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All comniiinii'iitions intomlcil for this
column bhoiiM b aililroswd to Mrs. II.
S. Gibson, Oropw City, Oregon.
TKACIIKK8 MKKT ON MT. IIOOl).
At the July meeting of the Clrtrkamag
County TViU-her's as-wiution liehl Ht
Harmony, in school distrii-t No. !!, it
was decided to hold the August meeting
on the top of Ml . Hood. Over SO teach
ers jMoiiiiscd to pi but as the tune drew
near, one nd another decided the trip J
was too great to undertake and decided I
to stay at home. When the day arrived
on which we were to botfin the trip 12
members of the association retried for f
dntv: Sunt. U.S. Gibson, Kminie It. i
Toiler, Hattie E. Monroe, Iu'rtlm M.
Gibson, Mollie Talbert, Nellie Younger,
J,....ni.. It Wi-. T I i;,.rr 1. T A n.
derson, W. G. Heattio, John Wise,
George L. Story and G. W. Boylan.
At nightfall, the first camp was
jiiV bed near the village of "Firwood."
We were not troubled by wild animals
on this trip, but several times we felt
that swine were entirely too lame.
Each member of the crowd had re
ceived a name for the occasion, which
was more or less flattering to the victim.
The morning of the second day after
leaving Oregon. City, Mrs. Gibson met
H-ill. m ..Art. n.lnliil U(.i. I..,, t 11 .. t V. IH". tt' n :
from a huh seat, striking her head, and
the wheel of the heavily loaded wagon
, iii . i "
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the bone. On reaching Salmon river it
waa decided to remain there until next
morning. Several of the gentlemen
spent the entire afternoon trying to
catch a fish for the invalid, but the fish
refui-ed to be caught" We bought some
delicious huckleberries, and made a
August 21th we reached Government
Camp and pitched our tent for a day's
rest. Next evening, following the direc
tion of our guide we moved our camp to
' the timber line to save time next day.
AtG:15 a. m. Monday August Lti, under
the guidance of W. G. Steel and Mr.
Shoule, all but Mrs. Gibson started for
the summit of Mt. Hood. At the snow
fields the crowd became generated, live
of the party hastening on, and seven re
maining with the guides to explore the
the glaciers. Supt. Gibson, Mr. Boylan
Mr. Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Wise
soon concluded they had seen enough of
ice caves and started for the top, reach
ing the summit at 1 .30 p. m., having
spent seven hours and 15 minutes in
making the ascent. At this time the
atmosphere was perfectly clear and the
view was simply grand. Mt. Rainier,
Mt. Adams, Mt. Jefferson and the Three
Sisters shone dazzingly white in tbe
sunshine. Tbe party waited an hour
nd thirty minutes for the others to ap
pear, when feeling the cold severely tbe
teacher's meeting was called to order,
and then adjourned to Salmon river.
The descent occupied one hour and
While the rest of the party were ex
ploring the White River glacier, tbe ice
gave way and Mr. Beattie suddenly found
himself 15 ft. lower in the world with a
badly bruised knee. However Mr.
Beattie's motto is "Excelsior" and be
reached the summit with the others at
3:55p m. Three hours later the weary
party reached the camp. It was t jo late
to drive to government camp with safety
so, unluckily, we decided to remain
where we were until morning dawned. I
For lo! these many years we had beard
tales of the sand storms on Mt. Hood j
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yet realized nothing what one could be.
we will never again doubt tbe yarns the
old settlers tell us. If we are told that
whole tents are completely buried from
sight we will not smile.
As soon as morning dawned we piled
everything on the wagons, and started
for Government Camp, four miles away
without breakfast. We reached Salmon
river that evening and decided to spend
the next day in camp. The gentlemen
again tried to catch fish for supper and
this time success smiled upon them.
Mr. Story caught 42 speckled beauties.
August 28 Supt. Gibson called tbe
teacher's association to order.
Miss Porter lead the minutes of the
last meeting, which were approved.
An invitation had been received from
the directors at Redland asking tbe
association to meet at that place in Sept
ember. The invitation was accepted and
Mrs. Jennie Wise, Miss Mollie Talbert
and W. G. Beattie were asked to prepare
a suitable program.
