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MOHNINO ENTEKPJtlSK, HATUKDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1911.
J. LEVIT T..THE STORE OF NOBBY HAH
The smile of satisfac
tion will be worn by many
a man who slips under one
of our hats during this
HAT SALE. We carry
the Gordon hats, the Boy
er, Our Leader, and the
.So buy i ow oiid slip under the hots that
brliifi ' Hie smile of .satisfaction. An entire
stock of hats at your service to choose from,
All the late shades and shapes.
This hat sale starts Thursday, Nov. 2,and
lasts 5 days. ' '
7th & Mla St j
. Fur aht arrest an conviction
i or aay peraon or persons, woo
anlawrully remove eopiee of xae
Morning Enterprise from tha
prtralaoe of eubaorlbera after
paper baa been plac4 there by
Oldnt Want te Add e Hla Mleeey.
Departing Oueet (to caabler Tou'va
I made a mtatake In my bill. It ahould
lb $1.1 Instead of 14.
"All right, air. I thought maybe yea
nUlit le ucrailtloua."
LOCAL BRI CPS
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Mr. Moaler. of Clarkea. waa In Ore
gon City Friday. .
(1 I'. IxMinev. of Molalla. waa In,
I thin city Friday.
C. K. Knence. of Heaver Creek, waa
In thla city Friday.
Cmr Hmllh. of Rhubel. Waa In
Oregon ('Ity Friday. -
Tboiuaa Jonea. of Beaver Creek.
a In thla city Friday.
Churl... Hnanalar of Carut. wai in
this city on Thuraday.
Mr. and Mra. Arthur Swlfel. of Mol
: lalla. waa In thla city Thuraday;
J Ijtrklna nf Plarkea. 1 BmoniZ
tha Oregon City vlaltora Friday.
Mr. Thomae Knsle and Miss
Engli-. of Canby, were In Oregon
New walnnta and fig Juat In at
Mra. W. M. Kurnea, of Union Mill.
I very III at the home of Mra. Peter
Mr. and Mra. John Evans, of Eldor
ado, were In Oregon City on business
Attorney Jeffreys, of Portland,
H In Oregon City on legal bualneaa
O. lwirtels. or Bllverton, waa In Ore
g m City Thuraday and .Friday on a
George Mollman, one of tha farm
f of Heaver Creek, waa In Oregon
Try that apeclal 25c coffee at Har.
rln' grocery. '
Mra. George mown, of New Era.
aa In Oregon City Thuraday a gueat
f Mra. o. W. Graca.
K. C. Aahbaugh, of Portland, a well
known bualneaa "man of that city, waa
In Oregon City Friday.
The atockholdera of tba Ogle
Mountain Mining Company will meet
u una city Monday. .
Horn, to tbe wife of E. 1 Bturgea,
of KM Jefferaon atreet, on October
81. a girl, weight 10 pound
Mra. Tyra Warren or Rlaley, waa in
ihla city Thuraday vlaltltve; her alater-In-law,
Mrs. W. A. Bhewman.
Mre.xJ. Q. plllabury, of Portland,
a-former resident or Oregon City, waa
l"ltlng relatlvea In thla city Friday.
Mra. H. A. Olenn and aon. Fred, of
Nawberg, are In thla city visiting
Mrs. oienn'a parenta, Mr. and Mra.
F. A. Miles.
We want your trade at Harrla groc
ery and we will get It If high quality,
low prices snd prompt service counta
Miss Margaret Hannifin la visiting
-friends an relatlvea at Seattle,
Wash, and will also visit In British
Columbia before hr return.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jaggar, of
Cams, were In this city Friday and
. Suspension Bridge Corner j
M '"V "". 1
SOS Sailing Bldg, Portland.
Phone Main. 6151.
while here vlalted with Mr. Jaggar'a
mother, Mrs. Benjamin Jaggar.
Herman Dietrich, of Eldorado, waa
In Oregon City Friday, and waa ac
oompanled home by hla father,-who
haa een vlaltlng at tbe borne of Mr.
Patch, of Gladstone.
Charles Babcock, who haa been In
this city for a few days vlaltlng hla
parenta, haa returned to hla home In
Portland. Mr. Bedrock baa been 111
for the past week, and rame here
for tbe benefit of hla health.
