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THE. DAILY JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1903.
SEVEN 8MIHIMHH0IHIIIIIIIMIII A MOST MAGNIFICENT EX TENSION See Oar Entire Line r BBBBni.Miji..-rWSA5Sw prp s r mZm at Summer Time Prices. The House Furnishing Company. Salem. 269 Liberty Street. Albany DR. J. F. COOK Has como to the conclusion that all profession of the hoallng ait out sldo of tho vogetablo kingdom Is a failure. When your system Is run out without puro blood. Tou will only find vitality In tho vegetable kingdom. Poisonous drugs nor doctors' knives nor thunder nne" lightning wll not rcmovo tho cause, but lay tho foundation for al klndt of disease, Thoso poisons go into your bones, and kill tho life of them and croato all kinds of diseases, cancorous tumors, consumption, dropsy bono diseases, etc. You must bear In mind that bis medicine Is not poisonous tonic, nor ? stimulant, nor temporary relief which you get from poisonous drugs, whoro tho results aro suro death sooner or later. Doot blamo tho mcdlclno. when It takes an effect and stirs up tho poisons or dlseaso in tho system. You must not expect to bo cured in a few days, fot your slcknoss or dlscaso has been a long time coming on, and It will takt a long tlmo to get It out of your systom. It will take months or a year tc build a now body from tho bonos up. This is what tho poople do not un dorstand. Thoy aro used to being humbugged. His medlclnos aro com posed of Nature's Herbs what tho human system requires. When tho anl mals got sick thoy will holp themselves to thoso herbs, for thoy have the in stlnct, and tho pooplo hav.o not, so wo have to make a study of It It ha been a life study with Dr. Cook. Do not get weary; this llfo is too ehorf and too sweet to worry out of this world. Dr. Cook Cures All Kinds of Diseases 301 Liberty Street, Salem, Oregon. Choice and Cheap Meats I will soil tho best Moats that thoStato of Oregon can produce, as low as any of my competitors, and for theprosont, will quoto the following prices, aud at tho samo ttmo Invltoyou to call and Inspect our Moats and get our prices on meats In quantities: Until further notice tho following are my prices: Hound steak 10q Chuck steak ...' 7c Itoast beef ..'.. 6 to 10c Boiling, boot .y",.-; 6 to 7c Mutton, for qua'rtor Co Droast of Mutton .'. 4c Hind quartor of mutton 8c leg of mutton 10c fork loin 10a Pork shoulder 8c Veal, hind quarter 10c Veal, foro quarter 7c Twenty years, oxporlenco soiling meats. I will meet all cuts. E. C. CROSS, Phone BIG SHOE SALE NEXT SATURDAY AT Jcod Vogt, 265 Com'l St. Men's and ladles' rood flttlntr dress shoes at the lowest crlce. Also some broken slies. some were $350 now 2.50. 53.00 now 52.5U. etc. uo where you can get bargain. J. Brownstein & Son. 54 State street. Highest cash price paid for Hides. Pelts, Wool, Tallow and furs; als6 Ureteral dealer In old Iron, Rubberaad Metals. A CARD To all consumers of ice In Salem and vicinity. Having bought the Capital Ice Works e respectfully solicit a continuance Jf your patronage. We will endeavor w Improve the service and will keep 'iiue present excellent quality ortne troduct. Please address all orders to the 'aersigned or telephone no. 2131. Good Beer for Salem . As it will take some time to place Jar product In. the market from ih jaieo Brewery, -and as we wish to get rted In business and In touch with Uc trade la Salt and vicinity at an Unydate. we have aude arrange ments to handle the Olympla and Sell-' "than Bay trews, so