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LEAVES FOll PORTLAND
Dally oxccpt Bundny at 7 a. m.
QUICK TIME AND CHEAP RATES.
Diwk bottreonlStnto nd Conrt Bts.
M. P. BALDWIN, ABont
ALL INTEnEflTKO IK OOOO MUSICAL WOtlK
MADK WELCOS1R AT TUB STUDIO. 0
Teacher of Piano and
Studio D'Arcy Dullitlnpr, Room 10,
Hours-Dtol'in. tn,.2 to&p.m,
Th6 Oregon ReglmeiH in the Philippines
Capt. II. L. Wella will soon start on a
tour through tho state giving illustrated
lectures on tho work of tho Oregon regi
ment in tho Philippines. Ills views aro
all fird-class, being carefully selected to
clearly illustrate evnry phase of tho
work done. Ttioy also givo a clear idea
of roads, trenches, rico llelds, rivers,
swamns and niiut huts, manners and
customs of the natives and general char
acteristics of tho country.
Capt. Wells was for 14 years a mem
ber of tho O. N. G.. which, with his rec
ord as Commander of Co. "L," Second
Oregon, United States Volunteers, gives
him a military record equalled by few
During tho var lie established a na
tional reputation as a special corres
pondent lor tho "New t3tk Evening
Post," "Chicago Chronicle" nml "St.
Louis Globe-Democrat.'' Those who
raw ins iair nnu impartial artlclos on
mi'ltary operations and general condi
tion of affairs in the islands, need no
furthor assuranco that his lectures will
bo a raro treat to all interested in tho
Philippines and the work of tho reiri-
meiu. uaies nnu uirttior announce-.
ment of tho Salem lecture will hoclvon
For additional Local Ner nee Fourth ragcP
Miss May Thompson is homo from
Miss Mlnnio Bruce is homo from her
Mrs. P. 8 Knight, who has lieen at
Seaside with her daughter, returned
homo last ovening.
J. Coyn, went to Portland this morn
this moruingon business.
Attorney B. B. Crawford. wnnl tn
Portland on business today.
Mrs. C. A. Walker, went to Portland
tins morning to visit her parents.
L. D. Pettyjohn went to Portland this
morning after hop pickers. Picking
will begin next Wednesday.
K. C. Armstrong wont to Newberg
Mrs. J. W. Crawford went to Mil
waukio today to visit with Mrs. A.
Miss Anna Zeller, who has been visit
ing Salem frionds, lias returned at Port
Misses Francos and Balm Mann wero
passengers to Portland this morning on
their way to Eastern Oregon pouts, one
to visit Pendleton and the other at La
State Librarian J. II. Putnam and
family are homo from their summer
outing in Lincoln Park.
Mrs. 1). I). Nolgato and daughter
Pearl, of Portland, are guests of Mrs. J.
Geo. M. Strong, of Portland, who has
been in up valley towns mi business, re
turned to Portland this morning after
having visited Salem friends several
C. M. Davidson came in on the over
land this morning from I,ob.inon, and
went to his homo at Newberg via
C. E. liters left this morning for jtoints
i.i Eastern Oregon, where ho will spend
Hveral weeks. There is no clerk in Sa
lem who deserves n rest any more than
Charley, and there is no doubt ho will
make tho best of his opportunity. Ho
will inuke a collection of the choice bits
of scenery on tho Columbia river with
Miss D. II. Potter wont to Lincoln
this morning to visit friends.
Mrs. L. E. Parks, who has boon vis
iting Salem friends, returned to her
homo in Portland this morning.
Mastor Win. Kantnor wont to Weston
t lay to join a threshing crew.
It. C. Colgan, of Marshiield, a mom
I) ir of tho Oregon volunteers, who was
wounded at Manila, wont to Portland
G. A. Rockwell, tho well known Su
lemito, has returned from Pennwawa,
Wash, and will take tho position of
bookkeeper for tho Salem Light A Trac
tion Co., to succeed A. A. Cunningham,
A, N, Bush and family returned last
ovening from a short visit down tho
J. D. Bonuott of La Grand, was a
passenger on last night's ovorlaud to
Hnrrisburg, whore ho formerly lived.
He spont some time visiting in Salem.
A. John Swonlnk, returned from
Portland last ovening, where ho hod
boon on business.
Mr. J. Bowles, went to Portland this
morning, after having visited friunds in
G. II. Peak, enmo up from Portland
on business today.
