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Entered at the pestoflice in McMinnville,
as second-class matter.
for Infants and Children
HIRTY years’ obaarvatlon of Caatoria »lHa the patronage of
The western skies are golden
As some great wheaten sheaf.
But brighter fai that olden
Siveet tale of love's belief.
The sunsets die and vanish
With each departing day.
But years serve not to banish
The love that lives alway.
And this is niy sons.
— Flavel Scott Mines in Godey’a Lady Book.
vKwitfiSjZaiSwASwRíwwñ»V JüwwBl *V»<
£^URING hard times consumers
cannot afford to experiment
with inferior, cheap brands of bak-
miUiona of person., permit :is *•> i peak of it without gueaaing.
It 1» un<£ue»tinnubly thn best ro.ueily for Infant» and Children
the world ha» evor known.
A FAIR SUBSTITUTE
¡t is NOW that the
purity of the
ROYAL stand out as a friend in need
It iw haj-mle»». Children Ilk» it. It
comic opera singers Henley whispered to
Kenyon as they stood at the stage door
after the performance.
“All right, old boy. I envy you. Wish
you luck,” said Kenyon, and he started on
ahead of his partner in success.
Ileuley walked home with Constance
Marriott. He must beg her pardon for
giving her that kiss. He did so quite elo
quently, and sbegave it back to him when
they got inside the door of her dwelling.
What a welcome came from the sweet in
Well, well, well, what a happy hour it
was, while Constance told how, after the
first rehearsal we have spoken of, she had
overheard i he description of the accidental
telephone from the prompt side to the lead
er’s desk; how she, too. bad discovered the
same sort of a lineof communication lead
ing from the star dressing room to the
chorus room; how she had listened that
Friday night, how she had deliberately
bribed the librarian of the theater to let
her have the Hcore, telling him that she
had beeu made “understudy” and needed
to look over the prima donna’s part; how
she and her mother had worked at the role
all Saturday and Sunday, and-----
You know or can imagine the rest.
Forbes kissed her again—this time right
before her own mother, who laughed a very
knowing laugh Then Forbes actually
kissed the mother.
“The Wayside Inn” ran to crowded
bouses for over five months and was then
taken off. Miss Marriott was unable to
appear for two weeks, and the public
would have no one else In her rule She
took this fortnight’s vacation because Mr.
and Mrs Forbes Henley went on their wed
ding tour..—Nath Childs in Short Stories.
The fact that the speaking tube leading
to those who desire to practise Econ-
give, them health It will sayo their live«. In it Mother» haPa
from the prompter’s desk to the conduct
•ometbing which is abaol-tely sgfe and practically perfect a» a
omy in the Kitchen. Each spoonful does its per-
England, Lad refused to fulfill its duties
led to two discoveries, one iu support of a
Its increasing sale bears witness that
physical law, the other semierientillc. The
Castori» destroy Worm..
physical discovery, so to speak, was that
it is a necessity to the prudent—it goes further.
a small mouse can effectually prevent the
Castori* allay Fovcrl»luse«s.-
passage of a large human voice. How the
Ca»toria prevent» vomiting Soar Card.
rodent came to make the speaking tube a
hiding place matters not. It had forced
Castorla cura» Diarrhoa and. Wind Calio,
its way some lu feet into the tube, aud, as
Grocers say that every dollar in-
Lord Dundreary would say, "The couVer
Caatoria relieve» Teething TronMa».
sation ended.” The second discovery was
vested in Royal Baking Powder is
Ca.torbicnre. Constipation and Flatnleaoy.
an accidental resultant of the useless con
worth a dollar the world over, that it
Caatoria neutnUixes tbo otfeots of carNonlo acid gar or poMonon» air.
Forbes Henley, the stage manager of the
Caatoria dooa not contain morphine, opium, or otlior narcotio proparty.
Folly; Corbett Kenyon, the musical direct
does not consume their capital in dead
or, and Kelley, tbo gasman and electri
Caatoria a»»lmilato» the food, regnlat«» Uio_stomaoh_aad_bowal»,
cian, were laughing over the mishap to
stock, because it is the great favorite,
Army aud Navy Officer»* Outfit».
the tube, and Heuley remarked:
giving healthy and nr-tnral aleop.
army officer s outfit is expensive.
