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Johnnie F. rtosiie, yoiinRest eon of
Fk'tolipr snd Iv C. Hague, wss born at
Usttle Creek, Iowa, August 7, 1S78. He
was lliestvomi male child born at that
place it then being only a small village.
In infancy lie with bis parents moved to
Washington and afterwards to Oregon.
For the pant Ave years he has resided at
Mullno, Clackamas county, where he
quietly passed away on the morning of
March l'.l, 1S:)5, after a never itinera of
three days, aged ltf years, 7 months and
12 days. The death is shrouded in mys
tery, but is supposed to have been paused
by concussion of the brain, brought on
from a blow received on the head a week
before while teaming. He also received
a severe bruise on the knee in some un
known manner. His illness was not
considered serious until he suddenly be
came delirious and could explain noth
ing. His kind and loving disposition
and thoughtful interest in others, made
Litu a general favorite w ith his friends
and schoolmates, who showed their ap
preciation of his worth bv the large.
assembly that attended the funeral, and
the numerous and beautiful floral tributes
that were presented. The atlliction falls
with especial severity on his father, a
Veteran of the late Rebellion, who nobly
responded to his country's call in her
liouroi need, and bad fondly hoped to
lean on the arm of his loving son for sup
lort aud comfort in his declining years
and failing health. Johnnie was a worthy
member of the F. A. & I. U. The funeral
services were conducted at the familv
residence by Dr. J. Casto, a Baptist
minister, and the remains interred in
the Graham cemetery.
"Ye holy ministers of love,
Blest dwellers in the upper spheres,
la vain we fix our gaze shove,
For we are blinded by our tears.
O, tell ns to what land nnknown
The soul of him we love has flown
He lelt us when his mnnlv heart
With earnest hope was heating high,
ioo soon it seemed tor us to part :
Too soon, alas ! for him to die.
We have the tenement of day,
But, aye, the soul has passed away.
Blest spirit ! we will weep no more.
But Uy our selfishness to rest ;
The Providence which we adore,
Has ordered all things for the best.
Life's battle fought, the victory won,
To nobler toils pass on ! pass on !"'
Mary S Howard.
Muuxo, Ore., Apr. 15. 1894.
Iowa papers please copy.
W. D. Howells contributes to Harper's
Weekly for April 13th an adequate re
view of Max Nordan's book on "Degen
eration." In the same issue is repro
duced a very beautiful newly discovered
paint ng by Botticelli, and an interest
ing note by W A. Coffin is devoted to
this discovery which may fairly be
termed an artistic "event." Remington's
Coaching in Chihuahua" is another ex
cellent paper in the same number.
The reproductfon of one of Abbey's
fHoly Urail paintings (the interesting one
-which represents the Round Table) is a
. conspicuous feature in the Weekly dated
April 20th, its publication, announced in
the "Notes" for an earlier day, having
been unavoidably deferred. An im
portant article by Dr. Henry van Dyke
.accompanies this illustration, and hide
voted to the series of paintings which
Mr. Ahliey has made for the Boston
Resolved, bv the Clackamas County
Alliance at their quarterly meeting held
at Milwaukee on the first Saturday in
April, 1895, That we sincerely thank
the senators and representatives from
this county, and others also, for their
courageous stand on the bill for a con
vention to Bubmit the initiative and ref
erendum to the people.
We demand that the delinquent tax
list and other county printing be awarded
to the county newspapers of general cir
culation making the lowest sealed bid
for the same and we believe it can be
done for one-half or less of last year's
Owing to the great expense incurred
by the county in farming out the county
poor, we favor the purchase of a county
E. H. Cooper, H. Thiesbkn,
A D tided Improvement.
Patrons of the Portland and Dalles
accommodation train will be pleased to
foam of the change made in the passen
ger equipment. The 0. R. & N Co. has
replaced the former one combination
car carried, with an elegant lately re
modeled first-class coach and smoker.
