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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 13 March 1900

"(!yvnv"V'9 Pfa THE DAILY JOURNAL. vol.. x SALEM, OREGON TUESDAY MARCH 13 1900. .m Sbirte DRESS Theeo Neat Best work shirts you can flml, 46c and 60c lines can't bo bent silk front negllgeo shirts 00c and 70c. NowcBt styles in colored drers skirts, 70c and 05c. Extra good unlatindered whlto drees shiits, 45c long or hort bosom. Anything you want In the shirt line. Prices, ure the very lowest. iNeu) York . -- - SHIRTS 1 WORK SHIRTS I Racked OBJECTS TO BOER INDEPENDENCE SALEM'S ONE PRICE CASH STORE I V7 7 M (J rfi Af' (38Pi We still have a few of those ladies' box calf shoes at $2,00 and $2,25. If you need anything in that line now is a good time to bu, England Not Inclined to Concede to the Demands of the Republics. GERMANY WILLING TO JOIN IN DEMAND FOR MEHATION France Declines to Complicate Matters By Her Offices Gen. Roberts Nearing Bloemfonteln. II? taa.iclitltil I'rraa to (be Jourunl. London, March 13. In tho houso of Lords todny Lord Salisbury read tho British government's reply...

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 March 1900

-. wmnr-rrx HHMtHJUl u.iuiwn 9. lUlimlfWfmfnTWfffTITfmTMWWW I I PJ F0R M. V FEW SPECIAL! A DAYS J.Lttdlt-s block khl, strap enniltil w with buckle ntiil )kw. . ps lAiltrs sewn congress tbocs Xliis black kid, strap wwdal JP llkndnt. ..;......,.. S Mitten tnn Oxford ttes, 75 C i&C-tsV 5bo? Store f 04 Statu Btroot lUiUiJUIUUiliiiAiiniUUiliiAHlllUlUiUUAAi TflB UO JOURNAL nv trowron (jKormtnn TUESDAY, MAHOII 13 1900. Oalljr, OnoVcar 83.00, In Advance ati, Pout Moutu.1 til 00. U idvnnoo Weekly, Ono Year til 00, In Ativan ABOUT MR, M'DniUE. Senator Mcllrldo ha announced his Intention to ho a candldato for ru-f lec tion. Tilts was hardlv niwinnrv. m ilin public was fully awaru or this fact. Wo distinctly remember, howovcr. a Htllo conversation we had with our friend on tlio way down lo Bt Helen about tlireo year ago. At that I lino tho senator In for med in that ho "retired from tiolltlc o Uio Otli dey of January, 181)5." Wo wwgratulnttxf him uion the wisdom of hie conclusions, and nrao...

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 March 1900

iF&iSSfe3"- tfXH ISii6- w' i"yi Acts gently on the nwpvc m imp " mmm m J h w eat b p and Bowels Cleanses the System ,, EFFECTUALLY, our tmc scMvmt- mnto dx (SjjIvrniaTg,Syrvp. 'm11? i W'K .W roi s.u et u amnsim rati si- fi tcrtic i.w'.w'.i.jw-f O C. T Co'a HAKBKNUKIt HthAH.HII POMONA altomA LKAVKH KOll 1'OllTlANll built ptcciiI Hiiii'U' l8n m. yl'lCK TI.MK ANI 01IKAP MAITb. .n'Ic Iwtvfwn lit.VP and Omit HI. M. I IIALDWIN. Awut. ' :i j PERSON ALAND LOCAL jor ailitiiioiial L i iNiWi r.o fourth Pwa r Win. Brown went to Portland last evening. Frank Huron loft this morning for Boston. Ed F. rarkhurot went to Toitlund last evening. Mrs. Dr. A. It. Olllls wont lo Portland this morning. Z.F.Moody returned to The Dalles this morning. Frank Miller, of Albany, la In the city ' toil ay 011 business. i D. 1). Coffey was ti passenger this, morning for Portland. 1 Thomas llolmau went to Portland for p, few days Inst evening. , 1 Fred Dofo, of Wood burn, was In the city yenlerday on biislnoM. j...

