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DAILY JOUr.IJAU TORTL'AND, THURSDAY EVEIIINO. AUGUST 1. 1S37.
TUB JOURNAL AT RESORTS
" 'hecMbers can. have The Journal de-
11 v- ' V,t the regular ratea -at the f Gl
owing resorts by notifying tba agents
at ths various places mentioned. 8ub
aorlpUona by mall axa payable In ad
, Vance i
Oearhart Park..... ..P. X Struck
Hot Lake' ...Hot Laie Sanitarium
Seaside., Lewis Co.
Wllholt Springe.. 7..F. W. Mcsrsj
Carson Springs .......
Boyd Bon and Mtnsral Springs Hots!
Caacada Springs... ;....Tbomss Moffott
Collins Springs. ..........C, T. Belcher
Jlwaco. . .T. , .... .. . .. . . . . jLottU Cohan
Marehail Fottangsr and O. A. Smith
Nahcotta ..H. J. Brown
Ooaan Park.........Matthsws Thsdford
Seavlew ....,.. Frank B. Strauhal
. The Braakorsl Tba Breakers Hotel
Ifarqosra Qrand ...... '
...."Tba Story of tha Ooldan Plssee"
Iyrlo "Road to Frisco
Y Star ."Tha Royal Slavs"
Tha Oaka O, W. P. cars, 1st Aldsr
Holladay Pork. ....... .i.. ... .
Conoart ty Da Caprto's Band
Portland Aoadamy Hall..........
Reoltal by Miaa Large and Miss WhlU
Everybody .Is talking about It Prof.
Dsiwe airship trip from Portland to
ord, Oregon, August I. At tha
j.slght of 1,000 faat ha will thrown out
advertising mattar for Ooldan Grain
Granules, tha 100 pervcent pura oareal
oof fee, whioh all grocers sail for 26
oents par package. Hi axpacta to sail
over Oregon City, New Era, Canby. Bar
low. Aurora, Hubbard. Wood burn, Oer
vele. Brooks. Chemawa. Salam. Turner.
JtfarianrJefrereon1 Hlllersburg, Albany,
Tangent. Shedd, Halacy, Muddy, Hariis-
- burg, Junotlon City. Luper, Irving, Eu
gene, Springfield Junction, Goshen,
Creawell, Walker, Saginaw. Cottage
Oroya, Divide Corastock, Anlaup, Leona,
' Praia, Boewell Springs. Yoncella, Rloa
H1U. Isadora. Oakland, Wilbur, Win
cheater, Rosebnrg, Green, DlUard, Mur
tl Creak, Riddle. Nichols. Weat Fork,
Rueben, Glen dale, Wolf Creek. Lai and,
- Grants Pass. Wood villa. Gold Hill. Tolo,
. Central Point, and land at Medford at
. a. m., August f, to take part in the
opening exercises at tha Medford fair.
."George Fowler, an employe of the
city engineer's d apartment, narrowly
7 escaped asphyxiation try sewer gas y ea
ts rday in a manhole at tha corner of
Front and Couch street Fowler, In
company with several other laborers,
had gone to tha Intersection of the two
streets to repair some defect In the
sewer. It was necessary for him to
lower himself into the manhole and
after working for a few minutes Fowler
was ovsroome by - a as. Hi a fallow
workman fortunately notloed hie -oon-
- oition and hastily hauled him to the
" street. , Tha patrol wagon was sum
monad, but Fowler quickly revived In
tha fresh air and it was not neoessary
to. remove him to a hospital. ,
Fewer complaints of shot-tags - of
water have reached tha city water de
1 partmsnt this year than in any previous
year, although tha growth of tha city
-has taxed the capacity of tha system
during tha ' first half of the summer-
Practically all of the complaints have
coma from residents in tha remoter dls
. trlots, people living at ML Tabor being
' tha principal complainants. Hera the
Small plpea do not carry water in suf-
flolent amount to supply adequately all
of tha patrons. Water officials explain
tha small numbar of complaints as dus
to ths fact that since . lest summer
nearly 1,000 meters have been Installed
and patrons, are required to pay for all
f tha water they use. -
Examinations will be held August SI
and 10 ' for tha following positions In
tha federal civil service: Editorial
clerk (male) division of publications,
alary of $1,400 per annum, Auguat ft
and ! Matron and seamstress in In
dian servloe at Pine Point, Minnesota.
