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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRl5AV, APRIL 18 1902.
Qt D. & D. C. nLATOCTRETTE
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Commercial, Real Kstate and L
Office In Commercial Bank Building
OREGON CITY OREGON
of OREGON CITY
CAPITAL ? 100.000
Transacts a general 'banking business
Makes loans and collections, dltconnts tills
bnyj and sellh domestic and foreign exchange,
and receives deposits subject to check.
Open from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
D. C. LATOrBI'.TTK,
F. J. Mktb
(J N. ORE KN MAN
THE PIONEER EXFRESSMAN
( Multiplied l'i')
Prompt delivery to all pans of the olty
ORKdOX CITY OREGON
J)R. GEO. I10EYE
All work warranted and satisfaction guaranteed
Crowu and Bridge work a specialty
OREGON CITY OREGON
)R. FRANCIS FREEMAN
Bradnate of Northwestern University
School, also of American CSllef e
Dent.il Surgery. Chicago
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY
Silverware and Spectacle
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Bteveni Building, opp.
Bank ( Oregon City
QEO. T. HOWARD
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
At Red Front, Court Donse Block
JIi C. STRICKLAND, M. D.
(Hospital and Private Experience)
Ipeolal attention paid to Catarrh and Chronlt
Office hours: 10 tOU, a. m.; 4 to t,p. m.
OREGON CITY OREGON
0. SCHUKBW, W. S. U'REN
JJREN A SCHUEBEL
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
SDtutf&tt Slbsolat ,
Will praotloe in all courts, make collections
and Settlements of estates, furnish abstracts of
title, loud you monev and Itmil your money
Brat mortgage. Office in Enterprise building.
Q W. EASTHAM
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Land Titlos Examined, Abstracts Made, Deeds,
Mortgages, Etc. drawn, Money Loaned.
Office over Bank of Oregon City.
OREGON CITY, - OREGON
ROBERT A. MILLER CAUL HABERLACH
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Will practice In all Courts of the Slate
Wclnhard Building, Opposite Court House
OREGON,, OUT, OUICGON
W. H. YOUNG'S
Livery & fed Stabli
Finest Turnouts in City
OHEGON CJTY. OREGON
S. J. YAUGHAN'S
Livery,-Feed and Sale Stables
Nearly opposite Suspension bridge
First-Class Rigs of All Kinds
OREGON CITY, OREGON
Bert possible to build .
No wagou Is or can be better than a Mitchell,
heeausp the cream of wood stock is uied. only af
er being tborou rhl) seasoned. The wagon Is well
Ironed, well painted, well proportioned, and runs
the IlKhest or any
11 1 nearly 70 years since the first Mitchell wag,
nn nu built, and thev have been built eontlnu-
inlv ever since bv the Mitchells. When you buy
a Mitchell you get the benefit of this 70 years' ex.
Mitchell. Lewis & Staver Co.
First and Taylor Sts.,
uth. Ihi Hind You HatiAlwirtBfll
Afo Rind You Hart Always I
V;. ,N$' s4
'W I V- lt' V v-v n Krs
Thai Gold spoon.
There are some men who seem to be
favorites of fortune. They are lndus
trious, cheerful workers, full to over
flowing of the energy of splendid health,
and success seems fairly to drop into
their hands. It is 01 sucn as tnese war.
the less hardy
and less success
ful man says
was born with a
gold spoon in
And vet on
analysis it will
Uc 1UUIIU IUUI
this success is
largely due to
splendid health, the endowment of a
Dr. 1'ierce s Favorite Prescription elves
the mother health to give her child. It
cures nervousness, nausea and sleepless
ness. It makes the body comfortable and
the mind content. It gives physical
vigor and muscular elasticity so that the
baby s advent is practically painless.
