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THE DAILY JOURNAL. (SAtEM, OREGON, TUESDAY,.. NOVEMBER 10, 1903.
VIN -TTW C Tfffl LDffl COUNTY (Herald, Nov. 10th.) Accident to Mrs. Stewart. Mm. juiu oiewuri. suuureu h ncci - dent sunuay evening at tho homo of tier son, C. Hv Stowart, whero Bhe re sides. She started to go upstairs to hor room, and, was near the top of the stairs, when she Bllpped and fell down several steps. Ono rib was broken, and sho was severely bruised, but was not dangerously, Injured. Mrs. Stewart is almost 84 years old, and escaped from tho accident fortunately for a wo mna of that age. Want Library Tax. Tho Linn county teachers' Institute adopted tho follewing: Resolved, That wo, tho toachors of Linn county, In annual association as sembled, do respectfully petition tho honorable county court of Linn coun- ty to reconsider their action regarding the potltlon signed by about 3000 tax payers asking for a tax levy, as pro vided by law, for tho purpose of estab lishing libraries In our schools, and to hear and grant said potltlon and makd such lovy as provided by law, that libraries bo founded and llteraturo provided for supplementary work In oui schools, to tho end that the best literature provided for supplementary york In our schools, be placed before tho pupils in tholr carlv lives. Catholic Fair Closed. (Democrat, Nov. 9th.) Last Saturday evening with a packed house, and nfler a very successful se ries of open doors. During the even ing an Impromptu program was ren dered with Little Miss Delta lUckard, of Astoria, as tho star porformor. Sho Is a genius In recitation and Imperson ation. Prizes wero presented, Kaspar Kropp, Mrs. Frazlor, Mrs. W. B. Oil son, Mrs. McDonnoll. .Miss May Hunt, Mlrs Maggie Collins and Claud Vunk setting bofa pillows; M. Zahn a piece of Battenberg, Mrs. Skelley a point laco handkerchief; Mrs. Harkness a tea cloth; Mrs. O'Neill a lady's hat; Jas. Fltzpatrlck a slstor's Batcnbbrg center piece; Roy Wood a tray cloth; Potor Paulus llfo Leo; Maggie Shea "Fountain of Catholic Knowledge;" Mrs. Dorgan dresser cloth; Sam Dolan nnd Lester Custer cakes. Land Proofs Suspended. (Herald, Oct 10th.) During tho past summer somo 15 or 20 Albany peoplo located flno claims QW9bd0999M99WQ999m9WQC'WQ994 The House Furnishing Company. Salem. 269 Liberty Q9a9QtW&&699&9tWSi9999S&9MWtQ9MlrQSQ9MQ9 DR. T. F. COOK Has come to the conclusion that all profession of the healing art out oiae of the vegetable kingdom Is a failure. When your system Is run out without pure blood. You will only find vitality in tho vegetable kingdom. Poisonous drugs nor doctors' knives nor thunder and lightning wll not remove the cause, but lay the foundation for al kinds f H!ft. Those Dolsons a into your bones, and kill tho life of them and create all kinds of diseases, cancerous tumors, consumpUon, dropsy, bone diseases, etc You must bear in mind that bis medicine is not poisonous tonic, nor r stimulant, nor temporary relief which you get from poisonous drugs, where the results are sure death sooner or later. Do not blame tho medicine, when it takoa aa effect and sUrs up the poUons or disease in the system. You muJt not expot to bo cured i a few days, tot your Blckness or disease has been a long Umo coming on, and it will take a long time to get It out of your system. It will take months or a year to build a now body from the bones up. This is what the people do not un derstand. Thoy are used to being humbugged. His medicines axe com posed of Nature's Herbs what the human system requires. When the anl- mala get sick they will help themselves stinct, and the people