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THE D AILY JOUBNAL, SALEM, ReeN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2S, 190S
M GOOD ROAD
Ptwses of $2000
Special Committee On Flax Industry to
Show That Flax Can Be Raised With
Profit to the Growers.
Tho Greater Salem Commorcial Club
tfxt In Tuosday evening on tho promo
tion, of good roads. Tho matter hab
toeon. brought before tho club at a pro
i "vIoub mooting by County Judge Scott,
"who declared Uiat tho cltleons of Sa
eom ought to bqnr their share In tho
"burden of constructing permanent
highways Into tho city. "If wo built
a, Chlnoso wall around th.s city and
shut tho farmers all out, It wouldn't be
irtx tuontliB before we'd all bo climbing
wr tho wall, and becoming farmers,
or wo couldn't exist," said tho Judgo,
allowing tho discussion, which was
generally participated in, and brought
vut Home noodod amendments to the
resolutions, preaontod by II. D. Thiol
on, which woro adopted as follews:
Good Roada Program.
"Realizing that ono among tho
greatest noeds In tho county and etato
la bettor public hlghwnys, and realiz
ing also that, It Is Impossible for tho
county court to build good public
Tilghways throughout this county with
tho limited amount of fttndB at Its dis
posal for this, purposo, and In ordor
that road building Bhall not lag bqhlnd
ether lines of progress, It Is necessary
that more funds bo raised for that pur
pose. "It bulng Uia dmlro of this club to
lo all It can to aid In this Important
work, bo It thoroforo resolved
"That It Is tho senso of this club
that It mnko a strenuous effort to
ralso a fund of not loss than 2000 to
lo known as tho road.fuml, said monoy
to bo oxponded under 'tho direction of
tho county court of Marlo.n county, and
tho Good Iloads Ilurcau of this city, In
building permanent roads of broken
stono or ficreoncd gravol In tho four
Salem that shall subscribe and
pend tho greatest amount of volun
teer labor, computed at current wages,
or tho largest sum of monoy, or both,
In tho building In a pormauont manner
ono or moro public highways In their
respective districts. 8uch rpads to be
gin at tho corporate limits of the city
of Salem, and extend Into tho country
' Howovor, it will bo satisfactory to
tills club that any or all of tho above
subscribed monoy or labor may bo ox
pondod In repairing any heretofore per
manently improved highway, or con
verting partially Improved highways
Into pormnnont roads; or it may be
used In connecting two pieces of road
that havo boon permanently construct
ed, making ono complete and continu
ous strip of road so permanently con
structed, oxtendlng from said limits
Into tho country dlstrlcta.
in tho relatlvo proportion that sold
work shall havo been done, and in the
manner as 'aboyo sot forth."
Committee on Promotion.
Pursuant to Instructions received at
the last meeting of tho club President
Hofor, named tho following to constI
Ituto tho committee on encouragement
of good reads: A. N. Moores, W. T.
Rlgdon, M. Bredomeler, E. S. Lamport
and II. D. Patton.
To Advertise Salem.
Tho executive commiteo adopted a
resolution instructing Secretary Gra
ham to correspond with tho Portland
dally papers, asking them to glvo their
news roportB frorh tho Capital City
moro prominence, with headlines
across tho pago on which such nows
appears ,as Ib tho general custom
with cities as large as Salem. At pres
ent, Secretary Graham stated, nowo
from Salem was scattered over levor
a! pages, In with nowa from small
towns, and attracted no att.ntlon
whatever to tho second city In the
stato. Salem was entitled to at least
as much promlnonco as Vancouver and
Oregon City, and was not gottlng it
Committee on Flax Industry.
President Hofor also announced
that ho had appointed tho following
committee on flax industry: A. W.
Prescott, Eugene Dosse, TUmon Ford,
William Brown and F. "W. Durbln.
Jnmes Kyle, tho chairman of the
commltteo on car shortage, appointed
at tho last meeting asked for furthor
tlmo In which to report, and the re
quest was granted.
Shuts Out Some Vessels.
