Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1893-1895, October 04, 1895, DAILY EDITION, Image 3

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OREOON HTATE PAIR.
UlYiSION J-Ha.NM,VOHK.
Second premiums:
Mrs Hlewnrt, Balem, pillow abams,
MfH. T. M, TllOnillSOII. Hnlvm. num..
collection of drawuwork; MIm Lille
Abraiue, Balem, lufant'H dress: Mrs. (J.
alter, Portland, point lace uaudker-
emeij mw. f. R Grinitha, specimen
urawnwnrh; Rose Both, Balem, lady's
hlrt; Florence M. Wright, Balem,
aiKun robe for bauv parrint,. t.-
?THEBEST
PIPE
TOBACCO.
riiKtf'SU'AS'VSUTJ Hii'fEOTOltVf flWAw
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will
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wfflttimmawk
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ordliinry jv0.
,'urcnaier is
do Most
youdorf-il
Glcoovcry of
tho obc. It
hm wen en
1orwd iy tho
lcadlngrcltn.
tlilo men of
Kuropo and
Arnerl".
Hudyan Is
K'bTe'r cso
Hudjran Mops
Pf8raaIufn3S3
of tlio a In.
charge In 2f
days. CilVea
r.nsT
MANHOOD
Constipation,
Dlzzfacrs,
Falling Sen-sattoni,NcrT-oys
twitching
of tho cyei
end otnoi
parts.
8trcn8thcns.
Invigorate
and tone thi
eijtlronyitcm
Kutfjan euro
Deblllt
1 crjomacM,
Kmltgionc
ftnddnelopu
and rcslnm
wenk organs,
'iln in the
back, lofsci
by day oi
niiMstoppct
ttfa
WB
as
tjuteklv. Over 2 000 prlvato endo'scrocnts.
l'roinaturems lnr-fin Imnolcnry .n llio flnt
stairo. It li a ymp.'ora of strnlnal weakness
aDd barrcnntsi. It can bo stopped in so days
by tho mo o r Ilndyan.
. Thorcw dhcowy was mado by thoBncctnl
tstsofthonldftmoua Hudson Medical Initltuts.
It Li Iho strongest Tllallzcr cade. It Is very
powerful, bnt hatmlmi. Fold for SI 00 a pack.
wsaorG jwckairra for W.00(plaln waled boxes).
Written ppmrnii co civoit for n euro. If yon buy
six boxe an 1 nro j ot cnM tly cured, six rooro
-Mlbeaenttoyonf-.oofAllcl'arKte.
jSomlfH elrculurMnnd totlmonlil. Address
HUDSON MKUIUAIj INSTITUTK,
luiittlmlitocli.ton,?lurIictA:UUiHSU
Sun I'ruiici.co. Ciil.
Me
XiCciil
Mustang
liniment
for
Caked & Inflamed Udders.
Piles,
Rheumatic Pains,
Bruises and Strains,
Running Sores,
Inflammations,
i Stiff joints,
; Harness & Saddle Sores.,
I Sciatica,
Lumbago,
Scalds,
blisters,
slnsect Bites,
f All Cattle Ailments,
AII Horse Ailments,
VU Sheep Ailments,
...
Penetrates MuscU-
Membrane and Tissu
Quickly to the Very
Seat of Pain and
Ousts it in a Jiffy.
Rub in Vigorously.
JSlustans Liniment fettquir:
Makes flan or liex,t wcl!
Cloud Gatcb, cblld'd crocbet' Hood';
... uim uernuaru, Bnlem, crocbet
abawl luce crocbet. fannv tn..irin.,..
, Miss Muy Hogan, woolen sooks. Chris
tum McCrow, Ciynier, fancy inltlenpj
Mrs. L. Fischer, Halem, woolen ttock
liiKfliMIss Mulllo Urelgblou, crochet
"tjunu roue; Hertrude Brady, mould
JJrocbe:; iMre. F. A. Lellh, Olymer,
knit lace; Mrs. Wm. Q mrtler. Balem,
ohlld'H eacque, fascinator in wool; Mrs.
R.E. Wuuda, dUplay of haudlwork.
UIVI8ION J-AIIT18TIG NKEDLK WOH1C.