I will endeavor to tell vou of the many
benefits I have derived from taking Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription." writes Mrs. B. E. Robert
son, of Medicine Lodge. Barber Co., Kans. "In
the fall ot iHqo 1 was expecting to Decome a
mother arid suffered terribly with pains in the
back of head ; in fact I ached all over. Suffered
with awful bearing-down pains; I was threat
ened for weeks with mishap. A lady friend
told me to use Dr. Pierce's medicines. She had
taken them and felt like a new woman. I began
using the ' Favorite Prescriptiou ' and took four
pottles Deiore my oaoy came ana two aucr
wardi. I suffered almost death with mj other
two children, but hardly realiaed that I was
aick when this baby was born and she weighed
twelve and one-quarter pouuas. ae is now
eleven months old and has never known an
hour's sickueas ; at present she weighs thirty
seven ponnda. I owe it all to Dr. Fierae'a
"Favorite Prescription " makes weak
women strong, and -sick women well.
Accept no substitute for the medicine
which works wonders for weak women.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellet are the
most desirable laxative for delicate
On Wednesday. April 9th. Clackamas Plntrlct
Pomona held Its nnarterlv ffatherinsr with Os
wcko urange jno. j o i ne meeting was noi aioue
eminently successful as to attendance, but it was
also InsDlr nfif. The liosDltanty ol me C oa peo-
nle of Onweeo was In itaeif an Inspiration to their
auesis. une nunoreu aim Beveiiu-nve sal uuwii
to dinner and 2 I to supper. The master of the
lite Eranee. B C. Leedv. Mrs. Howard, secretary
of the s'lte uranere. State Deputies J Clem and J
HCastoand diners prominent in me order were
present. Through the effoitsof the ladies of Oe-
weuo eianice. every one was luriiiniieu wiui it ihk
bearing his nam, which was pinned on the coat
lappcl or the front of the dress, so that virtually
every brother and sister was introduced to every
Alter dinner Chplaln Eaton, the poet lau
reate of Oswego Grange, read a long reminiscent
poem, containing many historical points of un
common Imi'jrt. which was listened to with
great interest To this succeeded remarks by Dr.
C'asto, Mr Leedy, Mrs Howard, Chaplain Eaton,
who related deeds of kindness done by the late
Brother Shipley, whose portrait nuug on the wall
behind him; by J Clem and Slater Kelly, one of
the old tried and true members of Evening Star
Grange, Multnomah ; by A F Miller, who talked
on grange Are aud life Insurance. State Master
Ltedy delivered a pithy address on the secret work
ol tne order ana also auuaea to nwpieasant, ex
periences at the session of the national grange.
The committee an reselullons, Messrs Custo,
Kitwood aud Davidson, reported the following:
Resolved, That it Is the sense of this meeting
that the 8ecretrry and master of this Pomona
Gramretlgu the following resolution and for
ward the same to the members of both houses of
congr-es from Oregon; '
lit. That they use all their power to defeat
and kill the ship-subsidy bill In the house.
lid. That they do nil In their power to secure
the passage of the Orosvenor Bill, providing for
labfllng all goods oontaing shoddy or cotton
adulterant, as they actiully are.
8d. We earnestly ask thorn to support the
measures presented by Pavne and Moutellanon
the tloor of congress, April 8th, in regard to con
cessions to aud reciprocity with Cuba.
It Is the general fesling among Grange workers
that theOregon State Bulletin is a great good to our
order, therefore be it
Resolved. That this body Instruct the state dele
gates to vo te lor a coiilinuatoe of this paper. It
Is also urg ed lhat each member present do all in
their power to further the work.
ReBolved.That Clackamas County District Po
mona vote tli at each meeting for the purpose of
defraying the expenses incurred bv entertaining
Pomona to be paid to the entertaining grange.
Whereas, The state fair Is to an extent under
the control of farmers and should eventually be
come more so, and
Whereas, The farmers are rapidly alllliating
with tlie Patrons ol Husbandry, we can hope-
fully luok toward to the tlme.if not already time,
mat tne state grange take action looking towards
the securing of sui'ihle headquarters on the fuir
grounds for the accommodation of Its members '
and visl' tin during the state fair, theretore
Resolved. Bv the Clackamas County Pomona
Grange In regular session assembled with Oswego
Grange No 175, Apiil Uth, 1' ii, to Instruct Its dele
gates l:i the stute giange to be held at Salem, May
line, to bring tne mutter ol securing iieaunuar-
lera on the fair grounds for the accommodation of
tUe order dining fair week.
