daughters war
Id Oreg.u City Tuesdsy.
Elmer lily and ", Leo. of Cams,
wrr In Oregon City Tuesdsy.
Mllllum Vlrk f Liberal, visited
Oregon City Tueaday on a bualneaa
M ailer Ilrenner and Lyman Derrick,
of Cliitrmont, were In Oregon City
Among the bualneaa visitors to Ore
gon City Tueaday waa D. Fredericks,
Mm I Aapllm and daughter, Grace,
of Augusts, Wla., are visiting Mra.
Oliver llnl.Mna and Dr. J. W. Tbom-
aa. of Molulla, were in Oregon City
TueRdiiy on bualneaa.
Pruii nllhrlrh and slater, of New
Era. vlKlted their brother. Ameal, at
Mllriwood hospital Tueaaay.
Ur. ii m iiiivkII. of M outer. Ore..
panned through Oregon City on her
way to Eldorado, where ana wiu visu
the family of Dave Duvall.
Get thoae achool books today at
Huntley a. Better service and no tire
some wait. We know the booka for
every grade at Huntley'a.
Ilnrold I'arker, of Parker, Neb., la
vtsltlng hla alater, MS- Don K. Mel
drum, of Oregon City. Mra. Meldrum
had not aeen her brother before In
MIbk Edith Kayler of the Salem
poitofTlre. vlalted the local office Tues
day to examine the working of the
Pontal Savlnga System preparatory td
taking charge of the work. In the Sa
lem office whefe It la to be Inatltuted
William Frit, of Decatur, 111., U
Milting hla niece, Mra. A. Mauta. of
Oregon Cuy. Thla la the ftrat time
Mr. Fritz haa aeen hla niece Jn thirty
MIhi May and Elisabeth Kelly re
turned from Seavlew Saturday night,
fter cloning Mlm Kelly'i cottage at
that plRcn for the season.
MUs Kmlly O'Malley entertained
Tha rlvnaloa at h hnm. ft hviT hrOth-
f, Henry O'Malley, Saturday night.
The evttnlnn waa apent playing card
and light refreahmenta were aerved.
Ervlu Murphy left Tueaday for St.
Marrlea, Idaho, to vlalt hl father and
The rortlnnd Law School, of Port
lond, Oregon, opena Ita fall term Sep-
tamher 18. It haa a rery nice cata
logue for thla year, ahowlng eleven
members In the faculty. The preai
ant of the Law School etatea that
thar will be two to three more lec
Jurera added during the year. , Thle
iplendld law achool for the atudy
lw aa a preparation for the bar.
' r record taker reporta 8 8 4 Inch
of ralnrall for the flrat one-third
P hla month of September' In the
""it of Molalla Valley, the greateat
The deferred threahlng In the foot
... lroimoiy vi
'nls wtck, wet or dry.
in Will rwr hlthla 1. a Hla nna1 all I
c W. Herman and B. E. Judd re-
win LllffJ IHIMIUV nfl Lt9t
"odious rain with their autoe In good
npe. AH had a splendid time In
"is salt-water spray.
Preparations are being made to be
" railroad work here thla week.
Bvfl of Molalla cltlsene went to
See Our Windows.
Oregon City Tueaday In the tntereat
of the Clackamaa Southern.
Mra. Hrown, of Seattle, Wanh , for
merly of Courtney atatlon, la vlalt
Ing Mra. Draba at Courtney.
Mra. .Alfred fleorge, of Hammond,
Ore.', apf.ut Friday with Mra. Mcleaa
and fuiulty. Mra. George owua prop
erty at Courtney aUtlon.
John Well while playing with aome
boy a on Dr. McArthur'a place, fell
thirty feet out of a tree, brulalng hlrn
aelf and laying blm up for a week In
bed. A doctor waa called and found
no lKinee broken. ;
K. C. Warren and I E. Armatrong
went to italem and the State rair on
Kvert Sberk and bride eperit Sun
day with hl parenta. The couple are
on their way home to Eugone.
Anna Short, of Portland, apent the
week end jrtth Lexy Graham.
)nnt nnn4 In Portland Mnndar
and aeveral pupil went from here and
from the mirrounding counu-y.
Mr Kitwarda. at Iikewood. ,-waa
here Monday morning on bualneaa.
The prealdoot ox the ua urove
Puah Club haa called a meeting for
Mr and Mra. liarnr Ellliet returned
home from the hopflelde Saturday ev
ening on account or tne rain.