Mist promluuia-MrH. B. Casey, Ba-
teitl, iHlHllIK doth HParf Ini.mtru rD.
ond nlwO; Mra. Claud Gatcb, loctstool,
silk scHrt tapestry; Mrs. A. Jones,
dalem, embroidered porteirrts; Miss
ouu Amu, oaiem, tea cloth; Auna
uernnard, Balem, funcy upron; Myrtln
Apoerson. MoMlnnvllle, sofa cushion,
tray cloth, handkerchief case; Miss C.
rnons, AlcMlnnvllle, mautlo acarf,
tray cleth: Mra. B. E. Russell, Balem,
bureau scarf; Mrs. Theo. Nolf, Balem,
silk table cloih, Infant's blauKot; Mr?.
Holeu E. Myers, collection of Uatteti
berg or Houitou laces, lloulton lace
toilet cushion; Mrs. C. D. Youmr.
Salem, aofa cushion, chair bolster, doy-
lies, aiiecimen allk embroidery, table
centre; Mrs. J. F. Graham, laumlry
bag; Mra I, L Patterson, Infant'a skirt,
antln atlt.ib; Mra. Frank Hughes,
napkins; MUs Mary Hogau, Salem,
lamp mnt, Kensington table cover.
sham tewel: Mrs II. I BoIrb lr..
Salem, toilet set; Edith Krausae.doylle,
tray cloth; Dr. Annlco F. Jtflreys,
pillow shams; Mrs. E. E. Waters, bed
spread; Mrs. Ed. Woller, Houitou or
HattonberR table center; Mra. C. Fel
lows, MoMlnnvllle, sieclal display of
KenahiKton allk embroidery.
Second premluma Emestino Levy,
Balem, embroidered mantel tcarf;
Itoeo Both, Infant's blaukot;Mlsa Anna
Metscbau, Balem, bedspread; Miss
Julia Metschan, Salem, sofa cushion;
Mra. Cloud Gatcb, satin etlch aofa
cuahiou, stocking bog, Houitou lace
toilet cuahiou, embroidered portlorres;
airs. a. Jones, Balem, collection Bat
tenburg or Houiton lace, Hoclton
table center; Anna Beruhurd, Balem,
fancy apron; Myrtln Apperaon, chair
bolster; Mrs. C. Fellows, Keuslngstou,
table cover, bureau scarf; Mlsa Moe
.Carpenter, Salem, tea cloth; Miss Julia
Matthews, Balem, uupklus; Mra. Theo.
Nolf, Balem, toilet set, lauudry bag,
footstool; Mrs. C. D. Young, Balem,
handkerchief case, silk tabic cloth;
Mrs. G. O. Hogon, Salem, abam towel;
Mra. J. B. Dennis, Balem, mantel
scarf; Mrs. Mary Hogau, Balem. doylle;
Mrs. Eugene Breymon, tray cloth;
Mrs. B. 1'. Boise, Jr., lamp mat; Edith
Krauuee, sofa cushion, specimen silk
embroidery; Gertrudo Brady, speci
men applique; Mrs. G. G. Brown, set
doylies; Mrs. Theo. Nolf table ceutcr
Mra. M. L. Chamberlln, Kingston
table cloth; Mrs. L. S. Mayer, Balem,
dlspluy of Konslugton; Mrs. Cloud
Gatcb, dieplay silk embroidery.
KEV. EDWARD DAVI? ' ""
Lectures at the Christian Church on
The Science of Art."
Roy. Denton Introduced Edward
Davia of Oakland. California, who .fa
llvercd his lecture on the above topio.
Ejthotlclam was his topio, the dellul
nu ueiujf mui wniou taiiKbt us to
appreciate tho beautiful. Muslo could
bj learned through inspiration. Tho
scale could be tauaht. but not numfe.
Beauty could be founl lu everything if
uunue minu would percieve. The
pbasea of nature did not Rroduco it so
much as the conceptions of tho mind.
Tho source of beauty waa found in tin
Increased development of the percep
tion of immateriality. Tho taoterlo
mustbeseeu In the material or the
aoul roraalued In the dark. We must
not only bocouvertod of our Bins, but
our eyo must bo taught to porclove tho
beau Ilea of tho natural world. The
perception of beauty develops upon
the cultivation of the mind of the In
dividual. It caunot be the same to nil
but there can be no comparison between
the enjoyments or sufferings of differ
ont persons. They aro infinite in
variety, Tho eternity of the mind Is
thr Immortality of man. Mortality
spoaks to mau by tho perception of tho
minu.
