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About The Daily journal. (Salem, Or.) 1899-1903 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 24, 1899)
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Two Able Defenses of the Boer Civilization.
A b'elf-Suslalmng Christian Wluto
Fully Capable. of Self. Go
I havo found tho Rocrs ns
thorn here. TIicto might
tfons, but very few. Some
mcKingin one thing
theio fa no sucli a tbii
n ininl.amnii.i !)...-
" piiwu jjwr, iney tnljli
w-w-geiiiuioeyesof the Cughsh
;.!, uut bo uiu tno Americans in
I describe j
or (Mother, but'
ngin Transvaal is
iiiey miilit oolc
the M ni,,IO'U mnkl"S fSu,1' Africa
mo white man's grave.
, '' isiion, it is my oiiinloii
Tho following urticlo on "The Fiitnro Urf !... i ,c?Jier & S
Bout.. African" fa an oxtn,, ffler'of'.NllTS? teVVS
"A Transvaal View of the South Afri. Africa.
eves nf il... rn:..i " .. . '"
ti.. i "1'iiiua mm uie t. uoans
f. .r?.r i 8 VIcl,t' of "win for colonies
Lit. -"K"i"i to mako Homes for her Mir.
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A SATISFIED CUSTOMER
tear 5l --? 'SSSMa
. i.. SPENDER,
vviE..t,t?T,!le-.W1V 'ormerly of Co. 0. 37th
J?rJlM",fMa d'VrM - e "'" lory "5?
tlio good ot other veteran, Uo sayst
1VH ?etf f,1. 7 "olffek and
carried oif the field for dead. Later
rheumatism of my heart developed at
a result and physicians failed to benefit
n xi ! ,""P"nt - begin using
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure and Dr. Miles'
Nervine and now my health is better
than for 30 years before."
Is i o!J by all UruBiIt- on Kuarantea
flrat bottle bcucllts or money back.
Hook on licurt hiiU nerves sent freol
Dr. Miles Medical Company, Elkhart, Ind.
O. C. T. Co's
A Ami -jr-
QUH'K TlMU 'AND I'llKAl' 11ATK8.
Dock betweatCitit- mil Cotm'btj.
M. V. IIAtDVYIN, Age it.
can lluestioti," by Dr. F. V. Knelen-
burg, editor of the Pretoria Volkwtem,
published in tilf North Amnrintn f,.-
''Hut with the industrious European
colonist, schooled and disciplined by hi-
or, can South Africa not produce what
Is necessary for his support? Tlio white
insulation of this n.trt of tlm u-n-i.i
amounts, in round numbers, to 2,000,000
ii-iy Kem'ruus esiIIliaU! lllliabitlllg
a vast extent of country, larger than
trance, Uermany and Italy together.
illis HOIHllntion in iliMinnilmit ., tl,..
outside world, not, nujroly for the pro-
.u.io ui iui.iiMn.ii luiuiMry, uut also tor
those of agriculture. Wo import pota
toes and frozen input from Anatrnlln
wood from Canada and Norway, ejtgH
imtl butter from Kuroio,meal ami mules
from America. Tlio sugar and tea
grown in Natal cannot compete with tlio
irouucis oi .Mauritius ami Levlon, with
out the utd of protection. In order that
theeo 3.000.000 of whit t.mv ! !.
iiureiiiiiy nccesMuio to tno outskle
world, and that this hugo Import trade
may Ihj tiraeticalile, more than XCO.OOO..
1)00 sterling, have been devoted to rail
w ay construction, livery w eek sees nu
merous steaniern arriving from all parts
of the world, laden with every coneeiv
nblo kind of goods, to Mipply the limit
eil South African community with many
necoesaries of life. Should this means
ot supply ever be out oil, a largo portion
ui our wiiunni
Very, very low the prices on
Lamps during Special Sale
Lome select one even if you
are not ready, and have us set
it aside for you before sale is
over. Good many Lamp's set
aside of last week's sale. We
want room for fancy holiday
Next week will be special
sale on a different line.
You are invited to our store.
For a MlUonal I, rani N wi iCo Fo irlh rase, r
New York Life has this good imtured
exposure of the fallacy of the lJrltii.li
I)nl Itooehtire. In n .-..., ...i o. ...... .1.
