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WiFToTREVTCHARLES H. PARKHURST.
She Tells How Paine's Celery Compound Has Benefited the
Famous New York Preacher,
Dr. rarkliurst's best aid In Ills
untlrliiircrusacloiiKaliist crime In tlio
motroiola is his wife.
In looking after her husband's
Ucnltli, Mrs. Pnrkliurst Is doln more
than nil tlio members of tlio women's
campaign. " Am 1 worried about the
doctor?" Bays Men. l'arkliurHt. "Not
at all. I fed that lie In tued, lint ho
recuperates, and 1 never try , to hinder
hlni from u jilcro of work, Iwcausu I
fool ho will havo the strength for It.
My greatest nleasuio la In helping
him to carry out his Ideas." Mrs.
l'arkhurst wroto to Wells & Richard'
son Company, January 22 181HI:
"Dr. Parkliurst has used Value's
celery compound for two keekH with
bonctlcont results, It has helped to
keep him tin while very tired."
In a subsequent letter to tho muiio
druggists, on January, 28 she said: "1
urn sure tho Talno's celory compound
Is doing Dr. Parkhurrt good. I am
undor obligation to Mrs. for bringing
It to our notlco."
If It wore possible to reproduce In
cold typo tho emphatic tone In which
men and women from every part of tlio
United States speak and wrlto of
Paluo's celery coiiimmtul. not a word
more would bo needful.
tho stereotyped mures of a dallv rmner.
these enthusiastic lotters can't help
losing part of thclreamest, persuasive
Paluo's celery compound Is not ono
of the many mirsaparlllas or nervines
that manago to make tnemselves
public, ns fur as tholr mcro names go,
but without making themselves khown
to suffering people by actual use.
Paluo's celery compound hasbcon used
and enthusiastically recommended by
tho most Judicious, considerate, care
ful men and women In evory city In
tho United States, as an absoluto euro
fornervos doblllty and exhaustion,
neuralgia, sleeplessness, melancholia,
hystorla, headaches, dyspepsia, rheu
matism, kidney trouble, and all blood
diseases. It Is tho best spring remedy
In the world.
Hrlght and breezy April days havo a
stronger charm of hopo about them
than any other days of tlio year. Now
Is tho season appointed by Nature her
solf for new groths. and a castlmr-off
of tho old parts that havo served their
nimiiuiiiiM i n i
Unfortunately, when publishing In purpose, and are outworn and diseased
That torrlblo throbbing of the heart,
tho neuralgia, the headacho,
laden weight over tho oyes and in tho
roro partof tho head, need only Paluo's
celery compound to vanish forever.
Paine's celery compound has come
legitimately by Its present tremendous
reputation, as an Invlgorator, nerve
regulator, blood-restorci, and body-re-cuporator.
There Is nothing experi
mental about It.
No remedy In existence over received
such emphatic and plain spoken testi
monial from sick, ailing, tired, run
dow men and women.
It Is no half-way cure that is at
tempted by Paine's celory compound,
but a clean sweep of every trace of
neuralgia, rheumatism, constipation,
headacho, dyspepsia, and blood Im
purity from the systom.
Tako paluo's celery compound In tho
spring to purify tho blood, strengthen
tho nerves, and mako health!
Mrs F. B. Uodgkln Is visiting rela
tives In Oregon City.
Miss Bosc Johnson damo down from
Monmouth Inst evening for a visit
oyer Sunday with relatives.
Miss Stella Itoblnson returned to
Eugene on the local today after a
visit with Mrs. W. E. Calkins.
Miss Gertrude Hlbbard came up
from Portland on the local this niom
ihg foi a visit with relatives.
Miss Edna Knight returned homo
Mils inornlni? after a nlcasant visit
with Miss Ethel Stewart, of Gcrvals.
Mrs. G. G. Given was a passenger to
DnMlnml nn f lin 17!1mnlY Mill mominK
expecting to return Monday evening.
