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i 4 i !! i i; PAGE TWO. jf I f 1 THfe DILYOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1903. W m m 4M-frM-llll(ifrtiL,,l.a'? Some I! People Want !h -ai ;i What Nnmp UUIIIU J People , Don't i lUn n( ;; lid ;; I . i i i I But everybody wants good fitting clothing affile" right price? they want the latest styles in hats, the newest patterns in fancy shirts, ancft above everything else they want the PACKARD S3 .60 Shoe lor men All these arc to be found at the store of G. W. JOHNSON & CO. Now there arc a few things pec pic don't want, and among the most prominent things just now is the ' bicycle ordinance. Give the bi' cycle a rest and enforce the laws already passed. We'arc a friend of the wheel and ask our customers to ?i6c right into our store and we will do the rest. This store will be closed Saturday afternoon f? 3 if I? ,jhrmfpb'rt M CEtEBRATED V wJHlvk i fjprrji'.Agwa tsfismMBbZGm zsmmm G. W. JOHNSON & CO. I THE CLOTHIERS, 257 Commercial St., Salem ifltlfllff ! !' Illll lW'H)v JITTERS i Is your Stomach weak, Bowels Consti pated or Liver arid Kidney Inactive? Then don't neg- left tlio matter. Nature 'need inte'itaiice nu hoDlltets be ins; Ka tu re'e remedy tor tbeee ailment Inures ly tho medicln- t posltvely Mo1 tf f cures. Try i THE DAILY JOURNAL' Scrlppa Ncw Attoclatlon Telegrams. 3 and 5 O'clock Editions. DY HOFER DROTHERB. Daily One Year, 14.00 In Advance. Dairy Three Montht, (1.00 In Advance. Oally by Carrier, 60 Centa Per Month. Weekly One Year, 11.00 In Avtnce. JOURNAL-SPECIAL DELIVERY. Ono Woolc S 10 Ono "Month 35 . Threo Montlis ..'., 1.00 At Journal office. At Daue'a Grocery, South Salem. At Dowereox Qrocery, YewPark. 'Asylum Avenue Qrocery Store. ' Electric Qrocery, Eait 8tate. 8L IIIHIIIinitllllHHHIU LABELS &' WHHUnillHIIIIIII l and look aftor Its sanitary conditions, and should bo composed of Intolllcont and progressive cltlzonB. Pomona who arc not In sympathy with tho movomont to mako Creator Salem tho finest city oT Its slzo In tho Pacific Northwest, and who will not work to that ond with unflagging pub He spirit should not bo named. I'orsons can bo named who llvo on tlroly In tho past, and who aro In dliTorent to broad and llboral pollclos of progroes and improvement, and who will simply hold theso positions for what llttlo personal glory and ben oflt thoy can get out of thorn. Persons can bo appointed who havo tho greatest Reed of tho city and tho broador Interests of humanity at hoart. Let tho cfty government be ware of filling those positions with persons who nro dead to Improve ment. Tho time has como for all 8a loni pooplo to xo) for progressive ro-suits, towns for uso on Mcmorjal day, c - --- Tho cemetery hllt wlH,o6n amfed(3bldtirilVif,tho"'BcotchBr named keeps spreading. be room Has Hitchcock heard .from Oregon? If ho hasn't 'he will wjien Bingcrr reaches Washington. Thoro Is a new crai.Tn8taloipolltlcs, and all might as well recognize tho fact. The flat-wheel politician has got .to go. .'' ' ' With a united , and efficient delega tion In Washington, thoro ought to bo an end of a wholo lot of peanut politics In Oregon, j Good fruit, fair prices for tho grow er and picker, and no ruinous compe tition, Is tho platform of tho Salem Fruit Growors' Union. VERSUS . BULL The Machine Comes Out n Easy Winner And the Bovine Discovered That he Had "Bit off More Than He Could Chew" a r &. if ik v. -- - - 1 1 Ml ,! A Woman u. iucvasj trimmer Bno bo thi a recipient of a watch boft?1 d --.aEayjB.?uro to bo a SfiV a? """V Probably knSSH watch wo sell carries wWHJ antco-wrltten as yoVSkW and works. Sn u- JL'TTMht.1 flpectlon and selection i.V upnee oi suiting you to th9 j " ? 