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OaILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1005.
ES I - . - ji Little Better 'han Seem lecessary h tho verdict of overy ono who eats I VL-, fOANDIES AND ICE OBEAM. THE SUMMER GIEL ' Tho Beat Drink of tho Year. PEACH ICE CREAM, Mighty Tlno. FULLER & DOUGLAS, kleni's leading grocers, bakers and nfeetlonorfl. 45Q-400, Stato street. Row phono Main 182. anting Boots and Shoes fz have the finest line ever ought to Salem. We will ce pleasure in showln them you. IHAUSER BROS., Props. ilem Gun Store. Sporting Goods lolster Springs 'Or 'he Fruit Men Wo havo a goodly supply of all slzos lister springs for farm wagons. Thoy thn good sort, and will snvo your Rgoa, as well as bring in yqur farm oducts in good order. Ask to bo own. Axle Grease . ) iron's graphlto groaso, Doorhako's stor oil groaso. Tho former is largo- . composed of graphite, a -natural lu ll cant, and wo guarantco it to please lu or monoy back after you uso ball box. Tho lattor is a standard oil oaso which will not "tar." Try it id you'l quit tho choap groasos. F. A. Wiggins' nplomont Hoaso, 25B-2G7 Llborty St srm Implements, Wheels, Antoine ttes, Sowing Machlnos and Supplies. Hop Pickers. jWartcd, BO hop plokors for Bont Kir-s' yards, about 10 wiles north of pl-in. Good boat landing. Hops very . i about 1800 pounds per aero. lii"1! water and camp ground. Tolo- i" :So. 38. ANDREW KAW, 111 :t Grower. iotlco of Laying Sowor in Oharlos Oartwright's Addition to tha City of Salem, Orogon. Mce is heroby glvon that tho Com- a f Juncll by a resolution duly mauo n nJjournod rogulnr mooting thero- jf, LM1 on tho 8th day of Soptomber, 1 , ucems it cxpediont nnd proposes hv nnd construct a six-inch alloy fw r throuch tho Charlos CartWTlght's Irit'nn to said oity, thenco across fif 111 street, thonco through lot No. ia block No. 80, in tho City of Sa- Ini, to connect with tho alloy sewer 1 ' k 80. fill alley sower to bo so laid and instructed at the expense of tho JKrly owners bonefitod. ana tne cost berof assessed upon the property outfitted thereby as prescribed by the barter and Ordinances of said city. 'his notice is nublished" 10 days in tno aiital Journal, a newspaper pub- !ip1 in tho oltv of Salem, by order If tho Council. W. A. MOORES, f-11 lit Recorder IllUIIIUnillBHiUiiiHiBBa PERSONALS S MeHUBiiuiauuiMggsjnS F. G. Luco has returned to Portland. Tad Shclton is doing tho fair this week. Mr. Perry Orondorf, of Oklahoma, is in tho city. I, L. Patterson of Portland spent Sunday in this city. Jack Rogers was a passengor for Portland this morning. Dr. Eploy nnd wife aro spending tho week it tho exposition. Sam Clarke has returned from n wcok's visit to tho fair. Miss Emjly Horgan wont to Corral lis today for a short visit. Gordon Mooros is sponding a couplo of days at tho Portland fair. O. H. Krnusso of Portland spent Sua day with rolativos in this city. Prof. Francesco Soley is transacting business in tho metropolis today. Miss Connlo Lewis, of Portland, spent Sunday with friends In this city. Curl Abrnms, Tustlcr for tho States man, is 111 at his homo at Lincoln. Mrs, G. Mason has roturncd from an oxtendod visit to tho Portland fair. Mrs. II. J. Ottenhetmcr has returned from an oxtendod visit to" California. Alta Altman loft for Corvallls this noon, whero sho will visit with frionds. Horry Shear of Eugcno was a busi ness visitor to tho Capital City Satur day. Miss Mmry F. McCrcdlo of Sllvorton apont sovcral days in this city last wook. B. Bennigor of Fossil is sponding n fow days in looking over tho city of Salem. Austin Sims enmo up from Portland this morning for a short visit with frionds. Mrs. A. II. Farrar returned last even ing from nn extended visit to tho Port land fair. F. A. Welch of tho stock department of tho Lewis and Clark fair, spout Sun day "in Salem. Orman Bonn, of Eugcno, passed" through Salem this morning on his wuy to hit tho trail. Mrs. M. A. Gill has returned from Eu gcno, whero alio visited her nioco, Mrs. A. M, Hendricks. Mr. ami Mrs. F. G. Dcckabach nnd children roturnod Saturday night from taking in tho fair. John Skief of Scnttlo is" sponding a fow days in Salem beforo doparttng for tho eastern states, i ,; F. T. Wrlgh'tmnn ' returned this morning from his fnrm, whero ho had boon to spend Sundny. . Roily IIowo departed for Snn Fran cisco Saturday night, whero ho will make his future home. II. II. Rogan, an oliVtimo friond of O. II. Pickcttc, is sponding n fow days with him. Eugene Registor. Mrs. I E. West wont upon to Corval lls today to bo at tho bedsldo of her slstor, who is ill in that city, J. D. Guiss onfno up from Portland Saturday night to spend Sunday with