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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNALS PORTLAND. WEDNESDAY EVZinilO. JUITS- 12. 1ZZ?.
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tared pleas, tbla morning. They were
, fined and discharged from- euatody. .
.. If, rriiwul KlttlS lnL
" Another move on the part . of ' Mr.
rreemaa that caused;' great deal ot
', ' mirth later waa hla action In placing
the nam of Fred Hebdlng on tha court
. records for appearance- July 10. Heb
; - ding's name aid not appear la tha In
- dlctment and Mr. Cola knew nothing
about tha dealer until informed y a
- Journal man that ho had mada ap-
pearance bjr attorney, -...
-'"" Mr. Cole em lied and aald that ha waa
' triad to hear It; that ha knew no aucn
man. bat would extend an Invitation -to
' all dealer who felt Blighted peoause
their namea were not Included in the
Indictment to appear In court and enter
- an appearance. Hebdlng will now be
hd under on of tha numeroua John
Doe warrant aaked for by Mr. Cole
: when the Indictment waa reported in
1 Court. ' - , .. -
.( . ..,,,: ZM of ate. Ttoed.
Tha men who were fined III today
follow:- W. H. Phelan. F. A. Jonea. W.
M. Taylor, I Buvenaky, Herman Meta
ger Portland: Chelialla Manufacturing
company, Chehalla. Waahlngton; FranS
- W. Hollla, Mark &aker, P. W. Weeka,
The llat of men fined ll follower T.
A. Nutbrowa. F. 8. Nutbrown. : 1.
Eautoff, a HochSeld. A. Hlrt, B.
Ablowita, H. A. Kerne. H. C Yetter, A.
. Hansen. Hawthorne Furniture company.
Portland: Mick Wela, Baker City.
Those for whom Freeman entered an
appearance for July 10 and who later
.pleaded guilty and were fined were:
Frank W. Hollla, Mark Baker, F. W.
Weeka. Med ford; H. A. Keraa and W.
la. Taylor. Portland. .
Appearahcea were mada for . tha f ol
lowfng by Lawyers W. IX Fenton. Jo
eeph Simon and Frank F. Freeman: -
Tull A Globe. Olda, Wortman King.
Art Furniture Manufacturing- company,
Rugene Cohn, Marcua Conn, Tauben-
helmer 6 Schmeer Carpet and Furniture
company, Edwin A. Covell. J...O. Mack,
J. Qevurta Bona, - Henry Jennlng.
.. Powera Furniture oompany, ' Edwards
company, William Oadaby A Bona, Eaat
arn Outfitting company, all of Portland.
.'" SVepre seated. j Attorney. : . , ,
Frank xF. -Freeman made appearances
for the following: J. Chapman, Dalla;
B. Vandecar, North Powder: A. E. Kel
logg, Oervais: C W. Conklln, Jackson
tile; J2. P. Vorui. Baker City; C a
. .. Hamilton, Salem; Tacoma Furniture A
. Mattrees company, Tacoma; M. Btreff
A Co, Btayton; Fred Hebdlng. Medford
' Furniture company, Medford; J. a.
' Chambera, Eugene; - Mas L Buren,
: Belera; C T. Nelson, Vale; John Doe
Maker, John Doe Folaom, Lewis Hunter,
Valentine Stroble, J. L Sharon, L A.
Eddlngs, all of Pendleton; Frank W.
Hollla, Mark Baker. F. W. Weeka, Med
ford; W. T. Macy. Walter Macy, M
Mlnnvllle: Paul H. Stage, Salem; (he
Houae Furniture company, Salem; C. W.
Halaey. Foaall: J. W. Kaya, Eugene;
' John Welsa, Oerrala; E. U. Mlnard.
Elma, Waahlngton; Paul Oeialer, M. J.
- McUrath, H. A. Kern a, H. Hanaen.'H C
: Schroeder, W. W. Savage. H. Nuabaum,
A. T Zellar, N. a Mueller, W. M. Tay
lor. Frank F. Freeman, Portland. '
othera whoappeared thla morning
' ware Q. I Jennlnga, Clifford Edwarda
and H. Gordon of Eugene. , . . .
