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Try our seeds, tlicy arc tlio kind
free to all upon application. Wo
SUPPLIES, conslstlQK of Hives,
SAVAGE St RB1D
Successors to the O. Dickinson Seed Co,
022 AND 324 COMMERCIAL STREET.
PiSCSl H you wish to have an abun-u-
-s-jv. ? dance of beautirul. sort, Klossy
Medicated (QmwiQ'Mvim !:"," Mliy a"""r "'
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and OTHER PEOPLE t
Renders nt Snlcm ntul other Oregon towns nro
requested to send In Items of personal and mjcIuI
noun to appear In tho Tlio (hilly mid Weekly
Governor Oecr lias signed the bill to
Kraut MIS9 1 va Templcton $5,000.
A Salem photographer olfers licr pa
trons a chance at a dl ltuond ritiK. It
Ik not one of her old cnxaifciucnt
GeneralAtorney Htuckburn, District
Attorney Hrown. Deputy L.T. Harris
and Judne W.C. Halo were before the
supreme court today argultiK the
Brnnton murder case.
L. W. Ilenson Is happy oyer Imvlcig
bought him a Kood homo In North
Salem, Just two blocks north of the
school hou.se. It has a anod bit:
triirdcn spot and went very oliotip as
atoncooflho assets of Die Williams
& England Bunking d.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications ns they cannot
reach ilio diseased portion of the ear.
There Is only or.o way to euro deaf
ucss,aud that Is by constitutional
remedies, Deafness is caused by nn
Inllamed condition or tlio mucous
Ilnlnu of the Eustachian Tube. When
this lube islutlamed you have a rum
blltitf sound or Imperfect hearing, and
when it Is entirely closed, Deafness Is
the result, and unless the Inflamma
tion can bu taken out and this .tube
restored to Its normal condition, hear
ing' will bo destroyed forever; nine
cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh,
which Is nothing but an Inflamed con
dition of tho mucous surfaces.
Wo will (,'lve One Hundred Dollars
for any cae of Deafness (caused bv
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir
F. J . Chunky As Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druirulsts, 76
Hall's Fumlly PIIIh ur tho best.
A Ghoulish Act by a Woman.
' Editor Jeurnal: - After tho
mourners and friend- lud returned
home from the burl il if i little child
last Sunt'ay, thu motl'cri'Xpri-'seil a
wish to have n few of the iL'Uo rations
whlcli covere I tie kfruve, -j umub3rs
of the fn inly returned 1,0 tho ceme
tory for th 1 i-,)Js of iftfttln j them.
Tuolr surprise wasurout on arriving
thereto sji wnnin and two (,'jrls
helping tlMiiMdlre to tho beautiful
ribbon-", btikets, c"e. Tlio girls were
apparently m tiu Iih!m it mid said to
the wouuii, !( i., if'xttii U hiuitsono
coming,'' whom up in thiy started off
a fust as they 0 juM w ilk, thu white
ribbons Huuclng front under the
The law in regard to de-tpcjlllp
grave decorations Is very severe, and
would laud the perpetratus In the pen
itentiary for a term of years, this
wjrk has been practiced quite fre
quently at the cemetery and it Is to
be hoped that the purtlos will cease.
This time tho people were caught In
the act, and are known. If anything
of the kind f.ccurs again their names
should be published.
Mothers, when your children are at
tacked by tho dreadful croup, you
need not despair; Dr. John W. Bull's
Cough Syrup will relieve and euro
this disease at once. You can always
depend on this marvelous remedy; it
never fulls to cure. For whooping
cough and measlo-cough it is the beat
remedy in thojand. Children like it.
Will cure Croup without fail.
Dote arc small and pleasant to take. Doctors
recommend it Price 23 ctoti. At all druggUu.
Srip is slaving thousands of victims.
x. Miles' Nervine issuing thousands.
. TLtLV -L"1. x 1 - '
that row. Our catalogue sent
also carry a full line of BEE
Section?, Suiokera, Etc.
