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WEEKLY OREGON STATESMAN, FRIDAY,-MAY; "5 0, I3P2.
. - . . .
Class of Sixteen Yoknz Pec-
? - pie Complete School Year
exercise s Yesterday
Were Interesting and Impres
sive and ftuch En
PROF. W. C. HATVXEY MADE THE
'..ADDRESS TO THE CLASS AND
GOV," , T. . T. " GEER PRESENTED
THE" ' DIPLOMAS A MEMORIAL
(Prom' Thursday's .Statesman.) "'
- Yesterday was commencement day
at', the 1Cheroawa Indian Training
School,' and a class of sixteen young
people Hiweler young- men and four
girls were graduated,' and will': take
up the battieof life on their own ac
count. This class was last ' evening
presented with the diplomas ", showing
their graduation, art. the commencement
exercisesj In the assembly room of the
school, before crowded house. Gov.
T. T. Geerjpf esenting each of T ths
jyoung people with this certificate of
their Industry. Ptt was fc; simple yet
Impressive, cefremony "wnich followed
the , rendition f an excellent com
mencement program, and the several
hundred" visitors from thu city, who
em Joyed the program, i were ".' highly
pleased with their exercises : .. 1. ..
All of yesterday was: given to the
" entertalnmnt of vlsltprs who came to
the school to atfliid the commence
ment day exercises. During the fore
noon the : Industrial' departments were
visited, and the Indian boys and girls,
young mtin and young women, ,were
seen a their several tasks, and the
r visitors were given a good Insight into
the methods of teaching the young
Indians to becomti .more useful mem
bers of "society, as employed at the
Chemawa school. ' ' ' -
At. noon the visitors we're guests of
the officers of-the school for the mid
day, meal, and a" pleasant hour was
spent. AtJLjm. the Chemawa
Hand, one of the leading musical ag-
ex-ellent; concert in the band stand
fronting the main school 'building, af-
and young: to' the parade ground, and
ait enjoyed the spectacle: of three
companies of the Indian School Cadets
going through different military evolu
tions with . an; ease and faithfulness
to detail that was surprising And grat
ifying In the extreme. f "fr
This was follewed by the roost; im
portant program of ' the .afternoon,
when Sunt. T. "W. Potter knd his sta.fr.
together with, the school": and visitors,
fathered in the assembly room for the
t,la exercises, and the 'presentation of
a memorial winaow to ine scnooi. xne
assembly room was filled to overflow
5 ing,wKh Supt. Potter, the class or J90f,
the Junior class and several ministers
from - this city occupying the plat-
form. t ( After prayer by Rev. H.' A.
Ketehorh, the members of the class of
1902 rendered an Interesting program,
Including the class poem, the history
of the i'lass, .the 'class oration; a ren
nfTIon by the class humorists, who
presented the class spoon to the mem
ber. designated as the "class spoon:"
and the address to the Junior class by
one of the graduates, during which
the latter presented to the president of
the Junior -class, the pony and ; spade,
amidst the cheerfcjand laughter of the
audience. Thprogram was concluded
i At . .
"y me unveiling .anu presentation to
the - school, 1 the ass. of a beau tl
Jful memorial window : In stained
Klasn, occupying the centre of the wall
bcta of the stage. . The window car
ries; as a centre piece, the monogram
I. 8.." and under it the Inscription,
"'presenUxt by the class of 1902.IOver
the window, in the class colors was the
motto, The higher we.- rise, the grand
er the view." r The . presentation of
the window was received, wllh cheers,
and Hunt. T. W. Potter, in a few well
ehosen words, accepted the. present on
behalf of the school, and"thanked the
class.. The1' exercises were concluded,
with prayer by Rev George C. Rltchcy,
of Salem. , ' .-'
At 4 o'clock a game of base-ball was
Played befween tho . Cbemawa team
and. the: tiritiamette University nine.