When as. The farmers nave long needed a pub
lic market place ill the city of Portland, and
Whereas, Multnomah Ulstrict Pomona Grange
have taken steps looking to the securing of such
market place, and to tnat enii nave appointed a
committee to Investigate the mutter and urge such
measures ill the behalf of the grange and farmers
as may ne uecessary aud proper to accoiuuun
such object, aud
Whereas, we. as a (trance, are in sympathy with
this movement aud feel that we should individu
ally and hi a body encourage aud assist this long
It'll want. Now, uierereioro,ue It
Resolved, By Clackamas County Pomona Grange
that we sustain aud support said Multnomah
DlHtrict Pomona Grange aud her said committee
In all proper and nece ary measures fjr the ac
complishment of this nuMt worthy object, aud be
Resolved, That we urge our subordinate granges
to ah i lend their support and co-operation In
J J Jnhnaon, an attorney, member of Evening
star, delivered a short speech on the market ques
tion. These resolutions were adopted as read. 1
MtssrsA M Kirchem.Lazelle and ti R Miller dis-
cursed the topic In the Grange Bulletin iu regard
to the value and use of luunuro.
It was resolved lhat Pomona Grange meet with
ileutral Grange in Julv.
'1 hirty-tive candidates were Introduced to the
couri ol roinona. votiug Brother sellwood Held
the goat by the horns while the candidates In
sueet'sBiou mil 'l tu uoiu uioir sent vu tne uui'
By a using vote thanks wore extended to Os
wego Grange for its hospitality.
The tesslod olosed audapubllo entertalnmeul
followed, the programme being:
Rec nation, "The W ay to Pray," Paul Dicklusou
Recitation, "kducation" a M Klrcbem.
Bong, "Fly Away, Hove," Brother llryant.
Recitation, "U Takes a Mail to be Brave, "Georgia
Sermon, "The flood and the Ark," G 3 Work
man. He was fixed up as a darkey parson, and
Introduced by Mrs Florence P-iekiiisou.
Instrumental nolo, Brother beilwood.
Recitation, Mrs tora Miller.
Reading, Brother Borland.
lieeltatiou, Utility or Not," Miss Helen
Solo, "Believe," Miss Ethel Holm.
Recitation. Mm hiving ,
Solo, Miss Kiugery.
Reeitaiiou, Miss Anna Holm.
"Ksau Ruekand Ills Buck and Sawbuck." Kn
cored, G K Miller,
The dance that came after continued past
The III Wind
that blows nobody good is bent on er
rand of mittchirf in the fall and winter.
It produces that most dangerous of com
mon complaints a bad cold. Your cold
will not become bronchitis, nor con
sumption if vou make timely use of Al-
le.rs Luug Balsam. Take it frequently
uutil the cough and the Btopped-up feel-
iaik iu hue Liicob ai r kuuo, uuuin ilia uu
opium and will not disturb digestion.
I SOCIALIST COLUMN.
Governor, R. K. Ryan, of Marion
Secretary of State, O. W. Barzee, of
State Treasurer, W. W. Myer, of
Justice of the Supreme Court, C. P.
Rutherford, of Harney county.
Congressman, B. F. Ramp of Roseburg
8tte Senator Fred J. Meindl, of Ab
ernethy. Representatives Robert Ginther, of
Beaver Creek precinct ; A. J. Maville,
of Caneniah; Walter F. Pruden, ui
County Commissioner George La
zelle, of Caneniah.
County Judge Charles E. Spence, ol
Mieriff D. M. Klemson, of Cane-
ClerkGilbert H. Robbins, of Killin.
Recnrder of Conveyances Franz
Kraxbereer. of Macksburg.
Assessor William Beard, of. Maple
Treasurer N. W. Richards, oi Maple
Coroner Dr. W. F. Pruden, of
Abernethy, J. S. Mayfleld.
Beaver Creek, WeBley Hill.
Canemah, Thomas Lindsay.
Maple Lane, G. F. Gibbs.
Needy, Carl Hlton.
New Era, Joseph Reif.
Macksburg, Ed Morris.
JUSTICES AND CONSTABLES.
Barlow and Mackburg: Justice, R. R,
Bratton, Barlow j constable, F. M,
New Era and Oanby : Justice, Elmer
Veteto; constable, F. Kelland.
Three Orecon City precincts, Aber
nethy, Caneniah, Maple Lane and West
Uregon City : Justice, J. w. urotu.
