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,,- 0RSG09 CUT, OREGON. ,
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party la tm known In baetneaa office of
Ike Eterpria. "-...j
Itar'aaVertlalng at legal advrrtlatng
Ctrrue adrertfaliut and vpeetal transient
advertkilna at Tie In lee aa Inch, accord -b
to aporlal coadltkma fxvmlng the
- -Fire Sale- and Bankrupt Sale" adrer
ttoementa Ite knrh first mertnn: aldl
tlonal taserttoo aasve matter Inch.
. News ttema and weU wrttten artkea i
of merit.' with interest tn Inral readera.
wilt ba cladly acrepted. Rejected manu
arrlpta nerer relumed unlees aocomiaii
ted tr atampa to prepay postage.
It Isnt our all ao much as the
Boise w make. And th better th
people of Oregon City support us th
louder our nots win be.
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. Certain people give as an excuse
tor half-hearted support of Th Morn
fag Enterprise . that th policy ex
pected to com to th front don"t suit
them WelT If wo do aa ran wtah
aomon els wfl find fault, so It Is
wisest for ns to try and do right aa
w see It and lear It to you to aid
aa or not. Think It over gad ae If
yon doat need aa In your outness.
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No city employ or teacher can af
ford to be, without Th Morning En-
terpriaa. It matters not how
acientloua they are In th perform
ance of duty, they are certain to get
on to another's toea at some time and
to be mad to feel th adverse criti
cism resultant. A live, impartial dallyj
paper aa a rnena ana witn a good
general circulation, can tell the truth
of th criticism end set yon right be
fore the public Every person who
may some day be subject to criticism
ahould wl.h to see a dally paper mad
to lire la their horn town.
In Their Habits?
John W. Alexander. Dudley A. Sargent,
Harrison Fisher, Miss E. Burchenal,
Dr. Mary Hoffman-Jones.
y Mb ELIZABETH BURCHENAL of
the Public School Athletic League
of New York City.
' OitEN hare developed
remarkably during the
past ten years. About
til the women and girls I know
are EOSY CHEEKED, BROAD
HEALTHY, NORMAL CREA
TURES. ; Why, don't you know we wom
en today are just beginning to get
back to our normal proportions"
We are juat ' COMIXG INTO
OUR OWN THROUGH ATH
LETICS. I BELIEVE THE ATHLETIC,
THE FINE, HEALTHY TYPE OF
WOMAN TODAY IS, BECAUSE OF
THIS .SPLENOID ATTRACTION,
fiORE APPEALING TO THE RIGHT
SORT OF MAN THAN THE GIRLS
OF OTHER PERIODS.
t DUDLEY ALLEN f ARC! NT, Director
Haascnwa Cymsaum. Hat-yard
eTBay ri rrrT
Mm -ja.r in me lavage
.jLIbUUj were ao like men
in form that it was well
nigh impossible to tell them apart
Then a civilization progressed
their especially feminine charac
teristics became accentuated unto
the exaggeration wm almost pain
ful to look at ' :..
THEN THE PENDULUM BEGAN
TO SWING THE OTHER , WAY.
WOMEN ARE AGAIN BEGINNING
TO LOOK MORE LIKE MEN.
The girls are OETTINO
IIORE SENSIBLE, That's the
whole story. In.tead of sitting in
the parlor and folding their hands
all day they go sout and ,TAKE
EXERCISE. Of course it makes
A- ' rt'
ARC YOU A COMPANION TO YOUR
ONt ' '
Peopl who manlfeat a Inter la
theft- boy ed have-MU tft t
thir becoming .drunkards, la most
raw4.lt la la aona ofituea who are
too busy making money to give aay
tint to. th boy,-who get loto bad
habits, and seemingly know no better.
Tb Joy must hav SomHftng to do
f tR() tf nfa thought x not turned, ia
tti right direction, hi. mind, la Dot
.Mba'npjrj ml,h aomthlnf-bor. ho
us th word drift adTlKslty. ,r ' -
It Is through drlfttnc that moat you'ig
doodIo find tberawlrea Into trMiMo
Ihlt did aot court '
-no. wrw.iatrTB. wrBTW
compaoion to Weir aon. aow mwj
wome ak th'am.tep with their
In what othor way thati ,
that of companloa.hlp can you hop. ;.
