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MORNING ENTERPRISE, TIIUltBDAY, NOVEMBEK 23, 1911.
Ladies' Coat Talk
u' liml received tn"9i "anlflretit Una of Udlea' Coat. vr
i.mnlrd W showB ' Oregon City. Ttie.e roata tr, eolectod
ia great '' 10 tb '"" of 0r,"n n, hal up to
I, imU Our aaeorimetit U very lam an,! in tbia hlp-
,r, ilia new Iteveroable Coats In Oray and ajlue and Maroon and
rtTwit Tan nd Purple Coate with lirg. cellar and antra wJd tuff.,
Z ur " meterlal .
H,for buying see our Dae of Coata end you then ran be poud
M abai a up lo date.
Price I0 to $25
. J. LEVITT
Our Window Suspension Bridge Corner
ASK FOR PREMIUM TICKETS
Stories from Out of Town
fur the arreet aa conviction
t-aay person r pereoue. bo
M ! . . eoDleS of The
luntt Enterprise from la.
fnm. .., ...I,.erlt.are afler
j cam' .
15 An taHy Clrtt. J
10 tailing Bldg., Portland.
Phone Main (1(1.
TarBer-lf In oartb were oiluiy lo
Ss M week reenilile-
Twrhor-A rar Why. TrddyT
tVboUr lwrauu II would bo but
bw ground -New fur. Man
Caarlee Kharoke. of Canby, waa In
Ala city Tueaday.
lata Jnnea. of lleaver Crook. was
It tfc rlty Wednesday.
Dafld Moehuae. of Hbul-el was In
ik city Wodnoaday.
Mr A V.. June, of Eldorado, waa
ll'OroROti City Wednesday.
atlta klalilo Tower, of Portland. Is
hi tt! city flatting frlonda.
V. R. WiHxlland, of iMtrr, Is regis
tered at l ho fclectrlc Hotel.
Mrs Steve Umrin. of Iloaver
Creek, waa In thla rtty Wodnoaday.
Mr. and Mra. W. P. Klrcbom. of
Utn, were In thla city Wodnoaday.
Horn. Tueaday, Novomhor 21. to lb
wlf of Johnnl IhiKior, of Parkplac
R. II kulaht. a wall known younu
un. of canby. wu In thla city Wod
Mr Murphy, of Portland, la In thla
city vlmtni her parenta, Mr. snd Mra.
J O. Htaata
W. W Korna. of Mullno. waa In thla
city WVrrinoaday, rottlatirlng at th
Porro llrarkotL of Ilond. Or.,
ta tb la city Ttioaday. a furtt of Mr.
and Mra. C. O. Miliar.
T. Vorhloa. of lUlnlor. who baa
bora In tbla city on bualnraa, baa ro-
turnd to hla homo.
A. M. Vlnvard. ono of lb prominent
frmr of Canby. waa In thla city
nodnraitny on bualnoaa,
Mr. nnrl Mra. William Olntbor. of
8hub. wrll known roaldonta of tht
plare, oro In thla city Wodnoaday
Mra. (harloa LoncRood. of Port-
Mini. wh- haa boon In thla City IH
lug frlonda, haa returned to hor homo
GrorKK Crraory. a nromlnont roal
nt and toaaol irrowor, of Molalln
M In thla clt Tuoadar and wen
Mra. M. l Tautach. of P-ndloton(
bo haa honn in thla rlty aa a (iieat
of Mra. A. U floatlo. haa rotnrnod
K hr Irniio.
Rltlnrd flrhoonhorn. who hM bfon
l'ln )ino farm work on hla frm at
Eldorado for aoveral daya, has return
"i 10 tiroRon CHy.
R. B. A. Bmlth. a former roaldon
of Onuurt riT. waa tranaartlnK bual
" In OroKon City Wednesday, no
i"o vlDiting frlonda
Tho Himiliiy School flraded ITnlon
nrt Toiirhura' Tralnlnar cl wU1
"'t Thuradav afternoon at 8:80
o'rl'M'k at the ConKreRMtlnna church
THrl Rrhmiinr of rnrua. waa In tnl
Hy tranaactlng bualneaa Wodnoaday
Mra. Hal IJnaloy. of lloaor Crook
moni the Oroiron City vianor
Mlua Mnnt Vlnar nf Portland. 1 'n
"! nty. and la a mioat t the horn
'f Mr. and Mra. W. R. Pratt, havln
romo hor to attend the dancing party
n h the Willamette Club.
