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CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1904,
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For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
-jt nAT)nCn"isit nolllm
L i-f-l wmAf1i- faf"ttftlnn-
forma .Convulsions .Feveri s h
I nesf end Loso or Sleep.
F-sSimU Signnlurt of
Bears the . t
Va For Over
Southern Pad fie Think
$3 Valuation too
exact cosoror wrappcr
ef kthoi, iimi Htw y ear.
There Is No Razor Made That Beats the
A Pertinent Question' Is "
Would the Company Take
Twice That Sum for
All its Land"
O. N. Andrews, of Portland attorney
for the Southern Pacific Co., nppoarel
bnfore tho county commissioners'
court today for tho purpose of Induc
ing tho court to reduce tho assessment
on the company's extensive holdings
In this county. Assessor Durton fixed
the assessment of theso lands, at f3
per acre, tho snmo as on all' other
timber lands In tho county. Tho argu
ment used by tho attorney for the re
duction of tho assessment Is set forth
In tho following lottor from W. D.
Kenton, ono of tho company's attor
neys, who was unable to appear before
Portland, On, Jan. 4, 1904. My
Dear Judge: I regrent to ndvlso that
I will not bo nblo to bo present bo
fore yourself and tho commissioners
on Thursday noxt relative to the pe
tition of the O. & 0. R. It. Co., for tho
reduction of Its ass ssmont on cer
tain of Us lands. I wish, howovor,
to say that I fully share the views of
...... . '"ir- Anurewn anu air. Koenier uiat
F-W4WW4WWWW0W the re(lctoa M ngke(1 by ug 0URht t0
i be granted for three reasons, nmong
J First Tho lands remaining unsold
nnd owned by the company nro the ro
fuio or poorost lands, all tho good
timber lands that are nvalablo or ac
cessible having been sold.
Second Somo of tho lands classed
by tho assossor as timbor lands aro
not properly so classed. Some of
those lands whllo thoy nro covered
with Rome timbor" aro wholly Inacces
sible; somo within tho forost rosorve,
nnd ought not to bolong to a class
called timbor lnnds.
I Third Tho company has thousands
of nrrw In IU grant upon which It
hns paid taxes for many years, nnd
will pay tnxos for many years In the
future. Hint cannot bo sold at ?1.G0
per acre, and much of It cannot be
sold at any price.
In view of these reasons nnd the
fact that the company, as you will
Wild by an examination of the roll.
Including the roadbed, ws a very
larxe per cent of all the taxes of nil
kinds, state, county, city, road, school
dlntrlrt In your county. I think the
reduction which the company asks
would Justified. You know thut I
have rnt been disposed to shirk or
avoid for the company It Just pro
portion of taxes, but In the last 10
- m- property or the company
has -jfHtn Increased more than SO per
rwit lu (outwwtHi valuation, while the
total roll of the state hns decreased
from two hundred and twenty odd
million some 10 years since down tn
about one hundruil nmt n...
i "W3es sjeomXm t:o:e.vi:
R. M. Wade & Co
WtMW 9V9 1 a I ft I C I a-K-HH4ej-t j
Phn: Main 2953.
193 Ctmmtrtial St
Is n warm sport but lie's always
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nit-ii: wuii inc goous so it is
with Elliott's Print Shop, if vou
nrc iu n, hurry for your printing
it s there when promised.
see the pomr?
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jy s a iw vmi ajjk?j
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THE PICK OF THE FORE8T
Has bi-en taken to supply the stock of J ;
lumber In our yards. Our stock Is
complete with all kln.l. nr i i... ! !
. - " mihiiwi, - - ...to mill iiuy.fcoven
Just received a ow kind of Na 1 ! ! 'MIn thUt year, thus showing thnt
liltiKlM. alw a car of line shakM. J thw "Hupany pays an undue propor-
W nie able to fill any and all kind ,,on r This company pay to-
()f lallL-t fM., ...! lu .. alas. .... tLl.n it
-- -..--. vvitiu Him w u niow ytMi o "" "- iruwn w all tb tAxei of
"iant and offlc near a. P. Hisngr; ; w" ' wlln to do Its fair share
"-Pot. "Phone .lain Oil. ! ! toward ttilt. It feU ta( it ou-ht
OOODAL. ...u !! ,0 a" T "MO.
