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    DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. MALUM. OREGON. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1007.
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HOFER BROS., Pfctehe Proprietors
H. HOFER, Editor. A. P. HOFER, Manager.
THE JOURNAL STANDS FOR PROGRESS, DEVELOPMENT,
GOVERNMENT. AND NO DEGRADfll) LABOR.
GOOD
SEPARATION.
A wall has grown between tho two
A' strong, thick wall, though all unseen;
Nono know whon first tho stones wore laid,
Nor how tho watl was built, I ween.
And yot their lives wore wldo apart,
Although they shared one board, one bed;
A caroloss oyo saw naught amiss,
Yet each was to tho other dead.
Ho, much absorbed In work and gain,
Soon grow unmindful of his loss,
A hard lndifforenco worso than hato
Changed lovo's puro gold to worthless dross,
Sho suffered tortures all untold; -
Too proud to mourn, too tftrong to dlo;
The wall prossod heavy on her heart; i
Hor white faco showed hor mlsory.
Such walls nro growing day by day i
Twlxt man nnd wife, 'twlxt frlond and friend
Would they could .know, who lightly build,
How sad nnd blttor 1r the end.
A caroless word, an unkind thought,
A slight neglect, a taunting tone
Such things as thoso, before wo know,
Havo laid tho wnll's foundation stono.
Catarrh
la a constitutional disease originating In
imparo blood and requiring constitutional
treatment acting through and purifying tho
blood for Its radical and permanent cure.
The greatest constitutional remedy Is
Hood's Sarsaparilla
In usual liquid form or In chocolated
tablets known as Sarsatabs. 100 doses $1.
Nasal and other local forms of catarrh
arc relieved by CatarrlctB, which allay in
flammatlon and deodorize discharge. 60ft.
iniimiiiiiiinnK
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THE MARKETS.,;;
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fnko Salem a Good Home .
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IRRIGATION OP MARS.
That tho co-cnllod canals scon by tho astronomers on tho planet Mnrs
"tiro not cnnals, but aro bolts of vogotatlon In nn oxtonslvo Irrigated dis
trict with Irrigating canuls probab'y furnishing tho bordors In a theory
"of ticiontlsts.
WORD HAH RISEN RECEIVED FROM THE SOUTH AMERICAN EX
SEDITION THAT DOUItLE CANALS HAVE RISEN SEEN AND THAT
X)AHES HAVE I1EEN PHOTOGRAPHED.
Tho linos on Mars nppcar at ono aoason and disappear at another, so
tho nstronomors talk of the Martian spring nnd tho Martian autumn.
Tho suppoBod suowcnpu 'appearing at ono season nro not seen nt an
"Othor, ho It Is Inforrod Hint tho auowmoltK during tho Mnrtlnn aummor
nnd tho wntor thorofrom fills tho Irrigation cnnnls.
Jtistlco Stnlin of tho Mnrylnud nendotny of sclonco referring to tho
vogotatlon belts which have boon called cnnnls bocnuso thoy aro long
linos suggoHtlng canals, says:
"If all this vegetation Is produced by artificial means, who and what
produces them? n
"I only hoo ono solution to tho problem, and that Is that Mara Is In
habited by Intelligent bolngs mon."
Mr. Stalin nrguos that tho straight linos aro Indications thnt Mars Is
Inhabited by Intelligent bolngs, for naturo does not favor Btralght llrus,
rm earth at loast.
Tho vogotatlon belt. nro suppoaod to bo from 40 to 100 mllos wldo
nnd novoral tliotiRuml mllos long.
If tho astronomers of Mars do not hnvo PAR MORE POWERFUL
TELESCOPES THAN WE POSSESS, THEY WILL HARDLY IMS
COVER SIGNS OF HUMAN ACTIVITY HERE THROUGH THE IRRI
GATED TRACTS, for thoy nro not of such d'monslons ns those of Mars
obHorvod by "onrthly" solontlBto. t
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' WELLS NEAR TIDEWATER.
for what they aro worth and not
seldom taken In for all' they aro
worth."
o
Too Touch to Kill.
