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N E W B E R G G RAPHIC.I
W. C, T. Ü. COLUMN.
MI.SC KLL AN EUl’ d
complete prohibition, endeavoring to
A. M. T ii: Iniu|unim7 or tiio utili'»-
make the public sentiment us we go.”
I In-re makes «¡¡stunt obj.- ■tí «-(early «lis*
— ¡ Faots and ligaras About Our U neided ; «■•■rnaWe. Fur this reason, though Ml. “ F o r C !o4 a n ti H o m e a n d N a t i v e : ‘ Do you say that we have taken a very
r. e . nor.sox
| narrow stand? Well, perhaps we have
W. M. IIIATT,
¡ Hood is more than fifty œüe* eas st of I’olt-
hind, it appears to ;ho vi ator fro*n other 1 •
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tak--n just as narrow a stand us did Paul,
Jno »n tro v c rtlb l« T«-«lliuiiiiy
C ollsrtcd sections eftlio country to be!
than ten : ___
__________ when lie said, this one thing I do, fur-
H IA T T L HOBSON, Editors and Prop’«.
from tin* Itcc.rit* of ttie t"nII.J s:alt»
miles di-taut. This deception to visitors w . c* T. c. NATIONAL fttiNVENTios. g-tli:^ tb.ow tliingsthat are liehind, I press
sign al S rrvttf. at 1'orttaail*
is a source of never coding amusement t o !
forward to the tilings that arc before.’ It
SATURDAY, DECEM8F.lt 29,1833.
li there is one thing above- another
necesury for us to pot ourselves solidly,
aliont which lie«, regarding Oregon, have
V ancouver n il! soon have eletti it- heen told it is concerning tier climate and transput-alley of tho utmoq.hero is the | It ¡s a noteworthv patio in history that eontradedly. into anything we can carry.”
weather. That the good ¡wople in every reason the photographer* in Oregon hare ¡„ HS4 ,,le llrrf(.st,’ 0rguni*ed society ol j Shepah I a glowin* tribute to tho “ superb
j leadership” of Miss Willard.
section of the country, who iliall read been able to do so superior quality oi women in tho world should bo invited to
(To Inf continued.)
M bs . C harm -:«» C rocker ha* given 15,000
this article, may know it is reliable and work ii3 to make tho scenery of this sec hold its Convention in America’s largest
to the Young Women’ll Christian Asso-
correct in every particular, tho writer lias
taken tits precaution to submit all that graphs. As a closing thought, remember 255,900 women, from nearly all State« j Jt is not understood that the Eastern
Oregon never bad a drought.
and Territories, Alaska included, had cities on tits Atlantic seaboard liavo ever
H enry Y illard is sail) to he trying to follows to the scrutiny of Mr. K. J. Glass,
turned their faces toward New York.
been canvassed for tho sale of Oregon r—H
secure a monopoly of electricity. He non the United States Signal Service ofUeer at
Reliable information on Mi : i point is to
Poetic justice, too, in the opening of prunes, and they actually know nothing • r i
hoi control o( tin* Edison KUctrio Light | I’ortlund Oregon, who has kindly fur
be obtained from tho mortality statistics tho Metropolitan Opera House to a body about tbein. New York and oilier great
Company and Bill try to consolidate it nished 1 he figures in. every case anil cor
found in the tenth census of the United of women only, since a no less dis cities naturally should prove to lie the
\» ith the Westlnghonso Electric Company, rected every statement contained in the
States. In examining Jhe statistics it tinguished body of men lately convening best market for all excellence. The Ore
f-inco lie relumed iron) Germany lie seems original monusciipt. If, when you have
completed reading this article, you dotilit will lio found that tho total number of within its walis felt compelled to deny gon prune surpasses in quality any grown
to have ptenly of money.
