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PREMIUM BOOKS
TO
JOURNAL READERS-
Hooka cnit Ik een nt llila nfllrtt.
t z . &" -v-r - jt: . "r ."
Mr. Etmton Staple
11 1 Had a Running 8oro
(hi my ankto flro year, tlio doctors pro
nouncing It salt rheum. It continued to In
crease In the, until I commonccit taking
Hood's Barsaparllla, and mlng- Hood's Otlro
Hood's Cures
Ointment. In two years I was completely
cured and have had no trouble- withltslnce."
Hiur.os 8tAplf9, Hast Taunton, Mass.
Hood's Pills euro liver Ills, biliousness,
tick headache, and constipation. 2 Go.
MAKE NO MORE MI-rfAKKS
CIIAKLKS A. SMITH BUNS
The Rustler Wood Saw
Aid he doosn't burn op balf your wood, la
fuel, when he sawa It. JUke yoar contracts
Willi Mm peronally or lfaveorueraatVeatchs
cigar bio'o Dearborn's book iore,438 Summer
atrwt. or address me by null. B-14-tl
J. H. HAAS,
THE WATCHMAKEB,
2I5K Commercial St, ' - Sttem, Oregon,
(Next door to Klein's.)!
Bpeclvltyol (JpecUicles, and repairing Clock.
Wauihe- nd Ipwir
Electric Lights
On yfeter System.
TO CONSUMERS :
'IheHalm bight and Power Company' nt
srrejtt expotiPii bnvo equipped their tleelnr
Lieut plant with therm t modern atiparatui.
f.nd are now ble to or the publlo a belt' r
light than any syiem and at a rate lowei
than any city on the coast,
Arc ami Incandescent Xiglit
n. Electric Motors for'all
purposes where power is re
quired. Ke'lden-escan be wired for as many light
a ile-lrcfl and the consumers pay for onlj
wiiu'i lights h nre ued. This being reglsteret
by an t; ecirn Meter. Ofllce
179 Commercial St.
Smith Premier Tyoewnter,
Sold on caaypaytnenU. ', For IVent.
W. I. STALEY, Agent, Salem.
H.N.BUnPEB,aenMAjent, 101 Third Hi
1'ortlaad. Bend for.catalojjue.
The Yaquina Route.
ffl) 1 1
And Oregon Development company's steam
(hip Hue. 225 miles shorter, a) hours lew
tltethtin by any other route, First cla
through passenger and lrelght line fron
Portland and all jolnu $n the Wlllamett
valley to and from nan Francisco.
T1MB 80HKDULE, (Except Sunday.)
Lv Albany t 00 p m I Lv Oorvallis 1:40 p n
Ar Yaaulaaft:''0 pm U Yaqulna..o-41ia n
Lv Corvaliie. 10a5 am Ar Albany U:10a n
O. A O. trains connect at Albany and Cor
vallls.
The abova trains connect at Yaquina wltr
the Or pro a Development Co.'s line of steam
em between Yaquina and bau Francisco
N. II Passengers from Portland and al
VVTlamo'te valley point can make close con
section with the trains of the Yaquina ttouu
Kt Albany or Oorvallis and if destined tn Hat
Francisco should arrange to arrive at Yaqulm
the evening before date of sailing.
Pasieuger and Freight Itate always th
lowest For Information apply to Messr
I1ULMAN A Co.. Freight and Ticket Agent
300 and 30-i Front s'reet. Portland, Or or
O O UOUUE. Ac'tOen'IFt. A Pass. Agi.
Or Paclflo It. It Co . Oorvallis, Or.
P. II. H 8VKLL. Jr.. Oen'l Freight and
Pass.Agt Ore Development Co.,
801 Uooigomery at
THE WILLAMETTE,
SALEM, OBJUGOIf.
Rales, $20 to $5.00 per Day
The bent hotel between Portland aad 8ai
VrancUco. FlrsKlasa tn all It appointment
llf table are served with the
Choicest Fruits
Urown lu the Willamette Valley,
A. I. WAGNER. Prop.
Deutscher Advocat.