W. Gilbert Beattie recited a humorous
Miss Monroe, Miss Younger and Mr.
Beattie sang "We'U Have to Mortgage
Miss Fannie Porter read a yery able
paier on "Teachers Work." At the
request of the teachers present Miss
Porter promised to read the paper agaia,
as we feel tbat it is too good to be forgot
ten. Miss Monroe spoke of the "Beauty of
Mt. Hood," and as usual her remarks
were well chosen.
Mr. Gary related the "Legends of Mt.
Hood" which were very amusing.
Mrs. Gibson read an original poem on
Mt. Hood. At the request of the associ
ation the poem will be published.
Mr. Anderson spoke at some length on
the inspiration this trip to Mt. Hood
will afford tbe teachers who started for
the top and got there. lie thought the
motto of the teacher should be to "get
there." He believed we should make
up our niinils to be something or do
something, and keep going until we!
reached the 8umn.it. Kvory time we
achieve success through out own efforts j
wo are strengthened, every tune we fail
through our own negligence, we are
weakened. Let us all try to got there.
On motion association adjourned to
meet at lU'dland, the last Saturday in
Ffm out theiliiulv tloiitiiiK mists,
Mt. Homl looks down, ami tr away,
Where t.iintlv in the distance shine.
The sunlit waters of the bay.
Wit Islanding all Hie storms ot years,
I'muoves! slip looks on all below
And Cold aoros hor burning lieart.
A mantle of eternal snow.
! I'ptowering like a lofty soul
I hat knows no tear ol tuie or lime,
Straight upward from the vales bolow
Crowned by the rays of golden hglil,'
( That shine in morning solitude.
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i mi prhie we gaze on old Ml. itood.
The record of the lives we lead.
I Should be a tale of victories won,
Of rirtues honored and believed,
Of truths made plain, of good deeds done.
Itelieving that a cause is just,
lie brave enough to voice the thought,
I Since time Ht last makes all things clear
j When help, not needed, comes unsought.
As thro' unyielding toil today,
We gained the mountain's topmost height
The dangers that beset the way,
May lade to shadows, in the ttght
01 steadfast laith, and firm resolve
To do a noble work on earth
To rouse voung souls to energv
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I i ui mental (iiun ui, biiu moral wuriu.
I We each have work in life to do
! And strength to dare is granted hiui
j o daily strives with pur;ose true.
" hose love and trust have not grown dun
w ho ,JWS the Iu.arest duty nrsl
Whose faith in (iod shines clear and bright
Who wills to make the dear old earth
A better footstool in His sight.
'Ti said that in the years gone by
'Twas written in the Book of Fats
That all things will be granted one.
Who learns to work and pray, and wait.
I know the time will surely come.
In spite of all that may transpire,
When, in this life or in the next,
I shall attain mv heart's desire.
Hertha Maktvn Gibson.
The Best Medicine for Diarrhoea.
Mr. Cooper, of this place, had been
troubled with diarrhoea for three or
four weeks and failed to get anything
tint would check it effectually, until he
used Chamberlain's Colic, Ctiolera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, two doses of which
effected a complete cure. He says it is
the best medicine be ever saw for such
cases. Also that be bad given it to sev
eral families and they always praised it.
R. L. Axdrea St Bko,, Sandy Flats,
Greenville, Co., 8. C. For sale by G. A.
For the many accidents that occur
about the farm or household, such as
burns, scalds, bruises, cuts, ragged
wounds, bites of animals, niosquitoe or
other insects, galls or chafed spots, frost
bites, aches or pains on any part of the
body, or the ailments resulting from ex
posure, as neuralgia, rheumatism, etc.
Dr. J. II. McLean's Volcanic Oil Lini
ment has proved itselt a sovereign
remedy. 25c, 60c and $1 per bottle. For
sale by U. G. Huntley, druggist.
F. R. Andrews, of the Maplewood
farm is now prepared to supply vegeta
bles, fresh, to any part ol the city, and
orders by telephone will receive prompt
attention, as he has telephone connec
tion with every part of the city.
Biickleii's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for Cuts.
Bruises, Sores, I'lcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
peneci sausiacuon or money retunueu.
