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H I "Lst tlw GOLD DUST twins do your work." I
BHV j I m&&& Washing dishes in tho old way -3 times a day, 109G times a year,
BBH: , H JmjJKF year In and year out means drudgery.
II ST GOLD OUST I
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'la , H V -"fie"ti 5S"K?1t?2 trreaso and grlmo , makos dishes shine llko a new dollar. H
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' IS I Mado my h THE N K' FA1RBANK COMPANY,
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Members Northwest Afternoon News
What tho Premiums JIro Like
nimnoml "C" Rouu M'rniiixira cflti Iw osclmnitMl for
oil ftortniit ucful mid uttnu live nrille,
Our llhutrulPd lool. iln-nrll)liii- all niwl .loturfnir
inj-nr of Uii.- j.nmlum-i l mhu on rtximwi A ihwUiI
Hi- "ri,!,rJt J"1J '"."''"w ' wli'H Hie ITfiiiliiiiiM urn
Mo. uml how rnally tuny wn je Mmurl, n.ito tliU llU
rir!0 Winpiier-t: ft Inch Nut rrnplinrH. mnde nf iwl,
rvatruiwj dllMtutr IMim. uiiorte.nolor,orOi-i!iiu.
lold Ilalr PIiih. lnriii mIm.
llMfhnll. or IHII. Jolntixl itiut ilroMMt.
iimmn uiiim or Horn 1'lllotr
1'nr M WrPim!
'(ollwiUtau'' Pl""l',r B'ulw,i Koeliwttor Lump, or
ia fnr ut hok' -NOW, wlilU jw ililnk f it.
Premium DcpU Tho CudJhy racking Co., So. Omihi, Neb.
Daily One Year, $4.00 In Advance.
Dally Three Months, $1.00 In Advance.
Dally by Carrier, CO Cents Per Month
Weekly One Year, $1.00 In Avance.
Qod Will Sprinkle Sunshine.
Jnmmi Whltcomb Klli'y.
If you mIioiiIi! hi-- a follow-iiifin with
troulilf-'n llnK uiifurlwl,
An' l(KkliiK likt lie didn't liuvtt h frlutul
In nil the world,
Clo up uml --lap lit in on th hack, uml
hollar, "How d' do?"
And KntHp IiIh hand tH) warm Iih'II
know ho Ims u frluud In you.
Thou ax him whnt'H u-hurtln' lilin, an'
IuiikIi IiIh rnroii away,
And toll ti I tn that tho darkoat uluht Ik
JiihI haforH the day.
Don't talk In Hnivtijiinl paluvor, hut
day It right out loud,
That (toil will RiirliiklH wiiimIiIiio In tho
trail of -miry I'louil.
Thin world lit limit In hut a lumh of
plwiMuru ami of pain;
Home iliiya aro lirlaht and miiiuy, and
koiiiii art mIihiIiwI with rain,
Ami that'M JiiHt how It outtlit to bo, fm
when IIih cloinls toll by.
We'll know Just how to 'prttulnto tht
In1lit ami hiiiIIIuk rtky.
Ho learn to tako It an It coiikm, ami
don't sweat at tha wxm
llwaii-w tho l.onl'n opinion ilown't (-
liicldo with yourM;
Hut alwuyn kwip remumbuilii', when
carwi your path tuiiluViuil,
That (tod Iiiim IoIh of MiiutdiluH to spill
Imhlud tht- cloud.
ThUitcnuturol on orery mx of tb nnnltia
77TMtrfllio twitMlo hi www mM In ..mm ,l-
IIIH vorlt'Ot Ohorry HiHwlwr doos
not oruaii tiio oliurry or oauso
nuy loss ol Iuuhi; n prnatlsal
niiiulilno lor Iiiiko, siiiull or OitN
imrnm oiitrriut. inn fowl oxirut intc mIv in 1ia- irf n ry,i nu, .,j- i
kulluilrWM tho swd Into out. dish J . "'... .r . . ,Kt "Ml Uttdw ,k
ODJECTION8 TO A SPECIAL
The Journal Is In receipt of a let
ter frtnn a prtimliiMit attiHiivy In Urn
uUIIti (Hiuiily, who pi-MMiiU all that
ran lie wild iiRitiiiit holding a Hpeclnl
hmiiIoii. I In wtyH:
"After rniivaMluK the subject with
many or our riUmls In thin community
wo have anlvetl at the conchmliHi
that It Is not wum to call the IvkIiIk
tur tohw. We think that the
amendment to the coimtltutlou can Ih
tuifon-wl without tlila, and that what
HSHleaitlon may Iw , iieceMary can
Hwult the regtilar Mloti In January
"As to 'Hat salaries for the trttw of
Stem, we have eoMaldcrtHl that sub-
Jt very cluswly, aud haw concluded
Uml there a uo rwwm wk) the ml
arles trf tbe atato tiWceni cannot Im-I
nklucml durtHK Ih.Mr term, at leaai
there U tiothlUK to pnvwit It. espeel
' apoolal somslon to put It Into Immedl
ato offoct and operation.
