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rtf IV i I l?.i infl FA " fk Mmw'O m sm MMI'MtjB- w s wSSmmmtmmkmmammtmafmmmmmmttmamtmmm0mmlm aHH-I-M II I IIHIHIIIIIII STATE SOCIAL NEWS Woodburn, Mm. Kato Murray, af Portland, Is tliltlng hor sister, Mrs. W. L. Toozo, or a short timo. Broylcs & Wilson aro going to build i meat market on Front stroot, noxt to Cook's now brick. Mr. David Kolloy, of Woyorhausor, Wis., was tho guost of Mr. nnd Mrs. Boy Kolsoy over Tuesday. JIIss Ada Kolsey, of Portland, camo lomo Tuesday to nttond tho wadding ( her friend, Miss Edith Maffett. Suitable badgos havo boon proparod u a distinguishing fcaturo for thjo Woodburnitos who nttond tho fair on the 10th. Miss Edith, tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Mnffott, of Woyorhausor, Wis., was united In marrlago to Mr. Ilirtioy Uonnqy, at tho homo of tho hi Jo's sister, Mrs. Hoy Kelsoy, In this elty, Wednesday, at 4 p. m., Rev. D. II. Leech, officiating. It was n qulot borne wedding, only a fow relatives isd friends boing presont. Tho houso wjj prettily decorated in ovcrgreons iml roses. Tnoy iiopnrtou on tho south bound train In the ovening for a short sbsenco, after which they will make their homo in this city. Tho Standard Benrors' Socloty, of tho M. E. church, which wan organized in Woodburn for helping to support a missionary from Oregon to a foreign field has 135 membors, through tho dll Igent efforts of two enorgotio young ladies of this town. It requires 1000 members, nt C cents a months dues, to support ono foreign missionary, and Woodburn has over 13 per cont of tho I required number. At the first mooting of tho society It was docldod that they i havo a membership contest, appointing captains nnd dividing , equally tho number of members at that tlmo civ rolled. Miss Edith Lnndon and MIbs Mabel Qoulot wore appointed as lead ers of tho two sides, nnd tho contest lasted two months. Miss Landon got ting tho largest number of members won, nnd Miss Ooulot having lost in the contest, ns a penalty, bad to enter, tain the socloty, which, with her holp ers, sho nrranged to take placo for Wednesday cvoning. On account of sickness Miss Ooulot was not ablo to be present but hor assistants carried out tho plans and did all in their pow er to mako tho ovening n ploasant ono. Dr. W. A. Leonard's lawn was used for the occasion of tho soda, and was very prettily, lighted with Jnpanoso lanterns, aided by tho warmth and glow of a big bonfire. A largo number wore present, and all enjoyed tho ovonlng immonsoly. Miss Laura Austin, whoso some is in this city, is tho ono who will t sent from the Oregon conforenco as foreign missionary to India. Sho hns ln preparing for this field of work or the past two years at Folt's Mis Ion Institute, Iferklmcr, N. Y., from which sho graduated Juno 0, 1005. She 11 bo at her homo for a short timo this summer beforo leaving for India hi September. FruiUand. Mis. Italston returned to hor homo in Brownsville Saturday. Mrs. Myers and little daughter, of Marlon, is yialtlng Mr Rutherford. ! Mr, Brokaw has finished putting up I a fine wlro fence in front of his ,resl I dence. A. nlexinnf nrnrUn rrnrtv was held jt the residence of Mr. Walton Friday EtYestnn Mi&t V1..A TtraltA. tntArifla-atflvttnlv ThwfcUy to attend the Adventlst . CUnn miwtlnx of Tntlnn.1 ne ztn miniator, Mr. Plummor, Preached at 3 o'clock Sunday. There iU be tervli.An nnrt RiimlnV at the mm hour, conducted by Rev. Culver. ' Thft V T A 1.-1.1 1....I..A m..(tnn 1 Monday evening. Tim following offi- ce'S wr aW.1 tnr thn naxt six taenths: Prosldent, Fred Brokawj MlSS Lois. f!rilv rniTOHnnmllnir geC- retsrv ri.. n l-i. iir.l. ..,. Miss Jennie Burt; missionary, Mrs. nauon librarian, Miss Edith Brokawj organist, Mia Burt assistant organ 1st, Miss Naomi Runner; chorister, Mrs. luuton. In Mad .Casse, Millions rush In mad chase after health, from one extreme of faddlsm to another, when, If they would only eat good food, and keep .their bowels regu k with Dr. KIng'o New Llfo Pills, their troubled nmnid all n&M awav. ompt rellof nd quick core for Hver " swmaeh trouble. 