Mr. and Mrs. George Henry Smith.
Augusta and Edward Oriel, who were
called here by the death of Theodore
Oriel, aon of Mra. Smith, who died In
Arkaniaa. and whoae remalna arrived
here Thuraday morning the funeral
being held Thuraday will leave ror
their home at Oyatervllle this morn
ing. .--T.i.i teretveil 1 000 callons of South
ern California, port Four years' old.
Guaranteed under pure- iooa
Only 60 cents per gallon. Bring you
Jug. Nobel's Liquor Store.
8. 8. Goldsmith, a buslneaa man or
iA.ii.nA w.a in thla cltv on busi
ness Friday, and while here visited
with hla mother, Mrs. A. uomsmiin.
Mr. I? k woodward and aon. Ken
neth, who have been In Turner visit-
Ing Mr. and Mra. ft. O. Woodward, re
turned to Oregon City Friday.
Mra. Owen Smith and Mlse Kittle
Reagan, of Estacada. vlalted Mlsa
N'leta McCarver Friday.
narnev Rhort. of Maple Lane, waa
In the city on buslneaa Friday.
John Meyer, or New Era, waa in
the city Friday.
A dollghtful Hallowe'en party waa
given by Mlsa Lucille Kollogg a the
home of her parenta. Mr. and Mra.
E E. Kellogg, of Mount Pleasant
Tuesday evening. The rooms were
very artistically decorated In autumn
leaves and Jack o'lanterne. Red crepo
paper waa used In an abundance, fee
toons or thla suspended rrora the elec
trollora, and Intermingled with black
cat decorations. Black crepe paper
races vere hung In the windows. All
tbe guests were in ghost attire, and
were received at tha door by the
witch or the Hallowe'en. Special fea
turea wara guessing contests, fortune
telling and a Swastaka game. PrUea
were awarded for the guessing con
tests, and those winning were Charloa
Holmes and Florence Howatt. Lunch-
.....i i tha rflnlna- room.
ern wan an.. ..- -
and the table waa made attractive
with unique decorations.
Those attending were Mlssea Elaine
King. Bertha Kite. Vera Camp, Mario
Balmer, Lillian Balmer, Sarah Kants,
Mabel Chrlstensen, Lelah and Malta
Hlatt. Stella Kowianu, mr.
Florence Howatt, Minnie Grace;
. jr.rmrA tiiatt. Lvman Row-
i...a rinrdon McKllllcan. Charle"
....Jr.. k,.rVin.vmAn Warnock.
HOllllva, v"M. - "
Theodore Marley, Wilbur Portonew,
have Thomas, Carl Schram, Arden
Hickman, Stephen and Dick Braker,
Mr. piopeiie. , , ,
forgot te Look at Hla r"..t.
"I'm getting abm-ntmuidxl."
"Vea. 1 atood for an Hour In the
veatlbnle ye-terday rrylng to remeni
ber whether I waa going out or coin
Ing ln."-LoiilHVUie Courier -Journal.
Read the Mornlnr B'-rpr1ae.
The Odd Fellows InltUttHl soma new
members on laat Haturday evening,
Mrs. Chas. Biggs spent last weak at
Hlierwood visiting relstlves.
Tba Congregational ladles' Aid mat
t tba horn of Mr. Marlon Young on
Thursday afternoon, and uioti dl
banding I heir society, voted rnoat of
their money to go Into tba treasury
of tha Metliodlat Aid barn.
Ilev. Bishop, of Tualatin, will preach
In tba M. E. church nest Huuday morn
ing at II o'ciock. exchanging for to
Tualatin hour, on' account or tha re
vival meetlnge now being held In tha
Tualatin church In tha evenings.
A hahy girl, weighing II pounds, ar
rived at tha borne of Mr. and Mr.
CbMa. Wagner Uat Friday, Oct 27.
Tlta bahy la quite III at thla writing.
The M. K. Conferanra for thla qusr
tar waa held In tha church on Wed
nesday, with Ilev. Moora presiding.
A splendid naw furnnra wns lu
tull.-d In tba church Tuexday, which
will meet ii a all with a warm recep
tion. Pmf. Calavan, of Oregon City, ona
of the county supervisors, vlalted
schools rear our village Monday, Tues
day and Wedneaday, and wai the
gueat of several Wllnon vllle frlenda.
