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Mm H. DoLong,
of Bchuylerrllle. N. Y., who -erred In
Com puny E, Oth Vermont Volunteers, had
other tota to buttle with after his return
from tlio lato war. lie recently wrete:
"I nave used Dr. Milts' Restorative
Nervine for nervousness brought on by
the use of tobacco and too close applica
tion to business. It gave me prompt
relief without leaving any unpleasant
effects. Tfie result was beneficial and
lasting. I heartily endorse it."
is sold by all drupcists on Guarantee,
first buttle benefits or money back.
Hook on heart and nerves sent free.
Dr. Miles Medical Company, Elkhart, In
S, C, STONE, M, D.
Stone's Drue: Stores
Tne vtoret (two In number) are located a
No. i3& and .13.1 Commercial street, and arc
wall Mocked with a complete Hue of drugs and
medicine, toilet article, perfumery, brushes
etc., etc., etc.
Has hud some '2S years experience lu the prac
tice of medicine and now makes no chkrge for
constipation, examination orpreitcrlptlon.
O. C. T. Go's
I.KAVKS FOIl I'OltTLAND
Dally except Bundny at S a. m
QUICK 'flMK AND t'lIKAl' HATKB.
Duck Imtwoon Ulntfl and Court Hta.
M. 1. IIALDW1N, Agent.
I PERS0NALAND LOCAL
For additional Local News ace Fourth I'ase.
Mrn. J. II. McCormick and children
iiml Mr. tint! Mrs. Jay McCormick have
returned from near Gates, where they
liavo spent several weeks.
John Duncan has returned front Wll
Kuuuno Hroyninn laft for Klamath
Hot Sprint; 'llHt evening's train.
1 X. Derby, ox-deputy Hheriff of Ma
rion county, left this morning for Noise,
Miss Ida Childers, of Sllverton. has
returned after a visit with Salem fr!"nds.
Mrs. J. 1 Robertson and Mrs. II.
Itobertson havo gone to Portland for a
Mrs. V. A. Monro lias gone to visit
her sister, Mrs. (Jhipman at Portland.
V. II. Hobson, the Salem clothing
merchant, returnel from Portland last
Whether vou aro
a soldier or havo
other occupation, it is necessary that
vou bo ready wlien caueu, mis is now
you will Hud the White House Kostuu
rant. Asylum Report.
The stato olllcials comprising tho asy
lum Iward held a meeting late .Monday
afternoon and decided to elect a now
suporintenditnt to take tho place of I).
A. Paine at the llrst mite-ting In Soptom
ler. Uids were received and nwucd for
supplying tlsh for the tecond half of tho
the year 18U9 as follews:
Stolner's Market Chinook salmon,
(ljac; steollieails, 7; silversides, 5.j;
bluobaoku, 5. Halibut to bo .furnished
when aalmoii not in murkut 0 cents.
C. T. Doty Chinook salmon, 8so;
nteelhends, 8; silversides, 0J(- halibut,
The contract was awarded to Steiner's
Market, of this city, it being the lowest
Tho roport of Supt. I'aino shows tho
following statistics of patients received,
died, discharged, escaped and those tin-
.t.,r mini ami t rim 1 1111)11 1 :
No. patients June 30.786 371
No. re'd in July 22 11
Nn. escapes rot'd 1
No. under care 808
Ihseh'd, died, eloped 21
No.remainlng JulyJH78J 370 1154
juujuvirii'-! " '
HV rf. Utosee to It that ber
lllllll children beslneaxlr In
Bill II I'- o tfcaopx -'
' U beads resnhuljr oocc a
11 -" - 'n
"" stance, aiur the hair
U thoroughly dry. soma mild, heal Ui-gt Ting
tonic should be applied to tbe scsdp to aid
nature In creating tbe best jnatlble growth
of uniformly colored. Iutrouj,btaltbY hair
the most Important feature In the make-up
of beauUful women and hand tome men.