; ' .3I01OTAIN rEAKS
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. waa received In the courae of tha even
' Ing announcing hla accvptance of tha
, Y The proyrim of "The two. dara' oelei
, brajjon waa outlined by the committee
7, af tolJowa: 'On the night of July S, a
v ' apeciacuiar iiiuminatea paraae ana a
concert In one of the park blocka by
,Ie Caprio'a band; Judge 8. A. Lowell' a
. auareaa ana etner literary axarciaea wui
' ""Ttaa place at the Marquara on tha morn
.Ing of July 4; on the afternoon of the
- Fourth there will be races at Irvlngton
park,' at which Browne band "will fur
'iBlah the mualo; tha anort committee will
..arrange program of eventa on tha
.river; ana tne ueuai eireei apotra tor ui
.efternoon of the Fourth. r 1 . . -
i Colonel Jamea Jackson, chairman of
parade committee, briefly outlined the
: . parade for the morning of the Fourth,
-aa follows: The grand marshal of the
1 day, Colonel X. B. Dyer, U. 8. A-. and
. (alda, members of the governor" a staff,
.the state, county and city offlcera, In
' , eludlna- members of the city council, la
' oarrlage4 tha official ataff of tha da
. partment of the Columbia from Van
couver and tha Third regiment X K. G.,
i battery A. G. N. G a delegation from
- ithe warahlp In the harbor, floata and
, : delegationa from tha fraternal eocletlea
t of the city. It waa announced that Mlaa
' - Kathleen Lawler had been engaged to
- king "The Star Spangled Banner" : In
' .' connection wlih the literary exerclsea at
.. the Marquam Grand theatre on tha
morning -Of tha Fourth. - "
Tha Riverside Driving association will
.give four raeea at the Irvlngton park on
me ar lemon 01 me vourxn, m wnicn an
- .admission of t centa will be charged.
Another meeting of the committee will
' be held at tha commercial club Friday
''''' night, whan the detailed program of u.e
v . axerclaea for the two day a" celebration
' will be finally arranged and tarned
. aver to the puoiianera. ,;
TOBLEIN WILIj DEFEND
V fCoBtlnned from Page Ona.)v
Word. "But a friend of mine told me
he could, and on tha atrength of my
fiiend'a recommendation I am willing to
bet tit that be can beat you."
, The former aherlff drew out a tit
gold piece and Werleln reached Into hla
; Make It a mlje and t will go you,"
- -be said. The rfioney waa placed in tha
, hands of John Buseell, Chief Deputy
, 1 County Clerk H. C. Smith waa ehoeen aa
.judge and tha party stopped at Porter's
. 'station. It was arranged to run from
. there north to the eeotlon Una road.
, - But Porter was not at home and tha
race waa postponed. Porter - baa not
, been consulted, but Word sajrs ha will
' .vouch for him. Werleln la readv for
. the race at any time, and It la rumored
that tha atreet car oompany la arrang
ing to run special cars out to the track
to accommodate tha crowd when tha
, race la pulled off.
',' Deputy County Clerk Smith, who will
l be judge, haa decided not to pace along
.with the runners to aea fair plav. but
will engage a high power auto In whloh
be wtll ride. - Mr. flmtth bellsvss bo can
i Judge better from the auto.
SHINGLE MILLS IN TRUST
(Continued trom Pag One.)
Jamea J. Hill told him of the trouble
,oa tha Great Northern. He could not
get loeootottvea, having ordered 140, but
.got only a few. Beck man aald that once
the Hartman llnee offered 241 cars and
it. .V.O. ,J1 : N.
