Newspaper Page Text
BAfatf jaHxAL. flduaKAI flALfitt, oHWon, FftttAV, -WHS 16, 166o.
ja "--" T " jltfcMMIMUfiM1--IMr'tiTT1fTtflllllWIIIMmf ! , ,v Afcffclablc Prcrmrfliionibr As similating iteFoodandRcguIa Ung tUeStomacte andBowcla of PrqmotcsDigccUonJChcci ful nc3sandItist.ConU1lns ncilhcr Opium.Morplitac norIiiicral. Wot 'Narcotic. flttyttforsjirSAKUiimcncfi JVa.t Set- Mx-Smnit ctmfuJ&ifif Apcrfccl Hcmctly forConsllpn Tloni Sour Slomach.Diarrliocn nndLoas or Sleep. FacSiirato Signature or NEW YORK. EXACT COPV OF WRAPPER. BW8Wgg3 Gold Dust Flour 1 Made by THE 8DNEY POW. f ER COMPANY, Sidney, Qro gon. Made for family uie. Ask your grocer for it. Bran and borta always on band. , t P. B. Wallace AGENT feiWM 'i imiiwiimimihmhmwhhk:; Reg. No. 26531 RED SIRE or JO SEAL, 2:11. Blrcd by Bed Heart 2:104, the slxo of Chain Shot 2:00x. Red Beal 2:10, Etc. Dam ALICE M. (trial) 2s25.... by Mark FJold (son of Geo. Wilkes), . Dara of Rod Seal 2:10 Al stro of Daisy Flolds 2:08Vif Mn lawood 2:1D4. brlno flW 2:11, ete. 'Boeond dam DAY BELL by Advance, siro of Malraska 2:25,otc Dam of Voritas 2:10, Viadox 2:29V4. Third dnm daughter of TJppo Qclb, a thoroughbred. BED HEART is by Rod Wllkos, out of Swootheurt, by Sultanj socond dam Minnobnhn, the dam of Beautiful Bolls, ete. RED SEAL stands 18.1, compactly built, with great quality nnd a suro sire of groat spoed. Ho will make the season of 1005 at tho OREGON STATE FAIR GROUNDS Terms $40 Season With tho usual return privilege. Oood pasturage at reasonable rates to mures mint from u distance. , SAM CASTO, Fair Grotmds, Or. !faWMiaMIMIM!MWiMilHMiMWMMiliMilWlMls1l Sato tho fronts of tho Fackagoa. Wo W t rf. . V I 'Ktf - 1 l I.- i - : rREPARED BOSTON BROWN BREAD GRIDDIiE GAKES MUFFINS & PLUM PUDDING ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT. Package 20c eAJ3ffltuite fiow co. ; ' PAOIFIO COAST factory; SAN JO SB, OAUF. 1 Mall us five 2-cent stamp and we will.sund S&mnlo package prepaid. GASTORIA For Infants and Chlldron. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the . Signature Jyj In Use Over Thirty Years GASTORIA THIIWTUHOMMNT. WtTOOIT. f New Lange Hotel ; Corner Sixth and "Washington stroots, Portland, Or., (noxt to 1 ! Imporial). Strictly fireproof and J ; modern. Kates lowest for flrstr ; class service. Steam heat and . olovator, clogant cafe and bar ', in connection. On dlroct line to ; fair grounds. F. Lnnge, propria- tor; Sam Bauman, manager, for ! ! morlv of Omaha, Neb. ', HMMMHH.l SEAL Tri'l 2:06 Rec. 2:10 pay money for tho TIIBEE Bs, . i w, FOR MAKING. JO pound sack 65c. B. B. B. ft 4 vV La For LEAGUE SESSIONS ENDED CHy of Eugene Chosen for Next Conven tion Independence Men of Public Spirit Show GreatEnter- prlscas-Entcr- tainers The eocond day of tho Wlllamotto Vnlloy Development Convention was called to order at 0 o'clock.' A session of tho delegates was held prior to con sider somo plan of promoting harbor improvements, and how to secure a mil rend from Western Oregon to a doop sen harbor. Judge '"W. H. -Hollis was tho first speaker on tho program, nnd delivered on nddrcss on "Ownorship of Public Utilities." Tho following committed was, on mo I'ott dulyjnmlo nnd sccondod, named by the president to work up a report on how to sccuro a connection with an other dcop sea harbor,' tho commltteo to roport nt tho noxt conventien: Polk county, Qua A. Hurley; Marlon, M. Gilbert; Lane, I. H. Bingham; Linn, W, P. Elmoro; Benton, Pun Avery; Lincoln, B. F. Jones; Glacka tins, Prank Joggor, "Washington, "W. H. Hollis; Vamhlll, Chas. Grisscn. On both days of tho convention thefo was n largo attendance of ladles. Tho stago and opera houso were decorated by tho ladlos, nnd masses of rosos wcro displayed on tho platform. 