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VELNXKO. UAP.lTAXi JjOTFRNAI., TUESDAY, ATTGRJST 29, 1893.
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WlMl UlillULttiWJi mm
ALL DRESS GOODS INCLUDED.
Call and Get Prices.
Our two fine presents will be given away September 1st
THE PALACE anddsSegcompany,
307 Commercial Street.
- IF -
You are going to build or make any Hod of
Improvement, call oa tbe unders'gned lor
BwlerlftL We have complete stock, and are
resdy to supply any prepared contract, sewer
work, (Trading, etc
Salem Improvement Co.
Look J Look ! To men from 17 to 50
years. Now Is your chance to learn a
trade. Mr. E. H. Turner will open a
mechanical school, second floor of old
courthouse, September 4th, for the
sura of ten dollars he will teach you the
use of carpenter's tools, also to file,
grind and keep In perfect order Baid
tool. The work is practical. The
scholar Is required to make aud put to
gether the diflerent parts of a house.
The method is very simple and quick.
Mr. Turner will guarantee to teach the
ordinary man as much in two weeks as
he formerly learned in three years ap
prenticeship. Every man should take
the two weeks couse be he rich or poor.
The nrofesalonal man will find it far
better exercise than the useless dumb
Bio Foreclosure. The Oregon
Land Co., have begun a foreclosure suit
against a Chicago syndicate that pur
chased fifty acres of land in Highland
Addition, December 8, 18S9, the price
to be paid was $33,333 In tbree.equal
notes to run one, two, and three years.
ThecomDany claim to have received
nothing but Interest on the first note
and have begun n suit of foreclosure.
Tub Capital Business College.
Begular sessions will re-open, on Mon
day next, in all departments of tblB in
Btlution. Any who expect to enter at
the opening of the school, are requested
to call sometime during the present
week, to arrange for books, desk, etc,
which will save much time on Monday
morning. Prof. Staley will be found at
bis office each day this week. It
Younoest Conductor. The young
est railroad conductor In Oregon Is
John Birnu-n. John Is 13 years old
and runs the train from Jacksonville to
Medford. His tntbcr Is the engineer,
but the boy does alt the business with
thq passengers. It was after continued
perauason that John mduced bis
mother to allow him to lay asldo knee
pants this summer.
How it Grows. Tho postago bills
for the Capital Journal have doubled
in the past three months. This Is the
best commentary we havo to offer as to
Its growth. Our books are always open
to advertisers aud postage receipts on
file, showing the constant growth of
First op tub Season. Tho first
Harriett peara to be shipped from Ma
rlon county this season, were Bent by
the Oregon Fruit and Produce Com
pany to Portland yesterday, The ship
ment was of pears from J. M. Wal
Laurels for IIoskmon. Boscmon
achieved a victory over some good
pacers at the Chlco fair Tuesday. Bet
ting was agnlust the Salem favorite at
tho start, but his backers wero not sur
prised when Bosemon catuo out two
lengths ahead la tho last heat.
Articles op Incorporation. G.
H D. and W. D. Thayer have filed
articles Incorporating a Columbia coun
ty corporation, under the name of the
Plymouth Realty oouipany. The cap
ital stock Is $100,000, and the principal
plaou of bualneaa Is to bo at Plymouth.
From Portland, Mary Bchultz, a
woman of easy virtue, was brought
from Portland last night and commit
tad to the Insane asylum. She talks In
eefeerently aud raves at night.
Orboon FiKaT.WIIIU Browu, of
Kuu, shtppod a car load of peach
plum to Chicago, ieallKlnir78 cents per
mm: Taw is io cents uuovo mo price
jwMtvtxi from any sale of California to
Sopkkxk COURT.Tfae Judge Vt'll
twv)H Ja Haln Sept 6th to render
tow cMom aait cowpleto aotmun
pFBaB-S S'P 'lrWf
I771 . -w-v . --r-rt N I t n A
PERSONAL AND LOCAL.
Bev. G. W. Grannis, Salem's M. E.
minister, is a delegate to the national
G. A. R. encampment at Indianapolis.
Mrs. J. F. Watson, who has been
visiting Miss Lola Pringle, returned to
her home at Tocoma, today.
Dr. and Mrs. 8. A. Mulky, MissMes
slck and Zidoc Biggs, started to Ne
tarts Bay today, for a short outing.
Prof. Louis Barzee and wife are visit
ing the family of Jas. Aitken.
