Image provided by: Oregon City Public Library; Oregon City, OR
About Oregon City enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1891-194? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 10, 1900)
OREGON CITY ENTKRFIUSE, FRIDAY, AUl.UST 10, 1030.
. r a '
Oregon! City Enterprise
O I ' r
City sad (.''J Ofltrl-1 Tipfr.
IubUhcd Kv.ry KrMay.
L. PORTER, P. r-.rro.
m I .Htwiiiutn ItA mdhllll.. -3
A di-toonl ol VI rnt on - I uh-rrpon
for on. y-r. 55 cdm lor w
ptid to -Jl-'iC. .. ,.
Adruun r.iei frta on rj4ictj.n.
Pab-rrihff-.ill fin.l tb. d.U ;
t,ntn t- ci. fbir P'
H-.r n.n,;. If tbh -if Y -V-.
ti uy o lwk -,l'r ,L
InUr-J t thi pot..B.c In lron City,
Or., m cvnl clf lt.
A I!fT- fO- THI IXIEaP-X-E.
thwrrr Crrr... .
Fnion khlli... .
llc-d Brunt. .
tr. T. B. Thorn at
,. lcr Wimneer
O. J. Tnillii)rr
U' w V-.lprv
..'....'...!. Henry Miley
y. 1 Kuwell
i n i :
V. C. T-Howard
Annie hiubu . Utett exprettioot of th Berlin pf'
..B.y'nn?r,n!-U-etheviewtot the Kaier'i gorem
unr7He" j ment, and Uiere it a cham that thej do
.126.96.36.199.7.. J. C. Kltiott Germany will waive all contiderationt of
.7. .77. . C.eo. j. Curnn precedence in cumber of oldiert on the
AdjipAbofl 1 inni, and will do itt thare in the work
rTbf way I 114 ip Ore Clt;
li U give Ortg" Cltj Peeple )ir
Qi em Vierou bat outlived three of
ber children, Alice, Leopold and Alfred.
and ber oldett child, the Prince Vic- j
torU, ex-Empree of Germany, it eaid to ,
Le in precanout hi alih.
Fecbctiit Loxo call, the Orevon the
cotitotion of modern day," and, by
the way, all the fighting thipe of Uncle
Sam have prove, their r ght to be tanked
ilh Old Irontidet.
Src.Eiyo ol proe;rity, here is a first
cuu item : TLe total expoit ol Ameri
can manufactories in the but titcal year
were h.-4jo, jrm
inl9,an increase in a tingle year of j
. . .i
l&Z.ag.gCS. in no previout year dm
the increase amounted to f5O,0C0,COO.
Yoc can't fool tLeee old boyt out in
r TV. ' 1 1 ... . . - . f..l' n mt rm ru.1 I
into thit city from Eastern Oregon, where
be it engaged extensively in thteprai
irg. lie tectme engfd in a political
diecoceioo while in company with sev
eral politiciins, and here is the argument
he put op: "I bought 2000 Cleveland
thetp at f'2.25 a bead and sold them as
IcKiDley sheep at 14.35 and cleaned upj
ft200. New, if you can talk me into
voting for Bryan and out of that 14100,
you're a dandy."
The question following closest lo the
Jact that Oregon City is to have a new
sewer system involving the expenditure
ol $13,000, is the one that comprehends
to whom shall be awarded the contract.
It is Oregon City money, put up by Ore
gon City people, that it to foot the bill
tor the big drainage scheme, and Oregon
City brains and muscle should be given
and opportunity to earn this money and
retain it in the city. The thought as to
whether or not we have competent con
contractors is out of the question, that is
.conceded, f 13000 ia no email amount of
.money, and would speak whole volurons,
financially, to the contractors and labor
era of this city. It means the furnishing
winter supplies to many families, and
those supplies would be purchased of
our home dealers. Furthermore, if the
contract is awarded to a local man, he
.will employ Oregon City labor to do the
job, whereas if the bid of an outsider is
accepted, a great portion of the work
will be dune by outeide help. Every
dollar counts double in this connection,
and f 13,000 saved from going out of town
js equal to $20,000 made. Giye the con
tract to some good responsible man of
this city who will put up the required
bond for the faithful performance of the
Thesurent and bet answer to the
charge of Imperialism which has been
cn ide against the administration by cer
4iin timorous souls and by a wofully
misled party ia to be found in the policy
of Mr. McKinley and his cabinet in the
matter of China. True or nntrue, the
. .. .1
nw that hat com to o in tn p
Brtlh 0( Mni l0 Aii hM
roonmw in. uuii b .
