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jSWWAJW? f"v lyfW'X m ?v s'v SIR :?$ .4 KIT -I .si'tirl f-84 I ' & 9 V t! A l III I II l !!! I '' Daily Capital Journal. BY UOFBR BBOTHBRSi TUESDAY, MAY G, 1890. DAILY LINE TO PORTLAND. STEAMERS i Altona and Ramona SUNDAY. 9:00 a. m. 10115 a.m. 6oa.m. LEAVE nAii.Y. 'Portland, 614s a, m. Salem, 7145 a. m. Independence, 6130 a. m. Quick time, regular service and cheap "M.BALDWIN. Agent, Salem. REED'S OPERA HOUSE. May G-Thos. Tongue, speaking. Mav 8-Prof. Tyndull, mind icuder BnBSSJrnI.ll, mind reader and clairvoyant. May 20 ltepublleans. May 30 J)ecorallon exercises J uno horses Juno horses. 12 Fror. Hrestars eciucaicu 13-Irof. Brcstal's educated PERSONAL. Cuslck was an Albany went not tli on tlie Dr. W. A. vhltor today. Senator Ucsncr afternoon train. A. V. McCarty, of Gates, Is In the city on-busiticRS. E. M. Laforc went to Portland on tho afternoon train. Copt. S. n. Onus by, of Argenti, la a Salem visitor today. Juiiich Altkcn went up to bis farm In tlio Waldo bills today. Lee Steinor, tbo drtiKBlst, went to Oregon City tills morning. J.A.Sbaw, tbe Mill City lutnbcr nian, was In tbccapltal today. Senator IMwson returned to Linn county on tbo niornhitf local. Win. Wirt, tbo nurseryman, left to day for a business trip to Denver. W. II. Riimbo, of Mill City, Is tbo guest of Joseph Foncs lu Yew Park. TIhh. Kay, of- tbo woolen mills, went up to Waterloo today on busi ness Win. Her, the bop grower or Iluttc vlllo, was In tbo city today on busl now. D.M. Smith, of tbo Oregon Land Co., was 11 passenger to Portland this morning. J. C, Johnson, II. J. Hendricks and others went to Woodburn on tbo afternoon train to attend tbo Tnugiio meeting. Attorney W. II. Holmes was a Portland business visitor today, go ing down 011 tbo overland. Chairman Hrndcrsbott, of tho Dem ocratic county central committee is In tho city pushing campaign work. P. K. Derby, Henry Downing, Jeff Meyers and Chairman Hcndorshott went north on tho afternoon train. Railroad Commissioners McCrum and Eddy and Clerk linker returned to Portland on tho morning local train. Pred Howorwix Is tho guest of Pred Purvlno at tho farm home near Zena. Ho expects to return to Salem Thursday. J. AY. Crump leayes tomorrow for Ml. Morris, III. Mr. Crump Is load ing bis car for that point today. Ho ships over M. P. J. A. Carson, A. 0. Condlt, E. Hofor and others went to Woodburn today to uttond tbo Thos. H. Tonguo cam palgn speech thlsafternoon. New Tilings , , Belt ribbons and buckles, Silk plaid wlnsdor tics. Silk mitts, 25c and up, Black Jersey mitts, 15c and up, Negligee ovcrshirts, 50c and up, New ncckweari collars and cuffs. Tan Oxfords and button shoes. Crosectt's fine shoes for men. iwfe1 6i' "S'Wownntyour trade, llcst goods; lowest prices. Willis Bros. & Co. IBI&S7 '" REVELATIONS. SOCIAL Some Penraak and New of the Doings of Oregon People. CHINA WEDDING. Dr. and Mrs. D. F. Lane had made no arrangements to celcbrato their twentieth wedding unnlversary.whlch occurred yesterday, In fnct they bad hardly thought about It, but tbo event was most fittingly observed Just the same. As the family was about to partake of the noon meal, they were astounded by tbo arrival of a Jolly party of friends, who stntcd that they bad come to take luncheon with them. They had. however, brought wAti.flllpfl ImninerB with them, and all enjoyed a hearty and sumptuous re past. Much enjoyment prevailed, and before leavlnK. a beautiful china din ner set was brought forth from the bampcrs and presented to the doctor and his worthy spouse. Among those present were Dr. and Mrs. D. P. Lane, Mr. and Mrn. D. W. Matthews, Mr. and Mrs. Prank McLench, Mr. and Mrs. Howard II. Kagan, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. G. Brown, Oscar Matthews, Kalph Matthews, Willie Hobbs, Otbo Kagan and Edith Kagan. TIN WKUDINO. Monday, May 3, was the tenth an niversary of tho wedding of Mr. and Mrs. P. L. West, of South Salem, and about fifty of their neighbors