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MARKET R EPORT.
HE POLK C3ÜÜÍ!
u slo u bd
[CorricttMi weekly by Gooch dros.
FBIDAT, FEB 13. 1903.
E v i k t F riday klon.» ix « A r 7:80.
A S H ,
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
8U B8C 1U PfIO N R A T E 8
#1 50 ....................................... Per year
$ 7 5 .............................. Per «ix month«
l * ..........................Per three month«
iJveititling rate« made known on
Applicntiou. Correapondence is solicit-
Fine Job Printing done at reasonable
CO U N TY C O U R T .
*¡1 ley, J .
The «ale of real property of the J , L
(«win entate wan confirmed.
J . 13. S m i th , W. L. Frink and H a r
vey Gage were chosen to appraise the
E. J Bell estate.
Mrs. D. J . Whiteaker was author
ized to mortgage certain real property
to borrow money.
Morris Fowle was made administra
tor of hi« far tier's estate witnont bond
and the property is to be appraised
by F . A. Lin k, I. M. Simpson and E d
L. C. Parker was finally discharged
as guardian of the Steadman minor
A petition to veil real property of
the K. L, Sk in ner estate was set for
hearing April 6th.
T h e administrator of the Carl Pher
son e - t i t e was authorized to erect an
COM M IS S IO N K K S .
J o h n Teal.
Albert Domes was appointed road
supervisor in district no. 11 vice G. A
T he certificate of sale of
assessed to G. VV. it »harts in
T h e road petitioned for by
dy and others was declared
highway and ordered open d
18118 w is
W heat, per bushel, 70 ct»
B ra n , per ton $22
S h orts , per t o n , $25.
Oats, per bushel, 30 ct».
F lour, per 10 b a r re ls ,$3 80.
Flour, per sack , $1.
Buckwheat Hour, $2.50 per wt
Germea, $1 6 0 per cwt.
Corn meal, $ 2 00 jier cwt.
An U n e q c « M c d nncf C o m p l e t e Ro
s o m e of W it a t Y o u r F rto n d s are
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis
courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
a n d Have Been Lately D o in g .
and cheerfulness soon
disappear when the kid
Y o u K n o w W h a t Y o u A re T a k i n g .
neys are out of order
VV hen you take Grove's Tasteless
Kidney trouble has
Chill Ton.eJ because the formula is
(Corrected weekly by Dunn's Grocery.
become so prevalent
plainly primed on every bottle, show-
Potatoes, per bushel, 50cts.
It Is not uncommon
itig that it is »imply Iron and (¿uinine
B u tte r , per pound 25 cl#.
, for a child to be born
in a tasteless form. No cure, no p> y.
Lard, per pound, 12£(^15 cts.
f afflicted with weak kid
neys. If the child urin
B a c o n ,s i d e s , per pound, 13(#15 ct*».
ates too often, if the
H a m s , per pound, 14(<* 17 els.
or If. when the child
Shou ltiets, p«x p o u n d , V ^ l l cts
t l i.r lre \ o u n K I.»* port'll,... d P.»i- reiches * n .g e when It should ba able to
E g g s , p e r dozen, 20 cts.
o r ..... 1 ’><•<*," |>l"ce unit will m o w control the passage, it I. yet afflicted v/lth
C h i c k e n s , per d o z ti $J<jd.$4
tin-rc in the spritig
bed-v/ettlnr, depend upon it. the cause of
Dried fruits, per pound, 3<*5iO * 8.
the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first
step should be towards the treatment of
B e e t s , per pound, 1 eents
these important organs. This unpleasant
T u r n ip s, , e r pound, 1 cts.
trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the
Cabbage, per pound, 2 cts.
Our mail carrier has had a hard kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
Onions, per pound, 2 eta.
time in this snow, it being very deep most people suppose.
B e a n s, per pound, 5 (a 7 cen ts.
; on the Oakdale ridge.
Women as well as men are made mis
Corn m eal, per pound,3^ cts
erable with kidney and bladder trouble,
Uncle Billy T a te is quite sick him ! is and both need the same great remedy.
