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VOL 2 N. 21.
OTING HEAVY AS
OFFER NEARS BID
VlM CROSS TAKH LEAD IN CITY
AND ALL CANDIDATE ARE
$ IN RESERVE TO TELL STORY
;ntMtnta In District No, I Are Un
tiring In Tholr Effort to Win
Hiss Offered By The
Onl two dsys of tbo special vote
Kvf ire Irft and who U going to
Lad when lb votes are counted after
M. returns are la can't even bo coo-
Lcturad Wednesday morning Dally
IniarprU will trll tb talo, and ur
Irliri for all aro eipected, aa moat
if th candidate aro working an bard
kit week tbo eonteat manager baan't
lad a rhanee to talk to them, from
trlrt No I come reports tbat all
contestant aro putting In a stron-
Lui ek and from tbo way thing
r going In District No. 1 It la evl
mt tbat all the candidate aro mail
K vry mlniilo count. Juat glance
kr tha Ht. There aro but alight
t difference between any of tbam.
nt Myrtle Cros takes tho lead to-
r but bow long aho will romalit
i that poult Inn la hard to aay. Our
rut alihra go with you Mlaa Croaa,
ut bt warned, others aro working
k win and you will find yourself kept
kiay Haying at the bead of In Uat.
iu Era Kent take aeennd plane to
ff, but likewise wo would not hazard
rie aa to what poaltlon she will
Irupy on tb Hat when tho apeclal
kt offer la abrogated.
ii Btory I Third.
Mia Lna Story I third Juat at
la moment, but wo would not bo sur
lied to aee ber nam flrat on tbo
it ho all return aro In from tbo
,rlal vote offer.
Mia Allle War come next with
l,l nl Virt Kii niifl,(,iiil
Um War I making tho beat of tbo
kx-lal vote offer and don't any ono
turpriaed ir aho exchange place
h tit Mder of today.
Tht total of other randdate In
met No. I aro Incroaalnt In pro-
Krora District No. aro get wofld
fit all the girt aro putting In a
rnuou week and from tbo way
ni are going In tho aurroundlng
kiatry w know tbat all tbo rontea-
aii are making every mlnuto count.
kd It aurely I worth while a 10.000
Hot and to tho girl who get a
lib of fir.
krprlM Aro In ttoro.
And by the war there lan't much
in Irft until tbo con teat- cloaea.
Id all you girl who aro leadng aro
lag to be very much urprlaed at
Bumtter of vote that will bo
"Ufht Id at tho laat minute bv alrl.
om. to look at tho atandlng you
uia tbink didn't have a chance. La,
ka, w warn you now. that you've
ft to get going hard and keep going
iron want to win. Too can t lot up
k a minute during the remainder
f tb con teat, bee a ii ae thoao behind
tti will walk on your hoela If yod do.
a number of girl In each district
t been voting juat enough bal-
a to ken within atrlklna- dlatance
I'd kt th aro time ther have been
uldlng np a great big reaorva these
' the girl who aro going to upset
I calculations, aa they attll keep
orklng quietly but effoctl rely they
rp getting aubacrlptlona continually.
ro work will Win.
Now, conteatant. aa tho conteat
M a good start. It I beginning to
row aerloua, many of you glrla who
F' aiayea near tho top lnco tho
Inning and building ud a fair r-
t are golns- to ho dlaanoolntod If
tu don't win ono of tho prlsoa and
- i'ii you now that thoro la only
way to win and that la to work
" the next two daya. Tho girl who
"lng to let up and tblnka her re
fr will win for her la going to bo
osniy disappointed young woman.
The wise ones In thla contest aro
lilting in longer houra and trying
rder for suhncrlntlnna than aver
r"r. and tboy aro tho tfrta w1o
tatr Effort Now.
If The Mornlna Rnternrlsa nrlxes
r orth working hard for during a
Tlod of almost eight weeks, they
re surety worth a apeclal effort dnr
' the remaining few day and It 1"
rd work that will win.
oii can't work hard trying for
"wrrlptiona without . getting them
know hecanaa we Via anllrtted
lborlptons ourselves- and wo hare
' n"r the pernornranco that your
Now start In thla morning and
P your mind to iret at least
r""! new yearly auhacrlntlons ererr
f r during tho remaining dsr of this
work Uko that will win and
Rlrls who do thl we predict will
' among tho prlo winners.
