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HTATK UltANUK KUIOKS.
Hi'doliilldiiH IWil Ttmiiklnir tin- cm.
CPU for Tlll'lr IIONlllul)r,
Snvxrnl of tint i1iiIikhIihi rmiiuiiinil In
llni clly for b duy or two uftir thu iiningo
Hiljiiuriiml, hn limy t laiiiicil that tin y
hail lii'i'ii Iroiilml m wull Unit tlmy were
In no liurry lo ( lionio. Annum iIiomj
with Mr. hihI Mm. I.oiiIh WIIhoii ol
('orvllln, H. H, Triilii, onu ol tint nl.
llhlicru of thn Allmiiy Dully uml Weekly
lnrld Iifni'iin'iml(ir, IidIhhii pntliu
aluatlc! iiruiiKcr, wiin In iiIIkiiiIhim'U a por
tion of tlni (linn. Tim cleli'itHtt-it uml
vUittirN wvro ull liliflily plimswl with their
vlnll to ()reim City, iii tlxiy xntiHi(
TIih following resolutions, etc., were
Tim "tutu Kr'K mlo)tinl thn North
Vet l'MclIlt' Farmer un iU frittitrnul
oriittn nii1 recommend that cucli mile
onliimte vmiiKi' appoint correHpotnleiit
wIhmmj duty nlmll Imi lo Mtiitl ft cmiiiiiiiiiiiI
CKllon euch month to the itrungu puper.
The followinn resolution niter uplritttil
(UncuhnIoii huh mloptetl with only two
(limientinK vote :
HeNolveil, Tliut wh reiitlinn the ri'Holu
IIoiih mlopiuil ut lornier aossioii of MiIh
Oicifiin dtate ifrnngii relntiiiK to thn Itee
volnugn of allviir uml ileiimml thut thu
l'oii(reaa of thu I'nlted Slnteu ilntnmli
inly r'0Nn the mint of our country to
thn free roilMtftt of mlver mid kM on
I'ljnul teruiH, mill ut the present ratio of
111 to 1, uml thut the government nan the
coliiHof lioth itititMlM without iliiM'riinlnu
tlon uml that both nilver uml gnU roiui
be iimilii u (ull leiiul temler fur ull ilehtit,
ImiiIi pulilii; utnl private.
The hillowiiiK wait Rilnpteil :
Wiikkkai, The C'liuutuuipiu Hemlily
In un ornunmllon originati-il uml con
(lurteil for the purpose; of ediH iitiliK thu
W'iikiikam, the I'utroiia nl lluxhundry
ill their ileelitrulion of purposes ileclure
for higher education. Tliroefoto ho it
ltcsolved, llmt this state uruniiu in in
fuvor of Joininu huuiU with the Chuiiliiii
ipm oruiii.utiun uml ritpieal thn Will-
ineltii Vulley issoeliitutfi lo net Hpuitut
their unniiul ftherint( duy to l called
(iruiiKO )uy. Andl it further
Itewilved, Tliut the tiulxirdiimte
Krauzes ie reipieHteil to form circle uml
take udvuutU(H of thi mode of eiluru
tion. Kitsol Veil, Tliut tilt) Mauler uppoint
tuiidinK committee known thn Chan
tuuipu committed, to tuko charge of thin
part of thn work.
The MiiMter appointed a mich com
mitten K. A. Miller, of Kellwood, Mm.
Zclla S. Fletcher, of S.tlein. Mrs. Hosa
J. Wilwui, of CorvulliH, Mm. K. M.
Iloaanl of Mil I inn and Mia. Kuiinii I).
8ireH, of Mohawk.
The grange iiii'ed $500 in thu IiuiiiIn
of tint executive committee for lecture
work the coming year.
.Memorial papea were N't apurt in
memory of Mm. IMsiriili ivin and
Cyrus Itiickman, dereaxed nemlx-m.
