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MORNING ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1911.
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port-foe .Ha I Km eng Barb-. inr
. hie Bret saptwr a at en a bee-n wot
slde. Slh-4 a 4pe with a short stem
and (BxArd higobri-oety. Jers! l
the U males ot tbe luMilfutV iH-
ed him. polling v lartr a I'll", and
aat dews mr BJo. and m f ibev
aald to blni:
"Mat, wr du msde a rat
here that every MnmM lnieedu
hlsself by sptsnha a yam. Tbu war
w raa Judse him. A sasn imI
ty gives btasvif away wbcn he's '
la course, flow ran we judge '
yon If your yam's a boat mo W
, -Weft, here am," aald tbe eewrom
cr after a fnr thoughtful whiffs at bn
pipe. -My yam uapoeord wbea I
aboard tbe bark Ssrsh Btake. I van
young thee, aad full life, and. tnou.rn
I aaj U sarf. no ma a roald art ain
quicker aad baag na tighter, farua' at
tbe seme time, tbaa I could. Bat I
bad tbe misfortune te get the enmity
tbe flrx omVer. McWhariey. and
after that njr life waaat wo .b
II Tin". Be did everything b could lu
get me overboard, eeodia sse out to
tbe cod of a yardann wSco in ship
u mllln and dlitnla' BM ll Ikf
mm to tbe bowMprit when Ir ewv
red with Ice aad pokln Itself Into
very ware that raaie alonjr. WeiL
eoa day be knocked ne dowa with a
anarttaaplka. aad I pk-fcrd np a capataa
bar aad alt aim oa tbe bead."
The a4d fad tow look
Ma pits' oat of
bis snoath. rocked his eye at als bear
ers and naked it tbe fang Harbor was
. a locker for secrets. Being a ared
that It was. be proceeded.
"I was desperate aad dldot know
bow hard I struck. I cracked bis skulL
and be died .tbe same aternuon. la
coarse t was put hi Irons to be tookea
Into port and tried tor both mutiny
and murder either o which, aa
you know, ma tea. m enough to bang a
. There wasn't, a seaoiaa aboard that
.didnt like It because I'd downed the
mate and got rid him. Tbe rap
taia and tbe other officer dldat think
that way. Tbey dldat beiirve la at
tiny nooow. and tbey was bound to
bring me to trial. Tbey didnt know
who to trust to guard me In the brig,
bat It didnt make much difference,
for so long as we were at sea there
was no way o glttln" asbore. even tf
1 bad my liberty. Hat the aterooua
after I killed tbe male my guaro. aa
soon ss be was pat oa watch, put his
finger a aide bla none, and be aald In a
" 'Viate. we seamen has been roa-
anltin' a way to git yoa vat nangtn .
We're aearln' the coast, and tbe mate
yoa killed bt to be buried at two bells
' tomorrer mornin'. He's sewed np in
, his hammock now. with a tea pound
shot tied to his ankles. Hay tbe worn
' and we'll take him out and pot you
tn. We kin give yoa a anarp knife' tv
, rat yeraelf oat with, some cork from
, tbe Ufebaots. a bottle o water an
"1 told him I'd rather die that way
than be awtngln' at a rope's end. sod
' I might git picked up. Ho tbsi night
when tbe men tnst wss my friend
: wss oa wstrb tbey tuk off tbe Irons.
