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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 1 January 1894

HTBNlNfe OACTTXl. JbtfSifAJti, MONDAY, JANUARY 1. 1804. ENTERPRISE FOR SALEM. Setting the Forces of Nature to Work. WILDING UP OCR CAPITAL CITY. riiat tho Sidney Power Company Proposes to Do. The Sidney Power Company, wboae articles of Incorporation were recently tiled with tbo Secretary of State, la an enterprise which means much to the future welfare and development of the entire Willamette valley. Tho incor porators are, J. M. Wallace, president of the Salem Water company and trus tee of the R. S. Wallace estate, J. M. Kyle, of Salem, aud H. F. Wallace, of Portland. The compuny has purchased tho fluest water power in the valley, without any exception, and proposes in time to utlllzu it for the purposes of vUieratlug electricity and kindred in dustries. It is the power produced by the ditch from the Santiam river to Ankeny, on the Willamette, which was orlginully constructed by the Fair- view Milling and Ditch company. In the past it has only been used for oper ating the Aukeny Fl...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 1 January 1894

Th Krolution of a Coramun ity. A K Years lltlon itlvea a splendid ooaortunlty to revlflw the evolution of cwamtralty. No one baa closer op jwrtnoitto to make uoli a study than wJorallt. More than any other i profcairfooal occupation, Journalism! brloga Its devotee Into contact with all that's beat and worst of a community. Ita strongest and weakest members aro continually before his mental vision for contlderatlon or criticism. Ouo con tlnuous revelation of the good and the bad pawes In panoramic profusion tbroirli the brain of a dally uowspapor ud only the cbaitest Intellect escapes confiwfon In the endless couttmplatlop of wUt le worst and best of a comiuun ity. It has been said that journalism con duees to pessimism. The argument is that those who engage la this pursuit mora than any other clas of educators all that l bd of society and lit) inanity, That dally familiarity with crimes and horrors, with police and divorce courts, with drunkenness awl immorality, undermlues the indi...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 1 January 1894

r?& K fe- P ' fr V l ,1 41 I' v ft lax: ....-.v.-.M,.r..w .,., .7'.f7.17'.- ;Yi,iA:ii'!tAmW'iiM:mt,iJli.., .. itr-y ifffl kip '? ji lr."'1 "" ' 'JHI FINANCES Comparison of Appro priations Made 1891 and 1893. ci net For Asylnm and Penitentiary Increased Expenditures. CAUSED BY THE GROWN" OF Defective Population Cared for at Oregon Elemonsynary Institutions. APPROPRIATIONS OF 1893. The general appropriation bill parsed by tbo legUlature of 1893 carried appro priations fr general state expeusos (uot Including expenses of the manage ment of trust funds for which no taxa tion ia required), amounting to $1,449, 702 29, which may be divided as follews: For buildings, land, repairs und improvements $304,205.00 For uid of Institutions uot formerly aided by the state 10,000.00 For purchase of stoye foun dry at peulteutiary 05,000.00 For payment of deficiencies on account of the expenses of 1891 and 1892.1 138,184.70 For all other general expenses 920,312.63 There was also appropriated by ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 1 January 1894

w: M B n jnuGJSJUNt ojunxAA. rUCttSCTAJ,- iIOTAY. JA2TUAHY- X, i4 UilS JLX AC8KEM HomMng About the Staple Crops in Oregon. Prtpaed for the 2?KW Yak' Jotw- U every eoenty of ib tt ; jw or fe-we-nrzentod school latHi jet pen for entry, besides. In many eoanUei, railroad land, whtefa may t ar-hased t reasonable price- r a' lasprrmd land may be bwgbt from MWBtboKtew at price ranging from . tn one hundred dollars per sere, -.-1 the tocalloo and amount ad quality of improve-oem-. . Mbooi land beioogs to the state, aod to arfd at on dollar and twnly-nve eeota per acre. It U proper to say that tb best government aoa bco - fo already taken, especially tbat which fe wJtblo easy reacb of railroad or iber transportation facilities. There fo vast quantity of government land, Md eoosiderabfa school land, nnocco yfod In tbe nortb-a-tero, eastern, and feeUtea-tero parU of Oregon, wblcb fa rf excelteot quality for agriculture aod grasinj-, Tb greater part of these sec tfoa fo fr removed from railroa...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 2 January 1894

