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OREGON CnTXOURIEtt--HERALD; FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1899.
Land Titles and Land
nice Business a Specialty.
ROBERT A. MILLER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Will practice in all the Courts of the State and
(ha Bureaus of the Interior Dsparlment at Wash-
ilfitUtt. UOOM 3, ClUBMAH 13UILDINQ,
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
Will practice in all the Courts of the State and
the C. S. Land Office. Abati acts made. LandTl
Um tlaieted. Conveyances and all Legal Docu
nunta drawn. Real Estate bought and sold. Divor
ce Specialty. Ornoi m Caui-ieu) Building,
OREGON CUT, OREGON.
GEORGE LINCOLN STORY
' Will practice in all the Courts of this State and
Washington, Foreclosure of Mortgages and Pro
bate Hatters a Specialty. Titles examined and
Alsatoacta nude. Office, CAOriaio Building.
OF OREGON CITY
CAPITAL f 100,000
Transacts a General Banking Business
Loans made. Bills discounted. Makes eol
( ections. Buys and sells exchange on all points
In t&e United States and Europe and on Hong
ong. Deposits reoeived subject to check.
Bank open from 9A M.toaP. H.
e.C.Li.lOTJRK'nE, FRED J. MEYER,
CL D- & D. C. LATOURETTE
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
(Commercial, Real Estate and Probate Law
Office in Commercial Bank'Bultdlng
OaEOON CITY . T - . OREGON
3. C. SaowNau
t. U. Camfbiu
SROWNELL & CAMPBELL .
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Oregon City, Ore
W. S. U'REN
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Saggar Building, opposite Hur.tley'e,
O&EGON CITT - - OREGON
ATTORNEY AT LAW
THOS. F. RYAN
Notary Public and Real Estate Broker
CCADIKQ IHSDBANCS AQEHCT OP CLACKAMAS
Monav to Loan. A bstracta of Title Made
Otaawiog of Legal Documents a Specialty
voice on east aiae or Main street
Between 6th and 7th
2L C STRICKLAND, M. D.
i(Xespltal and Private Experience.)
Otftrt hit professional services to the people of
Vregon uity ana vicinuy. (special attention
f aid to Catarrh and Obronlo diseases.
Best ol references given.
Offlce iu Wlllami-lte Building.
?ffioe atourst 10 to H a. m., to p. m.
OOKCJ.TY .... OREGON
DR. GEO. IIOEYE,
ttffioe In Caufleld Building, Main Street
Bntaoe and Crown Wore a Specialty.
All work warranto.! and satisfaction
DR. J. H. MILLER,
Seventh Street, near S. P.
Jkkqon Out, ...
DR. FRANCIS FREEMAN
Graduate o( the Northwestern Univer
sity Dental School, also ol American Col
lejteel AJental Surgery, ot Uulcago.
WITH DR. WKLCH.
WiUametU Block - OppoixU Po$toffiet
Ouoea City, Obsoom.
CL N. GREENMAN
(Established 1361 J
TflC riOMECB EXFKE89MAN AMD
Parcels Delivered to All Fans of the City
OcZEQON CITY .... OREGON
BANK OF OREGON CITY
UHT BAHII50 H0U8K IX TES CRT
(AID UP CAPITAL, 150,000.00
Chas. H. caVum
Gto. A. HaiDih
X. O. Cauiulp
4 General Banking Business Transacted '
Deposits Received 8ubect to Check.
Approved Bills and Notes Discounted.
County and City Warrants Bought,
. IVoans Made en Available Security
Exchange Bought and 'old.
. Collections Made Promptly.
Draft field Available in Any Part of the
Telegraphic Exchange Sold on Portland, Baa
Srrancisco t'htcato anlNew York.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
. Oregoiiian and Courier-Herald $2
Better Than Show."
The wealth of the multi
millionaires is not equal to
good health. Riches without
health are a curse, and yet the
rich, the middle classes and
the poor alike have, in Hood's
Sarsaparilla, a valuable as
sistant in getting and main
taining, perfect health. It
Scrofula-" Three yean ago oar ton,
Bow eleven, had a serious case of scrofula
and'eryslpelas with dreadful sores, discharg
ing and itching constantly. He could not
walk. 'Several physicians did not help for
sixteen months. Him months' treatment
with Hood's Sarsaparilla made hint- per
fectly well. We are glad to tell others of It."
