Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, August 06, 1907, Page 3, Image 3

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    DAILT OAPiTAL JOURNAL, BALEM, OREGON TUESDAY, AUGUST 0, 1007.
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Your
Doctor
Will
Tell
You
That
You Nded
A Natural Tonic
fceBljO'y -I"." .I , 1 ntion to
t beneficial way of helping
Slum w overcome lassitude.
id n. 1AXWU3
,NIC VERMIFUGE
,nd builds tip tneooay in wiu
in? : " .hfnnrh the stow
farLJnn condition ofl
L A u" !.... .! a
14b tast .i""y; :. rv:
' t Tonic VermlfUEO
.tJ'j-..A nnd restores
7nonnd healthy condiUon
, the restored Biomaw'""" -ffup
and brin-c body
to a staio oi p
i, the natural way.
f.m'iEiptCtorantls the oldest I
ll J IIIM I
committee reported that tho concrete
bridge would probably bo finished
during next week.
A fourteen days vacation was or
dered to be allowed to the city mar
shal, recorder, and all members of
the fire police and street depart
ments.
A motion to employ a surveyor to
survey and establish the center of
East State street, preparatory to tho
Improvement of tho street was pass
ed.
o
SMILES
JNGIL
WANTS A
DEPOT
(Commences to Prepare, to Begin
iloCommcnce to Get Ready
to Pave
I the regular meeting of tho city
tcil last evening a resolution wn3
ilmously adopted for the pur-
cf tecurlng better freight and
enwr drtiot accomodations.
it hM been several complaints of
Kiting forth tho Inadequacy of
present facilities to handle
kht and nccomodato passenger,
tie following resolution was In-
laced
Whereas, the amount of freight
passenger business transacted hi
cltr of Salem, Oregon, by tho
Ihern Pacific company urently cx-
J the business of Hko character
acted at any station of said corn-
la tho state of Oregon outside
'ortland, and,
I'hereas, the passenger and freight
ot bulldtngi In tho city of Salem,
ton, are absolutely lnadenuato
the transaction of tho business
aired, and.
Whereas, the sanltnry and other
"Jltlons at the pnssonger depot in
i ci.y are deplorable; therefor be
Resolved, hv tho common rnnnnll
he cltv of Salmi, Oregon, .that tho
road commission of Oregon bo
the same is hereby requested to
tlgae tho facilities for tho
'taction Of fl'plL'M ntwl nnaonnr(.r
tows ty the Southern Pacific com
ix In tlrn cltv of Salem, Oregon,
'the sau'taiy and other conditions
the passrncrr denot bulldlne nnd
'ndi in tho Cty of salora, Oregon,
:h burd'ngn as are necessary for
proprr -rlntaPtlon 0l buajneg,
the rTriIer nrnrnmnilnHnn tt lin
Mt ha ng business with said
Wv and that the building and
SIi at ho pasgenear donot ho
Cd in A cnnitnrv nnmllMnit nn.1
"o E- mj, at tho main passon
rP' .ma at the fair crounds be
tin v '!m1,p,i ,i.i., (i, .i.i .
fh r'sht
36 It fi'thfr rASl1vwl tln) t,n
r0r ar'l r-corder of tho city of Sa-
-t"u, De ana they are hereby
1CPd Q flirnUll tkx .ntl.nn.l
Ui..n ..f Oregon a copy .of these
unaer the seal of the
For good "old Oregon" sako, 't
Is tlmo to dig up Jefferson Myers and
vun him for governor along with
Joaquin Miller for United States
senator.
Frederick Woyorhauser, the mul
tlmlllionnlro, occupies a full page
interview in the Sunday papers to
prove that ho "Is a man of few
words.
e
Salem can't get as good a thing
ns city government by commission.
Wo shall hobblo along in the old
way. two years and a half building
n little herring box of a bridge that
ought not tako three months to con
struct. But It would not do to go
too fast. Thcro might be another
city built up in Oregon and that
would bo one too many.
