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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1904.
Stockton & Co.
The former price of little girls
ages 3 to 14 years.
Tho highest grades wblcti are
shown this season are to be
found In our silk department.
Tho kind that other stores call
85c qualities, wo are selling for
Our $1.00 values aro all reduced
From Josephine County.
Constablo J. C. Randall, of Grants
Pass, brought up Horace Litton to tho
reform school. Ho reports fine fruit
prospects and a bumper melon crop,
Federated Trades Council and Fraternal Orders
Mradi-Gras and Carnival
June 28th to July
The greatest and most elaborate
A stupendous show under a monster tent seating ten thousand
Special rates on all railroads and steamboats.
Given under tho management and; authority of 5G Labor Unions
and 34 Fraternal Societies, all of Portlanl.
Eatimatod dally attendance expected to avorage thirty thousand.
We fit all makes of Tires at all Prices
$2.25 and Upwards
1 Wc fit all makes of Rims.
S Bicycle Frames and Forks.
2 Best Workmanship and Prompt Attention. Phone Red 2151 ! !
Baseball Watt Shlppl!
I Restoring Failing Eesight
Is our business. Wo havo hundreds of customors who aro testimo
nials, who sing our pralsos, for the reason of having received per
foct satisfaction. Eyesight mado as good as It over was. Wo aro
progrosslvo opticians, and lately havo added tho oxcluslvo agency
for tho groatost optical invention ovor Invented.
The Invisible Bifocal Lenses
With a pair of thoso you ovorcomo all tho old drawbacks of seeing
tho soams, going up or down stairs, la fact they aro porfoct. Wo
also fit them,
Torik, depressed and round sogmont Bifocals. Come in And ro
colvo tho advantage of skill and Improved Instruments. Our charges
Pioneer Optlolan. 83 state Street
Ail Shirt Waists
25 per cent reduction on all our flno
shirt waists for summer.
LADIES' SUITS AND SKIRTS
AT SALE PRICES.
On Monte clothing and special
lines of men's shoes, also
ladies' and children's shoes.
Fourth at Jefferson.
W, L. Jones was down from Jeffer
son this morning, and says that all
arrangements have been made to hold
a grand Fourth of July celebration
spectacular Mardl Oras ever I
We repair all makes of
If it is for a Bicycle, we ! !
The Bicycle Man.
Next door to Ladd & Buih Bank J
Buyers Are Looking For
ward to the New Hop
Bernard Blng, tho Nuremberg hop
"Business was rather ulet during
the last few weeks, and everybody
seems, to be looking forward to tho
growing crop. Tho. nice and warm
weather we are having at the present
moment is very favorable indeed to
tho new. plant. Same has reached al
ready two-thirds of tho polo; the bine
is looking healthy and rigorous, and
does not show any traces of vermlns
"It is estimated that tho total yield
of Bavaria and Bohemia will be In
creased 5 per cent by new acreages
of hop yards coming Into bearing this
At noon Wednesday at the home of
the bride's parents, Rev. and Mrs. P.
R. Burnett, at Independence, Oregon,
Miss Edna Burnett and Mr. Claire B.
Irvine were united In marriage. They
immediately left for Puget Sound
points and British. Columbia on a
three weeks honeymoon tour.
The bride Is a former Eugene girl,
having been reared to womanhood in
this city, moving to Independence
with her parents about five years ago.
She Is a sister of City Editor Bur
nett, of the Guard.
The groom has been connected with
the Independence National Bank for
tho past 15 years, and has been In re
cent years the cashier of that insti
tution. Eugene Guard.
Court House Notes.
H. M. Wandt has commenced a suit
to foreclose a mortgage executed by
Andrew Hansen and wife. J. N.
Brown and G. G. Bingham are attor
neys for plaintiff.
Carpenter has instituted a
suit against L.
D. PeJerson to fore
close a mortgage. The same attor
neys appear for him.
J. A. Pooler has been appointed
guardian of the personal property of
B. A. Leonard, an aged and infirm
W. A. Cuslck has sold to John Sim
kins 126 acres of land in townships
8 and 9 south, range 3 west, for
SIEPMAN PAGE. At the family
homo, corner of Marlon and Cottage
streets, Thursday, June 23, 1904, at
10 o'clock a. m., Miss Gertrude
J. M. Slepman to L. L. Page, Rev.
P. S. Knight officiating.
Tho contracting parties aro Maj.
L. K. Page, who Is a well-known eai
Itallst, and Miss Slepman has for
many years been a membor of the
family. She Is a most accomplished
young woman, being a thorough mu
sician, and Is well educated In Ger
man and English. Tho ceremony was
porformed In tho presence of the fam
ily and a few Intimate friends, and
Mr. and Mrs. Page left on the morn
ing train for Newport, where they
will spend aweek by the sounding sea.
