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kV'mtm cAi'iTAL joiiixii aATtxutxrf july at), ia..
wluil more oool and light to woar than a silk, witoan, or SvWsh
JJloiiMo Waist? ' -
Evidently many ladioa ugraa with thin, a our sales lately
lias ho n surprising.
OUR LINE COMPRISES-
Pongee Bilk Walsls
Uurali " "
Dotted Swiss "
I'Jnln " "
French Flannel "
Outing '' "
To be worn with these waists we show the moat complete and choicest line of
Windsor Ilea. , tm ..... u . . , .
P. S. Our two grand gifts will be given ty September IbU
THE PALACE anddSgcSpany,
307 Commercial Street.
- if -
You are going to bolld or make any Und of
lroprovomeat. call oq the uuderilgued lor
material. We have a complolo stock, and are
resdy to supply any prep trod contract, sewer
work, grading, etc
Salem Improvement Co.
Saturday, Aug. 5. State Dairymen's
convention, court house, 10 a. m.
Recent Akkivals. Mrs. Dan'l H.
Crego, wife ot a prominent. St. Paul
Minnesota contractor, and sister of our
well known knife maker, Linn H.
White, antUa Mr. Houghton, of Wav
erly, Iowa, cousin of the same party;
also Mr. Lowell and Rochester, friends
of the abovo parties, all well to do lu
worldly goods, are here looking up a
location and a. chance or investing
their surplus cash In a way that will
do the most good. We are Informed
that Mrs Crego Is hero for the purpose
of settling up some legal matters, in
connection with the old H. B. White
nlace. of which she Is the owner. If
she can sell for a fulr price she will do
so. If not, to Improve the place and
take up her residence in our beautiful
country, with which she is delighted.
Look Out For Him. One H. F.
Sloan, who represents himself
to be getting out advertising matter
on paper Backs and wrapping paper for
the merchants in each particular place,
is working his way north from Southern
Oregon. He heat his hotel bill at Itoso
burg and the advertising was solicited
lu such a way thut unsuspecting mer
chants might also be duped. Look out
for his appearance In Raker Olty.
Democrat. This is only one of the
many snldo advertising methods to gull
business meu. It is remarkable that
when nothing so well roaches the
masses of the people ns a daily mid
weekly newspaper that meu will still
throw away their money on what can
'urlug them no possible return.
Baptist CHURCH. A meeting of
tuo members of tho First Raptlat church
li called for Monday evening, July 81,
at 8 p. m., by order of tho pulp't com
mittee as trustees, for tho purpose of
calling a pastor, if possible. Tho out
look for a pastor Is good so fur as 11
nauces is concerned. The society has
been able to ralso $1000 to $ 1200 a year
nnd parsonage and thinks for this it
ought to be ablo to get a very good man
The meeting Monday night will proba
bly take some decisive action towards
, Bound Ovku. Muttlo Richardson
was bound over to the grand jury this
afternoon in Recorder Kdes' court on
charge of keeping a house of 111
fauio, made by A, I. Wagner. This is
the party who- has invaded the block
north of tho Hotel Willamette. Slid
gavo ball aud If tho grand Jury is no
better In this respect thau usuul uo bill
will bo found. Alderman Smith de
clares ho will secure the arrest of every
keeper of suoh a house In tho city.
Illuminatkii Ohkam. That is what
It was at tho rural palace of Fubrltus
Smith ou Observatory hill, fciouth Sa
lem, last night. The hill was u blazo
of light at a distance. The Second
Regiment baud concert and Gypsy
CABjpilro was a great success. For a
time the electric cars were Jammed
with people, und all were delightfully
Uselkss BumoK, Parties who huyo
been there say tho covered county
bridge built last year across tho north
of the Santlam threo tulles abovo Me
Fiam and costing JSOO, Is Is not used
wuou. There is no road cut after you
crow the bridge. An occasional bluzu
U all the sign of a road, or probably
evw will be.
