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WEEKLT OREGON STATESMAN. IHlDAf, MAY It. 190
SALEM PUSH i
: CLUB MEETS
Rally HaS : ' BCCn POSt -
GOOD ROADS ; CO MM ITT BK At
, bJ-WORIFED TO SELIiCrr' A ROAD
TO THE FAIR GR0UN0S "tp BE
opened! AND IMPROVED THE
FLAX-FIBRB MILLS. :
;- "V-i .- P r , ;
i . -.- ..v .
The Greater SaJenPconwerclal dub
held a regular meeting in the police
court ro-m of the city hall art 8 iaf'clpck
last evening. Chairman J I. B. Tiefren
presadiRgr' an3' a number of , members
In attendance. After- the minutes of
the preyloua meeting weire -read an J
approved, President Thlelsen addressed
the meeting ooiwmendlmi the Organiza
tion! of the Capital City Improvement
Lbague, and re'cymended: that come ac
ttowfee-taken toward ecurmg" a (pan-
senger wartlRfrroom or ehedatthe Fair
.tlrouriUs for. the acnxmnnaiation of pa
trons of th railroad, anx ,1a ej a mo--toiit
instructing the president ' and
- secrcraxy of the Club,- to communicate
with the Southern PiciflcCOmpany au
thorities with a view to .securing th3
-erection of a harrSsbme raiIroai itfa-
f. km at that, place, was carTed. .'
r m account of the -date heretofore flx-
. Jy the-Cluo, Friday. May 16th. for
the Club rally, conflietiBir with the
,7 tliate.i set for ioliticaI campaign rallies
it waj deirld upon Imotioa , to post
pone the Club ra..1y,until thf annlyer-
.. sary meeting. October 21, 1&02
Dr. 11. A. Pierce addressed the Club
recu.nn;eniing 'f.hia.t Capital street be
wpcned to travel frpnj the city; Jimit to
th; Fair Grounds road In order -to pro
vide a more direct road to the Fair
Ground and to avoid the treet car
. line us roui h as poffible which pro
jwkwiI brought out a wmiwhit spirited
Kacusaion and the matterwas linatfy
referred to the committed on Rood
toa-Ai forMnvf iigation, aeiect 'the, -most
dihvet anj practicable route- for a pub
: -4c aJrive to the Fair Groundy and'i-
port fts findings, at) the next regular
Secretary judah "informed the Club
' that Manager T. H. Wilcox, of the
P.A-tland Flooring Mil's Co.,with whom
th Ciub ha been negotiating the lease
(t tho old flourmic murplant on Frrrrrt-f
sttrw for the new fUx-fibre pJant. bad
: requsted that the Club pledge itself to
the ruinMrnnrt "of the. arms f the
leae, and recommended ihat the Cub
take some action "Irt the matter.1 Mr.
.f'ttcox now had tha.&;ae. in his !hanuv.
- aw submittal to his consideration, and
Btatetl that, nnmdi.aitljr(- the ' Club
.cbmplhnf -wiith'' his request, whlclpw
reaae slmjly upon the ground thtttt
- wi hUe the company -eft- wlrtrh he wis
manager knew nothing or Mr. Hojse
ftor th orcrrpany which he roresents
and preferaJ a guatanue from th?'
Club, thf lnW would hf signed und re
turned. Some p'rencnt i-onten3W that.
-. as the. Club wijiot: an ir.-oortoratf?d
txSy; -itn guarantee wonlj be of no le
gal wplght Mrcfit to bind the member
individually toward the fulftilmeht of
the pierce and a motion that the flub
bh- incnorated under the lawa of Or
Con was -arrleJ.
Secretary Juciah moved hat frv CMib
instrucft the pres-ideht. secretary and
tut- rin-uuTr committee to rrame a
- guarant.?' tb the chift be held re
t..ns:bl for the fujnilment of the oT.
Iigaitlonjrto Mr. .Wilcox a net forth lo.
the lease which was carped without
' dissent. ..'
In ompliarua with the by laws of the
-oiubya. notice of thr han!e of the -time
of the club mr etjnga fri .4 oVlock
.-pWf. to, 7:Hft oV!ock "p. m- was filed
and read Iwfoie the club.
HAS INVESTIGATED IDE
FOilMKP. COVKHXOfi WIST. iF
UTAH, MAS CO.MPl,r!TEt T7T3
M I SSI OJT T N W A S f I NUTl N.
