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DAILY 6Ar TAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 1904.
TO ST. LOUIS
Travel via Denver and the Burlington Route to St. Louis
if you want. an. interesting, comfortable and safe journey.
The Burlington is the only railroad running its own
trains over its own rails all the way from Denver to
St. Louis. Fast time, clean and comfortable cars, obliging
employes, good meals in, dining cars at moderate prices.
Let me give you detailed information about the trip.
Write your name, and address here.
Then .cut out .this ad today and mail to
A. C. SHELDON.
GENERAL AGENT BURLINGTON ROUTE.
100 Tmibd 8thkt, PORTLAND. ORE.
Do What We Claim
We guarantee sufficient proof that Dr. J. F. Cook the Botanical 2
( i Doctor cures all kinds of diseases after all other schools and dnntora
i have failed, such as cancer, tumors, (external and Internal) Gravel
kidney, bone diseases. Consumption, gall stones, rheumatism, 2
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u.UwUUU, ... .ud iunibu'UB niuiuui mu Kime, or piaster or poisons,
and 'with no pain to the patient whatever.
Testimonials of prominent people. Consultation free.
Dr. J. F. Cook
301 Liberty St., Salem, Oregon.
I Formerly of Omrha, Neb.
j safe 6y Savage & Fletche ; j
90 per cent of all cases treated at
I Boswell Springs are Cuted
Capt. Ben D. Boswell,
Proprietor and Manager,
Boswell P. O., Douglas Co., Oregon
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I sOmr Rests on 52 yars f I
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For the Past Week Shows
Crops have suffered some tho past
week for want of rains, and the cool
night have retarded tho growth of tho
hop bines. The heps are Injured by
want of rain. Alt spring grain Is
short, and that Intended to bo cut
for hay Is likely to be a very light
crop. Strawberries and other small
fruits are cut very, short. Conditions
are favorable to a fine quality of
cherries, but they will also bo light
and short yield on account of lack of
Director Edward A. Beales, of tho
Oregon weather and climate bureau,
presents the following summary of
conditions at the close of the past
Tho droughty conditions prevailing
throughout the state were partially
relieved by scattering showers during
the latter part of tho week; bub, as
a rule, the amount of precipitation
was not sufficient to do much good,
and more rain is badly needed for all
The extremely dry spoil has had a
damaging effect on spring grain, and
In some sections It will be light in
yield. Fall wheat and barloy have
headed nicely, and a good yield of
both of these cereals Is promised.
Haying Is progressing rapidly un
der tho favorable weather conditions;
the crop will bo light, especially
west of the Cascades. The first, cut
ting of alfalfa has nearly all been se
cured In good condition; the yield
was above the average, and tho gen
eral quality good. Pasture continues
In fine condition, but is beginning to
dry up some. Stock is fat and the
supply of milk in tho dairy districts
Gardens and root crops are making
growth, owing to the dryness of tho
soil. Early potatoes are doing well,
and will soon .be ready for marketing.
Corn has not made much advance
ment, owing to a lack of warm weath
er. Tho strawberry season is drawing
to a close. Raspberries and Kentish
cherries aro ripening nicely, and
promise fairly good yields. Apples are
doing' well, but pears, prunes and
peaches continue uneven.
Do It loaay.
The time-worn injunction, "Novor
put off 'till tomorrow what you can
do today," is now generally present
ed In this ferm: "Do it today!" That'
Is the terse advise wo want, to give
you abou,t that hacking coughor de
moralizing cold with which you have
been struggling for several days, per
haps weeks. Take some reliable reme
dy for It TODAY and let that remedy
bo.Dr. Boscheo'B German Syrup, which
has been in use for over thirty-five
years. A few doses of It will undoubt
edly relieve your cough or cold, and
its continued use for a few days will
cure you completely. No matter how
deep-seated your cough, oven If dread
consumption has attacked your lungs,
Gorman Syrup will surely effect a
cure as it has done before in thou
sands of apparently hopeless cases of
lung trouble. New trial bottles, 26c;
regular size, 76c. At all druggists.
At Dr. Stone's drug stores.
make a beau
tiful bride but
she is de-:
beoause of ill-health.
WHO Oannot de cured.
