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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 31 January 1900

$eifsss; t - THE DAILY JOURNAL. Lttist Aaaooiaioa i-ross ioiu Mrns, Frosh Loonl nows and Llvo , lt'8 Buslnesn" not PoJIUcb, r Vo dou'uollclt jouttdmllilniibectim " of jour politic or cutu, but beou Journal Advortlsmsr PdyB kl wnotrw. mw M i." ' IfW - I fOXj,y wlBnTwoo Home Made Goods Best in the Market SpecialsA very large line of cassimere suits for men and boys'. ' ' All sizes of Boys' black hose our own brand, the Granite try them- BqRHk 4 ppVERCOATS--Kerseys in all shades and. T ITrinces. also in Tan Coverts. Giay and' wrv ' black clays. drtJ nil ji Fancy Back Covert overcoats our own V affijl Pfliake, the swellest of all. 00&H W stow JWXj 1 n" "r -" C25S -RAvTJSB gROS IMBlfMfr 1JKoCTORS:i:i;:: iPirv iU3l l.L ! f AND OLINGER eft WALL PAPER FOR 1900 per 'ELL1NG how to paper and. showing interiors with col ored plates. A handsome and useful helper to all who have rooms to oarer. Enter vour name on our land you will receive one by wc nave just received 3300 roils or tne latest ...

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. — 31 January 1900

. -Trqyij- tf K (rf iS Tr3 yfiftf?TifffffUiFrnr?ffTftTfrfff ffffffffffffv-j 20 per cent Discoiinl I SHOE SflLEIf i . r C ra?4's4' Mmm IS to ho for f 4 00 mj unoe mr 4 Cti Bitot tor 8 W Hhoe for 3 co aboe for 2 CO Shoo for I 00 rbo for I 76 8 boa for 1 W Bhot for 1 V Flic for 1 00 Shoe for 3 30 2BU 340 2 0U 1 60 1 40 20 1 00 M LflCY'S fillOK HTOKK. 94 Hlnto Bl. Hand Turn Dresa Shoo, fl 00 for ri 4. TliaUUAJlil44AAUlililililiAliiUiAH4iUUiAi ml Ihoy hnvo to come nt ub 6v6r" our own fortified position!-, tbdy will need a quar ter of a million men to do tho work. Counting tiiose we have In the field, those at Pretoria and around, and the men who havo come from Europe In two months, wo can count up almost a hundred thousand men ; and we have supplies to last two years. Our people aro nil over the colony, and we get all the news there is to be had. The ac counts sent out by tho English come back to us, and the fellow that runs their Intelligence department and sends out the nows is a star ...

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. — 31 January 1900

rv W'F v.r"Kni f Bull Run. ?; 'w.l ado Ohm. Klmn. of Mfrlinl-ni, Iran atruclc bv n ulem nf nimli wI.im! tused severe lirart trouble Ho sajrsi Isccond Bull Run a piece of shell in my shoulder, and later atlsm ut In, which In turn af- mv heart to such extent that ftl doctors pronounced my case ibJe. Dr. Miles' New Hrt relieved my pains, shortness of h and enabled me to worki also to soundly, and prolonged my life." OR. MBLES' Heart tttuy alldrncitlats on guarantee Int bottlu be tie MM or money back. Imm heart and nerves Bent free. r. Medical Company, Elkhart, Ind. QjiC. T. Co's WOMONA lfl -ni- -re ErSJTOIMjfA. RiKAVKHifoiiiiroarLANn llr except Bundav at 8 a. m. TIMK AND ClIKAI' ltATKB. IVaoklbotwoon Btata ami ConrfHt. M..I IMLDVVIN, Agont. IrusT 0 nru not combined In tliu Biking Powder trust. Wo innko wr own Making Powder called DIAMOND ouirh Cream of Tartar on h'ltid iwllast us twoyunrs. Hi. canH, uur uranu" Uiamond" l coots. Other brands !o conts. 1 Hi.cans. Our brnnd"Dlrtniond" 6 p...

