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WEEKLY OREGON STATES MAIf, FRIDAY1. JTJNTJ SO 1992.' ; :
THE COUNCIL -11
Business lleetins of Salem's
Board of Aiders'
i, i men
THE CURB LINES TOBE ESTAB
. USIIED "T AND ORDINANCES. Tp
BE" ENFORCED ItEOAnDINO CON-
tTTRUCTION OF NEW BUILDINGS
IN THIS CITY. ! '
. ;-. f r" ; j r" -H fr ii ; -:;:
(From Wednesday's jally.)
.The common council neld a regular
meeting in the police room of the city
ball last, evening, all members being
present except Councllmen Walker and
Sims; and Mayor - CV P. Bishop pre
sided; After the reading of the min
utes of the previous meeting several
business matters came up for. consid
eration and were .disposed of. Z l;.-'X.
in regard to the ordinance providing
for the establishment of , a. uniform
curb Me which wait ordered dratted
at the last meeting. City Recorder N,
J. Judah Informed the council that the
drafting- of such an. ordinance would
involve, and conflict with, about nine
teen other ordinances nd that it was
such a complicated and delicate task
that he aid not care to assume the re
sponsibility of drafting such an Ordin
ance, as has been his custom in the
past. He thought that the street com
missioner could exercise hi powers In
overseeing the establishment of new
curbing. Instructing (he builders as to
the proper line and in this manner get
along without such an ordinance. .
Councilman Btols did not' think it
advisable to leave the matter in the
hands of the street commissioner, .but
that It would be better to hare a curb
line ordinance drafted, and v made a
motion to the effect that the ordinance
committee be empowered to employ an
attorney, to i draft such an ordinance
and submit' it p. the 4 council, but the
motion was ia.ier wnnarawn.
Alderman Ttlggs was of the opinion
that it would be necessary to have an
ordinance and with penalty attached
to Insure the proper -observance of
same and recommended that, instead
of the curb line ordinance the ' best
means to cope with the nuisance and
to compel the strict observance of all
ordinances t pertaining to public lm
pfovements would be to draff and
adopt an ordinance which Nrould re
quire that no building should be erect
"ed, - of any i sort, no sidewalk laid., no
sewer constructed or curb line estab
llshed nor j any kind of ' public lm
proyement undertaken without first b
talnlng a permit from the city council
and that such a penalty should be pre
scribed . that would insure its observ
ance. 6uch an ordinance is in force
in Portland and ha-been t" proven-
nuunuanuy buccvbslui Dfiiae cuminii
l . m . . f a - Ltl .
ing all worry and disagreeabllKy from
the street commissioner and other Offi
cers and those efflcers would know ex
actly what improvement were being
carried on and that they -were being
done In the manner aa provided for by
the ordinance covering the same. ,
The council s a unit, agreed with
Mr. Riggs m this opinion, and After
some further discussion, a motion, by
Mr. JStolz, to the effect that the com
- mi Wee on ordinances be empowered to
employ legal counsel and draff -an or
dinance requiring all parties who-are
desirous of making any public im
provement whatsoever, to first obtain a
'permit from the city council, was car
ried unanimously. , It was lso under
stood that a clause should be Incorpor
ated in this ordinance providing for
the submission -of plans- and specifica
tions of the proposed improvement ac
companying the application for a per
mit ,, j t ',. ..
Chairman Itiggs of the committee on
streets, snd public property to which
the matter of conetructltng a ;sewer
through bloc' No. 88 to connect wrth
the main sewer which tias been peti
tioned for and remonstrated "against,
"reported ,that"he had" Investigated the
matter- and was of the opinion that
the sewer was a necessity and recom
mended that the city proceed with the
construcjtion of same regardless of pe
titions and remonstrance and the re
port was adopted. He also recom
mended ihat the property holders, on
High striee be granted permission to
proceed with the grading of that street
pursuant to the order of the council
nd at the 'expense of the property
holders, j - . . "" j - .'-,
Chairman Stolx, of the;committe on
health and poMee," reported upon" the
matter of conditions of the cesspool On
the property Of Wm."Hager,- of St.
Paul, on Cottage andtlnion street of
this city, which -was complained of by
residents of that neighborhood, that he
had made an. Investigation and found
that the conditions-were a bad or
worse than was j reported and recom
mended that steps be taken at once to
abate the nuisance and he also, stated
that-he had. through the city recorder,
notified Mr. Hager and Instructed him
to rectify the matter without delay.
