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Suspension Bridge Corner
A Trele-od Nursa.
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Robblna, of Mo
alia, wm In ttala city on Sunday.
Charles llarkor. of Carua, wm Id
talt city on Monday.
Edward Reckner went lo Molalla on
James Wllaon, o( Needy, waa In tbla
dty on Monday.
Mr. and Mra. Levi Robins of Mo
alia, wore In Oregon City Sunday.
Oeorte llolman, of Beaver Creek,
aw In town Sunday.
John and Bill Davla, of Carua, were
Clyde Drlarot, of Carua, waa In Ore
gon City Bunday. .
H. B hoenborn went to Curnavllle
' frank Bullard and daughter Edith,
w on tbelr farm at Logan.
Born, Sunday, to the wife of Henry
Moehnke, of Beaver Creek, a eon.
Mr. Undaey, the pioneer racehorae
taan, or Canby, waa In tbla city Moo
ter. Georgs Holman, of Beaver Creek,
as among the Oregon City buatneaa
visitors on Sunday.
Mlia Pearl Christner, of Oraham,
accompanied her. father, Mr. Christ
Mr, to thla city on Monday.
Dr. B. A. Sommef, formerly of Ore
ion City, haa moved bla office to 1017
Oorbett building. Portland.
J. W. Eby and D. Wolfer. two prom
leant fartnere, of Mackaburg, were In
thla city on bualneaa Monday.
Manure. Tillman and Nash went to
Clarkea on Sunday, where they pros
pected for gold.
' Ml Eula Schuebel left laat night
(or phoenix, Aria., where abe will
vtilt her cousin, Mlaa Ethel Mackey.
Mr. and Mra. Robert Bchoenborn
returned homo Saturday after vlaltlng
tre for a week.
; Gladys Trimble, of thla city, went
to Sell wood on Sunday where abe
Tinted her aunt, Mra. , Williams, t
Kred Bullard and granddaughter,
Gladys Bullard, of Elyvllle, are visit
lug frlenda and relatlvea at Eldorado.
Lvl iloatetler, Sr of -Needy, waa
tnnng the Oregon City bualneaa visi
tors on Monday.
YottffS for the As Mag
.Fot nd we will glrejyoa with '
4 months subscription
' By Carrier
at 45c the month
TO THE .
A Beautiful China p AQUE0"0- Handsomely
V There are a variety of patterns to choose from.
take your selection early
SabscriSert lvlayiHave Them Too ; '
.To any present subscriber who will bring os four .
trv subscriptions ve will present- one of these
beautiful dishes. - ' a: -' ' ." ' ; ( . -' .' -
ALL SELECTIONS MUST ill MAOI ATTMI OrFlClOP THI
DANK Of OR CCO N C I TY BU ILDI NO
, hp. mbijv aa ,
U.. vv .
... VitiarMta unmttunm - - a .
nLVlJ"'- Ch"'" frnler, of
,ri- f Kalama. Wa.h
,r Mra. a. j. sur.
-n.n sno win. visit relatlvea.
f mm r a
n 0t City on business on
W. W. Irwin. if n.,t.
prominent residents of that place, waa
rnrtlnir turning.,. i ki.
.Tn.b Riudeman. of Moehnke, waa
In thla city on Mondav, and waa ae-
mmnBn,M y M(.f ,,, Mr K,cn
Mr. A. J. Olawe. of Chlcaao, haa
piK-nuinc m paat three dava at
MeCoVT f Ml"' nd Mr' W,,""ra
..Mr". w,n", nd daughter,
Mine Florence, will leave on Wednea
dar for Loa Anaetea. where they will
apend the aiimmer with relatlvea.
Mlaa Redonla Rhaw. who haa been
vlaltlng the Mlaaea Koerner, of Bt
Johns, haa returned to her home In
thla city. .
Mlaa Lillian fllllett and Mlaa Aim.