This arrangement virtually gives a day
passenger train between Portland and
Dalles, leaving Portland at 8 :00 A. M.
arriving at Dalles 1:00 P. M.,and re
turning, leaves Dalles at 2: P. M., arriv
ing at Portland 7 :00 P. M. Daily except
Sunday. The through passenger train
still retains its old schedule, leaving
P"hland at ": P.M. for the east and
leaving Dalles at 4 : A. M . for Portland.
J. A. Richardson, of Jefferson City,
Mo., Chief Knrolling force 38th general
assembly of Missouri, writes: I wish to
testify to the merits of One Minute Cough
Cure. When other so-called cures failed
I obtained almost instant relief and a
speedy cure by the use of One Minute
Cough Cure. CO. Huntley, druggist.
The Oregon City Steam Laundry does
the cleanest and best work to be bad in
Oregon City. Their prices are the
makINq coits "Back."
An Old Trainer film Inatrurttoo oa Thla
Tho colt should bo taught from the
first that you are his muster and his
friend, and that your iiitoroourao with
hint is business and nut play. Ill all yon
do with him avoid excitement that is,
do uot frighten him ltor cot him angry.
Have, a d!lnito idea in your own mind
of what you are going to do each time
yon handle him, and when he has got It
do nothing more with him for that
time. For instance, you wish to teach
him to back, which you can do in 10
minutes if you work in the right way.
Quit us soon ns ho has learned to do it
and do not disgust him by backing him
all over the farm the first lessou nor
confuse him by trying to teach him any
thing else, nt the same time.
As the majority of the western horses
I see do not back well, I conclude horse
men in that section havo not given much
attention to it To teach him, draw the
line through the lug strap und stand
I behind him and a little to one side, so
that when you pull therein it will draw
across his quarter; then give him a firm,
strong pull, partly backward and portly
to one side, saying "Back!" as you do
it, and instantly let up. The pull should
be nbout half way between a twitch or
jerk and a steady pull
If yon did it right, his head went a
little one way and his hind end was
turned a little, so ho was pulled perhaps
one-eighth of the way around. Now go
to his head, stroke and caress him, and
if convenient give him from your hand
something he will liko to eat. Now
step buck and pull him the other way,
starting from a loose roiu and pulling
just hard enough to pull him around a
little, no matter how little, letting up
at once so as not to havo the rein tight
more man nan a second at a time, say.
ing "Buck!" nt tho instant you give the
pnlL He will respond to the pull just
as soon as he learns that therein loosens
when he yields to it Now step directly
behind him and pull the same as before,
only use. both reins instead of one. Nev
er tighten the rein ou him when he is
backing, but let him understand that it
will loosen when he hacks, and he will
back for you every time.
Will all colts learn at once if treated
in this way? I con only say that I havo
trained them for moro thau 40 years
and I never have sceu one that would
not Occasionally there is one of slow
intellect and high temper with which
you should proceed in the same way as
others, only go a little slower, so as to
give them time to understand it S.
B. Smith in Breeder's Gazette.
At to M ulee.
It has been fonnd that breeding young
mares to a jack will generally taint tho
offspring when bred to a horse with
some of the characteristics of the don
key. They may have the ears of the sire
jock or the black stripes on the shoul
ders or legs. There was a time not now
so common when the Buret thorough
bred mares of Kentucky were couplei!
with jacks, especially after having been
tried to a horse and failed to got with
foaL In recent years we do not hear
much of this. Thoroughbred Spanish
jacks however, are still held at fancy
prices, and, while many of them are
offered for sale and some farmers seem
to have real herds of them, prices do
not seem to come down. A good, sound
mule is a valuablo work uuiuiaL Ho
does not cat so much M a horse, is easier j
satisfied with a lower quality of hay and
will thrive on thistles if only he have
enough of thera. All the same he pre
fers corn in the ear. The question is
sometimes asked, Did m:irn mules evet
breed? In "Youatt ou the Horso" thero
are two instances given where mare
mules havo thrown livo foals one, I be
lieve, in Mississippi but the foals never
attained any uge. It stops with the
niule. Nature will have no confusion.
' A mule is judged ' for value by the
length and strength of his legs more
than for any other part of his body. Of
course good color, smooth head and loins
are taken into consideration when one
wants a fancy animal. But the trolley
and cable cars have retired a good ninny
of them at least in our large cities
and people will not go into mourning
because of it C. W. Murtfeldt in St.
