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THE DMLY JOURNAL. SALEM, onEQON. THURSDAY, JUflEfc18,t'l803.
I m Sale Ten Million Boxes a Year7l
' BW4 THE FAHILTS FAVORITE MEDICINE Bj
(' m. BEST FOR THE BOWELS M
Cor. Com'l and Center
MONDAY, JUNE J 5
8 X Star Features 2 6
Performance Every Night.
PRICES 5c and 25c
S. C. STONE, M. 0.
? STONE'S DRUG STORES
K Tho Btorea (two 'n number) aro lo
catcd at No. 235 and 297 CommorcliJ
street, and aro well stocked with i
comploto lino of drugs and medicines
toilet articles, portumery. brushes
Has had somo 25 years oxporlcnco Id
tho practlco ot medicine, and no
makes no charges for consultation, ex
amlnation or proscription.
Fine strawberries and fresh vege
tables at Branson & Ragnn's tho
Try tho Whlto Houso Restaurant
for a short order meal. Opon day
and night IOC Stnto street.
On Juno 1st tho Southern Pacific Co.
b will resume tho salo of excursion tick
lets to Newport and Yaqulna Day. This
resort in becoming moro popular overy
Jvenr. and hotel accommodations aro
bettor than over beforo, and at rea-
nt.ot.1n nti Rmumn tickets from
salera to Newport $5.00; to Yaqulna,
1&0. baturaay-io-nionuuy utnuiP w
Newport, $3.00; to Yaqulna. $3.00
V. JX VUi"",
' C-27-eod Ccn- PaB Agont.
Secured Better Rates.
A special rato has been granted be
twoon Salem, Albany, Eugene and
Roseburg, of ono and ooo-third faro,
to all persons desiring to witness tho
baseball games of tho Vallo League.
Tlckots will' bo sold on Saturday and
Sunday of each week; oxcopt that
tickets may bo sold on Friday from So
and Albany to Roseburg. and from
Roseburg to Salem and Albany. Tick,
ets good to return on Sunday follow,
ing date of sale, oxcept from Rose
burg on Monday, following dato of sale,
W. B. COMAN,
General Pa6engor Agont.
Corao -and try our refreshing meals
at Strong's restaurant, open day nnd
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Tin KW Yoh Haw Always Sought
EXTRA LARGE FRUIT DISHES
For our largo and plentiful Strawber
ries, or any kind of Frulb. .
We have aimed to get the largo size
dishes, and succeeded-they are now
on display. At special prices In
Soml Porcelain, largo size 65c per set
rhtnn -irco size 11.00 per set
w- ntheTTiass sauce dishes
We carry other glass m.
at 15c a set and "Up.
Large! glass fruit bowle. 8-lnch B -
at 15c,v18c. 20c and 25c each, and up
Y0KAHAM4 TEA STORE
Roasters of Good Coffee
PJioae 2411 Black
Ladies Who Wish to be Fit
ted With Fall Styles of
Suits and Jackets
Tho expert traveling salesman
for the well known Palmer Oar
inont Honso of Chicago, will bo at
Holverson's Store on Friday, Juno
19th, with a full line of fall stylos In
Jackets, suits, wraps, etc., for fall wear
and garments wllf be made to your or
der. You certainly ought not miss see
ing the line, as the 1'almor Garmont
Is noted for Its quality and stylo
New York. Juno 18. Tho story pub
lished (his morning to tho effect that
Schwab would, on Morgan's arrival
home, resign from tho presidency of
tho steel corporation, is declared by
Schwab's confidential ropresontativeH
as ridiculous and absurd. Thoy Btate
positively that Schwab has no Inten
tion of resigning.
Dr. E. A. Pierce returned yesterday
from Eugene, and other southern
points, where ho went on official busi
ness connected with the Stnto Board
Is the cause of moro discomfort than
any other ailment. If you eat the
thinira hnf vnn vnu want, nnd that
are good for you, you aro distressed.