“1 don’t, see, Kenyon, how you caught
and sells through all times and seasons.
The army outfit costs at the very lowest
Caatoria 1» pnt up in on»-size bottles only. It 1» not »old in bulk.
the signals 'f you didn’t use the tube."
1180. Very lew officers would be satisfied
“That’s the oddest thing of all,” said
Don’t allow nnv one to »ell you nnythin— else on the plea or proml»»
with a 4180 outfit. It is made of cheap
Kenyon, taking hold of the electric light
cloth, poorly finished. It is “regulation,”
which hung over the conductor's music
that iti» "jn»t as good ” and "will an»wer every purgogg^'
and the commanding officer would have
rack. “This lamp did it. When I didn’t
to pass it. But an officer would feel very
See that yon ffet C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A.
get the signal tor the overture, I happened
royal baking powder co jos wall st ., new - york .
mean in one of these outfits at an official
to lean over by this light, aud I heard a
reception. From 8180 the cost of the outfit
small edition uf your voice say, ‘What the
' i» on every
ranges up to 8350. Most of the difference is
in the cost of the material of the uniform
don't tLey begin? I didu t wait to ask
A naval officer’s outfit costs even more.
questions of myself, and us I couldn't ask
At the navy department they say that in
any of any one else throug?i the tube 1 be of late she had tried to show her independ
“Oh, Millie,” cried Constance at the
round numbers a “good” outfit will cost
gan the music. Well, I found out that by ence by slighting her work, by breaking sight of her companion, “when you go give her permission so to do.
>450. There are 1,410 officers in the navy
F rancis a . C larridge , M. D.
listening at the electric light I could hear the established rules of the theater in a down 6tairs will you tell Mr. Henley I'm
“It’s a lie 1” said Henley hoarsely. He on the active list. If the navy depart
everything said on the stage at the prompt score of petty ways. In all England there ill? Ask him to excuse me the next act,
entrance. I can't account for it, but it’s was no fairer or more just stage manager will you? There’s a dear! I don’t want paused only a moment aud then turned to ment took a notion to alter the character
the assembled company, each man, woman of the uniform and equipment of its offi
than Henley, but he did expect the rules to be fined.”
“Ah,” said Mr. Kellry, breaking into to beobeyed. Only the “fakirs’ or “shirk
and child of which had seen something cers so radically that the present outfit
“Why, Connie, are you sick?”
would be useless, it would cost 8634,500
the conversation, “1 understand it all. ers” ever found fault with his discipline.
“Yes, dear, I am truly—my head aches was “gone wrong,” aud said in a steady to make the change. All of this would
but very precise manner of speech:
The electric wires leading from my electric Eut in the case of Miss Blanville it was fearfully.”
riu: nrtiHiii n i t
“Ladies and gentlemen, I regret to say come out of the pockets of the officers
and gas tabl^to your light form an acci “grin and bear” her impertinences, her
“Of course I’ll tell him. I’ll come back
dental telephone. It often happens. Why, small misdemeanors, for Ruse knew there in a minute if I can help you any,” said that I have a doctor’s certificate here an themselves. It is very well to make offi
pay for their own outfits, but they
•5 I’ve seen an ordinary gas pipe which would was not a leading soprano disengaged iu Millie, running out and then returning to nouncing the sudden illness of Miss Blun- cers
cannot see the justice of paying for changes
all Great Britain Kenyon knew this, Hen say. “Connie, dear, in the pocket of mv
floors away—something like those whis ley knew it, so they hoped she would grow sack—the gray one—there’s a bit of sher Lour, if you please, while the management which depend on the whims of a superior
officer and which benefit no one but Uncle
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
pering galleries I’ve read about ”
better natured, and from pride’s sake, if ry in a flask. Take a drop of it, dear. It’ll —Mr. Kenyon and myself—consult as to Sam —Washington Star.
what will be done in the emergency
“Well, Kelley, I don’t think we’ll trust nothing more, do her best Lu the new opera do you good.”
to the accidental telephone You’ll patch
The rehearsal of today was the second
Constance didn’t wait for the drink or Please do me the favor not to speak of the
The Gallery God as a Grille.
up the tube before night, won’t you?” said full one—that Is, of the entire opera and for Millie's return. For only a momeDt matter about town yet awhile. Everything
The gallery goil is the best critic of mel
by all engaged in it. Excepting one or two she pressed her ear against the wall and may come out all right. I rely upon your
“All right, sir.”
odrama. The essential feature of good
Baid up Capital, $30,000
small kicks of Miss Blanville, everything listened. She heard Rose Blanville utter co-operation.”