Live Stock l'olnta.
Be on the lookout for sore aud cracked
teats among ewes that aro suckling
lambs Sore nddors among ewes will
gangrene if not attended to. Glycerin i
and olive oil mixed make a soothing, j
softening ointment for inflamed adders
In severe cases of scratches an ex-peri- j
encea sneep tireeif;r recommends drying
off the ewes
An Illinois breeder of Poland-Chinos
says he has had pigs weigh 250 pound
at 6 mouths old He has them farrowed
April 1 and as utx.u as possible turns
them on pasture. In a pen into which
only the pigs, but not the sow, can go,
ho pours cow's milk for the litter to
learn to drink on. First he feeds sweet
milk only, then later sour milk and '
. . ... .
soaked shelled corn twico a day till they
are ready for market This makes
Horace Greeley once said that of all
horned cattle tho most dangerous were
young college graduates who thought
they knew everything.
A wooden silo built in the best man
ner of tho best material will lost 10 to
1 5 years
Among the best wools shown at tho
World's fair Were those from Argentina
When a family of sheep aro bred for
larger carcass and heavier fleece, their
wool loses in fineness
There are some who think the Saxniy
sheep is still to have it fiituie iu (In.,
Twenty-eiht Kentucky tolrilo he r cr,
recently sold in New Yoi!; cily broi.l.t
an average price of $:S49. Some of thou
sold for $1,000 apiece. Tho demand for
well trained und gaitod saddle horses
continues good. The heavy swells are
fond of horseback riding.
HOW TO ORDER BABY'S DINNERS.
A lltli for Anxiuii Mother In 1'alerlnf
for m.'ir utile ret.
Beef broth with vermicelli; brau or
whole meal bread and the best butter
obtainable; lightly boiled lamb chop,
minced and seasoned with salt; spinach
boilod tender and mashed through a
puree sieve, served plain with cream or
iu broTh; baked potato with salt; orange
tapioca for dessert Fruit juiooa may bo
used freely as a drink.
Chicken broth with rice; broiled ten
ierloiu steak with salt (no butter); spa
ghetti plain; brown bread with butter;
asparagus tips with cream sauce or
stewed celery; cup custard for dessert
Mutton broth, with white meat of
chicken cut Into very small piece; po
tatoes stewed in milk; cauliflower or
ipiitnch; bread and butter; orange float
for dessert '
Beef tea; stewed squab; boiliHl rice;
bread and butter; Bermuda onions
stewed very soft in milk; junket with
egg for dessert
Onion soup mado with milk; roast
hoof rare and minced boiled spaghetti
with dish gravy; spinach or stowed cel
ery; bread and butter; rice pudding for
Strained vegetable soup; stewed lamb,
rejecting all fat; mashed potatoes; spin
ach or stowed tomatoes, tho latter strain
ed and thickened with barlcv (lour or
siaio urcaa crumos; uroad aud butter;
junket made with tho essence of pepsin
Beef broth; boilod or broiled tish.
with or without egg sauce; boiled mac-
caron t with milk; boiled asiiaraKUN tins:
stowed celery or Bermuda onions; gela
tin with whipped cream for dessert
lluw to Prevent a lllaek Kyts
There is uothing to compare with a
tincture or strong iufusiou of capsicum
annuum, mixed with nu equal bulk of
mucilage or gum arabio and with tho
addition of a few drojis of glyoeriu.
This should bo pointed all over tho
bruised surface with u camel's hair H'U
cil and allowed to dry on, a sccoud or
third coating being applied as soon as
tho first is dry. If done as soon as tho
injury is inflicted, the treatment will
invariably prevent tho blackening of
the ubused tissue. The saino remedy luu
no equal iu rheumatic, soruorstitT nock.
How to l-rrvrnt Failing or Cotton Stocking..
In a geueral way it may bo said that
salt and celerity are tho best helps to
Few fancy colors in cotton will bear
moro thuu one or two washings without
growing dingy Ammonia iu the wash
Water will help to brighten some reds.
