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ARRIVED AT PORTLAND
CHINA AND AMERICA.
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fHhmui, . ) ) a,
w win jr. . . .in
? . Warner,
of nrUtol. Vt.. left its mark on him In what
physician? called n. honeh-n cnnj" of henrt
disease. Uo tolls how his llfo wtis spared.
"In '96 two physicians pronounced my
case hopeless, and said I had heart dis
ease in its worst form that it was use
less to doctor, nothing would cure me.
In March, '97, 1 took Dr. Miles' Heart
Cure and have not had a symptom of
the disease since. It saved my life."
Is sold by nil drucRlsts on Ruarantoo
first bottlo houi'tlts or money hack.
Hook on heart und nurvei Bent free.
Dr. Miles Medical Company, Elkhart, Ind.
S, C, STONE, M, D,
Stone's Drug Stores
Tne storos (two In number) nre located a
No. 2M and 881 Commorelal street, and arc
woll Mooked with h complete line o( drugs mid
medicine, toilet nrtloles, porfumery, hrushos
etc., etc., etc,
Itii had lomoM years experience In the prac
tice t mcdloliioand now makes tin charge for
consultation, examination or prescription
O. C. T. Go's
Pallv nxoept Hundav at 7 a. in,
QUICK tlMK AND ClIKAl' HATK8.
Dock botwoou'Btato and Couu Bts.
M. P. UALDWIN, Atfout
Kor additional LoculNowsaco I'oarth I'aso.F
Mr. niul Mrs. J
llniiiioii. of Lan-
lng, Midi., nru in tho city giiostH of tho
niuilyof 0. X. l'ottor, on Knst Stati
W. II. Smith wont to Jefferson last
Mrs. J. T. Jnuo is in Woodburn vis
iting hor daughter, Mrs. V. W. Settle
inlor. The Mott brothors, Jninos, Lloyd und
Willie returned home yesterday from
W. C. Ilnwloy rotttnuHl Inst night
from Denver, Col., where he bus been
attending t: Wooilnuui of the World
Mr. and Mrs. Cioo. Howerlln, of Hutto
Montunu, niul Mrs. Chits. Carter und
daughter, of Portland, are tho ynit8 of
Mm. W. I). I'ugh.
Misa Josephine Htbbunl, of Wlllarrt,
aceomjKinied by Mhu Lillian Mutsohon,
who hna boon Iter guost.ooine to tho city
W E. Kinzer and O. D. Henderson,
two oflicors of Coinonny M, Second Ore
gon Volunteers, dlu busino In Soloin
Mrs. Fromador returned from n visit
with Otegon City friend last evening.
Colo Hrothors wore iKiswnger to
Portland thla morning.
Major Percy Willi went to Portland
yesterday afternoon to look up his lost
Mrs. E. C. Small in in Portland.
Stat j Treasurer Moore is in Portland
Mra. Martha Robnett was brought
nvir friiin AIkim Iiv Sheriff Horn, and
placed in tho asylum.
Mm. H. S. Hean and sons, accompanied
by her cousin, Mra. Thompson mill son
Harold, of The Dalle, returnetl from
Miw InaStiilwoll of Dayton, came up
last evening to visit with SkIwii friendu
Mra. Aikon of Portland is In tlw city
J. A. Bellwood returned lat evening
from his hop ranoh near Dayton.
Prof, and Mrs. J. O. Hall wwit to
Allwny t.xlry via bicycle. They will re
turn. Charles Wok, tlw Salem nwt man,
tMav relebruted bis 61th birthday. Mr.
U'.ili aavn hU iunnlaare all long llYU
pc.ilt all living to be from 105 to
: infrequent na :
are rsrnible tor drf. icrawny awl
varlaUe colored hair. Many rP
have a goodly upply ot balr. and
wouWt Us beauUJul were it not Uit
dandrufl bad destroy 1 iu W and h""1"
It luwrvto. Ereryont bwd W
be ihamiooed once a wwk with
Bonlnjurtoui aaaneaim-gmuB -
Sutherland Sisters' 1
doc not rot and Mom h " n
ton. kaawata. vtc AW t- g
SSier with tfee II ",
They eoauUn boUOb but Ut U l
if. lb.,.. -JSM&i&
The Badger a Converted Cruiser Now
The Vessel Which Will Carry the Ore
Ron Naval Battalion.
