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rf -' loau"' imd&2 . ...i.tr new all tho time at out ..In The most popular -drink oyer Ld la Salem nas uccn uuu uu ijiiB summer ami" (ft lead, others follow'. Our,, Ice cream . .v. st that 1 a Hftlo better L iwms necessary, but wo. believe Ithiug I t Reed for nnybody' FULLER & DOUGLAS, 450-400 State Street. Hooker sells our Ico Croam. .f - OIL We have Bicycle 09, Sewing Ma chine Oil, Gun Oil, dun Grease, in large and small ages. HAUSER BROS, ortfog Goocfs. Courtesy to Womon. A young ivomnn, says a corrospondr Itf, who was passing tho evening with h family of Lord Colorldgo, tho omi- ifot English jurist, was nbout to start Icr aer nomo at iv o-ciock wnon no llfMod to accompany her, Sho, with is respect duo to his ago and with lis fearlessness of youth duo to Ig- oranco of tho dangers surrounding onng wonvon, saldr "I thank you, sir, at I do not want to troublo you. Can- ti tho maid accompany mot" His :tnner showed tho respect in which t held all women. IIo snld, "My !ear, tho maid Is a womnn also." If ill men wero so truly courteous thero iroold bo no complaint on tho part of iromen that they do not recoivo tho treatment thoy should recolvo from tho bposlto sex. OASTOBXA kt yf ma Mna in nam hmjz notj m ff , ZJLy7--iO- 4Sy&tc&M Our crocerles excel. Wo bollovo that pd health depends upon tho proper BO- tion of fnnil. nml knnn tho standard , ,. f tTervtlilng wo sell fully up to tho sun. If vou wish to secure both qual 'T nd alno try Baker, Lawrence & Baker Successors to Harrltt 4c Lawrence. Ink Wing Sang Co All kinds of fancy Dry Qoods, SUks, abrolderlei, Lace. Mako no new Una at' and Ladies' Furnlshfna flood, Wrappers, Skirts, Whllo Under- r. Sale cheap. Court street, Salem, on. 'Phone Black 2155. 316 M Bt., corner alley. i t-m- r-i-r LJHlV rTflT iVl vl J.JiV1iiT nknonmt a itpb a vt-r mraunirt All kinds nf rftnlltr nrnrlr. CinoA tIpS lid (.., 1. i . t' ' uui uursoa lor aire vol Center Street, BaJem. stvwTjajsiJ r irrifnc m m mi w jryf wif . k Pears and Blackberries. Pears nnd blackberries aro boing taken In at tho Snlom cannery In con sldorablo quantities, nnd tho samo aro being shipped to Portland for canning and tho trndo. Good Rartlett pears are bringing from $20 to $25 per ton, nnd aro bqing shipped out by tho carload. Blackberries of all varieties, except tho overgrcen, aro bringing zyt cents per pound, whilo tho evergreen only bring two cents. Tho cannery peoplo aro not buying plums this season, ns most of thnt product is being cared for by tho local dealers. Babies' skin will bo soft, fair and smooth If you givo thorn Hollistor's Rocky Mountain Tea this month. It rogulatos tho stomach and bowols. It makos tho Httlo ones sloop nnd grow. 35 cents. Stono's Drug Store. German Warship Coming to Portland. Qovornor Chamberlain this morning rocclved word from tho secretary of tho navy thnt the German man of war, "Fnlko," would bo In Portland, Sep tember 18th. Tho governor has accord ingly notified tho mayors of Portland and Astoria of tho fact, In ordor that tho usual courtesies may bo extended to tho officers nnd inon, Tho governor also sent a telegram to tho secrotary of tho navy this morn ing, urging tho presence of a warship at Portland during the regatta. 1 1 lift ii i Rogulatos tho stpmach and bowels, hoals and soothes tho Uttlo ones' stom achs and gives them a healthful and natural sloop. Hollistor's Rocky Moun tain Tea Is tho children's bonef actor. 35 conts. Stono's Drug Storo. . MM I Will Tako a Vacation. Tho Women's Relief Corps will not have any moro meetings until tho first I ono In Soptomber. Tho sowing socioty will contlnuo Its wort, nnd tho next meeting will bo next Tlunsday, August 24th, nt Mrs. Helen M. Southwick's residence, on Marion street. Don't wait until your blood is im- povorishod nnd you aro sick and ail ing, but tako Hollistor's Rocky Moun tain Tea. It will positively drlvo out alll impurities. 