Mr. n m snidell and two bablea
apent Monday with her daughter, Mra.
Clarence Huahong at Mliwaume
Quite a number from here went hop
W experienced ouHe a thunder
Sidney Smith apent Saturday and
Sunday at the W. H. Wallace home.
Mr. McMurren and family expect
to move to the ranch he baa rented
the first of November.
Mr. Stark la still working on his
Mr. and Mra. Irish spent Sunday
week at the Stark home.'
Louie Bagar has gone away on a
XV. H. Wallace has hla new wood
shed nearly shingled.
Mr. Dodge passed through thla burg
The rain we re having haa greatly
delayed hop picking.
A number of farmers have begun
Hopplcklng Is all the go about here
thla week. Several of the yards have
Mra. Dephfer an old lady 73 years
of sue. was taken 111 at Henke a hop-
yard where he had gone to work.
She went home but died before medi
cal assistance could reach her, A
paralytic stroke Is supposed to n
been the cause.
Several of the young folks attend
ed the dance t Aurora Saturday
n' Some of our people will spend a few
days at the State Fair this week.
Quite a pleasant wedding occurred
at the bride's home last Wednesday
when D. Harms, and Anna Ftnske
wore nn'ted as a happy couple. The
boys of the vicinity gave them a live
Sam Elmer Is In Timber Ortove
threshing for Mr. Wettlaufer.
Ben Sullivan went to town Monday.
Mr. 8wlft and company held a meet
Ing Saturday night In the Highland
Orange Hall. The subject was rail-
r0Ml'ss EUsa Elmer left for Portland
last week to attend school. '
Tom Grace's sister from Portland,
Is visiting Mrs. Grace
Mr. Botteminer is piow... ra
ting ready to sow !,-llAW.r
W'e had a neavy iou
Sunday afternoon. .
... , o... want in Portland
Miaa amuw m - .
... i. .h.r. ahe will attend
".rr .n f.mllv went hop-
. t .
JWT. 1.HIUTTI ".a - .
picking 1pt week.
1 nrni isin.
The threshers are having a bad
time of threshing as the grsln la in
bsd condition. .
The Evergreen school will open the
18th with Miss nales as tencher
Mrs. Shaw, the county school sup
ervisor, has been visiting the schools
A number of people have gone to
Mr" PH.d8erm. Is getting material
ready for his new house. He bad the
misfortune to have h
some time ago. It would be a wise
plan If the neighbors would get their
hammer and, saws ready and give
Mplo,w!,nagn and potato digging are the
order of the day. ' ,
Mr. Paine has Just completed
large barn for the family that bought
P"MtrfMhu.,rPUCebu..d.ng' an addition
and remodeling hi" house.
Read the Morning mnterprtre.
Are vou aubsrlter to the Morn
n nnt ou should can
ing innieriii i - ... v
and let us p row " on th ,u,
scrlptlott Hit Immediately-
One nt the liMt friend nf Trill"-
Isthllde unit Count IteiivKlfttt. tlir
r'sstua smoiiaasdr whom ttit king of
Prusals wm said (o bar lusullsd Ml
Emit Ilr words on liuur'ng of bio
death, after he bad been her Intimate
counselor for more than forty year,
are worth recalling. "Alas,- aba said.
"dow there la no on left wbo will dart
to contradict uia."
The majority pf Hpsnlsn physicians
emphatically dlaapprove of alcohol In
. She Devoted Herself to
By F, A. MITCH FX
Copyright by Amarlran Fraaa Amo
"Dear," aold Mra. Tucker when rum
maging la ber buabond'a detik, "wbat'a
Why, thla card-Mla Cherry Woe
aorn, doineilo buulerT"
The biiMliund awlltnl. Then he went
to his wife and encircled her walt
with an arm. The wife looked up at
blm, and he k taxed her.
"Thereby hank's a tule," be aaid, re
ferring to the card. .
"You remember the summer when you
went to It., leaving tuu to keep liouae
by myself through July aud August.
We qnnrrelt'il at the houne before Icmv
lug It, and at the station aa the train
moved off our last words were snarls.
"Wasn't It awfuir
"I knew perfwtly well thut you were
merely going away to be- where you
could le at eace, and I, tired with our
qtuirrelH, was sntlMtled to luive you go,
though a di-Holnte sunimer was liefore
me. If I could have kept the children
I would not have bevu so lonely.
"That evening when l came home to
a loni'lv dinner I found soma msll on
the table In the hull, mostly advertlso-
srb hahtjkd ata a rann-BO blank.
men Is. Otx-nlug oue of the envelopes.
