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THESE HOT DAYS
st Orange Sherbet
st Loganberry Sherbert;
rfmt Ice Cream,
Tde one that leads them all
W Ice Cream Soda,
he Summer Girl,
i !Ii these and more like them
Ye JtfSt tne tmngs to sausiy
DULLER & DOUGLAS
Salon's Loading Orocoro.
Confectioners and Bakora,
56-460 State St. Phones 182-137
Ct earn direct from the 4aY
tb-otfr freezer makes perfect
DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON, MONDAY, AUGUST 0, 1000.
- ar a ml a A 1 i Cl
tfc-are in the market for
oats, barley or wheat.
Highest cash prices paid
k rree backs
iWe furnish free all sacks
cfor grain that we buy.
Bt -re and call and see us
o 1 when ready, to sell as we
are paying the very highest
prices that the market will
FEEDMEN and SEEDKEN
Poultry and Boo Supplies.
l255Com'l Phone 160
'Make Salem a Good Horn Market"
Man From Astoria, Believes
Jonathan Bourne Will be
Elected Without Contest
United. States Senator Charles W.
Fulton spent yesterday and this fore
noon In Salem.
The senator was en route to
"Springfield to look Into the merits of
a bitter postofflce flgh't at that place,
and stopped oft at the Capital City to
visit his Salem constituents.
Senator Fulton was careful In his
statements about appolntes for feder
al offices, and talked guardedly.
In speaking of the election of a
senator by the next legislature, he
"If the legislature falls to elect
Mr. Bourne the direct primary law In
Oregon would mean nothing. I be
lieve that he will bo elected, and
that there will bo no contest. The
legislature should elect him unanimously."
Renders the bile moro fluid, and
thus helps the blood to flow; It
affords prompt relief from bilious
ness, Indigestion, sick and nervous
headaches, and over-Indulgence In
food and drink.
G. L. Caldwell, Agt. M. K. and
T. R. R Checotah, Ind. Ter., writes,
April 18, 1903: "I was sick for over
two years with enlargement of the
liver and spleen, and I had given up
all hope of being cured, when my
druggist advised me to use Herblno
It has mado me sound and well."
50c. For sale by D. J. Fry.
poultry A't aejneca Market
Eggs Per dozen, 17 &c.
, In I
i'OE SUMMER SEASON
rhe Southern Pacific Company wil!
Kl special round-trip tickets to oast
a points on Juno 4, 6, 7, 23, 25, Juh
ad 3, August 7, 8, 9, Sept, 8, 10
WW, to Chicago, St. Louis, Milwaukee,
j', Paul, Omaha, Sioux City, St. Joe
tellson, Leavenworth, Kansas Citys
NENM1! Colorado Springs and Pueblo,
)!o. Good going ten days and return
'i ninety days from sale date; but
R0P2W beyond October 31, 1000. For par
wliri call on agents. A. L. Craig.
wal Passenger Agent, Portland, t
Germans Celebrate Annlversnry.
New Britain, Conn., Aug. C. The
rmans of this city will begin their
ebratlon of the anniversary of the
0,nB of the Germans to America
! evening with a big gathering
I concert In the East Main street
nry. The concert will be partlcl-
W In by the Teautonia Maenner
ori the Quarotto club and tho Hart-
singing societies, assisted by
- American orchestra. After the
l(rt there will bo a lecture by
Cronau of Now York on the sub-
1 of "The Germans In America."
1 It will wind up with a magnlil
Advertising Tillamook Fair.
Buttons advertising the .Tillamook
street fair and carnival, to be held
In the city by the sea August 23 and
25, inclusive, are in evidence on the
streets. It Is probable that a, goodly
number of persons from tho Willam
ette valley will arrange to attend this
exhibit of the Industries of Tillamook
county, and at the same time take
an outlug at some of tho seashore re
sorts. The buttons are yellow and
green, the former being typlcnl of
the color of tho butter and cheese
manufactured there, and tho green
representing tho pastures which are
green all the year round.
Galveston's Sen Wall
Makes life now as safe in that city
as on tho higher uplands. E. W.
Goodloe, who resides on Dutton St.,
in Waco, Tex., needs no sea wall for
safety. He writes: "I have used
Dr. King's Now Discovery for Con
sumption the past five years, and it
keeps me well and safe. Boforo that
time I had a cough which for years
had been growing worse. Now it's
gone." Cures Chronic Coughs and
prevents Pneumonia. Pleasant to
take. Every bottle guaranteed at
J. C. Perry's drug store. Price 50c
and ?1.00. Trial bottle free.
and ' hall. Tomorrow there will be
Parade of the German singing and
"er societies In tho morning and
ret of the day will be devoted
Popular celohrnUnn nnrl nlnnlc.
a popular games, gymnastic drills
1 exhibitions by tho Turners, sing
ly the various singing societies
Auanclng. -f , ,
In Rolf nnrinu
IJor Hamm, editor and manager
lu Constitutionalist. Eminence.
hen he was fiercely attacked.
