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JPF.ENI2W CAPITAL. J.OUBNaIj, TUESDAY, AUGUST l5, 183.
. , .r-ii-rx i-it ruYi r l T n FOB A
GREAT (IMAM . ALK
For 30 Days.
ALL DRESS GOODS INCLUDED,
Call and Get Prices.
Our two fine presents will be' given away September 1st.
THE PALACE 'andSoemSny,
307 Commercial Street.
- if -
You are going to build or matte any MndoT
Improvement, call on the undersigned lor
material. We nave a complete stock, and are
ready to supply any prepared contract, sewer
work, (Trading, etc.
Salem Improvement Co.
At Camp Albert There are camp
ed there the families ot Rev.Hutchlson,
Geo. W. Riddel, Thomaa Albert, T. B.
Jackson, G. A. Rockwell, A. Klein,
Mrs. 8Ineleton, Mr. and Mrs. Albert,
Ben., and Miss Myra Albert. Service
were held 8unday on tho island, by
Rev. Gay, of Mehama, Rev. Hutch
ison, of Salem, and sacred concert In
the evening at the Albert residence.
Saturday evening there was a little
folk's concert before a big bonfire.
Hutchison is developing Into tho crack
fisherman, but Rocky Hodgkln leads
Dbownbd. Tboa. Sims of this city,
received a telegram today from Star
buck, Wn announcing the death of
bis brother-in-law, John Mcintosh, by
drowning. He had been ofTon a pleas
ure trip to Black Lake, and as no de
tails are given it is thought he drowned
away from home. Mrs. Angus Shaw
ofSalom, Is his motber-ln-law arid be
has a daughter at Mill City. He was
formerly a deputy sberlfl at Salem.
Mr. Mcintosh was deputy under Blair
Forward, and was a mill superintend
ent and wheat buyer at Turner and
New Time Card. Aug. 10., a new
time card goes Into eflect on the main
line of the Southern Pacific between
Albany and Portland. The Albany lo
cal each way Is taken off. The Over
land train will stop at all way stations
between those two points, with follow
ing changes In time. Leavo Portland
coming south 0:15 p. m.; arrive at Sa
lem 9.-00 p. m ; Albany 10:18 p. m. go
ing north arrives at Salem at 0:39 a. in.,
Portland 8:20 a. m. Roseburg mall
runs the same as before.
Albany Market. Considerable
wheat is coming luto Albany at 40cta.
Oats are sold only to local consumers
at 80 cents. There is but little other
grain raised in Linn couuty and only a
small acreago of hops. Wheat on the
low lands Is not turning out as well as
expected, while on high ground it !b
threshing out beyond all expectation.
Reform School. Acting Supt.
Frank Bryant returned from Portland
last night with Louis WIbo, a boy who
was off on parole aud returned to bis
former vicious ways. There are now
00 boys at the school and everything is
running along nicely. It is expootcd a
new superintendent will be aopolntod
In a few days.
One Man Hai'I'y.-Wiu. Chambers
of Balem is packing up preparatory to
moving to Portland, where ho has an
appointment under Collector Black of
the custom house as lnrwotor. Ills
frleuds are ottering congratulations.
He assumes his position next Monday
and his hack buslucss will be contin
ued as of yore.
Briikik. The city council meets to;
- n ght and will probably drive the lat
pike in the preparation aud red tape
required before tho Big Bridge at Salem
can be planked. But it will be done
and then people can cross it without
taklug out au accident aud life icaur
Got His Eves. John Bahler, men
tioned In the 'Frleco papers as recover
leg his eyesight, after having had his
eyeballs removed 80 years ago, and
worn glass, eyes for teu years, Is well
known lu this city, being a member of
the Beyea Day Adventist soolety.
Another Tie. They scored exaoily
it apfcee aad will, haye to shoot ofl
M04fl, Th pari lea referred to are Sa
):' crok elay pbieou shooters, Turn
traiul Harriett and they will content
jmmU TtMMlay ovenlug.
08 WaY. -To battle hard tlmea for
our mmAmmm k to give them extra
Sim mm?Ml wekhts aud low D.
mM ----- j. a. Vaa Eaton, I
PERSONAL AND LOOAL.
The city will now probably order tho
streets graded, gravelled and curbed on
the other three sides of the Court House
There Is money to move the crops in
Bankers are losing as much by this
financial stringency as others in propor
tion. One Salem bank has several
hundred thousand dollars lying idle,
not earning a cent.
Clark & Eppley's supply ofpeaches
for family use is unequalled in the city.