JBia Rkduotions, No rcduotlou
tJ or any othor humbug, but actual
nWeilona In prices-to meet the do
HMMhi oflmrd tlmoa Lithe rule fttG.
W. Johuon Son. Their sales aud
bJg stock of new clothing and genla
fnrsiklng goods Is the beat evidence I
eftheJr meeting the popular demand, j
PERSONAL AND LOOAL.
The Sunday dinner needs all tbe-at-
teutionyou can give It. .Nothing helps
outsoon delicacies as those fruit flavors
and extracts at Van Eaton's grocery
The New Ydrk Racket bos a One line
of lace curtains and counterpanes txnd
sun umbrella's all at very low prices,
Call and see thesn. dt-wl
Will Brooks, John Brooks, Dr. Rob
ertson. Edr Brooks, Cbas. Glenn, re
turned yesterday from a fishing trip on
the Elk Horn. In a day and A hulf
they took'seven buudred tlsb,
Boys waists at the New York Racket
irom m to 40 cents. a-2iwi
Don't argue about the cause of the
panic but prepare to pay all your bills
Aug. 1st. That will make everybody
Table oil cloth and heavy aud light
crash, at the Now York Racket.
John Kim went to Gervuis today to
attend the funeral of Mrs. Barbara
Pfeifle of Portland.
E. F. Purkhurst is home from a few
weeks on the Sound in the Interest of
the State InsurancqkJCo., of Salem.
J. Benson Starr of Olympla, Jefl'
Hcrlber of Colfax, and C. 8. Andrews of
Portland, are Salem visitors.
Mrs. M. L. Hamilton and son Lloyd
left today for Newport, where they will
spend a month by the Bea.
Mrs. M. Rowley was a passenger for
Foster, Linn county, yesterday, She
will remain at the springs near there
for some weeks.
Tho New York Racket has Just re
ceived a new lot of ladies', gents' aud
childreus' hosiery, curling irons, hair
brushes, Windsor neck ties, hum dried
aud uulaundried, light and medium
shade dress shirts, pants, overalls, hats
belts, dress shields, towels, ladles' vests,
shoes of all kinds, aud notions. All
at Racket prices. Call and save 10 to
60 per cent.
H. Mills, of Newton, Kansas, Is visit
ing at tho home of Mr. Barnes, the
lucket storo muu.
Jo, Duulap who has been an attend
ant at the asylum for over seveu years,
and his brother Ellas Duulap, started
for Pennsylvania this morulng.
ludlau boys from Chemawa have
been seeklugemploymoutat Salem and
some havo received it. Salem people
are objecting to this saying tho govern
ment is supporting theso poople and
they should not oompeto with white
Street Commissioner Culver, his
mother, Mrs. Culver and sister, Miss
Louise Culver Btarted for Ilwuco beach
Hharpe's Jorsey dairy is all right. It
does uut liquidate.
Salem louring Mills "Pride of Ore-
gou" Is a Bourceof Just pride with every
true housewife. She will havo no
Unas. Uray aud family went to-l
Leo Willis and family are at Idahua.
A new time card Is out on tho South
ern Pacific. It does not affect any
tralu but tho overland, which Is given
twenty mluutea more time to run be
tween Ashlaud aud Portlaud. It leaves
aud arrives at Salem Bamo time as be
Harry Simon returned from Portland
today where he weut to see to erecting
a monument in Beth Israel cemetery
over tho remalus of the late Mrs. Simon.
Mrs. M. Cyrus Is vlsltlug In Solo.
Henry Queeuer and Fred Daley were
up from Salem visiting tho folks over
Sunday. Henry has a position us street
oar conductor, and Fred Is a guard at
Miss Bridge, of Salem, Is visiting
Mrs. K, C, Myers, at Bclo,
The family ofE. W. Hall, south of
Salem, lost their threo year old daugh
ter Lucille, Thursday.
The Salem Canning Qo, lessee will
run on pears aud prunes as soon as
flAfifeltf TUB &0htD 01TY.
