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THE DAILY STOKIAN, WEDNKSDAY MOltNINU, NOVKMBKtt 5, MINI.
JOHN T. LIGHTER, Editor.
Telephone No. .
TKKM8 OF Bl'BSCRirUOX.
Sent by mall, per yetr $600
Bent by mall, per month 50
Delivered by carrier, per month &
Bent by mall per year, 8 In advance,
postage tree, to subscribers.
All communication Intended for publi
cation ahould be directed to the editor.
Business communlcatlona of all kln.l
and remittance muat b addressed to
The Astortan guarantors to Ua sub
scribers the largest circulation of any
.tewsiuiper published on the Columbia
Advertising ratea can be had on appli
cation to the business nuuuurer.
The Weekly Astortan, the second oldest
weekly In the state of Oregon, has, fcext j
to the Portland Oregonlan, the largest
weekly circulation In the state.
J no. r. Handley Co., ars our Port
kand agents, and copies of The Astortan
an be had every morning at their stand,
UI Third street
Tk "Astttrlaa" hereby nffen to dnnato
! Hl'NURKD DOLLARS o 81. Mary's
Bwpttal, ryaM demand to Father
Dtolmaa, wheaeeer legal cTldeace Is pro
m4 shawtag that aay afteraooa aews
papor siablUkad la Astoria kas prlated
wttkda tha lut atasty days expiring W-
Sore tkda o(Tr a slagl special" o
Umr kind of "telegraphle prna report.
manlved oenr thn wires entering cither
f ib telegraph oKm la Astoria, from
ay point onUlda of Oregon.
Astoria, Or., October 15, 1896.
Republicans, look after the primaries
If the tickets selected at the primaries
today don't suit you. blair.e nobody but
yourself; and don't revenge your own
neglect of polt-l duty at the expense
ef the city's welfare by going to the
polls next December and voting some
fosllixed Democratic hack Into office.
In their jubilation over . McKinley's
election the Republicans of Astoria do
not want to forget the Importance of
attending to the affair, of their own
city government. The primaries to be
held today for the selection of candi
dates to the city council seem to have
been utterly forgotten. This Is a mis
take, and one, too. which may result In
many future groanlngs and complain
ings. Instead of thundering away at the
Nicaragua canal, or memorallxing the
congress of the United States on the I
subject of providing a more elaborate
system of Pactflc coast fortifications
than the general of the army has seen
fit to recommend, or for which the de
partment of engineers have prepared
plans and specifications, the Astoria
Chamber of Commerce would more
nearly serve the functions for which It
was created by taking up some of the
local projects which are just now arous
ing so much concent In the minds of
thinking Astorians. A new hotel, the
revision of the city charter, the con
struction of a sea wall to keep the town
out of the bay, and the establishment
of range lights in the mouth of tjie riv
er are all of inf nitely more imprrtar.ee
to this city ihba tlie numb'er of b.g gu..s
at Fort Stevens: and so far as the Ni
caragua canal is concerned, anything
the Astoria Chamber of Commerce is
capable of doing or saying in that re
gard would attract about as much at
tention as the noise made by a house
fly traveling across the head of a basj
Mr. Hanna's Infernal conduct In keep
ing up the price of wheat after election,
ending It. higher up even. Is the most
startling evidence we could have of the
tremendous force of the Money Power.
