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MORNING 'jENTEKPHiafc, TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1911
w;i SCHOOLS TO
STATE SUPtltlNTENDCNT ISSUES
CALL FOR ANNUAL
L. R. Alderman. State 8uerinleu
dent of Public Instruct! u, (u issued
call to school authorities to observe
June IS aa "annual school-meeting
On that day Inspection oT the
grounds of all the schools In the atate
la to be made, tbe building used for
achool purposes are to be considered
and conditions will be dlacuaaed by all
peraona taking part In the inspection.
Tbe Inspection la to begin at 11 a. m.
with discussion at 1:30 p. nu and a
meeting of the board of directors of
every school district will be at 3:30
This system has been carried out
with good results In the East, where
cases of unsanitary conditions, which
are charged in some of the schools nf
Oregon, have been found and correct
ed by Tlsltor on
OP TONKIN WEDS -AUGUSTA
WEDDING BREAKFAST SERVED
AT HOME OF BRIDE'S
A very pretty and impressive wed
ding ceremony was solemnized Sun
day at th German Evangelical church,
when Mia Augusta Schrmder became
tbe wife of Obea Tod kin. Jr., (he mar
riage ceremony being' performed by
Rev. r. Weveaiek. .
The cburcn was beautifully decorat
ed with lilies and roses. The bride
was handsomely dressed la blue silk,
ever which was beaded net. sent from
Germany, the former home of the
bride's parents. She wore a long tale
veil, and carried bride' rosea." Many
friends witnessed the ceremony. Af
ter It a wedding breakfast was served
at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Schrader. the bride's pore is. The
rooms of the Schrader home were
artistically decorated with ferns and
Mr. and Mrs. Tonkin have ana an
a brief hooey moon, and epos their I
return will make their home oa the I
West Side. The voanx cranio sr.
- wen know la this city. The bride is
the third daaghter of Mr. and Mrs.
Schrader. and has resided la this city
. aaoet of her life, while Mr. Too kin ia
the only soa of Mr. amd Mrs. a Ton
kin, of the West Side, He Is a mem
ber of the office stag of the WUlam
t Palp ft Paper Company.
Mrs. p. K. Hammond aad daughter,
Mia Marguerite, of Eugene, are visit
nag Mr. aad Mrs. William Hammoad.
A irst terttatioa abould be accepted
tf pass fbla.
A aote ef mvttatioa to a dinner
anauheua or iheater party should have
wiUlea aote ef reply within twenty
Sear hear so that the bootees may
have time to fill the place should a
gas at be aaabte to accept.
It I polite to give reasons for de
clining aa tavttarJoo. each as a previ
ew engagement or absence from town.
If a prerloo engagement is mentioned
It I courteous to explain Its nature.
Aa Invito Hon ahoold never bo ac
cepted prorislonally-es. for Instance. I
"I sbouid be delighted to acceDt your (
charming invitation If I am well j
enough" or "If 1 am In town." j
Aa ia vita do once accepted Is s !
binding obligation. If Illness or any I
ether cans arises, making it Impossible I
t ge te a dinner or lencheon after j
having accepted, an Immediate note of '
explanation and regret abould be sent
to the boats.
There Boat be no delay la answer
ing aa in vita boa to a dinner, break
fast, home wedding, la do boon, card
party, wedding breakfast or theater
Real Good Manner.
It ia the greatest mistake to think
that manners are only for society and
are to be set aside with our outdoor
garments when we come borne, if
manners are meant to hide tbe on
elgbtly aide of human nature, to clothe
the nakedness which shocks our highly
cultivated sens of what Is fitting. It
la surely at borne that this primitive
aspect is most likely to obtrude, and
it Is Just as shocking when displayed
at our own fireside as to tbe world at
large. If parents taught tbe sons of
the house to be polite to their sisters
and tf they themselves were polite to
each other there would be fewer on
happy homes. Boys often think tbat
manners are only meant for girls, bat
they would be none the worse or less
manly for knowing how to behave,
while It , ts tbe greatest help to a girl
arbee she goea out In tbe world to be
ebi to feel at eaae In society, to enter
And leave a room gracefully and to
fad tbe right thing to say when her
another friends speak to her.
