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LOCAL 31 3$ j0r In W. Helww Tuesday laat lor ' H.... I... M u II.. Mil woriHj "! tWrly Uiill. If., F. Iirrn ynwngwl daughter was likr ""'"'"'y 111 '' Tur,,,y murnlng. u. U. M. lU rulilry, uf Vwnoiria, m illrMlilolHen Tuesday. mm. f. II. Otxltrey mill Mr. Jo, thy. turn are vlaltwg n.-i"""s MIHWUm All " Ur (I- A. 1iiIiiiom, ol i'ortUmt, Called rtDjiiolliceoii Tuesday. Thrre r I"' twenty divorce cane on Un court ilix-kol ' "" Yoo will have to hurry If you want to u, the Wr. Tu k ' tur. i,. Dltlt o'1'1 " '" lo"" ,lmc un Hi there ! another uch lair oil the ! life ot. The NHii ranch, consisting of 1300 . r I ...I -1 IV.. h I. ... U ...I.I -ftOI u,,e IlltlltO Ik Milll id MIUll plcax, M it plblr i'l U will brlntc mauy new .topic in warreu. Van will have t hurry If yon want any eflbuK mtivrnlr plale. They are the tiul chr4irt souvenir Hint you can Wt of the great coitin which will he Iblng of Ilia "t. Tbry have Accost ( arm of On-yon In tht center, nih t gnaind of green and a boric r of M, Onlcr frtuii Is. II. I-wkk ami you jt jrt llirin iintuemaiiiy aiier mc r.i pKtinn. The milliter la limited. The jn cent. Violin and alt itrinit"! instrument itiirtil ))' uie. All work guaranteed, lilrrsa rural St. Helen. I drcW CC8 HKOKI.K. Or. Knodar uaat Dr. Oraao'a naw m4 centct mtho of malting aril. k)l trlh. Plata a fa mad by thl tthod to At aeurt. 123 Mohawk lalldm;, Portland. TW fill in fniiil of the Muckle r4iich, kiwcn si. Ililcun anu narrrn I ocing niirel. Vr. T C. Watt, of Reuben, arrived jJ.:.e.rn..,T ,m iii . eMy rtwnt U, attend . court bailiff. II. CUik, agent for the A & C K K at iuinitr 4 arrrted on Monday lwt bv 4tiN U lute. It it charged tlmt he lr- ri to l:ru ia uiuc of the cauipany' "WT- Vtttv '. villi a number of the year ..l..ltl.c lirrtitiriit of Agrtcullurtf ! il.ii nflue. Aui one who aenda hi use wldreaa can have one of thttu. I luvt money to om on approved Ti'oU'.r Kciiritv, tv. it pown.f,. Hi. Ilelcua, Urrgon J'ij;o; While pine and Tar, the old s!uli!r ct!i remedy. Put m'.c by A.). emiiiK. diujuil. Vn. A. T. l-umamt tUiihter Nellie .vuA the raiii hi lvt .WurLiy. Mil Sophia Freruun. of It-r Inland, iiiuliiijj ,Mim llirdie llnrrn thia week. Hi l.ra I'nwell of rittatiurg, U utin- lur l other. V. It. Powelt thia Kit. itn. W. A. Ilarria Irft here laat Rilur. ii Uit Portland Ut aprnd aevcral itaya itlcndiiiKtlie Grand l.1ge ol Ui Kaih Uiac.Si.ivit, Uifuwint one ol thoiw aonvenlr J4irtt '."i rent e.ieh. Hend ytmr or Irnto I;. II. I'Uttir. Ht, lUlena. Thee n W.njr. told to ri-inihune the county I aic the lirat aunvenira you can bare, 'eciiiM- thry have upon them the coat ol mol Hie State of Oregou. rtlMIMI Pjneiini and Freacolng. K'liniiti-a given fret. IrKjuird M. C. limy I" i fiirtlnr partictnlarr. A. H.CTI.ISKIIT80.N Ft. Ile'cn. Urt. M. II. Itlundcll and daughUr Uiirlie. ol Salem. viiU-d. with Mr. K. II. I'liiKg thia week. Mm. Mafic llrinrlch, of I.al'ayctt, vi- "itcd with Mr. W. A. Il4rrn.-venldiy a Ut uf,k. The V C. R. R.will aelt acnaoti t "in ticketa (row Iloultou to all Clat-'ilk-.