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THE D AILY JOURNAL. GAt-EM, OREGON, SATURDAY, AUQU8T 8, 1903.
PIVK Old Eyes Cannot Gow Youag. Old 6Ves cannot grow young again. That is-too much (o hope for. But- the right classes can banish a great deal of their dimnejs-testore not a little of their waning usefulness. Obserye that we said RIGHT GLASSES There are no eyes requiring more care in fitfing than those of people well along in years. To buy glasses from the inexperienced Vendor is therefore the sheerest folly. Come'to us and see how much grea'ter is the satisfaction in glasses furnished and fitted by experienced rands. Our optical depigment has one of the finest opthalmic equipments in. the city. Corner State and Liberty Streets, Salem. tomf - Hiiiniiiiin iiinitiim I ."Social Realml MIIIHriH II I I I HI MUM PERSONALS. W. S. Watorbury went to Duttovlllo this morning' for a short stay. A. O. Nowoomo returned last oven Iiir from nn outing at Newport Governor Chamboraln left .last ev ening for Portland for nn ovor-Sunduy Unit. , Mrs. 0. Ij Darling left this morning for a short visit to her parents at Hub bard. Secretary of Stato Dunbar left thlB morning for Astoria, for an over-Sunday visit John Craig wont to 'Myrtlo Creek this morning for a Bhort business visit. Mr. and Mrs. George F. Ilodgers left this morning for Newport for a stay nt tho seaside. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Young went to Newport this morning for a wcok's stay at tho seaside. Mrs A. A. Miller and daughter went to Newport this morning for the bene fit of tho young lady's health. Mrs. C. I). Sholton went to Portland this morning for a stay with friends over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Z. J. Hlggs loft today for a fow weeks 'visit to relatives In San Francisco. J. M. Watson came down this morn ing from his homo In Tumor, for a short business visit. Mrs. M. F. Myers, of Tho Dalles, la visiting nor daughtor, Mrs. Dr. 0. C. Ksholmnn, In tlila city. Rov. W. C. Kantner wont to Hub bard this morning, whoro ho will con duct a funeral this aftornoon. Mrs. W. P. Rubcock loft tills morn IngforTacoma, to visit hor sister, Mrs. A. J. Ollbo, for a couplo of weeks. Mr and Mrs. W. P. Ooorgo went to Portland this morning., whoro Mrs. Oeorgo will tako further treatment. Rev. H. R. Mills, or Scattlo, Is In tho city, visiting his brother, John A. Mills, who Is lying 111 with typhofd fovor. Justice C. E. Wolvorton returned this morning from n ton-days' stay at Cascadla, whoro ho spont his time fishing. , R. R. Watson and Miss Rlrdlo Fill ltr wore this morning granted a mar rlago llconso, Walter Fuller signing tho affidavit. Hon. J. II. Albert was a passenger for Portland this morning, to attend tho session of tho Lowls and Clark ex position, which moots this aftornoon. Watt Shlpp and Sam Morris went to Portland this morning, whoro ha latter will sign with tho Portland Browns for tho bnlanco of tho baseball eason umo venta smith loit uiis morn lag (or Waltsburg, Washington, for an extended visit with relatives. Sho was accompanied as far as Portland by her sister, Pearla. 0. O, ningham Is going to Newport tonight to dig rock oysters, batho In the ocean, nnd gonorally enjoy tho Pleasures of tho beach at Nye Creek, nd will stay a week. Mr, J. Rocho and Mrs. Roche, of Portland, were in tho city this morn ing on their way to Newport. Mr. ftoche Is tho traveling passenger "Sent for tho Denver & Rio Orando railroad, apd nn old-time nowspnpor man Mr, and Mrs. M. L. Chamberlain ac companied by Miss Ellon Chamberlain nd Dr 0. C Eshelman, Jeft this morn as for Portland, for consultation with ttyslclans there on Mr. Chamber kin's case. Tho patient Is somewhat improved, and there are hopes for fur Uer improvement in his condition, 'to will probably