Hay, per ton, $7i<i$12
| under Dr. P/andho* fer’s charge at the The mild and the Immediate effect of
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S w am p-Ro ot Is soon realized. It is sold
Miss Sadie Hiefanh has come in home of his daughter, Mrs. George
by druggists, In fifty-
from Oakdale to spend some time with Gardner.
cent and one dollar
her sifter, Mrs. Morris. Her father
If you want to keep your horses sizes. You may have a
had a close call from being under u from staggers while snow is on the sample bottle by mail
shed that went down under the heavy ground, give them uâltes and salt, and*•’free, also pamphlet toll- Rom * o f Swamp-Root.
warm bran mash once a week. The ing all about it, Including many of the
Voco m , lost a horse.
ashes must be sifted quite fine, mixed thousands of testimonial letters received
with the salt, then give a little each from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
Mrs. J . M. Campbell and Chatincey
& Co.. Binghamton, N. Y», be sure and
day with their oats.
mention this paper.
Crider have arrived from 8an Jose,
California, wheie be graduated from
Miss Edith Montgomery has taught
Do not make any mistake, but re
the high eehool last week. It. 8. Con a most successful school at Oakhurst
ner has given Up his lodging house and after five months has been hired member the name, Swamp* Root, Dr.
Kilm er’s Sw amp-Ro ot, and the ad
and is working in a foundry. T h e for an additional term.
dles#, Bin gham pto n, N. Y. on every
family will likely remain there until
T h e panther whose tracks were bottle.
Miss Nellie graduates from the nor
mal school. Mrs. Genevra Howe is seen near Frank Butler’s goat shed is
clerking in a store there and her mo supposed to have paid a visit there
one night, a* a calf has disappeared out further trouble.
ther, Mrs Harris, is very ill.
trtmi its mother’s side.
Tracy Staa ts is grading eighth grade
Simeon U. Cannon filed complaint
1 residing Elder Pierce is holding
public s< bool exam ination papers foi
against hi# wife and GsQrge Simmon#
Su perintendent S 'a r r .
charging them with adultery. They
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w» re hound over to court under $500
bond# each. They were committed to
T o C u r e a C o l d in o n e Day.
S H O R T S TO R IE S .
j iil to await circuit co urt.
T ak e Laxative Promo Quinine lab-
In the eleven states interested In the lets- All druggists refund the m e n rj
Mr. Josae, late of Washington conn-
Industry 200,000 acres are sown in if it fails to cure, E W Grove’s sig ty, ha# located in Independence and is
nature i.-. on each box. 25c.
buiMing a handsome $1.500 cottage
near the Evangelical ch urch.
Plans are being considered to trans
mit electricity from the new Satilt Ste.
Marie water power to Detroit, 300
J . I’. L
Financial students In the treasury
a public predict that there will be $1,000,000,000
In gold in the treasury within the next
Beginning with February the »*i five years.
ary of the deputy sheriff and dcpi*‘ >
It is alleged by Canadians that steel
oouii'y clerx was increased to $65 a structural work can he made iu the
Dominion 30 per cent cheaper than In
the United States.
Treasurer l)alt<m was ct difed wi
Berkeley, near San Francisco, a town
cancelled co in tv w arru iU to t i n
of 20.000 inhabitants, which is the seat
amount of j>26,7‘JO.
of the University of California, con
tains no public houses and has no po
L E T T E R L IS T .
These letters remain hi m ailed for i.
the Dadas (sistoftice for tin- week end
ing Ft b. 9<h, and parti*# cal line
for them will please state that «he>
have been advertised :
Miss Nellie Elliott,
Frank C Hugh,
Mr. R Itunyan,
Miss Khz i Simmons.
Miss El vie Templeman.
. G . C o a i), p o s t m a s t e r .
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N e w R u r a l M a ll R o u t e s .
E. C Clem ent, in the government
postal employ, has been here for sev
eral days going over the two rentes
fn*m Dallas to lie established in a few
weeks. One goes through the Mr Bee
settlement to the home of VV. L.
Frink near Bridgeport, west to ♦ lie
Ellis bridge near halls City, thence
south and east by the Brown, Sm ith
and Gardner homes to that of J . H.
