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BY
MOK1CR
-of
BKUTHBRS,
SATURDA,
AUGUST 22, 1800.
K9?&J
IWDSS
New Today.
rfrs nrx.
' ill
b
?t Kltona and Ramona
LINE TO PORTLAND.
STEAMIi'lVs
LEAVE
' DAILV.
Portland. 6:45 a. m.
Salem 7 a. m., except Surnlay.
Ouirlt'ilme, rcgitl.ervice and clieap
. ...rntca ...
M. TlALDWiN,
Accnt, Salem
1 sa ?
Your
Choice
of any $1,00
$1,25 or $1,50
Straw Hat
Carpet Varp
In nil colors sell !y tlic
pound ortVpound buncli.
Muslins and Sheetings,
bleached nnd unbleached
nil widths and prices.
Silkolines.
Some oft lie choicest pat
terns ever shown in very
latest colorific.
Remember
Musln underwear one
lialt off.
Sliirt Waists,
Choice up lo iST.n0 for
?fo.
T. floiversoD.
L
M
n
U
JIM ANDERSON NO MOKE.
His Monkeyslup Dislocaten Ills Neck
and Expires.
Yesterday ovmliin occurred a sail
und distressing accident, which takes
from our midst a character well
known to fie. Salem public. .Ilm, the
father of Old 1)111 Anderson's family
of pet monkeys, had the misfortune to
become entangled In Ills chain and
threw himself over it beam In suclra
manner as to dislocate his neck, and
when found had expired.
.Mm was a kind and obliging father,
a good provider and a warm friend of
his people. lie leaves a wife i(iid child
to mourn his sudden departure to the
great unknown. He was burled this
morning on a plat of ground adjoining
his summer residence on Paradise
alley, with all pomp nnd ceremony us
ual to such occasions.
CHURCH SERVICES TOMORROW
PERSONAL.
For
06.
), J, Dalrymple Co,
THE 8ELL3 DROS, & FOREPAUQH.
Monster Aggregation of Animals nnd
Performers.
rPlir.illifti.in, tlin.l.iiF .ii... i..l twl.,,l
streets lutvo been almost Impassible,
for blocks, owing to tlio thousands
that turned out to welcome Sells Bros.
& Forcpaugh'H monster circus.
The show arrived, In this city, at
an early hour, this morning, and
pitched Its four-ring tent Just east of
the .Southern Pad lie passenger depot.
Ilesldes the main tent there Is a largo
menagerie, a united sldo show nnd
over a dozen smaller tents In which
lire, kept tho horses, etc. Every ex
pectation, regarding the circus, was
more than realized In the patado,
which covered iidlRtanco, of over n
mile. Unlike most itggregatloiis.ticlls
Ilros. & Foropaugh's show bills do
not exaggerate or overestimate the
poorless performances, of the com-
puny
Tho performance this afternoon,
was witnessed by bovoral hundred pco-
plo and those present highly compli
mented tho management.
Tho ndmlHslon price, which hits
horotoforo been $1 has hns been ro
ditccd to f0 cents, which should In
sure a crowded tent nt thoovenlng
performance Salem pcoplo should
show their appreciation, of allrst
class circus, by liberally patronizing
tho ono now hero. It Is far superior
to any aggregation that hns visited
our city for years.
A Novkl Fkatuiik. An amusing
and nttrnctlvo feature of tho Uryun
rati Heat Ion will bo nn eight horse load
of wheat contributed by tho farmers
of Marlon county to bo sold at publlo
auction nttho corner of Stato and
Commercial streets to bo turned Into
tho campaign fund to show tho Inter
est that farmers aro taking in tho
light against tho British gold
standard.
Notice to the Public.
Sotno very busy porson, with mora
tluto to attend to othor peoplo's af
fairs than his own, has reported that
wo aro not buying wheat now days at
tho mill. Plcaso tako notlco that wo
aro at nil times In tho market for
whent. II. 11. Holland,
Agent Salem Flouring Mills Co.
8 10 (It
E. N. Fl.i,r,r ivih in Portland today
on business.
Web. Holmes csiiie down last even
ing from Portland.
Hanker J. II. Albert wiik a Portland
business visitor today.
Mrs. V. T. Orny and family re
turned today fiom the seaside.
ltecelver F. It. Anson went to J'oit
liintl on the early morning train.
