Newspaper Page Text
wwf JP w ll r ywT'v?
T M N- DAILY CAPITAL JOU&NAL, 8ALKM, OREGON, TUESDAY, MAY 1, iOW. ? Y ty A' ? ALIST'S Gfl0K&MvB9lvBvMoHvX0m9HvHvffvfl6lvMOI&M9l9't t Candidate for Unit-, Kr for long term. "KHU IS Candidate for J enator i'or the short ,J5jl bid eoldicr, serving three Ren prisoner and held in Mil March, '65. No vot- to give Mr. Stevens his lfo .m .i Candidate for gov- K farmer, owning and rH a MFM r ' 'i ovrge xarm in oncrman ia? today the only candi- Itof5 tho people representing he sonisasn people. Vote for men who fc til-raw , , epreeK yourf interests. B. O. BEOWN" Candidato for sec Ixetary of state, , resides at Roscburg, .'Oregon. He'isjnow tho' secretary of tho Sooialist,parly of Oregon. it i.ilEL . "W. W. MYXESi-Candidate for con- gress in 'thSFirst district, is a sub etaniial farmer of Clackamns county Was a soldier and son of a Mexican sol- 'rttdler. and a representative of tho peo- l0' & - "I A. M.-PATJIt -Candidate for congress from SecondgdMstrict, is a self made U man. He'isfalso an old soldier and is a bolievers itfRreedom from the oppres sion of' ikof great corporations. fy OSO.'BOOOK-Candidato for state treasure-nonresident of Astoria, is an ' old soldier onp' of the boys who gave tho boet days of his life for tho preser vation of onr country, and1 now seeks . tho emancipation of tho wage slave system, aadf laboring men should cast their votafjfor him. f J. O. COOPEE Candidate for state Sprinter. Served three years in tho ar W. 8? OHABDS Candidato . for 4 dairy, food and labor commissioner. TtT n lllTtl ! TT a -1 I uwiw""no'. "U master roccnanic ana Buporimenueni I of thekair and furniture factory at - Aioaaj, . uo is jusi tno man xo nu me jiia&e., mq suro ana voie ior aim. "WMTKM iMAJIfUS W. prerae judco, io EOBBENS For su now a resident of Grants Pass, and for five years has beoK a practicing attorney. 0. 0. BRTX-Candidato for attorney general, ne came to Oregon ia 1003. Ho is also an expert stenographer and attorney at law. J. XKOSMER Candidate for state school superintendent. Ho is a grad uateafiJie law schools, and was a for star feditor of the Sllverton Appeal, and irjrigryracticing law at Portland. EAMP Candidate for state stands for tho common people r 3T AiMimMr (interests kitf.,.tBOOARD Candidate for state I PWMHJKt lie is a nium oi guuau juug vBMtttfHas been a farmer tho best part ue. apposes grans, favor eieo- all officers by the people. .MSr.'WON BEHREN Candidato for Tcwrlmtntivo saw tnat too Socialist jiarirjS&s tho party of tho common pqfci and stands for the freodom of tkMs from class legislation. Colonist Rates 'cJfcsiiVeBcing February 16th, and J nimttmvtmc dally to and including ilflHflftti, and from September 15th MtftOgober 31, 1&0C, colonist tick- wM be sold from th But to all pefatiMM Oregon lines via, Portland. FeRfwtaic rates Trom Omaha, Neb, $X; OwkcU Bluffs, la,, $36; Kansaa City, Jle., $25; Denyer, Cola; 525; mi, Joseph, Mo., 25; St Louis, Mo, vlM: Chlcaso. I1L. $33. If you desire 2mm -aw malrA Arwsjt r4tl attAXlt tickets will be fumlsbed yomr In the East A, L. CRAIO, Oeaera) PaueBger Agent skMU IS? STALLION Tidal Wave if JjgPTfll remain two er three seasoss at tee oi mares. .Examine eareiuuy iaal; examine his rating qualities res. Taen K yen tM zanlt wiuais iae expense yon tare eeen te to i him will he eheerfally paid by the famished good pasters irt ef charge. Due ear and eantian wBl he rest te prevent accidents, but will not the ewmsienee e awner ef mares TIDAL TVATX wlM he at Inde lenee Satnrdaya and Ssndajs ef each wselc Sesi en serrJee the lew fries $M, wkh retsra yrlTUeges. Owner Alpha Xassey, Fair Gresnds, Orrgea. 