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LH01T MINERAL WATER
Tho Genuino Article. '
, fow of our most popular enes:
3RADORA NUT SUNDAE
IVEB'S DELIGHT v
Still tho jno9t popular drink ever
ired in Salera:
ur Ico Cream leads all tho rest.
Jream direct from tho -dairy to our
Iczer makes pprfect lco cream.
FULLER & DOUGLAS
1.460 Stato Street
Phono, 187, 182
always good. Wo sell meats of the
highest quality. Whether you
at lamb, boef, mutton or pork, get
E. O. GROSS
lOHAM-OAULKINS STOCK CO.
supported by an excellent company,
rinning" Monday, Juno 18th all
fek. Tho successful society drama.
Wifo's Peril." Matineo Saturday.
dark nights. Specialties between
Illustrated songs. Curtain,
twee, L':bi) p. m.; nights, 8:io. JN'ext
pk, tho comedy drama, "Tho Bo-
H. S. Gilc & Co.
Wholesale Merchants and Dealers in
FRUIT AND PRODUCE.
7a have largu supplies of berry
tea, both tin top and folding, also
ites. Got your supplies here. We
butter, eggs, poultry, produce, etel
THE VERY BEST LUMBER
will quoto you a price you will
biak is reasonable. If you aro plan-
Fag to build a houses, consult us about
entlro job. Wo build houses.
WGET FUEL & LUMBER CO.
Tho great spray for codlln moth an J
Jl leaf-eating insects. Now is the
Jmo to spray -winter apples and peari.
e prepared to fill all orders, having
JMt received another large shipment.
FEEDMEN and SEEDMEN
Poultry and Be BoppHea.
255 Com'! Phone 160
TO TAKE A
Salem Water Will Now Soon
Flow Pure as Crystal
Superintendent Park, of tho Salem
Nater Company, announces that the
work of filling in the new and enlarged
crib over on the gravel bar has been
complotod, and everybodv can get
readiy to tako a bath. Mt n-u
will bo glad It Is all over, and that
tho Willamette nectar will flow pure as
of yore. For about a month the Rninm
Water Company has boen making ex
tosivo Tepairs to its crib, or baso of
supply, and many people havo been
distressed because tho fluid was niooe
or less muddy. It is already flowing
purer in tho lower parts of the city.
But now tho mains aro to bo flushed
out and tho reservoir thoroughly
cloaned) for summer. Thctfo is going
to bo a littld more disturbance, but it
win soon bo over, and everybody will
enjoy tho better water supply as much
as tho company will in furnishing it.
Nurs Should Bo Pretty.
Trained nurses in this city aro 'deep
in discussion of a speech recently made
by Dr. George Preston, head of one of
tho big hospitals in Baltimore, before
a graduating elatss He said that every
girl ho intended to be a nurse should
bo pretty The opinion of the doctor
has not boon received by tho heads of
hospitals in this city with unanimous
approval, though they all say a nurse
should) mako herself as attractivo as
possible. But many doctors agreo with
Dr. Preston, and say tho presenco of a
really pretty woman is oftcner far
more beneficial than medicine to a
patient. Thcno have beon cases where
an ill person; has asked to havo his
nursj changed because what sho lacked
in looks sho miado up in strictness re
garding dSdfc and medicine. A matron
in ono of tho largest hospitals says that
a pretty girl, if sho does not become
conceited, makes a batter nurso than
a plain-looking girl, for sho has more
influenco over her charge. Portland
Tho honso editor has horso sense,
evpn though as Dr. Anna Shaw gavo
It to him in tho solar plexus, "ho had
novor boen a horso." All trained nurses
aro pretty, some moro so. If thoy were
all too handsome what would bo tho
use of curing a fellow! Ho wouldn't
leave the hospital,
Nowhere in tho world can you seo
such handsomo men and women as are
to bo met In tho United1 States. They
all uso Hollistcr's Rocky Mountain Tea.