-Mas. David Laikd, Ottawa, Kansas.
Nausea -" Vomiting spells, dizziness
and prostration -troubled me for years.
Had neuralgia, grew weak and could not
sleep. My age was against me, but Hood's
Sarsaparilla cured me thoroughly. My
weight increased from 125 to 143 pounds. I
am the mother of nine children. Never felt
so well and strong since I was married as I
do now." Mas. M. A. Waters, 1529 33d St.,
Washington, D. C.
Eczema-" We had to tie the hands of
our two year old sen on account of eczema
on face and limbs. No medicine even
helped until we UBed Hood's Sarsaparilla,
which soon cured." Mrs. A. Van Wyck, 123
Montgomery Street, Paterson, N. J.
Hood's Pills eiire liver III, ; the non-Irritating aid
only cathartlo to tHkq with Hood's Baraapnrllla.
BREAD and PASTRY
C. F. HENNINdS
Seventh St. Bakery
or stop his wagon
as it goes by.
EAST AND SOUTH
.-,-t-.;; . , vu i
The Shasta Route
SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO.
Bxpress Trains Leave Portland Daily.
Lv Pertland Ar
Lv Ort'on City Lv
Ar Banfranolaeo Lv
T :4b A.M.
The above trains stoo at all stations betweep
Portland and Salem. Turner. Hanon. Jaffar-
son, Albany, Taiiisnt, Shadds, Ralsey, Harpts.
nrac, junction i irvmg, jiugene, ureswsii,
ottaie urove, Drains, and all station troas
r.oaeburg to Ashland, lnolusiv.
R09SBCRO HAIL DAILY.
I:MA.M. .Lv Pertland Ar4:S0r.
0:27 a.m. Lv Oregon City Lv 8:84 r.M
s.W t. u. I Ar Roieburg Lv I 7: at
DININO CARS OV OODEN BOUTi
rVLLMAK BUrFBT SLtSPiKS
SECOND-CLASS SLEEPING CARS
Attached to all Through Trains.
West Side Division,
Between PORTLAND and COBTALLII
At Alhanv and flnrvalila nAttnaivt with !..(
Of Oregon Central A Bastern R. R.
l:MP. M. ILt Portland Arl:25A.II
7 SO P.M. I Ar McMlnnvlUe Lv5:A.M
1:10 P. H. I Ar Independence Lv 4:H A. M
Rates and tickets te eastera nolnta and
Bnrope also JAPA3I. CHINA, HONOLULD
and AUSTRALIA, ean b obtained from
E. B. BOYD, A sent, Oreaon City
R. KOEBLER, C. H. HAKiCHAM,
liantgr, At. l PAP. Agent
Portland, Or, Portland; Or.
DiPAaT TIME ICHSDULEI ARRiva
roa Freat Pert and, raoa
Fast Salt Lake. Denver, Fan
Mail rt.Worth, Omaha, Mall.
1:00p.m. Kansas City, St 0:46 p.m.
Spokane Walla Walla, 8 p o- Spokane
Flyer sane, Mlnneapo- Flyer
10 p.m. Us, Bt. Paul, Du- 1:80 a. m
luth. Mtlwankee, .
Chicago and East
111 p.m. OeeaaMeaMthla 4:00 p.m.
Bail every live days.
1:00p.m. Celemkla Rlxr 4:00p.m.
Ex. Sunday ttta atari. Ex. Sunday
10:00 p. m. To Astoria and Way
1:00 a.m. Wlllaatett Hlver. 4:S0p. m.
Ex. Sunday Ex. Sunday
Orel on City, New
7:00a.m. WlllatH snl Ytav 1:10 p.m.
Tues.,Tlur. . hill Rivars, Mon., Wed.
and Bat. ud Fri.
Onegon City, Day
ton, A Way Land
ings. 6:00 a.m. WlllaaMtM Rlrer! -4:90 p.m.
Toes, Thar. . Tiles.. Thur.
' and Sat. ' Portland to Corval- . and Sal.
- lit' Way Laud- .
Lv. Rlparia Sriak Rlrer." l.v.iwlto
1:4(1 a.m.- . .- ...'.. i .::45a.m. .
