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BETTER TRADE CONDITIONS.
Holniav Pr«p»r«tio<u Dominant In Retail Biul
nut Throughout th« Ea»t.
Items of Interest From All Parts
of the State.
COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL HAPPENINGS
A Brief R< vhm ol th« Growth and Improv«-
m<Mi ol th« Many Indulto«« Through
out Our Thriving Common, «alth.
Ashlaud will try to secure several
rural mail routes.
The national bank recently orgauix»»!
at Ashland will o;>eu February 2.
A co-operative creamery is to be es
tablished ou the Coquile at Lee.
The Arlington warehouse is said to
contain 250,000 bushels ol wheat.
Cottage Grove will present a uew
charter to the legislature for «provai.
A cougar which hail killed several
valuable dogs was shot near Tliurstou.
The Roseburg marshal has received
direction to purchase 100 dog liceuse
H. L. Kyte, of Merlin, was recently
grante»l a patent on an improved type
There was five inches of snow on
the railroad at the summit of the Siski
Work has begun on <x>nstru> tion of
the O>rvallis-Kiug’( Valiev telephone
-.«■fffe»" • twitting plant
MB •«llrou Dyke early
BMerideut has a cat 21
kF which catches rats aud mice
coast ar« >
ilippiue almost everv day.
Material for oon.truction of the Cor
vallis-Klug's Valley telephone liue has
Important to all coast states.
arrived at Corvallis.
Still Out of PriMML
Samuel Kuns has been appointed
A year ago Frank E. McDaniel was postmaster at Bethany, Or., vice U1-
sentenced to 15 years in the Oregon rich Gerbor, resigned.
penitentiary, but he’s not there yet be
The safety deposit boxes ami vault
cause legal measure have prevented.
door of the new Canyon City bank
have arrived an-1 are in place.
The German mails have been closed
bhtep st Long (rx-k are command
to sausages; so you will be no longer
able to write to yc ur friend in Berlin. ing top prices. As high as $ J.5U per
head has l>eeu offered for lambs.
‘•Inclosed find four sausage».’’
J. C. Miller, of Glencoe, brought in
Stops ffee Oosspfe area#
the champion turnip of the season, the
Wortra Off tho Bold.
vegetable weighing 24 4 potiuds.
Laxative Bromo-Quinin* Tablets cure
R. C. Goodwin, of Wheeler county,
a coi l in ODe day. No cure, No Pay.
has again gone iut-> the sheep business,
Price 25 cents.
and has bought 2,(KK) bead near lzee.
Fighting lor a Principle.
J. P. Simpson has about 4,000,000
A San Fracnisco business man bas feet of logs ready to float down the
sued the Wells Fargo Express Com- Luckiamute as soon as there is suffi
pany for five cents that he had to pay cient water for driving.
for the revenue sump on a shipping
The local telephone line between
Central Point and Eagle Point has
been purchased bv the Sunset oumpauy
Fir* Beat at Portland.
•nd connected with the mein circuit.
The Portland Fire department is try
A. E. Starr, a Baker county miuiDg
ing to bave a fire boat built to fight
disappeared November 14. Me
fires along the docks of the W illamette
left the Mullen cabin, in the Green
horn district, an-1 has nut been beard
Egg» From th« EasL
Since September eight cars of East
The public drinking fountain which
ern eggs have come to Portland be will l«e erected in the city park at Eu-
cause home supply is not sufficient.
gene in memoir of Company C, Second
Oregon volunteers, will arrive about
It Convince I th« Juda« that Hana M..»
Might 11« Sent to an Aaylen»-
St Jacobs Oil
CHICKEN LICE AND VERMIN
Grandest Offerì I
Mo* 99 Arlington
The principal rnllrond of Coatn Ries,
now- but 117 mil«-» long. 1« Just l-eln*
extemled to rea»-h from Han Jo»»- to the
Pacific »-oast. The general manager of
the road. In »|x-aklug of the enterprise
"There 1« one place on the road which
lias given the eiigiueeni a great deal of
This *isnatore is on every box ot tbe fenuine
trouble, ami which has coat many
Laxative Bromo-Quinine T»biou
thousands of <|ollnrs every year »lu-e
tee remodx that care, a m M la MS.
the road wax built. This pla<-e 1» r I hmi I
Wheat—Walla Walla. 64
I 064 Mei forty-five mlh-x from Port IJtnon, aud
The committee on improvement ol
Valley, nominal; Blueetem, , 66 *>0 per lx called Bluetnud. For alntut fll»l feel
a Tbe girl with the great, seraphic, the McKenzie road baa filed its reports.
