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daily jour.::AL, rcJ.TLAi.'D. Saturday cvr;iiHO. august is. it::
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"Tbe March lac Itealmeot"
Rev. O. B. Hswes, who la supplying
the pulpit of ths First United Preeby
- tarlan church, is-revlsltine; the scene of
ins laoors, axier an aosenoa ox nearly
eight years. He was pastor of ths
church for about seven years, and dar-
. Ing that time was a well-known figure
n cuurcn circles. Bines leaving nan
Mr. Hawss has been pastor of the First
United Presbyterian church of ' Brad
dock. Pennsylvania, This Is ths old his
torlo point whers General Edward Brad
dork waa AafaataH In USA Mr. Hewaa'
. horns la on ths edge of ths - battle
ground. Ho Is ths secretary of an or
ganisation which Is now taklne? steps
to mark this historlo point. Ths eon-
- gregatlon of which ha Is pastor is one
of the strongest snd most aggresslvs
congregations in ths denomination. Last
Sunday there were many of Mr. Hawss
former mends In tha city out to greet
him. ;, y , v" , " ' ' a
Xt faira of Los Angeles . commercial
orgnaisauons seem not 10 oe in m con
.dltion as prosperous as might be. A
IAa Anaalaa nawananaa vafMirta that tha
local Commercial club, being unable to
raise $3.(00 . to satisfy a dsbt to the
.' V , i v.ri i l
the club rooms have boon closed. An
' effort la belug mads to sail ths stock
of the club, which la said Is valued at
1 11,000. No reason Is assigned for the
placing of this valuation on tha stock
pf a club that wss unable to raise
12.100. Officials of tha dun ara trr.
Ing to settle Its total liabilities, amount-
ini to s,uv, ana reorganise onaer otner
and fairer auspices.. ..
No Mead for ths big. . grouchy-looking
bull buffalo In ths City park soa to
be a bachelor much longer. A mats Is
on her way from Ravllll, Montana, and
will bo added to the boo within a fsw
days.- Tha present occupant of ths pen
lias loqksd vsry sulky for a long time,
and he will undoubtedly welcome com
pany. Tbe female buffalo has boon pur
chased by ths park board from B. H.
Dennlson, and has been ordered shipped
without delay. Bha will coot the city
. aoout mi oy ins urns ana la in tne.aoo.
,-..Wr -J. Williams waa arraigned before
i Judge Ftaser In the circuit court thla
morning and pleaded guilty to a stat
utory offense with Mrs. Catherine Long.
William Folay, attorney for Williams.
atated to ths court that Wllllama had
always been a hard-working man and
that thla wad hi first offense. . The
man was sentenced to to days In ths
county jail. Mrs.-Long pleaded guttty-t-
Jlorae of ths Good Shepherd. .
Charles W. Henderson, manager of
the Washington, D. C, office of the J.
C. Los' company, was In the city on Fri
day, accompanied ' by Captain Robert
Bodler, a capitalist from Washington
City. They left thla city on Friday
. evening with Mr. J. C. Leo to vlatt tha
Great Northern mines In the Blue river
district, the Lee's creek, mines In Doug
las county and ths Sterling mine In
Slaklvou countv. California.
Excursion Olvsn' by ths it. Johns
Cltlsens' Band. Sunday, August' It.
101, on steamer Beaver up the Colum
bia rtver to Washougal, Washington.
Steamer will atop at St. Johns, Llnnton
and Vancouver and three hours n
will be had. at Washougal. Baseball and
other sports. Refreshments will be
served on ths boat. Tlcksts f 1. Every
body come. You'll get your money's
. At ine First unitarian rniirxh .-
nth And Yamhill atreets, tomorrow.
Rev. K. W. St Pierre, superintendent
of the Oregon Prisoners' Aid society,
win tsia on prison wora. . Rav. st
jrierre i cnspisin at ins penitentiary at
Salem.', .... ;--.'vv
. Chief Deputy County Clerk H. C.
