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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY MAY 22, 1903,
Your Banking n
No matter li o w 8 m a 1 1
no mailer liow large,
! Mad tun Pii'imiKiiiA. A iliilithri
pmliMit i'niiwiiI boiiki nclii-iiiniit In thin
city I it at MimiiUv iiiumiiin. A yoiiiiif
in mi, fur rly of I Ilia ciiy, lint iinw of
Tim llullns, ri'iicbml Oint'in (,'ily Tbnrs-
, day niulil arid ri"iiimiii'i over lliilit Hi a
I lllltl'l. TIlH fllllllHllltf' inouiiiiK liti coin-
iiilni'il nf liiniHt Irnnlilf Mini siiiniiionitd
VHtflttri llll llllllll HXalllilialiull (lid-1
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iiii-im, iiiiini nut iiiHii:ntii in imi
I'.iriMK In iiivn tri'ntmciit of mill-toxin,
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Jj i llut Htiri'l riir fur 1'iirtliiiid In mi iliiiiit
m III ri'lll'll lllH M'IhIIVI-M Ht T'l" I'.llll'H.
I ' l 1 1ll II l HllllilirMII'n Wlll IIIIIIIIIHI III nit
nil Hut If ink nil I fur tint Iml wIiukii culiili
linn huh Hull surlim Im w iU hiiiimhI Hut
ruiiini;iiii HiTiuiiHly if lut in nut liiUtr
if it I nuit iruiirly Iruntfil.
tin women alike
Oregon City Enterprise
TOLD IN SIDEHEADS.
Til vr Ci.ack.hi is rntf. Almiil Murrli
1 ii'hi.li in n In inri'ii Drt'K'un Ciiy and
J'iirkiliuit khn Imriii-d t'i Him Kruiiihl l'-Ki-lluT
Hilli II" rmiliuilH. Tint iltti'llintt
bfllllUfl'd ID lil'lliyo Kll'llT KIi WHS IM'-
i npii'il hv 1 1 4 i r y II. I' ii'lii'li, of tins i llv,
Who Hlllliuril llii Ihss uf bis 1 1 ' m -1 1 . I . I
HiHuU. lint (iimily Imiim iihuv fruui I In
tlwt'lllliK Hi llu lliiic. I ii'iirli rlniiiiH
1 1 1 it t l n n 1 1 ' 1 1 1 m ll III liia umii I li li 1 1 1 1 1 1 .
i liii li lut vnliii'il hI llu'iii, Krt'ii.iT luul
(imiIibIiIv SJlllsl huiIIi ol liiriiiinrit stnn-il
ill IIih Iiiiiihh hI Him limit nf I lie llrt'.
Kri'iu li shvs tin' lmii-i ilnlly oiii"J
li y K ri'il.i'r Hinl HiiulluT li'lluw, I ii i 1 1
Im ill. I not know rtliliniitfli Im lii'iiiiitly
id tint rpnUl nf llm btiiint It) Hut putt
Hit ol Kri'ii'. Hit ns Hist tint lioimi'
uh innuril in tD ci iMitt i ii-M tlnoiitii
lU'i'iii'ifii Miriitfil in I'liiihtiiil. Muiilly
hIIit tint llri', Kri'll.tT mill It im inrliii-r,
mi Krt'in li h 1 1 w, ilini'iiri'il h'hI lut
linn Ht'i'ii mil limit ol lit-in Hiiii i'. Kiriii'li
ay a Hin o lit-rfdip uf Hut iniifrty
rliiifi!ril IiiiikIi wliile Ii" wh Hut IiuiiiiiI.
TIiiiiiiiih M .mil. lio im rrni'li'H in I'nrt
Imiil. luiuii'rly iihiiimI tlu' 1 1 r i ' i m r I v vtliii li
lu- Hulil nut lui'K lii'lu if Hi' liiti, to Kri'il-.i-r.
I'll" Utt-K' iiiimi Wi-iliii-H'liiv I'un
tiilni'il H hi-iichI ii uik I utory in rnniii'i'liun
Hitli Out llir. In Hut ii'iml it in I'lnimi'il
llml Kri-ii."i in i i v 1 1 i t m I '"fi-uii nml
llml Hie iiiiiii" iimh fini'luyfil liy 1 1 -
rli'Vi r yoniiK mi'ii in I'ortliiml in mi I'll nl
to rolliM t iiliuiil f'.'7'VI inniiiMiiri' (or llu
liiiriiinu of Hi" Imililiiiif . (ii'iiru" Mr""li-r.
