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The Kind You Have Always Bought, and vhieli has beeu
tla. use for over 30 years, has brue the signature of
- and has been made under his per-
""' (jrL J&Jtf'f-lP- . sonal supervision kuico its infancy.
I VJr, Allow no one to deceive you in this.
; All Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes are but Ex
periments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience a rains t Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops .
and Soothing Syrups. It is Harmless and Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Jfarcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food,' regulates the
Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
ENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over" 30 Years.
STATE OF OREGON,
Salem. November 21, 1S99.
1 accordance with the provUiona of aa
act aotitled "An act eabtsiuiog to tbe
leclors of tbe State of Oregon at tbe gen
eral election to be held on the first Mon
ay la Jane, 1900, the pending piopoeed
eonatitotiooal amendments," approved
FBBrBary 18, ISifl, 1, T.T. Gecr. Uover
dot of tbe Sielv of Oe-eon. do bereby
cause tha. following proposed amend
taet-la to lbs constitution oftheSuie of
Oregon, h certified to by tbe Secretary
of State, to be published for fire cacpec-
ntire weeks in "Tje Kjeehurg Plain
asuxtF," a newspaper published in tbe
Second Judicial Dtrtrk-t of ilte S'ate of
Done t t e Capitol
at 8-tleru, O-rtfjo, this
tenty-&ret day oi Nov
ember. A. P. 1S!W.
T. T. GEEK,
By the Gorernor: Governor.
- J F. I. Dc.nbab,
fcecreUrr of State.
iKXATE J01Xt"ke1T0LUT10N No
P-e it resolved by tbe 6enate, tbe
Boeae concurring, That tbe follow iog
amendment to tbe Cooetitution of tbe
Rate of Oregon be and is hereby pro
"Tbat Section 10 ot Article XI of tbe
CaaatUotioa of tbe State of Oregon be
and tbe name ie bereby abrogated aod in
lien thereof Action 10 of Article XI shall
e as follow:
ftctioa 10. No coonty, city, town
r geccl district or olher municipal cwpo
it'ioa eball be oi lowed to become in-
!tbJ in nay manner or for any ,-arpoea
te an aojoant iuclodiog preeent eiietiog
iae-bti-ajrt tbe aggregate exceeding
fiverf 1 on the value of tb Lax
herein to be ascertained
eemeot for -State and
vious to tbe iocorriog
he Senate Jan. 30, 1S93.
Jent of tbe Senate,
ie House Feb.
t P. Keauv,
ei of the Hoose.
ht of tbe Senate.
:.t Honee Feb. i
Af tbe ll'u?e.
RESOLUTION No. 13,
A bv tbe Senate, tbe
, .at: Tbat tbe following
to the tDgf itation" of tbe
tgoo, ia lien of Section Ten
je Seven (7) be end tbe tame it
y proposed, to wit ? ' -.
' - - -"Sscnoif 10. -
,""Tbe Legislative Assembly msy pro-
Vide fur tbe election of Supreme and Cir
eniWodgea in distinct classes, one of
which elassee shall cooaiet of five Jus
tices of the Supreme Court, mho eball
not perform circuit duty; and tbe other
class shall c insist of as many Circuit
Judges as m ;r bo deemed oeceesary,
Who shall bold full terms without allot'
Bent, and wbo eball take ti e earns oath
at the Supreme Judges. -v
"Tbe Legislative Aeeetnbly uia? i rente
asauny Ciicuits as may be ue-eaary.
"Adopted by tbe Senate F4i-i5: 18'J3
rresitlent uW, Senate. .
' -Concurred in by tbetJo ife Feb. 15,
J"3. i -
AV. 1'. Kkaia ,
"'I'eaVer cf thV House.
"Adopted by tlte henaU Jan. 31, 18l5.
' JotiEi-n Simox,
.J'trj-Iejit of tbe Senate.
"Coocurred in bv the House Feb. 6
ClIAB. . MOOHKS,
Speaker of tbe Hcure."
HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION No. 10,
Resolved by the Honee, tbe Senate
eonearriag: Tbat tbe following amend
meot to tbe Constitution ol tbe State of
Oregon be and hereby is proposed :
"Tbat tbe Constitution te amended b
ddina Artii U t'J fltnw. to-wit:
f ari'XK six.
"Section 1. Ttie necessary use ol
lands for the construction of reservoirs r
storage basins f r the purpoee of irriga-
r for rights of wa for the construction
,tcn'dit:be1 flumes or .lpes to con-
- t z3a
af water to tte
K-.fl,,l. or ner Purpose, or
, , ( v
fo rfrminaaa Of lor
... v.. workinas- there
qj, by means of .tosds, rsilrods,
tramways, cuts, tannels, shaHs, hoist intj
works, dump or otb-r neceassry means
to tbfcir comp,e,, development or any
'other e ne-eaftry to ibe. rfimHtedf-
: vslopement ot the natural Tetwjrtces of
IfJaCiatn or prrfwrvnlion rf the It-alth of
its inhabitants, i hereby declared to be
a public nee and subject to the rejrula
tion and control of tbe State.
""Section 2. Tbe "rwbt to appropriate
the unappropriated waters of any natural
stream to beneficial uses shall ntver be
"Section 3. The use of a!' wateri now
appropriated for sale, rental or dis'.iibo
tion, also of all waters ork-ioaliy appro
priated for private use, but which, after
such appropriation, has berelofi re been
or may hereafter be sold, rented or dis
tribute 3, ia hereby declared to be a pub
lic use and subject to the regulation ao
control of tbe State in tbe manner pre
scribed by law. 'But the right to nee
and appropriate such waters shall be
subject to socb provision of law for tbe
taking of private property for public or
private use as provided in Section IS, Ar
tide 1, of the Constitution of tbe State ot
"Section 4. Tbe tight to collect tax
ee or com pensatiau for the use of water
supplied to anv county, city, (own or
water district or inhabitants thereof, is
franchise, and cat, not be exercised ex
cept ty aottioit'.y ol anJ in a manner
prescribed by law.
"Adopted by tbe House-Feb. 13, lS'.C
(Signed March 7, 1S93.)
V. P. KlAUY.
, Speaker ol tbe House.
, "Adopted by the Senate Feb. 17, 1S93
(Signed Jlarch 28, 1893.)
C. VV. Fi LTOX,
- President of the Senate.
"Adopted by the House Feb. 6. 1S95.
CUAS. B. UOOBES,
Speaker of the House.
"Concurred in by tbe Senate Feb. 13,
President of tbe Senate.
HOUSE JOINT "RESOLUTION NO. 2.
Proposing an amendment to tbe Con
stitution of the State of Oregsn by re
pealing Section 35 of Article 1.
"Eesoived by the House, tbe Senate
concurring: Tbat Section 35, of Article
1 of the Constitution be and hereby is
"Adopted by the Uoose Jan. 11, 1S93.
W. P. Keadv,
Speaker of tbe House.
''Concurred in by tbe Senate Jan. 3d
C. V. FrLrox,
President of the Senate.
"Adopted by the Uouje Jan. 30, 1S95.
Ciias. B. Moore.
Speaker of the House.
""Concurred in by tin Senate Feb. 12,
President of tie Senate."
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 7,
Be it resolved by the Senate, the
House concurring: Ibat the following
amendment to tbe Constitution of the
State of Oregon be aod is bereby pro
"Tbe elective franchise in this State
shall not hereafter be prohibited to any
citizen on account of sex.
"Adopted by th Senate Feb. 6, 1895.
President of the Senate.
."Adopted by tbe House Feb. 0, 895.
Ciias. B. Mouses,
Speaker of the House.
"Adopted by the Senate Jan. 31, 1SW.
; T.C Taylob,
. President of the Senate.
"Adopted. by the House Jan. 31, 18 99
E. V. Cautkh,
Speaker cf the Houpe."
