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INVITING OLD AGE.
$OMEOF THE WAYS IN WHICH WOM
EN LOSE THEIR YOUTH.
Mnthrr gtrrt Ttanlr On K4i In Ec
" d ltotioa to th Child
Those Who Claim th Immunltla of A(
Whrn Only In th Midday of Uf.
The oldest woman I evr knew waa 88.
At marring the grace of girlhood pused
forvver from her life. Economy became
Uie god enthroned on every altar of her
home, Rufllc and ribbons were the
insignia of tovity and extravagance,
Dressoe robbed of a yard or two grew
nnsracofully short and narrow. Books
and papers were regarded aa luxuries
not necessitiea. An hoar spout in read
ing left a feeling of guilt for wasted time.
Devotion to "Will and the children"
came to mean self assumed slavery.
Luster left the eye, elasticity the frame.
Through a mistaken sense of duty she
grew unkempt, narrow sonled, repulsive.
It has been said that the true age U what
we look and feel. I have known sweet,
fresh faced women of TO who were
younger than she.
Ia the great middle class of America
the wife too often invites age by concen
trating all ambition in money getting.
To save the wages of servants she de
stroys the joy of life, the buoyancy of
health. Pushing the growing daughter
to the front, she sees lees and lees of
society, dresses with increasing plain
ness and sinks to a household drudge,
elf made and valued at her own esti
mate. Thirty-five has no more right to the
styles and tone of 70 than to those of 17,
Kiprlnint Button Not,
A crop which will produe a booi.
yield of forage and hay opou light soils
is one of the things that we need. The
Michigan station thinks we may have it
in spurry, an annual which they havs
recently boon touting with good romilts.
This ia called a weed iu Great Britain.
but Is a hay and forage crop in Belgium,
France and Russia,
A now exxwlment station will soon be
in active operation on the nonlrrigatod
plains of eastern Colorado at Cheyenne
Wells. This will be the first general ex
periment station ra the semiarid region.
It is claimed at the Illinois station that
a good seed bod for corn is of more im
portance than early planting. Many of
the best com crops of the state have
been harvested from late May planting.
In order to grow the beat oelery, ac
cording to the New York station, one
should apply, In addition to a heavy
dressing of stable manure, a liberal
quantity of potash and phosphorio acid.
Experiments made at the Maaschnaetta
station apiear to have proved that it is
not profitable to feed pigs after they
reach a weight of 10 to 1IX) pounds, ex
cepting perhaps when pork commands
an exceptionally high price. Fed beyond
this weight, the food consumed increutoa
and the percentage of gain in live weight
steadily decreases, so tiiat the daily cost
of food consumed is more than the value
of the daily iucreaso in weight This
fact has since been confirmed by other
At the Ottawa experiment farms it
has been made to appear that sulphate
of copper (Milestone) Is decidedly the
best preventive of smut iu wheat and is
remarkably uniform in its action, and
that a pound to 10 bushels is as effective
twice that amonnt. Agricultural
The appropriation of the one ia m-irmlT
leas ridiculous than the assumption of I bluestone, although neit in value to snl
the other. Far better than the expen- phate of copper, is still not nearlv eotial
tare boarding school is the example of
the mother in imparting to the daughter
the faultless taste of dress, the gentle
repose of manner, the gracious spirit so
admirable in woman. A part of the
money devoted to the education of the
daughter would be well spent in procur
ing to the mother the time for self cul
ture. As the fair, snowy page is not so
useful or beautiful as the one written
with pure, uplifting thought, so the im
mature maiden is less valuable to home
and society than the ripe, cultured wom
an. People of 40 and 50 should not shelve
themselves and claim the immunities of
age. l bey are in the midday of life; the
time for the exercise of knowledge,
power, grace and beauty, for the up
lifting of humanity. These gifts may
be enhanced by dress and manuer. The
influence of the attractive, self respect
tug wife, mother, sister or friend is more
potent for good than that of the one with
neglected person and unlovely mind.
