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DAH OApttAl. tbVbtiAU Uim. OfcSGON, TUESDAY, JUNE 0, 1006.
Tlio Kind You Havo Always Bought, nnd which lma been, iu ubo for over 30 years, lias borne- tlio ulfifnntnro of , rt and has becu mado under his pcr- SjP sjJtyj-', sonal supervision slnco Its Infancy. W&''&&tM Allow no ono to docclvo you In this. All Counterfeits, Imitations nnd" Just-as-good" nr hub Experiments that trlflo -with nnd endanger tho Ilea off Infinite nnd Children Exporlonco against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Caatorto i a harmless suhstltuto for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops ind Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. Ifc contains neither Opium, Morphine, nor other Nnrcotio substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worius nd allays Fovorlshncss. Ifc cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation sad Flatulency. ' It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, gh lug healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea-I'ho Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Boaro tlio Signature) of JOURNAL OPEN FORUM Correspondents noed not sign namos to communication In good faith, nnd uot porsonal, and of local lntorost. 2Lfm&u The KM You Have Always Bought fln Use For Over 30 Years. THeirrueoMPn. T muhhay tict. hcwyokkcttv. Enforcing Nowaboy Law. A squad of policemen hos boon detail cd iu Now York to onforco tho news boy law. Tlio principal provision of tho law Is that boys lew than ton jonrs old and Krla loss thnn slxtoon mny not noil pupors. U.')' less than fourteen years old mint vonr Individual badges furnished by tlo- board of cducallon, nnd must not sll nftor ton o'clock at night. A boy of nlno years nnd ono of seven woro arrested for selling papers nftcr hours In Oily Hall park last wook. A Toarful Fato. It Is a fearful fato to havo to en dure tho terrlblo torturo of Pllos. "I oan truthfully any," writos Harry Col aon, of Mosonvillo, In., "that fot Blind, Blooding, Itching and Protrud ing riles, Bucklon's Arnica Balvo, is tho beat euro mado." Also best for cuts, burns nnd injuries. 25c at J. 0. rorry'a Drug Btoro. Doflant Nowsdcalors. Tho salo of Sunday newspapers has been forbidden In Fairmont, W. Va., Iiy order of Mayor dco. W. Klnsoy, wlio aaj-s ho lias tlio Inw on his side Tho newsdealers defy his honor. Thoy say thoy will go on selling nowapapors, sub mlt to urrest, nnd carry tho light to tho highest courts in tho stnto, in ordor to tost tho constitutionality of tho law. o -a. js s? o an. x a. . fttt . llw Ktod Yoa Hs Alwajs BoneH HOLUSTCn'O Rocky Mountain Toa Nuggets A Boir MeJldne for Baiy People. BiIoji Oolilea Ileilth and Rmwed Vigor. A in"IHo for Constipation, Inillgeitloti, Mr ami Kiun.y Trouble, rlinples. Ecem, Impurs lltixxl. Iluil llronth, Klucslsli Ilowela, HrulAClic roil lluoUarlie. It's Hocky Mountain Tea la tub lt form. SW cents n lox. Ofnulun mado by Houjsthi Dnoa Coki-ant, MnUkon, Wis. jBHI ncN NiianP.TR FOR SALLOW PEOP Asfc Yot Goce Fo EPPLEY'S PERFECTION BAKING POWDER Accept No Substitute BOSTON B TJ ? BROWN B f BREAD 2r a 8 B B w FLOUR PAOKAQB FOB 7 LOAVES.... 20c 10-rOUND BACK 65o ABE YOUR OROOEB FOB XT, ALLEN'S B. B. B. TUOVTL CO. Paclflo Coast Factory, Baa Jose, 01 Stroot Faring. ' Editor Jeurnal: Tho clement; of economy enters Into street i"pnv lng. Tho cost of paving Is, ap proximately speaking, vory Jllttlo nioro thnn tho laying ojf cement trnlks, yet, tho non-progrcsslvo policy ' has novcr pavod a street nor'dono anything of a permanent nntnro for tho public streets of Salem. A roasonablo csti mnto places tho total oxpondlturo for street work on Commercial, State and Court stroota covering tho past 30 ycara-ot $150,000. Divide, this tlBO, 000 Into yearly expenditures, and It means about $5000 a year for 30 years on hor atrcots, nnd today tho steots aro not paved. Onco moro divide, this yoarly oxpondlturo of $5000 among tho property owncra and wo And that ovor sovonty-fivo prlnclpnl owners havo been paving about $05 a year 'each All owners nave ucch jkij'iiik ujhuu. matcly this assessment in tho wny of city taxes for ovory year tlioy iiavo owned proporty, dating ownership nnd possession any Unto bnck for 30 years. Tlio plonpor proporty owners havo boon paying many years this heavy oxponsc. Tho newcomers aro also paying it, nnd will bo compelled to pay It for years to come unless a progressive Bplrlt showers its infinite blessings ovor tho udmlnlstrativo powers of our fair city. If our street work of tho past had boon what it should havo boon, or, In othor words, of any nccount, tho expen diture should havo diminished every yoar. Tho portiona Improvod would not neod further improvement, nnd nf tcr n lapso of 30 ycora tho stroota of tho whole city could havo been properly pavod for tho same oxpcndlturo which hns left tho strcots in tholr present condition. All this is duo to tho policy of saving a present penny nnd paying out a futuro dollar. That streets trcatod to improvomont for 30 years should still rcqulro tho aamo nmount of exponso for yearly maintenance, shows without argument that soma poor judgment hns bccnoxorciscd nnd tho principle of truo economy burled by fnctors whoso oyeslght dimmed af ter reaching tlio end of their nose. if tho people of Salem today wcro asked to spend $150,000 for any kind of street improvement nnd for tho out lay got our present condition of stroots, tho howl would bo ns justlflablo as It would bo loud, and tho kick a right eous ono of indlgnatlpn. An amount llko $150,000 spont on any kind of legltimuto'pavomont would havo given us hotter streets than wo now havo. Where Is tho economy of going on, year after year, wasting our good monoy In so-culled improvement, which is no im provomont at all, nnd 30 yoars' oxpo rienco tells us sot Had tho improve ments boon truly economical, tho taxa tion for this department of our city government would havo gradually de creased overy year. Tho policy Is ex actly llko tho foolish man who con tracted to dig a ditch and as fast as ho throw out tho dirt, ho cmployod otbors to throw It In. So, for 30 years, wo hav6 hlrod mon to haul on gravel in tho summor and haul off mud in tho win tor. Tlicao vory strcola wo daily gazo on with tears in our eyes nro atreota which havo had $150,000 spent on thorn. "What do you think of thatt Wouldn't it ninko your hoart ncho to think of so much economical foolish ness t And, further, If you daro spring a movement to pavo, thon "llston to tho bnnd" who still wnnt tho old Btylo management of patch, repair, haul on and then haul off. Somo of tho anonymous comnuinl ennta to rftir pnpera have bcon pretty froo wifn their mud alinglng tho mud being easy to scoop up on our principal streets and frco after dark and some of thorn have boon taking snapshot judgment at tho city council and its commendable efforts to boncfit tho city In ovory way possible Without fear of contradiction it can be safely aald that with every raovo yot mado by tho proscnt administration towards publie work, there havo arisen these angels of splcon nnd venom to spit upon tho effort and cast slurs upon tho good intentions of our city council. Tho writer, for one, Is tired of tho pal pable and illy conccnled jealousy, or, if not that, the spirit of wanting to hin der everything tho council tried to do, through means and ways not altogether honorable. It might bo well for these disturbors to stop long enough to mako a comparison