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Thousands arc in
They aro despondent and gloomy, cannot
elecp, bare no appetite, no energy, no
ambition. Hood's Barsaparllla soon brings
belp to such people. It gives them pure,
rich blood, cores nervousness, creates an
appetite, tones and strengthens the
stomach and Imparts now llfo and in
creased vigor to all tho organs of the body.
Is tho Ono True Blood rurlfler. All druggist. (1.
Hood's Pills euro all Liver Ills. gscent3.
Daily Capital Journal
BY HOFRR BROTHER",
TUESDAY, UGUST 31, 1897.
Massed awnv. nnd In a ccncral dearth lion croh. And thorolsnpttobomoro
of men or women of letters we are money Itl fruit Mian imps.
The rains have had one good effect
dampened the disposition to organ.
Izc strikes In borne of the liop yards.
The prevailing price Is '& cents, with
40 cents a box paid In some light jardtf.
At thin rate a good picker can make
from $1.75 to $2.f0 a day As money
will buy more tlnn it would ,1 few
ears ago, there Is a general opinion
that 35 cents Is nearly a fair price,
with all tho risk on the grower.
The showers thatset in Sunday ce
ning need alarm no r-ne. Oregon has
a splendid hop crop and will make a
large quantity of first-class hops. The
rains arc not pleasant for campers
hut will lay the dust, clean the yards,
and If not followed by frost will not
hurt the yards. All talk about mold
in hop yards on account of cold rains
is to be discounted.
Private letters from the Klondike
give evidence that the Salem repre
sentatives in the Alaska goldiields
are able to take care of themselves.
The reports from John Singleton and
Ernest Wagner, show tha they are
men of good mettle, who will probe
that region to the bottom. They hold
valuable claims and will with pick and
'pan make a home-stake before another
As Marlon county politics is torn
up over the injection of Senator Pat
terson's candidacy for the Portland
Collectorship, a few sidelights may
not be out of place. Senator Patter
son has been a successful politician as
v Oregon politics goes. lie Isa feeble
Imitator of Senator McBrlde's Mach-
iavcilan methods the still-hunt, the
silent man, the underground worker.
With Mr. Brophy he lias manipulated
tho primaries and followed the bid
ding of ithe sick man at tho state
house until the latter stepped into
Senators Dolph's shoes and the Pat
terson and Brophy embraced on the
floor of the joint convention with a
"Didn't we do Itl" '-Didn't we do
It I" that shocked the ears of both tho
Dolph men and the sincere opponents
to Dolph. Now they are to be re
warded. No one doubts that ir Mr. McBride
can bring It about Patterson and
Brophy are to have the fat places at
Portland. The Patterson push Is on
the Inside. It gets all the prolltable
cream at the asylum and penitentiary.
It has the call at tho state treasury,
Itthlnksit nceds.ln order tolIve,the
cream of the federal offices. And it
Bcldom goes after anything It does not
get. The Republican party exists for
Its boneilt. But this time it looks as
if tho Patterson nnd Brophy push had
overreached. It has aroused tho bet
ter elements of the Republican party
solidly ngatnst It Both men still hold
offices and both havo public patron-!
ago enough to make any ordinary man , "est,
rich. What do Patterson and Brophy that of using
want of any more, ask tho Republi
cans who do the campaign work?
They aro willing to keep Patterson
and Brophy In office all their lives as'
they no doubt deservo at the hands of
But when It comes to doubling up
on office-!, and hogging all tho "pap."
they revolt und ask who are Patter
son and Brophy anyhow, Thj gen
eral Impression Is, those pillars of;Re
publlcunlsm Jin Marlon county aro
almost ready to tumble. They have
overreached and tho enraged elephant
of the Republican circus will tramplo
on their stallfed forms. When they
coma out of the molee they won't
even behind Washington and Idaho.
In the domain of nrt our people have
nlo no harvest because they have not
sown the seed.
'I wish I could make my girls un
derstand," writes Ruth Ashmorc, ad-
dretslnir "Tho Girl Who Aspires to
Art" In the September Ladles' Homo
Journal, "that while each one should
aspire to the best work, thatiflrl Is
foo'lshwho having been once made
conscious of her mistake, persists In
offering mediocre work that deserves
no recognition whatever. If you feel
that you have the artistic instinct
and the love for color, then seek for
yourself a good art school, and find
out In what branch of work your abil
ity lies; you will then be more apt to
attain the portion you long for then
If you aro content with self-culture.