For tho ofilco of bank examiner
It Is assumed that a candidate for
appointment must havo had con
siderable experience at bnnklng. Bui
for survoyor general, superintendent
of blind school, or reform school,
any old political hack will do. Is
that Republicanism?
. a. a
Somo of the men In tho employ of
tho Harrlman system would neve
havo discovered that there was any
thing bohlnd tlmo in their service
hero but for the unmerciful Jnbblng
they havo been getting from tho
press, tho commission, and tho legis
lature. It would havo Bavod Mr.
Harrlman somo troublo to havo had
fowor barnaclcB nnd parasites
aboard.
I
Dry Goods Specials
iii nm iiwmhii iiiiBii mi "rM"1 i iiTTrmtmTirTTrnTTiniiwwrTj'rri
AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES
Calico Cc per yd
Shirtings 1(o per yd
Apron Glnghnmo 7c per yd
only . 5c, 10c or 12c yd
India Lawn, whlto, -10 Inches wide, fine quality, worth 40c
Pretty Lawn, thro espccials at 23c per yd
Ladies' Gloves in Great Demand
Llsio Thread Glovos 25c or 35c up to 50c a pair
Long Lisle Thread Glovos at 50c or 75c n pair
Long Silk Lislo Thread Glovos $1.00 a pair
Sleeveless Vests, rogulnr or yxtra sizes 10c up to 25c each
Children's Knit Waists, 25c article, at 15c
Toweling at 5c a yd. up. Towels at 5c each and up
Children's Straw Hats at . . ; 10c, 19c or 25c each
Men's 50c Blnck and White Striped Overshlrts at 40c each
Bovs' Knee Pants at 25c a pair
Boys' Doublo Overalls, llko 2 pair In one price 50c
Children's Hosiery, special good values, at 10c a pair
Hosiery, never wenr out brand, at 15c n pair
ROSTEiN & GREENBAUM
240246 Commercial St
itj-Mtf ;- f if i l mi 1 1
CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT I
lMw"ww
FOR RALE
A Simp if taken at once, one comer
lot, 50x270, corner of 12th and
Cross streots, Yow Park. Also 400
pound DoLnvol cream soparator,
good ns new. F. A. Sutton, R. F.
U. Nd. 1. rhono Fnrmors 93.
8-3-3t
1
Jersey Hull Calf for Sate Pure bred
and suporb animal, four months
old. Will soil reasonably. T. H.
Blundell, Mornlngsido. Phono
1372. S-3-3t
LODGES.
Foresters of America Court Sher
wood Forostors, No. 19. Mout
Tuosday in Hurst hall, Stnto streot
Leo Abblo, O. R.J A. L. Brown
F. S.
Central Lodge No. 18, 1C. of P.-
Castle Hall in Holman block, cor-
nor Stnto and Llborty Btreots.
Tuosday of each wddk at 7:30 u.
in. ' Oscar Johnson, C. C; E. II.
Andorson, K. of It. nnd S.
For salt Good 8-room house, Sev
enteenth street, 7 lots, Bmnll and
largo fruits, would sell on easy
terms. Also good house- in Oregon
City, and also 80 ncrcs of timber
land six miles from Oregon City.
W. N. Munoey, 35G Soventoenth
streot. Phono 1171. 7-29-2wk
For Sale Plenty of clover hny, first
quality. Phono 157 Suburban. II.
Walker, Routo No. 7, Salem.
7-29-lm
Modern Woodmen of America Oro-
gon Cedar Camp No. 524G. Moots
every Thursday ovonlng at 8
o'clock In Holman hall. W. W.
Hill, V. C; F. A. Tumor, clerk.
Woodmen of World Meet ovcry Frl
day night nt 7:30, In Holman hall,
J. A. Dlckoy, C. S.; P. L. Frax
lr, Clerk.
President Kerr of tho Agricultural
collego actually knows something
nbout scientific agriculture. He
knows llttlo or nothing nb'out prac
tical politics, but n heap about tho
poultry Industry, stock-raising and
rotation of cropB. Ho Is extending
tho department of domestic Bclonco.