6 PAPERS A WEEK! Ueto. a aaeratk by Kail Prepaid 1b Adraaoe. No Papers Seat When Time Is Out. $3.00 a Tear. JOURNAI ADVERTISERS The Journal has a Larger Cir- XJL Jl Jl X JTjlX-J culntlnn In Satem and Maria County tlmu any Salem nowsnn- par. Boo our list. IIOFKR JKO -.W 49 i' 'ublliliom. as V VOL. G. "'foT' HMD'S Roy SUB -IN OUR $15.00 ' . Our neighbors are trying to sell a few chestnuts on a fluke sale. We don't do things lu halves, but make a clean sweep. From this date we will give you your choice of any SOU OR OVERCOAT . In our house for $15:00.. All go. No reserve. Come and see what $15.00 will buy A. S. BRASFIELD. Ed. C. JED. Meeker & Co., Hop Exporters OFFICE, Oberheim Block, up stairs, Salem. TF. A. TBMPLETON, Gcn'l Agent. PUIIPPLI8IB1 " yu wanfc your kuse pro vnUnviilLL perly heated at small expense call on 22 -us at BURROUGHS lOS State Street. THE NEW . WILLAMETTE STABLES Completed and ready to wait ou customers. Horses boarded by day or week at reasonable prices. We ke...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 2 January 1894

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Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 2 January 1894

fcllllfewaMtfaMlJPWM BE'IHV'EIN TWO YEARS REV. DR. TALMAGE PREACHES ELO QUENTLY ON SHORTENED LIVES. Too Much Tltun Spent In a I'mirorloof Longevity The Temptations or Success. Compensations of Death The Worth of a Clear 'Conscience. BROOKLYN, Dec. 81. In the foienoon tervice nt tho Brooklyn Tabernacle to ' e'ay, Rev.Dr. Talraago preached on tho enbject of "Shortened Lives; or, A Cheer ful Goodby to 1803." The text Belected was Isaiah lvii, i, "The righteous is taken away from tho evil to come." We have written for the last timo nt tho head of onr letters and business docu ments the figures 1893. "With this day closes tho year. In January last wo cele brated its birth. Today we attend its obsequies. Another 12 months have beeucut out of bur earthly continuance, ami it is a timo for absorbing reflection. Wo rill upend much time-in panegyric of longevity. Wo consider it a great thing-to live to be an octogenarian. If any one dies in youth, wo say, "What a pity J" Dr. Muhlenberg in old ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 2 January 1894

The A oppof H pwtn (be J proft bring tiMt'B lUiat contitti conal tluuo bad Ibrou ud COUfW of itv. Mti ". I. VWPf uoeea tbitt ti morel seey manic crime tltvor imoie, world ood; This I Ml and r.d stems' town ofjn efl the rig UatetJ each ooo wj IBbJ lawya limi M9irl press hw JB0Q8 tcfc publi shori alws wroi hM Indtf kmIi and or othe oftti tJK( ta thai! udIi nun musi unci! who Unfl fn will Pl pwl of I coin tu tlnl prlv toi M u Il Mt Hfc; 1 MTTEND Closin WOO ft At Everything in the stock goo. Ail now goods.. Come and bo onvinced. The Palace D. G. & S. Co., .307 COMMERCIAL STREET. When You Buy FURNITURE Interview KELLKK & SON'S. Corser Commercial and Chem"keti street. Tliplf low prices will win yor ever, Try them on' e. Local Dates. Jas, SO. By Perkins -omfy. Hoad IIbi'ORT L. J. Marlln, ci road district No. 21 has Died his annua report. There are 87 poll, number o days roft'l tat worked 2)3 lit) Inwt I) square rallen of territory, II- received $170 from this county. He pild IjIiii...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 3 January 1894

w 6 PAPERS A WEEK! 25 eta. amenth by Mail Prepaid la Advance. No Papers Sent Whop Time 1r Out. $3.00 a Year. "S 1UT ADYERTI8BES Tho Journal has a Career Clr- culatlon In Balera and Maries !' County than any Salem nerttpa per. Bee our lists. IIOVER rroe CAPITAL JOURNAL o'f tg to a 3r 03, at 9U od vek to ill ry It u 1 W Publishers. VOL. 6.- DAILY EDITION. SALEM, (TREGON, WEDNESDAY, J-AJSTCJARY a, i8J4. DAILY EDITION. No.sn. if "N M m W I Mill IS lULi It is a good plan to make your purchases at a store where you can always find the very best goods at the 1- 'West possible prices. If you will take a little trouble to examine the stock and notice the prices at I EI MI RACKET You will find that on an average per cent on every article bought Their Shoe Stock is especially attractive to economical buyers They carry the best line of St. Louis Sh es and sell them nfc prices that cannot be duplicated west of the Rocky mountains. In the hosiery and underwear departments they will surprise you a...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 3 January 1894

