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rtaVER MDLEY'S STATEMENTS.
He Hidresthe-Qaestionof Wil
lamette Valley- Freights.
THE 0. P, NOT STEALING TRADE.
Explanation of tho Yislt of the
Xorchants from San
The Oregonlan bos criticised the act-
tloa of tbo San Francisco and Wlllam-
ifttte Valley merchants In connection
I with the excursion from that city, and
specially tho efforts of tho San Fran
eteco people to secure trado from the
cities In this part of Oregon.
At. I'orvallla Mr. E. W. Hadloy. re-
I celver of tho Oregon Pacific, explained
j the action In a very fair manner. Mr.
. Hadlev'a remarks were In part as fol-
"The president oryour ooara or iraae,
Mr. Jones, has just said In reference to
some recent comment of tho press re
ferring to this mattor.as au attempt on
j the part of San Francisco merchants to
steal Portland trado, that you were not
here to steal anythlug. There has just
3 been banded to mo a copy of today's
Oregonlan, from which I would like to
read you a short extract in relation to
this excursion. I wish to make a few
comments on this editorial expression
of opinion. First I want to disclaim
on the part of the San Francisco
merchants and the railroad which
I represent, any desire to divert
Portland's trade. We have simply
Invited these representatives of
the Ban Francisco hoard of trade
to aome up here aud look over the val
ley In the Interest of honest competi
tion. We bavo not joined hands with
them In any fight against Portland. In
this connection wo have been accused
of what has been called Illegitimate
competition, whatever that may meau,
for the reason that wo brought goods
from San Francisco to Albany, and
then trans-shipped them over the
Boutbern Paclflo to points on their
lines at rates which were lower than
the all-rail rates mado by tho Southern
Pacific to tbo same points. I entirely
fall to see anything Illegitimate in such
a proceeding. I liavo never considered
It sound business polloy to make rates
on a basis that some of our competitors
do that Is, all tbo tralllo will stand.
If by reason of Its shorter distance and!
the natural advantages which enablo It
to bo operated more cheaply, the Ore
gon Paclflo Is ablo to make lower rules
to points on Kb lino than that competi
tor can make ou its own lino, then I
claim that wo are simply availing our
selves of tho natural advantages of su
perior location, and If thero Is any dis
crimination it certainly must lie with
the roads which mako such rates that
lis competitors oan step in antout un
der its own lino.
"Tho article in tho Oregoulau which
I have Just read you (quoting from
Henry C. Eoklnborgor, of tho Port
land chamber of commerce) says: 'The
Oregon Pad II o appears to be after a
tariff rather than revenue, aud might
mako a vory low rate from San Fran
cisco to Albany.' I claim thut tho Ore
gon Paclflo has very good reason aud
very good rights to make low rates. In
faot, I claim that it Is the 'line of least
resistance' from Ban Francisco to towns
In tbo Wlllamotto vulloy. It is so, first
because Its rates are not a burden aud
a clog to trado. Thoy are made ou a
'live and let llvo' puuclple. Wo don't
make four, or llyo different rates ou
kwtbeivft lustauco rates bused upon
lt,uuo for I must confess that I
rdtanot Bee added cost to the railroad
compauy In transporting a roll of leath
er worth 60 couts a pound as against
the cost of transporting a roll of leather
worth 10 cents a pound, Aud I also
claim that ull rates should bear a rea
sonable relation to tho coat of transpor
tation. Becor.d, because It Is tho short
est Hue. Jt may not have occurred to
you that the distance from Bail Fran.
oJeo to Portland by way of the Ore
gen Paclflo is forty -llvo miles shorter
tl;ssi;j any of Its competitors, that it
to aW miles shorter from Sau Francisco
to Skm than by any other Hue, that
U to 184 miles shorter to Albauy, aud
Utat It Is 77 miles shorter to Eugene
Uiau by auy competing llue, Now the
law of 'least realstauoo cuu no more be
traded than any natural law. If no
unnatural obstacles obstruct Its way
UiMki must flow through tho channel
of least resistance,'
"I toltevo that a railroad should look
for lt profits through a light task rath
er than a large volume of traffic, aud
that by removing every obstaole to
g& aud by fosterlug MUd encourag
ing It ns wo aro endeavoring to do bore
today we are working not only for our
bent Interest but for the best Interest of
every merchant In the Wllkmotto Val
eru Pacific has always protected IU ter
ritory aud never discriminated against
one city In favor of any other.' It
seems to me that it must bo an axiom
that if one of theso opinions is true the
other is false, for you cannot build up
walla around any territory aud hedge
it in with rates, without discriminating
against somo other city, and further, I
claim that this theory and practice of
attempting to build a tariff wall around I
any particular portion of country and
saying 'the merchants within these
walls must buy their goods from a cer
tain city,' Is contrary to public policy.
