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UKKUOft CITY Ofr'li'KIlM,
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C.i.iiinll inc'tn llrt Wtxliirmluy ut eurli
in. mill in oily linll.
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CHAT ABOUT TOWN.
lUyti yon trli-.l it ym? If ytu Imv'nt
V't h txjttln without .l.iliiy, Oriimn
K. H. William, tliu uroeur,
Tomul.x-H. 4 emm L'fiu. 20 ll l'i'"t dry
urnmilutm! miunr. II. Arbiicklxi or Lion
coir.'H lHo, 0 llm Arm A Hammer umlit
"5c. Kki Fhunt Thaihnu Co.
Tun bin liiMiramro couipaiili'ft
F. K. INAI,l)lt()N.
The wcoml .iurt-riy im-tUinii (or thin
churn.) o( tlio M . K. church will ho hul.l
next Sunday and Monday. Dr. John
I'srnoiK will Imi printout and prt'Ht-li
ntxl Hun. lay even Inn.
Inauranc that inur
F, K. Donai.ub'.in.
The poil of Cl kami county by
County Kchool rtuHirintiindonl HUrk
weallmr, rotator, have Hind a tilion In
thf c.rcult court praying (or a rctntory
writ ol inanilamua, commanding the
county couit to raise the achool .levy to
the amount required by law. V. It,
Hyde la attorney (or lantiir.
Free lneurance blotter
F. K. Do.sai.oiion.
The tUtement made many year k
that "man cannot live by brea I alone"
i aa Irue aa It ever wa he muni have a
nice Juicy ateak or a roantof meat to go
with it. Mi-hard l'elold lalway ready
to (urnlidi hi customer w ith the Ixml of
renli and Niuoked moat at either hi
Main or Seventh at met market.
Heat Iniiuiance companies
F. K. Donai.dvon.
The Oregon City Iron Work ha Just
completed tho cabling of a huue ateain
hammer to Ihj uaud III their blackmnllh
ahop It will weigh loine 4000 pound
ami U the largeal outinn ever turned
out in the elate. Thl i only a sample
o( what can lx) done at the iron work
liere. Mr. Koake la prepared to make
anything in hi line, large or small, and
it ri(inlilit rliM.
Largest insurance busimw
F. K. DoNAUbSON.
CTii rom, IV, HcruM; Kirliurd Yen no I
livrttf Ono M inula Cutijli Curo (he
litillatMl tklttM if llllllilMi UilllIH. lilt
ld ua tliot it cunui hi whulu family of
...ILL ..ML.hs urt.l n.tLI. alius at 1 1 i.ll.us
i railed cure had (ailed entirely. Mr.
through a very bud siege of meaMcl.
One Minnie Cough Cure make expecto
ration very easy and rapid, C. U.
Leading insurance aifency
F. K. Donai.dhos.
Dr. John l'aritoim will li tur at the
Methodist church this (Friday) evening
ou the "Uenerul Conference at Cleve
land." This lecture will prove of inter
est to all those who wish to know some
thing of it church government; the law
making body I the Uetieral Conference,
which meet every four year and Is
C'OiiiOMed of ministerial and lay dele
gate. Dr. Parson whs a delegate to
the last session of tho conference ut
Cleveland and hi subject will be of great
interest. Tho lecture I free but a col
lection will bo taken.
Reliable fire insurance
F. K. Donaldson.
"A if a brick were lying In my
etouiuch" is the description by a dyspep
tic of hi feeling uftet eating.
This is one of the commonest Bym
totii of indigestion. If you have it,
take Shaker Digea'ivo Cordial.
Not only thl symptom, but all the
symptoms of indegestion aro cured by
Bliuker Digestive Cordial.
So many medicines to cure this one
disorder. Only one that can be called
euccdSHful, bocause only one that acta In
a simple, natural, and yet scientific way.
Shaker Digestive Cordial.
i'urely vegetable, and containing no
dangerous ingredient, Shuker Digestive
Cordial tones up, strengthens and re
stores to health all the digestive organs.
Sold by druggists, price 10 cents to f 1
We can afford to have
you try all five flavors one
after another of Schilling's
Best tea, and get your
money back if you don't
i Your tea-iraae ior tne
ivf tfr rfrc ic wnrfh
1 111 V IIIK
A SchlllltiK ft Compiny
MADE (1(101) M.'OKKS.