Ifeay eyes complained bitterly of the The total expenditures have been bushel.
the track runx along a ledge on the aide
Flour—Beet grades, >3.40; grahaui,
J^Bteity of her steady company.
at a mountain, with the River ILeventa
IgMtave him the mitten!’’ xdnsed her sources for the improvement amouui 99.60.
Xon ¡»elow. The mountain lx eoiii|H>»a-d
of a bluish clay, which turnx Into mud
Judge Burke, who ha* a bond on th«
cold feet?" exclaimed
Turing the rainy xeaxon and keepx con
Barley—Feed liar ley, $15.50 brew
mines at Copper Butte, east of Union,
itantly sliding down on the trackx. W»
is pushing development work a* rapid ing, $16.50 per ton.
have to k»-ep a big gang of men at
Millstuffs—Bran, 915-50 ton; mid
ly as possible.
Three shifts are now
work day ami night cleaning the road
employed. The showing is said to la
of this bine mud. and when the rain»
Hay—Timothy,912® 11.50; clover,$7 «re very h«-avy the traffic has to lie aux
In July m > mm li of the mm'
Hector McDonald «hipped a car low i 09.50; Oregon wild hay, $6® 7 per ton. lx-n<!»-»l
of large steers from Elgin.
Butter—Fancy creamery. 50055c; «lid down over the roadlx-d that Wi
could not run tralnx there for three
weighed 1,860 pounds and snothei store, >2%c.
are among the -xrei xnown
1,960. They were weighed just aftei
of the many dangerous
being driven over 30 miles of rough
"To a<l«l to the difficulty there In n
Cheese—Oregon full cream. 13'»c;
wild plants and aLribs.
muddy road* and had undoubtedly lost Young America, 14c; new cheeee 10c lake back of tin- mountain, and the
To touch or handle them
over 100 pounds each.
waterfrom this lake |H-r<-olat»x through
quickly produces swelling
end inflammation with in
Poultry—Chickens, mixed, 92-75® the mountain and ke<-|m It constantly
Reduction of 25 tons of ore from th«
tense telling and burning
old Butteville Bonanza, now known ar 8.50 per dozen; hens, $4.00; springs, wet. The lake was drained by the en
oftheszin. The eruption
the Paul Kruger
property, in th« $2.00 0 3.50; geese, $6.0008.00 dot; glneerx, but they discovered that It wa«
soon disappears, the suf
Quartzburg district, has just 1>« wl ducks, $3.50 0 5.60 j-er dozen; turkeys, fe«l by springs, and »«till the mountain
ferer hopes forever; but
wax kept in a wet state and the mud
the Prairie City live, llcperponnd.
almost as soon as the little blisters and completed,
Potatoes—50 065c per sack; sweets. kept xlldlng down over the trucks.
pustules appeared the poison had reached Miner. The clean-op was 11 pound»
the blood, and will break out at regular of amalgam, estimated to be wortt lXc per pounu.
| “At Inst they obtained wlint lx known
intervals and each time in a more aggra over $1,000.
Vegetables—Beets, $1; turnips, 75c; In the mining region of California ax a
vated form. This poison will loiter in th*
per sack; garlic, 7c per pound; cab- hydraulic giant, and which throws a
system for years, and every atom of i
Joe Mayes met with a painful acci bage, Die per pound; parsnips, 86c;
very powerful st ream of water with
must be forced out of the blood before yot dent at Bonney's wood carnp st Wyeth.
onions, $1.75; carrots, 75c.
great force. They rigged up this by
can expect a perfect, permanent cure.
He was di«lodging a
Hope—New crop, 12014c
per draullc giant, and when I left Costa
flume when ■ stick of wood came alon;
Rica they were actually washing the
riimc unexpectedly aud crushed two of hit pound.
Wool—Vai y, 13014c per pound; mountain away with It Into the river."
fingers. The index finger on one hanc Eastern Oregon, 10012c; mohair, 25
M shs had to Ire amputate-l st the firat joint
•nd the middle finger wx* )>sdly lacer
Mutton—Grose, licet sheep, wethers ' A row of paupers' house«, very neatly
is the only cure for Poison Oak, Poison sted.
and ewee, 8jyc; dressed mutton, 6 Ji© designed, has Just been erected at
Ivy, and all noxious plants. It is com
Ahnaraele, Mr. Itudd, of Ardnnmur
posed exclusively of rootsand herb*. Now
Lincoln county court st its recent 7c per pound.