He fa doing It, of course. In the hope
f damaging Mr. Bryan's efforts tu re-
pen the silver campaign and keep
bimetalllsts" cheerful and active for
the next four years, but it must cost
him and his money power backers a
handsome sum. Moreover, Frewen,
who is still In this country, reports to
the contrary notwithstanding, ought to
figure out this sum for us. If he cannot
s?t it, nobody can, for our native-born
arithmetic men are mere babies com
pared with him, as his "election fore
oast" showed. He can led in advance
all the Central Western states, Includ
ing Ohio, for Bryan, and afterwards
saw in McKinley's carrying all of them
by unprecedented majorities on election
day a "handwriting on the wall" in fa
vor of international bimetallism. Ilan
na sees this handwriting, too, and that
is clearly the rc-ason why he 13 holding
up the prlee of wheat at such awful
cost. If Frewen can expose him and
make him Quit, he will do the sacred
cause of bimetallism the greatest ser
, vice it has ever enjoyed, fur so long
as wheat continues to adw.ee, it w:II
be impossible to re-open the campaign
The new business boom launched im
mediately after election was largely
the result of accumulated commen lal
orders placed with wholesale houses and
manufacturers before election, to be
filled in the event cf McKinley's election,
and to be cancelled if Bryan were the
winner. McKlnley was elected, and these
conditional orders, that had been ac
cumulating for weeks, and perhaps
months, have been filled, or are being
Oiled. This explains the business boom
which the East Is now enjoying, and
also why the effects of the restoration
f confidencegbave not yet been mate
rially visible in this section of the ex
Hume West. There are, however, other
evidences even here that the election
of McKlnley and the success of sound
money have been powerful restorers
of public confidence, the very first and
most Indispensable requisite to better
times. But let us not expect too much
In the way of general prosperity until
the country ban had time enough to
build up something of what has been
torn down by three years of adversity.
Let us be patient, be satisfied with a
steady move forward In the rtuht di
rection, and feel assured that wt have
really entered upon an era of aood
time, though we cannot hope for the
bent period of prosperity until there
has been some little further lapse of
Just now the lVmocratlc party Is un
denting the process at disintegration,
which, curiously enough, it pavs
through at what mlahl le called slated
periods and rcsulnr Intervals. Vio
ever reviews Us history will observe not
only the regularity of the recurrence,
hut the operation of the same anttve-
dent conditions and compelling cans a
11 has always quibbled and pettifogged
to win; always been ready to sacrifice
principle to votes, and the end ef It h;n
always been pr.utieal diMntegratlon
and collapse from Itteompatlollity of
the discordant olvments, and then a
new drpai-ture. Th.il was the story of
its fatal weakness In-fore slave-holding
aggression, which ended kn such dlsa
ter. Since then the party has cvh'dled
very folly In finance, from flat money
to fro? silver: hiut cultivated the favor of
every crank who had a constituency or
a hobby; has. In short, baited Its hooks
and spread Its nets for every sort of
political fish that sw ims, from Jelly fish
to shark. In Its hunger for olllce antt
eagerness for votes It shrank from no
sacrifice, refused no concession, but was
ready to profess anything or promise
everything so It gained votes. Hence
the motley crowd of cranks and dema
gogues that constituted the Chicago
convention; hence the silliness of their
nolmlnatlons, the wild outgivings of
their platform, and the wretched Imbe
cility of their campaign management.
The result Is what we now see going
on party disintegration. The old lead'
era, who had whatever capacity there
was In the party, have withdrawn In
disgust and flocked by themselves. The
men now In control have neither the
ability nor the experience requisite for
the function of leadership. They are
all at sea already. Instead of under
taking to heal the differences, they ag
gravate them: instead of trying to unite
their dissevered organisation, which Is
absoluetly essential to future success.
they proclaim their purpose to perpetu
ate the breach and compel the Sound
Money Democrats to organise and act
independently. Mr. Bryan either Is, or
thinks he is, the head of the regular or
ganisation and the fountain of Its
authority. He does not hesitate to say
that the doors are shut against the
Democrats who voted against him at
the late election. He gave fair warn
ing before election to all Democrats
who were contemplating leaving the old
party that they must "take their bag
gage with them," for they would not
be permitted to return. It was hardly
wise to utter such a threat before elec
tion; It Is simple Idiocy to repeat it
now, when there Is nothing to be gain
ed but everything jeopardised by It.
But Bryan is the only recognised head
of the regular organization, and what
he says goes. Of course all his follow
era are not fools, and the logical con
sequence of his plgheadedness will be
presently the falling away ,ln large
numbers of those who faithfully sup
ported him and the further disintegra
tion ,of the demoralised Democracy.
