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OREGON" CITY ENTEHPKISE, .FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1910.
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.J quart Wttlaa of GENUINE
J. CYRUS NOBLE direct to you
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Vou must have the best guaranteed to be absolutely pure Med in wood and
We buy CYRl'S NOBLE direct from the distillers have bouthi it (or 4 yean.
Don't let Ihem sell ou sotncthirS eKe "just ai (ood."
buy the bct it's the eheaest in the Ion run. Itottlcd by the dutillen.
Guaranteed to the I ruled Stales Government and to you to contain nothing except
pure straichl acd wlmACy.
For the hrsl time since ISM (44 y ears) in such sections as the public is un.hle to
purchase Ci RI S NOIII.E we ill sell vou direct 4 quart bottlea foe 54.9ft
No danier ol rehllcd hollies but the C.fcM 'INIi ORL'S NOULi: the best
made, the best selling brand in the whole world.
W. J. VAN SCHUYVER & CO.. 1 05-! 07 Scond Street. Portland. Ore.
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CUT aT TMts UMC AND MAIl TO-OAY mmm-
W. J. Van Schuy-w A Co, Pwfa. 0.
Eadod plrue and $4.90 k xhich piraK ml ale at cact b; apnm. prffl four quart
GENUINE CYRUS NOBLE.
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NEWS OF THE COUNTY
There Is going to be a moving pic
ture show Tuesday evening.
Jay Dlx was out in Clarkes and
bought a load of oats.
Sam Elmer is putting up a new line
fence between Elmer Lee and his own
place. Ed Hettman finished his clear
ing for Sam Elmer the other day.
Mr. Lindau and family spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Klein
smith. AJbert Baurer helped Alex Scher
ruble clear last week.
Elmer Lee butchered nine hogs and
Henry Klelnsmlth assisted him.
V. H. Wettlaufer Is digging his po
tatoes. Some of them are pretty bad
Elmer Lee took a load of hogs to
town last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Schermble went back
home to Portland.
Elmer Lee has started to plow.
Mr. Gerber's brother, who came
from Manitoba last week to make a
visit here returned home Tuesday1
Mr. and Mrs. Malloy went to Port
land last week to the home for old
Mrs. W. G. Hall is out to the Sup
erior saw mill visiting a week with
her sister, Mrs. Nora Carrlco and fam
ily. Mr. and Mrs. Osmon entertained
company from Portland Sunday.
Miss Buckner is visiting with her
grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gorbett,
visited relatives in town Sunday.
Mr. Harmon was on the sick list
Dorotha and Brunetta Hamm are
sick with symptoms of measles. Dr.
Mount was called, but we have not
heard his decision.
Lymon Mack had the misfortune to
loose a horse last week.
Miss Floy Stewart is on the sick
list and did not come to school this
Mrs. Retta Seabolt, of Mt. Tabor,
was the guest of Miss Ella Darling
The Primitive Baptists will hold
services at the Mountain View church
next Saturday afternoon and on Sun
The Mountain View Hose Company
No. 4 held their regular meeting last
Monday evening. Just after the bell
was rung for the meeting a fire was
discovered on Mr. Schwack's house,
which caused quite an excitement, but
it was only the flue burning out.
Miss S. M. Graham went to Portland
Mr. Darby spent Friday in Port
land on business.
Mr. J. L. Lai sen has been quite !
ill for a few days. !
Miss Eva Baker has' returned to!
Portland, after visiting with her par-
ents a short tim. j
Miss Dora Seeley has been on the I
sick list for some time and her many I
friends hope she will soon be well !
Miss Marlon Young Bpent some days;
in Portland last week. I
Miss Ruth Reed, of Tualatin, visit-1
ed with Cora Brobst, on Sunday last.