I found thst csrd. With It was a cir
cular airing- some Information about
Miss Blossom's field of labor. I can t
remember the language In which It
waa oitireiuied. but the gist of It was
thst she devoted herself to healing
family breaches between parents and
children husbands and wives, broth-
era, nutters, relatives and frleuds.
-t wondered If she could help us.
I waa so mlnerable tbat. though I ex
pected she was a cbarlatan'and would
take my money without doing me any
good. I pondered over the matter till
bedtime, then came to a resolution:
'I will try this last expedient, and, lr it
r.Ma when Florence returna sue win
not find me here. I will have gone
elsewhere and have Instituted divorce
croceedlncs.' Then I wrote Miss Bios
aom ssklnff her to call upon me the
next evening, since her circular stated
that ahe had no consulting rooms.
Then I went ottf, posted my note and
sank to sleep, feeling tbat I had a mor
sel of hope.
"The next evening after I had finish
ed my dinner and had had a smoke the
doorbell rang, and Mlsa Blossom ap-
neared. At first I took ber to te anout
sixteen yeors old. but Boon Judged by
her intellectual visor thst sne was at
lonar ten veara older. I have never
aeen a more genial countenance on any
human being. I waa ready to give her
my confidence at once, and I did so.
f fniii her that you and I did imt get
on, but refrained from telling her, why.
Indeed. Bhe didn't ask me wny. ne
ia.nd to all I said, but did not Reem
much Interested In it and appeared to
h waiting for me to finish. nen i
bnd done so she handed me a printed
hinnk. ssvlna- that she never too a
ease for any one who would not sign
It I read.lt and found that It bound
tha client to be guided solely and whol
ly by Miss Blossom In everything per-
talntng to her treatment so long aa
he or she remained under It. I signed
tha turner snd wild her a retaining lee
Thnn ahe asked me where yon were,
, vm. rnnld he rone. etc. I
uu y . I' 11 is j" r- "
told ber that you bad gone to m., ann
.ha aaid that vour being away from
me 'would give her an opportunity to
study you alone, after which sne wouia
tn atndv ns together. She needed
. ..ontion. would go to B., ninke your
oounlntnnce and determine what eory
01 woninu u
"I drew a check for her expenses
and sent 'her away. My curiosity at
in.t aa excited, and the young wo-
,an was so methodical In what she
41.1 that t reallv fancied she mfltni gei
at the cause of our disagree
enable ns to correct them
aom spent two weeks at
"t never saw any such p
"She didn't even mn
qnalntnnce, She told
necesssry. Indeed, she
red to study L.-r BnbJ
i acq I" t"116' fiualus
JMvent I ant A
lmn I thla t
H lots Seats
their guard before stranger than otse
wbo knew tbeiu. Wbvu she cirn
: "Wbst did she ssy shout mar
"Not a word, ribs uxlther told Ote
that 1 bad drswn a prize nor a blank
In the matrimonial . lottery. She In
formed ine tbst she could do nothing
more till your returu. when she would
make arrsngemeui to olserve us
when we were together."
"Wsa sbe a little wbumed op thing
with ber mouth full of gold teeth V
"Then tbere wss a one eyed creature
at U. that summer wbo"
"I'm sure you could not guess wbo
wss Mils Blossom. Sbe told me that
sbe was never aljout you, always main
taining a dlstuiH'a.
"llut, to go ou with my story, that
lonely summer at last csme to sn end.
and you returned. We kissed coldly,
asked each other perfunctorily what
kind of a summer each bad seut; tbcu
you Inisled yourseir unpncsiug, woue
I Iinuirpd the children and consoled
myself for my failure to elicit a loving
word from. you wltb their Innocent
"You had not been long at borne be
fore Miss Blossom wrote me thut she
did not need to study us together since
she bad studied you separately and
one of her deputies Mid ueen studying
m during ( your sbsence. She wss
therefore ready to commence ber treat
ment or, rsthex, to continue It, for it
had really begun when I bad called
ber hi professionally. The flrat pre-
acrliitlon ahe woiiwl give me was tills:
Whenever you have a dlssgreement
wltb your wife, mstead of pursuing It
ask yourseir ir you could not nsve pre
vented it bv silence, a soft word, a
Joke or some other genial expedient.
In other words, for the fault look witn
ln yourself.' '
'By Jove! I exclaimed on reading
this. 'Jf she can only get Florence to
act on tbat wltb me I won't need the
"Then the sbmirdlty of attributing
all .the fault lo you occurred to roe,
and I laughed."
