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OUEGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1903
"WUL'N YOU SCC IT IN OUR AD ITS SO"
J. E. SEELEY
Small margin of profit
Frco and prompt delivery
.' Are all marked feature of
Wo invite you to try uh.
C - .r.-
; New To-Day.
C. II. Dye.
Wonky to loan at lowest
, rates. IIkiiiihk A (iwnrrii.
S. S K A M ANN, I'll YSK IAN
ex over naming u nm atom.
MONKY TO LOAN AT tl AND 7
ir rent. I-min aw-mity. U'Ki.n A
CK' lit' UK I..
A (iooll HAUGAIN A llltANDNKW
, I M 1 1 , 1 liHMI-l shotgun fur b.i lt rhriiii.
Impute itt I In' !. ti 1 1-r i -r i tlll'ti.
WANIT.D-l'osltloN A s SUM-. II Y
a In ly nl i rni li. l iilillllv mid lelinc-
Ad. lien M. I'xx 4H, Kly, One
i.onT--mimk hi 1:1: on hi k way
or ut the ( i hi k' i iy.it i' hi I rhiiirli Wed
M' iI.iv even.ng, 1'cc. U.I, a Iimiwii bear
dir. tinder please leave at Eiitcrpri-c
Ill.li . IN A (.1:11-1 UH (OKMCKS IN
tin- W 1 1 1 1 1 k r . 1 liilililini:) liHU-lliri'lmii"
(I .i'v, nlnitl.iiii hihI riiiili'iv irn-
r ' y for Hiiinll""! nii i'.
.MoN I. V Tt 1 1. OA N-1 II A V K h K V Kl( A 1.
IliiiH 1. 1 lli.'liry t-rlmnjlim to priViltr
iii lnhliuil" nh'n li I inn Niiilinri.i"l to
lu.ui, i ii 1'iiitf 111111' ut i ii'l 7 ht o'lit.
Cunt nl loil'l Will I'd llimlK Vi'iy ffllHiili.
ah!. II. K. I ui'im, ll,iriiuy ut law.
I-Oil I I' rvi'ii vi-ai n!i linrxi', Mill
her iin-il liiivvy, n ttoml h in, , iiml
Inn ni'H, hihI Him1 In'"1! milk i''imn.
II lli iiii n -Im, M.tpii' l.niif, Ori'K'Hi.
I) INT I (ll:(iKl'-TIIK It A N I MAS
iimi i ulr h .11 at tl.i' Aim "V k'lvvti hy
Tin.ry'M i ri hi'it r,i New Yt'iir'n Niuht.
1'ivi' k'riiml iii.." A'Iiiiiioii ii'iilH
in in ink 7.'i i-i ht", I I'm-' In in.i-k f ;
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L'5 I I ll'H.
WAN I I.II-A I IM'Sl'W
(lion iii i.r I o ( y in r.i. Ii
iii-f l.ii"iiii' l"r an
I'.'uiity to iiiiim
.1 HlillMll.lk'. A
li.n.. if 'oil. I 1 1 it f 1 -1 .
imu-lit linn li'li- f
$IMill . it i . I hy rliri k
Willi n I'xi'i'iirra ilirt'
k i v cihiiy of
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t Ii" III 1 1 I'M 1 1
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"Ni'ijli'rti'il I'oliU nitikit fat k'lHvi'-yiinl-"
lr. Woo.I'h Norwuy r.iiii Syrttn
lii'lpK tiii'it ami woiitrti to a liappy, vin
orniiit oltl ai.'!.
KloHhill llowt'll Binl ('. S. Itiirtl Ki'i'iirml
a ii.n.riiiiiH lii'fiiHii (rout County I'leik
Win. II. Join' obtiiitii'tl Iii" dual l i'i
zi'IihIiii paptTM front Coiinly Clr.'k
Kleiiilit lat .Monday. Mr. Joni-8 it a
imlivH ol WalfH.
Momlay afternonn t'onnty Jmlk'H UvHn
ollii iatfil at a niarrtaiie (vri'inony that
liinli'il for lilt', Laura llerry atitl J. M.
Hiinh, both of Ihia cotliity. JtldkiO ll)'u
iH hiM oiiiiiiK ipiite an export at tyinil tlie
marital knot ami it in tmld I.a nut only
tit-ii well but Bi'ctirely.
