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DAILY- CAPITAL JOURNAL.
BY HOH-H3R BltOTHltHa
WEDNESDAY, MAY HI, 181)0.
Dully, OnoVcnr $3.00, la Advance
Daily, Tout MonUin 91 00, Uf Advnnoo.
Weekly, Ouo Year $1.00, in Advnuoo
Tlio cool Hjrhi Iiiih kept u damper mi
thu rovlviil of biiHlncuM. Hut tint fugn mid
mlittH will rine tuul u tlorioiiH liiirvtint of
LTrtln, liuy, hoim and fruit will caiine u
foiHon of (treat IiuhIiiuh!! nativity tutor
on. Tlio cro))H imiHt ho handled. The
earth will produce. People will i'oii
mime. Tliuro In bound to Ixi htiHlmmi
tlmt imiHt 1h) done. Ho lot tlio donpalr
Ing tnko heart. It Ih not nil uIimhIh uiid
Tlio national ciiHtom of ohnerviiiK May
30, aH a memorable day for thone vho
full in tlio Kraut HtrnyKto of tlio hIxIIuh
wnH thirty yearn old yiwtonlny. It wuh in
1800 tlmt CloiioriilJohn A. I-okiiii, thou
coininiiiider-ln-Clilof of tlio Grand Army
of thu Republic, imuoiiiiticd May 110, iim
thu day on whiuh thu Kruvtw of wlillern
hIiouIiI Ih) decorated with flowem and
IliiKH, lloforo thun HoworH wont placed
of both north and nuutli at dlffurunt
ilntOH dnrliiK'tho Kprlilirljiit- a y,miurul
ob&ervunco df nV Hoollje day for honor
ing tlio memory of thu dead wuh not
known until thu fainoiiH Illlimln mddlor
iwniud IiIh order munlntr May .'10.
For thu Hrnt tlmo In the long period
ulneo tlio elom) of tlio Civil War, (ho
graven of American fold in rn and mdlorn
who fell in another war were decorated.
One year ago the war with Hmln wuh at
itn height. Tlio lmttle of Manila hail
been fought and won, hut thero hud
been no Aiuerieau Iokh of life in actual
hoHtlllticH excepting tho heroin deatliH
of KuhIkh HaKloy and bin four coinrmloH
on the torpctlo-lxmt Window.
Memorial daMHH obmirved with the
UHiial iterentonhw at Suluin. Tho jhio
of Oregon limy have mIiim to iinnwer fur,
hut It eannot ho mild that thoy are
not uit riot iu to tho core and prtiHired
to dhow It on alt ociHWIiiiih. When the
volunteer)) comu homo from Manila
tliuro will bo huuIi demount rutinim uh
thu tttato Iiiih nuver vtltiiuMeil, if
they were to drop iu one or two
or half a dozen at a time not much no
tice would be taken hut when tie Itug
imeut VouieM, wo hIiiiII umku up for it
and rejoice by whohwale, for the hk
imeut ih a whole Iiiih crowned our
Htatu with irlory.
In tho center of the hlrttorie huttlollahl
of (!ottyhurj and on the very nmt
where President I.lnetilu delivered bin
immortal iiddrutM rtipnwuntutlve elt
Uoim of north and width, eaNt and
wont joined In doing lHtnor to thu
patriotic dead. Suvurol tliuiimmd jwo
pie withered on the Held and In tho vl
ijulty of the graudtitHud whoivon wun
Knthcrod a dhitiiiiiiUhcd i"iiniiuiy, j
Ns Torture Equal to the
Itching and Burning of
TMs Fiirful Diseasa.
.... . . . t,on humor In thu blood of tsrrlblo
Kcxema which is mora than skin-deep, and n not be reached by local appli
cations of ointments, salves, etc , applied to the surface. Tho dlseaso Itself,
ino reai cause 01 mo irouuie, is m ma mood, although all suffering Is produoed
through tho skin j the only way to reaeh tho disease, thrfor, Is through
Mr. 1'hll T. Jones, of MixersTllte, :
"I had hesema thirty jrcars, and after a great deal
of treatment my lug was so raw and soro that It gave ma
constant pain. It finally broke Into a running soro, and
began to spread and grow worse. For tho past Ave or
sJz. j ear I have suffered untold agony and had given up
all hope of ever being free from tlio disease, as I havo
feotn treated by some of tho best physicians and havo
taken many blood medloines, all In vain. With little
lalth left l began to take 8. 8. 8., and It apparently
mi6 tko Ecseuia worse, but I knew that this was the
war tfe remedy got rid of tho poison. Continuing
f . $, M- tho sore healed up entirely, the skin became
4er and smooth, and I was cured perfectly .'