Miss A. llraudcnhurg returned on
the afternoon train from Newport.
Mrs. Emma Test. Wilson, or Port
land, Is tho guest of Mrs.F. Sauvaln.
Attorney-General C. M. Jdlcman re
turned this afternoon to Portland.
Attorney Wcbstr Holmes transacted
legal business In nervals this morn
ing. r
Shcrm Heckman Is about again,
after it short Iny-up from sprained
ankles.
Miss Maude Jackson wasamem: the
Salcmltcs returning today from the
seaside.
Deputy County Clerk .1. II. Olesy,
has returned from an outing at tho
seaside.
Mrs. J. L. Easthain, of Portland, Is
visiting her father L. .7. Ualloy, of
South Salem.
Ilov. II. A. Denton returned this
morning from a visit of several days
In Portland.
Misses-Annie nnd May Morris, Scio,
aro tho guests at tho homo of Judge
II. A. Johnson.
County Superintendent Geo. W.
Jones returned on tho afternoon local,
from Newport.
.Mrs. E. A. Mellon Is unite 111 nt her
Liberty street home, hnvlng been
tnkou down nt Wllholt.
Misses Lulu mid Gertrude Hlrsch
returned today from an outing of
about two weeks nt Newport.
Mrs. S. It. Jessup, Albort Jcssup,
Miss Mno Carpenter and A. E. Strang
nnd family, nro homo from Wllholt.
Mrs. Mel Hamilton and sons, Lau
dlo and Ira, returned this afternoon,
from a summer's outing nt Newport.
Miss N. Eva Leo, of tho Reform
school, wonttoPortlnnd this morning
whoro sho will bo tho guest of hor sis
tor, Mrs.L. K. Cnmpbcll.
Stato Superintendent nnd Mrs. G.
M. Irwin returcd this nfternoou from
Newport whero they hnvo been la at
tendance nt tho Tcncher'8 Institute.
Aleck Molr, assistant In the Ladd
& Hush bank, loft this morning via
Grey Englo to Portland, for Astorln
and Ocean Park.whero ho will spend n
week's vacation.
Misses Nova Grlswold nnd limn
Holland wont to Oregon City via Groy
Englo this morning. They will spend
u number of weeks with friends thoro
nnd also In Portland.
Alvln Urlggs of Alo P. O., was In
tho city today. Ho Is tho gentleman
wuo mauo sucn a greni success pre
paring tho meats for tho Lyons bar
becuo nnd may bo engaged to handle
tho meats for the great Salem freo
sliver barbecue Sopteinber 5.
Max Smith on Trial.
Portland Tribune, Aug. 21: Mnx
Smith, of Salem, who tried to entice
Maud Howe, n country girl, Into tho
disorderly house on Filth and Pine
street, kept by Edna Carlisle, Is hnv
lng a trial In the municipal court
this afternoon, Mr. J. T. Mllner pre
siding In the absence of Judge Swcck.
The evidence of Chief of Police Mlnto,
Detective Cody and Miss Howe, was
substantially the same. Tho defend
ant had promised to secure a situation
for tho complaining witness nnd had
lured her into the disreputable house
and asked the proprietress to pay him
$ ifi. for her. Instead, Mrs. Carlisle
not I lied the police and caused his arrest.
Self Supporting Students.
Fully half the students enrolled at
the State Normal at Monmouth nro
either wholly or partially self-supporting.
At least 00 per cent come from
tho country. Many teach a year and
attend school n year. Tho expenses
are very light from $100 to $1110 a
year for living, books and tuition.
Twenty-four counties were repre
sented last year.
Foit Stkahno Cuickkns. Friday
evening George Hlllycr was arrested
charged with stealing chickens. It
seems II. O. Drown, of Highland, dis
covered yesterday morning that four
teen of his sptlng chickens had left
quite unceremoniously the preceding
nlghtt. Ho Immediately reported his
loss to Chlof of Police Dilley, who no
tified tho various hotols and boarding
houses, about tho city of tho theft,
and requested them to report to him,
If anyono should call with chickens
for sale. Last evening, In response to
a message from Mrs. M. E. Pogue,
who conducts a boarding houso on
Front street, Chief Dilley repaired to
that part or the city, where ho found
Mr. Illllyor with fourteen dressed
chickens In his possession. Ho was at
onco arrested, and taken to tho city
Jail. When brought before Dccorder
Edes this morning, Mr. Hlllycr asked
until Monday at 10 a. in., to plead.
