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Hood's Sarsaparltla she ha not had soro
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fills, assist digestion, cure sick headache.
Orann Vitins for Rain.
I have propoguted several thousand,
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$2 00 per d'zen. E. Hofer, Haleni. Or.
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Clean newspapers, tied iu hundies o
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Hut For Sntrral KraKoiis They Are Not
They were two fair young things who
were spending tho night together undox
t hanging confidences ns they prepared to
'Oh, Kathie!" said the blond one as
b'io deftly drew out her hairpins, "what
lia3 become of that awfully handsome
fellow with the long, drooping mustache
who used to tako you diiviug so often?"
"Oh, mercy! Did I never tell you all
about that affair?" asked the brunette.
"You know you didn't, you mean
thing, and Iin just dying to hear all
"Well, I'll tell you but what perfect
ly lovely russet shoes! Whero did you
"Oh, bother the shoes! I am just dy
ing" "Oh, yes. As I was saying, he was per
fectly lovely it's a long 6tory though.
You remember that I told you he was
equally attentiv e to my coutin Nell, who
was staying with mo at the time?"
' ! remember. Perhaps it was only be-
causo sho looked so much like"
"Well, it just kept on that way until
our patience was worn out. If he took
mo driving, a messenger boy would call
in our absence with a box of flowers or
candy for Nell. If he took her to tho
matinee, he left me n book or a magazine
which ho especially wanted mo to read.
That part was a little hard on me," sho
went on meditatively, "but I have an
intellectual brow and a pair of eyeglasses
and must live up to them."
"I know, I know go on with your
"Well, as I was saying, it went on for
a long time like that until Nell and I got
tired. Wo laid a bet as to which ono
could provoke him to a proposal first.
The one who won him was to receive an
emerald ring as a wedding present. I
always wautl an emprald ring. Tho
loser was to bo bridesmaid and havo the
choice of the best man at tho wedding."
"What a splendid idea! Did you"
"Well, we just worked right along in
that line. I learned a lot of Byron and
developed a fondness for boating by
moonlight. Nell got him to teach her
to play on tho guitar and sang love songs
to him iu the gloaming. Wo kept on
comparing notes, but neither of us
seemed to get ahead, nnd I was almost
"Don't stop; goon. Tell mo just what
he said." .
"Well, I was alono m tho parlor in tho
twilight. I wore my whito India silk
and leaned back in that low wicker chair
when I heard his footstep. He came in
and sat down beside mo and somehow he
ttothold of my hand"
"Of course. Oh, it's wildly interest
ing!" "There was a great bnnch of lilacs on
the table near mo, and across tho way
somebody was playing 'In tho Gloam
ing.' Yon couldn't tlunk of anything
moro lovely for a proposal, and I knew
that if Nell wpujd , just keeptrat of the
way long enough it was all rigbtv I told
you shovrns up stairs with the dress
maker, didn't Ii"
Yea no I don't know; Do go on."
"His arm stole along tho back of my
chair I told yon it was a low one and
he said: 'Yon know that I love yon.
my car, und I could hear his heart beat,
wheu" , x
Yon don't mean to eay that you were
"Wo were. Tho parlor door flow open
with n bang and in cauio tho honseinald
with a lighted lamp"
"But ho had said so much then that it
was nil right anyhow." declared the
blond girl. , .
Woll. not osactly. for. you tee, ho had
mistakon mo for Ntllto in tho dark."
Mrs. Fizzletop has been making an
-earnest effort to have her son Johnny
taught to play on the piano, a w u, .
ago Mrs. Fizzletop calW np stairs:
' -Wby ain't you practicing your piece.
"I am." , ,
"Yon are not Yon haven't touched
the piano in tho last half hour,"
'Tvo been practicing all the name.
There uro pauses in thU inarch, and I am
practicing them over and over until l
JoiQvr them Derfect."-Arthur' Home
NOISE IN A BIO CITY.
PROGRESS FROM BARBARISM MAY BE
MEASURED BY NOISE.
Higher the Civilization the Greater
the Desire Tor Less Noise The UlTort of
City Authorities of Today Are Directed
Toward Reducing It.