Xetttnia ) an obstinate disease and can koi be cured by a routed? whio Is
Uyak!c. Swift's Bpeolflo
S. 8. 8. FOR THE BLOOD
fci Mipesrtar to other blood remedies bausa it cures diseases waJek they 0n
o MMk, It goes to the iKitlom to tho cause of the disease aad will euro
Ms wore c of Kotoma, no matter what other treatment has failed. It is
-k only blood rmdy guaranteed to be ffreo from potash, xnereury or aov
jajHnr nalaeral, ami never fails to euro Eeseraa, Scrofula, Oontaglous JBlood
isoa, Cancer, Tetter, Ithoumatlsw. Open Bores, Uloers, Kolls, ete, .Insist
i H, ", rwititiH ea tako its place. v
Bomm oa tkei dfeeftsea will bo mailed free to any address by Swift Sf
eM wsBfsny, ANWts, ueorgia.
For thk Week
bended by Gen. Dun Blekhm, of New
York, General Ihitterfleld, who wuh
chief of whiff for General Meade, and
Qenural I)iigHtruut,' ruproBOiiUiig the
Confederate army. Tho uxoreiooH em
braced a number of addrewoH, jkhjimh,
Hinging by a quartet and the ctiHtomary
reading of orderH. The Htlrringad
droHB of I). I). WoodmaiiHeo, of Cin
cinnati, wuh llHteiied to attentively by
tho viihI audience 'and prolonged up
platiHO greeted bin. ruferonceH to the
idiHcnco of HcctlouuliHiu ami the hud
conful outcome of the wnr with
Kulem Iiiih an untimml numlHir of
Htlrring local ovoutH ahead. Tliom will
be the annual condtictorH' exctirHlon,
lutercolleglato Hold day, I'otirtli of July,
the editorial convention viNttorH, tlio
Htato fair, tho ntate horticultural con
vention ami a great uumlier of minor
eventri to he thrown in between. The
lniiortaiito of the capital elty In grow
ing In IIiIh nwpect. Fortunately Kalem
him an oxuellent array of public Hpirited
men who are working liannonloiiHly for
tho develoiment of tlio city along right
iluoH. The city government Ih In pro
griwHlvo liaiidH that will proHorvu Uh
reputation for llnauelal honor and cor
imratlon Hiiuity. The mayor and re
corder are being given loyal nutort of
tlio Intelligent eitleiiMhlp.
The Ohio Valley llimutiillie I.uugue,
which Ih probably the I argent and iiionI
Inllucntlal blmetiilllc organization iu
the country, Ih In kihhIoii at I-oiiIhvIIIo,
Ky, U'illlum J. Ilryuii Ih the central
llgure at the conference and it Ih iiIko
expected that niHiiy other well-known
free Hllvur advooatiwi will Ih In uttwnd
auee when the (tethering in ciiIIihI to
order. The convention will be iu hoh
hIoii lb roe diiyH and will probably dovote
itt efforlH maiiily toward the formation
of a plan to lie proHunted to thu Na
tlonol Klmutiillie l-eaguo and to thu jhki
pluof tho eouiitryilookiug to tho neeur
lug of the free coinage of ntlvor at a
ratio of 1(1 to I.
The iMlitorJtil rev ow ill a dully iiowh-
iKiper ruiniireHlhat the reader he kept iu
touch, locally and unlverwdly, with tlm
current eventn and the Inlhientlul forctH
that mold iptcloty and niaku bintoiy of
all of which ho Ih a ixirt. Tliu true local
neWHjKiper brletly revIewH all that can go
to make a reader a well-informed citi
ten of thu world iu which he or alio
liven. That in the grooto! ambition oj
Taxwyor, wlien you kick at high taxiw
hi thiH county, remember one of the Ito
nuhlUmu Stale Central ijommittee wiys
ilWKfvim Heut at Salem on tho laid June
uliM'tlou day. What wuh It paid for A
ureal deal mere Imd been HDcnl ill the
two inentbn eaiujielgn priceling that
other lteHlblluaiw May Chuirmau lluu
d licks Ihim nut accounted for. Where
did It utvme from? It wine out of thu
public trwwury. How lung will you
utand UiUduulJe bunlenf ('en you re
lieve it by Hiitiii( In a DemiKTHtle or
l'opuht machine In place of thu ltupub-
Not mueh attention Is often pld to tho
tint s-rmptms of Koiema, but It Is not long
boturo tho little redness begins to itoh and
burn. This Is but tho beginning, and will
lead to suffering and torture almost unen
durable. It is a common mistake to regard
roughness and redness of the skin as
merely a local irritatien: It Is but an Indlca-
, Ind .writes!
llcan machine? "tVIIl you not get a little
JirogreHB through your head and realize
tlmt when you help elect the candidate
of o machine in city, county, state or
national affairs, you must be taxed to
grease tho machine? Da you not see
that tho moro you reduce salaries and
Iorqul8itefl of the machine official, the
moro you drive him to rob you in other
ways? Meral: Elect only indeiromlcnt
men who do not have to ntand In Or
Hteal to live while in ollico.
JOUUNAL X RAYS,
Uncle Ham to the real of tho world
nncnt tho inlands of the Atlantic ami
I'aclflc: "No troflpaHIng.alIowed."