McDowell apcnt Runday with frlenda
at Gladstone. They alao went tip the
Clackamas and aaw the flah Hatch-
Mr. and Mra. John " Surface, who
have been vlaltlng relatlvea In thla
elty for the naat two weeka. have
returned to their home at Kellocg,
About BO children ' received their
P. rat communion at the fit. John 'a
Cntholio Church on Sundav mornlna
at Hlh Maaa, which waa held at 10
Ed. Surface and Tamil v left laat
Thuraday evening for Raatham.Waah.,
where they will apend the aummer
and will return to tbelr home here
In the fall. f
Ralph Eddy, who haa been 111 for
several weeka, will leave on Tueeday
for Eldorado, where he will anend
about all weeka In camn. He will be
accompanied by Frtta Mead, who will
remain there for about a week.
Mlaa Haael Prances, who left here
on Saturday for Sprlngwater, where
sne waa the guest of Mr. and Mra.
Kendall, returned to Oregon City on
Mra. T. Hook, of Mount Angel, who
haa been In this city vsltlna Mrs. M.
J. Mack, will return to her home thla
evening, and will be accompanied by
Mra. Jack, who will vlalt there for a
few days. ,
Mr. and Mrs. - Allen Adama, who
were married laat week In Portland.
were In thla city on Sunday visiting
the former! parents. Mr. and Mra.
John Adama, and Mra. Adama' aunt.
Mra. T. J. Gary, of Willamette.
Mra. 8. R. dheen, of thla city, who
haa beef, very III for the paat three
weeka, waa on Monday afternoon
taken to the St. Vincent's hospUl,
where aho will undergo a surgical
and granddaughter, Alice Duncan, left
for tbelr home Monday, after a week a
visit with Mra. Charles Bernler and
family. Before returning to their
home they vlalted with relatlvea at
Mr. and Mra, J. If. Mattley went to
Hood River on Sunday where they
spent the day with frlenda. Mr. Mat
tley aaya that the strawberry eeaaon
la on at that place, and there la a
The pupils of the McLoughlln In
titule were taken to the Canemah
Park on Monday, where they enjoyed
the day In the ahade playing games
and sinning. One of the featurea of
the day waa the baaket lunch.
William Sutherland and bride, of
Vancouver. B. C, were In thla city on
Monday, being the guest a of Mlaa
Edith Smith. Mr. and Mra. Suther
land are on their honeymoon. They
will vlalt In Portland before returning
Walter Wlnslow, brother of Frank
Wlnalow. of tbla city, arrived from
Iowa on Saturday, and will vlalt here
for several week. Mr. Wlnalow will
vlalt hie ranch, the old Wright place
near Mill Creek, before returning to
Gerald Wilcox, well-known In thla
city, whose home la at Bprlngwater,
haa returned from the Agricultural
College, and will apend bla aummer
vacation at 8prlngwater. He waa
elected vice-president of hla claaa for
Mr. and Mra. Edward Howe, of
Portland, were in thla city, on 8un
day .vlaltlng with their coualna, the
Mlaaea Cochran. On Monday they
i 6, months subscription
at 25c the month '
uu. n it ".-Albright and
unday, where they vlalted frlenda.
Mra. fl. M. Staaia koi dauahta
remain nntii . I rw "y
MORNIKQ Xl?TCB?mC TUESDAY,
wt for their ranch at Hood River
whar, they will .p.na
Mr. and Mra. Herbert Hannlfln.
uh TntJy Mi ,or Hamilton, 6b
tarlo Canada, where they are vlaltlng
the old home of the Utter, reached
their deatlnatlon aafely, and are hav
ing a moat delightful time They have
noted many changaa since they left
there XI yaara ago.
Mra. L. Whlttlngton. who haa been
vlaltlng In Crook County, Eastern Ore
on for the past three months, ar
rived In thla vlty on Thuraday, and
after vlaltlng Mr. and Mra. Owns
Young, left for Hllverton, where abe
waa accompanied by Ray Yousg. The
former'a home la at that place, and
Hay Young will visit for several
Thomas Brown, who haa been con
ductlnif the North Pole Klsh Market
In thla city, will leave to" day for the
Illg Ha I niou hatchery, where he goes
..'i. Jntr,t ' lh" government.