well and favor ?' known by tbeKOPleef the Pa flc coast. Our price will fce-tke e as the local brewery baa char J and I th service we will render will H Bade satisfactory. Salem Brewery Ass'n CfM TABLE for iiniiniifiiiniiniifiiiniiniitiiYiiiiTit muwmmmmimz "of Dining Tables 7.50 a lS8CSS8SSSaSS O W JilJSX 291, Salem, Oregon A stove that Is always ready I A stove that makes no smoke, smell ot ashes I A safe stove! An economical stove t A clean stove I A stove that requires no skill to oper ate itl A stove whjch has revolutionized "cooking," and has transiormea the drudgery of the kitchen work Into a pleasant pastime. A "Quick Meal" Stove will do any and all work that can be done on a wdod or coal stove, only with the differ ence that the "Quick Meal" does It quicker, cheaper and In a more agree able and reliable way. R. M. Waile & Co. OUk.JsWOat.X.A.. BttntU Tta Kisd Yw Hw Atari tej Use Trlh tor Liquor habit SUNDAY SERVICES. . - ' "Christian 8elerice. " TftChurcUjof; ClirisL Scientist Lesson sermon and children's classes at 11 a 'm. Subject of lesson sermon, "Soul." 'Wednesday evening meeting nt 8 pm. Reading room operi dally except Sunday. Christian Sclenco Hall, corner of Court nnd Liberty streets. Second Church of Christ, Scientists, Chemoketn street, west of city hall. Services at 10:30 a. m. nnd 8 p. m Subject of lesson sermon, "Soul." Wednesday testimonial nnd expcrlcnco meeting at 8 o'clock. Rending room In church open each afternoon, except Sunday. All are invited to attend ser vices nnd to'mako use' of thoJ rending room- Leslie M. E., South Salem. W. S. Gordon, pastor. Theme Sun- day morning. "A OHmpso Doyond tho Veil; or, What Is Heaven?" In tho evening Rov. T. F. Royal will preach on "Pishing." Preaching, 10:30 nnd 8 o'clock. Sundny-school, 12. Epworth League, 7 o'clock. Subject. "Stir Up tho Gift Which Is In Theo." Junior Lcnguc, 3:30. Evangelical Lutheran. East State street; ninth Sunday aftor Holy Trinity, Rev. Ad. Eberle, pastor. Sunday-school, 9:45 a. in. nltnr service, 10:45 a. m.; sermon, 11:45 n. m. Strangers welcome Central Congregational. Nineteenth and Ferry streets. Sunday-school nnd Kiulcnvor meeting as usual. Sermon nt 11 a. in. and 8 p m. by I S. Knight. W. C. T. U. Rov. George Ritchie, pastor of tho Christian church, will speak nt the regular 4 o'clock meeting nt tho W. C T. U. hall, corner Commercial and Ferry streets. All welcome. First Congregational. Preaching nt 10:30 a. m. Rov. H. Edward Mills, pastor of tho Edge- water Congregational church, of Seat tle, will preach the sermon. Sunday School at 12 m. Y. P. S. O E. at 7 p. m. . No evening services. TWENTY YEARB TRIAL. Thero are lots of good things rhe doc tors know nothing about. Wo fre quently euro people of dlseaso after the doctors havo given thorn up. If the disease comes from over work, dissipation, of exposure causing weak and watery blood, and loss of flesh and strength, we havo tho ono Buro remo dv In Dr. Gunn's Blood and Norvo Tonic. Thoso tablets taken with meals turn tho food Into rich red blood, making strong steady nerves, and increasing tho strength, building up solid flesh at tho rnto of 1 to 3 lbs per weok. This means health. ,Foi norvous prostration, loss of memory, or a pale, callow complexion, a better rcmody was nover mado. Doctors know nothing about this remedy only tho fact that wo mako euros; as we have been doing this for twonty yean we know our method to bo the right one. Druggists sell Dr. Gunn's Blood and Norvo Tonlo for 76c per box, or 3 boxes for $2, o, sont by mall on re ceipt of price. Wrlto us for a ram. phlot telling all nbont this great med icine Address Dr. Dosanko Co., Phil adelphia, Pa. F.