35 conts, tea o tablots Dr. Stono's Drug Store. Moro Dologates Appointed. Governor Chamberlain this morning nppointod John Dollar, Louis Kraus and M. Bardo, of Portland, ns additional dologates to tho Irrigation Congress, which is to meet in Portland. You savo money by buying your meats nt Farringtort's cash market. There is no cither such deal. Ing in bVlnj powdtr favoring extrict. plett tod code ns Schilling's Best; no other such goods; the goods account for the dealing. Shado Trocs in Cities. Tho largo American citlos, as a rulo, nro far behind tho groat European mu nicipalities In making such provision for public comfort nml clvlo beauty. Nearly $3,000,000 has boon oxponded for troo planting on tho boulevards of Paris. Tho Now England cities owo their attractiveness to noble olms that graco tho streets. Tho Providence Journal, In calling tho attention of tho public to Arbor Day, says that Rhodo Island has kopt It loyally slnco 183?, ond always with onthuslasm. A Now England wrltor truthfully remarks that a village shadodi by thoroughly grown elms cannot but bo handsome. HJt tho Trail on Sundays. Commencing with: Sunday, August !, Hi Tmli at the exDosition and all tho amusoment features, as well aa the exhibit buildings, wero thrown open, and hereafter will bo running tho samo on Sunday as on other days. In fact th exposition will bo practically aa 1 ,i- AM Qnniliivt aa nn trnftlc d&VS. jcoinpiuto uu wuu j ! Tho Southern Pacific Company havo nn ,., aaturdav to Monday excursion tickets, $2.20 for the round trip, which enables visitors to go to Portland Rntnrdav afternoon and remain until Monday night, or return Hunaay even Ing, aa they mayaesure. 8-7-tf SOLD BY C. t. POMEROY Jeweler and Optician 38 State St., Salem, Or. All kinds of Watch and Jewelry Repairing daily capital journal, balem, qreqqn, friday, auqust 18, glllBKHBlUIMDHIIRIHHiSBIM PERSONALS 1 BHIIURHKBMOIBIHIUIUII Ben Tnmpliit has gono to Newport. K. Haydcn hns returned from a visit toPortland. Hon. A. Bush returned from Portland last evening. Mrs. E. K. Shnw is spending a fow days in Portland. Albert Hurst returned from Pnrt. lnnd last evening. Prof. Stnloy hns returned from his claim near Toledo. John Mauer returned last night from a trip to Portland. Sonntor Croisan was a passenger for Portland this morning. C. D. Gnbrlelson went to Eugene to day on a business trip. Frnnk Frickey returned from Port land today. Archie Jerman went to Portland this morning to hit tho Trail. Architect Necr, of Portland, is In tho city today on business. Miss Kathcrlno Perrlno roturned to day from a visit to Portland. Li. Will returned yesterday from n Bhort business trip to Albanv. C. 9. Hamilton nnd Fred' Stump have roturnod from a trip to Siletz. Thomas Golden and wlfo aro among the visitors at tho fair this week. Miss Elcno Thompson is visiting friends in Hubbard for n few dnys. Miss Noura Richardson, of Eugene, is visiting frlonds hero for a few days. Thomas Nowstead, chief janitor nt tho capltol, in off on his nnnnnl vaca tion. George Whitcaker nnd daughter, Nora, returned from n fow days at tho fair. Miss Winnlo Byrd and brother. Don ald, went to Turner this morning for n, short visit. II. Nuttor, tho 8. P. baggago inns ter, is spending a short vacation In Turner. Miss M. E. Churchman returned to her homo in Colorndo Springs yesterday afternoon. Mrs, I. A. Manning nnd daughter, Ruth, hnvo returned from an outing nt Ncwnort. G. F. Billings, of Ashland, passed through Salem this morning on his way to Tortlandi DON'T LET THEM BELL vnTTanATr.TTrrwtt.TTTHT Aftnnnn" INSIST ON HA VINO A SALEM BROOM. Miss Clara Nougobnuor and brother, Hermnn, nro home from several days nt Portland. Lowell Will roturned homo Inst cv oning from Brownsville, whoro ho has boon visiting. W. W. Zinn nnd family wont to Port lnnd yestordny afternoon to spond a fow dnya nt tho fair. Miss Mariorio Cauflold. of Oregon City, is visiting Miss Ethol Rigdon in this city for a fow day? Miss Gortrudo Fawk returned this noon from Portlnnd, whoro sho hat boon for sovoral days pnst, Mrs. Cornnhan left yostorday for De troit, Mich., where sho will spend scv eral weeks with relatives. Mrs. Rlddcll and daughter, Olive, have returned from a visit to tho sum mor homo of Prof. J. S.