and friends were Invited In to spend the evening. Mr. and Mrs. West were kindly remembered by tho Invited guests who brought with them every thing In tho shape of tin, from a tea spoon to a wash boiler. After trip ping tho light fantastic until about midnight when all partook of an ex cellent supper after which the guests departed wishing the host nnd hostess many happy returns of the day. SALVATIOF AltMY NUPTIALS. Tho Salvation Army people of this city nro on tho qui vivo over a society event which Is to occur In a few days In their ranks. This is tho mar riage of Lieutenant Mclburuc, of Sa lem, and Miss Lieutenant Grill! 11 of Albany, tbo plump little lady, who wields tho tambourno so gracefully and whoso voice can always bo heard in tho singing. Tho event will be celebrated with military splendor within a few days. Albany Herald. Miss Clara Urcy Is In tho city, the guest of Miss Sally Hush. Miss Carrie naas is visiting friends at Portland and Oregon City. Mrs. It. P. Kusscll, of Mornlngsldo, Is at Independence visiting a sick sister. Mr. and Mm. J. J. Heed, returned from Eola tills mornlng,and spent tho day with Salem friends. The family of Mayor Catch is being made happy by a few week's visit from Miss Clalro Catch, of Seattle, tho mayor's sister. Mrs. Leonard L. Spraguo will start this afternoon for a summer visit wlthhorparonts and other relatives at Keokuk, Iowa., hor natlvo place. Mr. Spraguo expects to go to Holena, Mont., In a few days. Sau Acoidkkt. Tho friends of Mr. and Mrs. Clius. Smith, now or Hose burg, will lenrn with sorrow that tholr llttlo son was badly scalded last weok, by upsottlng hot water onto his back. Tho child Is out of danger. Mr.Juntl Mrs. J Smith arrived in tho city this morning with their boy nnd placed him under Dr. Jcssup'scare. Tlioy woro not pleased with tho medi cal treatment received at Kosoburg. Lath Oaks. TIio cars of tho Motor company will this evening run lato to aecommodato pcoplo attending tbo Tonguo speech. Tho last wir going north leaves tho Court street corner at 10:20, while tho largo cars win run on time. Tub Wkatiiku- Signal sorvlco prophesies fair weather for this even ing and Wednesday. Diploma Fiuu).-I)r. E. A. Ploreo today llled his diploma and necessary papers for the practlco ofmedlclnoln this county. n Tho llttlo woolen mill at Baiulon has a pay list of over $2000 a month. Vneklen'i Arnica Halve l he best Salve In tlu ivn.1,1 r. .... 'iM'h So', Ulcen, Silt Rheum. Kevcr nii,!i"eir'Ch,.n,! hamh' Chilblain.; Bruises, Skin Lruptlons. and positively cures Wlei or no pay required. It Is euaranteed to FIRE PROTECTION WANTED. And Other Matters Considered at School Meeting. The board of directors of school dis trict No. 24 Salem met at tho office of Clerk Bozorth last evening with tho following gcntlctnon present: Messrs. Johnson, ilruce, Olmiart nnd Chcrrlngton, Superintendent Peebles nnd Clerk Bozorth. The following bills were presented and ordered paid: E. M. Klghtllnger $ CO (iriswold & Chase 10 00 1 20 2 15 0 no Z' 78 CO 1 00 Post .Tno. Hughes E. M. Walte Printing Co. Pattou Bros J.W.Morrill Wm. Warner. Clerk's salary 15 00 Teachers' salaries 1,335 00 Janitors' salaries 100 CO A communication from the Salem Water compnny was read, setting forth the fact that tho Lincoln school Is entirely without protection from lire, there being no hydrant nenrthe bulldlng,nnd Inviting the board to con sider a proposition from tho company to put in the said hydrant. No action was taken in tho matter, but It scorned to be tho opinion of tho members of the board that It would pay better to have a system, similar to that in the state capltol, placed In tho buildings for Its protection In view of the fact that the city lire department is not permitted to go outside of the city limits to quench fires, Tho matter of erecting a Hag polo on tho old Central school was dlsi cussed, also tho repairing of the flag pole on the Lincoln school. Mr. Chcr rlngton stntcd that a gentleman named West had