There was a murmur which seemed a melodrama is thrill, and he always thrills
“And see that the opening to the tube is [ bad passed off most promisingly, and the a man’s oath, and evidently talking to her
Trarumcts a General Banking Business.
kept shut hereafter, please.”
at the paoper time and is not afraid to
hopes of the author and composer were on waiting maid beard the prima donna say:
“All right, sir,” again replied Kelley.
a high key and at concert, pitch.
‘■The confounded upstart! Fine m«, their stage manager, aud tLe men were manifest the same. The thrill may ex
ugly in their remarks about that “so aud tend down stairs, but somehow the atmos
This conversation had lieeu held after i Several days passed, and rehearsals con
J. W COWLS.
one of the rehearsals of the new opera tinued. Improvement was shown at each will he’ I fancy be ll not' i'll pay him so” Blanville, and the women said, "What phere down there Is not so highly charged
Vice Prenaient, - LEI. LA ROHLIN.
AND ALL KINDS OF
which the Folly management was aljout successive trial, aud even the prima donna nut. Walt till Monday night! He’ll find a shame!” etc., for no one believed a par with enthusiasm, or else the high priced
E. C. J P PERSON
to produce. The members v>f the company behaved quite decently. Changes natural hia leading lady out of town. Where'll his ticle in Miss Blanville’« illness. The peo patrons are averse to showing their feel
II’ S. LISE
ple were slowly departing when Constance ings, so they thrill in silence if at all and
bad departed some time ago. anil the stage ly suggested themselves to the author and blooming opera be then?-’
“You can’t do that, miss, can you?” Marriott came down stage and stood before weep under the pretense of wiping their
had been “cleared.” Up Etage, however, composer, and a short scene with .a few asked
Henley. She said in a quiet, confident way. eyeglasses Not so the gallery god. He is
FUHNISHING8 during the progress of these discoveries aolo lines was introduced into act 2 of
Board of Directors
“I can’t, can’t I? You see if I can’t! My
“Mr. Heniey, I wish you would call the outspoken in his praise or condemnation
and the talk relating thereto, a young wo “'The Wayside Inn.” It seemed to strike
J W COWLES.
old man's beeu begging me to give up people back.”
A. J. APPERSON.
man had been modestly waiting. Kenyon both Kenyon and Henley atonce and alike here.
He knows a good point when he sees it,
He’ll take me to America, he say».
J. L ROGERS.
“Miss Marriott, this is no time for pleas and he is not atraid to say so. Moreover,
was the first to notice her and remarked that Constance Marriott would doth¡3 iit- He'll buy
in an undertone to»Mr. Henley;
if the melodrama does not come up to his
tlo • ■ bit part” nicely. Therefore that young
“Forbes. I think there’s some one wishes lady was made happy and proud by being play 'Walker' with Mr Henley, the dut- joined the stage manager, with an empha- standard, which is pretty high, he never
Sell Sight Exi-haiige and Telegraphic Trans
All work fully guaranteed to give perfect satis
fer! It’ll be'Tommy Dodd’with his old ¡is on the “you.”
fere uti New York, San Fraii»iaco an.l Portland. faction. Kete« by permission to Win. Me Chris to speak to you. ’'
goes again.—Washington Post
chosen to play this small part- and also by
Deposits received subject to check. Interest paid man, Mrs. L. E. Bewley, Mrs. E. D. Fellows.
“Pardon me, Mr. Henley! If you will
Henley turned aud spoke up quickly the knowledge that her name would no opera ”
on Time fieposlts Loans money ou upproied
after recognizing the young lady:
security. Collections made on all accessible
in » j.p.ucH Theater.
longer be submerged and bidden in the
Holl s Old Jawalry Stand, 3d Street
“ Did you wish to see me, Miss Mar line—villagers, peasants, etc., by the la girl, she was in a quandary. All the Blau- nf Miss Bienville’s part. I think I can act
A Japanese audience, when they wish to
Ville’s talk might be mere boast. What it, with a little help, for I've watched the
dies and gentlemen of the chorus. No, al
express disapptoval of a bad play, do not
“If you please, sir,” replied the young though it would be the la3t on the list was Constance to do? She couldn't be a business carefully”——
telltale and warn Henley. It would look,
“Wait a minute!” cried Henley, his face hiss or hoot or make any hideous and in
lady, coining down stage hesitatingly.
there it would read: “Stella (a dairy maid) too, like currying favor, and how could she
ablaze with hope. He called at the top of convenient noise. They merely rise to
“Have you been waiting ever since re —Mias Constance Marriott.”
