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THE OXK CFAT 1MILV.
Through all these hard times the clr
cttlmloD of Thb OrtB Cent Daily has
kept dp and ajruwa. People are sur
prised that vfe are ab'e in famish a
compfcfa associated pr-w dally for 25
eta. a month. They ore all pleaed
with the papery regardless of party af
flllatldns. The publishers are Republi
cans and have their views about sub
jects when calletflipfln to ekpfesa tb-m.
But they ar first of ail In favor of good
government ami belong to the great
disinterested m i- of tho people win
seek no OHIO'S, get no salaries, draw n
fes, and are only contributors to tb
tax collector. From thla standpoint
readers of the O.sb Ckvt Daily car.
always net assured thai they will b,
dealt with. They will be given editor
ials from the independent peopleV
standpoint, not from that of any of the
All disinterested citizens who desirt
good government In Oregon are a
runch Interested In circulating the Oxk
Cent Daily as we are. The bargain
Is theirs. The service is ours. The re
sult Is for all. Circulate it. Show it t
your neighbor; It will Bpread. Tbej
will take It; nil that is needed is for
them to see It. It Is Its own best ad
vertisement. Tins One Cent Daily.
THE SENATE MUSr ACT.
The silver debate has dragged to a
point where tbe senate of the United
States must act. The house has acted.
All tbe harm has been done that can
be done to the country.
The senate must now act in continu
ous session or forfeit its right to' be
called a deliberative body that can
reach a conclusion.
There has been too much disturbance
of business by congress already. After
the house passed tbe repeal of the silver
purchase act the business Interests1 of
... . . . ... I
the country revived. As soon as it be
came evident that the senate was 'tri
fling with the subject to kill time mat
ters became worse again. There should
be action one way or another unlesB
tbe country la to be thrown into -another
THE SIMON lmiliKKY CASK-
In the State vs. Simon, a report of
which appears elsewhere, the evidence
seems to have been all on tbe side of
the state and tbe argument all
against it, Mr. Simon probably made
no more effort to get a stato contract
than many others have made, only be
Was not successful.
It Is more than likely that Superin
tendent Downing and other state bill
cials have been approached by other
business a.en along tbe same Hue. But
it makes a world of dltlereuee how It is
done and whether the man Is a friend
or a foe.
It Is not likely that Mr, Downing
went before tho grand Jury and In
formed on Simon of his own account.
As a rule he is not so vindictive as that.
If the truth were known he was prob
ably called there and bad to tell what
ho did. The supplies for the pen should
be advertised for and open bids received
sa for the asylum.
TIIK SiiM.h CHIMES.
The time of tho grund Jury Is mobtly
occupied with small criminals. Mot
of them are poor men, unable toem
ploy counsel or bring thoso Influences
to bear which keep offenders out of the
clutches of the law. If our trailer
nuuiu aiiuw II we WOIIIU I1KO to Oom-
montona case which happened this
year where a man had been guilty of a
grave oflenso against public morula,
bd robbed the widow and betrayed
tho confidence of u family, nnd where
the lawyers, courts, police, two alleged
newspapers and all wdo are ordlnurlly
OAlMd upon to protoct society aud bring
th d offender to Justice, deliberately pro-
teotcd the guilty party and curled on In
punuuuuumgniunv porsous wtio weru uo,
tuuooeuioi uu wrongdoing. Contrast
that with the criminal business of the
present term of oourt, where petty of.
fences are dragged through enormous
ly expensive trials.
There la too muoli truth In the oft re-
rutatri futvintr Mmr. tlm Ll.r nrliliui.
Moape Juatloe. What is being done ' llKh'ea.u,ul 8tPa' heated, with tho fin
with Jim Lotanwhols charged with ' I'"U Car Service In
pwHiing wverai nuuureu tuousuud; I tho Electrlo reading light In each
wltU Henry Vlllurd who has stolen Ills l'rtl1 ,9 te successful novelty of this
million out of tho North PacHle: with l.erefslveage.undlshlglilyappri'clat.
