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uoRwxwa , jaj fanpitiuE, , Wednesday, may io mh
' h Al. "f i". - - v
fvijiithe onlftore where the ypunf meacn gti
Jt Alfred Trouiersf th ftmoui:rSociety tirnd"
ke Tbeie trouer come'in the new frayiUni,
JVJ. and ' inixturei:'1 ; Thty have ' the " permanent
erPP n,re the ''dMitM mot up
fLdate trcWiefi:l the present age, for youn men and
ei who ty"TOntSec..ihem.ln our middle
Suipemlon Brldgt Corner "
a. I-ewls. w,l, Crt""'w"
City on Tuetday. '
?S M'n1y n bualneea.
'li' in tl.l city on Bundty. .
5 -''viv' ,n
" ... rM.rln aaa
gr; Ortf. " ' "r-
1"" . 1..-.. ..f WMn.
n .wi. m Mondav.
of I'nlon IUII. wu Id
re In thin city
of Heaver Creek," was
.l. .n Monday.
"... a-iiih. of Eldorado, waa In
I irt Kobertton. a grocor of Bttl
lTl in th. city .Tuesday morn-
(flutter rVbo-nhelnx. of Portland.
Z i ii, uarenta tn thla city on Bun.
'L Al frhoenWn.fCarua. waa
5.K- nrriou City vlaltore Hon-
f tA 1. Montgomery, wbo eon-
W, i liw ffW ,M",r NwEra, waa
h Ore-pa uiy
f. treat, of Portland, vlalted
rZ.. Mr: Jull Fro!, of Cn-
Mi uady-nL Jlondaj
l w iitildon. n-Ematrn dru
Um. ccompanlfd by'Mnt Hold
Ciai In ton Monday.
I r iTtarU. uf N Era, waa amoni
fki MallaM. on of tb
Mldnt of Mullno. ill In
wos City on bunlnaaa Monday
laian HornahuK.eot-Toriland, ii'
W t the homo of Mr. and Mrs.
.Yl Murlt. o Mpl iJina,
n.Gnllrh Ulird h!1, brother, Jro-
W Ho Jna. or wiiacaua,
Uotf. 8h rrttirnod homo Monday,
j I W. Exon. f I)ovr, on of th
Kaitrot rrxlilonia of that plac,
Ii thli city on Tueaday.
I in. Mabla Krailar. of Portland,
W throiiKh thla city Monday on
tony to EldiTado, whara aha will
4 Ut mother, Mm. A. l Jonaa.
fc aod Mr. A. O. Alldradu. of
dty mrr auma of thwlr daunhtar,
3k CUra Cat to tu Sunday at br
m U Gladatona. .
I Mr. oA Mra. I hman and dauKhtar,
a Mr. Hrkl.r. of Portland, wara In
iadty on Sunday tho aaietTa of Mr.
iyra, Oua Schnoor, of Wlllametta.
I aUIUrd- Gllletta, who baa baan In
Vmadaeo. whra ha haa baan tak
tkt roquln-d aiamlnatlon for Want
TWUdlea Trua Illua Oranita Uodga
lnat at Phitnnon a ball thla awn.
xui bualnexi of Importance will
" 3. R. Lntouralta, an' attorney of Port.
land, waa In thla city on Sunday and
Monday vlaltlng bla paranta. Mr. and
Mra. C. I). Latouratia. -
Mr. and ! Mra. Bball and .dauibter.
Btaiia, or Baiem, vlalted I (.'. Horton
on Monday. Tbey left hera for a vlalt
In Eaatarn Oreun, . .
Mr. and Mra. E. M. Btavenaon. of
Balnm, wbo httva bean vlaltlna wHh
tha laitar'a mother, Mra. 3. K. WU
llama, returned home Monday.
Mlaa Uenavlev Kelly, wbo baa baan
amployad In tho W. L. Llttla cotifao
tlonery atort, baa accepted a poattlon
with the "ralla", and wilt havo charge
of the dining room department
Mlaa Klva Illanchard, Mlaa Maud
Smith and tr. and Mra. Rov H. Coa
have returned from Poraat Grova,
where they attendad; tba Dlatrlct Ep-
wonb league Convention.