Mr. and Mra. Frank Ilrohat enter
tained a large number of friend dn
llghtfully Tueaday evening with a Hal
lowe'en party. Tbe usual array of
ghoata, a fortune teller and Hallow
e'en guinea were feature! of tbe ev
etilng'a pleasure. Helect music waa
enjoyed, dainty refreshments were
aerved, and tbe gueata were loud In
their praise, of thla lovely party given
by the h(Mt land hostess at tbelr beau
The Mebtodlst ladles' Aid society
met In the basement of the church
Wednesday and laid plana for a sump
tuoua1 rt-paat to be aerved In the near
future to ratten the treaaury of the'r
- at-. 1.1.. -.A I I
deal of chun h debfTo 1ieralse,'and
we are sure that every resident of our
village will do hla or her part, toward
beltdng to make the only church home
In Wlleonvllle coiy and attractive.
Everyone la glad of the new walk to
the depot, and the farmers And the
hitching posts a great convenience.
Henry Wllbelm turned down an of
fer of 35c for hla hope recently;
Pigging potatoes Is the order of tbo
dsy out In the country- districts, and
the crops near Wllaonvllle are aa us
ual good In both quality and quantity.
Jake peter our-enterprising barJ
ware man, has replaced tbe windows
broken by tbe storm, with handsome
plate glass, which la an lidded attrac
tion to Ibis elegant and commodious
Miss Murray delighted her pupils
by giving them a Hallowe'm party on
Tueadav evening at the S'-hoolbouse.
Jack-o-lanterns flashed from every cor
ner of the room and maple leaves
with the glorious autumn tints, com
ing out from tbe yellow shadows made
the room very beautiful. A program
was given by tbe pupils or tbe school,
after which gamea were played. Mlaa
Murray waa. untiring In her efforts 13
please the scholars and a very happy
evening waa spent by all who attend
We are having cold weather and
front In our burg thla week.
Mra. gagar and ber rather. Mr. Krao
ger, were Oregon City visitors Satur
day. Miss Aklns, of Multno, Is helping
her sister. Mra. Dlx. can fruit
Our school teacher. Mlsa Pearl Mil
ler, la giving perfect satisfaction and
the children are all progressing nice
David Moehnke made a business
trip to Portland Monday,
n. Martin, or Beaver Creek, la haul
Ing lumber ' through here from Dlx
Bros.' aaw mill to build blm a house
Albert Larklns, Eugene Cummins
and son. Archie, had good luck Sun
day In the form of a big buck deer.
Their hounds started It over near Tim
bergrove and before tbe -hounds ran
It very far tbey killed It. There
seems to be quite a number or deer
around. L. Wallace, over near Falls
View, killed one and Robert 8nodgraaa
and hla aon-ln law, Wm. Bohlander
killed two fawns with the help of tbelr
Henry Guenther la visiting his par
ents here at present.
. There were aome folka out to loon
at the Emll Ouenther place Monday.
Mr. Moehnke la thinking of renting u
and moving nome again.
Everybody aubacrlbe for the Knter-
prise. It la worth Ite price many
We are still enjoying beautiful fah
weather; for 17 days no rain except a
little sprinkle on the 23rd. and farm
work goea steadily on. In aome places
a slight frost haa helped to ripen the
potatoes, ao aome are being dug rear
ing the rain, which la sure to come In
time. ' .
i Ous Gebhardt has had teams ana
men plowing and preparing tbe ground
f6r a five acre field of hops, which he.
intends to Dlant thla fall.
Fred Baker hauled his binder nome
from Mr. Gage's field on the afternoon
of Hallowe'en Just In time to escapo
the hobgoblins, who were out in iuii
force at night aa usual, although they
hardlv ever do much damage in Staf
ford. Just remove a rew gates ana e
home, and the vlctlma feel disposed
to laugh at their evident labors, and
sing with Mr. Gage aa he replaced hi
heavy gate alone, while It took alx
huaky boys to remove it
Boys will be boys,
Wherever they be.
And more I will tell you
um nt afford bovs served me.
