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' MORNING ENTERPRISE. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1911
Eleventh and Main St.
u...,i..man. of Hhubet. was la Ore
nn ('My yHrdy on buslne.
hitter (or TM l BOW!
. ... mil nt Vcnl. I la thla cltv
-.hoaineaa 'matters.. He formerly re
dded In this
r, rieorc lloaya. Pentlt, Cau
field Itiatf., Oregon Cliy.
j n gpenrer and family, of Tucum
cari New M,l,'. wl" r', l'r
about w,''h lo niake Oregon City
their future home.
rt... h.f.nit child of Mr. and Mra.
Benjamin llyhurt la very low: Mr.
Hyhiirt la the local manager of the
Hnni" Telephone Co.
r rivH. who ha been In the real
aatate hiilnes I" '" cltr 'd part
ner of I' K. Hill, has erected a build
ing at Clarkamaa Height, and opened
The alx year old eon of H. I Hull,
of (Jladaloiie, who haa been 111 with
trnhold pneumonia for some time, la
reported better anil It la thought that
the danger point liaa paaaea.
lloya comprising the) Knlghta of
...... irit,.ir a tur organisation af.
filiated wllh the Preabyterlan church.
held their regular uusuieaa mew ma
Uit nlKhl- '
L. H. Klrchem. oneof the prominent
reildrtil of Ixgan. wa lu Oregon
Cliy Thuraday and FYlday. Mr. Kirch
em attt-ndd the Commercial Club
ball TburadajL evening. -
Norwood Charman, who came to
thla cliy on Thuraday afternoon to at
tend the Commercial Club dance, and
Tlilted wllh relative until the follow
ing day. returned to Portland on Fri
P. Iiohlender. one of the well-known
farmer of Heaver Creek, waa trana
acting himlneita In thla rlty on Friday.
George Holman. of Heaver Croek.
u among the Oregon City bualneaa
vlaltor on Friday.
At the Preabyterlan church Sunday
there will be two preaching services.
The topic at the morning hour will
be "Moral Courage." wllh reference
lo the life of tleorge Waahlngton. In
the evening, "A WMe-Open Door."
Prank Jaggar, of Carus. accompan
ied by hla daughter. ,MIe Jaggar, of
Portland, were la Oregon City Thura
day and Prlday. and were " among
thoae outalde of the city attending
ths ball given by the Oregon City
Tuesday afternoon Circle II. of the
I .J... iu o. ... I Ik. l'ra.tiwtrln
rhiirrh, will give a China Ruah In the
parlora or the churcn. I ne noun are
LE ROY OSBORf MUSICAL COMEDY COMPANY
Lo Roy Ooborn
STELndnLrY IHEFIIFJEID) AFJIID
Wc can save yoti money
on Tools and Builders
Hardware. Come and
Oregon City, Ore.
from 3 to 5. Mra. Eva Emery Dye
will talk on hr trip to the Hawaiian
and Mra. Ua Lartea will have charge
of the mualcal program.
The Preabyterlan church choir met
Mt the home of II. K. Woodward for
practice KrMay evening, and after the
practice of the evening Mra. Wood
ward aurprlaxd the choir with refroah
nmnta. Following the practice and
the rt'frtiHlimctita lliore waa a plvaaant
aoclal hour, whlrh'waa enjoyed by all.
PEOPLE POINTED OUT
Ml it Kva Kent la vUltlng frlenda at
Med ford for a few day.
Mr. Pearl Chrlainer, of Carua, apent
yeaterday In Oregon City.
Mra. Frank Miller, of Clurkea, waa
In Oregon City Friday.
Mr. I. II. Ijtrklna, of Marquain, wn
In Oregon City Friday.
Mra. ftchatx, who haa been very 111
at her home at (Jreen Point, la alowly
Dr. M. Mulligan, of The Dalle, waa
the gueat at the home of Mr. and Mra
O. II. Vanlloy Thuraday.
Mr. and Mra. J. C. Willi, of Port
laud, were In Oregon City on bualnea
Mr. and Mra. Thomaa Penman, of
New Era, were lu Oregon City vlalt
Ing on Friday.
Mr. and Mra. T. H IJndney, of Hea
ver Creek, were In thla city Thuraday
Mra. Thomaa Armatrong and Mra.
Jamra Armatrong were among the
Portland vlitltora yeaterday.
Mra. Rudolph Kuerner, of 8U John,
waa In thla city Thuraday vUltlng
Mb. E. P. Elliott haa been a grip
victim for a few daya but la again
able to be at hla poet of duty.
