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MEETING OP. v
PKUlT GJRO WER8
ThsSzle cf Ttls Year's Crcp cf
Strawberries DIsccsscd ;
O. V. AULEN IS WILLING TO TAKE
TUB FRUIT OP THE UNION!
HANDLE IT EFFORTS TO
ilAPB TO CLOSE A PEAL WITH
(From Sunday's Statesman.) -The
Salem Fruit Grower Union
held a meeting In ihe . police court
room of the city-hall yesterday after
noon, for the expmt purpone o( con-
- aide-ring the motet r of contracting or
otherwise disposing' of surplus .Mraw
berrte of this year's product..' A yery
fair representation of the membership
of the Union wan in atetndance and J.
R. Shepard presided as chairman in
ihe absence of L. T. Ueynokls from the
city. .'-".- : : ., . ; : - -
Mr. O. V. Allen, i the cannery man,
was In attendance, and addressed the
members upon the matter of contract -
, Ing thttr berries and staged that,he was
negotiating for the lease of the Salem
Canning Company plant for the com
ing season and a hopeful of being
successful in securing, the same but,
in the event that he should fail to ob
tain a lease upon this plant, he had an
j option upon the lease of the ; Kurtz
inaningMiJk Plant.! which he 1 would
convert Into a canning factory of suf
ficient capacity to at least enable him
to" handle all of, .ihe small fruits, ob-
.. tainable this season and -hoped, to se
cure by-contract r othrwis, all of
. the fruit which Ihe Union could not
dispose of to better advantage. Ha
i could noj. at th present time, make
any definite -offer; as to -the price, but
Thought th.it he would be safe lni of
fering to tike all, of the "first-class
fruit at the rate of ZV. cen.tsi'peT' pound,
that is for the bet canning varieties,
such an the Wilson'. Clarks. Ideals,
etc. and .-rta reasonable; proportionate
price "for rther varieti- acr-ording to
.13. Ilofek'. submitted- a resolution to
the effect that the Union pledge, itself
to enter I nlo a contract with Mr. Allen
through the board of directors, and
agreo to. furnish berrk,' amount not
.specified, at the rate of 34 cents for
the varieties named, and to 3 cents
for other varieties, suitable for. can
ning purioes, but the 'resolution did
not meek wlh the approval of the Un
ion for 'the reason that those members
present did not "consider themselves
authorized to Wnd the absent members
, to enter into any such contract which
they considered j an Ironclad obliga
tion. ,After art extended and exhaust
ive debate upon the matter, however,
at 1 ntervals -of hlr-h Mr. Allen was
frequently called upoii toy. decide the
most obstruetlveapolnt, a form of af
fidavit was drawn up and submitted
by Mr. Shepard which seemed to cover
the ground more satisfactory to all
concerned In that it was binding to
none ercept those who subscribed
thereto and to those only in the amount
set opposite their names, which was
adopted by the Union and several sig
natures attached at the close of 'the
meeting. The form follows:
"We. the undersigned members of
- the Baiem Fruit Growers' Union, here
by authorize the board -of directors to
contract the omoiint of berries set
opposite our names to the cannery txt
the best price obtainable.' Borne in
signing! Hits form , designated the
amount they desired to contract in
acreage, while others fixed the amount
i,n pounds. i
After deciding to
hold a ' regular
meeting at the - interval of every two
, weeks, upon Saturday afternoons, the
meeting. adjourned; ;
Lnclc Tom's Cabin to Be Acted at
BY THE PUriUS OF TUB DEAF
MUTE PC 1 1 0 1. O N At'ltIL UT 1 1
. IT Wlt.il BE THE ENTERTTA'IN
ire.N'T -EVENT OF THE .-SEASON
ALL SHOULD SEP IT. .
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- This nteresting" rtory never falte to
' please though presented overan'd over
again. It is a rare .treat, however, to
be privileged to witness lr production
without voice. The ease of gesture
which .the deaf px-ws guarantees a
very: placing show. ;! Vocal and instru
mental maic will le a feature of the
evening. Wlthoiit' 'giving Synopiis
of the program at this time, attention
is called to a few ,r the leading char
acters. Volcclessrnelie Tom who seems
rohave been created for this -" special
f occasion docs not fail .to imitresa the
j audience with his jnesty and general
j wwlh. Follow him from 'the cabin In
"Ole KJ nt uk'V do n to the St. Cla rf
plantation through .the ' slave ware,
house on the Arkansas, and the whole
connected wcejie Is tne of -uJratloa
mingled with feeHrg and pity.
