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"Ilinve usod yourralunblc CASCA
BKT9 and find tficm pot feet. Couldn't do
without tnem. I halo used Ihcra rorsotnc tluic
I or Indigestion ftn J biliousness and nm now com
Blctely cured. Hecommend them to ox cry one
nco tried, you win never be without thorn In
the family.' EDK. A. Maiix, Allmu), N. Y.
thaoi MAnn Ktorarznto
ricsnint. PslBtab'i Potent TnMe flood I.
Good. Ncrer Sicken. Weaken. ir tinpe. UV '.V.flOi
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
81. rlt.f fl.n. if CcotfiBr. rtil'jro. y.nnlfTt. S T tk. !tl
Mfl.Tn.rjflP Eolrtand Bimraniec-I by all drug
RU I U-UAli Bltuio Ji;C Tobacco llahlt
O. C. T. Co's
Dally ptocpt Rnndnv at 8 a. m.
QUICK TIMK 'ANU CilKAP HATK8.
Dock lwtwoon'Htato and Conrt Bts.
M. V. BALDWIN, Agent.
THE HOME LOAN.
OrJinance Intro Juced To Define the Terms
of the Loan.
A bill for an ordinance nuthorlziui tlio
negotiating of a loan of slxtv-llvo thou
Hum! dollars by tho city of Salem, Ore
gon, -wider ami by virtue of tho char
tor of said city, approved Fobruarv
17, 1811!) j jirovIiliiiK for tlio time anil
terms of said lean: tho method of Is
suanco of bonds therefor anil tho rato
of interest theieon, and tho manner,
tiino and place of tho payment of tho
principal anil interest of said loan,
and matters kindred thereto.
Ho it ordained by tho common council of
tho city of Salem, Oregon :
Sec. 1. For tho purpose of providing
for tho payment of tho indebtedness
of the Oitv of Salem, Oregon,
(other than its bonded Indebt
edness), as tho same existed on tho four
teenth day of October, 1898, and other
witiu known an the flouting or warrant
indebtedness of said city ami bearing
interest at tho rato of oignt per tvnt
per annum, the City of Salem, Oregon,
does hereby ordain and order tho issu
auee of sixty-five thousand dollars in
bonds of various ami sundry denomina
tions tho aggregate of which hIiiiII not
exceed mid principal mini of issue; mid
I Hindu to run for a period of ten years
from tho llrst day of Oetohur, 18!)!), un
less sooner redeemed by tho said city
of Halom, Oregon, and to bear interest
at the rate of four per cent per annum :
To tho payment of which, principal and
interest, the mid City of Suloin,Oregon,
does hereby and for all time, stand fully
Section 2: the principal and interest
of said bonds shall bo payable in gold
coin of tho Culled States of America, of
tlio present standard of weight and
llueness; the interest tber.'ou to be paid
seml-annuully, on tho llrst days of April
and Octolior after the said date of issue
of said bonds and during tho life there
of, at tlio olllco of tho City Treaiuror of
tho City of Salem, Oregon ; and tho prin
cipal of said bonds shall bo payable in
like, lawful gold coin aforesaid, at tho
option of said City of Salem, Oregon,
and at tho olllco of said City Treasurer,
Section :i : Tlio bonds herein provided
for shall bo known at tho .Municipal
Four-1'or-Cent Funding Ponds of tho
Citv of Salem, Oregon; and the s line
sha'll bo sold by popular subscription,
at par, tho lesser subscriptions therefor
to bo Allied first, beginning with tho
lowest and proceeding with those of like
amount, thou with the next highest.
and so on, until mo iuii voiunio oi mm
tirincinal sum of issue, (to-wit, MTi.OOO)
shall havo been fullllled and sold; tho
subscription lists or liook opened in
this bohall, to bo elo.scM on tlio nrst tiny "si, '"". ! V, V ' '
of September ISiil) Audit is hereby spec- J-0011 iP Alone, dam, Sadie C, ii i your
hilly provided, in case tho full sum of )i wonder, and tho horse Mckinley,
said loan hereby provided for, shall not J ' kirklund MoUrior, trottor;
bo wliolly subserihwl when said liook or Primrose, pacer; Princess 1), pacor;
lists aforesaid sliall bo closed, thon the Scarlet Lottor and several other tin
remaining, unsold and unsubscribed , tried ( colts.
