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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL,
Jjpgon General Assembly
EThe Nineteenth Session Will
RLL POUTiCAL HEADQUARTERS
)en-A Contest Over Preliminary
Organization of House.
king caucus is dead-dead i
Mitchell Has Not Enough Votes to
Elect Him Senator.
Dunn's commercial report today re-
Iports the highest list of failures In
entire history of our country.
Jut they have not yet heard from
'the last Oregon legislature," which
ex-Speaker Moores, of Salem, says Is
DisilwnvR t,lir wnrst, ."
The city Is full of assembled legis
lators, and the indications are that
the session will be a most exciting
one. The Oregonian crowd, neaaea
by Harvey Scott, Corbett, Simon, et
al., are trying to force a drastic re
form program to Ingratiate them
selves with the taxpayers of the state,
and punish their enemies.
Nearly all the political leaders on
all three sides of the great senatorial
fight, are now In the city. Mitchell
and Simon have headquarters for the
session, at Hotel "Willamette. Mr.
Bourne, the opposition leader, has
rooms In the "Eldrledge block.
(will be called to order at 11 o'clock by
Chief Clerk Ralph Moody of the last
house. A temporary speaker will be
chosen. A committee of five on cre
dentials will be chosen. The house
may not hold a caucus, and elect by
Each house is the Judge of the elec
tion and return of its own members
and as the seat of W. H. Nosier of
! Coos county, elected as a Populist, is
contested, or will be contested, the
preliminary organization of the house
is very important and will probably
cause a struggle for control from the
very outset. The temporary speaker
of the house will name the committee
on credentials and that committee will
report a list of members entitled to
; seats. They may or may not recog
nize Mr. Nosier, as entitled to a seat,
or they may recognize his certificate
: Jor a temporary organization. If as a
matter of fact Mr. Nosier was in the
state less than a year when electod he
cannot hold his seat at all.
The senate will be called to order
at 11:30 by one of the holdover sen
ators, when a temporary organization
will be effected and the committee on
credentials appointed. Tiie senate
will then adjourn to 2 p. m. to elect
the caucus nominees.
The caucus is a thing of the past.
The day when a majority of a major
ity can rule the whole is no more,
No self-respecting Republicans will
permit fifteen members of this legis
ature to dictate a elate for them.
There are 50 Republicans in Joint
ballot. Twenty-nine of these in a
caucus would dlcatatea nomination
and election if caucus rule Is to ob
tain. But It is apparent that King
Caucus must encounter too many "Ifs
Last evening n wager was made be
tween a Populist and a Republican on
Mitchell's chances for the senate.
The Pop bet he would not get over 25
on the first ballot, while the Rep.
b3t he would get 39 votes. The one
who missed it the farthest was to set
up the soda.t The Republican was not
a member, but a man who knows the
inside. And still the chequers cry
be elected on the
With the Statesman It used to be
the "Little Sawed-Off Poo-Bab" Dock
Smith, but now it Is the "Little
nercules," of the Marlon county dele
gation. Before the session Is ended,
it will probably reverse titles again.
Dr. Smith was never In favor with
the Statesman crowd. But the States
has fallen under the Influence of Hon.
Sol. Hirsch, and is "ferninst" Jo.
Simon, and so Is "Little" Dock.
Hon. II, L. Barkley has a number
f bills framed for introduction at the
first session of the house, Monday.
His name is first on the roll call and
his first bill will be a reform measure,
but it is not yet decided what It will
be. He has a bill picpared to require
all assessors to tax railroads' at $10,-
000 a mile.or Its true cash value If less.
The crop of candidates for minor
oillces were never so late a crop in ap
pearing as this year. The uncertain
ity of things in the lower house chokes
off and keeps back -the regular stock
candidates on the Republican side
and the Indications -are Bourne will
go in for speaker with a whoop, and
all elements will be recognized. Mr.
Bourne's friends dcclarchc Is certain
to be the next speaker.
His friends will not go into caucus
onSpeaker or otherllouseofllcers.They
recognize that Mr. Bourne is a thor
oughly competent parliamentarian
and organizer and a House organized
by Mr. Bourne will be more than a
match for the sham reformers who
ran the Senate two years ago.
At 2:30 the People's Party members
went into conference In a room In the
basement of the state house. This
was called by their leader, Hon. "VV. S.
