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afeepless, no appetlta m4 tajy muo& rax
down, was tha condition qt jajrtMUad.
farmers Is pertinent" nt this time. I
The farmcrd fated an organization,
not on political lines entirely, but
with a view-to protecting their Inter
tests as tho Interests bf other Import
ant classes are protcotetl.
VALLEY LOCAL NEWS.
AVlllIo Wlnslow lias purchased a
fourteen acre fruit farnrof N. P.
Gilbert and Is Improving it'by ditch
ing, fenclntr. & etc. I wonder If hi
jkospocts arc-good. '
Tho Grand Army boys have been
meeting a number of times lately
with the view of organizing n post at
MUfttpMce. At the meeting lasfcSatur
" J t- ...
ir fuiiiiiii fnlii'iitr ' '- )
Sine takinf HoosVa 8mBtlhV U kaV'dily thcytotlclUdcd 'that 'ther1- would
wonaenuuj improves, ui son eata
and ileepa well; la fact, k U all rlgkt.
n estwm Terr highly." Mm. Mast Co.
bioaw, 1010 Cedar Bt., Pueblo, Colorado.
Hood's PHI 25?U
FARMERS SHOULD ORGANIZE.
When Samuel W. Allerton gets
away from goldhug, "sound currency"
and high tariff hobbles he knows how
to crowd a great deal of common sense
In a fuw word1. Here Is what he said
last week to the farmers in an nddress
at Danville, 111.:
"Our products corn, oats, cattle
and hogs arc very low. They say It
Is because we have a large crop, al
though we have had In the past yeart
as large crops and larger; yfifr "with
000,000 less cattle, less hogs, they are
41 per 100 lower.
"What Is the reason? We see tho
New England states use -100,000 let's
cattle in 1605 than they used in 1603.
This tells tho story a fact that no
man can controvert.
"We saw our southern brothers tak
ing 4 cents for cotton one year ago,
but by organization and by agreement
to raise less cotton and by cultivating
a greater variety of crops wesco them
In ono year raise tho price from 4 to 0
"Now, is It not tho duty of Ameri
can farmers to protect their own In
dustry? If tho fnrmcrs of tho ten
great corn growing states would or
ganize and agree to sell only one-third
of the corn crop In 1805, In 1800 they
would get more for two-thirds than
for tho full crop, and In years of short
crop the farmers' surplus would bd u
blessing in disguise.
"Tho farmer generally crowds lils
grain on tho market In tho first three
month usftcr harvest and builds up at
central points a great visible Burplus,
which costs to carry ono year 15 cents
for storage, interest and Insurance,
while only 2 cents If carried at
home. These carrying charges mUst
In fact come off tho farmer, tout tho
farmer may say, "We cannot got the
money from local banks to hold our
grain," which proves that we need a
sound, uniform cUrrcricy. and wo can
not have our currency or medium of
exchange contracted onc-half.'as tho
one-standard gold men want to do.
"To show you tho Interest we In
tho west have In tho New England
states up to two years ago they were
buying 25,000 head of cattle per week,
large quantities of live hogs, n largo
amount of bacon, ham, butter, eggs,
cheese, ono hundred bushels of oats to
ono wo exported, us much corn, hut
not so much wheat. They only raise
farm products enough to last them
nineteen days. Their Industries have
been paralyzed, and tho farmers in
tho west In a measure have lost that
trront, mnrket for their products. Wo
have tho same Interest In tho south,
becauso they ar6 large buyers of our
products. So, you see cleariythatour
lnteresisrarolvmuual. Now "England
consumed 400,000 head of cattle more
In 1893 than in 1895.
"A man who takes no Interest in
send for a charter and muster Kebru
aryl, If possible.
The hard limbs social last Friday
evening was a success, over two hun
dred were present. "Mrs. S. Swank
and D. W. Swank drew tho "prizes.
The committee realized 11.40 -above
P. S. Pound went- to the Capital
city last Friday,
On Tuesday night of last week we
had about half an Inch of snow fol
lowed by sleet, and Thursday noon It
began slcetliig again and at nightfall
the little twigs of tho fruit trees were
as largo as an' ordinary cane and somo
of the peach trees arc ruined, and had
It kept' on a few hours longer the
orchards would have been uterly de
stroyed. Thanks to that welcome
chlnook, as It saved thousands of
fruit trees In-this section. 'Fir-and
oak timber Is badly broken. ' -A little
more snow and less sleet If we could
have a choice.
The pastor of tho Presbyterian
church nt this placo began a scries of
meetings In their church here Mon
day night and will continue during
the week. A cordial invitation Is ex
tended to all.
A sister of Mrs Hunter tlforsy the
from Washington Is visiting with Mr.
and Mrs. Forsythe this week.
Dr. Gplilcn, of Salem, came up on
tho local Monday and went out to his
ranch cast of town.
Do You WoNDEUThat Salem
Ktock Is looking sleek and fat ? Con
iult tho prices nt Brewster & White's
Court street feed store, as well as tho
quality of tH6 feed; (fad yon will not
think It strange. 20-3t
The followlngviettcri Temalndn
the Salem post offlco uncalled -for.
persons calling for the same, please
Armstrong W C
Campbell II A (2)
Dunn A M Mrfl 4
Funkc Thos It
Gardner T G
Hays C F (2)
Johnson Eliza (2)
tichdlbert Albert J
Adams Mary "
Clark S J "
Garrison S T
Johnson & Co (2)
Newton O J
Smith Lcola K
Vorn WS -Whlne'ry'a
C A Mrs
Young II Y
B. F. BONSAU,
for Infants and Children.