Acker's Dyspepsia Taoiets win maun
your digestion perfect nnd prevent
Dysnonsla and its attendant dlsagrae-
ablo symptoms. You can safely cat
anything, ai any umo, u you iuku ono
of theso tablets afterward. Sold by
al druggists under a positive guaran
tee. 25 ctn. Monoy refunded If yon
aro not satisfied. Send to us, for j
free sample. W. H. HOOKER & CO..
nuffalo. N Y
Proposals for Supplies.
Salem, Ore., Juno C, 1903.
Tho board of trustees of tho Oregoti
State Insane Asylum hereby Invites
sealed proposals for furnishing tho
following supplies to tho institution,
for six months ending Decomber 31.
1903: Orocorles, mill feed and flour,
meats and fish, dry goods, drugs, sta
tioner, leather nnd findings, boots
rfn! Bhocs, plumbing, hardware, tin
ware' and tinning, crockery nnd glass
ware Lists of said supplies4 will bo
furnished by the clerk of tho board
unon application. Samples can oo
seon at the asylum, and goods must bo"
In accordance therewith. All gooas
must be in strict accordant wnn
sample in original packages when pos
sible, and delivered at the Htato in
sane Asylum within 20 days aftor tho
contract Is awarded, and bids must bo
on blank forms, which will bo fun
nlshed, togothcr with instructions to
bidders, by the clerk, upon applica
tion. Each bid on flour or meat must
bo accompanied by a certified check
nr soo. and each bid on flsn oy a cer
tified check of $75. and all other bids
by a certified check equal to lu pr
cent of the amount bid, checks of un
successful bidders to bo returned Im
mediately, and those of accepted bid
ders when the contract Is completed.
Dlds must be enclosed In scaled en
velopes, and directed to tho board,
nf tha clerk, and plainly marked.
rti,iB fnr Asvlum Supplies," and the
plass of goods bid on should also be
inscribed on the envelope, mce, w
,. nnrt nuaUty being equal, preier-
ence will bo given to articles manufac
tured, grown or proaucea in uii
.flW When a particular article is
specifically called for. bids for any
other kind of manufacture, or brands
..,.n cood. will bo entertained.
but to Insure recognition of such bids
n,tiriM is proposed
K ,. ..., ,nMranany them. The
'bwird wrves the right to reject any
or all WdS. or U nee-Jyi .-..
part ot a bid. BWs will oe opuu
' .... -. o.io..n t to a. m..
the capiioi. bi " - '
T.r.,Mvln Tnlr 8. 1902.
Wuv""" - ' . - m tm
Br order or me iou
By order of the uoaru oi
City Dads Pick Out a
. Sidewalks iot Use of
NO MATTER WHAT THEY DO
THEY PLEASE BUT A FEW
Judges at a Baby Show Have an Easier Task Than the
Council In Settling the "Wheel Problem
A 11111 for un Ordinance to rcgulato tho
use of bicycles and motorcycles and
tandem wheels upon tho streets and
sidewalks of the City ot Salem. Ore
gon; providing restrictions and pen
alties In rotation thereto; and re
nonllne Ordlnanco No. 382 of said
City, entltlod "An Ordinance to Reg
nlnto tho uso of unlcyolsB, bloycles, i
tricycles and tandems on tho side- f
wniks of tho City of Salem, Ore
gon;" and to repeal Ordlnanco No.
3S8 of said city, nmondatory of snld
Ordlnnnce No. 382 aforesaid, and
all ordinances enacted prior to said
Ordinances numbers 382 nnd 388,
aforesaid, and nil ordlnnncos In con
flict with the torms of this ordin
ance. Uo It ordained by tho Common Council
of tho City of Salem, Oregen:
Section 1. It Is, hereby, mndo un-
lawful for any person, or persons, to
rldo a blcyclo. or a tandenvwhool, up
on any sidewalk of tho City of alcm,
Oregon, within tho district ot saui
City bounded as follews:
By tho middle of Front street on tnc
l)y tho mlddlo of Center street, on
By tho mlddlo of High street, on tho
By tho mlddlo of Trndo street, on
Sec. 2. It Is horoby mndo unlawful
for nnv person or persons to rldo a
blcyclo or tandem wheol upon any of
tho sldownlks pt the City Of Salem,
Orogon, hereinafter Immediately de
On cither side of commorcini sireoi.
to tho limits of tho city on tho north
and to the limits of the city on tho
On either sldo of Chomeketa street,
from tho east lino of High street to
the west lino of Fourteenth street.
