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OREGON CITY, OIIEOON. WEDNESDAY, AUQUST 10, I9il.
Pkb Wik, 10 Cbhts
ALASKA "SAY, OLD MAN. CANT YOU DO SOMETHING FOR ME?
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TO EXHUME BODY
Ul.ia aTORY AND SMITH HIAD
ROLL Of HONOR IN HO
DEPUTY SHERIFF TOLD THAT
CLACKAMAS aOUTHERN TO START
DISINTERMENT IS PLANNED
WORK ON HILL SECTION OF
LINE AT ONCE.
(IDS ARE PRESSING THEM HARD
Owblt Vote Proposition to Continue
in Iffo Until Night of Aug
u,l 4 Rivalry Reachae '
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a MIm U" mry
a MIM TlUIn Meyers. . . .
a MUs Kv Knit
a Mlat Myrtle Cross
a Mra K. F- Zimmerman
a District No. 2.
f MIM Helen Smith,
a MIM Kth-I ("loaner.
a illM Mildred Ream
a MIm ray lmtdorf . .
a Mra. M. T. Mack...
a UIm li. Thomaa. ...
Kit Annte Gardner.
Milt Helen Kablrk 45
a Mita Kll'i Monlmka 48.1H6
a UIM Verna Mead 37,130
a DOUBLE VOTES TO REMAIN
a IN EFFECT UNTIL AUGUST
24, AT I P. M.
a t '"
lilts Una Story and Miss Helen
Salih head the Roll of Honor In
tkflr respective districts, Congratu
Utlons to both of you. If you can ra
tals that position iip to tha close
la contest you will Indeed ba fortu-
ut. as It means there will be placed
la your homes one of those Beautiful
Grand Pprlght Klmliall planoa, valued
M $K00. which are" now on display
it Huntley Brothers Company, and
Buck's Furniture Store.
Surely they, together with tha otbar
viroabl prUcH. nra worth your devot
tnar vry moment of your spare Urn
from bow till September 2. to possess
Ton. whose names ara Included In
th "Roll of Honor" ara Indeed fortu-
utt It tnt'onraKoa your friends and
iwplres confidence and enthusiasm,
vblch ara the prima factors for suo-
eia. It will take but a few rotas If
pltca any of you at tha head of tha
Hit and to oMitln tha prastUa that
rt with a i- ixi.T. ion t rorjat mat
th fontrat il'M-s not rloaa for mora
ihtn two wiks and any contestant
os tbs "Roll of Honor' la allirlbl for
Int plice If stir k-Ma dlllRnntly after
fts from now till tha closing night
TV bat tli iil ak hotter from this
Inats until the last role la dropped
Into tha ballot ln on tha nlttht of
Srp(mtMr 2 snd It la safe to aay that
amr bfon In t-ha history of a Con
it of thla iiiitiire In Clarkamaa Coun
ty his the (I'tirral public taken auch
in artlva IntiT.-nt In their raapertlTa
hVorltea. wlilih demonstrates that
ark of you lis a host of frlenda
M will stand by you to the finish.
Mirrslous. vm t lis fa It No ether
tort rould define the Interest manl
luted by a Inro majority of tha peo.
m residing In (' Hrkamaa CountT. in
tali Popular Voting Contest. Report!
mm from everywhere that Candl
ara dohiK nil In their power to
Hrlt tha aid of their frlenda and It
uy be aald. In passing, that those
ko do this nnd an aliout It avste-
wtlrally, are the onea whoaa namaa
ui be Included with tha winner a.
A word to your frlenda: lt'a rood
to hetleva that )our favorite la going
to ln, but you have got to do mora
! oeiieve; vou ve got to get behind
ana land a subscription or two
o you can. A little balp now la
orth a whole lot of consolation after
tale I liml Th.r. ! .n11.
the "rioll of Honor"' who has
r than a MKlit shade Uia beat of
n Diners n .1 - i hiiili.
ndldate or that Candldata will win"
putting thc-inselvea In position
la an v. rl blunder. Tba Con
'Mt Editor himself would not even In
Ik ,n,,", haT& u to
o win b tl.e winners. Aa Ta Sow
90 Hnall Ye lioun "
. , . I I wv.K
your harvcMt will be votes and
"" mean mi. rr iv n.. ti...
- " swaraed t.j your district.