- salo at Dr. Stone's D-ug Stores. 1 o Excursion toYaquina $2.50 ROUNJ TRIP, Sunday, August ICth, wo shall run an excursion to Yaqulna Day and Now port on the following time schedule: Lcavo Sllverton 5:00 A.M. Mt. Angel 5:10 A'rlvo Wood hum K??K Leave Woodburn ,.5:30 " .Gervals 5:38 " Salem 6U2 A'rlvo Albany 6:58 Leave Eugene 5:20 A.M. " Junction City 5:50 Harriaburg 6:05 Halsey , 6:22 " Shedd 6:31 A'rlvo Albany 6:68 Train will run through to Yaqulna without chango, returning samo day. O i' A Minister Mistake. A city minister was recently banded & notice to be read from bis pulpit Accompanying it was a clipping from a newspaper bearing upon the matter The clergyman started to read the ex tract and found that it began: "Take Kemp's Balsam, the best Cough Cure." This was hardlywhat ho Had expected. and, alter a moment's hesitation, be turned it over and found on the other side the matter intended for readlng.3 o You may understand Latin, but you will never know what osteopathy is until you havo consulted a genuine osteopath and had It explained. Tho namo does not covor the sclenco; It Is even misleading to many who think they can translato It. Drs. Scboettle, Darr & Barr, Osteo paths, Grand Opera Houso, Salem, Or. SURE CURE FOR PILE8. Itching Piles produco moisture and cause ltchlug, this form, as well as Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles are cured by Dr. Bo-san-ko's Pile Rem edy, stops itching and blooding. Ab sorbs tumora 50c a jar at druggists, or sent by mall. Treatise Free Write me about your case. Dr. Bosanko, Philadelphia, Pa. For sale at Dr Stono's drug stores. o OJLMVOnXJL. SMHtb .-IHllMIHHMKlWflWQC HfsUm r VnillB We seldom fenr n danger that we cannot see. The danger of being run-down by a horse is a very real one to everybody, the danger of being mur dered by a microbe docs not trouble u. And yet the minute mi crobe It more dangerous than the wildest horse. The only people who can aflord not to fear the mi crobes of diwase are those who keep their blood pure aud rich. These are prac tically Immune from the attacks of most microbes. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov ery purifies and enriches the blood, and gives the body a yigorous vitality. It cures scrofula, eczema, bolls, pimples and other eruptive diseases which are caused by impure blood. "I liJt)n troubled for about (bur years with ecteint, or ultlu dlnrntc, which at timet was almott iinlx-nrntile n It woulil Itch no," write Mr John Lnriun of tlj Powhattaa SI.Dalln. Tcxat " l concluded to try Df. Pierce' Ooldn Medical Dlwoyery, and alter using drc b-ttle found tint I wa entirely cured. Pte accept man think." Accept uo substitute for "Golden Med ical Discovery" There is nothing "junt as good " for diseases of the blood. Dr Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure con stipation aud its consequences. . SPECIAL BILL AT SHIELD'S Bollis' By Request Will Sing Duet From II Trovatore Tonight Is tho farewell performance of tho current company now playing at Shields' Park, and thoso that havo not witnessed this week's bill should do so tonight As a social fcaturothls ovcnlng, the Bollis, tho superb opor atlc singers, will prosent by special roqucst, a dramatic scono and duct from "II Trovatoro." With such an announcement tho park should not bo largo enough to hold tho crowds. To morrow night an ontlro now