Boy Wardnn. of Ban Iuia ObUiw,
California, arrived In ' Oregon City
Monday and la vlaltlng at tba home of
bla aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mra. C.
Mr. and Mra. I'maker, who recently
aolil , their farm 'at Damaaeua, and
wbo have bain vlnltlng relattvea Mi
VYaahlnttoti aute. have returned to
Clackamaa Coupty.'and have decided
to make thla tbelr borne.
C. E. Ituckles, who haa Wn making
hla home for the laat year with hU
alater, Mra. George E. Griffith, left
Monday for Spokane and Eaatern
polnta. Ha will vlalt at Spokane and
Helena. Mont., for aome time and will
Rev. P. II. Mlxaell. formerly paator
of the Praabyterlan church of thla city,
but now of Tacoma, Waah.. waa In
thla city on Monday onjila way to At
lantlFCHy. Kaw Jaraajr, where ha will
attend the general aaaembly of the
Praabyterlan church. During bla at ay
In thla rlty he waa a guet al the home
of Mra. J. R, Willlame.
(A A Charming Little
frlnea af Oraaaa.
" tlllott eVark Oat New tar.
Klllott' at Park tava' added i' mw
car of tba Royal make with tore doora.
to their faraga on Tint ana luiiroaa
Avenue. " Tnia. maaea roar auiorao
bllea In this garage. Thla firm maa
been appointed agent for tba Regal
' f x'
i t" , - 4 .
'ft " 1 a-w-v
, V r VV " -lPs5-"
' tv.. I
:'".yf V U 1
-1. ' ,5:',-IiS5anrt
Will CMva thlrt Walat Party. '
Tha at. John'a Young People'a Club
met Monday night at the McLoughlln
hall, and among' tba bualoeaa trana
acted waa tba arrangementa for a
ahlrt walat party to ba gt t
month at tba Buach ball. There waa a
large attendance. , ; ' '
By MQUAD '
CpyrlM.' IffU. br ' Aaaoetaled U
. . tarPrw.,
Allen A Lewi Beak to Recover $203.77
Butt haa been Inetltuted In tha Cir
rnlt court hv Allen A Lewla, a whole-
aale groeery Una of Portland, agalnat Mo-CB waa mad aa well aa Beared; Ha
ChHat aV Papae, to recover ,.tied tha doetorall klndaorioo.a, vow
aald to ba a balance due on marcnan-i . . wouldn't move a rod, and then
Moaea Vila waa an old faabloned
man. Mot folka called blw an oUl
codgor." ,," ' ' " '. " r'"
All at owe, wben'Moaea bud paaaed
bla ality-aanmd blrtbduy, pod waa tall
lua bluaelf that ba felt aa good n tba
day ba waa thlriyrand bad every pw
pect of living totwi nuuurea jrar.
bid. a doctor told blm that bla left lang
waa ' ffiillior."' ail d tbaf ba muat urn He
tracka for a ' higher aHltude Ht ooca.
Mtu mirchaad hatwoen December 30,
lain and Anrtl 21. 1U. Tba total
amount of the purcbaaea waa $1190.78,
and t la alleaed that only IMO baa
baan nald. Attorney H. E. Croae baa
tiled an affidavit for attachment.
c: X Miller, J.-KT Hlckmajir Jw-4
Ream and T. J. Mrara. Th body waa
Uken to rorflaad and aarvfeea- ware
held Taaaday afternoon ia nnlaya
CbapeL The Interment waa la River
vlavr eematery.' - '. r
badee and Pattern That
, In Caatama CanatrueMeav' i
Maw-armed Itoea poogea la feaw.
Tbe new baadrd aaabea are lovely.
' Tba allover lace tonic la truly a gor-
geout affair. .1 '"'
UaMly' k' trimmed bat la da-
aold of flowera: ' '
-rtolai- anowiaellarda aota avar
lavender cblffoti bj cnic t
Bjr EDWIN A.rTVE.
Oeaerted Huaband Seeka Divorce.
