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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND. SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 30, 1804.
HAS NO TERRORS
IN tha want column of today's Jouraal toy sa
sdvertleemsnt eontslutng all-lettere le ths
slphabet: yos can get your sdvertlument
' putillehea free In next Sunday's Jouraal want
: columns It you And It out hud to do, and
tt will pay yoa -well; try It. .
CAT TWO YEARS IN
A 3-INCH PRISON
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(Jooriul Bpactal. Sarrlc.)
Nw York, July 10. After nearly two
year of entombment, a striped cat,
which wore no blue ribbon, but which
ought to have a, medal (or determination
to 11 v was uiidu uui iruin j L priaun
between two walls tittle more than three
Inches apart, still alive, but pressed Into
some requirea. ' . v
The prison which It occupied so Ions
is between the two buildings ICS and
'IRS VAMt Fourth atreet. The cravtne hat-
tween the two buildings Is closed front
and back, and oven closed partly on the
top by a tin roofing which once covered
up the -ohaam, but - which - was . partly
torn away when the cat. then a kitten,
went down, and still remains partly
open at the top. The depth of the chasm
Is the height of the four story buildings
between which the cat was caught. The
efforts which the kitten made again and
again during the early days of its im
prisonment to climb up" these slippery
walls, only to fall back, were watched
with sympathy by the neighbors, and
they became divided Into two factions
those who thought that the kitten
ought to be killed and relieved of Its
misery and those who held that while
there was life there was hope. , It goes
without saying that this faction fed the
cat.- - ' - v
The cat liberated has proved as Inter,
sting as was the' cat imprisoned. . The
love of prison life is still with It. Hardly
lad It been relieved from the choking It
got by being pulled out of Its prison
when It made a dash to get back Into
the chasms- Thenr when it -was carried
to the flat Immediately below the roof
and placed on the floor, It Immediately
started its lock-step promenade, forward
and back, which It has kept up ever
since. . i
It Is not quite clear whether the cat,
which Jhe neighbors long ago christened
"Holey," because of the hole it was in,
owes . its two-year imprisonment - to
soma ' mischievous boy or to Us own
clumsiness as a kitten, for . nobody
knows precisely how it got down to the
bottom of the chasm. When -the cat
.went down, on September 1, 102, there
! SOCIETY FOUND
Among the questions that circuit
court judges are required to ask appli
cants for cltlsens' papers, dating from
a short time after the assassination of
President ' McKinley, Is: "Are you a
member of any anarchist organisation?"
. Proud In the consciousness that there
were no Impediments to his being made
an American -clttsen, Henry pustavus
Wernecke, with erect figure and digni
fied mien, stalked Into Judge Oeorge's
chambers yesterday.- Henry la a native
of Germany and came to this country In
181. He answered all the questions
satisfactorily until Judge - Oeorge Inquired:-
- - . .
"Are you a member of any anarchist
rganisatlonr ... ..-,...-.
oxuraa nr mu ivxuv.
(Joernal Special Brrvice.)
Washington. D. C, July 10. A change
In the bureau of steam engineering In
the navy department will result from
the retirement tomorrow of Captain J.
JL Perry. He will be succeeded - by
Captain Ubert F. Dixon, who Is now on
duty st the Mars Island navy yard
Captain Perry Is at present serldusly 111
with malarial fever at his home In this
city. - . . '
- Artificial Bye nttea.
; lrK stock at D. Chamber! tt fth.
lived on the top floor back of the build
ing, at 163. John Poppelauer. with his
wife and family. A new little Poppel-auer-
arrived on that day, and the
fathert' solicitous about the safety of his
baby boy, decided to isolate the kitten
upon the roof. Only the kitten knows
what happened there. -
- Once down In the hole, the kitten was
not long - In -making its predicament
known. What It 'lacked In lung power
tt made .up In endurance and It howled
by night as well as by day. . For day
and nights after that the roof was filled
with men and women who tried to pull
up- the kitten In -one way or another,
but - all to no - avail. Poles - were put
down to the bottom of the crevice In
the hope that the kitten would try to
crawl up oh them, and pieces of meat
fastened on strings were lowered in the
hope of catching the cat like a fish.
