OCR Interpretation


Daily capital journal. (Salem, Oregon) 1903-1919, September 09, 1905, LAST EDITION, Image 4

Image and text provided by University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn99063957/1905-09-09/ed-1/seq-4/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 4

'PlWSfWWI '"
1005.
DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM,
"-.'-t? j"
TPW
II
1
A Matter
of Health
There is a quality in Royal
Baking Powder which makes
the food more digestible and
wholesome. This peculiarity
of Royal has been noted by
physicians, and they accord
ingly endorse and recom
mend it.
BOVAt BKIN8 - CO . NEW YOflK
GLENDALE'S
NEW BANK
The Glendale State Bank, which was
H1HUIHHHHHHMIHII
PERSONALS j
BHIIHHHIIIEZMHXmUHM
Mrs. W. 0, WesUcott spent the day
at Portland.
Norman Brock, of Marion, went to
Incorporated last spring. Is son- aa e- the air Unlay.
tablished InMttation, whieh will open it J- M- "K Mt Mmf foT a fw J"3
. i . tr- . at tfce Portland air.
dor or business tomorrow. Harry N. ,-.., . ,
T ' Dr. II. C. Hawk, Jeffersoa, was ia
Pratt, .rawly of Blver Palls, Wis sUm YMtHmy.
has Iwn kre daring tke past week ar- Bx-Govornor Lord bad legal baslaoM
raBging temporary quarters at tke drag ia Portland to-lay.
More, where the banking basiaoss will
bo carried en natll a poreMseat to em
Is found or it. Tke stockholders kiI
n meeting yesterday, when organization
was oonottBMnated, officers elected and
otker important badness transacted.
All were ia favor of It. A. Jones as
suming tke presideney of tke sew bank,
but, oa account of bis neoeosary abseaoe
iron tke eity m mack of the tiase, tats J-goeet of relatives la tkl eity.
K. a Pleatiag U speodiag the day la
Portia ad oa bsaot.
Mr. O. Hodgas baa retvrnod row a
visit to tke exposition.
Miss Chioe lk4r wosit to Portia ad
this morning for a start visit.
Mrs. C. A. Bear, of Ttrar, spent
yesterday in tke Capital City.
C. Beasoa, of Washington, is tke
-was deemed inndvisable. Tke following
oRiecrs were elected: II. 0. Sonnentann,
president; I. K. Page, viee-prtoideat;
II. Pratt, eaakior. Direetorst R. A.
Jones, O. 0 liber t ton, II. N. Pratt, L. K.
Tape. J. Rogers. A. V. llofor aad II. 0.
SoaBfTMna.
It la a weN kaow fae that tke gea-tle-mea
from Saloat are tke aaeee.siil
operators of several proeperoas banks
ia Oregoa. Bvery ataa eoaneeted witk
tkls new OBterprise ia Olendate has
made a sBctw of kla every basis
undertaking, and tke baalnt Iniog
rity and ability of taw mea individa
ally and collectively bsipsak for tke
saw beak a proatiaiag fature. Tkl
bank mark a now epoch in or progroaa
and wUI prove Mpnl In tke apatdldia:
of tke eity by bringing in now eatorprn
and in every way be a Woa and a
teaoatto our eoaaaaaasty. Wo raeoav
Mt ttM now iaetitsrtioa to tko goad
will and patronage of tko eoauaaalty
Uloadale News.
IIoMister'a- Roeky Mountain Tea
sever falls to tone tke itamask, rojH
lato tke kidaoya, stlmlate tke Mver,
and deans tke blood. A great took
asd Btnsele prodveiag remedy. W
teats, tea. or tablets. Dr. Stone's
Drag Store.
Virgil Kanvtey and wife, of Seattle,
are vititlag relative-! la tkis eity.
Mies Iloaeie ami Nellie Tnekor kave
gone to Portland for a few days.
Ml! May Shave, of Minnesota, Is
tko gt of J. P. Holder and wife.
K. H. Tongue, of HUleboro, k attend
ing to bneino iaattori ia tkls eity.