4-lf-Mt tMMtaMH CANDIDATES S J. E. MUEPHY. Candidate for xep resentative. was born in Indiana, but was raised on Howell Prairlo and is now proprietor cf tho Salem Tile Works. Stands for. equal rights to all classes and special privileges to none. A, M . BLINSTON For representa tive, is a sturdy farmer and fruit rais er of Iioscdale. W. H. ' STEUENBACK Candidate for representative, is a farmer of How ell. He is a reformer from principle, bolioving in tho best laws and protec tion to all classes with special privil eges to none. H. B. MUNSON For representative is a well known blacksmith of Salem, representing the laboring class of peo ple, of which ho classes himself. J. H. MACK For sheriff. Ho has always been identified with labor and its needs, including tho labor prob lems of tho day. MELVIN BUBDIOK Candidate for county clerk, is a fine business man, .and ia at present an employo in tho Wcllor Bros. Store. T. J. CLARK Candidato for record er, is well and favorably known in Sa lem and Marion county. He is a large fruit grower and rhipper. O. O. HUTCHINSON" For survey or. T. H. BLACKMAN For county com missioner, is a master mechanic, build er and designer, lives at "Woodburn, and is a man that will look after the interests of 'ho tax payers. O. T. SHERWOOD Candidate lor county treasurer, is well- known to tho most of tho taxpayers of Marion county and needs no recommendation. M. M. WnTTE For coroner. Mr, -tvhito ig lo(..o mini8f, ,co flMt clnss mtCk Ho is R mau ot cx. conent habits and' a good judge of hu inanity R. R. RYAN-Candldato for justice of tho poaco on tho Socialist ticket. Mr, Ryan has lived) hero for 15 years, is a strong leader in reform work, and if olected to tho ofllco will seo that no grafts are saddled on tho tax pay ers of tho county, for petty quarrels, but prosecutors must show goot grounds in bringing cults or put up dost prico to protect tho county .from bills for cost. i Socialist Platform. Tho entire ticket believe in tho public ownersnip of nil public utilities and taxing all corporations on their gross earnings. Exemption of improve ments on tho homos to tho amount of $500, and thus encourago tho improve ment and beautifying .of all our homes. Equal rights to all classes, oqual pay for samo service. Giving our wives, mothers and sisters an equal voice in making of tho laws. To all voters believing in these prin ciples wo ask your support at the coming election. Respectfully submit ted. THE SOCIALIST PARTT OF ORE- GON, R. R. Ryan, Countj and State Chairman. HOTEL OREGON Corner of 8erearth asd Stark Btreets, Portias, Oregon. The sew and modern hotel of the eitv I Caters particularly to reeUeats of 8v less, and otter Oregon eitlee. European plan. Free bus. Bates $1.00 per day and upward. Hasdnosseet grill in the West, asd prices as low as la places lees attractive, Dally Capital Journal oa file. WXIGHT-DIOXENSOK HOTEL CO. the Fair Grounds, Oregon, for the an oreewsg; examine us as an in- before chewing a staDlen tor yenr owner. Maree from a distance will he responsible shenld nay eeenr. B. 8. Bailey. Address 8. B. Li4sy Smiles The unsuccessful candidate is plant ing spuds. a Let Dowie alone. Ho is entitled to obscurity. a Of course, the Tuttle law will re main on the statute book". A few more counties to hear from and Geer might have been IT. The San Francisco firo even wiped out the Hay City baseball team. a a , Of course, it is expected that Repub licans will support the whole ticket. AVhcther Oregon goes wot or dry a man enn at least go fishing and carry bait. a It is rarely that two of one family get high oflice in Oregon. Study the returns. , a a a The Fultou forces nro prompt to rec ognize thnt Jonathan Bourne has won in the first round. m a The Bourne killers might as well bo gin to pay some attention to electing the Republican ticket. 19 there anything so lovely as a per fectly lovely Or.egon spring? No, not even tho Oregon girls, a Hunting down murderers with posses savors too much of going duck hunt ing with a brass band. Railroad extensions nre proceeding slowly in western Oregon. But they aro extending. After awhile they will extend. m It cannot bo said that tho Republic an state ticket is not ma do of n few weak politicians, dancing attendance to a boss crncking hia whip, Tho primaries nro over and wo may expect tho white fluttering doves of tho equal suffragist campaign to re new their billing and cooing. a The declaration of tho Oregonian that tho pcoplo's choice for U. 8. son ator shall be respected indicates Hh final rupturo with plutocracy. a a Two first rato men dono to death by a worthless outlaw is a cutting com ment on "pofso" methods in general and man-hunting in "the lnrge." A Portland paper in a recent issue hnd 19 killed and 9 wounded in a fire whero only 18 