TVdMA. M y -3. Ilr.n. . . V'.
V-ojt. sH-ci.U Tr wiiry Ktnt. formerly
tSoviTnTir f I'tali, wb has been m-ikr
. iriR invcstisfatioit of one of t'he fharRV"?
a;4ain-t , fcK-inerHWTr'shaH Clarence V.
- hS9 nimc his heipn prpminenily
brnusbtto-pHblic attention bec-ati.; of
tfeo refusal, up to date.' of th Sen-ate
-., conrtr-m hi lkrpfvtmpnt ; Co!''Vr
'tr of Cu:om of the-Puget tound dis
trict,' Jcft la.ft night for Ssn Francis,
wrsre ke traVt? his headtwarter. ir
Al'cNt nwilt'l his rejor-t y-terday on
the result of its work fcefe. and it
ought t"o be In-thejhand of theudopjrt
m&tti not iaterTthan Fridtax next.
- -Po!5ih!y it may reach WashingTOn In
time for the rnfornationl if- the Wc
fctl BenMe committee Thursday. More
than likely. ; however, the , co4Fi.t4e
wift not have; the informaton xin time
to report back to the Senate before a
v. ct-k from Thursday next, when the
natter of i nflrTnltt1on of PrvrMent
Roo.eveit's nomination wrill be made
or a positive refusal to connrm will be
determined upon. "
: Mr. Ide's nomination .has been held
Up noft-bout tw month?, at the re
quest of Senator Foster. whtl r--!-tch;lj-
urg'inar B. I. lker. of WalL.
- W!!d, for tfce place, birgeii of var
loua sorts have been nd. ?ainat Mr
;ltle,; but, , it is alien ?d, all ! v b-Vn
of trivial -ebaracte-, -d i!y ex,' j
jlaineai to l he entire a.r;f axto'of tJ
President and all others '.i-niersvr..
- cept Senatori Fiet?r lnl .i Ktcker.
! who art trongly u;hg CrcvKei's fo.
ColkctoK Mr. West wounJ cot talk
of his nirslon h
A i.t. i.k CELI.I.l.. T..T BY Tl r.
IKIIiST PRI JSBYTEa VN-CON- I
GliEG ATION OX ii'VOAY. f I
y . - I
;.Prev.Iov to the- la i-oifrnua oa
vice ;f tiff Prybyteji! 4 c:htr,h A: rtl
1C t,re icistor fcnissef t! lbs? the
S3l artTHe'rt"ary of tuWersafiija'ijcrn 'o '
-4rw- rti:i)iulan ehtiich of Salem
would ot.ur la. May. an4 the 33L anni
versary of hi ordination and first "In
stallation w.luld occur in June. lit
aiw exjrvssd the earnest -wish that
tlM-ro rtrgljt be at least thirty-three ad
driiuna tu the church by the time the
church should celebrate these anirfver
s&riea. Since that time twenty-eight
have been received orr confession of
their faith In Chrif. three by setter.
al four have been, restored to-, mem
bership who had taken their iKxer
out and had never banded, them in to
i - 011 Sabbath. May 4th. the pastor an-
the ehurch woukl celebrate the thirty
third anniversary of it organization
by appropriate servic. At J0:30 there
'lll be a sermon of a hiscorical char
acter. The evening1 "will te devoted to
a praise service w'ith a abort talk, by
the nJy surviving charter TBembers.
Special miinic is being prepared by the
choir and a. cordial invkatton l ex
teTfiUed" to aM membersi and friend of
the Presbneriai church, and congre
gation. ' - : . ' J - . . '
State Grange Meets in Salem
the Last Tuesday
in Way x
tHE CLOSED BUSINESS SESSION
WILL BE FOLLOWED. IN THE
EVENING BY A REtEPTION
MEETINGS TO BE HELD IN THE
The Oregon State Grange. Patrons of
Husbandry, will convene inlts 29tU an
nual session in the Senate Chambers
it the Capitol In this city, on Tuesday,
Mav 21th. at 10 : o'clock a. m. The
morning session will 1 be with closed
doors. ' j . . ' .
A public reception will be held on
Uie evening of May 27th; commencing
att o'clock. Master B. G. ledy wlrV
preside, and the following; excellent
programme will, be rendered:
' MusJe1. .. J !' : s : . . .
