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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 12, 1904)
H. C. MADSEN,
ftapalilsf al raaaonabls f firt.
All wtrk laaraatead ItiMtH.
niukM,ClM)lind Jswelry at Lownt PrlMs
COTrAOE GUOVK, OUK.
A. H. KING
Attorney; at fainv,
GOTTA OK GltOVE, OllB.
J. E. YOUNG
Oflles on Main ttcct, Weat Slds
CoTTAGl! GROVK. ORE.
J. S. Medley. .1. C. Johnson
Medley $ Johnson,
Office Suite :t Hank lililg.
Special nttcntiou given to Mining
Mid Corporation Lnw.
L.T. 11 trill. A. C. Woodcock.
WOODCOCK & HARRIS,
Belal attention glen lo the law ol Mtnri.
BARKER & PERMAN
DEALERS I.N VINE
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS.
Mln street, Cntlnce flroi. Ore.
Ilnff & Colwell j
U. S. Mineral Surveyors
ltoom 1 Bunk Bldg, Cottage Grove.
602-603 Oregonlrxn Bide, rortlnnd,
The First National Bank
Cottage Grovk, Orb.
Paid j.j Capital, $25,000.00
Money to loan on approved cecnrity.
Exchanges sold, available any place
n thallnlted States
A. F. and A. M.
Cottage Grove No. 51.
1st aud 3rd Saturday.
Oliver Veatcb, W.
I. O. O. F.
Cottage Grove No. 68. Meets
every Saturday night.
Geo. Comer, F. Secty.
W. O. W.
Bohemia Camp No. 260. Meets
every Saturday night.
C. H. Van Denburg, Clerk.
M. W. Of A.
Cottage Grove Camp No. 6424.
Meets first and third Tuesday
C. W. Wallace, Clerk.
- F. of A.
Court Bohemia Mo. 33. Meets
e'ery Friday night.
S. E. Lauder, Secty.
Women of Woodcraft.
St. Valentine Circle. Meets
1st and 3rd Tuesdays.
Mrs. C. J. Miller, Clerk.
Emma Colbtirn Camp.
Meets 2nd and 4th Wednesday,
Ethel Bisby, Clerk.
K Of P
Juventus Lodge No. 48. Meets
every Wednesday night.
Dr. George Wall K. ofR. S
G. A. R.
Appomatax Post No. 34. Meets
2nd and 4th Saturday.
H. C. Dution, Adj'utant.
K. O.T. M.
Cascade Camp No. 66. Meets
Prof. A. L. Briggs, Secty.
L L Hive No 42
Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesday
Mrs. E. Fullmer, R. K.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Mondays.
S. E. Lauder, Secty.
Order Eastern Star
Cottage GroveJChapter No 4
Meets every 2nd aud 4th Fridays
Celia Lurch, Secty
STOP THAT cough
When a cough, a tickling or an irrita
tion in the throat makes you feel un
comfortable take Ballard's ilorehound
Syrup. Don't wait until the disease
ha. mnfl hpvnnil rnntrnl. Mr. nml Mrs
J A AmW.nn 5K4 UVst filh St . Suit
Lake City, Utah, writes; We think;
Ballard's Ilorehound Syrup the best
medicine for coughs and colds. We
have used it for several years; Italwavs
gives immediate -relief, s yery pleMant
and gives perfect satisfaction. 25c, 50c
and $1.00. For sale hy New Era Dri(
How About Your Summer Vacation.
Newport on Yaniilna Bny Is the
Ideal seaside resort of the North Pa
cific Coast. Hound trip tickets at
greatly reduced rates on sale from
all Southern Pacific points In Ore
gon, on and after .1 11110 1st. Ask
Agents for further Information nml a
handsomely Illustrated Bouvenir
booklet, or write to Edwin Stuue,
C. & E. it. It., Albany, Ore., or W.
E. Coman. G. P. A., S. P. Co., Port
When pains or irritation exist on any
Eart of the body, the application of
a'.lard's Snow Linimelt 'gives prompt
relief, E. W. Sullivan, Prop. Sullivan
House El Reno, 0. T.. writes, June 6,
1902: 1 take pleasure in recommending
Ballard's Snow Liniment to all who are;
afflicted with rheumatism. It is tho 1
only remedy I have found that gives iui-'
mediate relief. ,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
Land Ofllce at Iloseburg, Oregon.
