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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1904.
The Outcropping of Bad Blood.
and summer wl ti, ! ?P , arc worse n spring
skin E?'!.1 t0 thaw out and th!
noisons tlmr i,? iUttK,"B exira eitorts to throw off the
.Tifnn-Lla.cc.tlmu,ted during the winter months
ceivable kind make their ap- p,mp,cs' rashe3 and eruptioua of every con-
pearance, and Eczema and s. a. s . n.i3'!inl2n'.Pt1,0'Aufut of 1003.
etter-the twin terrors of hous?u th" whi? iu 'niift ff "5
skin diseases-Nettle Rash, "tthW&&
Poison Oak and Ivy, and onafohtJil? app8tlt9nnd,oaerRJrRntl mako
SUch other skin troubles, as lSTSSS;. oKi'wIS
usually remain quiet during troubled with an itohintr skin eruption on tho
the cold weather, break out rao.0atrlodpoolallsts tind many remodioa to
flfrpsh to torment and rfU. KOta our,but8. S. S.is tho only modlolnothat
alrcsn to lorment ana ais- soemod to relievo. I am now comparatively free
tract by their fearful burn- of this eruption. I think a groat deal of your
in$r, itching and stinging. msdlolne, believing jt to be tho best blood purl-
a nniira.. nf 3 Q Q .,, ...Ml flr and tonlo known to tho world to-day.
A course Of S. S.S.noWWll MRS. FBANK HORHER,
purify and enncu the blood, 1330 East Seventh St.
us if you desire medical advice or any
you nothing. THE SWIFT
Sale Ten Million Boxes aYear.
0MsA THE FAMILY'S FAVORITE MEDICINE A
BEST FOR THE BOWELS
Do What We Claim I
We guarantee sufficient proof that Dr. J. F. Cook the Botanical
Doctor cures all kinds of diseases after all other schools and doctors
have failed, such as cancer, tumors, (extern?) and Internal) Gravel
kidney, bone diseases. Consumption, ' .u eu.ies, rheumatism,
dropsy, and dlabets, appendicitis havf - . tied, and female
diseases, all the foregoing without the . - t or poisons,
and with no pain to tho patient whatever.
Testimonials of prominent people. Consultatlc
Dt. J. F. Coo
301 Liberty St., Salem, CreRtn.
Formerly of Omrha, Neb.
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90 per cent of all cases treated at
Boswell Sptings ate Gated
Capt. Ben D. Boswell,
Proorietor and Manager,
Boswell P. O., Doaglas Co., Oregon
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i I " not, you are away behind tho times. However, they are al-
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reiniorgc aiiu ioiic up me general system, ana
carry off the bodily impurities through 'the proper
channels. The skin, with good blood to nourish it,
remains smooth and free of all disfiguring eruptions.
special information. This will cost
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Your Groceries from
Fine Donation of Books From
Tho Salem Public Library was re
cently presonted by tho Powers Mer
cantile Company, of Minneapolis with
a fine lot of new bpoks, mostly cur
rent fiction. Tho accessions are:
Farmers Almanac, by Josh Billings.
Abner Daniel, by Wilt N. Harben.
Detached Pirate, by Mllete.
Historic Side Lights, by Howard P.
Goldless Fetich, by Eden Phlllpots.
ChnnctUeo'r, by Viol'etto Hall.
Letters of Self-Made Merchant to
His Son, by Geo. H. Lorlmer.
The Samaritans; by J. A. Stewart.
Gate of the Kiss, by Harding.
Recollections of Sir Algernon
What Manner Men, by Geo. W.
Curo of Soulo, by Ian McClaron.
Comments of a Countess.
Tho Spoilsman, by Elliott Floureo.
Tho library board has recently been
orgnnlzod with tho following efficers:
President, Dr. C. L. Brlstol-Kelllher.
Vlce-pre3l lent, Mrs. P. H. Raymond.
Secretary, Mrs. L. R. Travcr.
Treasurer, Mrs. Geo. Irwin.
Do It toaay.