'Transportation and Manufactures in, Oregon" was next presented by Hon. I. H. Bingham, of Eugene. in an ii bio and eloquent addross. Ho said tho iaitlntlvo nnd referendum was a dan gerous power lialjlo to abuse. Danger ons also to corporations, ho said. Mrs. "Wcntberrcd discusiod "Tho Needs of Orogon." Moro pcoplo and moro publicity wero tbo greatest needs nt Oregon. Sho ridiculed tho Oregon exhibit nt St. Louis, nnd tho "Shoot lng up tho Town" statuo at the Lowls nnd Clark fair. Hon. "Walter Toozo, of "Woodburn, uoxt nddrosscd tho convention on "Tho Opening of tho "Willamette Locks at Orogon Oity by Ooverninont Owner ship." Tho pooplo still owned tho riv er. Tbo public lands wcro mostly gono, but, thank God, tho pooplo still owned tro river. No corporation could got a cinch on that. The Panama canal would add soven cents a bushel to the value of Western wheat. Opening tho locks would savo 60 cents a ton to tho ship pers, and would savo tho farmers nearly two cents a busucl on grnln by making the locks free. Ho did not bollevo the country wns ready for public owner ship. If tho acts of tho legislature did not suit tho peoplo they could Initiate measures to suit thomsofves. If the pcoplo did not uso tho power it wns their own fault. Governor Geer thought tho corpora tic ns could and did control tho Wil lamette river. Tho representatives In Newport News, Va,, Jnjy aa, 1903. tast summer while recovering from Ill ness of fever, I bad a severe attack of Iiiilammatory Rheumatism in the knees, from which I was unable to leave my room for several mouths, vI was treated by two doctors and also tried different kinds of lluaments and medicines which seemed to relieve me from pain for awhile, but at tbesame time X was not any nearer getting -well. Oaa day while reading a. paper I saw n advertisement of S 3- S, for Rheumatlsis. X decided to give ita trial, which I -d nt once. After 1 bad taken three Iwttlea I felt a great 'deal better, mid I still continued to Uke it regularly Until I 'was entirely cured. I now feel better than for years, and I cheerf ully recommend S. S. S. to anyone Buttering from Rheumatism. 013 yid St. Coas. R. GruMotswujva. lUieumttism is caused by uric add or tome other add poison fa the blood, wlilch when trpoitcd ta the muscles 'and joints, produce the cherp, cutting pains -and the -stiffness and soreness pe culiar totals disease, 6. S.S. oes dl, rectly into the circulation, all Irrita tine sjbstancea are neutralised and' filtered ont of the system, the blood li made pure and the j built up under the rn msuc pure ana tne nenertu neaitn u built up under the purifying and tonic en ecu or tne vege table remedy. Write for our spe cial book on Rheu matism which is sent free. Ourcfav- aldanswill advise without charge all wag wui wruc ur about their case. The Swift Speolno C3fly, Attest, "s wome$negle0t: SUFFERINfiTHESUREPfrfAOY Health Thus Loot Is Restored toy Lydla 12. jpinjcnama vegetoojo ugmiiuuuut TTnv