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OREGOIf CITY, OREGON
C E. BROOIE, Editor and Publisher.
"Batarad aa saeood-olaas matter Jan
uary . 111. at tha post offloa at Onmrm
Cltr, Orastsa, undaf th met ot Mama
On Yaar.-by mall .. ....II H
tx Month, by mail .. ... 10
Four Months, by mall 1.00
Par araek. bjr earrlar... M
. rtrat Par, par incn nrat tnaartOB) 10
rirat Papat inch addad tnaarttaaa. . ltte
Prafarrad poaltion any pag. par Ineh
fltat Inaartlon la
raferrad poaltloa may pas, par saeh
added laasrtlaaa 1
Run papar other tha ftrat pa-, par took
fin Inaartloa IS
Run papar other thaa flrat pa, par oh
addad inaarUona a
uocal Io par Una: to ret-nuu- advar
Immts to naa.
Wants. For RaJa, To Rant, ate , an
srat word ftrat taaartlon; oaa-half eaat
Rataa for adrartlshut hi Aa Waaaly
Kntarprlaa will ba tha nut aa In tha
dally, for advartlaamanta art aepaetnlly
(or th waekty. Whara tha aavartlMmant
la transferred from tha dally to tha mit
y, altliout cnang. tha rata will ba a
an Inch for run of the papar. and 10 aa
men for spaolal position.
Caah should aceompaay ardar wmara
party la unknown in buatnaaa offloa of
Legal advartlalng at legal advartlarng
rataa. . .
Ctreua advartlalng and apaetal tranalant
advrtilna at no to Boo aa Inch, accord
ing to apaetal condition governing th
"flra Sale" and Bankrupt Raja" adrar
laamentB X&c Inch fmt msartlon; addi
tional Inaertfona aama mattar Ifta Inch.
Naw Itama and wall wrtttaa artfolao
wf merit, with Intareat to local raadara,
wfll ba gladly accept". Rejeotad aianu
serlpte hi returned unlraa aonompan
lad by aovraoa to prepay poataaot. -1
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
Z July 23 In American History.
lSlO-Charlotte Saunders Cusumaa,
celebrated actress, born la Boston;
lSS-OeneraJ C. 8. Grant died lu the
Drexel cottage at Mount McGreg
' or: born 1822.
ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS. -(Prom
noon today to noon tomorrow.)
Run seta 720, rise 4:40; oioou rises
2:42 a. m.; moon farthest uortb aud
highest Moon at perigee. 6 a. in.,
"nearest earth, distant 223.000 miles;
V20 p. m.. eastern time. Jupiter's sat
ellite No, 1 missing; tbe other three
closely rrouped about the planet
NAUSEATING WATER ON CARS.
The . State Railroad' Commission
should compel the Portland Railway
Light I Power Company to efher
serve fresh, cool water on Its lnterur
ban. cars or remove water from , the
tanks altogether. ' One day this week
a motorman was seen to come Into
the car with a screwdriver and remove
the chain and cup attached to the car
and then leave his car and obtain a
drink of cool water from a spring
alongsido the track in the vicinity of
Meldrum Station. This occurred while
the car waa waiting on a switch for a
car coming In tbe opposite direction.
Curiosity Impelled a passenger ta
press the faucet under the tank and
there flowed from the faucet water
that was lukewarm and nauseating.
No doubt there are many children
travelling on the Oregon City-Portland
cars who drink this water, which Is
really injurious to the public health.
If the Portland Railway, Light & Pow
er Co. cannot afford to serve cool
water to Its patrons, then It should
keep the tanks dry and remove the
cups and chains. We assume that the
water had been n the tank for days,
and we are surprised to know that
such fe practice on the part of a public
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' By GERTRUDE ATHERTON, Novelist
1FEEL sorry for tbe American man. T What chance has a busi
ncss man (and the vast majority of husbands in the United
States are business men) to make of himself an accomplished
and INTERESTING mate!
He comes home at night with what writers call "BRAIN FAG."
Tie is so tired that his one thought, if be happens to live out of town,
is to indulge in a swim or a game of tennis, then ENJOY a good din
ner and a long night's rest In any case bis consolation for his killing
' day is a bright, comfortable home and cheerful faces at his table.