The Umatilla lawyer soya tho not
salary' refoi m can he obtained nt the
regular session, but Immediately adds
that It will piotmbly Involve the sub
ject In lltlrntlon. Wo do not llko the
principle of tlnkorlns; with a man'a
salary after !) has taken the ofllco to
which he was elected. It is a favorite
scheme of the Democratic politicians
to have the fcoa and perquisite ques
tion thrown Into the courts. Many of
them hope to make political capital
out of It and embarrass the supremo
court itself. This wm a favorite
scheme of the Democratic candidate
for secretary of stato who published
u li ttr sayhiK he would take the mat
ter Into the courts but wns not wllllnK
to i ay that lie would serve as secro
tar tf state If elected for a fixed Oat
rt.ilit.y The politicians of both parties
hope to Involve the matter In litiga
tion, knowing that they may win out
on technicalities find et court deci
sions to sustain ' the present system.
If a lint aalary Is enacted at a special
Ht-fMlou, in accord with all the politi
cal platforms. In accord with the ex
proHsed will of the iieople. and In ac
cord with the very spirit of the new
amendment to the constitution, the
official class would have to sue against
the new law and could not win on a
technicality but would have to win on
merit and that they could never ac
complish. Do yoti sco the. nlKKcr In
The lawyer raises last of all the ob
jection to a special session on the
ground of great oxponse. A full twen
ty dny's session need not cost ovor
$10,000 to $12,000 and the siivlng
therefiom would be Immedlnte anil In
the Hint six mouths would amount to
more than tho spelal session, and by
KlvltiK tho people n. club over the reg
ular session they would save the peo
ple ten time as much.
A lawyer In Kiilein who is Just ns
Kood n lawyer as any lawyer In the
state Hon. Tllnioii I'ord says with
a Hat salary law and direct legislation
put Into effect, state taxes would come
down one half Inside of four yenrs.
as the stato i avenues required the
present year amount to ovor $1,100,000
the taximyers would wive over half
n. million u year at the end of the
present term of the state olllclals.
. The Journal has shown conclusively
that a Hat salary law alone would save
at least fifty thousand dollars a year.
Is not that worth IioIiIIiik a special
session for? It Is fortunate for the
peoplo that there aro some lawyers
who take a broader view of this mat
ter ami aro willing to see a great re
form InauKiirated In it way that will
not Involve the stato and the people
In costly litigation A Hat salary law
enacted at u special session would
put (lie feo grnhliHi-M on tho defensive.
At the regular session a law touching
their compensation will put the people
on at a disadvantage.
Dost the child can only paruany '-
THE OREGON DELEGATION.
Will Itcosevelt huve the Oiogon del
ogutlon to the next national conven
Hecause Oroti vory soldom sonds
a delegation of positive men who have
minds of their own to a national con
vention The men who stood for positive
ciunlltlos In Oregon Republicanism
have nearly all beon retired.
The tiaders In spoils and tralllckors
In oHlce are In tho saddle, and will
send men there to stand In.
The field will bo against Roosevelt,
nnd Oregon will bo In the field to down
a positive man.
If Roosevelt Is renominated It will
be without the aid or consent of Ore
gon from present Indications.
Mr. Hnnna will handle most of tho
Southoin state delegations. Ho will
contest Ohio nnd the territorial votes.
Ho will fight Inch by Inch for control
of the national convention. All the
lloatlng and trimming elements will
lie "for sale."
Under the proaont combination Ore
gon will be cast In the scnlo "for all
ihe Is worth," but she will not go to
RotMHjvcIt, we prophesy.
Snlem has achieved an honest gov
ernment. Taxes nnd debt have been
wiped out, and revenues nro Increas
ing. Marion county tins achieved an hon
est city government. Taxes have beon
reduced, debt wiped out nnd revenues
Is there a good leasnii under heaven
and existing In the mind of a sane nnd
patriotic citizen why tho same result
shall not be obtained by the applica
tion of the same principle In our stnto
No. Then why not do it?
