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OKEGON CITY KNTBUritieR, FIUDAY, NOVKMHER 8, 1901.
Mr,,.,-Iy the l("V riilllp C. 1 1 mii).
hmhi.I, t i'""". HniiiUv, NuvnmUr 2, at
dm fhliir ' (! Iirlili',
l (lirun City, M m l.nry K. Clow
mi,! ( tint tx r.Ur. Al'r t. r.i
,(iy vr tii-tt liiin h was served In
A very I'lmiint slid amc''ul nf (fU
slve" Tisly viln. in
I, r ..( Kdwar.l IUuh'i. t Ihe residence
U parmta, Mr. ai'J Mm. W. J.
Hmiiili. !'" Iflultf'"! In ami it
dm itiiM-r Ixuir a dilhty luncheon u
An aujoyahl vuiilni was iMnt
ly til. TIuhw I'M'tnt !: MIvim Jn
Htrtt((. Atfnca Itil'n., (Jure Kraa
.,. V..it. Wilms, W'na Klilnn-
l,u. Msr.l.a Itsuub, Fl' llaugli, My
HhIkM, Hlrl'n HnlM, Amx-l War,
Nila Hull", Nut I la Hum, Mul HlratgM,
Mrt. I'anl I'"'. Mmm. -t Jul",
(,r.p-K ItHiig, H! !'.fH, I'VKIImiM,
IC..y V.i..Uf.. (VI Hun, Paul Prsf'r,
hn KlilaiitioiiM, Auaiin HlilPiilioiiMf,
CtMi l.inn. Tun l.'nn, t'lirl War.
i"a'l' I'f'Hti'l. i'U" Woodaard,
WrUU'. ! f.yl I'avl. K,
!iu(li, J'lliO lluerlh. ('baric (Ulkd
ItlMHtMV AU Biar!" CIITT.
M..ln IW, (i. A. It . H(I MrJ(
o l'ir W 1 1 Wv.liiM.Uy f nliirf, at
mi rrknirT of III daughter, Mm.
Tlimiia tJenlt, In Ula-Una. T
.ion Hi tinlUy of Mr. Wrlle and
tl.a stirprlaa tcniilim. Tb awning
w .(,..-.! all li Kuir and a dnllclooi
,,., r Brrvl. Mr. Walla a fr
tri.irA altb a liaiulwiitia "Our
C'ouilliy," 7 lil('mi'lra.
I ail Tiurlav Mia. Will AlMredge
naiT i''aMHt ijiiHln party at
,r rr.iVma, At ftva o'cI.m k an Ut
rata luncheon aaa ivd. Tho pres-
i,i na: Mia J . ('. Zmwr, M, (. W.
Clniriti. ,M' 0. un, Mia. E. O.
Uiidrl l, M a. IVr'lia M. UlUm, Ma.
). H. Y'K-uin, Mm. W. II. (VAa. Mm
Ka'a Ai-ry, Mm. W. Col. Mm. Jaunlf
Mr, M.a. W. AIMmJiJ", Ml.a Klwrauii
umxir c oi irr iji hknhidm.
(Conl ImiKil from gM 1 )
KUlBVi. L lllmlrr. DI.ii.Uih.,1,
Hula v. Iali IIIiiiIio, ))UmUfl.
Xiala va, It. C. Wurtliiriittoti, !!
II. II. Itowinan va, Pllvry Htnart.atal,
JuilKminit for ilt(.
Mary F lH-aly va, C'lia. N. Walt.
JuiluniHiit hy illailt
Frank ainl KaM Krua va, Anton Mni-I-
Iit, nl al. Tlma for JiiKtlflcallon of
riirlllfi eli.(nlfi III) lUya,
Win. II. II. lllaiiFy va. Mary K, Ma-
nay. IMvorra. IWri-a for 'lli.
MkIh Jolmaon va. Funk Jolinnon,
Mvorca, Ili-rrrn for liltl.
MailhaC. Caliirva. KllxaMli ami 8.
II. Calllf. )iiniirrrr to roiiipUiiit ail
lalnailati'l iilalnliir glvan lOilaya t III
AnnNimkv.ll. II. Jolinaon. rt al.