have not, so we been a life study with Dr. Cook. Do not get weary; this and too sweet to worry out of this world. Dr. Cook Cures All Kinds of Diseases 301 Liberty Street, Saleni, Oregon. S under the Umber and stone act In the jLakovIew district. Among them are jiur. ana Mrs. i'. c. Anderson, Mra. M Scott and Messrs Brldgos, Lemkc, Ir yon, Dllyou, Kelfer and tho Schullz Brcs. Some of tho proofs have been submitted, and It Is learned today M.at suspension has occurred In most all those casos. Register Drattom makes the following explanatien: "It appears from an examination of tho proofs In these papors, that these parties camo from Albany, at dlftoront times, proved up from ono anothor. lo cated In tho vicinity of ono another, and aro going to sond their monoy from Albany with which to pay for their claims. 'Tho answers aro stereotyped In form, and show signs of having lieon railroaded through without great care, in one case thoro Is no answer at all to tho Question of name, ace end postoITlco address. "I therefore recommond that those proofs bo suspended, nnd tho papors transmitted to tho department for their consideration." All of the Albany peoplo Interested aro confident that theso suspensions are but tomporary. as they have abun dant evldcnco to establish their rood faith. Benton County Dwarf. (Herald, Nov. 10th.) Thirty-one years old, 32 Inchos high and weighing 38 pounds, Thomas Pulse, of near Philomath, was In Al bany yostorday. A man In ngo, but a little boy In size and actions, with head of ordinary size, but with body dwarfed, ho was an object of both cu riosity nnd pity to a largo numbei of peoplo, while at tho Southern Pacific depot yesterday aitornoon. F. W. Pirkor was taking him to the Salem hospital for'inodlcal treatment. Ho was born 31 yours ago near Philomath, whoro ho has lived over slnco. When four years old ho became seriously 111 with scarlet fevor and measles at tho sarao time. This sick ness mndo him a dwnrf for llfo. His body novor grow any largor after his sickness, except for about a year nnd a half front the Umo ho was eight years old, when It attained Its present size, but In Intellect ho Is also a child. Apparently ho understands and knows about as much as ho did boforo tho sickness which dwarfed his body and his life. He talks somo, rather Intel A now lot of correctly con structed. Buffets and Sideboards 1 for your inspoction. Thoy have all tho essentials for j for which you have boon 1 look inp, oven unto pricos. (Small Perpetual Profits) ! Street. Albany to those herbs, for they have the in have to make a atudy ot It It has life Is too short NEW Hglbly, however, and understands a good deal that ts said to him. Ho can uso his arms fairly well, but has llttlo use of his lower limbs. Ho can stand when leaning against something, but Is unable to walk, and yet can creep nbout like a very small child. Tho sight of a man 31 years old, about the slzo of a 5-year-old boy, dressed In baby clothos, and bolrig carried about llko a llttlo child, was both unusual and pitiable. Thirty Years of Severe Heart Trouble. Obtained No Relief Until! Tried Dr. Miles' Heart Cure It Cured Me. Since the idvent of Dr. Miles' Heart Cute the central public has learned to know that heart disease is curable. Fluttering, palpi tttlon, shortness of breath and heart pains rapidly disappear before its maple Influence. It is unequalled as a heart and blood tonic. "My case was one of lone standing. At early in life as my thirty-sixth year.br more particularly November, 1863, when returning home from a journey, I was taken with a se vere concestive chill, which caused my whole frame to shake, and which a noted physician E renounced a case of severe congestion of the eart From that time on for thirty yean I cradually became enfeebled In health, until 1892, my sufferings became intense from shortness of breath and palpitation of the heart. I could obtain no permanent relief, although I spent much money in procuring medical advice, until I took several bottles of Dr. Miles' New Cure for the Heart. 