persons were even in tho building. Five were burned. Hut it made a good big red headline. Indications are thut tho Fulton man ngers will all flock to Itourno as the best way to havo him out of tho way in 1008, as Mr. Fulton will want to be the pcoplo's candidnte himself at that time. a a a If money is needed to get ruined San Francisco on her feet, let cltie, states and nations use their credit to finance it. That will bo much more satisfactory thnn to tnx individual en tcrprise. a a As all tho narrow pluralities lime- been determined, and all the political managers have had their say trying to "lick the calf Into shape," what's tlo matter with going to work and fleet ing tho whole ticket f If You Have Dyspepsia Read This. The old way of taking pcjuln, bis muth, etc, to euro dyspepsin is nil wrong. Tney may bo put In tablets or in liquid, the result is just tho amc The object is to create artificial diges tion, but this does not mako a cure. Stop taking the pepsin, etc, nnd jou have your dyspepsia or indigestion back again. People use cocaine or, opium for nervous troubles and tick headache. It does not cure, htop taking the drugs and the pain and distress return. The only Common Sense Method' is to drive out of the system the cause of dyspepsia and iek hcadacbo by cleansing the stom ach and bowels, at tho same time using a medicine that will act on the liver. This forces through tho glands of the stomach the digestive fluid that nature intended. In this way you ure dyipepia. Tho medicine that cures dyspepsia by this method i called Dr Gunn's Improved Liver Pills, Drug gists tell these pills at -5c per box It only takes one pill for a dose. ' o Perfection Baking Powder. East Salem is to Le the scene of op erations on a largely increased scale of a well known industry. 0. M. Epply whose Perfection Baking Powder is so popular here, is erecting a new budd ing to house tbe industry. He will employ from 20 to 30 people, extending his market as rapidly as possible to tho surrounding counties, nnd it is ex pected, to the wholo state and beyond Its borders. Perfection baking powder is sold in every grocery ttno in Salem, nnl thoe who have used it are enthusiastic in its praifCf. Not only does tho bak ing powder do everything thnt a good powder should do, but the manner of packing is popular. Mason's self seal ing jars are used instead of tin cans, and when the baking powder has been used the housewife hns on hand a pre serve jar that she can use to great ad vantage. The rapid growth of the business has compelled Mr. Kpploy to undertake tho improvements mentioned above, and thero is no doubt that his enterprise will bo well rewarded in continued prosperity. State of Ohio, OUy of Toledo, Lucas County, fs. Frnnk .1. Cheney makt-5 oath that ho is senior jmrtnor of the firm of F. J. Clicnev A: Co., doing bushiest in tho City of Toledo, County nnd State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL LARS for each and ovory enso of ca tarrh that cannot bo cured by tho uso of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. , Sworn to before mo and subscribed in my presence this Cth day of Decem ber, A. D., 1SS0. A. W. QLEASON. (Seal.) Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern ally, nnd acts directly on the blood and imicuous surfaces of tho system. Send for testimonials free. F. J. OHKNEY & CO.. Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all druggists, 70o. Take Hall's Family Pills for consti pation. Ladles' Shoes at Irvin & Co.'s. In yesterday's Journal appeared nn advertisement for E. L. Irvin & Co. an nouncing the arrival of a shipment of ladies' Oxfords. Theso shoei were im ported direct from Brocton, Mass, probably tho greatest shoo centor in tho United States. Some of tho designs in this lot were mndo especially for tho Dr. Stone's Drug Store docs a strictly cash business, owes no one, and no one owes it; carries large stock; its shelves, counters and show cases are loaded with drags, medicines, notions, toilet articles, wines and liquors of all kinds for medical pur poses. Di. Stone is a regular fradaeU ia medicine anil has had many years ef experience in the practice. Consulta tions are trot. Proscriptions are free, and only