R. J. Iluchan haa filed ault for di
vorce from Ellxabeth E, Iluchan, tha
allegation being deeertlua. They were
married on June 8, 1880. at Benton,
Wleconeln. Iluchan aaya that bla wlfa
deaerted him on November 15th, 1908,
while Ihev ware realdlng In Port
land Wheelock tt' Willlame ara Mu
Sunday School a to Meet.
Th niatrlct Sunday School Con van
Hon will ba held In-the- Parkplaoe
church Thuraday. All achoola In the
district ara lenuealej to be repreaent
rd The public 1a Invited. Aoareaaae
.iil h delivered. Peraona dealrlng
mav brlna baaketa. aa dinner will be
aerved In tha church.
aula I Union Men Dropped
WASHINGTON. May v Admlaalon
that poatal clerka had been dlamlaaed
from tha aervlca of tha United Stataa
aolely becauaa they bad been actlya
In forming a union waa mada hera by
Fecond AaalaUnt poarmnater General
Stewart before tba hoaae commlttaa
on civil aervlca reform. . ,
. Tba pretty little girl holding tba
flower la a real prlnc; Klie la ba
Prlncexa Irene, ouiiK'r of tbe Iwo
daiitflilera of Crown I'rliM-e ConMau
tlnr.jhflr apiiarent to I he throne of
Greece.- Hhe la oik of live vblldreu. '
three of whom an- Uy. Her mother
la I lie Prlu e 8ohlii. alxler of Hie
GerniMii eutiwror. Her graudrntber.
tba itreatnii klnw of ;retH-e, U C.eorco.
aavoiid aou of Kluit CIiiIkiInii of Hen
mark, and her grandmother la ln.
aldext 1anfc'bee of the Grand Duke
CoiiKiaiitlne'uf RiiimIii. lieorire waa
elm-le.1 k lwr-M 4ba-Halle4KVi
A Bey'a Pradieamant
At a auifitr inlll oulbi IkIiiuiI of Rar
hniltm Hie men III attendance were
hmipiilnir "nlf wlieii a nntlve !;
who did not let ito ti enoiiKh
carried aloft by Hie Kreat forty nve
foot aa II. He foriuiimely had all hla
wlta alHitit him and nuumi:ed to j:ct
bla feel nniuml a bur of the all and
to, bold on to the one uUire. In tula
poaitlou he wan Mil-run nrouna. me
will revolving with Itureuwd rnpldlty.
aa tha man triune dt.tyH wna to feed
II had rualHil out nt the nrt nlarm. a
m ralMed to choke the roller
with enne and ihua atop the mill, and
thla wna done nt the Imminent rink of
brenklna anine of the machinery and
o reliNlnii the null altogether, bat
after all complete revolutloim tlie mill
wna atoied: fairly' choki-d by the bun
dlea of carte thruat Into lt wa. lenv
in th- anil. iu which Hie hoy afill
rrom tha around. With marveloua
My dear girt:4
Tou aay yon want to be beautiful.
which la Inudable and propet. To ba
. fair of feature and form la woroan'a
natural deal re. - ' j
There'a a'dlfferanca. - -fr
Borne try to niake'tbemaelvee beauti
ful by meant of lotion and coamatlca
and the practice of Jha preacrlptlona
on the woman'a page.
The beuutr tber aeek la but skin
deep. It la of tba ontaldo only. Tbey
do not aeeui to know that
Beautiful thouahte maka a bMUtlul aouf.
Ana a beautiful aoul makaa a beautiful
Do yon know wa ara juat beginning
to discover tba ' power or numan
tbouttita are thins- Tbey raan
Ion th body Into health or tllucsa, and
tbey mold Ibe atuff of tba aoul Into
goodueaa or baaaneea. And
What aoul IDiI body are made to be
ahowa ou tba fac Junt aa the dial of
a clock Infallibly recorda the doing
A realty beautiful face ta a face
It la lighted front wltbln.
Juat aa the candle beama ablne
through and make lumlnoua tbe vaae
In which It la concealed, ao doee the
aplendor of tba buman aplrlt ablne
through fiber aud nerve and tisane, up
and out Into buman brow ana lip ana
eye and rnnke
A face Illumined! -
However plain may be the featurea.