Mr And Mra Paw Stowe. of Web-
tr City, Iowa, heve arrived In Ore-
fn City, and are vlaltlng iw. ana m.-.
C A. Htuart. Thla Mr. Stowe
1"t vlMlt to Oregon for aeventeen
A. J ii... who haa hoen at Bauvlea
llnd f.ir aevoral day, where he ac
"ompnnled a party of four on a bjini-
ln trip, haa returned to urfa
Um ituM ...n.r,t inrk and many oi
frlonda are feaatlng on aome or
'he duck a he baa brought nom.
llel Newman, the little "laughter
of Mra. Newman, who waa taken til ot
typhoid foyer eereral weeka ago, ia
mi..ti i a rnmnllcatlona aei
In and her condition for
..ii..t in., to at the borne or
Mra. UU Btrlckland. In Qladatone.
Mrk n r n.honk. of Portland, waa
In thla city W.dne.dey. hwlnf j come
v. w.. hnahand. who naa
w w tioii. " ' ;
Mr and Mra William !etra, who
roi'iitly inrrbiiaod a houae and lot on
Klvnb and Jrfferaon atroota, have
tikrti mr rlon, after many Improve
iront. Iiavo loen raado. The pron
orty formerly belonged to A. W.
Hr. 'arid lra. - l. K Hiuart, who
formerly roalded In Oregon City, but
are no roaldonta of Newberg. whore
lr, Htuart Ik practicing medicine,
have boon In Oregon City vlaltlng the
former' eon, lr. C. A. Stuart and
wife They returned to their borne
Henry Bhunnborg. of Mocow, Idaho,
waa In thla city Haturday and Sunday,
a gueat of Mr. 'and Mra. A. It Doo
llttle, and abe bad not aeoo blm for
forty five yoara. He haa largo prop
erty lntorota In Idaho, and during
Ihe aummar make hi Bom at ijiko
helan, whore be haa a beautiful sum
Tbo launch "Tereaa." belonging to
Itr. C. A. Btuarl. which waa waanea
war from Ita landing by the bigb
water, haa "boon found by Hmltb and
Hooey, and waa not damaged, although
It drifted for almoot a mile down
tream, lodging near the llacaamae
Mra imn Orlffln. who reontly mov
ed to GtadatHie from Honnevtlle, vo
receive medical treatment, la Improv
ing, and la able to wan anoui me
room without the aid. of her crutcheo.
Mra. (Jrlffln baa boon an Invalid tor
the paat two yoara. ana onaerweui
wo eurglral oeraiiona oi mo inu.
Ono waa recently periorrnea oy it.
C. A Ktuart.
Waltar IhiiiKlaa made a brief bul
n. ylait to Kantorn Oreaon lt woek.
Murray and Carl Clark were agree-
jalily aiirprlaod .Thuraday nlgbt when
a crow of their frlonda and neigh
bor walked up to the door, giving a
yell, thereby apprlalng tbetn of tbolr
preaeitc A Ixnit iH were prevent and
prut h plximunt evening playing
ganie and enjoying a aoclal time to
geiher. Hliortly after 11 o'cUxk a
hue etipper waa partaken of and aoon
after all returned home, tired but hap
py, and longing for another party to
attend in the near future.
K I. Palfrey, of Molalla, waa In the
Mr and Mrv. Hraith moved Into their
new houne on the Carter place Hat.
Mra. Valtr Ixiuglaa waa a Port
land vUltor the latter part of last
Mla Anna Imncan made hor folk
a abort vlalt Hnttirday and Sunday.
j Mr. and Mra. J. P. Woodle and
daughter, Nottlo, wore the gueata of
I Mr and Mra. tiny Woodle Sunday.
! )lk (llbaon waa a Hart on vlaltor
Kugle Crook firange bold Ita regular
I meeting Haturday. After the uaual
rou 1 1 m of bualnoaa a fine chicken din
ner waa eerved
J. I) Chltwood waa a Grange vlaltor
Mr. .ind Mra. W. J. Howlett took din
nor with Mr. and Mra. Ouy Woodle
Mr. and Mra. Charloa Murphy and
children, Mlar Armoda and Perry, Mr.
and Mrs. Kay Woodle and liaby U
He apent Hunday afternoon with Mr.
and Mrs Will Douglaa
Ceorgo Kltzmlller and family called
kin, of Portland, were Hunday gueatg
of Mr. and Mra. A. II. Harvey, the
former' parenta. .
