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We are Going to Celebrate;
Thi Fourth of July will 5onn he Inn ,
and if you htVM not yttt pufallSMd JfOOf
holiday attire it will Im to you'l tdvantftgl
to do so at once. Remember, dsliyi arc
dangerous, anil the prettie st gOOdl are
txHllf sold now. Get your ilres while
you have an assortment to select frORI.
THE MAGNET CASH STORE
Clements . Wilson. Court and Cottonwood ,
WKHNKSDAY, -Ml.'i :;. imil.
WANTKD hASTKKN OIIGOM MKN.
Mncr then is mi Ht i I 1 i t v nl an
Kaiterti uniiii man hecnnnni a
llnite.l States fifiiHt'ir, at laaat (Of
Homo 1 1 on-, the ni'Xt host upeiiinn, lor
an Kastorn (iri'non man i tl Mi
governor, ami sumo roiulil nun irom
Ihll section of the state should lie
H'vi'ii the nomination liy bil purlv
I here is an ul.tiiuhiiti tiinher in
these parts tor the trust ami those who in hi
take an interest in politics should ln reaidattM
tlieir utmost to se.ur r l.i"lerti
Oregon a share nl the eniolnnientH.
Let it lie borne in mind that MM
Eastern Oregon Mpablioao, or two or
three hi them lor that mutter, are en
titlml to patlUdM on the state repnhh
can ticket, ami recount! inn oi thin fast
hnnhl be secured without nirther los
ol time irom those who are "running
the machine" oi that party
The republicans oi Kastem OltgOfl
art) too patient ami content, for in he
ing they are .lento I their rigbtl MMl
lull vol on iii the state govern in Hiit at
Salem. Thov should get together ami
decide upon a liueoi work, ami pttM
their purpose Irom now until the elec
tion. For them to lit Mill an I do nothing
will allow political power to rent en
tirely west oi the moiintaiiiN, which
i injurious to r. astern Oregon ami
gamut the interest oi democrat M
well aH repnhl icana ; in ahort, Ol tin'
whole people ol till" Meet inn.
The time to atrlke i- when the iron
la hot, ami now la the time' Ami Ml
it he aanl in tlna connect ion that an
open river la ilenieil BaMtfB OMfOH
ami the lnlaml K in p i re III general ho
cause thoae living eaat oi the mono
taiua have ilept on their political
rights and allowed UmHMIvM 10 bt
denied a ahare ol the power oi overl ing.
The Kast Oregon ian ia no rcpublirun
patter, tint it would preiur an BM)Uni
Oregon mmUMI in high ntliic than
pbla to prevent the (iihv gang ol
political freelswiters from giving aa
Irrtlirbue to the streets for which
18,500,000 han heen offered in caah. Of
icoitrae the "gift" which the mayor
and ntle r oflUtiall are making goes to
capltaliata who have lief r lendeil the
QtM horde at diver IIMMi II Wanii
nmker and JOfaMOO succeed in pre
venting the delivery oi the gOodl
PbilMtolpbtaBI will doSMMM riae up
and ahow their gratitude.
Laurence t.odkin, a fearless tin'
paper writer, (or years the editorial
head of the New York Kvening I'oat,
ia retiring from the country, hroken
to take up In- permanent
in Knglaml. He line
achieved a real ami remarkable dis
tinction in American journalism, and
alien at the i.e. el of the I'osl he wielded
more influence with the hratns of the
country than almost anv other writer,
although he did seem just mil o( touch
with tin' man' nl hia tellow men.
A TINY auNCHAUSKN.
Kichnrd Murphy, a mite of a hoy,
19 year- old lauded in the Waldorf
AMttfit hotel in New Vork Irom .letter--on
Cit, Mo., an. I mmuiil all who
heard him hy hia wonderful presenta
tion of modern and up-to-date
Muiichauaeiiisius. Father Ihicev of St.
