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OaUy Capital Journal
THURSDAY, FEB. 13, 1890.
lAltona and Ramona
Portland. 6)45 a. m. oo a. m.
Salem, 7:45 a. m. 10:15 a.m.
Independence, 6:30 a. m. Ono a m.
FFre!jht received up 10 10 p. m.23
C; ck time, regular service and cheap
. rates ...
M. I. BALDWIN.
Mi. - r - ra:
.McKliiloy Mitchell, of Gcrvuls, was
11 Hnlein vlHltor today.
Mnrsliul Itvnuli, of Woodbiirn, re
tun cd homo tills afternoon.
President .1. SI. "Wallace, of the
water company, ont to rortlnnil
this afternoon, and will return Fri
Cupt. Davis and wife, of Hie Knot
Portl ml barracks, Salvation Army,
returned homo thin afternoon, after
tin absence of thtee weeks.
Lou .1. Adams, of Slhorton, It. In
town today. lie Is. tnentloncd in a
enn ildnto for the legislature. Hols u
"sound money" n.niionthogold bni.k
J.K. Ilaminond. of Slhorton, was
in tlio olty the past few day, looking
after his flmncos for tlio ltepnhlioan
nomination Tor MiorllT. Ho has the
uppoiiniiice of a man ooiupotont to till
that otllco, and Is an Intelligent mini
to talk to.
Boys Aimno. - Four of the Iwysat
the Htato reform school tiro slok with
what Dr. Rlchatdsou pronounce
scarlet foer, and there Is much
anxiety at tho lust Hut Ion as to rasulK
Wantkd. A good seven or eight
room lioiuo for one year, not oer ltxi
a year runt. See Joe Koniw, State
1I0UM. o 11 0
Thk Journal prints tho will of the
Republican state and coni?rossloiml
conventions as authorized by the con
tnilcom it tons.
Owing to the fact hat wc
r I II
March lat.ta.h,. Van V '""'". ;;r..WT.. Vocc,T
:u 1st, to t
a reduction of
... ;.:.; WM4W" wnKr wc wm sell all croccr es at
DEPARTMENT NO. J.
Judge Burnett Prewd Over the Circuit
In the case of Thompson & Co. vs.
Victor Cnmbas et nl., being an action
for replevin to recover 42 balcB of
hops, aggregating 8,000 pounds and
of the value of 8400, D'Arcy & Rich
ardson represented the plaintiff and
O. G. Blnghnm and J. A. Carson tho
Tho matter was tried before Hie
following jury: T. A. Ford, S. T.
Hobart, Henry Kcenc, A. SI. La Fol
lct, Alex. Clark, 0. B. SIcElhancy,
films. Lcmbcke. T. R. Hlackcrby, Ed.
Jones, 31. A. Wade, Henry Hall and
A. II. Olesy. They were sent to the
Jury room shortly after 4 o'clock and
about 7:20 returned a verdict for the
True bills were returned by the
grand Jury against Otto Burson,
Andrew Heiilitie arid John Bailey, the
boys who burglarized the store of N.
M. Ilaisley at fjtnyton on November
21, Inst. Tlio culprits were arraigned
last evening before Judge Rurnett.
Ruttlcr, Schutzc & Co. vs. D. B.
Flsk & Co., conversion; non-suit by
Stafo of Oiegon vs. Chas. Nelson,
selling liquor without a license; con
Y in. Horn ct nl, vs. F. C. Frevost
ct nl, appeal ftom J. p. court; defend
ant's motion to dismiss appeal over
ruled. Andrew Hcnlinc and Otto Rurson,
indicted for burglary, and being under
lUyenrHof age. were committed to the
Duvld Cnrr, indicted for larceny lu
a house, lined &ifl nnd costs. Sent to
State vs. Geo. W. Holllstcr, charged
with larceny of n coat, dismissed by
J. Reynolds vs. John Patterson, ac
tion for money. Continued; pending
W. S. Taylor vs. Amos Reach, re
plevin; Jury trial, verdict for plaintiff.
J. F. Thompson & Co. vs. Amnllc
J. F. Cook vs. W. II. llyars, suit to
recover personal property, Jury tlal.
Jury as follews: F. A. Ford, R. G.
Fierce, C. W. Knox, Edward Johns,
T.lt. Blaekeiby, Win. Wolfer, C. II.
