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c dUi lb itrc on Siri er aticiij smSI &s&&'
M.NY PROppEa, MEASURES
DEALT WITH AT JIEETEfQ
Twelro Proposals Am' ivntii I
'"Would crrt rit. i..-
' Would Create City Pa.
Tho chief .business of the city
council Uwt night dealt with pro
posed measures to come up at the
special city 'election on October
20. The following were consid
' ered: 1 r '' f? :. ?,,'';' :,
A- bilK permitting the Oregon
California i Railroad com-nan to
construct ard maintain a tan t for 1
th0 torageof engine dl3tillatr or
gaw)KR f U800 gallon capaelty
on company property on . North
KonrteenthA . ;' ;
A bill creating the office of so-
i perintondeaf. of pajjng opera-
lions. ,U i -1 '- ;A
. ; Petition to change the name of
FIr. 'ta. Hrst' additioA. to Wil-
low...... ii -... I
eblclfe on Vwth; Commercial
T mii 7r;w , rm ..I.,,,
A bill providing for a special
AhrdiaiiiceVto autho'rize the
letr ; of a street' repair tax; with
-arJamendment.' . j . ; r
i An nrAinanhfi In tirhvMn fAW
transfer ot.vedt from ind4ental Tbeyarent.bac"5 to Washington
expense of tHe city td the expen- PPre j;td grrer their rcoHea goes
res of city JailMnnd. . ; .; : .... . s; the benefit of presidents Views te
An. ordinance authorizing the fore tHe linal'tage of the-nego-
lery of a bridge - tax. , wltn to
amendments .'s f p j
A bill autborlsing ; additional I
firi equipment. . I
. An ordisance- for,tht Improve -
ineni or. ennaw mom: waBSingiOTcracrordT tl Brussels I government
; to Lincoln: ' ' Tn.i-r."ry
; An ordinance for ihe ImoroT
S ment bf'Palrraount ayeaue from
vramance ror improrement or
Faifmountj 9teuue'from JSOptrlor I
ThA-m.y iiiM fUv .-.v-
a!l TriHRKi fht AttmrmiTA
TPading.- BiU two. was laid on the
table., The remaining ordinance
i will come p for further coasld-
eratloa at a special. meeting of the L
! council Friday, night? i v c
j" .TJw nest regular meeting of the I
council will take place Tuesday, I
'Sept. 8.1; ' k .J ,;i f
There was considerable discus-
sion pertajfling to dBpo8ar6r3wromxoii-aQnfts was heid.
yds. of dlrr that is being- remored
each day from North "Winter." Al-
derma Patton-proposed that this!
uirr oe usea in lining me uirisioni
sfrest ditch, aadrlsed by E. A.
a Tm . . Ta ha V. fAnMt4 lne ; AAtM.A
who. received t m permit yesterday
for theeooBtruetion. of the- new
5?J l-J uIt.to B?5t?
25 cents a yard. The' rtif..
oufc tciitfeede;! Jhp, matter,
jntT?fr 'J ''rr. . i? ;-;l
"Tli 9 matter ,of Inf orcin' side -
.bi&ghltoat the; iact that ty 1 down fhe rope from the peri
Rinriffftarirfliost lax in it vfoi itentiary roof , Vfednesdzr
BELGIAN WAR DEBT
' AGREEMENT IS NEAR
lCooit&u4 from peV X.)
American debt, commission- re-
ssBied tomorrow la ' Washington, .day : iftt the Newman home,
, .After. Mr.;tteilc4.. hoiia.aa&-. . cleaniml- Uo and Khavinff
man of the American commission euro,, up ana; snavmg.
and senator Smoot who la a mem- When they left one wore, a
ber, had discussed with him for jair o light corduroy trous
two hours' the situaUoa growing f v, w;' j
out of hegotlatioha-already J&ela. tity and an"
tbe cxecutite issued the toildwing other a pair of light trousers
p.- v 1 : :vv . vv ,
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Hi'rAi I .1 ;.-, CT.. i
' .t-':i7l,i1 !'j .:'-7-1 j ' .."
