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Dally Capital Journal.
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Fit WAY, JAN. 10, 1800,
If you think RiiIoiii editors twin'l
eiow, )wt Attend llio K)iiltry show
Hn( itrdiiy nlKlil.
Anotlior now hont on tho rlvor-ii
Kunrnrniity of low frolftlil. Nowtflvo
tin nn open rlvor.
Jlepubllenn will want omonf llio
InrgcMt kind of rtuMern to do tholf
crowlug next yonr.
Ably Anworod by Soimlor
Mttolinll of Orogon,
i taffrf it'll, W'Tjir ff'ini rovdln a
'fhnriV of fffliliifirrovofiut1. Inn iirovofi
(proiM nil rf)iilf6trW lo ljn polkv
of doflHK for III1 Iwn Iki'iilyettra
irndlntf July 1, 10S, itlic rovomiw of
( fir Koycriinipnt lmvt Iwcil lew tllim
t tic ciiiillliirm to tho ("tlniii of
l.!Hl.fi8l..Hl. nn follew:
DEFECTIVE WILSON BILL
And Gold Standard Arc Ruining tho
bwn IJrriMipltf nmi fjy flip goctfrfitfy iiFIipIi oWlifwl f0f li lo Hie rlffifllnf
oftlia Uenttfry, wliooVSr no faltfilimm NM York to( lUMotmlor ttntn
Intro boon nl llio tliif, hy nlfllo
ItifillC lo tftftKOtifl&lrinil pTwnlffll,' tll'i
I'lrsl hiioiitlin.HiirtiliH..$ tfW.tfM
KlScnl ffinr 181)1, tkillcilt. . cnMmiffl
i'ImjhI your ibhs, deficit. . wA,m,iH
J'ltHl, itnorttlwHcAilyciir '
It l tho Hnlcm rooster, not the
Hnloin Iiojr, will lo on exhibition
Saturday nlulit xit the iirniory.
Olvo tho people jKHtnl Having
biuk. There Is not a hank In Snloin
hot tint pty-i Interest on Iomm1K
Thero In n decline of Jingoism In
the d Incursion of Venezuela. Kiijr
hndat first refused to nrhltratc the
Venezuelan houndary, hut N now
"coining to her milk."
I'rof. K. II. Anderrion of Salem will
le a candldato for county superin
tendent of school. II Is a iiioRre1"
hIvp educator and lneery way compe
tent to llll the place with credit.
There Ik a fottune In tho ckk pro
duce of tills country for tho man
who will gather it up and forward It
lo the big markets on the S'oiiihI and
Tho Clydesdale roosterof tho Post,
tho Webfoot barnyard cook of the
Poultry Journal, and tho "Intensified
hen" of tho Statesman, have entered
for the crowing match at the Salem
poultry show Saturday ovenlng,
Editor Emery, of the Yamhill Inde
It Is awfully hard work to keep
from saying harsh things about the
combination that has saddled another
hundred million dollars of debt upon
Tho Salem poullo show Saturday
nt thoaimory Is far moie Important
than many political assemblage that
win kiii nor nert. it win put money
In tho iHKikolsor the people, while the
other crowing matches always take it
Ina remarkably able speech In the
United States enate, Deeemlmr .11,
I8(it,, Senator .John II. Mitchell said:
The present condition of the
treasury, occasioned msiniy uy mc
falluieof the AVINon tiirln" act of
1801 to produce sulllclent rrvenues to
meet current expenses, and tho mad
olfort to maintain the single gold
standard nnd ab-olutely eliminate
and destroy bimetallism by saddling
the taxpayers of this country with
hundreds of millions of high Interest
bearing Ismds, has compelled the
president nnd the secretary of the
treasury to appeal to tlu'-roiigrctH In
the midst of the holiday season In
ti rum nnd In the tone sounding much
like Cii'sitr'M appeal lo Casslus, In his
"Help me, Casslus, or I sink!'
