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OREGON" CITY ENTERPRISE FRIDAY, JULY 1, 19.10.
FAIL TO MAKE RETURNS ON
MARRIAGE LICENSES TO
GERMANS FROM MANY OREGON
TOWNS HONOR PRESIDENT
OF LOCAL VEREIN.
j TEACHERS ARE CHOSEN FOR
, . COMING YEAR IN THE
The fiftieth birthday of lots
Sehnoerr. nresldent of the Herman ! CITY SCHOOLS.
society, in the park nt his nonio nt
Willamette-, was ce.ehruted Sunday.
MAY FACE INDICTMENTiSrS8 .roiTOOZE IS IN CHARGE
JCtty wore present. i
There were (towers and music,!
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presents rem iiimhuu. mom - - i, 10 nH
!'ieiles, speeches and a flno dinner Fall Term Open, September 19 and
! served nt the park to all the visit-1 Final Plm Will Soon Be
ors. It was a grand social gsiherlnir
j such ns the r.erman people can have.;
i where the whole family participate j
j in Innocent pleasure. j
I Thrt u.titr't:o of r-onerat llhltloll WaS I
PORTLAND TEACHERS CHOSEN
Many Clackamas County Pedagogue
Are in m torpi.
The names of many Clnckimins
County teiu'lu'is appear In the list
of the rorthiml corps, Miss Maude
tHke. who lias been tonchliiK at
IVndlelon, 1ms been e-nRitge-d In the
I Albion Humes! cad. and Harry t'.
Kustham In the .Jefferson Mull school,
Others who have been reflected arc:
l A. Head, principal Clinton Kelly;
Oilla Sholikoer. ('Union Kelly;
Kdlth Karr, fivston; Kiinnle tl. Ver
ier, principal t'nllliiK; May Kelly,
Falling; Myrtle Shonkwller, Haw
tliorne; Addle Clark, HlKhlaml; Alice
Shannon, Holladny: uirvttn
Kan. Montavllla. Kate 1, Porter,
Judicial Authorise Determined to
Punish Violation of Oregon
Statutei if Evidence Can
Ready for High School
Indictments may he returned
against more than one clergyman or
other official authorized to perform
marriage ceremonies because they
failed to make returns to the county
clerk as provided by law, within 30
days from the date "of the issuance
of the license. From the records of
the office of County Clerk Greenman
there has been compiled a list of the
licenses issued since January 13, 190S,
upon which no returns have been
made. The names of the persons se
curing the licenses and the name of
the person making the affidavit in
each instance follows:
Anna Eva Wester and Arthur E.
Pierce, by R. G. Pierce; Jennie Hilll
ker and John H. Cochran, by Edward
Pendergast; Bertha Robertson and
Amos Strait, by John Green; Martha
Prey and Edward S. Schlung. hy
Uvy Stipp; Lena Burhel and A. M.
Paddock, by A. Buchel; Marie Anas
tasie Leveque and V. L. Tlbbetts, by
Joseph Deters; Eva R. S. Clark and
John F. Douglas, by G. A. Hlbbard;
Lillian P. Burrow and Harry E. Tay
lor, by William Masters; Bernice M.
McKinley and George E. McLoughlin,
by George C. Brownell; Frida H.
Duns and W. L. Kirchem, by Mrs. W.
P. Kirchem: Mary E. Hoseington and
J. D. Pfiefer. by V. W. H. Sanson;
Susie Cole and E. A. Trusty, by B.
Richardson; Claudia Miller and Fred
A. Stevens, by J. I". Campbell; Ida
Ijviers and Charles Emmerson, by
R. D. Wilson: Dena Dlckelman and
Frank Dunmire. by J. W. McAnnlty.