I re ha, hail the midget under
hi" charge ami made a carelul atudv
of him, and also called to In aid
eminent alienist" for examination,
who pronounced him mil only a liar,
l ilt a dreamer. Whatever these curer
of diseased mind" may think unoii the
suhject, there is Ml doubt ol the (art
that tin- chihl is a phenomenon. He
give hi" idea wide scope in discussing
the great subject ol ciii.ital.thc tanner
and the capital ist , Wall street shark",
etc. Father Ihicey prepared (or the
World an interesting account of the
hov, from which a few extracts are
taken. He was suspicious from the
start that a hov so young, with plenty
of means and money in hia own right
and claiming that bis parents were
wealthy, should start around tin
world without tutor or guide, and that
his . i ' . i . should have given, as be
told Father I'ucev, their consent, hut
he later le.irneil the hov bad ran aua
When hi' was presented to me, says
l ather Ihicev, he bad tin- manner and
air ol a hov who bad travelled abroad
to have m representative in position at , w jtl ,,,,.,.. even more ., than
all. This paper ce the need oi awak
ing bhe republicans ol this section to
A DANUKHOUN POWKIt
lu the paat two years almut tkk).
00U.UOU liaa been collected irom the
people, lor apeeial war taxes. Tin
enormous amnoni was aec ureal by levy
ing a cent on this, two cents on that
ami hi mi, drawn I MM I'ucle Ham's
log MM lb ol 7li.U0u,lSsl o, eople.
The indirect tax levying power ia
one that must he entrusted only to
Inmost bauds, lu abort, it is Mich a
MMMf that it is likely to be used o
oppress and enslave, ll is a pOtMl
that can U easily abused without the
people discovering it until II is ton Idle
for them lo correct it. Many n
scoundrel has MMl lostered and pam
pered hy it ami iron, it many a MtffVI
t ion I St has drawn sustenance and proh'
It ia more popular among those i.
are entrusted with conducting govern
nient than any more direct incllna!
i.e. an, it can he made lo yield audi
enormous returns with such lllto can
aud trouble. They care nothing mr
iuity or equality, lor justice MMMCt
lies, but everything lor revenue, a
which they have the distribution.
The indirect method ol taxation Is
Initial i hut it is dangerous because
ol its inequalities and complication
unfairness and injustice, thus MMtiMj
opportunities to the corrupt ami
greedy, tbe parasite and the pilierer
at the exoeusc ol the worker and pro
ducer, the industrious and euterpris
ing. It is a (tower which should have
no existence under republican lorm -oi
government, lor a republic lllOUld
levy taxes for the need uiilv ol Q0d
government, openly and aUive board, I jpJJJj ,7V
children like the Ooilhls, though he
wa" not dfWMd in the simple and
faultles- manner of these children.
Ilia ciistumu was decnledlv Western;
Ills little coa ami Scotch tweed cap,
his shin and collar were mil at all in
keeping with the seeming Millsb ami
precocity of his mind
When presented to me. he extended
his baud and "aid: "J am glad in
meet you. l ather, I have read much
about ymi in tin' West. "
I said to It i iii "I have MMl in
formed that you are the editor and
proprietor oi a paier. Will vou kindly
tell me what Is the policy of your
pai-r, the extent of its circulation,
and the revenue it brings vou '"
He MMMMKIi "Yes, Father; the
i4iei which I edit is called the See
tabu ll w.- started as a little school
lutper by my teacher and was written
with the ieh." In u very simple wav
he added "ll attracted a great deal
of attention and 1 imun dutch made
arrangements n, print the paper. I
have lour presses." Hi- meiitnnied the
name m me presses, I caiiuol now
recall with correctness l he name, and
be added "1 have ouu large Hoe
press. 1 '
I asked him if he lorwarded edi
torials' in his iMMMt. He said, "Oh,
yes, certaiulv." He said his uaer
MM deuiiK-ratic, hut be was not a
-iiver democrat, but he supported
Mr Itryan stren,n.iil y, as he was the
nomiuee o( the democratic party.