Ed. McKlnney returned from Port
land last night.
Frank Skiff has returned from Port
land and will be in the dentist office
with bis brother, M. 8. Skiff.
The New York Backet will save you
money on shoes, hosiery, underwear,
lace curtains, counterpanes, ribbons,
towels, crash, men's shirts, hats, over
alls, cottonade pants, table linen, win
dow shades, and a general line of no
Dr. J. M. Keene is spending a few
days on his farm, at Fairfield.
Headquarters for bop pickers' bats at
Mrs. D. L. Flester's.
F. 8. Dearborn has just the largest
and finest line of 6, 10, 15, 25, 60c
tablets ever shown in Salem.
Fred Lockly and family were among
tho number that returned from New
Lydell Baker, clerk of the railroad
commission, went to Portland today
taking a number of blank books to fill
out by the railroads for tbecommlsslon.
Tho board will be in session at the
state house Thursday.
The best place In Salem to buy shoes
la at the New York Backet. They 'sell I
reliable footwear at lowest possible
Miss Taylor, of Portland, started to
Newport today, having spent several
days visiting with Mrs. Mel Hamilton.
Little Albert Johnson today cashed
a warrant for (1.00 which ho received
for squirrel scalps.
Don't forget tho very low prices for
rellablo slioes;at the New York Backet.
Miss Bertha Savage, of Stayton, is
spending the week with friends 4n this
Miss Carrie Hall,
of Creston, 1b visit-
ing relatives in Salem
The Second Regiment band will play
at tbe comer of Commercial and State
streets tonight A good program baa
E. 8. Holbrook returned from New
Mr. Aitken and family have return
ed from an enjoyed rest at Newport
II. A. Bowman, uowan honest farm
er from Gervals, was a Salem visitor
Juo. Brooka, who has been visiting
bis sister, Mr. A. I. Wagner, went to
Portlaud this ufteruoon, and will there
take passage to New Mexico, where he
expects to locate.
Mrs. D. L. Matheny returned from
the seaside today.
Mrs. K. B. McElroy went to Port
land op tho afternoon train.
Senator Meyers has gone to Sclo for a
Sheriff Knight returned from the
Portland races today.
J. M. Poorman, Woodburn's banker,
lain the city today.
Mlea R. F. Hall went to Albany to
day taking with her furniture to fit up
a branch oftlco for the Vlavl Company
she superintends there.
Mrs. D, L. Floater Is homo from Port
land. Misses Mlunlo aud Nellie Lansing
are homo from a two months' trip. to
Ohio and the world's fair.
Oregon Dairymen. The annual
meeting of the State Dairy association
will meet at the court house, Salem,
Wednesday, September 18, 8 p. m.
IiVEBYTuma Quiet. la police clr
oles vsrytului (a uutMiully quiet, with
H1XISTER LEABXS SUMETHIXG.
Ever since Rev. Kellerman of the Ba
lem firs; M.E. church invited the old
soldiers and .their families to a memo
rial day ervice in order to pour out the
vlala of his Prussian wrath over the
peroion avutem of our country his days
at Salem have been numbered.
His church was almost a unit in op
position to bis returning to this charge,
about the largest and most important
In this conference. While many ad
mired hia ablHty all condemned hi at
tack on the Grand Army. The confer
ence acted wise! In sending him else
where, as bio days of usefulness were
The grand army people and the
church are very much delighted at the
emphatic rebuke given Bev. Keilerman
for Introducing his pension politics into
his pulpit, by sending Bev. Grannis, a
prominent G. A. R man to take bis
place at Salem. It hi a welcome change
to all who love the Union soldiers.
The prospects are that tbe coDserva
tory will open en Monday, tbe 4th of
Sept, with as many music students as
In former years. Tbe graduating class
of 1S94 will be tbe largest in the history
of tbe conservatory. Tne teachers for
the coming year are Z. M. Parvin,
Dean, Miss Eva Cox, Miss Alzira
Chandler, Mr. H. A. Kruse, Miss Nellie
Carpenter and Miss Lulu Sargeant.
Dr. Parvin will be at the Music rooms,
Womau's College after today and will
register music students and appoint
time for lessons or consult and advise
with any who desire lessons in the fu
ture. PROM MARION.
Joseph Cook has traded for some lots
near Hadley & White's store and has
bis carpenters at work building a house
George Eirkendall and L. S. Walker
have been having an arbitration and
tbe result Is Mr. Kirkendall will leave
Mr. Walker's farm and Mr. Walker
will occupy bis farm again in tbe near
J. W. Lance has traded for the tan
nery building and contemplates buying
all the shares and having full control
of the business.