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. — 31 January 1900

'..J u n flfl w m&S&bi&m Utt'rfiff Itilllftt H JLZtm . 43ti TO MOVE FOR A FEW DAYS YET! Uoo $3u6 Out Removal sale bargains have brought uch a lot of buyers, that we'll have to wait for a lull in trade before we can dispense with our counters or shelves, even for a day. So while the rush is on, take advan tagc of it and join the crowd of bargains getters who are really getting better than (Removal Sale CLOSING PRICES AT THE DIG CASH STORE OUT HOLVERSON'S CASH STORE SONNEMANN RETIRES Sells His Orowry Business to Roth & Qreber, Mad Built Up a Fine Trade Hete and Will De Greatly Missed, SOI COMMltHOIAU ST, tvfc.m.x'iK.m'm i 0 t i ! iUm,VVVlLtk,ML,kWk,i Silk Remnants flf Half Price! We have taken all small pieces of plain and fancy Waist and Trimrnirig Silks Fronijl-2 to 3 yards in the piece and marked them at half price. That means $2.00 a yard qualities at $1.00; the $1.50 quality at 75c and $1.00 quality at 50c, Early purchasers get the plums. Don't hesitatel J, J. DAL...

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. — 1 February 1900

DAJLLY JOURNAL. .atost Assoolatod Proas tolo- IVo Duolnpoa" not Politics. i 4 unti Frosh Looa! nows and Llvo JX Wo doii'itollcU)ouradvmlla(rbCflUae Ktorlato mako The Dally Jour- ' of iiur roluiv or out, btu bacitiia .v Journal Advertising? Pays 3M SAIiBM, OltEGbN THTJK9T)AT PEBRTJARY 1 1900. :olx NO. 27 THE 'M I you" need or IiDon't wait 'till noxt fall to buy IsTevory lino of rao'chandiso. You'll Iff Aft coming year, boforo wo nro compelled My hlgiior prices ior our guuus. Wen-flt ypuput in almost any lino. I ,.. ....... . .M . 'j?Shoc8, clothing, hosiery, underwear, all kinds oi ladles' aud gents' furnishing & Special on l. iat all wool tricot box coat at f '.J.J w i $2.2.') boot.all eizca and all crades, reduced anVetker lino of rubbers. ENEW YO ffMia Ww UM S c JBHfc NSsa X HflBBt 1 Tiucr --" i.i i rc u.ar ;Iley i J ' AND I iLJPB mnm WW 1 OLINGE V ratoattkialaSa, i lWbP9& ROOMS 27 AND 29 I UtTTIsir POSTOFFICE BLOCK. ""rf-i " - rt r 11 ilr " i WALL TAPER FOR 1900 ' "."an p...

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. — 1 February 1900

irT" WWTSWWJTyiT f I , r ' 1 ? M l.,r i i,i r I i l! !' jwniiiim iw m ? mill tf in HiftfmFihfmtftf rtHfTHnnmi, AN INTELLIGENT MAN IS ONE WHO HAS GOOD i Colds fi Cliest UNDERSTANDING! llaGeSboeel tm " Z FURNISH THE BEST KNOWN UNDERSTANDING 2 5: THEREFORE THE INTELLIGENT MAN T. IS ONE WHO WEARS Qyyy Shoes. ijiiiiiiiuiiiumA4iiiiiiuiiimiiiim TUB MIL. JOURNAL V KOHSR BHOTHttnS WEDNESDAY, FEUItUAKY 1, 1800. Dlly, Ono Year 93 00, In Advance Dally, Coat Months 91.00 Uf a.dvauoo Woeldr, One Tear 01.00, In Advance THE aOEDEL OUTRAGE. When tho new o( tho assassination of Senator William Goobel was flashed over tho wires a fouling of horror and condemnation went with It, The first thought an that It a an act of Repub lican desperation to prevent him from ousting Taylor from tho governorship In which ho wns recently Installed. Second thought, however, generally seems to have been that tho shot was fired by some half-demented crank of tho Uootli or Uultoau class who had lost hi head in tho excite...

