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TATi:,-M.:r. .. Friday, may
I hif ad 13 an arrow launched at yonr brain; , we want i it
to lodge there: and hold for all time in your memory this
simple business : message: That Barr's is a store of choice
things, honestly priced, i ine jewelry, cut glass and silver
ware cannot be bought for a song. But they caw be sold
more cheaply, than some do sell them, and this is both our
opportunity and yours also.
Bars::Jevjry: Store: .
Ccretr State zWi liberty Streets, Saleo. . leaders la law Trices
''.1.5. . j ' '' ' ' mi-- ' j " v. '- 1 -"
Chickens S to 9c per -pound, i
Spring chicken 12 to 15c.
Eggs-l3c cah. -. i f
PORTLAND, Or.. May 22. Wheat,
Walla Walla. 6jr; Bluestem, 7c.
6'Sc; Club, 5.V4c
May 22. Bluestem,
San Francisco, May 22, Wheat, cash,1
Liverpool. May 22.-
-Wheat, July. Cs,
Chicago, May 22. Wheat, JulyfT op
ening, 4727c; closing, 74c Barley,
972c. Flax, $1.89; Northwestern,
$1.7.' - f - ;-:--;
The local market quotation yester
day were as follows: v j
Wheat 56 cents. ' ' j '
Oats Nominal at $1.10 per cental.
I lay Cheat, $8; clover, SI027; tim
othy, 190110; wheat. $8. I .
Flour 75 to. 83o per sack; 12.79 ! to
$2 per barrel. f .
Milt Feed Bran $17.00; shorts, $19.00;
Butter 12 18c per lb (buying);
creamery. 17V4c ,
Eggs 13c, cash. (
Chickens 8 to 9c per pound.
Spring chickens 124 to 15v
Fork Gross, 85Kc; dressed,, Q
t cents. j i
Beef Steers.' 3940414c; fcows, 8c;
good heifers, 4e. '
Mutton Sheep, 2c, on foot,;
Veal 6,c, dressed. ",
Potatoes 75c per bushel.; . .
Wool 12013c. I
Mohair 23V. cents. I ' i
BIIFOUB,, GUTHRIE & CO.
.- -v ,, -. i
Huyrs and Shipper of ,
Dealers In 1
Hop Groro1 Supplies
Warehouses? at .
TURNER. MA CLEAT.
SlfAW. x ' " SALEM.
SWITZERLAND. IIALSEY. i
IFGRS. OF "ROYAL" FLOUR.
J. ol GRAHAM,
J. : Manager
, 207 Commercial ,St I Salem.
' ' For all purposes;-
Bcreen Doors and Windows. Sawed
and Cut Shingles.
i 69 SUte St., Salem
We carry Chinese I)rugs and
Medicines. All kinds of roots and
herbs. Good fr blood, and all
kinds of sickness.' j f ,
TICK SO TONCH CO., I f
127 Stite Btreet, t i : Salern Oregon
U -T II
Opium, t4 aMgtt-tfl
TOUaCCO tatruD-Albiaa: U
S Using f P&oas Flak 1S6 Or. . Q
Hops Hops Hops
If you are In t erected la hop nnn
and prices. It wUl pay 70a to get to
reports of the. :
N. Y. HOP BCPOIlTINa CO-
! - ZS Whitehall St.
1 Kew York Citjr.
EMMET WELLS, Oen. Manager.
-. CILIES SULUOr, "JEBOITE"
NO. 2V63i 1
Will stand for MareS the coming sea
son s.t Corner of- Ferry; and Liberty
'streets. For Pedigree and particulars
call on v; - t -
Dr. W. Loric:
- ""VeUrlnary Surgeon.
Phono SCCL Salem. Oregon
' NEW AND SECOND HAND STORE
I have opened a store at 326 Com
mercial St., next door North of Sav
age and Reid's, where I will be glad
'to vee all my old and new friends and
customers. I buy ; Second-hand
goods and pay highest cash prices.
r carry all kinds of Chinese drugs and
medicines. Roots and- herbs nature's
medicine. Good for all kinds of sick
ness. Cures opium' habit. . Good for
the blood and kidneys.
