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ting tte Stomachs aialBws of
Opium. Morphine nor Mineral.
MxSctm cafW JbeaF
I SI Ji 4
A perfect Remedy for Constipa
tion, Sour Stoinach.Diarrhoca.
Worms .Convulsions .fevcrish
Ttess and Loss OF SUXP.
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BEWARE OF IMITATIONS lvtT7'
nn uiob riTr
8 ilOIM BOIC.
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IT COSTS YOU
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K&zss, SEARS, ROEBUCK 4 CO. 'inc.) Chicago, !-
Real Estate Bought and Sold
Farms, large and small, to Rent,
AND IMMEDIATE POSSESSION GIVEN.
Stock Ranges, Timber Lands and Mining Properties,
Prune and Hop Lands of best qnality, in choice locations,
in quantities to suit intending purchasers, at reasonable
prices and easy terms. Inquire of
D. S K BUICK,
JK mm A Am im m M
rROTTINQ ANl RUNNINQ PLATES A SPECIALTY .
RCPAIttlSG OP ALL. KINDS PROMPTLY D05X.
Shop os Corner WaMhlUKton and ICane Sts., Roitbs.K
Oai.toa. S.aiaa aTaiaai. imiuj
taraiaalaa Ba.a.. aaa. m mma.
cewld wwwISiT S ant lata a dt-1rt -IVTrr. Jtmir.i hitvn.
rbcircatalntrae is a raa deparunent rtorc boiled down." Atlanta rVmrtltntloo.
Taa eatalornt Is eertainlT a wwrrhandiirnryrl'iaMila." ltm l"nb Herald
a law honld br t-,d -omtllir tlieniwof UilrratalnveinaM p.iWk- i-h .!." Tbe lliiu. ((. A Sulltbtona.
Wccnald0fa Th."r.'U "f .ImM.r.Tlrwts. S-a 1 1 erat. at ar .aS M. win rrrWiT tt 4-Maa4 Saa4 ay ntarc
as. Add.-w. SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.), CKICACO, ILLINOIS, U. S. A-
HAIR SWITCH 65 CENTS.
I sau. ui Ait mm sniiiuLb a.wi
SWT aaa-at fraa. eo e (3.23, lbs ccaal af
awUcAaaUat rMail ai SS.aciaOs.ca. .
OUR OFFER: tM"sdoutSBw l4
vrrt-n. to u. tneloM a (rood sued
sampie of Uie cxan etaee wabted. and rut It
. w out as near inc roots as posaible, locloas
' ear aa.r .1 arlra castad sad emu mn to
, f I par poataa-e. and wa wlU saake las ew'ak I.
I wrk raer b
balr eiart. asd send to you by
lid. end if Ton ere not perfrrtla
catisiied. return it and we will immecUaieiv
refund your moncr.
BarSsnl.lOl'ererie.aafcBewsi m. switch
to. la. tone. Iotuj stem, 63CJ short stem,
90Ct S-os-tMn. lour, short stem, SI. 29
S-oc. 25-ln. lona-. abort atera. II.RO! t-oa.
mn. soon nem, (3.2. as wl'ABAlTKa
vta wima toe burliest rradc on the
market. Ureer at aae aad ret lease neMal
s ear we.ey rwseaas II vaa
awavd. Write for Free Catalogue of
hair leoodr. AaVirers,
SEARS.ROEBUCK 4 CO. (Inc.) Chicsaa.
bi il.tk a (e. are l.n.ialr rrH."i Ullaj
To The Unfortniiatc.
This old reliable and
the most aucceulul
EpeciaiiKt in 6n Fran
e.ikco. atiU ooutlnuee to
care all Sexual aud
Seminal Diccaes tuck
aa Ooaaorrhoca, Gleet
Stricture, yph Ilia in
;ail iia forms, Sikin
','aeaaes. Nervous Debil
Ity, Impotency. Scmie
rial Weakacss aad Losa
ofl nanneod, lue conae-
aueace ol aeif abuse and ezceiise produciiiK tbe
rollowint; symptom: sallow coiiutenance, dmk
pott under the eyea, pain ia the bead, ringing
ia the ears, loss of uoiifideuoe. diflidence in ap
proaehins strancers, ttalniiation of the bea it
weak Dec o( the limbs aud back, loss ol memory
pimple on the face, coughs, consumption etc.