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. — 1 February 1900

vMfflMr Vw& .,JBH JMlSHt HHWll Hf'tOt ' .rlaWBSS HKlilllHllHHU. itst'pattoft. BEECHJW'S Jinxstion, HOH SnOv9f PILLS IHCaHMCItCf atttiegDutnl(Toa X wont to bo cured. T 10 cent & 33 cents, I tnmee.wmwnor thSUrtm, cored by i nrug aioreo. i, 1 1. jf III t frfl ! M-H'M O. C. T. Go's l'ABdKNOEtt BTEATt.EIt 0IV101SA altonA r.KAVKS KOItlPOUriANI) IIaIIv oxmdI Similar at S a. tn. JIGK TIMK AND CllKAf HATI'.H. I)(Hiklwlwen Btato anil Conrt'Hta. M..P. BALDWIN, Anont RUST tWo'aro not combined In tlio Baking Powder trust. Wo make our own Baking Powder called ilAMOND 'Enough Cream of Tartar on hand to last us twoyo.trs. Jfitt.cans,Ourbrand"D!amoiid" 10"cotita. Other brands 25 cents, liti.'cans. Our brand" Diamond" ,iw tuuia. vuiur urauus n or uu rntji. f-ttYou will save 10 to 20 cents on a can, and that Is worth saving. IVu irimmHlan nvnru MM (lint 'means monuy backbit not satis factory. Weeks, fling. r. Phil Motsclutii, wont to Portland Yjfoliaiiia Tea Store Ph Htj2Q0l. Froo Dollvory. JR...

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. — 1 February 1900

ta tfffwr MmnmMBHa TiiTraaWi.rWnl JmU. Uoo 3Buey Our removal sale bargains have brought soch a lot of buyers, that we'll have to wait for a lull in trade before we can dispense with our counters or shelves, even for a day So while the rush is on, take advan tage of it and join the crowd of bargains getters who are really getting better than CLOSING OUT At,rtI ! PRICES AT THE BIG & IHOLVERSON'S OOt COM MICRO! At ST. Silk Remnants - " .... I ra e f We nave taken all small pieces 01 piain anu imicy Waist and Trimming Silks J 4 From"l-2 to 3 yards in the piece and marked them at 5 f. ,f Ti-i Sf,nn ..-A r.,tUc of M fW 4 a nail price. lllill IlieaiU J&W 4 jaiu 4Umiw ai i.w, r. ? the $1.50 quality at 75c and 51.00 quality at 50c. Early 5 0 purchasers get the plums. Don't hesitate 1 jj f J. J. DALRYMPLE & COMPANY g vviivviva.ui JSitiSi $ " ifJSZ.'n'if Solid Comfort Tho man lakes when scannlnu his oven Ins imtmr. whnsu eves linva liooil tested by us nnd flttod Willi protwrly ndji...

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. — 2 February 1900

THE DAILY JOURNAL. K Litoat Assoolatod Prosa tole- It's Business" not Politics. LKrnTis. Froeh L.ooai nowa ana uivu L Wo doo'l rollclt jout dvcitutiift bccu of i,ur toliuca or ouh. but iiu jedltorlaia mano mo uny .lum inal I Journal Advertising Pnys. iTOIi. X SALEM, OEEGrOJTPRrbAY. JFEBRTTATIY 2 1900. NO. 28 mil. ! if mil 4 J k. J5a HBB Fy'-J. ttjMN ilium woolen Mills Home Made Goods Best in the Mat ket SPEC1ALS--A very large line.of cassi mere suits for men and boys . . .; e ' All sizes of Boys' black hose our own brand, the Granite try them KWERCOATS--Kerseys in all onces. also in Tan Coverts. J . S? Fancy Back Covert overcoats;our own "!IT ""' " -' make, the swellest ot all. WOOUE gcv5& 3 If V ' jdaaKL ?oA, i Jflinnnf HVVTfW . iK M Tri.o'-p 1 RAUSSB 3ROS New Carpets Just received a full line of new carpets, includ ing: Axministers, Moquetts, Velvets, Brussels, and Ingrain. Improve the opportunity and se lect a new carpet from a 1900 stock. From our 1900 patterns of wall paper...

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. — 2 February 1900

mfe. ii Ifi.snAi'.iTaTW. nrrr iufmeMiilivmaiiMttliMiiltmuikimmiu j?tmwTt?WH!?rinnnnmwfMrwmwwi, AN INTELLIGEN'I MAN IS ONE WHO HAS GOOD UNDERSTANDING! fXacg's Sboee! FURNISH THE BEST KNOWN UNDERSTANDING THEREFORE THE INTELLIGENT MAN Z IS ONE WHO WEARS Shoes. WILLIAM 0. MAGERS IS HONG. Continued from Fourth I'ane- eX Ybe"tA' kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkikikkkkkkkkkkkkkkl iee milt i BY HOFIR BHOlHBnd "FRIDAY, FKBHUAUY 2, 1900. Dally, OnoYcar 93.00, In Advance Da, rout Montti SLOO. U fcdtranoo WMklr, Oao roar 181.00, In; Advance WORTHILY BESTOWED. Fartland Tltrunl An Albany, Or., paper ays that ex- Senator Corbett, of Portland, lias offered to give Oio Albany college $1000 If tlio pcoplo of that city will raieo tlio balance of what is required to pay off the debt of that inatUutfon. 'J hit is only ono of many worthy nets of public or private beneficence of judicious chanty that have been jHirforuied by Mr. Corbett. The flourishing financial condition of 1'aclflc university, at Forest Grove...

