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dYESUTix jaJH'Ia.L ZOUUXAjL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTJLBEIt 20, 1803.
life CAPITAL JOBRML
I'UBI-WHKU DAIUY, EXCKPT HUNDAY,
Capital journal Publishing Company,
Ktofflee ll'ock. Commercial Street.
HOFER BROTHERS, - - - EdlWrs.
lilly, bycatr)er,pT month
mily, b wall, r year,
Weekly, pngeo, per year,
SALEM'S MILITARY HEROES.
Shetches of Some Second Regiment
Oflfcers C. N. fc. "
The last number of the 'Oregon
Gaardsrilan was 'a special CHiuComp
son edition. It contained portraits and
sketches of many prominent members.
of tli Oraoran National Guard, and
. among them tfie following fo'rfeome.of
tLo Salem members:
MAJOB D. C. SHERMAN.
The junior major of ibe Heron d Regl
maul it D n Ctrloi Hbnn jo, u veteran
of tho war and late captain of companj
B. He wa born at Weathertleld, Vt.,
March 29. 1818, and at live yein of ag.
removed to Liwrc::ce, Muss. Ho Is o'
revolutionary ancestry and Is related
to the great family of dhermans which
lias been so prominent In the history nl
the country. July 27, 1802, when but
fourteen years of age, he enlisted in
company F, of the 4Sth Mass. Vols,,
and served during tho siege of Port
Hudson. May2I,1803,biwa8 wounded
and ptured at the battle of Plalne's
Btore, La., but escaped that night. His
father then took hint out of the service.
He again enlisted in the 8th unattached
company of Mass. Vols., and wns trans
ferred to Co. G, 61 Mais, Vols., and
served through Grant's campaign to
the end of the war. In May, I860, he
enlisted In Troop F, 8th U. 8. cavalry,
and was in seven engagements with
ludtans. September 29, 1857, be was
wounded and disabled, and in March,
1869. received his discharge. He set
tled In Ban Francisco and engaged in
manufacturing, coming to Oregon In
1877 and locating in Salem. He has
occupied the position of deputy county
clerk, and was appoluted clerk to fill
vacancy the lost term. Ho Is now the
chief clerk of the house of ropresenta
Major Bhermnu Is an enthusiastic
member of tho G. A. It. Ho Is a past
captain of Bedgwlck post, has served as
adjutant general and as inspector of the
department of Oregon, an an aide on
tho staff of General Alger, national
commander, and is now a member of
the national council of administration.
Major Sherman's services In the nation
al guard havo been yery valuable. In
December, 1890, he was elected captain
of Company. B, Second Regiment, to
resurrect the company when it had but
thirteen men on tho roll, and in thirty
days bad a compauy of sixty men.
Now tbero aro three good companies lu
Salem, so changed are the conditions.
He was elected Junior mitjor July 22,
1893, and has received his commission.
Major Sherman commanded Compauy
B, at Camp Grant in 1891 and at Camp
Salem the following year, and was lu
command of the battalion of t hreo com
panies from his rcgltnont at Camp
Compson. His handling of his battal
ion at all times showed him to ho a ca
pable, vigilant aud onorgctlo olllcer,
and under his Inutruo'lon the battalion
mado groat progress during the encamp
raout. ADJUTANT HOIU.IN.
Tho adjutant of tho Second Regl
meut, O. N. G., is tirst Lleuteuant
Chus. E. Robhn, whoso ability as u sol
dier und zealous attention to duty have
won for him tho hearty commendation
of his superior and associates. Tho
duties of an adjutant aro uiultltudl-
npus, exacting and perplexing, aud tho
regimental oommundur who succeeds
in securing an olllcer who can discharge
thdtn acceptably, both in their military
, and olerical aspeet, Is Indeed fortunate.
Buoh an o nicer Adjutant Roblin bus
proved himself to bo. Especially Is
this position a trying and lrksomo one
whon companies aro located at a dls- J
tanco from headquarters us they aro lu j
tuetiecond Regiment. Lieutenant Rob
lln was born at Ploton, Ontario, Jau-
uary 10, 1S70, and removed to Winul
peg, Manitoba in 1874. Ho served one
year In the, OOtb Kllles, Caumllun mili
tia, etatlouod at Winnipeg, nnd when
be oatno to Oregon lu 18S7, soon took
an interest lu national guard matters.
