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Í IE P3LK COUNTY ITEMIZER OUIÍ STAFF OF KUSTLERS.
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A S H ,
imrou AND PHOPIUIiTo&.
DO YOU GET UP
W HAT T H E Y HA VE TO SAY ABOUT
T H E D O IN G S IN T H E C O U N T Y .
WITH A LAME BACK ?
A n U n e q L t t l'c d a n d C o m p le t e R e
s u m e of W r.a t Y o u r F r i e n d s a r e
a n d H a v e B o o n L a t e ly D o in g .
Y o u K n o w W h a t Y o u A re T a k in g .
■ When you take G rove’s Tasteless
O ver 3000 B oys
1 Chill Ton ic, because the formula is
In vario u s p arts
I plainly printed on every bottle, show
St/B SC R IFT IO N H A TK ri:
of the co u n try are
ing that it is riinply Iron and Quinine
m a k in g m oney in
f I 50
....................................... For yp»r ! h i a t aft «less form. No cure, no p. y.
# 7 5 ..............................Per «ix month* | Trice, 50 cents.
th e ir spare tim e
2 ) ..........................Per three month*
se llin g The
VJvei tiding rated made known on
implication. CorreHpoiitieuce i»«olipit-
Post. Som e m ake
Irv H u n ey and Fred Auer have
a s m uch as $ 1 0 .0 0
their hops in fine shape.
Fine Job Printing done at reasonable
and $ 1 5 .0 0 a w eek.
David Shepherd is putting the fin
A n y boy w ho
ishing touch« s on Lew Tettyjohn’s
reads th is ca n do
T H E S U P E R IO R .
th e sam e.
Ed Hartman said goodbye to all
It id superior in principle and test last Sunday and lias gone to seek a
ed capacity for feeding any and all fortune elsewhere.
JN A DAINTY little booklet, which
kind.'« of material to be threshed by a
l we will send to any hoy free, the
Leonard Tharp has lost 20 fine
!**'puralor, either loo-e or hound. By
most successful of our boy agents tell
taking off tlie knives, which will re sheep.
in their own way just how they have
quire two or three minutes, it is a*
made a success of selling
There is a nice, new hoy at A lonso
well adapted to threshing loose stuff
its it id for sheived. I a n ready to
Mrs. Harris has been visiting Mrs.
lest its capacity and quality of work
in com petition with any other appli Hartman.
ance for the same purpose
Lot Butler of grub college has been
There are many stories of real busi
tcsiant must set a first class threshing visiting his cousin, Mrs. L. F. Tharp.
ness tact. Pictures of the boys are
• ut/lf within 6 or 8 miles of Dallas
Send for this booklet and we
Ira Yocum is to have a dance hall
ami have enough material for half a
will forward with it full information
day or more of test. They are to show ready by the first of May and the boys
how you can begin this work. No
their best capacity, quality and quan ca n ’ t hardly wait for tlie floor to he
money required to start. We will send
Ten Copies of the magazine the first
tity of woik and the amount of power laid.
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week free. Write to-day.
and lime requited. Then I will set
C o ld s A re D a n g e r o u s .
the Superior on the same outfit ami
The Curtis Publishing Company
How often you hear it rem arked:
test my #120 feeder against #120 cash
469 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
t • he plackd in the hands of someoue i t ’s only a c o ld /' and a few days later
agreed upon. The said cash is to he learn »hat the man is on his back
paid to me if I am diicccssfiil in the with pneum onia. This is of such
c< ntest, but if I fail then the other com m on occurrence that a cold, how
CO LLE G E NO TES.
p.uty is to get. back his money and ever slight, should not be disregarded
McClish of Pacific college
my feeder. The cot.test is to he over ( hamherlain’s Cough Remedy coun
the quality and quantity and the time teracts any tendency t< ward pneu in California, gave us two excellent
and power required. Each of us id to monia. It always cures and is pleas
choose a judge and they to select the ant to take. Hold by W ilson Drug Co.