Mid, "I do not know why we sluxilii
attract so much ill feellng.,
His Lonlshlpappearsto boa singularly
simple person which lie Is not. Hut If
ilia ixmlsliln will ilmn In ni. iliiu iiiiio.i
mo i urninif wnen we are not too busy,
we will explain to him why It is that a
big buy loses popularity wlieu he picks
a iiuarrcl with n ery little lxiy for pur-
uBuoiumniniiig u10 latter's. propertv,
bo it jnckinfo or marbles, cold or tfl
amonds. In f,,ct this war with the
Hoors seems to bring the Hrltish Govern
ment eomowiuirn in ltlu i.ltl. Il. .......
tiescribed by David Hanim. wlm ,
"about as popular as a skunk in a hen
house." If our brethren in Great Uritaln think
the Americans aro entirely on their Mile
in their light with tho Hoers, they
ileluile theniseUes. Woconfevs that
w hen tho Hoers succeed In tiulllngono
f t" of the Ton's teeth ns they did
at Lik ysmlth. though it interests us
mightily, we feel neither anguish nor ex
tilatlon, but regard it iluip'y as a strong
argument advanced by Hoers in sup
iwrt of their claim that they ought to
bo allowed to run their country in their
own way. When the British win some
coiiKidorablo advantage, aH they doubt
wo ni ru?cuiiy, wesuau rcgani thai
as an argument on their side. Surely
wo aro entitled to watcli the debate lie
foro reaching our conclusion, on-
over we susiiect that a considerable con-
ol tho iliscusslon may not be
TBADI MUD MdKttatO
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN
Will advertise us
And our wares.
The Atkins Cross Cut Saws
ri! ,0 Dr' 1 H'DCetne, old Whiu
rtdhir;m " m"7 "tnc "
py VMhiy oqytniMinu tat;
tom r as ot, 9 cte
k Kjuiiia An ovs
taTKD--A reiJbla rf lot sjh
lionsa vrork ArfdrcfHiVrij, MwiTT
---4.. w. vH-jMiivofc tfo-rrnn vbcv
ALBERT A. JESSUP.
Never fails to please;
We keep a full line of them.
R. M. Wade i Co. Hardware.
a imu tiling
though it involves a largo
Shut Down Canals,
Amusv. N.ov. 2. Superintendent of
l'ublio Works rnrtridgo has utiunuiiced
that the canals of tho state would close
on Friday, December 1, except Hit Hlaek
Itlver eiiiml, which will elo toilay.
This MmMiu has been a pronperous one.
Ilon'tTuliarrOAiitaiiJ Kiuole loarUIV Anij,
To quit tubarco eually abJ forcrer, be mag
netlc. lull of life, nere ami Igor, talis NoTo
flac, tlio wnniler-worlirr, llmt iiialics ue-ak men
strong. All drugKlsts.eouorll. Curouuoran
teed llooklet aii'l samplo free AOdress
Sterling ItemeJj Co , Chicago or New York.
John Johnson, pontenoed to serve 10
years for criminal iiswnult on n 12-year-old
girl, and James Floyd, for stealing
sheep, to serve six mouths, havo been
committed to the penitintiary.
Dinests what you eat.
Nature In strengthening and recon
structing the exhausted digestive or
ant and tonic. No other preparation
cau approach It In saiclcncr. It In
stantly rellev&j and irinanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indlgeatlon, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
ill other resultaoflmperfectdlgestlon.
rpartd by E. C DaWItt A Co.. Cblcoqo.
bTONES DUL'G STOHK.
) and other nomtlat on wouM
simply starve, or at any rate bo de
prived of the comforts ot life.
"Only the-Hoers, who eke out a frugal
oxistiincoon their secluded farms, and
have not yet becomo dciiendcnt on
frozen meat, Kurocaii butter, American
meal and Australian potatoes only the
Hoers, who, with rare endurance, the
lieritagoof their hardy race, boldly faco
years of drought, rindercst, locusts and
lever, could survive such a collapse of
the economic machinery of a country so
severely iieau witu i.y nature. I no re
maining Europeans would gradually
disappear, lust as tho Phoenicians ami
the Arabs uiNippnared in tlio days long
passed. Am long as the gold mines and
liamond minus can bo worked and made
to pay, so long will the abnormal econ
omy of bouth Africa prosorvo itH bal-
nice; but as soon as South Africa lias
swallowed up its capital to the very last
bit of gold, the Uillauder will liavfi to
Neck for fresh fields for the exercise of
Ills nervous energy, and the Afrikander
will bo abandoned to Ills struggle witli
the inimical elements, as has ever been
his lot in tho ir.iit. Hy the sweat of his
brow ho will have to lead his carefully
storcd-up water to the Ileitis continu
ously threatened by locusts, he will hive
to shield his Hocks from plaguo and
theft, he will have to prci-orvo continual
rtatcli against the inroads of the ever
increasing blacks. The Hoer that Is
the agriculturist Is destined to be the
Alpha ami Omega of South Africa's
white culture; he alone, In this quarter
of tlio globe, can citvo civilization from
tho ultimate gulf of bankruptcy.
