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VOL 2-No. 27.'
CHANCE FOR ALL
IN VOTING CONTEST
Vntror.1"0 candidates rut
AFTER WIIK OF AMAINfJ-J-
SuBWOIH. TO BE RESUMED TODAY
Another Spaolal Offer Will Mad
to T VoU-Oattlng Abllltlta
of Varloua Contestants rtuet
lara Will Win.
Voting was somewhat light Tuaaday
n The Entarprla Grand Voting Con
ml Mont of tha candidate took a
iut - antlclpat renwd activity
,! kiiiI iiMik for manycnanie in
h landing of candidal before th
t,rk Ima pauMxl. Owing to tha mall
mm h rural dlatrlcta not being r
olvvd up t lima 01 counting
.allots It la difficult to aay Juat who
Lra tha leaders In Dlatrlct No. 1. W
kill ity. however, that nana la ao far
a lb Irad hut that tba low out on tn
nt bm a good chanra to ovartake
)W tx-fora September I, tba laat night
f tha eimtaat.
Home ara holding votea In reaerv
l cut later on au you laadart bad
itrr keep at it or you migni nna
KiNirM'lvrt second t om morning.
(Keep In mind ovary on who baa
hwmtsed you a aubecrtpilou lalar on,
ir l.rttfr aim. niaa a manioranuuiu
,f ihoa promisee, aa you ara llkaly
a fowl them befor September 2,'
ba cloning nlKht of tha rontoat. Now
ha Content Kdltor wlahea to Impraaa
hit noon tha mlnda of each and ovary
randldaie: If you kaop diligently af
ter voles your rhanroa ara aa good
hi any of the real to win on of the
Now Oftera Will Help You.
Now that tba apeclal vote offer la
Vtimcatad don't Imagine for one eec-
nd that the contest la over. That
Iter, aa staled, la the beat that will
tie (Ivan, but we are going lo aprlng
, new una ahortly whereby Iha one
bo do tha best work for a elated
IxrUid will REAP A HARVEST OK
VOTES: ao don't become dlacouraged.
We are not going to tell you all about
thlat until each and everyone of the
roniestauta are ready for tba fray. .
letter keep conalanlly at It. no
matter whether you are flret on tha
Imt or laat.' We" can't tell yott all
ibout thla new offer In thla laaua, but
keep your rrlenda mindful of tha fact
that you are In the race to win and
wt every euhacrlptlon you can, aa
oon it you can. It'a a whole month
More the conteal cloaea and you
will have aevwral pportinltlei
ViutdUtanre your competltora before
September 2. t.
All Have a Chance.
Your cham ea are equal. You who
lira at the bottom of the Hat may have
Utter lurk from now on than your
competitors, In any event turely the
lirliea given are worth making an
ITort to win. and good earnest work
from now on will place you with the
I'pon a recount of the vntes caat
Monday It waa discovered ' that.
throtiKh a typographical error, Mlaa
Myrtle Croaa waa not credited with
the full amount of votea cast for her.
Aa announced In a previous laaua of
Tha Enterprise, throe mlatakea are
Mahle to occur and wa can rectify
them only when (Uncovered; or In
other words after tha recount la
The central management waa eor-
rT to learn of an accident wlilch be-
'II one of the candldntea Monday
(account of which will appear In an-
other column) and hooea It will not
deter her from being aa actlv In the
rutnre ar ln the neat. In thla merry
The frills. I... ..,l.t.r.,1
the Electric Motel: O. Oaakell.
Kennewlck; A. Jacob. PortUnd; M.
Pollock, Portland; P. Oienther,
Ubiinon, Kanaaa; George Sttben, V.
""i'j , ri. rjiieuuiii bw.-
M. R. Hoy lea, Molalla; R. Wllnon
'. H. Clark, W. C. Mangulri, Canby;
'"'i rox. Halem; Mra. FerMill, Erie
a aV I? nB"o Bh'rta. Thla weak
H.V.i L.8AV,N0 ln 8n,rt raw
"'I Nothlnx . . .
j4and3 Hata at ..2.39
onina ....... , ., .fl. 19
ih'Jhi 0rd ,n 'ithlnfl Juat now la
t,!-u 8y,,'" elothea, reduced one-
. Not Like Other,
th and Main ata
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CITY RIDI8TRICTID TO CON
FORM TO INCREASE IN NUM-.