The. time-worn Injunction, "Never
put off 'till tomorrow what you can
do today," is now generally present
ed In this ferm: "Do It today!" That
Is the terse advise we want to give
you nbout that hacking cough or de
moralizing cold with which you have
been struggling for several days, per
haps weeks. Take some reliable reme
dy for It TODAY and let that remedy
be Dr. Boschee's Gorman Syrup, which
has been In use for over thirty-five
years. A few doses of It will undoubt
edly relieve your cough or cold, and
Its continued use for a few days will
cure you completely. No matter how
deep-seated your cough, even If dread
consumption has attacked your lungs,
Gorman Syrup will surely effect a
cure as It has done before in thou
sands of apparently hopeless cases, of
lung trouble. Now trial bottles, 25c;
regular size, 76c. At all druggists.
At Dr. Stone's drug stores.
Duluth, Minn, June 22. Owing to
tho late arrival of some of tho dele
gates from tho southern part of tho
state the Democratic state conven
tion was rather late In getting under
way tnis afternoon. The convention
will select four delegates at largo and
18 district delegates to the St. Louis
convention. Tho most of the dele
gates to tho state convention are with
out Instructions In regard to a choice
for tho presidential nomination and a
llvoly contest Is expected on tho con
vention floor between tho Hearst- elo
ment and Its opponents. While tho
opposition to Hearst is largely favor
able to Parker, its fight Is for an un
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ho
Is senior partner of tho firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business In tho
City of Toledo, county and state afore
said, and that said firm will pay tho
sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS
for each and every case of Catarrh
that cannot bo cured by tho uso of
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to boforo mo and subscribed
In my prosonso, this Gth day of De
cember, A. D. 188C. '
Seal. A. W. GLEASON,
Hall's Catarrh Curo Is takon. inter
nally, and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by all Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are tho best.
Profitable Peach Tree.
S. H. Horton, living six miles west
of Monroe has tho most rcmarkablo
peach tree in tho state. Tho troo was
plantod 14 years ago, and has beon
bearing fruit slnco tho third year, be
ing so heayUy laden this year that
the limbs havo to be proppoJi to keep
from breaking. It was simply a
sprout whon planted, and throo years
lator bore a bushel of peaches, and
tho fourth year boro four bushels,
and has been bearing out of propor
tion to its elzo each year since. Cor
Bmm ti j9 ThaKlsd Yoa llafl Alwys BoogM
my Jack Tar.
"Ji, is the word generally asso
ciated with the jack tar. He is the
Eicture of health, and the health bub
les over in mirth and merriment. Wlieu
people are sick,
sickness attacks the
lungs the doctor
often advises a sea
voyage. But in the
large majority of
cases the sea voyage
It is to the men
and women of the
workaday world to
whom sea voyages
or change of climate
are impossible, that
Dr. Pierce's Golden
conies as the great
est earthly boon.
The effect of this
medic i tie upon
those whose lung9
ate "weak" is re
where there is bron
chitis, spitting of
tions which if un
checked or unskillfully treated lead tr
consumption, "Golden Medical Discov
ery" in ninety-eight cases out of a hun
dred works a perfect and permanent
cure. It strengthens the stomach and
other organs of digestion and nutrition,
so that the body in all its parts is not
merely fed but nourished. And it is by
nourishment that Nature builds up the
body to resist or throw off disease.
"I had a terrible couch something over n yenr
oro and could nmi notmncr to mop it,
or even to
do mc a particle of good." write. J,
lisq., of Cameron. Screven Co., Ga. "I chanced
to see un advertisement of yours, and forth
with bought a bottle of your invaluable ' Golden
Medical Discovery ' Before I liad taken half a
bottle I was entirely well."
Dr. Pierce's Pellets cure constipation.
Burlington, Vt., Juno 22. Tho Ver
mont Democratic state convontloh
was called to order horo shortly after
10 o'clock this morning. Tho con
vention will select four delegates at
largo to the St. Louis national con
vention and' also put In nominatien: a
full state ticket to be voted for at
the September election. The senti
ment of the convention appears to
favor Judge Parker for the president
dure Cure for Piles.
Itching Piles produce moisture and
cause Itching, this form, as well as
Bllng, Bleeding or Protruding Piles
aro cured by Dr. Bo-san-ko's Pllo
Remedy. Stops Itching and blcet...,
Absorbs tumors. GOo a jar at u'tii
gists, or sent by mall. Treaties
Wrlto me about your case. 1 i
sanko. Phila.. iPa.
For sale by Dr. S. C. Stone, d ir-
Bean tb 8 Kind You Have Always Bought
The Machine Behind the IFne Work.
Excels all others In
EA8E OF ACTION
BEAUTY OF CHARACTERS
Yost Writing Machine Co.