Huddles 'on fc Holt are taking in
considerable grain at tbe Marion ware
house. Mr. Fisher has remodeled the house
bought of Joseph Cook, putting in
brick flues aud a brick fireplace.
J. L. Farnham is now comfortably
situated in bis new bouse.
Mr. Shoemaker, of Salem, la a fre-
, quent visitor at Marion of late. We
'. understand he contemplates buying
The renort Is that Bankin Ed car has
j 80,d the McCuHy farm to a real estate
man from Portlaud, who will divide it
up into small tracts and set out in fruit
and sell it,
Rusell & Walker threshed over 500
bushels of oats one day last week in 3
hours, being at tbe rate of about Ave
bushels per minute.
Are Yon Nervous,
Are you all tired out, do you have that
tired reeling or sick headache? You
can be relieved of all these symptoms
by tatting Hood's uarsaparilla, winch
gives nerve, mental and bodily strength
und thoroughly purines the blood. It
also creates a good appetite, cures indi
gestion, heartburn aud dyspepsia.
Hood's Pills are -easy to.take, easy In
action and sure in effect. 25 cents a
The following letters remalnlug in
the Salem postoffice Aug. 23, 1693, un
called for. Those calling for them
please say "advertised'"
Armstrong Wm AlbanEG
Hort Frank Boone J C
Cobat Albert Cook Myrtle A
Edmoudeon Mrs B Fletcher E J
GosaJ Hul lies H
Hughes D Johns J W
Linn & Keys McDonald Mr
Moon Wm McCarty Frauk
McCoulloiiKh W F Mack H B
Norman 8 Mrs
Post Mrs BT
l-app B V
Ramsdell J no
Smith Mrs Ella J
Wels Geo J
A. N. GILBERT, P. M.
RoaEiiuito, Or., Aug. 0. General
M. B. Holmes, of Camu valley has
been arrested for attempting to leave
the state to avoid the navnient of hia
debts. 118,000 Is claimed by his credl -
- - -
Tae only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; NoJUaa.
Uitd la MUHoaa of Hoam40 Ymm tit Saui
ODDS AND ENDS.
The average height of the elephant Is
A single tobacco plant will produce
The revolving pistol was the invention
of Colt in lSSfl. '
The speed of the falcon often exceeds
150 miles an boor.'
At the equator the limit of perpetual
snow is 14.700 feet.
The father of Cardinal "Wolsey is said
to have been a butcher.
Say "memorandum" in the singular
and "memoranda" in the plural.
Good teeth and a sweet breath are
within the reach of most every one.
To be. poor and seem to be poor is a
certain wavnever to rise, Goldsmith.
The highest falls in the world are the
Ribbon falls of the Yosemite 3,300 feet
An average of five feet of water is es
timated to fall annually over the whole
The horse has a smaller stomach in
proportion to its size than any other
The kangaroo readily leaps from 60 to
70 feet The highest recorded leap of a
horse is 37 feet
The highest church steeple in the
world is that of the cathedral of Ant
werp 476 feet.
The great difficulty about making
verses is to know when you have made
good ones. Johnson.
Thirty thousand tons of "staff" ma
terial were used in the walls of the
World's fair buildings.
The father of John Hunter, the great
anatomist, was a carpenter and appren
ticed his son to that trade.
The gigantic statues of Barneses in
Egypt were placed in position by rolling
them along greased planks.
The average weight of the Chinese
brain is greater than the average weight
of the brain in any other people.
Ahorse owned by a farmer living near
Owensboro, Ky., goes without a master
and drives up the cows every evening.
The United States has had nine cap.
ital cities since the revolutionary war
broke out Three were in Pennsylvania,
In oppressively hot -weather it is a re
lief to touch the rim of the ear with
water. The consequent feeling of cool
ness is surprising.
Selling Clothe to Sailor.
Ships arriving in home ports after
lengthy voyages are always besieged by
the runners or agents of the various sea
men's outfitters of the place.
The competition is so keen among
these people that they often undertake
to supply on credit a certain amount of
clothing to tho seamen, to be paid for on
the discharge of the crew, which event
in some cases does not take place till a
few days after arrival, Should an out
fitter succeed in effecting a good sale on
these conditions, he arranges for a watch
to be kept upon the parties to whom he
has given credit, but notwithstanding
this precaution he sometimes finds be
fore pay day that his vigilance has been
outwitted by the vanishing propensities
of his slippery customers.
