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Acts gently on the
LEANSES THE 5YSTEM
BUZ THE GEMUINt- MAN'F D B
TjTv(..t. .,'ty ,.v voo
f0 Mil arau ciu44.jT, raici ICn i
O. C. T. Co's
I.KAVIJH MM I'Olri'liANI)
Dally oioopt Sundav nt B.'a ni.
QUICK T1MK ANI) OlIKAP KATKH.
DiH-k Iwlwon Htaln anil ('-tuirt l)l.
M. 1. IIAI.UWIN, Agmit.
.fir additional Loral Nuns I'mirlli Paint
.Mr. ami Mrs .Tolui. llofferliu, Living
stono, Mont., Iinvu been visiting tluir
uncle, O. '. Diibney, of this city.
John Ilrm ks, Sr went to .Silverlon
II. W. Sutton, nlerk at It. M. Wado
A Co's. hnrdwnio stnre.wont to Portland
1. S, llnrtou was a passenger
morning for Portland.
T. V. Achetnn was a papscngor
morning for Nowlierg, where ho
spend a few tlaye visiting his father.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter l'lymnlo who
have Peon visiting at tlio homo of Mif.
l'lymalo's mother Mrs. A. McFurlund.
of Turner, left this morning on tlio Al
toim for their home in Wilsnuvllle.
Mrs. May Fowlur, of Seattle, who was
hers on a visit with tier father, W. E.
Miller, returned homo this morning.
Miss Milium Wntonpaiigli, of the Sal
vation Army, went to Lcwlston, Idaho,
this morning. Her sister, Maggie, ac
companied her as fur as Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hofforllno, of Liv
ing, Mont., who spent tlio winter In
California, stopped off hero this morn
ing to vUlttho family of O. P. Dabnoy.
Mrs. Heffcrlin Is a neicoof Mr. Dab
ney. Government by Conquest,
Eli. JouitSAi,: Imperial di'startlim
and tlio power of money nro twin sisters,
sprung up from tlio same source. It is
strange but true that gold found by snv
ages and first used by Ihoiu for orna
ments has amended u throne of power.
For ovum thousand vein's life powors
hiivo continued tlio poor laboring olnstes
who have been the victlniM of conquest,
or by purohute. or descendants of con
quered or purchased parents or debtors
paying trlliUTn to tlio godless of greod.
In unetent.tliuex.nnd in times not very
nuciont, couipieritig chiefs by might
would Itivndo weaker people and buIkIuo
and destroy opposing forces, thou lift up
their hands to heaven in thanksgiving
for the blowings of victory Thuy would
then hold tlio people as slaves, or as
tributaries as they taw fit, praising the
god of might and saying ho fdnod by
them and fought for them.
Kiigland is lighting to Mibdiiu two lit
tle republics. Tlio United Stutos, whoso
government was founded on tlio princi
ples of no taxation without representa
tion and a government by the content of
tlio governed, is lighting a much wmtkor
republic to tas thorn as kho ploaiue ami
to govern them without their consent.
While tliero is so much nyiupathy for tho
two African iepublics thero eliould be
some for tho Asiatic republic. I would
like to know what is the difference in
these two mighty powers.
Falem. March 1000
Digests what you eat.
OVERCOMES Lrr& C I -v
T.rtinMl1wrlIffest3tbefoodaDdalcU'loiirenielY. buffer will obtain reii.i
Nature In SiretlKineunitf huu icmju-
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structlnRthe exbatu'ted digestive or
gans. It U the latest iiscovered digest-,
?.-i .-i tin nthor niunaratlnn l
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,?r:"iri. .- r.enrV' it m. p
it.nW reTlaTcaaud Krmanently cures i
-r "" . -v. ji..Ia iiaAvthtirn
inuigesuuu, " "-" i
"-pord by C C DtWItt A Co., Cblcaqo.
STONE'S DltrO STOUK
Flatulence. Sour Stomach, , Nausea .Ix,w,ltV i,jUe -farW Itlwra always
lckIIeadache,OMtralgla,Crami,and bjn. ,,,! rcf,ef, euro my headache
ll other results ot Imperfect dlKesuon..;,'- ,. TiloySeMuy iieanfo
THE EAST. WIND.
You'ro coming comln, like the light
Ami (pleading oVr the lea.
I know llicro'i ilttlli tor Mine tanlght,
Hut life anil Joy to nir,
For you're the edit kIihI,
llaat wind that 1 loc,
The rait wind of the wa.