JIcElhnney, Kani'l. Conner, . Henry
Hull.H. T. Hobart, Clarence Slmoral,
K. II. Flagg. I). C. Shermnn and
Tllmon Ford are for defendant,
Holmes and Holllstcrfor plaintiff.
A Hop Contract.
Wcdncsdey there was Hied In tho
county clerk's oillco a hop contract
covering a jicrlod of three years be
tween L. Q. Bower, of Sllvortou pre
cinct and the Pacific Hop company, of
Seat tie. By Its terms Sir. Bower Is to
furnish tho company 15,000 pounds of
hops raised by him during each of the
years 1890, 1897 and 1808, they to Ikj
delivered on board the cars at Silver
ton. Tho prlco ho Is to rccelvo is (J, 7
and 8 cents, respecthely. On tho first
of September of each year ho will be
entitled to receive an advance of 3J
cents If ho desires. The provisions of
tho contract aroqulto extensive and,
as usual, place the buyer In position
to take the hops at a price below that
of the contract hhould they not be of
the quality specified.
Ahticlkh Fimh). Supplemental
at Holes of Incorporation were filed
yohturdiiy In tho secretary of state's
oillee by Thomas Kay, Squire Farrar,
C. . imtinji, T. II. Kay and R. H.
tnho, directors of the Thomas Kay
Woolen Mill company, Increaslnir the
capital stock of -viid comnanv from
t7.',(XX) to $100,000. Article were aNo
filed b J. F. Huntslngor, Mary Attcr
bttrg. Ama Hagey, Anna Knlirht.
Tellef Johnson, Incorporating the
Sherwood Congregational church, at
Sherwood, Washington county.
Don't forgot tho tegular monthly
sociable, at Cliunnlng hall, Friday
eoulng, I'Vbruiiry II. Music by tho
Kll to orchestra. n.;jt
Why buy a poor flavoring
extract? Your money, the
same amount of it. will buy
Fry's 1 of fine flavor, guaran
teed pure, Cost 10, 25 and 50c
Ten Per Cent Off for Cash
on All Goods except sugar,
H M, BRANSON Co,
sV03 Comowrclal street
Social and Fraternal
ST. VALEKTUTE SOCIAL.
The young people of the Christian
church will give a free social and pro
gram in the church Friday evening at
7:30. After program an oyster supper
will be served in the church parlor.
15 cents for a good supper.
d. or II. SOCIAL.
Last evening the ladles of the De
gree of Honor, A O. U. W.f tendered
a party to their gentlemen friends at
Workman hall. Dancing was indulged
In after the usual ceremonies, and a
good timo was had until nearly mid
night. The ladles arc acknowledged
a. A. R. SOCIAL.
Sedgwick Post, Woman's Relief
Corps, will give a Lady Washington
social next Stonday evening at the G.
A. R. hall. There will be a literary
program and refreshments afterwards.
Judge George II. Rurnett will make a
The following letters remain in
tho Salem post ofllce uncalled for.
persons calling for the same, please
Brown J W & Co
Burke R Sirs
Burrus Slay Mrs
Bulinhard W S 0
Kennedy 31 C Sirs
Sillier J J
SIcDonald C A
Dlnsmorc SI FSIra Siorgan Silvia A
Dlctz Annn Miss -Mciioisun
Dcnolght Rose "
Davis Sarah Sirs
Fectz Emma "
Savage Addle Sirs
Savnge A SI
Spcesc W II
Goblc S A
Gibson R 1)
George F L
Hunter Ella Sflss
Hoi man U
Harris Llll le.M
Jones S F
Taylor Sarah Sirs
Wilson SI ASIrs 2
120 Twelfth street
F. Bonham, P. SI.
Would Dc School Teachers.
County Superintendent of schools,
J. S. Graham convened the nunrtcrly
examination of applicants for teach
ing certificates Wednesday at a room
lii-tlie basement of thecapltol. Those
enrolling with him for the purpose of
forming tlio class were as follews:
E. Grace Hargrove, Monmouth.
L. Dae Anderson, Sloro.
Clara Kirkpatrlck, Aumslllc.
Lydla Arnct, Sllvcrton.
Huldnh II. Cox, Rosedalc.
Slagglo Hammer, Scotts .Mills.
Kato Saunders, Woodburn.
Llllie Tlmm, Liberty
Edith E. Hargrove, Slonmouth.
Grace I). Reed, Scotts Mills.
D. L. Dutton, Fair Grounds,
Geo. W. Aschenbrenncr, Salem.