The gamer was Interesting from- , the
fact that the Indian boys had Itr-all
their own way, resulting in-a score of
22 to t in favor of Chemawa. 7'Y
At,T;J0 o'clock thi graduating exer
clues were held, witnessed by a large
crowd from. this lty. I An intereaUng
program was rendered at the conclu
sion of which Prof. Vj C Hawley dr
Hvered the address to the, class, a
brief synopsis or "which follows:
The American .Republic fa founded
otr-ttm intelligence, . morality 'and pa
triotlsm"of Its people. The" interest.
it ias takch In the education rr an
races of its cltlxens Is one of its dt
.tinRiiished characteriaicfti It has d-
vntaj i i.... if ttm. ruirpei I
to this TDuroose. and has aided in all
manner of educational enterpr'ss
from that of the elementary syh"l t
the unlrerslty. and has ,so dlvrln-1
II ,rnrK K afrnn'l KlltntTHlV IH .11 1
to the development f the powert of J
Its pVple. In' theei: enterikis0 It h-s '
lnflud?t the tniUm neotila ' and has.
glvcnthcm special & hotels that th
special '.fiuallties of tb, people might
have unlmpeh'M. iVvf-l'pmcnt All
this hat beenUnr th? h' grt-atrt
service might-b- render I tn th state
by all races of. its H?s ns In th- in
crease of Its material - wealth, We
arc a rich but. unexhwusted rv
and each, succeeding general '
of the country until the flag
a people so de-eloped .that !VAfy r'.
may s&l its peculiar gift to th !fal
of our civilisation. Weexpec t u ur"'H
and valuable contribution from "the
iRdian iK-oplft i . . . - '
At the conclusion , of ' the address.
Governor Geer presented the diplomas
to the graduates. They are:j. ;
James Smith, Buckeye. Cal;
William Ingram, Redding, Cal.
Thomas Young, Shasta, CaL'' ' ""-
Stephen Knight, Ukiah. Cal. " 1
Alfred Gi Ills, Kennet. Cal.
Josef a Maria, Coveio. Cal.
Nicholas Iwls, Roy, Wash. "-.
William' Mabone, 3N"eah Bay. Wash.
John Raub Dungeness, Wash.
Charles Alexlsport Madison, Wash.
. Joseph Wollan, Fir. Wash. . .
"Vina Wood worth, Roy Waih. .
Theresa Chesaw, Loom is. Wash.
Gertrude." Brewer, Ghcmawa, Or. '
Andrew PJcard, Pendleton, pr. r -
Arthur Bensell, 'Siletz,' Or.
The 10: 20. overland train was order
ed to stop' at Chemawa and bring the
?50 Salem people, In attendance at the
sxeTcises to this city, but the conduc
tor had failed to get the orders and
the train passed through Chemawa. at
the rate -of thirty-five miles an hour
leaving the crowd of Salemite stand
ing : on the platform. Supt. ; T. W.
Potter secured telephone . . connection
with the Southern Pacific offices ', In
Portland, and asked to have the pver-
land sent back to bring the. Salem peo
ple home, but this, failed, and the vis
itors were highly incensed at the rail
road people a a result. However, an
arrangement was finally made, where
by a special train was sent out, which
reached Chemawa at J o'clock this
Thursday) minting, and the' visitors
were brought home. ; The Salem
Light, Power Sc Traction Co. met the
special train at the station with three
cars, bringing: the visitors down own.
The hours spent at Chemawa, waiting
for the train, did not "hang, heavy on
the hands of most of the, people, for
Supt. Potter brought out the band.
and an impromptu dance was much
enjoyed by all who ared to trip the
"light fantastic" ; ? ,
SUte of Ohio. Cityof. Toledo.
Prank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is the senior partner .of the firm of F.J.
Cheney & Co., doing business ln the
City of Toledo, County and State afor
said, and that said, firm will pay the
sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for
each and., every ease ' of .Catarrh . that
cannot be cured by . the use of Hall's
CaUrrh Cure. - - ' '-, . x
. FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of Decem
ber. A. D.tl386, : , ,h: - ' v
(SeaL) , A. W. GLEASON,-,
Notary Public .