35 cents, Tea or Tablets. Dr. Sono's
Back Prom Pendleton.
.Judgo Thomas 0. Hailey, of the
supremsj court, Toturned homo last nigh
from Umatilla county, whoro he has
been on personal business. Judgo
Hailey says that tho wheat crop in
that part of Oregon looks better than
it has for years, and if nothing'unfor
soju occurs, tho wheat output in Uma
tilla will bo biggeT this season than it
has been for a long time.
Judgo Hailoy says that Pendleton is
recovering from tho effects of tho re
cent flood, and tho town Is preparing
to build a loveo that will prevent any
recurrenco of tha flood. Tho railroad
company is .repairing its tracks that
wero washed out.
Havo You a Cough?
A 'doso of Ballard's HorehounJ
Syrup will relieve it. Have you a
Try it for whooping cough, for asth
ma, consumption, for bronchitis. Mrs.
Joe McGratb, 327 E. 1st street, Hut
rhlnson. Kan., writes: "I have used
Ballord'a Horehound Byrup in my
family for five years, and find it the
most palatablo medicine I ever used.
For sale by D. J. Fry.
And "Dcr Schumacher."
l W. Buottner writes to Tho Capi
tal Journal from San, Jose that every
thing is booming iar that city.and that
i. rm,nds at Stanford bavo teen
cleaned up, and all is now Teady for
the erection of n,w buildings. Not a
alnglo brick buUding waa destroyed In
Sxn Joso. Mr. Bucttner sends his re
cards to all Salem people and der
Xhfl Texaa Wcm4er,
Cures all kidney, bladder and ihen
matic trouble; dd by all druggW., or
two months' treatment by mail for $1.
Dr. E. W. Dan, 2926 OUre .rest 8 1
Louis. Ho. Send for testimonial SolJ
by Stone's drug stores. aw-syr
a a. m t c3 at s Jf -. JU
DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL,
OPEN PUBUeiTT THE BEST
m ,. GiraiKMrrr of merit.
fhrE .. m.ah'er, ot.a medlclno, sold
u ,"?m df u5B,,1ts ,for famr o. takes
Vanv "" ln,t0 hl? .confidence by
cast il wn n. " ? IJuW'sl'Ins broad
a f,iir iute!!f ?i,!P l18 J.1'0 wrappers,
Pni.i .iif Rl1 AU InjtredlonU in plain
i3'.1'10 ov,wnce that ho Is not
iirL t0 ',avo the search light of Inves
"Ration turned fu upon 1i!s formula
h l Vat H w,. b,car thorullest S
Dr dPiiW "V'Sh Investigation.
.TC Javortto Prescription Yor tho
an?fm,iX,n?anMiM Periodical pains
ana functional derangements of tho or
Rans distinctly feminine. Is ho only medt
elno put up for salo through dnigRlsts for
woman's special use, tho maker ofwhlch
his nfhiiafJ2dn,t0 tak2 hls PUonta lnt
hoU't'Uiiciir0 y suc open and
nA-.Blillli,C0.4nt t"' PuWIliwl Ingredients
on each bottle wrapper, nlll show that It
Jiad0 iw,lol,y fr.om natlvo- American,
mwllcliml note, that It contains no poi
sonous or hah f forming drugs, no nar
cotics and no alcoliol-pnro. trlpleroflnod
fA1! mK'r,lr?tl1 WnR "sod
ustead of the commonly employed nlco
hoi, both for extracting and proservlns
rit,?n,?,,1.lc,nv,U ProP"-tlos found In
tlio roots of tho American forest planta
omploywl. It Is t hn only mrdlclno for
women's pecular dlsoasoj. sold hv drug
gists, that , dos not contain a largo per
centage of alcohol, which Is In tho lomr
run so harmful to woman1 dollcate. ncr"
ous sxstom. Now, glycerine Is perfectly
harmloss. and serves n valuable purposo
by posting ntrlnslc value all Its own,
a,nd IxHides It anhanecs tho curatlvo
effect i of tho other Ingnsllents entoring
Into tho Tavorlto Prusirlptlon."
