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THE SALEM CAPI-AL JOURNAL, 8AL2M. OKTMOX, MONDAY. MAT 3, WIS.
LzWy Interest Is Shown in Journal Carriers' Contest THREE Xhe Fairest Bargain Ever Put Out by the Hot Point Company A better and more generally useful appliance than any offered heretofore as a Hotpoint Week Specialty ; : PERSONALS ! l itur ill IS i A SPRING TONiS '. Z. Kandnll wns in Portland ln v. K. T. Husselle is i visitor in Portland K. 1. Ilc-nnis, of Turner, is lu'ie to- ,tny. today, S. T. Smith, of Dallas, was h.ro yes terday. Hlherf Thompson was a weekend vis itor in I'urtlnn.l. I'r. 11. C. Kploy it n.l wife were in I'nrtlnnd yesterday. N. K. Tyler, uf Hounu VistH. is a UILDING BETWEEN I Delivering tnul selling newspapers has ; been tin- stinting point in nnuiv n. : t'ul careers, mid thce hovs who aio ' S handling routes are embryo businessmen i j whoso success in this field ju , , measure bo indicative of the icsultsj they tuny achieve later en in if,, 'ii,,.,. ' deserve encouragement 0,011 those tho 'v ; serve regularly every evening, ns ,,,.'Y : go over their routes. 110 matter how i,i clement the iventher. nn.l ... .. .: This is a, picture of the bicycle which when other hnvs mnv he . 1 : visitor iiere today. will bo given as the grand prize in the . creation. Their -pat nuts, through this '"'m Lewis and wile went to Tort- Capital Journal's carriers' contest. It contest, which is restiieted t tlio regu- """'""K- may be soeu on exhibition at Morse Js lnr carriers, have an opportunity to W '"' ' ,v'ls " 1"1!i",'ss visitor here Eainsden's, (assist and encouniRe then. I,v pi, vine s' rtliiy from Independence. ; for their paper in. advance or helping '''' ""mr' and wife, of Jefferson, The Capital Journal curi:e'rs' contest ! them to secure new suhscrll 1. : were visitors here vostcnliiv. riunn .inner, taiiroa.l eomniissiuner, went til Portland this morning, .1. W. Hill, Wells i'lirgu superinten- lent, was in the citv vestenlav VALLEY AID COAS I Do Not Miss the Chance of getting one of these stoves at the greatly reduced price. n-OOOOBHHHH0HHH00 I follows: Hnlley Hunt 211,570 I.loyd .Welntyrc 17.225 J nn on Runnel! 12.10(1 Wesley Hammond 10,ii(l5 Wm. I'hiistiiinee i,S"5 Philip Kingly. 11,710 Phillip Klliott 7,1!I,N Noah White ,r).li25 W. Duvis N.(ilt) I.oren Simpson 11,450 Klton Thompson 5,510 Clark Craig 2,1 It) Uobin Fisher 1,140 Hurland Kunson ti.io Leslie Bluo 05 List of Contestants. Names of curriers risible to enter the contest, and the number of their routes, are: I Kobbin Fisher. 3 Nouh White. 4 .Tames Bunnell. 5 Wm. McLaren. i Warren Scott, 7 Hnllie Hunt. H Floyd .Vlclntyrc. II Wm. Reinkie. 10 Elton Thompson. 11 Wesley H. Hammond. 12 Phillips Klliott. 13 I.oren Simpson. 14 Henn Howard. 15 Ward Davis. Clark Jl. Crnig. 1 Harry tlson. IS liuyinond Barton. Ill Philip Kindle. 20 Wm. Christiance. 22 W. Tristan Edniiiinlsun. 21! Edward H. Edniiiiulsoii. 21 Vernon Tyler. ; was alive with interest all last week. I more to. rewind the boys fur 'faithful I j mis morning a outlet box full of votes 1 service than for any other purpose that j was counted, although most of the bovs j these prizes are given, mi, I the public are holding back many of their huge ! ought to tnke n reasonable interest in coupons, evidently trying to keep their j it tor the same reason. ..