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OHEGON CITY ENTERPRISE,, FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1902.
personal Mention j
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"'. . ii.ia slimmer
L i H Hut "' PortUml,
r?1. -unfriends In U.I- ciiy.
l7 " .
I Mr (' H. Heamalin returned
;i,p1',r..ii.U '' Clilml
iiiiltf Horion made t
.p io ll..l.i.-r.l WwlntHMUy.
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r .ii..n at her home ! l-or.-st
..... II..I.I.I. llul.lt.n
i i' K Williams. f Portland, at
Ill's l-eitbi.k Club musical) Mon-
I,HUII"". I''"11"1"'' "P
nul.t o a""'! Derihuk
l,()n Hauling I"' Morula on a
, u,.lii. Kilmer ami Mia. Miller.
j ull.rnl, vmlll'K IrH'liila In 1 1. tat
M A.l.ll- K. Clark ami Ml Ger-
Nrlyr ill f rltun ol
', iiiiiii'ii I" Alaska.
i.i ... . ..I I.. .!.... I ...
Kvaivn IHiliiT, "i -
,ll Hi "'. "' "",
Mil .roi,ard I- Pickens.
j'n V. Jfoull, "I KianrlN-ii. who
iitliig l'" ! I.a-a-. Mm. William
i!., rrturnrd hums Monday.
iHHIlt Secretary RMM)llhallrn,oltho
,!, I'ijht (' , returned fioin a
L, trrW trip l Han Fram Inoo.
S. J III''!!' ' Miaari
jnatij Jennie Beatl are rspnrtrd
I , ,m lVmlielnti III a fa daye.
)!. E'la Fisher, l The Dalle, tn
Saturday. short I"H
te MiMHa Marjorls ami Kilial
Vll HIchhulTa In the rlly Mon
it BoiiiiiiK ami liMiiglil allh lilm 720
t nOof Iml'rf fn'in ilia t'lrar Cimk
Mn. K. K. Krll'VU ""il rtillilrfn liava
i,rnr.l ll Walla Walla, alina tlii-y
1 tt!iiln l.n i'irlila, Mr. alul Mia
Mmliuilina A. Itamlall, of Nw Kra
I irvlualK (Mm ll'f Jrf'ratiry ami
?iitlJrarliiiinl of Willainalla Ci.l
ut; in J mm.
.':MnA Uka, of I'uitlaml.
Utniy Mti..y ami la lx.knni f .r a
imi 111 n-licxil In Iha iiurllititern
rlu ll. cuiinly.
Mr. McMillan lirtr.l from Miniipwila
iCli"llifj.iii,lu vlnil ln-r ilaiik'li
rum I,'. McMillan, of Ilia
;!r Ijiii- Si'IhmiI
itrt. Vi. H. Hull. P. D.. Syn.i.llral
ini't f'r Uli-k'"!!, alll pmarli in
1'iHl.yiriian t'litliili lirxl ruinlay
n.tif in. I rvvi.tiig
(fink lUlion, uf l.'iun, ii'lly
ml in a I"k'k'",K ra'iio at Catlilaiin'l,
jh .ilni an k anl fcara aie nnlcr
n lor l.m ri'i cii'iy.
V.A I'uvn, iflni iilof tlia Harmony
in lnwn Momlay. Il laa
r rj rnionnl tn li'.u li .In cuiiiinii tirin
miiltinriiul 111) i'r iiiniitli.
!!Wrt Marvin Iioiitin, aon of Mra. II.
I o UVtiul.'lii.r, Wnli., aa
'ii'fiinl a If ilava a' at tin rrnl
' ol Mn. (.'. A. "Mill. r, ol Willam
F.II. UflmtTi T. Hmith, principal of
Knilimii Si liiii.l, liaa yuiin to l.in
nt'i'iiiil, hl teach a Irrm ol
"' iluriiiK I hi' niiliiiiu-r, licKHilliliit
II MiitnUy .
'irr II. Wmliart anil fumllv will
f'irliir 1'i.rl Ihih' II.in w.-k ami will ie-
m Vt',Mp, k. TIim Wmliart lionw
AUiin stti-.il will h tMTiipieil liy lr
I Bkiiii, aim iiiuvb In at once.