Fort Berthold. North Dakota; Bene,
Minnesota; Seger Colony, Oklahoma,
and Warm springs, Oregon., salarlsa to
range from 14 00 to 1420 per annum,
August IS. Wasranmaker In India
sohool at Cbsmawg, aalary of I7t0 per
. annum, Auguat IS. Blacksmith's helper,
alary 1710 per annum, August II. - The
. examinations will be held at Astoria,
Baker City, Eugene and Portland.
At tha resldenoe of William MaoLeod,
ear Northern Hill, a double wedding
waa celebrated last night " Mr. Mae
Leod'e two daughter's. Misses Chassis
and Pearl were married. Miss Chassis
tecama tha wife of R. I BeBott, and
tme r-eari marnea A. w. Buchanan.
Arter me ceremony, .wnicn, waa pro.
. nounced by Rev. Harry Walts., the party
assembled on the lawn, which waa II-
uminaiea wun cninaee lanterns.
Action on tha three franchises pending
before tha St Jobna "council was again
riostnonsd last nta-ht after a aaaatnn tiaA
been called eapeolally to discuss these
measures. . Mayor Couch was auxlaui to
get some action taken, but the counoll
was not ao ready to act A. R. Jobes
made a proposition whereby ths city of
, Bt Johns may build Its own gas plant
. ana not grant any or tna irancblses.
T Tha following articles left on street-
. s . . . . . . . , .
. - j wmmivmj hmj urn iwima y iat
S:"' room 4, O. W. P. building,
I "VV.and Alder; Eight miscellaneous
I , pact!!, two placea pipe, one satchel.
one tuncn Ducaoi, one grain. sack, ft vs
umbrellas, one pair gloves, one pair
s-iassea, one suueaae, oae - key," rive
For stealing newspapers from ' ths
doorsteps of residences whers they had
been ' placed ' by tha carriers, Hymas
Pch warts, aged IB years, of 171 Baker
street, was commuted to tns Reform
-school by Judge Fraser In Juvenile court
Tha will of a. M. Settlemler was filsd
In ths county court for probat y eater-
day. - Ths heirs srs ths widow. Mrs.
: Melissa a. Bettiemier, and a daughter,
" Mra Blanche Stafford. To ths daughter,
Let Us Do Your
: Another story added to our
building enlargea our facilities
almost a1 third. .Equipment up-to-date.
Only steam-heated polish
ers ths kind that doss not burn
In Portland. TemaJs , help
SECOND AND COLUMBIA
Telephone Main 398. ' . .
la bequeathed two houses at 411 and 415
East Couoh street, and tha remainder
of tha eetato Is left to the widow. A
brother, M. R. Settlemler la nanted as
SXSCUtOr. : ;y ' .'..r;
Water throught hose for sprinkling
yards or sidewalks or washing porchss
or windows must be paid for In advance
and ussd only between tha hours of I
and a, m., and I and 0 p. m. It must
not bs ussd for sprinkling streets. - If
used contrary to these rules, or waste
fully. It will he shut off. v
In the circuit court before Judge
CI eland today proceedings by which It Is
sought to have O. M. Smith punished
for contempt of court, was heard. It
is alleged that Smith violated an In
junction issued In a suit by the Se
curity Abstract company against Smith.
r Ths "Free Methodist campraeetlng
commenced last night at Cedar . park,
on the st Jphns. ear line ..with- a good
attendance. Rev. C R. Ebey, editor of
the Free Msthodlst paper of Chicago,
will speak tonights The grounds are in
good shape, and tba accommodations are
good. . ......
? Amusement Council Crest park every
evening. Take a car ride to' this moat
beantlful spot Music, dancing, moving
pictures. Illustrated, songs., sto. Vocal
and Instrumental musio by . the "Ha
waiian musicians.' -
Wsshougal and way landlnga, daily ex
eept Bunoay. weaves
aocx at i p. m. j t - ..-
Womaa'a Exchange, lit Tenth street,
lunch 11:20 to ; business men's lunch.
Aems OH Co. ssll safety coal oil and
fins gasoline. Phone East It; B-1007.
BL W. Moora, axpe'rt photographer.
Elks building. Seventh and Stark, sts.
' Motsger at Co., headquarters Brausrs
nand-paintsa art cnina. m wasn. at.
MsUgers eye glasses iU S4I Wash
ing ten street.