U'Ren.-of Clackamas county. The
Populist leaders seem opposed to unit
ing their political fortunes with the
Democrats and Silver Republicans on
senator or legislation but will arrange
their own party program.
Washington, Jan. 9. Tho secre
tary of the treasury has receivea a tele
gram from the collector of customs at
Jacksonville, Fla., stating that the
suspected filibuster Dauntless has
Information for Persons Receiving Copies
of This Issue.
The Journal has in tho past? year
gained a state circulation. It is the
only paper in Oregon besides the Or
egonian that Is taken in every part of
the state as the postoflice records
show. You are asked to circulate it;
1. It is a clean paper.
2. It is an independent paper.
3. It is an opposition paper. It op
poses corrupt politics, corrupt methods
and corrupt men In all parties.
It supports aggressively the GOOD
it finds in public and private life and
in all parties. It attacks the evil
wherever it finds it.
The Journul advocates old
fasnloucd honesty and Jeffersonlon
simplicity. It don't know tho mean
ing of compromise of principle. It is
always on the side of the people as
against the aggressions of power that
tend to destroy freedom and equal
Exposure to Disease
Does not necessarily mean the con
traction of diseaae provided the sys
tem is in a vigorous condition, with
the blood pure and all the organs in
healthy actlon.When In such a con
bition contagion Is readily resisted
and the disease germscan find no lodg
ment Hood's Sarsaparill Is the beet
medicine to build up the system be
cause It makes pure, rich blood, and
pure blood Is the basis of good health,
In cold weather It Is especially necess
ary to keep up the health tone be
cause tiie body s subject to greater
exposure and more liable to disease.
Hood's Sarcaprilla Is the safeguard of
from Pohle's old stand, to two doors
west of the engine house. We will be
pleased to meet all our customers at
6aid stand, where we will be prepared
to do general repairing ana horse
shoeing. 1 51m Glover & Pcaii.
that "Mitchell will
SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY JA:NTJAItY 9, 18J)T.
Bold Hold-Up in Chicago
Cashier Campbell to Fork
Chicago. Jan. 9. Two armed rob
bers entered the buffet or the Audi
torium hotel at $1:30 this morning,
while twelve people were sitting at
the table, covered the cashier, D.
Walsh, with their weapons, seized
$100 which he hud just deposited in a
tin box, and then escaped.
The men entered the buffet from
the door In the unnex. They were
well dressed, and created no suspicion
until they drew their revolvers. Cash
ier Walsh had counted oat the money
and deposited it in the box when one
of -the robbers said: "Cry for help
and you're a dead man."
Ills companion seized the cash and
botli backed out of the door with
drawn weapons. They ran-into Lake
Front Park and the police could find
no trace of them.
The annex Is one of the most promi
nent hotels in Chicago, and is located
in the heart of the city.
Lady Scott Goes to Jail.
London, Jan. 9. Lady ""Sellna
Scott, mother in-law of Earl Russell,
who through her counsel pleaded
guilty yesterday to criminally libeling
his lordship in conjunction with John
Cockerton and William Aylott, was
sentenced this morning to eight
months' imprisonment without hard
labor. Cockerton and Aylott received
Lady Scott, aocompanled by her
daughter, Countess Russell, catered
the courtroom early. They walked
up and down the corridors,the daugh
ter having an arm around her
mother's waist Both ladles wcro
painfully nervous, Lady Scott was
heard to remark:
going to prison,
"I did not dread
but I feel the in
tho way I have been
Chico, Cal., Jan. 9. Word has been
received in this city of a supposed
murder and robbery at Butte creek,
seven miles from here.
George Wolfe, teamster, left Chlco
Wednesday night for Magallla, 18
miles irom this city. Late that night
pistol shots were heard by the people
near Butte creek bridge. Parties who
went to the scene of the shooting
found Wolf's pistol in the road with
two chambers embty and numerous
articles of merchandise scattered
about. His team was found further
up the road with the driver missing.
Parties were out all night searching
for the missing man, but up to the
present time, nothing has been seen
When Wolfo left Chlco he is sup
posed to have had about $1,500 In his
possession. Wolf had been showing)
his money freely, and It is thought
that he was murdered and robbed.
Catarch Cannot Be Cured
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, JJas they
cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh
is a blood constitutional disease and in orde.
so cure it you must take internal remedies!