-ii li pointaand return, continuing until SrtrtemtwT J.lth, at ft for the round fip. K to return until October 13. W pitiera for aalc, ehtiti, at thia ""ice. FRANK PUGG, Agent livcuitw 'IVIeirain. Jlr. l-luier Newell, a former resident '8t. Ilrlent but who addreat li now Vni rvillc, Trinity County, California, nil 5iK) votca for Mlat Uaiay U'atkina, uic Trii-gratu conteat, "liMtidina" Grav. mother of Mr. M. C.C.My, C(t yCterday fcir a two weeka vml with relative in the Sound country. Mr Ih-nnl Perry, of Portland, ajient Siimliy l Ht. Helena, vlnliJng hl mother, Mm, Jamea Itart. Mm. Harrison Allen, of Aatorln. wife "'uur proircuilng attorney, la visitlnK Mf C.ll. J.,t,iia. Mrs. J.m. iMrt vinitcd Porlluud Thura "ly l.ihti, Krv, Kemp, the new pistor of the M. K- church, hehl bia find wsrvlce in St. lU-la-ns La Sunday. He delivered an litien mid luterentlug aernion, and we llii ve hit minlatratioua here wilt prove "Unicfll to the community. M'. II. R. Cliff Ima lcn in nttendance xtrprevntullve of the locul Knthliouc I.'Ikc to the Grand Iidge in acRioti in ''""l.'iid thia week. tin. V. A. Hurrla, 'f"'n d Mimugt-r, and Mra. Frank Itow, lruinl Trustee, were ulno In nttendance thia. city. . Mf- P. S, Younger, of Pendleton, liua 'cn vi,itiR I,). ,im,Kl,ter, Mr W. II. ""well, during the rati wet-k ' r-v mil now a remilriit ol Timnpuh, In,. 1U Ilia K.ict ot Mr N. A. J'crry, ot jumuioii, mtriiiK the .t week. I now havo a nlcs nor. liii'iitofj.iiliiin,olU,vrnlh, titln. viminulfi, briuhiw, Ui. 1'ln ami Krunlta WHI, itive il pi. etf. (Jnn-crlia, Hay, Oraln, Hour, olc. M.f.Ult.VV, fit. Iklu,,., A SNAP UK) acret of In ml m.Hr Dulima, In tho lurll' neavarviillwy for 110001 Of th 100 acrm, flare elrii.l ami thnra ( a flu orchard pi apple, jH.r, cherry an.j prim Irww. There In a good tlx rin hoiiae on lh Iho ami a well of lino water thai never goet dry. For anyono that waiiU to buy In Ihla county thin la aiiiaji. For partlctulara Innulru at tliln ollke. VERNON IA ITI5MS. U. S, Mcllingr-rand (umily went to the Grove the firat of tliii week, intending to bring hack a load of aupplira dr the winter. They may go on to Portland for a day or two to are the tulr (hit tnat week. Mre. lil.ic Rem it, nee RUe, mid kahy who have lieen vititing with th Parker fauiilica and other frirnda in thia virinity aim-e Augut Lt. rrturoed to her home near lloulton the firt of taut week. Prank Tracey, T. M. Tucker, Ouy Milla, Charlea Iturgcn-on and W illlmn lieerbury all made tttpa to Ford Grove with team bringing In toad, I tut week. They any the road are not a bit nice. Mr. lVeilmry waa on the road lour day coiuiug home. Tlifton Tucker came in fron .ScHpixxne Ut Priday for a weck'a viit with the home fotka. 'Chip" aupporti ipiite a uii ill muitiu-he thete dayi. Many of hi old friend did not know him !ectic ol Hie cUange in hit p cjrum'c. I. V. Kery and G. Gutalson went to riaHkanie the firnt of the week lor LU1J Un. ., . , . , , ioari. i. oiiii? tun tnty eucouiitcrcti a Wikw, hi,ti BMr flat.k4ilie, which up- .t Mr. K.y. n ,milIlillg a ol hit loud into the canon .V) ret below. Fortiinnti-ly Mr. Keay wna ahciul trad ing ttie tcnu. da: he would have Ixen thrown headlong down the tnrtiiic. A jit wo the hnr:a held the watm and , tlwre i no H eecfit a m:ill c;e of ieggnaiid a lew chirkent. Mr Kimiiuni t-)jjii her hIhmiI in the Tinker ditrict Monday morning last. Mr ll-itficld ill lgin in the town (lit tiict next Monday illuming. There are quite a numl-er of applicant, of ptipila from outtidc dlUrli-ta. more -rhapa than Csin be accommodated. The new eat are ling pat in. place thi week. We regret to learn ol the death of o'.ir fellow citl,-en of the Nc'.uJcm, H. W Kcawy, at Portland, on Moudny of list week. Mr. KraMry waa well and favor ably known in thia community. llailey Redmond went out to