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MOUSING ENTERPRISE TUESDAY. JULY 4. 1911.
C2Z003 CITT, ORXGOIf
E, C BROOIE, Edit and Puellee.
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lWn boeitlaa 'bay
Km Mr" etber tba first
In mmt stbr IhM frees
I4M fr.Ttlnb be
liecaJs Ibe par Mm; to raswlar 4rar-
Wutt Far Bala. T ItoaL eta.. we
atee tor a4nrtto)m4 to fce Waektv
rtuiftiM wta be- Um mm as as- the
ajry. tor advert lei aata 4 aeparJaJy
ar M w..k(y Wirs tha aavertlataa at
la timaafarratf frwaa tbe wally t tba araak.
I, without cuur. tha rata win ha to
tr rwa as ma awsar. awe. iot mm
Laal urnrtlatag at V-J agvsrtlalae
CWeve aeverrtstnc; artd aaactel traaatoat
MHwtMaa- it Kals Me as barb, anror
mtm ta aaactal ccatdltkaza rwrarnr- taa
Tire sJ a4 Bankrupt Bala- 4w-
t la ZVe rack fb-at fnaartl
Mn KaaM and vail
4f aMTlt. wrtk rataraat ta local I arm.
an! aa aiadlr aaorpaM. Racfa4
aartota a 1 1 itiaa
la by auaaoa to arepay ,
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAFCR.
Jy 4 In American History.
X7TS Dec la ratios of tb todepradrvr
and prootaliratvd at Philadelphia.
KtH- Natbaalel Hawthorne. America a
aatbor. bora: died IMM.
tS Jooa A da ma. aeroad presideot of
tba Calted KUtes. died: bora I7B.
Tbomaa Jefferaoa. third preaideot
of toe Doited State, died: bora
E31-Jaaea Monroe, flfta preaMeot of
- tba Catted States, died: bora ITSK.
1310-Jark Jeaaaoa oerrrw defeated
Jeffries twbltat for world's aeary.
CREATING A BUSINESS. I
; , If it pay tha merchant ta adrertiae .
aala occasionally. It pay him to ad- f
yertiae a sale daily. Tbla has become
. . . .n , . .
recognised i the roercantile world and
wa find tha ap-to-data merchant la tha j
advertiser, tha one who arranges a !
tale of articles dally and leta the peo-!
. . ... , .
pie know about It, say. tba,. Albany
Daily Herald. !
rauaDr at tba occasional aala. tha
pric. of nearly aver, articiecarried i. j
, materially reduced. . Instead of mak
ing these reductiooa. la a lump, tha
wise merchant makes them oo aa ar
ticle or twb at a Unas dally, aad uses
them aa tha leaders" to attract at
tention. Then at tha season's end ha
makes a big sale oa the surplus ar
ticles left from tha daily sales.
This Is tha secret of attractive trade
and it Is responsible for taa growth
of so many small stores iato big de
partment stores. Tha successful city
store cannot be operated successfully
without advertising and tha same
methods successful in tha big city
create success la the small town.
, ' Tha big Willamette Valley Chautao
fua opens today at Gladstone Park.
. Tba program is better than ever be
fore and a larger attendance Is prom
ised. . With each recurring year more
persons take advantage of tha opxr-,
tunlty offered by tha Chautauqua for a
One outiog, made all the mora pleasant i
by literary and musical treata and
bach tor acc4 aoaftlea.
Oaafe about ccoeapaay areer srwere
a ait la aakamri la baateaaa afftoa af
athletic contests. There is nothing Two Are Baptized,
lika the Chautauqua to build up a per-: .Al thu morning-f session of tbe
. ..a vi- r . . , . v , ,ut convention of the Christian Wo
on and fit him for returning to his meD; of MUl!lon,f , fealure
work with- renewed strength and en- of the program waa the address of
thusiaam. Tba management has en-' (ne president, Mrs. Ella Humbert, of
gaged the best speaker, musicians j .Eun- ,he coure ner
mA w ,.i .v tJk ne 1 that the prayers of the
and other entertainers for the Assem-1 m4.mbers be directed to the prosperous
-bly. There will not ba a dull day. j Chinese Mission being conducted in
If George Washington, Thomas Jef-1
ferson, benjamin Franklin and the oth-
er great men of revolutionary days
could visit Clackamas county today
that they lived not In vain. There
will sure be soma "orating" here-
abouts on tbla gladsome Fourth. All
tha mora power to you, our silver-
To Treat Women Fairly Is to i
Serve the Cause of Peace !