mndo a proposition to him, offering to repair, and put in ropes on, the flag polo on the Lincoln school for So. Tlie matter was re ferred to the executive committee, with power to act. Superintendent Peebles recommend ed the publication of a pamphlet con taining the rules and regulations of the schools, fur the guidance of teach ers and patrons; also a courso of study and a manual for the grade work. It was also suggested by that a summary of tho reports nnd transac tions of ttio district In tho last fow ycar8bo embodied In tho book; such a work would not cost to exceed $100. Tho matter was taken under ndvlsc ment by tho board. On motion, the chairman nnd clerk were instructed tomako propor assign ment of ccrtlllcatcs held by tho school district to certain pieces of property bought by tho district nt sheriff's sale, tho property having been delinquent for school taxes In 1802. Creamery at Enger. i. u. uurnaru, an oiti ami ex perienced creamery man, called a meeting at Enger, 8 miles east of aaiom, j'Tklny afternoon, for the pnrposoof establishing a creamery. Geo. W. Weeks acted as chairman and 0. O. Rice secretary. The following commlttoo wns appointed to solicit subscriptions to stock and secure tho required number of cows, viz: Wnrren Crnnston, J. P. Anderson, W. B. Mc Allister, Charles Wlnkleman and Ivor Larsen. Erank Dtirbln, If. L. Hlb bard and Mr. Itlco were solectcd to proparoa constitution and by-laws. They aro to report at a meeting on next Friday. About thirty persons woro present mid much enthusiasm was manifested. Tho number of cows necessary to simply the milk Is 230. They will be secured, without doubt. A Challenge to Chrlstal. I hear that Prof. Chrlstal, of your city, refuses to put up money to meet mo In a 10 round contest for points. 1 will meet him for any sized purso that may bo put up. Should ho bo willing to accept thlschallongo.pleaso do so within 48 hours through the dally papers. Clkvkland JflD. Laureneo Mncky, Mgr. Notick.A meetl iiL'of Mm Knin,., Republican club Is horeby called for this (Tuesday) evening, at tho club rooms 111 v.w ror tho purposo or meet ing Hon. Thos. II. Toncuo who. n.,,.. evening is to address tho people of Salem. By order of rinmi nntnu prcsldont, Geo. P. Rogers, secretary. ' STIUtEOPTICON LeCTUHK DIED. FIIAZIER. At her home InScotts Mill's Saturday, April 25, 1890, Mrs. S. N. Frazler, aged 78 years. KOONS. Tuesday morning, April 28, 1890, In SUverton, Fred Ifoons, aged 00 years. WALKER At his home In Spring Valley, Polk county, Oregon, on Monday, May 1, 1890, at 10 a. in., of neuralgia of the heart, Walter M. Walker, aged 81 years, 9 months and 11 days. The funeral services will be held at tho Spring Valley church and ceme tery tomorrow (Wednesday) at 11 o'clock a. in. Mr. Walker wns born In Virginia July 23, 1814, and was, therefore, In his eighty-second year. Ho removed with his parents to Missouri In 1829, remaining there until 1848, when lie came to Oregon with his wife, whom he had married lu 1843. Her maiden name was Jane Mackey. They set tled In Spring Valley immediately upon their arrival and have lived there continuously since that time a period of nearly a half a century. Tho picturesque nnd fertile valley that has been tholr home so long wns given Its name by Mr. Walker in 1852. C. C and W. B. Walker, his brothers, who came to Oregon In 1845, are yet living: the former In Spring Valley, the latter In Klickltatcounty, Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Walker have had five children, namely Mary Virginia, now Mrs. J. L. Purvlne; Susan Missouri, who was tho wife of Dr. W. D. Jeff ries, of Salem; Nancy, now Mrs. D. G. Henry; Ladnska Jane, now Mrs. Jns. If. Scars, and Dora who Is still at home, the comfort nnd stay of her mother In this trying hour. After ilfty-threc years of tlie closest and most endearing relationship, Mrs. Walker finds herself bereft of him who was once her protector nnd loving companion, and though children and friends may gather