W'B COra,,,e, n'V th Vund aid
rt'M'" wtll try-aad do tbat?,Wnk , hv Mra,,ied a ror of va-
which Tar of eipertenc cas lauKm
you waa oeair rau .
aoes muca tor ne twuur 'i'. -j
Dot ak youfIf th most trusted :
of companion ?
tv. ...nt. hy or rirl wishes to i
fdo fUtht; K I. only those whoemlnd.
bar been In some way poisoned whOj
seek to do wrong. Many boys and I prts.a ,t nt found.
girls ar today drifting. Ind I those j Seems to me It J up 10 the popl.
for whom ther".houhr'D. gray. eon-,of ClarkamAa county to Kft in.o the
. . ' . . , push and tegin to produce th w-st
eern. And wher you find a young u (n gw yo cM ralH1
man or woman drifting you can hark many varieties as any county In the.
back to"a fathsr or mother, or both, 1 state, th fruit itroa nearly aa-large,
who ar Indifferent or too busy mak-j and where care.ls given ih treva and
" . , ....'the fruit It will be found a, free from
mg tDoue, e. 'jl
rna neceasarr sanua i'lriiiivu- . -
matter not what your, attltud
Inmiir- ennmnnitr. '
you hav a personal responsibility to Then hy not begin to plan to make
" 7 !T-...k. .nrrt eannotitbis section of the State as noted for
1 llttl avu. V a . a bww (
pay th personal debt by public ba I
Jrangne or effort to reach out and aidfor tj,e people who wish to raise fruit
public, at large. Tour first duty j
Is to your own offspring, and you best j What Is" needed Is car In select
attend to that befbr you try to sava arlette-H my take several -.
. I . , t -sons to settle down to what t et
your neighbor, chtldreo. And y6ur f ,s tioo-m concerted effort to
boy or gtrl sated may mean an ay choice stock., proper car in
conquest of other, that associate wliheuitivatlon and then once good fruit
In recent issu w printed a Com-jtn
,ni-.tir. from a subscriber who
think, that the car. running between
. u v. i
Oregon City ana romana snou.n o
supplied with, lavatories for in cou-jlt
, of tno travelling public. The
con-!., th. ..... ,h.t conven-'.
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lenc would add much to the comfort
of elderly people,, children and ln
yaTida, and makes her plaint-In their
behalf. Withoutdoubt If th matter
was taken up with the railway offi
cials, in a proper .pirn oy peopie wuo,
ran make the- need plain, the officials ;
of th road will take steps to give the j
proper service. -
' Fresh Candies and Confections at
Dunn . Main street, near Postofflce.
Br JOHN W ALEXANDER. Painter.
F the American woman per
rrista in her undue athletic
sports there ,wiu soon ie
LITTLE- DIFFERENCE BE
TWEEN THE MASCULINE
AND THE FEMININE
IN HO OTHER COUNTRY IN
THE WORLD DO YOU SEE SUCH
MASCULINE-LIKE FIGURES AS
THE AMERICAN WOMEN HAVE.
By HARRISON flSHER, Artist.
women are unde-?
nialily doing m a n y j
tliinqr now that used to ,
be tho lot of men, these things are j
FAR REMOVED IN NATURE '
FROM THE HARD, MUSCLE
NEEDING work that the
nino sex ' .performed in olden
I BELIEVE THAT THE MEN
TAL DUTIES THAT MORE WOM
EN ARE PERFORMING EACH
YEAR HAVE NO EFFECT WHAT
EVER ON THEIR PHYSICAL BE.
INGS. AND IF THERE'' WAS ANY
EFFECT IT WOULD BE ONE OF
LESSENING RATHER THAN UP
BUILDING PHYSICAL DEVELOP
nlY HOPf MAN-JONES mt
ROM what I can 'see ery
day and what I know of
through my studies there is
a change taking place in the wom
en of America, but it is for the
best ' V ' ' ; ' i 1
THEY. ARE LEARNING MORE
AND MORE EVERY DAY HOW TO
LIVE AND TO DRESS, AND THIS
IS DOING MUCH TOWARD AID
ING THEM IN HEALTH AND
HAnvtvn "rvTPRPRlSE. SUNDAY. JANUARY
JHlVil VJ ' . --
: present balance preserved.