Miss Helen Mathews, left last oven
ing for Palo Alto, to rutuinu her studio
Mrs, Arnot of Silverton, is tho guest
of Mrs. J. C. Gardner on Church street.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos Sims are in Al
bany today attonding the funornl of
Mrs. Sims' nophow, Daniel Shaw.
J. G. Barr has returned from Portland
somewhat improved in health.
i a im mil I
Large Gothic Windows Shipped.
Tho large gothic w indowa for the Mon
mouth normal school building were
whipped last night. Tho Otto llanwn
mills did tho work, and they are a flnti
iilwo of window work as over turnwl out
Some Grain Threshed too Soon How to
It seems that tho warning given by
the Tits Journal, which was copied by
several of tho valloy papers without
credit, was not heeded by all tho farm
ers, and some of them have threshed
their grain too soon after the rain. Tho
Salem flouring mills liavo received sov
orol samples of wheat threshed boforo
It was sufficiently dried out, which had
to bo 'rejected as unfit for milling pur
poses. As tho best thing that can be
dono for such grain, the mill men ad
vise that it be sacked quite loosely, not
over bushels in a sack, and handled
over every day, reversing ends, and he
kopt in as dry a ploco as possible whoro
the air can circulate around. Thi.i will
save much that would otherwise be
To dure LnbrlrJpo In Two Days
Tko LfttntWe nromo Qainlne TubleU. Al!
iirmtRfcts roniml tho monuy ir It fiilln to cure.
K. W. OroTC's lgntute is on cch box.
Among tho prominent features to bo
introduced by the Walter L. Main Cir
cus at Salem Tuesday Sept. 5, may be
mentioned tho smallest elephant in tho
world; a detachment of lloosevclt's
Hough Riders who took an activo parti
in iiiu lamous cnurgo or ban .luan Hill;
tho celebrated Worntz Family six in
number; tho Great Livingston Family
pf society ucrobates; Lll Korslako and
his troops of preforming pigs: Martina
Lowando, Jr., tho Brazilian horseman j
Miss Rosa Dockrill, tho beautiful and
accoinnlished rider : Win. Pminr.1 nn.l
his horseback riding monkey; young
Herbert tho 10-year-old bov clown Coop
er, tho tallest man in the "werld: Major
Kinebeck, tlio smallest man: Wild Rose,
thowildgiirl; nnd 50 riders, aorialists,
clowns, reapers and tumblers. Undor
tho big menagerie tent will be seen tho
largest collection of rare wild animals in
the entire world.
Representative StOnc, of renn?ylvaiitai
wns in Albany Wednesday looking up
timber interests and is very much
pleased with tho Santiam country. Ho
is making a tour in tho interest of a lum
Uilurato Tour uuntli With CuioreU.
Cnndy Cathnrtle, euro constipation fororet.
lOo.SSc. It C. C. 0. tall, drusgUu return! money.
Hntv Are Tonr Kldner '
Dr Hobbs'SpiraBtitPllljcnrosll kidney llli.8m.
Clofrco, Add. Stcrllnu Ilcmedr Co, Chicago or N.Y.
University of Oregon.
First term begins Sept. 18, 1809.
Excellent courses In Ancient and
Modern Languages, Science?, Matho
unities etc. Gnduutcs from the tenth
grade nnd from nil accredited schools
admitted without examination.
Students not fully prepared to outer,
can take studies In which thoy nre
dotiolent, In tho Eugene City High
For catalogues nnd further Informa
tion, nddrcss the President or Hon. J.
J. Wulton, Sec. Eugene, Oregon.
8 1 7vv eod dly
"I bare koiio 14 daya at a tltno without n
movement or ihn Imwcli, not boutf tiutc ti
muTO tbtiDi eicopl bf Utinic liul Hater IiiJpciIoih
Cbroulo constipation fomoveri yout pined me h
tblslerrlblo condition) diirlnn Hint limn I old
otrthlngl licardof biitnoTcr fuiinJ nn) relief Mier
iraimr cio unlit 1 beitun iiIiik CAM.AIII.'TH, 1
norr liiTOfroruonoto three .nsiicna 0f and If I
w rlctt 1 would givo tlUluifor each trOTcmoiiti It
lituch a relief." avimiiiI. Hint.
