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At Bull Run
fnmrado dins. Elms, of Mechanlcavllle.
N. y.. was struck by a pleco of shell which
Inter caused sovoro heart trouble llo sayst
"At second Bull Run a piece of shell
lodged in my shoulder, and later
rheumatism set In, which in turn af
fected my heart to such extent that
several doctors pronounced my case
Incurable Dr. Miles' New Heart
Cure relieved my pains, shtness of
breath and enabled me to work also to
tleep soundly, and prolonged rr.y life."
Is sold by all drupirlsta on Kuarantco
is op money back.
first bottln liKimnii
Iiook on heart and nerves sent I reo.
Dr. Miles Modlcal Company, Elkhart, Ind.
S, C, STONE, M, D.
Stone's Drug Stores
Tne toro (two In number) are located a
No. 505 and 833 Commercial street, and are
well stocked with a complete lino oldrues and
medicines, toilet article pordnnery, brushes
otc, eta., etc,
llmlmil somo2o years experience In the prac
tice of medicine and now makes no cliargo for
consultation, examination or prescription.
O. C. T. Go's
Dally except flundnv at 7 a. in
QUICK TlMK AND ClIKAP HATIM.
Duck botwoan'Htate nail Coin. Hta.
M. T. IIALUWIN, Airent.
PERSONAL AND LOCALS
For additional Local News ecs Fourth Page,
Terrible Experiences of SuRcting,
ness and Deprivation by the
Washington, Aug. 29. Cnpnint Shoe
mnkcr, or tlio rovonuc cutter service.
Friday, received n report from Lieuten
ant 1). If. Jnrvis, the coiniiinniler of the
lovomiocuttorlloar, containing nn nc-
count of the rescue of the gold seekers
who rushed into the Kotzebuo gold
country, Alaska, in the summer of 1808.
Lieutenant Jnrvis was taking the Bear
north to Capo Barrow on her regular
At Capo Prince- of Wales ho learned of
the awful destitution which had over
taken the gold seekers nt Kotzebuo
Sound. On arrival thoro ho found a
terrible condition of affairs. Men had
d'ed of starvation, scurvoy and by drown
ing, and ho obtained a list of deaths.
But tlio list is by no means comploh.
The list has been published ' tho As
sociated Prise dispatches.
Over 1,000 of the gold Beokers had
wintered there. Tlio Bear, after rcliev
'ng as much of tho distress as possible,
and leaving stores and limo juice, etc.,
for tho survivor, took eighty-two of
thu survivors to St. Michanl, where
they wero turned over to tho military
Lieutenant Jarvis' report is dated
July :50, at St. Michael. He reported
that ho left between 225 and 250 sur
vivors at Kotzebuo Sound. Ho informed
tho department that ho would proceed
to Capo Barrow, and upon his return
would touch at Kotzobuo Sound and
pick up any who desired to return witli
Story of SuKeilng and Dc th.
Lieutenant Jan is says: "First Lieu
tenant Bortholf and Surgeon Hawloy
wero pout to the camp nt Hotham inlet.
Thoy returned with thirty-two sick and
convalescent, all affected with scurvy.
Some of thoso wero in u very low con
dition, and thu chances are that some of
them would not have survived many
days without medicine. From 225 to
2T0 people were still ' the camp. Some
had plenty of food and moans of paying
their way out.
"Returning to camp Licutontant
Bortholf pud tho surg on brought off
all those in a destitute condition or with
out moans; -18 nion, two women and an
'ifant, making82 persons in all taken
from the camp. It was not. possiblo
to take any more at that time, but as
surance was given tho p ople nslioro
that if they did not suce id in go tt'ng
away beforo tho vessel's return, thoy
would bo taken out by tho Bear. Thoro
wero plenty of provisions for tho uso of
thoso romaln'ng, many of them liming
a year's outtit, and the only sick iersou
y"" iiiiimin .nil ruTi" in.
KaS3 l&zwr $.
syCSSSV " SSMtf' Tfi
blind schBol. WumMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmsmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
fM aBltflftf SaSaJlLfefc. SliB Bil iaB H A BiB SilV SiliiB
ACTS GENTLY ON THE
LEAnses the System
OVERCOMES iyTTfk 4&
Mrs. I). C. Sherman nnd daughters
Ulna. Stella and Kdua returned last
evening from Portland.
