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MORNING ENTERPP18E, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1911.
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. LOCAL BWCrS
Mr. htosl.r. a farmer, of Clark.a
iu la Oregon City Friday.
Kirk Casseday. of Cinii. waa In thla
ctly Friday on bualneea.
Mr. and Mrs. John Cllue. of tarue.
r in this clt Tnuraday.
rrkfik Mueller end eon, of Clarkee.
aia ia Oregon City Friday,
Mr. and Mrs. Gua HchuoboL of Bbu-
or. Uiegon City rriuay.
v it Lara, of L'larkes. ouo o( tko
prWuvol larui.re of tkal lUco,
aaKiof tko Urego City vulture Frt-
Ur. urf .,f Now Era.' aa auuuc
lit Ofjoo City buaUtoa Uilore rt-
M. Uoukh, of KlJorado, a aU
kaua lartuor of tkal pUco, a In
im my rnuay.
Miaa ClrU.o Zumoail baa occoulod
I ouuuuu iu iko aiy ooa atoro ol
M. x iuta. a ell kuown fartuor.
ot luiu, auioog lio Urogun C'uy
Uormaji llakor and daimbtor, Mlaa
k, auu rtwiuo tioar Carua, woro la
city I kuioUoy. i
Mr. JUoUbod. ouo of Iko oroniluont
twmri uf liau, a In O'osun City
mm tiuaiiirM tTldar.
ejuil violbricil and alator, Vllaa
luuy uoiuiith, of fso klra, ro
Uia city 'inuiodoy.
a; u a.iuiaon nd family, of Unu'a
Mliu, ra aiuouK loo Orvtoa City
Ptillln lw.rw..,.h ml. I mUm. Uf Ilrr
Clio, wa-u., wo lu l Ma city and aro
tciiru at iko Kloctrlo HoloL .
Mra. Auua J'auman, nccomooulod by
kr uuKuiir lu Uw, atra. J. 1'oumaa,
f Naw Kra. oro La tala city on buai
Mia. it. L. Kelly and daubtor, Mlaa
Mlaa, left Tkuraday . aXlomoon fur
1-orti.na, wboro iboy will yiait IU
riauoa for a fow davya.
Mra, May llaxuard and dauabter,
kra M.y oaruaro V Uko. of bpoaano,
Waab, arrived la Oroon City
ay morning, and aro vlalUnc Lb ir
Biora auu, iiaiou iiaruaid.
Mra W. H. Paarl of Portland, and
Kra. Wiiiiaui Warnock, of Burma
u.r, aiatera of Mra. K. IX VVilaou,
ot taia city, aro bora aoendinc
Oaya at. tho Homo oi Mra. Wiiaou-
Mra. a O. Inakoop and lUUo grand-4uUl-r
bavo gono to I'orUaud,
nro liioy will Ylolt for aoverai o"
Uh Mra. Inaaeop a ooua. VVUl'aiu aua
'ChaaUir, who aro mombora of tho
Porilaud pnlico forco, and wbo form
erly ri'uld la Orvgoo t'tty.
ir. J. m. Crawford, of Newborn.
oo baa boon In U city for aovcial
yi. vlaltlug with Mr. and Mra. 11. 0.
levaiu, ot rilxth and Waablngton
rta, u,ft Krlday for Portland.
hi.ro aho will vlait until krtiuday,
"n alio will leave for bvT home.
Mr. and Mra. A. U. Morley and two
tklldrmi, of Pendleton, arrived In Ore
ion city Friday, and will vlalt bore
Wtth II.. f .l.i.r and bl-Oth-
Mlaaa Ida and Nina, and Albert
Morlny. They will alao vlalt with Mra.
