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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1902
AN KIMUYAHI.K I'ANTY.
imI HHlurtlay rvvnlng ncure ol gy
nil '!iiilu aamlilml lit tlio rvaliliuiM
Ir. mill Mr, 0
A. Hauling, t(J do
Iim m v Ij.h ii 1 1 1 .rl hi Uv i.I t iu r
,lilfr Mlt Nulla.
wottM t lim tilt lo lutnuiite ntur
vahle affiir than waa lima tiiriilerml
Mr. mid Mr. Ilurdinu, anil, Juditiiig1
a iliu oulbmata ol 1iiiikIiIi tliat could .
furdon tlm mrt-itt, tint Imyi and
i ttvre loiUiiily royally wiiertalned.
young Kut arrlvwl arly and re-
'i ni'il until a late hour mid not niii-
ri ul lung fvmilim taw I ho tnthual
. .i of )ouili li-nwin-d in t lie loHiit
, T .i i y of Hume g iini-t ao dear to the heart
'. uiung end old ot'ciipiud the young
' fi moat of the fvuiiinn and found la
I t'Hxti u willing ml ciiiIiunIhhiIc particle
The iM(!l(iii pailora were decor
ii.- 1 with vine rnl evergrt'eui and the
6 h !e t'Hi waa one Injig to le roiiitim
I . iyj hy all ire'iit.
A 'U-T arvural hour of merry-mulling
m! KSIIK'H, U'lllltlllg llllll IllHJll Wit In
(i'!;!iid in, mid In thia, mi iu every other
tl aiuiliiK (nature of the evuuing, all
''In ii.'tlly rlitijitiid.
lie itiifite present at the waaalon
iro mi follow: Miaa Kimie Mock, Mia
,-vte (Shannon, Mia Clara Nehrvn,
,,,,&' Iti-va dray, of l'urlland, Mia Aide
r I mhtiin. of Portland, Mia Nellie
A d, Miaa Dolly Pratt, Mia (juraie
. :: .i ii'limy. Mia Uiale Kelly, Mia
t.i r ddine Mi'Cown, Hoy Kelly, Barton
'I'-i'I'iw, Otto Miller, Florame Sullivan,
il ia m llammond, Frank I oonia,
''.'I ntli-a Hullingnr, Norwood Charman,
VV -titi Harding.
I- i. Ilariling wa aaiaied in enter
! ;iiiinK by Mine F.luia Alhilglit and Miaa
! lit -ilil'tte Walilul).
ii. ( ; "a ail' m il HmicrTii ..
t: ii New Year afternoon and evening,
v. and Mra. A. J. Montgomery tend-
( f 1 their nuiiieroui Mend and church
.iH-inlirra, an enj lyahle reception. Ow
i3 1 to tliti fart that Mr. and Mra. Mont
: ! .i.iiry' circle of frlemU la ao large, the
I-m. mi were inviie-J lo aaMimhle in the
; ;h .ri;li parlota and at the appointed
J.nt., wliicli waa 4 o'clock in the after
)ii, they came in goodly niimhert.
, f The large auditorium had been taatlly
!!:! ( united In fern, evergreen and Ore-
0 i n grape all of which contributed do
I'fttla lieauty to the arene.
1 The frietuU that aMi-mbled on tlii oc-
' uii-inn, were not church member only,
4 K'ln were not Identified with any church
, it nil other were member of aome
f itlii'f denomination, but thl difference
inlet rai led nothing from the fervor of
jTii!tlil fellowship that ha exleted for o
' Or ;! between the paitorand the eople.
'liM.-eihliig" over "00 friend availed
' ln Hixelve ol thia opportunity to meet
"ilr. and Mr. Montgomery, and they
,1(11 Mnueil to come till almoat 10 o'clock
,fi - :l thelaat viailor arrived.
k Ii: the little parlora pn the right of the
:n : !ritnn a dainty lunch waiaerved to
I Sit ii guent, tliM conainted of cake and
a-H.-aallof which received liberal pa
t in ige from one and all.
Nr. and Mra. Montgomery have beon
seven yeara actively envaged in
r-ili'iM-li work in thia city and their labor
I in .- certainly not been In vain for their
d in,)h memberahlp hi Incieaaed rap
'ilif and wtial I more tiieir Irlenil are
')( i , acd not alone to their own niem-
but they extend to all oilier denom.
tiHiiimi in the city.
