Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, August 10, 1907, Page 3, Image 3

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    DA1LK CAPITAL JOURNAL flALEM, OREGON SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1007.
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SOCIAL GOSSIP
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Nasturtium Party.
Mrs. Chnuncey Bishop entertained
about two dozen guests last Tuesday
afternoon nt her home on Liberty
street. It might hnvo been termed
a nasturtium party so much in evi
dence was that pretty flower. Hung
in baskets, brass kettles and ar
ranged in every conceivable place,
they farmed most effective decora
tions. The score cards were also
decorated with thid pretty flower.
GOO was played and Miss Alice
Meyer won the first prize, and Miss
Barbara Eakln the second prize.
Miss Wlnnifred Byrd, the daught r
of Dr. Byrd of this city who has been
(studying music at the Tioston Con
servatory of Music, delighted tho
guests with Boveral piano numbers.
A number of charming young
ladies from out of" town who nre
guests in different Salem homes
woro present among whom wero
Misses Gertrude and Margaret Gray,
of Seattle, Miss Ilda Jones, of Labish
Meadows, Miss Eva Coshow of Elgin,
Miss Sara Rankin of California, Miss
Eleanor Brodle, of Portland and the
Misses Mary and Barbara Eakin of
Astoria.
Mrs. Bishop was assisted in enter
taining and serving by the MlssJ3
Aline Thompson and Alice V. Meyer.
Tea, to be Good,
jjLfbtaer
(joldenGat,
should be free from artificial
coloring it should be pure.
Folger's Golden Gate Teas
are pure healthful re
freshing. Six flavors
Japan English BrcaKfast
Gunpowder Ceylon
Oolong BlacK (EX. Green
Packed flavor-tight in dust-
Thc choice of flavor Droof Cartons,
u a matter of taste r
J. A. Folger . Co. San Francisco
Importers of Faro Tom
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II CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT
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FOR BAIS.
FJSale-TwoVBeated carriogo in
first class condition. Enquire at
CS9 North Commercial street.
8-8-3t
hith on0
For Sale Light two-seated hack.
Enqulro of W. S. Low at stamca.
8-G-lw.
LODGES.
Foresters of America Court Shor-
. wood Forcstors, No. 19. MootB
Tuesday in Hurst hall, Stato street
Leo Abblo, C. R.; A. L. Brown,
F. S.
H-HUimininnff
HE MARKETS. ;;
ke Snlcin a Good Home !
Market.
miiiiiiminn,HJ
QALEM MARKET.
For Salt Good driving and work
ing horso about G years old, wolght
about 1150. Also rubbor tiro
buggy and elnglo harness both
now. 1739 Asylum Ave. 8-C-lw"
For Sale Two fine standard-bred
yearling clots; onoa pacer and ono
a trotter, both top-notchors. Sam
Castro, Fair Grounds. S-7-Ct.
For Sale High-grade Estoy organ,
slightly used, good ns now. Woti-
gor & Chorriugton. b-b-tr.
For wile Good S-room houBO, Sov-
ontoonth Btrcot, 7 lots, small ana
largo fruits, would soil on easy
terms. Also good houso in Oregon
City, and also 80 acros of timber
land six miles from Oregon City.
W. N. Munsey, 356 Seventeenth
street. Phono 1171. 7-29-2wk
Central Lodge. No. 18, K. of P.
Castle Hall la Holman block, cor
ner Stato and Liberty strcota.
Tuesday of qach week at 7:30 p.
m. Oscar Johnson, C. C; E. II.
Anderson, K. of R. and S.
Modern Woodmen of America Ore
gon Cedor Camp No. 5240. Moots
ovory Thursday ovonlng at 8
o'clock in Holman hall. W. W.
Hill, V. C.; F. A. Tumor, clork.
Woodmen of World Moot ovory Frl
day night nt 7:30, in Holman hall,
J. A. Dickey, C. S.; P. L. Frnz
lr, Clork.
Lincoln Annuity Union. Sick, accl-
dont and ponslon insurance; ?3,
000,000 pledgrd; every claim paid
Good agents wanted. J. II. C.
Mongomory, supremo organlzor,
Box432 Salem, Oregon. R. R.
Ryan, secrotary, 540 Stato Btrcot.
ocnl Wholesale. Market.
-ISc.
ler 32,Ac; fat, 31 c.
10c; young chickens, llo.
pi wheat 75 c.
-33c.
ber 121.
or Hard wheat, $5.00; valloy
JM-OO.
feed Bran, $19.50; shorts,
-Cheat, $8.50 9, and clo-
11.00 per ton; timothy, $11.00
LOO per ton.
bsa-M.OO por cwt; potatooa,
per tut.