UNITED. STATES OF AMERICA
STATE OF OREGON, Office of Secre
ta of State. I, F. I. DUXBAK, Sec
retary of State ot the State of Oregon,
and Custodian of tbe Seal of said State,
do hereby certity hat I have compared,
tbe proceeding copy of Senate Joint
Resolution No. 4, of the Legislative
Assembly of 1893, "Municipal Indebt
edness Amendment;" Senate Joint
Resolution No. 13 of tbe Legislative
Assembly of 1893. "Judicial Amend
ment ;" HouFe Joint Resolution No. Iu
of the Legislative Assembly of I89J.
"Irrigation Amendment ;" Houc Joint
Resolution No. 2 of the Leufrla'ive As
sembly of 1893, "Repealing Amend
ment;" and Heuate Joint KeFoUitioti
No. 7 of the Legislative Assembly of
1895, "Equal SulJVace Amendment,"
with origioal copies now on file in this
office aod that tbe same is a correc'.
transcript therefrom snd the whole
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I hav
hereunto set my Hand
t and sttixert hereto the
Seal of the State oi
Doue at the Capitol, at Salem, Oregon,
this Third day of November, A. D., 1899.
fWretary cf State.
POULTRY ON THE FARM.
Is of Very Great Advantage to The
Tl.e av.-K burner iit better lixeil lor
tHjultry r.iiMug am' cu doilatmuch
B4 exteuti itian auy f4ucier iu the
aud. There i a great deal of waste on
tbe farm in tbe way of grain that can be
utiluid by keeping fowls. Besides,
there is a wealth of bugs, insects, worms
ud gieeu feed a good portion cf the
year which cotW notnliig. vvitb the
wat-te urnin, aod tbe.feed wbich nature
furulel.es, fowls van be k-pi on the farm
.ii Northern tlaiee at least six months of
the jer si nocoH stall. Aod aa the
farmer ratces hie grain, the cost of grain
for the fowls . during the seaiHin he is
compelled to feed is relatively small.
Oicouioe puuhiy. house are ieeded
luring the winter season ; end in sum
mer they are needed for he.ua to lay in,
and when hens ate Uiuht to lay in the
poultry boiir-c they will not lav aooi
the baru and in tbe fence curneis. If
the farmer has timber land he tan feud
logs to to the saw mill to be made into
lumber lor liU poultry huuses, and bufld
tbeui bimsolf. Or be van make log
poultry tio'ieee; aud our eipatteuce is
that there is nothing belter in the way
of a poultry house than a tight-rc-ofed,
chinked and daubtd log bouse for fowls.
True, the log bouse is uot o'tiamental.
U has no Irille, no fresco wuik.tio gin
tier bread thingamaiigs about it. It does
not have a reading room or a billiard
room uMacbiueul, with a luxuriously
furnished "boodwar'' attachment for tbe
manager. Bnt for cheapness, goodness,
durability, safety from "vai mints," and
protection from cold, it is par excellence
the best of all houses for the farmer to
Tue farmer ahould have several good
poultry bouses, because if be expects to
make a good profit out of poultry, he
oiutt, keep a large number, end boooe
tiieui so they will lay in winter. Profit
is decided by numbers, treatment and
roosting. During summer the fowls may
root ont of dors, but comfortable
buuses are needed to get eggs in the
Having advantage over all other?, the
farmer should select one breed, aod keep
it s rictly pure, never allow iog a mon
gr.-l nn the place. Then by judicious ad
vertising be wi.l be able to sell a nuin
ber of sittings of eg;s at a gocd price,
and perhaps some fowls, if he has good
ones. And be ran market all surplus
egjs at market, prices. Ia pure breeds
ths faimrrcaa vitirouly coiupe'e with
the fancier and e;ll fowl i and eggs at a
much lower rate than the fancier, who
is usually at much expeore in maintain
ing bis stot k and bis business.
