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how to accomplish the most work with the
least labor, time aud money, has been solved.
makes a woman's work light sets her
mind at rest keeps her purse closed.
Get it before you forget Sold every
where. Made only by
THE N. K. FAIRDANK COMPANY,
8L louls, Chicago. New York, Boston, PMIssilpbla, Sn Francisco.
STATE FIELD DAY Sour
From the Different
SOME PROTESTS FILED
Against Threo of Willamette's
Stomach, sometimes called vratcrbrash,
nitd burning pain, distress, nausea,
dyspepsia, arc cured by Hood's Sarsa
parllla. Tills it accomplishes because
with its wonderful power as a uiooo
purifier, Hood's Sarsaparllla gently
tones nud strengthens the stomach and
dlgcstlvo organs, invigorates the liver,
creutcs an appetite, gives refreshing
sleep, and raises fho health tone. In
cases of dyspepsia and indigestion it
teems to have " a magic touch."
"For over 12 years I suffered from sour
Daily Capital Journal
MV IJUl'ICIt tin- 'MlfCKU
SATURDAY, .MAY JO, 1600.
A DANKBR'S IDEA.
Dr. W. A. CiHlolc, president (if the
Capital National hank, of baleni, pro
IMiwrt u plan that will piutu an Intel
cstlng object Icjwoii to (uhocatcs of
frco silver. Dr. C'unlel: offers to outer
InUi an agreement with lliu other b'a
luin banks that each, for a week, or a
month, Hliuultaucotisly, Hliull handle
no money but silver, it In proposed
toRcud for a carloal of silver, put on
au extra force of clerks and meet all
domands with silver. Whllo this
plan, pui-Hiied by one bank alone
would drlvo the btiiiluos to other
banks in tho haino locality, Dr. L'ualck
thinks that by n coucorted action tho
fallacy of free and unlimited colnngo
of silver would bo practically demon
titrated, and sincerity of tho "free-sllver-or-bust"
advocates tented. All
the hanks nirrce that tho rankest sil
ver It cs) refuse to take tho metal,
whoso virtues they extol, lu greater
(luautltlcH than to or $10, An In
Blanco Ih related, where au uncompro
mising frec.Hilvcrudvocato presented
u check for 2.r0. Tno amount was
piled up before tho customer lu silver,
when IiIh unniieniont, was unbounded.
Asked If hu did not hollo vo tho salva
tion of tho country depended upon
frco silver, ho, hesitatingly nmmorctl
that freo Oliver wnii tho theory but ho
could not uso i'0 of It. A silver
week or a silver mouth, observed by
banks ami business houses, It Is
thought, would bring many to a reali
zation of what freo silver means.
Orcgonlan, Jlay !!8.
1)1 i W, A. Cuslck Is ono of tho licst
read men anil most profound-thinkers
In this city who opposes "frco and un
limited coinage of Hllvor." Ho opposes
silver Intelligently and consistently,
and wo believe honestly and his state
ment ubovo Is written out by Walter
Lyon, un Intelligent young newspaper
man of this city. Yot, wo submit It
Is not it fair proposition, and that
neither Dr. Cuslck or Mr. Lyon would
duro to maintain tho proposition In
argument before an Intelligent nu
(Hence at nny country orohsrouds, or
even In tho gold standard stronghold
The wholo argument jrests on tho
assumption that tho advocate of 10 to
1 colnago of gold and Hllvor is udyocaU
lug silver alone us money, which Is
false Sllvor advocates do not oppose
tho uso of gold and paper as money,
but want tho uso of all three.
It would bo Just as unreasnnublo
mid Juntas unfair to propose that for
n week or a mouth all business should
bo dono In gold or paper. It would bo
Impracticable and Impossible but It
would Ikj no imiro of an argument
than Dr. Cuslck makes against silver.
