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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 8 June 1900

DAILY JOURNAL. $ k i .- we 4 VOfc. X at" SALEM, OREGON FRIDAY JUNE 8 1900. NO T36 THE ' sHHLw We Want to Call MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHINGS You will be surprised to see the quality of goods we can sell you for the money. The style and fit is equal to any line of clothing in the country. Our extremely low prices apply to clothing as to all other lines. You'll get your money's worth if you deal with. IHfc HEW lUKK KALKtl j Our shoe trade is the have any quality you want and any style. We sell more shoes than most shoe stores. You'll know why if you try a pair of the "Star 5 Star" brand, Shirts, hats, underwear, hosiery, and all kinds of ladies and gents' furnishing goods. SALEM'S CHEAPEST ONE PRICE CASH STORE. E. T. BARNES, Proprietor 3.00 WALK EASY . KRAUSSB BROS mm'HV'',l'M'l1" fir E ARE doing a great amount of. bridge and ciown work, which is giving the best of satisfaction our work and prices are what tells. Gold crowns $5.00. artificial teeth from $7.00 up. HOT 22 k IDRS. EPLEY Rooms...

Publication Title: Daily Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 8 June 1900

1 Mi. iiCi NEW! NEW! NEW! ' p rC THIS MORNING, X. A' line of Crush Hats in Pearls, Browns and Cedars, Direct from the, Eastern Market By Express? Light and Cool. Prices Below Zero, 75c; and $1,00, " 2C $& The Livers Duty The liver hns two duties to perform cleanse tho blood and produce bile. You may know It la working lazily II you nro troubled with constipation, dyspepsia, biliousness and tllKincss. It is trying to throw its work upon other organ. Hosteller's Btoinach IMttcrs will stop this. It makes tho liver to do its duty and thus, tho stomach, bowels and ncrvea ceaso to annoy. 8eo that a Pitt vatk Rkvknur Btaut covers thu neck of the bottle. cures Hostetters' Pivft?'A Stomach AND AQUE Biters OFFICIAL CANVASS. OF MARION COUNTY WITH MINOR RESULTS BY PRECINCTS. 6.w.Johnson&6o.. The Peoples Clothiers and Furnishers. ANNUAL SHOE SALE 10 PER CENT DISCOUNT One year ago vyc inaugurated our annual shoe sale. Our customers will remember the wonderful success of our monster shoe s...

Publication Title: Daily Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 8 June 1900

CANGEi Surgical operations and flesh destroying plasters are useless, painful and dangerous, and besides, never cure Cancer. No matter how often n cancerous sore is removed, another conies at or near the same point, and always in a worse form. Does not th s prove conclusively that Cancer is a blood disease, and that it Is folly to attempt to cure this decp-scatcd. dangerous blood trouble by cutting or burning out the sore, which, after all. is only an outward sign of the disease -a place of eiit fot the poison? ' ' Cancer runs in families through many generations, and those whose ancestors have been afflicted with it are liable at any time to be stricken with the deadly malady. J Only Blood Diseases can be Transmitted from One Generation to Another further proof that Cancer is n disease of the blood. To cure a blood disease like this you must cure the entire blood system remove every trace of the poison. Nothing cures Cancer effectually and permanently but S. S. S. S S. S. enters th...

Publication Title: Daily Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 8 June 1900

si ! i , '. ft',.' 4 t ' if? t- ? ,.? las fi1 rsc-it j, rWiti'toatsr n- .LJLL- ' '" - TRemnant Sale X THIS ! SC (Srcr 7O0O yards of calico remnants in ? ;cV;aUcrns and splendid colors, to go at 5 and Ibolvereon e The Big Bargain House of Salem. sWsMswwMMWamwssmi'MWss - t i -ss new uinpams In striccs. checks ana plaids, for waists and summer dresses. Kool and Komfortable. 12 l-2c the yd. See display in north window. Warner's I I I FVllrVlimlA & I .ft Corsets J Jtn jiiijyiv XJV9 r A Va oxi ma tu asi iva cca rva 5 a RIG REDUCTION 3 n P S On our entire line of shirt waists, sizes 32 to U in- j D eluding white and colors. g D $1.50 waists reduced to $1.20. g si. lb waisis reaucea w cpi.uy. p 8 $1.00 waists reduced to 85. d p 85 waists reduced to 70. g a 50 waists reduced to 40. g n k a call in and see them and be P e WHITE u , , B Made of imitation tucking g $2.50, others at $1.00 to S W. H. HOBSON p BOr OOMMBWOIAIi HT. HAMCtVt OH, U fl ...i,n.nKtiMkn Kn ivra rvri rwn rvn rvn M fVT3 ...

