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OREGON CITY ENTOIU'RISE .FKIDAY, SEITEMHEU 20, 1001.
gw TjlTy-ty vjj ijr ly-w;
Our correspondents will please send
in articles bvfore Wrdnedays of each
week, other iso it reaches us too late for
The neather continues fine.
Threshing it all done, and we are all
well pleased with the yield, some wheat
ver. 'inn 45 bushels to the acre.
Samuel Peck and wife, of Campbell,
Neb., the guests of their brother, John
reck, are very much delighted with the
climate here, and also the Oregon fruit.
They expect to make Oregon their future
The tide of immigration seems to be
comity tli is a ay, for several farms bere
in this place have been bought by Kaet
em nun, a ho are bringing their families
Willi liicui. (j'ikxI roads LriugaJebira
Lie c'a.-s of people into a community.
Den La Sprague it on the sick list.
The frame a oik on the creamery
building is being pushed very rapidly.
Mi-es Malia Mnmpower and Lillie
Marstou have gone to Vancouver to pick
Most of the hop pickers have returned
ana report hops rather poor, and not
much money to be made hop picking.
Thi ebbing is almost through in this
vic.ni y. Mnmpower A Ileea returned
trout Park place Saturday with their ma
chine. 1 lie new school house in District 51 is
the third tinker, and ba.lly bruised the
little finger, the wound seems to be
j doing well.
Mrs. llattle Meyer was in the hnpyard
, last Sat unlay morning. About 10 o'clock
word was sent to her that the thresh r
would be therefor dinner, and she came
home, got dinner for the threshing crew,
and went back to the hepyird shortly
after 2 o'clock. Who can beat that T
It was with deep sorrow we learned
of the death of our honored President.
It seems as though death by electrocution
is too good for the traitor. The people of
Maninam are warm in their sympathies
for the wife of the honored deal. If all the
anarchists In the United States could lie
found out, they ought to be given a free
ride over the ocean wave to some
eluded spot where they could revel
confusion to their heart's content; then
the law-loving ard law abiding citiaeus
coald dwell together in peace.
Misses Cora Jagitr and Sari
visited Mt. Pleant Sunday.
Mrs. II. Jons expects to start
Minnesota one day this week.
Mr. Josi has his cheese lactory started
and is making cheese every day.
Oscar May purchased a fine team of
horses from J. Moore one day last week
The wind is blowing at the rate of 40
mile an hour and, the sun is shining at
15 degrees this afternoon.
Boys, get you ready with your brand
new tin pans, lor there's g wine to be a
wedding in this good, go! old town.
We regret very much Indeed to learn
that J. Graham anj family leave Sunday
for Portland, here they will reside In
During the last two weeks, one passing
through here would have been amazed
toseehowq iiet it was; but everything
ail coiniiieled, and is a very Deal build
ing. The patrons may well Le proud of J fhfcrl ince hoppickers Lave re
the work which was done by Coiby lorDeJ-
Blarton. W lule cutting orchard grass on his
The sad news of our President's death 'tll' m. Wax. Uuyer heard the dog
wast.-ceived with much regret b? the making queer barks. Upon examina-
! .'p!e of this community. Death conies tion ll ,oun l' bJ discovered a hat
U ui all. but it is rather hard to ne.r Poed to be a live porcupine, Will has
when one fellow being will take anoth- Li l,ca' in cage,
"I have used your Hair Visor
tor nvs yesrs ana am treat v
I a . . w I. a. i.
picsicvi wiin ii. ii certainty re
stores tn original color to tray
hair. It keeps my hair soft." Airs.
Helen MUenny.New Portland.Me
Aycr's Hair Vigor has
been restoring color -to
gray hair for fifty years,
ana it never rails to uo
this work, cither.
You can rely upon' It
for stopping your haJr
from falling, for kccplnt;
your scalp clean, and for
making your hair grow. ;
$1 M S Mil. AH 4r,ul,lt., ' i
It your drnreM rnal sitppljr v.. a
n.'iur sua a ill atpru
Sni as una
ju a ixitiM, n yr anil tin
of jour iintr! i.rr uilu-a.
ll aara an. I witt the nawe
last Friday evening, lie resumed Ms
I work Saturday morning, (culing much
the better fur Ills trip.
