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I Am -OlfldT fand friends at Hubbard. Cora
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To klfwfrtf ood' 8prll!a haseie i P"rlnDI?,?,flturtlcd'thcfecUy"Over
tot vwdT! tteg&tad 14 mil td Ibcip taut ttdmopltiou to "respect
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awtjLaciHi wnicjrrtliey $ld Lntr.ln the day
u , cS .oa ijapt,. rooiuiati, Llcuts Flitter and
frflnnnflv T Tiarl Tr....i m -. . . -.
., , .uuuuisrauu ui v;o. llti w frt u C!J.
alcht Md .ik cortcd by anotllcr 8lad of the "old
.r -!?. lTJ'- boys" from Woodburn nut In tlioir nn.
lee.i alsq had Pforonoc ""d received a -roal Midler's
rllli. One bottle
id another has
greatly. I hare taken 8 hottlea nd
me Hood'a Pllli whiofa are thS btat-X. ever
took.'! II. A. MHiiVlN, BistersjOregon,.
Is the Only
True Blood Purifier
Prominently In tho pabllo eye today.
Hood's Pills Sggjgy "
WANTS ROAD BONDS.
With the rlnht kind of a road bond
ing law, only those districts In which
u majority of tho nronortv holders
were wllllne to assumo the burden
would at ilrst build permanent roads.
The mossback and wooly aphis people.
could still go It In the mud,- unless
they happened to have cntejpralng
neighbors. It Is high time. thosor dis
tricts which are willing to provide
permanent hlghwajs were provided
by Judicious enactment with the
opportunity of dolngm They would
have something for .the Investment
worth to them more than the Ijitdrest
on the boiuR Salem Statesman.
The Statesman Is olT.la advocating
to build wagon roads. Tho country
Is too much bonded now.. Wo arc
sending about half of our locaKaxca
out of the country for Interest on
bonds. The Statesman wouldn't have
to pay them Unit Is' sure.
WHERE ARE WE AT?
The Oregon Ian and
have only one ticket:
For prcslpcnt of tho senate Jo.
For president-of the Republican
clubs Jb. Simon. "
For chairman of the state central
committee Jo. Simon.
For chairman of the delegation to
tho national convention Jo. Simon.
For, member of tho national com
mittee Jo. Simon.
For l S. senator to succeed Mitch
ell Jo. Simon.
Contrast with this abject boss
worship a nian of principle a clean
handed gentleman, whoso heart beats
warm for tho masses Hon. II. L.
Barklcy of "Woodburn. Oil, yo gods'
who rulo our affairs, where arc wo at?
WHAT IS A SUCKER.
A subscriber wants to know what
The Jouhnal means by a "party
sucker?1' There aro many kinds of
suckers but the kind wo mean grows
on the treo .of tho body politic. Tho
pruning knife of the good orchadists
spares no suckers. A sucker grows
rank on tho body of the treo, shades
the whole thing, keeps out tho sun
light, and sucks tho llfo out of tho
wholo tree, but. bears no frul.tr, It
sometimes blossoms out with promises
but they alway blight and It goes on
sucking Just tho same To got a good
crop you must keep tho Buckors well
lopped olt as they consume tho llfo
and substance of tho party and yelld
no satisfactory return.
welcome. Home slater who knew the
key to the old soldier's heart, began
playing on tho organ, "Marching
Through Georgia," and moii the
ladles of the corpi and the
"old boys" were marching, to its
Inspiring notes. It is generally con
ceded ythat that tune will make the
ftVoJ'age.yDjcUoldle'rs.top further, feel
youngerandpub him In better, oon
dftlon'foi any. cmcrgo'noy than any
air over played on American soli. An
houror so wis thus spent Nvhcn supper
wasununwHVwblch all partook, ot
wiin a real ' oui-fasiiioncd soldier's
appetite. We will not atteinptr to
describe tho scono the two lon tables
presented, but will say there was
enough for nil and to spare, and It
was Justsuch a-meal as the W. II. C,
of Hubbard, knows so well kow to pre
pare. It was ncjtr 0 o'clock Ixsfore
"the bo3'3" could" Imj porsuadertto leave
tho banquet room. The exercises
were opened vby a duett; by. Profs.