Despite the arguments of those who be
lieved that the kitten should be allowed
to starve, others threw food down to It.
Meanwhile the kitten grew, and as
Its grew its voice developed. The cat's
predicament finally got to the notice of
the Boclety for the prevention of Cru
elty to Animals. The agent who came
to Investigate was for killing the eat.
The women almost mobbed him for his
cruel point of view. He suggested shoot
ing It, but the cat s friends argued that
he might thus Jeopardise the safety of
the occupants of the two houses. He
tried the poisoned liver scheme, but the
cat, though excluded from contact with
its fellow felines, had its instinctive wis
dom. The agent finally gave up. Many
wondered - how - tb cat lived without
drink. There Is a secret about that that
not everybody knew, for when -all was
dark and still upon ths roof one of the
women of the house nightly lowered a
can full of water to the prisoner.
The cat's predicament came to the no
tice of a former cowboy who had learned
in the west the use of the lariat At
o'clock yesterday morning he went upon
the roof of No. Ml and in less than
half an hour had caught the cat by the
neck. It got a strangling, but also lib
erty, if the door to the roof can be kept
shut . . .- i . . ,..''.
. "Tes,7 was his decisive answer.
Judge George stopped In astonish
ment, thinking he must have been, de
ceived by his awn ears or that the man
had not understood the. question.
"Did I understand you to . say that
you are a member of some anarchist or
ganisation T" he queried. He .leaned
sllghtl forward so as not to mistake
the answer. r t . '
"Oh," yes," was the reply, "I belong."
The court leaned beck In astonishment
and drew a deep, breath. . ,
- "What anarchist society do you be
long tor he sternly demanded. ,
''The Maccabees,' said Wernecke. '
t , m rtrxuTa bibtxsat.
(Joernal gpadal Berrlca.) ,
Washington. D. C July 10. Some one
about the capltol today recalled the fact
that this wss the fiftieth birthday of
Congressman John Sharp Williams, the
minority leader In ths house and tempo
rary chairman of the recent Democratic
national convention. The word was
passed along the line and the result was
that several messages of congratulation
were aiapatehed to Mr, Williams from
Democrat lo leaders who for one reason
or snother have "been kept In Washing
ton during ths dog days, -, - - .
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After a period of one. year on the
Island of TJnlnak. ons of the Aleutian
group, daring which she saw neither
woman nor child, Mrs. 8. F. Bhepard 1
In this city visiting friends and rela
tives. Bhe is' the guest of Mrs. tf. M. C.
Miller of Woodstock, and Mrs. , Klla
Jonos, Goodnougn building, Fifth and
Mrs. ghepsrd Is the wife of the light
house tender of Scotch Cap Light sta
tion. Alaska. Besides her husband there
have been two other keepers at tire sta
tion. They, with' Mrs. Bhepard. are the
only occupants of the Island. Recently,
however, the government ' has estab
lished a light station at the other end
of the' island and two keepers will be
stationed there. So. when she returns
the population of the Island -will have
increased, to a total. of Ave.
v Thirty miles from the station towards
the center of the Island la the volcano
Shlshaldln which 'belches forth a perpet
ual stream of lava and smoke. For
years. In. fact since Its discovery, the
huge crater has been In constant erup
tion. Little damage has been suffered
by the island from the overfldw.
: "But I never get lonesome." .Mrs.
Bhepard said. . "There are only four
persons on the Island Including myself
and there is not another woman nor child
for miles. I have always enjoyed my
self there and always And something
to do. " .'
"The Island la overrun with foxes,
which come around the station and even
Inside the house. They are so plentiful
and have seen so little of human beings
that they don't know what fear la. Then
It's Interesting to watch the -seals and
whales "at play In the ocean a short
dlstanrte from the shore. Both- abound
In large numbers In those waters. , -
"I frequently go hunting and have
seen my husband kill many caribous.
They are as large as Jersey cows fre
quently and It's excellent sport to hunt
them. The trouble is In getting the atr
lmal to the station after killing it
There are so few Inhabitants on the
Island and some of them must 1e on
duty all time that when a large cari
bou Is killed we have hard work getting
It to the station.