Main of ral iro)prty roiiflrmi-i!.
Hula v. I'olk. I.ircany from a, alora,
(uilty a i -Iihk"!. rniitanr lo tm n
ilKUnt Kianaa va, O. I. A H. Co, Mo
lion to iniMify ilarrna ovrnulri'l.
(Vrl F. Ilnnby va. Uai-r liuly.
IHvona. Ihn rra for 'llf.
Arountl tha ('ri llaa.
(Coiilimii'il from mna 4.)
.Tl.a ina'rljHi of luirnanl FWilmg
Uala rol'iJnStrr. I'nl'a l fta'ra Anil
In ('i-a, Ut M ;aa (.'liarlolla Thorutoll
Maaon, ilaiuhier ul Col on o I Jtoy Maaon,
CnllPil Hiatca Ar.ny, aa -.t..mnlM.
Mon.lav at A'nanJ'la, Vlrlnm.
Liatiiaiunt IVvlatrr aa loni.rl)H
tjn.HHUJ w'Hi t'.a Kn.a'lii ami flt
t ina hi'MfoWa nli Co4iuny I.
S4TOO.I O'aiiuo Voluiitwr. Wh'.U In
it., n.1,1 t.a wrola Inta-aitlll loltrra
alHjiilli.a ar U tha Orrionlau ao.l
JaUirvaatiaiala fatl to Hi ng'Har fa-
Tno HallowaVi a'i Wii by MUa
Klliv I'a'naaml Miaa Mi-H Flnlay l
Miaa 1'aliVi nlilnma Tli0.aly "ven-
in vraa vary anjovaMe aT!'. Tha
ilncoMliona wera In Ima .illi IU"oe'rn
uliarrvanie ami ona of Ida mln ft atuma
waaa v.illi'a lenl wliar tha rauUun
IroklaJ and buliWa-1 ovar a ftr. Ca'iJte
t . . f. .......... m , . ...I, I m .i.t
wr liililimi ami iwmnr" " -
tlia wawall bowl pimwil 'roiin.l. Tlioaa
p.aient wan: Miaa (V-iflclil, Miaa
VMM Caufltfl.l. M'aa Matila IMr,
M'-a HrrJlna, Mial Wli WlHlama
M m lU- iKt Vi.fKi, Mm. E. T.
KmUi, Mr. Krwl (1 amnan, Mr. Tom
Uan.lall, Mr. Jonn II. Uwtliwal.a, M'.
Joaaph Uixxlfa'low, Mr. lla'fy Draper,
M. Tliomaa Cola, of IVtland.
Monday avenUlTMlM Etta Biunor
lerlalnad a fw of liar frlen.la with ro
Krttaaivo whlat. Tlioaa .rramt Wfm:
Minaaa ljoi Morllmore, Anall OWaaon,
Clara Miller. . Emma Vlgnlluit, Myrlln
I'owell, Alios Quick, Natll Kollotftr and
Kttft Dinner i Meaar Louia Wolamandul,
Kanrv Koas. Fred Mile. Wltr Hruner,
Hoaa Farr, Earl Moaliur, Anguat Hakel
and CUronce Brunor.
(Jovornor Oiar. who waa enuifid by
the Man'i Club of the Conttregatioiml
r'i,..i, n lilrrma tha Club at thnir
monthly eumier next Monday evenlnu
will not return from the Eaat In time to
All ll, H.iifftirrtlllllll l and the Hupiier will
Viohably lie liuld on the following Mon
day, November 18. 11 la exacted that
Alra. (leer will accompany the Uovernor.
Thla Friday a moat unique aoulal will
1 iriven by the Coniireiratloiial Church.
The airlr U to U an apron aocml. The
lad i8 have forniahed the aprona, all ex-
ctsptliu the lower hem. Thoae are to be
ariiHtlcally done by the nontlmnon.
Much amuaement la In atore for all.
McLaughlin Cabin, No. 4, f! alive Bona
of Oregon, will ive a hop la the Armory
on the fllleonlh of tide month. Ever
cht'a orchualra baa boon engaged for the
oi cation, which promise ia be an en
The Younn I'eoplo'a Society of Chrla
tiun Endeavor of the Presbyterian
Church nave a social Tuesday evening at
the rualdence of Miss Bursa Reddlck at
Oreon Point. Tho evening was piiHaod
In a very enjoyable munner.