DR. KUM BOW WO,
254 Liberty Street, Salem, Oregon
S. C. STONE, M.P
STONE'S DRUG STORES
- : l -liEM, OREGON. ; ' '-'
Can Be Cured. Read This: ;
Amity, Or.. May 20, 1902.
For the Ufcifit cf. n tone afflicted wtih
rupture or taenua I vlll ktat that i hive been
cated oione by m "Ilooest John" ttut old
t m and fittwd by Dr. btone, Salem, Or. .
, . . i , Wm. Ooffrler
('all and. investigate these trusses, No.
' 235 and 297 Commercial St. j
.There are a great many points about
mowing machines that the "prospective
buyer is apt to overlook, especially if
he's left the buying of his mower till
the last minute and wante to buy uuJ
hurry home to get away from, the per
sistent saleeman of this,' that or the
others mower,, who alii have the best"
of course. The thing to do, however. Is
to Ut the machine do a. Httle talking.
le your eyes, a little common sense,
ad if the mower can't help sell Itself,
pass it up. ; J, '(":' . L
Now,. the McCormick, for Instance, j
.'Is the-heaviest mower. I-
. i Has the widest main frame.
iThe heaviest main j frame.
iThe heaviest cutter bar.
The highest wheels . . ; i.-.-
The longiest pltmanL i
Of any mower in te field. One plnt
to remember. Is that when you are, de
veloping power you have, to stay 1n
contact with the soureti. In the mow
er. It's really the weight: that's the
whole of it, for if It's) a featherweight,
it will slide the wheels every time you
cut your grass. Then, if you want to
cut grass with the least retrtstanoe, lr,e
cutter bar most -fee absolutely unyield
ing, and the McCOrrrilckrjoold rolled bar
with the extra reinforcement on he
near edgre. present- the heaviest, stlffest
bar that's made. This makes weight,
and to counterbalance this, they make
a wide, heavy frame, and place he
gearing at the extreme left whlch ab
solutely, does away with side draft, a
fact' that can bei proven any time by
dropping the neckyoke. The main bev
el gear, too, Is supported at both lends
by bearings, which is not the case with
many others. '.' i - . i, - ' (
, Th0 hickory pitman bar is extremely
long, whjch reduce the friction to the
minimum, and the knife Is always in
direct line, no matter how much the
bar ma be tilted. 4The knife runs In
the bari against extra long wearing
plates, which cfta be- replaced 'when
worn, at smalt cost 'making the bar
practically Indestructible. -t ' ! ,
The draw.cut iofthe McCormk-k is
the only (perfect draw cat on the mar-,
k. for iiot nly tdoea It draw directly
from the! main shoe, but the .double
trees ar4 hitched directly to - Iti and
under the tongue, making the pull up
Instead of down, as In many others.
This takes the neck weight from the
team, another fact which : you can
prove by dropping' the ' neckyoke ' and
starting the team down a swath. .
4 The McCormick runs on roller bear
ings, and with its firmly s-t gearing
and subste.nl al weight, gets Into the
grass and cuts the longest of it w'th
the least friction of any mower made.
' If you're on. the market fora 'ma
chine, it's. your duty to see them all.
and you cant fail to admit the superi
ority of the cCormlck when you leave
alt prejudices aside, and buy on merit.
Ve have already , set out with sa1es
much in advance of last season at this
datei and if-you're on the market, you'll
do well to see us. , -
Send your name; we'll forward cat
alog. ' ,
F.-A. WIG GIN
255-257 Ultriy SU Salea
' Farm Machinery. Wagons, Buggies,
aicycles. Sewing IfacLlnca.
CSewin-? Machine Repairing by N.