July 12, 1004.
Notice Is hereby give'n thut the following-named
settler lias filed notice
ot his intention to make final proof
in supuort of his claim, and thut
said proof will be made before E. L'.
Lee County Clerk nt Eugene, Oregon,
on September 20. 1904, viz: WlUlam
H. Grltlin on his H. E. No. 8SCI, for
the NE Sec. 34 Tp 19 8., It. 1 West.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
W. F. MeBee. of Fall Creek. Ijino
Co. Oregon, Thomas Maloy, of Zlon,
Lane Co. Oregon, W. F. Tate, of
Zlon, Lane Co. Oregon, V. G. Grlllln, J
of Kali Creek, Lane Co. Oregon.
J. T. Hridqkh, Register. 1
THE CHATTANOOGA ADVERTISING
The Chattanooga Medicine Company.
with laboratories and general ofllces at
Chattanooga, Tennessee, and branch
houses at St Louis, Mo., and Sau Fran
cisco, Cal., has become one of the largest
proprietary medicine concerns in the1
world. In thegrowth of this great bnsi-1
niss two factors have been dominant:!
The merit of its products Wine of
Cnrilni nml Tlii-tllnril's lllnf.lf.I)riiitf,ht .
has been widely recognized and the 1
original advertising methods adopted
have excited great comment. The
publicity for these medicines docs .not
consist of the catch phrate and ex
travagant statement, too often employed
in advertising today, but instead the
plain story of experience with the medi
cines given in the plain lummage of the
pe pie themselves. The following let
ter Is a fair sample of the thousands of
Wine of Caidui testimonials published
(luring the pact twenty years.
PUTS AN END TO IT ALL.
A grievoiiB wail oftimes comes as a
result of unbearable pain from over
taxed organs. Dizziness, Backache,
Liver complaint and Constipation. But
thanks to l)r Kinc's New life Pills thev
nut an end to all. Thes are irentlo but
thoiough. Try them. Only 25c guaran
teed by M organ it Brehaut IJrug Store,
Nothing has ever equalled jt.
Nothing can ever surpass it.
UIK1I1M and Til HI
A Perfect For All Throat and
Cure : Lung Troubles.
Money back If It falls. Trial OotUM fret.
A PAPER BAG.
Caed aa a.
Llfp I're.erver It Saved a
Slan From UrimnlnR.
A common flour sack n paper bag
and the use ot his wits saved Chris
I Hansen, tt
hunter, from drownluB at
Sausalito, Cal. The Quiver tells the
story. Hansen had been accustomed to
spend the early morning hours shoot
ing on the bay. One mornlug, while he
I was returning In a skiff from the himt-
lng grounds, bis shotgun, which was
lying In the bottom of the boat, was
accidentally discharged. The full con
tents of the barrel passed through the
bottom of the skiff and tore a large.
In a few minutes the boat began to
settle, aud the man's most desperate
efforts could not stop the Incoming
water. He grasped the oars and, snatch
ing a tough paper bag which he used
for carrying bis game, began to tie
them together as a float to assist blni
to reach shore.
When be bad finished his task he
Jumped Into the water. The boat sank
a moment later. Hansen could not
swim well, and be found the oars but ,
I little support. He was beginning to
lose courage when be noticed tbat a 1
portion of the sack used In tying the
oars together had become filled with
air. He snatched it up and held the
open end toward tho breeze until It ,
Oiled with wind. i
Hansen used this improvised life pre
server to assist In keeping him afloat
and easily remained on the surface of
the water. The tide and the use of
bis legs gradually propelled blm toward
the shore, and the drifting man soon '
got a foothold. I
A Iteaaon Why Thrr Were Not the
Caaae of Uer Sllafortanea.
"I think Sir Walter Scott Is largely
responsible for the superstition as to
opals," said the traveling salesman of
Jewelry. "Bo tbat as it may. It is still
widespread. There Is a large Jewelry
house in one of the big cities which
will not handle opals. This means a
loss of thousands of dollars annually.
Tho founder of tho house put the bar
on opals, and the third generation Is
keeping It up.
