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DAILY OATITAIi JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1000..
ten Tfio Kidneys Are
Weakened by Over-Work.
healthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
It used to be considered that ouly
Knary and bladder troubles were to be
traced to the kidneys,
but now modem
science proves that
nearly all diseases
have their beginning
iu the disorder of
these most important
The kidneys filter
and purify thoblood
that is their work.
therefore, when vour kidneys are weak
' out of order, vou can understand how
lickly your entire body is affected and
fcw every organ seems 10 iuu io uo us
Bf you are sick or "feel badly," begin
king the great kidney ' remedy, Dr.
timer's Swamp-Root, because as soon
your kidneys are wen uicy win ueip
L tlie other organs iu ueuiui. a. inai
11 rnnvliice anyone.
if you are sick you can make no mis-
ie oy lirst uociurmg J.uur Kiueys.
: mild ami tue exiraoruiuary cucci ot
Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great
inev remedy, is soon realized. It
Luds the hisrhest for its wonderful cures
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l.iliC U1U3L UUbMlllg WMdwti, t.i u wv.v.
P: its merits oy an
ad one-dollar size
ittles. You may
ive a sample bottle nomeotsmuaD-Root.
y mail free, also a pamphlet telling you
low to linu out ii you nave Kiuncy or
(ladder trouble. Mention this oacer
Hien writintrto Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Binir-
tamtoii, ft . Y. Don't make any mistake,
mt remember the name, Swamp-Root,
)r. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the ad
ress, Biughamton, N. Y. , on every bottle.
THESE HOT DAYS
tor Orange Sherfcert
tor Loganberry Sherfcert,
tor Ice Cream,
the one that leads them all
tor Ice Cream Soda,
!he Summer Girl,
ire more popular than ever
Lll these and more like them
ire fast the things to satisfy
ULLER & DOUGLAS
Salem's Leading Grocers.
Confoctionors and Bakers.
156-4G0 State St. Phones 182-187
?ream direct from the dairy
to our freezer makes perfect
Performance every night this week.
PHE BRIGHAM-COOPER STOCK
resenting tho great border drama
"THE HANI) OP A FRIEND."
PRICES 15 AND 25 CENTS.
Saturday matinee, any seat 10c.
Next week the sensational drama
"CHIP, THE WAIF."
Coyotes are playing havoc 'with
Uheop and goats in the country
oath ot Corvallls.
Jugde C. A. Wintormelr, of Eu-
sene, is suffering from appendicitis,
at Burns, Or.
Tho public schools opened at Mc
Mlnnvllle Monday with an enroll
ment of 325 pupils.
One of tho worst storms of the
season Is raging on tho coast, from
Coos Bay to Capo Flattery.
Tho new McMInnvillo postofflce
wa3 opened to tho public Sunday.
Herbert Lyman, of Buffalo, N. Y.,
hns been appointed assistant weath-
r obsorver at Portland.
J. Porter Wilson, a pioneer of
regon, having crossed tho plains in
1850, died at Marshflold Monday.
An electric line from Oregon City
to Wllholt Springs is being talked ot
at Oregon City. J. B. Ryan is tho
Mrs. M. J. Cone, of Tillamook,
hot and killed a 337-pound bear,
fter an exciting chase through the
Almost four miles of Bldowalk is
o!ng put down In Baker City, to
nable the children to get to school
klthout wading through tho mud, as
J Po Lee. a farmer near Grants
pss, sold his farm of 60 acres for
56400. It U considered the richest
raet of land In the Rogue River val-
Lasello Bros., of , Albany, shipped
10.000 pounds of prunes to Liver-
Peel, and two carload of like capac
p to London, This Is the largest
nlpraent made taU year.
Frank Mitchell, tae setorloua
'Jlralnal, who was captured oa the
rcusenger train at Eugeae laat spring
KT Sheriff Flak and the Eugese
ble&ot police, and was afterward
wen to LewUton, Idaho, escape
rem the Lewlsto Jail Sunday afght
Ta Baton Cowwty Republican, "
'even-column quarto weekly, will
m lt umriBM la Corralli
Sedgwick Post, G.A.R. Cele
brated Its Twenty-Fourth
With music, melody and mirth,
song and story, oratory and enthusi
asm, the remnant of grizzled veter
ans who wore the blue in the de
fense of the Union 40 years ago, who
now form Sedgwick Post, Grand
Army of tho Republic, celebrated the
24th anniversary of the post last
night, and at the same time dedicat
ed the new post headquarters In
Commercial Hall, at Center and
The ceremonies were attended by
a large number of the members of
the Woman's Relief Corps, as well
as others. Interesting speeches were
made by different comrades, most of
them charter members, and an Inter
esting program of. songs, music and
reading were carried out.
After tho meeting had been called
to order, Frank Davoy read letters
from Comrades J. W, Crawford, of
Corvallls; J. A. P. Wheeler and C.
S. Rockenfleld, ot Portland. Speeches
wore made by T. C. Smith and Com
rades, Simpson, Briggs, Drager, Erb,
and Howard. Frank Davoy also
made n short speech.