HACKlTMa i nir t T..1- a '
- ..UMgnV. tfUIJ o.
v"oik irom mo oeopoat tno Doay
lOuatRv Islng ws found by an un
pker. to whom Islng had written:
" "iiu nci mt, HDl Q"nu,
Pirst Annual Picnic
Whts of the Rose
Hl MT, HOOD ELECTRIC ROAD
Car Leave Oregon City at "
Sunday july 30th'
KE MONTAVILLA CAR AT PORT-
HISS AHAWDA JCLEAR
DIES OF PARALYSIS
TUALATIN WOMAN IS STRICKEN
Mlaa Amanda Clear died Thursday
night at her homo at Tualatin, after
an lllneaa of five weeka. Hhe wa
stricken with aralyla three week
so and did not apeak afterward. Mis
Clear wa tho daughter of John Clear
and wa thirty-eight year of ago on
February S laat. About five week
ago aho .wa operated upao In a Port
land hospital for tumor and It wa
believed the operation waa entirely
aucceaaful, but a atroko of paralyals
followed three weeks later. Mis
Clear lost her mother a year ago.
Hhe la survived by ber father, a twin
brother. Andrew Clear, of Tualatin,
and three latere, Mr. John Caret h
era and Mr. 8arab plckereon, of Can-
emah and Mrs. John Winters, of Rex.
Or. Tbo funeral will take placo at 11
o'clock next Sunday morning from tho
family residence at Tualatin and tho
Interment will bo In Wyono rometery.
W. S. UW SPEAKS
IN SEATTLE TONIGHT
W. g. IT Ren leaves thla morning
for Seattle wher ho will apeak to
night at tho referendum dinner In
honor of Sidney and Beatrice Webb.
of London, tho celebrated writer and
lecturer. Mr. ana air, weuo nu
C. B. 8. Wood, of Portland, also will
speak. Mr. Webb la an aoaoclato of
William Morrl and Bernard Shaw In
the Fabian Society, and la an Influen
tial member of London'e Central Body
Council. Ho and bla wlfo aro leading
authorltlea on Socialism, co-operation,
municipal government and trade
unlonlam In Great Britain. Mr. U'Rn
will speak on tho initiative and refer
endum, and what they havo accomp
lished In Oregon.
To Close at 6:10 o'clock. (
Beginning Monday the general de
livery window of tho postofflco will
cloae at 6:10 o'clock In tho ovonlng.
STANDING OF CANDIDATES IN CONTEST
MISS MYRTLE CROSS. . .
MISS ALLIES WARE
MISS LENA STORY
MRS. E. F. ZIMMERMAN
MISS TILLIE MEYERS. ,
d MI89 KVA KENT
MISS ELLA WHITE....,
V MISS ROSE JaUSTIN....,
MIHH LJL.L.Y lAJKli
MISS ROSE MILLER...,
MISS ANNA WOODARD.
MlSd EVA ALLDRBDGE
CAN 'DATES IN
Mfsa JlCNNIE MX
MISS DENA PROSSKR
MRS. M. T. MACK
MISS ADA LA KIN
MISS FAY BATDORF
MISS EDNA HUTCHINSON. . .
MISS MILDRED RHJAM.,
Mtaa mi par R!S ..Sandy
MISS LILLIAN HOLMES
M1S8 NORA KIMBERLY
MRS JULIA HOLT
MISS INEZ KNOX
MISS ELSIE 8HOKNBORN
MISS ETHEL CLOSNRil
MIBH BLODWEN THOMA8
MISS MAT JOHNSON ,.
MISS ETHEL Dfl BOK
MISS HELEN SMITH ...
MISS HELEN RABICK. . ,
MRS. DELIA ROBERTS..
MISS ROXY COLE
MISH VRRNA MEAD.....
MISS HAZEL HUNOATE
WEEKLY ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED 1366
I HEERD YE SAY A HUNDRED POUNDS!"