He also reported that upon investiga
tion he had found that thre wre nu
merous other nuisances in' that same
neighborhood of ; a like, character; and
recommended' very strongly that 'he
city employ at once a competent h"'h
officer to search out. and remedy thse
r-uisances Which are so dangerous toj
the public tieaKh stating that already
four case, of typhoid fever has existed
In. one family which he was satisfied
was, caused by those f6ul cesspools,,
A'petltlon of Dr. W , H . Byrd. et. aV.
for the permission to erect -a .-water
tank, and tower on the south aide of
Court street between Church an-t Win
ter streets, to be used f'T stret sprn
kling purpose-and rtq-f st xixjf the
city pay one-half the est rf the tank
Wch imuld become ih proper-yr
the city was read befdre the counHI mm
was also a remonstrance agiin . he
constructiori of the towef and tank on
the grounds that lr" was an cytso'rt
and a nuisance by; $ , H. Alb-.rtan1
others. Therejwas a somewhat len?'.hy
discussion upon these? petitions but the
majority seemed in favor of the" for-,
mer as It is the Intention of thte peti
tioners to hav Court and State vtrteets
sprinkled to . '12th atreet1 without 'ex
pense to the city and a motion was fin
ally made and carried to grant the first
petition for the tower and tank and
that the city pay half of the expense
upon the condition that it become city
property and that the cjty reserve the
power to remove It at any time.
The bond and snnliratiim of ttnh a
NadsUnek, for the renewal of liquor
ucense was approved and license or
dered to issue and the Application of
rreq Neckerman for the renewal of
license was referred to the committee
on licenses. ; - ji '. '
Upon request of the Fourth of July
committees the council granted the use
of Marion Square for celebrating pur
pose and also permission to suspend
flags and banners over the streets upon
that occasion wKh : the provision that
the park be cleaned up and all ban
ners removed within five days after the
celebration.' ' The Chief of Police and
City Recorder were also empowered to
swear In all the special officers which
would be necessary, to serve without
pay, to preserve order daring the cele
The following bills against the city
were allowed and the council adjourn
Salem Water Co
Theo. Barr. . . . . .
. .$118 SO
. . 9 S3
.. 209 83
,., 1 SS
... 29 3
Salem Gasllgk t ' Co
Salem L. P. a T. Co
Pat ton "Bros . t. . .
G. F. Rodgers-Jb Co..
Salem Gaslight Co.. . .
Pohle & Bishop.. ..
Brewster Ml White..! ;,
R. M . Wade St Co... . .
E . S , Lamport. . . . , .
John Hughes. . . . .
Cronk & BUchter. . . .
Z. JiRSggs.. - - .. .. ..
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SILVERT0N NEWS NOTtS
MOVEMENTS OF THE CITIZENS
OF THAT PLACE SCHOOL
' DIRECTOR 'ELECTED. . .
SILVERTON. Or, June 17. A. E.
SmHh, Ai Coolldge and hoc Whltlock
returned Sunlay from., week's outing
in the Molalla country Thejr report
a. pleasant trip and some fine fishing.
' Gerome Morely, Sam Ames and son.
Rose, are spending , a few weeks at
Matolas, fishing , and enjoying gen
uine outing, i''!-' ;-,;
The annual school election was held
Monday in district No. 4, aft this place
and was fairly well attended. L. J.
Adams was elected director and J. E.
Hammond, clerk, and a four mill tax
was voted for the coining year.
. Gert Cooley and Fred Welch "depart
ed Saturday for Missoula; Mont, where
they have an engagement to play with
a band. .:' - - A ' i ' i - '
Miss Stella Welch, who ha been
very sick, for . th paslj two ( weeks, is
reported somewhat better, v
i Fred Warnock, former d!tor of the
Appeal, but now' editor of the Hep
pner Gaxette, is -visiting friend in. 811
verton. .Fred says he did not know
green trees were or beautiful until be
got back here again.
E. R, Drake went to Portland Mon
day to attend; the meeting -of 'the
Grand Cabin, Native Sons of Oregon.
