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PEwy"" iwtiyfajnTQftytm VT
THEY ALL WANTED ITU
You see they thought the bicycle In the
window, vrai the only one vre had. There
were plenty more liialde however, and we
old 'em one each. We can fit vou out alio
THE OLD POSTOFFICE STABLES.
Special rates g'ven toiCommercial men.
Drives made to nil points at nil hour, Give- uacnll ami bo aalUnert. Phone 41.
HOW TO WIN.
C'oiitl tm til From Second Page,
tlcular ism, union, party sect or creed.
In our Pacific Northwest, the majority
of the voters stand ready to grant us the
ballot whenever wo demand it on the
broad basis of Individual and collective
liberty for ourselves ; and we'll never
get it otherwise.
Our friends Kast of the Hockey Moun
tains were amazed and electrified in tho
autumn of 1883 by the announcement
that the legislature of Washington ter
ritory had extended the ballot to
Four years later, after a few self im
ported ngitatorH had made n strong at
tompt to uso tho women's ballots for
enforcement of sumptuary legislation
(to which the men objected, oven while
pretending to approve it until they got
tho women Into a trap.) Women every
where were dumbfounded by the action
of the politicians of the territory, who
retaliated by shutting down the iron
gates of a state constitution in
tho women 's faces, leaving them as
ex-voters on tho outside of the templo of
liberty with their hands tied.
Tho men of Washington aro not yet
over their scare, nor will they bo till
women have made an effort to convinro
them that tho oyes of the groat majority
aro now opon, and that they'll never bo
entrapped in such a way again.
I pray that you do not mlsundorstand
me, mewls, i wage no war upon any
organization, or upon any person's po.
litical or religious faith. Catholics have
just as good a right to their religious
opinions as ProtostanK Republicans
have just as good u right to their jtollti
cal bias as Domocruts. And Populists
hnvo just as good a right to their re-
formatory fancies as Prohibitionists.
Yet, if any ono of those groat armies of
opposing opinions should claim equal
suffrage as its chief dependence for suc
cess and tho Groat National American
Woman Suffrage Association, or tho
Buff rage Association of any stuto, should
becomo tho champion of its special
ism, wo should henceforth be unable to
rally to our standard any appreciable
vote, save that of tho particular sect or
party, with which tho votow of opposing
sects or parties, should bellovo us al
lied. We need all tho votos wo can get
from all parties, to win.
If I, as a member of the Presbyterian
church, for instance, should have gone
before tho legislature of Oregon, seoklng
tho submission of our suffrage amend
ment us a moasure for enforcing the
Presbyterian creed, think you that the
mombers of tho Catholic church, or of
the Protestant church, sitting in that
assembly, would hae oleetrillod the
buffr.igists of this nation by oting al
most rolidly for our amendment as an
ally of the Woetuiliister euteohism.
A year ago, when our teoond semi-annual
convention of tho Oregon congress
of women was in Mission, it was lwldly
proclaimed by a zealous adocato of
sumptuary legislation that Susan 11.
Anthony, tho norablo and enoratod
president of the National . American
Woman Suffrage Aseoolutlon had de
clared herself a worker for the ballot as
a sworn odvooto of this ono idoa. I
wrote at once to our boloed presldont,
who never fails us at a crltiml wrirt
asking (or facta over her own signature,
and received for an answer, her tin
epulvooal denial Af t)10 alloga)lQn that
shew-as allied, in the equal suffra-o
work, with any ort of sumptuary legis
lation, or any other sldg isie under th
uujv ThtB ueoluration, whieh I causel
to bo publUhvd in the 'secular paporsi
wt the minds of the voters at rest on
that Kore,' and enable! Dr Annire Y.
w , J
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Pretty Enough to Be Framed
the fcliirtfffont is that Is laundered here.
Collars, duffs and shirts are done up
with that perfection of color and finish
that vou only find on linen fresh from
the haberdasher. A trial package will
convince vou of this better than any
thing we can say bring it along 1
Salem Steam Laundry,
COT.. J. OLM8TKAD, PROI'lt.
Phone 41. 230 Liberty Street
Best arid'largcat line of
Bicycles in the Gity,
Car load shipments
R, M, wade & CO.
02 FUltKY ST., SALBM, OK.
J. FIDLER, proprietor.
Horses Boarded by the
Day, .Week or Month.