Mrs. Stluebaugb. returned on Mon-j
day to her home near Oregon City, j
after visiting with some of her old I
neighbors and friends near Wilson
ville for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Y. Berthlme i
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V'V J"1 ntr $3.50
i,f'i;"y- .IJtUsr Cra 5.00 :
A 'y-iVi, XGold Fillinna I.UU :
. X.r ,. - .i'Enair.il Filling 1.00 i
Inlay Filling 2.50
-,v V ' i pum 8.00 1
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n nisi unitHNfi m wttiM Psinleis Ertr'tion .50
WORK GUARANTEED FOR IS YEARS
pBtnlM Jtrtu.'iiori Fn e v, hon rittLefi or bri'igo work
to on It-red. OuuiuJtat.on V"0 canruit ot lwtt4f
mnU-m work dnnn an wbi'ro. Jtlluurk fullyninr
aiiwrri. WofWneli (trie oyoipmi-iit. Heat i-"iboi.
Wise Dental Co,
TuiiuiaWAHH.Hia, PORTLAND, OREGON
Omcl novka: A. M. la I. at. iudaa, tut.
entertained Portland relatives from
Friday until Monday.
Mr. Kelso has been 111 with stomach
trouble for some time.
The Methodist revivalists, who have
been holding meetings in Tualatin
and other neighboring villages, are
coming to Wllsonvllle soon and have
already engaged the A. O. U. V. hall
for their services.
Rev. Snyder, of Beaverton, preach
ed at Hood View last Sunday.
Cnas Calkins has a new gasoline
engine and is sawing wood in the
The Mothers' Club of Coral Creek
school held Its regular monthly meet
ing on Friday last in the school house,
and are planning to give a basket
social some time In the near future.
The Ladies Aid Society of Wilson
ville met with Mrs. Brobst on Thurs
day last and held a very enjoyable
The young folks of Graeme district
gave a very pleasant surprise party
to Miss Etta Smith on Saturday eve,
the occasion being planned to cele
brate Miss Etta's birthday. Refresh
ments were served and games and
dancing enjoyed by the merry-makers.
Those present were Misses Mae Bak
er, Pearl Baker, Esther Nendel,
Frances Wall, Etta Smith and Messrs
Harry Tompkins, Will Baker. Sydney
Baker, George Stahlnacher, Ray Bak
er, Roy Nendel, Chas Butson, Arthur
Rowe, John Biggs and Philip Calkins.
The Wilsonville Basket Ball team
did itself proud again on Saturday
evening last, the home team defeat
ing the Hubbard team in the splen
did count of 15 to 10 points. The
The basket social that followed the
game was a very jolly social affair
as well as being a profitable part of
the evening for the home team, whose
net proceeds for the evening amount
ed to fifty-six dollars. The line up
of Wilsonville team was as follows:
Chas. Ridder and Frank Darby, for
Mallory and Frank Stangle, gaurds.
Wilsonville people are to be congra
tulated upon their loyality to the
young men of the village, In their
efforts to have "something doing"
that is worth while.
Tiie game of basket ball played
Friday evening of last week between
the Golden Seals and Clackamas re
sulted in a score of 16 to ID in favor
of Clackamas. After the game supper
was served. The Clackamas team has
emraued the Odd Fellow's hall for
Monday evening, an old fashioned
Pound Party was held at the home
of Rev. J. L. Jones, pastor of the
Congregational church. Alxmt forty
five guests were present and the time
passed pleasantly in conversation,
music and games. Refreshments
were served by the Ladles Aid. Many
substantial tokens of good will were
donated for the benefit of the pastor
ond his family.
Active preparations are In progress
for the reception and entertainment,
of the Clackamas County Teachers'
Association which convenes here on
Saturday, January 22.
There is an urgent need that the
several telephone lines in this locality
should incorporate. Thus far, at sev
eral meetings held It has been Im
possible to harmonize opinions and
Mr. Holland met with a serious ac
cident Monday while cutting wood
in the tlmher near C. I. Street's resi
dence. His ax glanced, striking his
foot and making a severe cut. Dr.
Norris, of Oregon City was hastily
summoned to dress the wound, before
the patient could be taken to his
Miss Ethel Mather Is making a
visit with friends in Vancouver. Miss
Isabeile Mather Is visiting is visit
ing at Hood River.
