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x Tfe l out of o rder Mr, 6REGONi'MObAy,UOUST 10, 1008. -.'.ui n o b-4 7 I 3 PICNIC i,pr of the Gor- in and friends annual picnic Sunday o Savngo grovo. i-roa-eslded and delivered ilrcss. Ho was given ,,h vwln made its first U lod by tho direc- Lessen, and Bang bov- "nnealin aui uor lw.ir.ht nm Rhcln," Absented," and "Wcr Uoencn Wald," woro effect by 12 male Lrman-Amerlcnns sang I Tmisend Stimmon," Lily applauded. ue Tasto gavu u rwi- Lerschor sang thoir accompanloment ana La! not bcon heard in tome time, and these fclonal music will ho Bitner ocassions. io bang s'MlBororo" a "II Troratoro," in a manner without oc Tho largo audlonco ladles and gontlomon went wild with cnthus- Ei splendid rendition of e from tho Italian. JNIedcrkrono sang "Dlo and was heartily np ( composed of Gort- ora NIcdorkrono, I3or- ilirtha Corodl, Martha illle Hopf sang another :cn of 15 minutes, Mr. j (be Mnrsollalso nnd La jlog tho nudlonco by thowed hlnuolf a credit i of Bhoo-slilnorfl. odl recited "FruollnR- Tas warmly applauded Itlon. Tho soxtetto sane ; with flno effect. ihler, A. E. Dcsowitsch, temer of tho Portland wre prcsont at tho pic- la Hopf prcsontor "Das tur." William Hopf re- foel und dlo Drol Hcf- a Corodl gavo "Da This concluded tho pro e afternoon which wni T much. tresses woro mado in leveraf speakers, who i tho splendid audlonco t success of tho first 'ring. I tho German-American W grow and extend lti Nee In tho community. wd nuts woro served to R and leraonado to tho COablo at Hniiir. 3n and women who aro 1 not disposition, its the r una m yoursoir that PJ around tho house, lit l0rrv vnn et i..... - Y. J Herblno and put your , ...." nna everybody 1 Till feel imttn.. t per bottle. Sold by - o . IK llftl XfATMrrm fiJJe & Co , prices current, t Place: -I market wniin.M a treat -.... ...... ",k a wnat little bus- MnU -"';a nas been at about ' ThO Onlv lnlnrA.lln Ae time being l3 tho crop 3 Sowing crop n New Wa needs rain, as somo f Is absolutely essential : "." u, orr. From 01 the atato reports como tr0D. npnrlv nit a , Of last VMr .Mi. h around 30.000 bales. W OreCOn nfnmt ... F'J all indications of n ftn... - wui lau lrM year 0wlne t0 the wnT0;rrc.vcro- m the eoatlnenVcon. tl I na " nothing tW and harveat nr and Bohemia will "op, and England an f.2S2'? ! - tuuice, K 1867 ::: 8 9 - jrirae, ml nv ': 6 7 .. medium, STAYTON TIMES HAS BOUQUET FOR SALEM Tho citizens of this portion of Marion county havo bcon very en ergetic In itholr efforts to raiso tho necessary amount of bonds to secure tho extension of tho Oregon Electric from Salem to Stnyton. Our cltlzono mean business nnd had boon assured by several resi dents of tho stato capital that help would bo given tho ontorprlso very materially by that town. According to tho latest authentic reports there is very llttlo hopo that wo aro to rccelvo .financial aid from tho town of Salem, but thcro aro among Its residents pcoplo who re alize tho benefits to bo derived from tho extension of tho Oregon Electric to tho richest portion of Marlon county. Wo aro nwaro of tho fact that 8a dem Is easily satisfied and takes whnt Bho can got without effort, but Stayton and this section as woll as tho balance of tho towns nnd ham lets on nil tildes of us want trans portation facilities. To thoso who havo bcon so dcoply Intorested Itf Salem arid havo spent thoir tlmo and money to got tho oloc-. trie lino proposition boforo tho peo ple, wo extend our heartfelt thanks, but wo also suggest that ouch cnor gtlc citizens should "hiovo to a com munity that Is wldo awake. It Is