iKinds shall bo sold to tlio highest audi . C. Mosher-Coeurd' Alono, trotter,
Imst bidder, bidding for tho purchase ' -; JJ6 l-ty'l't, tro tur 'l0"1 ut ,? 'ourH
thereof in block, in rosponso to u nub-1 , -': ! mow Alone, trotter yours
lished lulvortisomont calling for bids ' '' i 1-ockofollow, paeor .yoar old;
in that liehalf: provided, that no bi.I i Athalono, trottor. 2 years pd; hatha
for said bonds iu blook.lossthait tho par-. lonp, , imiwody ittlo 1-yoar-oid youngstor,
value of said bonds in block, shall lie on-' ' Quuun Putehoii, trotter,
tertainedor fullllled by this Council nor , A. .. Stephenson, IIoIm City, Idaho
by any of its committee) having the ! Senator do Holsu and llluo lJollo, Iwtli
matter of tho sale of Miid bonds iu i ru",nrH. , ., , ,
Cliarte. ,,,...,. .
Section i: to oacn oi Him nomis, oi
I : To onch of said lioiuls, of
whatever douou:iiation. there shall ho
attached Twonty( 20 ) intorost-couiions.
printed upon tho margin or margins of
the paier upon which is printwl tho
liond itf-olf, and loiirosunting the
amounts of soml-auiiual iutorost to bo
come duo um)ii tho said first days of
April and Octobor aforesaid, cousecu
tivoly succeeding tho s-iid dato of iwtim
of said liouds. and ilelging payment, at
tlio times and place mentioned, at tho
rato of four jnir cent er annum, iion
the face and jwr value of the bonds to
which they uro, respectively, attached.
Secton 5: Tho bonds heroin provided
for shall lie signed by the Mavor of the
city of Salem, Oregon, and at tea tul by
the Hocordor of said city; and tho Re
corder of said city shall sign the inter-est-coiipona
thereunto attached, and
ottcli bond shall bear the iiiiprog of the
houl of the City of Salem, Oregon.
Section (I: Tlw iHirehase iiric of the
IhiimIs ufore-AiHl.sliull iwhi uy im sever
u imrclmM.ni tb?r.U. the City TroM.is-1
or of the City l Salem, Oregon, in said
,.itv on tlit rtwt 'lav o! October. 181W I
and at his instance the said Mayor awl
Ueamler aforestiid shall smn.seal, attest
UIM lieiiver Uie iiuimi tir i-jihi- ru j-Mi- j
chaswl and iakl for. ,
Section 7: It shall be the duty w the ,
Trivasuror of the Ciiy of Salem, Oregoii, i
when said bunds herein provided for ,
shall havo been sold and ikl for and the
i)iirehae prlcu therefor slmll have reacliwl
his custody, to arrange and .keep, sep-;
urate aim aiari irum an otuer iiHHieya
. t .1... til .lk.. (I... ......1-1 i I. ..V.LJ...
from the sale of said bonds, 'and apply
the same to the jovment of the out
standing warrants ofsaid city of Salem,
known as the eight er cent warrants,
up to and Including the imo theruof to
the said fourteenth day of Octolwr, 1804 ;
holding the nwlduo. if any. amiring
front said sale of bonds aforeeuid sl
jvet to tiie further order of this Ceuncil.
MaMf Brwr and SotUm -.
A r I h Ml- n?tuem Uiil al iww. tk udt 1
l IU C12BAI bAULf CO-MV&AO. A . miwum.
AMONG THE HORSES,
About a Hundred Fine Horses Already
at the Fair Grounds.
Correct List of the Races, Their Owners,
Record and Other Notes on the
I Every indication points to tho fact
that tho coming State fair, in point of
racing events at least, will bo one of the
most interesting that has been held in
Oregon in many years. Already there
is a string of over ono hundred standard
and thoroughbreds at agricultural park,
and new arrivals are coining in daily.