The perception of beauty depended
upon Individual conception of man,
his picturing of material things, re
suited lu all the arts.
THE VAUIOUS AKT8.
Architecture waa the ancient art,
Music, the medloval art. Painting
and sculpture wero only accessories of
the oldest art. Pootry Was the modern
art. Idealistic and reallstlo schools
were both wrong. Tho lecturer ana
lyzed the vurloua arts in a skillful man
nt-r.
Tho speaker easily aoara Into the
roalms of genulno eloquence, carry lug
his uudlonce oil their foet by his mag
nificent outbursts. His languago is
highly poetlo and his expressions vory
ornate. Every sentence Is a flower of
expression. TboBllghtost opportunity
auillcea as a peg to hang a whole ward
robo of oratory upon.
Tho speaker Is magnetic, dramatic,
and wbllo not entertaining (owing to
tbo obstru8e subject) he kopt his hor
ors keyed up to a high tension of de
light. Ho forgets at times that ho Is a
lecturer, aud brings In tho "belovod"
and other pulpit expiosalona. This Is
luevlUblo owing to his calling, which
becomes a habit with any mau.
Mr. Davis la still a young man 23.
It la not to bo expected that he will not
olleud aoine in his eilort to bo dram,
atlc. He Is nMurally dramatic and,
coupled with his intensity, ho at times
sweeps the platform like uoyciono, aud
mingling metaphors from tho scrip.
turcs, from the poets, from his own
tlery imagination, ho sweeps all before
him In a grand diapason of eloquence.
for Infants and Children.
THIRTY Tar' oTitarvntloa of CnatorU with tke gatroBas; of
HBJUlnai of paraonn, permit w o peiJt of it wtUteai gaming.
Xt U TtnqneetlonaMr th bolt remedy for Infante aaj CfclMrtia
the worM ha ever known. It 1 liarmlei. Clilldrea Ulce It. It
gives them health. It will anvo their lhre. Ib It Methere aay
MiethlBg which 1 nhiolutolr afe and practloiUlr yerfeet a
chlld'e gaedlolne.
Cattorla Jcitroy Wormi.
Cagtnrla allay. FcverlahHesi.
CaetoHa preveata vomiting Sdnr Cnr3.
Caitorla onro. Dlarrhma and Wind Colle.
Caetorla relieve. Teething TroTihlca. -Ca.torla
euro. Coa.tlpatloH nnd Flatnlcaoy.
Oaitarla a.MtralUa. the cgnot. of cartonlo aold ga. ay pol.owoH. air.
Oaatarla- doe. Hot ooataln Morphine, oplam, or other aarooUo property.
Oaaterla aalaillate. the food, regelate, the .temaoh and hawel..
giving healthy and Hatnral Jeep.
Caitorla, 1. pat np la oae-rfea hottlee only. It U not told la talk.
Don't allow any one to .ell roa anything clia ca the plea or promlie
that It 1. "Jgt n. good" and "will aanrar evary parpBte."
ge.a that yon tret C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A.
The fao-almtln
algnatare of
WT
l.ea every
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
Wholesale Reduction
IN PKICB OP-
STREET CAR TICKETS
Si CENTS BACH.
Commencing October 7lh,th Palem Consolidated Blfcet Hllwy company will place
on sal ticket good until used, at tho into orn0 perlW,oraXoonUoaoh, TbeaetlckeU
may be mod by any one without reatrlctlon of nny hind,
The company has, In reipomc to the repented rcqucaU of It patron aufljthe citizen, of
Balem, decldedto try Hie experiment for a few montna, and If tho Increased patronago JuatW
flea tbe unlienrd-ollow rate It will tornado permanent.
Tickets on f ale at tho offlco after October 7, 1S3S.
179 Commercial Street.
Porcelain Baths-200 Com'l street.
y.
m. fit. . nnn.naliOJlOUt
firM remedy fer UenorrliiM,
ccuiyr: x,1!'- ?"v,r;: r ir.:
taflluafcaara-a?.?.y.-:
.u.i,i.n. tiou. irrn". ."-
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LINCOLN COUNTY NEWS.
Tolkdo, Oct. -1, 1885.
Judge Burt Is confined to his room
with u bad cold.
Doputy County Clerk M. E. Pealra la
very sick with la grippe.
Tho hop pickers ore returning.
