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GBMiteilly brjkej3 dofcro.) a(lmes I would
Mil Sver with jtonjh of tbet vertigo; wu
nit WJlo to fro jtnv dltancfK&n the boose.
I araf a nxitern&lo aaaaj Tbo day I com
rpouced oamy eioni bottle of Hood's Sar.
-saprllla, J Wjirjtojfeel tyeltir and I now
foci like a now nun. I am working again
and do not have-any of ray bad apells.
I hare a perfect core." CnARLEa M.
Ia.pgn, 680 Wwt Market Street, York. Fa.
Hood's Pills are the beat after-dinner
Fills, atiUt digestion, cure headache. 35.
THE SECOND DANCE.
, ."Vh is that uninteresting Dr. Stein
who .was Introduced "to ,me baforef How
dd you come to this acquisition, Irene!"
Baroness- Elella asked, of Countess. Irene
Balfur, the young hostess, in the ballroom.
"It is very Bimple," replied the latter.
"Dr. Stein is a mineralogist He has been
stopping down in the village for several
days to take advantage of our quarry;for
the purpose of his researches. Papa be
catne'acquaintcd with him, and in conse
quence of his usual cordiallty.he has brought
tills! baser mineral among our set of select
"This plebeian pebble, however, seems to
consider himself; quite on a par with us.
lie" was artless enough to ask me for a
dance, the second quadrille think of ltj
to askjtne when I promised the last extra a
"Well, it seems he was not discouraged
by one, refusal. I, too, havq just .declined
hjs invitation for thesecond quadrille,. Be
sides, I did not save the dance to give; it to
A bevy cf young ladles, all in dainty ball
gowns, gathered about Irene and Elella. It
transpired to the amusement of tbem all
that Dr, Stein had been rofused the same
second quadrille by each of them.
All declined on the same ground that
they would not squander such a dance.on
an uninteresting civilian without name or
What a deplorable contrast his appear
ance and that of the lieutenants of tnt,
cuirassiers and officers of the hussars in the
ballroom! It would be ridiculous to danot
with such a man.
"I, call that loyalty," said Irene "B.ravo,
Kirls! Now, my stepsister is the only one
left. There she is. I am really curious tc
know Inez! Do come here! Did Dr. Stein
ask you for the second quadrille?''' she
asked of the young lady approaching.
"Yes,, just a moment ago."
"And you gave him the dance?"
"Yes why shouldn't I?"
"Ah! I thought sol Then let me tell
you that you accepted after he had been re
fused by us all for the same dance."
"So much the. better that I still had the
"You are indescribably artless, or at least
you pretend to be so."
"If you purposely offended Dr. Stein, 1
am glad that I can make some amends. He
is papa's guest, and I shall treat him as
such," Inez answered calmly and departed.
"Seel" said Irene to Elella, fish's is just
as unbearable all the time so different
Inez was t.he daughter of Count Balfur
by bis first marriage with a woman of lim
ited means. The second time he married
a countess of great wealth and the possess
or of many estates.
Irene was the only child of this second.'
marriage and the sole heiress ot hex moth
er. Inez's prospects of an Inheritance from
her father were not very brilliant, and cotf
frequently at four and twenty she was still
unmarried in spite of her winning ways
and extraordinary amount of common
sense, which bad soon influenced her to
6he,waa at jhe head .of , the; Jarge, house
hold and took upon herself all the work,
which b,er stepmother disdained tq do. Bfc
sides, she found time for deep study and
intellectual work, T)e ,:$-year-olUrene, a
charming, brilljaijtcrfature, wasestf oiled i
darling other nqtljer, apd of society, j r
' She tyrannized her father and the entire
household. The countess had begun to
make a match between ber and Prince.
Ysenloh, a distant relative. She did not
know him. but was sure he was extremely
wealthy and very peculiar. Instead of eiy,
Joying Hf e qe was aev.P.tWg mroseu to Bwayi
and researcn. seeding me soie recreation iu
traveling around the world. Upon the adr
vice of the countess he fell ,ln wtyh her
plans, since, with his 85 years, it was high
timfl to think of marrying, as be wrote to
The countess was expecting' bis arrival
at Kumerau castle In the near-future wltb
Intense, interest., She did noV 4oubt tbttt
Irene, with her Irresistible charms, would
soon curs him of his peculiarities and
change him to an enjoyable as well as
"Why don't you dauceDr.'Str" asked
Irene garcastlcally-wbea she "happened to
come upon him during aa Intermission. He
had betn leaning roedtively In ,tle fc-wjees
of a window, not taking part in the dance.
