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JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON SATURDAY, JANUARY 2,
i44 54. ie Urw Now Yea,t iot us. The
past twelve months have been the most ptos
petous and satisfactory in out business career
in nearly a quarter of a centory. We manic
out patrons for their substantial support, and
shall endeavor in the coming year to please
them as never fcefore.
JOHNSON & CO.
THE DULY J
8rlpp New Association Telegram.
DY HOFER BROTHERB.
Dally One Yetr, jfiQ In Advance.
Dally Thru Months, 1.00 In Advance.
Dally by Carrier, 60 Cnts Per Month.
Weekly Ona Year, $1,00 In Advance,
JOURNAL SPECIAL DELIVERY.
Oao Woflk f .10
Onu Month I .36
Tbroo Months fLOO
tAt Journal Office.
At Daue's Qrceary, South Salem.
At Oe-Waraox Orocery, Yew Park.
Asylum Avenue Orocery Store.
Btectrlq Qroqery, East State SL
4-N-H-HM 1 lllllll M-M-H 1
OREGON COMINQ EVENTS.
National. . livestock., convention,
Portland. January 1MB.
Aaora Kent ahor, Dallni, Janu
i i 1 1.
Toiilnlit at Stiaday, efcwdy and oo
' i ' i
THE POPLAR HELD.
Hy William Cowpr.
TbiK)iUw utv failed; farewell le Mia
Ana thtt hlinrii muW nf the tm
The wlmk r m leaser and ting In
Nor Oww on bU botem Uiilr Image
bn doni rimI th millH)k fur 1901 In. the now schedule of ftvn to he collect
very favrahl. ji'd by coiinty rworder 'nrrcases tlioao
Thin wctlon. of thi rountry literal (fee In many cases unreasonably In all
ly Iim "money to biiru," aa a result of but Multnomah county,
good crop and ood price all around. Many of thea change affect - tho
The went Imp In the price of hope ' debtor clan, and the farmer la hit In
will probably be followed by a almllar
advance in nrunw, and then all will
lw on' vlvel for 1001.
The Mibatantlal charncter of the
Willamette vnlley people Iibh been
proven by the way Salem merohnnU
who hnve pushed trade have mtc
ceeded. Many of the 8alm merchants hnve
doubled and trebled their atocka of
woods In the pait few year. The per
manent rewHiree of till section are
the foundation of mfr prosperous mer
Twelve mm hire ttom eta I
flrfJ Uwk a v(ew
Of My favwrlie M4 and Uie Wank
whara they mw.
And ku'w In tk rtkm beheld Uiy are
Ami the tree to my teat that were kttt
me shade. v
The bta&blnl bus (1m4 to aaathar re
treat, Whwe the batata ajfoN Ww a mwk
(row lh heat.
Ami the ihnhw where fata weludy
ckwrjtWKl me before
HHMmnd with hi Rowing ait
ly m tnn
IMPROVE THE pUSINESS STREETS
i ne entMrtHlM or the people of
Court 'etreet In moving for a perma
nent imrement U matter for nenernl
ttveu a hlgliprlcetl aaphalt nave-
inent would net tejet to exceed (ISO
for a eO-toot front, ami on 10-yeur In-
eUUwenu the ooet would he 20 n
The Mraace In renu would more
Uan par tlila anniwl exiwHe In the
of an ImnroveweHt tax. and
pweerty wtwht iMreaee In value.
Itat the bHefneM part of the city
abonhl not be orvrkwhed. Ilrlck pave
liteitt oh ODnimerainl atreet nnJ nn n
few blociM (m State and court I x
ilble ami detKrable.
Tb briek the buetneae blecke fnun
Oeter to TWe m CowefclaL Ub.
eny rrem GhetHeheta to Ferry, and
Stale and Cwirt (nm Proat to Church
womM be a itmed ttet In advance, and
otiflHl to b.- nedenaken. The bual
advance In th cot of recording hop
contract from $2 00 to $1.00 and
$S.00. This U nil oiitraKeoua nil
vanco. A atlll Kreater onlraRe was perpe
trated In raining the expense of nut
urnllilnK foreign citizens to a llRiire
that In most cnson will bo prohibitive
A mero declnrntlon of Intention to
becomo n cltlzon will coat J1.G0 In.
atwid of B0 conta, under the old law.
llnOordliig complete naturalization of
an alien U rnlaed from $S.50 to tH$.