Tho program was commenced by
singing "America" by tho entire as-
sembly, followed by a prayer by the
chaplain. After the roll call Miss
Emerson favored the audience with
a piano solo. Miss Byers then gavo
a vocal solo. Miss Vera Wright
pleased tho audience with n recita
tion; Miss Emerson rendered a vo
cal sole: Miss Byers gave another
rending In a very charming manner, I
and the program was concluded by
a piano duet by tho Misses Fisher.
Tho Woman's Relief
sented all tho members of tho Post
with beautiful souvenir badges, ap
propriately engraved. These were
distributed by Post Commander
The following Is tho list of the
charter members of Sedgwick Post
and tho addresses ot those who are
known to be living. Fourteen aro
known to be dead, and tho where
abouts ot three Is unknown. Tho list
I. W. Crawford, Conjnllls.
J. M. Patterson, Tho Dalles.
A. W. Drager, Salem.
L. Burton, Salem.
II. W. Pallles, Portland.
P. F. Clark, Salem, R. F, D. No. 1.
W. H. Cooper, Stone.
G. M. Baker, Sumpter.
T. C. Smith, Salem.
E. L. Briggs, Salem.
H. F. Adams, Portland.
A. F. Wheeler, Albina.
D. W. Matthews, Salem.
George Williams, Portland.
O. G. Shertleff, Portland.
C. S. Rockenfleld, Portland.
W. II. Simpson, Salem.
Gideon Stolz, Salem.
E. Lamport, Salem.
John Batey, Roseburg.
D. C. Howard, Salem.
Ira Erb, Salem.
George W. Anderson, Gates.
Dr. W. L. Wade, Los Angeles.
A. N. Gilbert, Salem.
D. C. Sherman, Washington, D. C.
Ezra Cathor, D. J. DInsmoro, War
. " Bend.
O. B. Johnson, R. J. Sharp,' M. A.
Robertson, Wm. Rlnehart, F. J.
Babcock. Jonathan Leslie, Wells
Latourette, E. A. Wood. F. Mc
Adams, F. C. Perrine, L. Henderson,
Newton Putnam, L. S. Scott, E. M.t
Tho new Commercial Hall was
When any portion of food remains in the stomach and refuses to
digest, it causes the torments of indigestion. This undigested food
rapidly ferments, irritating the sensitive coating of the stomach,
while other parts of the body, particularly the head, suffer in
So long as this undigested fpod remains in the stomach, the
discomfort continues. A lew doses tit
top all fermentation, sweetea the contents of the stomach and give
statural assistance that relieves the stomach of its burden. The use
f Bcecham's Pills gradually strengthens the stomach nerves and
o restores thera to a normal, healthy condition.
Bcecham's Pais poitive!y cure all stomach troubles, while their
Vmm1 eWeeU en the liver and kidneys greatly improve the gen
Btecham'c Pills have been ud and recommended by the eea
l pvbJic tor over fifty years.
J Nature's Way Is Best.
Tho function strengthening and tlssuo
building plan of treating chronic, linger
ing and obstinate caso3 of disease as pur
sued by Dr. Plcrco, Is following 'after
Nature's plan of restoring health.
Ho usot natural remedies, that Is
extracts from native medicinal roots,
prepared by processes wrought out by
tho expenditure of much tlmo and
"money, without tho use of alcohol, and
by skillful combination In Just the right
Used as Ingredients of Dr. Plorce's
Golden Medical Discovery. Black Cherry
bark. Queen's root, Golden Seal root,
Bloodroot and Stono root, specially overt
their Intluouco In cases of lung, bronchial
and throat troubles, and this "Discov
ery" Is, therefore, a sovereign romedv
for bronchitis, laryngitis, chronic coughs,
catarrh and kindred ailments.
Tho above native- roots also havo the
strongest possible endorsement from the
leading medical writers, of all tho several
schools of practice for tho euro not only
of the dlsoaSes named above but also fof
Indigestion, torpor of liver, or bilious
ness obstinate constipation, kldnny and
bladder troubles and catarrh, no matter
You don't have to tako Dr. Pierce'
say-so alono as to this; what ho claim
for his "Discovery" Is backed up by tho
writings of the most eminent men In the
medical profession. A request by postal
card or letter, addressed to Dr. It. V.
Plejco, Buffalo, N. Y for a llttln book
of extracts from eminent medical au
thorities oudorsing tho Incrcdlcnts of his
medicines, will bring a little book free
that is worthy of your attention If
needing a good, safo, rollablo remedy oj
known comimsttton for the cure of almost
any old chronle, or lingering malady.
Dr. Plorco's Pleasant Pellets cure con
stipation. Onollttlo"Pollot"ls a gentle
laxative, and two a mild cathartic.
Tho most valuabln book for both men
ana women Is Dr. Plorco's
Common Scnso Medical Ad
viser. A splendid lOOS-page
volume, with engravings
and colored plates. A copy.
pajKsr-coverod, will be sent
to anyono sending 31 cents
in one-cent stamps, to pay
tho cost of mailing only, to
Dr. R. V. Plcrco. Buffalo, N
Y. Cloth-bound, 31 stamps.
used last night for tho first time
Tho rooms aro larEe. commodious
niui wen arranged. Tho hall will ba
a very desirable place In which to
hold society meetings, banquets,
Card of Thanks.
