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THE OSE CEST WILT.
Tint. Iwswki U tbe firt regular A-
octrf Prew dally oewrppr to adopt
mall rat of one cent per day aod ar
ea km. It b now far a Hoed by mall at
iS'cU pr moot!) to any addrew. One
dollar pays for a dsily nearipaper for
121 to 122 daya, iwaed every day bat
Bundays,
3o ooe need be alarmed that this en
t?rcrie will not prore soceraafal.
Altnoogb Oregon l not yetatbiekly
Ktikd state tle Owjs Cest Daily
more than raralu war. TkbJodb-
jlax. baa alwaya paid iu way. It b
Bald its bill avenr wee ainoe it wt-
started under It pre at managemeoi.
It baa never sank auy capital, eitber of
Ita managers or of tbe gtuclborderr. It
baa never robbed tbe elate of job or
clerkships or tbe county or city by no-
jost bills. It baa been no one's or
gaa.
We believe tbe people posset tbe in
telligence and enterprise to appreciate
aO-fECrcrr Daily. As fast as the
learn of tbia arrangement which tbe
can bare tbe whole world's aflalrs laid
before tbem every day wilbin a few
boars after happening, tbey are taking
advantage of it. New names are com
lag In from every aide. People are di-
couUnolng their weeklies to take tbe
Ojob Cest Daily. Life is too short to
take news a week old once a week if the
malls can reach you oftener. To refute
tbe Oxe Cest Daily and take a week
ly is like getting along with a tallow
candle wben yon can bare an electric
arc light pat In yoar boose for one cent
a day.
There is no re&xon why tbe One
Cest Daily should not find Its way
latoererr home of newspaper readers
In Oregon. Tbe formation of tbe read
log habit la of vital importance to tbe
prosperity and good government of
our state. The high-priced daily that
appeals only to a select few in each
community is not in touch with tbe
raftasea. The opportunity of tbe poor
nun's family comes wben all are im
bued with tbe life of tbe great world
without They are lifted out of tbe
narrow provincial spirit tbat keeps
them down. Tbey shake ofl tbe limi
tations which Ignorance puts on tbe In
dividual.
Tbe formation of (be reading habit
Ls tbe mission oi tbe One Cest Daily.
Regular readers of tbe daily newspa
pers may not realize tbe Importance of
this. Tbey are readers. They believe
this ls tbe age of tbe newspaper. Tbat
Is true of themselves. Bat as with
Christianity, so with Intelligence, the
few possess it, the many are without
tbe light TheO.se Cent Daily la a
light bringer. It is a dlnpeller of dark
ness In tbe human mlud. It Is tbe
electric light of intelligence that brings
tbe world of fact, news and Informa
tion to tbe attention of rich aod poor,
for tbem to reflect upon and act wben
necessary.
SILVER NOT bURBEPTITJuUSLY DEVON'.
ETIZED.
Senator John Sherman Is very Indlg
saut at tbe continued charge tbat Is
made tbat be bad a band in secretly
destroying tbo legal tender quality of
silver in 1873. Recently James P. Piatt
of Denver stated In eflVct tbatSher
Ban, while acting as a member of tbe
conference committee on tbat bill, did
la conjunction with other members of
tbe committee, surreptitiously insert a
elaoselnone section of the bill repeal
ing free coinage and smuggled it
through both bouses and tbat no mem
bcr of the bouse or even President
Grant wben be signed tbo bill, bad the
faintest suspicion tbat such a clause
was contained in tbe bill. PJatt furth
er Intimated that advantage bad been
taken of this section of the clause by
members of tbo conference committee
1131, UHHiiIi JVUIMWi
for speculative purposes.
Mr. Sherman, In commenting further
on the Piatt charges said: "lie is
simply revamping some old charges
that wore exploded long ago. Bo em
inent a Democrat as Abraham 8. Hew.
ltt of New York, when a member of tbe
house, Investigated the charge when
tbey were tint given curreuoy and
M4e a strong report to tbo bouse to
tbe effect tbat there was not a word of
Htrttta lu tbe charges."
