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PEOPLE OF THE DAY
ltrr Commander of bs Bait,
Major General James F. Wnde, who
baa been In commhtiil of tho division of
tho I'lilllr'Plnca alnco 1902, will aitumo
command ot tho department ot the
eait, with headquarters at Qovcroora
Inland, New York harbor. General
Vt'fldo succeed Major General Corbln,
who sails for tho Philippines on Oct. 1.
Major Uouernl Wade, who was born
In ISM, Is tho Sou ot Den Wado,
I'tiltcd HUtes Rcnntor from Ohio dur
ing tho civil wnr. In 1801, when still In
bis teens, young Wndo was conimls
Moned flint llctitcnnnt ot the Sixth car
airy and was afterward, lieutenant
uuan oehkiull jaues r. wade.
colonel and colonel ot that regiment
Ho was brcrctted a number ot times
during the civil war.
When tho Spanish war broke out
General 'Vido -was appointed major
general ot volunteers. In 1S99 he was
appointed governor general ot Cuba.
General Wodo was tho ranking briga
dier general for years and saw no less
than nlno of his subordinates jumped
over his head nnd mmlo major gener
als. Med General Wade been made
major general In his regular turn he
would hare succeeded Miles as lieu
lloirells Hot an Authority
Mr. Hamilton Msblc tells of a genial
dispute with reference to the words
"lunch" and "luncheon" that once
arose between Mr. and Mrs. William
Tho novelist contended that "lunch"
was proper, while his wife favored
"luncheon." Finally tho dictionary was
consulted. "Well, I was right," chuc
kled Mr. Itowells when he had found
the reference, and lie read cloud an
extract quoted ns - ....wing tbe correct
TVe lunched fairly upon little dishes
of rose leaves, delicately prepared."
"From w:hat author Is the extract
taken?" queried Mrs. HowelU.
"William Dean Howells," was tba
"Tut, tutl" exclaimed tho wife. "He's
no authority!" New York Herald.
Wnat thr Senator Tfaoaghl.
"Wp southern men," said Joe Black
burn, "often look at n pretty woman
much as wo would at a picture admir
ingly, courteously, but never Imperti
nently. It was In this way that I not
long ago rested my orbs upon a hand
some young woman who was walking
up and down the platform at tho sta
tion at Washington waiting for her
"Soon she turned and saw, me.
"'Hubber!' she exclaimed and
shrugged her shoulders, with a frown.
"I took off my bat
' Madani, said I, 'I beg a thousand
pardons. I took tho liberty of admir
ing you because I Uiought you were
the real thing.' "New York Times.
Veteran Iluaalnn Soldier.
Lieutenant General Llnevltch, who
couimnnds tho Itusslan army at Vla
divostok, until the advent of General
Kuropatkln was in command of the
land forces of the czar In Manchuria
XISUTESANT OBIEBAI, UHEV1TCD.
under Viceroy AlexeletT. Ho Is an old
camnalRncr and 1ms distinguished him
self In nearly all of Itussla's operations 1
In the far cast during recent years. .
General LlncvJtch well knows the
lighting qualities of the Japanese sol
diers, having fought with them during 1
tho rioxcr uprising ot ivw. as senior
ofllccr ho commanded the allied troops
when they left Tientsin for Peking.
Under blm, besides the Americans,
British, French nnd Itusslans, wero 12,
000 Japs, commanded by General Ya
maguchl and Major General Pukushl
ma. When tho present war broke out Gen
cral Llnovltch was directing the move
ments of tho threo Itusslan army corps
which nt that tI.o occupied Manchuria
nnd was also governor general of
CHAMIiUltLAlN'H COUQII IIKM
KDVTIIU 1IEST ilADK.
"In my opinion Chamberlain's
Uoimh Itenicdy Is the best made for
eoldb," fiiys Mm. Corn Walker of
Potervllle, California. Thcro Is no
doubt about Its belnr the best. No
other will cure n cold stxiulckly. No
otherfls.su sure iv iirevcntlvo of pneu.
niohlii, No other Is' ho pleasant and
safe ttt tiilfo. Tboso nro KOd reasons
why 11 "Should Ik preferred to any
other. Tliu fnot in "that few peopio
oreButlslled with nuy other after
linvlng once tisod this remedy. For
ulu by tho Modern I'lmrinacy,
POINTS ON FEEDING
Tho best feed wo have over used fot
calves, considering the money value, Is
bright, sweet corn fodder stored In the
early fall under shelter, says a Ken
tucky farmer In American Agriculturist
Twenty calves have been wintered
almost exclusively on such roughness,
with only enough good mixed hay to
keep up their appetites. They con
sumed about ICO shocks, worth 12V4
cents each, and one ton ot bay, esti
mated nt $12, making a total of f30.75
worth of feed. This Is equivalent to
91.B0 per head for tho entire winter,
which I cousldcr very cheap.