Publication Title: Daily Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 9 June 1900

rv THE DAILY JOURNAL. VOiXx SALEM, OREGON SATU11DAY JUNE 9 1900. NO 137 w I m . LI For Men, Youllis ami boys In cheviots, tweeds, cassimorca, serges, woisteds niul broadcloths. A Large teorimfnl of Palleros to choose from, in stripes, Unlit nml dark checks, pinkie, blue serges, stnpie, gravs fnncy uors teds nml blacks, nil cut in sacks, (rocks, or 1'rinco Alberts. ODR PRICES FOR SALKM MILLS GOODS Arc ns low ns ninny ask for shoddy eastern goods. Wo linvo Dark cheviots, nobby in appearance good for ser vice, price only S9.00. Blue serges, 10 a suit. CAPK NOMK pirtles will And It to their ndvnntnge to examine onr stock of blnnkuts, underwear, flannel oversblrts, sox, gloves, etc. We iiuing oui panics every riay. THE BRITISH ARE ALARMED At Disagreeable Activity of the Boers. LORD ROBERTS FINDS HIS LING OF COMMUNICATION CUT OFF President Steyn Capable of Puttlni Up a Serious Warefare for Some Tlme-Steyn Glv lot Kelly-Kenny Trouble. ti m u 1 ILL S 1 VJOO COMM1CKCIA.L. eT. NEW! NEW! NEW! ...

Publication Title: Daily Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 9 June 1900

"iwrwi Tvc h iv 1.'. . -U1& fcft ih 't ,, W"J" p . , i , , &ek; ifi T fa. A ii " j . Sv ; 6v. to .. i L" Jrf E"' E?" '. f 1 fr Official Returns of Marion County Election, Held June 4th, 1900. Lis'kK ai k' , :- I -I if 3 NAMES OsyJADIDATKS. I ff z ; 6- : Congress Daly, Dcnvl'cop..,.,. " 10 Klmoro, l'rolil....,., ; Beam, Kcuular I'eop f Tonguo.Itep 7" Justice Bupromo Court ' , Jlrfght, I'rohl 4 1 Greene. Dcm.. W . Wolrcrton, Rep 70 71) Dairy nnd Food Com. Balloy, Rep 07 01 Kcnady, I'rohl 8 2 Sclitilmorlcli, Dcm-Pcop 62 10 District Attorney Ilart.Ron 80 09 Jeffrey, iJum-Pcop... K) 24 Representatives llarttnen, Rep 74 78 Kcene.Rep Ti 80 Poarco, Rep 82 81 Poortnan, Itup 80 80 Smith, Kcp 73 81 Hrown. Dom-CIt 07 7 Dlmlck. Dem-Clt 01 7 Hofer, Dom-CIt 00 8 itudelson, DcnvCIt 02 10 WcokH.Dem.Clt; 01 11 Unldnin. I'rohl f 1 Hattuy, Prohl 7 1 lkwcrman, I'rohl 7 1 llrotrn, I'rohl...., txl Hurst, Prohl fi 10 County JuiIro Elder, Dem-Clt 78 14 Jqry, Prohl 8 1 Bcott.Kci W " County Commission...

Publication Title: Daily Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 9 June 1900