The (larlleld Young People's Social
club will leopcn Friday evening, Oct. 4il.
All members are requested to he present.
There will Ik) election of nlllcers, redesh
inonU will tm serve I ami a good lluiu is
expected. IXm't forget the date.
MX IK 4 THE A( ( ISAlltlN.
ASTHMA PURE FREEl
Astlmmlono Urintj lustrtnt MoIIef itti Porinniioni Cu
In All Cnsrsi.
tr'i Vila without a cause.
F.ther Hatton had the misfortune to
gel one of his ribs broken one day last
w e. while endeavoring to climb upon
one of hia horses. Father Hatton is al
iiiiet X) years old, and rather stout. We
believe he succeeded in mounting the
Hoppickers are returning borne again.
Shely Half is busy bauling logs to the
Hot, windy weather. Eighty degrees
in the shade. Has summer come again?
Not to feel sorrow f ul over the I'resi
dent s death is to feel as an anarchist.
Mrs. A.J. Sawtell goes to Walla Walla
this week to visit ber sister Mrs. Amy
Mrs. Leavittiahome from the hospital.
It is hope J that her recovery will soon
Miss Mattie Leavitt gave np ber poai
Mr. Shaver finished picking hops last lon as teacher, and came home to look
Hoppicking was a short job this year,
the hops being a short crop.
M if p Maud Marquam is borne again
from east of the mountains.
Skirvin Bros, have finished threshing
after her mother.
Carry S. Herman and family have just
returned from Eastern Oregon, well sat
iafied to remain in Webfoot.
Threshing in this locality is a thing of
the past for this year. The, auras
or the season, and run their' machine "Advance',' and the "Farmer's Friend"
iut o winter quarters laxt Salurda. are to be found where they belong In
C.J. Marquam. our enterDrutim Doet-
Bitter and merchant, went to Portland JIr- Moore finished up his hoppicking
last Situ-day on business, returning '"t " fdnesday. While the yield was
Monday evening. Dot ,WP, over 8W boxes, the qiality
Mrs. Marv Albright met with onite n WiM " 0,,U,' ri,,t-
accident a short time airo. which eon.l Miss Edith Behanna's friends will be
Mrs. II. II. Andrrs and tl MUsn
Iinoncallislon the Misses Florcnr-j snd
Agues Pavis one day Ust week.
Several parties have sold their l g to
lius Itorurtt, Egbert Footer and Nosh
Stingley. The thne are buying to
Mrs. Henry Anders reports one of her
calvea missing out of the Arid and fears
some large varmint may have caught It,
as it had a bell on and the fence ass too
high for it to jump over.
Mrs II. II. Anders st ubhed her foot
in coining down the mountain side, ami
ad a narrow e-aie, but, happy to rr
late, did not spill her lierriea, (or which
he had labored to pick.
V hen Mrs. English and Mrs. Patter
son weie in the but kleberry iateh they
got quite a scare. TLey built a fire by a
stump, to cook dinner, a hen a report
shocked them. Ity some means a cart
ridge had gotten into the Are and ex
ploded. No one hurt.
Threshing is a thing ol the past in
Garfield. Messrs. I.nnls Palmateer and
Wilbur Wade housed their thresher on
the 11th, white Sain Yocuw and sous
finished on the H'h, with everyone rll
p!eased with the work d me by both ma
chines, and hoping to have a largei j b
of threshing to employ the same men
again next year.
Fruit of all kinds is fine and hug. The
four large dryers of Garfield have en
gaged all that they can handle,' an
some orchards il have to lie left with
out drying, for want of dryera to bsad!
the fruit. Onedrjer.K.S. I'almaiaef's,
could be run if some parties aislie.lt
run il, ss there is plenly o? fruit of extrs
quality which parties couM g t to dry.
It. S. falmateer is not able to do the
work required to run the dryer.
There have teen several accidents to
various residents of Uatleld the past few
days. Henry Palmateer had the winf.
tune to get his hand torn by a cjjlindsr
tooth while removing the concave ol the
separator. Mr. Haider gut bis thumb
caught on lias brake while he waa liftin
on the bind wheels of the separator
wagon. It bunted the thumb iu two
places, making a painful sound. Wii
Mr, Tracy Iterates the t hurjre Against ,
Hint Sade II; a I'nrtlaml Papr. I
Iaxiuk.S.'pI. 17, l'HU.