FORUM OF THE-PEpPLEL'Xr'a-.r'.
" v I- - aie of naiuro U tho courM wlta tho
t". uioki Knew
Ths suVlisaera of
'eriaa dutrtaint reeponslelllty for Ihs "
ml .iiwr-ed in Ih. rKW-l.w..aea t
rrt tltne la lime m in -"" .. -,...7i
.h... in an effort be fair, and
. ik it. i. I be Duumaiton ii
.tea a oueelto I'-mmunk-altona
muat ome I aianed lo Ineure pub- j
Thlnh Clc"a Fruit Ara Craat.
Kairor Eiitfrnrlaa;. When 1 riri i
cam Into tM nunlry I was told that ,
Uackamaj WW" a I l. K.
tai.ea anan a nlnrh ottlJ prod up
fir osulr.v'tc. 'lut th luliiraia-.
tlon waa handed mil that )u couM
ar raie itTHd pl.'lhat Iher had ;
mtUrana that they would aot
; - r v;ri, vs ;
,n ,ht, .und Oremn City and
f1n1 tD!U thinjt ar not ao hlue an
were represented I have gone Into
a do.en orrharda. .Inc. th mlddl. of
rittea. Keauit I. I tninK tn v iara
, V "" Vr-V, '
IHCV 1 " ' ' " '
... , ,..., ,, .,mi.t
not Tu ((,, fxta any
ciro but was fruit aher the live
had been sally neglinMed and even
w .hr( and j ggrwably .ir
t pot and btrmtstr
t'laokamas, county can raise fnilt
to-i,.!, Ht near'jhe . flarori?f tho.-fjuLll
n uviliin In'ihe West. !
Ira. .M.ftitai tSaa Kdatnia tha HibiVfl
- j,. -..untrT? All that I need.d i
ti get toiteiher and plan to do it.
! has been produced a rename- sao.ia
; tlon for the marketing of the same
And the need of an organisation-for
Instruction, of those engaged. In
, raising fruit and for the sale of It.
la as essential as the production of
the fralt Itself. ' After raining good
)n abnIldllIlct) ,hen ,n ,0uing of ;
M m fair .price mesns proe-perlty for
all engaged In the business, and It Is
b "H regulated association That can
and will accomplish .that fact forjlU.
l ill ... 1 1 .. W .v.. .11
who are members. :
I don't own an acre of land In Clack-,
a mas county, or In any other county j
In the State, so It Is easy to see I have '
ho axe' to grind I have simply found 1
that this 1 one of the best counties In !
he worId ,n(1 want to tJ.u you p.p
nf If . . ' , t
I Forest Conservation.
i Editor Enterprise:- We -hear, much j
j these daya gbotrt fofesl' conservation
land waste of raw products?" nd It is
a good thing that this mioject hn
'come up for dfscnftslon. "We sHouTd
i Insist on forest conservation for wt-:
eral reasons. Among them I the say
Ing to us of amall streams which are
i needed but which will soon dlsappe-vr
Mf the hillsides are rapidly denuded.
t Then the rainfall is InfTuenced to a
! greater or lesser degrew by the Hear
ing away of, our timber, and Its sudden
I removal without the replacing of It
with some other Influence I. certain
; to prove disastrous,
i But the gradual removal of the for-
esta. for manufacturing purpottes and
the replacing with orchards may not
i change condition, materially. Cer-
talnly not like past method, of cutting
1 the timber and then burning over the
slashings And the cutting under re-
.frictions which permit the taking of
i only that fit for lumber, requiring that
i the second growth be given a chance
i or the ground devoted to orchard
' purposes, would Jiave a tendency to
sustain the present balance and not
hurry us on to drouth ifhd famine.