"Who was that, doctor, who spoke
to you JuBt now?"
"My first patient. I havo been his
medical adviser for tho last twenty
years."
"My goodncBsI What a splendid
constitution ho must hacol" Ally
Slopcr's Half-Holiday.
o
Why Fret nnd Worry
When your child has a sovore cold.
You need not fear pneumonia or
other pulmonary diseases. Keep sup
plied with Ballard's Horchound
Syrup a posltlvo euro for Colds,
Coughs, Whooping Cough and Bron
chitis. Mrs. Hall of Sioux Falls, R.
D., wrltos. "I havo used your won-
dorful Ballard's Horchound Syrup,
on my chlldron for flvo years. Its re
sults havo boon wonderful." Sold by
D. J. Fry.
SALEM, MARKET.
lie.
Local Wholcdalo Market.
Eggs 18 c.
Butter 32 c; fat, 31 c.
Hens 10c; young chickens,
Local wheat 7 Be.
Oats 32c.
Barley $20.
Flour Hard wheat, $5.00; valloy
$3.85?4.00.
Mill food Bran, $19.50; shorts,
$21.
Hay Cheat, $10 11, and clovor,
$8.50 9 per ton; timothy, $13.
Onions $4.00 per cwt; potatoos,
$1.01 per cwt.
Hopa Cholco, 10 lie; prime to
choice, 8 9c; medium to prime.
8c.
Chlttlm bark 4 5c.
Wool 20c
Mohair 29c.
"" " Words of Praioo
For tho eovoral Ingrcdlonts oi which Dr.
Plcrco's medicines aro coraposco, as glv j
by leadors In all tho sovcral BcnnoL of
modlclno, should havo far mbro wMght
than any amount of nou-professlonal tes
timonials. Dr. Plcrco's Favorite Prescrip
tion has the uadoe or HONEBTT on every
bottlo-wrappor, In a full list of all Ita In
gredients printed In plain English.
If you aro nn Invalid woman and suffer
from frequent headache, backache, gnaw
log dlstrfei In stomach, periodical paint,
dlsagreolWo, catarrhal, pelvic drain,
draggltfcdown distress In lower abdomen
or pelvis, perhaps dark spots or speck
danchfg boforo tho eyes, faint spells and
klndHol symptoms caused by fcraalo weak
ness, oEfthof derangement of the fomlnlns
organs. Mi can not do hotter than take
Dr. PJerrtjp Favorlto Prescription.
Tho hjdtal, surgeon's knife and opera
ting tabjtrnay bo avoided by the timely
use of iFavorlUi Prescription" In such
cases. Themoy tno opnoxiaus fsnrnm
atlons anfllcciM lrMropnlF "f W family
offioaT
f DIRECTOR
physician can bo avoided and a J
COlirSflOl Bliccusaiui ui;uiiieiin.ai ii-y
in ill,. urlvJl'dY dlTthcLhome." "rave
Projrlntinn,McomuoscdoI the very
Favor) u
Whothor wolls noar tldowntor nro nffootcd by tho flow of tho tldo nnd
by tho Halt wntor of tho mm was Investigated by tho Unltod Status geo
logical Hiirvoy In tho study of tho undorgrouud wntir resources of tho
'conHtttl plain of Virginia.
ArtoMlnn wolU yielding largo quantities of wator aro found along tho
coast of Virginia.
It wan found that tho wator of most of those wolls Ib admirably adapt
od to hntiHohold use, th'iugh hoiiio of thorn contain ouough mineral
Malts In solution to inako trouble in stoaiu boilers.
A variation of flow with tho rlmo and fall of tho tldo was olxorvcd.
THE KIOW OP THE ARTESIAN WELLS WAS GREATER AT FLOOD
THAN AT Kllll TIDE.