- Mlaa Anna Wllehart. of Oregon City,
apent Thtiraday with ber alaler, Mra.
Mr. Kullard la harvaatlng hla crop
Mlaa Rachel McCord, of Seattle,
made a week's vlalt with ber parenta,
Mr. and Mrs. William McCord.
Mrs. Henry Bchoer received word
that her alator, Mr. Kuaell, waa very
sick at the home of hor alater. Mra. A.
Hmlth In Wanetche, Waah.
Mra. George Schromor, who ba
been confined to her home the laat
month, on account of her poor health,
la Blowing Improving.
Mr. Cox, of Portland, called on hla
alater, Mlaa Alta Cox. who la teach
ing school at this place.
Mr. and Mrs. Hoops, of Mount
Ploaaant, who recently Bold their
farm, are llvhig with her alater, Mra.
Mra. Fmlly Shaw, the achool aupe-
vlaor, vlalted the acoool Wodnoaday
and waa well ploaaod with the pro
gress made since ber laat. vlalt and
her auggoatlona are greatly appreciat
ed by the teacher.
Mlaa Clara Etchlaon la vlaltlng In
Bt, Johna this week.
Claude Vanhoy. who haa been spend
ing the summer near Goldendale,
Wash., on hla ranch la spending a
month here with hla parenta.
Mr. Dugan, of Mullno, waa tran
aacttng bualnoaa lo this berg Saturday
Mr. and Mra. Patton. of Salem, are
vlaltlng Mra. Patton'a parenta, Mr.
and Mra. Simpson, of Hood street.
first event of the new school 'a grand I
Mlas Levla Blackerby and uncle.
A. R. Wilcox, of Wood burn, H. M.
Ulackerby, of the bailee, and Mra.
W. Cook, of Albany, ail relatives of
Mrs. L Hi bontley, spent the week's
nd here visiting relatives.
L H. Osborn, of Oregon City, rep
resentative of the - American insur
ance and Accident Company, of port-
land, stopped bore Monday morning
on bis way to Portland. ' I
y. H. Dennett, the barber, met with
a painful accident Ft Ida y, while work
ing on bis new house. He bit bis
Uiumb and mashed It so as to lay blm
up for a few days. C. O. Brown, of
Oregon City, will have charge of the
shop while Mr. Iiennett Is unable to
Frank Itotler, of Independence,
brother of Prof. J. Dean Butler, apent
the week's end here vlaltlng.
Dr. and Mra. retblg entertained at
dinner Hunday Mr. and Mra. F. H.
Wagner, of Portland.
Mr. and Mra. Prank Mason and two
sons, of Portland, spent Sunday after
noon with Mrs. J. H. Urabam and
Mr. and Mra. Clarence Murphy, of
Naa Flrland, brother of Mrs. William
Wells, apent Sunday with the Well
. . "
- The Morning Enterprise has iurchasod f roiu. the
Elliott GarnL'e a new 1012 Model T five-passenger
Ford automobile to be given away as a premium 10 a
on Mr. and Mrs. fiuy Woodle Sunday--Mra.-Preaton Is at borne again af-
ovenlng. George tied bis team to me
fence but when they went out to re
turn homo, no horses or vehicle was
vlalble, they having broken tooae and
tearing tbo fence partly down, naa
gone up the road a ahort dlatance
where i hoy wore found quietly feM-
,n" .. .
Mr and Mrs. Jim DeShator called
on Mra. lHna(er's mother, Mrs. Viola
Ikmgla Sunday afternoon.
p. W. Batee was aeon over this way
lat Friday. .
The Twonty-Nluora met at the borne
. . h
of Mr. and Mra. tdw
Tueaday evening. Twenty-nine waa
Indulged In until a late hour wnen a
luncheon waa served. Wednesday
night la the regular night for the
meeting of thla club, but owing to mo
Willamette Club dance It waa decree-
to meet Tueaday evening. r. anu
Mra. II. 8. Moody will entertain tne
club at their home on Ninth street.
t, m at tha meeting Tuesday
evening wore Mr. and Mr. Henry
J.mo. OM.Hey, Mr. """i
Hmlth Moody. Mr. anu m.-. j --
wl. Canby Bcnwao
Thomas Petor Kan-.n. . -
U.ula Adam Morna anu m..
Several apple orcharda are being
planted at Garfield thla fall.
Wm. Wilcox, a pioneer of thla sec
tion, la III at hla home.
