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tion. be It railroad or trust, bus a legal
department, and most o f the political
work is accomplished and the ex-
Physician and Surgeon.
pern s charged up to it. Nearly all the
annual passes and the trip passes are
An Era of Corruption In Amer Issued by orders o f this department,
and when it is necessary to buy elec
tions or legislatures the money expend
D.4. E. J. HO .VftSO
ed is charged up as legul expenses.
W hat may be called the legitim ate out
Physician and Surgeon
G3BP0BATI0N8 THE C H IE F B iN N E B S lays o f the legul department o f all the
DALLAS. OK ¿CON
gr at railroads Includes an attorney at
all the principal towns through which
Office in Utflow building,
R a ilr o a d P o l i t i c a l M a c h in e I n it ia t e s
the railroad runs, and these usually
M o s t o f I h e D e v i l t r y —> T r v s ts u m l
eos'er nil tho county seats. These at
j K. 8 »b«»,
P r o t e c t e d I m l u a t r f e s Add t o C o r
torneys. the most competent in the
r u p t i o n F u n d —D u t y o f D e m o c r a t s
county, are under the control o f the
S I B L E Y <* B A K I N ,
great legal light at the headquarters o f
to F o r c e R e fo r m .
the corporations. There Is often an
A U o r n e y M -u t - L a w ,
W here the Republicans gain complete
other official known as the general
»Vo I n e Ilia .inly out ol aljotr»> t b.ioke lu Polk
agent who “ fixes” legislatures and city
i U ii ' v
Itelialilo :»t*atruetn furnisi ed. and m*mey to sot up a boss or bosses and lamely sub
councils to pass laws in the interest o f
»an. No commission charged *>n 1 ou .. h . Rooms 2
'id J Wilson's block, I/alia*
the railroads or to defeat those which
one glances aroimd the United States,
would make them pay their fair share
tins condition o f affairs is at once seen
o f taxation.
When these corporation
to prevail. It will also be developed if
J. L. COLLIN »S,
officials are combined with the political
examination is made o f the political
machine that is in power, the people
conditions under the control o f the
have no chance o f holding their own.
Republicans that an alliance exists be
in some states rival railroad com
solicitor in tb a iu e r j.
tween the boss and the corporations,
bines struggle for supremacy. This is
: • men ii practice of his profession in this place lu most cases the railroad corporations
the case iu Iowa and Nebraska, but It
ah mt thirty years, and will attend to all business
ii riHfcnd to iiis - arc. Oltiee, corner Main and Court are the dominating factor and supply
matters not which one succeeds in
the necessary ‘ ’aid” to keep the boss or
» Dallas, Polk Co, Or
foisting Its selections go the Repub-
ring in^power. 10very .large corpora
L. tf. WOODK. M. I).
BRIBERY IS RAMPANT.
- 1 was given up to die with
ouick consumption. I then begun
to use A y er’ s Cherry Pectoral. I
improved at once, artJ ai.i i.ow in
perfect health.” — Chas. E.
man, Gibbstown, N . Y.
It’s too risky, playing
with your cough.
The first thing you
know it will be down
deep in your lungs and
t h e play will be over. Be
gin early with Ayer’s
Cherry Pectoral and stop
Three l i s t : 25c., 50c., »1. All drufiUt*.
.tnrney and Counselor at Law,
J. N . H A R T
WRIGHT’S WRONG STATISTICS.
A T T O R N E Y -A T -L A W .
I 860 - t l 2 -0° P « WEEK
4896 -JM 8 <J« .. ..
1901 120 '* - ..
A - t t o r n e v 't i 't - L j a w .
Office up s U ir s ill ('a m i BrIV « build
TASTELESS CHILL TONIC
OSCAR H AYT.SÄ.
H a s stood the test of 25 years. A n
n u al sale over 1,500,000 bottles.
