1-Phtronize Our Home Industri6s The prosperous community is the one that within itself, most supplies its own people in their various needs, and by selling much and buying little, keeps its money from going abroad. Our farmers and manufacturers would oach havo a hotter market for their products, if our people would oncourago our local manufacturers by giving preference to their products over thoso importod from other places. Wore such the practice, it would not bo long until Clackamas county would 09 one of tho greatost industrial centers on this Coast. 31 IETI3USTRIAI, DIRECTORY FOR CLACItAIVIAS COUNTY. ttF'U there are other industrial estab lishnients in Clackamas county not given in this directory, their card will be inserted free of charge on receipt of copy. WILLAMETTE PULP A PAPER CO- N. R. Lang, Superintendent, News Paper and Sulphite Pulp. GEORGE BROUGHTOX, Rough and Dressed Lumber. Sawmill, Main and 16th Sts PORTLAND FLOURING MILLS CO., F. S. Kelly, Superintendent for Oregon City Flouring Mills. Flour and Feed. CAPEX SHOE COMPAXY, E. Capen, Pres. X. M. Moody, Secy. Standard Oregon Shoes. Willamette Falls. OREGON CITY MANUFACTURING COMPANY, Ralph Jacobs, Pres. E. 0. Jacobs, Secy Cassiniere, Flannels, Blankets and Socks. C. A. WILLEY, Harness, Saddles and Shoes. Seventh street, near depot J. J. & V. II. X0YES, Plain and Ornamental Baskets made from Oregon Ash. Factory in Bolton Addition F. D. ANTRIM, Axe, Sledge, Pick, etc., Handles From Selected Oregon Ouk. LOGAN FLOURING MILLS, Fischer Bros., Proprietors. Flour and Feeti ABERNETIIY SAWMILL, J. H. Jones, Proprietor. JCough and Dressed Lumber. Mill. 2 miles from Oregon City, OREGON CITY MANUFACTURING COMPANY, Ralph Jacobs, Pres. C. G. Jacobs, Secy Fine Toilet and Washing Soaps. JOSEPH MEIXDL, Hazel Shavings for Clarifying Beer. Factory on the Abernethy, 2 miles from Citv. Oregon JOHN BARTNIK, Hand Spinning Wheels for Wool. Desks, Tables, etc., made to order. Shop on Clackamas, $ mile above Park place. JOHN A THEO. TELLESON, Handles of All Kinds From Selected Oregon Oak. Factory at Logan. OREGON CITY IRON WORKS, James Roake A Co. Machine and Foundry Work. Fourth and Water Streets. GLADSTONE GREENHOUSE, Wilkinson Bros., Proprietors. y Cut Flowers, Bulbs, Flower Plants and V. Roses. MILWAUKEE CARDING MILL, J. G. Bonnett, Proprietor. Wool Carding of All Kinds DEEP CREEK FLOUR MILL, E. II. Burghardt, Proprietor. Flour and Feed MILLOVIA SAWMILL, as. it Robt. Miller, Proprietors. Cedar and Fir Lumber. PARK PLACE TANNERY, Fairchild k Irish, Proprietors. hoe and Sole Leather. Work done on sham Orjiamenti.1 Rug made- from Angora Goat and other Skins. JAMES WHETSTONE, Plain and Ornamental Baskets. Factory at Park place. 'ARKPLACE STETAM LAUNDRY, Sisters Good Shepherd. Props. Laundry Work of All Kind. CROWN PAPER COMPANY, W. P. Hawley, Superintendent. Wrapping, Fruit and Bag Paper. Sulf-hite and Mechanical Pulp. SANDY SAWMILL, J. II. Wewer, Proprietor. Rough and Dreswd Lnrnber. BARLOW CREAMERY, Barlow Creamery Ass'n, Props. Fine Creamery Butter. NEEDY TANNERY, R. W. Zimmerman, Proprietor. Harness, hang and Skirting Leather UNION FLOUR MILLS, G. J. Trullinger, Proprietor. Flour and Feci WILLAMETTE FALLS SAWMILL, Charles Moehnke, Proprietor. Rough and Dressed Lumber MULINO ROLLER MILLS, C. T. Howard, Proprietor. Flour and Feed ADKINS BROS., Rough and Dressed Lumber. Sawmill 3.J miles east of Canby BROETJE'S NURSERY AND GREEN HOUSE. J. F. Broetje it Son, Proprietors. Nursery Stock, Flower Plants and Bulbs Cut Flowers. vounnev, on i-.asi Pine luectric l.ino NEEDY CREAMERY AND APIARY D. J. Kaufman, Proprietor. Gilt-Edged Butter and Clover Honey. NEEDY SAWMILL, J. A. Yoder, Proprietor. Rough and Dressed LnmlxT OSWEGO NURSERY, Walling A Jar inch, Proprietors. rui and Ornamental Trees, Shrubbery and FlowerB. MARQUAM SAWMILL, Morlemon it Hanson, Proprietors. Rough and Dressed Lumber 0. II. BESTOW A CO., Satdi, Doors, Moulding, tc. Mill Work All Kinds. Main and Eleventh Sts. OREGON CITY ICK WORKS, Ja. Lovett, Proprietor. Artificial Ice and Cold Storage. OI!TLAND GENERAL ELECTMC COMPANY, F. Morey,. Pres. H. W. Goode, Mgr. Electric Light, Power and Heat. AIMS SAWMILL, E. II. Bramhall, Proprietor. Cedar and ir Lumber. OREGON CITY CIGAR FACTORY, Frederick Cramer, I'rop, Fine Cigars. Factory in Bolton. LINDSEY A SONS, Rough and Dressed Lumber. 