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 March 1900

'M rK it i Sa.j? I: l jgr ,.mj& ' iiii,iini "n ' - k t&SBk tffi&fi .eepiDg flotise? 'tab new opera house UVE YOU PLONTY OF TABLE LINEN? WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED X X N Elegant Line of Damasks in varied assort ment such as lias never been shown for the prices we ask for tnem. TABLE- 1 LINEN j How about Towels too? Our line can't be beat for quality or price. CASH STORE 25, 40, 50, 75c, 51.00. Si .25, $1.50, $1.75, 52.00 per yard. It will pay you to look at our stock before buying. HOLVERSON'S I 20a and GOO OOMMICHOIAl. BT. Cbemeketa Lodge Will Probably Build on High Street. Theatre to Beat One Thousand People Manager Cordray Saya It Would Pay. CASH STORE " " T T T "- Glove Special A lot of odds and ends in button and lace tjloves; extra quality kid. Because sizes are broken the 51.50 and 1.00 ones go for 50c a pair Examine our line of X Raffled CiiPtains i ALSO Another lot of regular 51.00 and 51,25 quality clasp gloves slightly faded from being in window 38( a pair Madras Ct...

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. — 14 March 1900

r ri JOURNAL. VOX.. 3f SALEM, OR.GON WEDNESDAY MAftCH 14 1000. DAILY r in n i M h. .:noi - - . . ' - I . . ..,. M . ' :J Though tlio din of auction bells and tho flutter of red lings and whlto signs, wo Iinvo patiently held our pence, but now wo'vo a word to say. But not by RED FLAG nor CLANGING HELL will wo seek to attract your attention, nor by "closing out" sales either, for tho WlilUI V '0 ) lj 18 noro to stay as lontf as Oregon wool grows on Oregon sheep Well wo etnited to sny that wo Iinvo Just completed our Annual Involco, and In taking stock, find that wo have several lines of suits nil sold out eavo perhaps ono or two. Theso odd suits wo have placed by themselves nnd THEY'VE GOT TO GO FOR WE M U8T KEEP OUR STOCK CLEAN. IF YOU WANT A GOOD SUIT OF OREGON WOOL AT A CLEAN-UP I'UICE, NOW'S YOUU TIME. When you conio In look over our "Odds nnds Ends" tables, where we've collected a few renuiantB of lines in uuderwear, sweaters, gloves, shirts, caps, cottonado pants, etc. And Macki...

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. — 14 March 1900

J ? n p V V'I .JtWft"1 "'" & T1?ffffmfrFfFffff?f!F!ff!ffff'""'f - , J-r gentle little women id rough and careless "chool boys X 2 2 5 TO 8, BTOEE, $1.00 Z 8XTO 1..BTO EE, 1.25 E 11HT0 2. BTOEE, 1.50 MhH stamp, rofl, nl- Urr, lnt sots. n djabU os tci or kltl tlp.la Iwi cair, kaogtroo can. ? X A serviceable looking shoe which will stand all the wear that 2 an active hcallhv child will pjvc it. - L Sho? Store f tak 04. Btnto Btl-HOt lki4UitUUUUiiUlUlliUUiliAiiilAiUaAAAi f , , iii i j ,n iHl mill iinwl 11 ' iwiiinii i iJijiMi" mil ggg "IW",MT - 2 -r- - 7T TT TSkTDir' H M 5 3 I J JS.L1C2 1 Vjr XV-yJj2 . iW&ffiUR - , CooiribotlonfoTlbUt)p.ttmentre V J 1-2Z3 j xJtiS 2i GjCU m h 1 Jl V ieiicUu!ly solicited from our readers " N ? s? Mr b f!fi u TUB DAILY JOURNAL V HOIH 11HOTHKNII WEDNESDAY, JIAHOII 14 11KW. Daily, Ono Year 83,00, In Atlvnnoo Jolly, Fmt Montus 91 00, I.' tdvauco Weekly, OnYar 81.00,1a ilran MR. PLAQO FURNISHES A TEXT III another" column aptcnri a com. munlcatlon from ...

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. — 14 March 1900

Doctors Can't Cure It! Contagious blood poison Is'nbsolutoly beyond tho skill of tho doctors. They lay dose a patient for years 01 tholr mercurial nnd potash remedies, but he Kill nercr be rid of the disease: on tho other hand, his condition will grow t('ndlly worse. S. S. S. Is the only euro for this terrible .affliction, becauso It is the only remedy which goes direct to the eniiso of tho disease and forces it from the system. I was AfUlotFct with Blood Polton, and th U-it doctors lUd ms no Reed, though I took meir treatment laltb- luny, in fact, I seemed 8t worse n,l ' while. I took almost every so-callod blood remedy, but they dldnot eem to reach the dis ease, and had no effect vrhaterer. I was dis heartened, for It aeemed that I would never bo , oured. At the adtlce ol a friend I then took B. B. 8.,andbecantolm tiroTe. I cnntlnnerl th medicine, aaau curea me completely, build' ... .. i --......., ... In up my health and Increasing my appetite Although this was ten years ago, I ...

