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Daily Capital Journal
EV HOFttK BKOTHBRS,
8AT0HDAY, JUNE 20, 1890.
Huodtpun, 2 C 2C 2C
The ideal wash fabric. We place on
sale it large assortment at regular whole
Kale price, and advlte earl (elections.
15c per yarn,
Indigo Prints. TC v
3000 yards ol blue calico, such as roti
have paid us 7c per yard lor, we place
on sale special at 5c ptr yard.
Belts, Belt Ribbon, Etc. X X
We show a damly gilt belt and buckle at
joe; also leather, spangled, linen, etc.
Expect more white kid onts this week.
Sun Shades, A) v A) Jv
The white silk, white sticks, pateni
frame shades at $t'(o are a great value.
Same with deep silk ruffle $2.
J, , Dalrymple Co,
Kced'a Open House the Scene of a Oala
Frliluy evening was tlio crowning
event of our public hjIiouI oyKtpin, tlio
gradiitltiR class exercise of Hit- cla?s
of 18IXJ. It will bo itn event loii to lx
remembered, by tlio! who pai t IcI-
j in It'll, us one of tlio golden inlluxtoiio
of their Uvea. The front of the stage
wnsa solid bank of flowers, haskelt
piled upon baskets, boqticUi In trtuckx
und a constant Htrcaui flowing In and
kcepiiitr the flower ushers, so busy
that people could hardly Iks seated
The audience was largo one, mostly
ladies, showing that the women of
Salem arc the power back of our
The exercises began at a rather late
hour. The II. A. C. orchestra dis
coursed several overtures, when Ilcv.
J. 1'. Farmer offered a payer, all
arising. The graduating class, the
board of education, Supt. Peebles and
tlio teachers, had scats on tlio stage.
Tho program was very nicely rendored
and great credit Is duo to SupU
Peebles, for tho way ho managed tho
wliolo affair. Ho has been an cfllclcnt
and capablo oillccr, us his work fully
shows. Miss Smith, the East Salem
principal, ably assisted by tho full
corps of teachers, has done excellent
work In bringing tho largo graduating
class to tho front in such excellent
Bhape. Evcryono speaks In high
pralsu of the Halcm schools.
A Painful Acoidunt. Lillian, tlio
Blx-ycar-old daughter of coductor S.
Vcatch, of tho Salem local, mot with
a vury painful accident last evening.
bho was running to meet her father,
Just after tho arrival of tho train
from Portland, when sho stumbled
and fell striking her loft arm on a tlo
causing u painful fracturo JuiJt
above tho wrUt. A ' physician was
called and reduced tho fracture, and
tlio Utile sufferer will soon have re
covered. 1 11
Kcndyour address to II. E. llucklon
& Co.. Chicago, and get n frco sample
box of Dr. King's Now Llfo Pills. A
trial will convince you of their merits
These pills aro easy In action and aro
particularly effective In tho euro of
Constipation and Kick Headache. For
Malaria uud Liver troubles they have
been proved Invaluable. They arc
guaranteed to bo perfectly freo from
every deleterious substaneo and to bo
purely vegotablo. Thoy do not weaken
by tholr action, but by giving tono to
stomach nnd bowels greatly Invograto
tho Hystom. Regular slro 25c. per
lx. Sold by Fred A. Legg, druggist.
I Chronicle of Events and Individuals at the
Not a few Salem lies are attending
the Woodman picnic at Sllvcrton to
day. Miss Pearl If obson Is the guest of
0. It. Thomas and family for a cw
Miss Maude Rundlett returned this
morning from a short ylslt with
friends at Jefferson.
Mrs. Ella B. McDowell, one or Sa
lem's talented vocalists, spent the
day with friends In Portland.
Mrs. Clias. K." Llpman, who has
been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Hughes, left this morning for her
home at Sacramento.
Miss It. T. Smith, for three yenrs
t'ic superb principal of the East
Salem schools, has resigned, to take a
position at Helena, Montana.
Harvey and Ella Wlm, who have
bcn attending the Willamette uni
versity tho past year, returned to tholr
home at Monroe this morning.
Mrs. I). C. Sherman, accompanied
by bor.daughtcr, Miss Stella, went to
Portland, this afternoon, to attend
the funeral of a little nephew.