J. T. Itordwa, eiresdatiag a peat of tke
Telograat, is ia tko eity aa bolae.
Mto. J. M. ltrowa and soa rotaraoil
to Portland today, after a Salosa visit.
Oonego Ifitegiat ksM rotamod from a
ovoral days' vMt to tko groat eipool
tioa. Mr. and Mr. Wmhor Loosm- woat
up to JesTerooa tkla motmlaf to visit
relative.
kfiaa Clara Pastor tmiil from
Porttaad, waoro k kat noon for tko
Dr. W. T. Klikataasa departed, for
Newport today, waoro ko will tajoy a
skort oatlac
Plro Cfcio aaA Mm. Mark Savage
have goao to attead tko Portland fair
for a few days.
Maater lusooll Brooka, of tkls eity is
vteitiag kts fatkor, J. H. Brook, tke
Silvertoa tinsfjrist.
Herbert Haiti and family kave ro
taraoil from aa exteadal viait to the
I Portland expositioa.
MIm Oabriella Clark and nieee. Miss
Xejgey Iiixoa, are spending a few days
at tko Fartland fair.
Mlas Wlnade Byrd left tkls moraiog
for BostsM, wkere ske wilt re-enter tke
Coacorvatory of Masie.
Mrs. C. A. Olbter, of tkls eity, is ia
BfowMrine. tko gaoft of ker dough
tor, Mrs. Was. Kaapp.
Dr. W. Oarrtoa Smith and wife wit
over to Newport today, and will not
retara before Taeoday.
Mom Janot Gray, of Portland, law re
twraad to tkat eity, after a visit -aritk
lalaUvoa aad friends here,
D. S. CMtiagtoa kas returned to kis
home ia Bageae, after speadiag sever
al days ia tko Capital City.
Mrs Z. M. Parvia aad eoaoia, Mrs.
L. J. Pkoips. of Botoa, kave goae to
Portland ho spend a few days.
Mrs, Pmak Crawford and family, of
Tncoma, who kave boon goests of Mrs.
Tko. Kay, loft for komo today.
Mr. aad Mrs. Bd. Broek, of Eureka,
GhtL, who novo bee visiting relatives
at Marion and Salem, left or tke fair
today.
Fraak Whims, of The Journal oree.
rotarBed to kis post of duty last sight,
after doing tke Portland fair or a
week.
Mrs. B. B. Brownoll and son, Harold,
of TaeooM, who kave bees visiting at
tke home of Dr. K. A. Pierce, left or
home today.
Miss Han Halstrom went to Oregon
City this morning to begin ker duties
as teacher in one of tke sekools near
that place. t
Miss MAdie 0 'PI rag and sister.
Mabel, retarsed last evening from Port
land, wkore they kave been visiting or
several weeks.
Hon. Tilmoa Pord, Allan Forward
aad L. II. MeMahoa were among tke
Salem people visiting Silvertoa dtiriag
tke past week.
Miss M. B. Siaget, o Shaw, wko kas
beoa tke gaost of Heloa McCoy, left
today for Newport, where she will
spend the winter.
Mr. aad Mrs. Brown aad daughter,
of Baagor, Me.- wko kas beoa visiting
tkoir daughter, Mrs. Mark Savage,
started Kaet today.
Mrs. Walter Young and daagkter, of
Merle. California, and Mr. and Mrs.
Ore a Brains, of Iowa, are visiting at
tke kerne of Mrs. Tom Joaes.
J. P. Bmmott, wife aad children of
IMg Bead, Wash., who kave beoa visit
ing kis parents, Mr. aad Mrs. J. P.
Kmmett, loft or komo today.
Merrill Moore, wko was graduated
from the 0. A. C. last Jaae, left tkis
morning for Cornell University, wkore
be will take a eourj la architect are.
Mr. aad Mrs. Wm. Wade, of Marsh
seld. nro vieltiag at tke home of Mr.
aad Mrs. George Patterson ia thU city.