round her with kind words of consolation, there Is none to take his place. Of all the grand old pioneers to whom Oregon Is so much indebted for Its greatness, none have' been held 1 11 higher esteem than was Major Walker (a titlo by which all know him.) Never wns a man so universally loved. It was a matter of prldo with all to call him their friend. More than any other man ho helped those in Ins community In need, and did so with out ostentation. IIo was a faithful and consistent member of tho Baptist church at Spring Valley. RIVER NEWS. The river wasTIslng rapidly today, and now stands at 14.0. The Elmore.Hoag and Altona went down from Salem today. This Is the day for the Ruth, Al bany and Romona to conic up from Portland. Contrary to report, tho steamer Ovnsv Is making regular trips, to Eugene. She Is up tho river now. In three or four weeks, or when the water gets lower than at present, it is the intention of tho O. It. & N. Co. to take the steamer Gypsy to Port land and place her on tho drydock and give her a complete overhauling. They will place her on the river be tween Corvallls and Salem during low water and will try and operate her all summer, connecting at Salem with tho other boats that ply between Portland and tho former place. It is likely that the Gypsy will bo fitted with accomodations for about twonty flvc passengers. If they succeed In running on tho upper river all slim mer It will be n line thing for the public Corvallls Times. An Oyster Suppek. Tonight after tho Tonguo speech you enn get n line dish of oysters at Strong's. ' THURSW tSPBciAL Salr wash - Good s To nrrivo tomorrow n largo lino of stnmped linens nn,i ,1.. 1 I Jewel and other work. Slako your eclectlona nhZitt.ncwtoltJ "HHWiSJ selected. i 257 Commercial street, DIRECTCFROMVERMONT f IK S& Ss s s MAPLE : : SYRUP ! The best, pure Maple Syrup ever brought to Salem. Coulo get only ten gallons, but it is extra choice, Everybody invited to taste it.SC HARRITT LAWRENCE P, O, Grocery. Chlcaeo. May 61 V.. "I.- - THE MARKFT Mav a wk... ' . y63K. ., owitoi XT Tf" 1 .. ' 3 30. ioiirer, Wi 61; Walla Wallai 5758 ' Flour Portland, t, . . 3.00S paham $2.65; npeiiiJ. Oats Wh te. arffl.,,'JMi Minus a Hand. Ora Hills, tho 10-ycar-old son of Jas per Hills, who resides at Jasper, had his left hand completely blown off by n dynamite cap. Dynamite caps nro frequently used by loggers nnd it seems tlint Mr. II Ills, manager of tho Fall Creek Improve ment company, n logging concern, kept them In his bouse. Ora Hills nnd a neighbor boy had arranged upon a code of slgnnls whereby by explod ing a cartridge elthor ono could sum mon tho other to his homo. Yester day afternoon young Hilts desired to signal to his friend. He exploded ono successfully and then attempted to explode the second one, at tho same tlino holding a third one in his loft hand. In somo manner tho f uso enme Into contnet with tho cap In his hand, exploding It and blowing his hnnd to pieces. IIo wns brought to this city and Dr. Kuykcndall removed tho linn.i Justabovo the wrist Joint. Eugene Guard. Tho owner of tho Miller ledgo, on i soiuicr creek, lias been offered $75, 000 for his claim. The O. R. & N. Co. Is building n now boat In Portland to run between Astoria and Ilwnco. Firo Protection, From tho proceedings of tho school dlrectorslnst evening It becomes evi dent that the Lincoln school building in South Salem Is entirely without lire protection. There Is no hydrant cistern nor stream near enough to se cure water by engine or hoso service. This should not bo so, for If there is any institution on earth that should be well protected against lire It la a school where helpless children attend by hundreds. Either tho building should bo provided with lire appar atus, or ample "provision should be mndq outsldo for protection. If 11 holocaust should occur at this build ing lu tho absence of tho necessary safeguards, tho people of the school district would nover forglvo them selves for tho neglect. Tliero Is suf ficient dnngor under the best conditions. HARD TIMES r-ivCTS. GOOD TUB FAMILY IJye er fee tatltUctlon or money refunded Wee 3j centi a tax Korale y Fred A. 