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bo Kind Yon Havo Always Bought, and which has been I fa tlOA 4VTa atai (i . i a a k oU " ow years, ffr - "as uccnninuo under Ills pcr- fflfiTfe sonal Hupervlslon slnco Its Infancy. fxiC All0Wnnonnini1nni.li-n.wnln il.t.. 11 Counterfeits, Imitations loruucnis inac xnuo vruu ana endanger tlio health of ints nnd Children-Experience tfealnst Experiment. , What is CASTORIA storta la n harmless suhstituto for Castor Oil. Pn.ro- srlc, Drops nnd Soothing DntAlns neither Opium, Morphlno nor other Narcotic rtiustancc. Its ago is Its guarantee. It destroys Worm ind allays Povorlshncss. It 3ollc. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation aid Flatulency. It assimilates tlio Food, regulates tho Stomach, and Bowels, giving healthy and. natural sleep. xo cuuuron's l'anacco Tlio .NU1NE CASTORIA ALWAYS y Boars tho Signature of Bears tho ie KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. tmc etNT.wn coHMNr, Vt minHrmiri wtwoerr. nninfntimmnmBnuimwww FRANK DAVIS, Manager. STANDARD BISCUIT CO. Makers of PARADISE SODA cookies. f.N. MATSCHEK CANDY Up-to-date Confectioners. Nuts and confectionery. , CAPITOL COMMISSION - Wholesale Fruits and Produce, Phone No. 2231. llllhee Block. m9wmmm99 ihh eM c a f eMsMsVWftsj-etstsj lt& ::::::::A G E N C JBALFOUR, GUTHRIE & CO.;: 'fiTt A TN BUYERS AND Oats For A HOP GROWERS SUPPLIES. Crude J. G. Graham, Agent, 207 w-wmtHt) t)f mwt t ... - lllllllllllll IMIHIIIIIIIIJII III I 11 1 1 4- If BEE SUPPLIES a r nnw nrpnared to fill n.ir nrirns nre as low as tlieibesfkrade of goods can : : Ft 11 111. '1. ...... In nn ipe soia. we mvue yuu w can wuwu ... ..wv. .v , aw- ........ Ithing in that Jine D. A. WHITE & SON, Feedmea aad Phone 1781. 91 Court Street. SALEM.'OREGON. lllllllllllll 1 1 1 1 1 1 H II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H ItJItf llllllll"'''l,"llll,ll"iltJ Rflroraiti I ymn stvlcs dress I skirts shirt waists, p Just one of a kind, tunate to secure a large jmc wi - . . facturcr's samples, advanced styles at ;; a ofMt eduction, 1 will give the cus- !! I tomers the benefit of . Greenbaum's Dry Goods Store. j; 302 Commercial Street x ' m &AUUNMk iias uorno tlio sltjnntnro of aud " Just-ns-good" aro hub Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It cures Dlnrrhooa and Wind Mother's Friend. Signature (Union Label) CRACKERS and all kinds of fancy CO., Inc. CO. Y O F:::::::: SHIPPERS OF GRAIN j Sale. and stick Sulchur. Commercial St., Salem, Ore.a J For Colds, Grip, Etc. You will And tho puro liquors wo lell Invaluable If you havo thorn In tho houso ready for uso you will savo doc tor's bills. Wo guarantoa tho purity of all our liquors. You'll And tho old ryo whlskoy wo 6oll especially good. J. P. ROGERS,, Wa3tesiU anJ'.IJjtiUJLi-inr Djiler all orders for bee supplies ; ii 1I1 an in naarl nf 5nv. Sec amen, Sates skirts, under ;; jackets and capes, j! Having been for ; ; my purchase, ; ; 1 1 THE DAILY JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON,, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1903. PORTLAND JOURNAL METHODS In its Efforts to fee Fair to Every Its Adolescent Attempts Don't Succeed Quite as Well as it Doubtless - Intended Tho Portland Journal has tried hard to Imltato Its esteemed