Our ri... . . .
'ongat a great ratal ,
THt" THE ''INAL WIND.
.'" LAST WIIK rsm tuk
llltAT ' I'll.
TUnity, MtRCHANDI8H OPPOR.
nJu'.Uyr have axeaedarf ke an.erf
"ma f.' department. They will
K'. 40 b., n ,v,r ,,ov' Ramam-
"n.t !? fduln on all brok-
a big saving n real dollara.
h and Main 8a.
J"illna0.'L t0 MtJtt, and
wm8 In eur windows.
VETERAN EDITOR GOES
OH LONG TRIP ALONE
K. Warner, ninety threa years of
age, one of the oldeet, If pot the oldeat
newspaper tnen In Oregon,
left Tuesday morning for Med ford
where he will visit his brother. U a
Warner, and will probably remain dur-
tna Winter. Mr. Warner was enjoy
Ing the best of health when ha left
hre and waa unaccompanied, but will
be met on the way by his brother
It haa -been a number of yeara alnce
Mr. Warner haaUone any newspaper
work, but some of his articles often
appear In print. Mr. Warner Ilka all
newspapermen, haa a hankering after
a "print shop." and never falls to visit
the offlcee In thla city when be makes
lb, trip to tha business aactlon.
VOTERS ASK ANOTHER
Charging that the voters were da
celved. several residents, of Wlllara
ette ara preparing to have another
election called for tha purpose of vot
ing on a bond Issue of $7,000 to build
n addition to the achoolhouae. It
also la (he dealra toTbave at least one
mora teacher. Tha propoaltlon waa
defeated at an election held laat Mon
day by a vote of 43 to 38. Tha
elevtlon waa one of tha moat exciting
ever held tu tha district, and It la
charged that many of tha voters were
deceived by persons who alleged that
the money, If raised, would be mis
SIR ELDON G0RST7
England's Agsnt In Egypt, Wha
Is Eipsetsd ta Retire Soon.
JAILED FOR CARRYING PISTOL.
A man who gave bra name aa Joe
Kruntaa waa arrested by Chief of Po
lice Shaw Tueaday on a charge of
carrying concealed a deadly weapon.
The complaint waa made by woman.
Justice of tha Peace Samson fixed tha
man s ball at 135 which ha gave. He
will have hearing today.
Auto Repair BUI Paid.
Tha big. red automobile belonging
to Fred Rturgea, that was a few cays
ago attached and placed In tha court
house yard, where It waa locked co a
post, waa released when M. Howfii
paid the bill for repairs, of $83. Waid
ltrothers were trie ptatntins.
Edward Cox, who Uvea neav Barton,
brought a aampla of alfalfa grownon
his farm, to tba .city I cellar. It w
of the second cuttlnr, and waa grown
Ithout Irrigation. Tba crop will ir-
erage two and one-halt lona to .h
acre. The third crop, lb Irrigation,
la one foot and one halt b'irh. which
will be read for ciittluz nbout Seiit-1 -Philadelphia game postponed, rain;
ember 15. The first . cutting will St. Louis and Cleveland not achedul-
TO BE DEDICATED
The Methodlat Episcopal church at
MllBonvllle will be dedicated on Hun
day, August 27. with an appropriate
program. Tha building coat $3,000.
and la one of the most attract'
places of worship In the county.
Oregon City and Salem will be well
represented at the dedication. The
exercises will- ' a tart at 10 o'clock.
Among the apeajtera will be E. B.
fockhart, of Salem; Senator Notting
ham, T. S. McDanlel, of Portland. Dr.
Homan and B. F. Rowland will deliver
addresses In tha morning One of the
?,.. m.111 Vva a feaalfAl .tinner
" The Rev. J. wT &ion."o WlUonvllle, 1
who haa been In tha mn'stry for mora
than 10 years, haa been active In the
erection of thla butldliig.
BRIDE ANXIOUS FOR EXAMINATION
Coroner of Multnomah County And
Physician Said ta Have Bean
Engaged to Make
ANGELS UNABLE TO
John T. FTlel, Jr., one of tba defend-
anta In tha Injunction ault tiled byTTs
father to restrain him and bla sisters
from having the body of hla mother
exhumed, aald Tuesday that -arrange
ments had been made with tha cor
oner of Multnomah County, and a Port
land physician to disinter tha body
today. Thla Information waa vouch
safed by Mr. FTlel to Deputy Sheriff
Miles, who went to Cberryville, where
Mr. Frlel la postmaster, to serve the
papers in tbe injunction ault. Mr.