,,u:f waiciikd tiik oi.dyrar dkpabt,
K--Tf Ycar'a Eve witneenoil large
l'v - aibly of young people at the Y. M.
y. A. where they came totiether to
'! 1 rate the departing of the old year.
fl-i' early part of the evening wa oceu-
y.i 1 with indoor banket and baae ball
li Then followed aahort program,
iji.ii iHting of a piano solo by Mies Veda
V. am, recitation by Mia 8eely, eolo
i. 1 1
A. Miller, and Miaa Mary Conyera,
Uibawinging by Mr. Kobert War
Kefreelnnenta wereaerved and the
' then repaired to the parlora,
e, under the leadership of Rev, Mr.
niter, they Doited in an Impressive
inlay evening there was held an in
ting teacher's mectinu at the real
4 of Mrs. N. 0. Walden. This
ing is held every- two -weeks at the
i of different teachers and friends
t lias fur ita object the discussion of
tit evenU. On this Monday even
bree subjects were ably presented
tily Congrees by Hon. A. 8. Dreseer.
' Chinese Exclusion Act by Rev. A.
' ontKomery and The Life of Freai
- Koosevelt by Mies Clark. The
' meeting will be held at the home
rs. Rots Charman, .
S OBACI MAB81IALL SNTKBTA1N8.
hm Grace Marshall entertained
t twenty of her friends at her
a in Can?mah Batuiday evening,
es and vocal and instrumental
c were enjoyed and dainty refresh
tnpany A., Third Regiment, Oregon
onal Guard returned early Friday
ning from Portland, whore they
v for regimental inspection and inus-
Multnomah Ixl No. 1. A. F. A A,
; M., mid Clai:kaina(Jliaittr, No. 2, JC
1 A. M., Irnld a joint Inatallalloti laat Krl-
u7 fvviiinx III MUiuioiiiaii null. JlHtir
the Installation a mimical mid liurary
prKraiii waa miulr-nul mid a banquet
. wrvwl. Pant Muntr J. KiitMie
Hil(ie mid otlu.ru nud-i aMrvaia. Tim
Mlowlnu oliler of Multnomah J.oltfu
wera iiintalhid s Franklin T. (iriflilh,
worahipful iimaier; Hiidiard (ianoni:,
aenior wardmi ; Joseph F. Lynch, junior
warden ; Thomas F. Ryan, aecretary ; V.
K. Carll, treurr; John 1. Keating,
unlor deacon ; F. C. Miller, junior dea
con j A. V. France, tylur; George Vwy,
aenior iieward ; G. A. Miller, junior "tow
ard. The olllcvr of Cluckama Chapter
Inalalled were: J. II. Walker, excellent
high prliiat; (icorg.i F. 1 lot ton, king; J.
C. Zlni-er, ecribe; M. ISclluck, secretary ;
T. F. Ryan, trcuaurer; C. J. Ituchatiaii,
captain ol the boat; John It. Humphry,
principal aJiiirier; Hoi Garde, royal
arch captain j Fred C. Miller, Jr., grand
maater of the third vail; J. E.. Ilede,
grand manter of Hie aecond vail; J. 1'.
Keating, giand master of the third vuil;
A. W, France, guard. Multnomah
Lodge ha the (liatiiiction of being the
oldest Maaoiilu IinIk in Oregon and
Clackamu Chaptur ia the lecond oldi-et
Chapter In the Slate.
KI.KCTIOM Of OKKICKRa.
On Peiember 2Blh, the Maple
Lane Grange No, S'.fl, held it regular
annual election of olliccra In the Keventl
street hall. Thia order la Increaaing In
meinberhlilp every iiionth and not only
in member but alao In prestige. The
meuihernhlp already i fifiy-one, with
encouraiting Indication that it wiil con
tin (in lo llicreaae. On the laat Saturday
of every month, at 10 a. in , a meeting is
held, and subjei ts of intereat are die
ciimioiI. The olth'er elected at thia time
were a follows : Master, l!ro. L. W. In
gram ; Overneer, Pro. Win. B ard ; Let"
lurer, Mrs. M. A. Intcram; A act. Stew
ard, Ray Cooper; Chaplain, Win, Dray
ton; TieaHurer, A. Mauti; Secretary,
Edith Jackaon; Gate Keeper, Harry
Klielly ; Cerea, Mrs. Worma; IWona, E.
