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Acts gently on the
LEAnses the System
,. w ,. PERMANENTLY
Buy TMt GtMUINt-MANT o By
g,swi -rc".: ,?
rot su by tn omiaWT isu Mt Ml WttiL
O. C. T. Go's
I.KAV1M KOIl POirTMNl)
Iallyxrcpt Buuilar nt 8 a m
QUICK TIMK AND CHKAl' ItAThH.
UnckllMtwaon Stain mitl Court Hit.
M. I' uALOWLN, Aecnt.
PERSON ALAND LOCALS
ForsMliinnal Ine:tl,Niwicn Konrlli Page, r
W. 8. Waterbury hni relumed fnnii
Samuel llamm.ick, of ((rooks, IH1
Mrs. J I.. Pcuningluu, of shliiud is
visiting friends hen.
1). E Suauk, tho Aumiville miller,
mii a hi the rity yesterday.
IMtwtrd Patterson, a former Siileinlto
mm located in Seattle arrived Inst night
to spend the holidays here.
Digests what you eat
Nuturo In strengthening and recon
structing the oxhawtw uiBWiiva or-1
autand tonic No other preparation
can approach It In e.llcleiicy. It In-1
. W? J.,,ft"?,"l",Un.e,"!;l3,,(;,?,S '
DrsDenslu, Indigestion, lleartuuru,
1,'ffiniienea. Sour Stomach, rfausea,
'"iparsd by E. C. OtWitt A Co., Coleago. i
STOM'VS nitno ktoui;.
A Dish always useful
Our Mock of holi.lat g.xls Is so large that von nirt U .
will suit you, and U useful and the prices as low '
,1 ieet from the factory lust spring, therefore wo ,, wl I oh
viwiumull rtml tie tfiok
1 j on
1 it is i
last vear , and it is marked ut uost priie,
m-ts 1U pattern to wleet from
piiuurne i" emri .
It,.. 1 .... la fun nn III lllMlllllin 11 llll
We invite "ym to the ttore and j cm will
l'lentv of help to.wTuiton you.
a Bnv vour presents a
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r-m i.i'it.iiiuuki. . in in ,..,.-..
We inly Hk o ! I" !
,ln. .in iits that .ip
Good lines of J
1 ..!!.- ma,,-, .l . MUrllS
kul mvMltf&'"Mri.tfiiOiftiin --A" TX rflU H
Hng or to.'fc.
WH ARE POSITIVELY GOING OUT. OF BUbiNbSS. 0
Willis Bios. & Co.
Hl'M lut-jR bUlilH Or POSIOFFICB.
MARION COUNTY MATTERS
Business Being Transacted at the Couit
A divorce has been granted in Dept.
No. 2, in the case of L. M. Fnrrens vs. J
K P. Farrcns.
S. .). Kerf, executor of Uie last uill
and testament of Edward Coffey, de
ceased, lnia been granted an order
authorizing the sale of a quantity of
personal nroiierty Peionging to the es
Tlio II i) id account of il 11. Savage,
administrator of the estate of Jane Sav-i
age, deceased, luvs leen tiled, and time'
for hearing llio account Is .January 10,
11)00, at 10 ii. in.
UilbcrtG. Kvansnnd wife to Martin
Hanson, 20 ucrcR In t 0 s, r 1 w, $800.
OcorgoT. Simmons and nlfe to A. T.
(.Illiert, 27 acres In 1 8s, r w, fOOO.
.McOlellnn Hlnnegar nnd ifo toL'ydia
limber lot No. 8, block No. 12, Hub
John I' HiirttoC.lt. Hart, a one
fourth interest In tho Gold Hug mining
claim in the taster milling district, fttX).
Susan .IcmcB to 11. lllrwdiberg, 18.1)
acres in 1 8 , r4 w, ft.
Dr. Bull's Cough Sytup Is the Best
remedy for all bronchial iilfectluns
It Is it ureal mistake, to allow u cough
or cold to run mi; for it may develop
scrltius throat, or lunir troubles. Take
Dr. Hull's Cough Hyrup at unco,
Tho Roeburg banks' deposits are
now aboo tho 300,000 mark. Tlie
loans ami discount reach 124(1,000.