Vienna Juno 23. Twenty-tlree
porsons were killed by lightning, and
20 were drowned during a terrific hall
storm In Moravia and Hungarla last
Chicago, Juno 23. Tho now Repub
lican national committee met Imme
diately nftor adjournment, and elect
ei? George B. Cortelyou chairman.
White Rotauy and
Wneele & Wilson
Wo sell o.i easy Installments and
take your old machine in exchange.
Wo want machines, too.
A convoniont sewing machine salo
room In front of our store, whoro tho
ladlos may look over tho machines
Call and see the latost White Rotary
with shuttlo Instantly removable,
tension Indicator, automatic tension
release, doublo feed, ball, bearings
and nil the other tjp-to-dato features.
And tho Wheeler & Wilson, tho old
rollablo, light running, noiseless ma
ck I no that has such a record for dur
ability. F. A. Wiggins'
Implement House 255-257 Liberty St
Farm Implements, Automobile,
Sewing Machines and Supplies,
Street Car Company Will Ex
tend Line to Liberty
Next Saturday afternoon Uiero will
be a meeting at the office of the Sa
lem' Abstract & Land Company, In
the First National Bank building, at
2 o'clock, of the new managers of the
Citizen's Light & Traction Company,
and a number of the residents along
the line of tho proposed electric exten
sion to Liberty, t ogo over the matter
of securing the neces3ary subsidy and
the building of the car line. The new
managers of our stret car company
heartily endorse the proposition of
getting this line to Liberty, and will
do everything to facilitate Its con
struction. Co-operation Is necessary, and it
will be to the interest of the residents
along the line, and those living at
Liberty and Rosedale (two miles
further south), to be present at this
meeting for organized work. Tho car
line company must know what tho
people out that way can do, and what
they are willing to do, and what they
WILL do, before attempting to build.
The handling of the fruit crops and
other products, and tho possibility of
a good passenger service must be
It Is presumed that tho road will,
of Itself, after being built, create a
great deal of traffic since It will fur
nish tho opportunity of reaching the
market quicker, cheaper and on Bched
ulo time. Notice of the meeting has
been sent to a number of the sub
stantial citizens fit Liberty, and In
that vicinity, and It is expected that
something Jefinlto will result.
Politics and Racing.
Kiel, June 23. Over 40 yachts took
part In tho sixth Tace today, the sec
ond Say of the regatta. Crown
Prince and Prlnco Henry participated.
The German cabinet and English am
bassadors have arrived. Tho political
aspect of tho wek overshadows the
Sold on Merit 1
We Have Canning cherries for sale
at 2c per pound on tho treet, at tho
Jas. Neal. placo on Garden road, 4
miles east of Salem. Fred Caroth
We Have Hay for sale In field at
per ton. Geo. Swegle. C-23-3t
Salesmen Wanted. Good, active men
wanted at onco, to soil nursery
stock In good territory; stock first
class. C. F. Laming, Salem, Ore.,
Routo 7. 6-22-lm
Cherries. Parties wishing suporlor
chorrlos for canning can telophono
'orders to C. F. Lansing, Phone 1S1
For Sale. A good second-hand, two
i.orccs spring truck. Pohlo & Bishop,
Salem, Oro. " C-23-Gt
Wanted. A lady to do washing. Call
at 178 State street, Salem, Or.
Sealed bids will bo received at the
offlco of tho undersigned, at the Ore
gon State Penitentiary, Salem, Ore
gon, until 12 m., Wednesday, Juno 29,
1904, for painting tho outsldo brick
walls, wood and iron work of the pen
ltontlary buildings. Specifications for
samo can bo seen at tho .offlco of tho
All bids must bo acom ponied by a
cortlfled check in tho sum of Ono
Hundred Dollars, to bo forfeited to
tho state In caso tho bidder to whom
tho contract Is awarded falls to qual
Tho right Is reserved to reject any
or all bids.
Salem, Oregon, Juno IB, 1904.
O. W. JAMES,
Superintendent Oregon Stato Peni
I Hltr'"' CRADim 1
At high-grade grocers B
It Is Woitien Who
Need Most Relief
From Little Irri
Dr. Miles' ,Aritt-raln Pills aro for
Woman's delicate nervous organism
tingles to tho least Jarring influence, and
some ache or pain is tho result
Tho remedy Is at hand
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills;
They act most marvellously on wom
an's nervous organism, and relievo and
euro the pains to which sho Is a martyr.
Headaches, ncuralglao pains, monthly
pains, and all kinds of pains disappear,
as if a gcntlo hand had lightly soothed
them away. Dizziness, Rush of Blood
to tho head. Toothacho, Backacho aro
all cured by theso "Little Comforters."