any of. tiie statoients made, send a post deaths occuring In the whole United admittance to women delegates. A new in Europe or America, and w hen intro
T h e N ewsewi G rai - hic is a tlnoly r-rint- age stamp to Mr. Glass and lio will send States during tho census year gave a definition of chivalry, having a most kind- duced to Eastern customers a market will
ed weeklv papcr pulilislicd ut New hcrg, hy con a veil deal ion over Ids own official death rato of 15.1 to the thousand:
!v feminine meaning, belongs totheeney- be afforded for more titan we can raise in • » r i
Iflatt A llo'ison. Tlils paper hrings lo signature. There arotwo kimlsof climate For the State of Oregon.....................19.0 cloptcdia of this age, as our account will the next ten years, and we venture the
“ “ Iowa........................ 11.11 show. It was a most snecesfnl Conven-1 assertion that prices will never bo lower
Iiotico a scction of cour.try hitlierto with- In Oregon. That in the. Willamette val
“ “ Califotnia................ 13 3 lion in nutulicrs, 403 delegates and officers j than at present iu this city, where they
ont a haruld. Wo wolcoino tlw ttew ley and all Western Oregon and Washing
“ Alabama................. 14 2 Kiing in attendance, besides hundreds of range front seven to twelve cents per
venturo to our lisi of excbanges.-r-Wost ton Territory limy ha property termed a
“ “ Tennessee................ 10.2 vi-itors ft m neighboring i-'tates. "A s is pound. It is strange, but truo, that no
marine climate, beenu^yt i > regulated hy
“ “ Minnesota ...............11.5 the Now York press, so is tho world’s bin iness effort seems to have been mudo
I ndiai * War Veterans meet at Narth the Pacific ocoan. oS^roo other hand.
And folfowln; the calculation out for | opinion of the Convention” said one, and, to introduce our eitred product at the East,
Yamhltl Mio llrst Frlday in January. All ! thè elimale cast of thè Cascade range of
all tlu stales in llie Union it will lie found so weeks before, lliss Mary Seymour, ol and there is tiie best market fur such
thè I. W. V. Invite.! to attendto eloct del-1 monntian» may he tcrtr.ed mi inland eli-
that ’ lie death rata in Oregon is less than New York, perio-iallv won the leading pa goods. Millions of trees are being planted
vg ites to tnect at Portland, Juno 1-1, and | mate, beeau a it is controlled more l>v
in any other state.
liers to tt cf>,'i'iciiii»n of what the Conven and ti.iir product will soon appear, for
transai’t sudi husinessas come*liutoro thè ! tho aciion cf
There cannot Isi said to,bn any prevail tion would lic^%3 a large force of repor live years is a short tluie in a business
meeting. Hy orJer ol G. !.. HowUnd, naolHcr carili, ber mountain». foresta and
ing discaso in tho Wiiiametlo valley.
ters were furnished, supplying tho city sense. If we commence now to work up a
captain. —Yamidii Reporter.
E.-peelally is it free from tint clan of papers and ass«x-iated press with full and market, we shall grow into full communi
IT r.AISS IN OREGON.
cation with the whole United states by the
D. W. Ralston shipped on Tuesday, .TOO
It lias liciti nlleged hy Ilio cnemies of diseases called summer complaint*; and quite accurate accounts. Tlia few criti
time our product increases to ?! ,UM>,'XXI a
head of lino mutton sho<-p to Portland ; ho thi* scolimi that it r.iin* io Oregon, and of chronic diseases, those of the nervous cisms sent out iu advance served to awak year in value.
also drovo down 4-) he;id of cattle that tliat it rulns a great deal. That it rains system are benefited most by the climate en more intfre- t, and even tlm immense
Tiie effort making by tiie Oregon State
uvcraged 11318 pound« cadi. Doth cattle ! wo ncknowledgo witii franUness, Imi of Western Oregon. In fact for all dis- Opera House was many times crowded.
Horticultural Association to get up a Fruit
NEZT D 00 E TO P. 0 .
KEWBEEG, 0 EEG 0 N.
Growers’ Union deserves all the more con
and sheep were stall fed. A finer lot of ^ (j|a^ ¡t rajna too nincli wo deny. For the cases caused or accompanied by nervous
It is the boor of convention, Frida), sideration from the fact that it will enable
beef and mutton never left this county. ■
fi/teon years there havclieen an uver- pro-itration, the eiiin.itoof the li’ ill.imoUe morning, Oct. 19. Tho devotional ser us to introduce our products into every
Ono steer weighed over 17>>J. * alu*1'-| J ;l^o of lii ! days eac’li year on whicli some Valley is almost a parlances. Many peo vices have been conducted hy the well- market between the two oceans, and this
! r,tin |l!)8 fallen. The total precipitation ple come to Oregon on account of ill known evangelist, Miss ¡4. M. I. Henry, no individual can do. a. few prominent
health and a very large per cent, are hen- of Illinois ; ii|ion the large platform are fruit growers will in any case utiiio their in
Tux county clerk oí O,ant county bet per your 1ms averaged for thg past sixteen
terests and work together and it is prob
heavily on the success of President ( 'leve- j years -2.0.1 indies.
