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HORNING BNTERPRISE. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. 1911.
THE PEMNG WEDGE
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Clackamas County publishing; all the news
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r F. TOU-NSEND SMITH
Oarrtght by Aew Icaa Prase Aase-
I uevea near a ring-few iua do
aowadayebut If 1 were Inclined 10
do eo there to an Incident In wy Ufa
that would prevent It I waa visiting
my friends Mr. and Mra, Jliu rs
body at their country place. Another
guest wil Utaa Virginia Wotber
spoon, lo wboin I bsd I itkcu a deeper
( fancy. Ouo afternoon after a
game of Woala I H into lt bath
room oo ttio floor br my room wm
located fr a bath, aud on the marble
basin I eaw a rlivf eot with four law
diamonds, which 1 rerotsnlaed at once
aa vuo I had seen on the duger of
MUa Wotuerspoou. I took It to my
room, Intending to band It lo Uer
wbrD w met at, dinner. Jim called
me to hla room to tell ma about souie
amusements ho waa arrauglug. andI
14ft tha ring on tha mantel In uiyU
room. II kept Ota half an hour, aud
when I returned tha ring waa gone.
. I waa liable to be considered a thief
add of fearing appropriated to luyeetf
tha property of a girl to whom I bad
already given the biggest port of my
heart. I waa euQVIently cool to think
before arting. Whst would 1 tha
aafeat couras for me to pursue!
While welching tha proa and coua of
different course dinner wa' anuouuc-ad.
I one know a very aurremful man
who eakl, reversing a common adage.
"I oarer do to-day what I ran put off
till tomorrow.' I wa much impress
ad with tha Idea, and rather than de
cide haatlly In thla Instance I conolod
ad to defer decblon till after dinner.
I decided dead wrong. I abould have
brought tha matter out at one While
I bad been In Jlm'a room the houa
keeper had gone lnto mine to lea re
noma towela and bad eeen tha ring on
my mantel. MUa Wotberapooa mUaed
It and ran to tba bathroom. Not Bod
ing her property, aha made her loaa
known to tba boateea. Tha boateaa
communicated with tha honaekeeper,
who aald aha hfd aeea tha ring on my
mantel, riad I. on going down to din
ner, mad tba facta known my atory
would bava been bettered, lint, not
earing a word about tba matter, It all
District Ne. M.
Jay Shaw (
A. l Oouske
Diatrici no. aa
Tha Oregon Iron A Hteel Co... It. JO
(lleninorrla Quarry Co, .
I. B. Darldaon
A V. Davidson
II. I. PnpounY.
District No. 32.
Rogers ' ,
Morgan . ...
W. P. Heater
C C. M
John rtckaa .,
li. II. Mattooa
W. C. Ward
A. H. Myar ..' ,,'"
Coaat DHdga Cumpani !
Wilson A Cooke
O. L Millar
Standard OU Co, !."'" ' t
Scripture luauiuj'" K
Buffalo Itaam n.,n.- U:
Oregon city Mch. Work K
Human 11 ...... li
J, or" 1 00
II. K. Iliilaop 10 00
Dlatrlat No, M.
Eatacada Merranilla Co
DUtrlct No, J4.
Oregon City Machine Worba ,
J. Zimmerman ,.
0. 8. Owlnaa
A. Moirow ,
(). H. Jarnha
tralgbt A BalUliur.
U'llxin A r......
Uka May ,,
C. R. Smith
W. W. Bmllh
W. W. Hmlth
C. K. Dauohr
I 10.10 Wllaun A Cook. .
! T. Sinclair ....
rfvuu inan ....
Robert r. Snyder
R. 8. Wllcoa
! T. Rawllna
II. 08anford ....
Q II. 8anford
M.tO oao. Hathaway
J U BS
DUtrict. No. 37. 1. J. i.ra.i.
Ora. A Waah gewr A Pipe Co. S 10 IS J. v. Oraan
Joe Carlson 1 1 M I U'n m..