nale and French. Then came Instal
lation of ofllcers by Past Commander
S. E. Hardcastlc, of Woodburn. Next
came the Installation of the
W. fl. C. officers by Mrs.
S. 31. McCownu, S, V. P. Dep't
of Oregon, who' was ably assisted by
the ladles of General Stevens' corps,
and It must be admitted that they
beat the boys but as next to "old
glory" they are the soldiers' pride,
they were awarded the palms of vic
tory." The officers Installed were:
Pros., Mrs It. ltohni; S. V. P., Mrs.
Marj; Grim; S. V. P., Mrs. Greuber;
Trcas., Miss Alma Grim; Chap., Miss
Jennlcr Dlmlck; Con., Mrs. Otllla Wol
fcr; Asst. Con., Rachel Bylnnd; Guard
Louise Scholl; Asst. Guard, Mrs. Jor
dan;, Sec, Miss ONellle Dlmlck. If
a mere handful of the gray-halrcd,
tottering remnant of that mighty host
that once made the earth trem
ble with their tread can feel so Joyful
when they meet and mingle, what
must the Joy of that meeting be when
we aro mustered again in full ranks
by our Supremo Commander above.
Much interest was lent to the occasion
by Miss Mllly Broullcttc, daughter of
Comrade Broullcttc of Woodburn,
whoso recitation of "The Kldo of
Jenny. McNeal," and tho "Singing
Regiment," caused many of the old
gray haired boys (o notlco that there
was something tho matter with their
eves, which resembled a big tear.
Spaco will not permltus to give credit
in detail to tuoso who ncipeu to maico
this tho most pleasant occasion that
lias fallen to tho lot of the "old boys"
of Gen. Ituslc Post. Tho dialogue by
Profs. French and Halo, addresses by
Comrades nardcastle. Beach and
Gardner were well received.
The Mount Lebanon Shakers have
recently perfected an Ingenious euro
for dyspepsia. Their Digestive Cor
dial consists of a fopdalrcadydigestcd
and.a digester of foods hajplly, combined.
Tho Importance of this invention
j will bo apprcclated-whcn wo realize
wnaui proporuon, oi mo community
nro vlctoms of some fprm' of 'Btom.ftcn
f.rmililn. ThfltiwindB of nale. thlnnco-
wnat tney cio cau causes uiem pain
and distress. k , .
Tliife Dlirestivc -Cordial of the Slink
ers corrects any stomach derangement
at Once. iJ.tfaakes.iliiH' iironlcvpllilnp;
Every one will bo greatly, interested to
read tug nttie oqok wihoii naspcoB
placed'in tlioliands 'of druggf8t8for
What isEaxol? Nothing but Castor
Oil made- as palatable, as noncy.
Threuzk His Nervine Is a Ben
efactor to Thousands."
O. A. R. Fun At Hubbard.
J. B. Dlmlck In tho Woodburn In
dependent; The Joint Installation of tho officers
elect lor the ensuing year of Gen.
Itusk Post, G-A. It,, and W. It. 0.,
took place Friday ovonlng. The
dayprecedlngthoovonlugof the In
stallation was all that could bb de
sired, and cheered tho old 'boys and
their -worthy help3 mates, thoi W R.
O.wlth tho prospect .'jthali foronco
thov would not bo handlcaped with
badweathoras had always been oi!
former occasions. Tho anrnoop
train from the south brought a jolly
delegation from I. I. Stevens' Post
and W. R. 0., of Woodburn, who were
heartily received by their comrades
Fonr out of Ave who
Biental worry, attacks
I of "tho blues." nre but
wy1o2 tho pcmJtypf
early excesses. Vie
time, reolalm your
manhood, regala your
lor. Don't despair. Send for book with
explanation and proofs. Mailed (sealed) free.