Charles Burggraf, the architect, left
on last night's train for Drain, Doug
las county, on business connected with
tho $0,000 school house Just being
Napoleon Davis expects to remove In
a few days with bis family to Portland,
where they will hereafter reside.
County Judge Hubbard has gone to
his farm near Fairfield.
"The Fair," Court street, for bar
gains. H. B. Holland has changed his resi
dence to the corner of Summer and
Cbemeketa street He formerly resided
on the Garden road.
State Supt. E. B. McElroy, ono of
the State Board of Education went to
Portland this afternoon. Asked if there
was any show for building of the state
reform school addition, he said: "I'll
not give It up. I think there Is."
Col. Robt. Miller wont to Oregon
Thos. Hubbard la in the city.
H. A. Glrod, who has been for some
time employed at the Van Eaton gro
eery started this morning for Chicago
to take a two year course at the Y, M.
C. A. training college. He will attend
tho convention at Victoria for the Paci
fic Northwest as a delegate of the Sa
lem Y. M. C. A.
G. N, Townsend and family are at
Wllboit Bprlngs for a week.
A car lot of Crawford peaches, Bart
lett pears, Muscat grapes, and Hunga
rian prunes were received this morn
ing direct from the orchards at Red
Bluil, Cal,, by tho Oregon Fruit and
Produce Co. They are supplying tho
ritall trade with unbroken packages at
over $i.uou was paid out In wages
Saturday to fishermen by the various
canneries of Astoria, and today anoth
er siuo wo was dispensed in the same
way. This week canneries will be
busy filling final Eastern orders and re
cciving uoaiB auu gear trom tne men.
Albany Demecrat: A lamentable
sight these quiet times Is that of people
patronizing suldo circuses, when a
good many of them cannot pay their
meat bills. We need every pleco of
silver nt home, and Just why Oregon
should be o filleted with three cheap
John circuses during a critical porlod Is
Tom Blank of "Tho Willows" farm,
has Just returned from Harrlsburg,
wucro ho has been spendtug Sunday.
Capt. Humphrey was visited at the
asylum last night by a number of Sa
lem frtonds and they report him Im
Salem's delightful cool summer
Mrs. Jeff. Scriber and Miss Grace
Scrlber weut to Portland this afternoon.
Kllnger & Beck of the Balem brew
ery pay cash for No. 1 barley, $1.00 per
A. B. Blauson, of tbo Oregonlan,
accompanied by his wife, went South
today for a week's recreation in the
mountains aud by tho seaside.
Rev, J, H. Roork Is homo from east
ern Oregon, aud Preet. Whltaker and
Prof. Parvln went soutu'ln the Interest
of Willamette university,
Mlsa Lottie HeUenbraud Is home
from Gearhart Park.
The stream of pleasure seekers to the
coast keeps up.
A. a Barndt, West Granville, Wis ,
Morris, Corvallls, Mrs. Dourer, of
registered at Hotel Wit
Taking the Sense of the Legislature
on the Question.
Governor Pennoyer has addressed a
copy of the following letter to each rep
resentative and senator, who are mem
bers of the present general assembly:
Balem, Aug. 15.
Dear Sir:- Having received numerous
communications urging me, in view of
the present financial stringency to call
an extra session of the legislative as
sembly for tbe purpose of passings law
for the stay or execution on au judg
ments for one year, x request mat you
as a member of the state legislature.
would express your opinion as to tbe
advisability of so doing.
, , THE GOVERNOR'S PLAN
Beems to do to not jn tne legislature
unless.be gets enough responses favor
able to such a law to ensure the passage
of it, and thus avoid the expense of a
are divided in opinion as to the effect
of a special session for such a purpose.
Some strongly urge that it would be a
bad thing to advertise tbe state in that
way, though admitting it might be a
stood thine for the debtor class. A ses
sion would cost tbe state about $2000 a
day and could not last less than two
weeks. Indications are 1hat the dis
tress in the thinly settled counties is
such as to force a special session.
To the Pen. E. A. McKinnon was
brought to tbe state prison from Grant's
Pass, this morning, one year for lar
ceny. He was brought by T. A. Shai
tuck, deputy sheriff, and guard.
New Wiring. The new electric in
candescent lights were turned on at
the state house last night for the first
time. It was brilliantly lighted.
There will have to be more lights in
the hall of representatives.
Indispensable. A good fruit jar in
putting up fruit. Get the Lightning,
& Eppley's grocery, Court
Miss Mary B.McMurray of Eugene is
visiting in Balem this week.