Leo Pones returned last night from a
visit t ) Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Pery, ot Portland,
arrived hist night to visit balem friom's.
Mr. und Mrs. Jamos Drako arrived via
All ma last evening fom California
wliero ho has roslded for hovoii years.
Thoy will visit Mr. Draho's futhu. and
mother who live hero. Mr. Drako was
raised in Salem.
Mrs. Dr. A. J. Glusy, is '.siting at tho
homo of her iiiirunU Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Mrs. II. A. Johnson and children are
visiting friends at Tumor.
Honry Cornoyor and Dave Gullowuv,
attendants at tho Iiishiio asylum, loft
yesterday for an outing at Newport.
Mr. and Mrs. II. G. Meyer returned
last evening from Ast iriu.
Mr. and Mrs. George Bouerlin, of
llutto, Montana, left yoatorduy. Thoy
have boon the g lests of Mr. and Mr .
V. I). Pugh.
Mini NT,ivn nrlHwntd last ovoilillB 811-
tiiri-unml hur vouiil' friends in honor of
Miss Uita Itiiktwtmw, who soon leave
for LtH Angeled, Cul.
Mrs. Anna Hawkins, of Toledo, is the
guest of Mrs. II. M. Southwick.
Misses Alice and Miiinio IWm re
turned yout rdayfruun visit w'tli Jef
ferson friends. They wore iieconimnl I
bv Miss I-nura Thomas, of that city.
Mro. E. N. Elea left on the overlain!
i.i. , ict .,!..'. r,,r OnL-lu.ul. California.
having received a telegram annminelog
that nor brotiter, liiigeue rwiiiiuii, o
Frel Hurst, of Aurora, is sick with
Mr. Mary 11. Truitt is in the city, guest
of Mrs. J. (l. Wilson.;
O. V. Allen, of the Snloin Cannery,
went to Portland thli morning on Uuisl-
W. A. Skaggi went to Portland today.
K.U. Savage rotumwl to PorUaml
this morning after having vlslUd hw
father, George Savage.
Mastor Willie Adams of Tnoma ac-eomiKini-1
by his sUtr,MiM Clam, who
have been visiting with their sister Mm.
W. F. It. Smith, .oturned North Ulay,
the latter accimiwnyini! Wilh- as far a
Portland where she willusit-
remain'Mg was a Mrs. Smith, whoso
case was so t-oriouB that she could not be
"The bark Alaska, of San Francisco,
was exacted to urrivo and tho steamer
Townsend passed in as the Bear left.
Tho charterer of tho Townsend, C. 1).
Lane, assured mo that ho would take
out all who wished to go. Many, if not
all, will bo able to leave by those vo
sels, but uoii my return from tho
Arctic I will clean the Iwach of all who
Twelve Hundred Victims.
"Tho rush of people to Kotzobuo
sound was a sad, doploiablo affair.
M islet! by false information and adver
tisement's, 1,200 people, many totally
unfitt Jil to stand hard conditions and
BUT THE GtMVINt-MAHT O Dy
f c sn tr in ciMiwTi f oiu jo n tctnt.
Improvements Being Made
.-oiiio suostnmiai improvements nro
Iwing nuulo ut the Blind School. Tho
laundry which is nt present local ?d in
the old building at tho north has lx-en a
menace to tho new building on account
of the flro OKiwsurc. Tho laundry will
be changed tithe building nt tho couth
and farther nway from tho tiew building,
and tho old shack now used will bo re
A now wovon wire fenco with iron
iwsts is being put across tho entire
frontagoof tho lawn, which will boa
great gain for the appearance of tho
Sonio work is also being douo on tho
lawn, and a cement walk will be laid
on a bee lino from tho eontor of tho
building to tho sidewalk, and at a sci
entific right angle with tho lattor.
The Homeliest Man in Salem
As well as tho handsomest, and others
urc invited to call on any druggist
and get frco a trial bottlo of Kemp's
uaisiim ior uiu uiirnut ana Lungs, u
remedy that Is guurauteed to cure and
believe till Chronic nnd Acute Uoughs,
Asthma, Bronchitis and Consump
tion. Price 25c. and 60c. cod&w
Prunes for Sale.
