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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. RALHM, OMdOX, TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1005.
i fi i i i 2 Ayers Cherry Sectoral. Doc-1 tors have used it for over sixty years. Wc are willing, anxious thatyoushouldaskyourowndoc- toraboutyouruslneJt for coughs, colds, bronchitis. J. O. Avr Co. DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL BY HOFEH BROS. OFFICIAL CENSUS SALEM. MAY, 1004, 13,287. JU SEE vrism-r.Jx' iffiEEn' TIIE HOOP SKIRT. To crlnollno or not to crinoline, that Esj the question for feminity, To hoop skirt Is ridlvlvus. Tlio flressmakers' conventions have do creed Its rival. In this connection it Is interesting tie noto tlio war being mado upon tho theop skirt by Mrs. Arthur Stannard Jffohn Strango winter) tho novollBt. INotlng tho movement originating in JCTnrls and cxtondlng to this country, IMrs. Stannard has written tho nows rpapcrs, calling upon tho womon of England to unlto against tho threat ened fashion, Mrs. Btannnrd says slio stopped a rovival of crlnollno IS yonrs ago, Slio .-got 21,000 women to wrlto post cards -pledging thcmsolvo to rofuso to wear 4bo hoop skirts, Now slio calls upon 4ho women to repeat this protest. It Is to mnn and his vllo lust for snonoy, says Mrs. Btannnrd, that tho MJlinmo of it belongs. Tho factories in Paris are already at -work mnking tho hoop skirts. Tho erlnollnlst sees money in tho schema, and boliovcs that onco tho fashion is not every womnn will follow it. In this country, so far as known, thero is no organized opposition to Tth introduction of tho crlnollno. Onty recently n celebrated modlst displayed -tho advantages of tho hoop skirt to "the dressmakers of Chicago. It was stated by this promoter that tlio now hoop skirt Is not tho Johnny-comcs-mnrchSng-l.))mo clrcumfcronco of -40 yonrs ngo. It lacks both in rndltis -nnd longth, nnd Is only designed to allow "a fullness nhout tho hips." But onco introduced, who knows how tho length and breadth to which it may Is much to bo feared tlmt Mrs. Stannard has stnrtod In too lato to loop tho women from following tho band wagon. might bo moro complete, tho pcoplo hnvo been held in ignornnco; that tho noblos might riot in extravugnnco, tho wealth c rent or have been kopt in povorty. Thus has Russian natlonnl charnctor been molded for conturlcs. And! when tho call camo to patriot ism, prldo, manhood, thero was nono to respond. No patriotism, for who can bo do- voted to oppression! No pride, for who can bo proud of Ignornnco and dcstltutionf No manhood how can manhood flower under tho blight of ignornnco and destitution nnd opprcssiont Tho issuo of this war has boon do- cldcd less by tho skill nnd courago of tho Japs, glorious as they aro, than by tho century-old policy nt St. Fotcrsburg, by which it was sought to build up tho glory and granducr of a nation at tho oxponso of tho patriot ism, prldo nnd manhood of its pcoplo. Tho outeomo is demonstrating that a nation thus built up is a glldod thing of clay, that at a blow is crumbling into dust. DELUSION OF CIGAR SMOKERS X-RAYS For tho lands sake, only 121 Now you guoss. A man who boliovcs every man has his prico thinks bo bocauso ho has his. Misanthropy sees its reflection in tho glass philanthropy nevor looks to soo. t Ho that Is constant in well-doing will never nood to bo reminded of a duty. A truo frlond will tell you of your fnults; a truer frlond will not soo them. Usually tho man who has especially bright chlldron is n Arm boliovor in liorodlty. hon Salem ought to fly. hits tho trail tho dust RUSSIA A VOLCANO. "Tho death of half a million of -won nnd tho loss of billions of monoy Is tho progress of western civilization, flobastopol struck tlio shackles from tho serfs, and Port Arthur, Mukden and Tsu islnnd should freo Russia from tho slavery nf tho bureaucracy." This from tho Buss, tho most wldo-ly-read paper in Russia, is a flash of flnmo from tho rumbling orator, warn ing tho world of tho awakening Arcs of tho volcano underlying tho nuto cratlc government of tho Czar. Slnvo, "urn "Tho Jnpiincso," says tho another popular Kumilnn paper, not lighting tlio Russian people, but tho RuihIiiu bureaucracy, which has re jected with energy tho talent of tho nation for a host