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Capital Journal Publishing Company
lwlr Hoc H'osk. CommerolM Street.
H )FER BROTHERS, - - - Editors.
lnlly, by ca-r)er, per month,
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Weekly, H paee. per year,.
ByMW.sitX.'itfader.j ' -
Wftke ap! Wlt at! VoiiUtlepnea,
Ob, hearyou not thstlrrlng sounds.
In kitchen, sued anil lull ?
The busy feeCthe VolceTISoot; ";.
The open Ores were efiU f?Z
Th) crackling wool burns'weur.,
Bat what Ugoluiju bslow,
I've promisid not to toll.
"I knowl 1 kuw! 'cries little Ben,
"If something .iwf it' u:c;
Wiy ulebg your heart, mince plean-l tart,
WUU sugar In, atd spied"
Hut. Ilonny ttea, Just hurry up;
And dress quite In you? bel;
Then M iy and Bessie do the same,
A id como down when you're dressed.
Dear grand t a, In her b?st black silk
And cap of la -a l.iok's' gay;
While grandpa walk around and talks
About That k glvlug Day.
Just one o'clooicl Thguet have come;
The teeming board Is spread
W th dainty viands of the best,
W th grandma at the beidj
While aunts an i uncles, drawing nigh,
Fill up eica vacant cha r,
With coiula bin ill a idcjuslns tall
And cousins dark and lair.
Wbatchatterlug tongues, what nparkllng
Above the loyal cheer!
This la no time (or aught 'ml 1 vo;
No time forslgh or tar;
The household king of birds" lies prone
(No eagle flerce and gray)
A noble turkey, big and brown,
Fit lor Thanksgiving Day.
A steaming pudding crowns the least,
Wellstufldd with luscious plums,
Ho large they would have quite defied
JaofcUorner'B buy tbumn;
What conojrd swot, what cheerful talk
Filled up the pleasant hour
A golden chord bound heart to heart
In that sweet bomo-llke bower.
Just after tea the apples red,
And welcome nuti appear;
Ob, how the Utile children laugh,
And olap their hauds and cheer! " '
Then merry games and romping sports
In turn have right ot -way
And thus. In ivipplness and Joy,
TUB SPlUir'oK TilANKSUiviNG.
Governor Bhortrldgo, of Nortb Da
kota Issued a model Tliankiigivlug
proclamation. Here it is:
la observance of the time honored
custom) and In conformity with tbe
proclamation of tbe president of tbe
United States, I do hereby designate
and sot apart Thuraddy, tbe 30ib day
of November, as a day of ThaukBslv
inj, and do most earnestly request,
that on that day our people lay aside
all secular occupations, aud assemble
In their, usu.il places of worship, and
with grateful hoarts, thank Him, "The
Author of every good and porfeot gift,"
for the many iblesslngs bestowed upon
us as' a people, during the past year,
humbly1 lraDlorluK a coutluuanco of
rtlvlno favors in years to como. At our
homes aud flrsldes, lot us remember the
absent ' loved oues, the widow, the
orphan, the poor and necdy,tho unfort
unates of our state Institutions "in
bonds and ailllotions." that of our
abundaioa all may have occasion to re
joice, that the spirit of Christianity,
love, charity and benevolence may con
tlnue to abide with the people of our
TUB GREAT CHANGE.
Wisconsin has until within a few
years been a great manufacturing state.
It was also Republican, But last year
It went Demnoratlo and elected Cleve
land president and Peck governor.
Ten month agoithe great Iron mines
in the famous Qpgoblo range were em-
ploying 5000 molt at wages that made
monoy plenty. Now thesa are all
olosed, thetnon Idle and at least 10,000
people in" "Hurley, Bessemer, Ashland,
Dogwood and Other towns must depend
upon charity alone fur food, clothes and
Are turouglvtho wlutor that is already
This 1b not oxaotly tho kind of change
tho people expected when they voted
for a ohstige a little more than a year
jo, but It Is the kind of change that
has como. It Is tho kind that Is likely
to remalni unfortunately, uutll another
eoagrew, aud, perhaps, another presi
dent oau ba elected, says the Tacoma
The Democratic governor U tmy ool
ietlug food and clothes by the carload
tw( eeudlng It to the destitute mluers.
