Polk County itemizer. (Dallas, Or.) 1879-1927, August 02, 1901, Image 1

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DALLAS
Hair Splits
L. N. WOODS, M. U.
Physician and Surgeon,
Dalian, Oretjun.
T
V
B. EMBrtEE,
D A LLA S,
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D
O R EG O N
Office over WiUoi*’« »Irng store.
J K. SlbLKY,
H. O, E ahih .
S I B L E Y ¿fe E A K I N ,
A ti o n i « , y s - n t - 1 j i i w .
W q »mv« tin» only set of abstract book* 1 » l’" ,k
«unly. Itoliablo abstrauta lurnisneil, and ..... ey to
tan. No •••unuiiisioii oharye-l on loan**. Hooiui ‘2
%d s Wilson's block, Dali**
J. L. C O L L I N S .
Utorney and Counselor at Law,
S o lic it o r i u (llittn c r ry .
H id bcwii In practice of his profession in thin place
oi a'onit thirty years, and will attend to all Imsu'es*
utnuted to hie c-aro. Otlice, corner Main and Court
b* »Milas, I’oU Co, l)r
J. H. T ownsknd
J N. H akt
TOW NSEND *
H A K l',
A TTO R N E YS-AT-LAW .
Office ipaUirs in Odd Fellows’ new
block.
0E11O03ST.
L .A L L A . 8 ,
OSCAR HAYTER.
A t to rn e y a t -L a w .
Office up stairs in Campbell’ s build­
ing.
D ALLAS
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OREGON.
N. L. BU TLKR
K F. C0A1>
B U T L E R A COAD
Attorneys-at-Law
D A L L A S , OREGON.
W ill practice in all conns.
Office,
over bank.
Robert A . Miller,
A T T O R N E Y -A T -L A W
Oregon City
Land titles and land office business
a specialty.
x-Ri isterEg Oregon City land office.
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M A R T IN ,
P A IN T E R ,
House, sign »»<1 ornamental, grain­
ing, kalsoming and paper hanging.
DSI.I.A*.
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ORBGON
MOTOR TIME T A B L E .
Laave* Iudejiendeiice for Monmouth and Airlie -
j IQ ^ uj
8:30 p in
L m . m Independnc. lor
Monmouth end
1,10 . in
7:15 pm
Leaves Monmouth for Airlie —
H tm
3:50 p m
Leaves Monmouth for Pnll-m—
I j l am
" ¡80 p m
Laares Airlie for Monmouth and Independence—
MM» m
I>»» , .
Loaves Dallas for Monmouth an » Inue *euden;e—
8 30 p m.
1pm
R. o . CRAVEN
p ren U lfn t.
R K. WII.LIAMH.
* naliler.
W . G. V A S SA LL, a s s is ta n t C ash ier
DALLAS
OF
CITY
DALLAS,
HANK
OREGON,
Transacts a general banking ousi-
toess in all its branches; buys ami selle
•echante on principal points in the
CTniteil States; makes collections on all
points in the Pacitic Northwest; loans
money and discounts paper at the best
»sites; allow interest on time deposits.
vimt
DR. JORDAN ’ S aa<AT(
MUSEUM OF ANATOMY;
last atMSf tT.,U«r*tKI»W.ML I
T h e t-ar^rat AiMt'.unicai Mueeuw 1 » tfce
WcrML WeAknesSS* or any cwntrxctffrl
d ie r v e poaiH*Flyc»s«ii >y the oldest
S fje a a lu t
ih« Coast. Eat 36 years.
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OR. J0;t3AN —DISEASES OF MEN I
avi-Hti.ia thoroughly eratflrated j
front »yst«t without the u-e of Meresary. 1
Tmu«a fitted by an Kapert. Rail*
rail «are 'nr Msptars. A quick and
radical cure far ^1 !•“•« Haaare and
Ftstnlar. hy Df. Jordan’s speatai pain
m aa I*« method«.
Consultation free and striepy prfeate. Treatment per- A
suHr nr by letter. A /r»*ff»re Curt in eeery case V
. v s » b. M r s u .o e ip n v
,
| 'iAH RIAaC. MAiLbD FREE. {A raJuah» » book »
> • * « . ) Call oe »rite
I 1
DIt JORDAN & CO.. 1081 Market S t . » F.
F. H. MUSCOTT.
TRUCKM AN.