Does this record of m er
it appeal to you?
|Mo £ u re t> o
P r i c e s 6 % lo w er
ifo 1901 THAN IN I860'
Consult your doctor. I f he »ay» take it,
then do as ho says. I f he tells you not
to take it, then don’t take it. lie knows.
L . . „ .. with W - ^ W . a g
R oom 1, Os tie id b u ild in g .
E F. CO A I)
L. B U TLE K
o < | N o P a j?
£ ? rv ts ...
Atto r n ey s-at- La w
D ALLAS, OREGON.
W i l l practice
c o u ils .
Enclosed with every bottle is a 10
cent package of Drove’s
R oom 2 O.-tielil bu ild in g.
W righ t: “ M y dear man, your real wages are 80 per cent higher now than
tb *y w ere in I860. You were never so prosperous before.”
Carpenter: “ W ell, I ’ ll be darned! Won’t this be a surprise for my w ife ?”
K. K. W ILLIA M S .
p r s s itle n l.
C a ilile r .
W . C . V A S S A L L , a s s is t a n t C a s h ie r ;
C IT I
' o ld
~ T ~ M K ------
W w rr e
S A L E M ’S
S TO R E
OF DALLAS, OREGON,
DR. JORDAN S
T ransacts a gen eral ban k in g nusi-
ucss in all its b ra n c h e s ; buys ami sells
exch an ge on p rin cip a l points in tlie
U nited S ta te s; m akes collections on all
points in the Pacific N o rt h w e s t; loans
money and discou nts paper at the best
rates; allo w interest on time deposits.
IM I I I U I T I T . I l l rniKISCI, c u
T h e Law rrst Anatom ical Museum in the
W orkt. W ei*kne»>e» cr any contracted
I tease p o i l l l * * l y r « s r « < ( !»jr th e oldest
fjecialtct on the Coett. Est. jfi yeert.
Satisfaction ill every instance < r m oiev refunded. Satisfaction
is vetting hat you want. W e n il the truth about our gotKls or
will refund your money. If your purchase at Sab in’s best stoie
does not pro fe entirtly satisf:** tory, a chance to make it rieht is
Nothing is any botln r to us if it results in
S A T IS F A C T IO N .
as llie place whi r-* the best goo is are sold for the lea*t *
Up to dale chop keeping is our aim. Slap dn>h, happy «
win o» lose no tlo-ds do not go here. There is too much
We are building business Out of material that will lasc, i
H O N E S T P R IC E S
H O N E S T S E R V IC E
MUSEUM OF ANATOMY :
D R . J O R D A N — DISEASES OF MEN
~ # v r v ir v W W W%>WWWWyrWWW™WWWWWWWWWWWW^ j
DR. JORDAN * CO . 1051 Market St . » F.
Lee SmitSi's Cyclery
T IM E T A B L E
6;50 p m
2;18 p m
ItM p a
DALLAS PASSENGER—DAILY, EX SUNDAY
:00 p m L v ..............Portland.............. Arl0 20 am
!(0 p m A r.............. iKllai* ..............Lv 7:(*0
YA M H ILL DIVI8IOH:
Pwentrer depot foot <>f Jtfferxon street
AIRi.IE FR E IG H T-T IN WEEKLY
Leave 7:40 a m
Portland......... Arrive 3:32pm
Leave 3:50 pm ......... Dallas......... Arrive 8:20 a m
Arrive 5:05 p m .......
Airlie ......... Leave 7:00 a m
t Van Orsdel,
— A L L KINDS OF—
IRON WORK TO ORDER-
Repairing Promptly Done.
F A IN T E R ,
in g , k aU om in g and paper h an gin g.
Hayes & Co., 2
R EAL E S TA TE D EALER S
FA R M S AN D C IT Y L O TS
H ouse, sign and o rn a m e n ta l, gra in
M A R T I N ,
B E E F C O M B IN E .