For more than flfieea yean, tho
7 Sutherland Sisters'
Scalp Cleaner 9t
ha stood at the apex of all shamr-io washes,
while the " lUia Oeovxr " has beta equal
ly tuccatful In lu efforts to mora the
Injured scalp and almort Utcles balr to
sold by caccowTi.
CROPS AND WEATHER
Favorable Outlook for an Immense Hop
Ctop Continues Official
Tho weather hat lias been slightly
cooler, with lees sunshine than during
the prccecdini; week. No rain fell
ing tho week. High fog prevailed
sunrise to auout iu a. m., wnen it was
dissipated. Tho weather conditions
have been normal. The temperature
during tho heat of day rose to JM degrees
and fell to about 50 degrees about buii
Harvest of fall-sown grain is in opera
tion in every portion of tho stato, and
the reports indicate that it is generally a
llrst-class crop; where threshing lias
been done the yield has been as good as
is usually obtained. The crop would
have lieen very large if it had not been
for tho damage dono in February, which
necessitated considerable re-seeding.
Tho wheat berry is plump and large
west of the cascades ; east of them the
lerry is fairly good, but some shrivelling
is reiortcd from various sections. Oats
are turning out fully as well as tho
wheat. Some reports arc received con
cerning rust, but such aro confined to
limited localities and produced by local
conditions. The fall-sown wheat is
turning out as tunny bushels per acre as
are usually obtained, and these vary
from 23 to GO, dependent Uou locality
and systam of farming, Spring-sown
grain is not up to tho average. The con
tinuous dry weather from tho fore part
of June to date has been injurious.
West of the Cascades the spring grain is
iu better condition than it is east of
them ; iu tho former section it is head
ing, but the heads are small and not
well filled; in the latter the straw is
short, it did not stool well, the heads are
small, not well 111 led and the berry is
shrivelled; the outlook for tho spring
grain is not good. linin ntthls season of
tho year is unusual and it iu now too
late for much good to be done, Tho re
lortB stato that spring wheat is now ex
pected to yield from 12 to 20 bushels and
spring oats from 18 to 35 bushels per
acre. Grain harvest will continue un
til September 15.
The hay crop was secured in every
section of the state without rain falling
upon it; tills is not often tho case. Tho
hay crop was heavier and of better qual
ity than usual. Tho second and third
crops of alfalfa and second crop of clover
are yet to bo cut.
Tho hop crop Is iu llrst-class condi
tion. The hops are now iu full bloom.
Tho chaneo lu the weather to more
clouds is favorable to tho rapid increase
of tho hop louse. Many hojigrowors aro
spraying, and such yards aro iu good
condition. Many growers estimate their
crop at from 10C3 to 2000 pounds per
Tho cherry season is about over
Peaches are ripening rapidly. Water
melons will soon le ripe in tho southern
counties. Tho plum and prune crop
aro making progress, and what fruit
there is promises to bo of good quality.
In some sections the leaves on tho prune
trees aro curling. Reports indicate that
the apple crop will bo tho Iwst of all
fruit crops. In some orchards whore
tho apples aro not plentiful, there has
not been as much spraying done as there
should have been, and tho result is, In
sects are becoming more numerous than
Corn and vegetables uro in need of
rain, though a fair growtli is yet rojort.
ed. Pasturage is drying up. Cattle pud
stock are iu good condition.
For Western Oregon tho mean tem
perature for tho week, 07 degrees, is3 de
grees lower than for the preceding week
and 5 degrees lower than for tho corres
ponding week last year. Tho maximum
temperatures ranged from 70 to 02 de
grees anil tho minimum from 50 to 00
For Eastern Oregon tho mean temier
ntnrn for tli week. 71 deirreen. is 2 de
grees lower than for the proceeding week
and 7 lower than for tho corrosjionding
week last year. Tho maximum tetniHir
atures ranged from 70 to 01, and tho
minimum from 4iito (Wdegreo. Thunder
storms occurred over tho southern
Plateau region, from wlilcli some rain
fell, but not enough to do any material
Shake Into Your Shoes.