After our unusual cold spell, the
weather changed to rain on Monday
afternoon, accompanied by high winds,
which sometimes came in such gusts
it seemed enough to take off the roof,
and one particular gust more vicious
than I he rest blew down the old school
house across the road from the new
one. It formerly occupied the site of
the present commodious building, and
was moved by the boys of the neigh
borhood and used for various literary
purpose, and finally passed into1 the
hands of the Workmen, who used It
as a lodge room until the raise In dues
broke up the society. Then Mr. and
MrB. Watts used it for a dwelling
house the two years they taught our
school, hut last year the vandals of
the school of which every district Is
possessed of, some bombarded it one
day with rocks and clods until about
every pane of glass was demolished,
Estacadu and Eastern Clackamas
Some considerable t Ik is hoard 111
(his vicinity of t U' nrtli'le which late
ly appeared In the Ori'Kxnlnn anil
the suggestion that all Clacktium
County Norllt of tbo Clackamas riv
er should be annexed to and made
a part of Multnomah Comity. In the
matter of good roads l.te suggestion
takes kindly to the elf:te of the
people and il Is move especially
brought home when the roads soul It
of Gresham In our county are compar
ed with those north of Givsham In
Multnomah county. Of course It Is
a long way round for the people bore
to reach the county seat but we are
In hopes that the oiiterprlslng people
of the vicinity of the county seat will
soon wake up to the Importance of
this sootton and help us secure an
other electric line which will run on
the . south side of the river and to
Oregon City. Our county, with Its
widely diversified Interests and large
tracks of standing limber, Us fruits
and farm products, should soon be
covered with a net work of electric
railways and with the almost utillin
tied water power to draw from,
should soon be giving Us people the
cheapest and best pathways of trav-l
el to reach the markets and to at-1
tend to their affairs at the county
seat. The possibilities In the near
future aro so grout that the people i
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Will lie UHI UUSJ li.' iiniin' tii'vii ni'-
propositlon of annexation or division
and an early movement to build up
our highways and Improve our na
tural resources will result In more
development and give us more not
riety and tienetlt. and make us a
greater county than lies within lh'
boundaries of Oregon.
What we want Is more intimate as
sociatlon with the views of helping
one another, motv concerted action
for the benefit of all than for one par
ticular city or locality. Our Commer.
cial organizations should get together
as a county organization and meet to
gether and discuss these matters and
as Oregon City Is the tlrsi and fore
most and most vitally interested, we
look to her to Initiate the movement
that will unite us all In the Interests
of what we have within our boun
daries nnd how to Improve them.
Preston Bros., of Eagle Creek sold
a hog last week weighing In the neigh
borhood of 530 pounds and received
a check for the sum of ji'.O :a In pay
ment for the pig.
Frank Bates, of Damascus, has been
spending the week with his brother
J. K. Cassldy has finished the in
terior decoration of the Nora Hale
Looney church and Is now working
on the interior of the new residence
of Walter Snuflln.
Mr. Dims was In Portland the past
week. He hauled a load of pork for
the Portland markets.
Mr. and Mrs. Langdon were guests
of Mr. and .Mrs. Boswell over Sun
day. E. C. Hunt has ordered the lum
ber for a two story frame building
which he contemplates erecting on
his lots on Main Street.
George Steele, State Treasurer and
also President of the Estacada Slate
Bank was a visitor In our city dur
ing the later part of the week.
The next meeting of the Pomona
Grange will be held at Sprlngwater
Grange in March.
Mr. Standlsh has purchased twenty
acres of fruit land from E. Krelg.
haum and will Immediately take pos
session of the tract. Part of the land
is already planted to apples and Mr.
Standlsh will put out a large number
of strawberry plants. The price per
acre is about $175. the highest price
yet paid for fruit land In this district.
The residents of Estacada resolv
ed themselves Into a large theatre
party, hired a special car and went to
Portland to see Florence Roberts.
W. A. Heylman and E. W. Harriett
were in Salem Friday on business
with the State Officials.
Mrs. J. J. Gibson has sold her colt
to Ernest Gellbricht, 'of New Era.
Jess Hepler went out with Ills
hounds Saturday, and brought home
a big porcupine. Thene animals are
very rare in this part of the country.
Franz Kraxberger, our popular mail i
carrier, who has been ill for two
weeks, has about recovered.