The proprietors and makers of Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription now feel
fully warranted in offering to pay $$op
iu legal money of the United States, for
any case of Leucorrhca, Female Weak
ness, Prolapsus, or Falling of Womb
which they cannot cure. All they ask Is
a fair and reasonable trial of their means
"If women would study the law of health
and use a little more common sense there would
not be such a large number to-day suffering
with the ilia peculiar to our sex," writes Mrs,
Sallle Martins (President Mutual Sodal Science
Club), of 180 South Halstead Street, Chicago, 111.
"Then when medicine Is needed If they would
take the 'Favorite Prescription,' they would
have a chance to get well. I used Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription three years ago and it
cured me of female weakness of several years'
standing, so I know what I am talking about
when I praise it and always know what the
tesult wilt be where it is used.''
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets should
be used with "Favorite Prescription"
whenever a laxative is required.
Willamette Valley Chautauqua Asso.
Tho Willamette Valley Chautauqua
Association will moot at Gladstone
Park, near Oregon City, July 12th to
24, 1904, Inclusive. Tho Southern Pa
cific Company will make reduced
rates on tho certificate plan for this
occasion. Call on any Southern Pa
cific agent for advertising matter.
Have You Ever Ordered Your Groceries from
Haitt & Lawtence
U not, you are away behind the times. However, they are al
ways glad to boo new patronB, and if you call on them, you will be
more than pleased. You will And them at the corner of Commercial
and Perrr streets.
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Wholesale and Retail Family Llqaor Store ; ;
' E. ECKERLEN, 258 Commercial Street. ; '
I ; '"ull line of liquors and wines. Cedarbrook whisky formerly the
; ; McBrier brand tho best fop family use. All orders filled and Je !
; 'Jwreo la the cjty limits, 'phono Main 1151. ', !
H 1 1 1 j 1 n n n 1 n mi 1 nt 1 1 1 1 1 1 a 111 1 1 1 1 8 1 1 1 in i ir
Reform School Supplies.
Sealed proposals arethercby roquetet
od for furnishing tho Oregon State
Reform School with supplies for tho
next six months, ending December 31,
1904. Lists, with specifications, will
bo furnished upon application to tho
superintendent. All bids must be in
by Juno 28th. N. H. LOONEY,
Brietenbush Hot Springs.
The trail to tho Brietenbush Hot
Springs is now open. We aro prepared
to furnish, pack and saddle horses at
a very reasonable mte. Parties de
siring to go to tho Hot Springs or
other mountain resorts will find It to
their best interests to address tho un
dersigned for information as to rates,
etc. SHORT & MILLOY,
5-30-tf. Detroit, Oro.
o jsl m V? o x. x ja.
Big farmers' conventions aro now
being held from' time to time where
tho farmors meet and discuss tho best
and most approved manner of pro
ceeding in the production of their
crops and listen to addresses on sub
jects In which they are vitally Inter
ested by men who have made tho mat
tor a scientific study or both as farm
ers or Instructors, and In tho Agricul
tural colleges of the country. Such
a convention of farmers Is about to
bo hold at Independence, Polk county,
whore,, at a two days' picnic given by
tho farmers and hop growers of that
section, a convention of farmors and
stockgrowers will bo addressed by
four of tho professors of the Oregon
Agricultural college and by leading
farmers of the valley, headed by Pro
Friday and Saturday of this week,
Juno 24 and 25, has been fixed for the
time for this convention. A farmers'
picnic will begin Friday forenoon at
Independence, and there will bo tho
U3ual pleasures of a picnic with a fine
musical program, addresses of wel
come and all tho features of a big
convention. Dr. E. F. Thompson, tho
venerable Presbyterian minister will
act a chairman, and Governor Cham
berlain will deliver an address. Bas
ket dinners, and a program of races
from a fat man's race to an auto race
and other sports will follow, and in
tho evening addresses before tho
farmers' convention will fill in the
Saturday tho same program, varied
from tho first day's, will be reneated
and tho evening's meeting In the big
auditorium! will again be devoted' to
tho sessions of tho farmers, and tho
discussion of matters of Interest to
tho fanners. Tho gathering promises
tp bo ono of tho best ye, t hold by farm
ors In tho state, and is certain to bo
Of interest to all who attend'. Farmors
from all parts of tho Willamette val
ley will bo present, and will tako on
the nature of a farmers' institute com
bined with tho pleasures of a coun
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Wanted. To rent, a stock ranch,
with somo tillable land; on shares
or for cash; best ot references
C. F. Rape, F.. R."l& No.. 7,-Salem,
Wanted. Teams to haul wood, also
' wood in tho timber for sale. In-
. qulro of R. R. -Ryan, 123 Stato
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Dr. I. W. ntaprnfflrn'lrt Rturii A Ihwr-
building, over Oregon Shoe Stocsfi
Office hours, 9 to 12 a. m. and S g
5 p. m. Calls attended la city Tj
country. Residence 'phono SfMt,
Rod. ' i-M fi
Wanted. By a young man, a position
, as clerk In a storo or to drlvo a
, delivery wagon. Havo had somo ex-
perlonco in delivering. References
can be given. Apply at Honry
- Smith's North Salpm, Route 9.
