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OREGON CITY . ENTERFRJPE FRIDAY, DhCEMUER 27, 1901
Tim Flat ProMriylr-rlail cliiirch nu
cruwili'i) to tliu doom with IiivIIhiI gut-sis
C'lirlaima hlglit to wIlmiM the umirmgu
of MinCIirlotto May Andrews, dutiti
tttrof Mr. ami Mil". K. It. Andrews to
Mr. Clittnter AlUm Miilr. The church
iM'ortitift wero aiiperb. Mla Marga
rut William" playfd (h wadding limn h.
TIlU lirilll'IHMHl'l vii Mis Lhriu (iillx-it
ml tli gr'"W" attended liy Mr.
(jocirKii Cufr, Jr. Tlw Ualiwra were Mr.
Owen TliomaH and Mr. Theodore Weed.
Jti-v. A. J. Montgomery rend tlie hcuuli
ful initriUK rervlcM in no Impressive
iiihiiiii r mid tlm bride hiiiI groom re
ceived llm i-ungratiilatlon of their many
frienda. AfU-rtlie ceremony the wed
ding party were driven to Maplewood
l'liriii and partook of a sumptuous nip
per. Mr. and Mrs. Mulr were Ilia re-tiipli-iiK
of tunny handsome presents,
liit'lndiiig mi elegant oak sideboard from
tho Christian Kndeavor Hoclety, In
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Wllll'll HIM K'WlIl l ll-uili wumri.
Mr, Mulr l the Junior member uf the
firm of Mulr Hros. and lina a host of
friends In thl city who wind him a lung
nd happy married life.
Mia Daiy Rurfae and Mr, A, I
I'owell were tuairied Sunday t-t tho
home of Ilia grooms parents, Mr. and
Mrs. I). C. I'owell, J notice J. W. Me
The marriage l Mix Matilda M. Kief
Jul Mr. Urn Slyter was solomnliti'd
Monday morning by Judge McAnulty in
lnaollke. 1Mb are from New Kra,
where they will reride.
The inariiai:e of MIhm Dena Jonea and
John lhikuliuan was solemnised last
Tuesday by Justice McAnuliy. The
bride la from Clackamas and the groom
ia well know in this city, where he was
for some time connected with tlieBoutli
tiin 1'aciflc Company. They led by
Tuesday evening's train on their honey
Miss Ada C. Moehnke and Mr. Wil
liam M. Moehnke were married Ctirlst
mas afternoon; at 5 o'clock, at the real
lenceol Mr. Charles Moehnke on the
the West Hide, in the presence of imme
diate relative", Itev. A. J. Montgomery
ofliciating. A Christmas supper was
erred afier the ceremony.
' IIHAHA AT MI1.WACK1S.
"Hickory Farm," a comedy-drama of
New England life, was presented f riday
evening at the Milwaukie Town Hall,
before a crowded house. The play was
presented under the auspices of the Mil
waukie Brass Rand, for uniforms for the
bund The company was headed by
Mini Ethel Holm, and she was supported
by William P. Jacks, William Leyuian,
Mins Johanna Keil.Jack WmIhIi, Myrtle
Kelso, Wayne Bunnell and 11. 0. 0. Wil
son, All had been in public peiforin
nces before, but friduy evening they
were exceptionally good, even surprising
the large audience. During the evening
the Milwaukie Band rendered sever
cxcelleat selections. The performance
was repeated Saturday evening.
DOUIII.K CHINA WKDDINO.
Mr. and Mm. C. D. Story and Mr.
nd Mrs, Francis Welch entertained
number of their friends at the new
home of the former, on Sixth and Jo Her
eon stree's, Friday evening, tho occa
sion beinu the 20th anniversary of the
marriage of both Mr. and Mrs. Story
ndMr. and Mrs. Welch. The parlors
were handsomely decorated with Ore
gon grape, ferns and cut flowers. Mra.
C. F. 8tory and Miss Myrtle Taylor as
sisted io entertaining the guests. ,M'S
Story and Mrs. Welch were each pre
sented with a handsome Uaviland china
set by the guests. Games were played
and dainty refreshments were served in
the dining room, after which all ad
journed to the parlors, where they were
avored with vocal selections by Mrs. 8.