'PivOliw. through England With n Kodak," by ov.E. p. Hill of Portland, at tho Presbyterian church tomorrow oven iig.'1 Admission 25 cents; children Ifiicents. New Fwm.-W. F. R. Smith has bought an Interest lu tho business formorly conducted bv McCii-i . i.i.. I 1111(1 llin ... ...Ml 1 .. . i r V7 ,l,Icrcailcr m known lua-fii-mn, jvingiV; Smith. ,a' vk ono.-ueegnior Edea todnv CAIlf flliStl at ti.l. A -V...V..V.VI. i iiuuo 10 uve uays at tho Sa ' IM.ui,MS- "should bo a stone rv. a if iu ! J? 1 na of thc J-ua and Mod 'cunnll'ir11'' " fics thc finest -r,-,.v,lulUffU) no sren coitcc ever offered km, and no extra cost to consumers, Our Teas are all new stortr, ,,.. tHKokiredJaottLYoune, HMn rv 7 x"gmamg, gen and mw choicest groceri pllo instead. etafctes, -HeadatiartfM fNMrt. r . . Everything in season, including new greS" Just OUT.-If your grocer is Just out, remember that you can always got tho choicest groceries and vete. 8 veg- SONNEMflNN'S GROCERY, 124 Stat?. .v contract to dig 200 mis of tho ocky gulch ditch, the upper end, has i IV,., ' ""wt at t no in no ast Friday-Oregon Observer GnS I $ioo Reward Sioo. The readers of this paper will be pleated to learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its tages. and that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure now known to inc raeuicai iraternlly. Catarrh being a con stitutional disease, requires n constitutional trearment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Inte nally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tho system, thereby deilroyinc the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hun. dred dollars for any case that it falls to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F. T. CHENEY & CO.. Tnl,.,i n Sold by druggists, 75c. ' Two Lives Saved. nirr8;rha)bo.r?,,lomn9' of Junction City, 111., was told by bor doctors she had Consumption and that there was no hope for hor, but two bottles of Dr. King's Now Discovery completely cured her and she says it saved her life. Mr. Thos. Eggers, 130 Florida htreet. Sau Pranuisco, suffered from a dreadful cold, approaching consump t on, tried without result everything elso then bought ono bottle of Br, King's hew Discovery nnd In two weeks was cured. IIo is naturally thankful. It Is such results, of which thoso nro samples, that prove tho WOlldcrful OllllVinv nf tills lnollnl 1.. Coughs and Colds. Free trial bottles at I red P. Leuir's tiriHTsfnro Tfn..io- 8izo50oand31. ' ' Children Cry for Pitcher' Oostorla. HEADING FOIt CIIIOL". Every reader of Tni-: Journal should look up tho list of premiums given absolutely free with this papor. The Weekly Jouhnal at $1 a year is the cheapest paper on the Pacific coast, yot with It we glvo yearly sub scriptions to any of tho following vnluablo publications, each known to tho world as 11 standard in its field: Tho Toledo Ulade, Tho Queen of Fnslilons, Womankind, The Farm News, Tho Child Garden. These valuable nublfontinna n each worth a 81 a year, vet wn rtivn you your choice, ono year free, for n 31.60 subscription to The Jouhnal. eiiner tno jmily for six months of uiu masKLY ior eignteen months, bee tho list, and don't neglect to profit Don't bo deceived into paying for ou-vtiiivu iJiuuuuuia onereci Willi nigh priced papors nt a slight advance Homembcr The Journal is tho rbeapest newspaper on the Pacific v-uuau mm it gives you usfli grado premiums without additional charge 1 Tho steamers Hoag and Albany now make dally trips between Corvallls and Portland. tf Mr. and Mrs. Geo. G. Bingham went to Portland on tho afternoon train. THE WILLAMETTE HOTEL. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. On nnd after May 5, 1800, tho fol lowing reduction In rates will be mnde to tho traveling public: fiO rooms suits 82.C0 per day, for merly $3. CO rooms suits $2 per day, formerly $2.f0. CO rooms suits $1.50 per day, for merly 82. Rooms without 'board. 