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in i iinui n im ii ntiriu in i iiiiiiiiiu nim
TIioiiihh Mi Ili'Vill, h yuuiiii l.tviyiT, ,of
tin' Mil nut illy, Hri to ol llut ii'Iiiiih
lio wi-i" i 1 1 1 1 1 i i -tt ( 1 1 in llut Hlti'tiliitril
lll'llll III Hill illMUHfll'lt i'OIIIHllil'tl
m liicli vi hn only il"li'nli'il by Hih tlim ov
it)' on Hut I'Mit ol iiiHiiriiiiiit Hiljutli-iH
tli'it lli huliliTi "I Hi" (Hiliry ii" Ki-i k
ii'K lu i- illi-ct iiiHiirnnrit fur H linrni'il
Iiiiiih" h mill! ilinUnt Imiil Hn H'l-i'li'iiri-on
vihii'li Hut i iiMiru m i w u i' ,i r r n-il . Tint
iiifiirHNi " i-tniiiiiiiii'ii Im ni'iu iiiti'it'it
4il in Hi" i-im ninlw llml Hi" ju'inK' mi'ii
w ill nut In- iroNii'iiiiii,
I'lu Not Nkkii Mimhiunahv Coniilv
Tri'linllllT Clllllll H.IH HI'Hll'll Ht llllt (I ill'
Hit IiiIiIu tli" oIIiit iliiy M lii'ii h HtrmiKcr
Ht tli" name Uliln ri'innrki'il, dy
way of iiitriiiliii'liuii, llmt lut It m I lii-itn
tint in i if-1 Ht unit ol Hut ruial iIih.ih'Ib of
llut I'oiinly for inlMBioiiHry work. "Wlml
clmri'li ilu yon ntti-ml," iniiiiri'il llut
-valiKi'liBt. Now tliiH wan H hIiiiiiut lor
lint rounly tri-HHiiriT, fur lut iii not mr
tnil in li if rlmrrli Kuintf, lull hHituIn hII
ili-iioniiiiiilioiiH. In reHMiiiilinn to Hut
itn-ry, lu kiivh llut follovtiiiK "vionvit un
it it it "Central I'oinl iM Hut lu-ari'tl
I'liiri' to ilti-nil.1' Now ('"iilriil I'nint in
Oil" Of tlllt IIIONt lIlHtllllt imiiiiIm in ll "
counly, from tliu liiiHHioiiury'M lii'lil of
liilmr. Tint in iHHitiuury 1 1 I nut furl ln-r
iiii'Hlion llui ci mi ii t y ulti.iitl, for tin in
tiTvii'w wan liTiiiitiuii-tl tvilli tlu biTViiik
ofili-HiTt. On tlui Hlri'iiHi of Iiih own
llllllllHKlllll, III!) l(-lllll of (Vnlnil I'oint
will i'X-rt lo H'lt Trt'HHiiriT Calnll ori'ii
living unit 1. 1 Hut h'hhI Hint Iioiihh ol
woinIiIi next Snniliiy.
I.OIATKII AT jArKHONVll.l.K Clllirll'S
Mi'htv", loriiii'rly ihiIiIihIkt ol tin l'n
tiTprmi', but inorH n-i'i'iilly tvlitor ami
iroprii'lor of Hut Mi'ilfonl KiirrcHN, huh
M'iiili'il, Iiiim loriiti-il Ht .lui kminvillu mill
in'Kun tint inililinliintr of wi-i'kly papi-r
know n hh llio Si'tiliiii'l. In liia hhIiiIh
tory Mr. Mohityb Iiiih Hih follow inn:
"Willi IIih lu.' w lil hiuI HupirHtion Hint
linn ronifl to jMrknonvllle coim-i HihIhiiiI
bIiIii Hinliition to linve H newHpupi'r, ami
it in in ri'HpoiiMO lo the lit'arty encoiiranrt
iiutnt of the cillzenn of thin town that Hm
ISi'iitini'l iH iHiini'linl m oiih of the biiHt
tifH ventures of the coiinly-twat of Jm'k
mm county. So lihrral ami ho MihHliin
tial Iihh lieen the Hiipport pleilued to the
Sentinel that there iH every rerUlnly
that I liia pRHT will become a permanent
enterprise in Jacksonville, anil a factor
of much power in the work of briniMnn
to the attention of homenHi-kcrH anil in
vitHtora the variona anil Hplemlid arlvan
taKui that thia town and county have to
WkKK Tl.KAiANTLY KlIKI'HIHKO. Mr.