BCR O' VOTERS.
WILLAMETTE IS ALSO AFFECTED
Boundarlee Changed In Preolnota
j Where Mora Than 300 Ballota
Were Caat at Laat
New boundary llnna In all preclncta
but one In Oregon City and In Willa
mette have been approved by the
Couuty Court. Tba order waa made
at the July term. The law nrovldea
for new boundary llnaa In al .r
cl net a where there were more than
3tK votea polled at the laat election.
The third precinct In the city remain
the aame, but all othera were changed.
V. W. Oreenman, formerly County
Clerk, flied the boundariea, wnlch
wer approved by Judge tleatle Tuea
day. The following are the new boun
dariea: Willamette. Iieglnnlng at the
nortbuaat corner of Election 35, T.
t 8. II. 1 K. of the W. M.; thence
aouth on aectloa line and continuing
to the Willamette River; thence up
the Willamette River to the mouth of
I lie- Tualatin River; thence up the
Tualatin River to Ha Interaction with
the weat line of Section 34. T. 2 S.
It. 1 IC.; thence north on Section line
to the N. W. corner of tba aoulbweat
quarter. of Section 17. T. t 8. R. 1 E. ;
thence eaat one mile to the N. E. cor
ner of the Boot beaut quarter of Sec
tion :7. T. I 8. II 1 11; thence aouib
to the nortbweat comer of Section
35; thence eaat one mile to tba north
eaat corner of Section 35 to the place
Oregon City No. 1. All that portion
of Oregon City lying and being aouth
aouth and weat of the following dee-
crllied line to-wlt:
Commencing at tha center of Fifth
atreet at tha Willamette River; thence
eaaterly to tbe Interaectlon of Fifth
atreet with J. Q- Adama atreet; theuce
aoutherly along the center Una of J.
U. Adama aire to the Interaectlon
of Promontory avenue In Falla View
Addition to Oregon City; thence wet-
erly along tha center line of aald Pro-
motory avenue to tha city Umlta.
mrwan -4ty NfV t All that portion
of Oregon City lying and. being aouth
and weat of the following deeorlbed
Iieglnnlng at the Interaectlon of the
eaat bank of. tbe Willamette River
and the center line of Fifth atreet;
thence eaaterly along thcj-enter line
of Fifth atreet to the center line of
J. Q. Adama atreet; thenca northerly
along the center Una of J. Q. Adamj
to the center line of Tenth atreet;
thence weaterly along tha center line
of Tenth atreet to tha Willamette
River; tbenca aoutberly along the
eaat bank or the Willamette River to
the place of beginning.
Oregon City No. . Beginning at
tha Interaectlon of the eaat bank of
tha Wlllametle River and the center
line of Tenth atreK; thenca eaaterly
along tha center line of Tenth atreet
to the center line of J. Q. Adama
atreet; thence northerly along tha
center line of J. Q. Adama atreet to
the city llmlta; thenca following aald
city llmlta to tha Willamette River;
thence eoutherty along tha Willamette
River to the place of beginning.
Three Couplaa Oet Llceneee.
County Clerk Mulvey leaued mar
riage lleenaea to the following:
P.lHnrhe Smith and 8. R. Henneaay, of
314 Sixth atreet. Portland; Sarah
Toole, of California, and William
Toole, of Portland; Anna Mae Bar
ber and Edward Jamea Steele, of 671
(Jllaan atreet, Portland.
SuDBcribe for tha Dally Bnierprlee
STANDING OF CANDIDATES IN CONTEST
MISS MYRTLE CROSS
MIS3 ALUE WARE
MISS KENA STORY
MRS. E. F. ZIMMERMAN
MISS TIL.LIE MEYERS
MISS EVA KENT
MISS KI.L.A WHITE
MISS HUH Hi JUann
t MISS LILLY LONO
MISS ROSE MILLER
MISS ANNA WOODARU.
MISS EVA ALLDREDQH
MISS NELLIE ORIMM. .
a MISS JENNIE DJX
MISS ELLEN MOEHNKE. . .