And then? Well, then probably a new
departure, and, for Republicans, a new
struggle for ascendency with a Democ
racy that has suffered for Its mlstaks
ani. let us hope, learned s miething
The man who stands Idly by and
sees the life fading out of his wife's
face, sees her health going, sees her
becoming old and faded and wrinkled,
when she should still be in the perfect
enjoyment of vigorous, useful health,
is either less than a man or else does
not know of the one remedy that will
bring her beck to health and strength.
Perhaps her husband cannot persuade
her to go to the doctor, because she
naturally dreads the inevitable "exam
inations" and "local treatments." He
can persuade her. If she needs persua
sion, to take Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription. This truly wonderful med
icine has cured hundreds of women
after the best physicians have failed.
It has been in constant use and tested
every day for thirty years. It Isn't
an experiment; there are no chances
about it. It Is a certain cure for all
derangements, weaknesses, Irre-gulari-tlesand
displacements of internal or
gans peculiar to women.
All the larger cities In the South
show republican gains in the recent
election, and the fact seems to furnish
unmistakable evidence that the centers
of intelligence in that section are be
ginning to understand their welfare as
veil as that of the rest of the country
depends upon republican legislation.
TDe Favorite Home fleiMg.
For all diseases caused by derangement
of the Liver, Kidneys, and Stomach.
Keep it always in the house and you
will save time and Doctor's Bills, and
have at hand an active, harmless and per
fectly safe purgative, alterative and tonic.
' If you feel dull, debilitated, have frequent
headache, mouth tastes badly, poor appe
tite and tongue coated, you are suffering
from torpid liver 6r biliousness, and SIM
MONS Liver Regulator win cure you.
If you have eaten anything hard to
digest, or feel heavy after meals or sleep
less at night, a dose of SIMMONS LIVER
REGULATOR will relieve you and bring
If at any time you feel your system
needs cleansing and regulating without
violent purging, take SIMMONS LIVER
' J. U. Zeiiia Sc Co., Philadclphia-
IVm't think because you are sick and
nothing seems to give you relief that
you can't bo cured.
There must be cure for you some
where. If your doctor can't cur you, per
haps he has mistaken the cause. Any
body Is liable to make a mistake some
times, One In three of us suffer from In- j
dlgeatlon. and one out of three Jyspep
ties doesn't know It. That Is, he may
know he Is slek. but he blames It to
lndlge. :lon is the cause or half our
!,,.. .no,. ,lia..n
S(,lc..r'ni1,elle.. Cordial. ma.U from
tonlo medicinal root and herbs. Is the
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rvuoes wie s inn - "u ""
dlstNVse gently, naturtuly, elllelentiy, :
giving fresh life, strength and health .
to sick dyseptics.
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It should be remembered thai the
riniev Mil of last winter was killed
by a vote of the senate striking out
all but the enacting clause and sitbstl-
tutlng a silver measure In place of It.
What is being advocated now la the
passage of a measure similar to that
bill, and designed, like It, to provide
an adequate revenue for the govern
ment until a thorough system of pro
tection can be put Into effect.
Send your address to H. S. Bucklsn
Co., Chicago, and gt a frse sample boa
of Dr. King's Ntw Life Ptlla A trial
will convince you of thalr martta, Thasa
pills ara easy In action and ar particu
larly affective In tha cur of Constipation
and Sick Headachn, For Malaria and
Liver Troubles they have been proved
Invaluable. They are guaranteed to I
perfectly free from svery deleterious sub.
stance and to ba purely vegetable. They
do not weaken by their action, but by
giving tone to stomach and bowels great
ly tnvtgoraet the system. Regular site.
Bo per box. Sold by Cbaa Rogers,
The charge has been frequently made
In politics that wheat speculators con
trol the price of wheat to the Injury
of the producer, but has hitherto been
ridiculed. Now, however, it has been
been made the basis of a lawsuit, and
we shall have evidence on the subject
that will carry weight with fair minds,
and perhaps the charge may be proven
Those who have used Dr. King's New
Discovery know Its value, and those who
have not have now the opportunity to
try It free. Call on the advertised drug
gist and get a trial bottle free. Send
your name and address to II. E. Buck lea
Co, Chicago, and gat a sample box
of New life Plus free, aa well aa ft
copy of Guide to Health and Household
Instructor, free. All of which la guar
anteed to do you good and cost you
nothing. Cham. Rogers, druggist. Odd
The fight between San Pedro and
Santa Monica will be fought to ft finish
this time. The one consoling feature
in It Is that no matter which wins the
work of construction will begin at once
and California will get ft new harbor.