"Mv hoy," I said. "I am surprised
that you attempt tins trip around the
world alone. What is your father's
business." He answered : ".Mv
l.itiie, a capitalist; be is tbe bead
of all the street railroads in our part
ol liu- eouatfr."
rule bjl many king We liHVe oil
kings. steel kinifs, money kings,
upper king" and sugar kings, and I
think all this is w rong. "
'Why do you think trnsts and inon
opolies are wrong'.' asked Mr. Keene.
0'iietlv gesticulating with bis little
hands, thla mite of a twelve-year-old
boy answered promptly, "I am op
posed to trusts and monopolies, Mr.
Keene, for this reason: The concentra
tion of capital for the greater wealth
of the tew is an injury and an in
justice to the smaller prndurers and
p BD tli lie trusts and monopolies seek
hv the c mi entratioti of Wealth to
gather the smaller plants into their
(lower, control them, and wipe the
smaller pnalucers out of existence, ami
when they have got possession of their
plant" Kiev then dictate their measure,
and say to their victim, 'You must do
a- we wish you to do; you must do
business as we dictate. It you work
vou must work our way, and we aball
dietiitt' your DOtri pall tat loll 1 This is all
wrong. Mr Keene; it is a v lolation ol
the llbtrty ami just rights given hy
Uod to man."
Then turning to Mr. keene the hov
limsheil his conversation in this way,
on the capitalists of the east and the
tame rs of the west.
Mr. Keene. the great dilllculty
with the pooplaSboro in the Kast is
they don't understand the farming
classes ni the Wet." Mr. Keene verv
kindly said, "Hon't thev, my laiy"
'No, sir," said Kicnard; "I don't
think thev do. Why, Mr. Keene, I think
Nebraska and Kansas are two of the
greatest states in the union." "Whv.
H hov " Mr. Keene asked, "do you
"Well, Mr. Keene, first, hecau
the character oi the men they pnaluce;
secondly, because oi the richness ol the
soil ami ils products. I 00 'I you think,
Mr. Keene, that the tanner in Ne
bratita and Kansas tilling tbe soil,
wearing homespun and living an up
right and honorable lile before (lod,
a man w ith true character, is a better
(crsoii than the wealthy financier here
in the Kast making money putting up
railn.ad schemes, living sumptuously
every ilav, dressed ill tine clothes and
with no real character or honor betore
God and man ." '
Mr. Keene received this remark with
verv line humor, and seeing the hoy's
demagogic notion ahnul wealth in anv
lorm. said to him : "My hov, von are
mistaken. There are many tarmers in
the Wert just as tricky and more tricky
than the persons you have in view,
and there are plenty oi men here en
Mttod in finance in Wall street, men of
the higheit honor, whose word is as
sacred as any written contract, and to
carrv out that word they will sacrifice
all Kiev possess rob no one and lake
advantage of no one '
Then I la f Of Mod the hoy that he
must not arrive at these general and
"weeping OOmMmMMMMI and accusa
tions against men ol means; that what
he said wa not generally applicable,
though appiuaiiie in some DOM0M who
are regarded as sharpers aud whem
men in the street avoiil as unworthy
oi trust ami onnflilonoa
Best stock on the
Tuleolioiir connection ut NMlch.
(Intss Pilot Unck or PendlstOtl.
...LEE'S LICE KILLER. .
A iiire remedy for lice and mite.
International I'oultry Fond keeps the BOM healthv. lima grit aids digestion,
Hone meal give strength to vming chicks
A clean, inoffensive but nutritions fertilizer lor your lawns.
C. F. Colesworthy p,)U,try 55 ,ice SuPP'y ,,ePl
$,).()() per Day and Upwards.
In the Maclfic
BEST FOR THE
r - 1 1 1 fi t 11 n juiu, Iumi ! li nii Hirnl of lb
1, , , v , , , ,1 Ml r III Im K- f .!