borne of tho ablest medical writers and
teachers ondorso theso views and praise
all tho several Ingredients of which "Fa
vorite Prescription" Is composed rec
ommending them for tho euro of tho
yory samo diseases for which this world
famed modlclno Is advised. No other
nicdlclnn for women has any such ir
fwloiwl endorsement worth moro than
nny tutmbor of ordinary testimonials. If
Interested, send name anil address to Dr.
It. V. PJorco, Buffalo, N. Y., for his llttlo
book of wtracts from tho works of
cmltioiit medical writers and toachorp.
endorsing tho soveral Ingredients and
tolling lust what Dr. I'lerco's medicine
aro mado of. It's Jrce for tho asking.
John Bar-ett Is eomlnp to Portland
this fall to visit. No wonder the weath
er got warm In tho collar.
Tho city council last night quit vio
lating its own ordinances, and closod
tho slot machines and sworo off.
Tacoma makes somo nieo distinctions
about gambling. Tor instance, it per- j
mits tho festive gamo of poker, but for
bids "twenty-one " Nothing liko being
dainty in one's instinct and habits.
An ancient horso nar. Portland
dropped dad at sight of aiautomobllo
yesterday. Well, ho isn't tho only
antiquo in Oregon that Is scarod to
death nt tho first sight of new moth-if
ods and improvements.,
Tho dispatches to Tho Journal yes
terday said a wealthy Nebraska banker
had pleaded guilty to fonelug tho gov
ernment domain, ,nnd had been sen
tenced to 12 years in juil. Tho horso
oditon cocked up Iils ears at it and
nearly ran, away, but it was "copy,"
and so it went. Tho item was all right,
only it was "hours," instead o?
"years," which makes n difference.
Yest'ivlay in mentioning tho gamo
of basoball between tha ynrn-twlstcrs
and weavers and tho boys who work
where tho gentle-voicod and patient
mulo runs tho merry-go-roundi in the
brick yard, tha horso editor stated
that tho woolen mill won. Tho plaint-
ivo remonstrance from tho mulo afore
said and tho touch of naturo that makes
mules and horso editors akin comjMsls
tho latter to state tin tho a,dobe bak
ers wero tho winnoro.
Sure Curo for Piles.
Itching piles produce moisture and
causo itching, this form, as well as
blind, bleeding or protruding piles, are
cured by Dr. Bosan-ko's Pile Ilemedr.'
Stops itching and bleeding, absorbs
tumors. 50c a jar at druggists, or sent
bv mail. Treatise free. Write me
about your case. Dr. Bosanko, Phlia.,
Want Chamberlain In JJiaho.
Tho citizens of Nampa, Idaho, have
Invited Governor Chamberlain to make
itho Fourth of July address at the
celebration they will hold in that city.
Nam pa is preparing for a
and tho commlUe tolographod the
governor that all Idaho will be prei
out. Governor Chamberlain will be out
of tno'eky until next Friday, but be
fore ho left ho stated! ho would a
cept no invitations to speak at iha ap
i i u '- -
A Fleuasc War to xrarL
The above la the usual verdict or
the traveler BIng the Missouri PaelAe
railway between the Paelfle eoatt and
tha east, and wa believa tkat tea
fee and aeeomaedatioaa given sent
this atatesaaat. Prow Dearer, Colora
do Bpringi aad Dearer tnera are two
through tralaa dally to Kansas City
and St. Loals, earryisg Pullman' Iat
Mt staadard Uetrie-ligated tleeplai
ear, ehalr tut and ap-te-datw dlaiag
ears. The aasaa axeeUwt rriee U
enarated rasa Kasaaa City and &t.