"There are any number of beautiful
flowers on the island. Throughout the
summer and - Indeed during the winter
there are varieties of blossoms and
shrubs that are as pretty as any that
can be found In the United Statea.
."The weather, there Is very much like
that of Oregon .except that we don't
have anything like the amount of rain
that you have. The climate Is 'nearly
the aame.' In summer It never gets
disagreeably hot -while I have never
known the thermometer to go lower
than 11 degress above sero In winter.
We see many icebergs floating by and it
is a beautiful sight.
"Heretofore we have received mall
once In every eight months. It bns
been arranged, however, that we will
receive our 'mails every month from this
time on, so that we will be In fairly
good communication, with other parts of
Mrs. Bhepard left today for southern
Oregon, where she will-visit friends a
month before returning to this city pre
paratory to returning to Alaska.
AT WHITE TEMPLE
' Dr. Brougher believes' in running1 "his
church as vigorously In tha summer as
in ths winter. He has planned a double
series of short .sermons for the summer
season, and will make the services brief
and bright. Tha doctor says the temple
will be cool and comfortable, and thre
will be no reason why people should not
go to church. He will be In his own
pulpit . every Sunday and speak on the
following topics: .
Morning Series Bible Beliefs: July
II. "God; Is He Known or Unknown?";
August 7, "Man; Is He the Son of a Gor
illa T" August 14. "Jesus Christ; What
Manner of Man Is' Her . August XI.
"Ths Church; Is It a Social Club or
Notr August 18. "The Second Coming:
Whan and How Will Jesus Come Again t"
Night Series "Innocents Abroad,' or
Lessons from My Trip to Europe: July
II.. "Crossing -the . Ocean, or the Mys
teries of the Deep." August 7, "Lon
don, or Life In a Great City." August
1, -"Paris, or-Life in a Gay City."
August II. "Edinburgh, or Life In a Plo
turesque City." August IS, "White
Chapel, or Life In thw Abyss."
1 m 1
giafeiied snook Oaaned (roods, -AQea
A Lewis' Best Brand.
XT. ftOOO boad orzB.
Contrary to the Impression which pre
vails generally, the road to Mt. Hood
over the Cascads range of mountains to
Government camp has been opened. It
was opened July i, snd Is said to be In
good condition along Its entire length.
with the coffee you
re drinking . If not,'
it it your own fault.
You f3 buy
grocers sell it.
I and 3 lb. aromtMight tint. ;
J- A. FOLCtR XX CO.
aa rraMasee .
a flat CeftVe
;-' total popular voto
ff Cooover Uprights, 10 Kingsbury
Uprights, mad and guaranteed by
Tha Cable Co.,' Chicago. '
' 20 Apollo' Piano Playera, made:
and guaranteed by The Mellvllle
Clark Piano Co., Chicago.
70 AI.VI.ta Cameras,
mad ass gaaraateed
by Multtscepe aad
tO Chicago Cot
made and guar,
Film Co., Barling,
tea. Wis. .
9 New Royal Sewlaf
Macbiaea, aiade end
gaarssteed by UN.
The Cable Co.
aols Sewing Machine
For the nearest Correct Batlsaate
On Wlntea touring ear. lwot modl. Tl
autorooblU. with lu twraty borae-poww
motor, la ooowdl to be tha moat perf.ct for
rnral um manufacturad; vaiua, 12, W
1 Soeoad Neareat Correct Eetl.
mate One Maaon Hamlin srand plaae,
spwlal abonlawl out: valua, ILt"0,
for Third Neareat Jailmate
Ooa Coeovar sraad plaao, apaclal mahoaaay
eaj; valua. ifoSo.
Kor Two Meat Neareat Estimates
Two CoBovar cabinet granS nprtjrht planoas
epaclal mahofany oaaa; valua. ISOOaaoh.
. ITor Two A ex t Neareat K.tlaaatoa
Two Coaortr caMnat grsne uprlsht plaaoel
nanoaany oasa; vaiua aarn.
r n .xi
One Conovar ealitiwt araiwl unH.ht ni.n.f
apaclal flnlahad mahoranT man: vaTua. f50o.
