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MORNING RUTORPRiaE. THURSDAY. SFITEMIlKIt 14. 1H-
ORECOW C1TT, OREOOg ,
I. K. EROD1E. Editor and Pwhilshse.
A GREAT i
B, KATHLEEN L MU.HDV
CyrigM hr Amrt. I1
World's Lontf est, Sintfle Span
Re-enforced Concrete Bridtfe
Member of Quaaa Mary's
Money rprMBta human power. It
la of vital ImporUoc to you wbthsr
Its fore Is isrtd for or agaioat you.
Money ssred la your frUad, ready to
help you when yon bd bslp most
4 slaa tfr J-
I. at Dm a affloa at Or
vnr. uragnsu aaaac ut Act w
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Om Taar, ay n
ia Moat ha. b
Paw Moat ha b:
CONTRACT ADVERTISING RATES
rvt a avr nc mat lam In .... IS
rirat Pasa, par Inch Sanction
fiafauM poatlMa J
Ye'crre poattka aax a.
mi papar ath r Uuui
Baa paaar atkar Jua flrat P. aar
Waata. Far Sala. Ta lUwt, ata.. aaa
aaat a war flrat kMartlaa; ,aai at aaat
Ralaa for a4itlaaa
Cataranaa win ba
aaiir. far awrartta
far taa waakty. WtMre tba aamlta iat
la craaafan aa fro Uta dally a Uta !
wtthant caun ta rata will aa to
tor raa af ua ilia. M lta aa
ssialal aaatuoa. .
Caah aaaaM) aaaaaaaaay araar aaan
i aakaawa la aaaaaaaa afTtaa af
Laca jaVartiatear at
, Ctre avrt1alag aa4 apaalaj traaatam
vtft M Kt la Me u toioa. aaeara
mm ta eeaelal ecatdltlo "! taw
Th Sato" mat Bankrupt" Bala" aaVao
wiata X toeh flrat twaartleaj; aal-
) Haaaa aaa wait wilt fa artlula
af aaarU. wtta lataraat ta Woal naOir,
will aa gladly aecaptx. Ret mm-
complain of aar dlipoaltloa to pry
Into th prlvat affair of hr court
ladle. From which w uttm that
rubbernecking at court ta highly nn
Th president of Ecuador resigned
"at tha request of th people," HU
army couldnt aar been big enough.
Rnsalaa caviar Is said, to bo a our
for cholera, but ther ar many peopi
who would rather hare the disease
than the cur. -
. John Hays Hammond denies that
he nudged Kins George In the rib.
It must hays been th King's rib that
nudged John. Something happened,
that's certain. . ..
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
THE MORNING ENTERPRISE
Is o sal at th following a tore
. Huntley Bros. Drugs
J. W. McAaulty Cigars
' '- Seventh and Mala. '
4 i . , Mala near Sixth.
v M. K. Duna Confectionery
. ' - Next door to P. O.
" City Drag 8 tor
- Elactrle HoteL '
' ! Bchoenboni Confectionery w
' ' r 8enth and .1. Q. Adams. 4
bepu 14 In rXmerican History.
lM7-Tb United Stat army under
General Win field Scott entered the
" CUy of Mexico as conqueror.
- 1901-Prealdeot WUllam McKinley
HUe4 tn JPofTsJo of the wound re
' :'' celred oa th 6th at the bands of
' Leon r. Csolgoss: born NUes, O
- T ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS.
(From nooa today to noon tomorrow.)
' Sua sets 6:07, rises moon rises
'0T p. Ba. T av nv tomorrow-. Venus
and strn In Inferior con J unction.' the
planet paavjng from east to weat of
the sua on the near aide: Venus near
est , earth, distant about 24.000.000
mile, nearer than any other body
except th moon; Venn change from
renin to morning star.
PEACH Ml IS
C0I1G TO CLOSE
Th end of th peach season Is In
right . While there ar still liberal
supplies coming forward, the stock Is
beginning to show ragged quality.
Some good stuff Is still coming from
southern Oregon. The Dalles snd
Yakima, but th major portion of th
arrivals Is rather poor. Prices are
ranging from 40 to TSc a box, but few
offering ar bringing more than 60
The peaches now coming forward
are either rather green or overripe,
and good keeping quality Is absent
While it is probable that there will
be arrivals of peaches for some time,
the canning season Is being Rapidly
brought to a close, owing toylhe de
cress In quality.