KeHolved, That the thank of the Ore
gon Statu (irmiKc me due and are lierehy
tendered to the lioiinl of tr.idn ol Oregon
t'iiy for their kind invitation to visit the
ninny places of interest in and near thu
Ueaolvcd, That wu return our (hunks
to tint h. I . K. 1(. t'o lor re luceil raleit
to thu litem herit of thu order over their
linen of travel in Oregon. '
Kcsolviil, That the thank of thin,
grunge urn do to the proprietor of the
Klectrii- Hotel, Cliir liuiiHiiund I'm hut's
Home for reduced rated to the memhera
and viaitura of thn grange and ulao to
tlniHU privatu citina who have ho kindly
opened their houiea for the enteiliiin
nient of ita niemherH.
KeHolved, That our thanka nre ten
dered to tint Willamette Fall Railway
Company for free ridea over ita linea.
Keaolvud, Tliat to the ladiea who no
kindly fuinlahed the la'autiful flowera
to decorate our hull, we return our great
lUimilveil, That we thank the iocul
presa for puhli-hing noticea ol our meet
ing and iteiiiK ol our proceedings
ItcHolvod, That thuHU reaolutioua he
printed in thu pna-eudinga of thix aea
Bion, and a copy bu furnished the city
jiri'HH for publication,
Mum. Maiiy A. Powki.i.,
Mhm. Hoha J. Wn.aoN,
Miih. M. K. Kiinh,
It Did the IIuhIiichh.
Mr. J. II. Cohh, publiaher of thn
Mirror, at Itroutou, N. Y.,Buya: "For
nearly two years the Mirror hua been
puhliHhing the advurtiHomenta of Cham
berlain 'h KniiiedieH. A few daya ugo (Tie
writer wiih aullering from a bowel trouble
and reported to an old remedy which
did nut prove uihVaciotia; finally he tried
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea remedy and two doaea did the
bnaineaa, chucking it completely. For
sale by U. A. Harding, druggiat.
Until the end of thn auaaon to put up
Blrawberries. Give us your order now
and we will guarantee to give you the
beat flavored berry at the lowest price.
K. K. Williams, the Grocer.
When occasion demands its tine, try
Do Witt'a Witch Hazel Salve. It i
cooling to burns, stops pain Instantly,
cleansea, a perfect healer for scalds or
f kin eruptions. Always cures piles. C.
Q. Huntley, Druggist.
T. V, Kyan madu a trip toHuluin Tues
day, and returned Wednesday.
F. A, Melnig, the Handy pioneer, v lu
lled tint county court Wednesday.
Mr and Mrs. Wallace Conant, of Port
land vWled in Oregon City Sunday.
James I. Do.ier, a leading farmer of
Mark'a 1'rulro, was in town Tuesday.
Mia Kiln Hoborg.of 1'ortland, was in
town during the week visiting friends.
Mrs. J. M. Lawrence has been visiting
relutlvcsut McMinnvllle during the week.
J. T. Drake, a prominent citizen of
Munpiuui, wua In town Wednesday.
II. K. Cross inucle g flying trip to Sa
lem Monday, returning thu same even
ing, Jacob Miley, one of the solid cllixons
of Wilsouvillu, visited thu city last Satur
day. Mrs. J no. Mctletiliie uml daughter
I'.mma, of SpriugwaU'r, were in town
F.d. Fields has returned from Kugenn,
and la now aiamding a isirtion of his
time in Oregon City.
Major ('barman is again able to be out
after confinement for several weeks to
his room with rheumatism.
Dr. and Mrs. Wood and Mr. J. II.
I.amla-rt, of Portland, spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mra. A. It. Gruhum.
Dr. I'd win Koss, house surgeon of
St. Vincent's hospital, Portland, spent
Sunday with friend in this city.
Mr. S. A. Mile and Mra. (. W. Cole
and daughter, ol St. Helen, weie visit
ing Mi. Marion (Sutler the past week.
Mr Capt. J. N. Graham, of Inde
H iidence. has Is-eu visiting her parents
in this city, Mr. and Mrs. H. Glaasiool.