Rooms for rent, Selllng-Hlrech bvlld-
ing. . , J
ZX Chambers, optician," ltl Seventh, y
Berger signs 284 Tamhfll phone.
Bark Tonle tor rheumatism. " -
Beck jeweler 10 Alder.--r
MAY BE MOVED
Qty Attorney Will Decide at
Once "Who Has Charge
of City HalL
'". Whethsr the executive' board or tba
city council has charge of the city ball
la a matter that will be determined at
onoe by the city attorney, and If the
former la named custodlsa It la likely
that the Oregon Historical society and
the county school superintendent asses
sor and treasurer will be compelled to
seek new quarters.
At ths meeting of the executive board
yeeterday afternoon the point waa
rained bv Mr. McPherson when a com
munlcatlon waa read from the officials
of the juvenile court asking that room
be e-lven for court - mimosas. Several
months ago ths juvenile court asked for
Quarters, but at that trme no room
J available. Mr. McPherson said that-stnee
the varioua offlcea now under consider
ation were not, identified with the city
government hei thought they should be
asked to vacate. The county, ha said.
afcould be compelled to prlvide a place
for Its own officers.
For ths use of ths offices occupied by
ths school superintendent and the coun
ty treasurer the county pay a a rental of
SSI per month. Ths rooms occupied by
ths sssessor are paid for la tha colleo-
bv the sheriff. Msv
Lane In referring to this featurs of the
agreement between the county and city
said ths county had been well repaid
for its services regardless of rent since
the county is behind about 1100,000 In
Its tax account with tha cltv.
If the decision of ths cltv attorney
Is In favor of the oounciL then in-all
likelihood the conduct of
the. rooms by the county snd hlstorl
aodiety--wiU go on as nt present. 1
matter, however. Is constant ed a very
Important one, and an early deolsion Is
J Toiind a New Suit Case.
- Evidently Just From the East There
are many cf them, also traveling bags,
hst boxes, etc. Best styles, most dur
ably constructed. All slses, at Robin
son A Co.'s, ! Washington ail on
special amis touay.
Metiger 4 Co, optlclana, 141 Wash.
Market Inspector ETans Ee-
ports That Humane So
ciety Is Culpable In Not
Looking After LiTe Poul
try Brought Into City.
Mra Sarah A. Evans, market Inspec
tor, today, submitted to tha city board
of health her report for the month end
ing July II. 1007. 1 With thig month
Mrs. Evans begins her third year as
inspector. The report contains a severe
criticism of the Humane society which.
shss eye, la culpable in not looking after
tha manner in which live poultry, is
"At tha red u eat of the Consumers
league I prepared a condensed form of
ths national and state pure rooa. law,
of whioh they distributed 1,000 copies
at ths Chautauqua assembly," says the
report '"I have alao been as,kd by
Mrs. MlUsr. chairman of, the national
committee, to prepare a. circular on
'PrMt i., M.rK.r lnnDHUDn in u v-
land," to be sent to the women' clubs
throughout the United States."
The rDort shows that .the inspector
mads 224 visits during the month. Tba
hot weather, sbs says, hsa mads it
dlfflcut to preserve -perishable fruit In
the best condition -throughout ths en
tire day snd several complaints were
received from this cause. With ana ex
r.nllnn. however, it waa not found neo
essary to condemn any large quantity
of fruit With reference to the Hu
mana society, the inspectors .rspon
says: . - '..
VI be 1 leva tha Humane society Is
culpable in not looking af tsr ths manner
In which live poultry Is brought Into the
city. I have called their attention to
it several timea. a Tawoays ago. i
found a box of chickens standing on
ths pavement in the hot sun, so closely
packed 'together they could not stand
up, ana one nsa lis enure hcr ruDuw
bare in its -effort to stand. I had them
liberated, but have no doubt they found
NEVER ASKED TO
SAVE ANY FUEL
Late Skipper of Columbia
Denied Being skedolo
" Eeach Port on Time '".
TO JOURNAL MAN
On One Occasion Hi-Fated Steaunabip
Pushed Ahead in Thick Weather
. Before Disaster at Full Speed With
Dead Mariner on Bridge.