Great Scott I wncn't that a cordial re
ception Tom Tongue got In Hiilom Mon
day? Not even his manager hero to
Wo might uh WOII admit It. Wo am
all trying to get to bo- millioualroH, and
kicking at our nllm chunccH under .the
preHcnt prevailing proHporlty.
Indian War VeteraiiH will get their
four million dollar depredatioiiH claliim
throueh eongroHH when they learn to
vote uh they tjhot from under cover.
How long will the Yuqiilna buy peo
ple continue to elect cnngrcHHinou who
can improve every harlwr on the coast
but the one that competes with the
Vanderbilt transcontinental railroad
The CorvalliH Now I)iHH)iimitlon advo
rates socialism as the cure-all. Social
Ism is a recognition of tho boils on tho
body iiolltic. Query; Ih the recognition
of IxiIIh a nieatiH of salvation?
Kulem newspuper n:.s are not at outs.
Thu public press of this city Ih working
harmoniously for thu development of
this city and the promotion of its wel
fare. Tho cinch spirit Is fortunately
very limited Iu its influence.
Hon. Titos. II. Tongue reports the
sale of a pair of borr-us from his farm to
Gov-Oeer. Thu eovornor has como to
the conclusion that there Is more pleas
tire In driving a line team than propel I
iuga bicycle, over the Waldo Hills.
That was a brilliant Memorial day
manager. With four newspapers iu
town, three of which are taken by ulmut
throe-fourths of all the ixmplo, tho mali
nger (who is on the editorial staff rif one
paper) managed It h that wtlio other
three did not get the program. Three
fourths of (lie people nuver saw thu pro
gram of the day.
When the city of Kulem ami Marion
county go on a ciihIi basis and stop pay
ing interest on all public expenditures
taxes may Ih lowered but not before.
Kueb Is the spirit hi Kalum that it was
lniOflhlo to organize a promt associa
tion to u r.iin go for a reception to thu na
tloiiulcditnrial association. Kalem news
iaHir men are decidedly at outs. Al
That was a runiuik ibly h ippy thought
by llryau at Ht. Louis, when he told
the story ofiiu actor who hud recently
visited NohrasKa, and who, on learning
from a Itepubllcan that confidence hud
been restored, remarked that he had
examined Webster's Dictionary to learn
what confidence meant and found confi
dence defined as 'Hrust," and thun he
iiuderstiMMl tlmt confidence had been
in answer to theiiuostlou, nuked by
TiihCacitai. Jmui.v.u., 'Ms it true that
woman Is thu highest iu the ascending
order of creation," Kdltor l-nwrojioo, of
tho C(iulllu llulletlu, "ehipi iu" and
Insinuates that opinions differ. He says:
"It deituudsl yes, it depends oh
whether the editor is a married man or
not." Now wo wonder where he gets
his authority? Drain Watchman (cd
lied by Miss I.nura KllsalHtth Jones.)
Iu iHmiuieutiug Usin
('hump Clark's spem'b
It was onlv because larue nuinbers
of Mr. Clsik's party iilued soiiiethlue
more hiuhlv than olUitw. that Hrvan
and llryaulsm wemiUifeetisl In 18l'().'
This Is nu open confession that tlm
presiideuey was Uaight for McKinley iu
.IStHi. IKkw any one deny that thous
ands of otes wore Ueight and Kild for
In Ongou in Xnvemtior 18t)tl? lkenauy
one deny that ti-aiuloads and IxnUjeeds
of voters were IuiuUhI ip ami dow.n thu'
state and voted at hi much a head? Iu
u state wlwro there are Hixttml thouiMiul
i iters for eate, the eoile can get its
fxrms by dh tiling up into several differ
ent reform jwrtle Iu a Ihm-ii.
The following poem U IwimImI iu by
Jus. M. Kyle, a (rkuul of the author.
I'nif. Sarehet, of Ohie:
mhun Hmm onuHs hum it
'liii 1W mmm Ihmh, tM kum will rwtr,
A I it llMlllMOtU U4 H)lU m Ul UlM lk ,
Willi tliiHHlnc mu now. ton .mwi Uiamm Uwa
Wind lhMjr tun ItlNIMO IH
Tt Has will My w.t ih ti.'W Mill rlu,
1 tin IriiiOt will r-Uy met i)m i-htUntM lu.
A iuuwM Uy lb liil wf p ihk,
W Uittx DHt) omtHft uWe sVh.
Wlii'ii 1).imo jmmtt Imw. lih yr i'll(rt
Aiul Hit IraHtpuftHu urtll tktkii'wt iw4.
WbMI IKlJ 4IMM UtMW tUi
A Uvnt (Wt will kt e4.
Veiv nilltHni4tnM wilt Imw k Ife Uw I
Atl VuU f ismIm vrtll ltia lot uU,
'Uh tMw)- whu4 Iumm m'
Wtuii 1) ivrj ivuim hum. )t. bw yi,
We II nntuUr IU Ut wtia ivuuKtituHwl tM
Willi rUn Uik llv''i uU Imk fur
WIkns lHwjr MHttjM Uiw$ KSkta
And lb dr v0tti M U x iy kith.