D a lla s : O re g o n
A fair «liare of patronage Milicited
•n d all o-tier* promptly filled.
Dallas Foundry!
— A L L R IlfD F O F —
IRON WORK TO ORDER
R e p a irin g P rom p tly Done.
ED. BIDDLE.
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si -11 reispecuiig musiKiood. cue oi me
HOW TO LIV E A C EN TU R Y.
supreme essentials of free government,
A T e m p e ra te C lim ate, R ou tin e H a b ­
fostering
love
for
the
nation
and
bring­
ta s a d
its and P la ta P o o d A re K eeeatlala.
ing content and happiness into the
hearts of hundreds of thousands of our
The medical authority of tbe New
people. And while this is being ac­
York Journal, Dr. James J. Walsh, tells
complished manhood will be elevated
In a recent number o f that paper bow
“ I have used Ayer’s Hsir Vigor
and the nobler side of life developed
to live 100 years.
for thirty yesrs. It is elegsnt for
Instead of the savage or brutal in­
• bsir dressing and for keeping the
No questiou is more Interesting to the
stincts being fostered, as is Inevitably
hair from splitting at the ends.” —
general public than bow life may be
»
F o r I n fa nts and Children,
tli- case in a war for conquest. Fur­
J. A . Gruenenfelder, Grantfork, IU.
prolonged. O f late 100 years has been
thermore. the immense benefit to gen­
the term of mortal desires. There Is a
eral business, which always accompa­
club of prospective centenarians en­
nies the extensive circulation o f money
gaged In the serious study of the
among large umbers of tie people
means best calculated to enable them
and which has been so r»*d a factor
to reach their tenth decade of years.
In stimulating business during and Im­
The countries that furnish the largest
mediately after periods of war. will
XVcifetcIicrreparalieiiCirAs-
number of centenarians are those In
be accomplished without the sacrifice
;• i mil aliii j i!w; ’cot!
tdn -
which life is taken the easiest. We
of thousands of ablebodied wealth
Imi'tire b lu m i's a:ci i.V.web i f
have not the statistics for China, or it
creators, in a word, the prosperity
would surely prove the happy possess­
that will e^sue from the Increased
or of the largest number of inhabitants
activity will not be accompanied by the
i ’t
who are veritably very old fogies by
shadow of death resting over the
having three figures to represent their
Promotes Digísüon.Clicerfti!- ¡
homes of the land or by the spoliation
ages.
ness and Pest.Conlmiis neiilter i
of the nation through the destruction
Sl.M ■ bottle. All druggists.
According to statistics, the greatest
Opt. mi .Morphine nor Minera!. |
of thousands of its bravest citizens.
number of centenarians to the popula­
“ In the great arid plains east of the
N o t K .u tc o t ic : .
If your druggist cannot supply you,
tion occur in Servla. Of this little
Rocky mountains ami in many of the
send us one dollar and we w ill express
country’s 2,250,000 inhabitants 575 are
you a bottle. Be sure and give the name
western mountain states there are mil­
of your nearest express office. Address,
Ahy* VfJ/J ItrXWLSLFIlVJtTff
more than 100 years old. Servla is ad
lions upon miilions of acres of im­
J. C. A YE R CO., Lowell, Mass.
mlrably situated to foster longevity.
Sad-
mensely
rich
land
which
under
irriga­
s/lx Sj/i/ut •
Lying between the forty-third and for­
tion would almost instantly blossom
liotktlla S+lU -
j4nueSert! *
Into gardens, orchards and fields of from reality rather than from a seer’s ty-fifth parallels of north latitude, it is
J'afneinvnf -
wheat and grain, but which today are vision of a future Utopia were this neither too hot in summer nor too cold
lit CiutouatrSoda *
yt6npSe*J
dry, parched desert expanses. Take, army of wealth producers now waging in winter. Its winter months especial­
Ctrained . \\i/jar
MftAlyrmm flavor.
for example, the state of Nevada. Ilere its Industrial warfare in Nevada under ly are equable and not liable to sudden
we have « 5 , 000,000 acres of arid land proper generalship for the establish­ changes. Its industrial and commer­
A pence I Remedy forConslipa-
that by proper irrigation can be made ment of this proposed co-operative com­ cial condition Is not active enough to
make Its people lose much sleep In
fion, Sour Stoinach,Diarrhoea
as fruitful ns the productive regions of monwealth.”
business worry. Its politics are capri­
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish­
California, Colorado and Utah. • • •
Thomas E. Will, formerly president
ness and L O S S O F SLEEP.