1 PfTtfeJI itA C. T. Pomeroy , Joweler'and Optlclun, 289coai,' n lio lert tlio (losciiurg mnu ot to support ils cholco of a candl- among Hopuhllcana for Uiiltcnl PORTLAND JOURNAL METHODS. Having appropriated the good namo and fame of moral other uewspapors tho Oregon Stnto Journal, of Ku gone, and tho Dally Journal, of 8n lum tho Portland Journal stilt has mqthods distinctly ita own. In tho last Issue beforo election tho Portland Journal asked: "Is this man Hermann n thiol?" Such editorial ability as tho above reveals tho pow er of deep and penetrating thought and great mothod. It took great brains to continually roprosent that Hermann had been kicked out of tho general land ofllco for malfeasanco In ofllco, when ho had for throe years opposod Hitch, cook'u forest reserve policy, and differed with that gentleman only on that matter. It took greater, brains to mlsropro- Bont Hermann us having fought tho Hepubllean party thirty years ago, when be left tho noscburg land of fice lntu Rlnf Aa Hnnntiir. ? Ilut'tlio greatest brain power aiono" can ask questions. Is thfs man a thtof, -when tho question was never up Ui tho minds of oven Hermann's mof lltter opponent; on tMjj '.'' eat imVlcjlo In Oregonf.. , C .l Tho Portland Journal In to be con gratulated on having methods bo dis tinctly Us own that It will never be Wstaktj" tot tho Orogou Journal of Isugeno. or the Dally Journal of Sa lemf frh'ese , two old Oregon Journals. tiuit,utijud upciro .t!i4 Qalllcn'Ui syndlcato camo In and cleverly app(ro prlatod their namo and fame, aro very thankful thnt tho Portland Journal hni pot also? stolon their mothods, but- has a method distinctly Its own. f . fjAJHK ND HEALTH BOARDS. An Important diity d.evolvea on jthe prosenCcl'ty administration In iolect- ing Park f and Health Iloanls. undoi?., the new Hiarter Tor Qreater Satem. This will bo douo next Tuosday even Ing. Theso two boards will control tho beautlf ylug of tho city, tho protection RIGHT OF-THE HI88ER. In Ilbston a Judge has decided thnt a person who pays for tho prlvllego of soolng u theatrical performance has a right to hiss If tho show Is bad. It follows that ho must be n critic on his own behalf and thus ho has a right to hiss If he thinks tho show Is bad. Wisdom of this high odor comes properly from such a center of Intclllgonco as Boston. If a man has no right to hiss, It follows ho hau no right to clap his hands In approval, but that his duty Is at an end whon ho has paid for a seat and sat In It to tho falling of the curtain. Tho privilege of tho player to boro tho spectator to death, or close to tho border. Is not denied. Many fall uttorly to llvo up to tho ad vance notices and tho paper on the dead wall, and th'ero Is no chance of protest. Good luck to tho Doaton Judgo who took a different vlow. However, tho fact that ono may hiss does not Imtdy that tbcro exists any obligation. Tho, .man who hisses 's usually far Injure obnoxious that tho,, person at whomvtho hUa Is di rected and his conduct Invariably calls to mind tho faxt th'at tho two natural sources oftfio nUs aro tho gooeo and' tho snake, notod tho ono fdr stupidity and tho other for Tcnom. utlso to utter tho Bib- Stato of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas County, RS. Frnnk J. Cheney makes oath that ho Is senior partner of tho firm of F. J. Cheney & Co, doing business In tho City of Toledo. County and