DAIItf CAPITAL JFOtTRMAI. SAJUBtf, ORaWON, SATURDAY, MARCH 1, .
OPP O RTUNITY
COLONIST RATES fro oil part rf'
V (be United tHAtf Hi CkmOh to all
mrtn of Oregon jum! the ttorcftwcfc
-Wl bo put into effect by
THE OREGONRAILROAD fc NAVIGATION CO.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY
(LlMCfl lit QrcKon)
,,aAILy DURING MAKOTT AND APRIL, 1&08.
Frow 'tMPridfftl CKfcs of (ho Middles West tlio nntca will Be
, , i m Follew:
FROM ' x - TO SALKM FROM TO SALEM
CHICAGO $38 COUNCIL BLUFFS ....$30
ST. L0UI8 135 OMAHA f30
KANSAS CITY ......... .f 30 BT. PAUL $30
Corresponding Rates from, oil other Eastern poluta. Stopoyera at
pleasure at jjll polnto In Oregon.
Tke Colonic Rtj is th prreatrtrt of all hoibilk1er. Orego hmn
llmlted resource nnd itcedii.niora people who desire homes awl
Oregon pooplo can accomplish splendid ronulta by Heralding
thla opportunity to alt t world. Sond Oregon Utorntur giving
Koo& reliable Information about tho atato, far and wide. Call on tho
above railroads for It If 'necoasary.
FARES CAN BE PREPAID
Hero at homo If doslrcd. Any agent U authorized to accopt tho
required depoalt and tolograph ticket to any point. Call on local
agent or addrosa,
OcHcral l'AMCHRCt ARVKt, 1'ortlAMd. Oregon.
TRAILING JW.OOO SHEEP
THROUGH HOSTILE COUNTRY
"For tho cowman loves the sheep
man, And loves him mighty well,
And tho sheepman loves the cow
man Ho docs, llko !"
men were In deadly earnest. The
camD ne outfit for the "army" was
of large proportions. Scores of
burros carried the provisions, tents,
etc. Tho packers, herders and guard3
swelled tho total number of men to
over 200' and every man was armed
to tho teeth and ready to do battle
to tho death.
When the sheep men reached tho
aceno of tho Swanson murder an im
pressive scene was enacted. The
young herder Is burled where ho fell,
In a wild and lonely Bpot In tho
mountains. The sheepmen erected
a great monument of stones over the
herder's grave. On this monument
they posted a notice, ottering nn In
creased reward of $10,000 for the
apprehension of the men responsi
ble for Swanaon's death. Leaving
this notice on tho monument tho
cavalcade passed on. Swanaon's
brother was ono who assisted In put
ting up the monument over tho grave
Arc You Interested
In Saving Your Money?
Of courao you are. That's why wo advertise Wo carry ono of
tho boat atocko of wagotiB and SmplamontB in tho city, and It Is to
your interest na a monoy-aavor to call and boo our lino no matter
whothor you buy or not, wo know that you know a bargain when
you boo It, and that you will bo auro to toll others about thorn.
Wo carry a completo lino of wagons, buggies, farm Implements, all
kinds of farm and mill mnchlnory, pnlnta, oils and varnlahou. Flrat
nlaaa l.ln nlmm I li In it nn1 Itnran atmrilni nlr ilnnn
MUM uinvunHiin .. .- .-..uw...,-, ....... ...... w. ...- w .. ....u . . ......... ... "'" u v uuvu.lllllli.-U iu
Wo tako socond-hnnd vohlclea and machinery na part payment M April of last -year, whon ono n'ght vent tho ropotltlon of tho sheep
on ail now casu oruoru,
Keop your monoy at homo by buying what you nocd at homo,
and at tho aamo tlmo aco what you'ro getting.
GEORGE B. JACOBS
R. P. D. 8' - - Salem, Or.
YOU'LL ENJOY A DRIVE
In ono of our rJga Juat aa much aa if
you owned It. Mtmi,, in fact, for
you wt'l havo all tho ploaurd and
only a more fraction of tho oxponao
or a private atnblo. You nro not
limited In your choice of a turnout,
cither. Our llvory norvtco can aup
ply anything you require, from a
runabout to a con oh and team. How
can wo servo you?
