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DAILY CAriTAtt JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MOMMY, AUGUST 1, JOIO.
INSURGENTS AND STAND-PAT-TERS
ARE ALIGNED FOR BAT
TliE OP THE BALLOT, AND
BOTH FACTIONS ARE CONFI-
DENT OF VICTORY.
IDNITED riUSBS LEASED WIBH.l
Kansas City, Mo., Aug. 1. Not
since tho days of populism has Kan
sas politics had the fever point In
cident to tho primary elections to
be held throughout the state Tuesday
Congressmen, state officials, county
officials and oven town constables
have been forced on either the plat
form of Insurgency or stand-patlsm.
Each Stand-Bat cnntrroanmnn
-which there are six standing for' re-
election, is opposed by an Insurgent
Governor Roscoo Stubbs, chief in
urgent of Kansas, is nlnn Inrr fnr ra
nomination, and is opposed by Tom
Contrary to all precedent insure
ent congressmen, sure of re-election
in uieir own districts, have invaded
tuo districts of their fellow
men in an effort to defeat them. Vic
tor Murdock has been in tho districts
represented by Anthony Miller, Cal
derhead, Campbell. Scott ami RppiIot-
asking that their Insurgent opponents
While the wildest claims of vic
tory are made by both factions, Kan
sas has always proved an unsafe
ground ror political prognostications.
There are scarcely anv Informed
ICansans who are not violently parti
san in tne present struggle, and thus
a clear analysis of the situation is
.hard to get.
Majority opinion, however. Ino.Hnen
to the view that Stubbs will win for
governor, and that three or more nf
ithe regular congressional candidates
will be defeated.
Only two present congressmen will
l)e returned, without opposition. Vic
tor Murdock, of the eighth district,
.and E. H. Madison, of the seventh,
are the favored ones.
. FOR GOVERNOR
i UNITED rRESS I.KARED WIBB.l
T!oncord, N. H Aug. 1. Mrs. Ma
rilla R. RIcker, the woman lawyer,
whowas rep ently. announced as a can
didate for governor 'of New Hamp
shire, will not bo allowed to have her
name on the ballot Attorney-General
Easton has written to Secretary of
State Pearson declaring that, under
' under the New Hampshire law, Mrs.
"RIcker may not bo a candidate be
cause of her sex.
Attorney Henry Robinson, who
represents Mrs. RIcker, says he will
"bring mandamus proceedings to force
the secretary of state to put his cli
ent's name on the ballots to be used
Socialist Party Growing.
rUfJITRD rBKRK T.EABKn WIRH.1
Chicago, Aug. 1. Secretary
"Barnes, at local Socialist headquar
ters has received from the Interna
tional Socialists' headquarters In
Brussels, Belgium, a world electoral
census of tho party. Large increases
are shown in European countries.
The figures for tho United States,
"based upon the dues-paying Member
ship shows an Increase of lSO.'OOO
slnco the last presidential election.
This country Is fourth In tho list In
numerical strength of the organiza
tion. Iron in A,II,I1U"J'-
The following is a brief summary
.of the facts known as to the use of
iron by the ancients:
Interesting in the light of recent
metallurgical practise Is a part of an
iron tool found In the Great Pyra
mid, because it contains not only
nickel, but also combined carbon,
-showing that it is not of meteoric
Under a sphinx at Karnak an iron
fickle was found.
At Delhi there still exists an iron
pillar 50 feet high and 1C Inches In
diameter, made of 50-pound blooms
welded together. This pillar, it Is
suggested, may bo regarded as tho
doyen among products of tho heavy
The use of iron and steel In China
"has been traced to the year 2357 B.
The Japaneso are said to have hnd
a curious method of making steel.
Thay burled forged iron in marshy
'ground and after eight or 10 years,
through somo alchemy of nature, it
came out stool. Dallas News.
Won't Need o Crutch.
When Editor J. C. Sowiman, of
Cornelius, N. C, bruised bis lag badly
it atarUd an ugly sore. Many mIvm
and ointments proved worthlew.