Morlya mother, Mra. Walker, of Ml
rum. Charlea U. Wllaon, aon of Mr. and
H. I). Wllaon,v who la a member
"The Olrl of the Oolden Weaf
Company, which haa been playing In
Portland, la In thla city ylaltlng hie
'nta. and whera he will remain
w aliout two weeka. Th company
! to abandon the dateo eet for the
PParance In the Waahlnaion cltlea
"w'ng to tho high water, and haa re
turned to California. Mr. Wllaon in
trnrtg Joining tho company again m
R. Cronk, of Norwood, N. Y,ho
bn In thla city dlemantellng
allteatera for reconatructlon at
h Crown-CIolumbla Pulp aV Paper
miany left Friday evening for
CamAa. Waah., whera ha will do alml
Jr work for the company. ThU l
r. Cronk'a flrat r''t th W"t'
na la much liaproaaea -'male
of Oregon. Ho la W Pr-'n-ed
machlnlat. and U aonnected
. one of tha large paper roni at
icia stock of
Overeeot, w. m..n ,y,ry .1
retaining front. and hav. n7Yk
for inf.- 7 "oc"
o"ty cloth,, and dursbl
A tailing Bldg, ortland.
hont Main 6151.
Half Car Load
Best Irnported German
Beer (Pilsner, Munchen
nd Worzburt) Fw ale
by bottle at
61 9 Main
Karl lUlnrtrh and aon. Karl Jr..
arrived In thla rlty from Portland
Friday, and are looking for a location.
Mr. Ilelnrich. wo baa been In the
building department of tho board of
duration on New York City, baa aold
bla Intereata tbrre, and baa derided
to make tbo Woat bia home, presuma
bly In Orecon City, providing bo flmi
aultable propert) Mr. Ilolnrlco'a
family are at proeent making their
headquarter In Portland, and will re
main Ibaro until lb find a location.
Ilurton It lloyt. a hardware mer
rhant of Uihbrldna, Alberta. Canada,
and bla wife, who bavo been In thla
city vlalt trig with Mr. and Mra J. R.
Ilumpkrya. of Twelfth and Waahlng
ton atroeta, left Wednesday for Van
couver. IL C where tbey will vlalt
lor several daya before returning to
their home. Tbey will vlalt In Victoria
alao. Thla la their Drat vlalt to Ore
gon, and tbey were very much Im
pressed with the atate. Mr. lloyt la
a roualn of Mra. Humphrya
Mra Maiwell Telford returned from
Portland Friday where she vlaltew
her mother. Mra. Albert Johnson.
Mra. Telford asalated her mother at
a lea given to the women of tbo Third
Presbyterian church at Mra John
son a home, it Keat Twentieth atreet.
Wednesday afternoon from I to L
Flflty fire railed during the afternoon.
A musical and literary proiram were
J. W. Oray. who recently aold bla
farm on the Weat Side, and
who la living In Portland, waa
In tbla city Thuraday and Friday.
Mr. and Mra. Gray are planning to
spend Thanksgiving with Mr. and
Mra O. Carlton Woodwortb. the form
er who la American counsel, with
headquartera at Vancouver, I). C Mra.
Woodwortb la a daughter of Mr. anJ
Mra Oray. and lived la Oregon City
before her marriage. Mr. Oray haa
derided to returo to Clarkamae coun
ty to make hla home, and will build
an up-to-date bungalow on bla two
acres of land on the O. W. P. lino
between thla city and Portland near
Covell Thla piece of property 0
In a moat alghtly location.
Prevailing Oregon City prlcea aro
as follow a:
UKIB.IJ rnuiio ,
Prunea on baala of 6 1 4 ponnda for 45-
IUDK8 (Duylng) Oreen niaee,
Ro to 6c: aaltera. 6o to c; dry hldea.
12c to 14c; aheep pelta, :5c to 75c
Hay, Grain, Feed.
HAY tnuylng) Timothy, fit to
$15: clover. to $9; oat bay
to $10; m!id. 9 to tn. ".
OATS (Buying) T.ray. 127 to
$2R; wheat. $28 to $2; on meai. 903,
Rhadv Brook dairy ieea, v
FKED (Selling) Btiona, i'
$28; rolled barley. $37.80; proce-a
barley. $38.60; wnom
cracked corn, wnne. t. -
bran $27 to $28.
Butter, poultry, agy-
FI)UR 14 60 to $5 25.
.,i,TTiro muvlnc) Ordinary
country butter, jioo '
dairy, 80c; creamery, JOc to 35c.
POULTRY w (imylng)-Hen. 8c
,0E9(J03 Oregon -nch eKK. 40c to
SACK VEGETABLES - carrota
$1.25 to $1 60 per .ack: paranlpa.