Burns and b a c k to Dallas, a distance
of 22 miles. Milt Grant and John
Fos ter have been examined as car
riers. T h e other route would go east
to the Ennn place, thence north
through Polk to SmithfieM. Strik
ing the Perrydale road at the Lander»»
place, it would go by the Zaeli Howe,
David Peters and Elijah dorrisori
places to the Saltcreek road atul then
hack to Dallas, being a distance of
about 22 miles. It might d«> away
with the Saltcreek postofflee. A. \V.
Docksteader and J . 1). Slmw have
been examined for carriers
T he pay
is $600 a year, the carrier furnishing
his own conveyance.
The county Jail at Clifton, Ariz., com
prises four large rooms hewn from the
solid quartz rock of the hillside. The
entrance is through a vestibule pro
tected by three steel gates. The wall
of quartz Inclosing the jail Is fully
fifteen feet thick.
After a systematic exploration of the
different strata of the Forum. Professor
BonJ. the Italian archeologist, believes
that he has discovered the Necropolis of
primitive Koine, dating us fur as the
eighth century before Christ.
Do ns you would be done by.—Per
Do not that to a neighbor which you
would take 111 from him.—Grecian.
What you would not wish done to
yourself do not unto others.—Chinese.
One should seek for others the happi
ness one desires for oneself.—Buddhist.
He sought for others the good he de
sired for himself. Let him pass on.—
All things whatsoever ye would that
men should do to you do ye even so to
The true rule In business is to guard
and do by the things of others as they
do by their own. Hindoo.
Let none of you treat his brother in a
way he himself would dislike to be
treated.—Molia mmedu nisni.
The law Imprinted on the hearts of
all men Is to love the members of soci
ety as themselves.-Roman.
Whatsoever you do not wish your
neighbor to do to you do not unto him.
This is the whole law; the rest is a
mere exposition of it.—Jewish.
welcome from all over the county. If
your neighborhood has been neglect
ed, you an« invited to send the news
FA S H IO N S .
The majority of the zibellne, camel's
J o h n Woods is home from railroad hair and similar costume# of rough sur
ing in Arizona and Washington. He faced fabric art* made with the jacket
says Fra nk is mining in British Co either in 1 k » x or Monte Carlo shape.
An appropriate costume for morning
wear baa a skirt of uut brown faced
cloth, with a tucked waist of tussore
silk. Tussore wear# remarkably well
nud la stylish In effect.
It la quite the fashion Just now to
wear black blouses with black skirts.
Crepe de chine, pin dotted net, silk
voile, figured tuffetu and liberty satin
are the materials used for these waists.
Fur Is again used for vests and
blouse waist# of cloth costumes a# It
j was a year ago, and autumn coats of
| cloth can he made over In appearance
I by facing the collar revers and cuffs
Are Impure matter* which the .kin, j with fur.
Braiding will t»e ubiquitous this
Urcr, kidney» and other organa can
winter upon gowns, coats and hats.
■ot take rare of without help, there ie
Some of the smartest new coats of
•uch an accumulation of them.
I broadtail are conspicuous for their col-
They litter the whole syntem.
| lurs of cloth or velvet braided and
Pimple», boils, eczema and other edged with fur instead of being com
eruption», lo«a of appetite, that tired posed entirely of fur.- New York Even
Miss Jessie Wiseman is having a
two story, seven room house built
act ohm the track northwest of the col
lege. It will probably be occupied b\
Mr. Joh nso n, proprietor of the saw
A fine bell has artived for the
Methodist church a* Falls City.
A ll Humors
feeling, Mlious turu>, lit» of indiges
tion, dull headache» ami many other
troubles are due to them.
DON’T DO IT.
Iton’t overdress or underdress.
Don’t Jeer at anybody's religious be-
Don’t be rude to your Inferiors in
' social position.
Remove all humors, overcome all
Don’t contradict people, even If you
their effects, strengthen, tone and are sure you’re right.
Don't underrate anything because
invigorate the whole system.
you don’t pikssess It.
MI had salt rheum on my hands so that I
Don't go untidy on the plea that
oould not work. I took Hood's Harsaparilla
everybody knows you.
and It drove oat the humor. I continued
Don't believe that everybody else la
lie m * till the eoree disappeared.” Mae.
the world is happier thau you.