There is however, so much variation
iu the dyestuffs und tho dyeing that no
certain rule is possible. Sugur of lead '
water and black pepper tea are held by
some good laundresses sovereign for any
Shake your stockings free of dirt and
dust, wash them in plenty of fresh,
clean suds rinse well utid dry quickly
while wrong sido out Iron while slight
ly damp, fuldiug tho stockings careful
ly along tho back seam and pressing the
Wet very dirty socks as those of a
workingiunn or small boy, with kero
sene oil. Let thorn lie half an hour; theu
scald with boiling wuter, to which am
monia or washing soda bus been added,
till it feels slick to tho touch. Stir the
socks rapidly round and round iu it
with a wooden puddle, lish tuum out iu
a miuuto or two and wash us you h
the rest Yoa will be simply amazed to
gee how much dirt they havo lost. Ro-
member uot to let them stand too long.
How to Ilea troy Had (Mora on the llreatli.
A cup of block coffee will destroy the
fumes of the malodorous onion. Tho
"fad" of having peppermints and win
tergreon cream candies on the tablo is
good, as one of those will destroy the
odor left by wins It would be quite
safe to uso as a mouth wash aud gargle
after each meal a glass of witter iu
which bus been put a few drops each of
camphor aud myrrh. A bit of orris root
might be carried in the pocket for use
when necessary, for it, as well as stick
cinnamon or ginger, will disguise un
How to Clear the Voloe.
Methods of many singers differ as to
the care of the voice, but for others'
benefit it is well to know some of them.
Gallmeyor, tho famous soubrotte, truata
her throat before each performance to a
good rubbing with rum and glycerin.
Labatt, tho great Swedish tenor, ato two
salt pickles before Koinif ou to sin.
Wachtel used the yolk of an egg with
sugar. Many umik bofr, champagne,
soda water or punch. Walter, the tenor,
drinks cold coffee without cream, and
Geistingcr relit on a glass of grog.
Xelia Trcbelli, the famous contralto
who died not long ago, always drank
lemonade before she went on the stage.
Kinderman chewed dried prunes daring
the intervals, und Soatlieiiio swore by a
pinch of snuff before each aria. Some
gGw will not smoke at all on the day
. i . i i. ; i . 1 1 i i
they expect to sing, while others claim
that a cigarette before the curtain rises
puts them in best voica
How to Cook Trout For lirenkftiat.
! Clean, wash und dry the fl.ih, roll
I'ghtly in flour and fry in butter orclur-
ifiod dripping. Let the fat be hot Fry
quickly to a doliculo brown and take up
, tho trout the instunt tliey are done. Lay
j for a moment npon a hot folded napkin
to absorb whatever grease may cling to
' their speckled sides. Then range them
j sido by side on u heated dish, garnish
and send to tho table. Uso no season
i ing except salt, and (hut only when the
I fish are fried in lard or nnsalted drip
How to Iron Knitted Silk.
Do not sprinklo it. Roll up the gar
ments in a thick towel wrung out of
i clear water and let tbem lio for an hour.
Then lay them very smooth and press
I hard on both sides with a heavy iron
; just below scorching hcut Iron always
I lengthwise a knit garment and be sure
' there are no wrinkles on the under side.
Through Trains Without Transfer.
Traveller inner not f.. ..... tl...i tl... it
It. it N. linn thnrnnolilu r.i.,..l n,l
all trains are running without transfer
or tieiuy. through service to Omaha,
Kansas Cllv St. I.01U ..) I'l.i....
rUllnian Nlnonnm. Iron ro..l!l ul.
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cars, upholstered tourist sleeper and
iiiwierii nay cottcnes. Gallon t. K. A
N. Agent before purchasing tickets, or
amirosn vt . it. iiiir hurt, li.m' r...,.i,.
ger Agent. Portland, Oregon.
Wedding stationery, tho latest stvles
and finest assortment ever broinrht to
Oregon City at the Kntkki-hisk olllce.
A dollar Saved Is ennnl t tl fll ll all all l I'efl
yn.in-il. Hjr up yuur Hiinscipilon to tlie
KNTKHI'MIHK Mil. I intt II... tl... I Ill ..I
: - p. - ... mo irrilt'ilb Ol
thu reduction in price.