-in cut'iiKiu u uiiKuown quantity un-' 1110 result or loony s count of votes 111 nearer tne close. Last week a special prize of 5,000 votes was offered to the carrier making the largest collection for the week on ! his route. This was a close contest mid 1 the boys broke a record bringing iu i the money. Clark Craig, No. Id, was I the winner when the returns were all j checked up. I This week a special prize of 5000 votes : will be awarded to the carrier who brings in the largest number of new sub scribers. Subscriptions for one month or longer will count, but the longer the subscription is fur the more votes will be nwnrded on it. This interesting little contest among tho carrier boys will close May 15, and subscribers who would like to show their appreciation of the good service given, by the boy on their route can help him out by paying a subscription in advance, or by assisting him to get new subscribers. This is not a popular voting contest in the general sense, be cause it is confined exclusively to the carrier boys, and is really a test of their ability to get business among their patrons.. It also gives the Capital Journ al an opportunity to reward the boys by distributing some vuluablo presents among those who work hardest to se cure business. These prizes will include j a ijiiiO bicycle, $10 in money, $5 iu ! money, $2.50 in money, n bicycle lamp, bicycle pump, carriers' bag, and dob- . sibly some other articles. .They will be j ! awarded by votes bnsed on new sub-1 seriptions brought in and the amount of money collected by the boys during the 1 contest, as a reward for the sppcial ef j forts they put forth. Qld Reliable Hood's Sarsaparilla Is Pleasant and Effective. T11 the spring your blood Is Impure nnil weak, eruptions appear on your, fneo mid body, yon luck vitality, sitien.y:tU nnd animation, your aptie lite is poor and you fool all (bod out. Get J looit's Sai'supiirllln from any (IruyKl.-M. It combines' Junt the mom, barks, herbs and other aubt-tancoa that you need. U parities nnd RtrcnqtlieiiR tho Moid ii.-il:es the rieli led blood Hint yo,i mi'-t be ve to feel v.oll. loo'.t well, cnt nnd .sleep well. Thin Is conflrnied by thousitmlM of louors from people in nil purls of tho touiitry. Hood's Hiusnparllla ta the best Fprina; meOtclpe. but 1b not simply a spring ineitiilne !t is an all-the- year-round blood porlller and tonlo. I Heineniber It has Rt.iod the test of I'mpiestioiinblv one of the biggest . foitS' 'rs. Bo sure to get Hood's, pieces of development work to be . ' nd set It today. dertaken the coming slimmer and the , - - -- - UM which means mora for the Willmn- fiolie ;ind the niusie mnv come after ette valley, than nay other one thing ' the job is done. is tin. pro), use. I connecting up of the The thiill that the en Frcm Independence To King's ValSey This Sum- ! n:sr Extended Later j American gets, this volunteer British army, comes with the knowl- Miss Kllen Thiolso,, went ,0 ,'orvallis into the KileU Umh,.r Tl ,. I 2 ' , Z L u , " 'L i..' .. .... 1. . . . 1 . i '"'. "net, riiiirouil lietween In- .rubbing elbows with ... ... .. on mo ... iriuieiiee ami .11110 nntl the exten .-....ii.. una morning inr rorttaiiit. sion ot the line from King 's vallev . Miss lOll.t.i TI,t.,U..,. ....... ... 1 ' 11:.. l..v . 1 . Saturdny to attend the junior prom i'. a. 10111111, 01 Auinsville, was a Sunday visitor with Or. H. P. Pound. -Mrs, I,. 