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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1898.
1ATEST WAR NEWS
The following telegrama have just been
Western Union Co., Portland, April 21,
"Spain rejected McKinley's ultimatum
nd gave Minister Woodford his pass
ports." "North Atlantic eqnadren has started
for Cuba to block harbor.
John F. Jennings has gone down the
Columbia on a fishing tour.
Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Yonng spent last
8unday up the Abornethy.
Mrs. John Younger left Monday for
yisit to her old home In Iowa.
J. Evans, one of Canby's prominent
citisene, was in town Monday.
Henry Will, the Aurora hotel proprie
tor, was in Oregon City Monday.
James W. Shaw, of the Dallas woolen
mills, was in the city Wednesday.
. L. Thorpe, of the Evening Tele
gram, was in the City Wednesday.
Mrs. George KedJeway left Monday
or a visit with relatives in Canada.
Mrs. Elisabeth Hedges is very ill at
her home on Jefferson street in this city.
Mrs. Grace Holt, of Portland, is visit
ing her mother, Mrs. W. T. Whitlock.
J. S. Bisley, the biggeet farmer in the
Concord settlement, was in the City Wed
nesday. Mjbs Hattie Da via, of Clackamas, who
has been ill lor some times past, is con
raleecing. J. 8. Cook, a Salem uttoiney, was in
the City Monday on business before the
Mrs. A. Richards expects to leave the
last of next eek for a yisit to her old
home in Ohio.
Tilmon Herring, of San Francisco, has
accepted a position in Julius Schaartx's
Capt. L, J. Shannon, the well known
Indian war veteran, of Springwater, was
in town Saturday.
Miss Edna Tibbetts, of Poitland, is
making an extended visit to her sister,
Mrs. J. F. Jennings.
Miss Mary Gan?lpr retnrred Sunday
from a few days visit with Miss Ida Bar
rett on the A uernethy.
" Judge T. A. McBride and family ex
pect to move back to Oiegon City from
Astoria within a few weeks
Noah Heiple, one of Eagle Creek's
prominent citizens, wax in the City for
several days during the week.
Mrs. C. E. Nash and two children re
turned Wednesday frcm a two week's
visit with relatives at Mnlino.
Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Andrews and son,
Lyman, are home after sojourning for a
couple of months in Califoinia.
Emory Noble, who has been sojourn
ing near Wilsonville for a couple of
months past, is home on a visit.
Mrs. Si Mosber is recovering from the
effects of an operation performed a few
days ago at the Gladstone Hospital.
Mrs. T. J. Cleeton, wife of District At
torney Cleeton, of St. Helens, was visit
ing friends in the city daring the week.
Eli Deck, a well known Molalla boy,
who Ji as been in the emplov of the
IIIMaHlf ataala. silk tfaatu
Robinson's Pearl Barley
Nestles' Food ...
Malted Milk, Hospital,,.... 8
" " Large 1
' " Small
Grove's Chill Tonic
De Win's Early Risers....
Klne jVitrol, per pound . .
Epsom Salts, per pound..
Kuttneter. per pound .
Sewing Machine Oil
Empty Capsules per hundred
The Graphophone went 'to H. C. Carmack, Wno held the lucky number 1882.
G. Gs HUNTLEY 0riglnal Cut Bate DrugBi8t -
O.R.N. Co. at Starburk, Wash., for
some time past, la now a fireman at the
Crown paper mills,
Mr. W, C. Johnson was confined to
hla home with illness several days this
B. S. Belloray went up the valley on
a business trip Wednesday evening,
A. S. Dresser and O. B. Dimick will
speak at Canby Saturday evening.
Let everyone turn out.
Col. R. A. Miller went to McMinnville
Wednesday to be one of the judges in
the Inter-collegiate oratorical contest.
Mrs. Wheeler Church has been con
fined to the house for the last week by a
sovere attack of neuralgia.
Mrs. Ada Piggott spent several days
this week visiting Mrs. Thomas Tope
and Mrs. Franklin Griffith.
Mrs. J. U. McGregor and Mrs. H.
Talbot, of Portland, was visiting Mrs. J.
Howell at Canemah Thursday.
Mrs. Alec Thomas is visiting her
sister, Mrs. J. II. Strickler, during the.
absence of her husband in the East.