mnnv wnmAYl An vml lfUOW WhO are perfectly troll and strong? We hear every dav the same story over" nd over again. " I do not feel well ; I am so tircu autno umei" , Moro tlian likely you speak tho same words yourself, and no doubt you feol far from well. Thocansomayboeasily traced to some derangement of the fe male organa wbjch manifests itself in depression of splrlta.Teluetanbo to go anywhore or do anything, baokache, bearing-down pains, flatulency, nerv ousness, sleeplessness, loucorrhosa. Theso symptoms are butwarnlnga that thore is danger ahead, atftl unless heeded a life of Buffering or a serious operation is the Inevitable result. Too never-iaiungremeayior n vhcsu aymptoms la Lydla E. Plnkham'a Veg etable Compound. N. J., writes : DoarMr. MnVham VxUUnk tnat a woman naturauy ouucea w make her troubles known to the public, bat restored health has meant so much to me that I cannot help from telling coin for the aaks of other su rferl ng women. "For a long tuns I suffered untold 'aeony with a uterine trouble and lrregularitlce, which mads me a physical wreck, and no oas thought I would recover, but LydlaTC Plnk ham'a Vegetable Compound has entirely cured me, and made me well and strong, and I feel tt my duty to tU other suffering woman what a splendid medlclno It Is." If you aro ill, don't hesitate to got a bottle of Lydla K. Plnkham's Vegeta ble Compound at once, and "write to Mrs. Plnkham, Lynn, Moss., for special advice it ia free and always helpfuL congress should soo to this. Mr. Toozo Mil tho peoplo had their hand on tho faucet, and could turn it off If they wanted to. L. M. Gilbert mndo a report on tho dcop sea harbor section of tho conven tion, in favor of an unanimous effort for again opening Yaqulnn bay. Hon. Walter arlflln, of Eugillc, rend nn address to tho pcoplo from tho trans portation committees of tho Stnto and the Willamette Vnlloy Dovolopmomt Leagues. The report was adopted. On motion the convention voted bo tween Kugono nnd Forest Grove ns noxt place of moot lug. Kugono wns chosen. Resolutions thanking tho peo ple of Independence for hospitality and entertainment, nnd 'the committee for COO pounds prima steer ronstod, nnd Hon. B. F. Jones for thirty bush els of clams, and tho clam hake com mltteo for their splendid work, wore adopted, nnd tho convention nd journod. Independence, is very fortunate in having a bright and nggresslvo set of business men who mako all they tako hold of a success. Men liko Mayor MownoT, W. W. Irclval, Postmaster Mcrwin, Huston & 8imons, Bice & Calvert, Jos. Hlrshberg, Walter Lyon, Ous A, Hurley, nnd many others tbo the reporter root cannot bo easily du plicated in largor places when it comes to showing public spirit. Indopond; once is not hampered by being a coun ty neat, stato capital, or any other ar tificial drawbacks. Of courso a great deal of tho credit of tho clambako be iongi to B. F. Jones, but just thosamo tbo Independence men were able to enlist a mau like Jones, and be is a host, nnd thoy roke tho reeord by having the first clambako in tho in terior of the state. The autocar lino established 1 by Mr. Baldwin, of this city, was a great help to in the suc cess in the cess of the convention. It madethreo trips a day during tho convention. The same day tho government engineers arrived with their boat and crews to keop tho channel of