Eva, the little bu terfly of the south
land, w ho loves evrytody that Ood
loves, brings happjneas and sunshine
lnto-fivccy life .she" mt'i. Now , she
read! to pxr Totn from the ''Hresscd
Book," now inrtruct Tonsy in thej way
f of love and right, ami finally breaks
heart end home to her sudden flight to
that happy beyond. ; !
Ophelia. S'luaint NVw England maid,
-will imresji you,1 a much. To her
everything that "has to do who "nlg-
gers - h, "Ho horria ana "sniruess-
The Trequent Jnuts
tMHween her ' and
Topsy will taM d4gtn.
' if j-oU" want-to laush and, cry Is.
quick Mucceswlon be fure tosee "Silent
, Unie1e"Tms Oabln,Ti The pupils f the
school desire toecure some money
for the- purchase of
books foe their il
ibgary. The object
. and the intelligent
ls a deserving one.
public is Invited
Free Admission.. ' "
Many school -children areUe receive
This Is the plan:
"Tickets ate on tale
- fa " ' . - r
at Fatten Bros., T.
Hoi versoo-'s -and - Abe Siiem -Woolen
Mill more. Any lionest-' boy or girl
may receive ticket rofi the above
named places of business for sale. For
every $3 worth of tickets sold the seller
will receive an order for a 35-cent tick
et which will be given him at the box
office on the day of the entertainment.
Friday, April 15th. ; For every J4.S0
worth of tickets sold he w4 receive an
order, f or tie 50 cent ticket which or
der will be honored a above taled.
Boys and girls, this play (WlH be well
advertised and everybody Will want to
seeU The manager expects to glve
out 40 tickets to school children under
this plan. Will you get one? tier
your ticket f any. of the above
named places, sell for cash, turn it in
at ihe store and get an' order for a tic
ket. - , .' '". S : .
Price of rickeU. SL T5c, 50c and 35c
Remember the date, April lb-
ANNUAL SE.SSION OF, THE EyAN
t GELICAL CHURCH AT DALLAS
; j".. - (From Sunday's Statesman.) '
The Oregon , Conference" of the Uni
ted " Evangelical church met in annual
session in Dallas, Oregon; Friday,
April 11. 1902. at 8:30 p. mi . . i -
Bishop W. M. gtarford, D. I.. of
Harrlsburg,' I'a., called; the conference
to order and nductel;a very impres
sive commuhloneervice,1 after which he
gave a practicaT ress. He! claims
that the pure, unadulterated rgospel te
needed to save men. f i'l.
Rev. IL Ai Deek wart elected secre
tary. After the committees were ap
pointed, an executive skm was held
till time of adjournment at noon.
Prompitly at , 1:301 p. m. Bishop .Star
ford called the afternoon session to or
der and the roll of ministers was re
vised and corrected. J, L. Barns, of
Dallas.' was granted license to-preach
Presiding Elder Robig read his' report
of ihe Willamette 'district, which show
ed a marked Increaase in all lines; of
church work over former years. The
president ? f DaMas college made j hi
annual report. " The work of the col
lege has prospered far beyomi tthe
highest eXpectotlons. : After transact
Ing some minor business, the confer
nce adjourned. - . "
A NEW INDUSTRY
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AIRSHIPS TO BE BUILT BY COM
PANY ORGANIZED IN PORT-:
' LANI AHTICLES FILED.
The Far rott ' Serial Navigation Com
pjtny will ""own and control the inven
tions of E. D. Purrott. of Portland, and
will build and operate airships, wfth
headquarters In Portland. The com
pany has a capital of 51.000.000. E. D.
Parrott, W. S. Davis. J. B. Easter, Jos.
Managhan, and H. IL Newhall are the
The tlces Gulch Placer Mines Com
pany win do a general mining business
headquarters Jn Surhpter. The com
pany has a Icapltal of 300,000, . and
David L. Kilfen. Floyd Dennis and E.
F. Warner the the incorporators.
The Electric Coffee Company will'
manufacture and deal in coftees, teas,
spices, extracts, baking powders and
other articles. The headquarters are
in Portland. The capital of the com
pany is $D0J)00." J. P. Johnson, H. -F.
Conner and E." E. Hull-are the Incor
porators. . '
The Cloverlawn Cheese and ; Dairy'
Company, of Olehcoe, Washington
county, will operate a cheese, factory
and a dairy. The company has a capi
tal of $800. J. C Beach, F, Schomburg
and H. W. Smith are the incorporators
and Glencoe will be the headquarters.