Tlio fear is now that thoro will not be
stall room enough to accommodato the
horses that will be bore to take part in
competing for tho pun-os to bo hung
up. Among the running and harness
horses on tho grounds, there arc hum
mers and record-breakers, an areira-
tion of speedy animals, in fact, seldom
if ever before seen hero or elsewhere on
this coast. Turf men nre jubilant and
say tho outlook for a splendid mooting
is very flattering. Tho best of fooling
exists between the turfmen and the di
rectors of thoagricultural associatioii,and
a feeling of friendly rivalry has sprung
up among tho owners of horses entered
for tho several events. All seem to lie
working together harmoniously and
wiin one nun mat 01 making tlio rac
ing feature of tho State fair of 1811!) tho
most attractive of any that has been
scheduled hero since tlio early 'sixties.
Tlio purses aro far better than any that
have been offerd for several years , and
this fact is a drawing card, inducing tho
best horses on tho coast to como hero to
conieto for the prfro money, which will
insure several days of good sjwrt, and a
largo attendance on each day may rea
sonably bo expected. Tho track is ono
of the fastest on the Pacific slope, and if
what tho wise ones in turf circles say bo
true, many records will lie smashed at
the fall' meeting.
At tho track ycstoiday, a Jouiinai.
man met the following old-time drivers
and hersemen: I. C. Monitor, John
Sawyer, Sam Castro, William Fryo,
John Kirklund, Harrows Hrothers, Dr.
K.J. Young, J. U. Stetson, William
Miller, Geo. A. Kelley, K. llarr, It
C. Keiger, tieo. Small, A. Heller.
Tho following is a correct list of the
horses at the fair grounds up to last
evening, and the names of the owners
or those having the animals in charge:
.1. H. Sawyer, Van do Vantor stables,
Seattle Deceiver, pacer, record 2 :10);
Alta D'lll, pacer, 2:18 -.; Tickets, trot
ter; Kiumont, trotter, a Jt-yoar old;
Princess Angelina, trottor, a 2-year old.
A. H. Holler Woodman, trottor,
2 :2ll,Wj ; l'athniark, a .'i-yeur-old pacer.
II. 11. Kuthorford Two Hosciuon colts,
(J. A. Small Lyla, trotter, and Ala
tiol, pacer, full sisters to Chohalis and
Win. Miller, I.iiQrniulc Moteor,'trot
W. II. Uradford Kslello, pacor, 2:11);
Ixiucreous, grandson of Electioneer.
J. Ward Hill Fraiser, pacer, 2:11;
Claymoiit and Altacora.
T. 10. Mc Laughlin, Hutte, Montana
Has tho horse Mike Itico.
J. It. Stetson Madeline, Il-year-old
pacer; Major Itudd and Chinook.
tieo. A. Kelly Hlrdlex.trottor, 2:308 ;
Annigito, pacor, 2:117, and Anxolla.
Harrows Hrothors Del N'orto, holds
tho world's record of 2:01 xi made on
this track for guideloss pacer; Hoy S.
has n trotting record of 'i:!!!, is now
pacing; Geo. I), a ;i-yoar-old pacor, and
Althea, a runner.
Dr. E.J. Younir. Iiidoiondunco Miss
Crescent, pacer, 2:2l, is entered iu
.Y ... . ' ..,""?' ""
2:18 class; alley Hoy, a 2-year-old
"V"0"",' ... n ... ., .
' 0. Kuigor, Corva lis-Hugo, by
join nnar i, roruaiui iuiiubj
,'m.,I,1 a..r VV'II.... .....1 t.irl- llimnu
.....,.-... .... -.
lSiohard Morris, Ctillfornla Snitu,
Ilauwull and Glad Uyos, ruuuors.
Stun Castro, I'ortJaiHl Little Hilly,
trottor; Murk Iiuiinu. -1-yo.ir-ohl trotter,
with :t-yoar-old rtwonl of 2:48; John A.
Crawford, iacr,2:2i!U, IWn Ikilt, r,
2:10l;Sohi iwer; Frwldlu, a it-year-olil
of promise' and an tintrio.1 (tHfiog
K.MH nKOVNII NOTKS.
It is ruuiorttd that Mlsn Crtweeut will
make a very low murk in hurrwxml this
It. C. KoliMrtlieowiiurof I'ilot I -a no,
tho swift yoorling, Ims mm a dial
longototht) worblUilrot bis youngetor
Ut mile boats UHiilnst all ooinwr-).
There is a eolttbratod liorw family at
tho urk. Tlioy art dlrmtt dusetindttuU
of Altamont-TiMsoru, uih! tlittir iutm
ii n. Mul K.irtu 1 v.lu Atiitlal (tarHkmit
,UM M ""
MoiitoHinw, the lMrm with munv
10 feet uud tail U foot long, weight
j yoo iKMinds, k a feature at
j , Kirklund, J. K. Sawyer ami J.