G. T. Hunt, road supervisor of Dis
trict No. 49. Is opening the Honebon
Mr and Mrs. Wm. Dale returned
Monday from a vlalt to their daughter
at Hood River.
Mrs. Stella Woodard. of Oregon
City, visited hor slater. Mra. Ray W1V
Members of Garfield Orange have
Juat built a fine horse anea on me
hThe macadam road scientifically
constructed In road district number
10 thla year, la an object lesson In
mad bnlldlng. More of the same kind
of roads will be constructed next year
In districts number 10 and 49.
Mr. Pyle. a clerk In the Estacada
Mercantile Company'a office, waa mar
ried recently to Miss Street. They
I will make their home in r-
Miss Msrle Harvey and K. A. Wa
ter spending a month with ber daugn
ter at Seattle!
Will Olllett, of Walla Walla, Wash.,
la vlattlnc relatives here.
Meaara. Moore and Fraacle. of
Clarkoa. were tranaacting bualneea
Mr. and Mra. Maxon, of Highland,
were auosts of Mrs. A. 8- Martin,
Rev. S. B. Moffltt. of Newbery, Is
the guest of J. W. S. Owens this week,
who Is making preparation to hold
a aeries of meetings In tnat Mount
View church, beginning Friday at X.
J. T. Hammond and family, who
have apent the laat two montha In
H. Br ad t a houae have moved out to
Bert Cummlna' mill.
Thomaa Berber was visiting friends
In this berr Saturday and Sunday.
Oacar Mar and wife, of Beaver
Crook, apent Sunday with bta parenta.
, Messrs. A. Manta and O. A. Vanhoy
butchered their bogs Tuesday.
Elmer Dlnon went to Forest Grove
Wednesday where he acted as juage
of a poultry abow at mat place
J. A. Waltera. of California, arnvea
here laat week to spend the winter
with hla daughter. Mr. D. W. Griffin.
W. J. Alexander, Fred Harris, and
Mr. Llndaay, went to Portland Mon
day on bualnoaa. I
Mra. A. Ahalt aold 789 acres of
land In Eastern Oregon In Wheeler
county to A. C. Kaeh. of Oregon City.
Mr. and Mrs. Shumk. of Oregon
City, formerly of Eastern Oregon,
pent Sunday at the home of Mrs A.
8. A. Dobner, of Portland, waa here
Saturday on bualnoaa for the North
vest Rug Company.
Rev. R. Mlnard. of Portland, was
here Sunday afternoon looking over
Mrs. Virgil Clark and son George
were Portland visitors Monday.
Monday evening being the fourth
wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs.
A. Bonner, a surprise party was given
Mr. Bonner by bla wife and a few
friends. Five hundred was the main
feature of the evening and a fine
lunch. Those present were Mr. and
Mra. Strunqulat, Mr. and Mra. Tur-
ney, of Portland; Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Elblera, Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Wortb,
Ington. Mr. and Mrs. Charlea Worth-
Ington, George Huard, Mr. and Mrs.
Mra. Spldell and son Jack, also Mrs.
Clarence Buahong apent Wednesday
with Mrs. Fred Harris, In (Portland.
Mra. Hilton's brother, Mr. Shaw,
left Wednesday morning for his home
In the East, after a pleaaant visit of
several daya here with relatives.
Weatley McArthur, of Rldgefleld.
Wash., was here Wednesday, the guest
ef hla brother. Dr. J. H. McArthur and
Joseph Woendell, of Courtney ave
nue, moved his family to Portland for
the winter. He has sold his property
to L. B. Calklna and the family too
poasesslon November 15.
circulation contest to be inaugurated soon. There is
no car manufactured that exceeds the Ford in popu
larity, and last year the Ford factory sold one-fifth -of
all the cars purcliased in the United States. The ear
X is built for durability and is a roadster par-excellence.
(Jrant B. Diinick, W. A. Huntley, J. E. Hedges, C.
t Bchuel!, Captain J. T.- Apperson, F. M. Swift and
t E. P. Elliott are some of the users of Ford automo-
biles. There is value in a Ford car and the Morning
W . , . HT i .
. Enterprise proposes to give ono away. ve warn
tinore circulation and we liave spent $785 at one throw
to help get it Watch the Morning Enterprise for J
future announcements. The field is open. Every-
X IkkIv is going to have a chance to win this fine ma-
ma vain negrex.
The Brat parents were leaving the
garden together when Eve suddenly
stopped behind Adam. "Age before
000017." abe remarked, with more
truth than modesty.