Standing Teams, 15c.
Sli gle Horse 10c.
Jeffreys and myself to go before the leg
hlature, free from all handicaps.
When the question of sumptuary leg
islation confronted us at the capitol, we
explained that equal suffragists every
where believe with Goil Ilemilton that
the only way to reform u man is to bo
giu'with his grandmother. This frunk
announcement removed tho last vestige
of legislative hostility, and gavo us tho
submission of our equal suffrage amend
ment practically without opposition. Po
tential grandmothers did not troublo our
politicians overmuch. Tho presont pos
bio rewards of -ollico crowd removed
probabilities to the wall.
The year 1000 is the poriod fixed by
law for the final voto nion our pending
suffrage amendment, nnd we have no
fear for tho result if wo can keep the
fuct boforo our voters that our demand
for the ballot is not engendered by
Tho men of our Pacific Northwest ure
a noble lot of freemen. The spirit of
enterprse which led them across the
untrackod continent, to form a new cm
piro iwstdo our sundown sea was a
bold and freo spirit; and tho patient
heroism of the few women who originally
shared their lot had in it tho elements
There aro lessons of liberty In tho
rock-ribbed mountains that pierce our
blue horizon with their snow-crowned
heads and laugh to scorn tho warring
elements of tho earth, tho wator and
tho air. Thero aro lessons of freedom
in tho broad prairies that roll away into
illimitablo distances. There are lessons
of equality in the gigantic, evonly
crested forest trees, that rear thoir
Mydra heads to tho vaulted zenith, ami
touch tho bluo horizon with extended
arms. Thore aro lessons of truth and
justice in tho very air wo breathe; and
lossons of irresistlblo progross in the
mighty waters that surge and sweep
with superhuman power between tho
overhanging bluffs of our own Columbia,
the "river of tho west."
My statu is thu only ono represented
this year In this groat convention in
which an equal suffrage nmendmout is
(wilding. Tho opportunity has come
to us, as to tho women of no other state,
to claim the dawn of the twentieth
century, as our year of jubilee. To
work in unison with each other, and
with tho women of the oldor states, that,
crystalizcd with constitutions hoary
with the inscrustations of long vanished
years, compel them to look to the free,
young, elastic west for thu liberties
they cannot get at home, is tho proud
ambition that commands my presence
here tonight. Help us with your wise
dom, your sympathy, your co-oporation,
good friends ; and when we shall have
been successful at tho ballot boxes of
our state, thus tulding a star of tho first
magnitude to tho already bright con
stellation of our free states which "now
illumine our northwestern heavens, we
will entertain you with a national
jubilee to celebrate our llbortioa, as the
most fitting accompaniament to the i
dawn of the twontieth century which'
patriotism onn devh-o. Then shall
liberty, newly torn, do chnnoned with a i
new name, selected for her by an o ti
genarian Orogonian, now confined with
the infirmities of age in a New York '
hospital, who wnt our equal suffrage .
association, as a nwsHigo of congratula
tion, when the telegraph proclaimed
tho naws that ottr amendment had
passed tho legislature, tlw magical
meeting, "tho child w born and her
name is Alleluia.
..j. - j...m 1 rati iiirrlfriliantnrilrtMalasVritiii n
Afttr I trill Induced a . f.Aa...
UK'l'H, I Mil notir be without litem In tbebouie
.1 ",'" .".V '." JttT thne "J head
ached uuJ I bail stomach trouble Kow ullra lik.
.. ,.I. . nne "r "" Imnltoiued
mc.u ,,u ucriBurmi remit tor our tuiuacb
JOS. KHEUL1NQ, lwl Cvujiro St , 8t JuH Mo.
Pleasant Palatable, I'oleiil Taste Goo.1 Dc
Uood, doTer Sicken Wen in oruriic lOt. i.c 50c
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
Slrll . l.a,..;, I klt.f.. Mratrr.l. ant 1 rk. Ml
NUIUun(J gitiato I'ltl .lohaivo llabll
Tho anti-smoke ordinance In Kansas
City was sustained in court. Tho court
held that careful firing of furnaces is
preventative of tho smoke nuisance.