$1.25 to $160; turnlpa, $1.25 to $1.60.
rrunea. on bail, of 6 1-40 for 45 and
60c; beets, $1.60.
POTATOES ''"t buying 850 to
,lOPN,ONSr.gon. ,1 25 to ,150 P
hundred; Australian, $2 par hundred.
BKET-fUva welghtJ-Stoera. 6
and 6Hd cowt. 4Uc: buIU. I I -o
VEAL Calves bring from
Ho, according to grade.
MUTTON-Bheep. So " 0'
lamba, 40 and 5c. ,
Ho6a-m to ho
and lie; 140 to 200 pounds. 10c and
10HO. . '
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The Cluck a in aa County Teachers'
Institute will meet Haturday, Nov. 26.
t 10 A. M. at tbo school bouse. An
all day session will bo held. Follow.
Ing la tho program: 10 A. M. "Lan
guage, - Miss Mauda Longhead, Al
bany, Oregon; 1J A. M. "Reading,"
V,. W. lUrluti. Winona I-ake, Ind.; 1:30
P' M. "Music." CUaa Iieinonatratlon,
Mra. Anna Haras; 2:00 P. M "Num
bers," Maude lAughead; 1:00 P. M
"Probli-ma of tbo Rural BckooL" 0.
W. Marian. Irlnner will bo aervod by
tho ladlea In tho Orange bull at noon.
The girls of tho school organised a
club and will have their class Wed
nesday evenings from 7 to t, and a
business meeting on Friday evenings.
Neil Friday at tho meeting they will
elect their offlrero.
Tho Udlea amllllary of (ha Catholic
church will meet at tha Parish Wed
nesday afternoon .and dlacuaa plana
for an entertainment foe tbo early
part of Iiecrmber
The Women's Work Club met at the
home of Mrs. K.lla Maple Wedneaday
afternoon and bad a eoc.lal time.
Archie Marrarl haa moved his fannl
ly to Portland.
Mr. and Mra. Rosenburg aro tbo
proud parents of a new baby born
Sunday, rr. Townley attending. Aa
aoon aa the mother la able the family
will move to Medford where they will
engage In the mercantile btialneaa.
Mr. Weaver, of Iibanon, baa rented
the Hhielda bouse and will live there
Mra. Oetcbell, of Bcappooae, who
formerly lived here, has been danger
oualy 111, but la reported ollghtly lm
proved at tha preaent writing.
Mra. Henry rhllllpa and Mra M.
Reed have been to Rrappooao to vlalt
Mrs. Oeti hell, who ia quite sick.
The enumeration of tha erbool will
be taken thla week by tho clerk.
.. Mr. Ludon, of Belllngham, Waahlng
ton, purchased the Mllwauklo restaur
ant and will open for busluesa Satur
W. A. Hanson waa In Portland on
Mr. Harper haa purchased tho In
terest of Mr. Lyons In their butcher
Mrs. Durbln, of Mllwauklo Heights,
haa opened a kindergarten In tbo band
hall and will be glad to get pnplla.
She new haa ten. '
"Chick" Lakln waa a Portland vis
The cement sidewalks arc being
laid on Monroe atreet between Front
and First, also the street la being
finished, making a good Improvement
lor that part of the city.
Mr. and Mra. Chaa. Bell and aon
Fred, of Hood River, came Saturday
and spent several day with her sla
ter. Mra. Geo. Wlaalnger, and broth
era Dr. Ray and George Btryker.
Tho Mothers' and Teachers' Club
will meet Thursday afternoon at the
school house at I P. M. A dlscuaalon
on how to prepare a lunch for tho pu
pils will bo tbo program. '
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Snyder and Mlaa
Taylor went to Portland Monday ev
ening to attend the Camella Chapter
of Eastern Star.
The City Council held a special
meeting Tueaday evening to hear com
plaints. All assessmenta were found
correct according to tbo Charter. Ac
L Hoisted waa appointed to fill tbo
uneiplred term of Recorder.
A small boat house moored at tha
Rock Island club houae waa burning
at t:S0 Wedneaday morning. -
Church Notee Evangelical church.