Ili'Kiilnr Weekly . Mndliiir of the
i"' II mllii (Inli.
llm meeting of the Ladle Howling
Club was well attended this wek and
nuicli ciitliiixlitxin manifested In the
game. Kiuuaikuhle Improvement ha
been inu.le in howling this year a will
be readily seen from a comparison of
the Ni'.ires made thi year with those of
lust KeiiHou. Following are the score
uia.hi y the several contestants:
M !M Mi T'l
Mini Caiiipls-ll HI II 1 m Ml
Mm. Chirk IA 1:1 '24 III mi
Mrs. Chsiiey... 17 1,1 17 7fl
Mrs. H.ilH. k 12 l.'l 12 1,1- M
Mim Nor Conycrs i III ,'12 W-Wi
Mix Mun-y H in 22 IN- til
Mrs. I.Kioiirstltt IS Ti l 7."
Mix Ciclirsii 12 :i!( 'B 21 loo
Mrs. Il.inlliy 13 ,1 i) 20- M
Miss Ai'kr-riiian II 12 HI 22 (II
Mrs. rrntl It 21 22 IU 7l
Mrs. Hlrlckli-r IH II H IK - Ml
M Amy Kelly 11 It- V,
(Irsncl Uilal ....
hi 2i- m
20 20- W
Miss III I)
Miss II ik iiiu n .
Mrs. 1 1 .1 in n it H
Miss Nsii t'ls.'lirail
Miss Mot'arvvr. . , ,
2H 21- U1
2 21 Vi
HI 22- M3
HI I! K1
HI 21- 74
17 Z- 40
Miss 1'ilsljury 17
MISS I II SMI , .
Miss Mlii Kelly 1.1
Grand total 1!(7 1W 225
At the leular quarterly teacher ex
amination held this week. Ki)erintnd
ent Ftarkwvathor granted the following
A. It. Dimi. k, Needy, Or.
Minnie Walker, Viola; Helen New,
Cortland; Hrenton Vedder, Monitor;
Kdgar Steven, Canbyj Franci M.
(Jill, Itusscllvllle; Maud Hastall,
Molalla; Mattle Godfrey, Oregon City;
F,va .Miller, Oregon City;Iva Hodge,
Till HI) UKAHt.
Corvau Fisber, Canhy ; (ieo. Hampton,
Cnby; Msrtln Messenger, Heaver
Creek; Adstn B. Herman, Heaver
Creek; Albert Knight, Cauby ; Minnie
Durrell.Wllholt; Maud Cochran, Needy;
Jessie Currin, Currinsville; T, K. Mur
dock, Viola; Mintie Ulrdsull, Kelso;
KolH-rtCoe, Canhy; Winifred Dauchy,
I'arkpUce; Caroline Swale, I'ortland;
S. Lake Canto, Csrus.
There were 3H applicant, 24 of whom
were successful and four of whom failed.
A (iraii.linotlier's Tea I'arly.
Last Fiiday afternoon Mis Florence
Morey entertained a number of her
friend at a "(randuiuther' Tea" at
the palatial residence of Mr. and Mrs,
I. F. Morey. The guests apeared in
costume worn by our grandmothers of
twenty to fifty year go. The decora
(Ion were Jonquil and daffodils, mak
ing tho elfcct very pleasing under the
glare of Ihe electric lights, the house
having been darkened for the occasion
Tiie table were decorated with violet
and sleplianotis. The piin. ipal amuse
ment consisted in guessing the article
advertised from the pictorial advertise,
luents cut from magaxinca and pinr.ed
upon the poitiere.
Fire ut Viola.
The building occupied by Dr. Krtin,
of Viola, a a drug store, postoflice and
dwelling, caught Hie about 8 o'clock
Wednesday and burned to the ground
The household goods were all destroyed
hut they managed to save a few of tho
drug and all of the mail and tixturea of
the poslolllce. The loss was 1.500, w ith
Hiijinsnrauce of $750. Dr. Kartin wa in
the city Thursday and said he expected
to rebuild in the near future. The (ire
originated from a defective flue.