183S Ilutkcil bt Itnlroll, .Mtcb
IAOI MASK ClOiaTtMOj'
I'lPAMnt. 1'nla'alili' Promt Tnto flood, Po
Juud, borer Nickou, eihvn, urbiipv. IDo, Wo, Wo.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
c.ill B.miI, (mi(i tkllc. Halr,', K, ttri. Ut
A State Affair.
Is to hi held nt the old stand in Salem,
commencing on September 15, and clos
ing on tho 22d, nnd as its promoters are
making great efforts to make tills the
year, w lien now vigor is put into tho
meeting, every citizen of tho state should
deem it a privilege and duty to assist
them by sending in exhibits, introduc
ing their best stock, trying tho sieed of
their horsos, and then enjoying tho fair
by taking the family down and attend
ing. In short, let us remember that tills
Is n state affair. Tho Dallas Daily
Tho Dost ProoorTptlon for Malaria
CIiIIUaiiiI FergriiA bottle of aitovKHTAsrt
lehh CiiiM. fo.-jtc. It U almply Iron hu.i
Quinine In a tiutoleex form. No onro, no nay.
I'rloeGOo. . M7iiA.wm
Look for Better,
If you think tho cooking whore von
have boor eating is not first-class, juit
WllITK IIOUSK HlWTAUItANT.
O J&. & TS? 0 3L-t JL' j. .
BofiM the ) II Kd Yw Urn Unit Bwjtil
The Kind Yn Item Altvajs
Pills N3 equal for
Night teems to be a bad time for
rounding up offenders against the law
in Salem. Two semi-intoxicated strain:-
urn ocoaped from officer Smith ut an
early hour yostoniay morning uy running
in opposite directions, after they had
attracted his unwelcome attention by
raising considerable disturbance on the
street!. He had placed them under ar
reet but they deelmed to stay there and
were boon swalUwed up the darknow.
Don't Tobacro u and Kmoke tonr IJfe Ani.
To quit tobaeeo easily ami foreter. be ma;
netlo. full of life, nerve and vigor, take No-Toll
ac. the wonder worker, that make weak men
strong, Alt drugcHU, Wo or II. Cure guaranteed-
Ilooklei and sample free. Aihlreac
Sterling iteuiody Co-, Chicago or New York.
Sear tie 1H Kwd Yw HlW Alfttyi ftwfl
Signature J , ,-!?- y
should trv Ilosletter's Sitojiach Bit
ters. Don't oxpect one bpoonful to
cure you, but give It a chance to get
at your overworked stomach, luzy liver
and impure blood. After a while you'll
Hurt vnur nerves siront; and your di
gestion perfect. Use It faithfully, bo
you man or woman, and It will surely
cure you. See that a Privatk Rkvk
Nt'f stamp covem the neck of the
llslr Grower snU Scalp Gmtuutr.
ra Um ulj prrIMo ib&t villrMtoxdb Uur
. iumuuuI'J - - I 'iso. AtalldnifiriiK.
Tbe People Will Be Proud.
The new board appointed t I vr rnor
Uft4r starts out with a clean nourd, and
it propoeee to keep uut of dvU and at
Ute same time make Oregon rooung
state fair a state fair m realitv uo
that tle jieopte will be proud ami a
Itttnet to tttoee vrUo aUend- The date
are front September 15 uSS, iiHaIu)e -HroHUXullv
Straw and canvas hate at near half
price at tho New York Ittteket, splendid
tor harvesting ami hop picking.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Ilennt) In lllnoit Depp.
Clean blood means a clean skin. No
beauty without it. Cascarets, Candy Cathar
tic clean our blood and keep it clean, b
stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im
purities from the body, licgin today to
banish pimples, boila, blotches, blackheads,
and that sickly bilious complexion by tnkinn
Cnscarctn, beauty for ten cents. All drug
elate, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 00c.
C. A. Heaver, living between Jackson
ville nnd Medford, is building a now
fruit drier nnd warehouse. It will have
a capacity of U000 pounds In 21 hours.
31 r. Heaver has nlioul 30 noros of young
i nut trees which win yield tins
nooni one ton to tne acre
Oregon jwsttnasters havo been np
txdntcd ns follows! Myron I', UUmnn,
Ooisor, vice EdwartI Geiser, resigned;
Miss Itosio G. l'oley, Istino, vice
George W. Gray, remeved: Miss Corn
lling, Nnnsen, vice I.ixxio M. Witt, re
signed : Marion U. Coon, Shetlds, vice
Cornollus J. Shedd, resigned: James
Emerv Stewart, Spicer, vice oall 11.