give me tbe things, tyin tbe rork
. around my body under tbe arms, tbe
herrings In a bag the sail maker bad
got np for tbe purpose around my
waist, a bottle o' water bong from tbe
, waist between my lega. and tbe knifa
1 put In my pocket. Then tbey watch
ed tbeir cbaoce to git rid o tbe mate's
body and after dam pin' It overboard
pat me In tbe bam mock and aewed me
"In tbe uBornln'. noon after two bells
truck. I beard fuotetepe on tbe deck,
nobody aayin' not bin and then quiet
for awhile, when the raptain's votes
sounded solium readln' tbe burial serr
lea. This wss ntoren I'd counted u
I knew I'd probably die. but I objected
to tbe burial service bein' read over
me before I wss dead
"Bowsomever. I lay atlll. and when
the skipper-got-througb I felt myself
lifted up. laid on an Inclined plsnk and
skidded off Into tbe water
"D'ye know, ma tea. that was a
mighty mean feelln. s weight hnngtn'
to my ankles, draggln' me down. But
I didn't bare no time to be tblnklu'
If 1 didnt cut tbe shot loose quirk
i enough I'd go down where the water
. pressure would keep roe down. Be
sides, I cooldn't bold mr brent b more
'.than fifty second, tbougn I'd been
.- practlcla' doln' o' it. I blip-d "in
- my knife, ripped open tbe bimmm k.
got my ansa out and rut the rord In
about twenty seconds.
, "The bag fell off while I wan rtxln'.
:- There was a danger thst I'd be seen
. from tbe ship. So I was. bat tbl bnd
been perwtded for. As soon n I wa
. - aUd off some of my frleod tuk up tbe
attention o one o' the officers, and
'nobody saw me except men who waa
to tbe plot
"1 floated on tbe water all that day
and tbe next. I'd bsd a good break
'' fast before bein' bitted overboard and
didnt est nothin till evenln'. when I
palled oat some barring from tbe pouch
aronnd my belt aad took a Utile water.
: I saw several ablps thst day. but none
, en m came near enough te ball. The
next day one passed me a boat a mile
away. Another, twelve hours later,
pretty near ran me down. I "yelled,
and tbey took me aboard.''
$2.00 a year for a daily newspaper by mail
$3.00 a year for daily newspaper by carrier
IT IS LITTLE
YET THAT IS THE TOTAL COST TO YOU
CATI YOU AFFORD TO BE WITHOUT IT?
Wtta overhanging dar clouds
threatening rain; amid tbe booaiiM
cracker aad roaring cannon tbe
morning of the Fourth of July dawned,
and patriotic people awakened from
tbeir alumbera very muck disappoint
ed to new tkat a gentle mist was fall
ing, but sooa the sua broke through
the threatening clouda and ererythlng
brighteeed up and the disappointing
frowns of the many people disap
peared aad a smile that didnt csme
and remained during the day while the
gaiety and festivities were going oa
and everybody seemed to sppreciate
the beautiful day that blessed us after
Early the crowd came la wagoa
loads, auto, buggies, horse back and
every other imaginable mode of trav
eling, also quite a few came over from
Bull Run, baring come on an excur
sion, the first ever given on the Mt
Hood Electric line from Portland to
Bull Run, and early la the forenoon
hundreds of people kad gathered In
town to observe the nation's birthday.
The exercises began with the parade
Heart to Heart
By EDWIN K. WYE.
UVE BT TIE DAT.
Ton are under contract o live yorr
by tbe Job?
If yoa live by the Job, yoa are ait
to be always getting ready to enjoy
tbe perform mir.
If Juo live by the day you are likely
to get something out of Ufa.
It m well enough to plan for tbe fa
tare and work to ynnr plans, bat yoa
should get something oot of life every
We live too much in prospect.
We will enjoy life-when we get fix
ed for tt. We will be happy tomorrow-
or next day. We will be useful
to oar generation when we get time
for It- We will read and think and
love- ss soon as we get to If.
In consequence we Uve and die tn
If we are to live at all and love and
help and study and enjoy It most be
aiarcna Aurellus. the Roman emper
or, learned tbe secret 1.800 years ago
and tn hie golden book haa revealed
It. I know of no book, aside from tbe
New Testament, that la so well adapt
ed to the use of the average person
whose lot Is bard and disappointing.
Marcus Aurellus bsd to do about
everything he did not wsnt to da
Be despised pomp and ctrcumstsnce.
bat had to be an emperor. He loved
tody and had to spend much of bis
Ufe at tbe bead of an army.