DEAD EELS ARE USED
OBJECTIONABLE BODIES REMOV
ED FROM RIVER BY FISH
Resident along the Willamette Rlv
or from Oregon City to 8ellwood will
no ngr bo bothered by tho thous
and of eel that are collected In that
part of tho atream following every
Juno freshet. poUutlng tho atmosphere
with tho stench of decay. The irtate
Department of Fisheries has hit on
a plan to rid tho river of tho dead
eel and at tho aamo time turn them
to use as food for young salmon at
the hatoherlea. '
Deputy Flab Warden Rathburn
said that about seven tons of dead
eels hsd been gathered recently and
barged to Ooblo. where they were
placed In cold atoraga mti) spring,
when they will be distributed among
different hatcheries and ground Into
food tor young salmon. Tho -same
procedure will bo followed In the vic
inity of Tho Dalles, where dead eel
are numerous each year.
It was not until recently that ex
periment were made at the Bonne
ville hatchery wth eela as food. They
proved such a success that the ex
pense of gathering them on barges
and holding them In cold storage waa
deemed warranted. Eels, like salmon
and other fish, come Inside seeking
spawning grounds. Thousands die
from water and are caught In holes
and along tho bank when the river
recedes. No useful purpose waa found
for eels In the psst. but henceforth
tho Department of Fisheries will bave
n annual harvest.
The followng aro registered at the
Electric Hotel: Albert Pequeon, cl(y;
II. Lively, Town Hall; Sam Lnton, A.
Jeffrlea, Portland; J. T. Hattan and
wlfo, John Peters, Wilson vlllo; W.
C. Mongreen, Canby; J. O'Brien, Clear
Creek: O. L Jenklna.-city; J. Wall,
Portland; J. M. Fisher. Minneapolis;
A. B. 8nlder, R. C. Wygant. Salem:
W. H. Burnett, Salem; J. H. fltlpp,
James RoatalL Frank Hobelt. C. M.
Inman, Salem; Paul H. Stege, Salem;
DISTRICT NO 1.
AS FOOD FOR SALMON
,,,. Oregon City
, .... Oregon City
Oregon City .....
, ....Oregon City ....
.....Oregon City ....
, ....Oregon City ....
DISTRICT NO. 2.
. . .
. .Mllwaukle ...
. . Went Oregon
Osk Orovo .
...Canemah , ..r..
, , .Jennings Lodge
OKEOON, SATURDAY, JULY. 29, 1911.
STEEN PITCHES GOOD GAME AND
: PORTLAND. HITS BALL
LOS ANGELES. Cal., July 28.
(Special). Again the stalwart Bea
vers, who aro going some, faced the
humble Angela and put them on the
bum. Bteen was on tho firing line and
Buddy'a stick ' wa working, and not
a member of the nine could bo ac
cused of shirking. A Crleger tossed
them over thoro were aome awful
whack, and II bl ogles were banged
out. by Portland' baseball cracka.
The score waa 16 to 3, which isn't
such a much, but 10 to 8 la victory.
and puts the A'a In Dutch. .
The results FTldsr were as fol
Pacific Coast League Portland 10,
Los Angeles 3; San Francisco 6, Oak
land 3; Vernon 6. Sacramento 2.
Northwestern League Portland 8,
Vancouver 7; Tacoraa 6. Spokane 6;
Victoria 8, Seattle 4.
American League Philadelphia 1-6,
Detroit 0-6; Washington 6, Cleveland
2; Chicago T. Now York 6; 'Boston-
8t. Louis game postponed, rain.
National League Pittsburg 9. Bos
ton 4; Cincinnati 8. Brooklyn 6; St.
Louis 5. New York 2; Cblcsgo 6. Phil
W L. PC
Portland ..... 64 46 .582
Vernon . 64 64 .642
Oakland 64 68 .525
San- Francisco 59 60 .496
Sacramento 60 60 .496
Los Angelea 46 73 .387
W. L. P.C.
Vancouver -63 40 .613
Tacoma 68 44 .669
8pokane 58 45 .663
Seattle i 52 48 .520
Portland 47 63 .470
Victoria 27 75 .265
FORESTER SHOULD BE
I1ED OE FIRES
OFFICIAL WILL AID IN FIGHTING
FLAMES THAT APPEAR
F. A. Elliott, State Forester, In a
leKer to The Morning; Enterprise
urges that his office bo notified Im
mediately of all forest fires. Tho let
ter ! as follows:
"The State Forester la constantly
getting notice through tho dally pros
and from resident of tbo atate of
(Ire having got beyond control after
several days' fighting, that have not
been reported to his office until af
ter becoming a menace to tho neigh
borhood. He wishea to urge upon all
state fire wardens the necessity, of
reporting to him all Area as soon
after being discovered aa possible. In
stead of waiting until they become
dangerous to life and property. One
such fire has Just been brought to
his notice after having burned three
weeks, that might have been controll
ed and probably entirely extinguish'
ed If reported earlier so that proper
assistance could havo been given.
