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Tn:z:rL,Y op.econ r tate?-ia?:, Tuesday jckb . a, 1;
A , Republican Discusses At-
1 tacks on Governor i
7- " ' Geer ';
HE ADVISES ' TIIEI ipORTLAKD
ifORNINO PApEIt TO POSTPONB
ITS FiaHT ON'THE. GOYETINOK
UNTIL APTEIl. ELKCTION-SOME
ErtTINENT QUESTIONS, i ; -
. (The Statesman la pleased to- print
communications upon topic of general.
Inre?t at any tline.7Tbere Is srcarc;
ly any limit to the topics of general
Interest It Is asked' only that nofiea
pon dents . refrain from personalities
and use care- that .nothing be , written
of a libelous or unworthy or untruth
fut. nature.) , ;
Editor Statesman: !
The Oregonlan has added one more
to Its Hut of blunders that nave been
no cyUy to the "Republican party dur
ing the present wunpalgn. It uncall
eti for attacks, upon Governor Geer will
have a,' tendency to bring on ia "fltfhi
between the 'faction the Republicans
have labored so hard In this county to
avoid. . The . Oregonlan suspicions
Governor XJeer' friends In this cam'
paign, .arid orl that suspicion -seeks to
discourage Republicans "from I voting
for blm. f or-fktaator. Geer la on the
Republican ticket,' and If the Oregon
Jan bolts- blm on a. suspicion, bolting
may become gtneTaJ and will do some
one damage;"' If the Oregonlan wants
to fight Geer.1 that Is all rtgjit jand 1
to be expected, but It would be better
to put Off the tight until after the election-Is
over.T-It should, however, be
"remembered by Republicans that "Scott
Is himself a candidate! or 'United; States
Senator, and- that , is the cause of bis
last break- MR; FURNISH IS- JK NO
WA3( RESPONSIBLE FOR t THE
FKiilT'ON GRlOB. and should no mU
fer An the slightest degree for it. A
vote tOP; Furnish la '"'a vote for party
harmony,in the future. I wish to .say
that. I am a fiind of Gevernor Geer.
but not, a bolter. I oannot see how my
friendship" fort. Mr. Geer can Interfere
with- my privilege of voting for Mr.
Furnlsih for Governor I Intend to
vote 'for both Mr. Geer and Mr. Fur
nish, no matter what the Oregonlan
has said or may say. They are both
on the Republican ticket, osd I em a
; : REPUBLICAN.
Salem, Or., May 301902. . r
8om Pertinent Questions. ;
Jill tor Statesman: , - i
In thesd political times, all of us like
to haYe.asay, and as I have always
taken a.dPiep interest' In the RepublU.
can party, I feetrthls time like hav
ing one or two , questions ! .to ask
through youV 'valuable paper. Having
heard the argument (especially j by -the
opposl Hon) 1 that Mr. Furnish ' was no
speaker, I will ask doeflrthat-tliSqualify
him from making a. good Governor?
If I Recoil et,srlghtsrar few years ago,
i . mere ,w.aj 4 jpiijn , o.tne neaa. ot me
American army, by the name of U. Si
GraiitwWho;, conducted .the; Attalra .', of
ma lioum oiaies in a, very aecisive
and businesslike manner who waa.jio
speaker,. Ami J right?, jVlso; we haye
had. Goyexfiora In; Oregoft whtfi.wers
poor speakers, ; but when i It- came to
doing business for the state they were
successful end very much so, In con
elusion I wilt say, the present State
JBoard, as far' as . economy- and bual
nesslike management are -concerned,
cannot be beaten. and I predict that
-should Mr. Furnish 1e elected,; at the
.end of his trm you will have noMrause
to regret or find fault with the way he
will manage the business of the state,
lie in. it Is true, a banker. Would not
fty of us be the -name If we 'could?
A self-made' man such ws Mr. Furnish
Is, is the one to trust trust him.
Salem, Or., May" 30, 1902. j
Editor. Statesman ': ;'.. .-j-V " .'
