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OREGON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 190
DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, 8ALEM
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Seattle Pr eacherReads
Riot Act to the
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
(nired for State
County Would Have Had Low
est Levy in Many Years
but for the Reckless
Tho Marlon county commissioners'
court ha mado tho tax lovy on tho
1903 asscsmont roll, totaling u) 2Q.G
nulla, a little less than, during tho past
fow yours, but muah higher thun was
expected, tho Inareaso being on no-
count of tho Increased, burdens nlnced
oa all tho counties by tho state. The
lovy shown tho following rate In mllU
on account of the several fund, and
tho amount each will produco on tho
valuation of tho property on tho as
Fund Mills Amt. tnx
State 8.00 7G.187.02
School G.30 59,238.00
County 4 CO 43,232.00
Indigent soldier ... 0.10 03000
Special road 1.80 13.D97.00
Total 20.50 $192,193.02
In addition to tho rovenue that will
be produced by the levy, the county
will have the use of a Imlanco of about
$8000 that will bo In tho general fund,
when the new taxes begin to como In,
and about $8000 to be rocolved from
feed and othor source from which tho
county derlvoe Its rovonuee. ostlmat
Ing ' this years Incomo from such
eourcoe the same as that rccolvod last
The county court would havo boon
nblo to run tho county on a 10-mlll
levy but for tho Increased domands ot
tho stato and tho Hchools, and had
those amounts not Increased, Marlon
county would havo been enabled to
run on tho lowost tnx lovy In many
years. Tho Incroaso In not duo to any
fault of tho county court, but ts dl
ipetly clfargablo to the legislature for
tho Increased approprlitlons mid tho
change In tho manner ot providing
funds for the schools.
DIAMOND STIRS UP
The Journal Has Unwittingly Sprung a
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T SAfflAMC'ZAamli iylf ll CJROWN POINT.
j BEAUTIFUL WOMEN WHO USE PE-RU-NA.
Pralso Pe-ru-na as a Curo and
Preventative of Catarrhal
Says the Wild Worship of
All Thoughts of Spir
Our business men are planning for
the business of 1904. Thoy seem to
think that tho future of our city, tho
greatnoeo of our stato, and tho per
manency of our population rest en
tirely upon tho business triumphs of
tho future. In othor words, thoy havo
coveted the dollar, and havo hoarded
tho coins, and havo desired wealth
until thoy havo lost flight of every
thing oxcopt tho business Idea and
sldo of llfo. Tho pretend to beuovo
that monoy, or business, Is tho back
bone of our city. Thoy forgot that It
would bo absolutely Imposslblo for
business td bo transacted, or for great
woalth to bo accumulated, wcro It
not for spiritual, or religious power,
bohlnd all schomos of llfo, producing
Integrity, honosty and manhood. Kvery
Irreligious and unrollglous man Is In
debted to tho rollglous nnd moral
forces nt work In tho community for
evory dollaV ho has accumulated, and
for evory dogrco of succoss ho has
nttalnod. If ho would only stop to
admit that fact, his callous, avari
cious heart would grow, to some ex-
tont. sympathetic and revorontlnl. If
tho pessimistic laborer would stop to
think, he would admit thnt oven tho
Hiicceee of the wicked man is due to
tho groat moral forces at work, and
that havo Impregnated tho ntmoe
phore he breathes. Tho futuro of this
city, nnd all othor cities, must de
pend upon moral, rollglous and spirit
ual powors for growth nnd permanency.
Our city cannot bo built on coin,
out of gold, or by tho hands of lech
oroutt, licentious, nvarlcous men. Tho
futuro will demand that tho man of
wealth presents a character a puro
as tho gold ho attempts to hoard; tho
futuro will scorn nnd condemn tho
man who nttompts to flaunt his wick
dnoss boforo tho nubile, and then do-
in nil, l rornl-tnltlnn nf tlin ,nn,1 nf n. COIlBOCrated ministry. TIlO ClllircllOS
olety nnd buslnoss. rognrdless of his ar "lled wlth B0(1y' righteous men
character, solely becnuso ho controls !nn'1 women, and Sunday schools with
wealth; tho future will demand that enthusiastic children. Tho motto for
our city be built upon Intogrlty of 1904 will be "All for Christ!" We will
character, purity of porsonul llfo and not ,l0 "fleil "nt" vory man has
Miss Elizabeth Ubor, No. 07 B&aiett
strcot, Albany, N. Y., -writes:
a I have always dreaded the tall
and winter because ot my extreme
liability to catch cold, when catarrhal
trouble would quickly develop
through my entire system which It
nmitdtakc weeks to drive away. I
am thankful to say that elnco I have
taken Pcruna, I do not have any res.