' A atrene; epray that can be attached
te tbe faocet of tbe bathtub I indis
pensable. It I aeaential In shampoo
tog. aa It remove tbe soap from the
hair quickly and with Bttlo effort
Ate Ybtr: a Subscriber to the
J : NeT7 Datfy?
' ff The Morning enterprise Is to he aa successful aa the inter eats ef Oregon
City demand It mot need have the) support of all. The new dally baa
big work before It la boosting Oregon City aad CI ackama County. Tour
support mean mora trngth for tbe work.
XJiXi Yea Help Boost yoot own Interests?
r-t a Kmtte4 time the
'. a aa follow:
FALKENBKRQ STEALS THIRD
AO IN FIVt SCASONS.
The thft of a hne by Cy
Palkelrg of jhe.Oeveiaad
Americana off Nig CUre at id.
Louis re-eutty was ao aa uu,
precedeated eveut. sarprtsiug as
It may hart read when It was
flashed over tbe wires. Pred
tole a base last Mm and also
one la 1U07. niektng three stolen
buses for him In live seaxous. Ity
getting such an early start. how.
erer. tbe elongated pitcher tupst.
be Intending to go after Kddi
MAY FORM NEW LEAGUE.
Eight City Circuit Will B In Operstien
Nest Season if Plsns Don't Kail.
A new Class A league will be In op
eration In ItUi say a prominent uinn
It Is nomtuallv denned to give tbe
patrons of tbe one club major league
cities a chance to see continuous h
ball, but really Is Intended to U a
permanent check on tbe epnnlou pol-
"School-meeting I icy, of tbe ambitious Americsu ssoci.i
i tion. The new league as pltii'iucd at a
secret conference recently will be ma-le
up of I'lnctunatl. Pittsburg. I H'trolt.
Cleveland, a club ou the north side of
(Chicago and clubs In three cities yet
to be selected.
Its players will, according to tbe
plan, be mainly tbe enri recruit of
tbe sixteen major team, who will tbu
obtain steady emploruient. a bettei
chance tdehow their actual value and
an opportunity of iulck recall to the
fastest cofupany. A schedule of 140
games, wltu Suridiv ball In iHtrolt
Cleveland and Cincinnati when tbe
Tigers. Naps and Kedt are on tbe rued.
and Sunday ball every week In Chk-a
go is part of tbe program on tbe car
Several of' tbe most powerful men In
baseball have been planning tbe new
league, and there seems a likelihood
that the deal will be put through.
WAGNER IN, FINE FORM.
Old Hen its Responsible Fee Many ef
Han Wagner la keeping tbe promise
he made Manager Kred Clarke at the
close of the 1910 season.
Following the poor work ef the Fly
ing Dutchman last year, tbe bos Buc
caneer had a conference with him be
fore Fred departed for bis Kansas
borne last October. Ue informed him
plainly Just what the Pittsburg club
won)d ,1Pct nlm thla rear, and
ll(nini promised that be would do as
Bonus is keeping bis word. He is
Paving magnificent ball from every
angle and ia a most potent factor In
eTery victory credited to the Pirate
crew. For a few days tbe big fellow
suffered a slump In hitting, but It wss
not much felu beraiue at tbnt time all
the other members of the team were
hitting. Now Wagner is doing most of
Wagner ha been fielding In fine
style, and. though be bss made several
errors, they have been due to bis ac
tivity and willingness to go after
chance which ordinary player would
not even tackle.
Tbe Flying Dutchman ia playing as
good ball a ever in bis career. Ind
bis friends declare be is delighted with
his own showing and is determined to
keep It up right through the campaign.
Connie Mack' son Earl Isn't mak
ing good with Scranton aa a catcher.
The greatest play I ever saw," say
Manager Cantillon of Minneapolis,
"was when John Anderson stole sec
ond with the bases full."
"Lefty" Russell. Connie Mack' I2.