Smith haa found a novel way Of spend
ing his vacation.' In company with
Wilbur O. Kerns he will walk from
Hlllsboro to Tillamook,' and along ths
beach to Seaelda. . Mr. Smith thinks
by ths time they reach Seaside they
I RI G
FOSTUNrS COXNER STCXE
You cannot' erect a building ex
cept ,jrou (lrst have a foundation."
If fortune be the structure begin
with - saving ss- your corner-
?tons. In no othsr wsy Is your
uture financial suocsss possible.
. If ' you wslt for some "lucky
strike" to bring you wealth you,
will bo disappointed. - Good for
tune is for those who deServe.it
who earn their right to It
who have some msans of their
own with which to take advanlags
' of some fortunate clrcumstsnce
and turn It Into wealth.
Opta a Essk Accocst New
And add a little to It from week
to wsek or month to month, snd
you will soon discover that you
are a fortune builder.
WE I PER
PAY li CENT
Interest ca Savte;s Deposits
Banking hours, t a. m. to t p. m.
Saturdays, t a. m. to $ p. m.
The Citizens Dank
10 OBAaTS ATMWUM. ,
J. It. LAMPORT....... President
A. W. LAMBERT.... -....Cashier
Earthquakes wrerk poor Chile and tha
firee ilrbt the skr
Zaohary la auiity a-sweerinf to a 11a.
Labor unlona laka a shot Unci Can-
Bryan' a presidential plant . la . almost
now In bloom
A atlly pair la married while they're
whirling at the Oak a.
Tha eountjr court determines It will
feed Ita prison blokes. .
Ch)caao'a amlii - mas-tots at Its
1 lunches at aaloona.
Hops ara seUlnc hlsbsr than (Or many,
many moons. .
Oh, tha busy world Is busting full Of
' Interesting; naws.
Like. "The Union Laundry's washing;
clothes for all of those whs chooae
To hare their linen polished and re
turned as whits as milk, ,
Every man and woman shouting, 'Say,
this work Is fine as silk!'"
'! " 'union iuacndrt...
' Tel. Main !. Second and Columbia.
Our ... attam-heate'd polishers nsvsr
scotch ths clothes.- ...
will have had. all ths walking they heed
and will ' return to Portland , by rail.
Each will carry ' a. pair of blankets,
and they will sleep under the trees
wherever night overtakas them. They
expect to segur food from ths' farm
houses by the way. Messrs. Smith and
Kerns will be absent, from - the olty
about two weejes. .
In an endeavor to prevent any at
tempt on the part of the saloon proprie
tors In the city to rearrange the Inte
rior of their resorts so as to accommo
date women. Captain Brulnf yesterday
lssusd an order to all patrolman calling
their attention-to the ordinances rela-1
tlvs to such places. The policemen are
ordered to make reports - of saloons
where women constitute considerable
portion of the patrons and alao those
resorts where gambling la oarrled on.
The Inspector assigns as a reason for
thla. action the Information whloh he
haa received that there waa some dis
position to lift ths "lid" by ths liquor
men. and that despite the Increase of
gambling .the police have made no re
ports ef thla form of vice. . Bruin de
clares that ha Intends to sea that ths
laws- are obeyed and -that the patrol
men must obey the order lssusd.-
Mrs. J. F, Colburn, residing at 17
Tsnth street, reported to the .police laat
night that she was badly frightened by
an unknown man who entered her resi
dence about 11 O'clock. ' Tbe fellow was
found In Mrs. Colburn'o apartment by a
servant and upon being questioned, as
to the reason for his presence there did
"not vouohsafs any explanation, but
took his departure and walked up. the
street. Hs returned In a few minutes
and was discovered peering under tbe
blinds. The police were notified, but
could And no traoe of the man and are
at a lose to determine whether he wss
bent on robbery or contemplated an as
sault ,, j
Addison Pottsr haa begun suit in the
circuit court to recover 1777 from Ta
turn A Bowen, alleged to be due for
services rendered as salesman. Potter
states that he contracted with Tatum A
Bowen In 1(01 to work for them five
years at $150 per month. He says they
paid him at that - rate until August,
101, when they reduced bis salary to
$115 per month, and paid that only till
April of this ysar. C. M. 1 diem en and
H, Thomllnaon appear as his attorneys.
