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About Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933 | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1911)
MOKNIKQ ENTERPRISE, THURSDAY, JUNK 1, 1911.
Arrivals For TheL a d 1 e s
just arrived and now being shown in our
" windows, beautiful ladies ready made sum
n,cr dresses In French ginghams, the new
marquisettes and fancy lawns, with klmona'
,lcevcs. Notice Window Display.
. Suspension Bridge Corner
Why It It
Thil l.ir' tt-K will allow lot el
ViU rlill'tK'11 'r7 ' UMtse) IU lift
W of DIUI nnii iiT-r wiwi w
U L ! V
tut rvi ull (fDtUuuia who
imb t flnliliu 'ihk1 dor Is llkrtj
kant sume Uiti rwftluu a lblr
nitlD IJniti nii, of Clarges, was In
U city on Wednesday.
TW Produce Union; sella berry
1 Kflwr. of (Murk. u In Ore-
it Cltjr on Wrdneeday.
a Duvsll. of Kldoredo, was la this
ByOs Wecliu-ttdsy evening.
in Charles Parker loft Wednee-
hi avirriltiK fur Hstcm.
TU Priiiiro I'nlon sell Arecuaiu
it. Gardner, of Carua, waa In tbla
h trtnHuciliiK liiialuaaa Wadnaaday.
Hutj -Palmer, of Portland. waa In
in city on Tuesday, vlalllng friends.
Xra, Wllll.im Bsvage and daughter,
la Emma, were In tbla city on Tu a
u Ttillliig friends.
Tit Produce Union sella Hay and
trthiir (iraham, of Portland, former
otthi city, waa In Oregon City on
Gtorie h hr, a prominent young
BMa man of t'anby, waa In IhU
1 oo biiHlnrita Wadnaaday.
frea Brim for. tba aawnilll man of
Milt, has gone to Uolse, Ida., to
frank Srlintiman, of Molalla, wailn
a city Wednesday vlaltlng hla aon-
C H. r will hold service at tba
taataln View Church on 8unday
wln I7:30 o'clock. .
(Wle Hpangler, of Carua, waa
IMf the Oregon City bualneae vial
V en Wednesday. , . . .
I Htrry Ri-hoenborn, one of the prom
ft young farinera of Carua, waa In
City on bualneaa Wednesday.
Belle Caaaell, of Portland, waa
city on Tueaday, visiting
rt, Tlilln Mason, of LaCenter.
was In tbla cltr on Tueaday.
ting with Mra. Charlea Parker.
Gladstone Aid Society will be
rulm'd by Mra. J. R. Hollewell at
ome at Fern Ridge Juno 16, In
or June 1. - -
W. n vera, of Willamette, left
rtneuiny morning for Salem, where
be ! oD a buxlneiis trip, and will
reltirn within a law daya.
Mlaa Berths Koernar, of 8t. Johns
accompanied by her cousin. Ml y.
orm 8-hultx, of I'ortlaiiU, wtre In
Oregon City on Tuewday,
allaa (lnvlve Capt-n, who bna
U teaching achool at'Btaca(la.haa
returnnd to Oregon City to pnd her
M. J. Ua, of Canby, waa In the city
WiHiiividuy traiiHactliig bualnvaa In
connect Inn with the race moot and
Mra. Huwklna, a talented mualvlun
from Chi-halla, Waah.. waa In thla cltv
on Tueaday, the gurkt of Mlaa Zldu
Mra. William Kid J, a former real
dnt of thla city, waa In Oregon CUy
on Tutmdy, tb guttt of Mra. J. Co
Henry Hchovnborn, who bua been
vlalllng rvlatlvea at Carua, returned
to Urvgon City on Wedneaday morn
U. C Kouta and wlf. of Viola, will,
on June 3, litave fur Michigan to
epvm! two or three montba at their
Mra. J. H. Garret win and eon, Merle,
hav returned fmm a all weeka" vlalt
In California, and are ataylug at their
i. u mniwr home npar Covell Htatlon.
The Mountain View tilble claaa
will meet at thu borne of Mr. and Mra
Humphrey on Ninth and John Qulucy
Adnma atreela on Thuraday afternoon.
Mlaa Helena Chamberlain, who haa
btn 111 for the naat week at her home
at GladMtoue, la Improytiw. and waa
auie to bo in una city on Wedneaday.