Cholco, 10 llo; prime to
i, 869c; medium to prime,
itlm bark 4 Vz 3 5c.
bl 20c
fcilr 29 c.
Tropical Fruit.
tana $6.75.
In&es $3(3' $4.
cons $6.00 $0.50.
ItcuUl Market.
I White, $30; wheat, 90c por
rolled baroy, $27.
-25c.
iter Country, 30c; creamery,
f
br Valley, $1.15 $1.20 por
hard wheat. $1.35 $1.40.
w 65c por sack; $21 por ton.
Iy Timothy, 85c por cwt;
I, 60c; clover, GOc per cwt.;
. 95c per cwt.
Livestock.
6s Fat. 6c.
ittte 110001200 lb stoora,
ghter steers 33V4c.
k hecs 0 v, ft Gc.
P8 and heifers 900 1000 lb,
ic,
bmbs 4jc
lal Droased, 5 7c.
In Honor of Coming Bride.
Mrs. W. N. GatenB entertained
nbout thirty young ladles this after
noon In honor of MLb Margurlto
Chamberlain who has been visiting
in this city, part of tho time as tho
guest of Miss Salllo Bush, and tho
rermnindor of tho.timo with Mrs.
Oatens. Miss Chamberlain leaves
for her home Sunday and this is her
last visit in Salem for somo timo as
Bho is to bo riiarripd in September
and then will mako her homo In
Mississippi.
Rod nasturtiums, rod hoarts and
foms formed pretty decorations.
Mrs. Oatens wns assisted in serving
and entertaining by Misses Eva
Coshow and Ilda JonoB. Bridge was
tho amusement of tho afternoon.
Miss Chamberlain has many
friends in thits city, whoro she ha3
been a frequent visitor during har
fnthora administration. Sho Is a
great favorite and hor many frlendB
wish her much happiness.
TENTH AND MORRISON STREETS, PORTLAND, OREGON
A. P. ARMSTRONG. L.U. B., PRINCIPAL
W.1nne tnr oiirrci In n nhort time nild nt Stlinll CXDCItBC. nnil BCndS CftcU 6tU
O.cnt to a position ns soon as competent. Quality is our motto, and reputation for
Uiorough work brings us over 100 calls per monm ior ouicc ucip. iuuiviuui .-.
..u oi,roo mnM nmitross. We tench the loose lcnf. the card Index, tho
Toucher and otlicr modern methods of bookkeeping. Charticr is our shorthnntl;
easy, rapid, legible. Beautiful catalogue, business forms nnd penmanship free
write today. Rclcrcnccs: nny mercunni, any uuuk, nny ucvByuiJcr m i-wuuuw
For Sale Plenty of clover hay, first
quality. Phono 157 Suburban, ii.
Walker, Routo No. 7, Salem.
7-20-lm
For Snlo or Rent Attontlon nursory
mon and farmers, 320 acres, all in
cultivation, deop boII, fiuo improvo
monts, convonlont to rail and nav
igation. This farm is especially
adapted for nursery bUBlnoss. In
qulro of owner, George O'Brien,
490 North Capital street, Salem,
Orogon. 7-20-tf.
MUSICAL.
ArtliurS:m'rJw!cViTw
nno; touch, tochnlc, lutorprotntlou
Thorough preparatory courso. Ad
vanced Btudonts prepared for pub
'Ic appearance. Rcsldonco 058
Center St. Tel. Main 520.
2-28-tf
SASH AND DOOR VAOTOIIIKS.
Dance nt Womlbuni.
Tho baseball team at Woodburn
will open the new Bkatmg rink in
that city with a danco thlB ovonlng
which nromises to bo quite a success
A largo numbor of people from this
city aro going down and will prob
ably stay over and tako In tho base
ball gamo Sunday.
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I'ortbiul Wholesnlo Mnrket-
Ihea'-Chb, 80c; valley, 80c;
stem, 2c
ktsCh ro whlto. l?s.
IWituff Bran, $17.
u7 V. JtRr$17. nlfnlf.
-- -m t , . ,
teh S 9 t
oa:ry-H-ns, 12 13c; spring
". 14 15c; drossed chickens,
l?3C hlchrr thn llva. A,a
fP. 10 lie; pigeons, $1$1.25.
amhs-SrrinE. 9fi9Ur.
otTn7c,
ors Oho.ce, per pound, 67&c
jpt-. Chclse, per pound, 67c.
OOl Valley. COarB tn mnilliira.
SC eastern Oregon, 16 21c.
abttlainVi ru- ,rv..-i- ..,
Jiarrhoea Remedy Botter Than
inree Doctors.
re ytara sen ? v. t...