EHI E MEDICAL CO., lfftrt,U.
H WIDELY known WUcouain publisher,
who-rctldw 0re wrlt
March 6th, 1895, as followsi
dim... ... irn T haeuaaao nervous that
mental work was a burden. I could not rest
at night pn account ot sleeplessness. Mj
attention was called to Dr. Miles Bestora
tlve Nervine, and commence4 to use It
with the very beat effect. Since then I
have kept a bottle In my house and use It
whenever Btxves bcpsoo unstruns. with
always tbo same good results. My son also
TW Mttaet takes It, for. nervousnois
Dr. mtrco wuu mto seTer faiiinc
Nrvimfi success, A have recom-
11 ui vev mended It to many and
ReStOrCS ltcureatbem. AU who
tt ixi. suBer from nerve
iieaitn troubles should try It.
It Is free from narcotics, pertoctfyjwrm
tees, and yet soothes and strengthen: Dr.
Miles, through bis Nervine U a benefactor
to thousands." A. 0. LEHMAN.
Editor and proprietor of Dxr Lawdbmak.
Dr. Mile' Nervine Is sold Q guarantee
!t,thiniw41 or Mwey s4ed.
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for infants nd Children.
MOTHERS, Do You Know thi rane.
Sstetnan'e Drapt, tiodfrey's Cotdlsl, many so-called Boothlnj Syrups, ornl
most remedies for chttdreu are composed of opium or morphine?
Ho VeH Kmbw that opium and morphine nte stupefyltis narcotic pojonaf
Ho Voh Know that In most countries druggists ore not permitted tosell narcotics
without labeling them poisons J
Io Vom Khbw tliat vou should not permit any medicine to be given yourchlld
Maiess you or your phj-lclan know of what It Is cotupowd I
Ho Vou Know that Castorla 1 a purely vegetable preparation, and that a list of
Ms Ingredients Is published with every bottle 1
" Po Vow Knew that Cnsorla 1 llieprcseilptlou of the faraotu Dr. Samuel rilcher.
hat it has been In use for nearly thirty years, and that more CastorU Is now sold thnit
fall ether remedies for children combined ?
Be Yen Know that the ratent Office Department of the United State, and of
other countries, have issued excltwtve right to Dr. ritchernnd hh nnslgns to ue the word
" Caaterla " and Its formula, and that to Imitate them Is a state prison oflcnue f
Wo You Khbw that one of Uie reasons for granting thU government protection
was because Castoria had been proven to be absolatcly hartulcnttr
Tto Vow Know that 33 average doses of Castorla are furnished for 35
mt0 or one cent a dose r
110 Von Know that when possessedof this perfect preparation, yourchlldrenmay
be kept well, and that j ou may have unbroken rest 1
Well. tllcBe IFilHgft are worth knowing. They are fucts.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla,
.T. C. GOO DALE
C. 0. SCHRAMM
GoodaLe Llimbw Company
1 ' ' ji
mrujr.T nf '
Yard on Twelfth and Trade Streets
Keep tho most complete stock of common, dimension. and finished lumber
In tho clty,inndisell on the most favorablo terms. Lath nnd Shingles,
Our Btock Is made at our own mills, of tho best lumber In tho state.
C. G, SCHRAMM,
TICKETS TO ALL POINTS EAST
,s TBI mm M WE.
Bervlcoand; Scenery- Unequalled
ThrouyJi JPalace and TourlH Sleeper -
Dlninu and Jiitflet Ztb'ravy Cars
Trains leave Portland and Seattle dally (or the East.
Tickets, reservations and bapcage checked to all points.
For comfort In travel take the Great Northern.
BOORTH BROS., Agents.
R. C. STEVENS. Oi W.,I A.. Seattle, Wash.
A, B. C. DENjJJjroC tetters- Vonhnii O,.