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Two little sons of the celebrant re- Plolcd las m urda di,K b ,
.ponded in German. O. M. Klemsen ! hoard of directors. ; "
i presided and printed Mr. Schnoerr Pre) Erlckson was . leete J an -of
and wife with a beautiful solid oak j the Harclay and 1 J
hall tree and mirror. Otto Kleemnn. 1 the latter being ass Ignet . the I ar-,
pr..sident of the German Verband of clay. Followlns is a c n 1 'U is ,
! Oregon, presented him with a cut of the teachers for the coming m hool ,
I glass pitcher and water service. ; cai .
j Frank Busch. of Oregon City, deliv-, cy Superintendent - Fred J. S. :
, erod an address of congratulation onfooie. j
'behalf of Mr. Schnoerr's neishhors prm.I)al Hiuclav building A. O.
and fellow citizens. Mrs. Schnoerr j.,, j
v,n m yRrr..,ipa, Easlham bld,ng-John I
i JfXfZ'- Vsmtcor; in Mlgh Schoo.-Nh.ude,
Msttlev assistant principal; Kdna ;
REFUSE TO ALLOW
PASTOR TO DEPART
CONGREGATION OF PRESBYTER
IAN CHURCH GIVES MINISTER
TWO MONTHS' LEAVE.
by the ladles of Oregon City with a
with a great deal of feeling.
CASTOR I A
For Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Hava Always Bought
Saved at Death's Door.
The door of death seemed ready to
open for Murray W. Ayres. of Transit
Bridge, N. Y.. when his life was won
derfully saved. "I was in a dreadful
condition," he writes: "my skin was
almost yellow; eyes sunken: tongue
coated: emaciated from losing 40
pounds, growing weaker daily. Vim-'
lent liver trouble pulling me down to
death in spite of doctors. Then that
matchless medicine. Electric Bi'.ters. '
cured me. I regained the -irt pounds
lost and now am well and strong."
For all stomach, liver and kidney
troubles they're supreme. 3"c at
Jones Drug Co.
husband "had to defend Mmself; M? Veach-Mr. Ella
againsi an me nuacivs hi a .'. ,. ,. , r,,,i.,i i .-,uv iv!il.
.This he was able to do in an eloquent : "'. "rW f ';"'": I
, manner, and he s,oke from the heart Anna T. Smith. 1 Waff r. . ,
!..h . . h.i wn Mta Harding, Mrs. Helen LiL-et.,
i Pearl G. Cartliiige. Elizabeth l.allogly. i
Mrs. Gussle L Hull. Harriet Cochran.
'chrlstalH-l .lewett. Marcla Roinlg,
j Clara M. Chamlrlaln, Marlbel Che-:
The city sahools will open for the
Fall term on Monday. September IS'.
The necessary repair work around ;
the buildings will be under way In a I
short time. Excavat'ui for a base-
ment tinder the East ham building!
will be made, and the dirt removed j
! will be scattered over the Kasthaui'
Dipe j grounds. Concrete sidewalks will be!
constructed on the Eleventh street!
, side of the new High School building, i
West Oregon City Resident Stricken I The detailed plans and the spool-1
Suddenly at Astoria. j flcatlons for the construction of the i
(new High School building are now;
Jonathan Humphrys. who had being made up by the architect Aaron ;
been a resident of West Oregon City ; H. Gould, and will be presented to
since 1ST2 died suddenly at 9 o'clock '? dlreteors for their thia approval j
vesterdav 'morning at Astoria, where I within the next in days. II 1,1s for the
he had been vistlng his son. Charles. ! construction of the new building will
torlthe past month. Death was due; he asked for just as s.kui as the,
to heart disease. Mr. Humphrys was' plans are approved and the work!
about G vears of age and was a na--will be rushed on the structure, with
tive of England His wife was with : the object of having It ready f-r oc
him at the time of his death. The ' cupancy early next Fall. The Issue ;
following children survive him: John of $o.oo(i bonds for the purchase of!
R Fred W -Charles. Nicholas T. and a site and the erection and equipment ;
Mis Jessie Humnhrvs. The bod" of a High School building has been;
will be brought to Oregon Citv for taken by the First National Bank, of
burial. Oregon City.
Several weeks ago the Slsslon and
several other members of his church,
noting the 111 health of Uev. Mr.
ljindslKrough, the pastor, planned to
show their love for hint and appre
ciation for his services by a grant
of two or more months' vacation, nl
full pay, In order that he might try
another climate, rest and regain his
formvr strength. In the meantime,
however, he Intimated a desire to re
sign and accept a call from another,
church located under what he
thought more favorable conditions of
climate. I'pon the presentation,
however, of his request for release,
his congregation, unwlllng to give
him up If he could possibly remain,
promptly ami unanimously voted him
n two months' vacation, on full pay,
and expressed also the desire to
Increase the time. If necessary, for
him to fully regain his health. At
the Prosbyterlal meeting yesterday
the representatives from the church
renewed the offer of vacation nud
nsked that his pastoral relations, be
not now dissolved from the church,
hut that he try another climate and
return here lu September If well. Mr.