Discontent invites age. Indulging the
nnrest or the dissatisfied is destructive
to looks and temper. In his "Story of a
Country Town" Mr. E. W. Howe says,
"Be contented if it kills you." The ad
vice is not so bad as it looks. Content
ment and stagnation are not necessarily
synonymous. One may be free from
worry while striving for higher planes
or work. Woman should have the cour
age of repose. It is infinitely better than
the morbid conscientiousness that goads
to endless toil. Effective work requires
Judicious mental work may help to
lift one out of the ruts of premature sld
age. Read and think of what you read.
Don't use yonr mind as if it were a
sieve and you were trying to see how
much you could pour through it There
is a belief extant that knowlege, if
gained at all, must be acquired in youth,
fallacious theory! Behold Galilei at
threescore and ten pursuing his studies
with unflagging real, Cato beeinninB
Greek when advanced in years, Ogilby
commencing classical studies when past
60! Gladstone is as much the student
today as when the bloom of youth man
tled his cheek.
Be kind to the feelings and fancies of
youth. If they prove perennial, so much
the better. Don't forbid yourself glad,
recreative thought and action. Don't be
ashamed to make yourself as pretty as
you can. A sensible woman may feel a
thrill of pleasure innocent as a maiden's
when receiving a glance of reipectful
admiration from a manly man. Smile
without affectation, be pleasant without
being silly in short, be young as long as
you can. Alva Rosse in Kate Field's
to it as a preventive of mint
Out r mi Unw Comtcto ana tuna
HEART DISEASE 30 YEARS.
GaD Iiuxd, Ksa, April 8th, lwt
Dr. KO M Mtfcwl Ofc, JTtMaW, lnd.
Onroiaui: I hid been trouble with M,i
case nm th lt an yc ana, and Jibuii!i I
a Ui-alaxl by abi phyalouii and trtp.1 many
twaedloa, 1 traw dUy worn uuul . e0B.
fmvitritio mo CONPIffia Y
LtlTMOUT V MO PC 99 UlCOVIMV,
a. m m ina
y pub mvl M M K IliiUl ! bUn
Hi rreauat difficulty that By Circulation nmJ
c to oonadonsn tla. while In this nu
tlon I rid your ),w mit Coat, and Un
lo imiwn from tin tint, and uo 1 am alii u do
(nod day' work for man 6 ymrtufaK. I giro
Dt Mais- Niw HtT Cunt all tha
ritdlt nr my ruvirY. It laovvrala month almn
I hair lakan any. althotiurt 1 kern a bottle In Ibe
boiiat in cam 1 should nvul It I bar aU tiaoi
you ;Nl vl '.no LlVIR Pllia, ad thinks
nM W ol Umu. . Itui,
oto on a rotrnvi ourntii.
TRY DR. MILES' PILLS, 90 DOSES 25 CTi
For sale by Chariuan & Co.
MRS. J. HARRIS, Prop.
Snnks through the Boofhbay (Me.) Rrjitlrr,
of the benrllclal rviults he hu recelTed frum
a regular use of Aycr'a Pills. He says: " I
was frellng sick aud tired and my stomach
emed all out of order. I tried a numlier
ot remedies, but none seemed to give me
relief nntll I was Induced to try the old relia
ble Ayer'a rills. I hare taken only one
box, but I feel like a new man. I think they
are the most pleasant and May to ukaot
anything I erer used, being ao Snely sugar
coated that even a eliUd wilt take them. I
urge upon all who are In need of a laiatlTe
to try Ayer'a Pills. They will do good."
For all dlaeaaes of tha Stomach, Liver,
and Bowel, take
Pnpand by Dr. J. 0. Ayar k Co, Lowell, Vaaa.
Every Dose Effective
Home cooked meals served intho
bet of fihajH.'. Clean rooms and
bod. Meals 25 cents. Board at
isoti An n..,.ia. A. P. Aaviraomi, l'itirAU
Open all the ysar. Btudents may enter at anytime. CaUlogfr'
A BUSINESS EDUCATION PAYS.
GREAT SPEAR HEAD CONTEST.
EB OIII3W JE3
SAVE THE TAGS.