"With our little hov n OTM-r.
8 th&t ti i. . .
i. , ' .wm uo seemea in
' At USt Whpn nil !,- A
bm. "era ana Dlarrko
Mr ana i -. . . .
rv coaia wwk for."
Ws M Dr. sto- j .
fe nwi.
tillHI HH-l 1 1 1 1 l-t-fr-rt-H
ii THE CHURCHES
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Christian Sclent'O.
First Church of Christ, ScIentLt,
440Chomokota Btrcot. Services Sun
day at 10:30 a. m. Subject of lesson
sermon, "Soul." Sunday school ai
11:45 a. m. The Wednesday evening
moetlng is held at 8 p. m. Reading
-nnm in fhn church oDon each aiter-
noon except Sunday. All aro cordlal-
lv invited to attend tho services ana
tho reading room.
Gospel Clinpel.
Fifteenth and Mill streets. Sunday
school nt 10 a. ro. Preaching at 11
a. m. and 8 p. m, Testimony session
nt 7 p. m. Prayer meeting Friday
evening.
Unitarian.
Corner Cottage and Chemeketfi
streets. Services at 11 a,, m. Preach
ing by the pastor, uev. raui a.
Bandy. All are welcome. No even
ing service.
St. Paul's.
Rev. Barr G. Leo, rector. No sor-
vicos nor Sunday school until Septem
ber 1.
First Methodist Episcopal.
Rev. W. H. Sellock will use as sub
jects of sermons as follews: Morn
ing, "Three Bearors for Every hup
,in nmi nt 8 n. m. "Tho Qualities
of a Good Wife." Special music.
Strangers nro cordially welcome.
W. C T. U.
There will be no services at tha
W. C. T. U. hall Suuduy on account
of tho hall being in the hands of the
painters.
NEWPORT
The-Ideal Pacific
Coast Resort on
YAQUINA BAY
Comfortably and quickly reached from SALEM via Southern
Pacific to Albany, thonco Corvrtllls & Enstorn Railroad.
Round trip ratcB from SALEM, $5,000 for senBon tlckotB, good
for return until October 31st, nnd $3.00 for three day tickets, good
going Saturdays and returning Monday following dnto of saleall
tickets honored for going or return trip from Albany on CorvalH
& Eastern "overy Sundny" excursion train leaving Albany 7:30 A.
M. and returning loavo Newport 5:30 P. M.
For furthor Information call on ticket agent Southern Pacific,
Salem, Corvallis & Eastern, Albany, or
GEO. P. NKVIN'fl,
General Passenger Agent, Corvnlll & Eastern Railroad, Albany, Or.
For Salo Two slnglo top bugglos,
in first-class condition. Ono rub
bor tired. Apply to C. W. Ynnnko,
Fashion atablos. Tolophono 44.
7-18-tf
Frank M. ilrown. Manufacturer ot
Bash, doors, mouldings, All klnda
of houso finish and hard wood
work. Front street, between Stato
and Court. Mako all complaints
at tho oinca.
PhUMIiEIlS.
Highland Store. Wo handlo n full
lino of grocorlcs and frosh meais
and havo lately put In a supply of
tlnwaro. Call and loavo ordor or
phono 490, and try us for prompt
dollvory. W. D. Wheeler.
7-lG-lm
JTIico. AI. Harr Plumbing, hot water
and Btonm heating and tinning.
104 Commercial Btrcot. Fhone
Main 192. 9-1-lyr
M. .1. Putzel Plumbing, Htonm and
gas fitting. SuccosBor to Knox &
Murphy, 220 Commercial stroet,
Prono Main 17.
i
A SQUARE DEAL
WITH A FAIR TRIAL YOU NEED NOT HUY.
I SELL TRACTION AND STATIONERY ENGINES, WOKOM
AND SIIEPARD'S RED nrVER SEPARATORS, ILW BALERS,
STREBI AND ROAD GRADING MACHINERY,
WE HANDLE I THE OURG WAGONS, ENGER BUGGIES,
HACKS AND CARRIAGES.
AVE ARE AGENTS FOR THE ADRIANCE, nUCKEYB MO-
ERS CLIPPER PLOWS AND BLUE RIIIBON CUMIVATORS,
ALSO SOME SECOND HAND PAILM IMPLEMENTS AND
WPA?VSARNISHES AT M.IOLKSALE AND RE
TAIL GLASS AND STAINS OF ALL KINDS. AND PAINTERS
BXJn?UGGY TOPS, DASHBOARDS, WHIPS, ROBES, ETC.
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED, CIRCULARS AND DESCRIP
T1TE CATALOGUES FURNISHED ON APPLICATION.