000 beauty, ia the Rube Marquard of
the American league. He isn't show
ing much la hla early game.
Base stealer like Cobb, Bescber,
Collin and Mage are starting a big
revival In a department of play In
which the old timers excelled the mod
ern. Cleveland critic charge that Larry
Lajole cover second base to perfec
tion, bat doesn't assist the shortstop In
guarding tbe middle bag as be should.
He allow the shortstop to shift for
himself. A a result the left aid of
the Infield la weak.
wlU he oul to paid la ad ranee
Pbeto by Amortcaa Frees Association.
ON THE GROUND
B M. QUAD
Caprrlght. I Ml. or AoooototoJ Lit
Aant Mary Ifcavldaoa waa a farmer s
widow, and she raa the farm with the
help of a hired ma a. She bad alwaya
been given credit for being a sharp.
keen woman. People sakl that she
knew twice ae much about buluN
as her bust do. td busdmuu waa.
Industrious and hardworking, but I be
buying and selling were left to her.
When Aunt Mary found beraelf
widow and entirely responsible for ber
actions she determined to make tuouey
a little taster by simulation.
In due time Aunt Mary came across
the advertlaemeal of the itiue Jkei
silver mhie. " ,
Tbe Blue Jacket proposed to M a
limited number vf people in on tbe
ground Boor. Aunt Mary was oue of
them. She sent for a "free book."
and when It came tbe picture of the
president or the mine waa on tbe rov
er. He bad tbe look of a rosy swin
dler.'but hi vanity waa etronger than
hla Dru deuce. Aunt Mary held ber
breath for five minute over tbe star
tllng promisee made la the book and
then aent on I10U. When she rw-Mveii
her stock certlocate It looked so nice
that she forwarded XU more of her
cash. When all the foola In tbe coun
try that could raise money bad been
rrathered In and the swindlers bad
made fortunes the postal authorities
It so happened that two or three of
the swindled were after the president
ef the Blue Jacket no closely thst be
thought It better to go Into tbe coun
try for awhile than to take aieamer to
Europe, which la tbe usual way. Auut
Mary read of tbe affair in the paper.
She bad been robbed of ber 3uu it
hurt ber to too tbe money, but It bun
her to have been takeo In and done
for. The worst of lb matter was
tbat ahe bad advised other to grab a
good thing, aad. of course, she would
be bold responsible. Sbe wss gritting
her teeth and-wishing sb could get
ber "paw" oa tbe raacale when a
stranger, knocked at her door. It was
a summer day. If ah took summer
boarder and If ahe had none at tbe
am be woald llke'to come for cou
ple of weeks. He waa a buinea
maa from" the city whose nerves nad
battered py tpo ckxe apiis
Aunt-Mary took a long look at in?
maa aad invitea mm in nr !
another long look at him and muo
s v rate and added tbat Or
could depend oa fresh egg aud uu
watered milk. At the dinner table nb
scanned hi face for tbe tiri time
He said be waa connected with a
Bible publishing nous, but sue didn't
quit believe him. After dinner Mr
Oolee. aa the stranger called himself,
aaantered about fie Inspected tbe
wagon shed, the barn and the milk
house and finally came to the moke-
nee. Aa be waa peeping In be was
given a posh and tbe door slammed
aad locked on blm It waa Aunt Mary
who bad done tbe business Wbea ht
bad ber man fast ahe brought out a
chair and aat down by the door.
"I want to know what this meansT
waa snouted at ber from Inside
"Why. yon are locked la the smoke
house." was tbe reply.
"But what forT
"So that I can have a talk with you.
If you wasn't locked la you might run
away aa soon aa I began to say things.
And. too. I want you where the coo
stab I can find you when be arrive
How doe the Blue Jacket silver mine
com along the dayaT" sb aaked.
"1 know nothing about It- 1 told yoo
waa1 In the Bible line."
"Have yoa got a Bible In the auit
"Ton oogbt to carry one with yoa.
