DAXL7 OAEETAIi JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 100C.
Tlio Kind You Havo Always Bought, mid which lias been
iu ,o for over SO years, lias boruo tlio signntnro of
anL4ias been mado nndcr his pcr-
-V$2- Honal supervision sindo its infancy.
f-CCdCAitAt Allnwnn nun tnilcrnlvn vnn In tliffl.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and"Jiist-ns-roo(l"nr' but;
Experiments that trlllo -with niHlcndniifrcrtho hca.. l of
Infants and Children Exporlcnco nyuinsfc Uxpori cut
What is CASTOR I A-
Onstori is a harmless Biibstltuto for Castor Oil, Paro .
goric, Drops ind Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant.. Ifc
contains neitlicr Opium, Morphluo nor othor Nnrcotio
substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
nnd allays Fovorlshncss. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation .
nnd Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates tho
Stomach and Dowels, gh ing healthy nnd natural sloop
Tho Children's Panacea Tlio Blather's Friend.
GENUINE QASTORIA ALWAYS
Boars tho Signature of
-r " W
The Kind You Haye Always BougM
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TH ccrTun oonMitf. rt mum TtT. t-tw tors err?.
College of Music Willamette
University Opens S6pt 26
Holon I. Cnlbronth, B. M., Dean, plpnoj Frederick W. Goodrich,
London, piano and plpo orgnn; Wm. "Wnllnco Graham, Berlin, violin; M.
Evolyn Ilurloy, Now York, voice; Eva Cox, II. M., Balcra, piano.
Now pianos, nowly furniskod studios, now faculty.
Hall's "Petty Road
Shortest line to all points in
No Autos or Steam Engines
run on this road
pancakes, muffins and "plum
Packftgo for 7 loaves 20c
10-pound sack , 05o
ABK YOUtt,OEOOER FOR IT.
ALLEN'S XJ. B. B. FLOUR 00.
Pnclflo Coast Factory, Baa Joso.
R. D. Hume Sued by a Neigh'
bor for; $110,000
Throo damage siilts aggregating
$110,000 woro filed In Curry county re
cently by Itoborb Burns, roprcsontativo
from that county, nnd AttornoyB Vcnslo
& Freeman, of Portland, against II. D.
Ilumo, cx-rcprcsontntlvo from Curry
county, and rated ono of tho wealthiest
men In tho stnto. E. B. Burna appears
ag plaintiff in two of tho actions, and
hia wlfo, Nolllo F. Burns, la plaintiff
in tho third.
In tho firat complaint Burns seeks to
recover $10,000 for having been sub
ject to loss of tlmo nnd indignities, al
leged to havo boon brought nbout by
tho defendant, by reason of tho fact
that ho had him arrcstod on a chargo
of anchoring n sternwhcol fttoamor in
tlio Rogtio river. la tho Bccond com
print ho sets forth that ho wns the
, owner of n pnrccl of land, on which ho
, had erected n storo and hotel, and thero
' mndo his home, ami tho defendant com
menced ojectmont proceedings on an nl
ilgcd prior right to possession of tho
I property, nnd thnt tho sheriff of the
.county, nt tho lnstnnco of Mr. Hume,
did visit tlic pltico nnd forcibly gain en
I trnnce, removing tho goods tborofrom
nnd forcibly compelling Mrs. Burns,
i who wns In dcllcnto hoalth, to leave
tho premises, nnd did nisault her at
that time, from tho effect of which sho
hba not fully recovered. For this Mr.
Burns doinnmta $50,000 damages.
Mrs, Burns sues on tho -samo grounds
ill set forth in tlio second complaint of
her husband, nnd for a llko amount.