Without attempting to justify such
acts of dishonesty on the part of the sea
man, it must in fairness to him be stated
that mean advantage iff often taken of
his circumstances (such, for instance, as
arriving in port without presentable
clothing in which to go ashore) to charge
extortionate prices for tbe articles sup
plied under the foregoing conditions, and
that it is often alone the knowledge of
this fact which suggests the attempt to
evade payment. London Tit-Bits.
Not Flattery. '
The candidate for congress had been
making a speech in one of the towns of
his district where he was not well known
personally, and in tbe evening while
waiting for a train he strayed into a
butcher shop, and without saying who
he was began to pump the butcher to
find out how ke stood.
"Did you hear that speech this after
noon?' ho inquired after some general
"Yes," replied the butcher, "I was
"What did you think of it?'
"Pshaw," said the honest butcher,
'Tve mado a better speech than that a
hundred times irying to sell 15 cents'
worth of soup bone." .
The candidato concealed hia identity.
Detroit Free Press.
T. Greluer gives a list of the trees whlck1
he thinks are best adapted for planting
along the borders of streets. Ho places"
the silver maple first on the list for ful-
filling all the conditions required. In
rich soil its growth is often too rank.
The white elm comes next in popular fa
vor for its tall growth, lofty head and
wldo sweep of branches. The sugar ma
ple is extensively planted in the north
and is better suited to dry situations
than the elms or other maples. The
common bone chestnut is largely plant
ed in northern towns. We would add
to this list the black birch for itafree-
' dom from insects, and the black maple
Is superior to the sugar naajle for tk
vtnbrun nf ! rVtlimm. mw Tha finnn.
Cider and 8pices. At this season
fine cider vinegar and pure spices are
necessaries. At Clark & Eppley'a gro
cery, Court street.
Wanted. Furnished housekeeping
rooms near the Mate bouse. No chil
dren. Address Mrs. Cbas. Sbephard,
430 Ferry street. 8-25-3t
At John G. Wright's for Southern
Oregon tomatoes, melons, peaches at
wholesale aud retail. A car load of
melons just arrived.
Economize in Paper.
Clean newspapers, tied in buudlea of
100, not cut, for eale at this office at
fifteen cents a bundle, A heavy straw
wrapping paper, large sheets, two cents
a pound. Next door to the postoffice.
Of Interest to Sportsmen.
Mr. W. H. HulbnrL A. G. P. A Union Pa
clilc System, Portland, Ore., basjustrecelved
a supply of books cal.ed "Uun Club Rules and
Revised Game lain " This Dnblicauun coo
tains a digest of the laws relating to game in
tbe Western states and territories. Mr. Hul-
burt will be glad to mail you one of tbe books
upon receipt ot two stamps to cover postage.
W. H. HULBUBT, G. A. P. A.
Will be paid for the conviction of any
one ever employed on this paper who
stole copies' of its subscription lists or
Bold such copies taken from this office,
or gave intormation as to their contents
while employed in this office. Subscrip
tion doors ana printea lists are open to
inspection of advertisers at all times.
Capital Journal Co.
To Water Consumers.
Tbe Salem Water Company has com
menced to lay tbe new 24-inch suction
pipe irom tfcecriD totueir worKs.aua as
there will be quite an amount of work
around tbe crib in repairs and putting
in fresh gravel tuere will probably be
some dirty water. Consumers should
draw tbeirdrinking water before 7 a.m.
while tbe work is being done. Office
hours from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. and any
complaint for bad service should be
made at tbe office when it will receive
Salem Water Co.
J. W. Wallace. President
If you anticipate visiting tbe world's
fair, or your friends in tbe East, take
advantage of tbe present opportunity,
as the fares are now so low they cut no
figure in tbe expense. Tbe Chicago &
Northwestern Railway have placed in
service a solid vestibnled train, between
Portland and Cblcaco, the famous
Wayner tourist cars, free reclining
chair cars, and dining car "par excel
lent." With the accommodations fur
nished, rates now offered, together with
tbe short time consumed in making
the trip, it is within tbe reach of all.
For further information, apply to any
ticket agent, or write
A. G. Barker, Geu'l Agt.
272 Washington street.
The "State of Baietn" has not taken
advantage of the sixty days time in
which to pay losses adopted by tbe Fire
Underwriters, as will be seen by follow
ing items: ,
Halem, Or., Aug. 23, 1S93.