There is a great difference between
Republican and De».i • ratio trust bus:
ing. President Roosevelt and his attor
ney geuerul have been for over n year
trying to bring the beef trust to time,
blit so fa r all that has been accomplish
ed Is tlu» granting o f a temporary in
junction to restrain the members o f the
i combine from organizing to control
, prices. It Is neodltsa tu say this pro-
| feedin g lias had no effect In curbing
the rapacity o f the beef trust and the
members continue to bid their own
price for stock. The Democratic trust
busters have been more expeditious,
for the attorney general o f the state o f
Missouri has forced the tight ugainst
the beef combine and obtained ju d g
ment against it in the highest court of
The dispatch which contains the infor
mal; m says: “ T h e principal members
; o f the beef combine, the Armour, the
I Cudahy, the Sw ift, the Elauimond and
: the Schwarzschikl & Sulzberger pack-
j ing companies, were fined $5,000 each
| in the Missouri supreme court ou
March 20 aud ordered to pay the costs
o f the cases, which amounted to $5,000.
Unless the fines and costs are paid
within thirty days the defendants w ill
be ousted from the state.”
T h e members o f the combine can
now take the choice o f paying $25,000
or ceasing to do business in Missouri.
I f they continue their operations iu
that state, they w ill lay themselves lia
ble to be fined for each offense o f the
I f the administration
was as anxious to bust the meat com
bine as they pretend to be, Attorney
General K nox could have had the
members o f the combine behind the
bars by tills time by prosecuting them
uuder the criminal section o f the a n ti-'
trust law. The Republican congress
has now, however, repealed this crim
inal section, and the chance o f proceed
ing against the beef combine or any
other trust uuder this section has gone
W ith a Democratic congress and a
Democratic president the energy o f the
Missouri Democrats would be dupli
cated in federal affairs, and, in addi
tion to prosecuting those trusts that
are robbing the people, further relief
would be had by repealing those sched
ules o f the tariff law that allow so
many combines to sell their products
cheaper to foreigners than to our own
Purchasing agent for W C. McClure, of Saginaw, J
i n t u i i , and u other
n ic i c u
^ ir i ii
im / c i
c a ic in .
i v Room
u ' m ii
Ç 1, upstairs,
up stairs, Wilson building.
O R EG O N 2
Western railroad lines have decided
not to issue any more passes or re
duced rate tickets, except to railroad
men, clergymen and objects o f charity
and have called in all passes issued to
members o f legislatures and politicians.
I f tills reform is really carried out and
tho pass system abolished, it w ill great
ly help to clear the political atmos
phere and lead to other reforms, such
as equal taxation o f railroad property.
The eastern railroads should follow
suit, hut the Pennsylvania and other
lines must also abolish the givin g o f
the fifty trip books, which is a mere
evasion o f the pass system. I f the vot
ers will now do their duty by electing
to the legislature only those who are
known to be proof against the teiuptn
tlon o f the railroad lobby, in a few
years w e may expect to see the eorpo
rations bearing their fair share o f tax
ation and individual taxes reduced in
s V -'
MILS. L. S. ADAMS.
O f ta n lve n io n , T e x a * .
o f Cardui is iutieed a blessing
t j tired women. Having ¿uifered ter
scvc\ years with weakness and bear-
i ‘3 <»wn pains, and having tried sev-
cral doctors and different remedies
' k'l-h no s jceess, your W i n « of C irdiil
was the only tiling v/h-ch helped in«,
and eventually cured me It seemed to
up the weak parts, streayjr.cu
the system and correct irregularities. *
By “ tired women” Mrs. Adams
means nervous women who have
disordered menses, falling of the
womb, ovarian troubles or any of
these ailments that women have.
You can cure yourself at home with
this great women’s remedy, W in e
of Cardui. W ine of Cardui has
oured thousands of cases which
doctors have failed to benefit. W hv
not begin to get well today? All
druggists have $1.00 bottles. For
any stomach, liver or bowel disor
der T b e d f o r d ’s Black-Draught
should be used.
For advice an-1 literatim» andrewt. pi Ting
symptom». The lAtiku' Advisory I>«.part-
meiit. The ChattAnooga Medicine Co,,
the full benefit o f the ihllk.