Jim Lamour is working at Charlie
Ralph and Allen Gribble are in
Mr. Baldwin and CIs Grim spent
Sunday in Mullno.
John Harms entertained a Jolly
crowd at progressive pedro, Sunday
At. the annual meeting of the Doug-
lass Ridge Mutual Telephone Com-'
pany last week, In addition to Alex-;
ander Baker being elected President;
the following officier were elected:
Walter Douglass, vice-president: II i
S. Gibson, secretary, and W. F. Doug-1
lass, treasurer, the last two named j
being re-elected. The Hoard of Man-1
agers are R. B. Gibson, Fred Hoff
meister and J. W. Cahlll, who was ,
elected to succeed J. P. Woodle. j
The Committee appointed for the i
purpose have made satisfactory ar-1
rangcrnents with the Estacada Tel- j
ephone Company and we will soon j
have the convenience of a central. ,
Our enterprising and energetic1
young neighbors, (.'laud Woodle and
Sherd Jones, have been and are now j
Mrs. John Sweeney, of Stevenson,
Wash., is ihe guest of her (laughter,,
Mrs. W. F. Douglass.
Fred Ely and family have moved
from Barton to Eagle Creek lo reside.1
and the poor old sightless wreck stood
there a menace to Hie children who
played in and about It.
But few remain in tint neighborhood
who helped build it by volunteer work
In the fall of 187-'!, and by counting in
TOWER'5 FISH BRAND
i i i mi ni. r o '
will give you full value
for every dollar spent
and keep you dry in
the wettest weather.
AJ.TOWER CO. BOSTON. U.S.A.
Towei Canadian Co. uMirrs tobohto cam
Klrvvood Telephone Co., at Its reg
ular meeting held January 15, per
fected Its plans and will slart oponv
tlon at onco. The necessary material
was ordered, auil wo will soon bo
hallooing hnloo! for all that Is In
The debate at Firwood Saturday
evening was decided In favor of Sim
.1. G. IV Sharer and K. D. llarl
went to Portland the Hist of the
Victor and lH'u Itodley went to
Portland Saturday to purchase apple
trees. They exixvt to plant about ten
acres tills spring.
John llrttsh mdo a business trip
lo Portland Tuesday
Hello Central! We have almost
got our 'phones lu All we lack Is
having the poles out and set up and
the wire strung mid the hello boxes
Our snow Is itll gone now and we
are enjoying some of the linn things
for which Dover Is noted.
Chas. A. Keith has been Improving
some of bis land, which Is greatly
Increasing his fanning area.
Our Sunday School under the sup
ervision of Mr. Joseph IvSbiuor Is
showlngsotuo Improvements of faith
ful work. Everybody Is Invited to
Klex Hews made a Hying trip to
Sandy last week
0. A. Keith also went to Sandy this
Itovor was shocked by the noise
that was heard within Its limits one
nlcht last week.
Mrs. Alex Hews Is still on the sick
list, but we all hope for her speedy
Grandma DcSlufcr Is somewhat Im
proved since hist writing, but very
Augustine Miller left Sunday for
the li'celne camp.
George Wolfe has been quite sick.
hut Is Improving at this writing. '
Walter Kltjnilller Is contesting for
a future quiet life here In Dover in
Mr. Hart, of Firwood. was seen
upon Dover Avenue last Sunday As
we suppose looking over some of our
At a meeting of the Dover Mutual
Telephone Company held January U
it was decided to connect with the
Kstacada company at the Grango hall
near Alspaugh. Mr. Heed anil Mr.
Cary, of Estacada. were In ntteto
dance and made us a very fair offer
to enter their city. We Intent! to
have the line In operation before,
II. G. Huntington and wlfo were
callers at Dover last week, looking
over their recent purchase, Mr.
Huntington Intends to put a force of
men to work clearing land soon.
Just watch IViver grow.
Snow still continues to be our only
Miss Mary Hs. one of our school
students, has gone to Sellwood to
work. Wo all wish her success.
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Woodle have
moved upon tilr Homestead.
The Mt. Hood Umd Cotnp.iny Is
having its land surveyed, which Is
being done by Comity Surveyor Hun
gate. C. A. Keith made a .rip to Sandy
one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Miller who lived on
Water's place have moved to Sandy.