It Is a practical Impossibility for you
to teach yourself. If you have fool
ishly bele'ved all the praise that has
been given you then be sure you will
succeed. You will be wasting your
money In going to any scho6l. Put
out of your pretty head some of the
silly fancies that are there. The gl rl
who learns to draw a good wall-paper
design, who learns to combine colors
so that a rich-looking rug is the result,
who understands how to embellish a
book with a suitable cover she Is the
girl who can be called an artist. She
does not ask the world to look upon
her from a sentimental point of view,
because she has claims to distinction
and can demand recognition."
The progress and development of
woman in the better times coming
will necessitate more attention to art
The public will not be dissuaded
from demanding a show down in the
Oregon state treasury by the furious
contortions of a deputy nor the suave
but unsatisfactory refusals of the
treasurer to take the public into his
confidence. Tho public will know
some day what becomes of tho public
money that is supposed to rest in the
state treasury for years at a time. In
other states pnbllc moneys not in use
are let out to safe depositories on a
low rate of interest and bring in a
revenue to the state. But In Oregon
the people neither know where their
money Is kept, what use it is put to,
nor what it earns for those who ma
nipulate it. Tlioy never will know
until the present administration of
the state treasury Is retired and pre
vented from dictating Its own succes
sor. They may never know anything
about how much the treasury is in
solvent until a Populist treasurer is
Thomas B Reed argues about the
periodical appearance -of hard times
In the. Illustrated American of Aug
"Nothing has been more throughly
well understood by those who have
studied the past than that there Isa
regular succession of prosperity and
adversity, of adversity and prospctlty,
which varies in causes and appear
ances, but which Is substantially tho
same century after century. We will
not press too strongly the seven fat
and seven lean kind which came up
out of the sea In the dream of Phar
aoh, but you may depend upon It
that that dream had its origin in act
ual events, and that the alternation
of good times nnd hard times ante
dates the pyramids. The complex
nature of modern society, the welding
together In matters of trade of the
whole world from China to Peru and
from far Cathay to the Polar zones,
has made the periodicity of tills alter
nation more marked, more clearly de
fined, wider spread and more nearly
universal. Has it ever occurred to
you to think that the wisdom of tho
laws which govern the universe can
even in this case be justified to
humah reason and ensc, and that
hard times themselves help work nu ,
the salvation of the human race?"
It were presumption to argue with
the speaker of congress, but what Is
the use of talking about Mr. Reed and
Ills party producing prosperity, or Mr.
Cleveland and his party producing
hard times, If they come as periodi
cally as the tides ebb and flow? If
they antedate the pyramids and are
even a dispensation of Providence for
the salvation of the human race, it
seems useless to struggle against such
forces and we had better all be pie
pared to take the doe when It comes.
It Is worth taking a moment of your
time to think about an independent
newspaper, that by Its merit compels
the attention of thinking people as
well as of those who only read to be
entertained. You must advertise.
Advertising may bo done in a thou
sand ways. Any method which tells
everybody atout anything Is adver
tising. Advertising may be done by
word of mouth, or by word of type.
Advertising Is anything whlcn con
veys a message about a business or
The Editor Is In contact with the
people to whom he seeks to conyey
the news of his paper. Tho princi
ple is exactly the same with the ma
ker or handler of goods that are to
have a more than local sale.
Of all the ways of advertising, the
most certain aud cheapest is
the columns of a good
newspaper. Intelligent people with
money to spend read a live Indepen
L. It. Akin was Saturday appointed
postmaster at Wlnlock, in Grant
The equalization board meets in
Lincoln county at Toledo on Sept 13
and in Columbia county it met on
Aug 30 at St Ilcllens.
Coal oil has been discovered on the
David Brooks farm, one-quarter of a
mile from Waltcrvllle, near the bank
of the MKinzle river.
Grandma Simons of Sodaville is
probably the oldest woman In Oregon.
She Is 103 years old. She is helpless
and lies In bed continuously though
Clackamas county teachers intro
duced a resolution in their last
monthly .meeting favoring the organi
zation of a state teachers' association
separate and independent from the
present state association.
J.R. Douglas has left at the exhi
bition room in Albany eight different
varieties of onions, which weigh 17i
pounds. The harvest weighs 44 oun
ces, which Is four ounces heavier than
the $50 prize-winner last year. These
onions will be taken to the state fair.