Mm. T. K. Hvan, (Iraml ConiliintreM
ofthelirand CliafXer of the Kaatern
Htar, Kot-B to Ht. Ili'lima tomorrow iuk'H
where hIih will limtall the olliirem of St.
The Salvation Army will have their
ClirlMttitBH tree Christina ni(lit. Speak
inK and aiiiiiiitk- by the cliil'lren. All in
vited to put their preoentH on the Cltriel
ttiHH tree if they bo desire.
Kev. Ward of Hie U. B. clturcli will
preach for the Salvation Army one week
roiMint.ni'ini KriiluV allernoon at three
o'clock p. m. All CliriBliBnB invited to
come to the open air rriday at l:M
The irrand premium offer of the Entei
prine and Weekly Oreonian lor one year,
Includinii a fine world' map, with epa
rate mapa of Oregon, Wanhin(ton anJ
Idaho, all for the um of $'- .25. exptrei
January 1, next, unlets we can make
satisfactory arrangements for ita renewal.
I'ersona desirimr to take advantage of
the offer should send in their suhscrip
tions at once, for we can not guarantee
ii ... . i.ir... itt i. ..I. I .......I (,... w... h
lllltl lllTWM"i "ill lumi ((I""! ll.lf IIIIH I
Year's Day. The map alone ill worth '
'.'.50, or more than the cost of the two j
patser, Including llid premium. ,
llnorgit Tucker, on employ at Mm W. i
I & P. Company's mill, 1 1 m 1 1 lie second i
linger on lint lull hand severely luxnlicij
while at wmk unit ilny last week, i
Tlii first annual meeting of
nl directors ol the Native
liitogMiot i( Oregon, residing In Clacka
mas county, will tin held In tit im city,
MomlHy, lamiary 4.
t 'mi ill y Judge Ryan giaoi to Garfield
next 'I'iu'hi I y night, where a Giand
Ri'ireeutatiV" nl IIih I (). 0. K. lodge
ofOiegon, be will Institute a lodge nf
Odd Fellows. Tim new lodge will have
a charter ineiiilmiship nl about thirty.
Oi.lv a few davs n- hi hi n in which to I
riiIincmIhi lor tin' Knlerprlse mill Dim j
Weekly Orrgoniaii and get llmt prize I
world's limp. Think n It ! You nt the
two papers for h year and , hih i
thrown In fur imlv I-."'), while I tin map I
alone retails fur $2 60. j
Women love a rlcwr, healthy com-1
l I x ii ti . pure liloml in ii k -h ii. mu
llock Blood Hitlers inukn piirn blood.
IUIi IUIi Hull
Rah Halt Hull
Kl'KI'IIIH, KrHllI lll'Hil, IliVl'K, llchiiii't-n
of (Iih ckin nl biiv wirl nmtantly ri'lii-vml,
iorinmii.illy I'lirml. Duati'ii OintiniMit.
At any ilnitf Ioik.
lon't iimk any arraiiart'iiiriila
fur .-w 1 rar' t'.r uutll you
hatr m i n what Ibr I'nllnl Aril-
nun ii rr will-ring, Look at lliej
kill; ahaw rarUa.
itlla Unlln. ., Die 93l, 03.
.1. H I'unliMii. !
ir-oii Orr-, I
4'Kriita Ori lirKlra brl filter I
lul nl rrr gl i-ii 1n i lly
IOII X UMI I V, '
('lialriimii 0ll IVIIom 4'oiiiiiilltr
Willi in xl fi k'a indie Hiiutln-r yiar
will lii'ifin. Tlo-ri' Hr.- ninny :ul-ri ltim
to tin Kiili-ririii who have 'i-r in 1 1 1 l
thrir Hiitim riiiioii to !kihh in mnii1 rait
two or tliti'i) ami III cmiiii' n.Muiirt'ii hi'V-i-ral
)i'iirK. H would r i- j u-m t that
i'Vi-rv ril.rr iiulii thi iliili' that K
I iri ii i-d on llii- liiNt niii ut hia mn-r
tliiK wi'i'k. Tim ilali' ihilii aii'H lhi timn
to wlllill hla Hlllii-rrlitloll im piiul. II
vim an1 in Nin-ara IpIi mh1 rail at IIumiIIW
a' on r ii-nut kh f ilr-irn to rivii
our mlin ii.iioii lil at onrc. We have
Illl-lltlOln-ll tlllt lit II 1 1 IT Olll l lll'InlK th IK
month lull tlu n-"onHH Iih not ht-i-n
what it i-liouhl liavi- tii'i n an. I milM
IIIHlHt Hi ll H'llllf lilti'lllloll tin .iiil lu llllH
III a t tt' r at lini i'.