“ Again, take the question of a per­ of Kansas Agricultural college, now of cious, but very few of the inhabitants
Í
manent levee for the Mississippi river. Ruakin college at Trenton, Mo., wrote: take interest enough in things political
Fac Simile Signature oT
to disturb their digestion over them.
‘There are, says ex-Goveruor Llouel
“ As a measure of practical politics
Sheldon, ‘over 23,000,000 acres exposed such a step should prove to be wisdom * On the other hand, where competition
to overflow from the mouth of the itself. The first duty of government Is und the struggle for life arouse inten­
NEW v o m ì.
Ohio to the gulf of Mexico. The pro­ to care for the people—to see that each sity of effort and call for th<* expendi­
•Y; A i o T fi 03 ^ I Tk<srl' f ».iti V. a
ductive power of these lands is not ex­ is provided with the opportunity for ture of vital energy at high pressure
jj.u os
celled In any part of the world, and useful labor, rational development and centenarians are few. In Germany,
by proper cultivation they would an­ the living of a complete life. The par­ with 55,000,000 of people, there are but
nually nd<5 many hundreds of millions ty so long dominant in America has 78 more than 100 years old. scarcely
EXACT COPY OF W R A P P E R .
of dollars to the national wealth aud maintained Its grip largely by Its nomi­ more than one In a million of popula­
r
afford profitable employment for sev­ nal observance of this principle. Its tion. w'hile Servla 1ms nearly 300 to
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THE CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY.
eral hundreds of thousands of people.’ ‘protective’ policy, w’ hich, had its real each million inhabitants and Ireland
“ Eminent engineers who have ex­ workings been understood, should have about 150 to the million. In Germany
the number of living centenarians lias
am lm -1 the levees under the auspices proved a nilllstmio
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of the Mississippi river commission ucru vo it instead a tower of strength, constantly decreased during these lust
agree that the problem can be success­ because the people have believed that 50 years. The ratio of decrease has
fully solved if a sufficient amount is it ‘made work’ for them and secured been aliout proportionate to Germany’s
appropriated for so gigantic an under­ to them the opportunity to earn a liv­ advance in industrial and commercial
S T E R 'S INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY
activity.
taking. which would require substan­ ing * • 4
tial uniformity iu the width of the
“ And thus multitudes of men will ! In France there are 214 centenarlaus
1JE.W E D I T I O N
J U S T IS S U E D
channel of »he river by building spurs continue to vote, for their ‘Job’ is their ! in# a population of 40.000,000. In the
NEW PLATES THROUGHOUT
aqd dikes at points where the Missis­ life. Suppose, now. n political party 1 French country districts life is as slow
sippi is too wide, the proper riveting of actually In sympathy with the people as It is anywhere in the w’orld. and the
Now Added
, Phrases, Etc.
the banks wherever caving Is likely to should boldly announce the policy of , people are even slow to die. Paris al­
R i c h B in d i n g s 4 2 3 6 4 P a g e s ^ 5 0 0 0 I l l u s t r a t i o n s
occur, together with the building of directly furnishing employment at good most makes up for this by demanding
Prepared under the supervision o f W . T. Harris, Ph.D., L L .D ., United States
permanent levees of a height ijnd pay and reasonable hours to com- ' on an average the sacrifice of about
Commissioner of Education, assisted by a large corps o f competent specialists.
strength sufficient to confine the wa­ petent workers, the money for this one-fifth of his life from every inhab­
B e t t e r T h a n E/ver f o r H o m e , S c h o o l, a n d O f f i c e .
ters of the channel. It is stated that purpose to be raised by taxing not the itant. Tbe average length of life is one-
Also Webster C o lle g ia 'e D ic t io n a r y with Scottish Glossary, etc.