A carload of silver would bo from
WW.OOOtoll.'JOO.OOO of hllver accord
Ingto'tho.slzo of tho car. In hop
picking season that much silver could
bo disposed of In this Twrtlif tho
"Willamette- valley, and It Is n ell
known fact Hint hop growers often
CURED AS IF BY MAGIC,
VWtMMi of Lost Manhood should ssafl At
cimo lur i ooux
that esilalus haw
ay a gtMid round premium to get sll
ver to pay off hands. There Is hardly
i iiiiiiiiif.ictmliiL' establishment In
j.ilcin that can get silver ennuuh
.Saturday nights to pay off
Its liiitnk Tun Journal has a
minll roll, but bus -often troubled the
banks not a little, when limes were
Hush and mure silver was required, to
get enough silver to pay even fifteen
or twenty people. Now that business
Is at a low obb, and laborers aro work
ing foronc-half what they were get
ting five years ago, there Is plenty of
Hllver in the b'alem banks.
Hut small iih tho wages aro, and
even If the gold lies could depreciate
silver coins to only their bullion value,
which they never can, those coins
oven at bullion value, will buy as
inurli (lour, wheat, ami tho neee-m-rle
of life, as the name amount of
silver bullion, would ton years ago, or
as much labor 'as they would five
years ago. Labor audi farm products
and silver have gone down as gold has
gone up, -or we aro very much mis
Tin: Jouunai docs not wish to get
up a controversy with so learned and
ablo a man as Dr. Cuslck. Hut ho
must sco that what ho proposes Is not
all the principle Involved in tho Hllver
question. Ho adroitly covers up tho
real Issue and Fecks to mako tho causo
of silver us offensive as possible. No
body wants silver alono to do all the
business of tho country. Wo very
much fear Dr. Cuslck aud his friends
want gold alone to bo tho basis money
of. tho country. If that Is not true,
wo wish to bo corrected. Most of tho
opponents of silver do not want to bo
called gold basis money men, because
thoy know that gold alono would not
mako as safe or sound a basis iih gold
and silver taken together. If thoy do
not know It thev should.
9 1 oo Reward 9 too.
Tlie readers of Ihti paper will bo pleased to
learn dirt tliere ts at least one dresded disease
that science lias been able to cure In all lis
tagct. and that it catarrh. Hall's Catardi
Cure is the on'y positive cure now known to
the medical fraternity. Catardi beini? a con.
ilitutlonal disease, requires n constitutional
treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
line nauy, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the ivitcm. theliv
destroying the foundation of the disease and
giwng me patient strength by bulldlnc un the
constitution and assisting nature in doing Its
work The proprietors have so much faith in
Its curative powers that they offer One Hun.
dred dollars for any case that It fails to cure.
Seud (or list of testimonials. Address
, V. J. CIIKNUV & CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
The many imitations of
HIRES Rootbcer simply
point to its excellence the
genuine article proves it.
.4, Mir t, U. CSulH K. Illt IV, 1-tlW.i.lMUt.
tl,lM1U 1141. fell ,;.
Win. Movk.-Oii Juno 1st Ken
worthy "bOeorgo, tho popular entorors,
oxpcci 10 uo ttisiaueu in thoir now
homo at No. 11X1 State street, they
having purchased tho fixtures of tho
Jtoyui. uuey win movo right away
and by tho 1st will bo better prepared
than ever before to sorvo the finest
meals In tho city on short notice.
As Saturday, Juno Oth anproaches,
the more Intense becomes the Interest
and excitement 1 11 regard to the
grand Intercollegiate field day
meet to bo held In Kalom on that day.
Five colleges of the Willamette val
ley will contest for athletic honors.
The order of events and tho entries
from the different colleges appear be
low. Salem will entertain in her
usual satisfactory and pleasing man
ner, several hundred visitors on that
day as excursions, both by boat and
train, will be given from both upper
and lower valley points. The best
athletes or this pa'rt of the state will
be present and contest for honors lu
the respective events. A handsome
sllyer cup, the value of which exceeds
$100, will be awarded the college
securing the largest number or points.