Hooka are beat for commencement
glfta. (let them at Huntley'a. Dainty
booka Jr.ci to fl.oo. llhiMtratcd IxKika,
11.00 to $3.00. I Hi LuVe Uok lu avta.
I 60 to $25.00.
Mla Clara MlU bell. who left on Sat
urday evening for a vlalt at her homo
at Sandy, returned to Oregon City on
Tuenilay evening to rename ber clu-
ilea In the County Aattoimor'a ofIce.
Hvluct thoae commencement glftx
tmlny at Huntley'a. Hooka, Plcturea,
Klatlonery, Leather (iboda, Fountain
I'ena hundreda of di-alrable glfta
5c to $25.oo. .
Mra. J. C. Paddock, of Qladatone,
hrt on Sunday for Canby, where ahe
III vlalt her aon, Arthur Paddock,
drtiRKlt. of tliut plnre. Mra. Paddock
will remain for a weeK.
Mlaa Margaret llcatle, daughter of
Ilr. Itnallo, who fainted during the me
morial exerrWa at WWillamctta Hall
TurddM.v, hud completely recovered
At liKt the big Kotintnln nt Hunt-
Iry'a la acrvUig that ilellcloun home
made Ice cream that you kuow of old.
If you appreciate nuallty . In Ice
Cream, you want tbe kind aerved at
Huntley llroa. Co.
Mlaa Margaret Wllllama. a teacher
In the Portland echoola, arrived In tbla
city on Monday evening and apent
Memorial Day at her home here, re
turning to Portland Wedneaday to r
aume her dutlea.
There will be dancing at Clear Creek
Park Saturday evening. W. E. Mum
power will carry partiea to and from
tbe Park by auto. The rate will be
$S.OO for party of alx. further Infor
mation call Pacific Farmera 173. Home
Mr. and Mra. R. 0. Porter left on
Friday for Baker to attend tbe mar
riage of their granddaughter, Mlaa
Ilernlce Porter. Mlaa Porter la the
daughter of Mra. C. E. Porter, and haa
Tlalted In thla city.
Thla la weather for Flreleaa Cookera
and Alcohol Stovea. . See the wonder
ful Caloric Flreleaa at Huntley'a.
Cooka cold jfooda without prevloua
heating. Bakea bread and cakea. Sold
on 10 daya trial by Huntley Brotnere
J. J. Tobln, proprietor of the Elec
tric Hotel, received a telegram from
Mra. .Tobln,. who recently' left for her
old borne at Merldan, Conn., where ahe
will vlalt her. mother for aeveral
I Z ol.
Stories from Out of Town
" ' H
YW$S for the
For and we will give yon with a
4 months subscription v
Dy Carrier ; v
at 45c the month V
6 months subscription
at 25c the month
- TO THE - , '
k Beautiful China' . PLAQUEDecor8U? Hnie!y
There are a Variety of patterns to chooae from.
Make your selection early.
Sobscribera May Have Them Too
To any present subscriber who will bring us four
ew subscriptions we will present one of these
beautiful dishes. :
I ' , ..' "' . ' '
I ALL SELECTIONS MUST Bt MADI AT THI OFFICE OF THE
TJtcrwi rity ntetptise
ANK OP . ORK0ON CITY BUILDING
riKlllthM lalln. ... ... . . .
uKliier, May, bad arrived aafely at
bv M,in;1, Wer m "PrlniSeM
n Mr?- To,'ln 1 n,otnef Mr To-
mrt. a"i:r :n1 r1,,,,r-,D""'-
lHrta a moat enjoyable trip.
Mra Ell William, and grandaon.
' '" '"''. t Portland, were
n hla city on Tueaday evening on
elr way home from Salem, where
yy apetit Memorial Day. while ll
"t city they vUltad the form'ra
iHUKhter. Mra. Myrtl. Tllaon. 1
Wllllau,, waa accompanied here by
ber brother. Alll.on Allen, of Bpl
kan. ;. Wanh.. whom ah. bad not
from call fornl,,, where he ha. been
"Pending the winter. Whllo In thla
city they were gueMta of Mr. and Mra
Uyd Wllllama. The forme'r'a broth
er. Dr. A,-it winiu...- ..i I.,... , .
Oregon, will arrive hre within it f.,w
, "' Wl rnmin during the
Portland Roh Show.