f ' .' m? 'm&wM Acts gently on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels Cleanses the ystem s EFFECTUALLY OVERCOMES 1rrtD Buy THf. GtrlVINt -MAMT o By &RNIAlTGrSYRVP(. roa am by n eavcaim rent 10. rt Mint O. C T. Go's lAB8KN(iKn;BTEAh.i:it pOMONA ajltonA LKAVL8 Will I'OIITI.AND I'allyriccpt Futxtnr at 8 a m QUICK TIME AND ClIKAl' HATUi Dock between Mate auil Contt His. M. 1' IIAI.DWIN, Aneut. i (Social news i 4 V AND VIEWS I ' DIED. OSBORN. At lliu fnmlly homo, comur of t'cvenlecnth nnd Mill streets, June 8, 1000, at 2 p. in., Mrn. Liny Oaborn, aged 68 yi'nrB, 11 months mid 14 days, ol n compllcntton of discuses. Deceased leaven n liusbaml, Joseph A. Osboin, two Bono, Andy mid Joscpli.niul tlinu iluugliture, Mrs. Knto I.atourotto, Mrs. Nellio Vnudcrpool, of thlH city, mid Mrs. Sarah Maplothorp, ot Dallas. Tlie funeral will lio held from tliu family residence at 2 p. in. Sunday, mid tlio remains will bo laid to rest in the Hural cemetery. hot Deict Yet. . Tho John A. I.ognii Votuian Itcu...

Publication Title: Daily Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 9 June 1900

1 tr n i'-i && ir .tkhr ft rjs v Si' kr .c "8 V. 1 , ft - ii tt. f ! p ? j rush. 6? - b. W V, l-fu . v J' Kav IF . ' ft- We carry in our in stock a com' pletelineof"The New Idea Pat' terns' fhev are UM-LmTIm' Tailor-Mads Shirt WUt. 8ltlM,8l,M,W,40,4I. thoroughly reliable and up'to.date, All Pat terns sell at 10c, none better at any price.. Ladies give them a trial, we know that they please -' ' you -- 9 2C July sheets now r, ajOS-LADinS' WAIST. With Itolero Jacket. , ft EImW,t,W,M, 10. JJ HOLVEPSON'S New Ginghams In stripes, checks and plaids, for waists and summer dresses. Kool and Komfortable. 12 l-2c the yd. Sec display window. in north Warner's rjr;i,iiii.il...-ii.iiM, ui - - ' J. J. Dalrymple & Co. Corals vi txxi cva ivu oxi oca iva nxa &x axx dxi iva nxa dm tixt D BIG REDUCTION S On our entire line of shirt waists, sizes 32 to 44 in P eluding white and colors. P $1.50 waists reduced to $1.20. J? $1.25 waists reduced to $1.00. B $1.00 waists reduced to 85. p 85 ...

Publication Title: Daily Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 11 June 1900

DAILY C JOURNAL. 4 seal? VOJj. X SALEM, OREGON MONDAY JUNE 11 1900. NO 138 THE We Want to Call OMEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHINGS You will be surprised to see the quality of goods we can sell you for the money. The style and fit is equal to any line of clething: in the country. Our extremely low prices apply to clothing as to all other lines. You'll get your money's worth if you deal with. . THE NEW YORK RACKET Our shoe trade is the pride of-thc store. We have any quality you want and any style. We sell more shoes than most shoe stores. You'll know why if you try a pair of the "Star 5 Star" brand, Shirts, hats, underwear, hosiery, and all kinds of ladies' and gents' furnishing goods. SALEM'S CHEAPEST ONE PRICE CASH STORE. E. T. BARNES, Proprietor -- -- 93.00 93.00 WALK EASY SHOES Ajel our and KRAUSSB BROS WVlH'Hllll'lH'!lV'tt'l'S'l'T ram E ARE dome a ere.it amount ol bridge and c.town work, which is giving tne best of satisfaction our work and nrices ire what tells. Gold crowns 22 k 95.00. ...

Publication Title: Daily Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 11 June 1900

"-.f-"v i UWMipIlMflPiMp ' " " -c -.-.- .A, ). Official Returns of Marion County Election, Held June 4th, 1900. '&: J, , XAMB Or OAD1DATSB. bk . b- l.?W i fjA-- iv u 34-. v; frl- IPZi- . Tt f K :.v r , 'i Concres Daly, l)em-Pcop ....;. 03 Elmore. Frolit..... Bears, Rpsnlar l'eop Tongue, Kep . 7U Justlco Buprcmo Court Jlriglit, Probl ' (Jrcono, Dom . . JjJ Wolverton, Rep "0 Dairy and Food Com. Oalloy, Hop ,.., 07 Kenady.Prohl.. Bcliulmorlcli, llem Pcop ...... f2 District Attorney Hart, Ken 80 Jeffrey, Dom-Poop CO Kcpreaontntlve Hartnicn, Hop , '74 Kofno, Hep 72 I'carco, Ron 82 l'oorman, Hop 80 Smith, Hep.,.. 73- Uroivn, Dom-CIt 07 Dimlck, Dem-Clt OT Hofer.Dem.Clt... 00 Ifudclson, DcmCIt 02 Week. Dom-CIt 04 Hrtldwln. Prohl G lJattoy, Prohl.,.,, 7 Howennnn, Prohl 7 Drown, Prolil 6 Hurst, Prolil 6 County Judgo Elder, Dcm-Git 78 Jory.Prolii 8 Scott, Hep 05 County Commissioner Culver, Dcm-Git 04 Needhara.Kop 70 Surveyor Oobalet, Dom-CIt 67 llerrick, Jr., Hop 80 Sheriff Durhln, Dom-CIt...