Portland fAllrirss Hayo No Effect On
Capital Olty Bankn
At tlin Hrttem Imllh f nek nf if.,ld.
silver, and paper were lu sight and no
one calling for It except la the ordinary
course of business On one counter
$7&i00 twenty-dollar gold pieces were
At tho First National there was ab
solute quiet. Drfpoills were as usual
and no variation whatever from the or
dinary day's business.
Mr. Bush salds, "Our buslnea las
usual. We notice no' change, except
that collections are much more difficult
"I think it looks quiet euough," said
Major Williams of the Williams & Eng
land Banking Co." to suit anybody."
There was no call fur exebauge or cash
more than ordinary.
Another Salem blnker said: "The;
failure of the'Portlaud banks will have
no. direct effect upon Bttlern, because
they do not use lheir credit with the!
Portland banks. During the stringency
they have kept their balances at home,
except sufficient with their correspond
ents for exchange business."
Finances. People never paid their
taxes up more promptly or apparently
with greater ease than this year. Moue
will be close until crops are moved.
The llnoueial crisis could not have
struck tho West at a more unfavorable
time than "between baying and har
vest." But with faith, confidence and
patience for another thirty days the
hardest pull will be over and business
And that tired feeling, loss of appetite
and nervous prostration are driven
uway by Hood's Sarsaparilla, like mist
before the morning sun. To realize the
benefit of this great medicine, give it a
trial and you will Join the army of en
thusiastic admirers of Hood' Sarsap
Sure elHcIent.easy-Hood'a Pills. They
should be in every traveller's grip and
every family medicine chest. 25c a box.
United Brethren in Christ.
Services tomorrow will be as follews:
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching
at 11 a. in. Subject "Spiritual Growth,"
preachltfe at 7:30 p. m. Subject, "The
Wedding Feast." All cordially invited
to attend. Lauin B. Baldwin, pastor.
Friends. President Edwin Morri
son, of the Polytechnic Institute, will
occupy the pulpit at the Friends'cburch
tomorrow in the absence of the pastor,
F. M. George. Subject ofmoming ser
vice "The Idea of God Universal.1'
Subject of evening service "Imitators
Evangelical Association. Ger
man church, corner Center and 'Lib
erty. Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Preaohing at 11 a. m. Eugllsh in
East Salem tubernacle. .Sunday school
at 3 p. in. Preaching aj 8 p.- m. All
are cordially invl'ed. A. A. EnglPbart
German. Tho young people's al
liance, of tho German Zlon's church,
corner of Central and Liberty streets,
will eutertaln. all German people' who
will come on this Saturday evening at
8 p. m. in the church, with an interest
ing literary and musical program,
Congregational. Special commu
nion service at 10:30 a. m. Special song
aud preaohing service at 7:30 p. m
conducted by P. S. Knight. Subject
in tho evening "The Revelation of the
Sous of God." Heats free.
Evangelical. Tomorrow the usual
morning and evening services will be
conducted by J. Buwersox, at Free
Readlug Room on Court street. Sun
day school at 12 o'clock. All welcome
Br. Paul's A. M. E. church, North
Salem, services at 11 a. m. Romaus 5
17, and at 8 p. m. St. Mark 8, 30-38.
Suuday school at 1 p. m. All are wel
o me. G. W, White, pastor.
Band Concert. The Second Regt.
band has a Hue program that will be
rendered Suuday afternoon at Morn.
Fast Time. A train load of Holt
Bros., Stockton, Cal., combined side
hill harvesters passed through Salem
this morning for Lincoln county,
Eastern Washington, "tho wonderful
wheat belt of tho Northwest." A trao
tlou euglueof four hundred horse-power
was on one car to pull ton of these
machlues arouud thousand acre wheat
fields, heading thegrafn, threshing and
saoklug it, burning the straw, and leav
ing the ground clean as lawn, with
out a human hand or horse touchlug
The only Pure Cream of Tarter Powder.No Ammonia; No Alma.