- A. F. McClalne, of Tacoma, 1 In
SHverton on . short ytslt..5 :
Albert ' Bentson, i of Sellwood, . Is
spending a few day with his parents
here.; .v . -; , '
Elwin Ames, who for the past two
-weeks has been on the sick - list,, it
again on the street, t v .
c Jesse Fltswater was a business vis
ttor in Portland -Monday.
Died At 8Uyton.. .
STAYTON, Or., June 18. At the
family; home, flve miles south . of this
city at midnight, Sunday, June 15th,
occurred the. death of C. A. '.THus,
father of F. C. Titus, Of this city
Death resulted from heart failure and
was a great shock to. relatives and
friends. Deceased was born In York
state, January1 27, 1829; left York state
with his parents when a child. lie
crossed the plains with an ox team
three times. , The last time In 184 he
crossed with his family and settled on
a farm in Linn county, Oregon, near
where' the family now reside. In 1895
he was converted and united with the
Christian church of which he was a
faithful member ; until his death. Be
sides a host' of (sorrowing friends he
.leaves an aged, grlcf-etricken ; wife,
two sons and three daughters to
mourn the loss of a kind friend and
neighbor, an affectionate husband and
an indulgent father. Children sur
vivlng him are E. C. Titus,; of this
citjr: R. A. Titus, Rufus,Or ; Mrs.
J T. Montgomery. Pasco, Wash.; Mrs.
E. E. Howell, Oregon City, Or and
Effie Titus. Bcto. Or. Rey. Frank A.
Ware conducted the funeral services,
and interment, was had in the Miller
cemetery near wneimirn. ;
Miss Viva Gardener ewtertained the
audience at the Methodist Church Sun
day evening -w!th ah account of her
trip to Capltola Cal, a a delegate o
ane recent cunvrnuun.
Mr. and Mrs. Elder and Mrs. Kitch
fen returned trom I Portland Friday
where they attended the Grand Chap
tetr Eastern Star. '
' .Mr. and Mr. York Richardson ex
pert to move to Salem tomorrow Where
they will reside, and Mr. Richardson
will assume the duties of the office of
couhty treasurer. StaytOn regrets the
loss of this estimable family.
The annual school meeting Was held
In the public school building Monday.
The tax levy question, was not brought
vp as expected. E Roy wa elected
director, and J. E Whrtehead for
clerk. -'i 1": ' !
Mrs. Henry Miller and daughter, of
Sclo. were Stay ton visitors Sunday..
Mrs. Queener and Edna Richardson
visited relatives In Sclo over Sunday.
Miss Bess Queener returned with them
for a brief visit at home.
; An Interesting game of ball was
played on the Stayton diamond Sun
day afternoon between the "Stayton and
Sublimity nines, resulting In favor of
R. Custer left Tuesday morning for
the Breltcnbush hot springs east of
Gate where he will .spend a few weeks
with the hope of benefiting his health.
Just Look At Her. . "
Whence- came that sprightly- step,
faultless skin, rioh, s rosy ,i complexion,
smiling -face. ; She fooka' good, fetls
good. ; Here's her secret, She uses
Dr. King's New-Life Pills, Result
all ' organs active, digestion good, no
headaches, no chance for "blues.1; Try
them yourself, Only 25c at Dr Stone's
Drug Store.'.- .f .: ' T
j - O'GORMAN IN FAVOR. . I
RjOME. June jlT.-Tne Rhti Rev.
Thomas O'Gorman, - Bishop of i Sioux
Falls, 8. D, who has been In Rome" for
some time, will probably be selected
aposolic delegate in the Philippine 11-
NEV COUNTY -
The System cf Keepin? Tfcem
to Be Ilaterially
CLARK AND BUCHANAN. THE EX
PERTS TO INSTRUCT, INCOMING
OFFICERS IN THE NEW SYSTEM
TO UK INSTALLED BY THEM ON
JULY. 1ST, " ''
(From Thursday's Daily.)