ami Mra. K. K. Htory were the recipiunta
of very pleaxant aurpriHe party on
WedneHilay of lant week, when about
twenty-five of their friends, armed with
iTokonole boards, a freezer of cream and
bankets of cake, suddenly walked in and
took poBHeHflion of their home for the
evening, thus 'celebrating the seventh
anniversary of their wedding, which oc
curred on Sunday previous. When they
realized the situation all were made wel
come and an enjoyable time spent. The
prize winners' were Mrs. Godfrey and Mi.
McCieehan. Those present were: Mr.
and Mra. McGeehan, Mr. and Mrs. Win.
Godfrey, Mr. and Mra. C. Bchuebel,
Mr. and Mra. E. II. Cooper, Mr. and
Mrs. F. Sleight, Mr. and Mra. C. Frost,
Mr. and Mrs. F. Welab, Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. Cook, Mr. and Mm. Ed Story, C.
Miller, Mrs. Taylor, Allie Grout, Mrs.
Grout, Dan Cook, Miss Tate, Miss Tay
lor, Gaylord Godfrey.
Kkamkh Wii.i, Makk Muiik Sckki iikh
Tint lii'iiiociiiiic ( oiuity IVnlrul cum
iiillieit, ul larkHiiim county, liel.l a
niHi'ling In Hun cily Salur Uy Mfti rnoon
riinru wiia In Hlli-mlaiii'it h gnoil n-pri-Hi'iiiaiiuii
of llut oii'iiil'i'm of Hut comuilt'
Ice. ll wiin ili'i'idi'i! In woik to lh end
thai a full vole lut pulled in each precinct
at tint couiiuu I'li'i lliili Mini that llut nun
orilv pailv iihvh h ii i'iiiiili n ri'irt-Hi'n-lut
ion on Hie eli'ctiun InmnU. ( ,'lmir
man Itt-ulliit huiioiiiii imI thai M r. Iti'aiiit-H,
Hit llcniuciallc camll'liiti', w(.ll vimt thin
counly HK'iiu liefurn tli" cauii'.unil cluti ii
Hint will adilreioi Hut viiIith Hi tlu' follow
ing points : Canl'V, Kiutln ('reck, Mu
Ulla ami ( 'I in k n nun, I lieru w ill altto be
fpi'ilkilin llui unbuilt llut county hv lucil
hjii'iik'-iH, im In. Iinii H A Miller, l'.iii"iiH
lii'iliteN, Win. Galluway, Ciilluut lleilyes
hiuI uilii ra.
Invkntihn Fun iiik Kaiimkr. William
Wnulil ol Wrik'bt'N SpiinifH, wan in the
city Hut witck wild Hi" inu.lel if what
lut cuiinlilitiH h frcat invi'iilinli. Mr.
Wriuht has mvi'iiii'il h I'liotrivaiicit fur
i-xlricatiui! fr-iiu grain llelili all ilug fell
lii'l, wi'i'iU hii'I oilier fioi'ik'U (.Towlhs
nil hunt 1 1 1 ni ii 1 1 it ii if Hut grain. The in
veiilor cUiiiik HihI llut iiiachuiit wurka
on llut T llui (ilit ul Kiiivililmn. mid
I'laliiia lu ham Kiicceai'lullv 1lc11111l111lr.it
i'd ila puclicaliililv. .Mr. Wright leave
next week fur WaMiingloll, l. (!., where
he jiupea lu gel a pileul on liia tlivi'll
linn ll Hi" ilitvlcu proves tne hih i-'hb
that , Mi. Wrightis mi HHiigtliiin that it
will, the inventor Iihh i-ontrihuti"! a vul
luhle piece ol miicliinery to Hie fanner,
wliu baa been writnling with dug fennel
mid like growUiH ever hiiice Iheir flint
W'lllllMI A.HKfMKNT Itol.l.H I'oillllV
A""nr Nelauii received t tin Clackamas
i'iiiiiiIv -Hi'HMiient ml1" hatilrilay front
lliMollint of Hie Hecretary of Hint", lie
liegan wilting the l'Ki:i lax roll .Momlay.