He served as sergeant major or tho
Second Regiment at Camp Graut lu
1891, and was subsequently appointed
atjjutaut by Colonel Lovell, Lleuten-
.., T.l,lln .ll.i.,ll II,. TT..I I ,
mil uunu uiHJiiuiiu luu uiiivcitmy oi
Manitoba at Wiunlpeg two years, and'
after coming to Oregon outerod u pun '
th etudy of law, being admitted to tho
bar In June, 1893. Adjutant Roblln'a,
dutleaaro rendered tuiro burdensome '
aahrplexlngat.tbe present time by
tkve fact that tho reglmoutal command
ant, Major Yorau, doe not reside at
gitem, tho headquarters.
CAlr, M. I MKYHI13.
Captain M. L. Meyers, commanding
Company II, Second Realineut, O. N.
G., though young In yoars, has had the
beaetlt of considerable military trulu
Uj, aud hi ability as an Instructor Is
jPHotc4 lu tho excellent condition of
his oompany. He was born lu Kern
county, Cal., April 16, '1872, nnd came
to Oregon in 1880, where lie recelvod
bis education. Ho aTtende"d theillsbop
Scott'Milltary AcaUemy, al Portland,
And profited by the excellent instruc
tional" at that Institution, attaining
the rank of color corporal lu the cadet
battalion. He entered the regimental
band in 1837, April 13, 16S1, he e list
ed in Company H, at Salem and was
appointed first sereanterylng In that
capacity during the euoampment of
Second Regiment that year at Camp
Grant. At the encampment at Salem,
July 4, 1892. ho wni elected second
(lieutenant, and March p, 1893, was
chosen 'captain t succeed Captain
Fiske, resigned: Cfmpuny H has forty
seven men on ifs'rolls, of whom twentj
were present at.Canip'Comp'son. This
Is onVof .the'jnostifclriclent companies
in the regiment',' 'coiupoed chfetly of
ypjungandjbntbuslastlc' meuj'd one
that may be" relledupon for efl-cllve
service In limS of need. At the en
campra'ent Ife-tjunrters were always in
excellent condition, and both officers
and men discharged their duties with
(idelity aud Intelligence, always under
the watchful ey. of Captain Meyers.
LIEUT. I. W. BERRY.
Company B, Hecond Regiment, was
under the command of Second Lieuten
ant I. W. Berry, at Camp Compson
and was excellently bandied at nil
ilmes. Lleutenaut Berry was born at
Delphi, Ind., March 18, 1851, and came
to Oregon In May, J857. He was reared
in Jackson county. His first military
service was performed during the great
Modoc war lu the lava beds. December
2, 1872, three days after the battle with
Captain Jack aud the massacre on Lost
river, hn was commissioned first lieu
tenant of Company A, First Regiment
Oregon Volunteers, aud was the next
day appointed quartermaster. The
company was organized at 8 p. in., aud
at 11 a. m. the next day was outfitted
aud started for the Modoc country with
nineteen men, picking up more on the
way and arriving with thirty-five.
The company did good service for sev
eral months and participated in Gen
eral VVbeaton'B battle ofthe lava bedB.
July, 14, 1887, ho was appointed assist
ant warden of tho state penitentiary at
Salem, and still holds tbe position.
December 14, 18S9, ho was elected sec
ond lieutenant of Company B, aud has
served nearly four years. Ho was pres
ent with tbe company at Camp Grant
In 1891, aud Cump Salem in 1892. His
loug service, experience and ability will
probably cause his selection as successor
of Captain Sherman, recently elected
You will seldom need' a doctor if you
have Simmons LlYer Regulator hae.dy
For good health use TUTT'SPILLP.
llie Wuja ori'urlaluii lleesars.
A Paris mnnicipal councilor, il.
Georges Berry, has been exploring all
sorts of out of tho way places with a
view to presenting to tho council a re
port on beggars nud begging in the
French capital. Under "Disguised Beg
ging" ho dovotes a special chapter to
those strange trades which really come
under that heading, and he has also much
to say about 'the peoplS who, while not
actually going begging themselves, get
their living out of those who do.