The Modern Mother
Has found that her little ones uru Im
proved more by tho pleasant hyrupot
Kim. when In need ul the laxative
ellcct or a gentle remedy, than by any
other. Children enjoy It and It noue-
iils Llie.m. Tho true reniedv. bvrun
of Figs, It nuttiufacturcd by the Cali
fornia J'lg syrup vo.
Cut Kates ti the East.
If yon are contemplating a trip l'ust,
ou can Have money by going on thu
iorthern I'ucillo railroad. The best
service of tiny road. Accommoilating
iwrtcrs on each car to look alter your
wants and upholstered tonriflt sleoiiors
on each train, no change of curs, tall
on un and get full information.
I ..... . U'.r.t p..
rim i in.aiAn, ,, .v ..
A semi-annual dividend of 2 per cunt
has leen declared ou tho Oregon Hall
road & Navigation preferrd stock,
Tlic Homeliest Man in Salem
As well us the hnudsumest, and others
are Invited In call on any druggist
and get free, a trial bottle of Kcmp't
Hulsuni for the Dirndl nnd Lungs, u
remedy that Is guaranteed to euro and
belletu all Chrome and Acute Coughs,
Asthma, llninolillls and Consump
tion. Price 25':. und 600. cnd&w
ItKKCIIAM'H 1'll.l.H for tlUtrcvt
C0l.Nl-.LtU8 At Salem, Monday. l)ec.
18, 18011, Samuel CorneliiiH, aged
Deceased was a brother of O. 11. und
A. II. Oornellus. Ho camu to Oregon
in 1815, was it veteran of tlio Cayuse
and Southern Oregon Indian wars, and
Hiut most of his time since at nilnlng
'und stock raising until bin health fulled,
since which time lie has resided in
1 Marlon county almost continuously.
Tho funeral was held at tho home of
U. Ii. Cornelius near Turner at mxui
i today, and burial took plaeu at Twin
Oak cemetery, beside Ills futlier and
i miiilii.r. Deceased was u good man a
"""..., . hUAntllU sincerely
mouruiKl by nwny friumls. It will fo
of the massacre of Dr. Mare.iH Whitman,
to whom deceased was Indirectly related,
and for tho explullon of which treachery
. f,roVlNj ,. f tlm hrntt lighters In
will find something that
iir cut) we uoiigm
ieuier than our com-
.1.1 v.M,r Vert' 1 ttlo Ii'll oi
m-11 low prices offer on
Ill II ! " . ... .1.1 i
not find It misrepresent, in im- "
ha MR) tf..n Ml imt i g
- uiir lrtili- ' '' ",wr J"" " Y2
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fin Original Christinas Story ol Local
TIIK Woiiian'D club had Just con
cluded Its most brilliant and sat
isfactory session. The year's work
had been reviewed and had shown a rec
ord of gowth and Increasing usefulness.
This closing session before holidays
had shown the women that they were
developing a broader sympathy for each
other. They had all revelled In tlio
atmosphere of altruistic benevolence so
grateful to tho matrons from whoifo
hearts welled n neor-ceaaing How of tho
milk of human kindness. 1'ven tho
beautifully gowned society dames had
expanded their bosoms and their eyes
were moistened at times under tho in
fluence of the delicately arranged pro
uram of music and papers on sooial
Lproblems affecting tho lifo of tlio out
casts of their sex. A feature not on tlio
program had thrilled them to thedopths.
A delegate from a llttlo country club
had snld a few simple words lor tho
fallen. There was a tender earnestness,
a pathos and a passionate How of lan
guage that betokened experiences of tlio
graver Hort. I lor plain words, her mod
est bearing, her grace and dignity car
ried conviction and commanded resXH:t.
Some of tho sensitise and iiiexeriuneed
women, tenderly reared In family life,
and shut off from tho great world
stream hearing Its driftwood and wrecks,
folt that instiuctivo shrinking that Im
pelled them to draw themselves up
U'lhtly in their chairs and hold their
Hut the words of pleading eloquence.
for tlio fallen flowed on. With faulty
grammar, low gestures ami deep low
tones, like a stream whose hod cannot
bo seen and whoso fountain Is unknown,
tlio plainly dressed but beautifully
coiffured woman, with tho spare, upright
llguroaiid linxen hair, ourcd fortli a
plea to arouse in her hearers a convic
tion of moral duty to recognize their do
graded and debanched sisters as spirit
ual heincs. to bo made tho oblects of
God's lovo through sufferings and sacrl-
llces.and ultimately redeemed and made
whole by tho mediation of tlio Christ
truth. "In varying degrees you aro all
partakers In her guilt," site said hi
doling, "because she Is a soclul product
ol which tho Individual cannot bo coir
"She gave herself away when she
spokoof the audience its "you, said
a smart young society leader.