Theie always conies a period in tho
history of a progressive community when
desire to keep down noise begins to
hhow itself. In the primitive stages of
culture tho savage! the barbarian and
the semibarbarian the passion for noise
is always strong. All savages und bar
barians love to make nil the row they
can Their joy and Forrow both express
themselves in yells, wails and shouts
and the beating and blowing of lond re
sounding instruments, more estecially
the drum and the horn The noise of
primitive savage warfate almost equals
that of tho gunpowder engagements of
modern amis, although it was, U3 we
might say. nlmost wholly manual or
Tho din of a barbarian funeral, too,
was and is something nppalling. The
practico of-hiring mourners to make a
loud lflment on such occasions has come
down almost to our own timo among
the Celtic Irish. All African traveler.!
describo tho noise of little merrymaking
in an African villago as something which
mo civilized man easily forgets. Those
who have passed an evening at a Chinese
theater have probably noer in their
wildest dictuns thought it possiblo to
produce plays with musical accompani
ments of such awful shrillness and in
tensity. In fact, it is hardly an exaggeration to
say that tho progress of a race in civ
ilization may bo marked by a steady re
duction in tho volume of sound which it
produces iu connection with its deaths,
births, marriages, feasts, merrymak
ings, its wars and peaces, trade, com
merce and manufactures. The more cul
ture of all kinds it acquires tho less noise
it produces. There 'is no surer sign, in
fact, of an upward movement of the
tribal soul than tho appearance of a do
sire to get along with less uproar. When
its leading men begin to ask themselves
whether this or that could not safely be
done with fewer yells or smaller drums,
it shows that it is becoming self conscious
and is feeling the throbs of a new life.
After this comes n change l.i the charac
ter of the musical instruments, n general
lowering of tho tones of tho voice, the
substitution at funerals of the silent tear
for the half maniacal "keen," and the
exaction of silence in military drill.
In cities this mental and moral growth
is of course displayed in the repression
of street cries, of street music, of all
noises made for mere amusement, such
;is beating of dnims, and blowing of
horns, and purposeless and persistent
shouting nnd yelliug. These are but
rudimentary steps, nnd we havo already
taken thorn in Now York. The next and
most important one, the reduction of tho
noise made by the ordinary and legiti
mate street traffic, we are only begin
ning. rIts importance has been recog
nized in the modern world pari passu
with tho increasing interest in and care
for public hygiene.
There is uo modern city health board,
nd indeed no modern city doctor, who
is not well nwiure of the evil effects of
Incessant noise in the vast and increas
ing multitudes who in all tho great cities
now live, one might say, by their wits,
but, more accurately,' by their nerves.
The amount of mental operations which
require silence, or at all ovents an ap
proach to silence, for their healthfulness
in cities like New York, London or
Paris, carried on by raorchants, brokers,
bankers, bookkeepers, preachers, profess
ors, architects, designers, engravers,
painters, students, judges, lawyers, ed
itors, ministers, is something enormous
and grows with all our material growth.
The performance of this work in tho
midst of tremendous uproar of any kind
of course greatly increases tho expendi
ture of vital force which accompanies
ill mental exertion. Consequently tho
reduction of city noise is now ono of the
mo3t important elements in "nil cityre-
In New York wo have as yet oniy
made a beginning on it by tho introduc
tion of tho asphalt pavement, but this is
being rapidly extended nnd must pro
duce a marked effect in fiound reduction
before long. What this pavement does
to lcsseu noiso in tho streets in which it
exists everybody wh has passed along
them or lived on them knows. It makes
conversation in cabs or carriages nnd in
rooms facing on the street comfortable
and makes sleep in summer nights with
open windows an easy possibility-facts
which are really a complete answer to
all tho complaints of slipperiness.
nHpr f.ir that an occasional
should como down than that the nerves
of thousands of hardworking men and
women should be continuously set on
,.. i.v .inrtr which is all the
...artr.n fnr lipini' intermittent
don the hard grinding, ronl jK-netrating
noise of the New York stone pavement
has been suppieated, or rather luis been
largely converted into a enbdued, con
tinuous roanor boom by means of wood,
asphalt nnd macadam, and though
horoes fall ranch on them all humanity
gains. New York Post.
A Tribute to Horses.
In yiew of the fact that more than half
the women who drie. and the men, too,
for that matter, know really nothing of
the art and liave no sympathy or feeling
fortbehorto other tuan as "
means of locomotion.it is really to be
wondered at that moro accidents do not
happen. That they do not, I am of the
op nion, sbor-U be put down to a kind
?EZi"rJL ..n,l that the noble animals
Un very many Instance know more than
r. , ; ,'nnffaln News.
