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WEEKLY ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED I860
VOL II-No. 119.
OREOON CITY, OREGON, HATUIiDAY, NOVEMBER 18, J911.
Fn Wcx, 10 CzZi
TRAMP, TRAMP, TRAMP. THE"gIRLS ARE MARCHING!
OF COAST STORM
OREGON CITY GIRL
! wtATHtH IM0ICATI0NS.
I Ore City-Halo Haturday;
I southerly wlada. '
! Oregon-Fair r,lB Mt
I ponlo" iaturday. '
4 SHIPS lil GRIP
Of l SAVIM RKAOV TO fttCUK
ICHOONCN CfttW IN RIAK
M NKAR BAN DON.
ussa Eta OT m EM
AsvsnM TM CM ll Fr wteamsrt
T 0 AM -w.wll May
Haw " Tewed
MAR8IIF1EIA Or Nov. If. Th.
hi of four mmU In tbo grip of th.
tturrn that has awept the Coast lb
past four day I regarded aa nncer
uln by th rrw at th llfe-aaving
it 1 1 Ion at Bandoe) tonight.
lo readiness to give aid to too men
board tb. lumber acnooner Advance,
tilth Ilea anchored In tb. breaker
lo miles nbov tbo moo lb of tho Co
tulll Rivar. nwmtwn of th Bandon
crew ar atatkmed on aburo abreast
of Iba endangered vaelA erw of
,s u aboard tho Advance and tba
im, laabed bf heavy wind, tbraelane
to dab tba blp to pier on tba
seerb befor morning.
i jrAvlnr aaulnment la aaaamhled
near tba impernwm scnoooer ana 11 is
believed that rweca will ba a ff art ad
should tba vaeeel tiraak up.
Tba Advance la vary rloa In. wber.
Ha was driven by Iba atom. When
tba schooner waa carried north aba
droppad another. Tba brar ar
cloa to th vaaaal ana It la feerd
that aba will not b bbla to bold bar
pualiion Ibrouih iba night
Cary effort will b mada to eave
ka vaaaaL It la Impoaalbl to taka
aaythtng out over tbo Coqulll bar.
Tba fl of tba Rauaallta, which was
alibied at' anchor on tba Baerbl
baarb aarly to1ay, la not known, but
It la bellaved that aba waa pick ad ap
by a ataamar and tow ad outalda of
jha dinnr anna. ft ha waa aaaa off
tba baarb before) tho heavy fog eat
tlad down, bat when h fog llftad
lata Ihla afternoon lb aaa waa clr
of any alto of tba (hip.
Captain Job ok and tba Wa-aavlng
eraw war In'raadtnaaa to go over
land from flandon In caaa tha Sanaa
Uta waa wracked. Ha alao baa bean
coaimualcatlng with other veeeela In
ip evpa in a w . n '.HI - - -
Advance and glv. bar a tow. 8ha
la too close In for the larger veaaala
lo approach bar.
If aha can withstand tba aaa through
tba nlcbt aba mar b picked np by
tha Redoodo, which will leave her to
morrow, or tha Fiflald. which will
reach Bandon tomorrow.
. . . 1 1 twvaaw. ma
ARE READYF0R FRAY
PORTLAND. Nov. 17. (flperlal.)
Partlsnd la on tba ava of tha greateat
foot hull iime var played In tb Pact
Be Northwest. Waahlngton'a eleven
arrived laat night and tba Oregon con
tlnm.nl pulled In Ihla morning. Doth
eoarhea pronounce their chargaa In
grand ahape for tba declalva game of
tha aaaaon tomorrow afternoon on
Multnomah field. s
The gam will at art promptly at
1:30 o'clock. ITnder lh ruleo of tb
game no one will b allowed on tha
Idallnea except three aubatltulea for
each eleven. ' i
Tha lineup followa:
U R. R
L. T. R.
L. O. R.
, ration (111)
. Pullen (15)
R. O. l
Hlley (IIS) ni,M
R. T. ru
Dradahaw (1G0) Button (170)
R. B. I .
Utouratt (IM) Coyla (155)
MaIq (174) i!
Jones (158) .
.... Mucklaalon (180)
.U;"'..R,. Wand (170)
Oregon Average weight. 175T Mna.
Io: backa. 14. ,
Waahlngton A verag weight, 177;
Una, 184 1 backa. 168.
