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OREGON CITY KNTERVMSK FRIDAY, OCTORKK 4, 1001.
PEIIXJI KXT rilOI'ERTT SALE.
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Ann Oault, lot 12. blk IS, 0. I. A 8.
Co.'e first sddillon to Oaego. Aeaeaaed
I I3.f5, snd sold to J. J. Johnson (or
A. II. Geo'ge, 11 14, blk 8. Puth Orw
con City. Assessed at fS.SO. and sold to
r. H. Marlay for SO cents.
Barah lieorir, lot 13, Houth Orison
Cily. Assessed at fS.80, and sold to P.
II. Marlay (or 50 cents.
R. W. Gilbert, administrator, lota 4, 5,
8 n.l P, in A. P. Smith's anl Charity
Phillips' d 1c, I2. r?e. Assessed at
1S 3tt, and aol! to Aurie M. draper (or
Koheit (ilen, a of lot 4 and lot 6, blk
10, Rolr'wn. Afw ansl at I11.P8, and
axM to 1'. M Mrlay (or 50 rente.
A. J. Guodriih, ne sec 16,1 4 a, r S e.
Asxtssed at 7.20, and aold to I II. Mar
lay (or $4.
K. C. lioddsrd. a4' ac Sfi, 1 4 , r 6
Assessed at $7.8, and aold to C V.
Bat low (or ft.
Annie Green, of se4' tec 16. M
, r S f. Attested at $22 63, and aold to
E. II. Cooper and M. N. Baron (or $4.
Tavtili Guh-ippe, n v'a arc 2, t 2 a. r 5
Aseed at $7 'JO. and aold to Miss
J. II. LueliiiiK (or 3.W.
B. Gri, e,' aw 16, t 7 , r S a. Ae
caeed al fAI.JU, and tola to J. J. John
on for $7.
Gladstone Real Estate Association,
projerty in Gladstone. AwJ at
f 2744 24, and aold to Male Land Hoard
E. II. Habigbortt, trustee. tS' blk 4.
Oswego Heights; lota 4. 5. 6. 7 and 14,
blk 36, South Omeo. Assessed at
$23 32, and aold to J. J. Johnson (or
William Habn, undivided lot 2. blk
43, 0. I. A S. Co 'a 6rat addition to
O'vrgo. Attested at 12.59, and aold to
J. J. Johnson (or 13.
A. E. Hammond, lota land 2, blk 5;
lot 15, Ilk 4; lot 16, blk 2, Rosewood.
.Ateetted at f 43 28, and aold to Oregon
Iron & Fleel Co. (or f4.
HoMeo Haipreavee, lot 1, arc 11, 1 4 a,
r 4 e . Attested at (4 62, and aold to G.
E. Hinrite (or 12. .
Trilla E. Hatch, lot 9, 'blk 6. rieaant
riace add tioo to Oregon City, AeeeeeeJ
al r.X.0H, and aold to T. F. Ryan (or $6.
Et'ateof O. C. Hanaon, allot oi4'
aec32. eaelof Butte oreek, t 6e, r2e.
Assessed at 3 34, and aold to T. F. Ryan
11. W. Hatch, lota 37, 33 and 39, blk
tr;lots2lto33. inclusive, blk 91. Min
tborn. Attested at $24.53, and aold to
P. II. Msrlsy for 2 50.
Henry J. Hefty, t,' of w'4' aec 36. t 4
a. r3e. Atesd at lift 15, and aold to
r. H. Mtrlty M $22
Itter Hegerick, lota 1 and 2, blk 6.
Oregon City annex. Assessed al $-V08,
and aold to I'. II. Marlay for 50 or nte. .
R. J. Hendiicka. lota 8 to 2-Unclutive,
blk 17; lota 25 to 41, inclusive, blk 12,
Miniliorn. Attested at f 47 08, and aold
to V. II. Marlay (or 13.50
A. J. He, S o ae4', and ej,' of
am, '4. tec 7, t 4 a, r 9 r. Atsftted at
$14 71, and aold .to P. II. Marlay (or 5J
II. A. Ilogue, Iota 40 to 48, inclosive,
blk 47; lota 2 to 12, inclusive, blk 66.
Minthorn, Atsetted at S 50, and aold
to Maygie Johocoo (or 3.
Mary A. Iloneyman, lota 1 and 2, blk
3; Iota 31 and 32. blk 2, Ploaaant Little
Homes, No. 3. Asteased at 16.33, and
told 10 P. II. Marlay for 50 cenU.