BUCKLE N'9 ARNICA SALVE.
kul In V. .4 n. ......
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rbeum. fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains.
corns, and all skin eruptions, and pos-
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Itlve cure for piles, or no pay required, i
It is guaranteed to give perfect satis
faction, or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by Charles
Rogers, Odd Fellows' building.
Cabinet making by newspapers may
do as a pastime for the holidays, but
some of our Eastern contemporaries
are carrying It to the verge of a craze
and might profitably turn their atten
tion to chrysanthemums for a while.
"Excuse me," observeed the man In
spectacles, "but I am ft surgeon, and
that Is not where the liver Is." "Never
you mind where his liver Is," retorted
the other. "If It was in his big toe
or his left ear De Wtt's Little Early
Risers would reach It and shake It for
him. On that you can bet your glg-
lamps." Chas. Rogers.
One of the results of the war in Cuba
has been the increase of the sugar In
dustry elsewhere, and when the Cubans
return to work again they will find
the market for their crops has been
taken by other people.
It is a fixed and immutable law that
to have good sound health, one must
have pure, rich and abundant blood.
There Is no shorter nor Burer route
than by a course of DeWitt's Sarsapa-
rllla Chas. Rogers.
The success of Hpain in floating a new
war loan among her own people shows
that poor as they are they have money
to burn when they get their mad up.
The old way of delivering messagi-s
by postboys compared with the modern
telephone. Illustrates the old tedious
methods of "breaking" colds compared
with their almost Instantaneous cure
by One Minute Cough Cure. Chas. Rog
res. I'mler the law Mr. Hanna anil Mr.
ISIIhs are not eliKlble for the olllce of
secretary of the treasury, and the r-ab-inet-makiTH
will have to gueaa again.
TO Cl'KK A COLD IS ONE HAY,
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It
fails to cure. 25c. For sale by Chas.
The Wyoming vote was so equally
divided it may be regarded as pie for
all parties and pudding for none.
For Infants and Children.
Tug h yf
I The danger nis factor In the Cuban
problem Is the Spanish character, I
Veyler ahould fall In his present at
tempt to hunt Mace from the hill
there la no telling what desperate step
may be taken next.
TI.e secret of a speedy cure In sick
ness Ilea In selecting the proper remedy
and this Is dlttlcult to do unless one
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thing is sure-hud the liver been act
ively at work sickness could not have
come. It Is then always safe to. take
,"' ' rgu.ator. ni.-n arepa mo
jl'lintn, lis I.lver lieglllator, which nri'l
"", llv,'r M'KUlllted Slid all polaoll
j-'M'elUd from the sy n.
, To ,,,,, ,.am,tte for governor
, Walm, ,,,, tK.k(.t , ,
r s nt election has gone back to (he
inlil. lie of the road lth a oVicriiilna
tlou to make It a warpath for the deiu
Absolutely pure, perf.vtly harmless.
la,,,; Invariably reliable are the niiull
; t, s of tue Minute Cough Cure. It nov
0r falls In colds, croup and lung Irou-
tiles. Children like it because It
pleasant to take and It helps them.
It la believed III New Knglnnd that
Sewall got enough advertising In busi
ness out of the campaign to pay him
for his expenses In the canvass and is
now willing to call It square.
To cure all old sores, to heal an Indo
lent ulcer, or to speedily cure piles, you
ned simply apply DcWItt'a Witch Ha-
el Salve according to directions. Its
n-.aglc-llke action will surprise you
Don't expect prosperity to come back
with ft boom. After the long depres
sion it will take the country some Unit
to attain a full recovery.
