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WEEKLY OREGON STATESMAN, TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER
TFEED STO R US.'- " 1
a complete siock oc gra ss ana clover
fMtiK.it the lowest possible prices for
first class seeds. Giro as a call le
forel buying. : ,f j
BREWSTER & WHITE ,
THE FEED MEN.
No. 9 Court Street 'Phone 1781
i SALEM. OREGON.
DEALERS IN GRAIN.
or exhsnged for flour and feed at
branch tjfllce of Aurora Roller Mills,
warehouse on Trade street, near High.
Salem, Oregon. ; t .- ?
BICYCLE REPAIRING. ;
' . 1" 1 . ,1 ' " ' ' "" ' '
G. A. ROBERTS
New and Second-Hand Wheels
105 STATE STREET j SALET1, OR
TINNING AND PLUMBING.
1. o. Dunnuuuno
TINNINfl AND PLUMDINO
Gas and Steam fitting. "Manufact-
vi p iUIH 4 IUrl i. ipCo
103 SUte Sr.. Tel. 151. Salem. Or.
Jfl. F. R. S7TITH
H0R3SH0ER ; nXD lIESf RAL BLnCKSIITH
Carriape ami Wagon making, special
anennon pani to 'intcrtcTing ana lame
ness of horses. j'.
185 Commercial St., Opiy Brewery .
Ji F. COOK, M. D.
Cures Consumption, Cancer, Tumors,
Gravel and Kidney Troubles. Asthma.
Skin and lione Diseases, wk1otrt knife,
plasters, oosisons or pain. Also Blind
ns. , Salem, Oregon.
'A. R. PAGE W. A. STEPHENS
PAGE & STEPHENS
Horses wH fed, good accommoda
tions, ifine Rigs. Good- Rigs for
commercial men a Specialty. 'Horses
boarded by day, week or nwmli.
Red From livery, feed end BoononrsiiDie-.
164 Commercial St., , Tel. 851. Salem
20c PER MEAL
1 ' ' at the I -
lilt KOQSE RESI fiORRKT r
106 State street. Satcnj.
M'KILLOP &. BURKHART, Preps
JIl FKNCE POST, coated with
Will out wear Ceinr It is also a Ralical
Itwnedjr AgaiiiBt Chicken L.lc.
It application to the lnie wa'ls of poul
try hmsea will prrrnnn-ntly ex-
trrmlnt nil I.ICK.
Kenult: 1 It-all hy Chlokrua lteoty bks.
Write for circular an.l prices and nida
tion this ppr.
It. St. WADK & CO.. Agents.
Your Work Solicited.
GEORGE L SLY, Sup't
A N I'W CI UPO !t A THIN. -Tlif Port
I.iJry AxsM-iition tH"I aith-li-n f
iiiforiMtnthm hrJ tin' tftiito I :irum-,iii
.vvttnl.-iv.Tlie .i,raiatkn will ur
;it li1ri' !. ml itfiil inlwHlpr.
milk "and otnr tt t li? IrrtiH t-. Port
laml ia tin ltidMKrttrnof the -oi-pany.
Jinil tln i-ttpttal ftm-k i fixtvl at
S7.VHt-divh!"!-int iuir" Tjilri-1 at
cai h. It. EvfrtHiitr.:.I"bim P. Hof -niau
.'in.! J. P. V 'tith art" tbr iiicorpor
.. . ... ...1 1
r.OXln ArPK()VEI.Tlie Ik.u.I rf
K'!ii. i:im:ih: I. n alinini.-stn'. tor of tin-
...i n.. .r w . lriMimic!. dftasHl. for
M h m . was filtMl hi ninl appruvi-il lr
tlu p-..l;itr tttnrt J -Kt nl. j . Fnnl
Hiirst ami A. Dane an the suntiert
m the bo?il., i
. i:vi:hm-hy Clilni io at
-Itaikot rrKes." : If yon want t!i
ut inikt JtHU U ' to thf .Nmv York
U.Tf k-t- Snlmn ir lteaiK'st ont price
cash store. ; dw-t.
l'iilina Hi" TiiaiP. Wunn So you
liavi flan?tl your mind nlout kv
wri'liig yt!ir party this year, hnrv you
Tilth r Y4. Tlu rt nr ko inalir lhp
Ih ts that Ph: afntld I, wouldn't lnvno
tlitsl. what's the u?e?-Indian;uo-
I Is Press.