Mr. David Gatto, of Gladstone, who
haa been III with pneumonia, la again
able to be out and at bulnea again.
Mr. and Mra. J. W. Gray have re
turned home after vlaltlng for aeveral
daya with II. P. H atow, of Portland.
M -ia. 'Wither Chlldera and Arthur
Deute. of I'onland, attended the Com
mercial Club ball at the Iluach ball
M. J. Ie. of Canby Canal fame, la
contemplating opening fu office In
town for a few daya In the near fu
Prof. Tooe, who haa been confined
to bl home by grip for aeveral daya,
waa able to return to hi ac&ool dut
Ica Friday afternoon.'
Mr. and Mra. Howard Latourette,
Commencing Sunday Afternoon
of Portland, returned to their home In
Portland Friday morning, after vlalt
lng la thla elty and attending the
Commercial Club ball.
Mra. K. L. Shaw left Frliay morn
ing fur Philomath, where ahe will re
main for about one . week, vUltlng
with her parent, Mr. Mnd Mr. J. M.
Mra. John McGetchle, who baa been
apcndlng the paat two months In
llutte, Mont., with her daughter, Mra.
Ralph MnUotchle, returned to her
home at Glad atone Thuraday night.
MIh Fay French, Wilbur Andrew,
Melvln lloff and Everett Taylor, who
have been attending echvl at Cor
vallla, are home for their mid-winter
vacation, arriving home Friday even
ing.. . Mlaa liertha Koerner, of St. Johna,
who came to Oregon City Thuraday
evening to attend the dancing party,
and while In thla city, waa the gueat
of Mlaa Hedonla Hliaw, returned to
her home Friday morning.
Mra. 0. W. Grace and Mlaa Myrtle
lluchanan went to New Era Thuraday,
where they remained until the follow
ing day vlaltlng with frlenda. Mr,
(race and Mia lluchanan walked the
etiilre dlatunce Tburaday. "
Meaara. Hay Cole and E. P. Hand,
who were on a aurveylng trip at Ka
tacada, and who came to thla city to
attend the ball given Thuraday even
ing, returned to Eatacada Friday
Mra. Cora llutaon, who haa been
vlaltlng with her parenta, Mr, and Mra.
A. It. liolttle, of thla city, left yea
terday for Portland, where ahe will
vlalt for a few duy with her alatcr,
Mra. A. W. Cheney, before returning
to her home at Vancouver, 11. p.
. Mr. n. Itehlngold, Mlaa Roae Rehln
gold, Mlaa Pearl llarde, U H. Barde,
of Portland, were the gueat of Mlaa
Kather levltt Thuraday evening, hav
ing attended .the Commercial Club
ball. The Mlaae llurde and -Kehln-gold
returned to their home Friday.
Mr. and Mr. Wf. Doeti, of Mlnne
apolla, Minn., who have been vlalt
lng with Mr. and Mra. Henry Streblg,
have gone to Portland, where they
will remain until March lat, when
they will leave for Ia Angelea, Cal.,
for a vlalt before returning to their
home. They will be accompanied to
I Angelos by Mr. Btreblg, who will
vlalt friend at that place and In Ban
An 80 acre farm located three mile
raat of Aurora, In Clackamaa County,
Oregon; nicely located In a rich farm
ing community adjoining good road;
good achool adjoining farm; CO acre
In high atate of cultivation, with more
than 10,000 tiles laid In ground for
drainage; good fair building; culti
vated land all In good crop eicept 10
acre; all fenced and In rirat-claa
condition. Price, $125 per acre.
Q. H. DIM1CK.
SHOPS CLOSE FOR BISHOP.
Saloons, Cigar Stores, Poolrooms, Etc.,
Shut Doer to Attend Service.
Hlshop Robert Paddock, In charge of
the Eastern Oregon diocee of the
Eplacopal church, waa In Portland for
a few hour yeaterday morning.
Hiahop paddock la one of the most
familiar and one of the best-liked char
acters In the eastern part of the atate.
Whenever he vtalta a town the enUre
population, regardlea of rcllglou af
filiation or the nature of their busi
ness, turn out to pay It respect and
to bear hi lecture.