Hall's Catarrh Cure is takeninternally and
acts directly upon the blood and mucous o
faces. HalPr Catarrh Cure is not a quack
medicine. It was prescribed by one of the
best physicians in this country for years, and
is a regular prescription It is composed of
the best tonics known, combined with the
best blood purifier, acting directly upon th
mucous surfaces. The perfect combination
of the two ingredients is what pro luces such
wonderful results in curing Catarrh. Send for
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
EPSold by all druecUts.
The undersigned have this day dis
solved their co-partnership by mutual
consent. All accounts will be settled
at once by cither of the old firm, J.
C. Goodale will continue the lumber
business at the old stand hereafter.
J. C, Goodale,
The Btudents of U. of O. contem
plate a monthly college paper.
tutu- SJ ,
A Continued Slaughtering,
Spaniards Shoot Down Pacificos iti
Plot Against Wcyler. i
New York, J an.9.--Dispatch to tho
World from Havana, says:
An Intrigue is on foot here against
General Weyler, as there was a year
ago an Intrigue against General Oan
pos, and that fine old gentleman was
compelled to retire from Cuba. The
leaders of the union constitutional
party (Spanish conservatives) whose
policy has always been of rule or ruin,
finding that General Campos was dis
posed to recognize others than them
selves, plotted against him In Spain
as well as in Cuba and he was forced
Already some of the men who led
the movement against Campos are en
gaged in the same kind of plotting
against General Weyler. There are
unmistakable indications that Wey
ler's official term will soon end. Pri
vate Intelligence shows that a crisis
may bo precipitated any day.
New York, Jan. 0. A Key West
dispatch to the World says: Evidences
of awful butcheries at Guanabacoa
accumulate dally. Advices from
Havana report that a great pit filled
with corpses and human fragments
was discoyercd Monday in a canefleld,
not more than a mile from that place.
A careful investigation revealed at
least twenty whole bodies and many
more legs and arms, other parts of tho
dismembered bodies being missing.
Of the bodies remaining entire, four
were those of women, three of young
misses, one of a girl not more than 10
years old, four of boys and tha rest fef
men Permission to bury the remains
was brutally refused, with a threat
that if the slaughter was complained
of many more would be added to what
the Spanish officials called the"Cuban
dirt" pile. The edict refusing per
mission to remove furniture and other
things unless asked for twenty-four
hours previously taken advantage of-by
the Spanish soldiers to wreck build
ings and revile and insult, If not kill,
persons suspected of Cuban lernlngs.
Some families in the poorer sections
of tho city, who did.not know of tho
edict, started to move Sunday night.
After they had loaded their furniture
on wagons the police and soldiers fired
on them, killing eight persons, Includ
ding several innocent passers-by. In
the official report it was stated that
the troops had been attacked and sev
eral rebel had been killed.
A girls' school near the center of the
town was entered by toops one day
last week and tho principal, an elderly
Cuban-born woman' very prominent,
was compelled to kneel to the officers
in command and beg pardon for using
transalations of textbooks printed In
the United States. The girl pupils
were Insulted and rudely treated until
the school was broken up In disorder.
A complaint U the commandant only
excited laughter that "such a little
thing should be complained of."
navanna Is much agitated by ru
mors of victory by Gomez' troops, of
the successful crossing of the trocha
into PInar del Rio, and of several
roust of Spanish troops. General
Weyler Is execrated on every hand,
but on account of the severe censor
shlpof'Weyler's system of Bpios,no one
dares say a word aloud Every one
thinks his neighbor Is a spy and little
can bo learned from anyone Spies by
the hundred attend the open air con
certs, and the leabt dissatisfaction ex-
peressed is used as a pretcx and the
victim Is thrust Into Cubana or
Morro castle, most likely never to bo
seen again by friends or kindred
Scarcely a night passes but from ten
to twenty persons disappear, and
everyone knows what that means
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The lllihee Club Reception.
Review of Salem Events of the
The past week lias been very llvlcy
at Salem, although dancing seems
going out of vogue. Soveral excellent
theatre companies entertained tho
public and more are in store the
coming week. Tho assomblago of tho
legislature, and the gathering of the
lobby will make Salem a centarl point
of Interest ,to all tho people of tho
flic members of tho Illlhec club
and their ladles united in tendering a
reception to the president of the club
and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Phil
Metschan, on Friday evening at the
elegant room of tho club f rom 8 to 12
p. m. Tho affair was carried out in
a most successful manner and Mrs. D.