HI. lilRROM has nrai'lifwd in Han Franrlwn
ever thirty yea re and those troubled should not ; ItartlficiallydlgestslbefoodaDdaldS
fail to consult him and receive the benclil of TJaturn in si rn7rihi.nii, ., ,!
an treat skill and experience. Ihe doctor cures JJatUJf ' Strengthen myr arKI TeCOD
when others fail. Try him. Otres wnaranteep. BtruCtlng the "Xhaustefi digest ive 0r
Pemon cured at home. Chrgnt reaxonab'e. ; pane, Itisthe. t csl discovered digest-CD1-T'r"!eofBBos.
625 Ke.ray t-t. Baa Fr.a ! " and tonic. JN'u oi lier preparation
atjc'r! ; can approach It in tilicieiicy. It in-
! stantly relieve.'-and pei maiiently cures
L .., . , ,o - n P7sPpsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
TheBoral Notihweet and.8emi-weekly I Flatulence, Sour 8toiach, Kausea
i ai'dfaieb both one year for t nly t2 1 SickHeadaclie,Gaia!gia.Crartips.and
pricofonapsper alone." . . jK
MW I Hill
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
Mmd hj the
3 1 AT aaTw I
' .'.I cm in miiRTTB ciwrn nurMMtttieiiivrr.
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9UirroiwBltK Tnll lelurtll table and feraa In im Kir
twMsvd and dccll rshtnet tuusa. Ant ntrkei dnv pvtijL ti p lour
carter. ad;nrtatte Crradi. pvttsuir8BitB troa vtand. IWl Urfo H Irm
hraA. poiti-fir rnvHioa t4. Mtif tapradinc itrUTC" that!, urttmrt
bottbin imirr aajunabl brarittc. rsnt ttMfoa liherator.tfBproT4 loa
vhe-L au.iabl prepare fooc improTea UmU-earner. paut nlt bar.
Mmt ara vnarxf. Wa awitu If iiwtiH aa4 aatain aaa fcaalfat?
a i 1 1 ii Marka aw. awry aaaaa miiiii at la tiinlil a0 air Pra la
rocrioa Book tlis hwiririManrsa itaaa da aitbar faia orany
Inn. t laarr work, a ft-Traw' iwaiaa tia.rian I 1b aaat wlta WT lacfcira.
tt?' votxr wrr ktt 4lt Rt
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a-laiaa 1MI f-i.-; U -ij-t u.rb..a
In aia. eoatainf ovrr lM.wa oootatintia
KWilibtrattH.'. lap Ufrt, .1 rwpee aaa Umt M aHma raaa
rwtikM. mart Tcf lllT"WtS4Lt(Ot0 MICIS t
iTfimiiDzfeTyiaiatUiiteMTt. bran, SrjWaav
SaraMara. Bararaa, Saaatoa,
nHia TaralK Blni.a. Miliimili
TeUs ioat vbat roar morekaaper at Soma mutt pa, I.w
lua. m.i.g. vaui, aiiinai., aaai. aaa ai
arawara. Si i. Aail.aSa.al laatMaata,
rrryUiiBz ha bays and anil prracHt him rroaa oarrhanrliu r m on
anrUnna jrm Sor ; utaiaj ja.it how Vo order, bow mo-h tba bakl.
aaarraior wan will be on anjrtbinit to yoar tows. The Mc bwafe
eeata a. mearlr St.. tbe tx-atam alntie Is Mmata.
OUR FREE OFFER. VtV.
help pay IlKMcnltpotUn. aaatfcaSta Baa wHI aaarat la7oaBaB
by wan aawa.ld.and If w don't Ihtnk It U wort a IWtlnMaOia ISoena
yon md. ax a key to he lownt wholeaaJc price, of ererthing, I
SO and w. will fc 11 l..i h rxara yaar Ii fata.
W n AT TUF. FkKM ST AMI T TwlS CATAMrCrBl
-1 1 ia a Konuatii of btuuiaas tpformtatton." HuipaapmiJ (Miamj
-A wondrrfnl pieeaof work "-Wwhlawtofi Wational Tribone.
TTwfCataJ.raliiawonder.Jlanoliratar IN H.i talon.
-Hrara. Koeburk A Oa. 1. one of tba largest houses of Its tioa la
CTla8.M 4'hkrac-o lnwrOrcaA.
