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Mentis tod air, and whether It EtMBttlV jfO Haith
cornea Xrritti the low lnnda apd
wfersheS of the country, or the filthy sewers nnd drain pipes of the cities
tld towns, its effect upon the human system is the same
Thwe atmospheric poisons arc prcauieu into me innga aim iaccn up
LtialiliMtil. mid the foundation of some lone, dobilitntinir illness is laid.
aflla Mui frvpr. citron fe dvsneosia. tornld nnd enlnnred liver, kidney
aaaIF -- m-m f -p -, M. A - I , V, .. f f 4
troBhles, jaundice nnd biliousness nre lrcquentiy uue 10 mat invisiDic joe,
M alarm, tfoxtoua gases and unhealthy matter collect in the nystcm because
the liver and kidneys fail to act, nnd are poured into the blood current until
it becoiuwJ so polluted and sluggish that the poisons Htetally break through
the skin, ami carbuncles, boils, abscesses, ulcers and various eruptions- of an
indolent character appear, depicting the system, nnd threatening life itself.
Thcgcmn nnd poisons that sooppress and weaken the body and destroy
the ijfe-giving properties of the blood, rendering it thin and watery, must
be overcome and carried out of the system before the patient-can hope to
gtt rid of Malaria and its effects,
S. o. S. uoes tills ana quickly prouuecs an enure
change in the blood, reaching everyorgan nnd stimu
. i Vxv V". intinc them to vigorous, henlluv action. S. S. S.
possesses not only purifying but tonic properties,
and the general health improves, and the appetite
increases almost from the first do&e. There is no Mercury, Potash, Arsenic
or1 other mineral in S. S. S. It is strictly and entirely a vegetable remedy,
Write us about your case, and our physicians will gladly help you by
their advice to regain your health. Book on blood and skin diseases sent
free THE. SWIFX SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta, Geu
And fhral decorations have al
ways occupied first place in
floor and wall ornamentation.
Here- man's genius draws from
nature's most profuse fountain
of beauty, and skillfully traces
nature's most exacting forms
and colors. We sell the very
best patterns from the fore
most mills of the country,
having sold the product of the
factories for ten years we know that they are reliable. Ex
amine oui line before buying.
A-iVl ' k 'TVs'
the determination and nbllltyftto exe
cute?. Bo tho Republicans mayplatform nil
right and yet not perform.
LIOHT 18 A NECESSITY.
Alderman Orlswold has rendored a
service to the city nnd Uio community
In bringing to notice tho possibility of
owning a light plant by tho city.
Light has come to be a necessity for
rich and poor, for business man, mnn
ufacturcr and residences, besides be
ing a prime necessity at night to keep
good order on tho streets and repress
Wator, light, clean streets and Han
ltnry conditions arotho prlmo requi
sites of life In any city, and rights, to
thoso neccsBllloa should be Jealously
guard od aud protoctcd for all Uto people.
The House Furnishing Go.
803 Goni'l t., jjext to Post ofllco. Stores at Halo in and Albany
THE 0AIL1T JOURNAL
Msnbcr Northwest Aftermon Newspaper
BY HOFER BilOTHBtlS.
WEDNESDAY, APttIL 2, 1002.
Dlly One Year, $4,00 la Advance.
Dally Three Months $1,00 In Advance,
Dally by Carrier 50 cents Per Month.
WitklyO.it Yeir $1.00 In Advaoc
SALEM'S LIVE BU8INE8S MEN.