Near tho Ccolo do Medccino M. Berry
found it woman who bolls seta of ad
dresses of tho charitably disposed to
bogging letter impostors. Sho soils two
sorts, tho big sot nnd the llttlo sot. Tho
Httlo set is 5 francs and comprises 200
addresses. For 15 francs one can havo
tho big sot of 0.,0 addresses, sufficient,
said tho vendor, to cnablq nny ono start
ing in tho businoss to earn his living for
a yoar. As Al. Berry bought a copy of
each set, doubtless the council will givo a
useful warning to tho porsons whoso ad
drosses aro given.
Ordinary stroot boggiug in Paris, it
nppears, is reckonod to bring in nn aver
ago of nt least a suilliug nn hour. Many
of tho boggara eleep in tho neighborhood
of tho Jardiu des Plantca. A wan in
that neighborhood makes a largo income
by affording shcltor to them at tho rate
of a penny a head per talent.. Ho is en-
abled to do this by hiriuor for a email
sum each, until regular attendants ure
obtained for them, nil 1hq empty shops
and houses ho cau obtain. London
If thero is anything moro funny than
tho taking of poisons on tho stnso nnd its
results, it ii tho mothods used to save
the lives of those that havoswallowedit.
Tho first thing a physician does whon
called in to a case of poisoning is to
innko his patient vomit. It is a thou
sand times easier to got rid of such por
tions of tho fatal doso as may not havo
been absorbed thau it is to neutralize
thorn, and for that reason strong oiuot
ics, followed by tho stoniaoh pump, aro
invariably resorted to. This could not
bo done, howovor. on tho Btaqp, even in
tneso tiays or realism, bocauso thjj audi
uenco would bo disgusted.
Tirrinnrlv. tnn lint tlm n,,filAti&a .ioii,1 mm
-. .,,..,-... , uam uv
I remomborn melodrama which I went
to beo performed wlwu I was a student
l linvo forgotten tho name, but It 1iad a
lo"R,ru" tt the Old Bowery theater in
?' ,cU,T ,,ero,M, tok1 arsonlo-bj -mis-
othor variety ever does and tho hero
saved her! How? By scraping plastor
off the walls and giviug it to her lu wa
ter. It was n noble not on that hero's
part, and any hero who could make the
alkali of lime neutralize arsenic not only
deservod the hand, heart and fortune of
tho lovely heroine, but a leather 'medal
from the nearest dnig store for his knowl
edge of chemistry. Dr. Cyrus Edson in
North American Review.
Wiiucoum nu.tj iiHievtfl h hun
dred years ago that 1y ntndying tbe
Him wo should W nUe to learn tomo
thing of tho coftSitiou of things in
tho earth deep under our feotl
, A farmer libnr Buchanan, Gn bai
a tnmo rattlesnake that has tho free
dom of tho promises, and it is Ball
that ho beata 40 yard dogs in keepin
Tho Father of Many Pis
Constipation leads to a multitude of
physical' troubles. It is generally th
result of carelessness or indifference t
the simplest rule rf health. Eugene Mo
Kay, of Brantford. Out., writes:
"I bad for several years been a suflerer
from constipation, bad taken a great
many diflerent remedies, some of which
did me good for a time but only for a
time, then my trouble came back worse
tliau ever. 1 was induced by a friend,
whom Braudreth's Pills bad benefitted,
'o try them. Took two each night for
a week, then one every night for about
six weeks. Since that time I have not
experienced tho slightest difficulty
whatever, and my bowels move regu
larly every day. I believe firmly that
fur sluggishness of the bowels and bil
iousuess Brnndretb's Pills are far supe
rior to any other,"
If you anticipate visiting the world's
fair, or your friends in tbe East, take
udvantuee of tbe present opportunity,
as tbe fares are uow so low the cut m
figure in the expense. The Chicago &
Northwestern llailway have placed in
service a solid vestlbnled train, between
Portland and Chicago, the famous
Wityner 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 cousumed in making
the trip, it Is within the reach of all.
For further information, apply to any
ticket scent, or write
A. G. BAititnn, Gen'l Act.
272 Washington street.
Before Going to tho Wojld's Fair
Tbe Limited Express trains of the Chi
cago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Rallwaj
between St. Paul and Chicago and
Omaha and Chicago.