Ima O. Baoww, Kumford Falls. Me.
iKHi't be Inquisitive about the affairs
M a * 4 'S S a r s a p a r i l l a p r o m is e s to
o f even your most intimate friend.
• l ir e e n d h a s p s t h e p r o m is e .
H o o d ’s Sarsaparilla
an d P ills
..arett- plant more trees this spring C G Graham
Home fat pig* M#en there w. re weak in Katharine Braun Lillian Shirley
thei* hind qnai tcrs.
Mr# llo pkins
Clara M Walker
Ivy Hurt (in
David Pete-s milks ten cows. From
(’ has G n gory
J W Butler
the best one be realized $1 20 last year W J Starr
E K Coad
claimiug her to be the equal of a cel
Harry li Belt
ehrated cow at the Hull'll • exposition,
a* she tested higher in butter fat than
• IOO R e w a rd , H O ) .
th* highest test there. T h e others av-
T he reader* of this paper will be
e age $80 e.toh year. T hey use i
pleased to learn that t mre W a t b a s t
Sharpie« cream separator ami a B ab m e dr ¡»ded disease that science has
cock butter fat tester, ship the butter
been .»hie iu cure i all its s'age# and
to Portland ami get top prices for it.
th.it is catarrh
H ill’s Catarr h cure
From one cow G. G. Rempel sold is the only positive cu re no»v known
•84 .25 woifh of er< am ami butler in to the medical fraternity. Catarrh be
one year. Ho ha» built 310 rods of
American held fence, and will build a
barn and fix up a lot of old building*
He has had c u l 40 «fid» of oak wood
and w.iiits 60 cords more, to be ship
ped tv Portland.
OCR STAFF OF RUSTLERS wom en <u Well a . Men
Are Made Miserable by
W H A T TH E Y HAVE TO SAY A B O U T
T H E D O I N G S IN T H E C O U N T Y .
ing a con.-1 it a i ion a 1 disease, r* quire» a
couHtiluthiii.il tre atm en t. Hall’s C a
tarrh Cute i* taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood stni mucous
surface# of the system, th re by ill#-
(roving the foundation of the disease,
sud giving the patient strength by
building up the co nstitutio n and as
sisting nature iu doing its work. The
proprietors li ve so much faith iu ii#
curative power*, that they o f f r $10 0
for any case that it fail* to cu-e. Send
for a list of to»;imouiiils. Address F.
J . Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio
by druggist*. 75 cents. Hull’« Family
pill* aie the beat.
R IC K R E A L L
J . Burch ha- been quite sick
Rev A. A. W inter Inis dosed hi# re
vival meeting« lure . They continued
for two weeks.
8t ella Sm ith has returned from the
home of George W.ot.
Alex Kirkland, soninlaw o f W. E .
Clark, is down from Wallowa county.
Jo h n Longnecker ha# bought
buggy from Peter Cook.
Last Thursday P J . Dickinson co n
ducted Government Agent Clement
through the Parker and Highland dis
tricts, inspecting the proposed free
mail delivery route T h e y will have
the benefit of the delivery as soon as
arrangement# can be made. The car
rier will leave Parker »fter the fore-
noou train, going north
Highland to the Shirley lane, from
there to the bridge near the Baldwin
resilience, east through American Bot
I tom to the school house aud a# far as
^ George McLaughlin’s, then hack by
I the Merrill place ami on the main I n
dependence and Albany road to Park
er. It took four hour# to go over the
route the way the roads are n *w.
Isaac Dyck is plaining
ROCK C R E E K .
Rev. J R . Baldwin purchased the J j Holt McDaniel sold 12 hogs to th e
The snow got. 18 inches deep at L. Stockton residence and will move Dallas butcher at 4^ cents a pound.
Korea and 48 beyond Sugarlouf.
to town. His health is somewhat ini- |
G. J . R eru p 'l, of R ickreall, bought
J . L Morriscn i* laid up with rheu
of Wagner Bros, a di*k drill end two
matism, Mrs. G. W Horsfall ami her
T h e W illam et te river i# rising but i harrows. He will plow and seed 130
liaught« r have had lagrippe and now it is not probable that it will be out of acre#.
i' Ini* its grip on E sther Hampton.
it# hanks as it was last week.