John Byrom, 80 years old and still
active, and hla wife, a few years
younger, vlalted at Mr. Mllam'a for a
week or more. He la a brother of E1.
Byrom'a, of Tualatin, who la two or
three yeara hla aenlor and haa been
.r fnehle for the past month. John
Byrom bad not been here since the
naming of Stafford, about 40 years In
ract. Hla home la In California. Ho
sees a great change In the country as
he remembers It, and but few of the
men and worden he remembers In their
nrima are left, the majority gone to
that long home and aome to other
Anson Henry, son of the late Goi
Henry, who had the house now
owned by Mr. Weddle, H. -E. Hayed
being the architect and builder aDouc
the year 187, waa calling upon old
frlenda and neighbors last week. The
family sold out here and went tp
Olympla. Hla son la on his wsy to
Out of Town
Houolulu, where be la offered a luc
rative poaltlon. ,
Men are taking advantage of tbe
fine weather to burn slashing, fence
corners and other debris, and the
lights look cheerful every evening.
The meetings at the new chapel
which have been held every evening
for two weeks, were discontinued on
tbe 2th. Vlr. and Mrs. Neal are both
good speakers, and we believe earnest
In their chosen work. Their words
and work seem to say, "Come let w
reaaon together." They never occupy
the rostrum aa a place for spectacular
gymna.lica, or shouting aa from the
housetop, but thfelr Influence la felt
like tbe quiet stream flowing through
the meadows, while the torrent teiri
through leaving only muddy waters
Tbe sick are In-proving. Mra. Atly
and Mrs. Baker are both able to be
up again, and Mra. Pomperlne. who la
never veiy atrong, Is aa well as usual
Mrs Powell has auother one of her
sinter's children to care for, the ala
ter being In tbe hospital at Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snyder are visit
ing Mr. Snyder's mother, Mrs. Uoerth.
They may locate here for the winter
Kv. A. O. White and bride, of Bll
verton, conducted services here Sun
day. Kd. Ogle has moved' his family to
Aurora, where he has purchaaed prop
erty. We are sorry to lose Mr. and
Mrs. Ogle, but what la our loss la
Mra. C- O. Tull was In Portland most
of last week having dental work done.
Tbe Ladles' Aid society of the Unit
ed Lutheran church, met at Mrs. WitM
stad's last Wedneaday.
Riley Veteto haa moved hla family
back to Mrs. Veteto's mother, Mra.
Dement, for the winter.
tw.. k? a xakt-i h va In m Har nn
tU - " " "
Kfound for a new church.
Mlsa Beasle Brudvlg bTAInanyrvi-
Ited ber parenta Sunday. Mlaa Brud
vlg has a hair dressing establishment
The boys observed Hallowe'en with
tbelr osuat Urge number of pranks.
Jaa. Erickaon went to Portland Tues
day on buslneaa.
Many frlenda of Mra. Jessie Preston
Boecoe followed her to her last rest
ing place Saturday. She leaves three
sisters, ona brother, her husband, he
sides a large number of friends to
mourn fcer demise. Services were con
ducted by Rev. Rosing, or Canby,- in
terment waa . In the Scandinavian
Mra. Jamea Ogle and Mra. Ed. Ogle,
of Aurora, were calling on friends here
The two Mra. Crosses were In an
auto wreck In South Portland laat Fri
day. Tbey came Into collision with a
street car similar to the Judd acci
dent, only no one "was hurt. The'r
auto waa damaged about 1 200.
J. L..Tubb haa one lamp of hla auto
mobile cltDoed off by a horse and bug
gy crossing hla path at an angle oi
about 45 degrees at tbe end or Seventh
atreet. Oregon City. ' James' starting
crank alao aasumed the-same angle of
the horaea' direction, and tbjs had to
be bent back before the machine
would "crank." No one waa badly
Claude Marsh haa returned home
from Eastern Washington with a new
"guard" grown over hla upper lip.
John Stubba mall clerk No. 2. will
move Into the Tom Dibble residence
soon aa hla new daughter gets a m
tie stronger. x
Mr. Rastall. who died In Portland
MnnHir waa burled In the Adams
H. A. Kavler haa aold hla commer
cial orchard. Including 40 acree or land
ror 9145 per acre. .