ROSE SHOW RULES
1 MUST BE OBSERVED
SOCIETY ARRANGES SO ALL WHO
DESIRE TO EXHIBIT MAY
HAV EQUAL CHANCE.
The Clurkamae County Itoae Socie
ty hua adopted a ael ot rulea for tbe
Kot Show on Junt) 10, whic h will be
rigidly enforced. The object of the
ruli-a la to give all peraona deulrlna to
exhibit an equal opportunity. Follow
ing are the rnl:
All roaea entered for prizea niuBt be
grown out of doora aud owned by ptr
um making entry.
All roaea entered for prl.ca niUKt be
grown and eultvated by amateura.
All exhlbltora not membera of tho
Uoae Society will be charged twenty
To prepure cxhlblta for competition,
tie a neut. white card three Inrhea
long by one Inch wide. Un one Hide
write name of roo and on the other
write the aectlon, claaa and number
lu which you wlah to exhibit.
Kxhlblta aa received, will be num
bered by tbe committee, according to
tbe rcHpoctlve aectlona, claaa and
number for which they are entered.
Any exhibit for prize bearing name
of exhibitor wl(l be dlMqualiried.
Wrl-ea nniHt be awarded by numbers.
Name of exhibitor will be given after
ward. All entrlea munt be mare by' 10:30
oYlock a . m.,n day. of exhlbitlta. Hall
will be open to the public at 2 o'clock.
Kxhlblta for dixpluy, not for compe
tition, may be entered bearing name
Vaaea will be furnlMhed by the so
ciety and no othera can be uaed.
When a curtain number of roatf Vre
designated there nnmt be neither more
nor'leKa than that nnmbf-r entered.
Any added buda or foliage aball dla
(juallfy. .Aft roaea muM be good apeclmena.
No award will be given for Inferior
roaea. though they be the only onea
entered for content,
Roaea Improperly named or entered
which do not ct, t'orm to the rules
and reKiilatloiia of the Clackamaa
County Roue ftocety Exhibit, will be
ruled out of content.
Nq, per mm will be allowed In the
ball durlnir the time thtt the Judgea
are awarding the prizea.
Rules will be enforced, and there
can be no appeal from the bulge's de
cision. . .
All membera wishing to avail them
aelvea of the privilege of the Rose
Soelcty. imiat pay duea before the
first Saturday In June. Booka for
membership will be closed from June
1st to 15tb.
Rosea mnst be arranged and named
and classified before being brought to
tbe ball. Thla Is Imperative.
Slbson'a catalogue will be used aa
IS PROMISED CLUB
PROMOTION BUILDING TO BE
READY FOR USE NEXT
The promotion building of the Com
mercial Club will be finished tbe last
of the week and part of the exhibits
will be put In place Monday. The
building, although not large, has suf
ficient floor apace for a display that
will give the visitor an Idea of . the
agricultural, horticultural, mineral and
manufactured products of Clackamas
D. T. McBaln, superintendent of the
Willamette Paper Mills, notified Sec
retary Lazelle, of the Commercial
Club, Wednesday that hla company
had prepared aeveral rolla of paper
for exhibition In the new building.
Owing to the fact that the average
rolls of paper weigh from 11,000 to 18,
000 pounds, Mr. McBaln baa had sev
eral small rolls made.
Tbe woolen mills also have prom
ised fine exhibits, ahowlng the process
of making cloth.
STAN DI NO.
Pacific Coast League Portland 9,
Oakland 4; San Francisco 7, Loa An
gefes 1; Sacramento 5,. Vernon I.
Northwestern League Tacoma S,
Portland 1; Victoria 6, Seattle S; Spo
kane S, Vancouver 4.
National League St. Louts 415,
Cincinnati 2-8; other games post
poned on account of rain.
American League Washington 1 8,
New York 2; no other gamea sched
San Francisco ,,,, 34
A borae owned by Joe Wallace ran
away on Sunday. It waa caught by
Mr. Hungate, the furveyor of Ore
gon City, la here.
Mr. Uattemlller Is hauling fence
board from the sawoilll to make a
Mr. Marquardt was In town on Mon
John Marshall baa bought Alex
Bcherrubjes saw machine and chop
Mr lloag was In town lust week.
.fohn MarHhitll Is assisting Ed Oarce
build a barn.
Mra. C. Hettman, of Heaver Creek,
visited Mra. Wottlaufer Hunday.
A party was given by Otto Huol at
Mr. W. 0. Klolnsmlth's house last Fri
Kd Garce Is building a barn.