A fact that la mowing moro and
tnoro npparont Is tliat flalom'a busi
ness men aro n liberal not of men,
when It comos to public ontorprlsos,
nnd-thoy go down lu their pocltots for
cash evory tlmo something of genuine
morlt la noodod. Salem Is rapidly
growing In importunco as a trado con
tro, and our busliioss inon, instond of
trying to simply reap tho bunofit of
tho tidal wttvo of prosporlty, nro glad
to fostor It by paying llborally for
whatovor is going to provo of real ben
efit to tho town. This faot was again
demonstrated last wook whon tho
coramlttou raised tto fund for tho Jinx
mill wator powor. Thoy frouly sub
scribed moro Uian was aslod, know
Ing that good uao would bo made of It,
and 'thoy aro always ready to do whnt
" ls.for Uio roal good of tho placo. Of
course, tbera nro rlways a fow In ev
ery community who aro too penurious
to holp along nnyUilng of n publio
nature, Thoy llvo for Uiomaolvos only,
and their circle of lulluonco becomoa
BojBuiallthnt nome day, whon thoy nro
' tobo burled, thoy will havo to "walk
to their own funeral," us tho paradox
ical Irishman oxproaaod It
Balom is just now at tho purling of
tho ways In Uio mutter of hor future
growth, and groatnosB. Sho can ollhor
ateyAwhero aho Is, vegetnto and decay,
or jiho 'can put on now llfo, as eho
seems to bo doing, and forgo uhoad In
me not ton yoars us Is eoldoni tho
privilege of a capital city. It is grot-
flying undor tho clroumstancos, to
know that wo havo business men who
havo tho disposition to go forward,
I men who will push nnd lift unUl Uio
$ greatest poalbllltiNt havo beau real.
WHAT 18 THERE TO POLITIC87
Tho Question mny como tip In tho
mind of man, woman or any two-log
gcd political holng, what is there to
According to n Portland authority
with a great many people, who nro In
nocent of nny other sourco of onllght
onmont, It Is to bo explained In this
"And now," sayH tho Salem Journal,
"Tho Orogonlan Is explaining tho dlff
oroncon between tho two factions at
Portland." Mistake. Tho Oregonlan
Is not trying to explain. It Is not nec
essary to explain. Everybody knows
MfltVMfflTATffcito' nffiMl' aSM'jRO
ono Uint has boeu riding hitherto, tlmo
out of mind, doesn't want to give tho
othor a turn."
"Tho ono Uint has boon riding docs
not want to glvo tho othor ono n turn."
That Is all thero In to politics.
That Is all tho whole state Is torn up
ovor, holding corrupting primaries, log
rolling nBsomblagcs of trickery, called
conventions, and an nxpeuslvo elec
tion campaign for four months.
Tho follow in tho saddle don't want
to lot the fellows who want to ride the
boast of burden, colled tho taxpnyor,
havo their turn.
That's all thero Is to political
PRIMARIE8 AT 8T. PAUL.
Tho city of St. PauI hold a primary
election a fow days ago undor Uio now
Minnesota stato law, and it would bo
well If our lawmakers would give tho
mattor their attontlon and noUco what
cxcollont features of that law might bo
Incorporated Into our own stntutos to
good advantage Tho city of Minneap
olis had provlouBly tried tho experi
ment of making pollUcal nominations
by a popular vote, and Uio result
caused so much gonoral satisfaction
that Uio legislature applied tho plan to
all elections, savo for stato officers,
throughout all Minnesota. Tho chair
man of the Republican city commlttoo
of SL Paul Is delighted with tho now
system of primaries, and Bays Uio
mothod works to porfccUon. It glvos
evory man a chance, and men who
havo no show In a machine raanagod
convenUon aro ablo to securer justlco
In a primary of this sort
In St. Paul thoro aro to bo elected at
tho coming election-a mnyor, controll
er, treasurer, two municipal Judges,
nlno assemblymen at largo, elevon
ward aldermen, two Justices and two
constables, and It was to secure can
didates for tlioflo positions that tbo
primaries woro hold. As it happened
In this lnstonco, only two parties ap
pear to hnvo boon represented In tho
petitioning to tnnko up tho primary
tlckots, but thoro woro six candidates
for mayor on tho Republican tlckot
and two for mayor on tho Domocrntlc.
Whon primary day camo tho usual
polling places woro opon, and In
chargo of tho same Judges as would
bo tho) on an election day. As each
voter camo into the polling station ho
asked tho Judgo for a Hopubllcan or
Domocrntlc tlckot, according to his
party afllllntlon, entered tho booth to
mark his ballot, nMd deposited It in
tho ballot box In Uio usual mannqr.