AND TOILET SOAP
By Mall lOo Per Cnko
or x oo Per Dozen.
jji .Money refunded 1( tint satisfactory.
1H HtatoHlrpnt .
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THE GRAND JURY
Completes Its Work in a Very Expedi
AtC o'clock Monday, Judge Burnett
adjourned court to Thursday at 0 a.
m., when tho ballot fraud cases will
be taken up.
The grand Jury Monday evening re
turned bills as follews: J. W. Lake
nan, larceny in a store, true bill: E,
Chittenden, larcency by balllcc, true
bill; D. O. Watsoth larceny of an over
coat,not a true blll;Julu Plcard,selling
liquor without a license, not a true
John Lakenan, Indicted ror larceny
In a store, against whom a true bill
had been returned, was called Tor trial
but falling to put In an appearance,
tils cash ball of $200 was forfeited.
W, P. Hurst, respondent, vs. P. Gil
ham, appellant, appeal from Justice
court. Judgment for plaintiff on ver
dict. T, J: Jackson, appellant, vs, F, y.
Durbln, respondent, appeal from the
rccoider's court. Plaintiff's motion
for a new trial overruled, Judgment
for dofendant on vercflet.
M, V. Kays, respondent, ys, D IT.
Looncy, ot a!., appellants, nppcal from
justice court. Plaintiff's motion for
a now trial overruled. Judgment for
defendant on verdict.
J. E. llcdrlck, respondent, vs L. J.
Priest, appellant, appeal from Justice
court. Defendant's motion foi Judg
ment and motion for Judgment on
pleadings, notwithstanding tho ver
dict, argued and both overruled.
Judgment for plaintiff against de
fendant and his surety on appeal on
the verdict and for disbursements of
lower court, without costs of this
court being allnwco to either party.
Tho Marlon county gran I Jury pro
sentcd Itself at 4:30 and Informed him
that It had completed the duties and
was discharged. Tho grand Jury
failed to tile the usual white washing
report relative to thu county and
state Instltutson and Its work. The
grand Jury was composed of substan
tial taxpayers and transacted busi
ness with great dispatch, being In
6eslon seven days only.
Ileforo being discharged the grand
Jnry rectified the clerical error that
had been discovered In the indictment
It had returned against those charged
with tampering with the election
returns In this county at the last
Juno election. The bonds of the
several defendants were drawn anew
and resigned by the several sureties.
Tho following table gives tho ex.
penso of the grand jury:
IT. Pohle, foreman 914 20
II. I). Patton h -m
W. E. Her ....
I. B. Carter 17 00
E. A.M. Cone 20 00
Walter Morley 14 20
Jacob Amstutz 17 00
Former Salemltc Dead.
Mrs. George Collins, of this city,
has received the sad news of tlio
death of her sister, Mrs. J. W. Scott,
of San Fraocl6co. The deceasd lady
was about 68 years of age, and her
death, which was cuused by cancer,
occurred at 12:30 o'clock noon, Friday,
the 17th Inst. Several years ago Mrs.
Scott resided with her husband in
tills city and Albany, for a period of
about two years, and was quite well-
kuownln this city. Mrs. Scott vis
ited Salem about two jears ago, on
which occasion she enjoyed a vUll
with old acquaintances and formed
numerous other frleuds, al. of whom
tfill grievously learn of her doath
Miss Edna Seott, a daughter of the
deceased, Is quite well and popularly
Elmer Beard, agwl 14 years and
Willie Williamson, agid 14, both in-
corr.gibles h'av been coniiuttUd to
the reform school from Linn count;.
jfo-To-lia- lor FUtjr 0nl.
GHarantMd wtaoeo kablt . HWkw mJ
aon uon, blood pur. Mc. il. All drtigguU
Passage of a Bicycle Bill
Construction of Paths Will Begin at
Once, and Continue Through
The passage of the bicycle bill by
the legislature Saturday and the as
surance that has been received from
Governor Ocer that It will be signed,
delighted the army of wheelmen and
the membership of the United Wheel
ing Association, who were largely In
strumental In securing the measure,
feel that they have uot lived In vain.