Dried blood or blood meal Is Insolu
ble In water. It usually contains about
85 per cent of protein nnd Is therefore
a valuable feed to uso with corn or any
other feed that Is low In protein, lle
Ing a concentrated feed. It must bo
given In small quantities and mixed
with slop, meal or other feed. To
young pigs a teaspoonful per head dat-
i ly may bo fed, and tuts may oe in
j creased as the pigs grow older until n.
pound per day for eight to ten head is
I given. About a tablespoonful per day
, Is fed to horses, and the amount for
' cattle varies from live or sir ounces
i per day for youug stock or steers Just
going on feed up to one pound per day
and sometimes as high as two pounds
1 for steers on full feed or cows In full
, milk. Rural Now Yorker.
I Cottoasrrd Steal and HalU.
In feeding steers for the market 1
' should begin with about three pounds
of menl per day, mixed with about fif
teen pounds of hulls. Gradually in
crease until a maximum ot about ten
pounds per day Is reached, mixed with
twenty-two pounds of hulls, says a
Texas feeder In Farm nnd Ilanch. On
an average eight pounds per day Is suf
ficient, mixed with about twenty-two
pounds ot hulls, making a total of thir
ty pounds per day to each steer.
A Tssaa FattrnlaR nation.
Tim rniiiwfnir wnl rM u ro tnkpn f mm
hc work of the Texas experiment sta
tion in 1808, says Farm and Ilanch:
On cottonseed meal nnd hulls alone
good two-year-old steers gain In 100
days" feeding 271 pounds per 1,000
pounds of steers. Fed HO daySjthese
steers gain 357 pounds per 1.000 ptfcmds
live weight, but durlng the last 40 days
they uro fed lightly on corn chops. A
little sorghum bay Improves the ra
tios. A VERY CLOSE CALL.
"I stuck to my endue. iiHIioiirIi
every Joint iicheil nnd every nervo
wna racked with pain," writes O. V.
Bellamy, ti locomotlvo Uremnn, of
Ilurlingtoii, Iuwu. "I wan weak nnd
pale, without any appetite and all
run ili.wa. As I wiw about to rIvo
up. I sot n Iwttle ot Electric Bitters.
.....I ,.T..., tLI.r It I f..lt nil tvnll ns I
IIU'I . I ...... v - ----- - i -
ever did In my life." Weak, Blckly,
rim iiown propio ninuyn b"1" uj
Ife, strength and vigor from their
use. Try them. Satisfaction guaran
!eed by Benson's Pharmacy, l'ricu
' 3000 MEN W1HTED.
To buy Kennedy's Chain Light
ning Liniment, for Hhenmntlsm nnd
all pains and Inflntnatlon. Price
CO cents, nil druggist, or by mull
unnn rmwlnf f nrllH. wrltfl F f. Kpll-
nely, Snglnaw, Oregon, for list of
testimonies. ansmcuou guaran
God Sprrd the Day!
Ood speed the day when round the worid
The battle flogs shall all be furled,
ThAt happy day when earth no more
Bha.ll drink red streams of human vorel
WSo does not cruel strife abhor.
The awful tragedies ot wart
And when at last It finds surcease
In ell the gentler arts of peace
We shall have reached a higher plane,
Oqe we should all be glad to gain.
God speed the day!
God speed the day when men shall be-
In real and potent meaning free;
When men no lunger know the thrall
Ot sin that now enchains us all;
When charlfy shall rule the heart
And every soul shall have a part
That mokes for good; when oil shall feel
The altruistic kind of zeal.
Tou may attain God's grandest plan
In this wise: Love your fellow man.
God speed the day)
God speed the day when love shall blad
In golden chains all human kind.
