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About The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current | View Entire Issue (July 9, 1905)
JDIIE SUNDAY, OREGOXIAX, PORTLAND, JULY 9, 1905.
CITY' NEWS IN BRIEF
THE OREGOXIAX'S TELEPHONES.
Counting-Room Main 667
Man&glnfc Ed.ltor Main 030
Sunday Edltpr Main C235
City Editor. Main 16(1
Society Editor Main 0335
CompoKlnc-tRoom . Main OSS
Superintendent Building Red 2S2G
East filGe Officer... East OX
J3ELASCO THEATER 14th and Washlnc
ton) Matinee at 2:15 and evening at b:lo.
EMPIRE THEATER (12th and Morrlson)
Matlne at 2:15 and evening at S:15. John
ston McCulley-s new play, "The Heir Ap
parent." GRAND THEATER (Park and Washlncton')
Continuous vaudeville. '1:20 to 10:30 P. M.
STAR THEATER (Park and TVaablnKton)
Oontlnuou. vaudeville. 2:30. 7:30. It P. M.
BAKER THEATER (3d and Yamhill) Con
tinuous vaudeville. 2:30. 7:30 and P. M.
THE OREGONIAN AT THE SUMMER RE
BORT! The Oregonlan Is delivered by car
rier and Is on eale t the principal polata on
lns Uracil, ScaMde and Yaqulna Bay. It
is also on nolo at Gearhart Park. Collins Hot
Springs. MofTetfn Hot Sprint; and St. Mar
tin's Uprings. Orders by mall will receive
careful attoitfon. All mall subscript Ions
zntiftt be paid for In advance.
Witt. Enuaiioe Tenth "Ward. The
strip of territory annexed to Portland be
tween the old city boundary line and St.
Johns will be Joined to the Tenth Ward,
enlarging: its territory, but not materially
Increasing its population for the present
Movement hns already been started In the
annexed territory to have corresponding
streets dedicated and extended. Dawson
avenue will be made 80 feet wide through
the new territory to a connection with St.
Johns, forming a fine boulevard. Mc
Kenna avenue, formerly but 30 feet wide,
will be made CO feet wide. It is not set
tled what deposition will be made of the
Ht-hool children in this territory, but they
will probably be sent to the Portsmouth
School. No other provision can be made-
Chu.diien'k Home Picnic. The happy
band of 50 children of the Children's
Home in South Portland, with the ma
trons and nurses, numbering four, were,
through the kindness of F. I. Fuller, of
th Portland Consolidated Street Railway
Comnany. given a delightful outing upon
the Fourth. With well-filled lunch bas
kets, they went to Columbia Beach. Oppo
ulte Vancouver, where they spent the en
tire day. The entertainment was quite
varied strolls upon the beautiful, sandy
beach or in the shady groves, firecrack
ers, merry songs, together with a fine
lunch. The beach is an ideal one for chil
dren's sports, while the scenery opposite
and up the Columbia River banks added
to the delightful day.
Mn. Chahues K. Henrt reports having
Just sold a quarter-block on Sixth street
for $37,F0. This property is improved and
the buyer procured same for an Invest
ment, and has also sold for Mr. J. M.
Btrowbrldge the southeast corner of Fifth
and Oak strevLs. The buyer will erect a
new building thereon for suitable tenants
as may be required. Persons wishing a
building In this fin location would do
well to call upon Mr. Henry. Mr. Henry
also reports having sold a building site on
the north side of Everett street, 100 feet
oast of Twenty-third street, which will
be Immediately Improved. Also a quarter-block
on East Eleventh and Broad
way streets, on which a new dwelling will
be 'erected immediately. Parties having,
good real estate for sale, either business
or residence property, will find It to their
advantage to list it with Mr. Henry, who
has been for the past 15 years in the feal
estate business In this city. Investors and
buyers will find it to their advantage be
fore buying elsewhere to call upon Mr.
Charles K. Henry. 27S Stark street.
Sats Auctioneer Victimized Him.
Frank Sohaefer claims that he. was made
the victim of an auctioneer at Third and
Davis streets Inst night by being asked to
bid ?S on a watch as a blind to make oth
ers raise the price. Schaefer claims that
he offered ?8 by the request of the auc
tioneer, and the watch was knocked down
to him, after which he was compelled to
take it against his will.