My livery barn and contents located
at Marion, Marlon county, Oregon,
burned on tbe 18th day of July, 1893.
They were insured in the State Insur
ance Company of Salem, Oregon. I
was in California at tbe time of tbe fire
and for some time afterwards, hence
tbe delay in filing proofs; said proofs
Having just been nied wun tbe compa
ny. I am today in receipt of 1550, in
cash from said company, being tbn full
amount of my claim. ' I cannot speak
too highly in praise of this popular
home company and its course during
inese nara limes. u. w. jspler,
Salem. Or.. Auk. 24. 1893.
A short time ago I bad the misfortune
to nave tbe livery barn that was occu
pled by me destroyed by fire, wherein
i ioat personal property wnicn was in
sured with tbe State Insurauce Com
pany, of Salem, Oregon. The loss was
adjusted to my entire satisfaction, aud
they bare paid me tbe full amount of
my loss and claim on what property I
uaa mat was insured, i can cbeeriuily
recommend this reliable home com
pany. They have treated me fairly
ana iioerauy, ana paia me in casn on
receipt of proofs. J. W. Lanck.
8-25 3t dw
$100 Beward, $100.
Tbe readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there Is at least
oee dreadful disease that science has
been able to cure In all lis states and
that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
tboouly positive cure now, known to
tne medical fraternity. Catarrh being
4 constitutional atseuse, requires a con
stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is takeujnterually, acting directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of
the system, thereby destroying tbe
foundation of the disease, and giving
the patient streneth by building up the
constitution, and assisting nature in
doing Its 'work. Tbe proprietors have
so mucn iaitn in its curative powers,
that they offer One Hundred Dollars
for any case that it fails to cure. Bend
for list of testimonials.
Address, F. J. Cheney & Co., To
ledo, O. JfikTSold by druggists, 75c,
8aji Francisco, Aug 20. Wheat,
Chicago. Ausr. 29. Cash. 62: Sen-
Portlam. Aug. 29. A-Wheat val!ey.
02 ;r Walla Walla 82. "
FARM FOR SALE.
A BAKQAIN lUtf acres Ithlmnmt.mrnli
over half uod.rccltlvauon. rest partureand
some good Umber. Terms veir met. Ad.
I ACROBATIC MOVEMENT
On the part of Congress may
give us some relief financially
but that is very indefinite.
But a DEAD SURE thing
are those ALL WOOL Suits
at the Woolen Mill Store.
Don't fail to get one at the
price they are being slaugh
tered at the
WOQUl VttiU STORE
DON'T BE UNEASY.
DONT BE IJNKA3Y these dnU time
because money U tight and yoa can't cut
juwu your expeniea ii yon Day your
from ui. We will sell von a a aire of writ'
tne paper for 10 rts. durlne tbe remainder,
of the month. If you are looking forbar-S
tains in onr line, waicn mis space.
Booksellers and Stationers.
08 STATE BTKBKT.
E. M. WAITE PRINTING CO.,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS
Legal Blank JPublisJiers.
Bash's New Brick,over the bank:, Com'l street.
from U. P. "Dock at 6 o'clock a. m. every Wed
nesday ana oaiuraay.
rrom the Central dock at foot of WashlBston
street every Honday and Thursday.
for Albany every Monday and Tuesday, re
turning same aays.
and passenger business,
can on roe ageni.
A GOOD CHANCE!
All goods at W. M. Bargeant'a will
be sold at tbe regular price for the next
30 days at 10 per cent, discount for cash.
DETECTIVE AND COLLECTING BUREAU
Private vrork a specialty.
C. B. CLEMENT, Manager.
MAKE NO MORE MISTAKE8
CHARLES A. SMITH RUNS
Tie Rustler Wood Saw
And he doesn't burn up half yonr trood, in
fuel, when he saws It. Uake yonr contracts
with him personally or leave orders at Veatcns
cigar store Dearborn's book slore,it6 Bummer
street, or address me by mall. 6-H u
Hardware, Wagons, Carts, Road Machinery
AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
Lateat Improved Goods and Lowest Prices.
N. W. Cor. State and Liberty Stt.
20 Degrees Belou, Z?ro I
Is nothing compared to our
LOW PRICES on Blankets andQuilts
ONE WEEK ONLY-SEE THEM !
Our Fall Drea3 Goods aro on hand and were never so pretty
or bo cheap25, 35, 40, 50 cts. All Btylea and Prices.