TlIU WOKIC AT GOIILK. A fOICO or
twenty men, In the employ or A.
Mason, left for Oregon City this
morning by tho steamer Grey Eagle
where thoy will bo Joined by an equal
number of men who lort Salem Friday
morning going ovorlniid. Thoy will
proceed to Goble rroni Oregon City
where thoy will work on tho railroad
near that city. Contractor Mason took
tho Salem local for Oregon City whore
ho will Join tho men and superintend
tho work.
F1K3T UAITIST.
Dev.J P. Farmer, pastor. Morn
ing services at 10::iu. Pre.n'hing by
the pastor. Subject. -The Two
Shrines." The offertory will be a se
lection bv Hie orchestra. Sunday
school at "12 o'clock. W. II. Farmer,
superintendent: Dr. K. M. Huid as
sistant. The Y. P. H. ('. E. will meet
nt 7 n. in. Topic, "The Duty and Joy
or Church Membership," led by Mrs..
Cooley. All arc cordially welcome to
these services. There will not be any
evening services In the chinch.
i'lKST I'ltKSUYTKMAN
Rev. W. Steele, pastor. At 10:.'f0 a.
ui., tho subject Is "Enlarged Vision
and Knowledge." At 8 n. m. sub
JccV'Illdden and Sought Treasurers."
Sunday school at 12 (noon.) Chinese
Sunday school at a.UO. Junior En
deavor a t -1:30. Senior Christian En
deavor at7:45. PrnvermcctlngTuiirs-
clay evening. Come.
PHKSHYTUKIAN KNDEAVOK.
The meeting Sunday evening, be
ginning at 8 o'clock, will be led by
Miss Clara Pooler. Subject, "Joy In
Church Membership." Allyoungpeo
pie aro cordially Invited to attend the
services. An attractive fen lure of
the meetings Is the music by the
young people's choir.
I'lKST UNITED KVANfJKLlCAL.
On Cottage street, near Liberty: J.
Dowcrsox, pastor. Preaching at lUiflO
a. m. and 8 . m. tomorrow. Prof. I).
M. Metzer, will occupy tho pulpit In
the morning at least. Sunday school
at 12 m. K. L. C. E. at 0.45.
Y. M. C. A. Dov. Elwoood Scott
will address the men's meeting nt the
loung iMen's Christian Association
rooms, Sunday afternoon, at 4 o'clock.
Special Instrumental music. All men
arc cordially Invited to attend this
meeting.
BVANQKLICAL CIITJUCII.
Corner or Seventeenth nnd Che
meketa streets. Ezra Miiurcr, pastor.
Preaching at 11 a. in. and 8 p. in.
Sunday school at 10 a. in. C. T. Doty,
superintendent. Y. P. A. meeting at
7 p. in. Subject, "Evidence or a New
wean." a it aro welcome.
CIIANOK OF TIME.
Per nureenicnt. bv members or the
Ministerial Association, beginning
with September, tho evening preach
ing nnd prayer service will begin at
7:.')0 Instead or 8 o'clock, In the several
churches.
EVANGELICAL.
Corner or Liberty nnd Centerstreets.
P. Dlttncr, pastor. Sunday school at
10 a. m. Preaching at 11 and 8 p. in.
iu are coruuuiy invueci.
FIllBT CONC1UEOATIONAL.
Dr. "W. C. Kantncr. pastor. Preach
ing at 10:30 a. m.. Sunday school at
12 in. Y. P. S. C. E. at 7 p. m.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE.
Services at 10:."J0 a. m.and 7:30 p. Hi
nt their hall corner Liberty and Court
streets.
BRUTALLY BEATEN.
A. White AttacJ.e.1 at 1IU Pl.tce of Bust-
i
About 4 o'clock Filday afternoon :
James Strleklln, a hor-e tralner.mado
a brutal attack on Ashley White, the
State sticct feed dealer at the hitter's
place or bushiest. It sconi't Jauics
Long accompanied by James Sti Ickllu
came hi from tho fairgrounds toorder
some feed. Mr. Long tiling the order
with Mr. White. Strlcklln, whom Mr.
