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K. HOFKIt,
AH Mepenrt-ut Niwiptpet Drottl to American Mncfple. and
the J'roRiw od Dmlopment of All OrtrfOn I
rubllthed Kvtrr Bvlu Except Bupd7
BUHSCItfPflON RATES.
(tnrarUbly in AdfuncM
INtfr, br carrier, jxr .... ....0 rf ooti......-.M
Or! ,, 4I, rr jraafr. &- J .' MOUt "v SS
Vfrkjr, by mall, tr xf ' w non"u ......MJC
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Vht ceaveslonco of subscribers branch delivery offices " M'J;
d at the following place, at 25 cents per month, $1.00 for three menths:
AUra Storerr. O. Dfl Voe & Son, Asylurn Avende Junction. -'
Crfllno, eveitoeath street, A. W. Lane, Garden Road Store.
Diuo' Btoro, Alex. Dauo, gouthCommorclal etreot.
K1ctrle Btora, 0. M. Bppley, East State street.
I Fairgrounds Store, Harrison Dee, Fairgrounds Road.
Hawelra corner, TweuiQ ana orass utmu.
O.K. Grocery, A. A. Euglebart, Twelfth street.
wu-i'm atArA w n. Whenler. Hlahlnnd avenue.
Tew Park Store, P. 0. Bowarsox, Twelfth and Leslle.
lUao Orocory, Seventeenth atret : '
J. h. Moore ft Son, corner Capitol and Union streota.
yftAi IIo Store, West saiera.
i Zlaa's Confectionery, 478 State street.
or, iHaae'a, 241 North Commercial stroot.
HuiTHMtft's Store, North Sixth stroot.
German Bakery, corner Txelfth and Chemeketa,
JtATH OI'I" TO THK OH)
HOLUIEIM.
.Onr aacostors camo from n coun
try whore a.wnu inust take off h!s
lia( in the proionco of an official or
0R4 of the noxt Rrade of socloty
lHrt) him.
Ih this country wo have grown up
to lako off our hat to no ono, HUT
TQ, 4 tyOMAN OB IN VVMAO AH-
ftiariAdicrt ok thi: immplk.
Hut wo do want .to tako off our
"hats to" tho old soldiers tho tut-
tored ranka of tho hoys In bluu who
fought for Union and freedom in tho
Oayn of tho '81 x ties.
Thoso thinning ranks AHK IVOIJ.
THY 01' OUIt ANNUAfi TIIIHUTIi
on Montorlnl Day and of royal on-
tcrlnlninont whon thoy moot In slato
-eoavontlnn.
We lovo the Indian war votorntu.
Wn respect tho regular army and
tho natlonnl guard. Hut wo honor
onrsivea nv iioNeinNO.Tiii: hi:-
ItOKH i)V THK (JHAND AltMV,
i
Few purinnM now living undoh
fttatid tint principles that anlmnto tho
volinitoorrf who saved tho day of .tho
Union lit its hour of peril.
The mail who nfforcd to nerve his
couatry, who loft hohltnl chances of
huilnosj .turrets, who left homo and
frldiid anil, family to hattlo for an
nhstract Idea WAH NO nr.M0V
ror.iTK'Ai. on .Mii.iTAitv ad-
VK.VrUUKH,
Muny a homo was loft la tho cnio
of- tho 'wlfo or mother of children
who win not only made home keep
r, bualnosA agent and manager of
tho properly, hut who never wont to
hod ut night without a prayer for
tho life of the loved one at the front.
Tho man who wont forth to Hr.o
li country went t a reprutontu
tlvo of nutlounl causo and of politi
cal principle THAT WHUH TO IU.
O.VU Till: CONKIISTONi: OK THH
t)NHTITtrriON.
Ho tho velorautt of the Grant
Army cams Ui sUiwl for th eonstl-
tutloil lmH. Whan tho blood f
ono of tbtwn men wu split on tlu
bttttloflold the soil wu sprlnkUd
with tha.sawllletal llfohlooil of th
ui I Ion.