The, oldest denizen of Ralem-on-yes
terday, alft-cted by the spirit of the day.
In memory lived over again the days
when he was as proud ..as ; the last
and least elective officer . , of the mill
tary organization of GUUam'S trains of
. the pioneers' 1844, to keep the records
ana call to duty those who by f
, "Standing guard the livelong night.
Ever ready for the fight," j
Came "to "plant the ; flag the thous
and miles away," as a home guilder Jn
Oregon, As is natural to age, he 'lived
over again In memory the year of his
marriage (1847), In which the first no
. ble married pair of Americans to build
a home In' . Oregon were ruthlesssly
murdered by the Ignorant savages they
had-devoted their lives to Instruct.
AVhen the Infant colony of practical ex
pansionists, with frontiersmen's game
guns and scant supply of ammunition
met the murderous Cayuscs and chased
them from their camping grounds near
the scene of the massacre to the fast
nesses of the mountains and i higher
Valleys than the UmatIJla,he lived over
again the mortification he felt as a four
months I married tnan so poor that he
could but contribute his rifle and a new
blanket to a friend among the 'first to
volunteer to go against , the Cay uses;
and the more serious days a little later
when he placed' his girl wife to board
with his nearest neighbor (Horace' Hol-
. den) and took their remaining two blan
kets and. the few. sheets from their bed
: madelnto shirts. for his use as a sol
dier and. started for. the rendezvous at
Oregon City, but was overtaken and
made one of a special detail , under
Captain Levi Scott to act aa escort to
Hon. Jesse AppHegate In an effort to
carrjLan press message to the Gov
ernor of California or Commandant of
the United States troops there to secure
ammunition if no other aid to fight the
InJUns. :Hia "return from" a' S3 days'
fruitless -floundering In the. snows . of
the HIklyo-u-mountains, which defeat
ed their object, to learn of their form
er leader's,- Col. Gilliam's, death while
obeying Oar. Abernethy's recall from
the Cayuse country. . - : ; -
r AH this and' much more .had passed
in the mind of this old boy before, on
invitation he Joined the G. A. R. column
and threw his flowers In the name of
the Oregon Pioneers in tribute to the
brae who died for the unity f of the
Xatleh he had only helped to expand. "
This morning the address of the
President of-the United States at Ar
lington and that of .the Governor lof
Oregon at palem were carefully read, in
the columns of the Statesman, They
are both In the same line of patriotic
thought; the one deserving a place In
every National, school as an outline of
the history of the struggle for freedom
and peace against savagery, treachery
and oppression Jn ietfery form, and t
other should be read in everr state
school as a ; concise outline of the
causes of our Civil War, well described
in both addresses. . At , Arlington the
graves of those who wore the blue and
those who wore the gray were decked
with flowers. This set the memory of
the old--, boy before . mentioned
viewing' a May party meeting on" the
donation4 land of Mrs. M. A. M in to in
May, 1865. It was really a jubilation
over the freturn of . peace. The glad
news of Lee's surrender at Appomat
tax Court' House had Just arrived and
become gerieraf. " Memory recalls ' as
Visitors from Salem Mrs. Joseph Hoi
man and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Parrisb, of
the M. E: mlsaloaries of .1840. i The boys
bad a baseball ground cleared and a
swing erected. Albert Davidson made a
fo'rmal address and John Miato an off
hand recitation -of. parody on a. camp
song of war, the tune of which ; had
taken possession of him for 'a tlme; It
as published by the Statesman at the
time, but the best of its spirit was
only lived up to yesterday at Arling
ton and voiced by the President of the
Nation. It follows: ' , J ;
The Jgfarinis Went ; Marching Horn.
Come ring; the bells and Are the guns.
Bring forth your wives and little ones,
. .Hurrah! Hurrah!-Hurrah!
Come hoist the flag and raise the
shout. - : i-f , .
The boys and girls must all turn out.
For we all feel gay since the Johnnies
' wen t march In g home.' ;r V -
From - Appomattox field they went.