Ex'Stsaator Henderson of Missouri In
Mi ktter 'to Secretary Carlisle the other
day said: "To show beyoud all cavil
that the act of 1873 demouetiilug the
liver dollar as a tender for debt was
advisedly aud considerately panted we
nwed only examtae the coutetuporeu-
I fefMttloJt on ttia same aud kin-
I question. The provisions of (bo
at of 1878 Itself are too plain to have
beea misunderstood, nud to have uiauel
cert:
tbeut dIHereut would have been a
marked departure from tbe polloy of
fit Govwattwut aa Uxed by the coluago
i-
JjW ftf rferary M, 18, whfchl
!tMVMl(bnitotltrAnUtliint9'
dy oilier crAem o1 HtnlUii tbir,
iVspi) tender bar&f to pyc&nta f
SCWf.STtU C94XOT.
j A gtod many tseo who have been j
i holding IVfnbttcan offices and getting?
Ipabfksu paptrben tbey coald and
jrettiflg Democratic rapport between)
times are now working" tbe People's 1
party for all It Is worth or rather for'
aM it will be worth to them. !
Oregon bad 99 failures asooantlng to '
77r00, for first six months of 1SSS,
against S7 lailanw amounting to ?3&S,-h
mtorHnlrx months oflfiSa. Tb
whole of tbe United State bad &m
failure amoaotlDglo allfo?lC3,V2039
azalnst 5503 failures amounting to f2,-
273.CS0 for tsuse six montas of last year.
Tbat Is not a nattering commentary on
tbe coon try going Democratic last No
vember. Letter Prom Cyins W. Held, Jr.
8 East&Jth Stbeet. i
Yobk, May 8th, 1SS3.
Several times tbls Winter I have
satTered from tx-vere colds oo my longe.
Ecd time I bare applied AllcockV
Porous Platters, and In every instanor
I have been quickly relieved by .apply
ing one across my cbeet and one on my
back-. My friends, through my advice,
nave tried tbe experiment and bJk
foasd it moet eocccsful. I feel tbat I
can recommend tbem most bigbly t
any one who may see lit to try them.
Cybcs W. Field, Jr.
KOETH HOWELL PBATP.TB.
Mrs. J. H. Baugbman is staying oat
on tbe farm again.
B. Wiesoer has moved bis old boofe
and commenced tbe work of e recti dk
a new one in tbe same place.
Mina Vinton baa been visiting at
Salem since tbe Fourth.
Mrs. Ruth Lerwill, of Brownsville,
wac visiting bere among relatives last
week.
Tbe strawberry and Ice cream festival
given at tbe M. . cbnrcb not long
since, was a financial &a well as a social
8 access,
Frank Bateson bad his borse and
cart stolen on the night of tbe Fourth,
while at a dance near Parkersvilie. As
yet nothing baa been beard of the
guilty party.
Some of our young men report a trip
to Wilboit Springs that was full of
romantic adventure. Although tbis re
sort is well known, and its location
easily found, these parties insist tbat
tbe .roads might be strewn with guide
boards, and tbe route made so plain
tbat "a wayfaring man though a fool
may not err therein."
Hay making is In full blast and con
siderable uueasinesa prevails among tbe
farmers, on account of tbe uncertainty
of tbe weather. More than tbe usual
amount of clover and cheat bay is be
ing cat, and a rain would damage tbe
aame very much at this time.
M. A. McCorkle has part of his bay
In the shock, and Is selling it in the
Held.