Misses Lcona and May Allen, daugh
ters of Dcnutv Clerk It. D. Allen, re
turned to their home, near Sllvcrton
Mrs. Walter L.. Tooze and Mrs. F.
A. Ford of "Woodbum, are spending a
few days with Mrs. E. C. Patton of
Mrs. Charles A. Gray and Mrs. "Win.
T. Pray returned home last evening
from a few dars pleasant sojourn in
Miss Charlotte Bennett went up to
Mehama today for a recreation of a
few weeks In the hopes of benefitting
MissfMarlo Junsen of Portland, Is
a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
II. D. Patton or Court and summer
streets for a few days.
Miss Ida Martin came up from
Portland this morning for a short
visit with relatives. Miss Martin is
attending tho Portland Business col
Mrs. Harry Porter, who has been
visiting Mrs. W. B. Pickett, left this
innrnlnrr fop lior tmtnn nt, Inilliuinn-
olls, but will visit at Seattle on the
Prof. F. S. Dunn, of Willamette
University, wont to Portland by tho
early train this morning, where ho
will Join Mrs. Dunn, who has been
visiting Portland friends tlip past
week. They expect to return to Salem
Miss Stella II. Mason, a returned
missionary from India, but now on
her way to her homo In New York, is
expected to arrive In the city this
evening from Tacoma, for u visit
with her cousin, G. F. Mason and
GYMNASIUM KXHHIITION TONIOHT.
The annual trvmnnsltim exhibition
of the Y. M. 0. A. will be held this
evening at 8 o'clock. General admis
sion 2oc; members, 10c; members, and
G. A. 11. meeting at the hall in In
surance block Monday evening, Aprjl
(1. All members arc Invited to be
present, as matters of Interest will be
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While we're continuing our special
crockery Bale wo are putting out tno
finest stock of groceries In tho olty,
all fresh and clean-no old stocks l.
I off picked up.
H, G, Sonneman,
124 State street.
1 DAILY LINE TO PORTLAND.
Altona and Ramona
' i .,AU!V' SUNDAY,
rorllnnd. Cue a m .
I Salem, 7:45 n, m. i0iie a.m.
iimcpcmiencc, 0:30 a. m. 6:00 a.m.
Quicklime, reguiar 'service and cheap
M. 1 11ALDWIN,
W H W W W
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Three grand stocks of groceries have brcn comMn tn
00c, at a price below anything ever before known an5 1 b
now confute the BranU dCo. JLtVZ
corner. TMs is why our prices are now the lowest in Town.
H. iM. BRANSON &
At the old J, A, Van Eaton store,
I W7C. T7 A r.
V ?1V11SS C, itPWflft
sa 1 - J s v s
lCA O, , ,B
A medium ki..1 1,1.-1. 1. . ,
.: -' "'viuuinu a name nr K...,
McLaln. Report to ihlmffir..
oil. D. I..
Will pay liberal reward.
The San Francisco Call savs:
t,0j "Grade Plalstcd, ofTlvoll fame, ain
peuruii air me nrsii lime ui 1110 Alca
zar.lastnight.supportcd by tho Dalley
1 company. Tho attraction was"Tlnn,"
a pretty little musical comedy. In
Tina Miss I'lalstcd found a character
much to her liking, and one In which
she was thoroughly nt home. Her
personality showed throughout tho
play, and her musical numbers were
raptuously encored. Ono clover top
ical "Doll" song, In tho first act,
caught the house. Miss Plalstcd's
support was up to tho requirements,
and tho presentation of tho comedy
was a very enjoyable ono." Sho will
appear at Salem, Tuesdny, April 7, In
"Tina." Tickets at Dearborn's.
THK KKHKKAH ENTKUTAINMENT.