W. T. Houaer, nndirided one-third In
a).; of rtJ4, sec 27, t 2 1, r5e. Aa
oeef d at (5.54, and aold to W. T. Hooser
for $3 50.
V. M. HowfB, lota 7, 8, 9, blk 9; lota
1 and 2, blk 10, Windsor. Aseeesed at
15 48, and aold to W. P. Hawley for
Charles Habcr, 20 acres in sec 20, 1 3
a, r 2 e. Asreared at (3.70. and aold to
J. tl. Tliomuoon (or $1.
Jauits II. Ingrsham, nw sec 13, 1 3
a, r 2 e. Aseesfcesstd at $10 05, and aold
to W. P. Hawley (or $2 50.
W. W. Irvin, administrator, nji of
itt ttc J, 14 a, r 1 e. Assesi-ed at
512.70. and sold to T. F. Ryan for $.10.
Estate of Frederick Jackson, a of
awj of ne ec 34, t b a, r 1 e. Aa
seeeed at $4 37, and told to A. Knapp for
On ffin Jemi-oo, lots 12, 13, 14, 15 and
16, Pleasant Little Homes, No. 1. Aa
aeaKed at $12 06, and told to P. U Mar
lay for 50 cents.
Hiram D. Johnson, acrea In A,
Wright's die, t 3 s, r 3 e. Assessed at
$3.09, and told to P. H. Marlay for $3.
Kopal e Jncobtion, ni of nw, sec 36,
t2e, rCe. Aetew-ed at $10 70, and sold
to P. H. Mrly for $25.
Orianna A. Koch, all ot blk 4, 0k
Grove. Aeeecfed at 6 54, and sold to F.
J. U'Ren (or $5.
F-ernard Koeppe, lots 15 and 16, In N.
Bell's d I c, t 3 a, r 1 e. Assessed at
$5.48, and told to A. Knapp for $5.
Fred Klinke, lot 4, blk 12, Oregon City
annex. Assessed at $2.51, and aold to
W. P Hawley for $1.
A. J. Lacy, 27 acres in sees 18 and 7,
1 5 a, r 1 e. Assisted at $5.84, and told
to P. II. Marlay for 50 cents.
8;muel Lake, e nw and n ne,
tec 3, t 7 a, r 2 a. Attested at $28.55,
and told to P. H Marlay for $2.50.
D. P. Leach, awof nwj aec36, t2
a, r 6 e. Attetsed at $11 03, and sold to
VI. P. Hawley for $11.60.
Harriet Lee, lots 2, 3, 4, 6 and 6, blk 0,
lUiclibanLt. Assets d at' $0.18, and
aold to F. J. U'Rrn for 16.
C. E. U'land, lot 36 and 37, blk 84 ;
lota 1 to 15, ini'huive, blk 8.1, Minthorn.
AaMaaed at $36 06, and aold to U. K,
Uantraavea (or '..
II. R. Uaria, trutre, lota U, 12, IS,
18. W, 30, 31. 32. 33, 34, 35 and 36, blk
87, Minthorn. Awm1 at $2.97, ahd
aold to P. II. Marlay (or $4.
Frtsletick Llnd. Iota 1 and 3, blk 5.
Rolxrtaon. Aaaeaaed at $6.43, and aold
to P. II. Marlay lr 50 centa.
T. E. Litter, lot 16, blk 5, rieaaant
Little Homea. No. 3 Asm-tMd at $0.52,
audeoldtoP. II.Matlay (or$I C0.
W. L. Love, Iota 1 and 2. rieaaant
Uttla llotura, No. 1. iitwJ al$lS 33,
and aold to P II . Mailay ( r 50 cf nta.
M. Mantflrld. Iota 13 to 24, Incluaire,
blk fx), and lota 1 to 8, Inrlu.lre, blk 67,
Minthorn. AaiMed at $7.26, and aold
to Richard Walth (or $3.
A. B. Maiquam. aKaignef, n of ae
tec 12, t 6 (. r 2 a. Aaeed at $3.28,
and aold to P. II. Marlay (or $5
A. B. Maroiam, aaoigore, 1 acre In
R. Allvn'a d I c, t 6 a, r 1 e. AaawMd at
$6.42, and aold to Barton Jack for $2.
M. D. Markham, lota 13 to 40, Inclu
sive, blk 86, Minthorn. Anik1 at
$27.16, and told to C. II. Jolmaon for $2.