In my opinion trade Is a falr.Qeld, a
free fight, and the best man wins.' I
think you are the best mau. We are
going to try to clear the field for you
not because you come from Sau frau
clsco, not because I want to see goods
from San Francisco sold in the Willam
ette valley as against goods from Port
land, but simply for the reason that 1
behevo that in furthering the interests
of the merchants of the Willamette
valley by honest competition, I am in
the broadest sense furthering the inter
est of the roallroad which I represent-
The Custom of the Country
Is to give a fair trial to articles present
ed for popular approval and then to
testify to tne merits of the best. Trieu
oy this standard, the best external rem.
edy known to both the medical frater
uity aud tne general public is the All
uocu's Porous Plasters. Ita fair trial hats
exteuded over a period of more than
thirty years. In all that time It ha
never failed in remedial and early ef
fect. There is no experiment about it.
Buyers of Allcock's Porous Plaster
take no chance. Thoy are getting
standard goods which have been Known
aud proved for a generation. Tunit
composition and ingredients have never
been equalled in uuy imitation plaster.
The people know this. They have
found a true friend in Allcock's Porus
Plaster. Other so-called porous plaster
are feeble imitations of tho genuine.
L'hoy may, now aud then, be sola to
the unwary, but experience and use
ttoon show their worthless character,
For all purposes wherein a plaster Is re
quired Allcock's Is tbo only one that is
worth buying or trying, This is not
the unsupported assertion of the man
ufacturers (tbey need no such factitious
aid to popularize their remedy), but the
voluntary and Uearty testimony of the
living meuand women who have had
a personal experience of disease and
their cure. Tuo "custom of tho coun
try" bus put Allcock's Porous Plaster at
the head of external remedies, and
there it will stay, for the simple reason
thut it is thoroughly good, safe.sure and
speedy in action. What more could be
asked? Ask your druggist for All
cock's and uccept no other.
Given a Itoyul Senilulr.
At a recent wedding tho contract
ing parties wore mnrked out by sov
ernl of their intimato friends as the
objects of n joko which was pro
longed to n most embarrassing do
grco. After tho trunks had been
packed thoy woro taken charge of by
tho frolicsome young people who
carefully lifted out tho garments,
strowing rico in tho folds of each.
Naturally anxious to avoid n public
demonstration, tho nowly married
couplo requested thai none of the
wedding party Bhould attend them to
tho station. Tho request was granted,
but instead of attending in person
tho merciless ushers sont down by
messenger a hugo basket of tho most
wonderfully fashioned paper flowers,
tied to tho handlo of which was a big
cardboard bearing tho inscription,
For tho brldo." Kato Field's Wash
Klectrlo Lnutcru For Yachts,
A variutiou of tho carriage bat
tery, which consists of flvo cells in
closed in a box under tho coachman's
seat to Bupply current to tho car
riage lamp, has been mado for yacht
lighting. Throo colls of storago bat
tery mado of slate, bo as to prevent
tho spilling of tho solution, can bo
easily stowed away and Bupply cur
rout to n lantern placed in tho bow
of tho boat. Tho lantern consists of
thrco buUsoyos, showing whito light
ahead and tho starboard and port
light respectively. Each bullsoyo is
illuminated by an 8-candlo power
lamp, and tho lamps can bo run six
hours on ono chargo of tho cells.
How Clilcnco I Spallttd.
In sorting over tho lottors for Chi
cago n man to tho genorai Chicago
ofilco hits kopt au account of tho
number of diffurent ways tho word
Chicago is spelled. Recently tho rec
ord b1iohm1 107 different ways. Somo
ripo scholar in Finland sont n letter
to his brother and Hpolled tho namo
of tho Gordon City, Zizzazo. Still
another foreigner, possibly with a
sinister motive, spoiled tho word Jag
iago. Ilipuho, Jojijo, Sclioechacho,
Uizngo and Chachicho aro also priino
A Couierratlre llookseller.