A. G. Rempel has rented the 140
Home of tlu* now things for spring are here and
more are coming in evefy day, Our spring stock
will he the best and most fashionable wo have ev
er handled, as we only buy fiom tried and relia
ble manufacturers. There are many reasons why
Holverson’s is Salem's Best Store One fact alone
covers all and that is we have every kind of mer
chandise you want at prices that are all right.
Knch and every piece of goods in this st >ck is es
pecially chosen-to the requirements of the trade
we know so well, and the greatest care is used to
serve our customers with all the attention due them.
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
The undersigned will sell at cost his entire stock
of goods, consisting oi dry goods, groceries, boots
and shoes, hardware and notions, Sale will con
tinue for 60 days. I will keep a full line of gro
ceries during this sale and will sell them cheap
er than any house outside of Portland. Call and
he convinced. This is no fake sale.
A. R. TOZIER
Thos. Blower reports the snow as
Some of ot»r merchant# inform u# | acre Hagood farm, north of this sta
15 inches on the level at his place.
that the year 1902 was the best for tion, for three years, with t h e * privi- !
business they have had in i ll 3 past 10 lege of a longer term.
Mr. E h rm a n , a Sunshine home years.
While H. J . Rose was driving to!
steader, came iu to his claim 8uiuiay.
Thna, Fennell ha# leased for 5 years ch in ch one of his horses hr *ke i»s leg
A few weeks be
from Rev Baldwin, the present owner, and had to he shot
T r u s t T h o s e w h o Have T r i ed .
I can save money for you on hop wire. Direct shipment from eastern mill.
fore that he lost a $75 colt from the
I suffered from catarrh of the worst (he Damon hop yard.
Prices alwavs the lowest ou wire and wire fencing. Correspondence solicited.
kind and never hoped for cure, but
W A L T E R M OR L E Y ’
T e n d e n c y of t h e T i m e s .
E ly ’s Cream Balm seems to do even
Hie :eiido*‘cy of medical science is j A M o t h e r ' s R e c o m m e n d a t i o n .
that.— Oscar Ostrom, 45 Warren Ave ,
J have u.-eil Ch.unbc.rlain’s Cough
Chicago. 111. I «uttered from ca 'a rrh ; toward preventive measures. T h e best j
it got so had 1 e uld not work ; 1 used thought of th»; world i# being given to ! Remedy for a number of years ami
E ly ’s Cream Balm and am entirely the subject. It i# easier and better to j have no hesitation in saying that it i.-
well.— A C. Clark. 341 Shaw mul Ave. prevent than to cure. It ha# been ilie best remedy for cough#, cold# and
Boston, Mass. T h e Balm does nut fully demonstrated that pneumonia, croup I have ever ased in my tasnilv .
irritate or cause sneezing. Sold by «•ne of ihe most dangerous disease# j l Ii ve not word# to expre»# my co n
all druggists at 50 cents, or mailed b\ that medical men have to contend fidence in this roundv. Mrs. J . A. of time ami imme) in a;bunmas<* education w not a vo.iu»re. i'lio bJiiB'iw ou oenye.t .rum ric h a - > i
Ely Bros, 56. Warren 8 t , New Yo rk with, cun he prevented by the nse of J Moore, North 8 tar, Mich. F o r sale In last for life ami pay substantial dividends every day. These facts are amply shown by the uniform «access
Cham berlain’s Cough R- inedy, Pneu- J Wilson Drug Co.
of the graduuto of the
monia always result# fiom a cold or !
SU V ER.
C A P I T A L B U S I N E S S C O L L E G E .
from an attack of influenza (grip). aiVd
T ACH ER S, EXAMINATION.