Grace Savage. Stnyton.
Grace Riley, Salem.
Hattle Edwards, Salem.
Sirs. C. II. Palmer, Salem.
Grace Rubb, Sllvcrton.
Mary Trlplctt, Sllvcrton.
John L. Slorley, Sllvcrton.
Sadie Thorp, Stnyton.
Lola Smith, Fair Grounds.
Anna Ritz, Marlon.
Siyrta Tromllson, Salem,
Estella Knylor, Fruitland.
J. O. Mills, Highland.
W. W. Apple, Salem.
SI. F. Hanvllle, Salem.
Walter SI. Smith, Salem.
R. II. Atichard, Fair Grounds.
D. S. Yotlcr, Salem.
Jane G. Robins, Fruitland.
Lircna SI. Shuck, Slonltor.
E.iphe SI. White, Slarquam.
Pearl Mllllgan, Turner.
Piofs. II. II. Smith nnd J. J. Kraps
will assist the superintendent In the
examination and marking of the pa- !
Thk RKViVAi..-3tcetlngs at Leslie
SI. E. church are still In nrocress. a
good work Is being accomplished, the
inicrosus more than sustained, con-
versions aro occurlng. They will con
tinue at lcastdurlng the present week.
iiiuie reading nt 2:30 p. m. Chlldrens
meeting at 4 p. m. Prcachlm; at 7:M.
Voi.taikk.-Hov. W. E. Copeland
win lecture lu Unity church novr.
Sunday night on "Voltaire and tho
Faumkus, AttkntionI Flvrt linn,
dred biisheU wiiitn c.ui n.. .-
Perfectly clean. Address or onll nn I
...,v.v "...if avvii uiiis iiii ?.iiin
O. J. Hnmsdcn, two miles noath of ,
.'iiiuii-u), 2 13 it w ,
WUn klut m a, CUttJ, ho criod f or CtorU.
W1u the became Mlu, tho chinj to CutorU.
MThea she h4 CUUJren, khs st Ihem CMtorla.
A few oorcoats and mackintoshes
vvt.0irt ? Bnl Auction at the
iwiiilH U ,U "i'P1 a
Z. 13 2(HW
itie U. S. Qnv't ?niW
Aotv Royal Baking fWr
OREGON SWAMP LANDS.
Applications for Payment of Part of
Another application for payment of
20 per cent of the i purchase price or
swamp lands has been Presented to the
state uoaru 01 scuoui juuuvuinimaa"'"
crs. R. F. SIcConnaughy has nsked
the repayment on 14,429 acres, or $2885.
This is a part of the original H. C.
Owens' claim, nugh Fnuier has also
made application for repayment on
840 acres, or $108. The entire ntnouut
of land for which the state lias been
asked to refund 20 per cent of the pur
chase price Is over $00,000 within the
last year, tho repayment on which
amounts to about $19,000. It Is claimed
that the state lias, since tho swamp
land act was passed, refunded $10,000.
There has been u great deal said
concerning tho practice of fraud in
connection with the swamp lands of
Oregon. It Is not apparent on the
surface Hint the state would suffer
serious injury by receiving 20 per cent
of tlio selling price of land for which
it could not give title, and afterward
refunding the payment. But it is
claimed the state has lost many
thousands of dollars In this way, and
it is explained by Clerk Odell In sub
stance as follews:
"Between 1878 and 1880 large appro
priations were made by the lcglsla
ture for building wagon roads, the
acts providing that payment therefore
should be made out of the swamp
land fund. That fund being without
cash, swamp-land warrants were is
sued in largo amounts nnd told at
I great discounts, many warrants being
sold for 20 cents on the dollar. These
' warrants were bought and turned
back to the state at pur In payment of
the 20 per cent cash payment required
for the purchase of swamp lands.
Now the state is paying out the face
1 value of these warrants."
. A Reply from Eugene.
Th3 following In the Eugene Guard
may be of Inicrcst to tho Salemltes.