Hurrah!) HurrahJ ' .'
With steeds and side, arms kindly sent,
Hurrah! Hurrah'. Hurrah!
No more secession's., husks they'Jl eat.
But milk and honey, flour and wheat.
And we'll all feel, gay since the Jobn.-
fiies went marching home.
Iii;the trnlon housr-the- board wllf" nt?Qsot Lif:
spreadL Hurrah! ,.Hurrali!
For thef.ls ,plentyt,wjnft and bread,,; v ;
ijlurrabt.Hurrah!, HufrahL . . il
we'll kill -the calf , to. crowp the feast.
We'll freely Wiethe fattest I beast, , f
For we 'all feel gay since the Johnnies
are marching home. '
We will have no talk of Bast or Wesf
Hurrah! Hurrah! t
But we'll honor those who've done the
best,- Hurrah! Jlurrah! Hurrah!
We'll have" no "gorth nor Southern men.
We'll all be forv the Union . I
And all feel gay. since the. Johnnies
tfent marching home.' j' -
r (Slow time.) . :..
But we'll not forget the "Boys In
Blue," Oh no! Oh no! ' : '
Who gave their lives like heroes true,
on no: on no: on no: i
We'll deck the graves of those who fell
Nd more to hear a rebel yell, ,
Apd down to the future ages tell '
What caused our Nation woe. "; ,:
FLOWERS'AT. CANTON ;
TOMU OFTJuriONLET WAS' DECOR-
I fi ATED YESTERpATf . AT
' U r-'V:' GRANTS CRAVE. ' '
I CANTON, (X, May i3d.-Many. beau
tiful offerings to be "placed on'": the
tomb of the late President IfcKlnley.
were recelveid here last night and to-
i ...i.. - ... , .
flowers from the. White"' House at
Washington. Mrs. McKTnley took the
flowers to Woodlawn f and . had them
arrange JL.about the tomb. . .
New York, M,ay 30. Memorial sr"
vices were" held 'tfcis-'r Afternoon at
Grantstomb,,,lri the presence of .5000"
people. The exercises were conducted
by j Grant Post of Brooklyn. "Ameri
ca was- sung, and Lincoln's Gettys
burg address was read. Judge Thomas
Jones, of Alabama, delivered the ora
WASHINGTON I. 0. 0. F.
ALL GRAND BODIES OF THE OR
DER ARE IN SESSION OF
FICERS CHOSEN.- .
' J M'5' " 1
Whatcom. Wash..- June 2 The Grand
Encampment , of Odd , Fellows, , the
Grand Assembly of Rebekahs and the
Grand Lodsre of Odd ; Fellows of the
stalje of i Washington "itonvened this
morning. j.ne urana suii-iunpnicin
rtecfdi Edwin S. Isaacs, of, 'Walla
Walla, I grand 'represen tatl ve, and H.
W. .Lueders, of Taeoma, grand patri
arch. I The IRebekahs (elected Mrs
Ellsperman. of Taooma, grand warden,
Mrs. Harry. "Symes, of' Oregon Cltf",
returned home from S- visit to the home
of her parents, Mr. ind Mrs. O. G. Sav
age, in thli city, . 1
- THE ODD I PENNIES.
. For the sake of saving odd
.... . . . ... . ,
pennies do not buy an inferior
emulsion of cod-liver oil when
youveally need Scott's Emul-
Scott's Emulsion costs more
to . buy 'because it costs more
to make. - ? - . ; -
The difference in price is
pennies. l ne ainerence : in
results ; is poundspounds of
flesh-i-and vdays . f - new
strength and comfort, j
who have i lost flesh get more
bod-liver oil into tlieir systems
by means of Scott's- Emulsion
than iri any olher way. .
Scad for Fro Ssnpla. "
SCOTT EOWNS, ChamiMa, 409 Pearl St, M X.