This mighf, indeed, bo said to embrace HIS highest ideal of earthly
But he has no time to read ; he REJECTS the theater and opera
as another form of mental work; be rarely gets a chance at Europe,
or, if he does, is brought home by his womankind more tired than
when he left, and if there happen to be hiUHcum. and art galleries
in his town ifis not to be expected that he will give bis brief holidays
to their study. Nor, for obvious reasons, does be seek the society of
intellectual and widely informed men.
... , HE IS A MONEY MAKING MACHINE PURE AND SIMPLE, AND
TO COME HOME AFTER A TENSE AND STRENUOUS LIFE IN THE
CITY AND ENTERTAIN HIS WIFE IS AS LITTLE LIKELY TO BE
ASKED OF HIM AS HE IS LIKELY TO ASK IT HIMSELF.
He is kind, indulgent, a "good provider," this average American
husband, and, so far or I can see, nothing elho while our present con
ditions last can reasonably bo expected of him.
service corporation la tolerated by the
Some cynic said that language was
I . . 1 ... 1 tt.n..nkt A niAM
correct view Is that It was given that
men might say pleasant and helpful
things to each other.
The side that loses an election or
which falls to )asa a measure can al-
1. ,IV ika Allakt1nn
Wat UVI viliu 1W a -
that -nothlnjr la settled until It U
First BaptistCorner Main and Ninth
streets. Rev. S. A. Hayworth. pas
tor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:45
p. m. Sunday School at 10 a. m.
H. K. Cross, superintendent. Chris
tian Endeavor at 6:45 p. m. Morn
ing subject. The School of Charac
ter." Evening subject, "The Golden
Catholic Cor. -crater ana Tenth Sts.
Rev., A. HUlebrand pastor, res. 911
Water; Low Mass t a. m with ser
mon; High Msss 10:30 a. m.; af
ternoon service at 4; Mass every
morning at 8.
First Congregational Church. Morn
ing service at 10:30 o'clock. Eve
ning service at 7:45 o'clock. Preach
ing morning and evening by Dr. F.
A. Ferris, of Condon, Or. Sunday
school 12 o'clock.
Chrlat wLutriaran . Cor. Eighth and J.
Q. Adam traat. Rav. P. Schmidt
paator, raa. SOC J. Q- Adami; 8. 8
S:IS a. m.; praachlnx afternoon of first
and third Sunday at 1:S0 In Ensllah.
other Sunday aervlcaa mornlns at 1:J
with preachlnc In Garman.
First Church of Christ Scientist
Ninth and Center streets. Morning
service at 11- o'clock. Wednesday
evening meeting at 8 o'clock. Read
ing room open every afternoon ex
cept Sunday ' from 2 to 4 o'clock.
Morning subject, "Truth".
Garman Evanoallcal Tor. EUrhth and
Madison atraat. Rev. F. Wlevealck paa
tor. rea. 71S Madison: S. 8. 10 a. m..
Herman Schrader. Monro street. upt.:
moraine service 11. yoi-ns people at 1
p. ni. and preachlnc at I p m. Prayer
meeting- Wednesday at T:0 p. m.
Gladstone Christian Rev. A. H. Mul
key, pastor, res. Gladstone. Sun
day school 10 a. m., N. C. Hendricks,
supterintendent. Morning service,
11 o'clock. Brotherhood services at
7:45. Services were suspended dur
ing Chautauqua. They will be re
Mountain View Union (Cong.) S. S.
3 p. m.t Mrs. J. H. Qulnn, supt.;
Bible Study every Thursday after
noon. E. C. Dye will preach at 7:30
o'clock In the evening.
.Methodist Main street cor. Seventh,
Rev. E. F. Zimmerman paster, res.
cor. Sixth and Washington; S. S.
9:45 a. m., C. A. Williams, Glad-
atone, supt; morning service 10:45,
Epworth League 6:30, evening ser
vice 7.30. Prayer meeting Thurs
day 8 'p. m. Evening subject "Bun
yon's Great Religious Allegory "The
Pilgrim's Progress,'" Illustrated
with stereoptlcon. Rev. T. L. Jones
will preach next Sunday.
Presbyterlan--Seventh street cor. Jef
ferson. Rev. J. R. Landsborough,
pastor. Res. 710 Jefferson; S. S. 10
a. m- Mr a. W. C. Green, supt; morn'
ing service 11 a. m. Y. P. S. C. E.,
7, topic, "Lessons From tbe Ani
mals," leader, Ambrose Brownell;
evening worship, 7:45, subject, "The
Wind and the Whirlwind." Tbe eve
ning sermon will be preceded by a
half-hour of sacred song.