WhaW'wr may line been the cause
or combination of causes which re
sulted In this unfortunate condition
of alfalrs, the ap)cal of the president
Ih one which no palrlotlcman, what
oer tuny Im his politics, can dlsie
Kurd. At all times, under all circumstan
ces, upon eveiy occasion, the credit
of this Koeniinent must bo sustained.
Every one of Its obllKat Ions jiiust bo I
Total deficit Cleveland
admlulstrntloii $128,521, I2I.H0
Hut not only so. During tho year
nhoiil to close the doflclcncy has been
constantly growing until now, since
July 1, 18o:i, It reaches the euormoiiu
sum of over m'l.OOO.UOO, $20,000,000 of
which amount has arisen during tho
last six mouths, and no less than
hIkjiiI 2,000,000nf this amount during
the present inorith of December: and
still the Klip between receipts and ex
penditures not only docs not contract
but continues to expand. And yet the
president and the secretary of the
treasury tell us tli.it none of the
fearful embarrassments In which the
administration lluds itself In carrying
on the ordinary operations of the
government are attributable Ion lack
This, It seems tome, Is a most ic-
markable claim on the part of the
president and the secret :ny. And
based on Mich ;i claim, untenable as It
would svoiii In every particular, the
demand Is made upon confess to re
tire yilil.iKKi.OOdof legal-tender notes
and J 10,000,000 of Hheriiiiin treasury
notes, all redeemable in either gold or
silver coin, by an Issue of nearly ."00,-000,000-to
lw accuiate, 180,000,000
of Inlercst-boailnn bonds, not rc
deemablo In coin, but In gold coin,
No such diameter of bonds waseer
Issued by this government In all Its
long history, not even when Involved
In the terrible convulsions or civil
war. And this claim that theie Is no
promptly met when duennddomanded I lack of revenue and this demand for
An exchange says: "When tho Oie
Koulausltsdnwnoua man there aie
n kcoio or more of levtor sheets In the
htate that seem lo have no objoct,
aim or ambit Ion but to abuse t lie fel
low thus sat iisiu. This accounts for
Home of the- recent attacks on Mr,
In hitman county. Washington,
tho total tax levy will Im 2U mills.
In Colfax It will Ih 49 mills, Taxa
ton llko this simply means coullsca
Hon. Salem Tost.
Portland will hae a -to mill tax,
Tacoma City and county government
Is paralyzed by corruption. Theroiuo
worse placed than Salem. Marlon
'ouuty, or Oregon
Tho iih'iuIhms (if the iito llopuh.
llcan committee will meet at Portland
Wednesday. February fi. at 10 a. m.,
for the piirMseofilptoruilnliiKii)on
the time and place for holding tho
Mnto coiiwiitliui. and to transact any
otlior liiilii(Vh.H that may projnirly
come Iwfoiv the meeting.
The rtHwter who edits the Salem
1'oslls a kind ofcnws between tho
old Yankee Shanghai and tho Cochin.
This gtvo him a givat oloo for crow
lug and ouMnrd plo. The Asiatic cmks
KIvoh him IiIh piiitulKMiinee ofehoht
nnd that delimit strut iKvullar to all
tho Orientals. There Is only .mo
liandMimor fowl in town and that Is
Flngg, late of tho Domoomt.
at the time, and In the kind of money
specified lu contract. 'ot one of
theso obligations, even though It costs
millions, must Iw itcrmlttcd to go to
protest. Tho president's bands must
be and will lw sustained by congress
I u every proper way. Tho houso of
representatives has promptly re
scinded with a revenuo hill, and It Is
here for the consideration and net Ion
of the senate. It should receive the
prompt rmisldeiatlou and net Ion
of the senate. Hut we should
not proceed with such a de.