At Redmond on Tuesday night ev-
with an entire change of
program three times a
week Sundays', Thursdays,
Beautiful Costumes. Big
Chorus of Pretty Girls. Ex
celent Principals. Funny
Singing and Dancing every
thing to make you happy
, EVENING SHOWS
Saturday and Sunday 1st 7, 2nd 8, and 3rd 9 o'clock
Wednesday 1st 7:30, 2nd 9 o'clock
Saturday 3:00 Sunday 2:30
Children 15c Adults 20c
ANY SEAT IN THE HOUSE
ry aaloon, cigar atore, pool and bill
lard parlor and barber ahop cloaed
djirlog the hours of hla aervlce at the
church. Nearly all the uaual habitue
of thoae place were preaent at bla
WASHINGTON EXPECTS NO WAR.
Taft May Bugflt Referring DUpute
to Hague Tribunal.
WASHINGTON. Feb. 17. Notice
of Rusala's Intention regarding China
reached the State Department yeater
day through the American Erabaaay at
til. Petersburg. The Ruaalao govern
ment promUe the American Embaaay
to acquaint It with particular of the
Indictment againat China.
The whole Incident come a a great
urprlae to the diplomatic service In
Washington, for, although It waa
known that aharp laauea bad arlaen
between Huasla and China over con
flicting claim to Jurladlctlon in Man
churia and In connection with com
mercial privilege In Mongolia, the alt
uatlon waa not regarded as critical
and It generally was believed that In
view of the deplorable conditions ex
lating In China as a result of the
frightful famine and the terrible rav
ages of the plague, Kusata would gen
erouly defer preHalng her claim to
the extreme at thla time.
That war will not result from the
luteal movement of the Russian gov
ernment Is the ' confident belief In
diplomatic circles here.
WOMAN SUFFRAGE AOAJN.
SALEM, Or., Feb. 17. Oregon will
again vote upon the question of wo
man suffrage at the next general elec
tion, the House adopting Senator Jos
eph's resolution for thla purpose yes
terday afternoon. A minority report
on the proposal was broupt In from
the resolutions committee by Fouts
of Multnomah and Jones of Clackamaa.
Fouts' contention was that the voters
had decided the question at the last
election and that their opinion should
be regarded as stable.
FAVOR8 PARCEL8 POST.
SALEM. Or Feb. 17. Fi-tenSs of
the parcels post Idea In the Senate
awoke just in time yesterday to save
a turn-down for a joint memorial
sent over from the House, which
urged upon Congress the passage of
a parcels post bill. The memorial
came from the committee on resolu
tions with an unfavorable report.
TIME TABLE BILL KILLED.
SALEM. Or, Feb. lfl The House
yesterday afternoon killed the bill pro
viding for the publication of time tab
le of railroads In newspaper of the
cltlea where there are stations. The
unusual part of thla action wa that
no debate preceded the defeat of the
bill. Mahoney'a bill to prevent coun
ty achool superintendents from con
ducting summer schools on the ground
that they made charges for the tutor
ing and Intimidated some of the teach
ers Into joining; the classes, wa also
"It la all right to pay a compliment,
but It Is better to pay a debt."
"AH things may come to Mm who
waits, but he hasn't always the price
to pay for them after they arrive."
"Unless one la willing to learn he
cannot teach." ,
"Even food for thought la sometimes
"Any one may help himself by hir
ing; some one to help him."
Subscribe for the Dally Enterprise.
MM GETS WOOD
COURT INTERPRETS THE CON
TRACT AS ASKED BY ATTOR
NEY MAKINQ PROSECUTION.
A case In Circuit Court Monday was
that of Proctor V Heers, of Handy, vs.
If. J. Pulfer, C. C. Sbay and 8. P. II.
Lumber Co. It was a case In which
the successor to a defunct lumber
company started In to cut the wood
off a timber tract contrary to contract,
aa alleged by the plaintiff In the case.
In the first place the saw timber
had been sold on a large tract of land
and reservation made of all timber
not fit for saw timber. The defend
ant couldn't see the contract as the
plalntlf construed It and so the court
was called In to decide.
The court was asked to Interpret
"All timber, except cedar, for milling
and lumbering purposes." The tract
embraces nearly 800 acres. The at
torney for plaintiff asked the court to
Instruct that what was meant was
"All timber except cedar 'fit and suit
able' for saw Umber."
The caae brought out strong con
tention but the court Interpreted aa
the plaintiff asked and he "was given
dree. H. C. Cross was attorney for
plaintiff and he succeeded In untang
ling the mess with several changes
coming Into the controversy.