K. Ilicklln and Mr. and Mr. A. 8.
Dresser. At a lato hour the guests de
parted for their homes, wishing both
couples many happy returns.
Among those present Were: Mr. and
Mrs. C. D. Story, Mr. anj Mrs. Francis
Welch, Mr. and Mrs. A. 8. Drejser, Mr.
and Mrs. F. A. Miles, Mr, and Mrs. P.
K Ilicklln, of Seattle; Mr. and Mrs. D.
C. Latourette, Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Wil
liams, of Gladstone; Mr. and Mrs. L. .
Hitchcock, of Portland ; Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. Gront, Rev. and Mrs. Beaven, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Story, Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Taylor.Mr. and Mrs. It. W. Brown,
Mr. and Mra. C. A. Frost, Mrs. C. T.
Hickman, Miss Myrtle Taylor, Miss
TRY GKAIX-OI TRf GRAIS-0I
Ask your grocer today to show you a
package of GRAINO, the new food
Jrink that takes the place of coffee.'
The children may drink it without in-
jury as well as the adult. All who try
it, like it. GRAIN O has that rich seal ,
brown of Mocha or Java, but it is made
from pure grains, and the most delicate
atomarh receives it without distress. Jg 1
the price of coffee. 15c. and 25 cts. per
rackage. Sold by all grocers. 1
3 a) A TUDM A T
rAI.I." KNCAHI'MKNT A I.KAOKH.
The l'aciflo Odd fellow says: "It now
appears qniln evident that falls En
I rampinmit, No. 4, of Oregon City, the
i home of llm (hand Patriarch, will baud
I the lint in the "Kail of Honor" to be
i published after next aesalon of the Grand
Knuampment for the lurgeat number ad
milled during thU year. Ellison En
campment, No. 1. of Portland, will be a
clone afcoiiJ, with all the others to hear
from. Home of the country camps may
wske up and aurpriae ua yet. The
(Jrand Patriarch expects bis camp to
show net gain of :',.' "
M AHtiNlC. I'KMCKItH KI.KCTKI).
Multnomah Ixlge, No. I, A. f. A. M.
have elected the following omVere:
franklin T. Grilllth, worHhipful ina-tur;
Hichaid C. (iunoiiK, senior warden;
Joseph f, Lvncli, junior warden ; Tlios.
f. Hyan, secretary ; VV. K. Carll, treas
urer. Tho worahipfnl mauler bus Hindu
the following appointments: J. P. Keat
ing, senior deacon ; f. C. Miller, junior
deacon; A, W. France, lylor; C. A.
Miller, senior steward ; Junior
The Twilight Whint Club entertaim d
Christmas eve In Twilight Hull at Mount
Pleasant. A number of invitea guest
were p we nt. A tree graced the occa
sion and the evening was passed with
amusements suitable for the day.
I. O. 0. r. 1.01)0 it AT CANBV.
Air. J auies r.vans nas in liana the
organization of a new Odd fellows lodge
A meeting of the Milwaukie Grange
was he'd in the Town Hnll Saturday,
when the following oflli-ers were elected
for the ensuing year: Worthy master, R.
Scott; overseer, Jtrs. L. S. Holm; stew
ard, John James; assihtant steward,
William A. Snllwood ; chaplain, Mrs. S.
A. Taylor; treasurer, J. S. KihIc't; secre
tary, Mrs. M. A. Johnson; gatekeeper,
E. W Bunnell; Pomona, Mrs. J. M.
Sidlwoou; Flora, Miss Jessie Squires;
Ceres, Miss Eva Sargent; lady assistant
steward, Mies Ethel Holmes After the
election a line dinner was spread in the
hall. Four new members were Initiated
and 18 applications were received for
membership. The programme, which
followed in the afternoon, was inteiesting
to all. The pper, ''Early Settlers of
Oregon," by Mrs. D.- Mullon, was an
excellent exposition of the hardy pio
neer. The othei exercises were by :
Mrs. Anna Holm, J. Cork, of Illinois;
W. A. Sollwood, F . Roijers, T. J. Gary
and others. Subjects pertaining to
farming were dixcusHed. A banquet will
be given in two weeks.