1. All officers shall be put on a flat
2. Reduction of passenger and freight
3. We favor precinct assessors, each
precinct to elect their own assessor.
4. We reaffirm the principles of the
national socialist platform,
Chairman, J, W. Grout.
Secretary, Thomas Lindsay,
Treasurer, Charles Moran.
To The Public.
From my last it might occur to some
that we were in favor of the saloon and
the gambling houses. Not so. brother;
this iB one ol my very reasons for op
posing the competitive system. For a
moment: Did not the ministry and good
citizens of Portland about a year ago
get to the front and close up most of the
vile dens . of that city, and will you
pleaBe t ell me how long they remained
closed? At the last primary election,
March. 1902. thev wer more in evidence
than ever before. The delegates that
were elected at that time have put up a
ticket, both State, County, for you, good
brethern. to' vote for and nine tenths of
you will gulp it down and call it a sweet
morsel. Now how can a republican,
democrat op citizen nominated by such
delegates, when be has. to compete in
order to get votes and not cater , to that
element7 When you see men running
well ahead in certain places, you may
know at least be has divided that vote
with his competitor.
Now as to brother Ryan some may
think 1 bave an enmity. Not so. I
think just as much of him personally
as I do of Mr. Dimick. We were com
pellfd to use names to bring out the
futility of the competitive system. Un
der government ownership or state
ownership, let us see what would become
ol the saloon, iou can buy a two-cent
postage stamp f r two cents. Now cant
you buy 1000 stamps for 2 cents each?
Now if whisky or beer is two cents a
quart could you not buy 1000 quarts for
2 cents per quart? Now where is the
saloon-keeper that would undertake to
speculate or compete witn the govern
ment any more than a merchant would
try to compete selling postage Btamps?
This would brirgthe sale of all spiritous
liquors in one building at Uregon uay,
run by the stale or government and
sold at cost, there being no profit. Any
law as to the regulation ol the sale would
be Btrickly obeyed.
JNow here is a doctrine that w can all
agree on, churches, merchants ana an,
even the gambler and the saloon-keepi'rv
when we otter him a better chance ior
life, under the co-operative common
wealth. The church, gambler and
the saloon have . been factors in ther
educational work for the betterment of
mankind. The churches have taught
the divinity of Christ : the gambler and .
saloon have taught vice and crime through
the competitive system ; and may uoil
bless them all, for the brotherhood of
man is bound to come when we can all
march under the same banner, with the
golden rule for our motto ; then aud not
until then will the Lord s prayer be
fulfilled, "Thy kingdom come." As to
the resolutions in last week's iBsue, both
are republican. The laud plank was
adopted in the 18o2 convention, held in
Pittsburg, presided over by Hon. Henry
W'ilBon. if yon will read number 332 ot
Appeal to Reason article headed, "A
scrap from the forgotten past of the
credit inobelier," you will Bee how
well they have sept their pledge; also
the financial rlank was one of very re
cent date in Oregon platforms; seems to
be made by most parties to get in on.
W. W. Myers.
A VALUABLE MEDICINE.
For Coughs and Colds In Children.
"I have not the slightest hesitancy in
recommending Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy to all who are suffering from
coughs or colds," says CharleB M. Cra
mer, Esq., a vrell known watch maker,
of Colooioo, Ceylon. "It has been some
two years since the city dispensary first
called my attention to this valuable
medicine aud I have repeatedly used it
and it has alwrya been beneficial. It
has cured me quickly tif all chest colds.
It iB especially effective for children and
Be'dom takes mo.-e than one bottle to
cure them ol hoarseness. I have per
suaded many to try this valuable medi
cine, and they are as well pleased as m
self over the results. tot sale by
Foley' Honey and Tar contains no
opiates, and will not constipate like
nearly all other cough medicines Re
fuse substitutes. Cbarman & Co.
. Not what is said of it, but
Ii what it does, has made
fi and made 10,000,000 Elgin s neces-
t'X sary to the world's work. Sold by
j every jeweler in the land; guar-
M anteed by the greatest watch works.
I j ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO.
A llemarhable Cure.
Parkplace, Or., March 24, 190-J.