J L.Oowauwhrbstrac,ed unklnU &! & 'ttnernS
mhks of deposits In hi bank man ago- theChloago Milwaukee 4 St. Paul Rtll
WMI. We are living In a money oor- r "
rtipted age. Our law aud J
amniiig nvf vy mr lue Ulg Uearest OOUOO
JK9Y8. At fiharpe'a dairy are
aHft a Ane a herd of Jersey cows as
jtm whmi 10 boe. a nans wny iuey soil
mutt Mceeltetit milk and cream.
THE GEARY LAW.
The efforts of" the present administra
tion in break down the Geary law are
undoubtedly dictated by a large and
respectable element of people In the
Eastern stAtes, who regard the whole
Cblneee question as a local matter.
The question should be made nation
al, and ail elements of foreign Immigra
tion4 Included who-will not come up to
certain stanaards of American family
life. Our country Iibs no u?e for aliens
who do not intend to become citizens
and establish homes.
The American home, owned by an
American citizen and taxpayer must
be tbe mint of the state and the sooner
this fact Is recognized the better It will
be for onr government. Mr. Geary
does well to stand for tbe expulsion of
all that id alieu tfl American homes.
John Quickly Extemporized Five Tow
TfifS Is a meaningless sentence, butil
contains nil the letters of our alqhabet
Five of these letters spell "woman,"
and large numbers of women believe In
the virtues of Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription a strictly vegetable com
pound, for her use only, and an unfail
int' cure for tbe many ills that beset
her. It recuperates wasted strength,
restores the functions to a normal cond
itlon, and flt her to bear and rear
healthy oflnnriiii': promotes digestion
purifies tbe blood, and give activity to
'he bowels and kidneys. In a worn, It
..woman's cure and safeguard. Guar
anteed to give satisfaction, or its price
STATE NEWS NOTES AND COM
MENTS. The Eugene
cleaned off tbe
Guard wauts the mud
principal streets of the
In one respect Oregon can not lag be
hind If it wishes to her supreme court
I decisions have got to be up with the
progress of judicial science.
Hops still readily bring 18 cts, that is,
a number one article.
Alderman Wheeler of Eugene has re
signed. The San Francisco midwinter fair
managers will give usVxn Oregon day.
A goodly share of Oregon will be there.
Itev.J. R. N. Bell Is likely to be
called to occupy the Presbyterian pul
pit at Baker City.
Joel Warfleld, a Baker county plo-
j, . ... ' ,
r died at the age of 73 years.
OfltfinAa nff nlontu In lhaQul
Quinces are plenty in tbe Salem mar
The Red Jacket mine at Cornucopia,
Baker county, has Just made auother
Times got bo hard under the Cleve
land administration that Asiatic chole
ra stood no show in tills country.
The Oregon trespass law has n great
run in the press. But, that Is the only
place it is popular.
An Englishman was heard to remark
yesterday that tho Willamette is
"pretty bloody high."
S.tlPin people will go without tbelr
home made pickles this year. The
only large cucumber patch Is on
Brown's island and Is under water.
RosebuTg Rev.ew: Miss Eugenia
Shelby, of Portland, will press the elec
tric button that will set the battleship
Oregon afloat at San Francisco in a few
weeks. The young ludy in a daughter
of Eugene Shelby, a grand-daughter of
Gen. Josepli Lane, and is 16 years or
Dr.ilo normal school has 103 students
Surveyor General Byars Is notified
that $11,000 Is appropriated to survey
lauds in Oregon this year osagalust
fcXl.OOO lust year.
The Albany Herald appears In
An exchange says even bankers are
working shorter hours than formerly.
Banks can do nil their business In Ave
hours where It formerly required seven.
Albany's city debt September
30 was $03.0-13 01. Linn countv h-.a
watraiita out for Ol70 70.