greo or tiaste lu Its considera
tion as to cause us to overlook for one
moment gieat Industrial Interests
whluh can just as well as not, now
that the opportunity Is suddenly pre
sented through I he emergency to
which I havoalludcd,lH!propc!ygiard
ed and protected. While, therefore,
providing that the earliest jiosslblo
moment legislation which will pro
duce sulllclent revenuo to relievo tho
administration or Its present embar
rassment, other Important 'question
should not lw lost sight or In the per
formance of our patriotic response to
the president, and wo should so legis
late as to relieve from Imminent dan
ger or destruction some or tho great
Industries of tho country so morel-
authority to Issue bonds come, more,
over, after the secretary of the tioa.
ii ry has within the past twenty
months Issued and sold a fraction
over $102,000,000 or 5 percent ten-year,
nnd I percent thirty-year bonds, rrom
Which was realized over $182,000,000,
nnd out or ono Issue of $02,000,000 of
which tho Now York and London
syndicate realized Mime ! 1,000,000 or
Why, even the New York bankers,
those of theinoiitsldoortheenchanted
elide of tho god syndicate, and who
ii.u ii.ii jn;, iiii mm iii miuiu in hi nunc:
fits, thoroughly understand this whole
business. They know roll well It was
not the Sherman law, that It Is not
tho greenback that diove, or Is driv
ing, gold rrom tho country by the
tens or millions, which lias depleted
thu treasury or gold, led tobond Issues
and Involved our government In do-.
plumule embarrassments. They know,
and now frankly admit, that ono of
tho great causes of these llnauclal
embarrassments Is the Insutllclency of
our revenue laws, and Inferential!
they do not hesitate to say that one
other gieat cause Is our failure toglvo
full recognition to tho money metals
of thoconstltutloi, and withholding
rrom one or them tho roll equal mint
nutmto MiM cffccU "I inn nntlir
led lorrdPGM lliw nolo Hthfr In
wold or silver colnt II I not rouvoiilent
lottHlwin (he wholf amount In Mold,
nnd therefore I shall cither radtwiu
half In gold nnd hair In silver or nil
In sliver, or nil In gold, as It suits my
convenience, and as I am authorized
to do under the law," then u flop
would have been put at once lo any
considerable demand for the redemp
tion or llio legal tender notes. That
Is what I think about It,
Mr. IIIH It U not a question as to
what policy the senator from Oregon
thinks ought to have been pursued.
OMin, ,, ii'tili.l, T itt.utr.i In if,ll fit
tentlon Is a question of fact -what
has boon done by all the "secretaries of
the treasury slncp 1870; nnd upon that
I disagree with the distinguished
senator from Missouri. Mr. Cockrell,
I do not recall any rltlcism or that
policy upon the part or the senator
rrom Oregon Mr. Mitchell during
his career in the senate with rofeioncc
to the Republican secretaries of tho
treasiuy who pursued that course.
Mr. CookiellWlll the senator rrom
Oregon allow me ?
Mr. Mitchell of Oregon.-Cortalnly.
Mr, Cockrell. In October. fi'):i, In
tesjioiise loa telcgiam sent by mo o
Secietaiy Carlisle, he stated that the
first Treasury notes or J81K) weie ie-
deemed lu gold In 1801 by Secretary
Mr, Hill. 1 assumed tint the scniu
tor was not talking about treasury
notes. We wore talking nlx.ut what
lirj called I'lilted Slates notes tho
Mr. Mitchell or Oregon. I was talk
ing about both. They are IkiIIi alike
sofarns the power of redemption Is
Mlwoitfl for llirtrwiilffljtifffliMW'iMirt
Tim " COUNT V ' OVVWM.