Try Allen's Foot-Ease,
A powder to bo shaken into tho
shoes. At this season your feet feel
swollen, nervous nnd hot, and get
tired easily. If you havo smarting
feet or tight shoes, try Allen's Foot
Ease. It rools tho feet and makes
walking easy. Cures swollen and
sweating feet, blisters and callous
spots. Relieves corns and bunions of
all pain and gives rest unci comfort.
Try It today. Sold by nil druggists
and shoe stores for 25c. Trial pack
age FREE. Address, Allen S. Olin
tscd, Lo Roy, N. Y. eod d&w
Sceintists say that the orange was
formerly u berry, and that It has been
developed for over 7,000 years.
If you have had tho grip take Hood's
Sarsaparilla. It will brace you up. pur
ify your blood, and overcome all bad
elfects of the disease.
o u3l s a? a n x us. .
JJoari the The Kind You Haq Always Bought
Bignaturo V Z2,
Mr. Frank Draper,
of Pittsburg. Pa., a theological student
of marked ability and most logical reus
oner on scriptural evidences, will give
a series of Itiblo discourses at tho W. C.
T. U. rooms, on May 7, 8, 1), 18UD, nt II
p. m. and 7:.'M) p. m. Mr. Draper is
said to (ossess remarkable knowleugo of
sacred writ. He illustrates his talk
with a handsome colored chart. All
are cordially Invited. Seats free. No
collections. 6 3 Ot
I'limon.'nt ' Incrippe, and v, hooping
couih readily Iclil to One Minute Cough
Cure, Ue this ttiretly and
bill r Stone Drug Stores.
ave h doctor's
One swallow may not make a .sum
mer, but ono frog makes a spring.
SICK. HEADACHE AHjUUTELY AND
permanently curfd by uinK Mold Tea. A
pleasant herb drink. Cures constipation nut)
indigestion, makes you cat, sleep, work and
hippy. Satisfaction guaranteed or money
back. 25c and 50c. I.unn & Itrooks druggist
It has been found that X rnys are I
tal to bacteria. In the Hygienic i
stitutoMif Munich they 1110 iced oh
A Good Thing Well Done.
New und pleasing ideas In adver
tising ulwuys Interest. Nothing has
appeared for years which Is bo at
tractive ns the Hood's Sitrsanurlllii
advertisements, utilizing proverbs and
wlso sayings as headings, each fol
lowed by 11 little honilly cleverly con
necting the proverbs with the subject.
Ucsldes this, tho quaint Jensen Italic
typo for tho preliminary fentences,
finishing with it script slogan, "Hood's
Sarsaparilla Never Disappoints," odds
to theoirecllveness. All tins work' is
running In over 7000 papers, 0
The Harness to Buy.
A hand sewn, homo made,
host to bo mado for cash or trade,
For uso with corriogo, plow or cart;
Warranted not to pull apart.
From P. B. SHAFEU,
3 d & w 123 State street.
Needs assistance it may bo host to ren
der it promptly, but ono should ruinem
lor to use even tho most iKirfect rem
edies only when needed. Tho lnist and
most simple and gentle romedy Jh the
Syrup of Figs, manufactured by the
California Fig Syrup Co.
DYSPEPSIA CAN UK LURED HY
using Ackxr's Dy; epsla Tablets. One little
tablet will cive Immediate relief or money
refunded. Sold in handsome tin Ixxes at 25c.
Lunn & brooks, drugchu.
CALIFORNIA VOU'NTEKK'S MA11CII.
DyCapi. V. Holllitur. baudmanter of tho lit
Rtadmeiil CalfnrnU Vnluntfr. arraiwed fqr
UHtreci'ivtMi. Odin ainui aiuutii'iKiutn,
lrlre Ui reu'.i. ( omiotl In tho trenohfu
vw imu -
If vou have piles, CURE them. No
use undergoing horrible operations.
Put your contidence In DeWlttV
Witch Hazel Salve. It will not fall
to cure YOU. Stone Drug Hlores.
President Albert, of tho Marlon
county cycle association, bus appointed
tho following as monilwrs of the execu
tive cemmittee: K. V. hennett, Stay
ton ; P. L. Rlackorby, Sllvorton ; F. W.
Settlumeior, Woodbum.Tho committer
w 111 go before the county court Thurs
day afternoon to consult with that body
as to the com-truction of biccl path
Diaests what you eat.