, ll, lie Will lorci. lb th lllHUl till
wnl iii hi-' r I'HI iMilaon, 1 .4iti( rotis thf antooth
t. , , uai .. il 't way ol krit M lxwl
EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
I'I.-i.h:iiiI 1'illtalil,- I',, I. 111 1 .! Oh.mI li.iOood
Km. r Slcki . . IVMki'li. n llrll'. 10. 1 snail) CMII
I I.. IV 111. I ... i... auil- mil Ixiuklrt on
I.. .III. V.lillVM '
rnauu Dili" caoMTi "" MM
KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN
Oon't Cut Corns
Uon't do It Youraell Don't
Li Anybody; do It
W h.it man or vveinun
OfeHM ah'1 I' ilLil ol
m l BOBO) hia en r ii
will ma glfoMMMaM
For '4.1 frills ) ull git
.Special Kate to bastern Oregon people visiting Portland Meadquartars
fortourlata and commercial traveler h. C. HOWHKS, Manacer.
MAim I I expert people to know w hai
nU VV LVa T UU you have to sell If you don't
The new store can never be A rNl innXIQC')
known unless It advertises MU V Cm I lOCl :
IE- g CLASSIFIED ADS.
ftc each estrn 0ODMT aKVHN VVOKbH Ti TIIK LINK. lis- each extra
liissrllou. tue Hov, or more, par mock, at Ids ralaol I per line insertion
TIIKKK LINKS MIL'K LINKS KIVK LINKS MIX LINKS
I time Joe time 25c 1 Hole : I time i
i 1 1 las itx i limes Sk .'limes in. I times s-
S times in- 1 1 linen I tt ii men . . times &t
lis-i-. ii additional t.v earh aMllloaal HeaaeHad itiousi Me each adalUaaal
uiwrtiou. luaerlinii MiafMM himtii.iii
HANKS ANh UIIUKKHS.
omcc Hours. K'Uilia. m.; 1 to i
wiii lonassMWi assspaM, m.ii
oi ... . i svori .'.ti. t..ii i,.
li t mailer VhSfS U Is. ll'.a l.iiiirynii
iii.fiiN.i it ui ik.m u.rtm n.ir it 1.
Kuxi.r. a i iianiit-rtti i .altp. aalvea
an I lilaat. i - an w nrtulv- liili'.
iii the lignt oi day ami with the
greatest Inci toe, so that a wav t.irei
though a (ool, in. IV no! he ilei. iw.l
nor de(rumlel, abused nor oppressed as
a taxpayer. An honest man is always
direct and so should a government la
in its method and polioie.
There are a few men who are clamor
ing fur the reorganisation ol lie demo
cratic party, but most ol them, it not
all, supported MoKinlay (or preident
l)tb III I.S'.ti. .iml IMO. If they should
aueeaed in reorgauiiiiug tbe democratic
party it would be as much like Die n
publican party as two peas in a pod.
With two parties )um alike (lie mom-v
davii would feel at reat aud be tilled
with cajutent, a it would then make
o duleretiee to him which one was en
trusted with power.
John Wauauiakur and Albert Jobn
aau are working tugethei in 1'liiiadel-
4lMf talking with the laiy for some
tuue rather Ihlcoy presented him to
Mr Ke.ne, who invited him to take
a seat beside bin, where he was din
ing in the palm garden
Mv Isiv," said rather ihicev
' this is Mr .lumes keeiic "
Kichard turned to me and said with
lurpriaa, "What, rather, is this .Mr.
Jaiuat U Keene von notice lis nil.
Which I omitted , the
great Wall street broker"1 I answered
es. Mr. Keene said lo bun wilu a
vt ry paternal air, ".My boy, Kaliur
Ducev tells me you are the pruprh ' r
of a paper, what is the policy of your
paper'.'" Kichan! answered, "Demo
cratic, hut 1 am uot a Hryan democrat :
1 do not lailiave in free silver. I
think .Mr. lirvau is u sincere man and
means what be says, but the silver
plank in the Kansas convention that
nominated .Mr. Hryan was a mistake
"I have no sympathy with Mr. Mc
Kinley or the republican party, for
the republican partv ami Mr McKiu
ley are tbe slaves of wealth, trusts aud
monopolies. I do uot believe in trusts
aud uioiiopolie 1 do not believe in
imperialism, expansion and militar
ism; I am oppoied to avert thing 01 this
sort, for 1 think if is wrong. I am
opposed to imperialism, Mr. Keene, for
Ibis reason -this governin.-nt was
founded on the abolition of kiuga; im
perialism is contrary to the spirit of
tlie constitution ol the I mted (States.