Parkolac ' feonareoawonat Rev. J. L.
Jone paator, rea. Clackamaa; 8. 8. 10
a. m.. Emery French eupt. ; praachms
aervlcea each Sunday, alternatlns; be
tween 11 a. m. and 7:S0 p. m Chris-
tlan Endeavor Thursday evenlns 7:10
St Paul's Rev. C. W. Robinson, rec
tor. Dally services: Morning pray
er, 7 a. m.; Holy Eucharist, 7:30 a.
m., evening prayer, 7:30 p. m. Sun
day services: k Holy Eucharist 8 a.
m.; morning prayer, 10:30 a. m.;
Holy Eucharist and sermon, 11 a.
m.; evening prayer and sermon,
7:30 p. m.; S. S., 12 m.; Thursday
evenings, sermon at 7:30' o'clock.
Owing to the absence of tbe pastor,
who is spending two weeks at Sea
side, services will be conducted at
9: o'clock by the Rev. Powell, of
Man Is a j
Money Making !
He Comes Home at Night
With Never & Thought
of Entertaining His Wife
and Makinj Himself an
Interesting Mate 0 0
mnnKTNO ENTERPRISE. SUNDAY. JUtA' gioa
(? ( ' aie'fti " . -
Photo by American Prva Aociatlon.
DOWN In Athens. Oa.. there are two rellca of the civil war that are unu
sual and Interesting. One of them U a double btirreled cannon, th
only one of the kind In the world. It was constructed during the war
on plans furnished by an ambitious army otflcvr who knew the ad
vantages of a double barreled shotgun and thought the same Moa could be
applied to artillery. legend says that the Idea was not practical aud the queer
cannon saw little service. But It Is spectacular and ornamental and thereby
serves a purpose as valuable as many of the obsolete weapons that did deadly
work In the sixties. The other relic to be found In Athens Is a metal coftln
that could be truthfully called secondhand, aa It hue held many bodies. Dur
ing the war It was used aa a receptacle for the remain f dead soldier thnt
were sent home, a metal casket being necessary for shipping bodies. lrr
metal caskets were sesree and expensive, and ao it ws not buried, but the
body wss transferred 'to a wooden coffin for burial
Portland. There will be no evening
United Brethren Cor. Oshtn and Taylor.
Rev. U K. CUka pastor, rea. Portland;
8. 8. 10 a. m . Frank Pirker. Maple
Ino. supt i mornlns aervlca 11. Y. P.
8. C. E. I p. m.. tvanltut aarvlc 1.
Willamette M. E. No regular preaching
service. 8. 8. I p. W?. Mr. Ream
Zion Luthersn Corner Jefferson and
Eighth streets. Rev. W. R. Kraxber
ger pastor, residence 720 Jefferson.
Sunday school '9:30 a. m., Rev.
Kraxberger, superintendent. Morn
ing service 10:30. Evening 7:45.
Luther League 7 p. m. The pastor
will hold Chldren's Day at Schnoor's
park. The sermon will he deliv
ered at 10:30 a. m., text, Matthew
vil: 24-29. subject, "Houses Built
Upon a Rock and Houses Unlit Up
on the Sand." In the afternoon the
program' will he rendered by the
Sunday school pupils and niembera
of the congregation. Ice cream,
cake and lemonade will be served
In the afternoon. There will be no
services In the church.'
West Oregon City School House
Services conducted by J. O. Staats
at 3 o'clock, followed by Sunday
BONDS OFFER TO HELP CANDIDATES
(Continued from page 1.)
direct means to obtain enough votes
to win the first prize to be awarded
to the district in which she resides,
and for that reason every spare mo
ment should be utilized calling on your
friends or persons who promrsed to
help you later on. Don't put It off.
DO it this week while this offer of
extra votes Is In force. It means three
votes for one, for after Monday July
31, the vote schedule, will revert back
to the number that was allowed In the
Promises Will Be Kept.
During the past week contestants
have made a good showing and cover
ed a fair portion of the city and county
taking all the subscriptions they could
secure and are making a record of
every person who promised to sub
scribe in their favor and every candi
date has tbe utmost confidence that
the friends who said they would sub
scribe later on will do so, and these
friends will not fall you. To these
people we want to say NOW, make
good that promise while this offer of
extra votes Is In, while your favorite
can - get three times the amount of
votes that will be allowed after July
A subscription NOW for one year
will earn as many votes aa three year
subscriptions later on.