Justice blanks, real estate blnnks. mul
all other blanks at tho Kntkhi-uisk of
fice. Portland nrleea.
How Dr. Miles' Nervine Restored
One of Kentucky' Business
'iHeKr Mcn ,,ca,tn'
a , ,ni..
No DISEASE liaa ever prtwenU'd ao many
peculiarities as l.ullrliM. NotlUeaao
li'itres Its victim m drbllllnted, um'Iim,
alt-fltu. nervclioa, an l.uilrlpM.
Mr. 1 1. W. Hilton, Htiile ityent of the Mnt
mil Life Iimtiranea Co., of Kentucky, aayit:
in tsw and 'no I hud two Severn allm'k
of LaOrlpne. tlm lint one MtnekliiK my nr
vouasyHieni with urh neverlly tlmt my life
was demlred of. I liad not rIc t for more
than two tiiontlm ei'eit ty the urn of linr
rotles that muni'lliMl mi; tint g:ivo inn no
vt. I was only ciiii-iiuh of Inleiiiw mentiil
wciikiioH. au'onlnliiK IxKllly puln anil the
fui-t Hint I wait hourly erowlnx weaker.
When In thhti'ondllliin. I I'mnnieueeU ulnit
Dr. Mile' HiMoratWo Nervine. In Iwoditya
I tx'tian to Impmve and In one munth's limn
I wu cured, mui'h to the mirprse of all who
knew of my condition. I hva Im-co In ri
cellent health since and have riv-imimeudeU
your reniedle to many of my friend."
LouUvllle, Jau. 22, lstf. I. W. lilLTOM.
Dr. Miles' Nervine Restores Heallh.
Caked & Inflamed Udderj.
Bruises and Strains,
Harness & Saddle Sores,
All Cattle Ailments.
All Horse Ailments,
AH Sheep Ailments,
Membrane and Tissue
Quickly to the Very
Seat of Pain and
Ousts it in a Jiify.
Rub In Vigorously.
Mustang Liniment conquers
Makes flan or Beast well
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CATARACT IIOHK CO. No. 2.
Meet aecond Tueaduy ol each month t Cat
aract KriKlne huuae. v. II. HowKi,lPrea
O. It. Hkhtow, Heo'y. J. W O'Connku, F'm
WAKNKK OKANilK, No. 117, P. of II.
Meet fourth Haturday of each month, at their
hall lu New Kra. Jiavld MeArthur. Mn.tor
Mra. May Waldrou. Sec'y
MYKTLE U)I)(!E NO. 21, DKGKKK OF II0N0K,
Meet every Friday In A. 0. U. W. Hall, Vis
iting member mail welcome.
JRNNIK PlKHUI, C. Of H.
8. A. Gillutt, Heconler.
NT. I'AtM.'H Clintril - Cpi.e.i.al - Itry,
laaafl Daw.oii, Hector, Servient all! o'eloek .
in, and T Ki p. m, i'rur tervleu avery Wed
FlIINt' CONilHKdATIONAI, CIII'KCII,
Itev. J. W (iowau I'aamr. Hervleet at III llll a. at,
and la) r. H. Holiday Ncl I alter moriiln
lervle. I'uyer aieetliif Wedue.day evenln at
H ntlo.eloek. Prayer ineelliif ol Yoiius I'aopl,
Hoelety of Chrl.tlau Kudeavor avery Sunday
veuiii al7,IH preiupt,
FIKMI' MAPIIHI' CMIHII'll - Itrv. M !
Iti'uii, Paaior Mornln Hervlce at 1 1 : MiiihUv
School at 1J m: KvenlUK Service lint); t(eHlilar
Prayer meellnit Wedneaday evenln;. Monthly
Covenant Meeting every Wedni'.'lay vveuliia
preeeilliiK Ihe rlr.l Sunday In the month, I
Corulal Invitation to all,
ST. IIIIIN'M Cll'ltl,II.CATIIOl,l(!.-ltv, A.