' tell him the source of her information ? Of bis voice- “Please don’t go, ladies and their feet and turn their backs to the stage,
hearsal? Why didn’t yon speak before:
upon which the curtain immediately de
Proprietor of The McMinnville
I m sorry to have kept you waiting, iny the choice had been a good one, for Miss .curse she knew as well as if she had gentlemen! Remain where you are just a scends, and the play is forthwith tabooed.
dear,” using the meaningless term of ad Marriott sang aud acted the little scene shared in the scene all that had taken moment!” Everybody took a position as —Indianapolis New s
place in the star dressing room on the first if fora tableau, and all looked at Con-
dress in universal use upon the stage.
charmingly. True, both Henley and Ken
“I didn’t like to interrupt yon,” she an yon gave her an unusual amount of time floor, knew who the speakers were as well itance Marriott and Forbes Henley. “Now
as if she Lad seen their lips moving.
goon,” said he to the quondam chorus
Members of learned professions usually
and attention in the early rehearsals, but
She hastened from the theater. Saturday girl
affix their particular society’s name by in
“What can I do for you’’” asked Henley, soon, however, she needed no further in
Situated at the Southwest cornar of the F»u
looking quite earnestly at her. And he structions.
“Only this,” continued Miss Marriott. itials. A medical society was formed, call
ing her, if she were a bit ill, not to come
could have looked upon 1'ew prettier, more
Thus it went on till the Friday night to the theater, either to the matinee or ‘I feared Miss Blanville would disappoint ed the Association of General Practitioners
All sizes of tirst-class Drahi Tile kepi conitautly
ladylike er more modest appearing dam before the Monday night on which "The
you, and with my mother’s help I’ve learn In England, and every unfortunate wight
on hand at lowest living prices.
evening performance, “I want you to be
FRESH MEATS OF ALL KINDS.
sels in the entire dramatic profession.
Wayside Inn” was to be first produced. bright and strong for the last rehearsal ed the music of the part she was to play. who belonged to It had consequently to
With evident embarrassment Miss Mar The local papers had been full of glorious
You can try me It will do no harm, and I subscribe himself M. A. G. P. I. E.
CH0ICE3T IN THE MARKET.
riott answered her manager: “Could you “advance notices” of the event, and every Monday,” ran the note. It made the tears if I succeed you need not postpone the open
Samuel Richardson's novel, * Clarissa
and Mr. Kenyon do me a great favor—a seat salable had been secured for the open
favor to my mother es well as myself? ing night. Indeed the London journals read the words the “last rehearsal.”
Before Henley could reply Kenyon, who Harlowe,” published in 1748, is generally
J. V. CA LBKKATH
South «ide Third St. between B and C.
Mother, as perhaps ffou know, sir, was had taken up the story, and the musical
was never heard before or after to utter a conceded to be the longest piece of fiction
once well known as a singer. She’s an in critics of The Times, The Standard, The of this sort to a chorus girl it means a profane word, shouted out to the .stage in the English language. It contains 1,184,-
Caibreath &. Goucher.
valid now, and all the pleasure left her in Telegraph and a half dozen more of the
000 words. The average novel of the pres
this world is music. I’ve told her about leading dailies in the metropolis and else quette, and as the boys say, "I’ll give you
“Forbes, I’ve heard every word she’s ent day contains from 70,008 to 80,000
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
the new opera, and sLe wishes she could where bad requested “seats to be set aside”
that Constance was not ill at all. Never —‘d. esd by----- I think she can do it
i see the score for only cue day. Than, too, for them for the first night.
••tie shall have a try anyhow.” And he rap
The largest building stones are those
j although I'm only in the chorus, I like to
Henley was happy. Kenyon was confi
ped his men to attention again.
used in the cyclopean walla of Baalbec, in
I ‘run through’ all the operas v.e sing. dent. As the former said, “Everything is and did not go out on that or the follow
(Offioe over Urab's bank.)