Ilk tbe vaae tbey become transparent
There la more than a caudle lualde
u.t'uuffbr Beacon 11IU. a bnndred
mlk4 a war. ' ' ' '
Tba higher you can get above tbe
aea the better for your left lung and
tbe more expenaive tne uouro.
11111 w only a vUlage, and bad, only
one tavern, and that tavern charged
Moaea $5 a week for board. Of counw
be kicked. Ha called tbe landTord all
aorta of namea and aald be vfould ctsrt
for home net day, but he didn't etart.
It wa on ono of bla walk that be
met the widow Artner.' una uau
hammer and nnlla and waa nailing a
board on tba fence In front of her poor
little home. He took the hammer away
from her and made the board aecura,
and then walked off with only a grant.
He bud noticed, however, Uiat ahe waa
a woman of tbirty-pve aud fairly good
lookfug, aud be waa pleased with her.
A call waa made net day. He aald
h had come on bulnee. He we no
Aoner seated than be asked:
i-nok-n-here. widow, , why naven
ton mil Fried attain?
"8lr, yon are taking a great liberty f
"Coma, now, 1 am here aa a friend.'
. "But 1 don't know youP-'.1
nnt vou aoon will 1 am Moaea.
Bllaa. no here to heal my left long,
and I wouldn't marry you or any
other woman on earth. I've Juat got
a iitti acheme In my bead, and
want you to help me work It out.
a acheme for yonr benent."
visitor In I 'I 'u
Mra. -t 4 V r ' '
pent 1. :.y wlu 1 i
er, Mra. Lowell aad 1 S.J, -
Mra..Ka Auaun ana a -ir, ci t i
land, were vlltora lo fX t.tvt I.l-
Mr, reibig viaitea m roruaia Moo-
day. .. .
Miaei Blacherby, or wooaoarn, w
herd vMltlni hee alater, Mr. L. E.
Bent Ana -famUyy j v q r , ,i .
l BECatEATION PARK,
Cor. Vaugtin and Twentyeurth Bte.
. :, . ''') va. ;
- ; PORTLAND ;
"4.v May tv 10, 11, -ti 18, 14
Game (ael Weekday at $:S0. '
ttunaaya, 2:M Pi M
' LAOItr BAY PRIOAY.
Boya Under 12 free'" to' Bleacher
'eoneaaay. , ; . ;
l.-t, !;...' ! "Tf --1 '
Matloae vater tu elaeelflea b1"
will b low(e4 at n ernt a word. flrM
InMrtlon. baif a cent addtttoaaJ I taaer
l tons. - one laeh ear, ft M aoataf na4f
k a tt hihi) n mt aienlai
Cash aaoat aoeotnpaar orOw nlaa "
baa an open account with the papar. na
flaanetai raaponalWIIty for arrora; whr
srrore .aaaur fi eorr.otd nntloe will ba
printra for patron. Minimum cbaraa lt. .
WANTraTORBNT A al or seven
room houae, not on tha hill. , Addreee
thia office, ;, ;..j'l'y
GIRL. WANTETfOirl for genarar
houaework. Experience noi bo w
portanf aa wllUagaeaa to learn. Ap
ply 100. Main street, Oregon City.
tiacr rBAaAirr avocaa. ... ... j
Jeweled trimming la used on a great
many rrenlng dreaaea. '1. ' ' :
DlsUnctly thla la aa much a lace tea
ton aa It la a velvet eaoo. "
- Bash end may be fringed, and thla
fringe may be plain or knotted...
Metallic lace la need a great deal to
give that Byhantlne or oriental .touch
to the new airdlea. . '
ha wldow saw Ihat he waLa rc-ATnl peasant blouaa ba the bolero-
Whe la an angel there: Ano wn a
heantv that never fadea. but growa In
r'mot. mill Iip ninety ft-ct tplendor to tbe perfect dayrUe lovell.
net or in angei giowa.
. . . A .
centric. She rather timtaiy conseaiea
to bear him. aud be aald:
T 'want, to ask the aame question
over again. "Why haveu't you mar
ried a second timer ' ' -;
annnn. auiiDoBa I haven't been
asked r he tilunhlngty replied.