Tin' wiililiiiti of MiB Kin. a Albright
iiml .Mr. . I H lift W.Ciiilirh, huth of IIiIh
City, tot'k pi.H'e at tint I' liM t 'iiiitt'i'Kti
ti.iiinl i liuicli in IIiIh i lly at S o'clock
Wetlii'-iiliiy rveiiiim, liccivnlifr llH'.t.
licv. K. S ll.i.l.i.k'i r, patoi of Hut locnl
t liilich ipllicuiic.l at II I' cerninouy which
Wits i'lirH 'l I'V a l iikf i olir.-it' inn of
lilt' l.ll'll'U III lilt' COIltlHC! 1 1 b! I'.t I lit r.
An Mi". I. I.. I'oner pl.inl M.'iilclit
Holui'a wi'.l. liiii' niuii li, II"- I'lnliii pwriy j
cnlcri'il the chiircli . 1 1. 1 1 1 mill. 1 lie
. iitii'i.ilt il I v Mr. I.cikilitiiii Kelly, I
.11 I"'-! ll 1 1 : i itntl h iili ill evening illfff,
fii'i'r... Iiulii I Ii" Ifcturi' in mi and wt-.c
jmiii'il at the riistruii: hy tin- niliciuiiiu
c iTyyuiiiii. Tin dude ami In r aMcii'l
iii. i. ciiIitciI lioiii the Irmit tit the
t hunh. Mi-h I'ranifH Fuller, of IVrt
l.iiitl, iiml Mian l Mf A I In I . In , hMlcr nl
il.c briile, piect-ilt d iik (I iw.-r itirla. Fol
low ini! ciuiie lln- lin lt'-iu.i il-, Mi"" llol
l.tml, of Nilein. ami Mi-m S!iciMir.l, ol
lUrl ; .Iih.i l'',llieUyii Allniht, Mater
of the lul le, win the uiiiid nl limi'T mid
caini' lit-x I The hiHle, iltemcd in a
lifiiiltiful coxtiiiiii' of while nilk orn, nolle
over while ailk tair.'ita an.) currying a
lioiilel of wh.ie CiinialloiiH. followed on
the arm of her l.tthei, Cli.m. Allnuht.
All ol the b idtt'ii attendants wen) all ired
in (link. Tim lour unherH, Win. H.
Li'tfim and U 'laml .lackaon, of I'tiriUinl.
ami .Moil liner t'ockiell mid .Iom. (iotnt
fellow , of thia city, hroiiiiht ii the rear
ol the patty. Kev, Holiiniter pronounced
n brief and inipreiwive ceretnoiiv unit at
the cloe about sixty ol the immediate
relative and intimate Irlelulit of the
yoitnit couple lepairetl to the home of
the hriile'a parents where a reception
w ai Ic tillered.
The Alhiiuhl l.ome wiih prellily decor
ated in Oregon (irape, Hinilnx and maitl
enhairlern, Mrs. II. S. .Moodv liavint!
clniriie ol the ilecoratioiiM. I'ink ami
Kteen were eini.loyed with nood ell'ecl in
the parlorB w hile the tlttiiuif room was in
white and uret'ii. The britial party occu
pied a lurne Utile while relreHliinentH
were servetl and the other KiteatH were
Seated Hi smaller tahlex. In the division
of the fortune cake .Miss lletta Stuart, of
Albany, received the thimble. The rinu
was captured by Miss Flmn. slso of Al
bany. Mien ItrotiKhtou. of I'tirtland, irot
the button and Mr. I.einbton Kelly found
therein. Miss llrniiifhton, of rortland,
also fstiKht II e bride'e boitipiet. The
yonnK couple receiveil a larjte nnmln'r of
rich and coetly piesenlB.
