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Among the Salem business women
i a At... I Itunhnnila la f vsa f1 TV
iicip w vuuii iiusuouuo ., .o. .
nubrlclson. Who iCOndUCtS Ills 111-
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SUranCO OfllCO In llU absence Writing
rl.lrn.rir In clllirira Of tllO State fair
Mm. nnhrlolnnn Is a rmtlvc
nnrl n n,nn,rw,P nf thr, nil-
low an and a
incrous Iowa colony, of whom that
state may well be proud. Mrs. Ga
brielson has also developed Inton very
elllclcnt assistant secretary of the
State Agricultural society.
Alex La Follett and Bent Jones, of
Mission Bottom, arc generally consld-1
crcd to be pretty good men and one
seldom hears of anything particularly
...nnnnhnntoithnrnf t.tipm. nut. wt. '
IllbUII UUUUU VtWHWI Vf vaaw- I
have recently heard something nyc
consider it our duty to publish. As all
know, they grow very fine peaches and
supply the Salem market. They have
a neighbor by the name of Wra. Col
lard, an older man than cither, who
also grows peaches and, as that is a
great peach region, there Is not a lit
tle rivalry to gcMho start or eacli
other In supplying the market.
What did Lafollett and Jones do. but
go to the principal retailer of tine
peaches at Salem, Gld Stciner, and
say to him: "See here, you buy Col-lard't-
peaches. He Is an older man
than we are. We can rustle and sell
ours on the outside. We wont ask
you to take any of ours unlebSCol
lard hasn't got enough for your trade.
That will help Collard out with a big
crop and we'll manage to sell ours "
And thoy have kept their word.
Stelner has sold hundreds of bushels
of the Collard peaches and Bent Jones
and Alex La Follette have sold their..
You don't often hear of neighbors In
Oregon or any other state giving up
the market to one another in that
i L'lin. Rlely and Mrs. Rlely have
lately returned from near Pilnevllle,
where Mr. Rlely was book-keeper for
a big stock company, that owns hund
uvds ft square miles of range and has
countless thousands of cattle. They
have a large mercantile business and
Charley says it is nothing unusual for
a man to corns in and pay $500 on his
store i.ecount. If a farmer here owed
a merchant $500 he'd have a deputy
sheriff on each corner of the place for
fear some one would make a haul-off.
Sheep herders are paid $40 a month
and money is plenty In Crook county.
There is probably more wealth per
capita in Eastern Oregon than any
where else In the wrid. Mr. Rlely is
an Interesting talker about that
country and is also very much grati
fied because ills wife has completely
recovered her health.
Mr. Field Corn has become a resi
dent of Oregon. We have seen good
pieces of dent corn all over the west
ern part of the state this summer.
Near Marlon Station, In Polk
county, and near Salem are patches of
corn from one to thirty acres, that
will yield about half an Iowa crop.
"GREATEST ON EARTH."
Dr. Miles' Iteatorallvo Norrlno.
iilr. R. T. Caldwell, Is book-keeper In
tho First National Bank of Fulton, Ky.
''J vrtis completely run down. My nerves
keeiwo Mi unstrung through loss of Bleep
nnd worry that I folt sure I would bo com
pelled topi vo up ray position I would Me
jiwako allnlfc'ht long, and It took but little
U. T. O ALDWKLL.
to Ebako mo up bo that I could not possibly
attend to my business as I should. In
connection with this I bad llw troviiU,
Jieavlness about tho stomach, and pains In
different parts of my body. X was alsomuch
.reduced In flesh. I was persuaded to try
Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine.
I first procured a i M bottlo from a local
druggist and good n jnlttqulcklyfollowed. I
ll,on procured adollnr bottle, and by the timo
I had used this up I was adlffereutman. I
urn now on my third bottlo and am able to
tleep soundly and eat regularly, something
I could not possibly dp beforo taking your
Nervine, lam now fuUu reamered and do not
.hesitate to pronounce Dr. Miles' Bestoratlvo
Nervluo tha oreatest nervine on earth.
Fulton, Ky. R. T. CALDWELL.
Dr. MHos' Norvlno is .sold; on a Mj?
?!.... JT. C. O.tArct. Itnflln will lXinCllt.
