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TO CELEBRATE !
Ccmnlttses Eel J an Interest
ing: Session Last I
Night ! -
COLLECTION OF SUBSCIUPTXpXS
WILL BEGDJ TODAI MANY
BEAUTIFUL FLOATS WILL BE
SEEN IX THE PARADE ON THE
The Fourth pt July- committees held
a meetipr In the police court room of
the - city ball last evening "at j which
there was a fair attendance and a num
ber' of details of the celebration ar
rangermnts, of greater or less Import
ance, were disposed of quite satisfac
torily Of- . ;f;: ); . .
; Fred .Fontaine, v the corresponding'
secretary was instructed to start out
and to collect, all of the money sub
scribed so far, and It was also decided
to place-subscription Hats In various
business houses in this cKy for the
benefit of those who cannot contribute
a large amount and are desirous of
helping; to the extent of their means
which, wilt afford them an opportunity
to do so, and-as every little helps, the
committee has hopes of securing- quite
a snug- lift in this manner.
11. 8. Skiff and P. A. Dlnsmore. of
the float committee, reported that they
had met with abundant -success and
'that, according to the interest f which
hull thn fur tin mantfoaitmi hv all
parties solicited the grandest pageant
bratlon that has ever been witnessed
heretofore. Fi E. DePareq, chairman
or trie decoration committee, T also re
ported excellent success and that every
-business. house in the city andJ.be ma
jority of the residences will; present
such a gala appearance upon that day
as never before beheld, 'and .that al
ready many of the business houses had
secured their material and were study-
ins; out their designs. ; 1 .
, Many other matters came up for dis
cussion, of nueh Importance, i but U
was thought best not to bring- them be
fore the public until they had been per
manently decided upon.. A man will
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W. V t4 i, (ui, UUI Ullli (V 0V Ml VfCl
the country and post the advertising
posters through the country and in-ihe
other towns both in this county and
those adjoining. .
.The Big Chorus, vt
Prof. Z; M. Parvin Invites all the
singers. In the city to meet. at the aud
itorium the Northwest Normal Col
lege this (Friday) evening, for prac
tice, for the Fourth of-July chorus.
FEDERAL LABOR UNION
OPEN MEETING IIELD LAST NIGHT
".-AN ADDRESS BY FRANK
At the meeting of Salem Federal La
bor Union last 'night there was a fair
representation of members and many
who were not as yetin the union as
sembled to hear (the address., of Hon.
Frank Davey, as ! per announcement,
and all were : abundantly, repaid for
coming. --t The other peakrs. announc
ed. Mr.Mc&Iahaa and Mr. Horgan,
were absent for 'unavoidable reasons,
'but 'will address (he union at some fu
ture date, "'i
President Miller Introduced ' Mr.
Davey In a very complimentary man
ner, -referring- to him, in "the absence
of the other speakers,' as .the. .fold
stand-by." Mr.iDavey's address re
viewed past conditions of labor in con
trast, to nose -ot ine prrscni na jwr
trayed the wonderful advancement and
rapid and worldwJde modification of
popular sentiment "with respect to
trades unionism. He said the senti
ment of the civilised world had chang
ed radically within the past ZOt years.
Many of the earlier difficulties, strikes
and incident troubles which had been
act down against labor, wcjrit now re
garded as sacrifices" necessary i to the
accomplishment of their ultimate pur
poses. , No worthy reform, Is accom
plished withou tiaac rt flees. 1 T ! .
Unions should guard well against
agitators and demagogues and not be
easily or quickly led to strikes or ex
treme measures. All grievances- should
be- calmly and deliberately considered
and acted upon calmly and carefully.