It is no part of our intention to
presumo to montiou "tho beat hun
dred books" nor to disparugo unduly
tho works of modern author. But
whou thero is so much thut is stand
ard iu our language, so much that
bus stood tho test of time and
trial, it is impossible not to sympa
thize with that booksollor. justly
proud of liis conservative tendnciea
in tho muttor of literature, who re
plied, ou being asked for a copy of a
modem theological novel, '"I sell
nothing which tituo has not mellow
ed." Chombtau' Journal.
jfiVStfiAG oaIjta,l joijenAJuiriaJDAy,
rtST IN INFERNO.
To Michael IheArehahgel eatnv Ida limta!!,
To jmMe Sl ''aol tlrwb heaven and then
Ther Visited the hearer anil saw therein
Felicity and bcanly with rid Main of slni
Each spirit thero iymmetf leal ami wise
Puns heavenly jiirotHaew to all ears and eye.
St. I'atil wan happy, ami aloud he cried,
"For this lie llred, trm crnelfled and died,
And tho result It ample for tho deed
Of him by whom from Death mankind u
The Archancel Michael with the Brent BUl'aal
Went down Into the hell and saw them all.
Hat the apostle, at ihe fearful mark
Evil had made, and with Hall the dark
III. t !. nf soul and IxrJIlr aaony.
Was allocked wltb sympathy, aa he well might
And to lib escort earnestly he cried,
"Hare they no rcplte here?" to which replied
The archangel, "No Fabbalh know they here,
But evermore these ncenes of woo and fear."
Then totbe.Ma-tcr. prayerfully Paul salds
"liord. I hare eecn tho wicked, doubly dead.
Jly heart, dear UOTU, is oarueneu djt lueir ibw.
Though their transgressions from thy laws aro
Grant thou a day of reet to these fpilorn
In memory or thy rwurrcciion morni"
A A ava In. t IS tvf... Am front In .nr.
Tbo nicked rest In hell each Sabbath day.
tu ward o. urcamcr in new i or, nun.
Oldest Houses. In the Land.
Two or three of tho oldest houses
In tho United States aro h landing in
and about the fishing village of Port
Penn on tho Delaware river in wow
castle county, Del.
Tim mam nortion of the Dilwortn
homestead, occupied Jjy a family de
scended from a British post captain
who romantically married uunng tne
Revolution the daughter of tho pa
triotic Governor Aldrich, is nearly
200 years old, and an earlier part of
tho dwelling is supposed to bo a half
Ivy Lodge, tho charming old Stew
art homestead, occupied by descend
ants of that Sir William Stewart who
forgot homo and title to become a
pioneer in tho now world, is a loz
enge shaped brick dwelling of tho
Revolutionary period. A picturesque
H-story cottage in tho rear of Ivy
Lodge is much older. There has been
a Dr. David Stewart practicing piedi
cine at Port Penn for 200 years.
Tho London Authors' Club,
According to Arthur Waugh, in
Tho Critic, tho lyondon Authors' club
was modeled after tho New York
Authors' club, but with this one dif
ference: Tho Londoners take an in
terest in literature, the New Yorkers
confine themselves to BociabUity.
"Uncut Leaves," which in New York
is a subscription undertaking, in Lon
don is a concomitant of tho Authors'
club by which productions not yet
printed are read by distinguished
people. The club has very cozy,
though email rooms in Whitehall
court, comprising a coffee room,
smoking room, newspaper room, bil
hard room and an open courtyard.
On guest nights the coffee room is
used for an audience chamber, where
tho "Uncut Leaves" aro read. "Mr.
Zangwili and Jerome K. Jerome are
ubiquitous," Mr. .Waugh adds.
The Lacemakers of Europe.
Europo is filled with lacemakers,
and every country and almost every
body, I was going to say, Is engaged
in making it. They aro all breaking
their necks to get into tho American
market They cater to us do their
utmost to meet our tastes and court
our trado. Americans buy more lace
by half than Europeans. Thero the
pooplo value laces as heirlooms,
desiring not so much tho product of
today as tho manufacture of ono or
two hundred years ago. Americans
want their laces to wear. Clothier
Way of Treating a Friend.
"I don't think you treat
"How is that!"
"You borrow money from him and
"novor repay it You take up his
time when ho is busy and uso his of
Qco as if it wero your own."
