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OREOOH CITY, OREGON
b E. ROOIE, Editor Publisher,
aa aisond-ataaa asatter Jaa-
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first Put, pi Inch adde4 laaertksae. .10
' futwui poalkioa any pa, par lack
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Run paper ether tha flret paca. Br
fin Insertion IS
Rub pape other .ha first paa, ir
Uocala 10 wr llaa; to regaler ad
ejaera &c Una.
sent a word first ajeaitle; en-half aaal
Rataa for adrertletaai la Jm Waakty
Enterprise will ba tbe satas as bl the
..aelly.Jor adrertlseinente eet eapacaaUy
ror tue weekly. wt tn uwiiiimu
a) transferred frora the dally tha nt
hr. without chance, tha rata will ba
aa Inch for rua at tha papor. and lbs aa
'. inch for apactal posttton,
' Cash abould acoompaay ardor wbara
arty la unknown tat baataasa offtoo of
Less) adrtrtutnc at legs) adforUstsd
- flreue advarttstnaj and" apeetal transient
VhrertlelnaT at lie to tea aa hi eh. asoard
. ac to apactal conditions U valuing tba
Tire Bale" aail Bankrupt ItW adrar
taemeota Sac Inch first Inaartloa: addl
JonsJ Insertion asms nattar see Isok.
- Raws Items and wall written artialaa
of asertt. with Inter-rat to local reader.
. will ba aladly accepted. Rejected emu
earlpt nevar returned ualasa aooompaa
Isd by etvnoe to prepay poataan.
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
..THE MORNING ENTERPRISE e
la on sale at the following atorea d
Huntley Bros. Drugs
Main Street. '
Jf. W. McAnulty Cigara
d Seventh and Main.
d Secrest Confectionery
. Main near Sixth. 4
, d M. R Dunn Confectionery d
Next door to P. O.
' d City Drug- Store
Schoenborn Confectionery )
Seventh and X Q. Adam. w
. - . .
preaehud only one unhappy aspect
That tu It revelation of the Inad
equacy ot the law to reach the a1n
who for year had profited through
hla wlUlngneM to take out boat Im
properly - equipped for the usee to
which It waa put" -
It la 'at the 8un aaya. but at the
tame time the moment an effort would
be made to remedy the legal Inad
equacy ot which the 8un apeaka there
would be a fearful uproar. , ,
UNCLE SAM'S . DREADNOUGHTS.
The United States navy will be aug
mented by September 15 by two most
powerful dreadnoughts, the Utah and
, These wlll. be the greatest ship
commissioned In the American navy,
outclassing the Delaware, which ex
cited o much interest In the freat
coronation naval procession. .
The displacement of each warship
la 21.825 tons. 1.825 tons greater than
that of either the Delaware or the
NorthDalioUir at -present the largest
warships carrying the Stars and
The United States favors world-
peace. At the same time we want to
be In a position to Insure it. And the
Utah snd Florida will help some.
The Pullman Car Company com
platns that Its business Is being hurt
by automobiles. Well, it was a long
time coming, but it seems to have got
Some space writer for a New York
newspaper started the report that
Vice-President Sherman was to seek
thP Renrtblicsn nomination for Govern
luor In mi The political. ryni'ir.iac-,,
MORNING KNThJKPItlSETTTESPAY. SEPTEMBERj, 1911.
Life at the Seashore Is Not
, V All Pleasure For the Orphans
m arr0- -
Pee tlia Oolf Olrl Ewsr
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. - . .. ... hv Ilia soil
It IS a preseui iau iv -
cap and the uet karvl.lof woru for I lie
asms match, In color ami l ali-rit..
