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MOKNINO ISNTEKPlUafc, TUUItSlA,Y, JUNK 1, 1911.
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Millinery Clearance Sale
To clear oar Mtlltnrry Drpartmrnt we are offer
lag beantifol and stylish assortment ol Hats and
Flowers -below cost. i "
FOX HUNT TO BE BIG
EM OF CANBY MEET
HORSES FROM ALL PARTS
STATE ENTERED IN RACE
warded the contract to build the
achool hou-at Concord Station. It
will coat between $5900 and $6fl00.
Professor Gill, of Canby, waa hero
Wednesday morning visiting Professor
HiMler., Mr. Gill ia oo hia way to East
ern Oregon. - . ...
Mr. J. Gleason and daughter were
Portland visitor Wednesday.
The trolley wire broke Tuesday
evening, delaying too cara fur au hour,
Manila BonflsfcL tMitubeU eiertrs by
the otasa. Jena Olaen, president ot
the high school, made the opening ad
dress and Otto Snyder the closing,
Professor Uleason. Of Portland, fa
vored the audience with several In
stru mental selections. V. Ihman
sang "The Star-Spangled Hanner'
while a tableau waa given. Grace
Martin and Olevlsl Johnson waved the
flag. "America" was aung by the en
Mlsa Frances Sham, of I.tourell.
ad Profeasor Robert Cloets, of New-
burg, were guesta of Mrs. Maggie
Johnson, and attended the graduating
The Urange will hold Ita regular
meeting Friday evening. It haa de
rided to hold a fglr thla fall and asks
the co-operation of everyone to help
make it as. success. Noted speaker, a
baby show and a floral exhibit will be
some of the features. Let every one
take hold and make this fair 1 suc
cess. . , . . . ..
The rain see me to be over for the
present and everybody Is ready for
cnaney iianieis and family re
turned to their home at Wallace la-
land last Thursday.
There was a big crowd at the min
strel show at the hall Friday night.
ana everybody went home well
pleased with the entertainment
L. Air. and Mrs. Barnes, of Portland.
ana two nice from Dakota, were vis
iting at Uncle Nick Darnall s a few
daya last week.
Mr. Evana has his new store nearly
completed and win soon be ready for
Nesta Churchill, who has been IL
iqiv m oe oui again.
. m -
r. ana sirs, ram Wallace were
visiting mends at Needy last Suhdav.
There-was an immense crowd at the
oati game at Moialla last Snnday to
sea iae game- between Moialla and
the Coons, the Coons winning by a
COr Of 4 to 3 In toil of th unfair
decisions of Mollala'a umnlre. n.
Molalla's played Veil, but the Coons
were too much for them
Born To Mrs. Maud Perry, on kfaw
9, a son.
everyone is watlng natientlv for
worg to begin on this and of the rail.
. The race track and grounds of the
Clackamas County Fair Association at
Canby are being put In condition for
' the race meet and horse Show nest
Saturday.' A big tlmo Is planned byl
the people that place, and there U
. no doubt but there will be many frera
this city ss well as other parts of
. the county In attendance. - Much in-
. terest Is being manifested In the meet
y the businesa men of C2by,
There are about 35 horses already
on the grounds to take part in the
races, and more are expected from
Portland. Salem. Eugene. Indcpen-
ence and McMinnville. Track records
, it is expected will be broken, and live
ly contests by the blooded horses tak
ing part. Some of the horses will race
In the events for $5000 and $10,900
. stake on the North Pacific . circuit
One of the big features of the meet
Ing win be the fox hunt at night. This
win be something new in this state.