T. 1.1. Marlay, e4' o( twl4' and nt' ol
ti4' of ac 21, t 2 a. r 4 a. Attested at
$11 SS. and told to II. E. Noble ( -r $3.
P. II. Marlay, ltX) arrra in aec 12. 1 2
a, r 2e. Aaterwed at $3V70, and aold to
II. E. Noble for $5.50.
William D. Martin, one-fourth acre In
$. W. Shannon 'a d I c, t 2 a, r 2 e. Aa
ertard at $4 36, and told to F. J. V'Reo
for f3. .
Martin A Son, blk 4, Darlmg'a additi D
to Oregon City. AareHd at $4.15, and
told to F. J. U'Ren for $5.
Heirs of William T. Mitlock, lot 4, blk
10, Marthfield. A Mewed at $1.04, and
aold toT. F. Ryan lor $4 50.
John A and Fred L Marx, lot 15, blk
4, West Gladstone. Assessed at $2.61,
and aold to F. J. U'Ren (or $2.50.
G. W. Mjxmu. lota 1. 8 and 16. blk 9.
Maichbank AeB!ed at $11.14, and
told to P. II. Marlar ( 50 cents.
William Met ilet, 2 acrea in Georgw
Willis d 1 c, tec 25. t 1 1, r 1 e. At
aeed at $7 26, and aold to F. J. U'Ren
W. II. Merrick, lota I to 7. blk 53. and
lott 2 to 3, blk 58, MilaaukW ll-il,t.
Aatewed at o 82, and aold to Kate Oli
ver for $6.
Will L. Miller, lott 1 and 4. blk 46,
Slitnnon'a addition to Oregon City. Aa
aeoted at 7.13, and told to Matilda Miller
Orlando J. Mock, lot 6, b!k 90. Glad
atone. A'tetted at $2.61, and told to F.
J. U'Ren for $5.50.
Charles Moore, Iota 1 and 2, blk 2. 0. I.
& 6. Co.'s first addition to Otwego
Atteaaed at $3 48, and aold to J. J.
Johnson for $2.
R. E. Mote, ae'4 and eH of and
lot 4, aec 30, t 4 a, r 5 e. Aatewed at
$11.38, and aold to P. H. Marlay for $20.
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BACK ?
Kidney Trouble Makes Too Miserable
Almost everybody who reada the news
papers la sure to know of the wonderful
cures made by Dr.
the rreat kidney, Hver
and bladder remedy.
I . I . I . M
r c 11 ii mo great, meat
T6 cal triumph of the nine-
teenth century; dis
i t covered after years of
III mlm-iill -
JfN8 Kilmer, the emi
nent maney ana Diaa
dr specUllst. and Is
wonderfully successful In promptly curing
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou
bles and Brlght'a Disease, which Is the worst
form ol kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root Is not rec
ommended for everything but If you have kid
ney, liver or bladder trouble It will be found
Just the remedy you need. It has been tested
In so many ways. In hospital work. In private
practice, among the helpless too poor to pur
chase relief and has proved to successful In
every case that a special arrangement hat
been made by which all readers of this paper
who have not already tried It, may have a
sample bottle aent free by mall, also a book
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble,
When writing mention reading this generous
offer In this paper and
aend your address to
Dr. K mw & r.n nlnw. B-. t.. S KU-uMm
hamton, N. Y. Tho1!
! 1 J. -
regular fifty cent and Bomoawamp-!ut,
dollar sues are sold by sll good druggists.
The excitement incidmit to traveling
and cliHii)fn of fod and water often
brings on diarrhoea, and for this reaa
on one idiould leave home without a
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by
U. A. Hardin, DruviMHt.
Bsan tkt Haw Alwart Bou;M
8t. John's, Calliolicliev. A. Hillehrand,
pastor, On Hunday, uiasa at 8 and 10:.'K) a.
in. Third Sunday in each month, German
sermon after 8 o'clock mass; at all other
mat-ses, Kiifrlish sermons, riuiiday-school
at 2:30 p, rn. Vetpem. apologetical aubjectt
and lienediutiou al 7;3Q p. in.
Oermau Evangelical 1,tuheran Iinnian
rial Cornet biKhth and J. Q. Adaiua tt. ;
Key Ernest J. W. Mack, pastor. Sunday
schoo at 10 a. m.; weekly services every
Thursday at 8 p. lit. Herman school every
Halurda) from 9 to 12. Everyhody invited.
Methodist Episcopal Church Rev. W. H.