Court Tvobln Hoixl. Foreatersof Amer
ica, has made arrangements for a grand
ball Thanksgiving nltfit at the Armory.
Tha iafali.lt of the tla.k'a olUea for
(l(tol-rafal'.,.l.V)8talm.l (I I ..VI for
fVp.titlr. I n order Itamlall rollrried
l' Wr. tiraak'g s'l pilor rwo'da
f ir Ida o.Ti-a alma It waa raiitdlalifd.
Tha l.ivy ncr.ua wa riuwd by le
... I.UI III ....IP. .1..1. f..
rariwt' Hfct Oi anolll i PIII'MII lir..,, ...
proiw.i Mild ly theionnty at the rrcnt
le o! ilrliii'i'i"ul tax i 'o(rty.
An aiH,-il .ollieci'ca'roiitliaa.i.n
flUd In ilm Klloaa wil- c-, whli li aa
con'ailr-d in the conn y coii'l lt Mairli
Slid ailmilU-d to proton.
Marrlana lirrnara haa um-ii Uailrd lo
thaMloMiiiK- iwraona: Viola ' Wlnt.omb
and Harry Wintbt, r-ule E. Clow and
Charlra t'rowlry, Martha Martin and
Uvl Kublniia liaaanwl C. B. ami 0
K, W.lliBiiia. J. E. and Mm. E. J. l amb
for .T7 M allh H fr cnil InlKfral from
April 10. IH'iH and V) atlorn-y a f
fl.a aiiiminl la don on a pmml"ry nota
Slid jildKliirlit l ankrd.
Tim grand ju'y found -Sol True Uilla
yatU-rday in the following ra-M-a; Stall
v Mra. Tho. I.sw, lirld on a ihargn of
kldnappliu; Nate v. Chaa. iridder
aaiill with deadly waini Stale vs.
K. H. ( onniIy, rrny of 105 fnu
Wllbalm Till aalwn.
A rsvlne In tho nort beast cormr ot
Ti'llowatona Nnilorml pnrk, In Wyo
tnlng, Is known by thoat living near by
as Death gulch, (Jrewaoiim as I lb
DBtna. It la i-xceeillngly approprlalr-. It
la a V slinpi'd irem li cut In tlm nioiin
tnlnaldir and Ixcliia nboiit 'I'M feet
above Cache creek. Apparently It
form a mituriil slielicr for lb beast
of Ilm foreat. n food, water and ahelier
aro there, but tiiuuma lo tha gulcu
menu ileatli lo any animal, for Hi
ioInoiiou vapor that rim' out of the
ravine aro more deadly than lbs bullet
of the huntsmen
For age this ih Dili trap In the llm-ky
mountain bn probably lieeii luring the
lliluibllnill of the forest to (heir doom.
With Hie ralna of apring die Ixniea of
the dead of the pren il:u yar are car
ried down lo the creek and Hi" gulch
chared for the drain harvest of th
summer and w 1tii-r.
The iriololnta ray ihnt tha lavas
wh!i h Idl l lit- am lent baalu of the park
at Ihls nlaie nut iiimiii the flanka of
iiioiininlna forn.ed of fragmentary vol
runic cJeeiH Ciim-oiis ei'innatloiiB are
given OUl In gri-ut Volume. These come,
the ru'leiillaia any, from ilcponlla of aU
lered and rrjsiulllne Iravertlua lulled
wlih pnola lu the cri k. Above thoae
(b iMmlta the crei k cuia lulu a bank of
sulphur lu the bottom of the gully I
aniull alnoin aonr with sulphuric
No wonder the poor snlmsla ai-eklng
shelter In the gulch meet deotb there.
Astoria & Columbia
River Railroad Co.
While aullo'lng Ifom a bd ca of
piles I coiiaultad a phyait Ian Im advl.ed
me lo try a bx of IfeWlit'e Wit. b Hat. 1
Kalve," aava li. F. CaMur, AiUnta, (ia.
"I procured a box and a aa entirely cured.