Then Ducklen's Arnica Salve healed
it thoroughly. Nothing so prompt
and suro for ulvers, bolls, burns,
bruises, cut, corns, sores, pimples,
eczema or,pllea, 25c at J, C. Perry". ;
Black Duck. Minn. "Ahont a war
ago I wrote you that I was sick and
could not do any of
my housework. My
BicKnoss was called
1 would sit down I
felt as if I could not
get up. I took
Lydia E. Pinkham's
pound and did just
as you told mo and
now I am perfectly
cured, and havo a
bit babv hov."
Mrs. Anna Andekson, Box 10, Black
Consider This Advice.
No woman should submit to a surgi
cai operation, which may mean death,
until she has given Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegotablo Compound, made exclusive
ly from roots and herbs, a fair trial.
This famous medicine for women
has for thirty years proved to be tho
most valuable tonic and invigoratorof
tho female organism. Women resid
ing in almost every city and town in
tho United States bear willing testi
mony to tho wonderful virtue of Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
It cures female ills, and creates radi
ant, buoyant female health. If you
are ill, for your own sake as well as
those you love, give it a trial.
Mrs. Pinkliani, at Lynn, Mass.,
invites all sick women to write
her for advice. Her advice is free,
and always helpful.
(By Gustave Edlund.
From the Census blanks wo learn
That the one who runs the churn,
And that patches up our breeches,
In our shirts takes a few stitches,
And the one who bakes the bread,
And each day makes up the bed,
Milks the cows, feeds the hens,
Nails the. pickets on the fence,
Skims the milk and feeds tho calve3,
Makes cough syrups and good salves,
Does the cooking, sets our tables,
Sings us songs and tells vs fables,
Makes her dresses, darns tho socks,
Does the washing, winds the clocks.
Spanks the children, rocks the baby,
(Knitting at the same time, maybe,)
Hayingtime will help at mowing,
And at County Fairs is showing,
Just as proud as you can please,
Samples of her home-made cheeso,
Who will gather up the eggs, ' '
Jrace the wobbly table legs,"
Sweep and dust, and scrub the floors,
Nail the hinges on the doors,
Dig, and hoe, and weed tho garden,
Of the pantry act as warden,
Work the mottoes on thfl wall,
Put therult up for us ml,
Plant, and water all tho flowers,
Tie up vines In shady bowers,
See that nothing pines and wilts,
Carpets make and crazy quilts,
Puts the mothballs in our clothes,
Dresses up some new scarecrows,
From the store keeps all the tags,
Scours kettles, mends the bags,
Irons out our Sunday shirt,
Ne'er lets the little chicks get hurt,
And keeps all of them a-llvlng,
Raises turkeys for Thanksgiving,
And in sewing circles sews
Clothes tho heathens wear as beaux,
Carries slop down to the pig,
And makes lap-robes for our rig,
Propping up the fence posts leaning,
Never misses spring housecleanlng,
Cuts the grass from off the lawn,
Keeps it green, puts water on,
Washes windows, fills the lamps,
Cures us of our colds and cramps,
Sets the traps to catch tho mouse,
Whitewashes the chicken house,
Kills tho bugs by poison vapors,
Catches flics on "stick-um" papers,
In the mornings builds tho fire,
Ties the rake up with a wire,
Carries water from the well,
(Half tho things I cannot tell),
And delights in thrifty shopping
When In town awhile she's stopping,
Where sho surely without fall
Attends every bargain sale,
When she tries to get a vote
(From the census blanks I quote),
All tho housewives of our nation,
Simply have "No occupation."
Farm and Homo.
Japanese at St, Pauls Cathedral.
Among tho Japaneso visiting Lon
don this summer In connection with
the exhibition, there are a large
number of Christians belonging to
various denominations. These wero
invited to attend St. Pauls cathedral
on Sunday evening, whon seats wero
reserved for them beneath tho dome,
and a sueclal sermon was preached
by Dr. Boyd Carpenter, tho eloquent
Bishop of Nipon. The tickets were
Issued by the Rov. A. O. B. West,
the energetic rector of St. Dustan-
la-the-Hast, who roaldee at the
dreadfully heathen address of 10
Idol Lano. Westminster Gazette.