Alldrogelsuseltltatll.6 bottles tot&.ot
Jtwlllbosent. prepaid, on receipt of Prlco
tilirtisentrprVpaldron nSTA of jiflco
lyoDrTMUcS Medical Co., EJkhartiodi.
Dr. Miles Nervine ?&.
ABOUT OREGON people.
-"j wL -f
tho tassels aro dry, the husks arc
opening, and the heavy earn arc hang-
Injr(,ownward Mf Jlug Ruef nn
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WSt WCCR or AUgUSt. lie Says half a
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I. w1 fnttAnltin l.nm. ., .. n ntlinl.. ....... I..
uuu lubkuiiiu iiu(j5 us a vvuuie muji III
l0VVU- That 13 became WO hOTO Very
llttlo or no cold weather. There Is no
trouble at all In raising 20, 30, or 40
bushels corn to tho acre and ripening
It. But tho farmer who docs till
must have stock to feed It to. Corn
lina nnt. rinlv l-trwrmm n rnalrlnnt. tf Civ-
egon but a permanent resident, When '
The JooitNAii talked up raising corn
regular Held crop in Oregon a
few years ago it did not so soon ex
pect to see result s on so large a scale.
But we still believe in corn. Wtfbe-'
llevc it is much better to put summer "'" Ul 1"'"'' wiiurem luu unure
fallow Into corn, If It can be used, be- 1'h,U had Brown loether'
..... , , . . I A former Eugene woman issuing
cause cultivation needed to make a for advorce and alxmt $250,000. Her
crop will clean the soil, and the stalks i,U9baud Is worth $500,000.
and roots plowed under will aid nltro- j A flre destroyed the threshing ma
gen to the soil, just what wheat land chine and considerable grain on the
One of the interesting characters of
tho Capital City is Charles Wolz, bet-
tcr known as the little German
butcher. He has just celebrated his
50th birthday by taking a tew glasses
of beer with some German friends and
talking over old times. Wolz came to
America as a llttlo boy, returned to
Germany In time to serve in the Im
perial Guard under King William, of
Prussia, in the Framo-Prusslan war
of 1870, was at Sedam, Metz and
Gravcllotte, took part in the siege of
Paris and came back from shooting
Frenchmen tocarylng steaks, chop
ping sausage and buying cattle of
American farmers. He has been on
the coast for over twenty years and
raised a family of sturdy children, of
whom Mr. nnd Mrs. Wolz are very
prdud. Of late Charley hasi got the
gold fever and has been prospecting
on Gold creek, not far from the won
derful temple once visited by The
Journal man. Charley works hard
and desires to wrong no one. ne has
a constitution like iron. Wolz meas
ures about 4G Inches around the chest
and prides himself on the fact that ho
can He down and let a 200 pound man
dance a jig on his breast. Of a happy
disposition, tills writer predicts he
will not always be tno little German
butcher. He has boys nearly grown
and may one day strike It rich, as he
is only In his prime. It Is not much
over twenty years since the present
state treasurer, Hon. Phil Metschan,
was only a little German butcher in
Eastern Oiegon, where it is said a
smart man can run a butcher Bhop
and not buy nearly so many cattle as"
here. But here's .luck to Chas. Wolz
and his family ! May they live long
and happily, and may they always
UNION PARTY PLATFORM
Adopted at Albany, OteRon, June 2
We demand the tree nnd unlimited coin
age of gold and silver at the ratio of 16 to
independent of the action of any other nation
That the government shall issue all money
without ithe intervention of banks, and in
quantity adequate "to the needs of the people.
mat an money jmucu u ws husiui;iii,
whether gold, silver or paper, shall be legal
tender for all debts, public or private.
That no contract or law shall descriminate
against any kind of money issued by the gov
We arc opposed to the issue of United States
interest-bearing bonds in time of peace.
We demand the redemption of Oregcn from
rings, commissions and corrupt methodt, and
demand honest elections and election laws,
including stringent registration laws.
We dimarm mar inc peopje uiau nave m
veto CLwer oer all lecislative inactments b
the use of the referendum.
We demand the election of all officers by a
direct vote of the people.
We favor and advice that all nominations
for municipal and county officers, including
members of the legislature, shall be made by
We recommena tnai mis pany uu uc
known as the Union party, and invite all re
form forces of the state to unite wun us in
realizing these principles by united efforts,
and we pledge ourselves to unite with such
reform forces in carrying out this bond of
Low Excursion Rates.