While thre he will construct a fish
tuck. Mr. Iirown waa atatloned there
for twelve yeare, coming to Oregon
t Ity about one year ago. Hla mar
ket will be In charge of Mr. and Mra.
Mr. and Mra. Art Baker and Robert
Baker, who have been soendlD a fw
daya In Portland attending the Rose
abow, arrived In Oris city on Satur
day evening, aud were Sunday gueata
at the home of Mr. and Mra. Boyer,
They left for tbelr homes at Indepen
dence Monday morning. Mr. and
Mra. D. Baker and Mr. Crowley, of this
city, were alao guests on Sunday of
mr. auu mtu. uoyer.
MALL CROWD SEES WILLIAMS'
Men lose by eight
PORTLAND. Or.. June 12 (Boaa.
lai).-8pokane gave the Roadsters a
severe drubbing today before a small
crowd. Kraft and Garrett each al
lowed eight hits, and Portland made
three errors to the vlaitor'a two. Pet
tlgrew of Wichita, Kan., recently ac
quired by Nick Williams, played left
neia, Spokane made two In the fourth,
four In the fifth and two in the alxth.
Portland made two In the ninth.
Tbe results Monday were aa fol
Northwestern League Spokane 8,
Portland 2; Seattle 12, Taeoma S;
Vancouver-Victoria game postponed,
clrcua on grounds. - .
Pacific Coast League Oakland 7,
Vernon 6. No other gamea acheduled.
American League New York I
Cleveland 1; Detroit 6, Boston 4; Phil
adelphia 1, St. Louis 0; Chicago 4,
Washington 0. . '
National League Chicago 6, Boaton
S; Pittsburg 4, Brooklyn 2; Cincinnati
3. New York 1: Philadelphia 8, 8L
Portland . r.
One of the largeat timber deala ever
closed In Oregon waa consummated
when 8. Benson transferred hla hold
ings In Columbia County to the Ben
son Timber Company for a consid
eration of $2,1000,000.
The principal owner of , the com
pany la Frank Lynch, who with O. J.
Bvenson and E. E. Coovfcrt, organised
the new corporaton to retain the name
and good will of Mr. Benson. It la
capitalized at 8 3,000,000.
There are 15,000 acres of land In
the tract, containing 800,000,000 feet
of high-grade yellow Dr. With the
tranafer of the holdinga are included
a aawmlll plant of 600,000 feet dairy
capacity and a logging railroad, fully
equipped, 12 mllea long.
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
The Portland Union Stock Yarda
Company reporta'aa follows:
Recelpta for the week have been
aa follows: Cattle 693. Calves 80, hogs
1733, abeep 6790, horaea and mulea 24.
Owing to the acarolty of euppllee In
the cattle division, prtcea stiffened up
somewhat the laat of the week. : One
prime load of good steers brought
86.40, while several loads , brought
86.25. While these prices are not aa
high aa those obtained before the
slump, shippers realise that It la now
tme for graas cattle and correapond
Iria lower orlcea. The cow market
remains eteady to strong with beat
onalltlea at 15.60. medium 15 to 85.26.
There la a good market for light, well
finished veal, one lot cringing i.io
and another of alxty head 67.60.
The orlce.of. best . ugnt . nogi con
tinue., to, advance, about a nickel a
week, ton now Quoted at 86.90 with
eteady demand. A good many atock-
era . were on the. market,, prices rang
ing rrorn 17.00 to 17.26. owing to qual
ity. Heavy hoge are selling from 95
to 86 with marked tendency on the
part of the buyera to discriminate
against thla claaa of awlne.