"Hie Old (lock on the Stairs."
levers of high grade music have been
on tho qui vive ever since the first an
nouncement of this urand musical con
ceit was mnde. That it is under the di-
lection of Mrs. K. K. Williams is siilll-
clent guarantee of a first-class entertain
inent, but assurance is made doubly sure
by the list of talent assisting as shown
by the appended program :
1(a) "Oreellnu lo Spring".... C. D. Wilson
1(b) "The Hri.lgs" I.hulsey
Treble Clef Quartette.
"Good-bye Sweet Dav" Kate Vannah
W. II. liurgliar.lt.
"Hunpnrian lthapso.lle, No. 2" I.Uzt
M illMAfl l.lllil mil ul tin 1 In. ar
"0 Won.lrotis Youlli." (Violin Obligato
Dy miss maitie nratier) Aot
Mrs. (1. li. llavoa
"Invitation to Dance" Weber
)(r) "The Old Oaksn Huckef'.K. W. Root
1(b) "Jack and Jill" C. R. Ford
Tnilllu tlr nilrl..llm
Violin Solo "Bcene do llallet, Kantasle"
un. Ue llertot
Prof Anton Zilm. nf I'nriliiiul
Cantata "The Old Clock on the Htairs'''.'.!
Shively's opera house, Friday, Febru
ary 20. Kesorved seats, 50 cents ; gen
eral admission, 35 cents. Tickets for
sale at C. U. Huntley's.
In Justice ScheubcPs Court.
In Justice Schonbol's court last Satur
day the Giles Mercantile Agency ys
Frank and Mamie Doorman, action on
an account, was tried before a jury, who
rendered a verdict against the defendant
Frank I'eorinan alone. Geo. W, Swope
and John W. Lodor appeared for the
plnintilT and J . U. Campbell (or the de
fendant. Monday afternoon the State of Oregon
vs Teter Younger, for indecent exposure
was tried and defendant bound over in
the sum of (150 to appear before the
grand Jury, He furnished ball with his
father and mother a sureties. The
state wa represented L. L, I'orter and
tho defendant by J U. Campbell.
Monday morning Henry Hmathers
plead guilty to assault and battery on
Iwtael Shank, and was fined 5 In de
fault of which he went to Jail for a couple
The following case have been filed
during the week:
C. A. McMillan vs.TI'cma and Emily
Iliuke; action on account; trial net (or
Saturday, the 20 Inst. H F, and Geo W.
Swops attorney (or plaintiff.
Henry Hmathers v. Isaac Farr. et al;
action on account; set (or Tuesday, the
23d, (I. II. Diiulck (or plaintiff and II.
K Cross fur defendant.
(ieo. I.uznlle vs. Frank Ueise ; action
onnote;et for Wednesday, the 24th,
C. I), and D. C. Latourette for the plain-
Mary L. Ilradley vs. J. 8. Ilirdsall and
K. (J. Maddock; action on note; aot for
Friday, the 2iiLh, J. U. Campbell (or
The will of Asa Sanders, the Molalla
farmer, who died on the 14th Inst , has
lx;en filed lor probate in the county
court. The estate consists of real prop
erty of the value of $8000, and personal
property worth 12200, of which 11800 Is
lo money, notes and account. The will
make the widow, Abbey L. Sander,
executrix, without bond, and letter
were Issued accordingly. The will was
executed December 7, 180, and be
queathed an undivided one-half of the
entire estate to the widow, to be accepted
in lieu of dower In the remaining moiety
of the real estate, and the two daughters
Mrs. C. T. Howard and Mrs. Ida Mulli
gan, are to share the remainder of the
proerty, share and share alike. Two
siator of the deceased were to have the
proceed of $1000o loni a they should
live or remain unmarried, but they have
since become disqualified to share in the
estate. All the proerty Is locate! at
Final settlement of the Phillip Moore
estate wa continued until the
Flora 1'illister wa appointed adminis
trator of the estate of Charles T. Fillis
ter. ProKrty valuations are as follows:
Heal estate, f 1000; (our horses, $90, two
cows, $30; (arniimi utensil, $00. The
heir are Joseph, aged 18; Nettie, 15;
Theodore, 12; William, 9; and Edward,
Ward A. Lawton was appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of Ambroses,
lawton, on the 10th Inst.