bat we want to America is mere
eggs, niaiket poultry, or bolb. standard
ore t fow ls, are tbe uuost profitable. Bat
the farmer should keep but one variety
and strive to keep them up to Maudard
What we want in America is more
eggs, and the farmers are tbe ones to
supply the demaod. They can produce
eggs at lees cost than anybody eiee,
while tbey can sell eggs for as much as
acybodo eseintbe market. And they
can aflotd to sell for batching at less
than tbe fancier can produce tbem. I!
tbe farmers will lake bold of the egg
bosinees as they should, and do away
wiib tbe necessity of importing foreign
eggs to fill tbe borne demand, i: will be
millions of dollars in their pockets in the
aggregate. The egg trade can never be
overdone. It is a growing trade. Mxe
and more eggs are needed each yeir to
fill tbe demands made by calico prio.
works, the leather tauneries, an J maoy
of the arte, ecienre', and industries, to
say nothing of the vast number of eggs
needed for culiuary purposes aa food.
To the farmer, then, we look to meet
this growing demand. It i a fact tbat
poultry ;paj a much larger profit titan
anything on the farm, comparatively.
Why, then, should not farmers keep
more fowls, and farm the business there
is the most profit in? Ohio 'Poultry
Work For Profit, Don't Be a Chump.
There is no oae of keeping poultry at
all if it is not kept for profit., and it is a
poor policy to keep any sort of live stock
onlees an effort is mads to make it as
profitable as possible.
Too many flocks of farm poultry are
kept as if tbey were necessary nuisances
tbat must be allowed to stay on tbe
farm, not because there is any particular
profit in keeping tbem, but becauw it
has the sanction of custom. '
Very few flocks of poultry .are kept
with the care tbat is given tbe bogs,
cattle or horses. The beus are allowed
t j roost wherever they please. If tbey
do not go into the poultry bouse, where
there is one, tbey are allowed to ose the
stables or ot jerjout buildings, or tbe trees
in the orchard for sleeping quarters, aud
pick op what feed tbey get from tbe bog
yard, helped out with an occasional
gratuity of corn thrown into the mud
for them to pick at.
A 11 xk of bens kept in ' this manner
wilt not lay euougu in a year to pay for
what they eat. It U better not to keep
hei s at all than to aliow them to live by
Statistics prove tbat the bens oft be
United Slates produced eggs last year
worth at market prices $105,000,000,
while the swine of tbe country were
worth only a million and a quarter more.
It we count the poultry sold, together
with the egg, we have the great sum of
$290,000,000, and at the same time we
imported eggs while exportiug thousands
of tons of pork. In other words, we
could use a great mady more eggs in this
country than we produce, and while this
stale of affairs 'continues, egg w ill be
produced atar-Vit if csre is taken to
eep the hi y tbeir best.
This matter . attention, aud it is
tune the prep, ins for wintci
Repair, rebuild tie poultry bouse, mak
ing it warm, put iu a supply of road dust
for baths .luring the winter; arrange to
have a supply oi vegetables of soms
kind to t e fed raw during the winter,
aud Ug'n t j feed wheat, oats, and other
egg-making feeds, ii.stead of corn alone.
Now is a good time t") fumigate the
hen house bv closing the house ' and
hording hulplmr within. I'ne coal oil
freely about the perches, nests and
crevices, and spread liino and ashes
aliout thfl lioiiK'n anJ in llio nnnln.
Poultry Point. j
Insect powder U a good remedy for
Dj uot give young chickens water be
Have the coops sheltered from tbe
Tbe ben will pay the farmer big it
properly cared for.
Plenty ol whitewash about the quart
ers is conducive to good health.
It bone is mixed with tbe toed it
should be ground as fine as corn meal.
Try commercial poultry keeping be
fore undertaking Lncy poultry keeping.
The crowding of young chickens iu tco
cloee quarters is productive ot much
Eatl; hatched pullets and youug bets
that havs moulted early are tbe host tor
Good facilities, good maoageoitnt snd
good markets ate more valaable than
tbe breed of fowls.
Etnbden goslings mature and feather
very .juickly, and it liberally led are
soon ready for the table..