It artificially digests tho food and aid
Nature in strengthening and recoa
Btructingthe ex&aueted digestive or-
inland tonic No other preparation
rannroMhlt in eMclency. . It in-
stantly rellevej and wnnanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Ffatunfncc, Bour Stomach. Nausea,
aU other result of imperieci uigwuuu.
pr porta oy & v. bibi mwv -w
m J CATHARTIC
-mill illlllll n
Favor Tendering Uncle Sam
On Wilson Avenue
As a auitaole Site for the New Post Office
The city council mot lost evening in
regular session Mayor ltishop In tho
chair, and all Aldermen present.
Tho city recorder was. authorized to
draw a warrant in favor of W. A. Hum
mel for $1.40 tax rebate
HILLS ORDKKKn PUD.
J. F. Gillmore, $1.14.
Tho committo on streets reported in
favor of permitting J. W. Watt to build
a water tank on east side of Church
street, between Court and State.
Tho committee on licenses reported in
favor of granting Win. Ilnack a thrco
months' liquor license.
Tho monthly rejwtof recorder Judah
was read and approved.
Alderman Rlggs moved that Recorder
Judah be Instructed io advertise for
bids for 100 cords of big fir wood. Car
ried. The special committee authorized to
employ legal advice in the matter of tho
Goodo suit reported that Ithoy had re
tained Messrs. Itonham, Jeffrey and
Martin, who had won tho suit In tho
circuit court, nnd that they had nlso ar
ranged for their services in case of an
appeal of tho coso to the supreme court.
Upon request the nightwntchman nt
the Salem Woolen mills will be sworn
in as a policeman without pay.
The application of F. P. Tnlkington
for saloon license wos referred.
'Hie resignation of Elmer 11 . White as
hoemon of the lire department "was
referred to committee on firo and water.
A petition was received flgncd by
Lndd & Rush nnd a hundred citizens
asking that the city offer to tho govern
ment 11 block of ground off tho w est
end of Wilson avenue for tho location of
a post ollico building. Mr. Gesuer
moved to refer to the committee on
streets and public proporty, and op
losed tho petition. Mr. Grlswold spoke
In favor of the petition. Mr. Gesnor's
motion was lost. Gcncr then moved to
Mr. lhirrows moved that a committee
of three be appointed to lock up the
title to the WINon avenue property and
It deemed desirable to offer the same to
the government. Carried. The major
named Mcsrs. llurrows, Rlggs and
Mr. Gesner moved that Recordor
Judah adertise for bids on hay for thu
Refore adjournment Mr. Legg ask that
the council proceed to elect a policeman.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
the Kind You Have Always Bought
To-Nignt and To-Morrow Night,
And each day nna Icilght during this
week you can uct at any druggist's
Kciuirs Halsain for tho Throat and
Lungs, acknowledged tu be tho most
successful remedy ever sold for
Coughs. Croup. Hronchltls. Asllimu
unci Consumption. Get u bottle to
day und keep It ulways In tho house,
so you can check your cold at once.
Price '.Uic and 60c. Sample bottle free
Pardoned by the Goyernor,
Hut no man can expect to bo pardoned
by his wife if lie neglects to send home
a'supply of groceries such as are kept
for wile by llranson & Ituguii. fll-H-5
Shake Into Your Shoes
Alton's Foot-Ease, a powner for the
feet. It cures painful, iwollcn,
siuarttlug, nervous feet, und Instantly
takes the sting out of corns und bun-
Inns. It's the greatest comfort dis
covery of tho age. Allen's PnolKio
makes tight or new shoes feel easy,
It Is a certain cure lor sweating,
callous and hut. tired, aching feet.
Try It today. Hold by all druggists
and shoe stores. Ry mall for 26c, In
sunups. Trial package FREE. Ad
dross Allen ti. Olmsted, Lo Roy, N
V, cod d&w
9 TIIK nUST IS JIAI1K KKOVI m
r Rottur ihMH any prorlously nmde.
V (luHranteed us runruttentMl.
A Mnny refunded If not mtkfHrtory.
Kt Obtain the best from vnur home mill.
p Y'Mir(inr will supply you lU-rf
CKMENT. F.IMK, FIRRHRICK.
GRAVEL AM) IHIVND HAND. eU
0.8. BENTLEYaud Co,
etauMMtis (A Batew leapt. Co.