W m mmi jornmt, rSWOWBKD DAIM", KXCK1T HUWDAY. ftpttt! Journal Publishing Company PMto:nco Block. CommercU.1 Street. HOf ER BROTHERS, Editors. Ustly, by cafrler, jwr month IXUIf. O" lliH, per )li, Wtl, pu Pr jer,. A lUalNE.SS SKSSluN. Tint first senloti of the city council for 1&4 showed m decree ofunamlnlty sad cuibtlsiMm for retrenchment and forbrlriglng the city ujxn a bunlues." butts that was very gMtlfylng to all who believe In the application of good buxlowe methods to public nllulrs. Tits'JoaKNAfc peaks for the peopl la saying that thry appreciate what lias been done. Those Interested In keeping up high salaries, warrants at h discount, the city treasury bankrup and repudiation of all moral oblfgatloi to the taxpayer-It there were any uel were defeated. The young men who sot their fan ftffalut relreuchtuetit uud reform, aur the application of thoitrlcleit.builutw Methods to public ulUlrs make tin mistake of their life. The mere deeln to bold public ofllce backed by an ap ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 3 January 1894

fi SLEPT IN A DEN OF SNAKES. Fearful Fate That Overtook a Newly Slur ried Couple In Kalians. George Higgins, a Topoka traveling man, confirms tho story briefly told in tho press dispatches of the shocking death in Cherokee county, Kan., of Au gust Schrador and wife from Berponts' poison. Incrodiblo as it may seem, theo two unfortunate young people were hit ten to death by rattlesnakes and copper heads at a titrio when the thermometer registered at nearly freezing point, and that, too, on their wedding night. Mr. Higgins was one of a hunting paity. They were in camp on Shoal creek, not far distant from the Indian Territory lino and within gunshot of the cabin occupied by Schrader and his bri de. Early in tho evening they parti i pated in tho wedding festivities given by the old man Schrader in honor of the marriage of his son. Tho cabin was less than 100 yards from the Schrader domicile and had been newly built on the latter's farm for the occupancy of the young couple. It consisted ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 3 January 1894

'V p EVZJXJN& OAPITAli J01TK!rAiJirEI2aBDAT, XATJAfeT 3,1834- THE GEEAT MTTEND Closing Offl Sale! sa 000 lift DRY GOODS and Shoes. Jr- X Cost CITT COVUCJL PEOCEE2H2T03. Old acd ITTr Aldermen Vtm Ccm- mated K0OTJ aCATOSQAXCH MZ53AGZ. H6t Harar Axil Fcfexied nd Ptrtt Enixcesifirt cf L&ttx- Ictemt bearing warrant: I Genera! fefid 775 w Ordfcuncea P4 Alan to Third Oak street fed Jz2.f. TeUl WXXi S lb HMMnMe AKraa rf the CRy TfceUyerxmrfI played to. very res- lodged tf tf:ln: ff,S" TifattaltJiaMas je7rtrfytar attention, werettwferaployea, uffleUta, and con- a,rei Crtni.iMktr as CUy - .JM.,if. .fc, tftfior fir dcaxt- .,..,.... -.- .... v. ......,. . Euec UUIIU SUUMK1C7" " Little knot gathered aboat an alder- , jow,; earn t&s lav let as faawt trfoa their eaferceisest fearlessly 1tbit f favor. Cu. CD G atch. Major. Everything in the stock g. and be ccnTroeed. AM new goods. Come The Palace D, G. & S. Co., 307 COMMERCIAL STREET. When You Buy FURNITUW fcteftirw KBLLEK & 80....

