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r<E POLK COUNTY ITEMIZcR
OL'K STAFF OF HCSTLEKS. Women a J Well «
en very tin«* rose« to be planted at the
west front of the court house,
DA LLA S, F R I D A Y , MOH ) 3 . 1 9 0 3 .
W H A T T H E Y HAVE TO SAY A BO UT
T H E D O I N G S IN T H E C O U N T Y .
Kev. J . K Baldwin, of Independ
ence. was yesterday supposed 10 I k > at
A n U n e q i H H c d a n d C o m p l e t e Re
the point of death in the Salem ho»-i s u m e of W h a t Y o u r F r i e n d s are
pital, where tie went .1 mouth ago to
a n d Have Been Lately Do in g .
be t euicd for la giippe.
Are Made Miserable by
c u t * ! . It would do !»etter if bo Would
make hi» order apply to all alike.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS i
Joh n A Mi'Is im- sol | hi» Racket
store to a gentleman from North Ya m
bill, and invoicing commenced T u e s
day. !• is reported that Mr. Mill»
will go to Sab-m ami |x>*Mhly go into
the New Yo rk Racket «tore with hi» ,
fa'.heiinlaw, Mr. Bartie».
PLOW S *
HARROW S ^ WAGONS
Kldnsy troubl« preys upon the mind, dls-
LTIV A TO RS ^
courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
a .. w
a s h ,
We have a Carload of Buggies, Wagons and .Spring
disappear when the kid
Montgomery school report f j r the Y ou K n o w W h a t Y o u A r e T a k i n g .
«D IT O » AND P H O P R irio R .
T h e M hhoiis contem plate erec ting a
neys are out of order
W agons Coming.
When you take Grove’» Taaltde»»
month of F ebruary : Average daily
5 0x80 brick store building udjoiuiug
I attendance. 2 0 ; tardy, 0 ; visitors, 1 0 ; Chill Tonic, because the formula i»
Kidney trouble haa th* it hall ami tilling the space he
Never before did we have so much or so
become so prevalent tween the R. M. Wade »tore and the
1 neither absent nor tardy, h a il Brown, plainly printed on every botile, »how-
H U B 8 C K 1 F T IO N K A T E S :
great a variety of thiug-t for the farmer.«.
Y jj that It is not uncommon crtaiuery.
Filim eli Notion, K ^ ie ami Haiti«.* At- h'R that it is »imply Iron and Inumine
for t child to be bom
f i 50 ......................................... Per y* ar ar der, Lillie and Edward Beven», Du in a la*tele*» form. No cure. 110 p»y . /j
All kinds of machine oil.
Ph ase notice that Tuesday’s Orego
$ 7 5 ................................ Per »ix mouths lev ami Victor Bateiielor, Walter Guy
1 neys. If the child urtn- nian had a special item from it» I n
N ^ O K - T va H a D A L L A S .
p i ............................Per three mouth» er and Alpha Hooker.- Edith Mill
ates too often, if the dependent e
V«lvei ti»ing rate» made known on teach«, r.
Miss Id.i Faul, of Salmon River, i- urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child Fra nk Blanchard.
Tills item was
»^liiOitiu u. Correspornience 1» solicit*
working for her sister, Mrs. Will reaches an age when it should be able to prtn 'td word for word in tlie Itemizer
control the passage it Is yet afflicted with
Brown, who has a new baby bov.
bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of two weeks ago, and a week later by
F in e J o b Printin g «Ione at reasonable
Miss Lelia Syrou and her »»idei the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first the Enterpiibc, but now appearing in
FA C TS IN F E W LINES have
should be towards the treatment of the Oregonian as freth news.
g* ne to their home on G«/o»e-
these important organs. This unpleasant
Pari» ha» 1,310 factories.
trouble is due to a diseased condition of the
U S. Special Agent Vaile is here
T H E SUPER IO R .
A diet of garlic 1» a wonderful aid to
Dan Boyer was here visiting his kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as haiking over postoffive matters with
1 Postmaster Merwiu.
brother, Jo h n .
D i» superior 11 principle and test the complex ion.
Women as well as men are made mis
The czar of Itusslu has established a
ed capacity for feeding any and all
erable with kidney and bladder trouble,
Charles F Sm ith Ims purchased the
kind* of material to be threshed by a ten hour working day.