It is in the form of a communication
over the signature of "S. II.": "Com
plaints aro frequently made in tlio
papers of the extravagant manner in
which the state Instltutl ons at Salem
are managed, and when more economy
is used it is so much better for the
taxpayers. That Dr. D. A. Paine,
superintendent of the Insane nsylum,
Is doing this Is Inferred from a letter
received hero written by G. W. Hnnd-
saker, who Is the purchasing agent of
Hint institution. He writes: We did
all of our own butchering last month,
January, and were agreeably surprised
with the results, and we will continue
to do so. We nover used moro meats
or of better qualify than In the lust
month.nud It cost us $.1.05 per 100 lbs.
against $5.20 on the last contract. We
will begin to make garden on the asy
lum farm In a few days. The many
friends of tlio above writer will regret
(?) that he is 'going Into consumption'
, -of good tilings to eat having gained
,20 pounds In weight since leaving
Josh Spruceby Tonight.
j "Undo Josh Spruceby" Is tlio at
j traction at tho opera house. It is
I well spoken of by tlio pipers every
where and tho Nebraska State Journal
j has the following words of prnlso for
line entertainment: "A large nnd
, enthusiastic audience enjoyed the
; performance of the rural drama
'Uncle Josh Spruceby at Lansing
j opera houso last evening. The clover
work of Burt Hodgklns caught the
, crowd and tho whole performance was
punctuated .with laughter and np-
Cure for Ilcadacho.
As a remedy for all form of Headaches
miters has proved to be the very
best. Ii effects
mst dreaded hab tual sick headmhe yeilds to
,utn"uen - We urge all who arcaflUc'ed to
permanent cure nnd the
Ki" hTcasToT haffi ffi IS
tnc Hitlers cures by giving th-s nee led tone
.- ... uun, mm icw caes long reiist the
use of this medicines. Try itonco. Fifty
and $1,00 nt Fred
The grocery firm of Slclntlro &
Davis has dissolved partnership, and
tlio undersigned will continue tho
business under tho firm name of
Chas. T. Slclntlro & C.n. Tim timni-d
of tho nstiiiiiii,,..f n-:. ..i..., .
., .-a ,.v
all natrons fr ,... -.."' i l
m to tho ambition of ti.e new man-
"foment to merit a continuance of
Chas. T. SIoIntire.
Warrant Call No.i
1 Office County treasurer, 1
SlAitioN County, Oregon, y
v.i. 1 , alem, Feb. 1,1890
" "'?, on ''and to nay all outstanding
county warrants Issued prior to Feb
ruary lst.,1895, and that interest will
stop on samo from this dato.
Jai SI into.
-W Coiintv Trn-ienivir
. - ...MU...V.,
The New York Racket is still sell
lug all their stock of winter undor.
weurat Rreat reduction, to close
out1ant,ie oods In this line. Call
ul get a bargain. 13 2d-lw
Children Cry for
PlfohAi. Na4. J
fltOher S Cattoria. .
VALLEY LOCAL Wtiwa. l 8 I ! ' i I A I '1 1 i l h ' V 8lT i IT
J, B. and C.A.Wlnslow, of Olympla,
visiting relatives here.
( fl ,ms irclmsc(1
, q hM q( c r noln
There was n social dance given at
tho Ileln's hull Friday night. r
Last Saturday there was a teachers'
institute held in tho school house.
1 There was a largo attendance, nnd n
very interesting session wns held,
Prof. Graham, the county s'upcrlntcn-
dent was p.tescnt.
Prof. Geddes.of the Sllvcrton sccool,
was In the city last week.
Sir. Herrlck. the county surveyor,
has been doing work in this vicinity
the past week.
David Isaac lias gone to California
expecting to locate there. Ills family
will go in about two weeks.
Sirs. A. Jones' grandmother, from
Fairfield, is visiting tlio Jones family
Johnnie Imlah was seen in these
The preaching services at the Per
kins school house last Sundny
afternoon was well attended.
DO NOT THINK
V& Because you pay a high
sure the quality Unscrupulous dealers will fix the price
regardless of quality, Wc wish to say that wc arc proud
of our line of Teas, and want you to come and look at
them. Your arc not obliged to buy. Our 30cent Japan
uncolorcd, cannot be beat in quality by any 50ccnt Tea
P O, Grocery,
On Friday evening, February 14,
there will be n valentine drawing and
mush and milk soclnl at Harrokl's
hop house. The proceeds go to the
Brooks brass band.
Geo. Ilowcr is voiy low nt this writ
ing. Rosa Wolf, of Sllvcrton, Is spend
ing the week with friends and rola
livcsat this place.
SllssSIaud Byjno, of Salem, Is visit
ing at Squire Evans, this week.