"Thar It, eht Haven't been here
two week yet. and I've heard of a
doaen wklowera and bacbeior about
here. Iou't . Jump now.' loo are
young. You are a good looking a wo
man aa 1 ve seen iu ivwu. m
doubt you run cook and manage a
house a well aajhe beat or jnem. -1
can nee only two reasons why you are
a widow after four yeara. Did you
tow never to marry agalnT"
I-I can't aay I did, though I had
ana of the beat of boabanda. I don't
think we ought to talk abont It."
"Then It yon didn't vow ira because
you are a widow of email mean, and
these avaricious rlllnlns, aronnd here
want to Blurry money."
"Tea; I am oor
WANTED Olrl . for- general bouse-
work. Good wage for ngni party.
Call at 414 Water Street or phone
1501. u"' ' ' " ' '""
nerve b pnn-eeded lo climb down that
pertlou ladder and reached tlie ground.
It la eatlmated that be traveled nearly
i fino fwt In y aerial Journey and
half that distance with hi bead down
The game of aeUi ied word la played
thiia Tha coniDBUV mar le uiviuou
Into aldea. each b" aelectlng a word,
the object of on aide lietng to find out
the word selected by tne oiner. i,
word must be tbe name of something
well known lo both aldea. woroa oi
two or more meaning are the beat
to be selected, eucb aa pen. oet. maMv
raU. deer. etc. The anwra are mu
more varied and tbe word more dim
cult to aelect Each Bide ak que.
Uona of the other, wmcn enouio oa
anawered In a plain, matter of faet.
truthful way. Th aide gueaaln the
hidden word In tbe feweet queatlone la
victor! ou. 1,1 ' '
No matter bow perfect the outline
may be. ugllne of thought aud fetl-
Ing will make an ngly aoul ana mat
ngltneaa will creep Into tbe face and
poll It. . ; . '.
You know thlT
ye, but donbtleas you have heard It
a a tort of pretty sennwHit. ion
have held It aa a kind or consolation
offered to- the plain of feature.
It la a scientific fact. . ; k .
It U aa true a that two and two
are four thni beauty la not without to
work Inward, but la wlthlJ to work
. ' Tea Aeademte. '
Bhopkeaper-Wtnt a situation aa er-
.nl kr.. An ranJ WalL Can TOO tell
. h moon ir from tbeldava the Dlot began to develop.
earth, eht . ' nelgbbora began to come in and con-
. vcAH mm'nn. 1 don't know. I aratulata her on having money,
".' " r -.:i- . ,.w - vi-
.w i ain't naar c-nonaii ToiiMtintT oarjer came out wiui at iuu
"Widow. I want to lend you 1100 In !
caHh," wild Mosea as he counted It put.
"But I can never pay It back, and
you are a stranger, l-l tblnk you
bad better go." "
"Widow, here'a the hundred.. When
I want It. ten or fifteen year from
now, I'll call for It. Meanwhile buy
you some new clotbea. You'll aoon ba
hcorlui that lou are a widow with
money. Keen a cloae tongue. Admit
nothina: den nothing. 4ust be ea-
rna." - . - r "'"'
"But I can't go on deceiving folka.'
all nrntmted. '
"Tou co right on naylng nothing aud
leave things tn the hands of rrovl-
The wldowfound It hard to under
stand what Moses waa driving at, but
ha retained the $100. Within three
outline. It may ba fasti lo dm rrom i
Persian allk and mesaalina. plain and
figured foulard or , eyelet embroidery
and plain Unea.
T iXTDia CHOLLET.
, Thla May M anion pattern la cut tn alaaa
for a thirty-four. thlrty-al. thlrtylght.
forty ana forty-two Inch boat measur.
nil ia Mutt ta thla offlra. slvln number.
tm. an It promptly forward to
yon by aiall If In baata eand an addi
tional two oant stamp tor laltar poataa.
which Instate more prompt delivery.
v Real Eatate'Tranafera.
The following real estate transfer
were tiled In the office Of tha County
Vera i Oaach to -Gilbert Gilbert son,
10 aerea of Hood View acres, 10.
E. M. and Cora Dt Babcock to Wil
liam N. Price, tot 7-8 acrea of aactlon
7 and 18. 110. . .