I, nurtured on our lea girt cout,
Hound root and rock and tree,
Drank In the loud 1 loied the Hunt,
Tlio rait nihil ot the tea,
Ami mldtt the iprajr on oteau'f brrait,
Ulillo you nhlitled wild ami lie,
1'ie klnnl )our clink and tilnk to irat,
O rait ulnd of the teal
Bo, though 1 firay for tlnwa you Innn
And ntili It might not Ik-.
Snerp In and bring the old, old charm
Oh, lirlng-U back to met
IVr jou'rfc the ea.t wind,
Kant wind that I ldie,
Die rait '
t wind of the i
It Una llevolutlntilzeil IIiialiicRu
Advertising Is Indeed unu of the great
developments of tliu age. It hits revo
lutionized business nnil tutido It possl
blc to accomplish In n few years whnt
otherwise would have taken genera
tions to compass. Today the advertis
er, through the medium of the public
press, can Introducu his itrtlclc to tlio
entire public almost literally at a
bound. Such n servant at the seller's
elbow litis naturally made business
vastly different from what It was sev
eral hundred years ago.
It Is no longer necessary, as It was
In previous generations, to conllno
one's commercial transactions to a lim
ited area. In fact, the manufacturer
of today rcguids the world as bis llcld,
T1"11' there nro quite n number of pro-
prlotnry nrtlclrs, widely and fnvornbly
known In every quarter of tlio civilized
world, which have been Introduced dur
ing tlio lifetime of their present pro
prietors, who nro men only In tlio
prime of life.
Without advertising, by which It Is
possible to reach and Influence hun
dreds of thousands of persons simulta
neously, such a result could not be ac
complished In several generations, If
Indeed It could bo accomplished nt nil.
Nor has this advertising benefited tlio
seller only. It has brought to tlio
knowledge of the buyer the hundreds
of Improvements ami articles by which
life can be made more, pleasant, by
which the health can bo preserved, tlio
palate gra tilled, the Intellect fed and
It Is no exaggeration to say that no
force has conduced more to knit tlio
world closely together nor made our
mutual Interdependence moronpparcut.
"It Is hut the Rliifplo truth to assert,"
says n recent writer, "that the loss of
the Information which tlio advertise
ments furnish would be one of the
greatest Imngltinblo misfortunes to civ
ilization." Keif Culture.
A noiiit Shut.
A locnl sportsman, who has tho repu
tation of being u very bad shot, recent
ly Invited sumo of his friends to dluo
with him. ttoforo dinner bo showed
them a tnrget painted on tho barn door,
with it bullet In tho bullseye. This ho
claimed to have shot nt 1,000 yards'
illstaucc. As nobody believed him, ho
olTcrcd to bet tho prlco of an oyster
supper on It.'
On one of his guests accepting tho
wager, ho produced two witnesses,
whoso veracity could not bo ques
tioned, to prove his assertion. As they
both said that ho had done what he
claimed ho won the bet. At dinner
tho loser of tho wager asked how his
host had iiiuunged to lire such nu ex
cellent shot. The host answered, "I
shot tho bullet nt tho doornt a distance
of 1,000 yards and then I painted the
tnrget around It." Cincinnati En
quirer. (Iroilliil riiiiir lU'ilroiiliia,
There Is danger In tho porous charac
ter of plaster ceilings, which nro
ofton very thin Indeed. Tho ordinary
celling Is "only n porous diaphragm
permeable by gases with considerable
freedom." Tho vitiated air of sitting
rooms therefore frequently lluds Its
way through Into bedrooms. Tho Brit
ish Medical Journal asks any skeptic
to "compare his bodily and mental sen
sations after sleeping In such a room
and lu ono situated over n similar room
well ventilated nnd not occupied or
Illuminated by gas during tho even
ing." Tim remedy. It says, Is to have
bedrooms on tho ground floor and liv
ing, working and cooking rooms up
stairs. Hut how nbout uolseV-I.ondou
Cnuiclit Hie lieiierul.
One of tho regular army ottleers tells
a story of bow the old stringent army
regulations otico wout against O'eueral
Scott. Ono wet nftoruoon that soldier
was caught lu the rain lu Washington.
IIo was lu full uniform and was well
known, so, no cab being near, he bor
rowed au umbrella. Arriving at his
hotel, nu tiudcr-otllcor approached lilm
and calmly remarked:
"Uenernl, you will cousldor yourself
under nrrost for eight days for carry
ing nn umbrella while lu full uni
form." A SeUrnie Tlmt I'M) a.