S. I. M'Kirtiead, publisher of the
Junction City Times, was a passenger on
the morning train for Portland Monday.
Andrews, a financial agent of
Portland, w ho represents Knglish capi
tal, was looking oyer Oregon City Sun-
Miss Vienna Ituoy, of Portland, ac
companied by a young lady friend, was
visiting friend in Oregon City Wednes
day. W. J. M tickle, a merchant of Kalnier,
was in town Wednesday and Thursday
visiting friends, and taking a look at the
William Palmateer, who residua in the
Palmuteer settlement back of Currina
yille, was doing the count v seat Wed
nesday Mr. S. W. Davis of Silverton, lias
been spending the week with her par
ent, Mr. and Mra. W. J. Kauch, of
Mr. A. 8. Dresser and Miss Ana
Itaird sent several daya during the past
week, visiting their mother in Portland,
Mrs Otitis Iluird.
Miss F.uima Coleman, who has been
teaching in the Hillsboro school, was in
town Monday on her way to her home
in Southern Oiegon.
I.inley Meeker, of llolton, was in Ore
gon City Tuesday on his way to Salem,
and took a look at the manufacturing
intercuts of this place.
A. K. Davis and J. W. Ganong, of the
Portliiml Flouring Mills Company, came
up f'om Portland Tuesday and have been
attending circuit court.
Mrs. J. W. Oanong and two children,
who spent last week visiting friends in
this city, returned to her home in Port
land Saturday evening.
K. W. Randolph, a former resident of
Oiegon City, but now married and the
ow ner of a farm near
Linn county, was in town Monday.
Miss Molliu Harlow, of Barlow, a
teacher in tho Port hind public schools,
spent Saturday and Sunduv ill Oregon
City, the g .est of Mra. G. A. Harding.
Mr. and Mis. James McCown, of Port
land, weio in Oregon City Sunday, the
guests of Mrs. S. M. McCown. Mr. Mc
Cown la proof reader on the Oregonian
Herman Sulow has gone to the gold
mines of Southern Oregon near Jackson
ville, where he will spend il.e summer
with John A. Confer, digging out golden
G. A. Harding was confined to his
room (or several daya with a severe at
tack of rheumatism brought on by being
out in the ruin Decoration Dav. He is
now able to lie about.
S. Norton of Canby, was in town Mon
day He has traded his Little Nestucca
properly to James Abegg. for residence
property in Milwaukee, whore he will
make his future .home.
Miss Mary Doatman, who has been
visiting her brother, W. S. Boatman,
for several week, started on the return
trip to her homo at Ked liluff, Cal.,
Prof L. W Pratt, city superintendent
of tho Portland public schools, spent
Sunday In Oregon City. He was accom
panied by Mra. Pratt, and his nephew,
Prof. h. I Pratt, principal of the Cor
vallis public school.
Mrs. W. N. Phillips, who was in the
city tho guest of her daughter, Mrs. C.
II. Caiifleld lust week, returned to her
home at Albany Saturday. She attended
tho session of the Btate grange, of which
she fills the official position of Flora.
It, Leslie, suitervisor of the Marqiiam
road district, was in town Wednesday.
He is pushing the road work in his dis
trict, and the appropriation for road work
in his district is about used up, but the
resident of that ruction are donating
labor to Ntill further Improve the road.
Mr. David Patterson of ForestGrove is
the guest of Mr, and Mr. C. II. Wheeler
of this city.
Mr. Clarence Knott and Miss Bell
Nush of Mulino were callers at the
Kntkiii'iiisk oftlce Thursday afternoon.
Merlo DeV. Johnson returned home
from Stanford university Saturday, and
will upend his vacation at home. Hi
brother, Nello, will spend tiie summer
making a tour of the Yosemlte valley
and other notable place in California,
in company with an outing party .
The rumor that Mr. and Mr. P. F.