Publication Title: Daily Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 11 June 1900

j, -la-a-f- -T-3 Yf,'"r'B",(,,v,"',fr"'f,'y;ri'w"'" ""irwv T.MHaTHaWafi.iWW araawja"iWs. BLOOft In some casta the victim Is firmly within the grasp of the monster before the true nature of the disease is known. In other cases the blood is quickly filled with this tmUonous vi. ,.,..1 it,. swollen glands, mucus patches in the mouth, sores on scalp, ulcers on tongue, sore throat, eruptions on ektu. copper colored splotches, and falling hair and eyebrows leave no room ior uuuui, us mes: arc an uiiiinsiaKnoic Signs OI UllltnglOUS Wood 1'otSOll. At .--. Doctors still prescribe mercury and potash as the only cure for Blood Toison. These poisonous tnin- ifll i Birr erals never yet made a complete ami permanent cure of Contagious Wood Poison. They drive the disease ' VB v' "? back into the system, cover it up for a while, tint it breaks out again in worse form. These powerful minerals produce mercurial rheumatism anil the most offensive sores and ulcers, causing the joints to stiffen and fin...

Publication Title: Daily Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 11 June 1900

We barry in onr in stock a com' 1m line of "The Hiii&wiu? r: ;v BUiTMrM.dj rsew idea r Tmr BSj - frMrt WIU, f. rl JltWHISSES' HIIBT WAIST, Roughly reliable and up'todate, All Pat fcfe ', n ,, lifter at anv price. v tverus sex a, iwt xaw- i,aaicb giv a trial, we that they J?.: Tulv Y WbT " ' sheets now in' !! Elrt i-i.Ann 'wit rijjiu iiuu m Jtoui't, E0k ElUa 3, Cl. W, 0, 'J, pOLVERSON'S pew Ginghams In stripes, checks and plaids, for waists and .I...--.." Ifnni ih : summer areaaea. ivuui & and Komfortablc'. P l-2c the yd. kV See display in north I window. fr ; J. J. Dalrymple & Co. m ox djb oxi oxt osa mi wis BIG REDUCTION a u. .- -, tSOn our entire line of shirt lariiidinir white and colors. la,,-. p.. " $1.50 waisis rcaucea iu l-r i on wntets reduced to 10. c nn timictc (d. ' "or ,V,i.-. , - at. 50 waists reduced to 8ffeall in and see them and be WHITE so J- u.4. nf jttiititinti Tiirtffnp Mco en nthfr; at $1.00 to p '" " vc. sew IB txt tr ; n BUT COMM1CKOIAI lg11! WCATI...

Publication Title: Daily Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 12 June 1900

'- ?' THE DAILY JOURNAL. ji 4.-?i . tan jti- fii .'- jj; ;-S:. vol, x:. SALEM, OREGON TUESDAY JUNE 12 1900. NOJ&89 I in 11 n i mnn nnn-niTnir (M ITOliS 111 ML t . V aaa. . . I (MM fiLOEMFOHTEIN RETAKEN BY STEYN For Men, Youths and boys In choriots, tweeds, casslmores, serges, wotsicus nnu uroauclotlis. A Large Assortment of Palteras to clioofe from, in stripes, light and dnrk checks, plaids, blue, serges, staple, grays, fancy wors teds and blacks, all cut in sacks, trocus, or rrinco Alberts. The Tide Turning in Favor of the Boers Again. H f EAZ GOODS Aro as low as many ask for shoddy eastern goods. Wo lmvo Dark cheviots, nobby in appearance good for ser vice, price only 9.00. Blue serges, 510 a suit. OAIMJ NOME parties will And it to their advantage to oxmnino our stock of blankets, underwear, flannel ovcrshirts, box, gloves, etc. We nro fitting out parties every day. n GEN. TEWET WITH 13,000 BOERS MARCHING TO RETAKE JOHANNESBURG mnn nn MIS Mlffl UUL I I rii i 3QO OOMMUROIAIi dT...