.
Thu rather of tha odltor of thta
paper IS ImrM In Ml, Auburn cim-
nlory ntar Ohlaogu, In tho uuW
votupaigr of thDHttttuh! ot x-UnlH
wildiers.
Near their Kmvw u tha marhU
arn)phKU of a man who mad
millions out of urmy roulraot he ob-
ttttned from lh goverHumnt WHII.K
THKSi: MKN WHUI'. LIVING ON
HAltDIWOK AND KWKNTKIHXO
OX THK HATTI.KFIW.DH OF THK
SOPTII.
fCPOSJTORS In the sav-
1 tiigs department of
thi'. Capital National Bank
fe reooestcd to present
trttir pass looks for the
lfQse of Imvins; credited
Wi scm-ainual Interestdue
Wyt.
JOSLTH ALBl!RTS
Csher
,
Ed. aad Prep.
8'" 0
liEF.IVKItV
i.
The plain marble gravostonos of
tho privnto sohtinr Is a greator hon
or to any family than tho most Invluh
marblo vaults eroded out of tho
gains of sordid commercialism when
tho nation was In distress.
Add to" that tho glory of tho In
domitable spirit of tho voluntcor
who goos forth to offer his life for
his country in the spirit fif patriotic
devotion, AND WHAT 1'KOl'DKU
ANOliSTHV CAN ANV AMKKICAN
IIOAHT, than that ho wns dusconded
from n veteran of the Union nrmioo'
Hats off to tho rapidly diminish
ing ranks of tho volunloor. IN
THKIIt HANKS WKHK SIANV MKN
OF I'OHIMON NATIONAMTV the
Irish, tho Germnns, tho Boandluav
Inns, tho Swiss, tho Scotchman, and
the Welshman.
Tho Gorman revolutionists who
Hung out their warcry for freedom
and union In 1848 and 1849 suffer
ed dofeat for principle
Tho Prussian armies swept tlioin
ncross tho border and thoy wero ex
iled for bolng TWO GHNKHATIONS
AHKAD OF THKIIt TIMILS.
Thoso cxllos hud a prlco sot on
their heads nnd could not visit tholr
fnthorlnud until tho Prussian crown
prlnco, who beenmo Kmporor was
doad.
Tho I'nlou koldlors would hnvo bo
come exiles from our country HAD
TMKV FAII.KD TO WIN VKH'OHV
AT Tllli KND OF THKIIt (JHKAT
KTitrfiei.i: of fivi: ykaus.
At tlmos tho fato of tho nation
dopoudud on tho turn of tide of n
slimle hattlo tho duolslon of a sin-
glo day nt ttmoa throatonod to turn
the Hcnla for national victory or n
dlsmwmherod Union.
I'hls writer rould nut lit present
at thalr annual eurnrnpinont hut ha
soiuls to tli thinning rank of the
mon who wore tho lllua this token
of i toe m and npprorlntlon.
NOT I.IWS TO Tllli MKN WHO
WOltH THK (JUAV DO WK OWK
HIWl'HCT AND AD.MHtATION.
Thoy fought uudor mUtakon land-
rhlp. and yet won truo to whui
th- liullavotl waa right,
History owe thorn n daht of prut-
Undo for noceptlng the result In a
lynl spirit o( true Amerlenns.
In the Spanish war THK NORTH
AND THK SOITH FOFGHT SIDU
,IV SHH and pmvtMl their mar
aealiut a common fo.
The South felt as keenly at the
North tho wrong und OHprnlon of
SimhUIi mlsrulo In Cuba,
Th unlUd aMtlment f tha ha-
xk suratig to tha roati of tha
lor and tha dnwa-troddan In tto
Wnt India and will do tt whaaaver
,onllxl en
!