torn mi oroinarny m
.ln.l- -r Alt.! r it h Mi 1
I - . i. i .ii.i-. I
I -i... lii
1 lor any nian .no moon iu -
....... . -!..-. ,n,
i.i. .,. i i . iih e.maiiimitr 1
t'i story of slsn.htrr at Peking, com
i prising at it doe the possibility ol out
J rc upon women end th. torlurof
children. Any cation that fhoulJ choo
to pour Itt force Into th. Chine-. Em
pin for the purpow o, -iwting lummary
T.n.nr upon th. prplr.toc ol the
crime woulJ not be Urkio. In Juntiflc
tion, nJ pinion-pare Imrilit, tmh
m Mr. VK KinU-y It !Vf J by Mi n
milobe, would nmloubtdly by Initial-
l.v. t.1 the hU t morini for -ii.ro
rvninl comjuct. Tlieie
nJ comrrUre tlitule ol the .!mini
tr.Uon Irum Brut to in IhL critii it
th nioet convincing eviJ-nc thtt the
cry ol Iair-rUlium, or m torn ol them
now btve it, MiliUrUm, it y.in nj
T.ooationa at Ware doing their
utmoet to end the jealoutiet of the allie ,
in China, and to bring about the unity i
ol action which
ill permit an early
Pekin. Thee are the
j;nltj $utt, lnj Germany
of relieving the le;tiont at Pet in aoJer
any commander which the mtjortyof
Hie nation repreaente- telecU
Thit bat teen the potition taken by
the United State all along. Th object
of thit country hat been th. relief of the
legation and the other foreigner In
j Pekin at the earliest poetible moment,
and il bat flood ready to co-pete with
the reet of the nation in thit enterprise
on any plan which findt general favor.
It hat been ocdorstood, however, that
KubU and France each waote-1 to com
mand the expedition to the Chine, capi
tal, Ruwia. it wat aaid.wat specially an
tagonittic to any demontt ration which
would permit anything like a preponder
ance to Japan in number or influence.
Here are tome of the caotea ot the lack
of effective work Ly the allie. Proba-
bly the Mtute men at the bead ol the
rjfjjneM rebels have expected thitdia-
d lLeir enemies It b, pre
vented any agireetiive action of any con
sequence except the expulsion of the
; Chinese from Tien Tin, and thit could
undoubtedly bave been accomplished ,
earlier if there had been any harmony
among the allies. The action of Ger-1
manv and the United States, howeven
in urging the linking of individual jeal
ousiet in the common good promises to
firing about an agreement on a plan of
campaign which will render an advance
on I'ekin practicable at an early day if,
in the inter-al, the Chinese Government
faiit to accept the American proposition
to send the minuter! to Tien Tain, and
o it best endeavors to put down the j
rebellion and to punish the authors of
such outrages as may bave been com
mitted. A real anion among the allies
would be the best news which Cnina has
famished since the trouble began.
Outspoken in his opposition to the
course ol the administration in the Phil
ippines, Senator Hoar ia no less explicit
in hiastatement that he will give hit
allegiance to the republican party in the
coming national campaign. Thit is his
expression, and it is what might have
b?en expected of him :
President McKinley and Governor
Roosevelt will have no more earnest sup
porter in the country than I shall be.
Whether we consider the character of
the candidates, the character of the
counselors they will bring with them in
to power, the cfTect en the prosperity
and happiness of the American people,
or the ultimate triumph of liberty and
justice in the distant inlands which have
been brought under our control, the al
ternative of Mr. Bryan and David B. Hi 1
or any other associate the democratic
party ia likely to give him, ia not to be
thought of for a moment. Mr. Bryan's
election will mean the overturn of the
protective system, now happily estab
lished, and the wonderful prosperity it
baa brought to all classes of the people ;
a dishonest and fluctuating currency ;
great diminution of the value of all debts
and savings; the overthrow of the au
thority of the 1 supreme court ; a danger
ous assault on property ; socialism ; the
complete success ot the attempt now go
ing on to disfranchise ten millions of
American citizens at home, and render i
null and void the great constitutional '
I ..Ml - .1 tit Iht
. iwt .no, nm vr, - - ...
Jjt on ,h.wHn,hJrtlMl.., m.h. k.,th.iuyc
Philippine Island. 1 lik th lt-y inilUl., h voter to give a Vol upon
, , , , , . t ,,urilll in
. t : 1 1 : I.. .! ll,a lan
. ...... ..ww - - - - .
