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of Cm Ba Warner,
of Bristol, Vt..leftlM markonhlm in what
physicians called a "hopolpss easo" of heart
Ulseaso. Ho tolls how his llfo was apurcd.
"In '96 two physicians pronounced my
case hopeless, and said I had heart dis
ease in its worst formi Ifi.-if it w.11 .
less to doctor, nothing would cure me.
In March, '97, 1 took Dr. Miles' Heart
Cure and have not had a symptom of
the disease since. It saved my life."
Usold by all drueclals ou Ruarantoo
Hist bottle tiemtllta or tiiouoy buck.
Hook on heart anil nerves sunt free,
Dr. Miles Medical Company, Elkhart, Ind.
O. C. T. Go's
Daily etrcpt Similar at 8 a. in.
QUICK TIME AND CllKAl' HATES.
DockllwtwMin Hlato umliCmirt Bin.
M. 1'. HALUW1N, Agent.
S, C, STONE, M, D,
Stone's Drue: Stores
The stores (two In number) uro located a
No. & unci .133 Coininurvlal street, mill are
u-ll Mockoil wild u complete line of drills and
uivdlelnes, tidlvl articles, perfumery, hruslics
etc., etc., etc.
Haslmd some 25 year experience In the prac
tice of medicine mid now makes no churgo for
cnusiilfallou, examination or prescription.
iPERSONALAND LOCAL i
c For additional Local Nowsseo Fourth rase.2
Dr. .1. II. Nelson county clerk of Yam
hill entity visited Salem today.
Clarence M. Bishop lias returned
from his collego year at Eugene.
Win. Mathews, editor and proprietor
of the Newport Nuwh, left for homo to
day. SHIPPING NEWS.
Doings at the Various Docks of the Dif
ferent Steamboat Lines.
Tho weather bullotiii thin morning is
very encouraging to farmers who have
hay to cut. It Hays: Tonight fair.
Wednesday fair and wanner. TIiIh
brings a "ray of liopu for (lioso interested
In hops as well. Everybody will bo
pleased with one week of warm, sun
The rain was of iiiclanuhiblo benefit to
nil. It laid the dust and will give us a
few days of lino wheeling and benefit all
vegetation and add thousands of dollars
to tho filling wheat ornp of tho valley.
The lwating stage is good and the
river has risen one foot during the last
24 hours and now stands at ft.l feet
alxive tho low water mark and is rising
at tho rate of ,8 of a foot for 24 hours.
Via the 0. It. & N Gideon Stolz, yes
terday shipped 'a carload of lino cider
vinegar i. to the Northwostorn Storago
and Tranportation Co., of Spokane,
The Elmore last (evening unloaded
about a million glass fruit jars.
At least 100 tons of freight are now in
store at tho dock at tho foot of Trade
street mostly miccollancoiis freight.
A carload of sulphur in at the O, II.
A N, dock, in Hacks for one of Salem's
At the 0. C. T. Company's dock there
is a carload of cedar shingles and a largo
consignment of junk .for the Portland
All steamers running on schedule
timo and passonger tralllc is good as tho
stage of wator will likely remain good
nearly all summer.
About a car load of state itfiper. such
as reports ami other matter wo shipiiod
by one of Salem's junk .men today.
The printed mattor probably repruonU
Jive or ten thousand dollars.
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests the food and aid
Nature in strengthening' and recon
structing tho exhausted digestive or
gans. It is the latest discovered digest
ant and tonic No other preparation
can approach it In e31ctency. It in
stantly relITe.s and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea.
all other results of imperfect digestion.
f rsporsd by C C DsWltt A Co, CfrjUaaa.
v.jjs.c- i t i.ift viiy
A VIGOROUS PROTEST
Anti-Expansion Address at Leland
Reasons Why German-Americans Protest
Cant and Humbuc About the God
Ordained Mission of the Anglo-
BaXon Race Not to Serve
as England's Puppet.