WUMttliowiiVtttdlMlk HHthW L,. J
Th tti will Hiw aftd vttoV Wt
fa itur SMliUaii rrv, "
TkIVJJinu OauOjr Oulharlta. lOoorIA
it U 0. 0, Ull 10 cur, UrvwiUu nturd iuouj f.
Hut""' "MUl.. HEALTH
I CEtEBRATEO J Tho LonBor
life. It cures
loudness and '
arising from a
It makes nco-
ple well and keeps them well.
Observed at Salem by Everybody and
Two Orand Army Organizations and
Two Bands Notes on the Decora
lions and the Day.
At 2::i0 Kedgwick Post, O. A. It., No.
10 filed into Rural cemetery, led by tho
Bnlom hand, and nearly 100 Htrong,
headed by the Kedgwick Kolicf Corps of
about eighty. Next came l'hll Sheridan
Union Veter.inij"Unlon and U. H. Grant
Clrclo, about olghty in ull, followed by
tho Indian school bund and about 200
boys fi'om the Indian school.
At the Koliliers lot hi City View cemetery
the beautiful and appropriate ceremony
of the (J. A. It. was conducted, conclud
ing witli the usual floral tributes to the
memory of burled ami absent VuterniiH.
Ia'iI by music tho patriotic orderH then
filed out and back to their respective
halls where thero wuh served an elalmr
ate lunch to the tired and hungry veter
ans and their ladies whoso labors had
made the day a succcHH. (J. A. It. hull
was a busy place all day. Kedgwick Re
lief Corps, the first to bo organized in
this state, prepared a mugnillcent floral
display ami supplied each veteran witli
a lsiuiplet of thu choicest ami served a
grand lunch afterwards.
I'liil. Sheridan Commund No. 2, Union
Veteruns, spent the forenoon at their ball
on Ktalo street, arranging flowers and at
I o'clock formed in line and Joined tlio
procession ami marched iu column to
the cemetery, nearly onu hundred Htrong.
This is a new organization at Kalem hut
it Iiiih 80,000 members iu thu United
States and has five of the ladies circle
and two of the Veteran's Union, or
"Order of l'attle Men," In Oregon. For
display of flags it rather outdid thuoldur
organization, though the Sedgwick folks
Outnumbered them two to one, lxiing
next to the strongest post In- Oregon.
.N'OTHH O.V TIIK DKCOHATIOSrt AND TUB DAY.
A flag mill rare II iwers ducked tlio S.
R. Kostur lot.
Mm. Dr. J. N. Sinlth'H
most richly decorated.
The tleo. M. Decker lot was covered
with flowers and flags.
Tho grave of Mrs. I). C. Howard
The Harvey Ogle lot wuh riuhly
crcd with a mass of white flowers. '
The grave of Mrs. John Crawford was
one mass of red and white hloomt).
All the six grnvus in thuHughThom-
sou lot wuh rcinoniborud with-bompiets.
The grave of Daniel Diirbin, father
of the prusunt shuriff, was beautifully
Two unnamed gravis were literally
covered with Dowers resting on a lied
of myrtle loaves.
The grave of John Windross, an
old Kugllsh bachelor who lived in Lin
coln l'ark, was remembered by his
Ilouutifiil white floral pieces were
on the tho grave of J. !'. and M. A.
Thu monument to Mrs. A, D. Smith,
erect! by thu Wouiun of Woodcraft
wus ornamented with a Horn! areli and
other tributes. ,.
The gravo of Uortrudo Webster was.
eoverod with wild flowers and one
beautiful rosebud.. Her father, Captain
Daniel Wolwtor, Is a veteran of the efvll
The man who turaki
in the wild. jctou
biuuctioa on the west
cm plains mutt have
aujKtb ph) steal en
dutancc, nerve oi
bum iisnicncy i ne
cltv or town bird man uh.i hi all .u i.r
humiKHl his Uaek over it desk, liviHir an
unUeatlhy e.tenUijr life unit failed t lake
any cute of In hellh. cwuUl not Uy on
nr m ui uiic oi iur vicious Mute lor
mate thin three Jump
It tukva Awhote wh to CMiiiuer a vicious
aniHial t'cople may talk about intellectual
Uflotity and icrmeiueut And khkJ hreed
Ink, but every man uke utT ht hit to
physic! stieimth and endurance While
the nun who leads sedentary life cannot
hope, iu this lespect to rival these sturdy
men of the plain, they can be sound, vig
orous, healthy men if thy will it is a
mailer of care of health while one has it,
and the piupcr measure to restore it when
it i lost Most dteaea begin with some
trouble of the ihiestive otuan or of the
liver Trouble of thu nature Marve the
body, because they prevent It ftom iccviv
tiu it ptoper utt4y of nourishmeut Dr.
llerse'a CoWen Medical Uscovcry give a
man an appetite like a cow boy' and the
dlgoattan of an oatrich It great work 1
upon the temh Urge lutrttiue and liver
li)CM arc me orirtn that uoutith a man 'a
icae arc the arirana that iinuri.h nun.
body. Thi medicine uiakea thera Urong,
viiMOU and haalthy 1 fill Ihe Wood
wtth the uauiUbmrut that build new.
oUd and healthy Beh. tuuicle and nerve.