Shall the whole state ho held up to
the continuance of an Irrational un
constitutional grab-bug system of fees,
perquisites and jabherwock grafts gen
et ally 7
Does the Republican party want to
get Into the attitude of the bunko-mail,
who has been able to work the peoplo
on a sharp shell-gume7
The people have oyes, and they can
put two and two togothor, and they
know that the result of reasonable lint
salaries would be wholesome and ben
eficial, and would tend to put order
nnd economy Into our Htnto rovonuoH.
You can fool tho peoplo once with
stnto platform promise on so plain a
matter. Then bewnro.
The Sure Way
to prevent Pneumonia and Consump
tion Is to cure your cold when It Jlrst
appears. Ackers English R.m.dy
will stop me cuuKu " -" ---.-drive
the cold out of your system. Al
ways a quick and sure cure for Asth
ma; Bronchitis, and all throat and
lung troubles. If It does not satisfy
you tho druggist will refund your
money. Wrlto to ua for freo sample.
W. H. HOOKER & CO., Buffalo, N.
Y. D. J. FRY, uruggisi-
PEOPLE'S BARGAIN HOUSE;
a direct vote of the people Is what
Abo Liin oln cnlled an enduring ques
tion. It Is a question that will not
wear out right awny.
In almost any political party but the
Republican party, "as she Is consti
tuted," Geer's vote would elect him
It named the soiintor In Kansas
against old Boss Jonos, who had boon
a ring and boodle senator for 20 years.
A popular vote would not be disre
garded In the Democratic pnrty, or the
Populist party, "did she still exist."
Tho Indications are that the push
politicians would llko to buy (Jeer off,
but they don't want to buy him with
the sonatorshlp. They wnnt to buy
him oft with something thnt don't so
apparently belong to him.
If ho were a McBrlde or a Williams
ho would take up some world's fnlr
Job, or any old miscellaneous candi
dacy. The vote for Ooor Is a ticklish
thing, a poser, a hoodoo, one way or
another a hoodoo on Oeer or tho Re
It moans Ooor for senator, or some
man almost equally popular with the
farmers, if the Republican party Is to
save Its bacon.
Some men have greatness thrust
upon them. John Anderson, tho man
residing near Seattle, who was held
up In a sensational way by Trucy, has
been on exhibition In a lending Sonttle
saloon, where ho and the proprietor
have beon reaping a rich harvest.
I'lio bargrtlns and prices wo are glV-
M " M'l.
Greater Tnan tyer ioi; ..h-m- dv i. .t u..
SlifBtor- ?KU,.n -r K, rvvM ame turn - P
.toSBw7iB.'iS5. SW in low price ,IW... and bonorab.e
TO LOVERS OF EMERSON.
The Atlantic Monthly for July con
tains some ICmersoulanit or unusual In
terest and Importance. a series of
transcription from Kinoi-sou's unpub
lished note books telling or his talks
and" walks with William Kllory Chan
uIiik. These extract, with their line,
racy ilavor of transcendentalism and
quaint humor, are exceedingly charac
teristic and slKiilllcant. Klsewhere In
the number I printed a letter or ICm
erou' I'flntnlnlnic some curious al
lusion to "those red-eyed men," the
editors of the Atlantic.
THE VOTE FOR GEER.
Tlltl -15.1100 VOliMi for fleer fnr Hnlfu,!
r,,, , . .... I writ a a woman can
Stnto Henator are not so easily ills-' i i cmm.it tinuic
" To say a pleasant
word to anyone was
"I w troubled with female nenknrt for
elsht years, and Miflcred more than I can tell."
writes Mrs Oust Ioser or Ovnuilo. Deertodge
Co , Mont " My dixltion was affected to such
an extent mat to say
a pleasant word to
anyone was altnoit
"I had two oter
tlons performed by
oneof the most sUllcd
inrKenns of the West,
hut did not get relief
Then, ma I ii it my
doctor's strict orders,
1 commenced taking
Dr Werce's Favorite
OoMcn Medical Dis
covery,' and r so fol
lowed t he a ' vice
given lu the Common
ruse Medical Ad-
"I continued this
treatment for three
months, and day
am as healthy uml
aetiully throws the uluirrv Into a not her.
Tho marks o( the knife ssn seareely lie
seen on the seeded Irult. It hhhU Ire in
90 to ; i uurls per hour. IUlnll prWe,
R. M. WADE & CO.
ltooho Harbor IJme. l)t Uramls Portland Oewem. WOOD; mw tir full
taiftii All kinds of building hWHI, miuJ, n'svei, UUi, .blu!, i.
