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Viol. . '.
-i Minnie. Walker is home on viaiUi . I.
'.Last week while plowing, Fred Walker
had a very Valuable horse In)' down ami
-4 Walker. Uros. dam w.ent out last, week
and 0. ti. Kione is repairing tt. W alke
llros. are now hauling lumber to Oregon
City aud snipping it to l'or,tland.
KPr. Cawood, of Portland, is here
assisting Kev Kxon in a revival meeting
tliat will continue, over bund.iy April
26th. tjnndav will be an alK:av meet
ing with a basket dinner. Everybody is
Invited to I'l.me and enjoy an old fash
ioned ieviv.il meeting. Pr. Caaood
speaks from the heart and from actual
! : " . Shubel.
.-Wesley Hill is on the eick list.
' Kev. ami .Mrs. Essig visited Mrs. Uetl
man one day last week.
Percy Ritter, of Needy, visited friends
ill our town yesterday.
. Mr. and Mrs. Studeman were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. ilettmau Sunday
' Miss Klla Hornscbueh called on her
friend, Miss Atbleen .Hutchinson Sun
Albert and Clsra Scboenhorn, of Carus
visited irieuds and relatives in this town
lastSuuday,, ;., . ,:.:!:: .i.-.i
Mrs. Uodfred Moehnke and Mrs. Han'
en were the guests of Mis. Hettman last
Wednesday.1 " ' "
'.' Misses ijana. and Lydia Hornschueh
Visited, their friend, ilisa Daisy .Hughes,
o( Beaver Creek, Sunday, 1 1 -. ii'. i .v
v A comber 'of young people gathered at
the borne of Fred Moehnke last Monday
evening and all had a fine lime." We al
ways manage to have a rood time when
we o to see Mr. Moehnke.'' ."
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.. Mies Hazel Commons .is spending a
few daya with , her grandparents at
Lenta.. .:i .. I , . .. a -.'i ...
The prospectB at present are that we
re to have the greatest harvest of fruit
fend gratin in years. ' (".'! : ' ', -,
. , Two bam raisings tfu's week-i-one at
Schneider's Monday and the other at
Wb, Stoue'a Tuesday, j i .. :
The parties who are violating the game
law should bear in mindlhat they may
be called to an account for taking" game
oat of season. ' ; . , !
. Mr. Jones, an elderly man, w ho has
been staying with Mr. Pairey, died last
Wednesday morning. ,. The remains were
interied at Heavi r Creek Friday.
V Henry Mosher, who is teaching the
jHenrici sclwol, informs us his Pclioul is
to give a social on the evening of May 2
Jor the benefit of the school.
Koad-boss Gibbs benan imprtve
ments on the Kast Linn hill. Thin
.road litis had no repairs, only individual
rwoik, foi ten years, and is surely in need
,'pf repawn at this limu.
! Mr. and Mrs. Xewkirk were here from
'Sacrament'), Cal.. on a short visit to her
-mother, Mrs. S. S. Mother. They also
pent a few days visiting with Mr. New
kirk's parents at Lonan.
j G. Moser is on tlie sick list.
,y Ang. Dejker was visiting on the monn
"tain again. , '' ''" '
, ' Fred Schuii'tke expects leave ns in
.a tew. weeics.
G. Reuter mHdej anotht shipment of
"potatoes to trisco.'1 - i
j . Mr,.!'chroedef," wiig isfluffayog with
.cancerJB reported )ow,( j,,',',.
i' 'Hi lBlig?en;,' recently of Ontario, Can
ada, is working for Mri'Weddle; ' "
the family 0
Jolin Aden Sunday
,,, Hon. , A,
..JJeJkeragu, Jr rert Haelille
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"Mt."iili Mf!l Wa1t'eV,,W;feteBeoV have
''been' "riBiting'1 with M' knd 1 Mr. O.
n ii'iiiini jds nu j niio J 0T11111K
ll")lU J III tf'j-,fl l! IH t':!!'n I
d:i "l ;Oit i'U'fi U "'t'l 'rtd '' :iri I '
'-Timbers of oalf keep thel old
.11 ..'II"M i'l it, 1,.tH .t )H hlj 1 )')-,7rj 1
'rlqihtttlff. wy' ; j
"ll.li.'lliil .i ,l)r) .8M(i-! I..IH h(.'!i
rugged health, "men whose!
est material 'T?