"I had an amusing experience when
I was behind the counter of a house
In the east A lady came In and, hand
ing me n breastpin set with opals, said:
"'Mr. Jones, what will you give ine
for these stones? Tfiey were an heir
loom In my bubband's family, but since
they have come Into my possession my
husband and I have bad nothing but
misfortune. We have lost our resi
dence by fire, there ris been sickness
In the family nil the time, and ho Is ex
periencing business reverses. I must
get rid of the opals, so make mo an of-
" 'Madain,' 1 said, 'are you sure thut
your troubles are duo to them''
" 'Oh, perfectly sure.'
" 'You cannot think of any other
" 'No. Make mo an offer, please.'
" 'Madam.' I replied deferentially, 'I
regret to Inform you that those stones '
are Imitations.' "Birmingham News. I
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A Smooth Tootcr.
A nian dime to the store one day,
And to the Urinrirlst lie dl.l nay.
My foot onco nil eoveml with cornx,
Arc now iih Miuooth as a yearllng'
tVe I'op Km All Corn Salve for sale
Morgan & (reliant.
Renders the bile mom fluid and thus
helps the blood to How. it adonis
prompt relief from biliousness, indigest
ion, sick 1111. 1 nervous litaduclieH. mid
the over indulgence in food and drink.
Heiblne nets quickly, adoao utter meals
win urmg me paiieni in 10 11 goo.1con.11
tiou in a few davs.
(!. L. Caldwell Act M. K. and T. I!
lt.,Cheeotah, I ml Tor., writes, April IS
IIHh I was sick tor over two years
with enlargement of the livcrand spleen
The doctors did me no good, ami I had
given up all hoe of being cured, when
, my druggist udvited mo to line Herhii.e.
It has made me sound and well. McentB
, Sold by New Era Drug Store.
REDUCED RATI3S TO ST LOUIS liX.
The Southern Pacific Co will sell
round trip tickets at greatly reduced
rates to .St Louis and Chicago ac
count the Hi Louis Exposition, on
the following dntes: June 10, 17, 1H;
July 1,2. U: August 8. 9. 10; Septem
bers, 0, 7; October :, 4,5
Going trip must be completed
within ten days front date of sale,
anil passengers will lie iiermltted to
start on miv day that will enable
them to reach destination within the
tun days limit. Return limit ninety
days, but not later than Dec 31st,
For full Information as to rates
nnd routes call on Agent So Pacific
Co at Cottage Grove, Oregon.
Note June Tth has liecn author
ized ns 11 sale date for Louisiana
Purchase Exposition tickets, In ad
dltlon to sale dates iirevl.iiiHly nn
iiotmced for June. This will enable
purchasers ot tickets to be lit the Ex
position 011 Oregon Day June l.'lh.
Rev. W. L. Riley, L. h. D., Cuba,
New York, writes: After fifteen days of
excruciating pain from sciatio rheuma
tism, under various treatments, I was
induced to try Ballard's Snow Liniment
the first application giving my flrstrelief
ami the second entire relief. I can give
it unqualified recoitimendutioe. -5c, 00c,
$1.00 sold by New Era Drug Store.
THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
BIW.RC Or IMITATIONS.
THC OENUINB r.VA.'D ONLY BY
Ballord-Snow Liniment Co
OT. LOUIB, MO.
Stock and iwullry have few
trouble, which are not boel ami
livor (rregiiliuitie. ,,,ef
Draught Stmk and Pouury Mw
cine i. a Iwwrl and Iner remedy
(or stock It put. the organ, of
digestion 111 perfect condition
Prominent American breeder, nnd
farmer, keep their herd and flocks
healthy bv tflvnitf them an occa
sional .Uwoof Black Draught Muck
and Poultry Medicine in their
flMhl Any nlock rnivr miv hit) ft
'.Went hl(-Hiiiml air light can
of tin medicine fnim hn dealer
ami keep Iui slock in vigorous
health for week Dealer. .Rener
alb keep Black Draught S. k and
Potllln Medicine If your due
not. send i' cent for a sample
can to the manufacturers. The
f'haltaniHiga Metlicine t'o , fli.it
UiH'i.aLUi. 0.. Jan JO, IWt,
niack-D'anaht hUwk and IVulIrr
Mixllcliic li (ha N"t I "' trlcl Our
lock wa looking- bail l.n iou nl
m ths titpitirln anil now they rr
rfttniK ao (Int. Tl.y are look, nfti
,wr e.nt. brttrr
8 P HIKK1KINOION.
t Mam nretty Bummer gowns lire niii.l
ill cniiilnii-itloii Willi all oxer euilirol.l
I I he .-.Milest and most attractive sum
oier glove It sill, oienoik uiesli. with
1 plain Mlk palniH and two clasps to clou.