The work of deepening the channel
at the mouth of the Yatuhlll river is
progressing rapidly, says the Dayton
Ilerald. The water being at unus
ually low stage, Is most favorable for
accomplishing the work, and It is
being pushed to completion as rapidly
as possible. Nothing hindering, the
work will be completed in about two
J.T. McNamara, while in a buggy
with a shotgun by his side In Illllboro
last Friday, lifted a dog into tho
vehicle The dog stepped on the trig
ger of the gun, dgscharglng the wepon
and the charge tore all the clothing
off of one of M. McNamara 's arms, but
he was not injured beyond a mere
Jefferson Review Thinks Sidney
Will Be a Town.
Mr. Thomas, tho manngcr of tho
Sidney flouring mill and warehouse,
was In this city Tuesday. lie has ex
pended nearly $10,000 the past year In
Improving his null property and now
has as complete a plant ns can bo
found In the state, though not so largo
as some others. The mill Is of 60 bar
rel capacity and tho warehouse has
storage room for f5,000 bushels, and
from present appearances It will bo
crowded with grain this season.
Heretofore Sidney has not been rec
ognized us a competitor in tho wheat
market, but this season It Is right at
the head as regards prices, and has
already bought a large amount of
wlie.it. Whatever price Is offered by
Mr. Thomas for wheat means just
that much net to the farmer, no sack
age or storage being deducted. It Is
the Intention of tho manager to grind
most, if not all, o'f the wheat
purchased by him into flour, but
should he wisli to do so he can sell
and ship wheat at any time, as tho
river steamer Gypsy makes regular
trips to that point throughont tho en
tile year. The people of that section
speak very highly of Mr. Thorns as a
man of strict integrity and fine bus
iness ability, and the bldnoy mills un
der his management promise to soon
become one of the most important
buslneas industries in this section
and a very profitable one both to Mr.
Thorns and tho people thereabouts.
The Review predicts that two years
hence will see a prosperous little town
at Sidney. Mr. Thomas Is at present
preparing to run a t ilcphonc lino from
that point to Salem, via Liberty,
which will put him Indirect commu
nication with) the outside market.
afraid arc perlnp'
1 hundred HmM leis dangerous tfyw ih
Ihlmj 'hey 'hltik of not at all The asas
sin tilelto is less deidly than the Utile,
insignificant, Invisible rjenns, the bacilli
of consumption This Is the thing tha
cauc more deaths than all the wars and
pestilences This is he thing that causes
oiic-sixtlt or all the deaths In the world It
finds easy lodgment in a body made weak
by wasting sickness or debility from Uck
of proper nourishment Impure blood Is a
fertile reUngnnd breeding place for them.
The man who allows his bealth to decline
who allows his blood to remain impure, and
who feels that he is growing weaker every
day is holdi'-g out an invitation to consump
tlon and tn de itl: When signs of weakness
and failing i"irt appear, they should be incl
by taking Dr IUcrcc' Golden Medical Dis
covery. Thi. is a medicine for people who
have lingering coughs, whoso lings are
weak lither by reason of cold- or heredity.
It builds up strength imn tdi ilcly It puri
lies and invigorates th blood, tones up the
digestion, strengther the nerves, makes
the sleep sound tni r fr-f'iing It nbsiMs
the body in throwing oft" all diseane germs.
Druggists are sometimes unscrupulous
enough to try and sell something else m
its place. Nothing is "just as good.;'
Nothing is nearly as good
No home library is complete without Dr.
Piorce's "Common Sense Mcdicnl Ad
viser " This handsomely illustrated, thou
sand-page volume will be sent free, paper
bound, to all who will send twenty -one
C H MACK,
Sncesscr to Dr. J. M.ltKeene, old White
Corner. Salem, Or. Parties desiring superiot
i- " ' ' ".' Corner, Salem, Or. I'arttes desiring superiot
things 01 wi id) op:ralion, at moderate fees in any branch are
they are m-sl ,, ,.,
Whit an Iticon
slstent thing a b-i
man being Is Men
po w 1 h d r a
They walk wid
of the tortn-rs, nnO
over thelt shorn
d"rs And Hit
in eApceial request,
IV LZ (1
Oculars in'all kinds of fresh and salt mean
Lard in hulk, 7c a lb. Cheapest meal in he
own. Try them. 171 Commercial st.