Arrested kou Battert. Harry Dixson
was arrested by Patrolman Hunter yes
terday on a charge of assault and bat
tery, Walter Smith being the complain
ant. The men engaged In a fight early
In the morning, and Smith caused the Is
suance of a warrant for Dixson later.
Dixson claims that Smith .broke up the
Dixson home and deserved to be thrashed.
Women Must Leave Saixons. Proprie
tors of variety houses, who allow drinks
to be solicited by women in boxes, and
who permit them to sing and dance before
men. say that they were notified last
night that after Monday they would not
be allowed to retain the boxes or the
TnoLLET Trips Todat on O. W. P. To
Gresham. 25 cents; Estacada and Upper
Clackamas River points, 35 miles from
Portland. 50 cents round trip. Dinner at
Hotel Estacada, 75 cents. Cars leave First
and Alder streets 7:30. 9:30, 11:50 A. M..
1:30. 3:40. 5:44, 7:15 P. M.
Suffers Fracture of Leg. Miss Ruby
Hayncs. of Williams avenue and Stanton
street, suffered the fracture of her left
leg yesterday by falling from a street-car
at Grand avenue and Morrison street. She
was taken to Good Samaritan Hospital.
Excursion Rates on O. W. P. Today.
To Oregon City and Canemah Park, 15
miles. 23 cents round trip. Cars with
open trailers leave First and Alder streets
every 40 minutes. Dancing at Canemah
The Beautiful Song.
"The Grat-Haired Pioneer."
Is a Fine Souvenir of the
Lewis and Clark Exposition.
All music dealers will be pleased to mall
a copy to your friends.
Robbed of Wearing Apparel. William
Forbes, living at the Winchester House.
Third and Burncide streets, was robbed
yesterday afternoon of a dress-suit case
containing wearing apparel and toilet ar
ticles. Suffragists Meet Monday. The mem
bers of the Oregon Equal Suffrage Asso
ciation are requested to meet In impor
tant business session Monday morning.
July 10. at 10:30 o'clock, In the parlors of
the Hqtel Portland.
For San Francisco, cabin $12, steerage
JS; for Los Angeles, cabin $21.50, steerage
$15; meals and berths included. Elegant
steamer Northland sails Monday evening,
C. -H. Thompson, Agent, 128 Third st.
Good Wages for boys who know the
city well. Postal Telegraph Company can
use several bright. Intelligent boys over
14 years of age. Apply 126 Third street
and IOC Sixth street.
Dr. Joseph Hickey wishes to announce
that he has entirely recovered fronv his
recent Illness, and Is to be found as usual
at his office. No. S17 Dekum building.
Respectj.ble place to borrow money on
diamonds and Jewelry. Collateral Loan
Bank, 269 Washington street Established
15 years. Lowest rates of interest.
Steamer F. A. Kllfiurn for San Fran
cisco. Eureka and Coos Bay points, Tues
day at S P. M., from Oak-street dock.
Telephone Main 2960 or Main G2S.
Great day. Taylor-Street Methodist
Church. Dr. Short, 10:30. "Our Priceless
Possessions." The celebrated Dr. HIrsch
will lecture, 7:45, "Prejudices."
Obegon City Boats. Delightful river
trips for your friends Sunday. Leave
Taylor .street 8:20. 9:30. 11:30 A. M.. 1:20,
3:30, '5:30 P. M. Round trip 25c.
For Rent. First-class buggies. Stan
hopes and surrles. at the Portland Rid
ing Club, loth and Alder sti.
Shaded furnished tents. Cams Comfort
25th and Savier. Price less than car fare
to Fair. See them.
For Rent. Six-room new house, walk
ing distance. Kroner, 166Vi 3d street.
Thb Calvmet Restaurant, 143 Seventh
Fine luncheon, 35c: dinner. 50c
The Buckeye. 144-146 Eleventh. Rooms.
toe, tc. $1.
Buy today of Wooster, 7th and Moir,
For Bent. Offices. Fen ton Bids.
Arrested for Foboery. Clyde Grew
ell was arrested at St, Helens yesterday,
upon Instructions from Detectives Kerri
gan and Snow, of the Portland depaxt
ment. He Is wanted, for. forgery, and will
be sent, back here immediately. It Is al
leged that Grewell, who Is a young man
of St. Helens, forged the name of a wom
on to a check Issued by the Barnes Mar
ket Company In payment for chickens.