1-andslioroiigh acquiesced llnnlly In
the request and Presbytery did not
dissolve the pastoral relations.
The members of his church and
his many friends sincerely hope for
him a speedy and permanent recovery
that he may continue to live and
work among them.
The delegates from this city were
George Brown, C. Schuehel, A. K.
Frost and F. J- S. Toote.
Than the average suits at this price are the
special values we now have on sale at
This lot consists of about 500 suits m Serges
and Fancy Mixtures, Cassimercs and Worsteds.
Better values at this price can not be obtained.
ASK TO SEE OUR LINE OF BOYS'
CLOTHING, HATS AND SHOES
166-170 THIRD ST., PORTLAND, OREGON
REFUSED TO MARRY
A PORTLAND COUPLE
JUSTICE OF PEACE SAMSON
SAYS NAY AND CUPID
FOLDS HIS ARMS.
Every Body S.itiafied
Who has tried I. Hell's Pine-Tar-Honey
for coughs, colds, grip or
any throat or bronchial trouble. Get
a bottle today. Look fur the- Hell on
the bottle. For nlc bv Jones' Drug
James Kane and Julia (iundllach
came lo this city Wednesday for the
purKise of getting a marriage license
and to embark on I he sen of matri
mony. They were successful In pro
curing the marriage license, but
were not so fortunate lu securing a
minister or magistrate to lie the
knot that would make thetu man and
wife. It was the Intention of the
couple to have Justice of the Peace
Samson perforin the niurrlnge cere
mony, ami he nccoivpanled the would-
l-griHiui as he went to the court
house lo secure the marriage license
After this hud hceu granted Miss
ifiuudllach stated that two years ago
she had married a man either by the
, name of HoMnson, llobertson or Hob-
bins, she did not know which, ns she
was hypnotUed nt the time, ami she
ouiiit t tint in' mis a iiiarrlcit man
I with a family. She stated that the
marriage ceremony was performed In
j Vanronver, Wash. She- liml (he man
'arrested for bigamy and he wn son
: tenreil to serve three year lu the
I H'tilteiitlarat Salem, but was nfter
' wards paroled. She consulted her at
torney, who told her I he marriage
not legal, ami It was not uec-s-sary
to apply for a divorce. I'pon
hearing this. Judge Samson refused
to perforin the marriage ceremony,
anil up to n late Imttr the couple hail
found no one to do this, and left for
Portland, whence tln-y came.
(Continued from page 1)
able while wotuali In Cliicknmiis
County. To give people residing lu
different parts of the county it fair
oportunlty to wilt a prize, we have
divided the territory Into two dis
tricts. The llrst district comprises
all of Oregon City; the second dis
trict includes all territory outside of
tin1 corporate Units of Oregon City.
, An a result of this, any woman of
ambition, energy, hustling nbllty nud
wide acquaintance may enter lih
splendid chances of winning a val
uable prlto, no matter how much or
how little they may be able to de
vole to the contest. l Is strictly a
competitive proiHisltlou in which
there will be no clement of chance or
J luck, nud the result will depend en
tirely upon HO' ruoris Ol mi u o'u i
Tin- reward for a Mule work Is In
deed worth while. The grand prl, .
which goes to i lie lady In either ills j
trlcl g-ttlng the highest number of!
votes lu the contest. Is n ) I L'.'i IClb-r :
nlnmi tf U ii Holeuillil Instrument.
, It Is barked by nil uncotiilll liuial guar.;
! antee -- no conditions as to wear, i
! usage, etc , that renders gimraiiti e !
j on many Instruments of no value;
'for five Yearn. H I an orchestral;
; upright Hratul, nud l he winner iniiv j
I select walnut, oak or mahogany II n j
' Ish It may be neon nl any tlhie at j
i Kllern piano House nil Washington, j
I at Park. Portland, ;
j lu each of Hie two districts three;
! prizes will be given lo the .-oiliest j
, nuts. The first prl.-e In each district I
'will be. a l.'iii menliailill-ie certificate j
- the Maine as $.V) lu gold to you The
second ptl In each district will be
a piano Kcholaishlp at the Oregon
Conservatory of Music, Portland, or
a business Kcholiirshlp ut the P.e lue
tic llusliiesH I'lilverulty, Portland.