From press reports of the official in
quiry Into the Columbia disaster now
being bald in Ban Francisco by Captain
Berm Ingham, supervising ' Inspector of
the First district, evidence has been
adduced tsndlng to shew that th terri
ble cattatrophe was due primarily to
demand .of steamship companies of their
captains to run strictly on schedule
time, with a mlnimnm consumption of
, That Captain P. A. Doran, the brave
sklppsr of the ill-fated Columbia, who
went down with the ship hs loved. In
all his jnarine experience wesever
asksd by his sm ploy ere to save a ton
of coal, reach port at a specified time or
take any undue chance a with his- veasel
waa demonstrated in a statement mads
by Doran to Monroe Ooidstsln of The
Journal June 24, but 14 days before he
met his death,
Statement to Journal ICaa. - -
The newspaper man was a passsnger
on ths Columbia, leaving Portland on
ths morning of June 24. On tha second
night out Goldstein wss discussing cur
rent events with Captain Doran, when
the subject of marine dlsaatera On the
Parlflo coast, was broached. -
"Is it not a fact, captain." asked ths
reporter, "that the majority of wrecks
in these waters have been' csused by
ths exactions of ths managements of
steamship companlea to run on time and
save coal V
--"In- all my experteneaT- declared
Doran, 'T have never been asked to
reach port at a glven.ilme.-Or burn a
specified quantity or xuei. i am ax
You will be old and feeble and unable to earn your daily
; bread. What will you do then? Will vou be-
, come an object of public charity or a burden on
your children? - Or will you save a part of your
earnings so that when you are old you will haye
ra riice fat" bankaccount to protect you from
want? It don't take much to provide for the
future just a little put by from your daily earn-
' ingy will soon accumulate and form a nice sum
which may be safety and profitably' invested.
The matter is worth thinking about. This strong
. -fj Dame win protect your savings, just a little
rnney.will open an account and the door to prosperity. v
peeled to bring my snip sareiy into port,
but never In all ths years I havs been
running on the coaat has an explanation
been demanded from me as to why I
was late. If a delay In sailing occurs
ths management naturally want to know
the cause. " '
'Ths assets of steamship company
are Its steamers, and they neither want
to sscrlflcs their boats nor ths lives of
fassengera It was only recsntly that
had to He outslds of ths Columbia
river bar for over eight hours, as I
deemed It dangerous to cross In owing
to the fog and high eras. Several of
the unreasonable paaeengera protested
vigorously, and I know that they went
ashore and told what an incompetent
skipper I was. Criticism of thst char
acter does not bother me. The lives of
everyone on this ship are In my charge,
and I am not going to take any chancea.
"I have often crulaed about in the
vicinity of the Golden oate for half a
day watting for a favorable opportunity
to go in. An Illustration of ths dangsr
of haste waa the sinking of ths Rio
Jsnlera A wait of a few hours longer
on the outslds until the fog lifted would
havs saved ths 'vsssel and several hun
. Dost Believe Stories. '
""No," elr, don't believe stories about
captains being forced to take any
chancea with shins or being oompelled
to ssva coal. - The fact that at times
we lay a course within 1 miles of
shore has sroused much critlolsm, but It
Is snsolutelv necessary during north
easters to keep the steamer from being
strained by ths buffstlng of the high
Then the skipper who was so soon (o
go to a Watery gravs resumed bis all
night vigil on ths bridge. Tet in the
face of his statements about not taking
chances the Columbls ejroceeded on he?
fav at full speed, despite the thickness
of the night. ,
rotter Schedule for Beach.
Ths steamer Potter will sail from
Portland. A eh street dock. Saturday, 1
p. m. Qt tickets Snd make reservations
at city ticket office, Third and Wash
ington Street.. C. W. Stinger, city ticket
agant. ' . ,
J Preferred stock Censed sVooes. v'
Allen Ale.wlft Bui -
i Light weight Felt Crushers in
all the popular shades. Just the
thing for outing purposes. . -Se-, -lect
one at our- special price of -
; YAQUINA BAY
Has One of the Finest Beaches
; , on the Pacific Coast
and Is an
', IDEAL SUMMER" RETREAT
It li easily reached, it not n expensive place to vitit. hinxj
cenent hotel gecommodations. afford perfectly safe nd delightful
uxf , bathing- and alltortf of beach pastime, uch clambike.
oyster hunt, fishing, pebble and hell gathering, - etc., enjoyg
mild and inviting climate, picturesque scenery, and all the other it
tractions that can be desired for recreation and pleasure. ' .