The old lady was right when she
said the child might die if they waited
for the doctor. She saved the little
one's life with a few doses of One Min
ute Cough Cure. She had used it for
croup before. Chaa. Rogers.
The Santa Fe system has the consola
tion of know ing It has receivers enough
to receive business If any of It should
happen to come that way.
Scaly eruptions on the head, chapped
hands and Hps, cuti, bruises, scalds.
bums are quickly cured by DeWltt's
Witch Haiel Salve. It Is at present
the article most used for plies, and It
always cures them. Chaa. Rogers.
If a better revenue measure Is to be
enacted this winter It ahould provide
for protective duties on sugar, as well
aa on wool and lumber.
ROYAL Baking Powder
bss been awarded highest
honor at every world fair
Maritime control of the Pacific Is one
of the grand destinies of the United
States, and Oregon should take the
lead In Its realisation.
Soothing, and not Irritating, strength
ening, and not weakening, small but
effective such are the qualities of De-
Witt's Little Early Risers, the famous
little pills. Chas. Rogers.
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ne siriaes i in town .
The length of life may be Increased
by lessening Its dangers. The majority
of people die from lung troubles. These
may be averted by promptly using One
Minute Cough Cure. Chas. Rogers.
The surest way for the Santa Fe
road to get Into liquidation Is to make
a bee line for San Francisco ami tap
' U is 'becoming more eTTlent every
day that those who wish to bring re
forms into Turkey will have to carry
DeWltt's Sarsaparllla Is prepared for
cleansing the blood. In builds up and
strengthens constitutions impaired by
disease. Chas. Rogers.
B.p. AliLiEN St SON
Wll Parer, Artists Material, Paint,
Oit, OU, tc. Jjpanete Mattn(rt,
k ui'S and fcamro Good.
35 Cc mmercinl Htreet.
A. V. ALLEN.
GrucrTies, Flour, -ptj. Provisions, Fruit.
"fKet.-il'lc;, Cro.:kery, Glass and
f'i3!e4 Ware LoitKers' Supplies.
Cor. Tenth and Commercial .treat.
FROM NOW UNTII, SPrtlM!
Overcoats and wlmer wraps will he In
fashion. They can be discarded, tempor
arily while traveling In the Hteum-heated
trains of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St
paul Hallway. For solid comfort, for
ped and for safety, no other line can
compare with this great railway of the
The!,et!ny Capsules nro superfoij
10 Daisam or Lopaiba,
CURE IN 48 H0URS3
the tamo diseases without
S"ld ir alt Jrutlt.
Moat so-called "salmon twines" ara col
ored with acids. The acids rot the fibre
and render the material useless. In th'
office of Elmore, Sanborn Co. Is an ob-
all fishermen. It Is the whole of the
material used In the manufacture of Mar
shall's twine from start to finish. Oo
there and examine the color right
through. Tou will see then why Mar
anall's Is called tha beat In the world.
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Ak liim if our line Is
not Blunter and our time
faaiiT than those of any
Miner railroad to Omaha,
Hanson City. St. Louis
ami points beyond.
Ask him, too, about our
Ht. I'aul Chicago and Bt.
I'aul St. Louis trains.
I'liKFECT that's tho
only word that flu them,
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WAV TO OREGON.
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I Arrlva.1 ofl Han F ra.ru laeo
llina In lmV-n,7U. 8uia lima Id l4-J4S.
and McKee Ave.
Situated ou ttit Houth nidi'
of Astoria'H hills.
Iwenty (legrees v:nrmer
iiinl vegetation !() ilayn in
uuvance of the North Bide
Magnificent sitee for res
idences. overlooking river
ami bay, sunny and shel
tered. Easy and natural grades
little or no grading needed
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nrtiiaryoraan.nl ail tiauurlUaa
.ntall wKk nriralia.
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rrmrtttr lit cttra wllhoul an cipraUtin. &MHfa!lmiii
circular wm iratiiiiuitwHb
box Ban Irraiidaco, Cat, ibrta(.y
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br vprvMt I'fMiMiiil, tut
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RTSORlfl POBIiIC LIBRAHV
READINO ROOM FRBB TO ALU
Open every day from I o'clock to I.M
and 6:10 to t JO p. m.
