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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, PALBM, OREGON, TUESDAY, MARCH 6, 1000.
New Spring Millinery Season,
fine Hats, Trimmed or Unlnmmcd
Straw Briad. Buckles
The Largest and Best
Fine Goods, Trimmed
Old Nos. 298 and 300 Commercial St
The dlseueelon as to whether or not
it m ndvlsenble for farmers to attempt
to breed trotter Is n most nbmircl ono
vBleiw tho participant take Into con
.'fmtlon many things which tho av
wage writer on the subject dees not
X myn the Hors World. Tho first
tb'ivg to bo considered by tho farmer
who decide to breed horses of any
rMeoiuors Pomona and Alton leave
for Portland Mommy, Wednesday nnd
Friday, t 10 a, m. Tuesday, Thura
4sy and Sotdrdny itt a. m. Leave
for forveilts Tuesday, Thursday and
SeroAtay about i0 p. m. For Albany
4Uy exoept Sonduy about tit SO p. m.
M. P. Baldwin, Agt
Wasn't In the
When your oak feW flat, It was the
Wkiog powder or tin oven most
Wwe the taking powder. If yen w
lt ,itt ue sure l results. 100 puros '
Ufa. g powder sold ia Sales. Save
m lf -scaling glees Jars for your
r preserving. ,
Will always be right if
you get them at the
GEORGE BROS. Proprs.
Phono Main. 2121. Bute Street.
Ws havo oomo farms to rent, eblekea
to sell a Installment plan. Also
and k-ts. If you bare property
U er rest call and sao na. If voa
to buy nay Mod of property ox
a loan on real estate or notary
of amy kind. If you want help
' work of any kind eall and reg-
l your wants la our employment
m live 52 acres) of fine land oouth-
V of depot to rest or cell ia tracts
11 10 ztxtt, with, payment of 15 or
' aad 5 per moath uata paid
per ecat iatareet asad-aaausllr.
8- R- RYAN & Co.
Assorted Stock in Salem
in the Latest styles
kind Id to find) out which breed of
hore his taste leads him to like best.
The farmer who pares no more for a
fast stepping, graceful moving harness
horse than ho doe fee a big, weight
pulling draft horse had better confine
his Inreeding operations to the draft
horse aloe. It Is safe to say that
while, as a rale, tho farmer oaa breed
a few horses with profit to himself, he
will not succeed with a breed of horses
of whiek he has little or no knowl
edge m to the quail Heat lens whlh
make Incut salable, A well bred young
traitor la order to soil to tho host adr
vantage must be developed enough to
show that it m good galted and la tho
nfnsnsmnsnJn' tikj uMfenenn. anMa snannt
IlePP'Ws'i Wfc ewrvfTi PJtT?W ejTrP
farmers have the natural gift f Worse
manoklp to enable them to do this,
white others have not the least con
ception of what gait and speed moan.
Tho farmers of the class first spoken
of will succeed in Weeding trotting
bred horses, while those of the other
Inm will almost certainly fall, Parm
er certainly should Weed horses of
some Mm), bat in Minting tho breed
to work with cook man should take
stoek of his likes and dislikes ami eon
tine himself to the production of the
breed he has a preat liking for and
somo ketewledge of. There are breeds
enough to suit men of all opinion, and
if one confines Ms alterations to the
breed which ho likes and understands,
breeding horses will be found as prof
itable a any other brans a of farming,
for thore U no gainsaying the fact
that she farmer who raise Ms own
h and gra4w oan raise horses oboapor
titan tho breeder who hen to purchase
kH Me feed. Wltk the trottJng bred
horoe, tho saddle horse, the teacher
and tho draft hers to oboece from
every farmer ought to find a breed
which he oan mako a profitable ad
junct to Ms farming operations.
Twentv Yaar Trial.
$ lu g tkUgf tM, .
