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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, JUKE 24, 1005.
For the Ladies
Just received from New York a complete stock of New
Natty and Stylish
and CHAMPAGNE KID
These are the dressiest and neatest shoes ever shown
in Salem. We have them in all sizes.
E. L IRV1N & CO.
326 STATE ST
Will tho Panama Canal Pay?
Frederic C. rcnfleld, who for some
four years was diplomatic agent and
cestui general of tho Unltod States In
Egypt, and thcro becamo thoroughly
conversant with tho commercial his
tory of tho Sues canal, contributes to
tho Juno number of tho North Ameri
can Hoviow an interesting comparison
of that injorocoanlc waterway with Hi
projected counterpart at Panama.
Tho present toll in tho Buos canal
Is $1.70 por ton on vessol tonnago, and
$2 for every passenger, a ship's crow
not being countod. It frequently costs
& liner of tho Peninsular and Oriental
Company, or a troop-ship filed with sol
dim, $10,000 to travorso tho canal.
Tlis grots rovenuo of the Sues water
way is now, it seems, moro than 20 per
cent on tho capitalisation, and tho net
earnings aro about 11 per cent.
To tho question whothcr European
shipowners will uso tho Panama (anil,
Mr. Penflcld replies that their action
will bo governed exclusively by self-
interest, computed from tho vlowpolnt
of pecuniary economy. Tho opinion
is expressed that where tho cost of
transporting cargoes would bo practl
tally tho same, which over of tho two
Best facilities known to
tellable banking offered
patrons. Jefferson is a
good town, has good
stores, good mills, a good
bank, and good people.
Come, and see us.
"Oregoa State Bank
J. A. AUPPERLE,
M. J. CAMPBELL
PURE AND MELLOW I
RICH AND DEIJOATE. I
SCHREIBER & 00. 1
PRACTICAL SHOE MEN
canal routes might bo chosen. Eu
ropean shipmasters will always favor
tho Suez waterway. A considerable
fraction of tho ocean-carrying trado
controlled by British bottoms is now,
nnd always will be, geographically In
dependent of intcroccanlc canals. Kven
as regards our own Atlnntlo and Gulf
ports, cargoes intonded for places woit
of tho 105th degrco of cast longltuJo
(which runs through Singapore) would
logically continue to bo sent through
tho Mediterranean and tho Suez canal.
Tho fact is recalled, however, that tho
area cast of tho Singaporo degreo of
longiture is teeming with opportunities
for Panama cargoes.
Mr. Pcnfleld is convinced thnt for
many years to como the Panama canal
cannot bo mado to pay directly. He
calculates that tho minimum annual
cost of maintaining and operating tho
waterway will be $13,000,000, whllo if
tho samo tolls are charged as at Suez,
a business of 7,500,000 tons will not
yield moro than $12,730,000. Harper's
Btm tii si II ftm) Yoa Hats Atari Bragfe
An Investment last winter end spring
of $78 in advertising space in two agri
cultural publications put $3,400 in a
farm boy's pocket He advertised seed
com. It was tbe first publicity pur
chasing he ever did, and naturally W
went about It in that diffident, incred
ulous maimer which la. of considerable
assistance to tbe "new man" In killing
trade. Still be made money and, what
la more Important when philosophical
ly considered, learned to appreciate the
value of printers lnlc-Asriculturai Ad
vertising. If there are r do.btta. Th""";
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"Bold la Salem by S. O. Stone.
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Tho following transfers of real prop
erty wcro recorded In Marlon county
tho past week:
John Cochcll to Annio Ncal, 20 ncrcs
In township 0 south, range 2 west,
warranty deed; $200.00.
J. M. nnd D. Payno to L. F. Hamil
ton, lots 3 and 10, block 0, River
view Park addition, 8alom, warranty
H. P. Lossncr to C. Lossncr, lots 70,
71, 72, 73, 8. S. P. F, No. 3, warranty
deed j $1000.
I. h. Tout to C. M. Tout, lot 1, block
2, Woodburn Packing Company's ad
dition, Woodburn, warranty dcod; $1.