Kobbinett, resigned; Alfonso P. Kvick,
Victor, vice Mnggio Underbill, resigned ;
E. J. Gootliem. Wymer, vice M. A. Hob
To Curs Constipation rorovry.
Tako Cascarets Candy Cathartic. lOo orCSo.
IICQC, fall to cure, drucglsu rcfurd tnouor
A rich strike hits just been made by
the Calapooia-Uohomin Gold Mining
and Milling Co. It ia frco millingore.
To Curo n Cold In Uno Day
Take tjuatlvo llromo Quinine Tmt. All
drumtlta remtul tho immcylfit fniln to curo
u. . OroTo'a algnaturo la on each box.
for Bnfants nnd Children.
Tlio Itliul Yon lluvo Alvnyn lloulit lins liorno tho fligna
turo nf Clms. It. Fletcher, ami has been innuo under Ills
lKrcoiiiil supervision for ovtr 0 years. Allow no ono
to docolvo you in this. Cotiiitorfolt.s, Imitations and
'.Tust-as-roodM aro but Experiments, and endanger tho
health ol Children Expcrleneo against Hxporlmont.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
JJoors tuo Signaturo of
A Eugene paper Is talking the
needlo factory project.
To Cleanse the System.
Effectually yet gently, when costive
or bilious, to permanently overcome
habitual constipation, to awaken tho
kidneys and liver to a healthy ac
tivity, without Irritating or weaken
ing them, to dispel headaches, colds,
or fevers, uso Syrup of Figs, inudo by
the California Fig Syrup Co.
Former members of company I, Ore
gon volunteers, will givo a reception to
the people of Albany Saturday nlgnt.
Atari tb Tho Kind You m Atoars Bought
Tho school clerk of Ashland will re
celvo bids until September fj for tho
construction of it two-story school
For Men and Bovs,
Clothing of nil kinds, boots nnd shoes
off the star 5 star brand for men boys
and youths at the Now York Rocket all
at racket prices. S-IlO-lM lw
Portland f!itv fYiniipt! Imu miuurnl nn
III Hiiu uinu, i . .". "."" ."
7.7 ... . "V""" urumanco inaKing it n crime and un
of erj choice I lawful to givo exhibitions and countei
j attractions on Labor Day.
$ioo Reward, $ioo.
The rendors or this paper will be
pleased to lunrn that there Is at least
one dreaded disease that science lias
been ublo to cure In all ltd stages and
that is Catarrh. Hull's Catarrh Cure
Is tho only positive cure now known
to tho medical fraternity. Catarrh
being a constitutional disease, re
quires a constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taken Inter
nally, acting directly upon tho blood
utidiiiiueous surfaces of tlio system,
thereby destroying tho foundation of
the disease, and giving tho patient
strength by bulidicK up the constitu
tion and assisting nature In doing Its
work. The proprietors Imvo so much
fa'tli In Its curative powers, that they
olTorOno Hundred Dollars for au
case that It falls to cure. Scud fur
list of Tcbtlunnlnls,
Address, F. J. Oiiknky,& Co, To
Sold by Druggists. "Gc.
Hall's Family Pills are tho best.
Fred 1. .Stackpolo, of Portland, was
killed Thursday afternoon at Gray's
river. He wits an engineer and while
bringing a load of logs down a steep
grade his engine got away from
him and in the run jumped tfic track
and he was killed m the mush up.
Digests what you eat.
Naturo in strengthening and recon
structing tho exhausted digestive or
gans. It Is the latet jiscovered digest
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach It In eaiclency. It In
stantly relieves and iierraanently cures
DTupopsia, inaigcBiion, tieartuurn,
Aro Invited to place their insurance
with us. Wo issue policies on as liberal
terms as any agency in Salem, and offer
you insurance in several of the best
English, Germnn or Americnn compan
ies. Wo will furnish you hop tickets
in any stylo with your name printed
on tliem freo of charge. Call at olllco
and obtain terms.
G. M. llnm.Kit A Co.,
228 Commercial St., next tn Telephone
Captain It. V. P. Cartnright, of the
Regular t'avalary has lslneht 200
mounts of lino hones for tho Philippines
in tho Willamette valloy.