lloulton and Ht. Helena Pti.lay for a load fur our merchant H. G. lowiiiii, returning Monday. He mi the road out tlM ty are alo no good. Thcae heavy raiun lately have made getting out and in from thia point with anvthiug like a load, aliuoat out of the ipunliou. Wait until our R R ciur. Mr. Rkidmore and wife, from Michi g.in, are viiting I. P. Sjicnccrand fumily thia week. Mr. ftja ncer'a fin.1 w ife waa a ai.terol Mr. Skidmore, and they huve not met each other since Mr. Sprnccr came west many jeaia ago. The fkul- iiiorcn have been taking in the I.cwta and Claik fair and other great thing in thet North wct. Out Gutafon and on lleiilon. and Wright Hurl went to Portland Monday to pcttd tin last week in the ighU at the fair. The jwople from thi aectlon ol the county, all thing, conaidcrril. nave n-itionic-i the cp"illon fairly well. There wn quite an txodu from thee part to St. Helen Monday morning to attend circuit court. Among tboac go ing we note the following: II. K. Nick eraon, K. Seaaman, Oncnr I.indntsom loarph Vi -nltlarlcom, C. A. Malmstcn, J R. Dalhw, 1). W. Keascy, CUrance Palm er. Kuury Shci-ley, Claud Thoutii. G. Smith, J. C. Coulter and H. G. Downing. Rii were called out a linM, oine a wttueitte and aomc for other purpose. Tell Soule who ha been at Mist the pat month workiug for J. K. Dow, re turned home Monday. We nre glad to have Tell home again. Harrison Rose, a former resident oi the valley, but for the pat year living in Kuatcrn Oregon with hi mother, ha been visiting hi alstcr. Mr. Juuie Urn mon and other friend here the past two w-ck. William Downing, who has len visit- iiiif with hi u, H. ti. Downing and fumily since April last h returned to hi home at Roacoc, JIo., Mopping on en routa at Portland lor a few day "doing" the exposition and also nt Colo rado point to ace aome of the wonderful work of nature in that region, A Droll Child. An arli it wms talking in a New York studio alwtit Ruth Well, the lnutlful and famous child model, who often gets ns much as A" a kitting, and who often cum Irom f.'OOlo ftOOn weak. "Ruth, he aald, ha poacd 'ot mt since her babyhood. She is on amusing child. Hie. my the quaintest thing, "One windy day hc came here for a sitting without a bat. She explained mu lack in thi way: 'On the way a big wind Mowed my hat off, o I coined here wiv' my head barefooted,. ' " I.'l3t. A. C. llcrgerson told fifty head df hcep nt u.,j( Bn(j jJ0UK)lt , ,,,.,, grus horhc. Three fiitnilie from thi place, vlx Tel "ergerson, A, C. Ilergerton, and John 'una , attended the hilr lust week. It appear from the Portland Journal that we urc to haye two railroad along oi eiun other. Competition I the lile of trade. Rev. Colemnn preached a very Interert mg mrim.n here last Tuewhiy night, W. I Dalla and family, ol Chamoi, mo visited hi brother, J. K. of this place and Iihs returned to hi eastern home. Alfred North ha returned to Chicago University where he will complete hi course In history thi year. He expert' to trucu one year in th east after he graduate and then rcturu to Oregon. Kdwln North finished teaching the Kint nehool and is now attending Busl- lics College In Portland. Several parties from Kist are attending court at St. Helen thi week. KAINIKIt Mr. Martin Hoth went a a delegate to the K of 1' convention held at Port laud, Mr. Taggart and daughter Evelyn went to Walla Walla Tuesday. Allwrt Whitney went to CluUkanle Saturday. Mr. and Mr. Sima went to Portland