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-what a comfort it iato
have ready at hand a
remedy that never fails
to relieve Constipation, - -and
that, without pain or
discomfort; and almost
immediately cures head
aches, and dispels every
symptom of Dyspepsia.
Such a remedy is found
in Simmons Liyer Begu
lator not a, sweetened''
compoundTto nauseate, or
an intoxicating beverages
tST cultivate an alcoholic
pleasant to thHale,and
criven to the Smallest
the virtues and perfec
tions of a reliable remedy
of the kind endorsed by
mony to thoee you receive nnnually'ln j
nbmiM in Tour valuable medicine, J
eoniider Simmons Uvcr Regulator tbo
best family medicine on the .maxKeu. 1
bare prescribed It with excellent result."
-W. F. FAXK, 31. D., Trac7 City, Tenn.
A EoiiK tuj OJ,
There wns no one but tbe proprietor
In the office when the man in sailor
clothes came in and cautiously closed the
door behind him.
"You smoke'r' nskod the visitor.
"Want somethin extra dirt cheap?"
"What do you mean?"
"Cigars. These newt saw tho custom
house." And he pulled a box from under
his arm and opened it. Like many other
individuals, the man in the offico was
weak and ready to profit at the govern
"How much?' ho asked.
"Four dollars," was the answer.
Tho bargain was closed, and the mar
iner started for tho door.
"Hold on!" exclaimed the other as he
bit a sample of the goods. "This is do
mestic tobacco. Didn't I understand
you to say these cigars had never Been"
tho custom house?" i
"Sure. What I meant was that they
had never been so far away from home."
II i Money Tied Up.
ODDS AND ENDS.
Siam, it is said, can boast of tailless
cata with purplo eyes.
Pot dogs nro now dyod to harraonizo
with tho prevailing tint of their mistress'
Tho averago weight of men in Eng
land is 165 pounds and that of women
This is perhaps our first duty toward
our vermtn: To bo surotliatthoy nrovor
rain that is to say, noxious boforo de
claring war on them.
Tho oldest town in Texas, and by some
beliovod to bo tho oldest town in tho
United States, is Ysleta, on tho Rio
Grando, in El Paso county.
Zoar, 0., is tho abiding placo of atnva
tio band of German communists, who
hold all property in common, tho place
ueiug a mtniaturo tonguoin wit ma itself.
Tho figures usually spoken of ns "Ara
bic numorals," represented by 1, 2, 3,
etc., nro really of East Indian origin.
Thoy wero first tised in Arabia by Mo
hammed Den Musn in 000 A. D.
Tho record for tho ratio of iwrsons of
advanced ago to tho cntiro population is
said to bo borno by Aumdno, a littlo
JfYcncn hamlet, which has bnt 40 inhab
itants, 2-1 of whom nro ovor 80 years of
Tho ago of tho lobstor is n debated
question, Tha small, markotablo speci
mens are generally supposed to be from
4 to 0 years old, but eoino lobsters nro
belioved to llvo to tho green old ago of
Tho embalming customs of tho Egyp
tians wero against iieatueu precedent
Tho funeral pyre prevailed in most of
tho .Mediterranean nations, lit Romp
cremation was an honor denied to sui
cides and young children,
Before Going to tho Woild'a
The Limited Express trains of the Chi
cago, Milwaukee diSUPaul Railway
botween Bt. Paul uiid Chicago aud
Omaha aud Chicago.
These trains uro vostlbuled. oloctrlo
lighted And steam heated, with the ilu
st Bluing aud Bleeping Cur Service Iu
TkeElectriu reading light Iu each
berth M tho successful novelty of (his
progNweK-eage, amlls highly apprvolat
e I by all regulur patrons of this lino.
We with others to know Its merits, as
tlH Chicago MUWnukeo A Bt.Paul Rail
waj ta'the oujy line, In the wet enjoy.
1BK irw exclusive use or una patent.
For further Information onnlv to
MHet ooupou tioked agent, or address la
I). J. Eddy. Qenoral Acent.
J. Wt Casey, Trav. Pass. Act.
m 8ark St., Portland, Or, tf
'HIE GlPfTil JOURKAL
PUJBL.&HED DAJLYiEXCEPT BUNDAY,
Capital JournaiPublishing Company.
f.astoiuee uiock. (commercial aireeu
H0ER.Bjt0JHE(?S, ,r - - Editors..