FARMER CAUGHT BY SHARKS
(Continued from page 1.)
bis elbow at every tep and after a
little parley he turned the gold over
to the sharks. They said they could
not take the bank's count but must
count It themselves. Even here he
did not balk but passed his money
over to them. It was counted by the
cashier of the pool room and thrown
on the table among the money piled
up before him. At this there was a
commotion among those present and
by this time there were a dozen of tue
confederates on hand everyone shout
ed, "Yon lose." and the table laden
with gold disappeared from his view.
How he waa shown Into the street he
does not know to this day.
Thl was the first move In the
game that ahowed to our German
friend that he had been duped. He
looked about aome little time for hla
friend but could not find him. After
loitering about for a time be came
home, a aadder but a wiser man. lie
told hla lawyer and friends what had
been done to him, and wondered how
it waa possible to fool him out of bia
money when he had carried It In a
New York draft. His lawyer told him
It would be foolish to try to catch the
sharks and that he better go home
and recoup himself by raising pota
toes. When he accepted -the advice
he remarked that it would take him
four years to pay out what be had
borrowed for the trip.
Several days later be came to the
lawyer again to tell him that the night
before, aa he lay awake revolving it
In his mind It had lust come to him
that the "farmer" on the boat waa a
stool pigeon for the game, and that
he had been no friend at all.
The German's wife and friends say
that had they been able to convince
blm that It was a fraud, and be bad
passed up the IncMent, he would nev
er have been satisfied In the matter
and that the lesson, bitter and expens
ive aa It was. Is the only one that
could have opened hla eyes.
The lawyer thinks that the enthus
iasm of the old farmer had taken a
hold on the rest of the family and
that In the face of tla warnings he
feels that other members of the fam
lly were more than half of opinion
that It might possibly be true ne had
won and the money could be secured
by due process. And there may yet
be a faint Idea In that old German
head that if he had taken his lawyer
he would have received the money
because of the fact that they would
not have dared trifle with a lawyer,
Read the Morning Enterprise.
STREETS SILVER STREAKED.
Denver Finds Richs In Smaltar Slag
It Is said that the streets of heaven
are paved with gold, but Denver la not
far behind. Sixth avenue. In Denver,
Is paved with sliver.
The Denver-Pueblo Construction
company, which has been surfacing
Sixth avenue with slag taken from
the dump of the old Grant smelter of
the American Smelting and Refining
company, recently discovered that the
slag bas a streak running heavily in
silver, lead and copper.
The American Smelting and Refining
company soon "got wise" to the fact
and requested the construction com
pany to take Its material from another
part of the dump. Several wagon
loads of the sing which bas been used
were scut to the Globe smelter for
assay. . The belt of silver bearing stuff
Is Bfty feet loug and twenty-five feet
wide. The streak of silver shows
DYE CHANGES MUSKRATS.
New York Trsroar Will Try to Bread
Thnt miiHkrats of vnrlous colors exist
In the different dye strenms Issuing
from a big lent her tannery at Monti
cello. N. Y.. bus lievn proved by Ed
ward Turuey. a local trapper..
- The other nlcht he set n box trap on
the bnnk f one of the stream and In
the morning found be hnd catipht rt
green muxkriit of the moot brllllnnt
hue. He followed Ibis up by setting
another trap netir the red dye stream,
which' resulted In the cnptnrlng of a
bright red specimen, and his third at
tempt wns equally successful In the
Turney snys he will now breed the
three animals Htid hnH to, produce
nearly every color of the rnlnliow.
Twilight literary Is plaunlng for an
Intereating meeting this evening. There
will be speakers from abroad. ; ,
' MEADOWS ROOK.
Real estate mevi are all getting
busy a spring approaches.
Mr. Col v In baa a sick horse. We
all hope that Tm will recover.
' George Williams and family were
rlaltora at J. W. Staudlngera Sun
day. Mra. Kay haa been under the wea
ther for the last week.
The time was changed for the de
bate to February 13, and It bad the
small attendance of about 24, but the
leaders of the debate, who were
Franklin Cooper on the affirmative,
and Den Chlndgren on the negative,
proceed with the question, "Re
solved, That the trusts and monopo
lies are a positive Injury to the people
financially." The trust bad the full
monopoly on the speakers of the neg
ative, therefore they got the decision
two to one. '
Mr. Lovegrove, of Nevada, has
taken charge of the Hotel Ie I'ary on
Calamity street, and will sling the
pots and dish out the hash, to the
way-worn and weary laborers of the
Schafer Lumber Co.