), nothing about We fro-
qnoatly onto people of disease sfUr
tho dootors have givoa thorn wp. If
tho dUoaio lonisn from OYerw'ork, di
slpatioa or exposure, eausing a weak
and waVery Mood and leas of Meek aad
streagta, wo have the oao sure remedy
in Dr. Ouur's Blcod and Nerve Toale.
These toMets UVea with moala tttra
the food into riea red Mood, making
etreag, etoady nen-os and inoroaslag
the stroagta, produoiag solid Keek at
tie rate of 1 to X lbs per woek. This
means health. Drugffcts soil Dr.
Ouaa's Blood aad Nerve Tenia for
Te per bx or X boxes for $C Far
nervous prosiratioa, loss of memory, or
a pale, sallow eemplaxiee, a better
Tomody was novor ntade. DoeUrs
know notUng about hls remedy only
the foot that we wake euros, whlok
we have bee doing for M years.
risrg for EepresenUUve.
Hon. B. H. Plagg, formerly of this
eouaty, la a oandidato for the ItepubM
oaa BomlaatlOB for representative from
Gorumbia eouaty. Mr. Flagg represeat
od Marios county ia tho legislature of
1808-99 at made a goJ record. He
kept Ms pledges to tho people and was
one of the leader ia the fight against
the oohool book trust. He was one of
the loaders ia the houee, being chair
man of the aamiwUteo on enrolled Mils
and a member of tho waya and means
crtxi sue to v v
InvaJuible for Bheum&tlsm.
I have beea sufferiag for the past
few years witk a eevero attack of
rfcoHsmtiem aad foaad that Ballard's
Saow IiaiaieBt w&a tie only thing
that gave me satisfaction aad teaded
to alleviate ay paiaa. Mareb 84, 'OS.
Jeha a Degaaa, KiauiB, Dla.
S6c 50e, oad ll.Ofl. For sale by D.
Silverton Appeal Makes Poli
tical Measure Between
Vnder the bead of "Think He's
Solid," the Silverton Appeal, whieh
generally gete off right foot foremost,
"Prof. W. r, Hawley of Salem, was
In the elty Saturday looking over tho
ground in the Inters of his earn
palgn. Mr, Hawiey asfdres to a seat
at Washington as a representative from
tbe Fir eongrssoional iHetriot, and
from a short but ideasant eonversatlon
with him we jwdgo he is of the onto
ion that nothing short of an epldemU
of mi.afen death ran shot out hie posot
bilitirs of nomination on tho MKh of
April next. It is good to be comfort
ably sore about things pertaining to
the politleal situation, but ws have
many times ebeerrod that straight roads
to the White House have an amusing
way of wandering off into the under
brtmk, and that pubile sentiment oan
blow more different ways at the same
time than the Hemes of a campaign
toreh in a fall wind. Many a ireod
ballot box has thrown down more sure
moM than ever won eieetioa bets, and
unless ytp srs wonderfully deeeived in
men, Mr. Hawley Is not going to bo
nn exception to the general run of pel
Itleiaa. Prior to the announsemsat of his
eandidaey a few weeks ago but little
was known of Mr. Hawley in tho Re
puMleau eirelo, ano) it m write a oer
tanlty that nine tths of the Republi
can voters of the dietriet were Ignor
ant of hie politleal views' prior to this
aMMUftttement. He has neeempltehod
praetioally nothing for hie party or for
his friends, more than an oooaslonal
vote, and so far no we are able to un
derstand Ma position he was neutral ia
Many of the voter of the district
hold this opinion and are going to sup
port the candidate who has always been
sh ardent advocate of UepuldleaH prin
clde, and nn effective worker for Re
imldlean candidates, Hon. Walter I,
The thing beet loved' In a poHtlaal
campaign la that which makes a Imr
dock the most bated weed en earth
stick through thick and this, no
matter whether your eampsljjn fund is
fifty dollatw or &tUy cent. This la the
record that Mr. Tooao has shown n the
paM, and his frieadu believe that It Is
the record he will show la congress. Ho
staadu for tho interests of the oommoa
people, ama it la this class who baa a
voice ia tho nominal! of a candi
date this eprina and this okas who
Lwiil elect him to ege. If tho mat-
tor wore left to the politician, whore
Mr. Hawiey finds nil km encouragement,
Tooao would never be elected. Oo
where you will ia the dietriet and you
will Had tho old standby MoUUolana ar-
rayed amuaot Tooao. Thai tuer are
opposing Mm is evident that ho will
not stand ia with too ring, but this u
an Indication of a Strang eandidnto.