not Impossible to lay out and oporato a prlvato lino from tho southeastern part of Marlon county and thoro Is capital enough hero to do bo, but wo aro always nwako to tho opportunities and aro ready to asilst every cntorpriBo that is n di rect ndvnncomont nnd a bonoflt to tho cntlro soctlon. DOWNWARD COURSE. .,, ' 5 Fast Ilt'liif; Realised by Snlem Tco- lIe. A llttlo backacho at first. Dally increasing till tho back is lamo nnd weak. Urinary orders quickly follow. Dlnbctcs and finally Brlght's dis ease This is tho downwnrd courso of kidney Ills. Don't tnko this courrfo. Follow tho advlco of a Salem cltlzon. N. S. Wllklns, of 239 Llborty street, Salem, Oro., says: A num ber of years ago tho doctors told 'mo my kldnoya woro In bad shupo. I camo west on nccount of tho troublo, thinking tho chnngo of cllmato would hold mo, but nothing I did gavo mo rollof In splto of tho uoo of remedies and medlcnl trcntment. On procur ing Donn's Kidney Pills I found them tho best medicine' I ovor usod. At tho tlmo I got thorn I wns suffering from an Intonso burning sonsntlon as If two llvo coals woro placod direct ly ovor tho kldnoys, tho socrotlona from tho kidneys woro Irregular and unnatural. After using two boxes of Donn's Kldnoy Pills, I did not hnvo tho lenst pain In my ba.ck or troublo with tho kidneys. I glvo all tho crodlt to Donn'a Pills." For snlo by all dealers. Price GO conts. Fostor-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, Now York, solo agonts for tho United States. Itomembor tho namo Doan's and tnko no other. Thanks to Friends. Messrs. Poplmm and McKlnnoy tnko thin means of thanking tho vory kind neighbors nnd friends for tho Jnnny acts of goodness bestowed up on thorn In their tlmo of sorrow. We earnestly pray that when death knocks at thoir door, thoro will bo just as willing and rendy .hands to sorvo thorn. MARION COURT HOUSE MATTER8 Upon tho potltlon of tho resident? or school district No. 107, tho dis trict boundary board yesterday ad ded 30 sections of tlmberland to the district. District 107 is In tho east ern part of Marlon county on tho north fork of Silver cwok. The ad dition will enable tho residents of tho district, which horetoforo was a vory Bmall one, to levy taxes and orcct a suitable school bul)dng to take tho place of tho Inadequatp ono now In use, Tho new county bridge across Butto creek near Martin is almost completed. The piers aro of con crete, and Bupport a 100-foot span. When completed the structure will bo one of tho finest In tho county. County Judgo Bushoy has Isaued n order appointing George W. Dob- noy special referee In the matter of the will of John M. WJlllaruB, de ceased, for tho purpose of taking the testimony of G. K. Stannard and Christine Peterson as to tho execu tion of the Instrument purporting to be the laot will and testament of X M. Williams. IN MEMORY OF MRS. ELVA. McKINNEY POPnAM Died, ht hor homo on tho old Mc Klnnoy farm, whero Bho was born, August 3rd, 1908, nt 4:30 p. m., Mrs. Elva McKlnnoy Popham. Mrs. Poplmm loft a husband, mothor, six Bisters and three broth ohs. who deonly mourn thoir loss. All wore present at the funeral ex cept Mrs. E. J. Bowor, of Spokano, who la nt prcsont In Now Mexico with her son Paul. Mrs. Popham was 39 years old July 1905. Her married life was of five years, had sho lived to August Gth. Sho was over ready to do some thing to mako others happy and was wonderfully devoted to hor peo plo nnd her homo, as sho floated away along tho river 'of Tlmo. Tho Xunoral sorvlccs wero hold. In tho M. E. church In Tumor, August Gth, Rev. Davis Errott of Snlom of flclatcd, and