In an abstract sense men have a
right to seek the cheapest goods and
to pay any rate of wages they aee 1U,
a nd working men may. work J at the
rates or not work as they please, bat
here In the United States a dlffereat
policy fs ? recognised via: the policy
of protection, . Protective laws have
been instituted to maintain the Amer
ican standard of quality In manufactur
ed oodsT The protection policy has
done more for all branches of Industry,
labor Included, than many are aware
of. The same policy of protection aa
imatea the labor union movement. The
solution of the great reform questions
now confronting; the world rests In la
bor unionism. All activity In fraternal
societies, labor. unions and various new
organisations portrays a common fellow-interest
.and all are working to
ward a ommon end. , Organisation
spirit Is permeating' . every branch Of
human activity and every one: should
ally himself iHth - -he. ,, branch y, with
which his worklIent!flea y hira . All
should join nd -then all, sepan&e or
ganisations should be allied In. com
mon organisation!!1 tTiUs Is the precUe
plan of the National Federation of La
bor.). In conclusion. Mr. "'-ivey pfom
ised his unqualified support h the .Leg
islature to all Treasures, of rl bene
fit to labor and to labor. orEaniatatione,
. The address was - frequently ihjer-:
rupted by vigorous applause and at the
conclusion he was given three hearty
cheers and a tiger? "
The clerks w ill organize their separ
ate ' union' tonight .In the hall ; of the
First Christian- Science ..Society, over
Rogers' hook bindery. , r
The central body, composed of dele
gates from the various unions; of the
city will effect permanent organisation
on iionaj mg-nt, me charter having
arrived.- . - - - . ; - "., ;
Portland Trades Council will be no
tiaed at once that the planing: mills of
tils tity are eSJpplES their, products,
to Portland, and that they are not
union mills. This action la based on
a belief, after investigation, that the
Salem mills are shipping' goods to eld
the unfair Portland miljs now opposing
the striking mill men there. . - ,
-The charter of Balara Federal Union
wlll.remaln open or two weeks longer,
during which time the Vote of initia
tion will be bat SO cents.
CASES 'SET FOR HEARING
HEARING OF. APPEALS IN THE
SUPREME COURT DURING THE
, NEXT TWO WEEKS.
In. the Supreme Court, yesterday.
Judge J. J. Murphy. Clerk of the Court,
arranged the calendar X or the next
two weeks, as follows: f -
Monday, June 23d Mi A. Lawrey. re
rrondent .vs." Henry V. Sterling, et al.,
appellants;, appeal from Union county.
I Tuesday. June 24th -State of Oregon,
respondent, vs. CDay Sc. Tarpley. ap
pellants; escheat case; appeal from
Multnomah county. Same vs. same.
Contempt, case. ' r r
Wednesday, June 25th In the matter
of the estate of Solomon Richards, de
ceased, Rosa B. Richards, respondent,
vs.' Meier. &. Frank' Company, appel
lants; appeal from Multnomah county.
Thursday June 20th School : district
No. 110, appellant, vs. H. M. Palmer, et
al county commUsiohers, and W. L.
Jackson, county superintendent of Linn
county, respondent; appeal from Linn
county. : .. . ,
; Monday, June 10th A. C. Hough; ad
ministrator, respondent, vs. The Grants
Pass New Water Light 4 Power Com
pany, appellant;., appeal from Jose-
fhine county, 12m. :
, Tuesday, July 1st Maurice Abraham
administrator, appellant, vs. The O.
AC. R.R. Co., et al.. respondents; ap
peal ' from Douglas county, 12m.'
"' Wednesday, July 2d Mrs. U It; -Nb-
bUtt, aL, respondents, vs. 'F.- W.
Durbin, sheriff, appellant; appeal from
Marlon county, 12 m. .
Thursday, July 4th Elizabeth . Rob
son, appellant, ys. Juliette Hamilton et
aL, respondents; appeal fronvt Linn
county, 12m. - y yv:
; j Minor orders were also made and
entered Of record, as follows: I - -
J . E.!CuiIison, respondent, vs. F. O.
Downing, et al., appellants; ordered on
stipulation that appellants have, until
July 15th to serv and file their reply
Mrs. Elizabeth Eaglesneld, an attor
ney of the state of Michigan, was ad
mitted to practice in the, courts of
this state. , -. : -
NOTES FROM UMSVILLE
MOVEMENTS OF j THE PEOPLE
THERE SEVERAL NEW
, i FRUIT DRIERS.