Guilty .SiiiH-riiiUiuileiit J. C. Zinanr
lointtia liailiplil rountrv lust wt'fk
ninn acliMoln. Mm imM llm pHpl ol
imtion ai t xpcrliiiK a laixn influx
lo'lf mi rn iini of tliu cuiiHinii lion
"wOfW riln ki .
'h'k1" fiiiiiliin K. Ilayna maili'aprocliea
hi Kai-ln (;rtk on Moinlay, ai
'I'KWHiMr mi Tiii'mUy, at liKn on
"Inwlay i at lint fluid on Tliurmlay.
' Jii'li' wilt 1-liino thn campaign at
uliio tiiinorruw n'lKlit.
Kinina inllimay, li'prtiiii'iit
'"'"fit of llm Wmnaiia' Keln-f l'orp
1 T. W. Fond, ii-iMrtminl tiUHHiirpr,
''iwukhA. Iliinlnu. il.lnrt nii'iit
fMtt. Mra. Mary H. Ilri4.ll.-y, pr.-i-"lolMea,!,.
(,,, Mra. Hha.llH, Mra.
v illiM,l)n Mr. Marnaret Wil
H Mm. Fmnk f. llHrlnw un'i MiH
Wl(illowv Mill atiHiiil 1 t.tt ilcnart'
'IICIIllln.,...l ..I .1. U',, ......y' I!.-
"'CwrpH, a,ji;, coiiviiiieB in Astoria
F'fMi,,, h. K..IU ,. n.i.iiiiiil liiH
mill. ii, l',ila..,l li'lonrinir
j't-oinpKiiv ami Iiuh Hctvpioil a pom
8nli tliu Tacfima Urain 'oinpany.
11 coimihiiv iH iiniliiini a mill at
7n,I.l' rapacity of IL'IKJ bn
"" Uh plana nr nni'li that tli
"n I (loiiblml. Mr. Kelly
" 'rave aljoul .lnn IH fur a vlait to
'C"t of China ami Japan in tin
of (lift 'l',...,... Niiiinxiiv anil
td' ,0 iw atmont aliont three rnonlli".
ll ti ,Hrl( preaiilent ami inanaKHr
I Bamlon Winjlen Milln, returnml
I y lrfil" Chl.-aao. WIiIIh in thn
Vlnlft11''1" ' rontract involving about
WO ahiti, will keep hi mill in op
; ''"' ly ami nielli until Julvl. 100.1.
-o,i n'lon Woolen Mill employs 70
Mr. cirk, whose home is in
rnr T' Mt TnfiIT ninht for San
ml, wl"re ,ie ,'lk,, steaniHr to
''r'o'e retnrnini? from liia U P
Jii Mr"- C,Mrk l "Vr Ci,-f "ni1
will reliirn home next week.
ySli( lllK0F IH ItT ItAT I V.
I'roinliM-itt Voiiiik .Ma a nfranliy Mio iU
lllin.flf and Druwi.a In the MlalU.
Hurt Hatty, aei relary of tli Willanmlta
rrnlH,oin,aiiy, anil a aim of (JeorK H.
Daily, a iiroihiiii.ni mi!ral man ol Chh
rau auli'Mii,! nuar hia Immn at Canhy
t l-rhlay. II.. ha.l h....n ileanmiHeiit
fur Several ilaya over minor lniiinxa
tronhlea, hut they wh,h not lliotiKht mil
lli linil to ranae him to taka hi own Ilia.
Ila left hoiiia early KrhUy iimrnliiK t
ln aonm work In the tU-l ami when laat
aeen alive waa uhIhk towanla llm river
lie ili. I not appear at the Imu... at lunrli
lima anil aear. h waa nuile, with no re
" Irackeil in the aolt roiinil
In Iha river hank. Tim river a,lrKK"l
ami on Hmiilay iiinriilntf thn hody waa
ilia.overni. allh a hnllet hole in the
hiea-l. Coroner Ninrklaml waa amn
inomxl ami an impie.t Ha hehl ami a
verdict of aiiii'iihi an. iveii.
Halty a an ahoul 20 )era of aK. waa
S graililale of the .Stale A r 1. ti 1 1 itr a I Col
lege ami waa manager of the Italiv farm.
Ila llveil wllh hia mother ami hioihera
I Canhy. TeriiHiary mental aherra
lion aaa liml iiihteillv the rine of hia
anli lila I Iih funeral will he helil upon
the arrival of (ha young nun's father
Tins u umnmioi dav.