Two ounces ot glycerine aud one of
carbolic acid applied on tbe leg is a gcod
remedy tor scaly It?.', .
Two-thirds lard and oie-third coal oil
la a good remedy for the large bead loute
on young poultry.
In feeding your poultry, f joJ may te
wasted by giving tco little of it as veil rs
by giving too much.
It your young thicks ore not doing well,
examine clo-selv and see if they are not
infected with vermin. v' .
One of the eacrets of sucesj in poultry
raising is loving tbe. work, toil is a
pleasure to lake care oj them.
Very fat fowl are 'poos' breeders, and
are liaula to lay sole shelled eggs. .VT
wjs avoid having your breeders fat.
in gathering up, the uncleau eggs
eaooitrbe . wssiieu : tbe shells are pores
aod the tilth may peuetrate and spoil
So far aa ia tHeib'e fatteners' tbonld
be separated from the; rest ot ibe flock
and be ted to as to make the uioit flesh
in tbe shortest time.
. Te get eggr, avoid ovr feedirg, but do
not starve. Greeu cot bone, scalded
brar, oats and buley are gmd feeds
Give plenty ot milk if jou have it.
AeuccesstuI breeder of puui'-ry sajs
that having poi table h oases and yards
and moving them ireqaently will pre
vent cholera fro u getting into your
flxks, provided care is given in jlher di
. Do "not feed docks or gee too ortch
Cjto or grain duriug asy seasjn of tbe
year, if it is poeeible t j provide them,
with vegetables, as tbey are fond oi the
latter, aod do much belter than it fed on
too mocb grain. '
A brooder is preferable to & ben. for
raising chickens, as tbey can return to
the brooder at wilt, and are not dragged
aroand aonecesaarhy when tired. Do
not crowd, and give tbem plenty of
freaU water at all time. ' '
When your spice is limited be all the
more careful about keeping Ibe quarters
clean, especially if the chickens cannot
get out much. Daring tne warm sum
mer months it would be better to clean
out well at least every other day.
Geese are more distinctively grazers
than any other kiod ot fowls and will
keep tbe grass eafea olf as cloe as
sheep. Besides ths value of
their flesh-tor food, the featuers are an
item of considerable profit, and should
pay keeping expenses.
Scientific analysis tells nt there ia as
much nutriment in a .new laid egg as in
a four ounce mutton chop. It ia unwise,
therefore, to neglect tbe fowls and feed
tbem nolhmg but tcreeniogi. The. birds
must more than simply live.
Tberaiterof scrub chickens sells bis
surplus stock at from two to three dol
lata per dozen, while the breeder of
thoroughbred fowls sells at from twelve
to sixty dollars per dozen, and often
with little trouble makes tbe sale;.
Wbich do you think tbe most profitable"?
It is especially true of the poultry
yard that whatever is worth doing is
worth doing well. An intimate every
day snd cvery-hoor acquaintance with
the fowls is what leads to the profits.
Do not become disgusted with their ap
pearacce tf moulting time, nut give
them sll tbe more care.
A Massachusetts farmer is reported to
be making $4,000 a year out of bis poul
try because he has caught onto the
knack of doing things in the right way
The farm is tbe right place for chickens,
and the man cr woman with tbe. right
qualifications can make money if they
make the effort.