. ,J. W. Clark, who with J. W. Buchan
an experted the Marlon county record
recently, returned to this city from
Portland yesterday, and in conjunction
with the county court made the pre
liminary arrangements for tne estab
lishment of the new system of keeping
the records as recommended in the ex
pert's report and adopted by the coun
ty court. ' i " . i .-. 'j
In their report, the experts alleged
that the system which is in , use at
present is antiquated, inconvenient, in
comprehensive and impracticable, and
recommended the adoption of a more
modern method which would make .the
work of keeping the records simpler.
more accurate and comprehensive, and
also recommended the adoption of a
system which they.Clark and Buchanan
had perfected,; and they offered to In
troduce the system into practice in this
county, for a moderate compensation
based upon the same rate of per diem
as stipulated in the original contract
as entered into with the county court.
. Mr. Clark. County Judge John H.
Scott, Commissioner : I- C. Need ham
and George F. Jtodgers. were busy all
afternoon yesterday Investigating' tne
new system as submitted by Mr., Clark,
estimating the cost apd ordering the
new books. .The change of form in
some of the books is jjulte radical
while In others It is only trivial and
serves- to make the work more simple
and less liable to. error.
; Many of the old books are now near
ly full and will of necessity have to be
replaced with new books soon and to
establish the new system for the old
style, the cost for the books being the
same, will cost the county only a trifle
more than to replenish the stock of old.
style record books. In the county
Clerk's department the only new book
to be introduced will be an Exhibit of
Warrant Record" which will be practlc
ally the same as the old one with .the
addition of more column spaces. : In
the sheriff s department there will be
no change as the present records are
designed to conform to the provisions
ot tne taw. . .
In the, recorder's department will be
Introduced what Mr. Clark calls a "new
loose leaf perpetual index book." which
is represented as being a revolution In
the method of indexing (instruments
and will simplify matters materially
and instead of separate "fee and "re
ceiving books a combination of these
two will be substituted and is repre
sented as being much more convenient
and practical. . r' "v ;-:
These wUl be about all of the changes
that will be made except in the form of
treasurer' turn-qver blanks and the
school superintendent's receipt blanks
and the complete set -of books will ooet
the county between'fSO and 90. Geo.F.
Rodgers will be given the order for the
books and he will go to work upon tnetn
at once so as 4 to have them completed
and ready for the hew officers who will
assume their duties the first Monday.
In July, - --' : I. . "
Messrs, Clark and Buchanan will re
turn to this city on July 1st, to In
struct, the-new officers in the new sys
tern of keeping the records and to. ex
pert the retiring officers records for the
past six months in accordance witn
the t terms , of their contact -with the
A LAWN RECEPTION
TI1B aJ O. U. W. TEAM TO BE HON-
! i ORED BY THE LOCAL
' LODGE3. ' ' '.- i
i (From Thursday's Daily.)
"; Desiring to show their appreciattton
Of the victory gained by the drill team
at Portland - in presence of the Su
preme Lodge on last Saturday eyening.
the members of Protection and Valley
lodges. A.. O. U. W., and of Salem
No. 19. and Viola No. St.; Degree of
Honor, have planned a. reception and
sociable to be given In honor of the
victorious team and their captain on
next Saturday evening, the regular
meeting night of two of the lodges. On
that evening, however, the lodge rooms
have been given over to the use of the
Knlghtst of Pythias, so It ha been de
termined to held the reception out
doors and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davey
have consented-to the use of their
latere lawn at the corner of Liberty snd
Mill streets, for the purpose. There
will be a nice program and' refresh
ments. , to which all members of both
orders In the city are cordially Invited
Remember, Saturday evening, at s: 80.
A PRETTY' WEDDING
MR. EVERETT DOWNING , AND
: MISS NETTtB MAY"READ
UNITED FOR LIFE.'
From Thursday's Dally.) .
A pretty wedding took" place at the
home or Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Read,
two -miles -south of AumsvUle, at 12
o'clock noon, yesterday, when . their
beautiful and accomplished daughter.
Miss Nettie May Read, was Joined in
happy wedlock Ho Mr. Everett Down-
.ng, of .Will t eaker.
Promptly t high noon the melodious
strains of Ixihengrln's Wedding march,
played by Miss Zcima-Patton, pealed.
forth and were wafted on . the, balmy
breexe" made fragrant by the festoons
of roses and other seasonable- blossoms
that decorated a beautiful arbor of ev
ergreen which had been constructed on
the lawn.". for the occasion. . Elder J:
E. Roberts entered the arbor, follow
ed by the happy couple and pronounced
the beautiful and impressive ceremony
which made them husband and wife.