Monday to tee the fair. Mr. and Mrs. llohman went to see the fair Monday, especially the Columbia county exhibit, Mr. and Mr. R. H. Mitchell were down from lloulton Monday. Mr. and Mr. S. M. Mann and family wtM to Portland Wednesday. Mr. Zweemer and daughter Rhod went to Portland Saturday. The schooner Vp, of San Francisco ia loading lumber at Rainier Mill & Lumber Co' dock. Mr. Charlie Silva made a flying trip to Portland Saturday morning. He just had time to lump on while the train was moving. Mr and Mrs. W. Shaw spent Sunday ot Cascade locks Mint I.iU Muckle will study for trained iiiimc at North I'acific Sanitarium in Port land. We hac heard this from reliable source. Mr. and Mr. Howard went to Port land to see the fuir. Watch Rainier Grow. The Rainier Grand Hotel will be tcmodclcd next month and a firt claw dining room will be in connection. Rainier now ranks a one of the bet citie along the river. It will toon be the belt. Facia About Alaska !..) you know tli.it Nome, Alx ka, is nm mile wc.t of Honolulu? Do you know that Alaska ha almost two and a half lime as much coast a the rest ol the I'nited States! The panhandle of Alaska includes 1,01X1 miles ol inland sea, protected by a range of Mand. The Youkon carries as much water as he Mitiitt ippi. It rues within thirty mile of the Pacific and travel 3,000 mile to the Bering se.. The mouth ol t'.iic Youkon i ninety mile wide. A in he .Vnmn'iuiili, yix uuv au;nl it on a clear day and see no shore. From Cape Prince of Wale, Amcrt c in toil, you sec Aia acro only thirty two miles ol tl c Bering '.rait. Seven railroad, are InVperation'or being constructed. The tnot famous is the Skugwny-Youkon connecting link of HO miles. Alaska's canned salmon output is esti mated this year at f 10.0U0.IXW. One-sixth of the memlier of Camp Nome Artie llrothrrhood are college graduates. Booth Tarkington, V. V. Jacobs, Al frcd Henry Lewis, Kdwin Lcfcvre. James L. Ford, Ambro Biercc and Herbert Mnli-k are contributor to the October Cosmopolitan -an unusually large num l.xrof prominent names for a popular mairaxine. Needles to say, the entire iwue is well worth reading, and the illus tration arc attractive, being contributed by Will Owen, fainou in Knglnnd for hi character work, W.L.Jacob, Frank Tenticy Johnson, Orson Lowell, Frank Vcrbcck, Phillip Ward, Henry Raleigh, V. T. Richrrd and Seytnore M. Stone On the whole its a very beautiful maga zine. An orchaid company it one of the .ii need of ' Columbia County. Wo raise the bett apples in the world, but wrt do not raiao enonch of them. T wre .(..mid be a hundred acres in orchards where now there i but one acre. ' The Polk County atteeeor found Jl 000 in hi county to lietou liiBasfcss- ment roll. That ie almost enough to start a bank, if ono man had it all. What has become of o-irold acquaint ance, S. A. D. Puter and the ladies? r JR. KDW1S KOMI, PHYSICIAN & SURGFON HT. IIEI.ESH, oimio j JR. II. R, CLIFF, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON ST.. 1IK1.ENH, t8i;t;o. Cult- Clillla una v,r G, W. Witt, Nasogdocliet, Tea, taia "Hitdiiughter had chill and lever tor three yeart; ho could not llnd anything that wonld help her till heuacd llerbiue Hi wife will not keep bouse without it, and cannot ray loo much for it." 60c, old by A. J. laming. ffMorii than 1,000 chlikon, and about w pigoona aro entered in tho poultry how at the exposition. Th date for the exhibition are Oct 6 to 12 inclunive, I'lio lioat