Mutton appears to be greatly la
demand, buyera easily keep pace with
the heavy recelpta. Lames showed
a alight fluctuation thla week, one lot
bringing 6.60, several Iota bringing
6 to 16.25, though the majority of
aalea were at previona quotation of
$6.60 Beat wethers are la demand
at 14.25. ewes 68 25 to $3.50, mixed
OREGON TIMBER DEAL
I'.ISS BERTHA RUilYAII
IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY. PER
FORMED AT ST. JOSEPH'S
A very pretty marriage ceremony
waa performed Thuraday, June 8, at
the 8L Joseph's Catholic Church.
Salem, when Mlaa Bertha Runyao, and
Ernest LeMay wfcre married. The
ceremony, .which was very Impressive,
waa performed by father Moore, In
the preaence of many frlenda of tbe
contracting parties. The Sacred
Heart Academy orchestra played the
wedding march, which waa beautifully
rendered, and the choir sank Impres
sively. The Salem requiem high maas
waa said at 9 o'clock.
The decoratlona of the church were
elaborate, and during the marriage
ceremony the bride and Mr. LeMay
and their attendants, Mlaa Mary Le
May, slater of the bridegroom, of Will
amette, and Frank Bunch, of thla city,
atood 'beneath : an archway formed'
of white rosea and asparagua ferns.
Lilies were alao uaed among the other
decoratlona of the church, two little
children, one acting-ae- flower girl
and the other aa ring-bearer, the latter
carrying the ring on a silver plate,
stood at the aide of the couple.
me oriae waa prettily gowned In
white ailk. and her lonx veil was
held In place with lilies of tbe valley.
She carried white carnatlona.
Mr. and Mra. LeMay have returned
to thla city to make tbelr home at
Willamette, where the former has a
beautiful new bungalow. Tbey have
many friends at Willamette aa well s
In thla city.
Ideal Baseball Manager Is Pound. -
At last tbe Ideal baseball manager
haa been dlacorered. He Is Den
O'Neill, manager and owner of tbe
Connecticut league team repreaenttnc
New Britain, who baa abtwn that he
baa a reallalng xenxe nf what la due.
to tbe patrons of tuiiw-ball who ay
tbelr quartern to wt- bla team In nc
tion. A game between New Rr'.tMn
and Spriupriekl. won ty the former
II to 10. wan ao poorly playid ttuii at
Its i-oneliirtlon Mani.'fr O'Neill ninl tbv
ftnnouucemeut nude frmn Hi dia'noud
that aiectatoni on the wnv nut f the
ground would le gUvu n.ia t-btt ka
good for tbe next home-icarne.
- Herts Racing In Florida.
There will tar U more, raring In
Florida. Not only baa adverse legis
lation kilted the game, but Are de
stroyed the Jacksonville stands recent
ly. The lmH 13.000.
Chamq.an r f.h Oats Big Mens)
Gotcti V-:h f Jl.ooo and half of tot
picture uu mr)' 'or wrestling Hacken
scbmldt. Cemba anO Hairpins.
Wear aa few balrrHH and combs as
poNMibte. aa tbem draa tbe ban and
stop It from growina. ana. above aa
if yon want ton a. healthy oatr be
careful of your bruiw and mmh
Have tftem wanbeo ai .imihI om-e a
Week, and oerer make um- ot pnblie
dreeatng mom DruxOea and vumiM
wblctt in all probability nave nut a
large acquaintance with eoap and wa
ter and may bave been lost used by.
A homemade soap to whiten tbe
has da gad face may bo made as fol
lower Lemon Juice, owe wineglass roll;
tan de cologne, one wtoeglaanful:
good brown eoap, two cakes. Scrape
the eoap to a Sne powder, mil wttb
tbe other tngredlents and nae taatoad
of ordinary eoap wbea wasbing the
hands. - ' ''
One ounce of shredded candle end.
in ounce of beeawat. "boo ounce of
ahredded' raatlle eoap. a quarter of a
pint of turpentine and three-quarter
of a pint of boiling water make aa ex
cedent furniture poilKti
Cover the Hiimldea aoeir and 'two
kind of wa with tbe inrnwnttne ami
leave for twmiv four hinirx. Heel up
well and adl ibe Ntllliig water, aradu
ally IweMne n nodltion tin
til there nrr- ! MiniM si" in mixture
IS 'It ! trtl-'Kreni of i-imdi.