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder. It cures
painful, suiurtlng, nervous feet and
Ingrowing nails, and Instantly tukes
tho sting out of corns and bunions
It's the greatest comfort discovery of
the age. Allen's Foot-Eaw makes
Unlit or new shoes feel easy. It Is a
certain cure for sweating, callous and
hot, tired, aching rect. Try It today.
Hold by all druggists and shoe stores.
By wall for 25c In sumps. Trial pack-
aue FREE. Address. Allen S. Oliu
sted, LeRoy, N. Y. 4
Kodol Dyspepsia Core cures dyspep
sia. "The public can rely upon It as
a muster remedy for til disorders aris
ing rromimperrectaigestion." jamos
M, Tnnwas. M. D , In American Jour
nal of Health, N. Y. Stoned Drug
Good Pasture, ,
About 00 acres, good fel, has had no .
stock on it this year, plenty of water ,
and shade. Apply to M rs. Kflen Savage,
east of Asylum. 8-3-1 w. '
l'urtluid NewUy' ir'attirday Eye
A loy's idea of complete contentment
9 a 1. - lu..l.a nab l.f,n tf Ik. tvliritH
18 to nave uui w "" ""
a hair cut and a shave all at once.
! If a women don't weigh moro than i.-rtijkigijydigesU the food and ttlda
eighty pound., she w pretty apt to be i N""Ta, lengthening and recon
herhiiiband'abo.. A litt e women is Nature fftu
a good deal like a pepir box. Urge i JgJ11 Jf -;elaUt iiscovered digeat
women have more oT the sugar M ffind tonic; No other preparation
quality- 1 car, approach it in effloiency. It In-
HrigwIiorStephetiMarlisdlCowwMtwI-yjjjia Indigestion, Heartburn,
ing the Northern Paoifl CIW Di- pfat.luieDci, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
vision will coduat the hervkw in Um i si0kHedache,Gastralgla.Cratnpi,ana
SalyaUon(Vrmy ftarraoks at 8 p. m. AH i ajiotherreiulW of Imperfect digestion,
are invited. Kmign and Mrs. ainBk fJVpa,(iby t C OaWltt A Co, Cbiwao
In charge. b'iXJNES DIU'O STORES
X-H-s-H-t-t I i II 4 4--H--M"H-4-x
Don't tall to try t
! BEECHAM'S PILLS
whon muffmrlnm front any bail
condition of tho Stomach
10centannd9ilrnt,at drag it ore.
Tho Misses Leoiiu and Delia Hrlggs,
residing at corner of Twenty-first and
Court streets, with some of tho neigh
boring girls gave a very enjoyable home
entertainment Monday evening. A
program of about an hour's lencth. cen:
sisting of drills, songs, recitations,
s v l,lclures u,c was rendered inn
manner highly creditable to the young
lerfornier8. Quite a number of the
young folks of tho nolghlHirhood were
present, and the affair was greatly en
joyed by nil.
The Homeliest Man in Salem
As well as the handsomest,, und others
nrc Invited to call on any druggist
and got free a trlul bottle of Ketnn's
Balsam for the Throat and Lungs, u
remedy that Is guaranteed to cure and
believe all Chronic und Acute Coughs,
Asthma, Hronchltis :uid Consump
tion. Price 25c. and SOc. cod&w
rWs th j The Kind Ym Ww Always BongH
Salem Juniors Scoopei at Gervais. Game
Tho Salem Juniors met the Woodhum
nine at Gervais, Sunday, and the latter
sat upon the former, in tho ratio of 37 to
8. The Salem kids simply bit off more
than they could chew and had to take
Tho third and llnal gume of the For-estors-Kedmen
series will be ployed on
Willsnn avenue Wednesday afternoon,
and will be well worth witnessing. Each
nine has one game to its credit by a
majority of one tully, so it is evident
fiat tho teams are well matched, and it
will bo "devil of a whirlwind" when
they come together again.
A Child Enjoys
The pleasant llavor, gentle action, and
soothing elTect of Syrup ol Figs, when
In need of a laxative, and if the father
or mother bo cntlvo or bilious, the
most gratifying results follow Its use;
so that It Is the best family remedy
known and every family shoud have a
bottle. Manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Hvrup Cn.