If your liver U sluggish and out of
tone, and you fee) dull, bilious, con
stipated, tube a 4eee of Chamber
lain's Stomaeh and Liver Tablets to
night before retiring, and you will
feel all right in the morning. Sold
by all dealers.
Wheat Bluestem, 08c; club, 90c;
rod Russian, 88c; Valley, 90c.
Flour Patents, sc.35 per barrel;
straights, $4.304.95; export, $4
Valley, $5.40; graham, $5; whole
wheat, quarters, $5.20.
Barley Feed and browing,
$24. 50 per ton.
Hay Track prices: Timothy, Wil
lamette valley, $18 19 per ton:
Eastern Oregon, $20 22; alfalfa,
now, $13 14.
Corn Whole, $32; cracked, $33
per ton. .
Millstuffs Bran, $20 per ton;
middlings, $30; shorts, $2122;
rolled barley, $2426.
Oats No. 1 white, $2 9 30 per
Vegetables and Fruits.
Green Fruits Apples, now, 50c
91.DU pur uux; upneum, ouciu'fx.da
per box; plums, 50c$1.25 per box;
pears, $2.25 per box; peaches, 30c
$1.25 per box; grapes, $1.50
Berries Blackberries, $1.50 per
Melons Watemrelon3, 60c
$1.00 per hundred; cantaloupes, $1
fn)9. Rft no, prnto
Tropical rruiis uranges,
i.ou; lemons, $iao; grapcirujt,
3 d.so lip o.ou per uox; uiunums, ou
nop nAiinrl ' litnnnnnlAQ tn tmi 1 1 fwl
Vegetables Artichokes, 60 75c
enhhniro. ZVa p.GTiZCp. ner notind! cnul
iflower, $1.50 por .dozen, cucumbers,
ca. i. . 1 nnn .1 .
corn, 45c per dozen; egg plant 12c
noi- Ynllnrl- lintfinlian lattlten KOfTftSI
. J ! n oaiAi. nM n .. n .1 .
horseradish 12 c per pound; green
onions, 15c per dozen; peas, 5c; pep
pers, 1012Vc per pound; radishes,
lbzuc per dozen; squasn, duc per
crate; rhubarb, 2c per lb.; tomatoes,
fiKrf75)S1 nor hnv.
Sack Vegetables Carrots, $1
.25; beets, $1.50; parsnips, $1
,25; turnips, $1.
sweet potatoes, 6"7c per lb.
Onions Walla Walla, $2.50 per
sack;. Hood River, $2.25 per sack.
Dairy and Country Produce.
Butter City creamery, extras,
33c; fancy outside creamery, 31
33c por lb.; store, 23c; butter fat,
Eggs Oregon candled, 26
27c per doz.; Eastern, 2425c.
Cheese Full cream, twins, 17 o
per lb.; Young America ,18 c.
Poultry Hens, 16. 16;
springs, 1617c; ducks, 1'4
15c; geese, 10llc; turkeys,
live, 1820c; dressed, 2225c;
squabs, $3 per dozen.
Pork Fancy, 13c -per lb.
Veal Fancy, 12 c per lb.
Groceries, Dried Fruits, Etc.
Dried fruit Apples, 10c per lb.;
peaches, 7c; prunes, Italians, 4
5c; prunes, French, 4 5c; cur
rants, 10c; apricots, 15c; dates, 7c
per pound, figs, fancy white, 6c;
fancy black, 7c; choice black, 5c.
Salmon Columbia River, 1-lb.
tails', $2 per doz.; 2-lb. tails, $2.95;
1-lb. ilats, $2.10; Alaska pink, 1-lb.
tails, 90c; red, 1-lb. tails, $1.45;
sockeye, 1-lb. talis, $2.