" By the u f vvur
I kiav iTarrM4 lui
awl aw uaw, vKrlb ' "'
la wy tHuIata alw nyiu tue."
I iv hcaNK
-CTKTTfclVU Tna Bof
ilfiSin I PUft the
A tftt&TTIrv. ft
am nw ntoyla MiUBsal haaMh. after
ag wtfcui M ?n wtth CBfenU nliitli."
Kauoa lUiwht. Ua . of Naiui r..
Ueatsa. Sy Itt iu f yyar OkOttta
Home Made Goods.
Specials: A very select
line of Boy's Knee Pant Suits
of our own goods made up in
New York. Get one for
All sizes of Boy's Black Hose,
the very best to be had: Ask
V400UES ftoxXx STORE
guaranteed to cure nil
uraia rower, jicauacne, wuxriuiuesA, uos Aia'.nouc, iiiu.y Jitni
aloui, NenrousnoM. bit clralas, loss of power In Ocuernv. x Orran: of
either ex, caused by OTertiertlon, youth fill en-or, va- "fai' je Dl
tobacco, opium or stimulants, whlcli lead lo Icrmnltv,Coi lit uonor
Iesanlty, Can be carried In Test potket. i.oopcrtxr, - ts.byeiftll
prepaid. Circular I'rec. Sold tiy all druRRlsts. Aslcforil.t UonooHitr
Manufactured hv t" Pnu Mrillrln.. v. F irl. 0p.mi .i,..ii..Il
L'ruzCo..distrlbutluiiKents. Tlilrdanl VauihlilSf "-inWI
FOIt SALE 11Y D. J. FRY, SAJuBM, ORECJOX.
The frt'Hh iiuule ltiivo of John
Sutton, who tiled n wcuk ago Sunday,
wuh covered with Oregon Kraiic, uiid
ornamented with a wreath of forgot-nn-nntH
and tlio rich, Ncurict bloom of the
Jlrn. N. .1. Diimon's grave was cov
erud with llowerM. Tho Fninehino
woineii rcniemlKiroil her with n hnii(tut
Of thidr colom yellow and white.
Whoever douhtri tho utility of the bi
cycle uh a mcatiH of uuabling tho people
to get around nhould have hccii the htm
drcdrt of wIiccIh nt the coinotery.
The grave of J. 1.. FolkoH, FirHt .MImh.
Cav., wuh richly decorated and a na
tional flag planted at the hcadHtonu.
Tho gravo of I.eo Wilis, u colonel of
the Southern Confederacy under Ocn
ForrcHt, wan covered with flowcrc.
Mrn. I). M. Sinlth'H iiionumuiit was
wri'itthcil with forgct-mu-notH and
panxiuH. Mr. Smith is in Alaska.
Thognwuot Mrn. Matilda Huninudl,
who died aliout n week after reaching
Salem, waa covereil witli tlowoiv.
Thu H. H. Scott mid (leo. M. llcclcr
lot were hung with wrontliH and decor
utcd with n center piece of ferns.
' One idinplo irriivA miirked "mother"
was covcrwl with rlirxUxltluilroii that
iiiunI have como (nun tho coast,
Tlio cemetery wan ho enriched with
the bright colors of tho flowers that the
city below looked quite nombur.
Tluvgntvo of'I.owiH ltoyal, a ou of
Charles ltoyal, who camo in 18SL', wits
remembered with iMimmctH.
At another grave the marhlc slab was
broken oft, bhtckeneil witli time, but
brightened with n lMmquut.
Nearly nil the thousindsof people
cUiiiImmI to the top ofC'lty View conictory
to gut tho wonderful view.
Tlio lot of Mrn. Ithoda Savage, who
dtcl in IStUI, and ineinlKrs of her family
were rich with flowers.
Many gravo not markml to indicatu
thu remahm buriinl tliuro were richly
diHioratitl with flowers.
Arthur WIImiii'h grave vw bum
tifttl with n rod and white hoar! inter
twined mado of flow urn.
Quo of tho most olulximtoly decorated
.1.... f .1 l.ll.l m. 1
l.t.n ..,.. ifl lllYt.ulllllllull III ...l. mill
Mrn. C. W. Znunkur.
Tho Tluw. 11. Mclntyro lot whm richly
decorated. Iu tho kiiiio lot is James
Tho gniviw of Kurlo M. and hU father,
M. 8. Skiff worn covered with willa lily
Tlio gntvoK of Mrn:,I. V. Krintmll and
Mr. K. C. Cro wore wvwriHl with
The monumeiit of Ktiguuu HiiglwiMl
was entwinml with a writli of hiiow
IxdU. Tlio gruve of John Sohtillur in City
View wuh oriwinente! with n Uxuttiful
Tho grave of TImw. X. MuChuW was
I with iHKiutlful lluwriihHV(i.
