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GPUH'ATr.S CAN HE
THIS SCH(H l. AS THE li
Facts Worth Noting
Enrollment of students past year 468.
All graduates placed In good positions.
Filled but 50 per cent applications (or office help.
Reputation lor thorough and personal Instruction.
Safe and refining Influences.
Send for new Folder and Success Stories
Messrs. Stall and Darst -liavii g withdrawn from the Cuaimiuss
& Davis Land Co., the bu.i:.ess will be conducted as before under
the name of
GfcimiNS & DAVIS
We have one of the largest lists of Farm and City Property in the
county to choose from and if you want to "buy or sell anything we
would be pleased to have you call and see us.
New Listings of Desirable Farms
All parties who have farms for which they desire quick sale
are requested to call and list their property with us.
"3 Si" '
A. C. MAGERS. Proprietor
Standard Liquor Co.
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
WINES, LIQUORS Sp CIGARS
148-156 S. COMMERCIAL STREET
CHARLES SAVAOE, LESSEE
Special Attention to Commercialand
160 Court street. Telephone 209 Main
Telephone and Messenger Service at Hotel
ifi by a W SilLiii
crIrfnts nn.! ChiMron.
The Kind You Sieve
THI IIRTftUR iUMn, TO CIT.
ft lF 1,1
V For Over
h j BUSINESS fOLLEGE
FOUND EVtKYWHFHE POIVTIXTO
LA .N KOP THHK KEyAKtiAHU M'CCESSj
tu.iiLiuii milium liuujl,
liriTiiniiT rHto:c -
For Style or Beauty
We have them. All of the popular
shapes and popular priced Shoes
WE DO FINE REPAIRING
345 State Street, Salem, Oregon
TELEPHONE MAIN 175
iSllu Compion Uhl Uh a painful
an id nt one fvniliiH Ittxt iMfk.Whlli
feeding bis tok, In ran mraw Into
hit llt ), It penetrating deep
ciioiikIi lo make 4 never wound
w hl h bird freely.
lr. luxby U now "hi to be about
fur a uluful lllut-Mt.
It aa iiecenMiry for. Mr. and Mr.
A. llanaou to lake their dniiKhter,
llcrtha. buck to the hospital at Sa
lem lut Wednetday. Shn had Jimt
rfturiM-d hom on lh ir'vtou Krb
day from thi honpltul h. rc ln hud
uiul-TKOiu nu tinTtUon.
Mis Kthfl Slmf.r nd Mra. Vl
lU irt wire triiKHiitug I kI fculiu'
In lailiH lust Monday.
Mr. Truitt wun hii Id pi'iKli-uci-xUltor
Mr. und Mm. Win. KiiafT of for
valli p.lit Siiturduy n4 Snday
lih Mr. Sbufvra nioilur, Mr. A. t:.
Shaf.T of thin plfti'e.
Mrs. A. Haunon wtiit to Sub iu
Momlay on Skinner' bout to be Uh
Ikt daiiKliliT who U In tb liot-pilal
at that place.
rothr O. L. Sullivan, l 1. M.
Illble lecturer of Brooklyn, New York
will pr.-uih In the IliKhland hool
house Sunday. November 7. at 3:00
p. m. All ar cordially luvltvd to at
tend, rndenominuiionul, h.ui fit v,
Jesse Johnson und George Swear
iiiKen were Monmouth traders Satur
day. James Goodman and Mr. K. Chirk
spent Saturday and Sunday at Sab m
Dave Hail of near Falls City, an
anont f'r the Albany nursery, was
Walter Johnson of Independence
vi.si.ed with his parents, Lafe John
sou ai'.d wife, Monday.
Pearl Fishback was a Dallas visit
or last Tuesday.
Marion Smith of LewUville was in
this vicinity Friday.
Allie Griffith- is at Salmon River
this week visiting his mother, Mrs.
H. Kstes of Talmage was here
Wednesday on business.
The warm, genial showers were
very welcome to in st everyone but
there always will be people who are
not grateful for the good tilings God
Lloyd and Irwin Springer went to
Jefferson Saturday returning Sunday.
They were accompanied home by
their sister, Miss Lillle Springer.who
has spent the past month with her
sister. Mrs. Klamppe of that place.
Sheriff ,1. M. Grant and wife drove
over from Dallas Wednesday for a
visit wi-.h the latter's relatives.
T. A. Riggs went to Portland Fri
day. He is on a deal in which he is
about to sell his grocery business.
II. S. Chase is spending a fortnight
with his son, Oliver,, in Marion
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lu
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is senior partner of the firm of
F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business
in the City of Toledo, County and
State aforesaid, and that said firm
will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED
DOLLARS for each and every case of
Catarrh that cannot be cured by the
use of Hall's Catarrh Cu.-;. FrtANK
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of De
cember, A. D. 1886. A. W. Gleason,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is tkaen intern
ally, and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials free F. J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by
all druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
pation. Old Wheat Flour
Everyone knows that old wheat
flour is superior to flour made from
new wheat. Remember that all our
brands of flour are made from old
wheat, we having reserved enough
to last us until the first of the
year. Be sure and ask your grocer
for our brands of flour made from ole
wheat and take no other. -Oregon
Milling and Warehouse Co, 18tf
Everybody who is interested in mu
sic will please come to the Baptist
church Monday night. Prof. Davis
of Corvallis will be there that night
to organize a class.
