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AN HONORED CITIZEN
IS LAID TO REST
Rcpwsentativa Mutphy, of Union Coun
ty, Was a Loyal Elk and a Member
of the Catholic Faith
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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1903.
At 10 o'clock many of the frlonds
0f the deceased assembled at the
opera house Whoro servlcos were
eluded. The members of tho lodge
and friends then viewed the remains.
Then the funeral procession nmrwi.i.
jod to the Catholic church headed by
Mr. Murphy leaves a wldqw and a
12y?r okt daughter at La" Grande
His father, P. . Murphy, hit mother
and five sisters, who llvo In Portland,
and two other sisters, Mrs. T. Smith
of Spokane and sister, Martha, n
teacher In Providence Academy, nt
Vancouver, Wash., survive him and
who have the deep sympathy of many
. I..a1a,1 ttfrwta tllA nllaiilnn .. 11 ' i
conuui-un. uu .v -i... m u18ino members of the Klks lodge In a
u Grnndo lodge of Elks, of which; body. The flowers ar .,,,,., J
Mr. Murphy had ben Past Exalted
Ruler. Tho mombors of tho lodge
marched from their, hall to tho opera
house, following tho caBket, the soft
low funeral march played by Mr.
Clara T. L.yio. After a few biMef re
marks by E. "Wi. .Dartlott ami F. S.
Nnnho, Hon. Walter M. Pierce deliv
ered nn nddross, saying In part:
"How littlei we thought a fow days
ago wc would be called upon to by
away this good man. He was nn hon
eft, upright citizen and a truo hon
orable friend,, ncvor faltorlng In hit
duty. There novor was a tnoro kind
hearted man In any community. Why
he wna taken away so early In life
a Higher Power only knows. It
ihowa us what Is best to do, fulfill the
duties of this Bhort life as near right
ag Is possible. Ills life was such. A
better, a nobler, a moro honest man
never sat in the legislative halls, Ii
was a Christian nnd a member of one
of tha great churches. To his be
reared wife wo know not what tc
my. Sorrow too deep for words."
A quartette, consisting of Messrs
were taken to tha nimmh in ,i.
. - " ")' "IC tut-
"age decorated In the lodge colors.
Reverend Father Reads conducted fu
neial services at the church which
wore largely attended nnd very im
pressive. The fRther spoke of the
many good traits of the honorod
dead, the mysteries and uncertainties
The last sad duty was In the march
to the Catholic cemetery whore ho
wns laid to rest. "0, Grave where la
thy Victory, O Death where is Thy
The active pall bearers were se
lected from ' members of his church
as follew: J. II. Pearce, J. H. Foley,
Julius Roesch, James M. Murphy,
Jnmes McCoy nnd James Garritjs and
six of the 'officers of the Elks lodge
were also solected as pall bearers as
follews: J. Wi Scriber, S. W. Bartlett,
J. Ii. Thorson, Eugene Schow, Fred
Itock and F. . McCulty. '
There was much sorrow In the com
raunlty over the death of this good
man and he will be missed for hie
great worth by the entire community
Governor Chnmberlaln yesterday af
ternoon pardoned T. IS. James, serving
a throe-year sentence In the peniten
tiary from Umatilla county, for burg
lary. James has- served 18 months of
his tlmo nrul has been a model pris
oner. He Is a veteran of tho Civil
war. and a member of tha 0-. A. lb,
nnd the pardon was urged by the G.
A. II. post of Pendleton, and many
leading citlsens of Umatilla county,
including n number of the court offi
cials. Tho pardon was granted In
view of the service the old man has
rendered his country, and tho fact
that, in view of his age, he has been
sufficiently punished by faithfully
serving one-half of the sentence im
posed. Jnmcs loft the- prison last
night for his old home in Pendleton.