Publication Title: Daily Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 12 June 1900

1 ?fyvrOT-f ..&' H Uokln ftr we fiave Tnem ! i Sk1 4 fc ',.. fe- LffJ t5 fa m x m if ft 'h- tt! 44.- ,Xl HIT & m: Every other man you meet speaks about the weather in that helpless "Iet-it-go-at-that" sort of a way, as if he could get no relief from its discomfort. What we want to do is toveducate men up to the point of saying "I'm dressed for rs comfort; hot weather doesn't bother me." This Vs'lbrc pays special attention to summer clothing hot weather shirts, underwear, straw hats, etc. 'Slimmer suits, $4.00, $5.00, $6.50, and $7.00. summer shirts, 45, 5U, b, to $.j.uu. Smmcr underwear, 25c to $1.50. r Straw hats 25c to $1.50. 6JJoisoii& 6o.. The Peoples Clothiers and Furnishers. P. 0. D. FRAUDS SOME REASONS WH THE SYSTEM A FINANCIAL FAILURE. IS With Thieve to Administer, Can Even Such Iflitttuttoai De Success ful. ANNUAL SHOE SALE 10 PER CENT DISCOUNT One year ago we inaugurated our annual shoe sale. Our customers will remember the wonderful success of our monster shoe...

Publication Title: Daily Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 12 June 1900

flBWt HyrTwpTny" w '--ry- mv J ',4 -j-fo-i. Sal3? 'mUil tVj sW Acts gently on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels rLEAN5ES the System SHlr, OVERCOMES L srr&J h4B,TUALC0NST"TON i umu PERMANENTLY ,T5Btic.;tEcTs- OUT THE GtNVINt-MAMTD Dy 6URRNIAffGrSYRVP(. KV. 4 CAW. afa fc M V, VC roattitet tuemiKisrraiu tot rtttcitiL O. C. T. Co's PASSENGER BTKAhiEU POMONA altonA LKAVKB:KOIt I'OKTIiAND Pally curctit Pnnilny lp (i m. QUICK TIMK ANIl ClIKAP ItA'rTH. Dock lmtwn Mats ami Cottrthta. h. V HAMIWIN, Agttit. j INDUCEMENT For Two Months June and July Havo von been patlsfled A'lth tho Fla voring Extracts you liavo been using of any-oncMnakii? To introduce our own moke "Diamond IJrnnd" wo will give fieo with one dollar purchases of coffee, ten, baking powder, spices etc, 2 ounce of Hiiy kind of flavoring, purchaser to furnish tliu bottle. l!o sure mid bring lartro enough bottles. Wo can not nut 2 ounces In thofo 2 oz or 25c puiinel hot tics of otliur stores. Own make, strem: ami pure. -YokoJiama T...

Publication Title: Daily Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 12 June 1900

v"rr- jjviHPC"invwr . s4 mm Lrf W t .-- 2ttLik-i' TllorMad 8ilit Walu. SIMS SS.M. . 40, It HH-MISSES SIIIBT WAIST. We carry in our in stock a com' plete line of "The New Idea Pat' terns' f hey are $ thoroughly reliable and up'todate, All Paj terns sell at lUc, none better at any prices Ladies give them a trial, we know that they please " -ms v" you , w 2Z July fashion sheets now in.vC l3-LADinS WAIST. With Iiokro Jacket. Blia( 81,81, IB, 40. 5JSJ-LADIF.S' POINTED YOM WAIST. Biuia,u,tt,te,,M HOLVERSON'S CASH STOKE New Ginghams In stripes, checks and plaids, for waists and summer dresses. Kool and (Comfortable. 12 l-2c the yd. See display window. in north i Naur NWlujaar All that's new in Eng- iish squares, imperials, Four-in-hands, Bat bows, Tects, etc. 50 cents each See display window. in south Warner's Carsets J. J. Dalrymple ;Co. $1.00 Crash Hals I D .r,a Fi & '.r.m .E a fe?s; 'n 'K vq era cva qm cva iva rva rva kva cva axi tva rva ixa hx S S BIG REDUCTION On our entire line o...