It 1 the climax of political revcuge
that lb men win brought about the
tMRge attould care for tht sUrvIn.
Tfce Democratic tit. Liuls Ropubllo
xprMMi tbd dllenim of Its pirty on
the Hawaiian questien: Hawaii's au-
MKfttlouUU are Vbunlau ou our hands
Md IjIHwokalanl la ho credit- to her
trUmda. Suppose we .look around for a
Mttteater and sell oufcliaqcei to the Is
,wi (or what they win uriug.
yrjU oyg-te, Davbou'a matket. 2t
WAIT1X0 FOR TUB VERDICT.
Tho'tlmo that has elapsed) Blnca, the,
puwsngo of the repeal bilihaa becn.Btif-.
llclent to show that the business dei
prcssion was not, to say the least, en
tlrely 5JU0 to the silver purchases under
the Sherman law. It Is not to be
doubted that repeal wub a good thlnjr,
and that It has bad a beneficial general
effect; but the fact remains that It has
not fully restored public confidence
and brought back tbe former degree of
prosperity. Trade Is still dull,. Indus
tries ure still drooping, uncertainty still
prevails in all directions. This means,
plainly enough, that the people are ap
prehensive with regard to something
that did not figure in tbe repeal contro
versy and that was not settled bye the
result of .that memorablo"lPgislatlv
battle. It is not difficult to see what
that something Is, and bowlt-operatta
against tho revival of gocd time. Any
intelligent' person cam. readily under
stand that the menace of tariff reduc
tion is tho controlling cause of the
trouble. Tbe policy of protection en
ters so largely into our commerclal;and
Industrial affairs that any threat of dis
turbance by legislation against It is, rer.
garded with alarm, and business move
ments are regulated accordingly. It is
not reasonable to suppose that men will
40 on buying and selling with their
usual energy and confidence, under
suob circumstances; aud that is what Is
the matter at tbe present times
The people are anxiously waiting for
CMngress to meet to know what It will
do with-the tariff question.
Oswego Ironwerker: This fool ad
ministration Is now going to moukey
with Hawaii by placing the big, fat,
greasy negro queen on the throne.
Every turn It makes Increases tbe pros
pective minority for MoKlnley and
Reed in 1806. Wo mean Tom Reed
and not that fraud Wfrlreiaw.' .
A paragraph from the South Bend.
Journal Is in regard to smoking salmon
for shipment East. Without doubt
there Is money In this business' Nearly
everywhere smoked salmon la regarded
as a delicacy. Try a little for breakfast
and see if you evor saw a better appeti
zer. The Atlauta Constitution, Dem.r
eulogizes tbo proposed income tax as
the height of legislative wisdom. The
Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Rep., .de
nounces an income tax as tbe most in
iquitous of all taxes. '
Salem people should be' thankful on
Thanksgiving day their city is not
Greyling at Davison's market. 2f,
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
Local Correspondence from
in the Valley.
uext Monday Decem-
ber4th. , ,
Prof. Barzee went to the Capitol city
The Jefferson Instltuto will observe
tbo president's Thanksgiving day Nov.
Leous Minstrel whow failed to appear
ladt Friday night.
Messrs. Curl and Parrlsh have opened
a flrBt class meat shop In their new
building near the postoffice,
Mr. James Anderson and daughter
Mrs. Tliurmau were visitors at the In
The social dance given at Smith and
Jones Hall was well attended and an
eujoyublo tlmo was reported.
Tho Suutlam Literary Society on
Friday last discussed tbe question "Re
solved that iron is more beneficial than
wood," aud was decided In favor of the
Mr. Herren Is painting bis new store
Most of the farmers in this vlolnlty
aro about through harvesting thalr po
tato crops which bavo been very large
Messrs Parker and Pane from Port
laud, have been In our olty for some
tlmo buying up potatoes.
Our school now numbers 135 which
la quite au luoreuse over lost year.
Ziph Job and family of Corvalll, are
the guests of Mr, and Mrs. D, H. Loon
ey this week.