Mllea visited Mr. Frlel, Sr.. Monday
night, and saw tha aged rancher leave
bla home to spend tba nlgbt watching
tha crave of bla former wife. Tbe
elder Frlel and hla bride, who was the
first Mra. Frlel's nurse, came to Ore
gon City Tueaday to confer with tbelr
attorneya, George C Brownell and
William M. 8 tone. Mr. Frlel who la
seventy-one years old la almost a ner
voua wreck from worry ' and lose of
sleep. Mrs. Frlel declared that aha
and bar husband desire a thorough
examination of the body. "What we
desire above all things," ehe aald.
that the body will not be disturbed by
anyone except the coroner or some
officer empowered by tba court to
make an .Investigation and a full ex
amination. This should be dona aa
matter of Justice to me and my hus
Mr. Frlel said that ha wanted a com
plete Investigation made and that waa
why he had commenced proceedings
to enjoin the defendants from Inter
fering with the body of tha former
Mrs. Frlel. "My former wife waa 111
for nearly throe yeara prior to her
death." aald Mr. Frlel. "She Buffered
a stroke of paralysis on or about Ap
ril 17, 1908. which was followed by
second stroke About December 14
waa followed by a third
stroke on February 13, 1911, the date
of her death. Dr. Botkln, tbe attend
ing physician, waa present on Feb
ruary 10. the Friday prior to her
death and again on the morning of the
day ahe died. Monday. February 13,
1911. Mr. Botkln was present for aev-
eral hours and waa there when ahe
PRICE Of STOCK WE BE DOUBLED
Bond Issue Planned For Purchase
of Rail, and Equipment Big
Portland Company Is
Portlnnd, August IS (Special)
Portland defeated horn Angeles today
by a score of 3 to 0. Seaton waa In
good form and alkrwed, only 6 hits,
which were well ecattered. Portland
made one score in tha first and two
in tha second.
The reaulta Tuewday follow;
Pacific Coast League Portland 3,
Loa AtrRelea 0; San Francisco 7, Sac
Northwestern league Vancouver 5,
Portland 3; Seattle 5. Victoria 2;i
8iokane 3. Taconia 2.
American League Chicago 6. Detroit
1; New York 6- Waahlngton 1; Boston
OREGON CITY RED .
MEN GO TO CONCLAVE
C. W. Kelley. H. Hennlngsen and
James Nichols, .of the local lodge are
delegate, to the conclave of the Great
Council of the Improved Order of Red
Men In Portland. Tb-delegates ac
companied W. L. Lktle. Great Pro
phet; of the ordes. Tbe conclave,
which la held In the Red Men'a ball
will continue two daya. The order
haa one of tba largest memberships
of any fraternal organisation In Ore
gon and tha local lodge la one of the
strongest In the state.
make about two and om na.'f tons to
the acre. - , . "
Mr. Cox haa aeven aMaJn alfalfa
four of which were plunod -last ytar,
andhree this year. Thore will be
throe crops after tha third year.
Couple Qranted License.
Vallerl Revor and Jorgen F. Jaeob-
sen, of Portland were granted a mar
rlage license on Tuesday by County
STANDING OF CANDIDATES JN CONTEST
CANDIDATES IN DI8TRICT NO 1.
MI88 MTRTLK CR088 Oregon City 88690
MIS3 ALUS WARE Oregon City 82027
MISfl 1J5A STORY Oregon Cltjr . 66977
MRS. Tfl. F. ZIMMERMAN Oregon city .
MI8S TILLIB MRTKRS Oregon City .
MISS BVA KENT r. Oregon City. ..
MISS ELLA WHITE .Oregon City ..
MISS ROSE JUSTIN. Oregon City .
MI88 LILLY LONG.... Oregon City ..
MISS ANNA WOODARD Oregon Cltyx,
MISS KVA ALLDREDOE Oregon City .
.43.652 . fr
CAPDATES IN DISTRICT NO. 2. .
t ...... vnuuj
MIS8 ELLEN MOEHNKH.