Tho law raiulros that all parties shall
hold their primaries on tho snmo day,
and at Uio same placo, so thoro Is no
ohanco of Democrats packing a Ho
publlcan primnry, or vlco voraa. Ore
gon lu In neod of sorno such System,
10 ,AAn rc Wll
MAMMOTH GRAPE VINtt.
A'VInd Eight Inches In Diameter and
Nearly 300 Feet Long.
pose," said ho, "thoro Is any enso so
disreputable that you would not tato
It upT" Mac. looked him over coolly
and drawled out? "Say, Dill, What
havo you been doing,
tn oiliir words u- HoIIt'iihcek enmo in yestorday
in other woruB Uom lho Waterv,0 country nnd gavo
Spring Fever I us tho following data concerning an
TJin a few! extraordinary Concord grape vine up
Iofps f tho there that people living In less produc
tive countries mignt consider quite a
This grape vino was put out by J. T.
Donaldson abput twenty years ago,
and has grown to be a vine of the fol
lowing propertions: Its diameter at
the baso Is eight Inches nnd It divides
Into Ave prongs, ono 35 foot In length,
ono CO, anoUior CO, another C2 and tho
Last year ovor a thousand pounds
of luscious grapes grew on this vine,
nnd It has not been known to produco
loss than flvo hundred pounds a year
for several years, Eugene Ilosister.
illltoiC It nil!
tiir up tbo
ircr and msko
you Ifcel bitter
JFiye Dollar safiox
The Price Cut No Figure With
"I want to say for tho bdnoflt of
sorno poordyspoptlc that Stuart's Dys
pepsia Tablets will glvo comrort aud
a auro uvory Umo. Flvo dollars a box
would not stop my purchasing them
should I over suffer again as I did for
a week boforo using them.
Tho one BO-cent box I bought at my
druggist's did tho work, and my di
gestion Is all right again.
Many of my neighbors havo also
tried theso tablots and found them to
ho Just as represented, and Mr. Ellms
also wants mo to imc his namo In on-
Away last summer tho literary em
ployes of tho Chemawa Indian school
hosted tho Industrial employes of that
Institution In a gumo of basoball, the
prlzo being an oyster supper, and last
night, desplto tho lapso of tlmo,, Uio
defeated party rcdoomed their ropu
tntlon by putting up such a feast as
has rarely boon seen In thnt placo.
FRgg CltY' DELIVERY.
Eugene Potsofflce Wllhlnstall'thirBer.
vice duly 1st.
Postmaster McComack was in re
ceipt of ofllclol advice this morning
from First Assistant Postmaster-General
J. M. Mastep Uiat free delivery of
malls from tho Eugene postoiTlco
would bo installed Tuesday, July IsL
Tho houses throughout the city havo
been numborcd, In anticipation of the
frco delivery system, nnd our people
are ready for tho Inauguration of tho
wolcomo servIce-anoUior conveni
ence consequent to our growth as a
U. S. BARKER KILLED.
A First-Class Market.
Wo are offering tho finest lino pf.
shoulders, hams, bacon, smoked
meats, picnic hams 'and lino sausagos
and lard ovor shewn In this
Under a Train of Cars Near Le-
land Monday Night.
An accident costing tho llfo of U. S.
Dnrkor, of Drain, occurred near tun
nel No. 9, In Joscphlno county, Monday
night. Young Barker, ngod about 21
years, with Lestor Rltchey, of Drain,
was on routo to Klamthon, Cal., beat
ing tholr way on a frolght train. Dark
er was hidden at tho end of a lumber
car, and, seeing a brokoman approach
ing, attempted to chango his position.
In doing so ho lost his hold and foil
beneath tho wheols. Doth legs and
ono arm woro cur off, yet ho lived
about two hours. Tho body was
brought back to Drain on Uio local
train today. Itoscburg Rovlew:
It takes less than 600 congressmen
to Introduce 20,000 bills.