)Im. Wad aad Mrs. Pattersoa are sie
tm. Aaoag tko Silver ton people ia tko
cty dariag the pact week were A. Neo-
Km, a V. Vaagfcn, J. & Koemer. W.
II. Mania, Dr. Uoaard aad Mies Maud
Hliae.
W. Ifc Cloaah. wife aad soa, wko kave
beta vioitiag Mr. Clotagk's brother ia
tkis eity for several days, started oa
tkoir retara to Cedar Rapid, Iowa, yr
tovdavy. Mis May Cooiey, of Brownsvi!:.-.
wko at leaded school ia tkis city, paasol
through Salem tkis morning oa her w
to Wallowa eouaty, wkere she will tei
this wiater.
Comrade Joshua Smith rei-ut. that
kii wife has left kts bed aa 1 l-rt
without provocation, aad
penmg
ct.itii-'.Tl
iriTSSUnUJiwii in iihih "j&K&amnsvmi
WE RE BEADY TO SEEVB OUB PATRONS WITH Tlffi BEST
OF MEN'S, BOYS' AND OHttDBEN'S OLOTHINO HATS AKD
TOOQEBY THE C0UNTBY ATFOEDS.
WB HAVE THE VEEY BEST MAKEB'S BEST rBOM EVEU
WHEEE.
WE MADE OBEAT PREPARATIONS FOB FALL AND WINTEB
TRADE, AS WE WANT TO BEAT ALL PREVIOUS RECORDS, AND
WE'RE CONFIDENT THAT WE'LL DO IT.
THIS FALL THE COATS WILL BE OUT FROM ONE TO TWO
INCHES LONGER THAN LAST YEAB. THE DOUBLE-BREASTED
WILL BE USED BY YOUNO MEN. THE DABK WORSTEDS AKD
FANCY CHEVIOTS WILL BE USED MOSTLY BY WELL DRESSED
MEN.
THE "ROBERTS" HAT LEADS ALIi 1W BXXiiiH AND RUBA.
BILITY THIS YEAR.
alem
Woolen Mill Store
Z3FzaK.-r-7ZxrxKT2E.
0. P. BISHOP, PROPRIETOR.
J32B3B0EE3H
Portland friend. Mrs. Smith always
comi back.
Sheriff P. L. Kceton. of Fossil is
pen-ling a few -lays with his family
ia this eity. He is accompanied by
his oldest daughter. Mi Elisabeth,
who has been in Fossil for some time.
Peter aad Chris Mumm. sons of John
Mumm. who live near l'riagl school,
left tomy to visit their three uncles aad
brother, near SdmuatOB, Alberta prov
tare, Canada.
Mrs. Down aad Mr. Williams, of
Hayward, Caliornk; Mrs. Broughton,
of Saa Francisco; Mios Stephen aad
Mies Mary Ramsey, of La Grande, are
the gueota of Mrs. George Bingham.
Ed. Willis, of Nebraska, wko has
bece vMtiag rotative ia tkis eity for
some time started oa kis return home
this morning. Ho goes by way of Port
land, aad will spend several days at tko
fair.
Mrs. A. H. Sekaeer, of Long Beech,
Ciliforaia. u in the eity, visitug hor
brother and other relative aad friends.
Mrs. Sehaofer formerly lived hero, aad
kvr many friends will be glad to know
that she will prolong hor visit throe
Ex-Governor Fletcher is Jown from
Jefferson to'lay imbibing city ideas nnJ
other thingi. whilo visiting with old
friend He is an honest farmer, and
reports a great hay crop or his sec
tion of the country. That is also an
important potato center, and he hvs
not with-summer.
tav have a very good crop,
standing the unasaally drp
jle also reports the hop crop up to
the average. He kas a good prune
crop, but reports a ligkt stand in many
of tke orchards.
Salem Horses Best.
Salem certainly takes the lead as a
hor-e market, as scores of fine anltaals
are regularly picked up here by fan
ciers and buyers from other points.
