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MOHNINO ENTERPRISE TIIUHBDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1911.
'"' DIG. FALL
- NOW AT -'
now in full blast
Surprising a goodly number of people at the bargains we are giv
ing during our TRADE-BUILDING SALE. Do not miss this' sale as
we are saving you money on your fall and winter wearing , apparel.
HERE ARE A FEW SPECIALS:
7 cent calico 4 1-2 yards
12 1-2 cent Ginghams 9 1-2 yards ;
12 1-2 cent Outing Flannel 9 yards
U cent Muslin 8 yards
30 cent Bleached Sheeting 27 yards
Ladies' $! and $1 25 Waists at 93c'
Ladies' R & G. Corsets $1 to $1.50 at 59c
Ladies' $2.50 to $3 Sweater Coats $1.98
Ladies' Burson Hose 25c grade 21c
Ladies (Closing Out) a lot of Ribbed
Hose, regular 25c grade 14c
jo day only
Also enormous bargains in Menj and Ladies' Suits and Overcoats.
aOUR big bargaim.
ASK FOR PREMIUM TICKETS J LEVDTT
Stventh and. Main W" B"Um W U U U
Kor th arreal an conviction
of an person or peraons, who
a unlawfully remov cople of Tb
Morning Enterprla from ta
prenilite of subscriber after
paper haa bee plaoed there by
"ITa'a a coward."
"Tm Afraid of a ahmfcw.'
"Hla wife a"
N. II. Everhart, merchant of Mo
lalla. waa In Ihla city Wedneaday.
Ed word lleaman, of Clarke, waa
tranitartltiK business In Oregon City
If you want to b In atyla get your
bat of MIh C. Ooldamtth.
Mrs. Sieve Lonergan, of Heaver
Creek, waa among the Oregon City
renin Mayfleld. of Highland, on of
i lie well known farmera of that place,
waa In Oregon City Wednesday.
' Try our Kail City dreamery butter.
It's alwuya rlht. 75c per roll at Har.
Mra. Arthur Steven, of Dearer
Creek. I visiting bar parenta, Mr. and
Mra. Jacob Stelner, of this city.
Mra. Ieonard Blmmona, of Portland,
pent Wednesday wjth her parenta,
Mr. and Mra. Torreuce, of'tht city. ,
George Mooney, one of the well
known farmera living near Mllwaukle,
i In tills city on bualneaa Wednes
day. .... -
Mlaa Nellie, Grimm, of Portland, who
In thla city vlalUng Mlaa Cath
erine Roach, haa returned to ner
Hemy (itienther. of Waahlngton.
pa I ('.trough thla city Tuenday n'l
hU wny to Shubel, where he la visit
1'iK' lila parenta.
iWk Christie, of Atlanta. Da., ha
arrived In Oregon City, and haa
'H't' il u million with W. A. Holmes'
d'.y Ri.mU store,
Klve you the leading and betit
tylea and save you money. Mlaa c
'!u:i Bchuebel and daughter, Mlaa
Lnelle. cf Shubel, were In thla city
We'neliiy, and while her vlalted
Mr. iiiid Mra. C. Bchuebel.
Mra. Hay Wilcox, of Eatacuda. "
thU rlty visiting Mra. Roy WooJ
rd, and before returning will visit
Mra. Grace HaxW, of Oladatone.
O. A. Cheney, of Portland, but form
ly of thla city, wa in Oregon City
Wednesday afternoon attending tho
Grand Army meeting at the WUU
"etle ball. ,
Popular hats at popular prices at
C. Goldsmith'. '
Mlaa Roae Olnther,. who haa been
halting relatlvea and friends In Or
fn city, Portland and Walla Walla,
Wash., left for Oakland, Cal., Wednes
day evening, where aha will reaume
George Young ' has added to bis
Indian collection a fine lot of toma
swka and arrow heads, which were
Purchased from B. P. Davis, of this
clty. Thau ratio wart hrOUKht by
-.Mr. Davis from Illinois.
To secure and bold the beat tradi
hard problem, but w hava Ita so
"Hon. Always buy the beat and make
ln prices low, Harris'. Grocery.
Harold Horner, Edgar Horner and
"fed Horner, of Dodge, were In this
cl,y Wedneaday, having come here to
tak out their' first papere for cltl
nahlp. Theae young men came to
United States from Bradford.