White had never seen before then be
gan a conversation with the feed
dealer, In which he alleged that Mr.
"White did not weigh grain correctly.
To this Mr. White repllcd"my opinion
or you Is that you aro a stinking
skunk." Strlcklln then struck Mr.
White two blows, knocking him down
and that hlscowardlcc might be better
exhibited, Strlcklln kicked Mr. White
twice squarely In the race. Tho as
sailant then took to his heels but was
later arrested by Chief Dilley and
taken befoie Dccorder Edes when ho
was released on $20 ball, the custom
ary amount required on charge or as
sault and battery. Ho will be given a
hearing berore Dccorder Edes Monday
morning.
E. J. Swalford, Jos. Schlndlcr and
others reached Mr. White within a
tedtw:
ze SPECIAL x '
Dredss - Good
11 SALE.
Ith: For a 31 Inch Serge In black and iiavv
21c For rancy iiilxtuies rail patterns.
2.")C Extra bargain 42 Inch Serge.
47tf Fuu lino or 40 inch Henriettas. ,.
42c Now lino or all wool mixtures.
470-W) Inch all wool storm Serges, all shades.
43c Now lino or Doucles. all shades.
23031 Inch all wool Tricot, all shadM
47c Choice or 20 natterii8. 40 Inch all wnnVi.i,.,.i, ,
.'hose prices tor the day only. "murs.
s
rrTT
. " tt?"' est 0
257 Commercial st.
Do you like Dcvelcd Ham ? If so try our 5ccnt
article it's all right, Wc have some very Jgood
canned Apricots that wc arc closing out at 10c,
Washing ammonia, full quarts, 15c per bottle,
HflRRITT & LAWRENCE.
P, O, Grocery
Agents for Worldx-Bcatcr Sojp,
AT ASYLUM.
Preaching by Dev. E. Scott, at 2 p.
in. tomorrow.
The Eov. Mr. Steele or iho First
Presbyterian church or this nlncc.wlil
give an address nt tho W. O. T. U.
hall, Sunday, 4 p. m. All cordially
Invited.
Thuee Committees. Chairman
Win. llcndershott, E. P- Morcom and
King Hubbard, or tho Democratic, Dl
metallic and Peoplo's party county
central committees respectively, were
hi tho city today to select the head
quarters ror tho campaign and make
Joint arrangements ror a vigorous
canvass. It will not bo a two-tailed
but n three-headed and a thousand
legged affair and tho war will be car
ried Into each precinct, or tho banner
Republican county.
Circulate Dryan's speech,
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Josenh. of Tort.
OrnfJ Rl5rlrif .Qn1i 1 1 lrtucl, who liavo been rusticating for a
....i .iw i week near
See grand display in big corner win
dow. nui line
10x4 gray blankets, 7Go a pair.
11x4 gray blankets, very largo, $1.00
a pair.
11x4 very heavy gray blankets, $1.60
u pair,
10x4 hair wool gray blankets, fci.iM a
pair.
10x4 lino gray wool blankets, $3.25
a pair.
10x1 lino white wool blankets, $1.00
a pair.
1W lino gray blunkots, all purest
wool, $1.60 a pair.
11x4 lino white blankets, all purest
wool. $5.50 a pair.
Fall goods now coming in. Dulanco
of summer goods now at clcaranco
prices.
.Willi Bros. & Co,
Court and Liberty.
-j.no uasn .ury, iuooos,
Shoo House.
Independence, wore In tho
city yesterday and siwnt a vory pleas
ant evening with Mrs. Joseph's old
irienu, .Mrs u. w. nonnio, or south
Salem. They returned homo on tho
early boat this morning.
When a circus
hard times, thou
war.
strikes a town
comes tho tug
Bo Sure you are Right
And then go ahead. If your blood U impure,
your appitue fillng, your nerve weak, you
may be tuie that Hood' SariaptllU U what
you need. Then take no sufotitulc. Intltt
upon Hood1 and only Hood's. This U the
medicine which has the largest talei In the
world. Hood' Samprilla U the One True
Dlood Purifier.
Hood'alMli art prompt, eflicien t, va)
reliable, eaiy to tale, cay to operate.
To the Taxpayers of Marlon County,
Tho county board of equalization
will convene at t) o'clock u, ni Aug
list, 31. IKiHl. mill will lu In cnaolnn civ
Slothing and consecutive days. D. I). Coffoy,
I county assessor, d&w
Ouro for Headache
As a remedy (or all forms of Hra.l.irl,,..