Urim, paxtor. Mornlnir service at 10:43.
dunrlsy Hcbool at 10:00. Class moelluj after
morning service. Evenina service at 7'.
epworto league meeting Huuday evening al
; Prayer Meeting Thursday ereulng at?!.
strangers cordially invited. '
mrr frihbttsrian ritt'cit.iia.
J. Mondoinrrr. Castor, tf rir t II a a snd
T 0 r. . Mabtvairt thml al 10 a. a. Youii
fcopU'sHovtslr l t atlsilaa KOilMTor al)'
fr Hiiu.Ujf nitt ai initisuaf
Tsnlnf prsjsr atin aw to. aaau irM.
I KVAN0KI ICAI. Clll'lU'll-t'orKar o
glitli anil MaOlxin tirel, K. T 8. Coplar
laior Hrrvh-et erry Hathih al II a. in
and 7 ;i. io. riiiiilay hcliool 10 a. m
I'rattr niwilra' 8 . ni. All era at looms
BT. l'At'l8 KI'ISfOI'AI. CIU'UCH
R. P. K. Hammond, Itertor. rWrvlcrs
awry HumUr at 11a.m. ami 8 CO p. m.
8iiiiU xiliool at 10 o'rI'M-k, iKhrr srrvlcrt
as mar tw anitnonrrd. All Matt Irsa. Htran
corxarof Msln anj Klrrsnlli slmt-K.
K. M. Holilnavr, alor. Nomina ssrvic
10 ;nmlav tk'luHil 12; Junior Enlrai
5; Y. P. H. t'. K. prayer ntlln( 6. .10.
tTaniiiK ssrvlo J i,
1'i.lUd ilrvibrvn-for. Kiitliih and I'larr
slrMtt. K. I'orMiig, aslor. Hcrvlcrs
vtrjr Huxitay at II a. 1 1. ami 7,. m ;
HuiKlay ksimiI al 10 a. m.; youna; mhiIi's
nirlln al 6. SO . ni.; ra)r nissliiif
trery VVlnrsilay iilii.
FIRST BAPTIST t lll KCH.-ll.. J.
II. IU-sn, iaior. I'rviwhinil servliTS
vrr Humlaal 10 y)aii.l 7:30p, ni. Hun
day mIkhiI at U ikmiii lo . m, Juniors
nel In Ida sfltrtioon and tlisrVnkir Yuuna
IWpla't aoclsi v and Hihla study i-laa al
8. IS p, ni. Thursday tranlna, rulsr
prayar arrvira al 7 .lt P- ni. Wrdnrstla
tvnln. Itibla study riaseat Y. M. C, A
rooms Tad bv lb pastor.
(ernian tlspllsl Servlift I ha flrsl Hmi
dsy of tarh monlh al 3 o'clock p. in., Con
duct! ty Key. Albert Uranar.
Ktaii(llral l.tltheran, 7. Ion (YpRrriralian
Cor. Kiabtb and Jrllvrton sums. Hey
Meyers, pastor, homlat school al D:) a.
ni.; srrviret al 10 30 a. m. and 7;) p. m
M. K 8omh Rsy. T. I. Ilavnes, railnr.
Tlilrd Sunday al I'ntiad llraibrvn etturcti.
Frta Mrlio.llsl-Rry. J. W. Kldrulrs. a
Inr. I'rvachma Oral and U.lnl Ttsiays ai
II a. in.; prowr nirlinn awry Thumlsy
syenltia. twrvlcrs bald in Iba Coogrraa-
llonal church al r.ll villa.
ItEAYEK CRKKK At the Walsh Con
(iraalloiial Church, hunday serrlrrs wilt b
asfolloat: Preachim at I0: A M. ht
Kry. J. Murlaia KichaMs, U. O. tnr;
Sabbtih acho.il al 1 I'. M : weekly frar-r
merlin a Wsdneolay slT.UI . M ; eelehra
lion ol the Lord's auppar, sacond Sunday of
SOLA CIRCI.K, No. lt.7. W. of W . masts
the hr and Ihi'il TursilaTt of each month
at 7 .. ni.. lit Wtllatiiriie (tall Flora K.
Morn, U. N., Carrie N. I'arker, Cis'k.
Cataract lAl No. 76. K. of P. liteeU
every WedneinJay eveiiina in Red Men's
hall. Wltliirf Kniylita Invited loattriul.
J. IVckovrr, K. ol R. and M.
Order ol Washington. Nonpariet Union
No 37, meeU every Saturday evehinif,
at Willamette hall. ilra. Lotlia Foley,
A. O. U. W. nieeta every Satunl
evening eiopt tlio tilth in the A. (). l'.