One Hundred and Seventy-Three Thousand Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars,
In valuable Proaonta to be Clvon Away In Return for
SPEAR HEAD TAGS.
1,1 68 tfm wivpiNci tuns ooi.n watciiks
6,775 KINK IMHOHTRD Fllr WIt OPKI1A IILAHmKM.
ilLACK KNAMKL TIUMMINliM, til'AUA.N Tt Kl
23,100 IMPtmTKP firitMAN lU l KltOltN IIANKI.f;
mi mi Mitt wvv,
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EAST AND SOUTH
TIIK SHASTA 1101
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Call te nlnaliied t Iiiwbm rain It,,
Umwe. AoUi, lira City.
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no ajvorliiuig uu lliem vu
261,030 PRIZCS. AMOUNTING TO $173,250 00
Th ahoro artlrlM will rwi ll.lrlhull K mnnllM. aninn Nrtlra who eliaw MI'KAH
HEAD I'lu TiiInuimi, anil return Iu ua Ui IIS lAlili lko tlisrrlioiu.
Wa will Jltr1but t'JS of thaat prlira In hla ronnljr aa f.illowai
To THE PAIITY apm1ln uathamnm nuiubrr of HI'KAH HEAD ......
lAUiiimm fails canniy w will gita....... 1 imiu nivib
To til FIVE PAKTIKM armllni ua Iha nut crrnloat numhrr f
M KAIl Hr-.A1 fAIIM, wa will lv tueat'li, I UIT.UA I1I.AHM....6 urtllA UUimtji.
To the TWENTY I'ARTIEM annrllns na tha ol rr.t numhrr
IV.t.V." lltAU w will glva to aacb 1 IAt.r .
KMKK .". POCKET KMVEM
To tha ONE HUNDRED PARTIES icn.llnr oi thi nril rl.t
nuimwr 01 rrr.AH nr.Al taiih, wa will alvo 10 cacb I
HULLKD IRUJ WATCH CHAKM TOOTH I'ICK 100 TOOTH TICK
To the ONE HUNDRED PART1KH aomtlns ua th tint iraati-at
LAIIUE HC1XKK IN fcUA'K.N ttJlAJlW ..." 100 riCTCtES.
Total Rombr of Prlara for Ibis Coonly, 930.
CAITION. No Tan will bo tmlrtA wfnr Jnnnnr-r liL Iwi. nnr aflur Taliraarr lit.
ih. rH-n pnraws roriuiinini laca iniiai na marani iinny uu Iamn uf . n.ur, lit
LOUU17, nimim, auu numiitr 111 laniucaco rafKafo,
okkuon city Hoard of tkadk.
Mr(t at Cun 1 1 lloiia on HeoonJ Mondar la
each mnnth. Vlnlinni wiMi-ome.
F. K. bo.NALIWoS. UKo. C. RHOWNRM,
OAVEL LODUK. NO. iii, A O. U. W
Meetaaeonnd anl fnurth MiitiinlavAvMnii. (
Knlnht'at ball. C'aulijr. Vlilllng brother! mal
E K CiLTO!
A R. Shahk
7, uw bum 4. m ... v, 1 - lunin I'Mauv. Ail i ii a uu uocaacaa ui ua, ua
HEAD. KPEAR HEAD pnaacowa mom qiiUII.-a nf Inlrin.lf val llian an othar
Mil liibaiXHI DDMlllonl. It la th awrrtoat. tha li.imhoal (I, rli-liraj. Ml': AH III: til La
alMolutalr, poalilvrl and dlllnllarl illirrinint In flavor from ar ihr I'lua Uiliaora.
A trial will mnvlnco th uniai nhr.ptl.-ail ot Una tui-L It la th lari.i all.ri.f anr aimllar
ahaa and atylaon arth. which pmvaa that It ha raunlil Ilia popular lialn an1 plraara Hi
wjopl. Try It, nl imrtirlpnt In tha rnnttwl fur lirUra. (hat a TIS TAU fa on tfty
lu nut pl of bl'tAK lit AD tou buy. rvnd la III Us uu uiallcr liuw ituall Ui
quantity. Vary alin-rrljr,
THK 1. J. HOIK) COMPANY, Wimnrrown, Onto.