name sake at Snlem, but has n6t always quite fully succeeded, as Is evident from tlio following tolegram and elec tion return appended: (Eugene Register, May 31.) Wendllng, May 30. Col. Hofor was billed for a speech hero this evening and It being Memorial day ho deliv ered a patriotic address reviewing the great national and International achievements of tho present admin istration urging the old soldiers and patriotic citizens to hold In high re gard their duties ns American citi zens. Mr Hofor dlgrossed long enough to axpoAo tho unfair methods of tho Portland Journal In making the Renin campaign by misrepresenta tion and slnndor. Hero Is n sample In tho Journal of May 27 reporting tlio Junction meeting whore the Jour nal makes Hofor say: 'Roosovolt 1b a daugorous man. If lie Is nomlnatettl he will got lots of otos outside of the Republican party. If ho Is-not nominated Udon't know whot tho dovll wo. will do," Now what Hofor did' say was: "Roosovolt In a .dangerous man" a pause,- "for tlio Domocrats." ' And this brought down tho house, Wendllng Heard From. Woiulllng, Juno 1. Col. Hofor. Edi tor Journal, Salem, Orov Uramos 2l, Hormnnn 12S. Congratulations. J. F M'OUADIIUY. FINEST BERRIES COMING IN Salem Grocers Who Will Handle the Union Product Tho directors of tho Salem Fruit flrowors' Union had a qonforenco with Salem retail grocors last night, at tho otneo of H. I). Thlolsen, and four firms decided to handle the Union product. Mr. Thlolson oxplalnod that tho only object of the Union was to secure a bettor pack and guarantee fair prices to tho grower, and fair profits to tho retailors. Four firms have decided to handle tho Union berries at Salem, and they are as follews: Gilbert & Dakor, Ful ler & Douglas, Dranson & Ragan and I. Stolner. Fine Fruit Coming In, Tho cool weather Is maturing the ONE STEP MORE Will be fatsl to the sleep-walker. Will he drew back or will he take the final, fatal step? A great many people are in pen! like the sleep-walker. They are diseased. The diaeaae is progressing day by day. The time comes wlieit one more step away from health I fatal. 0t. M. TT. , -...-- . - . .. gexion or gajinc iiouuic goes some night to a dinner and returns home to find he has taken that lait step from health which can never be tak en back. To neglect the cure of Indigettion or some other form of stomach trouble ts dangerous. It U alto inexcusable Dr Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases of the stouueh and other organs of digestion aud nutrition. It purifies the blood, stimulates the ;ltvrr, cures biliousness, and eliminate bilious poisons from the sys tem. Th prats I woald Nke I WMW IHtcortrr' I ttnatA idUr id I Wk W wont or dtwriU wllk PB ' Zt ixjjH Mifflin W " S" tnriVia..rs l w Uktn with wM r bhrweUBS Uid w In4if rk.e I doctored wUblhtbe around ' W"1 bo relief 1 wrou you. (mwm - uk Or Pierce rJe Medical Inmwe J look thre bottles sod I lell so good lht I Hoppd-beir ewed. I lu oo trmiHoms o nttric trouble or ludifeMlaa o. If you ask your dealer for "Golden Medical Discovery" because you have confidence in Its cures, do not allow yourself to be switched off to medicine claimed to be "just as good.' but which Jou did not sk for and of which you now nothlnjf. You can get the People's Common Sense Medical Adviser. 