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. — 14 March 1900

-'' &r. i Mmr, uunmr 'Ldritir . ijprccp. vsximmt i nMmiuiimia'""l inn'i iiiiniMinii ummm ing floiise?. THE BOUNTY ROUND-UP YOU PLENTY OF TABLE LINEN? HAVE JUST RECEIVED X X !egant Line MMASKS in varied assort ment, such as has itever been shown for Hie prices we ask for them. TABLe j ..LINEN J How about Towels loo? Our linocan't be beat for quality or price. Noted on Soma of the Republican As pirants for Office. At the Hand of the Primaries and County Convention to lie Held This Month, OREGON MEN LOST IN ALASKA CASH STORE 25, 40, 50, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, 51.50, $1.75. $2.00 per yard. It will pay you fo look at our stock before buying. HOLVERSON'S CASH STORE 20B and OOO Cl " ' w " v ' m " COMMlinOIAI, ST, Glove Special A lot of odds and ends in button and lace KJoves; extra quality kid. Because sizes are broken the $1.50 and $1.00 ones go for 50c a pair Another lot of regular $1.00 and $1.25 quality clasp gloves slightly faded from being in window 38c a pair Examine our line of X R...

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. — 15 March 1900

THE DAILY JOURNAL. Y(XL. X SALEM, OREGON THUESDAY MAECH 15 1900. ' V. "v'',!JS 'w'"WMWWMWhiawWWMWMWWMWWWWMMMB .i i ii .. ,.-. , , W . - ,1'Ji, "'-j- Jf NO 2. 3 Sbtrte DRESS SHIRTS WORK SHIRTS i BLOEMFONTEIN TAKEN BY (ROBERTS i - - " i r iJt 2vsttyattzzs: svzs2ttXM&sxQ Host work Milrta yon ran flntl, Theso 46c rind 60c lines can't to beat. Neat Bilk front ncgllgoo shirts COc ntul 70c. Newest styles In colored dress skirts, 70c and 05c. Kxtru pood unlnundercd whilo dress shirts, 45c long or short bosom. Anything you want In tlio shirt lino. Prices arc tlio very lowest. New York SALEM'S ONE MICE CASH m WmSmW ) i if p it ? 1 '.? fi 'I I ?! N tWlllllllllililffilli! j Rark'ef i - His Headquarters in Steyn's Mansion, President THE FREE STATE CAPITOL IS REMOVED TO KROONSTADT England Will Not Accept Intevention From Any Source-- Boers Will Fight to the Death. STORE Now Arriving FINEST LINES OF LADIES' GENTLEMEN'S MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES FOR SPRING EVER SHOWN IN SA LEM, AND OUR CUT 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. — 15 March 1900

-Sfc TTJ I-Wf. T fn m A A. r H?iiww!i?NwnwTT?wnt.iTi""i .XFor gentle little women ani rough and careless wtoaoUxsy X X X X 5 TO 8, BTOEB, 5100 Z 8XTO 11, BTOEB, 1.25 S 1tKT0 2. BTOEE, 1.50 J Xlsf plump, on, nice Isr, slatt ofe, of daobl sol patent or ZM tlp.lu lux calf, aantaruo cIf. S XA serviceable looking $hoe which will stand all the wear (hat 2 . an active health child will give it, " a5 5ho? Store IT -' m 04 Stnto Btront iftJAMIC4MJA4A44iliiJlJUU MAUI tit All till II All 9 .BPjav M ; tlWWnf - amuwry "QW7I 'I' niiMUfttyy111'1'"'"'"!" gjv,y ''.!Sr-- I .. i; - You always expect to see a baby plump and rosy, don't you? Thinness in a baby Lis a disease. If not corrected serious results follow. The first year often determines the health for the whole of a long life. Scbtfe &muhi on, is a true and tried friend to the little ones. It gives them just the plumpness all healthy babies should have. tnt. mt $IJW,llllrtHll"- . SCOTTa nOWIIC, Ctismkti, N.w Vtrk TUB DAILY JOURNAL BY HOI'W...