Our stuiicnts are offered the advantages of a school well known for its thorough work, pleasant rooms
Snow is gone and grass is starting it ha# been observed th a t this remedy
skillful teachers and modern methods. Claw and individual instruction. Living expenses cheap. So.id
The largest cl«## that ever appeared for catalogue.
and grain seems not much injured by count r ct# any tendency of these dis
before a board of exam ination in this
eases toward pneumonia. This has
W . I. S T A L E Y , Principal, Salem. Oregon.
county is now being examined in the
Goats and sheep are being fed with been fully proven in many thousand# circuit court room, T here are 7 0 in
oats and things. Many have died d ur of cases iu which this remedy has I all, 4 0 for state and 30 for county cer
ing the stormy weather,« but ca ttle been used during the great prevalence tificate#. Nearly 50 of them are from
<d cold8 and grip in recent years, and
seem to stand it all right.
the Monmouth uormal school, a
Ch em icals may make linen look
cad be relied upon with perfect contt- ;
Young J o h n n ie Ja m e s has a big deuce
whiter for the time being, but soon
Pneumonia often results from special motor bring# them down each
boy at lus house.
ruin it— literally eat it up. W e are
a slight cold when no danger is ap
ular 7 :30 motor.
not clothes cani bai#, nor do we get
Farm ers are all right with plenty of prehended until it is suddenly discov
T h e applicant# for state papers a re :
a commission from shirt and collar
ered that there is pain and difficulty
money and everything away up.
Mary Wethcrbee .L ouis
m a nu fa cturers for ine-reagii R de
in breathing and pains in the client,;
mand lor their products
Lois id immigrants are hunting for then it is announced that the patiem
tom e f t interes ts are ou rs; so we
fauns aud seem to have the cash.
has pneumonia. B e on the safe side I
B erth a Rowe
make clothes clean and help ti
and take Cham berlain’s Cough Iiem j
M arth a Whealdon
make them las1. Ordir# left with
E s c a p e d a n Awful F a t e .
edy a# soon us the cold i# contracted ! Liunie Kayler
W. R. Ellis or the Salem stage will
Mr. l l . lla g g in s ,o i Melbourne, Fla , It always cures. F o r sale by Wilson j
•Samuel Evenden Stella Marple
receive prompt, attentio n.
writes: “ My doctor told ¿ne I had Drug Co.
coiibUiiipiion and nothing could be
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Mary F e r n e
done lor me.1’ 1 was given up to die.
S P R I N G VALLEY.
France# Clayton Samuel Lacy
I he offer of a free trial bottle ol Di.
Cranston Higgins has lost several Joh n Bidgood
K in g ’s New Discovery fo.~ Consump
COLONEL J . O L M S T E D , P R O P .
Mertie An ten
tion, induced me to try it. Result# horses and wants to buy a team.
were s t a l l i n g . I am now ou the road
J . E Phillips has been laid up with
V a n che Dickinson
E« tel la I)« a! son
to recovery, and owe all to Dr. K in g ’» rheumatism.
New Discovery. I t surely saved my
Our telephone line to Salem is be- j Maud Cox
Paul W ym an
lite. 1 his great cure is guarantee^
ing constructed aud will require about May Dean
J e n n i e Dean
lor all throat anu lung disease« by all
druggists, i ’nce 50 cents and $1. 4 50 poles.
Trial bottles tree.
8a m Barker is grubbing out the old Kstella Robbins
T ru m . Baughm an
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fence row in front of nis house, pre
SALEM AND ALBANY.
Applicants fur comity papers are :
paratory to putting up an American
T h e Largest Furnitu re, Carpet and Wall Paper dealer# in the W i ll a m
Mr. Pulliam ami little sou have
J a u e Bates
et te valley above Portland. Have a correct m easurem en t of your
Out rural ma 1 carr ier is getting up Mabel St«#vena
M i tty W ilc ox
gone on a visit to Missouri.
rooms and window# when you come for carpets, wall paper and shades.
a club of 100 subscribers for Popular Leola Dunham
W e c u t shade* to fit without charge ami make them in any width.
Zopher aud Alvin Tharp, attending
Mechanics, for which he will get a Hattie Scar#
W e make our own mattresses and each i# exactly »# represented.
the agricultural college, nave been
W L A rant
tine, up to date mail wagon, As all W H Mahoney
W e also make our own couches and lounges and carry a large line of
very ill with diphtheria, but are now
E u g enia Phillips
would be proud of the daily visits of Daisy Warn er
Le nor# Eiscle ’
such a wagon, everyone should lend a Sadie Lynn
Little lva Hartman is said to have
another atta ck of appendicitis.