James Church and Will Lewthwaite
spent Tuesday at Fisher's Mill and re
turned home with eight doien fish be
Mrs. Hattie Day nee Willoughby, of
Pacific Grove, Calif., was visiting her
father and other relatives in the City
daring the week.
Frank Brown and family changed
their residence from Fourth and Rail
road streets Monday to the Roake House
near the foundry.
G. W. McCarver, of Portland, is vis
iting his mother, Mrs, Mary E. McCar
ver, and ite'S, Mrs. Chas. Babcock and
Miss Annita McCarver.
Attorney D. W. Smith has recovered
from his recent illness, and is officiating
aa Deputy Connty Clerk during the April
term of the circuit court.
Mrs. T. Maplethorpe and children
left Tuesday for a visit to Forest, Illi
nois. Mr. Maplethorpe is an employe of
the Capeu Shoe Compauy.
Grafton Cheney, who left a few weeks
ago for San Francisco, Cal., writes that
j he is woiking in a printing office and
getting $3 per day.
Since the pretty weather began Mrs.
W. M. Robinson lias been spending a
good deal of her time with her son out
at the "Electric Ranch."
Mrs. C U. Martyn, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. Howell, of Canemah,' Is
making her parents a short yisit before
going to her new home at Abhland, Or
egon John A. Price left on Monday for
Tygh Yallev, and expects to make East
ern Oregon bis home in the future. His
family will remain in Oregon City until
the close of the Schools.
A. D. Griffin, editor and proprietor of
the Portland New Age, one of the ablest
Negro newspapers published in America,
was in the city last Monday. Mr. Grif
fin married a daughter of the late Sena
tor Bruce, of Mississippi.
Jndge Ga'loway, accompanied by Mrs.
Galloway, went to Portland Tuesday, to
deliver an address on '"State and Pnhlic
Lands" at the Unitarian chapel as a
part of the Eliot Fraternity's Colonial
history course. Judge Galloway will de
liver an address on the same subject
Saturday evening at McMinnville.
The following new officers of the Con
gregational Y. P. S. C. E. were installed
this week: Will Roake, president;
Emma McGetchie, vice-president; Daisy
We will open the Soda Water Seasou next Saturday by giving evory pur
chaser a free glass of Soda Water. The 5-cent buyer will be served as
cheerfully as the $5 one.
Eed Seal Sarsaparilla makes rich, red blood. Now is the time to take it.
Sixty Cents for the Dollar-Size Bottle.
- - - -
. ,. f'ios
Red Seal Sarsabarilla l 00..
Beee's " 1 "-
DeWit.' " 100.
McLean's Strengthening Cor
.dial 1 00i.
V. D & Co 's Lofolon Cod
Liver Oil i. I 00..
Beef, Iron A Wine .... i .... i 1 00..
VinoKolafrs 1 00..
Beife's Cherrv Cough Byrnp 50. .
De Witt's Toiiet Cream 25. .
" " 15..
LeBlanche's Fart Powder. . 60. .
Sawder's ' " " 60. .
Pozzohl'l " " "60..
Gossamer " 25..
Swans' Down Powder 15..
Calcom I'owder 25..
Lavender Salts 50..
Baxter, secretary; Jacob Tompkins,
treasurer. Miss Nannie Wilkinson, the
retiring president was presented with an
elegant gold C. E. pin by the members
of the 8ocietyv
C. II. Dye received a telegram from
his brother that his father, whom lie
mently visited at Macedonia, Iowa,
died yesterday (Thuisday morning).
The deceased was in his Wlh year.
Charla Wilson's 21st birthday was
celebrated laat Saturday evening with a
delightful progressive hearts party at
the home of his parents. Quite a num
ber of his young friends were present.
Mrs. A. Simmons and two daughters
left Tuesday morning for Boieman, Mon
tana, where they will join Mr. Simmons,
who has been located there for some
Fred R. Charman arrived home Sat
urday after a several months sojourn in
San Francisco He haa not yet deter
mined whether or not he will remain in
Road Supervisor C. E. Young, of
Marquam, brought in a four-horse load
of potatoes Hal unlay, which he disposed
of to local merchants for from 30 to 35
cents per bushel
W. W. Marrs has sold his home resi
dence in this CiU to Mr. Williams, and
fitted np hit house at the head of Sev
enth street, where he removed his fam
ily during the week.