-T he o'tr ra.tai.4ruc forms out of tbc Sxest sboppiBC madlams Uiat
KossnLEQ, 0a., October 1, IS'JU.
Notice is hereby given tht the nnder
eKced, the trnstea fif the bankrnpt es
tate oftxini! Cirtin, will receive and
consider i ropjeitions f- r the purchase of
what is known as the Curtin Hssr Mill,
situated near Corostoeks, Oregon, all
pr.ipoe-iliona subject to rejection.
Address me at Itoseburg, Oregon.
Date lor closing "(tie receipt of the saite
will be thirty days trom the date hereof.
Dated at Kosaour, Oregon, Ibis 21st
day ffO toiler, 18'J!.
J. T. LIuiogep,
Digests what you eat.
Oi aaa. HX-r Nklrawt -aaaadr U
BIG GALAPAGOS TURTLES.
The HTat Wctchad BOO Poull
From the Galapago itl&nds ihe
schooner Julia Whalen has brought ten 1
of the immense turtles for which the
islands are noted. The biggest shell
back of them all weighs 600 pounds and
is suul to be the largest ever brought
from the islands. I'ufortunately, the
monster reptile whs accidentally killed
two weeks out from the Wands. A
sharp piece of timber fell on the deck
und pierced the animal's lungs. Tbc
turtle coughed blood for awhile, and
nn attempt w as made to plaster tip the
hole, but the injured tortoise died in a
fortnight. As scientists estimate the
average life of these turtles at 200 year,
death within two weeks of an injury
is practically instantaneous for a
turtle. It is said in the islauds that no
turtle has died a natural death in the
memory of the oldesi inhabitant. Dur
ing the two centuries mat scientists
have allotted it to live some accident
generally befalls the turtle. Many have
met their deaths by falling over preci
pices, and a number have been over
tnken by the lava Hows of thes ol
nr.ic islands. In fact, the turtle
brought back dead by the Whalen
shows marks on his shell of having been
r;m?ht in some fiery flow. Thera are
-cars on las shell, showing that the lava
li.uM-d more quickly than he. A ton
r.f cactus leaves was brought on the
s'hi-oner as food for the turtles.
II. 1Z, Sr.otlPTass. an instructor in
r-.ndrrv it Stanford university, and K
l!il!r. a zoolepical student there, went
o:i the Whalen for the purjiose of mak
in;; si'K'ntilH observations. One of the
.-innt lorloises belonged to them, and
tht v luive in addition 13!) varieties of
fish. K"tv-two varieties of fish were
alrcr.dv known on these islands, which
..-rkiibtv rich oolocieally. Of
U:o tNIi brought back to Stanford, 90
w iivcr.s are new to science. Tlie col-
! bring also a most complete col
li t licit f insects, manv of them unclas-
siii iiut! a fine collection of binls and
rp;M;:: s. They have a specimen of a
r.-.:.:-i:ic iguana, or sea li7ard. six feet
Tl.o col'cfre men report that the tur
t'.rs. tl'.f.t'ch riili numerous on Allie-xts'-i
!.-. I. i- v jrjH-arcd from theother
iia:.t t on uunean is-iann. w nere
one. tjHtifs of the tcstmio family still
exists. There are three species on Al
bemarle. but on the other islands, each
rf v.Lii-h had once its separate species,
the turtles are extinct. The inhab
itants of the islands kill the turtles for
their oil. and the snpply is steadily
growing less. The turtles brought back
on the Whalen are worth fi-om $100 to
$0 apiece. Ttere were ten, some of
them bound for museums, sonr.e for
zoological gardens and more for the
soup kettle. San Francisco Chronicle.
HAYDN'S UHHAPPY WIFE.
Married Her lastea4 ef nor
Merely o OMIbc Hla Fs
Ilaydn married, not the girl lie was
in love with, but her sister. "Ilardn,
you should take my oldest daughter,'
said Kather Keller, the barber, and.
as Keller had doae a trodd deal for
Hn viln. the composer felt trat he must
s;.f riiice his affection on tbe altar of
ilutv and obliire the old man. At the
time of the marriage, in 1700, Ilaydn
was 2i. w hile his Anna Maria was 32.