The Ancient Order of Foresters meets
Monday evening to elect officers.
The masquerade ball at the Armory
last Thursday evening was an enjoyable
affair, The crowd was not large, but
what it lacked in numbers it made up in
An livnnicrliNt'H Hiory.
"I fullered for years with a bronchial
or lung trouble and tried various reme
dies hut did not obtuin permanent refief
until I commenced uning One Minute
Cough Cure," writes Itev. James Kirk-
man, evangelist, of Belle River, III. "I
have no hesitation in recommending it to
all suflerers from maladies of Ibis kind."
One Minute Cough Cure affords immedi
ate relief for rouuhs, col. I, and all kinds
ol throat anil lung troubles, for croup
it Is unequalled. Absolutely safe. Very
pleaHant to take, never fails and is really
a favorite with the children. They like it.
Geo. Harding. ,
IHht nifiilHlii d Travelers
And Globe Trotturs, invariably remark
the excellence of the Rio Grande Dining
Car service. For magniricient scenic at
tractions, fast and comfortable train
eervice Hiirea trains to the East daily)
and interest along the line, the route
through Salt Lake City and Denver via
the Rio Grande Western and Denver &
Rio Grande ia unsurpassed. Daily
through sleeping and dining cars to
Denver. Omaha, Kausas City, bt. Louis
or Chicauo without change. Personally
conducted excursions every week, for
rateB. folders or Information apply to
J. Mansfield, general agent, 124 Third
St.. Portland : or Geo. W. Ileintx, assist
ant (raneral passenger agent, Salt Lake
Digests what you eat.
Thl9 preparation contains all of the
digestinw and digests all klDdsol
food. It gives Instant relief and never
falls to cure. It allows you to eat all
the food you want. The most sensitive
Stomachs can take it. By Its use many
thousands of dyspeptics have been
cured after everything else failed. It
unequalled for all stomach troubles.
It can't help
but do you good
Jfc AROUND THE ?
j Marriage licences wero Insued this week
j to Cheater A. Mnir.20, and Charlotte May
( Andrews, 22; Wm. M. Moehnke, 27, and
j Ada C. Moehnke, 27; John H. Dickel-
man, u, an 1 u ma Jones, w, Ura Sly
ter, 10, and Mitilda Keif, 18; Leonard
Bchaber, 24, and Kuiellue Athey, 22;
Uichard Davis, 21 and Dullie Lemon, 18;
W. II. edavens, 32, and Mattle Terry, 24;
Robert U. Cramer, 2", and Cora John
Mathilda A. Stafford filed a complaint
for a divorce in the Circuit Court claim
ing her huHlmnd failed to provide her
Willi the necessities of life. They were
married st Vancouver, September 20.
The plaintiff aaks to resume her maiden
name, Mathilda A. Smith.
In the County Court Judge Thomas
F. kyun made an order that the Clerk of
the County Court notify all executors,
administrators and guardians whose
bonds are not executed in compliance
with the teverniM law, to Immediately
comply with its requirements of affixing
the proper revenue stamps to all bonds.
Of late a number of these bonds have
been filed without the ktumps, and the
order was made accordingly.
Ilenlllt and Iienufy.
A poor complexion is usuully the re
sult of a torpid liver or irregular action
of the bowels. Unless nature's refuse is
carried off it will surely caue impure
blood. Pimples, boils and other erup
tions follow. This is nature's method of
throwing eff the poisons which the
bowels failed to remove. De Witt's
Little Early Risers are world famous
for remedying this condition. They
stimulate the liver and promote regular
and healthy action of the bowels but
never cause gciping, cramps or distress.
Safe pills. George Hardin.
A Few Pointer.
The recent statistics of the number of
deaths show that a large majority die
with consumption. This disease may
commence with an apparently harmless
cough which can be cured instantly by
Kemp's Balaam for the Throat . and
Lungs, which is guaranteed to cure and
relieve all cases. Price 2oc and 50c.
For sale by all druggists.
Successful advertising Is that in which
people have confidence. The man who
makes false claims is wasting hie
A. J. Snell wanted to attend a party,
but was afraid to do so on account of
pains in his s'omach, which he feared
would grow worse. He says, ' I was
telling my troubles to a lady friend, who
said: "Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoe Remedy w ill put you in
good condition for the party." 1 bought
a bottle and take pleasure in st.iting that
1 wo doss cured me and enabled me to
have a good time at the party." Mr.