The family of C. B. Crosno are visit,
ing him at his Otis Rock mines.
A writ of attachment was sworn out
of tbe county court against tbe steamer
Richardson for $310, attorney's fets
alleged to be due from 11. A. Moss to
A. L. MoFttddeu,
W.J. Wade, farmer at tbe Sllelz
Indian agency, has moved his family
to that placo for the wiuter.
Uulted States Indian Agent Beat
Galther went out to hear tbe free silver
champion speak upon the great lasuj
now beforo the Americuu people.
A uentleman from Marlon county on
Tuesday filed a uotlce of mlulng claim
on a gold bearing quartz ledge near tue
Yacbata in tbe south eud of tne county.
He thinks it very rloh.
The M. E conference has returned
the Rev.Potter to the charge at Toledo.
Public school opens Monday with
Prof. Bothers, Miss Madge ,Duun and
Mua Alexauder as teachers.
fi ivann nnd Mlim Alexander
have Just llulshed wrltlug and compar-l S,uu"fr,,H.brert
..... ..... ..l.. n,a nlstlr'a I Goldrtl Ucdlcal !:
offlco, where they have been working yUhj.u m
for the Lincoln County Abstract coin-' dln miyjeici,
particularly lu flett
The harder the Ortgoulan lights an rj rj-"ttf.
Uaae the stronger It becomes for tbe &$
rHiitt and file of the people wuo am ,iain could give
onto Harvey Bcott.
A New Bidkwalk. A forco of men,
uuder Street Commissioner Culver.
havo Just completed the work of laying
a eight-foot sidewalk on the Bouth sldo
of Mill street, between Twelfth and
Fourteenth streets. Thla portion of
Mill street has receutly been opened for
travel, and tho sidewalk will be a great
accommodation to tho peoplo of that
part of tho city, especially during the
wiuter, when tho ground In that
vicinity la sometimes covered with
water. Let tbo good work go on In
other parts of tbe city.
Be-Bhinolkd. Tho Red Front liv
ery stable, at tho corner of Trade and
Commercial streets, recently purchased
by R. H.Wcstacott.fa being re-ehlnglcd
preparatory for the reception of tbe
winter rains.
Exposition
Opens
October 5th.
PORTLAND, OREGON.
The larsmt and moit comploto display ever made ol the reiouroe. Industries, commerce,
business, agriculture, loresU minus, fruit, fl.norlei, manufacture ana transportation faclll
ilea or tho great l'ucltlo WortUwcst, Ktuo uiunlc. Hpoclal attractions evory day, llatesonall
transportation lines.
AUMlsaioN :
BlDele adml.lou. .....,
Uhlidren, under 12 yoir...
season tickets .....
.. 2To
.. I0o
.. J3.00
Kor exhibit apaoe apply At the xpoaltlon
building to
E, C MASTER, Soc.
0. II. HUNT,Supfc
GOLDEN
MEDICAL
DISCOVERY
Many yeara ago Dr. R. V. Pierce, chief
consulting physician to the Invalid' Hotel
and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y., com.
pounded this medicine of vegetable ingredi
ents which had an especlul effect wpon tho
stomach aud liver, rousing the, organs to
healthful activity as well as purifying end
enriching the blood. ly such means the
BtomacU and the nerve are aupplled with
pine blood; they wilt not do duty without it
any wore than a locomotive can run with,
out coal. You can not get a lasting cure of
Dyspepsia, or Indigestion, by takintr arti
ficially digested food or pepsin tle atom
ach must do Hi own work in its owtt way,
Do not put your nerves to sleep with ac
called celery mixtures, It is better to go to
the eatof the difficulty and feed the nerve
cells on tbe food they require. Dyspepsia,
Indigestion, DIHousne and Nervpu Ai.
fectlons, such a leepleatiesa and weak,
nervous feeling are completely cured by
the " Discovery " It puts prt healthy flesh,
bring refreshing sleep and invigorates the
whole system.
Mrs. K. IIbhkb. of Na Svi Katlh lUtUti St.,
Chicaro, 11! , writes icjiu -",-
meui simply
Children Cry for
P.tchr' Castori.
TusW j
tvVLaasss
ftlltf
Now. afltr two
niootbi I am tutlre-
l ttfl ot OlY
dUtase. My appe- MRS. Hbxkb.
tite U cscclltat;
(cod wtU dlgntedi bowel rtgular and sleep
much Improved,"
The Willant?lte Hotel
LEADING HOTEL OF THE CITY.