D. S. BENTLEY
181-183 Oom'l St.
A Juicy Morsel for
MstJ(!ter you can enjoy from one ef ou
-Umit and dttllolous meats, steaks. Isub
w SMHttOD obom. veal outlet ur cork.
6w nut are all out (rem Uitlttet
imH. tinweitcattle. and wo can sutmlv
wir tble vrllu Irtish, uutiit ous end
w$kMtn4 mauls t bed rook prices.
I'lioue (Mil Mala
C, CROSS SALBM ORE
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I iLsf W-Jwtffl .AMR
lou.tltutliHi, the few am) salarteM hum
rre4vel by tktiu, are not JusUIHshI
am It is iuur Utatt probable thai
without auy lettaUwi on the sub
Imt. uimih amplication, the courts
WOMW L tbiH Mlile. We tbiuk that
Uiw la iiotkluK to Justify a special
MswkNt of the lecUlNlurts as the resw
ter could acvsMMpUah evwythina dir
U. sXnuthsv objMUoH la the iiwt
Pft us (mmU1 session. '
Who ever uMnl of an atneotweut
to te ctMusUtutloa putUtii Itself Into
ton Mild MTiM-t? Ab smeuauieut ui
the urSNAlc tew is nut leMl.laUo. and
aessta a aUttu( tu iteHue Ui oawniUoii
Uwa utiiy fin be Mfurvl and rtm
atrM) The aiidHiMt needs a short
Mt to maiie it More datult and d
lare how u Kiutlt h put into upera
uiitt. or ii in be a were uiMxuluthM
lorve hniuK iM the air with no nay
lu "totuh It oT."
Kiht per cosil of the voten way
tH-uiitiu lor the iuittaUv a4 ivo m
vut fiu- th rWonMsduiu, hut H la
uiu.i t.( luuMMi to ikstue Ue ftetuas of
in,o iiuuUiMtS, hOW thV aiuli
CLEAR THE SIDEWALKS.
One of the matter lu wlilt-h our city
Is woefully belilud tho time la lu per
inlttiim hleyelea to run tm the slde-
Not n elty lu the Unite.1 Ktatea tol
erates this at least at the time of the
year when there la hcmhI wheeling on
the roads and atresia.
Theie mlKlit ho evwi an exception
ninde lu favor of wheelmen tmlnjr the
iMenmtiB MtlHI ti U) it a. Ill, autl e to
7 p. in. to allow the working iwople to
go to mid friMii their labo
The rest of the time the pedestrian
ahould not U driven to stand aalde for
all kinds of riders, wmie eareful and
A Salt-m tatly aaya she raniun Ko
out tm her ou sidewalk without lw
lug wklstle.1 dovNu like a tlog by some.
wwvUer that thies not take the trim
bis to carry a bell.
If the wheelmen ocwW mn use the
sidewalks there would sikmi be a good
path akHtgaido irf evry street.
After alt get 0 riding ou the streets
the la requiring a lantern ihi a wheel
at nigui rould be repsHtod. It Is uo
wore just to wake a whstlmsN carry
lawtsm thau a pedsstriau, or a
driver of any whirl
Uut arat M all cycllsu be kept off
ihe sidewalks lu the city at least In
the suburbs there is uo protes Hon t.tit
Oneo the people have beKUii exprtws
Iiik thuiiiHulves. they do not let ro of
It Is not (low ixirlleuhuly they clam
or for; for the principle of the thlitK.
Is the most Important; far moro than
the mil ii.
(leer has declined himself for direct
legislation, mid direct elurtlou of sen
ators, and that Is more than most of
the polltlclaiiH have done.
On the baala or the princlplo of tho
thing. (Jeer will Ret pretty nearly overy
vote lu Marlon county for senator.
And the members will nut be going
far from wrong. They might do a
great deal worse than stick to a prln-
The proposition to elect aenators by
IkKtur I'iercr enoiiuh
for his kind letters
eases, as a rule,
spoil the "disposi
tion," uecause ot
the extreme ncrv-
85c all wool drc is Roods 40 In.
greys nnd ne special oJc
Ific fuel blaok .alio. c
85 grey brilliftntlnedresBKOOdBBOo
Black lATvns, blsrk erenHdines
and fancy summer dreis
goods, HALF I'MCK.