We aboliaJwd kings and founded a re
public, but now we aie returning to
"IK- that Mill t
til -lav r.ii thla ar
III. lit tU,- .-I IV
titr work liiiictm ami i ' 0111 v it
.t. 1 a. 1 igbtniag" kkk
Imt ir eorita, aun. i.ar.r.-i t.itiai
Ist-t ,.., t. 1 1 , ai t.r , .
i runilr! II It il.'a iiul d.. all
l'.i. HrtH i rriai i mi r-iii 1 . 1
paKMNAM A .. tAiJ t .. f t mjtf . t icm,iu
Where to speiii. tiic SuumitT.
A Natural Health Resort.
Good Fishing and Hunting
All kinds of ...n-. HlHsiting galleiy,
Howling alley, Cnapiet ami Dancing
lelephoiie Couuet'tloil to all atillts.
Mai! three time per week.
Endicott, Warren 4 McFaul,
l.lll I M AN, C)Kl-Xi()N
Open day aun uiJit
Under new management
Regular Meals 25 cts.
NOON Ll NCIIKON
g MHIHU DIN Nik
Meals a la Carte,
lislge Suppers. VSediliuga, KaooplloiK, Hall
itUeU, .'tc receive pvial allsutluii.
Geo. Sloll, Proprietor.
dk. w. o, ugli ornua IN JUOU THK I-.VKMKII H BANK ok wehtdn
Wssuju, Orsfou Uoos a gsuersl bankuia
iiiiiii . Kacoauie bougm ami will i .
Ivcllnu. prom in i v ati-iehl i Affnin in muai
oxcvlh-ut con. Ilium an.; ae re-r (-.t jimiii Ii,
in voslisal Inn com til 1 1 tee ol i.-i-u.llilu iiK.ii
ofllcera K lainesuii. urcanlrii: , oeu W
I r. i..i. Tin prasltlsni.C. II. Pitrco, eaaliivr
J. S. Kiltgurc autsiu casliler, illrccuiri
tl A. Hantaan M H. Juiini, 1. f, files, U. 1'
draw, I If. ,. i kooort Jauosou. U. W
KIKHT NATIONAL HAN K Oh ATHKNA
"i. Capua!. KSj.uuu. aurplua tad prottta.
fr.,oi luterost on tin tlepoalu Koala In
Jorcign aint lioiiisatlc eicliause l olloctlou.
p Hi lelspaooo 77
k. w. vini;knt. m. d. okkick kkai:
ol rirsi National Bank Officii lioura lo Ui 1.'
a. m. ; l to a p. m
DUH. 8MITH A HKNDKHMON OKKIl'K
ovsr Hsailletoii oaviug. Bank. YelepOooe i.
resilience UrirplioUH ,
U. ti. liAKKIKl.lt. M. D , MOM K' I'ATH
lc Hhyslclan ami Muraeou OSIce In lit'
Hullillng Telephone . office, black Tl; rvil
lance, black 21
J. U MU.I.KK, M. 1).. DKHI'AIN BLOUK.
lieai- ami correct ete Iruublva. calarriial
en i' iii 'ii- nil i uupsircl n.iariiiK
properly rtlluil lor riiraclivo crrera
" -asses casliler
piouip.l) siteiide.l u. Hcuryl A.laiui uru.
I'lflll 1 J kirk. TUe-nrealilrlll: K 1 Har
u-1 asltiSTi lira K. L. torooll, saslilaut
llil. 1). J. M'KAl'l., ROOM 17. AS.Stlt'lA
lion bhx'k lelcptioue si, reanlruce l.-ie
pboue, black 1(1.
osiKoi'A run I'll vsit'iANw, uum.