It Is the Intention to begin active
work on bicycle paths Immediately.
Multnomah will build south to Clak
amas county, which, In turn, will
build north to meet the Port-
laud path, and south to meet one
which Marion county will construct.
It is expected that a path cloat
through to Salem will bo In working
order by the 1st or May, the real be
ginning of tho bicycle season.
The tax regulation will naturally
meet with considerable opposition
among a certain class of riders, but
tho majority will be well pleased with
It. The provision will ha rigidly en
forced, and members of tho wheeling
association will constitute, themselves
a committee, of the whole to report
all riders who try to doduo payment.
A tin tag which will be alllxed to
every bicycle under the law.
Following Is a copy or tho bicycle
bill, together with a list or the
counties exempted by the legislature.
A bill ror tin act to provide for the
levying and collecting or a tax on bi
cycles, for tho building and protec
tion or paths and dcllntng a bicycle.
Ku It enacted by tho legislative as
semolyof the state of Oregen:
1. There shall bo levlcdon or be
fore tho 1 day of March of each year,
a special tax of $1.2.") by the county
court or toard of county commission
ers ot each county upon each and
every bicycle wlthlu each county of
the state, except those In the hands
of tho dealers, held for sale and which
have not been sold, rented, loaned,
traded or In any manner previously
2 Immediately after tho lovy has
been made there shall bo appointed by
the sheriff or other collector of taxes
of each county suitable person or
persons to act as and to collect such
levied tax In each county; such per
son shall hereafter be known us bi
cycle tax collector.
3. The county court or board of
couutycommlssloncrs will havo suit
able receipts printed and numbered
consecutively and suitable tags made,
so that upon the pay meut of tho tax a
proper receipt and tag can be Issunn to
thu persons paying said tux
4 Tho bicycle lax collectors shall
on or before March 1 of each year pro
ceed to collect said tax, and such
must be paid within GO days from
date of levy. Upon the payment of
said tax a receipt will be Issued by
the bicycle tax collector and a tag
will be furnished, tho tag bearim; the
words "bicycle tax," (the year
will bo hero Inserted.) Under this
will be the name or the county and
the number nr tho tag, which shall
correspond with the number on the
receipt, A simple ta as for Multno
mah county for 1800 and numbered us
1205 is given herewith.
The tag will bo made so that it can
bo securely fastened to each bicycle,
upon the seat post within 10 Inches of
r. Tho absence of tho proper tag
from any bicycle Hhall bo considered
prima rude evidence that thctax has
not been paid; It shall be tho duty or
any and all peace ofllcers, deputy
sheriffs and bicycle tax collectors to
seize, securely and surely hold all
such bicycles until the levied tux and
$1 additional has been paid, us a line,
ror such non-payment.
0. It shall be the duty or every
person or persons within tho state
or Oregon who soils, transfers.
trades or loans a bicycle to
keep a list or ull bicycles sold,
transferred, traded or loaned, to
gether with the name and address of
the person obtaining tho same, and
such list shall bo open for the Inspec
tion of tho bicycle tax collector so
that the tax can be collected from
such person .
7. It shall be tho duty or the county
court or board or county commission
ors to provide such rulo3 and regu
lations ror the collection or tho bl-
GOLD DUST WASHINQ POWDBR.
"Honesty is the
Best Policy. "
ch(ever was a more pointed
saying put into print, and
yet to be honest only be
cause it is policy is a poor
kind of honesty. Better
change ' ' policy " to " prin
ciple" and the world will
like you better. In the medi
cal world there is one medi
cine honest for principle's
sake and that is Hood's
It Is the specific of tho ago for all
blood troubles. The liver, kidneys and
bowels are all toned up by its action ns
n cleanser and thus good health ensues.
It never ihsapjHihiis.