' . , . . '
l-ui obi; uj vuaiiiiau u. lu., vunrillBM
Freytag's turnips are perfect, sweet
and tender. A trial will convince.
County Treasurer's Notice.
I have funds in my hands for the pay
ment of all Clackamas county warrants
endorsed prior to December 13. 1802.
Also the following endorsed December
13, 1892: No. 11007, $12; No. 11200, $3;
No 11359, $3; No. 11470, $20; No. 11530,
$0 20; No. 11541, $G.20; No. 11555, $5;
No. 11556,15; No. 115, $36.60: No. I
11013, $36 20, No. 11G71, $2,40; No.
11714, 2.20; No. 11720, $10; No. 11721,
$10; No. 11727, $4.30; No. 11755, $5; No.
Interest will cease on the above with
the date of this notice.
M. L. Moobe,
Treasurer Clackamas Co., Oregon.
Dated Okegon City, Or., Aug. 29, 1805.
There is no doubt, no failure, when
you take DeWitt's Colic & Cholera
Cure. It is pleasant, acts promptly, no
bad after effects. C. G. Huntley, Drug
gist. .Man Wanted.
A live man wanted in every township
in Clackamas county to introduce
"Diamond Drip" syrup. Is a first class
article and good seller. Good wages to
a rustler. Address, General Agent, box
443, Oregon City, Oregon.
Mulino Roller mill is in better order
then ever, and is doing as good work as
any. Cash for wheat at all times at tbe
highest market price. Farmers, give
me a chance at your wheat, whether for
exchange or sale. C. T. Howard.
new line Of imported dreflS goods ,
lust received at Charman & Son's Pio-1
neer Store, ranging all the way from
50 cents to $1 per yard, consisting of
serges, suitings, henriettas, etc.
An Absolute Cure,
The Original Abietino Ointment is
ony , p largo two-ounce boxes,
Bm j8 an hHoh,te cure for old sores,
burns, wounds, chapid hands and nil
akin eruptions. Will positively euro all
kinds of piles. Ask for the Original
Abietino Ointment. Sold by V. ii.
Huntley, at L'5 cents per box by mail
a well-worn pocket book on Mam street,
' near I ungregattonai church, containing
between twg and three dollars Finder
I will receive reasonable reward by leav
ing at this office.
For Oregon City residence or business
property the whole or part of a fruit farm
of eighty acres six miles from Vancouver
Wash., all under cultivation, lti acres in
prunes four years old. Impure at I. J.
Stratton's grocery, corner 7th and
Karl's Clover Hoot, the great blood
purilier gives freshness and clearness to
the complexion and cures constipation,
'.Tic, 50e., $1 00 for sale by Geo. A.
Pr. A. 1". Sawyer Sir: Af'.er suffering
for four years with funale weakness I
was pursuaded by a friend to try your
Pastilles, and after using them one year,
I can sav I am entirely well. I can not
J recommend Ibein too highly.
Mrs. M. S. llnok, Bronsou, 1'ulhcl
Branch Co. Mich.
"old by Geo A Harding.
lv XI ilia.
1800 miles of long dis
tance telephone wire in
Oregon and Washington
now in operation by ie
Oregon Telephone and lei-
Portland, Seattle, Spo
kane, Tacoma, Palem,
Walla Walla, I'endletofl.
Albany and 96 other towng
in the two states on the
Quick, accurate, cheap.
All the satisfaction of a
istance no effect to a
clear understanding. Spo
kane as easily heard as
Oregon City office at
Huntley's Drug Store.
J. H. THATCHER, MANAGER,
Portland, - Oregon.
J. P. LOWE,
Ha, located (Bjjjfl
And is prepared to do all kinds of work
in his line. Watches cleaned for 1 1 Each
All work first class and guaranteed.
Give me atrial.
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH - Kpmcnpal - Rev.
Inaac Dawson, Rector. Services Mil o'clock a.
m. Mild 7:30 D. m. Pmvr aprvlcfl ji'pru u-o.l.
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHHRCH.