Electric Hitters has proved to be the very
best. It effects n permanent cure nnd I lie
moat dreaded habitual sick headache yellds to
Its inlluence. We urge all who are aflliced to
pro ure a bottle, ant give this remedy n fair
trial. In cass of habitual constipation Elec
tric Hitlers cures by giving tin needed lone
to the bowela, and few case i long resist the
Uie of this medicines. Try it once. Fifty
cents and i,oo nt Fred A. to's Drue
store.
Awarded
Highest Honors World's Fair
Medal, Midwinter Pair.
F CHEAM
BAKING
P0MD1R
(Moat Perfect Made.,
40 Ytaxt.tke.Staadr.nJ,
A Lawn Party.
Friday ovonlng tho Misses Sherman
gave a delightful lawn party at their
suburban homo on Prospect avenuo In
honor of their cousins, Misses Lillian
and Florence Hobklrk.ofPortland.who
have been their guests tho past two
week's. Considerable good tasto was
shown hi tho decoration or tho lawn
with Japanese lanterns which added
materially to tho attractiveness therc
oL .Many new and entertaining games
were played followed by delicious re
freshments. Miss Lotta Sherman
proved her senso of sight, smell and
tasto to be moro accurato than tlinsn
of her companions and carried off as
tlrst prlzo a beautiful cup and saucer.
Owing to Mr.IIal Copeland's apparent
deficiency In detecting tho threo
souses, that gentleman was awarded
tho booby prlzc-a toy Chlnanian-
wliom ho christened "Ono Lung Yet
I Sing." At a lato hour the guests
departed voting tho Misses Sherman
entertalnersor unusual ability. Tlioso
present were: Misses Lillian and
Florence Hobklrk, Blanche Woodford,
Lena White, Stella, Lotta and
Minnie Sherman, Ella Brlggs, Carrie
iins, ma Dasey, Besslo and Vina
Sherman, Mrs. Grace Osborne; Messrs.
W. J. Culver, John McCourt, Luko L.
Linn, J. D. Wlnstaiiloy.'Chas. Houlat,
Chas. Savage, Doy Burton, Chas. E.
Doblln, Lcsllo Hunter, Chas. Town-
senci, naroiu (Jopoland, Fred It.
nowersox, John W. Cochran and Mas
ter Edgar Shcrinun.
i:w niDS.-Clrcuit Judge Hewitt
uus ordered K. C. Glltner, receiver or
tho Stato lusuriinco company, to hold
another salo or tho Salem motor lino
tho lit! Jo car system-nnd Thursday.
Sopteinber 1st, Is tho date tlxed ror tho
siitnc
row seconds arter tho attack when
thoy cared ror unfortunate man uil II
tho arrival or Dr. Dyrd. Although
tho cuts on Mr. White's race will cause
him considerable pain thoy are not or
a serious nature. Altogether It was a
very cowardly and unwarranted at
tack on the part or Strlcklln,esneclally
arter ho had knocked Mr. White to
tho lloor.
the World J
Deafness Cannot Be Cuied
by local applications as they cannot
reach tho diseased portions of tho
ear. There Is only ono wav to euro
deafness, and that Is by constitutional
remeuies. ueainess is caused uyan
lutlamcd condition of tho mucous
lining or the Eustachian tube. When
this tube Is lntlamcd you have a
rumbling sound or hnnerfect licarlmr.
and when It Is entirely closed, E-car-
ncss is tno result, and unless tho
Inflamation can bo taken out, nnd
this tubo restored to Hs normal condl
tlnn hearing will bo destroyed ror
over; nine cases out or ten aro caused
by catarrh, which Is nothing but an
Inflamed condition or tho mucous
surfaces.
Wo will give Ono Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot bo cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure.rscnd for cir
culars; rice.
F. J. Chknky, &Co., Toledo, O.
(S)Sold by druggists, 75c.
Many Persons
do not see well as they should. Others
sco wen, out tucir eyes become tired.
Glasses properly llttcd will rellovo
this. I have annlianr.es. skill nrwi ov.
perjencp to lit any eye that glasses
win neip.
,,. C. II. Hincjus.
ntf 235 Commercial street.