A Cluelnuatl mllkmnii Invites his
customers to have the milk which be
corves nnalyzud twlee a year at his
oxponso, Tho tosts may bo made at
nny time, without warning to the
dairyman, his object, of course, bolug
to prove that his milk is or Mnndard
purity ull tho year round, lie does ti
largo business and lluds himself well
repaid for his outlay for the analysis.
Water charged with ctiibonU- acid
sas. In other words, soda water. I uow
prosarlbed as u palllutlro for hunger.
especially for the nnnorinni imc i
lungor duo to dUoae.
The strength of u man's virtue must
not bo measured by It extraordinary
efforts, but by his ordinary lift-
n. ,.ii. Cmih Hvruo cures
' Btiildiorn rouglii". cold anil lung nc. -tions.
Even Incipient consumption has ,
!bt.ii'encco9sfully enrod by thi mnrve
.. i -,i
uiier u lew
Prest. Jordan lectured in Chicago,
redlotiiig ultimate freedom for stti
r - -
Iwis Ackwim H)..A8!lWi. ina.,W-
Aii.t never ariiH)
lUtiil invigorate the
stones Drug stonen
Take Time By
Ihn't wait until sickness overtakes you.
Vfien that tired feeling, the first rheu
matic pain, the first warnings of impute
blood are manifest, tale Hood's Sar-apa-rilta
and you 'will rescue your health and
probably save a serious sickness. Be m
jo get tiooct s, Because
I MITTTf J
Under Henry XIII, 72,000 were hanged
for vagrancy, and under Elizabeth 100 a
year. The vagrancy was caused liy tlio
seizure of Innil by nobles.
Ollicial report cays that about 150,000
peoplo In Great Britain gained Increased
wages, averaging 2.1 cenls n week, during
October. Only nlxntt 500 sustained re
Australian trade unionists nro by no
means enthusiastic nlout tUu war In tho
Transvaal. Thoy view It largely as a
war of conquest nnd plunder on the part
of Knj-lnnd, which Is also the view of
European organized worker.".
t lie recent municipal elections In
Camilla resulted in sover.il social victories
and au increased vole all along the line.
In Loudon three socialist aldermen were
olected, and the socialist mayor was
defeated by only 210. " lu Oshnwa, Out.,
tho socialists won by electing their
mayor. Twenty-live towns voled for
municipal ownership of gas, water and
electric light plants.
Mayor E. A. Macdonald, of Toronto,
has given uotirothat bo will movent tho
next, meeting of ceuncil: "That this
council do pottion the parliament of
Canada at Its next session to pass an
act to authorize tho honorable tho postmaster-general
to acquiro ull ot tlio ox.
istlng telegraph and telephone lines nnd
systems, nnd make such extensions to
nnd operate tlio same in connection with
and as a pail of tho jtostal system of
Canada, or, in the alternative, to con
struct a now system or systems of tele
graph or telephone and operate tho snino
as aforesaid; and that the co-oorntton
of tho cities, towns nnd other munici
palities of Canada bo asked to tho end
Hint au net tuny bo passed for tho pur
Chicago is building a big tunnel, on
which Bhehns already spent n million
nnd u half. It was lot to contract and
cost tho city t"i to $!K) n foot. Tho con
tractors threw It up ami tho city hud to
do the work. It hired men by tho day,
paid Iwtter wages and shorter hours, and
the report of tho city engineer just
printed shows that tho cost lias been
only $25 n foot! Thero you have tho
two systems on tho sumo work. All
public work should lw dono without tho
intervention of tlio contractor. It Is
done better, costs lets anil Mho-contractor's
influence in lobby is done nwny
with. Hundreds of like instances could
1k quoted, yet tho people think the way
to got tho eheaest work Is to have It let
to contract. Thnt Is why lalmr unions
oppose the contract system. They get
butter pay and hours and it costs tho
Statk ok Ohio, Citv or Tolkdo, ( ,
I.i'cah County, I
Fiiank J. Chunky makes oath that
ho Is tho senior partner of tho Ilrm of F.
J. Chunky A Co., doing business in tho
Citv of Toledo, County and State afore
said, and that said Ilrm will pay tho
sum of ONE IIUNDHED DOU.AHS
for each and evory case of Catarrh that
cannot bo cured by the use of Hall's
FIIANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before mo mid subscrilied In
my presence, this 0th day of Decomlxir,
A. 1). 188(1.
. w. 0 LEA SON,
J hhai. J- Notary Public
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
nnd nets directly on the blood and mil
eons surface of tho syetom. Send for
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Diugglsts, 75o.
Hall's Family Pills nro tho boot.
