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JOUBNAL, SALEM, QEEOON. SATURDAY, OCTOBEB 14, 1005.
Vmi n mtc, mHiririff tested KixtV
OIIIIIHIlim fHHIM 1 1
t f years! Sixty years of experience, think
i fJ I Tf of tbatl Experience with Ayer's Sar-
- ' " " ' sspaxills; the original Sarsapariiia; ac
-f Sarsapariiia tne doctors enaone tor mm
blood, wesk nerves, general debility.
IV Urmtn W H f t4Iu
fc NEWS :
- - ! M
I - -
'niTTV m mm 1 T TYTTD W A T i creation of class above the reach of
UAUil UariliilJ duummu
BY HOFEB BEOS.
OFFICIAL CENSUS SALEM.
MAT, 1901, 13,287.
MBS. WOODCOCK, THE PORTLAND
A lot of Porthmi peopJ em to
think it a groat- Jeko to drag Mes;
WmjmIc iato premiswaee t all poet
The poor eld ksdy has been givoa
almost MtkHMl promlssase s a kind
of ghastly polities! Joke, krtkktioH
thera dearly .
The Porttand mooUse has been 1
Jng tricks ever since she appeared.
waving the "Ktwenfetl" flag over
They have sot been aWe te eteot a
United States Snfcir da Mrs.
Woodcock wit her flag has om lat
Portla&t programs bore fatter "V
the waysfcie sad Pert! eaaJMat
dear to th brt of h bmUu Skave
fallen, to, ever sJnse she .
Urea tfca little jae efc
eeaW aot bo imBe4 off wstasgettts:
Mm Weodeeok t tho fross, eatag
ber in" a box, etc
Whatever the regrssn may hve
bees at that cWerenee k wesrt to
'pircj tie momest the bos p
' Sraater Ilais sob blame so oe
"eJso bt the Portland newspapers that
lve fanned Mrs. WeedeoeW's repnta
(tiea into national proportion.
There are nemo who think the far--nlshes
a largo espply of the politioal
-sagacity snl acumen that has emanat
,Xxi from that city of late year.
It is certain that as long as sho Is a
feature of Republican gatherings there
,-nre liable to bo things happening.
Koropcatt buroanoeraey anl rel-Upeivn-
la making rapid strides in our
cosntrr, that will load to the overthrow
of dcraoeratU priaeiplos and may end
By the extension of the so-ealloil
eivil-servlee oyotem to all branches
and departments of government there
is being Wit up a professional offiee
holding oIam who oon never bo got ritl
The system promulgates its own rules
nnd grows by what it feeds upon. It
mean oaeo a government employe, at-
wars en the rtarrells. It ea the
of the Blood
Came many trouble, pimples, bolls
ami oihor oruptioiti, beildo loss of
npjKitltc, that tirvHl feeling, flu of 111
iousnoM, itiiligcitloii and headaoho.
Tlio sooner ono gets till of them Uie
letter, ami tho way to get rid of them
and to build up the system that has
suffered from them is to take
Forming In combination tho most
effective alterative and tonic medicine,
aj shown by uuequ&lcd, radical and
permanent cures of
Scrofula Salt Rheum
Peorlnslo Bolls, Pimples,
All kinds of Humor Rheumatism
Blood Poisoning Dyspepsia
Catarrh Debility, Cto.
Accept no inbtiitnto, but bo sure to
got Hood's, and get it today.
Already t'ere are being promoted
efceis-n to pet all taw people employed
aader she civil servleo ast ti ponetea
rolls after reheWsfe a eertaia age a
grMem thsft U entirely vn-Amerieanv
S. C. Bartrnm, wperi.er of forest
roeerves at Rosebsirg, aks as to pnb
lfefc the following no a nsattor of newo,
which w to with pieaenre, to eall at
teniioa to tfce systm:
To VmUA SU1 Cfril Servloo
Oommfaslen will hM an oxaalnatioa
tt she periUon of Forest Supervisor,
'at the foHowisg named plaeeo and
dates. In tke state Of Oregon, to wit:
"Rosabwrg. Oregon. Oet 16. 1905.
"La Onusse, Oregon. Oet. M, 1905.
"For f4t infonsaitoa relitive to
this examination aMrosa the United
States CivH Servtoe Commlsoiea, Wash
ington, D. C."
Bv what is sM axve we mean no
ds.voBrtwr to Mr. Bartrnm, and no
44ffrtny to any department of the
We believe tho civil serviee system
shonld be limited to a very email nam
Vr of epatins of a speoial char-
We 4 not believe that more than
e-ferii of tho employes in the pov
tal nerrke shonM some under its
Pat aM the employes in any depart
moot nader the elvil servke system
asl that braneh of tho government is
no longer American.
It eannot bo reached by tho eltizen.
It Is not open to public sentiment or
Appointments are placed beyond
the eentrol of tho official in charge of
the serviso being rendered and he be-
eoaco a mere figurehead.
The system onee noricr the eivll ser
vice extends Itself, oan never be got
rid of, each employe being beyond the
reach of tho oitiien, and interested
only in snstaining his department, in
creasing his salary, holding his job. re
gardless whether it is a department of
any nse to tho people or not.