son to dread this any more. Last
tall when I suUcrcd with my old
trouble I took Pcruna and In nine
days was completely cured and since
that time, If I have been at all ex.
nosed to the damp, wet or coli
weather, I taken dose or two of Pe.
runa and It throws out any hint 0
sickness from my system. J gladly
Indorse It." Miss Elizabeth liber.
Mrs. Win. Dewey, Saranao Lako.N.
Y., Is second cousin of Admiral Dewey,
a Peru na Is tho most valuable ot
any remedy that 1 havo ever used tor
coughs, coias, etc. 1 vuksuuhj- ret
ommend It as a certain cure It used
according to directions." Mrs. Wm.
Miss Rosa Clorblng, a popular
society woman of Crown Point, Ind.,
a Last winter I took a long drive
In the country, and being too thlngty
clad 1 caught a bad cold which settled
on my lungs, and which I could not
fteem to shake off. I had heard a
great deal of Pcruna tor colds and
catarrn ana 1 oougni a uuma u trj.
I am pleased that I did tor It brought
speedy relief. It only took two bot
tles and I consider this money well
a You have a firm friend In me,
and I not only advise Its uso to my
friends, but have purchased several
bottles to give to those without the
means to buy, and havo noticed
without execution that It has brought
about a speedy cure wherever It has
been used." Miss Rosa Qerblng.
To neglect a cold Is to invito chronlo
catarrh. As soon as anyono discover!
tho first symptoms of catching cold he
should nt oneo begin tho uso of Teruna
according to directions on tho bottle,
and the cold Is suro to pass away with
out leaving any bad offocls.
Unless this is done tho cold Is almost
suro to end In tho second stngo of ca
tarrh which Is making so many lives
mlsorablo. If Pcruna was taken ovory
timo ono has a cold or cough chronlo
catarrh would bo practically an un
If you do'not dorlvo prompt and satis
factory results from tho lieu of Poruna,
wrlto at onco to Dr. Hartmnn, giving a
full statement of your caso nud ho will
bo pleased to glvo you hla valuablo
Addrpus Dr. Hartman, President of
Thu Hitman Sanitarium, Columbus,
Myrtle Greek. Or.. Jan. 8, 1904.
The Dally Capital Journal. Saletn. Or.:
Ctaat: Yoh tat In ytwr "kummIhk
GjOflUwl" ilia, yuur sukteilhar lias hU
hole of 1 numbers." I Uit t
sail the atiewUttN uf ywr malkema
ttaaA to tltai KtAlsHHent. K him at
work. Wet him U wwi, he ought te
be able to sow discover that he hat
hmuU a whtUke. How U the warM
do be HlmiM that there are 91
QlffenHtt mhnMimUimm ot the figure?
We eau wily NgHre wi TJW ef them.
Maybe we ar wrong; but you will
turn to show wc
A MI8SOUIUAN KHOM MIOIIIOAN.
there will be plenty of guessed to "go
round." 8o after all It doesn't much
matter how many there are. ns only
oae of them, or. perhaps, two. If the
number Is wK xnesel. will count, mid
way count uu the dead timber?
A Wwri Humlwr f rwelptanre being
luu! In The Journal Diamond II
kmiwn Number OuesuluK Contest. a
diet and gentlemen and young people,
tHteUeiw wm ud churrh members are
IMuim; the pruiMuslo- to take a
free (wees at a IM Tiffany diamond
Hug that to Juet what It Is advertised
to. We. ami tan be seen Wy calling at C.
It. Illttge' ewlry store.