0, W. Yunnlfe, Prop,
13M8T N. High 8U Phono Main 44
BOSTON BROWN BREAD FLOUR
Iu'SelfoUtag. It makes Genuine Brown
Bread, Toothsome Quick Bfctctiit, and a
GLOiRIOUS BOILED PADDING
SoW fey Al Grocers
HAVE AN EARNEST CiRE
Jg For the comfort of tho folks at home. Ituiullo up tho
1 family washing ami phou- No. 85 early Monday (or iu
. to 8ud a wagon lor tho clothe. Wo will aavo you
money, worry and discomfort, aud uvo the olgthoa. aa woll. Thay
will come back to you froah, orlop aud clean,
WE DO IT RIGHT
The Salem Steam Laundry
TllK LAVNDHY HA KNOWS HOW
The chorus to a song heard often
In the sheep camps of tho west quav
ered out In tho crl8p winter air of
tho Rockies. Jt was auug by a camp
cook a man whose humorous cast
of eye and mouth was at variance
with the grim looking belt of car
tridges .about his waist and the Win
chester propped against a tree near
at hand. There wero other men
moving restlessly about, mostly
Mexican herders, and all of them
had the same full cartridge belts
and tho same ominous looking guns
On tho surrounding hills wero men
standing sentlnel-llkc. They also
had cartridge belts and guns. And of tho young sheep herder,
all about wero shoep, and more J On Monday, January 13, tho
sheep, and tho tlnklo of shcop bells ."sheep army" camped across tho
and tho' "ba-a" of lambs filled tho river from tho thriving town of
air. J Grand Junction, Colo. Next day it
It was tho greAt "sheep army,", moved across tho Grand river bridge
moving from tho summer range in and through, tho town and out to
tho Hooky mountains in western ward the ranges of Utah. After leav
Colorado to tho wlntor range on the Ing Grand Junction it was infrank
hlgh platenu of eastern Utah. And ly hostile territory, as this part 'of
tho sinister looking cartridge belts tho rango Is all given over to -tho
and tho ominous looking guns and cnttlo business. Brat, undaunted,
tho vlgllnnt guards on the surround- tho sheepmen kept on. Tho di vis
ing hills wero all evidences of tho ions moved along In perfect ordor
fnct that this great mass of 21,000 in charge of tho herders and tho
shoop wns being trailed through n dogs. Tho dust-from the great herds
. hostllo cattlo country, whore tho roso high in tho air and the sight
cowmon had aworn to oxnet ven- wns plcturoaquo ond stirring. Shcop
geanco from any . Bhccpman who movo slowly under tho bo3t of clr-
crosBcd tho "dead lino." ' cumstnnceo, and It wns posslblo for
No such daring movo hns ovor the cnvnleado to make only 12 miles
boon mnde In tho hlBtory of tho west, a dny. It took flvo hours for the
For yoara tho unorganized whoop- procession of sheep to pass a glvon
mon havo suffered depredations at point.
the hands of tho well organized cat-, No demonstration wns made by
tlomon. Tho country, dlvidod by tho any hostllo intero'sts, nnd tho sheep-
Colorndo-Utnh line, has been ono of mon reached their aummor rango
tho battlo grounds between theso without Incldont. Indeed, It would
conflicting Intoreats of tho opon hnvo taken a Bmnll ormy of cattle-
range. Time nfter time, whon hord- mon to defeat such nn organization
ers havo crossed "dond linos" drawn of woll armed and determined mon.
by tho cattlemen, cowboys hnvo vis- Had tho bands boon marched across
Hod tho camps of tho offending herd- tho countpy singly nnd without any
ors and hnvo killed tho shcop, burn- guards savo tho uemuI herders It Is
od tho uagon and driven tho mon claimed that all tho shoep would
back with item messages novor to ro- havo been slaughtered,
turn. Tho climax was ranched In' Shcomnon nro dotormlnmi in n.