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internal
ly and acts directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Send
for U-rtlmonials. free. ;
T, J. CHENEY & CO, Toledo. O.
Sold by druggists$,75c ;; .
Hall's Family Pills are the best
REV. DR. DOANE.
". ." - ' - . . ' -
Rev. N. Doane; D.d, Dean of
the ; Theological "School of
the Portland University,Cel-
ebrated His Golden Wedding
tast September. Q
This worthy -man has been at the
head of the Methodist1 church in the
Northwest over. 40 ; rears. , He had a
double reason' to "be congratulated on
this occasion, as he was totally deaf for
years, rand in;wte.;or , lus aoyancea
age. his hearing was restored last
April by Dr. Darrin, now located at-
tha Willamette hoteL Salem, until July
No one will attempt to iueition the
reverened'gentleman's word, as his un
blemished record is well, known. He
tells hie Story below In his own words,
r Univerelty Park. Portland, Or., April
26. 11899. To whom it may concern and
encourage, to friends who have suffer
ed like myself, the loee of hearing. ' On
April 24th I called onr ,Dr. Darrin.
whom I believed to be a skilled aurist
and physician, to restore my hearing.
He applied his remedlee and electrlcty
to one ear and cured the deafness in
a few minutes. Then he turned his at
tention id the other ear, which did not
seem to i yield so readily.' For this ear
the! doctor gave me medicines to use at
home, which I am now. using. I lhink
It the duty of all who are afflicted to
have their hearing restored If possible,
and I know n one whom I think more
skilled than Dr. Darrin. ; ... : y V
NEH EMI All DOANE.
WHAT ' FURTHER TREATMENT
I DID FOR REV. DR.' DOANE.
; To the Editor: Som4 two weeks ago
or more I said something of regaining
my hearing under the treatment of Dr.
Darrin. of which I had suffered f for
several years. On the. first application
the deafness of one ear the left) was
remedied. The difficulty with the other
was more serious. 2 1 applied jthe medi
cine faithfully nf went again to the
doctor who succeeded entirely In re-
atnrtncF h lout sense of , hearing, .so
that when . I went out- upon1 'intra
street, Portland It seemed to te the
noisiest crty I was ever In. My hearing
t - UU remains 'fl'".'".. t"1
WITH DIl. DARRIN. i
- I . (Medford Enquirer.) '
To the E'ditor: ;For two years prior
to going, urrler Dr. Darrin's electrical
t re t me n't I was afflicted with ' heart
trouble, sour stomach, dyrpepsia, bloat
iny.and pains. Dr- ' Darrin has cured
met Refer anyone; to me St my home
in. Medford. . or 1V: letter io postofflce
boj6 226. I most t-arnefc-tly commend Dr.
Darrin- as a "skillful physldao.t
j : 1 J. K. DARNELL.
Dr7 Darrin's terms for treatment are
now 5 a weok. or in ? that proportion
of time, as the case may require, ex
cept in special . cases. ? The poor
treated free, except medicines, fr
Mf. and Mrs. U. J. Lehman went to
Wood burn yesterday: afternoon Zo t5-r
main over night with friends.
- THE PEOPLE
Scratchins: the. Bead i of the
Ticket and What May 1
A CORRESPONDENT ASKS THE
MARION COUNTY REPUBLICAN'S
80ME , PERTINENT . QUESTIONS
w AND COUNSELS COOL .JUDG
(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. J ' . -
Editor Statesman: . ,'''
- As . we . are - Just on . the eve
of ah. Important state election,
the result of: which t, . Is , a
matter of concern to the . national
administration, every loyal Republican
should hesitate before be scratches a
single name . from the' ticket. Espe
cially: is this true as to the Governor
and the Legislative ticket, the only
political offices involved. When news
of i the result is sent to the. Eastern
States': which are concerned as to
whether, or not - Oregon Is , to remain
true to, her Republican record. it .will
all be; Cased on the yote for Governor,
as that is the only-political office on
ihe state ticket. Before you scratch
go, off some where in a' corner .and
write: out your reasons. for scratching
and study, it all over before you vote.