company will appear, and a bill of raro novel ties In tho vaudovlllo realm will bo presented. Tho top-lluors aro' Morris & Walton, two comedians of note, who havo a bright, snappy sketch en titled "Tip at tho Races" Miss Mar jorlo Mandovlllo will do a contortion act that will please all, and many sup prises will bo In store for those who seo this turn. Simras of cartoon fame, will da Home drawing that will croato all kinds of laughter, Tho Thompson sisters, a pleasing team of dancers, do n neat specialty, and aro bound to mako an Impression on tho audlonco. Jos. Thompson will again appear in two now illustrated song's, and those who havo heard him tills weok know that ho is capablo of holding down his end ot tho program. Tho polyscopo, with another lot of intensely Interest ing sceneswill closo tho performance as usual. Tho evenings aro gettlnn much warmer, and tho peoplo aro get ting somow'lat used to outdoor entcr tnlnments, and fully apprcclato Shlolds. CAUTIONI This Is not a gentlo word--but when you think how llablo you aro not to purchaso tho only remedy unl vorsally known and a romedy that has tho largest salo of any mcdlclno In tho world slnco 1808 for the cure and treatment of Consumption and Throat and Lung troubles without losing Its great popularity all thoso years, you will bo thankful wo called your atten tion to Boscheo's Gorman Syrup. Thero aro so many ordinary cough remedies mado by druggists and oth ers that aro cheap and good for light colds porbaps, but for severe coughs, bronchitis, croup and especially for consumption wbero thero Is difficult expectoration and coughing durings the nights and mornings, thero is nothing like Gorman Syrup The 25 cont size has JuBt been Introduced this year Regular size 75 cents. Dr, Stones' Drug Storea. White. Tho modern innovation of whlto casket, wbito hearse and white horses no doubt has como to stay, especially In the case of tho obsequies of people below middle age. Enterprise, fore sight and business tact has brought our Capital City up to dato In tills ro- spoct Kind treatment and best ot services guaranteed. W- T. UIOPON, 7 24-lm 142 Court Street. o CHICHrftfM'S ENBLIBM -V . lrUUraJ Wmlr 32. I7K. ,. r.i- IUMUIPfUfl u HE ut uu MU3U km mM ttt Mm rtklM. Tk 4r. Mtu MWWI itafcrtUatlMM Ml 1 1 MbU. IB.uI..ili.lri HMtj tUtur. fcf nim It-fcUfcMMfCWHftMJStH HlM . . K s ViiIiiimm, CLASSIFIED ADS ATtrttoeiisii. ftre Hots or taw. Is this totem usntrtri WMsfer 3Sc SOe Wt ck $i.so a isMitu AH vovr five Htes at tbe wm rat. Wanted. A. small placo with pasture and grain land, or will tako a dairy ranch. Good references. Apply with particulars, to A- O. Wood worth, Routo 2, Salem, Oregon. 8-7-3t Wanted. 10 or 12 cordB of big, round oak wood. Address, stating quali ty and price, J. B. T. Tuthtll, 40C Cottage street 8-5-4 t Wanted. A girl to work In small fam lly. Inqulro ot Mrs. M. O. Cartor, 17th street, third houso north ot Asylum nvenuo store. 0-4-3tf LOST AND FOUND. Found. A brown leather pockotbooW, containing somb monoy. Owner can havo samo by calling at this of flco and paying charges. PERSONAL Ladles. Our barmloss roinedg ro- llovos without fall dolayed or sup pressed monstruation. For froo trial address Paris Chemical Co., Milwaukee, Wis. 6-12-6t-sat FOR SALE. For Sale or Trade. For small im proved placo near town, my houso on Winter Btrcot Centrally locatod. Will glvo or tako boot, if any. John Holm. 8-5-3d For Sale. Ono brood mnro and two Holmdol celts: ono bay maro. weight about 1200 pounds, good drlvor or work horso; 20 head of good milch cows and helfors; Bomo tools. J. A. Parvln, R. F. D. No. 4, Balom Oregon. 