Koyos a keysa. Oltii-e oue block wost ot Hop
KIK8I N A I'lO.NAI. HANK OK PKNDl.K
leu i aiii. l mm, . iiri.ei,. Ini.iim Iran,
acia a (euural banking bitiii-a Kscbansi
ami iclsirauaie iraiislsrs aohl uu I'hluaso. Ssn
Krau Hco N. York mnt prim ipa poluta In
Ul Sorthwaal liralt. lirawu on rblaa, Japan
ami Kuropa. Uiikaa colioctlona on resa-iuabii
tortus. Lavl Anken. prasnlem. W r Mattock
rlco-prsaMi'ut . t:. . Wade, osablsr, U. f
Uuvmsoy, aasuiaui eaablsr
TIIK I'KN Kl.K'I'ON HAV1NUH HANK
HxlnlleUvn IUiiii llr.iu.-l Mareh I law.
caini1. l-a'.OUli; turpi . loi.n.. lui-ai ai
DK. J.CHRI8TIK, V'KTKRIMAIO HUB
laou. araduau- ol in. Koval Vateriiiarv eel
lege, b'liiiouiKii. -i-.uiaii'i i.aie sov ei li iuoii
veisriuary inap. . lor lor V nl. iliaincl. H. 1
jwhwms auwia ui in am i. iroais i on svi n-ntMi, 4veu lo iuIIc tloiu. W i Kiirnn)
r. . ,r'v" te.c.i ni uiinuurcisi ereaiiK'iil I N fosi yuvDiei dcui T J
Wmm4 aim. nr.- hlaakaaa Un. I L u. .. "ivim ucbi, I. J
.y a iii. iu, i, lowc.l on Hue l pualla. hu liaum b., mhi
suit sohl on all pimclpal noinis. Bpocial i
ARCH1TBCTS AND HUI1.UKHS. IS l',, Ml rll VOLLOWIHa HI-
scrlbml animal has boon taken uo hv tha
T. V. HOWAltll, AKOHtTKCT AND 8D- ' " Marshal ami villi tetolq ai Ibe 0ipiriiou
parlnloaUaul, makoa cooipuu and reliable '" u'" "la lor i .,.i- an ', "vpeuict.
alaui (or bulldlust lu the oily or couulry. KrA horse alunii : year, olil liramlsd
boo tn 17. Ju.td bulMiug Irlaunle on ia(i .Uoul h r au.l Ull lnpn, on
on rlglu ia., i. U'i weigbi about l o pouudi
SI1KKK At idl.K, fONTIt MTOKH AMI BsMdJuae T.Ull.
bumlers ktluualtts luruialiml on tborl no- I HKAIHMAN. 0t Martbal.
lice Job work a Sa-ciallv I'ronpl sarrice. '
Shop on Bluff struct, usar Matu snvel IS rHIUND-THK II KKKI N AKTKK DK-
- won-i anKt us iwii Uai up n. .
AND I IT martUal ami "ill b, mM ai tuc evpiriiioi.
- J" " .'. nun i- ii.'Ur.
.) bsk ursnuwi .v i. on nglu lup u,l
D A. MAY, t'ONTKAi' I'OK
buil.ler kttiuiau-a luruithdl on all km 1- ol
utaaoury. euieut sralks, tluui -walls, etc. Or
sen. can be led at tbe ha-. Orasouiau office.
K. A. VAIIUHAN
In I inlit Suliaiug
II on left liniilir, vvciglit about
about ye u old.
uaicu July . . .
J . M
IATBMAM, 0tt Martbal.
v AUiM. v BALKY, ATT0BNKY8 AT
Law UMi e in MriBgl Hank Hull tm,
HKAN A I.OWKI.I. AI'i'OKNKYh AT
Laai Hoviai 11 Aaaomaiiuo Hiock iSmdla
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T. U. HAI1.KY, l.AWYKK. OKKIl'K IN
Judd Hiilldlug I'cll.lk'lou. Orogou
N HKKKKl.KY ATTORN BY AT ..AW
Office 111 Aaaui lallmi atock
No i ifi; io I'osTKAi ions. NOTIUK
l. bcreby sivsn thai IhcSirwji loiiimituie ,ii
lbs i ..in in, .ii r.iuii. ii .,( o... . .... ..i .. .r;. 1
tun III ... .77" 1 tll'lll'lOII
,mD u. our Ul'isior III. Kli IIIK Sil l uravul
J '"K oj Wakh rcei iruo, it,, "a.t hm Sf Cl
,. .. ..Mm- tii nui oiuak sireot All bids
and lor earlii tiaulrd off
I Maid ura.hnu ami araveliinr lo h.- ...