Undo Bill Anderson has nbout i ton
of lino Italian prunes for sale. Call on
him immediately and get a bargain.
Hamilton Clark, of Chuuncey, Qn..
s:js ho sulTcred with piles twenty
ycaiH beforo trying DoWiMAi Witch
Hazel yulvc, two boxes of wli'ch com
pletely cured him. .Stones Drug
Hr.KciiAM's Pills for Stomach
cleanliness comes beauty.
comes from the use
of the famous
climate, rushed to tho country du.-'-i
tho open season of 1898.
"During the w'ntor no gold whatever
was found, und K the spring they
sought every means of wnaping from tho
"Many wero drowned in tho swift cur
rontH of tho rivem in the fall of 18U8;
nilLiMlnotthalr livuo durliiii the w'nter
from tint cnld. und. worst of all, in the
spring fccurvy broke out in iwarly all the
"I enclose a list of forty-eight deaths.
Tlee are all tlwt ooiild Ih gathered
from the ioople o-f Hotlmui inlet, but I
have no doubt that many others oectirwd
that were not ieeorled oi could not 1h
learned. I apprehend l tiiat many
of tho wImi start! ooauthg along the
slwre'or Cajw Nome may may IiaveIot
thuir live in the i and bad weather.
'rii tun Pickeriue brother, of
Princeton, Ky., were killed by a native
nanml Kokamitk, on the Sehtvlk river.
Theie wn are given a ld clmracter."
Lieutenant Jarvis, who aecomplUhtd
the reicue of Uie goW seekers at KoU
lnie aottiHl, iti tlio revenue marine ottlcer
vh dlktiiigulclieil himwlf i the winter
of 1807-08. Over 1.W3 miles of mow
am! ice in tl dead of winter he intalied
an exieditlon for Uw relief of U ice
imrrlfionetl whalers at Point Harrow.
He arrived Uiere wiU jmriy 6tJ ret-
deer a(tx for moU of aliot iimi
gfibaWe liarWliiw. It waa the only
Arctic reJW exiUIUon eer at4Mirtil
ia midwinter. For life ImmoIwb t that
oceaitkMt Uie lrejiut wcowmeiideil
that Coogf gie ! vof OmuU
and award him a goW neUI.
A Gigantic Combination Foimed for Their
NnwYoak, Aug. 20. Tho American
Automobile Company has been organ
iz d in this city to control the manu
foc ure and operation of all tho autonio
b'los and motors in which koroseno o.
feasoli'io is used, not only in tills coun
try, but in Franco, Germany and other
counlnoi in contlnont il Europe. Tho
now corporation is to bo ilnanced by tho
Colonial Trust Company. Back of the
combination are said to bo William C.
Whitney, P. A. I). Widonor and Thomas
Dolan, of Philadelphia; United States
Senator S. II. Elkins, of West Virginia;
Joseph Loiter, of Chieago, and others.
Tho scheme was onglneoi'od by ox
Mayor Frank A. McGowan, of Trenton,
N. J., who has b 311 elected chairman of
the eseeutivo committee. Tho row com
bination takes in tlio Automobile com
pany of America, tho WJnton Motor Car
rip&o company, tho National Motor Car
riage company, and the Manhat'an Mo
tor Caniajo company. Between them,
those concerns control 05 fooi'n and do
mosiio pal mts for the use of ga olhio,
l.oroH:'io and a'l oils applied to automo
biles and motors. The now company is
to bo cnp'Ullxed at 10, , ),P 0, of v'.iich
f i 500.0CJ will bo preferred stock.
TheiiHsots,u::cluslvoof thopa'onts and
tho goood will, will exceed 1,000,00),
and of this thoro is f 1175,000 cash in tlio
treasury. After complying with tho
terms of the options, there
will remain in the tieasury nftur bel
ling tho preferred stock, f 1,275.000 in
audi mid 1,000,000 in common stock.
Tho not ounilng capacity of the new
combination is estimated at$1.00,CM)u
year. It was slated last night tl it
thoro wero strong probabilities that tin
Cha let) J. Cauda company, of Carteret,
N. J.; the Iliiynos Apportion company,
of Kokouio, Ind., and the Popo Mann
faelniing oompany, of Harford, will al
so go into the trust.