C. H. LANE,
211 Commercial St., Salem Or
RTSuits US upwards. l'ants$ upwandfQ
to pay the cost of mailing
rld's Dispensary Medical
Association, DuCTalo. N. V. If a handsome,
only, to the
French cloth bindiucr is desired, send ten
cents additional (thirty-one cento in all).
na Pinncu's Plkasant I'ivLletr ron Consti-i-ation.
Forty sugar-coited (rraiiulm. In n little
two Inch vlil the onlv tafr ami comfortable
cure for constipation Llllousncss, headaclif.sour
ttomach henrt-burn. foul breath and palpititlo J
of the heart They do not gripe, nor cause any
other unpleasant fecliuR One little " Pellet " U
a gentle laxative ; two a mild cathartic.
For Infants and Children.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
Salem, Marion county. Oregon, July, 1897.
The county court of Marion county has or.
dered the Tax Roll for Marion cjunty Oregon
10 the year 189G, closed on September 1,
1897. All taxes will bs delinquent after said
date. All persons paying taxes before that
date will save costs, as at that time all prop
erty upon which taxes have not been paid
will bo advertised and sold
F. T. WR1GHTMAN,
Sheriff and tax collector, Marion county.
Kecd Drops "Muchly."
Bran and Shorts W. cheaper than
corn. Price of mill feed greatly re
duced. Call at the mill for quotations.
Delivered, free 'n ton lots.
Salem Floukino Mjxxs Co.
Wo are prepared to receive grain of all
kinds from this day at our warehouses in
Salem and Mncleay. Grain stored or will
cnntiact for wheat. Also farmers furnished
with sacks as formerly. Call and see us.
A. M. HUMPHREY,
d iw& wim Salem, Or.
Dealer in GROCERIES, PAINTS,
OILS, WINDOW GLASS, VARNISH,
and the most complete stock of
BRUSHES of fall kinds in Ithe state.
Artists materials, lime, hair, cement
and shingles, aid finest quality of
"WANTED first class salesman to take
charge of branch for and eastern house.
Must be well acquainted with clothing
trade of this city. Address in confidence
care of this paper, F, A. C, 8 3itf
Proposals wll be receive! by the Com
mon Council of the City of Salem up to V
hour of 4 o'clock p m September 7, i?97,J
fnrnish the City of Salem eighty cnrdi. I
large fir wood, the same to be dry and ound
and to be delivered at any place within the
corporate limits designated by the Common
council, and not later than October 1, 1S97.
The right to reject any and all bids
ED. N. EDES,
Salem, Or , Aug. 12, 1897. Hd&w
Proposals will be received by the Common
Councillor the City of Salem, up to the hour
01 4-0X10CK p. m., septemoer 7, 1897, to
furnish Jthe City of Salem 25 tons soft gas
coke, to he delivered at any placo within the
corporate limits designated by tho Common
Council and not later than October 1, 1897.
Coke to be delivered at call of council.
The right to reject Jany and all bids is
ED. N, EDES,
Salem, Or., Aug. 12, 1897. 14 d & w
STENOGRAPHING AND TYPEWRITING.
Legal and commercial work a specialty
Telephone one-four. Office with Sherman
Condit & Park, Gray block. Dictation take
at your office nnd work returned on shor
4 30 t STELLA SHERMAN.
T. H JhTAAS,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
Makes a specialty of fine repair work, Selb
Thomas clocks, etc., 215 Commercial Street
Meets all masl and pisscngor trains,
gage and express to all paits of the
Salem Branch 108 of the Labor Exchange,
are now prepared to furnish at short notice
Sand and Gravel ol any grade, and of the
best quality, and in any quantity. Telephone
175. 6 25 im
SEE D. Si BENTLEY.
If you want to move or want a load ol'any
kind hauled or want a load of manure, dirt,
sand or gravel, or cement, lime, hair plaster,
brick or sewer pipe, see D, S. Bentley, cor
ner of Front and Chemeketa streets or ting
up telephone 30. Also wood and coal on
hands at nil timesCOrders prompfiy attended
CALL FOR WARRANTS.
Notice is hereby given that there are funds
on hand applicable to the payments of all
warrants of the City of Salem, endorsed on or
before February 1, 1896, drawn upon.tlie gen
eral fund. Please present sa'd warrants for
paymtnt at Ladd & Bush bank, as interest on
same will cease from the date of this
A. A. LEE,
Salem, August 10, 1897. 14 iod
NOTICE FOR BIDS.