. . 1. . 1 1--.. M.-i..!.y .ml iha
r...M,,an. .ha i.iM - i(h Mm. Th.
i - -
wrtcMiiol b undone. I Hunk th
tutunsottli Philippine Islsiid l
th. h.n.lt ot Mr. McKiulcy Ih.o of Mr.
D-yn. in the h.n.U the rpuWi.n;
li.nof T.muuny 1U1I .n! the
uth. In wring thit I tm but r.H.t-
in. wtut I in the Mn-t tnl whtl I
lnl tear in M -. liuntiU.
Pryn ..rneetty J-teI th. trr.ty
liich hought the Philippine Iil.mtt,
nJ trvUivvl for It the Tote of -renten
of hit upHrter. For thit action of hit
no noiv c.n be re-onhly .rginnl hul
th -Mir. to keep th quettion lor an
lue Id th iiui'in. The republictn
p-rty, in it pUtforni, htt r.lutl to
commit it Kill to keeping the Philippine
people in tubjoction int their wi-h,
nj citet the eitmple ol Cub, to which
it renewt it pletg of independence.
The Mtt-tchutetU republican pUtlorm
of lS-iy prucuiM thetu, alter hoxtihtie.
are over, a gvemment at (ree, at liberal
and at proreive at our own. I believe
that thee pleJge will be kept. What-
v m. !- m K-v f vi n tn.tl- in
U , fff lruit u,e loture ol
Ubirty to the prty that for fifty year
ha i nerer Len wring but once r-ther
, l. t.il. . . i iK-t I. .iil. wr
lUflU HI luo J ' 1 1 - '-'
ha never ben right once.
Km HLIl AX HTK-XOTU.
The republican party in entering upon
the campaign of 1'AX) baa an unusual ad
Ttntage, The ordinary methoUs of political ar
giment are often ineffective becaute
there are alwayt two tidet to a question
and men of unquestioned patriotism and
genertl intelligence may look upon diff
erent tide of a thing and tee it in differ
Dut there can be no difference of opin
ioj among reasonable men concerning
. ...I . ...i .--I i.:..
iwo main ii oi re-eii n.uuu.i u...-..
One it that the country la protxrout
at the present time.
Sensible men, honest with themtelvet
aid with their fellows and acquainted
With the condition! as they existed then
and at they exist throughout the country
today, do not dispute these two factt.
There ia another fact equally indispu
table, and that is that the democratic
party four jeart ago, in diacuMing tte
bard time that then existed, put itself
on record as declaring that only one
remedy could be found for the national
misfortunes and that wat the remedy
suggested by that party. The return of
prosperity demonstrates absolutely the
falsity of the democratic declarations and
prove that their remedy wa not the
only one and that their leaders wet
l.norant of the principle of national
There can be no doubt about this.
The return of prosperity hat falsi tied the
democratic predictions and principles of
But the republican party claims fur
ther, and it brings the most convincing
proof in support of its declaration, that
the return of prosperity w.i net only
achieved in direct violation of demo
c ,tjc principles, but that it w t dirm tly
brought about by the operation of repub
lican legislation and aiiccefsful adminis
tration of national affairs.
There were two main reamrih for thia.
The first wat the restoration of a re
publican protective tariff, by meant of
which American manufacturers were
released from competition with the cheap
methods and vage scales of Europe. In
connection with this and as a result of
wise republican legislation and adminis
tration, our foreign commerce has been
enormously increased, thus sdding to
the demand for American made goods,
increasing the balance of trade in our
favor to an unprecedented amount and
bringing to this country vat sums to be
added to our money in circulation.
The second reason given by the repub-
licansfor the return of prosperity waa
the settlement of the question ol the I
question of the money standard of the
country. Apart from the question of
which standardjwas the best, it hat been
of incalculable value to the buMiuess in.
terestt of the country to have the matter
nettled, and settled in such a way that
the decision cannot be disturhed for a
considerable period of years. The estab
lishment of the gold standard has been
of benefit to the country by fixing the
basia upon which business rests.
The republican party baset in main
claim to indorsement by the people upon
the facta and simple arguments so evi
dent that it does not seem possihle to
The main facts the democrats do not
I deny, for they cannot, but they turn
. thit I I Wnl M W Binw
, , , , ,,
. 1 1 1 1 in minimi, ibiii u..i .,-....
mam ieoiio year
Tt. tremendous tr..t.lll of II.. repub
lio-n party thi year ! Jo. to lb. fcl
1 thal ;t fl)mr, ,.for th Vot-rt with th
JoM ,h u
It h. Iriunifiiea wncre w--. .