.: i FORCES
Their Value Demonstrated ty
Dr. Damn Nov Stepping '
' at tjie .Willamette
. Unsem forces are more powerful
than' seen- ones. Electricity performs
cures silently but : surely. i ; To this
many thousands who have been cured
ca n testify, -, Many who know nothing
of it oppose it; but truth always meets
Witli' fln AnrwMiltlmf which In -the
end Only hastens on the victory. . We
do. not profess f understand this un
seen power. -but; Joyfully - accept the
great boon to health, feeling that Ir.
Darrin Is ahead of the age,; and' is
showing to the world this new method
of cure, i As an 'example we append
To the .Public; . X was a patient un
der ,Dr. Darrln's care ten years ago.
and Wish to reiarte my experience that
others may benefit by" It. For. many
long years I had been afflicted' with
diseases- peculiar to my sex, dyspepsia
and pain In my chest, heart and stom
ach. ; I had lost flesh until -my weight
was 105 pounds; Aer a few months
electrical and medical treatment, by
Dr. Darrin, I, recovered my health and
gained 40 pounds, and am now enjoy
ing good health.' 't .:'-.- ?.
: i MRS. F. E. DEWET.
Of a German Editor of Obstinate Deaf-
. ness. '
(Portland Frele Presse.)
The lack or loss of one of the five
human senses isolates a patient thus
afflicted as entirely" from'- the wotld
ai it he was ihanlshed to a -lone Island.'
What .gratiflcatidh can bring ua jthe
auAlniani?ea If their vofces do not
rejich our ear, or if, insteafid of K, we
murmur i niwi me iuh u
all Joy and pleasure, dies within ' us.
most so, Th the domestic ' relations and
family life. The song of pur Children
sounds from' their Hps but does not
reach our heart' their ? thank - and
prayers aire an empty sounds No birds
sing in the branches, for us; no sound
of the whole nature reaches our ear
feeling of " sorrow and despair fills
our heart. It makes no difference If
our suffering is "due to an obstinate
cold or other causes. : .t'.-.
TO give our reaaers a case in jnn
convincing because tanen irom tne
Circi pur nearest acquaintance,
1 ' - ws ; a .1
we rerer to Mr. j. j. xvern, wnu .ui-
fered Ave years ago irom a tusease so
obstinate that his mind began, to suf-
rer. Air ivern wa. ai inai, wine.
Um V,i.hrlhlA mill Vrtflft TrPl(
ami : tti ln at hoartne a rul tbe, con
st ant noise lk his ears "proved a great
obstacle in his business. Dr. Darrin
cured him by clever tredtment,- and
the evil has; never returned.
j '-" '. ', " ' :.'; ?tt- rf ; -!
t Card from C. C. Pratt.
"Mr." Editor. For z? years puor to
going under Dr. Darrtn'a treatment in
Portland; flte years ago, 1 had been
baftrr-'amtatcd "With : eatarrh; ......of.;-:. ,th,
St6maihr ahd JMadder. : 1 was tertniy
bloated With dcopsy and dyspepsia.. X
had given .tip all' hopes oC,,rrilef, but.
thanks to Dr Parrln,X,i.was cured of
all the above mentioned diseases, nd
I stUl enjoy the -best of health. , I re
side- at Coos City. - six i.1nUe from
Marsh field, Oregon, and. will gladly an
swer any -questions, by . , .letter or In
C Ci PRA3TV
ur. uarrin s fiacs or Business
Dr. J Darrin can be consuKed free at
the Willamette hotel, Salem, until July
6th, from 10 to 5 o'clock daily, even-
ings i 10 b; sunaays iv 10 a. ah cur-
?.me.rT"lc f : . """r'
Diooa lainis, stricture, trrun 01 jruuio,
catarrh ahd deafness are. confidentially
treated. Cures iof prtvate " diseases
guaranteed, and never published in the
papers, and no cures published only by
permission. Most cases can reoeive
home treatment after: a visit to the
doctor's office. Inquiries answered
and circulars sent free. Batteries and
belts furnished, with full directions for
their, use. , Eyes tested and glasses
fitted. , .,. -; ; . - !.:'""':.!.:-
T-.'rarrlTi, tftrma fni treatment are
W ?5!a week, 'or ijn thai NoPlon
of time as the case may; require, ex
cept ;ln special cases. rThe poor
treated fre, except medicines.