Dr. C. W. Roberts, oyo specialist, at
city, tho Cottage, leaves Saturday morning.
The Bicycle Boom
Is on Again
othor man's poloon,
It Is a poor rulo that won't woik at
least four or flvo ways.
Tho slato campaign
over, nil hut tho voting.
WHAT WILL BE THE RK8ULTT
Tho Hopubllcan stato platform will
undoubtedly demand sorno kind of sal
ary reform, but, Judging from tho
character of tho convention, It may
fall to baok up Its utterance with men
who will carry It Into effect.
In Marlon county Uio Hopubllcnn
convention did Its full duty in doolar
Ing for salary reform nnd busluesa ad
ministration. Thoy did Uils both in,
platform, and then again by resolu
Tho Republicans of Marlon county
hnvo done somethlug besides mora
platform talk. Thoy have, by tholr
doods, shown whnt they could do by
oarrylng thoso principles Into offeot In
this county, and heaping their pledges
to tho letter.
That Is a record which Inspires con
fidence. If tho stato platform merely
talks right aud puts up men who. do
uot eare, who will never oxocuto, Uio
state house nxtravacmico will go on.
liVM lllllillllnn il. I...1 ft.!.. ...... I..
Tho governor of Iowa has vetoed nn
nntl-rallroad morgor law.
A cheorful Vormontor has Just
passod his 112th birthday.
Who will tho bnnd-aoranado tonight
T. T. (leer or U. F. (llltnor?
' Tho prwsontaUoa of a Shakespear
ean play at Salem will mark a new era
y in tho development of publio taste.
About ten years ago Ilandmonn gave
this town about a week of tho lussic
jcHgUsh drama, on his way homo from
Australia,, to housw of doaia popple.
j Binco Uien elocution tewmora hava
i bwi roquestml not to glvo readings
k from SkRksspeare in costumo by some
" ef ureot4rian nolioges,
A "The Tamljig of Uio Shrew" Is to be
fitven at tho Grand Opora lfouao, at
Slem, tmt wek, it is hoped, under
dlJfereut conditions ns to public
J- Tim play will be read lu tho mwn
tl !y.,iBoro pawl than nny ono
-0 lok )u ue ofly. Noxt to the Ilible.
Utaraie.ttA Imnlr tn nntuiiinii In Clr.m
, -. --i.---T.-W"3: wi. wr uy..f.,y. ,. r?ftgW.
-M m a lakwwire'e plays.
AMMwy eentltiviea to take tha lead
i Mae. YHllty. Yoeterday young
j ,W4vr tkU lty rdvW bttl pi
i" hNLJkfm AetalnViM'iHJf town far a
rur iiisianoo. uto last iiionninl re
port of tho secretary of stato recom
mauds some very good things in tho
way of now laws to ralso rovoiiun. nut
nil such bills were defeated.
It Is ono Uilng to "rosolutoM nlao
nnd talk right; It Is another matter
to put men into such places who have
For tho sake of saving odd
pennias don't buy nn inferior
emulsion whon you really need
i uu tuuerence in price is
ponnie. The diiTcrence in re
sults is pounds-pounds of
mv Hash and days of!
Sorno mou nro too proud to -come
back, oven If thoy aro whistled for.
It Is bad onoughto send a hlll-col-lector.
Hut to soud ono smoking a bad
cigar, is wurso.
A SalOIll barborsllOII linn nhnnirml
hands, but tho fish and gamo yarns
have not changed a partlolo.
In sooloty It Is only Uio shoddy peo
ple who havo enough rustle to tnnko
anythlug a howling success.
Tho Room nro always willing to
send delegates to u penoo conference,
but they keop right on lighting Just tho
Well, so long as Portland has Uio
ability (o manage tho wholo -thing,
whufs tho uso of the rest of tho state
doing anything? I
dorstng Shunt's Dyspopsla Tablets.