Ward will leave tonight for California,
lU& their horws with them. Tiny
will follow the California eireuit and re-
turn here in time fur the fair raitei, j
, . mitim (or wwaj ,4 Uie ;
1 beat Mir-.
SaierintwUt of the Grounds (iei
Eritat Una tlw track in gl enmlitier:
uim! is uuttime ou Hture men ami teem
Tha twxi foMimletiwM of the Aj-rirtt!-tMml
College iMuklteg and ih Nr-4
story of Meekaniail hail at CurvaUU,
and the fwuidutkm U Um new eourt
Itotwj at AIImhjt urt wwtmclil j. the
graHke Ulnrn out of lh 8- hmmib
tain two ixrleH wet of l-erry o ttw CtK
allisoml Kwilcrn. It U beco-nn the
pfHular fotindatiou siooe.
Ssllarv iiff SVi
Acts gently on the
Cleanses the ystem
-VStf-V-l hhh Fr.TI I Al I V
OVERCOMFS ' & I w-ST
1Tf " n PERMANENTLY
Buy THt GtMyiMt-MAHT D By
(AUfcRNIA JIG SYRVP
e.-f t'eV fvo
The steamer Altona this morning
loaded several tons of old junk for the
paper mills. It was composed of pam
phlets sotting fotth the facts about tho
Oregon district itL'ricultural societies. It
cost tlio taxpayers thousands.
There Is more Catarrh In this sec
tion of the country than ull other til-
scobss put together, und until tho lust
few years was supposed to be Incur
able. For 11 great many years doctors
pronounced It a local disease, and n re
set I bed local remedies, und by con
stantly falling to euro with Leal
treatment, pronounced t Incurable.
Science has proven catarrh to bo 11
constitutional disease, and therefore
requires constitutional ticutiiient.
Hull's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
V. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio. Is
the only constitutional cure on the
uiiiikot. It. Is taken internally In
doses from 10 drops to 11 tcaspoonful
it acts directly on the lilood end mu
cous surfaces of tho system. They of-
icr one iiunurec dollars ior any case
It falls 10 cure. Solid for circulars
and testimonials. Address,
I- J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
hoiu uy uruggists, doc
Hull's Family Pills aro the best,
The Capital Ico works ship a 200
pound block of Iiuis Kibolo's crystal
product to the government work's at
Dundee every day.
A Child Enjoys
Tho pleasant flavor, gentle action, and
soothing effect or Syrup o( Figs, when
In need or a laxative, und If the rather
or mother bo costlvo or bilious, the
most gratifying results follow Its use;
so iiiui 11 is inu dcsl ruiuiiy remedy
known und every family Nlioud have a
bottle. Manufactured by tlio Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co.
Irritating stings, bites, scratches,
wounds uud cuts soothed and healed
bu I)eVltt,'B Witch Iluzcl Sulyc. He
wuro r counterfeits. Stones Drug
3 -f. fca 'i - 3ri X J. .
BntitU p llw Kd Yon llan Alar B0i
"Take In" The Whole Field
If you havo a want that you think
hoiiio man in Marion County can fill.
take iu tho whole field at once by insert
ing it want tuld in Jouiinai..
There's no half way business alsiut
tho Jouiinai.. It gets right out among
all the people who aro worth talking to.
Ami if your man is iu town you'll find
h!u. There's no doubt alKiut that.
PiLLHcuro sick houd-
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure euros dyspep
slu. "Tho public can rely upon It us
a muster remedy for all disorders aris
ing from Impsrfeotdigcstlon." Junius
M. Thomas. M. I)., In American Jour
nal or Health, N. Y. Storms Drug
When you are looking for some one to
do your developing and finishing, re
meiuher that the Elite Studio is doing
first elnes work at moderate prices.
All weak place In your system
olo-od 11 gal nst disease by DoWittV
Little Early Itlseru. They cleanse the
bowels, roifulate the liver, und till you
witii now vigor, bmuii, sure; never
gripe. Stonos Drug Ktoros.