Wanted. To rent or lease, residence
with modern improvements, good
slzod premises, and located near
business section. Inqulr eor write,
this office, "F.G. D." G-18-tf
Oak Posts 300 oak posts for sale In
tho timber, four miles west of town.
S. E. Purvlne, Box 11G, Salem, Or.
For Sale. Nearly new one-horsi
' ' Studobaker wagon, wldo tire, bought
' of F. A. Wiggins, and has hauled
' but few loads. D. C. Howard,
. South Salem. 6-18-3t
For Sale. Fruit land In Bontbn coun-
ty, 320 acres of land, south halt of
'. section 15, township 10 south, range
v G west of Wlllt.metto Meridian, con
taining 320 acres of unimproved
land, half a mllo from Arlio station,
and about four miles from Willam
ette tlver. On main county road.
"W. B. Irwin, 338 North Main street,
Los Angeles, Cal. 4-13-tf
Screen Doors Lawn and field fence,
" barb wire, shingles, P. & B. ready
roofing and building paper. Exten
sion ladders, gates and gato hard
ware. All at lowest prices. Walter
Morley, 60 Court Btreet, Salem.
Rooms to Rent Twelve furnished or
unfurnished' rooms to rent. Loca
tion 'on, street car lino, and ono
block to S. P. depot. Call on J. C.
Goodale, 12tlt and! Oak streets. 6-20'tf
For Rent Or lease, a 7-room1 house,
close to business part of city; largo
lots, with fruit. Geo. Hatch, 450
Front street. C-20-3t
For Rent For rent noV 7-room cofc
tage, corner ot 12th' and Center
streets; ready July 1st. Inquire of
A. J. Basey. 6-20-3 1
Lost. A lady's gold watch, Saturday
oyenlng, between 7 and 8 o'clock, on
Court street. Leavo at Journal- Of
Loot; Between hero and lUckreaU,.
a leather grip. Return to this of
flee. ' ' 0-20-3t
Normal Students Board
reasonabje, 108 High streot,
Dr. W. 8. Mott Will heroaftc tor
found In tho Brey block, 275 Ommq
merclal street, over Oregon Mmmt
Co. Office telephone, 2921; rMaV
denco phone, 27&L Offloa kowR f;
to 12. and 2 to 6.
TONSORlAL AND BATH. ?
Evan's Barber Shop Only fireiiMW
shop on Stato Btreet Every tSdasf
new and up-to-ato. Flnett
lain baths. Shave, IGo; hair-cat :
baths. 25c. Two flrst-claac h
blacks. C. W. Evans, prcfpristor. '1
Undertakers. Wo carry tho larfMg
and finest line ot undertaker's irfoettl
in tho city. Prices to suit
Black and white hearse. Prompt
reliable Save money by caltiag V
No. 167. A. M. Clough, A. J. Bawr.
Olive Lodge, No. 18, I. O. O. F. I. .
O. F. Hall, Saturday each week, Sk
7:30 p. m, B. B. Herrlck, Jr., N. GCj
Frank F. Toevs, recording secretary
Salem Camp, No. 118, Woodmen f M
World Meets in Holman Hall evw
Friday at 7:30 p. m. P. L. Frasiw,
Consul. Wylle A. Moores, Seewfc
Valley lodge No. 18, A. O. U. W.-
in their hall In Holman block.
nor state ana Liberty, every
day evening: Visiting brtfcres
wolsome. Roy Mclntire, M. W. Jt
E. Aufrauco, Recorder.
Central Lodge No. 18, K. ef P-Owftt
Hall In Holman block, corner Wato
and Liberty Sta. T-eeday of wmM
week at 7:30 p. m. H. H. Tunwr,
C. C; W. I. Styley, K. of R. and I.
Foresters of America Court
wood Foresters No. 19. Meet Fri
day in Turner block. H. ff.