1,. Mieklin returned yester day from a week's visit at McMinu ville. Miss Tina T,. Patterson, of Poitland, was 1111 over Sundny guest with Mrs. K. W. Wallace, llistl 'll street. C. T. Pomeroy nnd wife and Fred S. Uynim and wile iiiotci.ed to Portland yesterday in the Pomeroy car. Arthur Laflar, manager of the Al bany Amusement Co., was hero over Sunday visiting with his parents. The father nud brother of V. A. II. Uobinson, ol' Sunnyside, arrived today from Chicago, to make their home with him, ll. H. Westbrook and wife were in Salem yesterday visiting with fiienils. Mr. Westbrook is innniiger of the Al bany hotel. Airs. ,1. W. linker mid H, M. linker, if Poiiluiid, Were visitors here veter day, with the family of P. T. Mills, 145 North Fourteenth street. K. A. Muiicoy, general ngent for the Wells Fargo Express company, with headiuarters lit Portland, was here yesterday on company business. limit llritaiii is nlrenily Innlt and in operation be-1 uiitiiry military systei 1 crii nn in. nun K,ng s valley, one of ; and the Puited States. ...e r enest little valleys in the state, I Through all the long ynter, back iu nnd the right i.t way is practically se-the Uritisl, Isles, I saw men in silk cured between Independence and Ail'lie ) hats, in .I rbies, iu brig coats, in short when the construction work will be be-'coals, in hunting coats, iu street clothe-, gun. I his year s'work will involve an Ll, illin , n, hi,.., ,,,,.1 .. expenditure of about :I0(I,000. mulching, their faces were alwavs set I CITY HALL NEWS I I H II .1 ' . ... . . ... woniiiu, mo mun win, .li.l the ! determiuedlv. Now I see the same men picliminary engineering work and the M.,e, in klinki and caps. They are hero ua.jorport.on 0 the construction work: )(,e,,,,se they are forced to'be i,erj n 1, ( regon l.lectrie, will havo charge forced by something within themselves Hnnn J i . , M'T thM J-to be here but because they I I' 1 . V !'f m'7r",, ""i 1 -I'tfrmine,! to be here, i e a li .,r?riV'd'T,'M' .'Vr1 1 Tbaf. the British army of lodnv lit Airlie, a ilistuilce of 12 miles, is rapidly 1 1 ll i- front tha "L 7JXinlT , " , "'"T";'1 : ' l''" f tl"1 rmy at church thin si.uie .-nuri-ii in any corner or tne nrn- ish Isles on any Sunday morning. Ho didn't mention war, uor the nearness continued unmoved, telling hnw hard it mnv be, sometimes, to lead n Christian life. His text was about Thomas, the dis ciple who would not believe Christ In, I 'risen until ho hud seen, for himself, Fred Kurtz dropped iu at t.ie polio station this morning upon the informal invitation of Officer Vnrney nud eon- . tnbiited fill toward the running ex- SECOND MARION CO. COEN SHOW: were nwnre thnt corn of such splendid ! l' uses of the city for spieling his auto. type eoul.l be grown ami tared in ' Kurt an id he broke his speedometer Under the Direction of Luther j., the Willnmctto alley. ijust belore he broke the city u.diiiniifc Chapin, County Agriculturist All Al,v. l'oron . ' -Marion and Polk hut that he did not think the old car Prizes Awarded by Capital National ' ounties is eligible to compete for the would go ilO miles an hour. Bank of Salem . '.I'"'. offered. There is no entry fee.: .. I Premium List. ' There were but two sleepers nt the The Second .Marion Countv Cor,,' "'T"'-v n-v nirrrominunity: jcity ju,l tins ,nr g, ami the total for Marion Countv Show will be held in Sulem, December 1-4, IWla. The interest, manifesteil in THE ELECTRIC COMPANY State and Commercial Streets Phone 85 1st prize ... 