MRS. M. T. MACK
MISS ADA' LAKIN . , . .. Mllwaukle .......
MI88 FAY BATDORF West Oregon City
MISS EDNA HUTCHINSON .Canby
MISS MILDRED REAM-. Willamette
MISS ADA CARES ...Sandy
MI88 LILLIAN HOLMES. ....... 8andy
MISS NORA KIMBERLY Boring ...
MRS. JULIA HOLT Oak Grove
MISS INEZ KNOX Boring
MI88 ELSIE 8HOENBORN.....Carue
MIStf ETHEL CLOSNER Sprlngwater '.
MI88 BLODWEN THOMAS Reaver Creek
MISS MAY JOHNSON Clackamaa
MI88 ETHEL Dfl HOK .Willamette
MISS ANNIE GARDINER Meldrum
MISS HELEN SMITH Canemab .
MISS HELEN RABICK Stafford .......
MRS. DELIA ROBERT8 .Jennings Lodge
MISS ROXY COLE ...Molnlla
MIHB BOAT t;tL.H MOinna . ...4..... ini;i v-
MI88 VERNA MEAD ,..,.'...Gladstofta 27220
MISS HAZEL H UNGATE .Mo!alla .".i 11817
MISS JESSIE A KINS ........... Mullno a.... 1519
National League Brooklyn 9, Boaton
9. called on account of darkneaa;
Phlladelphla-New Tork and v St Louis
and Pittsburg gamea postponed, rain:
Chicago and Clnnclnatl not scheduled.
REDUCED RATE IS
GRANTED FOR FAIR
Secretary Laielle. of the Clacka
maa County Fair Association haa re
ceived a letter from William McMur-
ray. General Passenger Agent of the
Southern Pacific Railroad, giving tbe
Information that a one and one-third
rate will be established for persons
desiring to attend tha Clackamaa
County Fair at Canby on September
27. 28, 29 and 30. Five granges are
arranging to have exblblta at the fair,
and otbera are expected to emulate
tha example. There also will be a
large number of "community exhib
its." The Indications are that tba fair
thla year will be a much finer eihtbl
Hon than any ever held.
DOING ONE'S DUTY.
Let us do our duty in our shop
or our kitchen, the market the street,
the office, the school, the home, just
as faithfully as a we stood in the
front of some great battle and we
knew that victory for mankind de
pended on out bravery, strength and
akill. When we dolhat, the hum
blest of us will be serving in that
great army which ejorioutly achieves
the welfare of th world. Theo
Making Thing Smeeth.
"What advlca wor.d yon five a
young man about to face tba world r
"Get a shave," Bouxton Pbat
Patronise our advertleara.
IS NOT HILL SLAYER
Sheriff Maaa declared Tuesday that
he was convinced Harry Smltb.alias
HluHge, who waa recently arrested
for horsestealing at Marshfield, knew
nothing of the Hill tragedy, but he
believes that the prisoner la the man
who atole three horsea from J. H.
Smith, of Jennings Lodge on July 10.
The horses were recovered. The
sheriff also Thinks Smith may know
something of the killing of eight
horses at Sandy several weeks ago.
Mr. Mbbs probably will go to Rose
burg, where Smith la held, to question
him In regard to (the stealing of the
horses at Jennings Lodge.
Sheriff Mass still ha hopes of capt
uring tha alayer of tba Hill family.
The aberlft haa made a determined
effort to find the slayer, and noted
detectives In Portland and other cities
have congratulated him upon tha
anility he baa shown In hla aearch for
tha man. Mr. Masa considers It his
duty to make every effort to capture
the slayer. If for no other reason than
to prevent him from committing other
crimes. The sheriff la particular fort
unate in that he haa an unusually com
petent corps of deputies and clerks,
and can leave hla office knowing that
all busines will be given prompt attention.