TF'HE RXJBL
sMk.
COLD BLAST FEATHER CO.
Aro tho only renovators that dry the feathers with a Must of
cold air, which leaves tho feathers tough, clean and sweet.
140 COURT STREET.
BIG PROFITS
ON
SMALL INVESTMENTS.
K.lurn,ng:r
JfSin F0R ,EA011 BULLAE INVESTED can be
made by our Systematic plan of Speculation.
lem. it la a Well known fact
i who, tiy systematic ttadln
thounnaSV ffiXaTnSB-rV.8. ftSR)JAr,'l?!.V " i" S! Known. fact that ihs. n
throtuth oat.
outta 10
osro broker., made largo amount, over? ??, mugmFtrbm a' rew tbound"5,
man who ttuwta a hnndred or two hundred dolla" tfp to fj ora to inxjoouor in
Who Invent n row t lounand. It la ul.n a rurt t..t .iTlL -i.V.i .li"'w.or.'n
f SiilVUT,?1?: t!""!1 luve-nm-ntaon thla pUmanpeTasuwA lira wrar from ShMaiokM
Invest through broken who thoronghly understand avatcmallo tredlna-. iuiooaa
Writ, for ivinTlnnltiir nronffl. Blkj.f,.. ..M..Hi ..-..- "i..4w",l,. ..
ir..1lfJ(S,rJ!0Sv.I.n'ilnI)roo,,',lJ?0"ur.ninu' wanTl spw tfl'atlon and oerDatUr
Market ltiport, full of money-making polutera, Al.lj khkk. onrmmnJi u.,i.inJ ,Z.Sr
trading infer. laheat referonets in regard M onr sundh ud ua!?.111 ',xPa,n, '"w'
furiurinerinrorinauon address "
talkington; jsoxxgjbr
108 CO OUT BT., BALK
eft CO.
Salem Steam Dyeing and Cleaning Ms
Have removed to the south room o! the postoff.ee block, where tho proprietor is
fitting up the establishment with the latest appliances for
STEAM CLEANING AND DYEING.
The plant is the most extensive one in the state, belne prepared to handle all
kinds or fine fabrics, makes a upcclalty of Ladies' and Genta' clothlnc. cleans
carpels, blankets, ladles' hats, straw hats and feathers dyed and renovated.
liCr,dPr0m aUcndctl ,0 by "" express or itago. Your patronage is
WALDEltMAR NELSON", Prop.,
COMMERCIAL STREET.
-EXCELSIOR - STABLE
E. C, Hansen, Manager.
Only good horses used. Satisfaction guaranteed,
back of Stato Insurance block.
Stable
0
mm of
urn, -
Reduced rates. Management liberal. Electric cars leave liotol for all pub-
lie buildings and polnta.of Interest.
pitrons.
Hprclal rates will bo given to perruauent
A. I. WAGNER,
Till) UniVerallT Or UreffOn. KUff.nn.Orron.ntTan Irna tnttlnn .-.!! atn4.nl. Vn...
"RAh a.,n Doal;d. luoglng, Heal and Ugbttu tho dormitory lo W0pr week. Hooiaor iun
u.. .mw.. unu ..uuu. lUUI'K nuum -. (miTIUIHI WUU WISrH ID priVHlO KmillO. at SSI
week Yuuug women UMlrlun boara should addrew iTof.Jobn Httaub, hune.OrHi. or
opreiary leuna: women-, unnatian Awooiauon. Kutone. 'Iho University offer tai ba.
cAlaurmtedFtreM, llaohelorol Alts. Harbelor of Hofenoo and Uach.li r nf Letters wlm eor.
responding; o.unie. of atusyt The following .hnrter course, aro also oe.red: An Uoaiutt
onuraa. leading lu two years to a Dusiness diploma an tin tUreM.r to tbo UU graduaUm
uu.i.u. .tu .u,.ul'vu mm,, nir HLUiiHiHui BurillHl ROUOUl loiiuiay lO mi UttrM MUMU
or iiod.cegy:
SDH IUO
a course oi two years mr leaoner. or puyaicai r aucatlqu loading to a diploma
uuoaireoiorpnyaiau cauoauon. The univeraitychargtia an looldanui fe of 110
I riKVable luadvanOA bV ail .LudnntM. HtllHnilla linlillnir rilnlntnu htu .i ...Ml..