Mr. Burns states that Mr. Ilumo at one
tlmo built n fonco of barbed wiro
around u plcco of land Burns had
bought for a home, and stationed armed
guard thero to prevent him from tak
ing possession. To substantiate his
claim, Mr. Burns had a photograph
takon of tho econo. Tho dofondnnt is
ono of tho best known mon in tho stnto
Ho has boon engaged in various enter
prises on lloguo river and in Curry
county, paying much' attention -to fish
lug, and it is said tho troublo between
tho two- dntcs from- tho tlmo Burns
went thero, and also tried to prosper in
tho "ilmon Industry.
Poisons iu rood.
Porhnps you don't rcallzo
many pain poisons orlglnato in
will bo all right this hot weather
if you got them at
05 Commercial Btreet
food, but sotno day you, may fool a
twlngo of dyepopsla that will con
vince, you. Dr. King 'a Now Llfo PUlfl
nro guarantooa to euro all sleknoss
duo to poisons of undlgostod food
or manoy back. 25o at J. O. Porry.'s,
Druggist, Salem, Oregon.
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MHIRlNOWNTOrAH. R4fr' t . I ml I Hub
M ImiIm, (Mt4itl I .. MwMff Utfwu4l. H "I til
A fuIWr U W llHk4Uaulll,WMltlW
H b itiuvol. HAini fr. If ;w i w4cli 4m m4 H
M fcavtilMMt-W J l4ltU U
W UNITIPMr"IC't '0.,0T4.lHCTT r. B
Bold In Salem by 8, O. Stone.
locky Mountain Ton Nuggets
A Bmy Udlola for Daly FmbU.
Htlagi QeUia UmIUi and Beamed Vlfor.
A ijp -Mo fnr OoiwtllMtloii, Indlgwtlon, Uf o
m-l Uhoov Tiuublj.lliiiplombeMitiii Impure
ili id. ILvl Ilrcalh, HlumUli lJowel. Ueatlictx
Aim lUokttcho. It's U xky MouuUIn Tea In Ub
H form. 8,1 cenU rt box Clrnuloa nmda.by
H)LMriB Dnoo Company, Madison, WU.
001 nrw Nilf0ET8 FOn SALLOW PEOPi
Columbus Ohio, May 19, 1903,
Some four years ago X was sufloring
from impure blood and a general run
down condition of the system. I had nc
appetite, W09 losing flesh, and had an nll
gone tired feeling that made me misera
ble. I began the use of S. S. S., and
after taking seven or eight bottles my skin
hat assured me that
was cleared of all eruptions and took
tliy mow tunc assured me
ad been restored to its nor
mv blood had
uial, healthy condition. My appetite wai
restored, as I could cat anything put be
fore me,i and as I regained my appetite
Increased in weight, and that "tired feel
ing" which worried me so much dlsan.
pcared, and I was once again my old self.
I heartily recommend S. S. S. as the
best blood purifier and tonic made, and
strongly advise its use to al I those in need
of such medicine. Victor Stubmns.
Cor. Barthniau and Washington Aves.
Wheeling, wTv., May 28, 1903.
My system was run down and my jointi
ached audi pained me considerably, I had
used S. S. S before nnd knew what it
was, so I purchased a bottle of It and have
taken several bottles and the aches and
pains are gone, my blood has been cleas
ed and my general health built up. I can
testify to It as a blood purifier and tonic.
1533 Market St. John C. Sthin .
If you have any
symptoms of dls-
write us and our
advise you free.
Our book on
blood and. skin
diseases sent free
Tho Swift Speolflo Company, Atlanta, G
DO YOU WANT TO
Do Jru want to buy or sell any.
Horo is your opportunity to
insert your advertisement in two
newspapers for tho prico of ono.
For a limited timo nil- "For
fcalo," "For Bont," and nil
''Want" ada will bo inserted in
Tho Portland Dally Journal
Tho Capital' Journal
Ono Oont a 'Word.