Reforms become impossible and the
tendency of the whole system Is ,to
buill up endless bureau!, irresistible
red-tapo methods, ami tho control of
the people over tkclr sorvanto is gene.
We know it is plantlblo and pepwrnr
to bow don-B to all that is done in the
name of civil service regulation. But
error is alwayt plausible.
o . .
laws and the Oame.
An article pabllshed in Tho Journal
Ostobor 11, beaded "BngUsh Game
Laws," takes from the Aurora Bore
alls, and for which, by the way, credit
by an oversight was not given, baa
eanted considerable dissent among lo
The article in qneetiea stated that tho
present game laws of tho state were
clacc lcfrfalatlon onMrety; that by far
the greatest benefit nndor the laws, ac
crued te tho city, sportsman, and that
tho country hunter was strictly "ent
This, say several Salem sportsmen, is
not true. Qntte tho reverse, they as
sert. While the city sport has to pay a
state licence of $1 te hnnt, tho farmer
is permitted hunting free, within the
confined of his own. land. OS his prop
erty, of coarse ho mst have a license.
Panl Hhaser. the well known sport
ing good man, is one of those who
assert most emphatically that the pres
ent game laws give all tho best of
it to tho farmer. Tho farmer can for
bid tho city sportsman from hunting
en his farm, and when a number of
farmers in a neighborhood get together
and refuse outsiders the right to host
on their land, tho city hunter has no
ohance at all.
Furthermore, wyi Hawser, the far
Mr. and Mcs. Kicr,. accompanied by
their two daughters, are visiting the
Pair at Portland this week.
The Y. W. C. A. entertained the cta
dats of the Xorroal at Edwards' Hall
last Friday evening. Progressive games ;
wave the program and first prize was
we by Carl H4M and Miss Long, while
the eo&solatton prize was awarded to
Mr. Burrows and MJsa Moody. All at
tending report an excoMcnt time. Light
refreshments wore served.
Mrs. Burroughs, of Cottage Grove
has moved to Brain to be with her son.
Bert, wio is taking the senior year is
tho XermaL She is accompanied by
Mice Kate Fiaerty, who will also ester
Mr. and "Mrs. J. G. Hefty have re
turned to 'Drain to spend the winter
Mrs. Hefty has accepted ber okl posi
tioa as instructor of raesit' in the Nor
Mrs. Gnstafison, of Gardiner, is vis
iting with her mother Mrs. Hefty this
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Black visited the
Lewis and Otark Fair last week. Mrs.
Blaek was also a delegate to the W.
0. T. U. convention at The Dalles.
They report a dcVghtfnl trip.
Professor and Mrs. 0. C. Brown
spent Saturday at their home at their
homo near Boseburg.
Tho Central Oregon State Xonnal
School opened with 53 per cent larger
attendance than last year. It has a
large graduating oi&ss and bos' the
promise ef the most successful year of
THE VALUE OF CHAECAOL.
Fow People Know How Useful It is In
Preserving Health sad Beauty.
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I WJm cl I I J I Napoleon's bunion sadly pained
I m. m iiu I UsBBBflsf I rotIlcr Lewis he com-
88 L I- I I smP H plained:
JlsBBaV'lrTclbi 4l I I "Such boots as these," he saisj
Mbbbbbt m nW J I SM H won't cTn.
maruj mt mr HgpJ m BavJ Bam wf
ml m 1 f I I They don't keep out the I
m I I 111 I water, Lou.
I it k If 1 I MonDieu! How dreadfully 1
II thGy puich ! "
m H "Try Crawford Shoes; it is a
JnuL M J nf cinch,"
IbbTbP mrKr I aid Lonis en with friendly
M III I aFt'
1 I f 1 I I " They wOl not hurt your bogy
r m Oscar M. Johnson. 1
Benjamin FrankMn saldj The
Way to Wealth Is as plain as the
Way to Market. Jle gives these
Bo honest, work hsjd avo same.
Excellent rdvtce ,bd the last Is
na nceessary as tc first,
' Our Savings Department will help
you save. 'U o your savings
in sums as, small as one dollar and
make them earn wore Interest
compounded semi-annually at three
Nearly everybody knows that char
coal is the safest and most efficient
disinfectant and purifier in nature, bat
few realize its value when, taken into
tho hnman system for the same cleans
Charcoal is a remedy that tho more
you tako of it tho better; it Is not a
drug at all, but simply absorbs tbe
gases and impurities always present
in the stomach atxi intestines and car
ries them out of the nystem.
Charcoal sweetens the breath after
smoking, drinking or after eating
aniens or odorous vegetables.
Charcoal effectually dears and im
proves the complexion, it whitens tho
teeth nnd further acts as a natural
and eminently safe cathartic.
It absorbs the injurious gases whleh
collect in the stomach and bowels; it
disinfects the mouth nnd throat from
the poison of catarrh.