1008 pages, pa- a a-V . unil n 4i one-cent stamps, to pay eipeaseof wailbir wy AddrVu Dr. V.is Buaalo, N. V. body 1 WHO KNOWS. tVhcn 11 lit Kidney Troublo Una Fnstencd nnd Ranched . tho Chronic Strtfto? It li tins It Is Incurnhto by Anything Known r.xcCpt tho Fulton Compeundo: We Are Tho Solo Afionts. As sn eTldenco of nunnmslehsrser6f tb rultoa Oompounds Ihsl eompsn does not pub lish or Invito testimonials sictpt tboss report Inc rsooTsrtea la kldctr dtsesss that bars resebed tbs ebronle stsc, stleitd to b Incur, lie. Here ts another recovery to a ess leeurs bl till tba adrentot the rultoa Ocmpouods, reported by Johns A Johnson, the stents et th Fulton Compounds la Los (J toll W. II. Frldley, resident et Los Clstos, Bating ehronlo kidney dtseas (Drifht's Dis ease) hed, Ilk everybody elsn, found all treat taent tattle, lie commenced on Fulton's Ilenat Compound la February, IKS, and ea December 10o( tea same year reported the total dlisp. pearsne ot the dlaess. Q writes that he has gained fifteen pounds la weight and ts agala able to do a good hard day work. Johns A Johnson, th Los Oato druggists, confirm this recovery and know ot severs! ober recover lee la Imltsr oasea et ehronlo hllney disease tn Los Oatos, all ot which wtr tnonrabl by anything else known lo drntgUta. 8, A. I'slmer, the leading drugglitolBsntaCrat, II. II. Maynard, the Ietaluma druggist, tbs Ferry Drug Oonv deny ot No. SMsrket ptreet. Baa Vrenelico. V. It. Iond, the Herkeley drnirlst. Dr. Markley, the Olortrdal druggist, Willi U Martin, tba Saoramento drngglste, and score ot other Call, torn I a druggist all report speelOo recoveries In ehronlo kidney disease that wer positively Ineurabla by anything known eioepl the Fulton Compound a. Dropsy, rbeumstlura tram oris acid, gout and Madder troubles are proof that tho kidneys are not performing their I mictions. Tba ehronlo stage o( kidney trouble la Urtght.i Dlsass. It rou feel languid or miserable. If your kidney rouble hangs on send for Pamphlet. Ier eentsgaof reoorerle nearly M peroent amonr riurelr obronlooates. Fulton's Renal Compouuil or Urlgnt'a aid Kidney Dlsoaset. lit for ntabetes, II CO. John J. Fulton Co., 40) Wash ington lret,Bn Frsnolco,ola compounders. Free anslyse for fittest. We are the sol agsau for Ui Fultoa Compound u Uus ottjr. j. m.'haderly. Palace Pharmacy, 118 State 8t finest crop of strawborrles ever grown In thla port of tho Wlllometto valley, one that will surprlso all. Andrew Vereler, of Polk county, brought In a lot of Saunders and Wil son this mornliiR that attracted a Kroat deal of nttontlon, and laid tho famous Hood Hlvor berry far In tho uhade. Thoy attracted n crowd at tho Fruit Union waro rooms, nnd ManaRor Davis had orders for them In advnnco from Uranson & HaRan, nnjl fotild have sold ten tiroes as many at fancy prices, If hn had them. Thoy pot tho bluo label, which repre sontit tho Union's fancy product, tho choice Rrado Rotting n rod label All members of tho Union nro urged to bring In their first fancy fruit, and thus establish tho brands In tho ship ping market. Tho crop will bo late and well out of tho way of tho Cali fornia and Hood Hlvor fruit. The Oregon Berry. J It. Gillette brought In somo very fine "Oregon" borrlcs, also some known ns tho