"Such orsoli should bo excluded from
our assemblies. It was a mistake to
throw the club open even once a mouth.
Wo cannot know who Is coming as a
'delegato' from some of these clubs In tho
suburbs, and tho country." TIU, speaker
was a stlllly-starclnl "Colonial Paine"
"Isn't it awful!" said the women
whoso club relations hurdly rose alsivo
tho dignity of u society fad.
"She told tho truth, but wo don't
just like to have It brought homo to us
in that wuy," said a women of health
ful Ilgiiro, blooming cheeks and swdery
gruy head of hair
"Who Is she?" was the common In
quiry, but soon the great throng melted
awuy, glad that Itho year's .work was
closed, each to her circle of duties nearer
than tho work of public culture and
philanthropy. The seakcr who caused
the comment hd disappeared in the
throng, slipping away almost ashamed
at her own boldness of speech.
Hut one in that throng know her his
tory, and she was silent the old prison
matron a woman magiiilhvnt hi her
ago, with rosy skin, soft and fair ai a
babe's, a heart as generous as her
prorations. Kveryone connected with
prisons know Mother Wluto. Pensioned
for her piety and purity, she travelled
free through this world (mih oily tn
city, speaking Sundays in Jails and
reformatories, praying oter the otitm.t,
reading tho scripture to tho helpless
and unattended In the hospital wards
of the penitentiaries. Tho unfortunate
ovl her. Tho criminal, whether in
the cell or holding olllclal position
feared her. She once entered a state
prisorf where the chaplain was taking
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a milliner vaoalion. iineu o aw
to hold Sunday eerlcu the superlutend-
ent told Iwr tho irvle had Imhiii ar-
rangwl for She knew ho lied und boldly
told liim lha ehailalii was eight-hundred
mil) away, and If he knew what was
good for him and for his soul he would
hsve the eonvints In the chapel at the
usual tmw. Unknown to the prison
kepertlm governor was an ohl soiiool
day frwiul of Motht-r White snd was
....., .n.l aliH iintirud out her spirit
In prayer ami exhortation so effootlvely
.i.ai u few wwks an IH1HV1 .
was maile hd ut the prison, in mo
h9Htai war.1 ! foond the helples
and ineuralile and lyttf UM in is
Utl eftlU frwii " 'tht S,',M,U ,U
kind WMieli or rad Uh 'h "'
life hd amsotati"" 6h HI '
. . . I .1.-..1 is eltll
prtsini physwu imn--
lWseni-1 contiiiu,Bt uwl laUtU,a
sn.tu.kHl hiiullki kisss hOKin or
fiwvl. He twM - ' it'' "
.. ...1 dl mdtl wi." UAn
Ol One hslplrt T1
WWiU- kr tl ' ''
k i tut.
,l,e marri. il" ' ' " l
hood and told her that he loved her.
They moved to another part of the state,
where ho was discovered to be A fuglthc
from justice, convicted and sent to the
penitentiary for tlireo years. Mary with
Iter two children went with him to tho
city where tho prison was located. Tho
walls that elns.il behind him opened u
new lifo to her. She was thrown upon
her Industry and resources to support
herself by plain sewing and washing and
scrubbing, the only work she was eap
ahle of doing. Thus she toiled and
struggled for two years. The care of
her growing children, making their
clothes, doing her house work and cook
ing, left her but broken hours to earn
money. A bare room with scanty fur
nishing and oor food were their lot.
She never went out but at night to do
her slender shopping nnd deliver work.
Then alio realized what it was to lead
tho life of an unprotected woman under
tho cloud of dubious circumstances. She
must bar her door against wolves lullii
Holy worse than the one of iioorty. She
found n home for her children now three
and rho with a poor but childless
couple who for a sum agreed to roar and
school them. She got work In a family
and most of her three dollars a week
went to keep her children. Occasion
ally she een sent a little money to the
author of her misery. Ho was the
father of her children and she could
never disown him.