Miss Minnie McLlntock, who has
been attending the Monmouth State
Normal school the past year, left for
her home at Scott's Mills today.
MIkh Clara Frlnk. one of the able
corps of teachers at the North School,
went to Hubbard this morning where
s ie will spend a pa it of her welcome
K. C Cross and family, start over-'
1 mil TucMlay for a six week's outing
to Klamath agency and ret urn. There
will be six in the party, and they will
visit Crater lake, Clear lake, and other
points of attraction before returning.
At an adjourned meeting of the
First Ilaptlst church members, W. II.
Farmer was elected superintendent of
the Sunday mjIiooI for the ctiMilng
COMMENCEMENT. CHURCH SERVICES TOMORROW
Mioralailrrat,! S-fmiill SU.lJlV
, For the Week. ne. W. C. Kant tier, pastor. This
1 ...,.- . ..fi v.r In the his- church will observe Dose Sunday to-
mull"., 0...v.-.... --- - mnrniw. TIC Cliurcil win w waun
Walter Holmatl returned to Alban
Walter Downing was a Turner visi
Dr. W. B. Mcre went to Portland
A. Mason, returned iron, uncmn voU8 It8 oullook for the ensuing ,VbVa Krnion on -Tim Rose of
county quarry loaay 1. nmn hrbhinr. sinmn." snnrluv school at 12 m
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This evening, a prl7e spelling maicii .ninior iMitieiiviir hk i.
" tory of the Willamette university uas ful decoralC(i wth a wealth of rows,
Just closed. The enrollment at this and the pastor will preach speclnl ser-
ploncer Institution, has surpassed ""'nsfor tlicoccwl(n. AJ-WJJ ?i, "l
imtofanv vear. for several years the object wlllbc, WnV'"
Ncal. the sprinter, Is home
from a Hying trip to Jefferson. ' wtt )e(i ti,c University chapel, C. h. at
Bov. i S. Ktik'ht went to Eugene fur wlileh twonrlzes. of o ami s-'.w.
today to remain over Sunday. respectively have been offered,
Attorney General C. M. Idleman n- awarded
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turned un'oruniiuiiiisHiieriiuun. 1 )., uivm.-tiiw "v ,..v....-0. .-..- ,,
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y. p. s.
1 11. in
Services at 10:30 a. 111. and B I1.111.
to be quite en
Attorney s. ii. iiuiiucs u.uinii ... ,, n.t.i rri.n
,egal business In the metropolis today. ""fJ
Tlio. Kay, the woolen mill man, invtC(1
was an Albany business visitor today. , Tonorrow , b.lccaiaurcatc Sunday,
Hon. F. C. Baker, ex-state printer, I nnd t1le gom,, wm be preached by
returned to Portland this nftcrnoop. IcV4 W1K nasmus.D. I), of Portlaud,
llev. J. Bowersox returned this ' nt the First M. E. church, at 10 a. in.
afternoon from a trip to Brownsville. ' The trustees, Alumni, faculty and
Secretary of State II. It. Klncnld 'students, are to meet In the Sunday
will spend Sunday with his family at school rooms or the church, at 0:45 a.
Eugene. j 111., In order that they may march to
J. W. Roland, bookkeeper at the the main auditorium In a lody, where
inonnn ..aril,,., wnnt. t n .loiTnrum t hia scats will be reserved for them.
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tltemsclves best In ortliograpnj., SuojL,ct 0f morning sermon
Ladles UndorvestH 6 cents and up,
Mcirs Halbrlggan underwear 25
cents each and up.
Straw Huts for everybody.
Tan shoes latest styles
Bummor Corsets, Silk mitts, Chain
olso Gloves, etc.
Fino Zephyr Ginghams 10 cents a
yard, 5 cents saved on ovory yard.
Finest Wash Goods and Shirt
Waists in tho city.
.Willis Bros. & Co.
Court nud Liberty.
The Cash Dry Goods, Clothing nutl
FOIl CJOUDKSS OF LIIIRIITV.
Tho Fourth of July commlttco has
asked n number of tho lodges to each
place In nomination a lady candidate
to bo voted for tho goddess of liberty
on the car In the celebration parudo
on that occasion. Poll boxes will be
pluccd In the book stores of Pattoti
Bros, and F. S. Dearborn, whole bal
lots can bo deposited at tho rato of 5
cents each. No doubt n spirited con
test will soon begin and qtitto a hand
some sum realized for tho celebration
UNITY UUILD KNTKKTAINKD.