1* the time to g'
get the poison out of f your lemon ordered the repairing of th*
Hoge—Gross, choice heavy, $5.75; chan, having advanced a cons tierable
system, as delay makes your condition bridge over Depot «lou.-h on the New light and
feeders, $5.00; dressed, sum for building purposes to the parish
— ’t experiment longer with port-Toledo
council on easy terms. Accommodation
wagon road, commonly $6.0006.25 per 100 pounds.
sal ves, washes and soaps—they ne ver cure.
Beef—Gross, top steers, $3.50 0 4.00; Is provided for ten persons. A few
called the ‘‘Duucon bridge.’’
Mr. S. M. Marshall, bookkeeper of the Atlanta
(Ga.) Gat Light Co., was poisoned w. h Poison approaches to the bridge are still it cows, $8.00 0 8.50; dressed beef, 60 dnys ago H. Macl’lterson, Inspector ot
Oak. He took Sulphur, Arsenic and various fairly good condition, bnt the spat 7c per pound.
poor, visited Aharacle In order to su
other drugs, and applied externally numerous
Veal—Large, 606 Jsc; small,
perintend the removal of the ten select
lotions and aaivea with no beneGt. At time« the across the stream will be pulled dowi
swelling and inflammation was so severe he was and replaced.
8c per pound.
ed female paupers to the new cottages
almost blind. For eight years the poison would
They all occupied bouses which were
break out every season. His condition was much
improved after taking one bottle « f S. S. S , and
Sin FrsnciKo Market.
In a wretched stuteof disrepair, yet each
• few bottles cleared h s blood of the poison, and Harnev county, recently sold 130 year
of them resolutely anti peremptorily re
all evidences of the disease disappeared.
ling heifers to Gilchrist Bros., of Crook
People are often poisoned without county.
pound; Eastern Oregon, 10014c; Val fusts! to "tilt.” in vain did the Inspec
knowing when or how. Explain your case
tor dilate on the Increased comfort anil
ley, 15017c; Northern. 9010c,
fully to our physicians, and they will
It is tepored that a great many »heej
conveniences to I m - Injoyed In the new
cheerfully give auch information and ad wil be herded thia winter in tne
dwellings. The aged dames were In
Butter—Fancy creamery 260 26^0;
vice as you require, without charge, and desert lying «outh of Wagontire Bntte,
we will send at the same time an interest Hareny county. They are now camp do
eeconda, 25c; fancy dairy, 22 0 vlndbly proof against al) argument—
nor tlltl th-v-ats of compulsion anil slier
Ing book on Blood and Skin Diaeaaea.
21c per pound.
ing at the nearest watering place«
Iff'* warrants have any terror for them
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
waiting until the fall of suow will per
At length It was elicited that the d s
DOES YOUR HOME TOUOH
mit them to push into the dewert 90c.
Inclination to remove was based simply
Among the number is oue baud rec«nt
on superstition. The titty of the week
Then you’ll want beautiful things In your ly driven up from California.
19.50; bran, $13.00 0 13.50.
happened to be Friday; ami It appears
borne. The first things you think of we sell:
Mantels of sll kinds, Andirons of every sort,
Hay—Wheat $9013^; wheat and that to change quarters on that particu
The school enrollment at Marshfield
(»its, Eletric and Oil Lights in endlesn variety. I
oat $9.00012.50; Ireet barley $9.50 lar day constitutes a gross ami wanton
A ( krlstmas present that beautifies your home □umbers 345 pupils.
is the best present, (’all or write for photo- I
alfalfa, $7.00 0 10.00 per ton; straw, violation of all the canons governing
graphs and catalogues. 1 HE JOHN BAR-
Development of the prospects west 85047 Xc per bale.
llET «’OMPANY, Hl First Street, I’ort-
highland “fllttlpg.” On discovering that
ol the town ot North Powder, in Union
Potatoes—Oregon Burbank«,45o0 $1; the perversity manifested by the old
county, gives aesurance that mine Salina« Burbank«, 9Oc0$l,16; river women was mainly attributable to
JOHN POOLK, P orti . axd , O rkoor ,
can give you the best bargains in general will be opened there of permanent Burbank«, 80075c; nweet«, 50080c. •■conscientious scruples,” the Inspector
nischinery, engines, boilers, tanks, pumps, value.