M. It Smith. Itiitteruut. Mich., mys,
"DoWltt's Littlo Early ltlsors nro tho
very beet pills I over used for costive
nosti, liver and bowel troubles." Stono
A in year old loy has l03ii arrested In
Spokano, charged with bicycle stealing
He confessed that ho has stolen nine
wheels out of ten that were utolen In
Rum lunrra. nain in tho chest and pain
ful breathine are quickly rellev
thinrr nro milcklv relieved
cured bv tho old reliable a
m 'rtila remark
ji . .
.j.lk vaAniAslatf rlrffl
a up a cold in ono
night and Is, without doubt, tho vory
I08t medicine for all affections of tho
throat and longs. It has cured thoa
sands nnd will cure you. Itneverals
appoints. Try It at once,
Will quickly heal Sore Ldftgt.
Ooaca ate amaU and pltauot to take. Uortora
mwuiuu4U. rtice i nia. Al M oniKlaU.
HI opinion or nnnkeanrnrr.
There Is a story going nbout concern
ing n famous man of letters who vis
ited Washington recently. He appear
ed at but oue dinner party. Thero
ho Bnt next the young daughter of a
noted naval olllcer. Her vocabulary
Is of n klud peculiar to very young
girls, but sho rnttled nwny nt the fa
tuous rutin without a moment's respite.
It was during a pause In tho general
conversation that she said to hlrnr
"I'm nwfully stuck on Shakespeare.
Don't you think bo's terribly Interest
ing?" Everybody listened to hear the great
man's brilliant reply, for as a Shakes
pearean scholar ho has few peers.
"Yes," ho said solemnly, "I do thluk
ho Is Interesting. I think ho Is more
than that. I think Shakespeare Is Just
simply too cute for anything." Wash
"What's that thero young man's
business?" asked Mr. Parvenu.
"He's u tutor, I believe," replied his
"What does he teach?"
"Ono of them old sciences', I s'posc,"
answered Mrs. Parvenu. "I ain't Just
sure whnt It Is, but last night Mnybclle
told me he was giving her some lessons
"Well, I s'pose she's got to be edu
cated," returned tho old man. "I only
hope ho won't charge no fancy price
for his lessons." Chicago Post.
I'araiiuar'n I'nrtloulnr l'lena.
Perhaps the plague In Paraguay Is
merely nn attack of plgue, or sand Ilea.
This Insect Is called nlgun In tho native
language. In 180 It killed a whole
colony of Englishmen, consisting of
200 fnmllles, turning tho colony, which
was at ltape, Into n cemetery. A Gor
man colony nt Accgua was driven out.
The plgue causes buboes nnd attacks
the warmest pnrts of the body that Is,
the cavities ami the groin nnd armpit
Just tho Hnmc spots ns tho eastern
plague. It .atjacks Englishmen and
Germans preferentially nnd avoids
those that use but little soap. Bonps
clean tho body, nnd tho plgue likes
clean persons to cat. It also nvold
pcoplc who ent more or less polsonou
food. A man saturated with alcohols,
lloca gin, nicotine nnd Pnsco do Julio
cookery Is pretty well safe from .the
sand Ilea. Iluenos Ayres Herald.
w f f i i
ami not like jnatfo on it trenXr
mIomhcIi anil dlHoriltretl liver,
10 nnti ami II ceota, at all dru( aloru.
Tlio Democratic senate of Kentucky
passed a bill for tho nppolntmout of n
commlttco to hunt down tho person or
porsons who assassinated Governor Goi
liol and 1100,000 was npproprlatwl to
carry out tho work.
Hkki itAM'it l'n.i.s for distress after eal-
"I used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure lu my
family with wonderful results. It gives
Immediate relief, Is pleasant to take and
is truly tho dyspeptic's Iiest friends,"
ays h. Hartgorinck, Ovorisel, Midi.
Dfgosls what you eat. Cannot fall to
to cure. Stones Drug Stores,
Somocooksllko ONE brand of llournnd
others another, but so many people
liko Itickreal Four that all Grocers
ought lu keep it on rale. :i.:i-tf,
To secure tho original witch hazel
salvo, ask for DoWltt's Witch Hazel
Salve, well known as a certain cure for
piles nnd skin diseases. Dewaro of
worthless counterfeits. They are dan
gerous. Stones Drug Stores.