"Every state Are warden, or oiher
persons, In case they are unable to
get In touch with a state waraen
should telephone or telegraph (col
lect), F. A. Elliott, State Forester
Salem, Oregon, Informing him of for
est fires before they get beyond con
PARIS. July 28. Tho capital suf
fcred today from a renewal of tho
heat wave. A maximum temperature
of 95 degrees was recorded. ,
Fight Date Fixed.
MILWAUKEE. Wis.. July 28. Sep
tember 15 has been fixed aa the date
for the Wolgaat-McFarland match
CAPITAL ROAD TO
BE DECIDED TODAY
HIGHWAY COMMISSION TO EX
AMINE ROUTES ON BOTH
SIDES OF RIVER.
COUNTIES MIST DEFRAY OPENSES
Construction Work to bo Started
Early In August Route Through
Oregon City Probably
Will bo Chosen.
Members of tbo State Highway Com
mission will leave Salem today on a
tour of both aide of tbo Willamette
River. Tbo object of tho trip wilt be
to determine tbo route of tho Capital
Highway. It waa believed last night
that a routo through Oregon City
would bo decided upon.
Tbo roads will bo Inspected and
town and districts will bo visited In
the counties lying west , of tho river
It Is tho Intention of the commission
to make a complete study of the sit'
uation tbat selection of the most prac
tical routes may be made.
Dlmlok Can't Go.
Those who will make the tour are
George F. Rogera, of Salem ; C. T,
Prall. of Portland, and frank C. Rlggs
Mr. Rlggs will donate the use of bis
automobile to the commission In con
ducting It preliminary work. Grant
B. Dlmlck, the third member of the
commission, will bo unable to Join
It Is understood by tbe commission
that tbe project la not to be a state-
aid undertaking;. Governor West has
promised to put to work from 150 to
180 convicts on the road but the state
Is not to bear any direct expense Inci
dental to the enterprise. Each county
through which the highway will paas
Is expected to furnish supplies, ma
terial, teams and funds. This aid
can be given by the, County Courts
a well a private Individuals.
Decision Expected Today.
"Wo expect to make a tour of the
country between Portland and Salem
and decide on the route at once," aald
C. T. Prall, a member of the com-
mssion, who la also president of tbe
Oregon Association for Highway Im-
. t rt l . l l . -
at once wo will be able to go ahead
with our plans In a few daya. It Is
desired to begin . actual construction
early next month. -
"Every effort will be made to com
plete aa much of the road thla year
as possible. The citlzena of the coun
ties through which the road will pass
must give the project assistance If
they want a modern highway to be
built between the capital and Port
land." VIKG HURT AS WAGON
UPSETS III RUNAWAY
Wing, proprietor of the China Gar
den In the outskirts of Oregon, City,
had a narrow escape from serious in-
Jury when his horse ran away Thurs
day morning near Oswego and threw
him from the wagon. The frensied
stead ran for more than three miles
with Wing holding tightly to the
reins and doing hi utmost to stop
the animal. Tbe runaway horse came
to an abrupt stop when the wagon
struck an obstruction and turned ov
er, throwing the driver out and Injur
ing his Knee. Tbe horse freed Itself
from tbe wreckage and continued Its
mad course until It reached Its stable.
Jamea Kilroy, who was passing, went
to Wing's assistance, and helped him
to his feet. Tho horse was frightened
by a trolley car.
HOUSE THATS AFIRE
Tbe borne of Bert Goodpasture, at
the corner of Fifth and Water streets,
was menaced by Are early Friday
morning, and but tor the prompt work
of a man employed In the blacasmUh
shop across the street, the building
probably would have been aestroyea,
The smith saw the fire burning brisk'
ly In the roof and licking the eavea
of the Goodpasture home. He sol red
a ladder and hurried to the building.
