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FKKIOIIT IS 'TF.S HMHKU.
TbbDilla iknilzer saysi
Tiiojiotitliern PjcIUo hag mode a
now freight rate, golo Into eflect this
month, f n same & there Iff a re
daction, but a general raise. For In
stance' we bve been paying 17 cenU
per 100 pounditon uevrnjKiper from Port
land, but most hereafier fork over 23
cenK The saloon tneu had been pay
ing only 8j cents on betfr, but- are now
RfjulruiW under 5 cents for every 100
weight. The Euxene merchants kicked
to the extont Hint their freight now
comes from Ban Fraueieco by way or
Yafjulna, and If bing htulf-d by teams
from Corvallls, forty miles."
The above Is resp ctfully referred to
a railroad commission that costs Ore
gon ten t iouand a tear. What Is It
doing for the people?
A SAMPLE LETTER.
Following is received from a friend
In Iowa who watibto ronie to Salem to
loca'e. He says: "I take the liberty of
writing you for a little information in
regard to the country around Salem.
Sioux county is fast tilling up wltb
Hollanders and it Is about time for me
to be looking up a new location for I do
not Intend to sell hero until I know
what I can do In the future.
I should like to know it there are any
openings for profitable Investment of
joie eight or ten thous ind dollars capi
tal and pluck unlimited. I do not know
if I should care to Invest money iu
farming as I suppose It is very differ
ent to the course persued here and one
would have to learn the business all over
again and therefore mlghtalmost rather
start Into any good opening.
Are there many good chances to iu
vest In wild land and bold for a raise
with any certainty of increase in value
In the near future.
What are the chances for getting em
ployment in or around Baiem such as
would suit ono of my temperment.
My Idea was that perhaps I could
find Investment for capital wblcu would
not necessarily give mo employment.
Should that be the case I would not
want to lay Idle oh that kind of business
does not agree with me.
Mock farming I presume Is, as it is
here, very slow Just now and I under
stand that the fruit business Is rather
I should not care much what business
or employment I went iuto provided it
was "straight" and required plenty of
out door "rustling." Oh Yes, and paid.
How I busluess In Salem? Have you
got a good live town controlled by a
"white" element? Would you recom
mend the southern portion of Oregon
In preference to any other portion.
I must express myself as partial to a
Christian community in every sense of
tbo word and rely on you for a few
facts as indicated by the above ques
tions. I hope you will pardon mo for lntrud
Iu on your time and Imposing on your
kindness, but I feel that I can rely on
the Information you give me, and the
favor will bo greatly appreciated.
Crops are very fair In old Sioux coun
ty and everything movea alouir, about
The Custom of tho Country
Is to give a fair trial to articles present
ed for popular approval and tbeu to
testify to tho merits of the best. Tried
by this standard, the best external rem.
edy known to both tho medical frater
nity and the general ptQIo Is the All
cock's Porous Plasters, its fair trial has
extended over a period of more than
thirty yean. Iu all that time It has
nover failed In remedial and early ef.
foot, There Is no experiment about It.
Iluyera of AllcooU's Porous Plasters
take no chauoe. They are getting
Biauuaru gooua wuictt nave ueun Known
and proved for a generation. Thulr
composition and Ingredients have never
oeen equauea iu any linituliou piaster.
The people know this. They havo
found a true frloud In Allcock'a Porus
Plaster. Other so-called porous plasters
are feeble Imitations of the genuine.
They may, now and thou, be sold to
tbo unwary, but experience and use
toon snow their worthless charuoter.
For all purposes wherein a plaster Is re
quired Allcock'a Is tho only one that la
worth buying or trying. This is uot
the unsupported asscrtlou of the man
ufaoturera (they need no such factitious
aid to popularize their remedy), but the
volutaUry and hearty testimony of the
living uieuaud women w'jo have bad
persoual exerleuce of disease aud
their cure. The "cuxtntu of tho coun
try'' haa put Alloook's Porous Plaster at
the head of external remedies, and
thero It will stay, for the simple reason
tbutltla thoroughly good, safe.sure and
peedy in action. What more could be
naked? Ask your druggist for All-
eeotva ami accept no otuer.