Ill ii i i I ' ecilie.in,i now o
lie lu ibe Kscorder - office Meaiurement. ,
ne made bv lbs l it Kngiu.sr bi.ls u. t
riled in ibe recorder'- ottie. on oi U-iW JUJ
.' ' ,T " llr met lb. .tain lo
A. U. H K A T l K , 1). ll 8. OKKICK OV
aTtu(k Hank i.as adinluliwued
K A MA MM I1KNTIUT IS auu.KMi In b, l,,r ..-,1, ,...i .1 ... ." .
i.. nejnwiA , - - ' ! aia. i-. llSllltSl oil
I... uib . u n , , . . , and lor . ..... ,. ..... , ., en
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Not a Rival n Sight Anywhore
when tbe linen that has been .lone lip
r, t."t Domestic Utin-lry is pu m WO;
?r."t will. tl.Ht Ut.n.lere.1 anywbere in
h.teM Oregon The beauty o our
la'un.lrvworlitniikesH, jua. V pro.,,
and we leel I ke crowing everv tun
v..:. ,,e .liffr-rence ... out sut-er J
nloriad lin.sh .... tha ihirto, oln
tad cuffs .lone lp by our -Mthpdl
the linen worn by anyone in the ui.
Deocttk Steam Laundry.
Oregon Lumbef Yard
For bams anil .1 welling.
(Cheaper Hum tin.
Hm Kim- I'aper.
Lime and (kimeiit.
Brick and Sand,
Screen DoonA Window
Sash and Doors,
Terra Gitta Pine.
Borie & Light, Prop's
Alta St., opp. Court Houae.
When v.m drink
Oiiinntiod Q-i to
mw btadichi or
Ask for It
Schultz Brewing Co.
nsmiiT Tlm Sehedula ....
sob Prom Pendlaton. r5,n
riiiisito- Hslt l.sks, Denver, Fort
Portland Worth. Omaha, Kan
Hiieclal saa city, Ht. Ut,
ft :ar5 p. m. Chicago ami Kaat
Innton Atlantic Halt I ake, Hen re r ft
Kxpress Worth, Omaha, llan
6115a.m. sas City, Ht.bouls Chi. i0.,.
vin Hunt cane ami Kast. 1U'40P--
I us; ton.
Mt hal Walla Walla, Uvwlston
Pasl Mall HMkane, Wallace, Pulj
I. a m man. Mlnnnannti. u.
via Paul, liiluth,MllWu.i P '
Mpokaiie. kee, Chlcafo and Kan
Ocean and River Schedule.
All salllDK dates sub
K:imp. ni Jeot Ui rhango
Kor Han Pranrltco 4
Ball every Ii day.. p
Dally " j
s-eepl Columbia rtivnr
p.tn Tn Astoria and Way ,, L
- rdaj i in.,. ' " HUB
to p. m. I
I Wlilamatte River
.Hun. lay lOregon City . Newbors iv
f. a in Hslem. In. lepemlcncsiK.
! ami vW-l.al.dl.ia'. ! !
Ra m. Corvalll. and Wav- ia.
' RlVOPi ja, m
f ''I'r. OffMB City, Dayton Mou Pti
ami Ml ami Way.Undlntt. anrtfrl'
Dally Klparla to l.e-isloti ZtU'
K W.si.av. As.nt. Pandit
Km OhiaMMi St. Paul. Ht. lxnis, Kan
as City, Ht. Jue, Oui.Iih, aud
All Points East and South
Portland and point
on the Sound.
Arrives Mondays, . ednesdaya anil rrlaariii
111 n. 'luc.day..Thiira y.ainl Ssturliri
at HAS a. m.