Edmund Hunt to Mnry Hunt, 00
acres township 0 south, rango 2 east,
wnrranty deed; $1,
u. N. Hoover ct nl to II. G. Hayes,
land In township 10 south, rango (1
east, warranty deed; $10.
M. 8. Skiff ct ux to A. n. Runner,
20.01 acres In township 7 south, rango
2 west, flve-scvonths interest, warraa
ty deed; $314.25.
Asahcl Bush to B. M. Mathows, lot
0, block 0, Englewood addition, Sa
lem warranty deed; $00.80.
L. O. Hunter to Mary E. Nye, lot
7, block 1, Myers' addition, galom,
warranty deed; $200.
D. A. nnd E. I. Whlto to Hnrlan
O. White, land la block 68, Salem, war
ranty deed; $500. .
John II. Bornaby to Kate A. Pres
ton, north half of lots C and 0, block
0, Stayton, quit claim deed $1.
L. C. nnd E. 0. Consor to W. A.
KotthofT, lot 8, block 13, It. R. addi
tion, Jefferson, wnrranty deed; $100.
C J. Thomas to M. B. Mitchell, land
in township 8 south, rango 1 west, wnr
ranty deed; $1500.. t
O. & K. Muht to Mlko Sclfcr, 15
ncres, township 6 south, rango 2 west,
warranty deed; $000.
Joseph Nnthman ct al to Basil Do
Jardln, lots 1 and 2, block 12. Qcr-
vals, warranty deed; $320.
Ocorgo Swegle to A. II. Runner.
land in township 7 south, rango 2 west,
wnrranty doed $125.70.
N. 8. Ii. and J. M. Morloy to Eliza
Brown, ono-slxth interest In lots 1, 2,
7 and 8, block 2, Woodburn; warranty
J. II. and M. O. Sottlcmler to C. O.
Cammnck, lot 2, block 11, Addition
"O," Woodburn, wnrranty doodj $100.
J. M. and Ii. Hatchellcr to L. .
Bowman UO.Oi ncrcs, township 0
south, rango 2 west, warranty dcod;
A. and 55. M. FnrvJu to B. E. Ed
wards, land in Roberts' addition, Si
Icm, warranty deed; $1000.
H. and R. Wlgo to E.T. & M. O.
Barkus, lot 2, Capital City fruit farms,
warranty deed; $2100.
M. E. and O. W. Murphy to A. C.
Thomas, lots 4 and 5, blook t, Hollis-
tor's addition, Stayton, warranty dcod;
B. E. Edwards to W. II. and N. L.
Cook, land in Roberts' addition, Sa
lem, warranty -deed; $2000.
O. A. West to J. O. Whltmore, lots
1 and 2, block 12, Yow Park annex,
Salem, warranty doed; $1.
N. Doano to M. Poane, land in Fair
mont Park nddition, Salem, quit claim
C. M. Tout to L. O. Ralston, loC 1,
block 2, Woodburn Packing company's
addition, Woodburn, warranty deed)
II, Ii. Martin to W. D. McNary, lot
21 A. F. Waller addition, 8alera, war
ranty deod; $300.
T. J. Smith to D. I. Caldwell, lots
3 and 0, blook 7, Whitney's addition,
Htavton, warranty deed; $200.
J. Ii. and J. Stalker to A. O. Meyer,
land in township 7 south, rango 1 west,
warranty deedj $8050.
J. W. and A. Bellow to F. P. Far
rlngton, 10 acres township 7 south,
rango 3 west, warranty deed; $1050.
City View Cemetery Association to
M E. Finley, lot 2, block 7, section
B," deed; $80.
V. and E. Hurst to R. II. Bone, 18
acres, township 7 south, range 3 west,
quit claim deed; $50.
City View Cometery Assoeiatlon to
Joel Hewitt, lot 2, bloek 3, section
B," warranty deed; $50.
M. A. and A. Preseott
to Ii P.
M. A. owl A.
WWte, Isnd in
to I. M.
M. A. and A. Preseott to Cora L.
Preseott, land in Salem, warranty
J C. and L. Sutton to John A. Darr,
lot 1, bloek 31, Oxford addition, Sa
lem, warranty deed; $800.