Rev. R. RadebangD. paator. Special
aervlce Sunday at I P. M. under tho
direction of W. M. 8. A good pro
gram la arranged for tho aervlce,
Mornlne worship tfermon, "Coming of
the Lord and Mlnalona." Sunday
school at 10:30 A. M. Y. P. A. at 1
P. M. Prayer meeting Wedneaday ev
enlnga. Choir practice Thuraday ev
enings. Teachers' Training Friday
Royal Stover returned on Monday
from a hunting trip up tho Columbia.
Will B. Jennings haa a forco of men
making new streets on hla recently
platted acreage. One of tho prettleat
Hull avenue to tho river.
Miss Irene Stipe of Portland waa
an over Sunday visitor with Mlaa Eil
Mr. and Mra. Elmer Mink of Eugene
came down to attend the football
game between Washington and Ore
gon and were dinner guesta on Friday
evening of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Morae.
The young aet aro enjoying horae
back riding these pleasant afternoon
on 8unday a party constating of the
Mlasee Hart. Helen Palnton. Mary
Pierce and Francis Cross of Gladstone
and Messra. Lloyd Curtain, Corbett
Olmatead Clarence Haldy and Clair
Heath, enjoyed an hour a ride on their
Rev. H. E. Hornshuh of Portland,
preached at the Grace Evangelical
Chapel on Sunday, November nine
teenth. Speaking very ably rrora Epn.
5-1:2. Rev. Calvin Bergstreaser as
sisted In the communion aervlce whlc
Miss Near visited threa daya last
week with her mother at.Arleta.
The Lodge people were aorry to
hear that O. D. Boardman of Silver
Springs waa seriously 111 having Buf
fered from a stroke of paralysla. Hla
four aona: Will and Chaa. Itoardman,
of Sherman county. Elmer from Aur
ora and Frank Boardman of Gladstone
and daughter Mra. Carrie Wygandt. of
Aurora having been auramened to the
bedalde of their father. The Q. D.
poardmnn family were resldenta of
thla place for the P"t four yeara re
moving to their preaent home thla
Little Calvin Dill Morse who had
the mlHfortune to fall into the fire
place , and suffering from burnt handa
Mra. R. F. Stover Is enjoying a jrislt
from her mother.Mrs. Jacobson and
two eons of Newport, Oregon.
A number of our people have been
attending the GIpay Smith meetings
In Portland. Ao ao many are turned
away those attending thla week are
taking the 6:30 car for Portland.
Oeo. Sewall of Shedda, waa calling
on Lodge friends on hla way to Port
land where he has accepted a poal
tlon. Leslie Reld of New York City, who
has spent a fortnight with hlB aunt,
Mrs. A. C McFarlano leaves on Thura
day for Oakland, California, where he
haa a position.
Much Interest Is being taken In tho
bog social and spelling math which
la to he given at the Jennings Lodge
school on Friday evening of thla week.
The proceeds aro to bo divided be
Out of Town
tween the Community Club and Tha
Circle, tbo latter a woman'a club
which haa been recently organized.
Vivian Tlbbot'B new homo la pro
gressing nicely. Tho lathers aro
there at preaent and the plumbing haa
been Installed by Howard Truocott of
Cal Morae la installing a water ays-
tern at bla recently built bom.
Messrs. Clyde Newell and Walter
Beckner were weekend visitors In
city of Canny waa in darkneaa
Monday night on account of some of
tho machinery breaking at the power
Mrs. Anna Smith and two children,
of Long Iteach, Wash., are vlaltlng
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Por
ter. Mr. and Mrs. Bradford returned
from Portland Tueaday morning,
where they wore purchasing 'Christ
mas aupplioa. ,
Frank K linger, of Macksburg, was
In Canny Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mra. V. U Mack, of Aurora,
were shopping and visiting relatlvea
In Canby Tueaday.
O A ml aon haa sold his 40 acres
north of town to K. Coren; considera
tion. $7,000. This was formerly J.
E kerson's place. :
Mrs. M. E. Roberta haa returned to
her homo In Red Bluffs. California,
after an eitended visit with relatives
In Canby. - '
The ladles of the W. C. T. U. gave
a delightful surprise party on Mra.