Thepit roll Bhould lime reached the va
rioua county cii'ika on March I, bin the
printiiiK ol Ine booka waa ib-lnved in ex
pi'Ctulion thai the leiilaliirn Wuiihl
nuke i hangcH in I he liirma of IIih rolls,
w hlch ate uniform fur all of llut con li
lies. Il ia ieiiiire. hv Hie law that Ihe
writing of the rullii bv Hie m-HenHor be
ciiiiipleleil and ileliveied to the county
clerk by Augiitt 1. AHaeanir Nelaiin,
with the mil of his noil hh deputy, ex
pecta with but lilll" extra, i-Xichnt to
the county lo llninh the writing of the
rolls in 1 1i ih ciuiiiiv in aeiiaiiu to deliver
Ihe book lo Hut i lclk ul tint liuiu re
ijiiiri'd. MullK Hun lll.ll AN SrKAKIMI. Moll,
rurigcr lleriiiaiiii leliirueil to I lilt city
Salorday luun MuUlluan l ('unhy where
he cundiii Id Hucce-hliil meet inns Friday
alii'i nnon ami evening, rt'Hpcctively.
.Mr, Hermann In encoiirageil with the
oiillonk in I Ii ih county uml It-fl Satnrdiiy
iifttTiiiHiu ( ir 1 1 1 1 IhIiuumui.I Furl-Hi drove.
I 'utircHMuniil t ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . t-r i ii 1 1 ll van mi
pounces h meeting Ht Kagle I reek to
morrow night to be aililreHHcl by ex
lioviTiior lieer who will H'-n cpeak Ht
OHwegoHta later date. I'niied States
Seiiatur Fulton w ill deliver an HildreaH to
Hih voters of Huh city some time before
the campaign climes. A conference
Hinoiig the Kepiibliciiil leaders in this
secliuii will hit lie lit within h few days to
map out a program of speaking to be
cm r ieil out in this county.
Wil l. I'oi.i. Fi i.i. Votk. The oclal
ists of C'lackuniaN cutinl t held a iiihhh
meeting at Hi" comt Iiuiih" in thia city
Saturday, and iirranged fur political
Hpeuking by their parly re pit-He ntitlivea
tbroiiifboiit Cliickiimait enmity. Kcv. li.
I'. U' 1 1 Hun will be Hut principal speiiker.
Hit w ill HildresH the people of thin city
May I'd, and Hid intervening time until
election will be Hpeut at vmiuiiH points,
including Sandy, Ciinhv Hiid Highland.
Win itciinl, cuiuiiy chairniali ol Hut So
cialiHt party, preniileil nt the nieeting,
which was ultitiided by about a score ol
pitraoiiH. The SocialiHl puny expects to
poll its lull Hlrengtli in thia county at
Ihe coming election. Al the IiihI kciicihI
election, this party ciihI about 5(H) voles
in this counly.
engagement with theMvrtle I'oint nine
ol that city. Nefzger pitched for years
on Ihe Oregon City nine and was recoil
lild as a muHt ell'ertiva (wirier. His
place on the local learn will be filled by
iirahHin. 1'.. ChIiM, f irmer pilchiir lor
the local players, who recently Itfiiol
Willi llut Whhco team of Kaalern Oii-gon.
Whs in the city Tuesday in search of
l luyera lor the Waaco aggregillun lo
lake the place of a number of men who
Jumped the team. Hit was not Very Hue
ce(ul 1 1 ere for none ol Hie inciiiliers of
the Inline team would leave.
Socmi.iht Ki'kakisii At a meeliiig ol
llut ('hickainas nourit y SocIhIihIs Satur
day allernoon Hrrai'W"inenia were cum-
pic I i-i fur Hih IIi'TuiikIi can vans of the
counly bv Kev. It. F. Wilson, a promi
nent Socialist speaker. Win. I'eanl
presided at Hie meeting as county chair
man. Kev, Wilson will addreas Hie vot
ers of Ibis cily Tuesday evening, May
I'll Other dales have been arranged lor
Wilon In the county as folloni: ha
iiihcih. May '11, 1 :V) p. In. ; Surulv, Mi v
27,7:110 li. m; llighlard. Mav 1'H, 7 .:)
p in. j .SIoIhIIh, May '!',), 7 :.'() p.m.;
Needy. May . '10, 7 p. in. ; New Era,
May 31, 2 . in.