The Southern Pacific will make a
one fare rate from all points on their
lines in Oregon to the Oregon state
fair which opens Septembes 30 and
October 8. A big harvest and a big
fair. A clean, vlgorious, dellgbtfyl
and comprehensive exposition of
everything pertaining to the farm
,mri inrtnor. Good races and amuse
ments of all kinds. Special attrac
tion every day. ,
wiiii t.iin nrftsent ron nrosoects and
the extremely low railroad of one faje
tnr iio ron ml t.rin. the neonle of Ore
gon can afford to patronize astute fair
mat oeneuii an ciuusKo. ii""
mission of 25 cents.
Jeff Cornclison, of Myrtle Point, In
nttomntlne to Jump from a runaway
ll I.,- .unnlr dlclni-n tpH lllS lllfl
" ""' "'";; T ,,,"",. !n.
and shoulder and Injured llraieir in-
Are enlnlns favor mnlillr.
. ;: "rrr:r.r. t""t
jiusiiiM men. sua traye!.
icia rairry loom .in Tesl i
poekett. Ual carrr'tlTani
In panea, -hooaakeepwrs kep them In medicine
elo.eU, friends recommend Ibem to frlendi. Mc.
Mrs. Elvlna LeBbise. need 51. of
Eugene, died last Monday of cancer,
Twin Corliss engines hove been or-'
dered for the Pendleton scouring mill.
Abel Rce'd, of Forest Urovej died
Tuesday at his home at the ago of
The Poilt residence at Springfield
burned Monday evening. Los? $1400.
Gov. Whltcakcr. of Eugene, dug a
Grlsby farm near Independence
At Hood river it Is reported that
some very rich gold-bearing quaatz
has been found on Lewis river near
Rail Vaughn, of Eugene, killed a
large eagle in Western Lane county,
which measured six feet eight Inches
from tip to tip.
Henry L. Brown, of Eugene, an old
soldier, fell from a cliff on the wagon
road at Tllton rock on the Sluslaw
road. He died from the effects.
Mr. Travis, a young man about 18
years of age, broke the record of crate
making at the cannery In Eugene
Monday. He made 200 crates.
T. F. Kerns exhibited twelve Sharp
ies prunes at Eugene that weighed
31i ounces. They have tho flavor of
the French prune, but are much
Attorney Brlggs, of Ashland,,a stu
dent of frtlit culture in- (Jackson
county, says that yellow Jackets are
death on all kinds of moths that prey
There Is. to be a .meeting in the In-
terest-of a beet sugar factory at Inde
pendence In view of starting one
there. Mr. Ri Kuhnc, of Portland, Is
Dan Maloney.the man recently shot
in The Dalles, by Jake Prowley, of
Glenwood, Wash., died Tuesday from
his wounds. He was formerly mar
shal of Tho Dalles.
II. S. Wilson, receiver of The Dalles
National bank, stated that the con
trolier will shortly authorize a dlvl
dend of 25 per cent, making CO per
cent realized to depositors In 30 days'
Hon. Thomas H.Tongue has sue
ceeded In -locating tho lost muster
rolls of the companies of volunteers
that fought the, Rogue river Indians
In 1853, O. F. Hixoo, one of the In
mates of tho Roseburjr soldiers' home,
was a member of one of the com
panies, and say 8 that they had long
endeavored to obtain recognition from
the government, but were informed
that there was no record of their ser
vices in the war department. But
through the efforts of General Lane,
when a delegate In congress, they had
received pay for their services by a
special act, and Mr. Tonguo traced
this up and found the muster roll3 in
the treasury department.
Here are a few
words from a
woman to wo
men. There is
no theory about
There is nothing
about it that
cannot be read
ily proven. It
Is a voluntary
a woman who has been restored to health
and strength, and who wishes that her
own experience may be duplicated by
the experiences of others.
Mrs U Pedraon. of I'alr Crovei Greene Co.,
Mo., writes 1 ' In July 189$ I wa confined. My
confinement wa premature. About ill weeks
arter I w taken -with evre flooding I htd
tl.t best doctor the country afforded. 1 took med
icine for about two months but cot no better. I
wa. very weak could not do any of my work.