Scrofula-" After 20 yonrs of suffering
with n cancerous sore on her noso and linv
Inrj It removed hy physicians, my mother
Is hnnpy for being completely cured by
Hood'fl Sarsiipnrlllu. It took 11 bottles to
accomplish It. Her face Ii smooth, no
senr." Mms K. A. Stokes, Kpphip, N. II.
"Tho stnletnent of my ilntiRliter Is exact."
Jo8Krn Stokrh, KppttiR, N, 11.
Malaria-" I wns very low with ninlnrln.
My iloctor illtl not help 1110 mid scolded
because I would not stop work. Took
Hood's Snrsapiirilla and Kot sound nnd
well. Can cat, sleep and work well." M118.
Julia SiocKir.o, Hath, N Y.
Eczema - " My mother's faco wns
covered with eczema, face, hands nnd feet
were swollen. Hood's Sarsaparllln cured
her. We keep It on hand nnd recommend
It highly." Kev. K. K. Jknkinr, 407 Oovern
or Street, Kvmisvlllc. lnd.
Qlck HoatlachO "Inm now 22. Since
I wus 8 years old 1 suffered constantly with
Impure blood, biliousness and sick head
aches until I took Hood's Sarsaparilla by
doctor's advice. I owo my life to It." Ki.via
A. ltuMMM., Clnrcinont, N. II.
8tomnch Troilb!o-"Two years suffer
Itift with stomach trouble made mo weak,
run down, with severe, headaches. Life
was a burden to 1110 until 1 took Hood's
Sarsaparilla which cured me. It makes my
children strong and healthy." Mna. !u.
Hacii, 011 2d St., N. K Minneapolis, Minn.
Howl'' I'HU ciireUfor 111, tlifl linn IrrltMIng mill
imly ottliHMIu l late will, TTiiml' WartiumTITlit.
cycle tax as may be found to bo nec
essary. 8. For tho collection of said tax, for
the printing ol the recoipts nnd inan
uracturo or tho tags there shall be
allowed not to exceed C2 cents or each
and every tax collected. The cum.
pcnsatlon or the collector will bo reg
ulated by thelsherllT or other collector
or taxes, subject to tho limitation In
this section provided.
0. The money collected by tho pro
vision or tills act, less tho coot or re
ceipts tairs, and compensation or tho
collector, hhall be deposited In the
county treasury and shall be known as
''the path fund," and with such fund
there shall be constructed, main
tained and repaired nloug thu public
highways, and such other places as
may bo thought advlsablo by tho
county court or board of county com
missioners within tho county, such
suitable paths for tho use of bicycles
and pedestrians as may be determined
upon by thu county court or board of
10. Such paths shall be constructed
In such tnunnor that they will mt
materially Interfere with any roads,
streets or crossing, and when so con
structed It shall be c'ccmcd a mis
demeanor for any person or persons to
In any manner Injure or defuco said
path, to placo tacks, glass, wire, lion,
sticks, stones, or any other oblcct or
substance upon said path whereby tho
surely or tho path Is Imperiled or In
jury to tho bicycle or any part thereor,
or to the rider or to a pedestrian, re
sult orllablo to result. This provis
ion Is not to prevent Ingress or egress
to any Held, yard, lot or other place,
to road crossings or to tho driving, of
loos stock, providing the loose slock
(s not wnntonly driven upon said path
and due care Is taken to prevent In
jury to paths b loose stock being
driven along highways. Any porson
Injuring any path provided tor by
this act shall upon trial and convic
tion bo lined not loss than $10 or be
Imprisoned for not less than live days
or both, in the discretion of the
11. Those paths when so con
structed shall be exclusively for pe
destrian und bicyclists, it being tho
object ahdintont of this act to pro
vide for pedestrians and bicyclists a
highway boparato from that used by
teams and horsemen.
12. Bicycles, ns used In this act,
shall be deemed to Include bicycles,
tandems, quads, etc. A blcyclo is
a vehicle propelled by a rider by root
13. As there is now u growing need
In tho various counties of this state
ror additional moans of communica
tion between the homos of the people
this net shall tako cfTcct upon ltd ap
proval by tho governor.