I It, P. Van llagit'iilof San Francisco,
ox-clerk to tho ocrotury of the Volks-
mail, S. A. It. ex-seoond clerk Head Do
partment of Mines, Pretoria, contribute
following to the San Francisco Kxaiuiner
of Nov. 20, in reply to the article re
printed from the Iowa State Register:
Tho Hoers are not seini-savages They
are Christians. I have lived amongst
the Hoers and have bten In every part
of Transvaal and have never won or
heard of a savage or semi-savage Hoar.
Tliey rosjiect their parents. A young
Hoer never sits dow u in tho house be
fore tho old folks are routed. They
always say their prayers Iniforo every
meal and prav and read a chapter from
the Hlblo before retiring. You very
ssldom hear mi oath from n Hoer and
never In his house. I havu always seen
thorn wash More retiring and after
rising. They look dusty or unclean
when tliey aro on uie rou.i win t ir, f, I(,,)V rmflHll-.
transports, or when they are attending '
to the r cattle, but I have never jeen a
Hoer unclean In liU house. A Hoer likes
company, likes to go vtmiing uuu en
joys nothing more than a dunce, and
most ol Ilium aro goon mincere um
saxago ilancing, uui jusi iiko muy uaiiee
Iiere. A Hoer is noi lazy, inn utes iiko
lor iiiobo coiHvrneil, even
of energy nnd many details of pain and
loss that we deplore. There aro results
that Otiullt not to Ih nchinvnl Imi
eanv, even though they aro good. This
combat In the Transvaal is proceeding
according to tho rules for such disputes
riiero has been no gouging or brutality,
and such constancy ami courairo lias
iioen shown on both sides as to make
us proud to remember that between
both disputants and ourselves there
exists a tie of blood. Indeed, tlioy may
be well proud of one anothoer, and ft
may be they are. It is truo that the
P.ngllsh newspaiiers" attributo the
Hoer coop at Ladysnilth to the treach
ery of the Hritlsh mules and believe
that these obstinate creatures have a
natural sympathy with Dutchmen, hut
wo must not pay too much rcsitoct to
that, for stampeding tho other fellow's
mules is part of the game of war.
. An exceptionally instructive editorial
has just appeared in the Chicago Trib
une; Says tho Tribune.
Some Englishmen aro surprised by
the fact that American sympathies are
with tho Hoers and against the Hrit
lsh. It would bo a cause for surprise If
Americans felt otherwise in the matter
The sympathies of the people of tlio
United Slates always go .out toward a
weaker eoiilo struggling for Indccnd
euce. In tlio eyes of Americans there Is
a good deal of resemblance between the
iirn.Hoiit nlluht of the Hoers and the status
of the American colonists in 176, ex
cent that the Hoers have more IndoDcud-
euce at the start than the Americans
had. Our colonists look up arms for
the protection of their freedom mid
were successful. The Hoors aro taking
uii arms for exactly the Mine canco.
How can Americans help siding with
them ami show lug a "lack of sympathy1'
toward the HritbJi movements to coerce
Cattetvllle Riot Cases.
Vircm, III., Nov. 2I.-The prisoners
charged with murder during the Car
torvllle initio strike are to bo brnm-lil
here from Marlon toilay by tho military
which has guarded the jail slnco tho
outbreak. Their cases will be called
fill lvt.ll H...I ... ...t . 1
.... .....i, mm im-ry precaution lin IH'CII
taken to prevent Interference by friends
of the nun.
hTATu ok Onto, City of Tolkuo,
Lucas County, i "
l' HANK .1. CllKNKY UlUkCH Olltll tilllt
Mo iss-eulur imrtner of tho linn or i).
J. LtiKNKYiV Co., dotiig business In
the City or Toledo, Couuty and Btato
uforeMild, and that sitl.1 tlrui will pay
tho Hum of ONK IIUNDHEI) DOL
I. A Its for each and overy case of
Cataiiiiii thai cannot bo cured by the
u-enf IIai.l'h Cataiiiiii cuiik,
Sworn to beroio me and subscribed
In my presence, this Olh day or Dc
cenibci, A, l. 1880.
f - , A, W. GI.KAHON.
1i:ai.. Nutary Public,
"itll'sCatitrrli Curols taken Inter,
nally. and uclsdlrectlv on tlm iilmul
and mucous surfaces or the system.
Send for testimonial-., free.
