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DAILY CAPITAL JOUENAL, SALEM, OREGON, THUESDAY, OOTOBEB 12, 1005.
Tho Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has heca
in uso for over 30 years, has homo tho sjffimtnro of
- i ftnd has hccuniado under his pcr-
J sj&tf,?JL,A, sounl supervision slnco its Infancy.
4uzf7K &CCSU4Z Allow no ono to deccivo you In this.
AH Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-ns-good" are hut
Experiments thnt trlilo with nnd endanger tho hco...i of
Infants and Children Expcrlcnco against Expcri ..nt
What is CASTORIA
Castoria Is a harmless suhstituto for Castor Oil, Pnro
gorlc, Drops end Soothing' Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphino nor other Nnrcotio
substance. Its ngo is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Fovorlshncss. It cures Diarrhoea nud Wind
Colic. It rcliovcs Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep
Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Boars tho Signaturo of
OXj absipibp 1
FOR SALc. , BAKERIES.
Officer's Bullet Makes Earl
A. Sargent a Little Child
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Tim enrouifl ohuy, v? muhhat strcct. mwvawncmr.
For Salo. Soven-room residence, barn,
largo ball block, oloctrio lights, batn,
hot and cold city wator. E. Hofer,
For Salo. -Stnall dry nr wood, at $3.25
per cord. Phono Block 2001. T. L.
Davidson, Jr., Mornlngsido. 1-20-tf
Survived 2200' Voltu.
Prof. L. B. Judaon, of tho stato uni
versity, oxporloncod a. narrow1 oscapo
from death tho other ovoning at his
homo by oloctrlclty. Tho profossor
was In tho bath room, and In turning
tho light socket -with ono hand and tho
button with tho othor, ho recolved an
electric shock that rendorod him un
conscious. When ho rogalncd con
sciousness ho was lying on tho floor
with tho globo brackot cord in lila
hand, which ho had torn from tho wall.
Upon an Investigation of tho affair
yostorday, It was ascertained that a
wlro had been grounded In tho block
and that two wires woro crossod near
tho transformer, ond that 2200 volts
of oloctrlclty recolvod by tho professor
had pnssod through tho transformer
and into tho wlro conncctod with tho
Tho professor is suffering from a
sovcro burn on tho arm, and also in
othor places, but his condition is not
sorlous. Moscow Mirror,
Earl A. Sargent, tho Oregon univer
slty man, and thief, must begin life
anew as a littlo child. Ho cannot ex
press tho simplest Bontonco, though ho
can think. Ho has beou shot away
from all his past so fnr as expression
is conccrnod. Now tho doctors aro try
ing to mako a new man of him try
ing to give back tho power to say
through his lips tho high things or low
things his other self may fcol.
Tho doctors will try to mako him
romcmberho phrases of an educated
philosopher and forgot tho phrases of
an educated rascal. Ho is tho man
who was. His post is a nightmare; his
present is a blank; his futuro is a
Earl A. Sargent, cducatod at tho Unt
vorsity of Oregon, ambitious, young,
prosscdi by necessity, stolo a bicyclo
from a student of Stanford University
a fow days ago. Policoman McCreadio
shot him through tho head. Ho fought
on, for all that, but was subdued and
taken to tho hospital.
McCreadio 'a bullet has cut a furrow
that keeps Sargent's thought on ono
sido of a field and his words on tho
othvr side. Tho two havo no mingling.
That ho can think is certain from
tho fact that ho Is over alert to oscapo.
That ho cannot talk is evidenced by
tho mumbling guttcrals that strain his
tonguo when ho attempts to glvo ut
toranco to his wants.
Physicians 'say ho Is practically n
child again. Ho will havo to learn
again ovorything ho onco knew. Ho Is
In n preenrious condition still, as part
of his brain has boon shot away. If
ho rocovors nn attompt will bo mado
to drlvo out tho sido of his naturo
which led him into crime.
For Balo. An undent Weber piano, In
excellent condition. Original oost
$050. Will soil for $200 Inqulro of
Henry W. Moyers, caro of Meyers
& Sons. 8-4-tf
For Sale. nouso, barn and aero of
laud, close to city and school house.
Very cholco fruit trees. Ono 'of tho
best bargains on our list. Call at A.
E. Bell land ogoney, 841 Stato
For Salo. IV, lots and house, with
modern improvements. For furthor
particulars inqulro at 749 North
Commercial streot. 0-10-tf
Capital Bakory Ullom Ss Buthorford,
proprietors, 430 Court stroet Fresh
broad, pies and cakos dolly. Maeca
xoons, lady fingers, angol and dovll's
food cako, candles, nuts, etc Deliv
eries made to any part of tho city.