Tho meeting of tlio Young SIcns'
Republican club on .Monday ovenlng,
wns well attended. The organization
will be known hereafter as 'Tlio SIc
Klnley Republican Club," of Labish.
Tho next meeting has not been called,
but the ladles are cordially Invited to
conic and meet with us next time.
Lost. On Sunday eve, by little
Nellie. Hoover, a smnll gold watch
chain. It would oblige us if the
finder would leave the chain nt tlio
Dr. Stott, of Gcrvais, twas Jon our
street last Friday.
Dick Swartz. the Salem pralrlo saw.
mill man having secured the contract
of sawing tlio timbers for the woolen
mills, not being ablo to get out the
t mbers nt Ills mill has brought his
crew here and will use SI. L, Jones
mill nnd get the timber from SI. L.
Prouate. In tho matter of the E.
C. Small estate Judge Hubbard author
ized tlio administrator, Geo J.Pearco,
to pay to F. II. Alllston, receiver of
tlio Northwest Fire & Slarine insur
ance, 33 per cent of Its 8150 claim
against the estate.
PHILLIPS-BARKER. - At the
home of tho bride's mother, Zena.
SmwuPHSP' Wednesday, February
12,1890. Miss Hannah Phillips to S.
Barker. Rev. W. C. Kantner, D. D.
of Salem, ofllclating. '
A goodly comnanv nf fr-imis nt tutc
excellent family was gathered at the
old homestead to witness the event,
and participate In the joyful occasion.
A magnificent wedding dinner was
served and not a few rare presents
were bestowed upon the worthy
couple. After this tho newlv uM,wi
couple started for Salem amid a
shower of good wishes, and left fpr
.uiB, mien; a stion honeymoon
will be enjoyed by tho bride and
groom. Upon their return Sir. and
Mrs. Barker will tako un thnir imm.
at tho old homstend, where niiey will
conduct tho farm In tho future.
!,tiS.HiAL8, e' 'our . miles
-,- iV ;?wu ouiein.oi neart disease
A. W. Brownell, aged Ct years.
Deceased was born in RPnnain.
couuty, New York.,-and leavea a wife
and bix children
S. S. and Martha
place, and four
urarcn to mourn his death.
Slartha live at t.in i,m.
four sons nw tjntti
about tho east. The fnneral will
JjSl1!1 ?i t,I,e1,,ome .
iThlay. and burial at Rural cemeterv
Rev. Belknap, of Turner, oSS9
TOIL Ml -MILIUM
As wc arc closing out of
the house at oncvhalf of the regular price at this sale,
To make room for our new spring stock, which is now
arriving, wc will offer all winter goods at a great sacrifice,
257 Commercial street
price for Tea that you thus in
New York, Tcb,
13. Wheat, cash 640.
13. Silver, CCJcjlead,
SAN FRANCISCO MARKET.
San Francisco, Feb. 13. Wheat, l.iaV
Wool.. Oregon, choice, too; .inferior 7
8c, valley, 9ttc.
Hops Quotaulc at 6c.
Potatoes 50 to 80c per sack.
Oats Milling. 8i-ss.
Portland, Feb 13. Wheat valley, 62lc:
Vnl a Walla. 60. -.
Flour Portland. $3; Denton county,
(: graham, $2 20; nuperline. 52 15 per bbl.
Oats-While, 232.jc; grey, l92ijrolted
nbags, 4 25525, harrch, 4.50 7.00;
Potatoes.. New Oregon, 30(0)500 per sack.
Hay., Good, S Sg8so per ton.
Wo..l.. Valley, 9toc; Eastern Oregon,
Milbtufis..Bran, $tt.5oi2.5o; shorts,$t2
1'ouhry.. Hens, Scjrocsters. i.So nerdoz
ind not wanted: ducks, a.cofti.m n-r .in
lurKeye, live 7c; eggs 12JJ cent cash.
i3;chop feed,i2l5 Per ton; rye. 80c
Hiden..ireen, salted 60 lbs 5c
60 lbs )tVicjhecp pelts, io7oo.
turkeys, live 7c; eggs I2 cent cash.
00c per c
Hons.. Oregon. .1 to er. acrnrfilncr ,n m.i.
ity. " " fc.-i-
uuucr.,wrcgon lancy creamery, 4o45;
fsnn- da ry, 35; fair to good, 3035
common, 17c. J)l
Cheese .Oiegon full cream, I2i2 c.