Thopromot rs of the now company
claim that Lio average electio motor
woijhs tluuo tons. Of this thoro are
IX JJ jHHinds of plat w n tho motor call
able of earring tlio vehicle 76 or SO
miles. If It is desirod to travel a
."urther dU.unto without recharging, uu
additional 10C kiiiiiIh of iilatwi are
uecew.1 y for evorv eslra 20 wiles.
The jwwoline or keroMtno motor, it is
clalmeii, can 'w leciiii.ged ut any coun
try btore, while an electric vehicle can
only !k leeltfrswl in placed whoro there
are elect. ic ptonUi. It is also asserted
that a six, eijtlit or twelve norae-iMiwer
motor supplied by Kerosene or jfHmline
weighs no. exceetl 10 J ouiiils, allowing
SO miiiiiU for ftiul.
Squiro Farrur says this Is good weather
for imtutocs, anyhow. Ho sowed a lot
of turnip soul Inst night and i' tho worst
comes lio can live on tutnipi nnd wntjr,
n la Colonel Sellers.
To Cleanse the System.
EITcctuully yet gently, when costive
or blllou?, to pcrnmnontly overcome
habitual constipation, to awaken tbo
kidneys and liver to a healthy ac
tivity, without irritating or weaken
Ing them, to dispel headaches, colds,
or fevers, um Syrup of Figs, mude by
the California Fig Syrup Co.
Whether you are alxmt to harvest
your wheat or aro making your plans to
gather your hops, You will need a good
supply of provisions ami groceries us
kept for Rilo by Branson & Httgan.
Silo. o. d
"Our baby wis sick for a month
with seyere cough and catarrhal fever.
She kept gutting worso until wo used
One Minute Cough Curo It relieved
and cured her in a few days " It L.
Nance, Prln. High School, HlulTdtilo,
Texas. Stones Drug Stores.
If you want fresh homo made candy.
ice cream, ice cold summer drinks, or a
good cigar call at the "Hweot Home"
No. 22Ujtf Commercial street. 7 20 tf
O . J5S 1 O XS. X A. .
iWith t Ito KM Y" 1I Afvrays BoagRt
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure euros dyspep
sia. "Thu public cun rely upon II us
a muster remedy fur all disorders aris
ing from Im pnrfectdigestluu." James
M, Thomas, M. I)., In American Jour
nal of Health, N. Y. Stones Drug
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Children.
the Kind You Have Always Bought
Rluuft tad U.utiriM U h4tt.
rtuaHM laiiuiael reth.
r Yt to llMtor any
Hiir to 1U Youtbrul Oolar.
Cant Kip diMtMt bitr iumt.
ijioo Reward, Hioo,
The readers of this paper will bo
plouxed Wi leurn that thoro Is ut loust
one dreaded dltouse that science has
boon able to cure In all IU htnges und
tlmtlsCitUtrrh. Hull's Outurrh Cure
Is the only positive cure now known
ut the medical fraternity. Calurrli
being a constitutional tlmoaw, ro
nuirrw ii constitutional troutmout.
iiutiM fv.tjirrh ('ure Is taken Inter-
nully, acting directly unn tho blood
and mucous surfucea or the t-ystoin,
thereby destroying tho foundation or
the disease, and giving the patient
strength by building up the consutu
tlon und asslhtlng nature In uulng Its
work. The proprlotora Imve so uiuoh
faith In lueuratlve ptiwers. that thoy
offer One llundrod Dollurs for any
ctae that It falls vo eure. bend for
list of Testlnnnials.
AjldrteS. F. J. CHMCKY.& l5o, To
C.L.I i.v nrinttfisis. laa.
Hallh FamllT PJlb are the boU
A. A. Cenniugham and wife of Salem
m xUing at Fort Klamath wiUi rete-
PL, ...u Vttnltlulll.