Are yoa a mi dealing In ground floor
"My good woom. yoa are making a
terrible mistake and one tbat may
cost yoa every cent yoa are worth. In
the name of tbe law I demand that
you unlock thla doorT
"Shoo, now, but what a harry yoa
are In: I don't expert the constable
for aa hour yet. Mow much boodle
did yoo get a way with T 1 e pos there'll
be a reward offered for yoo. and In
that way I'll get my S3U0 back."
"Look here, woman," aald tbe man
Inside, "it" a I bav told yoa. Yoa
are mlataklng me for some on else.
Perhaps yoa are not to blame, bat
don't carry things too far. I know
nothing of your 1300. but If yoo will
let me oat III give yoa that much
money to go on. I have Important en
gagements." "What are Bibles selling at nowT
quietly asked Aant Mary In reply.
The man began to yell for help and
kept It up for ten minute. Tben be
saw it waa no us and hoarsely asked;
"Woman, what do yoa want?"
"I want my money back and S20O for
Too shall bare It"
"I want ISO for tb peopl around
ber who Invested on my advice and
125 extra for each one"
"Too ahall have It"
Tbe strapping hired man was beckon
ed to come nearer, and when tbe
smokehouse door waa opened be took
tbe Bible man by tbe collar and led
blm to bl bedroom and saw blm count
oat tb money for Aant Martha and
tben escorted blm to tbe highway.
"Aboat speculating." said tbe wom
an a she aat with tb money In ber
band "no, I guess not any more. I
think I'll stick to tatera and corn. The
next swindler might not come thla
. , Price Bros.' Bast Oak Qrov.
Price Bros.' Baaeball team defeated
Oak Grove Sunday by a score 14 to
7. The batteries were for Price Bros..
Tompaoo and A. Long, for Oak Drove,
Rlaley and Col man. price Broa. will
meet the Pop Corn King for the sec
ond time on Canemah Park ground
Molalla defeated Eagle Creek 10 to
9 Sunday at Molalla.
' tela Circle To Entertain.
Sola Circle, Women of Woodcraft,
will give a lawn party to Its member
Tuesday afternoon from S to o'clock
at the borne of Mr. S. T. Scripture,
1103 Madison street. '.The affair la In
honor of the Circle Guard. . ,
WILLIAM BUCKNER MARRIED.
Mr. Singer, ef Idaho, Beoeme Bride
ef Mount Pleasant Man.
William Buckaer and Mr. Singer,
whe haa been here oa a visit from
Idaho, were married at the home of
Mr. lluckner at Mount Pleasant Mon
day afternoon at S o clock. Judge J
I. Campbell performed the marriage
A Mr. 8lner'a wedding day oc
curred on her mother's. Mrs. Allison
seventy-eighth birthday, a wedding
dinner and birthday dinner were cele
brated at the same lime, about u
gueata being present. Mr. aud Mrs.
Huckner will make their horn at
. Behed Anelos and Figs.
Apple baked with tigs are very nice,
Select the plumpest aud Juiciest dried
figs you can get and wsb theiu. care
fully plucking tbetuOutu their iiaturs
abape. Tbeu select good, onu applea
and wash them. H-op out the inreo
aud Into each of these holes pack tw
or three whole figs. Plate llu-iu In
baking pan; and bake la a hot uvea
While they are baking tie ib.-iu
with alrap made from tbe Juice of hal
a lemon, tw tableeioufula of sugar
and half a cap bf water. If when
thev look done tbev are not eon lit
the cor, place a cover over your bak
In dish aud let theiu steam for a few
minutes Then remove tbe rover aud
brown tbe fruit allgbtly. Tbee apples
may be served either a lour or with
farina, hominy or ether breakfast food
fitrow berry Croanv Pie. '
A strawberry novelty la mad aa
follow: Holt out a rkb paste aud
rat Into circular pieces about nine
Inches In dlsmeter. Prow one of
thee rings cut out tbe reoter. leavlug
a border about one and one-bslf Incbe
wide. Bake the circles la a hot oven
Place the circle together with cream
filling between. Place the open ring
on top and fill the space with frvu
trawberrtee. sweet pood to taste. This
I a delicious, dainty pattry with whu b
to complete a luncheon or a dinner.