2d prizu the first, corn show which was held last I ,m "Z November and the grentlv increased! 18 acreage being planted to corn this year : varied v assure tho success nt the mi, 1,.ri !,;,. . Pr."o . . . " !.II0 forking On Road United States Is Among IhroughMcKenzie Pass: Poorest Potato Kaisers I on In in 'be., May 3. One of tho Of the nnlatn umwinir cninitrl... nt !!',''! 'I.",":,,""t l"'i'''ts which the fa-; the world, the United States stands Wn.tio.i ; ., , 10aa ?0"-; third from the bottom in yield per acre, servi.p h:. ni,,inrt,,L.. : . , ,i, mail con ation .ii Oreion it, .n.nn.....:.- ?"h the counties, is Cut f iL vr... ! '"i the newly issued bulletiu of tho f''nzc highway along the river of thnt I University uf Oregon entitled "Mar- f';. . '"J-tv-five miles of this roadikets for Potatoes." Th , "I """"''V fu0rest bt.ndary. U is i the method of culture rather l travel I , ?, tno,""1"1 artcriethan from poor soil conditions that the tk. Wil -,,',',Hffn ." "' Vrgon ""'K'nitcd States lulls be.iind other conn-4i-p,,.,. ' , , , ''o a tries. Tho average yield in tjerniany , , ' t" Kugene, itsji,, 11,12, for example, was 223 bushels; vera finiiuus. tn k III... ., ! '. ' last si,!,. ,.i ti ,' , , . , ' " 11 111 i"U Lintea ntntes it was 1 1.1.4 LUSH- . . ...... j-ioin Local corn shows Arn lieinw t,lu..nn.ll ' . e " for several of the smaller towns of tho 4th,'r'''!, county and it is planned to have thee: , ,1',"' ,. ' ' exhibits shown nt the county show. I lst ' The liberal cash prizes for the entire! . '' " show are given by the Capital National i T., ')r'.''e for iisVws slmV " ' " 4'" J'"" , , , ' '.. Com is fast gaining n place in the,','' ' "r"1 ,H""r', cropping schemes of many of tho best ', ,'!;' T tanners of the county and as its value, ... ' becomes better known and the fact that j'th " it can be successfully and profitably est ,ft",,ars .illt''''fiei'1i'' grown is more gi rally recognized it : will plav a more prominent part in the i . , ' agriculture of the Willamette Valley. I oV '" The increased acreage this vear is, 7.. due iu lantn nart tn the sidi.iwli.l hn-.l . ''ll V "e . " I - " I w..v .. ! . linr lunde last winter. T-Vw i.nriti.t.u ' " 1 , 1st prize i . Li ' . 2d prizo I .id prizo I 4th prize : liest 12 ears sweet corn (ripe): l.i.iiu tlie nionlii ol April who claimed the lO.OOj hospitality of the city was III. This is Ilibbon . considerably less than IW Mnn h, when cut field corn any! 101 were given lodging. In Febriinry I'll npprnroil, and iu .laiiuary S'J sought i-'iHillie downy com lies of Hie basemen! jail, S.ilO Officers Vnrney ami Stubl.s 'were Hibbon ; honked on thn police blotter lust month "W dent any variety:. as the arresting olfi.ers in more eases ji-"" than any of the other ol'ti s un the '1-00; force, Varnev's name iioiieais iu 2li arrests and Stublis' in I.",. Officer Nicholson appeared iu i. i tit' eases, nnd Wnitc. Victor ami Chief Welsh in ,n ""lelleh. T hteiilnl iiiiimIi.h' ..I' i.ir..l t-0'1 the in on t Ii was 41, and the cash fines 2.110, eolleeteil ,..n .I...I I.. . ''I I Horn proiiiiiient citizens of Indepeiid once, who are fiiiuiliur with the sitiin ti.. n l,,,...i., :. :u ,. , road from Airlie into King vallev tups ! 