Her lifo was now easier, In tho shel
ter of a homo, though a domestic, she
was treated ai a human being. Her
health and spirits came buck. Her eye
grew bright and her color returned. Hor
roval pleasure rsine when she went
Sunday afternoons as a religious duty
her only observance of tlio day to see
her children, Hor dress was plain and
tidy Hut n pretty hat ami a bit of
color at her throat set her off so that to
the little hoy and girl sho wiw the most
beautiful woman hi tho world. And
oh I What happiness they found to
gether hi their loug walks hi tho open
fields and commons of the suburbs
Tot continued In TbeJoutml of rtlil'
Tlie third annual exhibition of the
Willamette Poultry association wits held
(u Kugeiio last week.
Are applauded by all loers of freetloni
and ilrst class cooking, und well ccrui
fiKKl, are npprovel liy all Imers oi a
gHst meal at the Into Hoiik; fteslau
At Me.Mimiville, a joung man mimed
Kliliii Hoberts lias Is'ou held in f'-VD
Isiuds on charge of killing a dog.
Caurili Cannot Be Cured
Willi LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as
they cannot reach the seat of the dis
ease. CalurrhNii Ijihki or constitu
tional disease, und In order to cure II
vou must, take Internal remedlei.
liullSCaturrh Cure Is taken Intcrnully,
und acts directly on the hlmsi and
mucous surfaces. Hull' Catarrh
Curo Is not u muck m-dlclne. It was
iirescrllied by one of the tiest physic
tans In this uiuntry for yeurs, and is
a regulur prescription. H Is coihixi-hmI
nr the besL blood Diirlilers. acting di
rectly on tlie mucous surfaces. The
perfect combination of the two In
uredients is what produces such won
derfiil results In curing Catarrh.
Kcnd for tesiluion litis, free.
K. J. Ciiknky &Co., Props., Toledo, 0,
Bold by Druggists, 75c.
Hill's Family Pills are the best.
HI I II HI SWI
The yield of hay in Oregon is placed
by the deartmcut of agriculture at l.i'7
tons Htr acre.
Mrs. It. Churchill, Horlln, Vt sjys,
"Our iMby wusonvorcd witn running
sres. IhtWItl's Witch lluwl Halve
eutod her. "A siieoltic for pllos und
sklu dUwiMW. lieware id worthies
couiiterfolls. HUmes Drug htoro.
I sw '
Christmas Close at Hand
aud all are preparing lo entertain tletir
friends. The best plwe to buy your
mince meat, fruit, groceries and pro
visions is ut luw r. iiul'i f of Hraii
son & Itngun. 12 13 eod
"I was nearly dead with ililu,
tiled doctors, visited mineral shrings,
und grew worse. I used Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure. That cured inc. It
dlgeils what you eat. Cures Indlges
Hon. sour stomach, hwirtnurn and all
forms of dysiwfwla. tiUma Drug
Klk l H) is to have a Jiewe factor).
TheCVmallis limes ssys tlie muiutgt-r
has purchased a ami piste plant
Use Allen's Poot-Ease in Your Otove
a iHiiv wriLM: "I shake Allen s
Kooi-Kue Into uiy gloves ami rub a
little on my hood, tt sjvo my giovei
ul.irninif nriilraiiiiN It a
Mn.nl. dalntv uillut nowder Allen s
Koit-P.i-e uinkes tight or new aHs
easy. Always ue II U llrwk In N-w
Hltoos- It krew Uie lw o
nn.fortable. We Invite the atUnllon
of phy.icUns and niir.es to tlie U-
All drug sou slum swnw H IL -
M.ii,,r.ie wit FltBB Address Allen
K. Oltustesl- Iltnv. N.
All Millinery at wtmtl
uiaimlsr of the svsson
The Iiign tannery lias a vat tap
aeityt'f 60. Ten men are emidotisi snd
ujlM Indw UnJIeil ery year.
Ull s ..acrats.
MlssIInttto Cain, tho Southern Pa
cific telegraph oporAtornt Aumsvlllo,
died at that town last Sunday and was
burled in the Turn r cerootory, on Tues
Ur. Bull's Cough Syrup Has Saved
tunny a life, It can ulnars bo relied
ou to cure tho dangerous croup and
wlioon nc-couah. It wives Immediate
relief nnd should bo kept In every
home. It only costs 23 cts n bottle.