For the Seaside
Your family want the home news at
the Seaside. Tiik Daily Jouumai, will
be bent by niiiil at u sjiuolal hiimmur ro
Mirt rateftf One Cent a Day. No order
taken for Imm than ten vents. 7-lHtf
J. C Ilrooks. of Mt't'ov. went to I'ort-
1 laml tide morning, lie suys the bop
crop will not be as heavy in his section
as some yeum Imt i.ruiiisei to lie of
very fulr avernf iiuultty.
Digests what you eat.
iUrtlflcisJlydlgesU tho food and aid
Nature In streDgtbenlng' and recoo
struotlngtbe eihausted digestive or
,gans. HUthelatest Jicoereddlget
1 ant and tonic Vo other preparation
1 oaa approach It in e3)ctencjr. It In
stantly rellftTejand jiernianently cures
I)jJipia. Indigestion, Jltartburo,
i Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nauws.
all other reulta of Imperfect dlgestioa.
Prepared byC C 0Wltt ACoCblcooo.
bTONEtj UBI 0 bTtJUES
I PERSONAL AND LOCAL
t For additional Local News see Fourth rae. 3
Geo. Kielmrds wont to Portland this
Jlr. and Mrs. Hugh Jory havo gone to
Portland for a visit.
Miss Constance Holland lias gone to
Junction City for a visit.
Souire Farrar leaves Thursday to join
his family at Seal Hooks.
Mrs. E. S. Kearney, of Portland, is
tho guest of Mrs. II. A. Dearborn.
Miss Hazel Cainplsjll, of Oregon City,
is the guest of Miss Itmah Holland.
Miss Ethel Hall, of Monmouth, is vis
iting friends iu this city for a fow dayB.
Miss Edith Miller, who lias been visit
ing in this city, left this morning for
vol ton, wash.
Miss Ada Miller, of Hoseburg, has re
turned after a visit with her aunt, Mrs.
Tho Junior Endeavor society of the
Christian church had 11 picnic at Mar
ion square Tuesday.
Mrs. Edward Ilirsch and daughtom,
will entertain friends Friday afternoon
in honor of Miss Jordan, of San Fran
cisco. Shake Into Your Shoes.
Allen's Foot-Eusc, a powder. It cures
painful, smarting, nervous feet uud
Ingrowing nulls, and Instantly takes
the sling out or corns ami bunions
It's the greatest comfort discovery of
the age. Allen's iot-Easo tnukos
tlulit or new shoes feel easy. It Is 11
certain cure rnr sweating, callous and
hot, tired, aching rcet. Try It today.
Sold by all druggists and shoe stores
Uy mull fnr2oc In stamps Trial pack
iiuc Fit HE. Address, Allen S. Olm
stcd, Leltoy, is. Y. 4
J. A. Haragor, editor of the Medford,
Wis., Sentinel, who has been visiting at
Salem three weeks, left this morning a
great deal more delighted with our
country than u company of friends who
saw him off at the banks of the beauti
ful blue Willamette. Jos. Fueo and
some others hud faces as long as tmot-
jacks and haven't got over it yet.
llrnuty la Illnoit llccp,
PIaum 1.1. .ml ... ........ n nlA.n .Irln ftJrv
Vllllll. I'lUVll illlllllS t Ulllll nilll. .U
benuty without it. Cnscnrcts, Candy Catlmr-
tin ftlnnn Willi- Itlnml nlitl l.i'nll It fl.tnll. lit
stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im
purities ironi ina oouy. iii-gin to-uny 10
bullish pimples, boils, titotvlicii. blackheads,
and that sickly bilious complexion bytakms
I 'fi anil kakt a 1 t t I rn (lit 11iti t A 1 1 s-sti.
gists, satisfaction guaranteed, ll)c, 20c,6Oc.