'j!' r"'',Vi' i .''"r'' " hyy one of the richest funning regi'ons in I "'', ' .""rN h "'K. .nt h Western Oregon and that when the rond is connected up with Independence, af fording nn outlay for the products of that valley, they e t to see some greut strides in agricultural develop ment in thr.t ue.iti.i,, IV... a:..,:., i. :.. proposed to extend 'the line t n,ilhl l'ril" nl' t'1" "nils. head of the Siletz river iu Lincoln conn- ! , "r','l,,.v ' '"' lli'1' "wdien we doubt, ty to tup a wonderfully rich body f , '"' ""' "" "f t'"1 Ml,il" for 11:1 virgin timber. ' I u ,,'1, ' hrist iippeared in person to The estimated cost of construction be- I".'"' ""''"Hi'iinto Thomas and curried (ween Independence and Ail'lie is if.'IOtl, i '"' uv,'r torrent of doubt, lint we 000, which work will be performed th'el'"" 'nidge tl hasm hetw i doubt coining summer, but it is not expected i"1"' l"'1'1'1' '' '"ilh nud wi) must sipmre thnt the roud will be extended into the"'"t ""' liv,'N ,0 "ur '"'bet'." Siletz until the lumber market o s That was the tone of his serilinu. llo up mid the depression in the money wn "" 'i'uest person. His huge tan murket is relieved so ns to make it i.iivi"'""'K w,'rp disclosed beneath his gown, tn develop the lumber industry in Wi st-! 1 "' ''"""r his chaplain 'a coat showed cm mm nun custom Line., In counties ut, the head of the Siletz. It is under stood that the nltimute intention of the promoters of the Valley & Silelz rail road is to extend on from the bond of lln' nrti i lie Mletz to .Newport, n dislnn f about AO miles, which will afford a short cut from the valley to the seaside nud niiike tnueling to nnd from this popular summer resort, more convenient mul much eheiiper route. thllll the pieseut .... Kibliou corn any t 2..10 I. oil 1.00 ears popcorn: Mtti'tle to tl, flv". an old forest boundary at Itliieland mo.e els. Longer rotation, tiui.e fertilizing ' WOMAN IN BAD CONDITION Restored To Health by Lydia E. Piinkham's Vegeta ble Gmpound. Henry Towne,o, who was nircsted yesterday nnd booked nl the police sta tion on a ilninl. charge, tin telle, I his $111 bail this iiioruing when he did no! appear before !l o'.ln k to answer to the charge, ,1. A. MeClean a,: arreted this ,itll ' R 1 i '" ' " r'; """"g M-tn.-.-ii mm- .,i,K,iM r.iei-uii- iiniri Ullll .'.no 3.00 l.r.n ft:!: DIED I'M'I.TON At ii local hospital, May 2, l!M5, John A. Pulton, at the age it, 4!l years. Tho body is now nt the underliikn.g parlors of Webb A. lough awaiting the arrival of n brotlier and a sister, Mrs. M. Isbister, both nf Spokane. Piiucnil services will be held tomorrow, Kev. P. T. Porter of I'ieinting, with interment at the Odd Pelluws' ceiueterv. 1st. prize f 2..ri0 3d l.rize .1.1 prize 1. 00 rtest single cm dent field corn, liny variety: 1st, prize $ 2..HI 2d prize I ..10 3d prize 1. 