The petition of L. B. Reed, was dis
missed and the bondofj.il. Reed, as
administrator of tho Mary Reed estate
The following i the list of letters re
maining in the OHtotlice at Oregon City,
Oregon, on February 17,1897:
Albright. Miss Ilird Kirk, Mr. J
Aitkfin, Mrs J Kanhooen, Mrs A
lirouse, Miss Iina Thomas, Mrs Laura
Denglor, Andrew Mitchell, Fred
I (overtoil, J M O Dill, Matt
Kiikbouse, Joe Oregon licet Sugar Co
Kraser, Win Price, Jacob
Forsyth, Noel Hholz, Adolpli
Forsythe, Hdgar 8chini.lt, O I
Horner, Alex Thessen, 11 A
Kupter, M Weiss. Fran
Mack, FA Wilson, Geo
K called for state when advertised.
S. R. Grkkn, T. M.
Electric Hotel Arrival.
JasI Hooper, "
J B Henningr, Portland
CI1 Cramwell, "
M Raphael, "
Ell Fellows, Highland
Hiram Fellows "
D N Trnllinger, Astoria
W It Litt, San Francisco
Geo A Houck, Monroe
E E Wilson, Corvallis
Clyde Evans, Canby
Capt Apperson, Park place
Geo W Whitney, Hubbard
E Allen, Portland
Geo J Jackson "
Capt A J Spong "
Julius Fisher, Silverton
II J Hastall, Molalla
C E Kamsby "
G W Hayes, Chicago
J K Schomaker "
Media Lawler, Needy
Emmett Lawler "
Elsie White. Dayton
J O Roth, Vancouver
Cho Drew, Canby
D Nash, Halsey
J A Wait, Tortland
The members of the Oregon City Fire
department are preparing to eive a
grand ball at Weinhard's hall on the
evening of Washinton'B birthday, Feb
ruary 22. A flrstclass orchestra will be
employed and every effort made to make
this one of the most enjoyable dances
ever held in Oregon City. The proceeds
will go into tbe fund with which to
defray the expenses of tlie Oregon City
team at Tbe Dalles tournament.
Sewing Machine For $20.
High grado sewing machines, that will
do as good work as aa any that are on
the market, will be sold for the next
(our weeks (or from $14 to $20 by O.
Cheney, at Cheney's art gallery.
Celebrate I (or its great leavening
strength and hcathfulnes. Assures the
food against alum and all forms of adul
teration common to the cheap brand.
Royal Bakiko I'owukk Co., New York
W. 8, Hurst, ol Aurora, wa in the
Edward Sharp, of Stafford, wa in the
city last Tuesday.
Dr. C. B. Smith, of Eagle Creek, wa
in town Thursday.
Paul Meinig, supervisor o( Bandy, was
in the city Tuesday.
Mis Cornelia McCown caine down
from Salem Tuesday.
Charle Thompson, of Stafford, was in
town during the week.
Silas Howard, the Salem house mover,
was In the city Monday.
Miss Pearl Meldrura is confined to
her liome with tonsilitis.
Charle White, sr., of Aurora, was an
Oregon City visitor Tuesla'y.
John Burgoyne, of New Era, was an
Oregon City visitor Saturday.
Richard Morton, of Damascus, visited
Oregon City the flret of the week,
N. J. Hardesty, constable of Molalla
precinct, was in the city Monday.
Rev. Giltnan Parker Is in Baker City
conducting evangelistic services.
William Johnson, ol Clackamas,' tran
sacted business in the city TuesJay.
Judge Tho. A. McBride is afllicted
with tbe prevailing malady, la grippe.
Mrs. II. B. Holland returned to her
home in Salem Wednesday morning.
Dr. Willis B. Morse, of Salem, wa in
thecity Monday on professional business.
Will Upton, of Portland, is in the city
on a visit to his auut, Mrs. C. D. Latour
ette. Postmaster Green is suffering (rom an
attack of la grippe and is confined to his
Rev. J. M. Dick, of Hubbard, was in
the city Thursday, the guest of Dr.
Mr. J. V. Thomas, of Albany, is visit
ing relatives and friends in this city and
Mrs. W. II. Dolman, of St. Helens
was an Oregon City visitor Monday and
Charles West, ol Portland is visiting
at the home ol his aunt, Mrs. Fannie
F.T. Griffith, the attorney, went to
Albany on the Roseburg local, Thurs
Charles Scott, of the Woodburn flour
mills, was in the city on business the
first of the week.
Tommy Cowing came down from Slem
Tuesday morning for a short visit and
returned in the evening.