AN ILLINOIS VCLCANO.
It Is, However, in No Immediate Dan
ger of Eruption, J
It 4s doubtful if many, people are.
aware that what is supposed to be an
extinct volcano s to be found . within
the borders of the state of Illinois.
"Big Kill" Is the, name? of the volcano 1
and It Is situated fifteen miles south f
of Aya. on the Mississippi river. There I
is an , old inaian tradition mat tug i
hill was in eruption about a hundred I
and fifty years ago, . i and ' thajt a few
lives were lost. There is ' plenty of i
evidence to show . that the hill Is of
volcanla origin. " The old lava beds.
the huge bowlders, and the deep crev
ices In the adjoining bluffs show that
a mighty uplift must have taken place.
Big hill Is almost large enough to be i
called fa mountain. 1 It Is seven miles
long, two miles wide; and 400 feet high.
Big hill" is of remarkable formation
and has received ' considerable' atten i
tlon from .geologists.' The north end I
of this hill consists of a solid wall of !
rock, varying from 150 to 400 feet In
height and is a mile and a half Ion.
It Is the opinion of geologists that the I
Mississippi river once, poured Its pow-
erful Volume of waters along, a. chan-I
net etost of Big hllL and there are evi- I
dences to show that this theory Is cor-1
recL The situation of the lakes north f
of the hin, their relation to each other
and to the river, the growth of the I
timber, the kind of soil In the swamps.
are cKed in support of this supposition.
River sand is also found, in wells at
certain depths, and "pieces of timber
have been discovered 40 feet below the
surface of the ground. ' Along this side
of the hill is found as fine a duality
of farming land as exists In the entire I
Mississippi valley. Two ; thousand I
acres are under cultivation which yield I
In corn from fifty to a hundred bushels I
pr acre. Ava (HL) correspondent of I
th Chicago' Ipter-Ocean.
Legal Blanks: Statesman Job Office. I
Legal manr ' Statesman Job Office.
f - t- . , ;.,'(' ' :r Combine j the. blooti of two .World's Chain
BY EOBKRT M'GREGOB. MJBirsofthe World! CUsmpioa CrMrent 02 '
Um hv HAPPY ilkUlt'Mrlra o( tbe World' ,hru-.ou. Unary Hsak34. - - .-'
by aUiiiM MS. wefeht I4US. kind by
list; Mrs of &0 dtas of 74 lu the lisc, iAcludiag lir&itaa Hf 2JH, lituixari V 09. J-Jiore ttt
rirstdam UAGUi MKDlt'M .....
fam of Irma 2:l4, Lsdy Aegon iziVt,
. . . rrsadaia ef Katie A. 2 :13', Tefcmar
222 it. iii( bland Jiaroa 2 M. 0 - . :
geeonddasa M AGO IK KKENE. .......
- dam of Uappy lanixl S 26, KuanUb
Mavaeo- 'iaj; jraniiam of rivaocs
t.ir.i, Manrntve 2H5, Irma 2:l8' j
lexie May 2sW). Lady Aegoa 22
'' Cttbaa2.-235t, ldK.:2!.
, Third dam' Laura Fair. : i....
' Dam of Keene Jim 2:194. grandam of Happy Dam
s,. sel 2; 26V4. Spanish Maiden 2: 20;.'
Fourth dam by President; grandson
Lr A MB ER T BOY beg. 4192 morgan reg.
Dapple brown. 15. J: weight 1200
in ;ub vciub train olxij 0iAiiitrn inutfi
First dam Nancy Kale 2d
Second dam Nancy. Hsls 1st
.Third damdemena mare.............. jy xiiac-ic iiawK b,...,. ........ . ix.
