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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOllER 11, 1000.
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Separated from Nadine "and
Playing Checkers With
Bernard Oscar Velguth, the young
tailor-made automobile sport, whose
peculations caused consternation in
the Portland Gas Company's office,
and whose subsequent marriage to
the fair San Francisco divorcee, Na
dine Nlcholl, added somewhat to the
gaiety of nations, has donned prison
stripes at the state penitentiary. He
arrived at the James boarding house
last evening chaperoned by Sheriff
Bob Stevens, of Multnomah county,
and will spend some time at the In
stitution, depending on circum
stances. The last acts in the Velguth scan
dal were as metorlc and melodra
matic as the former ones. Yester
day afternoon Velguth appeared In
the circuit court at Portland and
pleaded guilty to the charge of em
bezzlement, and was given an Inde
terminate term In the penitentiary
of from one to ten years. Under tho
law. If his conduct has been good, he
may be pardoned or paroled at the
end of a year; otherwise he may be
kept In prison for ten years. He was
accompanied to the prison by his
brother, Arthur Velguth.
Velguth was a clerk for the Port
land Gas Company, and on a salary
of $80 per month, lived tho pace that
kills, and is said to have stolen $20,
000 from the company. He is be
lieved to have squandered a large
portion of this sum on his enchant
ress, Mrs. Nadine Nicholls, whom ho
married directly after his nrrest.
Hop Grower's Opinion.
Ed. C. Horren, the well-known hop
grower and merchant, of Aurora, re
turned home this morning, after a
brief visit In the city. He reports tho
hop market very qulot, and, In his
opinion, It Is likely to remain so for
awhllo longer at least. The fact that
something like CO, 000 bales of hops
have been contracted here In Oregon,
and that It will tnko about four
months for that amount to be used
by the bre"wers, lends him to believe
that the market will b"o dull for a
time. "At Aurora tho hops this
year," said he, "were of fine quality
and tho crop In the entire neighbor
hood was freo from mould. Tho
picking season' was all over by the
As to the prosperity of the little
town of Aurora, he reports consider
able Increase- In building, nnd that
Tlio Kind You Have Always
in use for over 30 years,
f ' ""-ww AUOWUO UUC lUUL'VUlVU JUIIJU W1IO
All Counterfeits, Imitations and"Just-ns-o;ood"ar hut
Experiments that trillo with and endnngcr tho hea -i of
Infants and Children Experience against Expert -ant.
What is CASTORIA
Castorfct is a harmless suhstltuto for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, JDrops t.ud Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Fovorjshness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Coustipation
and Flutulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels,, gii ing healthy and natural sleep.
Tho Children's Panacea-tho Mother's Friend.
OEHUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The KM You Em Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Year.
If you think constipation is of trifling
consequence, Just ask your doctor.
He will disabuse you of that notion in
short order. "Correct it,' at once!" he
snort orirer. "Correct it, at once I" he
will say. Then ask him about Ayer's
Pills. A mild liver pljl, all vegetable.
W publUh tha fbrmnua J.CAyerCo.,
oi ii oar preparations. - ajwoii. umi
there has been an influx of new res
idents during the past year. "All of
our people have money in the bank,
and others have It tucked away In
an oyster can in some secluded
spot," he added with a broad smile.
Verdict for Plaint liT.
The case of Sclilickeiser against
Fred Dose, an appeal from tho Jus
tice court of Hubbard, occupied most
of tho time yesterday In Judge Bur
nett's court. It appeared that last
April Fred Dose, of Woodburn, con
tracted, at Wllsonville, for something
like 200 sacks of potatoes, valued at
$211, from C. L. Sclilickeiser and A.
Peters. Tho defense contended that
the contract was not In writing, as
to Mr. Peters' part, and that the con
tract was only for 100 sacks with
the plaintiff, and that there was no
delivery of the same because of
warehouse charges. The jury, after
being out a little while, brought in
a verdict for the plaintiff for the
amount sued for, $211.90.