, AUMSVILLE, Or, June 19. Mr,
Towle is building an additional fruit
dryer on. his prune farm neat here,
Mr. Gooler, of this place is changing
the old Bard hop house into a fruit
dryer and putting up a wind mm.
'Many teams pass through Aumsvllle
daily, Jiaullng lumber to various points.
Knight's mill near here, the Stay ton
mill and Amehd's mill east of Sublim
ity, furnish the lumber, v f
Mrs. W. D. haw is yisitina; at Wood
burn. ' .L - N - "4 l
; Mrs. J. P. Murphy and daughter.
Ada, are ' visiting- In Missouri where
they expect to remain, for a. few
(months. . ' -'.. :--f..
At our school meeting last Monday
John A- Smith "was elected director to
succeed himself and A. Speer was re
elected for clerk. - . " ' . .
. About 35 or 40 of the neighbors called
on Frank Tucker and his bride one ev
ening last week and a- very "pleasant
time was had. Mr. Tucker owns a nice
little farm near, here .where he has
lived all his life. Mrsf Tucker is Just
from, the state of New York.
At Pleasant Point
Pleasant Point, June 19.rAt . the
school meeting Monday afternoon, E.
S. Tolman'was re-elected director and
John Giraddn re-elected clerk. -
Mrs. P. M. PehrsOn and son, "Arthur,
returned from Portland a -teyr ;f days
Mfo- " J-v ' ' " -., -r
rWood : Is being rapidly hauled from
this neighborhood to the Reform School
owners wising to get In by the Fourth
: The" children of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Kendall have been ill for the past; few
days with something resembling scar
let fever. All are better now.
The family of John Olrardln hat re
ceived the sad news from Swltserland
of the death of Mr. OlrardJh'S ? aged
father, who fell from a tall cherry tree
sustaining Injuries as above .noted. ;
Crops are making good growth. Rain
would, be 1 welcomed by the - farmers.
The fruit crop will be good in some re
spects. Cherry crop is light, o.
Would It not be the proper thing " to
do to start a subscription, for the wid
ow' and children of the late S. R. T.
Jones who was so foully murdered at
the Penitentiary recently, if found nec
essary, or should not the coming Legis
lature appropriate a suitable sum?
CASTOR I A
i Tor lafimtt and Children. ,
Ha Ihi Yea Kara khzjt Errt!
. ATLXA& WOW.
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;.- HALIS GREAT DISCOVERY.
One small bottle of Hall's Grest Dis
covery cures ail uaney ana oiaaaer
troubles, removes) gravel,., cure dia
betes, seminal emissions, weak and
lame backs, rheumatism and all ' ir
regularities of the kidneys and bladder
in ; both . men : and . woman, regulates
bladder troubles . tn children. , If ndt
old by your drugst. will be seat by
-mall oa receipt of t XL One small, bot
tle Is two month's treatment, and will
cure any case soove menuoneo. uv.
E. W. HalL sole manufacturer. ; P. O.
monlals. Sold by all druggists. an t
S. a STONE'S am stores, Sa
READ THIS. r
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Xr. E. Wi. HalL 6t. Louis, MvV Dear
Sir: I nave used, your Texas Wonflct
for kidney and ' rheumatic ' troubla
IU effects are wonderful. It has ts.
equal, and I cao cheerfully recom
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i hat.xx nor
Naval Ofilcers Open Head
; quarters Here to En
list Wen . '
EXCELLENT O PPORTUXITIES OF
FERED YOUNG MEN AND BOYS
TO SERVE UNCLE SAM IN THE
BEST BRANCH OF THE SERVICE
AT. GOOD PAT.
; , (From Thursday's Daily.) : ...
A recruiting office for the United
States navy will be opened today from
a. ml to 4 p. m, and be kept
open during- the next four days by
Lieut J. P. Morton, Dr. W. E. Bell
sad Chief "Yoeman C. s A. Bringham.