*ick with lagrippe, and Ann a Mitchell and both need the same great remedy. Nellie Patterson r* idence.
»•-parator, either ljo »e or bound. By
A mail should weigh twenty-six
lias been working for her.
taking off the knives, which will re
(Buts. R. Fitchard, a prominent Imp
Sw a m p -R o o t is soon realized, It Is sold
pounds for every foot of his height.
quire two or three minute», it is »»
Lott Brown has
returned from by druggists. In fifty-
The most valuable byproduct pro
f ' jYTit___ i dealer here, will soon go on a three |
¡cent and one dollar
months’ business trip to Utica. N. Y.
wet! ad.mted to threshing loose »tuff dneed on the farm Is the sUlmmilk.
sizes. You may have
n* it i* f> r »heave». 1 am ready to
Some of the new things for spring are here and
Whitewash made of quicklime and
Two weeks ago E lm er E Yarned
.1 >lin Sloan, who li is made his home j sample bottle by mall
t< »t it» capacity and quality of work wood ashes will destroy moss on tiles.
are coming in every day, Our spring stock
at O . H . Cobb’s for t De l a * t year, had ! free, also pamphlet tell- Horn« of »w&mpRoot. cut his knee with an ax. Dr. Butler
i 1 couqietition with any other appli
The number of laborers required to .1 paralytic stroke Friday and is in a I jpg
abovp it. including many of the 1 treated the case a short time and then
the best and most fashionable we have ev
ance for the itame purpoa*. T he con cultivate the tea crop of India is tkXJ,*
thousands of testimonial letters received Mr. Y arm 11 went to the hospital ai
testant in 11st set a first c U m tln esh-
er handled, as we only buy fiom tried and relia
j from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Ktimer Salem. We learn that he will have
i ig outfit witfi'n 6 or 8 miles of J)al-
Will 11 ol nan and W alte r Doltcdi, 8t Co.. Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and | to have his leg am put »ted.
ble manufacturers. There are many reasons why
Two roots nml the trunk of a fossil
1 im , ami
have enough material for
who have been cu tting wood for Mr. mention this paper.
Jlolverson’s is Salem’s Best Store. One fact alone
li «If a day or m >re o f test. They are
Robbins, have returned borne.
j George Con key leaves the employ of
Lo not make anv mistake, but re
to show their best capacity, quality
covers all and that is we have every kind of mer
F A Dooly soon and takes another
and quantity of work and the amount
| posit ion her«*. George is one of the 1
chandise you want at prices that are all right.
Kilm er’» S *ump-Roo t, and tbe ad*
finny is greater than in any other from several months in the east.
of power and lime required. Then I
most popular clerks in town and the
Each and every piece of goods in this stock is es
will set the Superior on the same out
store that secures his services is to be i
C old s Are D a n g e r o u s .
There are slxty-flve steamers on the
fit and te»t my $120 feeder against
pecially chosen to tlte requirements of the trade
Swiss lakes. The largest can trans
How often you hear it rem arked :
$120 cash to l»e p'aced in the hands of
know so well, and the greatest care is used to
port 1,200 passengers.
I t ’s only a cold/’ and a few day» later
someone agreed upon. The »aid cash
L if e G u a r d s .
serve our customers with all the attention)due them.
The median age of the white popula Ic rn »hat tile man is on his back
is to he paid to me if I am aucoessful
Th«' Life Guards are two regiments
M ONM OUTH
tion in the last census year was 23.4 with pneumonia. This is of such
in tli • contest, but if I f til then the
of cavalry forming part of the British
There were three conversions dur
common occurrence that a cold, how
other party is to uet h ick bin money and of the colored 10.7 years,
household troops. They are gallant
ami in.v feeler. T he ro n fe jt is to he j
During the lust ten years 275 acci- ever »light, should lx.t be disregarded
soldiers, and every loyal Bri'ish heart
over the ipiality and quantity and | dents, involving 801 deaths, have oe-
is proud of them. Not only the K in g ’s
teract* any tendency U ward pneu
the line? and power required
Each turn'd to people «•limbing the Alps.
Postmaster Lucas is still in Port household, but yours,ours, everybody»
It always cure» and is pleas land under treatment for -deafness should have itn life guards
of us is to choose * judge and limy to
The income of the Suez canal last monia
»elect the third judge. The Superior'« year was $19.-150. (H)(), being dues from ant to take. Sold by Wilson Drug Co caused by lagrippe.
of them is «»specially gre at when the
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greatest foes of life, diseases, find al
ca >uc t. in average length of straw C 8,001) vessels which passed through it.