, F.J. Ciir.NKY.fc Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 76c.
Hill's Family I'tlls are the best.
J D. HrldgcK, Editor "Democrat,"
Lancaster, IS. 11 , says "One Minute
Cough Cure Is tho ocst rmncdy for
croup I ever ucd. "(tiimcdlately re
lluves and cures. It prevents con
ttimptl.m. Stuncs Drugstore.
A Texas Hanging,
Austiv, Tex., Nov. 21. Samuel Wat
tfotiB, one of the inurderera of U. W.
Etigbergaml his wife, was hanged in
the Jail yard hereon October 27. James
Davidson, convicted of the same crlnir
will lie hanged totlay.
They Will Get it in the Neck,
on Thanksgiving day from saw; edges on
their collars, unless the men of Salem
roioviiigli to take their linen to a
llrat-alai-s laundry. If you want beauty
nf color and in exquisite finish on your
hirts, collars and cuiTs.Jand have them
sent homo In erfecl condition, bring
them to tho Salem Steam laundry, ns
we guarantee satisfaction to ourpalrons,
Salem Steam Laundry.
, COLONEL J. OLMSTKD. l'ltOl'lt.
Phono 411. 230 Liberty Street
H00M3 1 and a, niuv uut.
araduato of tho Amoriean School of
Osteojia by at Kirksviiio. Mo? has
ogont ofllce at Hush A Hreyman block!
Commnr..in1 .!.... u.i... nil "'war,
Ojllco days Monday, We.lnnly Mid
1,000 TO LOANAt kw
tonus, on good security,
tlresa U., Jcurnal ofllce.
Call or atV
II K lwO
Iriday. Dlsonses of women
Salem Water Co.,
rot water Miytcc jpi.u at cllice.t I Bd's
i -yble monthly It W. MsVc
omplalnts at trf r.0.
Estimates furnished, and work done promptly, substantially
and at honest prices.'
Fruit and Mop Dryer work a specialty.
T. S. BUBR0UGH9, 102 Stato St Phono I6II
C. H. JLAK-El
a .. J? 8TATK STItKCT.
Oraults 13 mid tipwMda,
WANTLD-Mcntole Wber trtO-,
ffip nioiithly positively. gurrttfee...
after eight weeks' prsctieo, K'w
ploy our twn graduates tad wrurttaH
we can gel. Special dynts! to,
Jiions from a tlistanee. No exieiM to
learn If you will work for us. Writ
for partfciifArs. Moicrilarbcr Collet.
SanJranoKo, Col. U2Jfttt
t'01lTRAlTFnA.MF.3-In lrge wkty ,
Artist cativa Tlio largest ad btwt '
stock of moulding. Pictures fraswil '
M wanted, at 03 i'ourt 8trcot. A. P.
1IUMHUELMS--AII Uioso having urn
?' ll1lKl'!"iKer's place, OJ SUt
street, w ill pieawcall before the 30th
Inst., ns ho will poj.ttycly null btt
ness on that date, 11 at at
WANTEl). About oU butts of
wniie oak. rocoml growth, from R t
IN Inches 111 illnnihln-an.l t.n. n . i.a
feet long-will give in cxchajiae w
ems, buggies, Iwcks, carts, repiinM
hor-p shooliig for prices and fortker
particulars call at Balem Wftxi Km
tory.-Jil Commercial street, Werner
Express and Transfer
M rets all mall ..! ....... ...i.. u..
An Important Uilfeience.
To iiuiku It apparent Ui thotit-ands
who think llieiusches III, that they
ure not a 111 Ic ted with any dlscuhe, but
the system (ilmply needs clsauslng, Is
lc bring couiforl home to their hearts,
as a costive condition Is easily cured
by using Syrup of Figs. Manufactured
by the California Fig Syrup Co. only,
gentleman, and the dirty work is dune
by Kamrs, wnogei wages aim ure uui
slaves. They aro not semi-savages in
their hunting, and I bate always seen
thetn kill their game in as humane a
wav as nossible. Tliey hate war, otm
hate to talk about war, ou never hear
them brag about their victories ovr
the Kallirs or over tho Kngltli.
The Hoer women are noi semi-savage.
Tliey are modest, iuiot anil love tiiuir
husbands. Tho voung gins nice io urw
iiuitiiBHlviw fust llkeotlier young wmneii,
and have gowl taste as a rule. Tliey are
i ot so free, urn nave me "" im-mm
ways as the California girls.