Could scarcely lift a chair Buffered with pain In
rcj back and hlpi and bad wreneu deep, low
dowi. uztaa mc I had Inflammation and ulcer.
tlou... 'bcloctor utd. I concluded I would
consult l)r X. V fierce. I wrote to you (riving
you a ful' description of roy case. You advlied
-me-terta.ke.your Parorlte Weacriptlon.' I be
van. 4aUa.H;l once In three dayi I could feel
fjcpar&a. HoafcHlte bottles and the result wti
a tomjflflt iur:U haa been six months (luce 1
ued your medicfue and I feel no return of the
dlte&it at til I with ttso to say I had not beet'
strong 'of many fan I had taken patcut wed
Idnea nl , 01 attended by doctor but got tin
belter T'I.y there I not a stronger woman In
Ihc country liao I tra I suffer no pain at all
can work oh S.yanil not be tired at night 1 Cat,
cheerfully w'fiftl I believe I owe my health .0
the JM-ai your valuable medicine, and your good
U m mrwnf fir. plercr "Common Seuse Med
ic AdvUer " In every houae la the United
SUte naif 'he lckce in the countrj could be
prt-eDled 1 hi great work of over a thousand
rigts is -omiilctely illutrnted with ovi ihie
undred birturx It contains many simple Inea
pensive reiU for curjiitriht common at roeula
which ariit In every family Dy following U
ad rice 1I111U1
bomr litstiuenl may be given
fctlmcut. Strioun tlcVncs ratr
be orevented and mauv doctor Mils vtd
lot many xutc amncuia
Nearly T coplc hare been told at (I jo per
voliiuit had dcw an edition, papcr-bonnd, (
half milliou U betas dlitributcd aUolutclj
rice It wit. be acol tKl-paid to any out who
will send i we-cent atamirt ta pay the com of
mailing i tu the World' Dtpen4ry Mttlcal
I3Em M.la Mrret. Uuflilo W V
,f yoownt prtocbclub Utdlng.twU.tenU
E. M. ROWLEY,
I am still on deck with a line assortment of crockery, glassware and China
ware to bo sold at "same price"' tho next 30 days. Also havo just received
fifty toilet sets of tho finest patterns that 'ever came to Salem. Call and bo
Yellow corn meal 10 lb sk 20
White do do 20
Either white or yellow 25 lb sk.. 40
Seminole, 10 lb sack 30
Graham, 10 lb sack 25
Grano, V pkg 25
Rolled Oats, "Cream" V lb ... . 0
do second do ... . 4
Whole wheat flour 25 lbs 75
Six brands, V sack.- $1 to$l 05
"Subject to change In price.
Rooster 2 lb can 15
do 1 lb can 10
Preferred stock, none better 2 lb . 25
tin do 1 lb 15
Salmon, 1 lb 10
Sardines. French 20
do American do
do do Per dozen
Corned beef 2 lb can
Deviled nam Y can
Nice and fresh Oregon 1 lb comb
Babbett's, V can
Salem, pure leaf, tresh 5 lb pall.
do 10 lb pilll
Saleru Hams, sugar cuied
Side Bacon do
Shoulders, suar cured
Plain or mixed, Y hottlo 25
By keg, 5 gal "
New Goods. In bulk Y gal 33
18 lbs 81 00
Arm and Hammer, V pkg 8
Arm id Hammer, in bulk.O lbs 25
VCakelOc; 3 for
B.S. V.P.,5tb pkg
Liverpool, 50 lbs 50
Liverpool, 100 lbs 90
niggins Dairy, 50 lbs 75
Half ground 50 lbs.
do 100 lbs
20 oz. Savon
Savon, V 20 bar box 50
Best borax V cake
Ivory, 3 bars
Lennox c; 3 for
Pepper, whlto Y It) ' 25
Pepper, tine shot, V lb 20
Allspice, Y lb 20
Clo'"", V lb 23
Nutmegs, V lb 75
SPICES IN CANS.
Pepper 10c- $1 00
Mustard 10c 1 00
Ginger 10c 1 00
Allcpico 10c 1 00
Cinnamon 10c 1 00
Cloves 10c 1 00
Cayenne 10c 1 00
Several kind, V pkr 10
Drips.lgal cans 00
do 2 gal keg. 75
Bulk, gal 50
A good, pure syrup for buck-
wheatcaks, V can $ 1 00
Wc carry as good teas Mis grow, nil
kinds and grades.