Professor Julius Goebel delivered be
lore the student body of Stanford Uni
versity, California, recently his long
promised lecture, "German-American
Protest Against American Imperialism."
His sjieech was not only a German-
American denunciation of the imperial
istic iwllcy, but also of the English
tirade against Germany, and Great
Ilritian'8 offorte to draw Americans into
that fame antagonism. Dr. Goulel said
in a summary of his lecture:
Tho German-American nrotpst is;
First, against tho idea of this being
called an Anglo-Saxon country, because
they feel that they, like other nations,
havo contributed to the building up of
Secondly, that the adoption of Im
perialism would involve the adoption of
English methods of colonization, which
are brutal and inhuman, and have no
other aim but tho ruling and plunder
ing of the colonies.
Thirdly, that It would involve Amer
ica In a conflict with Germany, whom
England has been ant'igonizlng ou ac
count of industrial jealousies, for Eng
land Is afraid that Germany will ulti
mately win in the industrial struggle for
the markets of tjie world,
Fourthly, because moit of us German-Americans
have lived under an
Imporial rule and know whereof we
The question whether the German
American has a right to be heard in the
councils of our country was answered
by a historical review of the essmtial
part which Geriniin-Aniorlcans have
played in the upbuilding of tho Itepnb
lie and in the development of t American
civilization. Thus it is little known that
from the ranks of tho early German set
tlors came in 1087 tho first protest
against slave holding over made in
America. German-Americans partici
pated in large numbers in the wars of
tho revolution and of tho robollion.
Their greatest influence upon American
civilization they havo exerted through
their peaceful efforts in the fields of in
dustry, social life,, music, art and edu
Who, in the face of these facts, dare
call our civilization an Anglo-Saxon civ
ilization? At tho beginning of our century tho
leadership in the highest spheres of
thought and activity went to Germany.
Thousands of enlightoned Americans
looking for knowledge and inspiration
have gone to tho German universities
and not to the fossilized institutions of
Oxford and Cambridge. The only con
tribution to our civilization which
England in recent years claims to have
found, and which she is so eager to have
U9 accept is imperialism.
A history of tho growth of the idea
of imperialism was given by the pro
fessor. It was shown how a religious
and mystic elonient was gradually
added to the llritish desire for col
onial expansion. lie centinued:
For n sober and truly religious mind
there is nothing more disgusting than
the blasphemous attempt to mako re
ligion thus tho cloak for covering llrit
ish selfishness the true aim of which al
ways was to rule and plunder her colo
nics. Hut the uneducated mns.-eg, the
religious fanatics and the weakmiitded
jingoes of our country bolioved this hyi
ocritical rant about the God-ordaiued
mission of the Anglo-Saxon race.
There is but one power which England
fears in her colonial and industrial ex
Owing to her industrial jealousy, Eng
and has reputedly been doing hor Iwst
to stir up a war lietwoen Franco nnd
It is for this sumo reason that Eng
land has loon trying systematically to
make trouble between Gormany and the
United Statos, and she came near suc
ceeding in this. We, have lxdlevod all
the infamous Ilea which the agents of
England last summer ount from Manila
harlwr. Wo have allowed ourselves to
be uhhI in Samoa as tho the violators of
rights and treaties, and we are on the
road to being considered by the clviliod
world the rowdy among the nations.
Eager to show tho world fraternization
of tho Anglo-Saxon race, an American
officer (I am deeply ashamed to say of
German descent) has joined thn llritish
in tho brutal slaughter of a savage hk
pie, although tho commercial interMts
in Samoa of England and America com
bined are not half as large as those of
IMng the offspring of a higher and
more humane civilization than the Eng
lish, we protect against the brutal and
inhuman warfare carried on in the
PiiiUmtiiio and Samoa. We do not be
hove in the Mohaiuineden idea of spread-
ing religion and civilization with the'S
Itible in one hand ami the rifle in the
V art! not arrogant fumeih ta ivin-' A
shier ourselves instruments in the hands
of divine Provideuee. I have no titte for ;
tltOM statesmen who run about the
country feeling tlte pMteo of the iwopio
at denote ami from the rear of train,
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and talking alxmt divine destiny and
Providence. I am sure if I war Prov
idence I uoukt not revetd liiymdf
through such fellow.