Doctor Rev. It. C. Horton, Sulphur Spring, Texan, write, July 1002: I huv u.l In uiy family Ilnllurdt Snow .Inlment anu uoriljound Syrup and they have proveu certainly tifactory. The lini ment it the beat we have ever used for headache and pain. The cough tyrup hat been our doctor for the Inet eiirht jeraa. . Buiu uy A, J. Dcminsr. The eyening of the laat dav ot th fair nat been deaignated at Goode Night, In honor of H. W. Goode, preident of the expoaltion. When In Pertland tio to The Kuiniro Itiwiuornni 109 ti.!.i Street, throe door Konth of Uakt-r The tre. Meal from 15 cent op. Open day and niitht. Oytra in any rtylc. win. rtohlamler, Prop., formerly of the Royal, 1st and Madison. Haved HI Life. J. W.Davenport, Wingo, Ky write, Joue H 1902; "I ,nt to ,m 1 leiv Palbrda Snow Liniment tuved my life. I wat nnder the treatment of two doctorr, and Kiev told ine one of my lungtv.a entirely gone and the other badly aiTVeted. I alto bad a lump on mw sI.Ia f .L.I. .1 1. ... -..,0, uuii i inula i couiu nave lived two month lonjtcr. 1 wa Induced by a friend to try Hallard't Snow Lini ment. The Cm application gave me re lief; two fifty cent bottlea cured me ound and well. It i a wonderful mod icineana 1 reccomend it tl tuflering ouiuaniiy. Sold by A. J. Doming. September lumber ahipment from 1 oitlatid reac cd a total of 24,000,000 leet. of which more than one-half went foreign. Thi is the largest amount ever shipped by water from thi port ina single month, but the shipment every month .1.:. , , . .ui jer uave snown Heavy gam over those of the corresponding month last year. De.pite the great volume of thi traffic, the mills arc all behind with or der, and it i a certainty that the busi ness next year will how even greater in crease than are now in evidence. I'ua'i llorrow Trouble It it a bad habit to borrow anything, but the wortt thing yoa can potibr lorrow i trouble. When ick, tore, weary and worn out by the pain and poiscn of diFprpcia, billioosnes. brlgbf d'tease, and timilar internal dUor lew, don't tit down and brood over your cyuiptoma, but fly for releif to Klcctric Biltere. Here you will find sure and permanent forgetfullni-st of all your troubiei and your body will uot be burdened by a load of debt disease. At Perry and Graham etore. Price &0c. Guaranteed. Mr. Mitchell was one of George May. gei warm adinirera took bia money and solicited hi im Ironing. Tbpn bp a a the first to Rive the Orr-eonian the new of Mayger'a downfall. inrra Win lor CnusH J. E. Orover, 101 X Main t, Ottowa. Kan, write "It has been my nils' tronb'e to eatcli t revere coM. ami tlierc fore to cough all winter long. Last full I got her a bottle of llorehonnj Syrup. Sha used it anil hat been able to deep ounJIy ail night long. Whenever the cough bother her two or three dose top the uouirh and the i able to be up and well." :'5c We anJ 1.00 at A. J. Peniing'. The asserted valuation ol the personal property in rurtiaml has been more than donlileil. by the asscisur. (iool work. You niay call it by it right name when yon eat it, and you may throw the (crullers in the buck yard. The season opened last Sunday, and ail who havo paid theirone dull.ir license fee ni.iy now bunt Chine) pheasant. Plana to Get itlih. are often frnatrated by tndden breaking down due to dyspepsia or constipation Brace up and Uko Dr. Kings New Life rillr. They take ont tho materials which are clogging yoor energie, and itive yon a new start. Cure