Washington, Nov. 25. Consul Malm
ross, of Colon, tolegrnptos tho state
.dopartmont yesterday tho follewing:
"Steamboat ngonts hero woro Informed
yestorday aftornoon of tho closure of
tho Cartngona harbor to vossols from
rf in fnlnn Tf Is nnf nlnanrl In nlhnr
"All of said volunteer labor shall bo lBthm,an portB
performed and monoy paid In by said,
districts, or substantially secured, on
or boforo tho ICth day of July, 1904.
Killed By Live Wire.
San Francisco, Nov. 2C. Bert Ross,
"Tho above montlonod $2000, moraU tolophono lineman, was olectrocutod
or less, Is to bo oxponded In tho man'
nor above sot forth, and so soon as 1
shall bo convenient after It shall havo
boon dotormlned what districts are en
titled to tho snmo, as follews:
"Forty por cent In tho road district
that shnll ralso and expend In tho ag
gregate tho largest amount of monoy
and labor. Thirty por cent In tho road
district that shall ralso and expend
tho next largest amount. Twonty por
cont In tho district that shall ralso and
oxpond tho third largest amount. Ten
por cont In tho district that shall
raise and oxpond tho fourth largest
amount of monoy and labor.
Such moneys to bo oxpondod upon
on a polo in tho streets. Tho- body
What Shall We
Have for Dessert?
This question arises in tho family
every day. Let us answer it to-day. Try
road districts adjacont to tho city of tho respective roads In said dlstrlcta
a delicious ana healthful dessert. Pre
pared In two minutes. No boiling I no
baking I add boiling water and set to
cool. Flavers: Lemon, Orange, Rasp
berry and Strawberry. Get a packaga
at your grocers to-day. 10 eta.
CONGRESSMAN LIVINGSTON .
Says Po-ru-na Is a Splendid Ca
COLONKti Ik 1. LIVINGSTON.
Colonol L. I. Livingston, Mombor ol
tho Industrial Commission and tho load
bag Domocratlo mombor of tho Com
mltteo on Appropriations In the House
it Representatives, whoso homo la at
Atlanta, Ga., writes t
' take pleasure In joining with
(Jcncral Wheeler, Congressman
Brewer and others la recommending
Peruna as an excellent tonic and
a catarrh cure." Col. L. I. Livingston.
All phases of catarrh, acute or chronic,
aro promptly and permanently cured,
It Is through Its operation upon tho ner
vous system that Peruna has attained
mob a world-wldo reputation as a bum
rod rollablo romody for all phases ol
catarrh whorevor located.
Mr. Jas. O. Morin, 1170 Ontario strcot
Montreal, Canada, writes:
" Poruna is certainly a groat catarrh
remedy. It cured mo of catarrh of th
head and I gladly indorso it. Canadian!
aro peculiarly afflicted with this disease
and for y'jnrs tho doctors havo tried tc
ovorcomolt with elixirs, powders and
pills, but Peruna has solved tho quostlon
and slnco tho medlclno haa been estab
lished horo hundreds of pcoplo hara
boon cured of catarrh." Jas, O. Morin,
If yon do not dorlvo prompt and satis
factory results from tho nso of Poruna,
writo at onco to Br. Ilartman, giving a
full statement of your cue and ho will
bo ploasod to give yon his valuablo ad
Address Dr. Ilartman, President ol
Tho Ilurtmou Sanitarium, Columbus. O
waa hold by tho wires, and his death
was watched by many in tho Btrccts,
who saw tho clothos burn from tho
Last Spike Chestnut
Ogdon, Utah, Nov. 25. Tho llarrl
man party arrived at noon, and will
reach Salt Lake tonight. Thoy will
drlvo tho lost splko In tho cut-off to
morrow, after which Harrlman goes tc
California for an Indefinite Btay.
i Poffto Rice
that is not caualled at the orice anywhere, wkmj.
years in the coffe and tea business We assert cos- i
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That will fllve zest to your dinner whether It's turkey or not.
This special brew Is bottled also for family ueo.
We deliver It at your door promptly. You have no trouble.
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ij Salem Brewing Association
Main Office 174 Commercial 8tr,eet, Salem Oregon.
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