- ILBurley. i ,
:"-'': ' ' i : '- -f ' 1
' Wbeii the stomach it weak your
f4od remains undigested and you
fail to receive ,the proper nourishment-
from 'It Try a dope of Wos
tetter's itomack tilt i era after each
meal. It will aid the stomach in Its
work of digtstkm and prevent Dyp
pcpsla. Coast I pat Ion. Bllloasmtss
ana Nerveasmtss, - Try it. .' :
, ; HOSTETTER'S
Old Flasr and Its Glor
ious History Is
STRUGGLES TO KEEP IT AFLOAT
IT WAS A STANDARD OF FREE
DOM IN THE FIRST BATTLE FOR
LIBERTY.: AND HAS ' BEEN
f THROUGH ALL THE YEARS.
(The Statesman is pleased to print
communications upon topics of general
interest at any time. There Is scarce
ly any limit-to the topics of general
Interest It Is asked only that corres
pondents refrain ' from personalities
and use care that nothing be written
of a libelous or unworthy or untruth
ful nature.) i
"Long may It wave o'er the land, of
the free and the home of the brave.
was the sentiment expressed long ago
by a poet and patriot and Is the sen 11
ment today of every loyal, law abiding
The history of this eld. nag is fraught
with interest to every loyal son of our
revolutionary forefathers and to thou
sands upon multiplied thousands who
have flocked to Its protection ? from
every quarter of the globe -and over
whomNjt now floats in a new and
broader ense In the land of the free.'
We only have to turn tc the war rec
ords of both the Civil War and the lr.te
Spanish American War and ce thre
enrolled the names of thousands of for
eign born, especially Germans, ajvi the
sons of the Emerald-Isle, .the) land of
jthe shamrock, .who fought side by side
with our own nativeNons to help up-,
hold this as the "land of the free and
the home of the brave." Simultaneous
ly with our flag-was born the birth of
our republic and has been mr rally
ing standard for more than nXcentury
and' a quarter, always - standing for
right, and freedom and justice, wher
evtr it has been raised, and here let
me say that It has never been pulled,
down where it was once planted, and
NEVER WILL BE. To know what it
cost to establish that flag In the be
ginning we have) only to turn to the
annuls of history and read the story of
Bunker Hill, of .Valley. Forge, of Oer-1
mantown, of IBrandywine, and; follonv
that ragged Continental army, cold and
hungry, leaving their life blood on bat
tle fields and in the) footprints on the
snow and frozen ground. Their wives
and mothers, .sisters, and sweethearts
struggling bravely at home to keep the
wolf from , the door and burning the
midnight oil, making: clothing and
bandages, moulding bullets' from their
pewter plates and jspooKs and - In a
thousand ways enduring privations and
hardships, that at this day jseem in
credulousAnd for what?. Th it the
flag should float over the land of the
freo. : . ' ":" ."
In 1812 we had a repetition of the
former experience, only In a milder
form. In. this ,dark night of our na
tion's history, "by the rockets and
glare of the bombs bursting in air gave
proof through the night that our flag
was still there." -.
When Texas threw; -off 'her yoke of
allegiance to Mexcio. and paid the
penalty with the blood of her noblest
sons on a dozen battlefields, and. in
' ' ' S- '' ' - : ' .
Too en nwks yoor hm
Mt M aori aa slo-e
4 mm Mh m wlr bf
wmlog El'UKKA Uar
Oil You cw
lenftlM- Ita Uftt-maka It
laat twle aa Ions M
aakaa a pear looklnr bar
Mat lika saw. Mada of
para, baafy bod tad oil, a.
saciaUy pHparwl to wlU
SoM a vai j vbaia
tn cna .llai .
Kifi STra ci cii
YOUR. .FAITH SlSJST S
lf 4eA oora la ad stress we
.11 MtrT"- gAtm stceacareor rcfaod
mosey, and m aend ytm
free trial bottle if yon write for It.
SHXXOH'S coata Z5 cents sod will care Con
Somptioa, pDetunoni, Bronchitis sad all
Lung Tronhles. Will core a cough or cold
in s day, and thus prevent serious- results.
It hmm been dotna; Uieae thing for SO years,
a. C Wttu St Co- Le Rcrr, N.T.