Coluuibl'j, Clatsop, Coos, Douglas,
Wasco, Crook, Josephine, Klamath,
Lane, Lake, Llnu, Sherman, Gilliam,
Umatilla, Morrow, Union, Yamhill,
Jackson. Tillamook, Wallowa, Polk,
Lincoln nnd Malheur counties were
exempted at the request ol their sev
The Homeliest Man in Salem
As well ns tho handsomest, and others
aro Invited to call on any druggist
and got rrco a trial bnttlo or Kemp's
Balsam for tho Throat nnd Lungs, a
remedy that is guaranteed to euro and
believe all Chronic and Atfuto Coughs,
Asthmn, Bronchitis and Consump
tion. Price 2T)C. and 50o.
A Diamond Ring Free.
Tho thest Carbonettc Photos nro
now made by Spcrry, tho Artist, at
a cut rale and Include, u chance on a
bcatiful diamond ring. 2-20-Si
ELLIOTT, At tho family home, No.
.'123 Mill street, Salem, Oro. Monday
morning, February 20, 1809, to Mr,
and Mrs. N. U. Elliott, a daughter.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, la a Speedy
and elllcaclous euro for croup, whooping-cough
and bionchltis. No child
should bo left to sulTcr tho tortures or
these ailments, when parents can get
this wonderful remedy for only i:5 els.
Pry ScDIIIIdk'i Hut im mid baking corrt
(j 1 n T1 B T
P.ilnts Oili Window GlnsR Vnr
nlah, nnd tbo moat coiuplcto ft took
of BrunliOH of nil lcindfl in tlio statf
Attioto mat dials, llnio; hair; go
moot nnd nhluglos; mid tlio fluent
quality ot ernua need.
Now today aavcrtiacmomo lour linen
or 1cm In tills column maortod tnrco
timoo for 25 otn., 50 cU n weolr, $1
per mouth Ail ovor lour linos at
COW F01iSALE.-Forn fresh milch
cow three-riuurtors Jersey Inquire
at, the Clymor Farm Hi miles west
or Salem. 2 20 Gt.
LOST. A gold headed umbrollii.bear
IngnauiviorE A. Shcrwln. Finder
will conrer a favor by rcturi.lng to
.Journal' Olllec, 20 :it.
FOR SALE. -Thoroughbred l'lyinoth
Hock and Brown Leghorn hens for
sale cheap. Jo Card with Harrllt &
bawrenco. 2 10.lt;
FOR SALE. Gents wheel-Great
bargain for cash, Apply at once to
"Conovcr tho business printer"
Dearborn'sBook Store. 2-10-1 w
WANTED An agent In every town
to sell Oregon reach Bitteis. Ad
dress A. Klas, Aumsvllle Or. 2 7 2w
BOY WANTED. A rol tabled boy
from 15 to 17 years or age, to Icaru a
trade. Apply to "O," euro Journal
OLOTHINO CLEANED-Dyed, re
paired nnd pressed tit Steam Dyo
Works, 105 Commercial street op
posite Willamette Hotel. 28 tf
FOR SALE At asliluud, .'10 acres, 10
In rrult, lu peach belt, lino house,
best water, climate, and school
clear tltlo and easy terms. A. C.
Guthrie, Pliilumath, Ore. 1 27-1 nit
FOR SALE 10 passenger wagonette
II rat cluss, uiadu to order, will sell
cheap. Willamette hotel. I 25 tf
CLOTHING CLEANED-Dyed, re-
paired una pressed at steam uyo
Works. 105 Commercial street. op-
poslte Wlllamutto Hotel. 1 lBtr
CAR LOAD -Or wheels coming to
Salem. Wo am enlarging our whop
and Increasing our facilities ror
making repairs. Wo havo a large
assortment or new covers and guar
unleo to satisfy our patrons. Bring
your wheels and umbrellas when
repairs aro needed to Oardaer &
Wulle, 228 Liberty street, Holman's
block, next door to steam laundry.
