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MOHNINO ENTERPBI8K, VUWAY, OCTOBEli. 20, 191
?OR TRADE BUILDING
Stories from Out of Town
SEE BACK PAGE
vr id. r.- -
miiv person ur
billing Enterprise from the
L. of subscribers after
L h bfn pled there by
Nlolmen & ,
SOS Sailing Bldfl., Portland.
Phone Main 6151.
formerly Mix Sarah Darney, who re
aided In thla city some time ago. She
was on ber . way to Portland, where
aha waa called by the Illness of her
slater, Miss Minerva, also formerly of
For adoption In Clackamas county,
fine healthy boy, eight years old, who
la Rood and obedient Carman deacent:
father dead. lniiilre 717 Fourteenth
atreet or Mra. Kata Parker, court
matron. 1 .
Philip J. Blnnott left on Thuraday
evening for Klamath Falla, where he
will reiKirt on the Pleneer-Preea, a
, dally at that place. Mr. Blnnott re-
cently returned from that city, wbere
-be wo employ ad on otumt the dallies.
having resigned hla poaltlon, and had
a flat tr rind offer on the Ploneer-Preaa,
which ha baa accepted. Tba plant
baa been enlursed and two paper
L.. . . Whm are you diitnc about have conaolldated. Mr. Blnnott la
W dmlor'N advice lo We pnysicai rM"1""""" rw"Jnr uu
U. dear boy 1 n.ae soon,
imllv-rm cawwylug a heavier The Woodmen's Hall will be gaily
F a i i a A kv at I a4 fiitvtAMf walrie7 vast r H
king alb a ana I wear a larurr out-
. i ..... Naa Vorh mil autumn leavea and ferna, the occasion
.ult tx.uquet.-New lor a a. an. ( .
! cle. Among the attractlona will be a
' fish-pond, where prUea are to be
flahed for. Thla will be located In a
prettily constructed booth, and pre
elded over by otie of tha members of
the Circle. Tha members of tha or
Mti-b for trad bulldlug. ganlxatlon have tha privilege of ex-
ill Stuart, of Carua, waa In town tending general Invitation to their
VhD Cross, of Molulla. waa In this Mra. Nleta Barlow Lawrence, Mra.
Weilnesdoy. r iUoo Itosuanes. Miss -Cle Uarciay
Lob C.ros.mlller. of Bchubel. waa Pratt Miss Myrtle Buchanan. Miss
L,. Thurailav iwiniwu iiwiira, i, .
rtow-i inursuay. n H.nny, Mr. and Mra. Ed-
(r. Powell, of Molalla, waa In Ore- 'ward K Hrodle. Mlaa Evelyn Hard
ily Thursday. - ng. Oscar Woodf In. and Victor Oault
Ur. ivd Smith.. of Eldorado, waa; were among tha Oregon City people
ii.u -liv Tlmr.dav i woo lurnuou iiiv r.uiv-ivuiiiiB i-ui.
" . I cert in Portland Wednesday night.
Hfrmun Hinun, oi tenia, waa m.
k-iwn City Thuraday.
lri. Charlea Htuart. of Carua, waa
Oregon City Thursday.
11 r and Mra. Dave Jones, of Beaver
tk. v. ere Injown Thursday.
Fry our I5o merchanta' lunch, at
(Kails ronrecuonery, tva asaiu w
lr. Rlgga and daughter, liertba. of
nby. were visiting In thla city
Regular 60 cent kind for tbla occasion.
Heart to Heart
frf EDWIN A. !YE.
To tha person that can flud a baiter
Una of candlea than la found at tha
Kalle Candy Store. 703 Main atreet.
Get tha habit and eat good candy. You
will live longer and feel batter. They
ara made fresh dally at our factory.
You get tha real Macoy when you
coma here. Now don't forget Batur-
. . . . 1 - In I Am. T t mlaa It
Cn..A'lng 'buslni In Oragon City your fault, not o
kiimdsy. 0 c"nt pound, Saturday only.