Karl's Clover Root Tea csrrecU Om Stoouuk
: Barr's German
.- V "
Hsals ., quickly all - cuts or bruises,
draws soreness out of tame back, and
draws slivsrs out of flesh which often
break off too short ts pulL Stlcks'liks
sticking plastsr. Try it and you will
never be without. By mail 25 cents.
No. 120 State St, S&lew, Or.
j the fatal Alamo, struggled for. a time
(with her? own Independence, then
'came knocking at the loor of . the
Union Sor admission: her cry was
heard, and she was taken into the sis
terhood of, states. The old flag was
raised over those brave people and to
keep It there cost a war with Mexico
and again for the third time si nee its
birth those stars and stripes . were
bathed in the blood of patriots, and its
folds were (torn by shot and shell. But
this was of short duration, tpeae was
again restored and prosperity reigned
But era long mutterlngs again- were
heardv There is trouble In. the family
of states, which Increases In volume
until the family is in a state of turmoil
andiall are seeking the cause. . The
whole cause Is summed up in one sen
tence of the immortal Lincoln. ThIs
Government cannot exist half slave end
The struggle that followed is familiar
to . all of us. It is the. blackest page
on our American history. Neve- In the
history of the world was such carnage
seen and never were there two armies
composed of as brave men. It is not
necessary to enlarge on this. .We are
all familiar with those scenes of car
nage,' and wet all know that at the close
of those four years of carnage that old
flag still floated over a united people.
and not a shackled slave within our
broad domain. r
What did It cost to make that flag
the flag of the free? - Turn to thef story
of Antietam, of Gettysburg, of Chance 1-
lorsville, of the Wilderness, go to those
prison pens at Libby and Andersonvule,
sit down and talk to any one of ,thoss
old veterans who fought In those dark
days, and wjw have left their youth
and vitality, yea, and many times parts
of their bodies, on the battle field, and
you will only get a. faint' glimpse! of
what that flag has cost But great es
was the cost, the reward was far great
erj.' For thirty years the battle banners
had been folded away. The dogs of war
lay Bleeping, when without any warn
Ing, as a thunder bolt from a clean sky
came the news that the battleship
Maine with all her: gallant crew, had
gone down In Havana harbor.
The electric spark that carried the
news filled every patriotic Heart who
vengeance, and the oogs or war arous
ed so suddenly from their slumbers
were tugging at thtr chains to be turn
ed loose upon the perpetrators of the
crime. - . '. -' : - i. - - - ' ' -
Sectional lines vanish before the pa
triotic wave, and boys in blue and boys
a gray take up thrtr guns and drav
their swords from their rusty sheaths
to maintain the sacred honor of those
old stars and stripes. Men who once
fought to destroy it, vie with those who
fought, to maintain it to see ho should
render first -allegiance. ; The story is
fresh in all our memories, and we have
not , yet forgotten the thrill that we
felt when old Joe Wheeler,: an cx-
Confederate, side by side with "Our
Teddy," and his now world famous
Rough Riders made their charge up
San Juan hill. Nor have) we forgotten
how Dewey, with "Old Glory" at the
mast head, sailed Into Manila bay on
that bright May morning and electrlrled
the world by his news ofvlctory. The
old flag, the Stars and Stripes which
we all love were! hoisted, and by; all
the blood of every American patriot,
the flag will never be hauled, down.
When the call for volunteers was made
and the old "Ship of State came
alongside ana let oown ner gang pianK
onNour shore, there marched aboard as
brave and patriotic band as ever wore
the blue, of whose ''deeds we all are
proud and whose praises we iall der
light to aing. THE BOYS OF THE
SECOND OREGON. Some of them
never came' back, but they fought the
fight for freedom, not for. them selves,
but for a helpless) and downtrodden
race."'..-.- . ." XI . ; V "- -: -
Shall we, who have Sung their
praises swelled wlthV pride at ' their
acbjevemmts, dined and wined 'With
them on thetp return, ,n6w( by our votes
sajr "pull down tbe flag?" No. a thou
sand times. No Do you believe that
th old flag that was born with- the
birth of freedom, that has floated over
thii asylum; of .the oppressed from all
lands, that struck the- shakcles for, the
blick man, that lifted from Cuba the
yoke that oppressed her for centuries,
now stands for oppression In the Phil
ippines? , You know It does not.
