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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 24, 1904)
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Pacific States Take Up Long
pairs J. II Thatcher superintendent of Or-
ogon for tho Pacific States Telephone
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& Telegraph Company, was in tho city
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. tcsterday taking notes for the proposed
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i, improvements, which have so long been
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fnm TVTr Wlmtnlini aftvo flint n IMinnrrfi
Salem has waited a long timo, that is .,' . . . ,,.,,.,
. . n i ii - i ii .i'dh the first prize, and Miss Velma
to bo repaid b the improvements that , , ,
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arc to bo put in, which would not hnvo
been obtainable if the now exchange
had been constructed before. The now
nnnnrnrns inclmln n mnlMnln rnnfrnl
energy board, ariel cable construction
on tho outside, thus doing nway with
I) a great number of exposed wires, which
aro bound to cause trouble, and some
underground cable, which is accepted
by all telephone men as being tho fin
est way of running wires. Kew wall
sets will bo put in the houses, and, in
fact, an entire new system throughout
will bo the much-needed improvement.
James Curran, the constriction fore
man, is in tho city now, nnd the work
will bo dono as fast as tho material
can be manufactured. If theso plans
aro carried out Salem will havo a bet
ter system than Seattle or Portland,
and as good, if not better than any
other city on tho coast.
Miss Helen Calbrcath, graduato of
College of Music, University of Nash
ville, Tenn., will opon a studio in room
8, Odd Tellows' building. Classes in
vocal, piano, theory, harmony -nnd
sight reading. Students prepared for
examinations to enter Eastern Con
Our free trade friends who object
to tho selling of manufactured goods
abroad at a loner price than at homo
forget thnt the Democratic party it
self provided in its Inst tariff law for
just such sales.
Bean tin lha u Hara ,MP BoogW
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Dance at Tioga Hall.
Saturday evening, September 24th.
Admission, gentlemen, 75c; ladies, free.
is tho home of vaudo-
Tho partnership of Drs. Schoottlo
and Mercer hns this day been dissolved
by mutual consent. Those knowing
thomsolves indebted, pleaso call and
settle. Salem, Oregon, September 22,
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: ; White House
George Bros. Props.
f I MHHMIIIIIIII'M
II THAT WONT LEAK
Are exceodinglv rare-you've found that out, espeoially with your
large can. Come in and let us show you one that CANNOT leak-one
from which you can fill a metal lamp or a lantern, in the dark, and
that absolutelyOANNOT OVEBFLOW THE LAMP.
Don't believe H Come and see. We also have tho best of everything
in groceries, fresh fruits, etc, and our own delivery insures prompt and
ATWOOD & FISHER,
I Pkrt57i. Gtaatts Comer
jitss oe unnstenu entertained a
largo number of her frlcjiils at her
home, Xo. 45 Union street, Thursday
afternoon,, in a most delFg'htful "man
Tho Olmstcad home wag decorated
Very prettily, the color schemo being
pink' and white, and wns carried out
most effectively in sweet, peas and
vnana Tiiirtnrr tlin n f f ftrnnnn tlm tlimnrt
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of happy children spent part of the
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time in playing games in Marion
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isqunre, after which they returned to
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tho Olmstead home. Another very
tilnnannt fnnfriirn wna n nnvnl wrtlinrr
nnntnot in t ltfnli AT too T.mtfcm Wtinln
Mrs. Olmstead was assisted iti serv
ing by Mrs. C. Ji Olmstead nnd Miss
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ftt a1 I A C3 nlitn.TlrtB lmfl XTaM T ..