There does not appear to have been
much love on either side to start with
but Ilaydn declared that he had really
b-r'in to "like" his wife, and would
have come to entertain a stronger feel
inp for her H she had behaved in a
reasonable way. Unfortunately, Anna
Maria had neither rhyme nor reason in
her composition. The entertaining
Marville says that the majority of la
dies married to men of genius are sc
rain of the abilities of their busliatids
that they are frequently insufferable.
IV.it Krau llayiln uns not a lady of that
kind. The world l ad emphatically
proclaimed her hi:-.land a genius, but
to Maria it r.-.-.- quiie inimaterialwhelh
er he were a cobbler or an artiat. Nay.
she even committed the incredible
crime of using the composer a manu
script scores for curling iwper, as un
derlays for pastry, and similar things!
She was pay e:iough with it all. too.
When Ilaydn ntnt from home she
would send bim the most cheerful little
notes. "Should vou die to-dav or to
morrow," ran one of these missives.
"there is not enongh money left in the
house to bury you." At another time,
when Haydn was in Ixjntlon, he re
ceived a letter in which Maria wrote
that she had just seen a neat lit tic
house which she liktd very much, and
that he might do himself the pleasure
to send her 2.'00 culdcn with which to
buy it. mi as to have in future a "wid
ow's home." Pleasant reading this
for the genial comoser! In the first
case he wrote, without a trace of anger:
"Should this be so. take my manu
scripts to the music publisher. I guar
antee you that they will lie worth
money enough to defray my funeral ex
penses." In the matter of the "widow's
home." he thought it would lie liest to
arranpe things himself. Ultimately he
bouht the house, and in spite of Maria
f reiu nt suppestions of his coming dis
solution, he lived in it for nine years
after she hail been dead. Frau Ilaydn
saw out her i) .t ears, but some time be
fore that the pair had agreed to live
apart as the best way of ending a union
which had proven utterly unbearable
to the composer. Comhill Magazine.
Mr. Jackson ("basin a woman is jea
like chasin a trollej- car; after you've
canplit her you'tc got to put your hand
riirlif down in your pocket and pull out
Mr. Johnson Yes; and you're darn
lucky if you don't And you've caught
dc wrong car, after all! Puck.
Philadelphia can boast 08 the longest
asphalted street in the world. Broad
street has that unique distinction. It
is the only street which is of even width
for 11 miles, and this width is the great
est ever attained by any street for a
course of 11 miles. Broad street is 113
feet wide and measures CO feet from
curb to curb, and 35 men can walk
abreast on it.
Ik-d covering is intended to give the
body t he warmth that is lost by reduced
circulation of the blood. When the
body lies down the heart makes ten
stroke? a minute less than when the
body is in an upright posture. This
I means COO strokes in 00 minutes. There
fore, m the eight hours that n man
usually spends in taking his night's rest
the heart is saved nearly 5,000 strokes.
There are 10,000,000 bicycles in use
iu the world. If half of these turn out
on a fine day, 5,000,000 cyclists will be
having a spin. If they do on the aver
age 20 niilet, apiece, that will make a
t'tal distance of 100,000,000 miles aday.
A hundred million miles is 4,000 times
round tbe world. Each wheel of the
average machine turns round 700 times
in a mile. So that one fine day, when
li-.lf tin; cyclist in the world do a 20
!ui!i' spin, witnesses 140,000,000,000 re v
ulutionsof the 10,000,000 wheels.
RICH DRESS MATERIALS.
Velvet Are the Must Espeaslva
Staple GooeW, Bat Laces the
Cnstltest of Alt.
The costliest of what might be de
scribed as staple dvess oods are vel
vets. Fine silk Velvets, in black and
in colors, for reception, dinner and
evening gowns sell in regular widths
up to f 15 a yard, and in velvet of extra
widths as high as $'.'0. The velvets sold
oftenest for dress goods are those at
prices under ten dollars a yard.
The costliest of fancy fabrics are sat-1
in frrouuu urocnes. a sawn laoric in
white or iu some light color, with cin
bassed velvet, figures, in various col
ors, and in floral and in geometrical de
signs. The broche satins arc made for
evening wear. They are prciUu eu in
great variety and many of them rrc
of great beauty. Made 21 inchc in
width they sell through a wide rar.;;e
of prices up to $15 a yard. There arc
wider satins and velvet broches. im
ported in dress patterns that rip cost
lier still. These poods in ;r.trv; v fmn
seven to eight pards each, with j -in?;.
heliotrope, blue mid other ground.-, out l
a single pattern in a shade or color, im
ported, are sold at $250 a dress pat
tern. But the roost expensive of dress ma
terials is lace. Toint lace flounce,
inches wide, for gowns, is sold at prices
ranging up to $125 a yard, four y?rd
lcing rt-uirrd for a skirt. The r.;:i
lace could be used for tiie waist, in
which case two yards more would be
rejiiir"d; but ofiener there i sold for
the waist and sleeves an nil-over hie
to match the flounce. This, in a lif e
fi-om IS to 22 inches in width, to match
the flounce at $123 a yard, would cost
$50 a yard.