A """ uu' I! '' very iruiy, W.M. I). FK.NTON
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It I understood that Mr. Andrews
et only ropnawnt the S. P. Co.. but
. mv, owner of tl,i.r M4 ,
; , l"'- ii is aui undwttwhi
at JudH Klaeald and CoWiiMj00r
Hdwartte are In favor ( lowering the
'h;"rM1wwt- b l Commission,
r Hill Is la favor of kopBf it W8w
Will Delight Salem's
Come Highly Recommended
From Every Point at
Which They Have
Considerable Interest Is being
awakoncd over the promise of a con
cort by Cosgrove's orchestra at tho
Salem armory noxt Tuesday evening.
People aro all anxious to hear music
ians of such merit whoso famo ox
tonds fromtho Atlantic to tho Pacific
coast, and who awako universal admir
ation and npplauso wherever they ap
Among tho musicians of Salem, es
pecially. Is thcro great anticipation
of tho nppoaranco of tho Chicago peo
ple, and numbers of them havo ex
pressed a desire to attend that even
ing as a mattor of education, believ
ing they can learn from such experi
Tho full program will bo published
In tomorrow's Journal.
Prosldont B. D. Heeslor of the Mon
mouth State Normal school tole
graphed Captain Murphy yostorday as
follews: "Cosgrove's concert vorv
satisfactory. Our peoplo dollghted."
Read what tho Dutto Minor had to
say of tho appoarnnco of Cosgrove's
Orchestra In that city May 3, 1302.
"Thoso who failed to attond tho con
cert by Cosgrovo's Orchoatrn last
night mlswd ono of the very host
musical treats of tho soason. Tho
orchoitra Is made up of tho most ac
complished muslclnns pnd tho concort
which they gnvo was worthv nf n
packed houso. Tho program oponed
with a march "Tho Fortune Tellor,"
by tho full orchestra, followed by nn
ovorture, "Music Hnll Fnvorltos."
Tho xylophone duet called for a
doiblo encoro whllo tho cornet solo
by Havoner was a suporb offort.
"Tho Darklos' Jublleo of "Pastlmo
on tho I,evco" was one of tho numbers
which delighted the nudlenco to tho
limit. As the music floated along 6no
coum imnglno the arrival and depart
ure of. tho river- stoamor, as the
wnistle blew and the paddle wheals
produced a swish in the water, and
then came tho buck and wing dancing
by the darkle on shore. "The Old
Kentucky Home" was beautifully
played on the chime, followed by a
"The medley. "War Songs (,r Our
Hoy. In nine" w rendered with nil
the life Intended by the author, and
the slide trombone solo "Asleep on
the Deep" was never heani i.Mtn.. i
A vivid and (vnnt lmitn .i.
Indian powwow was given In which
the tom-tom took a prominent part as
well ns the revolver and Indian yell."
THE MEW BABY
Opens up a new world to the loving
mother. If It is a strong, liealtliybaby
that new world is a world of happiness.
If it is a weak, fretful child the new
world is full of anxiety. It has been
proven in thousands of cases, that the
use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip
tion makes all the difference between
strength and weakness in children.
Healthy, happy mothers have healthy,
happy children. " Favorite Prescrip
tion " gives the mother strength to give
her child. It uinkcs the baby's adent
practically painless and promotes the
secretion of the nourishment necessary
to the healthful feeding of the nursing
"I have been uItiR Dr. Pierce' Favorite Pre-
ho MIft m&;!HE
3 TRAIN8 TO THE! EA8T DAILY,
"I nave oeen uihk ur. ncrcc rnvumc ric
icrlptlon and can lay It U just what you adver
tise It to be." writes Mra. Victor J. Hadln, of
Leoitardsville. Riley Co.. Kansaa. "I began
taking u jum two mouina nciore uuuy came
and waa irrmtly benefited by it use. The doc-
l.l-I.M I. lit., llMI .
and waa prmtly benefited by Its use. The d
(or who Olienuca rac mmo. l am anom aa wcu n'
anyone he had seen (as I wai sleV only about
three hours), nnd also that your ' Favorite Pre
scription was 'one patent medicine' which he
did have faith ill. We now have a darling baby
bov, strong and healthv, who weighed nine
pounds when born. During this month he has
gained three and one-half pounds. Have never
given him one dose of medicine."