on I nil an crook. In woatcrn Colo- Incs that havo boon dlgncmonhirt mui
rodo, Potor Bwonaon, a young Bhoep oxponslvo fcaturos of rango life
herder, was nKirdorcd. Swunaon wns whero tho stock Interests havo con
nccompnnlcd by his brother and n lllctod. A few montliB ngo, whon a
man named Gourlny. Theso two .Bheep camp wns raided In northern
men woro In camp with Swnnson Wyoming, it was rumorod that othor
whon a band of armod mon rodo up camps would bo visited and tho
and called to them to aurrondor. bands of ahcep destroyed. Tho aheop
Gourlny nnd Petor Swanson'a bro-Jmon omploycd armed. guardB, who
ther wore bound hnnd nnd foot with- wero stationed about tho threatened
out roslBtnnce, but Peter hosltnted. camps. Dy this moans troublo waB
Dut boforo tho herdor had n chnnco nvertod, as no nttack was made,
to draw a weapon ho wns shot, on1 Cattlonion claim that tho sheep
of tho horaomen getting down out of ,"fed out" tho cattle rango, and thnt
his anddlo In ordor to get n hotter thoy aro holpless against wandering
ahot at tho horder. After Bhootlng ahuopmon, who do not pay local
tho man tho horaomen rode away In tnxoi, but who run their flocks where
tho dnrknosa, loavlng two of the thoy will, and who havo rulnod many
hordoro bound hand and foot and a cattleman by their notlona. "Dead
another fatally wounded. Finally llnea" havo boon drawn and shoen
tho men who woro bound managed to havo boon slaughtered by tho thou
work theniBolvos free and curried Jsanda, in aomo instnncos herders
Swnnson to the nonroat ranch house, killed for tholr temerity In dlsoboy
but tho young hordor dlod In a faw.lng tho mandate of tho cattlomon.
hours ono more vlotlru of the ter-j Th cattlomon are not of tho mn
rlblo feuds thnt have sprlnklod tho torlnl thnt "llos down," and evon
sheep rango with blood. (though tho ahoopmen organize and
Swanson'a killing rouaod U0 gunrd tholr band8 gf shoqp, na In tho
aheomon of Colorado to fronzy. Tho caao that has boon doaorlbed, tho ond
Wort or n Wool Growera aaaoolatlon of tho cattlo and ahwp war la not
onorou huoo reward for tho appro- yot It may moan that armies will I
hottslou of the alayora of tho herder. , bo mot with armloa, and that there
A atrong orgnnliutlon was nfft-cted! wllr bo battles hetwoon thoaw oon
among tho ahpmon, nnd In January lllotlng ntraU thnt will mako nil
of this yar. whon It was determined , othor wars pal Iu oompnrlsou.
to mov tho BHMp from the aummor San Francisco Chronlolo.
iik io n piuius wnoro uiuy ieui p.
In winter, th ahwpnum doldcd? to
adopt strenuous mothoda for mudjal
ALCOHOL 3 TKtt nr7
The Kind You
Anct HemcaV ferOaaflw
t Ion , Sotff StOMadi,DtirriHti
ftcSwfe Sittre of
X For Di
teed, uwter i
Bxact Copy of Wrapper.
tltlMWMI OMPANT, tltVTwm
BREEDERS' HORSE Si'
Saturday, April 4th, Salem, Oreji
FARMERS' PRACTICAL EXHIBITIOI
Gosh prizes, merchants' special prizes, stolon
prizes, valuable cups etc.
FOR ALL BREEDS OF IIORSES. (pure-brcd and grades), st
mares, colts, ponies and Jocks; two. three ad M
teams, roadsters, soddters.
t you own good horses show them at Salem, April 4. ff
wish to sell here's your market.