The Risk la Oura.
W want every woman in thla city
to know of the beneficial results that
follow a treatment of . Rexall Vegeta
ble Compound and also that we will
pay for the medicine If It does not
help you. '
Manv wnmin are in BO serious a
mnditton that tbey are in neeo oi
prompt surgical treatment but, in
treating the ordinary ailmente pecul
iar to the female sex, Rexall Vegeta
ble Compound may be relied upon to
assist In restoring normal condltlona.
and thla without rlak to the patient.
We offer Buffering women in we
Wo offer aufferlug. women In Oie-
WILD wo on
r Oregon City
Furnished with operating
room, ward and private
(iroduote Nurses .
Pac 2243 Horn D-298
i OftSCRlATIOM PARK,
Cor. Vaughn and- Twenty-fourth Its.
June , T, 8, 9, 10,11
Games Begin Weekdays at 8:80.
N Sundays, 8:80 P. M. ..
LADIES' DAY FRIDAY, i
Boys Uder 11 Free to Bleachera
gon City thfl Brwaaratlon with the
guarantwi that' It contalna nothlag
harmful' that the Ingredients are such
aa are rommonly used by reliable pby
aiciana In treatlna- theae ailmenta:
that we will tell you or your physician
exactly what these Ingredlenta are:
ana runner, u giter treatment, no
beneficial symptoms are noticeable,
we will return every cent you have
paid ua for tbla remedy -wa will take
Remember Rexall- Vegetable Com
pound la sold only at our store The
Revall Drug Store. HunUey Bros. Co.
American League Head - Starts
Crusade on Baseball Betting.
EVIL THREATENS THE PASTlf.'.E
Club Officials Ought te t That Prae-
tioe le Smethered at Onoe te Insure
Safety ef Game PUnty ef Betting
In Detroit and Chieage. '
y TdMlHr CLARK.
At laat steps bave been taken to
combat tbe gambling menace to base.
bull. and berok' efforts to atamp out
bettliig witbin and outside tbe parka
of tbe Ameri-aM leaitue will be madeW
at oni-o ly tin- oritiiutonlmi In a body.
Ban JoIiiimiiu re e;niy went out a bul
letin to every AXiuiTJi.au league mag
nate csliliiif ntiruiiii to ib prvva
lence of lx-ui. u;l uckni wik-Ii club
owner to eniuri e to iih- wuer tue auc
tion In tin- -nxii.u.rfMi iriiliitiug
betting. Not aiiie'4iih. Imu li- has lu- (
formed tbe Mili.e ie m-fiueut if tbe
different -lttes f iiMuixluir ou tbe
PrenlJeot JobiiatMl tlfurea tbut lu or
der lo dlarouruife tbe Kauibler tuay
be necessary . to imo-e- UDder arrest
every rn caught making beta at a
Now tbut the American league ex
ecutive baa come out strongly against
gambling at bnaeball games at ball
parka and on the outside It Is up to
President Tom Lynch of tbe National
league to laane au edict against gam
bling. ' and the national commission
ought to get together and put It up to
the club owners to atamp out gaas
bllng or take tbe coueequeocea.
Ban Johnnou's crusade growa out of
a report that much gambling la betas;
Indulged in at Chicago. Detroit. Phila
delphia aud Boston. It baa been aaid
that there la a lot of betting m New
York, but tbe betting done In Now
York la nothing compared to what
done at Pittsburg.
In New 'York your neighbor may
aey.' "111 bet you 82 that tbe New
Torka get off In front and atay there.''
or If there la a man near you who la
a rooter for the rttrlng team you will
get sore because be la rooting against
you and bet blm $A that he In rooting
for a "dead one.n or vice versa.