headache and dizziness too. At Terry A Graham store; 2c, guaranteed. Wait until the Fair It oror then watch the scrip. Mr. Mitt-hell haa tried aeTeral time to defeat the editor of this paper. He will keep on until eventually he break hi own neck. J. J. Underwood, Nome rominipiinncr at the exposition haa just received fron Alaska a speclman of tin oro weighing 450 pounds. The specimen contains 60 percent tin, and I worth twenty cent a pound. The total admission to the Lewis ami Clark Fair npto Sp. 2" wna 2,0ti5,5J5. It is expected tlmt the grand total will be not less than 2,600,000, s belter record than over bi-fore was made I y an enterprise ol similar magnitude. The Lewi and Clai k Exposition clot) at half past eleven o'clock Saturday night Octolier, H. J;iil as C'.oJ For Un Honey L, This Week's Store News : Ladies' Sln'rt Waists, 67 Styles, 6e,c to fg.qo Eacli Ladies' Tailor Made Suits, fit guaranteed, $7. 50 up Ladies' and Misses' Coats, Jackets, Capes, Furs, Etc. Kimouas, Wrappers, Petticoats, Undermuslins. Biggest Selection Ever shown. LATEST CREATIONS IN MILLINER YA"IMC HATS, CAPS Men and Bojs' Soils and Trowsers, Overcoats and Rain Coais $15 Men's Suits Only $12.15. All Wool Trowsers from $2.50 to $8.56 Bargains. $12.50 and $i4.So Overcoats. $10.65 takes 'cm. SHOES HATS CAPS We have closed a contract with the larfest factory in the country and will fell $3.00 shoes for 2.75; $2575 shoes for 2.50; $2.50 shoes for 1,90; Men's $4.00 shoes for 3.65; Loggers' $6.00 shoes for 5.50; Loggers' $5.50 shoes for $5.00; Boys' $2.25 shoes for 1.85; Misses' $2.00 shoes 1.75; Children's $1.50 shoes 1.25, JUST FOR FUN THIS WEEKS;iV- FANCY COLORS Pcacok Flour $4.75 Barrel The above wu clipped bodily from a two-column announcement by The Evening Telegram of a $5000 prize conteat it hat just instituted to obtain new subscribers. This sweeping tribute was absolutely un solicited. As ALL the business colleges of Portland use the advertising columns or The Telegram the BehnkeAValker College being by no means the largest advertisers the KOTICE FOR l-l BIJCATIOM. Dpartmnt or th Interior. Tand OrCc at Nolle la hrrchr given that tha followln Rained wilier haa AId notice of his In tention to make ftnal proof la support of hia claim, and that aald proof will b made before th llealater nod Receiver at Port Un.1. ireartiu u la-lolmr Ii: vU.. Israel U. Mnllli. huinolt-a.1 t-ntrr No. l-luT, lur luc ut trr 1 1 it, raw. tie names ens lonnwing witnesses v piu. his continuous residence upon and cultl vatlon of said land, via: Jscli r. Mrhllcli.Ucarcc KcMr, Jscob Rafcrly, Ssnnlf. Halcnv, all ol UiMiiilaln l)lc, in-on. AMJKHNO.N 8. PBESaCK. Keglsler. noi ii'K Ton I'l Bi.iiiAtios. Ian J Oaiix- it roriliit. On-con. hepteuilicr -i. l-JUi. S.lic l lierebr Rlvn ibsl the fjllouin tlsme.1 settler hs. nled uotfua ttf hl illlcnlh.n in m.ie riitsl imit lu sui.Kort of his claim, and that ulil i.m.tf will Im. insilc before Kcei.-ter sn.l UcccWcr at f'.rtUnil, tireeon.on Oi-i.lcr .'1, livi. viz.. Johll R. Kaller, Husr lUu ot Terry T. Hsllev. iitssiiis; II IJLVI. lor ibe m hi wu, li. In. r 4 nr. lie names the Mlnwlo witncsno lo prove bia roii'iiiuoiis irsldciii-e uioii a id cultivation si'l isn.i: vii.: f. A. Ptieraon. Iitiiton. Oi.: Arthur Bacon Racoiia. or.; K J. Crabb, Buxtuu, Ut.. kotM.n T. bluiino". Itilltoll. Or. AUiKK.NON a. DBKSSRR. KcsiJtcr. J STOMA COLUMBIA RIYER ii RAILROAD COMPANY. DAILY. sTATIOitS DAILY. 