'' Spscial Excurelon Rates on O. W. P.
Tomorrow. To Oresham, II cents: all
polnta east of Qreshsnv to and Includ
ing Eatacada, M centa round trip. Din
ner at Hotel Eatacada, ft cents. Dana
ng In the pavilion; music by Brown's
orchestra. Cars with trailers leave
First and Alder streets T:I0, :$0. 11:10
1:10, l:i. 1:44, 7:1. Tickets must be
purchased, on sale In waiting-room.
The chimpanzee : of J. J. Lambert,
which played havoc with ths peace and
happiness of the family of Marks
Ryhe of 4I( 1 Clay . atreet, yesterday
mornlhgMrentaken-tothe - City
Park boo by Mr.' Lambert It la ths
first aps to enter the park, and Is much
larger than any of the members ot the
Simian tribe there, now.
Charging desertion beginning In Feb
ruary, 1104, Isaac Wslnstetn haa begun
suit In the circuit court for a divorce
from Ida Welnstsln. Welnstsin asserts
that he has frequently asked his wlfs
to return to him, but thst shs hss re
fused. They were married In New York,
in November, 1101.
- Articles of Incorporation of ths -National
Rope Computing Machine com
pany have been fried In ths office of
tbe county clerk iy Charles , A. Benbow,
George W. Lynch and Ev C Warren.
Thsy have patented a rope computing
machine and will . manufacture them
here. Capital stock. $14,000.
Water through hose for sprinkling
yards or sidewalks, or washing porches
or windows, must be paid for In advance
and used only between the hours of
and I a. m. and I and p. m. It must
not be used for sprinkling streets If
ussd contrary to thess rulsa, or waste
fully. It will be shut tff.
. Now is the time to order your new
suit before the stock is .picked over. Ws
have Just received a large shipment of
all the latest materials for gentlemen.
Any suit In the bouse to order for $2$,
no more, no less. Satisfaction guar
anteed. Unique Tailoring company, $01
Stark, near Sixth.
Alblna camp No.' 111. W. cCw.. hss
filed articles of Incorporation in the
office of the county clerk. There are j
five trustees, W. I Cunningham. W. C.
North, J. M. Farmer, J. R.-Hems worth
And R. T. Byrnes. Ths sstlmated value
of the property of the camp Is $$,$00.-
Artlcles of Incorporation of the Port
land Mssssngsr 4V Delivery company
were filed In the office of the county
clerk this morning by Nelson S. Bbr
lind, Alexander A. Oiler and B. B.
Fanrlngton. Capital stock $$,000.
A River Ride Sunday. Qo for a trip
up the Columbia to Cascade Locks and
return1 on -steamer Bailey Gatsert
Leaves Alder strset dock at lt.au Rs
turns $:$0 p. m. Dinner,, $ cents. Fare
$1. Phone Main $14. ; '
Articles of Incorporation Of the Wil
lamette Tent a Awning company have
been filed' in the office of the county
clerk by HI Henry Wemtne, Msx 8.
Hlrsch and H. A. Wets. Capital stock,
$100,000. : , ' ,
Oregon City Boats. Sunday trips
from Taylor street leaves $:10, 11:10 s.
m., $:$0 p. m. Last boat back at $:I0.
Bring your frlands for a nlcs river rida
Round trip 2$ cents, .
Concrete Construction Co.. 701 Cham
ber of Commerce, manufacturers ef
concrete stone blocks. Contractors for
al kinds ef cement work. Tel Msln H0.
Japanese Auto Dust Compound for
sweeping. A highly meritorious article,
F. E. Beach 4 Co.. 11$ First street
Armstrong, the tailor, rooms 10 and 11
Raleigh btilldln Sixth and Washington
streets. Phone Pacific 3$Xt
A wsgnn belonging to M. Bid
Son, driven by Frank Major, was struck
.v lU IS 1wiiiiiiJ i
1 v '. - .""' , ':
Forspaujh-Sells Brothers Showt
Coming; for Performances
. Monday and Tuesday.