Mr. Viola floptr boru Auisuni
Jl, lr.. In Cooper Hollow. I'olk
cxiunly, Oregon, Hha tlio duii!i
lr of Mr. an4 Mr. II. M Cooper.
Hht r-.'pt-ri" her fai'.ti !a Jt-s'.is
ChrUt at tho a, of lltlrtHH yenm
and btHtit a meiiitier of Ui I1i
ChrUtian t hurt h of Injepemb-ni , Or-
8kt married to L. M. rU'per
lu June. 1ST.V To ( belli aerw bom
all tlitldreii, five of hoiu urle bn
on haln died at the age of aeveii
yeara. Mr, Hloper, h r bualiaiul. died
May 13. ISKI, leaUnu her a widow.
Mr. Hloper ti lived la or mar
Independence all her Uf-. Kh died
lu Albany. Oregon, October I'S. l!.
at 6:2i) l'. M. A nioilier, flvi dill-
drn and four brodiera ar left to
mourn her h.
"'Tla awwt to thlnk h n atruKKllim
Tho aoal of life to win.
Thai Jimt beyond the alittre f time
The better yeara bKln.'
For Salo Cheat and vetch aeed,
al.o fr. h milk cow. Apply to Ho
mer Hill. -0:'3
Self filling at a magic touc h
And a aelf cluaaer too,
Tba price you'll find la aot too uiiiok
Far tb oa Uat Just lulu )0i.
It tllla ltaelf. It ftlU all neHla
For tlia uttim, icUonl ur d"i;
Among them all the on that Uadi
la Faber'a Fountain Ten.
At all Prices
Is to stay on a farm with your nose
down on the grindstone year utter
year, making barely rnough to tide
you ov -r from one crop until mini ti
er, or wt rking in a prune Orchard
part of the season for someone else
to make enough to run your farm the
next year. Are you In this class? If
so, get out of the rut. Get up onto
the trail and kick up a dust.
Is to plaut your farm out into an Ap
ple, Pear, Peach, Prune or Cherry
Orchard and raise something for
which the world is crying and for
which it Is willing to pay. A good"
Orchard is the best real estate agent
you ever had If you want to sell, and
the best income producer, when you
want to live on Easy Street. For
prices on fruit trees write to
0. W. PENIBAKER
990 South 12 street, Salem, Oregon.
Buena Vista, Oregon.
The ferry that crosses the
Most direct route to Jefferson,
Sclo, SUedburne, Salem and Al
bany from all points in South
ern and Central Polk county.
G L Hawkins
Monuments and Head
Large or Small Orders De
..-'ft tflnrJlMM Mill)
to awakea wJ Uld lite pure ana
worthy "" " l "" " "'
em awe ia tlx wide worid caa kaoar the htart er
be eadurea, 1 be woaiatt mUo tutor Irum weak
awa aad lrangNmel ul bar special womanly of
ganiam ! Ihe power lo sway Ida htarl ul
a aaan. Her general balib ulf. i and !"
ber good l.k. bee allrapliveae.., toef n','""'l,. , a i M Y .Ilk
ad ber power and preMige a a wnmaa. Dr. K.V. Pierce, ol Buffalo, N.T., wlla)
Ihe eMi'lance of bit u ol able rtiysiriee., hat prewribed lr end eured Biear
IhiMMendt of woniea. He bat dovited a tuwet.lul remedy lor women
Btea.lt. It U know at Dr. .We' I avonie freteiiflioa. It It a potitiva
neciho fur Ihe weaknet.ee d ibtordert peculiar lo wontrn. Il purine., rrlti
lalea, tlreaglheni end bealt. Medicine dealer tell il. No a.arif dealer wiU
advlee you 10 aoeepl a ubititule in order to tnake a lillle larger profit. '
IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG,
SICK WOMEN WELL.
purcm" Yraetaf WW rtgulmm aad Htvmgtlua Stiunmh. I.htr m4 rloaef.
A Fnll and Comp!eteUnc of
Buster Brownand Whiteliouse
Kvry pair war ranted
Also Cotton Blankets and Comforts
1. II. DREXLliR, THE GROCER
Corner of Main anJ Alonmotith Streets
We Make a Specialty of Farm Produce
Tubular Well Drillers
Same price fr wella drilled w ith their new larger
diameter drill. Wclla for irrigation purpoueg.
I . A. S1AIHSON, l'n.ii.
I I'lirm-r ('oililiiel cl:il
j mill St il" Slice!
POLK COUNTY BANK
Paid Capital, $:0,GC3.C0 Transacls a General Banking Business
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
J. H. Hawley, Pros. J. B. V. Butler, Vice Pres. Ira C. Powell, Cash.
F. S. Powell. ' J. B. .
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I K-4 ji$?& yowiffscr do; 1 good
J VJ Ltliings to eat. . . . Tlte easi- V I
M I way a things Il 1
il dfc''$rt'0 bake successfully is by using If
fi JOLYMFIC FLOUR Jj
;:lljyr It is an aid to rather J- &l J
i ' f than atest of your ability." (i
r A u , TM?hr- lliWiilfluAvnft
wl Infinite care is employed in the . !fflihCcf
III scoured by the best modern methods nffeSTrNTK
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AT YOUR GROCER'S
PORTLAND FLOURING MILLS CO., PORTLAND, OREGON
Over man h)
It !! pomtw Vfi V-
, Men and Wouiea.
- "lump. I. M. Simpson.