rea ti rinnst
» - -ai ollted by til« change. One of tlie induce seated Miss Willard, the National Presi able that they will do bet terfor themselves
ments to health seekers is tho opportun dent, and ty lier side Mrs. Judge Thomp than a largo association cun do for them ;
land at the late election, and lost. lie not in mind one fact, and that is that any day
i t y for
son, “ tiie mother of tiie ernsade.” U«-- but they recognize that it ¡»for the best
only wagered his mvn money Inti that of on which .01 of an inch of rain or eno'.v
-----W IT H —
interest of nil to work in entire harmony.
fote them, upon the table, the old leather- They believe that excellence will pay and
tho county. Dissipation followed and an
Pleasure resorts in tiie mountains, on the covered Bible, from which the Crusade they propose to reach such excellence in
attempt to end life was made, but medical plain more fully, Takc Ilia year ol 1337
beach and at note I watering places, art- Paulin was read that memorable inorniog, their own work as to insure good prices.
aid saved him. lie IWSigned. Ileed 1 1)0 , : in 1'urlt.i'nl the number of days on which
within easy reach. I-’rom any point in Deo. 2.3, 1373, when “ the seventy” went If all prominent fruit men will join tiiis
and W INDOW SHADES.
tu -rul ; don’t tict, don’t gamble, don’t I rain fell was as follows : On dear day
1 ; fair days,47 : cloudy days 109 ; total,157. lim Willamette Valley a few hours ride out two by two. The oilier officers are iu movement tiie result will lie an entire suc
cess because it will Ire independent and
Then again, (o a (xirsoti w ho lias never on tin train takes you to tho Pacific convenient nearness to this central table, responsible. Oregon fruit growers never
Two young men in L ine county while exp- rii-nce I Oregon climate, tho first Im Ocean, whore, if you wish to live in prim and upon tlie
work for tiiem-
(..V , platform
I also a score or ........'
limiting hoar made the usual mistake in presi ion which it formed in the min I is itive style, you may camp out and feast, moro ot distinguisned leaders of tl-.e W. ! selves,—Oregonian.
Vlie selection of game. George Montgom lii.it there is a downpour of rain on e.i -li as often as you please on tiie bent fish in 0. T. IT. Tho five gàlleriesar» decorated |
ery had killed a bear, and was standing of these 157 days. The following table tlm world, or clams and oysters, frcsli with (lag*, and tiie lower tiers with 1
»¡ear it, when lie heard a noise in the shows tlm number of days on which itae- from the Ininy deep. Among tho pas shields of Stales, with here and there a i
1 rush, and thinking it was another, fired lions of one iin-li oj r.ii 1 fell :
times are riding on tho beach or in one \V. C. T. U. banner. Near 200 lights ]
B U C H A N A N tA P A R K S ,
tit it, lout discovered in a short time
of tin many pleasure boats or steamers, iliuhiino the scene, bringing out tho gold |
No. of «lai h ..11 n I:b
that ho had killed his companion, .John
gathering shi-lls or botanical or gw,logical of tho walls and die balconies, tiie tua- !
IVU f«»r íA ól,
Schwartz.—Wasco ( lliwerver.
specimen*. Excursions on tho Wiliam- ruoti of Ilio upholstery, and the delicate AH work done with dispatch and guaran-
or ( oltliqliia rivers are frequent, ar.d j j,rocn D[ (|IU palms ranged along (lie plat- ! teed to give satisfaction. We respectfully
Two new poatoliices have recently been
i» .z 2 the scenery from tho Columbia river form
An organ occupied the left side, |
solicit a share of your patronage,
established in Alaska, and bids are now
steamers is not sarpassed by any rivor nnj the cornet band near seems impa- XEWBEUG
. . .
being advertised for furnishing an oc
i dent to te.st tho acoustic properties of die
f. 7 7 4 3i «i scenery in tbo world.^
casional mail service for tlieso offices. Tho Januiry..............