GItIi'C ln Ilt,
"Don't yon thmk her presence
. . ... .arliV"
give go w ,",
to our lonj
Every one will leave loaa M
. ln."-Kato Field' Washing.
MY LITTLE KINO.
I met a king this afternoons
Uo had not on a crown indeed,
A little palm leaf hat was all.
And he was barefoot, I'm afraid.
Bnt sure I am he ermine wore
Beneath his faded jacket's blue,
And sure 1 am the crest ho bore
Within that jacket's pocket too.
For 't as too stately for an earl
A marquis vi ould not go so grand
Tw ns poslbl a czar petite,
A pope, or something of that kind.
If I must tell ou. of a hone
My frvuklcd monarch held the leln,
Doubllcu an rstlmable beast,
Dut not at all dlapoeed to run.
And such a nagonl Whlla 1 live
Dare I presume to see
Anothor such a elilcle
As then transported met
Two other raided princes
His royal stale partook
Doubtless tho first excursion
1 hese Koverelentt u er took.
I question If the rojal conch
Round vthicli.thn footmen wait
I I us the fclpillUnnce on lilcli
Of this barefoot estate!
nil IMnlntl IMea.
had loved her very tenderly nnd
long time, but she had scorned
He was no worm either, for he
would havo turned when trod upon, but
she recked not this. It was enough for
her that sho did not care for him. This
is usually enough for any weman: also
for any man when the boot is on the
other foot, for of such is tho kingdom
His condition had at last become un
beaiablo to him. and he resolved to win
all or lose all. It was lato one evening
when the fntefnl moment came.
"Will you marry me?" he asked hei
in pain, untrimmed English, for he could
trust himself to nothing in tho orna
. She spumed him scornfully.
"No!" she replied, withsaicastic, hate
ful, cruel emphasis, "No!"
The word pierced tho heart in his bos
om. His lips quivered, and at first ho
could not speak.
"Have you no more to say?" ho asked
at last plaintively.
"No, sir." she replied "What moro
could I say?"
Again ho shrank at tho cruel thrust.
"I didn't know," ho murmured tremu
lously, "but I think you might have said
'No, I thank you.'"
Then ho fled away so weary with dis
asters, trigged with fortuno, that he
would set his lifo on any chance to mend
it or bo rid of it. Dotioit Freo Press.
A Custom That Is Very Old Indeed.
A brido made tho confession to a group
of young women who gathered around
her after the wedding ceremony nnd the
congratulations had been said and
owned up to having worn a yellow gar
ter for two years, that she had counted
the stars and carried out tho various
bits of lore that are prophetic of a speedy
marriage and happiness ovor after.
She wore something old and Homothtng new
homcthlng borrowed and tmmelhlng blue,
on her wedding night, and, moreover,
wore a silver coin a Columbian half
dollar in her shoo. Sho was showered
with the usunl amount of rice when it
came time to get into the carriage nnd
drive away for tho honeymoon trip, and
had old Bhoes and good wishes enough
sent after her to make tho after years
joyous ones if they all hold good, and,
moreover, when she opeiiB her trnnk and
traveling bag nrd the bridegroom opens
his umbrella enough rice will come to
light to make their first rice pudding, and
the shoe strapped on tho outsido of the
trunk will tell its own tnlo.
It is strange how much enjoyment one
gets out of such harmless things, but the
custom lasts, and tho older it grows the
moro rigidly it Is ndhored to. Buffalo
VTIiat She Would Do.
Every one has noticed the growing
height of each successive year's bevy of
debutantes, and the younger generations
promiso to be quite as tall If not taller
than their predecessors "Is it possible
you are only 12?" said a small woman to
a little girl who was moro than an inch
taller than herself. 'How big you are!"
'Oh, do yon think so?" answered the
child. "Why. my friends consider me
quite short. .They are nearly all of them
taller than I am. "uooo. graciouai oi
claimed tho little woman in dismay
What Drobdingnagians yon will all bo.
and how will yon get jiartners? If you
were my child, 1 would put a brick on
your head!"Chicago Tribune
The flreat ill tako Columbus Made.