Fifteen hundred Kittle are to he
hipped to one concern In Scattlo with
in the coming few days from Pendleton,
A Great Battle
i'o Unlit (ho battle In Africa reoulres
preparation and to succeed In vour dailv
contest Von need cil food n n.trvi! n't
The Wonder Itosturant.
A robber attempted to hold tip it real
estate man at Sumpter, but was knock
ed down, captured ami jailed
The O. C. T. Co. make 1 1-5 fare rou-id
trip to all point. Tickets on salo '.fclnl
to 28th Inchnlte, good returning until
Jan. lib, UKXI. Steamers Altonu nnd
Pomoua leitvo dallv for Portland at 8 a.
m. 12 21 II
When making your Ninas purehaxes
bo sure and secure, it piece of that licuuti-
un iinmi made uenuaisence liattenuorg
now on display nt Joseph Meyers v
Son, ery nlivly mudo, no had stitches,
prices verjjlow, .10c up to flO. Mats,
iiimecovers, iMisliloii covers, tea cloths,
etc. Entire lino of braids, threads, but
tons, pearlings, etc., constantly kept on
It takes but u minute to overcome
tickling In tlie throat nnd to stop a
cough bv the use of One Minute Cough
Cure. Tins remedy quickly cures till
nil forms uf throat and lung troubles.
Harmless nnd pleasant to take. It
prevents consumption. A fiimoua
spec I lie, for uripe und Its after i Ifci u.
rstoncs urug suites.
Mrs. Mi ik's Dlllubny, wife of a prom
inent farmer living near HlllsWo, mil
cided Thursday by swallowing Purls
Oik (ii Hi' niO'.t dltlrvssinir sights. Is
to se n i hild almost choking with
th -'t nihil whooping cough, (llvo
Hi hild Dr Hull's Cough Hyrup, tho
f;i it t puluHinnry remedy, and ro
lef will i onto at once, tho coughing
t.pell will ro occur hss frequently,
nnd, Inn leu days, tlio sulTerer will bo
entirely cured. No other remedy can
mi mi oi ho many urcs
Xm JC U 11 s
Cures Whooplng-Cough quickly.
!. ' ..1111111 1 ml j.lrn- nil lWr IhKtota
rriMlilin il I it I Mir .3 U At nil illURjUH.
Hefoim School buppllrs
Scaled prosisals arc hereby invited
for furnishing the Oregon .State He
form Kchool with supplies for the
(itiurlor ending March 31, IWKi, a list
of which will lie furnished upon ap
plication In the Hir-crlntemleiii, All
olds must Is- In by I Yclcck January
II K, HlUKKIIH,
12 Its if Supt, Oregon Heforiu Hchool.
Proposals foi O. a. P. Supplies.
Pioptnals InvitedSealed bid for
furnishing supplies for the Oregon
Huilo Jnltcnttitrj' for (I month end
int June 30, 1 POO will bo received at
iheunicu of tho siiperlutcmlcnt until
.1 o'clock p in Monday Juuuary 8. ItKXi.
when Hmv will bo opened.
Schedules for groceries, meats, Hour,
drugs, hardware, prison flannel and
casslmeres, dry goods, shoes und slnsj
llndlngs, iiiuy lie seen ut tliu olllre of
lliesuiierlutnndeulor limy l had of
him in application
Tho right Is riveryed t reject uuv
nnd nil hhlsoruuy portl.ni or a bid.
A niiHIMi'd nheck for l() IMir CCIItOf
tho amount of the bid, mudo payublu
lo the Superintendent, must accoui
nunv tliu siiiiic us a gourruuty that If
awarded u contract,
. . . . .... ..,.,.i..u ...in
l lie Dinner mu
outer liuou uonuwi iiiniruci, hi "-
faithful performance with good and
MiiiiininiiiMiiriiiiiM. Yiiueliers In liny
iiinnt will bo rmnieroti on tuu isi in
Hie month following completion ut
contract, where omitrvr-u are ooiilin
nous vouchers win uo rontiisrim (.inu
end of oauli quarter
All supplies niuslis' neiivereii t
iim iiuiliiiim of tlie U H. P. Other
thing being equal article ol Oregon
mauufiiuturo or production will bo
given tlio preference.
KnveioiHjsooniaiiiiug uiiiasuuum "
.,., .L.,1 I'llliU fur HiiindlM for tho
n K llldders are uv td Mi ne
IHISlWI -i..- .- i --....
present at the opening of tlio bliis.