Snell Is a resident of Summer Hill, N.
Y. This remedy is for s.ile by G. A.
People are Interested in the unusual.
If there is something unique about your
store or stock, tell it in youi advertise
ment. The advice you need the most is the
hardest to ' listen to. Advertise all the
time. It pays if you have brains energy
Bun th. i in wo "aw iways BOipi
and are a truly wonderful medicine. I have often
wished for amecllolne pleasant to take and at lui
bafe found It lu Cascareu. HiDceuklnatbem. m'
ki.wh h. wn ntirlnnri and lnv comulex OD has ini-
prored wonderfully and I feol much better In ever
war." UitA. BAU.li B. baiXAUi. LuttreU, Teno.
Pleasant Pslatahi. pnectn. tim ucto. o
Good, Merer Sicken. Weaken, or Gripe. 10c fee, too.
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MTrl Dlf Sold and nrntl by alldnif-
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Rupture and Tiles
Cured without operation or detention
DR. 0. E. WATTS
Room 14, McKay Bldg. 3rd & Stark Sts.
Hours a to 4 and 7 to 8 P. M.
salary for an Intellhrent man or woman in
each town. Permanent position. 30 cents
per hour for spare time. Manufacturer,
Box 1102, Chicago.
TV. 'Williams' Indlam
rilol VI M H I wiu .
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and Iteklac Tllea. It i
absorbs lha tumors, al-
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Instant rclisf. lr. Wll- ,
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OINTMENT la Prs-
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If CATHARTIC 4
thaoi mass aamtvr
From the Capitol
Senator Hanna ia ambitious to place
himself securely in a niche of fame.
He is now endeavoring to make strikes
and lock-outs impossible and to put an
end forever to wars between American
labor and American capitol. In a re
cent interview he said : "I would dis
arm capital of Its antipathy to trades
unions and of it's ruinous policy that has
tooofton ruled in the past. I would
disarm labor of Us distrust of capital
and of its desire to place the union
head of the ni tterial welfare of the men
who work. Both should be brouKbt to
gether on a platform of mutual rood
will. I would rather have the credit of
doing this than be President of the
Anarchist will have to sing low here
after. Upon resolution offered by Sen
ator Vest, of Missouri, the Senate Judi
ciary Committee is preparing a report
which will embody measures to prohibit
these unwelcome wild beasts of society
from coming to this country audio pro
vide means for the deportation of those
already here The committee will also
consider the question whether or not a
penal colony can be established to which
all anurchints may be deported.
The application of the Monroe doctrine
is juat at this time interesting the Siate
Department. German war vessels are
rendezvousing in the vicinity of the Car
ibbean Sea, and it is believed that Em
peror William has ordered this display
of force in order to signify to the Venzue
Ian Government that there must be no
further delay In the paymeut of the $2,
000,000 due the German bond-holders.
It was just this contingency that Presi
dent Roosevelt has in mind when he
pointed out in his annual message that
the Monroe doctrine is to be invoked
only to prevent territorial aggrandize
ment by any power; it does not, bow
ever, afford a shelter to a nation which
refuses to pay its honest debts.
As predicted the Senate, in secret ses
sion, ratified the new Hay-Paunceforte
treaty by a nearly unanimous vote, with
out a word of amendment. We can now
build the Nicaragua canal, unhampered
by any prior agreement with a foreign
power. Senators Bailer and Culberson,
of Texas, approved the treaty, for rea
sons which they have not yet made pub
lic. The new treaty will not prevent
the United States from fortifying the
canal should It so desire, and provides
that in time of war the provisions of the
treaty are to be no longer in force. This
is exactly the opposite to the Clayton
Bulwer treaty, which it supersedes.
, ' Oregon I'ltT Market Report.
1 (Corrected to Friday.;
I Wheat No. 1, 55c bushel.
, Hour fortune!, . I'O per bbl. tia c
per Bk. Howard's Bist, 85c per sack,
13.20 per bb!.
