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Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1893-1895, December 14, 1893, DAILY EDITION, Image 4

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ti inT""-"iriiTYr" -.truinTf M-tJiMTiiinm
GOING OUT
To be Sold at
$11 for
BEFORE THE 1ST OF JUNE.
Our lease of store room expires Jnne 1st, and we want to
close our entire stock by that timo. Remember our stock is
all new and desirable. DVess Goods, Laces, Lace Curtains,
Embroideries, Hosiery, Kid Gloves, Silk Gldves, Umbrellas,
Muslin, and Wool Underwear, Fans, Corsets, Table Linen,
Napkins, Towels, Ladies' Misses' and Childrens' Shoes, &c.
p. p. Jackets Regardless of CosL Everything must go by June 1st.
The Palace D, Q. & S. Co.,
December 11th, 1803,
FOR YOUR
Christmas -:- Rockers
.-..SEE
KELZEll cfc SONS.
A carload of different styles just re
ceived - Local Dates.
Dec. 22. The Inventors. Benefl.
for the MtUeo Babies by Amateur Ar
lists.
Dec 22, 23. Prof. Chnpmau leoturec
on English Uteruture, Y. M. C. A. ball.
Jan. 1. Y. M 0, A. reception.
Jan. 20. By Perkins comedy.
No Robbeby. The last high water
.floated a 20'J foot bridge on South Prai
rie about thirty feet out of position and
it is all broken up. When the watei
was still hjgh a farmer asked the'couuty
court to do a little something to help
him nut it back, as It could then-have
been done at small cost. "It wouldn't
do anything for them people anyhow,"
said Judge Hubbard, and of course Mr.
Pugh could do nothing. The road
supervisor lived miles away and cou d
not get to the bridge. The statement
In the Democrat that Mr. Pugh tried
to work the county for $50 00 la a lie
made of whole cloth. Mr. Pugh rode
sevon miles in rain and mud to notify
the county court in time to save the
county a largo sum of money, and only
askeJ for a little rope to draw the
bridge Into place. For this ho deserves
no abuse in Judge Hubbard's organ.
School Money. The county, treas
urer $0420.70 as Marion's apportion
ment. School clerks receive a warraut
for 70 cents per o iplta from the county
superintendent of schools which is paid
on presentation by the county treas
urer. ' A series of Gospel meetings have been
oommonced. In the Grange Hall, over
Aitkin's store, to continue through
December. Services .begin at 7:30 p.
m. Everybody welcome These meet
ing are internomlnatlonul.
Cold Snap. That kind of weather
makes a warm hearth fire accompanied
by good cld6r, nuts, pop-corn etc , a
happy place. Van Eaton can furnish
the best in town.
Somewhat Mixed. Tho nuts and
candles at Clark & EppIoy'. They
have simply everything in that line
for the holidays, and their stock Is
fresh.
Clatsop Sends Two. Denny Kelle
her, aged 23, and V. E. Hyslop, aged
82, were today committed to the asy
lum from Astoria.
Water Pipe Binisr. Near the
dinger & Rlgdou undertaking rooms a
ruptured water-pipe caused tho low lots
tobo flooded lastevenlug,
None Bkttek. The Gllltnan coal
celling Pt $8 per ton at the Salem Im
provement Co.'s yards, la the beat fuel
in Salem.
MoNoaoLiAN. Japanese china waro
and hundreds of Jap. uoyeiltles Just In
at Damon Bros; Bluo Front.
m
Do You? If you eat pearl barloy,
Hgo, finked or pearl taplocca be auro to
got It fresh at Clark & Epp'oy's.
Hanging lain ps the largest Importa
Hon ever brought td Salem, now at the
Blue Front.
-- ll.l. . .1 IW I I- I
P. 5. DEARBORN'S
XMAS SUGGESTIONS.
Red mountains of Alaska by W, D.
.Alien.
Knockabout Club in tho Woods.
My uaysaua jxiguts ou ino name
IWilo. by Chas. Carletnti Collin.
