ynrnmaT. HAt. nnr.noN. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBERM005 .
Ml i ifiW '
DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
BY HOFEK BROS.
OFFICIAL CENSUS SALEM.
MAY, 1004, 13,287.
Suggestions for Children's
Clothes, School Apparel,
and Other Things
Jrills. The one great rule of
health Have daily movements
of the bowels. And the one great
medicine Aycr's Pills, Ayer's
Pills. Sold in all parts of the
world for 60 years.
With tho opening of tbo fnll achool
term tho problem of tho children 'a out
fitting becomes onoo moro of vital In
tercut to cvory mother. How to romod1
cl tho loft-ovor wardrobo so Hint it will
look prcucntnblo and fresh, and what
to buy in new mnterinls nnd garments
that will bo practical and In good
tasto. All thin must bo accomplished
without overstepping tho limits sot for
Tho various stylos of suspender
frocks lend thoinsolvoa especially well
to remodeling. Last yonr'a waists,
though badly worn, will cnslly supply
tho mutorlnl for tho suspenders, es
pecially as any piecing necessary can
bo hidden by braid or volvot ribbon
trimmings, nnd by fancy buttons, that
oro lavishly employed on somo of tliOj
newest models shown lit the up-to-dnto
plncos in New York. 1'or lengthening
tho skirt various oxjtodlonts are om
ployed, bands of contrasting material
overlaid with bruld may bo used, or if
somo of the original pattern Is in hnml,
tucks may bo inodlsnly lined as n
trimming, nml the piecing done under
Contrasting Matorlals and Colors.
Where the supender froek is of plain
inntorlnl the wslst Is often of plaid,
nnd always In contracting effect. Plttlil
nro also mndUhly employed for the
drossen, and then plain colored mate
rials are usod for tho waUt. Several
different waist are worn with the same
skirt, washable cotton, ami allks or
boavlor wools for ooldor weather,
Serges, Henriettas nnd cashmeres
load in faaUtinable fabrlea for tl)
chlldron, m they do for the grownups,
with niohalr quit m uaeful u ever, ami day at 10:30 a. m
In weaves so different from the old time of leeean sermen:
onos that It Is not recognisable except
so that they nro not continually wrink
ling, and on the subject of tho Buster
Brown stocking (now so generally
known) children nnd mothers nro in
porfoct harmonytho formor delight to
wear anything that reminds thorn of
their friond, Buster, ani tho latter
otpjally dollght to find so durable an ar
ticle, ono whloh savos them to a great
oxtont from tho labor of constant darn
ing. Thore scorns to bo a vorltnblo
craze for ororyfblng that pertains to
tho mischievous Bustor. Tho propor
washing of children's stockings is of
great importance, if they nro to keep
their shapo nnd color properly. Tho
average laundress docs .not rlnso tho
stockings sufficiently, and they Iron
thorn. Stockings should novor bo Ironed
but stretched nnd dried carefully.
Ladlo3' Autumn Walking Suits.
It is to this tho mind of tho modish
woman gives its first consideration,
whon turned toward tho subject of now
garments for tho season in advent Tho
skirts of instop length nro still plnitod,
and coats nro of an embarrassing diver
sity of styles nnd lengths from tho
qulto long rcdingoto to the short Eaton.
Tho latter presonts Itself moro insist
ently thnn over, tho claim to favor jus
tified by Its natty and varlod oxprosslon
in tho new models.
Methodist Minister." At 7:30 tho
topic of the sermon will bo "Tho In
significant Sparrow.' Epworth League
at 0:30, "What Is Practical Christian
ity?" Prof. Hoberts will assist Miss
Wcllcr nt the organ.
Frank A. Powell, minlstor. Sunday
school nt 10 a. m. Star King Fraterni
ty at 7 p. m. Mr. Powoll will spook nt
11 n. m. on "Human Naturo" and at
8 p. m. on "Theory and Practice." All
ST.Iw.ukec Sept. S.-The convention
terans ju" l
i u.. s..nnih war ve
tnrnoon n mrtnated for eommander-ln.
,-l,ief Genoral lieorgo .uou". - -
r,go and rbarlcs Miller, of umo.
election will take place tomorrow.