T0ST0FFICE BLOCK, - - SALEM, OR.
Admitted to practice In aU the eourta.
Bprclal attention given to German P.
Ingpaopla and bnJneM at, the oonnty .n4
?!at offlc. K. UOFKU, NoUry Public
ni tAj t SaUge " ,M wninyr. wad,
AfHlnrtflnierTtwnmrtWA lifaff. fit knrrw
Ami mn'l 1 Iwaglna wMt mudo n n
Mow, KttnH r. htmnAtT' "Vm." I Mid
"I lifrmv wliat i mftn gntntf fn say " slia said
Toii'm gMlnf lo k If I tnttpt
That day In ftine whi IM wftl W(f w(
And rmt efHfi me" ! hf! itfnjijl Mf
' lirad
dfl tliaertek Van are rolnrf towjr
Iifi I MmenllWr Ihol Irorr fl ililT
Koit Afr-frH tmi. lftrHllJrr ,Yk," I afd
"( Know what roti'rn golnnf toaf,"liMld
" Wm're imlnrf in mf Hint sltiee that time
Yoti lia raider IcndHl (o mil lo rhyrne,
And" liera her Slnnte fell, and her cliw k
grrw red
" A ml hare I noticed foitf tone was qneerT
hy, every xxt lias seen It here!
Now. aren't ynti, linnwllyf" "Yes." I (tald.
'I know What jon're gnliitf to say," I said,
"You're cnlna to say you're been much an
rioyed
I nut short of tact, you will tf devoid.
nd I'm ctttin-yand awkward, and calt me
Ted,
And I bear nhu.o Ilka a dear old lamb.
And you'll li.n e me nnyway. Just as I am.
Now.nrrn'tyou, honestly)" "Ye-c-s," she uald.
Cincinnati Enquirer.
Protr-nlonal .fnllblrds.
Tlio JTrench aro a prnctlcnl pcoplo.
For many years it has been tho cus
om for tho moro oxploslvo Parisian
editors to keep a "ghost" around the
Corner". Qon6rally tho "ghost" is sip
ping absinthe at tho nearest cafe.
But ho is tho titular editor. And
when the paper falls foul of tho au
thorities and tho editor has to .go to
jail it is tho ghost around tho cor
ner that goes. The" scheme is con
venient. Justice is satisfied, and tho
paper comes out as usual.
There is an established bureau in
tho Rue Druot with a register and a
tariff for the supply of "doubles"
for wealthy citizens who are averse
o hard labor. It does a very thriv
ing business and does not limit its
resources to catering solely for the
.-equirements of newspaper men.
Any gay young dude who falls foul
of the police can by a little judicious
squaring send round to tho bureau
"or a substitute, who for $1 a day,
payable in advance, will tako his
lace in prison and do tho allotted ,
time meted out for venal ouenses.
Tor higher grades of punishment the
tariff is a little more and usually
comprises an extra sum of $10 for a
new suit of clothes upon release from
jail. Paris Letter.
Tlio Stupid Ostrich.
While tho ostrich has absolutely
qo brain see Job for authority it
has vicious propensities that show
jome sort of wicked intelligence.
3omo Cape Town people had a fowl
fatting in a special coop near an os
trich kraal. The bird drooped and
grew thin. It was watched and seen
to peer through the slats of its coop,
curious to watch its neighbors, the
ostriches. Every time it put its head
out it received a kick from ite
neighbor and would soon have died
had it not been removed.
A meek looking malo ostrich stood
about with its consort looking bo de
jected that some visitors remarked
it must bd henpecked.
"Oh," Wughed their host, "he is
hen kicked," and they soon saw him
receive a staggering blow from his
gentle spouse which sent him with
drooping feathers into a corner.
Detroit Free Press.
False Dice.
The following passage explains the
various methods of cheatiug at dice
in the Elizabethan era so well thut I
transcribe it in full for the benefit of
commentators on old plays, etc., says
a correspondent of London Notes
and Queries. "What false dise use
they? as dise stopped up with quick
silver and heares, dise of vauntage,
flattes, gourdes to chop and chaunge
whan thoylyste, to lette thetrew
disfl fall under tho table, and so tako
up the false, and if they bo true dise, I
what snyfte will tney maKO to sec ye
one of them with slyding, with cog
ging, with foysting, with coytingo.
as they call ifAschairi's "Toxoph
ilus," 1545
The Husband's Lument.