Mrs. Huol spent Sunday with Mra.
Elmer Klelnsmltb la Hawing wood
'or Mr. Llndau. .
F. J. Ridings went to I'ortlaul M.m.
day on business.
Harth Brthers are building a barn
for J. Jones.
Hoy Morley haa a fine auto car.
Mrs. J. R. Rhervln lg Very 111.
Horn To Mr. J. parvln and wife, a
He v. Mr. Spencer left Monday to
bring hla family back with blm tbe
last of this week.V,
Corn and potato planting Is the or
der of the day.
A large acreage ot potatoes will be
plunted here thla aprlng.
Apple and prune crop will be light
Tho young people are to have an
entertainment In the hall. Friday
CENTRAL POINT. .
Gilbert Randall Is building a barn.
Fred Chlnn In InataJllug a hay fork
In his barn.
Wallace MacDonald. of Snokane. ia
vlHltlng his sister, Mrs. E. MacArthur.
A majority of tbe realdenta attended
memorial service at Oregon City and
came home played out with the heat
MUa Weddle ATM be V In OrerVi
City making arrangements with Pearl
Chlnn to attend summer normal. They
win room togetner.
There will be children's day at the
Methodist Episcopal Church June 11.
with an all-day entertainment. Chili
dren's program in the morning, bas
ket dinner and preaching at 3 o'clock.
Tbe,foIlowing are registered at the
Electric Hotel: L. L. Bmlth and wife,
I. Q. Mcljiney and wife. Portland;
Mike Epstein, Rita Nesbit, Agnes Al
ton, P. Pauly and wife, W. C. Mon-
green, W. F. Backus, Portland; II. L.
snore, Portland; J. Wolfer. Portland;
M. E. Wylle, Mrs. Emma Chute. 8po-
nane, wasn.; Mrs. J. m. Rider. Spo
kane, Wash.; L. Smith, Portland.
" TWILIGHT." '
Mrs. George Schrelner vlatted rela
tlves In Bellwood thla week.
Mr. Bert Harvey and Mlaa Marie
Harvey spent last Sunday In Mullno
with Mr. and Mra. George Smith.
The family of FTed J- Mundl. of
Portland, were guajite at Mountain
Asb farm the-week-end.
Miss Lessle McDonald made a busi
ness trip to Portland last Monday.
Mr. Seld Oliver visited friends at
Sacramento ' .
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Back To The
There ore night
scenes in the African
Jungles shown in this
film tho twill positive
ly moke your hoir
stand on end.
GR A N D
ALWAYS WITH A FEATURE '
Gresham laat Saturday and Sunday.
Curtis Dodda arrived home to apend
a few days' holiday.
Mr. and Mra. George Lazelle, Mlaa
Relly McCord.Mr. Wallace McCord
and Mrs. Paren attended the play,
"Hicks at College," laat Tuesday eve
ning In Oregon City.
Dick Welland Is visiting hla brother.
M. J. Lazelle waa a visitor last Wed
L. J. Hylton celebrated hla seven
ty-fifth birthday on Bunday at hla
home.' A birthday dialer wsa served.
Mr. Hilton has resided in this place
for the past twelve years and during
that time haa made many friends, who
nope ne win live to enjoy many more
happy occasions of tbla kind.
J. L. Combs waa in Portland Thurs
day on business.
Mr. H. A. Lee waa In - Portland
Thursday to visit hla wife who la In
the St. Vincent hospital.
Mra. Hutchinson was In Portland
Tuesday to visit her mother.
Mrs. Cantwell waa In Oregon City
Tuesday to see her mother who Is
Mra. O. M. Ogle la moving her bouse
back from where It previously stood
with Ihe Intention of erecting a fine,
new twelve room modern house. She
la also repairing the old one.
The aCnby Reds and an Overland
auto team, from Portland, will play
ball at the Fair grounds this after
noon. The game begins at two o'clock
sharp. Admission 25 cents.
Miss Lillian and Mildred Wang were
In Portland Thursday.
Mrs. Grant White waa In Portland
on a visit for a few days, Thursday.
Mr. John Williamson, who bought
tbe ten acres owned by J. L. Combs,
met his intended bride at the- Union
Depot, in Portland, ilast Thursday.
They were. married In Portland and
returned to Canby that evening where
tbey will begin housekeeping at once.