Mayor Mason, of Portland, Is said to
be an aspirant for the governorship.
Bad weather nearly ruined tho east
ern Oregon fair at The Dalles.
Tho Dalles Times-Mountaineer says
Oregon development will be much re
tarded because this state was not prop-
or,y represented at the world's fair.
The Oregon bar association will meet
tho U. S. court mom, Portland, Oct.
at 10a. Ill,
Going to the Wo; Id's
The Limited Express trulua of tho Chi
cago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway
between St. Paul and Chicago and
viunim null luiragO.
Th eiio trains are v
.1S ine 0,,y l,e wt enjoy
usticamaoh , por ,uforuialon a , ,Q
for the big. uearvst coupon ticket ugent, or address
(J. J. Eunv, General Agent.
J. W CASKV.Trav.l'aas. Agt,
2J5 8trk 8t Portland, Or. tf
New buckwheat Justlu at Clark Js
PERSONAL AND SO DIAL.
Local Correspondence from
In the Valley.
Messrs. Wealing and Cluussln arc
hauling lumber for J. It. Jordan
Gus. Gerrotd bus accepted a position
to clerk on J. It. Minkle's farm this
winter and c mlog summer.
Tbe city schools are progressing nice
ly under the present administration
with a very large attendance.
G. W. Whitney has gone to Heppnei
as a delegate to attend tbe K. P. con
vention from Arlon lodge 67.
John Dimick lias some extra fino po
tatoes, oftbe Burbauk variety, on ex
hibition at tbe P. O.
Tbe neatest thing yet in the shape of
a tack hammer was made by J. Zeek,
for Dr. Weaver.
J. L. Calyert bas made quite a change
In tbe Interior of the post office. '
Tbe sale of Frank Gault was well at
tended and things brought fair prices.
Say George, where did you get that
Willis Devoren has been assisting A
W. Laurence in (he wood business.
B. F. Cooley, of Woodburn, was
down on business last Monday.
J. C. Miltpn bas purchased the build
lug now occupied by him as a saloon,
from Mr. Frederick.
G. W. Spight bas leased twenty acres
of land from Peter Lower, aud will put
it out to hopB. Term ot lease to run
Mr. Johnson bas leased Cal. Reason
er's hop yard for a term of three years.
Herbert Button, of Salem, was doing
our town one day last week.
C. Alnswortb shipped some dressed
pork to Portland, last Monday.
Are You Nervous,
Are you all tired feeling or sick head
ache? You can be relieved of all thest
symptoms by tnkljg Hood's Sarsapu
rllla, which gives nerve, mental and
bodily strength and thoroughly purifier
the blood. It also creates a good appe
tite, cures indigestion, heartburn aud
Hood's Pills are easy to take, easy It,
action and sure in rilect. 25 cento a box
Making Money With Uuse.
"An old farmer came into my of
fico not long ago and sat down.'
said an Alabama banker. "I vrap
putting my Bi;namro to some Want
bills received in sheetsthe usual
form, you know, from the treasury
department. Tho old fanner watch
ed me for a few moments and asked
" 'What is that?'
"I handed him ono of the sheets.
He looked at tho blank hills and said:
" 'This is money?'
"'Yes,' I said.
" 'Is that tho way you mako it?' he
" 'Yes,' said I.
"'My godleruity ' he said and
walked out without another word.'
St Louis Globe-Democrat.
'Til never forget Bill Timmins,"
Eaid tlio man who used to live m the
far northwest. "Bill was as game a
man as ever lived nnd too generous
to tako advantage."
"Isn't he living now?" asked the
listener, who had been a good deal
Impressed by tho sadness of tho nar
"No. I was on tho coroner's jury
that looked after Bill,"
"Whater what v. aa tho verdict t"
"Died of carelessness!"
"Carelessness I How?"