Chiphead lhimto lay
the foundation lor asturxfy con
stitijtitfn that will last forbears.
Scott's Emulsion is the right
Scott's Emulsion stimulates
the growing powers of children,
helper them build . -"at firm
foundation' for alturdy .fconstU j
v Send for rr9ampla.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists.
SCbtT 'fi. B
409-5 "Peart Street? 'c Haw Vork.
" Per twe years I suffered terribly-
from ,dvpcpii, . nil great
deprassior, and was always feeling
poorly. 'I'thenjtfieJ jrrV Ssa-parrlla.-and
ia Vwitiwfek I was a
new man." John McDonald,
Don't, forget, ihat
that ill make you strong
an4 hopeful.. Don't waste
your time and money by
trying ' some 'other 'kind.
Use the old, tested, tried,
and true Ayer's. Sarsapa
$1.00 kMtli. AH Jranlrt.
AtkyonrdortorwIiM In thinks of Ayert
8iWHll. II kiii all alHuit this t'niliil
ola family nmtii-liw. KolU'W hl dlo aad
mm win urn
, i. 0. AVER CO.. Lowell,
Weisenborn. Mrs, Walter is their daugti
ter. 1 1
English services were held iii the tier
man Kaptist church last Sabbath even
ing. Services will be held in this church
every first and third Sunday evening of
B. F. Weddle has finished diginhg his
crop of spude. . Kew epuds are four cents
in Portland, so Mr. Weddle ought to got
good money lor hia crop. . - .
Stafford has been having quite a little
stormy weather. It is still the miiet Ht-thj-'tnirg,
nestled in the bills. Fruit
trees, flowers, and the beautiful canopy
of green) beautifv our little "nest:"'
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f .' ; ') f t rr.'i' I n .1 '' .-.(t
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, -i .,, ... Beaver flree.. , ;, ,.
Fine weather is atilh the order of .the
day,v 1 ,i-.r ' v.--bt'i'.t ,. r-, ,., m.'! ,.
"Ktrk brothers hnj G. 'Thos are I home
: The Kirk family JefHuesday for Tilla
mook.'.' ! i ii:'-';.. -i -u
Q. Hughes and sorls are busy inventing
a Patent wood saw. ," ,'. ', .
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. Isaac. Bhortledge was parading the
streets here this week, i - , : ...
Miss Mo.la Daniels' (Vas. home on a
short visit last week. "' .
Mr. IJollman and sons are busy mak
ing a new board fence. '
''' The HeTman brothers were home on a
abort visit from M.7A. college. '
Mrs. H. Wj Pari-y wishes to express
her sincere thanks to all those who took
part in the departing' serviced of iier
stepfather, John A. JfcnM. : '
0, the morning, happy morning,
That will break on yonder shore, '
When, the march of life is ended
And our harvest wcjrk is o'er ; ,' ,
When we stand amid' the gloomina,
And our hearts with juy are bright,
While we say to those around us,
With a loving smile, good nitjht.
is working at Eagle
Charlie Cahill is working in Portland
at present. ' '
Miss Martha Rider spent Sunday with
Miss Ressie Clarke.
Ed Jarrett. of Oregon City, was in
Greenwood Tuesday. ,
Mr. Ross aud his brother are cutting
wool on Dr. Powell's place.
August Krueger and family, of Logan,
haved moved into our neighborhood.
Geoige Rider Is working for his brother-in-law
, Grant Criteser.of Rock Island.
Miss Mary Rider left for Eastern Ore
gon last week to prove up on her home
stead. . ; '
Mrs. E". N. Foster was visiting her sister-in-law,
Mrs. W. S. Foster, of this
Johnnie Weismamlle and Bosh Meade
wore seen in Ureenwood !un'lay morn
ing. ' Wonder what's tile attraction?
Miss Nellie Armstrong, of Portland,
had a pleasant time visiting her sister at
Mrs. Clarke's Sunday and Monday, ,,
" A number of ' the'vohng folks of1 Oils
rJlace 'attended the 'dance, at New Era,
Saturday night, and' reported having a
Rolwirlarkey ba9,,Dot yet returned
from' Portland, where lie baa been at
tending his son, Charlie, who was in
jiiiuil K h fall Monday.df laitweek.il!