We wish In this manner to extend
our sincere thanks to all friends
who rendered so .many kindly acts
during tho sickness and following
tho death of our beloved mother and
A. L. BROWN,
Salem People Should Follow
This Valuablo Advice.
Becnuso this proof is in Salem.
You can easily investigate' it.
Not necessary to experiment.
With some untried romedy.
Profit by tho experience of a citizen
X. S. Williams, carpenter, of 2.10
Liberty street, Salem, Oregon, says:
"A numbor of years ago tho doctors
tMd mo my kidneys wero in bad shape.
T camo west on account of tho trouble,
thinking the change of climate would
Lelp no, but nothing I did gavo mo re
I:of in iplto of tho uso of remedies an
medical treatment. On procuring
Doan's Kidnoy Pills I found them the
best medicine I ever used. At the
timo I got them nt Dr. Stono's drug
store I was suffering from an intquso
biirning sensation as if two livo coals
wro placed directly ovei my kidneys
tic socretions from tho kidneys were
tbo color of strong black coffee and
a' it bad odor. After using two boxes
of Doan'j Kidney Pills I did not have
the least pain in my back or trouble
w:th the kidneys. I give all the creJ
it for this to your valuable remedy."
Tor sale by all doaleri. Price 50
cents. Foster-Mllbum Co, Buffalo, X.
Y solo agents for tho United States
tike no other.
name Doan's and
Mrs, BrownVi Funeral.
Tho funeral of the late Mrs. Mary
J. Brown was hold yesterday after
noon from the residence on Cottage
street and the services wore conduct
ed by Rev, Mr. Babcock of tho
Presbyterian church. The Interment
was at tho Odd Fellow cemetery.
fcWiwan pi II 4 m
The new thing in gentlemen's headwear. All the latest and
up-to-date styles in the "Roberts" cravenette felt.
BEST $3.00 HAT ON EARTH
SAIEM WOOLEN MILL STORE
School Superintendents to Meet.
Superintendent Ackermnn has giv
en notice of a meeting of the depart
ment superintendents of schools,
which will meet horo October G nnd
C. This meetlns is primarily for
tho Interchange of idens botween the
county superintendents, city superin
tendents and principals of tho Oro
gon schools. Tho aim of tho gather
ing Is to secure a genornl under
standing of what shnll be nBked of
tho legislature in tho ninttor of
No program haa been prepared,
but each visitor will bring somo sug
gestion as to what la most Impera
tive nt this tlmo In tho way of legis
lation. Tho session will bo hold at
tho state house, and tho public gen
erally Is Invited to attend.
Special Bale, silks, fancy goods,
embroidery, lace, gents' and ladles'
furnishing goods, wraps, contB, pants
and buUb, trunks, mattings and blan
kets. Wo mako up new lines ot
wrappers, waists, white undorwear,
Everything going at lowest prlcos.
Hole Wing Sang Co.
34 C Court St.. Salem, Or.
Closing . Otrt at Cost
Out entile stock of Hadwae, Tin
wae, Gtanitewate, Nickelwae, S21
vewae, Woocfenwaet Table and
Pocket Cttley, Stoves and Ranges
Also Paints, Oils, Lead, Vanish,
Everything in the store must go at
cost in the next two weeks. Open
til 9 p m.
We have rented out store and must
give possession Hence this action
Steiner & Berger
This is a good store to visit when you want a raincoat. We
have them ready for you at any price you may wish, from
$10, $12.50 to $25
THE RIGHT KIND OF VALUE IN EVERY COAT
DON'T FORGET THE
Tho first numbor of tho Coos Bay
Monthly 13 out. P! C. Lovar, of
Marshflold, Is tho editor. It con
tains 140 pages, and is well filled
with short stories and Illustrated ar
ticles. Jtst Received
Two cars of best Star A Star Cedar
Havo you tried Malthold Roofing or
P. & B. Building Paport
Woven Wlro Fencing of all kinds
Fonco Posts, Gates, Gate Hardware
and Screen Doors.
2S0 Court SL Salem, Or.
POULTIIY AND EGGS
CAPITAL COMMISSION CO.
267 Commercial St.
426 SUte St.
Fctmaa in it B) I
Wo aro exports In fitting glassos,
and havo thousands ot customers
who aro satisfied. Wohava the
only lens grinding machinery In
Salem. Brokon lensos duplicated.
CHAS. H. HINGES
123 Commercial Street.
OP ALL KINDS, AND OP TUB
BEST QUALIT1. WE HAVE TIIK
PAMOUS GOODRICH TIRES FOR
ALL KINDS OP VEHICLES AND
CAN SAVE YOU TIME AND GIVR
YOU PERMANENT SATISFACTION.
bout the 10th of thU month.
Mer. Smith and Xorsaa ar the