-Grnhnm. Miss Julia Wobstor nnd Mrs. Fran cesco Seley attended tho Eddy organ reoitnl In Portland last night. Mrs. H. E. Bdwarda roturnod jester- dav from Ilwnco, where sho has been visiting fpr tho past.two wocks. MJss Delia Darby went to uiomiaio this morning, where sho will visit with her brother, Bliss, for a few days. S. II. Tucker, of Atlantic, IoNva, who Ihih been visiting friends in this city, sturtod on lil return linm ywterday. Mitw Lvdia Thompson was a pas songer for Portland this morning, nnd will join tho Salem visitors at the fair. Miss Louise Hoyt went to New nort todav. whore sho will camp with Miss .Hattio Hargrovo for a week or two. Rev. P. 8. Knlcht went to Portland thin morning to attend JW't of the soMions of the Trans-Mississippi oonr gress. Prof. J. n. Aekerman went to Port land this morning to attend tho eivies convention, which is now in aesslsn in tt rUr Mrs. N. DeLamater, who has len visiting her brother, I. W. Berry, of the Salem Hotel, went to Portland this morning. Mrs. R. G. Breeden, former leaaner la the Roseburg schools, has moved to this city, where she and her children will reside. Miss Boatriee Aldrleh, who has been visiting ber parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Aldrleb, at Roseburg, has returned to this city. .. Tini MVXarv. superintendent of the Salem Hospital, went to Portland this morning to spend a lew aay i the exposition. If Yoti Want Salem Woolen Mill J. Austin loft for his homo In Ren- ton, Wash., yesterday. IIo has boon visiting for several dnys at tho homo of S. Kightllngcr, In South Salem. Miss Cclcsto Liston roturnod this morning from St. Taul nnd Newberg, whoro sho hns spent 'tho pnst flvo weeks, visiting Miss Allco Gcclair. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. N. Moorcs havo ro turned to Newport, whero they will re main for scvornl days, Thoy wero ac companied by Miss Mildred Bngley. Julius Pincus, tho hop man, is receiv ing a visit from his father, two sis tors, a sister-in-law ami a nieco, nil of whom nrrlvod on tho 11 o'clock trnln. W. O. Mnrlols nnd R. R. Ryan havo gone on a trip to Fish Lnko and Klnm ath county. Thoy wero nccompanlcd by their families, and oxpoct to bo gono for sovoral weeks, Jnmcs Mott wont to Portland this morning to join his fnthor. Tho two will sail for San Frnnclsoo tomorrow, and James will ontor tho University of California nt Berkeley. Bert McAteo, formorly of Salem, but now nn employo of the Portlnhd Con solidated Streot Railway Company, eamo up last ovonlng to spend n few days with frlonds in this city. Mrs. Ella Watt and son, Ivnn Martin, aro homo from Portland, whero thoy hnvo been nttendlng tho fair. Miss Kthel Casto, a nieco of Mrs. Watt's of Chchalis, Wash., accompanied thorn home, nnd will visit hore. Notlco to Qaa consumers. On nnd after tho first of Septembor the price of gas will bo reduced to $2.0Q per thousand foet for all purpoios. Citizens' Light & TractlonCo., 8-3-lm Salem, Oregon. rho Southern Pacific company Will sell tickets, Salem to Boswell Springs and return up to and including September 30, 1005, 1905, limited to 30 daya, rata of $5.55. A Ladies' Tribune Is truly a health-brlnger to any lady who appreciates tbo value of a comfortable rldo on an easily propelled wheel in tho pure outdoor air. Come nnd try a spin on one nnd see bow easy they run. If you can't afford as good a wheel aa this, get a cheaper one. Wo have them from $26 up. F. A. Wiggins' Implement House, 255-267 Liberty St, Farm Implements, WheeU, Automo biles, Sewing Macilnw and Supplies. 1005. Quality Come to the Woolen Stop! Ton can't afford to pass our storq. now, without stopping. Como in and boo what excollent thlnga wo aro offorlng at Httlo prices. We aro cloanlng houso for our .immense Fall Stock. Every tlokot is tho samo as lb was boforo this sale commoncod, but yott need only paTt of thp prlco marked (horcon. Just noto tho cut prices below see how much a lltllo will buy-wnd wo bollovo you will "STOP." , Overboard itfi all Spring aiiif Stimmcr Clotliing Mon'a Sulta la Worsteds, Cheviots and Viney TWeeda, heavi1 or light weights, cut in the latest styles,'' doablo nnd slngfe-breasted that havo been selling from $10 to $25, Sale Price $6.50' to $18. $10.00 Sulta now '. $0.50 $10.00 to $12.50 Sulta sow 8.00 $12.50 to $10.60 Sulta now 10.00 $10.50 to $18.00 Suits now ... , .v .. ,..... 12.50 $18.50 to $20.00 sulta now .'. , 15.00 $22.50 Sulta now 10.60 $25.00 Suits' now .....4... 