ft ttlrn be used. A lol'"r "M
korv blrr or una sijir -
0Ms check lu blst k UHeM'
M ... . ... IIU.J -llll till"
worsted auo aervniei'm -checked
effect euH'liiUed to form s
l1T fabric and leather '"
. .....rinir fur sarenil
women nuve ru - - --
months psst. stiMHMi.le.1 fr"u a lr.Ml
Oat cora suing -
mmlcled after the Img ht have lieed
Clrrlcdy th n.itlve of Morocco for
centuries. The. Arnl.s. It W sUl. tnks
freat pride In their bis, which sre a
m . mm
11 J'lVj! IB
tory--ls already beginning to work
The oyster is preparing to make
his usual little stir . at church sup
I. ' : -
Mrs. Sinclair can have Poet Kemp,
If she wants him. The rest of the
world will not feel the least bit en
The convicted New York poultry
dealers have been granted a stay of ,
Wnn..tl,.n of fnttnrp Now if their)
Photos by American Press Association
SPENDING the summer st the ses shore would be receded by mitny'ss
a menus of enjoyment that could not be'excelled, but u Klliiipxe st the
pictures above will show that some youthful "visitors st the U-sch do
not find unalloyed pleasure st all times. To be ure. ihi eooys sre
orphans, but this Is not the cuuse of their sorrow. If It were the other boys
plsying with the swing they would be similarly dejected. No; the sorrowful
youngsters bsd been tessed by tbelr playmates about "hsvitiK their pli turs
taken." and they were crying from vexation. The. children are liimnte of
an orphans' home In New York that maintains a summer colony at Kocknwny
Bosch, on the south shore of Long Island. From 300 to n Mimll boys upend
many enjoyable days on tbs ssndy beach or paddling about In the w liven,
which come In over a beach so,jilant1ng thst they are never-lit tlumter. The
grief that the little chaos In the lower picture felt did not lut lune. utul soon
'VI I1UI II 'all iB 11
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Money represents human power. H
la of vital Importanco to yoa whether
Its force la exerted for or against you.
Money saved Is your friend, ready to
help you when yon need help most
The Bank of Of egon City
OLDEST UAfl. in lllft VVUIW T
1 ' MtTn
II r, LATtll'KatTTE PreaUlenl ;
THE FIRST NATIONAL DAI
of OREGON CTTi , OREGON
J CAPITAL, IM.000.Ob
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hortrmta rsclsg sgsinst thslr owa
money s thy art st ths Orrgori
Sttte Fstr f'm Sfptrmbfr 11 to It.
thtrt i boutiil to be rre iport .All
thr tfl hav Itllrd Slid SI
mult tht tmu-iial iprctsclr ol ths
driver miH oner "faring lor thtlr
on itionry coMin'f Irotn entrincs
let i Ur"tril I I"' i"iir ho
et larniR c'd 'how (hit
Utf ft lM.r luvf H been -enlf red.
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lie I in ' 11 "i1 wnprmed snd
! it a ill no. "iMM" ' avnin. ti iiTtiTrmtr
! Vf4r I'hr 'MiHlor" ifpottfd thst
MEW DISIiiJI IN MUIIIKHIWKS.
bnndwme us the liiillvUltiul pure will
sfford. Koft leather decorutud In artW
tic fHHlilon and stuJilil with Jewels 1;
the f.m'i ff tlt tf-t't. til Ix-rsune the
rllt inivluir ilrail -iiin new
clav w.i- s ""l a 'r,irt
trai l. I.i ITU "rrj-i-nrtwlcd ' into
(a. i lit n!i l'" fun' of vet
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Oven trvm a. M. I,!
(JeneVal Delivery. Qr),
WANTED You to know rstt-,,
terprlse lob printin UbuJ
the most romplsta U uit
outside I'nrtlsnd. Try h fc, .
nest printing r
roR ?aix- 8 p is nuiT
Bell that old plow or Unw,
- . dott use It start yoa
your new ona
rOR 8AlJ-)8plt dogs. Hug
bona, 1103 EluMwntk tUMh
FX) it 8 Al X-i l rd oodoSV"i
14. First class wood sa4 tf '
gned. I'bous Main M:L
aas'eu an- t ssrffsarjsrar a
I 11EKEUY notify U bui,
and dealers thst my wife, Cint
Johnson;- fc is lefr my bH 04 Vv
and Iwtll no longer bt mpx
for aoydliU lururrs4 bj W
Pated Ansust 30. llll.
FARM liOANS-DtnIek A D
lawyers, OrexoD otr, Or,
tl, il 'I I1J-J . ..--7 -i r , 1
O. D. BBY. Atiomer-sbUe. 1
loaned, ahetrscts faro WW. I
titles) es mined, ts'stat Mttiatf
eral law bustnesa. Over ut
. Sept. 5 In American History.