Irritating stings, bites, scratches,
wounds und cuts soothed and healed
ba DeWltt's Witch Hazel Sulye. Ik
ware of counterfeits. Stones Drug
When you are looking for some one to
do your developing and lluishiug. re
member that the Elite Studio is doing
llrst class work at moderate prices.
All weak places In your system
closed against disease hy DoWltt's
Little Early Risers. They cleanso the
bowels, regulate tho liver, and till you
with new vigor, sinull, sure; never
gripe. Stones Drug Stores.
For the Seaside,
Your family want the homo news nt
the Seaside. Tiik Daily Jouii.v.u, will
bo sent by mail at a sjieulul summer re
sort rate of One Cent a Day. No order
taken for less than ten cents. 7-lHtf
a u3. a o xh. i j&. .
Sean tU t lb- Kind Yi Have Alas BouRh
Have You Caught
To the fact that tho finest
tho city are made at the I
Dawson Herb Tea
Dawson Herb Tea Ik selling like hot
cakes because It docs the work.
Blow Your Own Horn
und blow it hard. Tho choapust, quick
est and Iwst way to makoyouri-oH heard,
when you havo a proposition to prosout
to the iH'oplo of Salem, is to use the
Jouiin'al want columns.
Most any sort of a proositinn will
strike someltody just right; but you
must get at n great number of people if
vou want to ferret out some imrticiilar
For the National Encampment of the
(i. A. H. to be held in Philadelphia in
September, the Northern Pacillu Kail
way will soil tiokotu at largely reduced
rates. Ticket) are good guhig on August
20th and 30th and lliml limit of tickets
for return Is October 31st. Sue the
agents Thomas Watt A Co,
227 Commercial Street.
1'U.LH will dlspol the
A Conservative Estimate.
Mr. Curmlchael, one of the mrwt re
liable hop buyers at Kulem, consider
that condltitions for an immense hop
crop continue favorable. ItejxirUt from
all yards sujtjort the prediction that
the yield this year will equal 86,000
bales an increased yield over lust year
of 17,000 bah.
He reports the yards in the vicinity
of Lincoln in splondid condition. The
burr has formed ami is already awuin
ing a golden yellow hue. Mr. Cr-
mlcliaei says tne io. j-nw re
duce 1600 pounds jr acre, bearing
uny unexjHjcted calamity. In (act, lo
cal buveru all agree that the only thing
that can materially damage U Iwpnrup
now Is a heavy ram fall.
The hop is not two weeks later than
last year, as has frequently beu re
ported. Harvesting will begin bet www
. ". . .. - .X
DldeStS What VOU eat
September 8th and 15th tho samo
dates upon which tho picking began
Tiik JovtiN'Ai. is of tho opinion that
50 cents a box will not bo paid In the
heavy yards. At 40 cents n Iwx n good
boy or girl picker can make (1.50 to
(2.00 a day.
Portland August 7. Wheat valley
57k ; Walla Wulla, 50 to 50c.
Flour Portland, (2.75 to 3.25. Super
lino (2.15 per bbl.
Oats White -I345c.
Hay Timothy (8(ttior, ton.
nops limine; out crop
Wool Valley. 1213e:
egon. 812. Mohair, 27 30.
Millstuff llran, (17 ; shorts, (18,
Poultry Chickens, mired, (3.504.CO
turkeys, live. 1313)bC.
Eggs Oregon, 18 to 18e per do.
00 lbs, 7Jt8J6 ; sheep pelts, 15(320c. ,
Onions 75c0O per sack.
Huttor Best dairy, 3035; fancy
creamery, 40c to 45c per roll, storo 22 to
Potatoes 75 to (1 per cental.
Hogs Heavy dressed 5ll
Mutton Dressed, (iffloV iwr jound.
Ueef Steers. (4.00(3(4.50; cows, (3.00
(3(3.50 dressed, 0?4.