".Got into a fight without a gun on
la tho Oriental salutation,
knowing that good health
cannot exist without a
healthy Liver. When tho
Liver is torpid the Bow
ols are sluggish and con
stipated, tho food lies
in tho stomach undi-
Sested, poisoning tho
lood; freouent headacho
ensucsj a leoling of lassi
tudo, despondency and
nervousness indicato how
tho whole system 13 do
ranged. Simmons Liver
Regulator has been the
means of restoring mpro
Eeoplo to health and
nppiness by giving them
a healthy Livor than any
agency Known on earth.
It acts with extraor
dinary power and efficacy.
NEVER BtCN DISAPPOINTED,
C i.V.n4,Uml!' edr for dyspepsls,
Torpid liter. ConsllDstlon. etc I Ii.mW1....
00 tnyihinr elie. and hsrt nerer bn dl.
tho effect produced; It Mms to
b almost a perfect euro for all diseases of th.
ten euro lor ail uncases or Ui
W. J, AlcKinor. iUcon, Us.
J. H. HAAS,
2l5HCr.KlalSt. SiUn, Orsros,
(Kert door to Ktc!n.)
HpliJty ot BpeetaclM, and renalrlut O-vjJu.
Watebs aud Jewelry.
JAEXES R. WJUTE,
JUaartr of WaitV Celebrate Oraoly Co,
rrealna Band and OrcbMtia.
Dr. MIU SttdUal Co., Elkhart, Ind.
You will remember the condition I was li flro
years ao, when I ra afflicted with a combina
tion of dieae, and though; there was n? help
ro me I tried all kinds of medlclnes,ananrcs
of eminent pbjilclane. Jly nerve were pros;ricd,
producing dlzrlnc4, heart trouble and all tntsilU
mat make life miserable. I commenced to tako
DR. MILES' NERVINE
and la three months was ptnrteTiv cunro.
In nr trarelaeach year, when I are the tnoasandi
of physical wrecks, suffering from nervosa pros
a . n . tratlon, taking prescriptions from
H iA local physicians who baTO no knovrl
i a nw jje 0f their cafe, and whose death
U certain, I feel like roing to them and saying,
get Dn Miles' Nervine and oc cured." In
myiirofesslon, , .-, 1- wnero tbcro
are so many sn Sll I H ft" IJ Herers from
OTerwork.men1' ,""" tal prostra
tion and nerrous exhaustion, bronzbt on by the
character of the bininesa engaged In, I would
as a sure euro for all roflerlng from these causae.
Jakes R. Watts.
SOLD ON A POSITIVE GUARANTEE.
TRY DR. MILES' PILLS. 50 DOSES 25 CTS.
Jold by D. J. Fry, druegist. Salem
Tbe Southern Pacific has placed tbe
price of round trip tickets, good for 10
dayB to the Portland exposition at $3.35.
including one admission to tbe exposl
tion. Tickets on sale Mondays, Wed
nesdays and Fridays only. tf
Will pcssltlvely cnr ilck headache and pre
sent its return CarWg hlltle lilver Fills
rtils U nut lik. b ot troth One pill nt a dose
See advertisement, a in ail p U tjmnll dose.
Pa!n from Indigestion, dyspepsia and too
hearty eating, U relieved at ouco by taking
on of Carter's Little Liver Pills immedlaielj
.iter dinner, lxra't forget this.
If you ire tired oflnklnscthe large old fash
oued prlplug pills, try Carter's Little Llvtx
-ins ana rase some comiori a man can t
stand everything: One pill a dote. Try them.
Prices Current by Telegraph Local
and Portland Quotations.
Salem, October 12, 4 p. m. Ofllc
Daily Capital Journal. Quota
lions for day aud up to hour of goiug to
jjress were as follews:
8ALK1I PItODUOE SIAHKET.
Apples 25c to 35o. a bushel.
Peaches Oou to 75 a box.
Veals dressed 4J cts.
Hogs dressed 6"to 7.
Live cattle 1 to 2.
Sheep alive fcl.50 to $2.00.