Iwtty, d carrier, px month,-.
lMlty, bf umUI, pr year,
WeeKiy, pogea, per year,
AX U.NTBSAliLK POSITION'.
.. The Pacific Insurance Union has
taken apposition it cannot possibly
maiutaiu. It is, inBhort, thnt it cab
Bavfthe people of Oregon what insui-
wftbt.ln1a3ditIonto' right' they have
long exercised? of? saying- what tbnj
Shall pay for InsurauceC .-This conibiua
tion'of San Francisco stock jobbers has
overreacbeddtself) It cauuot maintain
nUiPMitiouMbefOrdthe people, among
business men or in tbe courts.
Oregon eople have a special interest
id resentiugibis attempted dictation of
gigantic trust. The blow is aimed at
i home cooipduvr the State of Salem.
The insurance Union baa added a slip
to nil Its policies forbiddltfgtbe insured
party from taking any additional insur
ance in any but ' Trust" eotnpauies, be
.ougiag to tbe Union. In this list the
ritate of Salem is boycotted. Oregon
people are sure to resent this aud wlli
be beard from in no uncertain way iu
ruly to the dictations of the (rust.
The sooner the Pacific Insurance union
retieats from its arrogant assumption to
own tbis state, the better for the com
punies it represents. If the fight goes
on aloug this line the state of Oregon,
as well is "the Btate of Salem" will
make short work of the robber trust.
Honest competition in tbe insurance
business is a precious right of the peo
ple," of which they have been deprived
too long already.
It may be of interest to note that tbe
"rjtate of Salem" is standing the fight
well. Investigation shows that it is
financially stronger than ever. It has
tbe ablest legal talent in the Btate
among its stockholders, men like ex
Supreme Justice Thayer, and Richard
Williams of Portland. It has never
borrowed a dollar to do business with
Hud has never paid a cent of interest.
It has paid over a thousand losses' iu
Oregon aluno and Is better able to meet
Its obligations today than any company
doing business In the state.
The Oregon Press Association at its
meeting iu Partlaud last week agreed
uy vote that all uevspaers in referring
to tue Chinese pheasant introduced by
Judge O.N. Denuy, the bird will be
called tho Denuy pheasant as a compli
ment to the Judge. he suggestion
was made by J. B. Eddy. This was a
very seusiable and proper agreement.
We were thinking about this matter
a few weeks ago, that it would be more
appropriate to call these birds after the
muii who sent them here than after the
eouutry they came from, wlieu they
may be aud no doubt are found iu
5uuy others countries. Ills strange
how great minds will sometimes agree
as well us diiiur. Eugene Journal.
REVIEW OP NEW BOOKS.
"Prutro Ghlslerl" Is Marlon Cmw
ford's most uiaturo novel. It holders
strangely upou tho most progressive
psychology, The hero who 1b sound iu
uis tendency toward tho good, the right
aud tho true, recovers from a wouud or
dinarily fatal. The woman who plots
evil dies of Incurable disorders of the
mind, produciug nervous insomnia.
It Is distinctly Italian, with all the rich
background of a romantic post and the
sott lilluslons of a ilowery realism exist
ing iu Italy of the preseut. He creates
au atmosphere of freshness and purity
above the English herolue that is ele
vating ami tonlu.lti ltsellect. Altogeth
er tho work Is hopeful and helpful aud
hence uplifting. Thero is fine disseo,
tion of motives iu all the characters.
The writing hasuueven literary finish,
with ocoasisual Hashes of wit, us when
Lent in Rome Is described as a "period
of mortification and fasting during
which society uses Its legs le&i aud Its
lougiies morv," Maciullluu it Co., 112
Fourth avo,, New York, aro tho Amer
ican publishers of all his works, aud Iu
every respect this series, (Maumillaus
Dollar Novels,) are tho best prluted aud
ueHt bouud volumes to be had at the
book stores for th price.
"Old Kaskaskhi" is a love story, as
distinctively idyllic as Mrs. Burnett's
oest novelette, it possess the rare
llttvorof au excursion in letters, iuto a
rogtaju qulto uud reamed of and forgot
ten, tuo French territorial days wheu
the Illinois of oday, was the heart of
Indiana territory aud exteudsd from
the lakes to tho unbounded plains.