Children's 25c and 30c Hose ..-.S.1 14c
Ladies' Cotton Fleece-Lined Underwear,
25c grade 19c
Ladies' 50c cotton-ribbed Underwear .. 39c
fine $1.50 Springfield Under- , -
wear ..'.c.i ..v...; $1.19
Girls' 35c Ribbed Underwear 23c
M 50c nd 60c Wool Underwear .. 36c
Boys' 25c Cotton Underwear.... .. 9c
Boys' 35c Underwear .r. 23c
Boys' 50c and 60c Underwear 39c
BARGAINS IN SHOES FOR WOMEN:
13.50 Shoes ' f 1.00 Shoe
10 days only '10 daya only
T 2M. - - - - $1.68.
SOS Sailing Bldg Portland.
Ptiona Main 6151.
England, March 7, 1907, and are prom
inent lumbermen of Dodge. Tbey a re
Having purchaaed the Intereat of
M. K- Park, In the automobile and re-
mli-ln liiitflnaaa. 1111 now conduct
i ha i.iiilnuM hf mvaeir. In Hew ouar-
tera .Armory building. Mr. Hart, an
expert mechanic from Australia, o
been secured. He la an eipert on
general repairing, Including automo
biles, sewing macninea, guns, eic.
makea old umbrelUa like new and all
kinds of electric work. We will call
for and deliver all articles. Chester
Elliott, gsrage and repair shop, Arm
AuguU Bcbtiak. wife and son. Al
lien, have arrived In Oregon City
Irom Fossil, and the former baa pur
chased the Nash livery barn on
Seventh street. Mrs. R. O. Deeson.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bcbwak, ac
companied her parenta here. Her
husband and her brother, William, will
arrive here within a few days, and
will also make Oregon City their
Mlaa Anna Wlllhart. of Oregon City,
waa a Sunday visitor of ber sister,
Mrs. James Hylton. -
Mr. Herbert Billiard Is In Salem
Mrs. A. II. Harvey and son Clyde,
were guesta of Mr. and Mrs. Smith,
Sunday, at Mullno.
Mrs. Oeorge Schrelner la on the atca
""iir. Bharkey was slightly Improving
at laat reports.
A good roade meeting will be held
. .k- nnaa Halt next
in ixew ci a av imc v. . n
Friday evening at I o'clock. All are
Invited 10 auenu.
Warner Grange will bold Its regular
meeting Saturday at Its hall In New
Era. AU tbe member are requested to
be present, aa It Is an important meet
'"Mrs. Nash was taken suddenly 111
last Monday and called In Dr. H.
fit.- I. ..h hattar
.. i n. .ml M .1. Irlle
: attended the Congregational lirotlier
i v...,..i n-iiaa.luv evening.
A II Harvey has accepted R posi
tion' In a railroad ofIce In Golden
Mrs. Mai Ion Thompson and Mrs.
Curtis Dt)d.latpent Thurrulay with
;m. Milton Hattoon in
TWIllKnv rowuiii" nia w- --
Joehnke. a bright and energetic young
" . . ...J -J Inn n HIsndMl-
mm, wnose ama "" , -
tlon won the lam riu -
Through all his surrenng ne
trials without a. murmur, until th
grim messenger or Death called him
to the home where all la peace and
love He will be missed by bis many
friends In this community, lis par
ents have the sympathy of the neigh
Vip.rs and ajnakee. .
Africa Is tbo borne of the typical
rlpera. No species of the true viper
Inhabit the new world, though sev
eral kinds of anakea are commonly ao
called. The vlperlne snakes of this
hemisphere belong to subfamily of
. bn.an tachnlrallf as tbe
me Tiijia, " -
crotallnne. Under thla head com the
rattlesnake, coppemeaa. w
caaln. buahmaater and th fer-de-lanc
. . A It Werka Out
'.' TI called blm crasy aa a loon."
"He resented tb Insult by drawing
t rTolvr and ahootlng.-
"Now be ha hired three lawyers
and a Uff of iprt wltneaeea to
prov that b really wa craay as a
loon."-ntrot rre Preea.
Rad U Mrnlng SnUrpHi .
13.60 and $4 Shoea
10 daya only
-- r- 12.05 '-,
DONT MISS SEEING
ASK FOR PREMIUM TICKETS
' OREGON CITY
JUDGE BEATIt WILL
ATTEND ROAD MEETING
County Judge Beatle will go to
flprlngwater today to attend a road
metlng. There has been a big de
mand for the Improvement of tbe
mart In that aaM.in afift Inftfr tins
tie dealrea to give all tbe aaalslance
mat la possible. He attended an en-
t h ii a. I 1 1 a MAkilMv a. Ik. Qiinnv.
side schoolhouse Tuesday evening.