There it more catarrh la this section
of tbe country than all other disease
put together, ana until tbe last lew
rears was supposed to be Incurable
oragreat many years doctors pro
nounced It a local disease, and pre-
scriueu local remeuies, ana oycontunt
ly failiag to cure with locul treatment.
pronounced it incurable. Science has
proven catarrh to be a constitutional
disease, and therefore requires consti
tutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney
& Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is tbe only consti
tutional cure ou tbe market. It is
taken internally In doses from 10 drops
to a teaspoonful. It acts directly ou
tbe blood aud mucous surfaces of tbe
system. Tbey oiler one hundred dol
lars for any case it fails to care. Bend
for cirrulars nod teotlmoniabi. Ad
drew, F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
J-riold by druggists, 75c
DOWN 00 THE RATES!
Tbe Union Pacific now leads wIUi re
duced rates to eastern points, aud their
through car arrangements, magnific
ently equipped Pullman and Tourist
sleepers, free reclining chair car and
fast time, make It ( be best lime to trav
el. Two trains leave from Portland
dally at 8:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. The
rates are now within reach of all, aud
everybody should take advantage of
them to villi tbe world's fair and their
friends in tbe east. Bend for ratal and
schedules of trains, and do not purchase
tickets until after consulting Boko &
Barker, agents, Salem, Or.
W. H. HORLBURT,
Ass't Oen'l Rui, Agent, U, P.,
Portland, Or,
To loeure a beurty appetite aod In
creased digestion take blmmons Liver
Regulator.
VOUR HEALTH
UardeptcdapoatbawaTTOttnattbewun.
fort whlffi fLaturM ,iic A im Kr.nl4 .
J.S. S.takm at the proper tut but Insure rcoj
kealUilaca)uortwo. ThttcforttactatfeiosJefH
S IMPORTANT
oat nature be aubtedu the rishttl
Bewr I sili to iLrre the system of lo
uuitlcs, and Is an cxcslfcat tooic aba.1
He Wants to Add lib Nmm.
a
Permit nw to all my name to jour many othet
incateslacontinwJitton ortke aia cnrsh
prorrtieOBtaldtBtUut,a6citkti.h tl
It cvrulolr one of the best toalcs 1 ever used.
-John W.DAMiEL,Aadiioa.S.C.
TrutU on tixxl aod sUn disease mailed Ire.
SWlrTSPECmoCO, AtUwa,C.
JtVJiM.NO
ssaissfe "jtSiYV1 C?sT r
aTdf2(.4BdflBawSi? 1
Sir. tleran. JZUkt
Oi ZxhsUr,lLT.
Deaf for a Year
C&3M4 try
Catarrh In the Head
Catarrh being a Cu.v;inmoxAL dis
ease, requires a Coas;i:i:xtoxAL Rem
edy like Hood a Sarsapa rflla to csre it:
"Tire yean zro, at resslt of caitrriL.
I e2rerj Sort isr txxsisx aod -km eal lor
jacre V" a jar. L CM& nrfecs Itrjgx to
esre It. ad bid siTJisSES. tiramisjpnrrt
M13 irexreni- I craU aUtxiBai a
nmmmi. I -rn hrten&rpctSacnjjTrifcB
dCT the exre ot a rpeeiaiist. ltbea tcoe ooe
rsr&iXK& teat Hood' SarurariHa vtiiX k
t mq; pjoS. I besaa taiJcs It wiUsoat
Oe expectation of aaT bsttex bttp. To pr
orvei amA. gremX St I tviod wb I
kid takea Ciree txmtes that dt Iritjt
vuntmJs(. IkiptooHUIhivlUiffa
ihztnoytt- It tswnroTwarearacd lea,
hesr perfctlr well. I aa trxhitA trrt
Terr Htawtth the catarrh. I consider ttli
a murliaUe ae, zsAltcotssmd
Hood's Sarsaparilla
to an -vba bare atajrh-" SeskatHicxs,
30 Carter Street, Eociawtr. . Y.
HOOD'S PlIXS Ok tet ifUrCac
World's Fair, Chicago.