Coffee Mocha, 24 28c; Java,
ordlnoy, 17 20c; Costa Rica, fan
cy, 1820c; good, 1618c; ordi
nary, 12 16c per lb.
Nuts Walnuts, J 5c per lb.; Bra
zil nuts, 13 15c; Alberts, lGe;
aimonds, 17c; pecans, 19c; cocoa
nuts, 90 $1 por dozen.
Salt Granulated, $15 per ton;
half-ground, 100s, $10.50 per ton;
50s, $11 per ton.
Beans Small white, 5c; largo
white, 4; Lima, 5c; pink, 7c,
red Mexicans, 7c; bayou, 7c.
Sugar Dry granulated, fruit and
berry, $6.25; boot, $6.05; extra O,
$5.75; golden C, $5.65; yellow D,
$6.C5; cubes (barrels), $5.65; pow
dered, $6.50; Domino, $10.40
$16.90 per case. Terms on remit
tances within 15 days deduct c
per lb., If later than 15 and within
30 days, deduct c per lb. Maple
sugar, 15 18c per lb.
Rice No. 1 Japan, 4c; cheaper
grades, $3.504.55(; Southern head,
Honey Choice, $3.25 3.50 por
case; strained, 7c per lb.
Hams 10 to 12 lbs.. 22c; 12 to
14 lbs., 21c; 14 to 16 lbs., 21c;
18 to 20 lbs., none; skinned, 22c;
picpics, 15c; cottage roll, 18 c.
Bacon Fancy, 30c; standard,
29 c; choice, 28 c; English, 23
Smoked Meats Beef tongues.
.75c; dried beef sets, 22c; outsides,
20c; insldes, 2c; knuckles, 22c.
Dry Salt Cured Regular short
clears, dry salt, 16 c; smoked,
18c: backs, light, salt, 16c,
moked, 18c; backs, heavy salt, 16c:
smoked, 17 c; export bellies, salt
17c; smoked, 18 c.
Pickled Goods Barrels, pigs'
feet, $16; regular tine, $10; honey
comb tripe, $12; lunch tongues, $22,
lambe' tonguee, $40. "
Lard Tens: Kettle rendered.
10 c; standard pure, 154c; cholco
4c; shortening, 11 c.
Hops, Wool, Hides, Eto.
Hops 1909 crop, 8 12c! accord
cording to quality; olds, nominal;
1910 contracts, 1313a
Wool Eastern Oregon, 1317o
lb.; Valley, 15 18c por lb.
Mohair Choice, 32 33c por lb
Cascara Bark 4c per lb.
Hides Salted hides, 7.7c per
lb.; salted. calf, 13c; salted kip, 8c;
salted stags, 6c; green hides, lc less;
dry hides, 16 17c; dry calf, 17
18c; dry stags, 11 12c.
Pelts Dry, 10 c; salted, butch
ers take-off, $1.15 1.40; Spring
lambs, 25 45c.
Grain Bags In carlots, 5c
Linseed Oil Puro raw In barrels,
$1.01; kettle boiled, In barrels,
$1.03; raw, In cases, $1.06; kettle
boiled, In cases, $1.08. Lots of 250
gallons, 1 cent less per gallon.
Turpentlne--In cases, 82c; In
wood barrels, 79 c.
Coal OH Water whlto in drum3,
iron whitp in drums of iron barrels,
14c; union keroseno in cases, 2-5c,
28c; oleum kerosene in cases, 2-5,3,
21s; Aurora kerosono in cases, 2-5s,
GASOLINE Union gasoline in
bulk 18c; union gasoline In cases,
2-5s, 25c; union motor spirit in
bulk, 18c; union moter spirit In
cases, 2-5s, 25c; No. 1 engine dis
tillate in iron drums, 8c; No. 1
engine distillate in cases, 2-5s,
15" c;; V., M. & P., naptha In iron
drums or barrels, 15c; V., M. & P.
naptha in cases, 2-5s, 22c.
Benzine Union benzine in Iron
drums or barrels, 15c; union bon
zine In cases, 2-5s, 22c; union stove
distillate In iron drums, 7c.