00 Printed iiistrin tious ami rules may he secured from Luther .f, Chapin, county ngriculliiiist. the depot pint form while the train was J"r)(j discharging passengers, This is an or .li.i.iii,,. in riiu.l (UIS-.I-.I ll.t (lie C1IV council to safeguard the passengers ol the coiiipany, nud its eiiforeemeiit is u diliciilt nuttier. I'l'LTuV - At the Oregon slnlo In,. pital, Salem, Oregon, Siimluy, May 2, llllo, John A. Pulton, aged 41, yeurs, of tuberculosis. Deceased was a na tive of Holland nud wus committed to tho hospital from M iillnoinuli county. above it. lie won, a watch on his wrist nud he consulted it from time tn time. A lieiitcniint of arlillerv sat nt I the organ, on his military cullar was ry emblem of bursting shell. The nn, liem e was in kliuki except tor a score it' nurses in blue. Tommy Atkins, bless his heart, wm not there. This was ail midii'iiee of Knglisii citizens, wh you might hnvii found In any. church in lOnglnnd on thhl bright Sunday morning, come over hern In Prance to .lo their duty, and the person wns talking to them as simply as a person can tnlk whit is trying In help folks along in their solution of their problems of lift, and death. It wns the same way lit the rootbull game this uflcruoon. The distant run noil rumbled then, alio. I tull.cil to ln nrlists t' ii in liiti Chelsea All club wlm had I iu the buttle of Vprfi mul who were lis hardened veterani, of war as Napoleon ier knew. I talk ed to a botrher from the west end ol Londo'ii. I talked to a curpenter. I snw a Ciimluiilgn mun und a horse ter rier playing football, side by side. This crowd wasn't Hindi) up of Tom my Atkins, the professiitnul soldiers. It was John Hull on tho job. The world has never before seen an other army like this Puglish one, men who i'iiii be counted almost iu millions, encli mun his own man's iiiiiu; each mail doing his duly becauso soiiicono within him hud forced him tu do it; 1 :,.i.,'l t.ln.-iii.r t,. II... lut I At nny rate, we can nil bo thankful , Cm i;... u,in,i' l.i,u..le ,.. I,., in. thnt we don't amount tit as little as the! tie gallery in his castlo buck home. I in-iiiours iuiuh we no, cultivation, and more and bet-i Montpelier, Vt "Weiiave btpbI i ,tirlv ei . ?'" ,1"'rc a'''r wd, are necessary to enable this i faith In your remedies, roud. Thp pminiv ',....- ... T ;, i .ii,. nuprov, ,,,,,,,! tllig ,mrt 0f,qnnlity with .,, ,, rili.rs 8 tho hi iu ,,,) ' ,'" I"'"", icvei- oomians, suvs tho bulletin, ptherg ' ' ' r,'lo,'t'Ug in still, Menus of bettering tho general indus '"t'b.e'u ''",'",,""'tl011 within the. try in Oregon and elsewhere arc sug He u h , i 1 . " "ow f"n- gested as follows: 1. Use of better b ".MCS Of thV.Sm,.n,?.,.",,r?, WiH!iM "'i 2' r,,tn,iUU 0f ""I'"' X '"'I'"- U, I 1:,"l' n,n;"r "tntit.li. Ho lt,,, Di,:, ,, ' '' !,u',e' '.""twoon "i ' i ur uijjtiiu'u, ' li eh " wv-ral mi! ment of pack; 4. establishing u svsteiu of co-operative marketing. Tho Helgian average yield per acre 11112 wus 313 bushels, that of lint- M 'irli t .l.i i , . . "0,", 1,cr :laii,l 2.1tt, that of Oerninnv, 223; of the N "- i n, ouiiiereii i i nited Kingdom, 177; of Canada, 17 ); I edrn, 173; of Japan, 14s; of Ar-1 HERE'S A TIP, of lava bed streti h ut rna.l .1: f r:.... in .. ..!.. 1 ' . ' .i m . . "on. trc t oii Ti . ' gentine, i.ii,. inner countries surpass-1 ana i now ieei nne. i am regular, my ""'b. wnicti iui swe -If ?''' ' inai.e I ,,. ,,e !'"' IH'rv"'.f!i"f ti.e t'nited States were Kranee, gtomach ii better and my pains have all ''kiii. . ..... Bin. t , ii is 1 1 h i lo, Switzerland, huropean Kussin, i left me. You can use py name If you 5 'iti i-l. r r.,Ti nf thn ( .,. Aiisiria iiuiigary uu.i r-pam. me oniy ,ke. I am proud of what your reme. i wM very ir- fruit ana veceiaoie ured1'arnda8niedopyVaiil Canning Demonstrated the time, would have : cold chills, and