Moiey would hereafter make their home
in Portland Is without foundation, as
they Inler.d to return to Oregon City so
soon as the summer heat is over. The
family are enjoying themselves in their
comfortable cottage at their farm on the
Willamette below this city. A number
of their Oregon City friend have lately
been enjoying their hospitality and have
greatly enjoyed the beautiful grounds
surrounding the cottage and the fine
park Mr. Morey has constrticied on his
It KAIi KSTATK TKAXSKEHS.
FtirnUlied Kverjr WVek by the I'lucka
mas Abstract k Trust ('mniiaiiy.
Ouk Grove L A I Co to Augnst Det
mering May 20, 'U5 W D tract 34
Ouk Grove ll-'oO
O A C It V Co to Martin N Slmlsted
May 0, 'H5, D the nw'4' of the nw
J-4 of sec 2(1, t 5 s, r 3 e 40 acres
ItuiHirt Schufler to John SchaHer
Mav 20, V, W I) 50 acres in the
Abernelhy claim in t 2 s, r 2 e
W J Jlruce to A C Fairchild May
27, 'n't, 8 D the e'v of the ne'4'
and the n,'g' of the se!4' of sec 2
in t 5 s, r 3 e
Murray A Morrison to Geo Proilgh
ton (trustee) May 18, '." W D
lot 4 blk H Willamette Falls . ..
W and II Iwtbwaite to 0 K
Lewthwaitu Jan 111, '04, W I) fl
acre in these' of the ne'' of
sec 11. t 2 s, i i e
Levi T Hoyd to Silas D Hedges Feb
21, '1(5, W Dtbe nw'i of sec 6, t
3s,r7e 100 acres 1200
John Labour to Olive Munpiain
Mi ll 2, 'U5 20 acres in the Alfred
Manpiaiu D L C t 0 s, r 1 e
J M A Lsne to the American Auto
matic Lighting Co., May 27, ".15,
the sw'4' and the se?4 of sec 22, t
4 s, r 5 e, 320 seres
E Hackstrond et al to U Ilerneggar
May 27, 'H5 the ne!4 of the ne'.f
of sec 7, t 2 s, r 4 e, 80 acres . , .
Win iiailotvtoJA Anderson Aug
3, '114, W I) lot 2, blk 13, first au
to Barlow 2!0
Geo K Watson to Tho Charman A
Son May 2. 't5, S D the ne1 of
the nw'4 and lot 1 of sec 22, t 5 s,
r 2 e 51.50 acres
Sarah McCown to Bertha Bacbman
May 2-i, U.i Adm 1) part of the
G CTbiirman I) L C in t 2 s, r 2
e, fullllllmcntof bond
FJ Walkley to Geo O Linn Dec
13, '1)4. W 1) 43.50 acres of Bee 5,
1 3 s, r 4 o
Edward Darbeicow to C C Smuck
ley, May 8, '1)5, W D land in the
se'4 ol the aw'4 sec 3(1, 1 4 s, r 1
A 11 and Jos Fischer to A B Hibtiard
May 27, '15, W D the of the
nw'4 of sec 31, 15b, r2e 70 55
acres ; 825
Sam F'rickaon to Thoa Illingham
May 18, '1)5. W D 40 acres in eec
30, in 1 1 8, r 3e 900
COT Williamsto Clan K Morey
May 21), '1)5, Q C D part of lots 2
and 7 in blk 27. Oregon City. . . . 4000
Clara Kami P F Morey toCOT
Williams, May 2!), '05 W I) part
of lots 2 and 7 blk 27 Oregon City 4000
U S to estate of (ieo W Kit e Feb (i
'(14, lot block 27. Oregon City. . . Pat
Willamette Land Co to U W Hob
bins March 15, '05, W D lot 1 blk
8 of Apperson's subd. of blk 5, 0,
7, and 8 Park Place 100
Josiali Konkle to Hariet Konkle
May 21, '1)5, W D 1'4' acres in the
1) D Tompkin's claim, t 2 s, 1 1 e 250
Thoa C Livesay to Carl Koath Mav
14, W I) I) acres in the Aber-
netliy claim in t 2 s, r 2 e 000
Win Crowston to City of Portland
May 30. '1)3, I) a right of way
across the el of the ij.,4 and the
n.ijj' of the se'4 of Bee G, t 2 s, r 5
Win Barlow to John Colmeman
June 1, '1)5 W I) 27 70 acres in
sec 2!) and 32 1 5 s, r 1 e j(i4
John C Harlow to Isaac Surface
June 1, '1)5. W I) thee.'i of the
ne'4 eec 30 and the w'J of the nw
)4'of sec 29,
in t 4 s, r 4 e 100
Have your titles examined and ab
stracts made by the CL CKAMAS AB
STRACT A TRUST CO. who have the
only complete set of abstracts of title of
all land in Clackamas county. Accurate
and reliable work by a responsible firm.