Ol'H COUNTRY is maim-: OltltW
AXIi IXVINCIIH.H TllltOFOH ITS
PATIHOTir MltN AMI WOMHN.
Wa ar maaatu-ad la th y of
th world by tha aarrlftaM wa are
caiwble of mnktag in Umoa of dani..
r. not by,Un HaeHmnlnttew i,(
wfNttk In IIimoj f paao.
Tha matt who raiuts Ih tU Ufa f
a aatoa nad la tha hlatory of the
ttorUI IS Tllli MAN WHO l.lLM'S
10 TIIH tUI.li 0 DUTY aad
thai a olalMltaa Us w ttoat om
a fre rouHtry for J fWKrt fter
atlou Hats off to tkw oim of th atxtlaa
who did this ttar m who now ruWiv
th greats 1m4Ihks f iurb- ami
lrDrlty that ovr ohuiq to gmt
.?whiTlu w!lhout d0ttUt he,n ar
a who has stomach aunhinri -
atuwacb trouhle. Take Kodol todni
,a watlnue it for tho Vhort time
oi u neceuary to glvo sou com.
-SMILES-
The Fourth of July celebrations
show that the spirit of the people is
for Independence, not dependence,
and that;lhey are thoroughly Demo
cratic not In the party sense hut
In the American sense.
Tho newspapers aro expected to' I
publish stuff for overy department of j
' 1 . .....,. .t, nr.n.l
tho government to educate the poo
olo and nbovo all to make tho do
partmont popular with the people.
All those departments nro In tho
hands ot civil servlco clerks who aro
not in touch with the people. A fed
oral-appointment Is next to Impos
sible for a new&papor man to got
If it is worth having. Somo cheap
political wirepuller gets It, or somo
relative of a high pubic official. Then
tho newspapers must help pull tho
success. Nowspapora generally aro
rofuslng to do this cheap work of
gratuitous publicity for still cheaper
officialism.
'
l'ct nobody dc3palr ot tho peoplo
winning out on the election of tho
next U. 8. Honntor. Tho methods of
the old Portland machlno nro so wclj
understood that no man with a par
tlclo of respect for tho way he stands
with tho goncrnl public will listen to
tholr arguments In any form.
a
Tho Phi Doltn Kappa aro In SC3
slo'ji at Portland. No relation to
tho Kit Kltix'Klan.
Stockton, Cnl., i recently raised
$500,000 for a new tourist hotel.
President Smith of . tho Mormon
chfuch regards tho Orcgonlan as tho
greatest pnper of' the West so
great It casts the rest of tho stato
In tho shndo.
It's nlmosf tlmo suit was brought
to atop collodion ot taxes and put
tho stnto on a warrant basis. Tho
Portland banks havo not had a rako
off with state money for over r.
year.
Premier Kntsurn o'f Japan U said
to bo forming a now cabinet.
Tnft Is storing onorgy at Hot
Springs, Vn.
Whtlo It cannot ho said to bo too
prngroslvo, the ' Republican pint
form Is n good ono.
You can trust your buslnoss to
the constant advertisers In this
paper, lie seeks pulillolty.
A ft or all tho newspaper talk
about a quiet Fourth tho American
boy va thoro with tho nolao.
If a certain odltor woro tho peo
ple's rholco Stntoment No. 1 would
bo Holy Sure
c
COFFEE
You are both judge and
jury for Schilling's Best.
Your vtofrr rttmoi jour moor It rou don't
lilt It; nt i"r him
Doth skies can't win In a baseball
KUine.
DaWltt't Witch Hazol Salve la os
poclally good for pllos. Raooumiond
ft nnd sold by nil druggist.
llorso raco hotting U us uncer
tain us Fourth of July waathar.
Thousands Have Kidney
Trouble and Never Suspect it.
I'reutloiiiT of Ktilurr l)Ur.
Most people do not realize the a'arm
Ing increase and remarkable prcvalency
oi Kinney disease.