my! Mis" t'""11- ",f ,()' A- Kv" " handb and feet would 'l"ln"n""',",i."" "'1,r'"' , v'K"atl'' bloaU My stomach ''' rt" 'li botiiered me, I had , .,,, ,,,. whil; ,he frni, I "If 1 had . pain in myeule and w. .i,; t;.. Cowirill n,i,ir..,i tt,n who cliiimcl to be u abadhearlachemost ,,,, ,m,v th, whv nn.l hi.i-..f.t-,.s of the time. I.ydii ,,f entitling, the l est methods nud pro E. I'inkham'a Vege- cosccs. Many of the ladies of the city table Compound has were present ami showed their interest 'done me lots of good bv asking Ii number of pertinent ipies- The city fire depintmeiit was called out this moiniug fit 0:4', in respreise to nn alnriii tiirued in from flic residence of J. P. Wngner, at r,7j North ottage street. The ahum was etiiised by a chimney fire, which was extinguished without in, v damage to the house or contents While one engine wns at the!, eeinelerieH, his part of the u,h Wagner fire lalse alarm wa in, which that he emue out here to do well and seiu me ii'iiii n on u sun iiiiiu inr ' ikiIiIv finished. It maze wineli laile'l to innteriali.e. War Is Serious Trade for British "Tommy" (Crntiiiiit'il from Pago One.) "aid the man I .'tlK-u.. Hk'th.',. W'il do 111,1, h countries falling beht.v were Italy with Jj,., ,ave ,e for me,"Mrs. MahY This roT i thVpr'iu-!7!' h""1"''" '"'r''' A"!,,r","iB' ' GAUTillEtt, 21 Ridge St., Montpelier, Vt ("I'll .r. '' "" ""'Kfa" trains 4 utrnl ,1, '""".v niovmg between tlnn l.n .l....an ' l.nt' - " "mi u,e Willamette val- nianv eboc.'ates ufter mnrriane is be ; An lIoiic.it DoiM-nduMc .Medicine her ns t, ,. i, .,imitt,l i.v ft. minded, intelligent person, that a medi- OLD FASHIONED INNOCENCE. fProm Kmp '"in. (Kan.) Onzelte.) "I notice Iu lii-t night's (iazette you say that childnii kept in Ignorance of sex matters not Innoeent, in Ilt'Bvens iinme then, whnt rfo you cull innocence. 1 brought up to know nolhing of iii'l limners until 1 was was his duly to 'liow' that he believed not only tout mi Kiiglihuui'i s home is his ensile, but that ll Helgian 's home ami it I'r h man's homo and fiery home in nil l iv llilltioil is ft Sfieteil t.lt,.ltr tl. .,.! student of human, i, i,t(lll,.., ,v ,.M,.mi,.,, on the Kow, " I ! There 's a thiill itlu.ol l,, i,,,. ,1,., all it the Knglish n rmy that un Ainerienn eun bile thllt, ,ss. These hundreds lll.oll lillli.lleili I'lieil ; uf tl., hi. nn, w ,.,, Pu every man Jack of them sat down ami thought it all out lor himself belore nature, to n liieiol would start a daily paper; ' Pliitorrut , ' or some mi me ami charge 10 cents a copv for it I would advertise it something like this: 'If you cm, afford it, buv tne xan.v i niioerni. n, cr eignt ami , , w,,llt , ,,, r,.rrlli,lll(t ,,.,. IM ten dii'hir a week eleik nnd thon-ands i asL,.,i r... i : ,i, ,,.. Tll., hi the K'ngbsh niiny l.hulii, he's his nf others wuubl be sec, with it in their l ands every morning. ' ' IMitor and Publisher, ' ' 1 1 fttl,-. .. " '""'it uu nan way tne L. .1 - ,.t..-tl. ' T'- ftitr.il Oregno peoide claim thev. i . i. ' , cine could not live tnd grow in popularity murricl. My mother believed a girl 1 . 0 V,ll..,,,et,e v'ii.. . " ";nltB '"lv U,em "h' for nearly forty years, and to-day hold hnuld know n.