of policies. Let them in quire whether it Is really a better busi ness policy to haul on and off for 30 years more, or to permanently Improve a fow strcots nt a timo and get tho whole job Anally done. Do they still want the saino senseless, idiotle pol icy pursued when wo talk of bridges! Do they still want to patch away our money or get something for itt Ono human life constantly oxposed under Convulsion, FitS, then Epilepsy. Dr. Miles' Restorative Nerv ine has been so successful in curing these brain-wrecking diseases that there is every reason to believe that even the most hopeless case3 can be benefited, if not fully restored. ,We will be pleased to refer any one thus afflicted to many who now enjoy the blessing of health, after years of hjppeless suffering. "I hava a son that had brain fever whon two yoara old, followed by nts of the worst typo, and h was pronounced Incurable. I spent hundreds or dollars for him, without roller. After about llfteen yoara ha became so bad that wo eent him to LonBclIK hospital for tho Insane, at Loannsport, Ind. Ha was there nearly three yoars, but ha con tinued to grow worse, ao wo brought him home July 30, 1902, In on awful condition. He had loot hla mind almost entirely. Ho hardly knew ona of tho family; could not oven. find his bed; waa a total wreck. Ho had from 6 to 10 fit a day. Wo wore urged to try Dr. Miles' Nervlno, and beforo tho first bottle waa uaod, we could ace a change for tho better.. Wo have given It to him over alnce. and ho hoa had but two very light apella alnco loat August. 1903, and then he waa not well other ways. Wo pronounce him cured, aa ho can work and go anywhere. If any one wlahea to aak any questlona concerning tills, they nro at liberty to do ao." k If. 11UNNBLL, Lincoln. Ind. Dr. Mllet' Nervine la aold by your druoolat. who, will ouarantee that the flrstliottle will benefit. If It falls, he will refund your money. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind CLASSIFIED FOR SALE. Tor Solo, Soron-room rosldonoo, barn, largo half block, electric iigiup, umu, hot and cold elty wator. K. Hofor, Journal office. ror Salo. Two now four-spring hacks, homo made, nt I'ohlo 4 Bishop's. 0-3-3t For Salo, Small dry flr wood, at $3.20 nor cord. Phono iJlnck 2001. T. U. Davidson, Jr., Mornlngaido. 1-20-tf For Salo. Fivo or ton-ncro placo, first- class Improvements. Closo to school, shared, pilitoflho and railroad. Ad dress "X," care of Journal. For Sale. Two lota, with now house and bars, good improvements. At a bargain. Inqulro of Glover & Pat ton 'a blacksmith shop, 430 Court etroet. 6-22-tf nvolntr Anil rnnnl.t.. nontty done. Four suits pressed by the lllUllbll J.WV, fife niw UiltlM jlJ Htonm Dyolng and Cleaning Parlori. Miss TUQo M. Anderson, proprietor, Oporn House bloak. G 1-tf OAhh ON YOUR flTETMOTlirR AT the. Halom Dyo Works when you want your slothes eleanod, dyod, re paired er pressod. rellnod, velvet col lars on; also suit pressed by the month. You tan gat anything olesn. od, from a pair of gfovea to the moit elnbornto silk gowns. Mrs. 0. n. Walker, Prop., 1U5 Commerslal street. SASH AND DOOn FACTORIES. tho patchwork policy of building bridges is worth moro than nil tho bonda thn city of Snlom can Issuo for safo nnd durablo structures. Tho patchwork policy novor builds n town. It novor gtvoa us n now building until tho old ono falls down. Tho policy of pntch and ropalr is not for progrossivo people. It may fit somo who hnvo passed tho energetic ago, but it no lon ger imposes its fraudulent ehama of ocorfomy on thinking nnd wldenwako citizens. Tho patch-up policy novcr built our beautiful city hnll, whoso picturo wo aro so proud to soo In ad vertising matter. 