M. Gilihs; Flora, A. Shorilidge; Lady
Aaaaiatant Stewanl. Jeii-io Jackaon.
New Year'a Eve. witneaaed the
armory full of young ladies and gentle
men dancers. . The ball was given by
the Maccabees for the benellt of mem
ber and friend of member and eveiy
body present pronoun, I it the moot
perfect iicceaa of it kind ever seen in
thl city. The pparioua lull wa beauti
fully decorated with ferns, ivy and
Oregon grape and this leather with the
many attractive costumes of thoce
present, rendered the whole scene an
tractive one. Evereat' orchestra, of
1'orlland, was present and rendered the
muaic for the evening, and their renditi
ons as muni, met with high favor from
0. A. R. AND HT. H. 0. INHTAI.I.ATIOS.
The ollhtrs of Meade Font No. 2, i.
A. R. and Meade Relief Corp No. 18.
W. R.C. will te initialled at Willrmelte
hall on Momlay evening, January 0, at
7 :30. All old soldiers whether members
of the 0. A. R. or not, and their families
are cordially invited to be prevent.
By order of Font Commander, F. H.
Falls Encampment, Independent order
of Oild Fellows met laat week and initi
ated 12 new membeis, and ended with a
banijuet. This encampment has mora
than doubled i'a membership Miice last
July, having taken In 4(1 candidates and
now have a membership of 80. Grand
Patriarch Thus. F. Ryan will institute a
new Odd Fellow lodge at Canny Janu
ary 10 with a charter list of sbjut 50
On Wednesday evening the Knights of
Pythias In this city took possession of
their new hall in the new Woodmen of
the World building and the business of
the evening was the installation of the
following officers: C. C, I. O. Dilman ;
V. C, R. Simmon; P., p. Freye: K.
R. and 8., I. Peckorer ; W. F., I. Simons ;
M. C, W. I. Wilson.
The Willamette Rebeccas Decree No. 2,
I. 0. O. F., assembled at the Odd Fel
low Hall New Year' eve ami watched
the old year out, The evening was en-
joyably spent in games and sociability.
Willamelte Falls Camp No. 148, W. of
W., held a grand jubilee meeting New
Year's eve. Initiation of officers occurred
at this time, alter which the women's
Circle surprised the company with a
t'blld Worth Million.
"My child is worth millions to me."
say Mrs. Mary Bird of Harrisburg, Pa.,
"yet I would have lost her by croup had
I not purchased a bottle of one Minute
Cough Cure" One Minute Cough Cure
is sure cure for coughs, croup and throat
and lung troubles. An absolutely sale
cough cure which acts immediately.
The youngest child can take it with
entire safety. The little ones like the
taste and remember bow often it helped
them. Every family should have a bot
tle of One Minute Cough Cure bandy.
At this season especially It may be
needed suddenly. Geo. A, Harding.
HheriTCooke Friday refunded 74 .B0
to prrHons who bad purchased property
on ahich (here a as a double aHement
at the recent tax salo of property to
which the county had acquired title.
We offer One Hundred I)ollars Re
ward for any cane of catarrh that culinot
be cured by Hull's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CiiKNicr 4 Co.,
l'roiis., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the laat 15 years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable in all bua
iueaa tranaactioiiN and financially able to
carry out any obligations made by their
VT & Tuiux, Wholeale Druggists,
Toledo, O. I
Waumno, Kinran k Mauvik, Whole
sale Ihup-gist, Toledo, O.
Hall'sCatarrh Cure is taken Internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mu
cous auriuces ol tiie syHtem. rnce 7oc
lr tioltle. Sold by all drnggiata. Tuati
Hall's Family Fills are the beet,
Rev. W. G. Elliot, Jr., State Superio
teudent, will preach at Willamette Hall,
over Harding's Drug Store, Sunday
evening, January f, at 7:30 o'clock
Subject of sermon: " Happiness. "
An KramgelNt'N aiiory.
"I fullered for years with a bronchial
or lung trouble and tried various reuie
dies but did not obtain permanent refief
until I commenced using One Minute
Cough Cure," writes Rev. James Kirk
man, evangelist, of Belle River, III. "I
have no hesitation in recommending il lo
all sufferer from maladies of this kind."