AAT-TT.T.TS RROTWP.RS A CO.
OPERA HOUSE CORNER, - - - - BALEM, OREGOK.
R, k G, Corset, CurpeU aud Matting. Summer Jacket
From my farm, four bead of nor es.as follows.-
one mare, weigm jaw ponnas,:s nanas high
neavy in ioal, la fair order, romewhat drooped
hlDEed and rlnebona on left, fore font, hu
bone on lea lore foot.
oeen swinniea in
. . - -,
iwlnnled in lea shoulder, age 6 y
j gelding 15J4 hands high. 4 yeais
built. In good order, siHr In fore
somewhat sleepy look, one hind foot white.
welebt abont lKXi. shonlders imlnMl. nth
large neck. One light brown mare, IS hands
high, weight about 1150, small star under fore
lock, i. ge s yeirj, half ol de, heavy mane and
taU, sucare built, heavy retocks and high.
neaaea. une inare age Vi or H, about H bands
high, light, bay, stiff traveling, has long nar
row leei In front, weight 800 or SOupounds, In
fair order. Horses were taken Tuesday or
w eonesday night, August 1st or 2nd. 1 will
pay $25 apiece lor tbe return ofthnnmt s At.
acribed horses or a liberal amount for any ln-
juiuiwtiiMi cuuuut iu uieir wuenawuu Ad
dress, AU. JKRM AN,
o u-im aw Switzerland, Marlon Co., Or.
Manulaiture Standard Pressed Brick,
Molded'Brick In all Patterns for Fronts
and supply tbe brick lor tbe New Balem City
Hall and nearly all the fine buUdlngs erected
In tbe Capital City.
i ards near penitentiary, Balem, Or. 8-Mw
AGtHTS WANTED on Salary and emn!siio
for THE ONLY AUTHOEIZED
BIOGRAPHY OF JAMES G. BLAINE,
By GAIL HAMILTON, his literary executor,
with the co operaUon ot bis family, and for Mr
Blaine's Complete Works, uTWEr.Tir YliAIB
Of CONGREd3." and his later nook, 'WJU
T1CAL DiaCLSsIONS." One prospectus for
these 3 BEKT HEOINO books lu the market.
A P. Jordan ol Me., icok 112 orders frciu Qrft
HOcalU; agent's profit WXix. Mrs BuUard
of O. took 15 orders, 13 Seal Russia, In one dy;
profit K6 25. K.N Ulce,urlas.iook27orden
in 1 dajt; prodt J)7.2d. J. atntJpeof ile.took
43 orders from S8 caUs; prom t7525. E. A
Palmer of N. Dak. look o3 rdera in 3 days;
pioflltWSS. tXCLUslVK T KKiaOUYgi
en. If you wish to make LAfiGc MOMtf,
write Immediately for turns to
THE HENRY BILL PUB. CO., Norwich, Con.
Bates, $2.50 to $5.00 per Day
The best hotel between Portland sad Ban
Francisco. First-class In all Its appointments.
Its tables are served with the
Grown In the Willamette Valley.
A. I. WAGNER, Prop.
jluUtu M A purse. Owner call at Coos bowl.
CKJK BALK UB TUADK.-S0 acres Ol Und
V situated In Polk county, six miles from
Kalston, lor sale or .radelor Salem property.
Enquire of G. W. Johnson, or Fred Huisu
TX1K RENT On Democratic Boom Terms,
P new house with 8 rooms, hard finish; on
Division street between Front and commer
cial. Inquire on lot.
HIS PAPER U kept on flle at E. C. Base's
Advertising Agency, 61 and 65 Merchant
Exchange, Ban Franclsio, California, where
contract for advertising can be made for n.
CHRISTIAN FC1ENCE Literature
kinds on sale at S2S Uberiy street.
A TTKNTION. Cash inonej
ley paid for riM
kinds of metals,
J. bottles, old Iron and all
a.ao hides, at old Court Home, Halem.
Regular Beventh iMy Adent st Mr",
Id Unitarian Hall opposite opera bouse,B
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old Unitarian Hall opposite opera house,
lem. Baturxaya. Baboath school at 'O'-.S?
followed by Bible leading and other wrvlc".
Prayer meeting Wednesday 7.33 n. m. e-
CONTRACTORS & PLASTERERS.
Leaveorders at CotUe-Parkhurst block .room
15, Salem, Oregon.
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