. CCazactArctiae&adXtSaeM.
fill. I m m tVrrFrrot;UlTvointTVit
MHWnUr I betel. yftaotcraiMi.
HOPS AOT) CBOPS.
Saleu, July 10.
AT AURORA.
I. V. Eblen, a hop grower at Aurora,
tbis county, was in Halem Friday. He
says tbe bop outlook is not yet very
promising. His theory is tbat the en
tire crop Is backward and will not be
much over half a crop. It takes tbe
same kind of weather to send hops
along as it does to make corn, and the
season has been cooler than usuaL Tbe
bops bare not made tbe growth of vine
and are far behind what tbey should be.
LAAE COUNTY.
Eugene Register: Reports from some
sections are to tbe effect tbat lice are
now beginning to make their appear
ance in tbe bop yards, though not in
large quantities, and it ls not feared
tbat they will do much damage. How
ever, spraying or anything else tbat
will destroy tbem should be resorted to
so tbat tbe destructive pests may be
kept back. Tbe bop crop is one of the
most Important ones in Lane county,
and it will pay to guard it well.
NEW YORK ITEMS.
Cherry Valley, M. Y.: Report from
tbe bop yards continue to represent the
crop as irregular with tbe prospect of
being light under the most favorable
circumstances.
Tberd la no doubt but tbat vermin are
here. Whether they have come to slay
is a point uot yet settled. As long ss
tbey are bere growers will not feel easy.
Apparently there is not yet much barm
done though some think tbat honey
dew Is showing itself in some yards.
Thos. Oj borne, of London, England
writes under date of June 20, '93, as
follews:
During the past week we have had
exceedingly hot weather both night
and day. Most of tbe lice are gone on
tbo bops tbat have been well sprayed;
where spraying was begun too late
there is still a lot of lice. Rain wanted
very badly. Tbe prospect is rather bet
ter than a week ago but at preseent I
do not think we shall grow as many
hops aa last year. Market quiet, prices
rather eatier.
Watervllle, N. Y. Timear Nothing
has occurred lately to hurt tbe pros
pects of a good cleau crop. The vines
are doing well under tbo Influence of
tbe pleasant, growing weather and all
In all hup growers have no reason to
com plain as yet.
WASHINGTON TTKHS.
The Puyallup Commerce, July 7,:
Senator Vandeveuter's 20-acre yard Is
nn In lh A.ul rwvo.lM ,...41. t 1
uun u Su um. fuiwiv V"UUUVU,BUU i
glvea promise oriu biggest yield.
At the Meeker yard on White ri ver
the twlnw oonuecllog the topaoflhe
polea are completely covered with the
vine, preaeutlnK a eea of green appear
anoe never before seen la Western
WaahJugtoa.
At last some of tbo bo pa taken to
London last fall by John . Van Ogle
are being beard from. Yeaterday Fre
mont Anr.ls and A. Hpoouer received
returns on tbelra, which will net them
19 o bere.
. Meeker 4a Ox tbla week bought
tbe Faucett bops. 46 bales, at 15c
Good hope and well put up.
TlAm a era ( I j Vv.es ea. lua.laHl. .a 1 A . .M
lalee, and ahlpped om.mllloU from
SjVltap. t ,
Tlie Pupallup CitlreoJuly 7th aays:
M.mtlVropUleof be Bean yard
oi -t'J acre u spraying every day.
The
UAW'i'AL JOUltJIAL. JJOXDAY, ,rUI,V iO, lotftf.
i i nyitfrtliiii ejngBwM imeeiwaiwiaavis.issi i j I m r Tnii in n
Ike arefnr
IT
ad vrry rattering. 1(1
fiairw liest Marehiag to flod them.
XftTeffiH talnki tbat most of the
kU&U MUM m torn lb.
p aed tmU chip venders bet on-
ltrH,bnttobe oo hand and pray
oa tbe Migfeest provocation, ilany of
ttttaraMfoabls vines are fully eight
fe$loa.