"Because X fonnd no partner," k to
torted, with a queer smile.
"Too badl I am afraid you will long for
your tonea & wiU find 1Ue ra0B " un
bearable." , ,
She looked down upon him and played
with hex fan.
"And do you find the We you lead bear
"What a singular question!"
"I should think a person of your talent
would not feel satlafle- wijn iw uraoo,
would not feel sausnea w m. . --,,
versatility elegance and in ?. ""T
t n w iiniTuvwu w J mw -
irr..ltTT' . i.n .,nnf. and til-
vacaaauyiBiuut,gsi"- " T". ,Zj" elove being of Angio-oaxon origin, it is
Hard games, playing charade, and singing t3byonJ2thattb Baton, intro
dueU, to arrange social game, and theat- ""?,,,, tie o glovemaklng Into
ride but no understanding, no taUUa, Jjnlngtoa Star.
no self sacrificing activity-nothing of that e-ngiauu-
which makes the true worth of a human j mAu.t wnt n to lie "Capital."
being." . I At . , club, which bad an exist-
Tentmacmnery. ws, "" " "
We aristocraU are the blopprns on mrt
cUxtag, buWe are wboll that which the J i
- Ma - B - wfii
labor! g class objects to. We ore the result.
We are the higher man."
Dr. Bteln sinljed again.
. "Up to this tlmo I have foundithe higher
race ou men - omy mine workshops, there
where it Is hece"ssary to apply the whble be
ing to attain the goal there, where It is
Imperative to overcome all encumbrances,
all obstacles and threatening dangers, or to
do small labors with patience and self
sacrifice for the benefit of the community,
in the spirit of brotherly love or merely for
the sake of truth. On a for hunt, with
oysters and champagne, or. in a quadrille,
the higher man has never manifested him
"You are partial, and you are a democrat,"
Irene cried in anger, forgetting herself.
"Labor belongs to the plob and the enjoy
ment of its fruits to the aristocrat. It has
ever been thus. One cannot put a noble
horse to the plows"
bhe turned her back on Dr. Stein, and
joined the ranks of the dancers.- "Are you
not dancing, conntcssr" Dr. Stein asked of
Inez, whom he met finally after a long,
vain search among the servants in'the din-:
ingball, where she was giving orders and"
directing the butler as to the wlnesdor the
"I must stop at times to look after
things," was the friendly reply. "One can
not always depend upon the serVnnts."
','And-you do not Bhun work?"
"No, indeed. I could not Hvo without it.
I am old enough to know the blessings of
Ifcwasinot long before the young lady.and
the scientist had entered upon a conversa
IntereatS'bf life: The -consciousness that
they were of sympathetic dispositions, hav
iug the same goal, turned away from' the
trivialities of life, seeking the grand, the
good and the' true 'and accomplishing it
with"' faithful labor, ndded a great -charm
to their interchange of ideas.
For the first time in her lite Inez felt that
she was being-understood' and appreciated
in her best pursuits.-
A deeply feltsymbatbyattractedher to
tho unassumirigvnian.whose noble, dlgnl-.
fled opinions and firinness of character be
came more evident to tier with' everyword,
and who, with hls intellectual superiority,
showed so much'njodcatjttnd llberallty.of
They went back tdHhttballroom, but al
ways met again In tile"' intermission Irre
sistibly drawn to each other and Inexhaust
ible in their mutual ideas.
"That is just like Inez," Bald Irene an
grily to Elella, "to begin a flirtation with
Dr. Stein. It Is slhiply shockingl"
It was shortly before tbo second quadrille
that Dr. Stein asked Inez to bo his wife.
They were both alone In an adjoining
apartment, where they had gone to cool off
and refresh themselves from the heat of the
"I hope you will not look upon my pro
posal as too tasty," ho said. "I know you
as if I had always lived with you. For the
last week, ever since my arrival at 'Kume
rau, I have taken notice' of 'your doings. I
will understand very well, however, that
jou ask for time to consider, as I am as yet
a total stranger to you."
"I need no time to consider," said Inez,
with radiant face. "The surroundings
among which I have lived up to this time
halve always remained strange to me, but
you seem like an old' acquaintance. You
are the friend whom I have always sought
"And do you not object to- a plebeian
name ? Is the rank of a si mplo scientist not
too low for you?"
"No. There is nothing in a name to me.
It is' simply the' bearer whj)m I care'for,"
Almost? speechless with happiness, Dr.