Olllceof tho stvreturv of State, Sn
loin, Oregon, Juno 21, 18lh). Notice is
hereby given that tho State Hoard of
Agriculture having, in compliance with
an Act of the Twentieth legislative
Assembly tiled In tho ollh'o of tho Sec
retary of State February 2:d, 18W,
deeded to tho State of Oregon tho lands
known as tho "State Fulr Grounds,"
tho upprojiriiition of $7,000 for tho pay
ment of the warrant Indebtedness of
said State Hoard of Agriculture Issued
pridr to February 2.'ld, 181H), proiiorly en
dorsed, warauts, will bo issued on tho
State Treasurer to the extent of tho
appropriation. Interest will not bo al
lowed after this dato. F. I Dunbar,
Secretary of State. 1 11 accordance wit Ii
tho above notice, holders of all warrants
of the Oregon State Hoard of Agricul
ture dated prior to February 2Ud, 18tl0
are hereby notified that the sumo will
Im paid 011 presentation at the olllco of
tho Secretary of Stute, or at tho olllco of
the undersigned, uud that interest will
cense after this ditto. J. II. Albert,
treasurer of the Oregon State Hoard of
Thollnnof Woh. itMloscko proprietors
of the German Market, have dissolved
partnership this fith day of July. O
Wolr. takes charge and collect all bills
Tho husluossiwill hereafter Imj conducted
by Woi.x A Son.
7 0 If
Many persons die of neglect, Dawson
Herb Tea fixes 'em.
Pullman Service to Yaquina,
The first Saturday night excursion to
Yiuiuiiiit was well patroniisl, This now
regime with u Pullman cur service to
Oregon, s popular seaside resort promises
to Imjcoiiio very omi!ar. Business mini
in any city down the valley can tako tho
night train to Yaquiua, gut a good
night's sleep and reach tho ocean in
time for brcukfust. uud after sending a
whole day at tho ImnicIi can return ou
the night truiu in timu for business next
morning. Take the overland truln at
Salem at 0 .4r p. m., Saturday.
Call for Olds for Hay.
Ulds wilt le received ut tho olllco of
tbeCP.y Hocordor for tho City id Hu
lo.u, Oregon, from tho dute of tills
notkc until fi o'clock p. 111. rif Satur
day, August 12, 1809. for furnishing
the City of Halom with lirtccn(lo)touK
of cheat or timothy buy. baled uud de
livered at tlio olty bull. in said city on
or before the 1st day of September,
Done pursuant to the order of the
Common Council of said city, made
and entered 011 the 0th day of July,
N, J. J U DA II,
Dated ut Sulem, Oregon, tills, July
13, 1800, 7 Kkl&wtf
Salem City Bend Sale.
Notice Is hereby given, that pur
suant to tho ordor, of the Halom City
Counoll, bud and roemdod 011 the Olli
day of July J8l)J,suborlptlon lists will
be opened, at 8 o'clock on the morn
ing of Thursday, July 20, 1S00, at the
olllee of the city recorder In the olty
bull of suld city, for the Jpuruhaho, by
the cltlnu ut large, or (06,000, mu
nlclpal funding bonds of suld olty of
Salem, Oregon; (said Issue to conslttvf
bonds In tho sums or "M0," "9100,"
"2C0," "IW0," and "11000,") prlnol
pal payable al the ofllee of tho clLy
.feusurerer of said city or Halom, Or
egon, on or Ixdoro lOyoars after I he 1st
day or October I8O0, the date of Issue
f said bonds; the Interest thereon, at
the rate of 1 percent per annum, pay
able semi-annually, at the ofllee of
.aid city treasurerer aforesaid, ou the
first days of April aodOctober of each
und every yoar thereafter, until call
or maturity: principal und Interest
ptyuble In gold coin of the United
btutos. The city recorder of said city
will receive, tile and register all sub
scriptions iu this behalf, and said sub
scriptions, under thlspublloution, will
ejote at 6,0c lock p, 111. of Friday, the
Mrst day of September, I&W. Done by
the ipeeial Committee of Horn! Imuc,
this, Saturday, July 15, 119, at tialeui,
(Slgnedl O P. BISHOP, Mayor,
ha-hcoed) N. J.JUDAll.Cltr Itecordor
(Slgnnd A. H. HlMKN.Counalluiao.
(Signed EP WALKKll.Courjclltusn
Tho Kind Yon IIuvo Ahvnya Uotifrht litis borno tho Blgrm
tttro of Chns. II. Fletcher, and lias been inndo under Ids
pursoitiil wupcm-Islon for over 80 years. Allow no ono
to doeolvo you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations nntl
" Just-ns-jjool' airo hut Kxperhnents, and oudiintror tho
health of Children Experience against KxporitncnU
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TMC fCWTIUW COMMWT, TT MUWMt JTWHTt NIWTOHW BITT.