remain In Portland tor a time, taking treatment at tho nltarlum In that city Mro W. C Hawloy went to Cascadla & .. . A nice well Irowftci ktaf ef Ui cones from rooJ material HARB WHEAT FLOUR, Tt Callfenla Bakery uses th test of , everythii? aad mIeh everytWw tt lest. , Leave aa erer nr Mr waM te t at yoar , 93 Court Street. Oa Sale at Tie Spa, t i 4 State St. jjr MA(Mke gJ iJTif MtfiWI'lir'"'' this morning for an extended stay at that resort. Professor Hawley will Join her at that place Monday. II. C. Slocum, of Roseburg, was a visitor to Salem this morning. Roy. II. L. Pratt came up from Port land this morning for an ovor-Sunday visit. Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo. S. Downing, havo gone to the mountains for an extended outing. A. N. MoqroB went to Newport this morning to Join his family nt the Nye Creek beach. I.. M. Wagner nnd daughter, Mrs. Monroe Nye, left this morning for n short visit with friends nt Tumor. " Mrs. Elbert Thompson loft today for Philomath, wlforo sho will visit for a fow weeks, with her parents, W. H. Doles. i Mrs. D. J. Fry and children, Miss Ethol'Frlzzoll nnd Miss Emily Jcffer les loft this morning for Eugene, whoro they will Join Mr. Fry and Mr.' Frlzzoll, and, leaving thoro by wagon, go to Crater Lake and other points In tho Cnscado mountains for a slx-weoks' outing. Tho remains of tho late Frederick Stolwor, who passed away last Thurs day, were given burial at tho Loonoy cemetory this forenoon, aftor a brief funeral service at tho homo of tho family In this city. Tho funeral pro cession loft this city at 8 o'clock this morning for tho cemetery, whoro tho last sorvlces woro hold ovor tho re mains by Uio Jefferson Masonic lodgo, of which ho was an honored member, ' Meg. llonry Schomaker and two children, Mabel and Ivan, returned home this evening, after a fow days' visit wlUi friends In tho country. Strong' Restaurant Uso spring' wator on' their tables. Why not go thero and got somothlng cool on these warm days. South Salem Personals. Miss Clara Pratt of Poitland, camo up last night, and will visit friends In South Salem. R. K, Conn, of Portland, wna in South Salem on busjnoss yesterday. A Nowsomo has returned from sev eral weeks' vacation at Newport. Mru. Cyrus Woodworth. of Dayton, Wash., Is visiting at tho homo of her mother, Mrs. Applegate, on South Commercial street, Mrs. Frank Drown and mother, Mrs. Sarah E. Murphy, left this morning for a fow weeks' vacation at Newport and Toledo. A merry party of young ladles took possession of Falrmount Park Thurs day evening, and held a most enjoy ablo picnic, In honor of Miss Mary Fraslors birthday anniversary, In which every ono took part. Tho young ladlos had all brought well-filled lunch baskets, and when It was spread In 'picnic stylo It was n real feast, Tho party did not break up until lato In the evening, as tho park is a most charm ing plaCo In tho moonlight. Those enjoying this llttlo affair woro Mary Fraslor Emily Jeffreys, Dolllo Knls- kern, Alllo Chandler. Lottie, Dertba, Lydla and Ella Powell How's This? Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Re ward for any caso of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Curo. F. J. CHENEY, Toledo, 0. We, tho undersigned, havo known F. Cheney for the last 15 years, and bolleve him perfectly honorable In all I business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. WEST & TRUAX, Wholesalo Druggists, Toledo, O. WALDINO, KINNAN & MARVIN, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken inter nally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials free. Prico 75c per bot tle. Sold by all druggists. Hall's Family Pills are tho best SI Proprietor An Exciting , Chase Placervllle, Cal., Aug. 8. Great ex citement was created in Placervllle Bhortly before