Used in Millions of Honis 40 Yars tlxe Standard
THIS SftoKtt WOOLbN'f TURfL
Tft Ifftrf.ftlm In LtttiimnVef ftofntf
to l Jllm Per HUntHiig.
In tho full of 1880 1 wns sent from
an Mwtcrn firm to Colorado to super
intend tho erection of a mwiiiill to
retflnco an old ono which wns de
stroyed by flro. Every thing wont on
nicely, rtnd tho mill was in running
ordof In abouUtwo weeks with tho
exception of n countershaft to run
tho pinner nnd matcher, which was
missing. To sond to tho factory
would tako not less than two weeks,
nnd wo camo to tho conclusion to cut
n plcca 6ff tho "old lirfo shaft nnd turn
ifcup ourselves, ns wo had nn old
Intho standing rioxt to tho boiler nnd
Tho weather of tho last month was
dry nnd very warm, but at sunset
that day a heavy snowstorm set in,
and tho thermometer dropped to zero.
Tho next morning wo sent our en
gineer to got ono of those old lino
shafts, but found them covered with J
snow and ico At last he succeeded
in; .getting 'hpld of a piece about 8
feet long. It measured about 2 inches
in diameter, somewhat thicker in the
center and tapered at one end. We
needed only 8 feet, so wo sent for a
sledge and chisel to cut off the right
length. Ono stroke nnd off flew the
thih part. I told tho men this kind
of iron would not do, but tho engi
neer said all iron would break like"
this in zero -weather; it soon would
be nil right if it came into the lathe
.next to the boiler. He took tho shaft
over to tho viseiind centered same,
and from there to the lathe, put the
steady rest in position and tried to
turn it to thuk right side, but all in
vain. The lathe was located near
the boiler, a warm place, tho ice had
melted during the time, nnd tho shaft
got softer and softer, and the tool
would not cut at all.
At this moment tho pioprletor of
the place stepped in, and seeing his
man running the lathe asked him
what he wns going to do. "I nm
trying to turn n shnf t for our planer,
but I never saw u piece of iron like
this. First it Was as hard as ghtss,
but as. soon as it got warm it turned
soft and is getting softer all tho
timo." Tho proprietor took a step
forward just in time to see the two
ends drop out of tho centers, but
held in the middle by the steady rest
showing several different colors. Tho
proprietor was an old man and had
for many years, lived in Colorado,
and one glance convinced him that
his engineer had taken a frozen rattlesnake-
for a pieco of iron, out off
the tail and put the balnnce in tho
lathe" to turn it off for a countershaft.
The snake was not hanging on the
rest longer than a minuto when it
commenced to whirl around to "free
itself. All the men ran, and the
snake after them, until somebody
killed it with a club. We looked for
tho. tail, which by this time had also
thawed, and found 15 rattles on it
Tho engineer sworo ho, would never
look f 6? another piece of iron on a
day liko this in Colorado! Cincin
An Important Jndirftry.
Very few outside ot-its own Jocal
ity are aware that the" place where
all tho canceling and dating stamps
used in thapostoffices throughout tho
United States are made is located in
Northumberland county,. Va.t At
Lodge, on tho Wicomico river, is a
little town whose inhabitants are al
most ontirely dependent upon this
industry for their livelihood. There
the malleablo iron castings in tho
rough are dressed, mortised, and by
hands almost as skilled as tho en
graver's each letter is tediously chiseled,-
then tempered, hardened and
polished. Hero also nro tho type for
tho mortises made, as are also the fa
miliar "Postage due," "Unclaimed"
and other stamps. The furnishing
of theso stamps is annually let to
contract by the government. The
Hon. Benjamin Chambers is the pres
ent contractor and has been for years,
as was his father beforo him. Chi
Auieithesla From Torture.
An extraordinary thing happened
during Mr. Seney's .last illness.