The Academy or the Sacred Heart
Piuler thodirttctiou of the Histurs f the
Holy NauiM of Jemu und Mary, will re
Miiuie studies on Sepleiuher 11th for
yoiiuir lady boarders and also fr dav
iKipils, including lioys ami girl. Pan-ntM
are euruestly reiueted to enter their
An ulMeuce of more than two weukx lur
ing the scholastic year, will interfere
with the conferring of certificates und
medals. The iiihuIc and art deartment
furnish all the essentials for udvunnl
study. ProMHHiUiH wnt free on uiiplica
tlon. 8-22 Im
The Intor-Btate University Systom
of Musical Instruction.
Mr. I-P. Webber and t hddren w r.
IMwrg to lVKtbmd this inoriiiiit;
Mm. Webber Wj Lew, h;1ii I'.r
i vacation with tbo J. W. Mm fawiU -'
I near lilW Mra. Webber is a rufc.
j Umal trained uurt
ml. l.rl CauiobttUof McMiuni!l-.
Mrs. N. J. Bell. Box GO, UaWewlty
PUce. Omaha, Neb., wrtwa. -Every
head sheuU be sfeampoeed frequeatiy
with this wholesome remedy. "
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digest the food and laida
".?. ' i- .tni7iheninir and recoo-
, , I ftMetlDB the exBau-UrJ digestive or
uribLad I SS It Ii the lateit- J.scovered digest-
nt and tone, no otner iiroi.M
K. II. HCOrr. D. it I'HUaiDKNT
A Nti)Bl lUtMtulht iBilltatlun whlsli
lahiuhnc U) uamUf lu (tMlur by hmnlr.
kBtllti i0i!l by iLxmmu. ttmunmut men
fVr Um UetH uf
uauru MaoijiTie nus.
lrtltnlw arwrtwi Irvta rritaUrly sMr-
rupUKaUa ut Im Mtm la Uull
la I Mtesioi
W(ti Uu k.
ami UmbIiM of
HtMdo ?f Pint Nt
(lua ut two i4i iin tut 4f al uwrors la
IiaIav via WfclL.
i w ii itl. iim.Hi U tinittde tbie , annroaoU It in ednoy.. It in-
HAi alter vWlU Im-d- M.. . .uot j wftot-, STSSZ
Mn. Hebwi D. Haffnrd, Xt4iiaJ i
tn.F oK dvimAAA wban tbc hair turr and OnsaBWer ( Use W.- T. t
a MMhy. "-fcf-5 SSiSSSatXJr?
ireaiso wnn oevon jw pUied a Umr I Ui Mu4't
Hair Grower. StHbraifafguts. m ther ru of ilMiry
w - .- -.
Notice to Uttdge Contfeiou,
Tlie HHtlerebiue'l ill recelvK. at hie
me in Albany. Or , Mahal bid HHtll
VrtHilwr Sit, imi, at Uw bMr of 1
o'clock p. m. Uk Um IwiMlHg ef tuw
cy lender j4era UNtler the OrH Perry
bridge. iHrer tbe ftantiuw riwr Hear
ItaiM awl ttAxi&wlhw tmr mk work
rau be hmw at U utHm ol tbe elexk of
MarieM eotiHty, abo ai wy u4I)c Ih Alb
any. The H"! eotirbi Marie aitd Uiim
eMMitbM nrT tbe rigbt to refect atty
and aU bida. Itojwk in tbe MM bbldeH
will be vxaated of (be snwiertfwl bWder
usi an-anl uf cmiUHet.
t-2l l-t Clerk if Ijoh County, Ur.
for Infants and Children.
Cnstorta Is n Imnuloss sttbstitttto for Castor Oil, Pnro
Korlr, Drops nnd Sootliinjj Syruns. It Is IMonsnnt. It
contaiiiH neither Oplutii, niorpltlno nor other Nnrcotlo
stib.stniicc. It destroys AVorms and allays PovorlshncHS.
It omes Diarrluua and "Wind Colto. It roHoves Tooth
iiiK' 'Pt'otihles and euros Constipation. It voirulatos tho
Stoinneh and UowoIh, kIvIhit healthy and natural Hlcon,
Tho Children's Xanacea Tho DIothcr'H lrlond.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Boars tlio Siguaturo of
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THCONTAUW COMWY, ?T 'f,T HTW
pnr nTwrT. w
Like a Gleam of Sunshine
E perfect witisfiicllon cmnnatc from
every shirt front, collar and cuff,
thnt Ih laundered hure. Our tine
laundry work Im beyond comHti
tlon by nnyonn in Salem, and we
cannot help hut feci proud of It.