Address of Welcome -Governor T. T
Geer. "' ' '..:''.
Resronse Past Master Judge R. P.
, Musfc. ' i
Address, Freedom of City Mayor C
P. Bishop. J .
Response By Lecturer, A. T. Bux
ton. . '
The public in cordially Invited to at
tend the reception.
ArrangemeiKS have bet'n made with
the ChatwinHouset Salt-m Hotel.
George Bros., Strong's Restaurant, and
The Cotttage Hotel, for the entertain
ment of members and visitors to' the
State Grange. . Committees will.' meet
each train and show members to. their
hotels, j The committee members will
wear badges, and visitors, are requested
to make themselves known.;
The committee on arraftgeiraents con
sists of George W, Weeks, R.PJ Boise,
and; W.- M. Hilleary. i .
FOR STATE UNIVERSITY
THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES HAS A
MAN IN VIEW FOR THE
- PRESIDENCY." .
,13; discussing the vacancy of 4h
presidency of the! State University, in
last night's issue k tbe-Portiand Tei
egram says: rr- 7
' There will be another meeting in a
few days, of the Board of Trustees
thfl-Jni versify of Oregon to elect a
president to succeed FrankStrong, who
resident to sucieed Frank Strong, who
fecently resigned to "accept the Pres-
Idency of Kansas University. The
meeing will be held as noon as Judge
Benin, who is now sibling on the Su-.
preme Court bench at Pendleton, fih-ishf-s
his duUc4t there. ;
The Trustees! have practically agreed
Ion -ia man, who, it is unncreiwt, ro
sides in Oregon. "The advlivibilityof
calling an Eastern ' man to' flit the chair
hasiieen fully discussed by the Board,
and while many of the trustees woul!
like to Ke an Easterner at the head
of the univrsity. It te: the feeling of
the- Board as a whole that the salary
offered -is tn smallto attraction edu
cattor of any great prominence. -
The 'trustees hav; received a large
number of app'it'atioris.' sorru of which
com fi from. irofessors now -serving in
responsible positions in Eiistern , col
lege's and university. traf"rhether
they would be" com pot en to assume the
duties of President is a question with
the trustees. ;: Ail, send very! flattering
recommendlttlowi, but JujAge C. B. Bel
linger says' that Insofar as he is cort-J
cerned a. tTecornmendation does not car
ry o, much weight today as it did
years ago. I
I have found that a friends will say
almost anything for friendship's; sake
nowadays, and unless a man has made
for": himself a reputation that Is gen
erally known to (the world, one must
not, plaoe too much reliance upon the
testimonials of friends of candidates
vfor; responsible positions. s i
1 firmly believe, however, that a
strong, wide-awake, up-to-date educa
tor; from the East would be able to do
much, for the UnIversllyof--Oresron In
advancing its growth and establishing
for it a greater prestige among. theed
ucatlonaf institutions of the Northwest.
Other-:rnembers of the Boand feel the
Ktme way. desnite the contrary feelins
on I the part of the pitople of Eugene
and surrounding country who think
grave mistake would be made shovld
the trustees go outside the Stale for a
Judge Bellinger says he would like
to see the State University and the'Ag
ricuhnral . College : ctmrAned';'',tr'rilch
would justify the calling of a. high
prSced President to assume he control
of ; both, institutiona.. So iong as they are
a pjtirt, : however, there Is not likely to be
a surplus of funds available with which
to iwy : the university president more
twt Institutiona and the four normal
hoots eat ui orettv much all the an.
proprlation now made by tn stale fvr
euucationat purpose." i ;
The Ort-gon man In view, mention!
in; fr)d above, is 'suld to be President
r1 3.tmrtMEdl, of the Mont
nial School. Xyke-Ireside
nt W. C.
Hawley, of Willamette Univciltyw has
also ; been mentioned for the place. ,:
Tits lm Y'j tin .
SICK MADE WELL
WEAK MADE STROM
MARVELOUS ELIXIR OF LIFE DIS
COVERED BY, FAMOUS DOCTOR
SCIENTIST THAT CURESEVERY
. KNOWN AILMENT. !,
Wonderful Cures Are. Effected
Seem Li k Miracles Performed
The Secret of Long Lifs of
' Olden Times Revived.
