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OREGON" CITY ENTERPRISE, KKIDAY, MARCH 11, 1910.
Estncfldo and Eastern Clackamas
THERE IS A REASON.
Why Succias Crown the Undertak
Inga of Certain Men, .
: LARSEN & COMPANY !
10th A Main St.
OHCGON CITY, OREOON.
WliuliiMili) and Retail
Groceries, Produce, Feed
W Pay tin Hlghaat
Kur ull KUttU of
Ww rnrry Ihu largest alock of
KihhU In mir lltm lu (Mnckiiiniia
( imiily. mill urn In piinltloii in
Otter apmlllll Inducement t(l
IHil you ever wonder why cerlnlii
ini'll rail III Ull lllidertiililllg, wlillx
others aiiecceil iiilmlnihly tinder ad
verse rli'i'imialiinmaT Newly every
nn' Clin recall mi liiHliuii'K where amim
III tin ii t hint i'IiiIhii'IikiI III IiiihIiii'HH
III it city or Inwii Hint wint already
aeeiiilngly crowded in l Im 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 wllii
IhihIiikhh houses i'Iikhk'"I In Ih" I'lir
llriilur linn In w h I ill l tut new miner
rlmim In ciimpcle; where llier" win
hIiiikkIii fur Hie already established
holmes In malm It tin; where III"
I'liliiirii fur Hiiri'i'HK wan no Hi I in Unit
full inn wna iiIiiiiikI n certainly. Vnu
condemn Hi" new venture, n Hint oft
repented hilnitiililnil liiiHlnmnt Inslliict,
iiml iIIhiiiIhh It f ii mi ymir mind. Yet
II f"W tin III I ll K llller III" thought mut -ili'iily
strikes you Dial tlm ni'W cloth
ing iiierclninl In hanging mi remark
it I 1 v well, ami wlii'ii nxt ymi waul
WPIIietlilng III liU line ymi V I m 1 1 IiIh
plani rallinr out of curiosity Just to
see what Hurt of mail IIiIh riiiiipell
I Ion defyer Ih. Ami If ymi nrn nt nil
l h r vt ii k ynii get mi lilni right there
why llml man In 'making It stick-
Ii" it business man; li known hnw
In treat n customer when ho KtH lilm
l:it In n wlno and illscrlmlnnllng buyer,
mill Im similes .the di'lil nml IciirtiN
in Ht what In curry In plcnsii Ihn pull
i . sxs- . . Hi- with which h- il.'nlN.
I I III III llll l"N Ii Tli wrniT of Ihn iimrihant ymi
i a-rsi-s I hnv.. In mind typifies Urn btislnea an
itnn of .1. I,evlit Iii Oregon City, win
started here n few years nun In
room niinii Iimi ndviinlliiteonsly located
with a menu stuck of clothing, from
whlrh h Iiiin rmililly advanced to Ihn
tinli'inllil l)i'iarliin'iit Htoro business
nt hi present location, corner Hcveiith
nml Main streets, nt end nf ro"pen
i Nlnti hrldKu
The. U-vllt Department Bmrn llilN
New Kin, I In' Hln.n.lv ntlnliicd n whin nnniiliirllv III
Hani Slow, who loft fur California HiIh trnde locnllly mut It colli liiin-H to
nlioiit inn' yi'nr nu.i. la In Oh'koii City ko steadily forwiinl. It In thn ohl
'Nlory of thn "survival of Ihn fittest
' When it mcn-linnl In ii wlm buyer he
; In iilili' to hi' n low noINt. mul when
i h" tn ft I ll t it I ii H nn hinii'Nt, uffahln mi'th
oil of dealing wlih IiIk ruatoinera, nml
Dr. U 0. ton, Drill In!
and ID, Mnwuila llldg.
Mr mul MrN. W. IV llnwlej', who
hum been vIhIUiik rnliillvKN In (Ink-
lunil, t'lillfornlii. returned Mnmli'y,
'.'Mi IuihIii'In fancy rt'i'lt'iint'il rml
clovi'r x' iii nt llo Ih. In IuIn of I no
ll. or innrn. AilitrcHN (imi. II, Drown, I
lilunii nlil frli'iidx
Mm. T. A, I'npn, whn linx hnmi vIn
It I ii u In (iililiiiul, ('ullfnriiln, linn n
liirii. il Iioiiiii.