A numbei of claim« are being
Valencia, at once agreed to humor them, and the
plows, belt* and windmill*. The new opened there with paying results.
Steel IXL windmill, sold by him, is un-
$4.000 removals were postponed until the fol
The ore is generally rich in gold and
lowing day, when they were accom
some of it contains what is believed to
plished without any opposition or de
be ¡laying quantities of copper. The do choice $1.7502.00 per box.
Tropical Fruit«—Banana«, $1.500
«listrict is designated a« Elkdaie. A
lot of rnschinery is now l-eing place«! 2.50 per bunch; pineapples, nom
The real proof of the pudding Is In the
inal; Persian date«,
I on some of the progenies in the new
district for reducing the ores.
Mulluoinah county, Oregon, has a
of debt ol faiHI.OlH), represented by uu-
P.V m sud out there
|M»ld »»irsuta. and a Mil will be |>«1
wcakn«»» I bal mak*» •
through I ho stele legislatura thl* win
F» hmí doff not •trtngth»"-
ter to fund this debt In some way.
SI fm ’ p dtw* ’»<»! rr(ïf»b.
d„. hanl to l*«r wk«J
Want n«U«r Freight <U»«t.
............... ........... rlta!ilyls*tte*’M,-w,d
thou Id I* aff y
Pacific coas» jobb«>* are again h«-
ihr whbl» sxsiem »ulf»!*
h,re the interstate e» mitrare« estuimi*
Fur ibi» «Muditi«»»»
slim lightiug (or more favorabl« freight
M. H Clietwyud. of Philadelphia. In
commenting on a recent cast where a
wine person w»i released by the court»
tiom rule generally in all line* of sea
from au asylum where be had been Il
Holiday | repaiattou*
are, ot coursM, dominant iu retail busi legally contlued, told the follow lug
ness. aud, where this ha* hitherto • tory: “About twenty years ago a law
lsgge»1. it ha* l>e«u stimulate»! by more yer of prominence got Into a contro
Wholesale dis versy ou this very po ut with au equally
Msn Ar« Not Aliks.
tribution ts lifted, ami is now natural well kuowu Judge. The lawyer mailt
rü,‘ ¿‘>WU Ur d#*
at this period, but western jobbers are tallied that It was th»- easiest thing In bilitatrd condili»»»»*.
Two men may be «lactly alike up Io
in re»-eipt of a fair re order l>u»iu< ss tin- world to get a »am- |n-rsou cotillned
the tops o* their heads, Unoovar one
Hoot> • I'u-i* •'«'• eou»HF*,,'’u 18
So far, th« lest reports a* to retail lu au asylum. The Judge, w Idle admit
head aud discover * gsniua.
trade com« from the Wrot and South, ting that It might lie possible. held
Don't Try i» Mend Alon»-
other reveals an Idiot.
lu leading industrial* the l-est report that It would lie very difficult and that
There is not in th« unlvsro« mb •
Our Nation'» Wealth,
is still that u a-le by finished pro-luets tin- difficulties would Increase in pro
Ing as absolut« personal ind«peu.l-
of the iron ami steel iudustrv. but porriou to the posltlou lu society ot th»'
The malarial wealth and strength of our
e». Try It a year, • mouth, • uay,
other favorably situated lines are loots lutendeil victim. 'A person's standing
nation la In iron. the tuo.1 useful of ell
ami shoes aud lumber. New liusiuess lu the eouimuulty presents no obstacle,
metala, jirel as the wealth of a human be
in the former is rather light at winds- said tin- lawyer. 'Why.' turultig su»l
ml Iles In a u.eful alomai h If vuu have
Pani Hit Dama*,».
yours try Hostetler's Kiom
sale, hut manufacturers generally are dettly to Ills companion, 'I could eien
The T rcuui * «treni rail***
r*1'1 a. It llllivr. Il will relieve Hie ' logged
nustly employe«), aud leatehr is firm get you locketl up lu an asylum if I
$100,000 to those lujured »ml to f •' Uieels. Improve III. appetite and cure
iu sympathy. A gixxi exp»>rt deiuauii wanted to.' 'Nonsense,' answered the
lives of those killed i» «>• stras! «r .oiistlpaUoii- dys|>epala and biHou»«***.
for the latter is uoted.
judge, and then lie laugh»-»l aloud at the
Indian Tea Peysr.