' Now: thla Is not the betting evU that
Ban Johnson refers to. He. talking
atralgbt from tbe tbonlder end when
he gives Tent to theae utterances be
knowa what he ta talking about la hit
ting at a bookniaklng element He haa
learned that "booking Is being done
on tbe gamea In Chicago and la De
troit He alao knows that Pittaburg
has an element that "books" on every
game. What be fears Is that If meas
ures are not taken at once to stamp
out this aril the bookmakers wis to
rade the bat ball parka, and if this
comes to pass It won't be lone before
the game will bo In bad repute. '
Laat spring tbs gamblers attempted
to make a book on the two pennant
races. Odds were published on too
different teams, but the government
soon pot them out of business. Acting
on a request from Ban Johnson re
cently, the Detroit police began a
campaign against gambling on ball
games. On the first day tbey found
a dosen or more places where boards
giving odds were shown and books
made on varioua games.
Many years ago betting came near
killing baseball for It became known
that some of the ball players were In
league with tbe gamblers, throwing
tbe gamea or trying to win tbem. aa
Ibe betting demanded. Tbe managers;
fcrtvtlng out the itullty ones, black
listed tlx-in and then framed rules to
safearunrd the mime ngnluHt a repeti
tion of tbe scsndal. ' How well they
suit-ceded la lienl told by the grenl
popularity of the game IihUiv. fur Imxe
ball baa irrown and devei-d mull It
Is Indeed the gn-nt tintiotiiil nlinie.
equaled by no other mme th.-it wit
It no Johnson hna aoiuuled t!i- key
note, and It ) up t Im-ii1 of tli va
rious leiijcun suit club owni-rM to Jutii
tbe movement. If tblx I not dmi1.
then hnm-bnll will lo It popular-It?
Honest com I et It Ion alwnv will receive
the patronage of the betier of rlt-
ixen. That la why at n baser!! game
you always find our taw a'-'dUig titl
aena. . . . , i
Wants, For Sale, Etc
mm mular taaaa siaaatflai feaaMi as
will b tnsa'iea at oo east a w.
..ir m., ml aaanin i taaar
lions, one tn ears, 9r aiaatbi naif
tarh earS. ( naaa II par wamim.
Caah must aaoompaar ardar anlaas an
haa an aaa aooaont with tba aassr.. No
financial roapoaslblllty for ormro; wharf
rroro ooeor trma aorrweted a at lea wtU I ae
prtntaa (oe fsaraa.. ltaBlarasi Nuuws ia.
vANTKD 81000 loan on good prop
erty. , Address A-1Q, cars Eaterpnae.
WANTED Good plaoo to work fat
hoard. wbere -ean use ' nlano.' In
quire at. thla office.. "
J, ', I, i -in ii 1 "
WANTED--lExperlenced girl ' of wo
wan for general housework at Port
land good wages and pleasant
place. Apply 1006 Main 81, Oregon
City or 698 East Salmon St., Port
WANTED You to know that wo buy
all kinds ot Curios, that we are In
the market for second hand rnrnV
turo and Toole. , Wa also have
good URorUae.nl of aeoond hand
IMrnlture . and ' Toola on hand for
As Fresh As
In Early Dew
Such ore the groceries sold ot this store, I
' The delicate oroma of the coffee, the delicious
toste of the butter oil the oppetlzfng points
of good sweetclcon food ore carefully prc
- served at this grocery. Even our conned ond
.carton goods are kept In lowest quantifies
that they may be constantly renewed; Every
thing Is pure and cl eon cleanliness is next
to godliness here.
All our groceries are ae delightfully freak as p ... '
wild roes sparkling with dew en aN 9mry aummer - -morning.
Let a trial convlace you. (and or come
', vHh an order, or phone and a messenger will call.
- J. E.