Tho American German league of
Pennsylvania . urges friendly olllces of
our government in behalf of South
Tlie Homeliest Man in Salem
As well as the hundbomest, and others
arc Invited to call on nny druggist
and got frco a trial bottle of Kemp's
ISulstun for tho Throat and Lungs, u
remedy that Is guaranteed to euro and
bellevo all Chronic and Acuta Coughs,
AsUiuiu, HronchltlH and Consump
tion. Price 25c, mid 60c. cod&w
Cecil Hhodes exjiecta to leave
Town for England Wednesday,
Try Allen's Foot Ease,
A powder to bo shaken into tho shoos.
Your feet feel swollen, nervous and hot,
and get tired easily. If you have smart
ing feet or tight shoes, try Allen's Foot,-
L'tiu,. ll nrtftla ilm r,ut nml iiinL'nu VL'illlr,
ingeasy. Cures swollen, sweating foot,
ingrowing iiuiib, misters uuu cuuoua
siKits, ltd loves corns and bunions of
all pain und givas rest and comfort. Try
ll tmlnv. Sold bv all ilrni'i'ltttu nnd shoo
stores for 25c, 'Trial package FKEE.
."(ireiw mien n. nmsiou, i.eiioy, .n. i.
Pouti-ani), March 6. Wheat, valley 51
Q52, Walla Walla, 51 062. CD
Flour Portland, best grades 12.70 to
$3.00. Superfine 2.10 pcrbbl.
Oat White 35Q30c, grey XI to 31.
Hay Timothy 110(811 per ton.
Hops 7 10c; old crop 630c.
Wool Valloy. 12i:io; Eastern Ore-
gon, HHc; .Mohair, i.'7ao.
Mlllstufi liran, ii:i; snorts, io.
Poultry Chickens, mlxeil, 13.00 to
1.00; hens, 4 to 4.50; turkeys, live 13o.
Eggs Oregon, 1 1 ' U I2)jc ier do.
Hides Green, salted (X) lbs, 8l)o;
under HO lbs, 7(3 8i ; sheep pelts, 150
Onions $1.50(32.50 per cental.
Jhitter Host dairy, 3037a ; fancy
crtainery, 50 to 65c; store, 22)4 to27Se.
Potatoes 60 to S0c per cental.
Hugs Heavy dressed 6 U flu.
Mutton Dressed, 7 to7tfc r pound.
Ileef Steers, l34.60; cows,$3JiO il".
ilretced beef, ft U Hi"-
Veal Dressed, 7 & Ho.
Wheat 58 jwunils and over, 41".
Wool, Ilk-, Mohair, SOe.
Hots 5 to 7c
Oats 2tJ to 30e.
Hay Haled, cheat. $8 i timothy. $U2
VntHi II rli. 10.; trade.
Flour In wholesale lots, $2.50; retail,
MilUtuffa-Bran, $13: Aborts, $14).
Hogs Dressed, OH"-
Live cattle Surs, 'Mi cow, i)i to
Butter Dairy, 16c creamery, 26a.
Poultry Chickens, 8; tnrkeys, 10 lo
Potatoes 25c to :i5c
lUiia,',!'! ict'-hs jBinr-i7,-r-r-ijTr r
slmllaHnu the Food nndHctila
ling HicStouwKhs and Dmrel:
ncas anclRcst.Conlnli3 ncliltcr
Onlum,MorplUnc nor Mineral.
Apcrfccl Remedy forConstlpn
lion , Sour Sionyich, Diarrhoea
nnd Loss of Sleup.
FacSimilo Signnlure of
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
Estimutes furnished, andwork done promptly, substantially
and at honest prices.
Fruit and Hop Dryer work a specially.
T. S. BURROUGHS, 102 Stato St. Phono I5II
MAHUOOD JIESTOHED 'tfSVKf'VJSK
tcmc.IyKuaranlctd lo cure nil ncrvoua illMaaca, auclina Weak
Memory, IIrailuclic,VaWcrullnc.txt Maiilmti. NluMly limlv
alona, Ncrvouincti, lo or jiowtr In Ucncralhc Orirant, cautnl
by voulhful crrora, curative uae or atlmulanta wlitcli lcai to
Infirmity or Inunlty. Can In; rarririt In vt pocket. Jl.oiivcr
twx. -furl, by mail prtpalil. Circular ficc. All druinrlala. Take
no oilier. Maiiufjclurcd by the I'eau McdlclneCo., ParKI'iuncc.
v.uue-uuvls Urug Co. illatrlbuUBj; ugenu,
rniso and YAMiiru. 8ts., Pohtiand. Ossoom
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competitors on getting the War News, from
all parts of the world. It prints the news firs!
and prints it most complete of all.
Isissued .Thursday morning in time lo reach
all parts of the slate the same week.