Yiiree Vawar Girls lu South America
Cfcatterbox tor 1893.
Xttite Oaea' Annual,
Day ef Chivalry.
TtM'NKry.
Famy Reok.
a"
BmbW New Book
at
J4$?Z&l&JM3't
pOOK STORE.
OF BUSINESS.
Jrv Goods
ho
Cost or Less
PERSONALS.
Dr. W. S. Mott has moved his office
Into the Hnlman block.
R. H. Rutherford, of Marion, was In
the city yesterday, and left in the even
ing for California.
Secretary Wetherbee of the Salem Y.
M. C. A., has resigned to take a position
us physical culture director.
John Byron and wife who for many
years conducted the State Bindery, are
both quite ill at their West Salem
home.
J. H. Ross is expected home from
his travels In Florida in a few days,
He served as special detective at Jack
son park during the world's fair.
Joseph Cook has gone to Seattle for a
month.
Mies Rose Cardwell of Jacksonville Is
the guest for a few days at tho home of
Warden aud Mrs. I. Berry,
Fire Chief Holman of Portland has
been asked to realgn.
Drs. LL. Rowland,.!. A. Richard
son aud WilHumson, of the board of
asylum physicians, were at Union, Or.,
and inspected the sanitary conditions
of the various sites offered for the loca
tion of the branch insane asylum.
Henry Sbepard started for Chicago
today. He expects to be able to bring
baok hs little daughter when ho re
turns after the holidays.
A. Z istrow, head salesman for the
Oregon Hedge Co., starts for Chicago
today. He returns January 10th with
an increased force.
F. P. Brltton and wife are at Port
land for a few days. Mr Brltton rep
resents Ilorst Bros., hop dealers, 8. F.
m
LITTLE LOCALS.
A beautiful day after a showery night
....Huas jewelry store shows a fine
speolmon of "gaatrla macula ta," a
species of cactus that will have a rare
bloom soon. The electrio lights wer;
turned on at the university chapel last
night and guve great satisfaction.... J.
N. Ferguson, the lnsuranco man, Is 111
wlttrlu grippe R. T. Ray, of Mar
lon, was in tho city today. Sumpter
Cump Sons of Veterans took In flvo new
members last ulght. Tno Kaeley
League, No. 2, of Salem, will ocoupy
tho rooms lu the Gray block formarly
ocouplod by Dr. F. M. Brooks. The
"home" will be fitted up with suitable
furniture for a reading room and a lib
rary containing choice volumes will bo
at tho dispell of all mambera and vis-
Itors Meeting of Red Men tonight.
Wednesday morning Jasper Goodo
of North S.ileiu, had his right oye in
jured by a piece of steel from a wedge
used in splitting blocks for wood. Ho
was at a farmer friend's place and was
standing uear tho block while In process
of belug split. Ills sight will bo de
fective for a tlino. Tho Woman's
Rllef Corps will bo held at their hail
Monday evening, December 18th. A
literary programme aud refreshments
will be provided and a good time for
all Is anticipated. All are invited
Friday rain and warmer,v..Wm.
Buusohuh, of the prison stove works
force, was called to Portland today by
a telegram announcing the death of
his father. Mrs. J. H. Cavauaugh
left this afternoon for n short visit at
East Portlaud Mrs. Lizzie R. Smith
left for her homa lu Portland today.
Mrs. Woodcock, who has been the
uueat of her daughter, Mrs. W. H. Sav-
age, went to Corvallls today., -..A l8t legislature enacteu a law permit
photograph of the McGee babies has! ting anyone to kill game, such as duoks
neon taken at tho Cronlso gallery
Gapt. 8. E Howard and Mrs. llurley
are visiting lu Washiugton.
Whlte-Montee.
Thoro were married at the residence
of tho bride's parents, on Asylum aven
ue, Weduwday, Dec. 13, 1893, J. W.
.rnntM mill MmrirluJ. Willi.
- The groom Is a photographer or Mcv
ii.,..ni.i,,aformHvlnthathiifl.