How many forolgu-born cltlzeiw will
iwiy $5 00 for the prlvlloge of becom
ing a voter? They are nioetly poor
fnrmora and working men In tin
towim and cltlea.
Such lefslalatlon In a premium nn
the rich man operating In nolltloa.
and In future a few rich politician
will pay for nnturnllaatloii where the
foreinn-boni voter badly needed,
la not mich n itate law a bad low
to advert lee to the world that foreign
born oIUimui are put under the Un
of extraordinary exiwuae to become n
AnH yet aueh tiraiHMltloM nra
ruahetl tbnuigli without reading them,
ami newepapera and politicians hoaet
of the achievement, and Imagined they
chtHk-nwtel what they conceived to
tie a ttroko of pollttca on th nnrt nt
a lemocrat1c Governor.
THE RAILROADS ARE AGITATED.
There are Indications that the ral'l.
road people are agitated mi niwmm .,r
..-n.,,nns. , H ,tNa, . ...
street of UrtMun Cltv Hr. t.v-.i I lh fHllg off la iklpmeuta In et-r,i
ihta way tor lea years. Oregon, r.us-,1 by the advance Jn
eare are ail htutiux
Awl I mtiet we km lie aa kiwty a
With a ur on mt Umti aad a atotM
m mi hs4.
lire aaotkur u h grew fci MlM ,fc
Tta attht to otMBt nt, IT anyUUn,
T mm en the tHOn tltaennM
TheU Ma Me be a im. t .
Maw a bete hw & tw i,,
TH VtR t ifae Alloa, w..
EVILS Or THE 8H0RT SESSION.
The aha (ee4o In luetf aa aR
an evil, bet (he mletake w u.,i.
when the UonbHcaM CMuma decided
m mw hw about thirty nbMt for
tottolaiion, nd then ttlli insist a
ttNltM of Uiree 4a.
Th evil Nftulto Vf IMa j, H9
VttttK ttt etVB OUi nil nil .LIl
8nieUr a day noes by but enwe fan.
r f lerikMUve Intent It dnwioeed
antntenUonal ba4 result i!
Oovemor CnanUiurUin u .i i-
Inniatlna hHat only a short teuton
M be rtMlttlrwi u. rMy tho
w w ine uuaflon aad ,
The Hotnihtlvw w.-re wraua In
ma, m( oecipina in lata ....
. . - " " v
"v iwtwrtkiK nwtter. After
"" tfAe un thirty menanrre
they aewnhi have etaeM ... . ...
fcU ei theanaoho, wKn
work to ink i, ....
n. U. Mnnofclk-nna ahM not have
- " tt thtaiO to tkM najm.
mm ar neanlnr u.M..
THERE IS A DIFFERENTlAl nc
$8.00 PER THOUSAND IN FAVOR 'liwtrntnra.
$2.00 PER THOUSAND
If Uie sixty per cent advance rate
a'ands on Western Oregon sawmiiis,
.i.- .iii Im mllllnn made by Some
iliviv n. mw ...........
big lumbor trurts, and Western Ore-
gon Industries win oc niueu, uu ""-
i.orinn.ta u-lti im forced Into the nanus
of capltnllMs for ono-tonth their valu
THERE IS A Ulr-r-fcHtr i iu vr
$2.00 PER THOUSAND IN I-Avuit
rri.lu la lha linttlf. nf tho IndttStrlOS
that the Salem Commercial Club id
fighting, single-handed, for the flhl:-
..Ai r,r Wmlnrn Drezon. TIlO lllli
fiatfnftumntm nf tlm fllnta nro flllent.
They are padlocked by some mysteri
ous power, and daro not even hibcu
tlm matter, much less give tho news
about the advance in rates that goes
Inlc effect January 19th.
THERE IS A DIFFERENTIAL Or
$2.00 PER THOUSAND IN FAVOR
It Is the most serious crisis that has
ever confronted our mausiricB, ana
will have to bo resisted by tho ship
ners and tho neoolo conorally. unlesa
they want to abandon all hope of get
ting a market.