W. Temple H.J. HanlinK, recorder.
Retekaha Willamette Reliekah IxmIh
No. 2 meets tecond and ( jtirth Friday ol
each month al I. O. O. r'. Temple
Margaret Williama secretary. t
CU.-kam.a Charter No. 2. R. A. M..
meeta on the tbird Mondav of eacb
month in Masonic 1111. M Bullack,
Coort Rubin Hood No. 9, Korratera ol
America, meeta first and third Friday ir
itis month in Red Men's Hall. W. B.
Stafford secretary; Frits Meyer,' chiei
Willamette Falls Camp No 149, W. O
W. meeta 1st and 3rd Fridays in lh
Willamette Hall. C. C, 8. F. Scriptnre
and clerk O. Olda.
Orler of Pendo mrata every Monday
nlirhl al Ksdmsn't ball. Heaii Counsalor,
8. 8 Hcriplur; Mrs. May Taylor seer nary
Oreiron City Camp, No. 6tii Modern
Woodmen of America meeta every second
and fourth Turwlay io the tuooih, at
Willamette Hall U. Uroenrnhacher,
Catholic Knlithta of America Pt. Jolio'l
Rianch No. 647, meets every Tueeday ol
Tualatin Tent, K. O. T. M., meets is
Red Men'a Hall, every Ti urlav een
iiik E E. Taylor, record keeper.
Meale Pvt No. 2, O. A. R., meet
rlrt Monday evenlo io each month at
7;30 and third baturday in each motif,
at I o'clock p. m. in Wilamette Hall.
I'. Colbert, Commander.
Law'on Command No. 1, of Oreiron
Union Veterana Union meets swon.1 Hat
nrday 1 p. ra. In Redtnan'a dall and
fourth Saturday al 7 p. in. io T. F. Cow
Pioneer Chapter No. 28. O. E. 8. meets
the second and fourth Tueedave in eai-l'
month at Masonic Hull. Sirs U M
Oregon lvlge o 3. 1. 0. O. F , meet
every Thuraday in O ld Ffcllowe' Hall.
T. F. Ryan, secretary.
Falla Encampment No. 4, I. O. O. F.
im-eta flrat and third Tuesday in each
month. Judton lloaell, secretary.
Kedmsui Wai-lienn Trlhe Sn 11 Tm,.
j o. R. M., meeta TueB ay en mm.' ; .".(
atK-d Men's Hall J li nan.C.
of K. ; Harry B4Xter, aacheiu.
. Multnomah Ixnlne No. 1, A. F. A. M.,
meeta first and third Saturdays in each
month at Masonic Hall. T. F. Ryan,
Meade Relief Corps No 18, meets at
Willamette Hall the first Monday In
every month at 2 o'clock p. m. and the
third Monday in every month at 7;30
o'clock p. in.
United Artituns meet every Thursday
evening of each month at the Willamette
Hall; The social meeting of this order
ia second Thiiraesy of each month. K.
II Cooper, Secretary, M. itoflack M. A.
Lone Pine 1xIkp, No. f3, A. P. A A.
M., Logan, Or., meets on the second
Saturday in each month from the lt ol
May to 1st of Novembei st 2 p. m. and
from lt,of November to lat of May at
10 a. m. Geo. C. Armttroiiu, Sec,
Ancient Order of Red Cross Orison Ci'y
f-oilge, No. 1, maeia sworn! and fourth Fri
days in each month hi Willamette) ball.
For Yonne Men and Young rfomen.
There It nothing that will arouae the
ire of a young man or woman so quick as
to have inienor laundry work put oil on
them. Thev may drets ever bo Well,
but it their shirt Iront or thlrt waist la
musty their neat appearance is spoiled.
The Troy laundry makes a specialty of
ladies' and gentlemen's fine work.
There can be no better work than is
, . , ,i , ,
done at tne Tr0" Le your Order! at
Johnson's barber Bhop.
AX IXflfAN CMKKMONY
THE "MCDICINe 8WIAT" THAT MAKH
THE OtD MAN CUAN.