Whilo n friend was with him he was
smitten with n violent attack of an
gina pectoris. It seemed as though
his Bufferings wero more than the
body could stand and survive. The
paroxysm lasted, for more than an
hour. After it had passed ho opened
his eyes as ono who awakes from a
sound sleop and said to his friends,
"Why, I havo been asleep, haven't
It" So that it soomod that tho ex
cess of pain and struggle had really
produced a sort of anoesthesia, and
the case- will bo discussed at a meet
ing of ono of tho medical faculties.
A good choice homo io-eilii easy
(crnifl. Will take carpenter v8rk In
part payment. O. M. Bcelcft tf.
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Lost, Bet of gold bead. Finder
will please leave at this office, and re
TfiACHKia' Examination. Notice
Is hereby given that the regular quar
terly examination of teachers for Mar
lon county will bo held at the court
hoiiw, Salem, Oregon, at ono o'clock,
Wednesday, Aug. 0, 1893 Applicants
for state papers will bo examined at tho
same time and place. Dated this 21tb
day of July, 1803. J. H. Graham,
County Sup((ofticbools. 7-24d-lw-w2t
, Oregon Peaches. ,
I airi receiving daily Southern Oregon
peaches for sale cheap by box. Also on
hand fresh tomatoes green corn and
huckleberries, John G. Wright.
Economize In Paper.
" Clean newspapers, tied In buudles of
iuu, not cut, lor sale at this oiilco at
fifteen cents a bundle. A heavy straw
wrapping paper, largo sheets, two ccutB
a pound. Next door to the postoflice.
Program of exercises at the W. C. f,
U. hall, Sunday, at 4 o'clock p m:
Address, "Our Aim," Mrs. Albert, of
unio; "wuy JLlcense tho SaloonY"
Rev. Bowersox; "The Duty of Chris-
nans towards the 'lemperaucauause,"
WT. Rlnden: 'speech by Jt. R. Ryan:
musiocouductedbyDr. Epley. Every-
Douy invited, especially straugers.
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Notice is hereby given that the an
nual nieetiug of the stockholders of the
Capital Consolidated Gold and Silver
Mining Company, of the citv of Salem.
Oregon, will be held in the office of the
i-ompany, on the second Thursday, the
lutn aay 01 August, ibiM, at 8o'clocK p,
in., for the election ot directors and
such other business of may come before
tne meeting. J. t. jiaas, Bec'y.
Salem, July 20, 1893. 7:10-d-2w
A RARE OPPORTUNITY.
The Trask River Toll Road, with fur
nished hotel aud farm, at Its western
Kate, in Tillamook county, title cleat
and renting for $600 to $1000 a year
can be secured now, ib exchange for
productive city property, or a good
farm in the Willamette valley. In-
auire of N. W. G. at residence of B. C
Ward, 18th street, near Court, Salem,
uregon. 7-7-dw lm
Contractors and Builders.
Sealed proposals will be received at
the governor's office until 2 p. m. Mon
day, August 7, 1893, and opened imme
diately thereafter, for erection and com
pletion of two cottages and a congre
gated dining ball, which are to be
erected at the O. 8. I. A. cottage farm
Plans and specification can be seen at
the ofllce of Chas. Burggraf, architect
A certified check of $100 must accom
pany each bid aaa guarantee to furnish
satisiactory bonds. Tne right Is re
served to reject any or all bids.
Geo. W. MoBride,
7-25-tf Board of Trustees.
DOWN GO THE BATES!
The Union Pacific now leads with re
duced rates to eastern points, and their
through car arrangements, magnific
ently equipped Pullman and Tourist
sleepers, iree reclining chair car and
fast time, make it the best time to trav
el. Two traius leave from Portland
dally at 8:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. The
rates are now within reach of all, aud
everybody should take advantage of
mem to visit tne worm's lair and their
friends In the ea9t Send for rates and
schedules of trains, aud do not purchase
tickets until after consulting Boise &
Banter, agents, Salem, Or.