Tho United Statos auxilliary cruiser
Itadgar reached Portland, and has
dropped anchor at tho footof FourteentI
street. She did not stop nt Astoria,
coining direct to Portland. Tho Badger
will depart today with tho Oregon naval
battnlion for a 10 days' practice cruise.
The Badger is a screw propeller of
81 tons displacement, draft forward
16 feet, aft 10, and her engines are 3000
horscpowor. Hor battery consists of six
five inch breech-loading rapid-Are guns
and six thrce-pounder Maxim-Xordcn-feldt
rapid-flrors. Sho wns purchased
April 23, 1808, from tho Ward lino of
steamers, hor name being at that time
tho Yumuri, after a rivor in Mexico. Sho
had been plying between New York ami
Commaudor James M. Miller, of the
Badger, wns formerly in command of tho
famous Morrimac, which was sunk by
Lieutenant Hobson to block up tho
mouth of Santiago harbor. Hor other
otllcersare: Lieutonant-Commander T
B. Milton, Lleutenat W. C. Herbert,
(engineer,) Lieutenant It. It. Belknap,
Lieutenant Yates Stirling, Lieutenant J.
U. Y. Blakely, Surgeon O. I). Norton,
Assistant Paymaster H. P. Ash, Second
Lieutenant X. II. Hall, Boatswain
A. Coopor,.Carjontor, Joseph O'Connor,
Mate A. Larson, Pay Clerk V, A. Hop
kins. On May 1, 1S08, tho Badger left Xew
York with IJOO New Jersey naval re
serves, to do blockade duty off the
coast of Cuba. At Xuovltns, three
prizes wore captured from tho Spanish,
a tug, schooner, and brig, which she
towed into Koy West. Sho afterward
joined the fleet at Guantannmoaud did
good work scouting tho coast of Porto
Aftor hostilities ceased, sho was or
dered to Longuo Island, Pa., whero the
reserves wore discharged an J tho Badger
went into ruservu nuti, December 21,
1808, whuu she was lltted out for a
cruise to California. On January 111,
1809, sho loft Hampton Bonds, Va for
San Francisco. On hor way out sho
stopped at Bahia, Montevideo, and
Port Stanley, Falkland islands, where
the Ixxly of the late Hour-Admiral
Spotts was exhumed and placed on
honrd for transportation to California.
She sailed through the Straits of Ma
gellan in March and reached Valparaiso
on the 22d of tho month ; Callao on the
L'Hth, and San Francisco on April 15.
Shu was placed at tho disposal of the
high Joint Samoon, commission on April
2il, and reached Apia May 111. On July
11 following she left the bamoou Islands
with the comissson on board and reached
San Francisco August, 0, aftor having
mado a short stop at Honolulu, and on
tlto 20th of August, at 0:110 A.M., she
left San l'mncikco for Portland. Since
leaving Now York May 11, 180S, shehas
Milled 28,508 miles.
Sioo Reward, Sioo,
Tho readers of this paper will bo
pleased to learn thai there Is at least
ono dreaded dlseaso that bclcucu bus
been able to cure In all Its stages und
thut. is Catarrh. Hull's Cuturrb Cure
Is the only positlvo euro now known
to tho medical fraternity. Catarrh
being ii constitutional discuso, ro
iltilres u constitutional troiitniont.
Hull's Cuturrb Cure Is taken Inter
nully, acting directly upon tho blooa
und mucous surfaces of the svstom,
thereby destroying tho foundation of
the disease, and giving the pallonl
strength by building up tho constitu
tion and assisting nature in doing Its
work. The proprietors huvo so tnuoh
faith In Its curative pnwors. ihut they
oiler Ono Hundred Dollars for any
case that IC falls to cure. Sond for
list of Tosllimnlals, m
Addross, F. J. Uiimnky.k uo, mo
Sold by Druggists. 76c.