Walter Clark. In honor of tha faithful
work she haa done for tbo Union.
Refreshments were served. The lad
les presented Mrs. Clark with a beau
tiful gold handle umbrella. ,
The U. 8. Flower Map Company haa
received tbo balance of the ahlpment
of the ten thousand mapa.
Fred Roth haa purchased a besutl
ful pfeoo for Mrs. Roth from tbo Wi
ley B. Allen Compsny. Portland.
Al McCoy haa purchased Ave acres
from his' father-in-law, L. E- Bowers,
and la building 'a neat little cottage
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Skinner are the
proud parents of a -7pound baby girl,
born Nov. 13-
Miss Tdfc Hurley, of Portland, gave
a lecture on health at the- Christian
church last Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Harvey Douglas returned last
Sundsy from Jefferson where -who
spent a few days visiting former Kan
Preaching at tho Christian church
.W. H. Batr haa the contract to ship
about If. 000 or 20.000 Christmas trees
to San Francisco and Loo Angelea.
Mr. Balr la shipping from Canby, Au
rora And Mt Angel.
Mra. H. A. Knight Is visiting her
mother, Mrs. Deyea thla week.
Citlien Convention, which waa
railed last SatuSrfav nominated the
following ticket: ' Mayor. H. A. Ded-,
man; treaaurer, L. D. Walker: coun
cllmen for two years. C. C. Koeher.
J. A. Orwham, J 4 Sutherland. H. C
Gllmoro; councilman for ono year, J.
R. Now ton.
Mr. and Mra. Joa. Beatty went to
Portland last Sunday to hear Oypsy
Smith preach, returning Monday
Lillian Wang spent several days In
Portland last week.
Mr. Rape had the mlafortune to loee
his horse this week. Mr. Garrett was
called hut could not save It.
Walter Douglaa made a brief busi
ness visit to Eastern Oregon last week.
Murray and Carl Clark were agree
ably surprised Thuraday night when
a crowd of their friends and neigh
bors walked up to the door, giving a
yell, thereby apprising them of tho4r
presence About 48 were present and
apent m pleaaant evening playing
gamea and enjoying a social time to
gether. Shortly after 11 o'clock a
fine supper waa partaken of and soon
after all returned home, tired but hap
py, and longing for another party to
attend in the near future. -
B. L. Palfrey, of Molalla, waa In the
Mr. and Mrs. Brash moved Into their
new house on the Carter place Sat
Mra. Walter Douglaa waa a Port
land , visitor the latter part of laat
Mlaa Anna Duncan made her folks
a short visit Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Woodle and
daughter, Nettie, were the guesta of
Mr. and Mra. Guy Woodle Sunday.
Dick Gibson waa a Barton visitor
Eagle Creek Grange held its regular
meeting Saturday. After the usual
routine of biiHlness a fine chicken din
ner was served. .
J. D. Chltwood waa a Grange visitor
Mr. and Mrs. W. X. Howlett took din
ner with Mr. and Mra. Guy Woodle
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Murphy and
children. Miss Armeda and Perry, Mr.
and Mrs. Ray Woodle and Baby Les
lie spent Sunday afternoon with Mr.
and Mrs. Will Douglas.
George Kltr.mlller and family called
on Mr. and Mrs. Guy Woodle Sunday
evening. George tied his team to the
fence but whan they went out to re
turn home, no horses or vehicle was
visible, they having broken loose and
tearing the fence partly down, had
gone up the road a short distance
where they were found quietly feed-
111 Mr. and Mrs. Jim De8haaer called
on Mrs. DeShaier's mother, Mrs. Viola
Douglaa Sunday afternoon.
F. W. Bates ws seen over this way
last Friday. v
Mlaa Clara Etchlson is visiting In
St Johns this week.
Claude Vanhoy, who haa been spend
ing the summer near Goldendale,
Wash., on his ranch la spending a
month here with his parents."
Mr. Dugan, of Mulino, was tran
sacting business In this berg Saturday.
- Mr. and Mrs. Tatton. of Salem, aro
visiting Mrs. Patton's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Simpson, of Hood street
Mrs. Preston Is at home again af
ter apendlng a month with her daugh
ter at Seattle.