' (:; in.loriily.
It has mirlevl whrr. It great op-
pment prophrsied Inevitable failure.
If it had no other claim lore-election
fian a promise of lh continuance of the
coaditioni that have prevailed for the
p nt fmir jesr it would dwerv a Iriiim
p'iant indorsement 1'om the pwpl. uf
Ih e United Mate.
WILL LM'UKl K THE LiW.
o Pi-eavr er Infrcted Irwll UI be
Altuwed t be Sold.
,The Oreiion Htate lUiard of Horticul
ture ha uwued th. lollo.tng clrcuUr .)
T.. lu.ti.- In V'ruit :
. V -
W.l-atoh.nd you appended a cpy
of th law g.nerntng the sale or ship
ment of di-eed Irtiita. This Uw will be
tliictly etilon-ed, and no di-raeJ or In
fe. Usl fruit will be allowed sohl in thit
market. Wt ho yo will govern your
To protec t the fruit industry in th Stat
it tt enseted by th. I-gilativ. As
sembly ol Id Stale ol Ore.-nn :
hection V. It .hall I unlawful for
any ron, firm or corporation lo Import
ors-ll any infeclfi or diea d fruit ol
any kind in the state ol (treon.
hection VI. Every ern who pick
or prepare for shipment lo any point
within th slate, or who deliver or
ciim to I drlivrre-l to any ! res
agent, oi railroad a.'ent.or other rrson.
or to any trns(orUtion company or cor
poration for shipment lo any point with
out the Hal, any fruit or fruit, either
lrrh, cured or dried, that t inlet Ui
wilh insect, pest or disaurt Injurious
1 ti tree, thrul
planu, iruit or vegeta-
, , .. . mUi.m-.Bof.
tion VII. Anv erton, llrm or cor
poration violating any ol the provision
of thit act shall he deemed guilty ol a
tntademranor, snd Uon conviction
thereof shall t punished by a fin. of not
leas than l.enty ti. (.'5 dollait nor
rujre than on. hundred i IliX)) dollar.
Section VIII It shall be the duty of
the commissioner of Ih. tlate board of
horticulture of the district In which.
Violation of (hi act orcur loprent the
evioencv in iui r.a in uib uiimn iiw,-
ney, whoa du'y it shall I to proaex-nt
any person guilty ol a violation of thia
ai l. Which proe-ution mav (hi brought
in any of the justice courts of tint tlaie.
Oiicii SrT Hd. or Hoarut triaa.
K. L. S-mi.
Ilt.iar K. IWn.
Wii.ni a K. Nkwsi.l,
Coititniaaionrr First Iliatrict.
The wolf ia the ladle put on slu-p's
clothing lerau if he traveled on his
own reputation he couldn't acromplisti j
hi purpose. Counterfeiter of IeWitl' j
Witch Ii.-1 Halve couldn't sell their
worthies ..Ire on their n.erilt, so they
put them in boxet like PeWitt't. I,k
out for Ihem. Take only IieWilt't Witrh
llsrel Halve. It cures piles and all skin
diseaaet. Geo. A, Htreing.
For Toon Men and Tonng tfnmrn.
There ia nothing that will arouse the
im of a young man or woman so quick a.
to bave inferior laundry work put off on ;
them. They may dress ever to well,
but if their thirt front or shirt waist ia
mussy their neat appearance is tiiled. '
The Troy laundry makes a specialty of ;
ladies' and gentlemen's fine work.
There can be no better work than it J
done at the Trov. Leave your onler at
Johnson's barber shop.
Persons desiring announcement of
parties, socials, etc., must tend them to
DO 10U K0Y.
ConsJmption is preventable? Science
has proven that, and also that neglect Is
suicidal. The worst cold or couirh can
lie cared with Miiloh't Cough and Con
sumption Cure. Hold on positive guar
antee for over fifty year. C. G.
fWW 45 acrea timber land. 3 miles nut
$,VK) 30 acrea, all cleared, hottom land
ISO 80 arret partly improved
toOOO 109 acres; fronts on river; boat!
landing on place; three kinds ol I
soil; large house
$2800 100 acres; 80 improved; large
house and barn
1500212 abrea, 35 improved; houan
and barn ; stock ranch
tSOO 10 acres near town ; well Improved '
i iwu acrea on pianx roan, close In
04 acrea rich timber land cheap.
