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.The Housefurnishing Company.!
New Location 269 Liberty Street
Lagest Disttibatots of fine Ftimitwe I
. . . mm mm .
Fitted with bevel
plate mirrors at
We always show a
fkrge and distinctive
' . Chaiis
yidcut close to the,
cost all fiie lime.
If .you do not come before, call on us during Carnival
Week and if it be your first visit you will be more than
'.surprised at our size and healthy condition.
jj Do Not Mlstafcejthe Location
269 Liberty St., Next Jos. Meyers & Sons
tthe House Furnishing Company,
Juicy Morsel for
(dinner yon can enjoy from one of oar
kr and delicious menu. iwi "
sutton chops, veal cntlete or port.
wSwia cot from the tattaii
prime.toe tie. mo .-wS
table wiw irona, -
ome meats i oea roc ?
C. CROSS SALEM ORB
Ii Swell Society
vt -... m think of having tho
41U nv-i- - ,
:.., h. , wears with evening
Ireas laundried anywhere but at the
c.i.n, Ktenm TjumdnT. "WO Will gtVO
BBi ji i ktgssst r ;jJa23 Q '
lyou, cither tha slosa pr domestic fln-
Ush, both of which, aro beauuiuu
i--v nn woolen and ierca!es Is unsur-
Liassed. Wo guarantee satisfaction.
Salem SktmlMtaivf i
RC4L0MEL. J. QLMSTEB. FTOP.
meet the nppro- X
val of tho most x
$3.50 Bed will 2
Bed Room and '
Signs of Renewed Activity
In the real estato world Indicate In.
creasing ,tmUdipg ppefatlons tbla
Spring, and prompt us to remind you
that our facilities for supplying herd
.mi soft wood, lumber, lath, shingles,
and other building materials aro ox-J
ceptlonaliy gooo. we wm uv yuvu
to furnish estimates on contracts,
large or smalL A car of Mill City
GOODALE LUMBER CO,
. Near . P. Paa Depot
Tif m in I
THE DAILY JOURNAL, 8A.LEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1903.
Should be Connected
Line , -
Lafayette, McMInnville and
This Garden of the
Valley Would be
Dayton and Newberg. nt times op.
pear Very miichly Isolated communi
ties, This Is especially so when boats
are unable to run on regular tlrao on
account of extremely high or low
water It Is a trying situation to
those who happen to bo "caught out"
nt these times. Tcrhaps, aftur Walt
Ing n good'portlon of tho ford part of
thq forenoon, ns ijld tho. editor and
about a dpxon , other' jud'plb who
wished to tako paBsngo on 'the down
rlvor steamer Tuesday, then be In
formed that you could go and got your
dinner beforo tho arrival of tho boat.
Then repeat tho waiting until a late
hour In the afternoon, and then bo In
formed that the boat would not arrlvo
that day. It can probably bo Imagined
what would be the 'feeling of those
who had been, In waiting most of tho
day, They could not express their
feelings In words. Bomo gave up their
tickets to Agont ualuwin, wiio re
funded their money without any hesi
tancy, and tho parties then took tho
train for Portland, which did not help
them, as they had to lay over In Port
land until 4 n. m. next dar before tho
train lenvos that city -for Dayton and
Nowbprg. -, ,
' ' Sitting on;atLog.
When golng'up to Salem" Monday on
tho Ituth tho editor left John Hoffman
and C. Peavy sitting on a log at Wos
ton awaiting tho down river boat,
which usually arrives thero -about 1
p. m. but that day arrived about 7 p.
m.; whethoi they waited until then wo
aro not Informed. Tho- Pomona, had
stuck on a gravel bar abovo Salem",
wmen uoiaycu u; inqiuutu un mu
.aw ..n in n,al1ta' hlnM.w a.ltnl? fin
T BLJ Ul III VfUIVOkllll. .IU.U, IkHlin UM
Dlack Dog bar, G miles below Albany
and laid thero until tho Pomona as
sisted In getting hor off Wednosday
morning.. Rd. nrrlvcil nt Weston that
evening on tho Pomona at 7 o'clock.
We have heard It said that Dayton
and Nowbcrg wero convenient to get
to anu irom. wo l ivavu iu uuiur
from tho gontlomen making the state
ment It is truo that wo havo a rail
road running north and south, ono
train each dny, but making no connec
tion anywhere. And thero Is a boat
tuns to and from hero to Portland
each day, but docs not make any con
nections. On tho WUlamctto river,
tho way that boats aro now run. you
nro never sure, whou you start,
whether you will "get .thoro dr not"
I)y taking an early start In the morn
ing, from tho capital or other points
south of this, It Is possible to reach
Dayton by rail lato In tho snmo day,
by taking near 100 mile Journey.
A Motor Line to 8alem.