1894 General George Stoneman. ex
governor of California, died; born
1905 Heseklah Butterworth. noted au
thor and editor, died; born 183a
1910 President Taft opened the na
tional eonserratlon congress In Bt
Paul. Minn. Julian Edwards, com
. poser of mnslc. died In Yonkers.
N. Y.; born 1856.
' (From noon today to noon tomorrow.)
gun seta 852. rises 6:27; moon sets
27 a. m.
cold-storage product could only be
granted a stay of delivery.
Woodmen don't forget meeting to
night. Come, bring your male friends.
CONTEST PROVES GRAND SUCCESS
(Continued from page 1.)
BIG POTATO CROP
ASSURED BY RAINS
RELEASE OF VAN SCHAICK.
The liberation of Captain Van
Schaick of the Ill-fated excursion
steamer Slocum on parole served to
remind many of the existence of one
who had been lost to their memories.
Captain Van Schaick is about 72
years of age and had served in Sing
Sing prison a little over one-third of
the 10 years to which he had been
sentenced for alleged criminal care
lesness In the handling of the Solcum
upon the occasion of the disaster.
Public sentiment generally will ap
prove of the course of President Taft
In paroling tbe aged captain. He may
have been guilty of grave neglect but
there is a general feeling that he was
made a scapegoat.
We agree with the New York Sun,
which observes: "Csptaln Van
Schaick'a conviction and punishment
were no injustice to him. His case
j For the late potato crop In this
1 state the rains of the past few days
1 were Just
of communicating with the vsrlous
districts and the impossibility of get
ting a paper aeurrreu tire name u.j ; ound i
as published or even the following , growing districts of the valley, which
day, but the telephone and the elec-1 na(j b;en very dry for months, has
trie railroad and the rural free deliv- j thorouehly drenched, and as a
what was needed. " Tbe
practically all the potato-
ery by tbe postofflce department are
fasf overcoming these difficulties and
the farmer In the most remote part of
the county can now take a dally paper
and receive It in a reasonable time.
With the further development of the
railroads that are now in operation
and those In the building will come
more changes that will make it pos-
retiult it Is believed now that the lute
crop- Is safe, so far as the need of
moisture is concerned. There is of
course still the possibility of damage
by early frost, but In general that is
considered a remote hazard.
While the ground has been more or
less parched aince the planting of the
late crop, It Is believed that the dry
sible to put a morning paper in every weather worked no appreciable harm,
home in the county the same day It Is
published, and In, 75 per cent of them
in time for breakfast
Woodmen don't forget meeting to
night. Come, bring your male friends.
Cartas Fer tha Palms.
While dining with some German
friends the old gentleman of tbe fam
ily got up from thi table with a cup
of luke warm black coffee and poured
it on a beautiful palm. He said that
plants need stimulants ss well ss peo
ple. I tried this, snd now once every
week my plants get their cup of luke
warm bluck coffee. It seems to give
tbem new life. Good Housekeeping.
and with the soli now In the best pos
sible condition, a good growth Is
counted a certainty from this time on.
Thorough cultivation the past few
weeks has In many Instances kept the
vines In condition to withstand the
drouth in the best of shape.
The size of the late crop Is of
course yet a matter of uncertainty,
but local dealers who keep In close
touch with conditions In tbe country
say that Oregon this year will harvest
a fair average crop, and that as yet
nothing has developed to offset ad
versely tbe quality of the output Tbe
prediction also Is made that tbe mar
ket will be a satisfactory one, for it
is well known that the potato crop in
many of tbe Eastern states this year
will be far short of the normal.
Suoscrtbe for the Daily Enterprise.
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, in. 1 M .h II VH Ml I I I 1 I 1 I ! I I I ! M-l-M1 II I I I I H l"H t IN
C II ERE is no question that the genera! introduction of gun
of very large caliber, such as the new fourteen inch, will
REVOLUTIONIZE warfare. It will make many changes
necessary in naval construction. For instance, it will NE
CESSITATE THE IMPROVEMENT OF ARMOR. The plates
will have to be made thicker or of MORE IMPENETRABLE ma
terial - Against guns of such ENORMOUS ABILITY it is a question
whether our coapt defenses, HEAVILY ARMED though they pre,
would be of much service, for if it is granted that the hostile fleet
bad an opportunity to get near enough to New York, or whatever
point was to bo attacked, without opposition tbe chance arc that the
city would be pretty well. the road to UTTER EXTINCTION
before tbe gunners in the forts could train their rifles-tin the fleet
, The fact that the new guns can shoot ACCURATELY at a
distance of at LEAST twelve miles increases tremendously the prob
lem of combating them.