The was n false Are alarm given at
the Instltuto lat Wednesday ant) lu
less than ono minute all the pupils and
books were out of tho building,
There will be no bquooI at the Insti
tute on Friday following Thanksgiving
Mr. J. II. Brown left for Portland
John Fruit was In tub vicinity visit
ing old frleiuh last week.
Call on r-'b tiler & Shaw when you
Wnf to sell your butohor stock and
Ge Hower la oUvtbe elck list.
Harrlsou Joucs Is ou the grippe list
H. A. Jones hai moved Into his new
DUntou Bros, contemplate planting
a bop yaid on their fathers place lu the
j J W. fcinatier r ana ueo.r aiussey at-
tenuea the lodge at uervais vveunes
day evening. Good night for ducks
Jos. Fruit is on the sick list lately.
Several new pupils Blurted to school
this week. ,., . .. ,.,
Shaffer and Shaw put Jn a new pump
for Jan. L ouey Tuesday.
"Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Jones weut
dowp to,F irtlapd Monday., , v
E.i IC Shaw (Collided with a rapidly
moving cow. Id tho slaughter yard
Tuesday. The result was a very sore
side for E.K.
Several of tho Brooksltes visited tho
capital city Saturday. , ,
Shaffer and Shaw supplied Portland
with1 2 orates of fine' turkeys aud ono
of Geesa Tuesday,
' Misa Royal left on the 2 o'clock train
Monday to 0,1 an appointment at Ta
coma and will bo absent two wesks.
Htandln;,wlth reluctant feet.
.Where womanhood and childhood meet.
'Tin a supreme moment! 'Tls a crltl
cal period! No maiden should attempt
bossing this boundary-Hue without tbo
iald and assurance of. Dr. Pierce's Fav
orite iTesoripuon.iis neipiuiness in
tiding over tbe perils incident to young
womanhood, is universally acknowl
edged! No mother can put within the
bands of her daughter, anything that
wll prove more valuable In meeting ail
her requirements! Dr. Pierce's Fav
orite Prescription is made expressly for
all diseases peculiar to women, aud is
the only medicine of its kind, sold
through druggists, and guaranteed to
give satisfaction 'in every case, or
Dressed chickens cheap at Davison's
marset, 94 Court street. 2t
Grape Vines for Sale.
I have prorogated several thousand
good strong two-year old grape vines
for setting out, assorted vurities, suit
able for culture in Oregon. 25 cts each.
$2.00 per dozen. E. Hofer, Salem, Or.,
Journal office. a w
, Economize in Paper.
.Clean newspapers, tied in buudles of
100, not cut, for sale at this oflico at
fifteen cents a bundle. A heavy straw
Wrapping paper, large sheets, two cents
u-pouna. JNext aoor to tuo postomue.
ODDS AND ENDS.
, Russian farmers hold an average of 27
acres to each family.
On-an average there are 10,000 adver
tisements' a week in the 11 London morn
Sierra means a saw, and its applica
tion Jto- ,a .range of pointed mountain
peaks is vqry apt and poetical.
Aristotle defined law to be reason
without passion, and despotism or arbi
trary power to be passion without rea
son. Somo insurance companies will allow
tho uso of none but tho old fashioned
sulphur matches in the houses thoy in
Pasteboard in shoo soles, chicory in
coffee, aloes in tea, sticks of wood in
baled hay, make trado lively and keep
tho languago vigorous.
Tho greatest fortress is Gibraltar. It
is considered impregnable to military
attack, It was besieged by the Span
lard3 for three years without success.
In every land between Spitzbergen and
Patagonia thero is some species of tho
common blood sucking mosquito. In
British America and Alaska thoy nre
very large and troublesome.
Tho full bench of the Boston supreme
court has decided that n man is justified
hi preventing a Jog fight, and that if in
doing such a thing he gets bitton the
owner of tho dog must pay damages.
Tho English sovereign's sons and
grandsons,, when created peers, nro e:v
titled to seats in tho house of lords at
the leftof tho throne, but when, by the
death of their father, they become only
collaterally related to tho sovereign
they sit among tho dukes.
"People need not suffer from corns or
oher pedal troubles if they will change
their shoes threo times a day," asserts a
man who has tried tho experiment,
"Wheroone pair pinches anothor sets
easily, and frequent changes of footgear
keep the circulation in order and tho toes
She I-cuked Like It.