Tbr u so far so contracting to report
tbocgb a tew growers have become so
lovolved that tbeir crops of Mveral
years, bene will be manlpolated by
factors; IjaTiag claims against tbem,
Th small balance of the crop Is beng
held firmly. Tbe few warm sunshiny
days of tbe past week has given tbe
vine a splendid start. Weather Is
becoming rainy again and this morning
tbe'fog was dense.
Tbe Yakima bops are In mncb belter
condition than tbe Payallup Valley
vices, bat that tbe picking will be
about tbe same.
AT AUBCXN.
The Auburn Argus says: Hops on
light sandy soil, are growing and arm--Ing
oat nicely, while those, on the
beayy clay soil are making an Inferior
growth. There must be a great deal of
sunshine or there will be no hops. Of
this then can be no question. Here it
Is nearly the first of July, and scarcely
two weeks of sunshine daring the en
tire six months of tbe new year.
Tbe Ortlng Oracle eays: Situation
unchanged. Few lice are noticed in
tbe yards, bat no apprebensien is felt
Some spray ing has been done where
needed and the lice wJH not be allowed
any headway. Tbe outlook for a first-
class hop and a good yield is very fav-
oraoie.
IN CALIFORNIA.
Wheatland Poor Cerners: A run
through tbe hop yards root of town
uuus ine vines in noe condition. Soiue
sections are more forward than usual,
and all, except the newly planted, is in
fine condition. The new planting is
backward. Tbe work on tbe yards is
decreasing and the grower are at work
on tbeir houses. W. B. Roddan has In
tbe coarse of erection a cooling room
62xie0feet. It U thoroughly braced,
and is probably the strongest cooling
room in the state. A double 30-foot
kiln baa been bnilt adjoining and tbe
cooling room will take bops from the
four kiln floors. Mr. Wood is having
an excavation made in the hHUirie
jast eoath of his old Kiln, where be will
erect a doable fire-proof kiia. On D.
P. Darst's place carpenters are basy
building a 30-foot addition to the cool
ing room, while masons are patting up
another fire-proof kiln. When this
season's improvements on the hop
bouses are completed tbe bop country
surrounding Wheatland can boast of
tbe best equipped curing bouses on tbe
coast.
THE HOP FLY.
The Santa Rosa Democrat aays: 'It
Is learned from a bop-raiser near Per
kins', Sacramento county, tbat tbe
dreaded fly is thought to have put in
an appearance in some of tbe bop field
there. At least a small fly Is eatlug
tbe leaves full of holes and retarding
tbe growth of tbe hops. It is to be
hoped tbat it is not the bop fly, which
has not up till this time appeared bere."
To this the Puyallup Citizen replies:
"It certainly is not"
Eternal Vigilance
la tbe price of health. Bat with all
our precaution there are enemies al
ways lurking about our systems, only
wailing a favorable opportunity tr as
sert themeelves. Impurities in tbe
blood may be hidden for years or even
for generations and suddenly breufe
forth, undermining health and hasten
ing death For all diseases arising
from impure blood Hood's Sarsaparilla
is tbe unequalled and unappruached
remedy. It is King of tbem all, for it
conquers disease.
East and South
-VIA-
THE SHASTA ROUTE
of thr
Southern Pacific Company, -
CAurouriA jcxraxaa ruw-iw dailt bc-
TWKIX rotcTLJLMD ASD 8. T.
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Worth.
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Portland
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7300 n. m
Above trains lup only al following miuoii4
north of Itokebarx, Hast Portland Oftgon City,
Woodbum, Haltui, Albany Tangent, dhedda,
Ualaey. UarrUbart . JanctlonCtty, Irvine ana
Eaxene.
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PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
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Second Class Sleeping Cars'
Attached to all throoch traUu.
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At Albany and OonraUla connect
trains rOntna paHae HaUroAd.