The fowls were shipped to the store, and
Grewell Is said to have known all the de
tails. It is charged that he claimed to
be a son of the woman who sold the
chickens, and was given a check In pay
ment, which he signed, and got the
Will ' Run Through Trailers. It Is
announced that through trailers will be
used on the St. Johns branch of the Port
land Consolidated. Heretofore the trail
ers were dropped at Pfcdmont. Some
times the crowds on the St. Johns cars
un above 100, crowding the cars almost
to suffocation. These trailers may furnish
some relief to the sufferings of the resi
dents of the Peninsula.
Funeral of a Pioneer Woman. The
funeral of Mrs. Mary I. Smith, of Fresno.
Cal., took place yesterday afternoon from
Dunning'; undertaking chapel. Services
were attended by the relatives and friends
of the deceased. Mrs. Carson was a. pio
neer of Portland. Her father was the late
Hlllery Cason. Her mother survives her.
Will' Try It Again. Owing to the
doubt of the legality of the meeting in the
Arleta district Thursday night, which ap;
proprlated $750 " for a temporary school
house, another meeting has been called
for next Thursday night. Just what ac
tion will then be taken remains to be
Leg Is Broken. While alighting from
a street-car yesterday afternoon. Miss
Ruth, daughter of Columbus Haynes. re
siding at CS3 Union avenue, broke her left
leg below the knoe. She was taken to
Good Samaritan Hospital. The accident
happened near her home.
F. E. Beach & Co, the Pioneer Paint
Co., are making a specialty pf screen
doors and window screens; regular sizes
In stock and snoclal sizes made to order.
Window glass and glazing. 135 First St.
Sunday trip to Vancouver: Steamer
"Undine will leave Taylor-street dock to
day for Vancouver at 1:30 P. M. Return
ing, leave Vancouver 5 P. M. Enjoy a
short ride on the Columbia.
Free concert by the 14th t. S. In
fantry Band, at Columbia Beach and
Park. Sunday, the 9th, at 2 P. M.; dancing
at 7 P. M. No intoxicating liquor allowed
on the ground.
Ladies' Auxiliary. A. O. H., will give"
social hop next Wednesday evening. 12th
Inst., at Cedar Park. Admission 25 cents.
Good music and a general good time is
"Unitarian Church. Yamhill and Sev
enth sts. G. C. Crcssey, pastor. Service.
11 A. M.: Rev. O. J. Nelson, of Hood
Rl-erf preaches. Strangers Invited.-
Steamship "Alliance" sails from Couch-
street dock for Coos. Bay and Eureka
Monday night, July .10. at 8. F. P. Baum
gartner, agent. Main -SGI.
Rev. Newell Dwight Hilus. of Plym
outh Church, New York, will preach at
the First Congregational, Sunday morn
ing at 10:30.
"Barbers' Board of Examiners'' will be
in sessions at Vui First street. On the
10th, 11th and 12th Inst. Wm. Wanner.
Centenary Church. Rev. Benj. Gill,
D. D.. of Pennsylvania State College, will
preach at the morning service, 10:30. "
Avenariur Carbolineum wood preserv
er arrests decay of garden stake. Flsher
TJiorscn. Front and Morrison.
For Sale. Fashion Stables. Sixth and
Oak, flow being torn down. Lumber and
wood fan sale.
Safe for sale. Wooster, 7th and Mom
HIT OF THE FAIR.
-Giant Whirl Is Pronounced tho Big:
. Amusement Feature
The great Giant Whirl. located just
outside the Fair ground, directly opposite
the main entrance, is pronounced the
amusement novelty of the Exposition by
all who have had the pleasure of a ride
In it. This verdict is concurred In by
many of the Exposition .officials as well.
and general regret is expressed that room
could not be found for it within the gates.
Since the management has engaged the
Glldden's Ladles Orchestra and reduced
the price of admission to 10 cents (children
under 10 years 5 cents), the whirl Is grow
ing in popularity,, and hundreds who have
taken the -exhlleratlng ride once return
almost dally to repeat the performance.