After a conjugal scene tho wife
gave the husband a slap in tha face.
Instead of flying into a" passion the
husband very composedly took up
his hat, and before going away spoke
as follews:
"Madame, bix years ago, when 1
solicited your parents for your hand,
I little suspected tlio use you would
make of it." Petit Rouenuais.
Women travel abroad nowadays
with a mania for one article collec
tions. A fortunate individual comes
home laden with several dozen lamps
of every size- and shape, from the
thickest brass affairs picked up in
Holland to tho daintiest filigree silver
incense burners.
A Now York tenant who had a
grudge against his landlord began
the habit of paying his rent of 3Qa
month all in pennies, but tho land
lord complained to tlio courts, and
the courts have stopped tho practice.
Pranzini wrote at the last moment
to a priest, "Theoonsciottsnesaaof my
innocence inspires me with tho desire
to havo recourse to your functions in
order to console wyBelf ' fof what is
called the justice of mm."
It Is bad form for any person to
use toilet articles that aro not bis
own. The objectionable habit is
most trying to others and shows lam
entable ignorance on the part of tho
offender.
LOWS D. VAHDtrtVERE,
On of tat test kaown frailness nea la Gb!efi
npressatatirt of th gmt Bndstrtst Oo
HEADACHE, SLEEPLESSNESS, NERVOUS
FROSTBATrON.
JDr. KlUt Xtdteal Co., Stkhart, Ind,
Oentlement Itikanleamrnin Informing TSH
of tho very beneficial results which bara followed
the use of Da. Milcs- Rcstorativc Ntavim
in ipo case oi myseu anal
sublcct to a dl-tnesin tu
In tpe C4ta of mnelf and wife. For a year I was
subject to a distressing pain at the base of the
brain and tipper portion of the spinal cord. I
rtion or toe spinal corn, i
lost flesh and was greatly
C1 J R I" O troubled with aleeplestnesa.
VUnCiWYoo, Nervine wait nlghlr
recommended to me.
Mr case bad been o obsti
nate that I had no confidence In the -Blowy of
any medicine. Yet as a last resort I consented to
give it a trial. Much to my surprise. I experienced
marked boncflt; my sleeplessness disappeared:
my headache was removed ; my spirits and general
SrSTHbUSANDS
aaiNCDTwcNTT'Pounesj. ail tmib occuaaio
arrm lcarnco tsn will known fMvaicuNSi
Man raiLtD. My wito a taking tho Ncrvino with
iboDestofrosnlta. Loom j. Vandxbvkul
SOLD ON A POSITIVE OUARANTEC
TRY DR. MILES' PILLS, 50 DOSES 25 CT&
gold by D. J. Fry, druggist, S leui
Why the. Collegian Stopped.
Out in California in the early
days of 'tho war," said Judge Wallace
of San Francisco in an up town hotel,
"there was a good deal of restless
ness and a foyerish impatience on the
part of the people that something de
cisive should bo done. Everybody
chafed at what seemed like paralysis
on the part of the government, and
the phrase 'masterly inactivity' was
not to be heard. We wanted a bold,
aggressive policy, we people of the
elope, and wore fretting like a net
tled charger. Public meetings were
of frequent occurrence, and oratory
was at a premium.
"I shall never forgot one of these
assemblages, where tho speaker of
the day was a young fellow fresh
from an eastern college and sur
charged with Greek and Latin quo
tations. Ho hadnt gotvory far along
with his address when he lugged jr
an old Roman 6aw that freely trans
lated meant nothing is dono excep
by heroic effort.
' 'Nihil fit,' he began, and then rtf
peated tho words with great omphr.
sis, 'nihil fit,' but that was as fur n
he got, fof- at this point a burly fc
low who wasn't up in the clasbk
throw hia hat into tho air and yollec
'Bully for nihil." The crowd yeltet
Bully tor iiuiil,' and the cullei la
was too rattled to proceed." -Waal
iugton Post.