The Remedy Is. Free to All Who Send
i Name and Address. , '-
After years of patient study, and
delving . Into the dusty record of the
past, as well as following modern ex
periments lnx the realms of medical
science. Dr.. James W. Kidd. L 3Q33
Baltes building; Fort,. Wayne. Ind
makes tn. startlin'gr . announce
DR. JAMES WILLIAM KIDD.
ment that he, has surely discovered the
elixir of life.; That he Is able with the
aid of a mysterious compound. known
only to himself, produced as a result
of the years he has spent in searching
for, this precious life-giving boon, to
cure any and every i disease that 1
known to the bunaan body. - There . is
no cloubt of- the doctor's earnestness
in .making his claim and the remarka
ble cures that he is daily effecting
seem to bear him out very strongly.
His theory Vhich he advances is one
of reason anid based on sound experi
ence in a medical, practice 1 of many
years. , It courts 1 nothing to try his
"Elixir of Life,"; as he calls it, for he
sends .it , free, to -anyone who i a
sufferer, in . aufflcient quantities to
convince of Its ability to cure,, so
there is absolutely no risk -to run.
Some of the cures cited are very re
markabie, and but for reliable wit
nesses would hardly be credited. The
lame have thrown "'away, crutches and
walked, about after two or three trials
of the remedy, i The sick, given up by
home doctors, have been restored . to
their families and friends In perfect
health. Rheumatism, neuralgia, stom
ach,! hearti liver, kidney, blood. and
skin diseases' and i bladder - troubles
disappear as . by magic. Headache,
backaches, nervousness fevers, Iton
sumption. coughs, colds, asthma, ! ca
tarrh, bronchitis and all affections
the throat, lungs or any vital organs
are easily overcome In a space of time
that Is simply- marvelous.
Partial paralysis, locomotor ataxia,
dropsy, gout, scrofula and piles are
quickly and permanently removed. It
purifies the entire nystem, blood" and
tissues, restores normal nerve power,
circulation and a state df perfect
health is produced at once. To the
doctor all systems are alike and equal
ly affected by this great "Elixir of
Life. Send for, the remedy "todav. It
Is free to every sufferer. State what
you want to be cured of and the sure
remedy for U win be sent you free bV
return mail. - . v
REPUBLICANS AT BRO OkS
A- ROUSING MEETING; ' ADDREKST
ED BY HON, TILMON TOIlff
'..',. '''" LAST NIGHT. .
At Brooks, last eventnc a rousting
Republican rally .and political meeting
w-aa he-PX d , i t was a wuece: The
Red Hall wias crowded to. the doors by
an interefseiJ audiencoi llon? E...-W.-
Chiipmtm war ctvaJrman of the evening.
and Hon.- Tlimon .Ford delivered an
address on th-political Iseue of the
day. explaining and" discumins the ' In
itiative and ReTereivxum, direct nom
inations, and flat Jlalarlcs and shoa;-
ing1 the inconsl3tencii6i- of the oppon
ents of the Republican. "At the; con
clusion of the adrfres he was riven a
rising yote of t hanks.
Hon. A. VV LaFoUett, carrfcdate for
Representative, aa called for. 'and he
made a briei-jwidresw, - endorsing all
that Mr. Ford had said, and pledging
his supportt to . Republican . doctrines
andL. irnea-lureis, If elected, and he war;
cheered tothe echo. , - '
The meetinig' was an umiuahfled "suc
cess, andltS' ewthujiam very flatter
ing. A synopsii of Mr. Ford's address
will be printed in tomorrow's States-
main.. ; i - ''
No Lossof Timi
I have" sold Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and ! Diarrhoea Remedy fbr
years, and would rather be out of- cof
fee and sugar than it. I sold five bot
tles of it yesterday to threshers that
could go- nO-farth'tr, and they are at
work again this morning. IL R.
Phelps. Plymouth. Oklahoma. As will
be . eeen' by the above - the threihers
were able to keep on 'with their work
without losing a single day's time. You
should keep a bottltof this Remedy in
your home, i For aie by Dr. Stone's
Drug Stores.-; ' , -..-.-.7
AGED RESIDENT DEAD
A. GLEASON PASSED AWAY
AFTER A LINGERING ILL- ,
NESS." V; ' '
W. A. Gleason died at bis homeon
Nebraska street, this city,-t 6 oclok
Monday evening', after Iin?eririjj, IU-
es Of Bright' direase. ged 7& yea-
6 months and 1 dais.'- .