Cii p Comiiiti'inh. The wetkly crop
report for the Willamette valley, under
dale of May 111, has the following refer
ence lo Clackamas county crop condi
tions: A II grain crops have made satis
(ai t TV prngrcHH owing to favorable
weather ; c irn planling about completed ;
fniil also about finished blooming; Pas
ture good ; Hie situation in hop yards is
not improved ; coiimilerahle shortage of
vine in many yard which, It I
thoiigbi, cannot be overcome even with
favorable weather conditions.
Wii.i. Oami' at Amkkican Lakk. Gen
eral Frederick Funston has hotdled the
chamber of coimiutrce of Tacoma that he
baa selected the site Ht American lake,
near Tacoma, lor the encampment of
Ihe regulars uinl the National Guaul of
Washington, I laho and Oregon. Tint
cluiuiher of cimiuii-rct will mii'iire Ihe
perinisitiuii of the ow ner for Hie neces
sary land require.! for maneuvers. He
tween -1M K) and .VMXI men will he in Ihe
next encampment, which will hu early
A SiNot'i.AH ArriiiKNT. Marguerite,
the 10 year-old daughter of C. 11. Juhn-
son, of (iladslnne, met with a singular
accident Saturday. While climbing up
ihe rnnl of a building she lost her l st
ing In falling, the ring on the middle
linger of her left band ought in a nail
on Ihe roof with the result that the digit
was severed at the middle joint, the ring
culling Hie linger of!' as neatlv a though
Hie Hinpiitaliuii had been performed with
a uurgeon' knife.
Okkuos Citv Wox A picked team
from the Seventeenth Infantry, ol Van
couver, w as defeated Ht baseball at t'a
nemali Park Sunday alternoon by the
Oregon Ciiy nine by the store of H to X
The features ol the game were the pilch
ingof Nflzgcrnml the home run by ('alii!-,
both of the local team. About 4K) pen
pie witnessed the game. In the seventh
inning the bx al learn found t'le soldier
twirlerand placed seven additional runs
to its credit.
Is lIoNollOC MllH. I.AWKKNCK. Last
Thursday HflerniHiti Mra. Charles Miller
entertained about thirty Indies al a rag
sewing in honor of her sister, Mrs J. M.
Lawrence, who leaveh soon for Eastern
Oregon lo join her hiiHhand, who lias
been appointed United Stales coiiiiiiIh
sinner, and is located in that section of
the slate A very delightful afternoon
was passed hy Hie ladles, who regret to
have Mrs. Lawrence remove from the
Skwkh Contiiait Aw AKPKII. At a
special meeting of the council Friday
night the contract lor building the sewer
in Sewer District No. Ii, was awarded to
W. K. Kiner.of FortUnd, for tln-MlMO.
The construction of the sewer, which is
about 8.' 4 miles in length, will require
the excavating of about 10,000 cubic
yards of rock mid earth. The contract
was signed this week and under the
UrniH of the agreement, work nuiHt be
Hlurted by June 1. The other bids were
as follows: I.vons A. Gadke, Oregon
City, t0,4-lH r.r ; Jacobson-Hade Com
pany, 1'ortland, $15,404.45; Smyth A
Howard Company, Portland, $10,01)4 45;
F. S. Itaker tfc Miblslino, Oregon City,
$10,0711; Howell A iJitner, Oregon City,
Copnty Bitiooi, Notks. The regular
eighth grade examinations were con
ducted in Clackamas county this week.
A class of about eighty young people
took the examination. The result will
not be announced until the examining
board has completed the grading nf the
papers. County Superintendent Zinser
reports that he has received copies of
the revised school laws of the state for
distribution among the various districts
of the county. Each district ia entitled
to four copies of the school laws which
will be delivered to the clerk upon ap
plication to Superintendent Zinser.
Supplies are being sent out front the
office of county superintendent to the
districts of the county for the annual
nieeting to be held next moiith.
NkfzoekGoes Boutii. Witt, Nef.ger,
of this city, one of the best amateur
baseball pitchers on the Coast, has gone
to Coouille City having made a 'season's
Old Foi kh Wii.i. Sing, An old lolks'
concert will he given at the Cong.ega-
tinnal church early in June under the
Hilspices of the Ladies Aid SiK'iely of
that church. At this conceit the cho
ruses am! anthems that were sung tilty
and a hundred years ago will he pre
sented by a chorus of from thirty lo Tilly
voices. The dam for the entertainment
has not been decided upon, but it will
be early in the month of June.
I!kv. Wn.iu'R Wii.i, Spkak. Ilev. F.