An Attraction I or Ills House.
"H1ml"said tho etr.inger, regan"
tugtho young man who called at th
hotel in answer to tho ndvorlit-eiuenl
"von nre an actor, vou en v." ,
"Yes," was the reply. "Tho crii '
ics, however"
"Oh, I don't care about .the eril
ics," returned tho portly gentlemar
whereat tho young man nodded ap
prbval. "What parts do you tako?"
"Juvenile."
"Eh? oh? children's?" gasped itht
interviewer.
"Why, no," said the applicant in a
surprised tone, "tho young" lover."
''Oh. ves. ves." assented tho other.,
smiling, "that's just it. Are you open
for an engagement I might sayBOV
eral engagements for tho summer?"
"I am," was tho hearty answer.
"At, say, $25 a week and all ex
penses?" "Well," returned the stage lover,
"T slinnlrt nav bo. Are are" the
tone implied mingled hope and doubt
"are you a managers
"I am." said tho elder, beamine.
"and I'll take you until the 1st of
October. All tnat youwui navew
do is to act your regular part, and
you may fill Boveral engagements. I
am a summer hotel manager." Har
per's Bazar. -
A Plea For Small Attention.
Jf men only knew how much their
wivM nnnreciato tho little attentions
that they consider too small to think
about, there wouia do moro oi uio
courtesies that marked tho antenup
tial period manifested in th every
day routino life that cornea after
marriage
A man, when ho has succeeded in
winning a woman, calmly lays asido
all those delightful little ways that,
if ho only knew it, did so much to
captivate her, and with tho air of a
man who haB run after a street car
he settles down and reads his paper
without having an idea that she is
eating her heart out because of the
absonco of those trifling attentions
that mean bo much to her
Listen, all ye men, to a wife who
knows how much woman's nature is
alike and how happy we all become
over little kindnesses that may not
in your eyes bo worth considering,
but which to us speak of a sentiment
that has not died out in marriage and
a polite regard for the wife that Ib oa
great as that .shown the fiancee.
Philadelphia Times,
f
From -inTw until further noticowo will aoll . our entire stock
oCgoodai
AT COST
, f
ConaiBting.,of mon and boy's clothing, hats, caps, underwear,
otc. Are toll imnrked down.
ALL NtW GOODS.
Wo have 'no old shelf-worn stock
inducement to
FOR CASH.
We must reduce our stock- of goods And such bargains were
never before offered. Come :u. rand .examine our large and
selected stock. We will please you in quality of goods and
price.
SHOW COMMENCES TOP
NO. 25V GOZ!$WnQIAVrSTREB$.!& i2
A
Wood taken in exchange for clothinp ffiVffi7 '??
VWYWWUWWWSrWWW
BALD
What Is the condition of yours? Js your hair dry,
hanhvfcrlttle? .Dei It apUtat the ftndq?- 1aa It a
sftwIeM'anttwMffte? iDos it, fall, out when combd or
brushed? Jsr;UjuHof dandruff? Does your scalp Itch?
Jarlt dry or In a. heated condition ? If these are some of
y (HW'symptowsbewamed la timeeryouwIH became fcaW.
s? afWflBA
Sko0kumRoot"Har Grower
Is whatyoa need. .It prodoettoa U not an aeetdsat. but the result of setestlfla
research. Ksowlatios ibttbe diseases of the hair and scalp ltd to th dlseov.
ery of bowiotttSeHir-rBtiekuaneonwIus aslther minerals Boeolls. It
U bos a IV. but a dsllapfWUr oooUog aad TstrethiBg Tonic by sMtaaUtlnir
tbjfvUlcJes, topt 7pMn9ilur.wrti4atrvfr,?i jrrjotwfcjr,eY0,
.. .sarj KeeaiwalB aIbaHfcyialitIrlUtlBBreUie,tiy
ths uaA nf MimUh f&hL Boob- It dMUor. BOrOMiliO SlUiCd. ithteh !& 1
5 wVaBli
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OREGON STATE -NORWAL; SCHOOL
Monmouth, Oregon.