H. Overton represented Fred Dose
and DImIck & Dlmlck, of Oregon
.City, and S. T. Richardson appeared
for the plaintiff.
Sure Cure for Plies.
Itching Plle3 produce moisture and
cause Itching, this form, as well as
Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles
aro cured by Dr. Bo-san-ko's Pile
Remedy. Stops Itching and bleed
ing. Absorbs tumors. 50c a Jar, at
druggists, or sent by mall. Treatise
freo. Write me about your case? Dr.
Bosanko, Phlla. Pa.
llvpect New Agent.
There Is Interest In railroad circles
as to who will be the new S. P. Co.
passenger agent at Salem, to succeed
A. Comegys. O. E. Darling, of Mc
Mlnnvllle; Mrs. Rice, of East Port
land, and R. K. Montuomery, of
Glendale, are aspirants. Superintend
ent L.'R. Fields, who has Just re
turned from California, Is to make
Results from chronic constipation,
which Is quickly cured by Dr. King's
New Life Pills. They remove all
polsonlous germs from the system
and lnfuso new life and vigor; euro
sour stomach, nausea, headache, diz
ziness, and colic, without griping or
discomfort. 25c. Guranteed by J
C. Perry's drugstore.
A Good One.
J. P. Veatch has Just put down a
fine concrete sidewalk for H. A.
The Texas Wonder.
Cures all kidney, bladder and
rheumatic trouble; sold by all drug
gists, or two months' treatment by
mall for $1. Dr. E. W. Hall, 292C
Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send
for testimonials. Sold by Stono's
drug stores. dw-lyr.
Bought, and which has heen
has homo tho signature of
heen inndo under his per-
supervision since its infancy.
1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
f c6mpanies organize. I
Articles of Incorporation T
Granted Enterprises Backed T
T by Oregon OapiUl.
I I H IMimtUHHWH I
The following companies filed arti
cles of Incorporation yestordny and
today in the office of the secretary of
Netarts Bay company; incorpora
tors, Chester G. Murphy, Phil
Metschan, E. C. Johnson; chief of
fice, Portland; capital stock, $21,
600. Moss Telephone company, of Pals
ley, Lake county; Incorporators,
Harry Bailey, Dick J. Wilcox. JB.
Reynolds; cnpltal stock, $3,000.
Board of Trade Building company,
of Portland; Incorporators, E. L.
Barnett, E. L. KIcksbn, It. W. Wil
bur; capital stock, $50,000.
Independence Mining coriipnny, of
Sumpter; incorporators, Oliver C.
Wright, Walter Q. Gleason, Gallan
H". Wheeler; capital stock, $500,000.
Victoria Mining company, of
Grants Pass; incorporators, L. F.
Kraemer, J. H. Bower, Marcus W.
Robblns. ' .
The Union Benevolent League;
Incorporators, P. A. McPherson, J.
L. Mitchell, E. W. Peace, G. T. Trom
mold, M. Moorehead, Will C. Gibson.
National Hospital company, of
Portland; Incorporators, John B.
Goddard, J. P. McEntel, B. E.
Wright; capital stock, $10,000.
The F. H. W. company, of As
toria; incorporators, J. A. Fulton,
E. Z. Ferguson, C. R. Hlgglns; capi
tal stock, $25,000.
niistriu Indicted for Murder.
The grand Jury that had charge of
Investigating tho tragedy which took
place at St. Paul September 2d,
when Marshal Joe Krechter was
killed, returned two Indictments yes
terday at 5 o'clock. Fred Bustrln Is
charged with murder In the first de
gree; while Warren Eastman, James
G. Seefey, William Murphy and Win,
Murphy and Fred Bustrln are
charged with the crime of riot. All
the defendants appeared In court.
Bustrln, who has been suffering from
wounds received during the encoun
ter, was very weak, nnd had to bo
assisted to reach the court .room. Ho
was returned to Jail, as bail cannot
bo given for murder In tho first de
gree. Tho bond of Wm. Murphy, tho
owner of the saloon In which tho
tragedy took place, was raised from
$250 to $1500, August Huckesteln
and R. A. Kirk, of this city, being
Attorney Dan R. Murphy, brother
of Wm. Murphy, and Web Holmes
have beeri retnlned ns counsel by tho
A Young Mother nt 70.