Sniunipr I narU-i-,4Your charges are
e.xnitni. (l .
I-idhnl-4.te" f." .
"Put you advertlsMMl iH.pnJar prices."
"Yos. thT (ttTiH to Ih popular. The
hou.xe Is rull right alonjr. New York
Weekly. : , i,h:
A Koinewhat eiintaukerons old farm
er who llreil In a ttniall Tillas lu
Shroiwhlr. took', to hiini lf a jouns
wifp. After tUe tmiort. lMwever, ttw
parties did not-vwm to apm as well
as nilsht have Ten exiKHtetL !
"Mis I,oriiaeit.' said the wa
f.nrf pallant at the hom wlll yon he
ray partner for the next set T'
li injT Mh exrlalned. "don't 30a
daiuf? I'd rathr do that than set"
PhUiidi-Iphia Ire!. '
Light" 1 the task, when many share
' ' ' "' ' ""' " 1 t ' 1 1. 1 1 11 1 11 m 1. . ..
Castoria Is a Jiarraless substitute for Castor on, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
xxmtains neither Opium, Morpluno nor other Narcotic
substance. It destroys Worms and allays Fereris lines.
It cures IMarrh;a and "Wind Colic. It relieves Teeth-l f
ing- Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulate tho
Ktomach and Uowels, girintr healthy and natural sleep.
The Children Panacea Tito Mother's Friend.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For
Our sfjock of Grass Sccdj for fall sowing
is complete, and we invUe all seed users
to call and examine sr.me before purchasing-,
as wje feel sure that the. quality, as
: well as the prices, can't be beat.
SA VA GE & RE1D, Seedmen
322 and 324 Commercial Street, North of P O.
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The Pacific Homestead
TJ;c Leading Farnx Piiptr of tho Pacific North- ;
wtt. tiO-pae illustRttc l weekly, SI -per yenr.
Vc want good agcnU and stilicitor anl lo such
will pay a liberal commis8ion. Writo for tertnj.
Advertisers should patronize the Homestead.-.: .. .
CIRCULATION, 5,000 WEEKLY 7
Special rates on long time contracts. Clubbing rate with the
Twice-a-Weck Statesman, if paid in advance, or within six
mouths after giving the order. Address:
Office in Statesman Building. SALEM, OR.
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ga-feajEXfec tPWCV fJaW
roii SALE BY F. G. 1IAAS.
3 iS " T Kl?; tfflD
V uprwH'-ncy. V5J -,7.
M A IHIKVJ W iaav ,
Toaorupiua,.-JL"rr .hT.. Sold at JSl.OO tx-r box.
:V FOR SALE BY
Over 30 Years,
.. . .$1XK
year......... VS.. ........ ...;..$f.oo
per year... $1.00
per year..., .... ...$i.oo
per year. .... . .50
per year ...$i.c
per year. $i.
WORLD, per year... $i
per year .-...$!
free pattern to each subscriber) . .Si. CO
ct year.... ...?i.oo
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DRUGGIST, SALEM, OIL
. a .11 Jttmm v tha aTnVlla
YoatMul Errors Mcl Worry. exc,tr o
rvmniioai ajul InAnilT. With ererr
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STATESMAN JOB OFFICE
PREPARE fOR ACTION
WOBKtKOHKH-8 CLC tTIU. ITSU
THE RKrCBLlCAX CAMl'AIUN.
Amittamti Prft4 for th Bptlaa
of Srawtor B-f ertdff Bau Binder
U'rom Daily Statesman. Sept. 10.)