Sweet, refreshing sleep is given hy
Hood's Saraapurllla, which feeds the
net ves, tones the stomach awl cured
uil dyspeptic, yuipuiius. j
'Cheap Rates J
to tho East, Christian Endeavor exrnr. '
sion. Effective June 111. St TltoinaJi
I Watt A Vo. o 23 5-t
The importance of
taking a good Spring
Medicine is well known
in fact, ita necessity
is universally adroit-
ted. To areue this
poiint is useless takes
up your time and wastes our
space. The -eal question is, what
Jo tako7 Ofcourse, you want tho
best. Forvour blood vnn ! .
m - jvt. ,... m
For your ap
want a medi-
cino contxa'nlng appctito-
ities. For that tired
crablo, all run
Now we can prove.
we have ,nro vml . irn
DO prove each
the year, that
and ovorv dnv In . ' ,
IS the best;
that it Is un
equalled as a
tat it meets
rement ibovo named
and more. We pr ovo this by thou
sands of testlnionials
l'Ot from peo pie anxious
but from people
I QV"! of life as you. And
lP our testimonials tell of
curat, real, bona fido CURES.
We believe when you havo given it a
fair trial you will agree that America's
Greatest Medicine and best Spring
Medicine is Hood's Saraaparllla. Pre
pared by 0. 1. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
It. K. Maeloay, of Portland, and II.
A. Htigoinoyor, of N. Y., arrived In Sa
lem lust ovunlng. Thoy are out for a
season of sport and will Itunt and IIhIi.
The Modern Beauty
Thrives on good food and sunshine,
with plenty of exercise in the open air.
Her form glows with health and her faee
blooniH with itn beauty. If her nyHtem
needs the cleansing action of a laxative
remedy, she lines the gentle and pleas
ant Syrup of FigH, made by the Calif
ornia Fig Syrup Co. only.
O jOl. 13 "X? O 2K. X u!. .
Jar the xi "il'8 Kind You llao Always BoajM
The Fact Remains,
Write what yon will, talk what you
will, the fact still remains. Its the old
story but nevertheless true. Tho North;
em Pacific K. It. is still tho tH'oples' xp-
ular roail. llio cheapest, the quickest,
tho liest. Tho Yellowstone Park lino
runs two trains daily.
cod 7-1 Thomas, Watt & Co., Agt.
hat If Kodol Dyspepsia Cure? It
is the newly discovered remedy, the
most cirectlvo preparation for aiding
the and assimilation of food, nnd re
storing organs to a natural condition.
Parties wanting good past uro can get
same at tho State J'air Grounds by ap
plying C. I). Gabrielson, secretary. U-lM.
David Smith, of Fossil, Gilliam county,
is in tho city the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Deafness Cannot De Cured
local nnnlicatlons. as thev cannot
reach tho diseased ortion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi
tion of the mucous Ifulnit of the Eustach
ian Tube. When this tulns gets in
flamed you have a rumbling sound or
imperfect hearing, and when it is en
tirely closed deafness is the result, and
unless the inflamatlon can bo taken out
uuil this tube restored to its normal con
dition, hearing will bo destroyed forever ;
nine oases out of ten ure caused by
catarrh, which Is nothing but an in
flamed condition oi the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars f r
any cafe ot iJcasiiutw (cuuei uyuatarrii;
that cannot be cured hy Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. J. Ciibnkv A Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold by druggists, 76V.
Hall's Family Pills are the host.