of soyuphnnts and tlmo-sorvlng courtiers. Our only con--notation lu this bitter hour is tho con sciousness that it is not tho pooplo but the government which has suf fered dofont, Itnoughl" Nows dlspntehoa loll us Hint the sol diers of tho Russian army in Mnu--churla aro showing n spirit of rovolt, and refusing to right. This is moro sensational than vitally important. Tho Russian soldiers hnvo rofusod to tight from tho first. Under tho prod and tho lash they huyo stood In lino and shot nnd been shot, but their hearts -were empty of tho dlvlno In spiration and coal tlmt mako men fight indeed. All glory to Japan for tho victories aho has won on land and seal Rut lot us not forgot that when a nation of freo men goos into buttlo with a na tion of serfs thero is a tremendous ad vantage which ships nnd guns and bil lions of dollars cannot overcome. Defeat in battlo has brought tho Russian autocracy face to faco at last with tho rulu it has wrought in its own realm. That autocracy might build Itself up, manhood has been repressed; that usurpation of powers and privileges Tho butterflies of socloty nro tho bubblos that aro blown from tho plpo of tolerance Tho rattlo of tho scoop on tho bot tom of tho flour barrol carries alarm to moro pcoplo than all tho wnr drums. No mnttor how cheap tho things on tho bargain counter, a man standing around waiting uutil his wifo makes her purchases will feel cheaper. A woman would just as soon not hnvo n new drcA if sbo is doprlvod of tho opportunity to lot tho Avorld know that it is new. CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK Account, either largo or small re ceived on favorable terms. Loans mado on approved securi ty. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Offers all the facilities of the mod ern Savings Rank. Receives deposits of one dollar or onore. Pays interest at the rate of three per cent, compounded semiannually, Eruptions Tho only way to get rid of pimples and other erup tions is to cleanse the blood, improve tho digestion, stim ulate the kidneys, liver and skin. The medicine to take is Hood'sSarsaparilla Which has cured thousands. Probably thero Is not ono smoker in n thousand who would not bo surprised nnd, in fact, Incredulous if ho woro told that tho color of n cigar is abso lutely no guldo to its strength. Yot such is tho caso, nnd n fast well known to cigar manufacturers and importers. Tbo bcltof of emolccrs that cigars of ry dark color aro strong and thoso of n lighter sbado nro milder is, in point of fact, as fallacious as it is general. This Is but ono of tho many doluslons harbored by consumers of tobneco, nnd whloh practical cigar men havo smiled at and indulged from timo immemo rial. Rut of recent years tho inclination of smokors toward light hued cigars has assumed tho proportions of n "craze," and tho producers nro find ing much difllculty in meeting tho do- mand. Tho manufacturers and Cuban tobacco rnlsors would now gladly cor roct tho orror; but, nfter having caro fully classified tholr products under tho stylo of clnros, colorados, maduros, otc., for decades, they And it noxt to imposslblo to dispel tho illusion. A makor of Havana cigars uses but ono grade- or blond of tobacco in tho body or filler of his cigars. Kxnctly tho snmo stock is used in his conchas as in his perfectos; in his clnros as in his maduros. Aftor tho cijrnrs nro mado, howovor, his "solcctor" takes thorn in hand nnd classifies thorn ac cording to tho rclntlvo shndes of tho wrappers. This is dono to offoct n uniformity in tho npponranco of oach box of cignrs, nnd to cnnblo tho dcalor to roadily indulgo tho whims of tho self-dcludod smoker, Innsmuch as tho wrnppor cqnslltutos not moro than ono-tonth of tho cigar, it will roadily bo socn that tho degreo of its strength or mildness is very in considerable in effect. In this connco- tlon, however, it is interesting to noto thnt tobacco tradesmen versed in tho intricacies of tho industry rigidly bar tho ' light-colored wrapper from their own smoking tables, knowing that It generally Indicates that tho loaf was promaturoly cured, nnd thnt it impairs tho flavor nnd burn of tho cigar. Cu bans, who, by tho way, aro notably partial to mild tobacco, nvold smoking light-colored cigars, just ns they avoid eating n green