Will Olllett of Walla Walla, Waah,
la visiting relatlvea hero.
Messrs. Moore and Francis, of
Clarkes, were transacting business
Mr and Mrs. Maion. of Highland.
were guests of Mrs. A. 8. Martin,
Rev. g. a Moflltt of Nowbory, Is
tko guoot of J. W. . Owens this weak,
who la makasg preparation to koM
a aeries of Beatings la that Mount
View church, beginning Friday at I.
J. T. Hammond and family, who
have spent the last two months In
II. Bradt's house have moved out to
Bert Cummins' nillL
Thomas Berber waa visiting friends
In this berg Saturday and Sunday.
Oocar May and wife, of bearer
Creek, spent Sunday with his parents.
Messrs. A. Maotg and O. A. Vanhoy
butchered their bogs Tuesday.
Elmer Dlnon went to Forest Grove
Wednesday where be acted aa Judge
of a poultry show at that place.
J. A. Waltara, of California, arrived
hero laat week to spend the winter
with bis daughter, Mrs. D. W. Griffin.
Patnrfilie our advertisers. .
AMONG THE CHURCHES
Flrat Baptist Church Main and Ninth
streets 8. A. Haywortb, pastor.
Preaching by tho paator at 10 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m.
German Lutheran Church (Ohio
, synod; Rev. H. Mau. paator. Ser
vices will be held at 10:30 a. m.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
Cathollo Corner Water and Tenth
streets. Rev. A. HUlebrand paator.
residence 912 Water; Low Maas
a. m., with sermon; High Maas
10:20 a. m.; afternoon service at
4; Masa every morning at S.
Flrat Congregational ChurchGeorge
Nelson Kdwarils, paator. Morn In?
service 10:30, subject 'A Fruitful
Bough"; Sunday school at 11:60;
Evening service at 7:30; Men's
Brotherhood night sermon "Stand
ing Against the Drift
First Church of Christ, Scientist,
Ninth and Center atreets Lesson
sermon, 11; Sunday school Immed
iately after the sermon; Wednesday
evening meeting at 8.
Gorman Evangelical Corner Eighth
and Madison streets. Rev. F.
Wleveslck paator, residence 712
Madison; Sunday school 10 a. m.,
Herman Schroder, Monroe atreet,
superintendent; morning service
11; Young People at 7 p. ra. and
preaching at 8 p. m.; prayer meet
ing Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.
Gladstone Christian Rev. A. H. MuV
key, paator: Bible school at 10 a.
m.; preaching at 11 and 8.
Mountain View Union (Osaagroga
tlonsj) Sunday school t p. m.,
Mrs. J. H. Quinn. superintendent;
Bible Study every Thuraday after-
Methodist Episcopal Church Rev. E.
F. Zimmerman, paator.. Sunday
school at 9:46. Preaching by the
pastor at 10:46.
First Presbyterian Church Rev.
J. R. Landsbo rough, minister. Bun
day school at 10 o'clock, Mrs. W. C.
Green, superintendent; morning
worship at 11; evening worabip at
Parkplaco Congregational Rev. J. L.
Jones paator, residence Clackamas ;
Christian Endeavor Thuraday eve
ning 7:30. 8unday school 10, Emery
French superintendent; preaching
services each Sunday, alternating
between 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.;
St. Paul'a Protestant Episcopal
Church; C. W. Robinson, rector:
Holy eucbariat 8 a. m.; morning
prayer, 10:30; holy eucharist -.and
sermon, 11; evening prayer and ser
mon. 7:30; Sunday school 12. Spec
ial aervlco In tho evening for law
yera. United Brethren Corner Eighth and
Taylor, Rot. L. F. Clarke paator,
residence, Portland; Sunday school
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market excepting an electric ; arc lamp. It is
designed to put electric light in every store,
however small. No iHominant can compare
with the MAZDA light in low cost or high
efficiency for electric current.
The Small Storekeeper can
by installing three or four or five of these units
to illuminate his entire premises. They are
unrivalled for show window lighting.