These trains are vestlbuled, olectrie
lighted and steam heated, with tbe flu
est Dining and 81eeplug Cnr Service ii
Tbe Electric reading light In each
berth is the successful novelty of thit
progressive ago, and is highly apprecia'
ed by all regular patrons of thlH line.
We wish others to know Its merits, a
the Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul Rail
way Is the only line In the west enjoy
ing the exclusive upe of this patent.
For further Information apply to
nearest coupon ticket agent, or addrest
C. J. Eddy, General Agent,
J. W. Casi:v, Trav. Pass. Agr.
225 Stark St., Portland. Or. tf
I suffered from blliousuess. indices
tlou, etc. Bimmnus Liver Regulator
cured auer doctors railed. w. D.
Had Ills nn.
An orercuto granger landed in the
Union depot yesterday morning. With
his gripsack in hand nnd an expression
on his face that might bo translated as
"Yer can't bunko me," ho started off
and finally landed up in a neighboring
He registered. Tho clerk told liim tho
rate was $2 a day for "meals and room."
Ho seemed perfectly batisfled and start
ed off at onco to test tho skill of the cook.
Tho first thing that caught his eyo as
ho entered tho dining room was a sign
"Meals at all hours."
He pondered over it awhile, and final
ly, with a broad smile, went to a broad
tablo, convinced he had solved it.
"Well, I'll be darnedl" ho explained
as he seated himself. "Folks hero must
bo great eaters. Cheap too. But I won't
lot any of them get ahead of me."
All day long ho went to tho dining
room each hour and nte. Ho had to
forco himself nt times, but ho didn't in
tend to lose anything.
When he was about to go Rway last
night, tho clerk presented him with a bill
for $9, and it was only then ho discov.
ored that "meals wt all honrs"wero not
included in the $3 a day rate. Pittsburg
tic! all thi train of rl!
rrumwrljr rrori or later
exetuet. tbe rtiulta of
ilettlopment ami iline
ttven lo eiy organ and
luiitlnn of the body,
a,(U) mrrrencra Uuok,
explanation ami proof!
ERIE MEDICAL CO.
A MILD PHYSIC
ONE PILL FOR A DOSE.
for hMlUk That pUU aupplr what U uiuu
U Bjft and oImt th Complaxioa btur than
VMW.ttoa. Thtr.ae bUIUIj. a.iunr ertp. nor
il.k.o u oth.r piu. do. TooioTlnca rou of th.lr
" y ...HW trwt
il aamplM fra. or full boa aso. 8ld
Uaanao MO.Oi, yhUatUlpbU, fat
Fold by Jbw-keit & VanMlypa.
P. J, LAKSEN & CO.,
Manufacturer of Wagons, Car
Hopairinp; a Spaolalty.
Shop i) tjute iLreet, '
A jt53lj s&Io
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JAMES R. WATTE;
Kuan ef "Walto'i OeUlnUd Oaaedr Oo,
Fremiun Band and Orchestra.
Dr. JUilem Medical Co Elkhart, Ind.
You will remember the conditlbnl was In flro
teon ago, when 1 tu aQUctGd with a combln&
tioa of dtoeases, and thoueht there was no hclf
ran at I tried all kinds of medicines, and Mores
of eminent physicians. MjrnorTOiwereprostratl,
produclm; dluiness, heart trouble and all the 11U
that make life miserable. I commenced to take
DR, MILES' NERVINE
and in three months i was pcrfcctly curcq.
In my travels each year, when I see the thousands
of phjelcaA wrecks, Eufforiog from nerrons Tpros
. . - tnttlon, taking prescriptions from
5-1 A local physicians whohaTOnoknowl
l l fawr cjgo 0f their case, and whose death
ti certain, I feel like going to them and sayingr.
xnr iirofeselon. .
NmwINr AND BC CURCO." '"
arewmanysu Ti IHFD flerers from
OTerworknen' ' "" ' tal proitra
tion and nervous cibaustlon, brought on by the
charaeter of the business engaged la, I would
aa a euro cure for All Buffering from theso causes
SOLD ON A POSITIVE GUARANTEE.
TRY DR. MILES' PILLS, 50 DOSES 25 CTS.
gold by D. J, Fry, druggist, Salem
Doctor prescribed : Castoria
Prices Current by Telegraph Local
and Portland Quotations.