Nfany jtcr-s of lands now covered
witn tinnier win never wiKffra-iurt-
anything for general farmlna puriKis-1
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es. That -these fame lands will make
gooo orcnara lanos is romenue., j
those who ought to know. Back In V
the Eat rough land. In Vermont and j
Connecticut are being devoted to orch
ard purposes with good results of
times lands that are "valueless f'r h
ordinary farming, avocation. If the
tlmWr Is cut from thene lands by slow
degre-, and only as fast a. the de
mand for land crowds the people Into
that of less value than ha. been wont
to be cultivated, then these land, may
oe.'aken and planted to fruit and the
r - t
-Man arMooi hl
amine unlit t laU but la 1Mb
.in aria la "Btoo ana
CLUB IS ORGANIZED .
at mm LODGE
STARTS WITM'rORTV, ateMBtR
HAS PROSRKCT Or SIXTY-
ANY CITIN MAY JOIN. -
On Thuraday .vrnlnc a Cumnierclal
Club wasorganlaed at Jennlnita jlice
Ther. wer ahtut forty rrpreaeutail
tcllUena present at the meeting and
Jl signed up for roenilHrshli. tlfft- '.
ITII " . . . ' " " - OTw . . ...... r ...
'dent. II II. McOov.ro:. lce.prrBldent.
U'harloa V. Redmond: screury.
. VI. jworae; . irwaurer. new n.
Sr Tl,e meln. will b hold ou the
.... . . . . .
firm runeeua7 ririuui t.i m
miith at 8 o'clock
Th object of th. club I to work f
the Inipnivemi'tit of the community
ttmcrnl and 'to bring settler to ,
amns .rounty. Hurlng I he wial
many newcomers have come to
mKe tneir nome in mi. timy. "j-(
one In the county who wlshea may be- i
come memnexw ln'S nun.
STILL IN JAIL.
Record of Pt Deeds Causa
..,...,Jr.., .. Trouble. t
Harry Heard, who attempted to ob
tain money from th Klrst ,atlinl
HanV Friday under mlrepreentatlon. '
aUll (n jhe county JIL tf (tut held
uuJ r the -Instruction -of Waraefl
Jamea of the slate ,w-nlt.ntKrr
feard'a reUtllve. at sdo succeed n
havlnr the rharaes attains! Mm in
Uun county illamlaaed. but he Is un
der the cloud of having violated his
parole extended by th -official of
the state penltt-ntlary.
Otto If. Kulper. representing th
V. J. Hum Natlotial elecUV-gu-
ry. and the American lunkers Aa.
rlatii.n. was her Saturday and I will-;
Ing to Intem-de with .Warden Jamea .
tor rieard. hlcb not in at romance
with the usual custom In case of thla
character. ... i
ATTITUDE OF FARMERS
ON COOD ROAD BILLS
REPRESENTATIVE CARTER WILL
GOVERNED BY WISHES OF
GLADSTONE. Jan. HlEdl!or Eh-
terprlitel One of the most Important 't
Jio-tlon to come lcfore the present i
ii ic'.alature Is the road bills. Esierlal- !
y the Jive roa bill to be presented '-
j,y the'Tortland Oood Roads Aasocta-1
Therew4lt.be a tremendous pres-
uurt. bt hlniLlhoaA bllla. conltlng of (
lne automobile manufacturers, dealers
ant automobile cluba.
Tbey are planning to take the legis
lature by storm, by coming io Kab-m
en a special train, three of four hun-'
Now you farmtr and laboring man !
and small taxpayer shat are you do-'
inmiriU lei i lne your renreenta-!
where you stand on this
The adoption "f those measures
mean, the expenditure of over two
million dollars on th rRl of the
state In the next two year. This
money must 1 raised by taxation.
W are her "Io represent your In
terests but how are we to kno wiat
you want In the ay nf legislation un
less you make your wants known?
Now I suggest that you get together
and talk over the measure, likely to
come before the legislature -sperlal-
ly the road question, and do It imnned-
lately, and send you views, whether j
for or against the proposed road bills, '
to your representatives at t-talem. j
lf-Trnrfail to do ao, you cannot
,)Ump UK we ta, to vrtlM ,u by
lla!IlT U IS 3 lean iv ai.s - ;
rf,urK, tn lhe ffnavl settlement of j
il P. CARTER.
BUTTER CREEK SITE CHOSEN.
PENDLETON. Or. Jan. 14. (Sp.
1'. 8. engineers have decided thrt
the new dam site Is to le at the mouth
of nutter freek. It will he over
mile long, 75 f' t high and the rener.
voir will cover r.ii'io acres. Hit will
cost a half-million and dam 100, i00.
THE HIGHER HE GOES THE SHAKIER
Th Frt "roan.