1 20 if
FOR SALE On easy terms 115 uurus,
35 under cultivation, 7 acres of or
chard with 1000 treos mostly winter
upplcs5 to 7 years old, one-half
mllu from railroad station, good
town and school, uood Improve
ments, u lino dairy and stock farm
with plenty of wild range, g iod
neighborhood, flue springs, one
third cash, long tlmo on balance.
Fine stock ranch. Apply to E.
HOUSE CLEANERS- Romeiiiiber
that tho bust and choupest oarput
paper Is tho heavy felt paper sold
utTiii'.JouitNAi, olhce. 20-tf
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE. 10
acres or smooth land well Improved
lu Los Angelos county, Cal., good
und deep soil 10 acres In rrult trees
U years old, 7 acres vineyard, 11 acres
alfalfa, 40 shares or water right,
picket and wire fence around place,
5 room house, stable, hay shed,
wugonand cow shod, a yory lioaltliy
place, ror Salem property J 111II08
from pohtoillcu, bchool und church
2 from railroad station, A place
near to Corvnlli or in It would do.
Apply to T. II. Lloyd, Sixteenth
und Leu streots. 2-1 lot
MUSICAL .A limttid numlwr of tudnu
taken, on piano, violin, guitar, mandolin
and zither Alto German and French
lotion given Amu M. Kralu, Mimic
tiudio, O14 hlock, room 5. Call fiom 2
to 4 p m. al" 11 a in, tl
fT.VMilW-lMOlll'alnliUK from killl-llfe find
nutur. Urswliiif from objuet, WH mi' I lUt.
Jlim.Uyn and v txtiitfxjjiyi. Terwa, II pr
muiitli. AIm rtMi r)turUy altxfaiMja la
).IiiIuk ami drawing. Mjtu A. ftlwtfiw,
room 7. J'atUia Iltaclc. -U 1 n
MftiHONW IN C1IAHCOAI. DltAWIXO-Kroai
uhiel, eiutBBd lift IVu-uul-luk u! wMk
dmwliijc for ItltwUitUou. lMlntUuf U! water
etilun flout uaturw and 1)11 life. nnad)iy
ami wurMMjr. itmaa, r mount UBII
arena cim w fWUiKWif wuruiui
wuaUi. WlUwa il. Knltjlit, loom
Him KKLUK JIKOWK Uu
S III I V
7 li W k 1
for infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF
jr jff jr jmm. y fj J&mm j " "
- a .- " '
- -v r mr
In Use For
thi oinnun comwii, tf
Portland Fob. 21, Wheat yullcj
58: Walla Walla, 00c.
Flour Portland, 83.20; Suporllnc
Hay $Sfo)10 nerloti.
lIops-14Wl7c; old crop Oc.
Mlllstull Bran, $10; shorts, $lf
(d $15 50.
turkeys, live, 12fif)14c.
Egga Oregon, 15W10c pcrtloz.
Hides Green, salted COlbs, bYoMc.
under 00 lbs,0j(a7c;shcop pclts,1620c.
Onions 80c(j!$l per sack.
Butter Best - dairy, 20c; fancy
creamery, 4Gc($52Jo por roll.
Potatoes, 85c(rf$l per sack.
Hogs Heavy, $4.75.
Mutton Weathers. 'He; dressed, So
Beer Utccrs,$3.25(($:i.r.0: cows, -J2.50
2.75 drcsed, fiCtl.
Hay Baled, jlinut, $0.50
Flour In wiiolesale lots,,$2.7o ro
Hogs drcsod, 5c.
Llvo cattle 2J(We.
Sheep Live, 2.50(iia.
Butter Dairy 20c; creamery 25c.
Wool IJesUinc. Mohair 25c.
Hops -Best 10fi17c.
Eggs- 18 (i?0 in cash.
Poultry UulckotiH, 7(n18c; turkeys,
Farm smoked moats IJacui, 8c
ham, Do shoulder, (Ic.