Kev. J. W.Cowan Pantor. Horvtcei at iu :i0 a. m
and 8:00 p. M. Sunday School after morning
ervlce. Player mcetlnir Wednenday eveninir at
:00o, clock. Prayer meetinirof Young People
8oclety of ChrlHIan Endeavor every Sunday
evening at 7:00 prompt.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. Riv. M L
Rnoo, Paator Morning Service at 11: Sunday
School at 12-15; Evening Service 6:30; Regular
prayer meeting Wednesday evening. Monthly
Covenant Meeting every Wednesday evening
preceding the first Sunday in tbe month. A
cornlal Invitation to all.
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. CATHOLIC Rgy. A
Hillkrhand, Pastor. On Sunday mass at and
10:: a. M. Every second and fourth Sunday
German sermon after the S o'clock mass
At all other masses English sermons. Sunday
School at 2:30 r. X. Vespers, apologetlcal
ublucta and Benediction at 7:80 r. u.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.-Rgv
G. Svkks, Pastor. Morning service at 11
8unday School at 10:00. Class meeting after
morning service. Evening service at 7:0.
Epworlh League meeting Sunday evening
o:.w; rrayer Meeting 1 nursfl
strangers cordially Invited.
8:30; Prayer Meeting Thursday evening at 2:30.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.-Rev. J.
w. Montgomery, Pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and
People's Society of Christian Endeavor !
r. n. naooaiu m.-nooi BL lu A. H . vnntiv
naooain ncnooi at lu A. M.
every Sunday evening at :30. Wednesday
...Mln. r.ai.. mulli.n a. i .Qti a..- . '
EVANGELICAL CHURCH OERM AN H, E.
noKnw;iiu;H, rastor; J. k, i-.iikkt AUtdri
Preaching services every Bundav at it A. M
and 7:30 P. M. Sabbath school every Sunday at
iu a. n.a nr. .i minor man aupt. rrayer Meeting
every Thursday evening
REGULAR SERVICES AT U. B. CHURCH
moruiug and er-mngof 1st and 31 ouridxy of
each month. Sabbath School at 10, A, M. each
Sibbatb. J. D. Surfu., Supt.
W. H. McLain, Pator.
EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH-L.
Grkv, Pastor. ficrmsn service! every Sunday
at 11 o'clock A M. Hnglish services at7:.'i0P.
tlon; Store room next door to bakery In Bhive-
"""ioidk, corner oi seventh and Madison
DR D. S. 8TRVKER, DENTIST, HAS Re
moved to Odd fellows' temple 8. W. Cor 1st
and Alder, Portland, Oregou.
Ono to five acre tracts,
t'lcaiod, mu'loarcd and some
sot t fruit. This proHrty ad
joins the t'hauiitiiipia grounds
at Gladstone park. It is only
1'J minute walk from the mo
tor lino, and vtry di'sirahlti.
4'j in cultivation, 1 a hIiisIiimI.
House with 4 rootiiH. S5 fruit
trios now bearing an abund
ance of iM'rrit'H, watered by
crock. Good roads to Tori
laud and Oregon City. $S5t).
Ilk) fenced 45 in cultivation,
baluiu-e open brush laud. 'J
houses and 2 burns, tl miles
from town price, $ltt nr
Of improved residence prop
erty, inside. Over iliH) lots,
Inside and suburban. Trice
froiii !75 t.. $:".ki. When von
can buy a lot within a few
blocks of your work it is cer
tainly m ie to buy one and tpiit
A No. I Stock Ranch.
550 Aries L'O acrvs in mead
ow, 15 aires cultivation, 35
slashed. 2 houses, 2 barns.
Tienty oi running water, l'rice
8 in cultivation,
slashed 200 fruit l
Httlei. 4 miles from
Ui in cultivation, 7 acres of
livavcrdam land, excellent
fur growing onions. Small
orchard. Itouso l'.j story, ti
rooms with pantry, ll.trn, place
u.l fenced all luipioveuiciits
new ami god. Good road
to Portland and Oregon Ci'v.
Only 2 miles to U. K station.
Crop goes with place if sold
soon. Price, $3250.
Five acre tracts,
Near Oak Grove, on Kast Side
motor line. Price $125 iwr
acre. This property is witlitn
a short distance of where small
tracts are spiling at $300 and
$400 per acre.