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THKU3M TICM1T8
To aUpninUla the Eastwu MOea. nanada I
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ifLiiimiiti
TlwWlVMKMfi vm trttrryla aleng
to Mi 6ffl9 wfers tt met a frknd.
k'l'JZLJZftl V$Z Ml
kimg nMk &
1 1. timi uw: m wnat Lass acre xer,
Ecrerame"
"Are yon goiag aay place this tuts.
taer for vacatton?
i "lioUit my.'ilfe.aaddaagbter are.'' .
"Yon tafeat jno."Yoo iieed re-
Tbe mas signed.
"Yas, I sappOM 1 do," be said, "but
the wife and 'dani&trs m to need
saoaey more than I d rest, and u
tbey are is the majority I gaa tbeyll
have to haTe it and be harried o&
Detroit Free PreVs.
folatiu
Life.
A Modrra Catajtropbc.
The vetTan of forty-nine had jast fin
ished relating several exciting' stories of
coaching in the old days in the west and
looked around triumphantly.
"Yaas." approved a youth in white
flannels vrbo fat on the piazza near .trim
as the veteran caught bis eye.
"Mebbe yon know somethin about it?"
smilingly suggested the old man in a
patronizing way.
"Yaas," replied the youth, "I da
Lawst year I bad a very exciting expe
wience with a coach. Lawst yeah was
leap yeah, ye know, and there was a girl
at Newport who waited for an oppor
tunity to pwopose, and &be was so stwong
minded that we fellows nevah gave her
a chance, because we knew we'd have to
say yaas if she evah awsied us. WelL
they bad a coaching party one day, and I
was invited, bat at the lawst moment I
found I aw had to escort Miss Newton,
the strong minded damsel, and it so
affected me that I had a gunstwokB and
couldn't go. So they took Cholly Bndd
in my place, and Cholly came bock en
gaged. 1 cried for joy that night over
my narrow escape."
"Humph r interrupted the veteran,
"there's nothin m that"
"Yaas, there was," ccatmned the
youth. "That wide was one of the worst
I evah failed to take in my life. It was
a wegnlar coaching accident and nearly I
bwoke my heart Cholly mawied the!
girl in June, and in July she had an old
nncle die who left her a million and a
half. So, yon see, we have just as bad
accidents nowadays," he added trium
phantly, "as they evah had in forty
nine." Harper's Bazar.
From Different Standpoints.
The feeling of a good many men Trith
regard to public office is no doubt mncb
tbe same aa tbat which a certain distin
guished Frenchman had or professed o
have toward the academy that gronp
of 40 who are called "The Immortala."
He was asied one day why he did not
propose his candilacy for the academy.
"Ah," 6aid be, 'if L applied and wero
admitted, some one might asi, 'Why ii
he in it? and I ahould much rather beai
it asked, "Why isn't he in it? " Yonth'i
Companion.
An Excltlnff Time.
Small Boy Mammal Mammal There's
a mad dog in tbe Btreet, and everybody
is running into tbe houses.
Mamma (rushing to the window)
Where? Where?
Small Boy Look ontl Dodge down!
Get under the sofa! A policeman is go
ing to shoot! Harlem Life.
Not Particular.
Mr. X. wrote to a dramatic author
"Dear Feosd-Please send me a box
for the Gymnase theater, where one of
your plays is being performed, which, 1
am told, is charming.
"P. S. Or for any other theater, no
matter which." Masque de Fer.
Pellteneu In Chicago.
He Tbey are awfully pobte at the
World's fair.
She How is thatf
He Why, they call every woman who
goes to the fair,, no matter how homely
ahe is, a fair visitor. Uew York Herald.
Eepnomy.
"What do yon do with this baseball
mask, Harlow? You dont play ball, do
you?"
"JCv I padlock it on my boy Johnny
In the green apple season. It nvea lota
of trouble." Harper's Bazar.
In Deep.