Bince 1805 the cost o f repairs has poor, who now' bear tbe burden of tax­ fifth less in Paris than iu the rest of
;-r class in quality, second class in size.”
amounted to considerably over $40.- ation, but the rich, w'ho now evade it— France. To live 100 years, then, we
000 , 000 ; yet. owing to the fact that this the corporations, the trusts and the es­ should live In a mild climate In tbe
Spcu'ihoffèlU''. etc.^of bo(h bi>ok\.iXt om. affiatai
^
work
is of a temporary character, the tates of dead millionaires. What poli­ temperate zone, where there are not
G. &. C. MERRIAM GO./PuÌ>1ish<rs, Springfteld^ Mass., O'. S. A.
many sudden changes of temperature
benefits that would be derived from a tics could be more practical? Upon
and especially w’ here it Is not very cold
permanent levee are lost, and every what surer foundation could a party
in the winter time. Anxious ambition
few years the floods necessitate fresh build Its claim for power? And what
should be «et aside. The intense desire
expenditures of vast sums of money.”
policy would be more beneficent in to succeed must be suppressed. A rou­
Professor Frank i ’arsons of Boston its operations?”
tine life. In which nothing Is done to­
University School o f Law, in his reply
Rev. Robert E. Bisbee of East Pep- day that can possibly be put off till to­
L U C A S & D O D D , Proprietors.
to Mr. Flower, gives emphatic Indorse­ perell. Mass., agrees that It would be
morrow, must be followed. All sources
ment to the proposal that the govern­ better to spend money In Irrigating
of worry must be eliminated. Life must
ment’s millions and men can be more arid lands In preference to employing
be spout mainly out of doors. Tbe food
profitably employed as suggested in the our millions In foreign conquest and
FALLS C IT Y . OREGON.
must be plain and not abundant. The
foregoing than In war upon Filipinos wars of exploitation, but “ the trouble
Manufacturers oL**
game uiny not be worth the candle, of
or any like people for the purpose of is some where else and deeper. It lies
course, and then, too, you may be
enlarging “ our trade.” Professor Par­ in the monopoly of the tools of labor.
struck by an engine or the bacillus of
sons closes his contribution thus:
I mean all kinds of labor. Including typhoid fever, and that will upset you
Dealers in«^t
“ Such a plan would not accomplish transportation as well as production. and your calculation»—before the cen­
all that needs to be done by any means, If the present private monopolistic 8 ys-
D ry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, H ardw are, Fresh
tury t» completed.
but every student of history knows tem Is allowed to exist, to irrigate arid
and Salt M eats at Lowest Prices. _
that progress is a growth and the oak lauds would be at best but a tem­
W h a t “ M erce rised ” i n » .
cannot grow in a day. Thorough edu porary measure of relief. In a few
Mercerized Is a term that Is frequent­
W e buy everything the fern er has to sell at highest market price.
cation, co-operative industry, public years tbe people would be as helpless ly used with reference to various fab­
Mills located 3J miles from Fulls City on Rock creek road. Store at;
ownership, direct legislation, just taxa­ as ever. W e may as well fight the bat­ rics nowadays, and. although It repre­
Falla City, Oregon. Telephone connection with mill. Get our prices [
tion, equal opportunity and fair diffu­ tle for human rights here and now as sents n process that was Inveuted al­
before buying elsewhere. We will surprise vou. Yours for Falls City
sion of wealth, industrial and political to postpone the evil day. The burning most half a ceutury ago by a French­
business.
L U C K IA M U T E M IL L CO.
democracy, human brotherhood, the question of tbe hour is how to secure man named Mercer, It has only come
sovereignty of love and devotion as the for the laborer a Just return for his In general use during the last half dec­
Bring in your babies under one year old and we will give them free a fane gold ’
dominant ideal—those are the things toil—bow’ to render him an equitable ade. Cotton Is mercerized by being
ring, warranted or five years.
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the world is iu deepest need of. But share in the products of bis hand and
we cannot get them by any magic of brain. If the man who earns seven
sudden transformation.
We must pairs of shoes a day receives only
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climb the mountain a step at a time, wages enough to buy one pair, the i t
and every step away from war and question is how to order things so that
barbarism, eonliict. mastery, greed aud be may secure the other six pairs or
That is the heartfelt cry o f many a
oppression toward peace aud liberty their equivalent. This is the problem mother
who «ces her beloved child wast­
and Justice, mutual help and the ele­ of Justice which It Is the duty of ing and fading day by day. Sometimes it's
M A R T I N B R O S , P R O P R IE T O R S .
vation of la I »or Is a step toward the government to solve, and until It Is too late for medical aid to help the child.
