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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 10X)
eM vlth . y . ao,, ,k
IW4 at th ellawil
Umtt, m1r, lova,
'Haunting la trlpl bUmJ aiajMti
of ik f ill ottwr arifta hora,
ft) Ml tlx g.ild OmIi of Iragrnl!
Xow, whilt 11m trunii knock upoa (ha ft
)i,, hU U ma of brtta InloitraUal
l il at th rllamt TWt It Mory
II:, arartmrd cniriof alM th rara
At lth' vol in th tld hr aartl(
AnJ boar with blood tln4 trlanpk criaa,
rv,d at th tllmatt Wall aith Ufa alata,
DrJ at tk dunai I 0 anprMinat (tUl
Martha IHclloau la Oratory.
Ha Waa a Xodal Bacbalor, but
His Lormaln Waa Far
6, Sheila E. Brain. 1
Mr. Markham Oddl waa a model
lodprr. a old lachelor and a heart
whole man-that la to av. be waa al!
Ibree ontll the day. ronalderably iat
til fortieth birthday, lhat a peclal
fate took him lu (mud and brought
blm fai to fai with the younger of
two ladle who had rwetuly com to
lire In one of the house opposite.
They were evidently mother and
'daughter. Both wer comely, and the
last named of tbe two bad on of the
sweetest face it bad ever been Mr.
OdJIe'a luck to behold. 8b happened
to drop a small parcel will walking
along tbelr mutual road, and b hur
ried after ber with It. Th smll wltb
which ah received It went straight
through Mr. Oddl's aomewhat anti
All tbe evening be thought of that
mile. - When be went to bed, b en
deavored, with th aid of three cao-
dlea. to get an Impartial view of that
region on th top of hi bead where
the hair ougbt to have been, but now,
alas, was not That bald spot bad not
troubled blm much np to that time.
Now he regarded It wltb mltrut.
Mr. Oddle bad led an amiable, punc
tual uneventful existence, going to
and returning from tbe city every week
Jay wltb regularity and dispatch th
kind of person who I never asked for
his season ticket He wa comforta
bly off and had no one dependent up
on him. The few relative t pos
sessed lived In the shires.
Mr. Oddle had remained a bachelor
mil these years possibly because no
body bad set to work to marry blm.
It was not that be objected to women.
On the contrary, he admired the fair
sex, as a whole, quite unreservedly.
But be bad never given bis heart to
any one particular woman, and bla
landlady looked upon blm as a fixture.
The returning of that apparently In
nocent looking parcel marked an ep
och. Life was never tbe same again
to tUe little old bachelor. He bad nut
watched Miss Hexham'a gentle face
and well developed but graceful figure
for ten days before be became con
Ticctd that It was not good for a corn
dealer to live alone. I
"A man wanted softening Influences '
about him' here he hurled a piece of
fried ham to the cat "be needed a
gf title hand to guide and restrain blm." :
Mr. Oddle at this point discovered that
be had forgotten to wind his watcb up .
the uijrht before. !
The truth was be was In love and i
with a young woman wltb whom he I
Lad never exchanged a syllable. He '
lea rued ber name from bis landlady,
an austere person, whose mind was i
act cpon a curious form of religion and
wbq did not take much thought about
frivolous worldly matters.
Questioned discreetly by ber lodger. !
this worthy but depressing person 1
t-oulJ tell him little regarding the two
ladits who were now the objects of !
such tender Interest to him. They
were a Mrs. and Miss Hexham, so she
bad beard, and Mrs. Uexman was ei
ther deaf or dumb, or It might be
both, for her daughter talked on ber
fiDjjfrs to ber. 'nl she answered back
In tbe same way.
Mr. Oddle' courtship was a very de
corous affair. In Spain, despite his
years, be would doubtless bare adopt
ed the role of an "iron eater." as the
youth who goes courting under his
ladylove's balcony Is styled.
But In sober, unromantlc England
tbe suitor does not eat Iron or sere
nade tbe queen of bis heart on the
guitar. He has to be properly Intro-
ducd, and the little corn dealer, know
ing this respectable custom, would
lave given anything for an Introduc
tion which would have allowed him to
mil and establish friendly relations. !
