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About Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 19, 1911)
MORNING CWTJIUJ, 'xOi-JDAY, LJPTEIIn 19, 1011.
he Cams Dairy
Mra. R. A. Vaughn and aon, of Se
attle, Wash., who ware guests of Mr.
and Mra. A. R. Doolittle left for tbalr
boma Monday evening. Mra. Vaughn
waa vary much Impressed with Ore
gon City, tbla being her first vlett
&, and Mra. Duane Ely want to
Tualatin, Sunday, where they spent
h d" "h Mr. and Mra. Byron.
Edward7 Byron, father of Mra. Ely,
haa been very III and she visited him
before returning to this city.
I..-'" "d .Mrf- K""th Stanton
ilk and Cream in bottles delivered j
at all hours. ;
Dairy Butt or s
... Housekeeping In Glad.
nr. man ion having recently
purchased tba McfJ.ln Mom,
Place Mra. B.anton waa former'y
MIum Arm cii..K. W,M4'"'
On and after Oct. ist will be at the
II ' - J( V '-a .1 , ri ZmBmxfH .... a'?? T:- -rT V Ill
old Grand Union Tea Co. store ,,
on 7th St.
Far mora Attention
Want your milk mnd Dmlry produom
CLCPIIONE MAIN 1202 V
ww v DiactHllUU.
for tha arrest an oonvlctloo
person or piu, uu
Morning Enterprise from the
prsmlws "t subscribers after
paper has been placed there by
That In u luiurnwllug dumb of
lids )uu Iihv, joum," rvuiurkin bis
old frU-ml Hrou. who was making a
y. f !-- are. Whnt oim ran"!
think of In the way of mlac-hlrf the
0ht Mil "
Tlim what I lika about them."
"1V. but you clout bava to lira wllb
"Well. I would Ilka to burrow them
r a wk "
Wliul for?" . w
To S-t rviil wllb a Height "
H. 0- law, of Spokane. Wash., waa
la thin city on business Saturday.
Mlu Tony (lelbrich. of Naw Era,
tu In thli city on Monday vlalting
Born. H-titnlnr 18. lo tba wlfa of
JVIIllstn Henry Hunney, of Redland, a
'Alfred Klornsen baa gone to San
fTtnrliwo, where ha haa acepied a
position a1 a plumber.'
W. W. Nelll, a bualneaa man of
Portland, waa In thta( city on bualnaaa
Mint Har.rl Tooxe left on Monday
.ten lug for Eugene to take a course
at the t'nlveralty of Oregon.
Mia Allre Iaraen. a atudent of the
University of Oregon, left on Bat
arday for rTiiicene to taka up bar atud-it.
Frnih flub dally at Mardonald'a
8tnih Street Market.
Howard Tbornton left Monday
aomlng for Eugene to taka up elec
trical engineering at tba Untveralty
MIm Edith Jackaon, Mlaa Letha
Jackson and Mlaa Clara Mitchell.' who
attended tba roundup at Pendleton,
returned ta Oregon City on Sunday
evening. 1 , .
Mra. E. Itlvenburg and son, Jack,
of Portland, who bava been vlalting
Mr. and Mra. K. Moore, of Green
point, bava returned to their boma.
""Earl Walker haa returned to tba
Unlveralty of Oregon to complete bla
course In civil and electrical engin
eering. Mr. and Mra. John Clanahan, of
Gresbam, war In thla city Sunday,
gueata of Mr. and Mra. i. L 8 w afford
11, A. Derkman, of McMlnnvlllo,
waa In thla city on Saturday and Sua
waa lu thla city on Saturday and Sun
day. Mlaa Lillian Ulllett and Mlaa Alma
McDowell, of Mount Pleasant, went
to Hbubel Sunday to spend a week
with Mra. Louie Bager.