The leading Normal Bohool of the Northwest. Btrong ProfeBalonal and
Vcademlo Couraeo. and well. organized Model School for Practical Training of
Teachers.
lormal, Advanced Normal,.BusJne$SnlyUIc nd ArtDepartmentg, Beautiful and healthful
location ''Light Expenxe No Sa,lponi
The Normal hnn enjoyed a steady growth during tlje past year, reaching an
nrollmeut of over 400, the largest In its blatory. New membpra.bavo been
idded to the faculty, new apparatus supplied, and tho course of study rqvlsed
nd strengthened. The graduaUsiare In demand to fill good positions.
THE DIPLOMA ENTITLES THE. HOLDER
to teach in Ray county In ttioButo without further examinations.
TERMS AND pXPENttES.
Tuition, Normal, $0.25 per term of ten weeks; 8ub-Nprma) 15 00 per terra of
en weefen; Uualneaa ffl 25 per term. Board at Normal dlulug hall $1,75 per
,eek. Itoame from 6tK3 per week (unfurnlalied), tofl.OOand fl.26 furnished.
Board oud lodging in private families $3.60 to flOO er week. Tuition, tx ard,
nritrinir and books leaa thuti 150 nor vear. Conaervatorv of mualo. Thon uli
couraea are ottered lu Vocal aad Instrumental Music. Tpltlon, f 10 per term of
twenty lesaous.
, X.Q0ATION.
Monmouth is easily accessible from all parte of the Style, twelve miles from
lw Htale Capital, sixty nillee bqu(1i of Portlaud. Catalogues cheerfplly sent on
ipp cat ou. Addreaa P. L. CAMPBELL. Pres., or
7-17dat.wlm H. BUEDD, Beo'y of Fopulty.
"' H
Te eJe l-KIor5e
..UOU-E PAINTWP,
PAPER HANQING,
Natural Wood Finishing1,
Oor, X)tb and Cheinekot Btreet.
Geo. Fondricbj
CASH MARKET
Best meat and free delivery.
-136 Mate Street
1
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and make .thja extraordinary
our patronB
AY. "ADMISSION FREE.
'TiffS?
.ixuM&m
!
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ROOT HAII? OROWEK CU.,
HEADS
ST Heath Vlnk Aveaae, Hew Yam, If. Y.
3
I'VHI IM" .I'J'.
Screen Doors
J. E. MURPHY.
-Brick . and Tile -
NORTH BALJtM.
AND JOBBING.
Xorlej- Si VViasUnley.
Bbou 314 nigh street.
J.L.ASHBY,
Take It!
BYBN1N0 JODRNAL,
Only 3 cent a day delivered at
your door.
Meat Market,
JOft.Cowtnarolal ttraet.
Good tnaaU. I'roinpt delivery.
VstH.McKiilep,
Sta-Wofld
Leave order at talent Juv
JOIN C. MARTIN,
Horseshoeing.
KLAOKttMITHLNO.
qtatafttxaet, - - Satan
I BOOK
COUPON
Cut out I Ilia Cfitiiiotl.fti.il
of illireretit lilittil t
cotiioiia uitli fit t'lila
(H)Vr font nf tiOfllnup.
'ins Jin INAL. Nduni.
a stconu nun inini choice, ir nut or
of both wo will scud third.
Ulyo catalogue number nnd tltl?.
ymi solfot from the cittnW lu f lilrt paiwr will bn aent ymi Freo, ptpnUl
While we expect to he able to (111 rill orders fur niiy honk, lliu atipply at
limes may ho exlintialcd, Jlecsmmo of this It will bv Infer for yoti lo ulv
yery piaiuiy. tuio oi.jjook, Number of Book.
First Choice.
rfecond Choice.
Third Choice .
My Name.
Address .....
You must send five couoons of different numbers and ft cents fa nickel
I
.or stamps.; iieguiar tiaiiy stiuecrtDere,
. ....... -
must OQt pe to arream for subscription.