Party ftwha f amall atria r awro
Sttm.tlrp thaa unual Ihl- wlotw. for.
nltbouKb the iiuoa rtla at th
an me, U.lnH jind Uat-rlhn ar and
the not f rxnlll Bnn-"" aidalil'
It item whh'h dNllnirilhi' thlmle
"... . 1
i- .- ,-. r ' . ll
aMaotiBT la rtta Mataaut
ttl.n't,g frtn-k for the yotiug girl la fe
. . . frovkof bef -llttto
lint while net tritunml with tin Wing
aud lhertl.n. 'rhllfon.' tlnrl fabrl.-s
il rhina allk are alt utilised In tb
nuking of the I'Bftf frorh fr tb
inn II girt. hulls allk. nieaoiUut or
Up. Id aonm
frork W twt at-
The lllutrailon 4howa a dainty lit
: tie dresrVof all oer eyelet euibrohlery.
' which will be found -a n-eful fr sum
; mer wenr a'l't U approjirlate for the
dance dreaa. A Slip of pink silk gives
! the color note.
What Man Do:
Forn .UtlstHan flrire. that VS
(X).0O) every yenr la tfng dlverte-l
from the local luen-hanta of tills conn
try to the mall ocler conceimJo the
- jjlow much of that MOXCMF.NTAI.
MOTND OF MONET ges out of thli
j Every dollnr so spent he' t
8WEU. THE IIEAI In the city tb.it
, has n use for us except Io rl oof
I (iixili MONEY,
, . ,, ...
LT'r' ,,",,,r l"nl,p,1 wa.' ""l
RTIIAMJI.E EXTEIU'RISi; A Ml
WTLTTI'.E I'ROSrEIUTT right berf
r ' -
Wc Issue dros poyoblc In other coun
tries. Whenever vou hove occasion
to send money Jo lorelon lands It will
' pdy you to send It through taK bonk.
The Bank of Oregon Qty:
Trtt OLDtST iANri IN THI COUNTY '
BROWNILL tNOORSeS RI00s.
Mayo Weuld Llk S RW
t0Mvm Spanned. -
Oregon t'Uy. Jan. H. I ill
Mr. Wm. K. rurdy. iiiiHI. traM.
ly dear Mir: I am familiar Hh
the condition of Ih Wlllamell rlf
and th banka on lxlb t'dea at and
near llutlevllle,-where th coontle. of
Marlon. CUckama anf Tatjihlll, hxv
a clo foimwlliMi rwtth the fiver tt
thla point, and ba a Jlni Inirreat In
th couat ruction of a Hlg orf Ihn
Willamette rlvtf at this point, I
know I hit th.. litMiple of Ihea rou.
ilea and ih publlo near thla hrll
think that It imiIJ Im a great puJJfJ
ullllly and tneflt. I Iwllev. that the
i Ik-bI method, of proredur Wjufd " by
iaperlaract of the gllatr. to auth
t.rle the rouilllea al-imed to pro-
1 reed lu ih conatrupffon of a bridge at
ithla re.lnt. andrian are no rBoH
!l y the lrklaiure should heaiiaie;
! f,.r on mumeal In !''" auihorl- j
I iy. It would be rheaier for tb three :
coi(Mtiea to ronatrucl the brldg Jointly
Ijhan f..f on or to to undeltak H
A earnestly hop-thdl you will meet)
ivkllb auccraa In rvlticlng .th l-eg i
j'l.laMir that thla la Ihrlfduty. heraua
;4 personally, know that tb public ;
I o. earnestly Indorse and appro
Ut B'irh a course nd that they- would k
i b In fsvor of a bridge at Tm
tlrai. i IIHIJWNEIJ.
Mary T Cross o.f. U-llakealw.
part lot j. -Mivrh It. Oregon City; II
Wlltamrtt Fall C. o U ! l"
,n. ira.1 11. WllUmstt Trarta; :00.
Orrla and Mry A Carr.ll to Mary
S. Wilde. IH acres. Caufleld donalbia
land claim, township 3 south, rang"
3 eaal : 1A,
Victor Itrunnrll to Minn la NV.. lien
l'ern. IJ arrs. Samuel U"rranrl--O.itiail.m
land claim, seellon 3. town
ahlp 3 Biiuth. rng- east! $1.