MluuvllWj he was formerly In that bus-
ness lu till city. The bride Is the
daughter of Ell h White; she Is a beau,
tlful aud accomplished young womau,
'""or (ho best priced add quality go to
Strongs for your ehruttoat candles aud
uut8, Westacult Sc Irwlu.
lavllaud Gulua--elegnut designs
new for tho holidays at the Blue
Front,
IQVTOINa OXPlttAL JOtntKAIi, THUBSDAY, DOIDKBUR i4, AMHh
'PV71
STATS TAX EQUALIZERS.
Dates Sot For Bearing Dpinlon
of
Attorney General.
The state equalization board has set
dates for bearing the various counties
ou their respective assessments us fol
lews:
December 16 Linn, Marion and
Polk.
December 10 Multnomah,
December 18 Railroads.
December 10 Jackson, Lake, Klam
ath, Josephine, Clatsop, Clackamas,
Columbia, and Washington.
December 21 Tillamook, Yamhill,
Benton, Coos, Curry, Douglas and
Lane.
December 22 Baker, Grant, Harney,
Malheur, Umatilla, Union, Wallowa,
Crook, Morrow, Skerman, Wasco and
Gilliam.
Ou the 5tb the board passed a resolu
tion asking Attorney General Geo. E.
Chamberlain for his opinion upon this
propesition:
"If the county board of equalization
makes a horizontal reduction from tho
I valuation of all property as established
by the county assessor is the state board
bound to take valuation as thus made
by the county board of equalization as
the basis for their work in equalizing."
Iu answer to this the attorney gen
eral refers to Sec. 2,752.of Hill's Anno
tated Laws as amended by the last leg.
islature: thus be says the true cash
value as defined therein shall be lr Id
and taken to mean the amount Buch
property would sell for at a voluntary
sale mado in tho ordinary course of
business. The official record of the
assessor's work is the assessment roll
which he returns and upon which the
county board is presumed to act. Then
he refers to Sec. 2,770 of Hill's Laws,
and says, further, the powers of the
county board are clearly defined in the
section quoted. He doubts whether
said board would have powers in any
case to make a horizontal reduction of
a certain per cent, upon the assessed
valuation of all property as fixed by
the county assessor. He decides that
the action of the county board must be
taken by the state board as the basis
for jts work in equalizing; but he also
says that It Is within the power of the
state board to raise the valuation If in
its discretion the tax roll demands it.
Hebo Jokes.
In these days it is seldom a white
man gets the start of a hobo, but a S.
P. freight train crew at Oregon City
this morning rather paralyzed a com
pany of this (raveling gentry. A hun
dred and fifty of them got into an
'empty 'oox car wnile tno train was
waiting, when tho brakemen lndlfler-
ontly closed the doors and locked them
in. The cars were at once side-tracked
and the train pulled out, leaving its
palace car passengers in blissful ignor
ance of their intentions.
Hobos have formed a camp at Gar
field. Tbey held an experience meet
ing recently. The stories of personal
exploits were interspersed with vocal
music, the favorite being an old hymn.
Instead of the proper ohorus, the fol
lowing lines were substituted:
"Nobody knows where a hobo goes,
And nobody cares but Jesus."
Ool. Shiel's Funeral.
The funeral of the late Col. George
Knox Shlel was held at 2 o'clock today
at St. Paul's Eplscepal church. Inter
ment was had In the family lot adjoin
ing the E. N. Cooke vault iu the Rural
cemetery. His mother, brother and
two sisters are burled there.
NEWS NOTES.
A few cases of scarlet feyer have been
reported in East Portland.
It is perhaps uot realized by all Ore
gonlans that we havo wl tbln our state
borders somo of tbo foremost scientists
of tho nation, yet that is a fact. In
Corvallls is Dumont Lotz, U. S., A. 0.,
a chemist before whom comes the diffi
cult analysis of orgaulo speclmlns from
Wasblngtou, D. C. In Multuomah
county rosldes Jusepu Howell, botanist,
who Is perhaps better kuown in Europe
than lu bin own couutry, while in
Hlllaboro Is Dr. G. O. Rogers, geolo
gist.