All druggists sell charcoal in ono
form or another, but probably tho
best charcoal and tho most for tho
mosey is Stuart's Charcoal Lozenges;
they are oomposed of tho finest pow
dered willaw charcoal, and other harm
less antiseptics In tablet form or rather
in the form of Urge, pleasant tasting
lorenges, the charcoal being mixed
The dally use of these lozenges will
tell in a roach improved condition of
tho general health, better complexion,
sweeter breath and purer blood, and
the beauty of it is, that no posaiblo
harm can result from their continued
use, but on the contrary, great benefit.
A Buffalo physician speaking of tho
benefits of charcoal, says: "I advise
Stuart's Charcoal Lozenges to all
patients suffering from gas in tho
stomach and bowels, and to clear tho
complexion and purify tho breath,
month and throat; I also believe tho
Hver is greatly benefited by tho dally
use of them; they cost but twenty
five cents a box at drug stores, and
mor saa Immediately haw arrested although in tome eno a patent prep-
aay hunter on his land' without perals-. aration, yet I 141 eve I get moro sad
sion. He does not have first te go better charcoal in Stuart's Charcoal
through tho formality of ordering the Lozenges than in any ef the ordinary
trespasser off, but saa Immediately sail charcoal tablets."
In the law. o
Hunting during the present season A Pleasant Vtty to Travel.
Is a great deal better than last year. The above is the usual verdiet of
Pheasants are plentiful snd bags have the traveler using the Missouri Pacific
been reported up to the limit. Quail, railway between the Pacific coast and
too, are numerous. They have increased .the east, and we believe that the serv-
First National Bank Building.
Normal, Academic, Business, Civil Ser
We are fortunr.to in securing tho
services of Dr. Parvin for this de
partment. Wo havo also arranged A
Primary department, and shall havo
elasjos in all grades from the first to
3. J. EBAPS, Bilem, Ore.
NEW and SECOND HAND
GOODS BOUGHT and
Highest price paid for second-hand
goods of every description. I have a
good stock of Tinware, Graniteware,
Dishes, Crockery, ete that I can save
yon money on.
O. L. McPEEK,
Phono 1233 Main. 170 Commercial St
Esffv ft .. L 1 ijgp
A NICE JUICY BOAST.
Tender and appetizing is the main
item of the good dinner bill of fare, and
if you buy tho roast at our market you
know it will be the best to bo had, for
we make a specialty of selling only the
Good Kinds of Meats.
E, O. CEOSS,
State Street Market. Phono 91
3smss2 ' JmmT
I tv:- ill Ibf mi isn f itOSm'H
Tho eacle is Vc-!e Sam's bus
Ho soars higher than ctber Wrl I
eva is keen and his mind alert, l!
" If you havo an eag'.c eye tot vh
swoop down on us for Oroctnea
Baker, Lawrence & Bakj
Bucceosors to narritt It uwnw
greatly since last year.
Frightfnl Suffering Believed.
Suffering frightfully from the viru
lent poisons of undigested food, O. G.
Grayson, of Lula, Miss., took D.
Elng'a New Ufo Pills, "with the re
sult," ho writes, "that I was cured."
All stomach and bowel disorders give
way to their tonic, laxative proper
ties. S3e at J. 0, Perry's dreg store,
"Tho Tides of BaKgat,, is the ti
tle, of the new serial by F. Hopkinson
Smith, which: will begin la tho Novem
ber Scxibsor's Magazine. Tho scenes
are laid on tho coast of New Jersey.
ice and accommodations given merit
this statement. From Denver, Colora
do Springs and Denver there are two
through trains daily to Kansas City
snd St. Louis, carrying Pullman's 1st
est standard electric-lighted sleeping
ears, chair cars and up-to-datu dining
ears. The same excellent service is
operated from Kansas City and St.
Louis to Memphis, Little Bock and Hot
Springs. If yon are going east or
south, writs fox particulars and full in
formation. W. Q MT1BIDE, Oen. Agt,
124 Third St, Portland, Ore.
CHlMmaTC CSY FOX
PACKING FLOUB IN BAGS
is as carefully done in turning out the
famous Wild Bosc brand of flour as the
milling of the wheat itself. In abort,
every feature of transforming tho finest
grades of wheat into tho highest grade
of wheat of family flour receives our
best and constant attention. Wild
Bos flour by tho sack or barrel stands
8AT.BM FLOUBXKa mtttj,
TIME TBTED AND TRUE
HAV.T -rv ATT. QZQCES3
ACCEPT NO SUBSTHUTfl
SCHOOL DAYS j
Aro now at band, and good j
able' foolwear is as ncceesary fJJ
children as books and tei
will find our footwear espeehuty 4
d for growing feet; foot" j
durable, neat and comfortshH ",
prico and high in quality.
The New Fashion
The Club Stables
First-class Livery and Cab line.
Funeral turnouts a specialty. Tally-he
for picnics and excursion parties. New
Fashion, phono 44. dab phone T.
Chs. W. Yasnfce Prop.
A. L. FRASER
Successors to Burroughs & Frsser.
Cornice Work, Heating nnd Building Work of sll kinds;
mads and work guaranteed.
367 State Street, Salem. Phono 151L
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