Huffstotter, a largo red berry that will becomo very popular. Thoy woro shipped, on standing or der, to Corvnllls. Salem borrloa are going to bo In groat demand nt nearly all tho towns In tho valloy, and tho Union promises to scoro a great suc cess, for tho first year thatlt Is In tho genoral market Will Sell Union Derrlei. Tho following grocers havo agreed to supply tho products of the Halem Fruit a rowers' Union to tholr pat rons, and tho public Is Invited' to fa vor them with erders: Gilbert & Baker. Oranson A (lagan. Isaao Stolner. Fuller aV Douglas. 6-3-tf I T. ItBYNOLDS, Sec. BENNETT CAMP OF VETERANS Met Tuesday and Elected Officers and Delegates Donnett Camp pf Indian War Vet erans met Tuesday and elected offi cers as follews: Charles Calvert, captain, and J. O. Wright, ordorly ser geant. Tbo meeting was well attoud ed, and much Interest was taken In tho matter of who will bo our next grand commander. It was decided the camp would rec- ognlzo no man for that position whose servlco Is not recognized by tho United States government. John O. Wright. Wm Townsond and X H. Elgin wore elected delegates to the grand encampment, which will be held In Portland, Juno ictb. A vote of thanks was given to Ad- Jutant-Oenoral Oantonbeln for his speedy adjustment of our claims, but wo are at loss to know why tho secretary of state will not honor our vntir-hnra nil nresentatlon With a Check, as tho ho law requires he should. 5 T. H rXQIN. As a M. Coooer wai unloading lee . yesterday from a car near, the freight dupof, his team became inmiieoeu i , a train switching Jn the yard, and , started to run. Wr Cooper did Pt let go qf the lines, and managed to stop thera,lbr, running Into the Baiem Flouring 1(11 Compaays elevator There was no damage dons. CLASSIJlkADfl ftlvertletaest. tlv Uses or less. Is this colurao sertedthrre times for as&SOca Wet $1.30 mama, am vrcr iiYeiinrv it incisme rate. -Mmtem Ma i iiwirti WANTED. Wanted. At once, a good dining room gin, at tno t.-ottngo Hotel. E-26-3t Wanted. A widow woman or girl In want of a permanent homo in small family (throe). Terms to suit. Ad dress G, 11. Varnoy, Crow Oregon, l-rftno county. u-sa-sw'' Wanted ST Once-JuOO strawberry pleKefs At Hhotl Ittvor.' Plenty of work, Good "pickers can cam $3 CO a day. Tako Regulator lino steam ers from Alder street wharf, Port land, dally nt 7 n. m. Faro for round trip 2.00. Children .0Q. 5-20-tm Wood Wanted.-100 corrla of blc nr. or laruo aornnil cmtirth ntn artrnti heavy oak. Bend sealed proposals to inner urns., journal oiuco. tr Wanted. Young men to prepare for government positions. Flno open ings In all departments. Oood sal aries. Rapid promotion. Rxamlna tlon soon. Particulars froo. Intor Stnto Cor. Inst., Cedar Rapids, In. 4-28-ltu FOR eAUK. For Sale. 90-ncro farm In Marlon county, U mllo of Sanltam rlvor, In good settlement. Flvo-room house, barn nnd necessary outbuildings. Woll watoretl with spring water nt tho doorl Ten acres o'f fruit of all kinds, prlnclpaly winter apples. A flno fruit nnd dairy farm, with lota ot ottt-rango; within i mllo ot railroad, school, church nnd busi ness town, with largo monthly pay roll. This Is n bcnutlfut farm ot good, black, productive land, and If sold at once wilt tako $2000, with half down, and tho