midnight by the sounds of shooting on a htll Just west of town. .John Wlttmor nnd Sam Mar tin, who had been watching tho ridge all evening, saw two men break from the brush and run through an orchard. The men fired at the fleeing figures, but did not bring them down. Several moro shots wero fired Into the brush, In which the fleeing men took refuge, but without result, A scbro of citizens from town gath ered on tho htll, and ngaln the fugl tlves were seen breaking through tho brush nt tho lower end of the orchard. Shots wero again fired, but all traca of the men was lost. A small army Is now gathering on Uie hill, and a watch will be maintained all night. . It Is thought one of the men Is Case, who Is trying to get Into Chinatown for opluim A man, supposed to be a co'nvlct, passed through Eldorado to day, headed for this placo. Stockton, Cal, Aug. 8. Local train officials report that two heavily armed men were taken off tho freight from Sacramento, nt Hrlghton early 'this morning by constables. Tho men nro bellovod to bo Fahey and nnothor con vict. Nothing Js doflnltaly lyiown horo concerning It. Ordered Into Camp The Orogon National Guard has been ordered to go Into camp. The Third reglmont of Infantry, to which tho Salem company belongs, will go to Gcarhart Park, bolow Astoria, Sep tember 3d, and remain In camp for nlno days and tho Separate Battalion, Including the companies at Eugene, Roseburg and Ashland, will go Into camp at Roseburg. Tho selection of camping sites was made for tho purposo of enabling tho guardsmen to becomo familiar with their now sorvlco rifles. Tho govern ment ' will provldo this equipment sometlmo during tho coming week, and tho adjutant-genoral Is anxious that as much tlmo as posslblo bo giv en tho men for target, practice An oxcollent rango Is offered near Gearhart, and tho membem of the Thjrd Infantry will put in much time at practice Tho surrounding grounds aro atnplo for maneuvers. Adjutant Qenornl Gantenboln has found the spot satisfactory for encampment pur poses, It was deemed Impracticable to tako the bntfery Into camp with the infant rymon, slnco a range could not bo had for1 tho 3.2 inch rlflos of Captain Welch'u command. At Scasldo the battery will bo ablo to shoot Into Tib lnmook rock, avoiding all dangor of hitting bystanders or passers-by. Gearhart answers tho purpose fully for rtflo practice, but it is not satis factory for tho battery Tho battory wfll go Into camp at Seaside on Au gust 20th. Slnco tho splno Is tho oxlt of tho nerves, how can you oxpect to bo healthy whoro It Is out of normal posi tion? Any dovlaUon of tho splno may causo trouble, no matter In how slight a degree. Drs. Scboottlo, Bnrr & Darr, Osteo paths, Grand Opera House, Salem, Or. Race War l Threatened. Charlotte, N. C, Aug. 8 Serlqus trouble betwoen negroes and whites Is threatened at Henrietta1-, the location of ono of tho largest cotton mills In North Carolina. Two negroes wore cut last night, and ono of them will die. The causo of tho troublo was the alleged disturbing of a colored meeting by whites, and tho cursing of n whtto boy by a negro. An armed crowd of negroes was dispersed by the extra force of policemen on duty, but more troublo Is expected, o Looking for Artesian Water. Prluevllle, Or., Aue 8. Profossor I. C. Russell, accompanied by II. C. Dew oy and C. E. Wilson, of the United States geological survey, passed through Prlnevllle, after having visit ed thro southeastern part of tho coun ty, and will visit tho sections embrac ing Hay Creek, Grizzly, Willow Creek. Haystack, Deschutes and the Crooked river, making preliminary Invostlga tlona as to the possibility of locating artesian wells. Too Many Grasshoppers. Butte. Mont, Aug. 8. A Miner spe cial from Miles City says that the stock men ot Eastern Montana