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hniMi'', ' .. " a -.... , -;. r k-; w... . :
Presiitnt Cooliie call on
Smoot have reported, ta the presi
dent tliardetail oLjWashiiir
ton conference. .The progress is
satisfactory, f No tfead4o;j-at de
relopedi itThe secretary. aad.Sena-
tor, Smbofc came to' inform the
president! of tEeupmi
making' the llnal agreement. The
conference" win conyene at 3 p. m.
Tuesday hen it is expected--final
agreement may be reached after
which. 4 fult an'sT cd;rnlfite state
ment will be giren to : the presi
dent oy the-American'comrnis-sIon.T
I jfr '
Secretary Mel tori-find Senator
Smooth 'acting for iho.!cbm'mtssion
whlcfi., 1 wished W acquaint the
Pidept with tt e' exarct sitiiatlon
with view to-tBtainin;-bi sane
tlon tony agreement it migllt
see tit to make, arrived ierVshort-
ly before 10 a. m. They motored
tnlVeventr';r,Wn: to their, special
car at-Lqdtow, planaing to reach
the capItaY by noon . tamoTxAwi'
drawn nnt nn ttan'natur rf h
America demand the Belgian
propogi or,th -possIbiUt -el
contentions in arr effort-reacn
-, j'i- .w'J--'.
L 'fS With
5, a Uto Wm-.ppear
optfatitl(p that aTsettlemettt would
etfecied' ;JS, '.U?k'-
trhlcb, experts to sail for ,! home
Wednsdr-Tlj!9re! waja Aotbl&g
howereri to Indicate' whether the
:adMl8ifitlda Vouid berwlllugKto
more: liberal terms .. than - , those
fra&tdd tireaeritalBi which;wer.e
accepted ; by, congress as a, satis
factory 5 precedent for; refunding
tioiw'v " r r - ; v
MfUmMti with rjfhA liit.
Broughtto, this, hamlet -from
mol)Ue' UW debt cpmmisslon-
er" 4Ter! ?reeted the President
l3 Pfonh of hla father's
ome . .bad, been, screened
I" " va 'a,, puoc ; Dy uea sneets.
ueniuo: this :shleld,: which had
Pea"put-"jup by the president and
Mr ooiiuge, ' assisted by two
depufy iiieHffs on duty here; 'the
Dhfere4WlhTolTing nearly a half
.; p CCPADC OAtivnti
L "E CANYOpI
1 i '& -
I V11 Newman -boy - as
I chauffeur and .the Newman
Chevfplet and headed north.
1 Tnree iew nfles-and to re-
were carried Jn a sack.
According to.the repot t.the
1 three convicts- exhibited . bad
burtW Handi fim sliding
nht. !;MuiTay ha3 a wound
inne arjn and his side is fill
ed Kit' budfshotvl One pf the
other Convicts is
said to be
fThe;, convicts spent a quiet
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S-f ' ' ,., ii 'f'N
r The'S. Si Orduna is being prepared for use as an "Aroundl the
World. College" It will sail from New .York in September under
tb sponsorship of New York University " for a 240 -day cruise.;
Classes will be held on board for the 450 students, and the work'
done mil count, as a part of their regular college course. Dean
'James E. Lough (above) of N. Y U.,"is director of the experiment
with a college belt, borrowed
from the Newman family .The
trio, bad a "good time," Mr.
Newman ported to Warden
fialryinple. 'X " " 1 "'
The disappearance, of four men
from Monitor, ' a few miles north
of Silverton. late Sunday night
remains an unsolved . mystery at
rnidnight last night and it is , be
lieved that, the men have met with
foul play at the hands of the three
escaped convicts. ' All four men
are " responsible parties " have
steady - jobs and one was' ready to
start threshing today. . The "miss
ing menv are Leo .Wilde, .24, Loel
Lichte, 2$, Otto Lucht, 34, and
Lawrence Jacobs, 34, whose car is
also missing.-' ;r1 .;' " 7-.!