JAYS rs 8S0 b' Pifea bought a box
XHD : it cured mo Jn teu dayg(
VmC irouu'e since." Quickest
or I)..-... n m J
U,U3 oores, uuis ana
n't 25c at .T n rav'a itono
t. " " -"
Hold Sale' Sllks' 8ummer goods,
y, lace, gents' and ladles
.: enna .- 'j
K-j .. -ua, wu4iB, punia anu
L WM.U0, mattinirs and blankets.
- un rtan. iiHKU
,aUe underwear, and kl-
HanVer.s Defeat Printers.
Tho Bankers defeated tho States
man baseball team Saturday after
noon by tho score of 11 to 1. It
was a flyo-lnnlng game, and not till
tho last Inning did tho printers cross
the plate. Tho batteries were:
Staesman Clark, A., and Clark, T.;
Bankers Forbes and Perkins.
SEALED BIDS 'ANTED.
Sealed bldsiwill be received by tho
State Board- of Public Building Com
missioners, at tho Capitol building,
Salem, Oregon, until 12 o'clock M,
August 14th, 190C, for building ad
ditional lavatories and baths at tho
Asylum, and Infirmary buildings and
additions to tho Quarantine building
at tho Oregon State Insane Asylum',
Salem, also painting tho outsl.de, of
tho main and other buildings located
at tho Asylum and Asylum farm, also
for paint mixture.
nic, nnrl Gnfrl flp.ltlnnS Call bO
seenat the offlco ot tho Clork of tho
Board', also at tho office of the Asy
lum Superintendent, and tho offlco ef
Dolos D. Neer. architect, 133
First street. Portland. Oregon, from
whom forms for bids may be obtain
ed. Bids must be accompanied by a
certified forfeiture check as required
by tho specifications, otherwiso will
uot bo considered.
By order of tho State Board of
Public Building Commissioners.
(Attest,) W. N. GATENS.
Harry Moyer left for Newport to
day. Sherman Elliott went to Jefferson
Coroner A. M. dough was In Sll
Miss Lena Mclntyre spent Sunday
Mrs. Patton and daughter left for
Seal Rocks today.
Miss' Lena White left on the morn
ing train for Newport.
S. D. Flannigan, of Nampa, Idaho,
left for Oakland today.
D. H. Mosler Bpent Sunday with
relatives In Oregon City.
Miss Bertha Klinger has Joined the
Salem colony at Newport.
Mr. Joslyn and mother, Mrs. Pettlt,
left today for Junction City.
Mrs. W. H. Williams visited with
friends in Albany yesterday.
W. E. Wann returned this morn
ing to his ranch on the Alsea.
Clayton Wentz and W. E. Wann
left for Waldport this morning.
George H. Dodge mado an over
Sunday visit with Albany friends.
Lloyd Weeks, with his mother and
sister left for Newport this morning.
Rev. W. F. Maas and family left
for Newport on this morning's train.
Col. L. K. Page and family left
yesterday for an outing at Cascadla
A. N. Moores went to Portland to
day to look after business matters.
Mrs. J. Baumgnrtner and family
returned from Newport this morning.
Miss Flory Houston has gone to
visit for a month with Eugene
C. T. Doty and daughters were
passengers for Newport this morn
ing. Bert Smith and wlfo left this
morning for Falls City to visit friends
for a week.
Frank Durbln was among tho re
turning pilgrims from Newport this
Bruce Curry, a prominent Oregon
City attorney, passed through the
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Gilbert, of
Rosedale, left this morning for a
visit to Portland.
Rev. T. S. Fowler, recently of
Lincoln, Nebraska, has arrived here
to reside permanently.
R. L. Gilo, who has been visiting
his brother, II. S. GUe, left today for
his homo in Roseburg.
Theodore Barr left today for a
business trip to Oregon City, Port
land, St. Helens and other points.
Harry Bosley, street car conductor
on tho depot line, went to Newport
today for an outing of two weeks.
Rev. Barr G. Lee, rector of St.
Paul's Episcopal church, Is enjoying
a visit from Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Eckoi
Henry Wilkinson, of Oregon City,
one of tho employes of tho steamer
Oregona, spent Sunday In this city.
