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EYEtftKQ Oft-FlTAt JOtn.tN.ai, TUESDAY, SEtTJESEBEB 12, ltj3.
W CAPITAL JODIUUL
KJBUBHED DAILY, EXCEPT HONHaY.
Capital Journal Publishing Company,
Pjstofllce Block. Commercial Street.
HOFER BROTHERS, -
tHltf.bf carrier, per rnonlb..
DHlly.br mail, tf )ri
Wklr.8 pl, per year,
Itmk Edgar' bfp house was bnrnid
dowii'Ieat-. eaforcjjy morning. The
Cblnmefcqawiiiui Lad nothing to do
with It, n'be hfeU Jul Chinese ptekere.
Before the fire wan done burning-Mr.
E-lgsrbad another lioue wnuiueuotd
and ejfpecls to -bare It n&d.r frtr"nse In
a few days
Eev. Stoops, of Jnet)U,vnll preach
at the Presbyter! Ui. ch-jWb here next
Hunday at 3 p. m.
Muura. Ep!t r and Iance are arrang-
lng,a water wbwrl to pamp water Into
the tannery vats.
Homer Rutherfird, son of EL Hn is
here on a visit from California.
Mr. Vaughn a real rotate man repre
senting a Portland company has been
In town for several days past. He Is
looking for a location for a large fruit
Clark Smith, an elwtrlcan of Port
land, Is boarding at the Marion Hotel.
F. G. Fresh has gone to Benton
county to look for a location.
Several of the farmers near Jefferson
are hauling their grain to the Marion
warehouse. Several thousand bushels
of grain have been taken in alr-ady.
Married, at the residence of R S. Holt
near Marion, Oregon, on Sunday, Sept.
101b, 1893, Mlsa Nurvey Vallet to W.
R. Holt. Rev. Hinsbaw officiating.
Tbe old school house Is slowly mov
ing toward Mr. Meaner's lot. Mr. Mea
ner Is a very sl.ent man, keeps his own
council and never talks politics, but for
all that it is generally understood that
be intends to convert tbo building into
a wagon and blacksmith shop.
Mrs. Ellis, the phrenologist favored
us with four lectures, and the examina
tion of many heads, and strange to Bay
all good heads. All tbo young ladies
will make good artists, music teacherr,
, dretsmakersor housekeepers, providing
that some of them can bavo a China
man to do tbe work. Our men and
boy a are great. It would not surprise
naif moat of the great men in the fu
turo balled from Aumsville. Young
Mr. Mitchell walks with a stately
tread since bo knows that be is to be a
famous editor and writer, and young
Treaver, has laid by his gun and kills
no more squirrels for their scalps, but
will take his position as surgeon, ma
cbinist ana civil engineer, iiut our
school board looks a little gloomy, fifty
years of their Uvea bavo passed away,
and they just realize what tboy might
have been if tbey bad only known.
All minds are at rest and tbe vexed
question has been solved, why the
school board did not agree. It was Im
possible. All great men but all dlfler-
enU All want to bo leaders. The day
after tbe examination tbe school board
neiu a meeting nnu the board was a
unit. An architect was employed to
superintend tbe building of the school
bouse. Tbey sold tbe old building,
contracted to have it moved, and
frightened tbe builders of tbe new
school house into submission. God
blwU Mrs. Ellis.
The Bismarck Ave. people are getting
Mr. Kirk Patrick's bouse is slowly be
Air. ana Airs, uaru uau twenty or
thirty of their friends visiting them
last week. They tried to do a little
threshing, but made slow progress, tbe
gralH being damp. Mrs. Garb was
glad to bavo them como but was happy
to have them go.
The weather bas been bad on grain
that Is not threshed. About half the
grain In this neighborhood is yet to be
Wheat and oats are comlug In lively
at the mill and elevator.
Tie Best Life Policy.
It's not tbo Tontine plan, or Endow
meat plan, or Ten years' renewable
plan. Ifa, not adding your few dollars
to tha hundreds of millions that the In
auraHoa companies boast of. It's a bet
ter Investment than any of those. It
k Investing ft few dollars In that Stand
ard Remedy, the 'Golden Medical Dis
covery," a cure for Consumption, In Its
early stages, and all throat and lung
ST. PAOL'S ACADEMY.