Cold Strawberry Shertsak.
Cream together two tsblespooofulsof
batter and a cup of powdered sugar.
then add three eggs, beaten light, and
a quarter of a cop or cream, ueat
very bard and add cup of flour that
haa been sifted twice with a teaspoon
fol of baking powder. Butter layer
cake tins, pour tbe batter Into I bene
and bake. Wheo done turn oul cool
Place-on each layer berries that have
been halved, pile tbe layer on top of
each other, sprinkle with augur and
serv with rich ere a.
Indian Padding. '
To mak a delicious Indlen pudding
take boe ptnTbf raided milk, two
besplng tablespoon fuls meal and ote
tables poo of ul flour. Wet meal and floor
In a Uttl cold milk and atlr Into the
hot milk and conk until thick. When
cooL add on egg. one-half cup eugar.
ette tablespoon motasoea. one-quarter
teaspoon. ful cinnamon, two-thirds cap
cold milk, a small piece of batter, salt
to taste and a few raisins. Stir twice
while ia the oven. ' Bake slowly two
Take some tender dandelion leaves.
washed, dried aud chilled. Pound In
mortar or chop One cold rooked
meat, poultry or flub, aa preferred, mix
lng with a little butter, salt and pepper
to eeasoo. Spread thla mixture on tbln
lice of bread and batter, put a few
dandelion leaves on lop and rover wltb
more buttered slices. Cut Into squares.
triangles or linger and serve Tbes
are delightful for picnic, aa tbe leaves
keep tbe sandwk-hvs moist and fresh
Vegetables and Olive Oil.
If persons wbo are Inclined to be
anaemic or are poeeeesed of delicate
digestive power would learn tbe hy
glenlc value of almple green, dressed
with salt olive oil and lemon Juice or
a tittle pure vinegar, there would be
fewer dyspeptic, to say nothing of
bad complexions. ' Ollv oil la much
more easily ssslmllated than animal
fat and la. besides, rich In nutriment
and healing power.
Crosmsd Now Potatoes.
An excellent way to cook new pota
toes I to wash and scrape clean, then
drop Into boiling water and cook rapid
ly until tender, nave ready cream
and butter hot. but not boiling; drain
the potatoes, sprinkle with aalt and
transfer to a hot vegetable dish. Pour
over them the hot cream, sprinkle
with a little minced parsley and serve.
Whipped Croam Substitute.
Put In a large bowl the white of one
g. large cup of sugar, on targe
grated raw apple (tart or oun. flavor
with a email teaspoonful of x tract of
vanilla, atlr (not beat) for twenty
minute. Tbe result is a creamy
white delicate ubatance to be used
for Oiling and top of layer cakes, for
top of plea, custard or pudding
A mixture of lemon Juice and salt I
excellent for cleaning an enameled
bath. Cut a lemon In half and have
a saucer of coarse kitchen salt ready.
Dip tbe lemon Into this and keep rub
bing It over the surface of the bath
ontil all the dirt la removed Then
waab well wltb hot sad aod yoa will
N delighted with the result
.. - . , .
Watercress to be perfect should h
freshly gathered, well rinsed In cold
water, shaken thoroughly dry. season
ed wltb aalt and eaten wltb tbln slices
of whit bread and butter. Home pre
fer a dash of lemoo Juice wltb cress
and tablespoooful of ollv oil. but
tb epicure take bis with salt alone.
Tb best way to make boiled bam
Juicy and trader la to leave It in the
water in which It I betted -eta It la.