Tomorrow morning tha Adam' Fore-paugh-Sella
- Bros." circus will reach
Portland. Ths work of earing for .ths
horses and soological collection will oc
cupy the attention of, the workmen to
morrow. Work on the show tent will
not begin until Monday morning a! day
breakall must be in resdlness for,4hs
street parade which leaves the lot at
1:10 o'clock, then all the rare, unique
and wonderful things that have been
promised on paper will become a reality.
The airy 1 riders .who. in dlsphsnous
skirts, have been pirouetting on the ex
panslvs backs of tremendously speeding
circus horses on the billboards will
be seen in . all the gorgeousncss of
tulle and seductive smile. Tbe els
phsntta will occupy thslr plotured acts
of a comedy and go them one better.
Captain Webb's ' two ' companlss of
(rained seals snd sea lions will show
the wondering world that when it oomes
to learning new tricks ths circus seal is
a dyed-ln-the-wool , expansionist; the
contortionist will , proceed to disen
tangle himself from ths knots he tied
in his responsive limbs last ysar; tbs
acrobatic family. In attire at least-frssh
from ths ballroom, will turn dlssy
somersaults in defiance of long dresses
and swanow-tanCosts7nd the clown
will work off his time-honored comedy
on the confiding audience. , "A',
There Is nothing - on earth . In the
amusement line Ilka ths circus. It Is
the people's snow par excellence, r The
expert knows what Is coming every
minute of ths show, but hs wouldn't
hsve . it changed for the world. Tbs
very conventionalism of much of ths
performance Is what makes If so de
lightful. - The merit In a big circus such
ss that of Forepaugh-Sells is in ths
fsct thst everything in ths show Is ths
very best of the. kind.
p There must inevitably be riding acta,
but the riders are tha leaders of Their
profession. ' There must be aorobats,
but the acrobat lo artists and .aerlaltsts
are gathered from the world wide and
are the best thst money can secure. It
la this superiority In the quality of the
performers that makes Forepaugh-Bella'
circus the great institution It Is. It Is
a colossal affair, but mere Immensity
would not suffice without a great arenlc
performance to sustain, ths Interest of
ths public. A great deal of preliminary
Interest hss been aroused by the coming
of the show arid circus dsy will be a
great day In every sense or the wora.
by a car of the Sunnyslds line at Bast
Sixth and Morrison -atreets last night
snd ths vehicle considerably damaged.
The car was In charge of Motorman
Stiles and collided with the wagon with
such fores aa to completely shattsr one
of the front wheels.. The horses and
drtver escaped Injury. , ..-
, Trolley Outing Tomorrow on O. W. P.
To Oregon City and Canemaa park SB
cents round trip. Foresters' picnic at
Canemah park. Cars with trailers leavs
First and Alder atreets on the odd hour
and every 40 minutes. Tickets must be
purchased, on sale, In waiting-room.
Rational divine healing, embracing
natural, mental and aptrltual law. Ask
for explanatory pamphlet Esst 161.
Rsv. P J. Gffen, B4 East Twenty-sixth
street, , Vv .- .... -, : .'..', -A
' .'. ' .
Watches, diamonds - And Jewelry on
essy psyments; $1 down, $0o a week.
Don't go without a good timepiece.
Metxger A Co., Ill Sixth street ,
Launches to the Oaks, every few min
utes every evening from Favorite Boat
ing company's, south side bridge, foot
Morrison street - -
Milton A. Nathans, attorney, $000
Stelner street. San Francisco. Commis
sions promptly executed. Insurance ad
Justed.'; . : ; . .. .
Japo. Ths Japanese Antl-Duat Com
pound for sweeping. F. E. Beach Co.,
the Pioneer Paint Co., agents. Phone
1$$4. '., a ' . . :.'.'.'.