Stein. clasped the young girl in bis arms.
"Beloved," said he, "pardon this little
mystification. Dr. Stein Is my pseudonym,
with which I sign my scientific articles for
publication. In private life I am Prince
Ysenloh. I hope you will not object to that
Inez looked up' In surprise.
"No," she answered, "you will always
remain the same to me.''
In the first joy of 'their union they oyer
heard footsteps atthe door.
"Inezl" Countess Balfur called sharply.
"How can you forget yourself to such an
extent? What a scandal!"
"Countess,"- the. prince quickly lnter
,rnpted"you surprised two ,happy people.
We ask your blessing. I have only to state
that besides my title as scientist, under
which I live in public, I have also the pri
vate name, Ysenloh, with' which, I believe,
the countesa is acquainted.
"I may hope that you are. not averse to
our union, as you kindly gave your consent
to such an arrangement between1- oaa ot
ypur daughters and rayselft'1
The ciVtntess nearly fainted awayy but
there was nothing to do hut to compose
herself and to congratulate the happy pair.
"Now we must return quickly to the
ballroom; so as 'not to miss the second
quadrille,'" said the prlnbe; afturthd count,
who had been called, had gladly given his
The count insisted UDon accoraDanving
the betrothed1 couple' into the ballroom,'
there to publicly proclaim the engagement
before the beginning of the quadrille. The
newa flashed, ltko lightning among the
dancers, and there was not one among the
young ladles who did not secretly rue the
fact that she had refused Dr. Stein the sec
ond quadrille and who would not have giv
en up 10 years of her life to atone for the
Irene was beside herself and could re
strain ber self possession with difficulty as
shewas doomed to dance opposite the hap
Inez and the prince were so enraptured
that they bud no thought ot either the good
will or Jealousy of thtlr neighbors. Their
marriage later was a happy laboring In
common, to benefit humanity, to further
"progress and enlightenment, to battle for
light and truth.Translatd by Anne L.
Wangeman For Chicago News.
Thi Glore Utu Old as Illitory.
It might bo readily supposed that the
clove was an article of modern luxury. On
the contrary, these band coverings date
back almost an farjurhtstprrttself. Homer
mentions them in hie wrftlBg. a4, Xeoo
pbon also, stating Uit the great) Cyrus
once forgot bla'glovM an aa important oc
casion. From the earliest times the man
ufacture of gloves has been an Important
trade in France, and In 700 Charlemagne
unlimited right W the abbot
J iaoakM of Sithln t? make glove. from
the sups wof":
. , . 3 l. tVlll4
Sent and a good cltlxen being asked tc
"M j- "u and saldi "l
I think the ba
murderer right ty U
"""i li if T iiifiWiiiiriffriirfriWfflllTllir - i"i inmnnliiriin ii ii
"Jack," said Lady Bargemont, "I do
verily believe that you are really fond of me
"Of course I am fond of you, Hetty,"
"But you wouldn't have been fond of mdj
Jack, if Casterton hadn't been bom. I can't
think why the peer married tho parson's
daughter. Jock, whv did von numnth-
me of all people In the world? Tell me:
near, why did King Cophetua wd with the
k A . Pta. - " I
"It's a funny thing. Hetty." said hlslord-
iblp, with a smile of affection, "that Dine
beard's wife Is always hankering after the
key of the blue clo.et and, as the adver
tisement says, won't be happy till Bhe
"I'll tell you why I married you, little
Hetty. I married you as a duty, dear, be
cause I was a proud and miserable man,
homeless and childless, the lostof my line.
I didn't want the Bargemont title to dla
out, and I marrl'cd.ypU, jjetty, because you
were the prettiest; wholcsomest, healthiest
and honestestrllttle-rnaid Ihad clapped my
eyes upon, 'and because there was no non
sense and nothing .morbid about you.
"I wasn't in, love'wltti you, Hetty, when
I married yon. I don't mind confessing
that I did it as a duty," hut I hove learned to
love ypu. You've healedYny'wounds, and
well, you're' Casterton's mother. And you
agreed to marry me out of pity. I know
"But 'I was in love.with you all the Bntna,"
for pltyf we know, I akin to ldve.lnnd I
know you do lovnime, Jack and dearly.
and It's because you do love mo that you're'
going-to-tell-me ail-about her."
And then Lord Bargemont sighed.
"If I must. tell you,- I mustj"-ho-said,
"and when I lave told you, Hettyf you will
pity me all tho more.