Our flag has always) stood for free
dom,. whether floating peacefully ovef
our. country school house or entwined
around the sacred altar or in the front
man who would not take his gun arid
go out If need be to maintain her su
premacy? Yet we are not called upon
now to do that; , but by the bravery
our convictions, the .courage of 4 cur
manhood, let 11s goj to the polls on the
2d of June and cast a vote that will
uphold the flag In the Philippines, and
thje jparty that planted It them -
ILAXL'S: GREAT DISCOVEltY.
One small bottle of Rail's Great Dis
covery cures all kidney and twadaer
troubles, removes gravel, "cores dia
betes, seminal emissions, weak and
lame- backs. ' rheumatism and . all ir
regularltles of the kidneys and tladder
in both men : and women, regulates
bladder troubles In chlVdien. If not
old by your druggist, will be sent by
mail on receipt of II. One small bot
tle Is two month's treatment, and will
cure any case above mentioned. Dr.
E. W. Hall, solemanafacturer, P," O.
Box, 429, St, LouU, Mo. Send for testi
monials. Sold by all druggists, and at
OR. 8. C. STONE'S drug, stores, Sa
lem, Oregoc ,-- - -
- . READ THIS.'
Bandon, Ore., Dec t, 1901.
Dr. E Wi Hall. St. Louis, Uo-Dear
Sir: -I have used your Texas Wonder
for kidney and rheumatic trouble.
Its effects are wonderful. '- It has no
equal, and I . can ( cheerfully recom
mend It. Yours truly,
j A Doctor's Bad Phlight.
pTwo yturs ago, as a result of a se
vere cold. I lost my voice." writes Xr.
M, X. Scarbrough, t of . Hebron, Ohio,
then began an obstinate cough. Every
remedy known to ine as a practicing
physician for th1rtyfive years, failed.
nd I daily grew worse. Being urged to try
Dr. King's New . Discovery for Con
sumption. Coughs and colds. X found
quick relief, and for last ten days have
felt better than for two years. Pos
itively guaranteed for Throat and Lung
troubles by Dr. Stone's Drug Stores.
50c and $1,00. i Trial bottles free.
- iJL1J,1,,1 ti Tr a 1 - - Vr Sfc- as. aa. , - St sssssssssis lani 1 M
'Caster la Is o harmless snhstltuto for Castor Oil, ; Parexi
coric, Irops nntl Hoothlnpr Hyrups. It llcaxant. ' It
contains neither Opium, Morpliino nor other J'arcotlo
nabstancc. It destrojs Worms antl allays Fcverishneiw.
- It enres liarrho.a ami AVInd Colic - It relieves TeotA
fn Troubles and cures Constipation. It resrtilates tho
Stomach and Uovrels, pivinsr Jielthy and natural eleen.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Use For ;
ct ,rs n eowMvT
. What you can do until you lohk. We JiI hot know that we couM
fret a solid oak 3-piece bedroom set t hat we coukl sell with profit at
$13.60 until we-got our eyes on the magniiicent oak timber of North
Carolina. Like the cotton industry, the furniture factories are shifting
from the north to the south whenj the rawL material is chearcst. This
is the secret of our car. load purchase ;and the extremely low price at
which we are placing thewe suits tin the market.
More Wall Paper to Arrive Monday or Tuesday
THE HOUSE FURNISHING CO.
308 Commercial street.
Stores at Salem
P. S. -Get a footstool free
. $ -.-
cr-3Tsr,- - --.as-'Vaa, r?
SIRED BY McCLANAHAN 22437, on of Roy Wllkea 2:0.