The hritle is the eldest daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Albright, and has re
sided all her I fe in this city. She is a
very estimable vonnd woman and her
friends are legion. Tim groom is the
son nf Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler Church
and isdesei vetlly jiopular in Oregon City,
w hich he has limp claimed as ins notne,
lla ! stationed at Kind. WasninKton,
n, I Itt In the eintilov of the Portland
Flonrinar Mills Company. Altera nriet
visit in thesfl parts, Mr. and Mrs. Church
will tto to Lind and take tip their resi
dence carrying with them the sincere
wishes of their many friendB for much
It's up to yon to tell how mnch money
Is contained in the Enterprise pri
money coolest jar. Send in youi mien
at once, tint don't forget to accompany
vour eBtimat with the necessary remit-
j tam e .of $1.60 on subscription.
and Glassware at cost. Our
future. We invite visitors,
i -i nit
nrirrr-CTrif nTTSXTOB VI I. iimU'-flJaau
J. Km-.-, "f I-'"''. ''' a viB'"or to
Oregon Citv Monday.
Mrs. S. A. 'tiB" ba returni'd from a
visit Ht San Krmii'iM O.
John Sh:in..ott, of i'.'Mver Cnvk. was
in the city hist sa'urd ty.
Michael K.ol.1. ol Citrus, was doinn
hiismess in this city Salur'Uy.
Mrs llohert tiiniher, ol N"t"ly, bs u
visitor to Oregon City Saturday.
C. I. I.iiti'n.ettf, the a'tornev, was in
AU'Vilean, W'H-httik'to.., ttds week.
1 1. V ti .ilmli U. Ill Astoria,
iied with itieinlt in
Oii'iioii (My during
Mrs. Frank IVI'an..
vititittif with li'-r parents,
T F. Cowing.
Mr. Allen, of the . '
i. am iiili the iltests Ht
of Taconm. i"
Mr. and Mrs.
paitv l.itt Fiitlsy night.
Win. Ilowers and Cas. Tull
....... in ili citv lust week on
, of H.irlow,
to Kverctt, Washington.
Frank C. II ill. of Tin.-kee. ('alifornin.
i-f.pen.lit.L- the Cliristtims se.iHin wuh
Mr. and Mr". K. I. Johnson.
Hon. W. V.. (tmci, of Haker City, i
in the citv on a viMt to his brother, O.
W. (ii.ii-e. who l seriously ill.
l'r,,f 1 1 T. McCatin has so far recov-
eri'il Iroin ins recein nn
l e w us able
his week to visit Ins school
Cilitinhiis Stevens has ret.irnetl
Salt Lake win re for the last two years
im whs employed on a railroad construe-
Mr. and Mrs. J. I Kint.ml and child.
nf Seattle, are visiting at the home ot
Mrs. Kintniil's parents, Mr. and Mrs. i.
Prof. II K. Winches, principal of the
schools at Catibv. was B visitor to tus
city Saturday, when he subscribed for
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Uibee were at
McMinnvtlle last Friday to attend the
funeral of Mrs I.ticy Cowles, a pioneer
resilient of that city.
II. C. Mount, of Stlverton, represeni
ing the hop buying firm of Adolph
M Son of tliat place, was in
the city the
latter part of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. James C. Ketirten, of
Taeoma, are visiting at the homes of
their daughters, Mrs. Win. and Mrs. Ed
SI.eahan, in this city.
Rim linram arrived in the city the
lmter nart of lat week for a visit
nt.l friends. Diiram for the
years has been in Alaska.
(ienrite Kertson, whe was formerly en
gaged in the cigar business in this city
but is now located at Portland, wasa visi
tor to this city last Saturday.
Mrs. Smnuel Finlcy and child have
gone to Sacramenio, California, where
they will join Mr. Ftnley. who has pro
ceeded, them, and will reside there.
Miss Angie Villiams and Misa Martha
Koerner, who are attending the atate
university at r'uitene, are home for the
holiday vacation with their parents.
Miss Loretta Stuart arrived in the city
Wednesday from Baker City for a brief
visit at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Norris.