Th« cereal* are lower in price, due absurdity of the Idea ami the discussion
t»< profit taking on the late upwani for th»- uonct- was dropped.
», AKrlBI I» tn 4
A full-blooded In-lian pays taaea la
I, • w.-mlvrlul n»»|-»rellu*
move, the larger movement of supplies,
“It oeeurrt-,1 on a railroad tra'u.
Was.-v county, < tregua, his share thl.
-I Ubili»» «l>*l
jxrticulailv of corn, which is favored w hleh. stopping a short time later at «
■el .'ll the I «<»». reim»»«»«?
year twlng $21 -76.
by the weather, and to less interest of station, the lawyer suggest»»»! to the
CUI lug CM9$»ll|MBtl*-»U.
the present foreign buyers.
Judg»- that they stretch their legs on
Call* lor a "Wate L'p."
While business in iron ami steel as a the platform. They had uot got leu
Th» F'amoua (ltrmon Wood Prt»tr\tr
whois is quieter tliau of late there is f»w-t from the train wlieu th«- lawyer
________ Telegram urges ev«ry-
no spparent diminution iu strength ami suddenly liurletl hluiseif upon th«- Judg» body there to wake up and gel a groat
•ctual trail actions iu rails and plates and at th»- same tlm»- cried aloud for big high w ide move on (or the espusi
rompare well with the best re»’<>rd»d. help. A half dozen bystanders rushed lion of IPO'.’.
Pig iron is dull except for some busi
to the lawyer’s aid. aud before th»
ness at Chicago au«i 25 ceuts per ton
to < i ns i rot i» iff
Judge- reallz»-»! what hail hap|>eued In
Take Laxsllve Bromo ljulnlu* Tab- • •
has been coucede»! ou He-semer at
was belt! by a doxeu han«ls
All drevg'it* refund th* mouey
thauk you.' salii th«- lawyer to th»- meu
Wheat including flour shipments for
if it (ails to curo. E W. tiro»« « •If
w ho hail come to his aid. 'Tie Ills bauds
the week aggregate 4.785,577 bushels
nature is ou »ach box. 25c.
behind hl« back, for tie's dangerous
your dealer cannot supply you, write for circular« and information to the
a aginst 3,432,189 last week.
Good Pte< to 8« Csrelul.
following distributing agent« Perfection Pile Preserving G>., Seattle.
Business failures for the week ill This was too much for th»- Judge. 'I'm
fieattls city council 1» coasiilsring Waahu Fisher, Thorsen de Gx, Portland, Oregon.; Whittier, Coburn 4
th* Uuited Mates number 247 M Judge So-and-So,' be begau w ith dlgtil
ty, 'and this outrag»»
' Just tlieu be tu ordinance making II » ml i-lomsaimr
agianst 224 last week.
Co., San Franciaco* CaL
Canadian failures for the week num felt a nq»e on his wrist ami tits self to «itract crowds ou ths »troets by
ber 18 against 27 last week.
rated at the ludlgultles that were belug st the Salvation
heap»-d upon Min He resorted to lau preacher, peddlsrs, *lc.
PACIFIC COAST TRADE.
guage not usually heard from the bench d.iw. Mr < it' Pul».
or employ«-»! by the Judiciary. But th»
more be said the less efft-et It seemed to ••x»WT uzt r«»«»rvtt««. uar foot -
Onion«, new yellow, 202^0.
£»S mb S t
have on hl* captors.
A powder At tin» -r»»on v.-ur
Lettuce, hot house, $1 ;>er crate.
: "Finally he pause»l for breath aud tin swollen, nervmie smi U"»-«*hdort*Ns I! FULL BALL BBABIMB
Potatoes, new. $16.
lawyer In a quiet vok-e said: 'Au- you you bare »insrl'it* feel or ItgM »h*-e- lr, Or»« Nsad
Allen » FiHit-Kase II re»i> a--I «»»fort
Beets, per eack, 85c®$1.
satlsfit*d uow that 1 was right lu the make*
aalkmg ea»y- Cures ssull«» su»l ▲ A
Turnips, per sack, $1.00.
argument?' 'Satisfied!' began the Judge, »wealing feet. bli»ter> ami rallou« »<»>»»
hysterically, 'satisfied!' But be got no Keliete« rorn» and bmib-ns of ad |-a'n aud
Carrots, per »ack, 60c
a renal" l ure b-r Chilblain» NwsaUn*.