One Miuute Cough Cure afforda immedi
ate relief for coughs, colds, and all kinds
ol throat and lung troubles. For croup
it is unequalled. Absolutely safe. Very
pleasant to lake, never fails and is really
a favorite with the children. They like it.
Only One Way To Do It.
Get from Portland to Chicago in 72
hours-just three days. The "Chicago-
Portland Special." leaving Portland
daily at H a. m. via. U. K. & iN. arrives
at Chicago at 9:30 the third day. New
York and Boston are reached the fourth
day. This train, acknowledged to be
the fastest between the Northwest and
the East, is aolidly vestibuled and Its
equipment is unsurpassed. Pullman
drawing room sleeping cars, up-to-date
tourist sleeping; cars, library-smoking
cars, free reclining chair cars, and un
excelled dining tars, the meals on which
are equal to those served at the veiy
best hotels. Remember this train runs
solid Portland to Chicago; there is no
change of cars, and the good of it is, it
costs no more to ride on It than on other
We have oilier trains "Pacific Ex
press" leaves Portlund daily at 9 p. m.
via Huntington, and the "Spokane
Flyer" leaves at 0 p. m. daily via Spo
kane for St. Paul and the East.
For rates, sleeping car reservations,
call or w rite lo
A. L. Cbaio,
General Passenger Agent,
0. R. A N. Co., Portland, Oregon.
What shall We Have For Dessert!
Thia question arises in the family ev
ery day. Let us answer it lo-day. Tiy
Jell-0, a delicious and healthful dessert.
Frepired in to minutes. No boiling!
no baking I simply add boiling water and
set to cool. Flavors: Lemon, Orange
Raspberry and Strawberry. Get a pack
age at your grocers to-day. 10 cts.
The Excitement Not Over.
The rush at the drug store still con
tinues and daily scores of people call for
a bottle of Kemp's Balsam for the Throat
and Lung for the Throat and Lungs for
the cure of Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis and Consumption. Kemp's
Balsam, the standard family remedy, is
sold on a guarantee and never fails to
give entire satisfaction. Price 2oc and
Ely's Cream fob
Knuy and pleasant to I
It ts qnfrkljr ahsorborl,
(jives Kelief at once.
Tf Otuttia Slii1 rlninaaa
Aiasas? COLD 'N HEAD
limit and 1'roiccis the Mcmhrnne. Rrxtorea th
Ki-nafs ot Taste and 8 ljre Sine, 60 cents r.
Drucirists nr hr mail ; Trial Sire, 10 crnta bj mail.
bLX fiitOT libit. M Wartuu buml. New V ur
Knofon and sobn
I bhereber good crops
j aregrobn. J I
Sold everywhere. I J
1901 Annual FREE. J J
W D. M. FIRRY A CO.
i . i
fcrmcr's W ri
FCCS MV '
are weed. Unless
they are kejt down,
they divert the nu
trition which the
soil provide from
the growing crops and ruin their pro
ductiveness. Diaease are to the body what weed
are to the soil. They divert the nutri
tion which is necessary to sound health,
and the holy, instead of being strong
and hardy, dragaont sickly existence.
When the stomach is diseased, and the
other organs of digestion and nutrition
are involved with it, there is a constant
loss of nutrition bv the body. The tom
ache and it allied organs are not able to
convert the foods into nourishment, and
hence the body and its several organs are
deprived of the necessary elements of
vitality. What is known aa "weak"
heart or "weak" lungs, "weak" nerve
and other forms of so-called weakness, are
generally caused by "weak" stomach.
When the stomach and the other organs
of digestion and nutrition are cured, then
the other diseases are cured with it. Dis
ease which are caused by a diseased
condition of the stomach are cured
tli rough the stomach. Dr. Pierce'
Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases
of the stomach and its associated organa
of digestion and nutrition. It curea
through the stomach diseases of heart,
lungs, liver and other orpansi It in
creases the activity of the blood-making
glands, so that the whole body is nour
ished by an abundant supply of pure
blood, r.ch in the bright red corpuscle
There is no alcohol in "Golden Med
ical Discovery" and it contains neither
opium, cocaine, nor any other narcotic
It is strictly a temperance medicine.
Persons suffering from chronic forma
of disease are invited to consult Dr.
Pierce by letter free. All correspondence
strictly private. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce,
Buffalo, N. Y.