Mrs. P Metca, who has been visiting
relatives here for a few weeks, accom
panied by her daughter, left last week tor
her home at Minneapolis, Minn., where
Mr. Metca Is motortnan on an electric line.
L. C. Driggs, of this city, who was for
12 years bookkeeper in the U. 8. Mar
shal's office at Portland, haa formed a
co-partnership with Hon. John Myers,
they are carrying on an insurance, real
estate and loan business.
Ex-Councilman T. C. Gault. con
due tor on the Gladstone trolley car,
who waa confined to hla home with the
measles for three weeks, again assumed
his duties Tuesday. During his illness
Ex-Councilman Caples officiated as con'
dui tor on the Gladstone line.
- James Milne and daughter, Miss
Belle, of Col lax, WaBh . , were in the city
Monday on their way home from Cali
fornia, where they have been spending
the winter Mr. Milne came to Clack
amas county in 1852, and lived near Or
egon City for 24 years, then removed to
C. A Miller, the popnlar electrician,
who had his arm so severely burned in
the electric station the other day by com
ing in contact with a live wire, is im
proving rapidly. Had not a fellow
workman grabbed Mr. Miller when be
met with the painful accident he would
have pitched headlong into the moving
Robbed the Grave.
A startling incident, of which Mr.
John Oliver, of Philadelphia, was the
subject, Is nariated by him. as follows:
"I was in a most dreadful condition
My srin was almost yellow, eyes sunken,
tongue coated, pain continually in back
and sides, no appetite gradually grow
ing weaker day by day. Three physi
cians had given me up. Fortunately, a
friend advised trying "Electric Bitters,"
and to my great joy and surprise, the
first bottle made a decided improve
ment. I continued their use for three
weeks, and am now a well man. I know
they saved my life, and robbed the grave
of another victim." No one should fail
to try them. Only 60 cents per bottle at
Charman & Co's Drug Store.
50 cents a pound
Quarter-pound boxes, 15 cents. Did
you crer buy even poor Nutmegs for less
75 cents per pound?
All our Spices Clover, Cinnamon,
Allspice, Clack and African Pepper, are
equally cheap, and we guarantee them
pure nnd highest quality,
Continued from Paw 1.
Multnomah Wallace MoCamant.
Folk-H. li. Thlelsen.
Hherinan Clark I'unlap,
Tlllamook-T. ft. Hundley.
ITmalllla-F. W. Vincent.
Union John I.. Austin,
Wallowa- K. W. Uumble.
Waaco-M. T, Nolan.
Washington- W. D. Wood.
Yamhlll-Dr. J. F. Oalbrrath.
Tlit report of the committee on order of
business was adopted, and Ilia convention,
tt B o'clock, took a recess until 7:30,
ArroaiA, Or , April U. At 7:30 p. m.
tlit convention re assembled and the com
mittee, on pisiform rtorted ttis following
"We the republican voters of the slat of
Oregon, In convention assembled, congrat
ulate the people of this state as well as of
tha whole nation on Hit unmistakable fact
that tht dark cloud of adversity, which hat
hung like a pall over our lair land, hat been
dissipated. We recognise thtt the return of
proserity Is due to Hit restoration of the
republican party to power.
"Wa are In favor of the maintenance of
the present gold standard; wear uniil!
tied I y opposed to tht tree coinage of sliver
and to all other schemes looking to Hit d
basement ol the currency and Hit repudla
lion of debt. Wt believe thtt tht best
money In Hit world Is moot too good to be
tssured by the government to Hit laborer
at the fruit of his toil and to Hit lartntr at
the price of his crop. Wt con
demn the continued agitation for free silver
as calculated to Jeopardise tht prosptrlty of
the country and to shskt tht conttdtnee ol
tht people In the nialnttnsnct of a wise fi
nancial policy; wa psitloularly condemn as
unpatriotic, the efforts of Hit Free-tilvtrtg-itslort
to array class against class and sec
tion tgatnst section; wt declare Hist the In
terests of all daises and of all sections of
our country alike dtmand a sound and tit
hie financial system.
"While wt deplore tht Imminence of war,
wt recognise that the country Is on tht evt
of a war, undertaken for tht vindication of
Hie National honor and tht performance of
work dictated by every Instinct of hu
manity; wt declare that the Administra
tion is entitled in this oontliot to the coittl.
denre and support of tht tntlre people.