It will b Imrne in mind that these
prices represent the cost simply of the
material for the gown, without lininjrs
of trimmings or making up. What the
finished gown would cost 1'iiht de
pend on a variety uf consideration. A
gjwn of satin and velvet brfirhercs1ii-.il
srty $12.5:1 a vartl might rnst coii'iilo'ei"
?5"0 or f ''". A gown from any of tin s-
materials would obxiously lc costly.--
X. V. Sup.
A TRICK FOR HALLOWEEN.
It la C alled - lolrToyanee" ai
Will Mystify aad F.m.
A game that is not entirely new ami
jet especially appropriate for liallow
e'en is known f:s "t lain t sr c." 1'
is specially enj.iyablc for ri t;in:
of mystery, bccjti.-c it aiv, ;tS prtbve:
mvstiftmi? to tbe uniniiiatett. lake
sonte particular person who under
standi tjie game to play the ro!e of n:c.
(liutn, send her from the room, an cr.:p-
t- chair beinjr reserved for her next
to the K-rsan who is in collusion rw'.l;
her. When she leaves the room son.c
word is determined upon by the res! of
the partv, for instance' "horse." r.r.
when the medium returns her ta.ck U
to tell what the word is without rr.y
qnesions. Mic is summoned, si cow:
next to her friend, and while all presrr;?
are seated in a circle, with joined bands,
the one who was ii the room, and bent e
knows the word, spells it to the me
dium by tapping with A finger npon the
palm of her baud, the nunilicr cf t;-
being equal to the mimlierof letters in
the alphabet. For instance, eight Ir.p-
for II. then quite a pause; 15 taps fov
O. etc. When the medium announces
the word successful I v. those ret knew-
ine the secret cannot understand itrt
nil. and it ia even more liiys'if' "
wlicn !T l evpinip.fcl mat it is l:ie.
niion some peculiar mental action.
Phelie WeMoott Humphreys, in Worn
an's Home Companion.
Picturesque hats in Tuscan straw
with high crown end turned-tip brims
liorroweii trom tr.e empire rcrir'l. arc
among the most select fasii-v tf t?-
tnoinent, which have not lie r" -
eral. and so the more oor.inirv,! f
selvce to the notice of the i!l u i -Many
nf the britra are covtrit' n "
puckered black tulle, a little jet !- r--iind
ihcre: lontr ostrich p't;r-cs " i
on either ide of the brim f-!"i'-g i r.
hair at the back, starting frT a p.i-t.
ornament. Two or three shade c
straw mingle in the saire hat. e
pecially in greens and li..aucs. r.rd
there are manv new color?; a I ir k tint
tones Into brown, a blue with a tl.-:
afTuiity to green and a nianvr i':-it
miplit lie mapenta. lavender end s!.:tr
color are minpled. and wipr r.re
placed under the brims r.s r. m le
over. P.lack is worked in wV'tc ?!
ille and silver, and the wirgs otuJ
grettes are coveretl with jet. but a pin'
rose finds its tiav somewhere in iix"t
millinery models. Washington Stnr.
A FAMILY QUARREL
Family quarrels are always tragic for
those concerned, but for outsiders tbey
occasionally contain an element of wa
edy. This is certainly true of sundry
families of the most primitive type
We quote a single instance from "In
der the African Sun," by W. J. Ansorge
a, medical officer in the British serv
Imam Abdalla E fiend i, a Soudanese
officer in command at Kibero, had seven
wives and live children. I was bent t
enforce a judicial decision in favor of
one of his wives, who bad lately bee:;
divorced and demanded her dowry
He at once told me how his undutiftil
wife, instead of serving him with din
ner, had throw n it at his head, and how
under the great provocation, he had
divorced the woman. 1 told him I
bn ' not come to hear an argument, but
si ply to enforce a sentence. As
s, ccimen of what one has to nut up
with from the natives, I give a few sen
fences of what was said on the occa
I You are to refund this woman iier
lie Heaven knows I have done so
She It's a lie! lie has only given me
eight yards of silk.