Who is going to take first place ar
ler the last ballot is cast? That Is
VOTE COUPON. H,
GOOD FOR ONE VOTE.
This coupou when neatly dipped and properly filled In with the
S name of the candidate you wish to vote for, will be countad as one 4
$ vote. . d
Name of candidate .,., t
Address trff.. t
This couron Is void afte,r July 28th.
Cut on lines. Don't roll. Send In flat. $
GOOD FOR TWENTY-FIVE HUNDRED VOTES.
d I wish to Nominate Miss.
d Address ..
t ',.llLhl,.n0rmlnl?nr?"lnk wh'n Pny filled In and brought or
t mfoi d f 'T1 ttovtrtmmt of The Enterprise will count for
2 dida'te -" n,r 0M f b,nk wl b crdl, tolS can' J
Cannon and a
Coffin War Relics
the all absorbing question. Well, re-
n, t.a r fiirt. nut forth by camlt-
dates during this special offer will go
a long way 10 oetermine mat miraiwu.
As announced before, this will posi
tively be the best offer of the entire
contest to obtain enouKh extra voles
to make your chances of winning
equally as good as that ot (he candi
dates that entered from your district
and this opportunity should not be
Surely every camlldnte In the race
has five, ten or perhaps fifteen friends
whom she can figue on to sup
port her during the coming week, and
they will gladly do so If they are ap
proached on the matter when they
learn that you will be entitled to ex
tra votes. Think of it. for three "club
of five" new subscriptions your favor
ite candidate will receive 45.000 votes,
perhaps enough to place her name
far beyond the reach of other candi
dates in the district which she repre
sents. Don't Lose A Minut.
You should all be very much alive
to the situation that confronts you
now. What you want to do Is to fig
ure as if the Contest closes July 31,
then you'll get all the subscriptions
you possibly can this week and get In
on this offer of votes. You should be
ready to suffer Inconveniences during
this week and no person should be too
far to reach where there Is a possible
chance of getting a NEW subscription.
The race for first and second prizes
In. this contest, as well as other prizes
Is too close for any of you to let a
minute of the next week slip away
from you without using It for subscrip
tion getting. This offer ends July 31,
and you can rest all day Sunday to
your heart'a content, but be warned
that the Idling away of so much as
five minutes between now and a week
from tomorrow night may be the five
minutes that might have claimed suc
cess. Race To Be Close.
A warning that this race bids fair
to wln l up with the closest rush for
first place ever recorded. Is all that
the contest editor can give you. Your
fate is entirely in your own hands,
and If you lose through neglecting your
campaign during the coming week, It
will be absolutely your own fault, and
not mlnfortune. Your friends who have
stood by you during the past two
weeks are worthy of your deepest con
sideration, and the way to show them
conaldeiiitlon Is to put up the buttle
of your lll' between now and July 31.
Crack the whip with a snap that
will hound more like the rxplotiloii
of a bomb shell than the report of g
toy air gun. Your friends will wake
up to the fact that you are In the
thickest part of the battle and tney
will come to your aid with a rein
forcement of votes that-will stagger
the unbelief of your closest competi
tor on Saturday night, September 2.
d d it, d ;
Wants, For Sale, Etc
. . w IAalftad
will ba laaaMad al ana ""' Z?l Jr
tnaMon. half s r,,,ll'llh
lloaa. inch eard, II par
teak, ear. t nna Vr " ..,.
Caah nuit aooampaay ordar naas
aa an Span with
. . .Kin,. f,i arrnra: waarv
naaaoiaj rt".- ' -- . . ' ,n
arrora oeour ftaa t-l ",'T "J
prtalad for patron. '""""
WANTKrWollectors to see my col
lection of all eorl of curios, an
tiques, and Indian trinkets; stamps
for stamp collectors; coins for
numismatist, arrow heads for arch
eologists, etc. I buy and sell all
sorts .at curios; also alt kinds of
second-hand furniture and tools,
(leorge Young. Main, near Fifth
WANT -uiau advartlsementa fo
this column Prices very reason
able, ftaa rates at head of rol-iina
Read the Morning Kntarprlsa.