A. Paine, on the right, and Major and
Mrs. Frank Hodgkln, on the left of
tho honored guests, received tho hun
dred or more friends, who were pres
ent In hononof Mr. and Mrs. Metschan,
The rooms wero comfortably filled,
and plain lemonade and iced claret
were served in the buffet, while bil
liards and bowls entertained thoso
who wanted to play. An orchestra
was stationed In the reception
room. Tho following were present.
Mr. and Mrs. Phil. Metschan, Mr. and
Mrd. R. S. Bean, Mr. and Mrs. Win.
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Hal. Patton, Mr.
and Mrs.F. R,Anson,Mr.and Mrs.C.D.
Gabrielson, Mr. and Mrs.E. Ilofer, Mr.
and Mrs. W. T. Gray, Mr. and Mrs.
Georgo Bingham, Mr. and Mrs. E. M.
Lafore,Mr. nnd Mrs.S. Farrar, Mr. and
Mrs. I. L. Patterson, Mr. and Mrs.
Claud Gatch, Dr. and Mrs. D. A.
Paine, Dr. and Mrs. W. T. "ft illiamson,
Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Contris. Mr. and
Mrs. J. J.Murphy, Mr.and Mrs.Wolver
ton, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Rogers, Mr.
and Mrs. John Albert, Dr. and Mrs.
R. Cartwrlght, Mr. and Mrs. John
Carson, Mr. and Mrs. F.nodgkln,Mr.
and Mrs. W. II. Leeds, Mr. and Mrs.
A N. Moores, Mr. and Mrs. John
Wright, Mrs. Dolman, of Seattle, Mrs.
Rudolph iPrael, of Portland, Mrs.
Mayer, of Seattle, Mrs. Henry Myers,
Miss Rowland, Miss Metschan, Miss
Julia Metschan, Miss Breyman, Miss
JessloBreyman, Miss Florcnco Mc
Klnncy, Miss Georgia Gllt.uer, Miss
Forstner, Miss Levy, Miss Hortenso
Levy, Miss Lou Hirsch, Miss Mao
Carpenter, Miss Florence Contris, Dr.
W. n. Byrd, Senator Johnson, of Scio,
Otto Wilson, F. K. Lovell, PaulSroat
F. S. Dearborn, Representative How
ser, P. II. D'Arcy, Dr. L. F. Griffith,
C. B. Moores, Judge F. A. Moore, Dr.
W. B. Morse, John Mlnto, Ed. Gilt-
ner, A. Dilley, John Rowland, Phil.
Motschan, Jr., A. Klein, T. C. Smith,
Jr., Mayor J. A. Richardson, Repre
sentative O. C. Emery,
Tho subject debated by the W. U.
Philodorlan society last night was:
"Resolved that tho United States
should Intervene, by rorce, it neces
sary, In behalf of the Armenians."
Tho leaders were: Floyd Field, for
the affirmative, and C. J. Atwood for
the negative. The decision was In
favor of the negative. The subject to
be debated next Friday evening Is
"Resolved that capital punishment
should be abolished." Carl Morris
will lead the affirmative and W. J
Shephurd will conduct the negative.
At tho regular meeting of tho Y. M.
C. A. debating and literary society
officers for the ensuing year wcro
elected as follows: John M. Reynolds,
president; Jos. A. Albert, vice-president:
John McCourt, secretary; A.
P. Burton, treasurer; Fred Lockley,
jr., censor; Max O. Buren,sergant-at-arms.
Tho debate "Resolved that
the annexation of Canada would bo
beneficial to the United States" was
decided ln favor of the affirmative.
Tho society has chosen the same sub
ject for debate next Friday night as
tho W. U. boys, that of abolishing of
Mt Jlood iCoundl "No. 1588 Royal
Arcanum, on Thursday evening In
stalled officers for the ensuing term
as follows: G. Steincr, past regent;
Oswald West, . vice-regent; F. W.
Waters, secretary; R. D. Allen, treas
urer; David Steincr, chaplain; J. B.
Glesy, orator; E, E. Porter, guide: T.