IteWitl'a Wltcli Hat I Salvt i a splendid
cum for pile, giving ndl. f Inatanily, and
I beaitily tecoiiunoiid It loall aulTerera."
Siirgety U uuuoi raary lo cure piles
IfcWitl'e Witcli llsd Salve will cure
any cane. Cu, buma, btuiM-s and all
older wound a.-o alao quickly cured by
It T.taari) of oounlerfiiK. d o. Maid
A ( arluaa Trap.
A curious Intijriiitli lu which rle
pliatila are cnplund tilive la to lie seen
near Ayuidi.i. formerly the cspltal of
Klnni. The Inhyrinili la formed of a
double row of linineinu. tree trunks act
firmly In the ground, the spsi-e Im tween I
Idem gradunlly uarrowlti.' "
Where It begins, al Ihe eile of th
forest, Ihe p-nlii2 of the Inhyrlnlb I
mora than a tulle wide, but It ap
proaehea Ayutlila It bwomca ai nar
row tlist the vlcphsniB cauiiot turn
tjuipectlng no danger tha wild fie
pbaut cntcra the brosd o nlng at the
fon st end. lured on by a tame i lephaut.
The gradual narrowing of the bound
aries Is not observed lllitll the ele
phant finds himself In clomr quarter.
Having reached the cud of the biby
rluth. ihe tame elephant la allowed to
pnsa through a gate, while men lying
In wait slip shackle over tu feet of
tha captive. Tb siwrt la a daogeroua
one. for th enraged elephants m-
tlmea crush the hunters uuder their
Tbe prosecuting attorney In law
suit hod waxed especially Indignant at
tho defendant, whom be characterlxed
aa an "abandoned, baneful, cynical,
dlalxdic. execrable, felonious, greedy,
hateful. Irresponsible, Jaundiced. knsV'
Isb. laty. nieldl-oine, noxious, outra-
seous aud profligate rowdy. ..
Tlia learned counsel on th other
side." said the attorney for tb defend
ant when be rose to reply, "should
Lave nut bis adjectives lu a bat and
shaken them op a little before using
You must have noticed, gentlemen of
the Jury, that they were In regular al
Dhahctlcal order. This how that u
selected them from a dictionary, be-
Urluulng wltb a.' Ue atoppeu at -p.
but lu bla manlier of reproducing tnem
bo has given us tho 'cua' aa to how be
Thla turned tbe laugh against tbe
other lawyer, and bff lost tbe case.
Miss Lillie Dcgcnkolbc, Treasurer South
End Society of Christian Endeavor, 3 141
Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111., Cured by
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
"Dp.arMks. Pixkham: When life looked brightest to me I
austaincd a hard fall and internal complicationi were the result.
I was conaidcrably inflamed, did not feel that I could walk, and lost
my g'xid spirits. I spent money doctoring without any help, when a
relative vibitcd our home. She was so enthusiastic over Lydla E.
I'lnkliatn'r Vfcrctablo Compound, having used it herself, that
nothing would satisfy her until I sent for a bottle. I have thanked
her a hundred times for it since, for it brought blessed health to me
and cured mc within seven weeks.
I now wish to thank you, your medicine is a friend to suffering
women." Lillie Decemcolbe.
$.VMK) FOKFEIT IP THK AIJOVK LETTER IS NOT GENUINE.
When women are troubled with irregular, lupprcsKed pr painful
mcnxtnmtion, weakness, leurorrhasi, displacement or ulceration of the
womb, that Is-arinir-down f.-elinfr, inflammation of the ovaries, backache,
bloatinir (or ri.itulcnce), general debility, Indication, ana nervous prrm-
tratloii,nr are Ix M-t wun aucn Bynipioma m uiincnn, iuiiuci., "'ji
excitability, irritability, nen'ousnes, sWpleanness, melancholy, all-
n . V u. . . . .. I. r. t..r,m t.liu.fl and llfitK.lPHHneSR.
they should n-memlier there U one tried and true remedy. Lydla
IMnkluini'a VrireUMe ComMiund at once removes such troubles.
IU-fuso to buy any oilier medicine, for you need the best
Mr, rinkham Invite all alck women to write her for advice.