"Hobr mattered Adam, with a
bcatfnlnos that was surprising. "If
that order had been followed when
the eerpent was Interviewed I bet we
wouldn't be walking out now r Puck.
The Parenta" and Toachera' Associa
tion of the Concord school district,
.111 hold a baiaar Saturday. Decern-
ber 2. afternoon and evening. A cafe
teria lunch will be served from 8 to
9 p. m. at the Concord school house.
There will be three booths a candy
booth, fancy work and a lunch booth.
Remember the date and make this
A Little Thoughtless.
Tb afraid that prima donna's lack
of mathematical knowledge Is going
to set me Into trouble." aald the man
ager. "Yon are obliged to accept any terma
"I am. But It waa a little thought
loaa of ber to Insist on my algnlng a
contract to pay hor 101 per cent of the
gross receipts." Washington Star.
OnPthe ftholf. " "
Aont nave you aUH that doll I gave
you. Doris? Doris-Yes. anntle. but
It'a broken and has been put away.
Have you ever been broken. aunUe?
Annt-Broken? What do you mean,
child? Doris-Why. I beard father aay
tbo other day be waa afraid you'd
soon be on the ehelf. and that's where
they've put the dolly.
Too many persons permit them
aclve to (ret over ti.flc. The hab
it of fretting at one that growt rap
idly unlet it i sternly rcpreaoed. and
the bct way lo overcome it is to
try alwayt to look on the cheerful
aide of lie. " .
Road We Morning nerprt-e.
DJEE BIG SUCCESS
The InlUal dancing party of the
1911-18 series of the WIHametU Club
In Buach's Hall Wednesday night was
a brilliant success ana xivim iae
real opening of the - Winter aeaaon.
The orchestra played tuneful musk:
and fruit punch and wafers were serv
ed. The dub plans to glvo the re
maining dances before the "Lenten
season. Those attending the opening
ball were Mr. and Mrs. U. IX iMtour-
eUe, Dr..Clyle Mount. Mrs "William '
H. Burghart, Jr., Harry oJ. Draper,
Mlaa Cla Barclay Pratt. Percy P. Can
field, Miss Elizabeth Gallegly, William
B. HowelL Miss Mary Ellen Long. Mr.
nd Mrs. Frank Buach. Mr. and Mra.
B. T. McBaln, Mr. and Mrs. Wimasa
H. Howell, Mr. and Mrs. W. R- Want
worth, Mr. and Mra. John F. Clau-k,
Mr. and Mra. John B. Lewtawane,
Mr. and Mrs. Tom P. Randall. Mr.
and Mrst Henry O'Malley, John Buaeh.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Gadke, Mr. ana
Mrs. M. J. Brown. Roswell U Holman. -Mlaa
Edna Holnaan. Mr. and Mrs.
George M. Hankins. 8. J. Manning,
Miss Ana AUdredge, Fred Hogg. Mlaa
Sedonla Shaw. Otto Hogs. Mlaa Rata
Brtghtbtll, Dr. and Mra. Cart H.
Melsaner. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Tobla,
Edward J. Buscb, Miss With AO
dredge. Mr. and Mra. Harry kV Moody,
Miss Margaret Brown, Marshall J.
Laxelle, Miss Mona King, Forbes B.
Pratt, Miss Wynn Hanay. C T. Par
ker, Mr. and Mrs. J. waueee um,
Roy Armstrong. Mtsa Kataryn manon.
R. B. Brown. Mr. and Mra. owara m.
Brodle. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Price, Mr,
and Mrs. William A. Saewnaaa. Mr.
and Mrs. Eber A. Caspian. Mlaa
Vada Elliott. H. A. Montgomery. Miss
Alice Shannon, William I Mulvey,
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Jennings, J. Lee
Caudeld, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Gay,
Miss Hlat, T. E. Hlat. Miss Stella
Campling. Roy O. Young. Miss Clarice
Znmwait, Miss Beryl Long. Rhea Cole.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hendry, Mlaa
Elaine King. Carl A. Bchrant, Mr. and
Mrs. B. T. Avlson. Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
Warner, Mr. and Mrs. Reginald
Meany, , , .. ., '
OF MISS NORA HANIFIN
ui... none and Clra Miller en-
r od In this city next ""- n"
rharloa Springer, of Portland. The
rn lI . devoted to guessing con
;;,a Same, and m.lr. J
ar, aa.ng contest Ijrj U O. J- J
Those attending were M ""
Miss Maraarot llan.nn. M -Kathryn
Miss Alice -..y.
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