For Two Next Neareat Batlaaatoa
Two Apollo eonoart grand piano playam
twciw manneanr caeaa vaiua iota aacn.
Heat Neareat Katia
One Cenovar oah4nat grand nprtaiit
SPMial maJhAramr caaa; value. 1 4(10,
For Two Noa
aiataa-rwo Apollo eonoart grand piano play
era: apaclal mahofanr caau: valua. t4noaach.
r.r aaai neareei a.eiiaaai
Ona Klnaaburr aorlaht Man.: omcI.1 rtak
Walnut doubla vartearad caaa; value. $400.
For Two Next Nearest Estimates
Two Apollo erahaetrai grand piano players!
special nahoemny oaae; value, lno aach.
For Neat Neareat Estimator
Ona Klngabury ueiisht plane; rioa tnabdsany
Vonaarad caaa; valu. $3T5.
For Next Nearest Bstlmato
One Klnsaburr piano 7 soadal naaogaay
caaa: valua. I3S0. .
For Two Next N.ar.at Bstt.
mates Two Apollo orehaatral grand plaao
playara: mahogany oaae; veJueLl4cO aach.
For Next Nearest Estimator
Ona Klnrabury planoi apootal fualabad walnut
easa; vaiua, $mt,
For' Two Next Neareat Estl
Biatas Two Klnsabury aprisht plaaos; call
caaa; valua. $S00 each. .
For Two Next Neareat Bstt.
matao Two Apollo maetar piano players,
with epaclal designed naaogany ease; value,
f 27A aach
For Fear Next Nearest Bett.
mates Fwir A polio maetar piano players la
mahorsny nntanen oaaa; vajua, Taueacn.
For Six Next Noareet Ea
matae lx Apolloatta plane players:
anr flnlahad: valu. 7B aann.
For Two Next Neareat Eat t ma tea
Two Chicago cottage ersana, beautifully
enlihed. black waJnut aaaa: value. ILCO aach.
For Two Next Noareet Eetl.
mateaTwp Chieae-o aotaase crsans; walnut!
value. 112 each.
for Fair - Next Noareet Bart,
mat Four Chlcea-ocottae-aorsana; wmlnati
valua, 115 aach.
For roar Next Nearest Esrl.
matae Four Chicago cottage organs; eak
For Foar Nest - Neareat Estl
matee Four Chicago cottage organs; walnut;
vaiua. tutfucti. -
For Two Next Neareat Eetl.
matae Two extra heavy solid gold nven's
watrhaa; svntafl Jwela; value, I'aJrh.
For Two Next Nearest Eetl.
matae T.a extra heavy eolld sold ladle
Watches: sat with dlamotad; attaao Jawals;
Valua. To aacn. .
- For Next Neareat Correct
For aeareet aorroot oetlmato ro
served heforo Aaaraat 1. ... C.a
ever Cablaet Oraad aprlght plaao,
valae f SOO.
a,Far aearost correct oetlmato re
ceived oa or after iag. 1 aad ce
tera . IS, eae Coaovor Cablaet
Oraad larlght Flaao, val. 8-
' - ' TOTN IN OTHEN TNARsV,
The TOTAL rOFTJUall TOTS for FreslSsat
M the yaer - ;:-- . -
M4 was.. ' m '
IMrtd was.. 9.714. V..lncreaaa of tt M percent
K7 was.. 9 4e.lKo.. Increase of 11 M percent
879 wee.. 9.41 2.7it9.. Increaas sf 90 10 per cent
1ho was.. .,4il..lnorease of 9 47 peroent
. A V. , tt.. M
1M4 was.. 10. 044 .. Increase of 07 par cant
1 km -. .11 jt.Ml Roo. . in nr-. .. off u so ear narl
EWU. . 1. a ..ii,.-, "I t.wm v ill
.. 19 J3.1fJ.. Increase of 18 49 percent
was.. U.lC.o9.. Increase of Jt per sent
' CBNTOS FTOTJRX)
- The total popuhtlloa of tha TTnlted mates (not
Including TarrUnHea. tha District of Columbia,
Hawaii, the Philippines, and Alaska la. the
1fl was i a.rt 40
lt0 was...-....,....r.4 V! 1 1d 91 j
llev was 74 Om.444
lu8 was (setlmated) n 7s.2wo.444
im waa..llfl('u.So..lncrsaa of $ Be) per cent
Collection el Gifts to be awards, to
for Pr.sld.nt of ths Units d States at tho comlnf slsotlon to bo hold Novimbor 8, 193C
SOME OP THE LEADING PRIZES:
First Prlie Wlnton Touring
and gaaraateed ey The Wistea
COriDITIOIlS OF THIS GREAT CONTEST.
