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I 1 1 I I 11 1 li I 1 DAIM CAIITAIi JOUKNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, IMSCISMDKB ii, lOOfr Aycr's Hair Vigor, new Improved formula, Is a genuine hair-food. It feeds, nour ishes, builds up, strengthens, .Invigor ates. The hair grows more rapidly, keeps soft and smooth, and ail aanarun uissp A. Good HT ,mm son ana smooiu, hiiu ....-" -r - ,'. JJ rt P"rs. Give your hair a good ha Wood. CUT Jr OOu k&'Sfl&ar" ifeasa STRANGER SAID GRACE Meat Was So Tough He Could Not Stick a Fork in the Gravy, But Its Power of Distention Made Him Feel Thankful. When Thanksgiving day cunio nround In i860 tho horso editor wan Htlll In Whlto Pine, Nevada. Tho camp wns broko, and cvorybody who could innnnge It, had loft. The horso editor wasn't staying because ho was stuck on tho camp, but ho was 300 miles from home, tho stngo faro high, and tho scenery did not Justify tho tour on foot. In fact there was nothing to seo but sage brush, an occasional Jack rabbit, and a fow sage hens, tho only thing Hint had wings mid could fly that didn't know enough to leave. Thorc wan consldorablo spqculntlon between tho horso editor anil his partner, a big follow from southern Oregon, who wont by tho nlcknumu of "Malheur," not as to whoro they would take their Thanks giving ill mi or, but as to wltotlt cr they would tnko it at all, and If so, whoro? Invitations to shovo ono's foet under somebody's mnhoguny for that' occasion, - woro not burdonlug tho local postolllco, In fact woro nbout ns rnro birds as tho same white winged mosHongors of goo'd will are In Sulom. I)y a romarkablo stroak of luck. Malheur got a Job helping ono of thoso who hud nionoy sent him from homo, to pack and load bin stuff Into n wagon for shipment. This gavo him tho price, and what wiih IiIb wni half tho horso editor's, Thoy utu out of tho same mungor, mid slopt In tho same stall. Hroakfabt, Thanks giving morning wns light, for sovcrul reasons, tho principle ono being thorn wns nothing to eat without breaking Into tho dinner money, Shortly after noon tho two of us ambled down to tho Haruum restaur nrit for n gonuluo feed, Thoro wiib chicken and turkey, but thoy rooHtod high, or tho prion did. Wo Just thought of tho long ago, when barn yard fowls woro not as hard- to got ns blrdH of paradise, or black awaits, and settled down on roast beef. It had staying qualities tho blrdH had not, and thoro was more of It. It had greater powers of distension, and put a butter pudding between tho Intortor edges of a follow's backbone and tho buttons on his vest. As wo sat down at tho table a stranger also took a scat at it 1 1 was no lloclo fojlor either, and ho thought roast beef might do tho business for him satisfactorily. Tho thro eorders camo nt onco and the stranger Jabbed a fork Into a gonorous hnnk of beef, that Is, ha tried to but It dodged; It had never been treated that way .be fore. Ilo tried to cut It, and It roll ed over on Its back and grinned at him. Malheur, .who wns always unneces sarily polite when ho wasnt' driving mules, noticed thnt tho stranger was thin of hair, lmt ho woro a black frock coat, buttoned closely nround his neck, and had rather a solomn air. Ho didn't look like he belonged out of hearing of a church bell, and Malheur with a deprecatory glnnco ut tho horso editor, In Ills Boftost voice, asked the stranger, if ho would not glvo tho dlnnor a twang of life back In tho fnr-away statos, by say ing grace. Tho stranger laid down his knife mid fork bowed his head over Uio obstreperous beef, and In solemn tones said: "Wo thank Thee oh God! thnt It has been vouchsafed to uh on this day of pralso to Thoo, to run ncross tho remnants of this venerablo bull, now before us, and which wo all, are with groat thankfulness, nbout to tackle. Wo aro rojolced to know, (hat ho who In his Innocent calfhood crqppod thogreou gniHS of Vormont wlion lloston held Its llrst tea party; who bellowed In fulsomo glee when Corn wallls surrendered to Washington; who dragged u tog cub In In tho cam paign when " Tippocnnoo and Tylor too' made their grand and victorious campaign; who crossed tho plains In' 1 9 nB tho off whoolor In an eight- yoke liull team, who -as examined by tho committee when John Dlglor wiib elected governor