Nevertheless be discovered bow to
Uve every dsy so as to get something
eat of that day.
He was never so tired that be could
not find something worth while In tbe
conditions. One of his methods was
to study some person about him. se
lect tbe best quality never the worst
qusllty-snd try to imitate that per
son st his best.
Be never had s rroocb. He lived
every day ss if It were tbe only dsy.
Let os slmi live today.
Today yon can ret a little reading,
a little exercise, a little diversion, a
little lore do not economize on tbe
love) and s little Inspiration.
Count tnnl day Umt whose low de
scending sun has hrottgbr you neither
Joy nor sympathy nor entertainment
Live by the day.
The contract Is big and complicated
considered as a Job. It is greatly sim
plified when you work on It by the
Besting Him at His Own Gam.
A solicitor looked In great astonish
ment nt a yokel wbu bad Juki offered
blm-a-threepssay-bil h twyment for
advice. "What i thin tor.'" be asked.
"My fee Is six and eiphiptMue " The
countryman smiled. "That be :ili rliebt.
rur! be replied. and elsrbtpeuce
make fourteen pence; fourteen pence
be one and twopeuce. and. sure enough.
one ana twopence make threepence,
Good day. mr: - lxinrii.n Mail.
n t s Tsmol.
The people called tbe Tod as, living
in the Mlgiri hi! la. India, nave a can
on rellgloaa ritual evolved oot of the
ordinary operations of the dairy. Tbe
priest Is the dairyman, and tbe temple
la tbe dairy. Only tbe milk of tbe i
cred buffalo hi churned In tbe dairy
temple. The milk of buffaloes that
are not "sacred" la churned in tbe
front part of tbe bnts tn which tbe
people live. Tbe dairy tetnpiea are nf
different degrees of ss net try. corre
sponding to the different degrees of
enctlty of tbe buffaloes tend-d in each
Even tbe vessels used In a dairy tem
ple vary In sanctity, those thai con
tain tbe milk lielng more aaiTed than
those that only receive the product
af tbe rbornJne
Canaries, those wee cage bird whose
tuneful notes sre fsmlllnr to every one.
frequently live sixteen year.
Out of Town
i headed by the Currlusvtlle brass band
and O rand Marshal Mike McCormack.
followed by several float, one worthy
nt dc 11 mention, arranged by Oscar
Dahlgrea of the Sandy Confectionery
ttore, and a large number 01 riusens
constituted the first parade ever given
la Sandy. After reaching Metnlg park
the exercises were opened by Chair
man E. F. Bmns, followed bv a song
hv the title bovs and girls, trained by
Mrs. P. T. Shelley, who aang atlrrtng j
patriotic sir and was vigorously
cheered by the great crowd, followed !
by selections by the bana. ueorge
Hennessey. Ssndy's fsvorite little sing (
er, sang a popular air. i
Howard BrowneU was then Intro
duced aa the orator of the day. H. !
la a most forcible, interesting ana in-1
tractive manner, delivered one of th i
best orations ever heard In Sandy. At
th. nnnciusion of his address three ,
Ke.es were riven this VOUUg Silver-
tongued orator, wnicn were given n"
a vim and vigor. Also three cheer
stsr slven to the IS little boys and
... 1 i.w
girls who entertained the people with
patriotic songs ana recitations.
The Declaration Of inaepenaence
road hv Miss Anilla Canning. :
who, as usual la a most Interesting
i read that sacred statement la
such a pleasing manner to arouse the ,
patriotism of the people to a hixh J
tn the afternoon the numerous con-;
teats and races took place, the Currins-
vllle band filling the air with sweet i
strains of music With the cheering
rrowda Sandr closed the most sue-1
cessful celebration ever held .
The barber's union, of TArt'.and,
celebrated at Crystal Lake ptrk July
4 th. The usual feature took place-
baby abov. races of all kinds, dancing
A large crowd came and went all day.