Spriug lambs $1.50 to $2.00.J
Salem Milling Co. quetes: Flnui
n wholes tie lots $3.00. Retail $3.4(1
trim $15 bulk, $1G sacked, tihorta $17
18. Chop feed.$17 aud $18.
Old wheat on storage 44 cents. New
wheat 46 cents.
HAY AND GRAIN.
Oats old, 3S to 40c. new 25 to 30c
Hay Baled, new $S to $12: old $10 t.
514. Wild In bulk, $6 to $8.
Barley Brewing, at Bulem, No. 1
to to $1.00 per cwt. No. 2, 70 to 85 ctf.
Wool Best, 10c.
Hops Small sale, 17J to 18c
Eirgs Cash, 20 cents.
Uutter-Best dairy, 25; fanci
Cheee 12 to 16 cts.
Farm smoKed meats Bacon 12';
oanis, 13; shoulders, 10.
Potatoes 25c to 40o.
Onions IV to IJ cents.
Breswax-34c. Carawav seed, 18e.
Anise seed, 20e. Ginseng, $1.40.
HIDES AND PELTS.
Green, 2 cts; drv, 4 cts; sheep'pelts,
25 cts to 4lc. No quotations ou furs.
Chickens 8 cts; broilers 8; ducks,
8.1; turkeys, Blow sale, choice, 10c;
drain, Feed, etc
Flour-Standard. $3.25; Walla Walla,
53.25; graham, $2.75; suijerflue, $2.60
Oats Old white.33o nerbu .crev.35c:
rolled, In bans, $6.250 50; barrels,
$0 757.00; caW-s, $3 75.
liay iiot, $1012 per ton.
Wool valley, price nominal.
MillstuHb Bran. $17.00; shorts, $20:
K'rouud barley, $2223; chop feed, $18
per tou; whole feed, barley, 80085 pet
cental; middling, $2328 per tou; brew
lug barley, 0095o por cental: chicken
wheat. $1 10T.25 per cental.
Hops-Old, 10 to ICc, new 16 to 17.
Butter Orveoti f.inov creamer v. 271 fS
30.; fancy dairy, 22I25o; fair to good.
I720o; oominmi, 15 to l(ta per lb; Call
foruia, 303i jwr roll.
Cneeiw Oregou, 12; Eastern
twins, Id'; Young AnierlcHii, 15o pei
ler pound; California flats, 14c
hug ureeon, 221o per dozen.
iirge, $1503 0.; dunks, old, $4.00(3(
5 00; young, $2 504.0O; geese, $8.00
turkeys, live, 14e.
BAN FRANCISCO MARKET.
Woel: Oregon Eastern choloe, 10
13e; do Infilor, 89o; do valley, 12
Potato K-rly Rose, 3040. Bur
Oats MDUuk'. tl.80Al.85.
CallfornlfcNiiraes Ending In O.
Attention bas not been called, wo bo
llere, to ono peculiarity that iS the
number of geographical names in Cali
fornia which end with o. In this respect
this state must bo awarded tho champion
ship medal, as a brief inspection of any
list of names of places will show. First,
lamongtho 59 counties of California there
are no le8 than 14 which end with the
round lotter. They nro El Dorado, Fres
no. Inyo, Mendocino, Meno, Sacramento,
San Benito, S.m Bernardino, San Diego,
Ban Francisco, San Luis Obispo, San
Mateo, Solano and Yolo. It is to be ob
served that only a jwrtion of these are
named from rart3cnlino saints in the
Spanish calendar, Fresno, Inyo, Meno,
Solano and others being presumably In
dian names, though tho termination may
have been put on by the early Spanish
settlers. When we como to towns in
California whoso names end in o, their
namo is legion. There are, among others,
Acampo, Alamo, Bernardo, Blanco, Can
to, Capistrnno, Decoto, Echo, El Casco,
Frnto, Igo, Jacinto, Largo, Llario, Milo,
Moreno, Navarro, Nicasio, Ono, Paler
mo, Philo, Rialto. Snnsalito. Tropico,
Venado and Volcano.
