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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, BAiAfiftf, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1008
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Shortens your food
Length y6Ur life
CottoUne IS a cteably, wholesome product.
It is made from cottonsccd oil, in a thor
oughly modern and hygienic manncr and ia
juSt aa pure as olive 6iU It, moreover
makes palatable, digestible, healthful fdoti
which will agree with the most delicate
stomach. Lard food on the contrary, is
indigestible, and will cause trouble if its use
ia persisted in.
Cottolene is endorsed by the most promi
nent cooks and household economists of the
country, ns well ai by those of the medical
profession Who mako a special study of pure
food There is no substitute for Cottolene,
because there is no shortening so good as
Cottolene. It stands alone, as everyono who
has used it according to
directions will verify.
Cottolene is Guaranteed
We hfereby authorize your
grocer to refund your money
in case you're not pleased after having given COTTOLENE a fair test.
Never Sold in Bulk
COTTOLENE is packed in pails
with a patent air-tight top. to)
keep it clean, fresh and wholesome; also to prevent it from ab
sorbing uie disagreeable odors of tue grocery, sucii as lisn, oil, etc.
Cook Book Free
We shall be glad to send any house
wife, for a two-cent sbmn. our new
"PORE POOD COOK BOOK," edited and conlpilcd by Mrs. Mary
J. Lincoln, author of the famous "Boston Cook Book." Address
THE N. K. PAIRDANK COMPANY, CHICAGO
Nature9 s Gift from the Sunny South
NAME!) VICIM'ItESI DI3XT
Now th nt It Is nil over, It trans
pires that with no campaign fund or
organization back of him a clover
Washington correspondent, J. C
Wolllver formerly of Iowa, nearly
won for Iowa tho honor of furnish
ing Tnft's running mate on tho Re
publican ticket. Only tho fear of
losing strength for the pnrty in New
York stnto defeated Mb bold, Bingle
handed attempt to securo tho nomi
nation for Lowo, m apito of that
state's "cortnlnty." Wolllver Is po
litical editor of tho Washington
Times, an authority on railroad tax
ation matters and withal a person of
acumen and skill which President
Roosovelt recognized by a special
commission to mako an Investigation
in Europe last year. Prior to com
ing to the convention ho had -forecasted
In correspondence the prob
ability that Senator Dollivor's name
would be considered; this caused a
great stir In Iowa because of tho
factional situation that was Involved
in tho probable boosting of Gover
nor Cummins to Senator Dollivor's
shoes should Dollivcr be elected vice
president. Tho political wheel
horses hurried horo and from his
first day in Chicago Wolllver was tho
conter of ono of the hottest fights of
tho convention, ono beneath tho sur
face. Even up to the cvo of tho
vice presidential nomination Weill
vor was tho livest wire In tho con
tests mid politicians will never coac
to bo nmazed at what ono mnn and
his poucll was able to accomplish in
Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup
is tho one that children llko so well
to take as It tastCB nearly ns good
ns maple Biigar. It acts gently yet
freely on tho bowels and thereby it
drives tho cold out of tho system. It
In sold bv all druggists. .
Something Doing Every Minute
On next Sunday nftornoon tho
mixers of "merry Julco" for tno local
saloons and the fuzz cutterB employ
ed in tho different tonsorinl parlors,
will Bet nside all their natural nb
horenco of stained hands and gopd
old dirt, and take a whirl nt tho
great national game of ball, and a
very likely collection of ball 'artists"
will fnco each other on the South
Salem grounds a$2!80 Sunday p.
m. '.. ; : "
Tho" battery for 'tho4 bartondora is
"Sweed" Miiloi and Baity fjodpor,
and Brietzko and Neer will hold the
fort for tho lather stingers, Miller,
tho Blnbster for tho bartenders, has
n hard-glnBB rop, although his too
plato 1b a llttlo rusty, and his curve
ball brenkB In Mb hnnd too Often
duo to lack of practice. Datty
Cooper, the receiver for the refresh
ment distributors, is tho catching
kid, and Mb actions next Sunday will
ho doubt prove a credit to him. Tho
barber twist artist will nl&o show up
to n good advantage, he having
travoled, around in tolornbly fajt
Tho respective teams are com
posed of players thoroughly ac
quainted with tho how and way of
playing tho gnmo, but their know
ledge of tho rulo book may be JubI
a llttlo neglected owing to tho fn'ct
that tho majority ' of tho playdra
Imvo nbnndoncd professional ball.