T he local oratorical contest on A p
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The Superior's capacity
ril 3rd is sure »o he close and e xcitin g.
8 UNNY SLO PE.
in average length of s‘ raw is about 7,-
Prof. Metzger and
200 sheaves an hour. It does its work
Henry Davis and wife live near Y ou n g were our delegates t<> I he
without chugging or unnatural react
ChrH'hm Endeavor convention at For
ing, retarding grinding sound from
the cylinder, th is proving it tu b e
W m . Herron is slashing, hunting est (L ove.
light on the |*>wer, and g i'in g greater brush and otherwise im proving his
Friday night the Dallas team will
H*iuramv c f thr« thing and cleaning ranch.
play the Willamette university bovs
without waste. T o introduce the Su
W e are to have another m onth of for basket ball honors, a big Dallas
ltr ie r into the market, I offer it to
delegation going along to cheer them
anyone who has a good machine ami school
The two teams will again lock horns
a season's threshing engaged, with or
About 100 cords of wood is being
in our gymnasium March 27th.
without pay for one season's thresh cut for J. B. Btuinp.
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ing, If not sold before close of tin*
D a n g e r o f G o ld s a n d C r ip .
F. C. Haynes ami family have been
season it could then he purchased.
The great««* danger from colds and
Trice made known on application to vism ug Bridgeport iricuds.
grip is thei" resulting in pneumonia.
1 homas Elliott, Clay Sueet, Dallas,
W m . Ireland is out from Monmouth If reasonable car«' is used, however,
looking after his stock.
and Cham berlain’s Cough Remedy
H. T. Cartmel, who is about through, taken, all danger will he avoided.
The old James Wheeler house up seeding, is raising hogs for the fail A m ong the tens of thousands who
have used this remedy for these dis
near Soap creek burned down last market.
eases we have vet to learn of a single
week, nearly all of its cfmtents being
case h iving resulted in pneum onia,
W A k e fu l C h i l d r e n .
lost. Mrs. Wheeler and her father,
For a long time the two year old which shows conclusively that it is a
Laban Case, wore living there
used to own the adjoining Hoag place. chihl *>f Mr. T. L M cl’ herson, 59 N certain preventive of that dangerous
Other children of Mr. Cate are Mrs. Tenth 8t., Harrisburg, Ta., would disease. It will cure a cold or an at
Jennie Belt, of CorV.dlis, Mrs. J. C. sleep hut two or three hours in the tack of the grip in less time than any
Booth, of Salem, Ernest at Albany early paat of the night, which made it other treatment. It is pleasant and
very hard for her parents. Her mo safe to take. For sale by the Wilson
and Turn at Corvallis.
tin r concluded that the ohild had Drug Co.
Miss Lillie Baxter has returned to
stom ach trouble, and gave her half of
her home near Ballston from the slate
O AKD ALE.
one of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets, which quieted
her I Grandpa Robinson and hi« grandson
stom ach, und she slept the whole are cutting the school wood on the
night through. Two boxes of these school ground.
Tablets have effected a permanent
Tw o of Uncle Andv Hiefarth’s cows
cu e and she is now well and strong.
have the hollow horn.
For sale by Wilson Drug Co.
E ven in g P o st
A l l H um ors
A r e im pure m atters w hich the skin,
liv e r, kidneys and other organs can
not take cuie'of w ithout help, there is
such au accum ulation of them .
They litter the whole system .
Timplcs, boils, eczema and other
eruptions, loss of a p a t it e , that tired
feeling, b ilio us turns, fits of indiges
tion, dull headaches and many other
troubles are due to them.
H o o d ’s Sarsaparilla
S P R I NC V A LLE Y .
Rev. i " M N\ aller.
Curl Abrams is a reporter
Daily Statesman in Balem.
killed a wildca«
Joe and T -m Car«! and Andrew Sie
farth were over on their claim s last
for the 1 week.