are preparing for a general exodus to bet ter grazing grounds in Wyoming, the Dakotas 'and Nebraska, as a result of (he ravages of tho grasshoppers, the peats having devastated the range ot vegetation, until all hope of winter sustenance has been abandoned by the stock' men.' TrU for.aaJo byjsU druwUts. They Are Good Up Their Way The government demands payment of duties on Import In gold, silver or gold and silver certificates, and when coin Is tendorod it Is weighted before being accopted. A man tried to got a $5 piece changed nt tho custom houso jreBterday, and tho coin was rejected as being of light wolght, so tho change wns not glvciu This led to an Inquiry on tho part of a reporter, and ho was told that considerable gold coin was refused at tho counters of tha custom house on account of light weight. "We are allowed flvo grains on $20 worth of gold," an official said, "but many $20 pieces nro tendorcd that fall fully $2 short of tho weight required by tho government, .Some gold Is lost by the abrasion during cir culation, but a good deal Is lost by tho 'milling processl' Chinese! and others nro sometimes guilty of filing tho edges of a $20 pleco down smooth, and then milling tho pleco over again. These coins may paRs In general cir culation without detection, and tho banks may, recelvo them somotlmos, but our rules compel ub to weigh each pleco received. In this way tho treasury protects Itself from loss In light weight gold, as each pleco la only worth tho Intrinsic vnluo con tained In Its weight. Most of tho tar iff is paid In $20 gold pieces hero In Portland." Telegram. Cleaning The Mains Tho Salem Wator Company thla morning began tho work of blowing out the wntor-malns throughout tho city, cleansing thorn of stagnant water and sediment of Iron mat, that naturally sottlcs In tho pipes. This work will bo continued until all pipes aro cleaned. Tho patrons will prob ably find, for a short tlmo, roily water from their faucets, which Is tho result of tho stirring up tho wator In tho pipes. This will soon pass away, and tho water will clarify Itsolf. This roily wator Is only In tho surfaco pipes, and is caused by tho blowing out of tho mains. Tho water, whon aY lowed to run for a fow minutes will carry off all tho sediment, and tho pipes will bo clean nnd carry pure water thereafter. Thero Is no causa for alarm at this condition, ns it will last' but a few hours. It will take a day or two to concludo this work. Try Eoff and Hartley For The very choicest moats, and will bo satisfied, 1-10 Stato street. you tf Governor's Office Is Neat Tho now carpota In tho governor's officers aro being placed In tho sov. oral rooms today, and thoy mako it wonderful change In'tuesa apart, monts. Heavy body Brussels carpets dark In color, aro taking tho placen of tho old carpota that have covered the floors in thoso offices for many yoars. Tho old carpot In tho gover nor's reception room has been cleaneJ and set In a new border, and will bo placed In tho adjutant-general's of fice. County Court Busy. The county court Is still vory busy with bills against tho county, and will probably bo ablo to completo tho work of auditing this evening. Thorn Is a large amount of business to bo disposed of, and the court Is working hard to completo the term as soon as possible. Trlb for sale by the Capital Drug Co. A 8mall Estate. W. II Flnzor, Jesae Settlcmler and J. M. Poorman, appraisers of tho es tato of Charles K. Lewis, deceased, this afternoon filed tholr report with tho county clerk, showing his estato to consist of a draft for $110 and a premium ot $51. Another Unfortunate. LuoyMay Carter, of Roseburg, aged 19 years, was brought to the Insane asylum this morning. O i i Patsoy Clark has abandoned the niuo Ledge copper mine at Grant's Pass, and has shipped all