the upper "river open all summer, All these things were auspicious for the -development of our sister city up the river. The bond of friendship between Salem and Iudepondenco has bceu pretty strongly cemented on tho occasion of tbo De velopment Convention, nnd the tie Is equally strong between that place and the other valley towns. Tbo new M. E, mlulster, Rev. Elayer, is an Arkan sas man and a host for public enter prise in himself, Iu all ways Inde pendence la coming to tho front of valley cities. Andy Taylor, who was -down from Blue River yesterday, Teports that a fellow by the name of Hodges, has struck the biggest ledge that has been found toi a long time. The find is situated on the Linn county side of the Great Northern mine. The ledge is reported to bo six feet wide. Eu gene Guard. MsMiilJiLLj'JKJM.mjy .Miss KateMDonaldX Vsjwmssm i ii uobsF CLASSIFIED' FOR SALE. Tor 8alo. Bovon-room rcsldenco, barn, lareo half blocK, eioctno iigms, uum, hot and cold city water. E.Iofcr, Journnl oflicc For Sale. Small dry" fir wood, at $3.25 por cord. Phono Black 2001. T. "L. Davidson, Jr., Morningsldo. 1-20-tf For Balo. Flvo or ton-ncro plaso, first' class Improvements. Close to scnooi, church, postoffico and railroad. Ad dress "X.," caro of Journal. ror Bala Two lots, with now house and barn, good improvements. At a Irnnmln. Inaulro of Glover & Pat- ton's blacksmith Bhop, 430 Court ,lrnnt 6-22-tf Aflh Wood Best quality for salo. Geo. P. Bodgors, 40 Court strootr o-o-awit For Sale. Houso and two lots, ilvo rooms, ono pantry, two closots, add a big upstairs, good water, driven well, lots 135 foot front by 120. No. 1030 Winter street. Inqulro at JTuff man's store, North Salem, or phono Whlto 233. 0-0-lwk FOKBENT. For Rent. Five-room modern cottage, No 1472 Stnto street, furnished br unfurnished. Apply at Rostoln & Grccnbaum's. 0-10-3t To let tflve-room flnt in business part of city. Inqulro of Stelnor' & Borgcr, 420 Stato stroer. 0-12-lwk For Rent. A flvo-room houso nnd a soven-room houso. Call on A. Schrolbcr, 424 High street. 0-134f For Rent July 1st. Furnlshtil houso dn University addition. No. 4 Summer strcot. Phono Rod 2044. 0-15-lwk' WANTED MALE HELP. Rellablo Manager Wanted To look af ter our Salem, ofllco and suporlntond salesmen, workmen and lino construc tion. References nnd cash deposit rcqulrod. Yoarly contraot with lib oral salary. Gront Wostorn Tclo " phono Co., 1095 Markot stroot, Sim Francisco, Cnl. C-20-lm WANTED. Wantod. To buy a good six or sovon room cottage, not far out. Apply nt Ryan's barbor shop. 5-31-tf Wanted Enorgotlc, trustworthy, man or woman to work in Oregon, repre senting largo manufacturing com pany. Salary 40 to $00 per month, paid wookly, oxponscs odvancod. Ad dross, with stamp, J. H. Mooro, Sa lem, Oro. C-1013f MISCELLANEOUS. Dressmaking And plain sewing. In qulro at 155 Eighteenth stroet. C-12-lwwk Go To J. N. Shnnts for your hop bas kets. Get In your ordor beforo tho rush. 0-2-lm Bhlrt Walsta and Summor Gowns- Made In the best stylo and workman ship, Torms reasonable. Address or call on Mrs. n. Mllnor, 20th and Contor stroots. 