MOTHERS Do You Know ui .
Bateraan'a Drop, Godfrey's Cordial, many so-called Soothing Rynitii, nud
latKt remedies for children are comjxwed of opium or morphine?
Po Vow Know that opium and morphine arc stupefying narcotic potsoin?
. o Vott Knovr that In inoit countries drujnkUare not permitted losell nnrcotttt
'without labeling them poison?
Ho You Know that jou should not permit nay medicine to .e fclven your child
flstfets you or your physician Vnow or what It la composed ?
Po You Know that Castorla 1 a, purely cgitable preparation, nnd that n Ustot
ha Ingredient U puhlUhed with every bottle ?
Po Von Know Hint Castorla U the prescription of the fatuous Dr. Samuel Pitcher.
Taat it has been In use for nearly thirty years, nud that more Castorla It now sold than
fait other remedies for children combined ?
Po You Know that the Patent Office Department of the United Slate, nnd or
other countries, have ssueil exclusive right to Dr. rltcher nnd liU nsslffn to ne the word
MCatorla and,l(A formula, nnd that to imitate them Is n state prison oflcnv:?
Po You Knovr Uint, one of the .rcayons for granting this government protection
ssas because .Castorla had been proven to be .auHotutcly IirtrmlCHH 7
lo Yon Know that 35 average dose of Castorla ore furnished for ,13
ecntt), or one cent a dose?
Po Yon Know that when possessed of this perfect preparation, your children may
be kept well, and that you may have unbroken rest ?
Well, tlicwe tlilnyw arc worth knowing. They ore fids.
' In ott'evco
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla
J. C. GOODALE
P. G. SCHRAMM
FIVE PRIZES ! !
Goodale Uimb?r Company
Yards onjTwelfthland Trade Streets
cMtet of Consumption, la Mil lit
Cattle? SfMjte -
Keep the most complete stock of common, dimension and finished lumber
In the cltynnd sell on-the most favorable tcrms.QLath and Shlngios.
Our stock Is made at-our own mills, of tho best lumber In tho state.
C. G, SCHRAMM:,
TICKETS TO ALL POINTS EAST
THE . BUFFI5T CAR ROOT
Service and- Scenery JJnequalleil
Th 1 ouuh Falacajwd Courts Sleeper
JDlnipfi and Jitiffet Library Cu
Tralm leavctyrtland. a,nd Seattle dally for the tail.,
( Tickets, reservations and haCEaJc cliccted to all points
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BOZORTH S BROS.,. Agents.
R. C. STEVENS. G. W. V. A.. Seattle, Wash.
A, B, C. DENNISTON. C. P. & T. A., Portland, Oi.
a Uiere Is the evidence of faundreda or
, ClinriW to-thri- fact tUat; Irv all ite
rllrr ataorea. consumbtlotl J 8 a CUrabl
The Willamette Hotel,
dlseae. Not every ae, but a large tor
tentart of cdtti; iwlire belle veiulfp.
Percent, cured'by Dr. Pierce' Gplde
has progressed o ar as to Induce repeat
bleedliwa fre the lungs, Severe JlnriM
couefaWjhh eldtw xpcctot4 (l4-
"A man who takes no interest in ing tubercular matter), great toss 01 nea
public alTais'lsVot ill to bean' Amer- St&ctXZ-'
lean citizen. Now, is It not the' duty JfeuC'U
to understand ecbn- dread aad faUl disease? Vou need not UM
ieadino hotel of.the
omlc laws? Is not tho farmer respon- jJJJ5Sfrt ikeBTatf pronounced by the ben
slbleforhls own condition, that he d WVi2S.t ukTtWX
must sell his farm products for less WftaMffiS
than It costs to grow them? .Wm,mW Ar
. . . . x fcnt who have been farced to confess ittu
"Is It not the duty of thefarmersto ,tuauSjeuratrvttwer :veriw'
know the crops of the world, so that -A
they can sell their crops with Intelll- S
gence? If the farmers In tho ten i-e4tber u4teto benan
!8had an or- "ffigST JT StTtokS,
Reduced ratea. Manacement liberal..", Electric cars leave hotel lor all public buildings
andlpolttts ot Interest, Spetlal rates yrlll be glvsn to peimunent patrons,
r " A. I. WAGNER '
irran r snn niinn iininrr uitiiih iihii mii iii - -
laniatton to" know fiie condition of SXXS&3
the crons of the world It would not v The ohotosrapba of a larceuuber ; or .
t. H.-y fWr. . nnl a vear.' o".A -JL ""Iffl'rSKila
-- .v v - .";-.:., !in.!Lnv1dVed miladies, Uave.beer.
Mr. Allerton Is a large Nebraska -"iJ?!1" of ifa
land owner, and In former yeara did waaP,a
muclUo swell the .tide of Immlgra- $ d ", VorW. Dbpcjy,
Willamette Truck Co.
Stable at South Commercial SU Bridge.
Best equipment for all kludsol heavy dravji.R and eaprcjs haulingi Teams found ar Red
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-EXCELSIOR - STABLE-
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