Schoolmaster-Why was it that his
great diwovery was not properly appre
ciated nntll lung aftor Columbns was
Nineteenth Century Schoolboy Be
cause he dUn't advertise, sir. Loudon
Castleton I htar you are engaged to
Aliss'Biggerollo. the girl you went horse
back withwrninch last summer How
on earth slid you manage It?
Summit 1 couldn't help It. old man
We were thrown together so much. -
The highest waves ever met with In
the ocean are said to be tbjeeoff the
Cape of Good Uope Under the infln
ence of a northwesterly gale thoy have
been known to exceed 40 feet In height
Timber of the taniariok or shittlrn
wood ha ln found rfitly wmnd in
the ancient leuiplw of Egypt' In touueo
lion with stonework which U known to
be at leant 4.000 year old
The last word of Marie Antoinette
were 'Lord, tnllgtiten ami sofiwi the
hearts of my executioner. Adien for
ever, my dear children I go to join
I wonder why It l wear not all kind
er than we are How easily It U done
How instantaneously It acts How Jn
fanibTy it U reraenjoereu---" ""
Oxford. England, which U by many rs
rrdcd iu the greatest university, ha -I
' ' liulltiau.il I reiUuiu.
Thero is-groater individual freedom in
Great Britain und her colonies than in
America. For instance, every Sunday
small knots of men may bo seen in tho
principal London parks, giving expres
sion to tho most varied sentiments on
matters political, social and religions,
nud languago painful to tho great major
ity of the people is constantly being nscd
No restriction is ever pluced on such ex
pressions Of opinion, so long as thoy are
tittered on sitea designated by the police,
wl'i'ii there i.m Ik- no obstruction to
Itrallicor d.mgvi of iutitnidution being
exervwJ In America, however, no
unMfiii','s of any kind are permitted in
these open spaces.
In Central park. New York, no one
may eyen lck up a !eaf without dauger
of fino or. imprisonment. No ono may
walk on tho grass unless ho is playing a
game. I barely escaped arrest for walk
ing on the carriago drive. Tho police
march about with their batons out
often swinging them and appear to re
gard thomselvcs more as tho masters
than tho servants of the people. Earl of
Meath in Nineteenth Century.
Wendell rhllllps I'ower.
Tho -writer heard Wendell Phillips
onco on tho nobility of tho North Ameri
can Indinns, nnd whilo the spell of the
speech lasted ho was almost ashamed of
himself f,or being white instead of cop
per colored. Ono secret of tho power of
Phillips with an audience was that ho
was always definite, certain in his state
ments and position. If ho had privately
doubts about a course or a policy, he
never exhibited them when on tho plat
form. Ho vory well knew that thero is
nothing an nudienco likes so little in a
speaker as indecision and beating about
tfio bush. There was no haziness in
what he said. His subject stood out be
fore his hearers as clearly cut as a cameo
Charles Dndloy Warner in Harper's.
Tho Minister Agreed.
During tho war an Ohio minister was
on his way south as an emissary of the
Christian commission, nnd he boarded
an Ohio river bout at Portsmouth. At
the first landing below, tho mate "turned
looso" at tho dtckhnnds. Ho cursed
their eyes, their hearts, their lubbery
feet, their laziness, their wholo lino of
ancestry from Adam to that hour. Final
ly, oxhaustcd with profanity, ho turned
to the shocked minister with tho query:
"Don't this beat hell?"
"Yes, sir, I'm afraid it does." And
tho good man retired to his cabin. Cleve
land Plain Dealer.
Experiments With Durablo Woods.
In somo tests made with small squares
of various woods buried ouo Inch in the
ground, tho following results were ob eb
tained: Birch and aspon decayed In
throo years; willow and horso chestnut
in four years; maple and rod beech in five
years; elm, ash, hornbeam and Lom
bard' poplar in soven years; oak, Scotch
flr, Weymouth pine and silvor fir decay
ed to a depth of half an inch iu soven
years; larch, junlpor and arbor vitro
were uninjured at the expiration of tho
soven years. Chicago Times.
The rolltlcal Chameleon.
When tho chameleon had to explain
his changes of color, It is recorded that
"Then first tho crcaturo found a tongue."
Tho political chameleon differs from tho'
natural one. Ho is nil tonguo, nnd ho
nses it, whilo exhibiting in succession
nil tho hues of tho raiubow, to proyo
that ho has never changed his color at
all. London Saturday Roviow.