( u..mnn in Transvaal is never al
lowed to do any rough work, for which
they have Hottentot or Kalflr sen-ants,
which are not allowed to enter the Immiw
unless fur cleaning or H-rubbing. The
Hoers in Transvaal and l're Hate are
the same families; in faet, they are all
n latum and they vUii one another all
the time .
In t'aii Culmiv I have rUtlvv my
self, but I am not wwy . vu.ni'i"d
tlre. The Hoefi Uwiw ni glil l P'1
tlordly I.twIWi, bt they s-em U
to the Duteli language all tlw tune
Left yet that we are effering: at very low pric
irood thinns in men's pants. If we can lit
will almost let you name the price
Men's Fine Shoes
We carried Nelson & Son's line, than winch there are
none better made A fiood line of -fees. left, and we
can save you 31.00 to l.30 on every pair you buy.
Our Capes and Jackets
We are still pushing .them out and our cost puce
make them very attractive.
We are Positively
fiointr out of business in Salem. We are not runnim;
??at?hpenny game, but are dohv exjetly as we atT-
Willis Bios. & Company fe
l-USr DOOR SOUTH OF I'Ob I OPflv-iv
Opening the Odeon.
St. Loi'is, Mo., Nov. 21. The new St.
I.oii la theater to be known us thuOdeon,
will be opened tonight witli a monster
concert in which Mudamo Nevada will
Sfi.au hi anoyances
,1. , fret t:.d 5rry '
over r.lft ; no
IIIUM... , IIW (
crcan Kr l.;e N
coffer ; ro ril.'.( (i
m orifinai n itny conaition. AtnildrnjtffUU
Ilronchitle la very provalcnt It gen
orally begins with n common cold, at
tended with cough, hoarseness, sore
ness of tho lungs, tightness of tho chest
nnd dltllculty In breathing. If not at
tended to,lt bocomos dangerous thou
sands dlo from bronchitis annually.
Dr. JohnW. Hull's Cough Syrup Is tho
best remody for this dlsoaao; It relievos
tho cough at once, effect an easy ox
pcctoratlon, and cures la a few days.
Will promptly eure Bronchitis.
Dotra orcainall anil pt taunt to laac Doctor
ccniuiiituil it JTlct i ctnu. At all dniKfl'l.
L. M. KIRK
I Mils all mall and natvenear tnlnw
ps- aaa eiintn io x pails ot tin
Jii'pt slc. Telephone No. Jo.
DlSyUI!. it skipTxTnT
R. D. GIBSON,
H4. DO, .. OH
GMin'Hay, Flour, Mill Feed, BuildingSMnterial.
Lime, Cmcnt, Plaster etc,
Grain, Hay nndJJtraw 8torcd
iitlciitlon given 'hi the delivery of goods to
I'rompl and rarefu
of the citv.
SOUL15 KOS. .
Kr Halnaai. tlrlnll- Iimib onlvn al
Villi i ui. Km i
Notico of Election,
Is always available. H-isxkI
first for forty years.
. f 1 f M twk M - EaWM."
aar5 cflooaco mi k ca., .v.
Nntlco is hereby given, that. In
conformity with the charter of tho
City of Haleiu, Oregon, an elec
tion will bo huld In lliUcliy on Mori
day, December I, IRfU, for Uie election
of one alderman for each of tho four
wards of said olty, on which day the
ihiIIs will bo open from 10 o'clock a.
in until urlu-k p. in
Oiiealleriiiiin i- the fli-t ward, to
ucceed Thtiiuiis llumiw; Un polling
nla:e in bo at No .'!' I',iigln house,
Nnrlli Liberty street
Oiieuldoruiun In the ijccjri I ward,
t.i succeed A II. Ihiren; tho rilling
plate to bo HaMy's.llnry si;il.o on
Qnealdefiunn In the Third ward, to
sucreeil ah McUrew. the polling place
inueiit f ruciamrs Hiore. -.riunry
building, HUte hlrcut.
One alderman It. tho I'mirili ward,
In succeed I" A. U-gg. Hie pulling
place to beat the Ited I'nuit .table,
comer Onmuierclal and Trade ktreet.
Done by order of the Onmmou Conn
tit haiciu, uregou,
No. IDS Commercial street, opposite
Wllhimellu hotel. Ladles' and
gentlemen's clothing cleaned, dyed
repaired and pressed. Kino blankets
cleaned or dcd ind nlrely Mu
lshed. Kid gloves cleaned. 10c:
Daily Stago Lino to
M'COY AND PERRYDALE.