Mr, lirniit II. Iilmli'k, nflnr Npctiil
Inn n fi'w iluyN with rclnilvca nt An
nua mill Ni'i'ily, rntiiriicil homo Mon
day. juhli MiilnwiNiit, iiim nf Ihn prnuil
ni'hl fai miTu ri'nlillim nmir Cmiliy, wui
In ( ! 'ii City Kntunlny pnyliiK hi"
iiui'ii nml uiii'iiillnit tn niliir Imnliii'iia
Mra. I: I,. Hhuw, who linn I n ron-
nii'-.l III Hi" HI. Vliiri'til'N HiiHpllal.
wlmrn hi' Iiiin I n uniliiritoltiK nu'il'
Irnl irriiliiii'iit. Iiiin Ih'iui hroiiKht hni'k
In hi'r lionii' lii-m, nml In lniirnvliiK
.lr hnw hn linen III for ni'vithI
MIhn I'hi'l Don-nx, of I'ortlnnil, nf
lnr vlNllliig with MUn Ni'llln linrhy
In thin city for Nnvnrul ilnyN, ri'turni'il
to In-r hoinn Hnlurilay. Mr. mul Mra.
K V Iwrhy, of Hnli'in, lo N'iil Snt
rriluy In thin rlty with thnlr ilitUKhtur.
Mix K K. Ilnrlioilln nml two rhll
ilri'ii, tiliulya mill Vlritlliln, of Wlilln
hnrn, Yukon Tnrrliory, hnvn nrrlvnil
la llilN illy, mul will Npi'ml thn mini-tin-r
wlih Mra llnrlHilllna iinri'iili,
Mr mul Mm If. J. IiIkkit, nml will
h Jollli'il Intnr liy lmr liunhaiiil.
.lohu WrllH. Knr.Ho dilhhln mul J,
K Smith, of Miii kNlnirit, worn 1n Ore
koii City Momlny on IhiiIih'hn, Thn
nun wnlkoil Ihn imi tiro ilUtanro lo
t hi a city, hut iloclitoil In tnko (ho
train In the ovi'uIiik for tholr limiio.
C 11. Ilyaom, fulhor nf Mr. llymun,
l ho r-'nl oHlaln man, Iiiin nrrlyml In
ihU city finin r.yorolt, Wnah., nml will
mako lila limiio horn. Mr. llymun hna
inirclianrii n tract of In ml m Kly, ami
Iin I n hi It out lulu IMI Iiiin. whlrh will
KiHiii ho pliiroil on l ho iiiurkot
n kiiowlcilKn of tlm wiiiiIn of dm Irniin
ilUtrlrl wnlrll that innrehnnt'N enroor.
Thorn In n grout futurn for Hi" J
l.i'vllt popart mom Htorn.
WHO IS MISS "M. MT"
Young Man With Coxy Cottag Want
PORTLAND. Or . March 7 (I'Mltor
of Tho KntnrpiUo ) In ihn Kvonlng
Toli'Krnin of Portland. Marrh 4th
thorn Nppi-aroil a riunitiiiiiliiitloii from
MInn "M. M." of Oroitoii City.
Ai'i'ordllig to my Idonn It wnN thn
"lirlKhtoHi" llttlo wrlin up that 1 hnvn
noon In many n iluy, In ri'itunU In
"Can ymi llv mid ho happy on nlny
iii il In rn a mouth?"
MInn "M M " rof.TN to a llttl" Ihni'
iimiiii rotliiKn nml n gardon. Now, to
tho young lady, I wlnh to lay Hint I
huyo tlm "coloNt" lltll'o collni!o In
thin vli'llilly. It In nil fiirutnhcd fluo
nml it it 1 1 il v , It aotN iiinui four loin mul
ll In free from di hl. I nlno huvo Hip
Now If MInn "M. M." wiiiiIn hnlf of
I hlii alio may linvo It. hy ndilroNNtng
It. K. D No. 1. Ilox 1.