Bewajo Of Ointments for Catanh
atneicunr mil u,(. ,lro.. ,heMluei)f
tmell ami completely .tai.Ke ifi9 whole Ml
tern wl,eu eiuciinj; it ilucs.ch the ujucoiu
urfce Such artnle khouU nem be uwd
except on prfKrtpiioiii icimuble phvtlcian.
r (he UinaCe they Hill lo u ten fohfio the
lwJ ym can leriv ftoni them. I lull V
Uuiih f ur. manufaUimra by F. J. Cheney
i. ..i ' ,Wo .9 ton',', f" weicuryi ana
tken laternalljf, acting directly upon th
biooj anj mucoui fmficM of iltetiitem. lo
HiylngllallU CatairhOure UurV)oS m
.a pcnulne. It it taken Ulernall. ami nude
JjTSolh by Dnigblf. r IS cnu a bot
ossly stricken down by the Wilson age privileges accorded to the utlior.
ti,rt"T m' I "ml full legal tender pundiaslngiKiwer
mis uecessnato an inquiry Into and debt-paying functions
the olTect which the operation or tho ih, iv, (ll0 wimor f
existing tariff not has had, not only ; Oregon allow me?
on the roteuues r the government, allllli .
butaUoou the Industries and labor',, , " h IU .'. mihiiibuj
or tho country. This I shall n.tempt oil'" m t" N"mt0r fWIU
to do at.thls time only In the brletest "m mWiM '""" Vw
and most iwrrunotory manner, and
shall postK)no more elaborate discus- Mr' llk,l,,ll ' Oregou-Certalnly,
slon until the bill Is reported from the Mr nin1 w,sl1 10 "''k whether It
committee. , ,rt a r"l that ever since 1870 It has
TttKi'ot.iov av Tin: immlsknt admin- ' l)con tho CU8toni l,,'cr all secretaries
intiiation. I of t,u trswry to Iy the greenbiicks
Tho iKillcy of the present admlnls-' lnRoW xlH'" t,elll!ded?
tratlun. Including, of course, tho WII-1 Mr Mitchell of Oregon-That has
iwrliniw lK'on the custom, but It U i
Vniiaren Cry foi , vewl one, In my Judgment,
WlfcnhaU' Cattoria. ' Mr aNll.-lJeglnnlng In Ooto-
-aaasi ,H,r- ib'Jl.aud novor Iwfore.
Mr. Mitchell or Oregon.-lleglmilng
In October, 1801 y Is that the fact S
Mr. Cookroll.-That Is tho fact.
l MI...1..I, -
". .hiivik'ii 01 uregonTheu I
Hnuc tlta ponalty of
stand airrvetedl the senator fro,u doffl.,ggkU.-Tl
I assumed that the seun-
was talking itboqt United States notes.
Now I will nil; tho senator from Mis
souri whether it Is not true, sofarns
the United States notes are concerned,
those which uro commonly called
grecnbacks.that since 1870 they have
always been redeemed In gold by all
secretaries of the treasury, when gold
has been demanded?
Mr. Cockrell. They were never
presented and there was no demand
for gold, and the senator cannot show
by the records that such was thecaso,
Tho senator rrom Ohio Mr. Shcrmnii
since that time proposed to redeem,
retire, and cancel ovoryono or tho
greenback notes with silver dollars,
Tho amendment Is hero on record In
which ho proposed to substitute silver
dollars Tor everyone or the greenbacks.
Mr, Mitchell or Oregon. 1 am very
much obliged for this contribution.
Mr. Cockrell.- In addition, wsh
to say that In Jnntinry, 18a'), Mr, Sect
rotary Carlisle stated to the commit
tee on Apptoprlatlons or tho IIouso of
Hepreseutatlvesthatlf In the begin
nlng the Secretaries or the Treasury
had exeiclsed tho discretion or paying
In slhor and gold conjointly It would
have operated well and would have
been a great Iwuollt, but that accord
ing to all the prophecies It would bo
dangerous now to to reverse the policy.
Mr. 1 1 ill. l should llko to ask olther
the Senator rrom Missouri or tho Sen
ator rrom Oregon whether Secretary
Foster did not redeem any or tho
Cnlted States notes In gold. Will the
Senator from Missouri statoas a fact
that Secretary Foster did not redeem
any of the United States notes and re
deem them In gold?