It ono Is able to Keep a team, or
hire one he may bo nblct to drive tho
K0DOL areata wUt you eL
KODOL ofeaasas. purlflsa,
rr i atrsng-tMaa and ev4
m tts stomscli.
KQBAL cures bfi.etJon. dy
fwwv , pepsla, sad all stomadi
and bovel troubles.
VnTVDT. accelerate tho xtton of
glvs ton to tha dlgsstiva orjtja.
sTOBUT reKaves an orervorfc!
.warm. ttomMcb ,j, g
trsJs, fires to th haa-1 a fall, fr
a4 (uUriouusIod actlaa. rwuriaa-M
sk asrvoos arstoca and fls lib
YA&OL e vonierful nm4f
f-TT , thatU makinf somaaf
sick psofW U and wJt Hopas
by rivc -" boM "
W noiH-warocnt ta-4 U oontitla! I
fM fetl. Caa Sawitr Taa.
f. tU0Qa-M2m ,
I aaHHiMUN I
When the life of Mrs. Ruff was
hanging In the balance she Used
Dr. Pierce's 1'avorite Prescription
and was reitored to health. Her ex
perience made her the firm friend of
the medicine that cured her.
Dr. Pierce's Pavorite Prescription
has no equal in Its cures of womanly
disease. It establishes regularity,
dries the drains that weaken women,
heals inflammation and ulceration
and cures female weakness,
"Fire year, ago when my life wa, hanr
lnf Jn the baUncv Dr I'lerce'a Pamlie
rmcrlptloa m brought to my home,
write Mr Caroline RniT Director of Ger
man Orphan' Horn;. teiiJInr t no Rowe.
na Alrecl. Detroit Mich "1 took It, and
It won me back, to health, Brer ,lnc- that
time, I liarc been II (inn friend. We fre
quently har mother come to our Home '
who are uSering with uterine trouble. In
flammation, tumor and ulceration. Our
Eat remedy for a female trouble It Dr
rce' Favorite l'rerrlpllon. ami we hare
nd nothing o f.r which wouM o quick
ly cure the tlUeaw, relieve Inflammation
anil top palm. It It a good friend to
Dr. licrce' Common Sense Med
ical Adviser, in paper covers, Is sent
ret on receipt of ai one-cent stamps
to pay expense of mailing only. Ad
dress Dr. It V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
22 miles to Salem and return, by rush
ing In ono day by boat It takes two
days. What makes Nowbcrg and Day
ton convenient places to got to?
Whoro docs tho convenience come In?
Wo bellove we know what wo aro say
Ing. In this matter, having had It In
mind for some time, and now atato
the situation as It Is today. If ono
doubta It let him tako a trip on tho
boat during low watciv or at tlmo bt
high water, when tho locks aro
An Improvement that wo havo heard
suggosted at different times, would re
lieve tho present state of affairs a
motor lino to Salem. This would glvo
direct and reliable, communication at
all seasons of tho year with Salem and
Intermediate mints. It would tap a
rich nnd prosperous section that
would afford a great amount ot farm
produCta that would bo shipped In
both directions over tho line. This Is
a matter that Is Important to this sec
tion, and especially to Nowbcrg. Day
ton and Salem, and even Dundee,
La Fnyotto. McMlnnvlllo and Wheat
land. Tho latter named towns of Yanv
hill county, nro now all connected by
rural telephone, why not bo still moro
up-to-dato, and get "out of tho wilder
ness," by building an olcctrlc lino to
connect all theso towns, and havo a
service of at least two trains each day
to and from Salem?
Oet It and Do It
Wo are awnro that It takes de
termined work and Coin to accomplish
any worthy obloct. but with united
effort nnd a determination to accom
pllsh, success Is goncraliy assured
notwithstanding remarks that may be
modo by the "wlso and knowing ones"
such aa "all foolishness," "too far
ahead of tho times," "can't bo did
etc. Wo call tho attention ot business
men and citizens of McMlnnvlllo, that
the editor of the Herald, at tho time
tho damn, damned (we do not uo this
In a nrofane way. but In Ita truo
meaning) Yamhill locks wero con
structcd, advocated tho construction
of an electric line from that city to
Dayton, and predicted that the losks
Vvould give no relief In traffic to tho
peoplo of McMlnnvllle. Which has
provod correct Not that the govern
ment engineers under whoso supervls.
Ion tho locks wero constructed did not
do good work; we heard thoso say,
who ought to know, that tho work was
Drat class. Now, gentlemen, while
you are waiting for that boat to run
up to your city, and the 8. P. Co. to
build that oxtensfon 'from LaFayetto
to our city, "got In' with your sleeves
rolled up. and assist In building an
electric lino from your city to hew.
berg, via JjiFayette and Dayton to
Salem. It will pay.