Major Thomas Charman was able to
go down to his store Tuesday afternoon
for the' first time since the middle of
Charles Meserve, of thin city was
called to Delena, Columbia county, last
Friday to be with his mother, who is
very 111 at that place.
Mis. W. W. Mars and her niece Miss
Krant, returned (rom Scappose, Wash.,
Thursday, where they had been on a
visit to Mrs. Mars' mother.
W. 8. Hayes, who left last month to
reside in Woodburn, has returned to Ore
gon City and resumed his old position
as clerk in the Electric hotel.
George M. McBride, who has been
at home (or ths past three weeks left
Thursday (or Warrentown, where he is
employed by the Astoria-Goble R. R.
W. F. Hubbard, superintendent of the
United States salmon hatchery on the
Clackamas, was in the citv Tuesday
looking every inch a soldier in his new
uniform prescribed by the government
for his department.
Mrs. C. F. Martin, of Oregon City,
proprietor of a racket store in that place,
was in Salem yesterday. She returned
home by the 2:20 train, accompanied by
her daughter, Miss Gertie Martin, who
has attended school in this city for the
post four months. Statesman.
E. E. Charman received bv mail
Tuesday a tine nugget from W. L. Beck
ner of this city, who is developing a
mine which he recently located in the
Blue River district, The nugget is a
large, handsome one and contains more
or less golden dollars. The nickinot ud
of a few of them about the mines would
tempt almost anyone to try his hand
with the fickle goddess.
Captain Jack Spong, of the Oregon
City Transportation Company's steamer
Ramona, ha been in the city during Ihe
week. Bince the breaking of the shall
in the Altona, he ha been enjoying
yscalion. Both bout will be running
again in a couple of week.
Y. M. C. A. NOTES.
Tiling for young men to do: Attend
the concert in Shiyely's on Friday even
ing, February 20ih; talk it up among
your Iriend and get them to attend;
get a new member this month; Come to
the men's meeting on Sunday at 4 p. in. ;
tell the secretary how much you are
willing to give fur a new building.
Twenty young men take regular, sys
tematic exercise in the gymnasium, as
many more take spasmodic exercise, and
several more take no exercise. If a
prophecy were ventured regarding the
future of these young men, it would be
this: The young men who take regular
body-building exercise, will live longer,
be more successful, more respected and
worth more to the community, than an
even number of any other class.
There can be no advertisement equal
to a conspicuous building known as the
property and home of the Young Men's
Christian Association ; no stranger will
ask in vain to be directed to it, and no
young man seeking a friendly resort need
fail to find its door. It is a perpetual
educator of the people regarding the
extent and importance of the work. It
also stands as a witness to practical
Christian unity, and tbe love and care of
the churches (or young men.
Hon. II . W. Ladd, governor of Rhode
Island once said, " To the Young
Men's Christian Association, commerce
is indebted (or hundreds, thousand and
tens of thousands of conscientious youths
now serving in it ranks. These will be
reliable and trusted men of the future,
and they will be the better for being
members of the association. I have
great (aith in this great organization, (or
I have watched the results of it moral
and social influence, and I know them to
There is nothing that adds more to
the attractions of a bom9 than flowers.
Tbe flower-surrounded home is always
a happy one, (or cross tempers and the
"blues" are quickly dispelled by the
cherry (aces of the brignt flowers. At
the Gladstone greenhouse the finest col
lection of carnations ever grown in Ore
gon City is now ready for the market, as
well as that prince of flowers, tbe sweet
perfumed hyacinth which is potted and
ready to bloom. The primroses are also
in their perfection and in a vase make
a most pleasimr present to a friend.
Other standard flowering plants in stock.
Cut flowers tor sale. Prices reasonable.
Jas. Wilkinson, Jb.
For Toting Men and Young Women
There is nothing that will arouse tbe
ire of a young man or woman so quick as
to have inferior laundry work put off on
them. They may dress ever so well,
but if their shirt front or shirt waist is
mussy their neat appearance Is spoiled.
The Troy laundry makes a specialty of
ladies' and gentlemen's fine work.
There can be no better work than is
done at the Troy. Leave your orders at
Farnsworth's arber shop.
To The Public.
Having associated ourselves together
for the practice of medicine and surgery,
we will promptly answer professional
calls from city or country.