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 4 January 1894

6 PAPERS A'WE'eKI 2Gcbs. a month by mail Prepaid la Advance. No Papers Sent When Time 1b Oat. $3.00 a Year. RNAL GAP! 1 -AJL. Tho Journal hni a Larger Clr cutntlon in Patera and Maries Connty thnn any Satcm newspa per, See our lint. HOF.KR HKOg I'ublUhern. VOL. 6. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OKEGON. THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, iM4. DAILY EDITION. NO. an. JOtl JUH Any Siiit -IN OUR 15.00 9 Our neighbors are trying to sell a few chestnuts on a fluke sale. We don't dn things in halves, but make a clean sweep. From this date we will give you your choice of any SUIT OR OVERCOAT In our house for 15.00. All go. No reserve. Come and see what 15.00 will buy A. S. BRASFIELD. Ed. C. jMBm Choice Meats. "1 AVjSfcl ilvifir- V'sri's'9ilKKWiat CHURCHILL AND BURROUGHS THE NEW WILLAMETTE STABLES Completed and ready to wait on customers. Horses boarded by day or weel at reasonable prices. We keep a full line of Trucks, Drays and Express t meet all demauds. Also keep the finest (Stallions in thiB county, for nervlc...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 4 January 1894

CAPITAL VTOUBXAft, THUBSDAY, JAETXAIIY 4 1894, EVJEM1TSG "f i n . I Hi' If I J. I 1115 CAPITAL JODRML VUbbtbiiKD DAILY, KXCKPT BONDAY BTTUit Coital Journal Publishing Company Pottofflca Ulock. CotnmereU.1 Street. HOFER BROTHERS, - Editors. Dally, by carrier, per tnoutb. iMiir, or man, per year,. Weekly, 8 page, per year,. -WW . 300 1.60 -J -ill SHOULD (JET KI0I1T. Bo lone as penou confine their flgbt Oifthefevlls of the liquor traffic to de nouncing air occuhIouuI Individual deitfer tbeir effort will prove futile. So lonjr as the n muses believe there lc strength", beoeflt, potency and pleasure In tbeu8eof IntoxIcaiiU tue saloon will prodpeh It la perfectly evident tbut tbo masses do still be'leve Just tbat. Many public educators preach and practice that the moderate uho ol liquors Is necesmry and beneficial Nino-tenth of the doctor prescrllx alcohol In various forms, at tbey do Bdorplilue, cocaine aud arsenic. Three quarters of the people still believe wine beer and whiskey have fo...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 4 January 1894

PTF rTiWit"V' (vryr- NOISE IiN A U1G CITY. PROGRESS FROM BARBARISM MAY BE MEASURED BY NOISE. The Hlglinr the Civilization the Greater tho'DesIrn Tor Less Noise The KITorts of City Authorities of Today Are Directed Townrd Reducing It. There always comes a 'period In tho history of n progressive community when it desire to keep down noise begins to feliow itself. In the primitive stages of culture tho Ravage, the barbarism and the Bemibarbarian tho passion for noise is always strong. All savages and bar barians love to make all the row they -an Their joy and sorrow both exprits themselves in yells, wails and shouts and tho beating and blowing of loud re souuding instruments, more especially tlit drum and tho horn. The noiso of primitive savage warfare almost equals that of tho gunpowder engagements of mo leru arms, although it was, as we might say. almost wholly manual or vocal. The din of a barbarian funeral, too, mm and is something appalling. Tho practice of hiring mourners to make...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 4 January 1894

r -y-watjyl--! "" er-" r'''5' rrr- w awr ,w "- WTW TTEHD thbgeeat Closing Offi Sale ! lOjUlK) llOrtll At Everything in the stock go$. All new goods. Come and be convinced. ' Trce Palace D. Q. & S. Co., 307 COMMERCIAL STREET. When You Buy FURNITURE Jafcerrlew KfeLLKK & 80.NU Corwtr CommtrcUl and Chrot atreetn, Tfrefr k prfcw will vra yi fr. try ihrm ttm, Jaa. . By Perk!-coraiy. Js. 13. County road convention.' Fkmc tiVfacniKKVHs-Vf H. 01-. Attttis. Ifeb., write: "Tlrn are t0 fear Is tbl dromb-ntrlckeo country. Ifeaya been tylo to tM ray Unit mn, to coaxo to Oregon and hope u aBe& tooa." L. R Peuton, Meha aw, Or, wriiw: "I waot your pajxrr. IbMgottbtftruerfngifilt. IteUud by tb people." TliK Jean. Ab caoool print all tb word of encoarajceajeni li receive Tb Ul evidence that tb people like It U tkat a connUatly In etemiog number take It and pay for It. Th Ifofl. There ! general com putet that bog crowd women awaj from lb Poatoffice delivery. Ineieao ef taklsg bU turn In lin...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 5 January 1894