Acme OH Ca sells ths best safety coal
oil and fine gasolines. ' Phone East T$$.
, Richards' elegsnt Sunday French din
ner, with wine, $1 per cover, 4 to $:10.
Woman's exchange, 1$$ Tsnth street
lunch. ll:$0 to $.
"T Rental Signs. Ansley Printing Co.
CONCERT AT CITY .
The Park band will render the follow
ing popular program at City Park to
morrow afternoon at 1:10 -p. m.: ... , ,
March "Spirit , of . Independence" ....
.4 .....,,... .r ransis nicmer
Walts "Vienna' Bloods". Strauss
Overture "Fcstivsl" E. Lassen
Morceau Characteristic "The Vision",
Excsrpta from, "Rlgolet to"....... Verdi
Paraphrase "Nearer My God to Thee"
Scenes from "Fsusf. ......... .Oounod
Intermesso "Ooean Breexes", .Herbert
Tld-hlts from 'Woodland" (rsquest)
. . i I . Luders
Two-Step "Love of Liberty". .Scout on
' Charles L. Brown, conductor.
Chinese Leper will
be sent to china
. Wong Sue. the Chinese leper. Is to go
back to China next month if tha plans
of Dr. Wheeler, city health officer,, can
be carried out. i
The Chinees government. It seems,
provides transportation home to decrepit
Chinese, and , arrangements are now
being, made by which the leper will be
sent to Seattle early next month, and on
September $ leave the United States for
Until that time he will be eared for
In a cottage on the property of ths
county near ths county poor form. Some
time todsy he will br tsken from his
shark back of the Multnomah held by
William Beutelspacher, deputy health
of Acer. , 1 "",'.'. ,
The following permits have been Is
sued: B. F. Stephens, one-story dwell
ing. Bancroft between Front and First
cost $1.1"$; Thomas:. Brady, repairs.
Minnesota avenue between Beech and
FalUng. cost $160; W. A. Benedict, re
pairs, . Minnesota avenue, corner Simp
son, cost $10; J. H. Reeves, repairs,
Washington between Fifth and Sixth,
cost $600; ' Mra L. A. Carter, two
story dwelling, Ross between Dixon
and Dupont, cost $1,000; G. Abendroth,
two-story dwelling, Vaughn bet wees)
Thirty-first and Thirty-second, cost
$.$$; MseMssters, repairs, Tilla
mook between East Thirteenth and East
Fourteenth, cost $100; Sam -Wagner.
repairs. Twenty-third between Northrup
and Overton, eost $0k
Residents Unable to Get Enough
' fo'r Domestic Use, They
WATER COMPANY SAYS
: ' SUPPLY IS WASTED
People Sty Pipes Art Empty From
. Pour o'Clock in Afternoon' Until
Ten st Night and Are Beginning -to
Ttlk Annexation. ',; .'
. .Beat. Side Department
The ong dry spell has at last told on
the water supply of ths towns along ths
Mount Scott car Una Some weeks ago,
when the shortage ef water waa being
generally felt On the east slds, " ths
Mount Scott towns wore congratulating
themselves upon having an abundant
supply of water for all purposes. In
cluding irrigation. Now the cry of no
water is general In that section. Be
tween the hours of 4 and 10 p. m. not a
I drop will run through hot water tanks.
and for Intetvala or 7ioursmrs -thne-no
water, hot or cold, will come from ths
Tbs Woodmsre Water company, that
Is' eupplylng water to this entire dis
trict, reports that the water has been on
in full force since hot weather began.
The company insists that water In
plenty haa been furnished at all times,
but that the scarcity la dus sntlrsly to
the wanton and malicious wsste by Jin
governable consumers. ' .
Sams of the residents 'of the district
have signified thslr intention of refus
ing to pay full rates for what has been
far from a full supply. The water
ahortags in this district has renewed the
talk of bslnglng Bull Run water Into
that territory.' The Mount Scott News
tskss ths position that It Is not Imper
ative that ths district be annexed to
the city of Portland before Bull Run
water cant supplied.