As to tho .safety of the whirl the sever
est tests, the cars can be subjectcr to show
them capable of bearing a strain of 24
tons each. Competent engineers, who
have examined the machine, pronounce
It absolutely safe. Among others who
have examined It Is W. H. Corbett, presi
dent of the Willamette Iron &. Steel
Works. This is what he says:
"After giving .this structure a thorough
examination I am convinced that the
mechanical principles are correct In every
detail and that It offers an entirely safe
and reliable source of amusement. The
materials used in construction seem to
be of the highest quality throughout and
the designer has evidently figured out
every possible strain and allowed a mast
liberal margin of safety In every case."
For an enjoyable short ride on the
Columbia River to Vancouver, take steam
er Undine at Taylor-street dock, leaving
as follows: Leave Portland attS A. M.
and 1:30 P. M. Leave Wmcouvcr. 10 A. M.
and 4:4$ . n. Fare, Za cents each way.
Few bottles of any water except
White Rock, are now seen at any of
the swell hotels, clubs or cafes in any
KNIVES, FORKS, SPOONS
Nickel Silver, Silver Plated, Sterling Silver
lXr m fm Buvs one dozen Nickel Silver Halve and Fork. They are
solid nickel silver all through, and can't wear off. They are
J)Z.af vl iUAt tne tiling for hard usagc nnd the more thry are waed
the better they look.
ft O r A Buys one dozen of our second grade Silver Plated Kalvew
J wjl and Fork. They are hand burnished and we give you a new
4)JvJU pie-re for any that does not wear weJL That Is our puar
antee. mm ft Pays for one dozen of our best quality Silver Plated Knives
K III I and Fork either with straight or curved blades. This is a
J) J, II If very fine article, absolutely reliable, and'we cannot speak of
them too highly. Thoy are not only made to wear, but are
handsome In design,
ft t Ci 1cr dozen Knives and Forks. This Is our swell plated
X I II Sill ware. It Is the same grade as our $5.00 good?, but the
J) I UiUU handles nre hollow, and we have three beautiful patterns
in French gray to select 'from. Tea. dessert and table
spoons to match. "We are selling- this silverware to- tne best families, as
It wears almost as well as sterling- silver and costs less than half the
The above goods are made especially for us with specified amount
of silver and are stamped "Jaeger Bros." on each piece. "We replace with
out argument aayttttEu; la thin line that fall to Rive nntbifactioa.
Teaspoon. $4.00. J 4.50 and up for six: Dessert moons. S3 ac4 up;
Forks, 5D; Knives, $11.00 up; single Spoons, J1.00 up; Forks, $1.75 up.
I V CrrlTZ D QDeTC Jewelers
290 MORRISON STREET, FIFTH.
IT INSURES CLEANLINESS
The Xcw Cold Storage Counter In
stalled at Jones Meat Market.
In obedience to the general demand for
absolute cleanliness In the handling of all
food products, especially meats, Milton J.
Jones, proprietor of the Oregon Market,
generally known as Jones Market, , 151
Fourth street, near Morrison, has In
stalled a large glass cold storage counter,
which contains all of the meaU, sausage,
etc., that are prepared for sale. In this
way the meat is kept constantly in a
temperature of S3 degrees and protected
absolutely from contamination by files,
dust or other filth. Mr. Jones' cnter
pri.e has been rewarded by a number of
people, who have noticed the Innovation
and who have shown their appreciation
of It by transferring their accounts to
his market. The time for Indifference In
Portland to the demands of the public for
greater cleanliness in our markets has
passed, and Mr. Jones has earned the
gratitude of people who prefer pure meat
to a mixture of meat and microbes. Step
In when you are passing and examine this
counter. It in the only one In Portland.
Of the Northwestern, Western and Mid
dle Western States, with maps of the
Island possesions, Japan. China, United
States and the world, has just been issued
by the Northern Pacific Railway Jointly ;
with the Burlington Route and the Great ;
Northern Railway. It treats of boun-
darlcs, history, population, statistics, !
school population, state Institutions, fam- !
Hies, farms, manufactures, railway mile- '
age, postofflces, minerals and state gov- '
ernments of each commonwealth tra- i
I versed by the railways mentioned. A mine i
or valuable information xor i.w. A. m
CI eland. General Passenger Agent. North
ern Pacific Railway, St. Paul. Minn.
BOUGHT A PIANO HOUSE
3Ir. Kcssler, Accomplished 3Ius!clnn,
Has Located in Portland Invi
tation to Musicians.
Fred Kessler Is thp latest recruit to the
best musical circles in this city. Mr.
