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Paly Capital Journal
V HOn-BIt BROTHBR8,
SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1S90.
Another lot jut received by express. Best
quality of kid. Trice $1.50,
In lin or golf patterns, In a variety of
ttyles ami price t.
The quick wiling kind, 50 cents etch.
Straw Hat Bargains,
AH our fine straw lull cut to tell. It will
pay to buy thii week.
Only the belt material ami workmanship in
the Trojan brand. Perfect fit.
Ladies' Collars and Cuffs,
We expect a fine line by express thii (reek.
Belts, Buckles, Etc.
All the lateit novelties. Jet buckles in
plain and fancy.
J, J, Dalrymple Co.
I). -W. linn- returned to Albany on
tho Ruth'thl afternoon.
Tho. JCny came down from Water
loo on the curly train tbh morning.
W. W. Elder, Uiylori's Milld bus
iness man, was 11 jj.iloin vl.iltor jvMor
dtiy. F. !. Utylnrturued to tho city tM
morning from u bnslne; trip to
John L. ilitoy whs rewlvcd nt I lie
Intuinii aiyluin hint evening rrom
Deputy Postmaster J. A . Soil wood,
returned this morning fiom 11 abort
visit at Turner.
J.Purvlue Isaswlstlngln A. Klein's
boot and Hhoo Hlore dining Mr.
Kleins atactica In Portland.
I. C. Robinson, of Amity, wnx a Sa
1cm vlHltor today, llo l an old pio
neer of Yamhill county and a progres
Mm. Rosa Isnbell of North Adum
Mass. urlvcd In the city to visit for
several weeks at tho home of Horace
lloldcn, WII Front street.
John L. Cadwell returned thin
morning from Klamath. Spring where
ho baa been for tho benefit of bis
health which is somcwlmt Improved.
I. II. Van Winkle returned to his
homo at Ilalscy this morning, where
ho will spend vncatlon. Mr. Van
Winkle will probably attend Villain
ctto University again noxtyear.
Hoyd IMchardMiu went to Portland,
this morning where ho will associate
business with pleasure for a fow days.
Ho was ah Interested spectator at tho
Portland Han Krauclsco athletic
sports this afternoon.
Master Eddie Lytc returned to his
homo at Kugcnothls morning after a
short visit at thohumo or 1. 1). Driver
Jr. llo carried homo with him as
pets, two beautiful gamo bantams, tho
gift of Mr, Driver.
number. The ground presented n, PAINE'S CELERY COMPOUND.
.,...,1 nLiunnnro wit ll lOni't rlf?ln?llts". i -
Chronicle of Events ar.4 Individuals at the. ctilnebC lanterns and bontlres. Dane- Jf,0 Best Remedy in the World It
nncH rarnw ,.....- -. . u""tf-rftr. ir iti nrr t m ,t rTitiCTAr
eaSI- 1 UH.a
Mrs. S. A. Carpenter has gone to
Newport for n month.
MiHtfCurnentcr was a Dasscnger to
Turner on tho morning local.
Mrs. W. D. Pugli went to Portland
this morn I hit. for a short visit with
Mrs. J. M. Rayne, Is expecting a
a visit from her mother, Mrs. M. J.
Do Vecom, of Denver.
Mrs. II. II. Thompson went to
Eugene this morning where sho will
vli.lt with relatives for several days,
Hon. II. It. Klncald and son Web
ster, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. C.
M. Lockwood went to Eugene today.
Mrs. Dr. E. IJ. Phllbrook and child
returned this morning from nn ex
tended visit with friends at Monta
An address nt the Woodmen open
session will be delivered by Dr. D. A.
P.tlnc, of Salem, Saturday. EugcnoJ
Miss Ada Sharpies returned to her
homeat Eugene this morning, having
beeii thegueitof Mr. Dr. .1. C. Grif
Mrs. W. T. Pcct, or cnrvnllis, ac
companied Mrs. E. A. Lynn and Mrs.
D. A. Paine and daughters, went to
Portland today by boat.
Sheriff 0. F. Cathcart of Douglas
county, accompanied by his wife, ar
rived In tho city this morning, and
registered at The Willamette.
Mm. Aldcrson and daughter, MUs
Marguerite, and Miss Edith Smlck, or
Mbany, were passengers to Portland
on tii Alloua Friday morning.