THE BALL PLAYERS
TWO GOOD GAMES OF BASKliT
BALL AT UNIVERSITY LAST
NIGHT SEASON'S WORK.
In the University gymnafdiim last
evening the concluding games of the
year; wen played between the- first
teams and socoiyl toams from the city
Y. M. C. A. and the University.- The
first team gamewas won by the Uni
versity boys-by a score of 41 to 13. The
second" team game was won byithe Y.
M. C. A. boys, by a score of 13 to 9.
Both games were" hard fought, from
start to finish and those present had
the opportunity f witnessing some of
the- best playing of Ithe entire weason.
In the second team game the Wlllam
ettes were In the -lead at the end of the
first half, but lost" in the second half.
Out of a series' of five games, this
team has won three.' In addition to
playing these games, the boys compos
ing the wecond team deserve j much
credit for the faithfulness with. which
they practised the first team.
The first teams of, the two institu
tions had not -met 'since early in the
season, and the gne last night showed
great improvement over the fonner
one. At the end of the first half Wil
lamette had 13; the Y. M. C. A, 0. In
the second half ' Fechtcr changed his
position from forward to' guard, tak
ing Fleming's place, while Thlelsen
took Fechter's place at forwarti For
the- remainder of the game, both trams
played a hard, clean game. ' ,
''The season, has been a very success
ful one or Willamette. The showing
of her team Is excellent; several new
payers have been developed and thus
atrong team for next year Is assured.
The interest In the game this year has
been the best ever experlencd at Wil4
lamelte The management closes the
season without and. deficiency, : for
which fact thiinks are due the friends
of the boys in their liberal patronag
of .the games. 5
'Out of the twelve games played, Wil
lamette has wonj seven, having to her
credit 3SI iolnf against ITS. Fol
lowing Is the list of games played and
scores: - 1 i - . ;
W. U -22; Salem Militia . ; '
W. 46; Salem'Y. M. C 'A.
W. U T2; W.-U. t second), .
W.-U.t 10; O. S. N. S., It. i
W. U 30; .'McMtbnvllle College. 3.
, W. U, 39; Liberal University,.'.
W. U, 3; O. A. 1 11. i
W. U4 i; Portrand Y. M. C. A, 40.
W. U, 11; O. A..C, 14. ; j
W. U 28; Cheniawa. 18., 1 f 5
W. U, 11: Portland Y. Mj Cj A,. 31, ;
W. L 41; Salem Y. M. C. A-. 13.
Thus far the young ladies, have play
ed j three games winning each of them.
There may be a game arranged with
the O. A. C. team, but nothing definite
has been made known yet. .
CcIaciU Hirer Casia Cs:rd zi
, X .. inpsrtsst f.!cttlzg ' V
FURNISH PROPOSES TO KEEP THE
I REPUBLICAN MAJORITY UP FOR
EVERY ONE ON' THE TICKET
t1LL PARTICIPATE ACTIVELY
IN THE CAMPAIGN.
PORTLAND, April 12. The Colum
bia River , Basin Board, an organiza
tion recently formed y of commercial
bodies of the state, held a two days
meeting here on Thursday and Friday.
Ellis G. Hughes was elected president;
James M. Moore, secretary; B. Lee
Paget, treasurer, and a. board of eight
directors, representative of the com
mercial clubs of the- principal cities of
the state, was chosen. The board of
directors was authorized and directed
to continue the work of bringing into
the organization thecommercial bo
dies of the Columbia basin, and to
spend whatever funds may be availa
ble to this end. 1
A resolution of congratulation over
the fact; that $400,000 had been added
to the river and harbor bill for the Co
lumbia river at The Dalles was adopt
ed. A paper on "The DalLwf Ce"
Ulo Portasre Railway." was read by Jo
seph Gastoni also one n the need of
a smelter at Portland by O. M. Rosen
dale, a mining engineer; also a petition
requesting that the board' Indorse the
"Needtf and Requirements of the As
toriaChamber of " Commerce," as set
forth at -much length in the petition.