Immediately following the. ceremony,
the guests were served wRh a delight
ful jredliBf .dinner and the afternoon.
Can only. be obtained by keep
ing the blood pure and the dl-
gestion perfect. For this pur
pose Hsstettee Stomach Bitter
was Introduced fifty years ago,
and today It is recognized- a the
leading health restorer In the
world. It will cure Dyspepsia
Biliousness, Flatulency and Ma
laria, Fever and Ague. Try it
very pleasantly passed In light
conversation, interspersed with music
while. Ice cream waa served : -t
The bride and groom were made the
recipients of many beautiful and! use
ful gifts and late in the afternoon the
guests took their departure wishing
them a long and happy life, t Those
present were; Grandma Porter Mr.
and Mrs. J. E Roberts. Mr. andj Mrs.
C. K. Read. Mr- and Mrs. Ed Down
ing Mr. and Mrs. T. B. PattonVMr.
and Mrs. J. A. Poland. Mr. and Mrs.
S. W. Read. Mr, and Mrs. J. H.Wit
set. Mr. and Mrs. H, C. Von Behren.
Mr. and Mrs. V. II. Read. Mr, and
Mrs. H. C. Porter, Mri. Balrd. ot Os
ceola. Iowa; Mrs, J. H. Porter. (Mrs.
Jennie Downing, Mrs. Millie Martin,
the Misses Eva, Zelma and Genevieve
Patton, Mary Wood. Clarice Baird. Su
sie Carpenter. Levi Wltxei.' laude
Porter.; Sarah and Jessie Read. Mabel
Poland., Edith. Mamie and Grace! Von
Behren. and ' Messrs. A. L. Downing,
George and 'Edward Darby,
Downing. John and George Read,
Weaver. Claude Boone, Harry,
Glen and Rex Porter.
MR. TIJTHILL DENIES THE RUMOR-
THAT HE ISAN A. , P. A J
(The Statesman is pleased to print
communication upon topic ot general
interest at any time. There J scarce
ly any limit to the topics of general
Interest.1 It Is asked only that crrci
pondents- refrain from personalities
and use care that nothing be wrMten
of a libelous or unworthy oruntruth-
ful nature.) .
" ' ' -- '- . . . . -(From
It has come to my notice that one
of the arguments used against pie at
the election on v Monday' was that I
was. an ATPTA.- -v.'- .'-".':.'"' j . '
As to the Jssues of the election - I
have 'nothing to say; the voters have
settled that; but when accused of be
longing to ah organization whose big
oted and un-American principles are
utterly abhorrent to me and an organ
isation which I have always opposed
by voice and vote, it is impossible for
me to be silent. .- -
Any person who charges me' with be
ing a member or in any way connected
with the" A. P. A. deliberately f alslfles.
. . J. B. T. TUTHILL.
Salem, Or., June 18, 1902
THE RIVER FALLIN(
NAVIGATION ABOVE SALEM IS
BEGINNING TO BE SOMEWHAT
4 (From Thursday's Dally.)
The stage of the river yesterday jafter
noon was KZ feet and IT inches above
The navigation companies : are getting
somewhat anxious as' to the situation,
fearing that .navigation of the river
south of the city, at the present rate
of decfine is rather shortlived for even
at the present stage the upper - river'
navigation ie very difficult and uncer
tain. .;. - :-' ; .'-
It. was thought earlier in the Reason
that there was a great quantity of
... . . . . . . . i in
snow .in Tne mountains ana kmjiuiiis
which would meltgTadually with the
increase of temperature and keep up an
abundant flow of water in the river.
sufficient to allow of upper river) navl
ration until late in tfi summer but.lt
appears that their hope were not well
founded and traffic will be cut of? much
earlier than was anticipated.. . The O
C. T. Co. is; constructing a j- light
draught boat especially for summer use
but as yet it Js not completed nor will
It be before July 1st.
DIED IN SEATTLE
MISS GRACE BURDICK' PASSED.
A WAT -HER FATHER Rk
SIDES IN SALEM.
(From Thursday's Dally.)
Miss Grace Burdlckv formerly of this
city, but who has been 111 for several
months and traveling over the country
for the benefit, of her health, 4' ,B
Seattle yesterday morning, at 7:30
o'clock, of dropsy and other complica
tions, aged about 22 year. I
The father, Mr. Geo. F. Bjurdlek.
a stock dealer of thls'clty,receited the
sad news yesterday and departed for
Seattle on the 6verland train during
the afternoon: and. . in all probability.