Subscription rates It per annum.
B.W. COR. ELEVENTH aV DtJANE STa
AN ENIQM ATICATj BILL OF FARE.
For a dinner, served on the Dining; cars
of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul
Railway, will be sent to any address on
receipt of a two-cent posts, stamp.
Apply to Geo. H. Heafford, Oenerat Pas
seiurer Afnt, Old Colony Buttdlny, Chi
1 M v in 1 w 6 Jr.
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rtiiHiui A Kerr ,,..,,
I'uilliuiil Hour Mill
Torllaiol Hutu MliU.,.
J III anieroll A Co .,
It,-, O..II..I.. & IV.
all lla kM
lit ill i
til la W
111 i'n ,
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'Halliii', li'iiliilu At o
1'orilauil Hour Ml .
notour, lloihrltt I'n -
- tittu ai noil loan, value lliiki, ami 4M)
ijt;i littli tloitr, valiiK mi.iiu. li Aiau IS..KU Ulila
0IVK8 CHOICB Or
Via Spokane and St. Paul
Via Ogden, Denver and
Omaha or St. Paul
Pullman and Tourist Sleepers
Free Reclining Chair Cars
Astoria to Sao Fraooiseo.
Columbia, Tunsilay, Oct. .
Mtate of Cal. Hunday. w l. .
(Vlunibla, Friday. (VI. SO.
Ktate of t'al. Wednnaday, Nov. 4.
Columbia, Monday, Nov. I.
Rial of Cal. Haturday. Nov. II.
Columbia. Thursday, Nov. II.
Hfale of Cal. Tuesday, Nov. 14.
Columbia, Hunday, Nov. t.
Astoria ami Portland Steamers.
T. J. I'otler ItHtvea Aalorla at T a. m.
dally except Hunday. Leaves Portland
dully at S p. m, Sunday excepted. Hal
urdaya at II p. m.
Telephone leaves Astoria dally ex
cept Sunday at T p. m. Leaves Port
land dally except Sunday at 7 a. m.
For ralsa and ceneral Information call
on or address
O. W. LOUNSniCnRT.
W. II. IIURI.IIURT,
Oen. Pas. Aft., Portland. Or.
President and Mansier.
fnj lnfor?aanVaai4 fea. iluvu.. wn'a to
t-in VUUMI ll.ouAT. Mt V.tac.
OI,ii bantas fi sM-tinns iu-nu la Am.rira,
r.tarr ftalanl URan out Ity u. I. brought b.rre
Si. itubue by a noooa glraa tne at oliaive la ii
tMMt etrmlallnn of an. ariaaufla rwrter fa ttta
World.. Spl.n.ll.llr lllu.lrl. N., liiriln
anouM ba wllhoul il WaaklT, a.1 (Mia
usnua, 1 Urundwajr, Itaw VurS Cur.
WHITE COLLAR LINE
Astoria and Portland
Telephone leaves Astoria dally ex
cept Hunday at 7 p. in. Leaves Port
land daily except Hunday at 7 a. in.
T. J. Potter leaves) Astoria at 7 a. m.
dally except Sunday. Leaves Portland
dnlly at 8 p. m., Hunday excepted. Hat
urdays at 11 p. m.
Tickets Rood on both boats.
U. II. HCOTT, President
E. A.-Reeley, Affont, Portland.
C. W. Htone, Airent, Astoria.
Telejihone No, 11.
AND OTHER .
R. P. Elmore
W. H. Harrison
A La Lie
OPEN FOR SPECIAL CHARTER
Sailing dates to and iron Tillamook
and Nchalem depand upon
For Freight and Passenger
Rates Apply To
ELMORE, SANBORN & CO.
R. 0. N. CO., Agent., Portl.nd
a ui. v a 'm w ja-
aat a i i aM.-
TELEPHUHEAND BAILEY GATZERI