Editor Enterprise: While In your city j
list Sattndiiy I learned ul a vile attack I
nude upon me by the Evening Telegrcm 1
of Friday evening, Sept. I3ih, ltH), ll
hd Intended to ausaer thsl vile slander
In full so that It would appear In your
pxr of this week, but oalng lo not be
ing slile to see a certain parly when in
ton 1 Inteudetl to go bark ou Tuealsy
oi tins wees ; nut lire (iroks out on my
premises Monday aflertKMMi, and I hate
been fighting fire ever since. 1 write
this to let my Irlemls know that J don't
propose lo lit such a vile attack as that
go by unnoticed by me. The public shall
know tle truth, the whole t'uth, and
nothing but the truth about this mstier
just as soon as I can probe It lo the bot
Jtass M Tmact.
Death of Janu s II it cy.
Jatnei Halley, an old settler of EgU
Crxk.died st 11 o'clock Wrdueolay at
the resilience of his cousin, Mrs. Sol
Intel st Clarkamas Statlou, sgd Ik)
years, lie csme to Ongon from Miihi
gsn In lHi'u' and has rrsidrd In Clacka
mas county ever since. His wife end
only child died many yean sgo. I'uring
his last lllnesa be had the kindest atten
tion f'om relatives and friends. The
funeral will be held from his old home
in Eagle Creek at 12 o'clock today.
Services a ill ts conducted at the grave
YE All S
tCNT A B BOI.UTL f, T latll 01 Motl,f
Mat i,. 1
Tlwre Is nollili.g Ilka Asilii,,,,!,,,, ,,
Inslslil rsllrt, sn In ilu, r ' " 'lh
ll nirvs a nsn an else Mill
lt. t). K. Wslls. of VIII. iti.e ...
"ViMir trial IxMUt ( A.ii.Mi.i.",',i',7,V'
r.hmi MMi.iiiiou, i ramiiii i.ii . , " '"iii
till I Isrl tor Ilia mmI itnt
lss. rlislnsd villi iil. u.r..( j
eur..l. I saw your advg I. .,, fl ''n
ul Ihliilrraiiriil sinl lnrMisiiiiiitf ,n. ' ""n
and llioiiglil yuu ial oi.ih k, ;
hill ,.,,l.l 1.. tfl. II . I... I .. '"U'WIlK
mailt. Ilia trial s 11 Ilka a rii.,..? "'I ,0,"H.
full Udlle " ' """N,
IV s asnt lo Mini l.i ...rt
Irvslinriil ol Atlimslaiia. shiiiu, i.. ,,. ' '
e.irl Mr Wells. We'll w, ,,v .u l?
I'AIU. AliNtJU rK..Y FIIKK or uSl
14 any sitltarar ahii am. , 'S
imwisI N'sver mind, iliHiKt, y d
Ins. I.nes.ar 1 ymir r.. A.n.,,,.1,
rli.s sm.I cure. Ida , u, Jj?1
Mirs glsil we ais In sn. . i , u'
U'rllealonr,a.l.lrr,ii. Mt T A K T liti'i..
U KPK'O K t o., ;u K..t fwm, hi , jl y ?
Hold by ail Uruggista. ' ' "'
We carry the Urgrst slink Cask
lelli of Mr Nuassa t'ttrlsosi
Mr. Susanna Carlson, alls of John
Carlson, peacrtulty breathed bur la't at
her borne In Col too, Oregon, last Mon
day afternoon. Her age aa ) years,
seven months and 10 dsys. She
msrrie.1 W years ago last Novemlwr and
Ins given birth to 12 rhildien, 11 of
a Lorn remain t mourn llmir loss.
Joeph,of Washington; Mrs, I.lgl th'g-r,
Mrs. Jennie Haginn, of IVrtUnd ; Harry,
of Wyoming; Minnie, Christrena, tiicar, I
Clara, Frederick, Gertrude and Lillian,
Mrs. Carlson lias been a sufferer for
20 years and bas endarad her pain with
patience. She waa a faithful wife, a
loving and devoted mother. .Her bua
band and all her children were with her
to the last, with the exceptlonof Joeh
eta, Collins and Linings In Cls k
We are the only uinlrrtakris In
Clackamas county owning a
hrarsr ami will furnish It for less
than ran hr hail rtrhrre.