Datiy Rlparia to Uwlston Ually
Kx.Baturday I Ex. Friday
r. X. DOSALDSOX. Agent, Oregon CUT.
W. H. HURLBURT,
Gsnarai Passenger Agent. I'ortland, Or.
The Sewer Question .
Should Oregon City at this time put
in a sewer system on the hill, ia a ques
tion in which all the peop'e, both in
and around Oregon City, are deeply in
terested. It involves two cardinal ques
First; the question ol sanitation.
Second ; the question of fincuce. We
pkee sanitation first because without
health we cannot enjoy wealth. These
two conditions, health and wealth, are
interdependent upon each other. Sick
ness and poverty are also largely de
pendent on each other ; they aggravate
one another. '
As to the question of sanitation, we
need only to travel over the ground and
hear the croak of countless millions of
frogs, and see the sickening, nauneatinq
filth spread out over the extensive frog
pond, see the filthy sewerage floating
about the watercloset vaults, see the
kitchen slops seeping from the cesspools
under the houses, or in the back yards,
out into the side streets or alleys, or
down onto our neighbor. While the
sight of this reeking filth is di-gust ing,
revolting, sickenin it does not com
pare with the stinking stench of the
foul oders that cause us involuntarily to
clusp our nose with our hand and heave
Ob 1 It makes one pick to think of
it and all this right here in our beauti
ful Oregon City; Our Beautiful Oregon
City with its unsurpassed intelligence,
its superior Chautaquan culture ; a care
fully refined culiure the concepts of
vhich our proudest boast is, we inherit
ed them from the noblest sires of earth .
But the demoralizing, the vandalizing
effects of this sickening filth on our so
cial and moral status is not the w orst
feature of this important question
Our happiness, both social and domestic
in society and at home, depends very
largely upon the good health of the
members of society and of the home
That this extensive filth pile is a pro
lific holbt d breeding all kind of disease
and death, no honest, sincere, intelli
gent person having the health and hap
piness of his home and friends at heart
will undertake to deny. Then, assum
ing that all intelligent people' are
agreed that health and happiness de
pend very largely upon cleanliness;
cleanliness 'if the food we eat, cleanli
ness of the water we drink, purity of
the air we breathe, cleanliness and
beauty of our yards and lawns, cleanli
ne.-s of alleys and street, we proceed to
the consideration of the second cardinal
feature, of this important subject:
That of finance.
The engineers and committee whose
duty it was lo make accurate surveys
and estimates, have performed that
duty carefully. In their report to the
city council they place the cost to each
lot at $45. This, they eay, is 2 per
cent above the actual estimate. They
add the 25 per cent for possible contin
gencie8. They mean by this, that the
cost to each lot cannot under any cir
cumstances go above $45 per lot. This
effects only that which is in the sewer
district. But it is contended by some
that the properiy abutting on the street
in which the sewer is laid should pay
more than property on the further side
of the block from the sewer. In this
case the farther lot might pay $23 and
the nearer lot $05, thus making an in
equality in the assessment. It is
claimed by some that the proximity and
retnoteneBS will justify some inequality
in assessment which will have to be ad
justed by a boar J ol appraisers .
Another plan is to take, Buy 50 of
the cost of the improvement, either
sewer or for sireet improvement, from
the general fund; ihe other 50 t' be
assessed equally on all lots in the eer
district. But of these minor details
there is time enough lo work them out
after it has been decided to build the
sewer. The question is, can the people
stand the burden of $15 per lot for this
imptovement? If it could be arranged
to pay tliis $45 in ten annual install
ments, the people would not feel it.
People living on their own property in
the sewer district would probably save
seeral times that pmounl by having
health instead'of sickness, and happi
ness instead of a funeral. The landlord
would be benefited by the improved
sanitary conditions ; his property would
rent for more per monih and would
stand idle less of the time ; he would
also be able to secure a better class of
tenants. The man who has property in
that district to sell would be benefited,
for people hunting homes, as a rule,
would pay more for a home in a healthy
district where the people take pride in
cleanliness, health and happiness than
they would for a boms in a marsh,
swamp, or a frog pond .
The subject is not exhausted but the
space is, so bow for the present.
Million! Given Away.