HIDES (Buying Green hides, 6
to 6c: saltars, We to 6 Vie: dry bides,
18c to 14c 8ncap pelts, 25c to TSc
DRIED FRUITS "Local pries ar
firm at from 8c to tOe on apple and
prune, peache are leo.
SALT Belling Me, to 0e tor Aim.
SO lb. sack, half ground 40c : 71 for
100 lb. sacks ,. . JV " -4 ..... :
Portland Vegetable Markets. :
8ACR VEGETABLES Carrots.
Ili6$l.50 per sack: parsnips, $125
Mil. 50; turnips. tlSSOILSO: beets.
ft so.- ;
ONIONS Jobbing prices; Oregon
$175 per 100: Australian, $3.60 per
100; Texas. $125 per crater CsiUor
nls, t; per crat. ' " 1 f
Orcoer Cltv Stock Quotation. ; .,
HOGS tlogs ar quoted He awr.
From 125, lbs. to ISO lbs V4c. from
ISO lbs. to 200 lbs. SVaC.
; HE CUT THE RED TAPE.
. "Red tape," or slavery to precedent
snd methods of procedure in the Iran-
f sactlon of pubic business, is to bane
of. officialdom. , .Occasionally jan offi
cial has' th strength of character to
. shov precedent sslde when the pub
lie good demands such action. To be
abl .to do this Is s distinguishing
mark of a good executive. The Com
missioner of the General Land Office,
Hon. Fred Dennett, having a . multl
pllcity of duties pressing upon his at
tention, not infrequently has to deal
a body slow to bureaucracy.
Here Is an Instance where admin
istrative skill was required. On tne
Chlppews Isnds is a large quantity of
fir timber, one of the best bodies of
timber remaining in that country. It
being his duty to cut and sell all such
timber for the benefit of the Indians,
Commissioner Dennett had already
ordered the sale of the timber and
contracts bad been prepared. On vis
iting the country atvrand the reserva
tion last year he found that there was
likely to be a poor market for timber
as much fir-kllled standing timber
had to be cut In order to save It from
decay, fire and other losses. He ac-
- cordingly changed the specifications,
put off the cutting one year, and ef
fected the sale of 400,000,000 feet of
timber at a price around $8.40 per
thousand, board measure, or a total
BACON. LARD and HAM. ar Arm
VEAL CALVES Veal calves Bring
from 6c to Hc according to grade.
BEEF 8TEER3 leel 'steers for
the local niarttts ar fetching SVicto
Hc liv weight.
SHEEP r nrm at e to So live
Otiotattan'a r Oregon Crty.
' POTATOES Best, Buying 114 cents
FLOUR AND FEED Flour Is
steady, selling from $5 to $E SO; very
llttl of cheaper grade.
OATS (Buyng) Gray, $23 to $24.
1TH th completion early thia fall of the Monroe ftrvet bridge, 8p
kan. wtfl bav the lougest single span r-en fon-etl coucrwte una
the world. The central span Is 281 feet la IxiiKtn or tweire incoes
longer than the bridge ever the Rocky liter wmI construction at
Cleveland. C and Ofty-elght feet longer than the fam-.u Wlaaahlckon river
atructur at Pbiladelphla Th bridge 'will nav s rtrndaay for teams snd
walks for pedestrians aa wall aa tracks for" tbe el-trlc line of the city The
city of Spokane la paying 'for the bridg. the cm of wlii. b I to be $.V0.nOO
The moat Important thing about' th bridge Is tbf fnci ihut the prtuclple em
ployed In Its construction, while old In theory. Is ow In prscik- In this struc
tur each segment of the arches was made separately uud afterward ksyed
Jn. contrary to the aaual cuatom of building the mold mid then placing th
actlr amount of concrete In at one or as nearly st one aa possible Only
nougb steel wee used to prevent surface cracking. By uxlng as little steel ss
possible two things were accomplished almost one-third of th estlmsted cost
according to th usual manner of construction, was ssred. sud no Initial strain
whatever wss placed on the bridge before the concrete waa (irmly set Wben
Thrieparat ptwtl ww .TeB in tBO WeatleWOrJ. Ws ptiiructwl so thai
veo than no strain wsa placed on th setting concrete until perfectly dry. ,
white, from $25 to $2C
BIJTTSR (Bujingi Ordinary
country brings from 16e to 20c,
fancy dairy frpm 2ur, to22ccream
ery 22c to 25c .