Kessler is from the Eat. and was so
favorably Impressed with the business op
portunities In a rapidly growing city such
as Portland that he purchased the E. U.
Will Manufacturers' Piano Co.. at 350 Al
der street. Mr. Kessler will carry a tine
line of Instruments. Including the Sohm
er, "Sohmer Cecllian," Ceclllan piano
player. Decker & Son, and the Big Four
line. As the "Sohmer CecIUnn" Is ac
knowledged to be the best player in the
world, and Mr. Kessler Is an expert In
producing the best results from it. a
treat is In store for lovers of music, when
his recitals tako place later In the sea
son. Mr. Kessler will make welcome all
musicians who may favor him with a
visit, as he Is himself a cultured musician.
SEE PACIFIC OCEAN".
Take the Potter,' Queen or Itlver
Boats, Down the Columbia.
The T. J. Potter, uucen of river boats.
fills from Ash-street dock for Astoria and j
urin xeacn an lowows; iupuay. juiy 11,
10:15 A. M.: Wednesday. July 12. 11:15 A.
M.: Thursday. July 13. 12:10 (noon): Satur
day. July 15. 1:50 P. M. Particulars and
O. R. & N. Summer book by asking C. W.
Stinger, city ticket agent. Third and
Washington streets. Portland.
The Potter will not make a trip down
thf river on Julv 14.
WHERE JO DINE.
-All th delicacies o.tb season at tho
Portland Restaurant, fine, private apart
ments Zor parties. 205 Wash., near Fifth.
Watson's Restaurant, open night and
day; only first-class family restaurant In
the city. 1C9 Fourth street, near Wash
ington. THE EMPIRE.
Finest chicken dinner In town. 30c All
delicacies of the season. 192 3d St.
Fine French dinner today, with wine,
50c; chicken dinner. 35c OS 6th, near Oak.
Elegant French dinner today with wine,
50c; chicken dinner, 35c 145 First St.
Genuine French dinner, with wine. 60c.
at S3 Fifth street, near Stark.
German dinner served at HO Fifth street.
Crawfish at "The Empire." 192 2d street.
WILL CAUSE A REVOLUTION
INJHE PIANO TRADE.
New, well-built and guaranteed
pianos for $130, $145, $160; elegant, ar
tistic pianos, which will please tho
most critical, for $225. $250. These are
prices which most dealers have to pay;
they nre just half of whttt the public
Is used to, pay for them. Terms as low
as $10 down and $5 per month. In or
der to inaugurate a new business pol
icy, the entire stock of Meyers' Piano
House must be sold in the shortest pos
sible time. Above prices and terms are
the result. A. W. Meyer, 74 Sixth street,
When you think of
THINK OF US
We can make terms to Suit.
We have many makes and styles.
It will pay you to see them.
Soule Bros. Piano Co.
372-374 Morrison St., Cor. W, Park.
ROBERT C. VOSE
320 Boylston St,, Boston, Mass.
Murine Ere Hwnfdy curj maVr w-k '
eren tronf- Sooth re pain; down't mtart i
Ilcnos that h&v lonjt bn known, nnd
have won fame In the homr of murtc
A. B. Chase Estey
RIGHT TIAXOS AT RIGHT PRICES.
DUNDORE PIANO CO.
233 WASHINGTON ST.
At Fashion's Headquarters
A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY HERE
FOR HOT DAYS
FOR VACATION DAYS '
SUPERIOR TAILORED OUTING
SUITS IN ALL, -THE FASHIONABLE
PATTERNS AND STYLES
12.50, $15, $18
SINGLE OR DOUBLE-BREASTED
BROAD-SHOULDERED COATS THAT
WILL KEEP THEIR SHAPE.
FAMOUS CLOTHING COMPANY
CORNER JWORRISON AND SECOND STS.
Visitors to the
Are invited especially dur
ing their stay in Portland
to visit this great cloth
ing house particularly
the sections devoted to
men's wear. Our purpose
Is to Illustrate the attain
ment of perfection a
Western clothing store
may effect through an
Insistence for constant
lea's best sources for
A Point as to
The readiness -with which
purchases are made, Is a
factor In making this the
greatest clothing house In
Outing Suits for
Men $9 to $20
.Business Sack Suits
$15.00 to $35.00
Every garment is shaped,
proportioned and tailored 1
in accordance with the
approved fashions of thej
world s best makers.