There Is uo occasion for a haokueyed
uharauter, were Alary Hart well father
wood bo little (he artist as to Introduce
oue, Augolfuuo is a dr&uuy tyegf
womuuhood with as many suitors as a
rojo has petals, yet uo duwdrop oyer
nestled on Uie bosom of a rose more
pure aud refreshing thuu her presence
felt through thee pages.
Miniln & Co., Bostou.
"Donald Maroy" by Elisabeth btuurt
Phelps Is a good story of collge life for
young people Mrs. Ward's 23d volume,
beginning wth "Gates Ajr," which
has reached its 77?h thousand. Be
yond an ideal 'New England college
girl, Borne well done ;Btudles of Ameri
can university life, the book mutt rt t
upon the author's reputation fiir He
sale. Houghton, Mllllu &. Co., Bostou
F. TeniiTson "Neely7publtSher, Chlda
go,bas presented in an attractive volume
Col. Richard Henry Savage's "The
Passing Show." The sketches are
graphic novelties frpm many strange
lands, and reveals the graceful storv
teller. The library form preserves
many a meritorious piece of literary
work that could never possibly' get into
print in the old expensive book form.
BOOKS OK CHILDLIKE.
Besides being a - readable novel
"Sweetheart Given" is an original
study In tiie literature1 of child1 life. N
happier panorama of Welch country
life could pass before the eyet thau thai
unfolded in bis life on the farm In the
Vale of CI wyd; North Wales. The life
here depicted will liuger long in any
soul capable of feeling and the author,
William Girebuck will be much iu de
mand for having done this work.
Louguiaus, Green & Co., Ne'w York.
"T'le child-soul is born to live iu
every man." These are the words in
which Margaret Svdney of "LlttTe Pep
pers" fame begins her tribute ofluve
entitled " Whittier With the Children,"
published ou plate paper in handsomely
engraved octavo by" the D. Lathrop Co ,
Boxton. The chapters present in
agreeable realism the sweetest Incfden
of the good gray Qiaker poet's life
bis child-life and his associations with
"Au Adventure in Photography" by
Octave Thanet, illustrated by photo
graphs by tbe adventurers, deserves to
oe studied by alfwould-be artfsta with
the camera rather than review, d iu a
newspaper. However, if we attract
the attention of several hundred ama
teurs to the lecord of valuable experi
ences here detailed by a skilled hand
and trained brain we shall save sueh
persons making thousands of errors,
that may cost tbem much in time, dol
lars, irritation, humiliation, and vexa
tion of spirit. We gather from tbe
writer's experience that there is a won
derful world of perversity in the ways
that are dark about photography, and
this is all told in bright, witty and
common sense English. Charts Scrib
ner'a Sons, New York,
Our Dumb Animals for September
shows iu bright pnems, pretty pictures
and wide-awake sketches of the grand
work which Geo. F. Angell is doing
for prevention of cruelty to animals.
Students of art and literature will
find helpful studies iu Denton J. Snyd
er's mouograpbs ou the W irul's Fair.
The five booklets are sold for GO cents,
Kindergarten Literature Co.
Zola, tho apostle of filth in French
flctiou, is coming to our country.
Rev. Dr. Joun DeWitt lias a new
volume on "What is iuspiratiou."
Will H. Low will write "An Artist'.
Impressions of the World's Fair." for
Harpers sSth edition of LorenaDoone
has a photogravure of theauthor Black
Robert Louis Stephenson is a grand
son of Stephenson, the Scottish Llglit-
0car Wilde returns momentarily
from oblivion with "A True Theory"
of the mystery of Shakespeare's sou
nets. Lee & Shepard have printed a new
edition of Charles Sumner's groat ora
tion, "The True Grandeur of Nations."
Ella Hlgginson has n delightful
"Last' Message of Summer," iu the
September Overland, It is rich with
the aroma or nature.
MacmMau & Co., the ureat New
York publishing house, is enjoying Its
golden Jubilee, having breu established
iu 1813, by John Muemilluu, a protege
of many American authors uf renowu.
Of ladles' and children's trimmed
hats for $1 00, $1.60, 52.00, $2.60. Friday
and Saturday, at Mrs. D. L. Fiester's
Court street mtlliuer, Salem.