Lambert CWefc 34 ?2 is the sire of Mabel II 2:22, MInnIe Moultoa 2:27U.T Fannie 2i2S; ret Lambert! dam of
Dexter K 2:15V4; Mlnneoig, dam of Raybeli; 2:194 (p.f: ; Saddle D, dam of Leortoro. 2:24Vi. . if. V
The Lamham Horse, sire of the dam of Lambert Boy 2:34: la the sire-of Doillei dnm of VahU Tf 9-i ' Tr.-
dam otNt'annte j& z:2SV txou wi notice inat tne sire or toe dam of both of thlese in the same ns that' of Itih
. bert Boy).,The Lapham Horse Is also the fire of the.dam of Frank II 2:22; Daniel' Lambert 102. slreof 3S ht
2:30 or, betterjsire of 35 sires of 151; sire of 5 8darnS of 95.- ' - ' rn Sr y iticiarflicj i fT-fc VijAs
The' registered stallions MALCOLM and. LAM BERT BOY will be in stud until August 1. 1902, at Holmes fS.ift
Sunday and Monday: Dallas Tuesday; Indepepdence, Wednesday'ahd Thursday; Salem, Friday and Saturday. .
' Terms Lambert Boy -Season, $15 ; Insurance $25. Malcolm Season $20; in lurance $30. (Payable $5 in ad
TSnee for seasorvservice,-babince at end of fseason). . . " ( -r . .-ft. t m i arfts.
V k T fir fC A TTTTNTSI ' rare Fron I'H'ery Sraiyieltmi.roffon. 'JSTS
lV UTjii IfjAA M VSil Jii 11(10,1 rttfrB. No wire fence. 1 Glares lea at owner's rU 1
V V D As-MB U Jf I ipt jaMKS SHAWAttendant. - M - -
THE DEBATE .
Little Interest Taken In the
r - , PhlliDDines
fe.-. K!.'. ..IlVf
THR HOUSB 4 APPROVES SECRE
TARY JOHN irA"rs SPEECH ON
THE" OCCASION OF THE M'KIN-
LEV MEMORIAL ' EXERCISES
ONE MAN MADE OBJEXTTION.
WASHINGTON, June 2. Little' ln-
I teresiK either on the floor or in the gal-
1 ierles. was manifested In the Senate
i debate on the Philippine . Government
. b, today. At two or three taea It
i almost died Out of inanition. - .
- - . : -
i Magon ln a vigorous speech differed
I from the majority In the treatment
i preroed for ,the Filipinos. 7 lit urged
I . . . . J. . . ..
that no reason existed for according to
them, treatment different from that ac
corded to the Cubans, and strongly ad
vised that .they be afforded the right to
govern themselves, i , . .1 . -
Hsyes' Memorial Address!
' TTashlngtoh, June 2. The House to-
y appended the rules and adopted
a noint resolution extending the thaunks
of jcongress to Secretary of State! John
Hiy, for his address on the occasion of
1 1 McKlnley memorial exercis,
February. CHarki (Mo.) made a speech
In opposition to its adoption, oni;, the
ground that Hay had abused the peca-
sion by injecting a "Republican stump
speech" .. into, the address. . Hooker
XMiss,) a Confederate veteran, deliver
ed an eloquent defense of Hay's
IV '-' wiub uraiueiu uai
I BE GIVN THIS EVENING X
I . AT METHODISlf CHURCH
The flrst. Undergraduate, reel tar of
-, - ... , . , . i ,
I tht Willamette , University College of
I Music will be given at, the Firat ML E.
church this evening at 8 o'clock.
program Is as follows: J 7
Marche Aux Flambeaux . Scotson Clark
Mr. Carl. Willlatos, "Miss Neilie-
Richmond; Mrs, Lei a Johnson.
Miss Ada Williams. i :
Come to M Sweetheart. J. C. Bartlett
a . Miss Leona Lewis I
Polonaise, Op. 40, No. 1.. ..Chopin
Mrs. Lela Johnson. ' ii !