Wll YOU TRIED DRUGS AND FAILED
Td FlKD A CURB FOR
RHEUMATISM, LUMBAGO, SCIATICA,
KIDNEY. LIVER and BLADDER
COMPLAINTS, DYSPEPSIA, LAME-BACK, .
iWfeA WiJJfe.
iiViHMmMft 4vmtiMjEMlM'Mki
mgLm SANDEN'S EtESTRIS BELT-M
BSsaSHBa3Bf
Oar 2BH nave
book "THBEK Qf.ABPESOB MKN, should be wad by avery'yoancr,
I ulilmini aant sealed! IreeT l)r. Sauitou'a Eleetrla.Ilelt I DO eiperlmeut
jBilddle.as:e(t and bid man
as w have restored thousands to robust hoauhjand visor, alter all other treatments filled: as can be
shown by bandred of cases throughout this andother States,wbo would aladly testify, andfroB man
Qtvsbosi we bare strong letter boarlng testimony to their recovery after uslcg our Belt
WE
GENERAL DI
hnn Fr
Dr. A. T. Ptadn. lr fc
T sjsava tmnhurl with loat '
almoak oompltta loss oi tMwer.
tit tlryd iMlloff, bo nea aohli
wooldiMiupirlO.
rwrwn Jbu t nao
ifa. hLUrthan 1L
11
ntmoic aunDoane 11
s
llah thla iaLamsat. alia harA other WTlti
mo. Truly oun U.A.lK)VVitN.I'JSundaSTurk$t.
RHEUMATISM ,lfnEni.8Ar,CrH.
Dr. A, T. SanJen, ttsar BUr-I sot one 1 nittr belts
two w.M aso lorjrRsamatum. irpta wuicn
forssTsral rsara. roe the ; in manthi
nssnaDiataw ra. xuurDftisnsantBooam
rxrf.et
trf et health In the two weeks
Ei'allkStesffia
tks I have ns
lean
raltr,
llujtl.
Wl
l Ilka a now man i ons
pnsior international
NERVOUS OEUTVOOPCO
Dr. A.T Psndsn, Dear blr t-l bare bj en ciloa rour
Eisetno osit tor asnsrsi nerroas uaointr. snu to
feel bsttsr than Ibsva far are rssn. Itii
lu vigor dallr, and am ttronir In errrprt..
IbavegalDtd
Vours irstalullr.
(JHAU. luetka.
THE DR. SANDUH
HAVE CURED THESE-WE CAN CURE YOUI
BILITV CUREB. ... . ' T LAME BACK AND RHEUMATISM.
irri-Uioreluii.lroMb.Tt n,.A.TU."r.'.V,uRr;SKi?:Kf,SSL.r.
neiico. Hal.. AiiCnflt If . laftLI tv.t j - a s m
vlsnr. vital wjuJitteaa. Arid I
ffivo.iiinca uiinn
RnWJBHgi ill ,inwwpuju
v for tan y'artfpsjtt,1 IltaTBtho
i yonr treatment. Yoa can niib-
a or cdi. oa
Isaeosipletagslvanlabattory.madolntqabeltso a ioboeatllr worri durluf work or fitrcst.aJid It
8 Ives soothing, pr donged currents which are Instantly loll throughout all weak parts, or we forfeit
3,eee. it has an Improved Klectrlo Huspensory. tboareatoit boon aver given weak uinrnel
wa warrant it to curonnv of tho abuvo woakneeeee. and Loenlarrcn shrunkanllmbfl. or rnrtv. or Mesev
. - .. j A .l r z. - jj . . .. ... r.'..
PROFESSIONAL AND HUSINKSSOAltDS.
!. 11. B'AHUV. arO.O.lllNOIIAel.
TYAHOY & HINdUAM, Aliornrys at Law.
U Ho una 1,2 nutl 8, IVAroy lliilldliitf. Ill
UtuUi street. Bperlal attention utven to busi
ness lu the supremo and clicult court or the
siftto. 3 11
R
l, UoHB Attorniyat liw. Halem,Ore
gnn Ofllce 'Jli Commercial street.
rnll.MON KOltl), Attorney at law, Palera.