"Shol Ho's a friend of mino. You
Btirely don't think I would treat any
body that way who wasn't n friend I"
New York Press.
The Truth About the Sailor 1UU
The sailor hat is much liked by
women who can wear it but in most
casea.it is bo atrociously unbecoming
that but fow havo tho courago to at
tompt it It is safe to say that no
tnaturo woman should put on ono of
thobo hats without tho moat careful
study of its effect Now York Led
gor, I havo seen respectability and ami
ability grouped over the airtight
stove, I havo Been virtuo and intel
ligouco hovering over tho register,
but I have uover soon true huppinoss
in a family circle whero tho faces
woro not illuminated by tho blazo of
an open fireplaco. O. NY. Holmes.
To livo within one's incomo is tho
secret of prosperity. Happiness is
tho heritage of tho ono who adheres
to this rule, and a contented mind
and on over increasing bank account
will belong to tho ono who buys
only what ho can pay for.
"Thank God, I can lay my hand
upon my heart and say, that sinco 1
camo to man'B estate I havo never
intentionally done 'wrong to any one, "
woro the last words of Francis Mo
A lady who died at Marseilles de
sired byhorwill that her heart might
bo placed in the tomb of her second
husband, but her body in hor first
busbaada tomb in Amtriot,
Women with pate, coloflen fae, whofwl
weak and dlco-traiied, win receive both men'
tal and todlly vigor by using Carter's Iron
I'illj, which are made for the blood, necvM
Mmart Weed and IlellAdonna, combined
with theoiher Ins redlenu used In the be-t (
rn platters, make Carter's 8. W.A II. lljk
arbe I'Nsters the oeet in the market. 1'rlea
Dyspepsia In Its worst forms will yield to
the umo( Darter's ltttla Nerve nil. aided by
Carter's 1) ttie Mver I'llls. They not only r
110 e ptetent distress but strengthen the
slomauh and digestive Apparatus,
-'- ' m
Boforo Going to tho Wold's Fair
The Limited Exprcra trains of the Chi
cago, Milwaukee & St, Paul Railway
between St. Paul and Chicago and
Omaha and Chicago.
These trains are vestlbulod, electric
lighted and steam heated, with the fin
est Dining and Sleeping Car Service in
The Electric reading light In each
berth Is tho successful novolty of this
progressive age, and Is highly appreciat
ed by all regular patrons of thin Hue.
NVe wish others to know its meriut, aa
the Chicago Milwaukee &. St. Paul Rail
way Is the only line In the west enjoy
ing the exclusive use of this patent.
For further Information apply to
nearest coupon ticket agent, or address
C. J. Eddy, General Agent,
J. W. Casey, Trav. Pass. Agt.
226 Stark St., Portland, Or. tf
$100 Reward, $100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreadful disease that science baa
been able to cure in all its stages and
that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is
the only positive cure now known to
tne medical fraternity. Catarrh, belog
a constitutional disease, requires a con
stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, acting directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of
tne system, inereoy destroying ine
foundation of the disease, aud giving
the patient strength by building up the
constitution, and assisting nature iu
doing its work. The proprietors have
so muoh faith in its curative powers,
that tbey offer One Hundred Dollars
for any case that it fails to cure. Send
for list of testimonials,
Address, F. J. Cheney & Co., To
ledo, O. j(pS?Sold by druggists, 75c,
DOWN GO THIS RATES!
The Union Pacific now leads with re
duced rates to eastern points, and their
through car arrangements, magnific
ently equipped Pullman aud Tourist
sleepers, free reclining chair car and
fast time, make it the best time to trav
el. Two trains leave from Portland
dally at 8:45 a. m. und 7:30 p. m. The
rates are now within reach of all, and
everybody should take advantage of
them to visit tne world's lair ano tneir
friends in the east Bend for rates and
schedules of trains, and do not purchase
tickets un.ll after co suiting Boise &
Barker, agent9, Salmu. Or,
W. H. HCRLBURT,
Ass't Gen'l Rass. Agent, U. P.,
Indies who sutler
from Cutting Wlsis
and Scorching Bun
Lola Montez Creme
The Skin Food,
The best remedy for
keeping the face cool
and free frm Irrita
tion, as It sooths and
comforts theekln and
prevents frecKles or
sunbn n. It Is not a
beauUfier but a RKln
restorative and pre
servative. If a little Mooter 0 erne la rubbed
la the BKln and thoroughly wiped off again,
Just nefore applying powder, the complexion
will be soner, and the powder will reiuali
longer, desides preventing the powder from
clogging the pores of the uKln- Prlie 75 cent
For sale by Kit ED LEGO, Druggist, Fatten
ntock, Salem, Ore.