Suffered for Years
"My irratitude to you and your Golden Med
ical XJiacovery ' is ao grcal." write Mr. Koas
Martin, of A rice, Muton Co., West Virginia. thai
I am at a loss to find words loexpreaa my true
frrlinK. I had sufTcred for a number of "years
with lung and throat troubles, and doctored with
apecialila, but git no belter. Then I decided
to try lr. Pierce'a Golden Medical lliacovery,
and after using it I wna ereatlv relieved. 1 have
all faith that it has aaved my life.
I liave one of your nicdicai books and think
It a grand work.
Torpid Liver Cured
I was a auftVrer from tornld liver for over a
year," writes Mra. Nora Willi, of Wheatfield,
Jasper Co., Ind., rnnd could not sleep, nor eat
but very little, and then it would cause me great
diitreaa. I tried several doctors but gtt no re
lief. Waa advised bv a frieud to write to Ir.
Pierce, which I did. and in a few dav I received
a letter advising me to take his G"olden Med
ical Discovery' and also his 'Pleasant Pellets.'
After 1 had taken oulyhalf a bottle I waa greatly
improved. I only look three bottles of the
'Golden Medical Discovery ' and two vials of the
'Pellets.' and. thanks to Dr. pierce and hia
wonderful medicine, I am as well as ever in my
tile, and feel th it life is worth living alter alL
I,st winter I took a severe cold which re
sulted in pleurisy. Tongue can not tell what I
BulTered. For two nights and two days I could
nut move without il nearly killed me. I told
my hutbnnd ! could not endure another night ol
suffering. The weather was so cold and stormy
Hint it was almost loo bad lor any one to go six
miles to town, but he went, and got a bortle of
Dr. Pierce's Kxtract of Smart -Weed, which gave
me instant relief. I can say that for all pains
that 1 have tried it for it has worked like magic
We keep a bottte of the 'Smart -Weed" in the
house all the time. I cannot thank Dr. Pierce
enough fur what be has done for me-R
Constipation has almost countless con
sequences. Dr. Pierce'a Pleasant Pellets
cure constipation and cure its conse
quences. They should always be used
with "Golden Medical Discovery," when
the use of a laxative is indicated.
Oregon I'llT Market Report.
(Corrected to Friday.)
Wheat No. 1, 55c bushel.
Flour Portlaud, 3.20 per bbl. 85 c
per bk. Howard rwst, Nc per sack,
3.20 per bbl.
Oats in sacks, white, 95 to $1 per
cental, gray, 85 lo 90.
Hay old Timothy, bales, $11 per ton;
loose, $9 to tt 60 per ton. Clover $8
Oats, $9 Mixed hay, $8.
MillstufTa Bran. 117.50 per ton.
shorts, $19 60 per ton chop, $10 60 per
ton, barley, rolled, $20.00 per ton.
rotatoes new, SOc to l per Hundred
Eggs Oregon, 27c to 30c per dozen.
Butter Ranch, 30 to 45 e per roll.
Apples Baldwin and Northern Spies,
45 and 65 cents per box.
Unions, choice lc to Ifie per lb.
Dressed chickens, 10 to 12 c per lb.
Livestock and dressed meats; beef,
live,$X50 to $3.74 per hundred. Hogs,
live 4jv cts: hogs, dressed, b to 6o;
sheep, 24 to SJc; sheep, dressed, 6c;
veal, dressed, 8 to S.c; I? rubs, live, 3c;
lambs, dressed, Cjo.
Of lleaefit to You.
D, S. Mitchell, Fulford, Md.: "During
a long Illness 1 was troubled with bed
sores, was advised to try De Witt's Witch
Hazel Salve and did so with wonderful
result. I waa perfectly cured. It ia
the best salve on the market." Sure
cure fjr piles, sores, burns. Beware of
counterfeits. George Harding.
salary for an intelligent man or woman in
each town. Permanent position. HO cents
per hour for spare time. Manufacturer,
Box 1102. Chicago.