Well ilrllUtin of tho region snld noarly all (lowing wolls noar tidal
vlvors or liilots from opou bays fool tho distant son, hut In some tho
variation ht ho slight as to bo hardly notlaoablo.
Referring to tho uhnugos In wator lovols oborvod In wolls nunr tho
tidowutor, a roport of tho survoy observes:
"It Is oiiHtomary to explain thueo change by Hitpposlng a direct con
nection botwoon tho rlvor, lako or bay, hut In innny places, as In
wnstern Virginia, such connection Is clearly Imposslblo, owing to tho
depth of tho wolls nnd tli naturo of tho Intorvonlug bods, snmo of
them donno, tough marls and olays.
Thoso hods, howovor, though thdy do not transmit water, nevertheless
contain It and, ns wntor In practically Incomprosslblo, nny variation of
level on tho rlvor or bay Is transmitted to tho well through tho water
Ill lod gravels, sands, clnyd nnd marls.
WHEN A POROUS RED IS TAPPED RY A WELL THE WATER
RISES TO THE POINT OF EQUILIRRIUM AND FLUCTUATES AS THE
HAND OFjrilE OCEAN VARIES ITS PRESSURE ON THE REDS THAT
CONFINE THE ARTESIAN FLOW."
So tho variation In tho luvol and tho flow would not uccossarlly
mean that huh wntor found its way Into tho well.
If tho proposed 1,000-foot well is driven at South Tacoma, somo In
teresting obsorvatlous may b mndo along tho lino of tho Investiga
tion of tho geological survoy In Virginia, particularly If tho deep well
should turn out to bo artuslau.
"What would you call tho color of
Mrs. SwlBtloy's hair?"
"I think I'd call It fickle." Clovo
lnnd Plain Denier.
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For nn Impaired Appetite.
To Improvo tho appotlto and
strengthen tho digestion try a fow
doses of Chamhorlaln's Stomach and
LIvor Tablots. Mr. J. II. Soltz of De
troit, Mich., says: "Thoy rostorcd my
appctlto when Impaired, rollovod mo
of a bloating fooling and cnuscd a
ploasant and satisfactory movomonl
of tho bowels." Prlco 25 conta. Sam
ples frco. For snlo at Dr. Stono'a
drug storo.
o
"Do you think you dorlvo nny
bonoflt from going to church?"
"I cortnlnly do. My wlfo dnro not
tnlk to mo, and I can always finish
my morning's sloep." Mllwaukco
Sontluol.
Tropical Fruits.
Bananas $6.75.
Oranges $3 $4.
Lomons $6.00 $0.50.
Retail Market.
Oats While, $30; wheat, 90c por
hu.; rollod barloy, $27.
Eggs 25 c.
Buttor Country, 30c; creamory,
40c.
Flour Valloy, $1.10 1.20 per
sack; hard wheat, $1.35 $1.40.
Bran 65c por sack; $20 por ton.
Hay Timothy, 85c por cwt;
cheat, 70c; clovor, 50c por cwt.;
shorts, 95c por cwt.
Livestock.
Hogs Fat, 6c.
Cattlo 1100 1200 tt iteors,
3&c.
LIghtor stoors 3 3 c.
Stock hogs 5 Vj 6c.
Cows and holfors 900 1000 lb,
22c.
Lambs 4 c.
Voal Dreaued, 5 7c.
best
nativo nWlelnal roots known to medical
science for tho euro of woman's peculiar
allmcn!?, c'"''"1 rn p'ol and no
harmful or habit-forming drugs.
Do not expect too much from "Favorite
Prescription; " It will not perform mira
cles : It will not dlsolve or euro tumors.
No medicine will. It will do as much to
establish vigorous health In most weak
nesses and ailments peculiarly Incident to
women as any medicine can. It must bo
given a fair cnanco by perseverance In IU3
use for a reasonable length of time.