On tho wost side of fourteenth
street, from the north lino of Chomo
keta street to the touth lino of Asy
On tho north side of Asylum avonuo
from the cast lino of Fourteenth street
east to tho limits of the city.
On the north sldo of Court streot.
from the east 'lino of High street to
the limits of tho city on tho oast.
On tho south side of State street.
from tho cast lino of High street to tho
west line of Twelfth street
On the north side of State street.
from tho east lino of Twelfth street
to tho limits of tho cljy on tho east.
On tho west siue oriwoiun em-wi.
from tho south lino of Statu street to
the limits of tho olty on the south.
On tho west siaa oi. wimur
hetwen the limits of tho city on inu
north and the limits of the city on tho
On 4lther sldo of Church street,
from the south line of State street to
the limits of tho e,lty on the south.
On tho south swe oi nu iwi.
from the ea"st lino of High street to
the west line of Twelfth street.'
Bee. 3. It Is, hereby, made unlawtui
for anv nerson. or persons, to ride a
tnotoroyole upen any sidewalk within
the limits of the City or eaiera, ure
gon. Sec -I. It is, hereby, declared that
tho sidewalks of the City of Salem,
ore. primarily, for the use and conven
lence of the people In and of said city,
who desire to walk thereon, and said
uu-oitrisni shall, at all times have
full right-of-way thoreon; and it shall
be the duty of any person, or persons.
rMine a blcvele or tandem-wueei, up
on nav of the sidewalks of saM city
and they are. hereby, required to, care
fully approach every, and an. wkjc
twnu nnd obtain exoraM prmisHw
. . .., c.M
to pa ala peoesinaua "J""",
pedestrians upon said bicycle or tandem-wheel-
o.. n it Is. herebyi made unlawful
for any person, or persons, to ride any
tandem wneei up"u "
the CHy of Salem. Oregon
t a greater ra-e
nillos an hour, or 702 foot per mlnuto.
Sec C. It shall bo unlawful for any
person, or persons, to rldo a bicycle or
tamtam-wheel upon any of the side
walks of the City of Salem. Oregon, at
any tlmo after tho public lights of the
said city are lighted for tho night
without having attached to said blcy
clc or tandera-whcol. a wellllghtod
lamp for the purposo ut Illumination
Sec. 7. It shnll bo unlawful for any
porson, or persons, to ride nny blcyrlo
or tandom-wheol upon tho sidewalks'
of tho City ot Salem, Oregon, without
having said blcyclo or wheel In firm
nnd rsgular control by proper grip of
tho hands upon tho handle-bars thero
of. Sec. 8. It Is horby mndo unlnwful
for any person, or persons, to stand or
lodgo a blcyclo or tnndem-wheel or
motorcycle against tho front of .any
store or business houso or tho show
window thereof, or to stand or lodgo
tho same within tho nubile cntrnnco
ot nny such store, business houso or
of any public bulldlug within tho City
ot Salem, Oregon, And all raoks put
out 'for tho uso or convenience of
riders of bicycles, tnndem-whcols and
motorcycles, upon the sldownlks of Uio
City of Salem, Oregon, must bo placed
upon tho outer edge of said sldownlks
ami shall not tnko up moro than thrro
feet of space measuring from the out
cr edge of tho curbllno of said side
walk. Sec. 0. Tho streot commissioner of
of tho City of Salem, Oregon, and all
firemen In the employ of the City of
Salem. and all mall carriers In tho ser
vice of tho United Statos government.
shnll bo oxempt from tho oporatlons
of thin ordinance, whlto on public du
ty, ntiil Imvnnil thn limits of tho nro
hlblted district described In Section 1
of this Ordinance.