8-5-Ct" For 8ale. A horso, weight about 1050 good double, single or for saddlo, a good, gentlo arlvlng horso. J. M. Rumbaugh, 3H miles south of Sa lem. Or. 8-5-3t For 8ale. FIno driving horso, gentlo, slnglo or doublo; for lady. Inqulro of Mrs. F. B. Ferroll, 645 State stroot 8-3-lwk Body Fir and Ash. A limited supply for sale Goo. F. Rodgers, Court and Liberty stroo's. 7-2S-6t For Sale. A good second-hand wagon at 400 Capital strcot Call at prom ises and seo tho wagon. Charles O'Brien. 7-28-GtO For Sale. A steam onglno, about two horso power, in good condition. Call on 3. Ellis, at Flour do Lis confec tionery storo, Salem. 7-22-tf For Sale. A good work horse, about 0 or 10 yoars old, wolght 1250. Call two blocks cast and four blocks north ot tho North Salem school N. O. Sbantz. 6-23-tf For Sale 90-acro farm In Marlon county. V. mllo of Santiam rlvor, In good settlement Flvo-room houso, barn and necessary outbuildings, Woll watered with spring wator at tuo door. Ton acres of fruit of all kinds, principally wlutor applet!. A lino fruit and dairy farm, with lots of out-rango, within mllo of rail . road, school, church and business town, with largo monthly payroll. This Is a beautiful farm of good, black, productivo land, 'and if sold at onco will tako 12000, with half down, and tho balance from 3 to C years, at 0 per cont lnterost. Im modlato possession, For furthor Information address J, 1). Ray, Mill City. Ore. 6-3-3m FOR RENT. w Rooms for Rent Up stairs, Cottlo hloclo, by day, week, or mouth. Al so light housokoeplng roomB. Elec tric lights. Open all hours, Mattle Hutchinson, Prop. Commercial St, No, 333. Phone: 2965 Main. MISCELLANEOUS. The Proper Thlna Tho popular drink for family uso is O. 8. soda and carbonated bovoragos, 12vory body should keep those goods at tholr homos, Call up Gideon Stolz Co. 'phono 421. I Have Just Purchased Tho Miller stock ot now and second-hand goods at 210 Commercial street Will glvo you good treatment aud doslro your itatronago. Second hand goods bought and sold. Also a nice stock of now goods on hand. D. F. Jor man. 7-21-tf Screen Door New and second-hand. Frpm 76c to 1.35. J. N. Schauta' second-hand rtoro, 107 Court Streto, Salem. Oregoru 6-5-tf Screen Door f 1.15 and upward, In cluding hardware, screen windows, Wlro Cloth, Lawn and Field Fenc ing and Shingles ail at lowest prices. WALTER MORLBY, 60 Court St., Salem, Or. Unique Cleaning Rooms Shaw A Johnson, tho cleaners, are now lo cated at 209 Commercial street They do a goneral pressing and re pairing business. Specialties: Skirts, silk waists, kid gloves, gents' cloth ing. etc Phono 2614 6-28-lyr You will always find the choicest moats at tho lowost prlcos at Ed ward's & Luschor's, -(00 and 410 8tato strcot 'Phono orders glvon special attention. LODGES. Central Lodge No. 18, K, of P Castle Hall In Hplman block, corner Stato and Liberty Sts. Tuesday of each week at 7:30 p. m A. R. Strang C C, It J. Fleming K. of R. and B. Foresters of America Court 8hor wood Foresters No. Ifl. Meets Fri day night In Turner block. S. W Mlntura. C. R . A. L. Brown, Sec. Modern Woodmen of America Ore gon Cedar Camp No, 6216. Meets every Thursday evening at 8 o'ctock Holman Hail. Frank A. Turaer, V. C: A. I Brown, Clerk. Protection LodgeNo. 