EGGS Best grade 25 cents.
POULTRY (Buying Firm with lit
tie good stock offered. Good hens ar
bringing 12c. Old roosters are In poor
demand, broilers bring from 16c to 18c,
with good demand.
WOOL (Buy.!'") Vool prices sre
ranging froar 14 to 17 cents. '
FEED Shorts $29 to $30; rolled
barley, $31.60 to $32.60; process bar
ley. $33.00; whole corn, $39.00;
cracked corn, $40.00; wheat $32.00
to $33; oil meal, $53; Shady Brook
dairy feed, $1.25 per hundred pounds.
Drought around Washington bss
forced up the prices of sll food stuffs
snd it has been remarked that every
thing but ssgsr costjuuch marc
thtn it did during wsr times and sug
ar prices are advancing.
Dr. Alexander Graham Bell, famed
as Inventor of th telephone to which
nearly every civilized person psys
tribute well deserved, hss now Invent
ed what he calls an Ice stove to help
make summer heat endurableHe gives
' his Invention to the world. It consists
of a box full of lc and pipes through
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Oopyrisbt br American Pra Association.
By Admiral TOGO, "Nel
son of Japan"
SECRET FOR RETAINING' YOUTH IS SIMPLE ENOUGH.
BE A SOLDIER. FIGHTING KEEPS ONE YOUNG.
AND THAT NOT ONLY KEEPS A MAN YOUNG, BUT It
GIVE HIM HIS GREATECT CONTENTMENT AND SATIS
FACTION IN LIFE.
ITS THE 80LDIER IN A MAN THAT MAKE3 HIM A SUCCEC1
IT MAKES THE GOOD SHOEMAKER. IT MAKES THE GREAT FINAM--CIER
IT MAKES THE GREAT ARBITRATOR. AMD IT MAKES THE
HIGHEST TYPE OF PATRIOT.
It makes a man when the end .f hi" day comes g- to his fat'icr
with the tealizatiorvof a life WELL SPENT.
To me the j HIGHEST EDUCATION any women can have i
that which makes her believe that her greatest usefulness is at IIOMR,
d the felate la the giving to the nation
CHILDREN the FUTURE citizens.
What does a woman want with the edocation vnuially given to meni
I grant that in our country women have a lower grade of education
than men-i-that ia, where the onuido, political a'nd practical things
are considered, but the gets ALL the education she NEEDS. .
' Here in this country I believe your women have equal educational
advantages with men.
ECONOMIC CONDITIONS that have resulted in taking wo
men's former employment out of tho home is the excuse given for this.
which, th. chilled air 1. forced Into f n n fae bugine89 and profcional world.
with men. We have no such problem. '
Women havja done the SAME GOOD SERVICE for hundreds
of years? They havo been our home keepers and the mothers of our
soldiers, and let me tell you that the home women of my country send
their husbands and brothers and sons out to the battlefield with a
COURAGE great as that jciwesBed br the soldiers themselves. '
There's where she shows her STRENGTH and SPLENDID
CITIZENSHIP and PATRIOTISM, and when a woman can send
her fighting men out to battle does' that woman have to worry because
f" oppression "om ' govrnrneut and from such raen , No, I be
lieve not. - ' . I, 'j u - ' -
HAT (Buying.) Timothy $1$ to
$17; clover $9 to $10; oat hay, beat;
$12; mixed, $10 to $12; alfalfa, $12 to
PORTUUiD WINS FIRST
IN IMPORTANT SERIES
POTLAND, Sept 13. (Special.)
Benny Henderson wss the king pin In
the bowling over of Hogan's stars to
day. Portland won th first game of
a series which msy determine the
championship. The visitors played a
fine fielding game and worked hard
to win, but Portland's big twirler wss
too much for them. One run msde
in the fourth wss all Vernon could
garner. Portland scored one in the
sixth snd three in the eighth.
The result Wednesday follow:
Pacific Coast League Portland 4.
Vernon 1: San Francisco 2. Oakland
1; Los Angeles 6, Sacramento 4. vi
Northwestern League Seattle 6,
Portland 0; Victoria 4-4, Spokane 3-2;
Vancouver jTacoma game postponed
on account or ram.