Why, do you know, dear," the wife
Interrupted, "thut seamstress I had for
two weeks after my summer at B. said
the very same thing to me thst your
domestic beuler said to TouT'
"I wonder," remarked the busband
reflectively. "If she could have been a
"An.l I told her that I wished some
one would make tbat remark to my
'Was that ' nil the treatment your
clever Miss Bloiwom gave us?"
"I don't know. 1 wouder ir it was.
"Did vou ever leuru the Identity of
the deputy who olerved you during
the summer I was at 11.?
No. and I don't believe I was ob
Are you sure Miss Blossom went to
B. and studied mer
No: I'm not."
'What waa the rest of the treat
ment r ......
'Whv. Miss Blossom wrote me once
every week to ask me If we had bad
anv nuarrels Bnd If so whether I
could not have prevented them by act
ing In accordunce with per rescnp-
tlon. This kept tne prescription in ray
mind, and I acted upon It constantly.
After three or four weeks I replied to
her query that we badn t hud any ais
agreements." Now-1 think of It." the wife broke
In again, "that Miss Harding, the
seamstress, wbo bad sewed for me.
was about that time continually com
ing t bco me to ask If 1 couldn't get
her aome work or on aome trivial mat
ter. I do believe they were all pretexts,
for every time she celled she asked
me how I was getting on as to the
matter of which we bad spoken and
always ended by snjltig 'people can't
quarrel if tney win keep lueir eyei
fixed on their own faults.' "
"Flo," said the husband Impressively.
at the same time pulling his mus
tache with vigor, "I've got an Idea."
"What Is Itr
"That you and I made two big Jack-
aminos of ourselves. I paid tbat con-
sarned woman $25 as a retaining fee.
$150 for an outing, which ahe donbt-
Imi took at 'sorrre other place than
B., and a bill of $200 more for 'profes
sional services.' - And what did sue
do Crammed Into our empty pates
what any ordinary fool ahould know."
"Why. It's In the Bible. Isn't Itr
"That about picking the leam out
of your own eye Instead of picking
a mote out of your brothers eye r
"Well. I'll be Jiggered!"
Thev hung their heads for a few
moments: then the wife said:
Bob, you've had an Idea; now I
"Wbst is itr -
"Thst that Miss Blossom is nobody's
fool If she did swindle us."
'Swindle us? I don't think she did
Doctors who cram drugs down peo
ple's throats, not knowing what Is the
matter with them, and charge them
Mir fees for doing so may be liable
to thst charge, but this womsn actu
ally cured us."
"Indeed she did." .
And if she hadn't charged me a
big fee I wouldn't have actel on her
advice. I psld her bo much money thst
wss bound to get the worth or it
And I got the worth of it That was
the cheapest cure I ever, bought. I
wouldn't give back whst I got for ten
times the amount I paid. Miss Blos
som Is a brick.' Let's Invite her to din-
Miss Blossom was Invited to dinner.
She accepted and sat between the pa
tlenta' wreathed In smiles. Then she
mve.' them' another surprise. Though
poof, she gave all her fees, reserving
only enough for her maintenance, to
Street Car Disturber Sentenced.
Thomas Owen, arrested by Chief of
Police Shaw, on a charge of drunk
enness and causing a disturbance on
a street car, was fined $15 and given
a sentence of ten days in Jail by Re
corder Stlpp. ' "
AQCD OSWEGO MAN DIES.
imnra J. Russalt Succumbs After
raimnre J. Russell of Oswego, died
.. at the family residence Mor
i Russell was seventy-six yea
and a prominent cltlsen of
He had been HI for aome tin
the family resilience Monnay. mr.
ussell was seventy-six years w age
prominent cltlsen of Oswego.
New "Millinery for Early Poll Wear
Hats that are comely and right in price. Handsome selection' shown now in our
Millinery Department. .