The Peril of the
An bland Comedy
TO BE LIBERATED
2J.000 AT SONNCVILLI HAJCH-
tRy PtKAOY FOR OltTRIIU
TION IN tTATI.
TO TIOIIUIIES TO BE CLOSED
rSUKJO gtaalhaada Ara Being Llb
" ' ' arale" "in " Clackamaa "
f gga Obtained For.
8lt hundred and twenty-Bva Iboua
and black spoiled trout are elng held
al the Bonneville natcbtry. all of
which lll be released In the varlou
waters of lb atato a a.n aa the
aiiM-lal Unks that are lelng con-
alrucled are completed and Ihe ll'tle!
Hah ara old enough to ie care
ik.n,..lv.i Thaaa trout egga were -
cured from Ihe Yellowstone country.
wUr ihey wera tken by me uoveru
nent. . ..
ThU rolaaae of trout l especially
deM.iiated to aaalat In the restock
Ing of nveral of the ilream of tha
" .,. ...w..,H. nt tha Ht ate
S'aie. 'Tinrr j
H.I. wnd tlam Commlaalon. Warden
Klnley haa bean Inmructea to a
nnte the watar Into which the trout
will no liberated, i nder the state law.
any rtroam may be cb-ed by th
coi t.nla.K.n for a period, for tba pur
we of restocking or protecting natj.
T. eniall at Hula hardahlp aa poaal
bla uH.n the anglere of the .
State flame Waraen " .
anmn of the upper email ""
of tl a river- of th atata would be
th beat yrounds for tha trout. Thea
Irlhuiarlca will then t cinaeu
to or thtee )r. na "'"-
tln.o Koened again, when
,h. ft-hlng In main .tream. will
b nneKcelle.1. It i D"',"V' .m . i
that time, the l.oa. will J be gb
propagate and mature aulT cl.ntly to
amply reira . ...- --
It will U tha roLey of tha
to mak tb dtatrlbnt lon a wM M.
poaatlle. rfciainp. ""
all oarta of the KaU. A ya h,"p
hl'Mtn. U will tato""
that after Ibrra n
;rean.V wnib opened for fl.bermen
every yr. ,rnllt
AbOUl in,"'"' . .rum.
. I ... TK llllll MIR-IIICPV.
now being reieaaeu i
. . .w- .iMkvnAa River. I neaa .
tariea or ma V'"V": . ..... f,
x. r .. k- tha aUta for noma
K bt b.V bWn Jjeld at the op
.VnnJent atatlon at
commission la "' " t 2
gather Urge number of trout eggs
it the cosst statlona. and up tha M
Senile. Thla work will be dona In
th spring. . "
POOR FAMILIES ARE
. AIDED BY HE
Th Udla. of th. Iteptlst church
m. in th church parlors Thursday
ml poor ttmlM. In ' "
"oyment In th PPr mllla on th
Wast Sid. nd the family will soon
bY beyond want. Th f.tb.r has a
inow.d,ad hi. ppr,:"onh.. Ilti.
kindness extended him and bla Btu
PO TOU KNOW that tha Enterprise
yei?end Bargain P.rlod 1. now onT
Bea d on back pag for particulars.
tt johm dctii. il FX-VjFF SUES
i ii ii i
Praatdant American Mining Can.
graea la Rtali Utah Mine Owner.
...... 4 lJL-r
SAYS WIFE FLIRTS
Alleging that aha flirts with street
car conductora and asaoclatea with a
woman of unsavory reputation George
B. McCartney, of Portland. Friday
fllod ault for a divorce against Pearl
McCartney. They wer married In
Portland. July 2. 1908. and ha allege
that the defendant began associating
with tha woman of questionable char
acter while they wera living at Nine
teenth, and Kearney atreeia. ine
..i.i.itiit iiaa that be remonatrated
Wltn nia wne anu una bhiiui i
moet th woman again, out ane ma noi.
. . ... ...
Itaan her word. He further charges
iv,. k. round his wife with a man In
their home on night when h. return
ed from work
SCHOOLEY SUES FOR
VV. F. Bchooley, tha real eetat
broker, died suit Friday agalnat tha
Portland . Railway, Light Tower
Company for $10,000 damagee for
alleged personal Injuries. Mr. Bchoo
ley was a member of a party In an
automobile which waa struck by a
streetcar at Seventeenth and Main
streets. October 17. He allegea that
the car In which ho waa riding waa
going at a moderate rat of speed as
It approached tha track. Th plaintiff
rhargea that the streetcar was going
at a rat of twnty mllea an hour
when It crashed Into the automobile.