"I came Into the Bargemont tltlo when I
was a boy of 15. The court ot chancery
took car6 of n3' and'I hadn't a real friend
in the wide world. I was a blaso man of
the world at 25. People looked upon me just
as'a big fish that had to be caught at any
"Why, mothers and chaperons threw
their flies In vain. I was absolutely heart
whole. But I met my fate at last.
"She was very beautiful in all men's eyes
clever, accomplished and ambitious, well
born and well bred, on only daughter,
ready to do her duty and sell herself to the
"She was a magnificent animal. I don't
believe she had a heart, but, hex' Imperial
beauty attracted me. She was the'eynosure
of every eye. I proposed to Lady Blanche
Middleton, was accepted,and wo-were mar
ried. "For a month I was happy happy as a
child In the possession ot a new and expen
sive toy then I discovered that my hand-'
some wife did not love me. Bnt she gave
me no cause for JealouBy, though I became
very anxious on her account.
"She grew more morose and melancholy,
strange in her manner and more inclined
tor solitude. Her appetite failed; and her
beauty faded before my eyesj
"One day I came Into her boudoir sud
denly. She was sitting witha mahogany
brass bound box open on the table before
ber. When she saw me, she closed the box
and locked It with a key which she wore
upon, her watch' chain.
"My curiosity was aroused. 'What on
earth have you in that box, Blanche?' I
"She laid her hand' upon it jealously, and
with an angry look in her magnificent eyes
which, though we were not a year mar
ried, had already grown dull and.lack lus
ter she said: 'I hate impertinent curiosity
in a man, Bargemont This, lldtljibox is
where I keep 'my secrets' the secrets' I Jjrize
best in all the world,' she added.
"'And you won't let raeseethecontehts?''
" 'I'd rather die first, safd my wife.
"I turned on my heel hud left tbo room,
for I could not trust rmyself.
"From that day we quarreled I disdain
ed to seek further explanation from a Vom
an who denied mo her confidence.
"Several months went by, and Lad;
Bargemont's conduct became more I and
more eccentric.. It attracted the.atteatlbn
of the' neighbors, and the servants. The
neighbors said that Lord Bargemont's! wife
was Kologroelancholy mad.
"One day my wife's maid rushed into my
room,, her eyes nearly starting ifron iher
head -with horror, 'My lord,', she, ,critd, 'I
can't get Into Lady Bargemont's room; she
doesn't answer me. I don't know what to'
"I .and the maid hurried to my wife's
room. We hammered at tho door tat ad
mission. "Then I hurst the door open, and a dreadW
fill sight met our eyes.
"There lay my wife fully, dressed tapon
the bed. Her eyes were closed as thbugh
in sleep, but when I looked into her face'
and saw what I saw there I knew that she.
"Her band grasped a strange looking in
strument of bamboo mounted in silver, on
one end ot which was a curious dUktof por
ous clay. Upon the little tabid nt thd bd
sido lay the brass box wide open, a porta-,
ble spirit lamp which was still burning
and what appeared to be a traveling ink
"My wife was an opium smoker. She
learned the habit from a friend as a. cure
for neuralgia, to which she was subject.
Those little brass bound boxes, 'with the
dainty apparatus for the carrying out of the
hideous eastern vice, are still oia witn im
punity In London.
"Those who know of the hideous thing i
say nothing, and when the victim die by
ruining their constitutions, or.'asbtmy
wretched wife's case, by an, overdose of the
accursed thing sometimes there is an In
quest and verdict of death bymUsdven
ture, as in her case.
"And now you know all about it, Hetty,
and why It was that when you married me
you found me a miserable man. There's
nothing morbid about you, little woman
And then the door was funwWeopeni
and a blue eyed boy, some 8 year 6f age,
ihl Intto the room The child was pic
ture ot italth and strength,! happiness.
"And there's nothing morbid about hlmr
added Lord Bargemont. "He doesn't look
mnebr like the last of his line, does he,. Het
kA !, Tnl Barcemotit submitted to
the common fate of father! and danced the
.mm , M knee toward the haven Of
Banbury Cross, and as he did so he" forgot
for the time au aoous mo urv - .
wont and the bras bound box-Exchaoge.
A DMfuI Hint.
on the point of beinrtaken, be saysj
"Just one word.
'I wish to observe that I & Jithd
- v.. i. .t nnA ftt I tunallr wear U
'h .-., .partis.- timvka H
. iw,Zfrtlt KonwwaW.