This eaateel le based the total Tate to be eaat tee (be etflee
f Prealdeat of tha l atitat States, aaa will elaaa at snldalsbt, No.
eaabee Ttb, 104. The official flaarre of. tho a-overaaaeat will o.
toraalao tho rea.lt, aa tho orlaee will bo awarded by a eoaaaalttoo
of 4lal.tere.ted Jadsrea. Ketlaaatore will rooelvo eovtlfleate for
task ostlaaato, aad th.ee will ..title tho holder, to a. eh prlaea as
they saay wla. Whea the ooafeet le dexld.d each eatlaaator will ro.
eolvo a prlated Met of tho saeosafal oatlaaators. ' -
HOW TO MAKE
It eoats yea aothlnar to beeatltled to partllpato. Tea say ealy
the rocalar prle of tha paper aad yoa a;et f roo a ehaaeo to wla on.
or aaoro of the 8,000 haaoeoaae aad valaahlo orlae. Yoa arc oatl.
tied to oao aae.e for e.rh twoaty-f Ivo eeats paid oa sahserlptloa ae
ooaat, provided reaalttaaeo aad aabserlptioa aro forwarded to.
g.th.r, hat ao ostlaaato will be allowed ea BLreaafttaaea of-leea
'"""""bTsTRIBUtlOn OF PRIZES.
These S.OOO prises, valned at f 40,000,. arc all tho flaeet of their
ktad to bo obtalaed la tho saarket, aad their ej.allty la sraaraateed
by tho wolfhaowa flraas froaa whlah they were aarehased. They
will bo diatrlhated to the wlaaers oa tho abeolato aaorlt of their eo
. tlsaat.s by tho Ceatral Preaa Assoelatloa of C'hteaaro. la mm of a
tio for tar ladlvldaal arise tt will bo awarded Jolatly. Partlel.
patioa la this eoate.t Is aot ooaflaed to oar reader., a. the ooateat
Is belaar advertised la a oamhor of other pahllealloae, tho sab.
serlhers to all of which hovo aa eaal opportoalty to share la tha
dtatrlbatloa of tho prises.
Uold Oold Pilled
Mea's sad Weai
mate Ona gwlas rapaatart stem wind, erven
teen Jeweled gentlemen' waaohi open facef
twenty year oaaa; atrlkae"bour and quarter;
For Two Next Nearest Batl.
mates Two Chicago cottage organs; walnut;
value. $75 each.
For Tea Next Nearest Eetl.
mates Tan New Royal parlor cabinet sawing
maohlnea: value, tTft each. ,
. For Tea Next Neareat Belli
mate Ten Columbia graphophonee: hlrhly
BnUhee mahogany cabinet; value, too each.
- For - Tea Next Noareet Eetl. '
amtee Tan New Royal aewlng machines.
matae Ten New Royal aewlna- machine!
aMjtornaucarop neai oaotnet : value, om eaon.
ror rivt aexi aearoet isati.
Biataa Two Chlcaao anttaM dmna: OaJnxitt
Vaiua. lev eaoh.
For Two Next Noareet Eatlv
matas rive Al-Veta cameras (or comblnav
Uan Aim and slaaa piatae;vmlu 40arh. -
Far Two Next Neareat Esti
mates Two extra heavy solid gold ladles'
watches; fifteen Jewel; value, 100 each.
Far Two Next Nearest Esti
mate Two extra heavy eolld gold men's
watches: fifteen jewel: value. A0 each.