MRS. M. T. MACK....,
MISS ADA LAKIN
MISS FAY BATDORF
MISS EDNA HUTCHINSON,
e MISS MILDRED RBAM...S.
MISS ADA CARES.-.
MISS ULLIAN HOLMES..,
MISS NORA KIMBERLY. . ,
. MRS. JULIA HOLT
4 MISS INEZ KNOX
f. MISS EI.81H 8H0ENB0RN,
MISS ETHEL CLOSNER...
MISS BLODWEN THOMAS .
MISS MAY JOHNSON
MISS ETHEL DB BOK
MISS ANNIE GARDINER ...
- MISS HELEN SMITH
MISS HELEN RARICK
k MRS. DELIA ROBERTS.....
MISS ROXY COLE
ft- MISS VERNA MEAD
t- MISS HAZEL HUNGATE....
WEEKLY ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED I860
OREGON CITY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1911.
(nix on i hat STTtl " FT I J
THEY WLL KEEP
FROM GOING TO SLEEP.
TO JOIN SWEETHEART
Her infatuation for a young farm
hand led Nellie Bailey, alzteen year
of age, to leave her home at Canby
early Tueaday and walk mora than
ten ml lea In a aearch for him. She
round the young man early In tba af
ternoon, but Juat aa aba waa greeting
him, Deputy Sheriff Mllea and the
glrl'a mother, who puraued her in an
automobile, appeared and took her to
her borne. 8be begged them to be
allowed to talk to the young man, but
they told him to go about hla work.
and deaplte the tearful pleadlnga of
tbe girl, tha object of her long and
tlreaome aearch waa denied.
Mlaa Ralley walked from her home
to New Era where aha boarded a train
ror Oregon City. From here aha
walked to tbe place where the young
man worked oq tha Redland road.
Soon after her daughter'a disappear
ance, Mra. Bailey notified Grant
White, who owna an automobile, and
he and Mr. Whit came to thla city
in tbe machine. Tbey were Joined
here by the deputy aherlff and the
party hurried to tbe home of the
young man. The girl had Juat reach
ed there. Mlaa Bailey met him sev
eral montha ago when be worked for
a neighbor of her parents.
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DISTRICT NO 1.
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Oregon City ..18263
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DISTRICT NO. 2.
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REV. WARE JILTED HER,
FRIENDS OF MINISTER RECENT
LY REMARRIED TO WIFE DO
NOT CREDIT STORY.
Tha Rev. A. J. Ware, whose wife
obtained a divorce from him several
montha ago, and waa remarried to
hlra in thla city last week, is accused
by a woman, who arrived here from
the Eaat, the first of the week, of
having Jilted her. She declared that
she had corresponded with Mr. Ware,
through a matrimonial agency, after
hla wife obtained a divorce, and that
he agreed to marry her.'
Mr. Ware'a relatives and frenda de
clare that he never told them of bis
being engaged to marry a woman In
the Eaat, and they do not place any
credence In the woman'a atory. Upon
her arrival here ahe- waa Informed
that Mr. Ware and his former wife
had been remarried, and she appear
ed to be very much chagrined. Tb
aame day. however, it is reported,
she agreed to drop the matter if Mr.
Ware would furnish her money with
which to return to her home. All
efforts to find her last night were un
availing. The Ware'a have three children, and
It Is aald that It was through them
that the remarriage was brought
about. Mrs. Ware charged her hus
band with flirting with members of
hla congreKatlon, which he strenu
ously denied, and bis friends likewise
declared was untrue. However, It U
said, rather than to have court no
toriety, be agreed to let hla
wife get a divorce. Before the second
ceremony, it is declared that she ad
mitted she did not think the charges
she had made were true, and that
she retracted everything. This Mr.
Ware and his friends thought was a
complete vindication. Mra. Ware was
formerly Miss Belle SurfuB, of this
city. Their children are Gertrude,
sixteen years of age; Raymond, four
teen years of age, and Joseph, thirteen-
years of age. The couple were
first married on July 25, 1892. and in
1896 Mr. Ware became a church work
er and was soon ordained a minister.
MISS HELEN SMITH .