* ■•i •1 0 ?i 2)
EXCHANGED TOR OREGON, WASH. TER. OR CALIFORNIA LAND.
Christman Tree at .rones’ Hall.
j immense building.
names of the now offices are lingo and March................... • iii
I! 1 (
1 1 )
Tlm Christmas Tree at Jones’ Hall was
.'-liss Willard and Mrs. Thompson are
Afogank. Tho postmaster at Ihn former
4 t 13
For Informatioa Address at Either of the Following Offices:
.» JTI (• 0* •J very successful nffair, and was attended -milling the ok! I’ ihie, reading verse by
place is Mr. J. II Carr, and at the latter, .Inno
Iiev. A. Wirtli, liolli former residents of Amrust .
1 1 1 0
9 i 2 1 11 «S There were three trees filled with presents, j Psalm, and “ Give to tho wind thy fears”
s plumber. ........
(N ear R. It. D epot .)
1 0, 4
0 :t 0: M many of them being very valuable. Tiie ' rollsout from Ihu golden cornets and liun-
,1. Thomas Temer, Attorncy ut Wash- l)eftem’»«>r . .
7 21 21
trecs were ¡Humiliated and tastily deco- j dreda of voices, llow different from the
•17 ii 27 :: >
t" opo for tìolumon \\’ . Ilardcs'.v ofCIm k-
rated. Appropriate motto*« were hung trembling tones of the few Crusaders!
. e» , . . dv- -Tregon. wriles to tini Ore-
This year wat not an exceptional yea*,
a found tiie hall. Music was fair, ¡shed by j After die usual preliminaries, a nr.o-
N E W B E R G
liooms Just Completed und Newly Furn
gom.m (Decomber 13) that has he just se- Imt was (-itoseli h.-canso tho precipitation
IV,.:. Wymans’ Orchestra, which ren I, re I (" “ nt was j b w t o weU-om.- \cttl Dow,
t r . ina» slrtiggle, an nllpwanc.i for 1 i -7 iqu* ~| 54 17
. i • l ' 1 ■ anumne-r r.i fem-tfdns ora m «, . i.v-s, m-'f ->•«*•- i-sab^wPH^oMbUlon.” 'He ex
I t Ili,
JiJIij, II 4
disabillty, wili, „rreart annunting to }12, from fifteen years’ observations, and also cluding Mendholson's Wedding .Mareli, fressed tho corrvjction that tiie time was!
r it .t’i. Tl.is onn of thè largest intuìsever bucau-e tin year of 1 ;'o has only four Selection from Martha, etc. The occasion ! " ° t far distant wln-n this cause of temper-:
A G E N C Y .
p-. sion acconnt. ilardosty moro rainy days than tho average num was enjoyed hy all present, Santa Claus ant* would triumph, but that " i f we are I
making some good "hits.” The children ! have deliverance from the tratiic of in-1
lost halli eyes and was »hot tInoligli Ilio ber of rainy days for fifteen years.
Real Estate Bought and Sold. Farms
! toxicating liquors in this country, ii w ill;
t Itigli in battio and Iti* caso simul i bave
Tho Ktalislics prepared by the United
bo i«i no oilier way than through tiie bai-
Rented and Rents Collected.
liad attenllon long ago.—Ore,gonion.
<î«ir ChrUtmnfl Dinner.
Hfafet Signal Servile niako a very favora
| fot box in tiie hands of women.”
ble showing f.ir Western Oregon. Accord
Last Friday, Mr. Frank Morris, senior !
I. ccie » I I eat . i , whn «lieti Dee. 19, at
Mist Willard’s annual address was re-
'lauta Cruz, California, was Oregon’* tirsi ing to tho official reports, the average momix-r of the firm of Morris, Miles & j |!e,vw, wilIl t!l0 cUMMt aUention, and fre-
cauce n o :
( o , .;ame into lite G h u - hu - olii*» and | «pient , ,,relon||ed
Hecrctury of Stato. He wasolected i.u 1353
lio.';-, an I
O X M A IN STR E E T.
in advanco of thè u Imissimi of thè State, 52.03 inclios ; Block Island, il. I., ,54.91; ht-crfiiily remarked that “ lie and his wife
The Convention adjourned at tiie dose
Leie je c c
were looking after the waifs and strays of tiie ail;Ires», and lunch was served in
nnd took oflicn wlum lite state governnient
X cw beiq*,
O re g o n .