The citizens agreed to raise $100 and
itfika ltla sa n mAtMt lknai I 1 AA am n 1 a ak
'S Viral " B BH4V4IUWUWI fVV KUV BB VOatJBt
levy for road purpoaea waa dlacuaaed.
OP' TWENTY IUNERST
The "Twenty-Nlners" were delight
fully entertained Wednesday evening
by Mr. and Mra. E. Schwab. All mem
bora of the rlub were present and
"Twenty-nine" waa played, after which
a delightful luncheon waa aerved oy
Mrs. Schwab. Tbe decorations were
of dahlias and autumn leaves. The
following were present:
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. RaadaJI, Dr. and
Mrs. La A. Morris, Mr. and Mra. Harry
Moody, Mr. and Mra Theodore Os
mund .Mr. and Mra. llenrv rVMoJlav
and Mr. and Mrs. B. Schwab.
The Winter ef a
8hert Story Prixs.
MISS SON OALB. .
"vn Oala . whoi recently won th
abort story prlae given hy a wen
known mncaxlne Uevotnu to ue in
terest a of women. 1h prooably better
known by the rending pumic, inrounn
her tales of "humely folk" that apier
fnumentlv In tbe monthly nince
alnea than aa th author of "Pelleiia
and Ktarre." This delight nil book cou
i.ta nf ehurmlmrlv delicate and noetK
ahantara tn the life of two elderly
Ideallata. But. to come Dacg to mi
nrt aurv" Miss Oale bad 10.000
competitors, among tbem many well
known . writers In the hort story
world. Several of thee contributors
received prise of lesser valu for their
stories than Mis Gale, whose mon
etary recognition waa It a word for
, "Don't yon remember met Why. w
went to school togetherl" -
"Surely It must be my mother yon
re thinking of."
"Ob. no! It wa yonr mother who
told you yon ought to be ashamed to go
with girls so much younger than your
self." (Etc.. etc etc., ete.-'foledw
Blad. - ,
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L e-,--W wtX
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TO PLAY PIEDMONT
Tha nrarnn rttv Football Club will
nlar ih third came of the season
with the faat Piedmont Stars of Port
land 8unday at Canetnah Park. Thn
local boys will try to make thla game
their third victory. They have not
haui iMiml on this aeaaon. Tbe Pied
mont Stara have tried to get a game
with the local boya ror me last mree
seasons, but owing to the former hav
tna much heavier team the boys
have .not given them a game. Tbe
Oregon City team, nowever. is mwa
faster ihla year and It Is believed It
baa a good hance of winning.
IN FASHION'S MART.
Changes That the New Stylas Have
' Mads In Lingarie.
Tbe 'came of frocks with narrow
1. I - 1 . I. - I . V. . . I. . pukttt.
ail la una viiaui-u r.' " v. " i
coats. Tbeiie ure ruHliloneil wttn very
narrow dlmeiiHluns and without under
rufflea ao that there wilt be no huuene-
aary f ullnetm. , ,
Good old fashlouod handmnde tore no n
lace-bad been revived for te trim
ming of underwear. .It la a serviceable,
bimplb frooc roa bmalu oiuu
durable lace that never should have
gone out of fashion, and most women
will welcome Ita return.
When making your fall and winter
gown remember that tbe new bodice
trimming are not .balanced. The one
aided effect Is th smartest. Th Idea
I a helpful one as far as the us of
remnants Is concerned.
Scarlet and cerise dinner gowna are
going td be very smart In cold weath
er. A combination of reda la a fash
lonabl selection for these costumes.
Here la a simple little frock that la
Ideal for tb small girl Tbe dress Illu
strated Is of cashmere trimmed with
a pretty banding and a yoke of dotted
awlss. ' JUD1C CH01.LET.
Here is the Qnlv
Cnmpar otlr prloe with other and
you will b sure to trad br. New
and second band furniture of all
kinds. Oianlt. glass and light hard
wsre. ,, ' ..
E. W. Meillen
Oppoalt Th Grand
, , ' ' ' ,
; New Fall and Winter
Sits and; Overcoats lot
Men and Boys
Best Shoes made for Ladies. Men,
Boys and girls. ;
Nifty Suits and Coats in our Ladies' Suit Room.