The dogs that will take part In the
fog hnnt belong to Vaughan Brothers,
of Mollala. who report the animals in
first-class condition. Any other dog
owners having fox hounds who wish
to enter their dogs in the chase to
class with the Vaughan Brothers may
do so. The dogs owned by the Vsugh
ans are from the best fox hunting
strains Kentucky and Tennessee pro-
once, u any dog not belonging to the
. Vaughans takes pan in this hunt.
thee men are willing to stake any MOUNTAIN VIEW,
awuni mat iney win not be In the me rewdenta on Duam put down
race at the end of the three hours aft- M sldewlaks last week. The grade
r the fox Is Jumped. on the north side of the street waa
vaugnaa tsrotners nave imported n","e o nigh and the walk will prob
the red fox to this section of the coun-! blT be taken out.
try, and they have multiplied to such! Ton Carrico haa put a picket fence
an extent that they can be found in ln front of his house,
almost any part of Clackamas County. Ralph Grom and W. G. Hall put
The owners are-planning to take this i dn their walk before Memorial Day
famone pack to Kentucky next fall to J- M. Glllett did not get hia cement
take part in the big: International fox ! Ik down on account of the rain, but
hunt to be held there. They are well J ! IT It Thursday. If possible
'? f nunu and are experts i O. A. Vanhog returned home from
when Tf comes to training the dogs, j Washington last week.
.Mrs. stacy Bradley of Portland, via.
Ited her parents. Mr. and Mrs.. Nick
els, last Friday. Her sister. Mrs
.eivllaU nd cMdren, went home
with her to spend a few days before
cuing in nr noroe at Beuna Vista.
Mrs. E. A. Seeley. of Independence,
called on friends In this vicinity last
-wis Lurs Williams of Sellwood
is speoding this week here, a guest
of her brother, Horace Williams, snd
Frank Beard hived a swarm of bees
Mr. Harrington Improves.
Edward Harrington, road foreman
In th Oak Grov district, who waa In
jured several days ago by a fall. Is
much Improved. Mr. Ilsrrlngton sus
tained a fracture of a rib. While re.
pairing a wagon, he fainted and fell
against the steps of the road engine.
Heart to Heart
Dy EDWIN A. NYE.
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Claud Ashley helned John
shear sheep Monday.
Many of the Mulino neonlo wont m
tanoy ana Oregon City to attend me-
.... G. G. C roves made a business trip
to Portland Wednesday.
little Body, son and son-in-law, re
cently bought a two and one-half acre
tract on the west side of the Willam
ette and are building homes.
Mrs. Nellie Colson Is UL Dr. Mount
is in attendance.
Moldenhour place for the season, the i 8unaB' r Mr. Ryall on rheir old
saving moved to Oregon City ' TJ" to ' . . ,
to conduct a kuntin. ' Airs. K- B. Klmmel. of Pti.H-
I. W. Rivers went to Salem on bosl-1 Sf of her daughter. Mrs!
ness Wednesday. irnniocK. last Sunday.
There are no vacant hmmoa in
A force of men was set to work Mon
day morning on the Canby Canal's
Mr. Heckert, nroDrietor of hoti
aira. r.verett Hickman, of Spokane,
i inmg airs. a. L Hlckmsn this
Luther Duvall. of Sellwood, spent
Aiuuua or re.
Mrs William Beard Is In Sellwood
wna nr son, Ben. and family.
Mrs. Retta Seabolt. of Mount Tabor,
Meadowbrook. is gardening extensive- " .TJS,,,1? M,8S E,, Darling this week
ly cm the Guy Investment Company s , .. MTt- 8Te and daughter,
tana. i "". i i-oniana. were visitors In
J. W. Suudinger snd family were 1 " T,ncr Monday,
out bonking over the country Sunday I
in that new auto. MILWAUKIE.
a numoer or persons rrom town at-' nememuer the a'rawberry social
tended church at Mulino Sunday. Saturday evening at the City Hall by
Mrs. PenweJi, of Arleeta. Is vtaitlng tb Ladies1 Auxiliary of the Catholic
hr daoghrer. Mrs. Calvinrfhis week. ' Chnrch. A program consisting of re-
i v7 u sun on ine sick Hat. j "csomenis ana dancing has been ar
Mayor Allen, bookkeeper tor the ranged. Admission 23 cents. Every
cmft uamotr Lompany, nas re-I0""' welcome.