For any special or complicated blemish of
face or form, write
MRS. NETTIE HARRISON,
America's beauty Doctor,
6 Geary at., Baa Francisco, Cftl
Superfluous Hair Permanently Removed.
Freehand Salt meats or the best quality
Poultry and stock. Free delivery.
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE noTO-
Do yoaww thtra? When next la rmj try a plr4
est In the world
Ifyouwint tins MESS SHOE, inftfe latUhtott
ityltt, dos't tn $6 to S8. trv mv 13. $3 JO, $4.00 tr
$ J Shoe, Tkev fit equal to ctutorn rneMleks4J
w wen, it vou win to Konomuoin jour iwiwwi
da is by purchttlng W, L Doughs Shots. Nam ana
eric tUmped on tht Ultom, look for It whta you buy
W. X DOUOLAS. Brockton, Hass. Sold by
Ik; - . .,,m Z.BI
ONE PILL FOR A DOSE.
t "OTmnl of tat twwtls Mta d&r, U Miwiur
tor aua. TaM pilU upplr ll U ua
UM SJM UdtlHT U CoBbWliM UlttM Ul
MauUe. Ttujr ut mild,, uitr grip nor
tUkta m Mktr puu do. To miIih you ot th.lr
Bold by Bwkttt 4 VaaBlyp.
august 4, ita.
I. O. O. P.
Dedication of the Con lire U cut Odd Pel
low' Ifoiiin- Notes.
Dentitlfnl Fnlrrlevr, ultttntrd on the Orr
ton hills overlooking the Thames rlrcr, Is
the spot chosen by the Connecticut Odd
Fellows for the homo for aged and Invalid
members of the order. It wm dedicated nti
the seventy-fourth anniversary of the birth
of Odd Fellowship In this country The
ceremonies were most Impressive and were
witnessed by thousands of people. It was
tho occasion of tho grandest Odd Fellow
demonstration ever known in Connecticut,
over 4,000 men, Including the Patriarchs
Militant, parading. The mnnslon was pur
chased at a cost of 113,000, and It will be
endowed with a fund of (40,000, the mem
bers of the order having agreed to a
periodical assessment of CO cents apiece
until the whole amount is raised.
Since the Odd Fellows took possession of
the place they have had all the rooms re
furnished, and on the door of each room is
the name of the loeTge that provided tbo
furniture for it The principal rooms are
CONKECTICUT ODD FELLOWS' HOME.
heated, with coal grates. The New Haven
Odd Fellows' Library association gave an
extensive library to the home. There are
four inmates now J. H. Cloyes of New
Britain, "Walter M. Edmonds, Charles Bow
er and George Soofleld. There will bo 20
In the summer. Those who become in
mates pay (3 a week, and each member of
the oi-der-in the state is assessed 2 cents a
week to defray the expenses of the institu
tion, Mrs. Lida M, Cohen is the matron
and J. II, Cloyes janitor. Besides the Fair
view grounds, a farm of 42 acres, with a
house, belongs to the home. Orrin Gray
has charge of the farm.
The aggregate revenue, of the lodges and
encampments of the order in 1892 amount
ed to over 18,000,000.
Grand Secretary Jones of Maryland has
Just been elected to his twenty-flrst consec
The total revenue of tho order In New
York aggregates nearly $600,000.
The grand lodge of North Carolina In 18S3
had 48 lodges and 1,400 members, They
elected Bro. Wooddell grand secretary, paid
him for his time and sent him ont to work.
They now have 100 lodges and over 4,000
The Veteran Irffegue of Manhattan Island.