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THEY ALL WANTED IT! I
You tre. tliey tliouuht tlie Mryrle In the
wlrulow, was the only one wc finil. Tli-ie
vrrre plenty uior Itmlde however, and vt
old'cutouecv.L. -M'ecoutit vou out alio
Water Prolongs Your Life.
If your house is not supplied with a Hath it ought to Ihi.
1 will make the galvanized iron Tank, put In the Tub, the
best of Plumbing, uud do all kinds of tin work. Call ami
ask for estimates.
T. S. BURROUGHS
MARHOOD RESTORED "y : "r.roini'HVellow
rrme.'ytia.irantMil (jciirritll ncrvuiw illiewr. i,urlia Weak
Memory. llratlaelif.Wabrrullnras.lN.. Maiiliowl, Nlululy l:mlv
rS:.fi"Vu,," l" "l lOWt, 'UnersUe Organs, rsutnl
by vou hful erroit. cxtrvsivc im ef Mlmiilunts wlTicli lead to
tiifinnlly or Insanity, fan I carricil in vest pocket. i no per
"'VUT ? ty ;ll prepal.l C'iituUr free. AllilruRKUta Take
no other ManufaLiureJ by the itau McJlclueCo.,lrt,l'rance.
aMiuc-lluvlH Unijc Co. UUlritmtlnif ojfcnU,
4IIIKO AMI YAMHILL HTS . l'OKTLAND. OmKQON.
FOR SALE JJV D. .1. FRY, SA.LISM, OUISGON.
OLD POSTOFFICE STABLES.
yHsBlllW- 111 '
Special rates g'ven toICommorclal7men.
Ilrives mails Ut all points at ll hours.
NOT GROCERS 10 THE PRESIDENT,
But Grocers to the People.
We keep In Stock a full Variety
of Provisions, Groceries and Fruit.
Anything and everything you need,
At prices to compete, call and compare.
HARRITT Si LALDRBNCB
old OBfomai! auocMitv,
Grand Clearance Sale of
Wi Ji s& ffifnrpl!$Tr
ut once and ueeure u bargain.
Pirjt wine, first turned. Itait Ilrisk in the market.
JaT m HLO
Good Advice (o Friends
Is often thrown away, but our pat
rons' advtco Ih sought and appreci
ated I Who does your laundry
work? Your colored shirts and linen
always look like now, etc., m-o ie
marks that greet them. Our work
is our best advertisement as well as
our patrons recommendation. If
vou nro dlssattstled with your laun
dry work bring It hero. Wo will
suit you 1
Qnlntvt Qfanm T.oir?f
w'"OJU UTOWU JJUiUiiUlj!
col. j. olmhtkad. puoimi.
Phone 41. 230 Lllierly S
Best and largcsline of
Bicycles in the Gtty,
Car load shipments
Direct from- Factory
T v 1T5 Y
ti PIIONK Ifdl
02 KBIlltYT,, HALKM,.OH.
J. J. FIDLER.j proprietor.
Horses Hoarded by the
Standing Teams, Ifki.
Hlngle HorMi 10c.
()v;i call am bo aatunwl, I'lioue 191,
To make room for now stock from
the summer run of the factory, 1
will sell ull Tile ou hand at
fifteen nr mut dlqouut. Now is
the time to buy tilts chuan. Cull
1 mU r
WLW" "aTT iC TaC3s ''.: fjs"'
Pair Oiouuds, Halom, Oregon.
Atsoeiale Teacher Western Coruetva
tory, Kansas City. Mo., representing
the Inter.stste System, at Salem, Ore.
Urcr first National llonV. Residence
376 Church street. Studio hours 9 to
Now today aaverosemonta tour lines
or, less In this column 'nsortod three
times for 25 eta, 50 ota. a weok, $1
per month. All over tour linos at
JOHN MOm-Will insuro your hops
and other property in first class com
panies at reasonable rates. Hop.
tlckots supplied. 2'rft
rfdSNTV OF MONKY-To loan to
gootl business and farm projwrty nt 0
iter cent. John Moir, Agent for tho
Scotch Morlgago Co. 2 3t
KSTKAY NOTICE - Taken up at tho
John Hughes ranch on Slough Itoad,
one blnck horse 6 years old, star In
for head, weight about 800. 8-2-1 wf
l'OH bALK Young horso. buggy and
harness, good drivor. Address or call
6 miles north, J. lloak, Salem. 7313t
KXPKUIKNCF.D-Frult dryer, (owing
to scarcity of fruit) is opon for cn
gageniJiitJo dry hops. Heat rcfor
encos. Fruit Drier, care of Jouiikal
WANT1J1) Iiuuicdlately llrst-clasi"
waitress, steady place nt Willamutto'
LOST. A valuable black and brown
Gordon suttor. Finder luavlng dog at
Jouiinai. olllco will bo rewarded.