of California, and found too d d tough oven for a Democratic barbacuo has at" lust como to a fitting though untimely ond, and that his sweet though far from tender enrcass now nsslsts us In holng thankful for tho blessings wo hnvo had and Hiobo wo hopo for tho prosont being some what shy of anything Justifying any un loaded comment, I thank Thee fur ther on my Individual account, that dosplto hard knocks, alkali water, and bad whiskey, my remaining back tooth aro Bound nnd oppoRlto ono nn othor. As for tho bread, Lord thou alone knowost tho mystory of 'its construction, nnd for our conscience sake wo ask no questions. It Is bad, but tho bust wo can afford. Tho but ter, thou knowost Is nephew to tho vouarnhlo bovlno now awaiting con sldorablo mastication, and tho coffoo thou knowost Is an infringement op Uubbards patent sheep dtp. As for mlnc pie thnt now scouts the atmos phere, after growing weary of bolng hash until It was no longer present able, until the raisins were added and tho lid put on to hold Jt In, we eat It In faith Still wo are becomingly iw kK III ii r V thankful under the circumstances, and will hold in tender memory tho recollection of this day sanct.lflcd to Thy use." There were no comments,. Malheur ordered the "beer, and '.our fellow diner took a genorus three-lingers of brandy for his and there wero no remnants for n cold snack nt night. Thero were only empty platters, and a long felt want well filled ) when tho meal was over and tho stranger told us good bye, : o l- Dcnfiu'tH Cannot He Cured By local application,, as they can not reaoh the diseased portion of th" ear. There Is only ono way to cure deafness, and thnt Is by constitu tional remedies. Denfnos3 Is caused by an Inflamed condition of the mu cous lining of tho Etitnchlan Tube. When this tubo Is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hear ing, nnd when It, Is ontlroly closed, Denfneas' Is the result' and unleM tho Inflammation can be taken out and this tubo restored to Its normiu condition, hearing will bo destroyed forover; nine enso out of ten an caused by Catarrh, which Is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mil cons surfaces. " Wo will give Ono Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catorrh) that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu lars free. F. J. CHI3NBY'-& CO.. Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, 7fc. Take HaH'B lramlly Plllg for con stipation. o Proposals for Itlils. Proposals lnvltod for supplies for tho Oregon state penitentiary for the porlod ending Juno 30, 1U07. Soulod bids for drugs, dry goods, groceries, butter, leather and find ings plumbing suppllos, hardware, flour, fish, moat, etc., will be re ceived at tho olllce of tho superin tendent of tho Oregon stato peniten tiary until December 19,1000, nt '-' o'clock p. m. nt which time they wll, bo opened. A doposlt of $200 on cash or certi fied check, payable to tho superin tendent, must accompany oach bid for meat and flour, and all other bid must bo accompanied by an amount equal to 10 pur cont of tho nmoitnt or tho bid. Samples to accompany nil bids where practicable. Tho right Is r served to reject any nnd all bids and to accept or rojoct any portion of u bid. On each envelopo should bo In scribed the nature of tho bid. Goods of Oregon mnuufacturo or production will recolvo proforenco, other things being equal. All goods and suppllos must be dollvorod to tho penltentlnry within 40 days uttor tho contract ! aworded. Schedules of tho various linos of goods will bo furnished upon appli cation to tho superintendent. Vouchors will bo Issued for pay ment on tho first of tho month fol lowing tho completion of tho con tract and monthly on continuous contends. C. W. JAMKS, Sttpt. Oregon State Ponltentinry. Sftlem, Oregon, November 18, 1001 Dec. 8-7-1 NIB. X-RAYS Tko Kind You Hnvo Always Bought, nml which has been in uno for over JIO yearn, lias borno tho slg-nutnro if s)0 un,l l1" heon limdo under his ncr- C& jL&A?'