"I understand Jigson holds quite, a re
sponsible position and that he is finan
cially interested in the concern he is
with."
"Yea; they owe him six months" sal
y." Westfield Union. .
Shot Off.
He I Iemw tbatjTu love me, dearest!
Bbe Then I can ne?er marry you,1"
ae ny now
She Because I have sworn never to
marry a man who knows more than 1
do.Truth.
A Real ll.ro.
, Bcribhler Have you read my bsw
BOTI1 "A Rtnww WIl..t TT5S
, w.. M.UlUUHHiCJW
tper yea.
I think it'a telennWV
SiJ'r!"-
f . '";" " wurimm.
J1"'- --1 . "
ALL OVER
It b shsply pare suQc of the best exility frctn vbkh a Urge percentage of &
has beta evaporated.
T v
t - v
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE koTVtp.
Do ya xmr &ea? Vita text U nJ Irj a pair.,
est In trio world".
5J0
2.M
2.lt
il.79-
roR BOYS
41.75
m
iryMvtstafs DHESS SHOP, ait !afi falsi
rtjla. da't ftj S U S3, try bj $3, $3.50, UMtt
$5 Shoe. Tbey tl tsil la cniaa cxU isA leek tad
veiratvca. I fjsi visits Rccctr!a jot fxirr,
d u fy psrc&ailzg W. L Deaglu Sbs. Kiae aad
frfc lUzrpei ci tba bettss, lack fcr It iea yw bay
W.I. IXttJGL&S. Brockton, Xtu. Soli by
Kkacsse Bkus.
Skin Food.
Ladies wbo tn&er
from Cnlllnj Wlnis
and Ecorcbln; Han
ulllnna
Mrs. Harrison's
Lo'a Monte Crone
The Skin Food,
Thgbett remedy for
kcploc the lacs cool
sundrrw r m Irrita
tion, ma It sooibi tod
comfort the ikin and
Drevenu irecKlu or
RttaZ lantn n. it u not a
iT Deaaiinrr bat a acln
renorauve and pre-
erraUTS. I a little Vonln O imtlinibhnl
la the ffdn and thoron edIt viced off ii-ain
Jon terfcre applying povder. the complexion
ill be tofter, and the powder will remain
longer, aesiaea prevenunr the
"Unng the pores of tbe aKln Price 75 cents..!
mot sale or HIED LEOO, Drnsjlit, Pntton
utou. cuem( vrre.
ror as j-special or complicated btemUh of
hum or lorm, wrua
HRS, NETTIE HARRISON,
AMERICA'S BKAUTT DoCTpX.
r Gearr 8t, Baa Francisco, Cal
BapeTfioons Hair Permanently BemoTed.
THE PACIFIC
DETECTIVE AND COLLECTING BUREAU
&AJ.KM, ... Oregon
Prirate work a specialty.
a B. CI.EUKST, Manarer.
Steamer Hwooi.
XEAYES SAXEU
from D. P. Dee at 8 o'clock a. m. every Wed-
&Ulir anrt HjlnntaW '
LEAVES PORTIiAJfD
trom the Central dock at foot of Waahlagton
.u. vtcj oiuiuaj ana xnarsaay.
LEAVES RAT.BV
for Albany evc-y Monday and Tuesday, re-
Uneerntns freight and paasenrer boslneaa.
call on the acent, AX. 11KRBEK. '
Electric Lights
On Meter System.
TO CONSUMERS :
TneBalrm Light and Power Company at
creat expense have equipped their leetn
Llfht plant with the most modern apparatus
andaenowble to ofler tbe publtea betlr
tbjht than any sytem and at a rats lower
than any city on the caast.
ire aad IacaBdesceBt Ligkt-
ibs. Electric Motors lor ail
BHrpeses wfcere power Is re-
quired.