Tkis morning E. C. Dick, manager of
ths Capital Commission Company,
bought a couple of magnificent ani
mal or the Pearson-Page Co., of Port
land. They welgk about 1600 pounds
cock, yet they are rang', and well
matched. They ooet about $500. aad
llBIIarlarnMIHENI
X-RAYS
illllHnUniOBIallllMIII
Ono hundred and twenty ia til
shade but not over young to narr;,
"It Is nn expectorant you use." sjji
the city council. "Yes, I cxpeet m,"
Aid tho victim when Cornelius polled
him.
e
The brunette typo has the best :
It. Tke ono married in Los Angeles to
day is 120 years old, and it is her kt
etith offense.
Can't you oat, sleep or workl Bil
liver t Holllster's Rocky Mountain Tet
makes rich, red blood, gives streartl
and health. Cures when all others fill
No euro no pay. 35 cents, tea. or tiV
lets. Dr. Stono's Drug Store.
A Common Drunk.
Charles Culin imbibed too freely A
Ml Maud Laofhend came bd ob
tho Speacer yesterday. She 1 oa ker
will W used on aa up-to-date fruit 5pritu9 frumentl during iU still howl
van then, and will be shipped today. of the D,gjt an4, thls ,orn,Bg ms
'oorted to tho city basttle by the tbW
of police.
wnjjr from Salem to Bahwr City, wkere I Good tea, good coffee, best'
a ni ... .u i- .. . .. . i
u Kwa IB IB MUHM SCBOOl. k.t nn.AJf k- fl.. . TnIT,1. nm,llfv
.- Mpod o for . .ho rim, witki b -- , TrT"' w
nm OoaMaac Wheaido.-Tkt Dalies' extracts, best spices, pure soda,' ' ,qui" ua, "'""
Ohroaicle. . r r uty, Jf 0hajf p Lcmberger, of 8rrf
at lair prices and moneyback. '. . Y., had not dono the bert u
e ..... , 'could for his sucering son. "My boj,"
bchillmg s best, at your n m. out a Zearul gash over Mi
I appliod Bucklea's Ama
Ko
Marry Ashford. .,f thi eouaty, re
taraod Uat ov-a!n(f through th East.
wa ac- nipanii bom bv hi
Louis Lraiac. of Stanwoo.1
ia., wto wi'i ;i: tz'.jl: vs
coaaty. The
Turner this a-ornc,
grocer s.
eye, so
Salve, which quickly healed it 1
wved his eye." Good for burns J
ulcers, too. Only 25c at J. 0. Perrj'i
Drug Store.
..atWHn.-inrf'ii.r tm nrm.m..,HV-.. n.f
:-s THE OLD RELIABLE :-:
Henney
Baggies
Carriages
WE MANUFACTURE ALL OUR
OWN HARNESS, VE KNOW
W1IAT YOU WANT, AND USE
NOTHINQ BUT THE BBST Or
IXATIIBR. EVERY STRAP
GUARANTEED.
BBhi :lvLT.', ?
Racine
Buggies
Hacks
FLUSH BQBS6. Wl HOSflS I)
Ttr.AifwnmQ mar issnnn 9
DROP IN AND LOT US SHOW
THBM TO YOU.
in inim
a? ?! vu h j
Trner thi a.orric.7.
j WAIT FOR OUR GREAT
"H' Closing Otrt Sale
OF
2 m I
I Which Will Begin
f?S
5ept. JJth
Mondaj
E So Lamport Saddlery Co
Established J 869.
259 Commercial Street
Tins TLL BE A CKANCB FOR THOSE nTrrw m
THE SAME AT THRTX OWX rlWM nnT?3 BUY IEN'S 0R B0Y'a OLOTHINa TO GET
MUST QO. AND THE FRICES WILL SP 7nr JKA ITOE LOSING OUT SALE-EVERYTinNa
DONOTBUTANYCLOTHINO uSlSrSoSgJ 00DS S
Y M. 0 A, BUTLDINO
CORNER COMMEBOIAL AND OHEMEKETA STREETS.
V

xml | txt