O. W. Allen is chief engineer and
bead fireman at the plainer
It was funny to see Milt Trulllnger
sail up In the air on a railroad tie
for an airship when the subiect of a
new. school houae waa mentioned, tak
ing the tax In consideration.
Abe aays It takes lots of wood to
do over Sunday.
Mr. Chase la hauling lumber to Im
prove bis residence property on Mu
- George Ketch and wife who recently
sold their store to a Portland man,
have returned to Vancouver, where
they formerly lived.
Mrs. M. M. Reld and children have
taken up their home here with Rev.
M. Reld. Mrs. Reld has been In Cali
fornia all Winter for her health and Is
The remodeling of the drugstore has
been completed. An order room was
built, th prescription counter moved
back -and reflnlahed and a display
There are several cases of la grippe
in this vicinity and a few cases of
pneumonia have been reported. John
Moyer la 111 with the latter malady
but Is Improving. William Beard Is
down with la grippe and In the doctor'
care, and Mrs. Matilda Neal Is 111.
Sidney Smith, of Orchards, Wash.,
waa married a few days ago to Miss
Tyson and brought the bride for- a
visit to the old home In Springwater.
After spending a few days here the
couple left for their home In Orchards.
The Springwater Grange Installed
officers at the meeting last Saturday,
Mrs. Dates, past master, and Deputy
Mr. Melvln haa another carload of
Oregon Graoe root ready to ship.
P. L. Colenan, of Canby, Is taking
our prlncipsl, Mrs. Crecraft's, place
In school du.-ing her illness.
Misses Cora and Elva Moore, or
Oregon City, were visiting their grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wllleti last
Robert Ingram went to Molalla and
Oregon City on business this week.
O. M. Keebaugh spent 8unday In
n J. Here, one of our enterprising
merchants, was In Portland on busi
Wants, For Sale, Etc.
Notices under these, claaelflad heading
will be Inserted at one cent a word, flral
Insertion, half a cent additional lnr
tlona. On Inch card, S3 per month; half
Inch card. ( llnea) tl per month.
Cash must accompany order unlena one
haa an open account with the paper. No
financial responsibility for error; where
error occur free corrected notice will be
printed for patron. Minimum charge l&c.
WANTED Nursing to do by practical
nurse. Address 1207 Main St., or
WANTED Small advertisements for
this column. Prices very reason
able. See rates at bead of column.
FOR SALE Six pigs, six weeks old;
also two brood sows. Inquire of O.
M. May, opposite Harris' sawmill.
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR.
HARRY JONES Builder and General
Contractor. Estimates cheerfully
given on all classes of building
work, concrete walks and reinrorced
concrete. Res. Phone Main 111.
O. D. EBY, Attorney-at-Law, Money
loaned, abstracts furnished, land
titles examined, estates settled, gen
eral law business. Over Dank ot
U'REN A SCHUEBEL, Attorneys-at-Law,
Deutscher Advokat, will prac
tice In all courts, make collections
and settlements. Office In Enter
prise BIdg., Oregon City, Oregon.
DR. L. O. ICE. DENTIST Rooms 4,
5 and 6 Beayer building. Main St.,
Oregon City. Phones: Home A-198
and Pacific States 1221.
. MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY LOANED V are acquaint
ed with the value of all farm lands
In Clackamaa County and can loan
your money on good aafe aecurlty.
Farm loans made one, two and three
vears at 7 pee cent Abstracts of
title examined. DJMtCK A DIMICK,
lawyers, Andresen Bldg., Oregon
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
V. R. HYDE, Abstract Olffce
Land titles Investigated, conveyan
cing, notary public
Room 7, Barclay Bldg., Oregon City.
75 acre tract good land, no rocks, J
mile) from Oregon City, 1V4 mile
from O. W. P. car line. Good fruit
land. Cut Into 7 and 14 acre tracts,
'"'tipA to fSSI per acre. Enquire of
- K, Bin V Co.. Room 9, Beaver
" Bldg . Orngon Citr.
E. H. "OOPBrR, For Ftra lnaurancr
yer aropertl w by-, mj. a4
aefcaag). OTne ta
Bld., Oregon city, Oret.
FRRYTAO A BWAFTORD. Real Ba
tata Dealers, have ebotc bargala
la farm land, city tad saborbta
home, good fruit land and poultry
ranch. See as for good buy.