For l'aracugers and llaggngo i also
parcels aim orders pro
tended to, Halem ofllce
0 ti Postofllco Stables,
J. II. Wuolltty, Prop.
conlalning 'M0 acres : slttutW X a
ii in,l) P0ee, -Sewsf
depot, Willsell at a bar!, km4 m
easyjtcrmsj or Ichss to rsspowslMs
patty for a few years fur kvelm in
present condition, SplendW eSs-.
tuiilty tor man engftswd In stock nt s
ln or dalryiiiB. For pArtkHW
addriMi A. If, ttothby. Mill OtW
Sf.te street, Near isilroa.W Freshen atul
best meaU. My patent ay I keen ihe hrs
neats In town a j
( Capital Junk Shop. )
Dealer In Cast Iron, Wrought Iron ft
A Bloyo platoi, copper, brans, sine, s
y lead,roM., rtiblwr, bags, hides, h V
(4 per and Ikiiii's. (
.J. D. IIDHKNHTCIN, l'mprielor.
5J liXI Court Ht salim, Or. V
ft 0 1 tf fi
Knlitrgcuicnts In Crayon and Water
Color, l'luito lliiltons.
Amateur developing and llmshlng
neatly dune. V. W. DIKKMAN.
HuofMMir tu K. J. Ilrowu.
2i:i Commercial Ht , Halem Oregon.
HAH ODD RRSTlllIRn '"riV-",M vciiow
-, ....... nuriv a-iiiH.
UMawi. auli as Weak
reuititv iruatanlnl iornr ail iim.
itruiciiv, Ur4tUi.l,(,WaUlulluru.L Manhuui.Mlitilly limit
jiom. N'rvoin.-. i,, ur puwrr in Utnerailre UitfJni, .hum.I
by voulhlul error ,.;t.iv- ue of .ilmulanta wlildi tta.l lu
Jnliriiilty ur Imauiit Can liurilln ml iwrkcl liupr
bu cfutf l.v null r-lti tlrculirltr AililruKiUU rake
'.l.hi.l. ! -. .t I... !.. It-.... aa.ti.i . . . .
tuihp Atin YAMiiru Hn., I'ohtlahd, Omtoow
FOU SAM:. HV). ,f. VHV, SALI5M, OH ISO 0777"
1 tttv r
"-JikI day of
t 1122 Id
Llvor Uutiipialnts eured )' IlrKtii
i v wift luil nllsM fi
WHL'n Witch Haul." owrwl her. It
riitsiisuwrytiiinkf. amnt wruL- .-ie
All rwsbleetU of Stilewi n kefoby mill
flsdwt to permit aHy M fr, vr
4it, Urk'glns, W btU-. erbekery.
sjaDs or tHUw mjImUh to it thrown
tnH tlw wM strwrfa r MJ- ?
Um f f Olty OrtHMSttw So. XM ho
hams a fine rf lr t -ersush
sod the wUI I Mrwiiy
awI. J. I'. FSIKWJ.,
J .'I If
Salt Lake City An Import
ant Factor inTransson
No one erossing the miititient ran nf
ford lo cut Ball I .ake City from his route.
The attraetfofts of the plme, uirludiu
i lie Mormon TMile, Tabmarle sil
t'burch inatitutfms, the Ureal Hall
l.ako deader ami deiisfr tlisn the Dead
Imki In the Holy I-aml the picturewiue
Mtvlronuient ami the Warm riulpbur
ami Hot Hprmjjf, are greater to the
lusro yard tln any loealily on the
"A minimi! uuiitinent.
'tlie Itlo tlKAJtua WastKHS lln way,
nnrieetliigon the Hast with Ihe Denver
A KloUraiMleaitil Colonulo Midland Hall
wsyasiHion tlwWs.t with the SoulherH
I'iverffUi (Central I ton to) and Oregon
Sliart Line, is the only trsiiacontliientul
line lajUMinirdircvtly through Halt IjkVe
-'iit"au. lL ' " nmmmmirvvmJb
11 . T-0ni.JriDl'iJiawit)mlllnfmtUn
1' AiTkulmriaiil, u Mm, tw.1, aaa -mi .!. nl
FAXM FEATURES! !. iiri.f. h-.
I rw"i rtsiisMi iic.it.,, iurr, Mwii
I uantolna, amt ullirr Wl'lct vntlaa Ly yr-llrl oJ
I ,i.ril tmtmtt; Ht4irlMl If able artitU.uuk II
I lt.tali.aklato.llln rural mvii.im. llialaiMIMarl.au
FAMILY FEATIIIESi 'iJl
I, aM4 t'-xk, "i...l, laanar lk Pa, tea., taaka
Srlit?. .laanaa. r W-r---pTtK3j
Pgdfss ' '" Mlgy
1 FIlEEYEiUIIMKmllalUtAC. j
I aa ihIuw, aa i.ra-vulr.1. iHMiintl.l, wns Urf Ann.