Considerable advantages attaoh to the
custom adopted by the girls of wearing
costumos practically undlstingulshable
from those of their male relatives. Ono
of thorn was mado apparent a day or two
ago to a young lady, who, arrayed in an
ulster coat reaching to hor heels, stand
up collar, eyeglass and knowing little
felt hat without any feathers or trim
ruing, onsconced herself in a ladies' wait
ing room at a railway station to await
tho next train, She was warming hor
tolf by tho fiio in tho most approved
stylo, when au old, somewhat short
sighted, but eminently respectablo lady
came up to her and said:
"I don't know if you aware of it, sir,
but this is a ladles' waiting room!"
VIGOR of ME
and all tbe train of arils
f rout early tiW or Utf r
xoraaea. tlta naulta ot
development aud tuna
tKutlnn. of lea bodr.
frnv, rxllurt UupomUiU.
.lUi xtUnac. Dock,
5, Fitllurv Uu
eipUoadon and pruoia
mailed (4ied) tree
ERIE MEDICAL CO.
purrAto, n. y.
Prices Current by Telegraph Local
and Portland Quotations.
Salkm, November 20, 4 p.m. Oflico
Daily Capital Jouknal. Quota
tions for day and up to hour of going to
press were as follews:
SALtiU PRODUCE MAIIK.ET.
Apples 30o to 60c. a bushel.
DUTCH KU STOCK.
Veals dressed 4 cts.
Hogs dressed 0 to 7.
'Live cattle H to 2.
Sheep alive $1.60 to $2.00.
Spring lambs $1.60 to $2.00.
Salem Milling Co. quetes: Flour
in wholesale lots $3.00. Itetail $3.40.
Bran $16 bulk, $10 Backed. Shorts $17
$18. Chop feedjtfjund $18.
- ,46 cents per bushel. ,
HAY AND GRAIN.
Oats old, 38 to 40c, new 25 to 80c.
Hay Baled, new $8 to $12; old $10 to
$14. Wild in bulk, $6 to $8.
Barley Brewing, at Salem, No. 1.
05 to $1.00 per cwt. No. 2, 70 to 85 cts,
Wool Best, 10c.
Hops Small sale, 17 to I8J0.
Eirgs Cash, 25 cents.
Butter Best dairy, 20; fancy
Cheese lfi to 16 cts.
Farm smosed meats Bacon 12;
hams, 13; shoulders, 10.
Potatoes 80o. to 40o.
Onions H to 1 cents.
Beeswax 34c. Caraway seed, 18c
Anise seed, 26o. Ginseng, $1.40.
Chickens 6 to 8 cts; ducks, 8c; tur
keys, Blow sale, choice, 10c; geese 6 to 7c.
Gruln, Feed, etc.
Flour Staudurd, $2.90; Walla Walla,
$3.15; graham, $2.50; superfine, $2.25
Oats New white,35c per bu ',grey,34i-;
rolled. In hairs. $0 25(eG.50: barrels.
$8 757.00; cases, $3 76.
tluy Best, 1U(21H per ton.
Wool valley, price nomiual.
Millstufi's Bran, $15.00; shorts, $15;
ground barley, $18; chop feed, $15
per ton; whole feed, barley, 70 cts. per
ceutal; middling, $2328 per ton; brew
ing barle., 0005o per ceutal: cblckeu
wbeut. 8 ) SJ0 per cental.
Hops Old, 10 to 6o., new 10 to 0.
Hides greeu, salted, 60 lbs. 3o, un
der 6U lbs., 23 ; sheep pelte, 1060c.
Butter Oregon fancy creamery, 30
82ii; fancy dairy, 2627c; fair to gooa,
2022o; common, 16 to 17c per lb.
t'neese Oregon, 1012; Young
AmerlcHO, 15c per pound; California
14c; Swiss imp., 3032; Dom., 1820.
Eggs Oregon, 30o per dozen.