Veal dressed, (l7e.
Wool ltlc, Mohair 30c.
Hay Haled, cheat and clover (0.00.
Eggs 15c to 10.
Flour In wholesale lots (2.50 retail
Millstuff bran (15.00 shorts (10.00
Hoirs dressed. 534c.
Live cattle Steers 3l.( cows '!. to
Dressed Veal 0)c.
Hutter Dairy 15e creamery 18c.
Poultry Spring chickens!) to HV.
Ileus 8 cents.
Hamilton Clark, or Chuuncey, Gn.,
sajs ho sulforcd with plies twenty
years beforo trying DoWitt's Witch
Hiicl Salve, two boxes of which com
nletely cured him. Stones Drug
"Our baby wis Hick for a month
with severe cough andcaturrhal fever.
She kept getting worse until wo lived
One Minute Cough Cure It relieved
and cured her in a few days "II L
Nance, Prln. High School, HlulTilule,
Texas. Stones Drug Stores.
Olllco of the secretary of Statet Sa
lem, Oregon, Juno 24, 18!)!). Notice is
hereby given that tho Stale Hoard of
Agriculture having, in compliance with
an Act of tho Twentieth legislative
Assembly llled in tho olllco of tho Sec
retary of Stato February 23d, 181K),
deeded to tho Stale of Orogdn tho lands
known as the "Stato Fair Grounds,"
tho iimmmriatioii of 7.000 for tho iwiy-
meiit of tne warrant indebtedness of
said State Hoard of Agriculture issued
nrior to February 23d. 18!)!). nronerly en-
dnrped, warants, will bo issued on the
State Treasurer to tho extent of the
appropriation. Interest will not bo al
lowed after this date. F. I Dunbar,
Secretary of Stato. In accordance wll h
tho above notice, holders of nil warrants
ol the Ureeon Stato Hoard ol Agrlcul
litre ilatcil prior to r-ohruiiry .Mil, lb'.m
are hereby notified that the same will
bo paid on presentation at the olllco of
the Secretary of Stato, or at tho olllco of
tho undersiuned, and that interest will
cease after this date. J. II. Albert,
treasurer of tho Oregon State Hoard of
Many persons die of neglect, Dawson
Herb Tea llxos 'em.
Pullman .Service to Yaquma,
The llrst Saturday night excursion to
Yaqiihin was well putmnUcd, Tills new
regime with a Pullman car service to
Oregon, s popular Muiside resort promises
to become very opular. iliisiuess men
iu any city down tne valley can take the
night train to Ympiiim, get a good
night's sleep and reach tho ocean In
time for breakfast, and after sjieiiding a
whole day at the beach can return on
the night train hi time for business next
morning. Take the overland train at
.Salem itt0:lf p. m., Saturday.
CASTOR I A
For Infants find Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Call for Bids for Hay.
lilds will lie received at the olllco o'
thcCKy Recorder for tho City of Sa
lc.ii, Oregon, from the date of this
notko until fi o'clock p. in. nf Satur
day, August VI, IbOO, for furnishing
the City or Salem with firtceii(!)touh
of cheat or timothy hay, baled und de
llvered at tint city hull lu txtld city on
or before the 1st day of September,
Done pursuant to tho order of the
Common Council of Mild city, made
and outurod on the Oth day of July,
N, J. JUDA11,
Dated at Suloiii, Oregon, this, July
J.l, liiOO, 7-1.1d&wtf
Salem City Bend Sale.