There was some Opposition oyer tliis,
but ' it wias favorably Indorsed. After
setting forih ihe objeotsend aims of
the hoard ajd providing for better and
further organtzation.j the board ad
journed ko meet June 17th next, when
further .'work ..wilt be taken up. fs
W. J. Furnish, last week. Just before
leaving Eastern Oregon for thlsactty,
when It was a wen Known isic mai
George E. Chatmberlain would be nom
inated by the Democrats for Governor,
sidd in regard to his opponent: 1MI re
gard Geo. E. .Chamberlain as the
Ktrnncrot mm the oonosltion could
place in the neldryet as to my 'election,
I do not enterutln the slightest ciouui,
neither a-ill T allow the remilar Renub-
Bcan majority for this, office to be cut
down one jot. The Republican party
will be cemented an solid, as old Gib
rnltnr for evsrv one of the State and
Congressional candidates when the
dav of ! the election comes, not with -
M.tAnAinir the- rbiim and howl of spilt
and disruption by the opposition. The
harder, they wotjt against; me, tne more
Assi-rtunuslv I will work for myself. I
am going to be Oregon's next Govern
Mr. Furnish expects soon to take un
active part in the conduct of his cam
paign, and also to take the stump in
behalf of the 'party, contrary td what
had been stated before.
Work will begin On the White House
road, j which is to be widened from 60
to 80 feet, someiVme within the next
few days. The contract for removing
fences, grubbing kind, and removing
rock. etcv is being done by .the County
Court and as soon as a few details on
some- of the work ts decided on, the
work -will begin. In all some 320,000
worth of work is to be given out; and
when coin pie ted this driveway, which
is not surpassed by any in the country
for its natural beauty and scenery,
will be one of the noteworthy attrac
tions to visitors and' residents alike.
It is said that the famous Hudson
River driveway does "not ofTer tany
more in the way of natural beauty
than this road, nnd by the expen
diture of a small amount of money, it
ough- to be nmde -to excel thai driveway.-
Some time in the near future, as an
nounced by Postmaster -f'roasman.
Portland will ilvive Ave new sub -stations,
from which stamps will le soli,
money orders issued and for register
ing letters. Four of the new stations
will be located on the West Side and
one on the Fast' Side. This has be
come necessary lo relieve the congest
ed condition, of affairs ,at the iotofttce,
where-it is no unusual thing to- see
long lines of people at any' hour of the
day lined up waiting their turn to buy
stamps or get money orders.
the Hotel Willamette
A LARGE CROWD OF MEMBERS
ENTERTAINED BY AN . EXCEL
LENT PROGRAM NEW MEM
BERS ADMITTED AT YESTER
DAY S SESSION.
s (From Sunday's Statesman.)
The -Salem Womans' (Hub heU its
twelfth regular ,meeting of a series in
the reception -room of the Hotel wtl
kuneCle yesterday afternoon, upon
which occasion the large throng of
members was very pleasantly enter
tained with . t 'most delightful pro
gram w hich had been arranged by and
rendered "under -the direction of Mhnu
Mabel L Carter and Miss Lucy Ed
wards, assifted by 4he- pupiM of the
College of Music: and Oratory of the
Willamette I'niversKy. During the
business meeting preceding the pro
gram which was presided over by Mrs,
isabeile T. Oeer, prsldent of the Club,
six Lgew members were ad mitt ef and
in View of the "civic improvement
wave which is being agitata ih tftXj
city na in wbiclt movemerK it U quite
natural that the ladles, possessed of
superior decorative tastes,' should take
a prominent part, it was decided upon
motion, which was unanimously adopt
ed., that the club lend Its hearty sup
port in any armnner or means to what
ever movement .in this, direction which
maybe tnaugurated.-,Tha prwgram. a
rendered, inflows: ' ..
ladles' Quartet. . - " ' ". ,
"DimiiApiil and Mfiy woViiracccpt ycrl VuDscDtions to iho "New Idea Women's Maga
Ino" at!5fJc each. Ve think this special inducement will bring many new readers to the magazine.
The ready-to-wear depart
ment otters some splendid
values ill Stylish Valking ;
" "-,, ' . ''.' "; -y
Every new cloth that will be
worn this reason is repre
The new chalk lines made up.
in -many different styles,
also the plain shades in
TWO DOLLARS TO flfTEEN DOLLARS
Made of Black Moire Silk.
The "Hortense" make.
Announcing, the Engagement," John
'Thenoyal Princess, Christine Jio
. Vocal solo. Miss E. Mary Jones.
Father's Way and-Courtship of Lar
ry O'Dee," W. W. Fink.
One-lagged Goose," F. Ilopklnaon
Smith. , " ! ,
The Capital City Gaiety Club will
4rive 'one of their series of dances at
Tioga hall, Wednesday,, evening, April
j Delightful Music.