Special Excursion Rates.
August 24 and 25 and Septcrabor 10
,d 17 the Southern Pacific company
will sell 90-day special excursion tick
ets to eastern points. Stopovor grant
ed going and returning. For particu
lars sec agents.
All services suspended until Septcmi
St Joseph's Catholic.
First mass at 7 o'clock a. in. Sunday
school at 0 a. m. High mass at 10 a.
m. Vaspora at 7:30 p. m.
Firat Church of Christ, Scientist.
Servicer: Leeeon sermon nnd chil
dren's olassea nt 11 n. nt. Subject of
Itwon sermen: "Matter." Wednes
day evening mooting at 7:30 p. in.
Heading room open daily except Sun
day. Christian Scloiwe Hall, corner
of Court ami Liberty streets.
Hit tho Trail on Sundays.
Commencing with Sunday, August
0th, tho Trail at tho exposition and nil
tho amusement features, ns well as the
oxhlbit buildings, were thrown open,
nnd hereafter will bo running tho samo
on Sunday as on other days. In fact
tho exposition will bo practically as
complete on Sundays as on week days.
Tho Southern Pacific Company have
on salo Saturday to Monday excursion
tlckots, $2.20 for tho round trip, which
enables visitors to go to Portland
Saturday afternoon nnd romain until
Monday night, or return Sunday evon
ing, as thoy may doslre. 8-7-tf
Moro than 4G0 railroad men live in
The ladies of the Lewis ami Hark
Club, at Medford, gave a strawberry
social at that place last week, wlii-h
was a great success. The berries were
grown st Phoenix, Oregon, n.l tho
crnwd consumed ten crates, or 150 boxes
of them. Quite a novelty for September.
Dr. Stone's Drag Store
does a strictly cash business, owes no
on om nn one owes it: carries large
stock; Its shelves, counters and show- jj
. i tiL f . ii.illiiInAI L
cases aro loauou witn urugs, we.uv.",
notions, toilet articles, wines and
liquors of all kinds for medical pur
poses. Dr. Stone is a regular graduate
ia medicino and has had many years of
experience in tho practice. Consulta
tions aro free. Prescriptions aro frco,
and only regular prices for medicino.
Dr. Stono can be found at his drug
store, Salem, Oregon, from 0 In tho
morning until 0 at night.
3 "i- coviaiir.it
Aro now at hnml nni .
' "" Koa 8
tililn fontwnnr In ..
children as books nnd teachers, v '.
will And our footwear especially
,"" " xootwoar toat 1,5
i1iiiililn t-in4 ntt.1i -.., ... 'I
' """" '""' ""enable, I0Tr ll' I
prlco and high In qunlity.
w, w - ! WWii lMyMMMM,
THE BEST ItOAST Mnj
TAMILY EVER HAD
Can bo obtained from our prime tes
tier and juicy boof, mutton or pwt
All our moats nro selected front tl.
choicest, and proparod for tho tabl tg
suit tho domands of tho fasttdloat
Our prices aro lower for quality thj
you can find at any placo in Salem.
E. C. CROSS
Stato Stroot Markot
n I II i w imii iimi mini i aim m illlsMFHB
Whete the Chicken
A WOMANS ORDEAL
DREADS DOCTOR'S QUESTIONS
Tnousanda Wrlto to MraPlnkham, Lynn,
Mass, and Bocolvo Valuablo Advice
Absolutely Confidential and Froo
Thcro can bo no more tcrriblo ordeal
to a delicate, ncnaitivo, refined woman
than to bo obliged to answer certain
questions in regard to her private ULs.
even when thoso questions are asked
by her family physician, and many
Seooad Chureh of Christ, Scientist.
M0 Cliomeketa street. Services: Siiii-
and S p. in. Subjoct
school at 11:16 a. in. Wethiesduy cv-
Notice 1 lierehjr glron tlmtl hvc Ukon up
ind tmponad! the follorloK UeMrlbl nlml
fou-HlrtiaaliuratUrce within ihe city ol 8
One small pr!g heifer calf. brluUe,
uith white ots. Xo marks or brands.