Tho line-up of tho two aggrega
tions Is ns follews:
Cooper c Neer
Miller p Brietzko
Sauvalna. .'...,. j .lb Miles
Will Nusbaum ... 2b Hownrd
Joe Nusbaum .... 3b Booth
Stottcr ss Corsoy
Strutcr If Fltzgratcr
West cf Gibson
Simpson rf Wilcox
Subs: For bartenders, Towland,
Wiley, Flshburn, Swnrtz and Oroy.
Tho Cherry Pickers w'll let loose
nt tho East Portland aggregation on
next Sunday nt the locnl lenguo
grounds. Tho locnl team have thrco
now men on tho team, they being Joe
Fny, well known horo n a first-class
hall artist. JohnBon, formerly with
tho Frnkos team of Portland,' and an
nil round good player, and Roberts of
Oregon City. Roberts will undoubt
edly throw tho game for Salem Sun
day. Curtis Coleman u also ex
pected to play with tho local Trl-CIy
team Sunday. t
CONVENTION WAS GOLD
MINE FOR CHICAGO
NEWPORT, on yWin''
NEWPORT, on Yaqtilna Bay, is tho most IhT3815
summer rtaott'on thd OnSgoV coast. Tho fishing ZLm Ml
aro unexcelled anywhoro. Miles of tho fln05t bench nS,8 m rtrt
tain scenery tand trout streams mako a comblnaiinnJ .d llh
tasto or an. Dolow aro tho leading firms of NBWHftV'
it Lv tl. II I ' '1
i Am the
Wf n in a ttnn haJ nttt 1... 11 ' . .
iu uud wuuuwu um, uy iijo Iiro last wlntr u
ness again on a larger, Extent than Sver, and m il? lk i
all bid customers and as mnnv nhw " i?" dy.lh b
Fresh eggs,1 vegetables, and all staple . grocSle ? V' iSK
summer people nftd: My now grocer? ffi f J tj,Awy??S
coin county. Froo delivery. y loro ,s tn wt UftiT.
. . . LEE 1 .flffrAte, JTHwk
S SSa ii di. in i i- ' mJ
t v win kij tr?
, ww T? i4 Aiceo rood
: Wo can supply yo with ovorthlng In the crocd if ...
! fresh butter and vegetables of nil S tTN
St Nyer Bench and ono at Newport. You, dors Voiic&ftjj; .
Rooms and board. Rooms with froo use of fi.,,r..., ... . .
1 WOOd. Half wnv fn ,. n-.v uvu 1KW3. !
i J... "' UVttMl, OTPrnftVn. '
iiaiuu rcnsonnuie. v'"i
iiic'flidlng dlsh03 and
W. 0. COOK, Prop. Keirjort, o.
Tho most home-llko and comfortablo
hotel at Nye Bench. Fluo bowling
alley nnd club houso in connection.
Two minutes walk from the ocean.
"Courteous treatment" 1b tho motto
of tho management.
S. G. Irvfn, Prop. Newport
FIVE BANDS WILL FURNISH MUSIC, BASE BALL, RE
LAY RACE, BABY SHOW and other sports whichill be men
tioned from time to time in the daily press notices; such as
catching greased pigs, auto races, balloon ascention, etc.
FIRE WORKS-The most beautiful ever seen in Salem.