BesMennea can be vlred for as many HrhU
S'S'?? 'lx tne onmers pay tor only
byheo1TeOmUUlnrellU1
179 Commercial St.
CflflS. WOLZ,
Proprietor of the
GERMAN :-: MARKET
South Commercial St, Sales.
Ail kinds Preah. naltanrf txinVI U..I.
andSaosaaa. -
FIIKK DKUVEKT. -
J. H. HAAS,
THJE WA.T CAH B,
StSHCeaaercUISL, . tseas,0nna,
dpedalty of Spectacles, and repalrl- aMla.
WaMkesBJtdJewsiry.
.ao&
44.ha:
3.SiMa
42.25. Jyj
for .itTEH JKJC
(-I'.Kadfc
fcftwtltMftsaaillte
THE WORLD
They arc calling for it and our
shipments arc increasing daily to
other lands. The
till BORDEN EAGLE Bill
Condensed Milk is the first conden
scd milk ever offered to the public.
It is the leading brand. It has stood
the test for 30 years. It has im.
itations but no equal. Try to
remember that!
AH Grocers and Druggists sell it.
r 1 1
Rheumatism;
Lumbago, Sciatica,'
KWrwy Complaints,
Wlino DBCXj d
Ife"""' ELECTRIC IELI
TNTRJi Erectr&Wasnetlc SUSPENSORY.
J-irt rateaut Oft IafnTmnu t
"" - rHt eT nlmi riucii Li.
!S 55SHT attea. an f rax ecSS
"areaao xi mixm eiMcaci cr fco r. Tlo2
ateeclMrrnUMfuW.ul gn tS
cew3rwit.letaUealrrrycOerita; iliis
iDnrrjrirtd Uiml EUXTxtC STsrmoiT. e
rw aad(arnWdrSet.EuiJ.12eLbH
UHSru l enTBin .n
tfo. ITS Tin Street. PtJKTIAii OSS.
W1SC0S1N CENTRAL IM
(Xer&tra Piciic R. B. Ce Ltuss.)
UTEST JIME CARD.
Two Through Trains Dailj.
l45pm625pmlMlnn al -i3am tl5pa
lOpm :15pm 1 StPaala JsJDuml l-frm
LSOprr 7J5pm!l . Afhland. al STarcj SXpm
7.15amp?amjlChtcgoa S.TpmllO5ffl
TIckeu sold and baerae cheesed throctk
to an pom's in the United States and CansAi.
dote connection made in Chicago with ill
trains solnar East and btmth.
KorroU information apply to your neutd
ucub agent or w -V9. t. ruaw
lien. Pass, and Tkt. ATU Cblcsjo. IU
HOWARD,
The House Mover,
451 Marios Street.
Haa the heat SscUltloi tor mnTinr mil n
lag hottsea. lare orders at bray Bros, a
address Salem. Oregon.
Smith Premier Typewriter.
Sold on easy payment. . For Bet
W. I. STALEY, Agent, Salem.
H.N. BURPEE, Gen' lament, 101 Third Bt,
Portland. ReadlforeaUIocne.
The LINE That
LEADS:
ALL OTHERS
FOLLOW,
O THROUGH
DAILY TRAINS
LIAV1NG
portland?;34J;
DAYS to
CHICAGO
m.
m.
31
nniiro the Quickest, to Chicago ad
UWslO' ina Fntt.
ffflUR! Quicker to Omaha and Kan-
lr sas City.
Pullmin and Tourist Slwpefj, Free Recfia-
ing Chair Cars, D.n ng Cars.
For rates and central InfortnaUon eJl
QrSSlf.ttL
"W. H. HnRLEOnT.AUt, o ?
MAKK SO MORE MISTAKES
CHARLES X. 8UDE Rl'NS
Ik Rustler &ff I
Asd hr 4-rtnt barn np half yoar wooJ.
fttelwten he sawa t. Make yJrrjotf
ers- store oeaiborn'sbook tore,oum"
Jietjoraddiesame l-rmAilf v
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