( -j Cookery
Among the Mexican
Bt EDWIN V. CHASE
Coprrtgni by Amertron Press Asso
Mexico being In tbe throes ef revo
lutloa. I wss sent down there on se
cret service duty fur the I'nlted States
governaieut la order that I might
be properly armed wltb an Introduc
tion to w howsoever I needed to con
suit I waa given a letter addressed "To
whom It may concern" atatitig that I
waa an official ef tb Uulted Stale
aeot to .Mexico la gather lurormallon
on the iwlitical condition of rhe
country' thst would serve aa'a basis
for auy action tb government tulgbi
take In tbe premise
Since an American was liable to lie
hated and suiected. e,evlally by the
revolutionists, I bad uo denire to fall
Into their hsods wltb ub a ducu
men I uu my person I ud asked to
have It written on thin paper and oc
cupying no greet apace la order, that
I might tbe better conceal It In case of
necessity I thought over msny place
ef keepfng It but Anally decided to
pot It In one of tbe little cbest ockU
.of my waistcoat .
I entered the atate or province uf
Chihuahua, which was In tb bands
of the revolutionists, pretendlug to fa
or their reuse. After learning all I
could In this district . 1 entered the
next on the east. Coahulls. wblcb I
found neither In the possenloir of the
Moik-sa government nor the rebel,
but la a state of anarchy. Falling Into
the banda vf small band of insur
recto. I waa arrested an America
resident aud apy lniaaaged to aave
my neck by confessing tbat I waa In
tbe secret service oot of tbe United
States government, but ef Msdero
This secured me excelleot treatment.
and I waa suffered to depart for Nueve
Leon, tb next eastern province aad
la the banda of the Olaa forced la
this provlnc I Monterey, where tbe
battle of tbat name waa fought dur
lag our war wltb Mexico
At Monterey I presented my letter to
whomsoever I thought would aid me
aad received Information that waa t
least reliable From Monterey, mo v.
lng southward. I entered San Luis Po
toat. In the earn atat of disorder aa
Coahulla. Here I waa In constant
dread of being known or considered aa
a apy of tbe United States government
by roving bands of Inaarrertoa
Entering be house of s leader of
one of tbeoe banda I fonnd It necee
aary to pretend to be an ardent rebel
sympathiser. This pleased Slgnor Mo
lina, la whose bouse I was, and be
treated me royally till along raue a
maa whom I had met In Monterey.
Thla maa waa rebel d evidently
remembered me and tbat 1 waa. wbea
be first met me. consorting with tbe
Outwardly Molina did not rbange
hla treatment of me except to be more
acrupulonaly polite, but I knew I waa
under suiptcVio. and thla In a prov
ince where there wss no law waa dan-
gereaa At-aay-eeto. I felt that If the
letter I bore were found I would be
treated a a spy oa tb revolutionary
force and according to the fancy of
those In whose banda I happened to
I told Molina tbat I thought I would
go oa. but be invited me to remain
longer wltb blm la sue b pressing
term tbat I knew be would not suffer
m to depart without being better eat
lafied concerning me. I began to con
alder myself In great danger. If tbe
letter 1 carried were found oa me
would surely be considered a a apy
on the movements of the revolution
1 tried to get rid of Molina long
enough te destroy It but be would Dot
suffer me to go out of bt sight Not
raring to let blm See that I understood
bis purpose. I made no opposition to
his keeping me wltb blm.
Realising that I wss la for s serious
business. I concluded to play a bold
game. I began to toll my Jailer boat
real or Imaginary happening to con
vine blm tbat I waa not only a aym
patblser with tbe revolution, but waa
engaged In secret service work for tbe
revolutionist. Such Information as I
could give blm without breach of con
fidence concerning tbe government
force I told him a a great secret
Tbe ruse evidently bad no effect upon
Indeed. It seemed to make him all
the more auspicious of me. At last
throwing off all disguise, be looked me
steadily la tbe eye and aald: "Wbo
you are 1 don't know, except tbat you
are aa American, and tbe Americans
who live here we bate. One thing I
know you have been at Monterey
hsnd In glove with the Dlas forces."