VCA II . 1sW
terials, ranging in price from
for the School Girl
Worsted Suitings in
plaids, checks and plain
colors, suitable for school
wear; shown on table at
OREGON CITY'S BIG DEPARTMENT STORE
WOODMEN CABIN AT
iSFAIR IS DEDICATED
CilK-Xt Snt IS fSnnrial.) Fog
anrl rlnni1a failed in keon SWSV thous
ands today who attended the second
day of tfie atate fair. Tne Woodmen
of the World gathered about their ar-
I atlo inJ matlv tiAndnuarters cabin
on the fair grounds for dedicatory
K tha duv had been cloudy
and threatening, the assembling of
. . . . . .i
throngs ot Oregon wooamen aner uie
arrival rtf Vlnlfnnmah rimn on a B De
dal train was the signal for the first
appearance or sunsnine. lnrougn a
rift in the clouds the sun shone for
a short time Just as State Treasurer
Kay lntroducea Governor wesu
Governor West linked the name 01
urwlm.n" with tha. work of Dioneera
in hewing the path of civilization
through the wildernesses ana aeciareo;
that the perils of westward lmmlgra
finn aervnri as a hard hut sure war of
selecting the bravest and best for the
building or a greater civilization on
the Pad do coast.
"It Is a fine thing that the women
hsve been given a part in this order,"
declared the governor, "for most of
the good in the world cornea from
woman. I have had hard work at
times keeping myself out of Jail, but
I owe what success i nave naa ia uj
world to the Influence of my wife and
rnninnrntn W. C Hawlev deliv
ered" the dedicatory address, being a
POPULAR OREGON CITY SCHOOL,
i.al , it 1 TSV J
' Call Cifr inn raits?
i nuir i mi 11111 nun t .irni
IVk . si s bTVesvBf e w wwwaw
. were never better
Our large variety shown now makes the selection of
your Suit or Coat an easy matter. Suits fitted and alter
ations free. .. ..
Voile Dress Skirls
Anew lot of handsome
three dozen, worth $7.50 to
they last at each $5.98.
We have selecfed from our stock of Waists a lot
of left overs in different styles, colors and ma
$1.25 to $3.00. We will close
Thirty-eight inch all
wool Panama in red,
brown, blue and gray.
Excellent value. Special
- for this-week,- per-y ard
Woodman himself who has held many
offices in the order, lie spoke of the
work being accomplished by mankind
in bettering animals, plants and ev
ery phase of life, and declared It fit
ting and proper that the headquarters
of the Woodman order should be in
the state fair grounds. '
SERIES TO DETERMINE
WINNER OE PENNANT
PORTLAND, Sept. 12 (Special)
Today's game with Vernon waa called
off on account of rain.
All eyes of Pacific Coast fandom
-r turned on Portland this week, aa
Vernon and -Portland book up In a
seven-game series which will decide
the winner of the Pacific Coast
League pennant race.
With Oakland an almost Impossible
factor It remains for Portland
and Vernon to battle It out at
Vaughn street . park for the lead
ership ot the league. At the
present time Vernon haa a lead of
17 points, which must be overcome
before the Beavers leave for the
south, as they will do well to hold
their own aa Vernon will be battling
on her own grounds.
Following this week's engagement
with Vernon, Portland follows with
Oakland and San Francisco. The
fourth week the Beavers open with
Vernon on their home grounds and
follow with a two weeks' final play at
Los Angeles and San Francisco. In
WHICH OPENED MONDAY WITH
ANCE8 IN IT8 HISTORY.
Sales of '
Voile Dress Skirts,, about
$10. Will be sold while
out this lot at, each 08c
5000 .yards California
Outings in plaids, checks,
stripes and mottled.
Sacramento and Los Angelea at Ver
non, following this week, the Hogana
should have easy sledding. Then fol
lows a week- with Oakland on the
Oaks grounds and the tasi week will
be played at Los Angeles - with the
Angels. Comparing the two sceeV
ules, Vernon haa all the better of
the argument and Portland will have
to play the better ball to capture the
The results Tuesday follow:
Won. Lout. P.O.
....96 69 '.SSI
....87 67 .564
....91 78 .53S
..,.77 81 .45f
....IX 80 .444
....70 98 .41
Won. Lost P.C.
Vancouver 90 58 .60S
Spokane 8 65 .664
Seattle 79 67 .641
Tacoma 78 71 .62
Portland 1...T...75 69 .621
Victoria ...26 112 .233
" Paclflo Coast League No game be
tween Portland and Vernon, rain;
Sacramento S, Loa Angelea 8; Oak
land 2, SanFranclsco 1.
Northwester League Ail games
postponed on account of rain.
American League Philadelphia 10,
New York 1; Chicago 6. St. Louis 0;
Detroit 9, Cleveland ; Boston 6,
National League Chlcaxo 8. Cin
cinnati 2; Brooklyn 11, Philadelphia
6; New York 9-11, Boston 6-2; Pitta-
burg and St Louis not scheduled.
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