Love tempers all the storms of life;
It Is the sunshine that Is rife
In m&ny hearts. In soft caress.
In kindly word, does love express
8o much to allt Long may It reum
I A crown for Joy, a balm for pain.
nucn u nun enter 10 lliuraa ,
Rich heart! Ah, then, farewell to glooaf
God speed the day! j
222 South Peoria St.,
Cuicaoo, III., Oct. 7, 1902.
Eight months ago I was so 111
that I was compelled to lis or sit
down nearly all tho time. My
stomach was so weak and upset
that I could keep nothing on it
and I vomited frequently. I
could not urinate without great
pain and I coughed so much that
my throat and lungs were raw
and sore. The doctors pro
nounced it Brigbt's diicase and
others said it wu consumption.
It mattered little to ma what
they called it and I bad no da
sire to lire. Aiiiterviiitedme
from fit. Louis and asked mi if
I bad ever tried Wins of Cardui.
I told her I had not and she
bought a bottle. I believe that
it Bared my life I believe many
women could save much mffer
ing if they but knew of its value.
Don't you want freedom from
pain? Taki Wine of Cardui
and make one supreme effort to
bo well. You do not need to be
a weak, helpless tufferer. You
can have a woman's health and
do a woman'a work in life. Why
not secure a bottle of Wine of
Cardui from your druggist to
The Mall Order Houses.
An Kxclmnge talks, in tho riht
manner ns follows:
When tho entntoRiie comes from
your tnnti ortlor liouse, iiniw nn
pnsy chair to tho table where tho
light will shino full ou the pRo nnd
put on your kI that no hnrfrniu
may escnim ouri What a won
tlttrf ill liook it is, to he suns won
derful in wlml it (toes not contain
ns well as ulmt it tluos. Woniiwl
souio things we won til l;i glad to !
seo. Whoro is their olTw to pnyj
cash or oxclmngo goods for your!
wheat, outs, torn, Wans, butter, !
eggs ami hay? How much ilo they
pnjr for enttlo, sheep tiud hogs, f. o.
i. nt your depot How tiiuoh tnx
will thoy pay tosiipport your sohools
nnd educate your ohildom? For
improving ronds nnd biidge; for
tho support of tho poor of the county;
for tho expenses of runnim tho
husinosiJ of the township, county
nnd state V On what pagtt is their
offer to contribute money to tho
support of tho churoli? What lino
of credit will thoy extend to jou
when your crops aro poor nnd tuotiev
goiio,; when through illnoes and mis
fortune you aro not to send
"cash with order" for your groceries
clothiug, farm tooli mid crockery ?
Whero is their offer to contribute to
your entertainment next Fourth of
July? What did they do lust Fourth?
In short will they do anything to
provide n market for what jou have
to soil and thereby keep up the
valuo of your renl estate ' Wil,
thoy do anything for social, church
school or govorninent support, or
do thoy tako your dollars out ol the
community with no returns except
tho goods jou buy ?
3 KJLLthh COUGH
AND CURE THE LUNGS
w,th Wu mm s
PQR I OUGHSnnd 50c & St. 00
1 U" kyOLDS Fre. Trial.
Surest and Quickest Cure for all
THROAT and LUNG TROUB-
LES, or MONEY HACK.
How can you afford to be without them? When you can run lour 13 C. P
lamps at 2 cents per light per day.
P. M. fLaies per month for Residences
First 16 one dollar, each additional 16 50c, each additional 8 C. P. 25c.
REASONABLE CHARGE FOR WIRING.
100 First Street
Manufacturers of .
Ore Feeders, Rock Crushers,
Steam Scrapers, Tramways, Etc
Air and Electric Drills
Hand Drills '
A complete line of Mine nnd Mill
Catalogues, Plans and I'rices on
Hammond M'fg. Co.
ioo First SUeet
PORTLAND. - OKUGON
(TUIU) Hid MOTHF.lt OF UHKF
MAT1SM. "My mother litis boon n Miitfercr for
ninny yours from rhoumiitlMii," says
V. 11. Howard of Husband. Pennsyl
vania. "At tlineN she wns unable to
move at all. while at nil times walk
ing was painful. I presented her
with a bottle ot C'liainberlnlii's Pain
Baliii nnd after a few applications she
decided It was tho most wonderful
pain lellever sho lind over tried, In
mot, she Is never without It now and
Is at.ull i tun able to walk. An oc
casional uppllcatlou of Pain llnliu
hevpanwny the pain that she was
foruieriv troutiicu wun. ror nu
by The Modern Plinrnmcy.