Women with pale, colorless raors, who reel
WMk and 1Uoourufd, will ratal both tnu
11 and bodily vljor by uslug- Carter's Irou
WUs, whlnltard made for the lIoo4,ucrvM
aa complex tun,
Mniart Weed and Belladonna, coroblued
with theothor IncnxtleuU used lu the Imm. po
rus plaster, make Carter's U. W. A U. lUok.
anbe 1 1-uUjrs the best lu the murkoU JTloe
Xy$ pepsin In IU wormt forms will yle'd to
Ike use oMWUr's Little Nerve 1'llls, aided by
Carter ' li'ttle iilvr J'llU. Thy not ouly ri
Ue fiteeut dlsims but streuxlheu the
tioMisvcti aud digestive apparatus, ,
Hood's Cures J
I '1g1jj J
3trs, A O. Oman
Health and Strengtli -lUfsftred
"I suffered seterely wlla psdns ill oyer
raj bodjr. Burins; Ow spring I felt" com
pletely worn out and barely took! food
enough to Weep me altre. I tried Tlood'i
SirJaparUla. The swelling has subsided
and the shooting pains are gone. I am
stronger and hart a good appetite." Una.
A- O. Ojia.v, 3 4 Xemnan St, S. Boston, Mass.
Hood's Pills are purely vegetable, and
perfect In proportion and appearance.
A POPULIST PIGI1T,
It Is coming to be pretty well under
stood that the tight on the penitentiary
management Is a fight for control of
Populist leadership. It does not con
cern Republicans or Democrats. It is
not at bottom a protest against corrup
tion or a crusade for reform. It Is a
war of extermination against Popnlist
leaders by which others would step In
The tight in reality is not against
Supt. Downing- It is part of a general
onslaught on Pennoyer and Upton as
Populist leaders. They must bade
stroyed that others may succeed them.
Duleus the Influence of Pennoyer and
Upton can bo destroyed certain men
who want high ofllce and can get it in
no other way, can not succeed. They
are directing a red hot fight to this end.
Unable to attack the men who stand In
their way In any court or grand Jury or
legislature tbey are conducting a news
paper and school house besmirching pro
cess to down Pennoyer and Upton.
Unable to make their case with the
business men of Salem or tho legisla
ture or circuit court, the battle Is waged
among the farmers for votes. No prom
inent llepubltcans or Democrats are
aimed at. The tight is directed to
alienate Populist support from Populist
leaders and all the old ring politicians
at Salem and Portland clap their hands.
We have no Interest in shielding
Downing. Ho can hold his own. But we
are a lover of fair play. Wo like to sec a
Bquaro fight. Tiik Journal does not
regard that thero is a particle of sincer
ity in the effort, so fur as the men are
concerned who are standing back and
directing the fight In hopes of reaping
the reward at the polls. Farmers who
are asked to contribute to purify state
politics are really being mulcted to de
fray the campaign's expenses of men
who will not openly make a tight for
reform, but who are helping strike
down men who have done something
for tho benefit of the people.
Union, Or., July 81. An accident
occurred at the Oregon Roller mills In
this city lu which Linn Philips, an 8-year-old
boy, lost his life. He was go
ing through the mill alone, having no
particular business except a desire to be
around tho machinery. The head mil
ler was on tho third floor when he
heard two dull thuds. On descending
to the second floor the lifeless form of
the boy was lying ou tho floor with bis
skull crushed In aud his body otherwise
.Ascension school building at the
Cove, six miles north of hero, was de
stroyed by fire this morning.