Jllerrman Fisher, Grandpa" fisher
i daughter. Elsie, of Carua were In
vgon City Thuraday.
ladles' high top tan ahoaa, $4 pair,
W. A. Holmes.'
Horn. Friday morning to tha wlfa of
itmaster Adam Knight,' at Canby, a
in, weight 7 pounds.
Mrs. T. K. Ryan and children, of
lm. are visiting tha former a bis-
)r. Mrs. K. O. Nobla, of Gladaione.
Mrs. Illrhard Holveraon, of Manlto-
k. Wis., has arrived In thla city io
bend (he winter with her alatar, Mra.
Mil. i Jiinn wn. of Canby. la visit-
it hr alster, Mra. Allen Adaroa, of
bis city, and her aunt, Mra. T. J.
kry. of Willamette.
Our MpCankev account aystem la aa
bcurate aa tha banker's ayatem.. W
kt only can tell your balance on the
hmanl, but you already anow n.
untley Uroa. Co.
JuAkr Ttinmai v. Rvan. of 8alem,
brmerlv nf thla city, waa among tna
iHliors at tha smoker given oy mo
lommiTclal Club Wedneaday evening.
An adlourned meetlnsr of the Wood
of the World will be held at the
Woodmen hall Saturday night, at which
lime there will be eeveral candiaaiea
Tr.Hn Imlldln now la DrOgreas,
J. E. RheeL stiDerlntendent of the
f - I ft P. Company locka. haa re
signed the position, and R. I Bny
herd, aannt for the company In thla
rity. win take charge of locka In con-
unction with his other dutlea.
Oysters., anv atvla. at the Falla
Confectionery. 703 Main atreet
Mrs twii wo.hhnm and daughter
stores. wlio have been In thla city
lor the nniit month tha guests of MTS.
Blenry Honnlngsen, have returned to
Itlielr home at PortlandT .
C. A. Rosecrana. who recently sold
hln fnrm mt Mania Ijine. has rented
'n I. I). Taylor residence near u
Ahernntkv fn tio wtntar. and Will
taVa nossnsnlon Immediately. . Ml
Taylor hns decided to make hla home
n Oregon City.
Henry Vivian, of thla city, who haa
hen In the St. Vincent Hospital for
h past three weeka Buffering from
Typhoid fever, la Improving ao that
will be able to be brought to hla
home at Gladstone the latter part of
this week. . ' .
You and I for trade building.
Mrs. R. A. flommer. of Portland, was
In this city Thuraday. Mra. Bommer
arranging to make a trip to Cali
fornia, where ahe will apend several
wks, and will return with Dr. B. A.
8ommer, who will return from hla
Eastern trip by way of California.
Tou benefit on trade building".
A. it. nnwllnr. of Mllwauklo, waa
n this city Wednesday on hlBt way
home from Eugene, -where he baa
hn on business In connection wltn
a railroad company, The Pacific Great
western, he being rlght-or way eno-.
Thla railroad la to run between Eu
gene and Tillamook, and already a
rew b at work at Mapleton, ai.the
head of the tide lands. , ;
Mrs. F. T. McTimmond, of Albany,
In this city Thuraday, "
fiost at the home of Mr. ana ir. irnternrlse by mall and the
W. H. Bamaon. Mra. MoTlmmond waa Morning Enterprise oy man
Mrs. A. Malar'a alster, Mra. Carrie
Ulrd, of Pendleton, Ore., visited bar
Mlaa gearla spent the fore part of
the week at Biigbtwood visiting rela
tives. Warren Wilkin and Henry Xelseck
ar returned from the mountains Thura
day with a fine deer. . i -
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several lauiee tuu cuuureu euvui
very pleasant aiierooon wun Mrs.
Geo. Kelsecker last Thursday.