Louis to Measphia, Little Rock and Hot
Bwbsn. If you ara eolaz
acvtk, wrfta Ut prtlela ad ftdl la
.W. a IC'SSIDl, Qm. Aft
114 Jkfel it- Ted, 0
&ALEM, 0&BaQN, TUESDAY, JUNS
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0. Kupptnholmsr L Co., Chi.
WEATID3R BUREAU REPORT.
An excels of cloudiness provnlle.I
during tho week, nnd, whllo showers
occurred! nearly every dny in tho north
wesb counties, nnd on two or throe
duys in tho southern and tustorn sec
tions' of tho wtiite, the total amount of
rainfall was not excessive, nnd all riv
ers and streams havo slowly fallen
Tho mornings nvowged from ono to
two degrees bolow normal, but the af
ternoon, on account of cloudy weath
er, wero much cooler than usual, es
pecially in tho Willamette volley nnd
tho coast cuuntii". Tno soil Is wo!!
moistened, and a spell of bright, warm
weather is now dosircd. No frostn oc
curred and tho winds, whllo high in a
few localities, wo'o
Jthcir pravalluil direction was from
Portland, Multnomah county, local
ofllco, weather bureau. Tho week was
showery anl cool. Ituln foil on overy
'duy but one. Tho cloudiness was ex
ceuve. and, in consequence, tho after
nooiw wero unusually cool. Tho heav
iest rains occurred on Plday and Sat
urday, ond amounted to 1.00 inches.
Tho winds wero light and most from
Forest Orovo, Washington county, D,
J, Taylor. Continued cloudy weathw
prevailed, with considerable rain; on
Tuesday a high wind blew.
Corvallls, Benton eounty, E. P.
.win. Warm, showery weather pro
yailed oil week, with a heavy rain on
Friday. No frost or high wind oc
curred. SOUTIffiRN PAOiriO VIQILANT.
View With Alarm the Possibility of
Road to Fails City.
If. E. Lounsbirry and II. A. Her-
hall, of tha traffic department of the
Southern Pacific, with headquarter at
Portland, and A. P. Stover, of the
samo srstera, with headquarter at
Washington, D. C, eawo to Salem last
sight, and this morning drovo out
throuch Polk eouuy to loo at ani
u up the potiWlMe for flight
In that favored etttio.
It Jj aalii that tho Southern Paeiae
views with oe alarm the prwpeetive
A Plain Talk f
By Plain People
ANY MAN WHO WORKS FOB A SALARY CAN AITORD TO WKAR
"Salem Woolen Mill Store"
Ready Tailored Clothing
Tim MAN Wno DOESN'T HAVE TO WORK FOR A SALARY DON'T
NEED ANY BETTER.
$1 2.00 to $25.00
BUYS AS GOOD AS
Salem Woolen Mill
This is tho housevlfo of Classified Town, t
Whoso faco scorned) to wear a continual frown.
Domestic t-ioubles bothorcd her so,
That her Hfn was filled with worry anil) wop.
Domestics came, and domestics went. -It
soomod by tho evil ono they wero sent.
Maids broko dishes and cooks burmxl stews,
Housemon wero laiy, And somo drank booieM
Hor hoalth wn falling, her husbandwas sad,
Till ono dtty sho trlcl a Journal want nd, ,
All day the applicants came to hor dooq
Cooks, maids and butlers, moro than a score,
Sho got what ho wanted, no wait, no delaj. ;
That 'a why sho'a smiling serenely today.
(To bo continued tomorrow,)
completion of ho Balem, Dallas ami
Fulls City rallroud nnd the prespect
that Its operation- will hnvo in bring
ing all tlin heavy freight in that
Ht-ctton to Salem mid on -to Portland
and tho sea by way of Willamette
It is bclloved that tho visit of the
Southorn Pacific ofllclulo nt this time
Is to try in noino way to circumvent
the plans of tho Fulls City people
At tho Edlsoh.