Aslc yourself whether .or noi you be
lieve in Republican principles.-? Ask
yourself whether or not Furnish does
not t represent: . Republican ' principles
and whether or not Chamberlain does
not represent .Democratic principles.
Will not Chamberlain's election be
heralded Joyfully all over this coun
try by Democratic press as a glorious
Democratic victory? By electing him
how much will you gain personally as
a cltisen? Was not ; Furnish fairly
nominated? ;If you. say he was not.
sit down and explain fn. Writing what
renson jrou haveN for saying, so. .Don't
give us rumots set afloat by his ene
mies, but state facts of which yox have
personal knowledge. in taking any
other important step In life you '.sift
matters to the bottom, and' you do "not
tako counsel of your prejudices and
and. your personal spites -and your
likes and your jdislikes. ' How' do you
explain the grea personal popularity
of Mr. Furnish in, .Umatilla , . county,
where he has lived; for-T31 j years, 'and
where be. received a practically unani
mous yof e in the primaries? : Did he
buy these j votes? Are not the people
of Umatilla who have so often honor
ed Mr. Furrdsh as reputable- taa,Tehe
people of Marion . county, : and" - would
not you. as residents of Marlon, resent
the , suggestion, that Geer's popularity
here was not real but that he had
stuffed ' the primaries? ! 'Are -you alone
rightj and is everybody ,. else wrong?
Is your Judgement " better, and are
your motives ' any more pure, than
those of the 248 delegates In the State
Convention who decided that Mr. Fur
nish was a worthy and capable man
and entitled to the nomination? Should
they, although an overwhelming , ma
jority of the conveiftlon, have sacri
ficed their own Judgment, and allowed
you to dictate the nomination? Why
Is it that any of us should become so
thoroughly eaten up wHh our own self
conceit that we should insist that our
judgment, and ours alone, should he
deferred to In matters of this kind?
How ' does It happen that we, and only
we, are right, and that everybody else
is wrong? Suppose that Instead of
Furnish, the) State' Convention had
nominated Mr. Geer or.. Mr Ankeny or
Mr. Johns, and , that after that . Mr.
Furnish's supporters had bolted ; the
ticket and, done everything; they could
to secure the election -of a Democratic
Governor, sllow w,ould .we have felt
about it? Would we have paid any
attention to their excuses for bolting,
and would we not have, been tempted
to denounce them as traitors?. If we
cannot abide by a three-fourtlu) vote
In a State Convention what 4s the use
of holding state" conventions? Are we
as Republicans simply office grabbers,
and when we can't get for ourselves,
or our friends, the offices we want are
we to kick overthe traces? ' Ilow does
it happen that God made all of us fel
lows eo smart and so good and made
all of .the other fellow,' who did, not
vote wfth us so corrnpt t ' It our can
didate had been nominated would we
havtf .asked and expected' the loyal
support of all RepubJicahs at the poll
Why won't that rule work both ways?
Lastly, where will tactics Of this kind
end. and what effect will all of this
kind; of work Have on us and' i our
friends who may be - candidates for
something h-eafter? Before entering
uon a general ' political vendetta
would It not be Just as .well for us to
figure out the future cost- of 11? ""If
daggers flash all over this state Jn
case of Furnish's defeat will we be-to
blame for it or will . somebody else?
We shotlld consider these, things ' as
men and not as hot headed boys.