Mr. and Mra. I Prldemore drove
acrosa the mountains to Eastern Ore
gon lo.t week, expecting to put their
horses on pasture there. They then
took the boat for Portland where tney
visited for a few days and left for
Seattle Thuraday where they expect
to spend the winter.
Walter Alt U -attending business
collegtj in Portlands
Tha Mlssca Irene Alt and Mane
Koenlcka have gone to Portland for
the winter. -
A. J. Moiley la making progress with
bla house, which he started to build
YOUNG OLD FOLKS.
Uncle Joe Cannon, at the age of
oeventy-Ove. la aa apry as a boy.
At about the same ege Cbaunfey
Depew walka Broadway as atralght as
Chief Justice flarlan. at seventy
eight, recently wrote his famoua dt
aentlng opinion In the Standard Oil
Edison aays be la Just ueginnms
at seventy to live and learn and is
nimninf ahead thirty yenra.
Wo Ting Fang, the famous Chinese
diolomst. says a man should be his
heat aa seventy as he la.
Although be la ninety-one. Dr. Dan
i.i ir Pearsons, the phllnntbroplHt
ssys he feels In bla heart all the thrills
Shelby M. Cullom, at eighty-one. rep
M-enta the atnte of Illinois In the sen
ate and la aoon to begin writing a bla-
tnrv of hla time.
Lord Strathmore of Canada, who re
cently celebrated bis nlnetietn oinu
t works evert inf t his dk.
John Blgelow. our former mlnl-ter
hi France, r.t ninety-four In writing a
hUrnrr of the tariff. '
tJh.V JnhiiHun. who Invented port
i. ....i ...n...n u int) ream old J1
eently begnn to tranMlate the gonpel of
St Jo!:? from the tlreek
c...n n Anthonv who died ai
eighty-all. within a yenr of her ileath
always ran tiijstnirs iikp a gin
What Is the secret of tho loncevly
of these ypung old per-onaT
Chiefly IhN: They did unt grow old
in mind or dull In spirit Thet kept
In close touch with the ongoing of
thTbey refined, to be pushed Into the
Would yi stny young through the
H-.nrlne renrO Then select some
work that will atnmilnte yonr hoe
and stir yonr enthu-lusui M that
-..rt jM,nl vou as your lash led you In
k.. nf rmir voutll.
Spend no'tirr- In rcgrt't ever the
toad by win. h yon have come Loo
at the rond ahead of yon.
At,d. fihove all. continue to think
u-hn the life san null going to your
head you will begin to die nt the top.
like certain treea -
Accusftrm yourself to the spirit of
progrees v Stay young In eoul. Cultl
rate the spiritual part of yon and thn
pat about yon gry B,r tnw b,l
By the quantltr of smoke the farm
era must be taking advantage of the
pleasant weather. We all are foolish
enough to enjoy aunshlne.
"Jack Frost" visited this vicinity
last night with a vengeance.
A number of the farmers are dig
J. Johnson went to EsUcada Wed
nesday. He realized $1.45 per sack
Fred DuuUter visited friends here
Mr. Otis j and Mlsa Nouna Vallen
spent pleasant evening at Mrs. Dan
Mra. A. Vallen and Mrs. Frank Wil
son were In Estacada Thuraday.
Mr. Beardslay la home again.
Mrs. Dan Btablnecker waa In Es
Estacada la aurely growing. Many
very costly houses are being built.
Mr. Cary's atore affords a good as
sortment on every line.
Mr. Lewellen, of Springwater, has
reluaaed hla atore work to Mr. Smith
and Mr. Spurlln. It la reported Mr.
Lewellen Intend to move to Califor
nia for a time at least. Hla many
friends wish him and family a pleas
ant (rip, hoping their return.
Lewis vallen la plowing for Dan
Hev. John Purk la contemplating a
visit to Park place with Emery French
and slaters, thence to Southern Ore
gon to engage In ministerial work.