Mr. Frank Hughes A' '
Hoianna.. r. .. .. , .Jules Granler
Cello ObMgato, Mr. W. F. Ketchum ;
Mis Leonora White. . I '
oneertrf frj F Sharp. . ' t :Ferd. Hlher
Allegro quasi Fantasia. Andante
EspressrtT?,' Allegro, con Fuoca.
2 Mrt'Pauf Stahl.
- Orchestral Accompaniment on See
ond Piano, Mr. Ultf C. Garrison..
The Maid" and Tbe Rose. : . .DeKovert
Miss E. fay Jones.
1 Fear No Fo..-..V... .. .. ..Plnsutl
- ' .- .Mr. George Ci l. Snyder.
Rustlings of Spring. . . .' ..Binding
Mr. carl Williams. i
Blue Bells of Scotland,Arr. by, Schilling
Mendelssohn Ladles' Quartet Mrs.
Florence Moo res, 1st Soprano;
Miss Bmral Elgin,. 2d Soprano; .
-Mrs. Daisy Rankin. 1st Alto;
. Mies Mlnetta Magers, 2d '
. . , ; . Alt . - . ' -
A TEXAS WONDER.
HALL'S GREAT DISCOVERT,
Ons small bottle of Hall's Great Dis-
cover cures all kidney and bladder
troubles, removes - gravel. - cures dla
betes. ; seminal emissions. ': weak and
lame backs:' rheumatism and all - lr-
regularities ot the kidneys and bladder
in both men and women, regulates
bladder troubles In children. If not
Sold' by your druggist, will be sent by
ftiait on receipt of $!. ,. One small bot-
tie Is two month's treatment, and will
cure any , case ' above mentioned. Dr.
E. W. HalL sole manafacturer. P. O,
Box. 29, 8 L Louis, Mo. Send for testi
monials. Sold by all drugglata, and at
DR. S., C. STONE'S drug Stores, Sa
1 lem, pregoa.
READ THIS. ''
Ban don. Ore., Dec S, 190L
Dr E. W. Hall, Si. Iiouis, Mx Deal
Blr: I havssd your' Texas Wondei
for kidney and rheumatic, trouble
Its effects are onderfuL Itbas n
aual. and I can cheerfully recom-
mend it. urs truly.
Legll Blanks at Statesman Job Office
Zegal Blanks; Statesman lob Office.
Kabert Mlintgor, -J :!7i. I re of the world's champion trotter. C'Tetreas 2 02 C. and M othtnia th.
..y tirri SMiii s uu.......4.. ....s. ........ .
. Mire ef tbe wurM's liMibm Nancy Iiaak 2il sad -,
W tbr tire of 6i ire of (366 in the list smI 6i daiat .
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, xmi of Mstahriaoiteben 5M, aireof 25 taadart (roUera 'iii Vhv
lixt.- Uia Mn have trl Uuiy of the Manor 2.IV; Mir-kt lw
20U, Lort Per by 246 V Mock I tig Bird tm, N Unaie 2 us
Dure levtt 2.W, Moriilxw t)W. Thrir itnhUT iat i m,,!
by Rattler 601.
n or iilacK ilauk 5J a Morgan horse.
by Sir Archy; fifth dam by Ottt CopterbottOm.
pounds: a perfect type of the Morgan
tit- u amiiuuvi i v.aii'( id, wn m.
-.by Lspham by 1II1I Black Hawk 5......
'. .by Percy Carter Horse, by Tom Howard, son of Hill's lilacfc Hawk
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SIRED BT McCLANAHAN 2343 7i
i . First dam, MlRA GOLDDUST, by .Pedro 3904 2:25. son of Idol 41. sire
,'Fidol 2:0m. 'etc. Second-dam FAN NlT-GOtJt)iyST. by d'ul'ile 1197. sire of
,15 dams of 17 In the list. Third da nt VivC. by Goddust 150, sire of Lucille
Goiddust 4:16, - Fleety Oolddust ,2:20; 4tc-
. BROADHEART Is one of the finest .staHlons ; In the state, and wlth but
little handling shows himself to be a very 'promising trotter. He will be
J allowed to serve a few mares at ' '-' 1 u
129 BY THE SEASON WITH USU ATI RETURN PRIVILEGE. 1
' Ilnviteibr?clerg to'cerf) fcnd see tlls horse before f breeding their
snares elsewherej J i W., a TRINK FAIR GROUNDS. OR.