Stato aforosnld, and thnt said firm will pay the Hum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for earh and every case of Catarrh that can not bo cured by tho caso of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to beforo mo and subscribed In my presence, this 6th day of Do comber. A. D. 1886 A. W. OLEASON, Seal Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taken Inter nally, and nets directly on tho blood and mucuous surfaces of tho system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills aro tho best. 1 o A NATURAL RESULT. It Is very rcasonnblo to supposo If tho foundation of a structuo was removed that tho building itself Is bound to come down. This samo prlnclplo can bu applied to dlscaso. Tako a medi clno Into tho oystcm that will rcmovo th'a can bo of sickness, and tho. Illness lenves of Itsolf. Dyspepsia,' indigos tlon, slck-headacho and blllousnoss have their foundation In stomach dis orders. Romovn this weakness and thb other symptoms nro no more. Thoro is ono curo for all this that all drugglsta sell for 25c per box, it is called ' Dr. Gunn's Improved Liver Pills. They got right at tho beginning of theso .diseases and mako tho curo by taking away tho causo of It ' Wo will send a small bor freo by mall, or a largo box on receipt of 25c. Address Dr. Bosan'.o Co., Philadelphia, Pa. For salo at -. bcono's Drug Stores. 4 ' 0 War Veterans Meet. Granville. O., Juno 3. Granville was dressed In Stars and Stripes to day In honor of, the ex-prlsonqrs of tho Civil war. whoso annual state re unions was begun under pleasant auspices. A two days' program haa boon arranged and besides tho busi ness sessions of tho associations thoro will br numerous features of ontortalnmont for the veterans and their friends. ,Urbana, II), Juno 3,--A.' Phllllppl, "k wealthy farmor near Mahomet, has demonstrated that tho automobile Is nn Invaluablo adjunct to tlio mota doro. Mr. Phllllppl, seatedin his new auto, had a battle, with a buiUwh'l$h had created, torror for flvo years on his farm. Tho animal vainly strove to buck the horseless vehicle, but finally turned tall and ran, bellowing In fear. The farmor was riding about tlio farm when ho mot tho animal, which had oscaped from Ita pasture. Tho beast, hearing tho toot of tho auto horn, stamped a foot and mado for tho vehicle. Mr. Phllllppl decided thnt tho best thing to do was to turn on full power and glvo bnttlo. Tho bull and tho auto mot and tho bull was knocked head over heels by tho collision, Tho nnlmal roso for anothor attack. This tlmo tho propol lor of tho vchlclo wna ablo to attack tho bull In tho roar, and ho bowled him over again. By this tlmo nil tho fight was out of tho bull, and ho Hod, whllo tho farmor pursued him, tooting the horn. Neighbors who had heard tho bol-, lowing of tho bull, ran to tho scene. supposing that Its ownor was being gored to death. Whllo their eyes bulged ,'th.oy behold tho routing of tho animal, which had a record of two men killed nnd many Injured. Thoy had thought that tho nnlmal would chargo a locomotivo or hordo of coBsacks. Up and down tho field tho chnsc continued, nnd not onco did tho bull show any disposition to do anything but endeavor to got away from tho Btrango vchlclo which wns overtaking him as fast as he could run nnd upsetting him by attacks from tho roar. Sovon or olght tlmos tho race was run from ono ond o a lorty aero field to. tho other, until tho bull was thoroughly tired and as - gontlo as a "milch cow. Thon Mr. Phllllppl and his auto rotlrod from tho field, leav ing tlio