X Orrgnn. OfUoo up stairs In I'atton block
H
J. lltadKH, Attorney at lawalem, Ore
gon. Uflloo over Dual's bank.
T J.BUAW.M.W.HUNT. HIIAWdtHUNT
el . Attorneys at law. Ofllco over Capital
National bank, Halem, OrfKu,
JOHN A. OAIHON, Attorney at law, rooms
H ana s, liitsti bank buildtnir, Halem, Or.
U. K. llONHAM. W. II. IIOLMEH.
BON HAM A HOLMES, Attorneys at law.
onicelulimh block, between Btateand
i.ourt, on Commercial street.
K. IOGUK, Htnograplir uud Tjpc-
uf.lt.ut Ita.t nitilntu.rl fvnowrlllnir rtf.
oe tat ono In Oregon. Over iiusti'a bank,
Halem, Oregon.
SYKLLA HIIEUMAN -Typewriting and
. i mmmiirrlnl ainnnirrnntiv. riNjin 11. utay
block. UrsUclius work.
- ... T. -..,-..- .,.. -
itaies ri-HM)iiiuio,
Dlt A. DAVIrt. Iale I'ost Oraduuloof New
York, give special attention lo tbe dls
eases of women and children, pone, throat,
1 inns, kldnejs, skin dltrasc and surgery
Oflloe at rteldetico, lol State street Coneu la
tlou fromuio2u, m aud aUi5 P 7-llm
W ''"iJYrilOIANANDHUItOKON.
Ofllce Slnrornmerrliil streel.lu Kldrldce block,
lUsldence tjo Uommerclat street,
r ii. hiuiWNK. At l).. I'hvsKlauandHur-
h, eeon. tlfllre, Murpby blo.kj residence,
i, otnmerciai sireet.
TVH.T O HMITII, Dentist. M State street
If Halem, Oregon. Klnlsbed drnul opera,
flons of every description. I'alulvss opera
tions specialty.
WD, 1'UOII, ArctiHect, plans, specldea
. lion and superintendence for all
claasea of buildings. Oflloe 2U0 Commercial
ajlreet, up stair.
Fresh-
News-Papers-
Fruits-
and Candles.
J. L BENNETT SON.
H. O. Blootc.
T. W. TH0RNBURG,
Th Upholsterer,
I Ketnq.el. re-cover and rj?lr
uphoUUr.d furniture. First.
cUa work, tjbemeketa. street,
kHeVta laauraaoa block. '
Hefundod. ThoyaregradsdlnstrrnKthtomeetnllstagesof weaknnts In youn , ir unpaged or Ola
man, and will sure the worst eases la two or three mootbs. Address for foil luf ita. n
SANDEN ELEGTRiCCO. l72F!rslSt P08TIA.I0. C'SEfSOft
B j No.20.1
wlien Vnii haV
nuul or lirl'x I lie
t iilfkel oratniiiii) (,, j l'V.t
nlirlrnl wiitti. i.i.. i
up., niiii unv i.iy
(he flrt wo will setul second; if out
i
write ynurown nnniffaiid addrcsol
....
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to taKo nuvantago or tuis ouer,
DR. HANDKN'9 E1.1CGTRIO BKLT
wita uiectro DlaKBetloHaseai
ory will cure wllhout wedicla
all or tbo above troabies. Tbosewkia
Fuller from Nervous UeMlitr.