J. II. I.HN,
Bupftrlntendeiit "f Hie Oregun btnle
12 lu Id
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M- . y mtsaszm sw
jilJ .1 sTa
Barrs Holiday Excursion
To San Francisco, December 26l!.
Round Trip $17.50, First Glass.
A SPECIAL HOLIDAY EXCURSION
Will leave Salem for SanljrWcjflco
Tuesday evenine, DeccmlgR6ili,
On the regular Uvcrlanu.
i .... I ?!.,,. ..r return nil
u7see everytliing. .tickets
TON. balem. ur wme hi
ajrTUkts Mpt b pu','1.? Stt1 BJ'
TIk axcnrslon itarU 6F.K POSTfclW.
AT CURRENT HATB
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE
900 Commirolal St, 8nlm Or
All kinds of silk embroidery, hand
kerchiefs, ornaments, silk screens.
China ware. Japanese fancy goods, etc
Opera house block 112 Court St. Ilnle
Wing Sang Co. 11-21 1 mos.
MON10Y TO LOAN
Piirnlture, Pianos, Organs, Wsg
oiis, or other articles of value.
OKD.F. SMITH Hit State st.
II. K KPIVVIIIW.
Edwards it Matthews,
FRESH AXD CURED MEATS
Xesr far lUrn,
llomo-mado coutectiouary. ioim
rako, rleli fruit cako and other kinds
fresh-baked, ready for your holiday
feast, at tho IIomk lUKKtor,
12(1 1127 Commercial Street.
Tho annual meeting nt the sharehuld
em nf the Capital National Hatik of Sa
lem. (or the election of directors, will oo
held at its banking house Tuesday, .Inn-
HKKt, at an'clotk p. m.
Fixtures For Sale
Including hai, and bur IU lures,
hllllanl table, pictures, canl
tables, etc , also u small stock
liquors. Inquire for particulars
of Hliormsn, Condlt and I'ark,
uttornoys, in Orny block.
Oilers travelers choice of the follow
Ing routes cast They aro all famous
() 11, 8c N , via Odgen and Denter-
Hluistu Ilouto Tin riacramento, ug,
dun und Denver
KliiiHia Itiiuto vlu Hiicrnmi'tito,
Miilor 1;. Ailiorquerque,
A dallv llneorthrotigh PULLMAN
PALAOtJ and TOII1H8T KliKKP.
EltH, Hnn Kramilsco und I.w Angr
The Short Line
from southern California
To the East.
Apply to the agents nf tho 0. It.
JtN O H. L, Southern Pacltm. or
Hie undersigned, for folders und
J. .1. DCVKKKUX.
(Itin'l Agt Worccittir. Iltdg.
Pin I In ml
Orogoii SIiuiilLtuo lliiilroail
. .., n.i.-.j.
JlOllUDl, liUll, lOlDrlll1)
anil all Hultro I'oinla
..i ,., iAvtt.it ffu4ii. vl the
lllou fxISa fwl Mali Us, or llis
Uto OratKle rWnis lis".
lysik at Hie limo I
Ii Days to Halt Like
2 Days Ui Dsiivur
3) Days to Chicago
Ii Days to New York
yt kmUnIhs rMU cum. tirttsi
M SplSSiS Cats. is) Mliwas '
i4iuiftf I uu all lutui
Ht4l uiralrl UU all llIU.
rw ttbv iNfrHuil Ki4f .is
HOHh A IMKKKH, AtU,9al
W. K. COUAN. Onrtl'l Asuri
II U lKKRY.Tl !' '
IMllliS . llblS
Sanla Claus in an
h.wI.I r..rl in thsiMK- 1 'lr !vr ainl
u-m cnioWd Auksli idisi' Ikf tsuMlry
work, swi ly " w ' mm
vttii eiqui'lt wort, U un fUu.
esVTs and shirt a Lu Um wban lm vfs
Ha (ha Mma Steam hiuadry, A awuuW'
Mr oh rtna lauwlry wk must always
ailwlr in hmuiv '( thai dom si Hm
Salem BUam Laundry,
..i eJZtmnK... ... ii... -.i.. to
uoou "W,"1 "Wiwrv Vib
nnv HM'tiltl? ifli III. rLGNlJ rjM
aiid'infRriimiltin of Hal D. PaN
WVII, IMMIIM,II .".-". -t-
c. jh:. oiaok
Sucoeuer to Dr. J. M. Keene, old White
Coroei.Sabm, Or. Pttie detrin nipncs
ptrations at modems fees la any be inch sn
in eepccisl request.