"We are firmly attached to the principles
of Hie Federal Constitution: wt recognise
that representative government Is one of
these principles, and we are oppoted to any
change In law or cnnmitutloii which will ab
rogate this lime-honored principle.
"We are In favor of retrenchment and re
form In slate and county matters, ,
"We demand strirt economy In pnbllo af
fairs, ami the abolition of all needless of
fices anil commissions.
"The salmon fishing industry, so fruitful
a source of revenue to the state, should be
fostered, and td that end we favor state aid
in the artificial propagation of salmon, and
their distribution In Hie waters ol this slate.
"We re-afllrro our allegiance to Hie princi
ples of the Republican Party of the United
States, as tnunciated by the Republican
Convention in St. Louis in 1MW.
"Wt denounce the Fusion party of Ore
gon as an aggregation of spoilsmen, who
sre ready to subordinate principles to offi
ces. Kacb of the parlies to this compact is
willing to stultify Itself and form alliances
with elements which It has heretofore de
nounced as dangerous and unfit to be In
trusted with power; we declare that good
government cannot come from such an al
liance. "ROBERT O. SMITH,
"Chairman of Committee.
Nolan of Wasco moved that any resolu
tion should be referred to Hie Committee on
Resolutions without debate. It carried
t. t. user fob uovana'oa.
When nominations for Governor were
called for Walter L. Tooie of Marion made
an eloquent speech, placing T. T. Geerof
Marion in nomination as a niou of the com
M r. Toote said :
"Gentlemen of the Convention: I rise
to place in nomination a man who, for 30
years, has worked faithfully for tbe Inter
estsof tht Republican Party; a man whose
name has been heard on every hand In As
toria this week, while he has been at work '
In his orchard n the common, dtea of life.
This msh Waa born in Oregon, in the County
of Marion, 47 years ago. He has lived
ever since within a mile of hit birthplace;
hit parents helped to blase tbe way to Ore
gon. TM. natlva inn nf tlnffnn I Ilia n.n. !
B - V.VO"" "W S"
tleoian I desire to place in humiliation. His
pen for 20 years bat conveyed to tht Re
publicans of Oregon the best sentiment of
the party. Ha Is known as tbe sage of
Waldo Hills; he gives his time and atten
tion to tbe political questions of the day ;
be it of the people and from the people.
Oar opponents have demanded that posi
tions of trust be given to the common peo
ple. We have a gentleman who la out of
tbe common people. Gentlemen of tht
Convention, there haa never been a time
When a political compass was necessary to ,
locate him on the leading Issues of the day. I
I take pleasure in presenting the name of
Theodore Thurston Geer, of Waldo Hills,
Miller of Lane, in seconding the nomfna-
f n.a. mmlti that thrt-M tmrtArlnnl fart. !
tors are to be considered In connection with
tbe office of Governor, snd they are:
"First Has he been tried?
"Second What it Ms relation lo the In
"Third What h Ids position relative to
tbe great subject which is the issue of the
coming campatgYi?" j
Mr. Miller spoke of liis service in tbe.
Legislature with Mr. Oeer. Mr. Geer, he
said, had teen Speaker of the House, and
always presided with justice and Impar
tiality and always had tbe courage to do bis
duty. Good Judgment and courage, he
said, are essential requirements In a guber
natorial candidate. Mr. Geer, he contended,
possessed these admirublu qualities. As to
the second factor, Mr. Miller sniil that Mr.
Geer is in such close and quiet communion
with the industrial classes that men who
follow the plow, or use the saw, tbe ax or
the plane, will teel that they have in Mr.
Geer a most excellent friend, a man who
will protect Ihrlr Interests on all ocomlont,
and a man who will execute the law In the
Interest of every laboring man. All classes
of people, lit said, will feet that III Mr.
Clear tbey have a man In whose hands ev
ery man's property will be honi'itly and
conscientiously guarded, t
On motion of Van Dyka, of Josephine,
Mr. Geer was nominated by acclamation,
all the delegates rising and cheering.
stirsnMa ji'tina, r. a. moo in,
No wonts were wasted In renominating
Judge F. A. Moore for Justice of Hit Su
preme court. He was ilecisrwl to be the
unanimous choice of the convention.
ciiAHi.at t. aooaa roa itatb Tatuauata.