Notice Is hordby given, that pur
suant to lite order, of the Salem City
Council, had and ruoordud uu tho 0th
day cf July law, subscription lists will
be opened, at 8 o'clock on the morn
ing of Thursday, July 20, ISOO.at the
olllea of the city recorder Inlheolty
halt of said city, for the Jpurohiise, by
the citizens at largo, of 106,000, mu
nicipal funding bonds of sulci city of
Salem, Oregon; (sulci Iwuo to oonslstof
bonds In the hums of "M," $100,"
"iiOO," "WOO," and "11000,") princi
pal payable attlrttoflloe or the elly
Ueusureror of suld city of Salem, Or
egon, on or before lOyears after the Ut
day of October 18M, the date of Uue
of iald boud; the Interest thereon, at
Hie rate of 4 nor cent mr annum, iwy-
'able seiul-antiually. at the olllco of
1 said city treaiu.erer uforeld, uu the
1 first days of A prll awl October or each
laud every year thereafter, until call
or maturity: nrlncliul and Interest
Siyable lo gold colu of the United
lutes. The cty recorder or tald rlty
I win receive, tile Jtid regUter all sub
scriptions lu till buhair.and said i-ut-ttrlfitloD.
under tNHnubllcallou, will
cloieat6,ockck p, ni. of Friday, the
Mrst Any of HepuMbr, m. Done by
theipeiilUwiiiMlli of Itond Iwu.
this, Saturday, July 1&, IMW.atSflleiu,
V V. HISHOP, Mayor. .
S. J. J UDA H.uitjf uecorair
A. II, HUtCIfh'.CiMJUilliuan.
E. IKW A I,K Bit, CiHJnolluwn
for Infants and Children.
Ciisloria Is n. Imnnless pub.stttuto ibr Cnstor Oil, Pnre
Borlf, Drops and Soothliig Syrups. It Is Plctuuint. It
contains neither Opium. Monihlno nor other Nurcotlo
substnnoc. It tlcstroys "Worms and allays Fovorlshnoss.
It ctiros DhuThauv ami "Wind Collo. It rollovcH Tooth
liipr Troubles and cures Constipation. It vctrulntcs tho
Stomach and llowels, irlvliiir healthy ami natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
H ytMwv, y
MMY, TT MUnntV TifT, HlWYOnflCJtT.
THEY ALL WANTED ITU
You sre tliey thouetit the Mcvcle In the
window, wis the only one we Intl. Tli'te
were plenty tnort inslile however, anil w
sold 'em one eai).. Wecaufit vououtals
V9 J - '
Water Prolongs Your Life,
If your hoiiNo m not mipplleil with a Hath it ought to lxt.
1 will make the e,alviiulred iron Taukj put iu tho Tub, the
hect of 1'liinibiiiK', and do all klmlH of tin work. Call and
nnk for itHtiiiintoH,
T. S. BURROUGHS
HAKUOOD RE8T0IIKD &WiiWK?ffl
rruie-lyigiwranlrrt loinrrall iikivimm UUwmh, wirh n Weak
Mvniory, IIiadai'lir.WHlirlullnrM.lxnt Manhuul. Nluhlly ltml
klons. Nervuutiii-ui, Uh nt iwer in Cvncrallve Ori(iu, rauieil
hy voulhrul emu, cxcvmivc ute or Mlniul.uili wlilcli ImiI tu
luurm.ly ur Inunily. Cun Itcinntcil in veil pocket. Jt.mix-r
tjoir. 6 for fi. Iy mall pteiuilit. Circular rrre. AIlilniKKUu Take
no oilier. Manulailurtd fiy the I'eau Medicine Co., tfrRi-rancc.
I.uuc-unvlM Oruir Co. ilUtributlav sienu.
TUIKD AND YaMIIIU.
FOIl SALE HV I). J. PRY, SALI3M, ORKGON.
THE OLD POSTOFFICE STABLES.
Special rates g'ven to Commercial men.
Ifrlrra itiadn lo all irftlnla at all hours, 'live ut a fall and ln satliQed. I'lione t?l.
not groc:rs to the president.
But Grocers to the People.
We keep in Stock a full Variety
of Provisions, Groceries and Fruit.
Anything and everything you need.
At prices to compete, call and compare.