signed bis position and moved to Port- T mards of Linden Circle held
ana. wnere ne wiu engage in walnut lBr last drill last night, as the big
culture. Mr. Robibna. of Moialla, will contest comes off Wednesday even-
iw aiieT me nooKkeeping department ; inS ar rne armory.
for the Schafer Lumber Company. Miss Olsen, it Is reported, will build
ouy jewett, or ciarkes. Is working tnree new stores on Main street In
Tor the Canby Canal Company this
Mr. Wayne Robbins, agent for the
Umovt E. M. F. Anto Company, de
livered machines in town a few daya
A. L. Larkins snd family were auto
So far only three name are men
tioned la the race for Mayor Trnl
linaer. SchaXer and Darts.
OAK GROVE. .....
The Oak Grove team waa defeated
at Vancouver Sunday by the Barrel
team; sor I to : Beside the team,
Mr. aM Mrs. Howard Skoog, Mrs.
Holt. Mrs. D. O. Worthinnon
eral thers attended tfc nna
The rivet 'was lined with normU Wa. reeentativea from all th Norwea-lan
sbo.1 Day. it waa so wsrns every , "Cietl and churches of Portland.
e that could got out f the city. The , The entertainment was a grand anc
alaters of St Mary and puplla were icee and every one was -well pleased.
"J- There is a movement oa foot t ar-
Mr. 8ater has purchased a horse range for a permanent organization
ana wagon, and will oo !1 kinds of of a central commltte composed of the
, ' "cwjn; aaailcg and garden-' eoeletW and churches of Portlands
the near future.
Houses are In great demand jSnd
noma of the monled people should get
to work and build a few bouses to
rent. Every day our local agents have
cans lor nouses.
Mrs. Gould la able to alt up. Mrs,
Peterson Is still in the hospital, bnt
improving. Mrs. Elkins will be
brought home Wednesday, much Im
A big picnic was held at Crystal
Lake Park Memorial Day,
A. L. Bolated attended the meeting
or the committee baring In charge the
arrangement of the program and en'
tertinment for the celebration of
Independence day of Norway. May 17,
j The committee was eompoaed of rep-
The U. W. k. held its regular newt
g- Tneeday evening.
Contractors Alexander and Biack
erty win tart a lrg frame building
in Sen wood on Jon i. They hare
been to Concord to figw, on nortng
tat old school building.
. The graduating exercises were held
in The assembly tall' Saturday even
ing. Sere pupils of the high school
and seventeen of the eighth grade
were given state certificate. P. Beir-
kemetr. chairman of the board, pre
sented the diplomas. Superintendent
T. 3. Gary gav the claas address. In
strumental solos by Ann Kelly and
Ate Yott a Subscriber to tte
Nev7 Daily! . V
ff The Merniftfl EnderpriM is to be mm awcgessfnl as the Interests of Orogoa
CHy demand tt ssnst needs hare the support of aJL The new daily ass
big wwk before K Ja boosting; Gwscoa City ftad Pack a mas Cownty. Tow
rapport mean aaore etreogTh for thowork.
V7iII You Help Boost yevt pxra Interests?
For HmHsd tiaae the Mermis Katterjirlae will be sold to paid la adranee
r- -rlbevs mm fofiova: - ; , ' '
- 1 rw f no
now BE DIED.
Seaklng of hertHM
Note how Johu linuiy of N-nl!'ke.
Pa., died. .
1Ujomh1 away iitKlnit In a wenk
and faltering vole -The Top of th
Nor was be tntoxk-aied nor l;!
himself. He was aoUr uisd Its hi
right tulud. Tbnt a Uvluc n un sbonUI
ing the old IrlMb melody Iuh ead of a
religioue hymn sut m train; . Hut-
Grady waa an e!e -trh-nl murker. an.
one day he waa carried lulu the ie
ence of hi nmtlier with mi- lej; an I
both arms literally buriil off lr
current. In hia pitiful plight he xuf
fered agonlea iH'yund d.-crl:tlo;i
But wheu he aaw bia utulber he f,r
got hla pnlu.
ou ee. !!) i bora are Just lrnd o
In their !. It U the w.iy .' Hi-d
that when a n nuTr ln In UiW
lireaenw :ii'.v aimer at keculy a- ne
John t.'rm'v knev thiit.