orango or nu unrlpo bannnn, Tho projudico of theso natives and of Summer Terrors Acne, Tetter Eczema vSalt Rheum Psoriasis Nettle Rash An itching, burning skin disease during the hot, sultry summer weather, is a positive terror and a veritable demon of discomfort. The intolerable itching and stinging are tanta. liziug almost beyond endurance, and the unsightly eruption and rough, red skin keep one thoroughly -uncomfortable and miserable night and day. Eczema, letter, and diseases of this type are caused by acid poisons in the blood, which the heat of summer seems to warm into life and renewed activity. These fiery acids keep the blood in a riotous and soar condition, and the skin unhealthy and feverish they inflame the pores and retard perspira. uon, wnen rnc wnoie Doay iccis iikc an ovcr-ueuicu lumaw, uuu iuc vt-upiug poison Dtirns ana ousters iikc nquiu. mv. T0RMENTINQ ECZEMA. Kansas City, Mo., May, 1898. In i8c I experienced nt times patches on the inside of my lianas that iicjucu ami uuracu, causiuir tciied and burned, catuluc much dis comfort. As time went by it grew worse. I bad read medicine in my early twenties (now 50 years of ngei nna was convinced mat i. was mulcted with a type of Eczema. I consulted several physicians and a number of specialists, nnd used several external applications, one of which was claim ed to be a certain specific. I confess, however, I had but little faith iu external applications, yet I used them, receiving but slight temporary relief. In l'ebruary I decided to try S. S. S.. arid in less than a month I experienced a change for the better, nnd by May of thnt Tear nil symptoms had dis appeared, nnd I found myself entirely cured, and have had no return of the disease since W. p. Brosii, Station A, Kansas City, Mo. or check the outflow of the To the skin disease sufferer, summer time brings no joy, but is a season of unrest, sleep less nights and incessant pain, resulting in shattered nerves, physical exhaustion and gen eral derangement of all the vital forces. , Scratching is a pleasant recreation to one tor mented and almost distracted THE ITCHINQ WAS TERRIBLE. Escondido, San Diego Co., Cal. Oct 1000 DKAR Sirs My body broko out with i rash or eruption. The itching, especially at night, was simply terrible; it would almost disappear at times, only to return worse than ever. I had tried many preparations with out benefit, nndheariug of 8. S. S. determln edto give ita fair trial; a few bottles cured me entirely, removing every blemish sad pimple from my body. I,, Marmo, BAD FORM OF TETTER. Tor three years I hnd Tetter on my hands, which caused them to swell to twice their natural size. Part of the timo the disetse was in tho form of running sores, very pain, fut, and causing me much discomfort. Pour doctors said the Tetter had progressed too far to bo cured, nnd they could do notbln? for me. I took only three bottles of S. 8. S, and was completely cured. Tills was fifteen years ago, nnd I have never since seen ear sign of iny old trouble. Mrs. L. II. Jackson, 837 St. Taul St, Kansas City, Kin. WHEN IN NEED Of corn for planting, remember that wo havo a choice stock of both Oregon and Eastern grown corn, which can bo had at reduced prices, at tho Old Reliable Feed Store. Savage & Fletcher 322-324 Commercial St. To the Country People When la town tat your meals at tb Star Restaurant, 339 Court Street, ad joining Wade's hardware store. Meals at all hours, 15 cents. Faoas 301 Bed. A FEW GOOD POINTERS ON GOOD LAUNDRY WORK Will not como amiss to thoio who know what good laundry work roally is: 1. Tho way wo wash makes clothes clean, 2. Tho way wo haudlo your goods makes people smile. 3. Tho way wo iron makes clothes smooth, with loast posisblo damage. Hough dry, 00 per pound. Salem SteamLaundry COLONEL J. OLMSTED, Prop.' DOROUS D. OLMSTED, Mnnagor. 