Mr, Cookiell.-I do not know, ttj
ouo no may nave (tone so.
Mr. II 111. X understood the Senator
to say that It had not been done.
Mr. Coekroll.-it was not donoupon
demand, and 1 repeat It. No Secre
tary or the Treasury, until Octobor,
1801, overylolded tho option to tho
holiliir if H... .,,m .,... i .....
-v. .iium.iuniiH paid gout ret
gardless or consequences.
Mr. Hill. ir tho Senator will allow
mc, my point Is that tho Secretary of
mo .treasury bus repeatedly done so;
that It has been tho custom to redeem
tho greenbacks In gold when gold was
Tho people- n wiilohlfig olowly up
panmtircof nniupi of rnndldnlo. for
county nnicw. All ur lulcrwitod in
ot!tirIiig good men, but llio people nre
going in dciiifiinl Mllietlons In tlic m
pensfl or t he nfllco of sheriff nid n.
sector. They are going lo nsk (hat
Justices of the pence In clfles lie put
on u small salary Instead of being
tempted loinuke a stuto ense oul of
every petty offender they can get hold
orns they uo are. The district at-,
torney's fees should boalHillshcd and
n county attorney on a salary le
elected by I ho people. The premium
now offered In costly fee to llud K'0
plo Insane should lie abolished. These
aresomeof the things that must Ih1
done lo stop fee-grabbing. The fees,
inhere are any. should go into the
Hut what we started to omplin size
Is this: There should lie a definite
understanding that the high fees and
excessive salaries must and will Ikj
icductd. The men who want to servo
the public lu the valuable places for
which there Is a great struggle,
should understand this. The
people aie unable to pay fancy prices
to any man these days. A farm or
business or profession that In these
d;'ys pays 1,000 Is scarce. The days
when a county office can lie made to
jiiiy vi,iiw id fiu,tiu a year aie no
more. While It s not good political
morals to cut down an official's com
pensation during his term of service,
the people have it light U-roic engag
ing an oillclal to serve 11 em to know
what he Is going to have for his ser
vice. The only way to redinv tho ex
pense of county and state govcnui cnt
Is to pledge the olllclals and members
or the legislature to a definite i ro
gramwlion they go behire thepcole
to be elected. At least let it bo un
derstood what olllclals are to bs cut
down, what foe offices are to be
abolished. The people must Interest
themselves in this matter, make a
reasonable demand for economy npd
then sec that It Is secured by proper
pledges fioiu men who can bo tructmi
Abovo all, let candidates understand
that they are going Into office to be
the servants of the people Instead of
dictating terms to them as their mas
ters. "" .j
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Luaffi riaimVi i rmi V
IMIffll iIm ii
i - - . -
-EAST AND SOUTH
Southern Pacific Co,
California 1Upten Traln-altnn djlly bst.B
I'orlfaml and &nWncm W"
disc i, ni
1 1 :oo p, m
l 015 if ni.
v I'ortUml ,, uo-JST
Iv. 8jlm U. 7l0,
r. Xn Ffdn. Iv. I
City, Wovdburn, Salem, Turner, Ma,f(,
lefferwn, Albany. Albany function, lnht'
I'.ucene, Crcawell, Drain, and !
nun, i.7-ituuiH iu iiinidnii, incmihe
ROSKIIURO MAIL IMtl.V.
WOLZ & MIESCKE, Props.
Denhts in nil klmli of fresh and salt meat.
ryFreh tausaco a specially,
171 COMMERCIAL ST.
32I Commercial st. Cottle Block
Succesior to C. M Meek & Co.j
Best meats In the city, Prompt delivery at
Iv. Snlcin h,
ar. Koseb'g Iv.
Iv. Portland nr.
ar. Halcni Iv.
DINING CARS ON OG DEN KOUIT
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
and second-class sleeping cars attached to all
WEST SIDE DIVISION,
Between Portland ahd Corvallls, dally (ex,
SALEM WATER CO.