NEWPORT is reached by way of the Southern Pacific to Al
bany or CorvallH, thence Corvalli & Eatern R. R. Tram service
daily and the trip a pleasure throughout.' Leave Portland 8 a. m.
Rate from Portland $6.00 for the round trip. Tickets on sale
daily and good for return until October 31. There' is also a Saturday-Monday
'rate from Portland of $3.00, tickets on sale Saturdays,
good for return Mondays. 'Correspondingly low rates from all
, other points. Call at the city ticket office of the Southern Pacific,
Third and Washington streets, in Portland, or at any S. P. agency
elsewhere, for complete information. . - . . ,
y : ;', V'"; "';';'; ' WILLIAM McMURRAY,1 '
General Passenger Agent, Southern Pacific Company, Portland, Or.
(Phone Main ) K
Tonight and AU Week, First Perform
ance on Any Stage,
- STASTCB OTTBH. V - -
Tn the Oreat Mvthologioal Play,
"TatS BTOBT OP TX1 OOUM
Bvenlng $1.00, Ito, lOo, I So. Mat
rose, 76a. SOol- ISe.. . - -J
' Phone Main SS.
This Week the Allen Stock Company
s koab to rmxsoo."
Matinees Tuesday, Thursday, Satur
day and Sunday. Prices. lOo, lOo.
Every evening at Prices, lOo, 2o
Reserved seats by phone. Main Htl.
Office open from 10 a. m. to 10 p. m.
rrmn dm a T Phones Main 4S00
A ALXJ D1AH and Home At14,
"Ths coolest theatre in the elty, :
Prank DeCamp aa Acquilla, the Asteo
Matlneee Tueedays, Thursdays. Sat
urdays and Sundays at 1:10; prices, 10c
and 10c Evenings at 1:1 1-.. prices, 10c,
too and 10c. Reserved seats by phone
for all perrormancea.
TAVsanxui sa Lim
rracuL bzu op nisiaini.
MATXaTntS SATLT, 7103 10c
-Two shows nlghUy at 7:41 and t:S9.
Prices lOo, 10a and box seats,- 18c.
Matinee prices Sundays and holidays,
same as evening.
, Ooneg Taagba and Twemty-f onrta.
July 30, 31, August 1, 2, S
Game called at t l9 p. m. dally. '
Oamea called St t:X0 p. m. Sundays.
SVABZaS' BAT PaUBAT.
ADMISSION 25. '
Grandstand He. Children lie.
Box Seats J So.
' jrmeeeeath Tea Opens SepSsmbee 1.
Pits boys and girls for eastern and
western colleres. Over- two hundred
graduatea admitted td college. An ath
letlo field and thoroughly equipped gym
nasium. Includes an elementary school,
which reoelvss pupils at eta and fits for
the Academy, giving espeolal attention
to reading, apelllng and penmanship.
Thoroughly competent teachefa in both
departments. Office -hours during Aug
uat from I a. m.. to II m. Catalogue
sent on aapllcatlon. .
OK WOMtN ONLY
and Cotton Root Pllle. The best
and only reliable remedy forPE-
. LATU PERIODS. Cure ths
moat obstinate cases In I to 10
days. Price II per box, mailed In plain
wrapper. Sold by dnig gl.ta .every where.
Addresa T. J. PIERCE, 111 First street,
Portland, Oregon. ,
' ' Ice; '
Per lea call Main J 14 or A-tltt. lee
fiaUracK aenmaflJCi til I talk sk ., i ,
II II UP L
PORTLAND ORE'. .'
A Boarding and Day
School for Young. Men and
Preparation for col
leges, U. S. Military and
Naval Acadsmles. Ac
credited to Stanford,
Berkeley, Cornell, Am'
herst snd all Stats Unl
versltlss and Agricultural
Colleges. Manual train
ing. Business course.
Ths principal baa had !
veers1 aznerience In. Port
land. Comfortable quar
ters. Best environments.
Mske reservatlona now.
For Illustrated - catalog
and other literature ad
One of the Most Attractive Beach Resorts
on the Pacific Coast Just Now Is
IT ear the month of the Columbia Slyer, en the Washington
aide, reached from the Olty of Portland em the
. i splsadld exonrsiom . -
XX about s moras.