Last Monday evening tho Indies of
ltebekah lodgo gave an enjoyable en
tortalnmcntnnd refreshments In lodgo
hall of tho I. O. 0. F., In tho Holman
block. It was Indeed n most cnloynblo
affair, and reflects trreat credit on Mm
Pcbektths. Hon. James Walton was
Master of ceremonies, and tho follow
ing program was rendered:
Misses Broyman and Stapleton
Adtlress. Mrs. Olive S. England
Cornet solo W. E. McElroy
Vocal solectlon.... Miss Ethel Hughes
,0il" ol Carl Ronton
ltoel tut Inn Mica Ar.ii.ni !.,...
Slo '.'.'.'.'.. .'. .Chas D. Ford
uiuwr boio u. Y.Thlell
Character song, "A Plcanlnuy"..
Miss Lena Hutton
At the conclusion of tbn imwrmm
tho party renaired to Mm luinnimt
rooms below, whera Ico nrwim nmi
caKo were heartily partaken of, thus
bringing to a close a pleasant event.
Prof. ', m. Parvln, of the Albany
conservatory of music, delivered his
lecture on "Art and Its Relation to
Music," at tho music rooms, Wednes
day evening, beforo an appreciative
audience. Tho lecture was highly
spoken of by tho local newsnapers.
Following tho lecture a program of
classical music was given by Misses
Alderson, Hulburt. Smlnli. KoiimviM-
and Messrs. Lundoll, Akera and Cun-
uiu. Aext Wednesday evening Prof.
Parvln and Albanv nunlls will v n
grand recital for tho benefit, nf Mm
local Y. M. C. A. Another classical
recital will also be given Friday
evening April 17, at which time not
it.. ItUnv nunlla. htlfc MlBSeS
Only IUO xiu""J .-i 1
Carrie Batchelor, Lucia Cochran and
LIHIo Stelner, of this city, will par
ticipate. The event promises to bo n
graiid treat for music loving people.
ORGANIZATION OP ELKS.
A number of the "Elks" met nt the
olllco of City Recorder Edcs Friday
evening to appoint the committees
necessary to arrange for the lodge
organization, which will bo effected
on the 14th Inst. John Knight was
elected chairman, and Recorder Edes
secretary. The following committees
Flnancc-JcIT Myers, Gco.E. Waters,
T. C. Smith Jr., and P. II. D'Arcy.
Recoptlon-W. W. Contrls, Willis
S, Dunlwuy, A. B. GIllls, C. II. Lane
nnd J. N. Smith.
Banquet W. G. Wcstacott, F. P.
Tttlklngton and Ed. N. Edes.
Decorations Douglas C. All 11 to, E.
Cooke Patton, A. T. Stelner and E. C.
A general discussion followed the
appointment nnd It was arranged to
have the finance committee report to
the balance of the committees, so ns
to allow those committees time to
report at 11 general meeting on Wed
In1ni.iflnnu fwil.l TifM II 11.1 Pllll
Dalles, Hood River and Roscburg arc
Look at These
Fancy Black Goods '
Figured Black Mohair ' " ' " i
50inch all wool Serges '.'.'.',
40inch all wool Fancies, all shades '
Fancy mixtures from '"' ty
K2Anch all wool .screes 'ii
Reduction on all dress coods. Snv r J '","". Wc
your dress goods at our special sale, )H
257 Commercial street,
often leads to the best results. If
you haven't been in Dearborn's
book store lately you liardlyknow
how many surprises dnd bargains
he has for you, Drop in and seef
CHURCH SERVICES TOMORrJ
FRY'S SQUIRREL POISON
Tlie Origjlnal 25-cent Squirrel Poison
In i-pound cans. Guarantee. Thousands
of farmers from all over this state have
learned that FRY'S SQUIRREL TOISON
at 2C, cents is as cood or better than more
Cxncnsive forelirn lirand nl nnprlaln
strength. Fry's is the genuine and most re
liable poison. Use no other. For sale by
(.en. 1.. MniL-rlr T-'r...! A 1 j.nrt n w
Putnam, and Stelner Drue Co., dniRgists', Sa-
I 'AXWll X .wJI'M-t'UHiU KVII
V 4IUcssSHt.inSrA M
expected to egme, and in strong num
bers. The banquet committee will
make arrangements for 200 guests.