Oats in sacks, white, 95 to f 1 per
cental, gray, bo to 90.
Hay old Timothy, bales, $11 per ton ;
loose, 9 to $9 50 per ton. Clover $8
Dale. $9 Mixed hay, $S.
Millstuffs Bran, $17.50 per ton.
shorts, $19 50 per ton chop, $16 50 per
ton, barley, rolled, $20.00 per ton.
Potatoes new, 80c to $1 per hundred
, Ekks Oregon, 27c to 30c per dozen.
Butter Ranch, 30 to 45c per roll.
Apples Baldwin and Northern Spies,
45 and 55 cents per box.
unions, choice 1,4c to ic per lb.
Dressed cnickens, 10 to 12 c per lb.
Livestock and dressed meats; beef,
live, $3.25 to $3.75 per hundred. IIokb,
live 4 cts; hogs, dres-ed, 5g to 6u;
eheep, 2?4 to 3'4f; sheep, dressed, 6c;
vBit.dresifd, 1)i to 8c; lamb live,2Jc;
lambs, dressed, 6,'aC
St. John's, Catholic Bev. A. Hillelirand,
pastor. On Sunday, mass at 8 and 10:30 a.
m. Third Sunday in eacli montb, German
sermon alter 8 o'clock ruaaa; at all other
inatses, English sermons. Sunday-echo ol
at 2:30 p, m. Vespers, apologetics! subjects
and benediction at 7:30 p. 111.
German Evangelical Lutheran Imman
nal Cornel Eighth and J. Q. Adams sts.;
Ker. Ernest J. W. Mack, pastor, bunday
schoo at 10 a. m. ; weekly services every
Thursday at 8 p. ni. German school every
Haiurilaj from 9 to 12. Everybody invited.
Methodist Episcopal Church-Bey. W. 8.
Grim, paator. Morning service at 10:45.
Sunday School at 10:00. Class meeting after
morulnc service. Evening terries) at 730.
Epwortn League meeting Sunday evening at
6:30; Prayer Meeting Thursday evening at 7 010.
ttranxera oordiallr lavlted.
FIKBT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.-RlT. A
J. Montgomery, Pastor. Services at 11 a.m. and
7:80 r. M. Sabbath School at 10 a. m. TouDg
People's Society of Christian Endeavor meets
every Sunday evening at :30. lburaday
evening prayer meeting at 7:80, Beats tree.
EVANGELICAL, CHDRCH-Cornar of
Eighth and Madison street, Kev. 8. Copley
pastor Services every Sabbath at 11 a. m
and 7:45 ;p. in. Sunday School 10 a. m
Prayer meeting 8 p. m. All are welcome
BT. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHCRCH
Rev. P. K. Hammond, Rector. Services
every Sunday at 11 a. m, and 6:00 p. m.
Sunday school at 10 o'clock, Other services
as may be announced. All seats free. Stran
gers cordially invited. .
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHDRCH,
corner of Main and Eleventh streets Rev.
E. 8. Bollinger, pastor. Morning service
10:30; Sunday School 12; Junior Endeavor
6; Y. P. 8. 0. E. prayer meeting 6:30;
evening service 7:30.
United Brethren Cor. Eighth and Pierce
streets. Rev. Cocking, pastor. Services
every Sunday at 11 a. rn. and 7;30p. m.;
Sunday-school at 10 a.m.; young people's
meeting at 6:30 p. m.; prayer meeting
eyery Wednesday evening.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. Rev. J.
H. Beaven, pastor, breaching services
every Sunday at 10 30 and 7:30 p. m. Sun
day school at 12 noon to 1 p. m, Jnnior
meet in the afternoon and the Senior Young
People's society and Bible study class at
6:15 p. m. Thursday evening, regular
prayer service at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday
evening, B'Me atndy class at Y. M. C. A.
rooms led by tbe pastor.
Two Circus fr'rala.