It Is tho opinion of attorney general
George E. Chamberllan that thern Is
no law lu this state that can prevent
people from living upon cold storage
game of any kind bo long iu that Is not
taken during the closed season, The
etc, for a certaiu time aunugtueraii
mouths, but forbidding its sale, except
betweeen October 15 aud November 15.
The flour mill at Elkton was washed
off Its foundation last week and drifted
down tho river. So atroug was the cur
rent lu the river that the building wta
carried tweuty milea iu three hoars.
Portions of the mill are scattered along
,he "m"a rI,vr ffm "d,,lf ' t0 ?"
mouth, The low k estimated to be
$14,000. Senator Eokley owned the et-
tablishment.
The Taylor Mining Co., of Chicago,
hts recently Pld oR a large part of its
debt, and will fauwe work soon lu the
Wo) f creek dkvtriet, A large amount
of machinery baa been aUudlug on the
cars there for wiuttu owing to the
Inability of tlrt 0O(wpuy ii pay the
freight,
HIVER AND BAIL.
OutlooK for River Freights in View
of tho O. P. Sale.
Steamer El wood came up last nlgtit
and returned to Portland this morning
with a good load of transfer freight
from upper river points.
Tho Altona will be up tonight on her
run to Independence.
Steamer Modoc will bo up tonight.
Sho has been ordered toHarrlsburg this
trip which will throw her off of her
her regular run she la scheduled to leave
here for Portland Saturday morning,
but will not be able to get baok in timo
to do BO.
After the sale of the Oregon Pacific
which, takes placo Friday next, it 1b
rumored that there will be some Im
portant chants on tbo river it 1b said
the present management of the O P.
intend to bid the road in at the sale
aud will run their river steamers on a
regular schedule, aud handle local as
well as Sun Frauclsco business. In that
case the Union Pacific will retire from
the upper river as there would not be
business enough for so many boats and
the O. P. must have the river business
in order to make the rail division pay.
The Southern Pacific Railway Co.,
may bid on the road at the coming sale
and if It goes cheap enough, buy it.
It is not thought that company would
operate boats on the riyer,
With tho Southern Pacific in control
of the O. P., the Union would be com
pelled to keep their boatB running to
protect their interests iu the valley.
With the O. P. held by the Southern
and the Union Pacific controlling the
river, the present low rates of freight
would be at an end. But the Willam
ette valley would not be at the mercy
of the Southern Pacific, as long as
boats can be operated on the river.
There areTwo competing linps of steam
ships runping between San Francisco
and Portland, and always two or more
on the Willamette. The Southern Pa
cific can never get the Willamette
valley in its clutches as It has the val
leys of California.
Harritt & Lawrence Still Lead but
Never Follow. Cash Counts.
And for cash you can buy Hour, gro
ceries, crockery etc. oheaper than any
other store in tho city, all goods war
ranted first class. P. O. Grocery.
12-12d 3t & w.
A Queer Find.
Chief of Police Minto and Deputy
Sheriff VVrlghtman made a strange find
in the woods 8 miles north of Salem
Wednesday, returning last night at 6
o'clock with tho property. It was a
top buggy nearly new, worth 200
when new, a set of double harness with
one bridle and the rein-straps gone.
Tho property was found just oil tbo
road from Salem to Champoeg on the
farm of Wm. Massey, whose son saw
the buggy stauding there and thought
it belonged to a party of hunters.
From tbe fact tbat tho draw-check
was cut from one bridle and left there
while the bridle itself was gone, and
the reiu-straps had been cut and car
ried away, It 1b thought the party left
with the horses. The harness bad evi
dently been left hurriedly scattered on
the ground in great disorder.
A search brought no evidence as to
tho owner of tbo outfit and I J it there
was nothing but a small tin cup used
for drluktng purposes. In the mud
and grass near the buggy were pieces
of a newspaper which when put to
gether proved to bo parts of a copy of
an agricultural paper, "The Farm,
Stock and Home Journal, published in
Minneapolis of date of May 0, 1803.