A llt nf th ptvipl nhtalnlnir then prlte lo this county wKI U publlibn la this
paper UutuwlUUily alr February lat, 11.
OOI'T SEND IIT TICS BEFORE JINUIRT 1. 1334.
Salt Lake, Denver
Omaha, Kansas City
Chicago, St Lout
1 DAYS TO
KT. JOHN'S H RANCH, NO. M7. C. K. ol A.
Mrttt every Tiiculny venlli at their ball
corner stum anil lenih Sireein. OreKnu (Jlty.
Matt. Ji-ariN.tiec'jr. T. VV.tliu.iViH, Hr
Cradle Hundred! of Tear Ago.
In manuscripts of the ninth and tenth
centuries w had pictures of cradles
formed of part of a tree trunk dug out,
with holes bored through the sides for
the passage of straps intended to tie the
baby down in his bed. These dug out cra
dles are still common in modern Greece.
When we come to consult the manu
scripts and bas-reliefs of the fifteenth
century, we notice that the cradles are
no longer mere baskets or beds on rock
ers, but little swinging beds suspended
between two pillars, the prototype of the
modern bcrcelonnette. Ilarper's Bazar.
ABSOLUTELY PORE DIJGS
CI A. HARDING.
competent PHARMACISTS employed
Fiae Perftuneries anil Toilet Articles.
Alio t (ull itock of
iP-A-iirsrTS- oils, etc.
Yea, It la Strictly Grammatical.
The following ia quoted from a lead
ing article in the New York Tribune:
"By his death the community loses
rne roremost and the best of American
actors, and one of the greatest trage
dians that havo ever lived."
To settle a dispute, will you kindly
state whether the above is strictly ac
cording to English grammar? New York
An Author' Apology.
A clever story whose hero is a young
rector gjieaks of his removing his "bi
retta" during a protr.-.cted walk. "I
wirntonly put it on his heed," says the
anthor, with a laugh. "1 knew he ought
not to roam the country in that head
gear, but it was so becominij that 1 let
him do it." New York Vimes.
A schoolboy the ether day being told
to describe Jacksonville. Fla., said, "Itis
a great summer resort in winter." New
Tf ork Tribune.
Is one that brings big
A GOOD MEDICINE
Is the one that does
what Is claimed for It.
wilt etire all Diva of the KM
nrya and ("rinary Ordain, Lornti
pation, Madeira, bcaidins; Pains
whrn Urinating, Pain, in the
Hack and I.iiiib.4, Irritation of
the Madder. Hrick Oust beixMitu
aud BriKht'a DiM.-ue.
CURE YOURSELF and
Live a Long Time with
out paying Interest on
your Lease of Life, by
MULTNOMAH LODOK. NO. 1. A. 9 A A M.
Hold lt rexular communication on flnt
ana mird Saturday of each month at 7:30 r. M.
Brethren iuguod Handing are invited to attrtud.
L L. I'OIU'KK, W. M.
T. K. KYAN.Hecretary.
Clackama Chanter No. 2. K. A. M. Hcenl.r
Convocation third Mouday ol the mouth at 7 8-1
U. S. BTKANGE, II. P.
O L 0at, Sec'T.
OKEOON LOIXiE, No. i, I.O. O. T.
Meet every Thursday even... at 7 :.) o'clock
r. M. in the Odd Fellow' Hall. Main atrueU
Memher of the Order are luf lied to aUetial.
OEO C. ELY, N. O.
Thol. Ryan, Beerelary.
oswEiio Louie, no n i. o. o. r
Meet at Odd Fellow'i hall, Oaweno, ry
Saturday evening. Vlltlii brethren mad
welcome. Q. w. I'KOUSER, N. U.
J. ?. Kni.rr. Hec.
FALI.H ENCAMPMENT. No. 4, 1.0 O. F.
Meet firm and third Tuedayof each month,
at Odd Fellow hall. Memher ami vialUug
patriarch, cordially Invited to attend.
i. A. bTKWAKT, W. II HO WE Ma,
Scrlhe. t'blel Patriarch.