It la Ills TrUlsli nlk.
a4 It la lt H litis. '
.l ...J a,.trll..l- M.kls. 4I
rl ! ailrll,
IVw. If oils, of ll.o writers on the
tal-ds, fol'-lir and history of U"
A hum lean Indian bv devoted any
rpneo to the nil umn's Turkish bnlh.
nu Institution lioinctimdc, to he surf,
but a recognized lieceaslty In rvery
ramp and a frutura f th dally life of
the ludlau. On tha contrary, com
inctitiitora lav colirrl t It Imprve
ih,n tlut habits of rlcuiillnesa are fo
vliiu to the Indian and that lu luia nil
luiK.ro avcHon to water vpi for
ty the avidity and frequency with
htcb the Indian Indulge In hie hoiu'
mad Turkish bath he provea the fal
lacy of thla belief ami alio a that he,
aa well aa Ida ulta brother, ran lla
up to the precept t'leanllnesa la licit
to godUm-aa." only In the practice th
Indian puta rleanllneaa Brat.
The (arm Turkish bath la unknown
to the Indian, lie calla that method of
ablution a "medicine sweat." It Is to
hltu a rite both physical and aplrltual.
for he clrainca his M-rB..n snd then
-makca inwllclue" to Ida Orat Spirit
That the rllt Is religiously uhavrvd
was thowu by a band of Urule Sloug
Indiana, who made a Journey acn
the continent to the east and went Into
riKtmpmetit In. to tlicin. a atranga
On their arrival, even before they
raised their telH-e poles. Ihey erecletl a
-medicine aweat" teut. The framework
of this tent la of hoop poles ao tralne,
that II la atMiut nlna feet lu diameter,
four feet IdgU. flat topp-d and almi-at
circular In form.
Just althln the framework ther l a
iM.ldlug of straw about two feet table,
and ill the center of the lent there Is a
whole In the ground about lb re feet la
dl.Ttheter anil three feet deep. There
are no steam rents or pip, no nitride
nl.it.', no ruldwr and no aborts When
the Indian I ready for bis "uiedlcln
sweat" S numlier of alolieS or rucks
arv heated to almost white brat and
duuMd Intii tl bole In the ground.
Then the red men. 20 or Si of them, lu
a cofttutue even acautlcr thnn Adaiu'a
after the fall, range themselves UHn
die straw. They alt mummy fashion,
their chins un their knees and their
arm around their shin, parked so
close together that even If they would
they could nut move.
When they sr all ready, blanket,
skltta and canvas are thrown orrr the
framework until the tent Is almost air
light, two or three bucketa of water
ar saed In and thrown upon the hot
atone and the "medicine aweat" Inr
glue. Tbe moment the atraui leg!iia lo
rlae tbe Indiana Ugln a chant which
Is kept up without Interruption until
the sweot Is over. Packed together,
enveloped In steam ao thick Hint tiotia
can see hta neighbor, the Indiana all.
atnglng and perspiring for an hour or
more. Not an Indian move, lis
neither ran nor wants to.
At a slgnsl from the chief or the
medicine man a section of the tent Is
Kirn away, aud with a brave and a
whoop all tbe bucka make ellmell for
the water. A run and a Jump, and In
they go. It (a Just aa much sport for
the oldest warrior aa for the boy who
boa not yet won bla war bonnet. Once
more on land, tbe Indian, baring r
formed a duty be owe lo himself aud
his neighbor. Is ready to "make medi
cine." This Is always dona after tb
"medicine swent"-ln fsrt It Is pnrt
ami pnrcel of the rerrmony. for It la
regarded as a ceremony.
The Itidlnn. rlrita In pcrwon nud at
thla moment, before tils communion
with the (Sod of bis fathers, suppoacd
to U equally clean of mind and guile
less of soul, uow proceed to I he high
est point of In ml In tuo Vicinity of the
cum p. thus getting aa neur to the
(Jreiit Spirit as It la posHlble to do while
on enrth. On the wsy be gather up a
little soil, a stray leaf, some old tnlmrro
fiulds. a dend fly or hug or two-ln fact
on) thing which inny bv deemed refuse,
for he Is about to convey to the Crcnt
Spirit that be has cleansed hi person
mid that all thing utulcnu have gone
These things that be tin gathered he
places In a piece of white cloth, w hich
lit turn Is fastened to the end of a long
stick. The other did of the stick Is
thrust Into the ground at the top of the
hill or knoll, and the good Indian tins
made im-dlclne. Two days seldom pnas
without the repetition of this cere,
mony. It never varies. The scene uiny
cliiingp. the Indlun may wander to new
IiiihIm or he driven to them, but where
he Is there also Is his "medicine sweat"
tent and there he "mokes medicine."
New York Times.
No Plpea Smoked I Cab.