Editor Journal :
Learning that quite a number of the
readers of your paper have madB inqniry
regarding the unexpected return to
health of the writer, I decided to send
you a statement for publication if you so
desire, so that all my friends up there
When I left Gilliam county last Au
gust, it was well known that I only went,
way to try to secure a few weeks of
comparative eaBe, and then the end.
The medical doctors, wise, skillful and
determined, had fought the battle for
me bravely and persistently, and kept
me alive through many a dangerous cri
sis, but they could do no more.
In sheer desperation, neoauBe ne Knew
nf nothino- else to do.mv husband sought
the new school of physicians known
osteopatns. Ttiey are not vet r' cngniz"u j
and Drotected in Oiegon. though neven
teen states have recognized tliem. and
Oregon will doubtless soon dn so These
men are gradnales nt the original school
of osteopathy, in Kirksville, Mo , und
they said, after tenihy-ol vxpenmemai
treatment, that they would take the
Three months' steady treatment every
alternate day left me in better health
than for five ye rs. This without a
single dose of medieine of any descrip
tion Then the treatme nt was discon
tinued, and I have continued to improve
steadily ever since, notwithstanding the I
weather is hna has oeen as nniuvoranie
as weather could be. At present I am in
as good health as the average woman,
and can and do walk from thiee to five
miles in a day without injury,
All honor to the medi. al men whose
skill and kindness and self sacrifice make
them one of the noblest armies on God's
footstool, but can you blame me, Mr.
Editor, for wishing to say a good word
for the pioneers of this new branch of
the healing art?
Very truly yours,
Emma B. French.
The above letter was published in the
Journal of Fossil, where Mrs. French
formerly lived. The cure was effected
by the Drs. Christie & Love, the Oregon
Good for Rheumatism .
Last fall I was taken with a very se
vere attack of mucu)ar rheumatism
which caused me great pain and annoy
ance. After trying several prescriptions
and rheumatic cures, I decided to use
Chamberlain's Pain Balm, which I had
seen advertised in the South Jerseyman.
A'ter two applications of this Remedy I
was much better, and after using one
bottle, was completely cured. Sallie
Harris, Salem, N. J. For sale by G. A.
P . C tC O. By. Co.
25c is the regular Sunday
round trip rale between Oregon
City and Portland. Get jour tickeis at
Harding's drug store "
Yatt Know YVIiut Vou Are Taking
When yuu take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic because the formula is plainly
printed on every bottle showing that it
is simply Iron and Quniine in a tastelers
form No Cure, No py. 00c.
I had nervous indigeslfon and a
general derangement of the entire
system. It had been a continual
torture for 12 years. My blood be
came very poor and at limes my
toe and finger nails would be dis
easud. After eating 1 wotild sit in
a chair and put my feet on some
thing to keep them from bv tiling,
and at times would lake off my
shoes for the misery I had. When
ever I experience anything to re
mind me of pat aches Icannot be
too elated to tell what RtpansTab
ules have done for mc. I still take
one now and then, becunsi I know
how bad I have been. They were
just what I needed.
The Five-Cent parket Is enough for an or
dinary ocftsslon. The lamily bottle, 60
ci'iiH, contain! a supply for a year.
Yon enii make your har
ness HA BOft U gloV
ami as touyh Hswlre ly
usint? El K ERA l-.or-nom
OF1. You can
lengthen Us life make it
tattt uvUe tta long t it
; make m poor look 'nr bar
fiesa like new. Mule of
' pure, heavy bod let 1 oil, es
pecially prepuml to wiUft
uui4 the weainer.
la cane all au
Midi tj STANDARD OIL CO.
THE MORN1NQ TUB
cannot be enjoyed in a basin of limited
caDHCitv nor where the water buppIv and
temperature is uncertain by reasfm of
aeiecrtve pinniuinu or ut'Hiing apparann
To have both put in thorough working
order will not. prove expensive if the
work is done by
F. C. GADKE
and Tin Shop
JOBBING- AND REPAIRING
a Specia v
Op osit Caufleld Blot k OREGON CITY
Second-Ham! & Junk Store
Highest Prices Paid for Second-Hand
Goods, Hides, Junks, ruetais of all
Second-Hand Qoods Bought and;Sold
Goldstone, Sngarman & Co.