K. Ford, warden; A. Klein, sentry;
U. Ktelner, trustee.
On IMonduy night occurred the
annual Installation of officers for
Sedgwick Post, No. 10 G. A. R. The
new officers who were Installed by
Major D. C. Sherman are as follows:
Commander, J. II. Smith; senior vice
commander, E. lv. Hall; quarter
master, G. W. Grannis; surgeon, J. B.
Ferguson; officer of the day, II. I.
Brown; officer of tho guard, S. B.
Watklns: adjutant, J. M. Pugh.
w. . c. OFFICERS
The officers af tho W. R. C , No. 1,
were also ushered Into their respective
oillces Monday evening. Tho Instal
lation exercises wero of a public
nature and wcro conducted by Mrs.
Lizzie Smith. The officers Installed
are as follows: President, Mrs. Lizzie
Ross; senior vice, Miss Jcnnio Fergu
son; junior vice, Mrs. Mary Bradshaw;
treasurer, Mrs. Lucretla Burton; sec
rotary, Mrs. Annie Matthows; chap
lain, Mrs. Mary Baker; conductor,
Miss Ida M. Bennett; assistant con
ductor, Mrs. Crossan; guard, Mrs.
Mary Holcomb; assistant guard, Miss
Fell. The installation was public
nnd tho hall was tilled by old com
rades and their friends. The services
passed off pleasantly, the ladles as
usual carrying off the palm for neat
WOODMEN OF THE WOULD.
On next Friday evening there will
be a grand open meeting of the Wood
men of tiie World at Reed's opera
house. Rev. W.C.Kautncr will bo the
orator of the occasion. There will be
addresses by Associate Justice R. S.
Bean of the supremo court and by Pre
sident W. C. Hawley of Willamette
University. There w 11 bo also, a mu
NEW K. OF l. OEFICEUS.
Tucuday evening Deputy District
Grand Chancellor Knox inducted the
newly-elected officers of Central Lodge
No. 18 K. of P. into tholr respective
chairs as follows: W. J. Lchman,chan
cellor commander: F. T. Wrlghtman,
vice chancellor; Charles Murphy, pre
late; C. B. Updcgraff,kecperof records
and seal;Stcphcn McFadden, master of
finance; A. It. Linn, master of exche
quer; R. D Gilbert master of arms;C.
D. Gabrielson, master of work;M. Wip-rut,lnsldcguardlan;II.A.Johnson,out-slde
WITH THE ODD FELLOWS.
Chemckcta Lodge, No. 1,1. O. O.F.,
at a regular meeting Wednesday
night Installed its officers for the
term ending Juno itOth. District
Deputy Grand Master W. J. Culver
assisted by Acting Grand Marshall
A. O. Condit, conducted the installa
tion and inducted the following
officers into their respective positions:
W. M. Selgmund, noble grand; N.
Poulson, vice grand; Tlios. II. Rey
nolds, recording secretary; O. O. Wor
rick, permanent secretary; J. G.
Wright, treasurer; E. M. Savage,
warden; A. C. Dilley, conductor; E.
G. White, outside guardian: Thos. n.
Roynolds, Insido guardian; T. O.
Barker, right supporter noblo grand;
P. K. Fretz, left supporter: L. V.
Ehlen, right supporter vice grand;
Ed Keene, left supporter.
A. O. U". W. INSTALLATION.
At the regular meeting of Protec
tion Lodge, No. 2, A. O. U. W. on
Wednesduy evening occurred tho in
stallatlon of officers, as follows:
J. S. Pcnnebaker, past master work
man; George C. Will, master work
man; E. II. Flagg, foreman; J. W.
Carr, overseer; Frank Davcy, recorder;
II. II. Ragan, financier; John Molr,
receiver; Frank Willman, guide; J.
W. Wilson, outside watchman.
Tho members of tho lodge attended
tho funeral of Martin Rowley as a
tribute of respect to a highly re
spected member. A company of Work
men will leave Salem this evening on
a fraternal visit to Auinsyllle Lodge,
No. 00, the occasion being u public
Installation of officers.
The ladles auxllary of tho Y. M.
O. A. held a business meeting In the
parlors of tee association Tuesday
afternoon officers for the ensuing
year were electod as follows: pres
ident, Mrs. R. S. Wullace; vice pres
ident. Mrs. John Savage, Jr; secretary
Mrs. E. J. Swafford; treasurer, Miss
Alico Kirk. The auxllary proposes
to take up the study of Oregon, In tho
perusal of which a cordial welcomols
extended to all ladies.