American League Philadelphia 2
New York 0; Washington 3, Boston 1 ;
Cleveland 5, Detroit 1; St. Louis 6,
Chicago 2. '
National League New York 4. Bos
ton 1; Philadelphia 2, Brooklyn 0;
Pittsburg 6, Cincinnati 4; Chicago and
St. Louis not scheduled.
Three buudwd years sgo tlmi-pl-
wer rar. Thers wer lowu clock
tn om Europe cities, but th watch
bad not yet been . developed. -Fran
8tockel. living lu lue jmre of Stutt
gart, wber su could!se the tower
cknk by stopping to her dour, had s
clock of her own sud ued I set It
very dsy by the t Uwk In the fbwer.
Now, st tbls time the minds of men
did not work ss quickly or s ihrewd
ly ss they do now. Tb nwe were
till superstitious, referring every
nral araiit ti a U IH-rilUt UHll COUrW.
Th poi' f Stuttgart wer ss stupid
s any, and It took tucm aa ioug
proiwaltlon through thrlr head a
would be required to bore s hole
through a millstone witn a gimiei.
A murder was committed suumg
them at leaat was lupiHwed to have
been committed, for the body of tue
murdered man could not te rounu.
rrn n.ll. a MKldler. bud atopied all
u tha huima of John M fit. Still
In the morning Merts bsd dlssppeurwl
Gobel was csugbt leaving tne ooue
with som money Merts bsd left be
hind him. tobel pleaded guilty to
taking th money, but denied having
l . m-.r lulurml GolteL Nf TprtllC-
less b was srreated snd tried before
a Jury, such system of trial having
ni mim Into nse III Stuttgart.
Th fsct thst Merts hsd dUappesred
and Gobel wss going swsy win ma
monev wss ault enough to prove to
the Stuttgartlans of that day that Go
bel had kliled Merts. Tney convicirn
him In short order, snd he wss sen
tenced to be hanged.
. In Stuttgart wss a man named Veot
nor. who poaaeased a curious combina
tion of knowledge. He knew quite
ar much lsw-aa the sttorney or tusi
period which waajnothlnff st sll-ond
he knew something of mathematics
and astronomy. Oobcl sent for hlra
sad declsred on a crucifix that be bad
not murdered Merit, but hsd aesred
him away In the middle-of the nlitht
by playing ghost tn order thst he might
secure his money. The condemned man
beeped A' en t nor to save him.
Ventnor wss ss tagenlou ss the peo
ple of Stuttgart were stupid, lie toik
PUT ON BIG FIGHT
MILWAUKEE. Wli.. Cent 13.
(Special.) "The Wolgast McFarland
fight will not be held here on Friday
night This Is final.'
That was the wsy Acting Governor
Morris today settled the prize fight
problem which hsS been agitating
porting circles for dsys, when he ar
rived here to attend the meeting of
the regents of the state university.
' Morris notified th promoters of the
bout that he stands firmly behind
8herlff Arnold in his announced In
tention of stopping the fight.
"There Is no use of further talk,"
he said. "Th fight will not go on."
A conference will be held and the
fight promoters ssy positively tho
fight will he staged.
' A fool and his honey tire s sticky
comblnatliiii. , .'
DrV Wpef i not such an encyclo-
pedis after alL He ssys he doesn't
know whV mint Jul? is,. No won
der he kicked at too much foam on his
been '. , .; v '
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Professor psler ha Just celebrated
: bis lxty-econd r birthday, two ( yesri
- past his choloform boule. .' '( .
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Wise p of iifirp' will fftnn
bf-K'n to I '
If yon hiive any trouhl to loan losn
It to your enemies. '
Tbe'l'derll In always In on th secret
when .we dwelve onrelve.
The reiimiii why we i-an't put onr
scire In the other fellow's piine ix
becsime he has such an exienlv
. Mvlng down s law is s lot easier
than following It op-
A Hint t the Engaged.
There Is a superstition which ty
thst engaged couple who sre photo,
graphed . together never get murrted
Superstition le gradually dying down,
o that few would be kept back by no
old woiaan's saying. There Is. bow
ever, one thing which should keep tn
gsged couples from being photograph
cd together, "and that Is the thought
thnt If .either or both should marry
some one els the fewer token there
are of previous love nrfAlrs the Brent it
Is the chiinre of happtn In Hie fliml
Choice,-Evfiance " , .
uliit mum') lf prisoner mm sun. it'"
log to "the keeper of the clock. Iirll-d
blm to let him (Ventnor) Into the t user
whenever he wished to go there.