1 continued the remedy until my health was restored, and always keep a supply on hand for any emergency. I am now past 70 years of ice and weiL'ti 176 pounds. I have also useif Dr. Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills, Anil. Pain Tills aud Nerve Tlasters with good re. suits. The Anti I'aln I'lils proved most effective In a most painful attack ot neu ralgia, and also for sciatica. It is my exper ience that the remedies can be relied upon absolutely every time they are properly used." W. G. Dowers, Heaver City, Utah. All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr. Miles' Remedies, bend for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases. Address Dr. Miles Medical Co.. Elkhart, Ind. A-An XMarkct Quotations Todays Ti "Make Salem a Good Home Market" 7 V Poultry at Qtelner's Market. Chickens 8c. Eggs Por dozen, 30c. Ducks 10c. Hop Market. Hops 821c. Potatoes, Vegetable, Etc. Potatoes 30c. Now onlojs lc per pound. Dried Fruits. Peaches 10c. Apricots 10c Apples 10c. Potito prunes lc Italian prunes Be. Wood, fence Potts, Etc. Big Hr 14.00. Second-growth $3.60. Afh $3.00 to $3.76. Body oak $4.50. Polo oak J4.00. Codar Posts 10c. Hides, Pelts and Furs. Oreon Hides, No. 1 107c, Groin Hides, No. 1 ?6. Calf Skins 4 to Cc Sheep 76c. Goat Skint 25o to 31.08. drain and Flour, Wheat 70c. Oats 32c. Barley 118.50 per ton. Flour Wholesale, 33.70. Live 8tock Market Stcore 24c. Cows 2 He. Sheep $1.50. Drossed veal OWc. Hogs SKc. Mutton 2c por pound. Veal COCc Hay. Fed. Eta, Bale cheat $10$11. Baled clover $9.50$10. Bran 121.00. Shorts $22. Creamery and Dairy Produots. Good dairy butter 20022c. Creamery butter 30c. Croam separator skimmed, at Com, Creamory, 28c, net. Portland Market. Wheat Walla Walla, 75c Wheat Valley, 78e. Flour Portland, best grade, 19750 3.8C; graham, 13.3503.75. Oats Choice White, $1.07 Ma. Barley Peed, $10 per ton; rolled, $21- Mlllstuff Bran, $20. Hay Timothy. $16. Onions Yellow Danvers, 80c- J 1.00 Potatoes KHfCQo Kg Oregon ranoh, 30c Poultry Chlekens, mixed, lO&lOk&o per pound ; spring, 1111V4o; tup keys, 144$15& Mutton Gross, 4Je. Pork Dressed, 686Va& Beef Gross. C0C4. Veal 7 14 80. Hop 1903 crop, 12J2c Wool Valley, 17018c; Eastern Oregon, 1215o; Mohair, 3603714c Hides dry, 16 pounds am: upwards, 15 to 15Hc Butter Best dairy, 16020c; fancy oreamsry, rjv&owc; store, ice " y, IMU tot toan bsfl A 8ucker With Curiosity. Governor Chamberlain yestorday afternoon received' a letter from C. 8. Ncold, postmaster of Normal, McLean county, Illinois, asking as to Infor mation regarding A. M. Morgan, who claims to bo a resident of Marlon county, Oregon, nnd to hold a commis sion as a notary public here. Tho Im pression of tho notary's seal was at taohed to tho letter. A Bearch of tho records In tho govornor's office, as woll as In the state department, dlB closos tho fact that no man of that name has boon commissioned a notary public In Oregon In olght or nlno years, and, as a notary's commission expires In two years, it is safo to say that the fellow Is a fraud, If ho Is using his notarial seal In nny wny whatsoever. Kaiser Doing Well. Berlin, Nov. 10. This morning's bul letin on tho Knlsor's condition says tho inflammatory roactlon. which, at a matter of courso, sot In aftor the operation, ts already subsiding!. Nov ertheless tho healing of the small wound will probably tako olght days Tho emporor's condition Is good; tern pctnturc and pulso normal. ' Amts a, , lhe Kind Yoa Hm Alwtrt Bccgtt CLASSIFIED ADS Advetlbeaeeti. rtv IIrm or lea. Is this tetania raserted three tlaet for 2 Sc 3 Oee Week $1.50 month. All over five line at the same rate. WANTED. Wanted. Compotent girl for genornl housework In snmll family. Dr. F E. Smith, 290 High street. 