. The musloate iven by the pupils of
Miss Shelton. assisted by Miss .Van
dersol, elocution; Miss Ada Williams,
violin. Tuesday evening at Mr. George
J. Pearee's, on Winter street, was en
loved bv ouite a number of the -f riends
of the pupils, who Were delighted with
their rapid progress under their faith
ful teacher's careful guidance.
Passed Through the Willamette Locks
Last Qparter v
nEPOllT OF THE PORTLAND GEN
ERAL ELECTRIC COMPAN Y DUIt
INQ THE FIRST THREE MONTHS
OF THE YEAR MANY PASSEN
GERS WERE TRANSPORTED.
The .Portland General Electric Com
pany yesterday filed IU quarterly re
port, for the three months ending
March 31st, showing the freight, pas
sengers, steamboats, barges, elef, paw
ed through the canal and locks at the
Willamette falls at Oregon City. The
statement shows that a large amount
' ' ' i
of buMness was transacted at the locks
for the ternv covered. The steamers
passing -through, the number of trips
made by each and the number-of pas
sengers carried by ach during the
quarter are shown In th appended ta
Elmore : 77
Modoc ..i..; 43
Leona ........ ....!.
N. It. I-oag ;.
No. hrae ansd cattle.
No. Sheep and hogs.'.
No. feet of lumber..;..
No. feet of IpsS......,
No. cords wood
No. tons freight.......
It Girdles the Globe
The fame of Bucklen's Arnica Ralve,
as the best in the worltU etend
round the earth. . Its: theehe perfect
healer of Cuts. Corns, Ijturns, Urulses,
Sores. K'-a Ids. Ilolls. iHcers, Felons.
Aches. -Pains aid sllflkin nmllons.
Only infallible Ille cure. 2c a box at
Dr. Stone's Drug Stores.
LEOTUItE ON B1HDS
EV' W. R. LOUD WILL SPEAK
JN A MOST INTERESTING
rv. William R. Lord, author of "A
First Book on the Birds of" Oregon
nd Washington.'" and probably i the
best living authority on the birds of
4hts region. m lecture at Lnity
church, corner of Chemeseta ana vol
tage street.- t hi Tuesday) evening.
April Uth. at 8 o'clock. , No .admis
sion will be charged' anl the public
", T"V.y ':"'---:l ;".''-' "-'-'"', ''' '"
NEW suits r
Many New Designs, J
received. - See them!
Is cordially Invited. Mr.
dressed ,the ' Children' of '
schools yesterday, and will
today. . This evening the; 1
bo Illustrated with utereopt
he - public
Mr. Lord will spend the.
mom hs in Oregon , ami
,'ash Ing ton
sneaking' and lecturing. .1
e jwill ad
drew thousands of school c
college students by day a
evenings. Most of hi 1
e will be
spent in Washington, as ,1
that slate has been negi
Lord wp.a' the organizer of
Riirroue-hs sodetv in
first president, lie la hoi
oughly scientific in his mk
spirit, but represents- that
anlmal-studler, of which i
on-ThoirwKn is a consplcuou
Mr. Lord. - ciiin with d
motive all the way from
residence in Boston, Mass.,
press purpose of increasin
for the ex-
intelligence and sympathetl
in- the birds, ought to hav
come from this country
lh8 Kind You Win
F. A. KI1 U HI NGEU CI I AIS
MISTERKK WITH ASH
, AND BATTERY.
F. A. S hubinger yest1
ay filed a
cpmtdaEiit in Justice of. th
O'Donald's cturt, against J
k, cluirging him with assau
tery, and a warrant wast i
servel by Constable J. -11.
night. Mislcrek was broui
last evening and put tit a c;i
the sum of 20 lo appear f
men t before the tourt at ln
ht In late
;h .bond In
r hi raign-
'tlof k this
F. A. Kfhublhger. the pn
cutOr,ls the proprietor of
Cheese ' Factory , which is
I tun ted on
the-Cot te 1'hhti roi, . ti
miles south't of this cii
Jegf that h h:id bt-en a4
some business In town on Sa
In the evening was driving
',. and al
tory when, mnrlng his destl
was -aecotfed and stopped
y the de-
fendant. Misterck, who wad
team hitched to a wagon, w
abuse the complalnjujt and
sorts of vile epithots tipon
whn'the comilainnt woul
I not 'stop
to IhRten to ihls abuse and
to drive on, the dfen'lant
the coin -the
team up aril collided- with
rialmiht's vehicle and forced
to stop. Then the dffendii
nt. so Mr,
Hchubinger alleges, got out
,vyatcev and made an sitae
f his con
person of the complainant.