Many people were attracted to Har
ntt fc Mclntyre's store Jhe past few
days to see the collection of life size
crayon portraits in beautiful frames
which they distributed free to their
customers. Among them were minis
ters, officials, and many ladies bad sur
prises for their husbands in the Bhape
of beautiful works of art to ornament
their parlors, of tbe husband himself or
Borne departed member of the family.
The Harritt& Mclntyre picture gallery
Is a great thing.
Archbishop Dennison's Famous Toast
"Hera's health to all that we love,
Here's health to ull that love us,
Hero's health, to all those that love them.
That love those that love them
That love us,"
Do you notice what a large circle this
wish for health includes ? and will
you notice tbe reference is not to the
winecup, but to a standard medicine,
the "Golden Medical Discovery," that
can bring health to the largo number of
rrleuds we eacn love. True, it is not a
"beverage" and does not luebriate, but
is a health-giving medicine, a blood
purifier, liver-inylgorutor and general
tonic a remedy for blllloueness, indi
gestion and stomach troubles. It cures
consumption, lu its early stages, scrofu
lu, bronchitis, aud throat diseases.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
A. O. Condlt, guardian of Arthur J.
Glover, James B. and Louis B. Simp-
Son to William and Louis J. Mitchell;
undivided .0875 interest In pi d 1 o of
James Davidson 84.60 acres, $437.
Matthias Felchtlnger and wife to
Ottoman Leuttlchj lots 1 and 2 blk 12
of Christian Fnckey's Railroad ad. to
Jennie Carlson to Minnie B. Moore;
It 1 and 10 feet offe'a lot 2 blk 3 Settle
melr'a ad. to Woodburn, $G50.
Rev. Joseph Fessler to Joseph Hen.
berger; 122.5 acres, $2,205.
Adelhelm Odernatt to Arnold Ruef;
pt a e or n e i sec 14 t 7 s, r 1 w 1.45
William M, Case and wife to Oscar
Mendenball, put sec, 13, 14, 23 and 24 t
4 a r 1 w 15 acres, $300.
Aug 15. Wheat,
Seller 93; new
December, $1.21 J.
Chicago, Aug. 15. Cash, 01 J; Sep
Portland, Aug, 15. Wheat valley, I
1.00, Walla Walla 00; Dec. J1.21J. '
The oaly Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No AfcuB.
UfMd in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Steai&fi
Roland Reed will open the recon
structed Boston Museum on Aug. 21
with Glen Mac Donough and W. Stokes
Craven's rewritten comedy, "Innocent
as a Lamb."
A now. comic opera", which will be
called "Prince Pro Tern," will be pro
duced at the Boston Museum on Sept.
4 for a run. Both author and composer
It is announced that Mile. Rhea is
inch a stickler for accuracy that she will
have many of the scenes for her forth
coming production of "The Queen of
Bheba" painted in France under the im
mediate supervision of the author.
"Venus," the new comio opera which
Edward E. Rice will produce next fall,
will have as its prima donna Camille
d'Arville, who is perhaps the highest
salaried comic opera singer in the world
with the exception of Lillian Russell.
There is no truth in tho rumor which
has been very generally published to tho
effect that Digby Bell, the operatic come
dian, will change his name because an
actor with a similar name has been an in
mate of a well known inebriate asylum.
Edwin Barbour is the sole author of
A. Y. Pearson's latest romantic spectac
ular production, "The Land of the Mid
night Suh," and did not have a collabo
rateur in the person of James W. Har
krus, Jr., as has been erroneously pub
lished. "Tho Corncracker." the most recent
play from tho pen of Joseph Arthur of
"Still Alarm" and "Blue Jeans' tame,
will be produced at the Fourteenth
Street theater. New York, on Oct. 9. It
is expected that it will last throughout
Loie Fuller, the inventor of the now
wornout serpentine dance, was bo little
appreciated in America that last yeai
she went to Europe, where she has been
coining money. She will shortly retun
to New York for a short season as the
star of a high priced vaudeville aggrega
tion. It is said that her salary eclipses
that of "Ta-ra-ra Boom-de-ay" Lottie
1774 A penny post set up in Dublin.
Like that of London, its routes were
bounded by the city limits.
1774 Franklin dismissed from offlco
on account of his strong sympathy for
the colonial agitation against English
1785 Mail coaches were employed for
several of the leading routes out of Lon
1789 The United States postal rates
were fixed by congress. For a single let
ter, one written on a singlo piece of pa
per, under 40 miles, 8 cents; under 90,
10 cents; under 150, 121 cents; under
800. 17 cents; under 500, 20 cents; over
COO, 25 cents.