BBST OKKGON WBEKLY
in two parts contains all Important Foreign
National and Slate News.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
Tin eiNTtuN eoMNr. mm voaa cirr.
It's Ticklish Business
to take your linen to a laundry that
hasn't earned n reputation for tho re
liability of Its muthods In perfect laun
dry wurlt, such fas tlio Hnletii Hteatn
U'undry has. Wo do up linen, Madras,
and iiercalo hhlrts, with the eolor as
(...el. na ..Iw.ll llfat llllri-llllHKll . mill drtlHg
shirts and whlto linen collars and cults
in n manner that Is unsurpassed in tho
art ol iniinury won.
Salem Steam Laundry.
COLONKt. J. or.MSTIUI) ritOflllKTOII.
IMIIIOUS I). OI.MMrKAII, Jlllll.
Phono 111, -Jill) Liberty Hlreel
The model Oreyoij
New paper and
Uniting News, He
t ion. Literary,
Ranch and Dairy,
and Market .News
in attractive, read
A n liuiependeut
Paper for the Peo
ple, " Send for
Mi l ir
IIOFKIC ItitOS., SAL15M OH.
G. H. OlACK
u.-nturi lo 1J. i Al. Kit lit. iil.l Wlilt.
On i.Sal ni. In.. Pari ailesinng uprioi
man iirF in rrmiMU'f i.-s "n any nraien ,
n enpeclnl reqtteBt.
, a A. ROBERTS,
i Bicycle Reoairing,
1 Umbrella milking nnd
I General repairing.
IPS Stnto btroot. ' 1-0 Phone 2870
jOld P. 0. Saloon
I S. C. SINGL15TARY
Bnccensor to Fred (lonlet.
Choicest poods in all lines.
Oproslto Hotel Wlllnmetlo. 2-10-tf
No. 71 Chcmckcta st,
J. II T. TUTHILL ARSityiTr
ItOOMB 1 AND 3, nitAY llt.K.
B. R. JONES,
Wail'lork of Clmilt Court for alx!rara aitilhaa
an iiHtoilate abstractor sit properly lu l.lnrolu
A,,.. ,., ii-iiiii
OFFICIO, CITY HALL
Fur wntcr Mirvlce nnply at nlUc.
Ullltt pnynblo monthly In advance.
Mako nil complaints nt tho olllcc.
GOLD DUST FLOUR
Tliti mold mill liai Ju.t been relltteit with tlio
111,1,, IIIII'IUTCU IIIHVDIUQI, .Till, ,nJi;ii 1.1,1'
elico to tho maklnar of tbelr famoui (IULU
ifuni riA.uii lor lainuj uw, Aia jour
llrootr for ll. Onira with tho Halcin WalrrUn..
City Hall II. (X TIIOU8, Miller.
j. n. iiai.i.aui., rrraiiieui.
Express and Transfei
Mcela nil, mall and paatettger tuih. Ili.
a ami exmeu lo all paits ol tie "ilj
'umiin icrvlce. t'elcphone No, 70.
DISgUB : BKIPTONJQ
ICuliirKeincnts In Crayon nti(U,U'iitor
Color. I'holo lluttotis.
Amateur tlovclopltur und lltnslitntt
neatly dono. U. V. DIHKMAN.
"" Uiiornwir to K. J. Ilrowrj.
2i;i (lotutiiflrcliil til., fcjulum Oregon,
S, C, STONE. M. D.
Stone's Drue: Stores
JtTho ulcrsi (two In iiuniberl nr Im-aUxl a
No. 'IV ami W3 Com me re I al atreet, and an
Hell ituckeil with srompleto lino ofilruiasml
meillrlnea, toilet nrllrlea, ixrluinerr, lini.liti
ItaabailioinelUycara oiixirleuro In the prf
ilco ntmtsllclnoanil now roakei no'clikrfti fnr
cnmiilUlliin. etanilnatlnn or rw.erlltlon.
The New Bath Tub
In not only a "lliinu of benutv. hut a toy
fortier"to tho family who In vim ououuh
to know tho vnliiool tho bath for health
and beauty. You can rove I 111 tho lux
ury of ono of tho now out iluBltfim 111 por
I'olulii bath tuliH at a roasotmblo ivnt,
whtiii wo plumb your bathroom, uh well
an un-to-ilule w iihIi utamU. foot tulw.
eloDota, with iu niekxl plattxl Hitultary
M COMMliKUlAl. hTUKKI
TcUphimc No 37i
A 1AVK WAVED.