We owe him praise aa be la one of
those plucky "boya In blue." He can
tell you of sherman'a march and many
Mra. Amy Hulbert. of Estacada. has
been vlaltlng her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. L. Baker.
Mr. Cox and aon Stanford were In
Rsiacada Monday on business.
I C Warner wenr lo-PoTr!andMon-day.
A number of tbe houaewlvea have
made the delicious dutch dish of ssuer
Kd. nibble'made a trip to EsUcada
to get his daughter-in-law, Mra. Alice
Dibble, who haa been vlaltlng ber par
nil - '
W. T. and A. S. Henderson bare
Mr Putts, while working In U. 8.
Dlx's mill, met with the painful ac-
plilont nf losln two fingers.
Mr. Dolf and Harley Freeman have
been plowing land they have rentea
near the -old Scott place.
A. Vallen butchered a mutton whlcn
many or hla nelghbora relished In a
Rev. A. Si Henderson preached at
Medford last Sunday. Next Sunday
k. will nreach here morning and ev
enlng. Hear him. You will not regret
Tk. arhnnl auDervlaor. Mr. Ander
son of East Clackamaa county, visited
this school laat week. The achool
yard being near the graveyard pre
..m. riii-fin a well. Thla will un
doubtedly necessitate a change In the
Jean Lewellen. of 8prlngwater. was
chagrined by finding a bear waa so
liberal aa to overturn ma oeenivea mnv
. ...i ir... An anrrv and
ue-uv; ....... .-.-.. .v" w.. .rf Int.rMta near
lively chase aent tne miruper imo u " . .i
foothllla. A number of Elwoodltea there, waa an over 8unday vlaltor at
l i .Viu No newa tha Rmmona nomeaieaa.
gave mm mi vicu. - - - i . .
" I U.a Vlnnav nf TUPUID. -nXOna.
a A Atnrnra I mi. - '
M. Dibble killed the largest wildcat spent Saturday with Mra. Hugh Rob-
" will.., ita (hu rarlnllA. I erta
KDOWO Dl ... - . - ,A ..!- will
riUgU OftUUIllUiU mw ---
mnva tn niadstone for the winter In
EAQLE wnttr.. order to be nearer achool.
Mra jt i Rnnonnr and rranddaugh
Once more we are enjoying some Wbs Vivian, were Portland ahop-
tlne weniner. I pera on Tuesday and weanesaay.
Mra. R. B. Glbaon and Mlsa Anna . number In this vicinity are hav-
Duncan called on Mra. H. G. Hunting- . .ainhones put in by the Oak
ton last Thursday afternoon. orov company. The polea are being
Mr. and Mra. Henry uaeu I ,. ,h with the new phones there
picking applee for Jamea Glbaon one w fc a fr.e exCDange to Portland,
day last week. Mrs. Gub Warner entertained the
II. Q. Huntington ana btwu circi at ner home on weanesaay ai-
iode a vlsU to his Dover, farm laat . pi.na for a Hallowe'en party
Thursday. M , . were mnde which all are looking for-
Kd. Doug aaa waa a roruana vwuw i wh much interest ana it
for a couple of daya recently. wm one 0f tne best socials of the
Mr. and Mra. Meyere Mm. seaaon. Meadamea jonnaon,
Into H. 8. Olbaon'a houae Intending ; to -,lcox waldron. Robinson. Lewis,
na hra durin- me winter. I t-. n-imnnA Man variane. worse,
u.v.ra will heln H. 8. with tbe farm , , ' n nnmnnon and Ander
work, etc., and Mra. Meyera-doing the l .,, ..... acrtDture were present
housework. A U. Wilcox enjoyed a visit from his
Mr. and Mra. J. D. Douglass, ui Harold and family, who have re
Portland, were the guests of Mra. cently ,, from. Cleveland. Ohio.