The whole Mount Scott territory Is
discussing th question of annaxatlon
and Bull Run water. - There are many
who are opposed to coming into the
city, yet want the city's water.
The prevailing sentiment seeme to be
favorable to annaxatlon as the only so
lution of the watsr question. It Is sd
mltted thst If ths district continues to
grow as It haa in the past year It will
be Impossible for ths present system to
supply drinking wster, much less a suf
ficient quantity for general domestic
Chief of Police Brsdson of St Johns"
Is having an unusual amount Of troubla
In enforcing proper respect for his offi
cial dignity. On several occasions'. re
cently tbs chief hss had a hard time In
preventing' ths friends of a lawbreaker
under arrest from effecting a rescue
before he could land his chsrge ssfely
In the Hotel do Thorndyke.
The latest Instance of this kind In
volved one Frank McGee, who wss ar
raigned before the recorder yesterday
on the charge of rant taking the chief
seriously when he waa engaged in the
discharge of hla official duty. It aeems
that a friend of McGee' e got on a hilari
ous drunk, and while Chief Bredson waa
escorting him to Jail McGee came to
his friend's rescue. The chief, however,
wielded ' his willow effectively . and
landed the pair behind the bars.
Recorder Thorndyke held McGee to
await tha action of the next grand Jury,
fixing hla ball at $500, in default of
which he wss committed to the county
Jail. - The chief snd the recorder hsve
formed a compact the object of which
is to teach tha friends of St. Johns'
malafsctors that this playful habit of )
attempting to rescue prisoners must os
cut out. v
Cltja Engineer W. W. Goodrich of St.
Johns announces that hs - intends to
stand by his deputies, Elliott and Score-In.
that they ara the most competent
men that he can And and that he does
not Intend to; be driven by a panlo-
strlcksn council Into doing the very
thing that will most please hla enemies.
. It has been conceded thst the msyor
hss the sole authority of removal, and
Mayor Valentine haa announced that ha
is entirely satisfied with the work of
Engineer uooancn anq his deputies ana
has no Intention of. disturbing their
tenure of office.
The 8t Johns engineering department
Is pursuing ths even tenor of its way
Just ss if ths town had nsver been near
Internecine strife because of the alleged
derelictions of Engineer Goodrich and
his Assistants;- - :
A way haa been found by which the
Improvement of Hsyes street, recently
held up by- injunction, msy - proceed
without fear of the city's sustaining a
serious loss. The property-holders on
this street have nearly all signed a
waiver, which allows ths work to pro
ceed notwlthstsnding the Injunction of
ths circuit court.. 1
In speaking of ths street grades es
tablished. Engineer Goodrich confirms
the statement msde to Ths Journal by
Deputy Engineer Bcoggln, "that street
grades must bs made to conform to the
requirements of proper drainage and
that these protests came from people
who were Ignorant of the technicalities
of street engineering."
Recorder Thorndyke of St. Johns Is
determined to make a New England vil
lage out of that city so far as profans
or vulgar language on Its streets Is con
cerned. There is but ons offense that
ths recorder looks upon ss being more
serious thsn public profsntty, and that
Is resisting an officer. The' recorder
says thst hs Intends to have St. Johns'
streets so that the most refined snd
dellcste- ear will not be offended by
having to listen to unseemly or boister
ous language, much less profanity.
i A number of arrests, hsvs recently
been msde for violating the antl-pro-fanlty
ordinance and In every Instance
the recorder has assessed a stiff fine.
accompanied with a lecture warning the
offender not to spnear before him
charge with a second offense. Some
of the St, Johns rounders are so panic-
stricken over the recorder's attitude
thst they are thinking of adopting the
sign language. It Is not Improbable
thst In a few dsys a stranger dropping
Into the peninsula city - would fancy
himself In the mountains with Rip
Vsn' Winkle, or suddenly transported to
a country Inhabited only with deaf
mutes. : :
Whsthsr the city purchases Mount
Tabor as a site for a 40,000,000-gallon
reservoir and east side psrk Is the all
absorbing question over ths Willamette.