. The Workinuien's Republican Club
held a w ell-attended and liTely meeting
last uigtiit at Republican lieadtinarters
In the Crray block.. The principal mat
ter eon front lug the club at this time ls-j
the coining of Senator Beveridse, but
tlie uutbrstamlhis Is that the Itever
Idge meeting will be the oiK!uinj; of an
active mouth work, and this elub ex
pects to take Its usual prominent part
In it. i '
A committee of five uieinln'rs of tlih
elub was apiointed to work with tlie!
eoiemittve of the Salem Itepubllean
Cluli and with Chak 111:111 WriKhtmau.
of il;e County Central Comuiittee; E.
I. Croifsau, State Central c-omui'ittee-man.
and tleo. 1'. Hughes, Congres
rionul -otnmiftcenien. for the rewptiou
of Senator BererklKe. S. A. Ilujchen,
president of the club, i chairman. Earl
Ku' Frank lavey, 1L II. Flagg and
S. 15. Ortnby, being . the other mem
lers. The mvretary was inntruete! to pro
ide a roll of members of the elub to
place in the ha in! of Frank Davey,
chairman of the executive tmniiittee,
mi that he miht procure the h:uatur?
of new tnenilK;r!.
Tlie foliowins coiiunittte was ap
liii!ed to act with tlie committee of
the Salem einb In tlie organization of,
h ntarchliisr club: It. F. West, Chas. A.
IJ.rt and L. IS. Iewiss.
The secretary was. on motion, in-!
Klruetel to iuvite Hon. UiuKer Her
to.inn to address the dub during his
v iot in treoa. - ,
The next unH;ting will Ih held on
Tuesday eveuinsr, iSepteuibvr TCh, and
it is exacted that an entertaining pro
jrram of fjiitiujr and short speeches
will be providetl.
The money nuestitm sts'ined to lie
tii?' paramount issue with tlie iihiu
hers of the Bryan club, which met at
Foresters hall. last, njjrht. uotwitli
stamliira the fact that the ban lias
licen placed upon tlie diseussiou of
this o.iiestiou by tle h-aders of Deniu-
cracy. Tlse qiMstiou came up in a
little different form than usual in im11
tical discussions. The paramount is
sue in the miud of the local Demo
crat!? is how to raise money to defray
the exonse of the com in. t: camtKiitfu
and this was tlte question that oe
fitpkd n lie attention at tlieir uuvthkz
htt uijrlit. There : was a cixm! sized
crowd present and all semed to favor
liottinsr np a vigorous tight for tlie
salvation!.?) of the country this fall.
TIFE MORTALITY RATE.
Ihijilamrs War in Soul h Africa At
tracts Her Attention.
London. Sept. When''a clear-cut
isvne Is again li.ernible in the confu
cion surrounding tlie Ohinene diflicul
t:s. thte may Ih a reawakening of
leal iuteii't.but at present China holds
a secondary plav in tin public mind In
Holland. '1'Iie I'arliaiiientary campaign
is in full . wing, but I xi nl Salisbury' has
not yet taken tlie country into his ccn
lideuce as to balloting day: and the
oiiseiiiueiit .""uncertainty gives the
stump-speaking that is going on in
every-constituency an academic tinge.
So (ireat Britain, lacking a more Inter
1'Ktiug topic, has returned to the war
in Sou tli Africa; 'and the newspapers
are iigeiiy s-anned for signs of the
leal end of tlie campaign, as ('rent
P.ritaiu is tirtl ot carnage.
rrcsidctit Kruger'H dramatic retreat
has led the commentators to renounce
lire dwo of the war. but the long list
of casualties ami deaths in hospital,
aggregating If") si wivk, which con
tinue to till up Ihe bulletin lwuirils at
the. War Ollice. lw.-lie their statements.
Ihe .claims hitlrerto made that (he
losses in South Africa have Ihhmi small
as mp.trel with tboe of ther cam
inigns apie!ir to noinl revision, judg
ing from riie reient cakiilatlmis made
by a ; well-known actuary who finds
that of thi' 'officers in South Africa 7--1
IH'r.thousaud have Ixt'ii kllleil or (lied
from wounds; 0u; ikt thous;ind of tin?
oilicers have diitl from di-eawe. while
of the men 1! per thousand have Ihh-ii
killeI rr died from wounds, and 31.S
liavejlied from disease.