810 FRONT STREET.
UuNMfal, f'off0tkUtt. and I'rlvata Ci
obt)fly pr4 hAt nBrlfi. UetDr. HIlM
Blo I'lUafrcodniMis' -One cu dr
ACTS. I t '
A Block mkffl Wtub If Al 1 i V. K
U. GBKr AlksTB 111 M 111
for Infants and Children.
Ill ill 1 in 1 inula n 11 1 m mi mm mi 1111111 iiiiiiiimi m
The- TCiitil Yot! Itnvo AlwnyH Bought has borno tho Btgim
ttiro uf Thus, II. Flotehoi', nml hnH been inrulo under Ills
(HMonnl Rttneevl.simt for over 30 yours. Allow no ono
to doeclYo yon in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and
"Jiwl-jpt-tfood" arc but Experiments, nnd endanger tho
health of Children lixpeilenco ng-ninst Experiment,
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THt CtNTAUW COMPNT, T? MUWmt tTWIIT, HtWVOWKeiTV.
TRICES TO SUIT.TIIE TIMES.
J03 STATE STREKT
Shredded Whole Wheat Biscuit.
Fancy Sliced Breakfast Baccn.
Grape Nut Butter.
Grape Nut Food.
HARRITT &; LAWRBNCB
OLD I'OSTOFKIOK QHOOKKY,
See our Superb Hue of
SHOES FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN.
including French Crepons and other Desirable things.
TRUNKS AND VALISES
all kitidfutiul sizes, all at Rock Bottom prices.
W. H. HOBSON, 297 Commcrciel St.
"At the Sign of the
For thlrtv veurs I have sunnlled
harness of the Rest California
nuL of my slion Is warranted lo
equipped to pupply the demand than oyer before. My stock Is nut
c(iiultc(l Between Portland and 'Frisco. Manufacturer und Importer
of Hurtles, Saddles', Robes, Whips and Hurso Cluthlng.
E. S. Lamport, 289 Commercial street,
. JJKJSWSTJSIt & WJIITB,
01 Couut Stkkkt.
" Hay Grain, Mill Feed and Flour
A Full Lini: ov Quash Bi:kos.
OUR MOTTO:-Qulclc sulcs, small prollls.
Advertisement for Proposals lor the Sit
for Public Building.
U. d. TitKAHUKY DKl'AHTMICNT, I
WA3IIINC1TON, I). C, April 15, 181)1). f
Sealed proposals will lw received, lo
bo opened at 2 o'clock p. in. May HI,
1601), fur tho sale to tho United Stales
of suitable r-roperty, centrally and
conveniently Jocated, fur a site for the
public building authorized by Ant of
Co.ivress, approved Murch 2, 1809, to
be erected In Salem, Ore. A corner
lot, approximating 130 feet front by
140 feet In dimensions, Is preferred. If
net a corner lot, the property must ap
proximate i:i0 feet by ISO feet In dl
mcuslons; the 180 feet to be street
frontage. E'icli proposal must bo
mado with the understanding und
agreement that, If It Is accepted, the
buildings and ull Improvements on
the pioperty are to be retained, and
removed within thirty days after
written notice, by thu vendor, und
that all expeufes connected with fur.
nlHlilngovldenco of title and deeds of
convcyunce aro to bo paid by the
vendor. Each proposal must bo uc
ompanled by a properly drawn dia
gram, giving the metes nnd bounds nt
the property, und showing tho streets
around the block In which tho prop
erty Is situated; ubo by a written
statement In regard to the grades,
character of ground for foundation,
etc Tho right to reject any und all
proposals Is reserved.
Euch proposal must lie smiled,
marked "Proposal for the bale of
property for a site for thn Public
Rulldlng In Kalein, Ore." and ad
dressed und mulled to
L. J. Oaok.
Secretary of tho Treasury,
4 20td AVushlngton, I). (J.
J Wt ihlnlc you cancure dial tMclit "tack
cfDyspeoiU by dieting Kodo Dyiiil
Lute WILL ouielt; ar.it restores 'he d gestlv
orij4ni u 1 Siori Drug Mote.
Ifyou sufler (rem lendemrs r fullne on
right sids, pa'ns under .Iwuider-tiUde, ai.d
your liver Is torpid and cor.gestcd. DeWitt's
Llt e Early Kisers will cure you permit),
ent'y by rtmolng ihe coneesnon. TIlbY
AUK GOOD l'll.LS.htone DiugSioie.