William N. and 8talla a Prioa toE.
M. and Cora D. Babcock.. $10. i
Frank. F. Reiner and Ina D. Reiner
to Mra. Dora E. Meredith, lot 66,
Jennings Lodge, $10..
WANTED-Blda ' for'. School Build
ing, JBchool District NO.. ?, uraw-
Inga and apecincauona may- w v
talned at the residence of J. R. Oat
field. Concord Station. Bide to bo bud
mttted to A. C Arnold. Cleric of tho
School Board or C. W. Rialey, Chair
man, MUwaukie.-Oregop, Roota No. 1.
We reserve tne ngni to reject m; "
all bida. Bids will b received up to ;
Monday. May 15, 191L, .v ,
WANTED--Tou to know tnat wa buy-
all klnda of Cnrioa, tna wa.aiw
the market for aeeond hand rural
t ture and Tools. Wa alao have a
- good assortment of . aeoond : hand ,
Furniture and TooU on hand lor
aale to thoao in need. Coma acJ
' see; perhapa we have Juat what you
-want Indian Curioa and trlnketa
. for aala chean: aomo that ara vary
unique and alao very rare. GEORGE
YOUNG, Main, near Fifth atroet.
Interfere with me running errudav
i JI got tha Job,-Tit mt.
1 ) 4: 1
4t0 lit -4
Bfd. opfli linfa coticti-called sanitaf y
ccsctia Wc will sell on accoant. of
. Turnlture and Hardware
. . - y
irsr: PARES EAST
:. . i9ii ..
u-h. la a baby like wheat t Because
tt ta flrat cradled, then thraabed and
finally beconiee the oower oi to iaui-
What la thai wmcn
with a bead, without
lull and without a talll A wig. ..
tvh.n M tallora and nous agent
both In tbe aame business! v u During the montna e way, -un,
they gather tbe taut.
Why are the uuest
laalestT Because they
longer In bed than other.
What claa of women
give tone to society 7
fljellal. , ' ,
Read tha Morning finterprlae.
FOR ; BALE Eight tmoice ouuuius
loU at a bargain in.'tiiaoaione. -quire
at thla office ,?
FOR SALE Beautiful upright piano.
mahogany ease, I17B. inqutre
"Enterprise. . . . .,
FOR BALE Incubator and two Brood-
era, good condition, fib iot an.
H. Mattley. 7th St. ; -, I ,
ara apt to
It Wouldn't Pay to Advertise
Nor .' pVopMltlon of '.awbtful merit ar honttty-fer ad-raadr.
yn, ra .pilC-IIMINATINa. They know vahee-thy know
"Iuini thing, ganulno paortunltlea. ' ' , ,J t
ny artlelt inU
-OD article., Y0U gra.ta. IU buylnB th,n" wh,?h. h' ; .,
" H pubiieity. 3 I . y: - ; . ' M , T
Tha maker tffL rtlal ; eommodlty, I.
trial for hi bu.lnaa Hfa. .Hh oannat thtrk, nor ena-pen
uet-ina,, I. tha beat g-oaetble protection foe the eontumtr.
y ire 1APK In .irylni thlnoa-lft ,ha loglt
'y butlnaea -oonditlona.
, The Bmall Cray Meua. ?
The email trey mouee ran aaat.
and i ha small ray moua ran west
j And could not tall ht the laaat
Which way waa w.
. , ..- . . '
TV amall m IMUM MB nOrth.
And th m0 ry moua ran outb -
And acurrlad baoa ana rorm -To
hmm th klttan'e dreadful tooth
lined mouth. ' "
. ' !- '" I - ' : . "
But kttty thought It praalou fun , .
To the pantln moual run.
And whan It almoat got away
Har furry paw upon It baeb weuld lay.
But bitty grew toe vala and aura,
fth thought th had th mouae eaour.
Phe turned hrr hoad; h hut her eye.
That waa not wis. ' ' (
And ara th knw - . , -Th
gray moua up tha chimney new,
, Wbar dlnty cata could not puraue,
go ah had nothing alss to do
"Ut rW"VX -.tNteholaa.