NOTlrli FOH ITIILH-ATION'.
V. s. Land Ollloo,
Itowburg, Ore, IHv. Ill, 1IHU.
Xotleo Is lioreby given that the
ollowlng naliied nettlor lias tiled
notice of bis Intention to iiiuke Html
proof In support of his clnlui, and
that said proof will lie made tieforu
the Iteglslerand ISccolvor ol the I".
S. Land Olllco nt Kweburit, Oregon,
on' IVbruary So. IIHC, vli: II. K.
No. HI t'. John W Massey. for the
SUI( BUV fee. Stl. T. a., It. 3 W.
lie names tho following wUihmwoh
to prove hi" continuous residence
upon and enltivatlou of said land,
HniirvC. t.'ombs. Wlllliiin T. Me-
Coy, tV. li. lawey and II, I),
llniiglimaii, all ot Loudon, Oregon.
.1. T. IIiiiiiiihs, lieglster.
" "xTlTICU lXtltTrilLU'ATIOX
Laud Ollieu at IfoKobtirg. Ore.
NommiiIht I, HWI.
Notice Is hereby given that the fol-lowing-uatned
settler liaHlltcd notlei
of bis Int iitlon to make lliinl proof
la support of bis claim, and that said
proof will Ih made In-foreJ. .1. Wal
ton, V. S. Commissioner, at lilt olllee
at Kiigoue. Drvgon, on January 18,
HHITi, vl: 11. K No. Htil.1. (leorge V.
Hull, for the SP. K Nt! Sec. 21. T. 21
S.. It. I W.
lie iinuios the following witnesses
to prove bis continuous residence
upon ami cultivation of said laud,
Karnest .Mclteynolds, Oeorgn llnr
rlson. tleorgo .Mclteynolds, llert Me
Dole. ofDlvlde. Oregon.
J. T. lllllflllliH.
NUT1CK r'Olt rullMCATION.
United States I.1il Oniee,
ItosetmrK, Oregon, lrc. W, toot.
Xollre it hereby siren that In comrlUnc
ntlh the proililuniot the act ot Con(ni ot
June 3. ikis. cntlUM "An act lor the ale ot
tlinlrla&ut In the staieautralltorula,Oreiron
Nevada, aud Washington Territory," ajeltend
ed to all tbe public lan. I ilaltt bj act ot Aucuil
JOHN V. ntADY
ot Ijirane, County ot Line, Statu nt Greipm,
tut thlt iU)r nlitl In till unVe swurn
statement Xn. Sato for tlie purelie or the NV
ot Kectlon No. 4' TuunslilniM NMitti, nt KmiKe
4 uest and will otler proof to sImw Hut the
l.iml suuttlit U more ralitaMe lur Its llmlnr
or stone than for agricultural irMM ami
to rslnlillili lila eUliu to said Un.l IwAire
J.J. Walton. I' M I'omniKiimirr.at hl olllee at
Kiutcne. Oregon, on tt&turuar, the 4lh Uy ot
.M.in li, He names as llnes4ea. John
Hunt, ku Aunison, t. IK iiarruiEton ami .tvy
llarrlniitnii, all ot l.oraue, lano County, Oregon.
Anramlsll iwrsons claiming ailversely the
aboTti ilfsrribctl Unds are requested to nie their
claims In tills order nn or before M tth day o(
kuiio: J. T. lluiuar.t, lu-slster.
mmm w wmmm iiiiibw 11 n , I --. r i-i'l-' '
JMiMf ItltS A TTKXTtO.y.
Wo Imve lurgt supply of cheap
lumber, Just what you want on a
ranch, price very cheap, must bo sold
to make room for oilier stock.
The llootli-Kelly Lumber Co..
MtHtlniiw, 0 re
IN Tllti tHU'.NTY COl'IlT OK TI1K
KOM Tllfc nn'xTV or l.ArtK.