. iv . r.n
xoungiiyouu. v u , "
do do , 23
nr,i.,u rir,iir Fr.
Manufactured by the
rcpald. Circular Free.
Drug Co., distributing
For sale by D.
J. C, Wright,
Best Gunpowder 50
A good uncolorcd Japan 30
English Breakfast ;.. 25(3)40
Best elder Y gal i..2040i
GoldDust.f3 lb pkg 20.
Battle Ax, plug 25 ,
Saw Log, 32 oz plug i 00
Spear Head, plug 10
Climax, plug 40
Smoking V pkg 510
No. 1 bebt 40
No.2 30 j
3 dcz for 5u
Nol, V pkg 5
Gal. iats with covers 20
2 gal. Jata with covers 40 1
3 gal. jars with covers 50
Wtibhing, pints 10c; V doz $ 1 00
Frazcr's, wood box, 10c; V do...$ 1 03
C. &S., tin box, 10c; V -doz ... 1 20
i Price's Cream, 8 oz 15
Price's Cream. 10 oz 30
Royal, 8oz ' '25
Royal, 10 oz .. 45
K. C 23 oz . ..." 25
Pioneer, 8 oz 23
Yankee, 8oz 23
do 5 lbs ; 8 1 50
Glasswaro given with the Yankee.
Uave advanced, Clondyko wants
Small white, V lb 2
Van Camp's, best mado, pts. ... 25
Old Homesteads 25
Tomatoes 3 cans 20
Corn, 3 cans 25
Beans, 3 cans 25
VanCamp baked beans. . 10, 1520c
Peaches, evaporated 8
do do 01
Apples, . . , 0
Prunes, Italian Y lb 5
Balslus, seedless... 10
Lemon peel...... 20
Y H). lb 50 lbs
Costa Illca 20 18
Bio, best 20 18
Caracola 23 "21
Java, old irov 27 24
Blended Mocha andJ a va, V lb 35
do do 10 lbs.. ' 331
Java , 35
A lino roast Y lb 20
Arbuckle Y pk '1&
Soda Cartoons, 3 lbs 25
Picnic, by caso .... 1
Ginger snaps and cookies 15
Pure ., W
Lemon, 2 oz 10
do 10 oz
Dr. Price's lemon, 2 oz
t'o vanilla, 2 oz
By nalnar Br. Fesm'ti
LLV llllUll Yellow ftcrva 111 In
IYL.UlUJAL.Lf TUIa wondeiful remedy
suaraoteed to cure all nervous diseases, such a Weah Memory, Lou of
hrain rower, Headache. Wakefulness, It Maahood, MgbUy limls
alons, HerrousneM. all draiaa, los of power in Ceneratlro Orjana of
d In Teat pocket. Si.oa per box, 6 f- 55, by mall
Peau Medicine Co., l'arls, I'rance. f aue-Darli.
Hold iiv an drupviata. Anciuriiii (nooiucr
agent,. Third aud Vambill 81a., Iu 'laud, Or,
J, FRY, Salem,
BB W JB HLw JIRk Ew
TO THE EAST GIVESf 1HE CHOIUs
1 R0UiG3. r'r
Via Spokane Minneapolis at Paul and Den
ver Omaha and Kansas City. Low rates to
For full details call onjor address
BOISE & BARKF.R
agents, Salem, Oregon,
Portland San Francisco.
Steamers leave Ainsworth dock. Portlam
July 26, 31, August 5, 10, 15, ao. 25, 30.
Fare Cabin, S!teerCei 2.$o.
WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVISION.
PORTLAND SALEM ROUTESUamer
Ruth lor Portland, Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturday at 7:15 a. m. Steamer Gypsy
leaes Monday. Wednesday and Friday (at 7
a mK Returning leaves Ash street dock,
Portland, daily except Sunday, at .6 a, m.
I Passengers, given transfers to eleitric line
at Oregon City if desired, making it poaiible
to reach Portland at I p. m.
I Round trip tickets to all points
in Oregon, Washington, California or the
East. Connections made at Portland will
all rail, ocean and river lines, Call on (j. M
Powers agent, foot Trade street.