- .. Om.ah..h I. . ......
uua it mo i hum. Kvana
D. Iegler HIS Ik. Chilnn
R. I. Dupont Powder Co. , ,
DUtrlct No. SI
O. P. Roetha ".. 11.71
DUtHet No. 40.
Edwkrd Pai I 1T.B0
M. L. Johnaon
Harvey Glbaon ,
Dlatrtet Mil at.
looked rerr alnanllar to m ftivnda. I rtrwnnA I nk.. v
w ----- w I " --'- " , , , , ,
.'...LI.. - . . . m . ... . I . -
i-iuiuiui waa hn auoai aiuaj o(o-arry Morrlann
rapooD a toaa. ana ai nrac inera waa no
constraint at tha board, but before
tba dinner waa flnlahed I noticed a
conalderabla roolneea toward ma oo
tba part of erery one,
Victor Hodely . .
Kaowlnr wall tba can and rjeain.
nlng to realise tba ttoaltlon I waa In. 1
grew ambarraaaed. I aaw that I bad
mada a mlatake all aronnd and did not
aea ant war to vindicate mrsolf. I
did not know that tba ring had been
u io my room, out li waa plain to I
ma that my connection with It waa In I p'ul Magnola
M . . . . I . -1. S.
auio lonn kdowu. i naa Dot onouua i"wi
theory aa to tba dlaappraranra of tba O. R. Woodla
A. rpdegrora . .
H. Cupp .......
Da rid Miller
Tba marrtaco of MUa MoOU Toaat
aad Homer BaJlaatysa waa aofeny
ntsed Taaaday erentng at 1:10 at tha
Congreejatioaal Chorch la Portlaad
by Rar. Dyott WaJtav BalUnVM,
brother of tba groom waa tha beat
man and Mlaal Lizzie Toat. alatar
of tha bride, acted aa brtdeamaid.
Only raladrea warn present. Mr. and
Mrm. H. Ballantyna left Wadnaaday
morning on tha Steamer Roaa City
for Loa Angelea, CaL on a two weak'a
trip and will ba at homa after Octo
ber Sth, at 1331 MUwankla Avenue.
Portland. Homer la aa old resident
here and haa a poeitioa with the
tha KJock Produce Company of Portland.
Clayton Col man who haa been In
Baker all aummer la hare on a Tialt
of two weeks with relatlrea. He 'ex
pect to remain la Baker thla winter,
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Mrs. R, L Herren and' eons Paul
ana Tora, went to Woodburn Tue
aay to apend tba week's end with
a T. Linu let the contract for bla
new bouse to Tbomaa Toat of Mil
wankle for tSft.oo. Tha n. hniM.
Ing will be put np Booth of the old
W. A. Hadleon. of Portland, la build
ing a nice alx room bnugalow on the
acre ne purcnased rrom Mr. Marshall.
ROT Kendall, of Portland I. KniiA.
Ing a alx room log bungalow on tBe
nuiiiui acreage. ,
Fred Harris and Edna Spldell were
mamea ia Portland Saturday giving
an oi iaeir rnenas a surprise.
Mra. Cederaoa and Mra. Weber
were, roruand rlsitora Tueadar..
.' Mra. Henry Schufler and son. Arth.
nr. went to Portland to apend the day
property that some one. probably a
eervant, had gone Into my room and.
aeelng the ring there, had stolen It
After dinner I took Jim asldeand
told htm tba whole atory. fie looked
very eertoua. He aald that ha didn't
doubt a word of what I bsd told him.
but he didn't aee how wa were to
convince the women of tha famllr.
"They don't take the aame vUwa of I i...n.
U. . . .. - -- I U.V.U ...or
. L ."""t K. Cregeraon
nwinmuit who uneir reel
Inga That's the reason we men don't
let them Into the Jury box. Tba main
trouble la thla case U that all our
a Tints have been with ua a long
while, and. although we hsra l.rt
cables where they could have been
easily stolen without detection, wa
hare never missed anvthlna-. nnt mi
do the beat I ran for you.