We offer One Hundred DoNara Re
ward for any ease of Oatarrh thai can
not be cored by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
P. J. CHHtfKY & CO, ToJona. O.
We, the uaderdracd, have known P.
J. Cheney for the last II years, and
believe Msa porfeetly beaoraUe la all
buolneM traesa scions and flatiaoially
able to carry out ny oMigatlons wade
by Ms firm.
Waldaag, Kimma & Marvin,
WkoJfbule Draggisis, Toledo, U
Hall 'a Catarrh Oure Is takes inter
sally, acting direetiy pen the blood
and nocuous surfaces of the syetsm.
Testimonials seat ttM. Prise 78 coats
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Paadly Pills for coa
Guess Ho Has the Bocord.
Paragrapbo have beea appearing in
the state papers relative to the oldest
eaicers who administered the civil
laws ia Oregea ia territorial days.
Cottage Grove la sMe to do somothiag
along tat lino. L. L. Wbitsomb, whose
posUffieo adekess is Cottage drove, is
mentioned as the eldest asueisor now
living la the state. He was elected as
sessor of WasMagtea eeaaio at the
June eieetioa ia 181 aad assessed the
eouaty that year. That was before
Multnomah county was formed. Hill
boro was tie eouaty seat whore all
eouaty business originating ia Port
land was transacted. Ia ISM Mr.
Whitooab was elected county camrnk
sieaer for Wosbiagioa. After serving
hie term he moved to Yamhill ooaaty
whore ia 1S44 and again la 1M8 he
was elected sheriff, serving two full
iH Acciteiis i
1 SSX id...
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n ernmesU AhU hrn ,hrT ,U' o7
EnnoQSnu KlM "" mpnl n W
tWUKnnUJw nt'.l tt si once Al H
9 MwtNJj n1iifinn baud a B
KING CACTUS OILl
II' - ire:U nirtirlrrl. oohtnc snd
i"-i nirinM iprsdily ntrfsll hurl ff
' mm w Knnt nsd shrsy B
A Scar 1
I) 'itT cut. prli. brl. font
,:im- lamrnn. M raoml 1iih
'iv" rhpi'l hnlxj. troal l-ltso. rlv
Hnii I thr -.tndrd rtatrdj- tor butlicJ
Ut cut i-n mIksIk. nsraNi s-i
Hiin- ,:! M-rnti-at. te aeri.
.jiir.liMi.irr itrb. nmaee. etc.
It Wl a wtmoS rtom the betlom up ,
next 14 Ucmrtisbljr eallMrpUc. KINO
CACTltt OIL. In mM ay aruii4 In
iv snr n1 l totttec m ana f ortor
a'r.1 1 n tt srai sirpslrt o the maon
tiKiurrr. Ot.NMY A st(l)AII), Cllnlen,
lwi, t mt vMniselie st your drus
Acoopt ne Bubntltuto.
t"i r wLr f
O. W. rUTNAM CO.,
135 North Commercial
tornm. It la believed, until further re
turns are received, that he la the eld
eat ex-sheriff. At the present Mr. Whit,
comb la reaching out toward the four
score years mark, but he Is a bale man
and ns mentally strong as at the age
of AC. He takos n drop Interest In
Mute polities, and his Judgment Is un
erring. Ho kmewa a strong candidate,
for he yet baa skill in feeling tho pub
lic poise, Mr. WMteomb wan a mem
ber of the convention in tho little eenee
house nt Hltlsbero in ISftl that nomin
ated tho first Itpuldleau ticket voted
in the Oregon country. He has voted
with the some jetrty ever since. In 1WM
tho Oregon country included Oregon,
WasMngton, Idaho and a part of Mon
tana. SUrttiJig Mortality.