Henley said: “We’ll begin the rehearsal, Syria. Some of these measure «8 feet in
' Mother helps me, and I somehow feel 1 coming our way.” Had he foreseen Friday
please. Attention, every one! Places! length by 26 in breadth and are of un
I can understand my own work better when night s happenings and their consequences at the door <>f her lodging between mati Act 1. Off you go, Corbett!”
nee arid night performances, but she sim
I know the whole opera.”
ho might have added, “And the devil came ply sent a message in reply to their que
The overture went with a snap and dash
“Do you mean to say you study the also.”
and needed not a word of correction. The
A woman well known in English society
whole of the operas we sing- ’ asked Ken
Manufactures and Deals in
There is a very strict rule regarding would certainly be all right Monday morn opening chorus, too, seemed to be sung for her lovely neck and arms polishes them,
yon, here joining the conversation.
smoking in the dressing rooms of a thea ing.
better than ever before, and everything so it is said, for half an hour each night
“Yes, sir.” replied Miss Mariutt, turn ter. Actors—yes, aud actresses, so far as
The eventful day arrived. Eventful days went swimmingly till the entrance of with chamois leather
ing to Kenyon. “I’ve studied all we’ve cigarettes go—often break the rule, but if
always acting that way—in fact, all Grace Datnal—the role of the prima don
played so far.”
caught it means a sure fine, unless for days are eventful to some one or another, na. Then Constance entered, came down
There was a short silence before Heuley some special reason there is a winking at
stage for her opening number, a beautiful,
SADDLES. BRIDLES. SPURS,
spoke, saying: “I m suie I don’t kuow the offense. Now, Henley could forgive and they coutinue to turn up as regularly quiet, rather pathetic song. Kenyon stood
Brushes and sells them cheaper than
what to reply to your request. It's against anything almost but the ladies smoking
Contrary to the usual plan, there had up at his desk and whispered to her.
they can he Ixiught any where else in
the rules, and”-----
cigarettes in their dressing rooms. Too been no Sunday rehearsal. Every one was 'Take your own time! Sing confidently!
“Oh, bother the rules!” interrupted much lace and flimsy stuffs hang around
the Willamette Valley. Onr ail home
Trust to me! I’ll help you out!”
Kenyon. "The opera’s ours, isn’t it? By or lie scattered about on the chairs not to “dead letter perfect,” aud the interested
She didn’t need a bit of help—not a bit.
made acts of harness are pronounced
Jove, such interest iu her work by one of make it very dangerous if a lighted ciga
True, at first her voice trembled just a tri
unsurpassable by those who buy them
Is T he L ine to T ahe
the chorus deserves some recognition. Let rette should be dropped carelessly about.
fle, but Henley whispered, "Don’t be
Says H enry H udson , of the Jame3
Miss Marriott have the extra score. I’ll It might result in a dire and dread panic, than one more going over the opera.
afraid—you’re all right.” And her tones
a conflagration, the loss of many lives.
should be present on the stage of the Folly
McJVI INN VILI LiE
“Well,” said Heuley, with a brightened
On the third floor of that part of the the theater. The customary “20 minutes’ Been taught the right way to produce a
face, “I’m glad todoso if you’re willing.” ater devoted to the dressing rooms iu a
note. In heaven’s name, what had such a
He Went away, and soon returning handed large room where some half dozen of the
voice been doing iu a chorus?
Pa., who certi
the young lady a thick volume of manu chorus ladies were wont to attire them
It is the Dining Car Route.
Kenyon smiled, sat down, and albeit
fies as follows:
script '‘There, my dear, that’s the piano selves for the stage between the acts Con and had so much pride in doing the best watching Constance closely showed he had
i for their fellow manager’s and director’s
“ Among the
It runs through Vestibuled score. You’ll be careful of it. I rely on stance Marriott sat alone on this Friday- opera that, as the low comedy man said, no fear or hesitation.
your net letting any one but your mother night. There was no change of dress for “They sat up all night to be on time and
TLe solo ended, the rehearsal stopped.