Lieutenatnt Morton is on his Way to
San Francisco, after making a success
ful recruKing trip through ' Washing
ton, Oregon, Idaho and Montana. v T
Fred ; Josephson, Chief MasteNat
Arms, who arrived In Salem: yesterday,
made arrangements for office room In
the city hall, where the headquarters
of the recruiting officers will be. Mr
Josephson. who comes in advance oi
Mr. Morton, Is -postlnsr the city, and he
said last evening; that he expected a
good many enlistments from Oregon,
for the navy.' . f
"The good ship Oregon Is at Seattle
now." he said, "and is waitings to get
a crew, and so is the Wisconsin, ' an
other big- battleship."
. Young; boys from 15 to IT years old
can, ! wKh theiJr parents consent, en
list as apprentices. They get a. com
plete outCUof clothing at the time of
enlistment, the outfit being valued at
$44, and a salary of $3 per month for
the first fen months. After that they
havei a raise of salary. They are sent
to the training school at San Francis
co, where they prepare to go on board
ship. ' They also finish their common
school education at the training schooL
Boys are trained to become petty of
fleers of dirTererrt branches. . They
may also become warrant officers, with
a salary from $1800 to $2000 a year.
A young man from 18 to 25. years,
without any knowledge of a mechani
cal . trade, can enlist as landsman. For
training they Will be allowed to go to
the training school at San Francisco,
and from there to the training ship
Mohican, -making; a trip as far as Japan
and back. On arrival home "they go
on ; a regular man-of-war; cruising
around. the world. !;.-.;V-'-' . '-x..
There is a demand for the following
men, from 18 to 35 years,of age:
Machinist, flrst-ciass, ; at $55 per
month. These men Will be. promoted,
if qualified, in a short time to. chief
machislst, with a salary of $70 per
month. . , - - . . - :
Teomen for clerks, men . who can
write a good hand, and know the nse
of a typewriter; these receive $69. per
month. i . -M;
'Hospital . stewards are wanted, with
salary up to '$60 per month, these can
work 'their way up to the position of
pharmacist in a few years, with salary
from 51800 to $2000 per annum. Hos
pital apprentices are also, desired : for
service in the navy. ,
Electricians, . carpenters, plumbers.
coppersmiths', blacksmiths and firemen,
at salaries ranging- from $35 to $60 per
month, are needed. .
Ex-non-commissioned officers of the
army and marine corps can. enlist as
master-at-armst, of the Second or thlrfl
class,' and in a short time these can
work their way up to chief master-at
arms. ; A master-at- arms receives a
Salary of $6 per month.
The. recruiting force Is composed of
officers who have all seec service, and
all are veterans of the Spanlsh-Amer
lean war, and -they tell Interesting
reminiscences of that .straggle. With
them is Harry Stanley, who served on
the Nashville at the outbreak of hos
tilities, and has the honor of having
fired the first gun of the Spanish war.
During-the stay of ihe officers in this
city,, they will doubtless make many
friends among- Salem s business and
professional men.': r
How. to Avoid Trouble.
Now is the time to provide yourself
and family with a bottle of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoe Rem
edy.rlt Is almost certain to be needed
before ihe summer to over, and If pro
cured now may save you a trip to town
In the night or In your busiest season.
It is everywhere admitted to ba the.
most successful medicine in use for
bowel complaints, both for children and
adults. ' No family can afford to be
without it. For sale by Dr. Stone's
Drug Stores. , "
CLEVELAND IS HONORED
A CATHOLIC COLLEGE CONFERS
! A DEGREE ON THE EX
1 , PRESIDENT.
PHILADELPIA. June 17. For, the
first time in the United States, the hon
orary degree of Doctor ofJuiisprud-
ence was conferred today at the Aug
ustlalaa College of St. .Thomas, of
VlUanova. The recipient was former
President Cleveland, who had already
had the degree of L.L. D. conferred by;
the Princeton University. 5 The . cere-'
mony of conferring the degree upon
Mr. Cleveland was a part of the com
mencement exercises of. the college
and followed the dedication of a new
monastery, college and chapel. c
The' Austrian Ambassador, Mr. Lad
Islaus Henget Mqeljer, Baron von Hen
gerbar. received the honorary degree of
Doctor of Philosophy. ; . Honorary de
grees; were also , conferred as follows.
Rev. William J. Hilt, D rector of
St. Paul's church, Brooklyn, and Judge
Morgan O'Brien, of New York. Ph. D.