I laughed outright "Of course I
bav been band In glove wltb them
Why should I not have been?
can I get their secrets without
gaining tbelr confidence? Come, SI
gnor Molnla. let aa have a smoke."
producing a rignr. tl bsnded It to
Aim He accepted It. and for tbe mo
ment I bad restored confidence. "Have
you a match r I aaked. He had not s
match. If be bad I abould have been
shot for spy
I arose from my chair and looked
bout for a light It was tbe spring
season, snd since a norther was blow
ing the room wss warmed by a stove
Going to It. I opened the door, fumb'ed
In my pockets for s bit of paper, took
out my letter, twlafed It touched It to
flam and lit my clgsr with It
I wss Just la tlm. Half an hour later
wss searched for Incriminating pa
pers. None were found, rod I wnt
W. C. T U. ORGANIZED HERE.
Mrs. Jackson Sllbaugh, Noted Reform
r, Dsiivsrs Address.
A W. C. T. U. was organized In this
city st the Baptist church on Bun
day evening, when the following of
ficers were chosen: President. Mrs.
H. Olmatead: vice-president. Miss
Toot; secretary, Mrs. J. E. Etch
son; treasurer. Mrs, C. Gratler. An
Interesting and instructive addrees
waa delivered by Mrs. Jackson Bib
baugh, tb noted reformer of Seattle.
A. g. Klelnsmlth, and family, bav
returned t from "t1sft to 'friend ' Id
leathern regoav V 'i.V:
Fo tike Hei
Will You Help Us
Boost Your Own
By mail, I
Send in Your Name
To Introduce Tbe Morning
' Eaterprl Into a Urge majer-
Ity of tb home la Oreaoa
. City 'and Clackamas eounty tbe
management baa eeeidod to
make a special prioe for the
dally issue, for a abort trae
only, whr the subscriber pays
a a year la advance.
By carrier, paid. g rear la
e By mail, paid a year la ad-
a vanoe, $1.00.
. People wbo gave oar caavae-
ser a trial subscription for on
or mora months, at tea oeoea a
a week, eaa bav tbe dally detiv
rd for a yar for lt.00 by
paying a year la advaaee.
Peopl wbo gave our aaavaa-
ser a trial subscription, by
mall, for four months at a a4
4 lar, may have the paper tor a
year for $1.00, If paid a yr la
Subscribers to tb Weekly
a Enterprise may change their
subscriptions to th daily, re-
cetving credit for half time oa
tha dalle tbat the weakly la
a) paid la ad vane. Whoa they
ehoosa to add eaah to the eV
vance payment aqual to a fall
year's advanoe payment they ,
may take advantage of the $3
We make this special priea
so thai people wbo bav said
a) la advaaee oa aotae atthar daCy
aad wis to take tbe Kersawg
Entarprlsa, may do S wKawat
too groat axpaow.
e o- - "B1BB-1J -t i - '",
'ia t-a IT-" . -'' ;VV
I year $3.00
I oa sal at the following sux
very day: ',
Huntley pros. Drug 7 T
Main Street. ' T
J. W. McAsulty-Clsan T
Seventh and Main. !
Main rear Sixth. .
M. E. Dunn Confectioner J
Next door to P. 0. "
City Drug Store ; .
Walter Llttle-ConfeCt!otrT '
614 Seventh Street .
M. Volkmar Druxa .
Seventh near Csotr.
- Seventh and .1. Q- as t
' Hotsl Arrlvxls. '
The following ar regW"4 J-
Electrlo Hotel: Prank fem V '
Rapde. Mioh.; Charles Oroft V-
Will, 3. U Hlggenbotten. -M
Orov; Ollvr Hancock, Chlert". '
Karathomar, W, A. HoafV
land; Harry Ptron. I. frvj
Th Dalle: B. Hlpla, Barton, v
Scberxlnger, Oregon City.
CARD OF THANKS-
. . .... Man
quatntances and societies hJ ti
who so kindly assisted us I ur T.j
beresvement when we lost ow
is m il.. Tnhti HI" .
117. wia. .A vnamv mir , 1 1
ger, and also for th beautiful ft.
offering. , r,.-u
JOHN RI8SBERGER AND "'
Msrrl.o Banns WWIsh nn
Th marrlag banns o
Railing and Mr. Dan Dor1
city, wr published on SnT pl
Jc'-a Ct'.aotJo Church hr r-
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