bnlanco from 3 to 5 years, at, C per cont lntorest. Immedlato possession. For furthor Information address J. E. Ray, Mill City, Ore. C-3-3m :or 8ale Full sot Hots Hot Air np paratus. Apply to W. a. Robblns, 157 Court stroet. C-2-f :or Sale. A homo In North Balom. Mrs. II. K HutTroan, North Salem urocory. C-28-2wk For 8ale-A good span ot mores, 7 and 8 ypars .old, truo. gontlo and sound; good wagon, hnrncss, now plow, gool Iron harrow, 2-3 lntorest In CS r-rros of grain, with a good houso end barn on tho place. Will sell cheap a good hacft. I havo an HO-acro stock ranch, 25 acres In cul tivation, houso, barn, fruit; CO.000 ncrott out-rango joining tho place Prlco COO, $300 cash, balance on 3 yoars' tlmo n4 0 per cent. 0, O, Ilurgoss, agent, Bhorldan. Or. f23-0d-2w Wsgons. A fqw 3 nnd 3-lnch inoun tain gears; used two menths: ' as good its now. Clea F. nodgers, Court and Liberty streets. fi-Mm FOR RENT. Fori ItentwfilsiwrTooms ran be hful for housokcoplng or bod rooms, closo In. Call at 45Q Front street, or on fleo R Hstch. cnrrlor No. 1. B-2-31 Rooms for Rent. Upstairs, Cottle block, by day, week or month. Also light housekeeping rooms, Electric lights, open all hours. Mat tlo Hutchinson, prop. 4-23 lyr. MISCELLANEOUS. Lost A small packet containing lot- torn, bank and account books. Re turn (o Jas. IL Courier, Routo N.o 1, or leave at this office. 6-Z3-31' Unlaue Cleaning Rooms Qhaw 4 Johnson, tho cloanora, aro now lo cated at 209 Commercial stroet Thoy do a genoral pressing and re pairing business. Rpoclaltles: Skirts, silk waists, kid gloves, gents' cloth ing, etc. Phono 26H. B-28-lyr. Headquarters for Fsnelno, Wovon wlro fencing for all purposes, Smooth wlro for hop yards, etc. Correspondence solicited. Walter Morloy, 60 Court street, Salem. B-6-tf Rsmqval. Tbo Salem Carriage Fac tory, Werner Fennoll proprietor, baa moved (torn Commercial street to North Liberty, at the bridge. Call and seo tho now placo, and In spect the work done. Satisfaction guaranteoa. wornor rennet. Eggs for Ssttlnj.-r-l'ure bred Wblte Plymouth Rock and Dlaclc Mlnop cas, tho best layers known. T. H. DlundslI, Mornlpgslde. Tolephono No. 206 Red. 3-20-tf Vou vll always flnt) the choicest meats and groceries at the lowest prices at Edward's ft Luscber1!, 401 and 4)0 BUta street 'Phone orders given special attention. LOOSES. Csntral Lodgo No, 18 K- of PCstls Half In Ilolman Block, corner SUU and Ulxirtr stroots. Tuesdsr of each -Sfkt 7:20 p. -, A. a Bfranai C, Cj, It. J. Mflmillg rv oi it aim o 6ftttVfcH Ot- AMtiKltiA'.-iJUy, Sherwood Foresters No 19. Meets Friday night In Turner block. 8 W. Mlnturo. O. R.; A- L. Drown, Sec Modern Woodmsn ot America Ore gon Cedar Camp No. 62t. Meets every Thursday evening . o'clock Holman Hall, Frank A. Turner, V C.; A. L. Drown Clerk. Protection Lod&e No. 1, Ancient Or der United Workmen, meets every .aUturday evening Is th Holt HU.corner ot aHaw.-Wl 'Ub -jimAm Vtaltlnr hrlhrvn "-.'-OBIS i'iln.nnUii U W J. A. BellWOOd. 