Saved From Awful Peril.
, "I never felt so near my grave,"
writes Lewis Chamberlain of Man
chester, Ohio, R. N. No. 3, "as I was
when a frightful cough and lung
trouble pulled mo down to 115
pounds in splto of many remedies
and the best doctors. And that I am
allvetoday is duo solely to Dr. King's
New Discovery, which completely
cured me. Now I weigh 160 poundB
and can work hard. It also cured my
four children of croup." Infallible
for coughs and colds, Its the most cer
tain remedy for la grippe, asthma,
desperate lung trouble and all bron
chial affections, 50c and $1.00. A
tr'al bottle free, guaranteed by J. C.
The way to bliss lies not In beds
of down. Quarles.
AN UP-TO-DATE DRUGGIST
says it la surprising how many old
fashioned remedies are being used, which
goes to show that it is hard to improve
somo of our grandmothers' old, time-tried
remedies. For instance, for keeping tho
hair dark, soft and glossy, nothing equal
ing our grandmothers' "sago tea" has ever
been discovered. Although, by the addi
tion of sulphur and other Ingredients, this
old-fashioned brew has been made more
effective as a scalp tonic and color re
storer. Nowadays when our hair comes
out or gets faded or gray, Instead of go
ing to the garden or garret for herbs and
making the "tea" ourselves, wo simply
go to tho nearest drug store and ask for
a bottle of Wycth's Sage and Sulphur.
This preparation is sold by all leading
druggists for SO cents and $1 a bottle, or
is sent direct by the. Wyeth Chemical
Comnanv. 74 Cortlandt St.. New York
City, upon receipt of price
J. O. PERRY.
Gold Dust Flour
Made by the SYDNEY POWER
COMPANY, Sydney, OregoB.
Mode fcr Family Use.
Ask your grocer for It. Bran
Mid Shorta always oa hand.
P. B. WALLACE, Agt.
I Salem Fence Works 1
J Headquarters for Woven Wire
Fencing, Hop Wlro, Barb Wire,
' 1 Poultry netting, Shingles, Mal
J I thold Roofing, P. & B. Ready
Roofing, Screen Doors, Adjust
! '. able Window Screens, and Hop
! CilAS D. MULLIGAN
250 Court street. Phone 124
Salem's most popular res
taurant, 362 State street. We
nover close, upon nil night
Win. McGilchrist & Sons
m FRENCH FEMALE
KH II f Ifah O.
i mm m
A Birt, Cntin Kiui tat BrntnuD ixmv.noat,
milBCW TO WIL uj ti.
bf pm MB4 JMIf 0t4W9 to U
M tOICAL CO,. 0X T4 Unouhr. pa.
S 'd In Salaro hv Dr. B. C. Btona
Capital Journal "Want Ads" Bring
Oie cent a word 'or first ImertUn.
Jo-tml( cent a wo d for ench Insertion
thereafter. Mo atrertliement taken for
leas than 25c Cennt Hx werds U tot
A GOOD SPECULATION 400 acres
first class land; 100 acres In culti
vation, balance In nlco grub oak
timber, well located. $35 per
acre. Apply at onco to John H.
Scott Company. 7-2 0-1 mo
FOR BALE Good 1 H. P. Stavor
gasolino engine, cheap. Inqnlro
at 178 South Liberty St. 6-22-tt
FOR SALE M. McDonald's 7-room
residence, 3 CO Capitol street. House
lighted by gas, heated with hot
water; full basement. Apply to E.
A. Bonnet at nursery office on 12th
WOOP FOR SALE Now la the
time to buy your wood, while It Is
cheap. Sumjmor delivery. Ash,
oak and fir. Slddall & Eaton, 570
North Liberty. Phone 1663.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Elght
room house on Court street 125
foot front, 165 feet deep; strictly
modern, sower connections, elec
tric lights, etc. Everything In
finest condition. Enquire of Mell
Hamilton, 357 State street.
FOR SALE 2 modern residences on
Chemeketa street, nt a bargain.