regular prices for medicine. Dr. Stone can be found at his drag store, Salem. Oregon, from 0 in the morning until 9 at night COULSON'S SPECIAL DRY CHICK FEED The Best Peed for Littlo Chicks and Turkeys. Feod this to your little chicks for the first four weeks, then fceu COULSON'S GROWING CHICK POOD Common grain or chick food, as a tulo, contains too, much fat-forming nnd not enough bono and muscle form ing elements, anil in consequence, tho chick develops indigestion and dlur rhooa and roon dies. Circulars mailed by Tillson & Co. 151,161 High Street Phone Mam 139 DR. KUM Wonderful CHINESE DOCTOR Will treat you with Oriental herbs and curs any disease without operation or pain. Dr. Kum is known everywhere in Salem, and has cured many promiaeat people here. He has lived ia Salem for 20 yeras, and can be trusted. He uses many medicines unknown to whits doctors, and with them can cure catarrh, asthma, lung troubles, rheu matism, stomach, liver, and kidney dis eases. Dr, Kum makes a specialty of dropsy and female troubles. nis remedies euro private diseases when everything else fsils. He has hundreds of testi monials, and gives eensultatlea free. Prieee for medicines vtrj moderate. Persons ia the country ean write tot blank. Send stamp. If yen want some extra nse tea, get it from at. DK. KUM BOW WO 00., 197 Sesth High street, Salem, Oregon. OfseeUe Betl ielem. P, 0. Bex 1M. Another of our Ladies' Oxfords JUST ARRIVED TODAY Some of the newest styles signs shown no where else in Salem. One of our own designs is a combination Patent Kid w;th white top very neat and dressy and can be worn, with any costume. Prices $2.50 to $4.00 We want you to see these shoes whether you buy or not. It will be a pleasure to show them to you. E. L. IRVIN & CO. PRACTICAL SHOE MEN-Acknowledged Leaders 326 State St REPAIRING A SPECIALTY Salem firm nndi nro exclusive with theni. Messrs. Irvin & Co, havo hand led n largo number of ladies' shoes this spring; in fact, so many thnt they havo been unnblo to keep their stock complete. Pour tttnos havo they had to wait for now stock to arrive beforo they dared to advortlso any more. This firm hns taken tho right standi on tho question of advertising, looking upon It ns nn investment in tho business as important ns that of tho stock itself. And using newspaper pneo at tho right timo and to call attention to season able goods or special prices generally both In tho sumo advertlBcmrnt they have dono a record breaking business for tho past three months. Thoy havo been nblo to clean up their stock thoroughly, to thnt no goods will bo carried over from thin senson to tho next. And thnt is tho aim of all am bitious business men. Exposure. To cold draughts of air, to keen and cutting wind, midden- changes of tho tomperaturo, scanty clothing, undue oxjioauro of tho throat nnd neck after public speaking ami; singing, bring on coughs and coldx. lUllard'd llorohound Syrup is the best cure. Mrs. A, Harr, Houston, Tex. wriuw, .Tan. 1, 1002: "Ono bottle of liallard'H HoTohoiindl Syrup cured mo of u. very boicl cough. It is very pleusant to take." Sold by D. J. Pry. $1.00 White Lawn Embroideried Waist Patterns. Our Special Price 65c ROSTEIN & CHd Nos. 298 and 300 Commercial St I NOW IS YOUR TIME TO BUY WOOD I AT SALEM $1.75 I The Chas. K. Spaulding Logging Co. I SALEM, HlllHIIllllWmilHIlllIIH WMMMM- Shipment of the season exclusive de HOLUSTCHts Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets A Bcaj Mullclne fjr Doiy Feopli. Brings QolJen Health and Kvateed Vigor. A p-rino forContlinllon, lndlgMtlon, I.Itbi ml Klilney Troubles, llnipleft. Koi em. Impure HIixm llftil Urralli, fliiKglall llowrU, lleAOacha nml llnoknclio. It's Kooky Mountain Tea la tab. let form, at crnlK n box. flrnulno made by KobLisTcn Dnua Company, Mntlliton, Wit, uOLDEfi NUQQETS FOR SALLOW PEOP-tr Sheet Music "Wo carry n full lino 'of sheot music, ns well ns all tho newest productions for Vlcior, Columbia, or l'dlson. -, Talking Machines And don't forget thnt wo repair musical instruments nnd soil violt&s, guitnrs, mandolins, etc. L. E. SAVAGE At J. Wenger'a Old stand 247 Commercial St., Salem, Oregon. V1 ff u v GREENBAUM Salem iM I ! SAW PeLoadl OREGON a a t - -i . iT"-'. U