230 Stark Street, Portland.
C. M. LOCKWOOD,
Local Agent, 288 Commercial 8treet,
We Rent We Sell. We Exchange
Somo people havo them In
their heads, but we put thorn
onto vehicles, Wo havo a fine
lot of buggies, spring wagons,
carts, buck-boards, etc., all
new, made at homo. Also a
now democrat wagon with long
distanco axles, at a bargain.
Lot of second-hand wagons,
buggies, carts and other ve
hicles. Sco what we offer, and
savo money. Horse shoeing a
specialty, by C. W. Armstrong.
Remember tho Salem Wagon
factory, pn North Liberty St.
vl mv3kfc3II ILL
Girls Wanted. Two glrlB wanted at
Ferguson's rostaurant. Wagos,
$3.50 por wcok, with board and
room. , 6-21-3t
Wanted. To ront, a stock ranch,
with .some tillable land; on shares
or for cash; best of references
C. F. Rape, F. R. M. No. 7, Salem,
Wanted. To ront or lease, resldonco
with modern Improvomonts, good
olzed - premises, and located near
buslnoso section. Inqulr eor wrlfb,
this office, "F. G. D." 5-18-tf
Oak Posts 300 oak posts for salo In
tho timber, four miles wost of town,
S. E. Purvlno, Box 115, Salem, Or.
For Sale. Fruit land In Benton coun
ty, 320 acres of land, south half of
Bcctlon 15, township 10 south, range
5 west of Willamette Meridian, con-
, talnlng 320 acres of unimproved
land, half a mile from Arllo station,
and about four miles from Wlllam
otto river. On main county road.
W. B. Irwin, 338 North Main streot,
Los Angeles, Cal. 4-13-tf
Screen Doors Lawn and field fence,
barb wire, shlnglos, P. & B. ready
roofing and building paper. Exten
sion ladders, gates and gato hard
ware. All at lowest prlcos. Waltor
Morloy, CO Court streot, Salem.
For Rent. Furnished office, lnclud
ing light, heat and tolophono. In
quire of H. W. Searle, room 5, Ti
oga building. Corner of State and
Liberty streets. G-21-eodtf
Rooms to Rent. .Twelve furnished or
unfurnished rooms to rent. Loca
tion on Btroet car line, and one
block to S. P. depot. Call on J. C.
Goodale, 12th andi Oak streets. 6-20tf
For Rent. For ront new 7-room cot
tago, corner of 12tlv and Contor
Btreets; ready July 1st. Inqulro of
A. J. Basey. G-20-3t
ost. A lady's gold watch, Saturday
ovenlng, between 7 and 8 o'clock, on
Court streot. Leave at Journal of
Lost. Between, hero and RlckroalJ,
a leather grip. Return to this of
New Lodging House. Everything
new, clean and comfortable. Schrolb
or block, 149-151 State street. Mat
tie Hutchlns, prop. C-9-tt
Say Havo you tried Edwaras & Lusch
er's for meats. Wo havo the best
eausago In town. Coma and try It,
and be convinced. 410 East State
Salem Truck and Dray Co. Oldest
and best equipped company In Sa
lem. Piano ard furniture mov.nj
a specialty Offlco 'phono, 861. W.
W. Brown & Son, proprietor. Offlc
No. 60 Stato Btroet 9-1-lm
Strayed or Stolen A light colored
thoroughbred Scotch collie, 18
months old, answers to "Shop"
broken to drive In harnoss as well
as to drlvo stock. Namo of Hud Mc
Candidas on collar. Liberal re
ward offorod for Information that
will load to tho recovery 'of dog, by
J. O. McCandloss, Independence,
Oregon. . C-16-3t.
Hop Baskets. One-fourth and one
half box for picking. Full-box bas
kets for measuring. Best in the
market. Hold your ordore for
Waltor Morley, GO Court street, Sa
Ferguson's Restaurant 95 Otatt
street Open day and night Ok
20c meals aro bettor than any 3t
house In the Btato. Six 20o mali
for J1.00; 21 20o meals for $3,00
Dr8. Schoettle and Mercer, successors
to Schoottlo, Barr & Barr, Osto
ophaths, Odd Fellows' tomplo, Sa
Brletenbush Hot Springs.