Phono White 321. B-l-tf
Shirt Waists and Bummer Downs
Made in tho beet stylo and workman
ship. Torma roasonablo. Address
or call on Mrs. H. Mllnor, 20th and
Conter streets, 5-20-tf
CUT IT OUT
says the doctor to many of his lady patients, because he
doesn't know of any medicinal treatment that will positively
euro womb or ovarian troubles, except the surgeon's knife.
That such a medicine exists, however, has been proved
by the wonderful cures performed on diseased women,
in thousands of cases, by
IT CURES WOMB DISEASE.
It has saved the lives of thousands of weak, sick
women, and has rescued thousands of others from a
melancholy lifetime of chronic invalidism. It will cure
you, if you will only give it a chance. Try it.
Sold at every drug store In $i.co bottles.
WRITE US A LETTER
Pat Mld all timidity and writ, ui
freely and frankly, In trlctot confi
dence, telling us all your lymptomi
and troubles. We will (end freo drlco
(la plain, sealed enrelope), bow to
care them. Address I Ladlei'AdvUory
DepL, The Ghatt&aoog Medlclae Co.,
GAVE UP SUPPORTER.
"I wore a ropporter for fonr yen, to kp
op mr womb, which hid erowdol titrjlhinj
down Uforelt." write Mr.8. J. Clirluuan.
of JInoTUl, N. V. -it J dorter u14 me n
roxUctiM would kelp me. I marred nntold
rontry,nd coula taritlj walk. AfteruUng
!wo tiotUA of onlal 1-T0 up my tupporttr.
,'ow 1 uUUm hit flfllibotile, & no tad
eltniri u formerly, od can, be onmr fJ
Alt drt time. I ttronnlr reooumwud
Card ui to erery tuHerlns woman."
For Salo. A good stoam wood saw; al
so good bargains in now and second
hand vchlclos. Inqulro at 2170
North Front stroot. 0-21-lm
ror Sale At a bargain, a lot of Wole
bach self-lighting gas fixtures, good
as now for half price. Call at Jour-'
, nal offlco. 0-27-tfo
For Sale. A John Dooro doublo dlsa
plow. Inqulro of F. E. Shafcr, tho
harness dealer, 120 Commercial
street, or Shafor Bros., Turner, Or.
Salem Iron Works Founders, machln-
, ists and blacksmiths. Manufacturer
' of all kinds of sawmill machlnory.
Hop and fruit drying stoves, otc.
Manufacturers of tho Salem Iron
"Works Hop Prosti. 11-SO-lm
Music Studio. Frank E. Churchill,
Musical Studio. Assoclato teacher
Western Conservatory, Chicago, HL,
roproaonttng. Intor-Stato Systom at
Salem, Oregon. In tho Qray block,
room 3. Studio hours 0 to 12 and 2
to C. 8-10-tf
PHYSICIAN AND 8URQEON
Dr. E. O. Dalton Physician and Sur
geon, Booms 1213 Bush Bank
building. Phono Main 52. Best
donco Wlllamotto llotol. Phons
Bavoy & Bavago. Beal Estato, Loons
and Insuranco, Convoynneing and
Exalnlng Titles. Notary work done.
Bring us list of your property for
salo, 402 Stato stroot, near nigh.
CmT.THinTT GET FOB
Oregon Exhibit Preserved.
Crngon's exhibits at tho IiowJs and
Clark Exposition aro to bo presorvod.
An arrangomont has boon completed
whoroby they will bo shippod to Salem
immediately at tho closo of tho fair
nud distributed among tho various pub
lio building. Hero tlioy will remain
for tho bono.lt of visitors, and will b
In roariincai for uso nt fairs and expo
sitions of tho futuro in which Oregon
may caro to participate.
This arrangement was nnnounced
yostorday foronoon by Prosident Jef
forson Myers, of t'uu state commission.
Ho also said that all fixtures and fiirni
turo purchase-! out of tho state's ex
position appropriation will bo shipped
to Salem. Thoro it will bo uttlitoJ by
tho various stato offices, f tor a confer
ence with Governor Chamberlain and
Seorotary of Stato Dunbar, President
Myora said this courso was decided up
on in order to avoid sacrificing tha
proportji at public auction. Tho fur
nlturo and fixtures aro In perfect re
pair and can bo readily utilized hero.