Ten acres on West Side,
2'a miles from suspension
bridge. 3 seres cleared, small
house, fine spring water,
splendid place for poultry.
Price only $450. Terms easy.
This is a snap.
Taree Pieces of Business ProDenr,
On Main street, Oregon City,
improved and paying monthly
Part light briiah, balance good
timber. Water by creek.
Farm for fruit, vegetable or I
Poultry Farm. 2'.j miles from
town Good road. Price only
?, pari cash, balance on
long time at 0 per cent.
7 Fenced and cleared. Good
spring water. :) miles from
Oreiwn City. Price, $750,
Five Room House
to rent ; on a level with Main
street, and near business part
ot tne street.
Ten acres on West Side,
1?4 miles Irom suspension
bridge. ?4' mile from where
land is selling at $500 to HKKl
per acre. This will be sold at
A splendid home
In Oregon City, itood two
story house, basement, wood
- shed, cellar and green house.
5 Imh set with a good variety
of fruit trees, now beanui;.
Below the bluff and witlain
half block of Electric Lii,
C. O. T. WILLIAMS
OREGON CITY, OKEGON
A Sovereign Remedy for fjjughi
Colds.La Grippe and all Affections
of TheThroat. Chest and Lungs.
StHO TOR PRIHIR.
For sale by C. O. Huntley.
COURT ROBIN HOOD NO. KO0 A. O. F. OF A
Meets the IA and 4th Fridays of each month
at K P Hall S OU P M.
W. 8. Cram, Oko. R. Wh.ehaht.
Chief Kanirer. Recording Sen
L E. Lawrknci. J. R. Knnrov.
Sul). Chief Hanger. Financial Soo.
1 1 III ' Cum!) Court of Ilia stats n( Orvgmi for
tuv e.iiitity ui Catkuiuai,
1 1 tho niKilvr ol the stal ol I'hlllp Mn irs, d.
cH e I.
N-OTICK H IIK'tRI
IIY UIVKN, THAT THK
Cntinlv C'Mtrt ef IMmi'ms'iiiii e'Miiny, Or a u. ad-
iiniiistrMier of the usutti uf l'nllh Miimiu, lu.
uiiitod . All 1ir.oiiN h'tvtiig eiatiu sg'tlltit 'lei
u-ttOeot m.ii.I Chi it Moore, tteeesvd, ale here y
uotltl.'i! to troiiit iii Bim iluiy ve-ii d for
I', n t'iit lo the uieleraliriiml at Ills oltlen lu K
gle t'r.H-a, -ahi eoniitv sti'i siaif, nr it the v
itites oi C II ,ti 1. t'. I.tiour lie or lien. t'.
Ilri.wetil lu o u ui citv, i: ai'sa'iiss luiiniy,
uttu Oi Oregon, w .thin six imntlis fr mt dnie,
('. II. SMI I II, Adiiil'iltt'iilor,
Ongiiii I'ltr, ir gnu, Augit-t IIV, IX'.'.V
t l A II. C. 1, iiimteiiu and lieu. I' Itrnnnell,
H-lii t I ; j Alio n V lor A im'..
People who deslrt raspberries for can
ning, rod or black, can do well Ly ap
plying to Tompkins Ibolheis.
lllaiik note, receipt and order books
at the FsTKiti'HisK ollice.
"For Charity Suffcrclh Long."
Mr. Laura C. Phoanla. nilwsukM, Wis.
"Jlatrvn Urmrftent Horn
and kuuwlni the giHxl Ir. Ml lea' Nurvma
bat done me, my wtn to tiulp olhura, over
Coin ea my dull lor the puhlk-lty, this
letter may (lire ois. in Not. and lire., ltC,
Tkti imtmatr had the l.mdrippr."
and 1 wuona of the Unit. Hoaumlni duty
loo soon, with tlit rare ot so oiany !-;, I
did not regain my health, and In a month
J6craaM to debilitated mnd nemma
from siefpinuiniMa and tun drafu inulo on
my littllijr, mat it w'u a quontlon If I could
Ito cm. A dear friend aiivlmil oia lo try
ttr. Jftilrt' Krmtoratlr Arrvlne
I Kaik ; isiitie and am uuupy u my, I am
In tie tier nrulih limn rer. I still rontlnua
Mt vrramlonal liar. Nrrro food,
an niy wurit u rery trying. A letter ad
uretou'd to Mliwauxee, WU., will reach mv.'