WACIIENO TKIHE, NO IS.
Meet Wednesday evening at Armory Hull. VI
lung memher Invited. Cha. Kieu.T,
... ... Bachem.
J. Hazard, C. of K.
WOODMEN OK THE WOULD.
Willamette Fall Camn No. 14H im.i.ta 9,1 mn
4th Wcdni-aday nlirhi In each month In K. ol P.
un. v minim iieiKrioom mane we come.
E. K. Makti.v, Clerk. E. M. Kanh,C. C.
THE POPULAR BOAT.
Is now niakini round trips daily
except WedneHduy bt'twcun
And interniodiato laiiditiKH, con
necting ut Raninicr with
STK. CAURIE - F,
Leaving Ouk Point 4:15 a. in.
Arriving in Portland . . . KJ:.'50 a. in.
Leaving Portlund 1 :.'!() i. m.
Arriving at Oak Point. . ,7Af p. m.
Y nart hMit anlnngton Htnict
S. E. GILBEUT, Agont.
MO I. ALL A GRANGE, No. 40, P. ol II.
Meet at their hall at Wright' Hrldge on the
ecnd Haturday of each month at 10 a. m
Fellow member made welcome.
J ax. Nai.wiN, Mnter.
E H. Cooper. Bee.
8UNKIHE LODOK, NO. 43. A. O. U. W .
Meet every ccond and fourth Saturday of each
month at WII.011 vllle, Oreuon.
Hk.nky Mll.KY M, W.
C. T. TonzK, Kccordcr.
PIO IKON LODOK NO. l:H, A. O. IJ. W.
Meet every Thumdiiy evening at Odd Fellow
hall. Oawego. Vlnllliig hrcthr.n alway wel
"'"' J. C Camimikix
K. Stratm, Recorder M. W.
MOLA LLA 1lD'iK NiTi, A". O. iCW.
Meet flrHtand thinl Haturday ill each month
at school houiio VUltlug inemh.-r made wel
come. T.H.HTIPP.M. W.
1. W. Thoma. Rec. '
FA 1AM CITY LODOK OK A . O I'. W.
Meet every econd and fourth Friday even
ing of each month In A. O l. W. hall 7th ht.
All iiojouruiiig brethren coidlallv Invited to t
I. CAL'FlKI.D, M. W.
Gko Cai.iip, Recorder.
A. O. U W
CLACKAMAS I.ODOK, No. 07,
Meet flrat and third Monday In each month,
at Htralirlil' Hall Vlaltlng hrethern welcome.
C. K. 1'KAHK
WARNER GKANUK, No. 117, P. of II.
Meet fourth Haturday of each month, at their
hall In New Era. C, 0. WUHaum, Master
Mr. May Waldrou. Sec'y
ACHILLES LODGE, NO. 88, K OF P.
Meet every Friday night at the K. of P. hall.
Visiting Knights invited.
Cha. Ar.BRioiiT. Jr., C. C.
J. E. RHObia, K. of K. and S
COLUMBIA HOOK AND LADDER CO.
Meet first Friday of ach month at
Fountain engine house. Cha. Athky, Pres.
C H Pillow, Hec'y. Cha. DiT.r.K, g 'rm
CATARACT HOSE CO. No.
Meets second Tuesday of each month at Cat
aract Engine house. W. H. IIowixl, Pres
O. H. Bkhtow, Hec'y. J. W. O'Connkm,, F ro.
BUTTE CREEK ORANGE, No. Wl, P. of H
urday In each mnnth at 10
Meet at their ball in Maruuam, second Hat-
members always welcome.
1. . JACK.
J, B. WHITE,
MEADE POST, No 2.0 A. R DEPARTMENT
Meet first Monday of each month, at K of
P. Hall, Oregon City. Visiting comrade made
DAVID McARTHUR, Commaiirlcr.
J. P. Shaw, Ad).
GEN. CROOK POST. No, iH 0. A. R , De art-
iiiciii. 01 uregou.