Mrx. Ilallie Parrish Hinges, who
sings at the Heed toulghi, Is making
her uoiue with her mother, Mrs. Ts'or
man Pnrtlsh until Mr. Hinges arrives
when tbuy will go to honekecpliig.
MIihL.I. OoMdy, a teacher In tho
Hubbird public school, who has lieen
attending the Teachers' Institute, re-, with a great deal or anticipation to a
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winieu iiiiiiiu linn iiiuriiiiiK, milium
Salem, Miss fiowdv was the guest or
Intr and tho Gypsy camp receircci
their share of patronage, but the cool
evening was a detriment to largo Ice
cream sales. The address of Mr.
Judah and naming the park had the
mcritof being Just long enough nnd
was well received. It Is to be hoped
that when tho citizens come to fully
npprcclatc the value of such a park as
this Is to be, as Improvements pro
gress, It will be gencously patronized.
If this delightful resort 1b patronized
sufllclently the street car line may be
extended to-thc grove and more In
candescent lights will be placed In the
grove. A dancing platrorm, tables
and chairs will also bo provided If the
park Is liberally patronized.
THE BCNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC.
Nearly two hundred people partici
pated In the Presbyterian Sunday
school nlcnlc Tuesday. The steamer
Hamona left Salem about 8 o'clock In
the morning nnd reached" the picnic
grounds about three miles below
Lincoln nn hour later. The picnic
was held on an Island, and the party
were modern Itoblnson Crusoes for
tho day, there being no communica
tion whatever with theshorc. Several
swings were erected, all of which wero
well patronized throughout the day
by the younger members of the party.
Lemonade by the gallon was served
the thirsty throng, nnd a delightful
time was had. The elder members of
the party reclined In the shady nooks
while the young folks who wcrcdls
jKibcd to run about, organized cxplor-
Intr nattlcs, and made a number of
Important discoveries. The Altona
arrived at the Island at 2:5.') p. in. and
brought the tired crowd home, reach
ing 'Salem at 4:30 p m. The rldo on
tln boat formed the most pleasant
real ure or the trip, since the dlstnnco
was not long enough to cause "that
tired reeling." In all, a mostdcllght
ml time was had, and the members or
the Sunday mjIiouI will look rorward
Makes People Well,
Salem GrovoNo. .1, Woodmen clrclo,
on last Friday eve, elected oillcors to
servo for tho ensuing term of six
months as follews:
Mrs. ltosa Davis, W. O.j Mrs. Flagg,
Ex.nA.5 Mrs. Clam Mlnton, dork;
Mrs. .Anna Haslam, banker; Mrs.
Ktahloy, G. M.i Miss Kurtz, W. A.
Mrs. Lillian Evans, O. S. Mrs. Mar
garet niundell, manager.
Willis Bros, & Co,
Cballies 4c a yard and up,
Dimities 8 J3 to 20c yard.
Satincs iOc yard and up,
Shirt Waists 50c to $1,50 each.
Percales 7c yard and up,
tho Misses Sherman.
M. Wlprut, the tailor, Is expecting
a visit from Misses Adda Parker and
Louise Nussbcrger, two school teach
ers or Napa, Cal., who propose- spend
ing their summer vacation In bcntitl
Miss Vlda Maston, who has been
visiting Miss Edna Prlco the past
week returned to her homo, nt Albany
this morning. Miss Price accom
panied her guest home, returning to
Halcm on tho 2:20 local.
Whllo returning fromnu outing in
the mountains west of hero last Mon
day, Mrs. Hamilton was taken
violently 111. Dr. Vale administered
mcdlclno and relief was afforded so
sho was taken on home. McMluuvllIc
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Leo wero pas
sengers to Albany on tho Ituth this
afternoon . Mr. Leo has been as
sistant ImG. W. Putnam's drug store
for several months and has resigned
his position. Ho will engage In the
drug business at Albany.
Miss Lulu Sargcaut, director of
music In tho Pacific eollcgo tit New
Ixirg, returned to that city this
morning. After .a short visit with
friends here, Miss Sargcaut will
leave for Los Adgolcs, Cal., where sho
will Join hor parents and remain thoro
during tho summer.
Prof, and Mrs. F.S. Dunn went to
Eugeuo thlsj morning where u
part of tho summer vacation will
bo spent. Prof. Dunn has Won re
elected to 11 professorship In Wlllam-
otto university, much to tho delight
of nil students expecting to continue
lit tho Latin and Greek courses next
MUSIC roil HALKM.