Arm ici cr ,.:j
was organizod in 1339. Jolm Wlilteaker 51 13; ! latter;)«, N. 0., 74.54 ; Kittyhaivk. and wanted us to eat Christmas dinner! tin; building to tli- entire ill legation.
«r*-*. * -• T» r-ra ; i
wasGovi-rnor. Mr. Healli lini rosi,Imi in
The Corresponding Secretary’s report,
Persons Desiring Such Property Will do
California for ni tny yeirs. I.ast Httmnier sn mffo, i l l., 53 III ; Cedar Keys, Fla., two school teachers and the two G raphic and that of the Treasurer, showed growth
n ■> -T- — i
Welt to Consult us.
lio visite,! Oregon, ntul a re poi t tjf un in-
ia all the work. The forty national de
inrviow Milli III in w.is puhìished in thè Ala.,05.97 Montgomery,fill.25 ; Vick-lipr.r, tiie hungry. At 12 M. wo dosed tl-.e «loot-1 partments were reported bv their superin
Orcgoniun. He wiisoieuted secrotary of Miss., 111.-33; N.-iV Orleans, l.a., (;!.:!(!; to onr suitrtutn and with lumpy hearts tendents In different cessions. Those on .
State in Oregon a» a deirtocrat, hut on tlm Shreveport, l.a.. 54 11 ; I .it t Iu Ihs-k, \rk.. tripped gaily tip tiie street to Mr. Morris’. I Friday wore Heredity, Health, Kinder
N kwokro , O regon .
try • j
-gJ i j La uicq
lirsaking out of tiio civil war he loft that 09 35; Galveston, Tex*«, 52 30; Chatta Tiie oilier guest*, Prof. Morrison, and Miss j garten, Scientific- remporanco Instruction,
ÍZ.' *. J powcï* c f repluaigl'.ii. * ths
■party and over aftcrwards was a Reputili-
Sunday School, Juvenile Work, Temper
viia!»'. ; c* t!ic Liody, b/ s —PP , i’*~ a-l
V, .37; Memphis, Temi., 50.1 ); (t'ympia, utes before. Mr*. Morris an noil need ilin-
ance in Schools of Higher Education, i
wccr.;i..j cunutituc n - <. ( ï.\c
T.. 50.27; Sitka, Alaska, 19.5.1 1 tier promptly at 1 o'clock, and we went into
A R T IS T .
Franchise, Parlor Meetings, Temperance ' ClûOw , H ï \.i.i a: -.d r:_z.o
A NEW cxeliange callcd thè GnApnic,
HEAT ANI) Col.11
tiie dining room with proper dignity.
I iteratnre, Suppression of Impure l.itera-1 c.r. J i :r ccvc!o(Jn^ z ! l.-C • u./iri
cornea lo tt* front Newberg, Yainhill
Passing tho subject of rain and sunshine Tin- table was loaJc.l with good things;
l’orfr.dts enlarged to life size and finished
ûr. J r -nc.i;n3 c f tho C; .k m : j the
eouaty. It is a lieat, soven-eolnmn paper, wo come upon tho correlated snbject. of chicken, soaffoped oyster*, i-orneil lieef, turo. There are sixteen- free kinder
l'.lÿsc :î Lc^rcc,. lîactaz.3 a ¿.pecirie,
in Crayon India Ink or Water Colors,
we’.l (illed with advertisemciits. bus a I he temperai lire. The iviiter is not an pica, cakes, jellies, sauces, and such fruits
z i lf.02 3 c f V. îc p recent
dioico «xiilcclinii of reading matter, and j Oregnnlan by birlh.and wliile lu-.-ti!l cher- as only Oregon produces. After feasting care of tho V,’ . C. T. U. Twenty-live
R oom over M oore B ros ., D ri - o S tore .