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. — 2 February 1900

-J 3, 1 ittwtMnMiiwui teran W Stotw, & . nprved his ronntrv durlnztha the Axpnno ot IiIh health. Tins irnlnir lila rpitnmtlnn to health low In his own word.t H returned from the arm' ra yJdjtton was broken dov JHiraHreme nervousness. MM Physicians did not help me tM IK prescribed Dr. Miles' Nerv tasj, mmI today I am in better health m I have been for thirty years." DR. MILES' Nerwine k arid by all druecitts on Guarantee, fret bottle benefits or money back. Icon heatt and nerves sent free. r. MNet HWWeal Company, Elkhart, Ind- O. ,(g. T. Co's tAWBNQKK HTKAtulilt T33WULONA JL J liroNA. -"wiAvifa rniiu'onriiAND MirMoept Bimdav At 8 a. m, mnMrmv. and jiikai katkh. tSuisMjjsjtwwn Bints ami I'onrt'Ht. ,,jmfr M..P. UALDW1N, Aent. TSkusT .Welfare not combined In tliu .BklSPottdor trust. Wo mnko ' ow.own flaking l'owilor railed v.- yTggem. IDMvivionD ' ;i5ifhTCrcuin o( Tartar on liund t-.i - n t iij-v . lit ,caiis,uiiruraiiu"iJiniiionu cents. Other brands 25 contM. I'fc.canB. Our brnnd"D...

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. — 2 February 1900

it ' h ,v TO AtOVE FOR FEW DAYS YET! Uoo 3my Our removal sale bargains have brought uch a lot of buyers, that we'll have to wait for a lull in trade before we can dispense with our counters or shelves, even for a day. So while the rush is on, take advaiv tage of it and join the crowd of bargain getters who are really getting better than Removal Sale CLOSING PfclCES AT THE BIG CASH ' I STORE S OUT HOLVERSON'S CASH STORE OOI COMMKHOIAI BT. m I Those Shirts iVkW.V, i t 5 ! i ill- J 0it new trunk snarina fl WMGMAGERSISHira&Tfie The Murder ol Ray SinK Is Expiated on the Gallows His Parting Words Were: "You Look .Upon an Innocent Man" One Hundred Men Witnessed the Execution Review of the Crime and Trial f 2 In our south window are regular 75c and 85c val ues, and all late patterns. During our "Clean up" sale we offer choice while they last for 38c each J, J. DALRYMPLE &. COMPANY 5 4UV.VkVlLV FREE tingravlng on tuny may it bo a WATCH- or tho smallest urticfo purchased, CHARAt RING ...

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. — 3 February 1900

THE JOURNAL. itait Assoolatod Proas tolo imB, Frosh LooaUnows nnd Live It's Business" not Pnimn. KUItorlala mako The Dally Jour- X JrUM li,ui,mJ?Jr,?t,n,,J0 anal Journal Advertising Pays. A fcTOIi. x SAUHmOBMQOH SATURDAY FEBRUARY 3 1900, jih, XO. 20 I 1 1-1 '- Tll1,l'lflll I I I I III ' tf & ,w;. 4 " ' tv56J .- .-r-r, eW York Rack?! mrnnTTnmTmTTTnmnmmTTTnnnTTTnma i-l I V . . . .!-. vuiuy w w..... They'll 25 oer clothing, hosiery, underwear i shirts, hats and all kinds of 2 furnishing goods and notions E You'll be treated right jf you trade with them. X ., iuiiUliUliiiillUlUUUUUiiUlilillUilUUiLU li E. T. BARNES, Proprietor. 4 I'fS.,,, .,, ninnnn nt a o'clock 3ff2vory Svonlna "xoept Saturday f ass 1 i P ssss RAUSSB PROS HV IRbw Carpets Just received a full line of new carpets, includ ing Axministers, Moquetts, Velvets, Brussels, and Ingrain. Improve the opportunity and se lect a new carpet from a 1900 stock. From our 1900 patterns of wall paper, you can select those that will blen...