Hall's Family Pills are the bast.
GrU Gathering to Be Held at St. Paul
Early in October.
St. Paul, Minn., Aiw. L Th unul
national oonsrwa of the Hjiiacoiwl
church to 1 held in St. Pul early in
Oetolter promieM to lw a gruat gutlwr-
ing of the intellectual lighti of tlie great
denomination. KlubaraUt prrtloiw
ar Iwing mudeby theKpiilchwrchi
of the Twin Citiw for Uw reception and
entertainment of the vltors. The con
grau will 1)0 presided over by HWuip
Gilbert a honorary president. Among
the sBkers will lw the following well
known divine : Dr. McKay Smith, of
Washington, D. C; Itev. Dr. Mann, of
Nebraska; Hv. Dr. Stow, of Twin;
Iter. Mr. Palmer, of Amiover, :uai. ;
IIWiop White, of Indiana; IUlo Sw
iotu ami Dr. Warner, of New Orleans,
Professor Hall, of Chicago, IMshop
Whittle, of Minnesota, Hev. Dr. Far, of
Missouri : awl Ittahop Potter, Dr. Itains-
fi iir c.Tmu ami Dr. Tiffany, all u
New York City. The congress will as
eibt Uw tecond Twtnlay iu October
and is expected to rwwahi iu aewtion
To Cleanse ihe Systsm.
Effectually yet uaUy, when eoatlvt
or bilious, U iHjrinttWflUy overcome
habitual .oosllputhin, to awakeu Uie
I...! 'I.,.,.,,. I livar Lll a UtUllliy UC
MKirinia u uva -" . - -
m ii. w. Mevers UrUl lor ..-
tivlty, without irrlWtlnu' or weuKen-
Inir Umui, to dltpl ledaelv-, ou)d,
lite CullforwUi Fu Syrup U.
atite yesterday, alterooon to mt r structine u w Jrt ed digest
hnstawl, wlMiisenr.4 boioe from N iff J otber preparation
.IK. MlMtuard awi
awl CUiborw. of
Tuwlir fram WW to
Mn. Mary Mttrtin,
l USEs. rWs-'.SCr iTv
Acts gently on the
Cleanses the System
overcomes Lnr& & ' i-r
,TPK n PERMANENTLY
OUy THE GENVINt-MANT o oy
roasLterucmj64iiTi pctu sot rtieoniL
Condition In England, Germany and New
Tho growing crop on the continent is
generally woll reported upon. Th
warm weather both by day and by
night has boon beneficial to the plant,
and its condition, with some exceptions,
is healthy. There is no vormln to speak
of, and the "copper blast" which was
recently in evidence lias almost entire
The plantation reports. contlnuo to bo
generally expressed in satisfactory lan
guage. Thorn is an increasing desire
for an interruption of tho drought,' and
wherever any showers ,of rain have
fallen they have been welcomed, but
have intensified the thirst that rests
upon the laud. Several districts have
had no rain at all, and although thus
fur tho vigour of tho vino has enabled
it to withstand the intense heat of the
sun, thoru is no doubt that miles a
change of weather takes place, tho de
velopment of tho burr cannot proceed
as it should do, and tho rosulthg hops
will lie small and yield lighter than nt
present seems probable. That most
dangerous inist, red spider, is oncour
aged by hot, dry weather, and is nl
ready putting in appearance. Under
present climatic conditions it is not
unlikely tho attack may become more
general, and.if'so a serious damage
would bo speedily dovoloiied.
WATI1UVJM.K NHW JVOIIK.
As to lieu, the yards show a great di
versity of condition. In somo there nrolieo
in plenty and in others none at all. In
some yards whero there were lice there
are none now. They seem toconui and
as the present weathor, hot and dry, Is
not favorable to their spread it is
hoped no damage will lo done. It is
however, n critical time with the yards
and considerable anxiety is felt.
