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- DAILY.CAPITAL. JOURNAL; SALCMOREQON, XUESDAy,JUNE21r 1904.
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The Ewald Fruit Farms
Won at Yesterday's Election
by Large Majorities
In comparison with tho way Sa
lem people are snapping up the
At our big sale. We are sur
prised ourselves, and elated,
too, over the valuable adver
tisement our sale has been for
And we want Salem, people to
think well before they allow
such a raro chance to pass unheeded.
The school election was entirely
a one-sided affair yesterday when the
votes were counted, but during the af
ternoon tho opponents of the high
school were hard at work, and ex-,
hausted every effort to defeat the
proposition. Cabs were In evidence and
many women were at tho polls. Ev
ery ward had Its organization of work
ers, and around the polls It resem
bled a regular election. Tho vote cast
j was above that ordinarily polled at a
scnooi election. The vote by wards
Is as follews:
This coffee is sold in 1
and 2 lb. tins. Grind fresh
each day not too fine.
J. A. FOLCER a CO.
Importers of Fin Coffees
side, but ho was generous enough to
take any of tho ladles who wished to
go, even when he knew that they
would vote against him. Such actB
stamp any one as above tho ordinary.
Another manly thing In tho high
school controversy was the open
stand taken by George Hughes, over
his own name, not over some sneak
ing nom do plume, In which he flatly
said whero he stood. Even his op
ponents must respect such outspoken
Mr. and Mts. T. A. Llvesley
itumed last night from Portland.
Totals 482 208 474
Majority 274 269
A Great Victory.
The school election on Monday af
ternoon was more warmly contested
than any election In years, and the
result Is significant of progress for
The campaign committee of seven,
headed by Dr. H. C. Eppley, and as
sisted by Mesdames Geer and Catlln,
of the Woman's Club, proved a force
ful and intelligent organization, and
they carried each of tho seven wards.
The business men of the city were
almost a unit for Lee and the higher
grades. The Young Men'si Republican
Club worked through their organiza
tion, and lined up the younger voters.
Tho Salem Woman's Club deserves,
great credit for their noble work for
better public schools. Without that
organization to inspire tho voters and
get them to take an interest it is
doubtful if the school election could
have been carried so emphatically.
They deserve to have the right to
name the next new school building.
J. W. Young, tho unfortunate candi
date of the anti's, did a little good
work In his own behalf, and then loft
Saturday for Astoria to look after a
carpenter contract, not returning un
til Monday on the belated train. Ho
made 'an honorable effort, but, unfor
tunately, was coupled up on the los
George Pearco, with his magnificent
touring car, did the handsome yester
day, hauling many lady voters for his
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SIRE OF JOE SEAL 2'AVA.
Sired by Red Heart 2:19, the sire of Chain Shot 2:06i2
Red Seal 2:10, Etc.
Dam ALICE M. (trial) 2:25 ....by Mark Field (son of Geo. Wilkes),
Dam of Red Seal 2:10 AI- sire of Daisy Fields 2:084, Mam
lawood 2:19. 'brino Field 2:11, etc."
Second dam DAY BELL by Advance, sire of Malraska2;25,etc,
Dam of Veritas 2:10, Vindex 2:29i4.
Third dam daughter of Tlppo Salb, a, thoroughbred. ' -
Red Heart Is by Fred Wilkes, out of Sweetheart, by Sultan j second
dam Minnehaha, tho dam of Beautiful Bells, etc. RED SEAL stands
15.1, compactly built, with great quality and a sure sire of great
speed. Ho will make the season of 1904 at the
OREGON STATE FAIR GROUNDS
Terms, $40 Season
With the usual return privilege Good posture at reasonable rates
to mares sent from a distance.
SAM CASTO, Fair Grounds, Or.
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Special Shirt Waist Salejj
i We have them itom 25c up to fine silks j
I Silk waists that were $5 to $6.50 now $4.75 and j
3,75, All new waists, see them at $t.00, at !'
75c, at 50c, at 25c each. j j
At Reduced Prices
Stylish, popular goods
Our prices always the lowest
ROSTEIN & GREENBAUM
302 Commercial Street.
Director Fletcher worked bravely
with his family hack in North Salem
for a losing cause, but tho people
will respect him for standing by hta
Rex Turner, a young American, of
16, who does not hope to have enough
to take him to Bishop Scott Acade
my; Yalo University or tho Podunk
otiivoi ior .mgnnyers, wonted like a
trojan, as did a lot of other brave high
school boys. They knew that an ed
ucation is their only salvation, and
they're not afraid to work for it This
kind of young men will make their
mark in the world, and aro a fine ob
ject lesson to tho rising generation.
Among the valient workers for the
high school yesterday were Mrs. T. T.
Geer and Mrs. R. Catlln. the ladv
members of tho committeo, Dr. Epley.
Hal Patton. F. A. Turner. "Snulro
Johnson, L. R. Stlnson, Clarence S.
Hamilton and others. There was not
imich talking done, but an abundance
of good solid work.