The buggy is a side bar, with top and
polo, and tho runnlug gear silver-
bronzed. The cushion and baok are
brown leather and the top lined with
blue cloth, but loug exposure to tbo
elements has covered them with mould
and the varnish on tbo vehicle has
been entirely eaten away. The namo
of tho maker cannot be determined but
it is of a good substantial pattern and
was nearly as good as pet? when left
In the brush. There are few vebloles
of this kind iu Oregon and the officers
have set Investigation on foot to cap
ture the thief Iflio is still Jn the state
SUPREME COURT.
Salem, Dec. 14, '03.
A. T. Smith et al, resp,, vs, city of
Portland et al, app. Appeal from
Multnoman county; argued aud sub
mltted, J V .Beach and W. H Adams
t'tys. for app.; Johu Catllu atty. for
reap.
J. M, Brown, of Bllverton, Is in tLe '
., '
Awarded Highest Honors World's rair;
CAPRICE'S
rkPowdei
The Wly Pure Qrt& ofTartar Ppwkr. Vo Ammonia; flp Aliua.
XJmtA in Millions of JZom o Vw tin tUl
.J .- -mimu I I T T wm mm ot m-wr ssa
ssaesamaemm
NATIONAL
OREGON
OUARD.
What tho Salem Battalion Is Doing
Grand Ball.
Regular meetings for drill: H Co ,
Monday; B. Co, Tuesdaj ; I. Co, Thurs
day. Business meeting first drill night
of month. Bchool for officers Friday
nights.
Improvements at tho Armory are
progressing nicely. Three company
rooms, a board of officers room, each a
large nicely furnished apartment, aro
belug added. The stage is belug taken
out, and a gallery built in front to seat
about two hundred people. Electric
lights will be supplied all through and
the Second battalion will have the most
comfortable quarters in the state. The
company rooms will be open every
'night, except Sunday and will make
tho army life of the boys while in their
home barracks very agreeable. '
A gymnasium outfit will be added at
an early day.
MILITARY BALL
Tho battalion will conduct a New
Years night ball on Monday, Jan. 1st.
It will be the ball of the season. All
the companies join and It is safe to say
the Salem Militia boys are capablo
of managing a high class Social affair
when they set out to do so, as they
have in this lu stance
Catarrh Oannot be Cured
with Local Applications, as they can
not reach the seat of the diseuse. Cat
irrli Is a blood or constitutional disease,
uuu iu iiiiii iu cure ik jruu uiui uiko
Internal remidles. Hall's Catarrh Cure
Is taken Internally, and acts directly on
tho blood and mocous surfaces. Hull's
Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine.
It was prescribed by one of the best
physlcansln tblscouutry faryeers, and
is a regular prescription. It Is compos
ed of the best tonics kuown, combiued
with the best blood purifiers, acting dl
reotly on the mocous surfaces. The
perfect combination of the two ingredi
ents is what produces such wonderful
results iu curing Catarrh. Send for
testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props,
Toledo, O. Sold by druggists. Price 75o.
NEWS NOTES.
It has been decided by Justice Cald
well that the Wellington game law is
defective and tbat it Is not illegal to
hu'it game with dogs.
Forty-three of the 51 , shingle milh
along the line of the Seattle & Lake
Shore roul are running; but not up to
their full capacity. The dally output is
about 20 carloads.
Extern Oregon stock men who
shipped horses to Montana report the
market very dull and prlce3 are very
low.
A beautiful, summer resort has been
laid out at Hug point, near Cannon
beach, by Robert Noorls.
Mr. Halsey; of Albany, hasa chair In
his family which has been in use since
1821. It was made in Indiana and
brought to Oregon in '63.
The steamer Arago shipped a sea
while crossing in over the bar last week
which knocked In her cabin and flood
ed the steerage passengers out of their
berths.