Publication Title: Daily Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 13 June 1900

fWl -MV THE DAILY JOURNAL. VOL. X SALEM, OREGON WEDNESDAT, JUNE 13 1900. NO 14 " LvstHE i. vT?m I' M i 2 S x We Want to Call Your Attention to MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING ROBERTS ATTACKS BOTHA'S ARMY You will be surprised to see the quality of goods wg can sell you for the monev. The stvle nnd fit is equal to any line of clething: in the country. Our extremely low prices apply to clothing- as to all other lines. You'll get your money's worth if you deal with. THE NEW YORK RACKET Our shoe trade is the pride of the store. We have any quality you want and any style. We sell more shoes than most shoe stores. You'll know why if you try a pair of the "Star 5 Star" brand, Shirts, hats, underwear, hosiery, and all kinds of ladies' and gents' furnishing: goods. L SALEM'S CHEAPEST ONE PRICE CASH STORE. i Gains Some Ground, But the Boers are Not Beaten. LINES OP COMMUNICATION RESTORED BY A BRITISH VICTORY I f E. T. BARNES, Proprietor ( i MONEY SAVED ON SHOES When you buy a pair of shoes of us, yo...

Publication Title: Daily Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 13 June 1900

- -rwi WiyMMMIUppilJWfi "i W B.V rX .& " rr ? Kile Have Them ! Every oilier man you meet speaks about the ' - weather, in that helpless "Iet-it-go-at-that"' sort of a way, as if he could get no relief from its discomfort. What we want to do is to educate men up to the point of saying "I'm dressed for comfort; hot weather doesn't bother me." This ' store pays special attention to summer clothing hot weather shirts, underwear, straw hats, etc. SHmmer suits, $4.00, $5.00, $6.50. and $7.00. Summer Shfrts, 45, 50, 75, to $3.00. Summer underwear. 2sc to $1.50. Straw hats 25c to $1.50 6. ml Johnson & 6o., The Peoples Clothicrs'and Furnishers. oas Hitters Food will lav In Ilia stomach undigested (or days and then vou wonder why voii foel ill, Cleaneo tho Iwwcls with tho Hitters nnd you will not suffer from HUM. JUNO, HKAIITDORN Or niuoos.sKss. It will strength en your stomach. Sv'--'---Nk-- ANNUAL SHOE SALE 10 PER CENT DISCOUNT iv, , t. U" .,v,i 5J5 iii. One year aeo we Inaugurated ...

Publication Title: Daily Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 13 June 1900

RHEUMAT Is due to an ncid poison which gains ff a ml trf.a.t1, tit A BwaUm organs w uui vu w"i' .. -.!...- ....-. vii uiwum, cmcic maiier. mis poison - 4hrfMinlt Mm fTnnrrtl (iifvtitnl!n. 1 .1.. Iilf.it . . . 1) Hllt.nl.-. riheutnntUm f-Fr Hw' - JWK --BeH--- V solvent, purifying properties, attacks the disease In the right way, and in the right place the blood and quickly neutralizes the acid and dissolves nl poisonous deposits, stimulates and reinforces the overworked, worn-out organs, and clean, the svstem ... t ..... It. nn-limitlnllnHa -.... ... . 111. I. . ' w oi mi uiiiit--j i..u..iiiiaiiuiii. j. ,,. .. .ui iiciiiiuucniir aim iiioroui.niy.anu Keeps the blood In a pure, healthy state. ' ... ..'.- - a.V,lPr "1 w l'.n Street, InilUnappjU, Ind., for elghteenmontlii nm terribly nffllcted with Rhetimitlsm he vrn itnulile to fectl or Urn. hlmttir. Doctors mid hit rne nM liopteJ9 He had tried fifty-two prescription, that frlendu hail giteii him, without the lighten relief A few bottle...

Publication Title: Daily Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 13 June 1900

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Publication Title: Daily Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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