his sermon -will truly ovor bo remembered by thoso who lieard him. "Beautiful Inlo of Some whoro" was vory sympathetically rendered by Stlckwcll Cornollus and Mrs. Robertson. Tho soft, gentle strains of all tho, music as tho wore waftor on tho air fell soothingly on tho mourners' cars and will ever livo grcon In memory, for Elva loved music. Tho services nt -tho" Twin Oak comotery woro vory Impressively, conducted by tho Rebokah lodgo of Aumsvlllo, which also acted as pall bcarors. Tho long funeral cortege and tho beautiful floral offerings spoke in oro than words for tho es teem In which Elvn was hold. Oro gonlau plenso copy. The Story ora Medicine. Ita namo "Golden Medical Discovery was suggested by ono of Its most Import ant and valuable ingrodlonts Goldaa Seal root. Nearly forty years ago, Dr. Plerco dis covered that ho could, by tho uso of pnro, trlplo-roflnod glycerine, aided by a cer tain degree of constantly maintained heat and with tho aid of apparatus and appliances doslgncd for that purpose, ox tract from our mo3t valuaBlo nattvo mo dlclnal roots their curativo properties much bettor than by tho uso of alcohol, so generally employed. So tho now world famed "Golden Medical Discovery," foi mo cure oi weaic siomacn. lndiirMtinn. n vsiwDMa. tornld liver, nr blllminnivu ami IrwlrM (temn!TinipnLa wns flni m.j. Why Jnines Leo Got Well. Evorybody In Znnesvlllo, O., knows Mrs. Mary Lco.of rural routo 8, Sho writes: "My husband, James Leo, firmly bollovcs ho owes his lifo to tho uso of Dr. King's Now Discov ery. Ills lungB woro so sovoroly af fected that consumption Boomed in evitable, when n frlond recommend ed Now Dlacovory. Wo tried It, and its uso has restored him to perfect, health." Dr. King's Now Dlacovory Is tho King of throat nnd lung remedies. For coughs nnd colds It hns no equal. Tho first doso gives rollof. Try ltl Sold under guaran tee at J. C. Perry's drug storo. GOc. and ?1.00. Trial bottlo frco. o New Corporations. Grango Fair Association; princi pal ofllco, Grcshnm; capital stock, $5000; incorporators, J. M. Short,' A, F. MUlor, H. E. Davis, John Slorot and Lowls Shattuck. Dr. Oliver O. Flotcher Chemical Co.; principal ofllco, Portland; cap ital stock, $100; Incorporators, E, D. Johnson, Ollvor O. Fletcher nnd John C. Shillock. o . Excellent Health Advice. Mrs. M. M. Davidson, of No. 379 Glfford avenuo, San Jose, Cat,, says; "Tho worth of Electric Bitters as n general family remedy, for head ache, biliousness and torpor of the liver and bowels Is so pronounced that I am prompted to say a word in Its favor, for tho bonoflt. of thoBo seoklng rollof from such nflllcUons. Thoro Is more health for tho diges tive organs In a bottle of Electrio Bitters than In any other remedy I know of." Sold under guaranteo at J, C. Perry's drug store. DOvc. o , G. D. Trotter, Stayton, Is enlarg ing his largo storo. T t TEA New York is too far from' Japan; San Fran cisco is nearer. Yoor tracer utenw yow mover H MU ScUUlag' Kt; pr Urn. What la Rest for Indigestion? Mr. A. Robinson of Drumquln, On- .tarlo, has beon troubled for years witn indigestion, aim recommenas Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablots as "tho best medicine I over used." If troubled with Indiges tion or constipation glvo thorn a trial. They are cortaln to prove beneficial. They nro easy to take and pleasant In effect. Price, 25 cents. Samples free at Dr. Stono's drug store. . o Stayton- Times: Monday evenlns Messrs. J. F. Robertson, E. B. Wat tora and Earl Queener returned from a fishing trip to Thomas Creok and report a fine catch of trout making an average