GEO. B. JACOB, Pop.
For Sale Old papers, 10 cents perl
hundred. Inquire Journnl omco.
FOR RENT
For Rent Or would sou 78-acro
farm, ono and half miles from
city. Also Boveral modorn houses
closo In to rent. Enqulro Joo
Bauragartnor, Bunh'n bank or
phono 738. 8-9- 1W
For Rent Bovon-room houao, hoi
and cold water, oloctrlc light, batb
room. Inqulro of Auk. Schrolb
or, 560 North High Btroot.
3-25-tf
"MI8CELLANI30US.
iIriiiiilwr "arid Fuel Co. Lum
bar .Bhlnglce, building material,
wood and coal. Ixw prlcoH and
prompt dollvorioa. Ono block cast
of B. P. posBcngiC dopot. Phono
198. 7-2-tf
I'lniio Tuner L. L. Wooda, piano ox
port tuning, repairing and polish
ing. Leavo orders at Geo. C.
Will's mualc Btoro, Salem.
2-9-lyr.
WANTED.
Wood Wanted 100 cords or loss,
big fir or largo Bccond growth, de
livered on carB or wagon. Poulton
tlnry foundry. R. B. Fleming, au
porintondont, box 354, Balcm.
7-20-tf
HtnvhiK WantI Experienced worn-
au wishes nowing by tho day. Ad-.
dreBs "X" caro Journal. 8-8-31
nighcfit Cali Price Paid for chick
nns nt Willnmotto Hotel. 4-19-tf
imiiw itiit 1
DRAYMEN.
i
CiiiniulnM HroH Transfer CrmpHny
All kinds of trnnsfor work done.
Furnlturo nnd plnnoB boxod roady
for shlpmont. Prompt Borvlco Ja
our motto. Stand and offlco at
253 South Commorclnl etroot.
Phono 210. Rwoldonce Phono 908.
Conrivto Work. Got my prlcos on
aldowalkB, curbB, septic tanks and
comont work of nny kind. All
work guaranteed flrjt-claBS. M.
Ward, Illghlaud add. Phono 500.
C-ll-tf
Uutto & Wcnderoth Flno wines,
llquora nnd clgnra. Wo linnUio
tho colobrated Kollog gand Castle
whlsklos. Cool and rofroBhlng beer
constantly oa draught. South
Commorclnl Btrcot. 9-3-lyr
Superior Restaurant
153 High Street, Upstair.
First-clans In nil appointments, A
placo for Indies and gentlomon to got
all klnda of Chinese dishes and the
famous LI Hung Chung Chop Buey
and Ynkaroa.
R. H. Baker
Successor to Whey Sen Yow Co., Prop
PHONE 101 MAIN
COR. FRONT AND PINE STREETS
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CroHp
Is a violent inflammation of the
mucous membrane of the wind pipe,
which sometimes extends to the lar
ynx and bronchial tubes; and Is one
of tho most dangerous diseases of
children. It almost always comes oa
in the alekL Give frequent small
doses of Ballard Hordou4 Syrap
aad apply Ballard' Snow Llalwent
exterally to the throat. 2e.
and U.flO, Bold y D. J. Try.
NOW IS THE TIME t0 8avo your cloth,nB hy UB,DB
Dr. Rosemer's Moth Fowatt
Novor known to fall. Leaves no grease, has a pleasant odor, and
will keep articles free from moth and is germ-proof.
For sale by all druggists, 25
Manufactured by
BERLIN 5IEDICTNE CO.
Enlarged
Our mont market on EaBt Stato
Btroet has boon doubled In bUo and
wn nro bottor proparod thnn ever to
Borvo customors. Prompt sorvlco and
tho host of moats our motto, can
or phono 199. B. E. Edwards, Prop.
Wo Aro Caah Purchasers Of poul
try, eggs, nnd all klnda of farm
produco. Berry crates made up
In unlimited quantities. Capital
Commission Co., 207 South Com
mercial Btroot, Balom. Phono Male
179.
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Attention, Ladlca. I havo opened a
parlor at 464 Court street, in me
I. O. O. P. building, whoro I am
prepared to do shampooing and
manicuring. Bcalp treatment a
specialty. Children' hair treatod
Phone 477. 7-291ra
RUILDINCJ A HOUSE
Wo can auDDly you with tho Iu-
bor you notd at the price that will
materially oconomuo in tuo co.
Just come nnd so9 us and look over
our yards.
GOODALE LUMBER CO.,
Yard Near Depot,
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To tlie Ooatv Good teams ana cov
ered hack for laklag cawpisg
Startle to the eoaat asd woustalai.
Terwa roale. . M. Aeker
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