It Is upward of to miles long, vary broad and level and almost ae .
sf -compact as a composition pavement, it is cottea its entire tengtn witn
towns, oottsgs seiiiemenis. vent cmwp, iuh, hh. "....t"-., T
smusement aeceeaorlea of a popular Summsr beach resort. ITS THB
PXAOB TO OO for rest, health and a good time. Thousands go there
for their Summer ouUng. Try it, t ,
The Potter Sails Every Day
SXOXFT BTTBrDATS AJTB PaUDATS.
, . . ' . . See publishsd eehsdules. - -'-
Fare Prom Portlands Round Trip, $4.00 - : :
. Saturday to Monday Tickets $2.50 .
. Purchase tickets and make reeer rations at City Ticket Offlce, Third
and Washington streets. Portlsnd; ejlnquliofany0, R. JlN.. agent
elsewhere for Information. 7 , '-::-- : .
Lint. KeaRTUAY. Oemeral
Agaat, POBTtvajrD. OI
J. IV. BILL, U. D
Prlaolpal and Proprtesor.
TURK AND QOUQH STRCCTS
SPgeiAL SUMMCR RATES
Kew hotel, f aeea Jeffnsea Ssnsra, Two
blacks from Tea Naae At., the present sbep
plng dietriet. Car Hnes traaaf errins' all eve
city, seas doer. Every saodera eonveniefiea,
SMraMMBiuleereasaita. U0 prrrete bathe.
American and European plana. Prices mode,
ate. Omnibes anais sil trains,
. STEWART BARKER CO.
Ths Hotel Stewart Opeaa September 1st
THE ROGUE RIVER VALLEY
Is ths fSTdeis spot of ths tarth, snd QOLDKN GRAIN
. GRANULES Is ths fiaest drink on ssrth
GOLDEN GRAIN GRANULES
Is s jmrs cereal heslth coffes, sad can be had from tha follow. .
, lag grocers la ths ROGUK RIVER VALLEY v
xa jACxsoa-triajg, oa.
, T. 3. Kennsy
" ' Nunen-Taylor Co,
Ug BrBBPOmS, OB.
B.- K. Warner ' 1
Hutchinson A Lumsden
Miller dt Bwbanka
Allen A Reagan
W. Stringer '
P. L. Crannil
H. Mete di Son ,
nr SBAjnrs pass, 01
H. C Bobsatn
. Kenney A True ...
J. P. Kenney '
-southern Oregoa Supply XT,
T. B. Cornell
- C. F. Dixon.- .
' . TM WOOBTTXZJB, OB.
C. O. Seaman
W. V. Jonea. .
'f XX" CVOXA sTTT.Taj OB.
C H. Farmer , .'
Merrltt Co. -
- nr CBBTBAXi ponrr, ob.
CranflU eV Roblnst
J. W. afsrrltt.
nr PBOBBtz, ob.
Hearn Jk Fisher.'
-nr TAXBBT, OB.
C W. WolUrs
nr ASBXAjrn, oa.
Crewe A Son '
Loemla A Melson
Hotel "Key Route Inn"
22nd Street and Broadway
Sunny rooms, private bathe, long-die
tance telephones, compressed air clean
ing, large lobby, cafe a la carte with
cuisine and service unsurpassed. For
rates, etc. address .
. N. 8. MULLAN, Manager.
Formerly Assistant Manager palace
. Hotel. Ban Fraud soa. ..
sav raA0roo--STrhOTriJf piab onr.
Magle wiiej er ea salts. Blerater, et.ia
kMt, eleetrle llfhts sad all BMSera eeaTral
nm. Strlrtty rlrvt-eWaa. CosTMl.et te aaos
Blaf enters. Oa direct llae froat terry aa4
Third iM TewoMad Sraot. RatM SI ss.
ass glue au, sear V.s hw areaea,.
a. a. u a stb a. kin.
BOle Street, Bet. Powell and Btosoa,
. , - San rraaotsoe.
Strtetly Flrsi-Olass. Absolutely Ptre.
yrevf. US aVxMnaj so with .
D. P. TBEI5S & CO., Wholesale Grocers
. MQDPORD, ORGQON '
M r rrtst-mters for Bontherar Oregon and afertbeni OaUforala, -
fj ""Golden Grain Granule a" is served at tha Moore Hotel. Med-
ford,- OTe., beeaoe the Moors Hotel genres the testirrz
The BRLAK1LRS HOTEL
Ml I II.IH I I
. . VI" t 1
v:?) lit! ; tit's : 1 ft TV 3
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