Tho Portland Journal is tho best
tlrculntod newspaper in Oregon. It
goes dally into 23,000 homos anil
roachos that largo army of peoplo
who are constantly buying and
Whbn you go to Portland call
at tho Journal offlco and seo tho
largest and best newspaper pross
n Orogon. It will print, pasto,
but and fold papors in four colors
with ono imprcislon at the rato
of 24,000 an hour. Viiitors wol
csme. Tho Capital Journal is the'
loading paper in Oregon ontsido of
Portland, and this combination
advertising rates trill produca moro
roturns for tho small cost than
any othor in tho state
Send your ndvertisomonta to
tho Capital Journal offlco and we
will sond copy to tho Portland
Qonoral Hop Market.
Tho market has dovolopcd vory lit
tle, If anything, now or interesting tho
past wcok. Brewers hnvo shown a lit
tlo Interest looking for small lots to
tide them ovor into tho now crop, but
wo do not henr of any largo business,
elthor horo or on tho coaBt. Komaln
ing stocks nro limited' and holdors fair
ly firm in thoir desirable grados. Re
garding tho growing crop, ndvieos from
Orogon nro, if anything, a trlflo moro
ffivnrnYiln nnmn nnnltinii ltAitir ftnmnnn.
ntlvcly free from vormln, but in oth- For Sal- Small dry fir wood, at $3.25
or soctions lleo contlnuo plenty, nnHl Por cord Phon Black 2001. T. L.
growers who havo not washed thoir Davidson, Jr., Mornlngsldo. 1-20-tf
yards havo vory poor looking vines. For Salo. Two lots, with new hotmn
Tho growing erop in othor Pacific Coast and barn, good improvomonts. At a
states continues in vory favorablo con- bargain. Inqnlro of Glovor & Pat-
dltlon. From up Btato most roports ton's blacksmith shop, 430 Court
aro satisfactory, but n somowhat small- streot. B-0,-tf
. ..Ivl.l Id K..ll.&..1 1 kl '
W j iciti 19 iin-uimuu in nuiiiu nuciiuiiD.
iiouo.-Hor0 I am .i- ... t
ckery to bo uU .,','?
lino of croc
old it ti.1
""", Al i.ll
- If fN
camp stoves and all kind, rf?
and socond.Jinn.i 1 . "
Olvo mo a calircorZr
Llbortr atr.nl. b.i.J !f Bl,UWl
' "LUi' om ;
Tho Tlllson rnri.-,. 7-
tcti, seed bran, "hay, J,
fruit, etc. High .1
opora houso. .'
Hotel Ocott Nowiv ZZ?T.
- - j luiini niM .
thing clean and first class? wl
at reasonable prla, j
mnnfal TT t... . . . . "u fa
7 "" uuo lno C8t Utile J
town. Comoand try It, and U J!
. Jnl, Da(8
LostWatch, nlcklc case, EIgian,,
"'7," juwoi ana patent rte,,
with Lewis and, Clark fob .L
R.'llnrilnv- ..! . "
, UTUlilllK, All(nl ,vl
Loavo nt Journal olllco and rjl
2231, opposite ynuM
FOR 8 ALE.
For 8alo.-Sovon-roora rosld'onco, barn,
largo half block, oloctrio lights, bath,
hot apd cold city wator. E. Hofor,
Wanted nnn,i .i,i.i .
..ii: :'7T? Mwtm
A n 7 """PfOdJHtuJ
w vpivui vommution Co. msa
r.l rtnttt "
"" jjsoi, Opposll
Hotel Salem Oregon.
oiuuiu Bwain Dyoing and
wnrnuuvuhAt. .. i .
iT, . '"'" juur oca; girinni
will bo a slstor to you, girsU J
olothos to pross. Thon ronmijl
!. i 70ur topmothtr, til9
thorn flxod right, no mailer H
mujr nooa. ouits pressed It t
mnnfl. m. ..i.A. ... " '. u
.Uwu.u. uu, UUQHHC5, lilt b,
or nny fnbrlc, no matter how i
cato, mado to look llko now. lid
II. Walker, prop., 103 CommercuJ i
as tho vines nro showing that It will ho
a top yield. On tho wholo it is safo to
predict good yield, though not so!