Another family from Nebraska has lies in the very elements, hm cold»,
OAK M fLL V IC IN ITY .
sb »111 7,200 -heave* an hour. It does
Fifty thousand Christmas postcards
influenza, catarrh, the grip and pneu
it» work without chugging or niiuat* designed and printed in London have
F T Sh iite ha» about 100 liens sml of stock and household goods.
monia do in the stormy month of
ur.tl reacting, retarding
been ordered for sale o?i the coutinent.
maikets almost a packer of egg.-a
mouii .I from the cylinder, thu» proving
Mr. Henson has torn down the old March. T h e he.-t way that we know
Twenty-five survivors of the eruption Week.
i t to be light ou the power, and giv at St. Pierre, Martinique, are adver
house on the corner north of the nor of to guard against these diseases ii*
ing greater a.-sur.uico of thr sbing tised us an attraction at a circus in
Much spring work was done during mal school and will erect a new one to strengthen tin* system with Hood’»
Sarsaparilla— the greatest of all life «i?
and cleaning without waste. T o i 11- Berlin.
the spring weather.
A carload of poles has arrived for guards. It removes the conditions in
troduee the .Superior into the market,
The motto “Dieu et Mon Droit” was
Doc Miller and L. I. Buracil are the Monmouth and Lewisville tele which these diseases make their most *
I offer it to anyone who lias a good
Tlte undersigned will sell at cost his entire stock
first assumed by Edward ¿II. of Eng making fence.
successful attack, gives vigor and tone
machine and a season’» threshing en
land when be took the title of kiug of
of goods, consisting ot dry goods, groceries, boots
gaged, wi'li or without pay for one
Mr. L achine, of S m i th f x l d , will
Kenneth Campbell is hauling lu m to all the vital organ» and functions,
shoes, hardware and notions, Sale will con
harvest’s threshing If not sold before
Dr. Heinz, professor of therapeutics work tin- Fern and Gilliam hop yards. ber for a big barn ou his farm south
close of the season, it could then be
for GO days. I will keep a full line of gro
of the University of Erslangen, advises
system the greater the exposure to | »
Mis» Edith Miller was at home over
purchased. Price made known on ap
dut ing this sale and will sell them cheap
long, deep and quick breathing for cur
The owners are working on the disease. H o . m J ’ s Sar.-ap u ilia makes
Sunday from her school at Montgom-
plication to 'Thomas Elliott, Clay
er than any house outside of Portland. Call and
Denny ccal mine east of Bethel. A the system strong.
Street, Dallas, Oregon.
Cleburne, a town in Texas, possesses
company lias been organized and
be convinced. This is no fake sale.
a gray billnlle tomcat that is thirty
R .C K R E A L L .
stock will soon be offered for sale.
COUNTY COU RT.
Weil A g a i n .
years old. The aoimuj has no teeth uiul
T h e many friends of J o h n Blount
Peter Cook’s grandcon, O. val Price
Is unable to mew.
T r a g e d y A verte d.
will be pleased to learn that he has
from Needy, is lu re issisting iu the »
Twenty-five thousand black silk entirely recovered from his attack ol
Sibley, J .
" J u s t in the nick of time our little store.
P a i l hov wus saved’, writes Mrs. \V. VV’at-
lh the matter of the Win. Savage handkerchiefs have been ordered by rheumatism 1
A. F . Stoner anil Mrs. L. C. B*own 9
minor heir» the gusidi m was ordered the British admiralty for the navy Balm cured him after the best doo kins of Pleasant City, Ohio. “ Pneu
ms in the town (Motion, 1 nd.) hud monia had played sad havoc with have returned from Salt Creek.
to turn over to Mrs. Savage, mother from a Macclesfield firm.
The whole number of Seminole Indi tailed to give relief. 'The prompt re him and a terrible cough set in be
of «aid minor», the old not«» on hand,
F ra n k Gibson went to Sab'm to »e*
bel I ruin pain which this lin im en t af sides. Doctors treated him, but he
to lie credited with same.
is but 33‘J . Nearly all of them are in fords is alone worth many limes its grew worse every day. At last we l i- uncle Doug, who is iu the hospital
T h e tifili report of 'h e guardian of the Florida everglades.
tiied Dr. K in g ’s New Discovery for t In re.
cost. For .-ale by Wilson Drug Co
the J . k Taylo r minor heirs wus filed.