Asioclatc Teacher Western Conserva
tory, Kansas City, Mo., representing
the Inter stac System, nt Salem, Ore.
Over First Nttlonal llanlr. Residence
376 Church street. Studio hours 9 to
12 and 2 to 5.
O. C. T. Cq's
Altona . Pomona
LKAVK l'Oll 1'OltTI.ANI)
Dally, Kxroiit Uutiday at H a. 111.
QUICK TIMU ANU CHUAP IIATKH.
Douk ImIwooii Htntn and ('onrt Uta.
M. 1. IlAIiDWIN, AKont.
No, 71 Chcmckcta si,
I. It. r. TUTIMIX Asiayer,
Collections and Loans
IU,. II, Iluali llAilk llKwk,
12ailino HAI.P.M. UIIKOOX.
7 PER CENT LOANS
292 Comnsrolnl St., Balom, Oro.
RICA.L, ICBTA-TIC DIUL.HKS,
dvv-11 1 l-.'tm
Money to Loan
at 7 per cent
On Mortgage Seourlty.'
DOian & DAnjcun,
dv..n-3m 270 Commurclul at.
On improved city and farm property!!
2 (2 ComtfHiroul sltoetj
2 doort ujuth at Iwld & liush'a bank, Salem
Oieion, u-13 dw 3m
REAL ESTATE LOANS
Oh lwt or UiK tiiM. Mot awl rthr
iHMMiriilw butiitt Hd told.
TIIOMAB, WATT & CO.
H-X-dw-U W UttWtROKlal Htroct
..Money at 7 Per Cent..
lnr rale" on wll Improvot farm
aiMt flty roiiilwr
T. K FOIlD.
l.liiv.Jn U)r limn Dai k
Munny btbict, niwvohhcitt.
The New Process.
The Salem Flouring Mills "Special"
Hour Is now better than over. Tiy
B.w.r.M, Jim, 1, 1890.
Tlio imrtnurihlp liflrototoru oxlstltiit ljotwccn
tliu llrm of Kuncli A (Jmnlso l liorcliy (Hanoi ved
by liiuttlnl rounotit. Mr. CronUo ooiitlliiilng
tho uiislnwt. W. II. ItOACIt,
Go toJ. V. Glllmorc, fit State Streot,
to buv your Seed OatH, Land Plaster,
Mill Feed, Lime and Flour. dw2-13tf
BARR L PETZEL
All Work Guaranteki).
214 COMMERCIAL SritECT.
Telephone No. I8l
Ploaso notloo tho out In priooa
on tho following
KWU, plain locentt
Unuer drawera 5 to lo ccnti
Under shirts stoiooenV
Socks, per pair 3 ccntj
Handkerchlofs I cen'
Silk handkerchiefs 3 cent'
Sheets and pillow slips 24 cents per dozen
and othet worlc in proportion,
ty rinnnolu nnd othor work lutollIgouUy
wnahod by hat rl.
COL J. OLMBTPAP, Propriotoi
A.M. HUMPHREYS CO,
Grain and Grain Bags
WnroliniMO, Hiilom nnd Jtauloiiy.
10-27 lm-dw Ollleo, JUO Coiniiicralnl St., Salem
HALF WAY HOUSE
Kino rlKiira und tolmccn. soft drinks; meals
Hi all lionra; nlco nlttuu lioda. North Halum,
imar W. U Wudo'a 1'ulillo watorliiK trough.
M. KKICIITINOKII. l'rop.
Retailing of llolllcil Beer
OninlirlmiK mid Hulillts always on drmiKlit.
Dellvurtxl trvo touii) (Mrtol tlitii'lty.
(Hill. L NUM., I'rop.
1-13 1)1.1 I'loniwr drown- Haloon,
I'lmiia )l tHi CoinmorufHl atreut.