There was a rag tacking at G rand
There have been three coyotes kill | ma Y oakum ’s Monday evening.
cd around this vicinity within the past
Jim Murphy is slashing brush.
Oliver Dennis is making shingles to
The young people of Zena and
vicinity have organized a literary so cover ids house.
There was a Christian Endeavor so
cial at J E. Phillip*’ recently, and ev- !
erybody had an enjoyable time.
biilluiay dinner Sunday.
together and preparing for the coil*
Now just watch
the d* legation that comes from Inde
pendence to the cju n ty convention.
i gr» ssinnal Campaign
Scott Laughery was on our street'»
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
today. Independence people are al
everybody who reads the news- ways glad to sec him, as he has hosts
sure to know of the wonderful of friends here.
cures made by Dr.
Deputy County A*-sen* r H uston is
Kilmer’s Swamp Root,
the yreat kidney, liver interviewing the property owners of
and bladder remedy.
this part of the county.
It is the great medi
A. J. Goodman has sold his fine res
cal triumph of the nine
teenth century dis ideuce to J. W\ Kirkland.
covered after years of
Rev. I. R. Baldwin died at the Sa
I scientific research by
3 Dr. Kilmer, the emi lem hospital last Saturday. On Mon
nent kidney and blad day the remains wen* brought by b<«at
der specialist, and is to Independence aud taken to the
wonderfully successful In promptly curing Masonic hull, where they remained
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou until the next afternoon. A fter fu
bles and Bright's Disease, which Is the worst
neral services at the Baptist chinch
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer’s Sw am p-R oot Is not reo- he was laid to rest in the cem etery
ommended for everything but If you have kid south of town, the solemn service of
ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found the Masonic ritual being used. He
just the remedy you need. 11 has been tested wan a minister *>f the Baptist church,
In so many ways, in hospital work, in private a Knight Tem plar, a true Christian, a
practice, among the helpless too poor to pur respected citizen and an honor to the
chase relief and has proved so successful in com m unity in which be lived.
every case that a special arrangement has
been made by which all readers of this paper
F A L L S C IT Y .
who have not already tried it, may have a
sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book
An Oregonian agent was around
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to taking orders for hexes for the rural
find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble. free mail delivery.
When writing mention reading this generous
offer In this paper and
The three vacancies in the council
send your address to
have been fi'led by the appointm ent
Dr. Klliner & Co..Bing RSrwjfetiBttfffi'fr..1 of Messrs. Milligan, Tctherow and
hamton, N. Y. The
regular fifty cent and Home o f Swamp-Root, Gardner.
dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.
N. A, Emmett has purchased the
lot on which the Courier & Ford store
Farmers are plow ing and se eding was burned,
on high ground hut low lands are still
The proceeds of the chicken pie eo-
too wet to work.
»•ial and home made candy sale of the
Van Orsdel, Hayes & Co., 3
R EA L E S T A T E D E A LE R S
F A R M S A N D C IT Y L O T S
a D A LLA S
O REGO N
Q u o
w h it b
Best Store. I
c o lic a
Some of the new things for spring are here and
more are coming in every «lay, Our spring stock
will be the best and most fashionable we have ev-
er handled, as we only buy ft cm tried and relia-
ble manufacturers. There are many reason# why
Ilolverson’s is Salem’s Best Store. One fact alone
covers all and that is we have every kind of mer-
chandise you want at prices that are all right.
Each and every piece of goods in this stock is es-
pecially chosen to the requirements of the trade
we know so well, and the greatest care is used to
serve our customers with all the attention!due them.
5 Mail Orders Vt/iU Receive Prompt Attention
Farmers and hop men are crowding
things this nice weather.
Christian church was #23.
It S a v e d H - s L e g .