Bids will be received by the commissioners
court for Marion county at the September
term, 1897, for competent persons to board
and take care of the poor of Marion county
from November I, 1897, during the pleasuro
of the court, the county furnishing the farm,
house, bedding and clothing. The court re
serves the right to reject any or all bids.
Bids may be filed with the county clerk until
Wednesday, September 8, 1897, at 4 p. m.
L. V. EHLEN,
8 6 d 31 w td County Clerk.
It is a too frequent abuse of horses
In tills country for riders to let tliem
(stand for hours under saddle, after a-
long hard ride perhaps, cinched up so
tiRhtly they can hardly breathe. It
Is nothing less than Inhuman.
"Loosen up tho cinch," is a rule of
tho California vaqucro, tho cow boy,
and tho humane man the world over.
In buylnij medicine as In other mat
ters It Is economy to iret Ilood's
Sarsaparllla because there Is more
medical value in Ilood's Sarsaparllla
than in any other. Every bottle
of Hoods Sarsaparllla contains 100
doses and will average, taken accord
ing to directions, to a month, while
others last but a fortnight.
Ilood's Pills are the only pills to
take with Ilood's Sarsaparllla. Easy
and yet efllclcnt.
LOST., A coin silver express badge with
the words "Express Baggage No. 71,"
with a hatband attached. Finder please
leave at tho Journal office. 8 28 3
Oregon 'hus at present almost no
writers who aro pioduclng what
might be called oven current litera
Interest in a man nnd respect for
his character nnd opinions grows in
proportion as ono hears ho Is likely (0
iet urn from Klondike with $50,000 to
$100,000. lie Is no fool If ho oven gets
back ullvo with a home-stake of $10,-000.
Cheap Railroad Rates.
The low rate of one faro for round
trip will be Klven by the Southern
iracillc from any point on their lines
111 un-yuii, uj uuuuiu an lu ubM-'iiu.
Tho people's stae Institution for the
improyement of agricjlture and tho
mechanical and household arts. Rep
resented In district departments, and
divisions for the lntclllgentexhlbition
of the various types of horses, cattle,
Dli.nn ciolnA nnrl r.m1w. .n1 m n ..
10111.11, on iiiu, unu i'uuibij, uuu many
classes of machinery and Implements,
tuuuuiuuiiuiua, .uiu iiiuiuiiuiiuisc, U1U-
slcut instruments, domestic manu
facture, women's work, science and
art. The people of the state are
especially invited to participate. Let
us demonstrate tho capabilities of
OrcKon and Oregon people. Ono fare
for the round trip. Popular admission
of 25 cents. tf
WANTED A good fresh milch cow at the
Oregon School for the Blind. 8 28 3t
HOP PICKERS Before going to the bop
tiem can at iiarnit a Lawrence ana pet a
bottle of Chloro Naptholeum, The best
remedy in the world for scratches, burns,
bruises, etc. 8 28 3t$
at ithf m n pnerrnrnPF
(II I I Ilk. Wh.kS f WW VI I IVLI
Family Wine and Liquor Store
Removed from 102 Sta'e to 199 Commercial
streei Bottled goods of the besi quality.
. . VI AVI .
A home treatment for all forms of women's
diseases also stomach and kidney troubles,
catarrh, nervousapro3tration and general de
bility. Hours 3 to 6 p. in. 340 Liberty it.
Call or address
MRS. F. E. ALFORD,
7 8 Manager for Marion county.
J. S. iffllffl
!v 1 AS. 3
very inf.ercc.fin, r. .
s cts ej
SublCCt of nnJ
a copy at our Salem ag
w' J HUFFMAN
Corner Ferry ad vUrt,,Ueta
$ . t
gs ana best U
alwatsin rea.lln... 1
rrCuHi or no.mt.in pinls.,,
Saiom later (
arOillce in City iia
rrrtiiil l ... ,
All Irrigation bills for the 1
win oe aue und payable th ul
Street sprinkling throughUu
evoiui luiji iJiuiiiuiiea.t
No deduction fnr Inlti. j.
absence unless water Is cam"
No allowance made for part tti
fun uo iuuiu waier is needed uj
uuuu negieciea lawn tbanl
use for the entire season.