of over ono hundred an hour for tho time (hey were fishing. d k It ever sln&o has bW without a particle of alcohol In Its malta-up. , A glancoVMhuX list of Its Ingredi ents, prlntcu oiiTJvcrv bottle-wrapper, wl I show that It Is hiaAp from tho most valuable modlclnal rootsfound ttrowlne In our American foresftJAH titoo In- rpprtrntnonil tWw no i?s ior tno fli?piwi for whi ttI inac fiWal-Tnro vor t " ) ypr .IV book of thoso cruioMnmnfrnnTrfl boon compiled by Dr. R. V. Plnrco, oi uuiiuiu, xi. x., uiiu win ix) mniica jrce any ono ashing samo by postal card, oi letter addressed to tho Doctor as abova From theso endorsement;), copied from standard medical books of all tho differ ent schools of practlco, It will bo foun that tho Ingredients composing tho" Golrt en Medical Discovery" aro advised no only for tho euro of tho abovo montlonei dlsoasos, but also for tho euro of all ca tarrhal, bronchial and throat alToctlons accompalnod with catarrhal discharges hoarseness, soro thront, llngorlin?, e hang-on-coughs, and all thoso wastln tffoctlons which, If not promptly an properly treated aro liable to tormina In consumption. Take Dr. Pierce's Dl covcry In tlmo and pomavero In Its us until you glvo It a .'lr trial nnd It la nut llkoly to disappoint. Too much must iu bo expected of It. It will not porfon miracles. It will not euro constimptloi In Its advanced stages. No medicine wll It will euro tho alToctlons that load up t oonaumptlon, if talxn in time Q. F. MASON COX CO. 247 Miller St., South Salem, manu facturer of nil kinds of boxes, crates and fruit dryer accessories. Phone 308. tf TEACHERS EXAMINATION Nptlco Is horoby given that the County School Suporintondont of Ma Ion county will hold tho regular ox imlnntlou of applicants for stnto and sounty papers at tho First M, E church, Salem, Or., as follews: For Stnto Papers. Commencing Wednesday, August 12, at 9 o'clock a, m., nnd continuing until Saturday, August 1G, at 4 o'clock p. m. Wcdnosdny Ponmanshlphlslory spoiling, physical geography, read ing, psychology. Thursday Arithmetic, theory of touching, grnmmnr, bookkeeping physics, civil government. Friday Physiology, geography, composition, algobrn, English litera ture. Saturday Botany, piano geome try, gonoral history, school law. Four County PnperH. Commencing Wednesday, AuguBt 12, at 9 o'clock n. in., and continu ing until Friday, Augtut 14, at 4 o'clock p. m. Wednosdny Pon'mntiBhlp, history orthography, reading, physical goog raphy. Thursday Arithmetic, theory of toaching, grammar, physiology. Friday Goography, Bchool law, civil government, English llternturo W. M. SMITH, County School Superintendent 8-1-1 1-wl A FalthfHl Friend. "I have used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy since It was first introduced to the public In 1872, and have never found one Instance where a cure was not speedily effected by Its use. I have been a commercial traveler foe 18 years, and never start out on a trip without this, my faithful friend." says H. S, Nichols of Oakland, Ind. Ter. When a man has used a remedy for 3G years be knows its value and 13 competent to speak. For sale by Dr. Stone's drug stor,. . O" THE REST ROAtfT Tin FAMILY EVER HAD Can be obtained from onr pri ender and juicy beef, muttos o; pork. All our meats are lelwt from the cholceat, and prepared fo 'be table to suit Or demands ef th 'Mtldlous. Our prices are lower fo luallty than you eaa Ind at aai ylace In Salera, E. O. CROSS, I'boae 861. 