For Twoaty Next Neareat Eetl.
matae Twenty Al-Vlata pa no ramie esmersa,
tor nve-lnch Alms: value. 150 each.
For Foar Next Nearest Eetl.
matae Four Edwin guitars; solid rosewood:
ebony Oiigerboerd; pearl Inlaid; value, SW
For Foar Next Nearest Betl.
mates Four Edwin gultara: solid rosewood;
mlald. ebony fingerboard hed : vaj , Its each.
For Six Neat Nearest Esti
mates alx Edwin mandolins; deep Italian
model; Inlaid; value, tat each.
Far Foar Next Neareat Esti
mate Four "Adler violins." Stradlvartuei
Ivory trlmmlnga; "Kh bow; vejue. ten u-h.
For Tea Next Noareet Eetl
mates Tea heavy quadruple al 1 vw plated tea
segueajite of Ajnarlaaa Bllvercotn parry;
Far roar Next Neareat ' Eetl
matae Foot BSdwla guitars; solid maltogany;
TFJorT,e'aCext Nearest Eetlmatee
Ten Columbia fraphophonae; elaborate
eahlneti thirty Inch horn; value. 140 each.
For Foar Next Nearest Esti
mates Four Bdwln rut taxi, concert at!
solid rosewood Inlaid; value. IBS aeh.
For Tea Next Nearest Esti
mate Ten Oraad Rapids ballbearing sec
tional booBxaaea; aoltd mahorany; Teadea
glaee, tourbook soctlons; value. 1.T5 each.
Far Tea Next Neareet Eetl.
mates Tea Kalamaaoo steel rangea, with
nlrh closet raaervotr. tor soft eoal. hard eoal.
ecka, or wood ; there is no batter etova made
(aaa ina uianuna. ana tna manufacturer
will refund the valuaX the stove It not aatls-
nry; value, aoa.
or Foar Next Neareet Esti
mates FVmr A marl modal "Orlenbarh" vie
: axaellent tens: with Dow; val.. f.m earn,
or Foar Next Neareet Eat!-
mates Four 8. S. Stewart benjna; "Vnl-'
veraai Favorita": 11 Inobj heavily laiaiat
value. tVt Kl each.
For Tea Next Neareet Estimates
Ten KaJamasoo base burner: handeomely
anlihrd and nlclreled; value. HI 8.1 eaoh.
For Six Next Nearest Estimates
Six Xdwla mandoline, Neapolitan modal;
ADDITIONAL SPECIAL PRIZES FOR EARLY ESTIMATES.
For acaroat correet octimata re
ceived oa or afsar Aasr. IS aad Be
fore Seat. 1, oao Klasrshary at- '
right faao, valae fdOO.
For aeareet correct oetlmato oa
or after Sept. 1 aad heforo Sept.
15, oae Klagshary ap right plaae.
In Portland and other cities where pa
per Is delivered by carrier:
Dally snd Sunday, 1 year ;$T.60
Dally snd Runday. 9 months ...... S.TS
Dally and Sunday, S months 1 10
Dally (not Including Sunday). 1 yr. 1.90
Pall (not Including Sun.), 9 mos... 1.7$
Dally (not Ificludlng Sun.), I moa. . 1.00
Dally and Sunday, 1 yeaf. ....... ..$T90
Dally and Sunday, months...,,,. $.7$
Dally and Sunday, S months. ...... 1.90
Dally (not Including Sun.),' I yr... 9 00
Dally (not Including Sun.), moa.. I.Tt
Dally (not Including Bun.), S mos.. , 1.40
Sunday only, 1 year 100
Sunday only, 9 months 1.09
Semi-Weekly, 1 year .!)
Weekly, 1 year 1.00
participants maklitf niarest cornet
Car, Model 1904,, manufactured
Motor Carriage Co.. C4evelas, Oale.
300 Pieces Heavy
- American Silver
Fountain Pens. . -
Col an Ma
Sttiea rib: pearl Inlaid; value. tl.M each.
For Ten Neat Nearest Esti
mates Tan Kalamaaoo steal ranees; T shelf
reservoir; eon w hard soal, ooka, or wood;
value, rw M each.