August and 8ptmbrt on datee
. .-,;. ahown below, the
' will tell round trip tlckett from
Oregon City Yia Portland
that a certain worthy widow had been
left a legacy, and the editor waa glad
of it. It waa known aU over tha vil
lage that In buying new hat for 15
aherhad offered a ten dollar bill to bo
ehanaed. The widow wanted to deny
tha re port a. bjt abe remembered the
caution she had received,
it waan't two wcfka before a wid
wr railed. He didnt aay a word
about tbe rumors.. Indeed, he fonght
ahy of the money question. He Jut
..i.l that he had been a lonesome
widower for five long year and waa
getting tired of It v
One day Moaea Bllaa dropped in to
"Juat keep serene and aaw wooa.
Thing I working." . - -' '
"Bnt these men are coming becauaa
they want to marry me.", replied the
Widow. r tr ' , - . -
"For aur.. Let em come and tate
yonr pick.'' . -. .: - '
- And a month later, when he returned
and made hie call, be noticed that the
Mr. Bchram Hat New Job.
Carl A.8ohrm, who haa been con-
Council Bluff ...
8t Joph ........ ....y"!
fit. Paul.. i:! '
St. Paul, via Council Bluff . . . .
Mlnneapol a, v a Couno I BlutTe
New York ..,
u.aklnntan. D. C.
. SALE DATES "
May 16, 17, It, 19, 22, 8 84, 25, 27, 28
and 29. ,
June 6. 7, 9, 10 12, 16, 17, 21, S .
I July .1. 2,t, '4,6,, 19, 20,26 27 and
$ 75.00 1 widow waa confused and flmUrated.
-Well, which la Itr. ne aaaea.
t-lta aa- widower. Ha any he
loved me for two yeara. Bnt I must
tell him that I've not got a lot of
"ftnre. but he'a tald that he loved
yon for yourself alone, hnan't heT
' "Tea."'" '' ' ' . ' V s '
'i-riin he can't go back on himself
-Z lr, t i.w.-a moneT to etart love, but when
106.00 ft get to going It keepa right on.. Bay
ye and Keep aerene. ...
And Beacon Tltll wfll tell you that tt
turned out a happy marriage and that
Mosea Bll got hi left lung back. .
!' ' ' '" CAN BY. '
Mr. Chrl Craft, who had been In
a Portland on account of an operation
wi: forced to return to Portland for
further medical treatment Her hut-
band anent Sunday with her.
Mr. George Brown waa in uanoy on
buslneaa Monday. ' . ' - ' .
Th following lettera remain un
called for at the Canby poatofflca and
were advertised on May 6: Cnmmma,
Mra. E. M.; Hagh, J.; Knight, Maude;
Rath, J. B.;:Roe, Mr. Clair E. -
Mra. A. IdLKalght ia visiting menus
and relatlveat Portland thla week.
Mlaa OlUa Jonea, of Portland, la vla
ltlng her alater. Mra, Maaterton. oi
thl nlaca. . . ,--r
u Mr., George Spencer baa purcnaaea
a piano. , .
mi.. rlnr Armatrona accomnanled
members of the Pal-Omega Fraternity
of the Dental College of Portland, on
an outing Hip up the Columbia on a
ateamer to Tha Dalles. - .
Tbe regular Quarterly Conference
of the W. E. church of Canby will meet
on May 15 at the church. '
Tbe Riverside school close Tues
day with a picnic. - Thirty-nvo now
haa been raised with which to buy lea
cream. ... ' i . '. 1
tv. . nk nrova lunlor base ball
team defeated the Portland Cotta Sun
av: Rcora 13 to 11. " .
The Oak Grove athletlo club team
defeated the Sellwood team Sunday at
Bollwond.. Score 14 to 8. '
Mlaa Nellie Welnaonreed and Grace
Knickerbocker, of Mllwaufcie. epent
Sunday with Mra. cnariea wonuina
inn and attended the ball game. :
Ex-Road Supervisor Harrle and aev
era! of the discharged men went to
Oregon City Monday morning on num
MIL ' ( . '
Mr. J. B. Event waa a roninna n
itnr Monday. . 1
Mra. Lillian Riley went to tne ine
Fir cemetery Monday morning.