The cpehot of all this matter la that the way to prevent a naval
Invasion Is to have a fleet which can SUCCESSFULLY PREVENT
IT. ;;0'::''."'''V:-v.-':-''-'- '
' .. IT ICEMI TO ME THAT THE ANIWEB TO THIS PROBLEM Of
COAST, DEFENSE It MADE BY THE SUBMARINE, I BELIEVE THAT
THE SUBMARINE JS GOING TO BE TAKEN MORE SERIOUSLY EVERY
YEAR BY NAVAL EXPERTS. IT IS. THE MOST DEADLY ENEMY
CT THE BATTLESHIP. ', " '," ..V , - ,-."' : .
HIDES (Buying Greenbldeir 6c
to 6c; salters, Sttc to 6Vc; dry hides,
12c to 14c. Shtep pelts, 25c to 75c
DRIED FRUITS Ixical prices are
Arm at from 80 to 10c on apples and
prunes, peaches are 19c.
SALT Selling SOc to 0o (or fine.
50 lb. srxk. half ground 40c; 75 for
100 lb. sacka.
Portland Vegetable Markets,
SACK VEGETABLES Carrots,
1.25$1.50 per sack; parsnips, 11.25
&S1.60; turnips, $l.26$1.50; beets,
t 1 11.50.
! VEGETABLES Asparagus, 80c
1(1.75 per crate; cabbage, new, f 3 per
I hundiedwelght: cauliflower, $t.o0
$1.75 per dozen; celery, California, 75c
flfKic per dozen; cucumbers, i.50Q
per dozen; eggplant. 16c per lb.;
garlic, ioc012c per pound; lettuce,
50c per dozen; hothouse lettuce, 1.69
$2 per box; peas, Jo 11c per
pounds peppers, 30c35o per pound;
radishes, 16c per dozen; rhubarb, 2VfcC
3c per pound; sprouts, 9c; tomatoes,
I2$3.25. " ; '
ONIONS Jobbing prices; Oregon
$2.75 per 100; Australian, $3.50 per
100; Texas. $2.25 per crate: Califor
nia, $2 per crate. ' " '
- Oregon City .Stock Uuotatlena.
H008 Hogs are quoted lower.
From 128 lbs. to 150 lbs. (ftc, from
150 lbs. to 200 lbs. 8 Ho.
BACON, LAKD and HAM, are firm
VEAL CALVES Veal calves orlng
from in to toe according to grade.
BEEs" 8TEERS Beef wteers for
the local markets are fetching Sfte to
Stte.llvfc weignt. -
SHEEP r nrro at 40 to Sa live
weight. ' ,
OuotatYena for Orsoet City.
POTATOES Best, Buying 1H cents
pound. ' "
FIX)UR AND FEED Flour Is
stesdy, selling from $6 to $6 30; very
little of cheaper grades. .
OATS (Buyng) Gray, $23 to $24,
white, from $25 to $28.-
B UTTER (Buying? Ordinary
country brings frora 15J to $0c,
fancy dairy from 20c to 12c, cream
ery 2c to 25c. '
E003 Best grade 15 cents. '
POULTRY (Buying Firm with Mt
tie food stock offered. Good hens ar
bringing 120. Old roosters are In poo""
demand, broilers bring from 18c to 18c,
with good demand.
WOOL (Buying) .Vool prices sre
ranrlna- from 14 to 17 ceiitH.
FEED Shorts $29 to $110; rollod
barley, $31.60 to" $32.50; process bar
ley. $33.00; whole corn, $39.00;
cracked corn, -840 00: wheat $32.00
to $33: oil meal, $53: Shady Urook
dairy feed, $1.25 per numireu pounds
HAY (Buying.) Timothy $16 to
$17; clover $9 to $10; ont hay, best,
$12; mixed. $10 to $12: alfalfa, $12 to
CATTLE MARKET 1$ STRONGER.
Hog Receipts Larger Than Same
Month Lsst Yesr.
The Portland Union Stock Yards
Company reports ss follows:
Receipts for the week have Won
1952 cattle: 130 calves; 1110 hoi:;
2460 sheep and 34 horses.