It is now probably a settled fact.
Prof. 11. A. Heritage and Kmll L.
Wlnklurwlll bo retained at the head
of Willamette college of music. A
committee from the I ward has boon
repetition or such a treat. Mrs. F. II.
Gwynue and daughters, were on board
tho boat, bound for Great Falls,
Montana, whero they will Join Dr. F.
II. 0 wyniio, who has accepted the
pastorate of the Presbyterian church,
at that place. As they left tho boat
the picnickers wished the family n
safe and enjoyable trip.
Proressor and Mrs. E. J. McCaust
land, were also on the boat, bound for
Now York, where Mr. McCaustland
will continue in tho study or his
LKTTKK KHOM MI8S MATTHKWB.
Miss Helen Matthews, who attended
tho sumnicr school for young women
at Mills college, California as a dele
gate rrom tho Y. W. C. A. of Wil
lamette university, has prepared the
rollowlng account of the summer
school for Tiik JouitKAi,:
Tho campus of twonty acres at Mills
college, Is a ma.o or paths shaded by
every raro tree which tho climate or
California will produce. Tiny streams
crossed by rustic bridges, banks ot
marguerites and ferns, lawns of velvet
green, (lower beds, fountains and
statuery diversify tho grounds. Tho
conference was opened June 5th, with
n sunset cervlco on Prospect hill
which overlooks San Leauder bay and
Is said to bo moro beautiful than Mr.
Moody's famous Itoundtop at North
Hold. It was on this hill that Mr.
Sherman Eddy, secretary of the stud
ents, volunteer movement Tor foreign
missions, stirred every heart by his
burning words. Eight young women
rosixmdcd to the call ror workers In
foreign llelds. Every morning at 8:30
Miss Ella tie Vihj, secretary or tho
Young Women's Christian Associ
ation at Seattle conducted the con
ference on city associations. At 0:30
a. in. tho college conference was led
by Miss Eva Seovers, or Chicago, edi
tor ot tho Evangel. The bible studv
tinder Dr. E. S. Chapman, or Oakland,
was one or tho most dellghtrul hours
or tho school. Following It was tho
Tore is one true specific for diseases
arising from Impure blood and a debili
tated nervous system, and that Is
Palne's celery compound, so generally
prescribed by physicians. It is prob
ably tho most remarkable remedy
that tho scientific research f this
country has produced. Prof. Edward
E. Phelps. M. D., LL. D., or Dart
mouth college, llrst prescribed what
Is now known the world over as
Palne's celery compound, a positive
rmrn for dvsnensla. biliousness, liver
complaint, neuralgia, rheumatism, all
nervous diseases und kidney troubles.
For the latter Panic's celery com
pound has succcded again and again
whero everything else has railed.
Sick stomach means sick man (or
Why not be well?
Sick stomach comes rrom poor rood,
poor nourishment; means poor health,
poor comfort. Shaker Digestive Cor
dial means health and a well stomach.
ir we. could examine our stomach
we would understand why It Is that
so little will put It out or order.
But, unless we arc doctors, we never
sec our stomach. Wo only reel It.
Wo would reel It less H we took
Shaker Digestive Cordial.
blinker Digestive Cordial makes
your stomach digest all the nourish
ing rood you eat, relieve all symj)
toms of Indigestion, nets as a tonic
and soon makes you well and strong
The Santiam Ditch to be Cleaned Out
The water In the Santiam ditch,
..,i,. nii rnrnUlifs motive nowcr to near
ly all the manufacturing Industries or
Salem, will be shut off at Staytou to
morrow. The stream will not be dry
at Salem before Monday noon. This
Is done so as to permit the state olll
dais, with convict labor, to clean out
the ditch between the reform school
and the penltontinry. Extensive work
will be done in thKpart or the ditch.
All snags will be removed, and the
ditch will bo considerably enlarged
Some Improvements, may also be
made to tho ditch between Stayton
nnd Aumslvlllc. But whatever Im
provements are made in that part or
the ditch, will be made at the expense
or the owners or those enterprises,
which depend upon this stream ror
motive potter. The water will prob
ably not be turned on again ror ten
days or two weeks.