The flreeewdodtscaaohTB prospering
nnder the management of Miss Edna
Armstrong, and has a larger attendance
tbaa it, baa had for a pomber of years.
l .iki-jmiu : i vi- "ii'i'i . ! i .i i r.Ti
loii iiil'n mriiiMiTnl iiiiiw id !; I
'H,.'Borimis;lof .Bbnhksv -wai -seen on
, Hlffi Fl8Xf,a.i to vii ii!i
'i Tb Ijtlla daagliter tt .Mr.o Huddle,
who lives on the- iJayei lAtardorff ptaee.
has lUe meatleait i .j'M I i hi ;'f'll
''Albert T. oh A a 'aWi'raUflv'VeVe'tfat:'
jug Frank McMnr',' v'tpiip, b'ajurIay (
aiMl.Sunday;.',' . hJt .!;,','.'!;
: flenry Hoffiuaatcriattd Kinbard Wet
zel are hauling wheat from Oregon Oily
to Parton for ijj H. Jinrghardt aud eon.
r fiss' Rosa' jrea'iipraf earlier of the
Boring u li.iol. came Lome Frlilav even
ing to spend Hat urdapf and Sunday itli
tier mot tier. t
The Modern Woodmen of America
will give &. grand ai-lr otnii.in on July 4,
PJ03, at, Damascis. ,(n,, Mprton's iark.
Come one, come all, , pnl have a good
fiuie. The boya, wjdyeat Ke(1,.,j ,
"iMra.i Sisie GritHn.jf Moro, Sherman
oonntf, and .Mrs: HafV:Htartrr( nfi Port-
"ad, aier bWllert totlhn bedsida of 'their
fiaoibtjrli Mr. lJrth4.Iltykt 'trmylaat
.'.uix jintf j
jfttiiioTItTiTlpMX Sheaa irlomplica -
tiott'of disease, j , f
K K. Kllintt, of Powell's Valley, was
visiring his son, J.' 0. ' Klliott, Kuturday
and Sunday, . lie ia talking uf lakiun a
trip Kast and vie inc bis old home. He
frtuue Btross (he plains ' iiv' lfcM.linil wafet
on the roail six montlis.
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RaliHlIkiWanllaiid lluie UiakderfaV
tended the dance at New Kra SSalurdny
How's New berg, ItalphT 1
' Kdl.l, Whre Mnml Aav' Wl.lr .Ka'ra
Thomas. ,,.,,. ,ri
!-ara Jonet was the tuest of Tillie
1 Mr. BKanst spent Tuesday With lit
niece, Mrs. O. May.
i : Knox Cooper, of Portland, was visiting
his patents last week .
Willis' and lrvin Pratt intend ieav ng
for l!iuuligri soon.'. I i
Miss Vada Dills was th guest of Dr.
and Mrs. Ciouilier Monday, , - .
Several gentlemen are talking of Or
ganizing a cream route through our town.
' Mr. and Mrs. Young are ome iui e
liv.ug in our midst having purchuceil
the Evans property on Main alreet,
Air. and - Mrs. Henry Huroshult and
daughter, Aleta, Misnea Belle Gregirj (
Pansy Irish, ' Valla Dill and George
llelvey took dinner at Ed Howard's
' ' Dover. '
Fine weather once more. ,
Fins prospect for fruit in this Vicinily.
Grandpa DeShazier has again 1 made
his appearance. We all are glad to have
him come. ' ,,
Mr. Woodle and wife and Mr, and
Mrs. Guy Woodle took dinner with Mr.
and Mrs! Kitzuiiller lust Sunday. : , ,
Rev. Dr. Haywood, evangelist fmm
Ponland, talked to quite a large crowd
last Sunday at the Methodist church.' '
, . , i .Kesvtutiona., ),, .,.,.,
The tolloAt'ing resolutions of condolence
were adopted by Ka(l Creek -Grauae.