Ifest in
i mipi v viA
fYiT j ii n.
A WiWS JZ
( mJtig,
THE MARKETS,
SILVER.
New Vork, AuG 22.-Silver, 6SJi ,
L1VK STOCK
Chicago, Aug. 22 Ho2 Llclii ti r
3.6e; heavy 2.7o3 5o. R ' 9
Caiteljeeves f3.90O4.70j COy , ,
heifers $1.75(3.15. m
Kheej) Steady.
GRAIN.
Chicago. AuB..22.-Vlieat, ca.htji.
bept. S71.. , " '
t'ORTLAND MARKET.
I'ROVISIOV.
I'onland, Aug. 22. Wheat vsller 11.
52; Walla Walli, 449, ltJ' J"
i-iour roriland, 2.85; Demon
2.05; granam, 2.50; superline. $2.25
coin ,
. S2.1C n.. ...
Oats-White, 3o3ic; Ey,28jVr k,
Darren, 4 ,,,
in bags, 4.3SS.35i
cases. 1.75.
fl-.-. .. r - n
iuiuiuc... wicgon, 75C(g3 ir
A1UV..VJUUU. lOfffllO.CO Dtfr fim
Wool.. Valley. Wm; K.utern r,
uk
'
Branson Co,
Sole Agents, Salem,
Will Not PerformMiracles
But It Will Cure.
A Valuable Prescription.
T.wi(1,t'o Morrison, of Wortlilngton,
Intl., Sun," writes: "You liavo a
valuable 1 prescription In Electric Bt
tcrs,niHUcan cheerfully recommend
"" voiisiiiKiiionandstciciieadnche.
and as a general system tonioithas no
equal." Mrs. Annln stniil -ww n."
sXwHsssCitv!2v
COLT TAKEN UP.
A threo-year-old colt, bay color nnd white
star in forehead, was taken up by the undei
signed. Owner can have same by proving
property and paying costs. Call at place, 5
miles east of Salem, on Macleay road.
22 im I. R. PICKENS.
Illsluni.. Bran. 112. lorn w:,luri.rw
Poultry- Chickens, mucd,3j.5, til
ers. $i.22,25; ducks, j2i3jKceM,i(ai,
turkeys, live, lo. -
Hides.. green, salted 60 1L 5c; unlet
60 lbs 44cj sheep pelts, lo7oc.
Hops. .Oregon, 2 to 3c, accordion to qnaL
Ity.
Butter. .Orecon fancy creamerv. itfi.it-
fancy dairy, 2o2s; fair to Reed, ijjfjo;
Cheese .Oregon full cream, 9,
Eggs.. Oregon, Ucperdoi.
Deef. .Topsteers, 2.25(2.40 per lb; Iw
to good steers. 22 3.50; cowl, iJiglJc;
dressed beef, 3y,wA
SAN FKANClbCO- MARKET.
San Francisco, Aug. 22. Wheat, 965,';
Wool.. Oregon, choice,io(B)uo; inferior;
7c, valley, 8oc.
Hops Quotable at 24C.
Potatoes 50(3650 per sack,
Oats Milling, 85(490.
SALEM MAKKET.'
Wheat., 41c per du., market firm.
Oats .30c.
Hay., Dated, cheat, 75o8.oo;ri!iiialti;,
10.00.
Flour, .In wholesale lots, 3.001 retail,
3,20; bran, hulk 11.00 12,50; sacked, nw
shorts, 12.5013.50; chop feed, 11.000
12.00.
Poultry.. I lens 5c; Spring chickens, 6e lb.
Voal.Dresod, $yt.
Hogs..Dresied, a3Y,.
Live Cattle.. I i2.;
Sheep.. Live, 1,25.
Wool..Uet. I2c.
IIo)i..J;si, 45e.
Kgg..CaMi. 1 2C.
Butter,. best dairy, I3j',c; bncy ciearetir
20c.
Cheese .!2c.
Farm Smoked "Meats Uacct, ojc; hs
90; shoulders, 5c.1
Potatoes,, 70c per bu.
Wanted-All girls to knotvthat'ilw
Cako" will not imiko their hands red
llko common soap. Save the wrapperi
They are worth a cent apiece, jstf
D
IL MILES' P.ESTORAT1VE NERVINE
tago Grove, Ave., Chicago, was all run
down, could not eat nor digest food,
had a backache which nover left her
'thV ?l &"! and weary, but six bot
ties, or l-.leotrtc Bitters restored her
Ucalt, renewed her strength.