... i. .
aale to those in need. Coma anj
aee; perhaps wo hare Just what yos
want Indian Cuiioa and trinket
for aale cheap; some that are very
unique and also very rare, QBOROBJ
TOUNO. Mala Bear Sifts, street.
FOR ' SALES Fbur-year-old German
coach horse, at a bargain, weight
about 1200 pounds. Inquire J. H.
Graw, Bolton.- '
ACREAGE One to Ave acres In sight
of Oregon City, 1M sad 80 per
acre; good level land; onja mile
from ear lino. Clyde IfcRae, 1008
Main 8L, Oregon City.
FARM Forf S ALB 80 acres, 7 mllea
souin oi vrrogon city on aioiaiia
road and 1 mile oast Inquire Mrs.
8. O. London. Oregon City R. F. D.
No. 8, box 111. . ,
FOR BALK House, two lots, on corner,-
house almoat new, 12x28 two
rooms, brick flue, young fruit trees,
garden In, other improvementa;
beautiful scenery; does to school.
For location Inquire Winkle's store.
West Side. Price 8495.00 caah. Rev.
Harvey Buck, Oregon City, Oregon.
FARM LOANS Dimlck Olmlek,
Lawyers, Oregon City, Or.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN On first mort
gage; 8500 and upwards: one year
or longer. Apply at once. Cross A
Hammond, Attorneys at Law, Bea
ver Bldg Oregon City.
BUILDER AND COTKACTOR.
HARRY JONES Bunder and Ooaorsl
Contractor. Estimates ehserfsUy
given on all classes of building
Have you erer looked Into tbe details of construction and the
mechanical features together with the hafldaome appearance
of the Mitchell Antomobilee to find the reasons why they are
being boufht by people throughout the state, who know the '
Talue of a food car. If yen are at all interested wo wOl be ''
pleased to demonstrate the car to yon with ful information
and can assure you that It is well worth Investigating before
buying. The car is absolutely guaranteed tt do what we say
it win. If not wo' are herji' te make goti. When we sen .
you a cai we will take care of yonr car one year free oft
; Other models cheaper Fully tqui'ppeil F. O. B, Orogoa CiV-,
Pkoas ua (or Jeaaoaatratio and wa.will call at your Lome i.t
Some Gotx) Barfaias'Ia Seooacl Hand Cars
C. G. Miller, Aut
' Garage Cor. 6th and Main Z.i.
HOUSE OREGON OTY
'I , ,.- M.n " f- .. a,,:
work, concrete watta aa retntereod
eooerete. Res. PVaas Mais UJ. ,
NOTICE Id hereby given . that the
County Court of Clackamas County,
Oregon,' will receive plans and esti
mates for remodeling and repairing
the County Court House and Jail of
All plans and estimates muet be
submitted' on or before 10:30 o'clock
on the Slat day of June, A. D. Mil,
at which time said plans and eati
. mates will bo considered by said
Court. '' '" '' t
' The Court reserves the right to
eetanfr ana-- ana all nl,n. '
i ne basis Tor sucn plana and ostl-
tmu mmimj ua uuuuuou nom anjr
member of the Court' by calling
. upon them or either of them at Ore
gon City. v
County Court of Clackamas Coun
ty, Oregon. y
, . R. B. BSATHfi, '
. WM.' VATTOON, -'
N. BLAIR. - '
) i .
O. D. BTBT, Attorn eyHU-Law. Money
loaned, ahstracta furalahad, laaal
tttlos esaalned. estates settled, gas
oral law bualneaa. Over Bank, of
Orogoa City. ...-
..... . .
TJTUEN BOnmUBU AttorajoTsat
Law, Dsstaiohef advokmt wffl fsa
tkse la an eourts, asalc
arias BMft. Oreawa atv.
H. H. COOPER, For Firs
and Real Estate. Let as
your properties we bay,
. exchange. OTTlos - u
Bldg., Orogoa city. Oregon.
lota $3.00 to .4.00.