No 297; on the death of ii. Lu Roherdsc
i . We, tie cxjiemittee. appointed to draft
the following resolution of tonilnleiicv
on the death of Bro l Koberds, beg
leave to report the following-'.: r; ',1
.- Wheiwaa, it has pleaved the. Almighty
to remove from our uiidel our friend and
brother, S. 1 Kobards, ..i ,i i.mj m
Resolved, that Eagle Creek Grange,
No. 297, extend its sympathy and con
dolence to the family of our brother, i i
- May he real in peace. His. goodness
and virtue are written in the bouk of life.
. Resolved further, that a copv of the
resolutions be placed on the minnlea of
our meeting t atropy sent, to Din family
ot the deceased and a cony. sent, to' our
county papers ; Aud thnt.uruharter he
draped in mourning for a period v( thirty
daye.u ' i . j ' .,; ; , , , .,..,
I . '! W. U. H. WaoK, i !.,
. -. . B, A. FOHKKtiTKK, ., I
C. 55KKK, : . . .,.'..!.:.!
i .!-..( I..!.:.. .Committee,, j- .
Card of ThnnkH.
I desire to thank the tnends, and par
ticularly the members of the'G. A. K.
and the' Belief Corpn for their many acts
of kindness during the sickness and in
the de.ith of Mrs. Mary H. Kinney, and
for the many beautiful flowers that were
sent to the house ami alio to the funeral.
' ii. C. Kinnhv.
sftlOO Kt ivard, $1IK).
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least one
dreaded disease that science has been
able to cure in all its stages, ami that is
i Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the I
j only positjve cure now known to the
medical fraternity. Latarrh, being a
constitutional disease, reijirres a consti
tutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is taken internally, acting directly upon
the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system, thereby destroying the founda
tion of the disease, and giving the pa
tient strength by building up the com-ti-tutioti
and assisting nature in doing its
work. The prnpiietors have so much
fsith in its curative powers, that they
offer one Hundred Dollars for any case
that it fails to cure. Semi for list of tea
Address, F. J. CHENEY A CO.,
Sold by druggist, 75c. Toledo, 0. ,
Hall's Family Pilla are the best.
The man w ho started to run a race in
chains and fetters
on would - expect
mm to .succeed.:
The man i who
runs, the1 race of i,
life ; when . hi
dif;estiv and, sur
itrittyei organs, arc
diseaaerl. is eqsally . i .,
handicapped, i, In;
the .one case, hia, it
strength . ia over- , ,
weighted, in the: ,
other k ia under- ,
jnjn;d Success.,, ,
.deruanda , abeve t ,
aui.eiEe apsouna i
approach. ...;t o,i ,
-Discoverv ,, curea
.diseases. of the
stomach and other organs of digestion
ana Duiriiion. i ,
, $3,000 FORfERlT will be paid by
..Woktu's Xtsi'NKA.Ry 'Medical Asso
ClATtON,. Proprietors, Buffalo, X Y., if
: they cannot show the original, signature
of the individual volunteering the testi
monial below, and also of the writers of
very testimonial among the thousand
which they are constantly publishing,
thus proving their genuineness.
"The pr:,ie I wmi.l like togiv your ' Golden
McItTil IiisT'ivrry' I rf.rinot utter in words or
drvyjle wuH aun.. wiu-4.Jw.tm U. Ambrose,
Ks.. of i2V4 MitHin stre.-t. HiiutiiiK.)"tt, I'a.
;I wa.s lnUn w ith what n.u- pliy.i' iin herr
V-ii.! w-.i-; in.Ii'r'Sii'.n. J r!.t..rtl with th- i-st
' urrAliu' "Hf-iViiii'l f.in.l rl. rfhef. I wn.te In
.y.nn-j-1 yli,) men .nivki'm lian'. -.ml nut.
aiiu I dl v-ii .v :i tv. ..-. mt to us
Dr. Pic-;o.-- ;.:, :i' M. .lio.l :. -.r.-,.-. r t.vilr
thf(-flnttIM nwl 'V tr't ,k -: tl. a i Htoprtril,
beiafr 4irl. i iiivt in, sii,ui-.ui, of fahtric
trouiif ur ioJinou n.fw."
Dr.' Pierre's Common Sens" Medical
Advisrf, 'stnt;r orl receipt of st-mtps
to , corer' exfrrtsc.,' pf t;ia:iiu only.