Tue months passed, and still be could I
not get that thin but necessary end of
tbe wede In. The mother and daugh
ter seemed to have very few friends
aud never went out probably on ac
count of Mrs. Hexham's affliction. It
was bard upon the daughter. Mr. Od
31i; thought, but he admired ber all the
mere for her self sacrifice.
Ml3 Hexham became aware of bis
devotion, of that Mr. Oddle was con
vinced. When, they met and be took
care that they did meet pretty often
be ventured to raise his hat, and smiles
were exchanged. But there the affair
jnlted. to tbe poor little man's fre
flucrt despair. He could get no "for-
Once, when be attempted to speak,
31 !ss Hexham turned tbe color of a red
irose and promptly hurried away.
"1 hav never been properly Intro
duced, that Is why." was Mr. Oddle'i
anguished reflection. "She must have
been exquisitely brought up, the very
iplnk of propriety." .
"Pnmetlilnff will hsv to he doner
B .. - .
-cried the poor man desperately on tb
ly that be went to tbe city without a
tie. and an unfeeling acquaintance Jeer
d at blm and Inquired If bla liver wer
out of onhT. Ilia llvrl IVrtsh th
thought! It was bla heart
IU tltvlttisl nt U'UKth that. Ilk He
klah. h would ak for l'U from
heaven, lie would tfiid I ho ot'Jeot of
hi adoration a bouquet, an anoiiyinona
bouquet of Hie cholcvat. Sh would
urvly cues from whom It (nine. If
alio i.laeed It In the window, he would
ivri,.. i.. ira tieiiiam. nolaln him-
iuir aut hi luteatlona and rrqueat:
permission to rail.
Mr. Oddle took a holiday the day th
bouquet was ent o(T from Coveut liar
den To ilt itlll In hi offle wa a ,
thin liupooIM. II went for a Ion
raiw hut whora hi neat little lee
took hltu ha waa never abl to say,
Th next day th aony Inctvased,
Tber wa no alcn. Mr. Oddl fell
plump Into th depth of despair and
was convinced that be bad offended
bis ladylov. II bad not been proper
ly Introduced. Th phra becam a
perfect nlghlmar to him.
But th second day tber wa th
bouquet In th window In all Its (lory,
ami. moreover, Miss Hexham waa
bending over It Inhaling Ita perfum.
Sh wa a beautiful woman, not too
young for a man abem In bla prim.
Tb wonder wa that aucb t treaaur
had not been mapped np before.
Markham Oddl wrote to Mr. Hex
bam. It took him hour and hour to
compose the letter, and It wa tb most
dellcloualy old fashioned eplstl ever
Denned In a practical century. Two
whole day elapsed befor a llttl not
ram !o reply:
"VI ra llaihata nreaent ber compli
ments to Hr. Mar It Jain ocai 'ana
would be pleased to ae him If b
could make It convenient to call thla
renin g between 8 and 9 o clock."
1 lie note was a formal one. but when
tbe agitated little old bachelor waa
shown Into the sitting room at Holm
wood Mrs. Hexham, wbo waa alooe,
received blm wltb a very kindly mil.
Her eye looked as If ah bad been
"riease tak a seat" tb said. "It
has been very close all day, baa It
"Terribly," answered tb vUltor.
"Do you feel the beat much?"
"Tea. I am afraid 1 do." wa the re
ply, and Mr. Odd! auddenly recollect
ed that bla future motber-ln-law wa
aid to be deaf and dumb. Tbla lady
wa certainly neither.
"My daughter." aald Mr. Hexham
after a pause, "dealred me to tell you
bow very, very grateful she Is to you
for your letter and the flowers. 6b
has gone away for a abort time to atay
wltb friend. She h rfc-iight It
Oddle sat there, nnable to utter a
word. "She had gone away because
she thought It best" That meant that i
there was no hope for blm.
Mrs. Hexham'a eyes filled wltb tear
as she looked at him. "OU." be cried,
"I am ao orry-o very sorry! You
are auch a good. Mnd bearti-d man. I
am aure. Of cottrre you did not know
or you would not hare though: of It."