Owen Walah was the only unfoit'i
nate boy at the celebration. A fire
cracker exploded In his band and In
jured his eye. Dr. Towr.lev dressed
the wound and the boy will wear a
bandage for a few days.
MUwaukie grange will meet Friday
evening. Regular routine business.
Pomona grange will meet with the
Highland grange at Clarke July 12.
Tbe MUwaukie grange will attend al
so.' Work wss started on the Catholic
church building Wednesday morning.
Sunday at 8 a. m. communion will
be given to six girls and two boys by
Father B. Hu gen roth. Hgh mass ill
be held it 8 a. tn.
The MUwaukie band and .a lirgo
crowd went to Estacada to celebrate
the Fourth; they all report a good
The street work Is no 'inn along
slow but sure. Main street hIII soon
be ready for Its finishing touches.
Mr. Kellar haa a fine new . fence
around lha property oa FoMer road,-- -The
moving picture chow opened
July 4th and was well attended.
Linden Circle 148, W. O. W., will
hold a public installation on July 14.
The following officers wlU be Install
ed. Mrs. Fisher Ouerding Neighbor,
re-elected; Mrs. Hicks Banker, re
elected; Mrs. Arnold Clark, re-elected:
Mrs. Dowllng, manager; Mr. W. H.
Council, manager; L. Fisher, mana
ger; Mrs. Cosgriff, attendant; Mrs.
Anna Mullen, advisor; Mrs. Templer,
magician: Oliver 8kogg, outer cen
tenal; Miss Sally Warren. Inner cen
tenal; Mrs. Townley, captain of the
guards, re-elected. Frends are In
vited. Refreshments will be served
and a good time expected.
Twins were born to Mrs. Schrem
Monday. Mother and babies are doing
Tbe State Bank Examiner spent lsst
Tuesday at the First State Bank and
found everything In fine condition. He
complimented Mr. Bolsted highly on
the condition of tbe bank.
A number of the Mllwsukle people
attended the funeral of the late Dave
Campbell at Portland Thursday after
noon. The mayor ordered the town
flag half-mast as a mark of respect
to the dead hero fire chief of Port
land. Remember the I. O. O. T. installa
tion Monday evening. ,
The moving picture show will open
Miss Bessie Holt entertained the
MUwaukie High School graduate
classes of 1910 and 1911 Thursday
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Grasle gave them a surprise last Mon
day evening, when they gathered at
their home to assist In celebrating
their-twentieth wedding, anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Grasle were presented
with a beautifully hand-painted china
cup and saucer.
This sunshine will be appreciated
by tbe farmers now aa hay, especially
clover and vetch that haa fallen, will
rot on the grojnd If not harvested
soon The rain has been of nntold
benefit buc has dor.e damage too In
causing heavy hay and grain to fall.
Ball game Sunday between Logan
second and Damascus was 7 to 5 In
the latter favor and was a closely
The Logan boys will play William
Hells' team from Portland, 8unday,
July 9, at Logan.
G. Frederick la going to build a new
J. Minder's new house looks very
neat and sdds much to the appearance
of that nelchborhond.
Autos by the dozen were out look
ing for coxy nooks along the Clacks
mas Tuesday. One crowd came and
the driver aeemed to have hn.lnea.
elsewhere, anyhow they had to phone
to Finland at night for another car.
Mot everybody and hl dog went
to Gladstone the Fourth and. like
Yankee Doodle, could not see the
crowd, there were so many people.
There wss a picnic st 8tone st tbe
park and everybody of course had a
Dame firundv ha. imm aU..
nounced for Stone In the near future.
At tne rate applications are coming
In It looks as If we will have a school
All report a good time at Logan
Tuesday nlcht-. Ice eraam .11
could est, then some. Mrs. James
Young furnished the sapper and Mr.
oienaennau tne rerreahments.
Thirty members wars in m.-..
st Orange Saturday.
N. L and P. M. Klrchera delivered
a lot of logs to the Muta power saw
mill at Stone. The Ht Kin- u
made tbe task somewhat difficult. I
miss Lraie Otitis, of Eagle Creek
visited relstlves here this week.