Depart! dally oxc.pt H'uulay at tlSn m
POl lulOrBMUOB reKar.llUK rate, ami acooa
limitation, call on or address
" ADAHH. Altai.
- n AI DKKMKAI), a, P. A..
Mails Wall Wash
TR UCK1 NG,
ST OH A G E.
Ho.d by JOHN MCHMim
The Louvre Saloon
iloaler in .
CR0WNER & SON.
TELKPUONK MAIM 1
To go Fishing
or (or a call to make a call
ti ieiiiine Mum 7W.
IKM"' Depot Stable.
K. 1. BOYD, AT'roKNKY AT l.AW.
L. 11. KKK0KK. ATl'OKNKV AT LAW.
J AMKh A. KKK l.AW OjrriCI IN J HDD
BTILUIAM ,v PIBBUB, A.TT0BNBY8
at law. Koouis 10, 11, l and i.v Association
n jeet anv or all bi Ii
listed this jsih dav ol luus lik)
J v. hs vvi, lirnrtii
sTKan i i ikk.
" ""'i iruaiiis will L, ...
Mlvtsd by the jUdjISlBUea. scbo.,1 couilito
or. lor school dl.lri.-i No. .;. eubi uiilH. ..i
ol Psudlswo. Sir the ,rs, t.ui, ol KttKlld
ins. tl.e ui.ler.al ,. Inch will U t wiled by
the MMItullatiou.rt and plauad uu ,h.
srtinu l Plans hu, ai-, i..-i tr" ,ue
al The.he llow..dr. architect off I. -jjfigl
.,J?i!U!! P.nl-- all! l re vl.T
uj. ... -vim lay, jiu io, nun (ile (
I Li Ray & Co.,
Uuy aud sell
Ml ... margins
Now York Stock HclMnc
Chicago Board ot Trad.
UUBT THINK OF IT!
rihreo-liiiirlhs of the t iu fas
einiuly are 111111; ...i. hariica. ami sadJI"
tlieotliur iinirth haa ju.t .ominoiiced "!
ihein. All Uu giioa lu allow thai ours art kU
PIKHI.III.AiWand I'KIUKH Kliilll 's
a einnpleie stock ol Collars. Spurs, Brink
" blii, Hweat (Milt, pack sail. lies, MM.WP
luatbvr, ion is, waguu covers, canvas, all listi.
Leading Harness and MaddlarT-
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL
PUR SALS OR KXCHAKUK.
reservin,: in. right io n-jecl anv ai ,1 al, h, .
PuiidleuX July 1, Isoi b,,i'
He boo I louiuuaaiouert
TO PUT UNDKK UAH
peu, ou thlv. -.iu ...
lor wrsoDlua a
a ML'va; 01 v li.,1... ........... ...
.. ...... DA iieu.-ir. ruvv r.ll li.t.MI- i lll.l i.:, 7 e'- fuaea
Hue engine ami all lUlurea couioleW lauka llfiWSnanrS i,,. u H"1'" '" u'e
piping, battery sud cle.ir" tXr. .1 .t luw 'Wajldpci huaMm jiIom ,,,,,,
price or win etciiange lor cordwood. J. Clove, al THK KAMI OKKiiONlAr. OKKiiV J .?
Peudleluu, Oregon lui. Oreaou -"-ia oppick, feudU
W ood uloe anu dry.
Office roar ol 6aviUgg.h,wk
irr li I H
'If V If L
; if II a all hi I 9 I-H
. "liMLMliAMil MDBoH
ti1 '1 IwML'pSailpr 9
'a2sKifllH IP m
mn mm Ha Iia' vB
BMB Z. He
"H Hr V
Cor. Court and Johnson Sts.
fleam heal. Kleclrlc LlghW. -
Auerloai Plan, rates fi .i. to
Kurupvan plan, h0 , 7av. J'7a
Special rates by aisek or --
Frae Bua neU ail 1 raloi
Commarcial Trade SolkluA
Fine Sample Kooms
.ciikl Attention divan U
Country I mile
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