a^:, f i .■
r * t i * c;;
and pv.r»Ti ncr.t
►liow* sigiis of lieing a lieallliv chi d i*hss a keen «lelight in thinking of thè 111«- until that feeling of utter «allsfaction with : hates nnd nil Territories have secured to
-Keeps all Kinds of-----
c-.*o c f a'! CwT-.n^crnc.'..; c f \ .-.o
Howlnirg it a «muli town iu Ilio pirlion «n i ()|,| h„mo cast of ilio Kockios, he must in ourtu-lvcs and with the world, which only ; the children ¡nail public si-hook», rcicntlfic
Yamhlll known tt* tho ’’gruliSy end." de- I ,-andur ucUnowli-dgo ho wili m i return a good dinner can prtxluce, Imd come over tenipvreneo instruction. 299,000 pledged
»Ring its mino from tho f*ct of its U-ing j ri-sid,- lill Ilio cimiate there 1* molificd. as. we returned to tin- parlor, where an diildrpn belong to tho Loyal Temperance
I L'À/ a cal
>. ij -
verv licavity timliered. Dot in ISA » u j With-ut U-hig ho i-tfnl it may truly he hour or more was spent ,-i social chat.! I i.eg ions.
c on...aga? ac
C . - . l j c_-
»miuhi-rof Friond*(tIn»k«rs; seltlcd liti-e ! *ai,l Oregon i* p>*ses-c.l „f 1!n npiaide Then realizing that tho walls of the | Friday evening was the crowning hour
and liegun Ilio task of clearing tho la-nl clìniato wldch, all tliings c itisi k-red, is sanctum were probably orlining with the I 'o f the Convention, with welcome* from
Lc-a c f
r—; ! A-syrt io,
tiie Mayor of New York City, General
und maUing homes; ol itera from “ tl-c | imeqnalled unywhere in thè wurid.
«ry of “ copy” we returned to our work. I
Uchi3 a flateral I'iestgrgiivc, i.acacr-
B uys , C okstanti . v , P rodi - cb .
State*" carne lo their assistali«!«, and a* a i Kinvc Ih.« c.-tahlishnient in Portland in Wo wish to thank Mr. and Mrs. Mortis Fisk and Mrs. IJitrt, tlia President of
cfTccto arc n;t fc'.icwcJ ' y
sold cheap and ONE PRICE
remlt hiimlred* of arres of tliat hoavily 1372 0f Un-Signal S* r .k-ootll.-elhe nu-rcu- for their courtesy to us, and liopo tnativ
ccrrocpcndinj rcaciicn, bzt .-..-c
to everybody. No old stink. Call and
lirubereil se«*tion bave li*-«-u elcard and ry lia« nevor fallen iie!«>w vero hnt once, happy CbH*tma*c*i will !*-theirs toenjm'. I
“ ‘°°k n 1
(o " c',-o:,K‘ ,M'
F c m a a c r:;, e n j aro frequent'-/
Mat-o no society orgoniA- l upon an oppo-
see prices anil goods before purchasing
«enres of goral liome* nude. In III.» mi lst , an I tliat was January of thè pr. «ent yeur.
».'town, from tho fire: c'../ c f ita
elsewhere. No trouble to show goods.
of Ibis setllemenl Ilio llouri diing town of when it n-g.sterc-l taro degrees liel.nv, and
adminiatration, b/ a rem -..-kahlo
Tlto l iiiistmas at tiio F. 1’. \. C<\mnn-! perance” —would find a single member,
Highest cash price for ail kinds of grain.
New ber* spnmg ttp nltout si x ycar* ago ¡icvor climed hlglier than 99 «livree*.
All kinds of work done at reasonable
In r.caaa c f Cia ITc.-.-oua L oxtcu ,
«n i to-dny givo* piottiise of maltìng one
Tb- pire air of *.nr bill country, ih * «i'tni M d!, given hy tiie Young Women's J Gen. Fisk drew a happy comparison he- 1
v.-fift a fcclin* o f V i-cr, Strength and
,T. T . S M I T H , NOTA R Y P UBLIC.
v i tho heat kuwns ut tho west stile. .Vsi-le oaisi-.inlc viitm-* of onr for -«!*, thè ciy i
Comfort to whigfi the patient h.u
f.xini t!tdstomi, shop», otc., u-ualiv found ^ tal water of moitnlaht »prings and stri-am* I ma-. I’ ve, iva* a great siu-ccs. Al noven ! T. U. “ The marldo women’» face is
C enter S treet ,
N ewbero , O reoon .