-hing about the thing. v iirt"- i the Willam-lof the region, the wizard of the; a record for thousanda upon thousands that ji.i. print ,n vour pa,.r so boldly. t tn t V i'v ""'-v K to central Ore-1 streams, is old (ieorge Prizzell, who of actual cures, as has Lydia E. Pink- "'" ?!',","" k"' ,'" l!'"" their shirts. At all events, I lives st Mackenzie Hndge; and anyham'i Vegetable Compound, without I tr" "l., ' J "7 '! '"1.1", n unni : t .. .,. , .. .. t n i.a m... Household hint: U'here (hern ai, several dang. iters in the family, it is ehenper to buy face crenm by the barrel. :.e t r""' "ivide, often stop- route "'' ai"' vi"it a" i' nr. the sportsman alao possessing great virtue and actual 1 .Such medicines must be looked -both. aiinintanrc of this mighty nimrod has worth, missed much! Fishermen's Stories " ; upon and U-rmed both standard and Thp Tntimal Want Afl POtn sometime, rare gems, but r'''' 1 , dtpencUUIe by every thinking person. , 1 , . , , deeds are more wonderful than his tales., (, hnsmeSS. It IindS the I ID a n.n.l II.. 4 u-: .. . . I .. . . ,. ..I ......I. ,!,.! If s-n.i l.ounll.n.lUl.l.t.l .1 ostitrv .1 "rings tnem Into .Men mav nsn an oat . "" , - ..-"..k." """" , , 1 Si 1 0 ' , ' 11 l-ara-lise for either. I Ing; Fri'zzell will go out and return . that I-yilla Ii PIi.UIkiui'b Ve"l- POSIUOJI ami It plaCCS the T ts . . . considered a feat witnin half an hour t " n"'"le to go over this road, fish that would ii "ie Kr.tiXBS:Si:?ii'W r?,e in.,th? v"ge is 15 to 20 ma- alleeetl. i ....... . ...... ...... nlnoo t. ' ? "ay. For !,. ...... .l. r...i,..,;. nih.ov h. icnniwemiui ijnn, iiia!i.,ior-Ml. r.s.. Tt Ii.!..- . ' nK"ttsinau, ine m nn I, inr --f .- ... ... m . . 4 ,s .7"nf " the fonntrr i. tn h. .r.ctinn. sufficient to draw aii vice. our icitr win booii'nci, carrvinir Dower 13 tremen- kjj' the Mackenzie river andelaes of people, and its completion ' ron, anil n.nMvrel hv a womun I i . "' The presiding genius1 will lie worthy of a celebration. nd lMtli Its fiirietC 'frtMW tOOXSl It is small, but its ma I I- ULLLK1 UIN'iS I FULLERTON'S 270 NORTH COMMERCIAL 8T. own man s man. Me s responsible tn Ins snperios, for he's n soldier, but priiiimily, i, is responsible to himself mid tn that castle of his back home, and to every jeopardized castle home in every corner of the earth. He's worked out a duly for himself as one works out - j his own religion or the uthcr great prion. -ins ur tins lite, ami tin, answer to Ins problem is that here he js in khuki, a full fledged soldier, Kon't bt.liee these stories that he is always singing ' Tipperary, " mid that he's always ready for a frolic! or a fight. Them's no frolic aln.it it and very little music, Mis frolic, and : his music urn awaiting him at his castle somewhere in the empire, If he ever ' ecu it again. He came out here In light and bo' in dead earni.t and ser I ious earnest. Ho wasn't always sing ing "Tipperary" whilo be was doing; ' bis duty in peace times or wuilu he wus commuting to and from work; no more! than h doe It miw. This is a serious, job, just like his pence time duty; thin Baldy Breezer's Calendar feci just because a woman marries a blockhead there is no need for a wooden wedding." So positive ore we of the hili ipiality t,f our l.numlry work th.it we iciilly invite comparison. You cannot send Jour clothes to a safer establishment from peiut of cleanliness and sanitnti, n. Safety fiist prevails here, Instil ing ipinli'y. Home of BaJdy Breeier. Salem Laundry Co. ' 8alem, Oregon