Mrs. Alexander Hews bus been on
Ihe sick list for the past week.
What Is Dover's telephone ring?
Our R. F. D. from Eagle Creek has i
not started yet. but we expect It I
through this spring.
David Miller was on the sick list
Joseph DeShazer, one of our sue-1
cessful farmers, has a good cropi
growing diirlnr; the cold season. I
We are sorry to bear that Grandma '
DeShazer Is quite feeble at present, j
Listen' Dover Is going to have n
We Invite everybody to attend otir
Sunday School every Sunday at 3 1
o'clock P. M. !
The traffic on the Dover roud is i
somewhat short this winter with very j
Dover is noted for Its healthy oil-)
mate, good locations, and the futuroj
prospect of a great fruit growing tils-1
trlct. It is growing right along and
expects a gnat future.
It. has been stated that our school
capacity will have to be enlarged In
a short time, which means a great ad
vancement to any community.
The frost is gone and now we will
have rain to interfere with plowing.
It seems that the weather man In
Portland could arrange to do with a
very little rain, 88 we must have
fall last November.
The mule teams are still hauling
those big loada of lumber which are
very bad for the road since the thaw.
Mr. Schrck, the dairy "Hpector"
bus been lewe and says that Clacka
nms daries more a little higher than
those of Washington County, so far
as he has worked them. Mr. Scbrock
will speak at the next meeting of
Harding Gunge and Judge Dlinlck
will probably lecture on the good
Kd A. II' ineck was out from Port
land last week, In the Interest of the
M. II. A. lidge and a substantial
Increase iii membership will be the
Mr. Vincent Is getting along well
since bis recent severe Injuries.
Mrs. Pete Lirson, now of Willamette,
and a'Mrs. names, the wife of a coal
burner, who was employed by the Iron
Ik Steel Co. and lived near where
Mr. John W anker's house now stands,
IS scholium of school age, were count
ed In to draw public money, 17 boys
and girls attended school that winter;
four girls and the rest boys, but
children rcw old enough to attend
and by ira I think an addition was
necessary, and 15 feet was added to
one end. II. E. Hayes, now of Ore
gon City, did the work for $:i, and
the people got up a party to pay for
it. But. old things pass away and
are soon forgotten, ami when the de
bris is cleared awuy the old building
will pass from the memory of man,
like the builders thereof, who ore
mostly nearlng tho allotted age of
Mrs. Schatz is a good deal better.
Her daughters take a week about,
coming home to help her.
Coal for Sale.
rtpuf medium. Mendota sacked coal
at $S per ton, Oregon City Commis
We Have bad quite a change In tho
weather the past few days and the
frost Is most all out of tho ground
now. It is mining and blowing In
good old webfool stylo today.
Mr. ami Mrs. WooitsldcK left last
Friday fur their new home lu llentoii
Mr. Scbauiel U sawing wood with
bis gasoline outllt In this neighbor
hood with Fred Wallace us assistant.
V. J. Gary and wife wero visitors at
Ihe 11. A. Howard home last week.
C. T. Howard has bought Mr. Wood,
It is reported that Mrs. WllUe Is
.Misses Kate, Iuei and Gladys Stiod
grass and Miss Vesta Churchill were
calling on Mrs. Claud Asliby laiit Sun
J. A. liuvls Is helping his sou Oru
to clear land this week.
Mr. Hruner lias been plowing for
Dell Trullliiger tho past wwk.
Mr. Wallace is on the sk-k list be
ing threaten,', with pneumonia.
Mr. and .Mrs. Mclaughlin were vis
iting at Mr. Murray's across tho river,
1'nif. A. A. Ilaldwln uttd CIs Grliiiiu
were visiting ul Mr. Wullaie's Sun
day. ijultc a number of our cllletis have
their telephone poles out ready to set
by February 1st.
Mr. Mallatt lias been appointed road
boss In our district and we expect lo
have good roads next winter.
Came Near Choking to Death.
A little boy. tho son of Chris. D.