Consult witii as about out special
offers for store lighting with Mazda
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- The Morning Enterprise
Elliott Oarage a new 1912
Ford automobile to be given
i a a
circulation conicsi 10 ve inaugurated soon, l nere is
no car manufactured that fxceodg the Ford in popu
larity, and last year the Ford factory sold one-fifth of
all the cars purchased in the United States. The car
is. built for durability and is a roadster par-excellence.
Orant B. Dimick, W. A. Huntley, J. E. Hedges, "C.
8chuebel, Captain J. T. Apperson, F. M. Swift and
E. I. Elliott are some of the users of Ford automo
biles. There is value in a Ford car and the Morning
( Enterprise proposes to give one away. We want
more circulation and we have spent $785 at one throwr.
to help get it. Watch the
luture announcements, i
body is going to have a chance to win this fine ma-
10 a. m., Frank Parker, Maple Lane,
superintendent; morning aervlce
11; Y. P. 8. C. E. 6 p. a., evening
Willamette M. E- No regular preach
ing services; 8unday school t p.
m., Mrs. Reams,supeiintendent
Zlon Lutheran Corner Jefferson and
Eighth streets. Rev. W. R Krax
berger pastor, residence 720 Jeffer
son; Sunday school 9:10 a. m.. Rev.
Kraxberger, aoportntendeot ; morn.
Ing service 10:30; evening 7:46;
Luther League 7 p. m.
Woot Oregon City School House J.
O 8 Lasts will preach at 3 o'clock.
Sunday school conducted after ser
mon MRS. AlulA FISIII
The funeral services over tho re
mains of Mrs. Anna Fisher, wife of
John Fisher, and daughter of Mr. and
Mra. Casper Eodrea, well known resi
dents of the West Side, who died at
the St Vincent Hospital, Portland,
Tuesday afternoon, after a brief 111
neaa, were held at St John'a Catao
Uo. church, Friday morning at 9
o'clock. Rev. Father HUlebrand offic
iating. Th church waa crowded with
frienda of tbo deceased, and the floral
offerings were beautiful and numer
ous. The Interment waa in the fam
ily lot in the Catholic cemetery. Tne
pallbearera were Paul Hodge, Mat hew
Mtchaela, Chris Mlchaela, Michael
Muench. Mathew Raber and John
Finnucane. . . . . . .
Mra. Fisher died on her eleventh
wedding anniversary, being aurvlved
by a child only, one day . did. Mra.
Fisher formerly lived In thla city,
and from hero went to Mount Angel,
and afterward moving to Portland.
Mra. Fisher Is survived by her par
en La, husband and three children,
three aiatera, Mlsaea Mary. Clara and
Uzzle Endres, and three brothers.
Jake, Henry and Adam, of thla city.
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ha purchased from tha
Model T fivc-paiingr
away as a premium in a
Morning Enterprise for
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TO 8E OMffiD
A direct result of tho work of R.
V. D. Johnston with the music of tho
Minstrel boy a, ia tho forthcoming or
ganization of a permanent local
choral society, to he known aa Tko
Oregon City Philharmonic SorJaty,
Gounod's oratorio, "Tha RedemptloaV
and Cowan's "Rosemalden" are tko
sacred and secular works selectad for
study, and future public preoentatkn.
An Invitation haa been mada to
every man and woman with voice)
no matter how a mall, aat regard ksoa
of ability to read music, to Join tko
organization. According to tha moat
cal director It takes an aorta of voice
to make up a choral oragnlsatloa, and
instruction In eight-reading ia to be
a feature of tho work, so that no aaaa
or women possessing a aenae of
and sufficient vocal ability to
It after proper drill, needaar-aTCcS
of welcome. It la belteved, however,
that the time la ripe for sock aa or
ganisation, and that there win ko bo
lack of good vol cos.
The Philharmonic Society. It la mm
nonnced, win not be connected with
any church or other organisation, hot
will stand or 'fall entirely on Ra ow
merits. , . ' ..
The flrat meetlag wiR ho held tn
Willamette Hall next Tuesday ovosiaax
at 8 o'clock. A par snoot member
ship committee will bo elected and
the officers for tho
If you are not reading tho Morning
Enterprise, why not? Year-end Bar
gain Period is now on. Boa ad on
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