Douglass' parents, Mr. and Mra. How- na wn ar at pregent la Sellwood
lett. for a few daya recently. i vi,tin at the home or Mra. Moioen,
Mra. De Ronne. Intending to leave 0 Mrs j. Ed. smith were
anon for Loe Angelea, haa rented her . . r11ra Monday.
place to Mr. and Mra. Brady. H c Palnton haa completed a num
Louie Heathman ind family moved
to Hlllman, Oregon n Monday to re-
Dave Hardv wbo was touring Can
ada, la at present vlaltlng friend's In
W. M. IJmbdenstock wbo haa a pret
ty country home at thla place, recent
ly purchaaed an attractive new. resi
dence on eaat Twentieth .atreet. In
Irvlngton and tbe Umbdenstock family
took possession on Tuesday.
Rov Stover recehtly purchased the
Board man cottage and will be located
this week In tbe new borne.
R. Olroatead will occupy the J.
Smith cottage thla winter, their aon
OfrHeHOlmstead -having - aeeepted-a
position In the Stover grocery atore.
An attractive -welling, wnicn naa
been recently completed. Is that of
Wm. Gardner, near Meldrum,
Mr. Erlckaon, of Meldmm. la mak
ing some decided Improvements on hla
Many kind words of appreciation
are being given Mra. Qua Warner, Mra.
Bert Russell and Mrs. Edith Truacott
In the way they cleaned the achool at
thla place laat Saturday ana wun clean
windows and floors tbe pupils seemed
to be taking up their achool -work wlthJ
much better Interest than beiore. New
drinking fountains have recently been
An addition In the way of a storing
room la being added to the general
merchandise atore of R. F. Stover.
Clinton Heath won the gold watch
which was given, a way last week at
R. 8- Stover's.'
A number from here attended tbe
funeral of the late Hiram Hutchinson
on Tuesday in Portland. Geo. Morse
of thla place, la a brother-in-law of the
Mr. Dill returned last week to his
home In Yamhill after a ahort vlalt
wlih hla daughter. Mra. C. P. Morse.
Halmor Emmons left on Saturday to
Join his wife at their homestead near
Sheridan. Oregon. Miss uaran ivamiu
Try TuhdejW, on Out Rccomncndticn
Snce "tniaranteed" hosiery first made its appearance many brands have been
advertised. By fax the best is CUa&Stft. All good judges ot hos.ery
ac that VaeAs-a is superior to ordinary brands. For one thing, they are
- I&ly dyed mhth. new celebrated VVurwderdye-whKJi does no injure or
C the fabric and preserve, it. lustre to the end. The texture n. soft and resjieo
like silk. The threads are specially twisted and extra strong. The finish is equal
to the finest. All throuCh they show the evidences of the greatest care in making.
. We bouKht fa preference to her brands on ;
. . .7. .i- .- . . t -L . ..A,kla hmiapf ttnaaihla to make tor
superiority, we Deiieve it. io do uw i.u , r . -
thTprice. We recommend it without hesitation, to all wanting a superior guaran
ZJh. The maker, guarantee GSxtebl to rye T ,
months. We add to that our, person-1 guarantee that It tt) the be 25 cent hos.ery .
- Wewontyootof-taeq.vtJnud with l2stLaJd "7
wearing quality and value. Nomattw what broad of hosiery yoe oow
wear, yon will be delighted with SStfg-frt " . , . . Allujaafoe
Four pairs in a bo for a dollar. A beauuful las U colon. AUsuealof. .
rr : . i .. . .
ILa aM O l& U WU S Departmenr More
ALLEGED FORGER ARRESTED.
H. Rogen Captured by Sheriff Maae
la Taken To Vancouver,
Sheriff Creaap, of Clark county.
Wash., Thursday took H. Rogen, ar
rested on a charge of forgery, by Sher
iff Maaa, to Vancouver. Sheriff Mass
located Rogan on a ranch near WIK
sonvlUe. and brought him to this city-1
He Is said to have admitted forging
. An Irish Anewee.