- A L. MOKLER,
Vice.pres. and Manager
W. II. HURLBURT.
Gen'l Pas. Agt. Portland, Or
For full details call on or address
G. M. POWERS-
Foot of Trade st. Local Agent,
EAST AND SOUTH
THE SHASTA 'ROUTE
Southern Pacific Co
EXPRESS TRAINS RUN DAILY,
6:oo P Ml Lv.,.;rottland. ..Ar 19:30 AM
8;jo nif Lv, . . .Satem . . . ,Lv i j:io A M
745 A m ) Ar. San Francisco Lv (S.'oo p M
Above trains stop at all principal stationr
bet. Portland and Salem, Turner, Marion.
Jefkrson, Albany. Tangent, Shodds, Ilalsey,
Harrisburg, Junction City, Eugene, Crcswell
Cottage Grove, Drain, Oakland, and all sta'
lions from Roseburg to Ashland, inclusive.
ROsenuRo mail, , daily.
8:30 AMI Lv ... I'ortiand . . Ar
1100 A M-Lv... .Salem.... Lv
1 4:30 I'M
S.'2orMl Ar....Roseburc,. Lv
l'ullman bullet sleeper and second-class
Bleeping cars attached to all through tral ng
WEST SIDE DIVISION.
BKTWKKN PORTLAND AND CORVALLIS.
Mall tlains dal ly except Sunday.
730 A M I Lv. . . . I'ortiand ,
1215 PM) Ar., . .Corvallls,
All 550 I'M
,.L,vi 1. 05PM
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
trains of the O. C & E. Ry.
KXl'RESS TRAIN DAILY BXCEPT SUNDAY.
450 P M
, , . Portland ... Ar I 825 A M
..McMinnvllle Lv) 550 A M
Direct connections at San Francisco with
Occidental aud Oriental and Pacific mail
steamship lines for 1APAN AND CHINA.
Sailins dates on application
Hates and tickets to Eastern points and
curonc. niso lAivui, V.1111M, Jiuiw
LULU and AUSTRALLIA, can be obtained
from V. W. SKINNER, Ticket Agent,
R. KOEI1LER, Manager.
C. II. MARKHAM, G. F. &P. A. Portland.
l'ullman Sleeoin" Cars
Elegant Dinln Cars
Tourist Sleeoino- Can
To St. Paul, Minncajxjlu, Duluili, rno
'irand forks, i.rooicsioti, winnineg,
Helena and Iiutte.
To Chl'-ajjo, Washington, Philadelphia, V
York, Boston, and all Print
East and South
For information, time cards, maos id
tickets, call in or vritt-
THOMAS, WATT & CO.
J65 Commercial srreet, Salem, Ur
A. D. Charlton, Asst. Gen'l. Pas Agent
Morrison street coiner Third 1'onlami, Q
MADE ME A MAN
hr AbuM anil othr Kicmm ui4 IndU-
.uiU. TlLiu Auidilrl.14 akul I " hit
mtoraXoatVlUlltylnoid Of Toasf.ul
Ut n man for war. owiJJ
,1. .. .nM .IhiI. ....kI h.. .. Mn.rli
"lV-dRfi Prarant Jiuaultr and OonauaiptloD it
takaaia tlma. tlielr niu aliowa icraudtat iujiior.
5ont ind attacta o OUKB whore,!! silL, Ia
tlit urOQ Fiutlnil tha (enalna Ajax Tabl$4. Thw
era sou. n
For salo at Salem, Or b D. J, FRY.
for purity, and for improvement of the com
plexion nothing equals Pozzowi's Poweyi.
hats cured tbouaaada ana win
oTnluuithmopJ. 1'rfca BO canu w inolna,pe
spioxazaa Ifuli troatmantl tor M.JKIlIf wail.ia
.lala wrapper, upon rocalpt ol rrloa. Cjfaflar ua.
&AX fiEMBDY CO., S
You must uo$etib4tty
keep up a good circtv
culation, It the
mainspring of Hie.
Among the masses is
phenomenal, and er
cryone -who is capable
of fudging declares that
Is perfectly health
and capable of bring
ing the very largest rc
turns to those wide
awake people who pat
ronizc its columns,
Is the homes of the
people, The, people
read it, The pe pie
support it The pec
pie defend it and it
defends the people.
unless you reach them
with your adyerttsing,
Space in the Evening
Journal is the only
means of deiag that
covers not ly Sakm
but is general all over
the state, Every trial
.fjl 1t MMwSM.'''ta