Anothek FmE-Salc or lamp
chimneys, Truit Jars, glassware, mops,
brooms and thousand nnd one articles,
being slaughtered for a song. John
G. Wright's Pioneer grocery. 20-3t
Monday and Tuesday,
Every pair of Gloves reduced, See our
line at 75c, Positively less than
cost to close,
257 Commercial st.
Some Suits Bear the Stamp "Ready Made"
In every outline) otners only breathe a faint suspicion. It
is not an easy job to rub it out entirely, You arc getting
close to success when you can deceive an expert.
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C H. MACK.
Successor to Dr. J. M. Keene, old U.
Corner, Salem, Or. Parties desire WJZ
operations at moderate fees In any brWh
In especial request.
St?te a'H I iberty streets.
CHURCH SKUVtCKS TJM'-' W
This church and Sunday sc-lunl " "1
..i..,..,. iiniiiiririin'u n.'iv" toinfirrok .
The more you take, the less you feel . r,n.nrt , t.imrn will be a sermon
of your stomach. U) children to which It Is hoped
, .mm mime juiviu.. parents will bring tueir cuiiuren aim
- ! enlnv the services with them. . At J2
kntios. -A. B. Buret), M, the Sunday school will meet.
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the retired fu
vented a mantle bed that Is far ahead
or any thing or the kind yet known,
and will be placed on the the market
generally, as soon as his patent Is
perrcetcd. Tho bed Is Tree from the
mantle nnd unlike other similar beds, '
can be removed from the wall. It '
incrsorvire will be exercises by the
Sunday school. Owing to the met
that tho evening services will be at ,
p. in. there will bo no meetleg or the
Y. P. S. C E.
Services nt 10:30 a. tu. ami 8 p. m.
Unity Guild at u:4.r, p. in. Hew W. E.
Pniuihirwl Pnrir. Tile SlindltV School
closes up as easily as a Jack knife, and meets with the congregation at 10::i0
Is as simple as such an article can for a Flower service, consecration or
possibly bo made. Mr. Simmons of cuiiuren ami recepi on o ;
South Salem Is maurcturng thJ$&
beds In his luuitl tine style and they nttend tho ovcnlng service to hear
are being Introduced Into Frlco. This Mr. Copeland's lecture on "The Mystic
will be the maiitlo bed of the future Meaning or King Solomon's Temple.
27 Wlical, cab
ork. Inn 27. Silver, o6Jc; lead
Call and sec our straw hats, tan
hoes, summer underwear,
etc The finest in the city.
.Willis Bros. & Co.
. . Court and Liberty.
Tim Cnshl Dry!.Gwda, Clothing aud
mlhSlnnarv 'iiiifirinro ntwW tlu n.ibo
appointed with power to act, to eonductotl by Dr. Alice Fish, a stud
negotiate with Mr. Heritage, and a Lt volunteer and a graduate or
cunisiuMuii wiiiim uuiiui. uo ivauueu t'oopor medical college, who took the
that will lw satisfactory nil around. train for Philadelphia, thoro to have
moonmuht iuonic, , charge or a hospital, amid tho iluttor
Owing to other attractions last ' handkerchiefs and (lowers and the
evening the assemblage at tho ptonlo '"rowolltwilutoa of grutorul delegatos.
was not as largo us otherwise would I Anions the evening speakers who ad
linYo been, uoyortheless the enjoy. J dressed the conference wero Dr. E.
mont of those present was not In thof JcClIsh, Mrs. J. S.Noryoll, a returned
least diminished from the lack or missionary from Chlnar Dr. E. H.
Dlllo aud Dr. Halleok. On June 16th
after a bcssion of ton days, the tlrst
The Ideal Punacea.
James L. Francis, Alderman, Chi
cago, says: "1 regard Dr. King's Xcw
Discovery as an Ideal Panacea tor
Coughs, Colds aud Lung Complaints,
having used It in my family ror the
last live years, to the exclusion or phy
sicians' prescrldtlons or other prepara
tions." Itev. John Burgus, Keokuk, Iowa,
writes: "I have been a Minister or
the Methodist Episcopal Church ror
lirty years or more, and have never
round anything so Injudicial, or that
gave me such bpecdy roller as Dr.
King's New Discovery." Try this
Ideal Cough Hcmedy now. Trial Bot
tles Tree Fred A. Lcgg's Drug Store.
A Full Lini:.-TIio New York
Ilacket has a lull stock or all kinds or
goods In their lino. Thoy have a large
lino or the STAR 5 STAR, a shoo
which they sell at remarkably low
prices. Also largo lines or ladles',
mlssos', children's and gouts' hosiery.