' And-- vrahln u. k the .:t!M th rt
waa taMtiu Ii'h lif. ! t-n'M out t h h
motht-r ! ir th.it lie wna im ti i!
hurt. "Tlier l- no rauae for a'nrrii.
.omvotireeu." ll .ohi tJmdy to M
little old IrNh tiiTtirAiid then
Sceins the liwk bf niiitenmt Bnuuiiii.
he thought of hia mothers favorite
song. She b.ml aung It to him in b
cradle. - Often they had sung It together.
To prove to her that there waa no
reason to be concerned about him be
started to sing the old melody.
Trivial? under ordinary circum
stance trivial, but now it was the oat
burst of tbe holiest Impulse n boy csn
know. Sorely the angels in heaven
most have beard and changed that
roistering song Into a paesn of praise.
The song faltered ceaeed.
Somehow Grady's voice won Id break
ln aplte of him; the brave lips twitch
ed; the light died oat of the boy's bine
Well? now better could a boy die?
It is not so bard to be a hero when
the elbow of v yonr comrade tnarlu-a
yours and the Hag snaa over your
head In tbe thrill f a hnrce. tr when
the crowd cheer you up the (udder f
aave the child fmm a burn nv Itut ilinvr.
or to gu down w.t!i your u ) m ih
eight ef the n--ued. driiu- twtr i.
Be-aae-yoit throw into tiie nnfr
taln IrtVarh nil the vifi-r f m aim, z
Wbes tlie horn In awful au n'.
when nr nart la f ii.lm; trlirn jour
breath rosv lilfnlly-lhat iliffere.ti.
PUnty f SUsa.
From Ihe sue of five to 'ven
twelve hours of .le are. ne.viiry.
and until nine year of a:e inerv
should be eleven hours, whivh length
of time should I continued . Iijk,
age of fourteen, when the aleeo. mnjr '
be mlui-ed to ten hour.' ChlMrrof
nervous, aeualtlve dlxpo-IMoii tiiUht
lie allowed an even longer time, n
should children of all ages whrti lanly
growth aeeuia spoially raild Even
the lime f year makes a different
to the amouut of sleep reulrHl. aud
all children abouUI be allowv.1 to alee
longer during winter than during the
Children who suffer from great
drowalneaa need metlli-al alleuttou
Slight drowslii"a deniamla attemloii
to the stale of the bowels, whh b tuny
be CoUtlmled. titviil wiikefuluca Is
likewlae a aerioiia waiter aud may be
tbe beglunlng of brain iron 1. 1.
With regard to-ihe laHl. it la worth
while to make an effort for each child
aleep alone, and on no account
should a yonng child be allowed to
aleep with a very old person.
GREEN & MERRILL
Surveyor and Draftsmen
All work promptly snd accurate
. subdivision a tpeelalty
Room 14, MasonlS' lido. -Off
lee Phon No. M0J Orsjon.
. City, Orspen
Rsdnce Phon Main 1171
WHY THE CLEVtLA
FAILS TO WIN
a-ea see set
ND CLUB f
lie ulau'rvaili aa;a;
ml dian i know how f
runs a lien It gel Hie 1
It waalea omriililllea.
A Child's Diet.
Th fa mou-French dietician, Gau
Hat la nn Mmtwl u.lnif that tt
tbe'llnit three year- of a child a i.te!;wiuw "I'PWlers ate lontli lolaaa
lluuhey Jennlnita eVilMln the
nijinierv of the t leieiann club
failure to win uiole cduiea with
ncn beavv artillery n Hie team
baa lo UMirt tbe pilclicra
k,tlui:h.'jr l tie utau'rvaiii aaya;
to score run
chance It waslea omrii
aud lis snack, tor an ita big van- j
ber guna. la aeUlotn.eoiiieiitraieu 1
and niter limed wlih any fore j
thought " If s schemer or the !