Why the Duke Sold Ills Ustate.
Tho Duke of Westminster, who has
scanduhzed tho English aristocracy by
selling Cliveden, his ancestral estato in
Berks, to Mr. Astor, excuses himself by
saying that ho has a family of 10 children
to provido for. Tho salo adds $00,000 a
year to tho duke's income.
Times Hiiro Changed.
Mrs. Bmytho Before wo wero married
you didn't tse to groan tho moment 1
sat on your kneo.
Bmytho I know It, my dear, but you
didn't use to stick a millinery bill under
my noso thon, either. Life.
The letters in tho various alphabets of
tho world vary from 12 to 203 in num
ber. The Sandwich Inlander's alphabet
has the first named number, the Tar
tarian tho last
Whilo Eyrnud was being prepared for
tho gnlllotlno ho said: "Don't bother mo
about religion. Toll my wifo and daugh
ter to do the best they can. That is all
I wish to say."
and all Ih train of lis
Iruni early rrrursw Imr
axcrtui, U mulls of
aerilupnitDt and lout
Sl-tn lu irf org an and
mtl,. nut nral methods.
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Beat meat and f'ce delivery.
13G Mate Street.
Hon to Clcuii Ivtil llluves.
Whilo tho gloves uro on tho hands
scrapo upon thorn dry fuller's earth or
French. Uub together then, as If wash
ing tho lunula. Thia operation should
bo repeated sovoral times, und tho rub
bing must bo vigorous. If tho gloves bo
of light color, put them on tho hands nnd
then wash thoin in spirits of hartshorn.
IIoht to llmuoTo Anything from tho Knr.
Under uo consideration uso anything
to polto in tho ear. Pour a Httlo sweot
oil iu tho oar and hold it there. Should
tho foieign body bo nu insoot, it will
float to tho top nud can easily bo re
moved. Should it bo n hard substance
n stream of warm water from a syringe
will soon drive it out, nlways holding
tho nilectod sido toward tho floor, Should
theso methods fail, consult a physician.
Never probe tho ear. It injures tho oar
und causes deafness.
Ilovr to Make Cream Ileef.
Scrape perfectly lean beef to a pulp
mince, put In n pan with salt, pepper, o
tablespoon ful of . nter, 2 tnblopoonfch
of rich cream, buttor tho sizo of an egg
Cook two minutes, stirring constantly.
How to Ilelleve Choking.
A sound slap on tho buck with tho fiat
of tho hand will often relievo tho wind
plpo when obstructed. If not rtllovcJ
after sovoral slaps, send for n physician
A Child should bo taken up by its f e1
nndrovorecd. Thisseoms horoio treat
nient, but It is nearly always offoctive.
Mow to Muko llunuiiu Salad.
Peel nud rut 0 bananas into six slices,
then pour over them fruit sulud dressing
Stand iu n cold place ono hour and serve.
How to Stop a House Hole.
Uso common hard soap, and neither
mice or rats will try to go through it
IgtslMAJOUuOUUuOOuOUvlOUO jUJ UOUtlU
Instantly removes nnd forever destroys ob
jectionable lmlr, whether upon the hands,
race, nrmi or neck, without dlscoloratton
or Injury to the most delicate skin. It
wasior nny years me secret Miriuuiiu
Krasmus Wilson, scknowlodged by physl
clans as the highest authority and me
most eminent dermatologtsl una uairsp
clallst that ever lived. During ht private
practlonol a lifetime among the nobility
and orlstoorary of Europe he prescribed
mis recipe. I'rice, SI oy mill, aocureix
packed, rorrespondenrecoufidentlal. Bole
Agents tor America. Aaurem ;
THE SK00KUH ROOT HAIR GROWER t'O.il
Dent. It. 67Koutb Klltli AVeiiUfl.New Vork
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IKOFHflIONAl4 AND UUHINKS8 0AUDB.
r. ir. n'ABor, oo. a. iiinoiiam.
AKOY 4 IIINOHAM, Attorneys at La.w,
Itooma I, a ana s, ii-Arcy nuiiaing, m
nl. iIml flnklal attention civen to busi-
neas In the supreme and circuit courts of the
state. 3 II
mil'MON KOHI), Attorney at law, Baletn,
X ('regoi, uinoe upstairs in s-aiwa uioca
J. IliaoKtt.Altoiney ailawAlem.Ore
, gon. Ofllce over Hush's bank.