In the matter uf tbo Kstate ot
Satnuel A. (.letting, ileceiiHed. t'l
tatlon. To Maryland Oettluirs.Clay county,
IIIIiikIs: Mnrtlut A. Phwell anil Mary
Ann tlettlngH, tnt out Illinois: Betsey
Loach, state of Illinois: Tlmvtoii
(luttlugs, stnte ot Illinois: Mnry Mc
t'llntoek, state ot Illinois: Hoho Km
blanks, lleiitou. III.: Henry Usttluim,
St. Iuils, Mo.. Mnry Ut.niit, .Miami,
III.: Maiidu tlreenwood, state of Illi
nois: Lawrence Croallu, F'ltiny
Crosliii, llnrrlson Crosllii,.lonuy t'ros
llt. (leorire Croallu mid Ailliur ('tos-
lin residence unknown, nuil all sii-
oiih known ami iltikiiown iiiteivsten
In said ottlate: tlreetlnit
In tbe name of the Stttteof Oregon,
You aro berekv cited and P'oulivd to
iiptieur In the county court of tho
state of Oregon, tor the comity ot
i.nm. at tne court room tneitut, at
Kiimtno. In tin. t-iiiintv of l.nlii.. nn
I Monday, the thirteenth .,i of Kebril-
ar.v. lwy, nt uiree uciiK'Km tnenrter
noon of t lira t 'Iny, then ami there' to
show cniiso. II any you have, why an
order should not lie maileaiitlixi'filllg
and empiiserlug the adm!nltrnlor
III tbe a'' vo vstule to sell the ivst
estate l-cloiigliig to said eatt te, said
real tutiito hetmr described n follows:
llegiiinlng at n point $M feet went of
t. e soutln'iist corner nf a lot ot land
ilcilcd to .1. I) IVrklnx by U. p.
Adniiis, run tlien.t1 uortli 4i)".B feet.
thence west :il- feet. I hence south
lOT.tl , feet tbeniH' south 2i doitrien
wtt f.ft, thence euat III? feet,
theiice north lh9 feet to tln plaet of
iH'gftiiilng, containing I.I ncres ot
laud m)re orless In the city or t ot
tngt' drove, 1 .nix- roiint v, Oregtm.
WlfnoMM. iho lfiin. (3. K. t'lirlNinmi.
Jiuli- ot the Oninty Court of the
Stnte uf Oregon, for the County of
Lane and the M'lil of said court liere
t altlxitl. I hi-. 2Mb day of December,
(Seal: 'Attest.) K. P. 1KK,
The First National Bank
CoTTAGK GkOVK, OrK.
Paid ij Capital, $25,000.00
.Money to loan mi spproveil wuritv
Kxrlmitp'" Mild, svmlnble imv ,ilsce
n theUniti-.l -.iiitrH
llaasaax Kaais, T c Miti.m,
. r WihhIi-.-Ii
H. C. MADSEN,
KerlrltiK at tMwiml.lt I'hatKta.
All work iiiataulrel Mrit-i'laM,
w hi, in .rliwktHtiil Jcnclry olUnvol t'rlcra
lIOTl'AUK UltOVU, DISK.
A. II . KING
Utionicy ait fliUtv,
OOTVAdli, aitovi:, OltK.
J. E. YOUNG
iimea an juiii aitcei, rai puis
COTTAOK CiltOVX, OKK
.1,8. Medley. . .1. V. Johnson
Modioli $' Johnson,
O''ieo Sultf .7 IfiNiA' llhlth
Hnoclnl attention kIvcii to MlnliiK"
una toriioriiiiou i.uw.
A. P. and A. M.
CottA;e Grove No. 51; Mccta
isinud 3rd Sntttrdiiy.
Oliver Veatch, W. M.
V. O. W.
HoIicuiIr Camp No. 360. Meets
.very Snlttrdny night.
C. II. Vnn Dcnliutg, Clerk.
M. W. of A.
Cottage. Grove Camp No. 6.s.
Meets first and third Tuesday
C. W. Wnllncc, Clerk.
Court Ilohemla Mo. 33. Meets
every Friday night.
S. 1!. I.nudcr, Secty.
Women of Woodcraft.
St. Valentine Circle. Meets
1st and 3rd Tuesdays.
Mrs. C.J. Miller, Clerk.
I. O. O. F.
CottRKe Grove No. 68. Meets
every Saturday night.
Geo. Comer, lf . Secty.
Meets every and and .th Mondays,
S. K. Lauder, Secty.
0. & S. li It 11 CO.