Jenntnga rt had hold of Hie 4
club it would make run 2
JAKE DAUBERT A WONOER.
reeklyn's First Batsman Threatsns I
iM 4 .Usurp Throne et Hal Chase.
Jake lautrt. tue young Ural !
mau of th Mrokiyn Nuiloniila. t trees t
tos to dethrone Hal I'linae aa Hie king
f first sucker While American
the addition of mum-nlar tiaaue may
and ought to be giveu lo blui in a very
Koaat mutton o ia tub. beet. mlnved
bam. egga In all style, rreama and
rice, vermlielll in aoup. butter, thor
oughly cooked frill ta, stewett pitaloea.
green vegetatilAa and cm-oa-ail of the
are suits tx
U state thnt tbe excluaive ue nf
milk tend to mnk fat. lympuatk-.
puffy cblldrvn. capable of atandlng lit
ti Thla is further accent ua tea by
tbe abuae of sweetened dlhe ll la
also itecenaary at thla age lo avoid giv
Ing food which ar ntgiily t-.iiiiti
and too much salted- Fat 0li iber
ring and aaluioui. dry l)h or
smoked i. muahroouia. cniatn.-ea or vine
gar and apicea, dry. raw
Danliert a the equal of Cbaa.' there
are lbouMuda of fans In the .National
rlrrult that consider the trH)klyn boy
ta giMKl aa the Yankee atnr Home
bare none further and have proclaim
td Dnuliert Ihe king of guardian of
the Initial station tine nf tNtihrrr
beertleat auHrtera la Charley Hooln.
the eiery manner of ijie Phillies
In Charh-y'a viliiintlin Chnae never
Sompared with lniita-rl. "and." adda
the Mery liied leetler. "Jake hits not
fet attained hia top form
From the viewpoint of many, Dan
belt hi a harder and more doendntl
bitter In a tm-h thin youthful Hal.
llao DsutMrt can throw with rhore
accuracy to second or third baae.' As
a graceful fielder the Dfltiliert adder
H,," "r """ 1 inla M..mA II. ,.J,.I .. kia
...I.I rw.it- . ....!.... .("'- -- - "--re
""' u-iii,n-,,r r rrmrmni
cheeee. alcoholic ilqin.r. ,f all o.. rfti
tlona and coffee and ten nhooio imh
The Mo'tyeoddlsd Btby
A truly leeuilfui iwmy . hhk nrn
tifnl nnder any clreumism-ea either
winter'a cold or autninera heit
Rlgura of climate liuprov II It ta not
like the coddled child, whh b baa li
special day. ' -
SclentllW- retiring Includea. among
other peraiinernaMa. the feedlnit tait
I with It ionirvl oiin hi nf spe
cial foodM. Bottle feeillng amlla Ihe
looks of m heby. ,
Several lemllog authorltlea have
agreed tbnt amklng the imlln nihta
tnoutbple-e or TiMulnrter diaorgan
Ixea the mn-iea or the fc It de
velop some of them abnormally and
I also liable to chance the shape ot
the llpa snd the Angle of the Jaw.
The. mecnanlcBt life of the acien
tirically retired haoy nnnatural. and
when dealing with tatnlea it a ante
to asavn thnt anything unnatural la
wrong Mechaniea ncttnn of organa
that are strengthened' and improvt-d
by constant chanitv cannot possibly
make for beauty. '
ran gi a
HOME RULE LAW DOESN'T
APPLY IN DRY COUNTIES
SALEM. Or., May Jl. (Special.)
Affirming Judge Knowles, of Wallowa
County, in the caae of tbe state
against E. T. Schleur, appellant, the
Supreme Court, In an opinion written
by Justice Moore and concurred In
specially by Justice Burnett, held that
under the Home Rule Amendment"
an Incorporated city or town csnnot,
without having a favorable election by
legal voters, through Its City Council,
pass an ordinance allowing the sale
of liquor for beverage purposes when
the county within which that city or
town Is located Is "dry."