878 StoU wmtmrnmammmmmmmmmmmmmmMM E. ECKERLEN Family Liquor Store I J 44 Commcxcial St. Free Deliveey Salem, Oregon : : W. I. STALEY, Principal A llvo business training school. Endorsed by business men. Tho cchool whoso grnduatosj'sccurd positions nnd hold thorn. Living ex penses low. Schobl In continuous session. Sond for Catalogue. -vi PHONOGRAPH At homo, In tho ovo'hing, with nn Edison, Phbnogrnph to nmko things llvoly what better combination can bo Imagined? Stop nnd think of this, father of a family, on your way homo, and then stop In and hear tho Edison Phonograph nnd havo one sont homo. A very Binnll prelimin ary paymqnt will mako It yours. Ii. F. SAVAGE, 1 217 Commercial Street. ' ' a Jt "JMIW mmm? .. tmBJ?! THE HDTfiL LENOX Portland's now nnd most niodernly furnished hotol, Third and Main streots, fronting on tho beautiful City Plaza and adjacent to builnosa cantor. Free bus to and from trains. Up-to-dnto grill. Exce"nt cuisine. Tolophono In overy room. Private Ibnths. ICtiropcan Plan, $1 to $2.00 Per Day, Aniurlenu Man, $2.50 to $ t Per Day. O. H. SPKNOKR, MaHager ' IM I f We Launder Ladles' Shirt Waists and White Skirfo Just Right. W6 gniarantoo to. All of our shlrtwalsta are carei fuly washed with a ttroxlfol noutrnl soap, starchod Just whero they. should bo tfxu-chod and Ironed by experts who havo mado Bhlrtivnltnt Ironing a, opoclal stiudy. Wo nro pleasing tho most caroiul dressers In the city with our shlrtwnlBt work nnd aro euro wo can y?leuno you. May we have a trial, SALEM LAUNDRY COMPANY To!. 25 136-106 B. Liberty St. 2; READY TAitVORED'.CLOTHES f? FOR WELU DRCS5,ED. sfff new. f& - m si r a s i r w J tfUti&W jm i PRtCE RCiOE 20 TO 40 MMM ' J' RACIiVE FHET. 10c por Ia'r, 3 for 2Co; 20 por cont rodvcllon on walsta anrf5 jnuslln undor wear; 20 p1"" cout "uc 1lon on chlnn vare, OOLDKN nvW RAZAAU Mrs, D. T. 8wa IrIn Y .M. O. A. Iluliain ' Salem Fence Works Ucadqaarter fer Waves Wire Feaciag. Poultry Netting, Pickets, Gates Haltbold RoosHg, P. & D. Reaaj Roofing, Screes .Doors aa4 Aa jaatable Wlt-dow Bcrwu, CKAS. D. lULUiiN Agricultural College Corvjillls, Oregon. Offors collegiate courso In Agricul ture, Including Agronomy, Hortlcul. turo, Animal Husbandry, Dairy Hub bandry, etc.; Forestry, Domestic Science nnd At; Civil, Electrical, Mechanical and jMlnlng Engineering; Commerco; Phnrnrac'y. OfTora elementary courses In Agri culture, .Forostry, Domostlc Sclencoj and Art, Commerco, and Mechanic Arts, Including forgo work, cabinet making, steam fitting, plumbing, machine work, etc. Strong faculty, modern equip ment; freo tuition; open Soptembor 25. Illustrated catalogue with full In formation on application, to tho Reg istrar, free. 7-31-8-W3 H IH OKRMAN RArfERY AXli CONFKOTIONE1 XX Now under new managomor i3riiir.KHI.vn n. oniiuuiiimi v I'ronrietom Complete lino of fresh and un-i Bio-date bakers aooda dollveredl al v&rU of tho city free,-, m'e are proud of our party$ tad wedding cakos, delivered on snort notice, (Jive us a trtlal is all wo ask. 'i HJkro corfiw Twelfth and Che- raoketa 8t: Phase Main 961. jl Great Chiae Doctor Ii. JM. HUM Hau medlcluu which will cure any knows dlseaso. He makes a special ty or, and guarantees to cure Catarrh Asthsna, Luag, Throat, RheutaatU'w, Debility, Stomach, Liver, Kldaey Troubles; aUo aay blackened lee awolfoa aoreaese, broken IImIhi; ( malftpox; Epidemic; ' all kladsef Soils, Lost Manhood, Female Weak UinimnfllttWKJICH FEMALE! .M' rnl Trouble and Paralyse- MmUl Iml UPILLI.! Consaltatfon f rw. Care of YUk Jl tUw, (tam arn ttt lmim HVf IBtWM T lAlt. JWhl M wiun wjMf 4.iq9 m jnmtf AA K-uT..U .KwllTong Co,, ChlaeM dHge as Or, .1 f ?me to . 1 1 &jLmx UHja m retj:t co . 74, u'.mc. .. MtlMlmmmi . - . .a .- 1.111 a : . . . - .-T- r.t .