H O P W IR E
S ^ I L .E W
F E N C B W O R K S
SALEM SlEAM LAIiNORY
tit k t Pniilnj Cam
The dance given Saturday night at
Ira Y ocum’s was a decided success.
Peter Dyck is a g *» m cook, bu
Mm# Ivuth Bcwley, of Tillamook, i* wishes he had a huu ek es|*r to .help
visiting at the home of J . T. Lady.
him a n a n g e thing# n o r e tastefully.
Rain falling ami snow rapidly dis
T h e depot was considerably improv
appearing; high water is looked for.
ed last week by a c o a t o pan.i
J a c o b Bolder is to build a large cow
F -i tners an* kept bury caring for
barn. He Im# a finely equipped dairy
aud teedin^ their stock.
with a circu lar saw attached, both run
Born, n few days since, to I he wife by a small «team engine
iheir prune orchard well trimmed and
of Joseph Flannery, a daughter.
♦ • •
N e a r l y F o r f e i t s h i a Li f e.
A runaway almost ended fatallv,
C le a n sin g '
»tarled i linnihle ulcer on the leg of |
H e a lin g
J B. Orner, Franklin Grove, III. For
C u r e for
j four M'ar» ii di tied »11 doctors and ¡ill
j remedies. B u t Huckleii’s a m i c i
Salve li.ol no trouble to cure him
1 Equally gisal lor horns, bruises, «kin
Ely'» Cream Balm
• ruption# and piles. 2.5 cents at all
K*sy end |d«a-«i.t to us
C ontaina no
It is quickly absorbed,
i Gives relief st owt.
It open» ft mi Cle»»*es
Cluirlr* «ti.l K r.uk M i.ternon p l a n t , ----------------- -
_ _ , be Nftssl PftiMtfe»
irl 1.000 . I r . w b a r r ) h i m , o n tlx J . || i
Hurl. hi tilul unr mile north of lirri' n-, 1 . wl,j
t, th • i»i,int.n,n,. K<«•’.— th.
■ ml .fivr llir hi*h w .tr r uf I,at wt-.k vr»-» >1
nol * plant i, h f l In ti ll the lair.
¿ « * ’vork.
QQLD *** HEAD
K m hi »f our Burn* Vial* chiten»
gui c i i g h t in »heir Imite r m in e » b_y
ihe riefe, «ivi- ackitottl. tlg m m t <>f »
• h i l f , public in Ihe l« k e tie w ili.,
tri. t. New .tifi,invile (urtile Ou» weck
: *iH prnh.l.ly curre,» Ihe error rtml
1 ilici lliiuk will buld lite clami» with-
P l& O S C U R E
C O N S U M P T IO N
the House Furnishing Company.
269 Liberty street, Salem, Oregon.
DALLAS COL LEGE
Stores at Salem -nd
Courses not Excelled in the Slate.
T Piano, Organ, Harmony, Composition
C. W . K A N T N E R ,
! Studio in dorm itory.
If U need a high grade
watch or have a watch
that needs repairing.#.#
P F E N N IG ,
Jeweler and Optician.
W IL o O .N B L O C K .
A $10 OR $12 SUIT FOR $7
1» not * n everyday opportunity for Ihe m sn
serviceable all wool suit fur everyday wear.
| AN $13 OR $20 SUIT FOR $14
is nol to be found every day either, but the-e nre actual sampl»# off
our genuine reduction# on a big lot of «„its
W e invite you to
come and see for yourself. Prices
n | l.»in figures. Sweater# at I
20 per ee nt oft'. Oven-oats, extra pant#, g« If nhm«, e«c. also grea*-a
None reserved. Now is the time for the economical|
man. Odd# aud ends ami broken line# are to be cleaned out re-
gardle## ol cost. Ke Member first comer# gel the t>eat •elec tions
SALEM WOOLEN MILL STOREl
Opposite Capital National hank and lmad-
quartora for Salem made Idankvta. tlaiumls
clothing. Indian robe*, and ladiea suitings.