largo as Inst year, Tho crop on tho Pa
cific CoaBt is not oxpoctod to bo far
from tho quantity gathorod last year. J
Forolgn advices contlnuo favorablo,'
both in England and tho Continent,
and all indications point to a largo and
fino ytold. Wntorvlllo, N. Y., Hop
U. J. LEHMAN
Bash and doors. All kinds of houw
finishing. 'Phono 131 black. Also .two
floora of warehouse for vent; elevator
and twitching facilities.
J. P. ROGERS
Wholesale and Retail
1 48r1 56 South Commercial St. Salem-OK
TUB BUBINB8B AND WIU. NOT BEND OUT OB KTPOl? IN 8T00K ANYTHINa BUT Tim MSToSinB
or aoons. thy ua ovrr TimtruoNB. you wrun hot m nraiiinnnnn,n , rr UUADB
itrv nnnnnn TtnimiiT op ii on wn wtt.t. nnrnvn mn, ,...n. TT! ua EiuIIANail
IB TO rUENIBII TIED QUICKEST DBMVBBY, BETTBtt MBABUBB, BBTTER Q00D3 . AND BETTPR
rEIOEB TWAN ANY WHOLESALE HOUSE IN OBEQON. I HAVE HAD TEN YBAB3' BXPBBIBNOTr rv
Tint BUBINEBS AND WILL NOT BEND OUT an KT.T tm mnii- r,m, .JI jTZTf""1 IN
STANDARD LIQUOR Co., A. G. Magcrs, Mgr.
iivii mum aioi,
Notlco to Taxpayers.
Tho board of equalization for Ma
rion county, Orogon, will moot at tho
ofllco. of tho county clork Monday.
August 28th, 1005, and publicly oxam
ino tho assessment roll for the year
(1005, nnd correct all errors in valua-j
4Ia .!.. nlUn a. ...nll4l. 1 I '
,IVH, uvowinmun Ul IJUIIlltlVB VL lailU,
Por Salo Two cholco building lots,
for salo clioap. Inquire of 8. C.
Kightllngor, nt olllco of Salem Wator
Company. 8-17-3 1
For Salo Wo hnvo body flr wood for
salo, delivered or In tho tlmbor. Also
baled cheat hay for salo. doorgo
Por Salo. An upright Wobcr piano, in
oxcollont condition. Original cost
fuau. will sell for $200. Inqulro of
nonry W. Moyors, caro of Moyors
& Sons. g4.tf
Osteopath Dr. W. LTMerceTTgnS
of tho Amorlcan School o( Oii
pnthy1, Kirksvlllo, Mo. Office h
man building, Commercial ilm
Rooms 25 and 20. Phone Bed K
Now rosldonco, 419 North Snaa
streot. Phono 383 Rod. frlti
PHV8ICIAN AND SURQEOsj
Dr. E. O. Dalton Physician izd I
goon, lioouis 12 13 Buia
building. Phono Main 761.
donco Willamette Hotel. PJ
Mnln 2001. 7-2W
Thoo. M. Barr Successor to
Petrol, tinnor and plumber. Udj
wator and steam heating a ipwl
Salem, Oroeon. 19
ior Hen. a seven-room houso. Call
on A. Schrlebor, 4U nigh stroott.