The Greatest Dis-I
plays of STRAW
HATS in the city
The Greatest Clothing House is the Northwest.
Mount Hood Trip
EVERT VISITOR to the Inwli
and Clark Expoaltion should
ta'we this th moit delightful
of all mountain trips In America.
Cloud Cap Inn. unique and pic
turesque. 7000 feet above sea level.
Cor ils splendid accommodations
Summit of mountain easily acces
slbte from this point. Stages leave
Hood Itlver Station dallr. making
connection with O. It. & Jf. trains.
Round trip tickets. Including
coaching trip, on sale at O. R. A
N. ticket office; Third and
Washington streets. Portland. Par
ticulars about rates at Cloud Cap
Inn by writing
MRS. S. I-VNOILI.K. Maaacer.
Hood River. Oregon.
Send Two Cents In Stamps to
A. L. Crnlsr. G. I. A. Oregon
Railroad & Navigation Com
pany. Portland, for Booklet
Telling About Trip.
High-Class Prescription Wd
AJI our prescription lenses are symmetrical and have perfectly si
edse.s, for we employ none but skilled help. You will no,t Aug them '
ular In shape, or choppy and wavy, as
Is turned out by cheap' help.
Every pair of our lenses match per
fectly and our technical knowledge and
long experience insure you that, thy
are optically perfect.
Our quality is MjtBt but our prices
no higher than you would pay for the
other kind of work.
ZtK WASHINGTON STRKliT.
Dei. 4th aad 5th.
Feifer's Union V
UNION MADE 5c CIGARS UNION MADE
POPULAR BECAUSE OF THEIR SUPERIOR
QUALITY AND FINE WORKMANSHIP.
THE ROSENFELD-SMITH CO., Distributor
Exclusive Wholesale Clears and Tobacco, PORTLAND.
Finest Summer resort In Oregon. The only
hotel on the beach overlooking the ocean.
Era. foods a specialty. The hotel has been
rebuilt and newly furnished. Hot salt baths.
Fine surf bathing directly In front of the
hotel. Strictly flrst-class. American plan.
For terms and reservations address DAX J.
HOTEL SALT AIR
North Beach's favorite resort. Unsur
passed vlow of ocean, near llshinjy rocks,
good water, excellent table, all kinds of
tlsh. Special rates to ramlllcs. For par
ticulars address Mrs. J. D. Porter. Lou?
Bring headaches just
roiiows day. Let us rei
with relief-giving lenses
suits will surprise you.
vvml i i rv rwi n optuci
133 SIXTH STREET
OREGONIAN BO I LB
containing all modern conveniences; beautl-
house; line view of ocean. For further par
dr. t. p. wimr-
"Dtda't hart n bit," Is -vrhat tkey
Dr. V.". A. "Wise, has Just returned
from an extended tour of Eastern
dental Institutions, and the hav
ing their dental worlc done by taem
will hare the advantage of all new
and up-to-date methods.
Examinations free. Painless ex
tracting free when plates or bridges
arc order-id. ,
Falllrir bldr-, cor. 3d and Wash. sts.
Open evenlncs till S X. M. Sundays
from 0 to 12. Or Main
DR. TT. A. tasE.
THE HACKNEY COTTAGE
Now open for the season. Home comforts,
excellent table board, centrally located, beau
tiful surrounding, fine surf bathing, a most
desirable place for families. Tell the con
ductor to let you off at Hackney Cottare.
Seavlew second stop after leaving; Ilvraco.
P. O. address. Ilwaco Wash.
Ye Oregon Grille
In the new Hotel Oregon, corner Seventh and
Stark Streets. Orchestra every evening after
PRIVATE BOARD AND ROOMS.
Mrs. Sarah Chamberlain, I.onc Beach. Wash.
Home CooltlnE Good Meals.
gchwab Printing Co.
XtST irOXK. XZAXOVASLT. TXICZt
2 714 STARS STREET
HOMEOPATHIC REMEDIES Coaplet
stack, moderate price. Malt erders solicited.
Cataier free. WOODAXD. CfAKKK
CO.. X'urOaad. Or.
We are retiring from business and.
will close out all of our Ladles' and
Children's Fancy Dry Goods at
LESS THAN COST
Don't miss It. Come now while lines.
L. MING & BROJ