Meets In school house at Needy on first 8nt
nrday In each month at !l o'clock p. m. All
comrades made welcome. I. p. Hii.unos
II. Thompson, Adjt. Coniinandcr.
MEADE RELIEF CORPS, No. 1. DEPART
MENT OF OKEOON.
Mr. M. M. Charman, - . President
Mr. K. L. Cochrane,- - Treasurer.
Mrs. J. B. Harding, - Secretary
Meet on first and third Friday of each
month In K. nf P. Hall. Member of eurv
Irom abroad, cordially welcomed.
SONS OF VKTKRANH.
E. D. Raker Camn. No. IK. meei ...
and third Tburaday evening ol each month, at
E.S. CALIFF Capt,
li. S. Ilr.l.uiiiv, ut Lieut.
0. O. Woou, U Lieut.
ST. PAUL'S CIII'lti:tl-KniBcoi,l-li J 1
F.ckstorm pastor. Services at II o'clock a m. and
7:W) p. m. Prayer rvlce every Wednesday
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL Clinic 11 n
Pastor iimlled. Services t II a. u ..i
7 S0 p. m. Hiiuilay school after morning
icrvlco. Player meeting Weilnrsdav evenn.. .1
7 auo,clock. Prayer meeting ot Young people
Society ol Christian Endeavor every Sunday
evening at:, prainpt.
Fill ST BAPTIST OIIURCH.-luv. Gilmaii
Pa kk ua Pastor Morning Service at II Sunday
Schmil at l'Mft; Evening Service (1:30; Regular
prayer inecilng Wednesday evening. Monthly
Covenant Meeting every Wednesday evening
preceding the first Sunday In the mnnth. A
cornlal Invitation to all.
ST. IOIIN'8 CHURCH, CATHOLIC Rgy. A
Hii.i.kiihanii, Pas'.or. On Sunday mass at ami
I0:,'l a. M. Every second and fourth Sunday
German aermon after the M o'clock mass
At all other masse English sermons, Sunday
School at l.m r. M. Vespers, apologetlcal
uhJecM, and Beneillctlon at ! r, s.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CIIURCII.-Rav
O. Sykkk, Pastor. Morning service at II
Sunday Hchind at !0:li. Class meeting after
rnornliig service. Evening service at 7 -mi,
Kpwcrth league meeting Sunday evening at
1) .11); Prayer Meeting Thursday evening at 8 ao.
strangers cordially Invited.
rmni I-np.nilY I KKIAN OlfllRCII. RgV. O
w.tniioNKY, rastor. Service at 11 a. m. aud
7:80 P. M. Sabbath School at 10 A. M. Young
People's Society of Christian Endeavor meets
every Sunday evening at :30. Wednesday
v . ....... 4 . mowing nil i ,ov. neais iree.
EVANO'iMCALCIIUItCII-GKHMAN - Alio.
..inn, unii.r. ircaijuiiig service every
Sunday at 11 A. M and 7:110 P. M.
naooaui scnooi every nuuuay at 10 A. M. (John
Harrlsberger, Supt.) Weekly Prayer Meeting
every Wednesday evening
UNITED BRETHREN IN CHRIST.-Prench-lug
every Sunday, except third Sunday of each
month, at 11:00 a. m. and 7,:i0 p. m.-W 11 toe
Lain, Pastor, Sumlay snh'Hil at 10 a. m. I. I)
Si:Kft!s, Siipcrlnteiident. Prayer meeting every
STR. SARAH DIXON,
(.... M HIIAVKIt. Master,
li': 1 1 i i, ., .. ..
in icavu run ami in v. iiwi,i
.Sunday, ut l:.'i0 n.m.. for C'luuk ntiio
iv way landings.
R((turning, arrive- at Portland nt
io a. in., Daily except Monday.
i no company reserved dm riM
..t "... .
KJ VHUIIUI) Llllll) Wll Illllt 11, d ....
V... f.. A .
s ur ireiL'iil or ImSMetitrep rnb..
apply to dock clerk at Portland, fisit
iisniiigioitMoron Uiurd ntcainer,
Ihis is tliu nearest and iiuMt .1!
reci rouio to t id NVlnil,.,,, ii..