Doctor of LaWs. former 'judge Joseph
p. Daly, of New York, and Judge Ti F.
FlUgerald. of New York. ; H
The exercises were netd In the col
lege. Archbishop Ryan presiding. Pre
vious to conferring: the diplomas. Mr.
Cleveland spoke briefly as . follows;
"This incident prominently , suggests
to my mind the imperious edict of edu
cation which forbids the hindrance or
disturbance of Its high mission by re
ligious discrimination, social intoler
ance or . any of the barriers that to a
greater or. less eaten t'separate civilized
feuraaclty,. Tie republic of education
MALCOLM W.: 561 ,
Combined the blood of two World's Champions. ,
' ' - - ' . " . ' -
BY BOBEKT M'GRKGOR 47 81re of the World's Champion Crewcut 212':. , . .
Dam by RAPPY UKwlUM Hire of tbe world's t'bam.on, NAocy Unk 2v4.
Bay stallion 16 2, weight 1400. sired by Robert M 'rror, t :lT. sire of the world's ehaupton trotter, rresccos 2 02V, end 99 Others in the
: ire of 60 dms ot T.f In the list. Including Gratiaa Boy 2.-US, Uixnl K lore ?:0 , York Bay 2J9yj.
ildam MAGQIK MEDlCM.... .., -.:..J..oy HAWY MKWt il -00... ................. ...... ....
Dam oi Ina 2 :l . lady Aegon 2 M' ,
rrandam of Katie
catte a. lesmar
Second dam MAGGIE KEENB. . . ......... .
dam of Happy Damsel s26!tf, Spanish
Msidea 'iihi- grsndam of Nysnza
i:U4. Manrrare 2:14i, Irma 2:18
Lexie Mar 2MH, Lady Aegon 2--
Cnbaa28k. ldaK.2H I
Third dam Laura Fair.
Darn of Keene Jim 2:19, grandam
sel 2:26ffl, Spanish Maiden 2:20$.
Fourth, dam by President, grandson b y Sir Archy; fifth dam by Old Copperbottom.
L AM BE RT B O IT ' REG-4192 morgan reg. record 2.r
Dapple brown, 15.3; weight 1200 pounds; a perfect type of the Morgan horse and cartjjes more Morgan bltod.
In bis veins than any stallion living. Sired by Lambert Chief 2432 son of Daniel Lambert 102. r
First dam Nsncy Hsle 2d. ...... .4.7by : L'apham by Hill's Black Hvk jy.. . . ...,.,.... . ......
Second dam Nsncy Hale 1st... ...... .by Percy Carter Horse, by Tom Howard, son of Hiirs Blat?lt Hawk 6
Third dam Clemens mare. .......... ...by Black Hawk 5. .iu, ......... . ....... . . . . . ........... .......
Lambert Chief S432 Is the sire of Mabel H 2:22HNMlnn' !Kouiton 2:27 Fannie 2:29; Pet Lambert,, dam of
Dexter K 2:15; Minneola, dam of Ray bell. 2:19 (p.); Saddle D, dam of Leonora 2:24.
The Lapham Horse, sire of the dam of Lambert Boy 2: 34 la the sire.of Dollle, dam of Mable II 2:22. Ilanna.
dam of Fannie B 2:29 (Ton win notice that the aire and the sire of the dam of both of these Is:the same a
" that of Lambert Boy). The Lapham Horsa Is also the sire of the dam of Frank. H; i'.22; anlel. Lambert
02, sire of 38 In 2:30 or better; sire of 35 aires of 151; sire of 58-dams of 95. . vX. ,--. :;,;.
"Sfhe registered stalUons MALCOLM and LAMBERT BOY will be In stud until August 1, 1902, at Holmes? Cap,
Sunday and Monday; Dallas Tuesday; Independence, Wednesdayxnd Thursday,' Salem. Friday and Saturday.