M. Pa1, Marioa County, Oregon.
(Xhi dusted by tbe "Istere oftbe Holy Names or
Jeousi aud Mary. Tbe location aOords all tbat
ri bf sslr4 for neaitarui outdoor exercise.
tVtul oaa ta easily reacbed by boau on tbe
e suodera improvements.
M Tyjw wtIMh Taugkt.
V Atrtbw prtk!art apply to Mater Buper
- lira trosMed irlta terrttlapria ta QT
tack tad ItofcaaHferTCaVnr.
For 27 Year I Suffered.
ItoexnooffsSKMpxrniaaadbesaa to set
ttter. Iharw not bad aaUexlca I be
gan to cm It- I was also eared et eatirra
Ja tea ttetd sod aaaow la tcod fcaltt.-
P.M.EOS. Peafroa. Jam.
Hood's Pills act easDy. ret prcEBpOy
aad effleieaily, on the Brex and bowels. S&i.
WORLD'S FAIPf, CHICAGO.
Cumset Arenac sea sa wmt
Tiirmoota Ml roems: bt VsJr
GrocaJj; tmib on trtnj Door.
Americas sod Eor?psJi Pi.
bocel Writ for (lrcolr.
AsrOBiA, Or., Sept. 12. The rain
have extinguished the forest fires that
threatened much damage to valuablt
timber in Clatsop county. The total
bnrned district will not exceed 200
acres of good timber.
And that tired feeling, loss of appetiU-
und nervous prostration are ariveu
awav bv Hood's Karsanarilla. like mist
before tbe morning sun. To realize the
benefit of this great medicine, give it a
trial and you will join the army or en
thusiastic admirers of H od'e Bareapar
Ilia. Sure, efficient, easy Hood's Pills.
Tbey should be in every traveler's gri
and ever? family medicine chest. 'Jocj
Tbe autumn days are with us,
The summer days are done.
And families are returning
To spoil the old men's fun.
The summer girls are coming back
To show their summer tan,
And do their daintiest to win
The wury autumn man.
Jess. But arn't you going to ask
papa? Jack. What's the use? I'm
willing to take BradBtreet's word for it.
We offer One Hundred Dollars re
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure,
F.J. Cheney &. Co., Toledo, O.
We. the undersigned, have known F
J. Cheney for the lost 16 years, and be
lieve mm perrestiy nonoranie in an
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by their urm.
West &. Ibuax, Wholesale Drug
gists. Toledo. O. Waujinq, Kinnan
& Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Tole
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken intern
ally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of tbe system
Testimonials sent free. Price 76a per
wine, boiu uy an juruggisis.
AQtNTS WANTED on Bitary mi Carrmliilen
for THE ONLY AUTHORIZED
BIOGRAPHY OF JAMES 6, BLAINE,
BrOA.IL. HAMILTON. hl literary executor,
with t be co operation of bU family, and for Mr
Ulatne'a Uomnlete Work. "TVVKNT V YKA1W
OfcoNUKKHH." sndhu later book, ' I"OU-
iiuau uwuuwiuan," una proepeciiu rar
thrse 3 LirXTBKLUNO books fa tbe mtrket
a. i.joronoi jieiooa iizoraer ircinarsi
110 calls; nyent's profit J196J5Q. Mrs Ballard
of O. tok It orders, 11 Heal Huasla. Inone dsj;
profit 128 ai. K.N Klc,of Mass. took I7ordfr
in )3ar; prodtsn.U. J. fttnditofMe. tool
4.1 orders rmm at cans; pront J7S.O. K. A.
1'almer ofN. lk. took 63 orders In J dare
profll KM 25. KXCLUsIVB T MUTOltYsl
en. If you wish to make LAKQtt MONEY,
write lmmeaiaieiy tor oimi to
THE HENRY BILL PUB. CO.. Norwich. Cop
Id tbe County Court lor tbe County of Marlon,
In tbe matter ol tbe estate of Fer-lr,,,.,,
tnella Howard, deceased. f -....
ToBrHt Harold and Hannah Kvam and all
other persons Interrated In said estate.