Harold Illckey, of St. I'aul. Minn
who la located at Seattle, waa In tjila
city Saturday and Sunday vlalting at
the boma of Mr. and Mra, P. Moore,
J. C. P. - Wes'engard aaye tha an
nouurement that be Intended to mvve
to ortland waa a mlatake, aa ha baa
no Idea of leaving Oregon City.
Horn, to Mra. Carrie Newman, of
this city, Baturday evening, a aon,
weight ten pounds. Mr. Newman re
cently died In thla city In Kansas City
Mra. 8. V. Francla and two daugh
ters. Misses Pearl and Ruby, who
have been visiting relatives In Se
attle for tha past two weeka, returned
to Oregon City Saturday evening.
C. A. Williams, of Gladstone, re
turned Saturday evening from To-
Lite, where ha had been for" two
-freaks visiting bla aon, and looking Uag
sfter property Interests.
Uear'Mra. George T. Carley lecture
at Shlvely's, 8 p. m., Monday, Septem
ber 2ft, on "Reducing tha Cost of liv
ing." Admission Z5 centa. Pre lec
ture. Sunday night, on "Immortality,
Ilrotberhood and Universal Peace."
IJoyd Harding, after spending bla
vacation with bla parents, Mr. and
Mra. G. A. Harding, of thla city, left
for tha University of Oregon on Mon
day night .to resume hia studies.
Miss Gladya Byroin, of Tualatin,
who attended tha Oregon City schools
last year, making her boma with her
aunt, Mra. Duane Ely, arrived In Ore
gon City to resume her studies.
Rev. and Mra. John Dawson, of
Portland, war In thla city. Sunday,
gueata of Mlsa Sheffield and other
frlenda. Rev. Dawson la tha rector
of the Church of tba Good Shepherd.
Tba Portland Law School, of Port
land, Oregon, opena Ita fall term Sep
tember 18." It baa a very nice cata
logue for thla year, ahowlng eleven
members In tba faculty. Tba presi
dent of tba Law school atatea that
there will be two to three mora lec
turers added during tha year. This
la a splendid law acbool for tba atudy
of law aa preparation for tba bar.
Miss Louise Deutte and Miss Mar
aret MoCullock, of lh. " .,. Mt
im'L 'r U'"0" wb.rV the
li',,k, cour, I" he training
school. Tbey were graduated from
the Oregon City High School lu?t
Kred White and daughter.. Mlsa
Jean, who bava been for the past
year and half on their homestead In
Lake county, have returned to Oregon
City. nd taken up their residence
In their home on Ninth and JelT.reon
Mlsa Mabla Francis, of this city
left Monday mornlne tr mii...'
ak.r. .... . - . -
- win ie.cn in the
(uoi, sne having the
gradea. Mlsa Krancle Is on
succeasful teacbera of thla
ana taugnt In tha Mount
school last year. .
s of the
Mra. A. D. Vatcher, of Vancouver,
Wash., who arrived In tbla city Sun
day to visit with her alster, Mra. J
K. Vatrher, returned to her home
Monday evening. Her aon, Marshall,
accompanied her here and will at
tend the Oregon City schools.
nd Mra. George Hoeya and aon,
Emerson, who spent the past two
wesj(S at Salem, where they camped
at tha SUta Fair grounds, returned
iu urrgon vuy Sunday evening. DWJ
iio-ye aasistea greatly In the Clacka
mas county booth, and much credit
Is due him for tba appearance of the
Captain Young, who was operated
upon about two weeka ago at tha St.
Vincent Hospital, for appendlcltla,
waa brought to bla home by boat
Monday morning. Tba operation waa
performed by Dra. E. A. Sommer, of
Portland, and H. 8. Mount, of tbla
city, and the-patient la Improving
rapidly. . .
Mra. William Money la moving her
household goods to Powell River. Mr.
Money Is connected with tha paper
mills- at that place, and preceded
Mra. Money -several montba ago. The
Mlssee Marion and Marjorle Money
left Monday morning for Forest
drove, where they" will attend Pacific
University. Mr. and Mra. Money and
family, during their residence In this
city, made many friends who regret
to see them leave.'