HARRITT Si L.AOJR.3NOe
Of,U I'OBTOmCH (IHOOKKY,
Mt. Hog?I Colle
Halew, 40 miUtf frutw l'ortUtvl.) Comi-i.istk arnl Tiiohouhii Couiimmi PrjaraUiry,
UUirory, tiolwiUlh', ClaMkwl, N'unwil, Comiimreiul. tiftmui. Coiuixhh in Mutlie
iiMitka, BHrrtfytNg, Drawing. CivM Hervlm, Freiwb, (ierniun, HKii,uib. IIhIIuii,
SlMtrthaml, Ty4wrHiig, Tltrzraphy, Munje. A upwial olatw is providixl for siu
dwits who oh aeoount ol farm ImImt, vtish Ut enUr luU lu fall und leavis Mtrly iu
prin. Ai-4uIihU hrwv) and tu.hnra otat c4rUi1eMtMi and (dale diplomas eon
(rrxl. H'imI for aUbzue. AldrNM,
Tiik futMiitHNT Mount Akwbl Cuu-uib, Ml. Anj(l, Ore.
.:.:i w 1
Love's Leading Strings,
may lead n man to 1)1 Ihh and lutpplnefR.
but the road to our laundry will lead
him to a pliu'u where he will rwolvu full
fiitiMfaetlou lu the beauty of bin linen,
pcrriilcsund woolenn, when wo put tho
slainp of our perfect laundry work on
it. Our lino laundry work Ih utiflurpaKii
ti for beauty of color and llnlvh.
Salem Steam Laundry,
COI.. J. OlMSTi:i. I'ltOl'H.
Phone 411. -WO Liberty Street
Best and largcsf'line of
Bicycles in the Glty
Car load shipments
Direct from Factory
n v vi Y
wadb i co.
til.. l'OMTLANIJ, OKEIlOH.
02 HlltllV HT HAI.KM, Oil,
J. J. FIDLER, proprietor.
1 1 or ww Hoarded by the
Day, Week or Mouth.
Ktaiidliiu Team, lfic.
Hit kIo llorne 10c,
For Im)'s him) young muii. ('undiiitcd by
tho llwiuditftiiit) rather. lUalthfully
und attrautivuly hxiitwl. (II iuIUm (rum
Associate Teacher Western ConsetvA
toty, Kansas City, Mo., representing
the Inter-state System, at Salem, Ore.
Ovcrl'lrst National Han If. Kcatdencc
376 Church street. Studio hours 9 to
New today ndvorusoraents lour line
or losi lu this column 'naortcd tntoo
times for 25 otn, SO ota n week, $1
per month All ovor lour llnca at
WANTED. Men to cut. or Hplit or haul
wotxl. Wo will pay 50 couta for split
tin. Cash every week If wanted.
Salem Fuel Co., room 13, over Dup.li
bank. 8-8 tf
WANTED At our warehoused nt Snlent
and Marlcay 100,000 btlnhela or more
of wheat and onto for which wo aro
prepared to pay tho highest market
price when furniorH dcslro to sell, Wo
mi p ply thopo having grain with sacka
to ilellvor their crops. Also storage
for thoKO wiahitiR to atoro. Ho miro
and xce tin ovary day in the week.
Oniee 'JOO Commerelitl Htroet. up
HtalrH, or warehouses. A.M. Hum
phrey ifc Co. 8-7 !lt
WANTED. Wheat, oaM and barley,
bags furnished, (.let our priced be
fore you noil. Olllee on Court ntrcut
rear of Dalrymplo's store; wnrqhouso
libor Exehauge building. Tlllsou.
llartlott Clraln Co. 8-7 tt
WANTED. Men to learn harbor trade.
Only 8 weoka riiiiiral. Bpeeiitl In
ilucemontH for applicants from a dis
taiinee. I'ositlons giinraiitced. Com
plete outfit of tools presented, Wngcx
Saturdays. Places for 500. Cata
logue mailed free. Moler Harlior col
lege, Hail Francisco, Cul. 8-7 Oil
KOU SALE. Clyde mare, 8 years old,
weight 1000. Enquire of O. W, KolT,
MiH'leay, Ore. 8-4-lw.