Carpenter ara repairing tne
Inter houae. ' -
Mrt.i BerV Wiutama and twer were
RANGES Overstock of Ranges, new
and second-band, cneap. j. . -"
tley, Jth St.. ., .
CLOSE IN 4 lota facing Madison St,
rrand view, very cheap; $440.
Terme. CLYDE 'A McRAE, .1003
Main St., Oregon City.
lost; '-'.fX'T- -.
LOST A pair of gold rimmed glaaeea,
on Seventh; between isjwr u ,
ateps, Monday, May 8. Loava at--Enterpriaa
office. . ' . ,,'
v.. na recently be-1 28, 19 ana e.
, .;...d ..t.mhr 1. 4. 4. 6. 6 7.
secretary oiioa i
nrunn Enalneerinr A
fv. ..htii aucceeo mouh
and blMlme will bo entirely taken up
with htg new dutlee.. . - , . . ,
i ELLtRY CAFEN ' FUNEJIAU
8rvlet Over Ramalna of Willamette
' Shoe Manufacturer. --
The funeral of tho late EU'ry Cap-
en. who died laat Saturday.
Tueaday.. Servlcaa Vera WftW
tnornlrg at the borne ot r
conatructton 8top.OT.ra Hht limit In M'" daughter. JL
Ut Parker. rlO,:rwtl0H. Final return limit ;. Ltt., ,d Rev. E. F. rr,merpiftn. pss-
tor of the Methodist Epltcopai Church
Grace Powell haa flleda ault for di
vorce againat Harry IT Powell, td
wh?m the waa married at Hot Springe,
7?Wt JnW IT. 1906. She charg
P. htm with deaerUng her August 15.
. . ... W1V through California 0f Oregon City, preached, tho tuneral
.... agent, or writ, to posed Quartette that
- WM. MeMURRAY,
Ctnerat Paaanor Agant
; Portland, Oregon. .
j.a .oUrtlnn. Beautiful flora
.., i,,tra 'were in evidence. Tha pall
yut uo- - ' "
bearer were T
3. Gary. B. T. liaaa.
L08T Rain coat on Molalla- road.
above Eaatham tcnooi nouaa. rij
finding aame leave at E. B. Shoen
born't groeery etore, upper Seventh
Street, and receive inward.-" -
BUILDER ANO COACTOft
HARRT JONX-BnIlder and Oeaaral
Contractor. Batlmatea ehearfany
' given on all elaaaea of benelng
work, eoocrete walkn and rfovead
eaoerete. Rea. Phot Mato llLi 1
O. D. EBY, Attoroey-aww. uu7
loaned." a b tract ruruiaatw,
tlUea examined, eetataa settled, two-'
era! law buaineaa Over Bank of.
Oragoa dty.- ; ' '
TJTUEN f4CmJEBlBL, Attorneya-av
' Law, Deutaoaar aovwaa, ww p.-
tloe la all court, make eOlleetloa .
and aettlemeata.. Offloa l' Enter-
- priaa Bids. Oraaaa City. Oregon
FRETTAO ft MONET. Real Batata
- Dealer, have ehotee bargain la
farm landa. city and tuburban
hotaiea, good fruit landa and poultry
rejaahee, Sao ua for ' Bood . buy.
Near 8. P. depot' , .
M. H. COOPER. For Ftra laauranee
aad Real EaUt. Lot ua han'e
yow propertlea we buy, toll od
exchange. Office to E-terprUe
Bide, Oregon city. Crayon. ' V.
TT V TT TT 17 X - "
P e r t hero n '& i i i o n ;l
r WILL MAKE S2AS0N AT V t
Ote&m Citf; la PcL-pc-V iFcl
rCairC ju,,,, d.PPle baj. T7eJ;U 10 ftzz
Tpni Tb Ibbuw within $12 s! t:W f '
I Crnii: . tl0 To inrora colt to itAiid uii
wiU W taken to prerent aitJ, but will not U t : : )
rtilliur occur. It mar. ! temoYtd, aoU or trai:!, i
cocei at one. - - ' " 4 ''. V '