A beginner in the poultry busioess
should start with a few fowls, acd grad
ually snlarge as bs learns tbe requ're'
meats of the business. It one begins
with s large number, be is liable to bring
roup, lice, cholera aod other undesirable
things into bis yards, which will bring
There is s sad lack of proSt as a geo
eral thing, in handling chickens just be
cause there is a sorry Isck ot manage
ment somewhere, me etseotisis sre
the many lit tie things which no one csn
te i another, and these have more to do
i a it thao general rules. .The practical
uin is the cue wbo will learn tbeee little
Uiibgs tnat are so essential in poultry
raising. - '
To make good layers, hens must have
a regular and sufficient supply of egg
forming material. While they have free
range in summer they can generally
find this for themselves, but when snut
up in winter they cannot be expected to
do well unless tbeir feeding is well
Co not ba too easily discouraged if you
are a beginoer, for equally gxnl results
cannot be had with tbe poultry every
year. Some sea-ons do not eeni to be
wholly favorable, and, although the
business can be managed with just as
much skill ank caro as , formerly, the re
turns may not be eo satisfactory. '
There ate various opinions about tbe
amount of feed necessary for egg produc
tion. One writer says that a quart of
ground grain, moistened and in a crumb
ly condition, is eufBcieut fur a starter in
the n.orniog for forty bens; then they
should have ten quarts more whole
grain scattered in litter for them to work
tor during the forenoon. If fed sufficient
to fill their crops in the mornio:, they
do not get the required amount of exer
cise, and lay on fut too rapidly. '
ta tbe result ol rvpeMoct acuta attack). Ths
liver and aplccn ara principally affected.
They act aa storchoutes tor ths malarial
poUon tu i the blood Ukea It from them.
The polton must
ba driven out ot
VAN wiU destroy
tha action of the
poison and svenl
uallydrlvaontthe latt particle ot it
from tha aystem.
wilt rcatnre the
loat app e. It
will bulla up ths
H TJ D V AN will
make new blood
and new rk'Rti. The paint in tbe bone will
disappear. Ht'UVAN baa cured others and
tt vrill cure ou. We describe tho symptom!.
Study theta carefully. They are yours. Do
not delay longer, but take Ht'DTAN now
and you will be cured.
HERE ARE YOOR SYMPTOMS:
1. CONSTANT HEADACHE ASD
TROUBLED EBAIN. Take HUDYAN
and your bcad-h(t will dlapper.
8 2. PALS OB YELLOWISH COX
PLEXI03T. HUDYAN will establish a tree
circulation, of pura blool and cause tbe cheeks
to assume tbeir na ural color.
3. 1.033 OF APPETITE AND 0AW
tNCr IN THE STOMACH. HUDYAN
will m'.uro ill? appUM and the digestion of
food will become perfect.
4. FEELINa OF WEIGHT OVER THB
LITER. ThH i duo to the enlargement of
the liver. , It It Oiled with the poison of ma
laria. Ill'DYA will drive out the poison and
cauae tlieorg-in to avtume its natural aiie.
5. HEAVINESS IN THE REOION
OF THE SPLEStf. Tlie spleen becomee
rnatiy enlarged. HUDYAN will t:n the
congnticn and caune the heaviness to disap
pear. You are suffering from :hronle Malaria and
rou ran be co red. Ill OVA willreliCTe tour
everv symptom and make you well. Ht'U
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Jays to Denver
days to Chicago
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C. O. Terry, W. E Coman,
Tr rata. Act. Ca Afi.
121 Third SI. Fci si a Or.
Uoscburf , Oregon, Xov. S, W.
To Lou. It may concern:
Ptoucc is berroy siren thai the Oregon A Cali
fornia Bailroad Company ba fid In this oSic
a lUl of lands situated in the township de
scribed bciow, and baa applied for a j-at. nt U
said lands; tbat the lit! i upen to the public for
inspection and a copy thereof by descriptive
subdivisions, has been posted in a conventenl.
place in this obce for the Inspection of all per
sons lntetoted and to tb.pnblta tnerallv:
iMath of twae hne mud Kmsi at
IpS , Kl.
8nh ol b line and West of Willamette Mer
Tp. . B 4.
Part of N1, ecc. S: lart of W")j Sec. 2L
Tp -K., R 4 .
Within tbe uext sixty days follow iua the dats
of this notice, protesu or contests SKaiuot the
claim of the Company toaay tract or aubdivia
Ion wlthla an lection or part of section, do
scribed in tne Lint, on the trouud that tbe sain
is more valuable for mineral than for aaricult
ural purpotica, will bo rei-elved and noted lor re
port to the tnucral Land Vthcm ml Washington
J. T. BRIDGES,
J. tt. BOOTH,
We Have the Best and
Cheapest PIANOS and ORGANS,
4 . ' -.y
The favorite of the Army andNavy. A few of the ships equipped with the Blickens
derfer Typewriter during the Spanish-American War
No. 5t $35.