WANTED You to know that the Kn
terprlae job printing department la
the most complete lu tna State,
outalde Portland. Try It for your
FOR SAUC Piano and Organa In Iho
store of the defunct A. II. Sturrc
furniture store: will be on sale t
the hluhvst bidder beginning tu.l.C
and to be mintliiued until dlH4
P. I WAKKFIKLD.
vm ara offering several Gladstone
acreage tracts at very reasonable
figure for outside clients, it win
.a worth vour ahila to' See US al
once. Cross & Hammond, lleaver
TilKRK never hn,s been a disappoint
ed nurrhaaer of Gladstone property
A' general and healthy growth and
rise In values have satisfied - all
The last aale of acreage was at 11 100
per acre cash. This same property
was purchased only a few year
ago, at about $:'f( per acre. We are
authorized for outside clients to sell
ten acres on main Portland road
at a very low figure. Terms might
be had. Itetter see us without delay.
'Cross &' Hiaijimond.
FOR SALE Spare In this column
Soil that old plow or barrow; yon
don't use It since you purchased
-your new one.
FARM LOANS Dlmlck ft Dlmlck,
Lawyers, Oregon City, Or.
O. D EIIT, Attorney-at-Law. Money
loaned, a bat r sets furnished. lanC
titles eismlned, estatea settled, gen
era law buslneaa. Over Hank el
U'REN A SCHUETIEL, Attorneys-al
Law, Deutacher Advokat, will prac
tice In all couita. make collection
and settlement. Office In Enter
prise IUdg.. Oregon City. Oregon
BUILDER AND COT) ACTOR.
HARKY JONES Bulldsr and Genera.
Contractor. Eatlmate. cheeifoll)
given on all class of building
work, concrete wslks ana reinforced
concrete. Kee. phone Main 11L
E. H. COOPER. Fo Fire Insurancf
and Real Estate. Let ua landl
yoor properties we buy, sell and
exchange. Office In Bnierprls
Wdg., Oregon City. Oregon.
Mrs. L. k. Armstrong, daughter and
Mrs. Payne spent Friday at MonUvik
la (he guest m of Mrs. Koernlg.
Mr. nnd Mrs. U Vosburg with
friends ppem Friday In Portland..
Mrs. Charles Rlsley and daughter,
Olive, were Portland visitors Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Graham were
visiting Mrs. Hrown of Mount Tabor
Miss Kvt-lvn Itislev Is hntne from tha
Orcgun UnlverHlty for her summer va
cation. k -
Dr. J. h. McArthur went to Alberta,
Canadi, on a business trip.
Miss lxy Graham left for long
Beach, Wash., Saturday on the Potter
to visit her Aunt, Mrs. Charles Gra
ham. Hev. Henry Spela will preach Sun
da" morning In the Methodist church:
Miss June Hpauldlng of Portland,
was visiting Mrs. Iharlea Worthing
ton, Friday afternoon. .
If w fall to relieve your kldnty dis
ease, w will psy for the medicine.
The kidneys are rightly classed
among the vital organs of the human
body and, In order for a person to
enjoy perfect health it Is necessary
that their action he proper and
Rexall Kidney pills are Intended for
the treatment of more or less chronic
kidney aliments, and have been used
with such success that we unheHltat
Ingly offer them to you under the
i T?elM,..pl."! ar """""y very prompt
n beneficial effect, and. a. a nil,,,
the patient finds that It I. not nece
lit, J "7. "any nosing himself.
Rtori u L? T B,ttr-The Rexall
store. Huntley Rros. Co,
ROSE SHOW TROPHY ON DISPLAY.
Redmen Arrange to Tsk Pirt In Nsvt
In the d inlav mtnA . . - . .
tr.r. i """w vi Junes a rug
tore jg the bandsome loving cun nr
sonted to the Redmen of thl? cHy
the ,, 0-a-na w e
OneDt h." Ot march!
The cn 7. A"." .r-"-l "0men."
gold. Th. w " "n.ed
abeul your money n,itu
are a deoooltor hsra,
..in. .11 mid Btf aheak. Vue aKaab j.-
J vur Biua r . " . -J- nea to
comes a receipt. No trouble abetit ohango, no imm
monta, no quaajian -a - t "'I HtW. k
you have received. Your pass Seek and th otubo ( ZZy
always tell the itory. ' .