He sayj that he sustained permanent
Injuries and baa not been able to
work atne. th. accident George C.
rtrownell and William Ston. represent
th. plaintiff. .
If you r. not reading th Morning
Enterprise, why not? Year-end Bar
gain Period la cow on. See ad on
COLIf CT AUia
MARION F. KRUSE ALLEGES MAN.
ACER OF ESTATE DE
CLINES TO PAY.
CtBITb H SD TO OBJECT
Portland Hotel Man Settled With
pormer opouae monimj wnm
- H'a Departure For
Marlon F. Kruae. of Chicago, di
vorced wife of Theodora Kruae, who
departed for Germany a few montha
ago, leaving dimerous creditors, Fri
day filed ault In tha Circuit Court of
Clackamaa county to compel Robert
W. Scbmoer, caahler of tha United
Statea National Bank of Portland, to
pay her tb alimony that waa awarded
in W hr tha Circuit Judae In Ore
gon City, January 25. 1910, when ahe
obtained her decree or. aivorc. Mrs.
ifmaa did not aDDear In Demon, aa
aha la In Chicago, and la represented
by Attorney n. tjuron, or. t-oniana.
Krua., who operated the Belvedere
Hotel and the Louvre Cafe at Port
land, paid his ex-wtr ber alimony oi
$126 per month regularly until bla
riiunnunnM. and aoon after ha left
bla business affalra war placed by
bla creditors, through an agreement
1th bis wife, in the nanaa oi air.
BAhmxr Mr. nitron haa called on Mr.
8cbmeer to pay tha alimony, but id
bank cashier declined, and according
tv ault has been Inatituted her to
mmnal tha navment.
- Mr. Citron denlea that Mr. Kruae
had anv authority to turn over her
husband'a property management to
Mr. Scbtrteer. and that her assignment
of the business la otd.
On October C Mr. Citron obtained an
execution against Krone, and thla ex
ecution w aa aent to the sheriff of Mult
nomah County, who served It on
Schmeer, and Mr. Schmeer mad writ
ten return of th garnishment, stating
ha had no money or property under
hla control belonging to Kruae. Mr.
Citron aaye thla return la not true,
and that Mr. Schmeer contenda that
tha ex-wifa of Krone must taka her
chances with the other credltora of
th hotel man. Th Chicago voman'i
attorney Insists that aha Is a prefer
red creditor, and ha proposes to com
pel Mr. Schmeer to answer a string
of nine question calculated to bring
out the facte In the case. Th flrat
eight Questlona lead up ,o question
No. .. which aaya
xia'lt not a fact that vour refusal
to pay the amount due plaintiff on
her alimony Judgment la baaed aolely
upon the objection mad. by an at
torney for certain credltora of Theo
dora Kruse, who wer a party to your
obtaining th management of aald
Kruse business, and the handling of
his money after hi dlsappearancr
. Th proceedings Instituted her ar
Intended to teat the validity of the
claim of Mr. Marlon F. Kruse that
she Is preferred creditor and that
her alimony must b paid regularly,
regardless of whatever Indebtedneaa
Kruse may. have. Mr. Schmeer haa
been summoned by Judg. Campbell to
appear In Oregon City Monday, De
cember 4. and show cans, why Krus.'a
former wlf. should bar. Judgment
against th. bank caahlar for $375 alt
tnnnv tnr three montha following
Kruse'a departure for foreign lands. J
' , - Sues Mill For $1,500.
Rex. C. Tallman Friday sued the
Oregon City Manufacturing Company
for $1,600 for alleged personal Injur
ies, tie aaya iiwi wum u -- 7 . , , j
Ing aa an apprentice la the mill. hlaJad. H. waa seriously jnjurad
left hand waa baaiy mangiea aa a
result of th. eareleasnesa of a fore
man. . , , '
Patronia our advertiser.