ASTontA, July 81. John Hansen
has confessed that he murdered his
wife at Bear creek, six miles from here,
last Wednesday. He acknowledged
that he killed her In order to secure
money which she bad uuder lock aud
key. He killed the woman wllh a club
aud took the keys but did not find the
Hausen has been In Jail since Thurs
day aud the sheriff, received word from
tho upper town that a mob of Finns
and Scaudanurluua had gathered and
were only waiting a leader to assail the
Jail and lynch Hausen.
Fornarr Grove, July 31. Today the
contract for constructing the new col
lego building was let. Tho contract
was awarded Messrs. Hobklrk & Mao.
keuxle for $50,000.
Dknvkh, July 31. It Is reported that
tho Standard Oil compauy Is ugalu iu
control In Oolorado,bavlug absorbed its
rival, the Rook Mouutalu Oil compauy.
xue cost is 11,000,000.
Nkw Whatcom, July 31. The fol
lowiug notice was posted on the doors
orthe- Puget 8ouud Loan, Tru & Hank
Ce: "Owlug to ooustam wlthdmw.il
ol deposits and the Inability to realize
on securities, the bank susjwiuled leui
porarlly." The bank was Incorporated
uuder the state laws of 1600 with a cap.
Italstocklof 5125,000. The liabilities are
150,000; assets 200,000,
adapted to old aud
takoSET iX WiWSr rem,
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IN TH FRENCH ARMV.
ftnrtV tills a tptj tlcM rfftirf
Itrlid l'rnM'nllnln 4fr MnHf,
Tho first nnMnost wJIcnt point In
tlioFToriuli nrmy P&iWroin j ithin
Is tlio mixture of social ranks Now
this mixture, which might lu many
j fificjetlcg, bo n source of weakness,
may bo pom mfo'Td 15ri8 of tho
(principal cnusoof tlie recuperation
of tho country- It is, 1 1eliove, n
unique exiwrimcnt to htytho mili
tary lftw.-equnlly upon tho shoulders
of o very citizen of whatever rank ho
The nearest approach to the French
universal conscription is to bo found
in Germniiy, but oven there tho ab
solute equality of men before tho
law is far from holding good. Pro
motion from tho ranks is almost un
known. Tito rich, who can afford a
university education for their eons
and who can pay a Bum of money to
tho government, arc exempt from
all serious soldiering. Thesojrounjr.
men pass a fow weeks in barracks
and afterward attend a specified
time of drill, while they are allowed
to lodge outside quartern and follow
their ordinary civil occupations in
tbo university. This lasts, if I am
not mistaken, for opo year, after
which term they pass into the re
serve .as officers.
Under tho French law every man
without exception serves in tho army
for at least one year. During that
year ho is "merged entirely in the pri
vate Bbldier. His social rank, if he
has one, is completely ignored, the
officers who command him regard
merely his efficiency and his faithful
ness to duty, and if any difference is
made between a man of some educa
tion and the peasants around iim it
ia in the direction of putting him
into the peloton d'lnfitruction a spe
cies of school drill where he may
earn in six months or a year tho
grade of corporal, but in which, on
account of the extra duties the place
involves, tho life is harder in man
ual labor and has less free-time thafi
that of the unambitious trooper out
side. It must not bo inferred from this
that the peloton d'instruction stands
apart. It is held merely during the
hours which are otherwise free time.
Nor must it bo imagined for a mo
ment that a man of a richer class
than his fellows necessarily belongs
to it, or that men of such a class
form the majority of ita members.
Thero may be, in a company or bat
tery from six to eight eleves caper
aux and in a whole regiment less
than that number of gentlemen.
The elevation to the grade of re
serve officer is also proceeded with
in a manner very different from that
obtaining in Germany. The places
in tho reserve are given in part to re
tired officers of the active army and
in part to those men who havo fol
lowed tho peloton d'instruction for
at least ono year and who at tho end
of that timo are competent to pass a
special examination. Contemporary
A Hint About Buylnp Ueehlves.