Miss Iina Hior returned from The
Dalles and Portland last evening uhero
she has lieeu visiting friends.
The Homeliest Man in Salem
As well us the handsomest, und others
ure invited to will on any druggist
and get free a trial bottle of Kemp's
Balsam for the Throat and Lungs, u
remedy that is guaranteed to cure and
bolleve all Chronic and Acute Coughs,
Asthma. Bronchitis und Consump
tion. Price 26e. and Wc. eod&w
Mr. W. K. Norber, of this -ity droe
over to Monmouth this morning on
just io long at there It a particle
of vitality left in the hair roott.
Toe (act tbat tbe head it tmooth
and tinning- U no potitlre proof
that the root beneath are dead.
Deep down beneath the tkin, hair
root may yet exltt. filled with
latent vitality, and all that U re
quired to develop them Into a
beautiful head ol hair U the (aith
f ul application of tbe proper axestt.
preparations famish tbe eatiett,
.. mnA nulvti ifiv to auer
5j tata ft there i or U not latent life
X kaath a head bare of hair Why
2 nottrytbtm) oL
SOLD MY DBUGOISTS S
m I 9 I
i a vv
Natlye Sons Act.
Dan Waldo's Cabin Nativo Sons of
Oregon havo appointed a committee on
reception for the occasion oi the return
oi tne uregon volunteers. The commit-
too consists of George H. Burnett, S. L.
Hayden, II. A. Johnson and D. C.
Minlo. The last two named were up
lK)inted a special committee to go to
Portland and receive tho boys.
A. T. Moflltt, who has been at Mc-
Minnvlllo raising a grain warehouse for
tho Atlas Milling Co. and one for W. 0,
Hendricks returned last evening. Mr.
Moflltt says business is lively, and tho
mills nro running night and day and
doing business to their full capacity
shipping several carloads of flour
N. Cawood, of Howell Praire, was in
tho city today and rejKirts much hoavior
raltts in that section than about Salem.
Mrs. Frank Howe, of Jefferson, is
visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. A. V. McCartyat
lOo High streot.
Tho Cadiulian Pacific Hy. Is now mak
ing tho fastest time across the continent.
Their service Is of the most splendid
description. All clashes of passengers
are carried on the "Imperial" train.
You may travel anywhere by the
Canadian Pacific lty. and Soo line!
Mr. C. M. Uckwood is agent for Sa
Emil L, Winkler is organizating
classes for the study of harmony and
piano-pedagogy. All interested In
music generally should study harmony
and all Interested in pitiuo-teaching es
pecially should study pedagogy. Call
at the studio over Patton's store.
A Refreshing Style.
Tho art of (imitation requires deli
cacy In practice. An already fanious
II rui bus originated und developed into
ycry promising advertising u mass of
old, quaint proverbs. Wo refer to
Messrs. C. I. Hood & Co,, of Sursupa
rltlu fume, who urc using not only our
column, but those of thousands of our
contemporaries, In adapting wise saws
to their service by clcynr und practi
cal turns, It Is refreshing to sec
su.uctlilng new and bright In tlilb
line. Clean cut argument Is belter
Limn big display type. 7
Bears tho ,1 The Kind You Haw Alnays BoJh
Shake Into Your Shoes,
Allen's Fool-Ease, u powder. It cures
painful, smarting, nervous feet and
Ingrowing nails, und Instantly takes
the sting out of corns and bunions.
It's the greatest comfort discovery of
the age. Allen's Foot-Ease makes
tight or new shoes feel easy. It Is u
certain cure for sweating, callous and
hot, tired, aching reel. Try it today,
Sold by all druggists und shoe stores.
By mull for 25c in stamps. Trial pack
age FREE. Address, Allen S. Olm
sted, Leltoy, N. Y. 4
To euro piles, DeWltt's Witch Ilazc-
SalVO 8T1UKK8 AT TIIK UOOT It rC-
movcHtlic (music, quickly and per
umncntly. Stone Drug Stores.