Tho Second Regiment band of Sa
lem will bo present and discourse
beautiful strains of music throughout
the nftcrnoon. Tho management has
thus provided all tho amusement that
could bo desired for tho entertain
ment or those who may witness the
Tho Pacific college, at Newberg, has
nlieady Hied threo protests with
cxci'tiilw committee of the athletic
iin-nclatlon, wheicbj they reek to de
bar Hyars, Uubcock and Sonncmitn, all
or Willamette uuhcrslty, from taking
part lu the contests. The only grounds
ror complaint and upon which they
toly, Is that alio gcntlcmon are con
nected with the musical department.
r.ow this Is certainly n very weak
defense. The college of music Is Just
as much 11 department of Willamette
university as Is tho college or liberal
arts. Again, tho protests nro merely
"guess work" as Is evident In tho
complaint against Uyars. Mr. Hyars
Is taking a courso In Latin, German
and French and has no connection
whatever with the department or
music. Nevertheless Mr. Hyars Is an
accomplished musician, possessing an
unusually rich barltono voice. As ror
Messrs. Habcock and Sonnoman It Is
true they nro students or tlic musical
department but as wo hayo said be
fore that Is ono or tho most valuable
department or tho university.
Willamette university docs not pro
pose to net dishonestly In this matter
and shall do that which slio thinks Is
right. In anticipation of exciting
events on Hold day, our athletes bavo
been training very hard tho past week
andshallcontlnuo in their preparation
next week also. The team promises
10 00 in tno best of condition by Held
day and It Is hoped that tho honest
and conscientious efforts of our homo
team may bo crowned with success
Saturday, Juno Oth.
This grand ovent will be brought to
n happy conclusion with an Intoreollo-
glato banquet at Heed's opera houso
111 too evening at which tlmo a verv
excellent musical and literary nro-
with severe pains across ray shoulders,
and great distress. I had violent nausea
which would leave mo very weak and
faint. dlClcult to oet my breath. Ttaeso
upclls camo oftcner and moro severe. I
did not receive any lasting benefit from
physicians, but found such happy effects
from a trial of Hood's Sarsaparllla, that I
took eoveral bottles and mean to always
keep It In the house. I am now ablo to
do nil ray own work, which for six years
I havo been unnblo to do. My husband
and son havo also been greatly bene
fited by Hood's Barsaparllla for pains In
tho back, and after tho grip. I gladly
recommend this grand blood medicine."
Mm. PKTEtt Bunny, Leominster, Mass.
Is tho One True Blood Purifier. All druggists. Si.
u I. run eure all Llrer Ills and
flOOdS PillS Blck Ucadacno. aosnts.
gram will bo given by the leading
talent of the colleges represented in
Tho entries from the different col
leges nro as follews:
Oregon Agricultural College II. W.
Kcllcy.F. L. Colvlg, W. F. Kcady,
University of Oregon F. M. Tern-
plcton, w. Overholt, L. HIgglns, M.
Davis, II. Rosenberg.
Pnellle College Hugh Nelson.
Paclllo University A. Caplcs, 0.
Hradley, T. Tongue.
Willamette University R. L.GuIss,
II. W. Williams, 0. W. Llvesay.
O. A. C. -A. Wood, F. H. Hague,
H. V. Hiirnett, It. Golden.
U. or 0.-J. N. McFadden, C.
Illshop, A. Morryuian, 0. Vanduyne,
E. II. Rryson.
P. C.-Rob Iiryiint, S. T. Stanley,
Wnltcr Macy, II. T. Cash, Roy David.
P. U. II. P. Hansen, T. Tongue,
W. U.-C. Hrown, S. S. Aschon-
brenner, 0. 0. Miller, R. Davis, M
full Details Gladly Given.
A Railroad. Official's Experience.
220 YARD HURDLU.
O. A. C It. Golden.
U. or O.- F. M. Tcmpleton, D.
ICuykcndall, W. White.
Paclllo Collegc-D. P. Price, C. B.
"Wilson, Leon Kenworthy, O. J. Hod
son. P. U. -J. W. Council, F. Luelllng
P. E. Bauer.
Wlllamctto-A. L. Shulsc, A. G,
Wilson, L. McCluro, A. F. Blttner. C.
0. A. O.-D. II. Bodlne.
U. or 0.-E.Shuttuck,H. S. Temple
ton, W. Gverholt, L. Glllolnnd, J.
P. U. II. Lelncnwebbcr, A. Caples,
Wlllamctto.-C. V. Fisher, I. P,
utillson, w. P. Babcock.