"An Experienced Lady Beekeep
er," writing in the London Post, says:
"No hive with less than 13 frames is
of any uso for profitable beekeeping,
and those who buy small, cheap hives
aro soon discouraged in their efforts
to improve their apiaries. As tho
purchase of a proper beehive is a
largo outlay for the cottager, I would
suggest that a system of purchase by
installments (paid in advance) might
assist to supply this need. Tho ex
perts aro necessarily few and far be
tween, and their work is chiefly
among those who can afford to re
munorato them. Tho want of an ox
tractor is also a hindranco to tho Bys
torn. I havo lent my own in soveral
instances for extracting from tho
rush hfves, and it has boon a great
assistance in securiug'bright, clean
honey. I consider it would bo a great
help to tho cottage beekeeper if it
could bo arranged for un expert to
mako a tour of inspection through
his distinct, taking an extractor with
him, for the uso of which a small
percentage might bo charged on the
amount extracted from each apiary."
A Famous Aqueduct.
Ouo of the most imposing archi
tecttiral relics of western Europe is
tho aqueduct of Nismes in southern
Frauco. Aftor tho lapse of 10 cen
turies this colossal monument still
spans tho valley, Joining hill to hill
in a nearly perfect state, Tho high
est range of arches carries a small
canoL just wido enough for a man to
creep through and 6tlll retaining u
thick lining of Roman cement The
height of tho structure is 183 foot
aud tho length of tho highest arcado
672 foot. Its uso was to convey to
.tho city of Nismes tho water of two
spriuga 25 miles distant Tito only
modern structures worth mentioning
in comparison aro the Croton anuo-
duct and tho waterworks of Lisbon,
ueguoru auu ssan iranclsco.
Charleston Nowb and Courier.
Widowhood In Cblna.
It is a law pf good Bociety in China
that young widows nover marry
again. Widowhood is thereforo hold
iu tho highest esteem, and tho older
tho widow grows, the more agreeable
doea her position become wiUi tho
jwoplo. Should tehe reach, SO years
sho may by applying to the emperor
I gos sum oi uiouoy wita which to
buy a tablet on which ia engraved
I tho euniof hor virtues. Tho tablet
f9 i ver the principle entrant
, to her howw. Exchange.
MRS. EUHRA HATCH.
HEART DISEASE 20 YEARS.
Dr. XUa MuHeal Of JStkXari, Xni,
Dsak Brsa : For SB. ystrs I wss trembled with
is ana: tor saTtirs i wis uunoiea wiu
diseesfe Would frtqtsecUr hare Wlinjr
md HBOt&erin st Bight. Ilad to sit op or
t of bed to brMtbe. ilsd pels la ay ten
M out of
side and back Boat ef the Urns; st lsst I became
dropsical. I wss rtry Derrons and ntorly worn
oat. The lease nrttpf.nt would cause me to
with flnttertrif . For the last fifteen rdt I could
sot steep ob sax left side or back anUl betas Hilar
our Art Hmrt Car. I bad not takes UTery
Ions' untU I feUnneh better, asd I eaa now slseo
oo either side or back without the least discom
fort. I bare no pain, smotberlnc. dropsy, co wind
on nomacnorouer auegreeaoie symptoms.
able to do all tar own housework without any
ttouble and eoaslder apelf cured. ,
Elkhart. Ind.. lias. Ha. Xumu Hatch.
It Is now four years since I bare taken any
medicine. Am In better health. Uuu I bate been
Ur? ifSSPVeS CURED
Start Curt Ted my life W Um V
and made me a well woman- lamnowMyeM
of age, and aa able to do a good day's work.
Hay Wtb, V&. KM- KMOU HATCH.
01,0 ON A POSITIVE QUARANTCg.