Cuba protlucoa no tobacco for chew
ing or for plpo smoking. The Cubans
who smolie pipes might be counted on
line's fingers without making n second
round of the flngera. The clgiir and tint
clKorette prevail. To what extent the
Cuban cigarette might ever become
popular with American smokers Is a
mniter beyond determination. It Is cer
tain that inott Amerlcnns of prolonged
residence become, If they be smokers,
addicted to Cuban brands ant And dllll
culty In wen ii lug thciiiHclvcH buck to
American brands on their return. Ro
rlew of Reviews.
Joke In Needle'a Point.
Borne 30 years ngo a firm In Run
Francisco sent to a Chinese bouse In
Canton the smallest and Quest kirn) of
needle ns a sample of our skill In deli
cate handicraft. It was returned to
them wtl.'i hole through the point,
which er.uld only be seen with a micro
scope. Stereoscopic Photograph.
ASTHMA PURE FREE I
Asthmitlonn Drlngs Inttnnl
A Voting Contest
Vut lha moat popular rhu'eh, lodg. so
ty, a li'il or (eo o (be n City, by
whuliai Irving -Un will I-glvan
aasy cn Jsiiusry :"0, l'A'2, to ll.eavn.wty.
hxlgv, rhurvh, nhool or trsou Scurlig
the gteaUat nnmlwr of Volas. Contasl
now open. 0're Jsnuarv Vt, I p. in.
All totea will hv rountrd urtr a week,
and a full aroitil of the Vul aa lha roo
lest progreasea will b publihal evary
r'ri ly In the (Wrgon City KntrrurU.
Tit final count at the rh ol lha fntet
will I iruda by a commlUe id lira;
! the 10 cuoteslanta in U lead will each
Send a repretalive to ,lm-ide Who get
the piano. lh vote a' glvan one vole
tree with ever; "ic ca-l, pun has by lh
' following men I. ants. Uun'l .t any bot
jyonr on rhuhh, a,aiety, school nt
j fiieud rary I IT the honor, and remsiii-
her thai avery vote count. 1'lanO ia on
uhlhiilon al Kiank H'ts li'l fumllttr
stole. Why hot lit'ls whr jroo ran get
ballots, aa lliry cos I yi ahaolutely
nolhina? Hverone ouhl l at least do
that mil' h lor their society tr ihureh.
List of n.eriliantt where vote cao b
Frank Huacb, lurnitura.
Wilson ik Cooke, hardware
C i. Huntley, druaa.
tieo. A. Harding, I'rug.
W. A. Huntley, tMMika and tlatlonery,
M. Michael, dryg ol, clothing, Ac.
Krauas liro., alio,
Fred C Uadk, plumbing and tinning.
Adam llroa , (iol ln liula llstaar
Mrs. Story Crista! Candy Klu hen,
7lh street, opposite Huswnsioa llridge.
U. I. Iloliuan, rlgara aid lotiarco.
Ileint A Co., groeerlea.
M'lir llria. . uroi erios, Till and Center
Klectric ('ash tirocery.
II. W. (ira, general alore.
Oregon C(ty Kn'srpnae, Job printing.
Yatigl.n'a livery stable.
AlhtlgM A INiua, meat market.
llrown A Welsh, 7'h St. Meat Market,
A. O U. W. Ittillding.
Mrt II. T. Hlad.n, millinery, Main
Cheney A Hail, photographer.
J. Knowland, tailor,
Khahk A Itlsseli, 7th at , between
Itiltlge and Ieit.
Kusul Culurrli tpiinkly yields to tmnt,
mint by lily's l'.-.m Jalm, whii h is ai,r a
ably arou.niio. 11 i rived ihroimi, thu
tiot'rll, clennses and lienla Ihn wh)a tvr
faco r r wl.li h diffuaea Hudf. Iihj-riiIi.
s11 ti.o f,iln. aij! Trial sln by mini, li'
emit, 'lin t it and von u.'o aura to eotiliuue
To arct iiii"':ito liio) who are pnrllnl
to tlm uso of uti. miera in applyit.g IniuiiU
into the Mu-'d j A tniin for tt.inrrhnl (rvu
hUt, Urn projuu lor prepare frutni Ilal'ii In
liquid form, whi'-li will tm known na Kly's
Liquid Crtnm i:nl.n. I'iln ineliu.ii( th.
spniyliiR tnlo it 75 cents. lrtp;giU or by
niaiL Tl.u liquid form niiihodic Die meX
loiuol proporUo of the solid preparation.