HURT AT BALL GAME
Miss Helqn Smith, or Canemah,
who leads In the second district In
the grand prise voting contest being
conducted by The Morning Enterprise,
austalned a serious Injury while
watching a ball game between the
Pledmonta and O. W. P. teams In
Portland Monday. A foul struck her
on the bead, and dated her for sev
eral minutes. However, with the
same Indomitable pluck ,which aha
has shown In obtaining votea, she
waited until the game waa over, al
though suffering severely. Upon re
turning home aha waa seised with a
severe headache, and a large bump
appeared on tha top of her head. Al
though somewhat easier Tuesday, she
decided that It would be best for her
to remain In bed. She said, how
ever, when called over tha telephone,
that she expected to be oufv today
working for votea aa usual
r ar araap. trm -
m in hi i lOT-n A-rcn nirTiniJnv
i rvA i lu uioi lunnn I
of InexkaustiUa luntJ-
and oet a Frlc Copy .
PAIR, LOnG PARTED,
"Here's tbe same old ring and tbe
same old klaa for you," aald William
Toole as he placed a gold band on
hla bride's finger, and embraced her
Just after Judge Campbell had mar
ried tbem at the court bouse Tuea
dav. "Nothing can ever part na
again, be added. Tba aame couple
were married years ago, and have a
daughter almoat grown. They lived
In Michigan then, and for aeveral
years the union waa a bappy one,
but dlsaenslona finally arose, and the
wife moved to California, where she
obtained a divorce In 1907. But the
affection each had for the other did
not die, and when Mr. Toole wrote
to his former wife, sometime ago, aak
Ing her if ahe would consent to an
other ceremony, she answered In the
affirmative, and they met In Portland,
where the-couple will live in future.
C. K. QUINN GIVES
C. K. Qulnn, of thla city, la a lover
of dumb animals, and the Clackamaa
County Humane Society points with
pride to his many human acta. Mr.
Qulnn is the owner of two fine horses.
"Kate" and "Maude." and the horses
show the care the owner baa given
them. He Is employed by the street
contractors in hauling rock and dirt,
and has Just returned from Wilholt,
where be spent th past week enjoy
ing an outing. . "Kate" and "Maude"
were placed in a barn, where tbey
were given all th feed they wished,
and were allowed to pasture In one
of the bt-st pasturages at Wilholt dur
ing Mr. Qulnn's vacation. The yorses
had been worked on the streets during
the hot weather, and Mr. Qulnn aald
they needed a "vacation' aa well as
himself. - .
BY THIEVES, WHO FLEE
Mlaa Bertha Mosler, who lives at
Fourth and Center atreeta, waa awak
ened Sunday night by burglars, who
were trying to force open the front
door of her borne. She rushed to
the door, and the men hearing her.
made their escape. Miss Mosler beard
the noise made by tba housebreakers
for some time before she decided to
go to the door. She Is confident that
they at first tried to unlock the door,
for she heard a grating sound and a
noise made by the turning of the
knob. The only persona in the house
with Miss Mosier at the time of the
attempted housebreaking were the
children of Charlea Mosler, who Is
employed In Washington.
Husband Calls Wife Inaane.
A warrant was Issued Tuesday for
the detention of Mra. Lena Macho on
the complaint of bar husband, on th
charge of Insanity. Mrs. Macho will
be brought to this city today for ex
amination. f. , ,y ,.4-.- J'
SANRANCISCO BANKER ASTON.
ISHro AT PROSPERITY OF
FARMERS AND MERCHANTS-
(WGACES FEWER THAN ELSEWHERE
Larg Deposita In Oregon City Banka
t Favorable Sign Statement Mad
After Examination of
That th farmers' of Clackamaa
county are mora prosperoua than
those In tbe majority of counties In
thla and other states, was tha declara
tion made Tueaday by Ralph Emer
eoa Peareeyof t h M arise- Bank A
Truat Company, of Ban Franciaco, who
haa been her aeveral days Investigat
ing tb banka and general financial
atatua of the realdent of the city and
couuty. Mr. Pearc Is an expert In
financial mattera, and the above state
ment, coming from auch a source,
should bermoat gratifying to Clacka
maa county reaidenta.