Via remains will receive; burial in tnat
MissiBurdick is well known In this
city where she ha lived the greater
part of her life and wa very promin
ently Identified with Christian Endeav
or work and her demise will bej deeply
mourned by her score of friends.
A PLEASANT EXCURSION'
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LOW RATES FOR A SATURDAT
TRIP TO CLATSOP AND LjrjNG
: (From Thursday's Daily
lireinninr Saturday. June lilh and
every .Saturday thereafter during the
summer season the Astoria uommota
River Railroad Co. . will sell round trip
Triirmlnn tif kti between Portland and
all points on Clatsop and Long Beach,
except 11 waco, at rate of $2.60 f qr round
trip, tickets Interchangeable with all
boat lines and good to return Sunday
night.' . "- -
.This reasonable rate win enable pros
pective campers and cottagers 1
ness the ? many Improvement
made at Seaside and prepare
summer u ting. Trains leave Union
depot every- Saturday at t a- rji- ahd 7
p. m. and leave Seaside Sunday at 2:30
D. m. Close, connection made
toria. with steamer Nahcotta
from Lonff Beach,
- t A m.
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I ft .-!'-'-- - .
flUR cooJs will
y Our prices will suit your pock
ctlook. Dry Goods at tho very lJw
rt prices. Shoes tliat combine per
il ition of fit and finish iwith ipasor--abjciicss
of price . Kcv" goods ar
riving daily in our Millinery De
Try us and
at you gfit
Next Door to
If you do not
tone of our
S ts. . Wo
it tlictir in
suites ate t'c
best alucs ev:r
THE HOUSE FlRNISIIINn CO.
S08 Commercial street
Stores at SabMn and Albany.
1 , - . "- - , -C I
mm. , , I ,-it.inl '"'i n 1 111 111' 1 11 ll rJ'ir
. " 1 ' 1 1 1 t "
BE WISE IN TIME .
People Cannot Afford to, Trifle
: With 111 Health
Salem seems to be full of wise peo
ple judging from th: steaCy, stream of
callers at the office of theycclebrated
Dr. Darrin.: He Is naklog wonderful
Cures, and letters of .gratitude are., be
ing daily received, nl lowing th-j sastis
factory results of his skill in .treating
diseases. The follow ing carols are.se
letted from the man;r: ' : ;
Mr. Editor Dear -:ir: . For over 12
years 1 have been ifllictedvwJth sore
eyes. granulation,, t Iceratlbn,- etc. 1
have spent-hundreds of dollars with
soHcalled; eye speela lists, w ithout ob
taining relief. A few weeks ago 1
plajced myself under jpr. Darrln's treat
mVint, ; At that time B was nearly blind,
and could hardly find my way to his
office. . Through his skillful treatment
my eyes are now well,' My friends' and
neighbors havej also noticed, "the great
change in me. Myj address'js Lower
Uoistjf Idaho, r,W; C. 11ATE8. .
A HAPPY MAN.
Virs'Wif Was Blind, But Nov
J - ,' , ' 8he Can 8es. ':"...--'.
he following la ah extract of a card
from Mr. Austin, of Portland, pr(,. tell
ing how his wife, was cured of total
blindness:'- -. .-;""'
"I wish to make known what'Dr. Dar-
rln! has' done In my family. Eight years
agp my. wife was totally .blind from
what doctors called 'nervous abhorr
ence of light. In fhat condition -she
visited him and was cured, so she
could see as wvli aim ever .In her life.
I know of hundreds who nave been as
miraculously cured. I am employed on
thfe O. It. Ml N. ra Iroad. and can be.
referred to at' any time in Portland. 1
mit earnestly recfjmmend themict-
el from whatever clause to consult IJr
Dirrlnv W. -H "Stub AUSTIN
M. Hsxsltin Cured Tw Years A3
. f Seiatica Rhf umatism. . ;
Vondcrf uL almost miraculous are the
cures being eneciea in inese aavs oi.
enco by electricity and medicine.