It is c rtainly gratifying to the public to
know ol one concern in Ihe land who are
tint afraid In lie generous to the needy and
suffering. The prourit-tors of Dr. King's
New rincoviry lor Consumption, Colitis
and Colds, have given away over ten
million trial Jbottles of this great medi
cine ; and have the satisfaction of knowing
itbasabitolutply cured tlinnnHnde of hop
lessraKPR. Aatmna, BdmcliiliM, rfnurxtt
ties" ami all tlite.inen el I lie TniohI, Client
and Longs are surely r.urvd by it. Call on
U. A. Ilanlinif. druggists, and get a trial
Ix'tile Ire. Uv ular nzi 50c and $1.
Every butilo jtUiirai)ter.d-njnce te-unded.
: Sunday-School Convention.
The ninth annual convention of the
Sunday-school Association of Clackamas
County will meet at Harmony Evangeli
cal church, two miles ea3t of Slilwaukie,
Friday, April 14. ' -
PROGRAM MOUSING SESSION.
9:30 Praise service, led by Professor
10:00 Address of welcome by Key. R.
10:10 Response by Rev. Butler, of
10 :25 Business session.
Solo by Professor Streyfeller.
11 :00 Methods of teaching Mrs.
Discussion, led by A. Fankhauser.
11 :20 The Home and the School-
Music by Clackamas M. E. Sunday-
11 :35 The Sunday-school as an Edu
cator Geo. W. Swope.
1:30 Praise service, led by George
1 :45 Election of officers.
Music By Milwaukie Union S. S.
2 :00 Home Study Rev. Bruce Wol-
2:30 Normal Work Rev. Winans, of
Music by Clackamas Cong. S. S.
3:00 Enthusiasm in Sunday-school
Work Rev. E. S. Bollinetr.
3:45 Use of the Blackboard in the
Sunday-school B. M, Fisch.
7:30 Song service.
Duet Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Clarke.
8:00 Address Rjv. J. E. Snyder, of
President, John Wisb,
Secretary, Mrs. 0. F. Clarke,
The following data, covering a period
of 28 years, have been compiled from
the Weather Bureau recoids at Port
Month April for 28 years.
" Mean or normal temperature, 52 deg.
The warmest month was that of 1881
and 1897, with an average of 52 deg.
The coldest month was that of 1893,
with an average of 48 deg.
The highest temperature was 89 deg
on the 17, 1897.
The lowest temperature was 28 deg on
the 7, 1875.
Average date on which last "killing"
frost occurred in spring, April 11.
precipitation (rain and melted snow.)
Average for the month, 3.30 inches.
Average number of days with .01 oi
an inch or more, 15.
The . greatest monthly precipitation
was 7.88 inches in 1883.
The least monthly precipitation was
1.12 inches in 1885.
The greatest amount of precipitation
recorded in any 24 consecutive hours
wits 1.24 inches on the 2, 1883.
CLOUDS AND WKATIIEB.
Average number of clear days, 6;
partly cloudy days, 10; cloudy days, 14.
The prevailing w inds have been from
The highest velocity of the wind was
46 miles from the southeast on the 3,
Station: Portland, Ore.
Date of issue : March 25, 1899.
B. 8, Paoue,
F. O., Weather Bureau.
Anthony Hope's yew Romance.
Anthony Hope's new romance, which
be has junt finished, is called "The
Countess Emilia." and has been pur
chased by The Ladies Home Journal, in
which periodical it will immediately
begin. . The story is about a beautiful
Countess. She has quarreled with her
husband, and they have decided to live
in seclusion in separate wings of the
castle, This they do until Captain
Dieppe, who becomes a member of the
household, inadvertently opens a door,
through which are revealed to him the
apartments of the exiled Countess,
with the beautiful occupant standing in
a doorway. The Captain falls in love
with the young woman, and from this
point there is not a moments cessation
in the romantio adventures which ensue
in the castle, its gardens and neighbor
ing places of rendezvous.
For' Over Fifty Yeara
An Old and Well-Tbikd Kemrdy.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrnp has
been used (or over fifty years by mil
lions of mothers for their children while
teething, with perfect success. It
soothes tbe child, softens the gums
allays all pain, enres wind colic, and is
the best remedy for Diarrhuea. Is
pleasant to the taste. Bold by Druggists
in every part of the World. Twenty
Ave cents a bottle. Its value lain'
calculable. Be sure and ask for Mrs.