In the compilation of this imperfect
catalogue the towns and cities named for
saints haro been omitted, as tho list
wonld bo entirely too long, running from
San Antonio through most of the letters
of tho alphabet to San Ysidro. Thero is
said to bo a reason for all things, and it
is not unlikely that tho names given by
tho early and pious Spanish settlers to
their settlements may have sounded
pleasant to the gringos who came after
them and have inflnenced them, perhaps
unconsciously, to confer upon their own
mining camps and villages and towns
names ending with tho letter o. San
A Tnurh of Telloir Feellnc.
"We do indeed have some queer ex
periences," said tho trained nurse, tak
ing off her white cap and giving its
dainty bow a few deft, reconstructing
touches, "and many interestmg and di
verting episodes also. Not long ago 1
was sent for to attend a minister's wife
and must confess that I responded to
the call with some trepidation and ap
prehension. It was my first experience
in a minister's family, and I was afraid
that my patient might ask me to pray
with her or read the Bible to her, which
most excellent offices would be wholly
out of my lino and wonld cause me
"When I reached my post of duty, I
found the minister's wife suffering a
great deal, and my first office was to
make and apply a mustard plaster. 1
concocted it with a generous and con
scientious hand, and it must have been
pretty warm, for several seconds after 1
had deferentially applied the mustard
plaster on the person of tho minister's
wife she groaned dismally. Leaning
over her to disoover whether her pain
had increased, I heard her murmur softly
" 'Oh, jiminyl It's too hotl I can't
"Perhaps yon can imagine how my
heart leaped toward the dear woman at
this touch of nature. We had a delight
ful time together when she got bettor.
She was a good woman, too, but like the
rest of us sho had her favorite ejacula
tions under compelling circumstances."
For Old and Young.
Tntt'8 Liver Pills act as Itladly on the
child, tbe delicate female or lnflraa
eld age, as npoa tho vigorous Bea.
tjlvotono to the wenk stomach, bow
els. kidneys unci bludder. To these
organs their strengthening qualities
are wonderful, emitting them to per
form their functions as In youth.
Office, 140 to 144 Washington St., N. T,
Hum (lie I'linm "To Sleep ML u Top
It comes from the Italian proverb, "II
dormo cumin en topo" 'To sleep like a
donnonse"-the Italian topo having been
corrupted into tho English word.
Uow Itlurk Cuote to He lined For Mourning.
Anne, queen of Charles VIII of France
on the death of her bnsband in 1498 sur
rounded her coat of arms with black and
clothed herself in the same color in op
position to the then prevalent habit,
which was for widows to mourn in white
attiro. There Is no explanation of the
now to Te.t Gold and Sllrer.
Dampen the metal to be tested and
gently rnb with lunar caustic If . pure
metal, the mark will ba faint: if inferior
it will be black.
now to Take Creates Out or Taper.
The cre.ues may bo removed from
papers intended for binding by sprin
kling them with water, throwing it on
with a whisk broom, then putting tho
papers under heavy weights until dry
A crease in a picture may be dampened,
then covered with a cloth and ironed.
now to Drive NalU lu Hard Wood.
Touch tho end in lard or fallow first.
vieoe t MEN
and. all th iraln or eriu
irvmtr!jrtrrur or later
xeeue, ue rt-.ulu of
dwlof.ifcest aad tone
Clra tw every organ and
portion of tLe body,
Su rrfereoera. Boot,
explanation and urooia
aUed (waled) trei.
ERIE MEDICAL CO,
fc . m
Completed and ready to wait on customers. Horses boarded hv ! . ..!
at reasonable prices. We keep a
meet all rlcmnnrla Alorw bun I ha
Barn and residence 2 block south
THE PEOPLE'S DAILY
Only One Cent Daily Newspaper
on the Pacific Coast,
CHEAPEST NEWSPAPER II fill
Receiving all the
. . Dispatches,
DIM BY MAIL PER
1 iiese low hard times rates enable every fa j rat r to have
his daily paper and know the slate of the market and all the
news ot the world.