Salem. Or., May 27. 102.-
Referrlna- to a local Item In : your
Issue of May 17th. referring to the
flrtsi Lpassngtr train to., reach A your
city in the eyirly . seventies a - plat
form in 4he ground level Was placed
on both sides of the track, which' was
completed during the night. The es- i
cursion train arrived at &lm about
:20 or 10 o'clock. The people opened f
l wav tor the locomotive no ' iass t
through until it came to a stop, when
the -crowd of men ana women -surrounded
the engine full of eager -curi-esityi
The engineer gave a sudd-n
blast from the whistle; and the crowd
fell back , in dismay, a young woman
remarking to her male companion. sh"
run plum In . before, she bellerrd,
didn't she V - " ' -
Probably not one in twenty bf 4hose
people had ever . seen a r locomoilvev
and the idea' of classing' ft with the5
live stock was perfectly natural. -
Shortly thereafter the road was fin
ished, to Albany, Oregon.. s I acted as
: BT ROBERT M'ORtClOR frl7 Slrof the Wnrll'sChampl frjBTiM -
Jim by HAPPV MKIUM air ol the ur!4 "fa. n ..ui,Nih7 Hk 94. ..I
liny t.liion 16 t. w-i)tht 1-Wtl, irvd by R hort M rrfur,:i;'.;. ulrernf the r'4' BJinflon
oinun in 01 4 a mint n.i, iucisiingiirtiM i zxn. utini a i- ci,ir -u ;t,
rinidtn MAUiiU MKD1U4
iMia o irm S: i, I sdy Arr m
sranrtam of Ktl A. t Tetma
Scrosd dan MtGGIK KEKXC.
Mai lea Kmnrlsm ut Kynnt
t.lri. Usrsrar . 2:1 Hj. Inna 1:18!;
mvo War 2MX. Iai Acjoa 221k
Cttbaa Id . IC t.B.
Third dam Lsurs Pair...........'..
' Dam of Keene Jim 2:l,.4. grandam of Happy Dam
sei 2:26. Spanish Maiden 2:20i. , "- .
Fourth dam by President,. grandson
JU A JVX D JS irC V B
Dapple'brown, 1S.S; weight 1200
. Ih. bis veins than any stallion living. Sired by Lambert Chief 3432. son of Daniel Lambert 102. .
First dam Naney Hale 2d. .....by Lspham by Hiil' Black Hawk S..,.; ......
Second dara Nsncy Hale. 1ft. by Percy Csrtar Moite, by Tom" Howard, son of Hflls Ulark Hawk 5. ...... .
Third dam Clemens mare... ...... BlackHSWk5.i i ... . .... ....... . . .j. . '. . . . .. ......
Lambert Chief 2432 is the sire of Mabel H 2 : 22 Minnie Moulton 2:27. Fannie 2:294; Pet Lambern J-ni of
-Dexter K 2:15H; Mfnneola, dam of Raybell, 2:194 t; Saddle D. dam of Leonora 2:21 : - v J'
The Lapham Horse, sire of the dam of Lambert Roy 2:34. is the sire of Dbllie. dam of Mble II 2:22'4; Hann i.
dam of Fannie B 2:29 (Tou will notice that the sire of jthe dam of both of these is the same as that of Lam
bert Boy). The Lap ham Horse is also the sire of the dam jof Frank H 2:224: Daniel ; Lambert J02. sire1 of 3S in
2 :S-or better; sire of 33 sires of 151; sire of 5 8dams of J j ' TT.T'T'ii ' dT "m"t ti "- j
" The'registered stallions MALCOLM and LAMBERT. BOY will be In stud until August i: 1902. st HolmesrGap
Sunday and Monday; Pallas Tuesday; Independence, We4nsday and Thursday: Salem. Friday and Saturday.