"Thought of whatr a!:ed Mr. Od-
"Of marrying ui$ poor Agatha. You
did not know that she Is deaf and
Mr. Oddle stared at tbe speaker In
blank amazement It was fully a min
ute before be grasped tbe significance
of what she was saying. It was the
daughter, not tbe mother, who was
"afflicted." a Mr. Iloper would have
phrased It. He wa silent aud Mrs.
"My poor girl la very sensitive, and
your kindness went to her heart I can
Mr. Oddle pulled himself together
and rone to bis feet At tbla moment
there was something almost noble
about bis rather tubby Uttle figure.
"Madam," he aaid firmly, "your
daughter Is an angel, and I love ber.
Will you have tbe goodnesa to give me
ber address-that la. If you will aanc-
tlon my asking ber to do me tbe honor
to be my wife?"
"It seems rather unconventional,"
she said, "but It Is not exactly an ordi
nary case. Is It? And I am sure you
are a good man. Mr. 8cdley. tbe vicar,
was talking about you only tbe other
day and saying bow charitable you
were. Agatha has the sweetest dispo
sition, and she la so quick you hardly
realize that she Is not like other peo
ple. Indeed. I think you would be very
"I think we three would be very hap
py together," answered Mr. Oddle, em
phasizing the "three." ne took the
widow's hand and kissed It wltb old
It la unnecessary to mention at what
unearthly hour Mr. Oddle required bis
breakfast tbe next morning or to state
that be hardly ate a mouthful of It
In the afternoon of the same day
Mrs. Hexham might have been seen
reading a telegram with a beaming
face. It was not a long one. for it con
tained only five words, "Love from
Agatha and Markham." Sketch.
Owla never have been popular birds,
and Pliny tells ua that on two occa
sions a large owl baring made Its ap
pearance In the streets of Rome a
solemn ceremony was performed by
the whole city In order to avert the
catastrophe which was believed to be
foreshadowed by visits from aucb un
canny birds. Savages hare erer as
sociated disaster wltb tbe appearance
of an owl. a raren or a crow, while
eren tbe bumble sparrow baa excited
distaste at times.
In folklore wltb birds, as wltb many
other animals, not a few of the myths
as to death or III fortune are asso
ciated, and eren In these adranced
daya there are many places where all
hope of a sick person's recorery would
be abandoned If It were known that a
crow, a rook or a Jackdaw bad flown
over the house wherein the oerson
iay m, a Bmiar belief attaching to the
appearance of a white pigeon and In
tbe Orkneys to tbe ring ousel.
Th V J 1 1 Thatr.
Kotiietltnr tlu vaudeville ttirtr la
an Imllvlihml anl ludopendont enter-
prise; more often It iM'loiitf to a citvuii.
j Tho patronaire, ex pernio aud rwelpt
am mormon. One dtvult will p
for all. It ha a theater III Now York,
j on lu Philadelphia, on lu IWvston. ami
j ono In I'rovldemv, and they ftlv no
Sunday iMTforuianeea, ami Jet theae
four theater entertain over R.OOO.l)
people every year, give employ men t to
3."0 attache and to 3.500 actor.
Four thouaand people pa In aud out
of each one of theao theater dally.
'Ten thouaand dollar ar distributed
ea. b week In anlrtrte to the aetor and
to the attseho. Tak on thea
ter for example, the house lu lloaton.
It la open th year round, and It coat
. f7. week to keep It ohi. while It
patrons will average WHO every
week. On a holloay It will play to from
10.000 to V2.WO people.-Kfom "Tb
Vaudeville Theater." by Kdwln Milton
Hoyle, In Scrlbtier'a.
Ora)a4 for Artloa.
Poftletgh-I aw-had ui wind wead
by a pwofesalonnl itilud weader we
cently, doneher know?
Mia Cuttlug-lndetsl! And what did
be charge you?
Softlelgh Koah dollar.
Miss Cuttlng-What an outrage! Why
don't you have htm arrested for ohta!u
! Ing money under fale pretense ?-
Th other tm Blaaae.
