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THE DAILY JOURNAL. SALEM, OWEQON. FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1903.
County Committee and
Ex-Goy. Geer Will Preside
0 the Heads or
I of tho street parade, and tho meeting In tho following tcrra:
1 In tho evening. Tho University bund To tho dreator Snlem Oommerclal
had nlrcadr been engaged, and two Club:
other bands aro to bo aecurcd. There Ocntlpmen. Tho trustees of Wit
will bo no lack of music and enthual- lamrtte University deslro to thank
asm. and tho Kopubllcan candidate you for tho hind Invitation that Dr.
for congress will get a rousing re- Coleman present his work and plans
ccptloti on his entry Into Marlon conn- fprtha University to you at your
tJ. " -moving on May 12Uj. and to say that
u ih8 Invltntlon Is gladly accepted upon
iKelr part and upon tho part of Dr.
Coleman. With highest respect.
There Is mora llto and activity In
political circles than has been soon
hero since tho Chamberlain campaign,
over tho announcement that Hon,
Dinger Hermann will bo hore on next
Tuosday, May 13th, and It will bo
Hhown that thcro will bo no apathy In
tho support of that gentleman on tho
part of Marlon- county Ilcpubllcans.
County ChalrmaA Culver has called
tho Itopubllcan county central com
ralttco together on that dato, and a
gonorol invitation has been extended
to Ilopubllcan workers nil over tho
county to be present and join In a
grand rccoptlon at tho cmmtltce's
headquarters In the McCornack block,
at 2 o'clock.
Hermann speaks at ttugeno Monday
ovcnlng, Albany Tuosday ovonlng and
will apend Wednesday at Salem, nhd
address tho Salem Republicans nt the
armory on Wednesday ovonlng. Kx
Governor doer has boen nsltod to pro
sldo, and will make one of his char
Ilosldos tho County central -commit'
tee, tho Young Man's Hopublkan
Club, of which Ilul I). 1'ntton Is presi
dent; tho llnpulillenu Club, of which.
In the nbKouc of Mr. Oateli, Capt.
(loo. II. Jones Is presldont. nnd tho
Worklugmen's Ilopubllrnn Club, of
which 8 A HuglioH Ih preildent. will
ontclnlly participate, nnd have charge
Treasurer's Report of Cash
Balances on Hand May First
County Treasurer Itlchardson has
today tiled his monthly nfiort, show
ing tho following balances ou hand
Special city and school fund . 0.759.93
Genoral fund 41,478.49
General school fund 25,249.39
Indigent soldier fund C43.GI
Institute fund 347.95
Ovorplus fund 209.97
Iload fund 7,616.28
State fund 12.80
Summary of Totals.
Cash on hand April 1st ..f 50,339.29
JOHN W. IIEYNOLD8. Sec
. . ..-y
complaint was tiled
Disbursements $ 85,417.56
Cash ou hand May 1st .. 85,318.39
in the cir
cuit court, department No. 1, today by
A. O. Condlt, as trustee of tho estate
of n. K. McKlnncy and W. T. Illches.
partnors, against C. H. Canon. Tho
complaint asks for judgment for
$133.63 for an unpaid note, with costs
An action for dlvorco was yesterday
(lied In department No. 2 of tho stato
circuit court for Marlon county, In
which Tllllo Kills In tho plaintiff and
II. Ii Kills tho defendant. Tho plnln
tiff alleges that she and tho defendant
wore Intermarried in Marlon county,
on December 10, 1891; that the de
fendant treated her In a cruel and In
human manner, and In May, ISO 1.
abandoned and desortcd her, nnd has
over since refused to live with her.
The plnlntlff asks for a decreo of tho
court forovcr dissolving tho bonds of
matrimony existing between herself
and tho defendant, nnd that she bo
glvon tho custody and control of their
minor child. I.cster Kills, ngod 11
Little Girls Run Over.
A llttlo girl wan run over by a
scorcher on tho sldownlk on Asylum
nvenuo. Slio was knocked down, and,
nftor passing ovor hor, tho follow only
remarked that sho hnd no business on
If his little girl was run over or hurt
by a scorcher thoro would bo some
one hurt, If hn didn't got out of the
way of his Winchester too quick.
Carl Nowhall, convicted of larceny
In a dwelling, nnd given one year, nnd
KranU A. thgalls. sentenced to 10
yenrs Tor manslaughter, wero ro
celteil at tho penitentiary yestorday
from Coos county. Tho cost of bring
ing thcao two prlscinert wna $168,70)
Capitalist Writes from Iowa
(Contnue'd from First Page.)