Twenty-'orie ''otie-eeni ''stipi-js for tht
n..u -yil y.ic-. lit l.Ji:j3 U I
book W. papr-r 'dover, hr U stamps
the tlirtn.-bouitfi . yo!i2t'.:. ! 'Address 1
R. V. Pierre. EnffaJo' V
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Ti W Yi
; ? fa) 4 rtlNl'NlFb'Q M
$ Vl I ULl O f
AU dlssasss of Kidneys,
Biuaiior. urinary yiaana.
A k Rlieuinattsmi Jlao'
Ddn't bscome dtcourand. There Is a
, SJ M, ,'' VT.y ,t,no pnnnir mnincn
etussiia yours. AUniisiitiii(viif tree,
T'Tiiislit iiiontlia lnllleiW"likir ba.IilliHu, J
p. i It) anil SKrcness iuts klilni') s, also l li' U- a
OiilU-m. Olhiui liimlluH (allril. Pr. I'l'(lt i
ovr ti KhTiilt Jiaid. UnOUiirlm I tue tjiMl )uj
onntlftely. II. WATKKS, tt. V.'; '
rnJ;i:lsls.M.v. It. Akkfo'tViJik llA.kI.h-.)!;0
ST! VITUS'DANCE urffllill'y ;.
Iii -'VFurVale by. ..'! !i:.'i;
irmnn Jv; Co ! ;. Jluiitley Brothers '
WHY 11' M Ct KKIlS. j j ,
Bcoiiusii Ity Fur One Hi In;- Only, uml
lOrrguii t'lly I" Learning ,1 Ills.
"J Nothing fan' he good for everything.
,-. IVing one thiiiii wel brings -muciikhm. ' ,
ltoan'H lvidiiey Pills do one thing only.
They're for sick 'kidney, ' 1
, They cur tiackache.i every kjduej' ill.
I leie is evidence to prove it.
A S.! C'uniiiiiugH, ; of 1'I4 Clackamas
Mtrei't, Portland, eiuployivl by the In-nmo-l'aillseti
I.timber Co., at the foot of
ErtHt Sherman street, cava: "I had aiiis
m the small of my bark for a good many
year". Most of the time it was a dull,
heavy icliu nver the kidneys and often
at i he end of tho J .y I felt fatigued aud
0 ed up. Trouble wiilt lhn kidney se
a e'"i;s misted alno, : paaaagas were loo
t' tji e it and were accompanied with
puij. My condition was gr6wmgllwdrHf
all the tune, wh n I happenea itn read
lvertinement of Doan's Kidney Pills
at the euggcHtioii of i uiy wife got a
I look. Uie . tiiil 3aa , dwled and,
their' betie'ticfal' eftK-ts 1 right awAy
short time the backache dhiapheat
ml the secretions resumed their nor-
apiearance and. condition,!. This is
he liiHl winter I have imsse.l fur a nil in
bef cf yearn' wlthotit''' weirlrig' a plastef
on in v hack, ami L give Duan's Kidney
Pills all the credit."
Plenty more proof like this from Ore
ion City people-"fll at 'O.-fl: ITiint-R-y's
drug store aud HBk what hia cus
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 centi.
poHler-.Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., s.jte
agents for the United States. ' "
Reiiiember the name Doan'g and
teke no substitute.
A new line of children's hats and
jjaby hbiinets, Mieii GuliHiiitli. t
xDanci n g School;
TURNEY will conduct
a daneinn school at
Heaver Creek II a 1 1.
Meet every Tuesday
Kvetiiii,'. Dance HtartH
at .H o'clock sharp; close
at 1 2. A il in i h s i o n
5 0 C e ii t h : : : :
! LADIES FEE E
q A Nwuft llrfiil.i
Js a never failing sign of a healthy stom
ach. When the breath is bail the stom
ach is out of order. There is no remedy
in the world eipial to Kndol Pyspepsi'a
Cure for curing indigestion, dyspepsia
and all stomach d'unrders. " Mrs. Marv
K Crick, of White Plains, Kv., writes
t'l have ten a dyspeptic for years trieil
,all kinds of remedies tint rotitinili d to
jrow wore. by the use or Koilol 1 be
gan to improve at onre, and after taking
ia few hoitles am fully restored in weight,
liealth and strength and ;an eat what
lever I like. Kodol digta what von eat
Min.l makes tlio stotnuch sweet. Ueo.'A.