Jots or othor property. Tot Boat Furnished and unfurnished
AU parties lntorostod aro requested rooms, also good.slrod barn. Inqulro
to appear and oramlno their assess-1 t M. A. Dlco, 700 Commercial street
meats for tho year 1005, and havo all tnreo blscks below Marlon snuare
orrors corrected by said board if any 7-15-tf
FltED J, RICE,
Aeecwor of Marlon county, Or,
Salem, Oregon, August 1st, 1005.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
Capital Bakery Ullom & Uctkrfi
proprietors, 430 Court street
broad, pies and cakes dally.
roons,'lndy Angers, angel Mi
food cako. candlos, nuts, etc
rios mado to nny part of Ut
Thono White 321. H
t ASH AND DOOB FAOTOBdl
Fraifc M. Brown-Manufetu
sub; doors, mouldings. All kli
house finish nnd hardwood l
Front stroet botweon State uKl
Wantod.-Chambermald at tho Willam-
etio Hotel. 7.14.t,
-. Wanwa.-A girl fo7
SALEM WATER, COMPANY
OFFICE CITY HALL.
For water service apply at offleo.
Bills payable monthly in advance!
Make all complaints at tho office.
Inqulro at A. Dana's tn
on South Commercial streot. 8-10-3t
The Cltib Stables
First class Livery and Cab Line,
Funeral turnouts a specialty. Tally-ho
for picnics and excursion parties. Phono
Main 241. Corner Llbartyand Ferry.
ins, w. Yannke Prop,
WANTED.-Housokoopor for country.
ItefcrencM exchanged, Address
"Z," caro of Journal,
A. M. Hanson Manufacturer
kinds sash, dorrs, moulding, '
work, houso finish and office trf;
Estlmatos furnished. Cor. Mill
Church streot. Phono Red til
Wanted t ... i . . .
. ou' l" io rour years,
ranch suitable for dairying, 75 to 100
acres of plow land, 25 to 30 acres
pasture, 1 to 2Vi mlloa from rail
road. Wlu par caBh or graJn T(jnU
Refer to John a Slegaiund, county
recorder. s.n.i, '
aa)SJtMMMw , MlBOELLAMirnii- S
Gold Dust Flout I waita"
Mado by THE 8IDNEY POW-
t; COMPANY, Sidney, Or
Eon. Mado for family use. Ask
juur BTocer for It Bran
uoru wways on hand.
P. B. Wallace
a&d Bommnr nnnn..
Mada U tho best atyle and w.rkmaa
"P. Terms reasonaWe, Address
or call ,a Mrs. U. Mllner, 20th and
Cooler streets. r0f.
W. D. Pugh Architect and mf
tendant, plans furnished for 11 J
oa of buildbg otnd struetnru
Offlca 110 fltata street, Tiogs
Whito tc Oummlns Do a ceneru
and transfer business, sett
trains.' 'Phono, down tows,
2181. Stand 15fl Commerclsl i
1st. aad blacksmiths Manufactur.r.
o all kinds of sawmlU maehinery.
Bop and fruit drying .tovea, eti
Manufaeturers of the Salem t
"ors nop Frees,
Edison Phonorrajux Ajeacy
Oaollna Lamp, Mantels, Qalollne.
ySVT1" Nw. 8ondHand. Kenf
DVnef -W EsUto, Loau.
nd Insurance, Conveyancing a
Enlng Titles. Notary work dono.
w402 Stato street, near. High.
. 1 8-tf
"00-To loan on goo real tata ae-
cunty. Address "V.," Journal ot
Salem Oamn. No. 118 Woodnwa'1
.. r .
World Moeta in Holman Uiu
Friilnv nt 7tS0 n. m. L. R- 6t1
. ..-- 4-. .
consuls P. L. Frascr, clerk-
Foresters of America Court Sltf
Forostors, No. 10. Meets W
Tumor bloek. Ira Jorgensea, '
A. L. Brown, See.
Central Xodge No. 18, K. of P.-
TTal! In TTMmnn lilnfk. COrMf
and Liberty streets. Tuesday ofJ
week at 7:30 p. m. T. J. wi
O.; W. I Staler, K. of R- aij
Modern Woodmen of Amerlcl
ffon C.aAnr f!Tnn. No. 5',tu-
every Thursday evening at 8 I
nolman Hall E. E. Ma.
A. !. Brown, .Clerk.
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