On last Tuesday evening tho Unity
Guild wcro pleasantly entertained by
Miss Jcsslo Stump at her homo corner
of Front and Chomekato streets. Tho
hours wcro passed in active games up
on tho lawn, and vocal and Instru
mental music In tho parlors. Tho
most Interesting part or the evening's
amusement, was In witnessing a young
gentleman's frantic efforts to dovour
an ordinary sized cake within a
limited time. A wager was the In
centive to this horolc feat, nnd ono
young lady will probably have it pair
of now gloves for tho Fourth of July.
Light refreshments were served, and
atalato hour the guests reluctantly
departed, hoping for a repetition of
another such a good time.
When IUby u sick, re garo her Castorla.
Wbsn sho wu a Child, she crIM for C&storU.
Wbn slit became Jtlu, she cluog to CsstorU.
When site bad Children, she travetheui Cwtorla,
Making PuoaitKss, With eight
bricklayers tho past wcok the state
sower hits imido better progress than
with tour bricklayers. It was claimed
four men only could bo worked until
tho subject was aired In tho papers,
Tho same bosses could handle twelve
us well as four, and employ more men
still, but we cannot hope for too much.
W. B. Lawler, the well known min
ing man, pushed north on the after
Boyd Richardson left early this
morning for Portland going by means
of n bicycle.
Geo. A. Jackson, or the Singer
Sewing Machine Co., went to Port
land this morning.
J. Purvluc, formerly salesman In A.
Klein's shoe store, will spend Sunday
on his farm near Zena.
At three o'clock tomorrow after
noon will occur the farewell gospel
service of tho V. W. and Y. M. C. A.
.In the society hulls nt Willamette
I University, by W. P. Mathews- Rev.
Wllmot Whltelield, D. I)., of Port
land, will deliver the University ser-
! mon at the M.E. church Sunday even
ing The choir, under Prof. Heritage,
. will furnlsn special music for the
A condensed program tor the re
mainder or the. week Is as follews:
I Monday 8:00 p. in. Commence-
Itnnnat, Oral ." In t IC eVCnillg
there will be a song service during
which Mr. Copcland will speak on
"Music as an Instrument of Salva
tion." A specially line musical pro
gram has been prepared In which
Misses Aldcrson and Davenport,
Messrs Lundcll and Akers of Albany
and ProL McElroy will take part.
Fihst Baptist. Rev. J. P. Farmer,
pastor. Morning services at 10:30.
Tepic: "Heavenly Recognition, or an
answer to the question, shall we know
each other In Heaven." Sunday
school at 12 o'clock. Y. P. S. C. E. at
7 p. in. Evening services at 8 o'clock.
Subject: "Young Men. as they arc
socially, politically and morally, and
as they should be In these three re
lations of life." Offertory by the
Monday and Tuesday,
SHIRT . .
. . WAISTS
Our stock is getting somewhat broken, but we
some good bargains to offer,
257 Commercial st.
Constable S. It. T. Jones. Alex1 n,entof College of
Covle and Chas. Plalz. of Hubbard, verslty chapel.
oratory, at Unl-
were In the city yesterday.
Thus, lleynolds, Wells Fargo &
Co.'h agent In this city, will spend
Sunday at his home In Portland.
Pres. P. L. Campbell, of the State
Normal school at Monmouth, passed
north on the Roseburg until today.
A. L. Shulse returned home to
Shcdds this morning having attended
Willamette university the past year.
Messrs. E. C. Glltner and W. T.
Slater, of the State Insurance com
pany, were In Albany today on business.
Otto Mctschan, who has attended
tho agricultural college at Corvallls
the past year, arrived In the city this j
afternoon and will spend tho vacation
J. R. Chapman or Portland, was In
the city today. He has purchased a
10-acro tract across tho river from
Salem, and expects to move his family
Onto It In a few weeks, and becomea
Rev. J. P. Farmer, of tho First
Baptist church, will preach at tho
Wlllard church tomorrow afternoon
at :i o'clock. This will not interfere
with regular services at home, either
morning or evening.
II. G. Guild, accompanied by C.
Allison, came over from Sheridan this
morning. Mr. Guild Is being showered
with congratulations from scores of
Tuesday Trustees Day u. a. in.