Mr. Bradford, formerly from Klam
ath Falls, has rented Mr. Bates' honsq
where Mr. Romig has Just moved out.
Howard Ecclea was in Portland i
Thursday and Friday on business. I
The advertised letters In tbe post-
office are: Mr. N. B. Harvey, Mrs. I
Agnes Lucas, and Mrs. Alice Si en-1
Mr. Carlton was In Canby Thursdoj
om businesa. -
- The City Council held a special
meeting last Tuesday, when tbe con
tract for the Improvement of Harrison
street, waa let to W. H. Counsell,
whose bid for the work was $12,552.70.
The Recorder was instructed to pre
pare an ordinance for tbe Improve
ment of Fourth and Oak streets. The
ten foot strip on Washington street,
between Main and the S. P. track, waa
aold to J. E. Wetxler for $450. Mr.
Wetzler'a being the only bid for It
- The Commercial Club held a very
Interesting session .Thursday evening.
A. D. Crldge, of the Portland Labor
Prens, was present and presented tbe
club with his view on the Ave cent
fare proposition and his remedy for
There Is some talk of organizing a
Masonic lodge In Milwaukle.
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Thornton are
receiving the congratulations of their
friends on- the birth of a daughter laat
John Cash and family spent Sunday
at The Dalles.
J. Peters and family have moved In
to their new home at Mllwauk
Mrs. C. A. Bell, of Hood River, sla
ter of Mrs. Geo. Wlsstnger and Dr.
R. S. Stryker, Is a guest In the city.
Mrs. R. S. McLaughin, who haa been
quite ill, la much Improved.
The strawberry season Is on and
growers are busy getting the crop
picked and hauled to market.
A piano recital wgs given at the
home of Rev. J. L. Jonea, Saturday
evening by Mlsa Harding and ber mu
sic claaa the Misses Ester Readar-
mel, Lottie and Bertha Johnson.
Owendolln and Margaret Jones, and
Memorial services were held In the
Congregational Church Sunday. After
a ahort session, the members of the
Sunday school, membera of the G. A.
R. and Wh R. C, with other citizens,
formed In procession and marched to
the Methodist Church. Membera of
that Sunday achool fell In line and
all marched around the square and
back to the church, 'dro'her Jonea
preached a fine sermon.
The exercises RTemorial Day were
held under the auspices of Clackamaa
Grange 298. The . procession formed
at 10 o'clock at the church, with flaga
and pennanta and flowers all marched
to the cemetery, where, after Inter
esting speaking and music the graves
of the soldiers were decorated.
"The Old Maids' Convention," a
laughable comeey. will be staged
Wednesday evening by the young la
dies of the C. E. society at the Gran ?e
A aurprlae party was tendered Mra.
John Lonenberger Tuesday evening
by her neighbors and friends In honor
of her birthday.
The Ladles Aid of the Methodist
Episcopal Church meets" at the Sun
day achool room thla afternoon.
The Clackamaa Cemetery Associa
tion will meet at the achool house on
Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. A large
attendance Is desired.
We Have Moved
out stock of Staple
arid Fancy Grocer- '
ies into more con
venient and- com
modions quarters in
the Weinhard fel V
at the corner of
8th and Main Sts.
Drop in and inspect our
new store. A hearty wel
come will be extended you
and don't forget to bring
the children for they will
want to know all about
' ' the new store too.
We will be better able to
serve you in our new
quarters than we have ever
been before and will be
prepared to do a larger
4U0 Ho Sselley
Now Opposite The Court House.
Wants, For Sale, Etc
Notice, under Uica claMlfi4 batng
will b. lnM'icd at on cent a word, first
Insertion, half a oust additional . iaser
Hons, one inch card. II parmoatlii half
Inch card. (4 lines; 11 per month.
Casta niu.t accompany order unleM ont
haa an open account with the paper. Nc
financial responsibility lor errors; when
errors occur free corrected notice will tK
printed for patron. Minimum ehara. lie
. Ofegon City 4 .
Furnished with operating
room, ward and private
Pc. 2243 ' Home D-298
w. l. p.a
Spokane 29 11 .707
Tacoma U 18 .571
Vancouver it.. ...23 ' 19 Mi
Portland 1 20 .487
Seattle... 17 23 .425
Victoria ......10 ,10 .250
Cer. Vaughn and Twenty-fourth Ste.
May So, 31, June 1, 2. 4.