Wlnle kidney dis
orders are the
most common
diseases that pre
vail, they are
almost the last
recognized b
ptunt and phy
sicians, vA
fllt tXtutltl mst
iL &tr,ug tkt tfttlt, while the r'.
itil liiMM undermines the -stem.
What To Bo.
Thera is comfort in tho kirawlarige so
aflaii opnswied, that lr. Kilmer's
SwaHip-Ruut. the wt kid. ty remedy,
lulniM evfv with in curing rtwuiiintUui.
patniM Utc Uck. kiduaj-s. livw, blndd
aiMl wry pu of the urinary &ajj.
ti tmiwii lusutuiy 10 now wnter
stul stahlinir juin in nasata it nr l.l
e4tcU folluwiag iim of liquor, une or
ww a overcoiiMS mat uuioataut lie
eewity of muf cvwptllttl la j;o ofi :t
aurtng the dv, ami to gt up ma
Uwiaa durins the nixht. Th mild n I
thaestraottlHwryetrect of 5wanip-Iio.'t
is soon twhwtl. It mud the higtu ,t
for its woudetful cures of tlw mct d .
trossijig ca it you uecvl a nudici. a
you l should haw the b.t. Sold l.v dru -
gins ui iiuH-v'Hl ami ou(Stk.IUr ies,
Yoiimayluncn .miit buttle and
cook mat tcl'. au
aoonttt, both scut free
by mall. Address Dr.
Kilmer & Co., Buig-
nanuon, i. Y. When Rjt.nn.
writing mention this paper and don't
cuke any mistake, bat remember the
ome. Dr. Kilmer's SwTimp.Root. asd
h ddce. Binihwatoa, N. Y.
M I it fiiM
a
ejvi
Your
HedAches
Whenever llidro is an
excited,- irritable condi
finn of the brain nerves.
ft; is the OUtCiy 01 a
j. .! 1 I Trt1lft-P Will
iirea oruui. xt-v .,
come quickly by tak-
..... -ri -r,Mn Anfi-
ltirr r. iUUUa xi-un
Pain Pills, as" they soothe
the nerves, and when this
is accomplished, the pain
subsides. This is the nat
ural, sensible way. No
harm can como from their
use if taken as directed, as
they do not derange the
stomach or leave any
bad after effects. Take
promptly at the beginning
of an attack and save Buf
fering. "It gives mo plMSuro, to tfll what
tha Dr. Miles' Antl-Paln PI" "v2
dono for mfe. I was troubled for years
with headache but am glnd to par
that after ualnir tho Fll s 1 now feM
that I nm entirely cured. I Winn au
that suftor from nendach would uss
them." MKB. ELIZA WEpSTKR.
15J4 Douglass Bt, Worcester, JIasfl.
Dr. Miles' Antl-Paln Pills are sold by
rour druooltt. who will qurntee that
ha first pickage will benefit. If It
falls. It will return your money.
M doses, 25 eenti. Never1 told In bulk.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
Phono 44 Main 147 N. High St.
C. W. YANNKE
Proprietor of
THE FASHION STABLES
Cabs and Llvory, all Rigs Modorn
Rubbor Tiro.
TORRID ZONE
FUNARCE
The above cut represents our
brick lined Torr d Zono Furnace,
Guaranteed gas, smoko and dust
proof. Economical and durable
A. L. FRASER
2!J8 8TATK BTUKKT.
Estlmatos furnlsbea on heating
''HunUL. A. I I'll . IH.TKB
I.7UIIM lllttMi .l.f V.r
Jnko0llk-Jt.M(l II.... D....I u.
mNmmmiwmWi'
MICKOKT
BARK
Cough Remedy
0i"iCY rvn
Coushs. Colds
CROUP
UTfceaBiKf Cuth
lli.Krn.v.
BroKikili.