"You cau't keep a secret Marie."
"Tea, I can; but I alway happen to
tell thing to other girl who can't."
A little sugar taken wltb water, not
loo cold. In cae fooal la not obtalnatili-.
will relieve any feeling if exhauatluu
tnd sharp hunger.
Nal th A4rlr l: (.
After spending more than a quarter
of a century In active bualnesa life In
tbe city a certain merchant purchased
t ranch which be cousldera to be ad
mirably adapted for dairy farming.
Having bad no practical tralulng In
agricultural pursuits, be I dependent
for his knowledge of the art upon
those books which purport to tell the ur
an bred how to do tbe trick. He desire
! to learn all he can concerning dairying
and for advice betook blmavlf to bla
friend and pastor. Iter. Dr. Stebblnv
In whose omniscience and wid read
ing be baa absolut confidence.
"Do you know anything good on
milk, doctor?" h aaked th venerable
man of UL
The Jovial pulpiteer, wbo know
more of tbe "sincere milk of tbe word'
than of any other lacteal fluid, n
"Yes, my dear air, 1 believe 1 aro
j famillar wltb tbe best thlug on milk
that can be found anywhere."
"What I It doctor?" eagerly and
J unsunjHx-tlugry asked the budding
"Cream," ejaculated the preacher aa
be hurried round th corner. an
Francisco New Letter.
GEKMAN EVANGELICAL Ll'TH
EKAN IMMANUAL CH I'KCH-Cornai
Eighth and J. (j. Alann atrreta; Itrv.
Ernest J. W. Mara, alor. bumlav aclino
SI ! A. M., atwkly aervu: every Ttiurwlay
aid P.M. German aehool evrry Maturla)
from 9 to li Everybody invited.
8T. JOHN'S CHURCH. C ATHOLIC.-Rav. A
HiLLtaXD. PaaUir. On iluDilajr maual
10 JO a. Eerjion'l and lourtb iJumlai
German acrmon after tha S o clock in
At all other niauca Knsllnh acrmon. HutxUj
School at i M) r. M. Veper. ipol'trtlca)
tublecia and Benediction at 7 SO r. a.
METHODIHT EPHCOPAL CIll'kCII.-R-
H. Ober, paator. Moroloc aerrlr at III
ufiWr Hcbnol at 10 00. Clau metln( altet
momlnr tervlra. Kvenlos aervlc at 7 JO
Epwortb League mretins Hunday erenltif al
30; Pra;er Meetlnc Thurtdajr reuli it 7 JO
ilraniera eordlallv Invited.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHI'RCH.-Riv. A
J. MnntK'imcrjr. Paalnr. Hervice at II a M. and
7 0 r. a. Habbath Hchool at 10 a. M. Young
People' Society of Christian Endeavor meet
avery 'Monday evening at SO. Ihmaday
evening prayer meeting at 7 JO. Beali free.
EVANGELICAL CHLKfll-Oiriier ol
Eighth and .Madiioii street. U-v. 8. (,'opley
pa" or. Services every HaMialh at It a. ni
and 7:13 p. tu. Simula Hchool 10 s. m
lrayer meeting 8 p. ni. All are welcome
HT PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHcT.OII
Rev. I. K. Hammond, Hector. rWvice
every Hunrlav at 11 a. m, ami 7 :.'Wi p. m.
.Sunday school at 10 o'clork, hi rvire every
Friday evening at7:.'i0. Other aerviwa at
may be announced. All neat free. Huang
en cordially invited.
corner of Main and Eleventh street Re v.
E. S. ISolliiiKr, pastor. Morning aervice
IOi.IO;. Sunday Hchool 12; Junior Endeavor
5; V. V. 8. C. E. prayer meeting (1:30;
evening service 7 :w.
FIRST BAPTI8T CIlrUCH.-Hev. J.