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Everything New in Furnittire and Stoves. -
OREGON CITY PARTY
HAS SUCCESSFUL HUHT
John P. Clark, attorney, returned
Tuesday evening from Douglass coun
ty where be was accompanied by
Harvey Farmer. J. I1 Waldron and
John lwthwalte, who will probably
return today. r
Mr. Clark preceded th others nom
aa h.ialnaaa In thla oltv naceaaltated
hi arrival Wedneaday, and a the
packer bad not arrived wnen n was
ready to start be waa forced to walk
nlna mil am Ha Instructed a D&cker
to go to the other men'a assistance, aa
they will bring out tn six aeer uuu
were shot. Tb party, while In camp,
lived high, having venison at every
meat Mr. Clark waa probably the
best cook In camp. He said that bta
"ftnuph enha." of which he la a cham-
plon.swent like hot cakea, and many
times he waa forced to make tbem
. .1 - ninn tha Mi
uur uum -vvi
mand. In asking for bis recipe so
that .ethers Could" make them, he gave
the following: "Six large handsful of
flour (any grade Just so it la good ana
will Stick) several handsful lard, hair
can of baking powder, half pint of
..it shaka well hafnra taking". Sev
eral membera of the party, It la aald,
shook well arter taxing, am oi me
n..n aainaH fiAiih I jickllv there was
no member of this party taken ffor a
deer and ahot. They all looaea weu
after being In the woods ten days
FARMERS TO GROW ;
Frank Buach has been taking an a
tlve Interest in Inducing farmera of
this county to grow the German pur
ple potato. In a recent addres be
fore the Publicity Committee of the
Oregon City Commercial ciuo, Mr.
n.,uoh atatait 1 that thla variety of tu
ber waa a large yielder, of th best
quality, being very starchy and would
imii in ion time than an other Po
tato. If thla Is the case, the purple
potato will not oniy aave me au
hs.ll HAW ifa'a time hut also ' the fuel
bill at the end of th year will be
considerable less. He also affirmed
that a great many of the farmera
would riant theae potatoea mia com
ing spring, tn eea saving n" -
i.inaH laat vaar from Mr. Busch.
At tha laat weeklv luncheon of th
Live Wires, Henry Heltkemper, of
Oak Grove, furnished German purple
potatoea which, wer made Into potato
salad of the most tempting kind. The
members all declared tnese poiauwa
to b the vry best ror mi . purpose
DR. AND MRS. 6EAT1E
ENTERTAIN AT BRIDGE
Tha Tueadav Evening Bridge Club
met thla week at in nom oi ui
..j mm a t. Ttoatla Tha horn was
beautifully decorated, and arter me
games refreshments were served.
Mrs. E. p. Rand and, O. w. tuasinam
nn tha nritu Tha meetins was
one of the most delightful ever held
by th club. Tn following wer pres
u. lui Mra nv A. Chanman. Mr
and m ra rt. W Rnstham. Mr. and Mrs,
John Adams, Mr. and Mr. W. A.
Dhaaitnan Mr. and Mrs. B. T. McBalC,
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Straight. Mr.' and
Mra. George Hankln ana Mr, to. i:
Randa. - 1
A twenty dollar gold plec I per
mitted to weigh half a grain mor or
teaa than it standard of 81 grain by
tbe government and a allver dollr a
grain and one-half more or l thn
ft standard of l2- grawa .
Read tb Morning Bbterprl
ARMERS ANNOYED BY
Manr of the farmera living: In the.
vicinity of Clackamas and Milwauki
are making complaint of . hunter.
mostly young men ranging from tb
acaa t9 aawantaan tA n I n at Mn TMrA
trespassing .upon their premises and
bunting ror uninese pneasanu, sou
who are probably not aware that there
la a ' law nMMntlnff tha ahnntlnm- nf
Chinese pheasants for at least two
years. ' .
George Mooney, whojowna a twenty-two-acr
farm near Clacltamas, waa
In thla city Wednesday, anoaaid mat
nn O.mna. nt laat Vwtlr ha fnihl UT.
eral hunter and ordered thernAaway.
Mr. Mooney baa taken an active in
terest fn tbe Chines pheasanta, and
feeda them the same aa he doea hi
chicken. There are more Chinese
pheasanta thla year than laat year, and
hr rivins- mem me nrooer nroiecuou
thav will soon moJtlDlr. There La
also a Law against women wearing the
nhMaanrr n nmm Bnn DAT IM m
oartalntv tha hlriia will not h killed
for the decoration of headgear. Tb
game wardens will probaoiy d on me
lookout lor nunier in win county
from now on.