Four mllea or thla end of tbe Clack
amaa Southern Is about ready for the
The Powell ramlly haa given up the
hotel business ror tbe present.
Mrs. Everman Robblns and aon have
returned to Molalla much Improved u
Mr. and Mrs. W. .W. Everhart re
turned home last Saturday looking aa
natural aa ever.
Mra. Llllle Austin and Ray are via
king relatives at present In Tygh VaV
Yea. brother Uberal scribe, you are
right In aaylng Molalla haa no use ror
the saloon. We want no more saloon
nroeDerltv. We have had our nil oi
that, when farms paaaed over tbe wet j
counter, when our institutions were
slobbered over, our good cltlsens much
burnt out Internally, because the vile
stuff was too handy. Home duties
were neglected for same cause, our
young men were deprived or their best
Intellect and Utterly cut up. Mothera,
wlvee and children were dishonored
and disgraced, lxt him that must con
tinue In his fixed wet course take to
some secluded hollow tree and dlw
grace his own personal liberty. Tbe
saloon business la going out oi aate
with, us 'and good homes taking Ita
John Jones haa been busy hauling
hay from hla place thla week.
John Puts and Otto Sorenson, who
had been digging a well at the Tim-
bergrove school house, struck water
Monday, the depth being fifty feet
L. Dlx, of Hlllsboro, assisted by 0.
Care, of Bee Hllla, have Improved the
looks of Mrs. Dlx'a house very much
. A surprise was given last Sunday In
honor of Miss Florence Btromgreen,
who- celebrated ber thirteenth birth
day.' A large number of her frlenda
and schoolmates were present, who
enjoyed themselves very much
J. Dlx aad Ollle Hanson, of Shubel,
called on the former's mother. Mrs.
Dlx, last Sunday.
Mr. and Mra. J. Puts visited Mr. and
Mrs. Schlewe Sunday.
School Is progressing nicely with
Miss Wilson as teacher.
Mr. Elliot made a trip to the flour
mills at Mullno laat week.
, Colton haa another merchant.
Farmers have been taking advantag
of tha nice weather. In digging pota
toee, plowing, sewing grain, clearing,
The sewing bee which was neia at
jMrs. C-rl Btromgreen a last Thursday
was muca enjoyw u u "
were present. .
Norman Sorenson, who had been
stavtne with his brother at Colton,
returned to hla home at Sllverton last
C. E. Moran waa In Portland on busi
ness this week.
Msx Da via la digging a well for It
Word haa been received from W. K
Parker and family, who moved to
Southern Oregon a few months since
Tbey are nicely located at Central
Edward Revenue la spending a we
In tbe mountains bunting.
Mrs. J. W. Dickson and daughter.
Josephine, are visiting In Grosbam.
Justice Shelley started across the
mountains with a drove of horse t
James T. Edgerton made a firing
trio to hla ranch from Portland In an
an automobile laat Saturday.
Herman Webater la visiting bis sta
ter Mrs. Benjamin Beach.
Jerry Frlel la vlaltlng bla brother J.
T. Frlel, Jr.
George Flynn baa , returned from
A nretty wedding waa aolemnlzed at
noon, October 29, at the home of Mr
and Mra. R. B. Holcomb, when Lul'i
E. Hay ward and Charles W. Casio
were united In marriage. Helen Hol
comb and Meta Hayward. with bas
kets of flowers, and Verna Andrews,
ss ling bearer,- attended the bride, at
she took ber place beside tbe groom
who awaited ber In tbe beautifully
decorated bay window of the parlor.
Tboae assembled atood while Rev. W.
II. Mayer pronounced tbe Impressive
ring ceremony. Tbe bride wore a
nale blue sown over blue silk with
delicate - trimmings of blue and gold
braid and carried a boquet of bride i
rosea. Mra. Holcomb, aaslsted by
Mesdsmea Louenberger, E. O. Hay
ward and B. L Franks, aerved a wed
ding breakfast or coffee, sandwiches
salads, cake, and Ice cream. Many
lovelr and useful ruts were displayed.
of linen, china, glass and allver from
frlenda at home and abroad. Among
the gueata preaent were Rev. W. H.
Meytr and Mra. Meyer, Mrs. j. a
Lr"aete-,-liv and-MrBalAjCastolcbea. U a moderate length.