ALBERT A. JESSUP.
1100US I AND il, OltAY 1IUC,
DB. GBACE ALBB1GIIT
Qradnate of the American School of
Osteopath v at Klrksvillu. Mo. Iisa
oiiemxl ollico at Huili & Hre)iusn block,
Commercial struct Salem Oregon.
uiuee nays Aiouuay, wcMuasiiay aim
Friday. Diseases of w onion and ohlld-
ren asHciallv. 10-17-lm
Salem Water Co.,
0KHCK CITY IIAI.L
hoi wtlencitlce ippif at ok. lltl'i
pSTsble tnonthir In adirtnee. Make
coraplalnti at the mBi.
C. H. LJVNJ3
07 BTATK HTHRKT.
C3r8iilta SIS and upwards,
Pants S3 and upwards
Express and Transfc
Meets all mill and pautnge r trsh. lias
csge and eiprtit tu all ptiti ot the .til)
Vnn service. Telephone No, Jo.
DIbQUE. A bKIPTOtT"
mam happy days s
Pass away only too soon life's
stern realities put linos whore
once were dimples. What Is
prettier than tlie sweet Inno
conreof a llttlo child?
A Siieettlir It mtit of rhllilren'i Wutk st
TIIK ELITE STUDIO
Nt wl; rentle) an.l only the bstt votk larned out
uor.,i;om snu uauri ai.
No. 71 Chenwkcta si,
J.U.T. TUTIULL AssayTr
A Razzlc Darzlc in
th Bdih Room
You will feel like dancing when you ie
the new open plumbing, flue porcelain
lined tub, Hist no have lilted it up
with when wo have liecn ordered 4o do
so. Our work In titling up private
houses with open plumbing in Isith
room, und kitchen is of tlie highest
order nf exwllciue in leulille detail
Mild 1-tpfN Wi'lk"' 'fl-liq
Dallv Stige Lino lo
M'COY AND PERRYDALE.
For Passengers and Haggsgn l also
panels and order promptly at'
fended to, Salem ollirn
O'd Pojtoflico Stables,
J. II. Woolley, Prop. VW)m
BnlaigemcnU lu Crayoutsnd Water
Color. I'hoUt lluitom.
AmaUur developing nl lntiilHf
iinally done. 0. W. DIKKMAN.
HutmMir lu f i ii(ua
JU Commercial HI., Satan Orrgon.
HANO WHS AND REPAIREBS
rr halns awl HtuHr ""
wir wu rio.
Steam Dye Works
No. M fjummeroial treat, opposite
Wlllsmelte iotl. Ladles' and
.Mnitiiimn'selottilug cleaned, tlyeu
m.ll mnt nresaid.
. . , i L'1.... I.l.n1rl.
elMiied -r dyed and olceJy
lulled. Kid Klores cleaned,
F Hl M.HW
The German Market
Will be found all khfU ol weal
and thu best U aausigs. YUM.
riRMVKUY. All Ul sluaj Utst
lata ilrw ol WJl A MU-'ks
most l pakl. ..,.
UJOL2: & SON
171 Commercial Hu
T". J OPvirvfcj.
Huiiul rf nill CVur. fur Ut "
rasuUMjals .Mfar6l U fK!f "?
I tars -tiJ ihs K
JtSlt St. aad am W
t nil, aa u4 in. " "..
Hew toAay sa
or fee la (Ms
tlsssM fcr M . W s-
per want. All
FOR SALE.-Choico mlloh
II.Egnn, H rooks, Or.
WANTED Girl to do hewswrerfc: Id
small family. Apply W !. Q. I .sssif.
nal offlco. flMf
rOlt ltENT.-O arres rood osrrk
land. Terms J2.75 Cash down er S
after harvest, and Macros oi hop yards
with hop-honso at $10 per acre. M, J.
Egali, Brooks Oregon. 13 (9 ,U
FOR BALE CHEAP.-Walnut urf)k
top bedroom ret. Apply at Ollbeit
Hroa'. Hank. 12-o-tf.
illOYCLR BAliaAlN,--Hnmd nc'wIwJ
class hu lies' wheel at a bargain for
cash. Inquire of M., at Joosmau office,
11 7 If
FOR RENT.-Dcsirable rooms fur.
ulihed or unfurnished for jcntloiwii.