N ew milk should be fed exclusively
the first fourteen to twenty days. The
calf should have part new. part skim,
ndlk from about the twentieth to the
fiftieth day. Feed skim milk or other
similar liquid food till at least three
months old and after that as long as
can be afforded.
(liv e the milk at blood h eat but this
should, new as wrell as skim, be first
heated to 170 degrees. The calf should
have oatmeal gruel nml good fine hay
at the time when feeding skim milk
Use clean pails. Uneleanllness may
cause deathly sickness. The calf should
be made to drink the milk slowly in
order not to disturb the digestion.
An Irish Cham pion.
who camfot stand tue pacb ana w uu
fall by the wayside, often by their ow n
W hile the number o f suicides is prob
ably on the increase In other cities as
W’ell as in the country at large, yet
w e have figures only for Chicago. The
Record-Herald o f March 13 says that
there w ere 23G suicides there In 1900,
390 in 1901 and 430 in 1902. That this
rapid increase is now being kept up is
evident from the fact that there were
seventy-five suicides In January aud
February and that on the first Sunday
In March nine persons took this route
0 b ï> m
Shorthorn bull Pearl K ing (79,531).
winner o f the Cbuloner Challenge plute
at the royal Dublin spring show, pho
tographed In the show yard for the
A m erican
M e a t« In G e rm a n y .
American meat exporters are hard
In pursuance o f a firmly fixed policy hit by the new’ German law’s, w’ hich
to strengthen the position o f the breed for pork products require three inspec
in the International fat stock show, tions with expensive microscopic ex
the directors o f the American Short amination. This practically kills the
horn Breeders’ association determined trade and is also a hardship on the
German working classes, which have
to muke liberal offers o f special prizes
been accustomed to using American
for steers at that show, and the execu
shoulder pieces and hams, says Am er
tive committee set aside $2,500 for that ican Cultivator.
purpose. The distribution o f this fund, In their zeal to protect home Interests,
as recently allotted, w ill be as follows, seem to have overdone the matter, and
says Breeder’s Gazette:
the discontent o f the meat eating pub
For pure bred Shorthorn steers, class lic is likely to force some relaxation o f
It Is thought
es for two-year-olds, senior yearlings, the new regulations.
T H IS S IG N A T U R !
junior yearlings, senior calves, junior that tiie beef trade with Germany, al
will he able
calves and a championship.
prizes will be given in each ring, ap
T e x a n C a t tl e F o r Sout h A f r i c a .
portioned as follows: $ 15, $35, $25, $15
An experimental shipment o f Texas
and $10. The championship w ill carry cattle to South Africa Is about to bo
M IS T A P P E A R
with it a prize of $50. This makes a made and w ill consist o f 5.000 or 0,000
cid e« and Pro s p erity .
EVERY BOX OF THE GENUINE. One o S f u i the
total o f $700. A like amount, similarly head. I f these cattle are able to sur
many peculiar and inex
plicable features o f our present unpar apportioned in nil respects, w ill be v ive the long sea voyage and stand tho
alleled prosperity, which Is enriching given for grade Shorthorn steers. The African climate many thousands more
ilcan party as state officers or for tho thousands and impoverishing millions,
will be wanted. This w ill please south
legislature and congress—the effect is is the great increase in the number of herd prizes are four In number—$60,
Texas cattle men, as there was no
to have laws passed to protect the cor suicides under It. Apparently the fa r
quarantine line and no Infection be
porations from paying their just share ther w e get into this trust monopoly cludes a tw’o-year-old, yearling and
yond the shores o f the gu lf.—Farm
o f taxation.
prosuofity the more people there are
T h e whole theory o f democratic gov
grades as well ns pure breds.
ernment has been turned upside down.
The balance o f the $2,500 appropria
Artificial Lim bs.
The participation o f railroads and oth
tion, umounting to $800, w ill be offered .