Mi.a Stuart is emnloved as teacher in
the Baker City Public Schools and is en
route to her home at Albany for the holi
Attorney Oilbert L. Hedges was in
Salem lat Thursday before the supreme
court. Mr. Hedges was associated with
Judge A. 8. Bennett, ot The Dalles, In
the case of Rebecca Torney vt. the
Southern Pacific Railroad Company
argued Thursday before the supreme
court. The plaintiff was injured about
two years ago while walking to her borne
Furniture, Carpets and Rugs
and are glad of a chance to show
above CanHitiBl. l,y h-ini? .truck by
sin k nf wood which fell f.om the tender
of the locomotive. The circuit court
iiere awarded her $4:525 danisges for the
it jury, and the railioad company ap
lie. e I the case to the supreme court.
Miss E la Bdley, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. V. l. liailev. of (JiBilstolie. ha n-
luri rit Iroin an extended vieu in r.a.eru
M ivor Cirant B Dimick went to f?a-
I I . , : I m ut.
tent ins. rr. mv ",, "'
leilOI'll IOM lllll.'e, llini nnn & -j
the Young Men's R. publican Club in
honor of the restoration to the Republi
cans of the management of municipal
sITYiin in the Capital City.
E. V. Carneiiter. of Stafford, and A.
Thompson, "t Cla. kamas were in the I
citv la-t Saninliv when they callett -t
Hie Kntri'ie olli 'e and renewed their
ihscriptio'is. They are among the many
residents of the county wtto appreciate a
go. d county paper.
Fritici" (tallowtv. Jack I.stotirelte,
(ionloi. Mooresattd Pott Meltlrnm. of the
I'niveiaity of Oregn, Merrill and (ier
triiile M' sires and John Knapp, of the
Stale Agricultural college at Curvsllis,
and Arthur puete. of Pacilie University
at Forest Grove, are home to spend the
F.ank Newton left Monday night for
PhilndclpliH and New York City where
for some lime he will visit his old cont
ra. les, inenib' is of the Ninth Infantry.
Mr. Newton expects at a later dateto goto
Mexico w het" he w ill accept a position as
phv-iciiin in a Hospital. His many friends
in Oiegon City wish for him a safe trip
and niil.o.inilid success in whatever field
nf labor he niflv be engaged in.
Yu Hit You fun.
You can be a strong man or woman
bv Inning the g.eat nerve tonic, Palmo
Tablet's, sold by Howell & Jones. They
stake you sleep and grow (at.
Drs. Beatie & Boatie LWuiists.
1, J7, 18." W'eihard building. -
Stanford Glee Club.
"The spirit of rollicking mirth and
college cheer was in the air at the Los
Angeles Theater last night, when the
Stanford (ilee and Mandolin Clubs gave
another of their annual concerts, which
have come to he looked forward to by
the people of these regions, much as
is Christinas and Thanksgiving Pay.
The lads were as jolly as ever, and cre
ated considerable tun before the evening
was over, besides rendering a number of
pleasing t Nctions in the vocal and in
The hit of the performance was made
bv Messrs. Baker and Bush, who gave a
side-splitting burlesque on grand opera
at lite piano, and again convulsed me
audience with their "Tired" song, which
was given as an encore. They were
compelled to reappear several times,
ending their "turn" with a lively dance,
in which the hoys took turns playing
the piano while the other danced."
Lo Angeles Times.
They will give a concert in Armory
Saturday, Dec. 2d, under the direction
of Miss Mary Conyets. The program
will begin at 8 o'clock, and will be fin
ished off with a a cial time and dance.
The Armory will be beautifully decorated
and comfortable seats provided. Ad-
miwi'in 50 cents.
Prescott KalTnTi'lsrli a rUmragtiilty
ol obstructing a highway by a jury in
justice court Tuesday afternoon. The
prosecution and conviction of Kalbfleisch
on this charge was the outgrowth of the
fight that has been made against the
building of the celebrated Fanton road
in the Carus neighborhood. The estab
lishment of this road by the county court
has been fought for five years but in
every instance suits brought to defeat ita
construction have been frustrated in the
courts. At its last session, tha county
court, relying oo the decisions of the cir
cuit court in which the subordinate body
appeared to have been justified in every
action it had taken, ordered the road to
be established. It is said the highway
was lai J out and one or more teams had
passed over the road when the defendant
Oregon City, Oregon
We're After Your Money
We have several ways of inducing
people to give up their dollars.