?h fonal supervision hlneo It.s Infancy. "arvt UC-A4K Allow no one to deceive you In thin, ' AU Counterfeits, Imllatlon.s ond" Jiihtu.s-y:ootlMur" hub ICxncrlments thnt trlllo -with and omlnuuror tho heo t of IniUnts and Children ISxnerlunco ujrolnt Hyp on nU What is GASTORIA Oft.sfonV. In u hnvnilcsa substitute ibr Castor OH, Pare goric, lro).s and Sootltluif Syrups. It In Pleasant, It contains neither Opium, Morphlno nor other Nnrcotlo aubHtanee. Its ago Is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms nnd allays FoveriithncHi. It cures Diarrhoea and Vhul Colic. It relieve Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. U assimilates tho Food, regulates tho fttoiuaoh and How els, ghlugr healthy and natural tileep, Tho Children' I'auaeca- Vio lUothor'h Friend. GENUINE CASTOR I A ALWAYS Boars tho Signature of &m Tie Kind You Have Always Bought In Um For Over 30 Yar. miMW Menu, w iitwm Tcr, fct wmi wn, 1 The Southern Pacific ask taftt-lU '.uutwameut In Lane county tie r. inii-wi irum k.uuu iu $iu.ueu HUH Its rolling slock from $3000 to $400 If th cur lhorUga Is s grout M cUdmad the latter retlttPtion would om only reasonable, A ftw Xw York Domoersu hjiyf illscovrhr a pi-MilihinMitl pomlblUiy In tho poiiion of Abodrow Wltoou, proijrrtont of Prlnooton UnIVrlty. Tho oountry U having a col row nay nnd will not tftk kindly to j Woodrovv. FiuhloH has daonwd that tho fonuvle form sball now be gowned with sklrtB rutins tightly around tho hlpg. It has fnrther deorood that tho hips shall appear small, narrower than tho shouUUra. Padding win go up, nnd tharo will bo a sudden shrinkage iu othor Otlugs than raal Mtato. It, U a jtwld da ywhiiu thor is 140 mud on Stvlom's atroot. and thnt nniv hanpans early In th morning. " . a Snlom Doaiocrats can rau tho Ra- publiQan tloket today, or let It.alona. hnd stay away from the polls. Everybody cau now find soniethlnc to bo thankful for. Madarao Pattl. has mado her final ami positively last nppearauco on tho stage. Still It Is not wqrth while getting too guy over tho statement, aa she Is not, under bonds to koep the promise or tho pac. HONOR THEIR DEAD Salem Elks "Wr.te Brothers' Names Upon the Tablets of Their Memories" The locnl lodge or Klks, yesterday afternoon, In tho Grand opera house held tholr annual 'memorial service The stage had been appropriately decorated- with flowers and tho em bloms of tho order and ns tho or chestra playod Chopin's funernl mnrcii the mombei's took their sta tions on tho stage and on the floor or the auditorium. The ritualistic services were con ducted by Kxalted ilulor C. L. Mc Nary nnd tho roll or the departed brothers was called which was u very Impressive ceremony. Rev. P. K. Doll gave tho Invocation artor which Hon. George M. Brown In an qloo'uent address told or the groat principles of tho order nnd pahUtrJbuto to tho dopartod mem bersV The musical part of the program was exceptionally good. Mrs. Fred Olson, or Portland, rendered "Fear Not Yo, O lsraol" and "Abldo With Me," In a manner that won tho hearts or her audlonce, while Miss Penrlo Goulot as accompanist demon strated that sho was nilstross or tho piano. Tho orchestra was composed or 1 1 pieces and plnyod excellently. Tho flute and cornet duet by MessrB. Baker and Stoudenmeyor was among the most efToetlvo numbers., Mrs. Percy Cotter rond Thanatopsls In an appropriate manuor. Tho locnl order Is to be congratu lated upon the excellent program, rondorod yostorday aftornoon which Impressed nil with Its lessons of charity, justice and brotherly love. o Wll.h PUOl) SOUTH Klt.V PACIKlC Onuigegrow'is (Ji-ow Weary of Car Shortage In California. Vlsalla, Col., Doc. 2.. A mass meeting of Indignant orange growers was hold nt Lindsay Friday afternoon to devise ways and moans to induce the Southern Pacific company to fur nish cars for transportation of or anges to tho eastern mnrkots. Tho mooting was largoly attended. Tho car shortage wns considered and It was tho unanimous opinion that tho railroad company had no excuse for Its failure to handle tho bustuoss of fered. A committee was appointed to soeiiro legal advlco and consider tho propostlon or taking tho matter before tho interstate commorco com mission so that action may bo takon by congress nt onco should tho com mission find legislation necessary. A WARNING To flit- People of Salem "Sudden change In tho weather onnnot help but result In coughs, colds, bronchial troubles, the grippe luul othor slckneasea. This weather l also bad for old people nnd tho bo who are rundown or have a tendency to Any weakness or disease." "It seema to ma