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. — 15 March 1900

Acts gently on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels r,EAMSES the System c EFFECTUALLY. OVERCOMES JJ-i? & I - HTUAUNST'PAT.ON .. . PERMANENTLY DUX THE GENUINE - M AN'F D By (5ui?rniaITgSyi?vp(. ro5UBYucuc,iTi pbu tot rutomi O. C. T Go's IMHSKNUKIt HTKAniHI POMONA ' AND -jr altonA I.KAVK8 KOIt roitTMNt) DnllroxrcplSini.lHV at 8 in. QUICK TIMK AND CIIKA1' ItATKH. Diiok botwma Hint" ami Con it Hta. M..P IIAliDWINAout. j PERSONALAND LOCALS .-orfclilltlnunl I,eitlNmticu Fnarth I'ko r Ira Krb went to Portland on business tills morning. W. L. Jones of Jtfforson, Is In tho city today on business. Mrs. F. A. Ilunlon, was n passenger this morning for Oregon City. Kohl Nlcs enmo down from Albany this murnlng to b end tho tiny. Olto Hanson, nml Jug. Mngulro, wont to Portland un business this morning. ' Gov. T. T Geer linn gnno to linker City to visit Ills futliur (or it few iluya. Mrs. Murk Skiff nml Mrs. Gertrude Lownnlalu returned from n visit in Port land last night. C. B. Irvlno, E. l. MiCornnc...

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. — 15 March 1900

Jdtm SPRING NOVELTIES AT ? FRENCH flolversoo's WAR ANr CIVILIZATION Is (be Former Conducive (o the High est Typo of the Latter? PERCALES ENGLISH SHIRTINGS DUBLIN LINENS KIMONOS CLOTH Faoipadotir Organdi, Organdi Rayure Sole, Egyptian Tissue. Cevert Cloths, Ducks, Piques, Mercerized Lawns and Piques A NEW IDEA PATTERNS GET A FREE SHEET Qlestion Discussed by tho Pilgrim Broth- eihooJ Tuesday Night Will Tackle the Purification of Polities Next. Glove 5p?cial A lot of odds and ends in button and lace gleves: extra quality kid. Because sizes are broken the 1.50 and $1.00 ones go for 50c a pair Another lot of regular $1.00 and 1,25 quality clasp gloves slightly iaueu iroin uemg in window 38c a pair Examine our line of X X Ruffled Ctirfains ALSO Madras Curtains The most complete line we have ever shown from $1.50 to $10 pp. J. J. DALRYMPLE &. COMPANY The meeting of tlio Pilgrim Urother hood on Tuesday evening was well at tended though eomo of tlio memlicrfi were absent nt n social func...

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. — 16 March 1900

THE DAILY JOURNAL. mfe' VOi. x SALEM, OKEUOJN IflUDAY. MARCH 10 1H00. KOW, Though tho din Df auction bells and tho flutter of red flags and whlto signs, wo havo patiently hold our pence, but now uo'vo n word to any. But not by RIJD FLAG nor CLANKING HELL will wo seek to nttract your attontlon, uor by "closing out" sales either, for tho "I WILL LEAD YOU TO PRETORIA" GEN. METHUEN'S WORDS OF PRAISE THE QUAY CASE IS SET I 1 S1LEM WOOLEN MILL SI'ORE us Saitl1 General Roberts to His Men at Bloemiontem. is noro to stay as long ni Oregon wool grows on Oregon sheep Well wo started to say that wo have just completed our Annual Invoice, and In taking slock, flml that wo hao several lines of suits all sold out savo perhaps one or two. These odd suits wo have placed by themselves and THEY'VE GOT TO GO FOtt WE ly.J K.EEl 0UU ST0CK CLKAN- IF VOU WANT A GOOD SlUTOtOKEGONWOOLATA CLEAN-UP 1'ltICE, NOW'S YOUltTIME. When you come In look over our "Odds nnds Ends" tables, whoro we ve collected u fow rem...