Thew stai-tling jtatistlcs not only il
lustrate that whik tlto otliccrs and
tuen' naVT' wifTertnl annxiinst!-ly
eu.illy from liseas. tlie risks of the
odieens in action. have leen hugely dis
projiortloiKite. and also that tlie rate of
mortality in South Africa is much
greater than in the Franco-German
Kmger's millions are the subject of
diwsp"tful paragraphs and long nar
latives of dispraise. The lowest' esti
mate of bis wealth is 1.MMK0, in
vsted'alrod.' while hoi no calculators
rigur hi wealth at .Vwhmoo.
Tlw Transvaal Government Is sup
posed to have two or three millions in
Continental banks, which will le hoard
ed by the managing committee. Dr.
Ieyds says, for a future rising when
England Is In other difficulties.
She farter discharging the new, nerr
antl I wonder why they call the place
wiirre thso girl coiiw from an "intel
ligence oSU'e?" There doesn't secui to
be innv there.
He TlK-re most be some thert. . for
noraf ever comes out of It Philadel
phia Record. I
HE ALONE WAS ARBITEIL
Andrew Lang I' fond of attributing
to a "philosopher" tle remark that the
Scotsman who understands tlw d!s
t'rictlon between "will" at-d "suair Is
not H.ffooil Steotsman. ay tle New
castle Kngi Chronlc-Ie. Xo loubt Mr.
Iang is'bis .owii phiknwplMr. Mr. Har
lr prolKibiy ioke for himself when
he made tin journalist in. "When a
Man Single." fays that he ermld not
nse "will and "shall eorrctly. A
Sioteh Highlander doo not tind th
distinction difficult. The inlsuoe of
"will a an Interrogative, with tlie
firm; iiersonal prpuoun. is palpable.
There is a story of a tcotcb rejorter
w bo had joined tlie Uff of auXuglish
newyiviiRT. "Ills first nlp:htbn fluty lie
knocked At . the , , editor's door and
asked: i 4 '-. f ... r-- t :
"Win I come Inf ' ; '
tlod kuovvs." repliett the editor, y
MEN AND WOMEN.
How 111 most women reckon men!
To liflnd fast tound by burdens not
their ow n,
Stretchln'? soft palms: resentful when
That bold fore rank must stand or
fall alone. '
Her Inward look misunderstands '
Too oft, the hill top of his wider
. view .. .
Too oft she broods In shadow lands.
While his wings Cash between sun
Facing the worst, he lioies the best:
Ringing he works while women bid,
him pray: , .
To wrong his busy arms arrest.
Her faith commands unto a higher
Her heart for passion s answer cries
I'uto a heart that for love's sake di
Ik-light with duty: 1h he wise
Iliftsfonl a secret hid in self abides.
Yet If n.lie knew would God tdie ktiewl
Through solitude, through folly and
through t rife, ;
Her touch keeps that spirit true
And Imts the gift men part with last
Martha Gilbert Dickinson, i
THE NEW YORK RACKET Is
closing out all odd lots of shoes in
kImh Iu! bargain lioxe at 7."e. ?1.
$1.10. $1.:k and ?2.-'.". You'll llnd ex
tra values In these lines. All gn-ntly
iiHluced from regular prices. dwJt.
THE HISSING SUN.
At a small naport. town a Star ac
tress of the third magnltnde apiHiireI
as Juliet, says the New York World, j
"l caniior do justice to myself." slie
said to the manager, "if I do not have
a limelight thrown on im when 1 ap
lKar at the .balcony.". j
We ain't got no limelight, nils, but
I think we could get you a ship's blue
light," replied the Obliging manager,
and to this the lady agreed.
The lad who went to the shop to
buy tlie bluelight brought back a sig
nal rocket, which was given to him by
mistake. Tlie prompter took the rock
et iu good faith.
Romeo: "lie jests nt scars, who nev
er feela.n wound." .'
(Juliet appears. Prompter lights the
"But soft! What light through yon
der window breaks?"