The greatest number of complete Bl-
Consumption, and our darling w .* j
T h e en tertainm en t here Monday
T h e administrator of the Mary J . blew ever Issued in one year—viz, 939,-
»■•*'cd. Lie’s now sound and well.” evening by S . R Young was much
M'lxlev e-tate was authorized to »ell 700—was sent out In 1901 by the Brit
Í can »ave money for y u on hop wir *. Direct shipmen t from «»astern mill.
Everybody ought to know it’s the o n ♦ njoye«l by a good size«! audience.
Larkin Grice and J . C. ('annoy talk ly sure cure for coughs, colds and all
real pro| *er’y without notice, and ish Foreign Bible society.
Prices always the lowest on wire and wire fencing. Correspondence solicited.
Mrs. J o h n Burgard is up from Port
the real property of 'h e D. J W hite*
W A L T E R MOULE Y
Guaranteed by all
There are 3,900 window glass pots In of buying Henry F a w k ’s old tlin sli- lung disease*
Mker estate was authorized to be sold the country, hut owing to the limited ing machine.
dr ¡ggists. Price 50c and $1. Trial land to see her parents, W E . ('lark
ami wife, who have been greatly trou S A
L E I S ’
in 'h e same way.
number of sk lied workmen It Is only
William Best and Horace Sykes butties free.
bled with lagrippe. SteUa Sm ith is
'The time for filing inventory of the possible to operate 2.300 pots.
have the measle.-.
stay mg 1 here.
0 . C. Walker estate was extended 30
A Spanish ducat belonging to the pe
L. D G'hsou h i* a new gang disc
riod of Philip IV. of Spain, 1021 to
Mis« Elsie K«*yt has been sick and
1025, ha» been found by a Mashona- plow.
MBs Lena Wolfe ha- been home on a
C OLLEG E NO I E S.
land volunteer near Mufeking.
R S. Evans ting strawberry plants visit
Stormy weather ii- int«»rf«»ring
pring work, l ut much plowing
Of »pot!e»s clniract« r— our 1 umlry
T h e V. W . C. A. will send twi del* ■ A portable seat for messenger boys for J . \N . White and F. v . Hturbuck
Many young lambs arc being lost seeding was «lone during the
workers Mini y «nr »bins, w h e n l l « y
eg.ties to the Northwest convention at has Us*ii Invented. A tired lad carries re-owrd a piece of frozen out oats.
It concealed beneath his coat when not
■ •a account of the wet and cold weath wt at her, and tl weir s r* in Ido* m
kii" w « ach « thcr. 'Tin ii.t roduct « n
Capitol.t in M iv.
in use. but it will usually he in use.
«i«l»eixls i'|«o y « 11. .Inst H i d us
( I oji t »Ix ariog h 1» commenced
'The » rm g est c Jlegt orators of the
Germany sold Russia nearly $700.nnn
your tid«he»>. Will call I« r M m goo
Georgia Fhriver, of Dallas, Inis been ley Edziir ha.- l«> 1 »« vcr.*l sheep, c
st.i'e are entering tm» local prohibit ion worth of plows last year. The plow in 1’ h ci icic, win* i> very low with con-
and inti« iocc ibem lo « nr v- ik«is.
tlie guest of Lulu 1 uruer.
Collierts ol tiieir colleges in order to use in that country has wheels at the -111.ip. i on.
W« send tlu'in back «>o tim«' ami y« u
t*k e t i e *» tug caati priz -s givju in the beuui tip. h o It does not have to ho held
Work has l »•gun in the Imp yi
will wear them with the piiile »but
H I . L.i' 11 ‘Iin h s sold Ids interest
VV'wefut G h o d r e n .
»'.ale contest here May lot.
Hi nee June 7 more than 95.000 British
; reine.*« frem liuvixg a frieml in your
n lie iloiiiiug mill here a 1 id moved George P* wiheier i- working f«»r
L«avc orders with F un k
The girls basket bill team w.ia dc- officers and men have left South Afri
. Dili of Mr P. L McPherson, 59 N away.