in Prcs;,le'1 .nt tho Pnch bowl. Tho
pink and white color scheme was also
carried out in tho ice cream and can
dies. Those invited i were: -Ksther Mason,
.Tuann Holmes, Oraco l'nwk, Georgia
Starr, Alta Jones, Ruth Holmes, Helen
Perkins, Berylo Hedrick, Claudino Rose,
Cueenia Belle, Alico Warner, Maude
Evans, Volma Viesko, Rosa Viesko,
Alice Hatch, Opal Hatch, Nellio Roles,
Martha xSwnrtz, Margaret Wilson, Mar
garet Mulkey, Marie Wilson, Hazel
Downing, Vulmu Luhrman, Hazel Olm
stead, Mcbel Smith, Mabel German,
Laurn Pugh, Helen Penrce, Dorothy
Steusloff, Dorthy Pearcc, Helen Krnusse
May Steusloff, Graco Baker, Ruth Da
mon, Letn Humphroys, Lola Hum
phreys, Gcrtrudo Hunt,Anna, Birdioand
Mary Yautii, Constnnco Cartwright,
Glndys Cnrtwrlght, Blanche White,
Ruth Hansbrough, Helen Mercer, Ova
Derby, Maudo Durbin, Irene Curtis,
Mario Martin, Mildred Rhodes, Nellie
O'Harn, Faye Wrightinnn, Margaret
Ostrander Ostrander, Margery Kay,
Ostrander, Margaret Kay, Ruth
Manning, Zenia Gregory, Ethel Dorcas,
Louise Whale, Azel Singleman, Lola
Simpson and Roy Duncan, Ray Pom
croy, Meric Robert, Mert McCurl, Geo.
McElroy, Androw McCarl, Arthur
Toovs, Roland Toevs, Monroe Tbevs,
Arthur Mason, Albert Mason, Clarence
Byrd, Donnld Byrd, Robert Roles,
Lloyd Cospor, Lloyd Rigdon, Phil Per
kini, Carl Muths, Robert Muths, Ercil
Kay, Clintoi Ostrander nnd Otto Albright.-
The beautiful country homo of Glon
Hnrold, in Lake Luhisli, was tho sceno
of a happy gathering of relatives and
neighbors last Thursday in honor of
the 7Cth birthday nnnlversary of
"Grandmother," Mario J. Harold.
x.. K.mlUrn.g;waS n eomp.c e -nr-,
prise to Mrs. Harold, planned by her!
ciiiiuron, and will long bo remembered
by all who wore 'present. Tho many
little gifts received will always sprvoL.
as pleasant reminders to tho recipient.!
About 30 were prebont. I
The homo of Mr. and" Mrs. W. S.
Gilmore, on 21st street, wns the scene
of a merry gathering last ovcnlng, when
about 25 of their friends gathered nnd
spent a most enjoyable timo. Music
whist nnd dancini; wns indulged in un
til n Into, "hour, when refreshments.
Wero served. Misses Lulu nnuKtnnin?
Gilmore nssistod tho hostess
Fish Are Biting.
Black bass and trout aro biting
trolls in tho Willnmettc. Several fine
catches woro made yostorday. Somo
fine trout aro being tnkon with flies, in
The 'grocer5' would be too
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cqmfqrtableif all hisjgoods
were like Schilling's Best and
backed by the maker as they
Commercial and Court,
) J81ter Superior,
Pgg OAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM,
Mis Oskie Rotan is visiting Portland
State Treasurer 0. S. Moore went to
Portland today on business.
"AttorneyGYncrnl Crawford returned
last evening from The BnlW. '
Dr. Ford returned to Eugenb fester
day after a business visit hero.
W. 11. Matthews returned homo from
a business (rip. to Eugene last evening.
iuiss jjeua juurcn went to rortianu
this morning after a visit with friends
in this city.
Mrs. E. T. Reese, of Pueblo, is visit
ing her sister, "Mrs. A. G. Smith, of
J. A. Waddle, commissary-gcnernl of
the Oregon National Guard, wns a Sa
lem visitor yesterday. v
Mrs. R. D. Allen is at tho bedsldo of
her aunt, Mrs. J. A. Knight, of Wood-
jiurn, who is very sick.
Miss Editli Hazard returned to her
home at Jefferson today, nfter a fow
days' isit with Salem friends.
Androw Hansen left this morning for
his homo in Albany, accompanied by
his mother, who v. ill visit there.
A. B. Seeley, of North Bend, loft
for his homo Inst night, after spending
several days visiting in this city.
Mrs. W. W. Skinner, left this morn
ing for Spokane, where sho will visit
with her" son, Will, for several weoks.
Miss Lila Patton, of Hnlsey, who has
been visiting Miss Mary Frisbv for
several weeks, returned homo this morn
Mr. C. V. Stokor and MUs Josio
Stoker, of Oregon City, who havo boon
visiting here, returned homo last ov
cuing. Mr. and Mrs. Deadrlck, of J.lkhorn,,
who have boon tho guests of Mr. nnd
Mrs. .lermnn, of this city, returned
home last evening.