Dr. J.f, C00X, tho Uotanlcal Spoo
allst, Suuoooda Whore Other
To whom it may concern :
ThU I to certify thnt Itortliu 1'. Con
1IUI, Ul ,.VOll,U JIIVUIIIU,, .ilHIIUIl LAll.ll'
ty, Orenoii, litm aufforod from a cancer
otia growth in tho left ear for about three
yearn. iiioroHtn wun 0111 out twice ami
Imrnod out onco by Albany 1'liyBiclitns.
but tho growth eamu baok tut bail
us ovur. and paiuol her so ludly that
ho had to lie taken from nohool. After
linen week'B treatment by Dr. J. F,
Cook, ol Halem, Oregon, tho llotanlcal
BiMi:iullnt. the irowth oiiiirelv dltun
jiearoil, and at this date, fom months
innco iroaiinoin. wa ijokiiii, tiiegrowui
huri not reapiwuired, uml tho ear iiai 1 n
tlrely hculel leAvingonlv tho noon in
lliotetl by tho Albany doctor,
I hereby certify that tho above eUtte
initnt in ubsolutely true, and that llor-.
thu I Connor, tho porHon inoiitlonod
j in thu ullUluvlt. ban ronUM in niyfaui
I ily n'nco early liilldhood, tearing tho re
I lutlomhiii to mo of niece.
I II. O. Loku.
, Bubaurlbed and aworn to More mo
thl. eighth day of Juno. I8W. W. W
Hall, county olork of Marion county
All iliociiwa hiicwboiuiij' iiciiwi mix;
2nyajjTTn ' T7TP
thrpo tlmns for aoo.. 080 a w
Nniu tnrlnti H,l..-ii. A ...
.it,u.-A homo for a Reed ttrontt
healthy boy eight yean old whero liS
can imvo his kcop ami v, to school.
Apply at tho Journal oflice. 3-fJ-tf
my Irish Sotter "JiJIrho," i n
OFFIOKOr school homo glfisa'ilaor
Jlhrary liook case, two at n bareafu.
Call Jas. ohnnlx .( rv. inr riL..l
Blreot. ' ""
FOR UKNT- 11 ncros of land with
house, shod, good well, water, 2 acres
choice garden land (now) balance
pasture and timber, cash or work. Hoi
U. . Pearmino, 2 miles nortlt city rn
river road. jttyf
WANTKD-To buy for ca.h, a cJl(.nr,
hotiso nml lot. fnrjulro at Kills ,1
inn, 151 8tnt street. 3-3-3t
SUITS, I'ANTd, OVKUCOAT8-T0
niottsure. l'orfect lit Ruoritntded,
2,000 styles to salcct from. II. 8.
Holle, State Btrcct.ngeut Wnnnnmakor
k Urown, riilladclphia. 2211m
THE QUAKBK Improved, square, fold
ing bath cabinet, prlco $0. Call oil or
mlilress Mrs. T. 15. Fairbanks or Mrs.
J. A. Sallwood, 31 Front street.
uiiiuiu, uiyKun exclusive agentj.
FOK BALK Oil T1UDK-A No. 1
heavy team horses, nbout 1000 weight.
Apply to Joshua Hmith three fourth
nillo south-oast of depot. :i-2."t
FOR 8AI.K Sovernl toiisot good client
hay, loose, call at fowl atabloor wrlto
to J. K. Dettwellor, Turner, Or.
COMK QUICK I have been authorized
to soil tickets lo Nome 011 tho Bplen
did sloamur Senator. If yoit havo
mailo ut your mind to o. Como
nuick whilo tho tickets can lw had
.1. II. Flotchur, Indepondent olllce, Sn
lom,0r. 2 21t
10 ItKNT. A good hop ynnl of 22 acres
In lino condition with good buildings.
Win. 11. Kgnn, lirooks. 2 21 tf
DID YOU KNOW-Tlmt f400 would
buy n block of nearly two acres with
improvements, costing nbout tho
price. Running wntcr across ono
corner nleo for poultry, with or with
out a small stotk of staple goods, llox
11, Marion, Or. 2 20 lm
TO TRADK. Smnll tnleta of mitm.
proved real gstnto In part payment for
woodcutting. Inquire room 0, over
Gilbert's bank. 2-15 tf
table for 12. flO-ehild'a oak folding
bed, with mattress and springs H.
lledrooru sets f 10 and upwards. All
kinds of household goods. Jnmea
Shunt., 107 Court street. 2-U-lm
FOR SALE I'art cash, balance on
time, a two story eight room
hotiso with basement. All hard
tlnished, good well and out build
ings, full lot, corner of Klgh.
toonth anil Chemoketu stroota. For
further Informatioii call at DantuU'
bnrbcr shop, 2H Commorclnl street.