1'rosHwit.c tucks are attractive on
ihiu summer fabrics that It Is not sur
prising Unit a good share or muslins
ml orcan.lles depend on them for
An old favorite for cool gowns
blue chiinibi'iiy. 11 material Unit neve
Iohos popularity for elilldien'H dresses
mid Is eipially well suited for women'
Next to sailor and toipie shapes one
sees more draped hats than any others,
The wide shepherdess shapes are 111
vorlles for drapery lulls, mid while.
black and crln, or halrbnild, lire espe
cially adapted for the purpose.
A new color Is called olgnoii brul
burned onion. It Is much prettier than
Its imme, being nn ex.piiHltely pluk)
brown which combines most happll)
with dark brown. In chllTon veiling
over 11 brown lint the new color Is de
llghtful.-Now York Post.
A rich student nt the New York mil
verslty offered fl.UU) for a favorable
mark and did not get it. We are glad
there are some things money will not
buy. I-oiilsvlllo Post.
The Canadian government Is making
a strong effort to attract settlers from
this country. It does not seem at nil
afraid of that kind of an American In
vuslon. Philadelphia Iiniulrcr.
Emperor William la going to have
yacht built on American lines. That
will help some, but be should go fur
ther and secure sailors built on Amer
ican lines if he hopes to break any rec
ords, Washington Post.
(Jultc often the girl at the summer
resort wouldn't get engaged If papa
was there with her Instead of laboring
at homo In the office or store earning
enough money to. pay her summer's ex
penses. Homcrvllle Journal.
CHURCH AND CLERGY.
Methodism has 1,224 deaconesses.
There wcro nine women among the
ministers that took part In the Maine
Universullst convention this summer.
Row Edward A. Kelly, the noted
priest of Chicago, bus Just returned
home after a trip around the world
having spent much time In tho Philip
The Itev. J. Wilbur Chapman, the
evangelist, has announced tbat he will
accompany a party of Presbyterians
ind their friends to the Holy I .and next
Bishop Charles T. Olmsted, who suc
ceeds tho late Bishop Huntington, Is
sixty-two years old, was educated at
Trinity college and tho Berkeley Divin
ity school and was ordained to tho
priesthood In 1808 by Bishop Horatio
Tho first thrashing machlno was re
cently set up In Damascus. It Is n
team thrasher from Indiana,
Two whullug stations hnvo been es
tabllshed In the British Isles, nnd three
more are to be. As a whaling station
costs $10,000, there must be homo cvl
uenco of n stock of whales still In
Silk cocoon cultivation Is becoming
ono of HervIa'H national Industries.
Last year there were collected In that
kingdom !l 15,000 pounds of silk cocoons.
Tho government Is distributing free of
charge the eggs of the silkworm.
At (1. a year
No Investor can afford to bo
Journal for Investors
Any ono ol Ita feature. Is alone worth
the prfco of f ubicrlptlon.
It will nve yoa huutlrcdi of dollar,
It. charnclor ha. never been Inipugne.),
JOURNAL POR INVESTORS CO.
Jtoom (J, CliamLor of f'oiainerce, lioston.
Aillre letters to 1', 0, llox 3317,
Legal Wank at the
United Hlalef .Land orljw.
Ito.obiirg.Oie.. May IM, UKH.
Nollcelii heiehv glum lliit 1,1 '""'"j
,m. 1 with (lie i.i.ivl.lon. ol he ii I id
h.ng.c.. ol Jim" . J""' 1 ,., ,.'
Vet Tor the .ale ol Timber Umds t i
Act lor mo --w
I Slate, ol fulltotlila, Oregon, Nt
1 and Wnnlilnitl'iii IVrritorv.'
to all the Public Um States by
l iWnn liw till- " t.l-olTioo oil
januaiv I'.'lh. 1WU. hi-.". "'"H
v, ..i.i i... ,),. i. ..if base ill the M'. 'I
T n". No. VjlnT.mn.hlp lUSoillh.