Portland Telegram lias tlio following
regarding the coming event: "Some
50 members of Portland lodgo No. 142
will attend tlio Institution of tlio now
lodgo of Elks at Salem on the 1-ltli. A
special car has been chartered, and all
the comforts of a homo will be pro
vided for the excursionists. Salem
lodgo will start in business with a
membership of about 80. Nearly all
the state olllolals at tho capital and
the leading business nnd professional
men are candidates for the antlers.
JefT Myers is in town
R G Keene returned to Stayton today.
II S Gile went to Corvallls this morning
Don Spracue was a Portland visitor today.
F R Auson will spend Sunday in Portland.
A V West went to Portland this aiternoon.
T T Geer, of Macleay, was in the city to.
Deputy Sheriff Cooper was in Woodbum to
day, Chas Gittero will spend Sunday in Portland,
came down from Albany
yd Richardson went to iwinn,i o.i.
f --....... tl,i
Clarence M Tlitlmr, -..,,1 I?..l. n.lln. .
students, expect to returu to school at Eueene
Sunday morning b
Will R Morris, nn r.1.1 .,! i. ,
h,,Tln! for E,na' Washington, to
Russell Coleman returned uo Eugene this
to Eugene this morning. ' l
PtowEns.-Rov. Copeland received
today a box of choice roses and lilies
mini ioeKion, cal., with which to
urouruio ins cnurcb on Sunday. They
are from friends In his former parish.
Bucfelea'a Arnica Salve
The bet Ralv. i- .1 . , ,
sore,, &trmc:":z l 3
Bnruiseiskm&uhtS1PPed hi,nds' SSZ
SftSKS!!!i and posulvely cure,
---j a oo,. ForsaIe FtedX;
Important to Farmers.
Wakoleo's Squirrel Exterminator
the original and onlv nrticln nf it,.
kind giving complete satisfaction.
Now reduced from GO to 30 cents per
can. i'or sale by Stelner Drug Co.
Limn & Brooks and G. W. Putman,
Gold and Silver. Yesterday tho
Journal received another club of
eight dally subscribers from tho famed
Lawler mines In tho Santinm region
known as Anldem. This Is tho most
Important gold and silver mine in
operation in Western Oregon, and tho
men want a paper that represents
their Interests fairly and firmly.
Theso sturdy miners nro Intelligent
men, and want to keep posted on tho
vital Issues In which thoy are Inter
ested. They like tho Journal becauso
It speaks out plainly on all subjects,
and is not tho organ of any preferred
Crack-n-Jack of the Willamette.
Don't bo illmflamed Into boarding a
slow steamer when you can travel on
the 0. C. & E. now and beautiful
steamer "Albany" at tho same prico.
Leavo for Portland from "Altoim"
dock at 11:15 a. m. Mondnvs. w.fins.
days and Fridays; up river points at
-ii. in. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat
urdays. 4.3 ot
Holiness. Meeting for holiness
and divine heallngatMrs. Batchelor's
parlor, Depot addition next, finnrtnv.
at 2:30 p.m. All who nro in earnest.
County Treasurer's Office, )
inMi..nrii """''' bubii umii mio un
Uorh igned has money on hand to pay
iso-raiS 8ta?Pe?,P to Aprfll,
2?JL nd ,n,torest wlu cease on tho
same from date of this notice.
., r Jap Minto,
J--0--W Cnilnt.v rPrnnsiiMi.
VThen lUby mi tick, we caye her CastorU.
When sho wu a CWId, sho cried for OutorU,
When she became Miss, she dung to CtatorU.