1702 A money1 order office was set up
in this vear between London and the
provincial towns. Little used on ac
count of the great expense of transmit
ting funds in this way.
1794 The London penny post was
creatly enlarged, much improved and
the rate of postage increased to two
1809 The first production of the Lon
don Postoffice Directory was begun. It
has been regularly issued every year
since that date.
1816 General reduction of postage
rates in tho United States.
1830 In this year the mails were first
sent by rail, in spite of a general protest
that the new means of conveyance was
unsafe, uncertain and would tend to the
abolition of the stage coach routes, to
the great damage of coach owners and
the general injnry of British lnstitu
1885 Mails first sent to India by tho
overland route i. e.. through the conti
nent and over tho isthmus of Suez.
1837 Rowland Hill began the advo
cacy of his plan of penny postage, which
was fully investigated by a committee of
the house of commons, and after much
disoussion was finally adopted. St.
A ROYAL FLUSH.
Princess Louiso is an expert salmon
The czar's throne is said to be worth
four times as much as Queen Victoria's.
A thimble shaped liko a lotus bloesom.
in solid sold, thickly studded with dia
monds forming initials or motto, bolongs
to the queen consort of blam.
Evory spring the emperor of China goes
to "the emperor's field," plows a portion
of It, sows it with several kinds of Beods
and superintends the ceremony while
the princes and nine courtiers perform
the same act in honor of tne god or agn
The royal family of England is said to
bo tho most money loving of the prince
ly blood of Europe. The queen has ac
cumulated a vast fortune from her sav
ings, and sho pays her servants leas than
they can get in any first class hotel
Her daughter, the Princess Louise, in
herits this parsimonlus spirit.
Of Interest to Sportsmen.
Mr. W. 11. ITnlbart. A. G. P. A.. Union Pa-
clrlo System, Po tland.Ure., has Just received
a supply of books cnl'ed "Gun (Hub Rules and
Revised Game Laws " This publication con
tains a digest or I he laws relating to came In
the Western stales and territories. Mr. Hul
hurt will be glnd to mall you one of the book
upon receipt ol two stamps to eover postage.
Economize in Paper.
Clean newspapers, tied In bundles of
100. not cut, for sale at this ofllco at
fifteen cents a bundle. A heavy straw
wrapping paper, largo sheets, two cents
a pound. Next door to tho" postoffice.
Notice to Fanners.
Please take notice that tbe Salem
Flouring Mills Co., are prepared to fur
nish sacks this season as has been their
custom in past years.
Baiem flouring niuis uo.
H. B. Holland, manager.
8-1 d w.
Southern Pacific Announcement
Commencing Monday, August 7th,
and until further notice, the
following changes will be made
In tbe running of trains on
Woodburn. Snrinfieid branch. Train
No, 14 from Sllverton to Wood-
sum, and local No. 11 from Woodburn
to Natron, will ruu on Mondays, Wed
nesdays, aud Fridays only. Train No.
12 from Natron to-Woodburn.and train
No. 13 from Woodburn to Sllverton,
will run on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturdays only. E. P. Rogers,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt.
Willamette University, Salem, Or.,
School of mqsjc for piano, organ, violin,
singing, orchestral instruments, harmo
ny, counterpoint, fugue, orchestration
and higher musical composition. Xso
better grade of work done west of tbe
Rocky mountains. Prices low. Seven
teachers. Next term begins Sept. 4tb.
Send for annual year book or address,
Z. M. Parvln, Mus. Doctor, musical
director. 8 9 2md&w
MAKE NO MORE MISTAKES
CHARLES A. SMITH RUMS
The Rustler food Saw
And he doesn't burn up half your wood, in
fuel, when be saws it. Make your contracts
with him personally or leave orders at Veatchs
clear store Dearborn's book store,433 Hammer
ovrcei. or auaress me vy man. o-i-u
Justice Field is the only supremo jus
tice remaining who sat in the famous
Ex-Governor Richard J. Oglesby of B
linols told a reporter the other day that
just now he is more interested in pota
toes than politics.
Mr. Henry J. Tiffen of Montreal has
given his collection of books, valued at
f 6,000 or more, to the city as the nucleus
for a public library.