Apply 344 State St. 7-15-tf
LOTS FROM $100 UP Located
about two blocks from tho now
North Salem school; size 50x120.
Only $10 down and $5 per month.
Come and seo mo about these be
fore they are gone Homer H.
Smith Room 5, McCornack bldg.
Phone 96. 7-15-tf
FOR SALE CHEAP A good 6-room
house, two lots, fine well, barn,
woodshed, chlckon park. Call at
1811 Leo street, corner South Sev
FOR SALE A five-passenger auto
mobile at a bargain; must bo sold.
Capital Garage. 7-18-tt
I HAVE FOR SALE Camping out
fits, tents, 3 and 4-foot walls, most
all sizes. Wagon covers, camp
stores, looking glasses, etc. C.
DUlman, 447 State street.
$600. BUYS A GOOD 4-room cottago
on inside lot, 50x120. Ono block
from Highland station; ono block
from church. Call at 2164 Maple
avenue, Highland Addition.
FOR SALE By owner, a fine lot
east front, South Commercial and
Washington streets. Wm. "Hall.
FOR SALE Good cow. Inqulro at
868, 16th and B streots. 7-29-
FOR SALE Ten canary slngorB,
588 North Winter street. 7-30-3t
WANTED Experienced chambor-
mald at Railroad Hotel, Albany,
WANTED. A good driving horse.
Call at Mitchell, Lewis & Staers'.
WANTED At onco, 300 hop pick-
ors to register good yards; har
vest hands; 1 good cook; 2 wait
resses. 544 Stato St. A. C.
Smith & Co. Phono 1607.
WANTED Girls or women at the
Glove Factory, 1455 Oak street.
Steady work. Gleason & Co.
MEN WANTED. For construction
work, P. R., L & P. Co. Enqulro at
now barn, corner of Chomekota
and Front streets, Salem, Oregon.
THOSE WISHING to pick hops In
tho Schlndler yard, phono 607 or
write Chas. LIvesley, Salem, Ore
FOR RENT D-room modorn house,
2355 East Stato street. Apply ac
Rostoln & Grcenbaum's. 7-25-tt
FOR RENT A 5-room houso. Also
light housekeeping rooms. Phono
647. 961 Mill St. 7-29-3t
FOR RENT Modern houso, two
blocks from Court houso. Phone
1552. John II. Scott Co. 7-30-3t
LOST Throo largo cuts of tho Fix
ture room, tho Plating room and
tho Assembling room of Electric
Flxturo and Supply Co., by Jour
nal Ad. solicitor. Return to this
office for reward. 7-22-tf
FOUND Six oalvw. Owner can
have same by paying charge.
Call at Casto's place, near Fair
Grounds store. 7-28-Ct
Confectionery opposite court
houso on State St., for your Ice
cream, cold sodas, peanuts and
popcorn. Also a full lino of cigars
and tobacco and dally papors.
Call and supply your needs at 62S
Stato St. 7-13-lmo
PALACE DRY CLEANING AND
hatter I will dry clean and dye
your clothes and guarantee satis
faction. My ten years of exper
ience in this lino of business Is
assufanco of good work. I make
old hats like now. Your patron
age Is earnestly solicited. 444
Court St., Salem, Ore. Charles E.
Chambers, Prop. 7-16-lmo-
BUTTE & WENDEROTH Ft,
wines .liquors and cigars. Wo nan
dio the celebrated Kellogg an
Castle whiskies. Cool and r
freshing beer constantly ci
draught. South Commercial St.
SALEM WATER COMPANY Offlee
city hall. For water service applj
at office. Bills payablo monthlj
G. F. MASON BOX COMPANY
247 Miller street, South Salem,
manufacturers of all kinds a
boxes, crates and fruit dryer ae
cessorlcs. Phono 308. tl
ELLIS & WOOD-
louns and Insurance, notary pub
lic, employment bureau. Phant
654. 476 Court St., Salem. Or
gon. Ticket offlco Hamburg-American
steampship lines. 11-1-lyi
PIANO TUNING Lutollus L.