Bv Barnn n'rtTniinMri i r
t., """'Aiti! rrencn Diplomat
TV TOT few people are becoming greatly alarmed at the progress
I N feminiat moTemei,t that ia. people of a certain type.
J : ' Tber apeak of it with the same acorn that their fathers
, Bpoke forty year ago of social reform, of modern mimic
and of dirigible balloons.
, THE SCOFFERS WILL SOON CHANGE THEIR ATTITUDES TO
DEFEND THE CAUSE OF WOMEN IS TO SERVE THE CAUSE OF
"Every tradition of tyranny is bound up in and falls back npon the
DOMINATION of woman. In to far as man renounces these tradi
tions of domination, woman breathea FREELY and the standard of
txsktty ia RAISED.
Tbe fact that woman la weak doea not in itadf explain why ahe ia
trt properly treated Man fa not aa bad ai all that, apd, in any case,
r-an has other weapona aa powerful in force with' which tfl oppose
Ta dia bd4 oratory today bkould b
laatlng rfottVo of tha Obrl OB ta
(ood (( of Oroa cootl4 la Bry
Tak tha winga of BroralBg
Abd tfeo Barkaa wrvcrt plrc.
Or ka thraelf la tb contlnuoMt
Wber rolia tb Oroa,
And brn bo aoai4 lt owa
Tbla baarlaa allrfatloa will b KlT"
a rhetorical ppercot. tab aad aolar
plexas blow, by oar Browae!!, Dtra-
Icka. IUy d otber amulatora of
IfMora. DetaobthaoMO. Webster. CUT
ad Henry today. Taea, loo. tboso
Olnabla -daiblofs" r golnc to
bay a ble lob competing aita tha
ailghly roar of myriad fuaa aad flra-
' , a
5000 ATTEND BIG
PORTLAND MECCA OF LARGEST
GATHERING OF CHRISTIAN
WORKERS THIS SEASON.
COfiYLXnON OPOiS TUB KORNDiC
Introductory Scrvica to ba at White
Tampta. With tha Rev. Reajor
PraaidiflO Governor Writ'
PORTLAND. Or. July (Special)
with s-ooo dflegatei from aU pni
of the loited States bound for taa
International CoaTeatioa of CbrtsUaa
Churcbea. to.baheld ber. tbia, -oek
Portland la the Mecca for tba largest
religions gathering to ba held la the
country this aesaoa. Delegates are
arririag oa all incoming traiaa. about
ioO already having reached here. More
taaa 2,000 will actively participate la
tba coayention. which will bs la
progreaa for eight, day, the greater
number of aeaalona being held at
One of tba largest body of delegates
to arrive waa that from Cincinnati.
227 persona coming on tha Rosa City
Special. H. H. Waggeaer. of the
Christlaa Standard, of Cincinnati, is
in charge of tha train which waa met
TV tuIlM kr tha Wo. J. P. nhorav
, ' V :.
Notable Workers Present.
Another apodal car brought a larg
tny from Memphis, la charge of the
Rer. W. H. Sheffer. past or of tha First
other notable chorch workers who
are taking part in tha convention are
A- L Orcutt, Indianapolis, general sec
reUry of the ministerial relief; Grant
R Denl Amerlcan
Christian Missionary Society; U P.
Crigler. 8L Louis; tha Rev. Holu Sap
Long, a Kansas Qty miUioaaira lum
ber man. a prominent lay delegate,
and Evangelist Meyers and singing
Evangelist G. O- Gates.
The convention will open tomorrow
morning with the annual board meet
ing of the Christian Woman's Board
of Missions. The meeting will con
vene at 10 a. m.. at the First Presby
terian church. At 2 p. m. the annual
meeting of tba board of managers of
the Foreign Christian Missionary So
ciety will be held la the same place.
In tha evening tbe formal introductory
service will be held at the White Tem
ple, tbe Rev. W. F. Reagor, presid
ing. Tbe program will ba aa fol
lows: 7:30 Sacred concert.