Only exhibits that aro not porlshablo
will bo retained, such as mineral, for
estry, preserved fruits and vegetables,
fish and gamo, educational, grains and
grasses. Tho manner of distribution is
not yot determined upon, although it
is understood that on exhibit will be
located in the penitentiary and another
in tho asylum.
293 awes in Waldo Hills. Well fenced, new eight oom
notise, big bafn, several oat buildings, fine ocnad, about
twenty acrss in gwib oafc timber, balance all cleared. Two
fine springs near bouse, 11-4 miles from Stayton, 2 1-4
miles from Sublimity. Good German community. Price
$40 an acre. Time given if purchaser desires.
FOE SALE Lot, now houso, C rooms,
pantry, 2 closots, bathroom, wood
shed, $700; $300 cash and bnlanco
on time. P. O. box 421. 10-ll-3t
For Eont. A now flvo-rooui cottago,
with bath room, full basomont, good
location and walks. Inqulro at 2170
North Front stroot. 0-21-lra
Cottago for Eont Near business part
of city, call on Mol. Hamilton, or
phono Main 117. 10-0-tf
Wanted. 1000 head of shoop, small
hunches prof erred; state numbor,
condition and prlcb. A. I. Eoff, cor-
nor 18th and Forry atroots, Salem.
Wanted. By Chicago manufacturing
houso, person of trustworthiness and
somowhat familiar with local terri
tory, as assistant In branch offlco.
Salary $18, paid wookly. Porraanont
position. , No lnvcstraont rcqulrod.
Provlous oxporlonco not ossontlnl to
engaging. Addross Manngor Branch
es, Como Block, Chicago. 10-3-14t
Hotel Scott Nowly furnished, evory;
thlnx clean and first class. Rooms
at roasonablo prices. In Cottle
block, Salem. A. Scott, prop. 7-fr-tf.
Hollo. Hero I am again with a full
lino of crockery to bo sold at three
gallons for 25 cents. Also tonts,
camp stove and all kind of new
and second-hand household goods.
Glvo mo a call, corner of Stato and
Liberty stroot, Salem. Conrad Dill
man. 8-8-1 m.
The TUlBon Oo. Dealers in chopped
feed, seed bran, hay, flour dried
fruit, eto. nigh streot, adjoining
opera houso. 0-1-yr.
Dr. W. Jm. Morccr. Qraduoto of Kirk
vlllo, Mo., under founder of. Osteop
ophy. Offlco Broyman building,
Commorolal streot. Booms 25 and 23
Phono Main 010. Boetdenco, 419
North Summer stroot. Phono Mala
014. Treats acuto and chronlo dla
oasos. Examination;! freo.
Dr. S. U. White Qraduato of Kirk-
villo, Mo., undor tho foundor of os
teopathy. Offlco Broyman bulldlag,
Commercial stroot. Boom 21, paoae
87. Night calls, Main 1105. Treat
acuto and chronlo dlsoasos. Exami
nation freo. 0-25-tf
Say Havo you tried H. H. Pauls for
meatsf He has tho best sausago in
town. Como and try It, and bo con
vinced. 410 East Stato stret.
Theo. M. Barr Successor to Barr Jb
Petrel, tinner and plumbor. Hot air
wator and steam heating a specialty,
Salem, Oregon. 3-2-
Bomardl & Dunsford, Plumbers, stoam
hud gas fitters. All kinds of plumb
ing supplies. No. 60 Btato street.
Phono 118 Main. 10-2 tf
Wanted. Good shipping applos, pears
and all farm and dairy produce want
ed. Capital Commission Co. Phono
Main 2231, opposite Willamette
Hotol, Balem, Oregoc
Salem Stoam Dyointr and Cleaning
Works When your boat girl says sbo
will bo a sister to you, give bor your
clothos to press. Then you will bring
them to your etopmothcr, and get
them flxod right, np matter what
thoy neod. Suits pressed by the
month. Gloves, neckties, silk gloves
or nny fobrlc, no mattor how dell
coto, mado to look Hko new. Mrs. C.
IT. Walker, prop., JOB Commercial St.
WANTED FEMALE TTETiP.
WANTED. Housokeoper for country.
References oxebangod. Address
'Z," caro of Journal. 8-0-Jt-tf
Wanted. Girl to do general housework
in small family. Call on Mrs. J. Q.
Wilson, or phono Main 70S. 10-S-tf
Wnntod A good lady cook
Apply Cottago Hotel.
WANTED MALE HELP.
Wanted, Man for stook ranch, in
Klamath county. Btoatly job by tho
year. Connor, Wlllamotto Hotel.