Miss Kate Casto. Mr. and Mra. Theo
dore Miller, Mr. and Mra. H. A. An
drewa and children, Mr. and Mrs. A.
O. Hayward, Mrs. O. A. Helm. Mr.
and Mra. E. O. Hayward. Mr. ana Mrs.
R. B. Holmes, Mr. and Mxa. B. L.
Franks, Mr. and Mra. C. E. Bpence,
Mr. and Mra."T. L Da via, Mr. ana
Mrs. A. - A. 8pangler, Mr. and Mra.
Dennla Drlscoll. Mra. Isabella Casto,
Mra. H. A. Barden. George Harden,
Clyde Drlscoll. Miss Echo Bpence, Mrs.
C. A. Treasnon, Mr, and Mra. R. D.
MUla, Mra. Emma R- Capps, Mr. ana
Mra. W. F. Haberlach. Mr. aad Mra,
H. Kuppenbender. After a ahort vlalt
with friends In Mllwaukle and Port
land Mr. and Mra. Casto returned to
tbelr home at Alpine farm. Monday
Mr. and Mra. Bullard vlalted with
relatives In Portland Wedneaday.
Elmer Veteto, of New Era, ta ahing-
llng Geo. Laxelle a house.
Mrs. GrlranC or Portland, waa a Sun
day guest or Mr. and Mra. H. Scheer.
Mrs. Lennle Snook waa a weea-ena
gueat or Nettle Burgoyne, of New Era.
Miss Alta Cox ia teacmng a. very
successful term of school.
A few friends gathered at the home
of Mr. and Mra. George Laselle Tuea
day evening In honor of their aon, m.
J. Laaelle'a 24th birthday. The even
ing was spent very pleaaantly In cards
and music. A delicious luncheon waa
served the guests.
Miss Florence Gamble, of Portland,
waa a Sunday gueat of Mra. A. IL
Clyde Harvey la vlaltlng bla father
at Goldendale. Wash.
Mrs; Geo. 8chrelmer haa so far re
covered aa to be out with her frlenda
once more. - .,,
Frank Shaw came near having his
woodsawlng outfit burned up this
mornlnr He haa been aawlng on Jonn
Carlson's place for the past two or
three weeks and last night Carlaon
Bet Are to an old anag In tbe midst
of the fallen timber and brush and by-
mornlng there waa quite a nre, Bomaj
of tbe nelghbora discovered It bj4 no
tified Mr. Shaw who got there-Just
In time to save Ma outfit
The new sawmill at Mullno will soou
be ready ror operation. Tbe building
la np and part or the machinery on the
Ines Snodgrass sprained her ankie
laat Friday and haa had to go u
crutcaea for a few daya.-
Guy Jewett la able to be out again
hut not able to work any yet
Work on the railroad la progressing
nicely. One crew la at Suaa wngni a
Dlace at Liberal and one on tne line
near Bob Bullard'a. The weather
seems to be made to order for rail
road work. '
Tom Fish la In Portlaiftl thla week
serving on the grand Jury. Mra. Fish
accompanied him aa far aa Greshain,
where she Is visiting relatlvea.
Thla la Ideal weather for digging
potatoes and clearing land.
Mra. Anna Boylann little girl Lola
' Henry Cadlnan, It la reported, "Visit,
ed friends here last week, i
Dan Stahlnecker la helping Mr
Lewis Vallen dig potatoes, i- r
W. T. Henderson Just finished dig
ing an acre of potatoes. He reallrtl
200 bushels of aaleaoie potatoes.
Wlllla Cox. or Estacada, in company
with Mra. Herring and daughter, were
vlsttora of Mr. Cox V Sunday.
L. Baker went to Estacada Satur
Mlsa Lulu Miller, tne acnooi teacuer
here, went with them to Estacada,
thence to her home In Oregon City,
anendlna- a few hours at home.
Mlaa Wouna Vallen visited Mra.
M. 8urfua and Mra. Dan Stahlnecker
Mrs. Helen Strom green had a sew
ing bee last Wednesday arternoon. Re
freshments were served.
Mr. Beardsley and wife apent Sun
day at W. T. Henderson's.