A Tjufle Latk. This would seem
rather late lu the season to buy fruit
cans, but owing to tho great rush at
their store, which is acknowledged
headquarters, Clark fc Eppley have
beeu forced toimportauother large con
signment. These must bo sold, aud
tbe low prices mut do it.
G-aM 15 Port.
"Ihnvobcuncront aurfercr from
iorpiu i.i ver nim J.v8iekin. llrer
tlilnj; I afedlbBsrctttt
Z can uon iJIcost nuy Jilui! of food t
Cit Itrioeu lioiuitW tu tielRlit."
IV. C tiCXlVL.ri.lX, Coluuibtn, &. O,
DETECTIVE AND COLLKCTIXG BDREAU
frlvate work a ipedally',
C, 11. CX40IKNT, Manager.
QfSQ B V2CK H
JOUEkL, SATTTRDAT, OCTOBEB 7, 1898
ORK OfTHCLABOCBT CONTRACTORS AMD BUILS
CRB IB NCBRR.
HEART DISEASE 30 YEARS.
Gbjutd IsiixD, Keb., April 8th, ISM.
Dr. HUt Itttdlcol Co., Elkhart, 2nd.
GraTLEMEW: I hsd been trembled with htmit
oitsr roRTHC iartoo ytARS,paiuuKi"
was treated by able rhtlclans and tried many
remedies, I grew Readily
grew steadily worse until was com-
PLCTCLT PROSTRATED AND CONFINED TO "T.BtO
WITHOUT ANT HORC Of RECOVERY. 1 WOUld USTe
rtry badsluk-. . . .lnzEpeHi.wben
.itorether, v l"and It waawlUi
tbe greatest difficulty that my circulation could
ck to censdoufness again. While In this cccdl
Uon I tried your new Heart Cure, and began
to Improve from the first, and now I am able to do
aeood day's work foraman6Syearofage. Iglre
Dr. Miles New Heart Cure aU 1 the
credit for my reooverr. It la overrtx months since
I have taken any, although I keep a bottle in the
house In case I abould need it, 1 have also used
your Nerve and Liver Pitts, and think a
great deal of them. Z- Avssy.
JJOtD ON A POSITIVE GUARANTEE.
TRY DR. MILES' PILLS, 50 DOSES 25 CT8
-out uy U. J. Fry, drugist, Salem
Doctor prescribed : Castoria
Economize in Paper.
Clean newspapers, tied iu bundles of
KH), not cut, tor sale at this otneo ai
fifteen centa a bundle. A heavy straw
wrapping paper, large sheets, two cent?
a pound. Next door to the postofflce.
Prices Current by Telegraph Local
and Portland Quotations.
Sales!, JOctober 7, 4 p. in. OQlc
Daily Capital Journal. Quota
tlouaforday and up to hour of going to
press were as follews:
SALt M PRODUCE MAltKEr.
Apples 25c to 35c. abU9bel.
Peaches 155c to 75 a box.
Veals dressed 4 cts.
Hogs dressed 6 to 7.
Live cattle 1 to 2.
Sheep alive $1.50 to $2.00.
Spring lambs $1.50 to 52.00.
Salem Milliner Co. quetes: Flour
in wholesale lots $3.00. Retail $3.40.
Bran $15 bulk, $1G sacked. Shorts $17
$18. Chop feed $18 and $19.
Old wheat on storage 44 cents. New
wheat 481 cents.
HAY AND GRAIN.
Oats old. 38 to 40c. uew 25 to 30c
Hay Baled, uew $S to $12; old $10 to
?14 wiiu in duik, M to 8.
Barley Brewing, at Balem, No. 1,
95 to $1.00 per cwt. No. 2, 70 to 85 cts.
Peai and beans-8 to 10 cents a gallon.
Wool Best, 10c.
Hops Small Bile, 17J to 18Jc.
Eirus Cash, 15 cents.
Butter Beet dairy, 25; fancy
Cheese 12 to 15 cts.
Farm stnoised meats Bacon 12J;
hams, 13; shoulders, 10.
Potatoes 25c. to 40c.
OniouB 1 to 1 cents.
Beeswax 34c. Caraway seed, 18c.
Aule seed, 2Cj, Ginseng, $1.40.
HIDES AND PELTS.
Green, 2 cts; dry, 4 cts; sheep'pelts,
25 cts to 40c. No quotations on furs.