Mlas Sri via Rrowa went w. t.
spend tbe Fourth.
Mrs. N. 8. Anderson Is camping at
It is as TWe- kjOwWe
Oregon ' Gty
Willie Etiel Buffered a painful injury
to his hand last Friday by catching It
in the pulley of a hayfork. Two An
gers were badly crushed.
Phil Scbeer, who was struck In the
eye by a staple last week. Is still In
the hospital, but Is reported much bet'
Ferdinand Craybergera new house
wss the scene of a pleasant party Sat
urday right. A good size crowd of
neighbors snd friends were present
and everyone had a good time.
A. A. Baldwin as a Portland visitor
Saturday and Sunday.
Albert Brlbbs enjoyed a visit from
his son Allen with his wife, of Port
land, last Sunday.
The Gibson house la newly painted
snd looks One.
J. W. Smith's new barn Is shingled
snd shows up In grand atyle.
The Hubbard Whites defeated the
Macksburg Juniors last Sundsy, at
Smith park In an exciting and well
played game, by the score of 4 to 3.
We regret, most deeply, to record
the desth of Charles Hepler, son of
Mr. snd Mrs. John Hepler, of Macks
burg. which efrred on the morning
of June 30, following an operation for
abscess of the Htajn, at the St Vin
cent hospital In Portland. Mr. Hep
ler was Just twenty years of age and
was a young maa of flue promise and
engaging qualities. His early death
Is much lamented by tbe people of
Macksburg. among whom he had
grown to manhood.
The Fourth of Mil has come and
gone and we are all aane, sound of
sight and limbs as far as heard from
snd the day seemed like a Ssbhsth dsy
la June. The younger set got up a lit
tie picnic In Gsge'a Psrk from which
the older set were excluded. They
had a swing, croquet, a dinner with
lemonade and a plesssnt time general
ly, and went home tired Jbut happy.
A few received friends andtnany went
stayed a couple of hours. She has
in any other manaf actor in g concern
are larger plants in Oregon but none
equipped than the
No matter how small yotir order it will he
given personal attention
invite your inspection
abroad, some to see the much talked
oi game or cnautauqua.
Mrs. Ellis-sen rode over tn Mr
Gsge's in Mr. Holton's machine, and
been quite sick since Sundsy but Is
better at present writing.
Mr. and Mrs. Powell want tn Pnrt
land Saturday to attend the wedding
or a niece ana attended Cnautauqua
One of the children left a fork at
the park which was found next dsy
sna csn be bsd by calling nt Mr.
Relatives, nelehhora and friend, riet
at Mrs Mlent Peters on the B-nnriti
and had a lltle nelghboracol picnic
with ice cream, which waa enjoyed by
Mrs. Usvs and her son. Amos ant
daughter Esther, with the little grand
son of three years, rime to Mrs.
Sharp's to Dick cherries for home eon.
We are Informed that something In
the Stafford Hems seemed to offend
The meetlnga at the big tent nro
to continue through this week and per
Mrs. Nussbaum msde a ptnsaant call
at Mrs. Elllgsen'e on ne Fourth.
Mrs Washburn, fram Gladstone, Is
out taking csre of her daughter. Mrs.
Mrs. Bottemlller Is working fir Mrs.
Klelnsmith at present.
.Grange meeting w.g hld Ust Sat
urday. Sam Elmer was haoling oats last
Mr. Bottemtller Is painting his hours
Mr. Wettlaufer and W.a 8oreon
went to town la at weot.
The Commulty Club held Its regu
lar meeting on Wednesday, July Mb.
Reports from the social committee of
the previous social and the discussion
of whether It Is advlssble to levy a
two mill tax to finish the vacant room
of the school hoiiae took up the en
tire evening. The majority present
being In fsvor ott tax.
In favor oft
Mrs. Barker, of Tacoma and Mr.