Artificial legs and arms are made so
er corporations in politics has led to
in the car lot show. The classification perfectly these days that It Is absolute
the enactment o f laws, state and fed
i Is fo r car lot two-year-olds, ear lot ly impossible to tell that some people
eral, that relieve the favored few and
yearlings and ear lot calves, and three are wearing them. Artificial legs are
Generally the expres
their allies, the corporations and com
prizes are given for each—$100, $75 made so that the lower part has all
sion is, ” 1 don’t feel half r *
bines, o f paying what the ordinary
w ell,” though sometimes fejM
and $50. The champion car lot will the action o f the human foot and are
citizen pays in proportion to the prop
f>eoplc sav, w I feel half
made to wear the same size shoe as
erty owned. Congress ilxes the tariff
But there is no v _
the opposite foot. The shoe on the real
A rife u tln * rattle.
so that a poor man pays a much great
: iich thing as being half
When the cable brought the news foot will wear out in h alf the time the
er percentage o f tax than a millionaire
sick. The man who feels
that the United Kingdom hud removed one on the artifiriul one, which is said
in proportion to his Income. The state
h alf bick is all sick.
the embargo from cattle and sheep to be due to the heat from the roa!
legislatures enact laws that allow the i
n e. the cause o f the
weak, tired, half sick feel-
from the Argentine, most folks In this member. Artificial bunds are made so
corporations and combines to escape
iii" is disease of the stom- fl/ji
country affected to believe that It that the ow ner can pick up a pin.
paying on their lands and other prop
would make very little If any differ Hard to believe, Isn’ t It? But there is
erty anything like the proportion o f j
nutrition ana contqueiitly
taxes that the merchant, the farm er j
ence to the American shippers for the a magnet in the end o f the artificial
in physical weakness.
and the small householder pay. These |
reason that the Argentine cattle are hand.
Doctor Fierce’s Golden
exemptions o f the corporations and j
not nearly so well bred as ours and ,
V e r y M i ld Tew.
the wealthy amount to millions and
hence w ill not sell In the market with
cures diseases of the
The late Augustus Hare was fond o f
are a constant Inducement for them to ;
them. The quality o f the Argentine
stomach and other or-
relating an amusing Incident which
gans of digestion and
exj>end vast sums iu polities to main
cattle is best described by the prices
Illustrated the abzentmlmledness o f
tain their advantage. The expenditure
they bring In international trude, says
his cousin, Dean Htanley. and Dr. Jow-
strength by enabling the
o f this money leads to the debauching
Breeder's Gazette. In the first lot that
perfect digestion and as
ett. Both w’ere quite devoid of either
o f those voters who are not proof
reached the Ixmdon lairs there were
similation of food.
taste or smell, and for some reason
against the arts o f the briber and
133 head. These had not all been In
makes half sick people
both w’ere inordinately fond o f tea.
breeds callousness and indifference
tended for foreign shipment, but at
One morning they had each drunk
and shameful apathy among those who
that they sold as cargo for 12% cents
" I suffered for four years
eight cups, w hen suddenly, as Jow’ett
with p'lin in my stomach
are high in church and state. This
per pound on the hoof, while represent
so that at times I couldn't
rose from his table, he exclaimed:
aw ful political condition is rampant In
ative American cargoes sold for 13%
work nor eat.” writes Mr
“ Good gracious! I forgot to put the teo
Frank Smith, of
some states and quiescent iu others,
cents. A ll the Argentine steers In this
In!” Neither had noticed the omlssloA
but unfortunately the germ exists ev
cargo not having been Intended for e x
^ \ Colo " I wrote to you |
as he tipped his favorite beverage.
al*out my •■ickness I
port and the Americans being the reg- ,
and was told to use
No real reform s are possible until four medicine-*, which I did with good result» ular export sorts It seems that the Ar- |
C o ns id erate Johnnie.
bribery and corruption are frown ni I only used lour bottle* o f your Golden Medieal gen tine steers may average ns good as !