Whereas, application baring- been made in
duo lorm to tbe above-nitud Court on tha nth
day of Beptemb ir, 1SDO by II. U, Keenf, admin
Istrator of said estate for an order and liooase
dlrectlnr. anikorliinr aud tmmwerioir htm
to sU Ibe real iUl belonclnv to tha cKtutu nf
saia aeosaent, ana aescnoea as follows, t"wiu
I3U nujnlwn. Ave and six of block number
lour of tbe soulbwest addlUon to thacltvnf
uira, iu Mtrtou oouDty, uirgon.
And whereas said '"ourt ftsed on tbe Hlb
day of October, lull, at ten o'clock a. m., at tbe
court room of this court In the court bouse la
Balem, Uarlnn county and State of Orrgon, a
tbe time and place for bearing any and all ob
jections to said petition and tbe xranUnfoi
said order and license of sale.
Therefore, In tbsnsmeoftbeRta te of Orefoa,
you and eacb of you are hereby d'ed, directed
and required to be and appear at said lima
and place tben and there to sbow cause. If any
you have or II any exist, why an order of sale
should not be made, as In tbe petition prayed
for, and why said petition should not be (rant
ed and Mid order and lloense should not wur.
Witness. THBHotf. W.C. HfbuAru, Jodie
ii-a- oraldOnurt with tbe sealotaaTd
1 ii f luuri eiuiea tnis
lit II ria
W, n y OAlf, Cleric.
By W. E.McAKKB, Deputy.
MAKE NO MORE MISTAKES
OltAKUCB A. Bit ITU HUNS
Tk Hustler M Saw
And be doesn't bum up halt your wood, la
fuel, wueii be aw li. Make your contracts
vrltb blui ieronaUy or leave orders at Veatcba
oicarttore Dearborn's book sUre,iUUumu)er
Street, or addreea ne by null. S-ll U
SHOOTING AT SCIO.
City Marshal. Dilly, of 8do, sent a
pistol ball through the nether Umb of a
running man Saturday Bight.
Two men whose names have not yet
been learned, mure than that one is tbft
party commonly known Iq l hat vicinity
as "Jack the Ripper." Tbey are re
ported to have ben somewhat intoxi
cated and engaged in a fight in tront
of a saloon.
Marshal Dilly came to the scene and
ordered totb under arrest when on
tcok to flight and refusing trespoac
to tbe command of "halt," tbe marsha.
fired, tbe ball from bis pistol pawl Dp
through tbe thigh, barely missing tht
femoral artery. This, of course brought
bis man down, and tbe people of Scb
are now divided as to tbe propriety and
legal right to shoot In such a. case.
The following letters remaining in
he Salem poitoffica Sept. 12, 1893, un
called for. Those calling for them
please say "advertised-"
Anderson John AjblsonMand
Boncuer Jiuimie B wden Mrs E 8
BenbonMC Brandon J no
bone brake Mrs M Barager Jas
Dove E 2
Drake M Y
Eblers W G
Montague G W
aharp & Co T
-targeant C G
In man Mrs H A
Leslie J H
Perkins Mrs A C
Stanley W T
Perry E E
Rice Mrs HB
A. N. GILBERT, P. M.
VIGOR of MEN
nd til tb train of eTfJi
from early errors or liter
excesses, tke retulu of
deTclopmeot and ton
glren to every organ asd
gortlon of the body.
seen. Failure Impossible.
ZpU) references. Book,
explanation and proofs
mailed (staled) free.
ERIE MEDICAL CO.
BUFFALO. H. Y.
Before Going to the Wold's Pali
Tbe Limited Express trains of the Chi
cago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway
between St. Paul and Chicago and
umana and unirago.
These trains are vestibuled, .eleclrlt
lichted and steam heated, with tbe fin
est Dining and Sleeping Car Service in
The Electric reading light in each
berth Is tbe'BUCceasful novelty of tblt-
progreesive age, and la highly appreciate
ed by all regular patrons of this line,
We wish others to know its merits, a
tbe Cbicaeo Milwaukee & St. faui Kail
way is the only line in tbe west enjoy
ing tbe exclusive use or tola patent.
For further information apply to
nearest coupon ticket agent, or address
u. J. JbDDT, uenerai Agent,
J. W. Casey, Trav. Pass. Agt
225 Stark St,, Portland, Or. tf
If you anticipate visiting tbe world's
tair, or your menus in the East, takt-
advantaco of tbe present opportunity,
as tbe fares are now so low they cut n
figure In the expense. Tbe Chicago A
Northwestern Railway have placed lb
service a solid veattbnled train, between
Portland and Chicago, the famous
Wayner tourist cars, free reel Id ok
chair cars, and dlnlnir car "car excel
lent." With the accommodations fur
olshed, rates now offered, together with
toe snort, time consumed in making
I ho trip, It Is within the reach of all.