-It used to be an amusement and also a
duty to' me to try iind how the ttttlmals tc
native gentlemen when they camt! from
their country seats to visit Calcutta, and I
Invariably Invited them to come with me
to sco the, too; I thiuk that the giraffes
puzzled them most. One fine old Hindoo
nobleman; wltb whbm I have many a time
been out tiger shooting on his own proper
ty, suggested that tho giraffe was a now
sort Of tiger, but he was comforted and
be saw them cat- tho
' - - A tliAi
branch of a tree from my hand. I wUh
thnt ho could linVirbeon present to witness
a performance of tli pairof giraffes, which
I did not see myself, though fortunately
Lord William Ueresford saw It and told
mo of it..
On the morning of the queen's birthday
Beresford'was riding past tho giraffe In
closure when a fCu do jolo was fired by tho
soldiers 'of a native infantry regiment,
whoso quarters are not fur from tbo zoo.
At the first round of tho firing the gi
raffes were startled. When the second
round came, they took to their heels and
jumped'cleatl over the fence of upright gur
ran or wattle sticks, about 10 feet high,
that surrounded their lnolosure,
When the third round came, the giraffes
were bo puzzled that they turned rotind
and popped overthe fence again aadsought
refuge In tho , house in which they were
lodged at night It Is a great pity that a'
sportsman and rider like Lord William
Beresford, whd saw this strange sight, had
notii mount on'ono of the glraflWLong
How to Put Up a Cl'otli'eallns,
A simple contrivance, designed to save a
great'deal 6f "wasblngday work, can be put
In place "Very easily. It-consists of a little
houso or- shed, 15 inches long, fastened
stoutly all along' ono side against the outer
wnll Of a building, or perhaps against a
fence, though one objection to the latter is
that the line when stretched and hung
with wst clothes would pull .upon tho fence
and perhaps causo it to sag in time. A
part of the other or buter side of the'Uttle
clothesline shelter is made In a sort of door,
opening! on hinges which lets down, dis
closing the barrel on which the clothesline
Is wound. To this, at ono end, a crank
handle ii attached with' a ratchet wheel,
In putting up'the line, one end of Which Is
tied to tbo barrol, first unwind tho linennd
pass It around each pole until all is In' tho
position' wanted, Slip the loop in' tho 'end
over the last pole, then go bock to the box,
turn the crank until all the line is straight
and taut, then fasten by means of the
racket so that It'crwinot unwind. Thlsjire
vents "sagging" effectually. When the
clothes have been taken off the line, wind
It up and shut up the side opening to pro
tect the ropo from rain, dampness and mil
dew. Brooklyn Eagle.
Nothing New In It,
"I spent half the afternoon the other"
day,"'sald Mrs. Bllltops, "trying t6 match
a woolen 'dress of 'my daughter's In silk,
and - tho nearest I could come to'lt was at
least two shades, too dark,, but that didn't
disturb my daughter a bit. She simply
spread It out next day In the sun and
faded it -to' a' perfect match: She 'was
inclined to tako great credit to herself for
this, for sho thought It was an original
Idea, as Indeed it was with her, but I ex
plained to her tbat it was Very, very old;
that I had myself done the same thing
w(th a faded gingham dress, for instance,
for which I desired to make a new waist or
a new pair ot sleeVes; tbat I had taken a
new piece of the same material and washed
It and hung It out in the sun, and bad re
peated this process until tho hew material
was faded to match the old; that In fact
this is one of those discoveries that people
simply keep on making over and over
again." New York Sun.
Is a simple one easily'
:V dedded by reason and
tho new scientifically
prepared thortentog k
nude from pure beef suet,
and highly refined vegeta
ble oil Lard b nude, la
the majority of ce, is
tho packing-house, end
not as of old, from the pure,
leaf of the hog. Which &
likely to be the sort
healthful? Decide for
Stud ttrt cmtt in tumps to K.
K. Ftltbuk & Co., adcMto, tor
hisdtomt CottoItD Cock llook,
ccauiula. U ttuodnd nciptti
pnputd by Bias tnlauit ulbo
tfilti oa cooling.
CotteiaM U sold if B sroe,
N K. PAIRBANK CO.,?
ST. LOUIS- mmd
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MMtmrn guosMt Areas si WB4h,
111 tb UruasAti tth oa rerf floor.
Bold by lUikett fc VanHlype.
What Is tlie cohdillon of yours? Is your hair dry.
It Aran, brittle? Docs
hrimllPilV la If fiilt
Is it dry or in a hcatdd condition ? If theso aro soma of !