ESTUAY NOTICE Taken up nt the
John llughcH ranch 011 Hlough Hoad,
one black hornofi years old, star In
forhead, weight about 800. 8.21 wt
lCXPEUlENCED-Krult dryer, (owing
to tearclty of fruit) Ih open for en
gagomsnt to dry hops. Hest refer
ences, l'rult Drier, enro of Jouimi..
WANTED Immediately Urst-elat
waitress, Htuady place at Wlllamotto
WANTED. To buy ryu for milling. Ap
lily to or uddresn Joseph Drcchsler,
Halem. Mill on Marlon between
Fourteenth and Fifteenth street.
7 18 lino
FAUM WANTED. Tlio unilerslgucd
want a farm of from oO to 100 acres,
will take It (or cash runt or on shares.
Hood reference. Apply to J. 8 enro
Journal Olllco. 7 10 lni
DETROIT HOT sFMifNTlH-f amVi
the Held again, with ;iy imck horses,
to carry you to tho HpringH, or any
placo iu tliu mountains, In tho vicinity
of Detiolt. I have been here suvon
years, can tttku you to all thu good
camping, hunting, and usbing iilaunit
iu thispartof thu uiouiitains. Frank
Terkett, Detroit, Oro. 7 3 0v
FOE SAI 13 -Good dry wood, delivered
to any mtrt of tho city, l'rico reason
able, loavu orders with lliirritl it
Ijiwroneo or Farmers' Feeil yuid High,
HIUYOLK PATII-lf your blcyclo
needs repairs bring II lu, wo havo
tho skill und stock to kcop It lu llrsti
class condition. Wo curry 11 full
lino of sundries und iiiukoit special
ity of enameling uoinu und see us.
wo BiillRfy our putrniiH. Gardner &
White, 288 Liberty stieot. lloliimu's
block, next door to steam laundry.
I'lionu 285fi, l-20-t
HOUbE OLE AN KUS- llouionibcr
uthat tho best nnd uhcupest cariot
jpnncrlH tho heavy felt paper Bold
ut Tiik Jouknai. olhcc. 20-tf
Docs Your Gas Pipe Leak?
Or are your chainlelium old fashioned
and uornout? If sol we will put iu now,
rleh und IwiimImjiiio chandeliurs, and lay
new gun pipes at 11 reuNniiuhle uot. Am
plunilMira, stMim mid mh litters our
work is unexcelled and "ur priues for
llrsl-ehiM work ih beyond eompetitlou.
M CO.MMKHCIAI. STKF.ST.
Telephone No. 3J71
- 1 n -a in 1 1 1 na n si
Headquarters for Screen Doors, Etc.,
Ijiwn, Held und iioultry (uiich
ami Hiilnglos at lowest priiuM.
HALICM KKNOW WOHKB,
W Hlato 8ltt
Vtr lllf H lf IU14I.IU1
h..lirgw, lkllklMll MM
iKIUIlolM II MtltllS
.f . . ..ill kukMlk
. 1.1. 1 l- PulisLsMd. mtul UiU Mtin
' yr MAI IU H'" (1Flr.
L. .iBruu. bfflflNtld. IU
I in. ,.r i Ull, .X
("rtuUr ! uu inmI
Premium on Warrants.
Auyirtn haTliiy Marlon or Talk founly
vrun.uU lu ilUloe ut. will tlu wull tu sail a
lUcolluii.f fiuv-uo llrinu. 270 QiuiirofUI
tfrl lid ilU & Itatkar will -Uuw it
treuluni on all auah i''"l',''lt imorK.I war
sauta. Muom tel'wn a 0 and 7 lir cent IuIik-
rl ou Biirof imi ittmt.
ladAwilw iit ,
VTQ CuwioatdUl sliiwi
TaVo In" The Whole Kuld
if you ha.u a want that you think
miiii man in Marion County can till,
tukti in Ui wliQlv fluid at onto hv inwirt
Inu a wunt add lu JoyiiKAU
There's no half way biulneiM nltotil
thdjavuNAi.. Itfe-eta richt out anions;
all tlu iMoid who art worth talking to
And If your uhu is In town you'll tlnd
him. TliKtu's no doubt atout that.
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