THE DIRECT PRIMARY DILL.
The nrlmnrv bill nronosed by the
Clackamas County Direct Nomination
league may bo imperfect, but It Is a
move In tho right dlreoilon.
It will compel discussion, nnd in the
end the subject will bo bettor under
stood, and (he real cause of roforni ho
There is d miner of undertaking too
much, r.nii that Is tho weak point of
tin- nrnposed bill, which would abol
ish all political conventions at one
Kxistiua political Institutions can
lv amended, changed and better pro
cesses substituted, but can never be
wept away and abolished at one step
Direct nomination began In Minne
sota and other states at city elections,
extended to counties and thus grew
to take In the whole itate.
That Is the natural process of the
development of political Institutions,
and all political organizations are a
growth, a development
The bill prepared by the Marlon
County Dliect Primary League, and
submitted to tho last legislature, had
this defect. It wont too far.
The representatives of tho people
would not trust themselves to vote
to abollh all political conventions.
as the majority of the people lmvo
been nccustomod to meeting In con
ventions, and will not nt once aban
don that custom, or surrender that
SALEM HAS HER REVENGE.
Say, wouldn't the dreariness of the
Portland New Year papers distress
Of all the tiresomeness ever put In
print the imge and pages of roaurrect-
ml "statistics" take the bnkerv.
Salem write-up and Salem ads were
coiwplcuoiwly absent. This town hns
caught on, and didn't invest.
Saiem got nn advertisement In the
feer "microbe" editions that will do
this town for years to oome.
Pages of Illustrated matter were
given out to convince the world that
this wna n pestilence-breeding, fever-
stricken community, when offlcldl
search failed to disclose any cases
That do gives Salemltes an eye-
opener as to what the hundreds of
iloiiare they shell out for Portland pa
per may bring them "It they aiv
There Is no way to treat such so!-
fish furgetfulnee of the true Interest
of the community, but to forget the
elf 'Cures consumption. Not all
m J cases, but very many. Your
nnw tArxntnt flll full tfrtii mff nfintif
UVWIVl Will IW1I JJ IIIVI V HUUUI
this cough remedy. JEm?.0;:
B9Q0999991O9Q9to9QWi99991 And tho king showed that ho know
ucnnfi, oy Benaing me iour-oyea
young lady from tho Dock Bay a bouquet.
The telegraph service yesterday wna
"fpw and far between." As tho opera
tors all had a holiday from noon until
1 o'clock. Tho difference In time so
fixed It that when there was some one
to send thoro was no ono to rocolve,
And now Mabel McKinley lo playing
the lost diamond advertising act. The
arts of the actress aro quickly learned.
A church choir In Montreal struck
because their pastor criticised thorn
for chowlng gum and eating candy
ilurlnc tho services. Aa between Qod
nnd tho candy, thoy choso tho latter,
and tho church was Improved by tho
The car comnanv needs some new
rollers on scmo of thobo car do'.Ts, If
thoy have to go to Corvallis for them.
If the Soclallft.1 want to take up a
llo subject, why don't they debate
the (litostlen: "Resolved. That tho
Republican j nrty Is tho true friend of
the laboring man.
Albany hnsn'l hnd n special session
of the legislature but they lmvo had
a week of theological discussion on,
at tho hnnds of Dr. I. D. Drlvor, which
I nearly as oxcltlng.
A Uoston girl sent K'ng Kdward nn
Invitation to her coming-out party.
Astoria pridos Itself on tho fact
that the fines nnd forfeitures In the
police court tov Deeomber amounted
to $1070, asngninst ?(85 last year.
Astoria Ih growing.
At tho theatre fast night, tho most
Interesting question was, "Whdro lb
Uurliisr tho hiatus in tho olectrlc
lights at tho thoatro last night, lamps
wero lit nnd candles produced. It
seemed quite old-fashioned and home
like, but tho kaleidoscopic beauty of
bright costumes and piquant faces,
llko the lights wont out.
p Tho Ihentro management was like
Memory last night, because thef
brought "tho light of other days
Fall apples aro high, although It la
nlalnlv to bo soon by their bruised ex
teriors that they liavo taken a tumble.