Jiossea. Urnlne. J.stt mssKtail,
NogvnHness..HleeMSQne,
Poor Memory, nil Female Gaai
plaints, andaeoeral III heallb.
tuo effects oi abuses, ercaates. worri
or xpisure, will And rellot and pmis pt
onro. In our marvelous Intention,
which requires but a trial tn eoaTlnea
the most skeptical. Intgnoraoaeof ef.
fuels you may bavo uuuuly drained
yoursrt cm uf nerve force aod vtlalll ,
which la electrlcliy-and thus
eaastdyourweakneMOilackotforre.
n jou replace into your system me
elements thus drained wbloh are n.
quired tor vigorous stranEth, you will
remoTetuocausosBaaeaiui,
and vigor win follow at once. This
is our pian ana irsaEBienu aoa ws
arantee a ours or reiuim. money
hard norE.eombliuiTwlth the strain oemlua from tbe
lr of an engine, gave me a severe esse of faow bsek.
from which! saltiirad for stvsn rsr. . - was t
that I could not bend mr back. W as all doubled op
with tt. I bonght one ot roar belts, It belptd me
In Ideoftw due, and Icontlnowt tow.srltfof four
mouths, being perfectly cured, That was two rears
Liind
iq a aniatwei uMtw ee AevermtBinmviirB.. a
the beet remedr tn the world, f em located haea
permenentlr, and wllbe glad to talk with an, oa who
wi0,b2uFfioliEagInWHoUIlerlU4.
v, ""v,jAUjwiram
D . A. T.Baads1, DearHlri Klnea wearing roar
b it I bare been greatlr benefited. 1 tee I mr out a
nrv fa.t retarnlusi and aftera mouth's uea at tha
belt I Una mreetl twice as v Borons as.betora. Mr
meaiory Is now nearlr psi feet, and acb dsr ekowa
rur ma neuer. j. i .1 mncn eironger tna nnrorw
uitng the belt, Vours ttulj, UEMlx bCHDWU,
ELECTREC BELT
i .. m v . .- . : ...i." . .:.. ...ii
PllOTBOTION LODOK NO. 3 A.O. U. W
Meeta In their hall In State Insurance
building, every Wednesday oveaing.
A.W.DENWIM, M.W.
J.A.BKLWOOD.Ilccorder.
POWER HOUSE
Meat fylarket.
Fresh and Bait meats of the best quality.
Poultry and stock. Free delivery.
FRED WAYMIRE.
East and South
-VIA-
THE SHASTA ROUTE
the
Southern Pacific Company.
CAI.irOUNIA EXI'KEHa TRAIN--UVU DAII.T UK
TWK N I'OHTI.AN D A M 1) H, y.
HiTiTh.T " I" NortL."
7.0c p. tn. Lv. i)rt1uud " Ar. I 7:86a. m
O.lHp. m. Lv. Halem Lv. I 6:-a,
S-I6 a.m. Ar. San Kran. l.v.l 70p.ai
Above trulna stop only al followlug station
north of Itoseburg, Knst Portland Ortgon (llty,
Woodburn, rialem, Albany Tangent, Hhedoa.
Halsey, Uarrlaburf,JuucUonUlty, Irving and
Btigene
IUHKIIIIIUIMAlt, DAILY,
H.U a. in. I Lv.
11:17 a, m ILv
150 j. ni. Ar.
I'urtlaud
Halem
Itoseburg
Ar. I tvii p.m.
Lv. I 1:40 p. t.
Lv. 7.-0)a.M
Albany Local, Dally Kxcept huuduy.
.W.. CT)WMJ.
ArTllOJOa.;
Lv. 17-44 a. as.
Lv, I KM a. su.
5 00 p. m. I Lv." iWtland"
lja p.m. 1 lvi aaiem
W n.ro.l Ar. Albany
,n ii'ii'iei ,' -- -i - -- n
IHhImk Curs oh ijigdea Keute
PDLLMAN BUFFET SLEEFIRS
AND
Second Class StaepJng Cars
Attached to al) thro-!. tlo.
rVest Side isk0wm rirtlii.
il GtrraUk:
PAItY- (KtOafT UW-UT).
iUeC iuTi'Lv. yifr"fx.l"U9Tm,
13:10 P. m. I Ar. OorvalK Lv. Ma, ft. ii.
At Aluanv aad Oorvallla
trains ef Oregon rVrlBo Kallmad.
KXCKtBWTMalM IU.ILY KgOSUTIitlMVAY
CvT toTlfiasT
xntz
MeMliinvUla
TMlUttll iMJium
To U po(u la th Wbnaism i
all vo(u la tb misss , oaaMft
ravsajattt
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