Several houses and lota on install
ments. J, A. Thayer, Box 3.3.
Yon assume no risk when you buy
Charnberlain'a Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. Geo. A. Harding'
will refund yoor money if yoa are not I
satisfied after using it. It is everywhere '
admitted to be the most successful
remedy in use for bowel complaints and j
the only one that never faila. It ia
nlnaaant. safe and reliahle. (ien A
Ami Ulng children Into thewmM lo if
frr fr4ii an Inhrrltl hloMUinlf' Pi.
do not r-.lli that lout bhul may luik
uihU-r a fair skin, aixl tlul th. 6r. -imJ.l-en
nj in the bhuid th. parent may
tire.' into flam In th fh-h Hi chtM.
Ir. Ptrrce't CrtdlrO Molual lHwr.vy
tHitttmt th S"Hl.lrltiig hril -"Mini,
it clciurt th. I4l f-U dr-l Uililt,
.. . I ....
-rrngthet. IM - iuj, bc uw
M rWt'S t ktl xlf s
U-lri. immrint. V In tuJ - i.Jv-.
I hex Umt l-.i.UugriUf I. Wwlttaa t. !
vita kjm.i nrfuU Mr -l-Wi
m lilra l-o cm I hi v f -uh
ttxt ll.. IM lann II liuahlU kIM -f
rat II !. fi !- a l-i'Um Mr-lh.l
liiKWWT. aMl baa 4 4 la o-i f'
kit rau.i u kaj rurulu-a a
kr.k. b-lVaa IU4 kt aa M- au-iiM-i4
lo laaa pan aw.Ulaa a
I'm IV PtruV Plr-taiU PcllrU fuf
lh huwrla and liver.
Nat Ta-wm kil sa4 -4 I Mr 111 I a.,.
Tu tall W U-fO saailf tad lriar. t xaf 1
tails. U.I ol I. (a. a-n .ad (". Uk N T I
IU., lh . ..J. r a .f krf. ik. I ak- aaaa 1
airur.(. AH drtiff iti sus er II. I'ura (vaiaa-1
al at s.tifia fra. A Mraas 1
hlatlloj o.lr lo, Cblix. or N Yfc
I'tilre. ar danger .rtlS ilnrmiM, fr
they are tr.trhrrm That' why a'l
counterfeit nf !Vltt's Warn lltlrl
Salve ar .lat'tfw.ma. They huk ha
IieWln't. hul instrad ol II. a s!!l.lit- j
witrh hssrl, I bey all contain Ingredient J
hahl. to Imlalit Ih.skin an I ran a- bhaal '
p-ii'oning. For pll-a, inj ir an I skia
diava-ea, ua. Ih. original arid gxnuln
KWilfs Wit h llstol S.lrs
tiai. A. Harding
fillAW'H pfUE Mtl.T.-Th. c-n.
ilrnaed strrnili and nnlrlitirnt if'ar-
,y ,n t.,. f,rrct- mplt, ,nd .i re.
Md hy K. M rm it.
Welding l'a'i"nrrv, Mia latest sir lr
anl Ci-t aa..rliianl rvrr bronchi lo
Oregon IV v al th. Etrttrais
now ih tot k vnrr.
Has she l'-l her hr.utf? If so. Con-
i pal ion, Imligi-stidn. Si. k Heads h
ar. the principal r't-a. Ktrl't Clover
Root Tea has rnrad lLex ills for hall t
. i..- i.i.
century. Irw i rto. nd Jul rii
Money refunded if r-ulla am not satis-
factory. C. G. Hnntler, Ir.irf.-ial
The Entrrpriae anil On-g' riin for 2 C l
Wanted : One vountf man Imui Clark
.mascmntv. Dragon, m ,rp4r- lor tl.c
coming It.i'l.sy Msil S-rvl.. tk.iirn-
tion. W. furniati everything. In -lt lin I
hook and mi pi. A.ir-s, enr oalng
alamfi l,l...m.l ...... i 1.
I l """I"""" ""' :
Utilute. Ced.r Rapids, la.
If You Wnnl
CALL, AT TIIIC KNTICHI
PIANOS AND ORGANS
FOR CASH OR ON EASY
Tht home f Chlckerlng
V. r. (II A KM AN, I're.l.Uhl
H.Mr II I'lXnS, lit Vl I'r.ai.i.oi
O. WINHMit It. 31 Vt4 l'ia.l.l.,,1
i. W. K.AIIIAM.rWf.uiy
I i.i ai i aa
in ana ruhlaiwl : S'koI T rcwim lmnM.