,1 Terms Lambert Boy Season, $15; insurance IZS-' MIcrolmgfeason $20; Insurance S30 (Payable $5 In a4-'
vance for season service, balance at end. of Reason). N 4 ; 4- ; ;-Vv'..X'Vi:':;T":'i''
W. e. EATON,
Is. based upon Identical aim, equal
rights in its opportunity and impartial
ity in the distribution of its rewards.
and honors. v ;
"This, it seems, to me. Is Impressive
ly Illustrated when the severely Cath
olle colleae of St. Thomas, of Vlllanova..
bestows Its highest honorary degree
upon-one connected with the. manage
ment and holding an honorary degree
the severely Protestant Princeton
The 'processes of education as they
exist In this country of ours, -have, or
always should have. In addition to oth
er, characteristics especial harmony Of
purpose and design, as they are relat
ed to our Government, and this should
constitute between our institutions of
learning a bond of close fraternity.
Whatever other objects and purposes
may be Involved in educational efforts
among us,, one of its constant and
prominent alms should be the cultiva
tion and maintenance of high standard
of American citizenship. ; ' " ,
It will be a sad day for our Nation
when the forces of education and the
teachers of moral living shall cease to
strive in unity t -leaven the entire
mass of our citizenship, or when their
influence in that direction shall be di
vided and circumscribed by religious
and sectarian differences." ;
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland and the oth
er distinguished guests lunched In the
college after the ceremonies.
Impure Drinking Water .
is always a source of danger; dysen
tery and bowel troubles follow Its use,
every person should have handy a bot
tle of Painkiller (Perry Davis'), which
will aulckly cure these distressing ail
ments.. Be careful and see r that the
storekeeper does not oawn off some
worthless substitute upon you as Is
sometimes done for the sake of a few
cents extra profit. Large bottles 25 and
CORN ON A RAMPAGE
THE BULL CROWD HAS CORNER
ED THE JULY OPTIONS AND
;. SHORTS ARB FRANTIC.
I CHICAGO, June 17. Corn went on a
rampage todav. aad lieaded by the Bull
crowd that has cornered the July op
tions led the unfortunate shorts a rap
id nd" exciting- chase. . . Early Un the
day word went around that the screws
were to be put on the shorts long be
fore eettling day. The pit was tn -a
constant bolt from start to finish.' ' tt
was a day for covering, and practically
everything else was lost sight of. There
is little doubt that the principals back
of the corner In July, which is credited
to the Galea and Wall Street crowd,
are trying to, move out all the contract
stuff. . v-- , . .- "' '. '
The Bull crowd is credited with haf-
ing 15,000,000 bushels of July corn. The
predictions are for 75 cent corn. July
closed at C7& S better than the closa
yesterday. . H .
. The Best Kidney Remedy. .
Is S. B. Catarrli Cure," which positively
cures palns,!n the back Joins or groins,
swelling of the limbs, frequent desire
o r-ass - water, scanty, turbid uri4e J
ftttc of trie orl.l'
m ot tiers sir oi ea tires oi se& in tuv itet at.a es aams
of Hi performers.
by M AM BKlXi H A TCIl ER..i . .
Po'u of Wmbrin rK'hen 69, fire of 2S io-irrl trotters In the
list- His sons hate strea l-aujr of (lie Manor 2fll "4, Jfeir-at-lAw
2 05 '4, IorU lierby v'HC. ilockliir Bird s.o V. Nirlitlnsi 2tM, .
'Dure Devil 29, Moonstone 2. Their daughters nave pro
duced The Abbott 2'4, Kbadow Chime i.-Oo'i. council Chiinei
2J7K. Tbe Monk 2xmU-. Ed Kton Jerry Mm !ffltj,Al.i
V lerton 29V. H own daughter have iimI need Kalpb ilka'.V
2 . Jupe2r07. CFawforrl in7H. Bris'htHsdt JfliW, Bouncer
2:09, Bourbon raivbea 2:Ol4, Rubtier S.lu, and 141 othors.
...by Rattler 501 : . . . ". .
Sire Sophia Temple 2:27",, Gen. Plcton 2:20 a grand
of Happy Dam-
son of Black Hawk 5, a Morgan horee.'
Tare Red Front Livery Stable,
Good pasture. No wire fence.