We are under small rsprie end
do not ak large profits
b Calls promptly altrndrd night or
Pa. ... I ; s . ax . . aa .a . .
. -.... are ..a sea. n HI UCOfl l II C5!n
R. L HOLMAN
her sister's, Mrs,
and Mrs. It. R. Thouas.
finffdhertober house for awhile, but is pWacd t0 ,ier t,'t recovering kur Wade, whjlf removing the cover to
..vu.u.raui;onii ueieu uer in me ,no cunon Km ,.;... t l.t. 1n..
hop yard a week ago. She was taken to caught anions; the u,uvlni ..,!.,
F. C. Brown, by J. W. I i
llie Pauent sun 0( R. U. P.lm.lr r.m- n.,-l
wasDediltM in a back, with mattresses ,lnrf killed b l-im, U..k..,i t, . r..w
. n.l .PI, ... ., . . " " "
-. ........no.ioouwiein miraanve year-old ster as It ran oy him . The f.t
in three and three fourths hours quite struck blm on the right side ot the chin,
e irum, unuer a aina Bister s duK cting bis law. and shn.-.t fr.rtnr
niBl, Willi Will SOOn D9 aUOUl inir tin ll,.riil,l .A .1.-
able to be out again
Mrs. E. Y'oungs is spending few
weeks in Marquam, putting np frnit.
She expects to return to her home east
of the mountains the last of this week.
Next Sunday the last services for the
conference year will be held in the M.
E. church. The people of Msrqtiam are
very anxious for the return of their pas
tor for another year.
John Labor met with a palnul acci
dent lafct Thorsday, while unloading
seme straw at bis barn. His band was
caught in the pulley of the fork, cutting
A. N. Scoggin Is visiting friends at
Barlow this week.
Miss Nettie Klutn went to Portland
off tlie joint of the middle finger, a piece Monday and returned Tuesday.
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""""sum nan uu me Blue Ol J. II. P.lanrlisril rulnrnHii In. ma M.
day, after a several weeks visit with
friends at New Era.
U. T. Melvin returned from Wood-
burn, Tuesday, where be lias been visit
ing several weeks with relatives.
tootb, and alao striking hltn in iht chest.
Mrs. Wills, with grest presence ol mind.
caught the chin in ber band and wrench
ed it back straight as aoon as she could
reach the little fellow, thus saving him
much pain. He is getting along all right.
but aays be don't want any more knock
out blows like that was. It was auita a
narrow escape for hiio.
Trune picking will soon commence,
If t W . .
oir.iMjn jjooney was seen la our
M. W. Phillsbury, representing the mi(iil HaDdar
to hunt t!Trs V't' eC1"' Co-, of Portland, was a I Hop picking Is oyer and everybody Is
I cosiness visitor at Jiarlow, Tueacty. j returning nome
Tl I. M.I.U . . J f.l. . I I f Patrih t.rnn. .ln...l I '
. ... e I wiii duiivw WW UlirOUlCIQ llie I " n. unu ioiui Mt3J UUIlie IrOUl
Uger any ana US awlUlly nsk death of Mrs. Mary Kendall, of Macks. Pmascus, Sunday.
lOr J OU. bn-?. Mrs. Kendall Is well and favora- Mrs. Kate Irvln was tbo guest of Mrs,
Consumntion U a tlr ' nola '!roun(, lu 8 8ecUon! bav,n tmm Anden aw
(J iiiqii bl iin iuw nnvn THlfl I Hi iu raw mnws I ll.. ... .
f.mnn. Aian Tt : 1.1... ........ ... . ' vis wss uie gqest Ol
0 .-v.w. t issii-um ouenaaoeen a Miss Lacretia Lemon, Sundsy.