15c drcea canvas, yd .8c
35c merrurlzed Batinettfp, nil
colors, lookB liko filk and bet
ter for wear, yd -30
15c Chaintireye, all rolora, . . . .Uo
55c white Engllih I. K.. boot
goods made, yd i-Oc
ICc white Indin linen, J d 0c
75c double thread lace curtninB,
mIo prices "jjc
8V,o turkey red napkins. ...... .oc
15c white linen napkins, largo
25c No. 40 nil e!lk ruck ribbons,
nil colors, yd ..... ........ 16o
Tb"bcBt ladies blnuk Bttctings
, 011 earth for J 'Jo
35c wliito all over laco, yd. ...loo
LaoioB' 10c piiinmpr underwear 5c
15c linen colored applique, yd.. 80
6O0 blncd French lisle Btock'gs UGo
30 pieces criiBh tonollne. half
price, yd 40, 8)c
ftkEVOY BROS., Proprietors.
-S 'I 7
Busy, walking down ail lines of cloth
ing, hats, ladies' and men's furnishing
goods tor the final wind-up,
307 Commercial Street
Dry goods, millinery, shoes. Re
ductions on all lines of goods
except spool cotton
Greenbaum's Dry Goods Store
ousness and sufferintr thev cause.
piuoM as well as health is restored to
the woman whose diseased condition is
cured by the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite
After cijht years of sufTeriiiR and two
fruitless operations, three months' use of
"Favorite Prescription" restored Mrs.
Moser to perfect health. This ereat
remedy for woman's Ills, establishes
regularity, dries weakening drains, heals
intiauiuiatioii and ulceration and cure
The Coninion Sense Medical Adviser,
1008 larne twues, in naner covers. Is sent
free on receipt of 31 one-cent stamps to
luy expense 01 inaillnij only. Address
v. mrce, imiialo, N. Y.
jH-H-H-H-l I I i 1 I I H H-rill I I H I I I I I I I I I) U I I I 1 I I I I I I I-
II Journal Voting Contest I
- F0R --
The Most Deserving and Popular
Young Lady in Salem.
; : t.asr One receiving largoBt voto will be given a fieo railroad ticket to
ii Newport and return, ami board and free entertainment at the Bay View
; ; Hotel with oholco of the finest room in the houio for one week, beginning
I ! Saturday, August Kith.
Votes on accompanying coupon will be received a', this olllco, and re- J
suit of ballot announced from day to day.
Noxt Door to tho Poptoffieo.
; .ussrriir h . i cs
m - C ffWSZI VlJTZIl
u . AvPiv
At Easter Time
Is when the building business will bo in
full swing. If you haven't given your
orders for your lumber requirements It
ailt pay you to get estimates from
Goodalo Lunibor Co., for any nnd all
kinds of lumber for out or inside work,
lath, shingles, eaflh, doors, blinds and
everything needed in this lino.
. V "OWnJaT"
THE PRECOCIOUS CHILD.
The uuulsely unwociwu ihlia u
vry imrw. VtmU hi aeMotu justl-
. .ttnouutx to Ui4r vkMpm
c wkun aM tmiwtHNidwtt. Tli
willy 0 rtoi-- HouW kMM-1
i 1. 1. ..... -w
.- ..- 11 n aw not saw a crust of tar-
.... wnitn icuaa to tu bttitlly
JOURNAL VOTING COUPON
One Vote for Miss.
for one week's free seaside outlntr at New
port. Aueust 16th.
-PER CUT Off-
On all Carpets
Goodale Lumber Co.
Near 8. P. Piisn'r. depot. Phono 051
..Go to the Ladies' Bazaar..
For shirt waists, belts, underwear, corsets, hosiery,
ribbon, laces, shirt waistings, and other goods in our
line, An especially beautiful lot of new veilings. Our
goods are marked very low, Call and be convinced.
...The Ladies Bazaar...
118 State Street, Salem.
A Good Wife and
Aro a man'a best wealth, and he can
contribute to the health of himBol
and wife by uslug tho Capital Brewery
beer. It ia pure, healthful and nutri
tious, and is a dolightful bevorago a
any season, and during warm weather
there isn't a thirst quencher that can
Capital Brewery Co.
.Mrs. M. Beck, Proprietor.
Everybody is welcome at
ALfcsX CORNOVRP Cor. State and Commercial.
THa almu n ui
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Tum ii wit! g. to .. .. uu-yu Zr ."T " v a' wre ug, 1st. at which time w
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a w-tor- d,.a Mli.. m,uZt:'rarTu wm uppiy Irom Juy
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'Phone, Main 81.
Harritt & Laqjrbncb
Old Post Office Rv,v V - AX V 1
Post Office Grocery.
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