You never know what dirrmnt
vlW. dlfr.PMift w, - u ID ..... . m
- ... .. . i wm nit oi a i v.vu
mystery lo which you are Implicated cr Mumpower goo
va aaiw PUUjV-rt VI II. 'J Qf I af . U. MUmpOWr 11 1J
Affile IUM..H 4H V.t a. a ...I ee li1
v i'-'ii iu tnai wuoie nousenoia District Na a?
DUtHet No. 42.
C. P. Hjrde ,
Aj E. Taylor ,
U H. Murry
Edwin Jackson ,
r. J. Rldlnga
IU II. Judd .
I A. h.
District Na. 41
DUtHet Na. 4,
A Cooka a
1 ..... --
n. u. iteaiie
Straight A Salisbury u
. u. Miner
u. n. Miner ,
O. E. Wyland ,Z
J. W. Berkey A Ca .1
J. W. Berkey A Ca
R. II. KaulTmao ,
C. W." Carotbera ,
C. K. Miller
A. 8. Thorn peon
9. If. Kwuffman
I J. B. Cumlna ..
I 10.00 W. It. Uaitoon
8.04 Adktnalfke lumber Ca ...
0. Krllo r.,
W. II. Mattoon ;,.
A. R. Cnmmlnga
C. a. Millar ...
W. W. Bverbart'
Elliott A Park .
M. Seller A Co,
J. F. Hodge ...
R. W. Baker ...
Geo. A. Browa.
R. B. Beatla U
R. A. Wright
Geo. A, Brown v
T. M. Miller
Justloe af tha.faasa,
W. W. II. Samson M
E. Mumpower 4.00
lfra. w ir unit v.. . j 1
house to a family from Gladstone, pbo thoroughly believed my atory waa John 8levera ... 1 kiaaIB L Sbaw
Mr. and Mr. nt w..e ... a noT v . ........1 61.00 "
- a wui urJ
home FYlday after a D leas ore trln of
rwo weess to tba Tallowstona Km.
Harry Ballantvna laft for hi. t.n.
in the Mollsla Valey Tneaday morn-
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PORTLAND RAILWAY, LIGHT
& POWER CO.
MA I N O PflCE 7th and Alder Streets
We Give Service We Give Service
The Brtdce across Joh
wil be comnleted bv tha end nt ..
week and may be nsed hr tha m,hii
neii ounaay. Lieiay in the work waa
cauaeo ny rain. The bridge la single
ateel apan 00 feet Inn. with aniM
concrete abutmenta at both ends. It
usea me place or a wooden apan
which waa ready to collapse. Clack
amaa county is conatrnrtln. th
bridge. While closed traffic on the
BinwsuKie roaa, which carrlea all the
irsvei rrom me aonUi, la abnt off and
can only reach Portland by the road
wnich p-uni through WIDabnrg. It
la planned to cut down the hill on the
norm siae or tne bridge and fill the
approchea aolldly to tha concrete
I'll tell yon.
After talking with Jim I .n Mi
for a walk In order to leave blm to
tell my story to the othm mnA tn
quieted down. When I returned no one
was about but on going . Into the
drawing room Miss Wothenrpoon ad
vanced and. nntlln
. - . vuu
fixing her honest eyes on mine, aald:
"l have heard your explanation and
have not the slightest doubt that every
wnj oi u is absolutely true.
By Jove! What An. tnn
did? I opened the sprinkler In my
Pretty soon I want nn ti.
- f V(1U WW
to tell him the good newa. He listened
to ma. bnt wlthnnt that n
- - nuiUUKUUl 1
bsd expected. When I hsd flnlahed ha
'We most find tha thur t,.- .u.
. M1' IU.
vi way io exonerate you. I told
W. H. Calklna-rr;
E. Harrington ...
Brenton Vedder1 .