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. — 16 March 1900

' f-Tms w c' wwmw&v TO jLpjae MiW3 Aen's Tan, Blucher cut, "l 3.50 f Men's Patent leather dress shoe, do Men's Vici Kid. Heavy sole, Kid lined r. anri m. "Z'L KT50. ... .,'-' ii um '"- -'. 1 ?-f l J If Si Men's Vici Kid Heavy sole, extension f edtre, calf lined, 3.50. 4 MptiV Vir! kTirl PliSn HwwW Tn Kid fc f aWB lIU Ittlll -t wbf Special P. lined. Heavv sole. -$S2 $3.50. J Men's Box Calf Goodyear Welt, Latest J shape. "IT 3 50. 5 Men's Full Stock Calf Goodyear Welt, 5 Beacon Toe, '1, $3.50. t Men's Full Slock Calf Goodyear Welt, 5 Boston toe. "ftST1 33.50. g Alen's Full Slock Calf Goodyear Welt, j Cambridge toe, 'fe1 53.50. J AT 0 $21 FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY CALT AT ONCE AS WE ONLY Pure Blood In the best defense against disease anil Ilo'tctler'a Stomach Miters makes hralthv blood. If you want to get well and IceV'pn ell, take It regularly. It will keep tho bowels active and cu,res nil siic.li stomach disorders as ilyspeiisfa, in digrstion, sluggish 1 ver, wchIc kidneys, innmria, le...

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. — 16 March 1900

EHXSESSEKffl iWrrtT &l flr-vpqiHyti'M' a tffiyn).9 , " " PBFV -, at 'i Oh, the Pain of! Rheumatism! i llhmunatlsm often causes tho most In- i ten$o suffering. Many havo for years vainly sought relief from this disabling . dlsenso, and aro to-dny worse off than ever, niioumatlsm Is a blood disease, I and Svvlft'aBpeclfio Is tho only cure, be causo It Is tho only remedy which con rcuch such deep-seated diseases. A few years co I was taken with Inflamma tory Ilhsuraatlsra, which became so Interne that I i tor weeks unable to walk. I tried MTeral prominent physl. . Ha.naan.1 rnnVilAl.iM.i. ' ment faithfully, but wa unable to get the (light est relief. In fact, ray con. dltlon itemed to grow worse, the disease spread nvsr m nni lt Ivn.lw . iS from KOYCmhf r trt Mnnh rVIBuiTerertaffony. t tried v many patent medicines, I but none relieved mo. upon lue an vice of a friend I ttrelflst! tn tra 8. 8. fl. Before) allowing me to take tt, how er. my guardian, who was a chemist, ana. lyted 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. — 16 March 1900

'lU'MIR''JWPMVM " H-wiv.trnit. "iHlM ' '"' '" WittiflliMMMMOall STRING NOVELTIES '-.. AT, HoIv?psod's POPULISTS CONFER, About Advisability of Holding Pri maries and a County Convention. FRENCH X PERCALES ENGLISH SHIRTINGS DUBLIN LINENS KIMONOS CLOTH Pampatdour Organdi, Organdi Rayure Scic, Egyptian Tissue. Covert Cloths, Ducks, Piques, Mercerized Lawns and Piques A NEW IDEA PATTERNS GET A FREE SHEET A Pietty Oencral Sentiment Favor . dotting Officials WlthaOood Record and None Others, En- Glove 5p?cial A lot of odds and ends in button and lace irioves; extra quality kid. Because sizes are broken the $1.50 and St, 00 ones go for 50c a pair Examine our line of X 2C Ruffled GfipfaiDS I ALSO Another lot of regular 91.00 and iki, 25 quality clasp eloves slightly fit f i mueu i rum ueing in window Madras QirfaiDs The most complete line we have ever shown from $1.50 to $10 br. no- -. -: - - -a -- r- joc d pair J. J. DALRYMPLE &. COMPANY Pursuant to adjournment four weeks ngo, tlio I'co...

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. — 17 March 1900

THE DAILY JOURNAL. -,,wm; VOli. X SALEM, OREGON SATURDAY MA31CH 17 1900. NO i. r s m I-5 They n v- Men's aftd Boys' pnno biding Our llnea nro full how. You'll find extra good valuta nil through. Nice liuu of Childroii'8 summer wash suits Ju8t la. E HAVE tlio boat nwortment of Shoca (lint wo linvo ever liml. 1011 cnn find nlmo8t aiivthin yo.i wnnt In our bIioo stotk. I you uao tulilftn wo cun supply Befit VnlllRR ill thn oil v. Kaw linn ol Men's Runimor Underwear iut rlulit far hn warm weather. Poo our glovo lino If ynu wear gloves. Wo lmvo borgalna fur you. you. LXJU& ' A""tN SHANJT" I ALL ENGLAND SOW FEELS SERENE Roberts' Work of Harmonizing His People Pleases Neu) York Racket SALEM'S ONE PRICE CASH STORE THAT M13AAS LOW I'KICKS. DEMONSTRATIONS AS LADY ROBERTS SAILS FOR SOUTH AFRICA Mafeking Again Reported Free - Dundonnald's Men Skirmish the Boers - Commandant Olivier Evacuates Before British GEN. JO. WHEELER SAYS THE WAR'S OVER Willi Now Push His Claim for tho Boat In Congres...