He I call Heaven to w itnesg. I have
She It's a, lie! He has cowg, goats
And so the squabble went on. I in
sisted. Imam trembled for his best cow,
and finally I suggested five sheep as
an apporpnate amount, and told him
that if he selected the worst in his
flock the woman should have the cow.
Friphtened nt this, Imam brought out
five beautiful animals, and, wiping the
perspiration from his face, he entreat
ed the woman to accept them and de
part. 1 his she was graciously pleased
to do. Youth i (.oropanlon.
Aad the Baad Playd.
Waiter Kin Ah bring yo' an
kind of 'ades have
" I. e tn on a de
Orangeade an' limeade
"llrinp me a
Is a chronio disease. There is an lpflamma.
tioa of tba Inner coating of tha stomach. A
thick, ropy macua forms
and this causes th mors
pronounced symptoms. It
remains ia th stomach
and decomposes. Then,
of coarse, digestion can
not be properly perform
ed. The great vegatabl
remedy Dl'DTAS never
falls to effect a care.
HIDTAN can be had of
all druggists or 60c. pet
package. Study your
symptoms carefully from this chart. Each num
ber represents a symptom or a group of symp
toms. You have the symptoms. Vaa IIL'Da
TAN and they will disappear.
THE SYMPTOMS ARE:
1. BILIOUS HEADACHE. This I
more pronoum-ed in the morning. H U D
YAN will relievo the beadacbe.
a s. KED AND WATEBY ITE8.
HUOYAN will cause the redness to diaap-
ppear and mike the eyes asaumo their nor
mal, healthy apparanre.
4. COATED TONGUE AND TOB-
TID BBEATH AND BAD TASTE
IN THE MOUTH. HUOYAN wlU clear
tbe tongue, make tbe breath pur aad sweat
sad cause tbe bad taste to disappear.
5. FAIN AND TSNDEBNESS IN
TH3 8TOM.ACH- This is due to Indiges
tion. Ml'DTaN will cause tbe food to be
come perfectly digested and the vln aad
tenderness will disapju-ar.
6. ENLARGEMENT OF TUB
LITEB. HUOYAN wM leen th conges
tion and red u to th enlarged liver to Iu nor
BCD TAN will relieve you of tbe above
symptoms and make you well. Do not delay.
Go to your druggist at once and procure a
package of ni D VAX for 50c or for ruo.
(f your druggist does not keep It, send direct
to the ntUVAN HKMfDV COMPANY,
Saa Francisco. Cal., and tbey wiU send it to
you. Vou rau consult tbe great BCDTAN
DOCTOBS PRISE. Do not forget that
Call aud sen them if you wish. You may
call aud sea them, or write, aa yon desire.
HUDYAN REMEDY COMPANY
Car. ttecMaa, Market aaa Ellis tta,
gsa Froeeieea, Cat.
TUB DIRECT ROCTE T
Colorado and all
Gives choice of two favorite routes, via the
CMOS PACIFIC Fast MaU Una, or lb
RIO GRANDE Scenic Unco.
Look at the tl
iyi days to Salt Lake
2j days to Denver
yt days to Chicago
4i days to New York
Frees MecllaslBB- Cbalr tars, l'p
liesalerctf Xonrlat BlcplBB
Cars, Pallsaan Palace Bte
mir cans operated on all
Fu furtbei iDiorme'lcr ppiJ 10
J. F. QIVAN5, Agf., Rooebnri
C. O. Terry, W. E Coman,
TrsT.Psta.AtL Gen Agt.
121 Third St., Fell at a Or.
All kinds of Pies, Cake?,
AGENTS WANTED- FOR "THE LIFE AND
Achievements ol Admiral Dewey' tb world's
five test naval hero. By Murat Haislrad. the
lie-lone; friend and admirer ol the nation's
idol, lilncest and best book : over 500 pases,
8x10 inches; nearly lun pacts halltone llfustra
riont. Only 11.50. Enormous demand. Big
lmmi"ions. Outfit tree. Chance of a lite
ma. Write quick. The Dominion Co myia
Floor Caxton Bldg. ,Cblcrr,o.