further. 'Ye*. <F n you!' was tin- man la
Ilanipor Fn»te»l heel Weluu»i»r>i
Pumiipe, per sack. $1.00® 1.26.
uer In which he lowenil h's colors.
ml te*til'i"l|tal«. ib-n’l gr» l*»>laore gel » our Motion f ewd
■ OUNO 7O4K Bvefl MSB Ok*
I "A few words and Judiciously dlstrlb Fix»» F.a»e. Try It t-sfa» h*.»-.l be all
Cablx^te, native aud
«•If rtirte*dlH« MhMlll*. Bvir
uted coins amoug bls captor* by the druggisls and shoe »lores l--r 2Se. Oim
A«il»»**»tell« H»»1»I i I m H laslfer,
i-ackags Fsas A-l-lree», All*u 8
2c per pounds.
lawyer releas»-»! the Judge and enabled tle»l. l.e Roy. N Y.
Batter—Creamery, 30c; dairy, 180
him to get upon the tralu just as the
22c; ranch, 16c«)18c pound.
conductor calletl 'All aboard!'
Orc<on*9 Capital City.
I “In the town where they had stopped
Eggs—Ranch. 40c.; Eastern 25c.
The ofhcial conto« gitea the pnpula-
Poultry—12c; dreese.1, 14c; spring, was the Stat»- lunatic asylum aud the tiun oi Salem. Orogoa.
advent of lunatic* was a part of the
180 15c turkey, 18c..
Esther «mall aud diaapputnling« bul II
Hay—Paget Sound timothy, $14.00;
choice Eastern Waahiugtou timothy, rlty with which the Judge was selx»«l
'But It was a pretly rough object lea
Mothers will fil'd Mrs W‘uab ■ .Hoort»-
TMIS <1T INffWI
•raw ar uu r«*a i»a.
Corn—Whole, $23.00; cracked, $26; •on.' be complain«-»! when be bad recov rg Syrtsp th. b.-i n .nr.tr t> ass fas U»»”
ibildreti during lb. teething pervxi.
feed meal, $25.
<M ns rwab»*
«Mte» «9kír«t"f -,
Barley—Rolled or ground, per ton. conversation with Ills companion. 'Per
•art -9 ñu«« fete—kwsstt 4i#«««reU ••)i’.wl- la |
Rich Willem« ft« Valley,
Itesfe >« m I«»fe««
» • <«•> ••#
haps. but it prove»l what I said,' was
Ths Willamette valley. Oregon, Is
Flour—Patent, per l>arTel, $8.30; the reply, ‘and who know* but that
blended straights, $8.25; California. some day It may prove of great value oue of the richest on earth, and is de
$3.25; buckwheat flour, $6.00; gra to you and enable you from that ex veloping slowly. Hui a stroke cl light-
ham, per barrel, $3.25; whole wheat perience to prevent or else to right a niug will strike it some day in the
»■ •*•»• ♦»•• »«•<< .
sha|>e of uew life and thru she'll jump
flour, $8.25; rye fiour, $3.8004.00.
great wrong.’ Th«- Judge made no re
to the front with a buund that Will
Millstaffs—Bran, per tun. $14.00; ply, but lost himself In thought.”
surprise the state.
■borts, per ton, $14.00.
Fee-1—Chopped (ee»l, $19.00 per ton;
middlings, per tun, $20; oil cake meal,
per ton, $30.00.
Fresh Meats—Choice dressed l-eef
steers, price 7He; cow», 7c; mutton
7M; P°rk> 7Mc; trimmed, 9c; veal, 9®
M.-S. Barnes, proprietor of the Bakei
small, 18 ‘ a :
City-Cornucopia stage line has made breakfast bacuu, 12c; dry salt aldea.
an ast-ignineut to P. Basche, vf Baker
City. It is thought that the creditor»
will receive payment iu full.
HAD A ROUGH EXPERIENCE
’.«’enff-r One l!un<’.r« -l Ik.iian fawgr*! tor \t»i
c*«e of Catarrh that can nul b« < ura4 bjr Itali •
F J.C.ZKNFsY ÀCO . Frnpa Toledo, 0
w ■ tf. • under ’ l >
* wn I J < h
l».r t.»r |,»*t ; ' '. a.-a »i;i •« -rtehim^rr'
!.«>»»• abl inallbuain m transact m and ftn
anelai * able to carry out any uUlg* Luua made
by taeir firm.