I iCASAoaicvi.-T;BUfrYsialiMaaaaAlifaiMfurlNO. Ilia
f Kraal wa,k la a If eUa4u.ur ttcer.xaadlffaalala Iba
. Wlu.la Worlds A alarbal t-Miaai ComiUla Alaaaf A
Trasaary at SUIIallfai A Htfftrur ifatk aa Ktarr
DablMlofTlBal loUl laialala to AirUallurr, la.
Swrtry, raaaMrr, BiibUAaralra, llMMkM SfAarax
lUa, Hallalaa, and rmriw. II la alM an AUAAO
arralaaSara, Iba MTMlSwr, AtrvaaiUal aU, WlaU
lot Batai aiav vaiaa, ,K,
Mtrtvt Cowmmoiooer nls.1
line passing illrwliy Uirousn tall JJtke
lily. Tlie route thnUKh Salt Uko City
via the HioOsasok Wmtkkx Kailwat
U famous all Ihe tear round. On ae
crtint of the equable eliiMate of Utah
snd Colorado it is Juat as popular In
inter as In summer. Btmd ze to J, D.
Manafleid, 'Ji Washington l..l'orilwl ;
or (ton. V. Heliiti. AsiliiK Oeueral l'as
senxer Agent, Bait Uku Oily, for a eony
of ?'Bslt Ijoiri City tlie City tA the
You can get Just what you want at
Till. KI.ITK STUDIO
Nothing but first class w ork turned out
Thoilnneat Knlsrged Work on the roast.
INBUHANOK, HIIAI. KBTATK
UttU OoKtinarnlat HI Salim Ora
0-J-tf. d.V VT
0 VKHNM KNT POBIT10NB - IWt
prejiaro for any civil service or eotwe
examination without seeing our cafe
loguo of inforuiatlon. Bent f-rre.
toluinblan ..Correspondence Colleam,
UIjtL WANTKIWro leant theprlntiM
trade. Apply at Journal onice. tf
0IO:ctcllTliOAlN,--Hrand new tfret
class ladles' wheel at a baraala fef
cash. Inquire of M., at JoeaAt. oMlee.
11 7 tf
WANTFiD-Women to bind dress vbieMa
at homo. SUndy work; distance
illsAilvantage ask your dealer to show
you hora Ulilelds and Kora Klup hot
supporters. Kora shields snap o
waist without sewing. Bend ll)o. for
catalogue of work. Kora Shield Co.,
6'il Hroome street, New York.
Hotel and thrse
I'OH SA'.Kur rent,
ouarters block, line
No. 71 Chemekcta st,
J, II. T. 'H'THILL Aiiayer
Open Sanitary Plumbing
folllulnliill M-leillllli )irin iples. haaiuii
ferreil on humanity one nf Its gnsitest
hl'aliiifi ltsllmssfeguarii( betilih
by bsnlahuig sewer gss from your dwell
ing reeultlng from bad sewerage iuitr
(Mtdrainsgo. Our work In this lino Is
above roiuiwtltlon. We lit up yixir
honie with pluiublng In any line, ssmJI
as steam and gss tilling ami Im.I WHlr.
(Jur prices give cmluaiit tlafsetl.H
M rOMMtl l.vl
Telephui c N
A LIFIC NAVHI).
rwi SIMMF 1st Y 'T-''"-'--''-' " J
V3J TVs y' u tualUJ 14 yl by a4Jaaale
Our SPECIAL Offer:
Weekly Journtl One Yoar. or Dally 4 months $1.00
Orange JuddFarmer Weekly - - 1,00
Year Book ano Almanac 50
Our Price for alL SL35,
Persons preferring a
and year Uk,
ti nrt ii'. ii ...... .i r..,...
an. .a iiu Tiiii iiiai vi mv.i. wwmh.ii
Wheeler and a uaxetleer of all towns in the slate, eah have It
Ooiitajiiing now uuty ol
iiieuei liter armer
HOPEIt 1IIIO.S., HALKM, Oltt
Or J f Cook, the UotunlcalBpso
t allst, Huooeetle Where Other
To whom it may eouswn -
This is lo eetilfy thai I'xriha I'. Cwi
ner ol M A ugtl preet wi larl'Hi soon
ty. irV'"i hsaiufferud hud, a csneer
OUI growth in the left par tr abotit thiev
yiai ll.egrualh was vulout tnkeaud
hi rned out vurv by Allwny I'hyaielans.
but th- gxiMlh raniu btuk as bad
asevir sod iuiil h-r j lodly that
' she lui t ) taksn frum aoliool. Alter
thae week's Irwiluitiil by Dr. J. r.