Captain F. B. Jones, of Portland,
states that he has his light draft boat
well uuder way gnd It will be ready for
business by Feb. 1.- It is said this boat
will be the lightest draft of any on the
Willamette.
A pack train with a complete saw
mill for the Devllblss mine started out
from Marsh field, Coon county, one day
last week. It was an
interesting
eight.
The largest bop yard in the world
will be in Yakima county, Washing
ton, next summer. It will have 600
acres of vines.
The Sluslaw river is full tu its banks
and the"water continually flows out to
sea, the tide havlug uo other effect than
tbat of raising the water about seven
miles Inland.
Mr. Eliot, who was arrested in
Grant county, last spring on a charge
of horse stealing, by the sheriff of
Whitman county, Wash., has Btood bis
trial aud beeu acquitted.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
The drug and medicine firm hereto
fore dolug business under the style of
Smith & Stelner, have this day dis
solved partnership by mutual consent,
ur. j j, oiimu reiinui;. rue ousiuess
will be coutinued by Lee Stelner, ut
tueoia reu corner siana, wnere all
bills and accounts are to be settled,
Salem, Dee. 1st, 1893.
J. (J. Smith, M. D.
Let. Steinek.
Tho largest stock of brooms and
J'0"1"8 for household use ever brought
to Sal m at O ark fc Eppley's.
I
Slatighf er?d at Cost !
The Largest assortment ever brought to Saloni.
They Must Go
in the next 30 days i
AND COST TAKES 'EM.
C. D. Gabrielson,
........Resident Agont
L0NJ30N" and LANCASHIRE FJRE INSDKANCE CO.
Havo 15 years experience; for over elf ht years aMlstant secretary ot State Insurance Com.
pany oi Oregon. Temporary office Ktelner's fled Corner Dfu- btore. I'RUMIT. RKLliULE
ANI MBESUl. Which la shown bv the fact t at this romnanv ha. ri.ihl il,HL. ..?
I ness of any iTorelen Insurance company on
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Mary M. Temple to Royal P. Bacon,
i j ,
i iaa. l
State Land & Trust Co. to J. B.
Asbby, lots Salem Garden Fruit farm
12.
J. J. Malloy to' H. W. Fries, 120
acres, $1200.
L. C. Dayton to S. H. T. Jones, lots
Charles Hubbard's add to Hubbard,
1350.
T. 8. Dearborn et al, to Mrs. H. A.
Dearborn, part of blk 33 Sateui, $1.
A. Wj Jotte o Wm, M. Case, of
David. Weston d 1 o containing 322
acres, $400.
Alice Weaver to Edwin Grimm, 15
acres, $2000.
Edgar Grim et al, to Alice Weaver,
34 31-100 acres, $2000. .
J. B. Tracy to Geo. Keech and Thoa.
Little, 40 acres, $600.
Geo. W. HolIIster to J. W. Eddy,
lota annex No. 1 to Geo. W. Holllater'e
add to Salem. $35.
Geo. W. Hollister to Llllle M. Eddy,
lots annex No. I to Geo. Holhster's add
to Stayton, $175.
E. B. McFarland, trustee to 'title
Guarantee & Trust Co., 1600 acres, 1 6 s,
r 8 w, $25,600.
Edward Laflenuvo to T. J. Gervias
10 a., $550.
G. C. Guerin to Mrs. R. H. Hopkins
lot Woodburn, $875.
H. M. Robinson to F. E. Looney, lot
Jefferson.
Lowest prices on underwear, at the
New York Rapket, eyer offered lp Ba
lem. Sweet cider Clark fc Epploy.
Splendid assortment ot holiday goods
cheap at the New York Racket. 2t
Basey's Hearse. Notice Is hereby
given, tbat I have bought the hearse
of Olinger & Rigdon, known as the
Mlnto hearse, and kept at Jap Mlnto's
stables, and have moved tho same to
Radabaugh's stabbs, corner State and
Front streets, and all orders left at the
undertakers, Olinger & Rigdon'a or A.