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. — 3 February 1900

.t;rrZ,u uUiaai4jW Disease Months Riclinrd D. Creech, of 1062 Second Street, Appleton, Wte ' cousin, says "Our con Willard was abso lutely helpless. His lower limbs were paralyzed, and when we used electricity he could not feel it below his hips. Finally my mother, who lives in Canada, wrote advising the use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People and I bought some. This was -when our boy had been on the stretcher for nn entire year and helpless for nine months. In six -weeks after taking the pills we noted signs of vitality jn hi3 legs, and in four months he was able to go to school. It was nothing eUe in the world that saved the boy than Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People." From the Crescent Appleton Wis. Dr. Wllllnma' I'lnk rill or Tnle TcopU contain, In a rondonaod form, nil the oli incnli nwfsunr J tuRivenevr lire ami rWinras to tlie blood nl rcitoro ulinttrret! ncrvn. Tliey oronn unfailing icriflc forsueli ilji. eases m locomotor ntrixln, porllnl aralrtf, fit. Vitus'...

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. — 3 February 1900

- !& -rTT'" ii,)iittihMmt R&P EGHARfl'S PILLS i: iTke.Best and Safest;; 3 lily Medicine ;; FOR. ALL. , ! ; and Nervous Disorders1 1 leaclachc, Constipation, Stomach, Impaired Dl- Disordcrcd Liver and le Ailments. Worlds Medicine:: ( Sale Bicecd 6,000,000 Doxci. I I Mid is cent", at all drug- atorc. ' ' un't fills ham tho InnrMt cnla n prletary Medicine la tho world, unci ' tweu acjuevca ' t the publication of testimonials T -wv; O; C. T. Go's POMONA 'AlTtonA t,KAVKa Fon ii'oitriiANu , eJOKJK flML: ANU ClIKAl' UATK8. pixskwtweau Htato anil Cnnrt'Hta. 3f M.O HAtiDWIN, Agent. TiaaJiv atTrWitit fiiimitiv t Q a. m. . I iKTTTilKTrT usT inot combined in tho Powder trust. Wo mnko 2 (Baking Powdor culled "fW WBm monD u Prtnim AfTnrtnrnnlinnil . 'SSiii twoyonrs. , f,$lfRin6,Qurbrand" Diamond' -' ftaFswita, Other brands 25 cents. UaVTitas, Our brand" Diamond" 8'efets. Other brands -15 or CO YotiuwlU save 10 to 20 conts on a CMtlH(l that is worth saving. W;i(terantco overy can; that ibs...

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. — 3 February 1900

vTupy&b i 2 v. IV :x mmt hi n niiiiifl r' MD ...? .. - - - niTwiin '' " " " . i iw i waters' Profl. snarina Association TO MOVE FOR FEW DAYS YET! Zoo $3u6 Our removal sale bargains have brought uch a lot of buyers, that we'll have to wait for a lull in trade before we can dispense with our counters or shelves, even for a day So while the rush is on, take advan tage of it and join the crowd of bargain getters who are really getting better than CLOSING OUT fO-nAI CK.CtT PRICES AT THE DIG CASH STORE HOLVERSON'S CASH,. STOfiE OOI COMMUKOIAI. ST, me The plan is simple. We give a coupon with each purchase from five cents up. Valuable and useful presents will be given , away free. All coupons are good for chances on these prizes ' We call it "Profit Sharing" because we share our profits with our customers. All holding coupons becomes one of the as sociation. The more business we do the more our proh s. hence the more we are enabled to share with our trade. 1 He first drawing is on Mafc...

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. — 5 February 1900

, rfr 77- -ja; wiimtt ifJMatiiaiiiw THE DAILY JOURNAL. Assoolatod Press tote- Business" not Polltloa. resh Looat news and Live make The Daily Jour- don't solicit joat sdTHllctuft htehm jrocr politics ot oun, bat bcotuw Advertising Payo. SALEM, OREGON MONDAY JTEBirrjAllY 5 1000. NO.U r trwv II iVb x& ii journal pcy 2T- finake 'ininBBi V" 4MSSSNBU s.osr r8 ft em Woolen Mills buller's movements a mystery gov goebel is dead Home Made Goods Best in the Market Specials A very larje line of cassimere suits for men and boys'. .-;' , All sizes of Boys' black- hose" our own brand, the Granite try them. Best Authorities Claim His Army is Quiet at Present rs Kerseys in all shades and , also in Tan Coverts. !,Gray and lick clays. (Turn Back Covert overcoats our own the swellest ot all. 100iE$ VMaYi STORE olp i -sr5. j ',aBBi BET. . 1 yiWawru rmt 1 .ws If Don't Work ADVERTISING GOODS AT COST AND20 PER CENT. DIS COUNT, ETC. .UNLESS YOU DO IT. PEOPLE SOON CATCH ON. OUR FORCE OF CLERKS HAS NOT B...