I-...- , i i .1 ft. it I ferer from a cnmrilinatlnrf nf t!saiua tnr
wul swl 11 fduiuiy I. ... ' ,. " ""- Mr. Charley Miller returned borne
eats up the flesh and destroys w.y Thursday. sot. ii tu .nain.
the life. No USe tO CO hunting were taken t0 Mo'all for burial Friday.
it with ordinary food and med- fhe leave8ltbreeI on8 "d duht
, 3 ' to mourn their loss. The family have
ICine. 1 hat S Only bird-shot, the sympathy of the entire community
It Still advance, firvvl hmxm " their bereavement
- vwva a a s w
W II IT DO THE riillDKLI UIMNkl
Don't give them tea or colh-e. llsvs
yoa tried the be Mai drink calM
GRAIN 0? II Is delicious and nourish-
Ing and takes the place of colfee. The
more GIUIN-O you give the children
the more health you d. .tribute through
their systems. Grain-Ola made of pure
grains, ami when ' properly prrpari-i
tastes like the choir grsd. of coflW but
mats alxMil as much. All grocers sell
IU ' 15c. and Vc,
charges of Scott's Emulsion
will stop the advance. The
disease feels that. huckleberry patch
c4.i. t? i . MlM Cretla Lemon it keeping house
bCOttSbmulsiOn makes the while her mother is away.
body Strong to resist It Everyone who bas been to the hnckle-
soothes and toughens the lun?s beriy palch bftve a11 tbeIr cans falI
nnrf eucfainw f Jio efrfU ,.i.:i Mr8 H- il Anders, Dollie Lemon and
from Eastern Oregon last week.
Willie Davis returned home Thursday
from Eastern Oregon, where he has been
at work all summer.
yu'te a number of hnnter passed
through Garfield lant Tuesday, on their
way to the mountains.
Harvesting Is over, and many of the
the disease wears itself out.
Send for free sample.
BCOTT A BOWKE. Chemists. 400 Pearl St, H. Y.
jocao4iocK, all ones'".
Mi Sadie Anders haa gone to the young people, tired and worn out, are
seeking recreation in the mountains.
Mrs. J. J. Davis Is quite ill at her
borne. 8he will take a trip to California
In a few weeks, for the benefit of her
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Covev and fumile
omerg uaa a line time in the Huckleberry visited her parent Monday. Thoy will
pau.u. I go to the huckleberry Datch huffim r
Charles Miller was a welcome visitor
in Garfield and Millovla. lie hag been
to lone to harvest
turning to their home at Gladstone.
Mr. 8. 0. Huffman, our efficient mail
carrier, returned from the Hot Springs
Oregon lit r Xarket Report.
(Corrected to Friday.)
Wheat No. 1, I5e bushel.
Flour Portland, 11.10 p-r bbl. 80
psr sk. Howard s Istst, H'lc t r sark
a... 111 ier nui.
ua'.a in sacks, white, H5 to IK) cents
percental, gray, HO to H..
Hay old Timothy, bales, 11 1 per ton
loose, S'j to lu SO tier ton. Clover H
uars, rJ. aiumi nay, fi.
Millstuffa Uran, IH(0 M.r ton
shorts, $21.00 per ton, chop, $10 iur ton
bsrley, rolled, $20.00 per ton,
Potatoes new, 1 cent o.-r lb.
Kggs Oregon, 20 to 22'-j'c ter doien.
nutter Kancii, 37 to 4'c per roll.
Apples, (JravonsteiiiN. 00 c to IS e ir
I ... '
Doz, uuier. raruiea, 00 c to 00 c per
Pesra, Birtlett. 00 c to 75 per box.
Black berries, 3 to 3,'y'c wr box.
Onions, choice, 1c to ljjc per lb.
Green peas, 2c per lb.
Dressed chickens, 10 to 12! c per lb
Livestock and dresned meuta: m.f
live, $.1.00 to $3 60 per hundred, Hogs,
live, 6 cts; hogs dressed, 7c; sheep.
I a- el. . a 'a
Y4 " n.4Ci sneep. (iresseil, (1c;
veal, dresse-l, VA ; lo 8 lambs, live, 3';c :
lun.l.. A........ ill. i
Many physicians are now prescribing
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure regularly, having
found that it Is the best prescription
they can write because It is the one prep
aration which contains the elements nec
essary to digest not only some kinds of
food but all kinds and it therefore cures
Indigestion and dyspepsia no matter
what its cause, Geo. Harding.
Might Da Oat of Debt.
wMy case la peculiar," remarked the
"How o7" chorused Uio other letters
of the alphabet
"Well, when It comes to making
boodle,' I always lead, and, you will
notice, there Is absolutely no reason
why I should f In m-bt'' Exchange.