Annual meeting board of trustees at
Willamette University office. 8 p. m.
Graduating exercises Oregon Insti
tute, preparatory to college, at First
Wednesday Alumni Day 10 u. in.
Commencement exercises college of
Music nt University chapel. 2 p. m.
Annual business meeting of Alumni
In society halls. 8 p. m. Literary
entertainment and reunion of Alumni
tit the FlrstMcthodlstchurch.
Thursday Commencement Day
10 a. in. Commencement college of
Liberal Arts. 2:110 p. m. Commence
ment college or Law. 8. p. in. En
tertainment and icunlou or ulumtil
college of music.
Don't think because vou are sick
and nothing seems to give you roller
that you can't Ik cured.
There must be a cure ror you some
where. ir your doctor can't cure you, per
illing ho has mistaken the cnuse. Any
body Is liable to make a mistake some
times. One in threo of us suffer from Indi
gestion, and one out or three dyspep
tics doesn't know It. That Is, he may
know ho Is sick, but ho blames It to
indigestion Is tho causo of half of
our dangerous diseases.
Shaker Digestive Cordial, made
from tonic medicinal roots and herbs,
Is tho most natural cure for I ml icon.
lioii. ii relieves tuo
cures the d hcuso ucntlv. naturnllv.
solid friends who rojolcolu his great t'lllelciitlv, giving fresh life, strength
V ctorv n Yam h over tlm cnml.lnrwl """ '"r'"1" .' " "jsiwinira.
. .. w, .....,. ,a r iriiirryici li a .tii
Would give us perfect health, llecause men
nd women are not perfectly wise, they must
take medicine to keep them perfectly heal
thy. Pure, rich blood Is the basis of good
health. Hood's Sarsapatllla Is the One True
Mood Purifier, It gives good health, because
it builds upon the true foundation-pure blood,
Hood's Pills are purely vecetable, perfectly
harmless, always reliable and beneficial.
A Happy Combination,
To keep the cleanest, brightest and most inviting grcv
eery store is our aim, Wc are headquarters for every
tbtag first-class in our line, at the same time we have a
ujmm lint of cigars, Our Columbian 5ccnt and Key
Wt BouWcr, KX'cent Havana liave no superiors, and
hwwt sf ft fMs smoke all want them.
SonniMiann's X GrocefyX
124 ;Gkt street
efforts of tlio corrupt political ele
ments of all parties assisted by the
money power. Guild Is all right.
Salem vs. Albany.
A hack load or enthusiastic young
base-balllst8, left early this morning
for Albany, where they will partici
pate lu a baso ball gamo this after
noon, with a llko team of Albany boyH.
Tho team going from Sniem call them
selves tho "Salem Locals." Thov
were well supplied with horns and
other musical (?) Instruments, all of
which, will no doubt bo used to tho
best posslblo advanlago, If they como
off victorious. Claude Moran, captain
of tlio Salem team, will leave for
Sweet Home Immediately after the
game, where ho will spend tho sum
mer. Tlio make-up of the Local team
Is as follews:
Jolt Waymlre Catcher
Claude Moran (Capt.) Pitcher
Monte Leslie First Base
F.mmett Jones Second Baso
Ralph Matson Third Base
James Cooper Right Field
John Cooiier Loft Field
Rockoy ; Hodgkln Cotiter Field
Harry Davis Short Stop
Imi'uovkmunt8.-T1io county assess
or has had that part of Fourteenth tor, of Toledo, officiating.
Mrcci oeiweeu uetuor and Marlon
streets, that abuts on his residence
property, reduced to a grade, prepara
tory to placing n curb along the outer
Jedgo of his property.... Dr. J. A.
Richardson has mado somo substantial
Improvements about his residence
property on Clieineketn and Church
streets recently In tho shape ot a
it bottle for 10
Five cool delicious gallons
corked up tight in bottles I
When you are thirsty it's
ready. Make . it yourself,
Uti. t f ti ckuui e. in,., c, rkiiti.ipsit.
Beginning with Sunday, Juno 21,
and on each succeeding Sunday, a
special excursion train will leave Al-
, bany at 7 a. in., Corvallls 7:ao a. m.,
, arriving nt Yaqulnii at 11:15 a. m.
i Returning, boat leaves Newport nt
0:30 p. m. Train leaves Ynqulna
at 7 p. in., arriving at Corvallls at
10 p. m. and Albany at 10:110 p. m.