"Giving t each word of the amend
ment the Importance to which It Is en
titled." writes Justice Moore, "It will
be seen that while. the legal voters of
every city and town are authorised to
license or prohibit the sale of Intoxi
cating liquors therein, the. clause, but
such municipality shall within Its II m
Its be subject to the provisions of the
local option law of the state. Is a limi
tation upon the power delegated.
whereby It esn be exercfefe,3njytln
BRIDGE CLUB ENTERTAINED.
Mrs. E. A. Chapman Charming Hootoaa
st Delightful Meeting.
Mrs. E. A. Chapman entertained
moat charmingly the Wednesday Aft
froon Bridge Club at hef home, Blsfb
and Washington streets. The prizes
were won by Mrs. Lena Charmaa and
Mrs. C O. Huntley. Af'er the game,
dellghtfal refreshments ere served.
Thoe present were Mrs. Lena Ch ar
ia. Mrs C. C Haatley, Mrs. Nleta
Barlow Lawrence, Mrs. C D. La tour-
eite, Mr. J. R Humphry, Mrs. Lena
Cusrmsn, Mrs. Theodore Osmond,
Mrs. Henry O'MaJley, Mrs. A. A. Price,
airs. n. Bollock, Mrs. U R. Beetle.
Mrs. H. 8. Mount. Mrs. L L. Portw.
Mrs. B. T. Sands, Mrs. L. A. Morris,
Mrs. E. L Bolser. Mrs. tL K. Jones,
Miss M. L, Holmes and M s Xell Cat:-
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Read the Morning enterprise. - -
Making Home Ptsasant.
The young cannot hear reatratct
Rememlier that the evening Is an "off"
time, and do not "provoke" your chil
dren Let them- know that they are
free to do what they Hke within cer
tain llmlts-snd borne will be a good
aa a club If poaalble. set apart a
room for the boy where they may be
alone if they want to and where they
ran pursue any bobby which please
them If tbey are sitting with yon
do not exercise yoor mind to And jobs
for theta Home people like to losf
It la tbelr way ef restoring energy
fo not interfere with their amuse
ments unless abeetntely bod Better
tbey should par tbem In your borne
than out of it
The way bahie are Jumped about
and made to -show off" la a sas) sight
to tbe woth.T woo has studied tbe art
of poyocai culture. Every time that
a baby Is made lo exerrtae Ita bra Iff
M av fjartliig wttb a portion of energy
which It will need lo after Hfe. Even
tbe frolic of daddy should be given
with cantlon and la small dose If a
child la taught to lie quietly In Ita
cradle you will be surprised to flnd
bow long it will sir use itself looking
st one toy or Just kmning about. Home
people csnnot take child In their
srma without dancing it in the air or
indulging in the Miotic practice of ac
tually toaalng it.
ar s saw
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Children and Servants.
Never encourage children to tell tales
of aervanta. aa tbey are only too ready
to as tbla power as a means of ob-
the manner prescribed In the law re-ltainlng their own enda. On the other
ferred to." I band, never let a servant nnnlah a
child without first apitlng to tbe
miatree maid who la found alnp
ping or shaking a child should be spo
ken to eery severely, for these 111 con
sldered punishments maka tbs little
one lose caste ta bis own eyes and
tend to destroy his self respect. -J
JPal Yourself In the i
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When rou write your claaaifiad a
ad or any kind of an ad try to
Include in It Jut the Information
you'd Ilk to find If yon war aa
ad-reader and were look in tm an a
ad of that kino. .
If you do thlato even a small 4
ad will bring Re- )
Pbto by Amaetean Htm Awwiatn
tun Baoasat. naooa lts s exsvaa etast
for a throw and rem li uul aa far fretu
the base a Cbaae evrr did. Aa o
which ha the faster ibinkin abllli
la a otoutwd u4testlou
Thla la Imubert s second year In fsai
company, sad be la leHrniuii In every
game. Without quoilon lnuliert la
one of the moat promislug tlrat boae
men that ever jimmied his way into
th majoe leagues, and If he i-oatlnr
nee to lnow at tbe rate thnt he baa
shows sloe be donned a lxhrr nnl-
form the time la not far away when
the fan will do homage to hint a tbe
gresteet Brat baaeotan that ever wore
LARNER VERSUS GOULOINQ.