O. W. Harrlnron
What do you suppose I Clayton Freytag ,
Mra. Nellie Sladan
W. r. Haberlach .
C. H. Dauchy ....
Wilson A Cooka
Chaa. Patera .
o oo C Tracy
54 00 Ralph Tracy
Sam Elmer waa threihlnr for Mr
UtalMttaall AH W .
Misa EfHe Grace left for Eagle
ouuuay wnera ana wn teach,
Mr. and Mra. Wettlaufer were In
iwwu jaai, weea .
Mr. Bottemlller ' la burning hla
siumoe. . i
Indiana went through Clarkee on
"7 are coming back from
Mf- Oasser and family hare return-
ai vug uuyyicHlllB
Ed Hettman la intending to go to
m via aaavaas, OUUUBT
form Canby to look at Mr. Aquardt a
farm. , 4
Harry J"ord from Baatarn Oregon,
Mr. Cumlna la back from Eastern
Mr. Hoag waa lo town on Saturday
last week, i
Wa had anntKa tt..,.- -v
vrfoe waiiace, of Highland, balled
hay for Mr. W. O. Klelnamith.
Do yon knew- blnar asked a man
vi. an inan rnend tha nh A.,
speaking of a third person.
-Know hlmr said the Irishman. "I
knew him whan hla r.ihal . m..,.
boyr " Ulu'
Patrxnls our advertlaera. -
yon that women ar. nI i L. ... . . U,,,r,e "
aucb qoestlons cordanc. i7h T Z ,"rc"1- Co $106 05
their feellnes I am - unt
. . . - .ui i n iieu at
Miae Wothernpoon'a action, for both
-71. na 1 not,rH Nodded
partiality on bee part for yon.H
man liod for thatr
"My Wife In mora .
wbb her to feol nrr.i.
the matter and shall Uke measures to
rir me mier."
I left the next A.v nA-. . -i...-
at leaat with Mra. P.i.-
month. from fhat Um tb ,Mof hf ,
SDOonndT0 M'M Woth"
. m"Wed. but Jim
,K - "'ni io wnom
- - "hhj on ine aiata. I
mJr9 nTOT "ythlng to do Ern"t Conrad
WltD thvmi talnoak I
..... I U. A . nitaaavll
Oeo. Pal Kit.
P......!. . . Joseph Conrad ..
r , :. ' reiataes.
em is tba natural k .... I niii,i.i
tafrt .liA " or me po a.
latO, Wblcb amara ln - . . y I txr n ...
of theM th. mn.:;" .r .T,.,,- . w
alae all- -; "" " " ' Btanton ...N
'aniy notrltlons. with . f
color and a thin akin . inT"r
0. T. Hunt ...
J. F. Snyder ..
H. H. Andera .
J. C Dennis ..
A. C. Andarann
O. H. gsnford . , . "
f. H. Da via
rank Sanfofd ....ii,.'
Oeo. w. Coll well ..'
D'trlet No. 60.
J. P. Davis
District No. 63.
f. T. Ridings
A. L. Yoder
W. W. II. flameon
F. A. Mile
O. R. H. Miller
41.00 JoPh Owena
14.00 1 Johnson
J. I 8afford
W. C. Burn a
C. R. livaay
Percy T. Shelley
BJ.00 Bart Jonarud
1.00 S. C. Wllllamaon
T.fto O. Teglea
0.6 Maynard Olda
1.70 H. Devlne
R. BL Eaaoa
B. r. Ornenett
Henry Perrot "
Jaa. DeShaaer ""
8. Barnee '
W. A. Jonaa "
8., Lecroy "
J6.00 0.Hown. .
COO I rrank Howell V
Arch Howell ,
A.' O. Howell "
On A. O. Harberg .v
1.60 r' M- Morgan
(TO be contlnnal)
.$ 6.00 1
102.75 Mlaalonary Soouty i".j M
ti.7g Tha Mlaalonary B""". '
...Jchriatlan church me TtHW,
:: :: noon at the noma or ".,. git
" M whan a mlaalonary program wy
till M Bafraahmania WSM larv
1.26 ni the afternoon.
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