She lias Kulded thousanils t lienlth. Addreaa, Lynn, Mam.
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5 15 a. m.
6 I A a. m.
2 30 p.m .
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7 40 a. aa
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. ft Ml p. m
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. 7 20 p. m
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All trains masa clow connections at OoM
aim all Knrthrrn Fscifin trains to or from
tha fcal Of Hound Point.
At Purtland with all trains leaving Union
Al AsloHa with (. R AN. Co.' boats and
rsil luia, snl hlaamsr T. J. Po'trr. lo and
Irnm Ilmroinrt Snnh Bsch Points.
Tlckat ottrx, Morrison St., snd L'nloil
dspot. J. 0. M AYO.Osn. Psm. Ast.
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY
TO SALEM AND IXDEPENDE.NCK
LKAVS OKKOOII CITY
Going up, 8 .00 A. m. (Jolnjr. do d 2 J30 r
DAILY BIVEE EXCCR3I0NS
OF THK '
Str. LEON A.
DAILY K UtUCLI.
rollti-ii-ss la llk n air cushion
tbrrv uiay I Dotlilna In It. but It rase
many a Urd JolL-Culcago New.
sllnd I f tint which prwlTf. ffl.
rrnicmrs. sets and I conscious or
Caaka naif Tor Eaaraacla.
To meet uddcn and nnexjcted de-
mnnda upon banks a large sum Is
ki-t.t tailY for use. Tbe average larce
liauk-aar with total asset of IJO.OtJO,
isio-ls DrvnurcJ by four Hue of de
fense to resist udlen attack. In the
sault or safe about $5i0.0uo In bank
bills Is alwy on baud, back of that I
1 1matrr tins bo I118DT nsei It 1 1 . ...I, rMvrv of lMrluHS SlXX).0lX) de-
lisrd to clumlfy. It Is (food to aorten pu in Tarloua buslucs bauka uo-
a i ...ilk ' a . t. a si .i airiin
water, to twwten drain, to ke-p milk
vrsM-la holeonie. to make milk Itself
sit wcJl upon delicate stomachs, to test
air for excess of carbonic acid If ther
Is too niucu carlionlc acid present, tb
clenr lltiierater lestatitly crnsts oter
to tnke out uiflrks left by grease pot
h-vt u Instant call back of that again
la ncrhnpa $S.000.0t)0 In United State
ami other pllt edged aecurltle tome.
.iinielT marketable, and tbe fourth and
Inst Hue of defense aud to be retired
uoon oulT In extreme CUtres Is 10.000,-
(WO or 11000.000 In bonds and uiort-
Foot Taylor Bt,
0 00 A. M.
1 00 P, U.
LesTa 0REG05 CITT
Foot Eighth 8U
7 00 A. M.
S 00 P. If.
OKoi City TraiprttU C.
which love been removed by stronger 0n which the mortgager will be
. ... a - I.I..(H It ' . '..a ... I. ...nnriw Aft
alkslls-ln fact, for so many tlUug It
lliould always l kept on bond. Mixed
with rubor wnt or Unseed oil to a
ereatnf 'consistence. It la the very bet
hoicl)ulil remedy for burns and acalds.
It mta pnictlcslly no more than th
twnMe of making. Put a lump of
.julckllme ns big a the two Oats In a
clean lartbcu pitcher, cover It alx Inch
es idecp with clean cold water, stir
wttji a wooden spoon and let It stand
alx bour. Tour off ttie clear iHjuia
without disturbing the lime, but let It
runi through double cheesecloth,
hurriedly called to make a payment on
account If the bank 1 pushed to ex
tremities Wlta ucb resource dis
aster would seem Impossible, though ft
hna come to the bt fortlfled Institu
MaaaaiSBt t a Pi.
No atrnuser tuonument ever existed
ih.n i.i whirh was erected at the
Hotel de Vlll by the luhabltanta of
Luiicburg. In Ilanover. In honor of a
i!T Ttiis. which took the form of a
ut ! kiml of mausoleum, contained a large
mnll bottles and cork tight, in , . esse Id which wsa hermetically
tulog always p tir on hair an men luod a fln bam cut from the anl
A Qr "rtlr Ksperleaea.