"There la a far lea per centage of
mortagea on the farms her than I
expected to find,'' aald Mr. Paarce,
"and th people ar In a truly prosper,
oua condition. I alao waa gratffled at
the showing made by the banka In
' Mr. pearc waa amazed .at th
amount of deposita In th Oregon
City banks, and intimated that be
bat! visited few communities that
were aa prosperoua aa tbia section
of tbe state. He declared that there
la a great deal more money her than
ha bad expected to find, and that
there were no signs of any suffering
for lack of money.
J. Y.GARIIER HARRIED
A pretty marriage ceremony waa
performed on Saturday evening at t
o'clock at the bom of Mr. and Mra.
John Ott, when their daughter, Mlaa
Mary Larlna, became the wife of
Joseph Walker Garner, of this city.
Tbe ceremony waa performed by the
Rev. J. R. Landsborough, pastor of
the Presbyterian church, and there
were about 40 friends and relative
of th couple present. After th cere
mony refreshments were served on
the lawn, which was brilliantly light
ed with Chinese lanterns. Mr. and
Mrv Garner, after a brief honeymoon,
will return to this city to live.
The bride waa very pretty ln a gown
of white silk measalln. She carried
a shower bouquet of whit carnatlona.
The bridesmaid, Mtsa OUi Flagler,
wore hlte and carried a shower
bouquet of red carnations.
Tbe rooms of th Ott home were
artistically decorated In cut flower
and ferns. ,
The young couple ar well known
In thla city, where they have many
friends, who extend their best wishes
Tbo present were Mr. and Mra.
H. Garner, Mr. and Mra. Thomas Har
ner, Mr. and Mra. C. A. Frost. Mra.
A. L. Hickman, Mr. and Mrs, F. F.
Coulter, of San Francisco; Mr. and
Mrs. L. F. 8mith ,and daughter, Tesste,
of Salem; Miss Ella Tbomaa. of Port
land; Mr. and Mra. R. O. Flagler, Mra.
L. H. Olmstead. Miss Geneva Ott,
Miss Haiel Ouenther, Miss Helen
Chamberlain. Mlsa Edith Smith, Mtsa
Ella Dempster, Miss Ruth Fuge, Miss
Jenst Dillman. Miss Anna . Conklln.
Miss Ollle Flagler. Mra. S. A. Hay
worth. Mlsa Geneva Green, Georg
Ott. Roy Ott, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ott,
Mra. Bass, of Denver, Col.; Miss Mary
Coulter, of Los Angeles; Miss Ida
Garner. Herbert .and Elijah Garner,
Miss Anna Garner, Miss Clara Garner,
Mlaa Lennle Ott. Mlsa Essie Ott, For
est Ott, Noal Frost and Earl Frost.
WIFE SAYS HUSBAND
THREATENED HER LITE
Mattle Harris has filed a auVJ,
against H. C. Harria for a divorce.
They were married at Pleasant Home,
on November 27. 1889. Ther were
ten children horn to them, three of
whom ar dead. The living ar Alma,
aged 17 years; Lixsie, 15 years; Amy,
1 vears Teddv. 11 vears: Frank, 8
years; Dessie, 7 yeara; Flnlfred, &l
years. Th children ar ln tha cus
tody of tbe mother, who aska to be
retained as their guardian, and for
$25 a month for th support of her
Mra. Harris alleges that her hua
band haa treated her cruelly, and has
refused to support her children, and
often told them to go to work. She
saya that on November 25, 1889. he
struck her and threw her out of the
house In a snow storm and told her to
go away and stay. He continually,
cursed her, aba charges, -and threat
ened to cut her throat
Mra. Harrl has five acres In sec
tion 25, township 1 south, rang 3
east, and she asks to be leclared the
owner of th land. H. O. Lake, at
torney. Is representing Mra. Harris.
Knights and Ladles Entertain.
There was a large attendance at
the social meeting of the Knights and
Ladlea of Security at th Woodmen
ball On Tuesday night. Dancing was
Indulged In until a late hour, and Ice
cream and cake wer served.
Read tha Morning Eteterprta.