Dr Byrd Is being jollied this morn
ing by his friends on ability to round
up the saloon vote at the school elec
tion. Ho struck one of tho Influential
members of tho fraternity, whom ho
started out to "fix," when ho was
"You bet, I'll never vote for Leo
for any office under the sun."
This mado the .doctor smile all over,
but his jaw dropped a. yard, when the
saloonlst told blm in a most sangulno
"But, Doc, you and I and tho rest
of us fellows win be about tho sickest
crowd you ever saw when tho votes
are counted, for Lee will bo elected
two to one."
So much for the sagacity of tho
flxee as against that of the fixer.
PERMIT US TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO
OUR LATEST IN FRUIT FARMS
We have secured the woll-known EWALD FARM, which lies lesst than TWO MILES SOUTH OF SA
LEM, and will cut it up into SMALL TRACTS suitable for fruit growing and farms of small acreage.
This big Ewald form consists, at tho present time, of 550 acres' and will cut up Into about ONE HUN
DRED small farms of 5 acres and upwards.
Two hundred acres are heavily timbered with good second-growth' fir.
About 330 acres are Improved, unimproved and cultivated, and comprises some of tho best agricultural
land In this county.
Tho balance, some 20 acres, form a valuable rock quarry, which is available for private parties, con
tractors, etc., desiring stone and rock for any purpose.
There are several SPRINGS on tho farm of the finest water.
There is a story-and-a-half house, barn, outbuildings, etc., with fruit trees, which will bo sold along with
one of the small tracts. j
About one-half of this 550-acro farm lies wesl of the Liberty road, apd the other half east of tho Liberty
and south of the Jefferson roads, and forms the boundary lines between the two roads, beginning at tho
forks on South Commercial street.
With the NEXT FEW DAYS wo shall have a largo corps of civil engineers In tho field, which will rapid
ly survey and plat out this farm, carefully cutting up those smaller tracts to tho best advantage for
the purchaser. As soon as this work Is dono tho streets and highways dedicated to the public and tho
tracts all plainly marked, we will bo ready for the big sale.
Wo shall, later on in the week, set a day for this big opening, and announce it in plenty of time so
that all may avail themselves of tho opportunity of buying some of this land at their own torma. Re
member, those tracts are in. great demand and they will go rapidly. $5 a month, or its equivalent,
without interest, buys any of tho tracts.
$5 a month.
the opportunity of buying land just outside tho CITY LIMITS doeB not como often at
Salem Abstract & Land
First National Building Frank W. Waters, Manager
Committee May Use 011 on
Surface as Experiment
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I St. Louis?
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ho
19 senior partner of tho firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in tho
City of Toledo, county and stato afore
said, and that said firm will pay tho
sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS
for each and every case of Catarrh
that cannot bo cured by tho use of
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before mo and subscribed
in my presenso, this Cth day of De
cember, A. D. 188C.
Seal. A. W. GLEASQN,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken lntor-
naily, and acts directly on tho blood
and mucous surfaces of tho system.
Send fpr testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by all Druggists, 7b'c.
Hall's Family Pills aro tho best
C. D. Chadd, of Portlands Is in the
city in tho Interests, of a California
cruao on company. Jie iuuj uukuu uj q
meet with the Court street Improve
ment committeo for tho purpose of ex
plaining his method of treating roads.
Mr. Chadti says that, with two or
three applications of crude oil to tho
dirt road, a perfect asphalt pavement ,
will be formed, which will be linper(
vlous to the rains In tho winter. Tho
claim is made that tho cost will bo 9
loss than one-seventh of tho aspnalt, j 0
and will be lasting and serviceable. I 9
Mr. Chadd cays that tho crudo oil's
! really an asphalt base, and Is usod
throughout California, where it hns
solved the road problem. If tho com
mittee concludes to experiment with
tho oil dressing, it will be watched
with considerable interest
If so, purchase your ticket via the
SRock Island Frisco Systems!
Choice of routes going or returning, via
St Paul, Denver, Colorado Springs I
or Pueblo. I
For rates call on your local agent.
Dates of Sale Jane 6-7-8; Jaly J -2-3; Attgast
5-9-0j September 5-6-7; October 3-4-5.
For further information and sleeping car reservations call upon or
address, a. H. McDONALD,
140 Third Street, Portland, Oregon, Genoral Agont.
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rot the Farm,
Bta ti f Iba KM Yw Haw Always BccgM
Somo people have them In
their heads, but we put them
onto vehicles. We have a flno
lot of buggies, spring wagons,
carts, buck-boards, etc., all
new, made at homo. Also a
new democrat wagon with long
distance axles, at a bargain.
Lot of second-hand wagons,
buggies, carts and other ve
hicles. See what we offer, and
savo money, Horse shoeing a
specialty, by C. W. Armstrong.
Remember tho Salem Wagon
factory, on North Liberty St.
The best in evey department and at
prices that will make you feel satisfied.
R. M. Wade & Co.
Ooera Hou&& Block.
X Experienced cotter and fitter.
uarantee all work Also clea.
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