W. H. Hublburt,
Ass't Gen'IRass. Agent, U. P.,
Knowing One' Own Country.
It is an old joke that tho native
Londoner never visits tho Tower-of
London nnd often has not seen tho
interior of Westminster abbey. Tho
same rule frequently holds good in
America. It is the stranger or sub
urban visitor who takes tho trouble
to visit tho objects of historical inter
est in our cities, or the localities
where importnut events havo taken
place. It is the summer boarder or
tho art student who discovers tho
view from the hill behind tho village
meeting house and the charm of tho
country bylanes down which tho
cows como homo at sunset.
How many Bostonians know their
Boston? How many New Yorkers
know Now York ? How many of those
oven who know tho museums, gal
leries nnd parks of their city know
thoroughly the beauties of its sub
urbs, easily attainable in theso days
of horso cars and of olectricitvt
Thero is no place cooler orpleasant
er in a hot summer day than an open
horso or electric car, speeding along
tho sldning rails at a pace sufficient
to make its own breeze for its own
passengers, taking them smoothly as
a magic carpet from scorching pave
ments and stifling, tall buildings in
to regions of lawns nud villas, foun
tains, flowers and trees,
A recent writer has called theso
useful vehicles, so cheap nnd so com
fortable, "tho triumphal cars of de-
. . . . .
mocracv. Ulir Btav nr. hnma niM.
zens havo a good deal of very inter
esting travel within reach by mak
ing use of their privileges in this one
respect Youth's Companion.
As Good w h Looked.
"YOU look SWeet ounnili tn nnf
said Josh Sasaf ras to his best girl ori
"You just wait till Bupper time, and
you'll see mo eat," was her reply,.
Ml ft . Illllimm. iillBBiwlIWMWMMWLWMiiWIIHhiagMaWMfcWM.il,Hp,)iwy,
KEEP PUSHING A HEAD
IS THE WAY TO SUCCEED,
nnd wlrlo wo nro
Pushing a Head
wo will puah a lot of Bargains
to the front in tho way of ALL
WOOL HOME MADE
There is more catarrh In this section
of the country than all other diseases
put together, and until the last few
years was supposed to be incurable.
For a great many years doctors pro
nounced it a local dleeaBe, and pre
scribed local remedies, and by constant
ly failing tocure with local treatment,
pronounced it incurable. Science has
proven catarrh to be a constitutional
disease, and therefore requires consti
tutional treatmont. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by P. J. Cheney
& Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only consti
tutional cure on the market. It is
taken internally in doses from 10 drops
to a teo8poonful. It acts directly on
the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. They offer one hundred dol
lars for any case it falls t-j cure. Send
fur olrrnliirs Anil tpMmnnlnla Art.
dress, F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. !
BSTSold by druggists, 75c.
Leonard George is at Scotts Mills
this summer runuing a shingle saw.
Miss Bertha 8umner, of Oregon City,
attended the county institute a few
days. She has a license to teach in this
Prof. Nelson Morrison will leave in a
few days to visit the world's faifand
bis parents living in Indiana.
Prof. J. H. Douglas is spending his
timo this summer in the Salem art gal
lery. Prof, is an expert retoucher of
Two more rooms are being finished
in the institute building. With' the
chapel which was finished last spring
this will give three rooms in addition
to the ones used last year.
Tho Institute building has been re
painted which .adds very much to the
appearance of the building.
Free. Morrison and family spent a
few days in the mountains the first of
There is a good prospect for students
the coming year, but there is still room
for others who wish a good practical
Maciiink Oil. Farmere, buy your
oils at the Blue Front, and save 25 per
Police Court. I. A. Mclutyre, a
kinAof Wyoming cowboy, was fined
$10 and costs for carrying a pistol. He
went to jail. Judge Edes told him it
might be necessary to carry such things
In cowboy countries but would not do
in a civilized land.