' Oregon i'Hy Market KeporU''1''1
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(Corfected tp Eriday.J.
Wheat No. 1,90c per bushel.
Flour Portland. f: 15 oe.r tihl. 1 Ni
ner sk. ' Howard's Best, 11. 0t per sack.
f Oats in sacks, , whitej 1; 26 per
rental, gray, l.iu
7 Hay ' old-Tmiothyy ble,-f IB per toirr
poose, $8 to $11 per ton. Clover $10
jUt,ftf Mit Hay,-.
Ill8liifm-f!ra4. il9 0 mff. ton.
Ahorfs, ;i20 oO pr tdhi ebon. im.W) Der
"rit-i rtllLtiifrtl 1.'. ,V .r. llPtlimmmmm
J umiurn y. i nuiiuiru luo,
Kggs Oregon, 15c per dozen.
Butter Ranch. 50c to 55c per roll
Onions, choice, 5.) to 75c perewt.
T ,wl .... I T.. ..Am 1 1 ,
Prunes (dried) petiteuc' perilb; Ital -
an, :arjze, jc per ii.niuiuiur-cr
Silvert 44.,3 .;.;' .vm.'.iM'j !
PaMnipl.'J Beets and Carrot,.!!, pert
Cabnajfe (hew), Zc per ib, pJ , t wl
Apples, 75o- to .
Dressed chickens, 10 to i c per lb.
Livestock and dressed meats; beef,
live, f'S.75 to $4.50 per hundred. Hogs,
five,. 5 U to 6 ctg; . hogs, druasad, 7c 1
fheep, StoS'in; dressert,' VA to 8 ens ;
Kvalr dreaseU, Vi 0c; laubsvliye,
ffauj Iambi . .dressed. 6jc to 7 f ' ;f ,
j j m' i A .: r S 4 j I '.
' ' llaiifcr ol Cold antl 4a'rii.
; The greatest danger from colds and grip
i their resulting in pnwrmotiifi.: If rea
Unliable care is lined, fiovve'ver'.and Cham;
lo-rlain's Cough Kemedy.takeo. all dan--.
tft will be avoided. Among the tens of '
thousands ho have used this remedy
lor thene diseases we -hav yt to learn
ii a single case having resulted in pneu
monia, which shows conclusively that it
Js a certain preventive of that dangerous
itisease. It m ur a eoM t an attack
A the grip in less time than any other
treatment, yUlU ploaaaot and safe to
take. For sale hy G. A. Harding.
APRIL 24 1903
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'd "lo i4 rvl; ni n t is alofuti'ly gi'iaraiiU'cdl' Our'
u ,.- y.oloiB, hi oil, tho bit;HKido. ' Out prices' nm
.- ; ; kntikiug our tioaij .pfitors "sky high.''' llav-
; ing jiit opotu'il otin sofk onli-r, you will lind
iio oltdrlfd U gtxjtlS hero. If you uro con-
t(;mp1iitiiig paiiUing our houso,'larii,'waSrr
'. ,, , oi' in fact anyliiiiigj you havo, enmo in and let
i; , ,,us figur( with'you. i Always on hand and glad
, . to givo.you infnnition. Our timo is yours.
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HOWELU & JONES
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, Reliable, Druggists
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0. R. &
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Oregon Short Line
m and Union Pacific
;jHRE E JRAINS TO TH E EAST
D A I L - -
VnaTHi'tt Ptl1mnn tyKlar liO'lwfpiTT,
isi Ilcepipg cars dan jip v"'f 'Wt vniU'KV
VpdknV, touHst sleeping Vam Wnfiy te
kaU'aa-City ; - Uirou((U I uuuwu. .touna -
sleeping cars f personally conducted J
weekly to Chivngo, Kansas f ity, St Louis
and Memphis, reclining chairs (seats free
to the cast liinly. lTom rortl,.nil
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Worth,) Imnlia. ami-. Ill ;,'til a. in.
nan City, St, l,(iiiis,
'Cliicng.i aiKI KaL ,
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Walla Walla, l.ewin
tut,, HMikatie, Mm
Meiti.iiii. Si. Paul,
Ci.K'iil'.i ami hat-t.