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. — 5 February 1900

t w s K. 'A ' rutp R1' o wSml IffTlffllYlflfffltTFJfmnflMHTTfMffTlffinTinii AN INTELLIGENT MAN is one who Has good understanding! iXacp'eSboee! FURNISH THE BEST KNOWN UNDERSTANDING THEREFORE THE INTELLIGENT MAN IS ONE WHO WEARS HOSTETTER's (i CEUBRATEO 'W a, fm&'tsV Shoes. "tUMmiUMiJiiUiiiiiiiniiiuMmiiimii TOE DAILY JOURNAL BY HOHRR BHOTHBKS MONDAY, FJIBItUAItY 5, 1000. Dally, Ono Year 93.00, In Advanoo Dally, four Montna $L00. 1a advance Weekly, One Tear 81.00, In Advance THE KENTUCKY ANARCHISTS -AND THEin APOLOQISTS, William Goobol, governor of Kentucky lies dead, struck down by the band of a cowardly nsxtnin, wliilo tlio stnto In on I to bo successful by lawful methods, the opposition was justified In hiring some ono with n riflo to put him out of the way. That Is tho gist of their comments. In tlio particular Instance quoted above, of courso, another eloment is Involved, for it seems to bo constitutionally impossi bio for tho paper quoted to tell tlio truth about an opponent...

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. — 5 February 1900

.lug 'wr wnjrw w- W"-r -w-J-jrr Tipr "A ftfh ' War die S. If. Btirtis Ttl ,..,4 i..n ftiflllliir nw. Ha tlll IMIUPUIIIU .....,.. V ut none wenicd inoro ilmiKerous rfhlslatolicrtrt trouble, lie says! iVtcvcre excitation of the heart MM My physicians said I Me to drop dead any moment. a times would be tsu a mtn- could scarcely breathe. I ia jfjflpw worse under doctor's care and J6m taking Dr. Miles' Heart Cure. I(ve me prompt relief, and today I " mr fctod health." , DR. MILES' Heart Cure U &W ti'y ult druggists on guuriintoo irk baMto bunuUts or money uncU. Boe-k eieart, ami nerves sent (reo. Or. MM MttJical Company, Elkhart, Ind. .ant- owl. T. Co's 244KN(li:it BTKAn.KII p)MONA 1 JL V IX JT V. Vltt FOUHPOIW'I.ANI) UHfViixcoit fl'in Uv n't -in. . HftiTlMK AND flJKM ll,4Ti:M. 'WntkVMwoarx Hrnto mi I I'riirt'Htn. ' sW M"-1' "AMWIN. " -s us.T 5 urc&nnt combined In the HiUdngJUmvcler truit. We make our nvvuniuking I'mvilor ealltil EfiivioND no nmofTiirtiiroulrind NW tvVoyonts. rKe...

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. — 5 February 1900

mi mnw ' i i i -7- 4i .IV . 'j. - i ji . 'i Vv v REMOVED From cthe west to the east side of Com mortal Street. Nearlv ooDOSite our old location, where we are preparing to greet our patrons, HIS LAST STATEMENT We G. Magers MaKes a Plea ol Inno cence Belore Dying. Unjustifiable Condemnation ol the Prosecuting Attorney and Witnesses, CASH STORE HOLVERSON'S 203 and OOO COMMKKOIA1. OT. CASH STORE A Statement Made By His Attorney Feeling Letter Written to Dallas Ladies. i . Tnose sifts In our south window are regular 75c and 85c val ues, and all late patterns. During our "Clean up" sale we offer choice while they last for, J -38c each t. 5 2 0 statbjie.vt or maoeks' ATTOiWEV. down here two or three days before I Editor or Tue Jouimi.: In handing kuew that ho was hero. I was In i'ort- J. I. DALRYMPLE & COMPANY WVVfVVVV Vk.VAV1kUWVI.'l mi out m MORE THAN EVER Wo have now been hero long enough to provo to the people of this community that wo do only first-class work and give the right go...

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