Although listed in this article as "F. S. Boenbecker", most sources state that the Oregon Telephone Herald president was "D. S. Doernbecher". Thanks to Craig Adams for supplying a copy of this article. A scan of this advertisement is located at the University of Oregon's Historic Oregon Newspaper site: http://oregonnews.uoregon.edu/lccn/sn83025138/1913-08-29/ed-1/seq-6/.
 
Morning Oregonian, August 29, 1913, page 6:

BLUE  SKY  LAW  APPLIED
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NO  WIRES  NO  BUSINESS  IS  RULE  TO  ENUNCIATOR  COMPANY.
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    SALEM, Or., Aug. 28.--(Special.)--Because the concerns have no wires, so far as he can learn, Corporation Commissioner Watson today declined to issue permits to the Oregon Enunciator Company and the Oregon Telephone Herald Company, of Portland, to do business in the State. This action was taken under the Blue Sky law. The companies plan through the use of telephones to produce plays, lectures and sermons at the homes of patrons. C. P. Scott is President of the Oregon Enunciator Company and F. S. Boenbecker is President of the Oregon Herald Telephone Company. It also is planned by the companies to serve patrons with the important news of the day. Mr. Watson said he would not grant permits to sell stock until they could show that wires had been acquired.