Notice Is hereby ulyen that tho co
partnership heretofore existing lie
twfen H. M. Hranson, II. H. Ragan
and O. J, Shirley under the linn name
und style of II, M, Hninson k C". as
grocers at tho City of Halem, Oregon
has this day Ijeen dlawilved by mutual
content, the said O. J, Shirley retir
ing from aid firm end business. Buld
buxlness will hereafter be conducted
by the said II. M llranwui and II II
Hiigan, who will nay ull outstanding
oIuIiub and demands against the said
firm of H. M, Hranson Sc Co,, and all
accounts due to Mild ilrm are payable
to the said If. M. Uranpn and 1(, II,
(Signed) II. M. HltANBQJ.
4'3-ltil. O.J. BfllRLBY.
kjuj. mimi i.i 'Uii'mjnj- JL
)liances of All
tho trade with "All Home Mado"
Leather, Everything that goes
glvo satisfaction nnd 1 am bottur
Cut Freight Rates.
The now steamer. Cltv of Kuuene. will
coino tiji early next week. Duo notice
of regular dates and time schedule will
Ik gl en Indue season. Freight rate,
15 cents (xir hundred flat. fi-IMIt.
Dull Headache, rains in various parts ol
the lxxly. SinkinKot the tut of the stomach,
Lnssiil appetite. I'cvcmhness, Pimples or
Sores are all positive evidences of impure
blood. N nutter how It became so it mutt
be nuilfled In order to obtain good health,
Acker's Wood likxlr has never failed to cute
Scrofulous or hyplidltlc poisons or any other
blood dlsca es. It Is cortalnly a wonderful
remedy and we will sell every bottle on a
jiosltive guarantee Lunnsdrug stote.
A beautiful enlargement 10x20
ulvon away withoyery Wordorat tho
Cronlso Studio ovur N. Y. Raokot
stole. 4 27 t
The Homeliest Man in Salem
As well as the handsomest, and others
are Invited to cull 011 any druggist
and get freo 11 trial bottle of Kemp's
HuUum for tho Throat nnd Lungs, u
remedy that Is guaranteed to euro and
believe ull Chronic and Autito Coughs,
Asthma, Hronchltls und Consump
tion. Price 26c, and COc. cod&w
borne ol Hie results ot neglected dysoptic
C0'ditlon are cancer, consumption and epi
lepsy. Kodol Dyspepsia Cute prevents Ibis
li cflectinu ijuick cure, Stone Drug Stores,
Pohtland May 8. Wheal yullo)
WMHM.; V.illa Wuilu, 68 f8i.
Flour Portland, 2,W Superllne
12.16 per bbl.
Hay 18 per ton.
!!onttirj($l7c: old oropjlc.
Wool-Valley, I0(12c; Eastern
MtlUtutl limn, 917; shorLs, 118.
turKcys, live, liKai.iic
Eggs Oregon, 14(016 per do.
Hides ureen, saiu-u ouios,
under CO lb4.7(8i;shuop M)lts,l
unions 7oc(aii per sacg.
Hutter Rest dairy, IO(0l4c;facy
creamery, 60c per roll.
Potatoes, 11,10 per cwt.
Hogs Heavy, it 72.
Mutfni Weathers -te: dresned. 71c
Heof-tltr8.M.&Or.'Ufi: cows, 2.M
(i$:).00 drohncd, fio.
II uy Ruled , :lieat,
Flour In wholesale low, 2 7ft re
wholesale low, 2 7ft
Millstutr-bran $10 00
Hogs dro'sed. 6c.
Sheep LI vo, 2.6004I3.
RutterDalry 121 creancer 20c.
Wool-Best,l6c. Mohair 2Ac.
-11 ' W'V
CzaautKoa and break down foUetrs
jTtat it by uiuts Dr. Milts' tf trvfat.
O. M. ffiAOK
Successor to Dr. J. M. Kecne, old Whitt
Corner. Sal ;m. Or. Part les deslrlnc tMoerlot
1 operations at moderate fees In any branch M
1 In espcciid request.
ALBERT A. JESSUP.
UOOMS 1 AND U, nAY HLK.