his slstor, Mrs. Cooko Palton. Mr. nnd Mrs. S. Graham of For nice, B. C., nre the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sims, of this oity. J. Baker of Los Angolos stopped off in Salem for a short visit, whilo on his way to tho groat exposition. Lyman Ponnol and brother, George, have gono to Ian Frnnolsco whoro they oxpeot to make their future homo. Mrs. W. E. McElroy and family havo roturned from. a visit to Monroe, whero sho was the guest of Mrs. A. O. Mc Elroy. narry Lucas returned to tho exposi tion grounds yosterday morning after You'll BE CURED Of any ailment of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels or Kidneys very quickly of you will only resort to tho Bitters at the first symptom. Thousands havo found this true during the past 60 yoars. HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS Should thereforo have a' permanent plaeo in every home, because it is ab solutely safe and can be relied on in oaso of Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Cramps, Costtveness, Heartburn or Femalo Ills. w coYiar Bracelets Skillfully and superbly wrought in gold and silver, in the highest etyle of artistic elegance, as well u all other kinds of jewelry, are displayed at Pomeroy's. We are showing the latest of the new styles, and you can ehooso from eur big stock well within your " means. Bracelets from T5e to $10. C. T. Pomeroy Jeweler and Optician 38 State St., Salem, Or. having spont a few days with relatives in this oity. "Slim" Unruh, mnnagor of tho Col loglan last year, came in from the country Saturday and reported for foot ball practice. Miss Mercedes 81ms has returned from Portland whero sho hn9 been visiting frionds nnd seeing tho fair for tho past weok. Mrs. Scott Ward, of Albany, camo up from Portland this morning for a visit with hor son, Frnnk, of tho Capi tal drug store. Hinkle, Patton nnd Ford, members of lust year's football squad at Wllionu otje, nrrivod this morning, and reported for practico at once. Mrs. T. L. Davidson, of Salem, is in tho oity, tho guost of her brother-in-law, G. B. Blessing, of tho 0. H. & X. sorvlce. Astorlnu. Mrs. A. L, Brown and daughter, ac companied by Miss MoNnry, loft for Portland this morning, whoro they will spond a week nt tho fair. Senator M. A. Miller and family, of Lebanon, passed through Salem this morning, on thoir way homo from a visit to tho Portland fair. Mr. II P. Chapman of Bochostor, N. Y. is visiting nt tho homo of his sister, Mrs, C. L. Bean, at tho conior of Ccntor and Church streets. Mrs. M. R. Durfoy, who has boon vis iting Mr. and Mrs. George F. Mason in South Salem started on hor ro turn to Fresno, Calif., Saturday. Rov. Mos3 and family, of Walla Walla, aro expected to arrlvo in Salem tonight to spend a fow days at tho Fcnscko home, on tho corner of Union nnd Wiutor stroots. Mrs. Stewart nni Mrs. Hill, Eastern ladles, who have boon visiting in Sa eom, wont to Corvallls today, whore thoy will join tho family of Oswald West, nt tho hop yard. Roscoo Jamos started out this morn ing to do tho fair, with u wild doslro to enpturo oscnpod convicts. His friends horo nro hoping that ho docs not intend to stay until ho captures one. George E. Htoh returned last oven ing from Portland whoro ho hnd beon iia a dologuto to tho' mooting of tho Na tional Letter Carriers' association. 'A, J. Rlggs departed for Pendleton this morning, to bo present nt the moot ing of tho stato board of pharmacists in that elty. They will conduct nn ex amination for prospective druggists. Messrs. Grconbaum nnd Rosteln left yosterday morning for Portland whoro thoy will spend sevornl days at tho fair. They woro accompanied by thoir families. Rov. W. W. Forrlor of San Francis co is in tho city, tho guest of relatives. Ho is on his way to Soattlo to attond tho meeting of tho American board of foreign missions. Mrs. 0. L. Watt loft today for San Frnnolsco nnd Santa Rosa. Sho goos in tho lntorost of tho United Artisans. 8ho will bo joined nt Santa Rosa by hor son, Ivan Martin, who left Salem sovernl weoks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Stein, who wore recently mnrrlod in this city, oamo up from Portland, whero they have boon for tho past fow dayB. Thoy will lonvo for thoir new homo in Montana tho last of tho wook. Mrs. D. W. Reynold of Portland and slstor, Mrs. Harriet Mngors of Sterling III., aro the guests of Mrs. Reynolds' daughtor, Mrs. D. F. Brunner, at the cornor of High and Union streets. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Fry and children, Mr. Marvin Popplo, of Bloomlngton, 111., nnd tho Misses Helen nnd Edith SIdos, of Downlngton, Pa,, havo re turned from nn extended outing at Slab creek. Mr. and .Mrs. A. 0. MoFarland, of Dos Moines, lown, are expeotod to ar rlvo In Salem this ovenlng to visit their cousins, Mr. B. F. West, and brother. Thoy havo beon In Portland attending tho National Letter Carriers' conven tlon. Miss Lena Simpson of Portland, who hna boon the guest of Mrs. M. S. Skiff In this oity for some time, departed for homo yesterday morning. Sho was accompanied by Mrs. Skiff and son, Mark, who will visit at the fair. Rev. George Babcook, of the First Presbyterian ohureh, will depart for Portland, where he will spend a part of his two weeks' vacation, ne will go to Olendale next week, to spend a few days wlUi Mr. and Mrs. George Pratt, who were recently married in this city. George W. Louasberry, fullback on last roar's football team nt Willam- otte, arrived in this city from Seaside Saturday nnd reported for praetiee that night. Ho is in tho pink of con dition and weighs 18 pounds more than bo did last season, which will add some to his effectiveness as a player. Miss Bona Ferguson, Pendleton's well-known and popular vocalist, left for Portland last night, where she will nttend Portland academy for the com ing winter. She will also take vocal lessons from Mrs. Reed, the prominent vocalist, and instrumental lessons from Prof. Gurkee. Pendleton East Ore gonlan. Miss Ferguson visited in Salem this summer, as the guest of Miss Stella I Fall Opening WE BE BEADY TO SBttVE OUE PATRONS WITH THE BEST OF MEN'S, BOYS' AND OniLDBEN'S OXOTHINO HATS AND TOGGERY THE COUNTRY AFFORDS. WE HAVE THE VERY BEST MAKEB'S BEST FBOM EVERY- WHERE. - ,r WE MADE OBEAT PBBPAEATIONS FOB TALL AND WINTEB TBADE, AS WE WANT TO BEAT ALL PEEVIOUS BEOOBDS, AND WE'BE CONFIDENT THAT WE'LL DO IT. TniS FALL THE COATS WILL BE OUT FROM ONE TO TWO INCHES LONOEB THAN LAST YBAB. THE DOUBLE-BREASTED WILL BE USED BY YOUNO MEN. THE DARK WORSTEDS AND FANCY CHEVIOTS WILL BE USED MOSTLY BY WELL DBES3BH MEN. ,THE "ROBERTS" HAT LEADS ALL IN STYLES AND BUBA. BILITY THIS YEAR. Salem Woolen Mill Store 0. P. BISHOP, PEOPBEQTOE. Mr. nnd Mrs. F. B. Gilbert, of Al bany, N. Y., who havo beon tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Wiggins for tho past four weeks, started on thoir roturn homo this morning. Thoy havo boon charmed with Oregon and tho Oregon climate, and particularly at tho sight of roses blooming out of doors in Sep tember. Thoy woro Accompanied as far as, Portland by Mrs. Wiggins nnd Mil dred, who will spend a fow days at tho fair. Tlio Missos Mary nnd Anna Snloraan, of Prlnevllle, who aro students nt tho unlvorslty, arrlvod in this city Friday. Lust year thoy boarded at tho "Ladies' hall," but their mother and slstor camo with thorn this timo and will koop house for them this winter. Thoy took thoir suimnor outing in rather a unique way. Thoy camo ovor tho mountains in a wagon, nnd stopped for several days at a timo at tho dllTeront summer rosorts along tho route Thoy report a very pleasant trip. TWO HEADED SNAKE Perfect Specimen Found Near the Capital City John Doyons, who lives nt tho Petty john Forry, flvo mllos south of Salem, brought to Tho Jourunl ofllco today a two-hondod snnko, allvo, woll and hap py in tho possession of tho doublo doso of hoad-ploccs. 'it is of tho wator snako varioty, and his llttlo nioco, ary, found it near tho rivor, along a llttlo brook. Tho animal has four oyca, two tongues, nnd tho heads aro jolnod on ono body nt tho back of tho nock. Tha snako catchos flics and bugs, swims and dlvo9 in a pan of wator, and tho chil dren havo mado qulto a pot of it. The snnko is nine inchos loug, and has ft groonish color. After showing the curi osity ho took it homo with him, and will rniso tho sorpent for a living eurlo. Incredible Brutality. Iv would havo boon lncredlblo bro tallty if Ohas. F. Lomborger, of Syra cuse, N. Y., had not done the bost he could for his sucorlng eon. "My boy," ho says, "cut a fearful gash ovor his oyo, so I appliod Bucldon's Arnica Salvo, which quickly hoalod It and BAVod his oyo." Good for burns and ulcore, too. Only S5o at J. 0. Porry'a Drug, Store. o Tho bost in nono too good. You get this nt Farrlngton's meat market. o CHILDREN CRY FOK FLETCHER'S OA8TORIA. Dissolution ,r k "! " - - f O 9 O xn xn a At a tecent meeting of the stock holders of the House Finishing Co. it was decided to close oat the Al bany store and dissolve the corpor ation and to make quick work of it. A large part of the Albany stock will be shipped to Salem and closed out. All articles in Salem storewhich have duplicates in Albany will be included in this Dissolution. Sale. Watch our windows THE HOUSE 'iYV FURNISHING COMPANY 1 77 Liberty St Salem, Oregon. o CO xn O & O 9 4 Dissolution n r Brown. A