With the aid of several men who
brought him water tho man soon ex
tinguished tho blate. The roof was
dry and the shingles were burning
like tinder, when the self-appointed
fireman began dousing It with water
,'. R. MONEY QUITS '
William T Mnnev haa severed his
connection with the real OBtate firm
of Freytag ft Money, ana u. w. n.
ftfiii. it.. na Mvn anil nne-
miUVM. I " I HI" K " - - -
half yeara manager of tho Wells Fargo
. . . , . in A
i.omnanv or mis cut. win m.-vu
vim Mr Miliar win tlll ha connect
ed with the Express Company as here
tofore. Ho Is well known In this city,
.n i ik. ,nnnt Mr Monnev
pj wfi, an v-i"i
has, through his connection with th
real estste office Inducea many per
sons to come to this county to live.
Owing to other buslnena matters,
.KiAk mill tianAiiallnt hla belnv 1WIT
from the city. Mr. Money was obliged
Judge Campbell Puts Out
Fire That Menaces Block
J. U. CAMPBELL O
Judge J. V. Campbell, on Thursday
evening, with several buckets of water
extinguished a fire which had gained
considerable headway oo the rear
stairway of the big frame building
at Ninth and Main streets, the lower
floor of which waa recently vacated
by J.. E. Seeley. the grocer. Judge
Campbell waa sitting on tbo veranda
at home at Ninth and Water streets.
when he noticed tho blaze. He hur
ried to the stairway and soon ex
tinguished the Ore. The building I
an old one. and If the fire had got
beyond control It would havo been
difficult to have kept It from being
communicated to adjoining buildings.
and the entire block would have been
menaced. Judge Campbell thlnka the
Ore started from a lighted cigar or
cigarette, which some one threw on
IS IIKG STREET
CH'er OF POLICE INSTRUCTS
MEN HOW TO LAY
Sprinkle, sprinkle, little man.
Sprinkle, sprinkle, all you can
In tbe broad and dusty street.
Driving off tbe burning beat.
. . But be careful little man,
Aa you sprinkle til you can,
Not to wash away the street
Leave It there for weary feeL
Councilman Burke called Chief of
Police Shaw's attention Friday to the
careless sprinkling that la being done
on Main street. Many of the persons
who. are dousing the street with wa
ter In order to get surcease from tbe
heat, are washing away the aand
binder, and, aa a result, the bricks
are chipped easily. The chief Im
mediately cautioned the sprinklers to
hold the noxzles of the hose at an
angle of forty-five degrees oo that
the water would drop gently on tbo
paverucrt. So if yon happen to get
a good ducking today you may be con
soled, by the knowledge that the
street la being saved and the taxpay
ers' money; as well.
MRS. SIMMS OBSERVES
Mrs. John Simms entertained
a few of her friends and relative at
her home on Seventh and Center
streets Thursday afternoon In a most
delightful aanner, the occasion being
tbe celebration of her fifty-eeventh
anniversary. The rooms of tbe home
were prettily decorated with flowers,
and one of the features of the after
noon was the presentation of a hand
some set of sliver knives and forks
from lie guests. A luncheon was
Those present ' were Mr. and Mrs.
Jake Wills, who recently came from
Wabeno. Wis.. Leslie and Norma Wills,
Mrs. Ornuslon. Mrs. J. W. Davenport
and two children, Lyle and Helen,
Mrs, H. M. Montour, Mrs. Anderson,
Mrs. Theresa Becker, of Muskegon.
PLEA SAVES TREE-AS
STREET IS IMPROVED
Thfe Improvement of Cener street
rmm iriAvonih north haa been re
sumed, and the work will be pushed
to completion. , uoniracioi wuuiu at
Dartm,, in nnw hliaV with the steam
roller and laying crushed rock. This
block will be one or tne mosi auric-
Hu In rha rnaldentlal district. Tne
historic elma planted by the late Dr.
Atkinson in Oregon City a earuem
daya will not be rased, and. through
Dr. Ice's intercession, the large elm
at tho corner of hla property was not
destroyed, aa was at first contemp
lated. At a special meeting, tt was
decided to build the curb to tbe tree.
Such shade trees as these are what
help to make a city beautiful,, and
should be protected,
WASHINGTON. July 28 The Itin
erary of the Pacific torpedo fleet has
been changed to allow the boata to
reach Astoria August .
WEATHER INDICATIONS. -
s Oregon City Fair Saturday;
, vregon Fslr Saturday; north-
Peb Week, 10 Cemtj
ARMY IS BEING REORGANIZED
AND SUPPLIES ARE SENT
TO FRONTIER FORTS.