II. Jieuven, paitor. Preaching service
every Sunday si 10-30 ami 7:.'Wp. m. Nun.
day school at 12 noon to 1 p. in, Junior
mtet in the afternoon and thedemor Young
Per pie' society and liilile study i-la-a al
0:15 p. ni. Thiirdav evening, regular
prayer service at 7:.x p.m. Widuemlay
evening, Bible study clan at Y. M. C, A.
rooms led bv the pantor.
One lot and two houses on Monroe
street between Sixth and Seventh streela
OreKoii City. IIouhus conntantly rented
at 7 per month, each (1,250.
Dimick & Kahtiiam,
Persons knowing tbeineelves indebted
to this paper are requested to pay up, as
a paper cannot be run on promises.
Don't take the paper out of the post
office for a number of years and then
talk about ordering it stopped when yon
are called on to pay. The longer yea
wait, the Larder it is to pay.
Mothers endorse it, children like it,
old folks use it. We refer to One Min
ute Cough Cure, It will quickly core all
throat and lung troubles.
Geo. A. Harding,
A O V. W. meet vrr Saturday
evening in tb A. I. V. W. Tempi -(),hj.
K. t'alitr. aecretarr.
Kelwaaii Wlllainetln Ib'lx-kali lx'ir
No i imx't second and fourth rridayol
r,'lt mould at I. O. O. V. Tempi. -.Ulla
iVurl Kobin Hoo.1 No. P. Kontei ul
America, meet tlrl and tliird Friday la
H e month in liisl Men' 1111. W. I.
Stallotd ,H'rrUry ; K. T. Kogor. chinl
riarkam Oupler No. 2, K. A. M.,
meet on the third Monday l Mch
month in Masonic Hall. M. Hollack,
Pioneer Chapter No. 2H, O. K. S. iii'l
(he e-ond and fourth Tuesday In each
month at Monlc Hall.-Mis Jeiuilt
Oregon Ixxlg No. . I. 0. O. K.. meet
ev.ry ihurmlay in IMd rllo 1111.
T. t'. Kyn, aecttUry.
Kail Knrampnient Ni. 4. I. O O. t.
inert flrat an l thirl Tuesday In each
mouth. J. A. Muarl, avcrvtary.
tlrlr of IVmtii meal vrr Monday
nihl al i;liii'i hall. I load IWumIii,
S. !. rVrlpture; Mn, May Taylor ae-riafjr.
Kedmen Wacheno Trlr No. 13. Imp.
O K. M . meeU Saturlay vening 7:,
at Ur,l Men's IU11.-N. M. Momly, C.
o( K. ; t'ba. W. Kelly, trheiu .
Mulinuttuh i No. 1, A. K. A. M
meet flrat and third Saturday in each
moiiili at Maaouio 1111. T. K. Uyan,
Mead Kelirf Corp No 1. Uierd al
Willamette 1111 th flrat Monday in
every nio(1tli at 2 o'clock p. m. and th
thirl Monday in every month al 7.iU
o'rlui k p. m die Auiiliarv meet al
the Armory bu.ldlng th lt and 3rd
Saturday in each month at 3 u'clork p.
m. Mr. Kuaiim Foula, prridenL Mr.
Mary L. Bradley, rx.-reUrr.
l'niiel Artlaan meel every Thor.ly
evening of ai-h motilli at the Wiiiamett
Hall. Thosorl! meeting of tin order
i nvond Thurarey of each month. K.
II. I'ouper, tirrtary, M. lMlMk M. A.
Willamette Fall Cmp No US. W. 0
W. meet 11 and 3rd Fridai In th
Wiiiamett 1111. C. C, Sol. . Walker
and rlerk 0. Old.
Iine Pin Iodrf, No. M, A. F. A A.
M., UMan, Or., meet on the MHjnd
Saturday in each month from lb lat of
My to lt of November at i p. m. and
from lat of NovemUr to lat of May at
10 a. m. Cieo. C. Armstrong. Soc.
Catholic Knliiht of America St. John's
Pinch No. 647, nieu every Tuesday ol
Tualatin Tent, K. O. T. M.. meet I
Red Men' 1111, ou second and fourth
Wednesday ti. II. lltt, rw-d
Oregon Cily Camp, No. o1 M'lern
WiKxImertof America merta every at-rond
and fourth Tnewtay in the month, at
Willamette Hall ti. (iroawnl)cher,
Meade Tout No. 2, O. A. H , ineeU
ft ml Monday evening in each month at
Wilamt'lta lUll. J. H. Williams, Com.