Tim V1111 liu tmi enivM u-uai ,iru.l
with wronths of ferns tuul thjK.
TIm jtmveof Mrs. l'hll .Mbtechiui wiw
one of On- mivit riuhly ilvcoruW-
Tho K l.'ii V. Holm hit wns covenl
with IrtNiiitiftil tlonil nffuriu.
The M. 11. lltirbonl lot wu eovrel
with L :uit:ful tlowur iiIexiiH.
Th ranuimtcr mul I'mIiUm loto htnl
hkirk'uIi.' nietuful ilucoratioH&
Tln Memory X, CJui!wn hit lukl h
womlorldl variety w tltiwwr.
Thu Ahv MaXiuy iuouuniMti-niiv-ureil
witli liiM flowuni.
The wihl jtojipy uml edited bnMui vn
u;h.h1 011 liuuiy graven.
The uruve of little CUrce W'ect mtw u
mans of v hito blixMHS.
Que blmjile louiiut of IUhm Wy nt a
lutmelufti gm e4ortrl.
The grave of ltwlMnl A. Uuckr fcul a
tlaij pktntKl ohnt it.
Tho WamtH IVuitt tot bail wry rfek
I low ore.
extra sizes and extra longs.
No matter what size you call
for we have hm. A special
drive on them.
The finest line of Crash Hats
for Aen and Boys to be
found, in Patterns and
Yellow Sp.vc J'i'.li.
uerrous cilicatca, such as Weak Vniory, IMiof
The grave of MIsh Ida l)e Long, who
will he remembered as one of the city's
humble workers, was covered witli flow
ei 8 and wreaths.
Tlio W. 0. T. U.-woniun decorated all
the graves of their heroes who fell iu
the battle against Intemperance iu all
lSut for the snowballs and peonies
decorations would havo lieen limited
this year, the friwt having killed the
Thero wore many beautifully deco
rated graves hi all four of the Saloni
cemeteries that the writer had not time
Tlio grave of Mrs. T. L (iulden had a
floral arch over it.
The Homeliest Man in Salem
As well ay the hitndMJinust, and others
arc Invited to cull on any druggist
and get free a trial bottle or Kemp's
Hiilsini for the '.Throat and Lungs, u
remedy that Is guaranteed to cine and
belle-ve all L'hronlu and Acute- Coughs,
Astlunii, llronchltls and Consump
tion. Price 2o' and COo. cod&w
O Ml. SJ T" C3 3t-t j jiX. .
Beui U j$ I'm Kind You Have Always BwgM
Bignatnro V , SS?
Try Allen's Koot-Ease,
A powder to ho shaken Into tho
shoo. At this season your feet feel
swollen, nervous and hot, and get
tired easily. IT you liavo smarting
feet or tight shoes, try Allen's Foot
Ease. It cools the feet and makes
walking easy. Cures swollen and
sweating feet, blisters and callous
spots. Hellovos corns and bunions of
all pain and gives rest and comfort.
Try It today. Sold by all druggists
and shoo stores for 2fic. Trial pack
age FUKE. Address, Allen S. Olui
isert, Lo Hoy, N. Y. eod tl&vv
Now Is Your Time.
Hoys' School Shoos, 1, worth $L a
the Huston Shoo Company, JWSCoiumur
cial htreet, near the iHJstollieo. I 15 t
At 11 (stockholders' nieotiug of- the
coriwration of Willis Hnw. & Co,, the
directors w ero ordered to at once begin
the liipiiditiou of the corixiration to sell
all limits, iuchidiin? the stock of good of
W illis ltrtw. Co,, and distribute the
proceeds among the stockholders,
llrtlth you whtlUr jou cmtlnur lh.
-....B ihukIDID,1 U. til. H-. I,
li"wi Hit dcir tor lobt-u.
I "."i"l'! "J!1"? '.
tloo. purid.t (lit bl
: ... w.. uiAanwu,
mkfi tou iiroar
iiare loti Di&a
lvau.hfarm T.I. Iriik
T own riruirl.t m km
' umallj curat. IUiiH,ltU,
?V;''iu cur-' raruod now.
Ml IKple ure herebr iintitiml tlmt 11
tax on Rawra of 2Se for reteiniKTiiiK
in now mi ami can be mid ut thohoj
of Sim II. White anil Co. at High
btriwt, oimltt tho Court Iloute.
Wo will shoe your hon. build or!
reiwlr your wuon or Imploiiients1
Helm; Icuted to nUy our pitrtms
bavea KUtirunteetlmt our work will,
street. TclDliune 27(15. w tr
steam Dye Works.
No. 195 Commercial treeL
npnuMto Wlllumelta iHitoh
Laiihte awl Kentuuion's
clot blm; eleanwl, dyad, re
paired awd nres. Pine
blankets cleaned nr dyad
id nicely ttolslwd. fcj)
""ohiih, ivo; dyed
Tk M eiy mc
II yfM a MUM,. ,.1
1 iBrf't I rmV
lk I k. 1' WT5A
.m w as u..mri
ian9iin,UflrTflK ifli J lliu.i
" -rl IHsVill
r mH, im will to
S tenia W.W.JOHN
W" ; f ibe Uml f,
yW MiJOw, Im Mill te4t
You Can Get
a Lower Berth,
with one exception the through
trains of the UUrllngton limit
arc almost Invariably well-tilled.