Tho Academy or tho Sacred Heart
Under thodlrcction of tho Sisters of tho
Holy Names of Jesus and .Mary, will re
sume studies on September 11th for
young lady boarders and also for day
pupils, including IwyH and girl. Parents
tiro earnestly requested to enter their
cliildronatthoopuningoftliu first HoiHon.
An absence of more than two weeks dur
ing tho scholastic year, will Intoiforo
with the conferring of certificates and
medals. Tho music and art departments
furnish all the essentials for advanced
study. Prospectus sent freo on applica
tion. 8-22 lin
Notice to Drldge Contractors.
Tho undersigned will receive, at his
olllco in Albany, Or., sealed bids until
Septemlier 8th, ISM), at tho hour of 1
o'clock p. m. for tho building of two
cylender piers under tho Green Ferry
bridge, over tho Santiam river near
Plans nnd siwiilcations for said work
can lo seen at tho olllco of tho clerk of
i Marion county, also at my olllco in Alb
The joint courts of Marion and Linn
counties resorvu tlio right to reject any
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, I " " wh. itoiiita m tho sum bidden
SIclcIIeadaclie.Gastralgln.Cramps.and ! will lw exacted of tho suecewful bidder
8-21-12-t Clerk of Linn County, Or.
all other results of Imperfect digestion.
Prepared oy t. C uawiu a mo., coicago.
iSTOKE'U DRUG STORE
WALTER L. MAIN
MAMMOTH MKNAtiKRIA AND HIPPODROME. XJ
' & -j oary. l -,...' r. -t -t " . j 1 1 , HKJ-.r r .
. K VHftJAO 7A K tUTK
bf& 3 L.t'iu i 1
tJ xj i ,, tknJJ,dn?
k j -. i r zar .
v. '.jf n.Ojs-wm.'V-hivv
iajj s ,' Jtmi 'A
or faEMiTiruL HMi&r
I JJO fioacteu TBAPP
z. t - iifrffl"'
uew tRAPwx '( I'AogzagTt'TgSTr rmy fuu.aminjiitmm
Hamilton Clark, of Chauncey, Oa.,
says he sutTured with piles twenty
years before trying DoWitfs Witch
Hazel Salve, two Ikixos of wliloh com
Sietely cured lilm. otonos Drujr
To-NienTnd To-Monow Night.
And each day ana night during llil. " "
jT0?" Grand Street Parade at 10 a, m,
Lunus. acknowledged to be the iwt
successful remedy ever sold Tor
Coughs. Croup, UronchllH, Asthma
and Consumption. Get a bottle to
day and keep It always In the house,
so you can check your cold at oiice
Prfce26cand 60c. Sample bottle free
lCogrio Natioiw; iwjeittty Horns Fulr; Chihlrwi's Mefiagurie.
liatariiiMMti H i(Ktvii a tuwgn nurt.
Native Cuban Rami ; Horwrfwck Riding Pony.
an liaml; llortttack Killing 1'nny,
(Ml Horses IVrformml by One Man.
UimU 1UI tj wUturia LWSVii
:na i l i jjtjk.
SteL. 'ilial ivmi
M 7 4B 1 H.Tfll
J-WS u faai
iuuiu Um, iUm tf lb
(to. hiUm u Uot-i, t
Mk r. iik It tin
til, pAtUot, HnWttUOM
WiORS OPKX AT 1 AND 7 P. M.
PKUKORMACBS AT 2 AND P. M.
X X ALL X TENTS X WATERPROOF X X
AT SALEM, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER, Z
Tm.VC um luk Iy A Mliv - yHr Drug ( '. y, J
In Use For Over 30 Years.
lLJ!T.eoMWT,TT)iT limn, mmii citt.
II r""l ,,SJW
TM? mii The Head of the
I III, . HI, ., I
Has many cares nnd responsibilities rest
lug on his shoulders, without burdening
them with n shirt that will provOn thorn
in his side, or n collar that will prove a
calling yoko when it is dono up by poor
laundry methods, llring your linen to
us nnd wo will make it n "thing of
lienuty and Joy forever" to tho wearer,
while it lasts.
Salem Steam Laundry,
COr.ONl'.LJ. OF.MHTKD. IMIOI'R.