Salem Soda Works
R. H. Westacott, Prop.
All kinds of toft ilrlnka nnd bar a) nip
apoolalty. h Irst cUm (loUrcry,
61 rCRUV STREET,
3 lltf Phono 2605
PIANO TUNERS AND REPAIRERS
For Bnlom an I vicinity lcavo nrlers at Oco
0. Will's Miulc aioro.
Office, bcity iiali.
For water service apply at office. Ild'i
payable monthly In advance, Make u
complaints at the olH-i.
Express and Transfei
Meets all mail and passenger traits. Hag.
,;age and express to all pails of tht jdl)
Prompt service, Telephoue No. 70.
O. H. LANBi
07 BTATM HTUKCT.
tgrSulU Q19 nud upwards,
Panta S3 and upwartU
BICYCLE REPAIRING. ""
Bicycles repaired und sundries sup
piled. Now shop ready to repnlr or
011 lid you a fyjiecl
Satisfaction guaranteed. Your pat
EDGAR & RORRRTS,
a 18 tf 105 State strict.
No, 71 Chemckcta st, &&
I. 11. T. TimilLfAssaycr,
G. S. FREEBURGER
Sute street, near railroad. Freshest and
best meats, My patrons say I keep the licit
meats in town a af
XT XcLO ttJ i CEMlL'fST,
J, F, GILMORE,
M Stale and 119 oiittst
Caoital SoaD Works,
Running at full blast and making bca
of laundry and toilet soaps, lie sure to call
for thtJSalem brand , when )ou want.cood
A. V, ANDEUECO,
Bcrtlia H. Hubbard.
Touuhurof 1 latio and Organ, Real
duncu one block west of North school,
comer. Special terms to beginners.
II .11 I tut
U euHMKucur. nT,
Guarantee best service In tho city,
8 leanest shop and shurpest razors,
lye us a call. 4-1-tf
Money to Loan
at 7 per cent
On Mortgage Security.'
One Mfive; years' lime.
boiub & BAiuairr,
dw.u.ii-jm 270 Commercial at.
Central Cash Grocery
FrMh atitck (it drocorlca sud I'ro-
vuiinu Jut oovntl at tho iiomt store
on Qlinriili atreel. For uimJ kmmI
Tho Intor-Stato Unlvorslty Systom
of Muslonl Inatruotlop.
K. II. BCOTC 1), M. PUKHlOKr
A National Co-oiretle Institution which la
lilniilnir to uilmlier Ita faoUltV by hUUdrinU
and Its t-u.lU by thOUnaoUa, inbracl&K niot
I thautwvnlystatc. . ,
Yot II lienSt of
I'uplU ul PrUnta IVarliers
eiuutii Kuimukirrio tub.
' CvrllficaUf vranted from a rtfc-uUrly ehr
Ksplaliatfon or the ejUm in drttatl
I in theea foluinna
1 Walell for it,
60doicr HtM National UaoklllJ
Ooedrfwo place open for adraaoeil plaara U
a piano aurttt.
IUII IJLSJ-miMll. IL.
AssoclalelTeacher Western Consetva
tory, Kansas City, Mo., representing
the Xnter.stale System, at Salem, Ore,
Over First National Hank. RealdetM
376 Church street. Studio hours-9 to '
12 anu a to 5.
PAlnU, Oils Window Glass Vatt I
man, ana too most compieto stock
of Brushos of all ldnds In the stnte
Artists tnntorlals, lime; hair; oe
niont and shingles; and U10 finest
quality of grass seed.
Now today aavortuomenra tour Unss
or less In this column inserted t&res
tlruoa for 25 eta., GO cts 11 week, $1
per month. All over tour line at
VA'TED To trndo a corner lot for
wood. Call, or address P. R WIU
liniiiH, comer Fifteenth and Mission "
FOR SALE Six year old maro.'lO
hands high, weighs RXX) ixmnds. True
and gentle, works single or doublet
Inquire nt, Radabougli A Froncl's
Livery stables. C-l-3t
PORE HOME-MADE BRANDY- '.'