The followlnR prefaces the rules of roy
ernrueut ol the Veteran League of Manhat
tan Island: "Inasmuch as the United
States great council has adopted aTotemlo
badge for Veteran Red Men to be worn
after a consecutive membership of 21 great
suns and has thereby added au appreci
ative token to those already binding the
members of onr order together, therefore
be it known that in keeping with the spirit
of the above action tho Veteran Red Men
of Manhattan island and vicinity do hereby
give it a practical form by the organization
of a Veteran Red Men's league, the purpose
of which shall be to promote freedom, in
crease friendship and exercise charity aud
also prepare the way for eligible Red Men
to unite with tho same as from time to
time they may seek admission, the league
to be governed by the following and such
other rules subject to United States great
council action as may be adopted for the
strengthening of the Totemio bond among
Rockland county, N. Y., which only a
little over a year ago contained but one
tribe, now has six, with a council of the de
gree of Pocahontas under wayinNyack.
Deputy Great Sachem "W. W. Lowerre has
been the prime mover in this Increase.
Great Senior Sagamore of the United
States A. H. Paton and Charles H. Litch
man, past grand incohonee, attended the
great sun session of the great council of
Maine which was held at Bath.
New Jersey has over 1,600 Haymakers In
Past Sachem Jacob S. Painter has again
been elected to the presidency of the Red
Men's home of Pennsylvania.
New tribes are rejwrted at Logansport
and Jamestown. Indianapolis is still "go
ing her gait."
At the sixteenth annual session of the
grand council of Massachusetts the grand
regent said: "At tho last annual session the
membership in Massachusetts was 18,780,
with 142 councils. The present membership
Is 14,M6, with the same number of councils.
One new council has been instituted and
two consolidated. The net gain in member,
ship is TOO."
Estimated number of members Feb. 28,
1893, 133,664; number of subordinate coun
cils Feb. 28, 1893, 1.49T; number of grand
councils Feb. 28, 1893, 20.
The increase of membership in New Jer
sey during the past two months has carried
the figures beyond the 0,000 mark.
During the month of March there were
received in the ofilco of the supreme secre
tary at Boston 2,120 applications, the lar
gest number in the history of tho order for
any single month.
The expeuses of business for 15f yean
were about (520,000. Expenses of business
for year about $70,000.
Knight of thtt Goldan Eagle.
The order li fraternal -with insurance and
uniform rank, features. It was organized
In Michigan In 18So and now has a membeiv
hip of 1,600 in the lower peninsula and 00
lu the upper peninsula, or a tout of 8,000,
ot which 700 was secured last year.
The membership in Pennsylvania, on Dec.
81 last, aa compiled from the reports, was
40,813, an increase of 1,815 during the past
year. Since then at least 2,000 members
Lav been added by initiations and new
With the institution of Tabor castle No.
104 in Philadelphia every castle in Peanr
sylvan! from No. 1 to No. 470 Inclusive Is
la existence. The entire- chain of 4T0 !
t thU fatolbtj&Bg liJaby
It b simply pure milk of the best quality from which a Urge percentage of water
iwn n11 ir
Completed'and'ready to waltron) cueiOHierg. . Hones-boarded by, day or week
at reasonable prices. We keep -a fdlli line of Truck; Draye'BndJ Express to
meet'all demaudsr Also keep-tbetaae9t'BtalllBB-intbiflxUBtyi for Bt-rvlce.
Barn and residence 2-block aoutlrof poetofHce. RYAN & CO.
If you would-Ue clean andf havevyour clotbesdone up. in
the neatest and dressiest manner, take them to the
SALEM STEAM LAUNDRY
where all work is done by white labor and in the most prompt
manner. COLONEL J. OLMSTED,
From now until further notice we will sell our entire stock
Consisting of menand boy's clothing, hats, caps, underwear,
etc.- Are-all markeddown.
ALL NEW GOODS.
We have noiold shelf-worn stock and make-this' extraordinary
inducement to our patrons-
We must reduce 'our stock-of goods andjsuch.bargains were
never before offered.' Come in aijdi examine tour large and
selected stock. We. will please you in, quality of goods and
SHOW COMMENCES TODAY. ADMISSION FKEE.
GEO. W. JOBKSON, 6 SON, Jk CMhiere.
NO. 257 COMMERCIAL STREET..
Wood taken in exchange for clothinr.
Cheapest Daily onlbeXoasl
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
1 Cent a. Day by mail 1
To any address in the U.S.
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Tlicy nrc calling for it and our
shipments arc increasing daily to
other lands. The
Gill BORDEN EAGLE BRAND
Condensed Milk is the first conden
sed milk ever offered to the public.
It is the leading brand. It has stood
the test for 30 years. It has inv
itations but no equal. Try to
Grocers And Druggists sell IU
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