Hot It are well known for the excel
lence or their Insiruclloii. The latter
la not lu the business collcgii trust
and gives you Individual Instruction
and thorough work. The third prle
In-each district Is a huinliionie ladle'
Now Is Hie time In start. Send In
your inline nl once or the inline of a
rrlend I ho I wallla II pililio ntld U
willing to work a IHlle lo obtain one.
To I he nrsoii who (1rnt tend In
the name of Hie lady who ln the
grand prlo In the rontest we will
give till III gold at the close of Ibe
content. To the two persons who llrsl
Noml In the names of the winners of
the dt'st prlnen In the Iw., dlslrleis
we will give each a (voyeurs' sub
nerlpllon to The i:nlerprle lu cne
of ii tie the cash or subset IplloiiS will
be dlvib'il between the ieroli Helng,
Start right away. Cull, pi r
write for a receipt book A Utile
hustling now will pav you big Pit
your eye on the plimo an, I start to
win It today.
I run do your family washing eiin
ler. ilcker and Is-tter; save nibbing
and save the clothes; make llieln
clean, wholesome and snowy white;
brighten colors, soften woolens mid
kill germs I mil WASHWAX. the
liew nclelltlflc comsilind Hull doe
the work without the aid of soa-p or
blench, nin lined lu hot or cold
water. There Is nothing like Inc.
Send ten cents stamps today and I
will come bv uuill lu regular sire.
Von will be glad you tried me
Address Wnnlittax Co, St bulls,
If you wntil old newspapers
Km-rpihi" office, Prce.
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I Viable Prizes Given. Away!
TO POPULAR LADIES
CONDITIONS AND GENERAL INFORMATION.
Any respectable young lady residing in Oregon City or Clackamas County
is eligible to enter this contest.
The contest manager reserves the right to reject any nominations, and
all candidates must abide by the rules of the contest.
Votes will be issued on renewals and paid-in-advance subscriptions. A
coupon and nomination blank will also be published in The Enterprise,
which will count for tne number of votes xpecitied thereon.
The fir.st thing to do is to enter your name as a candidate.
Then either cail, write or phone The Enterprise office for a receipt book
with which to secure subscriptions.
Then let all your friends know you are in the conte.-t, and request thorn
to save their votes for you.
Candidates may nominate themselves or may be nominated by their
All "Reserve Ballots" issued on subscriptions are good until the end or
the contest, and they may ba voted at the direction of the contestant or the
Voters will be allowed on subscriptions secured anywhere in the world.
Subscribers may vote for contestants in any district, and contestants may
work in both districts or outside of them. Votes not transferable.
The final count will be by a committee of prominent citizens. A square
deal will be given every contestant in every way from beginning to end.
In case of a tie the prize will be divided between the constants tleing.
Any questions which may arise will be settled by The Enterprise, and lt:t
decisions will be absolute and final.
Candidates must reside in the district from which they are nominated.
SEND IN YOUR NOMINATION.
You will find a nomination blank below. It is good for 1,0'iu votes, which
gives you a fine start.
Then enlist the aid of your friends and neighljors. fse your telephone.
Ix-t everyoti'know that you are a candidate before they promise their help
to a more enterprising contestant.
Be ambitious and determined to win. If you have friends you can not
see at once, write them, .
You can get votes and subscriptions from either district and anywhere in
Votes will be given on both new and old subscription payments.
Call or send to The Enterprise office for a receipt book. The Contest
Manager will be glad to have you call so that he can explain details and
give you helpful plans. Telephone or write if you can not call and a repre
sentative will give you full details.
Secure every coupon and nomination blank you can, as they all count.
Hut work for the Reserve Ballots, for they count the most.
I Magnificent $425.00 Eiler
2 $50 Merchandise Cefml
cates. 2 Piano or Business Schol
arships. 2 Handsome Gold Watches.