Lawton Command No. 1, U (Jrmon
Union Veteran L'nu-n merla aecoii l Sat
urday 1 p. m. in lied man 'a ball anl
fourth Saturday at 7 p. m, in T. F. Cow
T Car Coadlpailaa rorv. 1
Take tvw-cet Canilv t lhfla I'M orBt
It C C C tall lo cure druggitu refund Bioeey.
At Itfd Time.
I tak pleasant berb drink, tb next
morning I feel bright and niy complex
ion K better. My doctor say it a ta
gently on the stomach, liver and kindeya,
anl is a pleasant laxative. It ia made
from herb, and is prepared as easily is
lea. It i called I.ane'i Medicine. All
druggist sell it at 2'c and W ct.
Lane' Family Medline move the
bowels each day. If ;oti cannot ki It .
send for a free sample. A Mrrse, Orator
F. Wotdwr:i. LfKoy, N Y.
I'orlland and Mcatlile Sp4-rla'.
I'.cnlnninK Saturday June '.UKh and
every Saturday thereafter the Astoria
A Columbia Stiver Kailroad Co. will ran
Portland ami Seaside sx-i lal to leave
Portland at 2 M0 p. in. and run through
direct without transfer, arriving at Sc-
siue at o:w p. m. and riiurmliK leave
Seaside Sunday at 5:00 p. m, and arrive
at Portland at 0:40 p. in.
The Latent Yarn,
A Pittsburg drummer tells this new
yarn: I always carry a bottle of
Kemp's Palnam in my grip. I take
cold easily and a few doses of tbe Hal
srftn always makes me a well man.
Everywhere I go I speak a b'hx! word
for Kemp. I take hold of my custom
ers I take old men and young men.
and tell them confidentially what I do
when I take cold. At druggets, 25c and
Why You Should Insist on Having
EUREKA HARNESS OIL
Uncfjualcd by any other.
Renders hard leather soft,
Keep out water.
A heavy bodied oil.
An eacellent preservative.
Reduces cost of your harneaa.
ever burns the leather j its
Efficiency is increased.
Secures best service,
titche kept from breaking.
ti sold in aU
ftraadard OH ('rapaay.
D0KH THI1 Ml HI UK TUll
Muddy coinplfiloii, Niietln: btealli
coino Imiii iliioiild ronallpalloii. Karl'a
Clover IUmiI Tea la an abaolul cur and
ha Ihii aHiLt for lllly t,t"
Intd iiuarantcfi. I'rlc t'U. ami f0 rl.
U. tl. Iliiutlo)', iUKifll.
Iloal fur the llowrla.
No inatle' what all You, lied li lo
cancer, you nlll never el ell until
your botU at put rliiht, CAstM
HKTS help nature, cur you U!ioul a
Itnp or pain, prwlucn y nturl
moyement, coal you Juat 10 cvnl to
start yvdllnf your b.lll h' l. I' A
AKCKTS Candy C(liitl', th irxnuln,
put up In ItirUl U'r, vry tablet ba
0. C. C. slampv't on It IUwr of
Tb Acborn l'l.', nr Pahhwu
On of th tlnet farm In Clackama
coiiniy, Kii'jmrvi of ! I'orter,
lleaaly I !.
ft I I . A .Imam L I H Vift
1 Iran IOOH nirn . - -
I Uauly wilhout It. t rla. Canity t athar-
tie cln yuur mi aut arp it riran, ii
tirring up th Uiy hr and Jiiving all Im
tiuntir lium tli IhIv. lUam today to
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lid that an kly ImIhui rumiiiriioa by taking
I aat-ar!, lruiy l"f ln rm. aii orug
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' Nuul utarrh .pO' Vy y -M " '
mont by My a t're.i Halm. b. b la ar.
at ly anui.atie. ll la rivd Ihlooch tha
ti.-trtl, eUn and hvla lit whoU auf.