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Th only dally newap hav "
twn Portland and Sal; te .'''
latoo In ovtry aactlon of Cl i
mae County, with a asawlatla of
30,000. Aro you an aVrtterf '
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FREE LIST OIL
DEMOCRATS AND INSURGENTS
COMBINE TO PUT MEAS
FEET BEATEN O TEEN HCD
Underwood Declares Two House Will
Reach Agreement on Meaaur
Taft May Have to
Paaa on It.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 1. Th Den
ocratlo tariff program waa moved o "
cloeer to President Taft today, when
th Senate, by another remarkable
coalition of Democrata and Republl
cau Insurgents, passed a fanner' fra
list bill, after voting down the orig
inal House meaaur ao cloaely that
on more Democratic Senator would
have' changed th reault and left th ,
entire revialon squarely before th
"The unholv alliance," aa th com
bination of th Republican wing and
th Democratic party haa been called,
swept aald a host of amendment,
voted down by a tie vote th original
Hons meaaur. and then carried, by .
a surprising concentration of atrength,
a meaaur differing from th bona
bill only in comparatively unimport
ant partlculara. .
Now th bill goe back to th
Hous and Democratic Leader Under
wood, of that body, tonight confident
ly asserted that It would be finally
agreed to In conference between th
two Houses and aent to President ,
It la not certain that the Houa
will Insist on a conference, for many,
prominent Democratic rpreentav
tivee, believing that the bill haa not
been materially changed, ar urging
that the House adopt th Senate bill
without controversy and rush th flrat
of th tariff measures up to th Presi
dent. "I think the bill will go to Presi
dent Taft." said Underwood. "I am
not aure It will be aent to conference;
I certainly see nothing to prevent Ue
two Houaea from reaching an agree
ment upon lta final form."
WATCH TRADE RAISES
QUESTION OF SANITY
Chief Deputy Sheriff Staata haa a
problem to propound to th putxl
solvers of Oregon City and envtrona.
It, la thla: la ft man Insane, who
makes a bad watch trade, and when
be finds out his loaa takes back hla
own timepiece? Fred Dugger, of
Parkplace waa approached by a man
a few daya ago who relieved Mr. Dug
ger of his watch, and gave him in
place of It another watch and two
blta. Tbe man did not aay anything
about a trade, but aimply went
through th pantomime of exchange
without first asking Mr. Dugger'a per
mission. Th latter finally decided
that the fellow waa craar, and forth
with aent for Mr. Staata. Ther waa
a poaslbllity, ' h thought. that th
man might know something of the H1U
tragedy. Mr. 8taata bad no trouble
finding th watch trader. In tact th
man tried to mak a trad with
Mr. Staata, but th latter held on to
hla time piece. Then the fellow took
back th watch and money h had
placed in Mr. Dugger'a pocket, re
marking that he had th worst of th
deal, and that he had no use for a
watch that would not run.
VICTIM OF POWDER ';
A coroner's Jury Tuesday afternoon
returned a verdict that Walter G.
Crooker, of Maple Lane, who waa
killed by an explowlon of giant pow
der, which It la thought waa ignited
by a spark from hla pipe, waa a vic
tim of an accident Coroner Wilson
decided to hold the inquest .after he
learned that Crooker . had aeveral
thousand dollars life Insurance. Th
evidence showed that Crooker pur
chased three stick of th powder
with which to deepen a spring.. He
had placed one of th stick In th
spring and had gone to an outhouse
for th other two atlcka when thre
waa a violent explosion and he waa
Instantly killed. Pieces oi tne m.n
pipe wer found and th deduction
was that a spark from the pip Ignited
Th funeral will b held thla af
ternoon at 3 o'clock at River View
cemetery. Multnomah Camp. Wood
men of the world, and the Mount Hood
Circle, will conduct th aervlcea. Mr.
Crooker had $3,000 Insurance in the
Woodmen of th World. $2,000 In th
Mount Hood Clrcl and a policy In a
life Insurance company.
25 Pcf Cent
Discount on Ham- ;J
. mOCKS ''V
Tomorrow we plae on apaclat aal
all our big Una of Ham mocha. frla
run from 11 .80 to S10.00. ftkt your , ,
cholc at one-fourth off. . '-
Marked prloee. ,, Vi'
HUNTLEY CMS. CO. ,
THE RtXALL STOWL V '
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