Now is the time to buy your
wall paper and Murrow, the paper
hanger, will sell it to you cheapc
han you can buy it in Portland
Drop a card in the postoffice and
have sample-book brought to your
house, or telephone Lly Bros, store
J. MURROW, Oregon City
Guaranteed to be the best Sulky Plow
in the world. This is a broad statement,
but we stand ready to prove it in the field
with any plow ma4B-
FSend for Special Catalogue.
Mi'chell, Lewis & Staver Co
E. E. G. SEOL
Will give you a ,
Bargain in Wall Paper
Wall Tinting and In
General House Painting
Taint Shop near Depot Hotel
The largest sum ever paid for a pre'
scription, changed hands in ban Iran
ciseo. Aui. 30,1901. The transfer in
volved in coin and stock Jl 1,500.00 and
was paid by a party ol business men for
a speeinc lor Biigin s Disease ana uia'
betes, hitherto incurable diseases
They commenced the series investi
gation of the specific Nov, 15, 1900.
Thev inte. viewed scores of the cured
and tried it ont on its merits by putting
over three dozen cases on the treatment
and watahing tbem. They also got phy
sicians to came chronic, incurable cases,
and administered it with the physicians
for indires Vp to Aug. 25, eighty-seven
per cent of the test cases were either
wed or proeressitis: favorably.
There being but thirteen per cent of
failures, the parties were satisfied and
closed the transaction. The proceedings
of the investigating committee and the
clinical reports of the test cases we e
published and will be mailed free on ap
plication. Address jonn J. f uuon
Company. 420 Montgomery St., San
Francisco, Cal. Charm an & Co. are oar
sole agents in Oregon City.
and Union Pacific
The 0. R. & N. Co.
Gives the Choice cf
6:00 p. m.
ST. PAUL and
9:00 a. m.
11:00 p. in.
Ocean Steamers leave . Forilur d eiT
5 Days for
Boats leaves Portland daily' for V ilium-
ette and Columbia River I'olnts. -
Monthly Steamers to China and Japan.
For fall information call on or arldreat neareit
0. K. & N. Ticket Agent, or address ; .
A. L. CRAIG, G, V. A.,
ASTORIA & COLUMBIl
RIVER RAILROAD CO.
TJaroT Fifth and I Sti.,
For Maygers, Rainier,
Clifton, Astoria, War
renton, Flavel, Ham
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9:40 P. M,
Ticket Offlre, 256 Morrlfon st. and Union Depot.
i . j. juayo, ben. rasa. Agt., Astoria, ure.
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Dally Round Trips, except Sunday
Leave Portland 7 A. Jl
Leave Astoria 7 P. M
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Daily Trips Except Sunday
Leave Portland, Mon., Wf d. and rl. . 7 A. M,
Leave The Dalles, Tues., Tbura. and Sat.. 7 A. M.
Leave Portland, Tuea , Thurs. and Sat 7 A. II
Leave Dalles, Mon., Wed. and FrI 7 A. M
landing, Foot Alder Street
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A. J. Taylor Astoria, Ore.
Prather & Hemman. . .Hood Kiver, Ore.
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J. 0. Wyatt Vancouver, Wash.
R.B. Gilhreth Lyle, Wash.
John M. Totton Stevenson, WaBb.
Henry Olmstead Carson, Wash.
E. W. CKICHTON, PORTLAND, ORE.
he Dalles, Portland and Astoria
Strs. Regulator & Dalles City
Daily (except Sunday) between
Touching at .way points on both sides of th
Both of the above steamers have tern re rrl
and are in excellent ahaue for the hi,k ii oil! 00
The Regulator Line will endeavor lo clvells
patrons the beet service passible.
For Comfort, Economy and Pleasure
travel by the steamers of Hie Regulator
The above steamers leave Portland 7a. m.an
Dilles at 8 a. m..and arrive at destination in an n
time for outgoing trains.
roruana umoe, itie Dalles Uffce
Oak St. lock. Court Street.
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Three splendidly epuipped trains
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Through Sleeping and Dining Cars
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The most magnificent scenery in
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Stop overs allowed on all classea of
For cheapest rates and descriptive literature
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' General Agent,
214 Third Street, Portend, Oregon
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