"When she had ChOlres, sho piTottea Ctteri,
11 t n F,R,T "APTIST.
lev. I. 1'. tarmer tia.in. t?...
ng. The morn ng sermon Xl
v?m" , Tie tift Greeting, R
Victory." The evening ul.fU&
Christians Coronation' Sbeclil i? 'J
ne of the feature, of K
evening o. ertory w ill be a violin 10 bkb
Dentor.. '1 he ordinance of UpM
administered after the evtning.enwilv
ad ies have decorated thischufch fcj
fully. Sundyy school at 12 o'clock ft
Kev. W.C. KatD7DXJ
wilt attendi a '" tV??'.0 '
ermonwlll be "The Living ChnX,
Knight of the Age,.- Themal ?Zg
whose cflorts have been so h.Ehlr eoiS
willslm; "The R.sen Lord." iSfS
(fill Ulll t nit ..U.l.f. . . '"'"
?Mi"n Vl?Ub Kantn will sine-Oir I
Lord." There will be speci.f
rhe Sunday school at 12 m. lunbrivi..!
at 3 p.m. Y.l'.S.C. E. tt 6:30 p. B. I
It nuntnn . I-- t. l " "
sing "Wel'wlse Thee, We Bletslte-S
"Let the Heavens Ueloice." H m
An anpropiiate Easter icrnoa rft 1
preached in the mominp, followed li &
sacrament ol the Lord's snppr &ed
u.u.ta ua uvcii jiroviuea unufr lilt fluto,
of Mrs. McDowell assisted bj iotnso(i
best vocalists in the city. Rer. Ctth,
who returns to his home in NtbriAt ooki
nay, win occupy the pulpit monjfri
evening, ana will doubtless bo grmd h
large uudiences, Sundsy school toil V.P.I
u. ,. as usual.
services at 10130 a. m. and 7 no li.
Rov. V, h Copeland pastor. Sundartdt
ui 10130. ouujeci 01 morning sermon "ft
Feast of Immortality." Subject oftraa
historical lecture "Andrew Jtckioa m
and Modern b'pirtualism." CoueaeuDa
children and recent on of mtmtun it tt
Corner Chemeketa and Seventeentsiaeti,
bervices at II a. ni.and 7:30 p.m. ma
school at 10 a. m. Y. P. A. meeuof ui?
p.m. All are welcome, J.B.Fulapta
All are Invited to participate ia tbCb
tian Science service at Insurance hail, So-
day at 10:30 a m.
Services as follews: Preaching it II is,
also at 7:30 p in Sabbath school at lim I
Y P C E at 6:30 in the evenie. Uf
rniiDtfDi iwn id veitVTviflV
High street. Preaching at io:30bb
1 30 p m. jv. 1 nomas oouunmji-
Rev. Geo. Dray, o'f Nebraska, willto
the men's meeting at 4 p m.
Services at 10:30 a. in. and li
at their ball corner Liberty and 01
Chas. D. I food, Broker audM'wto1
A cent, Columbus, Ohio, certifin uf
KTnnU TJ.w nitrnverv hu notqw '
Cough remsdy. J. D. Drown, WP
Jam?s notel, Pt. Wayue, Ini. testsW i
he wa pnril of a Couoh of tw 1turr
ne, caueed by La Grippe, by Dr. Wj?
Discovery, fi. F. Merri I, WJjg
11 una never mxw 11 w - .in,
t i. .i J.... IifinM It 'i
nnvr lr inmi biiv uullvi. "
v .rib X.
cures. Mr Hemming, " y ryaa
Chicago, alwsys keeps it at -fear
ot'Croup. 'because itinstaa
Jircc iriaiuouea ui iv -
r.u.. i7i.f ?n riuw.
Tho chcai) rates of five doUuig!
O.K. & N. Co's.. steamers fion
land to San Francisco.. j!t
Steamers leavo Portland eij
The U. S. Gov't Rennrte
Aoty Royal Baking Pewfrc
Dead ou Auve. Lots of chickens.
Come early or late your ordera will be
filled. W Court St. O.TrDoty.'
tuott Pc JIT".
40 Y -$''