Cured without danger of disagreeable
after-effects; cured quickly; cured with
out unnatural action on liver, stomach,
or other Internal organs.
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain rills please tho
women, and tho children tako them be
cause they (fro easy to tako and sootho
all their sufferings.
"For years I had spells of nick head
ache, at times suffering untold agonies.
I could not enduro any excitement.
Going to church, and even visiting,
brought on these tcrrlblo Enells. I tried
numerous remedies without relief until
I tried Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills, and
they liavocurcd mo. When I feel sympi.
toms of sick hcodncho I tako a pill and
ward oft tho attack. When I nm tired
and nervous, a pill soothes me." MRS.
SARAH WATKlNSON, Blalrstown, la.
Price, 39a a box. .Never sold In bulk.
nptiti Wrlto to us for Free Trial
XUEiXi I'ackapo of Dr. Miles' Antl
Pain Pills, the New Scientific Remedy
for Fain. Also Symptom Blank. Our
Specialist will dlngnoso your caso. tell
you what Is wrong, and how to right It,
Free. DR. MILES MEDICAL CO.,
L-OJOIIATORIE3, ELKHART. IND.
University Elects Faculty.
The trustees of Willamette Univer
sity elected the following officers
Honorary president General W. H. j
President A. jr. Smith, Portland.
Vice-president C. P. Bishop.
Treasurer A. N. Moores.
Trustees for three years. A. M.
Smith, J. H. Albert and C. P. Bishop.
Bishop Moore was elected a trustee
to succeed Bishop Cranston, who has
changed bi9 residence.
A committee consisting of Dr. J. H.
Coleman, Prof. W. C. Hawley, John
W, Reynolds, Scott Bozorth and Rev.
M. O. Wire were appointed to ex
press the appreciation of tho services
General Odell has rendered the Uni
Tho faculty was re-elected with. tho
exception of Prof. Tu thill, who re
signed, owing to his intention to re
move from the city.
Present Your Bills.
All parties having claims against
the Citizens' Light & Traction1 Com
pany aro requested' to present their
claims on or before July 1st
THE CITIZENS' LIGHT & TRAC
6-23-7t A. WELCH, Manager.
Chicago, June 23. Old July wheat,
I Gold Dust Flout
Mado by THE SIDNEY POW.
ER COMPANY, Sidney, Ore
gon. Mado for family use. Ask
your grocer for It. Bran and
shorts always on hand.
I P. B. Wallace !
Wednesday and Thursday
Two Days of Wonder fol Low Price Giving
Como to our storo and ask for tho goods advortlsed'. Wo have them
hore ready for inspection, and at prices that you cannot beat anywhere
In the Willamette Valley. Read on.
7c best standard apron ging
hams yard 5c
500 yds pretty cliallloa, yd ,.3c
500 yd fancy light porcalos, yd3c
Ladles' $2.60 walking sklrta $1.49
Ladles' 3.90 walking skirts.. 2.75
Ladlos' $500 drosa skirts ... 3.90
Ladlos' $1.35 covert cloth skirts
solo price 75c
Lalles' 75c crash skirts 35c
Ladies' 85c calico wrapper ,,..49c
Ladlos' 26c sun bonnets 15c
45c Kai Kal wash silk, yd ....26c
THE CHEAPEST STORE IN TEE NORTHWEST.
M'Evoy Bf others,Court St., Salem
Tho best values- In town aro
hero Wo buy direct from tho
Prices from Gc to $1.00 per gar
ment. New WindsorjTies 25c
Plain colors, Polka dots, Fou
lard designs and plaids. "Wear
awindsor." Men's Shirts
The shirts shown here are all
this season's styles.
Values like wp offer cannot bo
matched in town.
Our dollar shirts aro always
marked $1.5(3 In clothing stores.
Wo buy cheaper, therefore, can
Buy your white shirts whoro
you can get them cheapest..
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Best work at honest prices.
Tires, Rims, Coaster Brakes and
all other repairs. All work ful
ly guaranteed. Free air in
connection. F. J
Call and leave a list of your city
Property and farm lands which
you wish to put on the market with
DEMOREST & HANNING.
Money to Loan
THOMAS K. FORD,
Over Ladd & Bush's Bank, Salem, Or.
Ladles' shirt waists, slightly
soiled. 25o, 35c and 50c, worth
up to $1.00.
15c white cambric, sateen finish
sale price, yard 10c
75c laco curtains pair 45c
$1.00 laco curtains pair 69c
$2.50 laco curtains, pair ....$1.75
18c dotted Swiss, 40-ln, yd . .120
Thread lace, 44n wide, yd .... 4c
Embroideries all prices, from
3c yard up
Best Sans silk, ball
Best darning cotton, ball .