- rooD ccrtx,
-Tr.Z-Z'3 A REASON
II locomotlvea to tha Washington lum
ber mil la, but the Northern Paclflo re
fused to permit the -equipment to come
into ita territory. The interstate core
miaaloa looked ua aharnlv when Bee a
man asserted that there la no longer
any competition in tha weat between
Washington railroads; that since the
Burlington, Great Northern and North
era Paclflo consolidated he had not seen
one solicitor tot lumber freight on Puget
- Orogom Wlaa Fotnt. r
The Oregon lumbermen thought to
day they bad won a atrong point against
the western Washington mlllman in, the
Joint tnrougn rate case wnen w. w.
otton and J. N. Teal obtained atatls
tioa from Victor Beckman of Seattle,
from which Commlaaioner Clark, on the
belief, drew and exoreesed oonolualona
aa to Beckman'e Inaccuracy. '
Beckman aald 4,0uo,vu,oo reec or
lumber were sawed in waauington in
l0f. that lumber stocks on hand Jan
uary 1. 107 were same aa January 1.
lu, mat rail aoipmenta in live were
1.100.000,000, cargo shipments. 400.000,
400, local -consumption. 1,100,400,004,
whereupon , Commlaaioner . Clark re
"Mr. Beckman, your figures ahow you
shipped 100,000,000 feet more than waa
sawed, vet you had on hand the aama
quantity laat January aa a year ago."
Beckman la tha mainstay of tha west
ern Washington mill men. . Other --wit-neeeea
for that aide had scouted tha in
timation that there had been car
ahortaga In Oregon, claiming tha car
shortage In Washington had been eerl
oua Oregon mill men admitted aa to
Washington, alleging tha aama waa true
aa to Oregon. ' '
This dlacuaaioa Drought out tna ciaim
from the Onnin mill men here. reDre-
sented by Phil Beuhaer and A. Bayer of
Portland. Dixon of Eutant and othera.
that Oregon haa more mil la than Wash
ington with aa large a sawing capacity,
and that laat year Washington shipped
14,004 oars and Oregon but 47,400. .. .
: ASSASSIN'S TALE
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Ing tha number of daya of April, 1401.
they had already traversed. Orchard
was not aura aa to the exact number
of daya' For that matter nobody was.
ninkaMMH lias hMn throuahout varv
careless aa Co his verbiage and hla facta.
. wvota Fake Xnsaxaaoe.
"; "Vow then. ' Mr. Orchard." , ha aald
aoftly, "you were doing thla lnauranca
usineea ror i aayer'
"About It days: yea. alr."
"But It la 15 daya. Isn't ; Itr m .
1 am not sure. It la about It daya."
- "Can't you aay It la SI exactly T"
-mo air.- , .....,',.,,..
"Why notf - '
-Because I want to tall tha truth."
"win it necessary for vou to aay
to me that you are telling the truth r
"tiecause you- are trying 10 mmmm vvi
that I am not telling the tauth."
"Tou wrote hall' Insurance for nearly
everybody f -. ; . . '.- ,. ';. .
, "Tea air. 1 "
Tou mada lot f money Otrt of It!"
i "Tea air." . ';....-'
. "But It waa fake Insurance" -',:.
"Tea air." aald Orchard readily.
' XMttUty af Bxamlaatloa. :
All that la a literal transcript Ton
can judge of Its Inaptitude and futility
for yourself. And hour after hour haa
hMn anent In that hind of "eroaa exam
ination," hour after. hour and day af
Orchard baa no friends In tha court
room. Ho la entirely Isolated and alone.
He la a eon f eased aaaeaaln and that
calling doea not warm anyone. - Ha la
aa informer and tne world natea an in
former. If Richardson had ehattered
hla testimony et once he would have
been hailed aa tha friend of man.- But
instead of shattering It, Richardson's
failure to move Orchard haa butreaaed
hla testimony aa aomethlna actual and
believable. If Orchard la lying, not one
ll nee yet been thrust aown nis mroat.
ENTIRE. FLEET MAY BE j
SENT T0 ROSE FIESTA
4 Kobert Morgan, -United Statea " 4
4 .navy,, la at the- Oregon hotel. ,
e Mr. Morgan arrived In Portland
4 ' aUtloned on the cruiser Chi-, 4
e cago. i Ha aUted today thai tha e
4 ' men among tha fleet believed '
4that tha entire fleet would be In e
4 . Portland to attend tha rose car- ! 4
4 nival., Inatead of v tha erulaer 4
. iCharleaton alone, , - ' "
4 . r Included among tha , vessels 4
4 . will ba the Charleston. Albany
4 - Princeton. Chicago and several
4 other vessels, making ona of tha '
4 , moat pretentloua . . fleets A - of . 4
4 armored vessels that aver eama
' to Portland harbor. Mr. Morgan.