SE ON THE SAFE SIDE AND
OPEN AW AbbUUNT AT THE
The Bank of Oregon Qh
OLDEST BANK III TUB COUNTY
d. a iuTOimrrT proeidoot
i. ana-ota s Ssnhlni SVuoleeee. OPOfroai
LET UC DRILL YOUR VVt
SmiMmotlom auMrmmtmod. Immv oeoW
I CMOt"HSI"I a80ftof
RECEIPTS LIGHT III
CONTINUED SCANT SUPPLY OF
EOOS KEEPS UP
Compurlllvely light receipts last
meek made It hmIIim to effect a gen
eral clean up In the country produce
market and that wltnout any serious
nrlce-i titling. Current receipts of
eggs from local territory are no mea
ger aa-to rut but a small factor in
the market, and dealers look for a
continued scant, supply durlug tbe
next few months. rr strictly fresh
candled ranch offerluga 2ic to Jflc Is
said to I readily obtainable. .
Cherries are a little more plentiful
and the market shows an easier tone.
HIDKS (Iluylng Green hides, &e
to Cc; sailers, ic to Hc; dry bides,
12c to 14c. Hhiep pelts, 1 5c to 75c
DKIFJD FIlt'lTM-fxical prices are
Arm at from Ha to 10c on apples and
prunes. I'esches sro loe
SALT Selling (0c to 0c (or fine
B0 lb. sack, half ground 40e; 71 f
100 lb. sacks. '
Portland Votable Markets.
SACK VBGETAniJCS Carrwla,
II 25011 50 per sck; parsnips. Il.fi
(rflBO; turnips, 11280 11.S0; beets
VF.OKTADUCr Asparajtua, Oc0
11.75 per crate; eabbago, aow, tl per
hundredweight; cauliflower. I1..0
11.75 per dotenj celery, California, 76c
UpOo per duxen; cucumbers, ii.ootf
2 25 per doian; eggplant. 15c per lb.;
garlic, lOcOIZo per pound; lettuce,
50c per doses; hotboua lettuce, 11.50
Oil per hog; peas, set tic per
pound; peppers, 30cUVc per pound;
radishes, 15c per doxen; rhubarb, SVc
QIC per pound; sprouts, c; tomatoea,
UWUNB joooing priiwa; uregon
12.75 per 100: Australian, 13 50 per
lUU; 1 exaa, ti.io per craia; vamor-
nla, 2 per crate
Oregon City Stock Uuotstlona.
HOGS Hogs are quoted Ho lower.
Prom 126 lbs. to 150 lbs. tr, from
160 lbs. to 100 lbs. SHc,
VEAL CALVES Veal calves orlng
from 8c to loc according tn grade.
BEEP 8TEERS Heet teer for
the local markets aro fetching 4cto
6He live weight.
. SHEEP mi nrm at o to 6a live
BACON, LARD aud HAM, ara Arm
0 Quotarrena for orsgon City.
POTATOES Ilest, Iluylng 1H cents
FLOUR AND FRirrv..riii.F i.
steady, selling from 15 to 16 30; very
iiiiie oi cneaper grades.
OATS-IIluynai tlrav in tn n
white, from $25 to $20.
BUTTER fUnrinri n,....
country brings from 15e to 20c,
incy oatry rrora zoe to 22c. cream
ery 22c to 28c.
EOflS Hest grade 25 cento.
tie good stock offered. Good bens aro
bringing 12c. Old roosters aro In poor
T "' r'iers onng from lOo to 18c
with good demand.
"niiH irutn i to 17 cents.
FEKfV Shnro ton ... .. .
iVv iW. u . -wi Process bar
ley. 1. 13; tohnlA
,. H( Bji rn I J2 '
S"v S,rnJL 1 33 bat 3i
dalrv feed n qk '..'.'.
- , pr uunurea pounds
H7. AY.-n"J,ln Timothy H to
ill !! 10 ,(): -t hay host,
12; mixed. $10 to f 12; iralfj'l2 to'
' We Give 'Em Away
WITH EACH S PURCHASE
WE WILL GIVE YOU A 11.26
RAWHIDE BUGGY WHIP.
De.l.r. In Wool, ro(Jf Hy
0"n, F.sd, Coal, Salt, Sugai
HTM AND MAIN STS
of OREGON CITY , OREGON
ORIOOM OITY SHOE SHOP
Cor. Vaughn and fJ
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