Tha Enterprise haa a nosltlon open
fur you. cau at one. . . ,
M. MM L
Brotherhood to Have Banquet.
Tha rsladatona Rrntherhood of EXiacI
I,! will hold their first banquet of the
season tomorrow evening, l ne tame
are doing an tney can to maae iue
banquet a success. Dr. Pratt Marshall
Dana and Attorney Flegel. of Port
land, and Bvangellat ' Stephens will
make speeches. An enjoyable and
profitable evening la assured.. The
banquet will be attended Dy taaie as
well aa men.
A fa vnn a auhaf fiber to th Morn
ing Enterprise? II not you ahould caH
and let m mi your nam on the sub
scription .list immediately
WHEAT BUYERS BID
81 GENTS TOR EXPORT
ThnMrrA mirVAt fnp whaat la again
a r v
Arm anH tha hlffheat nrloe of the 80.
son has been reached by the aale of a
load of fortyrold by uaiiour. uumrn
t Company, of Portland, to Italy. The
ale waa made at 87-4 1-S. .The aale
That's what we have done to oiif
Beautiful Dutch Collar, values from $1.25 to .
$2.25 new 89c Jabots and stocks that are
worth 75c to $1. - While they last choice 59c
W. A. HOLMES
617 Main St
Iraaeair k Mars
er rate than Bailing vessel. .- - . .
In general the market for wheat wa .
firm Wednesday. Buyer are bidding
81c for export and one milling firm U
buying at 82c for Its own account .
There was a weaker feeling In tbe :
millstulTs trade and quotations -to
Portland ar down SOc a ton.
Har trade I steady for all varieties '
although 'poor 'quality la atin finding .
There continue an absenc or ca- ,
hlaa from tha OrtADL No flour aalea -
have been reported for that account
recently. - -
Prevailing' Oregon City price ar
aa followa: '" ' '
HIDES (Buying) Green bide.
Be to 6c; Miter. 5c to 6c; dry hide.'
12c to 14o ; sheep pelts, 25c to 7&e
- - Hay, Grain, Feed.-
M A Vtlninrl Tlmothv. til to
clover, $8 to $9; oat bay. beat, $9
to (in; mixed, l lo iiz; aiiaua, aia
to $16.50 . .
OATS (Buying) Gray, $25 to
$27: wheat. $32 to, $33; oil meal. $53;
Shady Brook dairy fed, $1-26 per
FEEOr-Shorta. $27 to $28; rolled .
barley, $37.60; process barley, $38.60;
whole corn, $37; cracked com, $38;
white, $26 to $27; bran $27 to $28.;
Butler, Poultry, Egga. , - .
FLOUR $4-60 to $5.25. -
BUTTER . (Buying) Ordinary ,
country butter. 25c to 30c; fancy,
dairy, SOc; creamery, SOc to 85a '
r-POUI,TRT (Buying) Hene, 11c
to 12 1-S; brollera. lie, ;
, EGGS Oregon ' ranch eggs, 30c to
35c. . '
' Fruit, Vegetable. " ' '
Prunea on basis of 1-4 pounds for 43- , -
601. :" . ' i. i r
SACK VEGETABLES Carrots. ,
$1.25 to $1.60 per sack; parsnips,
$1.25 to $1.50; turnip, ii.zs u at-ou; .
Prune, on baal of $ l-4e for 46 and .
beet, fl.60 ' ' " '
POTATOES Best buying 70c to t
85c per hundred. . '. ' .
rtv-irtMSTkrarnn f 1 IS to tl.KO. aer
hundred; Australian, $2 per hundred.
. Livestock, Meats.,
BEEF (Llv wight) Steer, 6
and 6Vc; cow, 4e;' bull, I l-2c
- VEALr-3alv bring . from 80 to
13c, according to grad. ,
MUTTON Sheep, . 3c an 34o; . .
lambs. 4c and 6c.
HOGS 125 to 140 pound boga, 10c !
and lie; 140 to 200 pounds, 10c and
lOtt ' '
; Our greatest clubbing offer. The
Morning Enterprise by mall and the
Weekly Oregonian, both until Novem
ber 1. 1912, tor only $3. Offer, close
October 3. 1911. ,