ANNIVEfttARY IMUK WILL DC-
CftlBC WONOCRFUL Rt
OURCtt OF COUNTY.
wa rn ii cgyeeed
One Objaot Of Paeee la T Furnlah
Facta For ttrn Peraona
Believing that there la no better
time 1 than the present for Clackamaa
county' unrivalled opportunltiae for
bomemaklog and Investment to b
presented to tb world and that aa
attractively gotten np epoclal edition
offer on of th boat meana of dis
seminating tb Information which the
avarara homeeeeker want, tb Morn
ing Enterprlae baa arranged to pnbllah
on Ita Brat anniversary, janaair a.
lei I. a Procreaa Edition which w
feel eafo In aaylng will meet with the
unqualified approval ot tb ciuaena t
the city and county when It cornea off
Anyone who toy in sugnteai ciaim
to progreaalvenesa will readily admit
that Clackamaa county needa nw,
men and money for th development
of Ita latent feaourcea. and oar strong
eat appeal to new bomemakere la natr
urally to thoae who through tlea of
blood or friendship are attracted u
this vicinity and having one Been
what we have to offer they ar not
likely to locate elsewhere.
ru,r PrntTMi Edition will tell the
atory of life, progreaa and opportunity
In Oregon City and Clackamaa county.
almply, forcefully, and witnai accur
ately. ' . '
Each and .very one of the varied
resources which contribute to the pro
greaa and proeperlty of Clackamaa
county will b treated In detail
through conservatively worded artl
clea and good lllustratlona.
u.-. hottava that the Eastern man
who contemplates locating In Oregon
or elsewhere on tn raciuc umi
f nnembelllshed ' by too
... imii vnrhlu and with ex
travagant atatementa eliminated. The
truth Itself la gooa enougn reg"""B
Clackamas TSranty.- henew"" few whaH
confine ourselves to facta and figures
nr individual achievement and pro-
areea In the various line oi enaeavor
In thla city and county.
Recogttfxlng the lact inai u in
advantagea and opportunltlea ot
Clackamaa county ar not confined to
th territory Immediately aajaceui u
Oregon City, but that each town and
community In th county poaaeaaea
feature which appeal to Ue home
seeker, th Enterprise proposes to
cover every section of th county In
vhia big issue, giving to aaca iowuj
tna prominence , which Ita position
merit. ' " -.
Printed on a good quality of book
paper which will ahow half ton Ulua
t rations to good advantage, in attrac
tive magailne form, which will per
mit of convenient mailing and filing
tor future reference, our Progress Edi
tion will be on. that any cltisen wiU
be proud to mall to hla friend back
While thla departure from th. gen
eral custom of getting out apeclal edl
tlous In regular, newspaper form on
ordinary newa atock adda materially
W the expense of publication, Ita ad
vantage over the old atyl. can b
readily appreciated. Though th ex
pense of publlahlng a high claaa num
ber euch aajnls and dlatrlbutlng
thousands of copies ot eame will nat
urally be considerable we hav. de
vised a plan which will enable all who
co-operate wltn us to gei
money's worth In good local publicity,
besides helping along In a movement
which can only redound to the. ad
vancement of tb. Intereate of Clacka
maa rnuntv aa a whole.
Th. primary object of the Issue be-
ln tn harald abroad tna name auu
lima of Oregon City ana ciaamas
tha Mnrnlna- Enterprise ex
pects and believes it win rerciT- i"
hp oA-oneration and substantial
...nnnrt nf the business Interest. 1
Since the vast amount oi exi w
i. ot.finv atatlstlcal data and writ-
i - " - a ,
in. ii n tha aame. which an Issue or
binj antalla. makes It I m dob 81-
ble for the regular Enterprise force
it all tn connection with
,v,.i. ...niir duties, we have employ
ed thoroughly qualified wrttera of long
xpertence ln. similar work to aaalat
n.. Mnraaantatlves will call upon
.very anbatantlal business firm In th.
w. nd i-ountv and explain the plan
I- .n.i vnu have our assurance
that their-etatementa may be relied J
SUIT OF MAfl HURT
BY -M SETTLED
Th. f 0,000 damag. Vult of Martin
Dorowlck. against Antolnett. Walden
Stout, wife or Lansing Stout. Cashier
of the Hlbernla 8avtnga Bank, of
Portland, Waa . aompromiseu out of
court Friday. JTh. attorneya, Dimick
a. nlmlrk fnr tha nlalntlff. and J. E.