fa.-a or ht' h II diffita-e "lf I'ruk'KUU
!! U 6lc. alt! Irial al by mail, 10
caul. Tl II and you ai aur l cotiliuua
To aavou luifial lo." hn a J arllal
to th u of .' n.li" I" a j tvti'it leui U
iulo lh tMl jatM ttit.irri.tl Irv.
hut, th pfprtrtore prt-wa t'rm IWlm In
ll,, old fcm. M-k will knoan Wy'a
Lkiu.d Cui lulm. I'rlia tmlmbna' U
prayma UU U 7iuuU lri(;si or li
tuatl. lie liquid form iubodia th lw4
Iciaa prvpru of th oh4 iUoa.
Your tram will have the loal
of care and
Full Measure of Feed
W. H. Y0UNC, Prop..
!! VV. H. Cook.
Liver Kips on Short Notice.
Telephone No. 43.
Opp. Huntley'a Drug Store,
FORTY YLARS LXI'tKIEXCE
Ureal Britain and America. j
Kurka lUrnr fill I th Im
prrMrvaiK of now iMtix-r
ami Hi m rrnoUir ol on
Uthrr. II olla, onnf hlwh.
naauiJ i.olu. I
en rixif tmM hnm. roar M4 h.
. ml four rrllp iu itwy
ill not imir lu.k win Inn ,
hnr. Hudl rvrrhrtlit rn l
IW Irom ball iliiU la uukio.
.f mitiu an ia.
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f tin hi in m w i t
tmAn iai to. , IWMp, nMr"a
M Do You
Know tho News
You can hav It all (or
In lb Fyiilng Toh (tram, of port.
land tlrtiiill. ll la ll.a t..uu
y ruing newapaiier puliil,e.f a
rj tlrognii j It ronlalna all Ida iM
Pj of tha Stat and of tbe ,N !(,,
j Try ll fr a nionth, A san.p'a
pi r.y will I liiailnl to you (r,
J. C BRADLEY'S
l.lvcry,KHl ami HaloHuhl
un'atiu bitwcixi tmi aatixii gin
pouhl anJ Hingl IUg. and u
til hor always on hand at Ut
lowest jirlcv. A corral) ronnrcttd
with lh harn for i lUn k.
Infoytnatlun rgardln any kind gt
atoi k I'fomi'lly atund4 to by rMi f
Horses Douvht and told.
Ilorw lUrU.i and 14 on ra
rranfei and Expre,
Freight and parcel delivered
to all part of tho city.
' Dirjests what you eat.
Nature In lrongllieoln(r tod recoo
trucllnjr tho eibaustf'd UlctlT o
U an. Illlliatt(itM,uVf rl dltft
ant and tonla No clln-r prcparaiU
can apprnoch It In rfllflencjr. H lo
tnntly n-llcvpsand prrtuanently eur
Ihrgprratia, Indltfration, Hcarlhuro,
Klatulonce. Kur Ktomarh, Naunra.
i Hhlc llcadarhe,(Satrallii.frami
Prlra W. atxl It. Ur alaafooUloal'i Vtm
Pror4 by t. C. 0WITT a CO , CMcog
Slalo Normal School,
l-'all Irrui ojrn .Srjitrmlirr iHlh.
The stiidrtita of the Normal rU-hn.il r
prrparrd to take the state certificate Im
nirdiatrly on railiiation,
OrsduMte readily aeitire ummI jwiailioirt
l'.itK-nae of year from f 120 to fijo.
Strung academic and profraalonalcoiirarl.
New atH-rial ilrtmttinriit ill manual training
Well rtiijM-d tritiiii department.
Por catalogue containliix full aiinoiinct
inrftt, addrrM P. L. Ca vil'liKLI.,
W.C. WKWN.Sec'y of I'acully.
or heat Winchester tni
munition h usctl by every
is and soM everywhere.
1 name ancl address on a
card for uS-pagc illu
d caUilomic. It h free.
Winchester Repealing Arms Co.
uru uiviim CiNN.
Market St., 5an pranclnco, Cal.
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