Tills was tlie match lighting the
"Arise, fair suu!"
The sun. or, rather, the rocket, diid
riie with a tvrritie hiss. Juliet was
knocked off. tlie balcony, the Uy lor
ilers were set on lire, and the theatre
was Hilled witli sulphurous smoke,
while 111.? audience, which was, fortju
eately, a. small one, made a stampede
to the doors.
Since then "Romeo and Juliet" has
always been looked upon in that town
as a dramatic work that could not jbe
witnessed without personal danger. ;
FALSE TEETH, FALSE WOMAN.
Husband Desert Wife When He Dis
covers She Had "Store Teeth.
Philadelphia. Pa.. Sept. 8. Andre
Breuter of Glad wyn judges a woman
pretty much hi the same: way that a
man does a horse Toy -the teeth. . Aud
so it happens that the man has de
serted his present wife and two chil
dren and is looking for a new part
Mrs. Brenter. It seems, wears false
teeth, of which she has two sets. Of
course, she only wears one nt a time.
These two facts were unknown to her
husband until the other tlay. Then
the surplus 4 colli were discovered' ill
the bureau. Itrenter was white w-ith
rage. He demanded an explanation.
"Yes, they're mine,",' meekly said
his wife. "I only wear oue.net at a
"Yon have .been-false to me," Itren
ter continued. "Know a . woman by
her teeth. .The woman who wear
false ones Is not true to tier husband.
There was a rise in temjiers at this
lMiiut aid the man anil wife indulged
in a little family trouble; They were
separated by lielghlmrs. and Itrenter
biimodlatoly declared his intention ;f
quitting his wife. He packed a trunk
and. carrying it on his shonlderj de-
parted In search of .another wouan
with sound molars.
The woman said she doesn't care if
her huslwind never comes back. She
can get along ls'ttr without him than
without her false teeth.
MIDNIGHT IN THE CITY.
Hark. tho; long strokes that tell,; the
midnight hour! '
Midnight! and still the feverish city's
eyes . i
Are widely wakeful, for the tumult
Flow ly, so slowly where tho tall roofs
The devotees of Pleasure's brilliant
Not yet have cast aside their frolic
One well might dreani save for the
'Twere day, distorted by some baleful
power. ; j
Pot mark adown yon narrow tbor
Where quiet lias crept In With pootb
- Ing 'touch...
Those shadow-shrouded figures!
Who are they?
Rapine and Shame, crept from- their
eril lair, V
Wheedling of lip. Insatiate of. clutch.
Lying in wait to fasten on their
Clinton Scollard'ln The Hraart Set.
Flriet Caniier Here, what's liecome
of all our whiskey? j
Second Camper I've drunk it.;
First Camper Why did you d that?
Se-oiid (anier I lad o. old Chap. I
was ..writing bome, telling th folks
what a good time we're bavins. Bos
ton Courier, ; . j
Jfay Algy and Pamela bad a falling
out last night. Clarence What was the
cause? M3y A hammock. Harlem
Life.; -. i .. .
Twice-a-wcck Suttsraan, $1 a year.
PBOM M. I.:jONES
-V ' ' ' ' ;l " f '" "v .-v
1 - awaaa mm-mmm .y ,
HK UISCIS6KS THE HOP OrOWKKS"
. ASSOCI ATIOX.
Awl Ih Work tbat Could UT
Accompllhcr Wlth Proper Coo (rot
or the Crop. -
TIi? Oregou Hop Growers' Associa
tion had control, uot fully, of six
thousand live hundred (ImOO) lwles of
the lKt hop crop, not M.000 as the
Oregouian iu totlay's cdKorLil item.
states. Had the O. II. G. .V. had the
full control of the 4tM0U lwh'S of the
tMn) crop, not a bale, would have leeu
sold for less (liau the cost of produc
tion, and all would have been sold.
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If the law or supply ami . uciuawi,
without any algulllcatiou, til ways fixed
the pilies, then the 1W hop crop
should have been sold for at least the
cost of production, as tin supply was
not greater than the normal demand.