'" ' J Thoro aro complaints nt tho way
Will Appear Before Greater iworcliora cumo tearing down tho oast
Salem Commercial Club i"1'10 of th0 hm on South commercial
street. Aldorman Larson and others
The trustee of Wlllnmotto Unlver- got tho council to put tho wost side
slty have nccoptod the Invitation of of the stroot on tho forblddon list, nnd
the executive committee of tho Salem
Push Club ty hnvo I)r Coleman nd
dress the club noxt Tuesday evening,
that mnkos foot passcngors positively
unsnfo on tho other sldo of tho street
Jim Drown snld to a roportor that
of It. Ilut I can tell but little on n
shprt trip. I wish you would notice
tho abovo poInU nnd give me your
views. 'Here, if land was old and
worn out. It could be sowed to clover
nnd redeemed and mndo good. I am
told clover does no good there, and If
sown and does not grow, that It will
dry nnd burn out every summer. Now,
these aro Important points to an East
cm man. Also am told that timothy
docs no good, and also alfalfa. No
one disputes that It Is n wonderful
fruit country, but also say Uint fruit
hos but lltlo value, or no market for
Several aro figuring on this deal be
side myself, and wo would ltko to havo
your honest opinion. Hnvo you good
soil, can It bo bought at a cheap
price, or at what different prices? Can
you raise clover or grasses with cer
tainty for pasture? Do your streams
overflow In winter? Is It disagreeable
In winter, or particularly so? Can
any kind of stock bo raised to ad
vantage? Do jou think land enn bo
bought thoro so It will pay n, fair rato
of Intorost torentlt, and do you think
thoro Is a probability for an advance
Does all surplus fruit, stock, etc.,
havo to bo shipped Kast? How aro
your mnikots? Now I am asking many
questions, but thoy aro of Intorost to
me nnd othorH. Ik It healthy thoro In
winter? Will be pleased to hear from
you as soon as convenient. Is thoro
anything but buying land thnt I could
do to make a buslnoss of? How about
pine tlmbor hind? A. S. PUNK.
stubblo cut off that field, and for throe
years thereafter two big oropa of
from four to six tons each, of clover
and volunteer grain, hay of tho best
quality woro taken off each )car, and
then for two years two crops a year
of clover and mixed grasses. This
same Held- boro each year a crop of
prunes, plums, npples and soluo pears.
This fruit was not considered worth
milch, as tho trees weio not cared for,
but ench year tho fruit nmouhted from
$10 to ?20. All these crops Vero tak-
for stock and dairying, b?"
"" .'" iuout Worker
thOUBllt Mill Intolll
nation, ntirt mnut -i- jJ
, .t tugron iW,
mayonalHu nntinn ,i. . "t
bushes or (ly Into th !,,,
comers from thn !.. i $i
Umn elsewhere. f8,t'i(
As Mr. Funk seems n i8lJ
man, nnd possessed of thjll
qulry, wo will only mid JSi
thlB country will hwn. ..rl
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nvt rft tutttisMtt mtw rlllt( ctftArtlvtrv rm AHlltht III " t
.. u.i ...i..u..k .. v. ... vmiuwu, win wear well, and
cultivation, or use of fertilizers, and on "acquaintance Wo hona
thn lnnil una what won railed old laml nf-nnn nonntn m, .. j
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unu um uuj iw iii.-ii. iino io u. uihjuj ir. runK and send to
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diui, uuv. ii. id iv tuij tuuiiuuii hiui , I iiiuiu iiLuruiuro, ana Wn VHI j
as Mr. Funk can find by writing or what ho will sift tho chut f
coming here and staying for a fow wheat, and raako tho Dron. !!
yoars. Thcro Is no trouble In raising) oven from tho enthusiasm of j
any amount of feed nnd hay and grain paper man. 'i
In a Danor oar Pa
i ncn in wncn you i
a bicycle on which
arc well Built up under j
enamel, to stand hare i
and good stilt travel.
finished creditably, J
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11JUI IB ttiiv Ulty PIVC
Our assortment ot wearables f'r the wbrkmjnmn is complete, and no bet
ter values can be sold anywhere for the money. In fact, it everything
in our store were sold on margin on which some of THESE GOODS
are sold we would soon have to quit business. We are prepared, too,
for the man who desires the
Painters Overalls and Jumpers
Placrc AvArallc and Inmnorc
Carpenters' Aprons, etc., etc.!
Men's and Boys' Overalls
Blue Striped Overalls
Fat Men's Overalls, u-to 48 wa.st
Long Legged 'Men's Overalls, nmm
Our 60c Overalls, the Samson, Can! be Beat For the Price TRY IT,
It s liardly necessary to add that for Men's Wear of every description we are
- m a . .