Port land. Oregon
CorroKiKUidoni o aolli'ltoil.
linn nl nn.lv hull! n toiupuriiry homo
hill I'lpcitH lo Inillil n modern hiuim
In the early nprlng, which will ho
liii'iiii'.l mi nun of tho iiionI Nightly Iota
In Kly. I
Kul I y nine out of ton cbnon of rhou
1 1 1 ivt I hiii In Nlmply rheiiinullHm of the
iniiHi'loN duo to cold or damp, or
chronic rheuiiintlHin, nolilior nf-whlrh
roiiulro nny Iniormil livnimonl. All
Ho thnl In needed lo nfforil relief IN thn
free nppllcailou of Chaiiihorlaln'N
l.luln I. illvo It n trial. You nro
cerlaln lo Im pleased with Ihn quick
lell. f which ll ufTnrdH. Kohl hy nil
3000 Pairs Sample Shoes
THE PICK AND CREAM OF THE SHOE WORLD
PosUvely NO BRANCH HOUSES la Portland
Portland's Busiest Shoe Shop
"NEVER PAY MORE
THAN THESE PRICES"
"NEVER PAY MORE
THAN THESE PRICES"
These Shoes Are Regular $3.50 and $6 Values
Open Daily 5 A. Ii. lo 6 P. M.
Open Saturday 5 A. M. to 10 P. Ii.
SAMPLE SHOE SHOP
SIXTH FLOOR OREGONIAN BLDG.
Rooms 600-60 1 -602-603-603
II. I"' Paget, pri'Nlileiil of Ihn Mult.
noiiinh'CliK'liamiiN County Annexation
ANNoelnllou, Iiiin rnrolvcil mi Invita
tion to nildroNN Ihn people of HiIn com
niuiilty on counly niiiiexiillun at Nomn
tlmn In Ihn near future nml him notl
llml Ihn Hnei'otnry of thn AnnocIuIIoii
Hint hu will couin to During lit any
I line necnptiihln to Ihn people. In or
der Dial thn people from outlying din
trleta limy hnvn nn opportunity to
hour Mr, Paget nml other Npenkera, It
hn heon ilecliled lo wait till thn
weather In lunrn Net tied.
The furuiorN nrn hi hliid in Ihn work
for HiIn Hum of Ihu year na coiiNliint
rain Iiiin previ'iiieil plowing nml Need
ing Thorn Iiiin been very III tin plow
lug ilmin while ordinarily niimt of thn
ground would Im ready for Needing.
WeiliioNdny night wnn Ilm regular
mooting ii I k lit of thn llorlng llmmier
Cluh, nml while Ihn rnln Interfered
with thn iitlendaiK-n, I hem wiin n fair
turnout, mid Ihn iiniiiiI routine of
work wna dolin.
Now we hayo no morn line for the
wlreh'NN nyHteiii. Thn Independent
Hover Telephonii Coiiipany hna com
pleted Iin linn to ICNtncndii al IiinI mid
nlmoNt Inive Ihelr plioni'B IiihI ul !
(live iin u call.
MInn Alio Cooper Ih vlnltlng nt her
Iioiiio hnrn for Ihn proNont.
Mr. Cuy It., WiHitllft Joni one of hU
ImriieN IiihI week.
We ha N' hud muun lieautlful weuth
or Up lo thin writing horn and expect
to huvo from HiIn time on.
MrN. ( ; A. Keiin nml ilaiiKlitor
Helen are expected to mako a ahort
vlNll Iii lleaverloll thin week.
Dr. C. A. Keith him been nldlng In
Improving Ihn roudH no that Im might
miilio IiIn trlpN more i-axlly and quick
ly. Mr. Illiii-k railed upon Dr. Keith
Nome limn ngu to trout a very ncvere
cut iii ni IiIh Hhouldor. The Doctor
look four Nlllclii'N mut himiI him hack
to hi" camp. Tho next day ll wna
iinderHlixiil tin wun given advlrn to
coiiNiilt li Ih iihhI kI ant In Portland, to
which pliicn ho wont.
Mr. Henry I'dell had Ihn mlNhnp to
break IiIh waKon uh ho lurte out
upon Dm road to work.
LInioii! Wo have a concert
K. L. Pnlfioy, u former renldeiit of
t h Ih plncn, hut now 8 roNldent of Mi
lulln, Mpent tt few (ny In thin nelgli
borhood hint week,
Mlko CloNier hnuloil a load of fur
liliurn to Molulla for Air, I'nlfrey on
Hoy DougliiHN wbh In Portland tho
flmt of IiihI. week.