4 miles from Oregon City, Molalla road. OREGON CITY LABOR EXCHANGE, Crushed Itock for Concrete Work A. J . . Kellogg, Mgr. SANDY CREAMERY, J. N. Foster, Fine Creamery Butter. GEORGE SAUM, 7 miles northwest of Stafford. Rwigh and Dressed Lumber. Feed Mill. STAFFORD FEED MILL, John Sehieve. Feed of All Kinds. )isaasxsJ3ssisxx2i2iS3X2 kxxxxxxx H. II. WHEELER, Rough and Dressed Lumber. Mill 3 miles east of Canby BUCKS' KR CREEK SHINGLE MILL ' J. II. Evans, Proprietor. Mill 11 miles east of Oregon City, J. K. MILLER, Sawmill and Feed Mill. Address, Needy MULINO SAWMILL, MeCord UroR., Proprietors. Rough ami Dressed Luniler. SANDY FLOUR MILL, F. A. Meinig, Proprietor. Flour and Feed. MILWAUKEE POTTERY WORKS, Clias. Fischer, Proprietor. Enameled Brick, Vases, Flower Pots, etc. FRANK FOX, Rough and Dressed LiiiiiIkt. Sawmill 4 miles southeast of Molalla ABERNETIIY BRICK YARD, J. B. E. Jones, Proprietor. Yard 1) miles from Oregon City. AURORA SAWMILL, Cole A Sons, Proprietor. Rough and Dressed LiiiiiImt. NEW ERA FLOUR MILL, J. Soevick, Proprietor. Flour and Feed. B. F. LINN, Rough and Dressed LuiiiImt. Sawmill on Alternethy, 7 miles from Oregon City. 1 BEESON A SONS, Rough and Dressed Lumber, Sawmill on Abernethy, JO ii,.s fr, Oregon City. IIENRICI BROS., Feed Mill. I!, aver Creek. ELYVILLE FEED MILL, J. A. Thayer, Manager HENRY Feed Mill. KLEINSMITH. Springwater. SPRINGWATER SUVMILL, J. N. Liverrnore. Proprietor. Rough and Dressed LuiiiIxt. )OUGLAS, SIEFEIUt KEE, Rough and Dressed Lumber. Sawmill 2 miles east of Clackamas. UCIIARI) HILLIARY, Rough and Dressrd Lumber. Siiwmile J mile west of Damascus. J. B. JOHNSON, Rough ami Dressed Lumber. Mill 3 miles from Damascus. OREGON CITY BRICK YARD, W. P. Poyser, Proprietor, mile from court house. Foot of Moss Hill VIOLA FLOUR MILL, David Zurcher, Proprietor. Flour and Feed. FRED MOEHNKE, Rough and Dressed Lumber. Sawmill on Abernethy 10 miles from Oregon City. J. H. MARTIN A SONS, Rough and Dressed Lumber. Sawmill on Abernethy, 8 miles Oregon City. from GLADSTONE SAWMILL CO., II. E. Cross, Manager. Rough and Dressed Lumber. MULINO SHINGLE MILL, Jesse A Hurias, Proprietors. Kino Ceilar Shingles. STURGLS BROS.. Rough and Dressed Lumber. Sawmill 2 miles south of Molalla. HERMANN BROS Rough and Dressed Lumlsr, Sawmill 2 miles southeast of Molalla. JOHN EVERHART, Feed Mill. 3 miles south of Molalla. ISAAC MILLER, Rough and Dressed Lumber, Brick and Tilo. Mill and works 2 miles east of Hubbard. OSWEGO IRON AND STEEL CO.. W.M.Ludd, Pres. J.Frank Watson, Sec. I ig Iron and Water Pipe. Furnace, and Pipe Foundry at Oswego. .GUIS TOEDLEMEIR, Feed Mill and Plow Share Grinder, Mill in tho Kruse neighborhood. CAST SIDE RAILWAY CO.. Duilders of Electric Cars. Shops at Milwaukio. WIRADER BROS., Feed Mill and Plow Share Grinding. 1J miles southwest of Stafford. A. J. SAWTELL, G rower and Dealer in Teasels, Molalla, Oregon. WIDE TIRE EENEFITS. Thejr Not Only Improve the Road, bat the Load It More Eatily Drawn. The beneficial effect of the wide tire on dirt roads is strikingly shown in gome recent tests at the Missouri agri cultural experiment station at Colum bia. A clay road badly cut into ruts by the narrow tires was selected for the test as presenting conditions least favorable to the broad tire. A number of tests of the draft of the narrow tire were made in these open ruts and im mediately followed by the broad tires rnuning