For premium Hst and InformatrOfl, address
L. K. PAGE, F. A. WELCH,
Only whlto hearao and
horaoa In Marlon and ad
W. T.. RIGDON
I. O. O. F. Dldg
456 Court St.
Stat of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lu
oaa County, aa.
protection. Prank .T Phftiiav mnV. ntU thni
Tho ahoep fted In aummor on the ho la fi0nlor 1MirlllBP nf ihn rm nt
alopw of ta Kwky mountolni, put ( P. j. chenoy & Co., doing business In
In wlntor thy aro moved back to ,no oUy 0f Toledo, county and atate
tho plains, whore they ilnd eubals
tenoe until thtf spring auna molt (ho
aforesaid, and that said flrm will
pay tho sum of ONE HUNDRED
dwp BHOwa from th mouutAln;DOLLARS for oaeh and ovory ease
raKo. It la nacoawuy to trail tho 0f Catarrh that cannot l. ourod i,v
hp many mllea neroaa a country tho uo of the Hall's Catarrh Oure.
BMBMaaswMsMsWHBWWWsajMlaai' " w,,'',saawsaawaalsjaawwwaatiaaaaaMiHaaiMsiM
LIME AND SULPHUR SPRAY
WilireJ by totem SM Cm&) Cor. M and Smmr Sts
HA1.KM, ORKGO.V PHONE MAIN S.
"W guaraat tfela apray to bo b. atrlally pun llm ad aulphur
olutloB, timt S to St llaume.
"0f aalo by VfKTCUKR ,V11Y1U, 1. A, WHITE Jft SONS, TILL.
my C K. 1. QILMKKX A CO, AM) AT FAOXOKV.
yrk $810 vw lwreU 11.50 credit for bwrel, If roturoed.
wharo t cattlemen aro atrong, and
whore maay ahee killings havo oo-
currad. So the ahejpmu hlrod 100
of th boat min-flshWa that could
bo aeeurwl t nil tho western country
to aot h guardt while tho hrda
Nvoro blHg moved. Tho aheap wero
divided lata thro dtvkHoaa of 7000
eh GHrlIy sheep travel Mn
Waada of not ovar 2500. The maaa
lag of over 20.000 waa a alght uot
aoou to h forsottou. The dtvlalov
moved slowly dowu tho mouutajn
road frsm Montroao toward Grand
Junctloa. KveythlUB was done with
th utmost proclstoB, ana vlllganco
was not ro4ased aa laatant. Guard
mounta wero ehanged with military
regularity. Seouta wro sen,t ahead
ami at night ther were armed
watcher aurrouRdlug tjvry division
to guard against surprise by cattle
Evoythiug showed that th$ aheoR
PRANK J. CHaVBY,
Sworn to bafore mo and aubsorlbed
In my prvwenoe, this 6th day of Dh
comber. A. D.. 1SSG.
(Seal.) A. W. GLEASON.
Hall"a Catarrh Oure la takan In
torn ally, and aota dlrocUy on th
blood and raueoua surfaces of tho
aj-stem. Send for testimonials fre
P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O.
Sold by all drugglata, 75c,
Tako Haifa Family Pllla for con.
Strong and Healthy PouKry
v iivsSiK c
cr L Jsoo
CASTOR I A
Tor laksts and CMllxcau
flu M Yw Hiyi Alwiyj h&
W f T Vf 110 f
If you feed Coulon's Improved Mash
Your hons will bo cackling over
froeh laid eggat throo tlmoa as many
aa they would lay without this food,
You will help yourselves and help ua
It you do your buying in our lino from
Good llteraturo on poultry raising
TILLSON & CO.
151 HIGH ST. Phono 1S5
Of all tarle
nently cured in a few days
without a aurglcal operation or
detention from bueineaa. No pay
vrlll ba accepted until tho pa
ttest la comoletelr aatlsled.
Writ or call on THE FIDELI
TY RUPTURE OURE. 214
8wetlaBd Bldg, Portland, Ore,
Tho only cash dra 0
owea no one, ana
counters u o"-- cavi
wl.fl.- .. W""'
aruoiea, " , BSTm
virt for aediciaal TJ
cnna f. rec-ur w .
"' " j
dno. and B B" ,..,.
tatloaa are t"Z
f and oay K&r.tA
his drug a.-ftl
la toe Bor
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