SPB jkjL Jj fl a
VAfBiBsQ j l'
at ikj; ik ac
JSvSla:"KHr J Hri
vMMHm h-"1 II -'li-SkHPv v
Housewives Can't all Get on as
Bui tlioy cun all uso II. O. utoamed oatnnwl, tho finest
und ouwloat unokotl hrouKfusL dlsli In thu world, nuu
trot, u poii ml and it half of tU)frulHlii buckwheat, freo
with uiioli packano.
ITAIUUTT & .LAWRENCE,
, 1. 11 n1 m'tr i
.-..lUiii tarv id laiicos o Amiiils.,;
IMUCBd Ty lJ4q UJ1IK ?IMK4.
C. JH. HX&OK
Successer to Dr. J. M. Keene, old Wliii
Corner, SaLm, Or. Patt.cs desiring kuperiw
operations at moderate fees in any branch Atr
in especial request.
PIANO TUNERS AND REPAIRERS
1'orBalcm ami vicinity leave orders at tico
C. Will's Music Btoro.
OFFICE CITY HALL
For water service apply at olEcc. "Bti'i
payable monthly In advance. Make a
complaints at the nVi.
Express and Transfet
Meets all mall and passengor trails. Bag
gage and express to all parts of the citj
Prompt service. Teleohone No. 70.
WHITE & DISQUK.
ITAKM FOR SALE-
3GO Aoioa AU lu Ynuihlll County.
MO aorcs for sale hi a body, or In 40-acro tracts.
Locntod linlf a mllo west ot Wapato station, In
Yiimhlll county, Oregon, and otio ami a halt
miles south ot Uaston. I'rtco (or each forty acre
from '.'.) upivanl, accordtiiR to lmproruinonti
and location. Uood soil and easy terms. For
furthor pnrtloulars ouqulro of v. H. EUAN,
ll-)-lniodw Brooks, Oregon.
O. H. LANE
211 Commercial nt,
CySuttn $1S and upwards,
Panta $3 and upwards
OPERA LODGING HOUSE
(l (Hxl furnished rooms, with '.arge parlor In
102 COUHT STltKET.
U 7 J. T. Shoup, Proprietor.
Caoital Soap Works.
Uunnlncv at full Matt anil matctnir li.l
Salem Water Co.,
of laundry and toilet soaps. JJe sure to call ''Vl
for the ftaiem uraua when )ou want C"u
" : A. W. ANDERF.GG,
St.te street, near railroad. Freshest and
best meats, My patrons say I keep the best
rrcatsln town 22-
Good Nows!for tho Suffering
The cnvloua rivals who were dttermlned to
make Dr. Cook trouble In the courts hare
backed down, and their alleged case was
dismissed when It came into circuit court.
They didn't dare ta meet the truth, as Dr
Cook's patient's are too numerous and they
are ever Rrtteful to the man who has cured
them and can cure others.
Dr. Cook makes a specialty of chronic
diseases, and does not use poisonous drugs to
curelhtm. If you have a Iiieml who needs
help send him lu
DR. J. F. COOK,
301 Liberty street
iy iikIiis nr. Pu'is
Yet low Nene l'ltla.
cuaraulecd to cute all uemiua dlscaxs , suoh a Weav "ory, Lom of
Jlmla IHiwer, l(ilaclic, Wakrlulut.s, Lot Ma'.hooo, kblly Jtml.
sloiis, Nervousness, till dralus, loss ol p)wer lu Ccnerav. prgaos of
either x. ckiim1 by ocr exertion, youthful errors, ucei" - ol
tobacco, opium or atlmulants, which lend to lcCrmlty,Conui'oaof
ieutiuy. Can be carried in vest pocket. Ji 00 wrbor, '- Sj.by mill
prwl(f. Circular Prte. Sold by all druggists, Ankforlt.tiVtfuootbtr.
ktainiluetiired hy tr-' Peott Medicine Co., rirn France. I.aufIvUi
l'u,U,.,ditrloutlMrfBtcuts, ThlrdanJ YamhM8 Vs'tlRod.Or
SALE BY D J. FRY, SALEM, OREGON
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