Chlckeus 8 cts; broilers 8; ducks,
80; turkeys, slow sale, choice, 10c;
Grain, Feed, etc.
Flour Staudard. $3.25: Walla Walla.
$3 25; graham, $2,75; superfine, $2.50
Oats Old whlte,S3o perbu.jgrey, 35c;
rolled, in bacs. $0 25(3)6.50: barrels.
Hi 767.O0; casen, $3 75,
Hay Best, $1012 per ton.
Wool vallev, price nomlual.
MillstuH's Bran, $17.00; shorts, $20;
ground barley, $2223; chop fed, $18
per ton; whole feed, barley, 8085 per ,
cental; middling, $2328 jerton; brew
ing barlev, 0005o jer cental: chicken
wneat. $1 lUQrji.as percental,
Hops-Old, 10 to 16a, new 15 to 17.
Butter Oregou fancy oreamery,27j
w: tanoy Ualrv. 221(e: fair to coii
l7(a2rto: common. 15 to ICo per lb: Call
fornla, 30(330 er roll.
i-neene Oregon, (jj) l"i; iiastern
1 wins, ttk: vnune Amerionn, 100 per
(verpouiui; taniornia uats, ho.
Eugs On'iron. 22Jo er dren.
Poultry Ohl'keu8.old,$4.00; broilers,
'urge, $1 60a.oi; ducks, old, $4,000
6 00; young, $M5Q()4.00; geese, $S.00
turkey, live, 14o.
BAN FKANClSCO ilAKKET.
N oel: Orogou Eastern choice.
I So; do Inferior. Sl9e: do vallev. 12ra
'' tat.-- K-rly Rose, 8040. Bur
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He Llhcil IU
She was one of theso young women
who are never ready when called for, and
the young mmi v ho was to take her to
tho theater that night knew it. She
didn't lire far from the theater and was
slower than usual.
"I'll be ilovn in a minute," she called
to him from the head of the stairs.
"It's time we were there," he replied,
and as she sung out "All right" he
walked out of the honi-o and to the thea
ter. "When the first act clor ed, ho hur
ried back. When he bad been seated a
minute or two. she came down stairs all
in n flutter. He was smiling all over
and happy as a clam.
"I hurried just as fast ns I could," she
explained, "and it was too bad to keep
"Oh, that's all right," he laughed so
pleasantly that she almost fell on his
"You are the nicest man in the world
and have a perfectly lovely temper," she
"Don't mention it," he replied cheerily.
"We'd better bo going now," he con
tinned as he got up to go, "if we want
to see the last two acts. I've just seen
the first, and it's fine,"
Then she wanted to know what he
meant, but he didn't tell her until after
the play. Detroit Free Press.
"Witty rhcobe Cary.
Some one has called Phoebe Cary the
wittiest woman in America, and as one
of her friends declared the Phoebe Cary
who flashed and sparkled at an evening
dinner was no more brilliant than the
same Phoebe as she came in to the break
fast table from her marketing.
One evening at a littlo party the fun
was fast and furious, and one lady sud
denly turned to another, who was very
"Why don't you laugh? You sit there
like a post!"
"There," exclaimed Phoebe, "she called
you a post! 'Why don't you rail at her?"
Mr. P. T. Barnnm told her that the
skeleton man aud fat woman in his mu
seum were married, and she replied:
"I suppose they loved through thick
Looking at the curiosities in the mu
seum, she became so absorbed in watch
ing a largo anaconda that she walked off
the top stair of a flight and fell. Mr.
Barnum was just in time to catch her
and save her from a severe bruising.
"I am more lucky than the first wom
an who fell through the influence of the
serpent," said Phcebe. Youth's Companion.
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and preventing this annoying complaint, v. bile
they also correct all disorders of the stomach,
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Even If they only cured
Ache they would be almost priceless to those
who suffer from this distressing cemplaint:
but fortunately their goodness does not end
here, and those who once try them will find
these little pills valuable In so many ways that
they will not be willing to do without them.
But after all sick bead
Is the bane of so many lives that here is where
we make our great boast. Our pills cure it
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Caster's Little Livrn Pills are very small
and very easy to take. One or two pills make
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CASriS irzncnrc CO., Her tcti.
yi Ulk. U Fries,
Ve Modern Ilawktliuw.
Police Official (New England town)
Any clews to that mysterions murder?