Corik, ol i-aliui, Dregen, the Hotanleal
Bcciallsl, the growth enitrvly iIImim
lmred. and at tltLa date, our months
since lOMtnivUt was begun, tltf growth
has not reappiunxl, and the ear has en
tirely healed leaving ouly the scai in
lilrirtl by the Albany doetors,
I hereby certify that the above stats
luent Uabsohitiy I rue, and that Her
tha i'ConntT, the iornori mentioned
hi the afndavlt. has resided in uiyfam.
Hy w early thlldJiW).!, bearing the re
lationship torn of uloce.
II. 0. Loxo.
BulMrlbel and swum to before, roe
this eighth day! June. m. W. W
Hall, etnuily rlerk of Marlon ewtt(ly
WANTCD-ttt Willamette hotel, a itni
class waitress. Wages Jta.9M tea.
and room, 11-t-tt
I'Oll HENT. Desirable roomsi fwf
nlshcd or unfurnished for geuthwM.
Terms reasynable. Call on F. k.
let, 1U0 Commercial street. lfrll-g
FAHM FOll BAI.K.-lOOacres, ht Yasa -hill
county, 76 in ctiltlvatloti, jteee
new buildings which cost about t-im. ,
Price $S:W, half down, balance at
Mir cent, Addss T. T. Yookf,
Whlteson, Oregon. 10 7 $m
llt'YOajFTpATiT-ir your MevstVa
needs rciulra brim It In. wa iaa
the skill and stock to keep It l ssr-si
cIum condlllou. We carry a fswV:
line ni sumirica ami mako a siwisi
ity or cnaiuellug-como ami see ih.
wu satisfy our patrons. Uarauer
Wluto, aJ Llbeity sticet. Hulmsvni
block, next door tt. steam laundry.
Phono sm. l-t
I'JUSK CLKANhui- IteuwwWr
that tho best and chciptit car-si
paper la tho heavy felt paper toW
AOIi.NT'B "OUTFIT i'KBK.-.Krelsjtit
paid, credit given for selling tha U-h
set of Instructive, entertalnus ;
I'liltlHTM.VB 1I0OK8, gra,ld fee
ehlldren of all ages, at the lowest
prices ever kiipwn. 60 rent itotk,
itinUhiliig beautiful Illustrated poiti J
of Mini's 1'raysr, only 15 ceafs;ft
UxtU 35 rents; I.G0 hook 60 cents
pit) book 7A cents, Libera! com
miaalim lo agents, FKHOUBIOX
1'UISriNOCO. Itonmt(l, FergtwoM
Huildlng, Cincinnati, Ohio. IMS last
CKltrAIN builK-For (Mseuia in f
worst form. Addrvss with stamp. '
Hox 05, Talhuan, Oregon. 10 31 liu
A mslTlVF. CUllK-For all female
trouble, free for stamp, Address ,
llos i9,rallHin, Orojwn, 1031 las "
liidies Frm HjimcA
UIPM'I, ."Mllllifk IUII.
It. 21 Mllwauluw, Wis.
ulalor, ntuiiot fall. Mrs,' II. Ilowawi
Oet a Bonis; ,
Hm'lilerlokvlat of the J
Ailof Health, aavnthatt
iJ.!-; ..il.f.. .r?. . . i . i
iwr uiaimrt-iaiii. lor iv.
p'leW fevsTrvAlTidheria, smalhior; or any
saalufll'Uae.ai.la llls.at.-S t tliiAsk 'lilna-.-t V...?
-'rssav-cri-r msevw-v, sss JIIu i'Wl
II IlielilAw Hta'e Agrnt, Fslem.Qr
Stone's Drue Storet
S. C, STONB, R a
HAMMf, ORROOM J
iwtntsq to number) aro laaa4 a
xu m stv4 to. Coaiaeielil atiaai, ss4 aaat
aril a(4ki with a tilat U 4nw
iWI-Ium, tll aitWu, (Mfjusaaaf,
laa aata mtj "
Ilea bail aomaMyaaft siysrlem MM
Mr i( niaieliMai sow siss M eSssssM
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i. nuHiviiMLTAWi ran,
M4kr$pcf)lll-M c lK
Tlie snn never shone est
ritla than he grows, CateloejsttJ
tn reuruary. rsfta poassu Mr
.-1 tl l.lb .., U 11 A .
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