Phone 411, 230 Liberty Street
Best and largcst'line of
Bicycles in the Gtty,
Car load shipments
Direct from Factory
THEY ALL WANTED IT! I
Yoture tlity tlionplit the Wcycle In tlio
Vrltulow, wm the only one we hnit. Thre
vrtte plruty uior limlile liotrever, ml w
oia 'em oue etch, pl'r ciy fit vou out alto
R, M, WADE a CO.
Water Prolongs Your Life;
If your house is tint supplied with a Path it ought to w,
I Mill mnku the Kiilvauhu-d iron Tank, put in tho Tub, tho
best of Plumblii(!,nud do all kinds of iluunrk. Call and
ask for estimates.
T. S. BURROUGHS
IM STATE.STUBKT :: PHONIC 1611
f-f-. rr. thl wuniUrllil
liii,lyguur luweil loiuivail iirvu.i ihm, millioi Wtk
Mumm-y, II-ftdnHw.V, Irr.iV.iu l.w ! IiiiIiumI, Illglilly !Inil
loni, Nrrt-owmeu, luuf (towrr in llenemtUe Orifmu, eiiiKnl
ly voulluul trrott, rxivuivt u of stimulant wlikli Iml to
Infirmity or IiimuUv. Cun lc carrll in vest iiocket. Ii.ui per
box, 6 for i. ly muft pitMU. CircuUr free. AlldruKilt-Tnktt
ManuuclurtU by tlie Vkx MetllclneCo.,ruriM'riicv.
TlIIKO AHP VAMIIIU. BH I'ORTLAMI). ONKOOH,
EOH SALE II Y 1). J. FRY, SALEM, OREGON.
OLD POSTOFFICE STABLES.
6H? (02 PKItHV BT BAI.KM, Oil,
Horses Hoarded by the
Day, Weak or Month.
Htatidlnu Toums, lfc
Single Horse 10c.
Special rates g'von to CommorclalSmen.
Hrlve. mlo Ut ll ixilnl At All )ioum, Hire ut a caII AiuP,bo(AtURol, I'hone 491.
Not Grocers to the President!
But Grocers to the People.
We keep in Stock a full Variety
oPProvisions, Groceries and Fruit.
Anything and everything you need.
At prices to compete, call and compare.
HARRITT" K l7KxniRJBHCB
OI.II POHTOWICU (MOOKJtY.
Ml ftng?I College
For myti and younu men. ConduuUsI by
.. .f t-i -. ..a a ii'
10 JMllHlIfltlllO fntUilTH. iiuuiuiuniy
Mini tiitnntltjAfUHiiiui 11 fiilltitf frilil
Halum, -10 iiiiltaTfmm Portland.) Comn.ktk and Tiionoutin Couiiskh! Preparatory
Library. HdHiitiflc, ClaMleul, Normal, Comuiiiruiul. Hi-mjiai. Couhsbh in Muthe
inaties, Surveying, Iiruwim,', Civil Hut vim, 1'nmeh, (iiiriimn, Hpunish, Italian
Bhiirthund,TyKiwritiii(, Tel(-ruphy, lusic. A BjH'elal clan Is provided for stu,
d Miits who on aeucHiiit of farm labor, wish U enter lut in fall and leave early in
spritiu. Actulemk' denrww and teachertf statu (wrtllliuUiH and state diplomas con.
furml. Kuud for iatloj,'iii. Addrtmi,
This PuiMimurr Mount Amocl (ili.kok, Mt. Aul, Ore,
We are showing the newest, largest, best and
most complete stock of Room and Picture
Moulding ever shown in Salem. Your
calling to see the stock will give pleasure to
F. W. Hollis & Company
First Door North of Postoffice.
AssocUte Teacher Western Conserve-
tory, Kansw City, Mo., repretentlnf
the Inter.jtAte System, al Salem, Ore.
Over Find Nfttlonal BnV. Ueaideace ,
376 Church street. Studio hours 9 to '
Now today naverUflsmonU tote line
or less iu UiU column tnaortod Uues
times for 35 obi, SO aba a wools, $1
par month. All over lour iluoa at
WANTED.-Toams to haul lumber
from saw mill to Bclo. Nena but good
outllts iuhxI npply. For further par
ticulars call or nddresa Hanson &
Lnndou, Balcm. 8 31 tf
WANTKD-iiny n Iwttlo of Chloro Nnp
thollum boforo going to tho hop ynrda
of Jtobort llaaoy. 811-t f
HOP BA8KKT8. Got your hop basket
nt tho Salem Fonco Works. Best in
town. SOStrtto street. 8-31-3t
THE EOI.EOTIO SCHOOL OF SHOUT
hand nnd Business opons Sept. 6. Of
ilco hours 2 to 1 p. m. For special cir
cular, address, Annio D. At wood,
WiUametto university building, Salem,
Oregon. 831 3tt
WANTED. 100 hopplckora to com
moneo Sept. !. families proforred.