For one, we conduct our business on
the most progressive lines. Then
we carry a stock so large that there is wide room for choice.
We move our goods so rapidly that the stock is always new. No
"has-beens" or "left-overs." It is our intention to make a
Clean Sweep in our Toy Department we will not handle any
more toys in the future and will sell all TOYS AT COST or
LESS THAN COST. We will also
marked down. It is our intention
what a nice store and stock we
IX OUR ELEGANT NEW STORE
We are located in our large new store and with a
larger and more complete stock ol belter goods, are
better prepared than ever before to furnish you just
what you want at prices lower than the lowest.
. I J
' TLfiJtLLiLtLLLLLLLitLL'ttLtttLLitL tKLtttk.tLtfc:tk;Tiri1TS3
Kalbtle'ch and other interested prop
erty owners in the vicinity of the pro
D isetl road sought to obstruct the road
way. I'epuiy Prosecuting Attorney J.
U. Campbell appeared for the state and
the defendant w as represented by C. H.
Dve and H. E. Cross.
Xot a minute should be lost when a
child shows symptoms ol croup. Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy given as soon
as the child becomes hoarse, or even af
ter the croupy cough appears, will pre
vent the attack. It never fails, and is
pleasant and safe to take. For sale by
G. A. Harding.
Rah Rub R h
Rah Rah Rah
'Itj- Treasurer"! Notice.
Notice is hereby given that there are suf
ficient funds on hand in the general fund
of Oregon City to pay all outstanding
warrants endorsed prior to .May 3, 1901.
Interest ceases w ith date of this notice,
Dec. 25, '03. F- ' Meyer,
"t, City Treasurer.
That Throbbing Headache ,
Would quickly leave you, if you used
Dr. King's New Lite Pills. Thousands
of sufferers have proved their matchless
merit for sick and nervous headaches.
They make pure blood and build up
health. Only 25 cents, money hack if
not cured. Sold by Charman & Co.
To Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Midlam, of Ca
nemah, Saturday, December 19, a
To Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Mead, of Mt.
Pleasant, Tuesday, December 15, a son.
To Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Franklin, of
this city, Thursday, December 17, a son.
To Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dempster, Wed
nesday, December 16, twin boys.
Nen Photngraplier at I'anby
J. (!. Stratford, a photographer of long
experience and unquestioned ability, has
opened a gallery for a short time in the
Zolner building at Canby. The same
class oi work will be done as in the best
gallaTies in Portland, and the first thirty
ys only a special oner oi a tine por
trait worth $3 will be given free with
best grade cabinets. Cloudy weather as
goody as tny. Don't wait.
Card of Thauks.
To the many friends and neighbors
who so kindly aided us during our fath
er's sickness, death and burial, we wish
to return our sincere thanks for the ex
pression ot their sympathy and benevo
lence. Fbask Ronald,
Real property and chattel mortgage
loans. Abstracts furnished.
Q. B. Dimick, Atty. at Law,
Oregon City, Or.
Not This Way
sell all our Fancy Crockery
to carry less stock for the
Main St., OREGON CITY
a SURE CURB
for Blind. Blcrd-
lni and lulling files. It abbortis the tumors, allays the
lu hitu' ut once, tru es lnslunt re!let. Kvery box Is warranted. Soli
bv druL-gisis. Sent It mii'l on ret-eipt of price. 60 cents and 1.0
pe-r box. WILLIAilS XL2Q. CO., Props.. Cleveland, Ohio.
For Sale at HUNTLEY'S
And in this connection we would
heg to remark that our store is
heailquatters for all holiday deli
cacies. We have a complete line
of Fancv and Staple Groeries.
Our etock is new. Our goods are
fresh. Right goods at right
prices and fair dealing is Hie basis
on which we do business.
We are not selling below cost,
but are giving our customers
groceries as cheap as they
can be bought in Oregon
City. Orders promptly
tilled and delivered to
any part of the city.
Horton & Jack
Seventh St., Opp
i none so. loo-t
Y". 1 -V. . rt.. .
We issue drafts payable in
all the principal cities of Eu
rope and make them payable
in such money as is used in
the place where the drafts
are to be cashed. Whenever
you have occasion to send
money abroad you can do it
through this bank both easily
BANK OF OREGON CITY,
OREGON CITY, OREGON