Receipts for August were 8805 rat
tie; 712 calves; 0248 bona; 34H9I
sheep; 133 horses, and, mules. "' A
compared with the same month last
year, there was an Increase In every
thing except hogs and. the 654 cars
received during the month were 85
more than were received In AtiKimt
of last year.
The csttle market waa steady to
stronger. -:. One lot of 603 Montana
steers, nvernRlng 1148 pounds sold at
$6.10. The Wiling quality of Montana
cattle Is at all times attractive to
packers, and as a rule, steers of th
game weleht and quality will
bring more money than cat
tle on territory where, grass
does not produce the same re
sults. The demand for butcher stuff
was strong and everything was taken
at .early . trading hours. One lot of
calves, averaging 180 pounds, sold for
The hog market was steady to
strong, with $S.50 as the top. The
much prophesied lower range of val
ues for hogs does not apply. Killers
have been unable to put prl7.es down
at the big central markets and thope
who are engaged in market prpphonv
predict a continued high line of
As compared with previous weeks
the sheep market waa poorly supplied.
Fair lambs, weighing 70 pounds, sold
at $4 75 and ewes sold as low as $2.
Representative sales were as fol
lows: 503 Steers 1148 $6.10
142 Steers 11R5 5.60
220 Steers 1099 5.35
28 flteprs .,..1077 fi.00
289 Cows '. 998 , 4.75
63 Heifers 850 4.60
45 Cows 910 4.40
33 Cows 980 3.75
27 Cslves 180 7.75
27 Calves , 882 6.50
1 Stag 1180 4.50
2 Bulls 1320" - 8.00
71 Hogs 180 - 8.50
31 Hogs 178 8.25
103 Hogs 232 8.10
62 Hogs 332 7.75
624 Lambs 70 4.75
61 Wethers 103- 3-. 26
....... 7S 1. z.so
selected by tlio wralllij' Arhli, Wlillr
those less favored by fortune have to.
be content wltb decorations nf mH
-The round nek nightKown that U
mails with a shaped yoke la a uew
snd fashionable on Thu kowu II
lustrsted la prettily imTi-il mid em
broldered. JL l'IO CHOM.ET.
. This May Monton fattirn la i-ut In
from thirty-four to forty-two snil foitv'
four Inches bust moaaurs Hi-mi la rrtiti
to this ofllce. slvlns nuinlirr, :i'X, ami 11
111 be promptly (orwanlml to you t
mall.- If In haats anl nn mMitlonnl (w
cant stamp for letter oetK. whl-h In
urea mors prompt dellvrty.
Fringes a Feature ef tha Coming
Fringes snd galloon arc iikimI In
weight dowu drapi'i'li'S on guwim. and
there Is promise of s gn-iil mpiu for
frtugca In. the fall.
Boots with extra high topi In tan
calf lu both button and tare style.
are extremely fiislilonnlili'. Onfurd
ties of four to six eyelet are back In
Many of tlio new topcoats nre nnnli
with tiny dlrectolre Jacket, with lio
mense rerers In front ami slim, scant
' ,' tf-'-cn.
. a- it liie re
ijn i .:. unproved
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jaiul tl r dfi-.tvttli. i .r r-"-r " th
t .inrt'-- e !: I 1 I fen. rnl
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I Ki-il'irril f.itr arr 111 rf'r t on s!1
j tai'tne-1 life fr.r tin ui. ition of
' tlir ltt t l.j t Ofrtc-m lu To offer.
liw, Ileutscbat adtrekst, tl
tic In sll snuris. mtiii &
and sttlmsn'i. Oftkt li $.
prise .Bldg., Orsioe Otr. Otir
UILOIH AND COTaCT0t
WiKMliiifti don t lor Kit niiK-tlug to
nUlit. ('mm-, bring yoitr lusln frtenda
HARHY JONSSnnlldsf ui es
- Coetraotor. Rsttmttss (lest
gtreo on all cisssas ol r
work, concrete wtiki ssl rstitsi
eeaerete. lies Phios Utk in.