A Complete Collapse
Is occasioned in our feelings by derange
ment of the liver, stomach or bowels.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure slok
und bllllous headache, bowel complaints
Internal Tever and coativeness They
remove all waste matter, and restore
health to body and mind. A dose, as a
laxative, consists of one tiny, sugar
coated Pellet. Cheapest aud easiest to
take. By druggists, 25 cents a vial.
Doctor prescribed : C&storis
Hardware; Wagons, Carts, Road Machinery
AND AGRICULTUP?AL IMPLEMENTS,
u ur Latest Improved Goods and Lowest Prices.
N. W. Cor, SUte and Liberty Sts. SALEM, OREGON.
Silk Gloves and Mitts
Le Bon Ton, celebrated guaranteed kid $1.50 a pair
Other kid gloves jsG to $2.25 "
Cotton, Lialo, Taffeta and Jersey Gloves all Pce3
Men's harvest and working gloves 50 to $1.25
laying gloves, dress gloves, party gloves and mitts,
SPJWIXLIS BROTHERS & CO.
Q!IA HOI7HK CinJIKV.tt
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WE WANT FACTS.
'We want facts." observed Dickens veil'
UnowD character, Mr.TbomaiQradgrina,'
ind it u well eDoneb to confine to our-
-ietvei asa general thing to such statement
uuiesg we Hre a ltxcu j uti now let us airecv
innablif sale on OUB PAPER BOOK-.
tiew books arrive dally. Call around
JUUl HHCUUUU IU ILD lUCb LI1JL WOHnJUUV-
each day and gee them. We bavej usi wbat
vuu wiinno reaa ai me geasiae .Tery
body says we have a fine assortment. No
trouble to snow you tne line. Come In and;
mau yoursen at uome.
Boolceellers 'and Stationers
08 STATE STREET.
World's Fair, Chicago.
Calumet Avonao and 23th Street.
iillTPl o m Flreproot; 241 ruome; oeir Fklr
ulll Grounds; baths on crcrr floor.
, American and European plana.
DJMUnUfr I hotel. Write for circular.
Before Going to the Wo? Id's Pair
The Limited Express trains of the Chi
cago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway
between St. Paul and Chicago and
Omaha and Chicago.
These trains are vcstihuled, electric ,
lighted and steam heated, with the flu
eat Dining and Sleeping Car Service In
TbeElectrio reading light In each
berth is the successful novelty of this
progressive age, and Is highly appreciat
ed by all regular patrons of this line.
We wish others to know" Its merits, as
the Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul Bail
way Is the only line In the west enjoy
ing the exclusive use of this patent.
For further information apply to
nearest coupon ticket agent, or address
C. J. Eddy, General Agent,
J. W. Casey, Trav. Pass. Agt.
225 Stark St., Portland, Or. tf
On easy terms and cheap. A CO acre orchard
on Sunny bide No.'one. 3 miles south
MO-flt-dw JOHN HART.
" CMT. Wednesday, In Salem, a pa kageof
li laceand-frlnges wrapped In newspaper.
Leave at this omce. 7-s
LOST COW strayed irom the RrarlDrher4
near the Fair Grounds, a poUl co
with the tips or her horns awed off Anyon
returning her to roy residence will be sn Isf
tonly rowaided. Leo. Willis. July 27, iMBTW
UIS I'APEU Is kept on Ole at K. V. !''
Advertising Agency, fit and tJS.Mercbant
change. San Francis o, California, wbtra
contraou for advertising can he made for It.
CHRISTIAN RCIENOE Literature of all
kindsonsaleat 826 Liberty UreeU 4-5-1T
ATTENTION. Cash money paid for ir.
bottles, old Iron and all kinds of metal
also hides, at old Court House, Half m.
Regular RAv.nth n.v .d..ntiBi utrvlets St
old Unitarian Hall opposite opera house, 8
lem, Hatqr ay. Baboath school at los.m-t
fallowed by Bible leading and other service";
Frayer meeting Wednesday 733 n. m.
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