The Oregon Hop Growers Associa
tion did not attempt o form a pool of
MjO bales of the 1!M crop. Notiit
f mi offer of 15 cents for a. ih1 of
Iaum Iwles was given, but the associa
tion dhl uot recommend I lie accept
ance' or rejelon Uetore tne-liops were
in the bale. Information was also
given that Ibo crop was short and
with (he fine quality promised, good
nrii-oa were-Tlkel V to lirevaiL Account
liad to Ih? taken of (he elemrnt of the
weather i-ondltions, always an uncer
tain qmuitity while weu.ring the clop,
which now seriously threaiens the de
struction of a birge percentage of uu
picked hops. -..'.
Daniel Flint, who has lniti growing
hops on thin -ast ifhu-o ISTsS, iu a bul-
1 1... 1. I'.kU.I t . f ..hi A
rlcultural Department, Hates that lo
raise hops at a profit growers should -ttalir.e
15 to ) (-cuts.
The'; necessities of (lie growers cott
pled with the nK-rsuaslve arts of the
Healers, who are expens. nave juhw ih
many Kales from ! to la e'tits.
Is It supply anil demand that . fixes
prices . U'low (lie cost of production,
when there Is a great shortage with a.
The fruit growers maintain prices
by pooling; the caiiiierymen get good
prices by pooling; mohair brings ad
vanced prices by iooliiig, the Stayton
wheat farmers got H cents per buhel
abov the market price, by piMiling: the
Inipoi'tcrs of grain bags ami burlap
maintain prk 's by isioling; in each of
these iusitauces cousuuiers pay' tho
To pretend that hop growers CAN
NOT maintain reasonable 'prices' by.
pooling is absurd. Indications now are
that fair prices will be paid for hops
without a itnnhlned elToit. If hops
should go (o '27 cents per poimd, which
a conservaiiv! iltMiler aod one of "it he
nust en ref'tl . business iik-h of Salem
says. will He paid for a goMl portion
o. this scion's hop crop, beer will be
110 more than 5 cei(s m-r itlass.
Hops will undoubtedly tiring a good'
price; but, the question Ih whether. Iho
tirt or wcond' hands Will reap the
1. ...... It -"'..lv.Jt... II... .......1
'fll"UI, T. llv I Ull I III. . l IIUIII I l All UIPL
buyer will get 'the profit. . '.. '
Brooks, Or., Sept. 14. l!s0. -
M. L. JONES.
1' 1(1 I i . 1I1(111(. IIL K.M.I t.h. 1I UII
drier lMlonging to II. W. Ileckcr and
W. J. Jones, near Shaw, burned Friday
night about 10 o'clock. Mr. Binker
left the drier alont !) o'clock nud had
geusto liU homo for the night. The
ojlgln of the lire Is a mystery, (he own
ers Itoiiirj unable to account for it. The
drier had a capacity -of about '-eight 5'
bushels :i lay and was insured for
$."ki. There was also $pilN) Insurance
on the fruit. It is not' known what
company tlie Insurance is carried in,
but it Is represented by W. W. Elder,
When shall we three meet again
In thunder, lightning, or In rain?
Tua rriu'iriu la i.i.
BnrTthrvt, !lrul:ia nOnnm, lortll-
rh 1 1 mlnuk. Colli Sorn.K.-Jk'n.. Mr.r
'Toltlw." Fortni"g T TrlT0 W1P
CUiUS AKY FAIN ltfSlDE OB, 0U1'
In om to Uurtr mliiuir.
Ji H. i ty mai He Vre&VMMji.
JUST COME AND SEE
"LORD LURGAN 2d"
Score 94 3-4, By Gore
Sertlce Fee $3. .:;
Mr. Bush, the noted Judge, say he
will soon score more than U. iKilnts.
Docs and Jitters cheap. Docs bred
and -unbred.- Plenty of youngsters
ready to sell In pairs, or singly.
Give the imys and girls a chance to
make easy money by raising them.
Will Exklblt Mores ot the State Fair.
,. Sre Tatar, ' ''.-'-.!
Morion Square Rafabitry
r. A. WELCH, Prop. j
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