More shall learn to cook nnd fowor
to bo bookkeepers and stenog
raphers. All It takes to bo a political suc
cess is lots of hand-Bhnking, hot-air,
fawning, nnd flattery. If you hnvo
opinions or nblllty carefully conceal
tho nossnsslon. Get tho church
voto and the saloon vote and join all
tho lodges, keep your mouth shut
and your bowels open and high ofllco
nwaitB you.
o
In Squashvllle.
"Do you havo. many births In this
town?" asked tho visitor, of the na
tive "Quito a fey every night," ro
plled III Holler as ho continued
whittling.
' "Then your population must bo
Increasing quito rapidly," said tho
visitor.
"Not very." replied HI, winking at
tho crowd. "You see, most of Mie
berths come in on tho night Pullman."
Whoreat tho village cut-tips
laughed uproariously. Wllwaukeo
Sentinel.
A SQUARE DEAL
AND A FAIR TRIAL OF OUR FARM IMPLEMENTS AND
MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS. IF YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED
WITH A FAIR TRIAL YOU NEED NOT BUY.
I SELL TRACTION AND STATIONERY ENGINES, NICIIOL'S
AND SHEPARD'S RED RIVER SEPARATORS, ILVY IIALEIIS,
STREET AND ROAD GRADING MACHINERY.
vn ii,inr,B THE nURG WAGONS, ENGER BUGGIES,
'i HACKS AND CARRIAGES.
...... ., .invma -rvT mxm ATnTAVfTR. TtliniCKYE MOW.
j ERS, CLIPPER PLOWS AND BLUE RIBBON CULTIVATORS,
I ALSO SOME SECOND HAND FARM IMPLEMENTS AND
NJ WAfJflXS VKIIY CHEAP.
3 iAlTfl. OILS AND VARNISHES AT WHOLESALE AND RE-
...... , ..
TAIL, GLASS AND STAINS OF ALL KINDS, AND l'iUHTlfiiui
SUPPLIES.
BUGGY TOPS, DASHBOARDS, WHIPS, RORE9, ETC.
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED, CIRCULARS AND DESCRIP
TIVE CATALOGUES FURNISHED ON APPLICATION.
GEO. B. JACOB, Pop.
COR. FRONT AND PINE BTIlUOTtt
For Snlo or Rent Attontlon nursery
men nnd farmers, 320 ncres, all In
cultivation, deop soil, flno improve
ments, convonlont to rail and nav
igation. Thla- farm 1b especially
adapted for nursery business. In
qulro of owner, Gcorgo O'Brien,
490 North Cnpltal streot, Salem,
Oregon. 7-20-tf.
For Snlo Two singlo top buggies,
In first-class condition. Ono rub
bor tired. Apply to C. W. Ynnnko,
Fashion Btnblos. Telophono 44.
7-18-tf
Lincoln Annuity Union. Sick, accl
dont and pension Insurance; $2,
000,000 pledgrdj ovcry clnlm paid
Good ngonts wanted. J. II. C
Mongomory, aupromo organizer,
Box432 Salem, Oregon. R. R
Ryan, secretary, 54 C Stato Btroot
MUSICAL.
Arthur von Jceson Tcachor of pi
ano; touch, tcchnlc, Interpretation
Thorough preparatory course Ad
vanced Btudonts prepared for pub
Mo appearanco. RoHldonco 058
Contor St. Tel. Main 52G.
2-28-tt
Highland Store. Wo handlo a full
lino of grocorlos nnd fresh ments
and havo lately put in a supply of
tlnwaro. Call and leavo order or
phono 49C, nnd try ub for prompt
dollvory. W. D. Wheeler.
7-lC-lm
For Snlo Old papors, 10 conta por
hundred. Inqulro Journal office.
SASH AND DOOR FACTORIES.
Frank M. Brown. Manufacturer ot
sash, doom, mouldings. All klndo
of Iioubo finish and hard wood
work. Front Btroot, botwoon Stnto
and Court. Mako all complnlnto.
at tho ofllco.