'- faer" 6 PAPERS A WEEK! 25 cts. a month by Mail Prepaid In Advance. No Papora Sent When Time In Out. $3.00 a Year. JOURNA Tlio Journal has n Larger Cir culation In Enlom and Marlon Connty thnn any Salem newipa per. Bee our Until. UOFKR BKOB I'ubtUlior.. V7 J.JL A X XJlJLj rim..Mri! -LWJi. MUllM'Uf.fcSl VOL. .7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OBEGON, FRIDAY. JANTJABY 5, iV4. DAILY EDITION. no. a. JLJ wo ILE MONEY IS It is ar good plan to make your purchases at a store where you can always find the very best goods at the lowest possible prices. If you will take a little trouble to examine the stock and notice the prices at TOE I You will find that on .an average er cent on every article bought Their Shoe Stock is especially attractive to economical buyers They carry the best line of St. Louis Sh es and sell them nt prices that cannot be duplicated west of the Rocky mountains. In the hosiery and underwear departments they will surprise vou at the excellent men's hats, shirts, pants, overalls ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 5 January 1894

JSVENI3X& CAPITA!, JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JAOTAKY 5 1894. ! IV THE CArtML JOURNAL. FUBMHHKD DAILY, EXCKPT HOKDAY, 1TIRI Capital Journal Publishing Company VoalotRoa Hlock. Commercial Street. HOFER BROTHERS, - Edlton. lastly, by carrier, per month. -1060 -3.00 Iran J, or iuhii, iwi it Weselr, pages, per year,- ua A PEACE COUNCIL. E-wt Oregenlan: The meeting now in progress at the camp of Young Chief, In Thorn hollow Is of much higher Im portance than generally thought. It sppearsthat a largo proportion of the Visitors are Bannocks, aud that It Is the first time since the Bannock war In 1878 that a friendly meeting has oc cored botweeu the Umatillaa and the Bianooks. At the time the Bannocks wire desirous of forming a confederate of all the Indian tribe for tbe purpose of making a generil attack upon the whites. Tho Umatillas refused to enter into the plot and eyen so far an to actively an tagoalze the movement, killing a high op chief of theBsnnocksand IncurrluK their mortal hatred. Tb...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 5 January 1894

EYEING- OAPIXAIi JOTJRNAts, 1TBIDAX, JA20TABY 5, 1894. AJftAEEPHOTOO-EAPH THE REPRODUCTION OF THE OLD DE WITT CLINTON DUE TO IT. A Unique Bit of History Which Deal) With the Old Antl-Mmonry reeling In New York State Oyer Sixty Yearn Ago. A CloTor Artist With Scissors. "ThoNow York Central Railroad com pany's reproduction of the first railroad train and locomotive ever run in New York state, a most interesting and valu able exhibit at the Chicago fair," said an old resident of Albany, "causes mo to wonder how many of the officers of that company know that if the disappearance of Morgan from Batavia 05 years ago had not been attributed to murderous machinations of the Masonic fraternity, which resulted in the great anti-Masonic excitomeut that spread throughout the country and became a sensational polit ical factor, they would not have been ablo to make the reproduction, and the appearance of that curious railroad train and engine would never have been known in accurato and pictorial ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 5 January 1894

ATTEND Closing QUI sp mi At C Ererythirg in the stock goes. AH new goods. Come nd be convinced. ' The Palace D. G-. & S. Co., 307 COMMERCIAL STREET. When You Buy FURNITURE Interview KELLER & SONS. Center CoaaajercUl and Ubemeket tintts. Their low price wilt win you gyer. Try them onf. Local Dates. Jus. 20. 8y PerUlDB comedy. Jsb. 13. County road convention. Is Probate Coobt. The probate reeord of this county yesterday bowed that the Inventory and p M3eewBt In the estate of Jam Har ty, sb inane, wm yesterday filed wltt tbe county clerk. The appraisers wer J. . Bennett, J. M. Bljcler and Job i Hagbes; their report shows the total ol the real and personal property to b flMO. Wm Manning U the guardian. The will of the late Delos Jefferson ha bees admitted to probate. It stipulate that his administrators as soon m prac ticable alter bis deceam are to pay oil all bk debts and liabilities. The balance et his property is bequeathed aa follows To bis olrteei daughter Julia A. Epsey, ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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