TRY DR. MILES' PILLS, 50 DOSES 25 CT&
8old by D. J. Fry, druggist, Salem
tlt lC XTCHZITO TTT.TM kntnrn br aoittaf
Fin V C 1"" inplUon,eauM InUnse Itching
'.J'jT when warm. This form and BLIKD,
Yf)II BbzxDma or PBOTBUnrNO nasi
nrtT M. BO-SAN-KO-S PILE REMEDY,
V(J I which sot directly- on puu. affected
.r7L. abmorbi tnmon. JUrltcMwr,eCctlna
Dig C O a permanent enra. Frloe BOo. Imj3lta
lilmtmV ormau. Dr. BoinVo,ghndalphG.r.
Bold by Bttskett & Van Slype.
Prices Current by Telegraph Local
and Portland Quotations.
SAtEir, July 31, 4 p. m. Office
Daily Capital Journal. Quota
tions for day and up to hour of going to
press were as follews:
8ALKJI fRODUCE MARKET.
Pe&s-S cents a gallon.
Raspberries red and black 4 eta.
Veala dressed 4J cts.
Soga-dressed 6J to a J.
Live cattle 2 to 2.
Sheep alive $1.50 to $2.00.
Spring lambs 51 50 to $2.00.
Salem Milling Co. quetes: Flour
in wholesale lota (3.20. Retail $3.60.
Bran $17 bulk, $18 sacked. 8borta $10
and $20. Chop feed $10 and $20.
HAY AND DRAIN.
Oats 40 to 45 cents.
Hay Baled, new $S to $12: old $10 to
$14. Wild in bulk, $6 to $8.
Barley No demaud excopt for' feed,.
Apples $1.50 a bushel.
Wool Best. 10c.
Hops Small sale, 15i to 17c
Eegs Casb, 18 cents..
Butter Best 'dairy, 25; fancy
Cheese 12 to 15 cts.
Farm smoked meats Bacon 12;
hams, 13; shoulders, 10.
Potatoes new. 60o.
Onions 1 j to 2 cents.
Beeswax 34o. Caraway seed, 18c.
Anise seed, 20c. Ginseng, $1.40.
HIDES AND PELTS.
Green, 2 cts; dry, 4 cts; sheep pelts,
75 cts to $1.25. No quotations on fun.
Chickens 7 to 10 cts; broilers 10tol2;
ducks, 12; turkeys, slow sale, choice,
10 cts; geese slow.
Grain, Feed, etc.
Flour Staudard. $3.40: Walla Walla.
$3.40; graham, $3.00; superfine, $2.50
Oats VhIte.45o ner bushel; grey. 42e:
rouiHi, in uags, tu.zawo.ou; narreis,
$0.506.75; cases. $3.75.
iiay Best, $15(2)17 per ton; common,
Wool valley, 10 to 12c.
Mlllatufld-Brau, $17.00; aborts, $21;
ground barley, $2024; chop reed, $18
per ton; whole feed, barley, 80S5 per
ceutul; middling, $2328 per ten: brew
ing barley. 0005o per cental: ohlcsen
wheat $1.2101.24 per cental.
Hops 10 to 171c
Butter Oreeon fancy creamery . 221 fil
25c; fanoy dairy, 17j20c; fair to good,
io(o)iuc: common, izjo per pounu; Cali
fornia, S544o per roll.
Cheese Oregon, 12J; Eastern
twins, JGc; Young American, 16c per
iwr pouuu; miuorma uuu, no.
T2ggu Oregou, 18o per doseo.
Poultry Cblckeu3,old,f5.00j broilers,
large, $2 003.Ou; ducks, old, $1.60
6.00; youug, ri.504.00; geese, $8.0(1
turkeya, live, 12 e; dressed, 15o, per lb.
BAN PKAXOISOO UABKUT.
Woel: Oregon Eastern choice,' 12
15c; do Inferior, 0llc; do valley, 14
Potatoes New Erlv Rose. 50caS0:
60c00 er ceutul.
banks, $ wl .00 per cental.