A number of per have called to
Iwtulre how the unkmiwH Humher will
absolute rlKhteousuoes. The world Is
weury. nnd honest men are disgusted
with the efforts of Immoral mon try
ing to build and conduct cities with
out chnrncter, or solely with monoy.
Tho year 1901 will And tho moral
force of Seattle aligned with but ono
purpose, namoly, to elevnte the moral
tonn of tho buslnoss circles. Tho
past has boon spent by shallow re
former upon the surface of a corrptit
political world. They have dealt In
munlolpal abuso and In personal de
nunciations. Thoy havo left un
touched tho source of all tho crimes,
man will mnko him a supporter and
a promoter of tho kingdom of right
eousness. Glorious 1904 Is big with
religious and spiritual blessings for
every citizen In Seattle.
Kd. JiMriMl: I m that In yimr be made up. ami how it win remain
unknown? On mtkmu Inquired
what will be me with the remaining
number ihat will be toft after
the three are drawn out to make the
unknown nnmlor? They will be
bum In k urneww of the etm
mltlee Mutwty. Jumwry Ulh. Here
U th form of rMin thnt is belt
gueeslng ewlMt w mu there are
8W Kueeee. I think If yon will uim
Ine IMu Hae matUr i will Hnd Umt
there are jt gna. There tan be
nnmbere hegtwiinK with each Nur
and as there Xre 14. euuMing the etuh
er. there wwiM he m. llevw. as
(here will nn4oeMUr be ureal mind
that wMI ante s the nme nuwher.
. Saltm, Ore ,, ,,, 1904
JOURNAL DIAMOND QUES3INO OONTEST
C,w,d wnumw ;. Orefl0n
n',11','" ,". Dollar, subsoriptten te th
OaplUI Jeurnal (rem t90 u 190
The utd esymont brlnB wlely and In full value for the .aid MwVpVptr nnd
to the person ,n wh, MFM (h opp.rtunlty If th.v
Hr'II QUES8,NQ -v.rllMm to
lis .adw. :;. :.:::"" "nRnBwn num6u, Ma the
"- "" "-'"n ewri ins Mid nuffibert,
, HOFER BROTKEr8, PUBS,
' It nun (minlind 1 11 X tniaa cd-ntiarafi
oued, tlio weakest made to walk, and
overy drunkard made sober, right
eous and Industrious. Tho year 1904
will sea the greuteet rollglous move
ment wo have over had. It will not
be nn outburst of sontlmont, enthus
iasm, froth nnd rollglous insanity; but
It will bo a sano, obor, porslstont,
dotormlncd movement toward God,
morality and righteousness.
Tho futuro will boo tho doath of
tho supertlclal, the rosurrclctlon of
tho real. Tho minjstor who has boon
unreal, who has boon sunnrflplal who
... I .-- ,--...v...., .. .w
nii enmo ot our ctiys immorality, has been Iar.y. who has beon half-
If yuu rob crime and Immorality of hearted In his work, will become por-
Its power to produco a revenue, you slstent. oarnost. real nnd xoalous In
at nnro drive Its adherents to honest Oie performance of everv duty. A
toll, and )i bury It In the grave of revhal of lllble preaching. Illblo llv-
.vorlastlng oblivion. Therefore tho K nnd Hlble praying will constitute
rr.mo and Immorality of our city has the motto of the pulpit, the pew nnd
been fostered and fed by avarlcloua. the home.
money-lo Ing. money-gettlng. money- . ....
grafting bu.lnee. meTUey haZ Th! CJUrch" " h 'T ,U d9"
WHlonao,! and home. orM " Pt l RouIIom. com-
.mn.Mn deceney-all for the mighty mQB1 T 1 T"" ' P'rlt '"
OoUnr. Characters have been 2 7l " the nff ' lhe" "
need. (inriMon have bj TluSH K,? ,co .pWt
rerf. and eomnremlee. with hi. L. ,aI " ln Xho lW8t ha b9n PPd
been eftected-ali for u- ,ii.. "y unI10lJ ma of getting
dolla,., """ woney. They have resorted to sup-
Tt .1-.. ..- . . "' H,,n, BllMais Bn" rummage
, , " "" rer ": !. It U true they have made
oHwhTI ,5 T1 Uf bUi""M ",,a lrial-- Th flre will
SSi11,; "" who rh M commerdal schemes to sup
dTihtloJ. S.rV "T wU tot ' " Im.oes.be
anu rurnuoiu public demands refnr- uuIm. w u iu., k.. .u. ',.....t.
nnon. u u mr oneler to bo rlihivoiii mirUuai dit .1... ...... ..