Sunday night the men were at
the Dave Swanson combination
confectionery and pool room. " The
bwner was leaving for Portland
early Monday morning find asked
them to lock the door as all were
known to him. Wilde was heard
to park his automobile about mid
night by J. P. Jenson,, garage pro
prietor,, who Is sleeping in his es
tablishment while the convicts are
at large; The four men were play
Ing, cards when: Omar Hastie left
about 1 o'clock and the next .re
port is that the place was dark at
2:30 o'clock Monday morning.j A
car with very .'dim lights, charac
teristic of the Jacobs machine was
reported going across' the -Butte
Creek bridge during the night. It
is a 1918 model 1 Mitchell. ; i
I Automobiles belonging to two
of the men -were found parked fh
the street yesterday morning, one
a Ford coupe with all the gasoline
drained from the .tank and .' the
otber'a Dodge touring; The "Wilde
machine, placed ln a small garage
by the' owner, was found in the
street with a crank In the engine
and the key turned the wrong way
Indicating that an effort had been
made to move It without using the
starter. - "' "-- - .
Pflends and "brothers of the
four men spent the entire day
combing the vaa$ network of coun
ty Toads leading'; In all 'directions
DlLLT o.UfiULc v; n. v . ,;. t, . i - : -. ; . .. ' ( r ;.. -i.i-.... ;.r :. . -
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DOROTHY DAKNIt ; ;- " :'-7'': ;'; 77?'; ' 7'-,; : :'7V:--: -7- '7 ' : ' ' - ByChsrialMI
I WHATS THE MATTER . QlgTHtV - V V I I HOWS I THE STOCK BaoKeS-ir I , ; 1,- -.-.u ) ll : -.- -
ITaPTOjTS-rJ.: cB.T.AHYmQ?l T tSvt? ggT'T -e.Sy :. w O.OVoUJ2t . ' ,' f VIAKEM
K-r?rM hao. rtK-f- JCou.Tipig:JS-- .V22!2U O'XliU 1 Simp V . ..
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Dense ferns extend to the side of
the roads and in several places
wooden bridges span deep gorges
Into which the bodies of the men
might have been dropped, leaving
no trace. Deputy Warden J. W.
Lillie, after careful' investigation,
believes that the missing automo
bile was driven to the Pacific high
way. at Canby ,bntx here rthe- trail
ends." ; - -- -. .- -. ..,
An inventory of "the "store re
veals that' nearly two dozen caps
of sardines, several cans of pork
and beans, deviled 'ham.,, a 'Quan
tity of portions of bread loaves
and several packages of crackers
are missing, j ' ,;. " ,'.A7"
Had the men disappeared Sat-
urday night their fellow-townsmen
say, it would not have caused com-4
ment but their descriptions, hate
been broadcast and shortly before
midnight no. word - had ' been re
ceived from them. . Jacobs had
completed - preparations . ' for ' the
harvest of his grain and had his
thresher in. readiness 'for work Oh
Monday morning.- All of the men-
bear excellent reputations ' In; the
community and are unmarried
ZOO FIGHT PROVES FATAL
BABY 5IONKEY NE.R DEATH;
TWO FLAMINGOES KILLED
WASHINGTON.. Aug. 17-,-lBy
the Associated Press. 1 A . ' baby
monkey, center of interest at the
national zoo - for some weeks Is
dying and two flamingoes are
dead as. the result of two battles..
H iinessea oy suuay visitors.,
The monkey suffered a broken
back when its-father leaped upon
it as the youngster was reaching
for a peanut. The mother fought
off her mate until the arrival-ot
keepers,: who placed the baby 4n
the .zoo hospital.. ",
The flamingoes, bright lined
birds from north Africa, were at
tacked by a. black swap', said to
be a natural coward, and were so
beaten that-they were killed by
the keepers. A third ' flamingo"
was rescued. ,7. ...... . .
rSATERXalt ORDER ZA.0LB8. bm
lit wi Ird W4. W. O. w. UlH B. M.