Y?'l fian't nfpr'f n "'"p1 " """- n""
trum ns a ruhstltiito f"r tllH moy "
Sick women aro Invited to consult Dr.
Plorco,by letter, free. All correspond
ence Is guarded as sacredly socrot and
womanly confidences aro protected by
professional privacy. Addross Dr. It. V.
Plerco, Buffalo, N. Y. .....
Dr. Plerco's Ploosant Pollots tho best
laxative and regulator of tho bowela
Thoy Invigorate stomach, liver and
bowislB. Oo a laxatlvo; two or throe s
cathartic. Easy to take as candy.
CORVALLIS & EASTERN R. R.
Don't Ro Rluo
And loso nil Intorost when holp Is
within rench. Horblno will make
that liver porform Us dutlos propor-
ly. J. B. Vaughn Elba, Ala., wrltoar
Doing n constant sufforor from con
stlpntion nnd n disordered liver, 1
hnvo found Horblno to bo tho host
modlclno, for thoso troubles, on tho
markot. I havo usod It constantly
I holtovo It to bo tho host modlclno of
Its kind, nnd I wish nil sufforers
from thoBo troublos to know tho good
Horblno has dono mo." Sold by D.
J Try.
o 1 .
Tho Vrgt'tnrlau.
For inn oxlstonco Ib reploto
With satisfaction doop.
I euro not for ,tho prlco of moat
So long as grass Is chonp.
Washington Star.
Portland Wholcsalo Market.
Wheat Club, 80c; valloy, 80c;
bluo stem, 82c.
Oats Cholco whlto, $25.
Mlllstuff Bran, $17.
Hay timothy, $15 $17; alfalfa,
$13.
Vetch $8.50.
Poultry lions, 12 13c; spring
chlckons, 14 15c; droBSOd chickens,
llc higher than llvo; ducks,
young, 10llc; pigeons, $1$1.25.
Pork Best, 7 8c.
Lambs Spring, 99c.
Mutton 7c.
Hops Cholco, por pound, 67,ic
Hops Cholso, por pound, 67c.
Wool Valloy, conrso to modlum,
2021c; oastorn Oregon, 1621c.
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Wo Novor MUs Thorn.
In "Somo Americana Abroad." la
tho AutMidt Everybody', Hooth
Tarklugton nays of a certain olas
of Amorlcuus to li mot with In
Eurepe:
thm, that 'donr Countoss Blank was
saying' to thorn, 'only yottorday,'
and also thnt 'Lord Fuathorson-
hnugh,' otc
"Such pooplo boo not only too
much but too little In 'the Uto ovor
"Tho latter olass appoars to bo In-thare.' which llfo moans to them a
croaalng vory rapidly; tho class of ronlly lutorostlng nnd thrilling strug
tho ullonatwd, of thoio who say: K0 for wJ,ut thoy bollovo to bo
'Shawly you novor Intunil returning J, ,oaltlon' nnd 'social rocognltlou.'
to tho Status to llvo! It's all vory jRowovor, tholr 'ollmhlnR' upward
woll to ruu buck for n fow weeks through tho Continental 'foreign
now nnd then to soo one's frluuds - .colonlos and out Into nntlvo
but living thoro? Oh, quit Im
j)osblo!' "Perhaps this seoms oxnggerutod.
Perhaps It may bo thought founded
not on reality but upon u comic
wookly. On tho contrary, thlk of
tho kind la exceedingly common In
tho American colonies ou tho conti
nent, und tho pooplo who say such
things are thoso who usually man
m to ineutlou, In the couno of any
conversation you may havo with
Conti
nental rocloty Is more picturesque
than most climbing nt homo, be
en u so upon tho Continent It Is more
visible nud conspicuous. Tho rungs
Of the ladder are sharply donned.