-DeceatTelHrwas born lnT"!T;VorcseT
county. Massachusetts, on October -S,
122, . In June. 4;7. he was fcxarri-.l . So
Miss Lydia E; Lucore," at Cedar Rapids,
Iowa, and In HC4 crossed the t!ainj
to Oregon. "'Vpettllriffnear V Pmdirton.
v. hrre Jjfe; engaged In'stoclt-taisinsr.
very extensively a,rUt rrofitably. and
remtincd there., nnill sboat. sixteen
jyfarj asjo when he moved, to the Wil-
to Salem about three vcars ago wh?re
the family h3Ls resHed inc Seven
thildrnwere born to Mr. and Mr.
Gieaort, onij one Of w hom, A son.
SaFww Gleasonj i rvins. and resl2e
in tms city.
Funeral services were held at the
borne on Nebraska street; at 1 o'clock
yesteiSday morning Rev. C A. Rablng
conducting the ceWemonlea. and the re-,
mains will be Interred In Lee Miwion
cemetJrr ' 'v'; ;;: . -:'.'r
At the family home, near Chemawa,
Oregon, Tuesday. May 13. 1903. Bruce
McCloud. aged IS years, diedof malar
rial fever. ' ,
, Djeveased was the- son of Mr. and
Mrsl. John McCloud. who reside a frac
tion of a mile ' west of Chemawa. He
gi-aduated 'from the Kaiser- school
was pursuing a course of study in
Cap! tal Normal College when he
was seized with the attack of . malaria
vices' were held at the Hayesill'
Barrtist church. . at JO o'clock "a. m.'yes
terday. , ' --..'' .,
SUPREME COURT ORDERS
MApE :AT YES TERDAY'S .SESSION
IN APPEAL CASES NOW PEND- t
' JNG IN COURT.
Inj thtl Supreme Court " yesterday
minor orders were made and entered
of rticord In several cases pending on
appeal. They are: i -
J.j C Goodale, respondent, vs. A;
Wheeler, et aL, appellants-; ordered on
motion that appellants have thirty days
time( to file a petition Xor rehearing.
Flanegan & Bennett, appellant,? vs.
ULi A- Graham, et al., respondents; ;or
dered oh stipulation tb'ait appellants
time! to sttrve and Ale Its brief beex
tirndied to "MaV 20th v" '
fif :Ai Lawrey. respondent, vs. Hen-
rjrVj. Sterling; et at, appellants order
ed ort-mot Ion that reespondents have Un
til record is corrected to serve and file
bis brief. ' '..
I Stateof Ohio. City of Toledo,
f Lucas County,
i t a tin. .v.nvni:y iiKin.es uam iimi nv
la the senior partner of the firm of F.J
Cheney & Co., doing- business in the
City bf Toledo, County and State afore
said, and that said firm will pay the
mm of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for
each I and every case of Catarrh th,t
cannot be cured by the use of Hall
Catarrh Cure. ,
, FRANK, J. CHENEY
,Sw'orn to before me and. subscribe J
in mjr ptesence. this 6th day of Decent
ber. A. D. 1S86. r
(SeaL) A. W. GLEASON.
;l Notary Public
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internal
ly and acts directly ron the. blood and
mucous surfaces of. the system. Send
far Ketimonlals, free. 1 . - .
. F. J. CHENEY & CO, Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pillsare the best.
THE PITTSBURG DISASTER.
PITTSBURG, May 14 The; casualty
list resrulting from Monday's disaster
at Sheraden continues to grow-Two
wruwun nrvrt.x; iitjjiicu till" niivi iiiiig, ji-
ber t Berry, aged a nd - Conrad Flck i
aged 43, swelMng this- list of the; dead
to 17.1 arJ. It Is believed' that thtS will
be Increased to 25. The known fist of
- fnjured now exceeds 350, ManyclhoW-
ever, iliare not seriously . hurt. Six
houses were totally destroyed ty the
explosions, and it la estimated th
1900 other buildings are "damaged. The
property ow Unplaced k t $175,000; An
officLali investigation Into the caiise of
the e$Plosionw1U jhe made by the offi
cials of the Panhandle Company.
I BOERS WANT PEACE. .
LONDON, May 14 Lord . Kkchener
has notlfledllhe -War . Office that 'rep-
rei-entativea of altthe bodies of ;Boers
throughout the Transvaal ami orange
River i colonies are . gathering at Vere?