First dam, M1RA GOLDDTJST. by Pedro 5?04 2:25. son of Idol 44, air
Fldol ZMM, etc. Second dam FAbJ NT GOLDDUST, by fluide 1197. sire of
.15 dams of 17 In the list. Third dam KIT, by Golddust 150, srre of Lucille
GoMdust 2:164. Fleety Golddust 2:20etc- -'l -
BROADHEART Is one of J.he flnekt stallions, In the slate, and with but
'little handling shows himself to 'be a very ptomiiing trotter. MIe will bej
allowed to serve a few mares st
S20 BY TI1E SEASON, WITH-VSTJ AL RETURX PRIVILEGE.
I invite oreeders to come and see this horse before breeding their
mares elsewhere. - T W. O. TRINE, FAIR GROUNDS. OK.'
CAPTAIN, JpNE 29666
Sire or Lady Jones 2:46 (In the mud.)
WINNER OF THE TWO-YEAR-OLD TROTT1KJ STAKE AT THE STATE FAIR LABT YEA It.
&tre McKlaaey 2:1 It. ,.
Sirs of 4 In the 2:10 list, 49 In Uia 2:13 list, 28 In the 3tX list, at 14 yean of age. rneioH-d
by any sire of Ms are. .
First dam MIDuAY BELLE, by Gcssipei 2 MM, sire of Gazelle 2:11!, Miss Jewie iM. snd
etbers. ----- : i,. - 1. t " -
"ecoal 6mm BRIAR BELLE (dsm of ITrBrier 2:14 by Don Wilkes ZVl ton ol Alcyone. .
Third dam by Marabrlno Paiciien. M, the g r?at brood-mars sire;
roonn asm dt Ain iooi sa. toqnatr oi in a
CAPTAIN JON rs a b.c stallion foaled
perfect trotting action and proniHea to be aj
rfect trotting Action and proniHea to be i
Den orra son anas pronounced sire-ot antiorta
t bred son indi Dtoaouncad sire-ol an t for in
j IRVINGTOX PARE; PpRTLAKP FEU. 1 TO APRIL 1, FAIR GROUXD8, 8ALEM.
- ., AlklL 1 TO JfLY 1.- ' ..
Terms, $ aj.oo Season. 1 10 payablt i st time ol service, balance stead ol season.
JOHN PENDER, Fair
beal Brown stallion ; star!,
very few white hairs on right
Bred by C F. Emery. Forest
Ohio. Foaled June I. 1885.
at the lied Front Barn,
Htreets. Kaleni." Orecron.
His colts may be seen at the
GOOD NEWS TO
for toe i
Pink Etc E
:.. Subscribe for
JEEol m cLel SSQO
Over 30 Years.
PUw!? wrmrrrawm tqhv errr .
Next door to PostofUcr.
with your carpet. '
Keg. Xo. im -
1..S HatKla lltli.
Wlht -IISS fHMtri'U.
Six years old.
iss on i latnijy.
in iw:., stands IS.t bands, welcbs 1100-roun'ls. !
great tr mt his-h rtaa boraea. il la IfrKlnncf
lot of colls.
lot nf colts. OnUin J.u rill m mMm ttue arao
Grounds, Salem, Or.
near hind foot while, and a
front foot ; 15 3-4 hands high.
Citv Btock Farm. Cleveland,
Will make the season. IftOL
corner Trade and Commercial
State Fair Grounds.
ie celebrated powders art made from a recipe ore
an Veterinary Baron. and bare been thoroughly tested
i past 15 years in this coantry. Com poen of purtrcr
retneds. are a safe and anre Ct'R E for M EAvCSsnd I f'J'
powders are made from a recipe 'aj
nwhKhhnratrw.nch aaCo-gh,Col(ls. BliJ t-Strtiw
, Eptsootic, and Lom of Aprtetite. As a blood ponS
t so eonal. For aate by Wboleaale and KetaU Prolr-
B-i'-t.- Price f?' eenta prr naekaire. mail. 0 cent. Front
MUSSIAJI REMEDY COKFAAY. SI. PAVUU&H. Kama Uus oaocc