Tha Clackamaa Southern Railway
Company Tuesday morning placed an
order for tha material to construct
the trestle from the Southern Pacific
tracka to tha hill on the easterly Una
of John Adams Street The trestle
will follow tha center of Fifteenth
Street, and w soon aa It la completed
the ties will Immediately be placed on
the trestle for tha early reception of
the ateel rails. The company haa
$1,000 worth of tlea aawed and paid
for, and -they-wlll- b- Immediately
placed upon tha ground:
In a very short time there will be a
rreetlng of all tba stockholders when
the officers of tbe company expect to
raise the price of all stock to $100 a
Tha trust moitgage which will be
uaed aa a banla for the Issuing of the
bonds In order to purchaae the steel
and flrat-clasa eonlpment, la now be
ing drawn by Attorney A. E. Clark,
of Portland, and aa soon aa all of the
necessary papers are prepared, the
stockholders will be called together
for the purpose of ratifying tba pro
ceedings. The company haa secured tbe larg
est trust company In Oregon to act
aa trustee, and tha entire business will
be conducted along aafe. conservative
lines ao that the interest a of every
aharebolder will be protected by con
The bonda Issued by- the company
will be six per cent, first mortgage j
twenty year bonds. Interest payable
semi-annually, which can be retired
In series after three yeara from date.
on any Interest paying period, at 105
Tbe stockholder of the Clackamaa
Southern Railway Company ara ex
tremely fortunate In . tbe fact that
there Is no watered stock Issued bv
the company, and aa soon aa tha track
la laid and tbe company starts to
transact business, all outstanding
stock will be very valuable. There
never waa any . enterprise organized
In Clarkamaa County that meana ao
much for Oregon City aa the Clacka
mn Southern Railway Company, as
the entire products from tbe Beaver
Creek. Mulino and Molalla districts
will be brourht Into Oregon City, the
terminus of the road, and tbe entire
city will feel th effects or this great
Thla company lb offering a good in
vestment and anyone desiring to aa-
slst in thla matter and at tbe same
time make a good, conservative In
vestment, can do so by Immediately
purchasing a w shares of the stock
that Is now selling at $50.00 a share,
which la one-half of the par value.
BADGER AND JOHNSTONE DIVC TO
.. DEATH AT CHICAGO
OXE CAUGHT Ur.'DER EKGCE Cf UL"X
Frail Machlnee Capsize A Daring
Aviator, Ara Thrilling Crowds ,
Both Man Ara
Mra. Engla Improving.
Mrs. Peter Engle, seventy three
yeara old. of "Molalla, who waa brought
tor the Wlldwood Hospital In thla city
last week, where she underwent an
operation, Is Improving and will soon
be able to be taken to her nome.
Justice Marries Couple.
Valerl Revor and Jorgen F. Jacob-
eon, of 494 Belvlew Avenue. Portland
were married Tuesday -.fternoon by
Justice of tbe? Peace Samson.
Runaway Collides with Team.
A large gray horse, attached to a
two seated rig. that was tied near the
rear of the Oregon City Bank fright
ened Tueaday morning at the owner,
who waa trying to place the halter on
The horse ran toward the Soutn
ern Pacific atatloPv and the vehicle
collided with tbe team or George fciy
which waa driven by B. Nefxger.
This stopped the runaway horse and
threw It to the ground, and the surry
waa tipped over. None of tha horses
PARTLOWS GIVE PARTY.
- A delightful party waa given at th
home of Jamea Partlow of Mount
Pleaaant, tha evening being devoted
to gamea and music.
Tha following attended: Miss Mar
tha Jochlnsen, of Astoria; Misses Ed
ith Riley. Mlsa Maude Riley, Mlas'.a
Maude, Mary and Entella Roland,
Misses Sarah. Mary and Melba Kanty,
Mlsa Meda Colwell. Mian Isabel por
teau, Mlsa Mabel Chrltnsn; Measra.
H. R. Jacohaon, J. C. Rlspel, Lymn
Warnock, Charles Holmes, Dsvl I
Thomaa. David McKllllcan, Gordon
McKllllcan. George TUiu. Wllilnm
Porteau. George Ellia.m, WlMe Row
land. Lyman Rowlund, C. Rlohard
John Breaker, RUey and Ray Worth
am, Arthur King, E BlomUrg, J. W.
8u. To Collect Note.
Amos Kauffman haa filed, suit
against Ralph Randall and Byron Ran
dall for the collection of a promlaory
note of $473. The note waa executed
on January 11. 1907. Me aiso as
for $50 as attorneys' feea. Cross and
Hammond are the attorneya for Kauff
man. '-y . .
GEORGE 8PECKLES INJURED
Horses FrigMene at Automobile and
Farmer la Thrown From Buggy.