Salem Should Act.
The writer of this, who has lived In
the Willamette valley over 30 years.
and passed up and dow'n the? Wllam
otto river from and to Salero by boat,
and by land on each side of the river.
Innumerable times believes that he
has learned something of the situa
tion and by observation has gained a
slightly Intelligent knowledge of the
requirements of that portion of the
valley, which la tha garden spot of
The attention of tha greater Salem
Club Is called to this matter, aeveral
member of which the writer Is per
sonally acquainted with. If they take
the matter up for serious considera
tion, of which It I worthy and un
doubtedly would result In great bene
fit to that city, we are willing to give
or gain any ofortla that w can
U to the country,. " for theaa.
laserttil three tines tor aSc SecaWeek St.50
s month. All over five liaea sites mm. rite.
Wanted. A dining room girl. Inquire
at onw at tho Leonard, 302 Front
Wanted. Ono chamucnuotd and ono
wallrosS. Wlllamotto Hotol. 6-22-tf
Waited. A second-hand horso rake.
Apply to Thomas Holman, 37-t High
Lodge Organisers Wanted. For prin
cipal cltlos; $100 to $200 monthly.
Walter A. Wco. socroUry, C44 EM
C6tt Square. Uuffnlo, N. Y. 6-22-Ct
Wanted. Work by tho day, from 3 to
6,1.60. Address "M," caro Journal.
Wanted. Llvo. energetic agont In
xus cuy. uoott money. Appiy to
J, J. O'MaJley 5, Court street, after
0, p. m. C-20-St
Wanted. A girl for general house
work. Inquire of Mrs, T, C. Smith,
Jrr 220 Chomokcta street, ' bctwocn
11 and 2 o'clock. 0-10-St
Wahted. Two or threo hundred
cords of old fir or second-growth
flrj To bo dollvorod in threo months.
Apply at onco. Money advanced to
right partlos, Wlllamotto Hotol.
Wanted. A good dining room girl at
tho Cottago hotel. C-10-tt
Wood Wanted. 100 cords of big fir,
or largo second growth, also somo
heavy oak. Bend sealod proposals to
Hofor HroH., Journal offlca tf
Kentish Cherries For aalo at Scents
per pound, dollvored. In tots bf over
CO pounds. Address J.' ty. (lash,
routo 2, BUvorton, Oregon. 6-SS-tS
Fori Sale. A good aocpndjhand. &f,
also a good delivery wagon. Apply
at 6. Stato street. C-JJ-St
For". Bale. A good work horse, about
D-or.O year oluVwdtghtlS-O. Can
two blocks east and four blocks
north, of, ho North 8aoi, school. N.
O. 8hanU. ; . , ,0-23-tf
For Sals. A aecona-lmnd'hsy balr,
at a bargain. Call at Itclgolman's
llacksmth shop, -at 100 Ghomek-eta
for Sale A lot ot good -ralllnaj, cod
bo used In fitting up an office, porch,
balcony or stalrrall with balusters.
Journal oco, f-T5,M
For Salev&0;acro, farm la Marloa
county, U mllo of'8nltara river. In
good seitlemont VlYO-room houso.
barn and noceeaary Outbuildings,'
Well watoretl with spring water at
tho door. Ten acres of fruit) of all
kinds, principal wlntor apples. A
fine fruit and dairy farm, with lots'
of out-rnngo; within H mtlo ot
railroad, .school, church and bust
noss town, with largo monthly ty
roll. 'Th( Is" a beautiful fsrni' of
good, black, productlvo land, and If
ld at onco will tako I2Q00, with
halt down, and tho balanco from 3
to B years, at 0 por cent Interest
Iromedlato possession For furthor
Information address J. II Itay, Mill
City, Ore. C-S-3m'
For Sale Fall sot Detz Hot Air ap
paratus. Apply to W. O, Ilobblns,
W Court street C2tf
For Rent Desk room to right party,
after July 1st Apply to W. A. Lis
ton. McCorralck block. 0-22-3t
Rooms for Rent Upstairs, Cotlle
block, by day; week or mooth.
Also light housekeeping rooms.
Ktectrlc lights, open all hours, Mat-
tie Hutchinson, prop, 4-23-lyr.
Foundr-A pair of sllver-rlmmed spec
tacles, near tho stato house. Call
at this office, and pay charges,
Lost On Court street, a boys light
colored folt hat. Finder please
leave at this office. 6-23-St
lodging houso, now the Center Street
House. Bvorythlng up-to-dato and
terms reasonable. Near tho big
brdgoK-u" - -6-24-lwk,w
Screen Doors.New and Tondhand,
From 7Bc to 1.35. J. N. rchants'
soondbapd itore, 107 Court slro-jL
Balem. dreaon. 4-6-tf.