All goods f unguaranteed
Guitars, Banjos, Mandolins, Violins, Accordions, Autoliarps. In fact almost anything in
the musical line can be had at the IM K, RICHARDSON STORE.
Sec our stock POGKET KNIVES, AIR GUNS,
VELOCIPEDES, STEAM-ENGINES, HOT AIR
' TOYS, EASTMAN KODAKS, WINCHESTER
RIFLES, STEVENS FAVORITE BOYS RIFLES.
Our stock is chijck full
mental. Call and see
Cass Street Market
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Fresh and Cured Meats
Fish and Game in Season,
Hay, Grain and Flour.
- DOZIER & i)lARTIN,
"Phone Main 181. . PfOpS.
Any JobWork doneat
f Reasonable Rates.
Triumph Prune Grader
Foj Green and dried Prunes.
Compact, Practical,; Accurate.
Send for circulars aud testimonials' to
We have a Complete
- stock of TEXT BOOKS
and the Finest Stock of
r SCHOOL TABLETS
ever brought tojthis city.
Our Prices are Right. ...
A. CUSTEBS '& CO.
t'SoccssMt to O. W. KOAH4 .
rROTTlNa AND RUNNINQ PLATES A SPECIALTY,'
RXFAlRIXa OF ALL EISOS PROJIFTLT DOSK. '
Msep o corster Waablaxlon aand aXane Stau, Baicba.a
CHICKERINGS, -WEBER, KIM
Besides these we have other good
Piauos but cheaper in price but not
in quality. - - - - .
a. Wi.Wlli.MWWiu a. .
and sold on the installment
of- the. useful as well as orna
Manufacturer, Salem, Oregon.
afm-a. At Alarsters.
Was: - " 1-" u
fer is rapidly dis
placing the more
higher priced ma
chines, as it does
the same work
equally as well (if
not better). 40,000
now in use.
plan. Band Instruments,
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Southbound fast throogh I.jt, Ko
222, arrircs 7:00s. m .; Jepiuls Jla
North boood mixed Irafn Kcfc 222 arrivm
at 2 -65 p. m., Sundays , Wednsadajs and
Fridays, dsrparta S;00 a. db., Wondayi
Tbarslays and fatordajs.
SoutbDonnd saixed taia Ko. TlH ar
rives at 3. -00 p.m., os) Soadaya, Woo.
day aod- Fridajs, departs 7:15 a. bb.
MoDdays. Tbnrsdsys and gaiordays.
Xstb-odut Chccb corner of Kala and lass
streets, goadar Berricc: rraaeMnx. n a. aa
and 1:00 p. sl; tabbsrta seboei. It a. aa.; L. ,
A. Walker, Baperlataadeat; Class Xsadag at
cloaa ol tas aaonrinf ssrriM; Xpvrorta laasiM
7:fp. m. T. 8. Godfrey, rrssUeat. Prartr -
Meeting, Wednesday, at 7:30 a. at.
C. B. Aaxou, Pastor,
Panooage, eorasr Maio sad lane.
CatTBs Barraaaa Cacaca Fowler stmt.
Sunday eerrlc. at U a. aa. and 7 JO p. aa. Pray
r aaeetint;. Tnuraday evenlnj.
Mra. Leer at Ccrur, faster.
Bt.Obukb s CavBcav-Coraer Cass and
Xaia streets. Berviees sa seeoad and loarta
Baadar moraine of each saoatn and every 8oa
evening. Special servleea annococed ntaa
me to time. Kar. ioaa Caarsmr,
M. K. Cavaca. 8ovTC-8eiTlceavery Suaday
.-oimlag and ereolng.
as? J T Corroa, Psatoi
Barost CacacM corner ot Laos ud Bose
ueeta. Sunday serrioe: rraacalng at 11 a. as.
snd 7:30 p. aa. aabbata v Viet at M a. wl, O. P.