SI. STEWAKT, tho South Salem coop
er.is prepared with tho liest quality of
stock to make cooiwragu of all kinds,
from a well bucket to a 10,000 gallon
tank. Prices to suit the times. Shop
in South Salem. (1 10 lm
What you want Is u cure. DeWltt's
Witch Hazel Salve cures piles, nnd
they stay cured. Soothes und uuluKly
heals sores, sculds, burns, und skin (Il
euses, Stone Drug Stores.
Bbcm th jp ll Kind Yw Kara Alas Bo
W. M. Gallagher, of Bryan, Pn.,
says: "For forty years I havo tried
various cough medicines.. One Min
ute Cough Cure Is best of nil." It ro
lleves Instantly und curCs all throat
und lung troubles Stoue Drug
If You Want an Up-to-Date Man
to take charge ef an intelligence ofllce,
or an ordinary man to do ordinary work,
or a lioardor. or a nlace to hoarM. or a
chance to learn a trade, or almost any
thing that unylxxly wants, you'll find
him or it by telling your want to the
people of Salem through the JoriivAi.
There Is a time for all things. The
time to take DeWltt's. Little Early
libers is when you ure sulTorlng from
constipation, or other trouhlos, They
never gripe. Stone Drug Storos.
Having sold four dozen pianos in last
three months. I am entirely overstocked
with piano Ixtxos and hi order to clean
them out will sell this lot at f 1.60 eauh
a good time for feed taxes at Geo. C.
Will, the MumIc and Sewing machine
Comfort on a Hot Day.
Voit can enjoy when your bathroom
in fitted up with a ko""I Klioworand
a liandaoine poreeluln tub. We will
tit you up with u iKtthrooiu A'ith
ojhui tanltary pluinhinu with tilw
for floor, wall h and eolllnu. " "'
hlwwer and a tuh that lixiktMuvitoiK
Uiul hixuriitua, at a ruaMMitttdti nmt.
314 COMMERCIAL bTRBZT.
Telepttonc No. 2371
Full blood Jersey, utrrkm for wtx.
only 1 1, lot eauh. GorHW of Tliirttmnht
ami Center atrtwlc.
66 tf Jiuowx A ot,
tor Infants nnd Children.
Tho Kind You lluvo Always Bought has borno tho fiifjnn
tuvo nl'Chns. II Fletcher, ami lias boon inado under his
Iiorsonnl supervision for over 30 ycjirn. Allow no ono
to (luculvo you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations nnil
Must-ns-jrood" urc but Experiments, ami endanger tho
health ol Children ICxnerlenco against Experiment,
The Kind You Have Always Bought
- W Wm
THEY ALL WANTED IT!!
You we tltey thought the bicycle lu the
whitlow, was the only one we hail. There
were plenty more Innlde however, ami wi
old 'cm oue each. We cau fit vuu out alio
In Use For
tMt CfNTOUW CnWWNT
For Over 30
Water Prolongs Your Life.
If your limine ih not Hiipplied with a Hath it ought to he.
1 will make the galvanized iron Tank, put in thoTuh, the
heflt or riunihlnjr.iiiid do all kliulx of tin work, fall ami
axk for oHtiiniilcri.
T. S. BURROUGHS
10.1 STATK STItKKT
urala rower, Ilradachr.
one, (iervousart. 1,11 uralut, lixe vl pjwer In Ucncrai. Orranr of
either aea. cnutcd by ocrertlon, yonthful errora, exrei- j ot
Icunlly, CanbecarricdiiiTctttxickct. Ji.onnrrU.V t t. V..
il. Fltllltr Iff-..
Maiinfactiircil r tM
t...... .. ,ii' ,...',,. .""I -.".".- :! .!". .'i?"- I.MFMI1W
-viH.. ui.iiiu-iiiuj.iiu, tiiiiuan 1 vainniiu' '"-ik
FOR SALIi HY D. ,T.