A HAPPY AFFAIR.
On last Saturday evening Mr. and
Mrs. Cha8. Riley gave a party at tholr
Highest of all in Leavoning Power.
home corner of Chemcketa and High
streets, in honor of Miss Ella Fcnnell,
of Independence. Music, cards and a
book-gucsslng contest afforded pleas
and entertainment. An elegant
luncheon was served at a seasonable
hour. Miss Alma Wagner was the
recipient of tho first prize for guess
ing the greatest number of volumes
In a library and the "booby" went to
Mr. Leon Tobrlncr. Those partic
ipating In the enjoyable affair were
Misses Alma Wagner, Gertie Hirsch,
Claudia Gilbert, Leon Hirsch, Rctta
Savage, Ella Fcnnell and Messrs,
Harry Thompson, Paul "Vandcrsol,
North Cherrlngtou, Boyd Richardson
and Rocky Hdogkin
Last Friday evening Miss Minnie
Sherman was the recipient or a pleas
ant surprise at the hands of a company
or her young friends. The Sherman
home on Prospect avenue Was turned
turned over to the young folks for
the evening and a delightful time was
hud. At a late hour refreshments
were served and tho young folks dls
Rersed to their various homes. Fol
lowing were. those present: Misses
Minnie Sherman, Winnie Rlgdon.
Josic Chase, Connie Holland; Cora
Blosscr, Bessie Pugh, Iris nanna,
Annie Burton, Jessie Wain, Alma
Pohle, and Masters Warren Pohle,
Itoy Burton, Rocky Hodgkln, Ray
Matson, Ralph Matson, Mycr Hirsch,
Fred McAntire, Leslie and Condon
THE SALEM ItEBEKAHS.
Salem Rcbekah lodge No. 1, 1. O. O.
F., installed Its officers for tho ensu
ing term at a meeting held In tho
Odd Fellows' hall, Monday night.
District Deputy Grand Master Mrs. J.
X. Ryan wus the Installing officer.and
the new olllcors arc: Mrs. Ella Glenn,
noble grand; Mrs. Josle Vass, vice
grand; Mrs. Sarah Hutton, recording
secretary; Mrs. Jcnnio Ilutchlns,
financial secretary; Mrs.Lllllo Brown,
treasurer; John Chase, right supporter
of noblo grand; Mrs. Sarah Gerowe,
lert supporter; Mrs. Mary Parmenter,
right supporter vice grand; Mrs. Ruby
Chase, lert supporter; Mrs. Mary
Maurer, conductor; Mrs. Edna Hol
land, warden; Mrs. C. L. Toovs, Inside
guardian: Mrs, W. Holmes, outside
LECTURE ON THE PYRAMIDS.
The course of free lectures at Wil
lamette University will be resumed
after the holidays. Professor Fred
eric S. Dunn will lecture on"The Pyr
amids of Egypt," next Wednesday
evening, January JO, at 8 o'clock, in
tho University chapel. This lecture
Is intended to bo the first of a scries
on tho"Soven Wonders of the World."
Tho public is cordially Invited to at
tend. THE GREATEST COMBINE.
Thrice a Week New York World, Weekly
Cincinnati Inquirer and Weekly Journal
for $a a Year.
Do you want tho Free Silver Cin
cinnati Inquirer and Weekly Capi
tal Jouiinal? Our club rate la $1.40
Do you want a gold standard paper
f with The Journal? Then take tho
Thrlcc-a-Week N. Y. World. Our
club rato Is $1.75 for both.
Three papers for $2. The Weekly
Journal, weekly Inquirer and Tri
weekly World an eastern, mlddlo
state and western paper 552 pages a
year for $2.
Addrpis Journal office, Salem, Or.
You Can Be Well
When your blood Is pure, rich and
nourishing for nerves and muscle.
Tho blood Is the vital fiuld, und when
It Is poor, thin nnd impure you must
either suffer or you will full a victim
to siiuuen changes exposure, or over
work. Keep your blood pure with
Hood's Sursupurllla and bo well.
Sill; assist digestion, euro headache
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
In addition to tho three torpedo
Iwats u contract hits just been let for
a light ship. This contract was
awarded to Wolf & Zwicker, of Tort
land Latest U. a. Gov't Report.