Inigmjr Yor the' conferetice, which be
gins tomorrow, and that he, has ar
ranged that delegates jha1 hot be im
peded iln reaching the rendesvou. Con
jwqUently the aserribliage 4s expected
to be, large. The term regarding iace
will l4ter be Sutrmitted to trui British
A delegation conlfing partly of the
sarme Boer leadeM1 who went 4o Pre
toria rjecently, will be deputised, to;-o;
Sciatii Rheumatism Cured After Four
teen Years. of Suffering. ?
'I.havff. been, Afflicted with sciatic
rheumatism for fourteen years, says
Josh Edgar, of German town, Cal. j "I
was able to be around, but constantly
suffered. I tried everything I could
hear Of and at last ws told to try
Chamberlain's Pain Balm, which I clid
and was Immediately rt-iievci and in a
short time cured, and I am happy to
say It -has not since returned." Wy
not use this liniment! and get well? It
Is for sale by Drj Stone's Drug Stores.
- ; -'. ' - ' '
t.t-rckFennelI went, tot the Salm
Ifospltal on Wednesday hfght and on
yctHerday-'morntng lvsinlerwent;a dfll-
cate urgical operatiow, from the enects
of 'which he is recovering nicely.
Shoulders, per lb , 9c. K
-i Deviled Ham (small) per ean, 5c. ;
Deviled Ham (smalt) per can, 6 for 25c
:' Deviled Ham (large) per can, 10c.
Deviled Ham (tare) 3 cans, 25c
' . Sardines, per box, 5c
Sardines, 6 boxes. 25c
' Salmon, 3 cans, 25c. ; j.
Catsup, per pt bottle, 15o
Catsup, 2 bottles, 25c.
t Cocoa unt (bulk) per 15c
Good Soda (16-ox.pkgs) Se.
Good Soda (16ox pkgs.) 0 pkgs 25c
, Corn Starch, per pkg So.
Washing Powder, per pkg, 5c. .
JJring us yur butter i1 rgg. We
pay highest, market price,, cash or mer
chandise ; r " - ;''.'
M.; T. RINEMAN
132 Stat Street. Teleohorto 131.
The first term of the Capital Summer
Noi-trf-I penv on Monday, May Sih,
the FJrst National Bank Building. iU
iem. Oteson. y Ctxeea will be formed
in all the branches required for state
and county papers. Address
I I D PC
New Goods in
NightgownSj (bemisj, Drawer! Corset Cover. Skirts
in creat karici TIhtc never was $uch fine jjoods uV
45 uv . V 11
Infants Wear: i
Short aim long' Dresses, Skirfsj Sli Cas and Bibs
f Silk Hittsaud
Iicceiving new gools even tlav.
:-,' '"' -; -'--",:.-:. h : V -
GOOD NEWS TO, HORSE OWNERS!
i A bum Cum r-oii Hiivit ind diitimmn.
or xne pace 10
ent from w hich
SIUED IJY McCLANAl IA N 23437.
First dim. MIISAlGOLDDtrST,
Fidol 2:04A. etc. Sec
md dam FAN
1$ dams of 17 In the
list. Third dam
GoMduyt 2:164. Fl
ty Gol.isj ust
1 1 II I'liLCATJ f -111 P
IMtD A t IIEArtT J' orb of the firte!t.itaUiorui In thof late, ndr with but
( little h indiing jshows
hlmclf to! be
120 liY Till HKAX .-IN, WlTHf
I invite brnr-k-rs
to come and
C ART AI f -JOfl ES : 29666
X Sire of La ay Jones
WIXXEttW Tim TWO VKAkUf Tf'oTHVO KTAKR-AT TUB T.TB A I AUT Y&e&U
. . lr: Hthlnmry $.
Hire of 4 tn Ihe2:19 list, t" In Hie J.i li t. 2 In tUo 2.S-) lit, t It learsof eje, ; t rtfiiisllft
br any r f .
rirmt drm MlUtiAV MK'U K, I jQ . 1 t." 2 :
others, I."' v . - ..r . '.- "'
"tfCfm-1 d,T4rlAi; Kr.I.I.H:Kisnir vn:fti.-r.Z:iit "." W iUM j.ii, r oi Alcyone.