' SALEir,;Septemberl;0, 4 p. m. Ofilct
Daily Capital Journal. Quota
tions for day and up to hour of going t
press were as follews:
8ALEM PRODUCE MARKET.
Apples 35c to 50c. a bushel.
Peaches Coo to 75 a box.
Veals dressed 4 cts.
Hogs dressed 6 to 0.
Live cattle 1 to 2.
Sheen alive $1.50 to $2.00.
Spring lambs-$1.50 fo 2.00.
Salem Millinir Co. quetes: Flour
in wholesale lots $3.10. ltetall $3.40.
Brau $15V bulk.JlOJsHcked. Shorts $17$
Chop feed $18 and $19.
Old wheat on storage 40 cents. New
wheat 48 cents.
HAY AND DRAIN.
Oats old, 38 to 40c, new 30c
Hav Baled, uew $8 to$12; old $10 to
$14. Wild in bulk, $0 to $8.
Barley Brewing, at Salem, No. 1,
95 to $1.00 per cwt. No. 2, 70 to 85 cts.
Peas nnd beans-8 to 10 cents a gallon.
Wool Best, 10c
Hops Huiull sile, 15J to 17c.
Bugs Cash, 15 cents.
Butter Best dairy, 25; fancy
Cheese 12 to 15 cts.
Farm smoked meats Bacon 12J;
limns, 13; shoulders, 10.
Potatoes uew. 30c. to 45c.
Onions 1 to 1J cents.
Beeswax 34c Caraway seed, 18c
Aulsoseed, 20n. Gluseug, $1.40.
HIDES AND PELTS.
Green, 2 cs; dry, 4 cts; sheep pelts,
25 its to 40c No quotations on furs.
Chickens 7 cts; broilers 7; ducks, 8
lOo; turkeys, slow sale, choice, 10c;
Grnln, Feed, etc.
Flour-Standard, $3.25; Walla Walla,
f-3.21: crabam. $2.75: superfine, $2.50
I per barrel.
Oats Old wbite.SOo nerbu.:irrov. 33u:
rolled, In bags, $0.250.50; barrels,
$0 600.75; cases. $3.75.
Hay Best, $1015 per ton.
Wool valley, 10 to 12c
Millstuils Bran, $17.00; shorts, $20;
grouud barley, $2223; chop feed, $18
per tou; whole feed, barley, 8085 per
mtlttul, ..llvl.l tl a, . COO.IQ li).t... IPU.M-
iviiiiil, uiiuiiiiii);, vovmci m tun. mow
ing barley, 9095o per cental: chicken
wheat. $1.101.2o por cental.
Hops-Old, 10 to Cc, new 15 to 17.
Butter Oregon fancy creamery, 25
27ej fanoy dairy, 2022c; fair to good,
IGGltte: common. H to 15o per lb; Call-
fortiia, 3544o per roll.
Cneese Oregon, 12J; Eastern
twins, 16iv, Young American, 14Jo per
per pound; California Hats, 14c
Eggs Or-gou, 15 to ICo per dozen,
Poultry- Chlt'kuus,old,$4.60; broilers,
large, $2U03.0u; ducks, old, $4.50
0.00; young, $2 604.00; geese, $8.00
turkey?, live, 14Jo.
SAN Fit ANOISOO MARKET.
Woel: Oregon Eiiatern choice, 10
lOo; do lnfvrior, 8Ooj do valley, 12
Put'itnes Erlv Itoee. 30n40. Bur-
Onions 7C85o iwr cental for red,
Barlev -Fetnl, 0870j per cental
for good quality autl fijo for choice;
brewlug. $ 00 per oeutal.
"So yon woro Interested hi thnt 'paper
town' ont on tho prairio?"
"And when tho boom broke you wero
"No, some blntned fools went ahead
and built t!i" railroad just tho way it
was on the map; that's what did me up."
"Why, tho' boom didn't break, and 1
had to dohver 280 lots nt tho prices I had
sold 'em at." Detroit Tribune.
8iial.es In the Gnir.