2 12 lm
HARRED 1'I.Y.MOTH ROOK.-CKk-orels
from tho choicest stock of Mill
ford Baylors, celebrated 11. V. R. jou. '
try farm at Now .Market, Ind. can bo
had nt from f 2,60 to 5 .each. Thew '
birds aro true to u feather and nro "
equal to tho ost in tho state, nt -170
Com, street, Salem, Oregon. Mott
LAND 1IUYURH ATTENTION - A
rarochunco to buy ouu of tint best grain,
stock or dairy farms In Folk county,
lulled from Balom, nearly -100 acres. To
bo sold March 7th, by order ol court.
Cull and examine. Zena, Folk Co.
d A w 2-8ml Referee.
HQUHK OL1JANK1W - lloiuoiubcr
thut'thohost and cheapest carpet
paper Ih tho heavy full paper sold
Blooded Stnrlr T,rn built-A nuiiilAU
uiooaca oiocu anpajkiimky. iiriu
Hcawn II. W mjI cwh
una uiiick noun or
rjtl raieiil M'llfiui.
JIHOWN A 80.V.
Urown Writes Smith All About What
Happened to Jones.
ClIKMUO, III., 10-.
My Diuii bumi: Your pointer wus
a peach. 1 left, for Chicago immedi
ately after I saw you, und of course
houghl my ticket over the Wisconsin
Central Ity, frum St. Futil to Chicago.
I hud plenty of tlmu In St. 1'uul lu gu
up town and gel my bupper, us my
train luuvod St. 1'nul ut, 7:lu n. m.
1 returned to tlio depot about 7:20.
When passing ttirough tho gutcn tho
gutciiutn aiihl: "'J'hero's your train to
tlio right." I bunded my grip to thu
gentlemanly lwjrior. who placed It In
my Iwrtli. (You will notice 1 cull thU
my l rain, while ll realty belong to
thu Wlsuoiixln Central. 1 could not
help but fuel (hat 1 owned tho train,
and oven the mud, tho employes aru
socourtouux.i 1 then prepared myself
for tlio couil'jrts In stum. Well, talk
about I raveling: 1 huyo truvek-d all
ovur thu wide world, but never hud tt
more delightful trip than thlt ono
from St. i-ii ul to CUicagu ovur tilt)
Wlscotibln Centrul Ry 1 retired
uuuui 1U p. Ill
and enluywl a good
tho I iillmaii l'uluco
night's rest In
cur; only wuko up once during Ilia
night, and that was whon thu purler
punched 1110 und said: "Mr. Drown,
don't snore so 'outl, ou disturb the
rottt tif too ptisdeugor.' 1 ul unco full
asleep, and uwolco ugaia about 7 a. 111,
and prepared tiiycelr 'or breakfast;
went Into tho dining ear about a a. in.,
and partook of a mini, sumptuous
meal. All meals are oemd a la uta,
as you know. Sly otitirg trip waa a
delightful ntie I will never case Ui
nratKO the Wiseonsn- Central Ry., and
I know yuur senUti.onis are tno same
Our (rlouil Jites reached Chlcagt:
via nnultior route and was six hour
lute. Cousequuntly ho mld connec
lions fur Now York, and uatiuul luaKt
cuniitclion thero with steamer fur
thu Furl Exposition, lleiico hu
ulvou up his trip, and will return
homo vtu tho Wisconsin Central Ry.
V. S. Since you vYe.ro lu Chicago,
tho Wisconsin Central Ry. havo.
changed their terminals, and aro now
running lulu the Central Mntlon, .it
Park Row und t-lh sU ThU depot Is
also used by the Mloblgan Couiral
Ry.. Illinois Central and C C 0. &
St. L. 2-Itf
lira nt)- la llluou )h.
Clean blood nieaus a tlfJn skin. No
beauty without it. Caacarets, Candy Cathar
tio dean your blood and kin it clean, bj
ltlrring up the Uiy liver and driving all im
purities from the Ixxly. ilegin to-day to
banUli pi.uplea. boilt, Llotchw, LUckbcaiM,
and thai aicldy blhoua coiiiplefo by takksji
Canrareta. beiiutv fur ten ceats. All limal-
gutf, aatufaitiou giuranten4. )ti.SaV,M,
11 mm ii urn. ui ..H"mnnaa).atiiiTWfy