UtUetee show startling mortality
from appendicitis and peritonitis. To
prevent and cure 4bese swful diseases,
there Is juH one rcUable reoudy, Dr,
King's New Life Pills. M. PUnaory,
of 14 Custom House Place, Chicago,
saysi "They have no equal for Con
stipation and. Itttiousness.'' S8c at J.
i. Perry's drug store.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children,
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Itfgnaturo of Oijt&ffi&&&eli
V. LeGali's Art Stodles
Orders takon fur portraits la oil,
wator colore, pavud and orayon.
Prieoa rago from H asd up. L O. O
P Temple, rowm 8. 2-36-tf
I carry a large stock of talking
maokinoa BJisoD, Vlotor and Co
lumbia. Itecoroo ia abuadanoe for
all tboso tnaohlBoo.
I also repair all makos of talk
ing xaaobiaos and musical instru
moata. Violin Strings
Boat quality vlolla etringa Import
ed direct I havo a complete stock
of otriBgo for all stringod laatru
moots. Come and select wnat yon
seed from my fresh, atook.
L T. SAVAGE
Successor to A. Vcrclcr.
241 Commereial Street
We Are Out For Business
AND WE OET IT. REABONa ARE PrJUN". WE 1IAVB OUR OWN
QRINDINa TLAKT. WE USE ONLY FIRST-CLASS LENSES. WH
OARRY ONLY FIRST-CLASS MOUNTnTOS AND FRAMES. OUR EX-
PERD3NOE IS OF 88 YEARS TAST
BEST OPTICAL SCHOOLS IN NEW YORK, CHICAGO AND riOLA
DELPHIA; rOST-QRADUATE OF BEST SCHOOLS IN NEW YORK
CITY. OUR METHOD IS NEW, OUR INSTRUMENTS ARE THE LAT
EST AND COSTLIEST, OUR TESTS ARE ACCURATE AND QUICK
LY MADE, AND OUR rRICBS ARE Tim LOWEST. ENDORSED BY
THE MOST PROMINENT PHYSICIANS OF TIETS COUNTRY. OUR
"KEEP STRAIGHT" EYE GLASSES AND NEW MODEL "SURE ONS"
ARE THE BEST MADE, AND WILL NOT COMB OFF IN WARM
WEATHER. BIFOOLB LENSES OF Tim NEATEST AND BBS!
MAKE, NEXT TIME YOUR EYES NEED ATTENTION COMB TO US,
WE ARE BEST rREFARED TO GIVE YOU PROPER ADVICE.
Chas. H. Hinges
New Jewelry and Optical Store
1 23 Commercial St. Next to Capital National Bank.
I Tr .
The old ifctaertte lying elub, estab
lishwl at Aueiln, Nevada, by Prod Hart
In the early sixties ha been dead ami
buried for lei those many years. Yet
there la a little sMe bra nob existing
In Salem that would have been a credit
to tho aM ernnniaoiloa. Recently one
of It almost unknown members told
tho following story, and It gives Indica
tion of what some of tho higher mete
lr or otUeorn could1 do, If nreseed. The
WwttIst'5 cwm J c'W WoB WfcT c WlerH
suddenly oalled upon, saidi
Mr. President and' brothers, 1 nm re
ticent nbowt mnMng any statement bo
fore (Ma honorable nmldy of liars.