25c at J. C. Perry's Drug Store. -" I SI II I I III! I ! in. Il&erry llccioral.' DocJ jors have prescribed this mcdU cine for over slxtv vcars. Thev .heartily endorse It for all diseases! or the throat and lungs, coughs,, colds, bronchitis. feSAregfr, BOARD IS APPOINTED Tax Commission Board Ap pointed Yesterday-Race for Secretary Tho board of tax commissioners, which was to havo been appointed Tuesday, was nnmod lato yestorday nf tcrnoon. Tho commission is formed under a law passed by tho last legisla ture, nnd is appointed by tho govornor, socrotary of stnto nnd stato treasurer. Tho board was appointed ns follews: B. B, Bcabrook (Dem.), of Marsh flold, by Governor Chamberlain; Fred W. Mulkoy (Rep.), of Portland, by Stato Trcnsuror Mooro, and W. J. Lack ner (Rep.), of Baker City, by Secretary of Stnto Dunbar. Tho commission will moot in tho of flco of -socrotary of stato at 10 o'clock on next Monday morning to organtro by tho eloctlon of a president, nnd the first Importnnt duty which they will bo to oloct a socrotary. Thoro aro many candidates for the Bocrotaryship of this commission, for, whlio thoro U going to bo plenty of work In connection with tho job, there is a salvo for tho labor in tho shapo of about $200 a month salary. Among thoso aspiring for tho placo Is our fel low townsman, Trank Dnvoy, who scorns to havo tho best chanco of so curing tho placo. Tho board is com pollpd, by law, to mcot on tho second Monday in Juno, at noon, elect a Chair man nnd tako tho oath of office. It will elect a socrotary nnd begin its la bors. Tho act provides that tho commission shall consist of throo members, to bo selected from dllToront parts of tho stato, and not moro than two of whom shall bo of tho same political party, to constitute a board of commissioners for tho purpose of examining nnd re porting upon tho matters of assess ment nnd taxation of property in tho stato, tho collection of rovonuos in taxos, ami tho framing of laws upon that subject, to bo submitted, to tho legislative assembly at its noxt regular session, and an appropriation of $7000 waa made to cover tho oxponso. In conducting tho investigation tlip board has tho powor to rcquiro all offi cers whoso duties portaln to tho assess ment and collection of taxes, as well us to call upon individuals, partnerships, corporations, their ofllcors, managers, agonts, attorneys Jn fact, for tho pur poso of socurlng all Information possi ble upon tho subject, and tho falluro of any one to so appear when called upon or to nnswer nil questions promptly nnd truthfully Is subject to punishment under tho laws already provided for; such offenses. It Is loft to tho dlscro tion of tho board as to whether wit- Notice) to Contractors. Notleo is hereby given that sealed bids will bo received by tho City of Salem, at the office of the undersigned? nt the City tlall, In Salem, Oregon, up to 10:00 o'clock a. m., Juno 30, 1005, for the improvement of tho following doaerlbed part of Commercial .street, In said elty, by grading with proper crown and gutters and macadamising in accordance with tho plana and specif flcations now on file In the ofllco of the' City Recorder, to-wit: Commencing at a point in said streot of the City of Salem, where south line of tho D. l O. of W. H, "Wilson and Chloo A. WU son, his wife, intorsects said Commcr clal street; thonco along said street to tho south boundary line of said city,' oxceptlng therefrom eight feet wide along tho center thereof, Each bid must bo accompanied by a certified cheek to tho value of 10 per cent of tho amount of the bid submit ted, as a guarantee that the blddor wlU qualify by giving a good and accept' pble surety bond in accordance with tho form annexed (o said specification to be approved by the Mayor, and en ter Into tho eontract therein prescribe within sir days after having received notice of tho acceptance of his bid, said certified check to be forfeited to the City of Salem, in caso the bidder fails to qualify and execute said on tract as above. Tho City of Salem reserves the right to reject any or all bids, and the bid of any person who has bid before or contracted for such work, and been de linquent therein, will ,not be roceived. Plans and specifications and the. form of the contract and bond can bo seen at the office of the undersignod