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The Light oí the World, GENERAL MERCHANDISE <)r«an Ste»r.i: tn . , From i’. rilaiel. For 4 p. Hl. 1 8 pm. San Francisco Every 5 day*. or Our Savior in Art. . Cost nearly $lt>0.000 to produce. j 8 p. ID. 1 p. tn. L'olumM* Hirer SlramerM. Except ■Contains nearly 100 full-page en Ex Sun. To Astoria and ay- Sunday. gravings of our Saviour and Hi 'rtturaj Landing*. Bits of Humor. Mother by the world's greatest 110 p. IL. painters. True copies of the great Willamette Hirer. At a recent poultry show was est Masterpieces in the art galleries I G a. m. Oregon • ity, New 4:30 p m berg, Sab tn and Way Except ■an exhibitor who claims to have of Europe. Every picture is a’ 1 Except Landings. Sunday. 1 Sunday beautiful as a sunrise over the hill Wset a hen on music. tops. Contains descriptions of the * 7 a. m. WilUmettr Jk Yamhill 3:30 p m Don’t despair because you’ve hirer. Monday paintings, biography of the paint • Ten -day Oregon City, Dayton ¡got the grip; think of the spider ers, the names and locations of the 11 Tuhrd’y and \\ ayLaudings Wed, & whose life is always hanging by a galleries in Europe whe-e the origin . ' & Sat. Friday. thread. als may be seen. Also contains a Willamette ltir*r. 4:30 p in 6 a. in “It is better,” chirped the Dish- Child’s Department, including a | Portland Corvallis Tuesday Faced Idiot, “to have married a Child’s Sb.ry of the Cnrist ami Hi- Ti.urs 4 and Way Landings. Thurs <Xc Sat. short gii 1 than never to have loved Mother, beautifully written, to fit 'jt each picture. This wonderful book,'- a tall.” Leave Leave , Some men are always referring matchless in its purity ami beauty.1 Riparia, Snake Klrer. Lewis! n “the mistakes of their lives.” appeals toevi ry mother’s heart,and , 1 .20 a in Hiparía to Lewiston. 8:30 a ni Daily. Dii v. The real mistake of their life was in every Christian home where A N.II oah , there are children the book sells it-1 in being born. Huntington. Oregon self. Christian men and women “Mama,” asked little Nettie, W. H. HURLBURT, are making morey rapidly taking “what is an angle?” “An angle? orders. A Christian man or woman Gen. Pa«s. Air’t. Portland. Oregon Well, an angle is a beautiful can in this community soon make A. I.. MOHLER, President. young girl that dies.” "But mania $l.u0<) taking orders for Christmas presents. Mrs. Waite, our agent in I why does papa always call my Massachusetts, has sold over #3,000 te nursie an angle?” “Hum, respond- worth of books in a very short time. £ ed the mother, after a moment of Mrs. Sackett, our agent in New J thought, “your nursie is going to York, has sold oyer #1.500 worth of books m 11 very short time. 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