We offer ono hundred dollars To
ward for any caso of catarrh that
cannot bo curod by Hall's Catarrh
Curo. F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
We, tho undoralgncd, have known
P. J. Cheney for tho loot 1C years,
and bellore him porfectly honorablo
In all business transactions and finan
cially ablo to carry out any obliga
tions made by their firm.
WEST & TUUAX, Wholosalo Drug
gists, Toledo, Ohio.
WALDING, RINNAN & MARVIN,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Curo 1b tokon intor
nnlly, acting directly upon tho blood
and mucous surfaces of tho system.
Testimonials sent freo. Prlco 75c
May help yotf in selecting a gilt. And this is only a fraction of what we have.
Appropriate for Men ' Appropriate for Ladies Appropriate for Boys
Ink Stand. Cake Plate. and Girls
Paper Weight. Fruit Tray.
Pen Winer 8e Knives
fen wiper. Candlesticks.
Paper Cutter. And Fok8 Ornaments.
Ash Tray. Napkin Rings.
104 Pieces . ,
Pipe and Money Safes.
Match Holder. Child's Sets.
In Silverware. ' .
Shaving Mug. P'n Tray.
Shaving Mirror. Candy Tray,
m Jardlner with
Clock. 0 Nut Dish.
i "U Pedestal o .. u
Tobacco Jar. ' 0 H Pencil Holder.
Mush Set. C p ece n . Collection Cup
o Kaiser Zlnn. . .
Good Coffee I , o And Saucer.
8teln v Chocolate set. o Collectlon Plate.
n Glass for m n.j i
Individual Salt 3 0 Bedroom Lamp.
o Collection rn ... ,.,
And Pepper Shake. tn 2 chlna Va8e'
2 Salad Set. - . v
Reading Lamp. w z Q,a" Va8c-
2 J Collsetlon Plate. tj w.,rhe,
Nut Cracker. - 2 Watches,
cu.P,do, s sa,adBow1, : TheL,rtf
Wine Set 2 " "" 5 What We Have
' S Cake 8tad C ,n suitable
Toilet 8et. I ,n 8ultaD,e
ntn w ' " A Plece ln Gifts for Either
Offlco Vase. h
am .. h n o Japane" WarC The Ladl" or
Office Umbrella: , o
. t , . v. ', pr,or Lamp- The Gentlemen
Set Glasses. c
.. .; 5 Chafing Dish. Qf the Jovenes
5 O'clock Tea. a go Exten8ve
For Old Lamp.
Statuary. Tney cannot
Cup and Saucer.
, Wall Plaque. Be Enumerated
Carving set. , .
Lemonade Set. n the Umti of
Finger Bowls. An Advertisement.
Ornament A '
Mush Sets. A visit Is
Bisque Figures. '
Cups and Saucers. Aj Tnat )t
Souvenir calendar. Fancy pate, .
Sugar and Creamer. Boh Vate. . yw
Cream Plteher. Candlestick.
That This Is
Spoon Trav Dinner Set
ZZ. AI,T.,,.H.c, . TH.W..
Plenty of efficient help to wait pon yo. We pack for
mail, cxptess, freigfct or wagon. Out sto.c open a c
evenings ntil Xmas. Rememfccr goods e marked plam
Yokohama Tea btoe
Fresh Hoaneu ww....
tteqnlre the Most Cnretnl Attention na
Well as Good SoU.
DM' you over sco a rosebush which
dcsplt tho most benoflcent environment
ot sgll of sunshine nnd of atmosphere,
-eceraed never to achieve a healthy
A ton 'of manure -will not help a plant
that has a canker eating out Its heart
You must destroy the cause beforo yoil
can remove the effect.
Tou cannot cure Dandruff nnd Bald
oesa by rubbhur on hair lotions, and
Tubbing ln vaseline, etc.
Tou must look to tho cause of the
trouble It's a germ at the roots of
your hnlr whloh oausos It to fall out
Newbro's Herptcldo destroys the cerm,
end healthy hnlr Is the sure result.