For Tea Next Nearest Estimates
-Tan Orand Raplda ballbeerinc. aectlonal
bookcaava; eolld mahofany. with leaded
glaaa; three book aactlona; value. $80 each.
For Tea Next Neareet Eatlmatea
Tan heavy quadruple plate Ave piece tea
est,; American IHlver company: val. gSO aach.
For Foar Next Neareat Esti
mates Four Wsgner eonoart aolotst violin;
ebon y trimmings; ons tone; with bow; valua,
For Tweatr Next Nearest Eatl
matea Twenty AJ-Vlata panoramic camera, ;
extra rapM rectilinear lane; value, A0 each.
For Foar Next Neareet Eetl.
males Four Kdwta guitars; solid rosewood:
inlaid; value. S0 arV Tw'
For Tweaty Next Noareet Bstt.
mates Twenty Columbia graphophooes;
elaborate cabinet! Iwenty-twe Inch aora;
For Foar Next Neareet Betl.
mates Four H. 8. Btewsrt ban)os: eleven
Inch; thirty Brackets; best Rogers head;
valua. Ito each.
For Torn Next Nearest Estimates
Tea Orand Raplda ballbearing sectional
bookcases; oak; leaded glass; tour sections;
vajua. 927.110 each. .
For Tea Next Nearest Bstlmatoa
Ten KaJamasoo steal ranges; T shelf and
raatrvotrivaJue, $27 B0 each .
For Three Next Nearest Betl.
mates Three gentlemen's watches: seven
Jawaleditwenty year caaa; value. 127 DO each.
For Tea Next Neareet Eatlmatea
Ten Orand Rapids ballbearing, aectlonal
bookcases: solid mahorany : value. 120 each.
For Foar Next Nearest Entl.
mates Fear soncert violins; A mat! modal;
powerful tone: with bow; valua. 125 each
For Foar Next Neareet Eetl
matee Four "merlins" banjos: eleven Inch:
twenty-tour brackets; heavy inlaid; value,
For hlTweaty-FlTe Next Neareat
Bet I mates-Twenty-gve Al-Vlsta panoramic
camera, value. 2S each.
ForTwo Next Neareet Eatlmatea
Two women's solid gold chatelaine watoaas:
eight Jeweled movement: value, 128 aach.
For Tea Next Neareet Eetlmates
Tea Kalamaeeo steel mnrea. for soft or
hard ooai. soke, or wood; vaiueMa B0 eaoh.
Vow Tea Next Neareet Eatlmatea
Tan Orand Rapids ballbeerinc aeotlonal
kookoaM: aolfd oak; valua i-V each.
. For Six Next Neareet Eetlmatee
Six Ffvlnxton women' watches: Jeweled
movement; ten year maea: value. 2S BOj eyh.
For Twoaty Next Neareet Eetl
mates Twenty Columbia rraphophohea; six
teen Inch born-value. fiS BO ch.
For Tea Next Nearoet Estimates
Ten Orand Raplda ballbearing sectional
hockcaaea -eolld oa: Value. $20 each.
For Foar Next Neareet Bett
mates Four Edwin mandolins; Italian mod
al: mahorany seek; ebony Oncer board;
value, $20 each.
For Foar Next Neareet Eatl.
matae Four BMwtn banjos; beautiful peart
Maid: twenty-two nickel brackets; value.
Ear ' Foar Next Neareat Bett.
mates Four Edwin mandolins; deep Italian
model; rosewood Anew boardi value, $19,7$
For acaroat correct estimate oa
or after Sept. IS aad heforo Oct. '
1, eae Klagehary aprlgrht plaa.,
Fer aeareet correct cetlmate ea
or after Oct. 1 aad heforo Oct. IS,
oae Kl.aabary aprlght plaao,
valae S3HO. .
, (Cut this oat and All In carefully.) '
fasdoeew (far, 9.
to apply 00 soNscriptlos so
ootmL Thb aiaoont at In pay.
met for the
(State whether DaTly. irnrWIay,
Weekly of Semi-Weekly.)
Journal for ..
sxtlmatis on tho
Mason and Hamlin Oraad. Conover
Qrand, made and guaranteed by
The Cable Co., Chicago.