In narrating the frontier experience
of -The I'list White lliihy Porn In the
NorthvcM" In Tho I mile' Home Jour
nal W. 8. IlarwiMHl tdls of a queer ex-
jH-rlence that befell the family lu lire
nrht yenr after .settling on a farm fur
removed from the selileineiitH.
Tho wluter hiul iH-eti uiiiiHunlly long
ntiil severe, and their stock or proM-
slous ran low. It was a long distance to
the nenrmt base of supplies, nnd com-
iniiiilcntlon with the outside world una
been cut off. Indians lu Ihe udghlxir
hood one tilght broke Into tho rrnnnry
where the wheat was stored and stole
onsiitltr. In doing this a largo
amount of broken glass beenine mixed
with tho wheut which the Indian left.
so for tunny days, amid much merry
tory telling and many a Joko nmi
kttigh, In spite of the aerloua situation,
Ihe family isntherod about a large tabid
In their living room and icnt tho
short wln'.cr daya picking over tho
wheat, kernel by kernel, In order to
free It from the piece of glass.
For till wheat atood between them
and stnrvntlon, and nono of It pre-
A Drlehl Jarr.
In a larceny case lu Maine It wa
agreed to go on with only 11 men on
tho Jury. The trial Insted scvernl
hours, and then the Jury retired to
dollbcrnto upon the evidence and find
a verdict. After being out four hour
tho Jury reported that It could not
agree, nnd accordingly It wa dis
charged from further duty In tho case.
aud the prisoner wa remanded to too
Jail. A little later the attorney for tho
respondent "got at" oue of the Jury
men nnd asked blra bow the vote tood
In the Jury room. . .
"Wwll." said be, "we balloted about
20 tlmea. aud each time there were 11
vote for conviction, but at no time
could we get 12 vote for conviction, so
we had to report a disagreement."
A Hit of novrerr DUIoaaa,
Tbla gem of metropolitan EugUsb !
vouched for by the New ork corre
spondent of tbe l'lltsburg Commercial
I beard tbla bit of dialogue between
two llowcry hoodlum tho other day:
c I.I nno tin nnlnto.1 tn hla ahlnv
:loua kernels must lie lost Their stock b)ock troUBlra5 ..qU chlmmy. boweber
jf flour bad long alnco wasted away,
in hud most of their food supplies, so
they boiled nnd ute tho wheat without
grinding. Heilef reached them Just In
lime to prevent a sail ending to tho ex
perience. Arab aad tha Telephone.
We had a party of Arnbs along with
us and took them all over a great new
im nee olllco. Everything wns wildly
astonishing to them. They had Imag
ined thnt tho Kornn contained an mo
knowledge nnd wisdom of tho world,
yet hero were tho telegraph, tho tele-
" ... i 11 . l t..-
phone, the electrotype ami mo iii iiiinm
press. The place was a veritable en
.hunters' ciistlo to them. They would
never hnvo believed In tho telephone If
I had not called up their hotel and got
ono of their owu purty nt that end of
Tho dervish who had como along wns
bold ns well ns pious. When ho beard
thnt his friend five miles nwny wn
talking through tho Instrument, he
ninilo a dnsh nt It. Ho wns greatly ex
cited nnd yelled In n megaphone voice.
He thought we were tricking him, but
hero was his friend talking Arabic. Ho
rolled his eyes at mo In a despairing
manner nnd then begnn a search for
devils, being quite convinced thnt the
phono wns nu Invention of sntan. Independent.
"All right," wa the response, "but
dev ain't ci good ea yer lightest"
n'wan. ver ruv: clt wise. Dese la
doe, ouly 1 bad 'em dyed."
And then tbey got aboard a car.
now to Quit Chprlna Tobaeeo,
Tho "substitute cure" la worthy ot
tho attention of sufferers. We Uflve
ritiren of Mobile who ha tried It lie
wa nn Inveterate chewer of tobacco.
Ho topped chewing and took to chew
ing a plno stick. He alwoy bas thla
bit of wood between bla teetb, In wak.
Imr hour at least He has not tasted
tobacco In many year. Mobile Reg
"Why do you wander aimlessly from
place to place?" Inquired the philan
"Well." answered Meandering Mike,
"elcht hours' sleep a day I enough for
anybody. And we' gotter do somet'Ing
wit' do other 10 hour, alu't we?