25c. 50c. 75c and $1. Table board, $20 per month. No extra charge will Miererftcr be matlo for sample rooms to thoso who remain over night. Speclnl rates will bo given to families who desire tablo board during tho summer months, Considering tho high character nnd strictly llrstclass service at all timQs given to our patrons tho above quoted rates nro an innovntlon. Tho Wil lamette is tho largest nnd best ap pointed hotel north of San Francisco and south of Portland. A. I. Waoner. 'H'. MJ,J5, Cffff --- j. j. rotatoes. Oregon 1, 253 , Hay.. Good, fen' n.?.? F 4 . w ; - r v-9- fVl IIJU. Wool..Valleyl9,ociE.$tttn&n Millstufls..riran, $n.$orau,w,u., Poultry-Chickens. 'J" S. 2 ofoLl.oo! ,Wl. '..5I) ftys, Uve. 15c; dressed ijSft.' !u ii8I5e"'. "lied 60 it if b,4c;shprlu1tg, HODS.. Oregon 1 10 '.J?lw. ,,- ..trerajj,, turkey,, Uve, iScjdrcHed ,?;'" 'bsMcheeppelu,!'1 , "ops.. Oregon, 2 to ImRu Butter.. Oregon fancy crumtrr, tth fancy dairy . 25; toto ipoMB common.'rtfSlinr. " ' 'w'JJ .ugufc common,Jic2oc. Cheese .Oregon full rh Eggs.. Oregon, nc per dot Ji'jWl&W kk dreMedbVeUTc. "' ' " Mutton. .Ewes, 2.75; dressed and feeden: a..,wJj ..JW!in erVrfb1"Smal1, Ch0'Ce' 44'IR33 SAN FRANCISCO MARKFT. San Francisco, Msy 4,YW (j Wool. .Oregon, choice, gtM; ',1 1 TJien .fill. .aj. ' . v'f' "v yv"- Hops Quotable at 2aie. Potatoes 3c per sick. ' Oats-Milling, 75Sj. BIG CIRCULATION. Campaign subscriptions nro rolling into The Journal office every day and every hour. The Weekly is going to nearly every taxpayer lit tho county nnd will until nfter election. The One Cent Daily is the only ono outspoken pcoplo's paper-nntl-ring and antl-raachlne in tho state. It goes like hot cakes. Advertisers who aro economizing and cannot afford to glvo ads. to all kinds of publications can reach pract ically all tho peoplo who trade at Sa lem in our Daily and Weekly. WANTED-- An organ to use in a Sunday school. Parlies please state price and nd. dress Fred Brown, Howell, Or. s-3t OREGON CENTRAL AND Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, Medal, Midwinter Fair. Da CBEAM BAKING POWDfR iMost Perfect Mde. 40 Ycinthc uidyi. Eastern R. H, Company YAQUINA BAY ROUTE. Connecting at Yanulna Bay with the San Irancisco & Yaqutna Bay Steamship Co. STEAMER "FARALLON," a 1 mid first-class In every respect. Sails from Yaqulna for San Francisco about every I ASSCtlETer arifirnrYirwIntT, uam..1 Shjlj5s,t.;ou,tc between the Willamette valley and California. FrfnMc j!"J..ALb"y r. Pln" fet to San -.-....vw vuii. 312: sierra sund trip, good 60 days, 518. For sailing dates apply to U WALDEN. Aeent. SALEM MARKET. Wheat, ,50c per bu., mstlcetfina. Oats .i&oboc. Hay .Baled, cheat, ,5.00(35.50; twit $7.00. Flour,. In wholesale lots, t.w, iti 3.20; bran, bulk It.co; ucW, p snorm, 12.00(13.00; chop (wl, lusj 12,00. Poultry., Chickens, 67cjdh jlj cesc, 4.50(05.00, lurKeyj, 7c. Veal.Dressod,4M. Hogs.. Dressed, 1 Live Cattle. .22jJ. Sheep.. Live, 2.5o3. Wool.. Best, I2?ic. Hops.. Best, 4jo. Eggs.. Cash. 7C Butter.. Bost dairy, loc; haej ciusef 15c Cheese .uc. Farm Smoked Meats Biccaft: tat! MAt m rti 19 A 0 tm I ,t Potatoes.. 15c per bu. Onions., 2c. Do Not Do This. Do not be Induced to boy uj mi P l..m mnrl nn vnnr mind to tike llWI saDarilla. Remember that Hood's Sw? Ilia cures when all others fiO. DosifJ up In despair because other radios w failed to help you. Take Hood.W ilia faithfully and youmsyrcasoMKjei6 to be cured, Hood's Pills are purely KpttMe,t4 prepared from the txst mgreuiwu. -r Mrs. L. L. Sprague 6UrW afternoon for a visit at be: old at Keokuk, Iowa. A score of M saw her off at the train, and a tholr best wishes for a P tourney, a good visit - turn. nnnuw PnT.rrrca.-ThOKw " on the reformation of the AgJ primary system, is nowjplg uearuorn's owc own-. Webster's International liionary The One CretSir " 80 wilte Hon. D.J. !W!irC Jotk U. o. rBL-. 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