Fred Loose to K. Korb, lot 5 and
south half lot -4, block 2, Frlekey'a
addition, Sal era t warranty deed $700.
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When o'er tho misty summits,
Of tho mountains faint and high,
Tho morning sun its lances flings,
Across the kindling sky.
The nlr is sweet, tho waking earth
With tang of midnight drips,
Anil ovcry breath liko nectar comes,
To cool tho parching lips.
'Tls then our feet from habit point,
Around tho corner whero
Tho barkecp, in his apron whlto
Our morning hopo and prayer
Tho sweetest and tho dearest thing
Teat over camo to pass
As ho places on tho counter
Both tbe bottlo and the glass.
Thcro's music when the thunderous
Of Wngncr fills tho house,
Thcro's rovelry nnd dreaming
In tho mngio notes of Strauss,
Tho laugh of childhood has a note
Of gladness and of glee,
Tho chattering of girlhood
Wakes a tender, memory,
Tho song of meadow lark and thrush,
Tho cooing of tho dove,
Thnt tells its setting partner
Of its faithfulness and love,
But there's nothing In tho univorso
That in swootness can surpass
That music whon tho barkecp x
Shoves tho bottlo and tho 'glass.
Thcro's a ewoot, insistent tlnklo
In tho patter of bo rain,
Thcro's a murmur, woko from sllcnco
When tho zephyrs kiss tho grain,
There's a deeper noto'of gladness
In the elghlng of tho tree
And a song from Sundown islnnds
In tho wash of summer soae.
For tho winter wind comes whistling
To bring tho silent snow
And cadences aro blended
When tho singing south winds blow.
Rut rain, and wind, and summer sea,
And whispering grain and grass,
All join in ono grand symphony
When tho bottlo taps tho glass.
J. II. O.
Ono of tbe receivers of tho Natlontl
Bolt company testiflod in court that a
certain trademark was considered "a
valuable asset" ns it was tbo brand of
salt that brought tbe hlgbost price nnd
bad a good inarkot
Asked how this salt was different
from other salts sold by tbe company,
tho receiver, hesitating, admitted that
there was no difference; that they all
came-out of tho samo kettle. When
tbe court then inquired what caused
tho high price and good market for
this particular product tho witness re
plied: Slmplr the extenlT and trae-
lira adTertlalns the brand ot."
One thought suggested by this curl
ous confession la tho testimony It
bears as to tbe efficacy of advertising
to create "a valuable asset," even
where, as In this let ns hope excep
tional instance, tno advertiser was
not quite candid about the quality of
tlie gooUu. New York Herald,
Yon inerea the Tain of roar Arm
Mew and Tiualnca ercrr tlmo tba
appta In thin lapr.
Standard Liquor Co.
J. P. ROGERS
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
1 48-1 56 South Commercial St
Evey Good Business Must Have Its Excuse
BVEBT OOOD BUSINESS MUST HAVE ITS IU3AB0N TOE EXISTIKO. WIIEN WB STARTED IN BUOl.
NE8S WE HAD XIAKDLY ANYTOINO BUT AN EXCUSE, BUT WB HAD THAT EXCUSE, AND WB
HUNO ONTO THAT EXCUSE THROUOH TIHOK AND THIN. WB HAVE IT YET, AND HERB IT XSJ
WB BELIEVE THAT WB OAN SERVE THE PEOPLE OP SALEM AND VICINITY WITH OOOD, PURE
LIQUORS BETTER THAN THEY OAN BE SERVED BY ANYBODY ELBE. NOT JUST AS OOOD, MIND YOU"
BUT BETTER. IP WB DIDN'T BELIEVE TIIAT WB WOULDN'T BB IN BUSHTEBS.
STANDARD LIQUOR Co., A. G.
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,of tho great locomotive works at Bchnoctndy, N. Y. Through her "hus
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I SALEM SAW MILLS
Manufacturers of Orecon Pine Lumber,
Shingles. Extra AAA 1.85 per M
Bawduat, large load
Sawdust, small load ,
! The Chas. K. Spaulding Logging Co.
i SUCCESSORS TO CAPITAL LUMBEUINQ COMVAHY.
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Ptoms Mam 2181.
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