Winsow's Soothing Syrup, and take no
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The?Bet Haivh In the world for Cnts,
Brain-, Kores, Ulcer, Halt Kbeum,
Fever Sores. Toller, Cliaoped
Handi1. Cliilhlains, Corns, and all Hkln
and iiositivcly cures Piles,
or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction or money r
niiilfld. Price 25 cents per bo. For
sale by G. A. Harding.
Toilers in the Klondike.
Here's a song (or the men of the Klondike
Yi ho have oome irora inetr nomas in me iar
To labor and toil,
In au loe-strlcken aoil.
For gold in these desolate atar lands ;
Who have braved the dread pass
For the love of a loss
Or the welfare of wite and of childrea.
fhey are not of the ones who were frightened
A uq turned at tne a rat Dim oi aunger ,
At the :hilcoot' dread crest.
At the lakes' frozen breast,
At a river, snow-svrollen and stranger
Thau anv that ran
Biuce tbe treat world began
Fierce eurreuted, shoal-full and rocky.
Tbey are men who were steady of purpose.
strong ot limb, ana witn spirit nnDenaing 1
When Ufa looked its worst
A few of Ihetn cursed
But they knew that their trials had an ending,
And so they would Jest,
Turning all to the best.
And never regretting their coming.
Far worthier those to be honored
Than the piKtniea made famous in i.ory ;
For these had to fight
By day and by night
And expected mora brnises than glory ;
And no man could say
Be was sure of Todav.
Beoanse Death was his constant companion.
Tbey have labored as none have before them,
Dragging sieaa o'er tne ice ay tne nour,
And straining their backs
' Beneath terrible packs, '
Svmi-cnnpolous and lacking the power
To lift Up their eyes
To the ominous skies.
Heading nothing that happened around them.
When the trail seemed the softest an 1 longest
A rlUDnn, unending and winding
When the pack on the sled
Seemed as heavy as lead
And Ihe wind ami ihesnow the most blinding,
i ney would laimn in tne soul
Pressing on to the iroal
Where they hoped to be richly rewarded.
And though few have accomplished their pur
And though maay are sleeping for ever,
In a snow-oovered grave
Thev were all ol them brave
Though the world be aware of It never,
Bui what the world knows
Is little, and shows
Its approval is not worth the having,
Then here's to the men of the Klondike-
Brave men, strong of limb, lion-hearted ;
Crusaders who bora
Picks aad nhovjl, and swore
To eonquer hell's outposts, an 1 parted
From sweethearts or wives
At the risks of their lives
To gain what was ilsewhere denied them.
Howabd V. SuraxBLAMD,
MARKET FOR BUTTER.
If Only a Surplus Wnn Produced
Washington, March 27. Experiments
made by alia secretary of agriculture!!
selling American butter in England have
been so satisfactory that fecretary Wil
son recently secured a rt p rt from an
agent of the government of Japan on the
prospect of the butter market there.
Tiiis agent reports that under favorable
treaty regulations Japan will import
from the United States nearly all her
butter and cheese. . . !
He says the butter and cheese market
will be of comparatively slow growth in
Japan, but will steadily improve if prop
erly fostered. He reports that only the
better butter should be sent to Japan,
and it should be packed in email air-tight
packages, bearing the otlicial govern
ment Inspection stamp on the outside.
These packages should be shipped only
on steamers having culd-storage facili
ties and should be kept in cold storage
until placed upon the market at retail.
Cheese rests upon a different basis and
can largely be left to the ordinary course
The condition of the butter and cheese
trade in Shanghai and Hong Kong, Chi
na, are almost identical with those of
Japan, except that at Hong Kong Aus
tralian butter is the strong competitor by
reason of low freight rates. In the inte
rior of China considerable French butter
is sold. Many claim that it resists heat
better than the American product. The
same general suggestions for the im
provement of trade in Japan are applica
ble to China.
Who Is To Blame.
Kidney trouble has become so preva
lent that it is not uncommon for a child
to iw born aillicted with weak kidneys.