When you buy good at
our ntoro, f r our guaran
ty gK8 with every pur
chase, whether it rout
little or much.
Complete utrx'k of firo
rerit'H, fr'c'nh Hreiul, Hum,
Calces, etc., alwayu in
Ycu leave your order;
wo do tho rebt.
HEINZ & CO.
guarantee that the ercrtitilcsprwLit
hrcl on this nisi bin will la iv
aolut gain of inti per cent, of poa at
ikcing ana i
an any o
1 There is Iraa alistlrritiv
Hint of tkcliie and ill. L.f.-ii.. s.!'.
Tbcfurte feed elrtatur will aasts ba
grata than any other.
The relief rake keep tuutr toj gf pot.
I'.vei yone of tlioar using Cbamjiioa KUJ.
era aay it baa no etjual.
.Send for catalogue.
Mitchell, Lewis & Slaver Cj.
Plrat and Taylor Sis., iVrtland, Oregoe
EAST AND SOUTH
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMl'AX..
Trains l.a. Or.ir.m flly for I'nrtiai.il snd
"''1.'r,,,l7;'',A-,,,- O-'i' A.M. anj
l.v Orrcon City
" bail t rsni:l-o
30 4 M
J.' 4 M
12 : 4 M
A HI r a)
s 00 r a
u ll r a
Am a a
12. I. SI AS
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and
All kitnU of re palriiiK neat! dooi
l'al,mcs llldaT. faaby, Oregss
" Og'lan .
4 Ma a
U vi a
7 ?A 4
7:00 a M
0:1.1 p a
7 'at 4 a
1 htn Angnlpt 2 mi p m
' Kl 1'ax, 0:1(1 p m
1 Fori Worth (I..H) 4 m
Cllyof itcllco 1 1 :.10 A M
lloiisloii 7:oo 4 n
No Orlsans l):.'Kl p u
Waslilnnton fl 12 4 m
1 New York 12:10 pm
A1 4 M
ti. 'M 4 a
11 so 4 a
0:42 4 M
12:10 p M
I'lillinan sinl Tourist cars on IhiUi train.
( hair cars Harranieiito to (iji.lsti ami K.i
I ao, and tourist rars lo Chloago, Hi. Louis
N' Orleans ami WadiliiKioii.
Colineclloil at Han Krannlu n xiti. u....i
I'.- Valium ami nouin Amsrii-a
Opp. Huntley's Drug Htore,
FORTY YEArFeXI'EKIENCE IS
Ureal Uritaln ami America.
Dr. J. Arch Stewart
Eye, Ear, Noso nnd Throat
317 Dekum llullding
W A N TE t h K V K It A f . I'KIIHONS Of
cbaraeler and (00U r.ulatlon In ach ita
lone In tlila oounly rrsiulral) lo rsprs""
anil S'lvrrtlxi ol.l falstillshad wealthy bJO-
liass loins of S11II1I llnannlal alam MS. DV
Kre airsnt ai IWimn rii- i.h.. .
(jjm r ' "aiiun or an-
CJ. II. MAKKHAM, 0. K A.,
Bsaratlis A 'It N You Has) Ulsati BoufM
sry 1S no aaealy wlin siiiik-s s.Klolo"1'
all i.ayabls In rash each WHiiexlay dire
from head offli ra. Ilorss and carrlsK" W
nlsliad arhaii iiarsarv. ltf1-rnir'. ao
close aclfadilreasad stsmied snsl0
MansKnr, 810 t'aiilnti Iluildintf, ChlcsfO.
salary for sn liiWIIxant man orwomsnta
ssi-h town. I'srniaiisiit position. We"1"
ixir hour for spare time. Manufacturer,
llox 1102, Cliluago.
Rupture and Piles
ured without operation or detention
DR. 0. E. WATTS
Room 14, McKay BIdg. 3rd & Stark Sts.
PORTLAND, OR KG ON.
Hours 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 P. M.
It will pay you to rsd
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES color silk, wool,
cotton or mixed goods at one boilinjf. Drlgbt, durable colors,
without staining the bauds or spotting the kettle (except
green and purple).
Prices on High Grade Coffees cut In two.
Fresh Bread and Cakes in our Bakery.
Family Medicines, Cooling Drinks, Iced Soda and Lemonade.
Post Ofllro and
Publlo Telephone Station