4 baa been assigned to shore duty
and will leave for San Fran-
4 ctsoo tonight, ' '.,-:'", , f t e
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whereabouts of tha prisoner tha guards
''Bums baa take him for a drive, but
we oo not anow wnere tney went." ...
.' Beporterg Kept Away.
The moment of the taking away of
Kuai waa aigniricant in tne axteraooa
ha had been on the witness stand and
had been aaked a aueetlon which la cru
cial to the fata of Schmtta and tha
euoceaa of the prosecution In securing
tne conviction 01 tne mayor, me prose
cution took good care that Buef waa not
approached by outsiders and for tha
first time alnce he waa taken Into Cus
tody tha newspaper men war not. al
lowed to talk with Ruef... "?
it was 11:10 o'clock ; when Burng
brought hla man back, walklna him
down tha bill. A reporter who called
at the door Immediately afterward waa
tola mat ttuer naa gone to bed, nd
when It waa urged that thla would have
been Impossible tha guard replied:
-wen, ou cannot aea nun tonight.
Huroe waa aomewnat mora communi
cative and aald that ha had apeat the
evening with Ruef at the homo of the
lattere parenta, adding:
"Ruef wilt go oa tha ataad and tall
the whole truth." '
KAISER BOXES EARS
OF PRUSSIAN PRINCE
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Uearaal Special Bsrvlea.)
Berlin, Juna It. Kaiser Wllhelm
boxed the ears of Prince Frederick
Henry of Prussia, big cousin, and per
aonallr tore from him bta ordera and
deeoratiene and told him to leave Oer
many, never to return, under penalty ot
The trlnce- la accaaed of being 1m.
moral. , He Inherited 47,004.000 from hla
father. While on tne way to Egypt re
cently bo posed aa Pop Plua.
-1111 11 m .' "1'
OVERDOSE OF DRUG
- KILLS DATID TAGQART
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. (Journal gpectal Service.) '''
. Wooetar, Ohio,-Juno 11 David Tag-
gart. brother, of Captain Taggart, of
divorce notoriety, was found dead In bed
at the home of .hla .mother at Orrvllie
yesterday.' It is supposed ha died from
an overdose of drug taken to ease pain
caused by tha amputation of a limb. ..
IOWA LABORERS SEND
' SOLACE TO HAYWOOD
' ' ; (loeraal gesrlal Betvles.) - - ' 1
Keokuk, la., Juna It. The convention
of the Iowa Federation of Labor today
adopted a motion that a meeaage of eon-
naence ana armpamy De sent to tna ot
t Iclala of - the Weatern Federation . ut
Miners who are imprisoned in Idaho, 1
For Institution for Feeble-
". Minded One Condemna-
; tion Suit Likely.
(Special Plspateh la The Jearaal.)
Salem. Or., June II. Tha etate board
01 building . eommiaelonerg yesterday
voted to purchase the Coleman tract for
a alta for tha new etate Institution for
tha feeble-minded. ' Thla tract la lo
cated betwoea tha reform achool and
Turner - and la admirably situated. It
la made tip of eeveral adjqlnlng farms
aggregating til acrea. divided aa fol-
14 an acre; Mr a. SI Miller, ISO acrea,
ISO; C. P. Guard. 4 acrea, SS; M. P.
Dennla. 44 acrea, 4S1; WllUm H. Simp
son, lOt aorea, tl; Joseph Thlel, it
acrea. Tha price of thla latter tract
la exorouani. tne ooara ' ciajme, ana
since Thlel esks tlto oer aero It la
probable condemnation proceedings un
der the right of eminent domain will be
started to arrive at a mora reasonable
prloa. -. - .. - -s ' .. ,
THROWN OFF RAFT :
PERISH IN RITER
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Crnrat W. Ewen of low and Lerojr
' Miller Sink In Bisht of .