THE OLD POSTOFFICE STABLES.
Special rates given to Commercial men.
novo, iimila u all poltiu at all hoiim. nivalis al and l nUnl, f),ine 1.
"At' the (Sign of the White .Horse'
Kor thirty yearn I hayo nupplled tho trodo' with "All Home Made"
Imruaw of the Hont California Leather. Uverythl . "imt , wm
n,:,.,.Vf7i i.:r..,' '....,.." ".' '..J
........., (jubwuuii i-iiriiitiiii Him -uriimo. Nituurnoturcr und
ofliarnosu, Haddlcw, Kotxw, WIHp-j and liorw) ULtliink.
E. S. Lamport, 289 Commercial street.
Harritt & Lawrence
In the place to get
tWHmmml Hhhi it wiuutlilii; dMllaiotn Jimt tho IIiIiik.
HARHITT & . LAillRBNCB
Or.O I0TOPIOB aitOOHHV,
Mat Cerlilliflt. Kximmtw f voar from U'JU to 100; for loard, f!f.W) to M imr
wwk. Tuition 5 ir term o tn u oek. Fall tttnii ImIhh Kstiit. 10. Hummer
JVrm. Jui.p tf ht'pt. I For eatalogue, wIdroi, . . ( MrHKLL. I'nw
or. W AWavn Vei. Ii-tuult. 0 10ml
TT MUNNAV TtT. N(W VCHH CITV.
The Summer Man
will look as neat and elegant in his
attire as tho Summer girl if he at
tiro s himself In white duck or crush
Mills, whlto or fancy piquo vests,
and in spotless white linen, shltt
collars and cuffs, kept looking just
like new by having them done up
at the Salem Steam laundry. No
Summer girl ever laid her head
upon a more immaculato shirt front
than wo are laundering every daw
Test our laundry work and prove ft.
Salem Steam Laundry.
COI J. OI.MHTHAU, IMtOIMl.
Phono 41, 2il0 Liberty Street.
Best and largc3t line of
Bicycles in the Gity,
Car load shipments
Direct from Factory
R, M, WADE d CO.
Ilr iiolun r. I'rmi'M
Yxlluw Sri a Vl'.U.
This Xiiilnlul rcuird
ncrraua eitttut, eueh a Wcai
. Vjnorv. Ijiti i.r
ykrlulue, Jjt MaMicxx.. Nkbliy Miuli
..-. . . T . ."."-.'.
.t. l. ... .1... J.. l.-.. ... 'J "'.
r all jlrugjtf .1 , Ak for ll , if ko no other.
FRY, SALISAt, OIIEMON.H
02 I'HIIUY BT BA1.KM, OK.
J. J. FIDLER, proprietor,
llortMM Hoarded hy tho
Day, Week or Month.
Stand I iiu Tiuiiiih, Ifjo,
b'hule ilerM: 10c
"" rci uwurc, my sioUK
State Normal School
AONAOU TH, OR.
Training Wdiool for TwuiIihm.
UiiKrwlw! Country Hehool Work.
Graduates Secure Good PosJfions.
Htrwitf CouriM. Well K(iiilpioil
rrulnhitf I)iartiiint. Korinal
(-on me miUikiut und u.t unv tr.
C. jH. Q1AOK
Sucoesser to Dr. J. M. Keene, old Whltt
Comer, SaUra, Or. Parties deilring tuperioi
operations at moderate feet in any branch on
In especial request.
ALBERT A. JESSUP.
nOOMS 1 AND a, OKAY ULIC,
Salem Soda Works
R. H. Westacott, Prop.
All khut!of toft drtiike and bar ftyrup a
epeclalty, 1'lret vUea delivery,
6i runny street,
3 lltf Phono 2683
PIANO TUNERS AND IIBPA1REIIS
Kort)lctrt Ati.t vicinity leave or Ion at Geo
a i' Mutlc Htorc
0FF1CK, CITY HALL
2!l'"or water tetvlee -ipply at ollice. Hil'i
payable monthly In ail vine e, Make
complaints at the ofU-.i.