bull to think it over. HencQ tho Inipul ilant protest "pni New Liner Coming. Copenhagen, Juno 3, Tho new 10,' 000-ton twin scrow steamship United states or tho Scandinavian-American lino started on her maldpn trip across the Atlantic today. Tho United Statea Id tho third now stoamshlp of the Scandlnavial-Amcrloan line put Into commission during the last twelve months. Icht .bo-' wisely ro- struTne. Tliore ar3 better ways In which to express tho lack of satis faction, one of theso, a felmplo and easy ono, being to keep away from tho provocation. Taconia Ledger. ' 0 i ' " ' . ) JOURNAL XtRAY8. - Mako-all your-datoa wJth.your host girl for Carnival week. Tho wild strawberry Is In great abundance, say tho children and the robins , , Hanna will never bo President, un loss ho should hnppon to runi against Cleveland. n nil '. A great many Salem flowers wero shipped to other towns In tho valley on Memorial dayt Nearly a carload uf rhododendrons of streets, the construction of parks. 'wero shipped, frony Detroit to valley r f ,,, ?Tf Ayer's Hair yigor is tho most fiiiikucKof it to stop'farrlriifcthiir, tomike'tfe Mr' grow, or to restore color to gray hair. f.o.lffir.'UM. An Awful Road. Bd, Journal"; The Turner road leading from Salem to Turner, ,(s an absoluto disgrace, for several miles this sldp of, tho reform schools It Is literally atrown with looid rocks. gravel and boulders Just tho ma- terlarto build a road ofbut, it lsn.:t built Whether It is thoWlI of'taa ri . . . . cQuntycourt or pf tho stato officials. or tho penitentiary officers, I -do not know; but that pieco of road; Is a disgrace to civilization. Thero la, a trtswl rttrun nf vrvofl fut tkla oLIa Owv. jj.v , w. .wU JUOV VU.O 0. as to rht can bo douo wltSuio ma" torlal at band. All that is nocessary. Is to put the material Into position. -wun norses ana men, and It la to do hoped that feoraothlng will be done Yory Boon. I can't help butfrepoat that It Is a disgrace as It Is, and It-Is no wonder the recent conference mado Inquiry Into tho religious s sta? tua .of tho superintendent pf.. th&xs-. form school. Rjdlng oer tJiat, road dally, ft faH wonder that hejhas any; religion at all. ROADS 'AND RELIGION'. HIS ARM CUT OFF BYA SAW Charlie Tindall Meets With Deplorable Accident Charlie Tindall, aged 18, lost his right arm abovo tho olbow yesterday. Tindall was working with his father on a steam wood saw, and at tho tlmo of tho accldont they were engaged In sawing wood for Mrs. John Farrar, Jr., in tho alleyway back of tho Fa rar homo on Stato street Young Tlndall's work -was to pasB tho wood from tho pllo to tho saw. Ho had very little room In which to work, and, in ondeavorlng to pull a stick from tho pile, bo leaned too far back, and tho saw caught his right arm, and nearly severed It, Just abovo tho' elbow-. Tho flow of blood was stopped by wrapping his shirt sleevo tightly around tho arm. and ho was carried into Mrs! Furrar's h'ouso. A doctor was summoned, and advised taking tho young man to tho hospital, which was. done at once. At h,o hospital it was found necessary to amputate the arm a little above tho elbow Tindall Js doing nicely today, and no .Beriolis complications aro antici pated. . Jt waa a very unfertunate: ac cont to a young man just entering upon 'his years 6f usefulness. DR. J. F. COOK u Has como to tho conclusion that all profession of tho heallnt !! 