Mrmorlul Men Ice Will lie II hi II v the
(raud A rm f and ltellrf( urpa.
Tha gravel of Hie aohller il.tai) alio
(ought lur thn union from IHiil to 1hC
will I mi Uei'oraleil tieUy, The program
of Iha memorial exerciaei nmler lh ill
recllon of Meailn lit, i A. It, ami
Mea.ln Kehel Corpa, alll m given at
Nhvelv'ioeraho'le. The principal l
l'paa will ha niaila hv U.-v. l(ole-rl Mr
lan, ni I'urtlainl. Folio ing I l.n cire
monlea the pna eaalon a ill procenl to
Mountain Virw cemetery where therilu
ahalic aervirea of ll.e I'oat ami Corpa will
I helij. The proce-aiun will form on
M tin alr.i i n tne inormrig an I the Park
place lianl lll Itirnlah thn inuMr.
Mi uile'taof Meaile 1'i.al ami Meaila He
lle Ciri' virlleil the varioua achoola tif
the city thia Week ami niale ntirrlng pa
triotic aihlreniea to Iha pupil. An in
tcr. ting ceremony aill le hrM tin the
auaienaion hriile ami on llie aaleri of
tlia river aill ha a.atiereil lluaeri In
honor of Iha itt a.l aailor.
High grade clgr at HinVth'a.
Hee Charuian'a Khot tn I'ihcis Price.
Hpeclal aln of Millinery at Ked Front.
('all and in-pect the Millinery at the
H)U HALF; UN J II K IN.lTAI.I
llii'lit plnli, if an tleei'rd, a giewl Hve
rieiin Iioiinh Corner .'Inl and Jefferson
Hireet. Newer tonneitiuiia made and
healthy location. Apply to it. Kokkiuk,
Corner 4lh and Jclforaod htreel.
ft M. KKAMANN, M. V.
Hee Char man A Co'
av yon money,
new sd ; ll will
Dr. It. II. and A.
L. Uuatle, Delitiata,
For Prices, quality and siyin In Millin
ery call on Mie (ioldamith.
ian, surgeon and in uliat. OHice in
Ihirclay hlilg, I'lioiie t7l. Comer Main
and 7lli Hta. Calls anawered promptly
day or iiigM.
Try the toaaled marahmulloas
huttercup kept at Kniyih'a.
to Wear Hat in the lateat
Ws offer the beat Value In Millinery
for the leaal money. Mia (juldniiiltli.
Prices to anil
you all in Millinery at
Yon aill find incomparable Value and
Style In Millinery.
Miaa C. (Ioldamith.
mcilKIlt Kill M.XT V K A It.
Cliarman A Co.. thn Cut price Img-
glHt, carry over 'JO.tKiO article in their
up to uale Urug More.
Now ia the lime to paint and renovate
yonr limine. Charman A Co. are mak
nif apecial price on paint, oil and
Tlia Union Mill Hi hool has Jint corn
p'oted i xienaive Improvemen . The
ground have been cleared and fenced
an I the oil' limine have been repaired
John Tien waa killed laat we-k In a
longing camp on (iray's Itiver, Wash
Ha waa about 40 yes'S of egn and un
married. Ila leave a mother and two
brothers reaidigg at Canhy where the
body a a brought for burial.
Spring i here. Are you here with an
idea of getting a epring suit 7 Know
land, the tailor, near the H. 1. Depot,
ha a lint of new aamp ea of spring snit
Inv Jtim tn. They sre pretty and nobby.
Kiioh land's clothe are the kind tint fit.
Nupcrliitcutl. ut and llir. f
(ra'tr Tracbeis Prc'ed.
Teacher hav heel) elected for I he city
cIiihiI lor the ccmiiitf vear. I'ri.l. II.