It la said tbst options on $0 scree of
the mount have been secured In the
past few days, pteparatory to turning
them over to ths city. The price at
which the land may now be taken over
la much higher thsn It could have been
acquired for one year ago. Councilman
Kellaher IS snthuslsstlcslly interested
In the project He sees much more thsn
a park ami 'a reservoir site on the
mount. His lria Is to make Bui) Run
water light the city Why means of a
") Commrvatlo Cmatodlam"
. Payg "4 per cent interest on
savings accounts, compounded
emtannually. Pays 4 per cent
interest on yearly and 3 per
cent on six months' time de
posit. -' v'. . ' '' " .v
Call and tee vs . at our . new
banking ' rooms . in the Labbe
building, corner of Second and
Washington streets, for further
' particulars. V '
" rricxM aits ezmsoroBst
ANDREW C. SMITH. President
DAVID M. DUNNE, Vice-President.
LANSING STOUT, Cashlsr.
C. B. BE WALL. Assistant Cashier. '
JOHN DRISCOLL AND E. C
turbine wheel waterpower plant at' the
foot of Mount Tabor. ' The councilman
would like to sea established a huge
municipal light power and water plant
at the foot of Mount Tabor, all of
which amuM ha AmratMl with Maw Ah-
tamed from Bull Run.1 An addrMonaH
Incentive to the purchase of Mount T s
bor ta the fact that over 1,000,000 cubic
yarda of dirt from the mount would
be available for making - Alls - In - the
lower district near tbe river. ,
It may be said that no park prop
erty can be purchased by the olty until
after the city election next June, when
the question msy be submlttsd to ths
votsrs. , . ; .. ..
A party of nawcomsrs bought it lots
recently In Reservoir Addition, on ths
Mount Soott-car line. Every purchaser
is aa immsdlate homebullder, and all
agreed at the time the lota were pur
chased to begin building operations at
ones. This ta but a sample ef the great
building activity now on . la that dis
At Crsston, near Anabel, 70 lots In
one addition were sold in ths past $0
daya, and residences already have been
atarted on a number of them. '
Captain Hanson of the Sunnyslds firs
department recently purchased seven
acrea of land Just south of and near
Lenta, which he Intends to convert Into
a beautiful country home, and wUl move
there with hla family.
The Mount Scott. News hss inaugu
rated a crusade against defacing build
ings, especially buslnssa bouses, with
large-lettered advertising matter. In
the course of. an article discussing ths
objectionable practice, the News says:
"There is scarcely any one thing that
atands out so repulslvs and that ao
flagrantly flaunts its own cheapness
and Inconsistency aa the Jumbled1 mass
of outdoor advertising matter ' with
which ths environs of . Portland is
cursed." , . . .
The News deprecates the fact that
ownera of handsome buildings sllow
them to be defaced in this manner for
tha few dollsrs they get In return from
the advertising compSny.
The News is swsre of the fact that
lta motives. In denouncing this custom
will be impugned, but avows Its willing'
ness to bear the odium, If thereby It can
SB. M. 9. ronroir, aatnropatk.
IT IS A
FO 13 TXAT SO KAgT nrFAJfTS
STTBTIVB TS3 lOaTOBAaTOa OF
Is the wsy a skilled nurss put It this
week. If the child "nestles" shout and
appears nervous It Is dosed with medi
cine. If It cries, It is medicine.' If the
least things happens to it, its stomach
la surfeited with drugs.
BBVOS ABB A XBWACS TO TBS
BBAX.TB OF ABT BVKAB BBXBO,
And there are not many stomachs that
can stand this everlsstlng drenching
with the nauseous decoctions that go
under the name of "Medicines."
t AM A BATVBOPATBXO BOOTOB,
ABB BlOTOr BO BBVOS AT ABB.