. Th next dsy st noon, when Frnu
Stoekel went to her door to I k at
the town clock tn order tJ set her
own, she found that the flock had pa n
ed twenty minute. A pnln or lo
of five or ten minutes would not have
surprised her. but twenty minute quite
took her breath swsy. However. he
and every one In Stuttgart bnd perf.vt
confidence In the town clock, and l
set her own timepiece bsrk. The next
day, finding thst It bsd gained anoth
er twenty minute. he set It bsrk
sgsln snd moved the refill tor to raue
It to go slower. Kerrrtheles on he
third dsy her clock hnd gnlned sn
Frsu Stoekel. eonTinTil that her
Clock wss out of order, tried t? get
some one to fix It. Severn I of the bcl
mechanics tried, but the trnrr they
tinkered with It tbe fnter It ran. Not
withstanding the work done on It. In
a month It bad gained In all twenty
Gobel wsa to be executed Jnt one
month from the date of the sentence.
Tbe dsy before the lutcmUM hanirtpg
Ventnor went before the Judge who
hnd sentenced his client snd decliired
thnt the execution would tie Illegal.
When nuked why he sserted snd
broturht two wltnces to prove that he
bnd turned the town clock back st
vsrlous times enough to effect the loss
of a day. Therefore tbe date appoint
ed for the hanging would b the dsy
after that named In the sentence.
Tbe Judpe was punsled. Tsklng a
quill pen. he began to make figures.
He flfniroil awhile, when a fellow
townxnmn came tn. end. having heard
the problem a to whether the setting
back of tbe clock hnd kmt th town s
day, he, too. began to flure. One by
one the cttlzeu enme In till the room
wss full of persons driving qtilll ens
with a view to working out the prob
lem." At midnight. Kjte there was no
result, the Jtidce lsmied n ata.v f-r the
hanging, and the next day the llgurlntt
At the cud of a weok IUe Judge nent
to the university at Heidelberg for s
professor of ninthemntl nnd ntrono
my to come to Stuttgart und tell the
Stntfgnrtians whether Gobel If banged
a neir """l wonld hive br:-i l!!crnllr
executel-ln other word, whether by
the tt!ng back of the c lock a day had
been mI. , i f'
Tbe pmfesHor came ntul told th
burgher that a diy hnd not been Iim..
but when be attempted to prv've hi
word.t lie fonnd his llntcners too thick
herded ti u;iVrfarid li'-i.
The Btuttgnrtisns sfter the prpfe
sor's departure Hepnn to wrangle
sriot theaiclvc. rme lH.ievln
WIIHt III null ST.ly ss-
... wiurin mi
- t "'u. rt nit-ati-
ir in tneir opinion th"t a d-y hn '
been lost. But all agreed that a new
day should be fixed for the banging
nn l a punrd nennwh'lo plnee I nmnud
tbe clock tower. From opinlous they
w inuwn. ana a light was- orH
wuen wni r.ti mid come snunterlRg
along, looking like a frightened cur
Ht t'te mt-dered mnn! He sntd that
vsa ghimt of his grandfather had told
him to go away and stsy sway for a
The people crossed themselves and
set Gobel at liberty. t
"Yes.,. Anpuiliw. v.,e;i muttered
"imelhlng In ui.vleep hint ulnlit nlxml
len.g out on h bluff I was dmimlnu ..f
s dellphtf"! excui-Rion p friend snd I
took to Dover cliff. In Lngliind. severnt
Mrs. Simple Newlywed-I want you
" tend around s miinn r
. Grocer-Midnight oil? 1 never
heard of It Mrs. Slmnle N..-
"hy, I'm ur that' h li, i...
bands mother ssld he slwsys burned..
. . .
The Bank of Oregon Gty
OLDEST BANK III THE COUNTY
a 1 iJkTOUIUrTTB rraldl
THE FIRST NATIONAL DAI;
of OREGON CITY , OREGON
''. CAPITAL. lAOAiaOu
tftMMttlSlHinlilM Op tea.! ASLkl.