S. Wilbur will deliver a free lecture on
the economic (piesiious of the day, Ihe
cau-e and cure of the strike problem, at
Shivelv's opera bonne May I'll, at 7:30 p,
in. This lecture will lie absolutely free
and hihorii'g men, union and non-union,
should hear liev. Wilbur on this great
question. The ludies are also invited to
attend. Ity order of the committee.
Isji itKii ;n Ki naway S. F. Scrip
lure, a blacksmith of this city, was
thrown from a curt Saturday afternoon
and severely bruised. He was driving
a spirited animal that took fright at a
punning train, becoming Unmanageable,
the horse ran sway. The spring broke
and the driver was thrown to the ground
and dragged for a distance of about 00
Lkii Hadly M tNia.un. The 6 year
old son of F. P. Cross, of this city, wrb
quite painfully injured at Canemah Park
lust Sunday afternoon. He became en
tangled in the cable that operates the
merry-go-round, and the fleshy part of
Ihe left leg below the knee wan seriously
mangled. Dr. Mount was called and
treated the Injury.
Chanok im F:niTOHs. The Silverro
nian, of Silverton, Marion county, has
passed into the hands of a new manage
ment. II. E. Hodges, wbo published
the paper during the tirst year of its ex
istence, has sold the paper to Dr.. A. A.
Leonaid and II. W. leonard, both of
Silverton, who will continue to publish
Wants to be Skcaratkd. Belle Had
dock has brought suit for divorce from
Kodderick Haddock to whom she was
married at Vancouver, Washington,
February 15 laitt. She alleges desertion
following failure to support and nnkind
treatment from the defendant.
8ent to tiis Insane: Asylum. M's.
Sopbronla J. Scliriener, aged about 41
years, of Canemah, waa committed to
the insane asylum Saturday afternoon.
Shewastr Ven to Salem that night by
Past iBg fob Rent. Good pasture
one mile from Oregon City. Inquire of
J. il. Uraw, Bolton.
May 22, 1903.
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Tlio Varwity stylo as first pro
duced and as continued this season
v Hart,' Schafl'ner & Marx, is ad
mitted to o bo the most stylish
snappy sack suit in the market. It
is particularly a stylo that has the
jaunty snappy efloct so highly prized
v the wearer. We are making a
specialty of the right clothes for men
and hoys. Glad to show you
what we mean any day.
W. L. Douglas Shoes are upheld by the men
who sell them and by the men who wear them;
once worn, alwayi worn. Economy lead to suc
cess, and wearing D jugjas Shoe leadi to economy
We have them in patents, box calf, vicis
J. M. PRICB,
Mens Clothier and Haberdasher
Comer 6th and Main Streets
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
J. s -ii . A IT"
mil i, itfcMfc. a O
2,XKJ mileB of ong dis
tance telephone wire in
Oregon, WaBhingtoD, Cali
fornia and Idaho now in
operation by the Pacific
Station Telephone Com
pany, covering 2,250
Quick, accurate, cheap
All the satisfaction of a
Distance no effect to a
clear understanding. .Spo
kane and San Francisco
as easily heard aj Tort-land.
Oregon City office at
Harding Drug Store.
NEW YORK GALLERY g. J. YAUGILN,
on Main Street, opposite
Electric Hotel. Formerly
occupied by the Colnmbia.
E. I. SIAS
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and
All kinds of Repairing neatly done
and warranted. -
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
Double and Single Rigs, and sad
die horses always on hand at the
lowest prices. A corral) connected
with the barn for loose stock.
Information regarding any kind oi
stack promptly attended to by person of
Horses Bought and Sold.
Horses Boarded and
Fed on reason
Kodak and Kodak Developing Machine
Makes Photography very Simple
Put a Kodak in Your Pocket
and slip a Developing Machine in your suit case
and you are prepared to take and finish anywhere
Large Size Kodaks
Kodak Developing Machines
Brownie Developing Machine
from $G.OO to $25.00
$5.00 to $75.00
SG.00 to $ 7.50
$1.00 & $ 2.00
We also have the Toco, Premo, Korona and Century
Cameras, which we offer at greatly reduced prices.
Our Stock of Photographic Supplies is always fresli
We give instructions free. Any one wishing to do
their own work are always welcome to use our dark room
and a full line of Bicycle Sundries
Come m and
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Burmeister & Andresen
THE OREGON CITY JEWELERS