' '" Helpleaa Comrades. ' r
- V (BpaeM Dispatch ta The JeermaLI
' Tha Dallea, Or, June 11. Ernest W.
Ewers, lately from Casey, Iowa, a level
V AMU... lint.. mmu . W H. . mtJt
n.a .1. , 1 wy .u ..... , b . mail, m. iA w
brother-in-law of the section foreman of
tha O. R. eV N. at Blalock, Oregon, were
drowned yesterday In the Columbia river
weat or vtuinton. iney were working
with the Roberta eurveylng Darty In the
employ of tha O. R, at N., and were on
a raft when caught In a whirlpool. The
raft whirled violently around and the
men were thrown Into the river. Tha
current waa too awlft for them to awlm
ana they sank rrom sight. Tne men
on tha bank oould render no assistance.
Both were young men and unmarried
Ewers-has relatives In Iowa. Ha bad
been , working only two weeka.
.The bodlee have not been recovered.
; IN BIG DAMAGE CASE
r Judge Henry K. McGinn, of tbla city,
hag returned from Walla. Walla, where
he appeared before Judge Whltson of
tha federal court la lehalf of his client
John Johnson, who sued Caughren A
Woldaon, contractors on tha north bank
Johnson, . wWo waa employed by the
contractors In building the road, loot
an eye aa tha result of a prematura ex
plosion and aued for tlO.OOt damages,
judgment In that sum waa secured by
Judge McGinn in tha federal court.'.
PEACEMAKER SLAIN r7
- ; BY A SHEEPHERDER
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. (Special Dispatch ta The jearaal.)
' Butta, Mont, Juna It. H. W. Jesse.
depot agent of tha Oregon Short -Una
at Red Rock, near the Idaho line,. was
fatally alaahed last night while attempt,
ing to . act aa peacemaker between a
sheepherder named McCarthy and Fred
Osborne, who had started a fight. Mo.
Carthy drew a king knife on Osborne,
when Jeaae atepped between then and
For this reason they are
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Buck's ovens are ventilated in such a manner as to enable baking to be done ideally no mingling; of odorsno material " v
shrinking or drying of roasts no uneven bread-baking. Our guarantee is the guarantee of "America's foremost stove ,,.
concern" the Buck's Stove ft Range Co., of St Louis. We
siiea of the complete Buck's line on the liberal payment
v in the'
told them to behave themselves. Mc
Carthy waa frensled at the Interference
and Dluneed hla knife' reoeatedlv Into
the breast of Jesse, who sank to the
ground. When medical aid reached the
wqunded man hla lunge were found pro
truding from Ugly gashes. McCarthy 4s
in Jail. , .. f . .
HOTEL CLERK CLARKE
: AND COMBINATIONS
4 Nathaniel K. Clarke, elerk of 4
the Portland hotel, ta not super- e
4 stltlous. but ba runs Into com- e)
4 blnatlooa 'of numbers that he 4s
paaaea to friends who fear tha
a bugaboo of "IJ." "Jt."( "T-ll"
4 and' other myatio combinations
4 ', that have a reputation for boo- e
dooa. ' , The latest, ona be . name 4
4 . across tha other day whea. be4
ordered a berth for a guest who a)
4 wanted to go to BeatUa. ' UrW 4
4 ( la : tha. ooaveraaOoa over . the
4 telephone; - ' ' s -. -
4 . "Hello, depot thla la tha Port; 4
4 land hotel. Please reserve a e
4 berth for nr. jonea. wno la
4 going to Seattle tonight" . . e
4 . "All right, Mr.. Clarke. Ha
4 will ba aaalgnad to berth No. 4, e
4 car Ko. 4, train No. 4, and say,
4 Mr. Clarke, tell Mr. Jonea ba e
4 will have to call by o'clock la 4
4 order to get his Uckat Wa aave . 4
4 them aa later than that'' w
4 . Tlnga-llng. . ,':' '?'.'