.. ., uw and lll ollr pniol
.M - ...I. ..
to r ho tlllll IIIO ia
uiloaUe lor It. ti.nl'or or .tcni. "
(or tmricii turai piupiwei,
11,1, hi. .-U...I to mil-l , ,u
lleRLler ami lle.-vtver o. '""""."'
l It.-etmrR. Hr.ioii, n I- ti.lny
the .'otliiUiv ol Autf.i.l.UKll.
lie luiioena. wltiti'Meni
lletiioin l1 Dow. lleoiKe McQnee li,
JoKcph Toll., lleiiiett I'.uWIii, ol Lot
tu 1 1 rove, (lie, .
Any mikI all pet.on. rlnlmlni: "d"
ver.ely the alHive-.leTll;ed land. i
iiuelcd t lUw Ihelr clulni. hi
oirii-o on or Wore nald "Mil dayol Ah.
J.T. lliumim. Ilrtiltler.
NOTICE I OU rtlllLICATlDN.
United States Land Olllce,
lion-lung, lr June UUh HH)I.
oliv oiv.ni that iucoiillili
mice with tho provision of the, Act ot
i'.,i,.,i. .it .Inno !t. 1S7S. entitled "An
act for tin sale ( liiuler hinds in the
Stales of California, Oiegon, Nevada
mid Wa.hliniloiiTorrlloiv," u.exteiided
t.i nil the Public Und States by act ol
CARR1K lilt AND.
ot I'otli.go tiiove futility ol Ijine, Slate
of Oregon, has this day llt.il In this
..illi'ii I N.tiini statement No. Ul'.'.'U for
tho mi cliitso ol the NW xx 'l I
NW IJ ol Section No. III. Twp. iM
South, of Range J Went anil will oiler
proof to show that the land sought is
more wihmhlo for Its limber or stone
than for agricultural piiri"cs. and lo
establish her claim ti) said land befotu
J. J. Walton V. S. CommiMloncr at his
olllce at Eugene, Ore., on Monday the
Mh day ol beptenibcr, UH)I.
Shoiiaiues a. witnesses;
Simeon R. Brand of Cottage tlrove,
Dave llaker, Frank V INon, Andrew
Lamb all of Dorciia.all of Lane Conntv,
An vand all persons claiming adversely
the nlsive described land, ate ie.pie.led
In tile their claims III tills olllce on r
More said Mh day of September IIHU.
J.T. lliilixii.s. Register.
NOTICE FOR I'l'lILR'ATIllN.
United Stale. IjiihI Olllce.
Roeebtirg, Oregon, May It), IIHII.
Notice Is hereby given that in com
pllance with tiio provision. of thein t uf
Congress of Jinn;i, IH7S, entitled " n
act lor the .ale of limber lamln in the
Suites of California, Oregon, N.nndn.
and Wa.hiiiglou Territory, "as ext.o.iril
to all the Public l-uid Stales bv m l ol
August 4. IH'tt.
MRS. ANNA IIHIIKI;
of Lake Nebageuion, fount) of Pi.nglas
State ot Wi.coniin, ha. this day III..I n
Ihiaothci, her sworn. tateinent No IUIM)
fnrthe purchof the SW J,' of See No 'M
tpl'l bouth, of Range 4 W. ami will oiler
prool to show that the land sought is
more valuable) for it. limber or stone
than for agricultural piirHMea, and to
establish her claim lo said laud Isifore
the Register and Receiver n( this ofllce
at Rosobilig, Oregon, on Wednesday the
17th day ol August, 11)01.
She names as witncsics.
Herman Dow. Oeorge Enderer.
Charles L Powell, (ieorgu W McQueen.
all of Cottage (Irore. Oregon,
Any and all persons clslmlng ailver.e-
I v the alsivc-de.crilsil land, are re-
Ufated to file their claims In this olllce
on oi before said 17th day of Aug., 1001.
J. 1. llttliKias, itegl.ter.
NOTICE FOR I'UBLIOATION.
Unlled States Land Ofllce.,
Rn.eburg, Ore., June 17, 1001.
Notice is hereby given that in com
pliance with the provisions of the Act
of Congress ol Jnnu.t. 1 H7H, entitled "An
act for the sale of Timber lauds in the
states of California, Oregon, Nevada and
ashlngton lerritory. as extended to
all tho public land states by act of Au
gust 4, 18ft!. Oscar R, Pago, of Mabel,
County of Lane, State of Oregon,
has this day II led in this olllce hissworu
statement No. UL'30 for the purchase of
tlieN! N'ci. of Heel, on No. 4. Town
ship 'JO South, of Range" west and will
olfer pioof lo slmw that the land sought
Is iih te valuable fni its llnilx.T or stone
thit'i foi ngrieiiltiiral iiiirpo.es, nml to
establish hi. claim to said laud licfore.!.