For State Treasurer, Royal, of Umatilla,
named R. Alexander, of Umatilla.
Applrgate, of Klamath, named Charles fl.
Moore, of Klamath, Raker, of Union,
named W. T. Wright, of Union.
Moore was nominated on the secomi bal
lot, the vote standing: Wright, 4; Alexan
der, IIS; Moore, ll.
r. I. DVNSAS roa s kstakv or stats
For Secretary of State, Kj.lj, of Doug as,
plaoed In nomination A. M. Crawford, of
C. W. Fulton nominated Frank I. Dun
bar, of Astoria, lor eight years clerk nf Clat
sop County. "Iliinlisr,'' be tald, "It a Re
publican born and alltepiilillcan bred, and
when lit tiles he will bt a RKpnlillrau dsail."
Moore, of llaker, nominated 0. A. Johns,
of Raker county, Hit quarts mills of which
art helping Hit Republican Party to anttla
the money question.
Baker, nf Union, nominated I. N. fiaun-
i iters, of Union, who waaai me limel'lrrk ol
' Multnomah County, and hata slues been
County Judge of Union.
Dunbar ai seconded by Carter, nf Lin
coln, Cleeton, of Coliinima, mm i Nolan, of
i Wasco; Johns, by Rlglef of Multnomah,
! and Crawford by Uiiilihof Jo-p:,iii, Mitch
' ell of Marlon, Harris of Lane utnrtair
Dunbar won on the third ballot, receiving
107 volts lo I'J) for Ninmlers and I for
Johns. Tlis total vole cl was 'M, or 3
more than there were ilvis.
w. ii. isn TT rxtirta.
For Slate Printer, Hill, ol Multnomah,
nominated Graham Glass, Jr., of Portland,
and Carter, of Jackson, iiotiilnatvd W. II.
I,eeds, the present lnriinrwi.
Glasa't nomination waa serotnted hy Ana
tin of Union, Yatea of Cai.Ui.,, Iu,Wrg of
Wasco, Cattanai-h of Grain, lUriiiien of
Linn, Sissons of Malkeur, and Moore of
Kherman. lord's aa rwimimJ by tftraU
fnnl of Douglas, I'helpsof Miw, Travis
of Waihlngton and Chai'itwrUin nf Marlon.
The llrt ballot was lrrir'l. ihr ln-intf
27 voles, an excess ol 2 over I lid f.'onUr of
I tht delrgaU-s. Leeo": rkd.I.J 117 voles
I' and Glass 110, At Hie auvimiiiiiM ol Hi-na-lor
HIiiioii ol Multnomsh, Km Chair was
about to order another ballot, when Mr.
Glass waived objovlloii iu ma uailol and
I moved lo make the nomination nf LmhU
unanimous. This was djr.e, an I Ihs't waa
great cheering, both for l-. ai l (Jims.
THI ATTOSRrV UKSKUvtMlir.
For attorney -general, Taaedaie of l.lnn,
named D. R. N. Blacktmrn, of Albany;
Kddy.of Douglaa, C. M. Idletnan, or Port
land, the present Incum '; HiiiaJ, of
Morrow, J. N. Brown, of M -n v; M.iCam
ant of Multnomah, Austin " If immonil,
of Jackson, and Strange, of Clackamaa, A.
8. Dreaser, of Oregon City. Blackburn's
nomination was seconded I'axtiin nf Mult
nomah and Blackburn ol Yamhill; Idle
man's by Royal ol Umatilla, iVuiuut Ma
rion and Baker of Multi.u.,.a.. ; D riser's
by Cannon of Douglas and CI. i 'an ol Co
lombia; Brown's by Trsvls .f Wa-hlngtmi
and Jennings ol Wallows; If amn.nnrt' i by
Cameron of Jackson and Smith of Joseph
ine. The first ballot resulted :
Dresser "0, fdleman 20, Blackburn 110,
Brown SO, Hammond II.
On the second ballot, Hammond and
Idleman were withdrawn arid the vote
Blackburn Iff.', Dresaer 100, Brown 25
Here, also, were 2 extra voles, but, on mo
tion of Strange of Ctackama.1, Blackburn's
r ' your grocer
Flour 7 -
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molioSy and is GuaraiiteeQ t
fl Hieh Strike
nomination was mule unanimous.