MIhh Arrneiln Murphy wna vIMtlng
wllh her alater, Mra. Kdl'li Woodlo, on
MIhn Mann anil Mr. It. ll. GlhNon
called on Mr, mul Mra. ituwlntt Hun
Mr. Hunllngton, Bcrompanled by
Mr. HandN, P-ft IuhI week for Hpo
knnn, whern hIki will mnlio. her hod
a nhort v I h 1 1 .
Mr. nml Mr. W. F. DoughiKii, nml
MIhh Ulna Douglu, ere porllnnd
vlHltora In nt week.
Mr. Clark anil notl, Murray, atten
ded thn phonn meeting at Jxivnr Mon
Dick CII'Non piirchawil two plga of
Mr. Hawtell thn flrt Of tin; week.
Tlm hcIiooI children of DlHirlct No,
50 worn given a vacation on Tuexday,
hecuiiHn thn teuiher Wat iu lionrNi)
nlii; could Hcarcely talk.
C ASTO R I A
At thn March mooting of Harding
OraiiKe, Senator Ilourne'a proponed
dry laud homoHtcnd bill waa dlHcuKNed
mid found no aupportora m it Hi-emed
lo favor men of ineaiiH and not poor
Oln ThomjiHon liai Inwn very lck
nnd hi mind wa affeited pruhably
hy an attack of lagrlppo.
Horn to Mr. and Mm. C. F. M.
Drown on February 2:srd a daughter.
Horn to Mr. and Mr. 8. (J. Kirch
cm, on March 5tb, a daughter.
0. A. Kohl and O. I). Hohblna at
tended thn (irange Convention on the
There will bfl a Grance benefit baa
ket aoclal and entertainment on Hie
19th of March.
Tho tirangn kitchen In being en
larged and other improvement! made
by I W. FoBter.
8. O. Klrchem received a bob cat
bounty thla week.
A new act of lunik hna Juat arrived
at the FlrwiHMl IJbrnry. anil everyone
la Invited io come and look them
over. Thorn In aure to be wonothltig
Hint will InteroNl you. Thn library
la In , h..r.... ,,t VI r V ll Hurt til I
Iteport Juat received from Sioux
City, la., that W. I Wllklna. Sr., had
Juat been married to a lady from Lin
F. P. A. will hold their regular
mooting Saturday, March 19. The
community In urged ti be prcHent.
A. C. Mllltroli ramn out from Port
land hint week In intend the Farmer-!
Mr. Harbor, who recently bought a
purl of the Joe Wllllg place la biiHy
liulldlug chicken hoiiHcg and netting
K. D. Hart Iin it two frenh cow for
aale, AIho n flue full bhKl reulNtered
Joraey bull, three nioiitha old. Mr.
Hart expocta to keep nothliiK but full-
A nuinbor of FIiwihhI people at-
tended the Farmer' Institute nt
Mr. nnd Mr. Ned NcIkoii were pm-
willed wllh ll flue bnliy boy last week.
Clinmbcrliiln'a Stomach and Liver
TahlelH are mife, aure and reliable,
and have been plained by thousands
of women who have been restored lo
health through their gentle aid and
curative proportion. Sold by nil deal-era.
Mr. and Mis. Ned Nelson are re
Jolctng over the arrival of a bouncing
boy March 1.
Joel Jail apent Hie. past week In
A few of our prosperous farmer
attended the all day kossIiiii of "Far
mer' liiNtltiite" nt Sandy, March 3.
ProfoKNur Sciidder of O. A. C. gave
thla part of tho county many praises
both us a fruit growing mid dairy sec
Mr. Net.el hna bought 10 ncres of
land from Antone Yubs, consideration
Jilnu. The land was purl of the Mar
lon Dickenson farm.
V. P. Holier: of Dover, wns vis
iting In Kelso Sunday mul Monday.
Dr. Short of Ori'shnm, Is called Him
our neighborhood quite frequently.
Crla Johnson and Theodore llariles
of lieorge, were In Kelso last week.
Joel Jarl sold two line Jersey cows
Victor Johnson l busily engnged
with a force of men clearing 10 acre
of land on hi farm. Mrs. Jergor also
has n force of men clearing 10 acres.