"A great deal of unnecessary sym
pathy Is wasted upon the circus man
who stands up proudly In spangled
tights and lets another circus man
bring down a sledge hammer upon a
rock placed upon his head with force
enough to break It," says an old circus
man. "This Is spectacular, but Is en
tirely painless and calls for no gerat
strength or endurance. Upon the cra
nium of the strong man Is put an Iron
contrivance weighing about 150 pounds
and provided with cushions both above
and where It rests upon the bead. A
pretty good sized rock-1 used, and tbe
hammer is heavy one, ao you can see
that the blow that cracks tbe rock la
really a serious one. But most of the
force Is taken up by tbe rock and the
rest by the Iron and cushions, while
tbe only sensation felt by tbe subject
Is a gentle tap.
"No more difficult than this Is the
act whereby the hero of tbe canvas
tent permits a rock to be broken upon
his chest with a blow from a sledge
hammer. So long as tbe subject's back
Is free and does not rest against any
solid object the trick Is perfectly sim
ple. A little Illustration: Take a board
up and let It lie freely In your band
and bit It smartly wltb a bammer. It
Is difficult to burt your band, and tbe
thicker tbe board tbe less tbe sensa
tion. But now put our hand on tbe
table and hit the board. Hurts, doesn't
It? Well. It's the same wltb tbe rock
on tbe chest."
How Oar Anreatore Quarreled.
A study of media'vnl rural life Is apt
to give tbe Impression that tbe princi
pal part of the life of the people was
spent In quarreling or In tbe commis
sion or prosecution of offenses. Our
ancestors certainly were a very liti
gious and a very disorderly people.
Tbe records teem wltb instances of men
and women drawing knives against one
another, of breaking into bouses, of
prosecuting one another for slander.
Then we bave such entries as these:
"It Is ordained by common cousent
that all tbe women of the village must
refrain their tongues from all slander
ing." "Thomas, son of Robert Smltb.
is lined '2 pence because bis wife Ag
nes beat Emma, tbe wife of Robert
the tailor, and Robert, the tailor, six
pence because bis wife Emma swore at
Agnes, the wire of Thomas." "It Is en
joined upon all tbe tenants of the vil
lage that none of them attack any oth
ers In word or deed, wltb clubs or ar
rows or knives under penalty of paying
Such entries, frequently occurring. In
addition to the .innumerable Instances
of Individual attack, slander, petty
theft and other Immorality seem to
show a community of far from perfect
Italian Love Toma'oea.
Italians more than any other people
value tomatoes, and each one that
cornea to perfection is as carefully tend
ed as though It were an apple of gold.
Not only do tbe housewives delight In
tbe fresb vegetables themselves, but,
generally siMaklnK. those home tended
are better than any purchase at tbe
marker, and so cocb one Is jealously
saved to make tomatoe sauce for tbe
spaghetti, without which no Italian
Sunday would be Sunday. One soapbox
gardener one season sold enough toma
toes to give her quite a little pin mouey.
No one who knows the Italian well will
be surprised to learn that many of tbe
boxes are devoted to peppers, for they
In truth furnish much of their spice of
life, and even the little Italian girU
know bow to stuff and cook them In a
dozen different ways that tempt tbe
palate. Boston Transcript.
Coloring of Flowers.
A florist says that the law governing
tbe coloring of Bowers makes a blue
rose Impossible. According to this law
tbe three colors red. blue and yellow
never all appear In the same species
of flowers. Any two may exist, but
npver the third. Thus we have tbe red
and yellow roses, but no blue; red and
blue verbenas, but no yellow; yellow
and blue In the various members of
tbe viola family (as pansles, for In
stance), but no red; red and yellow
gladioli, but no blue, and so on.
Manv nlant growers become annoyed
because tbe older leaves at the base of
their rubber plants turn yellow and
fall off. This Is a natural nrocesa. it
does not Indicate any defect In tbe
nlant It la slmolv tbe ripening of tbe
old foliage, wbicb cannot be retained
Indefinitely. Sometimes. However, tne
losa of foliage results from the want of
root room, but In such cases tbe plants
refuse to grow.
When a traveler In tbe grand ducbT
of Baden, Germany, wanta to send a
teleeram while be la In tbe train, be
Writes tbe message on a postcard, wltb
tbe request that It be wired, puts on a
stamp and drops It Inta tbe train letter
box. At the next station tbe box Is
cleared and tbe message sent out.
Matrimony and Kres,
An old man was rallied by his friends,
n his marrvlnc a voung wife, on tbe
inonnnlitv nf their flcs. He rcD I led.