Games Begin Weekdays at 9:30.
Sundays, 2:30 P. M. s
V LADIES' DAY FRIDAY.
Boys Under 13 Free to Bleachers
Muzzle the horses when plowing- or
cultivating- the orchard. Tea, ana paa
the whlffletreea. These precautions
will prevent much damage to trees.
Another hint: Pad the outer edges of
WANTED You to ktlow mat .we buy
all kinds of Curios, that we are in
the market for second hand Furni
ture and Tools. We also hare a
good assortment ot second hand
Furniture and Tools on hand for
sale to thoae in need. Come anJ
aee; perhapa we have Just what you
want Indian Curloa and trinkets
for aale cheap; some that are very
unique and alao very rare. GEORGE
TOUNO, Main near Fifth atreef
FOR 8ALE Top buggy, almost new,
and single harness. Inquire Jack
fc Albrlgbt Store, 7th Street.
ACREAGE One to five acrea In sight
of Oregon City. $160 and $200 per
acre; good level land; one mile
from car line. Clyde ft McRae, 1003
Main St, Oregon City.
FARM FOR SALE 80 acres, 7 miles
south of Oregon City on Molalla
' road and 1 mile east Inquire Mra.
S. O. London, Oregon City R. F. D.
No. 3, box 111.
a store. West-Oregon City. -
Harvey Buck. Oregon City.
FARM LOANS Dimlck ft Dmlckr
Lawyers, Oregon City, Or.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN On first mort
gage; tSOO and upwards; one year
or longer. Apply at once. Cross ft
Hammond, Attorneys at Law, Bea
ver Bldg., Oregon City.
BUILDER AND COtsiacTOR.
HARRT"jONE3 Builder and General"
Contractor. Estimates cheerfully
given on all classes of building
work, concrete walks ana reinforced
concrete. Res. Phone Mala 111. - .
O. D. EBT, Attorney-at-Law, Money
loaned, abstracts furnished, land
' titles examined, estates settled, gen
eral law bualneaa. Over Bank of
TJ'REN ft BtnrOEBEL, Attorneys-at-.
Law, Deutscher Advokat, will prac
tice in all courts, make collections
and settlement. Office In Bnter
prise Bid Orecoa Cltr. Oregon
FOR SALE House, two lots, on cor
ner, house recently built; 12x28, two
rooms, brick flue, other Improve
ments, good soil, garden In. Splen
did view of Cltv and Mountains.
Good reason for selling. Price
E. . H. COOPER. For Fire tnaorancr
and Real Estate. Let us handle
your properties we buy, sell and
exchange. Office In Baterprlse
Bldg., Oregon City. Oregon.
10 PER MONTH For rent, a mod
ern 6-room cottage. Apply to George
Randall, corner Fifth and Jefferson
Do Women UndaratandT
That many of them are dally endur
ing needless pain that a reliable
remedy la within the reach of all, and
that we absolutely guarantee satis
faction or will refund any money you
may have paid for thla treatment. .
Physicians In treating woman's all-
menta have demonstrated the value of
certain drugs for such cases and these
Ingredients, following the formula of
a certain successful physician, are con
tained In Retail Vegetable Compound,
In the amount considered necessary
to produce the most satisfactory re
sult. We want every ailing woman In thla
city to realise the value of thla remedy
and to that end offer to refund any
money paid us for thla preparation,
If. after a fair trial, jt falls to produce
Rexall Vegetable Compound can on
ly be obtained at our etore Tbe Rex
all Drug Store. Price, $1.00 pe' bot
tle. The Owl Pharmacy. Hunuey
Brothera Co. - , - j
1911 Mitchell Automobiles
Have 70a erer looked into the details of construction and the
mechanical features together with the handsome appearance '
of the Mitchell Automobiles to find the reasons why they are
being bought by people throughout the state, who know the :
value of a good car. If you are at all interested we will be ,'
pleased to demonstrate the car to you with full information
and can assure you that it ia well worth investigating before .
buying. The car is absolutely guaranteed to do what we say
it will. If not we are here to make good. When we sell ;
you , a car we will take care of your car one year free of :
charge. '" ' ' : ' 5
. , Price $1650 .
Other models cheaper. Fully equipped F. O. B. Orrgoa City.
Phone us for damonstrattoa A we will call at your home for
yon. ' '. ; .'.'.'..'"''. . '
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