J. Walton, 11. S. fouimisHlouer at Eu
gene, Oregon, on Friday the 0th day of
He mimes mh witnesses:
James N. Raudlu. lieorire W. Ilnnlcr.
David Murphv, ail of Eugene, ami
Muncey tiCHldanl of Mabel, all of Lane
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely tho above-described lands are re
quested to II lo their chilnM in this olllce
on or before said litis day of Sept,, 11)01,
J. r. iiiiiihiks ueglMcr.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
United Stale. Laud Olllice,
Rchiirg. Oie. . Julv 1st. 1001
Notice is heieby ui von that In comiili-
iineo with the provisions of tho act of
Congress lit June ft, 1878, entitled "An
Act for the sale of Umber Lauds in thu
Stales of California, Oregon, Nevada,
ami Hiisningion territory, as ex
tended to all the Public Lnnd Slates bv
uci ot August 1, II.'J.',
of Eugene, Co. of Lane. Slate of Out
gou as this day filed in this oil ice her
sworn statement No. usis, lor the pin-
base of thu W J. of NW U of See No.'ll
in in rio iu HniiL-e nn L" wohI.
and will nirer proof to show that
the land sought Is more valuable for its
timber or stouu than for agricultural
purnoHCH, an.lto establish her claim to
said land lieloru .I.J. Walton U.S.
Commissioner at his ollicu at Eugene.
Lane Co. Oregon, on Katunlav thu L'ltb
day of Kept. 1001.
Shu mimes as wltiiujusea:
Charles Ogilen, of Crcswell, Thomas
Muhor.S. 1) A en. William Miller, all
of Eugene, Ore,
Any unii an persons claiming adversely
the above described lands are reiiiiiminil
to file their claims In this olllco on or
before said LM day of September 1001.
J. T. IIiiiikikh, Rcglsler.
I'l'eo Ahsiivh will bo lnailo for ltn.
Iienila iiroHpecloi'H during thu next
three mouths, nut to exceed two
assays per tiny. Kauiplen must lio
It, anil reports received at thu sloi-o
of Knowli'H ami (lettyH. Theso free
iissayH are for the heuellt of thu pros,
pectoranil illsliict anil all uro hoIIcI-
ted to make the liouulItH its far reach
lug iih possible.
l' J, llAltll.
and union Pacific
Tlirrc Trains To The liasl Dully.
'I'll I ii.ll 1 l'l 1 1 1 1 11 11 1 1 .tiiiiilnnl nml Iui,,.
lit sleeping cars daily in iliosha,
esgo, rlpoklltll, t'UllllH .heplliir (a.
dally to Kmii.us t in . tlmiNgl. 1'iillnmi)
limits I sleep ng rata 'pe.aoimlly run.
dueled) weekly tiit'lileunn, Kanim('iii
teelliiliig clnilr.'iiis (.eats lite) In IL
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f rt nit Portland
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I'or San rritiielseo Kvety live .Uy
at 8:00 p. in. I'or A.t.irla, way points
and North Beach Dally (except Hun
day; at :00 p. in. ; Siiliirday at 111:00 p.
m. Dully service (water peimllllng) on
Wlilitinelle und Ykii bill Rivers.
I'or fuller information aik or write
your iiente.t ticket ugent, or
A. L. CRAIG,
lieucral I'liMi liger Agent
TheOiegon Ralliood A Navagat ou
Co. Portland, Oregon.
ASK Till: A.if.VI i.iR
fi;in,iiiif, ,S7. I'mil,
Chicago, St f.ouln
AND AM. POINTS KAST AND SOUTH
Omland Trains Dally Tbi Fljir
And Thi Fast Mall
Up to d&lc Equipment
Daylljbt Trip across tbi Cascidi tad
I'or Tickets, Rates, Folders and
Pull Information, Call on or address,
II. DICKSON, C. T. A.
122 3d St., Portland Ore.
S. t.. VERKES
1I rif.l Al.n-r.
II. W. P. A.
WeglveexK;illleil service on freight.
Route your shipments via limit
Northern, Full in forniatlnii' from
Wm. IIappkii. (lent, Agent.
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Time Tatle No. 3
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