Muscott 01 Salem »tage
fc.ted Iasi F inlay night by the Ui< k- ca. Tills is believed to constitute a
Several from Crowley and
M r. f laukiii1 ton, wife and (laugh-
leali go Is team, «c**re 2 to 15
1 he world's record iu the transport of
sleep Im* »wo or (I ree lynirs in the 0 1 s, of Bridgi poit. haw been vi»iting Grove inie d t«* hoar Aaron J o n e s at
im xperience of the team »ml llie ah- troops.
curly pa a I of ill«* night, which made it her parents, Mr. Wise and wife.
Mon mouth Sat ur«b«y.
The agricultural returns of Great
mi 1 ce, through sickness, of a forward
I very hard for her parents. Her mo
COLONEL J . O L M S T E D , PROP .
gave the game to belter placer« of Britain for 1902 show that the total
T here was 1 gathering at the home
Mr». Ii. M Smith has been down
ther concluded that the child bad
under crops ami grass was 32,387,700
-tomscli trouble, and gave her half of imm Mon m tub visiting her daugh of Emerson Mania last week to ex
acres, a decrease of 29,480 compare«!
«•no of Ch mb* 11 iu’s Stom ach and ter, R om », who is It aching at this press sympathy f«>r A. Heise. whose
home was burned.
Liver Tablets, which quieted
A h » thanks offering for his good
-tomach, and she slept the whole
T here will be services at the Crow
health Pope Leo X I I I . proposes to
T o C u r e a Cold in one Day.
11 ght through.
Two boxes of these
ley ami Oak Grove «'liurches Sunday
erect a home for the aged poor In Ills
’Take Laxative Bronx) Quinine Tab
Tablets have effected a permanent
native town of Carplncto, Perugia, at
March 19th will I»« the la t m eeting
c u e and she is now well and strong lets. All druggi-t* *d'foinl the iiicney
a cost of $200,000.
if it fails to cure. E \V Grove’s sig for thi- season of tlx Oak G-ove liter
For hale by \\ i!i-«m Drn ><’«».
Judge M. M. Sheldon of Macon, Mo.,
ary soeiety, In addition to the usual
nature is on each box. 25c.
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SALEM AND ALBANY.
la a C o m m o n Spring Trouble.
married a young couple recently and
program there will he an e x t ra pro
OAK G ROV E.
gram furnished by tlx* A I) A C All
I t’, a sign that the blood t. drtirient left out the word “obey” In the cere
T h e Largest Furnitu re, Carpet and Wall Paper dealers in the W illam-
IN D EPEN D EN CE.
In order to make sure that
The house occupied by A. Heise
¡«re invited to co m e and see tbe fun.
«•tte valley »hove l ’oillaiid. Have a correct inensurement of your
In vitality, juat aa piinpira and other mony.
both parties should be aware of the «ml an.lb burned to the ground
M r Wvsniig and son are visiting
rooms and windows when you co me for carpets, wall paper ami shades.
eruption, are aigna tliut tiio blood
omission he called attention to It.
Tuesday, March 3rd, Being very dry, tlx'ii fr ml, Mr. S« hriv«T, here. They
W e cu t shinies to fit. without charge and make them in any width.
Oak Grove churc h Saturday.
Grout Britain Is still the greatest tea it burned so rapidly that the family b *w j u - t atriv. d fr< m Woof!ford conn
W e make our own mattresses and each is exactly as represent««!.
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I t', a w arning, too, which ouly tho drlqking country. The consumption 1» hud time to save only a few of tln i r ly, Illinois, and arc looking for »» farm
W e also make our own couches and lounges and carry a large line of
C L. Hubbard ami J . G VanOr.-«lel
five pounds per head of the populu- ! h'.OH. h dd «• IT. « t-* The following Sal- to make a homo in Polk county, hav
haxurdou, fail to hoed.
were in the metropolis ye»ter«l iy.
tlou. In Switzerland it Is estimated at ! I urda\ evening the neighbors showed ing sold out in Illinois.
one and a half pounds per bend and In 't h e i r sympttlhy by ga b.r in g at tbe
J . II Moran »pent a few days in
the United States about one pound per < Inline of K I.. H a m s , where the fam-
I'm Hand on land business last week.