Fare, good on this train only, from
Corvallls, Albany and Philomath to
Newport and return, $1.50.
II. L. WAI.UKN, H, B. LOWMAN,
Agent, Albany. Agent, Corvnllis.
Corvallls, Juno 17,180(1.
Makkip.u. At Morrison. Or.. Wed
nesday, Juno 17, 180(1, Miss Bello West
to Jacob Dunlap, of Salem, Rev. Tot-
The Prices That Talk
Good Sardines, per can 5c.
Peaches from 10 to 15c,
Lily corn 4 for 25c,
Apricots- 2 for 15c.
Gooseberries, per gal 5c.
C H. MACK,
operations at moderate fees in any brsncV
in especial tcquest.
HflRRiTT & LAWRENCE,
P, O, Grocery,
Meets all mall and passenger trains. lu..
KBcana express io an parts orthe ciir
Promot service. TVIenlmn,. m - '
Telephone No, 7o"
to these services.
arc cordially Invited
Rev. J. II. Allen, of O.ikla id, Oil.,
preached lat night at the armory on
the subject of "Inqu'ry Into the
Prophecies." lie will preach to
nigh at the same plan and will doubt
less haven large audience The sub
ject for tonight Is not decided upon
yet, but It will be an Interesting one.
At 10:30 u. in., subject, "The Friend
or God." Sunday school at 12 noon.
Chinese Sunday bdiool at 3:30. Junior
C. E. at 1:30. No Senior C. E. or
evening sermon. At 0:30 p. in. the
nnuual children's day program, by
Sunday school, will bo rendered.
Prayer meeting Thursday eve.
y. m. c. A.
Rev. Mr. Whitfield, or Portland,
will address the men's meeting Sun
day afternoon at 4 o'clock, at the
Young Men's Christian Association.
All men are cordially invited to at
tend. u. 11. CHUIiCII.
Services at tho U. B. church In Yew
j.-arK as ioiiews: uniiuretrs Day ex
imcimjs in mo morning at
Preaching lu the evening at
oatit tfchool at 10 a. m. and
u. I'J. at 7 In tho even nir.
In the absence of Mr. Knight Rev
G. F. West will preach. Mrs. Knight
will conduct tho Sunday school.
Services at 10:30 a. m. Evening
sermon nt 8 o'clock.
Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. in.
at their hall corner Liberty and Court
1'EKhONAl. II any one who has been
benefited by thr uc of Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills will ur.le tn (he Cnplial Journal Salem
they will receive information that will be ol
much value and Interest to them. 5 8 im d&w
I-OR ijALll luce acres of land in Yew
Park, wi'h "ivi 1 house and barn, loo fruit
tree, nil ilJi unitleii land, for sab cheap,
Ajitily to I e U Pettyjohn. 58 im
PASTURE Pint class pasture (or horses
or cattle Just south of Mornlngside. $1,00
a month Best grass and water. Inquire at
Journal office. 681 mo.
PUBLIC MEN, POLl'ICIANS AND BUS
iness houses can obtain all newspaper Infor
mation from the press of tho state, coast and
country from the Press Clipping Bureau,
Alleii'st) Union Block. Portland. 12 autt
FOR SAlTE OK KEN'lV-40 acres land 5
miles out. Partly Improved, wood and
pasture, good house, large barn, 2 acres
bearing orchard, lot of small fruit, good water,
Wood stumpage can lie had. Box 145, Salem.
PAl'liKS Portland. Sacramento. Seattle.
Tncoma and San Kiancisco papers on sale at
Miller's Postoffice block
Capital Transfer Co,
HARRY TOWN, PROP.
Express, baggage and all kinds cf work
done promptly. Leave orders at Pik'.
on larm lanu security, specis
rates on large loans. Loan
considered without delay
HAMILTON & MOW
MONEY TO LOAN!
On city or farm property,
Over Bash's Bank,
T. K. FORD
ivi! Raspberry Syrtip.
The choictst article of the kind manufac
tured. Made light here at Salem. Nothing
equal to It for desserts, drinks or table use.