A. Ilati , of lluudemoiit Ky.. aill he the
ne city iiperin'enileni, at a aalary of
1 120 a month. The principal receive an
Increaaa i4 l'i each a month and the
grade leacheia an increaae of f2 M) a
month. (Inn grade teacher WR aldn
and three new teacher were elected to
till varami.'i: Mia Mvrtle Shunkwiler,
of Napa, Cal ; Mra Viola (iodfrey, ol
Oregon City, Miaa Mjie Foaler, of A.
tuna. AH three of there teachers aill
receive f 10 s month and gradea have not
yet been lgned iliem. The following
leacliera were re-elecled, Willi the follow
ing aalarie and grade:
KaMliani nchool Kehecc T. Smith,
aeventh grade, 7i); Nellie F. (iIiikm, lift h
gr,., ll'i; Kv Meldriim, third grade,
112 60; Maijiirm Caullr-ld, iH-ond grade,
11.1 ; Francea Myera, lirat grade, 47.!h).
Karclav aclnail Addie F) Clark, prin
cipal, 15; Sade II. Cliaae, eighth grade,
9 17 fxl; Myrtle Taylor, aixth gra'le, $1.1;
Antoinette Walden, third crude, ll.');
Harriet Culuane, khoihI grado, fCi;
Ueitrude Nelr.g-r, lrl grade, f 17 .60.
K(Ino Sclloel It pol l.
The folloalng i the report of the KeNo
acliooi for the month ending May 2:
No enrolled, -tU
Average nmnlH-r be'onging, 3!)
Whole numlirr day ailemlance, 725.
Whole tiumher day ahaencu, 00.
Time late, 4.
The following have neither Uen ab
aeni nor lardy during the month F.iiunn
Ki..ir..iion. Ililda SlBir.'iinou. Kdward
StalV.-niou, ' allied Stairenaoii. Carrie
Stairennon. la-wi Jurgcr, Slell Jonarud,
Carrie Jnnarud, Clara lVdernon, Joe
Decker, Kdaa'd Hich, Oti Kich, Ula
l.em in Clareiicn llarria, Kmlen lliiTria,
K.dnh llarria, Orole AIIihoii, (Hive Shaw,
We take pleasure in Inviting those
alio have an iiPereet in acliooi matters,
to call and examine our work.
C. F. SriiKACK, Teacher,
(irealiitui Srlinol Hepoit.
Following I t lie reori of Dlatrict No.
m:. joint, (or the month commencing
April 2H, l'J02, and ending May 21: No.
school ihivs taught during month, 20;
numlier holiilays during iiiunih, 0; total
iiiimlHir school days during month, 20;
whole numUr days attendance, 172;
whole niiinher day ubsence, 8; whole
number til Iul, wl,oe number
days neither abeence nor tarilineas, 1(H;
average number poplla belonging, ll; av
erage daily alieiidai.cn, KM; per cent of
atlenilHr.ee, l7; number visits by .;
enta, liliumhcr visits ol School Board, 0;
number vislis of othern, 4; total VImiIh, 6;
Kosa FsATllKHa teacher.
WANTICD. A GIRL FOIt (iF)Nl)UAL
housework. Apply to Mis tjoulsmilli.
TAKKN UP In the mountains near
Salmon, Oregon, a stray borne , light i
giay with golden inane aheareil oil.
Weigh about J 000 pounds. A. J. lie. II,
NitTICK H IIF;iiKYUIVF;N THAT I
will not tie reaLonsihle for any debts
contracted by my wife, Susan Terwsdow.
FOR KALK-IIORSK W'F:i(jHIN(J
aboui 'l'0. pounds, and an A 1 grade
Jersey co. A. Aune, Clackamas
g f ml
TWO FKUriFAIlVlS ON WILLAM
ette river between Portland and Oregon
City; also stock and grain farms In
Clackamas County, live lo twenty miles
from Purl land for sale at reasonable
price and upon easy terms. FJnquire of
Commercial Hank, Oretcon City.
HKDfiKH A GRIFFITH, (ofllc In the
Wrlniianl DulKllna:,) have tlia cliolcaat
city, iitnirliaii ami Country property for
am nl leal nrlces.
DO YOU WANT A H0MF:?-TW0
mile from Oregon Ci'y, near J ope saw
mill, on good public road, near school
bouse. One acre, hou-e. barn anil well.
Only two hundred and fifty dollars. Ad
dress (S. W. Walkron, owner, Oregon
ifr 0 ijf
Put a liodak
In Your Pocket
It won't cost you much.