StirSHISTSSIIRHT or INSTHtttTIOSJ,
For Superintendent nf I'uhllo Instruction
J, H. Aokerman, of Portland, was named)
by Williams of Multnomah, and aeoomletf
by t large number. He was nominated by
First district Judge Iltnry I Ittntont
attorney, C. It, Watson, Member Board of
Kquallsatlon, Robert A. Kmmrlt.
Second district-Judge, A. 0. Woodcock (
attorney, George M, Brown.
Third dlatrlat-Jtidges, II. II. Hewitt, of
Albany; Georgt II. Burnett; attorney, O.
n. Irvine; member of board of equalisa
tion, Jsvtr Hmllh,
Fourth district Judges, M. 0. George,
J. B. Cltland, A. L, Frailer; attornty, It, H.
Fifth district-Judge, T. A, Mcflrlde; at
tornty, T, J. Cleeton ; Member Board of
Equalisation, W. II. Smith.
Sixth dlstrlot-Jiidft, It, J. Bean.
Heventh district-Judge. H. 8. Wilson;
attorney, A. A. Jayne; Member of Board of
Equalisation, 0, !. Kunty,
Eighth district-Attornty, William J.
Ninth dl.trlot-Jndgs, 0. W. Parrlsli; at- '
tornsy, William Miller.
JOINT I.SUISLATIVa NOMINATIONS,
Joint lglslstlvt nominations wsrt made
Senators Clavkaiiias'aiid Marlon L. I
Benton and Lincoln John P, Paly,
llaker and Malheur J.. II. A It ken.
Morrow, Grant and Harney A. W.
Representatives Klamath and Lake
W. A. Massenglll.
Coot and Curry Jeremiah Huntley.
Buloii and Lincoln G. E. Dtvls,
Waco and Bhtrman J. D Wlloox, of
Grass Valley, Sherman, and J, W. Morton,
I nf Hood River, Wasco.
TIM. monk and Vamhltl-J. W, Maxwell,
Grant and Harney R. N, Donnelly,
IIB NOTIFICATION COMMITTRS,
Eddy's motion fur tht appointment of a
committee of five, of whom Chairman
Tooss should be out, to notify Mr. Geer of
bis nomination fur Governor prevailed, and
tht Chair appointed at his associates Eddy
ol Douglas, Cleeton ol Columbia, Chamber
lain of Marlon, and Dresaer of Clackamas.
ayT crsTkAL committkb chossn.
Then follows. I the selection ol Hit State
Central Cuiuuiittee as follows:
llskar-F. U Moors
Bunion -J. Krad Yalas.
Clatsop F'aok J. Taylor.
Co'unibia Normal. Merrill.
Cooa-C. W. Olivt.
Crook-C. M. CarlwrlKht.
Curry William tlaiullletl.
Doogia A. W. Reed.
Gilliam W. W. Htrlwer.
Oratil J. A. Powell.
Hartley J. J. Douegan.
Jackson II. K. Ankeny,
Joaepliine J. 0. Campbell.
Kiamaih Rufita 8. Moort.
Uke-Kldon M. Brattaln.
Lane-S. II. Rakln.
Lincoln C. B. Croauo.
Llnn-N. M. Ellis.
Malheur C II. Brown.
Marion -McKluley Mikhail.
Morruw-O. W. "helps.
Mulliioiiiali-O. F. Pexton.
I'ulk-Ira S. Smith.
Sherman W, N. Moore.
Ttllamook-T. B, Handley.
Umatilla Lot Llvrrmort.
Unlon-J. M. Church.
Wallowa F. D. McCully.
Wasco Heury Ktick,
Washington-W. D. Wood.
Yamhill- J. F.Calhrealli.
Oinaoa A. ST I St., CIIAtaMAN.
Astoria, April 15 At a meeting of the
Slate Central Committee, at tbe Parker
House at 1 :.K) o'olock this (Friday) morn,
log, George A. Steel, of Portland, was
You cannot make' money faster
than by buying your
. . Dress Goods ...
where you can get them cheapest.
Is all right, but you must have
clothes to wear, and the best
quality at 'lowest prices can be
had only at ,