"My mother has suddenly been
made young at 70. Twenty years of
Intense suffering from dyspepsia h'ad
entirely disabled her, until 6 months
ago, when she began taking Electric
Bitters, which have completely cur
ed her and restored tho strength nnd
activity she had In tho prlmo of life,"
writes Mrs. W. L. Gllpntrlck, of Dan
forth, Mo. Greatest restorative
medicine on tho globe. Sets stom
ach, liver, and kidneys right, puri
fies the blood, and cures malaria, bll
lousness nnd weakness. Wonderful
nerve tonic. Prlco 50c. Guaranteed
by J. C. Perry's drug storo.
vimiiii i n mil 1 1 iii hi
i; REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Marlon County Land That Is
. . Changing Ownership Prices
;; That Obtained,
n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 in ii i ii ii i
Tho following real estato transac
tions were recorded yesterday and
N. J. Haas to J. E. Butler, lot
7, blk 6, North Salem.... $
N. J. Haas to C. A. 8ykes, lot
8, blk 6, North Salem ....
C. B. and C. D, Kldd to Andrew
Sanders, lots 5 and 6 and s
lot 4, blk 25, Scotts
W. H. HopllU to G. H. Wolfe,
land In. Marlon county ....
Henry Ledebur to Harriet
Montgomery, 41 acres, t 7 s,
r 2 w, and lot 26, Capltnl City
Fruit Farm, 11.75 ncres . .
Cures Winter Cough.
J. E. Gover. 101 N. Main St., Otta
wa, Kan., writes: "Every fall It has
been my wlfo'B trouble to catch a
severo cold, and therefore to cough
all winter long. Last fall I got her
a bottle of Horehound Syrup. She
used It and has been able to sleep
soundly all night long. Whenever
tha cough troubles her, two or three
dosea stops the cough, and sho Is
able to bo up and well." 25c, 50c
and $1.00, o
Sold by P, J. lory's drug store.
Tho work of pavlag 'the main
streets of Pendletoa has begun.
:- CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT-:
Hay for bule Baled clover or cheat;
$6.50 per ton. In lots of two tons
or over. Thos. F. Walker. Phono
Suburban 154. 10-1-lm
For Sale or Trade. Stock and dairy
ranch of 1G0 ncres. on C. & E.
railroad, oue-hnlf mile from town,
nbout 100 acres clenred aud In pas
ture. New seven-room house,
barn, sheep sheds; orchard, out
range, springs running tho year
round. If yon want a good ranch,
this is the one. Apply to Robort
Tassell, Elk City, Or. 9-2S-lm
For Sale. Choice Franquette and
Mayette walnut trees. Guaran
teed true to name. A. E. Au
franc, 1S09 South Commercial
street, Snlem, Or. 10-5-tf
.'Or Kent. New elcht-rnom linnsr.
four acres of ground. Inquire of
Derby & Wilson, real estato office.
10-1 0-1 wk
For Sale. Driving horse, six years
old, gentle, weight 1100 pounds.
On fair grounds car line. C. Mo
For Rent. Room and board, $4 per
week. Inqulro at 578 North High
For Rent. Furnished and unfur
nished rooms at 790 North Com
mercial St. M. A. Dlco, Prop. 5-1-tf
i . .. n
ho imvo n l'arty That wants a
contract to cut 100 or moro cords
of wood. Information at Salem
Steam Laundry. 10-10-3t
Notice I have sold my, business to
Mr. S. A. Manning, who will tako
possession November 1st. All ac
counts must bo settled at onco, as
I will leave Salem In November to
engage In business In tho Yakima
valley, Washington. Do not ask
for extensions. F. A. Wiggins..