And, of conrso, a climbing Ameri
can finds his task much easier In n
Europeuu city than ho would find It
In his own homo town, slnco (so
far as origin goes) all Americans
look alike to ruoso of tho worldly
people of Europe and are 'taken up' I
Thoy Know It.
Thousands of pooplo throughout
tho country know that tho ordinary
romedlea for Plloa ointment, sup
poaltorloa and local appllancoa will
not euro.
Tho bost of thorn only bring pass
tablot taken Internally that romovos
tho causo of Piles, honco tho cure Is
pormnnont. Evory pnekago sold car
ries n guarnntoo with It.
It is porfectly harmless to tho moHt
dollcnto constitution. Sold at $1.00.
Dr, Leouhardt Co., Niagara Falls, N.
Y Proprietors. Sold by S. C. Stono,
Salem.
Dr. Leonhardt'a Hom-Rold is a
Ing rollof.
Itllo money Is not pmfltnble.
Evory dollar ought to bo oarnlug
KOIIU'dllllg,
If you Imvo Idlo monoy on luind
awaiting luvostuu-nt, you can
make it ni tlirtHS iHr cent by
d(-K)sltlng It In our Savlngti De
partment, where It will Ik? avail
ublo when wanttnl.
Savings Department
Capital National
Bank
Special Eastern Excursion rates.
May 20, 21, Juno 6, 7, 8, .tuly 3,
4, 5, August 8, 9, 10, Soptombor 11,
12, 13. To Chicago and roturn,
$73.15. St. Louis and roturn, $69. lb
St. Paul and return, Omaha, Council
Bluffs, Sioux City, St. Joo, Kansas
City and return $61.65.
WM. M'MURRAY,
5-21-tf Con. Pas. Agt.
TIME TABLE NO 37.
Trains from nnd to Ynqulnn.
No. 1
Loaves Yaquina 7:15 a.m.
Arrlvos at Corvallls 11:00 a.m.
Arrives at Albany 1 1 : 5 8 a.m.
No. 2
Loaves Albany 12:35 p.m.
Leaves Corvallls 1:30 p.m.
Arrives at Yaquina 5:40 p.m.
Trains to nnd from Detroit.
No. 3
Loaves Albany 7:30 a.m.
ArrlveB nt Dotrolt 12:30 p.m.
No. 4
Loaves Dotrolt 1:00 p.m.
ArrlveB at Albany 5:55 p.m.
Trains for Corvnllls.
No. 8
Leavos Albany 7.55 a.m.
Arrlvos at Corvallls .... 8:35a.m.
No. 10
Loaves Albany
Arrives nt Corvallls
No. 6
Leavos Albnny
Arrlvos nt Corvallls
Trains for Albnny.
No. 5
Loavos Corvallls 6:30 a.m.
Arrlvos at Albany 7:10 n.m.
No. 9
Loavos Corvallls 12:30 n.m.
Arrlvos at Albany 1:15 p.m.
No. 7
Leavos Corvallls 6:00 p.m.
Arrlvos at Albany 6:40 p.m.
No. 11 (Sunday only)
Loavos Corvalll3 11:15 a.m.
Arrlvos at Albany 11:58 a.m.
No. 12 (Sunday only)
Lenvos Albany 12:35 p.m.
Arrlvos at Corvallls 1:18 n.m.
For further Information apply to
GEO. F. KEVINS,
Gen. Pass, Agt., Albany, Ore.
t
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2:25 p.m.
3:05 p.m.
7:35 p.m.
8:15 p.m.
THE PUREST
And most delicious Soda It Is pos
Blblo to buy bo found right hore.
A cool, refroshlug ploasant drink In
a groat variety of flavors. All puro
fruit Byrups.
OUR ICE
CREAM SODA
Is considered by all to bo tho belt
In town. All now and delightful
Summer beverages at our soda fountain.
THE SPA
N. 9tt 8at Street.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO.
Tima Card No. 4S v.ttiwti
Juno 16.