By my method the stomach Is not
made sick, no poisonous drugs' are ad
ministered that form the basis of one
disease while being taken to cure an
otherand with my treatment the pa
0&BABX.T OVBaa, FVXSX.Y CVBSB,
lllTIPJUT CUBSO, rSBMA
Without an atom of drugs or surgical
WHAT BZSBASBS BO I TBBATf
All manner of affllctlona. eepeclally
rheumatism and blood dlsssses, stomach
troubles, lumbago, Insomnia and nsr
vousness, headaches, all classss of fe
male diseases, children's complaints, etc
Kind friends whom I have cured have
supplied ma with numerous testimonials
which msy be seen by any. Interested
Dr. N. J. Fulton
315 TWELETH STREET
Ceraer Oar. see slack frsej M il. ear, eae froai
I Itk street ear. It frets JeffsrseB eat. ,
Tilaskeas Mala tlU. '
l,--if:iJ"ifiiilSiWiisi'iii1 ifci iirTwsaT Imii Mpwiw$$aiUjli
THOUSANDS IN USE
A GUARANTEE OF QUALITY
T ft .
IPiup ' ' ."'( . .
WITH PATENT OLASS
VALVES. SEAT and EX
THAT PUMPS .
Kitchen. Sink or Cistern
Pumps deep and shallow
well, single and double-act-;.
Two carloads now on the
way. We offer. Pumps at
prices that make them sell.
Pump water, saw wood, grind your grainr"Will do almost
any work on the farm and never get tired or complain of long
hours. Over one thousand STOVER Engines ui use in the
Northwest. WHY? They give satisfaction. THAT'S WHY
Large Stock Car Just
or Mu rphys
Are one and the same thing, but not so with the machine
that digs them. There's a difference. The principal dif
ference is that the HOOVER Digger is better than other
The Palles. Or., lass 11 lane.
Sexton Walter C'e.. '
Tbe Dalles, Or. '
flentletaea: la retard to roar ene
tloe aa to the nerlta ef the Hnorar
Fotate Plssw, I will ear the machine
la ss reptraenteS. I hars no faalt to
lad. So far It has proves tat laactor jr.
0. r. SA17DBRS. .
Hew Era. Or., Jiae IB, ltoe.
Hitrtiell. Iwla Surer 0e
Pear Sir.: Yours aaklng waat t
. think ef tha RnnTer Potato. Plr at
nil. I have seed ae tor ahont taa
fears snd It Is the only food differ
hat I hare erer sees work. I broiht
a Rnorar Jr. laat fall tor tor brother,
and ka like. It rerf wall. I ennalder,
It s food tmprat.taetit ever the old
HoeT.r, snd I wools avtae horlns the
Hoorer Jr., aa I eatler It te ba tbe
seat potato Sler oa the- tasrket.
. ' , UBO. H. SBOWX. .
I ml senior
r - 1 ' :- ...... A ' :
u .... ...... ......"!. i :
"We buy Urge quantities And
, make low prices - :
In Prices Reasonable
' Seavartos. Or., Way , IM
lfltrhsll. Lewis a Suvar Co.,
Oontleava: I daelra to state tfeat
f hare seed a. rami kloda of poialo
Sers and hare found twee te equal
tha HooTer. It will work sat lee. fully
where o Chora fall. Treat It rlakt aad
It will mat Tea rlsht. , .
, '.-''. . tears trolr,
abchib a. rnts.
Mllvankla. Or., sae tT. MM. '
Hltrbell. Iwla A lurer te,, -Portland,
Oentlanteai la raptr ta roars ef
. Jane 14. ahoat the work et tbe Hoover
, Potato IMggar. will ea wa kare ism4
the olff-r eTarr year Stains Ike eaa
Soa for tke laat fnar year., lrltk a at-'
fanes or rapalra. Tba Sl(tr Soot) e
eelleat work,, follow la ( a elantee. hat
will sot dls erookeS row a, alastea HS .
a planter or hj aant. as it eaa't fol
low tbe abort carree. Ws ara watt
pleaeea with it.
. Terr tratv jnem.
. jusxM aaos. ,.
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