Digests what you cat.
This Tirt'purat Ion contains all of the
dlKCHtants and dlgiHtn all kinds of
food. JtKlveslriHtiuit relief and never
fallH to euro. It allows you to ent all
the food you want. The mont sensitive
stomachs can take It. Hy Itsunc, many
thoiiRawU of dyHpeptlcs havo been
cured after everything elHe failed. It
ji unequ'tllcd for all htouiach troubles.
It can't help
but do you good
Preparfifl only by K. CI. IttWirr & Co., t;lilrf o
The tl. Urlllu colilulus2ti tluus IhuOOc aU
I A $450
To be given away.
Hollcf ami Permunont Cur
ICIT iBMULUTLLT lltli ui
Thsrs I itolhltig Ilka Aithiiil,h( i, . .
Instaul rsllsf. vn In Ihs r ' " ""n
ll ruraa wbsii all slit fall
H.y. 0. t. Walls, of ai U(W ...
"Your trial bolUe ol .m,i
SimmI roitidillou, ram.oiTrii m. h 'H
fill I feel for lha mnI il.rly.d (, ,
Hsis, t haloed Willi P'il'l'1 oi n, ,...' "
n.a lor i.n years. ' de.,.., ,
sored. I saw your ailterilMin,,! , ,, ""4
of ihlsdrraddil and loriiisiiiiiigdlM.t. ...iT"'
and thought you ha-t osH.i,n ' ,.
I.ul rdd lo glta II a ltl To n.t .,""
maul, lha trial acie.1 Ilk a rl.tr.,,. L,
full sis tK.llla " ""!
We a'.l In sand la every siilt.wf . ,
Irvainienlol Ashmslsi.a, similar h, u,,.""
cured Mr Wslls. We'll s..,. II l, H,.'hL?
PA ll. AliwH.JnC.Y ritKK AK,,
lo suy tnltsrer who will writs f,.r u,
iMMial. Navar mlu.l, llio.igri ynu
ing, liowatsr bad n..r ra. Asii.iiiai.
ril and eur. Tha wors your rj
mora glad ait lo ami It, Ik, ,, "
Writ al nnew, a.tlni.ia llt. TArr Iiiiix.
MKUICiyK in.. W an., m . H.
8ld by all Priiggista.
salary for en li.Ulllgsnl man or
t-it luwn. 'sri, ai,i ikmiii ., ag,"
lr hour for siara lints. M aniifajct.nT
! Ho?, fhlrago. W'
2,'KIO Itlilr. oflonad
lancn trleih,n,e wlr it
fornU ami Malm now
riirraliin Ij the
hlatioii Telc.iinie Cots,
panjr, covering 2,;j
Quick, a curate, tin
All the satisfaction of
)iatance no efTtHl to i
clear uttilerstatiliti)(. Hp
kan atul San Kranna-t
9t rariljr l.eard ai fuV
Orrgoii Citr orttc at
Harding's Drug Store
S. J. VAUGHN,
Urrrv, KcJ AtiJ PaJtHUl
located arrwiia tui taitxii u
Double and Single UiKi.andsvJ'
die home always on hand at tin
lowest rlce. A corral) connect!
with the barn for looae stock.
Information ragardlnf any klssa?
stock promptly attended to by raose'
Horse Oouirht and told.
Horace rVoanlad and Yti on rs
rranfep and &ipfft
Freight and jiarcela dtilirerwl
lo all j-arts of the city.
RATES - REASONABLE
This la th season for shirt "'I:
rvsrv woman ciuaht lo know sl sr
lh fatrtt stvlrs alol aoo.ts for IhW
ncmsarv arllcl. W will sr"1'
any woman whi will send ns h ""
achlrr.. and a 'Jg stamp ' 1 J"
aire, a snmnlt eopv "l.'AKT '
Mtitllt." th fines! fashion msisrli
lh worht, which Slves hu.1rr.l l"'!n",.
nt rlrslUnS, msnr colored ilntc. ana"
Information atMiut dress. u
SJnals copies nftc ch tr$.l.r0rrr's"
Kaal IWth Ntrenl, Ja'l.
Know the News
Yoo can bava It all for
In the Evening Telegram, of To ij
land. Oregon. It is tho lawj
evening nowspater publtslieo , i
Orsurm. . It emitains all the. new
of the State and of the ' T a
T, It e a innntll. A BSIliP" fl
'rylt for a montli. a "'
oi'v will be mailed to you lre.
. The Telegram,
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