Marven Parka and wife, of Spring
water.' were guesta of W. T. Hender
son's one day last week. The form
er's visit was In tba interest of thi
Mrs. Alice Dibble visitea Mrs. m.
Surfus and Mra. Dan Stahlnecker Ftl-
Lewis Vallen peddled beef at
wnta a pound last week.
Mrs. Elmer Dibble visited Mra. Dell'
Sunday evening the Elwood Eo
fieavore will render a ahort program
The feeoant Style of Sleuae le Keens'
Peasant bodices reuiulu In style,
though their severity la relieved by
braiding, tucklogs and embroldertew.
Tbe fssblonsble sleeve of Ibe winter
ends half wsy between tbe wrlxt and
tbe elbow. It haa a all Incb During
caff! slightly stiffened, by an under
sleeve of all over lace or net Onlahed
with a frill of late.
Navy blue silk serge, surah silk or
French serge wHI be the material for
. wuier tcckko blocs
tbe one piece street dress of tbe au
tumn. Its neatness recommends It to
he business girl for office wear.
Some of tbe new cloth coats are
forty inches long, while thlrty-ela
Tbe modish waist Hue remain! srtcht-
y raised, with a narrow belt of the
material aecming Ibe skirt to the
Tbe tucked blouse In peassnt style le
a pretty one for many materials. If
narrow fabrics are used tbe Joining
may be made beneath the tucks. Tbe
yoke in tbe blouse pictured Is a novel
and attractive one and la made from
II over lace. JCDIC CHOLLET.
This May Maatoa pattern le cut la alaoa
from H to tochee fcuat BMasura Bend
M Mill to this office, sivlnf numbar. 71 .
and It will bo promptly forwarded lo you
br mail. If In baste Band aa addiiioami
two cent stamp for totlar poatac. which
tasorae more prompt delivery.
Fan Shaped Trimming a en the New
Hate leathered Effects.
Fana on hats'. They are really not
fane, but ornament a made of various
materials In fan shape. Tou bare
seen tbe trick done ever alnce you
were a child with afty piece of ribbon
or Daper that waa convenient and
now thla trick la used to achieve
hat trimming. Tbe wide open fan la
placed In front of tbe hat. and tbe
colors used harmonize with tne nat
coloring or ta In direct contrast with
One wonders bow long and bow
wide ostrich feathers are likely to
srx oobkd skikt.
grow. The shops are showing a most
wonderful selection. Gigantic feather
butterflies of tropical colons fringed
with algreta. are a novelty. In os
trich plumea some are of vivid pink.
fringed with black or smoke gray.
Many Of them.ahow three -bade of
Tbe tarn crown surmounting a rolled
or other smsll brim la a favorite ttila
fall among the velvet add felt bate.
One style has proved so attractive that
already IL baa beeq copied from tbe
Imported model a number of times. It
baa a full, rather low tam of white
surah, pushed up a bit at one side by
tbe trimming, and a brim of blnck
velvet In a bat that costs between
$15 and $30 tbla la a One model.
Thla eklrt gives a panel effect front
and back, yet la all In one with In
Terted plaits at the aides, which pro
vide a comfortable flare for walking.
, JUDIC CHOLLET.
Thla May Manton pattarn la cut In staea
from M to M Inchea walat moasura. Send
10 conta to thla office, rlvms number. TIM.
and It will bo promptly forwarded to yon
by mail. If In haste send an additional
two cent atamp for letter poatas. which
tnauroa more prompt dallvory.
f Crying tne neurs.
Roman public criers called out the
hours before the Introduction of water
clocks In 1IW B. C.
WIN YOUR SPURS
Young men talk of trusting to the
spur of the occasion. That trust
is vain. Occationa cannot make
spurs. If you expect lo make spur
you must win them. I' you wish
to use them you must buckle them
lo your heela before you go into
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Wholesale Jobbers contlntfe to shade
their sugar quotations and sales at
Ibis time, are general 60c per hundred
pound, under the prices Hated.
.The Hat price of sugar la unchanged
and purchaaes are billed out at that
figure, but tbe amount of the cut la
deducted when the bills are paid.