'T. R. I). There is moro cntarrh in this seation of the country tlmn. all other dlsoasos put together, and until tho last few yenra was supposed to be incurable. Tor n great many years doctora pro nounced it a local diseaso and proscrib ed local remedies nnd by eonstnntly falling to cure with local treatmout, pronounced it incurable. Scionee bus proven catarrh to be a aonatitutional disease and therefore requires consti tutional treatment. Hall 'a Catarrh Cure, manufactured by P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the oaly eonstltn tlonal cur on the market. It is taken Internally in doses from 10 drops to a tcaapoonful. It acta direetly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the ays torn. Thoy offer one hundred dollara for any oaeo it fails to enre. Send for cireulara and testimonials. Address: P. J. OHBNDY b CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all druggists, 76a. Take Hall's Family Pills for consti pation, roll Thlrty-Flvo Feet. Jnmcs Kuhus, a brldgo carpenter in tho employ of tho Southern Pacific Company, at Independence, fell a dls tanco of about 35 feet from a trestlo, rocclving somo sovoro injurios on tho shoulder and head. Mr. Kuhus was on a handcar with othor workmen, and, whllo running at a good rato, reached ovor, it la supposed, for a plcco of iron, lost his balanco and fell from tho car. Ho was taken to the hotel, where he reccivad modical attention, but it is feared ho has concussion of tho brain. Ho remombers nothing prior to tho ac cident. Tho family lives nt Dllloy, 'Torture of a Preacher. The story of the torture of Rev, O. D. IX oore, pastor of the Baptist church, f Hurpersvllle, N. Y will interest you. He says: "I suffered agonlea, because of a persistont oough, resulting from grip. I had to sleep sitting up la bed, I tried many remodiee, without relief, until I took Dr. King'e New Dieaovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds, which entirely oured my cough, and sayed me from consumption." A grand cure for diseased conditions of Throat and Lungs. At J. C, Porry'a Drug Store. Price SOa andl.00, guar anteed. Trial bottlo free. For Salo or Kent. Ono good now five room bouio, with pantry nnd closets, one block from Dauo'a atore. Paul Marnock, at Eckcrlcn's placo, Salem. 0-0-3t For Salo or Rent Thrco now cottnges, corner of Mill nnd Winter streets; water, lights nnd nil modem Im provements; can bo occupied at once. Inqiiiro nt Journal ofilco or J. C. Ooodalo & Co., at lumber olllec. 0-5-Iwk FOR RENT. For Rent Unfurnished rooms for housekeeping, also a two-story barn. Inquire of tho owner, M. A. Dice, 510 Commercial street. 0-3-lwk WANTED MALE HELP. Roliablo Manager Wanted To look af ter our Salem ofilco and superintend salesmen, workmen nnd line construc tion. References and ensh deposit required. Yoarly contract with lib eral salary. Groat Western Tele phone Co., 1095 Market strcot, San Francisco, Cal. S-20-lm A. M. Iianoon Manufacturer of all kinds Bash, doara, mouldings, wood work, bouso finish nnd ofilco fixture., Kstlmntos furnished. Cor. Mill and Church street. Phono Rod 211. Frank M. Brown Manufacturer oi sash, doors, mouldings. All kinds of houao finish nnd hardwood worV. Front atroct botwocn Stnto and Court ARCHITECT. W. D. Pugh -Architect and superliv tondont, plana furnishod for all claw cs of building nnd structural wort Ofilco 110 Btato Btrcot, Tioga block, Salem, Oregon. DRAYMEN. Whito & Cummins, de a general dri; and tr&nofor business, moot all tralne. 