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Advi.er, in paper covers, sent free on
receipt of ai one-cent stamps to pay
expense of mailing "0) Address Dr.
R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
Dr. Stono makes no chnrgo for
consultation or prescription. Can
bo found daily at one or tho
other of his drug stores Salem
8 60 a, m
7 45 p. m.
From FortlAnd, Or,
Salt 1-ake, Danver, Ft.
worm, umana, hanaai
OitT, Ht. Lonii, Ubicago
Bolt Lake, Denvor Ft.
Worth, Omaha, Kansaa
Oltr, St. Louis, Chicago
UTalU uTafla 1 nTtT
SpokMifli Wtdlsoe, PuU
niaa, Minneapoua Bt.
P.n Tlnlnlh Mllw.nV
Ohloago, and Eaat.
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PORTLAND TO CHICAGO
No Cbisie of Cars
OCEAN AND RIVER BCIIEDULU
All sailing dates aubjoct
Ball avery fi days
To Astoria ani Way
Steamer Ruth leavos Salem tea
Portland nnd way landings on Tues
days, Thursdays and Saturdays, about
C a. m. M. P. BALDWIN.
A. L. CRAIO. Ajrt.0.n.&N. 9nlm
Gen. Pass. Agt Portland, Or.
S(ll nor flrnritvUa ..4 k.... a
There's where mat GOOD treatment S'SSoY goods
awv in and
CD m o. OROCKNV
Theo. M. Barr
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lint At- ll iiTZ y-j,jt ,WTHJKJ
cX m,,a luir ,Taier ana
' - OREGON
Burroughs & Fraser
Bwt Material, Best Workmen
The Reduction Made.
The county wHirt ba4
rwNtoa x W r.t. M, ..!l
oh all Sot,n ic,8r ,,RAi ,B Um
--w. ii !- Rt flr,t a.
I IW acr and over.
Thl COtM-lui-oti usik .l,.i ...
. ...... .w -"""og cmpa-'c ar
miet hw ,, wy
em,par a takw R offr ".
tton uUr eowWwattoa. and nT
Mowtr ot uit ctwrt Mat taat If
amat. lit coway WM Vwp Z
miW at n ir acre. 7Li.J"
t it for ,h, ' L1
Millionaire' Poor Stomach.
Tho worn-out atomnch nf rim .
fed rallllonnlro Is ofton narndort in ),
public prints as n hornbln mnmni.
the evils attendant on the possession
o fgreat wealth, nm millionaires are
not the only ones who am nrai,..,i
with had stomachB. The proportion I.
far greater among the tollers. Dys
iwpela and Indigestion are rmn.
among those people, and they suiter
fa- worse tortures than th miiiin.i..
unless they avail themselves ot a
alandard medicine like Green's AtiRtist
ivnwr, wniCB Bas btn n f..K.
, ... " WUWIU
nousenom remedy for all stomach
troubles for over 38 years. August
Flower rouses the torpid liver, thus
creating nppotlte and insuring perfect
dilution. It tones and vitalises the
entire system, and mnlcoa m. ...u
ung. no matter what your station
Trial bottle, tie: recuUr si.a 7t .
a druggists. At Dr. Siw. w
Is still horo, and no busy na over.
When your clothes nro worn and
dirty, or tho buttons off talco them to
her, at tho Salem Dyolng nnd Clean-
lnc Work8. Itonnlrlrur nnd rnllnlni-
new volvot collars put on ovorcoats;
also four suits a month fnr 41 Pnltnt
ror ana roturnou.
MS. C. H. WALKER, Prop.
195 Commercial Street.
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JTV . "Hrlnal and Onlr (Ifnulnn.
T-:?." ' ...' :'!""'. I.b4Iw. Prurin
V !."(T?,a "ulllull ami Imfli
rlii'rdl. " fine
11 vi ')Kma
n) Uoid tofft.Uit bogi, m:j
,wq iikehaa hfP. lr.r...