I ily are *ta>ing at present vciy getter-
Sev« rnl i>f our c I lie ns have been in
Itemove it, give uew life, new cour
Practical measures are now In prog • 11-ly taking with them bankets and
2(>9 Liberty street, Salem, Oregon. Stores at Salem and
ress with a view to exploiting the vnrl l*ox«‘s heap<d with necessities, until a Pmtlai «1 trying to get the railroad
age, strength and animation.
goodly amount was collected. The «ompanv to make changes in the run
They cleanse the blood and clear tho
elsewhere on the direct east, rn route. 1 hou.-e, which was the property of E. niug of the trains to m ake it more
- up «id«* to the people along the Cor +
The Egyptian government has granted L. Harris, was not insured.
A ccep t no substitute.
vaili» and west »id«», but someone -j*
concessions for this purpose to Edward
-p ih d their plan» «n.d the project Í
" I tell tired all the tim e and could not
Nicluills, an Englishman.
Courses not Excelled in the State.
After takin g Hood's Sarsaparilla
I*. A. Danforth of LaGi.nige, G t.. failed.
Hitierian merchants are loudly com
a while I could sleep well nml tho tired
plaining that Manchuria and ports In -uffered for six months with a fright
City Marsh tl Hubbard ha« issued * + H - H * + - H 4 + + + + + + + + + + + + i * v 4
New spring styles—men and hoys.
feeling had «one. This great incdhin« has
Hlberia are tlood«*d with American. ful running M*re on his leg, hut ordeis t«> thr«*«» tinhorn gamblers that +
also cured me of scrofula." M r s . C. M.
German, Japanese ami other foreign vrites that Bin kb n’s Arnica Halve they nm-t stop gambling, and that 4*
worth at from $1 to $t.
R oot , (Ulead. Conn.
good» and that Russian trade la d!» wholly cured it in five d«vs. For ul-
C. W. K A N T N E R , DIRECTOR-
appearing. Energetic measures are de «'<•>», womuls, pile-, i t ’s t l t e liest Ill V« til* co mpD in t and have them pr *se-
H o o d ’s Sarsaparilla promises to
! Stiidi«» in dormitory.
c u r s and keeps th o promise.
mnndcd. particularly a frontier guard ill i lie world. Cur« guaranteed. O 11-
ly 25 «us. Hold by *11 drug e ist s.
•mill« lent to prevent smuggling.
^ Big assortment of colored and fancy combinations.
If U need a high grade
8 A L T CRCCK.
C lean sin g
and H ea lin g
(!«•««. H»»rr sml A .1 Baxter
C u r e for
that needs repairing.**.*«
| «•adì (••«»«! more img» for nisrkel.
('■ w I mmbd Kvaav F riday M ouxim * A? 7:30
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
A. R. TOZIER
F E l S r O E W
O R K S
Mail Orders Will Receive Prompt Attention
m m 4* * m %% m * * m * * m .* % m m
SilEM S U M LAUNIIRY
Ths House Furdshm^ Company
H o o d ’s Sarsaparilla
a n d P ills
the House Furnishing Company.
H A N D S O M E SPRING
SH IR TS—SW EA TER S
Van O rsdel, Hayes & C o .,î
REAL E S T A T E D E A L E R S
F A R M S AND C I T Y L O T S
PnreliMMng a ^ n t for W C MH ’luro, of Saeinaw
Michigan, nml <*th*T r.’Mt«Tn timk-r ilealers. D
1, u p 8 t : l i r s , \\ H ho II I>(ii t l i n g .
Mi»» Lilv Baxter, «t thè sia la
vermty, 1« baving tr«*ubb* wifli
e\e- od may bave U» give tip study
ing for a lime.
Il* 1 ry Gillmn s i l i return
Kaptern Oregon and fami tl»e
O j r geiual connty auiierintemlent
w..s wilh ti» recentlv, lo« ling teoch*
ers. \\ e are alway» glad lo »« e Inni,
bui thè numlxir of douglintit» he cari
gel ouf»i«le of stnke» terr«*r to Ih«
Rarlon R'irg» arili leave in J n n e for
\Vadiing'«utl oliere lie arili engagé in
We ar«- »««rry lo I*.««« him,
«a he and In» «»tiinable wife »re lavor-
iU» wilb all.
S3 W I N T E R S H I R T FOR SI.50.
j| Men and hoys’ winter suits going at
Ely's Cream Balm
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P FE N N IG ,
Jeweler and Optician.
W IU -O N BLOCK.
SALEM WOOLEN MILL STORE
Opposite Capital National bank and head
quarters for Salem made blankets, flannels
clothing, Indian robes, and Indies suitings.