'Phonos, down town, Milt 2181, residences, Illuo It, red 207(. Stand 218 Ootnmerstal stroot 8-lMo LODQE8. Salem Camp, No. 118, Woodmen of Ui World Moots in Holman nail er7 Friday at 7:30 p. m. L. R. Bllntoa, consul; P. L, Frasor, clerk. WANTED. Wanted. To buy a. good alx or aovon room eottago, not tar out. Apply at Ryan 'a barber ahop. 5-31-tf , Wanted. To ront n dairy farm at once. Addresa box 200, Salem, Ore gon. 0-1-lwk Forostors of America Court Bberwood Foresters No. 10. Moots Friday b Tumor block. Ira Jorgcnsen, 0. B.) A. L. Brown, Sec. Wanted. Lady or gentleman of fair education to travel for a firm of (250, 000 capital. Salary $1072 per year and expenses; paid wcokly. Address, with stamp, J. A. Aloxauder, Salem, . Oregon. 6-5-3t" Utah Senator In Search of an Organ. It la aald that Senator Reed Smoot, of Utah, yearns for a personal orgau, and has been negotiating -for the pur chase of uio Ogden Mormon Examiner, now ownod by William Glaearaan, who owns the Ogden Standard also. The story goes that if the deal goes through the Mormon church will fur nish money for running expenses. 0 Stars tie Slfuttwa of ,T!u m Km Hit Kotjj Baqf MISCELLANEOUS. do To J. N. Shnntt for your hop boa- kets. Get in your ordor boforo the rush. 6-2-lm Shirt Waists and Summer downs Made in tho beat atylo and workman ship. Terms reasonable. Address or call on Mrs. U. Milner, 20th and Center streets. 5-20-tf Strawberry Oratos Tia tepa and hair locks at lonest prices. Capital Com xaissian Ce. Pkoaa Main 2281, appo site Willamette Hetel, Salem, Oragou. Hotel Scott Nowly lumlshod, OTOry. thins dean and flrot olase. Rooms at roasecAbto prtooa. In Cottle Uocb, Balom. A. Boott. prop. T-6-tt Salem Iron Works Founders, machin ists aad blaekeiniths. Mamufacturara of all klnde f aawntlll machinery. Hop ana fralt drying atovea, ete. Maaafaeturere of ike O. K. Grubber, Bhand ft Mareas. 11-30-lm Davoy & Savage. Real Estate, Loans and Iasuronea, Conveyancing and Exainlng Titles. Notary work done Rring s list of your property for sals, 492 State street, near High. S8-U Say Have yoa tried H. II. Pauls for meatat He has tke beat sausage U tewa. Casta aad try it, and ba con vinced. 41t Saat Stats atret. Ws Axe Now paying le far eggs, Conmereial Cream Ce. S-ll-tf Theo, M. Barr Succeasor, to Darr & Petael, tianer and plumber. Hot air water and steam heating a specialty, Salem, Oregon. 8-2- BAKERIES. Capital Bakery Ullora & Rutherford, proprietors, 430 Court street. Fresh bread, pies And cakea daily. Macca roona, lady fingers, angel and devil's loou sane, eanaies, nuts, ete. Dolly rice made to any part of the elty. Phono White 321. 5-1-tf Contra! Lodgo No. 18, K. of P. Ctitli . Hnll in Holman block, corner Stat and Liberty streots. Tuesday of ei wook nt 7:30 p. m. T. J. Cronlie, C C; W. I. Staloy, 1C. of R. and a Modorn Woodmen of Aracr!ca.-0rr gon Cedar Camp, No. 6210. Vittt ovory Thuradny ovonlng at 8 o'cloci, Holman Hnll. K. E. Matten, V. C. A. L. Brown, Clerk. WATER COMPANY. SALEM WATER COMPANY OFFICE CITY HAH. For' wator servlco apply at offli Bills payable monthly In adruea Make all.complalnta at tho offles. e oo0 Just In J Our now lino of 1005 wall pa- ( 9 per has just arrlvod. All latest ( a Call and soo our stock and U ( m convinced that our paper as! I prices aro right. Roinomber tit I plaee. J F I I ommnn I! 299 Liberty St i m Dhnnn OA7IZ t i-n iiiiiiiiiii" ' LI 'v ;;a good meal I: Mnkea a nerson feel aatliW I : with themselves and tha wtoU ' world. Thoso nro tha kind of . meals we serve. Quick serru : j White House Restaurant '' aEOROE BROS. I - State Stroot Propri'l Ixiiikhihu CASTORIA For Infants and Children. fci Kind You HaY8 Always Bough! c&4 Ctccping Upward That's wkat w are doing srrt day. All admit that our me " even growing better, and the crow are growing larger dally. Bears the Signature of COFFEY'S RESTAURAN? 205 Commercial Street New Blacksmith SW Wo have purehaaed new b0 ' x west ef the Y.M. O. JTl nf nil UinUa none ptw-i." aud reasonable. rtVlA s011"". Formerly lecatea near Stare.