Signed. A .Ellms and Chas. F. H un
roll, Assistant Postmnster, South Sud
Mrs. Ja8. Dnrion, of Toronto, Can.,
writes: "For olghtoon months I
BUfforcd from whnt I supposod was
bladdor trouble and took modlclno
from thr'o different doctors, without
any sign of euro. I folt so 111 at last I
was hardly ablo to do my work.
"I thought I would try a box of Stu
ait's Dyspepsia Tablots, and boo If
Uiey would make ma fool better, nover
really thinking I had dyrtpepsla, but
Inft.ir Mlrnn nr fnilr tnlitnta liml tinnn
rairtm-uirtlio fcett TrouWos dlsajv
I'Poarod, and Uion I discovered that I
mill HLMii iiVHuniiHin. iviiiin nn. rinctnni
had boon treating mo for kldnoy and
bladdor troublo, and ono of them
trontod mo for rhoiimatlsm.
"My digestion Is lino, my complex
ion clear, nnd I nin nblo to do my
woik, nnd low spirits aro unknown
"I am so thankful for finding a euro
bo good, and so pleasant to tako as
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablots. I am sur
prised at tho chaut;o thoy havo made
All druggists sell and rocommonrt
Stunrt'a Dyspopsla Tablots, because
thoy contain only Uio Blmplo natural
dlgosUves, and, taken after moals, pro
vent acidity and causo prompt diges
tion and asslmllaUon of food.
Physicians ovorywhoro ndorso them
because thoy aro as eafo for Uio child
as for tho adult; thoy aro Invaluable
for sour stomach, nervous dyspopsla,
heartburn, gas on stomach and bowols
tnnd ovory form of stomaoh dornncn.
Dut It Is not tho samo sort of "boom' that provnllcd a few years ago.
It's nn intelligent boom this time.
People nro not buying blindly or riding bicycles simply becauso It Is tho
fad or fashion to rh'o them, nor to seo how far or how fast or how many
miles thoy can rldo.
Thoy rldo becauso thoy now reallzo that tho blcyclo Is a healUi-glvor, a
pleasure-promoter hocauso thoro is nothing olso thnt affords such invigorat
ing, ovory-roady and economical means of obtaining that outdoor oxorclso
and chango of scono that counts for so much In tho woll holng of mankind.
Tho peoplo now lndulgo In "bicycling becauso It Is n tonic becauso It
onablos thorn to think clearer, hit harder, sloop sounder and feel better
Tho causos of tho "new boom" ought to Interest nnd awakon YOU nnd
Impol you to learn why so many of t,hoso who havo ronowod tholr cycling
nctivity havo purchased Columbia or Hartford bicycles. Wo aro In position
ot both toll you and show you why thoy did so; and wo'll bo awfully glad to
do It, too.
OTTO J. WILSON
135 Court Street-
We have a nuporlor artlclo In tho wsy-of-Canada. and-.Blue PiURilon
Field Peas, and our prices are tho loweit going,
W o nre prepared to furnish Folsy nnd Defiance seed wheat In any
amount SPELTZ If you'Wnurn'grainnhnfr wJllunakc ndargo-qcan
tlty ol feed try Hpelz.
LAND PLASTER AND FERTILIZER-Remeinber that we aro headquarters for
anything in this line.
SAYAGB & RBI13
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THE FLORENCE SANATORIUM
A dret-claeH piivato hospital for the treatment of cbrouic.and surgical
casue. Uullt the pan year especially for the purpose -for which itis
ueed. Convenentlv located within lour blocks ol tho business part
of tbo city. The "most modern furnishings nnd latest appliances
tlrouichout tho building. Heated by hot water and lighten by gas
and electlclty Here tho sick cab have tho comforts of an elegant
primte homo, combined with all the advantages of a general hospital
without the nolne, conluBion, and publicity attending One. Outside
pbysciaiiB bringing caeea in treated with tho greatest courtesy, and
nsHieted in operations if requested. For terms and.lurtber inlorma
tlonwrite or apply peibonaily.