Editorial comment is fearless and independent. Edited
by its publishers to secure good government for the people,
able to deal justly and fairly with all.
Complete Telegraphic, State, Capital, For
eign, Market and Crop- News.
Willamette Uulverelty, Balem, Or ,
School of music for piauo, organ, violin,
singing, orcheatraMnHtruments, harmo
ny, -ounterpolnt, fugue, orchestration
jtnd higher musicaP composition, too
letter grade of work done west oftbe
Rocky mountains. Prices low. Seven
teachers. Next term begins Sept. 4tb.
Send for annual year book or address,
Z. M. Parvln, Mus. Doctor, musical
director. 8 9 2md&w
If you anticipate visiting the world's
fair, or your friends In tbe East, take
uuvantace or tne present opportunity,
as tbe fares are now so low they cot n6
figure In tbe expense. Tbe Chicago A
Northwestern Railway have placed In
service a solid Vcsilbnled train, between
Portland and Chicago, the famous
Wayner tourist cars. fr rMitr.in
chair car, and dining car "par excel
lent." With the accommodations fur.
nisbed.rates now offered, together with
the short time consumed In making
iheTrlp. It is within the reach of all.
For further Information, apply to anv
ticket agent, or write ,H' y
A. G. Barker, Geu'l Agt.
272 WHsbingtnn street.
CONTRACTORS & PLASTERERS.
SALEM GAS LIGHT CO.
Redaction in Jf ice of Gas. -
From and after October 1st. 1693. the
price or gas will be as follows;
Leea than 600 cubic feet per month
f3 50 pec 1000 cubic feet.
Over 500 cublo feet per month J3.W)
per 1000 cublo feet.
Speolal ratea for large consumption
given ou application to
' Ih B, McCLANE,
- - --- -..fc
That is Lie lundamental principle of n
business and on it we stake our reDuhti
when making the m
GAIL BORDEN EAGLE
Condensed Milk. In times of epidemic
when all foods are called into question th!
public can rely with perfect confidence Z
the Eagle brand and serve it with
the assurance that it is a food Free From
Ail Disease Germs. Remember tbti
It's the food for children. U
Your Grocer and Druggist sell it.
Every can Is sterilized and every microbe lily.
full line of Truck-, Draxs and EirWU
flncaf C)olllnnn l .' . . E.prete
of postrifflce. RYAN 4 CO?'
Oldest, Highest and MostExfendri
Institution of Learning In the Pacific
Sixteen conrees of Instruction, from
Grammar, through Academic ud Col
lege, to Theology, Law and Medicine.
Splendid I kiurses for Training In
Teaching, Business, Art, Elocution
and Music. Several Poet Graduate
Courses. Stronger and better tlian ever.
It's Woman's College affords an Ideal
home for young ladles wltbuusurpasetd
facilltief for their care aud training.
The school year opens Sept. 4,1693.
For Year Book' and all Inforroatloa
relating to school management and
course of study, address,
Acting Beta , W. C HA WLEY, LU B
For fluanolal information, address,
Sev. J. H. ROORK, Agent,
8-22-d&w Salem, Oregon.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Improved Real Etat. In amountt n
Umu to kuIu Ho delay in coulderU8 was
FEAR & FORD,
Boom IX BubJ Bank block.
ST. PAUL'S ACADEMY,
St. Paul, Marion County, Oregon.
Ouadnded hv iho Utm nfthe HnlT Nam0
JtuandM8ry. The local lo.. aflorflaUtn
Ciu txi drciml tor bealtbml ouldour exjfj
hi. IVtulcan baraally rtcb(d by bouonio
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wnh all the mod rn Improvement. "
cou seofatudy Uooraplete.
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