Sugar refiners are not making any
change In their quotations, but tbe
market la considerable weaker. How
ever, Jobbers are at thla time selling
sugar In tbe local territory at a much
lower price than they, can obtain It
at tbe refinery.
Practically everyone la atlll loaded
up with sugar, jobbera nave made
more money from the recent advancea
than ever before In the history of tbe .
bualneaa. Tbey purchaaed huge sup
plies much in advance of the time of
delivery, and when the Block waa de
livered the market was always far
beyond what they paid for the stock.
While they nre now In a hurry to let
go of their supplies In fact most of
them have unloaded three quarters of
their speculation (heir profile axe
still very heavy even at the cut
Thla Is the first time for years
that wholesalers have "put It over"
tbe refiners and the latter are there-'
fore figuring upon a scheme ao that
It will never happen again. In form
er advancea the pro flu of specula
tion went to refiners, but this time
the wholesalers reaped the benefits.
Prevailing Oregon City prlcea are
aa follows: .
HIDES (Buying) Green hides,
te to 8c; aaitera, 6c to 6c; dry hides.
12c to 14c; sheep pells, 25c to 76c
Hay, Grain, Feed.
HAT (Buying) Timothy. $12 to
$15; clover, $8 to $9; oat hay, best. $
to $10; mixed, $9 to $12; alfalfa, $15
OATS (Buying) Gray. $25 to
$27; wheat $32 to $33; oil meat $53;
Shady-Brook - dairy I eeL $L2S . per,,
FEED -Bhorta, $27 to $28; rolled
barley, $37.50; proceas barley. $38.50;
whole corn, $37; cracked corn, $38;
white, $28 to $27; bran $27 to $28.
Butter, Poultry, Egga.
FLOUR $4.50 to- $5-2. .
BUTTER (Buying) Ordinary
country butter, 25c to 30c; fancy
dairy, 30c; creamery, 20c to 35c
POULTRT (Buying) Hens, lie
to 12 1-2; broilers, 11c
EGGS Oregon ranch egga, 30c to
. Frulta, Vegetables.
DRIED FRUITS (Buying) .
Prunes on basis of 8 1-4 pounda for 45-60'a.-
SACK VEGETABLES Carrots.
$1.25 to $150, per sack; paranlps,
$1.26 to $1.50; turnips, $1.25 to $L60:
Prunes, on basis of 8 l-4c for 45 and
POTATOES Best buying 70c ' to
85c per hundred.
ONIONS Oregon. $1.25 to $150 per
hundred; Australian, $2 per hundred.
, BEEF (Live weight) Bteera. 5e
and 6c; cows, 4c: bulla, 8 1 2c
VEAL Calves bring from Se to
13c, according to grade.
MUTTON Sheep, Se .an $Hc;
lamba, 4c and fic
HOGS 125 to 140 pound hoga, llc
and lie; 140 to 200 pounds, loo and
PARKERS RETURN HOME.
Gladstone Family Have Delightful
Trip In Eastern States. '
Mr. and Mra. A. F. Parker, of Glad
atone, have returned home after an
absence of ten weeka In Eastern
states. , Mrs. Parker'a father, J. J.
Burgeaa, who haa also been In the
East visiting relatives, ' returned to
Oregon also. The latter made the
trip Unaccompanied, and while In the
East celebrated hla ninety-second
birthday. He la enjoying the best of
health. All had a most delightful
trip, but they are glad to be back In
MARRIED 35 YEARS, 8HE SUES.
C. A. Hedgea filed ault for divorce
Friday against ' George W. Hedgee.
They were married in Ohio In 1876.
The plaintiff allegea that her hus
band deaerted her In May, 1908. while
they were living In Puyallup. Wash. -
' Suea For $193.72.
H. H. Hughes, through Attorney W.
A. Dlmlck. filed ault for $193.72. alleg
ed to be a balance due for merchan
dise, against J. B. Cumins. The orig
inal bill waa 1,099.83. $818.11 of wbicn
haa been paid.
SHIVELY OPERA HOUSE
Sunday, -Nov.. 5'
B Production of 5
With a bplendtd Cost in
t eluding the .
YJ in the World
I r greatest: play? :r
A iBBJUl IBS) IHJ" III W'lUiJi
Prices: , 25c,t50n475c.
Seats on talc at Jcmei Drc?