Eggs.. Oregon. 15 per doz.
u try.. Chickens, 250 per dez:
ducks, 5 oo6j gcesc, $6 oe7.oo: tur'
key. 9ioe: dressed. Mt2c.
lIeel..Topsleers.a2 35c per lb; fair
to good steers . 3Ka 3 5c; cows, aOaVf cj
dressed beef. 4sc. '
Mu,lc!):;i,,, t?efl ,3-2-2Si choice
cw,n, 1.50(512 00; dressed, 4c.
Uogj.. Choice, heavy, 3 oo3.4o; llgh
andeeders; 2 75;dresed, 4&cp?r lb.' b
Veal.. bmall, choice, 56c; large, 34c
Wheat.. 55c perbu., market firm.
Hay .Baled, cheat, $4SoS.oo; timothy,
Hour,. In wholesale lots, 2.85; retail
300; bran, bulk 900; sacked, 1200:
hos, Ii.oo12.ooj chop feed, 12.00
Hogs.. Dressed. 3.
Live Cattle.. tJi2j.
bheeu. . Live, 2 00.
Eggs.. Cash. 12c.
Butter.. Rest dairy, I5c;:fancy creamery,
Farm Smoked Meats
loo; .houlders, 7c.
Potatoes.. 20c perbu.
,Baccn, 7c; hams
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Medal, Midwinter Fair.
.Most Perfect Made,
40 Yuratfcc Start Jaid,
this line we will offer any pair
nrt will t;lve a phonograph concrrt in the We,!
Salem hall on Satutday evenlm? nni aj..
, sion, gentlemen, 20c; ladles, toe; children loc
waSTEu-i'icc io do general iiS
k. K!ei"er'. NotiyhCcrot?aR'cgsCt'. ' pplyintc
FOR SALE ,A fit class team of large fiM
horeii, g -od workers, and fine trailers. Will
he sold very cheap if taken at once. Innoitj
of X, care journal. j.
FOR SALE Some ery fine ihnrouchliredi
Poland China brood sows Will scllttrr
cheap if sold toon. Inquire of X, Journal,: j
A WOMAN With baby three monihiold
wants a poiltlon to do general houtewoti
Enquire nt C. W. Scribcr's.South Stlim, jtf
f'TD.NEWS SPA.D. -Hcalquancrilor "the
leading daily newspapers ol the coast, hub
ucriptions tben for the Weekly Examiner
Fine stock of cigars and confectionery. F
Miller. Prop. 1 14 im'
PAPERS Portland, Sacramento, tait!e,
Tacama nnd San Kiancisco papers on sale i
Miller's Postoflice block
PUBLIC MEN, POLITUANS AND mi
iness houses can obtain all newspaper Mot'
inntion from the pre of tho state, coast aid
country from the Presn Clipping Bureau,
(Allen's) Union Block, Portland. I2jf
FOR SALE OR TRADE -The best bij
fiult ami stock ranch lu Oiegon, containing
200 acres. Will sell cherp, on easy lermt.ct
trade lor good hotel. For particulars inqmrt
at this office. H.A.B. 1311a'
Dealer in groceries, paints, oils,
window glass, varnishes, and
the most complete sto:e of
brushes of all kinds in the
state, Artists' materials, lime,
hair, cement and shingles, ad
finest quality of grass seeds,
of human interest
and superb scenic
The New England Comedy Sucoru. N
scenery, new mechanical eftct, new special
Reed opera house,
TO THE FARMERS!
Wc have just completed a new feed ji
one-half block south of the coirt house
Please give us a call. Team 10c.
a 6 BUSSARD & bIMPKINb.
FRFF TO Al 1 I AD'ES!
I have a very simple home treatment wbjchl
will send free to all suffering women. Cures
ftrnale troubles of every natute. Mot M
detfui remedy ever known
The half has never been told;
For could we witn ink the ocean fill,
Were everv blade of grass a qutll,
Were th whole worU of parchment raae
And every woman ascribe by trade
To tell ihe meriis of Balm of Figs,
I j would drain the oc an dry.
Nor would the scroll contain the wboK,
Though stretched from sky to skv.
Address U,s. J. W. B , box 961 Ta'lmft
Linn county, Or 2 ,mL.
Va uU)h DUu 7"J
. VI W .ii ..1 r !
Wf Ht Ui "-
Havo You Soon
tho new FoKow Per BoxT " "JT
t reo with each box of Powder. t Asfcrorw-
K. .9 ti