Made from apples, grapes nnd prune?. '
At '-.SO (er gallon. At Distillery 1 -1
mile east of State penitentiary, Au- J
gust Aufranc. 5-l-(lt
ROOMS, Furnished or unfurnished,
single or in suites, dining room ud-
Joining, homelike. Second floor Cottlo J
Rlock. Mottle llutcliins, Prop. Room V
12; 5-3-lm -
PASTURE. For ten head of cattle and i
11 few heud of horses. Apply to Lock,
Uox 110, Turner, Oregon. 6-3 3t
WANTED-A good family drlylng
hurso and surrey. Address with
particulars. J. W. T care Journal
ollico. 22 tr
AGENTS VANTED-For"The Life"
and Achievements of Admiral
Dowcy," the world'H greatest naval
hero. Uy Murat Halstcad, tlio life
long friend und admirer of tho na
tion's Idol. UlggesL and best book;
over COO pages, 8x10 laches: nearly
100 pages iiulf-touo Illustratiens:
map In colors. Only $1.50. Eaor
itious deiuuud. Rig coiuiulesions.
Outfit free. Chance of u Ilfo time.
Write quick. Tlio Dominion Com
pany.Caxton Bldg,, Chicago. 4 10 130
ITOR SALE OR RENT.-10 uorcaof
land, und house, ono aero of gardcu,,
buluncc bottom paituro and wood.
Good water, Joins school, G. iVY.
rearmlne, 2 miles north on River
roud. 4 16 tf
FOR SALE OR RENT.-A good tlio
plant, also tlio for salu. For particu
lars uddrcss M. WaltlaoJclil, 143
Union strcot, buleui Oregon.
1I10YOLE I'ATII-lr your bloycle
needs repairs bring II In, we huvo
the skill und stock to keep It In first
class condition, Wc carry a full
line 01 sundries and make a special
ity of enameling come and see us,
wo satisfy our patrons. Gardner- &
White, 288 Llbuity street. Hohuan'i
block, noxt door to steam laundry.
Phono 2855. 1-20-tf
IMPROVED-fiirms por aoros 785, M;.
300, $20; 240, $10; 317, 815; f63,$14i ,
1C0 with hops, $35; 73, $22; 145, $15,'
100 lino home $18; 143, $30, A. F.
MoAtco, 103 State street. 4 6 tr
LESSONS GIVEN IN PAINTING
AND DRAWING Studies front
natnro or Decorative work, as pre-'
forrcd, In encll, Ink, charcdi,
crayon, pastel and Oil painting.
Mrs. J. n mown, Home studio,. .iiKi
Court street. 3-25-t
HOUSE CLEANERS - Reuieiubcr
that tho best and cheapest carpet
paper Is the heavy felt paper sold
at Thu Journal ottice. 20-tf
MUSICAL r-A litnltsd number of studenli
taken, 011 piano, violin, guitar, mandolin
and itther Also Gorman and French
lessons given. Anna M. Krebs. Muife
studio, tiray block, rooin 5. Call from
to 4 p m also Ham, tf
s? DEALER I 2
WANTKD -Hovrral tnutworlhy partona to
managu oar IxulneM lu ttielr own and'1
nearl.y coiintliM. Mainly olllm work eon J acted
ot Inline, rUUry straight isx) a yMrand'ex- -uuiisvi.
ilolinlti', lionntids salary, 110 more, no.
If, Mlary tlofvreiiee. Knolmo aelr-ad-"
Ureuoil atumpi'ii uudoim, Tu Pomihiov . (
CoMl'AXV. l)it . Chicago. SS-fJ-d
Farm ior Sale. P.K.Wsa
liuna, uilHnio lu tail wheal, with house, oarm,
and llvlui water, One tract chole jrrub land.
VO aoras39 acre hops, 'I dwelling Ivoua, ,'i
barns, and 'i khoI hop houxes, llfluir wair and
balance ol land In wheat, oxttpl aUratS aeraa
0I0I10I10 tliuUir. Choice location. Inquire ol
l-'Jlml M.J KUAN. ilrwu; Ore.
So you get your wo'k done, it doesn't mat
te 1 what power ts ucd, whether It be Hy C
draulic, jackass or Arnutron c s. i cuaran
tee an my woik to im raicoaoicaiiy wen
done, lturse ihoelne. tlresittine. buecy ttUi
carriage work a stccialty, "I foosst pay4) (
honest work" 11 my motto. My aaop -Wtm '
High street, next door tothebahm Uoiii
Come and we me and I will treat you Tani
your woik wen,
to May 10th to purchase all
or parts of n lotT.U,of,
lot 8 blk 70, Salem Or, Lou
right roserved to re
ject all bids, but aro reas
onable and want to soil,
R, D, SMfcnb
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