that every man, woman and child In Salem, especially ihe aged and run down, should l wnrned through the columns of your paper to build themselves' up an I take proper precautions to ward off aiekuees at this season, and thero would be very much lees BUlterlns lUlil fewer dew tag In Salem." Whon asked what was considered tho most universally aucoesaful medt olno thoy had evor sold ror thRt pur 1)080, without' hesitation the druggist hnsworou, "Our modern cod Uve nropamtlon, Vlnol. You know It Is not a patent msdlelno, and It dooe not oontnln any usolose oil to -clog tho system and upset tho stomach. but it dooe contain every ono or the motllclnnl curative and body-J)ulld Ing elenfeius ut cod liver oil actually Wkon from trwh cods' liver, with 101110 iron auiioi. Vlnol cures coughs, bronohiito gtrengthons the aged, builds up thr weak and run down, and mnkes rloJi, red blood. If u falls we return youi money. (J. W. Pntmnn Co.. druggiatt N'ote. While wO are sole agents for Vlnol In Salum, It la now ror sale t tho loading drug store In .nearly ovary town and city In the conntry. Look " for tho Vtuol agency lu your town. Stomach Sufferers Squander Millions In Search or llcllef. The, world Is roll or dlsordorel stomachs and 90 per cent or the money spent upon phylscians an-1 drugs goes In nn attempt to ouro tho stomach. People are made tojbellevo that In order tO gain health they must doctor their stomachs apd uso ca thartics. So tho doctor gets his Tee ror tho stomach treatment and tho druggist ror tho physic, until tho savings or a lire time ore exhausted and yet no cure. Let's be rensonnblo. The sick stomach Is In every case the result or over-eating, hurnled mastication and Improper choice ot roods. The mucous lining nil tho way down tho rood tract losses Its sensitiveness, and whon food Is rorced down tho musclos fall to respond. They do not churn tho food as thoy should. Tho glands no longer glvo out'gnstrlc Juice to dis solve the rood and render It capable or assimilation. Tho man has be come h dyspeptic. Thoro Is ono sure way and only one to bring positive relief. Put Into thnt stomach or yours tho very elements thnt It lacks to get that food'Ino liquid rorm. It takes pep sin, diastase, golden scnl nnd ,otner rorments to accomplish this. Tho healthy stomach contains these ele ments. Tho dyspeptic stomach lacks part of all of thorn. Stunrt's Dys pepsla Tablet Is mado up of just what tho dyspoptlo stomach lacks nnturo's digestives. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablots arc not CURRENT . TOPICS TOD, Prepared for tll0 Pul)1,c fc ;""' "'" innuiy Clrtlf, Thero is considerable mk ofllclal olrr.lpa. pnM..r. ' ----- --", wng pj U1 wul "eiween the rnlied and. .Tnnnn. Tim ..i., -" H"I1IB -,J of the treaty with Japan whkkl U1 ii.6Bii8 me ,iip prTl v... v.w....w,, rujujui uy n,l unuruu nauon8. indcrtlih Japan clulms her citizens lJ rigiu 10 attend the public and this right has been detJ in aiuornia. tj fVUn. ...I.n1n . l " "ui tuuniry west' Mississippi Is suffering scarcity of coal, it Is cIjiJ Shortage Is caused by the lJ cltic railroad having Illegally control of western coal )ui has by hampering tranrpI uriven inaependent coal mine. of business. ' jjeiegnies irom more tlul states will meet at Dcs MolnJ next wcunesuay to perfect m which United States nttorneyiJ elected by direct vote of the) Tho evidence In the trial cl! and others, In Chlcngo, shim tho tenmstprs' strike, and tfe fusal to handlo Montgomery rrelght, was brought about U bends or tho teamsters' union woro given $1500 to order tbec A raco or cave-dwellers ht discovered In tho great Sahn ort by Mr. UnnB Vlsclier, it a medlclne( not 11 drug, not a en-1 ,,,,,. who ls Ilink,nB ,' lh, thartlc. They do not euro anybody or anything but Dyspopsla and Indl gostion and such ailmonts ns nrlsa from iioorly dlgosted rood. Whilo thoy dlgost tho rood the siumauii recupenues. 