HUGHES VETOES BILL
FOR TWO-CENT FARE
(Jearaal Special Berries.)
Albany. N. T Juna 11 Governor
Hughes baa vetoed the t-oent railroad
rate bllL He aaya tha bill la unfair to
tha roads and pregnant of dlaaater. ," .
AMERICAN CARDINALS '
WILL BE APPOINTED
Oearaal Special Berrlss.) '
Rome. June 11. Bishop B tart ha of
South Dakota la Informed by the pops
that one and perhapa two American
Cardlnala will ba apolntaed at tha 8ep-
PRESIDENT GOES TO
-OYSTER BAY HOME
IJoarasI SpeeUI Serrlee.
Washington, June It. President and
Mrs Roosevelt left for Oyster Bay at
1:5 o'clock thla morning. They will re
turn in uoiooer. t
(Jeenal Special Service J "
St Petersuurg. Juna It. A message
from Count Olater aaya Tha Hague
conference la only a disgusting manifes
tation ot Christian hypocrisy.
TAFT SCOUTS IDEA
. OF WAR WITH JAPS
aeorasl Special Serrlee.)
' Des Moines. Juna 11. Secretary Taft
In hla speech today, scouted the Idea
that the united nta tea ana japan would
gO tO War. , ; ,; .'. - ' .
' , Eight Prisoners) Executed.
(Jeernal SDSslal Serrkw.1 ' '
-Riga, Russia, June 11 Eight politi
cal priaonera were executed today. .
Eastern Oregon farmers are already
worrying about thd ecaruity of help for
the harvest . -...
the greatest fuel-savers on the world's market.' And they cost no'more than ordinary stoves. .
in Thirty Days $1.00 ; Per Week Thereafter
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MISS MARION FISn
'; IS MARRIED TODAY
Danghtrr of Kew York Society
( ' Leaders Weds Son of Judge
) John Clinton Graf.
" - " (Jearaal Specisl Bervlee.) '.
New York. Juna 11 Miss Marion
Fish, daughter of Mr. and Mrs) Stuyvo
sant Fish, waa tha most notable of tha
Juno brldea today, whan her marriage to
Albert IS. Gray, son of Judge John Clin
ton Gray, took plaoe in the fashionable
nt. jartmlomew a church. The wed
ding waa a notable Incident socially, for
the guest list included tha most promi
nent namea of New York and Newport
The bride's gown ' waa - of ' cream
ducheas satin, cut In long slmole lines
ana en train, flounces 01 rose point lace
rormea tne trimming ana sne wore a
bridal veil of the same material. The
bride had but one attendant' her cousin.
Miss Janet Fish.
Following the church ceremony there
waa a large reception at the home Of the
bride's parents In East 8event v-elahth
street After their wedding tpur the
onaai coupie win taae nome on &.ong
Island for tha. coming autumn ana
winter. , .. . .
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ATTEMPT TO WRECK i.l
SOUTHERN OWL TRAIN
(Jearaal Special Service.) ' ' '
Fresno, CaL. June 11 Aa attempt
ta wrreck tha Southern Paclflo "Owl" at
a point three mtlea eaat of hero waa
discovered In time laat night to prevent
a very terrible accident A spike and
bolt were driven between the rails,
spreading them apart They, were dis
covered by a track walker a few min
utes before the owl was due. A Korean
named Korlan was arreated oa suspi
cion, . . -
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Don't let your child suffer with that
cough when you can cure It with Bal
lard's Horehound Syrup, a aura euro for
Coughs, Bronchltla, Influenaa, Croup and
Pulmonary Dlaeaaea, Buy a bottle and
B. Langher, Bybalta, Mlaa, writes:
"I have two children who bad crouo. I
tried many different remedlea, but I
muat aay your Horehound Syrup la the
beat Croup and Cough medicine X over
nt SnM k all
If ywor teeth need treatment tha
longer yon wait .tha larger it will
make your bill. 1. .-- V.1
Call at once and let oa examine
your teeth. , Wa will give yon tha
beat Bervlee la every branch of tha
dental profession, and by palnlaaa
methods that will meet with your
approval. When ' desired yon oaa
have T. P. Wise or my personal
service, .:V ' 4 j
17. A. WISE, DenUst
THIRD AND. WASHINGTON BTI.