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Is no Dye, but a dtUthttaur
the roUlolos, U don Ming
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.. W Keep tee sesln nusn.
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IOHN BAYNB. ATTORNKY-AT-' ASV.
i J Colleeilona made nd promptly r mltted.
Vluipuy block. Cor. Htato and CommereUl
irei-w. Hnlem, Oregon. Blf.
H K. --UOUI-, HWuographer and .Tjpe
LVj. , wrlteat Beat equipped typewriting of
fice but one In Oregon. Over uuatt'a bank,
alem, Oregon. ,
TKLiA HHKRMAN.-Typewrltlng and
O oommerolal alenozraphy, room 11, Gray
block, y Irs Uclass work. Ratea reasonable.
It. A. DAVH. Late I'ost Graduate of New
Vnr- plvrs anriMiil nttentlnn In the (lis.
eases of women mid children, nose, throat,
lungs, kidneys, skin dlnues and surgury,
Ofllee at residence, lot Htate street. Ooufll'ta
tlonfromfl'oiaa.m and-t6P "i. 7-l-flm
' mlvuTnriu iMnattnnirnu
Ofllee 31o rommereial strooUn Kldrldge block,
-..i..A.ft aV m a ki.i1i I as I esi4
ufitiuuuuo iru lAiiiiiMoiiui nv
O. BROWN U, M. !,. I'bysician and:Ku
i geon. Ofllee, Murphy blok; residence,
Ooinnierclal atreet. , , ,
DR. T. O. BMITU, Dentist. V3 Btaw street
Balem, Oregon. Finished ' dental opera,
tlona of every description. I'ainlea lopora-
llona a apeciatiy.
DR. OUARA M DAV1DUON, gradual- of
Woman's Medloal College, of Vehhayl
vanla ofllee. Basb.Ureymau Block, Hniem.
ir D. I'UUIl, Architect, plank, speclfica-
classes ot buildings. Ofllee 90 Commercial
si rrm. w p bui m.
PROTECTION LODQK NO. 2 A. O. U. W
Meet In their hall In Htate Insurance
3, A. BEL WOOD, Recorder.
LuOwuuO-UvO-U UwOOiAKUoO UuouO
Knatantly romoveaand forever deatroy ob
jectionable hair, wheiber upon the hands,
laoe. arma or neck, without dlaooloratlon
iipiniiirv ui Liiti muni. uviiww..iu
noMtar flnv veara the secret 'ormulaot
Erasmus Wilson, acknowledged by plital
.... a.s' a m1I,i..IIii s I list
Sian as tno owmsi, sumunvi m .mv
most eminent dermatologist and hair epe
ot-Hst that overlived. During his private
pracuo oi a iiie-iimo Binuag im huujjt
,bla replpe. frlce. !.?.'!?? 2SA
aeea. trreapoBaeuc-uuuuun. iw
tgenta for America. Addrean
THE 8K00KUM BOOT HAIR GROWER ft),
..-. u MUAnth VHth AvAnn.Nur VsSrli
m peronAr.oonnV ryq w. fwvvvvvv
P. J. LARSEN & CO.,
Manufacturer of Wagons, Car
rlasefl, etc. v
Rspatrina; t- Bpeotalty.
Shop BUte atreet.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Improved Real Estate. In arooant and
Um to suit. No delay In considering Joans.
FEAR It FORD,
Room 11 Hash Bank block. 6Mdw
GERMAN x MARKET
South Commercial Bt, Balera.
All kinds Kresb, oalt and Smoked MeaU
ana MA -safe.
VTOTH'iS la hereby given thai the Hon.
Neouatyeourt ol 'Marion eountv. Ottfon,
bV duiw appointed the ondralnd adniluls.
All iieraooa bavin
ona havlnv claims iut
ilea present Ibeintomeat
tltl lili wl:
--- -- wr' "7" a.
,t- will pi
t "?; '.":".: zzzwi -.iTm .i
farm, or to v
). U. Sbertnao. ai uis once '
rtimontb froio this de, and alljwrsoos
nowla;theiilvea lndb(id to saldeaUle
arerequwuow 5Xmi; MAUUlWo "
Administrator of the eeUte of Janvw T.
it split at the ends? Has it t
Does it faH out when combed or '
rt AanArtllt 9 rnne ,m rAln IAI. ol
warned in timo or you win become bald.