so he says, grasped the
the coat collar end held
him off at
arm's length, whereupon the
ng able to
lH-came so enraged at not bH
Inflict any injury upon the
ant that he sclred the
Lwith his teeth and sjink thenj
the ,fleeh. t Then. Mr. iscnub
the defendant made a viclou
s grab at
hia ,Stiiubinger'sj face, and
the? skin off hi finger
Rev. T. W. Ciiffe, of A herd
Dakota, who has been presid
ng as the
pwstor of the First BapCst
this eity temporarily, departed for Ta
cnmsi, Wiwifl, yejrterday afternoon for. a
brief visit to relatives. - -.. -t -
I via i-r DR. JORDAN'S encsT!
list nun it;ii nucweifc
-r. t - - - - Hi :,:m tm MVr
kouiuaikilM f-Mkfm. - -
r jrsenis; . ntericrscr Mr
f H WllCTltlS'"'T '
' f ,- VLX c" -
C iiri 4 m '
'r'riM'Ili wvssaj wm w r
lmmr. tmn . ' I" - -
A big line of
Make fn all the
Nothing so handy as
a cape thcJo chilly
New Sty lest
' -::'';-: - ' and ::' '
"Bon JTon" Corsets
, Tor Spring- -1
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
" - - '
Iarge stock of fruit trees and ehrub-
bery. All stock free from pets and
diseanes. All trees detlvered free in
Salem. Write for catalogue. February (
anI -March are good montlui to plant .
trees. ' ; .''.:-.'-" :" -,;''. .-
r, D. J ONE St Prop .
1 PALEM." OREGON.
. i ' " -' - - : -. ' -
Lumber, Sash, Doors, Dllnds,
Rfoaldlags, Etc. .
Fine mantles and grates, grill work,
show cases and office fixtures, ap
clalty. Woven slat fruit tray -Southwest
corner Church and Mill
streets. Salem. Or. Telephons 17 4L j
WI LltES' STALLIQ H, " JE H 0 ME '
Will stand for Mares the coming sea
son at Corner-of Ferry and Liberty
streets For Pedigree and particulars,
call. on . .-"-
. : Dr. W. Long
Veterinary Surgeon. V
Thone 2CC1. , Salem. Oregon.
nnil'f MARRY, DOCTOR or hr
UUil I epalr. Don't do1 thingr"
r till you se cleaTly wlwa a
Imft y. aid of; Flashlights on Human
Nature, m health, dlwis, love Tir
rlage and parentage. Tells what you'd
ark a dfx tor, but - don I like to. , 210
pages,, illustrated, 55-centa; jlmt 4o ia
troduce It we ; send one Onlyito nny
adult for postage, 10 cents.
Murray Hill Co, 129 E 28th' St., Nn V.
You Could Look
into the f at ure and ce the condition
lo whit h yonr omeh, if ncirled, '
once nJ that nalarally would be through
" L' MN ' Guaranteed-to cure Con
I .11 lrr innptioa, Hronchitl.
VV w Asthma, and all Lung
TrouMe. Cure Concha a nd Cold in a cl y.
2T cent. TVrite it S. C, Wriu & Co.,
Vfi Roy, N. Y.. fit free trial bottla.
Karfg Clover Seot Tea psrlfies tb Bload
s:c. STONE, n.o.
OTPS DRUG STORES
r. -r. f iEM, OREGON.
t stores (two In number, are lo
cated at Nov 835 and 7 Commercial
street, and a'e well stocked with a
comjdete line of drugs and" medkin-,
toilet articles, perfumery, brushes, olfw
'' .' :;' ;: , DR. 8TONE
nt Md some 23 years eDrletie
the 'practice of 'mvU:nf, and now
makes no Uvarge for consultation, es
amlnatton or ' prescription,
lie does a cash business. "lie neither
buys' on ?ltne nor sella on lime. ledg
ers. JournV:V day-bokA iKwkkeepr,
bill col lectors, and all the ixwAtn parft
phernalia hi credlt.drag Ures. are un
known his-business, hnce a full
atock and correct orlcea - :
tir. M'nllana' f n'Slaa
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FOR BALK lit Z. J. RIUG9.