A Realistic Aurder Trial Ad
ded to the Regular Program
Profoesor McEwen grows more and
moro Interesting each evening. Last
night the aiullenco was simply delight
ed with his work. Tonight Is his last
appoaranco hero, and he gtvw nn exhl
onion mat is simply startling. Aftor
A hypnotic Judgo trios n hypnotized
person, who Is accussod of murder
The lawyers, wltnossos, ofllcors and,
In fact, tho wholo court, Is under the
hypnotic spell, and tho situation Ii
really and genuinely dramatic Tho3
who have not seen tho wonderful feati
of McEwen should tnko advantage of
the opportunity tonight.
Want Brick Johnson.
Governor Chamberlain today Issuod
a requisition on tho governor of Mon
tana, for the dollvory to tho agent ol
the stato of Orogon of Brick Johnson,
wantod ln Wallowa county for the
crime of assault with Intent to kill
Johuson is In Missoula, whoro ho U
hold as a fugltlvo from justlco ponding
the arrival of tho agoat of this sUte
with tho warrant. J. c. Shackleford,
of Wallowa county, was appointed
as the agent to return tho prisoner to
New York, Jan. 9. Dryan nrrltol
Off S.tnilv ItnnU t.l- lk
he exhibition of slHght-of-hand and CoUlc7wh.c7u "cnt
Illusions, ha puts 011 a murder trial 'w
542 1-2 Congress Street.
Pootland, JIjline, Oct. 17, 1902.
& v l . 1 6'0n,31(?er " ine of Uardut superior to any doo-
wr s meuicina l ever uied and I know whereof I
speak. I suffered for nine months with suppressed
menstruation which completely prostrated me.
I ain would shoot through my back and sides and I
woum nave blinding heaaaches. My limbs would
sweii up anu 1 would feel so weak I could not
stand up. 1 naturally felt discouraged for I
seemed boyond the help of pbysicians.but Wine
of Cardui came as a God-send to me. 1 felt a
chance for the better within a week. After nine
teen days treatment 1 menstruated without sui-
wring agonies 1 usually did and scon became
w: t n , "W and without pain.
tn oflifdu,. . 6iraPly wonderful and 1 wish that all suffer
tag women knew of its uood aud ties.
iBMiriniB rsi uh fduii Biia mm ... ii -
than nnrUhti. i. u... 7 I "' "".' ."" -. m l"r "c,,n i
Uco iri. u l.T W,a0 lH "N whh h"t contributions of'
uh 7, """hj ih me iuw-kvin,
nL . ww,w w HUrooato. , w om.
The fumre wm aHj th rH-... i...,..
i good qualities.
Treaiurer, Portland Etonomlo League.
lf-acrintlng men and
Church grafting and eccles
blackmailing are damnable
forces at our lv u..... ... ...
w ,,,IH, Iur , gjj. B,iaM.iM j . ,., . .,
ration of svarv Bflui. i ... "wr" OI " samei
:,.J-N1,a,,,,M f a-winlnatkuu with hl wM of small Th,..
Vinn."-S S lL rrr - -
. tm. . ma., w s,t rrrj, "r ,"r",'.,1"u'
ron, anul the oloratlan at , , - "7"-"" w " wppon or tne
, ,a wevaiwo at her sub- Goeixal. Oar uauk ......... ,
-StS.'SSLm E rH"':;.'J-"''?- .
..... oimuutiiiij- in every
SST1 CemrJeteirSfffi0f wwSaSw?
health, woman agaiV RemK with wter"i made a B ?nd
lecauM this irreSt wmX -fJJIlr m o Cardui no C&BQ " hopeless
a Tand nevfaK? nan!ntly ni?et out of every tVenty
SwMyfee 'JlJ ehtacAseof irregular menses, bearing, down
KhywSS ftSST, ItSl dged &nd docto? hare