P. A. Danforth of LaGrunge, Ga..
Remove all hum ors, overcom e all
Miss Em ma Turvine, who has been suffered for six months with a fright
their effects, strengthen, tone and spending the winter with her sister, ful running sore on his le g ; but
Mrs. J R. Rem ington in Salem, has vrites that Bucklen’s Arnica Salve
invigorate the whole system .
gone to Fort Carey, W ashington, u»| wholly cured it in five days. For ul
“ I had salt rheum on my hands so that I visit, her sister, Mrs. Percy Willis.
cers, wounds, piles, it's the best salve
could not work. I took Hood's Sarsaparilla
She was accom panied by her little in the world. Cure guaranteed. On
and It drove out the humor. I continued
niece, Pauline Rem ington.
ly 25 cts. Sold by all drugeists.
its use till the sores disappeared.” Mas.
Rev. G. Howard has moved to Port
Boyd Mendenhall, of Sheridan, is
Miss Stella Crawford, who has been
I r a O . D r o w n , Kumford Falls, Me.
R IC K R c A L L .
clerking in Bryan’s store
teaching in W ood horn, will toon
H o o d ’s S a r s a p a r illa p r o m is e s to
W . F. Sim on’s little child died the
leave for Tillam ook, where she will
c u r e a n d k e e p s th e p r o m is e .
Mrs. Jack W hite is visiting her
13th and hi- wife is lying at. the point
t« ach a sum mer school.
mother, Mrs. J. Southwick.
R E M O V A L N O T IC E .
of death. He moved here from Iowa
Our school entertainm ent was a las' summer and bought the Byers
farm three miles north of town.
T h ive moved mv stock of woven 1
com plete success in all respects.
wiie fencing from 59 State street to
B I i C r v Y r C i L E c S c
John Vernon is very feeble and so
the new store GO Court stre e t, one
R E P A IR IN C
is Mrs. W. E. ( ’ lark. l)r W oods, of **ry and confectionery store t«> an east door west of J. J. Dairym pie's store.
Dallas, was call« d to see bei Sunday.
AND SU N D R IE S
greem ent as to terms and invoice the
W A LTER M O RLEY
E Yarnell, who was taken to the bargain fell through.
S p a u l d i n g ’s
S a le m F e n c e W o r k s .
Salem hospital on account of an in
A t h le t ic C o o d s .
The J. A. Mdls store has been sold
jur» d leg, is in a critical condition.
to Mr. Messenger, of North Yam hill,
The infant son of W . F. Sim on and aud the parties are now invoicing.
wife, on the John Byers place, is dead,
Clinton M oore is opening up a new
and siie is »» riously ill with pneum o
D ALLA S C O LLE C E
(lot your old
cigar store in the Stark hotel build
Burnham Southwick and family hiiu it is predicted he will carry on a j ft
ftftft ft ft ftft ft ft ft ft ft ftftft ft ft ftftft -i- ftftftft ft
and cleaned up—
were with us over Sunday.
Courses not Excelled in the State.
Fnamel 1» >ke<l on
Hon Binger Herman is in Indepen
J Piano, Organ, Harmony, Composition J
T r a g e d y A v e rte d .
bike at factory.
deuce repairing hi.« fences. Of course
“ Just in the nick of time our little he is not talking politics, but making | -«•ft ft ft ft ftftft f t + + + + f t f t ft ft ftftft ft ftft v ftft
f t f t f t
boy was saved’ , writes Mrs. W . W at a ii»it to his friends of long standing I ft
kins of Pleasant City, Ohio. “ Pneu-
I munia bad played sad havoc with
'Hie influential republicans of Inde
C . W . K A N T N E R , D IR E C T O R .
I him and a terrible cough set in be pem hnee are getting their heads Studio iu dormitory.
sides. Doctors treated l.im, hut he
grew worse every »lav
At last we
If U need a high grade
J N * * * * * * * * * * * * * * f t * f t * f t * f t * f t * : . ! t»ie»l Dr. K ing’s New Discovery for
Consumption, and our darling wad
watch or have a watch
# 1 saved lie ’s now sound an»l well.”
Purchasing agent for \V C. McClure, of Saginaw,*?