!xl yearllnt; heifer. No marks or
ThowMTutHillaDlliMl n hT the Mme
by inirlii properly B1 lyls the lal
charKMiDdexifOaMMOftikinB tip nd keepl&c
cc.. il ia lUfnolt thereof for fir tlya, I will
provenltnMllttaMldauliaal at paWI atln
m proTl'leil In orlliitaee N". 4 ofihe afore
Ditcnl Siilam Sept. (i. 11103.
J. II PEVLAN'D,
Pi nn lims'er S venth Ward.
-i j' ii
goi irom your carotin
from your plastoror, from your paktij
from everybody on tho job, If you fd I
to tako advantngo of tho cbanet rA
now glvo you to got lumber, and iretl
kind of building material. ETr-tlfc'l
of tho best and at tho smallest st
Plonty of No. 1 ehinglcs on hand.Kmj
S. P. passenger dopot. Phono 651.
OOODAXE LUMBEB CO,
to the ialtlatad. CUIdwa'8 apparel of
till twrta gwta Uie hardeet kind of war
uml imtld 1m tttoMa with tkia fatt U
wind. MatertaU itfcoHld 1m af good
Qimllt', aNl toWra Jd steHhl bo
hb aa will staad iw4tlg vr wxhiw(
to the mir or rata. Awoag ik wst
aatisfaatory faWies for cklldrea't um
uro the aravUMU.
eala( fartwowlwl mtUg at 8 e'eloek.
HMlHf mm la tk iwrtti apM each
RfterMH axapt iMday. All are cor
Cheinekeiu trt (BajsjUk) ehurea.
Ooraer of StreatMth and ChewekMa
I street. IUv. O. W. Ww, ptor.
iauM are um tw .Mauau ua, rr . Preaeaiag at 11 a. w. aadS ju m. Mwjm
HlnatratloMi of ekHdreo' MyK lag tkamai Tko Un of Christ ,f
rootwoar. jthe Churtk" Uvalag wbjeet: "1
One of tbo mmi liwrtaat jwlHtJ, lag the WW." Swaday sehool at 10
beta for tho take of aimra aad M. ih. Jaa4ar AUWua at i,M m
of eoaifort Is tho dr4ag of tho foot
Sliow int Im uot oaly maart lklag,
but should bo built oa Mthupoedio
lino to aid la the correct dovelopmottt
of the growing feet, and stocking!
should bo woll skapod aud aubetantlal.
Yoaag I'oojde's AUianee at 7
M 10:0 Nov. W. 11. Solleek will
apeak in behalf of the aged utiwtlers
oa tho theme "Tbo Seven A gee of a
eontlnuo to suffer rather than submit
to examinations which bo mnny physi
cians propose In order to intelligently
treat tho disease ; nnd this is tho rca
aon why no many physicians fail to
euro fumale disease
This is alho the reason why thousands
upon thousands of women are corru
(.ponding with Mrs, Piiikhnm, at Lynn,
Mom. To her they can eoutlde every
detail of their illness, and from
her groat knowledge, obtained from
year of experience in treating femalo
ins, airs, rinxnam can mivim; women
more wlsoly than tho local physician.
Head how Mrs. Plnkham helped Mrs.
T C. Wllludsun, of Manning, la. Sho
Dwtr Mrs. Plnkham:
"I win truly say that you have xavedmy
lifo, and I cannot oiprw-i my gratitude in
word IJeforo I wrote to jou twlling you
how I felt, I had doctored for over two vmui
steady, uud spent lou of nionev In nuilfine
btnliuw, nui u an raueil totlo m anv pool. I
had female troubloandMoulddallr hn a faint.
Ing spoils, backache, btMriiig-dowii pains, and
DON'T FAIL TO INCLUDE.
IN YOUR HOP PICKING OUTITI
Sold by all Grocers
my monthly jvricla were very Invtfular ami
nnauy (xastoi. i wrow 10 you lor u r na
vice and received a letter full of lntru tioni
Just what to do, and alao oommeivvj to take
n'l Vegetable toimiound,
fstored to twfvt liealtli.
you I would have Uvn in
.Tdla E. Ilnkbaml Vc
ana i nave in restoi
Ilatl It not beeu for
my Bravo to-day "
Mountains of proof establish the fact
that no mediotno in tho world equals
Lydla E. Plukham'a Vegetable Com
pound for restoring women a health.