Hedges, for th. defendant, refused to'
say how much money waa gien iu
plaintiff. Borowlck was passing a
laundry ok Main street near Third
when th. front wall of the building.
which Is owned by Mrs. Stout, coiiapa-
. -Couple Get Llonsa. .
a marrtaaa Itranns was issued Fri
day tv Daisy V. Shepherd and Bennle
JC$lt BUCKLES SARACCNO,
HALF-CRAZED, CALLS SHOOT.
KLKOS EEO PAH STIGTX
Agd Mother Of Olrt-Brida Almoet
Prostrated By News Young
; Woman Waa Twice
' ' Married. '
Mrs. Jeesl garaeeno, formerly
Jessie Buckle, of thla city, shot and
killed her boa band In tbeir bom In
Loa Ancelea. Friday morning. Tb
latest diapatchee aay that th young
woman hi almoet ' era led over the
tradv. which aha d ac lares waa aa
accident, and which seems to b born
out by tb facta obtainable. Mrs.
Saracono la being detained by th
A dlapatch giving th following ac
count of th tragedy waa received by
tb. Morning Enterpnae:
-'Baraeeno and bis-wife were' mar
rled in Portland. November 8. They
Mma tn Im Anaralaa and reatad
horn In the fashionable Waa Jkf
district and war. moving war ttrw
tnra there. A double) barreled ahot-
gun waa th. weapon with which Sara-
ceno was killed.
'in dlaronnactad sentences Mrs.
garaceno told tb. police the follow
"Vlk and I wera ao haDOV and
wara mnnlnr around the boos Ilk
children when thla horrible thing oc
curred. My husband waa unpacking
a trunk that he had brought down
with him from Spokane and took an
old shotgun and toaaed tt behind the
trunk. I picked It np and aakea ii
it w.a inadad and ha aaawered no. My
flngera touched the trigger and it waa
discharged. Oh! It waa awfuL , My
hnahand drnnnad in hla track and
aa alikAiii a ward.
i thla atava of her recital Mr.
Saraceno became hysterical and waa
nlred tn charge of th. matron..
"Th. charga. which waa fired at
inu nnn. n tared 8aracdno'a brain.
death resulting Inetantly. Neighbors
wer attracted to the house by Mra.
r n uMimi Thaw found her
oarawwv wv. . , I
kaaallng acroaa fciav.tonavklwlnr JhW
face ana nanaa ana
speak to her. With tnai arnvai m
nelghbora. ahe awoomed and waa nn-
rnn ai-inua when the nolle, arrived.
"Mr. Saraceno waa about nineteen
years of ax and ber hnaband waa
i..ni,jnn. Ha had about complet
ed arrangements for the opening of a
.w..r atora In , Ua OOWWOWB Oia-
Mra! Saraceno la a daughter of Mr.
Alia Buckles, a Bister of Mrs. ueorge
nriirtth and a half-sister of A. Buck-
lea, of thla city. The mother, who ia
seventy four yea re of age. waa aimoai
.r.tnH h tba nawa oi xne iraaeu;
and aaya she I certain it waa aa ac
cident. Jeasle Buckle went to CP"-
kn a vaar or two SKO to accept a
atanna-ranhar. - After being
IMIUUH mm rt r
there a abort while ah. waa married
to John Reel, but they aid not nve
. ..v.. inn, and were divorced abort-
ly before he married Saraceno. who
.waa In the grocery nuainesa mere
HILL OFFERS PRIZES
. FOX SpESMIS
3 TKa xvniameMa Puln A. Paper Com
pany, which haa had remarkable auc
cesa with Ita bonua ayatem recently
established, haa mad. another offer
to ita employee, which la thought win
tha man and eventually Im
prove th efficiency of the plant Th
company offer for tb best practical
auggeatlon from any workman, other
than mill foremen, auperintendents
and manager 5 monthly ana ior in
second beat practical auggestlon $2 50.
win ia naid on or before
1 Ue MivjjiT. j ... w r
tb eighth of th. month following th.
on. In which th. uggBsuo.
made. The workmen are Inatnictea
to write their auggeaUona on letter
paper, which must be aeaiea -
In.air.n and deposited In tn time
offlc with th tlmecarda. .
CANDY PULLING PLEASES.'