R. CARTWRIGHT, M. D. SUPT.
VISITORS WELCOMED BETWEEN 2 AMD 4 P. M
...TBY- OUR NEW- GOTO..,
Cheese Sandwich. Long Branch Cracker;. Snow Drop
Crackers, Oysterettes, Butter Wafers,5 LemonjWafers,' Graham
Harritt & Laojrbncb
Old Post Ofllco Grocery.
is whon the building huslncestWill be in
full swing. II you haven't given your
orders for your lumbor requirements it
will pay you to got estimates 'from
Uoodalo Lumbor Co., for any and all
kinds ol lumbor for out or inside work.
lalb, shinglesaRh, doorsY blinds and
everything nccdod in this line.
Goodale Lumber Co.
Near 8, P. Paes'r. depot. Phono 051 ,
Worth of 80 pound steel rails, SO new locomotives, I
mm j j hcyy tudtuei), mair cars, aining ana
cafe cars Is the record of the
Dill-Inn (lm rm.f .... ..... .!.... I. .1.. . . . .
-- b i'v j"-, uianiii ii wiu mom mouern nnu up-to-lato rallrond -t
O b'i"' nTr"Vpnl Ve 1 naml r"ty t,,e fln08t fqn&nentm, earth fl
Ooaet Pae. Agt , Loa f Angeles", 6al. " W1"""' IWIU0 fi
& f. (5oo6e
Salem's Greatest House Furnishing Department
The great inert ase of freight shipments received at Sa
em is 'due to the large yales of Charter Oak stoves, made bv
the sole agent in thib city.
A Juicy Morsel for
Or dinner you can enjoy from ono of our
tender and delicious meats, Bleaks, Istib
or mutton chops' veal cutlets or pork,
Our meats aro all cut from tho fattest
and nrunnst cattlo, and wo can supply
your tablo with fresh, nutritious and
wholesome meats at bod reck pricos.
e, c, cross-salem;ore
w z raasz-i
! ML W
I S -. riMi. fen g .
Making an April Fool
Sometimes amuses the humorouely
Inclined, but wo never play practical
jokes, we so on laying tho samo beau
tiful finish and faultless color on the
shirt (routs, collars and nuffi, of every
ono that sends their laundry work here,
' and wo never fool you. Promptness
careful handling nnd beautiful laundry
work is our method. Try tho new work.
Salem Steam Laundry
COLO.tKL J. OLMSTED, PR0PMBT0B.
nonous u olmbtbd, mob.
i bono 411 320 Liberty Street
Tho Woman's Olub will bo lutorost
1 In "Taming of tho Shrow." Thoro
nro sorno men In this town who newt
i j tr"-titSt J SLH
"The Kptsre jwg In the round hole"
i--ic Muare x?g in uie roiuia nolo"
fiuuriftixelv exnresfw-a tin- uu nf ihmh.
Only about ?CO0 was wanted for tlm' ""Milted to the desiml end. A great
flax mill water power fund, but Sa-I llmty P0!'10. w!' "axe Iwen cured of
...New York Millinery Parlors...
317 COMMORCIAL STREET.
NO FORMAL OPENING. BUT READY FOR BUSINESS - Rich thing in
" " vkuiccbv conecuon oi line ready-to-wear bats and ladles
hats and bonnets. Neweet ideas aud moet nmmni .rvi,.0 1 n i.
-,- ,r.v, w mui nuK
For that Tired Feeling
In spring's balmy Uays thoro Is noth
ing that stimulates and touchos tho
spot llko a good glass of homo-mado
boor. It Is browod from tho host malt
and hops, nnd Is solatlvo, tonic and
Invigorating. In tho spring tlmo it is
ospoclally grateful to tho palato and
tho genoral health. If you try a caso
of Salem boer you will nevor bo with
out It. ,
JYlrs.-M. Beck, Prop.
for good measure
Direct nomination at tho primaries
nutrition by the use of Dr. Iherce's Golden
Medical I)lscoervd : "Wetnml iiumv
iiiediciucs with only teiiiornry benefit.