Miss Anna Towna and alster, Mlsa
Marian Towna., who had been visit.
Iila city for the past two weeka.
with their alater. Mra. R. F. Oris
left for Portland Monday afternoon,
and from that city Mlaa Marlon will
depart for Seattle, where aba will
remain for a few days before leaving
for Ann Harbor, where aha will atudy
law. Mlaa Anna will return to her
home at Phoenix, Southern Oregon.
Befor arrTlrig In thla city they apent
aome i time .at lie w port. Cearhart,
Wash., and at Seaside, Oregon.
Wallacv ' and Raymond Caufleld,
who anent their vacation In thla city
with thefi parenta, Mr. and Mra.
Charles Caufleld, left Monday for Eu
gene, where they will resume their
studlea at tha Unlveralty of Oregon.
Mr. and Mra. Arthur Howland and
daughter, of Oranta Paaa, are In tbla
city vlalting with Mra. Howlanda
mother, Mra. 8. A. Chase. Mra. How
land waa formerly Mlaa Sadie Chase,
of thla elty.
Mlaa Uluhra will have a big millin
ery opening at her Wore. on Seventh
street Wedneaday. All'neabata will
be abown dally.
Are vou a eubwrlber to tha Morn
ing Enterprise? II not you ahouldveall
and let ua pu! your name on tba sub
scription list Immediately
tine New Pal
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VfE cannot recall the time when our announcement of the
first showing of the new season's garments has given us
such genuine pleasure.
In such points as correct stvle. hieh aualitv of workmanshii?.
desirable models, snappy creations, perfect fit and full, com
plete values, we are abundantly able to please you. Fortunately
ror us, and for you, these garments all carry this label: '
For rrjanv years the reputation enjoyed by this line has not been equaled, and this reputa
tion, secured through merit only, is guarded jealously. The garments are made in the best
possible manner. Not only do the garments excel in style and fit, but they render the service
so much desired. " . ' .
We most cordially invite you to attend this opening exhibition of the new fall styles. ' And we want you to understand that the pruT .
motive ofthisevent islo shoWlhegoods7 ta have you come, inspect rrrtically and pass your-judgmenL You are sure to be-delighted wil
the beautiful showing that is ready for you. , , ;
Ur. AIDAKIS .
Takea Hiaflek. '
Apropos ot foolish' iiueationa. tbbt
atory la told of a F'tlan bnlred aon of
tba old "sod" who was working In a
dftch. A spectacled oanghter ot so
ciety approached and haughtily asked:
Kind, my man. what work do you
Tba friend of tba green looked uf
Ha took his abort stemmed clay from
between bla ll and answered aa ba
swung his tool aver bla back:
"Shore, an I taka ma pick." v
' And ao ba dlL,-PbiladelDbla Times.
(lead tb Morning Evterprlae.
OUR BIG FALL BUSINESS IS ON WITH A RUSH
Wa have selected our fall etock with graat care and attention, to give our euetomera only what la up-todate and eervlceable. We give
you only tha leading standard brands of men'a and ladles' hand tailored Suite and Overeoata. A big Una of boy'a Sulta and Overeosta. Shots
for mtn, ladlaa and children. A complete Una of Dry Good and Notlone Underwear, Blankata, Sulteaaaa, Trunka and Oilcloth.
Republicans ponder chances
of president being
SEVERAL STATES MUST BE REGAINED
for men and
Tbeaa - clothea
are perfect In
and be s t
and black; al
ao wish you
to see our
v Priced fll.CO
easy . iTnnn
U test In roll Shoes
Our Fall Shoe stock Is here for
you to aelect from. Florahelm BhoeS
for men, American Lady aboea for
ladlea. Red School House and Edu
cator Hhoea for children; also high
cuta for men, ladlea and children.
We solicit your Poll busl-
Iness. The bnslvof fulf
value for your money.