800 Decotional aervice. led by C.
F. Stevens, Spokane, Wash.
8:20 Remarks by the chairman,
W. F. Reagor.
8:30 Address of welcome on be
half of the city of Portland. W. B.
Hinaou, D. D., Portland; solo, Mrs.
Maud Springer-Watkina, Portland.
8:40 Address of Welcome on behalf
of the State of Oregon and the North
west. Governor Oswald West.
:00 Response by D. Y. Donaldson.
9:15 Convention sermon, B. A. An-
Portland. Two converts, she said,
f were baptized last night, making eight
since last September.
The body, numlxrlne several hun
dred memliera, rose to Its feet and
, Mve the Chautauqua salute to demon-
! tr' ,u appreciation of tha faithful
single Sunday at the mission. Tbe
j president urged greater activity upon
i ,n women. declaring that this, the
, juonee mission year, had proved that
women were becoming a strong factor
in the evangelization of tbe world.
si.-.... . . . .
Russian Dancers' Gracefulness
Proves Surprise to New York
'if aO 7
RrsSIA m aat aaaally thaagbt of wbea art la coaaidered. aad yet tha
Raaaiaaa have seat a troupe af dancers to New York who have glvea
tha Americaa med-cpotis new ideas about what the art of dancing la.
These dancers are not ealy extremely graceful, but tbey tell rompleta
ateriee, tales of love sad tragedy, by means of mimicry. Of courve one need
aa Imagination la order to nailerstaad tbe Imaa-ery. bat oae need nut Mug
except aa appreciation of tbe tmutlf nl aad tbe graceful to delight in tbe pox-a
and gyrations of the dancer. Owe of tbe dances they are giving shows a
chapter from tbe life of Cleopatra, aad another preaeut tbe prelude to the
"Arabian Nights." The gorgeous oriental coloring and the languorous mulc.
af course, add greaOy to tbe spectacle,' Tbe plrtures above bow various
of tbe dancers and give aa Idea of
Hewitt If sad about old man
Groet losing his leg In that railroad
Jewett Tea. It must be a great dis
appointment to him. He was always
talking about -getricg there with both
feet." Brooklyn Ufa.
That man la only twenty-ona years
of age. bat ba baa Just woo tba ebeas
championship by defeating his oppo
nent in 100 eooseradve game
"Go oa! No man could play a hun
dred games of cbess la twenty -one
years!" Toledo Rlsde.
Seldec cf Foetuna.
"What b a wiuller ! fnine. u'
A soldier of fortune, on. ta a rat a
bond who fights tor aurldy woo aks
him and thea puts op an awful scream
for help from hia own country when
ha gets into trouble." Cleveland Plaia
Will Be Incomplete
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25 CENTS A MONTH
It's worth the money.
It's like a letter from home
It will keep you f ally informed
about the happenings of your city
and county during your absence.
Yoti can place your order by telephone.
The Morning Enterprise is the only
daily -newspaper between Portland '
anJ Salem. It is steadily growing
Yotf get all the newt worth while in
The Morning Enterprise
tbe grace and skill of tbe performers.
Span) ah Law.
Tba dilatortneaa of Spanish law is
almost Incredible. A watch waa stol
en; tbe owner Immediately Informed
tbe pollc of the robbery Seven years
afterward ba waa called upoa by tbe
authorities to give evidence as to the
lee antail a ataafc.
- "IT! match you."-a id tbe hungry
man la tbe boarding boose dining
room, "to deride whether you take my
share of beef or I take yours."
"No. thank you." replied tba other
hungry one "I never play for small
Patronize our advertiser.
An Irishman says be always abuts
his eyes when be looks at a lady
Patronize our advertisers.
H e Ti.
rw. n. aenuire sunburn In a slngla
blUtering. bk b turns yi as r.-d a
. L.vr.e ant! mskea TOO Si:!T-r fr'M
smart for da-. That kind of turn
roarsena the akin, often permanent j.