Onions 756S5o ner cental for red.
and $1.00uil.20 forsllveraklna.
for gtxMl qutillty stud bajo for choice;
Oats-MlllTng, $i.451.52; funov fed
$1 45 1. 62J; gnodtochoIoe,$l.SJl.i5:
onmmou to fair, $1.101.2S; gray fl.SO
1.41; blwk, L1Q 1.90 per cenUL ;
f know not In what fund Ion nhn wi made.
Nor what her rolee wm wlien she titwl In
Nor If the ellkf n !hn threw a sliaife
On wart or foty ebeek.
t pktdre it with vrrmful, vagHe ern
iiiamipea witn sacn strange gieamn or mnr
As linger In the drift of London skle
Ere twilight imm to mIbIiI.
( know not; 1 omjectiire. Ttran a idrl
That with her own moit senile desperate
From out God's mrstlo setting plncked life's
Tls hard to understand.
o prrclons life I'.I Errn to the old
The hours are as a miter's coins, and she
Within her hands lay youth's unmlnted gold
And all felicity.
The wlngt-d Impetuous spirit, the white flame
That was her soul once, whither has It flown?
Above her brow gray lichens blot her namo
Upon the carven stone.
This Is her book of verses wrenlike notes.
Shy frankneseea, blind uroplngs, haunting
At times across the chords abruptly floats
A mist of passionate tears.
A fragile lyro too tensely keyed and strung,
A Lroken music, weirdly Incomplete;
Here a proud mind, wlf ba filed and self stung.
Lies coiled in dark defeat.
Thomas Bailey Aldrich In Scrlbner's.
The Use or tho Word "Mrs."
A curiously awkward word, if it be
a word, is "Sirs." It is not spelled as
it is pronounced no one but a
Welfahman or a Polo would be equal
to pronouncing it as it is spelled
and its pronunciation is a clumsy
contraction of the good old "English
designation mistress. In days of old,
when, as ilr. Austin DoUson has de
picted for us in so many graceful
verses, leisure had not become, as it
is now, almost a forgotten luxury
and people were less anxious to clip
their speech, tho full pronunciation
was often used, and "mistress" was
not altogetlier elbowed out of exist
ence by the vulgar "missis." But
nowadays "mistress" has become as
much a term of opprobrium as of
honor, and consequently the con
tracted pronunciation of "Mrs." has
prevailed and holds the field.
Another point worth noting in the
history of the designation is that
about 150 years aeo and earlier
"Mrs." was applied quite impartially
to unwarned as well married ladies.
Even children were sometimes styled
"Mrs." Tho burial of an infant
daughter of John Milton who died
at tho ago of 5 months is recorded in
the parish register of St Margaret,
Westminster, and her name is en
tered as "Mrs. Katherine Milton,"
followed by a small "c" to indicate
that a child is meant. But this may
be regarded as an exceptional use of
tue title. Sala's Journal.
Kind Words For Her Majesty.
A well known bishop, suffering
from impaired vision, was recently
holding a levee, and one by one his
guests were being ushered into his
reception room. At length one ar
rived and said:
"How do you do, my lord? My
mother wishes to be kindly remem
bered to you."
"Ah I" said the bishop, "thatisvery
good of her. And how is the dear
old soul? Nothing hike a good old
mother 1 Bo sure to take care of your
old mother. Good morning."
The bishop did not in tho least
know who his visitor was and said
to his footman, "Who was that?"
The servant replied, "Tho last gen
tleman who left your lordship's re
ception is tho Duke of Connaught."
Tho "dear old soul" was Queen
Victoria. London Tit-Bits.
Poker With a Stammering Man.
"Did you ever play poker with a
stammering man?" asked a citizen
whose eyes and shaking hands gave
signs of a threatened attack of nerv
ous prostration. "No? Well, I did
last night, but I'll never do so any
more. Just imagine, if you can, a
man's feelings when he has put a big
fat bluff and sees that stuttering
friend on the other side of tho tablo
pick up his cards and hear him Bay,
'W-w-vr-ell, I g-g-g-uess 111 guess
I'll p-p-pass.' I tell yftu, the strain
on a man's nerves while he is wait
ing for the verdict is something aw
ful." Indianapolis Journal.