:Termi Lambert Boy Season, $15; insurance $25. Malcolm Season $20; insurance $30. (Payable $5 in ad
vance for season service, balance at end of season). j V . . j fSygjtit rtrtfl-jr7.--t.r.. ri '
H AF T fC A '"re Re4 Frnt IJwry 8allet rlcmOrepnn. -i
lf m UTT IrZlX H WlXI 0ooI pasturd. No wire fence. Msros'left'at owner's risk. '
. yB f-1 9 -JAMESIIpV,. AMei,tlaot. : j -
station agent at that point for a short
time; was accommodated In a family
who took boarders as an aecommoda- I
tlon. . ; My room was adjoining that of
tne neaa oi me iamuy ; in ere was a
partition, cloth covered, with paer in
tervening. The second morning, al
ter two almost sleepless nights,' caused
by "the awful snoring of the aforesaid
head of the house, ho said to me, smil
ing graciously at the same time, "its
a pleasure to have you in the house;
the man who occupied that room he
fore you came snored bo horribly that
I could not 'sleep."
At the time the railroad was being
built several of the small towns that
wtre not tapped by the , road' picked
themselves up bodily and moved their
bouses to the new stations; This was
particularly true about Gervals on Ihe
French Prairie. One evening after
dark when our train was late re$6rn
lng to Aurora the engineer discerned
Ih the darkness some object on the
track. He whistled on . brakes, the
train was stopped with; the cow catch
w of the enginewithin three-feet of
a - house which Was being ekidded on
the rails to the new station. The en-
Lgineer jumped down and in no mild
la,nctiag asked, .why they- had. that
house on the track. He got for a re
ply. "Ton go to ; what, right have
you to be coming down here behind
your time ?V ,
That house was hustled off the track
in double quick, aiid our train escaped
a serious accident by-the merest good
luck they had waited for the train
until its regular time to .pass. -' and
then moved the housa onto the- track
f !VV'-'- HAMILTON BORDEN:
Chicago, .laay 28, 103. v
LAW CLASS EXAMINED
sTsudents Appeared before
the r supreme court tes-
- I TERDAY ONE ORDER ' MADE,
In the-Supreme Court, yesterday, a
class of twenty-one law students'sp
peared to take the examination for "ad
mission to the bar. Seventeen f them
were members of the law class of the
Portland College of .. Law. Che others
being from other points. Among those
from Portland is ayoung Spaniard
from, the Philippines, Jose Morene La V
Salle, who has studied law in Portland
for the last several .pears. The stu
dents areir ;
Jacob B. Of ner, Portland. ;
M. Otto Pickett, Portland.
B. Leroy Stowell, Portland. ; -Robert
H. Thomas, Portland.
James M. Anderson, Portland,
aul S. Dick. Portland,, ,
John D. Newton, Portlaijd. .
Jay Upton, Portland. .
Hopkin Jenkins, Portland.
' J. Hairy Klosteman. Portland.
, Nehemlah Mosessohn.
N. Wilbur Wallace. Portland.
David X. Mosessohn. . Portland.
Samuel E. Notson. Dallas.
John L. Norwood Salem.
'Allen Forward. Salem, f . '
C. C. Bryant. Portland, j .
- W. S. Risley.. Portland. '
Jose Morerie La Salle. Portland.
Frank B. Riley. Portland.
W. ?. Campbell. The Dalles.
' One minor order-was also made
the court, as folIows.Y .
State of Oregon, respondent, vs.
James Gully.' appellant; roereu upon
t Imitation that refDondent have until
July 1st to serve and file Its brief.
Reveals Great Sscret.
It is often asked how such startling
nirn. that nUxiIe the best physicians.
are effected by Dr. King's New Disco-
vr for Cunsumotlon. Here s the se-
rret. It cuts out the pntegm ana germ
Infected mucus, and lets the Itfe-glvlng
oxeen enrich and vitalise the biooa-
It heals me irinama, cjM-y.
throat and lungs. Hard colds and
stubborn coughs soon yieia to nr.
King's New Dtscovery, the most In
fallible remedy . for all Throat and
Lung diseases. Guaranteed bottles, COc
and $1.00. Trial bottles free at Dr.
Stone's Drug Stores. ...
PROBATE COURT ORDERS
' " V av . i
INVENTORY ' FILED IN .THE ES
TATE OF THE LATE W. A.