Olllco upstairs in the Caiifleld building.
The most pleasant little pills for regu
lating the bowels are De Witt's Little
Early Fixers. Cure sick headache and
constipation. Small pill, small dose. C.
G. Huntley, Drnegist.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking- Powder
World's Fair MlghMt Medal aad Diploma.
Clly OnichilN Scrap.
Heretofore it has been the custom in
Clackamas county and Oregon City,
w hen a fine was paid in a justice or re
corder's court, to disburse the amounts
due the court officer and turn the bal
ance over to the proper treasury.
Under the provision of the new city
charter it is claimed tint all fine have
to be paid over to the city treasurer and
all money to be disbursed by the city
council. So when Adironictis Clark's
fine of )25 passed into the hands of
City Prosecutor Driggs, he tendered Re
corder Four $15 and a receipt for 1 10,
claiming this latter amount was due him
a fees for prosecuting the two gamblers,
who were fined $25 each. Uecorler
Foiits declined to accept the tender of
(15, aa he claimed he was entitled to
the custody of the whole amount. This
proceeding resulted in unpleasant feel
ings between the two city officials and
as they were going up the Seventh
street stuirway to the bluf!" Tuesday
morning, they tame to blows over
the matter, but the belligerents
were sepe rated before any damage
resulted. Wednesday morning Bob
Gardner swore out a complaint in Jus-
lice Dixon's court charging Mr. Fonts
with assault and battery. Thursday
morning the recorder appeared in the
above named justice court and paid a fine
The citiz-ens of Elyville held a meet
ing Tuesday night for thu purpose of or
ganizing a bucket fire brigade. Com
mittees were appointed and a meeting
will tie held this evening for organizing
t full fledged fire company.
Marriage licenses have been issued
during the past week to the following
persons: Ella Wilder and Chas. R.
Herrii:'ton ; Cairie r.arnea and John S.
Hudaon ; Kat Wab'h srd John Heinz
George and William Haniphan wer -arrested
Tuesday on a charge of assault
ing Ed Clements, and were fined f 10
each by Justice Dixon.
IN HOT WEATHER.
Valuable BlnU a to the Care of Roth Milk
Through tho flush of milk yield there
s a dangerous tendency to bo guarded
against that is found both on tho farm
and in the factory. It is a relaxation of
vigilance in taking care of milk and in
Through tho increased amount of
milk handled those who extract it from
tho cows on the farm and those who
make it np at the factory, imperceptibly
perhaps, do not take as much pains with
the separate processes as though the
amount were less.
The reason of this is that the increased
volume increases tho labor entailed, and
the tax on physical endurance causes a
yield in the picket line of vigilance.
Many dairymen and cheosemakers seem
to be perfectly unaware that they are
less cautious uow thau when their la
bors were not so arduous and perhaps
if they have plenty of help to equalize
the work they are not so.
In one way nature, help the cheese
maker at this season more than she does
the raw producer on the farm. Milk from
grass fiHHl it-solves itself into cheese
more naturally and with less attention
to details in making thau earlier iu the
season, when it is less iu amount.