Call and save monov. 20-2-d.
Rev. J. P. Farmer, Pastor. Morn
ing services at 10:30. Topic "Grace
versus Law." Sunday school at 12
o'clock. Y. P. S. E. at 7 p. in. Even
IngMTvlcesnt 8 o'clock. Topic "View
rrom the Table Lands or Victory."
Special music by the orchestra. All
are cordially Invited.
Rev. W. Steele Pastor. Subject for
10:.t0 a. m. "Tho Kingdom of God."
Subject at 8 p. 111. "Patriotism and
Christianity." Sunday school at 12
noon. Chinese S.S. at :i:.'10. Junior
C. E. at 4:30. Senior C, E. 0:45. Prayer
mooting on Tiiursuay evening, uooti
of the Evangelical Association on the
corner or Liberty and Center streets.
P. Bittncr, pastor. At 10 a. in. the
Children's Day oxerclses will begin.
An Interesting program will be de
livered. All are cordially Invited to
w. c. t. u.
Miss Stroud-Smith, Instructor or
Mills Seminary. California, will snenk
f.inn..i it...i".. . 1 .. 1 1 at the rooms of the W. C. T. U. at 4
Colonel Boyd yostorday recolvod a o'clock p. in. Tho public are cordial
telegram from P. H. D'Arcy of Salem, ly Invited. .
Cool X X X X
Aowng the daintiest eatables tills hot weather arc the Oregon
Cracker Companies whole wheat wafers, graham wafers, high
to wafers, perfection fancy cookies, Boston an XXX sodas-
AM frtih from the kakcry. Ladies, please call and see for
saying that ho had accepted tho cele
bration committee's Invitation to
come here on tho Fourth and deliver
the oration. Mr. D'Arcy was former-
ly mayor of Salem and two jenrs ago
was chairman or tho Democrat testate
convention at Astoria. Howaschalr
nuui or tho last stato Democratic con
vention ami Is a pleasing speaker. -Pendleton
. bee lioiso & Barker, agents for tho
FIllST U.N'ITKD KVANOKLIOAL.
On Cottage street near Center, J.
Bowersox, pastor. Preaching at 10:30
and 8 tomorrow Sunday school at 12:
K. u or C. E. at 7.
Y. M. C. A.
uov. B. F. llonnoll. or Dallas, will
address tho men's meetings at tho
.M.C. A., Sunday afternoon at I
o'clock. All inon ure cordially Invited
to attend this meeting.
u. n. CHURCH
' Preaching at 11 A. m.also at 8 p.m.
Sabbath school nt 10 a. in. and
. P. S. C. E. nt 7 111 tlm OVAiilnrr
124 Court street
11101110 coast Y. IV. C. A. summer
school dosed. Thirty-llvo delegates
reitre.MMitlin.' eolWo nmi nitv iw.i.
...; "., . ".. . . .' convent on at SL Louts, nut innniim,.
.v.u .3 .rum oeauto 10 houutorn Cull- yeutlon Y. P. S. C. E. at WshiuRtoii.
iuiiuit nuv 111 uuciiuuiicc. ; i'. t-, isniionni educational Assocla-
miss .Myruo Marsh, of Willamette, uu' numiiaio, J, v., and G. A. R.
Chlengu for tho
position of business malinger or the'
school. It was the action of tho .nn.'
rm Ata &. a a iiiiii iiiiiiii -iiiiiiui niiiiinua v iriiiinnriin .-.
regarding special round trip rates to lKS,' " .V PHminiI
tho Ropubfleau national convention Preaehhm bvtho mVtor "SVWm
at St. Louis tii i.im!it-iriii miii,,.ii iiiuiiiig 01 mo pastor ntiu:J0a.
connuonat ClilSlffSSSlff wrtJ s"A .ffliP-.-. M"K
,.. .... .,, u(u tiuuiuiiy niriieu. a.
Portland, June 27 Wheat valley, 51a
52; Walla Walla, 5354
Flour Portland. J2 85; Benton county,
2.85; graham, $2 50; superfine, (2 23 per bill.
Oats White, 233oc; grey, 2728;rolleJ,
inbagi, $4.2SS.2S, barrcU, 4.5o7,oo;
Potatoes.. Or cgon, 5oS7.Vc per sack.
llay..Liooi, tQjo per ton.