114 3t Qlrl Wanted For gonernl housework In small family; will pay extra wngos to the right pnrty. 352 Chureli Btroot. 11-D-tf Manager Wanted. In this county and adjoining territory, to reprcsont and advortlso on 'old ostnbllshod busi ness hoiiBo of Rolld financial stand ing. 8alary $21 weekly, with $3 por day for oxponBcs, paid each Monday by chock dlroct from headquarters. ExponBoa advanced, and horso and buggy furnished when nccossary; position pormnnont. Address Pros Idont 40 Monon building, Chicago, 111. ll-7-4t Board, and Room Wanted In privato family, by man and wlfo, with no chlldrorf. Address "O," caro Wlll'o music store 11-r-tX Wanted. By branch olllco reprosont lug Portland house, Intolllgont, on ergotlc biiRlnoss woman. Good open ing to ' right party. Addross "O.," Journn). Jl-7-3t Wanted. Sotnewhoro In Marlon or Polk counties, a farm with or with out buildings. Must be cheap. Ad dross, with cash prlco, "O," caro of Journal. 10-31-tf Wanted. Small house and lot, within few blocks of public school, not to cost ovor $500 or $C00. Inquire at Journal office. 10-20-tf Wanted. A girl or woman to do uouso work In a small family; deslrabe place. For particulars apply at Journal office tf FOR 8ALE, For a Good Bargain In a hop yard, Call on Derby & Wilson. 11-9-U For Sale. Ono milk cow, 3 years old, two heifers; for sale at a bargain. Ilobort Sarago, near asylum. ll-7-0t Wood for Sale. 18 cords of big fir sscond'growth fir at $2.50 per cord. Salem Abstract A Land Co. Frank W. Waters, manager. ll-7-3t For Bale Or trade, a flno 10-acro chlokon or fruit ranch; flrst-olasa buildings and improvements; closo to school, poAtoflloo, storo and rail way station. Will trade for city or unimsrevod farm property. Address "W. J.," Caro Journal. 115- Good Timber, About three miles from Salem, In Polk county, from 1 to 80 aortas of second-growth fir and grub oak -timber for sale, by aoro or ttmipags, J. II. Putnam state li brary. ll-3'lwk For Sale. O. K. Grabbers. Best In Oregon; thro state premiums; one horse has the power of 90; can ttrub an aere a day. James Finney, Brooks, Or. 10-M-lin For 8a(e nighty acres ot land In Washington county, far $450. A bargain for somo ono wanting to make a home. Some Umber en the place; some cleared, lezn, Oregon. K. Hofer, 8a-10-6-tf For Sale. A good second-hand piano :n first'Okus condition, at a bargain. Address "J. B. O," care Journal. 11-C-tf Blooded Poultry. Pure Blank Minor ca and Whlto Plymouth Rooks, In pairs, trios or pons; obolse stock. V. H. BlundeU, Morningslde Phono No. 2666 Red. ll-6-2wk K i A 8njp Sl.vroom houeo and barn, in quirr at ISO State Btroot. Spraguo A: C ' ll-4.1wk For Sale. A gilt-edgo mortgage for $2000, long tlmo and good interest. It taken must bo disposed of within a week. Address "B," care of Jour nal. ll-2-3t 'I ; Home for 8alo. Ono full corner lot with flVo-room house, on North Lib erty sUwt, irt. good condition; plen ty oi friilt. Groat bargain for right party, Call at premises. Mrs. L. P. Adams,. , 10sl-3wk Willamette University Scholarship to lease for coming term. Addross P. O. box 263. 