Terms reasonable. Call on t Ooli
let, 100 Commercial street. 10-U-tf
DlUYUhE l'ATU-lf your hefts
needs repairs bring It in, we kaye
the skill nnd stock to keep It In ivtsi
class condition. We carry a full
lino of sundries and make a spcUl
Ity of enameling coma und sq us.
wo satisfy our patrons. Osrdaer k
Whlto, 283 LlbeiLy RttccU HoIhhm's
uiock, ucxtaooric steam laundry.
HOUSE CLEANERS Roawmbtr
that tho best and cheapest ca-rpt
paper Is the heavy felt paper sold
Ijulles Free Ha'inless Monthl
ulator, cannot fall, Mrs.
It. 21 Milwaukee, Wis.
S, C STONH, Ra,
Stone's Drun Stores
Tlie iioim (two In numbo are Itieateil
No. XA and SSI Cemtnettlal itreet. asMI art
sell itockril wllh acumpltts line oldrussM
oiMllcltiei, toilet article, rrhimrj, bmiSM
HihiVu)eJJjr sspincs In tas iv.
ilcs ot medicine anil now makeano chart tee
corumUallAu. itmliilnn or prvwrl plies.
Salt Lake OityAjt Iwport
ant Factor in Traeo
No one crossing tho continent can af
ford to cut Salttako City from till route.
The attractions ot tlie place, including
thu Mormon Temple, Tabnrnacle mi
Church Institutions, the Great HaJt
l4ku ileador and demer than the 4Md
Sea in the Holy Und tho pIcturMqu
eiivlnminent and thn Warm Sulphur
and Hot Spring, are greater to the
squaro yard than any locality on tk
The Hin Grahdr WssrsM Kailwat,
rviinectlug on tho Kast with tlve lsesussr
the Wstt with tha tsoHttMsst
Pacltle tCetitral Route) aud Onsssm
Short Line, Is the only trsiiscowtlnssitM
line aing directly throufh Halt lk
via tho Rio Uuisos RsrsRN Kaiwav
in famous all the year round. Oh a
ciiiiit of the equable clliimle of Utsss
ind (Vilorudo I Is just as popular i
wiuier as in summer. Send So to J, D.
Mimsnold, 2'Vt Wusliliigton Ht.'ortlsad j
or lion. tv. iieinis. Acting uenerai r-
t CI. I .L ft It. fn.
of "Salt Jjiko City thu City
"IIMI1! IK.ll.. i'mfc lW V.,,lr. .',
A lill SAVKD.
Or J. K Oook, thn Uotanloal !)
ollst. Mnuoueds VVhurn Other
To w Isim It may romsirn : .
This Is to certify that Herlha, P. Con.
tier, of Mt.Angel precinct. Marlon coun
ty, Oregon, has suffeml from a cancer
ous growth In the Iclteur for abont threw
yrars. Thegronlli was cutout twice and
burned nut once by Albany I'hyslebvns,
but tho growth came back a had
aseter. and paJned her solnndly th
she hail to Isi taken from si'lmol. Alter
three week's trealinent by Dr. J. r.
Cook, of Salem, Oregon, thi Hotankal
Spw-ialist, th growth entirely iMsa.
pearel, nun at mis uaie, i-nir iwiii
since treatment was begun, the irsoMh
has not rcpiared, and the ear lias rn
tirely liealif leaving only the scars ia
dieted by the Altstny doctors,
I hereby certify that tln above !!
ment UabsoJttteiy trus, and Uit kr
tha POonusr. tho person inentUieM
in the alttiUvlt. has realde-l In myfatR
ily slnr early childhood, lring tlio tv
II. 0- Losio,
BulsH'riled and sworn to befor bis
this eighth day ol June, IWftl, W. .
Kail, coituty clerk ol Marlon county
Enjoying a Xamf
Iswlsst wery ena In tWow K'tftfe?1
Ltfan to in lh wsua ol 4 MMr
hip and ifcsrriBient.au-l rJM
.n.rlrrt will be found all M V
moreeht n pmm puwwia
. For yoar ChrUwaa
, uu wuist ir
eahHSM insassaBl to
ovsst ssssr SBsjair t
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