whloh I
acnpois ana tuoao navtna teachers' oertlaoatea are admitted to tho preparatory dtrtnat
without examination. lhosqdo.lrlug, ti formation regarding tbe preparatory deeartSMat
should addrcao Iho Doan. N.L. Murrtgan, Kugone. Km cataloeuoaand Infjrmatiou adtrM
iton.Moretary, KUgrue.urecon. 6 a 3m
0. II. Onaumuu. Jl'resldent or J f Walton. Horeury,Kugrue.Oreon
FIRST NATIONAL BANK I1UILDINO, SALEM, OR.
W, I. STALEV, Principal.
Hchool lln continuous aeialau, ntudenla may enter at any time.
It
will my thcao who expect to prepare ror some bnslne4 pursuit to attend a
uu.iuch cuiicko wu.rv a .Tiiemnuo ouurao oi ousinoaa training may oa nan
and.traintd teacher lor this particular line of work Instruct, The Capital
Business, Shorthand, Typewriting, Penmanship and English.
-Thla Is positively tho only-
busluesa rollego In Oregon tialog tho intercommunication system or litul-
i iiruotico. uut-or town siuuenu mar aeourouoaru and rurnlabod room
rivato family at H a week. Write or oall at college offlo. for clroulara
giving full Information relative to cour.es of study, rale of tuition, eto.
830-3IH
-THE BUFFET OAK BOUTE-
BARR &. PETZEL,
HEATING and COOK STOVES
WOOD AND IRON PUMPS.
Plumbing and Tinning. Seo us beforo ordering,
214 (Commercial Streot.
I, C. GOODALE,
COBURG LUMBER YARD,
TWELFTH STREET, NEAR DEPOT
All grades and dimensions of Buldlng Lumber Larireat stock and Lowest
prloes, J- IS. JJAKEH, Manager,
r ... . '
GRAY BROS,.
HAM
mwi
TONS
11
ARTS
)
Road Machinery and AgriculturaElmploments.
LaUat.ImproveJ Goods nnd Lowest rriecs.
W. Cor. Stato ind Llbortv SU. SALEM OREGON.
GflnU "
Nfi;The Shortest and Quickest Line
1JETWKEN
Pacific Coast Points,
St. Paul and the East.
Crowci both tUoCawdc4 aud tho Ilooky liouDtaln In (!ftyHht,anordlDg;p4wcngers tho
Ul'l'UIIUIIIUUl TIVniUK IliB
Grandest Scenery in America !
l-mA iMtn, ..nil., Mn. Dnrilnnili s.rnn. tl n ... l . Q..illa a.... nn&A.O !.
A N.and Hpoknua. Huns luperbcQUlpment, con latins; or dining oar., butlat library
liMim upiunmrca tourui sleeping onr. tut) uunoniorjry card are marveia or fir
via, U.K.
cur.,
gance
aij-i comfort. containing batli roo'ii, barber ahop.eusr chain, etc. 'Iho m.RUlflceut twin
m a -nsu.ra''nori"wet"anu"rQruiana. leave uuititu every atonuay ana Jrriaayiurtlio
H iiu," Maoklnaa Island, Detroit, ()le tlend and Kullklo In ootinectlnn with the Qreut North
ern ltullvrsy il.vey'urtlnllsreod vlatlioNOHIIIEUN HTKAMillU' UOMfANY.and ea
Joy a delightful ride free from the beat and uubt, Korlickets or general Information call ou
210 COMMRIMJIAL STREET,
rJALKM. Oil.
a. n. o. ui-NNiHroN, a v. t, a,
121 Third St., forUaud, Or.
BOZORTH BROS.,
It. O. BTKVKNH. O- W. 1'. A.
6U Front st., besttle, Waih.
J. C. GlilFFITJT,
Offloei Corner nourt and tCnmmercial st,
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F. M. Stsolo
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Slpcliioci'y and Bicycle Repair
Stop,
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clalty, Smaii Dynamo and Motor, built and
repaired. All work done in tbe beatmaauer.
SALEM TILE WORKS.
liAltUElOTOCK ON HAND
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Hpeclal Inducement ottered. Hblpped to 1
point on abort notice. Bnd for price.
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SALEM WATER. CO.
Office. Willamette Hefel I
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