D is c o v e r y a n d must say that I am entirely
“ Johnnie,” said his mother threaten
upon liy at least the great m ajority o f aired and feel like a new man, and I can highly ours and that their competition Is
the Incorrigible. “ I am going
the people, and this should be the first recommend your medicine to any sufferer.”
hound to have Its Influence when the
«G olden Medical Discovery ” contain* Booth American trade assumes its full to have your father whip you when he
business o f all Democrats.
comes home tonight.”
caucaoses and conventions and vote no alcohol and is entirely free from scope.
“ Please don’t, mamma,” replied John
only for clean men. Follow that up by >pium, cocaine and all other narcotic*
Good C alf f a r e .
It is strictly a temperance medicine.
The calf should be cleaned at once nie iM'iiitently “ Pa Is alw ays so tired
aiding In every manner possible to con
Accept no substitute for “ Golden Med
vict and punish vote buyers and vote ical Discovery.” There is nothing “ just after the birth by careful nibbing with when he comet home.” —Stray Stories.
sellers. irr»*spectlve o f party or social M good ” for diseases of the stomach.
dry clot!) or dry straw, as the calf re- i
T h e Beat Sort.
A few convictions would
The “ Common Sense Medical Advia- spires only through the skin.
W illie—Pa, what Is a “ preferred
soon make It so dangerous to carry on rT,” one thousand and eight large pages,
The calf should be protected against
the nefarious work that It would 1># in paper covers, is sent fre e on receipt of dampness and draft. It is very tender creditor” any way?
twenty-one one-cent stamps, to pay n - while young. It should have the milk ( P a —A preferr**d creditor, my son. It
too unprofitable to attempt It.
penae of mailing only.
Address Dr. In small portions and as often as the one who doesn’ t bother us much with
Buffalo, N. Y.
fe. V. Pierce, Buni
cow s, art* milked, as only then wc set h it bill.—Philadelphia Treat.
a V P I t U « thoroughly eradicated
from lyvteni without th e u>e o f M u r r a r jr
T r a s i s t fitted b y an Eepert. M a d i
a s I r a r e (or M a y i s r * . a quick end
radical cure for P i l e » * . F l a i a r a end
F U t a l a , l»y Dr. Jordan ’s special pam-
tation free and »tr k tly prieate T ra a tm en tp er
*r b y letter. A rotitivt Curt in e ve ry case
•n. w r i t * for B »ok P H l I . O S l I P n y mt
M G K , M AILE D M K R *. ( A veluah1 • book
ter men ) C e ll or write
CURES A COLD IN ONE DAY
CURES GRIP IN TWO DAYS
1 SW A
Wail Orders Will Receive Prompt Attention ’
COKVALLI8 M AIL—D AILY
7 30 a m L v .............. Portland............... Ar
10:46 a ni L v ............... Derry..................Lv
11 ;45 p in A r .......
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
Oregon Central and Eastern railroad.
O U S T IN G
D i f f e r e n c e U e t w ^ e u Ile ttu b lte a n M a n « l
D e iu t»e ru tu lu F i g h t l u t f T r u itts .
R a i l r o a d FaflMeM A b o l lu lle d .
Leaves Inde|Kjndence for Monmouth and Virile —
. :30 a in
3:30 p in
Leaves Independnce for
Monmouth and Dallas—
Leavra Monmouth for Airlie -
.50 a in
3:50 p m
Leaves Monmouth for Dallas—
1:20 i in
Leaves Airlie for Monmoutu ami independence—
4:00 a in
6 p III
Leaves Dallas for Monmoui li an • Imie oudenee—
1:00 p m
7 30 p in.
D a l la s ,
P IL L S .
The 5 cent |».i :ka?e is en <uvrh for usual occasions.
Thu family bottle, 60 cents, contains a supply for a
year. A li druiigiuts sell them.
MOTOR TIME TABLE.
L IV E R
R -I-P A -N -S Tubules
A good prescription
1 V IS IT
R. C. G R A V E N
N O . ??.
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