Why They Smoke.
Young Woman (in open street car)
I dont 6ee why some men aro
bound to smoko every moment they
aro on a car.
Old Woman (loudly) Oh, let 'em
smoke, poor fellows, I s'poso their
wives won't let'em smoko at homo.
New York Weekly.
Miss Dickens, writingof herfathor,
declares that in tho Little Noll of
"Old Curiosity Shop" is reproduced
much of tho 'character of her Aunt
Mary, a sister of Mrs. Dickens, who
died when little moro than a child.
To produce a gradual and lastimr
reduction in size, diet ia of the great
est importance, and .with this and
mild 'aperients-, an 'unhealthy increase
of adipoeo tissue may bo prevented.
Some men aro honest by way of
self interest, just as a matter of
policy, and- generous as part of a
strategic plan for attaining succtea.
Mr. Chaunooy Depew is credited
with, having said recently, "A man
forms few t riendshipa after tho ago
of 40 arid none at all after 60."
A horse owned by a farmer livfaitr
near Owensboro, Ky., gbea without,
master and drives up the cows eracy
IT IS ECONOMY
Ue kin tne tourieiy
ComDlfetedana.reflllvitAwiiltrtn tiitn?Zn TrAVri k.v ,vi . . .
atreasbftabto prices. ,We?eep a fnll, Hriev of .lYufck-. Drays and Etpress to
meerall demands. AJso lteepHripjfiBet8talltnns16 ttilfl county, for ktvIcc
Ham and residenne 2 hlnb- amrrrvr nnainin. ' hvaw . w
Barn and residence" 2 block soulfTof
If you woulrl be clean and have your clothes done up in
the neatest and dressiest manner, take them to the
SALiSRl SrTBAM LJAOJasiDRY
where all work is done by white labor and in the most prompt
manner. COLONEL J. OLMSTED,
From now until further notice we will sell our entire stock
AT COST .
Consisting of men and boy's clothing, hats, caps, underwear,
etc. Are all marked down.
We have no old shelf-worn stockatid make this extraordinary
We must reduce xur stock
never before ottered. Come in arid examine our large and
selected stock. We wiUpleas'e'you'in quality of goods and
SHOW COMMENCES TODAY. ADMISSION FREE.
Wood taken in exchange for clothing.
DR. GUN N'
ONE PILL FOR A DOSE.
fee kk1i. TkM pixtm ntlrk u bum
Uau maku nciUu. OiueltMilMlM. I4m
Ike Iim atMf tae Oomplartoa kMMc Mua
MuMttca. 9r at mtuur. rter or
lUiua aa eUur Ute fa. T wiitwt rau dTtat lr
"9eM by Bwkrtt VaSa(yp.
A ia01, .
To use a condensed milk that Is made from th
Purest and KIclieit Milk to be had. The olj
Gill BORDEN FAGLE BtMffD
Condensed Mllk'IsniSJe from the milk oiiht
finest breed of cows. 'The New YSik Condensal
Milk Co. owns (factories Irt only 'the best dairy
regions of the United States. Its Inspectors visit
all farms and look most carefully after the con
dition of 1he stock. All tnllk about which ther
is a shadow of a doubt is at once rejected.
Your Grocer-and Druggist sell it.
"and In the sick room.
RYAN & CO.
of coods and -teuch bargains were
WORLD'S FAIR, CHICAGO.
MOTEL - - SSSesraSgES
A New Remedy
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eaO rcuoalnm the Uwl. and a rttlor?"0?,1iJ
vijor to the tiwucs u oflcttd to iuBtn lor t"TTa
b a noutij wlucb ha Ua uodttfoutt lb fZ
prime aipolocnu far h ua thre yf- J'JziiH
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