at tho City HalL By order of the Common Council, W. AMOOBES, 0 8-10t City Recorder. DAint oajttal JOT-jiAJumofcaagw,' wixmaDAY,; Jtmri V 1005M ncsscs calod beforo It bo allowed com pensatlpn.for attendance or traveling. When Its' labors nr6 completed and the report mado;,C000 copies of them nro requirod to bo printed fo distribution, ono Copy of which must bo given to cadi member of tho present legislature, ono copy to oach nowspapor In tho Btnto, Bovcral copies sonti out to oach county for gonoral distribution, nnd a sufllclont number rotalnod to supply tho rfoodfl of tho noxt legislature In addi tion, to this, tho govornor 19 required to cnuso to bo printed a copy of tho roport of tho board, to bo submitted to the next session of tho legislature ' i Torturo of a Preachor. The story of tho torture of Rev. O. D, Mooro, paBtor of tho Baptist churcty of Harpemillo, N. Y., will Intorcst Jrou. He says: "I suffered agonies, because of a persistent cough, resulting from grip, I had to sleep sitting up in bed. I tried many remedies, without relief, until I took Dr. King's Now Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds, which entirely cured my cough, and saved mo from consumption." A grand euro for diseased conditions of Throat and Lungs. At J, C. Perry's Drug S. tore. Price COo and $1.00, guar anteed. Trial bottle free. Mr. Patrick's Leg Broken. Albert M. Patrick, proprietor of tho Yow Park grocery store, on Twelfth street, Is laid up with a broken leg, causod by a kick from a horse ho wnB driving. Uo was dcllverlpg grocorlcs yestcrdny afternoon, and, ns ho was climbing Into tho wagon, tho . horso kicked him, fracturing tho right leg below tho kneo. Bo was at onco taken to his home, whero tho fracturo was reduced. Ho will bo laid up for a month. His Bon, Phil, had accepted a position in a wholcsalo houso in Port land, but will remain hero for a whllo now. SJSB CMICMESTKR'BJ CNQUBH Pennyroyal, pills --CTi riilMl 3 o.Ir ilium AiftiRfesk fc oiiiuiihNTKjtii jLvauHii iyln ! Mm ritta. Tk kr. lUffeM iM r Particular. TmUmmU u4 -Kllr A.r L4U to brnr, , r 1) .,!. Hill MMI l,BgTMltMI I4, 1'U.kuUl ClkAlaI U. IMBUm 1U f ipW Millm w. I'ptLL. I-jC HOLUSTtrVS Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets, A Bnir MeJlolno for Buy Fooplt. Brings OoUia Htslth sad Btnovsd Vigor. J, tfelOa for Constipation, ImtlgMtJon, Lira and KlUney Trouble, l'linples, Kcicmn, Impuii Ulool. Had Ilmath, h1ukbI!i Jlotil, UraJachl and Ilackacbe. It's Rncky Mountain Tea In tab Ift form, M eint a box, Ornulno made b (loLUiTcn Dana Compaky, Jlndlioii, Wis, GOLDEN NUQQET8 FOR SALLOW PE0P Tte Club Stables First'Clnss Livery and Cab Lino. Puaeral turnouts a speeloltv. Tally-ho for plonlcs and excursion parties, Phone Main 241. Cornor Liberty and Ferry Cfcs. W. Yannfce Prop. ; , coptBiqiT , THB ARRIVAIi OF flPEINQ. primitive method in the use of in primattve methods In the use of in ferior flour. Tho Salem mills floor is the best now made, and better than any that ever was rntula. It contains U the nutritious qualities that ean be got out of the vory best wheat, and Is sweetest and best flavored of oil feroal food products, BALBM FXOtmiNO MTXL8. He Two attractive foaturcs of our busl nese are: First, tho excoUent quality of tho groceries wo sell. Second, the surprisingly low prices wo oak. Wo are confident you will be more than pleased. Baktylawrece & Baker ! Successors to Harrltt Ji Lawrence. ""8&V &tW$& 3oW s m&iXzL&Sm EXCURSION RATES During tho Lewis and Clark oxposltion tho O. C. T. Co. will mako tho following rate: Salem to Portland, ono way, 7C cents; round trip, $1.00. Tlckots good for ten days, Boats leaving dally, M. P. BALDWIN, Agt. Dock Foot of Trado Stroet, YOUR Stationery AN INDEX TO YOUR BUS I N E S S- Wo print tho kind of Stationery that will glvo Your Business a good standing. Let us flguro with you ELLIOTT Phono 2053 U. J. LEHMAN Sash and doors. All kinds of house finishing. 'Phono 131 black. Also two floors of warchouso for i.tmt; elevator and twitching facilities. Htiie Wing Sang Co China and Japanese Fancy Goods, Mat tings and Dry Goods, Silks, Em broldory Laces. Mako op now line Qenta' and Ladios' Famishing Qoods, Suits, Wrappors, Skirts, Whlto Under, wear. Salo cheap. Court street, Salem, Oregon. 