Peterson, a well known resident of
the village of Jacksonville, Iowa, had
a sudden and violent attack of croup.
Much thick stringy phlegm cutn up
after giving Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. Mr. Peterson says: "I think
he would have choked to death had
we not given him this remedy." For
sale by Huntley Bros. Co.
A NEW ELECTRIC LAMP
Portland Railway Light
& Power Company
147 SEVENTH STREET
F0R COUGHS AND COLDS
CURES" THROAT" LUNG
SAVED IICR SON'S LIFE
My ton Rex wi tskn down yr ago with lung- trouble. Wt
doctored some months without Improvement. Then I began giving
Dr. King'! New Discovery, and I soon noticed change for the bottei.
1 kept this treatment up fur fear weekt and now my ton It perfectly
well tnd workt every day. MRS. SAMP. RIPPEK, Ava, Mo.
SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY
JONES DRUG CO.
If the court does not sue that the
road lending to Oregon City from Red
laud Is fixed soon the town people
iiniHt go hungry mid the farmers with
out elotliltig, as we cannot go to town
much more over the road. It Is al
Mr. Spilths has two boys sick. One
was working In Oregon City and was
taken lo the hospital nt Portland, lie
bus pneumonia, and tb tuber Utile
fellow nt home Is very sick, Dr. Mount
was called mid It Is feared ho lias
A of our young people were In
vited to Mr. Stone's lust Saturday
to hear a Vlctrola, which Mr. Claude
Sumo had shipped from llolse, Idohtt,
which ho hud lu his restaurant. It
Is a tine limtrtiment. coating about
I'.'Otl. The young folks that were
there enjoyed the music fine.
The following pupils of Fir Grove
school are prepiiilug to (tike the ex
amination of the Mb grade; Miss
Ada llrock. Edward Morgtin. Earl
and Tom Allen Mr. Kerr will over
see the work.
Dr. Bell'i Plne-Tr-Honey
Is a household word In every state
In the union as well as In acveral for
eign countries. For Grippe, Coughs,
E. P. Elliott & Company
All kinds of
FARM, CITY PROPERTY
5tratton llldg. Oregon City. Ore.
MORE ECONOMICAL THAN
any carbon filament lamp.
can be used in
60c AND $1.00
Colds, Asthma and throat troubles It
Is the Host. Sold everywhere. Is'k
for (lie Hell on the llottle. For sale
by Jones Drug Co.
1.1st of unclaimed letters nl the Ore
gon City I'ostotllce for Ibe week end
ing January Jl :
Woman's list - llarlnlk, Klsle; Irby,
IIchhIc: Si. wart, Marie Gil: Sullivan,
Mrs. I ; Sutherland, Mrs A.
Men u list - Allen. N. K : Clauipltt.
Molt : Ci'iihIiih, Frank: Gibbous, M
II : 1 1 umbo, llrady; Sitillh, Theodore.
Read How a Boston Man Got Rid of
' Chronic Throat Dltcsaa.
"llyotiud did ni a world of R'xid
when I had chronic liirvngltls; In fact
I effected a cure after all I ho best spe
'cliillsu bud given up as a bail
.Job. I tried llyoiiiel the name at I
; bnd tried Hundred of other thlnn
'thilt people or doctor would recom
j mend. They all fnllud except llyomel
and tills effected n cure that has Iimmi
I lusting. All my trouble happened 12
I year ago and I bad ought lo be
'ashamed not to have written you bo-
fore. At first I waited to see If the
cure was permanent or not, mid when
you rvalUc that for five winter be
fore I used llyomel that I could not
speak above a whisper and sometime
not nil you run Judge why I waited
with a good deal of utixlely for time
to tell If was really cured or not." -K.
A. Ullilsey, US South Street, Bos
ton, Muss., April 1, l'Jilll.
llrenthe llyomel In through th In
hnler that nunc with a II Oil out III.
ami this highly healing and antiseptic
viiKrU.fd air will promptly rrlinvo
and permanently rum catarrh and all
ordinary diseases of the none and
bioliclilal tube. It give greut relief
to c umptlviis. Sold by leading
dealers everywhere and lu Oregon
City by Huntley Bros. Co
Jan i 21