BEAVERS FIELD AND
BAT BEST, BUT LOSE
. H. COOPER, ror rrs
'and Real Rstste Ut st Iw'
your properttes s sof. "
etchings. Office ta lsiy
Hldg., Oregon CHf. Orsfos-
OAKl.ANP, Hept. 4 (Sperlal.l
I Alihniiii (n k l.i ml only msde four
lilta to tin' vUiinr's nine tha Heavers
j loHt the Inst kuiiic by a score of to
1 1. ivriinll was an i-iilgnia when he
Ktciiillcil iiuwn, ami Darkness pitched
' what nrnler ordinary rlrcumstsnces
J would liav,. been a Inning ball. Oak
j lit ml iciired in the fourth and eighth.
; Cortland played perfectly In the field
"in! the home team Is credited with
an error Th. O.ik 11N0 won the first
The reiill Motulny Jnllow;
Pacific Con it League.
Oakliiml !2, Portland 1-0.
Han rrstirrn 7 X Iih Atmeles 4-5.
I Vernon 5-3, Sacrninctito 1 2.
, Port land Victoria game Kstpotied
j on nrcotint of rain.
-I Vancouver I o. Spokane o 3.
j Taconia ;( I, Si attlo l .
I t'leveland 9 !, Chicago H i.
) New York 6-5, Huston 3 1.
l-hlladelphln K-R, Wnshiiigton 8-6.
lietroit in n. HI liiils 3 7.
New York 6 7. Ilimton 4-7;
Chlcami 5 5, Ki. I ml 4.7,
ritlHlniig 4-1,'f'liirliinntl 39
llrooklyn (l-C.-Chlliidelphla 0-2
MISH K. MARIOS WELSH, a
York, teacher of ths fltss. C
telephone Msln 31$$.
..euir.l IT I
JJeglnnlng the mornliu; of
urday. August JG. "12
era for the Morning ttt
Uvlng In and about WllUisaW
will receive their psp J
rler Instead of by atalL
Wilson will be tks'esrrkisi
will act as agent st WU!.
ri r as g af ri t7tri akTfTRf)4T. 4
i the new Carrier 8wf
17 Ewes .4
Woodmen dont forget meeting to
night Come, bring your male friends.
E. W. Mellicn
Now open for business with a full
Un of new and second-hand furni
ture. - .
PRICES TO 'SUIT THE CUSTOMER.
Highest Price. Paid for Second
Hand furniture. :
In the nsw Brick Sulldlng,
Sixth and Msln Streets.
fSASiST WSIHT SITfl TLCKH.
skirts, which nre put on to the Jacks;,
under s thick untlti oi',
Pearls are very much worn. MnV,
pearls are wonderfully lovely and rank
fn value wlili while.
The pettsant waist with HtniW.t
back edges U one ,ll(.h , ,.,
This one is trimmed nn.l tncked .,i
Cxceptlotmlly iMKomll.c lines. I dainty
and attractive, and at the same time It
Is simple. Jnm, ciioi.i.KT.
This May Mnnton pattnrn'ls cut In i...
from thlrty.fr , Mrty-two Inrh
mesaur. 19 cents to this oXl .1
..n.. . ,yn;'j r,1 .,' , nf5r,:
m.;."' wwch 'mu- ' -K;
In Pegu may be seen Zlry kp.
in Kunrd over . Iitlrill(l,e M "JJ
Burmese Uov, , M ' Jh
d that when h. a, 1Z
be world w... come. Tln ,,,,r,
thereto prevent sny on., fro,,,
I .oh Annelea .
8 T A N O I N Q.
A Straight Blues!;
Sample Sack Free.
Sole Agents for .,
Korrsot Poultry Food.
11TH AND MAIN IT.
Sea (tin ..,
Taconia , ,
Victoria . ,
.Won. Lost. P.O.
Wootlmen don't forget m.etg to
B, Come, bring mr w
Patronise) our adyertlseri.
Wants, For Sale, Etc.
Notlse. uad., tb.M c?7rin haW
Ss Bn',,,"or,, ot crt.
1 "'amp collectors; coins for
Sftrla nf ' n. 1 '"Jr '
lerondhan r,7: "0 ft" Wn
ynnn' Mln.. rifth
I II r- r
WtAhUT:id"H,,, ""'""raents for
lfrwa wsnt slthera V)ci',s'
feliutlle or a HIiis e in - , u
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Oi ""' "2 7tttu
let br "
sonnd sl I. P01""1'' wrrlcesble
, ton - "
it;9 Morrison St