General Booth has named his daugh
ter, not either of his sons, as his succes
sor in the command of the Salvation
Army. He says, "Women are the best
Colonel John S. Mosby, tho famous
ex-Confederate, is practicing law in San
Francisco. Ho is nearly CO years old,
but stands straight as an arrow and is
full of vigor.
David Charles Melville, for 48 years a
circus performer and the ex-champion
bareback rider of the world, is ending
his days in the charity ward of a Pitts
Colonel Bob Ingersoll is said to have
more young men friends than any man
In the country. Ho says witty things to
the young fellows, pats them on the
shoulder and makes comrades of them.
Florence Marryat's now book, "Parson
Jones," is the sixtieth work of fiction
she has written since she began in 1865.
28 years ago. Miss Marryat has done
much other literary work and also lec
tured. Horace M. Haynes of Charlotte, Me,,
who had the honor of driving the ba
rouche occupied by President Tyler at the
Bunker Hill celebration half a century
ago, is now 73 years old and very feeble
Mr. Andrew Carnegie has rented, be
side Cluny castle in Scotland, Craig-dhu
houso, two miles from tho castle, on the
banks of Loch Ovie, near the rocky re
cesses whero Prince Charlie took refuge
after the battle of Cullodon.
James Gordon Bennett has sold his en
tire coaching outfit in Paris and an
nounces that he has done with that sport
He is now going in for yachting and has
ordered a new steam yacht which shall
be faster than any other boat in the
Rear Admiral Butler, tho British offi
cer who succeeded. Admiral Hopkins in
command of the Atlantio fleet, saved two
lanmen from drowning in Queenstown
harbor more than 80 vears sen and has
since worn the bronze medal of the Royal
R. D. McLean, the actor, la Investing
In fast trotters.
Ityland T was branded and ran wild
on an Idaho ranch until be was 10 years
'William EaMon recently bought at
English Tutteraalls' the stallion Quici.
luno for 150,000. Mr. Easton is presumed
to have acted for August Belmont
According to the rules of the Ameri
can Trotting association, no one but the
judges may remain In the stand when
decisions are being taade.
The American bxed trotfer nnW
broke the English two mile record over
mw Aintreo track near Liverpool fci
;, wast a bus ovsrtM
One is to furnish all the work
we can for the working man.
The other is to sell the best
goods for the least money. v
Come and try a suit of our
Home Made Goods
WQQUEl VMiU STORE,
A GREAT PLUNGE.
A ereat trtunze downward In prices. We
have rut without regard to cost and lor a
on. ume oner our DacK numoersoi au
PERIODICALS conslstlnc of fuck, Judge,1
lieslle's Weekly. Y. L. Journals. If you
want cheaD literature 'or the Hcaslde nowl
Is the time to bur. We handle and take
uoscripiions jor au periodical auu mag
lines. Patton Bros.,
Booksellera and Stationers,
08 BTATE STREKT.
E. M. WAITE PRINTING CO.,
I AND JOB PRINTERS
Legal BlanU Publishers.
Bush's New Brlck.over the bank. Com'l street.
ST. PADL'S ACADEMY,
St. Paul, Marion County, Oregon.
Conducted by the "liters of the Holy Names of
Jesus and Mary. Tbe location allordsall that
can be desired for ihealtbful outdoor exercise.
st. Paul can be easily reached by boats on tbe
Willamette, The building Is new and supplied
with all the modern Improvements. The
course of study Is complete.
Stenography and Typewriting Taught.
For further par tlculars apply to fllster Super
from U. P. Dock at 6 o'clock a. m. every Wed
nesday and Saturday
trom the Central dock at foot ot Washington
street every Bunday and Thursday.
for Albany every Monday and Tuesday, re
turning same days.
Concerning freight and passenger business,
call on tbe agent. AL 11ERIUCN.
A GOOD CHANCE !
All goods at W. M. Bargeant's will
be sold at the regular price for tbe next
SO days at 10 per cent, discount for cash.
DETECTIVE AND COLLECTING BORBAU
- - Ortgon
Private work a specialty.
a B. OLEMENT. Manager.
Hardware, Wagons, Carts, Road Machinery
AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
Latest Improved Goods and Lowest Trices.
N. W. Cor. SUte and Liberty Stt.
And the Karrxiers are Busy.
We are still hammering away on Summer Goods, and are lvlug some rich
bargains, soon ae
All Woo Cballtea for 45a a yard-rworth 5c
Balbriggan and Gauze Vests for 26c worta GO and 76c
We still have m leeut stock of
LADIES AND MD3SBB SUN HATS
and have cnt prleea to bed-rock.