Mrs. Luther Rowland and family,
who have been visiting relatives In
Eugene, returned home this morn
ing. Miss L. Bayley left for Toledo to
day. Miss Bayley will spend a few
weeks at tho beach before her re
Mel Hamilton and party have re
turned from a two weeks' hunting
nnd fishing tr.ip In tho Cascade moun
tains. W. Wade, the North Salem store
keeper, who has been critically ill,
has sufficiently rocovored to go to
Frank Frlsby, tho state house
Janitor, who hns been visiting at
Mill City , has returned to resume his
George Hunt and .Ray Chapler
have returned from a month's outing
in the mountains. Both will return
to the University of California for
the coming school year.
Prof. M. Davis of tho Salem Busi
ness college, who haB been visiting
friends in Eugene for tho past two
weeks, returned homo yesterday.
Will Perkins, agent for tho Ore
gon Journal, will leave this evening
for a visit at Drain with his grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Perkins.
Colonel Ernest Hofer went to
Newport Saturday to Join his family
who havo already located thoro for
Miss Bertha Klinger, Miss Emma
Godfrey and Marguerite Hansot left
for Newport today. They will Join
the tent city at Nye creek.
Miss Elsie Permlno left this morn
ing for Plalnvlew, where sho will
teach a class in music. Miss Permlno
will later visit friends In Philomath.
Rev. Dr. Thompson, tho pioneer
Presbyterian clergyman, came here
from Corvallls today to renew ac
quaintances with former parishon
Prof, and Mrs. M. Davis have re
turned from a two weeks' vacation
trip In Lane county. Mr. Davis is
one of tho able corps of teachers in
the Capital Business College.
Mra. George Weeks and family left
today for a three-weeks' visit with
A SPLENDID IDEA
It would be a Splendid Idea for you to come right
now and make your selectipn of one of our Two Piece
Suits. They are just the things for these hot days.
$6.00 to $12.50
See our full line of Bar and Barber Coats, Waiter's
Jackets and Aprons.
The Little Tudor Suits, 1 to 8 yrs. 50c
SALEM WOOLEN MILL STORE
relatives' near Tolddo. George Weeks
accompanied them as far as Albany.
.Mr. and Mrsi W. N. Gatons and lit
tle daughter have returned from a
visit In Portland, aud will leave to
morrow for a three-weeks' outing at
Professor E. Carlton and family
are the guests of Superintendent
Ackerman and family. Mr. Carlton
Is Instructor In history In the Port
Ian dhlgh school.
R M. Savage departed Thursday
for Salem, 'whore ho will spend sev
eral days visiting among relatives
and also attending to business mat
ters. Yoncalla News.
Miss Ruby Cornell, stenographer
In the corporation department of tho
secretary of state's office, resumed
her work today, after a splendid
outing to tho Yellowstone Park.
State Superintendent J. H. Acker
man will give an address during tho
Tillamook county fair and carnival,
when his subject will be agriculture
and tho public, school. Tillamook
Rev. A. Moore, rector of St.
Joseph's church, left this morning
for 12 days' sojourn at Wllholt. Ho
has been suffering from rheumatic
troubles recently and believes tho
outing will prove beneficial to him.
Watt Shlpp, tho bicycle man, and
Rubo Saunders started this morning
for a five days' hunting trip to the
SUetz county. They will mnko part
of tho trip by train, nnd will then
uso a tandem bicycle for tho re
mainder of tho trip.
Miss Nettle Breese, who has been
ono of tho instructors in tho Capital
Business Collego for tho past three
years, loft this morning for Mus
keegon, Michigan, where she will re
side and teach In ono of tho schools
Miss Lola Myers, a trained nurse
from Salem, arrived In Pendleton
last evening and is tho guoBt of her
friend Miss Wilson, at 1101 West
Alta street. Sho is a graduato of
the Salem hospital course for trained '.
nurses and expects to locnto perma
nently In this city. Pendleton Tribune.
BEGIN SPEAKING AT'ON'CE.
Bryan Will Ho Hurried to Mnlno ns
Soon as Ho Arrives.
Now York, Aug. 0. William J
Bryan will scarcely bo nllowed to re
cover from tho seasickness of his
voyago across tho Atlantic beforo ho
will bo hurried to Maine by tho Dem
ocratic congressional committee. Ho
will bo sent directly to Ropresoutn
tlvo Llttleflold's district, whero ho
will mako 15 or 20 speeches boforo
tho campaign closes.
Tho battle In Malno promises to bo
ono of tho fiercest In any part of tho
country. John Sharp Williams,
Champ Clnrk and other great Demo
cratic spellbinders will Join Mr. Bry
an In tho contest thoro. Tho Repub
licans wll lnlso send tholr ablest
BpeakorB there. Speaker Cannon,
Secretary Shaw and Secretary Taft
Will bo foremost.
A Mystery Solved.