Vnr-and Agttea-Cmk t EHaleth
Cook, 3 acres of lota 7S and 7. Jen-.
ntn lxlge, f 1 ,
Clarenr. and Samanlha Simmon to
Wllllain lu rggren. Iota t aasl east half
lot . blink . tiladttone; m.
! f-.iv.rtn. a Itashfitrd to
O. I. Undaley. 3 70 acre, tjeorg. Aber
net he donatio, land rlalm: IM. - '
llltd Tw to N. W. How land. TO '
acres, tosnshlp 3 iMuih. range 3 eaatr-
Ortflon C'y Quolo.v '
Dried prunea -Oood slirh of Oregon
prunes Is feeoming srsn-e, inrf
brings top prices r to sc.
:raln Utile movement In bcal
I markete with prices firm j Wheat
eimmandiuoe-: corn selling by loo
; shelled l r.l. rru.hed II 10; nals bring
j :7c a bushel. erllne In rorn country
lover. Wheat weak. Inclined dwn
u I'imltry No great depiand and I -ral
7market ahosa llttl fluctuation: all
! rlasaes bring IJc H.; no movement In
t turkeys, geese or ducks
Floor, Im a) shrat. l.bl
I Flour from hard
' llran, by sack
Timothy hay. ton.,
1 Clover hay, ton. .. ,
j Ileef hide . 1
I hep pelta
Eggs. do.'s... . . . . .
j Muiier. roll
! Cheese. Belling...,
,...;es to ii
..i:,c to 13c
dressed . ,
dressed . .
j Apt,,',, lKll . , .
, ball uverpocu
Kiork salt ground. 7ic 1M lbs
Hairy .tl. 60
H. H. SMITH will start a Pool Tow-
nameot about the 1 7th of January
Anyone interested or would like to take
part call on him at hh Pool Hall. 503
No- 2S REPORT OF THE CONDITION 0W
The First State Bank of MilwauMe
at Mllwaukl, In the Stats ef the slose ef business January 7th,
RESOURCES. ' LIABILITIES. ' "
Loan, and discounts .t41.Qt.S3 Caoltal atoetr mm in- a.t AAA iM
Overdraft., secured and un
floods, securttlea, etc
Banking: house, furniture,
Due from approved raaerre
Checks and other cash Items
Cash on hand.r.
8TATB OF OREGON. County of C!a
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Big Sunday BUI
Tb pla.lf and taking drama
Thla Mm la highly r4nmn
by trte mkrt n that cannot ht
dvrtid atfwnju '
Ther will b tvr ther'firma. stk
good, but thiif rias dost net tam
In time ta advartiM ahead. .
Special Sunday Program
AftrnM arid lyl9.
At the Grand
ment of IL Y.
OTHER PICTURES ON Out
WANTED Steady customer for
thla apaca. Either . Es-
princ unnecesssry. Judl- 4
. clow advrtlsr wltK ei 4
thing t .all and BOmethlng t 4
say will find this th proper
grM for a business clog. N 4
triflers- Married person ef ma-. 4
lur sg will understand. Call 4
on, or addreta, Adyartlting 4
Managtr Mernlng Entarpris. 4
Oregon City Orgn. 4
No rough edge on our laundry work
to rut necks and wrist, and etrlt
profanity, for w ar careful In !ro
Ing collar, ruff and neck band, of
shirts, w will b pleased to call
get your sample order and ran a.nur
you satisfaction deliver It, too,' fret
OREGON CITY LAUNDRY
- MAIN AND THIRD STREETS
Phon Main 43 . Hm TA
r""'""- prorits, iaa as
penses and taies pald.i..
Individual deposit, aublact
to chck , ,Jg8.Jl
Demand certificates of de K
Time certificate! of deposit l.til.flT
Certified check. 181.18
Cashier's checks outstanding l.Sno to
Saving deposits 4.808.M
th.i i!iCLr 1,ol"la' "bUr of th above-named bank, do solemnly swaf
that th above statement ta true, to the best of my knowledge and bllf.
,.k... ..a . . A. L. BOLBTAD, Caahlr.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th dsy of January, 11L
. W. r. LEHMAN, '
Directors. ' '''."'""''''
SEAL A"' '
f cLuge. But it is not going to
The women are not becoming
cake men of them.
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