0. A. C.-F. E. Hague.
U.orO.-E. Shattuck, T. Wester,
u. unurcii, i). Ktiykendall.
Paclllio Collego-Luthor Baker,
Walter Macy, II. S.Brltt, Will Round.
P. U.- C. Bradley, P. E. Bauer, F.
Wllamotto-F. Scoot, A. F. Blttner,
II. G. Hlbbard.
U. or O.-D. Kuykendall.AV. White,
wiiiamotte.-R. T. Gulss, H.
Hlbbard, A. F. Blttner.
220 YARD DABlt,
0. A. C.-F. L. Colvlg, W. F.Kcady,
F. H. Crawford, H. W. Kelley.
U. of O. II. Rosenberg, M. Davis,
C. Bishop, 0. W. Kccnc, L. IHggins.
P. C Hugh Nelson, Frank New
man. P. U. A.U. Fells, C. Bcaueamp, II.
W. TJ.-R. L. Gil ss. K. W. Wil
liams, C. G. Murphy.
O. A. C A. Woods, II. II. Vcath,
R. Golden, B. F. Burnett.
U. of O. II. Bcllingher, C. Temple-
ton, E. R. Bryson, R. Hurley,
Pacific College. II. T. Cash, Walter
Macy, S. T. Stanley.
P. U. II. P. Hansen, R. Router.
W. U. S. S. Aschcnbrcnner, R. B.
Wllklns, Ed. Carter, II. G. Hlbbard,
O. A. C F. E. Hague, Walter Har
rison, Robert Golden.
U. of O. L. niKKlns. E. Church, E.
P. Hnycs, C. "Whipple, D. Kuykcndall.
Paclllc Collcgc.-O. J. Johnson, "Will
P. U.-C. Bradley, F. Luelllng, P.
W. U.-C. W. Llvesay, C. 0. Mur
phy, R. T. Gulss.
O. A. C.-M. M. Cooper, C. T. Colt,
U. or O.-L. M. Travis, II. A. In
wall, C. Narregen, I. DeLashmutt, O.
Pacific College. II. T. Cash, G. T.
P. U. II. P. Hansen, II. Lclencn
webbcr. W. U.-J. R. Byars.I.H.Van Winkle.
0. A. C Bruce Burnett, A. Wood,
U. or O. R. Stearns, A. Livcrmore,
R. S. Bryson.
Pacific College 0. K. Edwards, II.
S. Brltt, O. L. Cox.
W. U.-Z. Rlggs, C. G. Murphy, W.
0. Ogle, F. Mooic, B. Rlcliuidson.
From a letter written by Kev. J. Gundei
man, of Dlmondale, Mich., we are ponnitud
to make this extract: "I have no (iciiuiK n
in recomendlng Dr. King's new discovert , as
the resnlts were nlmost marvelous in the case
of my wife. While I was pastor of the l'sp.
list Church at Rives Junction site was brought
down with Pneumonia succeding Ia Uri pc,
Terrible paroxysms of coughing would l.i.t
hours with little mteruption and Tt seemed as
if she could not surviyc them. A friend rcco
mended Dr. King's New discovery; It was
quick In its work and highly tls'factory in
result." Trial bottles free at InedA. Logg'a
Drug Store. Regular size e,o cents, and $1.00
:- r .-Tcssysssagsgsr
ra Srf2fi9;sw mM .vMy&mmmvm , err-'
II. A l'VivKKkVKriS liaia!R.,h7 1 I 1
1 Mul1 tWI? !
1 ri " y j
"Big as a Barn Door,"
State Treasurer's Sixteenth Notice.
State ok OiiEaoN.Treasury Dopt.. )
Salem, May 28, 1800. f
Notice is hereby given that thoro
aro funds on hand with which tore
deem all outstanding stato warrants
endorsed by mo "presented and not
paid for want of funds" between the
dates of October 8, 1895 and the date
of this notice, with tho exception of
warrants drawn on tho swampland
fund, and that all such warrants,
properly endorsed, will bo paid upon
presentation at this olllce, Interest
thereon ceasing from, and after, the
dato or this notice.
r-28-lw State Treasurer.