Customer Walter, It I nearly half
an hour sinco 1 ordered that turtle
Wolter Sorry, lr, but you know bow
slow turtles are, sir.
from the top of a bottle that ha stood. 1
t fortnnal Dedaeflom.
Sergeant Kelly of the Irish bar In the
early yeara of the nlnttevnth century
psed to Induw m a picturesque elo
quence, racy of the oll. but unfortu-
imtily be would ometime rorget tue
line, of argument nnd would alway
fall back on tbe word "therefore."
which generally led hi mind back to
what he bad Intended aylng. Some
times, however, tbe effort wa almost
One time be had been complimenting
the Jury, assuring them thst they were
men of extraordinary Intelligence and
then brauehed off Into a statement of
his case. With a wave of his Vand and
a smile on his face be proceeded:
Thl la bo clear a case, gentlemen.
thnt I am convinced you felt It so the
very moment I stated It. I should pay
men of Intelligence a poor compliment
to dwell on It for a minute, therefore i
shall proceed to explain It to you as
minutely as posslble."-Oreen Bag.
" Cleaning Farmltnre.
Where a niece of furniture 1 rery
much soiled and requires to be cleaned
and polished, first wash It thoroughly
with warm onpy water, wasuing ouiy
a sinnll aurface at a time and drying It
quickly by rubbing It hard with a flan
nel. Mix together one pint of linseed
oil aud a half pint of kerosene, wet a
flannel with the oil mixture and rub
the cleaned furniture, Hest half an
hour before taking a fresh piece of
flannel and then by vigorous rubbing
nollsh the wood until It shine use
glass. This will not Injure tbe nicest
wood and Is nn easy method or Keeping
furniture bright. The odor soon disap
pear If tbe windows are left open.
Whers Its Pre tb Line.
"You don"t like walking very much,
do you?" Inquired the farmer horse,
who was gnulug near uic canai.
"Oh. I don't mind It uuder certain
conditions." replied the canalbont mule,
"Yon don't appear to like your exer
cise ou the towpath."
"No. That' where 1 draw tbe llue."-
Uaadr With HlB Tongae Too,
The followlug was a speech by a sue-
rpssful comuetltor for the prise or
foot race: "Gentlemen, 1 have won this
cud bv the use of my legs. I trust l
may never lose the use of my legs by
At.. - .i ..m lvnnlnir Wis-
luv use o luia iuy
By the fast
. and com
Leaves Portland daily except
Sunday at 7 a. m.
This is the Gnat Scenic Route.
All tourist admit tL at the scenery
on tha Middle Columbia is not ex
celled for beauty and grandeur in
the United States. Full informa
tion by addressing or calling on .
J. S. BOOTII, Agent,
Tel. 914. Portland, Or-
Office and wharf, foot of Oak St.
mal w hose memory was to be hauded
dowtt to posterity. Above was a hand
some slab of marble, on which, en
graved In letter of gold, wa tbe fol
lowing Inscription in Latin: 'Tassers-
lit nnt4m ulnte here the mortal re-
matna of tbe pig which acquired for
Itself imperishable glory by the dis
covery of tbe salt spring of Lune
Cbaaard Bla Tn.
It I said that when President Tolk
visited Boston he was Impressively re
ceived at Faneull Hall market The
clerk walked In front of blui down the
i..n-,h nt tiirt market annouuelug In
1 loud tone: "Make way. gentlemen, for
the president of the united State, ine
president of the United States! Fellow
cltlxens, make room!"
The chief had stepped Into one of the
miiB to look at some game, when the
clerk turned round suddenly and, find
ing himself aloue. suddenly cuaugvu
bis tone, and exclaimed: "My gracious!
Where ha that darned Idiot got tor
The follies of youth are draft on old
age,' the payment of which Is Impera
The eve of an educated person aver
age 2.500 nillea of reading In a life
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chase, whether it costs
little or much.
Complete stock of Gro
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Cakes, etc., always in
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we do the rest.
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Horses Boutrht and Sold.
Horses Boarded and Fed on reason
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