Kvery dij w. oe people throwing
hanlrcarni I money away. They pay
all sorts cf pr oes fur groceries and
proiions. That's about the tanie
thing as squandering cash. Always re
member that mone spent here will do
its full duty.
Baker, Lawrence & Baker
8uccoeeora to Harritt & Lawrence.
Gold Dost Flour
A. L. ERASER
Successors to Burroughs & Frnser.
Ooraic Work, Heatiag and Building Work of all kinds; estimate
made and work guaranteed.
307 Stau Street, Salem. Phono 1611.
M Mill I I llll i mm ;
The fall term opens on s t ml i r 25,
but afternoon elasee will begin on
Soptombor 11. The course will to Aea.
deuile,' Xoral, lunue aad ml Ser
vice. Addreae J. J. KKAl'R.
How a SAVINGS ACCOUNT Will Grow
In our Siwitifia Hunk Dopnrltuout. Intoroet ootuputod at 3
per cont, ootnjiouiulod eoiui-annually.
i Jn I
HI v flflssampBH . Tv
.w iKv?nsjaijiaal35- 1 -v
Made by THE SIDNEY POW
ER COMPANY, Sidney, Ore
gon. Made for family use. Ask
your grocer for it Bran and
horta always on hand.
P. B. Wallace
i. a omt- " s '
al Tl " XA -J Xrl rSV
9 7 cauXSlmi. D H Li t I
1, Wm? J w w-
I Covai(iV " - HJ
i New Langc Hotel
Cornor Sixth nnd Wajhiogtoi
streots, Portland, Or., (nwt
Imporinl). Strictly fireproof 1
modern. Katoi lowest for fixrt
class service. Steam heat J
olovator, elegant cafo and b
in connection. On direct Hn
fair grounds. F. Langc, propn
tor; Snm Bauman, inaaager,
merlv of Omaha. Neb.
s-HIIII 1 I m I I H I IIIMI
0 eoutt ivtr iUt
SO ceuta ner dar .
Deposits of One Dollar or moro can te made at any lime.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Capital National Bank
UOHT AND DELICIOUS
HOME MADE BREAD
la alwaya the kind that rewards honse
wife or oook for using Wild Hose
flour. Its alwajs sure to Kh the ut
rawt satlsfaatioB, and "win JJn
AntnlrtHa ... -II - .
"f"""" rvna au son or people" for
her skill as a good broad maker. Our
superior wild Kose flour is unexcelled
DOItOUS D. OLMSTBD, ManTger.
8W Llnerly Stroat. to.ai
Leave sr.I&r in n.n.. ...
for hlifh oualltr ami !K. fl.. -, ,lOT.ll. .. ,,a J J.
our- ..! VM,w:, a7 -'"! " U 1 7. !" W " W Ooafti
ik au grocers. ijoro
TWO nnnn -nrr-- r-".
wU i.vi.nxtiu i'AOTS.
Are alwajs obeervable oa a eriUeal
eination of our laundry work, and
the Union boauttful on all HMB doaa
l aero, siurt wuets, eraeh HMn
dnek Miita and Uie, mUlH) ,
o re ,B a aanner that give, all
the boauty and froohaeea of tho new
Salem Steam Laundry
COI.ONML J. OLMSTBn r.
, pure and hoalthful
Nonnxo prom nothinq
SotWng from no good thing leaves
worse than nothing. IIence. Tbo
tpt to.wako goc,l flour out of bad
wheat is neele. The makers of Salem
flour Mart right with the finest wheat
that grows, mm lt righti Mck amJ bar
re it ght and oeJl Jt rlght g,,
flour makes right bread.
SALEM FLOTOrNQ MILLS.
o e o TeTTfJTiT
! Just In
of 1805 -wall pa.
P ku imt arrive. A11
""u r stock and
"viBea tnat our
P"a are right
299 Liberty St.
Salem Box Factor
a. r. MASON, ProP-
T am In Qinth finlnirl. wbdO 70i
find mo for all klnda of fm l
orchard boxes and hop basket.
nii. .k.t o.i.m Phone M
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