Poultry .Nominal; chickens, mixed,
$2 003 60 per dozen; ducks,$3 50 4.60
geese, $9.00; turkeys, live, 12c;
Bref Top steers, 2Jo per pound; fair
to good steers, 2c; Nol cows, 2c; fair
covs, ljc; dressed beef, $3 605 00 per
Mutton Best sheep, $2; choice mut
ton, $1 752 00; lambs, $2 002 25.
Hogs Choice, heavy, $5 005 60;
medium, $4 6(l5 00; liuht and feeders,
$4 fi05 00; dressed, 16 50.
Veal $3 005 00-
BAN FRANCISCO MARKET.
Woel: Oregon Eastern choice, 10
12c; do inferior, 89c; do valley, 12
Hops 16 to 19o.
Potatoes Erly Rose, 2535. Bur
Ohib Milling, $1.151.20.
ChUdron or Mr. and Mm. M. M. SoUcr
Both Had Eczema
In Ito Worst Form
After Phyaictana Failed, Hood'8
Sarsapartlla Perfectly Cured.
Great mental agony is endured by
parents who see their children suffering
from diseases caused by impure blood,
and for which there seems no cure.
This is turned to joy when Hood's Sar
saparilla is resorted to, for it expels the
foul humors from the blood, and re
stores the diseased skin to fresh,
healthy brightness. Read this:
" To C. I. IIooil & Co., Lowell, Mass.:
"We think Hood's Sarsapartlla Is the most
valuable mcdl'lno on tho market lor blood
end skin dhenscs. Our two children suffered
terribly with the
Worst Form of Eczema
lor two years. Wo had three physicians,
butucllherui tliem succeeded In curing Uiem
or even In clvlns them n littlo relief. At
last wo tried Hood's bmaparllla and In a
month both children Aero perfectly cured.
as a suuulnra ftmilv m
medicine, and would
not bo v.Itl'.m t Slit, mid Mns. M. M.
boLLLit, 141:; Jud Avenue, AUoona, l'a.
HOOS'O Pl'-LG cnrcConitlpaUoubyrettor.
..-, ... .,,- KiMhenhrflentarrciiu.
Uoanesttneand Primary classes open
Holiday, Sept. 25tli,
Oor. Court and Ubcrty streets, opposite opra
For Utcbera aud mothers will begin October
Sd, at the kame place.
For particular applv to
Mrs. P. S. Kniqiit,
1 ejrw- "ivhx
In spite of her sumptuous surround
ings sorrow had entered her heart.
She had wept uutil her eyes wero rod,
and'sho was fain to breatho exclusively
through her mouth.
. "Papa," she' sobbed fitfully, "I don't
believe I'm going to get a titled foreigner
for a husband after all. I am told"
Sho had grown calmer," but Itwas'tKS
calmness of despair.
"that noblemen can get brides
with dowries twice as big as mino right
in their own country."
"My child," rejoined tho parent, "com
poso yourself. I wouldn't bo scared by
what is so palpably a bull report."
Sho was comforted in a measure.
An Apt Scholar.
Miss Scarborough (fair English worn-nn-Were
you born in America, Miss
Miss BrowWones (fair American1, per-'
sonally conducted) Oh, yes. I'vo been
in England only a fortnight today.
Miss Scarborough Arid yet you speak
our language like a native. How very
clever you Americans are! Retailer and
The Cheapest. Have tbe(lDAiLY
Journal .left at your .office , or resi
dence. Only 60 cts a mouth. By mall
25 cts" a month.
8IK SPASHS A DAY.
. mii-s ZTcdUal Co., rikhari, Xntt.
.ikntlevex: I never loso nn opportunlly to
jnr.neud Tr. WII1-4' l.'cstnratlve Nervine to any
, , -,. onoclHIclrdnlthiicrvoiiucoraplalnH
- '"'a ,,!'11 u as'iraiiec thnt it will not
"e'li upivilnf ihfia. When our biy ve'tr--,to.-n
mcniluolii I.o w us attacked with violent
:r.i. Souelnr'ji Iw rould huo live or hi
V.'ljlll&ElliglOt'l W TKIfD MJNYjPHYBI-
.is without Dijicm; Anally our drumljl
rativc Nor fit ImFO vine Wetrfec
U- tt'.o, and
" " " could bco tnm
.uia Rrk,nT,n rnnu THr ri
'il tl.rco bottles, sml I om hariD7to Bay the
dlil wus FNTIRELY CURED. We usedno
heultby. You are at liberty to uso my name In
-TOUNOIHO THC PRAISE. Of THIS WONDinrUl
lltUCDY. B. C. HEACOX,
Agent Paclrlo Ezprcu Co.