Call for it at II. G. Sonncmann's (jrccory
F. VAN DER BAAN,
Carpenter, Builder and Jobber.
481 Winter street,
ty Hard times prices always.
C. H. .LANE,
rsrijults $15 upwards
st., Salem Or
Pants J npwandj'ja
Dealer in groceries, paints, oils,
window glass, varnishes, and
the most complete stocc of
brushes of all kinds in the
state. Artists materials, lime,
hair, cement and shingles, and
finest quality of qrass seeds,
In all towns and localities throughout the
United States and territories to sell ilie Fount,
ain Washer and Steam Cooker, tho best In
u',e; It saves its own price In the wear of
clothes In less than six months. Sent Cv O.
p. by express, prepaid, for $3.50, in tin;- $5
in copper. For particulais, address
T. B. BROWN,
IS" Stato street. Salem, Oregon.
C. M. Bpplby,
formerly of Clark & Eppley. Is now
prepared to serve the public with
everything fust class in his line, st
Simpson Bras, old stand.
- THE ELECTRIC GROCERY. -
RILEY BOARDING HOUSE
The popular piace 347 High , fr"
been reopened, and is prepared tc receire
boarders and roomers at the most reawniws
rates. Nice suite of rooms on the grooM
floor. Sunday dinner from I to a.
Sheffield & Raino,
SALEM WATER CO.
Office! Willamette Hotel Bulldln
Tor water service apply at office. Bill
payable monthly in advance. Make a
complaints at the office.
There will be no deduction In water rate
On account of temnnrarv nhun.. fmm .1,.
city unless notice is left at the office.
fill Wa,cr for ,rri8atlon will only be
.........fcU , icKmar consumers using watei
iur uomcsiic purpose. Contractors foi
ORTKADE-A new l3 gauge shotgun for wV, 'S PUr?$c. Cn,ra.cUr$ f?r side
..corcoruwooq. inquire at 2o, Com. tcund W&fi
lYa "i"t AppPyatofhc
Address A. Darr. South Kil.m It, :. ' ' ,
r u ti
FutK SALK.-Kverythliiff lit our
inaiuniotli warehouse that went
through tlio Into tiro will bo sold at
a great sacrifice. Como early and get
somo or tho bargains. John O,'
"Wright's pioneer grocery.
Wuolksauj. J. O. AVrloht Is tho '
great headquarters for fruits and veg.
otables, wholesalo and retail. .Berries
for everybody. Largo quantities a
Highest HonorsWorld's Fair,
Medal, Midwinter Pair.
tMost Perfect Made,
40 Yean the St3td.
HAY FOR SALU-l will commence tod"
liver hav about 7C u" 3'"! " "c-
grass.' UW"3 I Sm K.IS.-IS
orwunil S rhomas,or let me know bv
I'llJU nA .r... . .IR : . ?? -w
IAKM 16 iUAhi.A . , .-
(In Kansasl for nZTJi J?" l? .ra
3Jl Commercial st. Cottle Block
,u , Suc?r to C. M. Beck & Co.
J!6.?"', ,n tho cl,y. Prompt delivery at
S, Richardson, Prop.
n. . .. IT-..1 lUMI.mftlf. 110O0
i wo aoors norm noi ,"-"" v.. tl.
cooking and home made pies and calces
ways on nana.
a?Kib, ?. wTiE
r -..-t v-j iiii
MUto' d8W9 MJ ""fcctioneryT F. W.'
Proncrtv U th !,.. '..uai?ln.ie
Price to aZ M ,nf Wht'nd
nice iso, Address. A. care To,,,
Nil! receive children from 3 years upward
Special attention to beginner?. "," ffi
branches for theolderpuplU unght, twlud
divldu',1 ni.n0' W .work doe on the in.
vinced irfe ,D. W?ich ech child ad
vanced according to its own capacity For
:Zrww an" '-aemcketa sts.
J. H HAAS,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWU.
Makes a sp-lalty of fine rpaJr Swrt
Thomas clod, etc.. -1 fiammeicUl L
nAU.v ONE TO rOKluv-J
lAltona and Ramonat
Portland, 6:45 m
Salem, 7145 a. m.
Independence, 6:30 a. m.
Culck time, reguiir'se'rvice M J
Havo You Soon
Dealars In all kinds of tggX.
4 3 tf
....if """"" Ask top it.
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