M. Clouch's. or at the Rtnhlwt. will rn.
' celve the best of attention, Thanking
my many friends for their past favors,
I hope by fair dealing a continuance of
the same, and will strive to heed the
motto, "Live and Let Live." A. J.
Basey.
It is very difficult
t o convince
children that
a medicine is
"nice to take"
this trouble
is not experi
enced in ad
ministering Scott's Emulsion
of Cod Liver Oil. It is
almost as palatable as milk.
No preparation so rapidly
builds up good flesh,
strength and nerve fprce.
Mothers the world over rely
H?on J,1. .in a11 wasting diseases
that children are heir to.
"tpMSu Cr Boolt Bowni. M. Y. All dranlris.
XMAS LINENS,
XMAS FURS.
XMAS NF CRWEAR and SUSPENDERS,
XMAS HANDKERCHIEFS,
XMAS DKESSES and JACKETS,
XMAS, OVERCOATS and HATS,
XMAS FOOTWEAR
AT LOWEST OA8H PRICKS AT. .... ,
WJXI43 OTHE & CD.
OPERA HODBK CORNER, -
Go to WU1L. Brw, for R, Cemfc
the Pacific coast In 1803.
TJIOK BALK. An unabridged enoycloped'a
JP Brit-tunica, Kprlh 1H. at ereat redu tlon.
V . L. West, electrio light station. 12 14 If
MEW MAUKH.T.-Opposlte
Hftlcm. Delivered cheap.
brick store. U.
12 14-lm
WAN i ED. A position at housework bra
competent Indy with b st of references.
Call at the residence of Mrs.
11. ICarly, on
12-liii
uouri street near lew,
NOTICK Any one havlnx horses tkey wish
stalled and fed hay and oaUthoiRh the
winter nny Inquire or Harris A Loose for fur
ther particulars. Wlllamlna, Yamhill ooiu.
ty, Oregon. 12-8-d8t w
WANTED Work of any kind, by a young
man who Is a stranger In the city.
Wages no object. John Loumenas, at The
Cottage. 12 5t
CHUIdTlAN PCIENCE-Llteroture
kinds on sale at 326 Liberty street.
of an
4-6-ly
31HIB PAPER Is kept on file at . E. O. Rake's
. Advertising Agency, 64 and 65 Merchants
zohange. Ban Franclsro, California, where
contrao for advertising can be made for H.
EAUM FOB BALE. A declrdble farm of 160
acres for sale on long time Town nroperty
will be taken in part payment. Apply to Leo
Willis, In Opera House Block. 12-2 lm
CAMPAIGN OF EDDCATION,
A campaign of education is what vr are
engaged In. We want to teach the public
luav w wive pveryming in tno way or
HOLIDAY GIFTS
Gold tena. Fountain mum. Ci-riAW&A
Novelties, rhotokrupb. Albums, Photo!
frames, Collar boxes, Porcelain Placques,
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ir" j ii P"00 " wfty down owm
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but
'"v uuu time, uon i neuer mis
uoie ana see ror your elves.
Patton Bros.,
Agents for -'Old Nick." 96'Btate street
MADAM McALPiN,
of Denver, has opened Drew-making
Parlors in (be Eldrldge block, in the
rooms formerly occupied by Mrs. Baker
and guarantees
A Perfect Fit or No Pay I
ll-22-lra
FROEBEL S0H00L8-4tk Year.
Infant, Connecting and Primary c'sssea
every week clay from S a. tn. to
12 m. except Saturday.
MISS 0. BALLOU, - - Principal
TRAINING CLABSE3
for teacbeis' dally practice work from
0 a. m. to 12 m. In Kindergarten.
On Monday, Weduetday and Friday
from 2 to 4 p. m. Claefea meet for
study of Frrebel system. Mrs. P. 8.
Knight, Principal.
MOTHER'S CLASS.
Meets Friday from 2 to 4 p. m. with
training class, conducted by Mrs.
Knlghtand MlaaBallod,; For terms or
information apply at 'Kindergarten
rooms, corner Court and Liberty ttrteta.
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