T. P. Vise. 0. A. Stardevant'ind Or.
f Baffman, Associates ?
: ' run xn soat. .'
The history of Buck's Ranges goes back many years.
It most Interegting, and represents from year to year . ; ".
the most important advancements In stove and range ,
building It is now over 60 years since the first Bucka '
' Stove was built, and from that to the present time more '
ranges stoves bearing the Buck's trademark have i (
been sold than all others. There are many reasons- . ' v-j ;
g reasons -for the Immense output' and popularity of ' . '
Buck's. In appearance apd general proportion they are fa';
. , scientifically perfect. '' The white enameled oven is ab
' o"tcly clean and sanitary. Buck's Stoves and Ranges I
put to use practically all the heat the fuel contains, i -." ,
There is ct misdirected radiation. A dollar's worth of
11 produces a dollar's worth of heat where It is needed. .:
offer to install In your home any
ltAltitV txae W C-fMB.rW se Y g eaa "Swa
Povcily gets mighty
yrell acquainted rath
v a petty spendrr
Saveyoor money and
bay something worth
The very tneat yiano tt is poe
Btble So xaake, wa snake and sell
tow S325. TklM naane ta re
tail store sells far about SMO.
We aem this taa for SS.00 A
MOSmt in ear wood yon. want.
. Rano tlfga Coer :
(Sixth ana Sajrnatda.) ;
r;, vV.-? -.
BXSTOmZS TITAL1TX Have eared theassaaa
nf Naneaa Debility aad laaisiali
They clear the arala. stisagtaea the etrealatlea,
BMke Slgestlea aeifaet aad laasart a aiagaetie
vigor te the whole aslBg. All araiaa aa linn
mtnrma MnuBtBtlr. StOS Bar bos. S Bexas.
(aaraataed to ears or reread bb it. to. Mailed
aeelee. - neoa nee. rarsiaa aiea. vsk, see
Arch St, nnedelpals. Snid at raraaad aaly
Weodwara. Clara Co. '
the Meal remedy to '
Tsetse Mas soda '
: 9 years sf eeree. ' :
of the many styles and : ;
i .. ... '
' " 7
. V'A vr."V.',i V-
' I "1 'rf ' . .
Of Canham & Williams, v
Grocers, Portland, Or.,
.",.T,'r- says : ;
The cereal health- coffee,
tastes like -45c per pound
Java coffee. We use it ex
clusively in my famUy.'W I
at V VV Alt VI V tVS
sell a big package for 25c
II your grocer has not got
Golden. Grain Granules,
fthe pure health building
cereal coffee, tell him to
Srder a case from ! - ; ,
,'",. ',;,. ., 'A r.j ; );''''';
; Mason & Ehnnan
' ffsdhams iCo. v
yziiws & KeiT Bros.
. All boys and; girls 'will
fet ' money to . spend for
burth of July if they read
my "ad" which .1 pub
lished June 1 in The Jour
nal,; The sftme "ad'f will
be publi shed In The Jour-
nal Saturday, ? June 22.
From 10 cents to $5.00, to
all children, with ; excep-.
tion'df.boys v who., smoke
cigarettes A-l. t:r? f'-"
12 FRONT ST PORT-
; LAND, OR.
If You Carry Large
Tou'll And buying here removra a lo4
from your ahoolders and provldea- au
parlor qualities of shelf and heavy hard
wars St leaet cost,." " '" "'.v. , J '
Avery . Co.
-TaTXaVD ST..'' - -
DAKIH0 POWDER I
onoTi a Kin noer
for xmm 0LY
Dr. liKHfM'i OMnpooatf Ssla
s-4 Cxtoa Hoot Pllla. Tbe km
sad eol, rallabls reuieof (us 1B
LaTKU rKHIOUH. Care the WtMi
Fre S ate eos. H.1 U alata ' wra.i
awireas vt. x. t. riinua, ipi rust