For further information, apply to any
ticket agent, or write
A. G. Barker, Gen'l Agt.
272 Washington street.
DETECTIVE AND (ELECTING BURBAC
SA.r.'Brvl, - - Oregon
Private work a specialty.
C. B. CLKM ENT, Manager.
SALT LAKE, DENVER,
OMAHA. KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS
ROUPS e Quest t0 Chlcqgo and
Hours Qu'c'(er to Omaha and Kan-
Tbroifgh Pullman md Tourist Sleepers, Free
Rectn!ng Chair Cart, Dining Cart,
tor rates and general lnrbrraatlon aUl'on
W, H. It OHUBURT.AU t,0 p. A
W Wasklotton Bu. Oor.M
L0WV B VJUnCRVEKE,
Qae ef tia bert sen tafatss sea is dCi,
teptatsiintt fee great SaitbettOa.
CAOACKE, SLEEPLESSHES5, JSRVW6
Geatleaea : I talapleassre ta tefcrsstegyc
of Use rerr beneficial results whlcii nT foOoved
tbeute oc Da, Miuv RrrroasTrvc Mnwini
In the eso myself and wiie. rora year I was
ratrtect to a dismasts- psin at the bs of Mm
brain and upper perUoa of tie tftmtl osrt I
Al s- nm-iost. tab. tad va creally
lit IHFtl trochlea vUH aVejiliss-nwsi.
KJ trkUaU yoax Kerrtoe -sras hlcnr
reccmtaeadedtoiae. Mycaie bad beta aopasw
cale tbat I bad bo conftSesee In U efieaey of
any medicine. YetsaaUttresartlcooxnteato
CireitatriaL Hoca to my surprise. I experteaced
carted beaett; ay slecplaeiesa dbappesretf:
oaiMCDTwcimr rounes. aixtmis occusnro
mao rio. My wmbw fill'tSeVemne trljfi
thebestofrecalta. locao. VAJtcaxrau.
SOLO ON A POSITIVE QUARArtTKC.
riW DR. fLES PILLS. 50 DOSES 25 CTSs
old by D. J. Fry, druggist, Balem
Doctor prescribed : Castoria
Prices Current by Telegraph Local
and Portland Quotations,
Salem, September 12, 4 p. m. Office
Daily Capital Journal. Quota
tiona for day and up to hour of going to
press were as follews:
HALKM PRODUCE M ARRET.
Apples 60c to 75c. a bushel.
Peaches 60c to 60 a box.
Veals dressed 6 eta.
Hogs dressed 6 to 6.
Live cattle 2 to 2J.
Sheep alive $1.50 to ?2.00.
Spring lambs-$l 50 to $2.00.
Salem Milling Co. quetes: Flour
In wholesale lots $3.20. Retail $3.60,
Bran $17 bulk, $18 sacked. Shorts $19
and $20. Chop feed $10 and $20,
Old wheat on storage 46 cents. New
wheat 48 oentB.
HAY AND DRAIN.
Oata old. 38 to 40c.. new Sc
Hay Baled, new $8 to $12; old $10 to
lli. Wi d in bu k. fa to J.
Barley Brewing, at Salem, No. 1,
05 to $1.00 per cwt No. 2, 70 to 85 cts.
Peas and bean 8-8 to 10 cents a gallon
Wool Best, 10c.
Hops Small sale, 15 to 17c.
zes Cash. 16 cents.
Butter Beat dairy, 25; fancy
Cheese 12 to 15 eta.
Farm smoked meats Bacon 12;
hams, 13; shoulders, 10.
Potatoes new. 50o. to 60c.
Onions 1 to 2 cents.
Beeswax 34c Caraway seed, 18c.
Anise seed, 26e. Ulnseng, $i.4U.,
HIDES. AND PELTS.
Green, 2 cts; dry, 4 cts; sheep pelts,
75 cts to $1.25. No quotations on furs.
Chickens 8 cts; broilers 10 to 12;
aucits, iz); turBeys, slow saie, cnoice,
iu cts; geese ana duces u ana iu.