in the same ruts. The first run of tho broad tire over the narrow tire most impassable fur light vehicles aud pleasure carriages, after running the (J inch tires over this road 12 times the rats were coniplctley tilled aud a first class bicycle path made. A careful rec ord of the drafts shows that the draft was materially Uss than with the Mar row tires immediately before. Thus the road would have been gradually im proved by the use of the broad tires at the same time that the farmer would have been able to transport his products over the road with greatly rtduced draft Steel Komdway. Secretary Wilson has given directions to General Boy Stone, chief of the ruts was accompanied by an increased ! bureau of gt.cC cads at the department draft, tbo second by a draft materially ! of agriculture, to construct a sample steel Jess than the original narrow tire, the third by a still greater decline, and in the fourth trip the rut was practically obliterated and filled. The narrow tires were then run over the same road, witb the results that the draft was lighter than before the broad tires bad been used. Alternating the broad and narrow tires oil this road for a number of times resulted in a gradually decreased draft In other words, the broad tires were improving the road surface to such an extent when run but half the time as to make the draft considerably less for all vehicles. This clearly demonstrates that if even half tho wugous used on dirt roads Lad bioad tires the results would be beneficial in draft and enormously beneficial in bettering the condition of She roads. In another trial, when a clay road was so badly cut into ruts as to be al- roadway at the most convenient loca tion he can find at the Kashville expo sition, where it may be seen and studied by the visitors who will attend the ex position during the summer. Secretary Wilson thinks the steel trackway for wagons is the easiest solution of the good roads probVm, particularly in tho west, where stone and gravel are scarce, and the soil is deep and sticky. FOR CLATSKANIE (joino; rast? IF YOU ARE. DO NOT FORGET Three Important Points Improved lioadi For BI iiaiMlppL Mississippi now has a road law, which, if properly carried into effect, and if kept in effect for a material length of time, will probably give the state a system of public roads superior to any that it has ever had and perhaps superior (o that of a majority of the southern states. Mobile Register. That Iiatn Bark can be rurrd with Dr. Miles' KkUVJi I'LABXEIL Oulj Jttc. Steamer 6. W. Shaver, LEAVES Portland foot of Washington street Tues day, Thursday and Sunday evenings at 5 o'clock Returning, leaves Clatskanie Monday, Wednesday and Friday even ings at 5 o'clock. Will pass Oak Point about 7; Stella 7:15; Mayger 7:25; Rainier8:20; Kalama9:15; St. Helens 10:.T0. Arrive in Portland 1 :30 a. in. This is the nearest and most direct route to the great Nehalem valley. Shaver Transportation Co. FIRST Go via St. Paul because the lines to that point will afford you tno very best service. SECOND See that tho coupon beyond St. Paul reads via the Wis consin Central because that line makes close connections with all the trans-continental linos entering the Union Depot there, and its ner vice is first-class in every particular. THIRD For information, call on your neighbor and friend the nearest ticket agent and ask for a ticket reading via tho Wisconsin Central lines, or address Jas. C. Tonti, or (ir.n. 8. Batty, Opii. Pas. Agf.. General Agnnt, Milwaukee, Wis 21(1 Stark rit., Portland. Or. QREGON CITY IRON WORKS New and Enlarged Shop with all appliances for MACHINE WORK & CASTING All work executed in tho best manner possible. teed on all orders. Promptness guaran- REPAIRING - A. - SPECIALTY. Prices tho lowest to bo had in Portland. Shop on Four th Street '"; near Main, Oregon City, Oregon. J. ROAKE & CO.