Lust night tho emotional society
drama, "A Wifo's IV-rll," wna pre
sontiMl to a goodHtl7el amb apprecia
tive Mullmice. Tho play tells tho
Ktory of a young wlfcr who i enticed
from hor homo during her husband'
absence, by nn Italian artist. A soon
at mIih Imivcm her homo sho renllzes
that lie him takTii tv fnls steji. HtT
huslanrd, George Funo, return uneit-
peqtotlly tton after lr departure. Ho
Inn Uiitrty hurrfMi after Iter, onu r
quen's her to rot urn homo, noti for br
ak but for tho aako of their rlilld,
who has liocn Injured by w fall dur
ing thn iiiotlr'a nlenee, and who
eaniu recover without i nutural
comforter, Its mother. Hho return
home, the child recovers. They move
to another- country, and Alio husband Is
ubou to foru-ivo her for her long re
pent! pant, when tin Italian wppear
on tho areao. Tno liusbanit uover
him. atMl kill him in a duel. The
comedy Intcrtwi ro trong, and there
Is not a dull moment during the entire
nlav. Ml Iva Shenard. an the youog
wife, make tl moot of tho extremely
difficult pxirt. Mf. Chan. Caulkln, as
tba husband, played bis part wll, ana
held tho aympathy of tho audience
Mr. Purer Hrlghnm. a bo Italian ar
list, apj-oareil to good a-h-nntage, and
playM hi part well, Va tno waoie,
im. imI('i nlar Tiromtsc to be oaa of
tho mot Jnlerestinsf yet presented by
fiilen' popular little ai'ock eompany.
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Off for the Sound.
lrofior W. If. MahaOle, of Willaw-
etta university. left yesterday for the
Sound country, where he will spend his
vacation doing work In biological lines.
Together with nrofewor irom the
Puget Sound university and tba Uni-
verity of Wahinglon, be will atuar
and do reareh work among mwlne
nlants. Their experiment will consist
(n microscopic Investigation ana inisc
wr "m. .
proparjitg of apoclmens for study in
tho class room, During July and the
first part of August tho biologist will
do their wo-k In tho Puget Sound uat
verslty laboratory. Tho remainder of
their work until the reopening of th
school year will bo carried on In 8'
Professor Mahafllo was Accompanied
by hls family and; expect to .return
to Salem early in Hcptomber.
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Tollowln the rag.
When our soldier went to Cuba aai
tho Philippines, health wa tha uunt
iinportdnt consideration. Willis T,
Morgan, retired commissary sergeaat,
U. H, A., of Itural Koute 1, Concord,
N. H ssyai "I Wa two year In
Cuba and two years In tho Philippine,
and being subject to colds, I took Dr,
King's New DIscovedy for Coasomp'
tlon, which kopt ma In perfect health
And now, In New Hampshire, we Mad
it the bt medielno in th world far
cough, cold, bronchial trouble tad
all lung disease. Guaranteed at J
C. Perry's drug store. Price, BOe and
1.00. Trial bottle free.
Three U. of 0. boya havo starM out
to spend heir vacation on foot. They
Intend to ttrike the oat from Ku
gwe and up pt th virlou resorts
Corvallte Sc Eta Rati
Sunduv excursion to Newport anj
return on the Corvalli and EatUra
railroad will leayo AIbay
KVKRY'SUNDAY AT 730 A. M.
Arrlvlno In VeWOOrt at B00U. return-
lug leave Newpo at 5.30 p. in., glrUiC
Wi hour at the Unett- rewrt u tn
Weit. Health, et and pleasure for ,
the weary worker.
Thredday and season tickets frow
all fl. I. points, good going and return
ing oa Sunday excursion train.
Faro front Albany, GoivallU or PaR
omath 1.00 for the roun trl. Coa
nectlon at Albany rltlk Ke twtf
going touthlouni ovl4 ratwi. f