Tho local market continues tjuiet and
without new features of interest. lie
muiu'ug stocks of 1808 hops are light
Ixith here and in the country and most
ly consist of lower grades, and fact
causes tot) iiuotaiious to appear ex
treme, though there is nothing to war
mnt actual change.
IiKKOHAM'8 PlI,L8 for StOllKlull
Hamilton Clark, of Ghaunccy, Ga.,
sttya ho sullorod with pilot twenty
vouia boforo trying Do Witt's Wltob
Haxel Salve, two boxos or whloh coin
Sletely cured him. otonos Drug
Corbett as a Shakespearean,
Nun- Yosk, Aug. 5M. Former Cham
pion James J. Corbelt is to make his
fWt aipearuuce iu aShakeeareHn pro
durUon toni(iit at a fashionable benefit
performance to be given on the grounds
of the Urchiuont Yacht club. While it
is true that Ute former priw fighter and
actor will not have a tdellar role, not
even a thinking part in the jday, his im
iwrsonation of Charles tlie Wrestler,
will doubtless be a big drawing card ami
Uie funds of St. John's KNoopal church
for the benefit of which Ui play is to
be given, are exited to swell to a con
siderable extent as a result of Mr. Cor
belt's histrionic efforts.
itu. nhMiMwi bass ball twin yester
day defeated the MultnoMwhs by a
score of 12 to "i This game was played I
at Astoria Anwtlu- game will be
Digests what you eat.
, mature :rDHi7,tiv or.
1 nc-... Knur nuHuauu. j
3" --'l - V 'Tn
I tb.- tluuiuoflroperfectdlgetloa.
.1 1. , , -1 -iU JVporid by t c oWUt A Co, cliwao-
Vxt-rl .1.' ... nminisimRK
Coming Closer Together Throuch Re
spect Gamed By the Late War.
CnicAao, Aug. 24. Dr. Gilbert Heed,
of Chicago, promotor of tho "Interna
tional Institute of China," designed to
instruct and elovnto the better class of
Chinese, passed through Chicago en
routo to Peking whero ho will purchase
ground and begin tho erection of
buildings. Dr. Keed, who was formerly
a missionary in China, has given his
life during tho last four years to the pro
motion of the institute, and has trav
eled throughout Europe in its interosts.
Ho said last night:
"After spending many years In China,
I rcalie thnt tho only way to remove
existing prejudices, open up tlto country
and enlighten tho natives, was to influ
ence tho ruling classes in favor of reform
and progress. I saw that this was a
work in which all the powors wero In
terested, and I huvo successfully solicited
them to enter into it. 1 intend to erect
in the center of Peking a number of
buildings, which will contain a perma
nent exposition of the worlds inventions,
a lyceum, libraries and reading rooms,
social halls, etc.
"Tho mandarins of tho country are to
bo the pupils and tho faculty is to con
sist of educators from tho various coun
tries. Tho government of China has
ofllclally sanctioned tho movement and
$15,000 has been donated in China. Wo
have money to begin work and assur
ances of plenty to carry it on.
"Dewey's victsry nt Manila litis caused
the Chiueso to look upon Americans
with great respect and wo nre now nblo
to do more them than ever before. I
think t!.e entrance of tho United States
Into tho situation a great thing for
China. To protect their own interests,
the Americans must oppose tho dis
memberment of China, and the other
powers, realizing this, will naturally go
slow, China's prospects, In my opinion,
are now generally better than ever be
fore." "Our baby was sick for u month
with severe- cough and catarrhal fever.
Sho kept getting worse until wo used
Ono Minuto Cough Cuto It relieved
and cured her in n few days," B L.
Nance, Prln. High School, HluiTdule,
Texas. Stones Drug Stores.