VlLEASON YESTERDAY ' .
r , SBpaBWaaaS
(From Wednesday's Statesman.)
gam LudC . P.' McCracken and
Hamilton Beatty yesterday filed th'lr
Inventory and arj-pralsenvmt upon' the
the estate of W..A. Gleason, deceased.
In the probate court, placing a valua
tion of $357$ upon the real and per
sonal property belonging thereto. -
j n. C Fletcher, having filed his final
account- upon the estate of F. S. WH-.
Uamson, deceased, the court s-t Tues
day, July 1, 1902. at 10 o'clock a. m. as
the date' and time for the bearing
Sciatio Rheumatism Cured After Four
teen Yssrs ef Suffsring.
T have been affll.cted wth sciatic
rheumatism, for fourteen years, says
Combines the b!o d of two AVorld'a Ciiauij
i,r llAfl'Y nfint'll al
.f Utr Kurd ,nmi.tm nmrrj iins Ji.ua
W vbr. ir. entire t S6C Is the lUts J CS Jui
ofi pertoriD.nt.- . i -. . i
by AMBRI NO H Xtcn
...by Rattler 501
ire Sopliia Temple
son of RlacM Hawk
by Sir Art hy; fifth dam, by Old Corpercjottom
Q X PEG- 412. MORGAN REG RECORD 2:34
pounds: a perfect type of the Morgan
SIRED BY McfrLIVNAHAN 2343 7.
First dam,-MnA GOl.DDUST.
..'r . it , W ST... . ft ' - . ,
Fldol 2:04. etc Second Ui rrt FANNY CSOI.DDUST, by tluiae it7. strf i
11 dams of ifln Ihe UsC, Thrd dam KIT, by Ool4Jusi"i:.0,; sire of Lu lile
Golddust 2:164. iFleety Colidun 2:20. etc. i -:" .
BROADHEART n one ct the finest
little handling shka-s himself to be
aHnwed to a4-ve a few mares at
$M BY THE SEASON. WITH USUAL RETURN rwVlLEOT?
I Invite breeders to come) and see this horse before brc-fllng their
mares elsewhere. 1 W. f. THINK. FA lit flUnTN!3. Oil.
CAPTAIN JONE& 2S666
Sire ofi Lady Jones
WINNER or TUB TWfUYE Wt-OI J TROT1x
Kiraol 4Hth:HJ lti'.Wla il.a t.l lini.tste th J:20 lUt. at ypaot j. I nciuojif t
bT "AraV dm MliMAV WlLr!. 'by i
Cth'r. ..!.. ... .
rnnrth n t a ( ! nl-r (t the
rr("rt rit Inn iMi t nii.l rr iih itrff -t liltf l e' hrm He U M K loury'a
Itt.r-1 m an Ik j.r..ii4uiuo.l fir of Mil .rru . t o' e la. 4 r4fcirt Joina ml.l nuke the m
IttVlNuro.V t'tuK; RTI..N. FKB. ." TO AI'RI!. I. rAIP. CUOCNbS. LKV.
.4 . .. AHMII. TO Jl't.V 1 7 -
Tm, i.o &. '.i.ajai,JtJimeof ri vice, bUtire at md of teaaon.
JOHN PENDER. Fair Grounds Salem. Or.
very few w
ii r tall ion; srar,
hite hnirs n rfjlit
F. Kiiiery, Fvsf
Jlrvtl by tJ.
)lti. Foil ltd June I.IXH-V Will make Uut season,
at the Ilt-il- Fnwit Iliirti, t-orncr Trade anl Conuucrl-ial
Htrt t!. Saicm, )rt jrn. - V .
I lis colli may 1 weii at !! Hiate Fair Grounds. .