It r l.l a n ha N o. I'aa'.or. Oil Huuday maaa at II ami
III ml , m. F.veryaecoud and luuilh Holiday
(lenuaii ermoii alter I lit. o'clock max
At all other inaa.ea Kuiill.h aeriuuua, Holiday
Hchool Mill c ii, Veapera, apologdleal
ulileeia, and llenedlellou at 7 .W r. a).
WKTIIlllllHI' KI'IHCOPAI. t ltl'IICII -llv
(I, HIKKa, paator. klorului tervlce at II;
Sunday Hchool at l tm. t'N.a iiieeilrm alter
muriiluit aervhe. kveuluit aervlce at 7 311.
Kpworlh l.eamir innrnii Hiimlay vveiiln at
U .; Prayer Meelluii Thuraday eroiiln at 3 HU.
atiauiura eordlallv Invlled.
KlltHT PHKHIIYTKItlAN CIII'IK'II.-Ksr, J.
W. Mouii.imi'ry, I'a.lor. Herviee.al II a m. ami
7 nil r. M. Hahhalh Hchool at III a. a. Youiif
People Hiuiiety of t'hrlatlau Kudeavor meet
every Huuday evenln at (I :) Wedue.day
evenln prayer meellii- at 7.iW. Heat. Ire.
KVANif.l.lCAI.CIItiltCII-IIK.KMAN M, f,
Mvkhp, I'a.lor. Preaching .ervleea every
Huuday at II A. M and TM I'. M.
Hahhath .cI.ihiI every Huuday at It) A. M I llev.
P. Holt. Hunt ) Weekly Ptayer Moelliif
every Wedue.day evening
t'NIIK.II IIKKTIIItKN IN (II ltH r,-Preael.
In every aecond and loiirih Kuiidav ol rack
I iiii.iiui, .i ii iri. in. .mi ,.i p in,-n ii. aic-
1 I .iu ... u I..u -..I I -. -
I. n.r., , n.llll.Hr M.'IIINI, N f , Jt . R
lireiioii I'lty Fli.l aniiilay at Hain.ou anhool
hoii.e, Molnlla; I lilrd Huuday. Muiiuiain Home
II . m i 1 IiiiIht drove, i p. m-MLa liulla
tlreeu, Nuperinlciidelit Huuiiay .cIiimiI. Prayer
meeting everv Wedue.day evening.
KVANtiKI.lt Al. l.nilKIIAN CIII'I(C-I..
liav, Pa.tor. Herman .ervicet every Huuiiay
al II o'clock A M. HiikIi.Ii .ervleea at 7 .Hi P.
M Huuday .chool at In o'clock A M l.oca-
II. .H HloreriHiin ueit door to hakery Iu Hhlve.
ley'. I. nil. IHi. eoiuer ol Seventh ii ' Maillaoit
Nhrrir Nolle ef Kal uli K.lertltlon.
In Ihe rlirult t'utirt of IheHialeot Otegoii, for
the County ol I'lackamna.
(leorge Hroughion, ClalutlrT, va I hrlat Uoehnke
aud J. II. alarllu, Deleodaiila.
Htaleol Oregon, Couniy of Clactaiuaa, ta.