W11)tt. 8y. Tel. 1!I9-R.
OJT10H XOSTXJt .
TTPOGRAPHICAIr HO. 10 8ECOND
president; Boy 8. BlodfetV tKtrj.
CARPESTER'S tJXIOH - KO. 1065
Uet Tbvrs. trcinnfm. Artnar TcK
" r. -Prwidmt;- Wa. PrttiJ,- eeTetrr.
Skilled mpfhtwice fnrainhM. Phor 178.
ALIENIST' JAKES STAND
ELLIXaSOX GIRL IS DECLARED
f ; "MORALLY OBTUSE"
' SAN FRANCISCO, 1 Aug. 17.
(By Associated Press)--Dr. E. W.
TwiteheU, alienist, testifying in
rebuttal for the. prosecution in the
Dorothy Elllngson m murder - trial
here,' declared today! thil the 1:
year-old suspected matricide never1
had any real love affairs and was,
"morally obtuse.' ; i- V. . . '.
Dr. Twitchell explained that the
"young Jaw girl"; went with .boys
but 'had suffered no real, affairs
of the heart. . r . j ' ,
'. The Elllngson ' girl, charged
with the murder of .her mother
here last : January was - declared
sane by Dr. Twitchell. who was
the first witness called, in rebuttal
by the prosecution after, the de
fense closed . its case. '
Half of the spectators in the
erewded courtroom were ordered
from the room by Superior Judge
Louderback. when they burst into
laughter during the testimony of
Dave Stein, host at a party attend
ed by Dorothy the night after Mrs.
Elllngson's murder, :
When questioned regarding de
tails of the party. Stein, a defease
witness, testified he remembered
little about the affair as he "had
been drunk for six -inonths."
The, remark drew such an out
burst of laughter that' the judge
ordered half of the spectators from
the' room. "This is not an enter
tainment,' but a murder trial," de
clared "Judge Louderback. '
UNCHARTED NORTH NOW
CONQUERED BY AIRPLANE
t Continued from page 1) .
wait for NA-1, which went on
alone at 5 a. m.. to investigate on
Cannon. Fjord at altitude of 5,000
feet. . m'': -. '
ciearea mountains snown on
regions of Grinnel Land (north
west 'sectionof Ellesmere Island)'
"Found high uncharted moun
tains entirely. " Saw many square
miles never seen before by man,
covered with snow. There was' an
uncharted lake frozen over. .-The
Jaggedness,' Irregularity and many
deep valleys presented "a ' magni
tlcent but awful spectacle. ;The
air was roughest ever experienced
by us. .v'.;-;-'f .-V"
1 1 . .tl...,.I..J-.,t.l, lr
that were completely covered with
clouds'. " Made - 'effbrtV'to ' get
through but it was impossible
Returned to Sawyer Bay, reaching
there at 6:30 and planes deposit
ed 100 gallons was 'and five gal
Ions of oil and some pemmlcan.
i ,;"KA-3 and NA-i surted re
turn trip and 7:50 p. m. ran into
50 'mile gale over sound (Smith
sound oft Etah) and reached the
ship at 8:30. Had difficulty tie
ins' aP the ship because of rough
water. Has been blowing gale all
day ami' snowed from .9 to 10
j' Calculating machines by which
complicated mathematical prob-
lems can be solved .have been In
vented by two men--one In Bos
tqn,"nd the other at Princeton
Cottage Grove New 1,000.000
eallon water reservoir- will cost
city $18,t06. ; . ' .. .
Dftily er Bandar
S aaata pr wiri
S MaAa pt vrd
Oa naath. 4ailv ui
8aaay ; .. 10 a U p ward
la ar4ar t ar ta aaara taaa a
UaM rata, adrartiaaaiaat ataat rua im
MaactiT iMaaa. . . .. . ...,.
Na A4. Ua for laaa tltaa tS aaata.