The exception Is our bt-. Paul
Chicago Limited. On the limited
there Is usually room and to
Don't Inrcr that it is neither
so linn, nor so fast, us AN 1 trnln
of ANY other line between bt.
l),iil nn.l Phlpnin. On the con
trary, there is no more beautiful
train In America. It has electric
light, stcuin heat, wide vestibules,
the most satisfactory dining-car
service on the continent and o
lower berth for everybody,
A. C. SHELDON.
Ocu'I Agent, Portland, Or.
A Few Interesting Facts
When people are contemplating a trip
whether on biuiness or pleasure, they natur
ally want the best service obtainable so far
as speed, comfort and safety is concerned.
FmntnvM nf the Wisconsin Central Lines are
paid to serve the public nnd our trains are
operated so a) to make cloe connections
with divorcing line at all junction points.
I'nllman I'alace Sleeping and Chair cars
on through trains. -
Dining car service unexcelled, Meals
a la Carte.
In order to obtain this fitst-cltss service,
ask the ticket agent to sell you a ticket over
THE WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES
and you. will make dirert connections at
St. Paul for Chicago, Milwaukee nnd nil
For any lurt'er infoimation call on any
ticket aucnt or correspond with
General I'ass, Aijent
or JAS. A. CLOCK,
246 Stark Street,
Oregon Short Line Railroad
Thu Direct Route to
Montana, Utah. Colorado
anil all Eastern Points
Olvis choice of two fnvnrlto mult, via the
I'nlon I'aollic K.t Miilll.lue, or tlio
HIo liraiulc act'iiic t.lutn.
Look at the time
H Diiyp to Salt Lake
51 J Days to Denver
.'IJ Days to Chicago
1J Days to New York
Free Itccllnlni; Clinlr (Jam. Uiiliolslcri'il Toil
1st BIii'pliiK Cars, uiid l'ull imiti I'alace.
Hlci'pvri ojioriiteil oil nil train.
For further Information upplytto
1IOISK .t HAHKKlt, AReJits, Salem.
V 0. TF.ItllV, Truv. Piimi. At
UI Third St.. Portland
Do you want to die?
Do you want to get well?
Ifynuwnnt to Die keen riiiht n
n Klein with MINKItAl. Ull.l ntlier
tho ImiHinf DltUdS and nllwd int'illrliipj.
If you want to net KNTlllKliY I'UUKI),
Whld and hTOUT, ipilt hIIiiwIiik diM-torn to
KXt'KIUMKNT on you with driiKs ami try
I)K. .1. F. COOK,
Ollico 1101 Liberty Street, Salem, Or.
Up ha cured kcoremif people ulnre lioeamo
to Salem. He in a reiitallq pruetitliiner uml i
nvrndiiatenf two IvkuIIv oliartered coilese.
A to hit dtandlin,' m a elttien and hU rflWill
ll) nn IjihIdi iniui.iiiiy imniaii lie ennylnenl
that he U not only a wood citizen Imtan hnnmi
man. He nan eei H11I slumt ami ,.,i.r.,t....
HUiitnl more than mi) limn In Saloin. hut ho can
count hi frienils hiiioiik tlio Uwt citizen of
,-a.iii nun niiiauwuv aiii-y. uie net irieniU
are Hhmi whom he hat CI ItKl) Ills remeillea
iirv the reult of 11 lifllnieoritiily,undjmlilni:
y tho marvelou etirtw iierfurmwl riBht hero at
Inline, hero hi ptlentn may U ken and
taUtNl with, no one who Uilrk nhutiM lieoltate
He almilntoly curM all klndu of riironle
Ulirt. after all other mIiooIb have f.ille.1.
rtMlnw,Omvl, Kldnov Trouhle, Hone
Ihenidoftlie Knife. I'lanler or I'oUon, and
with 110 twin whatever to the (mtlent.
S, C, STONE, M. D,
Stone's Drug Stores
I BALKM. OREliON.
The store (to la number) are located a
No Oi and w lommerelal Hreet. and are
, well Mocked with a complete line ofdrugrfiuid
"au,u','"" anlcle. iwfumery. hruihe
' nu. bti)NK
Ha. !,,! ome a yvar exerieiife In the prao
Uoeof raetliiineandnow mak no ohkue for
eoMuliatioH. examination or preacrlptlon.
1 Ume, ami a small kk in yoilr
0in am iu the cellar will comamiii-
r jwr enure MOUeo WtUl llLMa
&. Only the beet iitrv mC
KuLi Vt; OMr ,,"nw f 'vew.
, illptltwm and griu 1ih. As mi.
1 - jMumwera we aro experte, we make
.wuUiwk houe8 rim! in the mJt
miiu muiiiMr. ijUBataii an, ev-u ..