The 't.-otlug bealthrul tan r, acquir
ed gradually by a ("ui.lr life. l
true, but without golne hi.tieas la tbe
hot sun or bathing tbe lace in sait
Tn. wtit And that the real country
girl wboae ceuulrr.us yon admire
never are ao fUh a to fjde their
k.ir .ml arart-h tlietr fai-- la a July
sua. Suuburrml hair U en wore un
becoming than a glowing fn-. sua.
beside, that sort of eijsjsura dries the
hair too mo h
Go hatlewi all yoo ran. but ot waea
the sun la K-orrhing hot. I m not. how
ever, wear a heavy hat. Kehvt a l-ght
wt.t. brimmed affslr which will aduilt
tbe air to the acalp. but temi-er the
Always carry your own soap, wheth
er you summer In the Msiue woihI or
at a fashionable wstertot: place, i ue
soap wbkh one raou Ukea may be
polaoo Uaoot ber skin.
(-arry a fog with cold mam. sun
bora and freckle lotloua. (wwder and
absorbent cotton, tooth powder. aU-o-
One raa oa this bag aa an emergen
cy cheat and add a small raa of mctl
Irlnea, dialntecUnta and baudagea.
Ton will not nod tbe bag a burden.
On the contrary, you will tbaok your
self manv time for lis poaavaalon be
fore the umner Is over. y
Eememler that a be It by tan dor
not mean s wellng. blistering burn
whose diaflrurtug hue Is so dm-p to
last until Thankxglvlfig.
TK Athlat. GirL
The athletic girl bas Dually discov
ered that to snow her siortiiig spirit
he need not ne-ewurlly aarrtOte ber
good look and feminine i bartn.
8ba aootbes ber sunburn Khe nurse
tha corn from ber bauds caused by
rowing and tennis. Hue keep her bulr
gtoaay and la good color by constant
rubbing of tbe acalp and application of
a good tonic.
She remembers that a sea bath la In
Ttgoratlng. but that for cleansing pur
pose th tub must not be eutlrely
Ia short, she lakes even tetter care
of herself during tbe vac ation than she
does In winter In order to make tbe
best ue she can of tbe life glrlni:
breezes aad untrammvlMi Ufa in the
Weak End Outfit.
It la most satisfactory to fit ont
mall aatrbel which can be easily car
ried when making a week end visit A
mall bag I a convenient size. If It
baa a long pocket, all the better, for
this will bold the bottle. If not.
fasten a piece of wide ribbon or Ue
down one side of tbe bag to bold the
bottles In place and wedge the to In
with soft prter.
Each bottle should bare a tlybt cork
not a glass stoper. on account of
In the bag carry a chamois with
which to wipe tbe dust off the face.
coople of wab cloth, two small fuc
towels, nisnlcure outfit, brush ami
comb, toothbrush and th aoap which
suits your skin best
Before going ,ln tbe sun always use
a cleansing cream, and after tbe cream
la all wiped off use a good face pow
der. This will help to prevent freckles.
At night before retiring bathe tbe
freckles with freckle lotion ami alio
It to remain on overnight. I not gel
the lotion In tha eyes. The following
I lotion may be used: Take rorroslve
subllmste. two grains; lemon Juice, one
I ounce; rosewatcr. four ounces; xw
dered borax, one-half dram, t'se i
few drop In water when the face Is
A good cleansing cream to remove
the dust of travel Is plenty of fragrant
lice or talcum powder to freshen one
after tbe bntb and a generous bottle
of eau de cologne to balhe one's
wearied and aching bead. Tbese are
some of tbe "must haves" of most
women traveler. .
Bmelllng alts may also prove nse
fuL Cucumber cream will relieve qo
burn, and peroxide may not come
An Ugly Nose.
Tbe redness of tbe nose after meal
suggest Indigestion, to treat which
avoid all rich or oily food, masticate
and salivate thoroughly, eat slowly
and do not drink sny liquids at meals,
but tak half an hour before or one
hour after. An Indigestion mixture
would also help.
Mix these Ingredients to mak a good
ber tonic: Fulphate of quinine, one
dram; rosewater. two ounce; bay mm.
four ounce. Mix and apply every
night to tbe hair. Thla reelp will ar
rest baldness and Induce a luxuriant
growth of balr.
Ambitions Author-Hurray! Fly
dollars for my latest atory, -Tha Call
of the Lnrer
Fast Friend Who from
Ambitious Author Th express com
pany. They lost It Woman's Home
A Changed Map.
"1 haven't recently heard 70a ex
pressing the hope that your rich old
ancle might ahuffla off."