At Mrs. C. II. Walkers 221 Com
mercial street, you can got your
clothes dyed, cleaned, pressed or
repaired. Anything from a pair
of gloves to the most elaborato
silk gown. Volvet collars put on,
and all goods paid for If Injured,
Jr. iuiiroii Tho carnontor. hns
removed from 107 State street to
445 Court street.- All old patrons,
as woll as new ones, nronvlted to
Hutto & Wenderotli. Fine winea,
liquors nnd cigars. Wo handle tho
celebrated Kellogg nnd CaBtlo
whiskies. Cool and refreshing beer
constantly on draught. South Com
mercial street. . 9-3-lyr
Salem Iron Works. Founders, ma
chinists and blacksmiths. Manu
facturers of all kinds of sawmill
machinery. Hop and fruit drying
stoves, otc. Manufacturers of tho
Salem Iron Works Hop Press.
It Is worth moro than any othor
bread, yet tho prlco Is no hlghor. For
sale at your grocer's -
Thomas & Cooley, Props.
"8ALHM HOP DEALERS!
rowers or an
crs in hops, Salem, Oregon. Phone
121. Offlco over Salem State
Bank, 115 Commercial street.
C. C. Donovan Hop merchant; rep
resents best firms In America. Cor
ner Commercial and Stato streets,
Salem, Phono Main 137.
Evans' Barber Shop. The only first
class 'barber shop on State street;
everything new and up to date.
Finest porcelain boths In the city.
Shaving ISc, halrcuttlng 25c,
baths 25c. Two flrat-class boot
blacks. C. W, Evans, prop. 8-9
SASH AND DOOR FAOTOKDS8.
Frank TiL Brown. Manufacturer of
easb, doors, mouldings. All kinds of
house flniia and hard wood work.
Front street, bet. State and Court
New and Second-Hand Goods,-
Bought and sold, also ranges,
stoves and cooking utensils, dish
es, granite and tinware ot all kinds
Glvo us a call. O. L. McPeek, 170
South Commercial St. 8-13-ly
UMMdMAHHHltV UbIob lick, acci
dent and pension insurance; $2,
000,000 pledged; every claim paid.
Good agents wanted. J. II, C.
Montgomery, upree organ!,
Box 432 galea, Owe. R. 3
Rjaa, secretary, C4f Stat atte.
Wanted. Five to eight-room cot
tago, modem, unfurnished, or par
tially furnished. Apply to "X,"
Journal office. 10-li-3t.
Wnnted Traveling aud local repre
sentatives, either sex, to present
new, attractive advertising offer of
ilrst-clnss established music school
Permnnont work nnd ndvnncomout
Salary for traveling '$1020 first
year, aud expenses paid weekly.
Josoph Moore, 121 Plymouth, Chi
Wanted. A place whrro a young
boy can work for his board and
room and go to school. Address
Wlllametto University. 9-24-tf
Lost. fox terrier, black and winto;
answers to tho nnmo of "Frlt2lo."
Sultablo roward for return at J.
Morrow's confectionery store.
foresters or America Uount Bhorwoo
Foresters, No. 19. Moots Tuesday Id
Hurst hall, Stato street. U. 8. Rider,
0. B.; A. L. Brown, F. S.
Central Lodgo No. 18, K. of P. Castle
Hnll in Holman block, cornor Stat
and Llborty street. Tuesday of each
week at 7:30 p. m. J. G. Graham, C.
C; W. I. Staloy, K. of B. and 8.
Modern Woodmen of America. Oro-
gon Cedar Camp No. 6240. Moots
ovory Thursday ovonlng at B o'clock
in Holman hall. ' W. W. Hill, V. O ;
F. A. Turner, Clork.
Woodmen of World. Meet ovory Fri
day night at 7:30, la Holman hall.