The London Clironh le tells a story
of an lu.'lrteot In a Itonegal village
showing I lie friendly IrUli habit of
giving a plea-lug au-wer In prefer
ence to tbe Uild truth "I want some
peppermint -kutengee." suld ibe Haxoo
visitor, i-omlnir strslcbt to the polnL
Sure ye do." smiled tbe lrt-U shop
man, keeplug off It. "Uow mu-n are
they 7" pursued tbe Saxou as tbe man
did not move. "And isn't It two ounce
a penny they are IT snxwervd tbe Irtab-
man. ' atlll without niovlng. "Weil
have you got any?" persisted bla cus
tomer Impatiently. "Sure, not any at
all." said tbe liiabman. coming reluc
tantly to tbe point, with bis sweetest
smile of elL .
Are vou a subs finer to the Morn
ing Enterprls-i? II not .you should eaii
and let us put yonr nsme on the sub
scription list immediately .
MISS HELL CAUF1ELD
VIS BRIDGE PRIZE
Among the entertainments of this
week was the meeting of the Thurs
day Afternoon Auction Bridge Club,
at the home of Mrs. O. W. Eaatbam,
Eleventh and John Adama atreeU,
Thursday) afternoon from 1 to I
o'clock. The prise was won by Miss
Nell Cauleld. It Is planned to have
meetings twice a month, and the next
meeting will be November z ai me
home of Mrs. Franklin T. Griffith, of
Those present were Mrs. J. P. Lov
ett, Mrs. Theodore Osmond. Mlsa Nell
Caufield. Mlsa Beas Shepard. Mrs. M.
D. Latourette. Mrs. K. P. Kanas. Mrs.
W. A. Shew man, Mrs. L. E. Jones, Mrs.
W. E. Pratt, Mrs. J. N. Wlsner. Mrs.
Nieta Barlow Lawrence,-Mrs. C O.
Huntley. Miss Alice Lewthwaite. Mrs.
U 1 Porter. Mrs. Charles Griffith,
Mrs. F. T. Griffith. Mrs. W. 8. tTRen.
Mrs. J. H-. Walker, Mrs. Lena Char-
man. Mrs. C. Dl Latourette, Mrs. H.
S. Mount, Mrs. Henry O'Malley, Mrs.
George A. Harding. Mrs. Hugh Men
dry. , - '
Patronise our aaverUeers.
If AND m. ELY
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Ely. of Glod
stone, were surprised at their home In
Gladstone Wednesdsy evening when
their children and their . families
vi j DaabaYla la 1aB.lt 4t Ik
good things to cat wer broagtt by
Vetea cHvHnaT th niirnriflA. MorS thmn
a.uwv o w
two dozen crabs, prepared In many
ways, were disposed of. Miss Helen
Ely and Charlea Ely being the cooks,
and they proved ( to be artlsta In this
line. The affair was given in nonor
of Mrs. Ely's birthday, and many
pretty articles were presented her.
A most delightful time was had.
Present were Mr. and Mrs.-Charlea
Elv. Mr. and Mra. D. C Ely and baby
Dorothy. Mr, and Mrs. O. V. Ely and
children, , Hariess, Helen. Carol and
Elolse. Mrs. Evan Williams and chil
dren, Evelyn. -
Our greatest clubbing offer.' The
Morning Enterprise by mall and the
Weekly Oregonlan. both until Novenv
ber , H12. for only $3. Offer closes
October 31. 1911. .
n.i.r penchel made a trip to Bo- . ' , 'j.,,,.,, -,iia at Clackamaa and
bemla last Wednesday and bought hM rturn-(i to this vicinity and will
some honey of the bee man. - drlll for narry J. Robinson.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim DeShaxer were T p stran waa taken serioualy 111
visiting at the home of Mrs. Viola n WejneBday. Dr. Mount la In at-
DouitlaBB one aay ibbi wctju. tendance.