18.00 ou are entitled to your share of tho benefit of this Groat Bale. Come, get it. it wt PERSIAN RUGS FOR AMERICANS) Tho rug and carpet trndo of the provinco of Azerbaijan, Is of special Intorost In this connection, m about nino-tcntbs of tho product finds its way directly or indirectly to tho United Stntcs. Tho rug industry of Tabriz dates far back; tho products of its looms nro rognrded by many as tho most bonu tlful nmong tho many varieties of Persian rugs. There is ono largo fncr tory in tho city, whero I found over 1000 lads busily occupied) on ruga of nil sizes and designs. Many woro rc producing tho old patterns which woro in voguo over 500 years ngo, nnd nro still ndmlrod in both hemisphere. Thcso lnds work with great rapidity, nnd enrn from $2.50 to $3,25 per month Tho numbor of oporntlvos in this ono factory Is largely increased In flush times. Thoro nro other smaller fac tories in Tabriz and In tho lessor towns whilo Individual looms nro encountorod in most of tho villages. A fow yonrs ng"o nnlllno dyes woro oxtonBlvcly used to dyo tho yarns em ployed in making rugs, nnd tho effect was qniokly folt in tho dcoroaaod uo innnds from nbrond. In order to counteract tho evil rosults tho govern ment vory promptly rosortcd to tho ox- trcmo ineasuro of prohibiting tho entry of nnlllno dyes. Tho measures tnkon in this respect hnvo, boon fairly sue- cossf ul, and now but few rugs show traces of nnlllno colors. Whilo thus striving to maintain tho reputation of tiio Tabriz rugs nt tho plneo of manu fnoture, much dissatisfaction is ox- grossed by those engaged in tho trade at tho trentment to which tiio products of Tabriz looms aro frequently oxposed aftor reaching America. In ordor to mort changing whims of fashion, cor-' tain tints arc often altered into moro popular huos. Tho methods of bringing about thoso chromatic changes nro of a nature which not only nncci mo original color schemos, but frequently Impair the pormanenco of the rug, thut seriousjy Injuring tho reputation of tbo wares. Three years ago tho rug trado was in nn extremely prosperous condition. Toward he oloso of, 1003 the demands. from America rescind nn unj;ouoi. od figure, nnd prices roso' rapidly in consequence. Tho so-called "Mosuls" woro trebled in vnluo, the "Kormnna" moro than doubled, while tho "Herlz" and "Boltnnnbad" varletfea showed loss marked Increases. The manufac ture of all grades of rugs was largely augmented, and local dealers laid In large stocks at the high quotations. When American purchasers refused to buy nt tho now rate, the market was enormously overstotked. Prices fell rapidly to figures In many casea below those of 1002. Many establishments of long standing were ruined, and the whole trade waa aadly demoralized. It is now elowly recovering. The de mand from America is increasing, and manufacture is being extended in n normal and healthful manner. This niu. UnAur. mora narticularlv rugs of wool. The silk rug, for which Tabriz ha long been famous, fall ut - terly to bring remunerative prices, and the smaller factories have discontinued 5 Mill Store top! operations, whilo larger establishments produco but a fraction of their for mer output. Silk rugs which in 1003 easily found snlo at $100 aro now sold With difficulty for $00. The com petition of rug factories nt Ceasoroa, Konln, nnd other Anatolian ellloa Is largely tho causo of this unfortunate condition, Tho carpets nnd rugs of wool ox ported In 1003 woro vnluod nt $1,054, 000, in 100-1 at $1,181,000; silk rugs, $02,000 In 1003 nnd $50,000 In 1004. Consul Norton, Ifnrput, Turkoy. , Mr. ond Mrs. 0. W. Markoo, of For est Grove, celebrated their1 24th wed ding nnnlvorsnry nnd tho 87th birth, day of Mr. Markoo, August 13th. Thoy aro woll known in Wostorn Oregon, and prominent in nil circles at Forest Grove. - ifjrjlRE'S A CONTRAST In stylo and comfert botweon laundry work which Is woll done and that which not. Hot weather especially makes this contrast felt, Work sent to tho Salem Stoarn Laundry la always woll do no. Tho finish is jwrfoet; no dnmago to goods. Orders callod for and do- iivorocl. xour address on a postal card brings tho wagon. Rough dry 5c per peund, Salem Steam Laundry , COLONEL .1. OLMSTED, Prop, nOROUB D. OLU8TKD, Manager. 230 Liberty Stroct. Phone 411 Leave orders in Dallas with J. J, Fldler, or at the Roy Confectionery StorS LIOUT AND DELICIOUS HOME MADE BREAD Is always tho kind that rewards tho housewife or cook for using the Salem flour. Its always euro to give the ut moat satisfaction, am) "win golden opinions from all aorta of people" for to.her skill aa a coed bread maker. Our suporlor Salem flour l unexcelled for 1 high quality and fine flavor, and la pure and healthful, , gAXJOt FLOUBINO 10TXL8. Store ' I 0vlOMT -Jp ICJlsUt i I I 'a : I t 1 b a -s o I1 vi WSteM