V Michigan, and other eastern timber d a levs. Hoorn
V 1, upstairs, Wilson building.
The Jas. Whe« ler house, which was
The freight ditched two cars at the
destroyed by tire a few days ago, was
curve near the T. J. Graves place and
insured for #(>00.
badly smashed them up. The wreck
Mrs. Hamblin has organized a lodge ing train came tip and l«j«jk them
of W oodcraft here. Many ladies but aw ay.
no men wanted.
The telephone poles were set he
Ona McLane is fireman on a train tween here ami Sheridan Saturday
between Portland and Junction City but the plumes will not be put up for
Mrs. C. E. McLane is in Portland about a m onth. There is talk »if a
line between here and A m ity.
under medical treatment.
A nephew of J. W. Mayfield from
L ife G u a r d s .
California is visiting him and David
The Life Guards are two,regiments Bowman, of W eston, is down on a vis
of cavalry forming part of the British it.
household troops. They are gallant
sobliers, and every loyal British heart
Prof. W ilkrrson t m lccharge of our £ ■
is proud of them. Not only the K in g’s public school Monday in place of Paul
household, but. yours, ours, everybody* W ym an, resigned. He is an experi-
should have its lifeguards
The need pii <?»1 teacher and a graduate of Pea
of them is especially groat when the body Normal school «»f Tennessee. 11«^
greatest foes of life, diseases, find al is giving good satisfaction.
lies in the very elements, as colds,
W m . ~t ocom has sown a good part |
influenza, catarrh, the grip and pneu
inonia do in the stormy month of j of his farm to clover and grass and
March. The best way that we know has gone into the dairy business with ;
of t»» guard against these diseases is j 11 cows. He has a new separator i
to strengthen the system with H ood’.- which cost #125 and -hips his butter
Sarsaparilla— the greatest of all life | fat to Portland, receiving 32A cents « j
guards. It remove* the conditions in pound for it. Last summer he built a
which these diseases make their most large barn with tin* latest arrange
successful attack, gives vigor aud tone I ment- for stabling bis cows and a
to all the vital organs and functions, special room for his separator. He i
and imparts a genial warmth to the will build a silo and plant enough j
Remember the weaker the fie f1 corn to fill it. lie will plant
system the greater the exposure to some alfalfa this spring, it being i
disease. H ood’s Sar.-apirilla makes highly recom m ended bv the dairy j
journals as a food for milk cows. He j
the system strong.
has great faith i l dairying, and be- |
lieves it can be made profitable.
IN D E P E N D E N C E .
Lee Smith’s Cyclery
BALLSTO N .
Farmer Arm strong,
away, is still missing.
the grass from
Never balbre did we have so much or so
great a variety of things for the farmers.
All kinds of machine oil.
Mrs. Ed Vanpelt has an 8 pound
Miss Rost Clodfelter will put in a son.
stock of nillinery goods in the Hein
The Epworth League social at the
parsonage was most unique and suc
I). L K eyt has stocked his dairy cessful. A bout forty were present and
excellent refreshments were served.
farm with fine Jersey cattle.
There were tim e guessing contests
Airs. Lulu Edwards, of Newberg, is In one the first hats of well known
visiting her parents, W m . Sargeant hym ns were played and Hie titles
guessed. Miss Fern Raym ond guess
ed right and sang the song, then cam 1
Farmers are all busy plowing.
the guessing «»f friends old and new
whose pictures were hung around the
T o C u r e a C o ld in o n e D a y .
Take Laxative Brom o Quinine Fab- room . Next they guessed the names
lets. All druggist^ refnnd the m cne) of famous pictures represented by ar
if it fails to cure. E. W G rove’s sig ticles on (be table, Mie prize being a
nice picture of W ashington.
nature is on each box. 25c.