Root Hair Grower
wv ouiixbok ids uair una poup aea lo fnduiseov-tt
eoollnr nii refmhln j Tonic By lUraulatlag
hair, eurt dandrvJT and orows hair on bald
w w w - -
nestthr, ana tree rrom IrrlUtlne ernpUan. by
kuui nAiK ukuwck l.u.. -t
Fifth Avea-e. New York. M. . K
m B B n M M M 1m JC
-Bit aod Tile-
Only 12 oenta a day delivered at
J. I BENNETT & SON,
P. O. BloolC
f "WAT O EM A K B fRJ
215X Commerclsl St., Sltm, Orcgin.
(Next door to ileln's.)
Specialty of Spectacle, and repairing Clock;
naiiit na jewniry
Smith Premier Typewriter
SbldonoafiypaymeuU. For lUmU
W, I. STALEY, Agent, Salem.
H.N.!UUIU,BB.aen,U8entl 101 TUlrrt1 Bt
Portland, Heart forlcatalogue.
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE NoTWtw
Do yoa wetr them 7 When next In need try a pabv,
esc in tne wona.
iryou want fine DfiESS SHOE, made In the tatf
style, don't pay $6 1 $8, try my (3, $3.50, $4.00 or
$5 Sheet Tbeyjltefsal teemtom Ri-JekndlooxaAd
wear at well,, If ywi with to eccnomlu In year feetwaaf j
it 19 by purchasing W, L. Doegtai Shoet, Nim and
price ittmped en the bottom, look for It whan'yotl buy
W.XDOca,Kreekt-, Mate. Sold by
WlllaBictto University, Balem, Or.,
School of muolo for planot organ, vjolln,
filnglDg, orchestral Inbtrumcuta, liarnio-
an .( ntAriAl tat fit ft e. . It tttttA 4 In
anil higher musical composition, , ho
ooiier grauo or worK aono wpw or, iuf
Hooky mountains, Prices low. BeVen
teachers. Next term begins Sept. jUb.
Bend for annual year book or acldfeee.
Z. M. Parvln. Mus. Doctor, musical
director. 8 0 2rad&w
Fro- Ttrsicii or Interior FflkU k
I la the line toitake
To all Poiots East afltl South.
It Uthedlnlcg car route. Hruns tbroegti
vestibule trains,' every day In the year w
ST. PAUL AND CDlCAGi
I(No ohance of ears.)
" i'ullmau drairluK room sleepers'
Of latest (xjufrrafnl
Sleeping Car. .
Beat tbat eon be ooaatraeted and In whlek
aeeominodatletui are both tree and iur
nlabed for bolAete of Srt and aeeoad-oM-M
A.oontlnno Hat oonnertlni with: all
l!ne.aaordluf direct and uninterrupted
1'nllman alt'pM "-"r-wtlona tan be ae.
cored In advance Ltb4W any aaant of
. Tliroiiah tlckeU to and from all 1iImU
la Aiaeriea, KngUnd and KuroiM i)tl V
pareaseatauy UekeloMoaol tblsoiru.
Full Information concerning; rate, time
of lrla,rouua and other dUlU furnlliei
oa application to any axeat or
A. D. OflAKIrON.
AMtetaut aeseml itur AwuL Sn,
m rirrt etrw, ear, Wbljlii 1'jrlJ
Shaw k Downing, Ageuts.
- f"T'nWiiiif iTh
On Meter Syitcm.
TO CONSUMERS :
The hfalem Light and Power Company- at
crest expenae Have equipped their Eleetrw
lilght plant wltb the most modern appsr-taa
ana utu now able to offer ibe public a better
light than any ayvtew end at a rate lower
iiuui uny cuy on mo ceaai.
Arc and Incandescent -Jftkt.
lag Electric Metrs fr tM
puriioscfi where pwer1 is re
1 Iie4,'!enre0 can bo wired fbr as many light
ft desired "and tuo, roimumer pay for only
auoh llghta " are ned. This being reglsteted
by an Kicotno Meter. ' Offlee
179 Corifirrtercial Sf.
T. W. THORRbU'RG,
'Remodele.Td-eovera and repair
upBoinierea iumiiure. Finn.
cUuh work. OberaeketA street,
HtAte Inanranoe block.
Steam Wood Saw
Loave: orders at Balem Im
provement Co., 85 State atreet.
Tli'IPa ANNIE THORNTON. CanattmUerv
1VJL'. otMnalo, Dresden, Uerfflany. Vxl
aud Instrumental music Ina'ruetorof French
ana uerman at Willamette university,
ltooraa 0-7. Bank llulldln.. O-l-tf.