.Ait. ni 8ud; CHJJC aaartaA 4
aM-tiaa rata. ,
l ' T 1 ! . .
4TrtiaaBta t '(aseapt ParaaaaU
ad BlVaaUoBCWsaMd) will b takas
ar Jha taUpboQa.U adrartiaar li.
aabacrfbar to jitn( '' ' v 1
Ta gtataaaiak rH' atalra adrar
klMBMaU at MF-4iaM f tb.ar ar
atsht, Tff iaeara rvpar cUtaitiear t
uoaa HbiiHU sa ta aaivra. l p. m.
TEJXPH05X 31 ar 88
Money io Loan
O" Beal KUta .
T." K. fOBD
(Orar Ladd aTBaah Bask)
BXFORX YOU LEAY1 TOTJB E0tX
OS OAK. ilAVa IT .
Phoaa 161. . Baak Saadricka, U. 8.
Bank Bide. 4 SS tl
WE WRECK EM
Parts for, all emra. - Wa tail for laaa.
Oat out tric trailer.' Salan Aato
Wracklal Co 101 S.-Ckrck treat.
Pm S1S. J' - la4l
8CHEE1.IR-AFTO WBECRUtflr CO, wiU
euy-yaor td ear iitf aaas na
Ti(i. 10S5 S.rWrn-rtH,! Pt. ljlStf
SIX SPANISH KILLED
MADRID. Aug. 17: (By
Associated, press.) A war-office
communication issued this evening
says that six Spaniards, Including
an officer ' were killed and, six.
wounded in a hard battle with 200
rebels yesterday. The rebels were
protecting an enemy convoy be
tween Regis and the international
bordr."." Th Spaniards took" 15
prisoners.- The rebels left five of
their dead behind.
The government of Poland has
adopted a program for the con
struction of 25,000 miles of roads
within' the next 15 years, princi
pally in the eastern districts of the
country. .. . ; " "
Japanese officials are consider
ing replacing the Tokyo telephone
system with 'ad automatic one as
more convenient to foreigners and
more economical.' " '
The chap wn'o' ts baf d boiled re
garding accident prevention work
is only half baked, declares the
National Safety council. " j
- SATaF.M". MARKETS
1 wbita -J
1 red, aacked
pork; xuttoh asd beet'
Top koga v.. -. .19
Sowa i $9.30 Q 10.5O
'Draaaed bga , .19
Tap i tears ' .OS
cewa 83.50 a 5.00
Spring lamba. 80 Iba aad mader 9e9H
1raaard real ,
Light baaa .
Heavy beaa '.
EGOS. SX7TTEB AJTD XXTTTEXTAT
Botterfat. . .51
SuadazdB , .
.50 S 53
Hilk, per awt.
GENERAL. BXPAIRIKO. TIBK3 AND
tabaa, acrcacoriea. iraa aaa tiL.-lIKJ-LER
LE BEX GOOD OARAGE. Paoaa
54. Miliar aad 8. Commertial EU.
Wa spaeialiaa Is racoaditioalac atatara.
BEE US POR TOP AXD PAIXT WORX.
O. J. Hail Aat Toy Paial Bbap.
Baar fira dapartajkaat. - C-lStl
- - HOP PICXEE3 WAXTED
Par ta at eit yaroa. Uta If Itaaa
Kaaeb mt ladepaadaa. 117 acraa,
and Ua CarUa Btk, MW Taibt ita
tiM,S0 aeraa. Caaal aeoamaMda
tiaaa farnithad. Tarda la axcailat
MV Pickiay will bar a bant 8ep
tn&tvar lat. Raciater aaw at Goorr
Watara cirar atara, - ar - Darbia -a
Carsjoyar, Bas 62, a Tar Paaaar'a atora.