"No. II married a young woman
not long ago. and I'm buy hoping be
may llva forever" Chicago Record
Yar bills aa all paid by ehee. Var sKeok, whaa ratarwaa, be.
camea a racaipt Na trawbla abpwt thaaaa, aa diaputa aeaut aay
meats, aa aoaatloa as rrra year wraoay has ar haw much
yau have ratalvad. Vaar pssa toe a aad th stubs f year shack: bea
slwsye tell taa atary.
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CATTtE MARKET IS FIRM, j
Supply Jo Equla Din4 Wh
pric miqi. t
Th I'oritand I'nlon Stock TafU
Company reports as follows: ,
Kxetpta for th past week ha
been: Ctll ljio. cai fc.
Mil. sheep 7 117 and hors aid
The upplr of rattle coming oa te
market this week ha Just about f
piled ihe demand of th trad, lb
fore th market remalna firm aid
price steady at lope quoted beta
fore. A good many California stew
oo tba market, well finished, median
weights, around I.IMI pounus, eassr
brought 5.:S, a remarkable price t
grasa rattle, lluyers ara anieiua to
secure good rattle of this type aid
willing lo pay th price, tin lot it
eitra choice helfera brought !17S.rr-
alloc a sensation la the row aiatW.I.
good row a brought from 11 to !-
with very-few offering.
In the face of good receipts sal
fancy prlcea prevailing tba veal dt'l
slon ' deserves a aearat paragraph
this week. Although ralvrs are be
ginning to come In. ia carload lot,
price remain steady at formr to.
$750 waa paid for vral cars of
good, light well finished stuff while tk
heavier classes rang from to W
The bog market continue to ad
auce with very few local swine In
evidence, ilest light hogs brought
$7 15 this week and heavy hog d
vanced another notch, now being
quoted at fronT$ to $ si. owing lo
For the pat six weeka w hat
been elperlenclng a very heavy run
of mutton, much of It of poor or med
ium quality, being thin and half fat
While the market ha declined some
what during thla time local authori
ties predict that the heavy end of tbe
run la over and that price will ac
cord In (f'y advance. Feeders will soon
take their sheep to tbe mountains
for the summer where they will not
be available for market purposes, thus
causing a lighter run. In fact lambs
hsve already shown an upward (en
dency, one extra choice lot bringing
$5.5o thla week as compars4 with, a
top of $5 25 last. Ke are quoted at
$3 r,o to $3. Wethers $1 lo $3.50.
Very little change Is aparent In
the horse market, drafters and light
drivers and delivery homes atlll In
demand. One aale worthy of sierlal
mention waa that of a team of draft
ers for $t.!.
Following sales are representative:
350 Sleera 1175 $6 25
C Steers 1270 05
158 Steer ..ll5 .W)
74 Steer I0C7 5-kO
227 Calvea . 14 7.50
10 Calve , - 3H3 6.50
1 Bull n)0 4.rsi
1 Stag 1400 5f.o
375 Lambs f.C 3.35
7fi2 lmb 2 5 25
59 Weather i2 3.50
47 Ewe C3 3 00
12 Heifer 1050 S.75
64 Cow :s j 25
28 Cow iiO 115
60 Cow !l15 l.oo
237 Hog 15K1 7.1S !
f.tl Hogs 108 7 10
159 Hogs 193 7.00
3 Hogs 27f
1 Team Draftera $trw
I Drafter 2'i
1 Drafter ihO i
are the popular atyle in bome
architecture. I apecializ 00
designing and building bung
alowa that are convenient in
arrangement, homrlike in ap
pearance. At Moderate Cost
If you are thinking of build
ing call and see me, or phone
for an engagement.
CONTRACTOR ft BUILDER
Ninth and Main Streate.
Phone Pac-Maln $292.
Cor. Vaughn and Twenty-fourth at.
Jun 28, 27, 28, 29, 30, July 1, 2.
Gam Begin Weekdays at S p. m.
Sundays, 2:30 P. M,
LADIES' DAY FRIOAY.
Boys Uder 12 Fre to Bleachers
Furnished with operating
room, ward and private
Psc. 2243 Home IV298
yaar asaaajf rrialters whan aa
a asaosJtaf' bar.
r. J. MBTasfL CaahU.
feea A. M. f a. m
POTATOES WEAK WITH INCfttAtl
NG SUPPLY WEATHER MOLDS
ACK LOGAN ERRtEt.