and yourself see it. You can keep it till the beginning of the next act of the opera
COULTER & WEIGHT. Prop’s ~
al» which 1 see
would have come on crutches, except that It was no use. It could not go on. The
Sunday We shan't need it ”
being played, and the fair chorus girl bad that might suggest a lame performance.” entire company burst Into a shout of ap
.in regard to cer-
CHICA 30 after
“Ob, thank you so much! I'll keep it sought seclusion from the chatter of her
“The Wayside Inn” was bound to be “a plause, and as for Henley and Kenyon the
Goods «1 all dMcriptions moved and
sacredly I'll promise no one shall hear companions iu the dressing room. Per great
lattter had jumped upon the stage right
go,” so everybody said.
careful handling guaranteed. Collections
The orchestra got a good grasp upon the
PI II MAN DRAWING ROOM SLEEP
And with an uncommon look of thank seemed to be thinking deeply of something note
A—that is to say, every member of hands in his, shaking them up aud down
the blood, etc.,
Will be made monthly. Hauling of all ERS of latest equipment.
fulness—and something more — divided or somebody, and with closed eyes she the band
as if they were rattles and he a big
put his instrument in tune.
none impress me
aue-thifd to Kenyon, two-thirds to Hen leaned her pretty head against the wall,
kinds done cheap.
baby. Henley—well, Henley kissed her,
ley, she hastened away. Henley and Ken her chair carelessly tipped back. She was Inn” was set, and Henley said in a low be did, and then, looking like a fool, said,
more than ray
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
yon soon followed.
aroused from her reverie by the sound of voice, standing in front of Kenyon’s desk, “I fine myself £20, but it’s worth it.” It
W. J. CLARK,D.D.S
Of all the provincial theaters in Great voices, not near by—no, they seemed, al “I think we’re all ready, Corbett.” Ken was quite awhile before the assemblage got
Graduate University of Mich.
back to its united senses.
though every word could be distinctly
ago, at the age
commodations are FREE and furnished for the most successful. All the London pro heard, to be far away. Comparing sight yon rapped bin men to attention and held i Why, Miss Marriott’s voice was infinite
his baton aloft. A lad came to Henley's
of 18 years, I had
and sound, she heard as one sees through side and touched his arm, and the baton ly purer and better than the absent Blan-
Has opened an office in Union Block. R.iom 6,
here, and unvarying prosperity had attend opera glasses reversed. Miss Marriott was slowly descended. “Well, what is it, Wil ville’s. She felt the music and made you
aud is prepared to do all aork in the dental line
on my lege,
ed every venture. The company had be mortal, a woman, and—well, she listened. liams?” sharply asked Henley.
feel it too. Sing? She sang the proverbial
ELECANT DAY COACHES.
come localized, so to speak, aud was a unit She even blushed at the sound of the voices,
which broke and
CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY.
“I don’t think Miss Blanville is here, lark out of his whole gamut. Finally the
ad, diligent aud admirably constructed for she recognized the speakers.
rehearsal was resumed, aud allowing for a
L»rt»T MZTHOO OF PAINLCSS ElTn.CTlOH
sir,” replied the callboy.
A continuous line, connecting with all lines af-
“Miss Blanville, I've asked you a score
fording dire. J and uninterrupted service. Pull- corps. Continued success had made the
Henley said afterward that so tar as little crudeness here and there, but no
lunti Slevivr reservations can be secured in ad - management bold, and now- a distinctly of times not to smoke cigarettes in your temperature was concerned the call boy’s awkwardness—and even the crudeness dis
Our family phy
vance through any agent of the road.
dressing room. It’s against the rules.”
words prepared him for arctic exploration appeared as Miss Marriott gained confi
sician could do
j ly, an entirely new and original opera.
"You don't like it, eh?” Thesoundof a in just two seconds. He was outwardly dence—the role wan acted with remarka- me no good, and it was feared that the
THROUGH TICKETS to and from all points in
America. FUgland ami Europe, at anv ticket ; “The Wayside Inn" was in rehearsal for ‘ woman’s voice tame up to the listener.
calm, however, and seemed careless in his 1 ble finish “Save your voice, dear,” said bones would be affected. At last, my
office of this road.
Henley. “You’re all right,” smiling on
‘“No," was the quick reply, a little loud remark:
i choc of the book of the-opera w as Forbes er, “but that a not the reason of the rule
“All right, we'll have to wait »few min his pretty savior from disaster.