A. J. Basey, C. C. P. L. Fratlor,
II. O. Cummins Successor to White
Cummins, oxpross, dollvory and
transfer lino. Prompt servico is
our motto. Furnlturo and piano
moving a specialty. Stand at 156
South Commercial otreot. Phono
175. Resldonco phono 968. 8-4-tf
Musical Studio. Frank E. Churchill,
Musical Studio, associato teacher
Wostorn Conservatory, Chicago,
111., representing Inter-Stato Sys
tem at Salem, Oregon. Diplomas
granted upon completion of course
In tho opora House building,
rooms 8 nnd 9. Studio hours, 9
to 12, nnd 2 to G. 9-8-tf
Dr. B. J. Young. Vetorlnary Surgoon
..and dentist, 33 years' experience.
All work guaranteed. Difficult sur
gical operations a specialty, Phon
G81. Offlco at Club Stables. Phone
7, Salem, Orogoa, 3-D-tf
Tlieo. M. Itarr Plumbing, hot water
and steam heating nnd tinning,
3 64 Commercial stroot. Phono
Main 192. 9-1-ly
M, J. Potzol Plumbing, stoam and
gas fitting. Successor to Knox t
Murphy, 220 Comrao-cial streot.
'Phono Mnln 17.
A. L. Frazer Successor to Burroughs
& Frazor, plumbor and tinner, Manu
focturer of copper and galvanlzeJ
iron cornice, and metal skylights,
105 Sate stroot. 'Phono 1511.
vlllo, Mo., under founder of osteJ
patliy. Room 21 Breyraan bldg.,
Commercial street. Phone 87. Bet
deneo 600 State, cor. Church, Phone
1110. TJrcats acuto and ehronlo dis
eases. Examinations tred.
Dr. W. L. Meroer. Graduate of KJrks
ville, Mo., under founder of osteo
pathy. Rooms 25-20 Breyman bldg.,
Commercial St. Phone 019. Resi
dence 410 North Summer street,
Phone 014.. Treats acute sad ehroale
diseaaes. Examination tret.
U VERY AND gAI UTABLKg.
& THE RED FRONT 8TABLRS
M. L. IIARROD, PROPRIETOR, 271
The Fashion Stables
Formerly 81ssson's SUetee.
Up-to-date livery ami sab Use,
Funeral turaouts a specialty, Tally
bo for plcaica and'exeursioas. Pbon
44, C1JAS. W YANNKB, Prop.
247 sad 249 High Street,
SALEM WATER COMPANY
OniOX CITY HALL.
Vor water service ppl7 t elles
Rills payable ssoMkly la sdvaaee
Make all eesaplalats at the .
Launch Coloma yl
AFTER SKPTESH1ER 1ST
Leaves Salem at 2:00 p. m.'
Arrlvo at Independence ..4:30 p. m.
Leave Indopondcnco .... 8:30 a. m.
Arrlvo at Salem 9:30 a. m
Boat subject to chartor on Sundays
and betweon sailing hours.
A. D. PETTYJOHN & SON, Props.
Special Attention to School.
Children Eye Troubles
CHAS. rlT HINGES
123 Commercial Street.
E. M. KIGHTLINGER,
Machinist nnd Manager.
178 South Liberty St.
WE 11UILD ANYTHING THAX
CAN I1E MADE FROM IRON OR
STEEL. NONE RUT FIRST-CLASS
General Repairing Solicited
g ai a 1 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 e 1 1 1 1 m a it
ij LAW SCHOOL
iiOpens Oct. 806
; ; MURPHY BLOCK, SALEM.
:;S. T.RICHARDSON, Dean
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Call on I ? '
Tillson & Co.
151 High st
B. B. B. Fiot.
Ask your grocer for tt.
tids xor '.omit.- j
Couldn't make an announcement
that would please the public better
than when wo tell them that their
laundry work will bo done to perfee
tlon and tho Salem Steam Laundry
can't be competed with anywhere In
the country for the perfection of its
work on linen, alius or woolens. We
defy competition la this line, became If
there were any better methods w
would 'have them at once. Try tut
Sales Steam Laundry. Prices right,
gAUiM 8TXAM LAUNDRT.
Colonel, J, OhBWtead, Prop,
PHONE 2fi. 134-160 8. Liberty 8t
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