Silk Mitts 15c. to 75c.
ivVIL-L-ia iJiXUlHKKS 3fc KJ,
HOTJ8E CORNER, -
. NMMwrMr wc ma's
JUrfe. alM mr mm14 -
out tug stock of '
C-P J ft
C. ' J? JAM'
From my farm, four head or horses.as rollout I
Black mare, weight 1300 pounds,16 bands hlrhl
heavy In loal, In fair order, Fomewhatdrooitdl
blpped and ringbone on lea fore foot, Lul
tswu inuiuiuu iu iciv Buuuiuer. age tt je&rt
One buy gelding 15V; hands high, 4 yean old.
round built, in good order, star lnrorahtsil
somewhat sleepy look, one hind foot whitl I
weight about 1100. kboulders scalded, rather
large necK. uneiigni orown mare, is biulil
high, weight about 1160, small sUr under fort' I
lock,nge3 years, half Clyde, heavy maneudl
uui, uuuare uuiib, ueavjr jet icbs ana QI1&. I
beaded. One mare age 13 or 14, about 14 baJdi '
high, light, bay, sUO traveling, has lonzcir.
row Icei in front, weight S00 or SOU ponndi.li
fair order. Horses were taken Tutidar or
Wednesday night, August 1st or 2nd. Iu
pay $25 apiece lor the return of the first Id
scribed horses or a liberal amount for any lj.
lonnhtlon .eadlns to their whereabouts At
oress, aujckm an,
8-lMm dw Switzerland, Marlon Co., Or,
Manufacture Standard Pressed Brick,
Molded Brick in all Patterns for Kronli, 8
ana supply tne DricK lor the New Balem air I
Hall, and nearly all the Que buUdlngs trtclrf
in me ipiuu uuy.
Xnrds near Penitentiary, Salem, Or. lilt
AGINTS WANTED on Salary and Cimalsjln
for THE ONLY AUTHORIZED
BIOGRAPHY OF JAMES G. BLAINE,
By GAIL HAMILTON, his literary executor,
with the co operation ol bis family, and tor Mr
Blaine's Complete Works. "TWENTY YKAM
OF CONQHH3S," and hts later cook, kK)LI
UCALDlacUKsIONtJ." One prospectoi tor
these 3 11 EST BELLING books In tbe market.
A 'P.Jordan ol Me., toot 112 orders (rem lint
uucaiw; nzenvs prom iiTO.au. iirs jmiuti
of O. took 15 orders, 13 Seal Russia, lnont dan
Droat 128 25. N lllce.of Mass. took 27 orden
In 9 days; profit SJ7.35. J. HatndgofMe.tool
43 orders from S3 call; proflt $75 25 . A.
Palmer of N. Dak. look oJ orders in 3 cujr,
ninfltiUXU. KXCLiIIsIVK TltlllTOKVtl
en. If you wish to make LAXtQc ilO.NKr,
write Immediately for tei ms to '
THE HENHY BILL PUB. CO., Norwich, Cm,
Bates, $2.50 to $5.00 per Day
The best hotel between Portland aad 8u
Francisco. First-class in all Its appointments.
Its tables are served with -the
Omra la the Willamette Valley.
A. I. WAGNER. Prop.
WAJJTED, TO RENT A farm near Halem,
by experienced and responsible parties. Ad
dress it. J. Harrington, 8a em, Or. ";
PnausuifAiu win tne genuemau -''"it
mistake took the wrong hat irom tne
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with the secretary and get his own.
TJIOR BALE OB TRADK.-80 acres ol Un4
P situated in Polk county, six miles frw
Ralston, lor sale or irade lor Palem propertj.
Enquire of Q W. Johnson, or yredHunu
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returned from the east and Is itaay J
17OR RENT-On Democratic Boom Tertni,
V new house with 8 rooms, hardflnUn; on
Division street between Front and Commer
cial Inquire on lot.
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. Advertising a gency. W and 65 M erebsnu
xchange. Sao Frauds, o, California, wntrt
contract for advertising can bmaoe lor ifc
CHRISTIAN KCIENCE-Llterature of all
kinds on sale at 82fl l-lbeny street. 4-a-i7
1 TTENTIONrf-Casu money paid for rPi
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a.fco hides, at old Court Houe,Balm.
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Regular beventh U.y Adent st service"
Id Unitarian Hall opposite 01 era house, o
followed bv Bible readme and other service.
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Prayer meeting Wednesday 7.W n. m.
a pair in all colors.
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