It is so weak, so
solved all other questions sink into
A l l kinds of rough and dressed lu m b e r on hands or c u t ! grand brotherhood of man the twen­
I lacking in stamina
tieth century ought to evolve, and ev­ romparatlve Insignificance. The solu­
[that there is no
to order.
W e can till any order for lu m ber of an y length ' ery step In the opposite direction Is a tion of this question will Involve tbe
vantage ground of
help.
It Includes tbe
step backward toward primeval sav­ solution of others.
prom ptly.
One o f the results
agery and the tiger epoch In man’s problem of the unemployed.”
o f the use o f Dr.
history or the still lower level of or­
[Pierce’s
Favorite
S la b wood fo r cook stoves or harvest engines at 50 cents ganized intelligence under the domin­
Prescription ' p r e -
A S in c e r e G i r l .
ceeding maternity
“
Miss
Goldbj
flattabpd
me
veliwjr
ion
of
brutish
instincts.”
a load.
is a strong, healthy
Rev. Ilirnm V room an of Boston ac­ much yestahday,” said Freddie Hay re-
i c h ild . Thousands
„ ______pi rue :|m-N Tuunciatea by
[o f mothers testify
cepts Mr. Flower's views as a general bra ne.
[to this. Frequently
“ Indeed?”
our Declaration of Independence, which , proposition and goes on to a sugges­
mothers write, " I
“ Ya ns. She told me that when I !
for more than a century made the j tion for their application by proposing
I was never able to
Ah ARMYtDF WEALTH CREATORS VER­ t'nfted States the great leader of free ! as a method a eo-opcratlve common­ came out on the stage In ouah pwivate j
(raise a child before
I using" Favorite Pre-
; governments ami the chief source of wealth Iri Nevada, established and sup­ theatwlcals I looked good enough to
SUS AN ARMY OF DESTRUCTION.
Iscription,” or " A ll
; inspiration to struggling manhood ported by the government until It be­ | ont.”
my other children
“ Well, that Is substantially what she
; throughout civilization? Furthermore, ! came self supporting.
(are sickly except
| f'on i| U F R t o f A r i d I'ln in n P r e f e r a b l e
this one, and J took
if it can be shown to be clearly prac- ! “ The establishment by the govern­ i remarked to me. Hhe said your face
t o W n r i o f E x p l o i t a t i o n —H o w t h e
1 tical to establish an army of wealth | ment of a small co-operative common­ was like a boiled lobster.” —Leslie’s your ‘ Favorite Prescription ’ this tim e.”
(J o t e m i n e n t C a n F u r n i s h W o r k t o
A ll the child » strength comes from the
I creators, which, while virtually bauish- wealth in Nevada Is a plain business ! Weekly.
mother. " Favorite Prescription " gives the
th e l n e m p lo y e d .
“
’ !ng uninvited poverty from our laud, i proposition. The government could ac-
mother strength to give her child.
A D ir e T h r e a t .
There is no alcohol in " Favorite Pre­
P». O. Flower, editor of The Arena, shall promote self respecting manhood coniplisb it witli no injustice to any ex­
“
I
f
you
do
not
marry
me,”
he
cried,
; ” it contains neither opium, co­
1 pent a letter presenting the question, and enable tens of thousands of our isting business interests and with no I “ I shall seek death In Its most terrify- scription
caine, nor anv other narcotic.
It is a
1 ‘‘An Army of Wealth Creators Versus citizens to secure homes aud inde­ possible ri-k of financial loss, provided j ing shape.”
purely vegetable and perfectly harmless
It
took
proper
precautions
against
the
medicine
In
any
condition
o
f
the
female
pendence,
will
it
not
lie
the
Imperative
nil Army of Destruction,” to half a
thieving of corrupt politicians. This j “ Hub,” remarked the frivolous young system.
ilozen well known reformers anil so­ I duty o f every patriotic citizen to agi- j
■
person
to
whom
his
remarks
were
ad-
Accept no «ubstitutc for "Favorite Pre­
, tate and in every way possible further undertaking would necessitate the gov­
licited replies from them on the sub-
| dressed. “ 1 suppose you wlU go to scription." There is nothing "just as good "
a movement looking toward changing • ernment's advancing certain capital
for woman’s ills.
' ;®ct. !u the May Arena the resi»ouses our army o: destruction into a wealth sufficient to cover the necessary first 1 war.”