J. W. Norkis, M. D.
M. C. Strickland, A. M. M. D.
Office in Willamette block. 3-18
"My three children are all subject to
cioup; I telegraphed to San Francisco,
got a half a dozen bottle of S. B. Cough
Cure. It is a perfect remedy. God bless
you for it. Yours, etc., J. II. Crozier,
Grants Pass, Or." For sale by C. G.
The prince of palate pleasers. Blue
E. E. Wiluams, the grocer.
8T. PAUL'8 CHURCH - Episcopal - Kev.
J, pb D runs', Hector. Kaily eummuntou at
10a. ,.,.nd wmc ul 11 . in. auil 7. SO p. m.
Sunday tc-Uuol at 12:3.)a, m,
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHTJRCH.
Rev. J.W.Cowau Pastor. Services at 10:80 a.m.
and 7:30 r. a. Sunday School after morning
service. Prayer meeting l numisy evening at
7 30 o.cloek. Prayer meeting ot Young People's
Society ol Christian Endeavor every Sunday
evening at 8:30 prampt.
FIR8T BAPTIST CHURCH. Riv. M. L,
Reoo, Pastor Morning Service at 1":80; Sunday
School at UMi Evening Service 7:30: Regular
prayer meeting Ibursday evening. Monthly
Covenant Meeting every Wednesday evening
preceding the first Sunday la the month. A
cordial Invitation to all.
8T. JOHN'S CHURCH, CATHOLIC Rv. A.
Hili.ibband, Pastor. On Sunday mass at 8 and
10:30 a. a. Every second and fourth Sunday
German sermon after the 8 o'clock mass
At all other masses kuirllsh sermons. SundaT
8chool at 'i:80 p. x. Vespers, apologetical
ubleois and Benediction at 7:30 p. u.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.-R-V.
. .-, , ,oiui , uiiiiu m v iw Hi, lu.tu;
Sunday School at 10:00. Class meeting after
morning service. Evening service at 7:80,
Epworth League meeting Sunday evening at
6:80; Prayer Meeting Thursday evening at 7:30.
strangers cordially In vited.
FIR8T PRESBYTERIAN CHCRCH.-Riv. A
J. Montgomery, Pastor. Services at 11 a.m. and
7:80 P. M, Sabbath School at 10 A. M. Young
People's Society of Christian Endeavor meets
every 8uuday evening at 6,30. Thursday
evening prayer meeting at 7:30. Seats free.
EVANGELICAL CHURCH GERMAN Rev.
Ertoh, Pastor; J. R. EhrkT Aaalntant.
Preaching services every Sunday at 11 A. M.
and 7:30 P. M. Sabbath school every Sunday at
10 A. M., Mr. Zimmerman Supt. Prayer Meeting
eyery Thursday evening
31'. To give satisfaction, muBt
( bo fresh and of first quality.
With my new and selected
stock I can please the most
And in cakes and pies I
p can give a quality not ex
celled in Oregon City. A
flrstclass baker and the
best of flour enables me to
make this guarantee.
Geo. F. Horton
The Grocer and Baker
Main Street, Opposite Postoflice.
J. B. NOE, Prop.
Warranted free from dis
eases and true to name.
Prices lower than ever before
offered in Clackamas county.
Freight pre-paid to any railroad
point in Clackamas county on
orders amounting to 110 and over.
J. L. WALDRON",
Late of New Era, '
JIJID 71 (ill KIXV3 99
THE D.E. ALLISON CO.
501-509 Front St., San
Consignments solicited. The
best of references given.
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
LOCATED BETWEEN THX BRIDGE AND
Double and Single Rigs, and sad
die horses always on hand at the
lowest prices. A corrall connected
with the barn for loose stock.
Information regarding any kind or
stock promptly attended to by person of
Horses Bought arid Sold.
Hones Boarded and Fed on reason
3 cans Good Luck milk $ 25
3 cans Oregon gooseberries .... 25
20 lbs. best granulated sugar. 100
15 lb. pail jelly 55
1 lb. Cereline health coffee ... 15
1 lb. broken Java coffee 15
1 sk. flour 115
1 lb. Battle Axe tobacco 25
0pp. Huntley's Drug Store,
All Kinds of Watches,
Clocks and Jewelry Repaired
FORTY YEARS EXPERIENCE IN
Ureat Britain and America.
Give me atrial.