Ou the other hand, as tho milk on the
farm increases iu yield under the stim
ulus of grass, nature does less to pre
serve its quality, and man must do more
along this line, which, as I have inti
mated, ho ofteu fails to perform. More
than ever will it pay us to bo on our
guard iu all these little details this sea
son. There is no knowing to what a depth
dairy prices may tumble to before 1894
is gone, and of course the best quality
iu butter, cheese and milk will stay
longest at the top.
To illustrate what some of these little
details are around the dairy premises
that yon may forgot in the rush of doing
summer chores, let mo quote a few, with
When you carry the big milk cau
down to tho stable before the evening
milking, it is likely to be hot enough to
feel blistering to the touch, from stand
ing iu the rays of tho sun all day. By
putting fresh milk into it in such a con
dition yon simply invite it to spoil be
Tho ciui should be cooled off by a dash
of cold water from the well or spring,
and trivial though the act may seem it
may save tho quality of the milk stored
If you heat the cows badly before
milking, wlieu their udders aro heavy
with the accumulated lacteal fluid, it
doesn't do much good to cool the milk
off afterward, so far as repairing damnge
Four Jtis Successes.
Having the needed merit to more than
make good all the advertising claimed
for them, the following four remedies
have reached a phenomenal sale. Dr.
King's New Discover)', for consumption,
Coughs and Colds, each bottle guaran
teed Electric Bitters, the great, remedy
for Liver, Stomach and Kidneys. Buck
len's Arnica Salve, the best in the world
and Dr. Kiag's New Life rills, which
are a perfect pill. All these remedies
are guaranteed to do just what is claimed
for them, and the dealer whose name is
attached herewith will be glad to tell
you more of them Sold at Charman A
Co's. Drug Store, Charman Bros. Block.
The best ten-cent cigar on earth.
Sold for five. E. E. Williams, the grocer.
SHILOIVS CURE is sold on a guar
antee. It cures Incipient Consumption.
It is the best Cough cure. Only one
cent a dose. 25 cts., 50 cts. and $1.00.
For sale by G. A. Harding
One to five acre tracts,
Cleared, uncleared and some
set to fruit. This property ad
joins the Chuuianquu grounds
at Gladstone park. It is only
12 minutes walk from the mo
tor line, and very desirable.
Five acre tracts,
Near Oak Grove, on East Side
motor line. Price $125 per
acre. This prorty is within
a shortdiitance of w here small
tracts are selling at $.100 and
4)0 per acre.
Ten acres on West Side,
miles from suspension
bridge. mile from where
land is selling at $500 to $1000
per acre. This will be sold at
Ten acres on West Side.
214 miles from suspension
bridge. 3 acres cleared, small
house, One spring water,
splendid place for ,otiltrv.
Price only $450. Terms easy.
This is a snap.
nm Pieces of Ittss Prauertr,
On Main street, Oregon City,
improved and paying monthly
Of improved residence prop
erty, inside. Over 2)0 lots,
inside and suburban. Price
from $75 to $2iX). When you
can buy a lot within a few
blocks of your wo k it is cer
tainly ise to buy one and quit
Five Room House
to rent; on a level w ith Main
street, and near business part
of the street.
A splendid home
In Oregon Citv, eond two
story house, basemen t, wood
shed, cellar ami green house.
5 Lots set with a gnod variety
of fruit trees, now bearing.
Below the bluff and within
half block of Electric Line.
Pi ice $25ii0.
A No. 1 Stock Ranch.
350 Acres 20 acres in meadow-,
15 acres cultivation, 3
slashed. 2 houses, 2 bares.
Plenty oi lunning water, I rice
8 in cultivation, 6 acres
slushed 200 fruit trees spring
water. 4 miles from lown,
16 in cultivation, 7 acres of
tieaverdam land, excellent
for growing unions. Small
orchard. House 1V s'ory, 0
rooms with oantrv. Bu n.nlsre
all fenced all improvement I
new and good. uhmI rosd
to Portland and Oregon Ci'y.
Only 2 miles to R. H station.