fc-'TVJ 23Sy .MiK.-r.F3i,
Chicago, Juno 20. That tho Repub
lican natlonnl convention was n mil
lion dollar prize for Chicago is
shown by this balance phect:
Retail houses $ G50.000
Thirst emporiums 300,000
Entertaining of Chlcag-
According to C. M. Treat, secre
tary of tho convention burenu of tho
Chicago Association of Commorcj,
tho visitors numbered 50,000, but
John C. Roth, president of tho Hotel
Keeper' association, says they did
not number more than 10,000, it
be'ng a fact worthy of note that, tho
railroads issued no passes to thN
convention nnd did not reduco rates
much, their failure to do so being to
lome extent made up by the 2-cent-d
mile rntei that prevail In the Chica
go territory. The real convention
was held, ns some one has remarked,
in th? big lake front hotels which
were overcrowded with guests, visi
tors and high tension confabs. Tlu
marching clubs, which spent large
sums to attend the convention, were
lavish spenders and feeling runs
high because there was a failure to
furnish the members with seats at
tire Coliseum. The Philadelphia
Marching club, for Instance, paid out
$22,000 for their expenses and this
was about a fair average for the
others. Everyone benefitted by the
convention, the butcher, the bakers
and candlestick maker, the dealers
in the necessary commodities moro
than the rest, and the hotel, men,
provision men and restaurant keep
CASTOR I A
1'or Infants and Children.
llii Kind You Have Always Bought
i-o ! &L'-Mlfiii
Prlvato boarding. Strictly homo
cooking, servo tho best meals, you
help yoursolf. Rates ronBonnblo.
MRS. MARY I1ATCIIMAX, Mgr.
Cor. Fifth and Hurlburi Streets, ono
block north of Presbyterian church,
For quick service, strictly homo
cooking, go to thd address be
low REACH LUNCHES
our specialty. WeBt side of
Front St., ono and one-half
block south of boat landing.
Large, bright, airy rooms.
Board furnished. Halfway be
tween Newport and Nye Brook.
FIr6t-claco in every respect. Bag
gage hanled ono way free. RnteB
WM. BORDEN, - Newport, Or.
McDonald Ifouso R. A. McDonald,
proprietor. Prlvato board and
lodging, moderate rates, homo
cooking. Located at Nye Bench,
When you go to Newport rmS
Bain's Hack &Driy Co. -
gives special attention ft.Bwi
ring baggage ana carap outflu rli
nishod and unfurnished how?
wood and hay for gale. Ltatel
ders at Baln'a Bakery, Nye Crf
Newport, Oregon. Phone cou
Slmond Lcmltcn the borai
Launches and r" kinds oftolk-.
for rollt. ExrnrelnM.l. i.w. u
.. .-... ,v..v, Mj
mi imi i ui mo ODjr, Will BW
trains nt nnv tlmo at Yqjluo
request. Rates reasonable. .Vim
A. J. Rader's Camping (komi)
Hero you will find sood 'i,
80ptlc tanks, good location; foocfr
tton nnd furnished tents to rent tt
Nye Creek. A. J. Rader, proprietor,
Hot sea BATfe
HOT SEA BATHS
Nye Beach, S
A Comfortablo Summer BefK
THE SEAVIEW HOUSE
Mrs. S. 8. Burrowi,
Half-way between the PostoJtce il
Nvo Creek. Rates, H.25 a W
room and board, Newport, 0rf
A first class up-to-dato ihop. Do not
overlook this place for tho best work.
There 1b no barber better skilled
with a razor or pair of slssors than
R. N. WALTER, Prop.
West side Front street, near boat
landing. Agency for Corvallls Laun
I have selected the best brand3
of Cigars and Tobacco consist
ent with the trade. Can supply
you with what you wish with
. satisfaction. Also carry a com
' plete lino of soft drinks.
E. CASS, Prop.
Front Street, opposite The Re
ception, Newport, Oregon.
THE OCEAN HOUSE
Fine vlo- of Bay, bentlfol !w
tlon away from noise and the
of tho streets. Dlock and hiliw
boat londlng. Open iummerMf;
ter, Newport, Yaqtilna W, Oft
&aku. KLir M mrl V
THE BEST J
FA311IY fcVfci "-
uan up -- '" mtm
tfndor and juicy . -
pork. All our meats m
(rom the cnoicen, 'i(i &
the table to sum u'-;Uwf
faatidious. Our prices are
quality taan ywu
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For Household Furniture of every
kind and description go to
H. D. BLAKELY
Carpets, Matting, Stoves and Hard-
n-ara O.-ill ri vont vnll n ratUDlng Ot
housekeeping outfit and buy back
when you leave. Prices always rea
sonable. , ..
South Front Street, only storo of tne
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gon. Mndo for tuW
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