Sire of Lady. Jones
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WINNER OF THE TWO-YEA R-O I.I) TROTTfNiJ 8TAKK AT THE STATE FAIR( LAST YEAR.
- i'- .Sre McKlmmey 2:l I 1.4 : , : -. I .-
Sire of 4inrthe3tl0 lUt, 49 In tlio 2:13 li!i, 2 la the 2-0 lUt, at 14 year of are. t'neqoalted
by snv aire ef ha ae. ..--.'.! -." - -
Ilntdm MIDDAY BELLE, by Qcaslper, 2:14 V, aire, of Gazelle 2:11V, Ula Jcmie 2:12, and,
Others..:'. .r . ." . , ''I-- j !
8econ1dam BRIAR HKLt.K(lam of MrT.rier 2:14) ty Hon Wllkfti J:2l?i. aon of Alryoas.
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Aimoot33, fonnderef tbe
CAPTAIN JON'RS ia a bUc'i stall ion I oale.1
perfeet ttotiine- action and urom Ineii to he a
bmt brfil on and a pronounced aire of uniform
of 19U2 a follow. : . .
I R V 1 NUTON FA RK; IORTI.ANn. I5EB. I TO ATRrt, 1, FAIR GROUNDS, BALEM.
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Terma, gsg.oo Season. t'JB jajrlle at tints Of service, balsacs st ead of sesaoa.
7 JOHN PENDER, FalrrGtounds, Salem, Or.
Heal Drown Htallion ; star, near, jiind font white, and i '
vnry few white hairs on ri?ht front foot ; 1-Y3-4 liamls hlh.
- Ureil by C: l'V Kmery, Forest CityiHtock, Farm, Cleveland. ,
-x Ohio. Foa!el June 1,1S8.. Will make the season, J MX!,
at the Itetl Front Hani, corner Trade and Commercial
Hlreets, Halem, Oregoiv . i ,.'..-
His colts may lie seen at the State p'air C rounds. . T .
Claggeti & Hatch, Props
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If yoa are going home to . your childihocxi'a borne this
year, remember that th NORTIIEItN PACIFIC leads to evr
ery body's home. J . . T .
You can go by .way of 6t Taal to Chicago, or St. Louis,
and thence reach the entire East andjSonth. Or, you can go to .
Dnlnth,and from there use either th rail-lines, or one of the
superb Lake Steamers down the laies to Detroit, - Cleveland,
Erie, and Buffalo the Pan-American1 City. ;
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, Start right and you will probably arrire at your destina
tion all right, and, to fctart right, use the Korthern Pacific, and
preferably the "NORTH COAST LIMITED'' train, in service
after MAY 5th. , I ,: '.
. r Ally local agent will name
A D. CHARLTON
2U7!, Tbe Monk 2JiL A ua 2.tw4 Jenry Mae w. ai
lertou 2.-09 J(. H ia own idauihtem ln rcvliuel Kalpb'Hi'ikr
2 tW'iiopeaHi Crfoni 27 HriichUigat 2B, buuu.
2-09, itourboa Patches 2:0W, Rubber 2: Jo, aud 141 others. .
t?lre Sqphta'Temple 22T. ,en. I'icton. 2;S0:a grand-
horse and carries mnrc Mnrrm i.Lr.
x2inifi Asainucri XV m,
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. BLACK STALLION
, 1..3 llarvln High.
Weight llWnoundi. B
Six years old. .
On df Roy "Wilkes t:0tXL . K '
ones 2:46 In the mud.)
rmi rpooi-nare lire. -
In DiHulatenila IV hand a. weisba 1100 ponnda, haa
arvat hire (
kn of jcolta. Captain Jones will aaake tbe aeason
rates. j ' . ;