Flrst-CUas-Raiturao for taUloJtpplyj.
to Walter MQrley. W couji stwei.
Screed Doors VI.ll and upward. In
eluding Hardware, Hcroen winuows
Wire Cloth. Iwn and Field Fenc
ing and Shlngleaall at lowest,
prices. WALTER MORUJY.
CO Court St, Salem, Or
O. W. BEAN Physician and surgeon.
office over Fry drug store. Calls
answeder by day or night Phone,
offlca, 1941$ res., 1 Main. POZW
yM. ARMSTRONO has removed; one
block south, opposlto Ollllaa'a eta
blew, whew b will nifir th na
djnitadl Shoe Of im
paired,' Is cosnMtloa ylt J.
O'Donald, carpenter, saw filing and
general Jobbing. -''''' '6-,r?
Unique' Cleaning Rooms Shaw A
jonnsou, ina, oioanors, art now I
catod at 203 . Commercial street.
Thoy do a genoral pressing and re
pairing business. Specialties' Sklrta,
allk waists, kid gloros, gtrata' cloth
ing, etc. Photic- 2614. G-28-lyr.
Removal. The Salem Carrlago Fmc-j
tory, Wornor Fonnell proprietor,
has moved horn Commercial street
to . North- Liberty, at tho brtdge:
Call and soo tha now plaid, and In
spect tho work dono. Satisfaction ,
guaranteed. Werner FenneL J
Eggs for Setting. Pure bred White
riymouth'Rock and Dlack Minor
caa, tho best layer, known. T, Ifji
Branded, Mornlngstdo. Tolophona
No, WCO Red. 3-JO-tf
You villi always find tho choicest
L.M. .l a.u . .l- t
ucia nuu rucqnea at ma lowest,
prices at Edward's 4b Luscher'e, 464
and 410 Stato street 'Phono orders
given special atteatlon.
Central Lotfga No. 1S K. ef f. CaU j
lall In Holman Block, cornor ti
and Liberty streets. Tuesday of Me
woek. rt 7:30 p. - A. B. 8tnt
O. a, R. X Fleming K. of 'R. ana R 4
fbRMTEW OK AMIRWA Cwt
Bborwood Forcstrti No 19v Mtot
Friday night in Tumor b'lock,,f.
W, Mlnp'rn.O.n.; A,U.l6rpwn, aM).
Modem Woodmen of merles Oft-
gon Cedar Catnp No. B14J. Meetaj
"every Thnreday ovenlsg i 8 o'clock.
Holman jr,all Frattk A. Turner, V.j(
u,, a, u. orown vunrK
PfMll)T-N9. t J0JMT Or.,
dec United oriosrMa.ascsrr-afy
Su:rdT aVe-nlMt la U KatakM
Kail, centw o aHoti a4l tlleiri
sireHsl YJfHl briOtresi wtlc.isjf
J.vQ. praH M W-t Pt A-ftxwcjftj,
aWfc rH l fWW'WJa frtHIW w& PWkrf
WW tofilM-l Wl B-aVf Tfm wWWrlll
,Aericaa acpol, at pmW
prac. Aftrt MwiJH
IS ua I'M to 4iM e'clock. 94A
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D'Arcy b)k sHate s4m I-aM
W.v. Renins, sr. ef Os4tsthy, Km
' add4 to bis nWt ,-tw,,
superhoatod air, for the treatstmt
of acuto.and cbroalo dlMatj, 1T
Tt)rfOfVlAt. AHO AY
Ryan'a Shvlf fslert- IHts sjfw-
OtwM Pwrvvfv vwsywyvtsw v iHvv(
reeM I ety. Wa m
UtiMwar, 3. Ityaa, Pro.
Kvorw' Barker Snap Only MrwUliM
Sar, Me J
tf& XW aVfaKMM
n "MT "HskaaVssLJi KAkja
I havo just receiroq a rarload tf
these shingles. Orderj given prompt
attention at P. L. Lars' waMr
shop, or at residence, 373 Church
street 8. r. U'CKAQKHN. '
CX H. MAOK
Rucceasor to Dr. J. M. Kmm, hi
White Coraar, Salsa. Onotu TtM
Hlrtn superior opratlos at ssavl
rU fee ta ay braaca am 1 siis4a
Express ind TwMfcr
Hs4'ali iMrH Md p-r eWa
Smaga to all rts of tha
Prosi aarvtee. Tl4os No. ML
r HHCKMAN A HKDXIOC
SALEM WATEH CQMfkWf
n.tfli-a ..iW uaf I
rjnr aerfrcai MeMa
idlVf yabl swJetIf Ja -ff'
sfkj J4 coaaflJts at rt ,
Harpsr'f Wfilsksy la lha kMl
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Ous. Rchrslbar keep It
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