We Have the Best and
Cheapest PIANOS and ORGANS,
JW T 1
The favorite of the Army and Navy. A few" of the ships equipped with the Blickens.
derfer Typewriter during the Spanish-American War.
No. 5, $35.
All goods fully guaranteed and sold on the installment plan. Band Instruments,
Guitars, Banjos, MandolinsjViolins, Accordions, Autoharps. In fact almost anything in
the musical line can be had at the T. K. RICHARDSON STORE.
See our stock POCKET KNIVES, AIR GUNS,
VELOCIPEDES, STEAM ENGINES, HOT AIR
RIFLES, STEVENS FAVORITE BOYS RIFLES.
Our stock is chuck full of the useful as well as orna
mental. Call and see at
Churchill & Woolley's.
Cass Street Market
Fresh and Cured
Hay, Grain and Flour.
DOZIER & MARTIN,
'Phone Main 181.
Any Job Work doneat
Triumph Prune Grader
F01 Green and dried Prunes.
Compact, Practical, Accurate.
Send for circulars and testimonials to
stock.of TEXT BOOKS
and the Finest Stock of
ever brought"to this city.
A. C. MARSTERS & CO.
CHICKERINGS, WEBER, KIM
BALLS, NEEDH AM.
Besides these we have other good
Pianos but cheaper in price but nott
t . . ,
and Retail Dealers In
Fish and Game in Season,
Manufacturer, Salem, Oregon,
rTa- At Marsters.
Right. . . .
No. 7, $50.
fer is rapidly dis
placing the .' more
higher priced ma
chines, as it does
the same work
equally as well (if
now in use.
s . x v 1 - v a
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NOTICE I UIHBY UIVE THAT T"' I
undersigued was on the 2nd dee of O h,
duly appointed administrator of tha 3
of eaiauel Turner deneawd. All persons bos
log claim against said estate are hereby re
quired to present tb same, properly veriie.!. to
tbe said administrator t Boottcbunf, Lu j -s
Count, Oregon, within six sacatii from iu
Dated this Stb dav of October 1
WILIIAlf J. BUECXLi-RD,
Administrator ol th eatala ai &oaii
1 aruer, aeoeasea.
Railroad Time Tabic.
Northboui d BoMborg local. No. 17
departs 7:30 a. m.
Soot b boo -Roweburf local. No. 13,
arrirea 5 J20 p. m.
Nortbboond oTerland, No. ft, ar-
rivea 105 a. tn.; departs 10:45 a. m.
Bootbbound overland. No. 0, arrives
:15 a. m.; departs 4:25 a.m..
Ncrthbound fast tbrough freight, No
221, arrive 4 :10 p. m. ; departa 5 20 p.
Southbound fast through freight, Na
222, arrires 7.-00 a. m.; departs 8 .-CO a
Nortbboond mixed train No. 722 arrives
at 2 '55 p. m., Bandar., Wedneadaji and
rruiaTs. o-narta a. m MocdaT
ThorsHaya and Sstordaja.
booth bound tnisea trsia So. 22S r-
riTee at 3 .-fX) p.m.. on Bands.-lion.
days aad Fridata, depart 7:15 a. m.
uoodayg. Thursdays and Eatardavt.
Sa-thomst Csrcaca eon of Mala sad Lane
at eta. 8andar Berrioe: Preaeiilng. 11 a at
aad 1 p. sm.; Babbata school, M a. as.; L.
Walker, BuperLQteadent; Claaa Xaetlac a:
ekaa of the morning aervlee; Sp art. Lar?e
7 A) p. au W. 8. Godlrey, Prosideat. Prsrer
Meeting, Wednesday, at 7: JO p. au
G. B. AB-of-S, Pastor,
Parsoaago. eorner Kaia aad Laae.
Cants Baaraan caraca-en Pawl str U
aasda j scrrica, at 11 a. m. aad 1M p. sa. Tnf
ar aseeting. Thursday arcBiug.
Mr. Leer M. Ccmar, Pator.
St. Giosgs's Cmvxcx-Corex Cass and
Main streata. Sarricea oa secoad aad lonrvi
aoaday morning of each avoath aad rrery Saa-
ere alaa Bpecial aenloea anooesoed Xrbea
'aw to time. Bar. Josta DAiaii,
M. S. Cacaca, Boctst. 8eiTieta trtaj Boadsy
Rat J T Corrosr, Pact
Ba irr Cacaca earner af Las and Eos
treeta. Saaday eerrice: Preaching at 11 a, sa.
and 7:30 p. m. aabbath School at 10 a. t O. P.