DetectiveYes, sir. I've arrested all
the living members of the family.
Official Glorious! What evidence have
Detective When I accused them of
tho murder, some of 'em turned white
and some turned red. Now all we have
to do is to find out which color mean:
guilt. New York Weekly.
Paterfamilias (to unexpected guest)
Why didn't you send us word yon wero
coming? Pot luck, you know, my boyl
Hope you have managed to make out a
Unexpected Guest (politely) Bless
yon, old man I I hope I may never have
a worse one. Life.
Heaping a Harvest.
"Siinms had been out collecting.
no get anything"
"Oh, yes; u copple of black eyes before
he'd been out an hour.' Philadelphia
VIGOti r MEN
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Willamette University, Balem, Or.,
School of music for piano, organ, violin,
liuginp, orchestral instruments, Harmo
ny , counterpoint, fugue, orchestration
and higher musical composition. .No
better grade of work done west of tbe
Rocky mountains. Prices low. Seven
teachers. Next term begins Sept. 4th.
Send for annual year book or address,
Z. M. Parvin, Mus. Doctor, musical
director. 8-9 2md&w
If you anticipate visiting the world's
fair, or your friends in the East, take
tdvnntace of the present opportunity,
is tbe fares are now so low they cut no
figure in the expense. The Chicago j&
.Noriuwesiern Kaijway nave placed in
service a solid vestibnled train, between
Portland and Chicago, tbe famous
Wayner tourist cars, free reclining
chair cars, and dining car "par excel
lent." With tbe accommodations fur
nished, rates now offered, tocetberwitb
tbe short time consumed iu maklnc
'be trip, it is within the reach of all.
for runner information, apply to any
ticket agent, or write
A. Q. Barker, Gen'l Agt.
272 Washington street.
CONTRACTORS & PLASTERERS.
Leave ord era at Oottl&.parkkunt block Joom
IS, Balem, Oregon.
SALEM GAS LIGHT CO.
Reduction in Price of' Gas.
From and after O.:tobr 1st, 1E93, the
price of gas will be as follows;
Less than 600 cubio feet per month
(3.50 per 1000 cublu feet.
OverfiOO cubio feet per month $3.00
per 1000 cubio feet.
Special rated for large consumption
jlven ou application to
L. B. McCLANE,
Is often ruined by manufacturers, who
relying upon that alone allow the char
acter of their goods to deteriorate. The
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Condensed Milk is always the same.
Rest assured that its standard of excel
lence is constantly maintained. Its
purity, cleanliness, richness and perfec
tion of process in manufacture has never
been equaled. It stands First. It has
for Thirty Years.
Your Grocer and Druggist sell It,
for the Eagle brand.
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Sixteeu courses of Instruction, from
Grammar, through Academic and Col
lege, to rbeolopy, Law and Medicine.
tiplendid Courses for Training In
Teaching, Business, Art, Elocution
and Music Several Post Graduate
Conrses. Stronger and better than ever.
It's Woman's College tffirds an Ideal
home for young ladles wilh unsurpassed
facilities for their care and training.
The school year opens Sept. 4, 1693.
For Year Book and all iuformatioB
relatlncr to school management ana
course of study, address,
Acting Pre., W. a HAWXEY, LL.B .
For financial Information, address,
Bev. J. H. B00RK, Agent,
8-22-d&w Balem, Oregon.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Improved Kd Estate, tn "moanU n
time to aalt. Uo delay In conaldertng WW"-
FEAR & FORD,
Boom IX Bun Bank block. SI1
ST. PAUL'S ACADEMY,
St. Paul. Marion County. Oregon.
Cbuduood by tbe siitera or tbe Holy Nmj'
Jesua and Mary. Tbe location J'd"iuJ;
can oe owweo lor neauuiui """ " tn
Kt. Iaul can be eaally reached by bojU 1 on w
Willamette, Tb buudms l newand upP
with aU the mod-nv improvement.
couiMofatudy 1 complete.
Stenography and Typewriting Taught
Tf nut modcTftts.
Kor fanner partleaan apply to clf f?$
P0ST0FFICE Bl.0:K, - - SALEM.OR.
Admitted to practle In all tbe court.
Special attention riven to German ;
nr people and boalncca at tn oDOw,,ir
UateoateM. js. UOKKH, floury ihUfc
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