Sick women are invited to consult Dr.
i
“
No,”
he
said
In
the
lo*.
tense
tones
Pierce, by letter, free.
Correspondence
! are published, preceded by ?»Ir. Flow­ creating army of constructive useful­ investments. That p»>rtlon of the land
confidential.
Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buf­
i
of
desperation;
“
I
shall
become
a
base
er's communication. Aside from the ness?
which the government does not already
falo, N. Y.
j
ball
umpire.”
—Baltimore
American.
ethical phases of the war of conquest
“ Within the borders of our own do­ own would have to be purchased. The
**I am so thankful for what I>r. Pierce's Fa­
In the Philippines Mr. Flower asked main there are virgin fields of vast first equipment of machinery, outfits
vorite Prescription has done for me.” writ**
S t i l l mt It .
Mrs. John T. Smith, o f Hlocan. British Columbia
; ids correspondents to look at the prob­ extent, onl; awaiting the aid of gov­ and temporary wages for the support
“ Oh. stop, stop!” cried Willie’s papa. (Box 50 ). " f t helped me through the long
lem "from the viewpoint of business ernment directed industry in order to of the workers would cover most of the
months o f pregnancy and I have a Mg. strong
snccess and political security.
Are yield riches far exceeding any poeslble needed outlay of capital. For this the “ Haven’t I told you not to ask foolish baby girl, tne most healthy o f alt my three, and
it cured me of s disease which wiu* ta ing away
questions?
Everything
1
say
to
you
, th; re not ways open at onr door by return that we can reasonably hope government could amply »ecure Itself
all my strength."
goes In one ear and out the other.”
which for cn incomparably less outlay i for from commerce that may come as by taking low Interest bearing bonds
Pree. Dr. Pierce’s Common Sense M ed­
"Pa.” said Willie seversi minutes
1 than the cost of prosecuting this war i n result of our war o f conquest in «the upon the Q.00«MY)O acres o f land and Its
ical Adviser is sent free on receipt of
later,
“
If
you
was
to
plug
up
the
other
stamps to pay expense o f mailing only.
; of conquest the govt i *iment might iu- cist, and th»* calling into the market of future Improvements sufficient to cov­
ear what you say to me would have to Send ti on*“-cent stamps for the book M
: crease her wealth products and vastly this wealth nil] r<>su!t in giving work er the entire outlay.
cloth oinding, or ?l one-cent stamps for
turn
around
and
come
out
where
it
enrich her people without the destruc- to the unemployed, thus maintaining , “ A picture as beautiful as Bellamy's
iper covered.
peper
covered Address Dr. R. V, Pierce,
*Tx»ki ntr Backward’ m«*M h* I n . * « went In, wouldn't It?” —Philadelphia Buffalo. N. V.
j flon o f life or the surrender ^
Ths Kind Yen Have
/ 1 ways Bought
Bears th
Signatiin
of
H air-splittine splits
friendships. If tne nair-
splitting is done on your
own head, it loses friends
for you, for every hair of
your head is a friend.
Ayer’s Hair Vigor in
advance will prevent the
splitting. If the splitting
has begun, it will stop it.
In
Use
For Over
Thirty Years
11
25,000 NEW WORDS
O regon
Room 3, Weinbard budding
Opposite Courthouse.
A ..
NO 26.
O R E G O N , A U G U S T 2, 1901.
PROP.
L U C K IA M U T E M IL L C O M P A N Y
Lumber, Shingles, Lath, Pickets, Etc.,
Upper S a lt C re e k Lum b erin g
THE BETTER W AY.
Co
Save the CHIMI
Tribune
Bícycles<át
“T H E Y A 8 Y R U N N I N G
N O IS E L E S S W H E E L
Roadtteri, |35 nod $40. Light
roadvler, aud racer, $50. Chain*
Its, $60 and $75. Tribune cuah*
ion frame, $60 end upward. T ri­
bune coaater brake model, $5 ex­
tra. 1 am having the beet T ri­
bune trade 1 have ever known,
due 1» the fact that tba wheel*
have proven tiieiuaelvee to be all
that wa, claimed for them. Com *
and ate the line.