May 23-Local field day, University
and Y. M. C. A., Salem.
May 20-County canvass by Republi
can candidates at Salem.
Juno 1 General election.
.. ?un,0 9r.IntcrcoueKlato Orcgt
Held day, Salem.
Jiino 10-Republlcan national con-
xjiiwuii, at, mollis.
Juno IO Annunl rnnnlnn nt rin.mn
Juy 7 Democratic national con
vnnVlL r?lltl,0"nl OJUUISt COII-
ventlon, St. Louis.
For 10 cents you get almost twice
as much "Battle Ax" as you do of
other high grade goods Before the
days of "Battle Ax consumers paid
lu cents tor a small plug or the same
quality. Now, "Battle Ax ff High
est Grade, twice the quantity That's i
I true economy
'"'" " mmm mmmmamm
of a day.
Go east over the Burlington and
you will reach
Omaha 17 hours sooner
Kansas City 10 hours sooner
than the man who takes anv
Fossiblv vou doubt this, hut
lit is true just the same,
Get one of our folders, open
I' look at the man in It and
you will understand why it is
rickets and time tables at tho
local ticket ollice.
A. C. SHELDON, G.A.,
COMING ON ITS OWN TRAINS
Tho Most Traveled, Famous and Popular
Exhibitions of tho Unlvorael
sua wnmir itwr
I ftljr, tuta y
sv!kiM an nf.
yJc lellt how
H Mruiwth. us-
When lUby vs slclt, we gr hr CaitoiU.
WUa s& was a, CJilU, the crtU f or Out or U.
yfhtm sh becn Ula, sh clunj to (Vstoria,
th ba CUUJren. she ti them &(.
IsR MMWi V( wj rW-"j
Tin: Titan SuoVB.-Ainoug the
marvelous featured of Horn! Urotliow'
famous exhibitions which will erect
Un many Jlttmmoth tenU for exhlul.
Children Cry for
U. EDWAHD EDMONna. Ions con
nectcd with railroad construction In
Nebraska, wrltosi "My lu.uttnihiM
and iiatucd mo for IV years. Shortness of
breath was tbo constant aud most common
ally followed any m ero exoMou. Falutncss,
hunger wlthomanyninxstlteiilutterlns that
mda mo clutch my breast, and palpitation
that ofteu staggorod too as If I would fall,
wero frequent attacks. Again, osorythlng
would lurnbhuklt IaroMfrom astoonine
posturo quickly. Blceplais nights with their
prostrating unrest wore
numerous aud 1 could
cut no rent day or night.
t cousultod ladlug phy
sicians aud tried ndver-
Heilth Uetl remedies. They
jLic.uui,,,,,,, gave me uo relief, Ono of
Dr. Mllos' circulars described tar ca&a an
exsctly that I took Ir. Miles" New Heart
Curo aud I am now a well man. I hope
vory ouo troubled with heait dUoaso will
try Dr. Mile remedies. It thoy will write
mo personally, I will gladly giro thorn full
details of tuy xporUmeo,MKuw. Bouoxdj.
V. O, Dux , Darld City, Nobra&ka,
Dr. Ulle' Heart Guru U told on guarantee
that Irrt bottlo beaeats or money refunded.
mfr?. Jftcn handicapped by the
rnT&tfZSWl" ?n "ex.nl
HAMMKK T1IU0W. manvof thm rf'v"" "le",. A K."at
0. A. C.-D. II. Uodlne. Clvdn Will. !telr unnecessary. M.iT t," a1f
I. ' 5SS SJ i'i fewrou. state of ner!
U. of O.-II. 'I'emnloton. E. P. Slmt. titatmt iSanv ;"K,Vfa. P
..i. r ... . ; Uortnr Ti,.t . ,., .;. -. ." .".' c
iiiuK, u. uuicianu, J. rilnuinson. 1 dmVhi..ii. .--""'X? "MU- Du . w
P. IT. II. T.liiAnwMv.. b wii,- urtml fTZSAV: 7 ' "9! "at If they
0. Ilradley. ' ' '
AV. U.-I. P.Calllson.I. Van Winkle,
W. P. Habcock.
410 YAitns uu.v.
0. A. C.-P. II. Crawford; M. F.
U. of O.-C. W, Kcono, V. V. John
son, It. Coleman, S. N. McPailden, K.