Woods, tuning, polshlng, repair
ing. Telephone 984. Shop 6S0
N. Winter St. 3-2-lyr
Dally between Salem and Indepen
dence. Leavos O. C. T. dock Sa
lom, 7:30 a. m. and 4 p. m.; re
turning leaves Independence 9:30
a. m. and 6 p. m. Connects both
ways with motor to Monmouth
and Dallas. Excursions and tow
ing dono at reasonable rates.
Frank Skinner, master.
SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY Dr.
W. H. Byrd, president; Mrs. H
W. Meyers, vice-president; Ed.
GlUlngham, secretary. Executive
committee: Rev. Barr G. Leo,
Miss Kittle Moore, Mrs. E. Hofer.
Cases of cruelty to animals should
bo reported to the Society for In
vestigation. FOR CEMENT, GRAVEL CRUSHED
. .rock and cement blocks, sob Salem
Construction Company, 179 South
Commercial street. 7-19-tf
ABATER, WATER Wells dug, walled
cledned, 'Blasting, Urllllnp,' eto.
Flu6rf built. Address A. F. Holt,
Salem, 2050 N. Fourth street.
THB HIGHLAND LAUNDRY has
again opened for business under
tho old management. All work
called for and delivered, work
manship guaranteed. E. E. Wal
lace, proprietor. Phono 403.
THEO, M. BARR Plumbing, hoi
water and steam Heating and tin
ning, 164 Commercial St. Phone,
Main 192. 9-1-lyi
OTTO MUELLHAUPT Plumbing,
heating, gas fitting; prices reas
onable; work guaranteed; esti
mates furnished. . Phono S7I
jlj06 Chomekota street. 4-17-tl
LIVERY Si ABLE.
POST OFFICE LIVERY STABLU
and Salo Stable. FIno turnouts.
Good service. Second hand rig
for sale. E. E. Gillian, Prop
254 Ferry St. For a rig telephone
BUTTERNUT BREAD It is wort
more than any other bread, yet
the prlco Is no higher. For bU
at your grocer's. California Bak
ery, Thomas & Cooloy, Props.
H. G. MEYER & CO. Tho best and
largest shop In the city. Mb
first-class barbers. Only flrst-clas
bootblack In city; porcelain bath
ard everything pertaining to a Aral
class shop. Also carry a full line
of cigars and tobacco and barbers
supplies. 162 Commercial atree'.
noxt door to Statesman office.
SALEM TRANSFER CO. Bucce
sors to Cummins Bros. Transfe
orders for transferring promptly
attendod to. We also carry a lint
of building material, plaster, ce
ment, lime, building blocks and
fa my cemont blocks.
PAINTERS, PAPER HANGERS.
PAINTER AND PAPER HANGER
Ftatlmatca mado and flrst-clasi
work done. I. D. Driver, 611
North Capitol stroot, Salem, Or
Phone 026. 6-28-0
In buying a cough raodlclne don't
bo afraid to get Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. Tlioro Is no danger from
It, and relief Is sure to follow. Us
peclally recommended for coughs,
colds and whooping cough. Sold by
SALEM ORANGE NO. 17, PATRONS
of Husbandry Meets in Hurst
Hall on Stato street, on tho fourth
Saturday of enrh month, at 10:39
a. m. , Vlsltlns and sojourning
mombors welcome. F, A. Myers.,
master. Zella s. Fletcher, secre
CAMP GROUND Vltao Spring Parle
is eight miles from Salem, on tho
Liberty and Independence road.
We offer free for tho camping sea
son. Camping privileges, wood
and Vltae Spring Mineral water.
Mrs. E. B. Smith, Rt. 3, Salem.
MODERN WOODMEN of AMERICA--Oretcon
Cedar Camp No. 5246.
Meets every Thursday evening at
8 o'clock lu Holman Hall. W. W.
Hill, Counsel; F. A. Turner, Clerk.