June e. ISM. Mint. Lacka C. i'liorstx.
Ir. Miles' Nerrlne U sold oa a pnaltlr
f iiaraiiu- that the tin. I Uittle will iM'iiellL
All Oru-ilUsll It II bottles fur tA. or
It will in-win. prepaid, on rts'eiin uf prii a
by Uie ir. Milos Medical Co.. Klkluirt, lud.
Dr. Miles' Nervine
Caked & Inflamed Udder:,
Bruises and Strains,
Harness & Saddle Sores,
AH Cattle Ailments,
All Horse Ailments,
All Sheep Ailments,
Membrane and Tissue
Quickly to the Very
Seat of Pain and
Ousts It in a Jiffy,
Rub in Vigorously.
Mustang Liniment conquers
Makes flan or Beast well
ClrllGKEfl R&IS1HQ PAYS
(you uc the Petal urn
Make money wnm
oltiers ore wasting
i.aiili(JKic""" wu 111
it H-vrv Vl
Inustrated 1 1
Article needed for lhtCli 9fltalou0
wtiiltrv hnuiilf aA. rRKB,
mechanically the brst
Ie are Pacific Coast
Airenta. Bicycle cata-
full itrsrrlptlon, prlree, etc.. AOBirra wabtiiS.
PETALUMA I1TCUBAT0R C0.,Petalima,Cii.
Bkahch llnms, m B Main Ht., tjot Anrlra
O) ft v
E. McNeill, Receiver.
(lives tho fluiifo of
JFC O XJ TX" X3 !E
NORTHERN RY, PACIFIC RY.
ST. PAUL. Kansas City.
Low Rates to all
Leave Portland every livo duvH for
FaHt mail train leaven Portland
daily at S: lo p. m.
The Pallen local leaven Portland
daily including Sunday at N:0' a.
in. connect in ? at Kast Portlund
with S. P. incoming overland train.
For full detailn call on or nd
dr., W. II. HUKLHURT,
Gen. Paitnenger Agent,
Received a gold medal mid iliploimi
at St. Louin I'mivention of
Third and Morrison Streets,
The New Way East
... AND ..
O. R.&N.Co. Lines.
THE SHORT ROUTE.
T' I'OIN TH IX ,
.Through Tickets on Sale
Ta on,l C-nn, ) WahHINOTO.N,
And all jHiintH in the
The OKKAT NOHTIIKH.N RAILWAY Is t now
trmisrrintliDiiitnl line. Itiini hulTntllbrrjr
nlisorvntliui nnrs pnlsre sluiln ami diiilng
mrs, tnmlljr tourlsi rluupurs etui tvcuuil ols
Hiivliijr riu-k lisllsst trurk, the (I It E AT
KoKT (IKKN ItAII.WAV la tri-e Inim dust, one
ot the duel aiiuuyiiiices uf trnincuuiluonul
RiMiinl trip tlnkots with stop over prlvllonn
ami i IhiIcu ol return routus,
Kast mull trill n leaves 1'orllaml dully st
8:4.'i p. in. over O. II. A N. C'o.'s Mail lor all
points on our lines.
Kor lurtlier Informntlou Call upon or wrlto,
C. C. DONA VAN, General Agont,
122, Third Street,
r. I. Whitney O P AT. A.
Ht. Paul. Minn.
Steamer G. W. Slmver,
Will leave Portland, foot of
Wawhinnton Street, for ClatHkanio
and way landings, Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday mornings at 6
o'clock, and return to Portland
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays
This tho most direct and aceenmiiiln
route to the Nehalem Vally only
nine nines trom tlatskanie.
Shaver Transportation Co.
Step's Sootnmg Powders.
tor Uiiiarun Cutting their Tteih.
IN USE OVER FIFTY YEARS.
Rtllta fmtrlik Htat, prmtnt flti, Comulstani, tnt
prtttnt a htalthy ,tat of tht coettltu(wi
. . . luring tht puttot ot tftninq.