Frosty nights keep
W e have a Carload of Buggies, Wagons and Spring
The 26«h of April is the anniversary
Do not make any mistake, but re of th»» i. O. O. F. and as it falls on
member the mime, Swam p-Root, Dr. Sunday the local lodge will attend
Kilm er’s S.vam p-Root, and the nd- the Christian church at 11, the ser
diess, Bingham pion, N. Y . on every mon to he preached by Rev. PL 0 . |
W ig more, of Monmouth.
E. H. Watkins is here from
lainet on business.
Of hpotle.-B ( bniHctfr— our laundry
worker»* and y« nr tdiirtK, when they
j know each «tlier. The in lrodu cton
j depend* upon ) » u . Just send ns
your H«’ «lret>H. Will call for the goo«la
and intM'ilnee them tu cur woiketp.
W c hcih I them back on time am +rou
w ill wear them with the pride that
comes firm having a friend in your
L ea n orders with Frank
Muecott »*r Salem stage.
3.4LEM SI Eli U R t
COLONEL J. OLMSTED, PROP.
R M S O M B a B B i
W E A R E IN I T .
IV H A T ?
Our fine new displa
room s— none finer in the state,
2 3 9 Liberty Street
J o S . Tfc P °Y fc R S °& S O N S
You do not have t > buy anything or pay a cent
for enough of the finest furniture polish
to rejuvenate your « ntire house.
Ths House Furnishing Co.,
Next door to Jos. Meyer tfc Sons.
Stores: S alem and Albany
S P R IN G
Largest Stock in Marion
County to select from, comprising all that is new and
nobby in spring bead wear. We have made it a point
to clean out all except i i p w lines, ami they are all gone
now save a few dozen, and here is the way they will
A few dozen
$2.50 AND $3 H A T S
to he cleaned out.
While they last you may have
YOUR CHOICE FOR $1
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
llu* undersigned will sell at cost bis cut ire stock
of goods, consisting of dry goods, groceries, boots
and shoes, hardware and notions. Sale will con
tinue for (M) days. I will keep a full line o f gro
ceries during this sale and will sell them cheap
er than any limi-c outside of Portland. Call and
be convinced. 1 his is no lake sale.
A. R. T0ZIER
r * * * * * * ft*****» « *« * * * * * * *
Everybody ought to know it’s the on-
1 ly sure cure for c»»uglis, colds and si!
Guarantee«! by all
dr «ggists. Price 50c aud #1. Trial
| Ixuties free.
ROCK C R E EK .
J>t*. Harris lias brought 28 cattle to
Fret! Wittenstrom has gone to w«-rk
in the Pioneer stone quarry.
bought Mr. Yank's broken buggy for
Mr, Greenwood, cd Dallas, has been
Todd Met win l«»*t a horse, W m .
Hinshaw and J im H a rris each a cow
and W iu . K w in y live head of stock.
that needs repairing.?«.*
In All U»
should b « clMUlùU«*«.
E l j ’, Cre»m B alm
cla*n!»«s, m o t l M sn d h *«!«
Iks ¿ i w M s l tnsa ib ra nt.
It cures rst^rrh and d rlv t*
•way t Cold ta l i lt head
quick, y .
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m t l b . m r a b n M • *# I« i h » r b ^ .
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mx prortne. „ .W n r U -n * *•. *°
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«TT '»«— «<"•
| .. t . or b , m a il; T ria. B it.» lb i—* ' , b y mall.
*L V B. ir U I K S . M W i r « Burnt. N « Torb
P F E N N IG ,
Jeweler and Optician.
W U a )U > ¿¿L O C k .
overcoat for 5'». Other winter overcoats^
and suits at similar reductions. Good interestiffa
on your money to buy for next fall
SALEM WOOLEN MILL ST0RE1
Opposite Capital National bank and head
quarters for Salem made blankets, flannels
clothing, Indian robes, and ladies suitings.