Tho 'trail to tho Brlotonbush Hot
Springs Is now open. Wo aro prepared
to furnish pack and saddlo horsos at
a very reasonablo rto. Parties de
siring to go to tho Hot Springe or
othor mountain resorts will find It to
their best Interests to address the un
dersigned for Information as to rates,
otc. SHORT & MILLQY,
5-30-tf. Detroit, Ore.
Dr. Kolty oxtracts and fills teeth ab
solutely palnloss, by a now1 process
All work guaranteed for flvo years.
Gray building. Phono Main 1017,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Dr. I. W. 8tarr Offlco In Bush Drf
building, over Oregon Shoe Stori.
Offlco hours, 9 to 12 a. m. and S ii
5 p. m. Calls attended in city
country. Residence 'phono 2Mf
Rod. 1-5-tf -"
Dr. W. 8. Mott Will hereafter W
found In the Brey block, 275 Com
mercial street, over Oregon Mmm
Co. Offlco telephone 2931; rMfr
donco phono, 2751. Offlc hosia f
to 12. and 2 to B. , v
TON80RIAL AND BATHS.
Evan's .Barber 8hop Only first-oka
shop on Stato streot Every thiaff
now and up-to-oato. Finest pogo
lain baths. Shave, 15o; hair-cut Mfe
baths, 26c. Two first-closi bert
blacks. O. W. Evans, proprietor. 1
Undertakers. Wo carry tho .lorgMtr
and finest line of undertaker's goods
In tho city. Prices to Bult aH
Black and whlto hoarse. Promjrt,
reliable. Save money by calling St
No. 107. A. M. Clough, A. J. BaMy.
Olive Lodge, No. 18, I. O. O. F. I. O.
O. F. Hall, Saturday each week, St
7:30 p. m. B. B. Horrlck, Jr., N. OT
Frank F. Toevs, recording secretary.
Salem Camp, No. 118, Woodmen of ttw
World Moots in Holman Hall evBfM
Friday at 7:30 p, m. P. L. Fraslr,
Consul. Wyllo A. Mooros, SocrV
Valley lodge No. .18, A. O. U. W. MW
In their 'hall in Holman block, eav
nor State and Liberty, every !!
day evening. Visiting bretkr3
welsomo. Roy Mclntlro, M. W. Jt
E. Aufranco, Recorder.
Central Lodge No, 18, K. of P. Cortfe
Hall In Holman block, corner MM
and Liberty Sta. Tuesday o mmM
week at 7:30 p. m. H. H. Tuner,
C. C; W. I. Staley, K. of R,'and 8.
Foresters of America Court Un
-wood Foresters No. 19. Meets Fr
day In Turner block. H. .
Meyer, C. R.; A. L. Brown, See.
Modern Woodmen of Ameriea-Ot
gon Cedar Camp No. 5248. MhM
every Thursday ovonlng at 8 o'oleei)
Holman Hall, E. E. Mattes, T.
C; A. L. Brown, Clork.
SALEM WATER COMPANY
OFFICE CITY HALL.
For wator service apply at oSec
Bills payablo monthly In advaae.
Mao all complaints at tho office. ''
O. HL MAOK
Successor to Dr. J. M. Keen, ki
White Corner, Salem, Oregon. PartlM
desiring superior operations at motV
erat fee In any branch aro In eapeckU
IIUIE WING SANG CO.
Great salo of Chlneso and Japanese
fancy goods. Wo also make up all
kinds of wrappers and waists, under
wear and skirts. Gents' and ladles'
furnishing goods, silks, laces and em
broideries. All kinds of Bummer goodr
matting, etc. Court street, corner &
Tho first term of tho Capital
Summer Normal opens May 2d,
and will continue eight weoks, Tho'
second term opens June 27th, to,
contlnuo untlll tho August exams.
Classes will bo formed In all the
branches required for Stato and;,
county papers, and in Latin,',
Stenography and Type-writing, 'j.
Address J, J. Kraps, Supt. E. T.
Moores, Prof. Matthews.
Are you looking for nice
Thoy'ro horo, stylos now, good
wear, flno soloctlon, low prlcos.
wo ropalr also do It woll.
99 8tato Street 8alem.
Fuee, Yes Free,
Dr. Stone makes no charge for con
sultation or prescription. Can foe
found dally at his drug store, SaVSk
Gralnto waro for tho caning sea
son. Our prices nra right.
The Variety Store
94 Court St. Aaaora M Welci, Pros