HasUngs, Kebrasta, AprU COi, 1892.
Dr. Miles Nervine,
MOST CERTAIN CUSE FOB
HEADAOHE, IfEDEALQIA, NEEV0UB PE0S-
TEATI0N, DIZZIHESS, BPABMB, BLEEPLE83-
HESS, DULLNESS, BLUES, and OPIUM HABIT,
GOLD ON A POSITIVE GUARANTEE.
TRY OR. MILES' PILLS, 50 DOSES 25 0TS.
Sold by D. J. Fry, druKRiat, Salem
Newport, - - Oregon.
Located on the Beach, two miles noith
of Newport on Cave Cove, a beautifully
sheltered spot, wonderful scenery; sea
batbinir, flue drives to Cape. Foul weath
er lighthouse. House new, rooms large
and airy. Finest resort for families or
invalids. Open all winter. Termo
moderate by day or week. Intending
visitors can drop a postal card to New
port and be met by back.
d-2 m Proprietor.
CONTRACTORS & PLASTERERS.
6, Balera, Oregon.
East and South
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacific Company,
CAUrOKNIA JUCJ'RESa TIIAIN 1UJN DAILY BK-
TWE'N POKTJ.AND AND8. F.
6:15 p. m. I iiV,
ftl p. m. I i.v.
10:15 a.m. I Ar.
Ar. j t.2 1 u. u
liV. I 6:.S0 a. m
l.v. I 7Km r. m
Above trains stop at all Htntlonn inn
lortlnnd to Albany lnelualvo;aUoatTaugeu
Hbedd, llalsey, Ilarrlsbun;, Junction liity
IrvlDe. Eueene ana all stations from ltoweburs
to Asbiatid iBclUHlve,
KOHBBUHO MAll. DAILY.
11:17 a. m
:60 p. m.
Ar. I i.t 11. iu
Lv. f 1:40 p. m.
Dining Cars ou Ogden Route
PDLLMAN BUFFET SLBBPEaS
Second Class Sleeping Cars-
Atlaohed to all through grains,
yest Side 'Division, Between 'Portlan
IVAtLT' fllCXPX BDMDA.Y1.
12:1ft p. in.
At Albany and (rvalla connect
l ,1 K"1(hTl .
To alt point la tlj TjUrn tat. rnrt
aud ICurope ran ba obtained at lowest rait
from W. V. HKINNKK, Agent, Halen
K.P. 1UX1KRR. AwLO. K,andiJasa,Av
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On the label of every can is
THE .: PEOPLES: DAILY!
Only One Cent"DdilfiNeWspapei' .
on the Pacific Coast,
CBUTEST 1WSPAPEW' BIS
Receiving all the
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by its publishers to secure good- government;' for Jth'e people;
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LATEST TIME CARD;
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-; u ieop nil . M'nn a
lpn . 15p 1; jtl,aul
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kijh ia. rM 1 . Asniana.
8.05am I A.SOpm'
. .iciki' V1? lx1.d hatrsago checked thronxb
to all polms In the United BUtea and Canuda.
Close connection made In Chicago with all
rains going East and Bouth.
.i.Jr.mu 'n'orwaUon apply to ynr nearest
Hcket agent or r JASf c. PPNDT
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Moa lor must I
Hunting, Pic-nicing, Camping Mining,
Lumbering, or on a general outing? If
you are do not fail to lav in a supply of the
Condensed Milk. It gives the most deli.
cious flavor to tea, coffee, chocolate and
many summer drinks.' It Will keep irf
' any climate.' ' You can use it 'in the place
of milk for general cooking purposes.
Your Grocer and Druggist sell It.
the signature of Gail Borden.
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Bates, $2.50 to $6.00 per Day
Tho best hotel between Portland amd Ban
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arvwn la the Willamette Vallsr.
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