Ijttl basin win a traasc(4
ber today. All stores wjl cloa at
noon. I'ertsbable atuS mr will
b moved, but t muck of anything
ela ' I'otatiwa wer weak again Non
day, with aa Increasing tp!y.
tkioaeberrte will b out of th B1SN
ket lu a few data. .Jl Irtm ware a tew'
boxe klwbday and I bey bold at about
6c. Kaspberriea are worth about $1 7J
top. Logaaberrlr will begla to com
In larger quantltlea la a few daya, po
albly by lb end of tha weak. Tb
rool aeather haa held them back.
Owotarrwn r oreeen City.
IMTATOK8 Heat. $160. g4
13 26; corrmon, 2. During, carlo,
aelect. $2 10; ordinary, $1 tH). new po
tatoea are aelllng at t 12c. '
FLOUR A NO FEEI -Flour ll
steady, aelllng from $6 to $5 50, very
Hill of cheaper gradee. Fe4 Is
higher and rising slowly. Ilrsn bring
OATS-IMuyingl flray. $24 lo $25,
while, from $: to 127.
HOTTER (Uoying) Ordinary
rvuntry brings from 15c lo 20c,
fancy dairy from 20c to Kt, cream
ery 2:c to 25c.
ECUS untying i r rangUg from
1,x to 2lr. according lo grad
IHH'LTUY I Buying Firm wlh lit
tle gotMl stock offered. Good ben are
bringing 11c. -old rooatrs ar la poor
dmand, broiler bring from 20c lo 21c,
with good demand.
Wtxl (I!tir.tgl Vool pric ar
ranging from lie to 16c.
MOM Ant tnuylnc-Trtconmo.
hair hv leen way up, son having
brought b h'xh aa Sao locally. Quo
tatlo:.a are 27Ve and demand I strong
from 1:6 60 to $27.60, aborts $21 to $10,
rollad barley $31.60 to $11 33. proc
barley $33. wbol corn $11 to 131.
cracked coT $3 to $33. Wheat 111
HAY (Buying.) Timothy IK to
117; rlover $ to $10: oat hsy, best,
$12; ml zed. $io to $13; alfalfa, $12 lo
HIDES (Buying Grn hide. 5c
to Cc; altr, 6 He to te; dry bide.
12c to 14c. 8hip pelts. 25c to 760
Dill ED FRt'lTS Local prlcae are
Arm at from So to 10c on apples and
prune. I'eache ar lc.
SALT Selling 60c to SOo for One.
60 lb. sack, half ground 40c; T6 for
100 lb. sacka
Portland Vgtabl Markst.
SACK VEGETABLES Carrot,
11 250 $1.60 per aack; pars trips, $125
ft 1160; turnips, $1 25$1.60; beet,
VEGETABLES Aspsraaus, OcO
$1.75 per crate; esbbaga, new, $3 per
hundiwdwelght; cauliflower. $l.0tr
$175 per dozen; celery, California, 75c
1i!oe per dozen; cucumbers, $1,609
$2 25 per dozen; eggplant. 16c per lb.;
garlic. locCKc per pound; lettuce,
50c per den; hothouM lettitce, $1 50
l$2 per box: reaa. tcetle per
rri'nd; peppnra, 30cO36e per pound;
radishes, 15 per dozes; rhubarb, 240
' ft 3c per pound; sprouts, c; tomatoes,
rOTATOES Oregon, Jobbing price,
$2 60 per huadred; n"w potatoes, 7o
?l 7 He per pound.
ONIONS Jobbing prices; Oregon
$275 per 100; Australian, $3.50 per
100; Texas, $225 per crate: CaU'or
nla, $2 per rrate.
Oregon' City Stock Quotations.
HOGS Hoga are quoted He lower.
From 125 lbs. to 150 Iba. JVije, from
150 lbs. to 200 lbs. me.
VEAL CALVE8 Veal calvea' orlng
from Se to loo according to grade.
BEEF 8TEERS-n.ee! ieer for
Ibe local markets are fetching IVioto
CHe llva weight.
SHEEP m nnu at to 5e live
BACON, LAKH and HAM, are firm.
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While Paying Rent
100 down and $12 a month
takes tbla comfortable alx-room
house and lot. Hons 1 wired
for electricity. Lot 62x106 feet.
Some fruit on place. Well lo
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