Flour Standard. $3.25: Walla Walla.
$3.25; graham, $2.75; superfine, $2.60
Oats Old wblte,36o per bn., grey, 33c;
rolled, in bags, W.l&tyU.w, barrels,
$6.506.76; cases, $3.75.
HayBest, $1015 per ton.
Wool valley, 10 to 12c, -
MIllstuflB Bran, $17.00; shorts, $20;
ground barley, $2223; chop feed, $18
per ten: whole feed, barley, 8085 per
cental; middling, $2328 perten: brew
ing cariey, uumuoo per cental; emesen
wheat. $1.10X25 per cental.
Hops Old; 10 to 16c., new 15 to 17.
Butter Oreson fancy creamery, 25i
cte: lanov dalrv. mcavsnci lair to
. - i . " ""r-. m -'. . a. - "
ib(au7c: common. 14 to ioc per id; uau-
toruia, 3a(a)ia per rou.
ufjeese uretron. c0 iz: rasiem
twins. ICe: Yountr Amerlcau. l4io per
per pounu; caiirornta nats, no.
isggs urcgon, IB to ibo per uosen,
turkeys, live, 14o.
SAN PRAN018CO MARKET.
Woel: Oregon Eastern obolce, 10(a)
10o; do Inferior, 89o; do yalley, 120
PoUtoea Early Rose, 304a Bur
Onions 76&5o per cental for nd.
Poultry Chlckeus.old.$1.60: brollei.
, $2003.0u; ducks, old, $4,500
,00: vountr. $2.6004.00: geese. $3.00
ana tiui loreuversKioa.
Barley -Feed, 0870o per oental
for good quality and 83)o for' choice;
brewing, $ .00 per oental.
CLEARING THE WAY.
Cnlearo and Boston Cnlte
Scene The Bnnkerill -villa, near Bos
ton. Miss Portia Bankerill, a learned
bat pretty girl of 18, is entertaining Mr.
Lardsiey Sngarham of Chicago on tbe
portico. Her father and mother occupy
a window near by.
Mr. Bankerill (after a covert but crit
ical snrvey of the visitor) Quite a sober
and industrious person, I imagine, bat
his face bespeaks the sonl of a pork
packer, and his laugh has the timbre of
a coster's. I do not understand ovr a
girl of Portia's unquestionable good
taste can tolerate a being of such vul
garity. (Resumes the perusal of his
Mrs. B. (who has surveyed the field)
Portia is perhaps studying him for a pa
per that the literary society has appointed
her to write on the rabject of "The Lack
of Culture la the West." She can cer
tainly have no other interest in him, I
heard her ask him what he thought of
Ibsen as a playwright, and he replied
that "the show business, gave him a
pain." (Begins anew on her "Key to
Portia (on the porticoH-All of Ibsen's
writings are so very' lovely ! from tht
standpoint of the earnest investigator ol
life, though I scarcely think that he has
been correctly designated as the Poet of
Doubt, do yon, Mr. Sngarham?
Mr. Sngarham (emphatically) Not
any. He's all right!
Portia Have you ever reflected upon
his terrible ideas on the subject of love?
Mr. Sogarham (reaching after the.
sjant) Well, I should smile. I remem
ber the most exciting day we ever had
at the slaughter house the day I told
you we killed so many hogs I stopped
right in the middle of it all and thought
of this fellow Jibson and his terrible
ideas on love.
Mr. Bankerill (jumping to his feet
with a shudder) Confound the bar;
barianl I will retire to the library
where I shan't be annoyed by his strident
ignorance! (Stalks away from the win:
Mrs. B. (gathering up her Browning
and following her husband) We cer
tainly have nothing to fear from an idiot
that talks as he does. But Portia is too
devoted to her literary work for her ewn
good. Poor girl, how her nerves must
Portia. (meditatively) I never grow
tired of that particular passage in Pier
Qrynt -where the divine passion is com
pared to the sound of two instruments
a bell and violin er oh! Lardsiey!
Mr. Sngarham (looking eagerly) So
they have! (Grabbing her.) My little,
sweetest, yum m darling!
Portia (ecstatically) As an expert in
love, Ibsen can't compare with a mus
tache from Chicago. Brooklyn Life.
lie Guarded Ills Freedom.