Attorney and Mrs. Frank Davey re
turned from Newport last evening,
wheio thoy havo been taking thoir va
cation since tho fair.
Miss Maudo Meyers has returnod
from 'spending tho summer nt her homo
nt Scio, and will teach in the Lincoln
BChool here this winter.
Miss Zulu Hunt left last Monday for
Medicine Hat, N. W. T., whero sho will
spend somo time with hor sister, Mrs.
W. H. Turpin, who was formerly Miss
Mrs. G. W. Thompson, of Verdn, No
vnda, who has beon visiting for tho
past three weoks with family of E. A.
Kniser, in North Salem, loft today for
Oakland, Cnl., where sho will tnnko her
President W. H. Lee, of Albany Col
lege, passed through Salem today on
his way to Portland. President Lee
says that nover before did tho school
open under sueh-favorablo auspices,
and that thoy havo a 45 per cent in
crenle 0VQr ,Mt
oronco Gnrnuhnn, of Astoria,
who has been tho guest of hor ooushi,
Miss Ernestino Hnlloy, of this city for
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tfflmorrn nftll '" ,t1inr ,, ,
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home. Miss Cnrmihan nccompanlcd
Miss Hnlloy homo from her summer
visit at Astoria, and during her brief
stay hore hns mado many friends. .
Midshipman IVed Perkins, of tho V
S. naval academy, has started on his
return trip to A'nnnpolis, after a tno
woqks' yisjit with his paronta, Mr. and
Mrs. V, T. Perkins, of this city. Ho
wont by way of St. Louis, whero he
will take in tho World's Fair, nnd nlso
mako a short stop nt Washington, I).
('., after which he will resume his
studies nt Annapolis.
Change of bill tomorrow night nt the
Miss Helen Calbrcath, II. M., will
open n music studio in room 8, Odd
Follows' building, on Tuesday, Septem
ber 27, 1901. 9-23 31
A Boy's Wild Bide for Life.
With family around expeeting him
to die, .and a son riding for life 13
miles to get Dr. King's Xew Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
W. H. Brown, of Lcesville, Ind., en
dured death's agonies from asthma;
but this wonderful medicine gave in
stant relief and soon cured him. Ho
writes: "I now sleep soundly every
night." Like marvelous cures of Con
sumption, Pneumonia, Bronchitis,
Coughs, Colds and Grip proves its
matohloss merit for all Throat and
Lung troubles. Guaranteed bottles C0o
and $1.00. Trial bottles freo at J. C.
Perry's drug store.
ACADEMY OF THE SA
Tho forty-second scholaMic year
begins September 12. Sanitary and
other Improvements lately made in
the building. Academic, commercial,
grammar grades Intermediate and
primary couraoa. Pupils prepared for
teacher's certificates. Full course la
muaic. Particular attention paid to
neaHb and moral training, Ad4res
"OBSQON. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER
ling Hands, Twitch
Not ever hwidacho Is a sign of nerv
But, If ou sufTer often from headache
that seems to ro-occur at intervals, nerv
ous or brain trouble Is very evident.
Agitn, If you can't hold a Don to naner
without trembling or twitching, there's
a screw looso somewhere
Or, If you seem Irritable- and cross
All these" aro signs nnd symptoms.
Not necessarily that jou aro danger
ously sick But, at any rate, sick enough
to need Dr. Miles' Nervine.
Tho danger lies In neglecting tho
Somo of these signs are Sleeplessness,
Dizziness. Excitability, I.oss of Memory,
Frctfulness. Headache, Melancholy. Neu
ralgia, Muscular Twltchlngs.
Do not iroglect them. Begin to take
Dr. Miles' Nervine. It will euro them.
"For flvo years I have suffered terrl
Cly from nervous prostration. I tried
one physician after another, but re
ceived no benefit. I continued to grow
worse until I -aas afraid to be left alone,
nnd despaired of cer being cured,
lhree months ngo I was Induced to try
Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine. After
taking the Jlrst bottle I felt sq much
better, that I was greatly encouraged.
I continued to tako it until I had taken
three bottles, nnd am now In better
health thin I havo been for years."
MRS. G. A. BltAMAN, Troy, Ohio.