Express and Transfet
j (Meets all mall and passenger tralus. Ilsg.
eac and express to all parts of the clt)
Prompt service. Telephone No. 70.
WHITE & DISQUE.
O. H. LANE
07 STATK BTltKET.
tarSuitss 91S and upwards,
PanU S3 and upward
Illeyeles repaired nnd suudrlca
piled. New shop ready to repair
uuuu you 11 wueiM
Hatlsfaotlnn guaranteed, Your pat
HDQAll & ROURUTS.
.'I IH tf 105 State street.
No, 71 Chemckcta et,
;i. H. T. TUTHlLL;Assayer,
JSf.te street, near railroads Freshest an J
best meats. My patrons say I keen the bcsl
tresis In town 3 a
J, F, GILMORE,
H huu siul 119 onrtst.
IIKKAI) IH TIIK HTAfr-'oi' I.IIK
TIIK IIKHT IH MAIIK I'llOM
F Iletter than any provlounly
9 Ouarunteixl oh ropreiieuted.
A Money refunded if not natlwfuctory. A
2 Ohtaln the lwt from your liome mill, f
Your (iroctir will Btipply you.
t m llu ii fur uuminrul
i,iiiii'ui ur ultrlluu
l UUiUlll iuiuhru,
u ii, rlnlM, kiil ii"l -il'iu-
muiu ir irUK.lt,
'or mui In iUm Nrrpr,
il hi. i.r i l-.il tin, tl'll,
1'icmUr m ! vii muw
Salem Preparatory School,
Summer term ojhiiis July 6, 1RU0.
Tuition xr mouth :
Normal and HIuIiihiIkm)!. , . ,fi 00
Common and Higher tirades . ,'l 06
Relow 7th Grade 2 60
A. J. Haiilanii, M. A.
0 7 lm Prinulpal.
Steam Dye Works
No. 105 Commercial street,
opnoKite Wniuiiiello hotel.
olnthliig ulemied, dyed, re-
puireu atid prcMud,
blaukuUuieitued or dyed
wl nlwly tlnlshed. Kid
iloves cleaned, lOot dyed
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usisa enciiiiti.o .skW
AsoclaleTeacher Western Cowerta
tory, Kansas City, Mo., representing
the Inter-state Sytteas. at Salem. Or.
Oyer First National SaV. ItMldence i
376 Church street. Studio hows-a to
Pahita, Oils Window Qla Vr
niah, and tbe moat ooraplete stock
of Druahea or all klnda in th tutti
ArtUts materiala, lime; bafr; ce-
mouc nna Bniiigio; and tho Ones A
quauiy oi groas aeea.
New today naverusmuu touUaM
or lean in thla coluaa lntt4 ter
times for 23 eta, DO ot a wttk, ttl
per month. All over low kmm t
JOHN M PAYNK & CO-Ono door
west of J.J. Dalrymplo'a Btore, does
real oatato and llroinaunmeo bunlneM.
ijim your Iroiorty. io sale no cluirao.
iiviui.v jiuuiii;, oaie
1'OR SALK. Good baby wagon and
dictionary holder almost new.
hchuiitra Pecond-liand Btore, 107
MI3I)IUM.-TIiIbMw.0. Cornetlua. of
of San l-ranclsco, will hold aBtHrit
uuliHt test meetiiiK at 8 p. m. In tho
Kldrldge IHock. lubll invited.
UtiHinuHH HittliiKB daily for a few dayH
TWO GIRLS WANTGD-For gcneraU
house work. Call at Cottage hotel.
0 20 3t
LOST Lndy'i uold watch, near the
North SprhiR Vnlloy 8choolhouo. Ilo
turu for reward at this offlco or Lin
coln P. O. J. W. Chlldem 0 20 3t.