If yuu want fresh homo made candy,
ico cream, ice cold summer drinks, or a
good cigar call at tho "Sweet Home"
No. 220)4 Commorelal street. 7 20 tf
ii W' -
Kodol dyspepsia Cure cures dyspep
sia. "The public can rely upon It us
a master remedy for all disorders aris
ing from luipcrfectdigcstlon."-James
M. Thomas. M. I)., In American Jour
nal of Health, N. Y. Stones Drug
Mrs, Oliver Hlgglnlottom of Court
street was last evening overcome by
heart trouble while attending an action
on State street, Site recovered however,
and was taken homo whero hIio wns
made comfortable by Dr. W. 8. Mott.
The Homeliest Man in Salem
As well as the handsomest, and others
aro Invited to call on any druggist
and get trco a trial bottlo or Kemp's
Balsam for the Throat and Lungs, a
remedy that Is guaranteed to cuiound
believe all Chronic und Actito Coughs,
Asthma, Bronchitis und Consump
tion. Price 25c. und 50c. cod&w
If You Want a Private Danchg
Or a second-hand coal stove, use a want
If you aro an unemployed musician or
an old, established broker, uso a want
If you have any kind of a want that
unybody can 1111 you'll llnil that a few
cents invested in want column adver
tising will bo about the I Hint investment
you can make.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
the Kind You Have Always Bought
The Academy of tho Sacred Heart
Under thedlrectlou of UieSiHterHofthe
Holy Names of Jesus and Mary, will re
sume studies on Beptemlwr 11th for
young lady boarders and also fur day
puplU, including loyH and girl. Parents
are earnestly requested to enter their
children at theopeningof the flrttt session
An absence of more than two weeks dur
ing the scholastic year, will interfere
with the conferring of certificates und
medals. The music and art departments
furnish all the essentials for advanced
study. Prosiiectus sent free on applica
tion. 8-U'i lm
The Intor-Stato University System
E. II. BCOTT. I). M. IMIKHIDKNT
attoiul 0-prUe iMlltslJua wHUh l
HHlttC ttt I
imUf lu (m
pUIH4M W l '" IU UMIII
?y - . ..... 1.
In Umm eolawiu
i tor lb
Mil Uitmimr f . fMMlty,, ,
Hi uI Tr Pint Kiltuul liitik DM,.
0o ur tww 14! tu fr 4nl pUfrrilu
Nutlee to Bridge Contractors.
The HRtlvraigjiwl will reelv.at
..inw in AIImiiv. Or.. mmiImI bids 1
heptoinUr 8th, W, at th ltour of 1
uiWk p. in. for thu building of two
cyh.inltr iders uwdw Hm tlrnw Kerry
lri.lg. oter the KanUaw rtvr near
1'UfMi awl MHciAcHllom (ur tmkl work
t n U at 11 o. ot Um elirk of
JUrtou cuuNly, lu t wy oet In Alb-
The Ht OMirUi of Mariw ami Unit
eoMHtkM wre U riglit to wjtrt y
..! ult mAj, ItoiMU la Umi MMI MudttH
will U xctil 'A the uuiBil bhldtir
m awar-I '! t'niriM t .
H,l 1 1 l urk. 'I Unu l "uuy Or
for Infants and Children.
Cnsforla is ft harmless nubstituto fur Castor Oil, Pare
Koiic, DrojiH mid SnothliiK Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contnin.H neither Opimn. xr)rphliio nor other Narcotic
mihHtnneo. It Uostroys "XVorniH niul alla,s Fovorlslmcss.
It cures DiarrhtiMV ami Wind Colic. It relieves Teeth
ing Trotihles und cures Constipation. It vcuulntcH tho
Stninnch and Uowels, kIvihi? healthy and natural Bleep.
Tho Children's Panacea Tho mother's Friend.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
THf CgWTAM COMMHt, JJ MOP
THEY ALL WANTED ITU
You tte they thought the bicycle In the
window, wis the only one we hid. There
were plenty more luolde however, ind wt,
old 'cm oue each. Ve cu fit vou out alto
In Use For Oyer 30
Water Prolongs Your Life,
If your liotiHO ih not mtpplled with a Hath it ought to lm.