Notice I. herehy given, that hy virtue of an
eiccnil.iu and order ol .ale l.aurd out ol ihe
cl'Ciilt rocri ol the Hl.te of uregmi lor the
eouuiv ol iriaekama., l.earllut dale the iltli day
ol Fehruary, 1-ai'i. Iu a ami wherein iieoige
' llroiiahtoii wa. pullillr?, and Chrt.l Moehnke
and ' II. M.rllu wereilelendeui.. i imaiollng
me, In I lie name ol the Htaleol orenii. ilialoul
t ol the leal ealate herein liter de.erthed. to real
j He a .inn tilllleleut to aall.ly Ihe demaliila of
IMlddeenw to wn llWiaj.aud Ihe liirther .11 III
.of M "II eoal. loelher wtlh lli'ere.l on the
aame atliee aald decree waa entered al a per Cent
I per annum, and alao the ro.la ol and attending
Now. therefore, In idiediciice In men decree,
I did. mi the nth d.ty ol March, IhY duly
. levy upon and will, on H, tor. lay. the JiHh day
oi apru, ij.i. aiioe nour ol one u elock f M
ol aald d.v al Ihe Iroiit ifoor ol ihe court hoiio
III aald county, otter lor .ale al p'lhllr auction,
and aell to ihe hlghe.l and he. l.l.l lrr, l.,r ca.U
lu hand, all il the rl.'hl. Illle and Ihlrre.l the
.aid defendant I'hrl.i Moehnke h i. In and to
the following deerllH-d real properly, to wit
The Northeaat one i)iiarter ol Hoinhweat one
iiiaiter and ihe .Northwe.t one iiaricrl South
e.. one iiirler ol Heellon Five i'l III Tuwnahla)
Four lt Houlh ol Kange 1 hrre CD Kaal of tho
W illamette Meridian. In rlai kaiuaa oouuty,
liaud thl Jinh day ol Man-h. A. II Inn
K I M A lilMK'K.
HherlfTnf I'laekamaa t'o., Htate ol Oregon.
Hy N. M UiHiiiv, lh'puty. l utll
TAJ I nBTAIN A PATKT rnr ft
Rroniia: anawer and an b'Hieat opinion, wrlla to
II A I'll,, who have had nearly nfly yean
tpertence In th letit tiuaineaa. rianmannav
tlona.lrlellreonn.leiitlal. A llanrlhenk of la.
fornialliH) niamniina Ta tenia and how to ob
tain tlieru Bent free. A Imi a ealalogu of aieuiiall
toal and aclaitltne tMMih. ant free.
I'aienia taken Ihn.u.h Munn A On. rHTe
peelal ttotleelnth ArlrHIISe Awierlraa, anil
thut ar tireugllt widely befnr th pill. 110 II h
out ot In th Inretitnr. Tina tntendid papw.
aaued weekly, eleaanl ly lllu.l rated, haa hy far I ha
lam eat rinailalloa of any arlcntinc wort la Um)
worlil. S3 year, Hamine eopia enl free.
Hui. din. Rilllloa i mm. I lily, i lii year. Hingl
eople. 'i. oenta. ICvery nuanUer eonlain beau
tiful plate, Ul enlora. and pkfriiarraplia of new
bouMHL with plana, enatdliig bulklnrt loahnw tba
lateat de.iia and aenjre eoMraeia, Andrea
MLS a i CO (W YoiiK. SOI UuuauwaT.
Livery, Feed and Sale SUlile
LOCATED BKTWEK.S TIIK IlklDtlg AND
Doulilo and Sinirlo UiuH. and sail
die liorst s ulwuyo on hand at th
lovvcsr (iricps. a corrull connoctd
with tho burn for loono ntock.
IllformatlDII reiunllnir hmv Llnrl nr
stot'lc ironiitly Httoiiilnl to by iwrson of
horsos Oouaht nnd Sold.
1 1 or ten lloiiriltul snil Ktul on ri'ftHon
Duffy & Hcckart
Hpccial caro in moving Household
Goods and I'iunoH.
Prompt work and
Lob vo orders at
HULLO MY tfe UUSCH'S.
' River Route, via.
Joseph Kellogg Trans. Co.
STU. JOSKI'II KKLLOGfl leaves
Kelso Monday, Wednosdny and
Friday, at 0 A. M. Leaves Port
land, Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday at 7 A. M.
STR. NORTH WKST--Lraves Port-
land Monday, Wednesday and
Friday for Kelso and Upper Cow
litz rivor points, returning tho
This is tho only direct route to
reacn an Oowlitz rivor points.
WM. R. HofilAN. Arrant. '
Taylor Street Dock, Portland, Or.
C0IJKT ItOlllN II0OI) NO. KIIW A. O. F. OF A.
Mocta tho id and 4th Friday of each month
at K P Hall X:IK M.
W. 8. Cham, oko. K. Wii.sh art,
Uilcl Itanxer. Keeordlng Soo.
LE.I.AWRKNCS, J. A, KSNNKDY,
Huh. Chief itangor. Financial Boo.