John Johusrtid hns a contract to
reel n $20,000 hnrn near llorlng for
W. B. EDDY & SON
Coracr of ilk, Opp tlx Bink
A few of this weeks Bargains:
A splendid assortment of ladles'
fancy lnca and embroidered collar.
The kind you usually pay 25c for,
special al l,"c, two for
Unites' Shoes, the kind that wear,
an extra aervlceaule pair, $ ,()
Thn "Kslacada," a neat, dressy
"Progress," best patent leather,..
Ladle' side combs, good weight...
Fancy back comb, at -,-lOc
Harrettos. plain and fancy, medium
weight, special,' 10c
Extra heavy Barret to ',")C
See our bargains In men' goods as
Fancy four-in-hand ties ,'c
A very dressy, light-colored soft
Host heavy work shoes, . .g''.4."
Fine quality, strongly made black
sateen shirts 1 (K)
Strong, heavy, black hose,
two for 25c
.1. M. Johnston, agent for the Port
laud Hnllwny, Unlit at Power Com
pany at (ireahuiii, wna married Wed
noNilay aftnrnoon In thin city to Elinor
Tlm marriage of W. J. 15.-Vlck to
Ellle M. Callahan took place at 11
o'clock Wednesday morning at thn
home of Ihn bride' parent, Mr. and
MrN, IoiiIn Callaliun at Molalla. Mr.
Vlck wna formerly In thn real estate
biiHlni'NH nt. Oregon City. The hnppy
pair will miiku tholr home at Molalla.
Thn Junior clasa party of the Ore
gon City High Hchool In Woodmen of
ihn World hall last Saturday evening
was a very hnppy event and about CD
people attended. The evening wua
happily passed with music and games.
There were a number of guest of the
studeiila present. The party waa
chaperoned by Mis Maud Matt ley, a
alHlaut principal of the High Rrhoot.
and Director and Mra. 0. D. Eby and
City Superintendent and Mr. F. J. S.
Tooze were among the guest.
The members and friend of Friend
ly Class of thn Presbyterian Bunday
School met on Wednesday evening,
March 2, at the home of their presi
dent, a social was substituted for
the regular business meeting and the
clasa Indulged In game and merry
making. Miss Vol k mar, uncial chair
man, presided and furnished enter
tainment as followa: Vocal duet by
Mis Long and Mis Kly; piano' solo
by Mr, Wood fin; recitation by MIbs
Hchuebel and piano duct by Mis Volk
mar and Mr. Wooddn. The alTalr waa
well attended and marks the Huccess
of the Friendly Class as a permanent
Miss Ivah Gordon of Canby, was
tendered a china shower by the Gyp
sies Saturday evening at the home of
Mi hb Myrtle Buchanan of Thirteenth
and Main streets in honor of her ap
proaching marriage to Walter S. Wells
of this city. The home of Mlaa
Huchanan was very prettily decorated
In pink and white, carnations, satin
streamers and shades of the candle-
Wouldn't you like to hear
yVaihington and Lincoln make addresses? I
rt -.. ...i.i a.i !
vi Luuisi; uu wuuiu, uui mat ii
.. impossible. Many of their noble sen
timents remain, but their voices are
How different had they lived in
the present day!
The Victor would have preserved
their voices for future generations
just as it does President Taft's.
You can hca ' ' -i on the Victor. And you
can have the 1' ' ates Marine Band ("The
President's Ow . i 'ryor's and Sousa's Bands
play selections fu j whenever you want.
Come in and hear the Victor find out what a wealth
of music and entertainment it ha in store for you.
There is a Victor lor YOU-?10to $100; Victrola$125
to $250. Terms to suit.
iBurmeister 4 Andresen
VICTORiAND EDISON DEALERS
Oregon City'Jewelers.Suspension Bridge Cor.
Entice la herehv pfvpn thai Iho nn.
bra In corresponding colors added to j na, meetlng of lhe stockholders of
the beauty of the rooms. The evea
Ing was spent In music and contests.
Kefreshmenta in pink and white were
served. Mia Gordon was presented
with several handsome pieces of
PreBent were: Miss Edith Cheney.