AM 1 v-3
SOUTH AND EAST
THE SrWSTA RO'JTE.
Southern Pacific Co,
RXrRRSS TRAINS RUN DAUY
7:00 P Ml L.v...;roriianu. ..at
( 7.'oo p m
q.'45 pm Ar. ...aaicm ,...Ar
74S A M 1 Ar.' San Francisco. Lv
5'oo p M
6:05 P M
Ar Ofiden ... Ar imopm
Ar Denver. . Lv
Ar . . . . Omaha .... Ar
Ar . . Chicago ....Lv
Ar. . .Los Angeles. . .Ar
Ar ... El Paso .... Ar
Ar....Forl Worth. ...Ar
6 45 P M
8 50 A M
6,30 P M
9 25 P M
2 35 P M
8 40 A m
8 40 PM
6.43 A M
7.00 A t
8' 15 PM
7.55 Am Ar. . New Orleans. . .Ar
Pullman hrst-class and tourist ideeping cars
attached to all through train. Tqutlstcars
tlitouoh to Chicago without change.
8.-30AM1 Lv... Portland .'.At -.'3opm
lo55AMj-Lv...,Halein.... Lv iso:pm
$.'2o p M I Ar . . .Koseburg. . Lv jT.o A m
"WEST SIDE DIVISION.
BETWEEN PORTLAND AND CORVALLtS.
Mall ttalns daily except Sunday.
vT6 AMlXv"....lVrt(iujd.. Arl s.-'so p u
' - . r . r-. .. ill iwi ..jh.
M I Ar V.UIYUIIB.. fail i.wrH
At Albany and
Corvalhs connect wlti
trains of the C.&E.Ry.
EXPRESS TRAIN DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
j 'top m) Lv .. Portland.... Ar
I 8:25 .
7.'io pmLv . . McMinnville Lv
8:30 PM) Ar Independence Lv
Direct connections at han Jranctsco with
stcairshlp lines f..r HAWAII, 1APAN.
CHINA, 'IHE PIIILLIPINEi and AS.
For through tickets and rates call o W.
W, SKINNER, Depot Agent, or O- D.
GAbRlEL'ON City 'ncket Agent, 232 Com-
tt-ciclal St. Salem 0
K. KOE1JLEK, Managei
C. H.MARKHAM G. V & V. A. Portlanrt
Salt ljke, Denver H. Worth
Oninlin, KMiwis i'uy, 010 10 pin
LoiilH.CIilcnuo nnd Kiint, 1
8 p. Ill,
apolls, hi. rnui; wiimuh, aiii
wiiukce t'liteaKO and eust.
2.30 p ni
"ni"i?i"v''uTi'jLf!jll I lH
rorHiin Frauclftcm.. P '
Sail every IWo dfty.
8 p. m.j
MTI-AMl-'ltS. 4 II. ni
To A uteri a and way LmJIngi, ox Bun.
iu p, ni
A r Sa
t'nrttniiU, Newheri: and
vrayO p. 111.
10 11, 111.
10 a. in.
'I'll Thu Folum.
3 p. 111
WILLAMliTlE HIVER DIVISION
Daily boils to fortlaud as above.
Transfers to street car line at Orcg Oitv
if the steamers are delayed there ouud
tnp tickets to all points in Oregon Washing.
ton, nr California. Connecfoa made at Pott
land with all rati, ocean and river line
W. II. HlMLUUKT.
C.rn'l Pas. A(jt. Portland. Or
G M. POWERS. ARsnt, Trade street dock
UOISE & MARKER,
' ' '
Screen Ooors and Windo.ws.
Screen cloth etc., Poultry
ami I-iuvn fencing of ull
kinds and hIiIiiIum.
SAI.KM KISNOK WORKS,
, , .. WALTKRMom.KV.Vrop,
"I'5 t9 btate tifrwt
HED FRONT LIVERY
FirstClass Feed and Boarding
104 COMMKItCIAL STKUKT.
Wm ULLREY, Prop.
Best Rigs for Commercial Men
8tahls In name hloelc Hotel Willamette.
tfiTSafe tO.'llllS nnrl innirrrtnhl,i rliu
foriudiesuod fitnilly drlylnw a spes-
nor.ses uoiiidea by day. week
best of (.atlbfacUon
The Geo, M, Beeler
Always to the front with best
rates uml policies In the leading
I) J you want worK, or need helrr
of any kind? Apply at once.
Property to. lent. Register
iSS COMMBUCIAL STUEBT, HaLEM.
Kurtz & Hamilton
3 COURT STREET.
Make a srwimmtv t.r uii i..r.nj .
SIlOOl. Steel and Oiilv.inH 'irnn
work rjoflnir and ifUtterlnsf, u full
ne of Pumps and pump , flttlnlts,
ProniDtiWdrk and .reasonable prices.'
wind mill. Can and see us before
hIvIuk your order for mill or tank.
1 an COMMtRCIAL STKBST.
Telephone ho. 1371
PROMPT WORK AND LOW PRICES