Address, A. D. Pettyjohn & Sons, Sa
eom, Or. 8-20 Qt
WANTED A young man to leant the
Jewelry business, only thoso who coma
well recommended need apply. O.
H. Hinges, 21HI Coin. St. 8-2t)-tf d&w
FOUND. In tho city, n pared of dry
goods, the owner can havo Bamo by
describing property nnd inlying for
ml. 8-20 tf
WANTED Hoard nnd caro for two boj'fl
need 11 and 7 respectively, will pay
$10 per month for good home. Address
"Mothor." Salem. 8-20-0tt
KOOMK. Furnished or unfurnlshdd,
single or iu unites, dining room ad
joining, homo-liko, second lloor CotUn
block. Mattio Hutchlus, Prop, 8-25-tf
KOU SALE. On tho const 108 cr6rt
mostly beaverdnm; partly improved
suitable for growing onions, potatoes,
hay, etc. Large outrangu; handy "to
shipping liolut cheap frulghts. Marluit
Hublo, Wnldport, Oro. 8 2a4w
FOU8ALE.-62 ncer farm. Bltuatfld
ii mile east of tihurldatv Or., on
county road; good 4 room houou,
wtMxIshetl, well of water, now barn,
honhoUKu, largo family orchard,
(iK'nrlng) good Bpring water In nnstiire
of 15 acres, balance in crop, price fl,
800. $1,000 cash, balance time, n bar
gain It taken in 30 days, for moro in
formation cull or write to owner on
place. L, II. Murray, Hhurldan, Or
ogon, 8 17 lint
WANTED. liuyorH for now mountulu
hacks, platform wagons. buggleH.
eastern or homo made. Also nuvural
second hand wagons, strong, useful
and cheap, Call and see them ut tho
Salem carringo factory, nM Commer
cial street. Werner Feuuell, 8-11 tf
WANTED. Men to cut, or split or haul
cord wood. Will, pay CO cents for
splitting, and 7A cents or cord for
hauling. A muu with 11 good team
can haul six cords per day. Salem
Fuel Co., room 13, over Bush bunk.
WANTED. Wheat, oats and barloy.
bugs furnished. (Jut our prices bo
faro you soil, Olllco 011 Court street,
reur of Dalrymplo's storo j wurohouHo
Ijilwir Exchiiugu building. Tillsdn,
Hurtlett Grain Co. 8-7 tf
H1OYOL10 PATH-ir yuur tiloyclo
needs repairs bring It In, wo havo
tho skill and stock to keep It Iu first
clasH condition. Wo carry a full
lluonf HundrlcH nnd mukou special
ity of enameling coma and sco un.
wo sutlsfy our patrons. Gardner Su
Whlto, 288 Liberty stioot. Holman'a
block, next door to steam laundry.
Phono 2855. 1-20-L
IIOUHB GLEANERS Roinembar
mat 1110 oost una oiieuiHjSt curpot
pupor Is tho lionvy felt paper
Tfie Luxury of Hot and Cold
In your homo cannot ho ovcrostlniatisl.
when supplied through tho miHlIiiiit of
niulem military plumbing npplUtnctM,
Wo aro propitred to (It up vour homo
with all the latest Ideas in sanitary
plumbing, steam ami gits lilting, and nt
prices thut will euabfo the man of mod
erato means to enjoy it.
BARR k PETZEL
214 COMMERCIAL bTRKKT.
Telephone No, 3j;i
RED FRONT LIVERY
Firstlass Feed and Bearding
let ComiKUOJAI, 8TRKKT,
Wm ULLREY, Prop.
Best Rigt for Conunerclal Mkn
8UW in wuat.bluvk UuUI'.WIIUomIU.
' arHafetaniattna comfortable rigs
Inr ladluittriil fiiinltv ilrluln unt.
nltV. Hordttd hoanififl hv (lu wonlr
br month and best of sAtUfaotta
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