"Talking about onakes," eaitl Cap
tain Pete, "why, 1 wns down on
the coast a few years ngo after a
heavy sou'east gale, and tho beach
was covered with driftwood and
snakes for miles, nnd they were com
ing ashore constantly. The place
was full of snakes. There were thou
sands of them, and every log thut
drifted ashore had from six to ten
snakes clinging to it They were
countless, and as there wero many
species new to me I think they must
havo come from the Mexican or Cen
tral American coast. I talked with
one of tho captains of a Morgan line
steamer about it, and he stated that
ho encountered the snakes and drift
many miles out to sea, and they were
so thick that it was necessary for the
steamer to force her way through.
When it reached Brazos, Santiago,
there were a great many snakes, dead
and alive, across its bow and sticking
to its sides. "Galveston Cor. Chicago
Men "Who Know Men.
The man who in our time displayed
tho power of choosing agents in a
supreme degree, the first Gorman
emperor, scai'cely ever read any
thing except reports and probably
did not know a tenth of the litera
ture familiar in a way to his imperial
rival, who never but once in his life
and that was an accident chose a
man correctly. The explanation is,
of course, that reading cannot give
either judgment or insight or deci
sionthat is, can in no way create
character, and it is on character that
that efficiency mainly, if not entire
ly, depends. Charlemagne rebuilt
tho western empire, but could never
write and remained to the end of his
life dependent on his secretaries for
book knowledge. London Spectator.
Tired, Weak, Nervous
Mrs. JLfarj O. Gry&erman
I had rheumatism so severely that I -was
obliged to use a cane. I was tired of life and
tras a burden to those about me. I often
suffered from dizziness, worried much, and
was subject to nervous spells. Hood's Sar
laparllla made ma feel like a different
peraoa. I owe my present good health to
Hood's." Mas. Maut a Cbydehmait, La
Fontaine, Kansas. Be sure to get Hood's.
Hood's Pills enre all liver ills, blUous
bess, Jaundice, Indigestion, sick headache.
World's Fair, Chicago.
Anapa Calumet Avenue and 30th Street.
HIIT8I a n Fireproof) S4t ruorns; near Fair
WI Grounds! baths on every floor.
...,,.. American and European plana.
RlHRRflET'ltoBftdftr. First-class family
OHrlUnUr 1 hotel. Writo for circular.
Oldest, Highest and Most Extended
Institution of Learnlnir in tho Pacific
Sixteen courses of Instruction, from
Grammar, through Academic and Col
lege, to Theology, Law and Medlciue.
Bnlerullil Courses for Trnlnlnm In
Teaching, Business, Art, Elocution
and Music Several Post Graduate
Courses. Stronger and better than ever.
It's Womau's College affords an Ideal
home for young ladles with unsurpassed
facilities for their care and training.
Tbe school year opens Sept, 4, 1893.
For Year Boob and all information I
relutiue; to school management and
course of study, address,
Acting Pres,, W. a HA.WU5Y, LU B..A. M.
For financial Information, address,
Key. J. H. EOOEK, Agent,
8-22-d&w Salem, Oregon.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Improved Usal Estate, m amounts and
Uuia tu suit. .No delay in considering loans.
FEAR & FORD.
Room It. lliieli lUnSt block.
P0ST0FFICE BLOCK. - - SALEM. OR.
Admitted to practice In all the court.
Special attent'on given to German speak
In people and busmtxu at the county and
lata onfc. K HOf Bit, Notary IMblle.
9mc ve WlllUma & KngUnd'at bank.
Balsni. Urowew invited to call.
19-tT H, C. WHITKAH, Aft,
" C Mtorln Is so well adapted to children that
I recommend itas superior to any prescription
known tome." n. A. Aacirxm M. D.,
Ill Bo. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. T.
"Tho use of 'Castoria' Is so universal and
Its merits so well known that it soems a work
of supererogation to endorse It. Few are the
intelligent families who do not keep Castoria
within easy reach."
CisLos IUrttw, D.D.,
New York City.
Late Pastor Bloomlngdalo Bef ormed Church.
Completed and ready to wait on 'customers. H6rees boa'tded by day or ire&l
dtreasonable prices. Wo keep a full line of Trucks, Drays and ExDrfsatftl
" an ucumuun. iiimi cc(i mo iincai oiuiiiouu u mis county, lor service.
jjuiii ttuu icaiueueu uiuck sou ill
If you would be clean
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SALEM STEAM: LAUNDRY
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