You will, too. when you ceo the jwr
feet color and ilulch that wo lay on
them when you bring them here.
Salem Steam Laundry,
5ao Liberty Street
pj I I I i 1l nw
Best and largest Hnc of
Bicycles in the Gity,
Car load shipments
Direct from Factory
THEY ALL WANTED IT!!
You re ttiry thoucht the bicycle In the
Window, wmtlic only one we find. Tlirte
were vlenty tnor imlde howercr, ami nr
sold 'cm oue end.. "We can fit vou out olto
R, M, WADE L CO.
Water Prolongs Your Life.
If your hniiHo ih uot mipplied with a Hath It ought to Imi.
I will makn tho giilvauizcd Iron Tank, put In tho Tub, tho
bout of Plumbing, niul do all kinds of tin work. Call and
link fur oMtlmatoH.
T. S. BURROUGHS
IM STATKtSTHKKT : 1'IIONK 16)1
HANHOOD RESTOHED SriV-RiWSSBSH
i.hiw, Kwt,tnn ." iiiwu. mnir.i .wiini ...m.
Sttinoiy, HomUiIw ,VVVjflliiM.It Manhood. Mlijlilly linilv
loin, Nervoi,iHM, lumin wwr in tiiratlvr UrKiint, cnuuil
ny youiniui error. vxmt u oi Miiuuianit which Iran m
IiiCrmttyor linoulty. Cmi Ixeurrlol In vett pocket, f .i jxr
by youthful error. cxtlve u of Miiuuianit which trail lu
box. 6 for J j. by iiitll tcjalil. Circular free. AllilruKirUin TakeJ
no other. MaoufticlurcUbythe foau MEllclucCo.,l'aitM'rancc. v
Iiuc-Unvls UrutcCotdlatribuUax agents.
Thud ai Vamiiiu. 8m., foartaKn, OasooH.
FOR SALI2 BY D. .J. FltY, SALISM, OK 120 ON .11
STHE OLD POSTOFFICE STABLES.1
sssssMtWsl f MtS
Wf .Olir-HltltVHT., HAI.KM.OH,
JfJ. FIDLER, proprietor.
HorsoH Hoarded by tho
Day, Week or Month.
btundlng Teams, 1frV
Single llorku 10c
Special rates g'von to Commercial men.
Pnrra mad to ail poluta at all hour.' .lira ut a all amr.iet,atb.ft), I'Iiiih 111.
NOT GROCERS TO THE PRESIDENT,
But Orocers to the Poople,
We keep in Stock a full Variety
ofJProvisions, Groceries and Pruit.
Anything and everything you need.
At prices to compete, call and compare.
HARRITT & LAiDRBNCB
OI.U VOVrCVVlOK QIUKIHUY.
Mf flnI CoIlPtfG the &BIUtCTuw. nJf&y
skmt -10 mmatiom Portluitd.) vauitm. ami Tiiowiwiii CovHmt Pnfjwratry
lAtmtkTy.Sdwtifo, OltMktl, XorMi1, (Annnnreil. Bi-wut Oovkhhh In .Mat he
Associate Teacher Western Coruetts
lory, Kansas City, Mo., representing
the Inter-Hale System, si Salem, Ore.
Orcr First National Manlr. Residence
376 Church street, fctudlo houts 9 to
New UxJny ndvortuomenta toi.r lines
or less In thbi column 'naettcd tnroo
times for 25 oU, SO Ota a wook, Ql
per month All over lour lines nt
WANTUD Young man wants work.
Accustomed to hotoU and restaurants.
Address W. h. T., cate Jooiinai..
1IKI.P WANTKD-ltcllahlo men and
women wanted to oppolnt agents;
palaiy fu60 to 1,200 a year and nil ex
penses guai-pntecd nnd jmid weekly.
Bund stamp for patUculars Thu Poll
Company. Dopt. 0-85 ;Phlladclphla,
MKN AND WOMEN, ood nddrcss, to
travel nnd apiHiint netnitfl; salary J7B
mouth, expenses ; rapid advancement.