J.8HAW.M. W.HUNT. HHAWAIIUNT
A Homers at law. Offlre over Capital
atlonal bank, Halem, Oregon.
JOHN A. OAIHON, Attorney at law. rooms
S and 4, Hush bank building, Halem, Or,
II. K. IIONHAM. W.H.IIOLMKH
BON HAM A. HOi.MKH, Attorneys at law
Office In Hush block, between Bute and
i ourt, on Com mtrclal street.
f OlTrT HAYNK. ArTOUNKV-AT-l-AW.
.1 Collection muds ar.d promptly remitted.
Muipby block, for Hlate and Commercial
treuU, Halem, Oregon. tf.
WO.KNIOHTON-Architect and superin
tendent. Office, rooms 3 and V Hush
Ilreytaan block. HH
K. 100 UB, Htenographer and Type-
u.lft ItMaf ,iilnnil tvriawrltlnff of-
oe but one In Oregon. Ovtr Bush's bank,
O oowwwclal stenography, room II, Oray
block, firsts! work. lutea reasonablo
DTl"a. DAVH.UU I'netOraduaUof New
York, gives special at'entlon U the die
usee of women and children, noae, throat,
lungs, kidneys, skin dlantsua and surgery,
umc at rrldence, lot stale street. ConsuHa-
Ilia fromt'oUa m andatojlp in. 7-l-Sm
U HltOWNK. M 0 . I'hysiclan and Hur-
gron. iimce, Murpnjr uiu.; rv.iuvu,
ILT 0 HUITII, llsntKWltew alrest
aaieru.uregou. rimsuca inumi tnmrm,
, of every dcacrlptton. I'alnleM opera-
lions a speolulty.
T !. f'UCill, Artbllect, plans, specldca.
Vr . lions ana superiuieonrar lor ii
Maasee ol buildings. Ofllce 3W Commercial
itreet, op sUlrs.
ntyiiKurnoNUtiHJts no, i a.o. u. w.
I Heeu lu thair ball In HU.U Insurance
J. A- KLWP0D. Kecordar.
nl Must. Dreadau. Urmauy. Vccal
Inatrutneoul rnuale. Iaaiructorof frrenth
and Uerman at wiliaiasue Unit erslty.
Z Tn ATW uiS
healthy, sad free from Irritating eruptions, by '
ooeyi. it a
Soaf. It destroy panuttia tttctt,vk
If vourdrunl.tcamnatsiHwlTTOtlcead dtrMt ts ea. and w wUJ forward i
Orowr,UWprtotUi e forSAOO, .Soap, Wo, ,
ROiT HAIR OROWE
AiaaaCiXdW Tik, Mi Y.
J. J, BBNNEnH. SON.
5. O. IBlooic
Only aowataa day' Hsllverodftt
The House Mlovef.
-451 Marion Stroet.
II aa the best facilities tor moVlne and rais
ing houses, lieare orUsr9'BtOryltroir.-or
auurosa cmioui, uregun.
Frei Tri!uJ or latorior'l'fliiilg' the
1 Is tho line to UJte
To all Fointslast and South.
It la the dining car route, Jtruns.ttirotJgb
vestibule trains; every day 'In the year to
ST. PADL AND CDICAGO
;(No ottango of onrs.)
Oompesed of fllnlngcars unsurpassed,
luilman drawing room sleepers
Best that can be constructed and In which
acoommodatlens are both tree aa4 fur
nished for holders of first and second-olaas
ELEGANT DAY COACHES.
Acontlnuota Has eoaneotlng with all
lines, anordlng dlreet and uninterrupted
I'ullrnan slicpe- -fTHonacan hi se
cured In advinfe '.f'rs-u nay agent of
Through tickets to and from all points
In America Ung-iAnd and Kurop can bo
purchased at any Uoketofileo of this com
pany. ull Information ooneernluB ruleetlme
of tralns.routes andothor details furnished
on application to any agent or
A. D. CHAULTON.
Assistant Oeoeral Passeni.'cr Agent, Wo,
ui Hirst street eor,
Biiaw & Downing, AgctitF,
Located oti the Beach. two mllt'H north
of Newport on Cave Cove, a beautifully
Dheltorcd spot, wonderful scenery, se
bathlnir, lino drlveo to Capo Foul weath
er llgbtboufio. Houbo new, rooms largo
and airy. Finest resort for families or
Invalids. Opeu all win tor. Terms
moderate by day or week. Intetiillsfr'
visitors can drop a postal card to New
port atid be toot by hack.