George Spcklea. a farmer living
about one mile thla aide of Wlluon
vllle. while driving to Portland Tue
day morning, waa thrown from his
buggy and sustained a fracture of his
left leg. Dr. H. 8. Mount waa called
and the Injured man waa taken to hla
hom, where the leg waa aet.
The horaea Mr. Specklea were driv
ing were young, and were broken on
ly a abort time ago. Tba horses
frightened at an automobile and Mr.
Specklea waa thrown against a fence.
THREE FINED BY RECORDER.
Joe McDonough and Charlea Lacey
were flned $10 each by Recorder 8tlpp
for begging Tuesday. Gua Welnaett
waa fined $30 for drunkenness and
Thcra ara two freedoms the
fake, where a man ia free to do
what he like ; the true, where a
man ia free to d- what he ought,
Chicago, Aug. 15. Two avlatora
William R. Badger, of Plttaburg, and
St Croix Johnstone, of Chicago, bota
young men, lost their Uvea In the In
ternational aviation meet here today.
Both accidenta revealed tha frailty
of tha machlnea In which tha avlatora
were gliding about tha air with acarce-
ly a pauae.
Badger, a wealthy young man, came
to hla death in a pit in the aviation
field. There had been a flaw In one
of the wlnga of tbe propeller of the
Baldwin machine he drove. -
- Centrifugal force broke the propel
ler and upset tbe delicate equilibrium
of the machine and Badger dashed
100 feet to tbe bottom of the pit Hla
neck waa broken.
, Johnston fell S00 feet under hla
engine and waa drowned. Caught un
der tbe heavy engine, In tbe Motsant
monoplane, he waa carried deep Into
Lake Michigan, and hla body waa not
brought to tbe surface until an hour
Badger lived three-quarters of an
hour after he had been extricated
from the wrecked machine. He did
not recover consciousness. Thirty
five flyera have dipped and glided
here for three daya and thla waa tbe
first fatal accident
Badger flew, aa he formerly drove
racing automobile, purely aa an ama
teur. He waa the stepson of John
Goetman of Pittsburg, and waa 25
yeara old. He possessed an Independ
ent fortune and gratified a well-developed
apeed mania. -
BOYS SUSPECTED OF
Mrs. A. Quick, of Sixteenth and
John Adams streets, reported to Chief
of Police Shaw Tuesday that her home
had been. robbed. Mra. Quick bad
been out of the city Btnce July 1. and
upon her return found that her home
had been visited by burglars. All the
bureau drawers were ransacked, and
clothing and silverware were missing.
Chief of Police Shaw, after an Inves
tigation, aald he thoeght the house
bad been entered by boy. He later
learned that neighbors saw several
lads acting auspiciously In the rear oX
the bouse last week.
SCHOOL BIDS WANTED.
Sealed bids will be received by tbe
Board" of Directors of School District
No. 43 on August 19 at 8 o' clock P.
M. for tha improvement of tbe Mount
Pleasant achoolhouae aa cafled for by
the plans and specifications In the
Clerk's hands, and tbe Board reserve
the right to reject any and all blda.
, WARD B. LAWTON.
Mra, Noyer Operated On.
Mra. Ben Noyer. who waa operated
upon at tbe Wlldwood Hospital, la Im
proving. Mra. Noyer, when brought
to thla city, waa In a eennca condi
tion Buffering from apoendlcltls, and
an operation waa performed tin med
iately after her arrival here by Dra.
E. A. 8ommer, of Portlaml, and Dr.
K. S. Mount, of thla city.
Patronise our advertisers.
Spend An Evening WilH U
Court No. 2. Knights of the Roee,
Invitee the pleasure-loving people of
Oregon City and vicinity to be pres
ent at a social dance, Willamette Hall,
Thursday evening, August. 17f 1911,
t to 12 o'clock.
DE" LARSES' ORCHESTRA.
W. C. GREAVES, Commander.
PAUL ELLING, Financial 8c
Seven acres, one-fourth mile from
electric line, 4-room house, barn,
chicken house, and yard, good wait
and fine spring, three and a halt acres
In garden, fruit and berries; good
cow and chlckena. Will take 12110,
half cash, balance to suit the buyer.
Thla la on . Ideal poultry and garden
farm, slope, to the southwest. Come
and aee It, or call on ot addieaa
OREGON CITY, OR.
Stephen Suiting, Ream 11..