50 Ranges and Stoves, made and
guaranteed by The Kalamazoo .
Stove Co., Kalamazoo, Mich.
SO Maslcal laatra.
60 drand Rapids
Ball. Bearing Sec
made and guaran.
by Vs. Teek
Bra, Cen Chicago.
ieo Otm Safety
teed by Imperial
. . Mich.
by Otm Catlery
Co., New York.
For Foar Next Nearest Esti
mate Four excellent Imitations of a rear
old violin after Hlaramyn A mat I; value. $lS
Fer Two Next Neareet Eetlmatee
eTwo women's watrhee: ten year esses;
eight Jeweled; value. $1$ each.
Far Tkree . Next Nearest Eetl
matee Three women' 1004. ten year cold
Ailed ewe: seven tewelad: value, tlteach
For Flvo Nest Neareat ' Esti
mate Five women's fancy ohMelaine
watches; sight Jewel Swiss movement; value.
"fotFIto -Next Nearoet Eetl.,
mates Five Svlngtos -men's watohes; twenty-one
Jeweled : ten year case: value, Jl each.
For Tweaty Next Neareet Estimates-Twenty
Columbia graphophptiea, oak
cabinet; alxteen Inch horn; value, llsejch
. For Flvo Next Noareet Eetl
matee Five women's ten year case watohes;
eight Jeweled: value. 914 tech. ,
srer roar nni -
mates Four Kdwln banloe;
slonal": eleven Inch rim;
value. $12 no eaca, ,
. For Foar Next Neareat Betl.
mats Four men's watohea; new modal;
kaaerxln open face eaaea; vaiua, 910 aach.
Far Tweatr Next Nearest Esti
matesTwenty Columbia eravnopnonae; oak
Far 'Twoaty Next Neareet Estl-
mates Twenty alxteen dwt. guaranteed flU
plats carving seta; nono. jo t
im-u, ativer enmnanv: valua. 910 each.
For Flvo Next Nearoet Eetl. .
mates Five men's wasrhea; Swlaa movement;
gun metal ease; valua. 9T 60 each
"Ver 10O Next Neareet Eetlmatee
100 Moore's Improved nonleakable fosntaia
aens; 14 karat cold aolnt; value. 12 1 each.
For lOO Next Noareet Eatlmatea
109 Oem safety rsaora: with two blades, la a
moreooecaaa: value. 9.1 SO each.
Par lOO Next Nearoet Eetlmatee
100 six ounce heavy quadruple Plata stiver'
rlate berry apoona, v -ma o,
d by American Silver eompanyj value, $9
1,000 Next Nearoet Betl.
mates 1.000 copies or -meooor wooaavatt.
by Charles Eucene Banks and toroy Arm
stronc: haadsornaly bound la doth; vaiua,
LF.7ioo Next Nearest Eetlmatee
100 six ounce bmvyquadrupls silver plate
cold meat forks, 'World Brand.'' guaran
teed by Aroprtcaa Silver company; value,
ForMCi',000 ' Next Noareet Eetl
matee 1.000 copies of "Hocraon's Law t'oat
American Homes. bound In cloth contaln
Inc 100 plana and apeelflcatlona: val. 91 each.
Tret Sixty Next Neareet Eetl.
matee-Slxty six oonos heavy quadruple all- .
ver Plata urar hell, "World Brand," guar-
?nteed by America Silver company; vaiua,
Scents each. . '
For 1,000 Next Neareet Betl.
matee-JI.OSO eoplee of "Stepeea O, Foe lev's
Sore Alhum'l; i cents each. -
Vow BOO Next Neareet Eetlmatee
$00 copies of "Piano Treaaurea." volume et
Instrumental music: value, Wicente each.
For SAO Next Neareet Eetlmatee
ISO copies of "Song Dlamonrta." maater
Bleces trim all countries; val. o o.nts each.
For it.lO Next Nearoet Eetlmatee
TV) copies of "Ideal Qamsof EnglaUi Songs''
vaiua, SO cents each, .
My estlmstas of Total Tot to be saet ea
Nov. 9. 1904. tor the offlee of Frssldeet arel