T"PT!T! 5rlt0 t0 us fP Freo Trial
JC JVi.Ci pnekago of Dr. Miles' Antl
Paln Pills, tho Now Scientific Remedy
for rain. Also Symptom Blank. Our
Specialist will diagnose your case, tell
you what Is wrong, nnd how to right it.
Free. DR. MIL.U3 MKDICAI. CO.!
LABORATORIES, ELKHART, IND.
Real Estato Transfers.
The following real estate transfors
have been recerded:
Vogot Lumber & Fuel Company to
W. O. Simon, land in Capital Tark ad
Stnto of Oregon to Loulso J. Wil
liams, south '( of southwest Vi of sec
HO, tp 8 s, r 3 o, $100.
P. and E. Hurst to C. S. Hamilton,
320 acres in tp 8 s, r 1 e, $1000,
This is a serious matter with some
young people. Tho timo has posisbly
come when it is a question whether
or not it is best to go to school longer.
A courso at tho Capital Buslnes Col
lego Is always a safo investment of
time and monoy. Students may cntor
nt any timo. If you cannot call, sontl
for a catalogue. 0-233t
Who are interested in the so- M
a lection of their children's a
2 school books nnd supplies 7
5 will oflTect n consldornblo
w saving in outlay by unving w
their wants tilled nt,
Patton's Book Store. 2
H List of required books of V
ft scholars nttending any of the H
m schools are in our hands, and 4fc
A we are now ready to servo mm
you. All text books nro sold
2 f,,r pnsM 0'y. 2
Y IVJu u A
Fall Term Opens Monday, Soptem
Subjects I'co 3 months.
Bookkeping ,. ... 4.00
Beading and Spelling .... 2.00
Other subjects taught if required.
For particulars call at
Y. M. C. A. OFFICE
Tho sort that costs about tho same as
a common plow, and that pays for
Itself in a fow acres, Thcv have a
broad, flat scoop, follloweil bv a shak
er, that loaves tho potatoes on top of
tho grdVnll. fiend or circular and
A Gasoline Engine
Will enme nearer paying for Itself in
a given length of time than au other
power, "ball nnd investigate. Gasoline
wood saw outfit. All mounted up ready
to run with either 3 or 4 hurse engine.
Come and see it, and get our prices.
F. A. Wiggins'
Implement House 255-257 Liberty St
Farm Implements, Automobiles,
Sewing Machines and Supplies.
rscHobl : sqi-rsv:
tapod Beams. Made of fancy and plain cheviots. Sizes for 0 to 10
Nowhere in this or any other town can you match those suits at
$3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50 up to $5.00
. . .SUIT YOURSELF
Fall's hero, and it's timo to do it.
If you haven't said "farewoll" to your summor suit you'd better.
Our ologant fall suits aro hero waiting to say "hello" to you. We'll,
put a smile that won't como off all winter on tho faco of ovcry man
who is wise onough to como hero for his now suit or overcoat.
$10.00, $ J 2.50, $ J 6.00, $20.00 or $25.00
Every suit and overcoat guaranteed.
Salem Woolen Mill Stoe
C..P. BISHOP, Proprietor
Why "Tlit ow Away Tliat
And spond twice- as much
Repair tho old one. You see,
stays, monds your handle, if
.new ones, and does it all
made him so well known in bicycle repairing. ,
Speaking of Bicycles;
Wo put on mud guards or
warp or come to pieces in wet weather. ,
THE BICYCLE MAN
To St Louis and Return. $69-66,
To Chicago and Return. $7
Start October 3, 4 or C. Keturn wjthfh OOclays. Stopover
" whero you wish along HiirilngtonJIilnos.
And particularly (rcmembi)r Jhut yeu have cheleo of tho finest
.scenic routes in the world
Get details of
A. 0. 8IIELDON, Oeneral Agent,
100 Third Btree.
Made for roal boys.. Of all
things, don't toll a boy he must
bo careful of his clothes.. Who'd
givo a snap for a boy who
couldn't WHOOP aud HOLLEB
and tear around generally? It
shows he's a boy.
Best and stoutest all wool ma
terials wo can And. All seams
doublo sowed with silk, and cara
fully sewed. Strong, durable
Single and doublo breasted
Jackots, knoo trousers, with
for a new one as tUwllrcost, you o
he recovers, puts in now ribs, or
it is Tmoxtra, fine one, or puts in
with that painstaking care that lias
fit steel rims stool rlnti that do uotf-i