F. A WIGGINS,
257 Liberty^street, Salem
eui|>uur. in order to avoid contraction,
aa tlie result of tbe forming of a soda
cellulose, tbe yarn is stretched b j me­
chanical means. Through this mercer-
ixlng process the yarn becomes elastic
and translucent, more readily absorbs
moisture und Is closer and more lus­
trous. All tbe Itnpurltlea are removed
from tbe titter, leaving Dotblng but tbe
cleun cotton to be dyed or bleached.
Mercerised cotton. It Is claimed, takes
the dye more readily thnn the unmer-
cerlzed, and the color obtained la not so
easily affected by llgbt or cbemical re­
agents, while tbe luster resembles the
sbeen of silk and is as durable as tire
fabric Itself. Mercerised yarns are now
utilized in the manufacture of under­
wear, dress fabrics and upholstery ma­
terials and are frequently combined
with worsted or silk.
C oaslag T a b s re w lo s ls C s s f r w a
A great congress Is to be held In
London on July 22 of this year on the
subject of tuberculosis and the discus­
sion of the experiences obtained in vari­
ous countries for tbe cure of consump­
tion and the best methods to adopt
for Its eradication. The congress will
last five days, and It will tie supported
by delegates from all parts of the
world, who will advance any Informa­
tion relative to the subject at their
command. The klug of EnglSDd, who
has alwayB taken a keen Interest In the
cure of this malady, will open the con­
gress. O dc of the leading features will
be a museum containing a number of
pathological and bacteriological Instru­
ments. charts, models, etc.—Scientific
American.
T b e P ro m oter*« W o o l . , .
“That young trolley line promoter Is
going to marry Mabel.”
“ I didn’t suppose he’d find time to
propose.”
"Yes; the second time be called he
asked her If he couldn’t have a perpet­
ual option on the right o f way to her
heart.” —Cleveland Plain Dealer.
T h e E t e rn a l M asculine.
Mr. Ferguson—So you lost your pock­
et book in r. bargain counter crush, did
you? Why didn’t you keep your wits
about you?
Mrs. Ferguson—I f that Isn't Just like
a man! Expect a woman to keep her
wits about her when she’s at a bargain
counter!—Chicago Tribune.
G enlna Deflned.
“ Is he a man of ability?”
” Is he? Why, he not only knows that
he doesn’t know much, hut he has the
ability to keep others from knowing
It.” —Philadelphia Times.
T h « H ew C oo kery.
Since Little goes to cookin school the house don't
■eem the tame;
host everything we get to eat has got a fancy
name.
An none of It la what we Ilka. But what'a the uae
to kick?
I reckon It’a all right ao long aa it don’t make ue
sick.
But, aomehow—well, Fm gittin tired of tbia here
“ contommsy"
J»n aalada that’s aa spiritless as last yaar*a crop of
bay.
lines Little goea to cookin achool aha don’t eook
like her me;
She has to have a apron on—the beat you ever
MW.
It's frilled an puckered here an there an trimmed
around with lace;
I reckon Uasle’ ll be all right when ahe haa at ruck
But, aomehow—well. It aeema to me I can’t Just
get the hang
Of, when I'm eatln custard pie, to call R a
Since Little goes to cookin school we don’t get
no more mush,
An when I aay I’d like eoroe greens ahe aaya,
“ Now, pa. you hush!”
Hho hold» a fool the’ mo me ter on everything ah«
cook»
An acolds because the cook stove won’t run ’ cord-
in to the books;
But, somehow—well, the things don’ t seem good
after they are carved;
knee Little goea to cookin achool—why, my. I’ m
blame near starved I
—Baltimore American.
“K w l a r r a , " “ K « « a « « B , ” Ete.
Towne—Hubbub, tells me he baa >
Queen Anne cottage In Algnburst.
Browne—Ob. tbst’s tbe way be pro­
nounces It now. eb?
Tow n .—Pronounce* what?
Browne — Quinine. — Philadelphia
Press
A m 111 Essresoed Ides.
“ How much Is that employee short?”
luqulrcd tbe commercial acquaintance.
"Short!" echoed tbs bank director.
“ W e’re tbe onee who are short. H e
Is away ahead of tbs same.” —Waoh-
Ington Star.
What Tam ale Said.
Admiring Mother — Now, Tommy,
what do yon say to Mr. Blldad for glr-
Inc you that penny?
Tommy—Please. Mr Blldad. I wteht
It wus a OtekeL—Ohio Stats Journal.
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