Coabov, aaperfBteBdea'., fraycr aaeSaf tt
7:30 Wednesday evening.
K. A. DoccLaa, Paatoc
Piarr CaaisriAji Caiata-Coracr el Pin
and Woodward streets, saaday sarrtees
Preaching both anoraing and ercnlng. Sady
school at 10 a. at. T. P. 8. C. I. at JO p. aa
Prayer saeeUngcach Wednesday eTsolngat
7 JO. A cordial welcome and greeting- asraita
Flirt PuoTTaaiaJi CBuaca-Caraet'of Case
aod Base streets, fttnday seryice: Fabtie
worship. 11 a. ku. aal p. aa.; Babbata
acaool. 10 a. n. Y. F. S. C E. at 7 p. B.
Prayer nteeting, WedL-calar erenlng 1:3
at- J. A. Tows sua.
Taa W. C T. C. will bold IU regular aaeeUnga
on tbe secona ami fonrtb Xoaday of every
Bontb gt 'JO p. b. in tbe Xpwortb League)
roost ol the X. K. Church.
8alt Lake. Detrvr,
Walla Wall Lewiatoa, I 8vcaae
Spokane, Itiaaeapulis. J Flyer
St. Fast, aaalDlb. Xil-
t P- aa. i Ocxas 8rK&asair
All Sailing date robiecJ
, sa b, a. s, u, is, 2,;
; ai, ana every oaye..
To Astoria and Way
( a m.
preexm City, Sewberg.
tMieca a way-Land a
7 a. m
Wiuaaarrc Axa Taa- sr
sax Otvau i VS ' m
- Oregon City. Daylon
S a 'm. - WrLuvETVs tim '4 -m n m
and Sat.. Portland to Corrallis and and Fit
j and Way-Landings i . ,
1SI a. aa.
Biparia to Lawistoa
iju a. aa. ,
J. F. Qivans,
Agenf. Boseborg, Or.
W. H. Karlbort,
Pigests what yoa eat.
Itartlflcially dleests the food aod aids
Nature in strengthening and recon
structing the xhust digestiY or
aat and tonic No other preparauon
can approach it in efficiency. It la
rtantij relieves and permanently cores
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Hearthura,
Flatulence, Sonr Stomach, Kauset,
Sic: Headache, Gasti algl a, Cramps, aod
il other results ot imperfect dieeatlcs.
prepares) bp e. c oewitt a Csw Cocaaa
Notice of Appointment o Exu
Notice 14 hereby ctven tbat the tindcrsU'
W. .M. 1.. ..I V ...... V
daly appointed aa executrix of the last will
testaaueoit of Ueotve T. Busartl, deoeased. J
iersina having claims anion said etate -icrebv
reuuired to araaenl tha tamo ntnt
verified, to said exeeutiix. at tklatod. Dou
county, Orvgoa, within six mouths from ,
data hereof. ., i
Dated this 16 day ol November, 1899. I
FRANCIS L. BP55SELL
Notice for Publicatic.
Csrrro Mills Land Ovrv ,
. RueeDurs. Orecon. Dert"
Notice ia hereby el van tharx iC1ds
named settler baa Sled notice o' "Y ention
to make tinal proof in support cZ. -t3. and
tbat said proof will be made before t Reatur
and Receiver U. S. Land ODice !t Boeeborg, '
Oregon, on February 10, l'X viz:
On hi H. . No. Kojfor theots U. 14, U aud 16
ec It, To. 30 3, R. W. Ho naasee tbe follow
ing witnesses to prove his eontinuoua reaidenca
upon and eulUvatiou of said land, viz:
Kern Fate, and John Perdue, of Dmva Creek,
Ororon, aud Robert Stewart and J. B. Fullertoa -s.
of Canyon vllle, Oregon. . .
J. T. BRIDGES,
'. . . RegUter..
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baa- I Mail
i a i- rusm.