Or.st.st Walkers In Wed I Compet
0. E. Lamer, tha vtmi ITnoiut. .n.
r and Solder of several world's rec-4
oms. will : compete ' ngslnst tleorge
Gouldlng. the Canadian champion, in
Toronto tbe second week of Jnne.
Lanier won the walking champion,
snip ai ine Olympic games In London
in lOfW, with Gonldlng In third place.
Tb Istter. however, has Improved won
derfully and seems destined to take tbe
measiwe of any one he mets In a heel
and toe event.
Tbe Canadian A. A. C. recently pass
ed a rule patting the ban on special
veota, so tbst the coming race will
bare to be an open one. with bnt two
tars as the possible coo tenders.
CURRENT SPORT TOPICS
Flfteeu players of tbe Herman town
Cricket club of Philadelphia will be
lent abroad to play against tbe Eng
lish cracks In June Dr. J. Norman
Henry will lead the learn.
More than I2.0UU 0 prise money will
be distributed at tbe annual reeatta
of tbe loterlake Power Boat associa
tion at Pat-In Ita y In July. Tb races
will continue for it) re days. ,
More than 8Ut athletoa. reoresntine
nineteen college, have been entered In
tbe tnnnal western conference meet
which will be bold In Minneapolis in
Jnne. Notre Dam la tb favorite for
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To Introduce The Marnlns
EntorsrU Into, a large, major
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City and Clackamas eouty tha
management ' has decided to '
make a special prto for tha ,
dally Issu. for a abort tim e
, only, wherw th subeeriser aaya
m year In advaaoa. ,
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advance. 18.00. 4
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ranee, $1.00. 4
People who, gar our canvas- - )
sen trial anbscrtptlon for on
or mora months, at tea eeais a )
week, csn bar tha daily Aeitv- e
.ered for a year for 3M by
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mall, for four months at a del-'
lar, may have th paper for a'
yar for 11.00, If paid a year In
navfcnce- . v '
Subscribers to th Weekly
Enterprise may ohang their .
subscriptions to tha dally, re-
cnlylng orsdlt for half Urn on
tha dally that th weekly is -
paid In advance. Whn thy re
choose to add cash to tha' ad-
vanes payment equal to a full
ysar'a advance paymant they .4
may take advantage of th f )
rate. , .
W maka this tpeaial nrtea
so that r""lv rv pa'l
In advauU sj -... c... r t ' 7
and .wish to take the I" '-1
Eoterprlaa, tn;y da so .. r-t
too grsat axp-.:.
EXPERT IN mi
(IF MBRARY L
HOOKt ARC BSIN0 ARRNCI
THKY MAY BE CAilV
' Announcement was
day that the library wuld .r
ened tha latter Prt of th
the first of next week. I
last week to receive J'.
for ths rearrangement of in i
VMlsa Toppey, repro",,r
the Btnle Library A'
peilntending the work of
tbe books properly, so w7
..n tnnA hv natron- o'
unteers are M,l"t,n,"1J11J!nm -been
carefully 'selected ft n ;
suthors and tha collection
creaaed as fast as the a- -
permit, - '
' B..I Kstst Trajjf7
V o .r.A InllilS El'"'
narau v. - -
Yandell. 1 acre of rfectlnni-.
1 south, rang S etU l -
T r in f! BCt.
Anion iiiuu -seres
of a I Cof refr V
son and wife, township 1 10'
east; $1,01.2. - '
Niels snd Karen Jensen
Jensen, unlvlded ' '
D. L. C. of Pefor
j k aa. rvai
and Agne. BchaebeltoJ
ron. 2.11 acre 01 (h ,
D. L. C. township t 0Utl1'
J. J. Coci e. trusiee.
rw,L. t n and A. V- I"" .
eily ha!f rf lot 1 and i
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