NEAV BERG, OREGON,
lo.nr boon unacguoiomcJ. Tf-.c ner-
in Binali tnwns, Newlwrg ha* an Acini -tny ; an i thè «quablo temperature of our se,:- o i-'.oek l!ie li.di was wo!l fii’e.1 iviili people turned toward the sea, away from our
49,':99 saloons. You staine* of flo-h and
tliat 1* sai l lo l*>ono of Iha he 4 islitca-' liuti nf thè World, Bill mala-Oregon cren
aa tho Functional Dcran-cmsnt.
ttonai Insti-ution* in Oregon. Tiiere 1* ono : 1 imlly thè favorite «p t for thè Iravek-r to i a gixj i lime. Tho l.uge (rea was I, a le I ' do. «1 stand face lo foe.” Mr*. Livermore
Sleep becomes calm and rc.*rc;S-
hran.-n of bitsiu.'s.* tliat d-s- not prosper | i vi in, an i thè il-me of niiny litici wi h
livf- At tho samo li no the patient
j’.vever, and tlistl i thè saloni, to proiong tifo an i s|H-nd d v'ining year*, ! uscfnl presents. Afler a few library «x- in our e Tiling to New York, that she war
pains fLsh,.tho features presenting
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a striking i "pre.-emc.-.t ; tho Uaeo
from, and iusm-ce*«* i* alir.ost un asMireil
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. ¡ e says, eli-., Santa Clansap|icared and thè marvelous growth and wonderful develop
bcoe-aioo FuEar, th o !_'pa 3 cd. tho | Several liun.h-ed copies now go east of tiie Rocky Mountains, and more copies to go
tari, boemi-s thè Friend* wili inako ber
n U r *t>r iH in thè .listiiliiiliui» t.f pr.'scnb* lieran. A* Mr.
ment o:' ti ll organization.” “ The mag
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| rlniuM un l tori) h U km iirv tut;itiv unknown. K.l. Wuircn, who was ai-ling t;s Sania nitudo of the operations, the extent ol the
-»” 1 E r a ..by. The hair c f tiro
l ’ktiis, Bar laking soinctliin;: «-fflhotree piati*, tiie wonderful way in which the
W .h f .," W t . rm .t-».
■!„ HO partof Oregon, thè oldest lui.
head and beard £rovc-. and acquires
An i- **l IVrtlatnlar, who »Urti-11 Rasi |ant wili Id i voi, »-eh tliing* a* zi -.a- hi* w ig n<\idenliy calighi lire freni o;ie of ! - ¡news of war are possessed by lilt- women,
strcn^’.li, ns also the trails, chawi-13
n it*w wrrAH uiro. t*-« k ulontf^itli Imi» a ,- . . , t
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' thè many wax t.ip..*, and, bui fer pitvnpi the increased ninni-y, magnificence of the
the importance c f the action c f tl-.s
ìjw «nnini^j of Ori'inm fruii. \V»mi I h * !
' a*,*nl W|U u ; ,rnu
action ni suine of l!ie tny* wh>h -l,v I bini great nut took, nnd all tho while, Ilio high
|t«»t into Ululi, the traiti Ì»ay paino ulon^ 1 ^nonn. Atnithrr fiMttiro
r-cdicino on tl-a organa c f nutrition.
courtesy, ilic great regard Dint women
dt'miiiritlvtì upp!*^ for pu ! i \ i nninmor U r«x>l
K ; torn pro’ dc
It ^ivea back to the human structure,
have for each other, K in g sobered and
nnd «tir Wehfoot friend a*ke I hitn « hxt ! lsl i4Ìn - it in i*t he n itr 11 w^i • i ih
la a cuitab'o term, t!-.e L'vcV -, A n V
they wetc l |X>I| heing tnìd thnt III"! ,
was a narr.nv cv.ipo for 1! 1„ b it ho u n tempore I hy sharp criticism from with-
r^.*f3 > Eloaacat c f L ffo -,r j eh
wer# sppios h» espn-sed hi*.ti l«li, f in
’ 1 ’ >;|'-«» m thè Northwest an-
noi Inni v illi thè cxieplion «.fa »Ü.lit
it.” Sho trace 1 tiie w«>rk of the W. C.