Office: Willamette Hotel Buildln".
1'nr uattr service apply at office. Bills
pajalilf livitulily in advance. Make all
compiling a. 1I10 cilice.
0itn pick-'t to movent freezing, posl.
tbel) ptululti'td Lan: hhnultl bo taken
ifinihnrr nf fr. rzing to have stop and
wane jitiJ cloiwl se ctlion 3 rules and reg
ulation N 1 limine i.iii tn bills will be al
lowed for absence or for any cause whatever
unless water is cut 01 irom piumucj.
7:30 a.m. I Lv.
12:15 p.m.) Ar.
At Aioany ana Corvnllis connect with
trains of Oregon Central .fc Eastern Railroad.
Express train daily except Sunday
4:4s P. n
75 P. m.
Ar. McMlnvllle Lv
8:25 a. rn
to all points in the Eastern States, Canida
and Europe can be' obtained nt lowest rate!
from W.lvTSINNER, ACent, Salem.
E. P, ROGERS, Asat. G. P & P. A.,
R. XOEIILER, ManaRer. r0t,,ant1'
V. A. Cosick
Transact a general banking business.
TVhen Baby wa sick, wo gaTo her Castorla.
When klio waa a Clilt J, aha cried tor Castorta.
Vhta alio became Miss, aho clung to Castorla,
When slie had Children, alio save tlicm Castorla,
Bucklon'H Arnica Salve.
The best Salve In the world for Cuts.
Bruises, bores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
riM,nliCitcrCh?PPei1 hands' Chilblains,
and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
1'iles or no pay required. It is guaranteed o.
Ciye perfect satisfaction or money refundedr
Price 15 cents a box. For sale by Fred A.
Capit.l Transfer Co,
HARRY TOWN, PROP.
Lxnrcss. biiCr'acre nnd nil kind rf vrnrL-
done piomptly. 7rave orders at Patton's
Mcots all mall and nassenper trains. 1W.
gage and express to nil pans of the city.
Prompt sen Ice, Telephone No. 70.
loo 00 for every $10 invested can be made by
our new Systematic Plau or Speculation.
$10 00 and more made dall v on small im....
menu, by many persoijs who live away from
AH wc ask Is lo Investigate our new and or.
jcnal methods. Past workings of plan and
highest references furnished. Our Booklet
"Points nnd Hints," how to make money
even when on tho. wrong side of the market
and other information sent FREE.
G1I.MORE & Co., Bankers and Broke.
Open Boardof Trade Bldg., Chicago, II '
10 3o-3m d&w
Miss Ballou's School
INSURANCE. J. N. Ferguson, agent for
Western Assurance of Toronto, Phoenix of
London, New Zealand Insurance company
and the Etna Life and Accident hm
moved his officen with the Globe ReaJ
Estate office, up stairs In post office build:
Will receive children from 3 years upward
Special attention to beginners. All desired
n Alt aa I.AM iLk-1.1 - ..tt
uiiw.M iur incomer pupna taught, inclurt.
Ing drawing, modeling, music plain and ar.
1, , . "c,cu,.c wo" Al woru done on the in.
dividual plan in which each child is ad.
vanced according to Its own capacity. For
terms and particulars apply to Miss O. Hal.
lou. Twentieth and Chemcketa sts.
COMBINAAION OIL CURE CO.. foi
cancer and all malignant diseases. We cure
cancer, old ulcers, piles, tumors, fistula
SCiatiC rheumatism. catarrh ami mlnnr .11..,..
We have a combination oil which is worklne
Box 169. Traveling Agent, Eugene. Or.
M f? 9 Mr
k Sclenting Ameflqn
Ul ISSk m 1111
(HIHVimU . I
7rtrlMinniHAH.iL.. t .. . f TWI
Olilm bortauii eurinptanuiiiAmerle,
tha puUlo by a tuxieo glren tn otcSuva to ItZ
Given by a qualified teacher, a native
of Germany. Classes for children on.