Toward Portland Passenger.
No. 16 5:23 a. m., Oregon Ex
press.
No. 188:40 a. in., Cottage Grove
Passenger.
No. 124:45 p. m., Shasta Ex
press. No. 149:28 p. m., Portland Ex
press. Toward Portland Freight.
No. 22210:55 a. m.. dflimrki
11:38 a. m., Portland Fast Freight.
No. 22610:40 a. m., departs
11:38 a. ra., Way Freight.
Toward San Francisco Passenger
No. 1111:03 a. m., Shasta Ex
press. No. 176:42 p.m., Cottage Grove
Passenger.
No. 159:56 p. m California Ex
press.
No. 131:31 a, m., San Francis
co Exprc&3.'
Toward San Francisco Freight.
No. 2212:33 a. m., San Fran
Cisco Fast Freight.
No. 22511:55
11:25.
Delegation in
RnTintnN nu .
Senator 3nJlF
Portland.
Representative W n i
lem. ' '
RepresontatlvaW.R.lt
State Offldfti,
Governor, Qooree P. A
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Stalo Traaurer, ou;
tlon, J. H. Ackorman M
AttornoyGenoral.A.M.rJ
DlBW printer, w. 8. Dau
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Hoff. ""'I
Railroad Commissions
uampuoii, CotUige Grow ,
u"nmu . Asteria:
AlfnYilann nnbii
", x uruana; Qe
uoouan, secretary.
Supremo Conn
unioi Justlco, Roberts i
ABsoclato Justice, Fras H
ABBociaio justice, Rob'rij
commissioners, W. T.
u. King.
Clerk, J. C. Morelani.
Reporter, R. Q. Morro?.
Jiaiiui, p. h. Itaymonl
Circuit Judgos, Qco. H, i
Salem; William Gallowi;,
vlllo.
District Attorney, Join
Nary, Salem.
Other State OIBcta. j
J. W. Balloy, Food and I
mlssloner, Portland.
J. W. Baker, Game ill)
warden, Cottago Grore.
Robt. C. Yenny, 8UU E
cer, Portland.
J. II. Lowls, State E:r
lorn.
E. Gllllngham, State Llba
lorn. .
H. G. Van Dubod, Stitil
mloalonor, Astoria.
Chas. V. Galloway, Sttkl
Agont, Salem.
W. W. Elder, Commaafo i
Home, Roseburg.
Marlon County I
John II. Scott, Count; nil
Judge.
R. D. Allen, Clerk o!(
W. J. Culver, SbcrlB.
W. Y. Richardson,
B. T. Moores, Superti
Schools.
, F. J. Rice, Assessor.
B. B. Herrlck, Jr., Eti
J. C. Ncedham,W.ty
mlssIonorB.
A. M. Clougu, Corowr. '
D. G. Drnger, Recorder.
Salem City Offld
Goo. F. Rodgors, Major.
W. A. Moores, Recorder i
Judgo.
D. W. Gibson, Marshal I
of Pollco.
Frank Moredlth. CltyTri
A. O. Condlt, City Attorfl
Jas. W. Martin, Strwt
slonor.
John A. Dnrr, Chief of FM
ment.
W. O. Smith, Health 0
City Standing Coa
Ways and Means J.
Churchill.
Ordinances Gteenb-n
Goode.
Accounts and Current 1
Churchill, Radcllff, BfH M
Streots Downing", BW
Public Buildings &
Gosnor.
Sewerage, Stoli, Jseob,
Plumbing Frawr, Do
nar.
FIro and WatM-1
finnan
Bridges Gesner, Chcrca
rt"r
Health and Poll-6
Waldo.
T.chi Goode. Ha"
Printing Radcllff, H
Public Parks Bayne.
Board of flht
w r omiann. chains1-'
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f . .. uvci - ..
Moores, W. P. Dabeoek, J J
J. M. Powers. City W-
a. m., arrives
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