- - ??5tf
HOP PICKERS WAITED. WE PUR-
- . iusb wood.- watr aal teat, rtcktag
- at SIjOO for 100 tba. Laa Hiag Hap
, yard. Roata S. Bas OS. 8Um. Or.
ihk Btilaa sortb at 8alM. v 9al9
noppiebiag at tba Williajas yard
naar EoU will commtnea aboat
SapUaibar lit.- -- Sa31
HELP WANTED Male 11
WANTED SIX MEK TO WORK Ut tr
plant.! ExperiMira ' - prei arred. SIS
Caster 8tre4.- Pbooa 39. ' llalO
WANTED EXPERIEXCF.D TIRE MAS
and valaaiirr to work- at rebuilding
tire. Z13 Ceatcr St. rbona 398.
THE - W ATKINS PRODUCTS ir CO
aeada battler .lor' part .MarioaCo
.WANTED Employment 10
CITT AS D COCXTX -WOOD 8AWIXO.
. Pboaa 1091. riaaxi
rOB GARDES PLOWIVO, BASKMIXT
eixztac sac laaia vara, paama lars
PO 15 RENT
FOB RENT STOREROOM ' OJC
traei. j aqaira- -HoteH Argo.
PBISTED CARDS. 8IZE 14" BY. TJ4
wordiag "For Beat." yriea 19 eaata
aacb. Stataamaa ilutiaaa' Otfica, aa
groaad' floor. ; -'
FOR RENT-ApartiHenta SS
ONE AXD -TWO-ROOM: PURXISHED
apartment. ,700 Hig. '2Sal3t
vMiaMBBMaaaaBBHawr' i ir amaaawMawai
ATTRACTIVE APABTXESTS. "210 K.
Fourteeetb. . 23atl
FOB BENT APABTatESTS 891 U. Com
wiweial. ' ' ' ' ' S3tl
FOB KENT Rooms : S3
PBISTED CARDS. SIZE 14" BT TH
' wardiaa. v;oom f-Mtmt," priaa 11
. caata aacb. Stataamaa Baa In aaa afflaa,
groaad floor. . . - --
BOO at FOB REST IS MODERN HOME,
tare bloeka. from auto Sanaa. . An
aoaraaiaacaa. OanUama praf arrd
Pleaaa g1a rafareaaaa aad addratt
B, aara Stateamaa. . S5i28a
FOB BEST ROOM SUITABLE POS
, etaaeata, with elaepaia pareh pHviUgaa
Xeerytbiag anaden SUimrtmt are r
. sjairad. ! Addraaa room, aara Stataamaa
F0R RENT Do
6-ROOJl"SrODERN HOUSE.' SOME Pnr
nitara If deaird. laaaire 19S Korta
. ConiiaertiaL Pboao 1849J. I7al8
HOUSE FOB BEST CLOSE
ajr Hotel Axga.
FOB RENT OR LEASE
Trroom ;mdera homo. every thing to
krep -boose with, close to stat a sous,
adjsceat to all acbooU, aeo ma and ar-
raare. . I - .. - .
. 4 room bouse all furnished, area aew
ing machine, 930.00.
Vaeaat hoase for reot, br .
GERTBCDF. 3. M. PACE. Realtor
492 Xorth Oottste Strwt. 27slf
WANTED TO RENT 31
WANTED 'TO RENT 3 Oft r KOM
boaea. Phono- . A.' Kella, Y.M.CM.
. -. - aiata
WANTED ,Aflscellaaeone S3
HIGHEST PRICES PAID POB UBI3
-rtaraa, aaola. In mi tax. Blitf'a Caa4
flaads DapU. apaaaita aaart kmsa
. r . . 5aiS2tt
WOODR-T - THR AOCTTOXIER BCTt -aaad
Xsraltar icr mb Iaaaa 611.
WASTED TO BUT A LIGHT TRAILER.
liarry Scott, 147 8. Cai'L Tat .
CASH PAID POB PALSB TEETH
daatal old, jpiattaaai aad diaeardad.