5-20-tf Tho Tillsoa Co. Dealers in chopped feed, seed bran, hay, flour driod fruit, etc. High street, adjoining opora house, 0-1-yr. Strawberry Orates Tin tops and hil locks at lowest prices. Capital Com- misslsn Go. Phono Main 2231, oppo' site Willamette notel, Salem, Oregon. Hotel Scott Newly furnished, ovorj' thins clean and first class. Rooms at reasonable prices. la OottSe block, Salem, A. Scott, prop. T-8-tt Salem Iron Works Founders, ruaehra ists nad blacksmiths. Manufacturers of all kinds of sawmill machinery, nop and fruit drying stoves, etc Manufacturers of the O. R. Grubber. Sband & Marcus. 11-29-lm Davoy & Savage, Real Estate, Loans anil insurance, Conveyancing and Exalning Titles. Notary work done, Bring us list of your property for salo, 493 State street, near High. 38-tf Iost. Jersey cow, light brown, brass knobs on horns, leather strap. Please return to Henry Bowerman, 20th and Nebraska stroots, Englewood add! tlon. Reward offered. 0-15-3t Say Have you tried 1L H. Pauls for meats! He has the best sausage In town. Come and try it, and be con vlnced. 410 East State etret. We Are New paying 10c for eggs. uommereial Cream Oo. 3-11-tf ICE Call Wago ar ieteaheoe 45JBick Bry Coupons and Save j Money. SALEM ICE WORKS BAKERIES. Capital Bakery Ullom FlUuh proprietors, 430 Court street p, bread, pics nnd cakes dally, il( roons, jrniy ungors, angol and der food cakb, candles, nuts, ptc D,J rios mnuo to nny part of the xuouo niio am. mi OLEANINa AND "DYE oiI Cleaning and Dyeing-Aiadrerf ncntiy uonoj d our ults pressed h month $1.00; nt tho Canlt.i Stonm Dyeing and Cloanlng paJ wiss xwa u. Anderson, proprli upora xiouse diock. j.j! CALL ON YOUR STEPMOTBEil vuo ouiuiu wyo works when want vour clathon 1nn.t .1- . - w v.vwuuu. uyo pmrou or prcsscu. roilnod, velvttf lnrs on; also suit pressed dt ,u.u,.u. j.uu u KCt nnyming d od, from a pair of glovos to tbel luiiuuruio 011H. gowns. Mrs Wolkor, Prop., 105 Commercls'l 1 l ASH AND DOOR FA0T0E Tl yJF TIvamh tr .. . . uuu-juanuiaetnrej sash, doors, mouldings. All Ida houso finish and hardwood Front stroet botween Stats and A. M. nAnsou Manufacturer kinds sash, doers, moulding!, work, Houso finish and office (j Estlmntos furnishod. Cor, Mil Church street. Phono Bed 211 ARCHITECT. W. D. Pugh Architect and tondont, plans furnished for 1 es of building and strnetorilfl Office 116 Stato street, TlegiB Salem, Orogon. DRAYMEN. White tt Cummins, do a genera" and transfer business, icfi trains. 'Phonos, down 21ol, residences, Blue II, : Stand 218 Oommorsisl street I LODQE8. Bftlom Camp, No. 118, Woedae: World Moots in Holman Hi Friday at 7:30 p. m. L. B. consul; P. L. Eraser, clerk, Forosters of America Court Foresters No. 10. Meets Ti Turner block. Ira Jorgessci A. L. Brown, Sec. Central Lodge No. 18,tK. of F.H Hall in Holman block, torn and Llborty stroots. ToetJin wook nt 7:30 p. m. T. J. Cn O.; W. L Staley, K. of B. Modern Woodmen of AnerfeiM gon Codar Camp, No. IM oyory Thursday ovenlsg it I Holman Hall. E. E. UittnB A. I Brown, Clerk. WATER COMPANY.j SALEM WAfSTcoi OFFICE CITY BAIlj For water service npply Bills payable montwy Mako nil complaints st ttJ Tust In 9 -. ot linn nt lDUl 1 1 1 ...,1 111 per una juov n..v-. - j patterns nt iw"" 1... , - .tort I (J8J1 BUU Ct! vu convinced that our pv-l prices aiv n;v i.- -tt.i FmeB place. L L Lem. 299 Liberty & Phone 2475 ...... - -! ;;a good ... fi TTnVA. fl Tlf-XUU "- ' ui. a.mialrel SU'l U'l I ! , A .... a till :: White House R( 0BOBQB SUte Stioot. CxccpiH Vf That's what we J" even growing "- are growing largerW T COFFEY'S " RESTA ons Comiu