Miss Ivah Gordon, Miss Bessie Daul
ton. Miss Helen Daulton, Miss Bessie
Kelly. Miss Zlda Goldsmith. Miss
Almee Dollack, Miss Marjorie Cau
Held. Miss CI Barclay Pratt, Mrs. U
A. Morrl and Mrs. M. D. Latourette.
The Sandy Land Company will be
held at Sandy, Monday, the 4th day
of April. 1310. at 2 o'clock P. M. for
the election of officers and the trans
action of such other business as may
come before the meeting,
E. T. BRUNS, Secretary.
I Of unusual Interest wag the gather
ing of 19 pioneer women Tuesday af
! tornoon at the home of Mrs. George
; A. Harding, who entertained at lun
1 cheon In honor of the birthday of her
j mother, Mrs. Mary E. Barlow. The
I agsregate age of the 19 was 1406
i year, the average being 74 years and
j the eldest lady present being a little
I more than 8G years. The house was
i artistically decorated with narcissi,
: hyacinths, violets and other spring
: blossoms, and Mrs. Harding was as
1 slsted by Mrs. Frank T. Barlow, Mrs.
i Nieta Harlow Lawrence and MIbs
i Mary S. Barlow. Fourteen of the 19 j
j guests were widows. After a dell-1
cIoub luncheon the afternoon wa3 1
I spent In games and many remlnlscen-1
j ces of early days. In tho story tel-1
! ling contest Mrs. Fellows received the J
' prize, the prize for target shooting j
went to Mrs. John Pllsbury and In
the bean guessing contest the prize !
was awarded to Mrs. McDonald. Those
present were Mrs. Jacgar. Mrs. H. L.
Kelly, Mrs. Draper. Mrs. S. Charman,
Mrs. McCarver, Mrs. Carothers, Mrs.
Huntley, Mrs. Elizabeth Fuchs. Mrs.
Waldron, Mrs. Put row, Mrs. McDon
ald, Mrs. John T. Apperson, Mrs. Dan
iel O'NIel, Mrs. Warner, of Portland.
Mrs. John Pllsbury. of Portland, Mrs.
Glasspool, of Portland, Mrs. Fellows,
Mrs. M. M. Charman and Mrs. Mary
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for the County of Clack
amas. Esther Hull, Plaintiff,
John J. Hull, Defendant
To John J. Hull, above named de
fendant: In the name of the State of Oregon,
you are hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint filed against
you In the above entitled court and
cause on or before the expiration of
six weeks from and after the date of
the first publication of this summons,
to-wlt: on or before the 22d day of
April, 1910, and If you fall so to
anawer, the plaintiff, for want thereof
will take Judgment against you for a
decree dissolving the bonds of matri
mony heretofore and now existing be
tween you and the plaintiff and for
such other and further relief as to the
Court seems meet and just
This summons is published by order
of Hon. J. U. Campbell, Judge of the
Circuit Court of the State of Oregon
for the County of Clackamas, and Bald
order was made and dated the 10th
day of March, 1910, and the date of
the first publication of this summons
Is the 11th day of March, 1910. and
the date of the last publication of
this summons Is the 22d day of April.
A. R. MENDENHALL,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Are you frequently hoarse? Do you
have that annoying tickling In your
throat? Does your cough annoy you
nt night, and do you raise mucus in
the uiornliiR? Do you wnnt relief?
If so, take Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy and you will be pleased. Sold
hy all dealers.
DANGER IN DELAY.
Kidney Diseases Are Too Dangerous
For Oregon City People
Tho groat danger of kidney troubles
Is that they get a firm hold before the
sufferer recognizes them. Health is
gradually undermined. Backache,
headache, nervousness lameness, sore
ness, lumbago, urinary troubles, drop
sy, diabetes nnd litight's disease fol
low In. merciless succession. Don't
neglect your kidneys. Cure the kid
neys with the certain and safe rem
edy, Doan's Kidney Pills, which has
cured people right here In Oregon
IS. W. Mlillom, 71 1 Main street. Ore
gon City, uro says: "mo puiiiic
statement I gave In 1 !(! In prnlse, of
Doan's Kidney Pills still holds good:
Kidney mul bladder trouble caused
nie much Buffering and as time pnssed
my condition became, worse. I finally
consulted a physician, Itut his treat
ment did not bring tho desired relief.