8-37-li For Sale Cheap. Toam ot younn mares, good harness, wagon and hack; plow, cultivator, now cook Btovo, household furniture, etc.; also two good young cows, 1 hotfor, 1 fat hog, chickens and Toulouso goose. Addross J. Murdoch, Routo 8, Salem, (near Clear tako school house.) ll-4-lwk For Sale. At n bargain, for a tow dnyo, a nlco 2-acro chicken ranch, fair houBs, barn, otc, with ptonty ot fruit, Prlco $C50. Soo Byan & Co., 123 Stato street. 10-26-tf For Sale Inmprovod and unlmprovod block proporty In South Salora. For Information Inquire ot 13. Hofor, Journal office. 10-9-tf For Sale. Uouso and lot, corner 12th and Loo streots, Salem, Good barn, city water and foncod. Apply on premlsos to 13. Hartloy. 10-0-tf FOR RENT. For Rent Threo complete furnished housekeeping rooms. Inquire at 45 South Commercial ulroot, ll-7-3t For Rent. Largo doublo atoro on Stato street, 60-foot front, 80 dosp Apply to M. Kllnger. 10-7-tf For Rent A good half-section farm. For particular!! nddross "J," caro Journal office 10-3-tf Rooms for Rant Up stairs, Cottle block by day, weok, or month. Al so light housekeeping rooms. ICloc trio llghta Open all hours. Commercial St, No. 333, Phone: 2065 Main. Mattto Hutchlns, Prop. MISCELLANEOUS. If you have property to sell Or rent, or wnnt to buy or sell, trade or ox chango for other property ot any kind, or If you want a loan or Insur ance seo It. R. Ryan & Co. 10-26-tf Balm of Figs Remedies. 382 Marlon stroct (from 2 p. nx. to 3 p. ru.) Bright lady assistant wanted. 10-27-lm Timber Claims. It you wnnt ft good timber claim, call at onco on Dorby & Wlllson. 10-17-tf HOW 18 THAT EUREKA FLOURT Kvorybody wants It Mado by John Spanoll ft Son Stayton, Orogon. Bost buckwheat flour In tho market Ask your grocor for it 10-15-tf The Proper Thing The popular drink far family uso Is G. S. soda and carbonatod bovoragOB. Kvory body should koop those goods at tholr homos. Call up Gideon Stolz Co. 'phono 421. . D. F, Jerman Doalor In now nnd boo-ond-hnnd houso furnishing goods. Grout bat'galiiR In stoves and now furniture Hlghost prices paid for second-hand nrtlolos. 210 Commer nlal street New 8wect Cider. Send youi ordor to tho nearest grooory, or oall up phono 431. Gideon Slots & Co. 0-10-tf Say Have you tried JMwnnle & Fish er'a for moats. Wo have tho beat nausago In town. Come nnd try It and bo eonvlnoed. 410 Bast Htats street Qalom Truck and Dray Co. Oldeot aud beet equipped company In 8a lom. Pinto and furnlturo moving a specialty Offlco 'phone. 861. W. W. Brown ft Son, proprietor. Office No. 60 State atroot 9-1-lm Dr. Z. M. Parvln At 297 Commercial stroet, upstairs. Singing school Rudlmontsl and sight reading class es. Begins Wednesday ovenlng, Oo toMr 14th. Class every Wednes day evening to May 1st, next. Tul tlon, $1.00. Notice Is hereby given to all male oltlzens of tho olty of Salem, Ore., between tho ages of 21 and 50 years, that tho- olty road poll tax of $3.00 for each Individual not legally exempt thorefr 4. for tho year 1903, is now due and payablo at the offlco of tho tinders gned. The la ment of Uils tax is a charter quail cation for voting within this olty. Pay up. OBO GRISWOLD, Stroot Commlsslouo" SM-tf Unique Cleaning Rooms Shaw A Johnson, tho cleaners, are now lo cated at 209 Commercial street They do a general pressing and re pairing business. Specialties: Skirts, silk waists, kid gloves, geutV cloth ing, etc Phons 2614. K-2Mirr PHYSICIAN AND .pO6.0: Or. W. S. Mott Will hereafter b found In the Brey block, 276 Com tneroisl street, over Oregon Sko Oo. Office telephone, 2911; ri dsoes psoas, 176L Office hours f to IS, and 3 to 6. FOR