1r. 'Trimmm.' Tndtam
flloOlM M K T will
and Iteklas rile. H
abcorba the tamora. al-
lapataa iichlna atonoe.
a Douiuoa, ii yea
Instant relief. Dr. Wil-
llama l mas riL
OINTMKNT la pra-
tarad only for Piles and Itf b I na or lba private paria.
e-7 tv?l la wmrranTt4. B'i drrrr'iU. or tanl
b; iuaiUitirec?iLi ot price. e ana e i .ex per bos. i
WILLI AMU Ml U Co, Props, CLXVKlJLm U
For sale by Charman A Co., Druggists
A fair sized female lobster carrtee
20,000 eggs at a time. The eggs, when
extruded, are covered with a viscid
matter which, drawn out Into threads,
attaches them to the long hairs that
fringe the fnnllke tall of the mother.
These threads quickly become tlard
and strong, the eggs waving about In
the water and being thus aerated.
When they are ready to be batched, the
mother lobster OHclllntes her tall so aa
to assist the offspring to escape.
The young at first resemble shrimps,
being about one-third of an Inch In
length. They have bright blue eyes.
After a few day they desert the moth
er and swim out Into deep water,
where they rise to the surface and lead
ft vagabond sort of existence for thirty
or forty dny.
During this time the young one
change their shells four times. On the
fourth oceuKlon they shed their swim
ming organ and fall to the bottom,
where they remain for the rest of their
lire. During their existence as swim
mers niont of them are gobbled up by
fishes, for which they afford a favorite
now Tblnara Grow la Hawaii.
Plow great arc the possibilities of
Hawaii as a fruit and vegetable grow
ing country will be understood when
It becomes known that four crops of
potatoes have been produced In suc
cession on the F.'ime piece of land with
in twelve months. Radishes become
edible In ten days after sowing. Straw
berry vines bear fruit all the year. Tho
berries are of the finest flavor.
Cabbage grows all the year, and It
apparently makes no difference wheth
er It Is planted In the spring, summer,
autumn or winter. Parsley once sown
grows forever apparently. Lima beans
continue to grow nnd bear for over a
jear, and they have to be gathered
every week after starting to bear, en
cumbers bear the entire year, and ao
do tomatoes, which, with proper at
tention, bear for years. Raspberries
bear for six months.
Pineapples come Into bearing when
the plants are four months old and bear
In obundance for years. Lettuce can
be planted nt any time, and It develops
quickly. The same Is true of celery.
Frulf Trade .Journal.
Greek Marriage t'natoma.
The marriage In Constantinople of
an Englishman nnd a Greek woman
entails three wedding ceremonies. To
be legal It mUHt be performed at the
consulate. The couple are legally mar
ried there the first dny, nnd on the next
a church ceremony Is performed In the
English church, while .the Greek re
ligious ceremony which follows la cele
brated nt the bride's home. The last
Is the only legal form of marriage aa
far as the bride la concerned.
In the Greek ceremony no ring Is
used, but the best man places a wreath
bound with white satin ribbons on the
beads of bride and bridegroom. Then,
while the priest Is pronouncing the
words of the service, the couple walk
around htm In a circle three times,
holding candles, the best man at Inter
vals changing the wreaths from one to
the other. When nil Is over, the friends
throw small coins or tokens of gold and
silver over the wedded pair, and a gen
eral scramble ensues among those pres
ent to secure the tokens.
Whr a Horse Eata Often.
The horse can conveniently eat for
twenty hours out of the twenty-four.
A horse which la in good health has a
good appetite at nil times and Is able
to stand plenty of work and Is rarely
on the sick list To be a good feeder,
especially on a journey, is a great rec
ommendation in the opinion of every
good Judgs of horseflesh. The reason
of a horse being such a constant eater
is that Its stomach is really small In
proportion to the size of Its body, and
therefore It requires feeding often, not
less than four times a day, two of
which should be onrly In the morning
and at night, while hay should In the
stall be always within Its reach. Lon
Eat Lire Flab..
The Japanese practice refined cruelty
to delight their palates. They believe
that the fish called the dal Is most de
licious when eaten alive. An expert
Japanese carver can dexterously re
move five-sixths of the edible matter
from Its bones without touching a vital
part During this cruel operation the
fish Is kept alive by wet seaweed which.
being placed over Its gills, enables It to
A Simple Disinfectant.
A simple disinfectant to use In a sick
room or In any room where a close,
musty or sewer smell la noticed la to
put some ground coffee on a shovel, a
bit of camphor gum In the middle of It
Light the gum, which Is nonexploslve
and easily Ignited, with a match and
allow the coffee to burn with the gum.
A refreshing and sanitary perfume la
The Tobacco Habit.