Third dsm ly Msmhrino Pf ctten, Ilift Rr".t hr.Hl:w.s.t rv, -" I i -
rtirth dm'h A'rnont ftfri loniflt-r ol iIm Attnont tsu.ily. j ! f -
CArrAlN-JN KH la a M-rli sllinti f!i'l in i.,M.li 13 S ttsndo, tig's lt0 .im!.
pfTlri tmtrtnK aetinn awa itmt- to tiwt m niirn norse. 110 is mi-muiih s
txmt I rM iwrin sud a rrouunncul sire of uniform M of colia- Ui'Uiu Jonts will make the seanou
IRVJMiTOX PAKK; If I.TI-AM'. J IuB. I
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Terms, )tj.oo Seas . - $S --s( st I
JOHN PENDER, fall
,.- Beal Hrown Klallion ; star, near liitid fot wliU and irr
very few white hairs on ri-rht fjfMit foH 1 3-4 liand hijli.
. x ISI ly C V. i'.mcry, Forwt ily HIckKnrni, 1'levelain!,
Ohio. Foalcl Juno I, IHH-V Will i maketlM' season, 5frj,
at the JU1 Front; llarii, -ornef Trade aril( 1'onimc-rlal
, Slrtfts Halcm, Oregon. - 1 !
"T JIKctlts may l 'nutn at ttv Hlate hair Cfounli.
Claggett & hatch, Props
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rilOI-OSALS Ftlt WOiliP-bm will
be1 received at office Caoital .im
provement Co. -urrttl "ay 2th for
200 eordslarge body fii Jive t'mler;
20 cords large second grow th r'!it;
1 cordi medium irrub ok, 4 to 6
inches. Right reserved to accept or
reject bids; SO cords and over wjll b
teken: successful bidder will be re
quired to place 5 ier cent of bid for
-; prnonnance oi moiran; wcmki can
be delivered during theUimrrif r.
213 Front treet. rValtrn. Oregon.
CANNOT KB DOlhcHT. : 1
It Is not by paying for tfem, lut by
un-Wr'tandjng them, ths I .wc . becrim'J
the rvjl imsrrim of w;oTk. "of art an-I
of th enjoynier.t they g1ye. Hiisisln.
. ronTCGCESE vnovEiui.
CtiaWL' ttue cj1 tnah:
he wifl jr'
,f"r- chastiw Hi-! bid
S t o r
Largc-Qaaiitltlcs Received ihts h'eek.
jmee$. ; . ( t
Gloves 15c a imir
Dry Goods Store
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to the Postofficc
? Tbeec celebrated powder are made Crotn rrcipe of a aoted
f-franian. Vtertory Sarireoa. and bare beea taoroaKhlv tested
years in tnta eoaatrv. cnapown oi pare ve
are a sale and sore CURE for HEAVES ami stl ml-
heavea arise, sttch as Coach, (folds. OtSTCMfER. '
"ink Kye, Eptroot c, and Loti of Appetite. A a blood parities
hey hare ao equal. I'or sale by wholesale aod Krtatl Im R-
nt. frwroeeti!TeTfaekare, uv tnail. o cents. - From
RUSSIAN REMEDY COMPAsV. .II. fAUL MINN. Kame this Oaucx.
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III ACK IAI.I ION
iv (Lit u ii la-ti.
WiliiJ ! " lwMttl.
ft (.'! ol'l; i(- ,
on of Hoy Wilkes 2:('CL
by Fedrrt 3!t 2:25. son' ( Mo 41. sire
NY ;OLI)IH:T. by Guide ll'JT. Hire of
KIT, by Gold'dust 1J0, kiw of Lurjlle
a very promising trott'-f lie will be
tKl) AL HETITHN 1111 VI UlC.K
tills horse before breeding yielr
TitiNf:, faiu mtnt!Ni'H. m.
2:4o (i,te mua.)
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wew rt Ice.' IsiUnce et i-sul of si'n.
Grounds, Salem, Or.
fILIES' SrALUOJ, "JEBJI't"
V NO. 2631 y. : :
j Will tUod for Mare the. coming wes
son at Corner of L Ferry and Liberty
streets. For pedigree and parUcuIara
call on, i - '
Veterinary Surgeon. ,
Phone 2CL Balem. Oregon.
- Maaufaetnrer of J .
; InmtitvSasDsors, ttizis,-,
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Fina mantles and grates, grill work,
show cases and Oca fixtures, a spe
cialty. Woven slat fruit traya
F-oylbwewt corn'-r Chnrh e1 .I'l'l