I n ladler
Coata are the
aeaaon-'s new- '
tailored, I -n
plain and -fancy,
the big col
lars, In all the
blacka, a n d
terna. See our
specialty I a
10 to $30..
PRCCTO THE BOYS
Football Watch or Air-gun . for a
few days more. Wa give you choice
of these named articles with every
boy's ablt or overcoat The biggest
and best Una of boy's Sulta and Coats
In the town, In alt patterns.
Suspension Bridge Corner
Progressives And Democrats Have
. Made Big Galna Figurea
Are Being Carefully
WASHINGTON, Sept. 18. (Spec
ial). From now until June next, two
queatlona will, be presented to the
Republlcana of the country, with In
creasing Insistence. Tbey axe Insep
arable and upon the anewera to them
both dependa the ' aolutlon of tha
tariff,, railroad, truat and conserva
tion problema the political control
of the country for four years.
' ' Will President Taft be renominat
ed T If he la, will he be re-elected?
- These two queatlona have confront
ed political Washington for months.
They have been carefully weighed In
the light of the laat election, the re
turns ror which are worth searching
In 1910 the Democrats carried 17
statea, of which 24 have Democratic
governors, while 22 atatea now have
a majority of Democrats In Congress.
But It must be noted that although
the at and patters loat aome eighty
seats In Congress In the landslide,
the Progressives doubled their rep
resentation In the Lower House.
Nothing presents the situation ao
clearly aa a table ahowlng. In detail,
the situation developed by the last
election, with the electoral votes
baaed on the new apportionment:
' Statea. Dem. Rep.
Alabama 12 .
Arlsona 3 ...
Georgia v 14
Idaho .ti ......
... . la
North Carolina' . .
North Dakota ....
Rhode Island ....
South Carolina .:.
Texaa . . ..... . .
Utah . v . . . . , . . .
Namea of atatea which were Re
publican In 1908, but became Demo
cratic In 1910, In capitals.
To secure his re-election,1 Presi
dent Taft must recover not leaa than
alzty electoral votes from atatea car
ried by the Democrats In 1910, with
out loalng any' votea In the Progres
sive statea which then stayed In the
Republican column. Can he do It?
Maxims For All f . .
-nrniemlwr. my ntn." . .1 ilie pru
t'eut oi'li. Tfl:ll n iitty mtr. rt I i
- "T'lntV replied tin m-klo-
ro-'th,- "The rrouli lrf ci la t'jv
I' miii rtiv.iY etM:ii hM uf the wronr
;vn e.li 1 'liiuliiiir. "Notblui.
-Mtur-. ii"llil;'.K hme Washlninnr
Patronise our advertisers. '
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. ;
Frances C. and J. C. Klucker to C
A. SUnger east hal section t .
township C south, range '4 east; $1 .
Lenora and George Woodford Clag
gett to C A. Sllnger, east half ae-.
tlon 32. township t south, range 4
eaat; fL ' .', ,, ' .)
A. O. and Carrie E. Faust to Helc
E. Wilcox, 34.29 acres Eira Flshs
D. L. C. township 3 aouth range I
east; 83,000. '
Helen E. Wilcox to W. ft Baker, 1,
acrea Ezra Fisher D. L. C, townshl
3 south, range 3 eaat; $600. ''.
.Robert A. Miller to Elizabeth Hat'
away, lot 18, block 11. addlUon 41 1
14, Weat Gladstone; $250.
Patronize our aovenlaera.
RECREATION PARK, ; 4,
Vaughn and Twenty-fourth 8t
September 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24. 'f
Gamae Begin Weekdays at S p. an. , .
. Sundaya, 3:30 P. M.
LADIES' DAY FRIDAY, ."'
Boys udef 13 Free to Bleacher-
Kansaa . . . . .
Maryland ...... .
Michigan ........ .
Mississippi b... ..
Lemons, 20c doz. -Peaches,
63c box ,
While they lost
Choicest Candies ond nuts
High Grade Merchaum Pipes
517 Main St. Near
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