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. — 17 March 1900

Palsied Limbs Aira. II. T. Salisbury, of u follctt Street, Pawlucket, K. I., says: "About eight years ago, I was taken with nervous pnwtration which was followed by a partial paralysis of the lower limbs. The doctor called it locomotor ataxia. I could not direct my steps, and I would often fail down. I tried tnatiy remedies but was not bene fited until I began taking Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for' Pale People. Several doctors had told me that there was no cure for my trouble, but my improvement continued and I took the pills steadily for two years. At the cud of that time I had regained full control of my Hmli. The rntin left me nnd "has never returned." Mint. II. T. SAusnunv. Subscribed and sworn to before me this aist day of August, 1899. CARi.03 h. KoonH8, Notary Public. Dr. Wllllami Pick Pill hr PnU Proplt ronUlp, In u cmxldiwtl (oriip, ull lli pe. inelilsiifM-iuiry IokIvhIh-mt JUVniul rlvlintM 10 llio Mood mid tvtwti- ilium nil nrrri. Tlio are mi tiiifiillliiK ipciill furiuoh il...

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. — 17 March 1900

Acts gently on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels manses the System el .EFFECTUALLY OVERCOMES 'Jrf& ' Habhualnstipat'on ' UMU PERMANENTLY our the GtHUiNt- MAH'r o ey ui?rniaTg,Syrvp. M, ' ck f ri v. '''I ro 5n mil tauaaist rot tot rtieomt O. C. T. Go's I'ASSKNOEIt BTHA&.K1I TOfilfQ'NA JL, -AND TC altonA liKAVKB FOIl 1'OltriiANl) Pallr uxoont tunilsr at B n m. QUICK ri1J AND t'UKAP ItATKU. Dock Iwtwiwn Hints ami Gntirt Ht. M. 1'. IIAMWIN, AenL 4 PERSON ALAND LOCALS ' or ailitlllniial Iocnl N aci Kiinrth 1'aijn r Mro. C. E. Wolvorton, returned homo from Albany yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Jordan l'urvlno and Miss LIkIo Keller, returned homo yes terday fiom Corvallis. MeKlnley Mitchell of Gcrvais, is in the city on bushiccs. Dr. 0. II. Mack, returned last night from Portland. Prof. I). W. Yoder is spending a few days visiting Sllvorton friends. O. Marrh was a Portland passenger yesteidny. Mrs. Phil Mot'dian Is spotullng a fow days witli Peril tn'd friemls. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lnokloy, retu...

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. — 17 March 1900

x fj- 1 5. SPRING NOVELTIES AT 'X flolv?rsoD's BRYAN IS COMING. Arrangements Made to Receive Him March 28. FRENCH PERCALES , ENGLISH SHIRTINGS DUDLIN LINENS KIMONOS CLOTH Pompadour OrgondJ, Qrgandi Fayurc Sole, Egyptian Tissue Civcrt Cloths, Ducks, Piques. Mercerized Lawns and Piques A NEW IDEA PATTERNS GET A FREE SHEET 8UNDAY SERVICES. mar cnoncii or chbht. acirntmt. Lcswn sermon and chlldreua classes 10:45. Subject "Reality." Wednes day evening meeting 730 p. tn. Chris tian Science Hall, corner Liberty and Uourt. vr. c. t, o. Thorn will be no cervices at the W. 0 U. hall tomorrow. Jim. Addltmi, PFRiiMA A REMEDY FOR FEMALE CATARRH ore that I would uaTe oecn m n " Last days of the Auction Sale of lie Will Speak InS.lem on the Afternoon 0f7ir the W. 6. T. V.', unuai uay wvuiiiiiiiiB aim . mil ndurceaa niax meeting ume i.ji. Arrangements. I C. A. rooms at 4 o'clock. I r enTnil, OOXnllEOATlO.VAL. Ferry strceta, T. II. Glove 5p?cial A lot of odds and ends in button and lace loves; extra...

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