For Sale Household goods; canned
fruit nnd chickens, 1303 Eigh
teenth and Nebraska BtreetB.
8-1-lw?
TIIONE 101 MiIN
".riiillfMl
USB
PLUMBEBS.
Theo. M. Hnrr Plumbing, hot water
nud steam hoatlng and tinning.
104 Commercial Btroot. Phono
Main 102. 0-1-lyr.
SELF RISING
B. B. B.
Flour
For Boston Brown Bread, Grlddlo Cakes, Mufllus and Plum Pudding.
ALLEN'S B. R. B. FLOUR CO., INC., BAN dose, vm.
SaSjgg
BUILDING A nOUSB
Wo can nupply you with thd lurn
bor you notd at tho price that will
materially economize In tho coat
Just como and boo us and look over
our yards.
GOODALE LUMBER CO.,
Tarda Near Depot.
holtttloOM
Ir"
The
Ordinance ln . .. x ..-
1, , 'urt between Com-
,., " ' v uurn came up for tho
J reading and was adopted. The
d!'f,er.!8 ,Mtrd to call for
TePrn!ft.h08treet
Ktfn PL Pav,ng orainace,
rred t cona t,me and re
I,.,. . -"", niouz and Haas.
U thl 'r an "dJnance providing
.vh'S of a new franchUo
,!n!ralElecm-
Mi ths ,, ana after be,nS'
K.f. ' atti an second time vnK
W::v o tho ami !.."
Pure Teas
are healthful-nerve
soothing-delicious.
FOLGER'S
GOLDEN GATE
TEAS
JJLfelS"
L...itl
Tea
gevjM
Ceylon
Japan
Oolong
English
BreaKfaat
Gunpowder
BlacK 0D,
Gren
are pure. Packed flavor
tight in dust-proof car
tons to protect their
purity and flavor.
j. a. rigr m. c.
fc rraitsa
Iaaarmra t Tr Ta
"DON'T LI?T THIS HAPPEN
TJ..f ttmaA trond resolutions that
you made on January 1st into eneci
at once by replacing your old plumb
ing with tho newest ideas in sanitary
open plumbing, and you wm ue nu
nr , nnnovanco of leaking pipes
and flooded floors, as well as doctor's
bllh?. Wo will furnish estlmaies ior
plumbing, gas fitting and satisfaction
is guaranteed as to workmanship and
charges.
A. L. ERASER
jMM Stato Btat.
PtMNM IS.
THE BEST ROAST THE
FAMILY EVER HAD
Can bo obtained from our prlmo
tender and Juicy beef, mutton or
pork. All our meata aro selected
from tho choicest, and prepared for
tho tablo to suit tho demand of the
fastidious. Our prices nro lowor for
quality than you can find at any
placo In Salem,
E. C. CROSS,
Phono 201. 370 Stato St
FOR RENT
For Rent Sovon-room house, hoi
and cold wator, electric light, bath
room, Inqulro of Aug. Schrelb
or, 500 North High Btroot.
3-2G-tf
,M. J. PotJtcl Plumbing, atenm andt
gna fitting. Successor to Knox A)
Murphy, 220 Commorclnl stroet,
Prono Main 17.
MISCELLANEOUS.
7ocetLuiiiIer nnd Fuel Co. Lum
betr .shlnglofl, building material,
wood and coal. Low pricoH and
prompt dollvorlos. Ono block oast
of S. P. pasacngtc dopot. Phono
198. 7-2-tf
Piano Tuner L. L. Woods, piano ox
port tuning, ropnlrlng and polish
Ing. Leavo orders at Geo. C.
Will's music Btoro, Salem.
2-9-lyr.
Concrete Work. Got my prices on
aldowalks, curbs, Beptlo tanks nnd
comont work of any kind. All
work guaranteed first-class. M.
Ward, Highland add. Phono 5C9.