Delightful Party I Held At Horn. Of
A candy pulling waa held at the
bom. of. the. Rev E. F. Zimmerman
Friday evening. Gamea w.r. playea
and refreshments were served. Thoae
present were Miss Norma Holman.
Mlsa Etta Long. Mlsa Maud Moor..
Mlsa Ada Mass and Mlaa Ollv. Zim
merman and Charles Beetle. Kent
Wilson. Joseph Hedges, Angus Math
son and Peter Rotter.
FOOT DALL GAME
Multnomah Field, Saturday, Key. 13, 2:30 P. II
' GENERAL AOMISSlCIf flloo
Reserved seats now on sale t Colurnbi Oftictl
145 Sixth Stret, In Selllnjl auUdint , .
ANNOUNCEMENTS ARE MAO TO
FRIENDS WHO URGE THEM .
' TO ' ENTER RACE.
San Eeonamicat Admlnlatcatlat Far
Whot CHy," la T " r ;
Slogan Of Com ml a. ,
Man. .. .. .
Grant B. Dimick and Dr. A. U
Beatla Friday announced tbanmaetTes .
candidate tor Mayor at th coating
election. is4g Otmlck did not snake
written BUtecaent, but Dr. Beatl
gave out taw foUowlag: - ; ..
If elct4d i ahall try to glv. a
aana) ecoDjotnieal admlaistratton for
th whole city, regardlee of location,
conditions or past afflliatlooa. ,
Thar ar three candidate tat .
Mayor, William Andreaen, Prwaldent
of th City CoHBOir. kavlaHi ajuooso-.,
ad aaveral days ago. Dr. Baatlo aaad
kk -4 atrBona-aniq after mwK3
ftriends had called npoo him aad sM
they inlendad beginning the circulav
tion of petition today. .
' Judg Dimick lnformaxt a coaamii-
tee that waited upon him at noon that
he would make tha race. The tarn,
committee had called upon him aev-
eraJ days before and urged him to
become a candidate. - Several pvtl-
rinna with algnatnre were given to
him and others will be preentt to
Judc Dimick was Mayor of Ore
gon City four year and County Jadge
four and one-half years. H waa a
formidable candidate for tb nomina
tion for Governor several years mtu-
Dr. Beatl practice oenuairy unui
tmm, amntha aco whan be bwOam
acUxly connected with th Oregon
Commlaalon Company, of wnicn ae w
oart owner. He is a airecior oi civ
Mr. Andreeen declined to maaa any
.... MMatiM rha candidacies
oPj udi. WaW1. -
la .xpected that tn race win urn
of th most exciting vr kM in this
city. ' f:
w. 1 riviy r,::::i
guest at d::i
County Clerk W. Mulvey. whose
man-Use to Mlaa Alice Shannon will
be solemnised at 8L John s Catholic
Church in this city. Thursday morn
ing. December- 7. waa th. guest of
honor Friday night at a dinner given
by W. A. Showman at hla residence
on Washington street Tb. taw waa
artlattcally arranged for eleven cover,
with red candelabra and the menu
was dellcloua. In complelment to the
honor guest the dinner carda wer de-
alirned In pleasing eneci, -wua
Mulvey'a photograph on th
Hand painted piac. carua, -
hap, were pretty aouvenlra. Mr.
Khewman was a royal boat and M
lov.lng the spread, hla gueat enjoyed
an hour of cards. W. L. Mulvey. M.
J. Brown. Harry E. Draper, at. u. i--
tourette. Dr. Carl Heroen
Edward E. Brodle, Theodor. Oamund.
r Kenneth -Stanton and
q. W. Eastham were Mr. Showman a
guests. The menu:
' OUvea ' ' ' v
German Fish Koiia
' Pickled Onlona
Anchovla 1 i
. Cheese Sandwlchea
pickled Cherrlw ;
, Coffee . ,
. NuU " . ... ' '' .
1 H Clgara. , . .
. CUMMiNGs run""' '""'
Postortlee T B CbMd Out R)t
For Mm.ry Of Daoaasad.
Tb. poatofflc. whl be closed today
from I to1 1 o'clock out ofr.spct. to
tb memory of William Cumminga.th
poaUl clerk, who died Thursday. Th
clerk and carrier will be th pail
bearera. The funeral will b held at
I o'clock at th Flrat , Preabyterian
church and th Interment .will b I
Mountain Vlw Cemtery. ( ,
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