I will muku tltu galvanlml iron Tank, put in tho Tub, the
bout ot I'lumbhiK, and do all kluihi of tin work. Call and
auk for imtluuitoH.
T. S. BURROUGHS
ranMy pirmiilvrl tni.t 'l
Meory, adMl4,Wi(WOullnvt.lK Mhii
loin, Nrouiii, Ium .if Mr
byyuuthlul trroi. cxcev ut
licmmy, lKlllJ,tluiini.iwuw mhiiiicvi, niimiy iiiuiv
Infif mllv or InMtiny. Cu I
box, 6 fbr ii. by nun tiniid-
nooOicr. MiuufKiureil Uy the
TlllkO ANII YAMtfltXHTll.. 1'OITtAHD, OlMOK.
POIl BALIS H Y D. .r. FHY, SALlflM, OR ICG ON. 1 1
THE OLD POSTOFFICE STABLES.
Special rates gWen to Commercial men.
Viiitm Hilda to all poluU it ill hour. OU ui i vill murbeiutUfliMl, HUou 4)1.
NOT GROCERS TO
But Grocers to the People.
We keep in Stock a full Variety
oflProvisions, Groceries and Fruit.
Anything and everything you need.
At prices to compete, call ana compure.
HARRITT &. LAU1RBNOB
OUV VOHTOVrlQK ailOOKItY,
HI. flng?I College
Liary, fcknwitin, CIssmmI. Normal. Comm-rewi. wp-iai.uusw .-
mUm. Purveying, Drawintr, Civil rk.rv.co. Frwwli, Uwiimii. Hn Ml. ItajUn
Siwrtlid, TypowrtUug. Tgraphy, Jlusic. A amieial U Is provided for stu.
dwt wlo on oWunt ol farmlaliir, wUh to enUr)ul In fall am lavo oarly In
ni.ring. Awulwnto daron and teaalieri utatv nrtlflatw and Stat diploma eon
fBrred. Boiut for entalogil. Addrww, . 1 n
Tuic I'mmiucmt 3Iot Amohi, Coilwik, Mt. Jtngol, Or.
WOT HTWHT, H"
Like a Gleam of Sunshine
perfect pntlsfactton omanatcH from
every shirt front, collar and cuff,
that Ih laundered here. Our tine
laundry work is boyontl competi
tion by anyone iu Snlom, and wo
cnuuot help but fool proud of it.
You will, tmi. when you see the jwr
feet color mm llnish that we lay on
them when you bring them here.
Salem Steam Laundry,
COI.ON1U.J. OI.M8TKI), IMIOI'K.
Phono 411, iWO.LIbcrty Street
Dcst and largest-Mine of
Bicycles in the Gity
Car load shipments
Direct from Factory
R, M, WADE C CO.
:: PIIONB 1611
iroo hm., umi u w
iu Oemrillvc Of;ron, curtt
of liuuliili winch Inul to
illvc Uf;jin, vmumhi
aim winch Iniil to
wt tKxkcl. limner
vcl ikxkci. 1 1 m per
cucularliM. AllUrUKUWUI. imkcj
fciu MediclncCo..rail.l'tiuc. v
. l.lluit ni.a..nl. -
02KKUKY 8T HALKM, Oil.
J. J. FIDLER, proprietor.
Ilornci Hoarded by tho
Day, Week or Mouth.
Uluiulluu Tcatim, lfc.
UiuKle Hume 10c.
For boys owl vounic inwi. CqihIuhKhI by
SMiMiwuHe rutiiHrn. nmunimii
ttrittlvdy loonted, (14 iiiIIm from
I Tnuutiii Couusiwi I'rttimratory
h. i J
AuocUte Teacher Wcjtern Consctva
tocy, Kanias City, Mo., tepreientlng
the Intcr-itate System, it Salem,1 Ore.
OvcrHrst Nitlonal llanlr, Keoldence
376 Church street. Studio hours 9 to
New today aavoruaemenra (our line
or lou in tlda column tnoottod tnreo
times for 25 ctn, 50 cU week, (1
per mouth. All over lour lines nt
I'OUNI) A hag ot tools, owner may
havo Jthem by applying nt cornor of
Seventeenth and Ohomeketn. and pay
for this insertion. G. II. Eifcrs.