, Chewing tobacco Is a filthy habit
Smoking makes you ao foul that you
can smell yourself. Tobacco Is very
Injurious to health. Every user of to
bacco tries to quit It aud finds It very
difficult Boy see their elders trying
to quit, yet boys make themselves Blck
In acquiring the tobacco habit Atchi
Flat Magnates Confer.
The Janitor The people on the
"steenth tloor say the rent la higher
than the flat '
The Agent And between you and
me they are slower In their payment
than the elevator. Iudlanapolia News.
In mediaeval times the best perfumes
were made In France and Italy, the
perfumers of those countries acQUlrlng
a dexterity unknown elsewhere and
possessing many secret n,eU.uui of
Nov Open for Business.
Bbl. Dalles Hard Wheat Flour
Fine Blend Coffee
100 Bars Diamond C Soap
We handle Oyster Shell and
Ground Bone for chickene.
Miles & IrlcGlashan
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY
TO SALEM AND INDEPENDENCE
A LTO N A A N D POMONA
LKAVK OSEOON CITY
Going up, 8 :00 A. x. Going down 2 .30 p at
DAILY RIVER EXCUR3I0NS
Str. LEON A.
Foot Taylor Rt,
9 00 A. M.
12 30 P. M.
Leave OREGON CITT
Foot Eighth St.
7 30 A. M.
2 30 P. M.
Oregon City Transportation Co.
Astoria & Columbia
River Railroad Co.
D'ly D'ly Eflertive D'ly D'It
July 6, 1'aOI
t.H. A.M. A,M P.M.
6 65 8 00 l,v Portland .Ar II 10 9 40
8 0f 9 Or") (ioble 10 05 8 35
8 20 9 18... Rainier.... 9 52 8 20
8 38 9 35 .. .Pyramid.... 9 35 8 00
8 44 9 40 .... Mayger .... ft 30 7 54
8 50 9 50 Quiiuy .... 9 Ji 7 46
8 5810 0.... latskaiiie .. 9 12 7 ?,
9 08 10 10 ... Marshland .. 9 02 7 28
9 1910 21 ....WeMoort ... 8 52 7 17
9 37 10 3d ... Clifton 8 37 7 (ri
10 00 U 021..,. Knappa.... 8 17 6 42
10 08 11 10) HveiiHen ... 8 07 6 32
10 2011 22,.... John Day... 7 55 6 20
10 3oll 3Q1 Ar.. Aioria..l,v 7 45 6 10
11 30a. m...)
... 7 40 a. m
... 4 oOp.m
. . .10 35 a. ia
... 6 60 p. m
. .12 30 p. m
. . 7 20 p. m
. .. 1 30 p.m
... 9 30a. m
11 35 p. m. ..
5 50a. m...
8 15a. m...
6 15a. ni...
2 30 p.m ...
5 00 p. m...
9 45a. ni...
AH trains make cloae connections at Oobla
i(h all Northern Pacific trains to or from
the Eat or Sou ml Point.
At Portland with all trains leaving Union
At Astoria with I. R t N. Co. 'a boats ami
rail line, and Steamer T. J. Potter, to and
from Ilaracoand Norih Beach Points.
Ticket office, 255 Morrison at., and Union
depot. J.C. M.YO,Gen. Pasa. Agt.
By tho fast
Leaves Portland daily except
Sunday at 7 a. m.
This is the Great Scenic Route.
All tourist admit that the scenery
on the Middle Columbia is not ex
celled for beauty and grandeur in
the United States, r ull informa
tion by addressing or calling on
J. S. BOOTH, Agent,
Tel. 914. Portland, Or.,
Office and wharf, foot of Oak St.
Rupture and Piles
Cured without operation or detention
DR. G. E. WATTS
Room 14, McKay Bldg. 3rd & Stark. St.
Hours a to 4 and 7 to 8 P. M.
Digests what you eat.
This preparation contains all of tha
digestanta and digests all kinds of
food. It gives Instant relief and neyer
falls to cure. It allows you to eat all
thafiwi rnn want. The most sensitlva
stomachs can take It. By Itsuse many
thousands of dyspeptics have been
cured after everything else failed. 16
jS unequalled for all stomach troubles.
It can't help
M a J fcj -
Prepared only by E. O. IeV itt & Co., uirnxi
iiitU.ulecoiiUiiii2 timet Uie Sue.