C-ll-tf
Butte & Wcntleroth Flno wlnos,
Hquora and clgara. Wo handlo
tho colobratod Kollog gand Castle
whlsklos. Cool and refreshing beer
constantly on draught. South
Commercial stroot. 9-3-lyr
WANTBD.
WroodViintcd---100 cords or loss.
big fir or largo second growth, de
livered on cars or wagon. Ponlton
tiary foundry. R. B. Fleming, su
perintendent, box 3G4, Salem.
7-2C-tC
IIIghcHt Ch1i Price Paid for chick
ons nt Wlllamotto Hotol. 4-18-W
Wnntt'd At onco, girl to do laundry.
work at Salem Hotol. 8-2-3C
Hay Wanted Ton tona of good
votch nnd grnln hny wanted soon.
Hofor Bros., Journal oinco, Salem,
8-2-3t
DRAYMEN.
Send the Family
Washing To Us
and you'll never bother with having
It done at home again. Time was
whon every family could not afford
to send the washing to a laundry,
but times have changed so, too,
have the methods and prices. Today
you can better afford to send tht
family washing hero than not to,
Ask about our prices on family wash
ing, rough dry, or finished.
The Salem
Steam Laundry
Phone 25. 130-100 S. Liberty St.
Superior Restaurant
188 High Street, Upstairs.
Flrct-class in all annolntmentfl. A
place for ladles and geatlimea to get
all kinds of Chinese dlshe and the
famous Ll Hung Chung Chop Suey
and Yakaiaa.
R. H. Baker
IgHceeMer to Wbey m Yew Ce Pe
Enlargt'd
Our moat markot on Enst Stato
Btroot has boon doubled In slzo nnd
wo aro bettor prepared than ever .o
Bervo customorB. Prompt eervlco and
tho host of moatB our motto. Call
or phono 199. B. E. Edwards, Prop.
I
CummlnH Bros.' Transfer C'uipany
All klnda of transfer work dono.
Furnlturo nnd pianos boxod roady
for Bhlpmont. Prompt Borvlco Is
our motto. Stnnd and ofllco at
253 South Commorclnl Btroot.
Phono 210. Residence Phono D08.
,
LOST.
I-BlhQW length whlto alllc glove.
Flndor ploaso leavo eamo ut Jour
nal ofllco. 8-5-3t
Tjst Brlndlo Shepherd pup two
tnontliB old. Return to A. E, West,
i tiai n. 1'iiurcn. o-u-ji-
Wo Aro Ciwh Purchasers Of poul
try, eggs, and all kinds of farm
produce. Berry crates mado up
in unlimited lunntltles. Capital
Commission Co., 267 South Com
mercial street, Salem. Phono Main
179.
Attention, Ladle. I hnvo opened a
parlor at 404 Court atroet, In the
I. O. O. F. building, whore I am
prepared to do shampooing and
manicuring. Scalp troatment a
specialty. Children' hair treated
Phono 477. 7-291m
To tho Const. Good teams and cov
ered hackB for taking camping
parties to tho coast and mountains.
TormB reasondblo. E, M. Ackor
man, 11 C Miller street, Salem.
8-2-lm
FOUND.
Found Ono long white alllc ladles'
glove. Owner can havo same by
calling at Journal oflce and paying
for title adv. tf.
J. OT. LAWRENCE
Formerly Baker, Lawrence & Baker.
Reliable Grocer, At the OW
Stand
HotxtsTErr
Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets
A Bsir Medlolat for Buy FmpI.
Srlngi Qoldoa Jlulth esl Xtatwfri Vljw.
X n-ciflo forOout(jvtlin.Imllirtlon,WM
Mid Kidney Trouble, l'lrnph-, Kcmiva, Impu
Wool. M4 Breaih. ffluiwf.h jlowel. HelcU
mj Htckacue. Jl' llcky Mountain Te lu U
let form, an cmt box. .Oenujua bj
Motus-rKM Vmq Cosimnv, MsjIIjkiu, WW.
MilU N4MMTI FOi SALLW WW-'
lnna Gesner of the brldw