Tho kidney secretions were pnlntiil
and distressing In passage nnd caused
mo much annoyance. Seeing Doan's
Kidney Pills advertised, I got a box
at Huntley Bros. Drug Co. and It wns
simply nsionlshlng tho way they took
ffect on my trouble. By the tlnio I
hud finished tho contents of one box,
every symptom of kidney complaint
had disappeared and my kidneys no
longer annoyed mo,"
For sale by all dealers. Price BO
cents. Kostor-Mllburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, solo ngeuts for the United
Remomber the name Doan's and
take no other.
at Lower Cost
Sold only by
With Wtlls-Fargo Express
Near ihi Depot
Main 1771 A64
DKRRY LODGE NO 154, LOYAL
ORANGE INSTITUTION Meets
evenings of last Saturday In month
at Shannon's Hall, 9th and J. Q
Adams St., J. K. Morris, secretary,
Wm. Shannon, W. M.
ALL PKBSONS KNOWING THEM
SELVES TO BE Indebted to me
will please call and settle, as I
have sold my harness business.
Books and accounts have been left
at my former place of business, on
Main street. A. H. Miley.
DEUTSCHER VEREIN OF ORE
gon City meets secoud Saturday after
noon in each month at Knapp's hall
In Winter and In Schnoerr's Park,
Willamette, In Summer. Gus Schnoerr,
president; Rudolph Seller, secretary.
FOR SALE. Black Minorca eggs,
$1.00 a setting of 15. G. Eilers, R.
F. D. 3, Box Uti, Aurora, Oregon.
OREGON CITY MARKETS
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Oregon Grape root, 2(?3c lb.
Hops, Wool, Hides, Etc.
Hides green opw 7V4 to Sc; steer
10c: calf 16c; salt lc more; best dry
17 to IS cents.
Hops, 190S crop, prime, 14c, 1909,
1G to 19c.
Wool 20cto 21c.
Stock, Live Weight.
Best steers, $3.25 to $6.25 fair to
good, $5.00 to $5.50: strictly good
cows, $4.25 to $4.50; fair to good, $3.25
$4.00; calves, light, $5.50 to $6.00;
heavy, $4.00 to $5.00; spayed heifers,
$4.50 to $4.75; bulls, $3.00 to $3.50;
best weathers, $3.50 to $5.75; fair to
good. $4.50 to $5.00: best lambs, $6.00
to $6.50; top hogs, $9.00 to $9.10; fair
to good. $S.75 to $9.00. Ewes, $1.25
Fuel, Oils, Lumber, Etc.
Coal Best Meudota sacked, $S,00
per ton. Richmond, $14.
Wood 1st growth flr, $4 cord; 2d
growth, $3.75 cord: hard, mixed, $5;
stove-wood, $2 load.
Oils Linseed, raw, In cases 95c per
gal.; In bbls, 8Sc. Boiled, cases, 95c;
bbls, 90c per gal. Castor, .machine,
50c gal. Best Separator, 75c per gal.
Gasoline, 20c gal.
Kerosene pure, 30c gal; common
20c; 5 gal. 85c.
Lumber Al grade, rough, $20 per M.
Second, $15; common $11. Flooring,
$28; Celling, $22,. Rustic, $28; Dlmln
slon stuff, $11 per M.
J. M. MeiklejoKn
The Homebuyers Friend
I have made money for others. I can for you. Lt me refer you to some
pleased customers. I have some splendid bargains in property; some
that are real money-makers. LOTS, SIGHTLY LOTS, close to the large
tract recently purchased by the city for a park, on beautiful Mt. Tabor.
Round to Increase in value. Large sized lots, $550 and up, $25 cash,
$10 per month.
380 East Wasfiftigton St., PORTLAND, OREGON
Phones East 11115, B-1437. Office Open Sunday.
WE PAY CASH
For anything you have to
sell, at the highest market
price, and in any quantity.
See us before disposing of your
Pork, Veal, Chickens,
Eggs, Potatoes, Oats,
Hay, Straw or any
thing else in the Produce line
WE ALSO HAVE FOR SALE:.
Hay. Grain, Feed, Coal,
Lime, Cement, House Plaster,
Land Plaster, Orchard Spray,
Alfalfa, Red Clover, Alsike,
Timothy, White and Black
Vetch Seeds also Field Peas.
Agents for Stodebakcr Vehicles; R. M.
Wade & Co. Farm Implements and Garden
Tools. k 3 J J
We also handle Howard's Floor and Feed
Good as the best and made at home.
Oregon City Commission
nth and Main Streets