Crop goes with place if sold
soon. Price, $325d.
Part light brush, balance good
timber. Water by creek.
Farm for fruit, vegetable or
Poultry Farm. S'j miles from
town Good road. Price only
$050, part cash, balance on
long time at 0 per cent.
4.SJ in cultivation, 1S slashed.
House with 4 rooms. 85 fruit
trees now bearing an ahund
am of berries, watered by
creek, (iood roads to Poit
land and Oregon City. $S50
7 Fenced and cleared. Hood
spring water. 3 miles from
Oregon Ci'y Price, $750.
100 fenced 15 in cultivation,
balance open brush land. 2
houses and 2 barns. 6 miles
from town price, $10 per
C. O. T. WILLIAMS
River Route, via.
Joseph Kellogg Trans. Co.
STR. JOSEPH KELLOGG leaves
Kelso Monday, Wednesday and
Friday, at 6 A. M. Leaves Port
land, Tuesday, Thursday and j
Saturday at A. M.
STR. NORTHWEST Leaves Port
land Monday, Wednesday and
Friday for Kelso and Upper Cow
litz river points, returning the
This is the only direct route to
reach all Cowlitz river points.
WM. R. IIOLMAN, Agent.
Taylor Street Dock. Portland, Or.
Soman's sootning Powders.
For Children Cutting their Tteth.
IN USE OVER FIFTY YEARS.
elre fenariea Meat, areeeat fit, CaumMom, aaa
tnmnt a aeaftaa ( of tht ccnttltntion
, . . lurlnf (A frnt af teetAe.
A Sovereign Remedy fir (ptghs,
Colds. LaGnppe and all Affection
of IheThroat. Chest and Lvngs.
StHD TOR Pttmift
For Bale by C. G. Huntley.
CI CLJM7 IS THE BEST.
Wk WIIW (.riTrcxt a kino.
rRCNCM . UMMCUU CALf.
fran ma r ti nriw
Ovr Om Million Peopia wear tha
W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
All ourahoesare equally satisfactory
They g"lv tlx beat valua for the amity.
They equal custom ahoea In ityle and IlL
Fh:lr wearing qualities are anearpaMedL
The price ar unilorm, stamped an aota.
From (i to f j saved over ether make.
U your dtaki cannot luppljrjrou we can. SoUby
dealerl everywhere. Wanted, agent to
take exclusive aale for ttiie vicin
ity. Write at once.
1800 mile? of long dis
tance telephone wire in
Oregon and Washington
now in operation by tige
Oregon Telephone and Tel
Portland, Seattle, Spo
kane, Tacoma, Saknx
Walla Walla, Pendleto
Albany and 1)6 other towns
in the two states on the
Quick, accurate, cheap.
All the satisfaction of a
Distance no effect to a
clear understanding. Spo
kane as easily heard as
Oregon City office at
Huntlev's Drag Store.
J. H. THATCHER, MANAGER,
Portland, - Oregon..
JOHN A. BECK,
No. 270, Morrison Street,
IS STILL ON EARTH.
For general repairing he Btands
without a peer. For first-class, re
liable goods his store is second to
none. Trv hi in !
The New Way East
... AND ..
O. R.&N.Co. Lines.
TIIE SHORT ROUTE.
T CO I NTS IN
Montana, And the East
Through Tickets on Sale
To and From
And all points in the
The GREAT NO TIIEKN RAILWAY l a new
triiiiaoiintliieiil il II r. Runs burttfl libi-nry
nberviln mm llce ulecplng and dinlnir
ems. family tourist rleepers and second claaa
Hivlnc rook billtt track, the GREAT
NORTHERN RAILW Y la tree Irom dust, one
ol the chief auuoyances ol transcontinental
Round trip tickets wlih stop over privilege
and choice o return rentes.
Fur further lufnnuHtiou eall upon or write,
C. C. DONAVAN, General Aitent,
li2. Third street,
F. I. Whitney G. P. AT A.
St Paul. Minn.