230 Liberty Street Phono 411. by an aggravating itching skin eruption. Some find tempor ary relief in bathing and the application of lotions and salves. A few hours respite is gained by such methods, but nothing applied externally can alter the condition of the blood burning fluids through the skin. Only persistent and faithful constitutional treatment can do this. The acid poison in the blood, which is the real cause of the eruption, must be attacked, and when the blood has been cleared of all accumulated impu ritics and restored to a healthy condition, then, and only then, will a thorough aud lasting cure be effected, and for the accomplishment of all this, no remedy equals S.S. S., which contains all requirements for cleansing and building up the ncid blood, and invigorating aud touing up the system. S. S. S. completely aud permanently eradicates, every vestige of poison, thus effectually preventing a fresh outbreak of the disease. Cases' that have resisted ordinary treatment for years,yieldto the purifying, cooling effects of S. S. S. upon the blood, and when rich, pure blood is again circulating through the system, the itching and stinging cease, the eruption disappears, and the red, rough skin becomes soft aud smooth, again. Skin diseases appear m various forms sometimes in pustules or blisters, sores, rashes, or red, disfiguring bumps and pimples but all arc caused by a bad condi tion of the blood, and for which S. S. S. is a safe and effectual cure. No bad effects can come from its use. because it contains no Arsenic, Potash or other harmful drugs, but is guaranteed a strictly vegetable remedy. If j'ou arc a sufferer from some summer terror like Bczcma, Tetter, Acne, Psoriasis, Salt Rheum, Nettle Rash or kindred disease, write us about it, and medical advice or any special information wanted will be given without charge. Our Book on Skin Diseases will be sent free to all desiring" it. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA, QA. SSS tobacco tradesmen is a logical one, nnd servos to throw Into bold relief n pecu liar misconception of facts, which is Htiie Wing Sang Co China and Japanese Fancy G-oods, Mat tings and Dry Ooods, silks, Em broidery Laces. Mako up now tine Oenta' and ladles' Furnishing Goods, Suits, Wrappers, Skirts, White Under wear. Sale cheap. Court street, Salem, Orogon. 'Phone Black 2169, U. J. LEHMAN Sash and doors. All kinds of house finishing. 'Phone 131 black. Also two floors of warehouse for l-ent; elevator and switching faculties. Who havo never trlod our groceries don't know what real satisfaction and economy mean. Hero aro somo things marked at prices which make them worthy of your attention. Baker, Lawrence & Baker Successors to Harrltt Jt Lawrence. to both ntnuslng nnd embnrrnsilng vendors of tho fragrant webd. Whcthor elgnr smokers will over nwakon to tno fnnt tint n dark cigar Is, If anything, milder and Invariably Bwccoter and moro nromatlo than a light cigar, remains to bo seen. Excursion Rates, During tho Lewis and Clark Exposi tion tho O. 0.- T. Co. will mako a rt of 75 conts to Portland, round trip $L Tlckoto good for 10 dayo. Boats leav ing dally. iDiaiiitji(msiiiisiisnsiisiiiiisjiaii)ianiaiat Ijl I "i3flisK fmLw sBJL JlmStrfMl r'VtirJ''Xjn ssVwtj3sUt '.. tu.w ' "w. -rmrtm 'wv.w ranp frssmr (mtMy THE PICK OF THE FOREST Has been taken to supply the stock of lumber In our yards. Our stock II complete with all kinds of lumber, Just received a car load of No. 1 shingles, also a car of flno shakti. We are able to fill any and all kind f of bills. Como and let ns show yoni our nock. Yard and office near S. P. passeager X depot 'Phone Main tit QOODALE LUMBER CO 4t4sUlilK)CM 3 I &&M ' ' VClll llfffife J" 1 S&QyfcfrA tisLiAJ mS 'r ' ' CASTOR I A For Infanta and Children. tyi Kind You Hart Always Bought Signature of 2yS&jfe THE ABRIVAI. OF SPMNQ. primitive method in the use of in- prlmative methods in the use of in ferior flour. Tho Salem mills flour Is the best now made, and better than any that ever was made. It contains all tho nutritious qualities that can be got out of tho very bost wheat, and is sweetest and best flavored of all cereal food products, SALEM FLOUBINQ MILLS. THERE'S MO FOOL LIKE AN OLD FOOL But the young ono that pays out W good money for dry, tough nnd Inferior moats when ho can get prime, juicy and tender steaks, chops and filets for the same price right here at all times. Oar meats are cut from the best fed and fattest cattle, and Is always satisfactory E. C. CROSS State Street Market. Phone 01. L. FRASER Successors to Burroughs Fraser. Plumbing, Tinning and Roofing Cornice Work, Heating and Building Work of all kinds; estimate made and work guaranteed. 567 State Street, 8alem. Phono 1511,