SORE THROAT
0 C. T. Co.
Stunners Pomona and
leave for Portland dai: i
d and Wednesday at u a
CorAUU TuisdaN a
about 7 p u.
Ortgona
Sun-
Fo.
arday
M. P. BALDW IN, Agent.
I FKUCH FEMALE
IPILLS.
j$f i,Mmcr teat
- I.IVUMI M Mutt ttmllk n? .
ttS&&3ZXB&il
minmmmmmlVi TAm u"" -
5W fa Sikm by 0f. s. C. S--
1 Ikl 'hN BBBkHUBBPBKfllBHal
CHICHESTER'S PILLS
V7rV .;fi,l'i.l',k'.,.?r",,,ff,"'"Ll
Aii-irSm i.Mi'f'"S!"!,'i.w,,"J""'ArV
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SUMMER
( . . . . .1-M4H
iiMMSBaaMMBWPWBBi1ksi,wl
I AM THE WAN
neos again on a la0' any aov ones na como to Newport
all old cust0Sfla Mand all staple groceries. Everything the
rerTU 5!d!J new grocery store la the finest if J&
coin county. Froo delivery.
LEE W. WILLIAMS, Newport, Of,
'fyrfSTTTSzLTii 1 1 1 u 1 1 1 1 1 ii li 1 1 e JS3
ii WILHOIT SPRINGS ffir
n. !,.. nmtrnn City. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday until i
' July "then dally at 9 A. M. Stago alsb goes from Mt. Angel. Fare
I! $i.50.' P. W. McLean, proprietor.
1ut .HI H-W 1 1 1 1 1 rHl I II -11 j II. I II J. L I.I J. I III I 1 j Hj
JSmww'ltl4lll,L!,'''"J ,l,IBIB'w
I Otf f?"
.. vsuii
in aunuly yo with c-vorthlng In tho grocory i'jie; the finest J
butter and vegrtabloa of nil kinds. Two atorea, ono at f
loach and ono at Newport. You4 rrders solicited; free df. I
Wo can
fresh
Nye Beach
livery.
...,.....iIWiiaBiioiiiViit'e'il'i!ia!a:
HOTEL BRADSHAW
Rooms and board. Rooms with free uso of furnished kitchen
.ncliudlng dlahe and wood. Half way to Nye Bench, overlooking
tho cean. RatC3 reasonable
W. C. COOK, Prop. Newport, Otv.
BRING YOU CAMERAS
Supplies and developing at Smlth'i
Camera store, also
LUNCHES AND CIGARS
Nye lUacli, Newport, Ore. lmo-7-1
MIDWAY
Largo, bright, airy rooms.
Board furnished. Halfway bo
tweon Newport and Nye Brook.
Flrst-claso In every respect. Bag
gage hauled ono way frco. Ratos
roasonnblc.
WM. IlOItDKN, - Newport, Or.
McDonald House R. A. McDonald,
proprietor. Prlvato board nnd
lodging, modornto rates, homo
cooking, LocnJcd nt Nye Boach,
Newport, Oregon.
nimaawMaaaaaaaeaaaw
1 Gold Past Float
Matte ly THK SYDNKV l'OW
Kit COMPANY, Sidney, Ore
gon. Mado for family use.
AMc your grocer for It. llran
nnd shorts always on hand,
t P. B. Wallace
AGENT
toiaa)ajMaMBia)aiiatuiiabau
""1,0m
THK UhST ItllMT THK
FAMILT KR had
Can be Ohtnfnnrt trnm mi. ...l..
. - , ..... ui., yillU,
tenner and juicy beef, mutton o.
J pork. All our meats are select w
from the choicest, and prepared fo
u lauuj io imi lD demand! of th
fastidious. Our prices are low-r fo
Quality than you can find at am
Place in Salem,
E, C. C It 0 S S,
Phone U, 870 Huu
Graber B
ros.