Saturday nt Channing Hall.
Mrs. Rapsey. 454 Marlon St
Given on reasonable terms W an experienced
teacner' W. A. RAPSEY,
454 Marlon st.
rtf ,t circulation of anr rlntinn n.. .. .v..-
ZVr:? enaw'r Uluitrated. NoTnU,lllip
man should bo without It. Werklr fTiTin
3 can U JO tlx inonthfc A fliviVjJ UT2 0
1 , riyi
vi e. 1
t.'- '.' . ' 1 ,.
'; ' -i. r iiluia
' i nifh
"ld i Ji iikirUty
Cominercial'Slreet, Corner Slate
Thp Capital rrintine ComDanv hi- ,0
moml to that location. Call en us.
MONEY TO LOAN
wn farm land security. Special
t a. 1. '
. u, 'ge loans. Loatu
tuiuiaeiea witnoiit delay
Bush Bank bui.dlniWMILTN M0IR
ho option wahiioror
1 know Hint ,a been tho euatn,,,'. " ,0",OIIOU,orof t,,p ,,oto "
ly www, vtc iHjrliiR recent ailm n Utratlons hut i Si inn t ,.,., .,.
tina, racutm row ,,.,, tir.K. .. 1 "iU,ol,8 uul 1 M' "in. I w not speak nirof what
rior. iv'aWi,."-KS2;.,Esri m:.u,i m , ., : ":."' :" "wtnwKotitMa
Mtanattou and proof. MallidiUiMif: ..." .""' " I'i'uu or UlOsO "101. I
uotos, iwmliiK us it tllil to a lunro ax.
out wjthln tho last few yoaw, w
assert that It Is the fact. an,i
tUorecmtU will show it.
.Mr, Mitchell of Qrcegn. I aw
DID YOU EVER suiror from real ner
vousness? When every nervoseemod
to quiver with a peculiar, crcenr
todloR first la ono place, and uea'anoThe"
S?.k1" I!?".0? ""'!' t.oncentra,o In
"t.juuuu m mo orain, and you ba.
cooo trrltable. fretful and povUuf tobi
ollowod by an Impotent, kened condU
tlon of tho nervo centers, rlnjlns In the
wra. and aleepleas, miserable nt jhts ?
Dr. JlileS' Mrs- Eufeuo Eearles,
lVrvIria u 81montn St.. Elk-
llcrVine hart, Ind.. kays: 'Nor-
Re;tnrPC ua trouble had made
avidiuica rao nearly ln.n ..
Health..,.., Sh!iclaM T WMf
waa alact'SL. ! SST5SZ
worried ma untl. I w 2 ' ?5
I wally fwired I.tw . ""Vlc,e
X Bttt"w Nervine and four toUlw
of thU wonderful remedy completely curS
mo. and I am aa welt now aa 1 Z 1?
Vt. Miles' Nervine Is sold
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On city or farm property.
T. K. FORD
MONEY JO LOAN.
friiillnlf'5.000 ,0 1Sn n one sura or any
fractional part not l ,i,n -. t in, in
S!rpartErs;ihe"'nW 3S' MdK"
teyt Stark street, , Wtland. Or.
FARM FOR SALE!
5ife. Cv'i!?.led lYt mileaweatoIWapata
statiop Vamhillcoupiv, and i miles south
r, A n ll acrrof hops, large hop house,
2cres wheat land, loacre'meadow and
r L. . mMl of the balance well set in
it vanetv of um. ,;... ... j ..,, -
I mxt. . 1. . t3. UUUU Will,
rock, eaillv nn. In ,.!,;.. t .:.u ., r
I r..t. ' .... .IUU, Willi UIIU V.
f .-on every 40 wes. Will sell in tracts
w.Yjcsorrnore at prices from fJSo up.
--.-, w.iiuing 10 location and improve
ments. Easy term. Pn r..r..-.
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