TKNTS 8 ox duck tents, full roped and
well made, for sale by O. Uillman.
lie flttre and boo him boforo buylntr.
Also a lino lino ot baby carrltiKos. 210
Commercial Rtrcet. 8-23 3t
WOOD. I will accept some onk and fir
wood on tuition iu Capital Ihiainess
coIIcko. Call at onco,on W. I. 8toloy,
nt Capital DurIiicsh col logo, foro
noons. 8-22-3(1 lw
FOR SA1.K. On tho coast 108 acres
mostly bciivcnlitm ; partly imnroved
HUtinuie tor growing onions, potatoes,
hay, etc. Largo outr
shipping iiolnt cheap I
lluble, Wnldport, Ore
liny, etc. i.aro outratiKe; iiuiuiy to
re. 8 su lw
U OATS WANTKI). I will pay top pricu
for 15 or twenty young goats (nnunies)
Frank 0. linker, Portland Oregon.
8 22 3d lw
FOH SALK.-02 ncer farm. Situated
hj mile oast of Sheridan, Or., on
county road; good 4 room house,
woodshed, woll of water, now bam,
henhouse, largo family orchard,
(bearing) good spring water in pasture
of 15 acres, balancoln crop, prlco fl,
800. tl,000 cash, balanco lime, n har
galn it taken in 30 days, for mora in
formation call or write to ownor?on
place. I. U. Murray, Sheridan, Or
egon. 8 17 lint
WANTKI). lluyora for now mountain
haeks, platform wagons, buggies,
eastern or home mado. Also several
second hand wagons, strong, useful
and cheap. Call and see them at tho
Salem carriage factory, 3tW Commor
elal street. Werner Fennell. 8Ul tf
WANTKD. Men to cut, or split or haul
wood. Wo will pay CO cents for split
ting. Cash every week If wanted.
Salem Fuel Co., room 13, over Hush
Jmnk. 8-8 tf
WANTED. Wheat, oata and biirloy.
lnigH furnished. (Je.t our prices bo
foro you sell. Ofllce on Court street
rear ot Dairy mple'H store; warehouse
bibor F.xchuugo building. Tlllsou,
MartlotttlralnCo. 8-7 tf
FOR BALE Good dry wood, dellvored
to any part of tho city, l'rico reason
able. lAiave orders with llarrltt cV
Ijiwrenco or Farmers' Feed yard High,
hTuYOLE PATH If your bloyolo
needs repulra bring II In, wo have
tho skill und stock to keep It In first
class condition. Wo curry u full
lino of HiiiidrlcH und inuko a special
ity of enameling como und sen us.
wo satisfy our patrons. Uurdnor &
White, 288 Liberty sticot, lloltiiiiu's
block, next door to steam laundry.
Phono 2855. l-20-t
I10UHE CLEANERS - Retnoinbcr
f.lml. thnliesL und cheanosL curnat
nuiHirlH tho heavy felt paper sold
A Sliowcr of Comfort
In warm weather you can take any time
you feel dlsiKMod when your bathroom
Is lltted up iu modern stylo, with 11 good
shower apparatus, porcelain lined tub
and good closet. Do away with your
antiquated old tub and wash lowl, and
let us put you iu improved sanitary
plumbing worthy of the times.
314 COMMKKUAL KTllKKr.
Telephone No. JJ7I
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Firstlasa Feed and jBoarding
Wm ULLREY, Prop.
Best Rig, for Commercial Men
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Itartiafo teuius und aunfortnble rig
forludlcHund family tlrlylug a iie
alty, Hormrt bourdod by day. week'
or month und boil of natUfaatrnlf
Whether you aro about to harvest
your wheal or are making your plana to
gathr your hoi. You will neetf a good
supply of provUlonn and urocerh-su
kept for sahi by llrauson h, ltaKOii.
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Prunes for Bale.
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