Sec. 10. Anv nornnn. or nnranns.
violating nny of (he provisions of this
ordlnnnco, shall, upon conviction
thereof beforo the Recorder of snld
city, bo fined In n sum of not loss than
ftvo dollars nor greater than fifty dol
lars, and tho City Marshal Is hereby
empowored to take and hold the bi
cycle, tandom-wheel or motorcycle
ridden by any person or persons so
violating any of the provisions hereof,
pending tho payment Into tho hands ot
tho Recorder aforosald, of any flno lm
iwsed under the terms of this ordin
ance. Sec, 11. Any porson exorcising the
functions of a nolloeman In tho ser
vices of this city, whether on regular
or special duty and whether on salary
or without nav. shall havo oowor and
authority to make arrests under this
ordinance, and It Is horoby niado the
duty of the Recorder to report to this
council tho names of all officers mak
ing arrests herelnunder together with
a list of tho fines Imposed In tho case
of each arrest: and tho council shall,
at lu subsequent meeting, order war
ranta to Issue in favor of said arrest
ing oncers, for ono half the sum of
the flno Imposed and reported by said
Recorder in each particular case.
Me Kin ley, Roosevelt and Hanna.
In this connection It may aa well be
said that the determined effort to show
tho relations between tho president
and Senator Hanna have been
strained. Is unworth- of thoso who
have promoted It. Aftor the death of
President VcKInloy Immediate assur
ancea of hearty ami earnest support
were given to me president "7 r.
Hanna. The two became the best of
friends, and that friendship has been
It Is true that nfl auch tender rela
tionship siWi between tba senator
and the present incumbent of the
White House as existed between Mr.
fauna and President McKlntcy. but
this Is net the fault of the senator nor
of the president The friendship be
tween the senator and MeKlnlcy grew
oat of Jong and Intimate personal
anil DoKtkal association, extending
7.rd7n.rSicvcr man, years. I. which Mr Hanna
CAR FARE FREE
Wu Rive you a enr ticket frco with
shored In the vicissitudes as well as
the vlctorlos of tho Ohio" statesman.
Mr. Roosevelt's montnl mnko-up Is en
tirely different from that of tho Into
president. Ho Is more self-rollapt,
moro strenuous nnd solfnssortive. uo
leans upon his own strong right arm
and asks no other support. Ho gives
his confidences to tho public, and Is
his own adviser. Ho cultivates tho
friendship of all, rather than tho In
timacy of a'fow or of one. but among
all his friends ho has no more hearty
and loyal supporter, and none more
powerful, tlmo tho senator from Ohio.
who Is the honored, energetic ana suc
cessful chairman or tho Republican na
tional committee. Leslie's Weekly.
Accident en the Ola Drldae.
rri... ..tr. inHlni nn thn fftntllAtll
A 111, niiu IIV..Uk .- .,..., ---
of , 1)lB fcrldgo B0Cins to bo loose
near tho Polk couuty end, nnd should
bo retmlrfd. This Is Important-as
only yesterday a young lady was bad
ly thrown from a wheel, and tho net
ting probably saved her from n bad
fall, or from bolng thrown ovor tho
bridge. It la thought by many that
wheeling .should bo confined to tho
main trnck of the bridge, hut as thsro
Is no wire netting on that sldo riders
might hosltato for fear of getting nn
iinoui.etid fall ovor the structure.
Tho footpath Is too narrow for both
pedestrians and wheelmen.
Paid for His Time.
Here Is tho story of nn Ohio lawyor
who did not becomtf-n olltlclnn, as
ho was not built on political line. It
Is told by a Waihlngtou man. who
was his clerk at ono time. Lawyer II.
was a gruff sort of personage, and bo-
Iloved In making every one pay for
overy service. One of his clients was
the president of a bank, who, during
the pendancy of a rase, dropped Into
tho lawyer's office vory frcqueutiy ana
told stories. Tho lawyer was n good
listener, nnd seemed to enjoy the stor
ies very much, but after the banker
went out 1-awyer II. would say,
"Here, charge Mr. Blank $10 for an
hour of my time. If I have got to
listen to his storlss he has got to
pay mo for It " Finally tho bill was
made out and cnrrled to the banker.
It was an UornUed account, stating
tho dato of each call. He scanned It
closely and remarked :
"He boa made me pay for It pretty
well, hain't ho?"
"Pay for what?" askfd Ihe elerk.
"For listening to my stories."