1 r. iT 7:00 to t t ss S 41 I w ! W t 0" t 1 S7 10 00 10 0 10 20 10 W A.M. 00 t M t I U t t M 10 00 10 10 10 Jl lM 10 it r. oi 11 15 11 so it a ! M 00 7 et 7 t 7 7 7 17 7 0! i tl 6 1 .0' Lt rofllanl Ar l 1 SSI VVS: Mi: ; sa 3." UI; nt 79 ?! M 0: IIV4: W tlobl 10 td ....Hamler ... ... rvramld... ... Mavnr.... . . .Qufncy.... .. Clal'kaiil., .. Marshland.. .. Weatpon... ....I'lllton.... ....KnapiMk... ... 8venon ..John !.. . t n t 17 t 08 0 AS I S3 li 07 7 M 7 ! Ar. Astoria .I.v All train mak eloaa eonnecllona at fioht irlth Morthetn fad no Iraliia tn and Inun the Kst and ouod points At Poriland with all Irslna Icavinc I'nlen depot, at Aalnrla Willi t. II. AN. Co. boat and rail Una and sMeatnci T. J. Poller ta aud (root Ilwaoo and North Brarh point. l-aiscnrere for A at oris or war polnti mnst Us rains t lloulton. Tro ma will atop to lei ps enrcis oirst lloulton when coming Irom poinM wct of Ooble. J. :. Matyet. Ota. Pus. Ait.. Alerts. Ot rB reaTLAN. dailt. -TSAMSII- "America" Vfflamett SloDgh Routs Leave lit. Helent. ...IMAM Arrive at I'ortlanJ. .10: A M Lear Portland !:30f M Arrive at 8t. lleltn. fl H P U rsKB so eaiiiTs. ! H Will Carry Nnttilnf but Pit er tnd Fatl Freight. 4 J t ni: a good. nmar. I For tie Saais Price WOOL SWEATERS, 9 CtflFKSVfHam and Bacon 12 I-2c. per Lb. 11 j-m aTx at. errata!, era aaxs upuww wlM tte BTaad ttgtidto k I . am bcxto rfcrzw th tetjb oram orrcsa cut mokths bcmoi- AMHIP6 W TH2 BrHXKB-WAIJMB pueiNBsa coixcoa or pomujnx TbaM aebolanhip vera aXu eooaiortnaj masy cOBtm, and wr a Uctsd bia Th Wnna bUmrm t)wt tb Bska-Walkar CuUac aSafa taa beat pparttantty to eaenr a boatnaa ducatica ac an? eoHag of Ka kind ta ttaa Wa. Thaaa acboawaWp are travnatav aaat ta aary ooa tn vm aiatnot. iU TBI TKtZm MENS FIRST r .f mi .id .J y ts-. . mm . an. f mm Mm iir "4 '; Mover Clothing Co., ' THIRD AND OAK. PORTLAND THE COLUMBIA COUNTY Abstract and Trust Co. Titles Examined, Abstracts Made, Nou-Resident Taxes Paid. Real Estate, Loans, Etc. E. E. QUICK A. M. IIOLTON, . ' ' Proprietor kSTAM.ia.IIKD UT1 ItOt.. JOHN A. BECK DEALER IM ffatclies, Diamonds, Silverware, ....JEWELRY Repairing a Specialty, Mortls-a iL Bet Froul 4 first. rOjtTLAMD. He till Mine TeO joa TraTeler Tbat tne NORTH COAST LIUITED Electric Lighted, ia the Crack Train of Them All for Comfort and Ele - gance. - The Ticket Office at Portland ir 259 Morrison, Cor. 3d, Portland A. D. CHARLTON Muiitant Central ' Patungw Agmt PORTLAND. OREGON 3 TRAINS TO THE EAST DAILY (9oM0ooc i - MM at u 1 m mm sweeping nature of this indorsement came aa a great surprise. It was in no sense a paid advertisement, but was the verdict of that great evening daily it fair and impartial judgment after having in vestigated best business colleges in the west. Come to Portland take advantage of thia "best opportunity to secure a business educa tion of any college of its kind in the West." - CLASS SUITS $10.00 The Bast seen. you have ever FABRICS in Worsteds, Cev'nti aiJ Ctiin:.-i;. Hand-Worked Button Holes, Hand -Padded Collars, 5Ewi with silk Others say $15 lot Equal QaaJitj. Com3 Early and Get the Pick. WHEN YOU SEE IT IN OUR AD IT'S SO. Kednred Kate on Str. IralrJji On ni.d utter June Si'nd, the fare mi tin- Sir. Iiahla miU lie aa folluw, ir.x.l lo Ot. 15 UN'S, tii.l le and Knlnnm T5i-oi:ea.tl.5 M.iiiid trip. llofTumrv, MartiiiH, Ci.liiii-ll, Cu li- (!0r: one , .1X0 romd dip. (Vlinntiia City, Cflb oiicny,K0e ii.m.d trip. St. Helens, 50coii way, T5c round tun. W 9