"How to keep off periodic attacks
ot biliousness and habitual constipa
tion was a mystery thnt Dr. King's
Now Llfo Pills solved for mo,"
writes John N. Pleasnnt, of Magno-
lla, Ind. Tho only pills that aro
guaranteed to glvo perfect satisfac
tion to everybody or money refunded
Only 25c at J. C. Perry's drug storo.
the strlfo was s6 hot that tho place
waB called Fighting Corners. Later,
howovcr, tho differences woro amic
ably settled and upon tho suggestion
of ono of tho pioneers tho plnco was
nnmod Friendship aud was Incorpor
ated under that name. That was in
1S15. At ono tlmo tho placo was
qulto a center of tho lumber Indus
try in this part ot tho country and
hnd 25 snwmlllo In operation. Tho
first Bchool was oponod In 1810 nnd
religious sorvlces wero Btartod about
tho samo tlmo. Tho first child born
In tho vlllngo was Shormnn Hnsklns,
1S08; tho first death that of Hattle
Friar In tho snmo year, and tho first
marrlago was thnt of James San
ford and Sally Harrison In 1809. Tho
vlllngo contributed 81 mon to tho
Union army during tho Civil war.
Friendship 100 i'enis Old.
Frlondshlp, N. Y., Aug. C. Tho
celebration of tho ono hundredth an
niversary of tho founding of thlB vll
lngo began hero today and will con
tlnuo through tho weok. An elabor
ate program has boon arranged for
tho celebration and tho fostlvltlca
havo attracted n largo number of
visitors from tho surruudlng dis
tricts. This vlllngo was founded In
180G by Richard Friar, who enmo
hero from Kingston and settled.
Others soon followed. As tho slzo
of tho sottlomont Increased dlsson
tlons aroso among tho pcoplo hnd
Deafness Cannot. Bo Cured
By local applications, ns thoy cannot
reach tho dlsoasod portion ot tho
ear. Thoro Is only ono way to cure
dcntnes3, nnd that Is by constitu
tional remedies. Denfnoss 1b caused
by an inflamed condition ot tho mu
cuous lining of tho Eustachian Tube.
Whon this tubo Is Inflamed you havo
a rumbling sound or Imporfect hoar
lng, and when it is ontlroly closod,
deafness Is tho result, nnd unless the
Iniinmmntion can bo tnkon out nud
this tubo restored to Its normal con
dition, homing will bo destroyed
forovor; ulno cases out of ten aro
caused by Catarrh, which Is nothing
but an Inflamed condition of tho mu
Wo will glvo Ono Hundred Dollars
for any enso of Doafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot bo cured by
Hall's Catarrh Curo. Sond for cir
F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Tako Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
When You Want Harness.
Call on F. E. 8hafe, at his now
atone, 187 Commercial street, near
Forry. Tho finest stock of harness In
Will Tench at Independence.
Miss Flora Walker has boon elect
ed a teacher In the Independence
schools for tho coming year. Miss
Walker Is a daughter of J. P. Walk
er, of this city, nnd was graduated
from the Oregon State Normal
school at Monmouth, In Juno. Pen
Of all kinds, and of the best
quality. We have the famous
Goodrich Tires and can sayc
you. time and give you perma
nent satisfaction. Prices Right
IRA JORGENSEN '
A Small Flru.
Thonins Uolman, of Eoja, Polk
county, suffered a loss of $250 from
a small flro In his hop liouao last
Celebrate Golden Jubilee.
Louisville, Ky., Aug. C -Tito Con
cordia Singing society, ono of the
leading musical organizations of this
clty,"lB celebrating Its golden Jubilee
today. The society was organized In
185G nnd has enjoyed an unbroken
and active career of fifty years. Mr.
Urban Stengel, ono of tho best
known Berman citizens of Louisville,
Is the only surviving organizer of the
society. Mr. Joseph J. MuelUer Is
tho president. Tho society now has
C5 active and 800 honorary mem
bors, many or whom aro successful
business men of this city.
The mala feature of tho celebra
tion Is a grand concert and picnic
which will bo hold this afternoop at
Phoenix park. All the German sing
ing societies of Louisville and Now
Albany will be present at the celebration.
Shorthand, bookkeeping, typewrit
ing, penmanship, arithmetic, spoiling
business lottor writing, otc,, aro
some of tho branches that may bo
taken at tho Capital Business Col
lego, In Bcsslon nil summer. Indi
vidual Instruction, Pleasant rooms.
High Street I J' Interested, call for catalogue
r L I rv3L.IV
Cornice Work, Heating and Building Work of all Kinds;
Estimates Made and Work Guaranteed
Murphy Blk State St.
Salem, Oregon Phone 1 51 1
OIIA& K. SPAULDING,
B. O, MILES,
8ec and Treas.
Chas. K. Spanieling
Oregon Pine, Ash and Maple Lumber
n. oi., uaiem, or.