Wool.. Valley, 89CJ Kaitern Oregon,
Poultry-Chickens, mixed. $33.25: broil
en, $t So3! (luck, 4JSi '. 5!
turke)s, live, I2jc; dresed, 158170.
ilide8..green, salted 60 Ibi 5c; undei
Co lbs 44c; sheep pelts, io7oo.
Hops,. Oregon, 2 to 3c, according to qual
Putter. .Oregon fancy creamery, 2o25.
lancy dairy, 20; lair to good, 15.
Cheese .Oregon full cream, 10,
Ktfgs.. Oregon, 10c per dor.
lteef, .Topsteers, 3.00(0)3.25 per Id; fan
to good steers, 2i IS0' ew. -XA- i
droned beef, 4J'5Jc
SAN l'KANCIbCO MARKET.
San Francisco, June 27 Wheat, 95c
Wool. Oregon, choitc, ($ri'ta inleilor 4
5c, valley, 9toc.
Ilous Ouotablc at 2(5iw.
Potatoes 75Ji per sack.
Wheat. .43c per Du., market lirni.
Oats . 2o(n)22c.
Hay Haled, cheat, $5.oc5.5o; timoihy,
Flour.. In wholesale lots, 3.00; retail,
3.20; bran, bulk 11,00; sacked, 12.00;
iliorlK, 12.0013.00; chop feed, il.oo
Poultry.. Spring chickens, toe lb.
Hogs.. Dressed, 3.
Live Cattle., 22j.
Sheep.. Live, 1.25.
Wool .best, I2lic.
butter.. liest dairy, 8c; fancy creamery
Farm Smoked Meat Tlaem. net him
90; sliouluers, $cJ
Old peoplo who require medicine to
reguiato the bowels nnd kidneys will
hid tho true remedy In Electric Bit
ters. 'Ihlsmedlclnodoes not stlmu
ate and contains no whiskey nor other
wiiu.Miuiii uin acis as a tonic nnu
nlterat ve It acts mildly on tho
stomach and bowels, adding strength
"i'li Blv-iPg tono t0 thc organs, thereby
aiding bntiiro In tho perrormanco of
'" ;itiuits. vaccine uittera is an
Meets all mall and passenger trains Tc
Prompt service. Te enhone Na ?n-
Capit I Transfer Co.
HARRY TOWN, PROP.
and all klmli cf woit
On farm land security Sjwul
rates on larRc loan.. L)iu
consideied wiihuut delay
Bush Rank buildinS.
MONEY TO LOAN 1
On city or farm properly.
Over Dash's Hank.
T. K. FOkDJ
F. VAN DER 11AAN,
C: o.i.V;:, 5'jiM-jr.Ti
48 1 Winter wtei.
CSTHnrd time price always.
1 inn nit 1 ummiiT nn
Hi d 11 nielli it, S11 a K
Ct7Suits $15 upwards. PanM upyaaJfrtLf
C, M. Eppley,
foimerly of Clark & Epplejr. i no
prepared to serve the public witn
everything first claw in his line, t
Simpson Pros, old stand.
- THE ELECTRIC GROCERY, -
RILEY BOARDING HOUSE
t The popular place 347 High lt,h
Wen reopened, and Is prepared It tecewe
boarders and wrnec at the roewt n1
rates. Mce suite of rooms on the groeai
floor. Sunday dinner from t to 3.
SllENEFIEUJ & RAIMJ,
vtuumii, appouzer and aids digestion,
Old Peoplo jlnd it just exactly what
they need. Prion rjv n,wi i , i.n
i i Servleos nt. nv.'tn i ,..,,i .o,
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had tho honor of bolnu Njlectod bv,V..V?,KSl iIncnt at St. lhtui, aiuieir hall corner Liberty and Court
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fl:8td-d&w ' streets.
ferenco that n communication bo ent
to Y. AV.O.A.Iiettdquartcrs nt Chicago
requesting that such a school bo held
annually upon the Pacific coast during
July and that tlio greet Ingd of tho con
ferenco bo carried by MUs Seovers to
tho convention, soon to bo held at
Lake Genera, Wis.; Ashovllle, Tonu.;
'and Noithfleld, Mass.
Gail Borden i
Eagle Brand J
"!?'nA HltVU tlttla book or
f ciUci:'wn0UuU,'MctPRESoappii. J
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