JAMES 8IIAW, AttendanL
SIRED BY McC LAN AH AN 2343 7,on of Roy Wilkes 3:06).-.
First dam, MIRA GOLDDUST. by Pedro 89042:25; aon of Idol 44. sire
Fldol 2:04. etc. Second dam FAN NT GOLDDUST, by Guide 1197, aire ot
15 dams of 17 in the list. Third da m KIT, by Golddust 150. sfre of Lucille
Go?ddust 2:16 Fieety Golddust 2:20, etc -
BROADHEART Is one of the flneat stallions In the state, and with but
little handling shows himself to be a very promising- trotter. lie will be
allowed to serve a few mares at . .'I-.
$20 BY THE SEASON, WITH USU Al "RETURN PRIVILEGE. .
I Invite breeders to come and see this horse before breeding their
mares elsewhere. K ' W. O. TRINE. FAIR GROUNDS, OR.
Sire of 'Lady Jones 2:46 (In the mud.)
WINSER OK THE T"0-VEAIWI.I TROTTING HTAKR AT THE BT ATE FAIR LAST TEAR.
Site McKlmmey 2:11 I.
, Sire At 4 n the 2:10 Ht, 45 In, the 2:15 list, W In the 2 3Qilt, at 14 years of Sfe. Uneiualled
hf an aire f b's : - , .- ' .
-iret limt MIDWAY BEIXE, by Goniper, 2:11V, sirs of Gsielle 2:11 W, Miss Jessie 2:12. and
''htmi '"diun BRIAR BEl.LEfism of VeRrler i141hy Dow witkes tilvi, son ef Alcyone.
Tslnt dam by Mambrioo Paichen, 58, the reatj.brood-inare sire. , -ro'inh
dam 1t Almost 8S. foander of the Almost tamilr. !
rAlTAIN JOS KM is a blacf atallton foaled
npr(.r trvUitut action and trooiiea to be a
ivi trd pod and a pronounced stre of nniform
oi laws a iiiow :
IttVINUTON PAEK; PORTLANP, FEB.
Terms, gsf.oo Ssaaesj.
$:0 payable at
JOHN PENDER, Fair
BeaV" Brown Stallion ; star, near hind foot while, and a -V
very few-white hairs on right front foot; 15 8-4 hands high.
Bred by C. F- Kmery, Forest City fctock Farm, Cleveland,
Ohio. Foaled June 1,1885. Will make the season, 1902. "
, at the Bed Front .Barn, corner Trad fcnd Commercial .
Streets. Balem. Oregon.
. libs colts may be seen at the 8tate Fair Grounds. 1 "
a Ll' ' Ps-llatd, Ot.
w TobiCv - to CpperAlblna.
Using Pbone rink 1261 Ore.- B
sedimenAa in the urine ' resembling
brick dust and gravel In the bladder,
art of Wbioh leads to Bright's disease.
For sale by all. druggists. Book on
Catarrh" free.' Address Smith Eros,
Fresno, CaL ' - -'.;y . . "'.
baiinpioa Kancy timuVt'i fH add
Balem; Oregofj. .
Mares left a owner's riskr. . '
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Reg. No. W.
. BLACK gTAI.LIO
IS.S Hands lllsh.
Weight 1 150 itouads.
Six. years old.
in 195, stands 15.J hands, weighs lino ronnds,'has
t aire ef nigh elaas horse, lie. is MaKlnnsy's
lot ot eolts.
t Captain Jones will make the season
I TO'APRft, t, WJ
UB GROUNDS, SALEM.
Urn of service, bai
ince st end of season.
Grounds, Salem, Or.
fflLIES' STllilOI. "JEEDE"
. 4 ( NO. 2C3i ' ' -
Will stand for Mare the oomtsff
son . at Comer of Ferry aad Liberty
streets. For rdiffr 'jmA partifSUara.
call on . '.;.-.
Dr. W. ; Z ?Cs .-c
Veterinary Sui - j.
Phone 261. Seaa, r fP.
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N " ' "Tha Irr3stien Bill,
Washington. ' June 18. President
Roosevelt today approved the Hans-.
brough-Newlanda Irrls-atloa bill,