'Recorder. PAQE SEVEN OSTEOPATHY. Drs. M. T. Sehoettle, Frank J. Barr and Anna M. Dsrr. Graduate American school ot Ostoopaffiy, Klrksvllto, Mo., successors Ap Sr. Grace Albright , OfflcohourT Ojfto 12 and 1:30 to 4:30 o'clock Odd Follows' Tcmplo. Phono Main 8731? residence pheno 2603 Rod. Ur. n. H. Uccvell, (suggestive I ncr poutlcs and Osteopathy, Nervous, functional and menial diseases, ne ralgta, headaches, norvous prostra tion, dyspopslrt, constipation, dlar rhoea, rheumatism, aithms, et. D'Arcy block SUto BtreeSlPe Main 2955. " ; :" W. Q. Robblns, Dr. of Osteopth?)ho addod to his practlco tho aystom o suporhoatod air, for tho treat meat ot acuto and ehronlo tllsoasoa. 11T Court street, Salem, Or, TON80RIAL AND BATHS, NiS.iWswNSanT1Sa nyan's Shsving Psrlers. Seven n class barbers esfajsd. Flnert M rooms In elty. We m antlsei steriliser. J. Ryan, Prop. Evan' sarberslTsfOnly flrst-elas mup oh anaia street, jcvery camel bw and B49-4t, Flsest Hrc4J batks. IMsave, KJ h4ret, H kaU, He Two Irat-eeas bteeka. a W. Brass, prorler Qetrolt Shingles. I havo just reoolvod a carload of theso shlnglos. Ordori given prompt attontlon at P Lh Larson's WrgOH shop, or at rosldonoo.' ,373; Chu-rci street 8. IN M'ORAGKEN. B-26-l-ra O. H. MACK Successor to -Dr. J. U. Keens, t White Cornor, Salem, Oregon. IartlM desiring superior operations at mod erate fee tn any branch ara In earil retasMt CAPITAL CITY Express and Transfer Meets all matt ftM!:fcatr trataut, Oaggage to all part rot the erst; Prompt M-rvlce. TeJ4io No. UV HK0KMAN V HEORI01C V S. C. STONE, M. 0. ....PROPRIETOR OF.... STONE'S DRUG STORES 8ALEM, ORCQON. Tho stores (two ' number) are Ie catod at No. 235 and 207 Commercial street, and are woll stocked with a cornploto lino of drugs and medicines, toilet artlclos, porfumory, brushes, etc. Has had somo 25 years experience 1st tho practice ot medicine, and now makes no charges for consultation, amlnatlnn or prescription. r IIUIR W1NQ 8AN0 CO. iorter.lsH dealers In Cblntse and Japanese fisc and Dry Goods, silks, ladles' under wear, furnlshlnr goods, mattltiss, or naments aad silk kaadkercRlefs Wa make up all kleds of wnnpers aa4 waists, white underwear, etc. Every goods In store now sale cheap. t0 Court St . Salem. Or. Corner Alley. SALEM WATER COMPANY OfFICR UITY HALL rr water srr1c 9f at oasX. srilhi tyable Bonthly la advassc fake all eossjlevlBts at the ee. Harper's Whlsfcsy Is the beet Gst some Into your vest, Ous. Schrslbsr kte It, . And you know the rest. ( PARMER'S HOME 163 ute ttrnt WESTERN TIMBER1 ASS0CIATl0r1 Room 9 Chanter Coamerce. Porllasi, Headacarters for yellow pise 1 wiser claims. Weguaraalee tolscatayM asagreed or refund your fee. Oetlo for the sale of large tracts eC Her solicited. We have the BHyari.H J. J. WALTER; Pftl. Roforenco at Title, OuaranUo and Trust Company, Tortlaodl' Oon Cbalmberlaln and Secretary of State Dunbar iinmniii an a ITS. !. ik. I I- !llldMJrtK l HSU m J!S kwiUI, sm UMHfUM. ' tiMm. i,,fi etbar. Sfa ! ii f PfMaj atasM 4N 4WaHfUitrelaWMprs- Ian MU. !. Imimu Mt bold In Salem by f. C Call for Free Soap). NEEDHAM & CO. PAINTERS" Palntls. Calsomlslag aai Pawr Raula Work all Ouarantwd. ' Leave orders at Savage rktcscr'a Feed Store. SALEM, 0Ri:ttH. Raffa, piale and lacoiors.Flower Baskets. Books at redactd rrifkii ff gifts. The VatietfJS. MCiitist. AHnfM!Q-r'M ilftVLt IvTfinJfK ItMMIUU I PILES isWMtTj I tliU4 SrtW. tuitf, . V lltM -1 Me m SJ Utt tf U4S-' ."' S M. U...4. iMUk .a.t (Ha,juuus.iw.dMp wi -.' rHM.se (m .eU im, uttm J f fcpisHM- iiihtis wtvt. U.tuMn, a. iuniiiiuiiniiitiiiiuw""1"1"811"""