Meyer, G. R.; yV. !. Brown, See
Modern Woodmen of 'Amerlsa Or
gon Cedar Camp No. -6248. Hetfct
every Thursday evening at 8 o'stosM
Holman Hall, E. E. Matte, T.
P.; A. L. Brown, Clerk.
SALEM WATER COMPANY
OFFICE CITY HALL.
For water service apply at ce.
Bills payable monthly la adTMtm
Mae all complaints at the oflee.
O. HL MAOK
Successor to Dr. J. M. Keen.' la
Whlte"Cdrner, Salem, Oregon. Parti
desiring superior operations at mo.
erat fee In any branch are In espeeM
A pointer pup, throe months
old, brown and white, -with brown"
face. Return to 118 High street or
leave next door. C. H. Lnngo.
New Lodging House. Everything
new, clean and coWortablo. Schrelb
er block, 149-151 Stato street. Mat
tie Hutchlns, prop. 6-9-tf
bay -wave you inod iudwarab & Lusch
er's for meats. Wo havo the best
sausage in town. Como and try It,
and be conlnced. 410 -East State
HUIE WING SANG CO.
Great sale of Chinese and Japanese
fancy goods. We also make up all
kinds of wrappers and waists, under
wear and skirts. Gents' and ladloa'
furnishing goods, silks, laces and est.
broideries. All kinds of Bummer good?,
matting, etc. Court street, corner 5
Sure Cure for Piles.
Itching Piles produce moisture and
cause itching, this form, as well as
Bllng, Bleeding or Protruding Piles
are cured by Dr. Bo-san-ko's Pile
Homed. Stops itching and bleeding.
ADsorbs tumors. bUc a jar at drug
gists, or sent by mail. Treaties free.
Write mo about your case. Dr. Bo
sanko, Phlla.. Pa.
For sale by Dr. S. C. Stone, druggist
Salem Truck and Dray Co. Oldeat
and best equipped company in Sa
lem. Piano and furniture mov.ng
a specialty Office 'phono, 881. W.
W. Brown & Son, proprietor. Office
No. 60 Stato stroet 9-1-lm
On account of tho mardl gras and
carnival to bo hold at Portland June
28th to July 9, 1904, inclusive, tho
Southern Pacific will sell round trip
tickets from Salem, including ad
mission coupon to tho carnival, for
92.55, Salo dates, Juue 27th and July
7, 1904, Inclusive Limit six days af
tor date of sale, but not later than
July 10th. W. E. COMAN,
General Passenger Agent
Bun ti fv Kisd Yea Haw Always Brop
Strayed or Stolen A light colored
thoroughbred Scotch collie, 18
months old, answers to "Shop"
broken to drlvo in harnose as well
as to drlvo stock. Name of Hud Mc
Candidas pn collar. Liberal re
ward offered for Information that
will load to tho recovery of dog, by
J. O. McCandless, Independence,
Tho first term of tho Capital
Summer Normal opens May '" 2d,'
and will continue eight weeks. Tho1
socond tenn opens Juno 27th, to,
continue untill the August exams,'
Classes will be formed In all tho
branches required for Stato and
county papers, and In Latin,
Stenography and Type-writing.
Address J. J, Kraps, Supt. E, T.
Moores, Prof. Matthews.
top uasKets. one-fourth and one-
halt box for picking. Full-box bas
kets for measuring. Bost In the
market. Hold your orders for
"Walter Morley, 60 Court stroet, Salem,
Ferguson's nestaurant vb uiu
street. .Open day and night Ok
20c meals are bettor than any fli
house in the state. Six 20c mak
for 1.00; 21 20c meals for 18.0.
Dra. Schoettle and Mercer, successors
to Schoettle, Barr & Barr, Osto
ophaths, Odd Fellows' "temple,. Sa
Are you looking for nice
They're hore, stylos new, good
wear, flno selectldn, low prices,
wo repair also do It woll.
99 State Street 8alem.
Dr. Stone makes no charge for con
sultation or prescription. Can m
found dally at his drug store, Sa';
Gralnto waro for tho caning sea
son. Our prices are right,
Tie Vairfcty Store
94 Court St. Aosora M. Welcli. frsiB .
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