Unusually brilliant opiiortunlty. Ad
dress with reference, Puller & Alnef,
New Haven, Conn. ,8-9 1018
itOOMS. nirnlshwl or unfurnlglieM,
single or in suites, dlnlni room nil4
elulng: home-like, mvoihI llonr Cottlo
block. Mattlo llutchlns, Prop. 8-lM-tf
LOST. On road alwut soen miles east
of penitentiary, a lady's uray furcnio.
Finder please leavo at this olllco nnd
POUND A Im of tools, owner may
havu tthem by applying nt corner of
Seventeenth and Ohemokettt. nnd pay
for this insertion. O. II. Kilors.
rOH BATiK. On tho const 103 ncros
mostly bcavenlain', partly Imprnvod
suitable for growing onlonc, potntoes,
hny, etc. Utrgo outrange; handy to
shipping point cheap freights. Marlon
Itublo, Waldport, Ore. 8 22 -Ivr
1-OU 8ALK.-Ilorso, harness and huggy
Horse I) years old, good driver single
or double. $15 cush or will trade for
baled hay, wood, outs or iiotatoes.
Call umbrella store M Hlato street. J.
L. Kapllnger, 8 24 t
rOHHALK.-C2 ncer farm. SltUate,U
)(, mllo east of Bheridnn. Or., pu
county road j gootl 4 room house,
woodshed, well of wntor, new barn,
henhouse, large family orchard,
(hearing) good spring water In putiuro
of 15 acres, halaucu lu crop, prfco fl,
8C0. 1 1,01)0 cusli, balauco time, a bar
gain if taken lu .'10 ilays, for mora In
formation call or write to owner on
place. I.. II, Murray, Hkurtdun, Or
egou. 8 17 lint
WA NTH I). lluyers for now mountain
hacks, platform wagons, buggies,
eimteru or homo made. Also several
second hand wagons, strong, useful
and cheap. Call and see them ut tho
Balem carrlagu factory, 3tW Commer
cial street. Werner Pennell. 8-11 tf
WANTKI). Men to cut. or split or haul
wood. Wo will pay 60 cents for split
tlnj;. Cb1i uvery week If wanted,
Hiilem Fuel Co., room 13, over Iiush
bank. 8-8 tf
WANTKn.-WhwU, oatH und barley,
bugs furnished, tint our prices be
foro you sell. Olllco 011 Court street
rear of Dalrymplo's store; wnrehousu
Ijibor Kxolmngo building. Tlllsou,
llartletttlraluCo. 8-7 tf
IlTu YOLK PATlF-1 r7our Ulcyclo
needs rapulrs bring IL In, wo have
tho skill nnd stock to kcop It In llrsb
cIiish condition. Wo carry u full
line of sundries und make a special
ity or enameling comu and SCO us.
wo satisfy our putroim. Gurdiiur &,
White, 288 Liberty sticct, llolmuti's
blank, next door to stcain luundiy.
Phono 28QQ. l-20-t
II'IUHK OLKANUUS Heinoinbor
that tho best mid oheapeft carpet
paper Is tho heavy full paper told
atTllK.IOUHNAI. ollicc. 20-tf
A Sliowcr of Comfoit
in warm weather you can take any Mum
you ffol tlltpowod when your b.itlirooin
Is llttifl up in iiindiru style, with a good
shower uparutiis, itonoluiit lined tub
and good chiMit. Do away with your
autliuutetl old tub und wash bowl, and
let us put yiiu in improved sanitary
plumbing worthy of tho times.
314 COMMKKl,IAL HTKEST.
Telcpluxie No. 2371
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BimI fur i-Atuloirua. AddriMi.
lUU l'KWnKf lut)NT ANUKI. WULtMC, Ml. Allggl, Wfl.
FirotIas3 Feed and jBoarding
Wm ULLREY, Prop.
Dcst Rtgt for Commercial Men
SuIIm Ih auueWoak Hotel. WllUuwlla.
iWrHafo tea ma and comfortable rlgi
furladloHHiiti family drlyinir H&
ftity. HorrtW bondetr by day, week
or month ami host of katufaotlon
KUttianteed. .1-1 1