The Oregon City Enterprise offers one of the fairest and most
liberal Circulation Contests ever conducted in the state. The grand
prize is a magnificent $425.00 Eiler Piano, which would be worthy
of any home fn Clackamas county The person winning this Piano
will never regret a little work. Any lady, young 9Loi4-'"-.J!i?
county may enter. Anyone paying for year's subscription to the
Enterprise may vote for any contestant. The winners of these
prizes will be the women cf greatest energy and pluck, most ex
tensive acquaintance, the best organizing and hustling abilities, the
brightest and most popular. Enter at once by sending in your
name and address. Costs youjabsolutely nothing. Thousands of
people work years to save what you can win in a few weeks time.
The sooner you enter the greater your chance of success.
ASK YOUR FRIENDS TO I IF.LP YOU
you bi-loni; lo n tt.-ci.-ly, church or liny orKuulutloii. let your follow
. .. .1 : 1,..!.. 1..I11 I w ill II I- V 1: veil It ou
Itll-IUI'i TH KNOW HMO ''H
oniv 11 bi-roii It U kI'-ii lo Homo other conti-Miint.
Ixm't fowl ibut children can do the mont ofT.n-lhe work In collect Iiik
conpoiiH and nomination bliinU. in well us secure you many snbi. rlplloiiB.
Should your father, nuiihcr, brother, mater or fileud Indium lo any oi
Kiinlzullon, tp'l them lo nocine tin- vote mid modulation of tV nieuibeih
Ho not lot a dav hiNS bv without M-cuilnit houio milmcrlpiloun mid voleH
The steady. petHisleut dally work Is what will will you the plain). Keeplim
evi'ihoilltiKlv at It Is what brliuts kiici-i-sk.
Anyone, anywhere, can voti) for any candhliiUi. Candldati-H can nocinv
e valuable prizes will be won by koiiicoiio. way uoi n ju:
eipiallzo compellllon and islvo every contestant an eipial chance to
win a prize, the territory has been divided into two iiiHiricis:
It Is easier lo ask questions tlinii lo corn-el mistaken. Iion t hcHltato to
ask nueslloliH. The Contest Mummer Ih at The Enterprise ofllco to help you,
Telephone Main 1 or Homo H lo.
YOU CAN EASILY WIN A PRIZE.
Do not not illsconnmeil. Once iioinlniilcil, do mil drop out. You can w in,
These valuable prizes will be won by Homeono. Why not you?
YOUR FRIENDS WILL I IELP YOU.
Hundreds of people will have no personal friends In III" contest, on can
Hocure their friendship and subscriptions If you only ask theni. They will
also secure voles for you from I heir friends,
A Mule oiKanlzalloti iiiiiouk your friends for systematic work lu your
Interest will (to a Ioiik way toward nilililnn you I he winner of the
INCREASE YOUR VOTE EACH DAY.
Don't lose a slunle day. (let some subscriptions each day. That Is the
way lo win out. fiet it receipt book and start at once.
$10.00 IN GOLD
Ton Dollars In (lold will be lven to the first person Hint nominates the
lady Hint wins I lie ttnind prize lu The Kntei piise HIk Circulation Coulest,
ami a two-veais' subscrlpllon will be lven to each of the two perHons
naniiiiK the winners of the first prizes in the two districts, lu ruse of a
lie the nold or the subscriptions will be divided between the coniesliiutH
tlelnK. Of course you want to nominate a lady you lire sure will make kooiI.
Make iih many nominal Ions as you wish.
Division of Territory
ill chance to win
To equalize competition and give every contestant an equal
a prize, the territory has been divided into two districts:
District No. 1 Oregon City.
District No. 2 All territory ouUide corporate li-nits of Oregon City.
SCALE OF VOTES.
2 months' trial
. ,2ri 100 i(
1.50 2.",im 12-j'i
3.(1(1 "0.'I0 2-V)0
. 13.00 ",'1000 23000
NOMINATE A CANDIDATE
NOMINATION BLANK 1000 VOTES
The Enterprise Great Circulation Contest
Only the first Nomination I;lai-k counts l'KMi voles; each subsequent blank
10 voles. Names of people making nominations will not be dlvulKcd.
THE GREAT CIRCULATION CONTEST
The Oregon City Enterprise
THIS COUPON WILL COUNT FIVE VOTES.
NOT GOOD AFTER JULY 9th.