Javairy. ' Hoka STaalUaf aaa Sf laary
Ca. Ottaga, Atiekicaa. - - - ISjll
WASTED . PRIYATg" IfOSET.POX
farm laaa. Wa bava aararml alTea
tiaaa aa. basd. lUwkia . V barta
laa.. 10$ tVrffl rMrtr. Sdlf
SWEET CORX FOB CAXXIXO. lboaa
SSfit. teniae t , r-i
FOB SALE CHEAP:
farrow iaoa at Creuam
aa Tumar raad.
DIN'IXO ' " ROOM 8 CITE.
Ubia. deak. diahea.
CAKXIXO PEACHKS AT. K. P. ADAVS
Kab,WalUea Raad. Pbaaa lisria
CRAWFOKD "CAXXIXO PEACUER ARK
awrmv l -Towaaaad'-arabard
b!tion Bottom. Phoaa 6F3. 37a23
rOB SALT. TENT,. 14x20. 13-OZ. DCCK.
la good condition. Ala trailar ia
good coaditioa. will axebaaga far
. wood. Pboaa 1829, . 37alS
FOB BALE OLD NEWSPAPERS. TEH
caata a baadla. CiraaiataM dapartmaat
Oragoa Stataamaa. . . 37U
ALTALFA. ORAIX. HAT. TIMOTHT.
oata, barlay aad .wheat, gaaraataed
e.aality. prompt vbipaieat. Price apoa
appliratnoo. Richard Xymaa. Walla
: Valla. Waib. 37a IS
iTreipasf Notites ..: '"
' - For Sale'- -
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priaiad aa goad IS aaaea aaaaaa baav,
iag iba word.- "Kotie It Haraby Glv
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,iaO Tbeaa Praaiaaa Uadar Paaalty
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H. L. Btiff Pnraitara Ca. Cad Goda
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RECEIPT BOOKS SIZE ' S BT IU
50 receipt ferma la book. 15 aaata aaa
. book r two for 23 aaata, Btata
maa.aUiea. SIS Aaatb Commercial St.
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FOR SALE CHEAP TEAM Or"TOCXC
- BeUdaa mare- wt. 2IM. Team - jt
Uieldiag wt. 30O0. . Two gawd, aeta (
'baraetk. Will aell 'Separate, take aay
reaaoaabto offer. 156 . Front Ureet.
i'koB 102L. , 39a20
VETERINARIAN DR. PATTERSON,
Pboao 20J8-W. Bt. S. Bag 39. 89j3tf
FBTD W, LAXGE. VETERINARIAN
Oftloo 430 B. CoaaaaarctaU Pboao 119a
Kee. yboaa 186. 8a13e
WOOD FOB SALE 43
FOB SALE 18T CORDS 2XD GROWTH
fir wood. ' 10 mi lea oat. close to oaeed
'' road; will eoaaider good rant lot 1a
. exchange. Sao .Cbilda a Bechtel. 540
State St. ' . 43Bltf
BEST GRADE OP WOOD
4 ft. aad 16 iaob.
Dry mill wood. .
Oraaa mill wod.
Dry aecoad growth, fir.
Drr' aad M list
Dry 4 ft. ash. mapla aad aasv.
Prampt dalieary sad raaaaaabt pW
aau cvaua vaana. raeaa laaa. 41
19-INCH OLD PTfb SECOND OTtOVrri
oak aad aaa. Pbaaa 19T3. K. D. bf y 1
ald. 41 ileal
GOOD COAL DRT WOOD .
HILLMAS FUEL - CO.
TELEPHONE 155. . d'29'f
H. B. SEAQROVX FURNACE AXD
beet maul shop meted ta est bfill
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BATTLE CREEK SANITABIUSC
methods era aaad ta tba health last!
ato a 238 8. CoUaga 8a. 8. H.
Logan, Pbaaa 2214. - 613
SALEK FUEL a TRANSFER CO, TU
Trade 8k, Salem. Lot aa ttot ye
-.wa weed. eel and transfer, mosisg aad
4ryaga. -lay phoaao 753 aad 18.
Mrnt r"e I8f. , . -4'ittf
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