Mr. and Mra. H. F. Gibson, Mr. and 0 w Barnea nas completed his new
Mrs. John Reld and children, Mr. and g-jt,-, on the east aide. -
Mra. Henry Udell and children took
dinner and epent the day with James MILWAUKIE.
Gibson Sunday. ...
Dick Gibson was a Barton visitor Dan Matthews i Monaaj ior u
Saturday and aold three plga to Char- dayg. trip to the raountalna. .
t,...Ci..,h inU Camnbell and A. U Bolsted
7 ou.au-. - . . . r . , waaka' trin tO
r. a tme-ma star la d aalna DOtatoea leii.moiiuaj -
on the Dr. King place. Newi" v-iidin. two aix
Several of the people of this neigh- ',,---,. ln the Strelb addition
borhood met at the school nouse oun- Hanson was In Oak
day, October 15. and organised a un- Md looMng after hla drug
Ion Sunday acnooi. ounuuj -""" f
will meet at 11 A. M. next Bunday and "a p k wa, ta 0ak Grove Sat
all are cordially invited to attend. nJ? '
m ani Mrs. J. P. Woodle were vis-1 .. wiiinrot. of Portland, was
itin.'wlth their son. Guy, and family k rridav on business.
: . . - . i - -- - ii
o.i.inii, ana Hunaar. i r. n Mavara nas acceoieu uu'""u
Mr. Straw and Mr. Brash, some new- n California and left Wednesday for
' ... aav Intanillna. to build kla naw hnma.
on the' old Carter place.. Charlea Templer; left "Monday for
.1 . . . ,rn . win it raiuii.R.
. . ,ni- Tn,..iin antartainan at Hnonomisn. yvaou-,
Mrs. V.O.- la. 7- a f rfaVB.
dinner Bonaay. r. - - - fTftITw.. Dreented to the city
and Mr. ana wr.. j. l,. au - h. ,n the nronerty
Dick Gibson butchered two hog i on . - ,treet t0 hav. ,t
Monday and sold one to C
Improved from Main to Front streets,
with cement siaewams ana mcu-.
n,a p n." I I P. Company will
build a station and waiting room at
The lecture given by Mr. W. J. Wlrts tbe foot of Monroe street, which will
Sunday afternoon waa wen D tt j,reat convenience to tne puuno
. .-I a. ir n
Mr. Wlrtf spent me BTruma
Here is the, Only
Compare our prices with others and forest warden.
you will be sure-to trade, here. New
and second hand furniture, of all
kinds.' Granite, glass and light hard
t a nratton will let ine coniraci
for a fine hotel to be built on tbe
southwest corner of Monroe and
Front streets. Two stories and base
ment: alse 60x75 feet with fourteen
rnnmi on the unDer floor,
Guy Strykef and family, of Snohora
i,v wash , have moved Into the Bny
der cottage and settled permanently
here. Mr. Stryher la deputy game and
E. W. liellien
Opposite The Grand
SEWING CLUB TO MEET. -
Th niria Hewine Club of St Paul
Episcopal church will have a quilting
party at the home ot Mra. James Daul
ttn tomorrow afternoon from S o'clock
nnt.il K. There are about twenty mem-
mera in the class, and Mra. Dawson Is
the Instructress. ,
Small Stores Gain Business
by the bright electric light for signs and win
dows. Now that MAZDA lamps are avail
able nothing is easier to obtain than profitable
lighting. These new incandescent lamps we
now offer to otir customers tinder very favorable
More Electric Light
can now be obtained for every dollar yoti pay
for current than ever before. The MAZDA
lamps give more than twice the light y oil have
ever before considered it possible to obtain for
a given expense for current. We are now ready
to tell you how yoti can get the benefit of this
great advance in electrical development.
PORTLAND RAILWAY, LIGHT
& POWER CO.
MAIN orPICE 7th and Alder, Streets