And then he paM the bllLr-Wnih-
Wo would Ilko to ask through tho
columns of your paper. If there Is any
person who baa used (Jroen's August
Flower for tho cure oj,. Indigestion,
n.m.ria and Liver Troubles that
k. ' irfmn curedand w also
.n their rMUltS. SUOb M OOUr StOSI
. fermentation of food, habitual
costlvoness, nervous dyspepsia, head
ache, despondent feeUngs, sjeepiess
neeln fact, any trouble connectod
with tho stomach or IJvorT Thw mw
loine bas.J)0n sold for many years In
all elviHwd countries, ndwe wish
to correspond with you, and send you
anv of our book, fe of , cost, If you
never tried August Flower, Jqr a
.. iJ,tiu firaL Wa'hure never
known of lu fallluK; At waiethlBK
more aorlous ft the mail" j 7
The 45-coat six haa Juat been Intro
duced tbla year. Regular sUe 76
cent. Dr. Stone's druj stores
a. 0 0REEN,
Woodbury, H J
each cash purchase of ono
A very spocial feature of
our cnrttfvnl of whito 1b
thoealo.of Kqcm' (it
Thoy nro a corsot cover
nnd undcrveat combined
08 illustration shows find
nro worth 7Go each.
iWo havo just n limited
number loft-U you havn't
bought yours, now is your
chanco to buy 3 for tho
prico of one.
For 'supplies for tho Oregon 8tata
Penitentiary, during tho porlod end
ing December 31, 1003.
Scaled bids for Dry floods, (lrocor-
los. Shoes, Leather and Findings,
Plumbing Supplies, Hardware, FJoUr.
Oats nnd Mill Food, FWi. Meats, etc.,
will bo received at tho office of tho
Superintendent ot tho Btato Peniten
tiary until Thursday, July Olh, 1DQS,
at 3 o'clock p. m, at which tlmo they
will bo ononis).
A deposit of $200.00 la cash or cor
tided check payable to tho super!
tondent must accompany each bid for
moot, nnd of $75 for bids for flour and
fish, nil other bids must bo accompan
ied by an amount equal to 10 per cent
of tho amount ot thn bid.
Tho -right Is rononred to reject any
and all bids nnd to accept or reject
any portion of n bid,
On wich onvelono should bo In
scribed the nature ot tho bid. Goods of
Oregon manufacture or production
will recolvo preference, other things
All goods and suppllu mint be de
livered to tho Pcnltontlnry within 20
days after tho contract Is awarded,
unless othorwlso provided In con
tract Schedules of tho various line ot
goods will bo furnished upon applica
tion to tho Superintendent
Vouchers will bo Issued for pay
ment on tho tint of tho month follow-
Ing completion of contract, and
monthly on continuous contracts.
Sample must accompany bids for
Dry floods, flrocerles, Flour and all
other articles whoro practicable
a W. JAMBS.
Superintendent Oregon Btato Peal
Salem, Orogon. June J, 1&03.
Notice to Contractors
Sealed proposals addressed to the
Board of IMbllo Building Commis
sioners will bo roaelvcd until 1:30
o'clock, Juno 23 1803, for the painting
of tho Insldo of tho dome and rotunda
nn tho ton floor of the stato capital
building at Salem, Oregon. Specifica
tions may bo had by railing upon ine
clerk of tho BoariL
Tho Board reserves tho right to re
Ject any and all bids,
W. N. OATDN8, Clerk
Will Sell Union Bsrrlts.
Tho following grocers hare agreed
to supply tho products of tho flalera
Fruit Orowers Union to their pat
rons. and tho public U Invited to fa
vor them with orders.
OUbsrt A Baker,
Branson A Rsflin,
FulUr 6. Douglas.
S.J.U L. T. REYNOLDS, Bee.
Is still here, and m busy m
ever. When your clothe arwo
and dirty, or U Vuttons 4f,
takathem to her, at tho Balem Dyelo
aad Cleaning Works, Repalrta and
rellnlng; new velvet collars put os
,-... .In Intir unit a HtOEth fOT
' ti railed for and returned,
MRS. a H. WALKER, Prop,
t l5 CoBSBJercUl PUest,