We are giving 20 per cent,
discount from the manufac
turer's pricea on all Pocket
Kodaks, as well as on the
larger Cameras. In fact,
there is scarcely an item in
the line of Photographic
Goods that we do not sell
at dir-counts ranging from
10 per cent, to S3 1-3 per
cent. Get our prices before
No. o Folding Pocket Kodak $ 6.oo
.. .. . .
Onrfrlo Bit of Ptotort
. $ 4-8o
.. 8.00 iX'i'X
" 1 Brownie Camera
. 2 i "
Folding Pocket Poco . ,
Hawkeye Ij.oo....,. nop .
. 4 80 .
. 7-o .
6.00 . . .
... 9.00 ...
-Free Dark Rootn.-
HUNTLEY'S BOOK STORE
YODF.K'S MILL KF;BUILT AND NOW
ready lur order. A ahaie of your pat
ronaita soliciu-d. J. 8. Yoosa, Prop.,
MONKY TO LOAN AT 8, 7. AND 6
per cent. Farm security. U'RiiS A
ouey to loan at lowest rate,
nuinu a. um.riin.
For flue Photo call on Snodgrss. m
cessor to Clirney . A specialty made of
hiiili clans work. Portrait F'.ularged, in
Ctavon, Water Color and India Ink. A
biomide enlargement free with all cabi
net sittings (01 a shun time. Give us a
Christian Science services are held at
the resilience on the norlh-eaht comer of
Filth and Washington streets every
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Sunday
school at 12 o'clock. WedneatlaT even
ing meeting at 8 o'clock. To these ser
vice all are weld me.
Johnson and Lamb have removed
their repair shop lo the location formerly
occupied by them and until recently the
store ol the WVconsin Jewelers anil Op
tician, on Main street Ireiaeen Sixth
ami Seventh. Tin y are prepared to do
bicycle ami iieneral repairing and have
theagency for the Wolir-American wheel.
Mrs. Ellen C. Head, wife of Rev. J. C.
Read, died in Portland last Saturday,
aged 47 years. Her dea'b was caused
by cancer. She was a former resident ol
this citv where her hu-baml waa pastor
ol the Rainist Chinch. She was the
mother of Jeannelle Head, who was 1
married M Prof. K K. Cumpalon a short j
time go. I
Correct Millinery and the Lowed !
prices. Mis Goldsmith, j
Mnltli's Duihlrurr fumade J
stops itching sculp upon one application, ;
three to six lemovea all dandruff and ,
will Hop falling hair. Price 60 cents at ;
Siluuil Like n sitoue M ali. j
Between your children and the tor-1
turei of itching and burning ecr.ema, j
scsldhead or other sain diseases. Ho ?
why, hy using iluckliin's Arnica Salve,
eat th's greatest healer, quickest cure for
Ulcers, Fever Sores, Salt Uheuin, Cuts,
Burns or Bruises. Infallible for Piles.
2'c at George A. Harding's.
If the proposed Initiative and Referen
dum amendment to the constitution
ah..' i be defeated by stay at-homes and
careless voleis neglecting to maik their
ballots, while a very large majority of
those who do vote on the question vote
in ll favor, it will greatly intensify the
demand fur a constitutional convention.
Ladies' Hats at the Red Front, In
styles and st prices to suit one and all.
,"o I .on of Tim,.
I have sold Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for years,
and would rather be ont of coffee and
sugar than it. I sold five bottles of it
yeiterday to thresher that could go no
larther, slid they sre st work again this
morning U. R. Phelps, Plymouth,
Oklahoma. As will be seen by the
above the threshers were able to keep
on with their work without losing a
tingle day's time. You should keep a
bottle of this Remedy in your home.
For sale by G. A. Harding, Druggist.
How to Entertain Your Friends
so they will enjoy every moment
of the time: Take them to . . .
. .... The Wilhelm Tell House
Give them Cream Pure Rye Whisky and Gambrinus Beer.
Sixth and Main Streets. A. H. GRIESSEN, Prop.
Fresh taffies, bonbons, caramels, choc
olate creams, etc., at Smyth's.
Individuals Money t Loan.
At 6 and 7 per cent. Call on or write
Jno. W. Loder,
Oregon City Oregon.
Sealed bids will be received by the un
dersigned up to and including Satmday
June 7th, for the exclusive lestaurant
privilege at the coming session of the
Chsutauqna Assembly at Gladstone
Park, July 819 inclusive. Building,
with range installed, tarnished.