WANTHD.-To buy ryo for milling. AjJ
ply to or address Josenh Dreclislur'
Salem. Mill on Marlon Imtwceh
Fourteenth und Fifteenth street.
7 18 ltuo
QIKL WANTKI). A competent porson
todogonerul houso work. Apply nt
corner of Ferry nnd Winter streets,
FAltal WANTED. Tho iindonignoil
want u farm of from 60 to 100 actes,
will tako it for cash rent or on shares!
Uood reference. Apply to J. 8 euro
Journnl Olllco. 7 10 lmf
VETEHKNAHY.-A suro colic remedy
guaranteed to cure. Every stock man
ought to bo supplied und keep it in
case of emergency. It does not looso
its strength. All kinds of veterinary
business attended to and
calls mado promptly. D. 1). Keelor,
380 Front street, or it feed vurd.
7-7 d A w 1 iu
UKTKOIT HOT BPKINOH-I um In
tho Held again, with tuy pack horses,
to carry you to tlio springs, or any
place hi tlio mountains, In the vicinity
of Dotiolt, I havo been hero seven
years, rait take you to all the good
camping, hunting, mid llsliing places
in this part of tho mountains. Frank
Pcrkett, Detroit, Ore. 7 3 llw
HOUSE FOU UENT.-Good six room
hiilldln. Call on ThoH. Holnuui, !)7(1
High street. 0 21 1
ROOMS, Furnished or unfurnished,
tiiuglo or iu suites, dining room ad
joining, homolike. Second lloor Cottle
Block. Mattte Hutchhis, Prop. Room
FOIl SAI E-Good dry wnotl.'Mallvoreil
to miy juirt of tho city. Price reason
able. Iaiiivo orders with Harrltt A
Ijiwrencoor Fiirinors'Fewlyanl High,
1IIUYOLK PATH-lf your bloyclo
needs repairs bring It In, wo havo
the skill uud stock to keep it In ilrst
class condition. Wo curry u full
lino nt sundries und make a special
ity of enameling como und see us.
wo satisfy nur patrons. Uardnor &
White, 288 Liberty stieet. Holinun'u
block, next door to steum laundry.
Phone 2850. 1-20-t
HOUSE OLEANEUS - Uci.iombcr
that tho best und cheapest carpet
paper Is tho heavy felt paper sold
ut Tiik Jouunai. oriicc. 20-tf
A Bathroom Worthy of Vob
Wn aro llxitig up constantly iu mod
ern houses, with open plumbing, nloklu
plated, modern improved wash tubs
and shower apparatus. Old buildings
are also mil t ted by us iu the most mjIuii
title manner, and with the best sanitary
plumbing that can lie done. None but
skilled workmen uro employed, uud the
work is always satisfucrory us well us
BARR &. PETZEL
114 COMMKKCIAL STKKZT.
Telephone No. 3371
Headquarters for Screen Doors, Etc.,
Ijiwii, Held uud isjiillry funco
uud shingles ut lowest prices.
HAL.1CM KICNOlC VVOKI-C,
Wxmiu 11isilitM' ta.n
II SKIM (UI'MliSil I IWCl
t'1 tilats Stravt
Uw ills U lac uuualltm'
flllslUus ut Ulftial
l luiisam ushiImi
mm m.m. ruiuloM, ul Kt Ml
nmn vj (j-Hu.aia,
'or Mill la pllu itirr,
fl iu. r 1 Mil.,, Ii..
ClisuUr scl a wUuS
Premium on Warrant.
Ant IillM battue Marlon or I'ulk COUnly
witnsnjs to dlsKvo. t)l do wll to call m
ll.lit ftjlMi A Jarkr. I will
piaiaium on sit auoit pro(xrly cuaar4 war
lanis. ,?9ney IP uwn at o anil 1 tt com
eat oil luibiovul Urtao, Ko rumstlulob.
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