Coabovr, waperlntendant. rrar avaatinc t
7:S) Wadaeaday CToninf.
a. A. Docaa, raa-xa-.
Ptasr Caaimaji Cacaca Co r af Finn
sal Woodvaid atreeta. Soadar serrtcea
Preaching both aoorsisg aad eveniag. Saaday
school at M a. as. T.P.8.C. K.attO a. at
Prayer meeting each Wednesday erwxirg at
7J9. A eordul vrlcoaw aad aetiar ui j
an. W. A. Wooa, ' J
PtasT PsaaaTTxaiAX Chcbo-Co Can
aad Sow stre ta. Soaday aerrk: TZf
worship, 11 a. nv, aal S p. BL: Bafcb&Ui
achool. 10 a. m. r. P. 8. C. L si 7 . is.
Prayer aseeting, WedLcsday ereBing 7:M
av J. A. Tosaajo.
Taa W. C. T. C. will hold it regular twefe;)
oa the aeeond aad forma Jfoadsys af rrm
noaih at 738 p. au ia Us Zp irth Ies .e
room of tbe X. K. Chorea.
OR All GO.
Fnat 1 Halt Lake, Sea r. PL Ft-t
Mail 1 Worth. Omaha, Saa- I I'.r..-
1a.m. easCity.St- Loaja,Cal- U
cagoaaa a aim. j-
Walla Walla Lewfetoa,
St. Paai, Duiaia, afU
wankie, Chicago) aad
OCSA9 StaAasHZF 4 J- D .
AU Sailiag dates sabject.
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FoeSaaFTaael eo !
Sail Dec ,. 13.18,
JS, and ererj i days. i
To Astoria aad Way
4 pk 31.
10 p. as.
w a. as.
4- J- .
Salem Way-Laad a j
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7 am. WtUAXTr Aa- .'.,'.-". t.
TuecThara aiu. BrTBx.t " mj
and das. Or oa City, DaTftMij ai . -and
Way-taadiags. j -
S a. "m. ! wiUABBTra Bits u-si &
sad bat. PorUand to CorrsJH, aad anj .
aad a ay-laadiBga i
1 JO a m.
SSl sa Situ
Kiparia to Lewiston
J. F. 01 vans,
Agent. Boseburg, Or.
Gen. Pass. Art,
saw ... . r
will aar. v
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a wlw arar .
es leag. ws rail sweeu. t - a '
racer ease aaa wsac isi.iseaa iww.
w dace. ST rnehes t
eare. extra fall. rc
raile tnnunaw wtta whek Baltte w4 a so
tHassseil wilS three rows aea ecUar wi.a t-- re
Sac anaasr sraMt doth eattoa oraaiweM. Tu. a
Be. t.iin ci. , ia caa cad eiraai w eacjc --a .
sore tben a blc thearfea. Srsanran i-di . .i,--.
SEARS, ROEBUCK cm CO-T il" 1 J
tassra, Sisant Ca, rs a) ST e.i. . -
Notice of Appointment o - Exuect
lix. N-otii-o la hereby given that tha undersigTiajl
Wsa ou tb. Hih dar of Normocf . Lgd,
daly appointed aae outrix of the last will awl
testament olUeoim T. Ruasell, dfceaeed. AU
persons having ciaima against said sui are
hereby required to present the same p roper
Tarifled, to said executrix, at Oakland. Douslaa
county, Oregon, within six BMmtha Iroat tha
Dated this 16 dsy of November, l.
Notice for PubllcatJo
Notice is hereby riven that th. ini
named settler baa Bled notice ot bis ir
to make final proof la support .( his els
that said proof wiU be mad. before tbi
tex and Receiver,. United statea Land
Roseburg, Ore., oa Decern ber S9, Issi, v .
JAMES K. PERRY
On H E No. for tha lota a and ?
TS1S.R6W. It. names th. toiiowii
nea to prove his continuous re!.'-,
and cultivation of isid land vis: Cturge C" :
William Mchols, J. .ilajts, Walu SI ;m -
olBiddle, Oregon. 4 -
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