WOODMEN OF WORLD Meot ov
ery Friday night at 7; 30 o'clock
In Holman Hall. D. P. Newman, C
C; L. H. Fletcher, Cerk. 1-10-09
A. O. U. W. PROTECTION Lodgo
No, 2 meets every Monday even
ing at 8:00 p. m., In Holman
Hall, corner Stato and Liberty Sts.
George P. Litchfield, M. W. A.
Eugcno Aurranc, Recorder.
MULTNOMAH ROYAL ARCH CHAP
ter No. 1. Masonic hall second
Friday o each month, at 8 p. m.
N. P. Rasmussen Ex. High Priest;
Lot L. Pearco, Secretary. 7-9-tf
UNITED ARTISANS Capital As
sembly No. 84, moots every Friday
evening in I. O. O. F. Temple.
Mrs. Ida L. Nlles, M. A. S. R.
Vail, secretary, 158 S. Cottaga
stroot. Phono 1214. 7-23-tf
Dysentery Is a dangerous disease,
but can be cured. Chamberloln'c
Colic, Cholera and Darrhoea Remedy
has been successfully used In nine ep
idemics of dysentery. It has -never
been known to fall. It is equally val
uable for children and adults, and
when reduced with water and sweet
ened, It Is pleasant to take. Sold by
Coll for Bids; Capitol Street; Shift
ping to Madison.
Notice is hereby given that tho in
dcrslgned will receive bids up to flv
o'clock p. m. on Monday, July 25th,
1910, for tho Improvement of Capitol
Street from tho South line of Ship
ping Street to the North line of Madl-.
son Street in tho City of Salem, Ore-'
gon, according to tLo plans and
specifications adopted for said Im
provement and on fllo in tho offlco
of tho City Recorder. Tho City re
serves the right to reject any and all
bids. Said bids will bo considered
by tho Common Council on July 25th,
W. A. MOORES,
7-20-llt City Recorder.
Notice of Assessment, Capitol Street,
Stato to Court.
Notlco is hereby glvon that tho
Common Council of tho City of
Salem, Oregon, will at or about 7:30
o'clock p. m. on the 25th day of
July, 1910, at the Common Council
Chambers at Salem, Oregon, jroceed
to assess upon each lot or parcol of
land llablo therefore Its proportion
ate share of tho cost of the Improve
ment of Canltol Stroet from tho
North lino of Stato Streot to tho
South lino of Court Street" in tho city
of Salem, Orogon, according to tho
plans and specifications adopted for
such Improvement and on file at tho
offlco of the City Recorder.
All persons Interested in said as
sessment shall appear at said tlmo
boforo said Common Council within
five days following said date for tho
privilege, If they so desire, to mako
said improvement In lieu of tholr as
sessment. Dono by ordor of the Common
Council of tho City ofLSalom, Oregon,
tho 18th day of July, 1910.
W. A. MOORES,
7-20-llt City Recorder,
President Helps Orphans.
Hundreds of orphnns havo beon
helped by the president of tho Indus
trial and Orphan's Homo at Macon,
Ga., who writes: "We hnvo used
Electric Bitters in this Institution for
nlno years. ,It has proved a most ex
cellent modlctno for stomach, liver
and kidney troubles. Wo regard It an
ono of tho best family medicines on
earth." It Invigorates all vital or
gans, purifies tho blood, aids diges
tion, crentos appetite To strengthen
and build up palo, thin, weak chlldron
or run down pooplo It has no equal.
Best for fomnlo complaints, Only
50c, nt J. C. Perry's.
GREAT CHINESE DOCTOR
L. M. HUM
tins medlclno which will euro any
known dlsoaso. Ho makes a special
ty of and guarantees to ouro catarrh,
asthma, lung, throat, rheumatism,
doblllty, stomrob, liver, kidney
troubles; also any blackoned or
swollen soreness, broken limbs:
smallpox, opldomlc; all kinds of
bolls, lost manhpod, fomalo weak
ness, hernia troubloa and paralysis.
Consultation free. Cure of Ylck So
Tong Co., Chinese drugs and herbs
ICS High stroet, upstairs. Salem,