J. P. ROGERS
To Trade, For a dairy cow, one rod
pollod bull, 2 yoars old. W. O. Dun
can, Turner, Orogon. 0-2Mf
W. D. Pugh Architect and superin
tendent, plans furnished for all class
es of building and structural work
Office lio Stato streot, Tioga block,
White it Cummins Do a general dray
and transfer business, meet all
trains. 'Phono, down town, Main
175. Stand 150 Commercial street.
HOP BDYEES' DHiEaTOBY.
Wm, Brown & Co. Hops, .Mohair,
Wool, Hop Growors' Supplies. No.
120 Commorolal stroet, Salem, Or.
Phono Main 115. .10-5-3n
Squlro Fftrrar. Hop merchant and
purchasing agent. No, 158 Commer
cial street, upstairs, Salem, Oregon.
Phono Main 140. 10-5-3m
We have, the only facilities for prop
erly launderine your camp bedding,
quilts, blankets, etc., at Tock bottom
prices. Send us your woolens h wiu
pay you. Balem Steam Laundry. Phono
Salem Steam Laundry
COLONEL J. OLMSTED, Prop.
DOBOTJB D. OLMSTED, Manager.
230 Liberty Street. Pnone 411
Leave orders in Dallas with J. J.
Fldler, or at the Boy Confectionery
Dr. O. X Korinek Veterinary Surgeon
and Dentist. City and eountry colls
promptly answerod. Office at Low's
Capital Stables. Phone 100 Main,
Salem, Oregon, 10-5-tf
SASH AND DOOB FAOTOEECS.
Fraik M. Brown Manufacturer of
sash, doors, mouldings. All kinds of
houso finish and hardwood work.
Front stroet botwoon Stato and Court
A. M. Hanson Manufacturer of all
kinds sash, dorrs, mouldings, wood
work, bouse finish and offlco fixtures.
Estimates furnlshod. Cor. Mill and
Church street. Phone Bod 211.
Salem Camp, No. 118, Woodmen of
World Moots In Uolman Knll overy
Friday at 7:30 p. m. Paul O. Hansoa,
consult k- Frailer, clerk.
Foresters of America Court Sherwood
Foresters No. 10. Moots Friday la
Tumor block. Ira Jorgonsen, O. B.J
A. L. Brown, See.
Central Lodge No. 18, K, of P. Castle
Hall in Uolmau block, corner State
and Llborty streets. Tuosday of oaea
wook at 7t80 p. m, T, J. Cronlso O.
O.J W. I. Staloy, K. of B. and S.
Modorn Woodmon of America. Ore
gon Coder Camp, No. 6248. Moots
evory Thursday evonlng at 8 o'clock,
Holman Halt. E. E. Matton, V. O.)
A. L. Brown, Clork.
SALEM WATEK COMPANY
OFFICE OTTY HALL.
For wator service apply at office.
Bills payablo monthly In advance.
Mako all complaints at the office.
JO. C. T. Co's
Stoamors Pomona and Oregona
leave for Portland dally oxeept
Sunday at 7 a, m,; for Indo
poadonco dally) except Bunday
about Op, nt
M. P. BALDWIN, Agent
Dock Foot of Trsdo Streot
U. J. LEHMAN
Bash and doors. All kinds of bouse
finishing. 'Phono 131 black. Also two
floors of warehouse for vent; elevator
and switching facilities.
Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets
A Buy Mtdlda lor bmj xtoti.
Eriirt Oolien Eallh sod Btaivtd Vigor.
A ipeclflo for Constlpatioo, Indignation. LIT.
Edison Phonograph Agency.
Gasoline Lamps, Mantels, Gasoline.
Typewriters, New, Second-nand. Bent,
214 Com'l Bt. Phone Main 401.
We are exclusive dealers In Wall
Paper, and carry tho finest and most
complete lino in the city. We can
please you with goods and prices.
Come and see us.
E. L. Lemmon
299 Liberty St
let form, (toll a box. denulne mads by
UoLUrru Iaoo Comiuxt. Mdloti, WU,
MUEN KU6CET8 FOR SALLOW PEOPJB
Brick furnUbed in large or small
quantities. Pressed brick mado to or
de'r. Yard on State street, south of
SALEM SBIOK YARD.
A. JL. DUiTON, Prep.
SMITH & BBFFBET, Props.
This popular restaurant has been
reopened by Smith & Seffert,wh)
will conduct a first-class, up-to-date
Begular 25o dinner from 13 to
Merchants' 20e lunch from 11
gHOET OBDXDUs SEEVED FROM
0 A. M, TO 9 P. M.
mm m mnum' attwn