I have but recently been admitted to
this society, and, wMle I nm no George
Washington and own no hatchet, I muet
eonfesa It goes ngalnet my early train
ing to tell nnytMng that baa even the
semldanee of untruth, Imt I will relate
a little true story for your edlneaiien.
Mr. President, several years ago
while living In Vermont my younger
ltroUtar, with Ms -ilnonclal Now Mug
land Instincts thoroughly developed,
oonoiuded1 tho groat America h hen had
gotten above her bneinese. He observ
ed nnd commented' on the fact that
when egna were worth M cents a dnaon
nine tenths of the hens of the country
were on a strike, and refused to lay.
Ho am noticed thai whan egfts were
worth only six cents a dosen every hen
In tho eeonrry was snokllng from early
morn to dewy evo, thus advertising the
fact that it was her buoy season. Now.
my brother had the New KmgsnaAI',
eeonowiml Ideaa, and when the spring
season opened an that way, along iu
July, ami the hena were busy, he began
to figure bow ho rould outwit them.
A PERFECT FLOUR
When yuu buy Hour you want th Istnd knot gBOi the boot rsunetn.
Veinn wheat m to soft iu make aMl fiour and) 9l,tirp Qssgoa wnooi
ia too hnnl when need nlone.
Is cart-fully M-mat from bih klmls of whmt and Is la truth "lerfoo
tioo. " Oeuroes sell it fur 1 WI per sack.
Capital City Flow ting Mills
QRYANT & REEDER.
Fot the Old Folks
eft JL f elf MAJfXjLA
Laeo and Oongsss. Tfco kM to as
Tboeo snooa dsxk't pinch la a single spot. They fool like an old friend on
first wear. The solos are so fiaxiMa that they bend at tho slightest preo
suro. No nails; ao anything to bring about discomfort Price only
$150 and $2.00
A small amouat of money far suok a Urge amount of comfort Just
the ehoes for elderly people.
SALEM'S BIG SHOE STORE
OREGON SHOE COMPANY
WE ARti rflRADUATES OF TTD3
He eomtuenfed bv mixing sawdust with
tho wheat bo fed tlieni, nml they lit
theft- jeyoueaeea would take In the mw
issst along with the wheat. Dally he
Inoreased tho amount of sawdust, nnd
iWroased tho Huantlty of wheat, until
finally hie fowls vrore existing on a (Mot
mt sawdust, sooting Mm notMnu; Imt
the trouMe of hauling It from the mill.
This worked all right until he sot one
of hif bona with IU engssnd when
they hatched thorn wore It chickens
with wooden lejnt, nnd1 tho other esc
was n woodpecker.
Mrs. H. W. Itrans, Clearwater, Kan.,
writesi My buslaitt lay alck for imreo
months. Tho doctors said ho bad
qulsk eonsutflptlen. Wo procured a
lxUJo of lUllftrd'e Horehound Hyrup,
attd It curs Mm. That was six yearn
ago, ami slneo thon wo havo always
kept a botUo In tho bouse. Wo oan
not do without It -For coughs nnd
eolds it bos no equal, Me, C0o aad $1.
IVr solo by 1). J, Fry.
Rocky Mountain Ten Nuogots
A Bur MeUsIs Ut Bur rolt.
BHsxi Osiits ItealUt sad Kws4 Viftr.
A so -iA for Umh44imUmi. loJtcelOH, Ui
ellMf ST F 4 iT"WWfCe lfHfveojoi oeVTflVffAa HPttT'
Wuui K4 Hrwaiti. MuksMi Roeta. JT4m1U
sh imkm. tin n-xmy hmiimm ta m iw.
M ttm. M MtM a htt OmihIbs hhu bv
It's R"Ay MoHHisle f m tL
ll4.USTH( llSMi ,iri1. M.wiMmt. Wk
QULOEN NUQQCTS FOR U LOW PCOP.f
for Old Folks.
sort ajMl easy as a baby's bootoo.fl
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i J. Pry.