Brlces 60 cents and $1.00. Got a Dottlo
at Fred A. Legg's Drug Storo.
L. M. s.- Ding blue boxes or tole
phono Tor a blcyclo messenger.
Soap Foam Washing pOWUr
will not make tlic Jclothes yel
low, nor burn the hands,
euros nervous prostration. Not ml
raculously. but sclontlflenll t nt
removlDB tho germs of dUoase, and thon
luppljlnc healthy norvo food, increasine
tho appetite, helping digestion and strength
onlng the ontiro system. Desperate cases
require prolonged treatment as shown by
that of Mrs. M. P. Reed, of Delta. Iowa, who
writes! "As the result of a lightning stroke,
tho physicians said I had alight stroke of
paraiMls, my limbs would all draw up, I
Dr. Miles' would havo ""robbings
lXcrvine unendurable. For three
Rpctnt-Po months I could not sleep
4vwoiui C5 and for threo weeks did
Heflltll not cloaa mJ eyes. I
felt that if relief did not come I would be
mV ' !1!,ane l t00k Dr-Mlles' Restora.
w 0rV, and the 8econd nlBh lept two
hours and f rora that time on my health Im
proved, slowly at fit, but stead'S and
n. J k l0 " i0 nd I cannot
express how arateful I am. for I am now
fo9 Z?rn' an1 havo Ukcn o medicine
uT f?Ur Jnontl', Dr. Mills' Nervine
mdf d!uUta on guarantee that flnt
bottle benefits ox money refunded.
Mttf8ifl:riknS?t,,iu,dT.e8te00' D'-MU
Notice to Bridge Contractors.
Xotlco Is hcroby given that no war
rants will bo drawn ror construction
or county bridges until contractors
for tho sumo shall liavo furnished to
tho county court certified recolpts
showing that all- labor and materials
entering Into tho construction of
ouuii urioges navo been paid for.
., .. 4 G. P. Tehrell,
"wl&wtf County J udge,
Five cool delicious gallons
corked up tight in bottles 1
When you are thirsty it's
ready. Make it yourself.
HIRES Rootbeer.
AtM.r4aiD4tiitsUu, BUtTfr;vkin.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
ilall.
at tutors
(f
SS
' fata
Ti?hoo(,?aIer w,, J'8- 'll I'ave no
Hoc Cake soap," practically admit
that ho does not sell tlrst quality
goods, ir ho says ho lias something
foV8i nsB0'!tyou will know at once
ll,a.tl10 'W'B t0 sel' 3'ou an iu
rerlor article. There is moro cloathlng
MMwujniiij- ioor soap man oy actual
n r? M' ,,vtJ "'fan rois cue ciotn.
Hoo Cako contains neither freo alkali
nor worthless lining.
JOHN HUGHES-
Dealer in groceries, paints, oils,
window glass, varnishes, and
the most complete stoce of
brushes of all kinds in the
state, Artists' materials, lime.
hair, cement and shingles, and
finest nitfliifv of ffrass sztds.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
TO KENT-Dcubie cottage on Souit 1 Coo
mcrclal and Helleview. two blocks fioapetf
ofTice. Hot water mil baih! mnUn W
nroveinents. Inquire $i Comroerci ti. si "
aer,. tract of land in Hampden Park aminos.
on Asylum avenue. Will jffi
property in Salem. Address ., cue jw
nai. , r
FOR SALE OK TKAU&MS Jj
proyed farm land, 4 miles eiit M Ssm.
new house, new barn, running water,
sell or trade for cheaper land. Address"
M. Reeves. Salem. Or. r-rTGT.
FOR SALE-Urlvingnure wjsito
gain; weight about 1160: good W J1
quire of Wm. Brown & Co. j-
CARTET-PAPER-Large iTTg J
brown wrapping pap" ji?cA
the thing for putlinR under carpets.
loumai oince. .
Kindergarten and
Primary School
CUfU
umiia
oastohi
' ll
vrav
-en bu toT
Mrs. U, w. wK '" 1 j;Artjnti r
garten, including pnmsrrdepsrtffl
arateroom. Also ",
Training Class fofe
dUffite
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