SALT LAKE, DENVER,
OMAHA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO, ST, LOUIS
$m tlM Qu'ekMjt Chicago nri
Hours 0u,ckef $. and Kan'
Through Pullman ind TeurUt Sle-pe'i, Tree ,
Keclfnlng Chair Can, Dining Can.
or rata auit gaosra) InainuaUnu k mi 1
w. ii. HUKiiiiif nr. - '. A
Vti Waklnuu v.. Wrl
DBTEGTIVB ANI 08UICTIKQ BUREAU
0f.A,t.lCN4. . OrmtLttn
frlrate work a speelalty.
On Meter System.
TO CONSUMEHS :'
Ihottalam Light nod rover Company i
rcHi wxptn.e Bsve equipped . tlielr .tltctno
llttit 1'Innt-wlth them n modern arparatiM
nut-ui now Mile io oiler iho Bnbllnn txttr
ltJit tJiniAnny py-tem nnri at a rate lower
tbtia any city on the coast.
Arc jiimI Iiuaudcsct'iit 1 ij;ht
iug. 1 Ice Irli Motors for all
purposes "where power is re
Kel touoea can bo wlrod fur as many Hub!
as desired and the couaume r4 pay for only
such lights as arc lueci. This being rcglsteiad
by anjcloctrio Meter. OQlro
179 Commercial St.
Says ln li'W roLaotd, oat but
aliiiply niuvtd hla i Imp to the
old ataud Kt Liberty Etrett
Steam food 'Saw
Lcate orders nl Hiilcm Im
provement Co., US State atrvtl.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD CO
E. W. HADLEY, Receiver.
SHORT LENi: U CALIFORNIA
OCEAN STEAMER SAILINGS.
a B. WILIiAMETITE VALliKV.
Leaves San KrnnoUco, Oct 7th, nth and Zfitt,
Leaves Yuiuinn,Oct.2il,12tll,22d andNoVJRth
HATKd ALWA'H BAIIBKACTORT,
Kor irelgbt und pa'songer rates apply to any
K. K h ULOAnY, Oen'l Supt,
0. T. WA flltl AW. TRAP A.
Q. M, l'OWKKS, Agent, Sa'cm Deck,
(Northern Pacific R. R. Co., LeHes.)
LATEST TIME CARD.
Two Through Trains Dally.
I . Ashlnnd. a
Tickets sold and haggsge checked through
to all points In the United mates and Canada,
Close connection made In Chicago with all
trains going Hast and South.
Kor lull Information apply to your nearest
ticket agent or , JA8, V. i'ONP.
Oen. l'niis, and Tkt. Agt. Chicago, III
East and South
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacific Company.
cALiromuA xxratm nuiN-HuxnAiLY sol
TVTESM POBTIiAMD AJB B. T.
tl.16 p. m.
Above trains stop at all ststkmn fromf
1'ortland to Albany inclusive: also at Tangent!
Hhedd, Halaey, HarrUburg, Junction 01ty
Irving. Kuvene ana ui f wuooniHi fwuui bj
Io Ashland Inclusive. j
ItrwicnUKM MAIIi daily
"M p. m.
y.u p. j
RlHlMg mih jm V4en Uouid
PULLMAN BUFFET SLIMS
Second Class Sleeping Cars
Attached to all through ffltiM.
Vest Side DivlsioD, Between Pwtlwf
PAfbY- fKXCWT StrilBAY).
At Albany and Oojrvallbi oouiMtel
trains of Orejton 1'nMflo KaHreatt.
7-OTp. in. I Ar.
Tn all nnlnlaln ttia Fuitrru HI at as. catia
ma Kurope can w outainsti at www i;
rom W. W. bKINNKK. Agent, BaJea
K.P. KUUKUA, Asst. U, r, Mt Mat. Ad
H. KUKMLKH. anJW
W. L. DOUCLAI
93 SliUB. notion j
NyMwiftl? WW mi ljd try a $
irvestsaM ifat Mlia IHOt - latta U
ftWM earcaaMSaT W. U peasjag Hij nn
prU taH Wksat, M ht H wW. i
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