9 ik tfniTA'nritA IVfnrrrtnm ( a ft1liift Tin. ... ' B1UD l lu ,tuwu.v nTt,a rv"'" "" iour system Ii n, ' n.iuuuv Vu.u u.uu. ... wm., uuu Yuaiiiy in the Ttw 'kingdom. Poisonous drugs nor doctors' , knives nor tfcund lightning wit. not romovo tho causo, but lay tho foundation fori) u of dlscaso. Tboso poisons go Into your" bones, and kill tho llf a .and crcato all kinds of diseases, cancorouo tumors, consumption lintin rlleAiiana aIi Tft tnnet Iiahm Ii m In.l 11..1 Ll ... - wUU u.oN.i;, . u u. ., .u m.uu mui ma medicine In, poisonous tonic, nor r sumuiant, nor temporary relief which yon rdf poisonous drugs, whero tho results aro euro death sooner or later t blamo tho medicine, when it takes nn effect and stirs up the col disease In tho system. You must not expect to bo cured in a fowji your sickdoss or disease nas pcen a long timo coming on, and It tfflti a long tlmo to get it out of your system. It will tako months or it. build a now body from tho bones up. This Is what tho pcoplo do m dcrstand. Thoy aro used to being humbugged. His medicines art t posed of Nature's Herbs what tho human nystem require. TVhen tin mals got sick thoy will help themsolvos to those herbs, for they hri8( stlnct, and tho pcoplo havo not, so wo havo to mako a study of It l) been a llfo study with Dr. Cook. Do not got weary; this life Is (mo and too sweet to worry out of this world. Dr. Cook Cures All Kinds of Diseases 301 Liberty Street, Salem, Oregon. Hri-fMl-fH-l-a-la-l-fltH-fH-fH-l-aH-H-l-B-l-B-l-B4.1l4.xBj.B.iUjUU 5 Draperies and Carpets You will soon want ar pets for your new boost. Durlne this week n have a line of factory samples from vtbkb to make selections. Any selection can tc placed on your floor Ii te'n days time. The House Furnishing Co. 269 Liberty Street. Stores st Silta asl Altujr. taaHIRIMKa-fl-rltMtBtKlltltll-sltltMBHIaItMH HARRITT & LAWRENCE Sell more Orocerles and tetter Groceries than ANYBODY LETTUCE, RHUBARB, RADISHES, etc just from to Gardens. - - AND EVERYTHING FOR THE SPRING SEASON Como and seo for yourself old p. 0. ocM World's Fair Club. Tho ladles of the Balem Lowla & Hall Thursday afternoon at 2: SO o'clock It's Just a Cough That seta your lungs sore and weak ami paves tho way for pneumonia or consumption, or oouj. Acker's English ftemedy will stop the cough In a day and heal your lunga. It will cure con sumption, asthma, bronchitis, and all thjpat and lung $rouhJes. Positively guaranteed, and money refunded if you are net: satisfied. Write us for rroo Bampia. w, . Hooker & Co., nuuaiu. n i ii j ptt nniKCiar J. Brownstein & Son. 13( Court street. Hlehestcashcrlee Hr" V -ltfrTBi' d.s:bentle Tnsith to Tell Thoro aro no othormilk cans inado tblo equal in wearing quulitiea the gent BUHL CANS Thiy are tinned to stay tinned, and Pljjjjfg casllv-, becomo dented, and being "fPX-toil soon rust and go to pieces. Not WW'F j , Factory." "Improved Elgin "and 'ouS,, Tlwy fll outtaat any other caw g ?i!Sr " uiorouuuir and quicmy awur. "r'.Tj, iij. .Uia only can la the world ttwt li nsFl'3 Uuhl ''Victor" Can Urtwt rl. "Vldor" Round tUadte. AathPreftWhTBJg thj.lllk dnTrdMrlt UxkJoriU R. M. WADE & C0.I Wholesale a Retail. . Roche Hat bor Lime Alsen Cero Lath and Shingles, Sand and Gr Anil nil tflne .( D..MJI ... . . ... .....- .!...,., U!ltIl'Ml Work done on short notice. " iSHSJCoa -SUMMER NORMAL SCHOOM th fif . F,S National Bank Bulldln. Salem. OreeoB- i .I5' V.t8 ten" will open Mav 4th and contlaue seven "Atfw. ? uiii rVA"fSpV.une.?2an,C0nne tlllttw Auirnst "SSmwt 'avait.ii i - ) uiainLiJci lariiuiiaria IMS Biaii, mmw - rm ubi gaOi.farJIJM. Pelts, WpoL TaUow eiVilV.S05iflai!ll,-!Ty w,t,a?i Elocntloi a DrwJ?; uT sckool. Address J. j, Kra, sakiTowi. Iroii Rableraad Metals.