,. . w ,,;; kzs : sunA z&tfvg' a
... .W...U..H Uia nuR, mm ll0 poopio """in a compicio anu lasitug cure."
would have had sonuithlng to say.
SaUim luoruhtmU aro long Buffering
aud good natured, but ovory tlmo a
now subscription list for a genuine Im
provement comas around thoy dig un
a llttitt more,
Salem's council la unanimously In
favor of pushing for n power alto to
furnish tho city electricity, and It be
gins to look as though wo might havo
moro light on public matters yet
It U llltdoubtedlv true that I)r llfm.
tiolden Medical Dikcoery holds the rec
ord for the perfect and permaueut cure
of iudigottiou and other diteaMs of the
Mouiueh uud swoemte! organs of dlgo
tlou nnd nutrition. It is not a palliative.
It cure the cause of dlMAe aud builds
up tho Inxly with solid healthy lleh, uot
w"11 '. ".'l W""' I tW mi wht Ir.
incrvc' lUJileu Medical Dltwcry aaj 1'clltti
lim ilotie for ine, wriin Mr. T M Paliurr. of
I'm4c, Kauttiiau Co.. Tuu "Two stft xo 1
jhh Ukcu wllh HomscU anj bowel trvMiUc
llxtrylhlng- I t wouM pU we in dUtreu. I
Uvl I wo vrMklou tullk and tta lhl rair m.
Ila. I fell though f vrould Mre lo drath
ITvrte doctom altcndnl rue one uld I had d.
CLOVER SEED Special prices 'for a short tim
SEED WHEAT a choxe supply.
FIELD PEAS a cut in the price.
LAND PLASTER at the lowest prices in the city.
KW Call aud get our prices.
...BREWSTER & WHITE...
MfcDMEW AND SEEDSMEN. Salem. Oreeon
91 Court St-
The FRIEDMAN Stock
removed to 307 Court.
Street, Opposite Post
Office. ':-: :-: :-
All Ladies Who Buy
SARGENT GEM FOOD CHOPPER
finds tho follewing:
Tho world is a bundle of hay,
biauVlud aro tho asses who pull;
Kaeh, tugs It a different way.
Auddho oatwrt of all is iehn Hull."
I A Bftleni lawyer, who takes sotuj.
, "Jetty iard, cass, xim a rt&itaurtuit
s4 fr r sBtu. taunKoyitsw.tha gth day wheu a
K.OTY& Bwvt'.tuMitn i.jpwlgfNir. rr,1'"l wU'roaobed Mm. "I UonlOtui-
trWftth pud comfort?
"J'hoso who have lost flesh
can rognin it more quickly by
moans of Scott's Emulsion
thnn In any other way.
i rt'?J "I? ",lJ " the Honuch and
tawrU, Ttey atlcmltvt wc (one at a lime) for
A friend who wad hi. Uyrou oloao iur7.r.
I grew M wk aud uervoua my heart would
....,, i tvuin nut uu uy kiuuoi won NOW
j (.vaudouiyhouu work tery well; aw xaiaiar
'" $ ibtntk. and can cat aojthtuirl
Accept no substitute for Dr. Pierce's
vioiiieu aieutcai uucovery.
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser U sent w on receipt of tanips
pay expense of milling Vy. Seiid
ai one cejif atamps for the paper covered
book, or 31 atauip for the cloth bound
wUf, -Address Dr, r, y. Pierce, Buf.
Are pleased with it, and they will pass along the
word that the Gem is an indispensable kitchen
utensil, that it is useful daily, that there is nothing
like it for preparing substantial and dainty dishes,
that it adds to home economy by utilizing "left
overs," Housekeepers want Sargent's Gem Food
Chopper as scon as they hear of it. ? $
R. M. WADE & C.
New Millinery Department
Now Open at Greenbaum's
Pretty, dainty, very desirable millinery trimmed and
untrimtned hats in all the latest.sty.les. Spiclal attention
given to children's goods.
Greenbaum's iDry GoodssStore
Next Door to tho rostofllo.