'Phone Black 21G5, sjf MHHajUI. H4 S When von want non Bnskots. 1 Fruit Boxes, Trays for fruit 1 Dryors, call on G. F Mason i f MUlor Stroet, South Salem, Phone 2101 Red. J ! ts 'tvvzC- Edison Phonograph, Agency. Qasolino Lamps, Mantols, Gasoline. Typewriters, Now, Second-Hand. Rent, 214 Com'l St. Phone Main 401. Pfejir BkcksroJ&jSfjop Wkhave purchased, n new shop, Just west oftfho X V,' Q, .AoMldlng Work of alklnds done, promptly, flrjt-clasa, and reasonable. SCHVLTZ Jt .UAYRB, Formerly located near Barnes1 Cash Storo. FRESR TnZNGS, From our Jaundry in linen, perealoe or Madras shirt, whlto linen collars and cuffs, fancy vests, duck or crash suits or trousers, ellk or wool look as well as when you first buy them, In col- i or or finish. Wo do not t ado tho doll- efttO colors of your negllgeo shirts or waists, and your cuffs and collars will keep frosh longer from, our perfect methods than by any other in Oregon. Special rafea on family wprk. SilmSteiitundry CQLQNEL J. OLMSTED, Prop. DOBOqB p, QL1ISTED, Manager 250 Liberty EKroet. Phone 411, m To V pptatry Pi4( Whest.in. owH.tgko you meals at the Btar-Retaujaat,..WJr Cowt Street, ad joining Wade's hardware; store. Meals at all hours, 15 cents. Phone 801 Sod. -trrm vT'jSyBi Si CAkfiiVh CORDS AND CORDS ft Of Wood Brought in for Eloctrlc Light - nnd Water Plants. "Tho amount of cord wood being brought Into tho city just now Is as tonishing. It loqks ns though nil tho farmers hnd suddenly gono into tho wood business, and each was trying to win tho medal for tho greatest quanti ty. At first one can but wonder where it all goes to, nnd to satisfy an Idlo curiosity and also to chase the oluslvo Item, Tho Journnl man investigated. Whilo thoro seems to bo a general lay ing In of wood for noxt winter, evon nt this early senson, which accounts for somo of tho activity, thero Is n regular procession of teams with two objcctlvo points, tho electric plant and tho water plant. Thoro nro acres of it at each placo wood of nil kinds and degrees, slab wood, edgings, fir anything that will burn, and besides this tho saw dust irom tho mill. It looks now ns though tboro was wood on hnnd enqugh to last Indefinitely, but tho stoady drain oats up big ricks nt a surprising rate. Bids for Wood. Bids will bo received up to 5 o'clock g. m., on Tuesday, Juno 20th, for ono hundrod nnd twenty (120) cords of body flr wood, cut from llvo timber, to be dollverod at tho city hall, in Salem, Orogon. Tho right to rojoct any and all bids is reserccdi W. A. MOORES, City Recorder. v flSBsl Pays You (00 per Annum The Block Light uses a large mantle and' consumes eight parts of air to one part Gas. The result is an illum ination equal to four of the next best burners and a tremendous saving of gas. It Is Free to You for 6 Days Trial All Genuine Block Light a havo the words BLOCK LldHT stamped on burner as well as mantle. Distributed by YOKOHAMA TEA STORE Salem Agents r'.vvm - A. L FRA S E R Successors to Burroughs & Prases. Piumfomgy Tinning and Rooiing; Cornleo Work, Hoatlng and Building Work of all kinds; estimates made and work guaranteed. 307 Statb Street, Baleen. Phone 1611. tt-ltsiIOiiSilsjsiltllttlMtjislHlisitts t7rffisl7VLHBSBSJr7 tr ir rsssssF ymn H sjianiBisjumtisiiiiniieiiiisinitm!'"'''"""'" tf jfc il ll l in l mmmm A snanshot of Qenornl Drairoralroff. taken on tho occasion of a visit to tho Czar to insist on tho wnr being pro longed. Pays you 3 per annum BLOCK LIGHT THERE'S NO POOL LIKE AN OLD FOOL Hut tho young ono that pays out his good monoy for dry, tough nnd inferior meats when he ean get prime, juicy nnd tendor steaks, chops and filets for the samo prico right bore at all times, Our moats are cut from the best fed aud fattest cattle, and is nlways satisfactory E. G. CROSS Stato Street Market. I'bone 21)1. syKWJUUMBWU.ZH VI TssT XHB PICK OF THE'FOREsVT Has been taken to supply the stock of lumber In onr yards, oar uck t complete with all kinds of lumber lout Mcaived a car load of No, 1 sMnelos, also j car of Moo shakes. We are bls to VI UT sna au suae of bills. Come and lt M slsow yn ew stock. Yard and ocs 3r P. lMrr TkoM Mais L S4?At-K LUM; G feWiVlltlMitilJIIl M