The Yaouina Route,
And Oregon llovelopment company's stoam
hlp line. IHH miles aborler, J8 houni less
Umethanhy any othr route, First ciaaa
ihroueU pasaenzer and treisht line from
Portland and oil tolnta in the Willamette
valley to and from ian Franoleeo.
TlitK 80HKDU1.E, (Eseept Sunday.)
tV Albany l:00"p m I Lv ervaUlal: p m
Ar Yaqulna.JWtO pm Lv YBnulna.:4 a m
l.v CorvnllU. 10:86 am J Ar AlbanyU:l0a in
O. A 0. traina omnect at Albany and Cor.
.The above trains connect at Yaqulna.vrlth
the (IngOn Uevelnprdent Oo,s line' of steam.
m uetweea xaquinaana Bftnraiisoo
vHiTJ(-M,0?.(tr,,.tem I'ortland.and all
WHlanielM valley pOI-ta cart'make olose- con
tect on with the trains or the Yanulca Honta
tt Albany or Corvallts and If deallned tit Han
("ranclseo, should arrange to arrive at Yadulna
be evening bemre dateof satllnir.
Passenger and Freight Hales always the
'nweat or. lnformotlou .apply ,to, Messrs.
HULMAN A Cto., Krelghft'na'Tloket 5mnt
"" .AVJVi 'VT' m "" ur or-
East and South
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacific Comjwry.
OAl.irOUKU. JtXl'ltKi43 TIIAtn 11U DAILY 3B-
l.v. I 5.8 a, na
l.v, I 78 p. m
Ar. Ban Kran.
Abovo tralua atop nt oil atallona Irow
l'ilf Invirt . Alknnulratii.tH..-l-. srH-uu-
Hbec.4, ,HttUey, iiHrrUburv, JuncTioo CHy.
Jrv Jd jr. Kune una all iUUosui rrom Robui?
"" .. M'U. IH.IW.BI
4ai .m. I l.v.
Il!l7 a. m I IV.
:50 p. n, Ar.
liV. 1 1:40 p. m.
IHnlHg Cars on dgdea Kuti
PDLLMAN BUFFET SLBMS
Second Class Sleeping Cars
Attached to all through tralaa.
vVestSide DiMsiwTBetwwi fM
taia p. m,
At Albany and Oorvallle eoMMet
trains r Oregon panlae Rail road.
-Xfai-mTHAlW (UIV ICXUBfTBUWDAT
60 a. m
7r3Sp.ni. I A r. MoMlnnvllic Lv.
To all polnla In the Xat StatM, Canada
and Kurope can be obtaMed at kiwea rata
'". SvTSK.,N'JH,, !( Ww.
(Merthara PkKc R. B. C(., Lame.)
LATEST TIME CARD,
Twa. Through Tf-bK Dalfy.
I -.. Minn a
I . Ashland, a
to Mil poUia ha Use UUia hm! 0-mL
IHAm-mtm bjIA -.1.1 lau k.Al. L.L
viuBH)-aaiioBwie ms Mnesiaa wi ma
tr-lus going tasi aad Mt4i.
Korllllal6ruftUo mpfif to j-r aaaraat
tlo-tt agent or "jXgTsjTWiir
O x Jl xl X JLio !
A tius fitttfUt: a poaklvs aaJE asswaasaa aWatsiai?iw
tt all polua sVmi I Uxl, tint m ustnsylun of lw-llty
ylgai la th itwwa w atss4 ssssV fcst tkm
UmnmUf vlwb l4 Um iwksiiig ska waalMvws
siKsis ssvftnwns ms As mms vavws tmss. Bt has wv
yw feilW, sral k wiH wa faiTw H h'9m tyaallte
ht SrpluMie ro aaJ mn Umd As-Hs. Uiwibs
lvut tMhtMmitcvtimmttfm as. ,ty
5f. J ? "W H a?WlaTR WkK WaW pnnM&
This nmJ y-1 ress yw w ,apaM; M.
UUMPaT iaAMTIliaJ fada
MWrrAI UTfcWnCAl. UQi,
17 Meet 44 VOMXtJkVit, U.
OHEGON PMC R. E.
w. u. uuub,aoiu(ii'i ft. a rasa. Ag1M
.- ,- PJT: KVia lt-B OW' Oorvallla, Or.
.HtlASWE.lI it., Qen'J Freight and
Pass. At. Ore. Hevelnnnient rvi..