Tlutfj Tttbl No. 2
Tr HITttt Apr. 2ad, 1901.
iiuutl Sand Sal only.
I pv Mir Ki
. I r.itl SuDiUy.
i l ,
i j u
KimI nt rrark.
Subject tdenanss.'vlOii'Ut DAtlM.
Alloiitarl tmlghl forwar.l.! nntr at the
join) rik t .hlpir aii'l(oniitne.
1 1. lain will mil I rrrltr. at Ins O. A 8
E K it Oojmii afiar A (ti p iu Tu In. iito
lormanlUiK on util train fralght rnuit ta
itelivurcl In ample tlm to bvrmlt ot lit
A. U. WOOD, Acting; (Jen fllftr.
ahu umow Pacswc
Three Trains To The East Dally.
TliruiiKh I'nlliunii atiimlAnl and tour-ii-t
sleciiiiiK " dally to Oniulin, Chl
rnyn, riiiuknnu; toiirint nli'i'ptiiK run
ilnily to Kiiihuih I'lty ; throiiKh 1'ulhiinn
toiirint HlcupuiK 'ioh ( piTHiinally con
iluvtiil) wi'ukly toClilcnt!", KniiwiiClly;
rcclininii clmlr niiM (auiiU (rto) to tlic
Ni.rlmiiu ol ran.
fiult I.uko, Diuiver,
l't. Worth, Oniahn,
KaiiHim City, Ht.
0. Km. m.
Vila 1 1 II llt-
Hill t l.nkv, Dunvur,
l' t. Wortli, uiiiiuiii,
KnnmiH City, fit.
I.oulx, Clilfiino ntul
H ,15 p.m,
viu 1 1 II II t
ieton , Hpoknnc,
Mimiu.ipolitt , St,
Paul, On I tit li , Mil
wiiiikcu, CIiIcuko iti
OCEAN AND HIVEIl SCHEDULE
Tor Kan Krniiclnoo Kvcry flvo day
ntH :00 p.m. Kof Astoria, way points
uml Norlli iloacli Dullv texnent 8iin-
iluyMt.nn p. m.j Suturdiiy nt lUjOOp.
111, i tuiiv aurvico (water nerinmiiin) on
W 1.. He aiiil.Yamlilll Itlven,
V- mlliir Ininrmatlon nk or tvrltu
. i.Liiruat ticket iignt, or
A. L. CRAIG,
tiommil l'ttimeiiKer Alit,
TlieQiuuon Hullroail A NuvAcatlon
Co. 1'ottliuid, Oregon.
BARKER & PERMAN
- I'llOI'UIKTOIlS 01'
THE EXCHANGE V
IIKAI.HIW IN I'INK
WINKS, I.IQUOKvS, C10AUS.
MalnalK-el. lliilliisx lrmr, Oif.
U. S. Aliuenil Surveyors
llooiit lillitnlt HIiIk. CiilttiHu ilrovt'.
M-i-m OivK'onlun lllilu:, I'orlliiiiil,
WOODCOCR & HARRIS,
lcolal allrinlon nhim tutholaif ol Mines.
K of P .
Juvenilis Lodge No. .(8. Meels
every Wednesday night.
Dr. Geotge Wall K. of U. S
, G. A. R.
Appotmilnx Post No. 31. Meets
slid and 4th Saturday.
II. C. Diitton, Ailjtttntit.
K. O.T. M.
Cnicade Cntnp No. 66. Meets
Prof. A. I HrigKH, Secty.
L L Hive No 42
Meets sod and .lli Tucsdny
Mrs. 1:. lMillmer, K. K.
Order Eastern Star
Cottage Grove Clmpter'No .
Meets every and ami 41I1 1'iidays
Hmiiin Colhurn Cum p.
Meets ami mid ,th Wcdneslny.
IJthcl llisl.v, Clerk.
ASK TIM-: MH'.il 1-OU
,S';io.nic, St. Vitut,
(Uilrtiyo, St I.ohIh
AND AM. POINTS HAST ANI1 SOUTH
Overland Train: Dally The Flyer
And Tho Fast Mall
Up to date Equipment
Daylight Trip across ths Gascada and
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II. DICKSON, (J. T. A.
122 3d St., Portland Ore.
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Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Rustic and
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