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iu, uit ,, u. ju Sum, I-HUjL,
SI nn rimclMt it jm ih
q,.d. s,t,u, ,.,.,... rilm .!":
u7 at iU ion cuia ht ikn, Dr. 8. U uVn
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,,""" vr n u aebiu, ciutiUn.Ttu-.tk .
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Sold In 8alem by 8. C. Eton.
Call for Free Sample.
Offers a choice of THREE3 trato-ayi.
KANSAS CITY, ST. JOSEPH cfr
OMAHA, to Chicago and points East
Through Standard and Tourlil
sleeping cars dally between San Fran
cisco and Chicago via Los Angola
and El Paso,
Through Tourist Sleoper eack
TUESDAY from Portland to Chic)
via Salt Lake and Colorado Springs.
Through ' Standard Sleonlnr Can
dally between Ogdon and Chicago.
Lowest rate In effect always BTall-
ablo via "Rock Island SyBtom."
Reduced ROUND TRIP RATES In
effect on July 12, 13, IB and 16, and
August 18, 10, 2D and 26; 00 dayo re
Do sure that your ticket reads tU
tho Great Rock Island Route, '
Tho best and most reasonable din
ing car sorvlco. For Information,
ucu. v. BAINTER, T. P. A,
L- B. GORIIAM. Gon Art.. 2B0 Alda
street. Portland Oro.
From Tacoma, Seattlo, the Pug
nnJ.dJ;ountry. nntl Spokane to Mil
?h rin.rtSor .P0'1118 a o Soutieart
Through ti-olns Seattle to KanMi
City ootilnnivl vultv, V.I.. .
atandard Pnllmsji sleepers, and Ut
.UL"; 'a8t. tourist sloepers, cleia.
comfortablo and cheap.
WhV not rnUA th. ii i.i
wlo nun . " ""uuiwiBl BDBCiau
J ??Bl d th0 Brllngtont Yoa
worse e,V and you mlght d0
m'S? Bs-e our. Motto,
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"Portland and Return Oniu moah
The Southern Pacific Is now selling
round trip tickets to Portland from
Salem for $2.30. rood coin- a..........
or Sunday, returning Sumiav n.i xr
lay. giving all day Sunday and Mon
day In Portland. Tho same arrange
ment applies from Portland, giving all
Portland people a chanr i .i.u ..
ley points at greatly reduced rate.
W. H COMAN. O. P, A
CASTOR I A
For Infant and Children,
The Kind You Have Always Bought
.... 6:45 ii, m.
..13:15 p. in,
.. 7:00 n.m.
..12:20 p m.
TIME CARD NO. 24
No. 2 for Yaqulna:
leaves Albany .
No. 1 Returning:
Arrives Albany .
No. 3 for Derol.
Leaves Albany .,
Arrives Dotrol .
No. 4 From Detreit:
t Z v. ny 5:55 p. m
til x arlvoa ,n Alby
th,. ' . WeU M glv,n8 two or
hree hours In Albany before depar
ture of S. P. northbound train.
Train No. 2 connects with the S
I. trains at Corvallls and Albany glv.'
ing direct servleA to w 7.6,v
Jacent beaches. " ana ad-
Train No, 3 for rwu ... .
and other mountain 7Z
Albany at 7:00 a. n ..v. I6
trolt about noon, g.ng UnTo
to reach tho Springs same day
.-. .urunw mronnaUon apply to
T. COCKRELL, Agt, Aw"' I
H. IL CRONISE, j S1
A. C. 8HE-DON, General Aocnt
IOO TmilD STREET.
I O. C. T. CO.'S PA88ENQER
WMiH!S.t,'JfJ0f9r I'onimd. Monday,
weaneKlay and Frlflay al 10 a, m.
m fe'y,urflfy,ncl 8wrdy at 7 a.
t p? ttfderDJenoe dt0r exceP Sunday
Deck: F00t of Trad- ftMWt
?Jt. BALDWIN, Aflt
Capital Normal School
First National Ranv nniiiin c.i..
BMSKf ?8?f &" opeas
J. J. KRAPS. Salem, Of
J. Brownstein & Son-
M State street Highest cash price
paid for hide. Pelt. Wnoi Tallow
and Fura; also neneral dealer In ol
ron, Rubber and Metals. Phone 2071