LMr. M. M. Haseltine!. of Baker City, de
sires to haye it khown. that 'be was
ctired of sciatica rheumatism two years
affo by Dr. Darrln. Mr. liaxeltlne says
he has not been troubled with.' the Pln
since taking the treatment two years
ago. and : wlsbc his friends afflicted
with rheumatism to go t Dr. Darrln
and neeure rel-ef by the latest skillful
spplirations- of Hctrlclty and medl
tlncs. i - - . . r ,
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A Wonderful Recovery. ,
To the Editor: Being terrible vici
tlm of bleeding pilri, large tumors pro-
trudine. eomDltcated with coiStliallOri
and stomach trouble for the past 20
years. 1 consulted! Dr. DarTSn. after
several other physicians . had failed, j
With a. light and ajmost pttiniens oper- I
a-lon he oon effected it radical, cure of I
my case, and I. wtan otner so amicieu
to know that they.) also, can secure re
lifef. . The doctor ;i(red my sister of ep
ilepsy and nervousness of 2 years'
standing. 11 years ago.
, . tv. - CHAS,
as; l; okdwax. ,
Mon La villa, Or.
Dr Damn's Plae of .BusinsssV"
Dri Darrln can be coniUlted free at
the "Willamette hotel,- Salem, , unui
suit von r lasle.
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at : : :: : : :
Dry Goods Store
the Postoftlcc V v
Inautilul Colilcn Oak lklrHni
the nick of timej just before t lie
factute'rs' ewnbiuo alvnc(l the price.. Tluse
olP red in Sjhin nnJ will nt
Next door to Postofllce,
53 EPIDEMIC nov RAGIHG amonc
(wi HORSED n1 IH Curt thm of Ifwrri, Cow r.
w s sass- sr j ssrmzctJi fcs 1 rrHvaiAa1' urate v w uvi
CURED 3 HORSES. "'""
t htun wain thfrni l'iiiiv H.lil wwlln mntl
In Ihnt UimIuh cured 11 harmcm ot fc , H of 1iMr11.pT m riirn-1.
rt , mt Pwin Co.. St. evi. mm. -
cm Could Look
to jfhtCB VOIM -oobIi. if serleiled.
(II b vou you wnu: ' k relief t
eoce- jad L'a.. paiursiiy t -u o lurvuf o
W j O'ttnt. -t o cur Cos-
.1 irp eitip ' .. nreac kit is,
VU1 W i4 .rn., ,a -i tung
Troublek. ' C'resr.1p'o'', . M" 'd
e& rr-nt. "''r'k ha S. C Wt. tS &. Co-
s Key; Vi far free trial bottW.
liTrrs -v7J?oet T rrilk U Blood
Z i ri fi? o i r op H s
Thm Best--NeKIig Else
Yoscmite' Engraving Co.
' Cnr.vin ef
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'"-. 84 Montgsmvrr ft., ft. T.
fS. C STONE M.D.
t4 PIlOPIUKTCMt OF
STPiit'-S DRUG STORES
Can De Cured Read This:
'l Tor tbe benefit of nrB fJH:id wiih a
ra pt u rt or fccmU I will tv iht I have fx-rt
Cured Ot one ljr a "llofiett 1A9"-Irimn, hI1
to we Sad Rtlcd r Ir. Stone, Salem, r.
' . . , wia. troffrier.
Call and luventfnte thee truMes, Nou
235 and &7 Commercial HU
July Cth, from Is to 6 Vc kx k. daily, '
enlngn, 7 to t; Sundays 10 f 3- All
rurahl f hroni dlaeaju-s. lost mnhiKi1.
bioofl taints, stricture, errors of youth,
catarrh and deafness, are confidentially
treated.;; cures of private , aiea-
guaranteed, and never pubHh-d In th
papers, and no cures published, only
by permission. Most cases can retlvy
home treatment after a visit at the doc-
tor's olttce. Inau!rls answered and Ir-
eulars sent free. Batteries and belts
furnished, with full directions for their
use. . Eyes tested and glasses fit tel.
Dr. Darriri's terms for treatment afo
now V a. week, or In that proiK,rtion
time, as the case may require. e
cept in apetlal cases, The poor treated-free.
'"except medicine. , '
Smith's Dandruff Pomaos.
stop Jtchlng' calo upon application
three to six remove all dandruff and
will stop falling hair. Price COc, at all
Legal Dlanks4 statesman Job u:.