VR.I:oa. tv'. vertO preside)
LEADING HOTEL OF THE CITY.
Reduced rates. Management Hberal.7, Elecfric cars leave hotel (or all public baUdlngs
and points oi interest. Special rates will be given to permanent patrons.
A. I. WAGNER
Willamette Truck Co.
Stable at South Commercial St. Bridge.
Bett equipment (or all kluds.o( heavy drayiog and expiess haullngt Teams (ouniar Red
Front Drug Sto eat all times. L. P. RYAN & CO.
-EXCELSIOR - STABLE-
B. C. HANSEN, MANAGER.
! Oftlf good horses tjwd. SatUfictwn guaranteed. Stabla bclco( State . Inturance block
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Salem, - Oregon.
Union Pacific System.
Through Pullman Palace Sleepen. Tourls
Sleepers nml Kieo Reclining Chairs dally
PORTLAND to CBICAQO
Our trains are heated by steam and car
lighted by PlnUch lRht.
Time to Chicago, 3 i 2 days
rime to New York, 4 1-2 days.
Which i many hours quicker thsn com
For rates lime M- and full Information
ttOrSK a BAJRKBlt,
Agents, Silem, Or.
R. W. 11AXTEU, C. D. WINN,
General Agent, Dist. Pass. Agent,
135 Third Street, Portland.
0. R. L N. CO.
E. M'NEILI,, RECEIVER.
TO THK EAST GIVES THE CIIOIC1
Via Spnkane Minneapolis St Paul and Den.
vor Omaha and Kansas Clly. Low rates to
Portland - San Fjancisco.
Steamers leave Alusworlh dock. Portland,
Dec. .tb, 9th, 141I1 loth, 24th, and 29th ot
fare cabin, Sj', steerage, J2.50.
VILLAlFTTE RIVER DIVISION.
Steamers Elmore and Eugene leave Salem
for Eugene and Corvsllis Saturdays, Sundays,
Tuesdays and Thursdays at about c n. m.
Leave for Portland Mondsvs. Tuesday.
Thursdays and Saturdays at 6 a. in.
Lowest freight and passenger rates.
Round-trip tickets vero cheap.
Tickets sold and baggage checked through
to all points without extra transfer charges,
F01 full details call on II0I10 & Parker,
agents, Salem, Oregon, or address.
W. II. HURLUURT.
Gen'l Pas. Agt. Portland, Or.
For full details call on or address
G. M. POWERS,
Foot of Tradest. Local Agent.
WI BMK if
Mj-waxjm- a 11 1 M-J -,-l 1 m ,J
Pullman Sleeping Cars,
Elegant Dlnin Cars.
Tourist Sleeping Cars
To St. Taul, Minneapolis, Duluth, Fargo,
Grand Forks, C'rooktton, Winnipeg,
Helena and Dutte,
To Chicago, Washington, Philadelphia, New
York, Iloton, and all Points
East and South
For Information, time cards, maps and
tickets, call on or wrllo
2C5 Commercial trreet, Salem, Or.
A. D. Charlton, Asst. Gen'l. Pass, Agt.,
Morrison it., comer Third Portland, Or.
Eastern R, R. Company
YAQU1NA BAY ROUTE.
Connecting at Yaaulna Bay with the San
Francisco & Yaqulna Bay Stcamih'p Co.
a t and first-clan In every respect. Sails
from Yaqulna for San Francisco about every
Passenger accommodations unsurpassed .
Shortest route between the Willamette valley
Fare from Albany or polntt west to San
FrancUcoi Cabin, $12; steerage, lth cabin,
round trip, good 60 days, $18.
For sailing dates apply to
H. LWALDEN, Agent.
CHAS. CLARK. Corvallls, Or.
EDWIN STONE. Manager, Ccrvallli. Or.
A. J. CHURCHILL. Local 'Agent. Salem.
E. M. WAITJS POINTING CO.,
K AND M PRINTERS
Push's New Uilek oyer the bank Com'l slreet