SPECIAL TRAKS CM PkG
. . -)
Statosmon Sanguine That Peaceful
Solutions Will B Reached-'
Congo Partition la
PARI8. July 28. Franco, though
outwardly more placid than yesterday
la omttting no precautions.
Tbo army Is being reorganized and
aasembled, while stateemen profess
themselves aa sanguine of a peaceful
solution. War preparations today In
cluded order to tbe cavalry to bo
ready for the field at the first signal,
tho heavy provisioning of tho forts
on tho eastern frontier by apeclal
trains ran out of Paris at night, and
the mastering of all regiments to
their full quota.
Army To Bo Reorganized. .
Tbe Cabinet met at Ramboulllet to
day and at the conclusion of its meet
ing announced the decision to reor
ganize the army,' accompanying the
announcement with the careful ex
planation that thla action was oc
casioned by tbe resignation of General
V. Michel as Commander-in-Chief be
cause of differences with his col
leagues over he program of national
defenses. The Superior Council of
War. composed of generals of ' tbe
army, continues, but the vice-presidency,
which waa held by Michel,
will be abolished.
A chiefshlp of tbe general staff, car
rying, practically the supreme com
mand in time of war Is created In
stead, and General J. J. C. Joffre will
be appointed to the latter poet.
The Superior Council of National
Defense, which 4s presided over by
tbe Premier and composed of most.
of tbe minister, remains, with the
addition of a permanent boremu of
study, composed of three officer, ono
each from tho departments of war.
marine axid colonies. '
Other Changes Aro Made. '
Many other changes bavo been de
cided upon, all designed to make sure
a systematic machine, capable of In
stant and effective action la time of
war. . . - ' . .
It Is understood Baron von Klder
Iln Waechter, the German Foreign
Secretary, who la conducting the ne
gotiations with Jules Cambon, tbe
French Ambassador at Berlin, has
modified his original program and la
now asking for a partition of the
whole coast of French Congo, but at
the aame time naming other condi
tions which France would find dif
ficult, if not Impossible, to accept
RICH I1AII IS CRAZED
BY STATEIM i;0. 1
SALEM, Or, July 28. Statement
No. 1 dementia proved to be tbe un
doing of Henry J. Miller, of Aurora,
one of the wealthiest hopmen of the
Willamette Valley, who was commit
ted to tho atate asylum for the In
This la the first instance that this
species of Insanity has developed, but,
according to his friends who have
known him for years, alienists should
brand hla Insanity with no other
. Lniripg i u a in bi campaign, wuvu
Statement No. 1 waa originally heard
of. Miller was candidate for a seat
In the House of Representatives in
the Legislature. Hla whole activi
ties were In the Statement No. 1 di
rection. Since that time bis mentality has
been falling visibly. To many of bla
friend hi position on tho question
of Statement No. 1 has been appar
ent as tbe reason for his mental fall
ing. SOUVENIRS TAKEN TO
COURT AS EVIDENCE
Justice of the Peace Samson has
under advisement a suit of Block V
Block, of Cincinnati, agalqst R. G.
Marchbank. of Estacada. Mr. Samson
also -has In his possession a large
box of chinaware, which waa the
cause of the suit The Estacada firm
allegea that It had a verbal agree
ment with the Cincinnati concern to
furnish It chinaware upon which was
to be pictures of various buildings In
Estacada.- It I charged that the
good delivered did not contain the
pictures. Tbe firm desired the china
ware to sell as souvenirs, and alleges
that without the pictures It la worth
less for that purpose. Justice of ho
Peace Samson ordered he attorneys
to submit briefs.
Hot Weather Necessities
Flrolesa Cookers $7.B0 up.
Denatured Alcohol Stoves ...,75o up.
Hammocks , I1-2S up.
Bathing Csps .....79e
Knickerbocker 8prsys tl-00 up.
Bath Mitt and Towala. ...... .25o up.
Cold Craams (Your choice Is hero.)
Toilet Wster i.25c up.
Talcum Powdr (all kinds.) ,
Raxall Nic for Persperstlon ....15c
Evry good toilet and bath room
accessory I her.
HUNTLEY BROS. CO-
THE REXALL STORK..
LAND TO MT. HOOD DEPOT.
scheduled to be hold In Milwaukee.
to give up the real Mttw numu.