Ilio »Intoni-ut, and openml hi* vati e. < -> ii!»-'k-1 l'or o ii.ort t> n!.v-p under burnii:) ih.» wri-t
huvo been \.’a cU J . and exerts an
Afler »Ile Chrilni.n 7. U. to the tan - they llegan to h>-k for
Bhiclt wa* storci! with Wiìlam. rte valtov I Manket.» idi »uni iter. V. t n i li H
¡* tt,.- irei- Ilio memeemof Ilio Y.W. C T. U. ¡n i
Important influence ¿¡reedy 0 1 tiro
I-M-In. tions. Taklng from thè hit a imu ! f.u-t. Forinstni ■',iu 1-37 l!u- average a few lavi; 1 tuc-i*. nmiricring over filli ¡icrman.-i t sm-i e * “ to Ilia enforcing of
Urai.r, Cpiaal Marrow and I Jcrvous
ndUvnt Glora Mondi appiè, which b - j »
-- tten , c f a Nutritivo, Tonis an.! la-
inbiimui:» night lem ¡-.-nil nr.- for June in ali, rei-aire I lo »he K. P. \. Ikurding Site law.” of how Mrs. Foster inauger.itcd
» ’emt thè ri/o of a ehlld*’ beni, Iccp.e-
ijOiv.ii.1 3 character, 1 : crcty check-
Ang ist II i.l un i onjiyed lli»uise!v. < pl.iyi.v_- eonstitutioual pm!iibi!«-ry atm-ndment*.
n te«l it tot he *stoni*hcl “ Peaimt*,“ who un»» 5 > 1, hr ? 11» V >12, an i i
<??. a I was.inq o f t o Vita’ Ffs id end
game» unlil s'i .per wa* aunounix-d. An ; and the JAgXJrt majority for this law in
h i l never *ei*n anything like it l*-:ov.> 54.->. T il’s«, figli! vs are »uffh-itott proof altack w.i* Diade upen tho i fu-iny, thè i
»! 0 mere Cxhauitln" Preccsscs c f
Life, ca 'n ta .'a 'a ?
•Io rehi ed in ludi ve il was an appio and of cool nigh**. T i * av. r ige vi-I --ily of yster*. wld«li nere in a «tate uf r„up., lo-v.i. “ AH honor for the greaf push she
1 7 0 7 .1
Esrcrp-fciTlr “ 13. a n r-r».! T'.-.-r — .
insista I timi it must Ivi a walcruu-lon.
Tilt- o-ieaiy wa* r, ale land se verni gaiiomi e ¿ve it», nnd f..r the opening cf our eyes.
B IL L HEADS.
C-rioaa vrfvch rcoOcro tho L-fnd
Ait -r I» ing convii.n-d limi it ira nil apple,
of bini la!:-n pris-mer. Tti- nttai kiiiL
ho iwi-i lie hn-i I ks - ii on ihi-ronl for s,-.,-r- li ve mile* p-r Inmr. while Ilio highest v i pirlv sustained t»o «erions « la n ía ;and : rout of that ha* come everything we have.
Fuar c . e: entirely cvereomi
al year», hnt h.ni never seen an* tiling In I»v i!y for Ilio same number o veur* was ih.* vietorio-»« forrr -' n-tunie-.l lo thè pi»»» done since” —of Kansas, and her caliing
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ila I, buetivo end tlu rriih cispsei-
eqn il it in nil hi» joiirnoybtg«. Tl-niirc 53 miles per hour.
!-r in gissi oriliW. it w«i» ne.tr inibii - a - the women to the polls tn help |rubini-| tu:» which many p; rears c -j.-ri-
Cs^Fri.niptly and neatly exc-i.ied. m n
gon mm »fieraani* shone i ih.- l*-v s '».y
¡t has como out at last,
Regarding fog it is lo be si 1 it forms before thè ba;i|.v « ani:.a ly dispvrs«-1, i -:i ptohihib,
5 .7 ‘ 1 - . -
halón ui I said it was an On
i g-ar> -,
v i-hln* c.nli oiln-r “ Merry Cliristira
t, i. jj r e a I'ctAfe.
«Uli thi 1. >y actually h.-iiov.-d ho i . — C o l on all river* in (he .ugnimi «> lii« year. and fé« ling that it ha 1 Ije.-n a HI -al »>!ejs- ! »t«-¡> by step, wo are learning by stum’ding
and making mutakes, that at last Be are
ralis Ti n - .
buU* generally «'.i-p l!e i hv
.c V k u: I i-v iHn t.
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