If the child urinates too oflen, il the
urine scalds the flesh, or if, when the
chi d reaches an age when it should be
able lo control the pasaatte.and it is yet
aillicted with bed wetting, depend upon
It. the cause of the difficulty in kidney
trmi tile, and the first step should be to
wards the treatment of these important
organs. Tlii unpleasant trouble is dun
to a diseased condition of the kidneys
and bladder, and hot to a habit, as most
people suppose. '
II the adult has rheumatism; pain or
dull ache in the back ; if tha Water pass
es in irregular quantities; or at Irregular
intervals or has a Daa otior ; u it stains
the linen or vessel the color of rust; if
the feet swell ; if there are puffy or dark
circles under the eyes: your kidneys are
the cause and need doctoring. Treat
ment of some diseases may be delayed
without danger, not so with kidney
Dr. Kilmer s Swsmp-Root, tne great
kidney, liver and bladder remedy,
promptly cures the moat distressing
cases., lis mild anu rxtraoruinary Bi
tot ia soon realized. Sold by drnggists
in fifty-cent and dollsr sizes. You may
have a sample bottle and pamphlet tell
ing all about it sent free by mail. Ad
dress Dr. Kilmer A Co., Binghampton,
N. Y. When writing mention that you
read this generous oiler in the Oregon
California Ranch to Exchange for
an Oregon Ranch 100 acres, fine level
rich land, fenced anu tin proved, goon
house and buildings, fine; water, wind
milt tank, piped over place, r ine fami
ly orclrard. and vineyard, all docked
and machinery of all kinds, three miles
from postoiltte ami six miles from
county seat (Madera) of Madera county,
California, on two lines of ral'road, 180
miles from Sin Francisco,' 80 miles
aouth of Stockton: three milea from
riv .r. This p'ace d.x a not need incit
ing hut cn be If dfsired as ditch run
all around it and watnr rale $1 per a re
each yer. I'ri.ie $7,000. wants a good
rano in Oregon and will exchange
stuck and machinery altii. A Idrest.
I,. A. STKI'IIKXS i.H,
Adams Wharf, Oakland, Cal.
There are three great reme
dies that every person with
weak lungs, or with consump
tion itself, should understand.
, These remedies will cure
about every case in its first
stages ; and many of those
more advanced. It is only
the most advanced that are
hooeless. Even these are
wonderfully relieved and life
itself greatly prolonged.
,,. What are these remedies ?
, Fresh air, proper fpod and
of Cod-Liver Oil vsitk Hvpo
phosphites. Be afraid of
draughts but not of fresh air.
Eat nutritious food and drink
plenty of milk. Do not forget
that Scott's Emulsion is the
oldest, the most thoroughly
tested and the highest en
dorsed of all remedies for
weak throats, weak lungs and
consumption in all its stages.
toe. and $i oo all druggists.
SCOTT & BOWNB, Chemists, New York.
0". .A.. ROAZB
Opp.Charmau's S'.ore, OUEGON CITY
Special Attention Given to all kinds of
Is unknown unlaaa avery'btng connected with the
bath tub Is In oarleot onlar.
The Plumbing dona bv ns Is thoroughly satisfac
tory beoause It Is dona rtght. . .
F. C. GADKE
Insure in a first-class companies
With an experenced agent.
F. E. Donaldson, Agent
fire and Acoldent Insurants
I have just received a fine lot of new
furniture, which I am offering at surpris
ingly low figures. 1 got it at a bargain
mat now i can sen iv ai men prices,
la Second-Hand Qoods ,
I have stoves, cooking utensils, carpets,
bedding, furniture In fact any ana ev
erything you want for housekeeping.
I will Buy Anything
You have to sell and pay you tbe high
est price. Call and see me.
a. H. YOUNO,
Main Stbist - - Obiqon Cnr
Noblitt Livery and Sale Stable
OREGON CITY, OREGON,
0a tne 8triet between the Bridge and the
Doubls and slngla-rtg s and saddla horsas a
wajs on nana at tha Iowa
also connected with tha t
at tna lowast ratss, ana aoorra
barn tor loos stool
auy Information retarding any kind ot stock
auui(iuT ancnaao to ny tanar or parson.,
HOHSF.S not 'OUT OR BOLD.
Shall we sfofo
tell you A t
' W. II. YOUNG'S :
Livery & Feed Stable
Has the best-looking rigs
and cheapest rates in the
city. , . ...-
Cor. Main and 4th Gt.
OREGON CITY. OREGON