Heart to Heart
try EDWIN A. NYB.
wiat arc we itut rout
What are w her for
What is ths prime purpo of Ufet
Some of u act a If we cr her
merely fr th purpoe of sddlug np
columu of figure sud pllluti up pyrt
nild of dollars. Some of us will rob
our nliiht' of aleep. break tb cow
tnsndtucnts and, callous our soul for
the sake of money that we rsnuot 0.
No mora so than those who think
we sre In this world for, the purpos
pf. acmiiriniHower. To 1 si-counted
"somebody" Intlde som little circle,
tbe will ride remorelesly over lbs
right of others. For th uier plea,
ore of exercUlog mwr they wil4rlt
on ths steplug stones of protrats
Not more so tbsn li'c who thluk
lit should le deillcsted to pteaaure.
Thene try to fill their dny snd night
with Joy ride snd fleeting sensation.
They crowd enjoyment to tlie verg of
sstlety sud dentroy their espaelty for
.1 m ii
uuruuil tlfai tlin.
What then sre w here fori
By tbe prore of ellmlnsllon It can
be shewn that s bumsn being Is so
built that erery ower, pleure, ac
qulrement. I In valu save one. "
The wwer sad plesure of doluv
good lo other. -
Ob. but you sy
-That I hunday hid tslk." -No;
It Is not. Or If It I It 1 not true be
csuse It. I tauplit In Suuduy achool'.
It I taught there becaue It I true.
It Is God's truth. ;.
Tbe Isw of It I Inld In the constitu
tion of thing. It I srtinted by all
bltory and exiertence a law aa tme
a any tn nuithematlcs. And-
Ws know It. Hut, like Joonb. we are
forever running away from our tuls
slou. We prefer the perils of the sea
and tbe bsbltst of the fish's stomsth
to going to Nineveh. ..,
Yen. a much as you ran hooeatly.
And get u mix h ower ss you csn
oe for good. Incldentslly the pleas-,
re will come of 1hemelves.
But. sUire nil-
Io not forget whst you sr her for
WHY CATCHERS SLOW UP.
Cenatsnt Steeping Hrdn Musele f
Lsgt and lntrfrs With Syrtnlng.
Why do ratrber slow op after sv.
ersl seasons' servlc In tb big
lesgue? axks a fu. -A logical reason
Is given. It follows: "Few catchers
sre fun on their feet sfter they bsv
been In the game s few years, aud
this falling I attributed to tb fart
thnt the man behind th bat does a
lot of stopping and thus hardens tb
muscle of hi leg n such a wsy
to Interfere with hi running. Now
nnd then a young catcher breaks In
who can step around the bags at a
good clip, but as a rule he Inm his
led after a short time and become
siow. Today there sre few catchers
Who have pced on tha ha A in.
smith Is perha p the best runner tjf
Sliy Of the catcher In IK tnain
leagues, and Kddle has not been ta
tne game long eiionxb to slow up,"
Brooding over trouMe it tike sur
rounding onetrlf with a fog it
magnifies a't objeela teen through
it Occupation of the mind pre
vent! thii. ". '"
vTe went one or two companion of
lnteliiB,.ni.f. p-oblty and grace, to wear
out life with-pemons by whom w
can measure rnrelve and who shall
bold w fain in myiil 4iinu m t.iui.i.
F.rklne. appointed lord chancellor,
wr. offered at s low price th official
robe of the retiring lrd. but said:
-No. it should not b ssld that I bad
adopted the abnndoneJ tmblta of my
tn 1 m A ii r r. t . . . -
- "- . j, ooiomon niu w,uuu
"tails of hnre for his chariots and
I turn i . .
Cor. V.ugha and Twsnty-fourth St
1 ' vs. . ', ..
sptsfr.bsr.12, 13, 14, 18, IS. 17.
Qsmes Begin Wsskdsys at I p. m,
" Sundayi. 2:0) p U.' ' '
' ,J tAOIKS' DAY FRIDAY.
Boys Usdw u rra, ,to ntmaUn
Patron i a our sdwniurt
Will b. ina,a al m
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second hand furaltsrs u4 1
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work. Good wages, latilnt
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don't It aloes pa ant
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Ore go City.
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Electric Hotel: Jthini.
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Vancouver, Wsah: t- v
town, N. Y.:
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