OIHLS WANTED-To learn a Reed
trado. I'lacos for two now opou. Call
for particulars at Tub Journal ofllce.
, Hiian 01 you 11 1 uorsca lor
Kuqiilro at the "Club
FOR BALK A young fresh milch cow.
Half Jemoy. 3-year.old. Oentlo and
kind. KiHitlro of 0. P. Bcardaly,
Kola. 0 203t
I10RSI-: FOIt SALE. Klght yean old,
woluht. 1050, grey, good dlupptltlon.
Call ou or address Aim. Mary Cleve
land, LIlMirty, Or. 0 20,3t
VANTKl-To buy forty
hay. Wlllumotto Hotel.
tons of oat
WOOD WANTKD.-Flfty corda of llr
and linnl wood wanted. Inquire at
Jouhnal ollice. (I 2.1 tf
HOUSE FOR RKNT.-Good six room
building. CalloiiThos. Holman, 370
High street. 0 2U
HORSE SHOEING.Havlng scoured
tho serviees of u first class horse
Hhoer, I iiai preparetl to servo my old
patrons and others. I have on hand
a nuinlier of flue buggies both east
ern und home inado, also buck
bourdn ami no vend styles spring
wagons, which aro offered cheap for
cash. V. Fennel, Hulom Wagon
FOR SALE. At a (sacrifice, afl room
house, new barn, good well, aiolifOOO
Fine faruiH, fruit and hop lauds. A.
F. MeAteo, 103 State street. 0 Otf
ROOMS, Furnished or unfurnished,
Single or in unites, dining room ad
joining, homelike, Second floor Cottle
IHock. Mattio Ilutchlns, Prop. Room
FOR EXOHANGK.-Do you want a
good paying business? (0,000 stock
general denartment store- Goods
timt-clusff. Want clear real estate and
one-third cash. Addrcsn Whuulor'd
Department Store, Hastings, Neb.
0 0 1ni
FOR 8ALE-oo.ldry wood, delivered
to any part of the city. Price reason
able. Iamiyo ordors with Hurritt it
I (liui,.i,.ii tu Liia..ii.if L.i.L.1 atil.l llfjafa
U1UYULB "PATi7-lf your bicycle
needs repairs bring it in, wo hsve
the skill und etoclc to keep It In first
olasH condition. We carry a full
Hue or sundries and make special
lty of onainelloK comoand see- ui.
wo satisfy our patrons. Gardner fc
White, 283 Liberty street. Hohusn'a
block, next door to 'steam laundry.
Phono 2855. 1-SOt
IIOU8K CLEANERS- lUununbet
that tho bout and cheapest carpet
paper iHtho heavy full paper oui
at Tuts Jouknal ortice.
Uids )n ited.
Heiled bid for furnlshluj wood for
tho Oregon School for the 1)1 Ind .will
bo received at tho ofllce ot the super
intendent until 0 o'clock n. m. July 1,
100 cords of large or body fir In 50
100 cords or best second growth Ir In
50 cord lota. All of eatd wood.fa.bd
sound and of best quality, cut from
green standing timber, ' '
20 cords of best yrub or pole oak, of
The right Is rcwryed to reject $y
ur all bids, or apy portion, of a W-d,
Envelopes containing bkku'siMHtVd
bo marked, "Hid for wood for t)H) O
3 Jj Oartkr
Superlntondeni Ore, School for Wiii,
2. - . Wl-lU
Call or Yjrnw.
Notice is hereby given that there bm
funds ou hand applicable to the ly
mout of warrants of the City of Skm
drawn on the general fund and oiulomd
on or Ndore (aah 1, 1097 lits
said warrants will please presJt fw
for payment ut IalUi A Buva
hank an interest will cew from date of
this notice, John .Voir,
Mw, Or., 4une 91, ItVMH.