SALE? RESTAURANT.. & Ferguson's Restaurant 85 , Stato street Open day and night Oar 20c moala are bolter than any 25c houso 'In tho state Six 20c meals for $1.00; 21 20c meals for $3.00. LODQE8. Valley lodge No. 18, A. O. U. W. Moots In their hall In Holman block, cor ner Stnto and Liberty, every Mon day ovonlng. Visiting brethren wolsome. Roy Mclntlro, M. W. A. IS. Aufranco, Recorder. Central Lodge No. 18, K. of P. Castls Halt In Holman block, corner Stato nnd Liberty St a. Tnoeday of each weok at 7:30 p. m. A. EL Strang O. 0., R. J. Fleming IC of It and 8. Foresters of America Court Sher wood Foresters No. 19. Meets Frl day night in Turner block. 8. W. Mlnturn. O. R.; A. L. Brown, Bee Modern Woodman of America Ore gon Codar Camp No. 5246. Meets ovory Thursday ovenlng at 8 o'clock Holman Hall, Frank A. Turner, V. C: A. L. Brown, Clork. Protection Lodge No, 2, Ancient Or der Unltod Workmen, moots every Saturday ovonlng in tho Holman Hall, comer Stato and Liberty streots. Visiting brethren wolooms, J. a araham, M. W.; J. A. Sallwood Rocordor. MmMMNMnmrnnmni iiiihiii nil. IWHMNMM OSTEOPATHS. Drs. M. T. Sclioettle, Frank J. ,Brr and Anna M. Drr. Graduates American School ot Osteopathy, KlrXsvlllo, Mo., successors to Dr. Oraco Albright Ofac hours 0 to 12 and 1:30 to 4:30 o'clock. Odd Follows' Tomple, Phono Main 2721 rosldenco phono 2603 rod. pmi.iiwn.wiwm will mmm mmimmmmmem iwwwy TON80RIAL AND BATHS. Ryan'a Shaving Parlors Sovon first class barbora engaged. Finest bath rooms In city. Wo use antlsoptlo sterilizers. J. Ryan, Proprietor. Evan's Barber Shop Only flrst-clais shop on Stato street Kvory thins; now and un-to-oate Finest porce lain baths. Shave, 16o; haircut S5o baths, 26c, Two first-class boot blacks. C. W ICvana. proprietor. TwvJ4jOBUEjn8pU DENJAMIN SCHWARZ A 80NS. Hop merchants, 07 to 09 State Btroot, Salem, Oregon. Represented by Jos. Harris. WM. BROWN & CO Hops, Mohair, wool, hop growers' suppllos. No. 229 Commercial street, Salem, Ore gon. Phono 1301. SQUIRE FARRAR Hop morchant and purchasing tngonL No. 210ft Commercial street, upstairs, Balem, Orogon. Phone 1051. T. A. LIVE8LEY A CO-Doalors In hops and hop suppllos. Phono 1211, ofllco room 18 Oborbolm bide, Sa eom. Orogon. J. CARMICHAEL Hop buyor. Offlco In Bush-Broyman building, Salem, Orogon. Snmplos of choice hops so licited from all growers. CATLIN A LINN Hop buyora, Room 8. Bush-Broyman block, Salem, Oro gon. Phono 1431. HUODARD A CROS8AN Hop buy ers. Room 2, Murphy block, Salem, Ororon. Tolophono No. 371. WATER COMPANY. SALEM WATER COMPANY OFFICE CITY HAUL, For water sorvlco apply at office1. Bills payablo monthly In advance Mae all complaints at tho office WIRE FENCINO. Hop Wire Woven Wlro Fencing. Place your ordoro now and get re duced pricos. Car of fonclng to nrrlro Ootobor 26th; oar of fencing in No vember. Wrlto and get prices. WALTER MORLEY1, 60 Court St, Salem. Or. DENTI8T8. O. H. MACK JL303Xr3D 3CsS"a? Successor to Dr. J. M. Keona, In White Cornor, Salem, Oregon. Parties desiring superior operations at mod orat too n any branch aro In especlsu request CAPITAL CITY Express and Transfer Moots all mall and pasaonger trains Baggage to all partf of tho city, Prompt service. Telephone No, 241. UECKMArMIEDMCK & HOMYER VARI ETY STOR E. To make loom for our holiday stook wo want to call your nttenttau to our enameled nnd granite ware We have tour kinds and ask you to get our prises before buying. Wo also have a large line ot tinware. The Vatlcty Stoe 94 Court St- Annora M. Welch, Prop THE ELITE CAFE 208 Commercial Street Regular Dinner at Noon 25c Meals at all hours Service a la Carte E ECKBRLBN. Propriete