PLUMBING
AND
GAS FITTING
toaUordwS gua
wrk to give sanation Z
tbe up to the ianliary stand-
WW.AUB PLEASED 10
filVE FTIMATES 0
COXTItACTS.
Call at our shop on Libert
jjyg jit
RESORTS
t , , t . sps
ijm nnnn -w
xwe, ww
TiOOMIS nnOS.. Nov
(vcnnrt Oiu vf
r ZI
f
IRVIN HOUSE
Tho moat homo-liko nnd comfortablt
hotol nt Nye Beach. Flno bowllu
alley nnd club houso In connectlo.
Two minutes walk from the oce&a.
"Courtoous treatment" Is the tnotU
of tho management.
S. G. Irvln, Prop. Ncwpod
Whon yotr go to Newport remomb
Bain's Hack & Dray Co.
gives speclul nttontlon to transfer
ring hnggngc nnd camp outfits. Fur
nished and unfurnished Iiousm;
wood nnd hny for salo, Lcavo or
ders at Bnln'B Bakery, Nye Creek,
Newport, Orogon. Phono conaee
tlons. When nt Newport go to Fogarty k
Rowln's Llvory Stables for teams t
movo your baggage; to glvo yoai
host girl a drlvo; to go to .Oiler
Rock, Seal Rocks or any point of In
terest In smnll or largo parties. Haj
nnd food nnd a square deal ill
nround; caroful drivers who knon
tho bench. Glvo tis n trial.
Slmonrf Jjcntltcn tho boatman
Launchoa and r" kinds of boaU
for ront. Excursionists taken to
any part of tho bay. Will men'
trains nt nnv time at Yaqulna ot
roquost. Ratos reasonable. Kef
port, Oro.
HOT SEA BATHS
HOT SEA BATHS
Nye Beach, Newport, Ofi
A Comfortable Summer HoanHsf
House.
THE SEAVIEW HOUSE
Mrs, S. S. nurrows.
Half-way hotwoon the Postofflce sal
Nye Creek. Rates, $1.25 a day.
room nnd hoard. Newport, Oregoi
THE OCEAN HOUSE
MARY CASE, Mannger.
Flno vie- of Bay, beautiful loca
tion awny from noise nnd tho ht
pf tho streets. Block and half froa
boat landing. Open summer and win
ter. Newport, Yaqulna Bay, Oregon.
ED. SULLIVAN'S
MARKET
Frosh fish of all kinds in soasoa.
Fresh Krabs Kooked dally. FW
bait on hand at all times. Boats U
reut. lmo-M
Stocker's Meat Market
TInrn ,... ...Ill l . -i .tl .l., tVl
..v.v juu will una HI UI! iiiucs -
; choicest meats thnt can be procure!
i'so nan. your patronago soitciiw.
j STOCKF.IVS MKAT .MARKET.
Newpoit, Oregon lmo-fo
Newport House
' Board and rooms, home cooUlnS
heat 23c meal In city; you help yo
self. Largo, pleasant rooms RtM
(reasonable Mrs. M. E. Frey. PJ';
prietress. Newnort. Or. lniojj
HOLLISTER'S
Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggp
A Bait Medlolas fat Saiy Fspl
ugs Oolden Health and Kwewed T-ja
Bring
anngs uoiilea Healta and Kaewc 'j
snl Klduey Trouble. hmDie. Ecero?, I?J:
in " 51 oreain, Mujrxtin uowe., YT-71
I TEP&gfH-..? &T Mountain J?
tflHA.! I). ri I f.h m . A..T-
i; -v'" ctjuih n ifx. iii u"
i HoLtistttt rjRfc C,arv, Sladl ' ,
' 5nlOCN wnnr.FTS FOR SAI I OW PE"g
THE AVENUE
' . Creama, let. eisnirj and eoall
. loss. Cormer ot leraBteeatli
AsylHBi arn. N. o. SiJWr. 11
vrwior.

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