- H. E. Cbosb, Secretary.
We can't speak too strongly of the
economy of having a refrigrator.
These are substantially made, with
extra thick galvanized iron lining,
and are scientifically packed to insure
perfect preservation of food and econ
omical use of ice. Our regular size
at $10.00 is a marvel of convenience.
Hammocks 90c up
Wains tu Help oners.
'I had stomach trouble all my life,"
aava F.ilwnril Mehler, proprietor of the
I Union Bottling Works, Erin, Pa., "and
tried al! kinda of remedies, went to sev
eral doctors and spent considerable
I etter I Ut. ""V Irving to lid a inomem s ih-bcf.
i,ei . . .. ia. ,.,MlK- I read of Kodol Dvsieisla Cure
The lolloping is the list o f iwt ter re-r . ' . tMnt ,t to mv rat Bt.
It's time to buy a good supply of garden tools. We
are making special offerings that should interest you
on rakes, spades, spading forks, hoes, garden sets,
shears, shovels, trowels, etc. They are the kind that
do the work to your liking. Full size Hoe or Rake
for 35c up.
maining in the pt.atollice at Oregon City,
Ore., on May 't. ""-
Clark Win Mrs Moore Li.r.ie Mrs
Lenartv M Mrs Murray Helen Miss
Uwis W 11 Mrs Olsen Hannah Miss
Locke W S Mrs Simmons Sadie Miss
Taiiton Winnie Mrs
O W Brown Loi ke W 8
F:vanson Finest Lall John
F isher GiiHtave Stanich Jno
Ford I M Wm
F0r.M Whitman Henry
Hill A D
gf:o. f. iiorton, p. m.
M hat 'l liln rlk
Is a greater power of digesting and
assimilating food. For them, Dr. King's
New Life Pills work wonders. They
tone and regulate the digestive organs,
gently elcl all poisons liom the sys
tem, enrh h the blood, improve appeme
make healthy flesh. Only
25c at Geo,
n.rctiii. I never lounil lis eipial lor
stomach trouble and gladly recommend
it in hone that I may help other sutler-1
. - , . .v ......... all I
era. riWioi iFyaju-iwia v oid ihh-o ;
stomuch troubles, ion don t have to
diet. Kodol Pyspepsm Cure digests
what you eat. Geo. Harding.
The rule is almost nniversal that when i
a measure is su inm . ,
must have only a majority ot those wtio ;
vote on the question. But the constitu-1
tion ol Oregon is peculiar and it is quite
possible that before any amendment can I
be adopted a majority oi an me vuicru
must vote ye even if not one votes no.
Therefore It Is important thst every
friend of the Initiati te and Referendum
amendment shnll vote.
A llnrrlble Outbreak
"Of larg sores on my little daughter's
head developed into a case of scald head"
writes C. D. Isbill, of Morgantown,
Tenn., but Bncklen's Arnica Salve com
pletely cured her. It's a guaranteed
cure or Eczema, Tetter, Salt Rheum,
Pimples, Sores, Ulcers and Piles. Only
2j ceuis at Geo. A. Harding's.
Here are novelties made to our order in exclusive
designs. In the magnitude and variety of these Lace
Curtains, in their artistic excellence and in their un
usually low prices we present a sale that will be prof
itable and helpful to you in draping and adorning
your home, Lace curtain material uc per yard
There is so much more pleasure in the iron beds of
to-day than in the old heavy wooden beds used in
the days gone by. There is a beauty, grace and
economy in these iron beds with brass trimmings.
We furnish you the entire outfit, bed, spring, mat
tress and all, for $6.25-
If you knew the cleanliness and comfort of a dining
room floor covered with one of our liuoleums in per
lect imitation of carpet, you would not think of hav
ing anything else under your dining table. A glance
at the rich patterns is enough for the wise housewife.
Good quality 65c per square yard.
Coal Oil Stoves.
If you have a small room, with no way to put up a
cook stove, you will be interested in one of those
small oil stoves with large even. They are highly
recommended during hot weather, and more so for
camping. They use little oil. Trice with oven 2 50.
More attention has been given to make these sets
substantial. Balls and mallets are made out of hard
wood, the handles tough and firm. Price $1.00 for a
Tents and Camp Furniture.
We have a good stock of tents, and sell them as
cheap as $3.00.