If you aie going 10 Newport tku 1
write to Join -iiimiisuu. Helm kl
rent; he alto his a team and will lialpl
butiuiic ur camping gr0UH3 It RtwJ
From Salem to Wilhoit SpnnnnS
ton. r '
Ltave3 bilv.ilun fjr Sales at6jo U
Mondays, Wedt esdavs anJ Fndil eq
to hilverton am; days, icivioj SiLatJ
v tuiv (J, ill. 0
Leaves Silverton lor Wilboit Swjfl
430 a. n . Mond ajs WednesJirf 11IH
aays, returning to hilrtnon la
Thursdays and baturdavs.
Leaves Salem from WesUcoU'iUa
b are Round trit frOmSiliertooBi
$ 1. Round tnp from Salem to Wilta (
Round ttip from Silverton ti Wdlait
THE Iff YflllK 1
18 napes a week.'
FOR ONE DOHA
State street, near railroad." Freshest and
best meats. My patrons say I keep the best
meats in town. 2 2
GIRL 'WANTBD For two or throe weeks
in small family. Address A, care Journal.
The rains are liable to damage the
Tlio older ssliool of writers has pruno and fruit crop, nioro than the
FORSAI1& Ono bay mare. Gentle and
kind, not afraid of cars. Price made to
suit purchaser. Inquire of C. W, Scriber,
South Commercial street. 8 27 3tt
WANTED. .Agents, $20 to $25 a week sure
to workers no capital needed new goods;
new plan sells at sight eyery family
needs itHOUSEHOLD SPEC. CO., Box 424
Cincinnati, Ohio. 7 3 sat 26 t
FOR SALE Beautiful residence property
with first-class impovements. Inquire (at 376
Fourteenth street, Saiem, Oregon. 7 16 tf
FOR SALE., We have a 12 acre orchard in
full bearing and in a high state of cultivation.
Close to postoffice and 3 miles from Salem ,
Will sell cheap. Inquire of Hansen & Lan
don, sash and door factory, Saiem. 6 28 tf
MRS. N. B. SCOTT.-Stenographer and
typewriter, room 6, over Ladd& Bush's
bank. Prompt attention to all classes of work.
WANTED UPlUGfll' AND FAITHFUL
gentlemen or ladies to travel for responsible,
established house in Oregon. Monthly $65
and expenses. Position steady. Reference,
Enclose self-addressed stamped envelope,
The Dominion Company, Dept. H, Chicago.
NOTICE FOR BIDS.
Bids will be received by the commission
ers' court.of Marion county ai the September
term 1897, for furnishing at the court house
twenty(2o)cords of body fir in five (5)cord
lots from any one person also for fifty(So)
cords of pole oak in ten (10) cord lots from
any one person. The court reserves the right
to reject any or all bids. Bids may be filed
with the county clerk until Wednesday,
September 8, 1897, at 3 p. m.
8 6 d 3t w td County Clerk.
Insure Your Life
Academy Sacred Heart, ff
Studies ill resume September 6, 1897.
For particulars regarding boarders and day
pupils, apply at the academy. The music
and art departments furnish all the essentials
for advanced study.
Salem Steam Laundry
Please notice 1he cut-in prices
on the fc Ilowingi
Sl-ts, plain locenu
Unuer drawers StoiocenU
Socksjperpair 3 cenls
Handkerchiefs 1 cent
Silk handkerchief s 3 cents
bneets and pillow slips 24 ccnts'per dozen,
and othev work in proportion.
Flannels wd other work in5
telhgently washed by hand.
Col, J, Olmsted Prop,
The Independent Order of Foresters.
Established for 23 years Membership on
May i, 1897, 111,722. Surplus, June 1, 1897,
z,zz3,320.89 Age Jimit, IS to 55 years
itaies as per age irom 00 cents to J3 per
inousanii. 1 weive assessments yearly. Hal3
your policy on total disability and balance at
70 years or at death. All assessments stop at
70 or on total disability Services of Court
physician free. Court Willamette No. 145.
meets 1st and 3d Mondays of each month,
in Forrester hall, in Turner block.
on or address
FRANK W. POWERS,
Dryers new in operation on onr place near
the asylum. Call and see them,
Fruit growers are invited to investigatttbei
fore buying or building a drier. Our claim
are; 1. Unlimited capacity. 2, Cheapness
of construction 3, Rapid production. 4
Easy, cheapness and simplicity of process(
Write me for testimonials and experience o
growers who are using the Steevens since two
years. Estimates and specifications furnished
orjdrien built. Addre;s
G. A. STEEVENS. Salem, Or.
Ladles Who Value
A refined complexion must uso Pozxonl's Pow
der, It produces a soft and beautiful skla.
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