"She will be near me to close my eyes."
'Well, replied a frit oa, t ve naa
two of them, and they opened my
Her Mother- Kdltb. don't yon think
yon are getting too old to play with
Edltb-No, mamma; tbe older I get
tbe better I like tb m.-TIt Bits.
'Mt wife always consults me about
every article of attire she buys-frocks.
ts, shoes, gloves, everything.
My wife does, too-ttiat Is, sue asaa
for tbe money."
Now Open for Business.
Package II-O Meal
3 Packages seeded Raisins
Pound Corsican Citron
Pound Black Figs
3 Pounds Mince Meat
Pail Armours Star Mince Meat
We handle a full line of
Miles & McGlashan
DAILY EXCEPT 8UNDAY
TO SALEM AND INDEPENDENCE
ALTON A AND POMONA
LKAVS OBKGON CITY
Going up, 8 :00 A. at. Going down 2 .30 r at
DAILY RIVER EXCURSIONS
Str. LEON A.
Leavs PORTLAND Leave OREGON C1TT
Foot Tavlor 8t, Foot Eighth 8u
9 00 A. M. 7 30 A. M.
12 30 P. M. 11 00
4 00 2 30 P. M.
Oregon City Transportation Co.
SCHEDULES OF TIME
SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY
7:00 a. ra.
9:22 a. m. (Albany Local) ,
6:10 p. m.
9 :22 a. in.
4:50 p. in. (Albany Local)
9:14 p. tn.
Astoria & Columbia
River Railroad Co.
D'ly D'ly Elective D'ly D'ly
July 6, 1001
Ml. A.M. A.M P.M.
6 65 8 00 ,v. Portland .Ar 11 10 9 40 :
8 OA 9 05 .Goble 10 05 8 35
8 20 9 18 ... Rainier .... 9 52 8 20 "
8 38 9 35.. .Pvrimid.... 9 35 8 00
8 44 9 40 .... Mayger .... 9 30 7 54 .
8 50 9 50 Quincy .... 9 20 7 48
8 58 10 03... Intakanie. .. 12 7 34
" 9 08 10 10 ...Marshland .. 9 02 7 28
9 19 10 21 ....Westport ... 8 52 7 17
9 37 10 3!l Clifton 8 37 7 02 '
10 00 11 02 .... Knappa.... 8 17 6 42
10 08 11 10 .... Svenrrn .... 8 07 6 32
10 20 11 22 ....John Day... 7 65 6 20
10 30 II 30 Ar.. Astoria. .Lv 7 45 6 10
11 30a. m...l f ... 7 40 a. m
11 35 p.m.. I AuTnrtA ....4 00p.m
5 50k.m...f ASTORIA . . .0 35 a. in
8 15 a. ni... j I ... 5 50 p. m
6 15a. ni...i f ...12 30 p. tn
2 30 p.m... ttVkaiTtw 7 20 p. m
S00p.ni... ' 6EA8IDE ... 1 30p.ro
9 45a. m...J ... 9 30a. m
All trains make clow connections at Gobi
with all ftorthern Pacific trains to or from
the East or Sound Points.
At Portland with all trains leaving Union
At Astoria with I. R &K. Co.'s boats and
rail line, and Steamer T. J. Potter, to and
Irom Ilwacoand North Beach Points.
Ticket office, 255 Morrison st., and Union
depot. J. C. MAYO.Gen. Pass. Agt.
By tho fast
Leaves Portland daily except
Sunday at 7 a.m.
This is the Great Scenic Ronte.
All tourist admit that the scenery
on the Middle Columbia is not ex
celled for beauty and grandeur in
the United States. Full informs'
tion by addressing or calling on -J.
S. BOOTH, Agent,
Tel. 914. Portland, Or,
Office and wharf, foot of Oak St.
Steamer Gr. W. Sharer,
Portlatid foot of Washington street Tues
days and Thursdays at 5 p. m., (or Clata
kania and way landings. Sundays to
Returning, leayeg Clatekanie Wednes
day and Thursdays at 4 p. m., tide per
This is the nearest and most direct
route to the great Kehalem valley.
Shaver Transportation Co