- 1 Ml ,
Joseph K.-1!mk Tr(inHi Co
STR. .IfISI.'lii u-wi 'i .
L-. i . .. "-.'.' 'uu leaves
-'io niomiay, WednoHil,
rriday, at (i A. M.
I 1111(1. I tlJIU.I,.. 'I' I
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Saturday at 7 A. M.
in V am
L. A, 8, OF E. D. BAKER CAMP, 8. OK VI
Meets In K. P. Hall on the second aud fourth
Monday evening of each month.
Mk W. E. JOHNSON, IWt.
"CAN BY LODGK.NO MA. I O. O. T. "
Meets first and third Saturday evening at
Knight's hall Cauhy. Visiting members always
made welcome. 0o. W. Knioht, W, O. T.
J;i.i,a Knioht, Sen
TUALITIN iJKANO NVriTiTlTnlTi;
Meets last Saturday of each month at their
ball In Wllsonvllle. II. 11, Hknry,
Mis IIkpa Sharp, Scc'y. Master.
FOUNTAIN IIOSK CO.. No. 1.
Regular meeting second Wednesday In each
month at engine bouse, east side Main street!
between Seventh and Eighth.
t. W, dtbwa rt, sec. ii. straiuht, F'rm
M. t. quiHM, Foreman.
1..' V V, " " 'A-'" aveHport-
' W ..I,...H.lajr and
...a.v i.ir neiHuaml Upper C,w.
t river poiniH, returning th,
I'H is till!
""iv direct mil 4r.
re.icn an finvlitz river points.
WM. R. IK)LMAX, Ajjcnt.
rtre,.t J)()(!k) j.()rtIlln(I
w-. n. COOKE, Manager.
Successor tou. II. T A L. CU '
Corner Fourth and Main Streets,
The LEADING JJVEKY KTAlir i
All ' '
rruj aiiHmiwl tu.
Iloraf lt,.u,.i...i , .. .
able terms. ' "nu e(1
lUUilp anl the Kwt. '
Lfnitild Qwu'kor to OrniLi
lUUi p nn.l Kansas Citr.
PI'I.I.MAN A WHIST PLEB
Cnrs, Pining Cars.
For rates and prneral infom
tion call on or nddre,
W. II. HURI.IifRT, A.LC:
Push. Atft.. '2'i Vnhiiir;ton.,it,
Third. Pi.rtUml, Or.
Oregon Pacific Railroad
K. W. HA PMC V, Riwivor.
PirtH-t Line Quick diatf
Low freight rato Ntwon K
lainetto Valley jsiinta and 5
OCKAX HTKAMKR SAILINGS.
S. S. Willamette V
Leaves Han Francisco March H
Leaves ViKiuina March lid
This Coiiinanv reservi'l &
rii;lit toehange sailing data
Steamer "Honu" leaves Portl
Weilm siliiy'H und SuturJiiy'l "
II. C. PAY, Gen. Ag't. Salroo:
Street Wharf, Portland,
P. H. VAUdllN. (Jon. Ag'fc
U. C. IKKUJE. (i. F. A P "
Tin. T ifJ
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'S.,fL'2rm,ln llanrlhoot wn"".
M1INN ci mi iimoahwat, N.1'L
Olilnat bureau for aaeurlo pal wit l r.M
Kry l..l4.i,t t,,n out hy ua I brmwhl
Ui puLlla by a luilloe glTian fra ol cb"' "
9 ritniifi, iiwti
Mreeat rtrnuiation of any arHmtlfl" P!.
SKirlO. hlilaii.llilly llluatrsle.1. No 'i'li'.Sjj
nan ahouid ba aaith,.ui 11 Weekly, (
iri ll.Uiali montlia Ailflrws MpNN
- , fi.umi immiiia. jiniirawia V'- fy,
GUNSMITH AND LOCKSMITH
Full Stock of Guns Ammunition
Repair on all klml nf small niwl'
promptly made, l)uilicat koJ' w
ny lock iimnufactureil. , rSlioi'0"
Main Htriet, next tu