Iarnaid ulliar Inill'll'Ki , lanl,
alar, oMli.nl, I o llublard, nulaa
II.Viii So. Jl
,11 H ill rulllvatad, til llliilar faiita, To
4 'y 1 1, mil.
i No. j;
U a.ra rulllslal, PI actts slaihl;
IidUm, lsrn and ulhar lU I' 1 1 a; a , i
lai.a.l, III I" ! ; 1'fihaM.
kibint. I' Mil es, lu I aj l-r.f) inllaa
I W an m
AH rullUala.l , tins 10 n-iii hoiia Urns
and nmtiarous idlial hiilldlia 1 i,f.
lo, Inlia, In Au'ore. I riitla. lnl,ij,
running- .alar and sisiylllng lu imia
a tins limn
A a;d slock rsnrh. To ' l r, 1
n llri. In piMlun., I Still
l Nn N.i. vi
a .11 erras
pit Ma mllltafa-l, I'" ' i.aaHv
ra.'ljr lor lit. phia, "-l liouaa. Ir.
.ml ulliar liiUhn(i; nrrli.nl. inin.aiuua
..rln. ia all undsr lam.
AH nililia.l ; hooaa tarn and uil.ar
Ixiil'llni. .11 I'lm-I, lllii( ai'ar;
aiois snd lli'(tln a 'J'iliM" Tr
.in I ily. II liii'.a. ft sr. on liad
-ali No. XI
.11 a. ' alaha-l: .11 (anra-1 , funning
alar. Ti Ma kWf. I n.ila, lulu.
by. 0 ml. fa
II No M
AH aiiy ' n I In rutiliailon, f"i
( rlngt. To iirlia, RiUa ; ludi.
r.n I'lljr. I.' Sulla.
i; .hi iM
SI ax"a rollls'a., linoaa, brtt 4
xlbar bulI'lK'.i : all lanrwil, (.-! at
rbaid To Moi.ils. J r H-a . tt llttk
lnl t n lla
! II.ijii No. St
rrvllnl snam.il, i' mrtw ; I"
ulaa' asit lo INtuo lily. S-rlifioa)
plare, and 'al yaaia rranrlnaa lu lu'knk
alar lor ai au.ati. W slaf m ' .ill
asm tin r Mtonib. I"4 Ikouia an4
I a 'a irarl
I ai. mliiulrs' k f'um WmI n-ru
11 w lut In (ila-laloh.
Hi mot-r tin, far li Orafon City,
till S . Ai
II a- MiHI'Sie-l; (iol Small bom.;
l-a' and uol bull-llnfa. " o'rliaN;
ItnM aal. To slur, I luil. lo Of
r n ( lf. I li.tiaa
H mi No. j:
,-o wtn rulllfsta.1; Ihn hn.M;
(! barn ami ulltaf bolUli.r. ut'.in
aaUr, nrtbar.l ol Oill'J Iruil Irara.
To Hofa, I Kill., In I'lafis Ully, li
llrtti u. IS
1 .1 arias
l arraa ruMltslart. ft orrl.trd;
fanrrd. roninf .slaf. To alola, I
mlia lo ll'Pii Cily, I.' nil'.
l iiu St, .
.') rai cilUta'ad: imall ". "d
barn, yau g nirliaid, finlilnf '.'
To abira, 2 lo.laa, lo Oroti 11 J, 12
T'a.tnala fMiiMf of Ih mnitr of
I ,,,;,,, .,,r i-
. 'J S' t, orasniirfl on H a r..i,iat .a ill
' "' ' m'k.n i '"!"-
' Msn.tf.l.i. ia 0n lu U.uaa Milngraal
la for ia
K'-r ami u'ai. ddrtaa
OKICUN IIOMOTKI KS
O'a m I'liv, own.
"Money to patent r Idraa msy I
' .. ....
serureil .y our aid. so'lrrsa J li. raiem
It it ray to obtain a food on.
Where no local dralrr trill tbm.
will tend a piano or organ lor a
unall caih payment, batanc In
monthly paymcrtti, Two yctra' time
to finish purchase If desired. W
would like to explain our method.
We will send an instrument uaran
treing tatiifaction, or the piano may
he returned to ut at our expense.
Cataloguti free for the aiking tell
all about them. Special prlctt ana
lull information if you write.
la New Mwl.
Ml W.ahlanl. ft, F.r(l.. O.
Crown. Neerfham and
Great We tern Organs