Grout, of Portland, called at the Lodge
Mrs. Thompson entertained a num
ber of the young girls of this plsce st
her home on tbe afternoon of July Cth.
Mrs. webb favored the guests with In
struraental music and with a vocal
selection. Wafers and nunch wars
served. Those present were Vera
iewis, Eiien Hart, Helen Palntow.
Grace Rose, Allen Warner. Anna Rus
sell. Mrs. Hsrvey. of Rose City Psrk, haa
returned home after a visit at the
Mr. snd Mrs. Standlsh 8hepard. of
una pisce, nave oeen caned upon to
mourn the death or their
daughter. Msrgsret Belle, who passed
way ai meir nome on June 30th, after
a brief Illness with pneumonia. Lit
tle Msrgsret Belle Shensrd waa hsrs
In Portlsnd, Or on Msy I, i.io, and
was 1 year, 1 month and x7 days old
at the time of ber passing away. The
funeral was held from her nir.m,1
home on the Esst county rosd. Rev,
opeiBs oniciaung. mm uttls cssket
wss borne by four litis arlria whn are
neighbors of the bereaved parents,
Csletts and Clara Lehman and Francis
and Lillian Sandatrom and the Inter
ment was at the Clackamas Mnit
Many beautiful floral tributes were
sent with condolences to the parents
In their bereavement
Mrs. T. 8. Clsrkson waa a .liim. .
the Lodge on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Emmons and
Miss Sarsh Kamlnakl and a mf. .i
friends were week-end visitors In Tara-
Ed. Johnson, of Portland, spent Sun
day with Hugh Roberts.
on Thursday of last week Mrs. Joe
Bailey, of Portlsnd, entertained at the
Anderson with a lunch In compliment
to Mrs. Emmons of this place. Addl
tlosal guests were Mrs. Melssner and
Mrs. Clevelsnd and Mlas Maud Cleve
Isnd, of Greshsm. '
.v' CorkH uplsd the pulpit at
the Grace Chapel on Sundsy afternoon
Im pnH:.m y 'b, ap
plying this plsce for Rev. Hornshuh,
charge of these services.
Word hss been received from Mr.
Pslntow and he arrived at Calmar, Is ,
on July S. '
U MacFarlane. who haa been quite
III, Is slowly improving and on Monday
made a visit to his physician.
Miss Mabel Morse returned from
Seattle last week snd on Saturday was
accompanied by Mary Jane Pain ton to
Seaside where tbey will spend two
weeks with Mr. and Mra. George
Children's Dsy exercises will be
held next Sundsy afternoon at the
Chapel and a program In which the
members of the Sundsy school will
take pert. All are cordially Invited
to these services at t P. M.
Ahlow Welch underwent a surglcsl
pperstlon st the n a
- ---- ' 'M D.UIIW IU1U
on Tuesdsy of lsst week.
Tbe dance given In the open air can
vss pavilion by the dancing people of
this i place, was quite largely attended
on the night of July 4th. and those In
attendance report a good time.
Many private picnics were formed
who spent the Fourth on the wee'
bsnk of the Willamette and a largo
plCIC waa held In Jink, t ....
grove. The river waa dotted all day
-n various Kinaa of water c rafts and
many of th imm ,w . ,
, , -, - w iue river en
tertained Portland friends.
sir. Heatnman la enjoying a visit
from his two sons iiii ..
from Eugene and Washington. ;
uraut lwis rsscued two people
whose csnoe had Mii.i i- .
at thla place on July 4th.
tit ! r Mr ChmlMa nd daughter ,
m.uu, OI uresnam. The Cleve
Unds are soon to leave for California
Mr J!?d Mr' Stslnhaua are enjoying
camp f, tt the Clarkaon camp. Mrs.
Stelnhaus wss formerly Miss lues
cravatte and her many friends hers
are glad to have them at this plaoe.
Mr, GrtmwaM nr
7 l! ar. v,",tlB Mr. and Mrs.
John Jennings. .
nJron,: B"lnga left on Tnaa-