2, Anclont Or-der-Unltod-Workmonr moots- every Saturday ovonlng In tho Holman Hall, corner, Stato and Liberty streets. Visiting, brethren wolcome. J. G. tiroham, M. W.; j; A. Sellwood Recorder. ' V " BHYSICJArjS AND VpQEON81 Drs. Morse and Robertson. Rooms 1 to 6, Holman block. Telephona 1381. Dr. W. 8. Mott Will hereafter bo found In tho Brey block, 275 Com mercial street ovor Oregon Shoo Co. Ofllco tolophono, 2931; reel donco phono, 2751. Ofllco hours 0 to 12, nnd 2 to 5. .OSTEOPATHY. Drs. M. T. Schoettle, Frank J. Barr and Anna M, Barr. Graduates American School ot Ostoopatby, Klrksvlllo, Mo., successors to Dr, Grace Albright, Owe-- hours' d to 12 and 1:30 to 4:30 o'clock. Odd FoIIowb' Tomplo, Phono Main 2721; residence phono 2603 rod. Dr. H. H. Scovell, 8uggestlve Thftre- poutics and Ostcopatny. Nervous functional nnd mental diseases, neu ralgia, hcadachos, nordvous prostra tion, dyspepsia, constipation, diar rhoea, rhoumatlsm, asthma, otc. D'Arcy block, Stato stroot 'Phono Mnln 2855. TONSORIAL AND BATHS. Ryan'a Shaving Parlors Soven first- class harbors engaged. Finest bath rooms In city Wo uso antisoptla 8torlllzor. J. Ryan, Prop. Evan's Barber Shop Only first-class shop on stato stroot. Every tiling now and up-to-dato. Flnott porce lain baths, uuavo, 15c; hair-cut 25c baths, 26c. Two first-class boot blacks. O. W. Rvans, proprietor. FRUIT TRAYS, BOXES and CRATES all kinds and styles. First Class work and material, Prices reason able. Shop on Miller St., South Salem. Phone Red 2191. OEO. F. MASON. THE ELITE CAFE SOS Commercial Street Crawfish ) AH served in HotTamales the most ap Cold Lunches ) petizing style E ECKBRLBN, Proprielcr ' IT S.C. STONE; M.O. ....PROPRIETOR OP.... STONE'S DRUG STORES SALEM, ORE80N. Tho stores (two 'i,nuiibw) are lo catod at No. 235 M 297 Commercial street, nnd are well stocked wltfc a comploto lino of drugs and aedlclnes, toilot articlos, perfumery, brushe, etc. Has had some 26 years experience la tho practice ot medicine, and'ow makes no chargos foncoBiulUtloa ex amination or proscription. CAPITAL 04TY Express and Transfer Meets all mall and naasonnor trains Baggago to all partq ot tho city. Prompt service. Telophono No. 241. HECKMAN. HEDRICK MOMYER SALEM WATER COMPANY OFFICE CITY HALL. For wator sorvtco apply at ofllco. Bills payablo monthly in advauco, Mao all complaints at tho office. CAPITAL NATIONAL Bank of Salem. Tho only National ank In Marion County. Transacts a gonoral banking business. 8AVINQ8 DEPARTMENT. Pays interest on savings account. Harper's Whiskey u the bstt del some Into yeur vast Qua. Schrelber keeps It, And you know the rest FARMER'S HOME 163 State trt PILES BU"? BuppcwitorH i.... tt...i. ... .-. - " .: ."-'- StkMlt, (titw.m., x o Mui lmu; U I'm ilM Im tkm Dr. V !, ImI V.V. ,;IU, "TteMlttMlntMlfttlr X. llL Tfc.M.... aafrf. urMM .I.. IMMTIIM. H U Will.. " I m. M.J U 4lM.i v. v.rll WWI. Vf a V M.UM. Clufcibu.. T . vtlu.i - a m iruit.t i 11 ,,,. I kkt. imiaa m mui. i i im r, c ... ri- a ., -.n,-.. u,IITIH BUOr, UNCASTf R. f. SWIW-9HBJI Sold In Salem by 8. C. Stone. Call for Free Sample. 11UIE WING SANG CO. FANCY DRY GOODS Made up in new line of wrappers, al colors. White Underwear- All kinds of waists; f4ucysu winer reods, silks, raattltifs. Gents and ladles furnish Inx roods now for sale cheap. I0O Court St . Saltn, Or. Corner Alley. Hay Scales First-class bay scales' now in -operation at tho Electrlo Storo, on East Stato street. Always ready for busi ness. ' A. S, EPPLEY, Prop. 7-J8-U C H- MACK Successor to Dr J. M. Keone, In Whlto Corner, Salem, Oregon. Parties desiring superior pperatlons, vt o4 erat fe -la aay branch are Is aelal request, , -11 1 fi ti W IM