As a rule, men, donkoys and facta.
nro stubborn things.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Wc Wish to Thank
Our cueolmora for tho very liboral pntronngo bestowod upon
HO 1 II l1M i I S IfAH M IHni nvaWM.l 'P.. l!u .. II
uo uuuuk uiu vein jusi t-llliuu. J.rUBWIlJJ UVUTV OI10 WAS WOll S
pleased and satisfied with our efforts in the past. "Wo will try I
to deserve vour valund nntrnnnrfA in tlm fntiirn Om. nof ooi-. "
y . -. w ...v ,uwvw. nsu uvg, aji-
vices ate always at your command.
Wishing You All A Happy
I xBw. H
We are yours gratefully
Yokohama lea Store
M. Btedemeit, Ptoptietot.
kin. u. tr -- rw
""' nil l HIV WI nilljii m L.k'.w ... wmu, M
ktt W.t t . . "" ""in
"-" " aBMUMHi tM ai mi
Tb Oratr iwilom rv.,.o.i.
Club of Salem baa towibictwl a earn
pabi" U favor of Uo afelira that la
bjtunlag to bay. kwu airi .,.
!! ar iHdlratttNM that tt prohlbl-
"rj- raiM win iw mmhhBwJ.
THERE IS A DIFFltRENTIAL OF
M.00 PER THOUSAND IN caui,.
Thw ilttltborat rat of luwi.. ..
- - - .nTTIWI VCt
o abottt atM) uor ut Xo al, jR
vmwwaia. irow all tki Interior taw,
WllU. will ba a trrlLU. 1,1.. . .v, ...
THERE IS A DIFFERENTlAl. OF
fcM PER THOUSANO IN FAVOrl
r rui UINO,
l a rUt4 by Uie maiug,,, (lf
.- m. r. ua uHW oro. aud tbl
w at Orvio ItutMUto wu ntrk
t an kichw Ih authority. Mli
Ut tk. IHNMt o, tk. w ;
buMtr luwtor tract.
JJ!2 'S A D,FFKRENTIAL OF
.W PER THOUSAND IN FAVOR
OF PORTLAND. R
Tfcat tnwt baa tan, wliu I ww
iMton; kol ullUuna . a, .
.ffttiurh MHewm. ul
Mury them In oblivion until tlmv
l.arn to know letter than to daprlv
lh bmut1ful Capital City of Its sani
Tk Journal blive In flghtlug for
Its 'H dunithlll. Salsm and Marion
county taw tvr tnwtwl Portland en
tarr1sa with Hlwrallty.
Ut when a cummunitv rjv
buokeiaful of eold Witr in !... u
Is Kratlfying to know that It baa the
thors tf its hunilUatlON.
Theo, M. Bar'r
Hnnvor to Httrr Pets-I.
Hot Air. Hnt Watfr anH
Steam Heating a Specialty.
Burroughs & Fraser
wh, to ZZLlZZZ
iiMlzrMM,w,'t', izzzrrzrr v
, lmUM u t
m fe a mK,
IS DRINKING A SOCIAL VICE?
DrtakJn; hmmv or Imb Hrui.i
aad lNt4wirMiinc bvrai g a god,,,
ouvtcMH. but mrt a vie
Habitual drwakww i. ..,, kll,
o a social vlc. bciu h, dn,uk
n ht tk wot muoelal of all beings.
-'" ,a "w K ilWlkw and
akiiu tk 4raniMnU, and k laturally
u all other human ktiagt. and dis.
Tkrt are mm wko drlak too muck
4r tk stlMuhta of social inttn-"-
J" u " tlPPW. momL
c aad draakard la seik as a ml
JUT " " a " WH
mo. m Mnfc tkaa tk wUUrr Un.
tUtr wko wilt atand at a bar .w
vral auwjt v)4
. , or nnj a hntikk m
te .to M wiy, naW
THERE .8 A DIFFERENTIAL OF Z!V ""
Best Material, Best Workmen
and Promptness are our Motto,
rcgon State Bank
JK i n tentt and donatio exchange,
CoHMtJona mad oa favwnble term.
Notarisa Puh.r, tondr our a in .it .,
coaveynnelnK. Rati ... i rTl w all matter of
YOUR BU8INBM 8OLI0ITBD.
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