Claggeit (SJiatcfi, Props
GOOD NEWS TO HORSE OWNERS I
v ; w, ' . A BUnm CUM SOU HCAVBS AND OlSTSMPiaj.
t TWn ii.ntrd
ps w rv ss
Josh Edgar, of Gerrrlantown. Cal. "I
was able to be arouitd, but consUntly
suffered. I tried everything I could
hear of and at last was told to try
Chamberlain's Pain' Balm, which I did
snd was Immediately n-iievt-1 and 1n a
rhort tifno cored, ankl I am nappy to
say It has not si nee returned."- Miy
not useHhls liniment and get well? It
is for saje.by Dr. tdtie'a. Drug Stores.
VOItUNTEERS ' -ARE FREED
WILL BE DISCHARGED FROM THE
MILITARY PRISON UNDER
T 'COURT DECISION.
WASHINGTON, May 29. Under ihe
decision of the Supreme Court id the
cae of Captain Frt CDvm in g. Sec
retary Root has dirctel that twnty
seven ex-members of volunteer, organ
isations now serving sentences shall
be ' released from confinement. Tpn
of tbe freed men ar at Fort I4ven
worth. and the. other seventeen at Al
catraz Island, California.
an ' i
trot'pr. rtrrnJ W,nt 9t U.r in I ha
tir ji.y a w,
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Km I Mailt nrioo ltncil w. una oi i nim mirr ibih
lit Hl mi fct HifJ jy t tu Matter H'lr.i Imw
LM Lvrby rJ ilw kl J5i : S. N thltims t Jt.wl,
! Itrrrt 2', o--(u-Uit TUnr l,.vo-
dured ri tU ni Tfcaluw ifMtiu-ii lnme
Tie Xlouk 1. Kd Kshi Jrr y 1X9 4. Ai- .
lertoij jsH. hlfowuil.u ltr -rilnrl
2U. Jwpe J)!i Ct-wford tG. Briehtii i StW. Riimvr
2:09. Iljurlou t'MCtsn 2l4. RubWr i.hi, uU 141 vlh:r.
2:2. Gin. P.cton 2:30 a grand- .
6. a .Morgan horse. .
horse and carries more Morgan blood
H'.At'K PTAl.t 10X
I.VX lUtvl. Hiti.
Rl yenr 1i.
on of Roy Wilkes 2:06. .
by I'edro 3!W4.2::r.. son of I11 ,41. sire
stallions la th ntnte, and With out
a very promleing trotter. lie win ue
2:46 (In the mud )
STAKE AT THIS KTATK PAIR I.AfT YKAR.
2;HV. tire Of i.e!e S if y, Ih fe 3I2M"1
' - Ii . .. ...... . ... . - . i. '
A'arM family. '
nvar uini nxn wniie, ami a
front foot ; 15 3-4 hands uig.li.
!ltv Ktck Kami, Clcvelarul,
waw w - ' - - - M
miKiirri arc made ironr a"rcitc oi a notra
Proaaian Vet rri nary 8urrou, aad hare been thoroughly teated
for the past 1 S years in this country. Compn"l of fritt rr
etalle rrtiMrdica. are a safe and aore CURE for HEAVE n1 '1 cl
merit from wkich heaves arlae.sach aiCoagb, Colrfa, 013 1 1 h f t R,
Pink Kye, Epiiootio, and Loaa of Apprtlte. As a blood tmrifw-
they Save ao rqoal. Por ssle by Wholesale and Retail lrax
rtt. Prirr KOPoiMwrnarlif. mail. fiOrtntt, l'ron
rgUiSlAN REMLOY COMCAMY. tf. rAUUsUN. Nam tiua oaocr.
WIUES' SHLLIOI, I'JEBOL'i'
Will stand for Mares the coming sea
son at Comer of- Ferry and Liberty
For Pedigree and particulars,
Dr. lA. JLonn:
- Veterinary Burgn.
I carry all k inds of Chine drugs and
medlclnea. Roots "and herbs-natur's
meilclnej Good for all kinds of sick
ness. Cures opium habit. Good fr
the blood and kidneys.;
DR. KUM DOW WO,
281 JJberty Street, - rjaleni, Otfgon