! FIRST IN MAKE! : FIRST IN FIT! t
i First in the Hearts of the Workinmen!
Regular President Suspenders at our Store only 35c.
.m.m m .
- WWW WTfi 1,'rnrv "K '" ! .-Mrmfi
I'mpltf ho bo unywhoru solely for
tlio i)iiroo or innliiiK money nro apt
to bo illsappolntoil. Thoro In a wroat
ileal In lire 1ohIi1oh coining tho nl
nilRhty dollar, and yot It Ih n cold fact
that about nlno-tonths -of tho pooplo
of thin world don't try to Rot any.
thing out or life but a lew nlmlghty
dirty dollnrn. that thoy can't tako
with tlioin. and In too many Instances
lenvo nothing bohlnd thorn, but an
unpleasant recollection of tholr efforts
In tho scramble
Kor pure oujoymont of nnturo, out-
of-door llfo. tho year around, sunnhluo
thnt don't burn, winds thnt don't re
move brick lilockH, or tninlHh tho
most beautiful woman's comploxlon,
flno ncenory. soft sklos, lovoly land-
senpow. wealth of flowers, fntlts. farm
and dnlry products, nbout five big spo.
clnl crops. Ilko hops, prunes, small
fruit, mohair, apples and notntoes.
tho Wlllnmetto valley Is tho unparal
loled spot of this world. Tho wimo Is
true. In a great oxtent, of all Western
Oregon. Kvcn to tho man who l;nows
nothing about hogs, cattle and corn
these propositions will appeal when
ho gets to know them.
For a man who has heard so much
against Oregon, and seems to hnvo ar
guments nt his fingers' ends. It Is ro
markablo that Mr. Hunk should think
of coming to Oregon. Ilut It Is a com.
pllraont that he is even thinking
nbout It. for It Indicates thnt thoro
must bo n grent deal worto conditions
whoro ho Is leaving. If thoro aro
floods hero In wlntor. thoro must bo
floods all summor In W'estorn Iowa, as
thoro wero last year, when tho rlvoro
ran bank full about six months of Ute
In reply to tho question of fruit hav
ing no value, tho pruno growore'
prices on lands and tho returns from
sovoral hundrod carloads of dried
prunos sont out of this valley, ought
to scttlo that, Tho oxpanslon of tho
fruit business Is going on at so rapid
a rato that Mr. Funk could novor
keep up with It, unloss ho is a speed
(or man than somo of us who live
hero. 8lngle growers who havo out
six acres of raspberries, who will turn
In 1500 cratos of strawberries to the
cannery, vho hnvo from 8000 to 30.
000 pounds of Itoynl Anno cherries,
who hnvo sold 200.000 strawberry
plants to set out this season, etc..
would opon Mr. Funk's oyea so wldo
thnt ho would nover get thorn closod
As Mr Funk Is a capitalist, who is
thlnklug of coming West, wo would
llko it very much If some of our big
growers of clover and clover seed
would write him personally tholr ex
periences. The editor of this paper
haa hal but ono personal experience
with cloer A field of about two
acres was sown to winter wheat and
clover In November. Thero was a lot
of oats thnt camo up as a volunteer
crop with the wheat; and In the fol
lowing June sovwi tons of wheat nnd
S v was cui off tnat fleld,
is eclipsed for once by rca
lization when the buggy is
selected from our full line of
Buggies Phaetons. Stan
hopes, Runabouts Tne cri
tcrions for vehicle construct-'
ion. tinish and &tvlc rvnr.
chclland Bee Line Buggies
g arc cum ior urcgon rcaas,
i yuLn i ...!,. o oi p
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49, Si and 55 State St., Salem.
F. F. CAREY, Manager.
ajhif fH ar' i J Vi Jr I
NORRIS & ROWE'S
Will exhibit under their enormous wateroroof tentsi
will be located opposite Southern Pacific depot.
THURSDAY, MAY 1
Performances at 2:00 and 8:00 p. m.
New Grand Spectacular Street Parade m
500 - Petotmins Animals - 508
Consisting of (ruined Eleplmnts, Clum, Liumae, Liodj, W
Seals, Zebup.Sea Lions. Monkeys, oata, Tonics, Dogs,
v xMm- Mr :-
Million dollar zoolocica! annex Liilinulian lloman 1"P
Mammoth aerial enclave. Educational museum-
3SdTfc Rnllirklnor Rnmnlnir Mirlti PrnvAtinff CloVDS d
Royal Matsuda trouno of Jananbsa Performers. BeflsaUoall
Whirl and Bioyolo Exports, hazardous Wild Animw J
lunrycious Acronats, Acnalists, Tumblers ana tuiw
3LOC. All New Acts '
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