A certain wealtby young club man is
just now telling, without mentioning
any names, his last narrow escape from
At a country bonse visited by him re
cently were several interesting and ac
complished young ladies. Among them
he divided his attentions about equally,
although one of them was continually
thrust forward by the designing mother.
Just as he was about to take his de
parture the latter proceeded to consult
him upon a matter which she alleged
was causing her no little distress.
"It is reported,' said she, "that you
are to marry my daughter Mary. AH
the neighboraare talking about it. What
shall we do? What shall we tell them?'
"Oh," responded the considerate young
gentleman, "just say she refused me,
Pve been so unfortunate in my love
affairs, you know, that the report of one
more disappointment won't hurt me, and
you'll be spared all farther annoyance."
New York Herald.
A Natural Feeling.
Mountain Tourist (gazing with raptur
ed eyes upon the scene spread out before
him) Among such . surroundings as
these he must be a poor clod indeed who
does not feel a sense of exultation, an
uplifting of his
Guide Ya-a-s, I reckon we're nigh
onto 4,000 feet above the salt water this
minit. Detroit Tribune.
Oat ol tha Question.
Mrs. Chngwater (after an unusually
spirited engagement) Josiah, if we can t
get along in peace, we'd better separate!
Mr. Chugwater (shaking his head
mournfully) It weuldn't help matters
any, Samantha. I can tell you right
now you'd never get another man that
would endure your cooking as meekly as
i ao. unicago Tnbnne.
How litUo anything costs that is to be
paid for in the future!
Kvory man who has a pain exaggerates
in telling how much it harts.
As people get a little older they can be
very happy withoat making any noise.
InUlligtfit Ataferi Trill Mil, a,
"''iTBistesT tottm" U !
of alitaies, but only auets as rstait
frosts at auortterea U var, via t
Vertigo, Beadacte, Dyspepsia,
Fevers, Cftetiveqee, Biiiws
CsUc, Flatulence, etc.
fhlUMr, bat sire ska uearly m sui It 1 Me
alble to lusksa remedy. JPrlc,Jl3et.
POSTOFFICE BLOCK, - SALEM, 01,
Admitted to practice jn at th eonru,,
special attention ftraa to Geraaaa
tag peopia an bosTnesa at ta ooaataast
A GOOD REPUTATION
aesga&te w?s s
Take no sabstitnte
WILIAM-BTFTiE! "STABLES ;
Completed and ready to.wnitoi cusio8ae9-j Hones boarded by day or week
at reasonable prices. We keep a fall' line ufTTdcka, Dras and Exprmto
meet all demands. Also keep the finest Stallions In this county, for service.
Barn and residence 2 bleck: sooth of poet office. RYAN & CO.
. CLEAN. I
If you would be clean and have your clothes done up in
the neatest and dressiest manner, take them to the
SALEM STKA!lvl LAUNDRY .
where all -workis done by white labor and in the most prompt
manner. COLONEL J. OLMSTED,
CH U'RCrf it LI Rraips, Ptonps.Ptiinp
THE LEADING" INDEPENDENT
OF THE VALLEY.
Receiving all- the
DAILY BY-'MAIL, PER
WEEEY' "" " a Doni Newspaper 150
These low. hard times rates enable eygrjj farmer, to have
his daily paper and know tljq statq of, the market and all the
news of the world.
EdjtpriaJ gmmept isearie b indipenent., Edited
by its publishers to. secure good government for the people,
able to deal justly and fairly with all.
Complete Telegrapljic,S&,, Qapita.1, F
eign, Market and Crop News.
ONE CENT DAILY!
The Only. One Cent Newspaper on the -Coast;, More ney
r, wriei"iacoat.ftQ.f vt
papei-s sent after time 'g out.
Ai iijiptpiiiii xmM.- m tofaiiv&ani.
vv? m .
Is often ruined by manufacturers, who
relvinz UDon that alone allow th --,,.'
oftheir goods to deteriorate. The.
1 G11L BORDER EA6LE BRI10
Condensed Milk is always thesaroe
fypst .assured that its standard.of ex&fe
lence is constantly maintained. 'Its;
rmritv riMnl!niL: rirhn mH n.x.
r "j ' ' "u pcjict.-
tion of process in manufacture has never
been equaled. It stands First. It has
for Thirty Tears.
Your Grocer and Druggist sell it
for the Eagle brand.
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