Near 8. P. depot
SECOND HAND PURNITURL
MANY TIMES you can buy just th
article you want, Just as good M
new, at a small fraction of the coat
' of new, If you go and see TOUNO,
' the second hand man. His collec
tion contains New and Second Hand
Furniture, Hardware, Tools, Curtoa,
etc. See him; It cost nothing to
An Ordinance Providing for Changing
the Width of th Alley In Block 114,
Oregon City, Oregon, from 20 feet
wide to 14 feet wide.
Oregon City does ordain as fol
lows: Sec. 1. That that portion of the
Alley in Block 114, Oregon City.
Oregon, and as hereafter described,
to-wit: Beginning at the northeast
erly corner of lot 2 of said block,
and running thence southwesterly
along the easterly line of lots 2 and
7 of said block, to the southeasterly
corner of said lot 7; thence south
easterly on a projection of the east
erly line of Jefferson street, six feet
In the alley; thence northeaaterly
in the said alley and parallel with
the first course named herein and
6 fet therefrom to the westerly
line of Madison street; thence
northwesterly on the westerly line
of Madison street, six feet to the
place of beginning. ,
Also, beginning at the northwest
. erly corner of lot 3 of said block,
thence southwesterly, following the.,
northwesterly ltrie of lots 3 and 6
of said block to the southwesterly
corner of said lot 6; thence north
westerly on a projection of the
easterly line of Jefferson street, 6
feet In the alley; thence northeast
erly Hi said alley, and parallel to
the northwesterly line of said lots
3 and 6 to the westerly line of Mad-.
Ison street; thence southeasterly on
a projection of the westerly line of.
Madison street, alx feet to the place
of beginning, the same being a strip
of land six feet wide off and from
both sides of said alley and the full
length thereof through said block;
be and the same la hereby closed
and vacated, and the said alley .
shall henceforth be only 14 fee
wide. ' - J
Read first time and ordered pub
lished at a special meeting of the
City Council, held February 15th.
1 8TIPP, Recorder.
An Ordinance Declaring the -
ment for th Improvement
Twelfth street, Oregon City, Ore-,
gon, from a point 106 feet Westerly
from Main street. Easterly to the
East line of Taylor street.
Oregon City does ordain aa fol
lows: See. 1. . The assessment for the
improvement of . Twelfth atreet
from a point 105 feet westerly from
Main ptreet easterly to the east line?
of Taylor street. Is hereby declared
and levied according to Assessment
Roll No. 1. new series, and the
whole cost of the said assessment
la 25,961.06 dollars.
Sec. 2. Whereas the condition
of said part of said Twelfth street
Is and was dangerous to the health
and safety of the people of Oregon
City and It la necessary for the
immediate preservation of their
health- and safety that thla assess
ment should be made at once, an
emergency is hereby declared to
exist and this ordinance shall take
effect and be In force from and
after Its approval by the Mayor.
Read first time at a special meet
ing of the City Council held on the
17th day of February. 1911, at 8
o'clock P. M.
U STIPP, Recorder.
A regular meeting of Clack
amas Chapter No. 2, Royal
Arch Masons will be held
on Monday evening, Feb
ruary 20. 1911. at 7:30 p.m.
E. A. CHAPMAN.
411 Mala. Bctw(ca4lh tad Sik Ms.
OREGON CITY, ORE. ;
J. J- TOBIN, Proprietor.
To Introduce The Morning
Enterprise Into a large major- 4
lty of the homes In Oregon
City and Clackamas county tho
management has decided to
make a special price for the
. daily Issue, for a short time '
only, where the subscriber pays
a year In advance. (
By carrier, paid a year in
advance, 13.00. '
By mall, paid a yar lit ad-
vance, $2.00. -
People who gave our canvas-
ser a trial subscription for one
or more months, at ten cents a 4
week, can have the dally dellv-
ered for a year for $3.00 by
8 paying a year In advance. 4
People who gave our canvas-
ser a trial subscription, by
mall, for fetor months at a dol-
lar, may have the paper for a
year for $2.00, If paid a year In
Subscribers to the Weekly
Enterprise may change their
4 Bubscrlptloh to the dally, re-
reiving credit for half time on
4 the dally that the weekly to
4 paid In advance. When they
choose to add cash to th ad-
vance payment equal to a full
a year's advance payment they
4 may take advantage of th $3
We make this special price .
so that people who have patd
4 In advanoe on some other daily
and wish to take the Metal
Enterpriser,- May do so wtthwf
too great expense.