P. C.-C. IJ. Wtlbon, II. T. Cash, D.
P. Prleo, W. G. Allen, Roy David.
P, U.-II. Hansen. II.
W. Connel, A. Caiilub.
w. U.-. A'. "Williams, C. W.
Lively, m. llrowncll, C. Hrown, L.
O. A. C-II. W. Kellev.
U.of O.-W. Overhalt, h. Galo, M
P. 0.-0. J. Hobson, O. L. Price.
P. U.-P. LuolMnsj, J. AV. Connoll,
V. U.-A. G. Wilson,J. 11. Byaw.
ri... J ;ii on an examination
They do not give h m all the facts in the
case, and so he works fn the dark n.JitS
tfmVke6 &I ta ,0 buS "S too hsSried
lirS xt, ? effort to obUin the
whaMh.eque.nU7 treat ymptoms for
what they appear to be on the surface i hVn
and moST Md ,he "al a'ckness U d?eper
got know exactly hat T. thS maTter 5X
other I. ciuTsitlSrS; .r"n.e! ." ,
Union Pacific System,
Through Pullman Palace Sleepers. Tenuis
Sleepers and Freo Reclining Chslrs daily
POMTZAJM) to CHICAGO
Our trains are heated bv steam' snd W
lighted by PinUch light.
Time to Chicago, 3 i-i Jays
Time to New York, 4 1-2 day.
Which Is many hours quieter than cn
For rates, time tables and full inforouwo
BOISE tO BARKER,
Agents, Saleo, Or,
GRAND TRIPLE CIRCUS
Five Continents Represented I
IOBIER MENAGERIE OF RARE WILD JUIUU
Whaoloilrtl Congress or Carious Crestlonf
OTPIIM Zmm AKO CHEAT MODERN HIPPflOMME
HorseiT'Two Grind i&i,V,.f?upc f. KWta
nee. p.l0 J
R. W. BAXTER,
r P. TlROVN. '
:ral Agent uisr. ra ,
13S Third Street, Portland.
freouentlV'Vo e,hr;r Dr Kee.. w6
thousandsof women hrK"?
ihinsr else. fh iV'-IT" . me
. a uiunintr 11
?oof " , The druggist
, Js either mistaken
same" or "tn ..
S" you there
Ifyou care to know mnr. . . .
na si oue-crnt iamV7VTLr '""' 0,rU oody, I
From all acpnnnt tu mA.ii t.? -
aannte tapo,Unt m ia the amusement
annuals of our commun ty., Tiere arc no
teS!?,.MtPia,1whJrew hM V'Sd Its
tents, and is said to t a ri.n .i, .
cities is laden with paneeyrics. and are unanl-
?TJn PlW!n? U,,iead wd shoulders above
andoverwhe mlng y superior to all oTer
SMkw JLTS minareds attend Bend
h.M?l? 80W dM,y th" a,e not m the
habit or going to drenses. Knowinc that he
mTnt'o3 VZM " M oldtlmanag
mentor Bend Bros. hae concluded to reduce
the price of admission 10 50c
SALEM, JUNE 10.
RflR CATTJ r .
- w.. wtiij. 4jne nnn ..j . 1 .
. mi ..."- "U IWO IOIS.
uatod in Wheatland w , "..,
et in CO&1 fruit. For i." ...""" 7,V ""
lnrrriAru I. .I.:i . " " "rK3in. IBB
VM AoVlsV." JSSSSSNJSi KeT.'psW .V kn?? ? Wheatland
oHg-HMj' atxe Q" ecx
U more popuUr to-dr Uun trsr (
ax s wssqxk!K2K2&2
.jt Tir "i"iz rsmsf
m " B1C "" o-nasa.
1 AX DBUaaiSTS Airo 7ASW. j
w.cmiAsouttou,hrtfcl0;j,,Y,H'wrr'lnal ' "uare"t A, care Jour
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