his drills and other exploration paraphernalia back to Spokano. He had the mine bonded for $210,000. The body of a sailor, supposed to bo that of John Reapran, who was rob bed and thrown Into tho river, was found floating In the Willamstte Wednesday evening near tho Alns worth dock, in Portland. Money back Schilling's Best tea UVln poJrr coSfm ttntmt, rU means and perfect dealing; your gro cer returns your money if not to your liking. CONGRESSMAN WILBER SAYS T Tk.o ro-rm.aa Medicine Co., of Ceiaatas, 0, U . . " Pe-ru-na is All Oongroeaman D. I". Wllbor, of Oneonta, N. Y., wrltost The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, Ohlo.i Gentlemen'" Persuaded by a friend I ftave tried your remedy and J tiara almost fully recovered alter tho uso of a tew bottles. I am fully convince that Peruna Is all you claim toelt, and I cheerfully recommend yew metHchu to all who aro allllctea with catarraai Perutm a X'revsntlrennil Curo for Cold. Mr. O. P. aivon, Bussox, N. B., Vlco Prosldont of "Tho Past-tlmo Boating Club, "writes: t " Whonovor tho cold woathor sots in 1 havo for yoars past been, vory suro to catoh a sovoro cold which waa bard to throw off, and which would loavo aftor eftoota on my constitution tho most of tho winter. . " Last wlntor I was advised to try Poruna, and within flvo days tho cold vru broken up and In flvo days moro I was a well man. I rocommendod It to several of my trlonds and all speak tho hlghoetpralsofortt. There Is nothing like Peruna tor catarrhal afflictions. It Is well nigh Infallible as a cure, and I gladly endorse tt."C. P. aires, A. Prominent Singer Savod From Loit ot t Vole. Mr. Julian Wohulltx, 175 Senooa street, Buffalo, N. Y., Is corresponding socro taryof Tho Sangerlutt, of Now York) to tho leading socond bass of tho Sanger lost, tho largoat Gorman singing society ot Now York and also tho oldont. frWfmrrMH-HH BICYCLES WS-r M T"ii The SweHest of AM I $35 A N D S That is why we are 5 wheels where we sold one at this time f last year S Call in and inspect the 1903 models i or ask our riders, they know, and yoif j will have no trouble ?! am J TvTm.4.4 aa1 iiii - jJ clllU lcUlUlldJ. illCiJlUD t Bicycle Repairing i We repair all makes of whools. Wo fit all irmkoe of tires. Give Us A Call, We Try To Please SHIPP & I The Bike 5 llllt-IKtlll-HlTl-r-l-rll4ll-rBM-r You Claim For Jti iruucie.'uavia i-. truuer. In 1899 Tho Sangorlnst colobratod 1U flftloth annlvorsary with a largo oelo bratlon in Now YorJc City. Tho follow ing is his testimony I "About two yoars ago X caught sovoro cold whllo traveling and whlh eo tiled Into catarrh ot tho bronchial tubes, and so affootod my votoo that! was obliged to cancol uiy ongagomonhr. In dlatross I was advised to try Poruns, and although I had nover usod a patent medlolno boforo, I sont for a -bottlo. "Words but Illy dosorlbo my surprlM to find that within a fow days X m greatly reliovod, and within throo weeks Iwaa entirely rocoverod. X am never without it now, and tako an oocasnal dono when I feel run down." Julia WolisllU. If youdonotdorlvo prompt and saMe factory results from thouio of Poruaa, wrltoatonoo to Br. Hartman, glrlsg-a full statement of yonr oaao and ho will bo pleated to glvo yon his valuable mi vice gratis. Address Br. ITartman. Pretldeat of (Tho Hartman Sanitarium Oolambuj,0 ! JpTtlj still selling three finding Rambler Sundries S s We have a com" j' plete repair shop, m HAUSER Men . Repairing a Watch Of tha. finest workmanship Is & barecs: of pur business that we glvo special attention to. Our ropalrlng depart ment la conducted with tho utmot skill, diamonds aro roeet, and Jewelry of all kinds Is repaired In the most perfect manner, besides optical work pf all kinds, C. T. Peierey: Jeweler aad Ostlelas MiOOM.ftt, J .1 i r 1 Vfl tl I (I 1 . I 1 '! hi 4