Sold by leading druggists. Send 10c. ln
Stamps for sample to The Herplclde Co.,
Daniel J. Pry, Special Agent
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Hall's Family Pills are tho best
When You Want
Romothlng to oat, Just try tho White
House. Thoy can Borvo you at any
hour of tho dny or night
O .A. El 1? O 3R. I jA. .
3rfl th yf i w mm tm Han Almtrj BjT
Families who like to have a
case of bright sparkling,
boor at home, whloh will
rIvo n st to their food and
tono to their aystam, will
have a caso of (Kir's now. It
is a fine beer. Call up -phone
I i .THBE?l:
Dont Go Away :B&&; airdf
Cty Yout Eyes Oat
!! 118 State St.
If your druggist did not. hrwo wbrit you wanted
to givo to him or to hor for n Xuins Ttsont, console
your eolf, by thinking thn.1 when you got over (hia
spell, you will go to. tho rtoltfuo riiarmnoy whoro tlipy
hnvo what you want.
Phone, .Wain 2541
MHWMH frHKI t4HM-HWHHi
Main Office 17 t
For the Most Complete Stoc&iof
., J itoW nil ' I
Don't Let It Escape
Wlion you luive at laat Bolzed such
a goou opporiunuy 01 unviiK yuur
laundry work ilono tn such perfect
condition, and of such an Irroproach
ablo color and finish as you will find
ovorythlng that leaven our establlnh
monu Wo lmvo aimed to make tho
work dono at tho Balom Htoara laun
dry norfoct and to keop It at the top
taotch of porfoction. and wo havo sue-
coedod In gramylng our patrons oe
yond our fondoot hopes. Drop us a
postal card or tolephone, and the
wagon will stop.
and Nickle Plate Wai?e
at reasonable prices, see
Sale at the Fai Stoe
! Kvorythlng, including genoral rnckot Btoro goods of or'ery descrip- S
also tho largest stock of toya and holiday goous in uaiom
! ! ThAn nil other honsoa In Hnlem combined. I mean business, and, X
! I realising that, whllo U will bo a loss to mo, it will bo your gain. Must
bo sold within two wooks. I
Iluslnesa oltowhoro demands my attontlon, and overywing must
.. - .. i ... ti nn mlu (tin front nnrvnrtlinltV to KOt TOUF hOll-
t day goods and winter supplies. Tho Fair Btoro, 274 Commercial Bt
O. P. DABNEY, Proprietor.
STORE OPEN EVENINQS.
230 Liberty 8t
3 lbs Fancy Dates.
2 lbB Walnuts or Almonds.
2 lbs Mixed Nut.
2 lbs cans Solid Pinappl.
1 Dushel of Good Apple.
1 Package Darnum Animals.
1 Package NoaVs Ark.
Fuller k Douglas,
142 SUk Grocers Plne2201
That THE FAIR STORE is loented nt No. 274 Commercial
Street, and tliat we carry thelargmt stock of tya and holiday
tjoodB in Hnlem, nt priced tliut enn't bo beat Wo lmvo wcnreM
wncoiiH, hobby horeea.wlieol barrows, doll cnrrlngoe, childrona
rockiiiu ohnirs, toy trunka, drums, lionw, topr, bnnka, tool
eliostf, air guns, boatfl. toy lurniture, doll Iioumm, ChrUtmiw
trco ornnmeiitfl nnd, in fnct, ovcrytlilitg in tbnt line.
Wo hnvo tho boat values in dolls over eton in Snlem.
THE FAIR STORE
274 Commercial Street
Indian Postals and Pictoes,
Baskets, Mats, Bone Chains and every
thing for the Indian corner,
Ml A. H. Welcfa,
arritt & Lawrence
Sell more Oroe.rlw ib4 Utter arocerlw fHan AMYIOOY
There's where you get GOOD treatment-and GOOD- goods .
Stop in and foryoanelt ccd p. o. onocenY. .