Portland to Chicago
No Change of Cars. Tickets east
, via till rail, or boat and rail via Port
land, Ocean and River Schedule
All Hailing ilute cull
- ject lir chance. '
i'pi". an IniiiciiMji- 1
Sail every Silnys
I t jn.
' 1 1
H p. ni.
. - Htmuaers
To An oria a d VVay
. ! . 'Miliums. i :
4 p. m.
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. . C. W. Stringer. CityTkt.Ag
'j.ttl ', 13rd and Washington Sts1.
A.! L. Craiiri GenJ PassJ Asii , .r. I). I
i' '(1:1 ,-j:i.:'l i f lr ;nl,i'i I'ltj:
Astoria Sl Columbia
Kx. D'ly Kllentive Ib'ly DI
Hat. I Jnlv S t'K)
Lv. Portland .Ar
. . .Pyramid
X 44 r!l 40'
a .jr., .
(I (W.IO 10
It 1! 10 21
9 37 10 :i
10 OOHl 7
10 08 11 10
. ... Knappa ... .
.... Hveiipen ...
10 20 II 051
10 30111 .'(0 Ar.. Astoria. .I,v
xt 53 a. m:7::rzczz-T:
.. 4 ISlp.u,
.;, 6,7'Op. 6.
.. 7 20 p. ai
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.. Ml. 81
5 50 p. in... 1 .Uwir,r ...
H B0a.:m.r.. ff'?ul"'vwV,
l.r.li!i...n t i
2 M p.m ... I
6 00 p. m . .. f
9 40 a. m . . . j
All train's iriake clone connections at Oobfe
with all Northern I'acific trains to or froai
fhe T"at or Sound Points. M
At 1'ortland with all trains leaving Unh
At Astoria Wfth r. K. A N. Co.'s boats a id
rail line, and Steamer T. J. Potter, to atitl
ironi nwsooaiHl Xirtri Ht-acli fmnle.
Tirket ollice, 2'5 Morrison st., aiiil,l?nloii
deirfrtk " ij. C. MAYO.Gen. Pass. Agt.
. . .t' 1 '. ' '; i i: ! '. t-. ' Astoria, Ors
1 Subscribe for the Enterprise
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I.1NN E. JONES
; PLUM BIN C CHARCES
are no higher than tliowi n any othnf
trade, and ourn are 110 higher limn sof
vice rendered demands. . ;
What we iindertiiketoiloiii Imrongli
, and atif.vctnry manlier. '. 'eru. will
not be found after our 1. itin get
through with a job any deli c.ue joints,
leaky -pipes, liinw cnntieetioiia ur other
evidiuices of "Hcamped" work;' K.very
part will he pei Icet, and look pet feet,
anil when the bill (Mimes in you'll not
ask for anv deduction.
tagfei1 and Expfle,
Freight ami ptirctilH ilttliverod
to fill jmrtH of tht) city.
RATES - REASONABLE
SOUTHKitN PAClHtRAILWAV . .
" -'north aocND. '
.:': . 1 ':00a.m. : t i
- . ' H:22 a. m. (Albany Local) .
0:10 p. in. . . 1 ni
.;iO , M '.'j .-'SOl'm IIOUND.J I Hi.,
. .. . 4:50 p. m. (Albany Local)
0:1-1 p. 111.
Daily r RiVfer ; fexcurions
ORrvOON CI TV Jl'JATH
I .'in ,'.'A
nXii.v Bt-ir Kiirtr.R'.
t , ot TayioHt,
Leave OHKdON lITV
. ,, 7 W) Aj M.
) WHO 1-
.1 30 V. M.
4 30 "
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KOdf D Tftll' 25 CK.N'rl..
Oregua City Trniiurttlui Ca.
PORTL AND TO
By the fast
' I a hd 'coiii
leaves rortland dailv exceut
Sunday at 7 a, rn. ,
This is tlia Great .Scenic floute
All tourist admit tat tho 'scenery
on the Middje Columbia is not 'ex
celled for lieAilty and grandeur ia
the United StateH. Full informa
tion by addressing or calling on
Jeh 9U , " :, .Portland, Or.
Officeimtl wharf, foqp-ef Oak St,