W «r- 4 Tsr »X.
W h<> »-«»I pru,-bts, Toi« I a ,
W »iDi -u. ' iss»* .k Ms- vi»
U h-,)«•<<. Irru* lai«, Totel«- U.
n*!l'sC«l«rrh< ur«l»l k-n u rnally ■« In.
l.-vc j uh ih- hl,asi sn-t m eons «urta «.
lb«-y«i in l-r- s:- perte 1« tu.il by *L
drug l»U. Testimoni I, free.
Uall s fsm.i/>•».: r rh .«st.
tU Careful la
When inclined to censare, boriiate.
If censure is necemary, exorcisa il
with discretion and charity.
bh»t th« Caw» Are Douiq.
Ths food cominiwloner of Oregon rw-
porta that 6,000,000 pounds of buttar
wore made In tba state last yasr.
1,500,000 pound* of cheeas.
■s* raw wist
To men with rigs to Inlroducs
The Afro-American league of Port ;»>nltry loud among farmers. Adi
land ere preparing to bring the uew with »lamp, Aetna Mtg. Co., Ki
year to the Irout with « gigvntlo en City. Mo.
The H.al l*re..rlgllen tur Matarle
Big Tim« January I.
ChilUand Favor I* a butilo ot Graves.
I estele« Chill Tóale. Il la nmply
•ron and quinto« la a léatela* a turna,
No Cure. No Pay. Pri-e f,0o.
Advtrtify «nd Prmptrity.
Prosperity and adversity are always
in procession. Esch by tnrn precede«
you Kxoit nun »<„, AltrTAK1N((
When YOU take Grove's Ts.telre* Chill
Tonic b»*cauM» the formula Is plainly
printed on every bottle »bowing that it
is «imply Iron and Quinii e in a u»te-
lem form. No Cure, No Pay.
ire»1« *”»1 te1»«*
fWS9£LL « OO; Portland, 0*
Wants a Small fortuna.
of city money
fireman named Rrslrot-
from a hose earl and
Brabon la after 916,000
and will get something.
I« OAKFIRI.n TBA
isa. Maple btreet, Norwich N v
B« Cartful In D«b«t«.
If incline»! to «nger when debating
reineiiilu-r that it co»,J. «lowly and
■onietini« leaves penftanut bitter
If Y cmi Nrrd a
*• ha«« a eomblnallaa of «Impla
HKKnaihat baa give« u.e wm M
Ila «reate»! blood partner.
Ruh Aiailui loppa» Mhw.
A Mg ledge on Prine« of Wales
island, off the coast of Alaska, owned
by Seattle parties, shows oopper valued
at $9H p«i ton.
A ,<>.r»nler-1 < «rete
Give Equity and You Get Equity.
He who seeks equity |
•qnity. Greed and avarice
at war with equity.
Womer, »n.t «i’l, l(, <l„ |,ltc„ work .
C»., 34 Banis» St, C- ic«s». III
A report from Port Townsend, Wash
ington «.y. U t,,Ilg
aught at x «ingle haul, but whether
by one or one tboumnd net. w.s not
Yo* can't make * mlalsks II yon (St*
Mitchell, beuiis & Staver Co.
'*■-« her t.„, bll,
bare .11 dta.ppe.r.5 I h ,X L?
v ih coast! pa»,OB for ,
>11« the first < »»r.rel I
bl'i 1 *,l"r ““
»lib ibis aliment. We c.n,m, /
i, of ra-rarere -
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SEND NO MONEY
Uniti T«»u h»V« »••« sft4 $esU»l «tir wsVll.
W« m II si Fsslery FrW« st ««♦•Mair et»4
)••• tirati what yo»l hev« «•
Onr w«fe liH are fitMd wllh ih« «ti»«mlls4
Int 17 dawslsff Burlai l.lallsd of 7 )•••!
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WARRANT» 20 TlARI
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piste ff<H«4 ffr »«nt* t«r • rallr.a4
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•n ' we wiilaand wateb 0 O I»
U«»n. Cali In an$ aaiart and If
fntinll par farti r axMa/aHorf and
Mia )>••« wsteh aver offarad far ffuafe
a prtea pay •» 78 and a. preaa rl.srf-
«a, > tharwfea n«s$ ofM rari< FRKB •
«•afealBf.^ t.aslW day« wiU avary
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tBMlBior Wauh Off . *4 7 ¿•■trai Bank Blif .oVteff
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