‘‘Just hum through the principal num
■ nor of my request. Smoking in the thea utes then. She’s got five minutes more of
Full information concerning rules, time ot
trains, routes and other details, furnished on ap ’ Corbett Kenyon, stage manager and mu ter invalidates our insurance. If I”-----
grace anyhow,” looking at his watch. He bers once more to get the action,” said
plication to any agent, or
sical director of the Felly respectively. i “Our insurance—ahem! Our Insurance!
did not need even the five minutes, for a Kenyon, and by this mean« parts of the to try Ayer’s Sarsaparilla. I took three
Therefore these two gentlemen, both young was the sarcastic interruption.
messenger boy appeared and handed him ; opera were gone over twice or thrice long bottles, the sores healed, and I have not
and energetic, were doubly interested in
“I beg your pardon. The insurance ” a letter. He tore the envelope open aud before 3 o’clock.
been troubled since. Only the scars
GATES & HENRY, Props
When night came, to the crowded house remain, and the memory of the
Here came a pause.
read as follows:
Assistant General Passenger Agent. i the coming event. Everything thus far
Heuley made a splendid speech of explana
“Will you be so kind as to throw that
I had tended toward a thoroughly good pro-
M onday M orning .
past, to remind me of the good
No. 121 Firn Street
| pMD rr A«.n
To Forbes Henler, Esq., Stage Manager Foily tion regarding the change of cast in thu
E Street, north of Third Everything New «nd
Corner Washiugtou. | UCR1LA5D, OR. i duction. The entire company—principals, ; cigarette away?”
principal role. The audience was a trifle Ayer’s Sarsaparilla has done me.
chorus, band—all acted as if they had, j “Yes, when I’ve smoked all I wish to of
Firn-class conveyance of Commercial Travel-
Daxa S ib -I beg io Inclose the herewith ilr.’s j cold and hesitating until after Constance’s I now weigh two hundred and twenty
♦re a -pecia'.tv Board and stabling by tue day or
‘ each member, » personal interest iu the ¡ it and not before,” waa the answer.
wich will show you I can’t sing to- t first solo, and then, as Kenyon said when pounds, and am m the best of health
mc-ntb We solicit a fair share of tile local pet
“Then, Miss Blanville, I shall fine you certificate,
oight. Maybee I shan't smoke no more ciga he held his stick on high for the tumultu-
1 have been on the road for the past
Inevitable one exception. That exception | £5.”
rettes, anyway in your theater, yours truly.
! cus encore which followed, “She’s got
was the prima donna of the Folly compa-
“You will, will you? And I'll not pay
R ose B lanville . I ’em!” And in fact she did “have them.” twelve years, have noticed Ayer’s Sar
I Miss Blanville was a better singer than
uy. Rose Blanville. Now, it must be con- : it," said the feminine voice.
saparilla advertised in all parts of the
The performance was a complete tri
tesse t that Miss B’.auville was a good sing
“I think you will,” was the subdued « Speller
umph, but whether “The Wayside Inn” United States, and always take pleas
er, a clever actress aud. moreover, a great ' but firm rejoinder iu male tones.
The inclosure was as follows:
TOVSORIAE PARLORS, i favorite with the patrons of the Folly.
or the new prima donna had won the great ure in telling wbat good it did for me " •
"And I know blamed well I’ll not,”an-
This is to certify that, being professionally er success it was difficult to say. The Lon
But—oh. how those three letters do inter ! swered the woman.
.ailed in yesterday (Sunday) by Miss Rose Blan-
WILL LOGAN, Prop.
fere with the even current of life’s affairs!
Just as the conversation ended at this rille, I find her suffering with acute bronchitis. don critics telegraphed over a column each
—she was not a true artist at heart. She point another of the chorus girls came Into It would probably cause the loss of her voice to their several journals, and in one night PrepaiedbyDi J C. A y»r Sc Co., Lowell, Mau
For a Clean Shave or Fashionable Hair was tricky, as flighty as a woodcock, the dressing room where Constance Mar .liouid she attempt to »ing for several weeks Constance Marriott sprang from a simple Cure8Others, will cure you
as uureliable as a tailor's promises, and riott had been listening
Cut Give Him a Call.
to come, ar.d in my professional capacity I chorus girl to the foremost rank among
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