1 ne uiucuue Sgno,. Crosl) Tho ,, momDrano is coming out of Jf- tl lioight of 21,000 feet stupor, tne gnstric juico is coming to the. surface, the muscles are re gaining tholr power. Evory organ of tho body takes on now lire, tho skin v,'nlns color, and tho eyes nro no longor tinged with yellow. You live. Why doctor and why drug your- soir? Stuart's Dyspopsla Tablets will take caro or your .rood while nature cures" you. oub Journey ncross the dwrtj Tripoli to Lake Chad Tho first succcssriil bailout nge over tho Alps wns tnadelj Italians, Slgnor Celestlno Vm& WOOD SKIjUS AT !?70 A COft ('oldllcld Shivers and llimii.ti Thing to Keep Warm. Goldllcld, Nov., Dec 2 t famine axlsts In this camp, thd ply of. wood bolng exhnusteJ Try a box at your druggists, 50 fuel ar,,ve8 from the hills HI cents. Or, ir you prcror a rreo trial by competitive buyers, tho pnekago boforo buying, send your price being $70 n cord. Thes name and address today. F. A. 8 bringing In old ties, btunrt co os btunrt uidg., Mnr- , ,. , , t of way shall, Mich. j disposed or In lots not Breat 1 1 q ...... . , t n onrA nf 1oT Kl . ionitui v . -- Hundreds or cords or wood! UOKTICUIrUItOL SOCIKTV. Will Meet at the Salem City Xet Satunlay Afternoon. tho way.ybut aro caught hi M Hall road blockade I Thoro ls n slmilnr scarcity Whon a carload arrives It ii Tho Marlon County Horticultural nd' hauled to a street corner. sooloty will hold Its mutual meeting net more than three s.uhs an--' in tho city hall In this city noxt Sat- any one purchase 1 lip mt urday artornoon at. 1:30 o'clock. . range ror dollvory Tho program rollews: The Intonso cold and dP "Fruit Growing in British Colum- 'counlled with the fuel rtorW I1I11" Pmf h. n i.nWn pM.oiiia . ('miaou some BU1UTJUB "Somo Lessons I.Qnrned .from tho July Cherry Fair"- Geo. W. Woak. "The Attitude of the County .orutlfi Court Toward the Knforcemont or the Ilortlculturnl Law" Judge Scott. "Experience In Cleaning Up an Old Orchard" Alonio Brown, or Mirerion. "V" ' " . , 1 ,huV 1 "uiva it un. ! " Thrrti . 1- .. 1 ...iv, ii tmlav VI uuriuauB ui vum ""'" 1 parceled out. Tho matb-rm o N'o Itecoid or It- ..c.... ,i..t MVlllllll, irttil "'l' v""1' v" . nl ...n1,n "llnw nfl, tl I li ' m1 lllUhllw,.. w, " . iw.t tn mill tlmt tin it tl! I "l!U. I nn ' r.' ' "Will the Enforcement of the ..r vo,. tri,i tn k, .oauf-1! .. ...... 1 ..v.w. .... -- -- rreaem uorticiutural Iiw Make Apples Too HxpenslY for Commou People to Buy" H.-B. Thlolson. "Why Are WlllnineUo Vnlley Apple Hqual to Any In tho World Hon. L. T. Itoynolds. w,Some Bxperlenoes' and Lessons from tho Wallace Orchard" C. A. Park. President Shopard and Socrotnry Arinatrong urgo the farmors and dtlaens generally to attend thld inopting as tho sessions will bo ro plete with Interesting and valuable exorclsoe. STATU LAX DF.PAUT.MKXT. Mtiiiionuitln of Moneys Paid to Stato treasurer for the Month of November, ndolphin. Press. The Cause of Many Sudden Deafl There is. a disci -t" ' country most d.tiiav' ' ' ill. 9 , Kt M,aiv. mm III ll r 1 I xsSliraJcJr 1 -i ri-w.' " ... .-os FASTIDIOUS WOMEN consider Paxtlne Toilet Antiseptic a necessity in the hygienic care of the person and for local treatment of feminine ills. As a wash its cleansin?, germicidal, deodorixing and healinj: quilltles are extraordinary. For sale $. DruCThU. Sample free. Address Tk R.axtoo Co., Won, Mas. Cmtnon school fund urlnclual. lvmonts on cortlfleatos and cash sales. $34,027.82; common school ruud principal, payments on sales ot lands acquired by deed or foreclos ure. $2C60; common school fund In terest, payments on certificates, I3U7.S7; common sohool rund In terest, ronts and payments on sales or land acquired by deed or fore closure, $4386.76; university fund interest., rents any payments on sales or lands acquired by deed or fore closure. $110; Agricultural College fund principal, payments on certifi cates and cash sales, $1300; Agricul tural College fund Interest, payment? on certificates. $103 58; total, $45.-706.03 tack the vital orgai ; the bladder, or the break dow a unl w llladder troubK ' frouindeningeine' 1 a cure is obtained treatment of thfk '" tr Iwillxt 1'IMI I'lll t taking Dr. Kiluu - sfm,lefW groat kidney., nvir- iBnJ It corrects inabi t l scolding iwin " I ' '...x comes that iiipie-' " ; fill tfc ' coiupellwl to go ort u s jn( .tua to get up w .v night. Tliemildarl";, Clieci 01 jwnuij i V It btands the ms1 . jt ""-i'if ",. te t tsVe sold bv all drog.''' " fl one-dollar size bou o ., j1 sample bottle of th s v w n covcry and a book t'.at if l IwtU sent free b iu- ; s v ,, .t. r -niuchamton. - writing mention a,?gBTj ....v.at.. !,,, remember leti!Zj.0 Root, Dr. Kilmer's Sv. i bottle .