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JAPLY CAPITAL JOURNAL SALEM, OREGON. MONDAY, OCTOBER 2, 100C.
Tlio Kind You Ilnvo Always In uso for over 30 years, and Uym&8k All Counterfeits, Imitations and" Just-as-good" ar but; Experiments that trlflo with and endanger tlio hc3,a oC Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castori.t is a liarmlcss substltuto for Castor Oil, Paro gorlc, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Olorphlno nor other Narcotic aubstanco. 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 tlio Food, regulates tlio Stomach and Dowels, jrii ing healthy and natural sleep Tho Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Boors tho ayf&i The Kind Y.ou HaYe Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. TMS CtXTAUB OOMMItV. TT HURRAY Ttrr, NIW YORK OtTV. (Patronise Your Home In- : dvsttlza and keep yoar mon ey at home. Not a now buslnoss, but tho old black smith, wagon and paint shop of Jacob & Arthur vory much onlargod. Wo nio i proparod to do all kinds of fancy palnU jlng, sign painting and buggy, carrlago j and wagon painting; repainting and ro- f pairing furnlturo and musical inatru- 'monts. A first-class painter omployod. '.Light and hoavy wagons and bugglos Von hand and mado to ordor. Work called for in any part of tho city and roturnodi froo of chargo by G. W. Johns lor William Crow. JACOB & ARTHUR. JPhono 1483 Main. 2220 N. Front St. 0-22-tf OASTOHIA, Start tU , Blgniturs , ins Mna tw nan nwap; boccth of Do you want anything in the way of ! Groceries! If you do you will mako a ' mlstako if you buy without seeing our lino showing, Como in and too what ;wo havo to sell anyway, and got our prices. Baker, Lawrence & Baker Successors to Harrltt & Lawrence. 293 acres m Waldo Hills. Well fenced, new eight room house, big fcarn. several out buildings, fine orchard, about twenty acnes in grub oak timber, balance all cleared. Two fine springs near bouse, 11-4 miles from Stayton, 2 1-4 miles from Sublimity. Good German community. Price $40 an acre. Time given if purchaser desires. J. P. ROGERS SALEM Bought and which has been lias borno tlio elgnatnro of has been mado under his per sonal supervision slnco Its infancy. Allow no ono to dccolvo yon In tills. Signature) of Hop Baskets Patented and Improved for 1 905. Place y oar orders now and avoid the-rash. Waite Morley CO Court Street, Salem. A GOOD DEAL. In tho construction of a building do ponds upon your lumbor being 01 good quality and well scasonoa. Whon wo aro dealbTS you aro assured of tho best quality that can bo produced. You aro also suro of gottlng tho best quality at tho lowest prleos. Fair and squaro dealings, good goods and low prleos is our success. Near S. P. passong6r depot. Phono Main 62. OOODALE LUMBER 00. JIH FRENCH FEMALE (.PILLS. A Sam, Cutu. ftiui. Ut ScrfMM. Mmwrro.niw. StVUINOWH TO fAll. '' '! ' (MlU. Uiuvu1 aM K.rbll. IUI rC4l4 fuf 11.00 w U. m lH4unftllrlil.WI. Mllfof nunM, lUaplM flM. fJwu4n.tUt.o ktnUn -4 )w witn u U UMITlrMlOICLCOoT. LtNOA.TtN. P.. Sold la Salem by 8. 0. Stone. for SALE H-H'M I 11 IIIIIH-WtilHIH I PERSONALS I h-h-i m-h 1 1 n haa i i i j i it n A. Welch returned from Portland Saturdny ovoning. Oharles Wlllman spent Sunday In tho exposition city. Miss Ethel Bradloy, of Sumpter, Is visiting frlonds in Salem. Mrs. W. J. Clarke, of Gcrvais, is tho guest of Salem relatives. Dr. J. M. Kcono, of Medford, was in Saloiu for a fow hours Saturday. Dr. E. A, Piorco hns roturnod from a short visit to tho metropolis of Oro gon. Henry Meyflrs was shooting pheas ants In tho fields near Albany yestor day. ' W, E. Hoath, of California, Is spend ing a fow days In tho capital city of Oregon. Miss Qertrudo Bashor," of Oregon City, spent Sunday with hGr paronts in Saloiu. Attorney O. O. Bingham was a business visitor to Portland Saturdny afternoon, Fred West and wlfo nro among Sa- lomltes who nro spending this wcok at tho fair. Mr. and Mrs. 0. Wain, of Itailoy, Idaho, aro spending a fow days .with friends in tbt- city. Mr. nnd Mrs. IJ. E. Edwards havo roturnod from n short visit to tho Lewis and Clark Fair. Mrs. F. E. Slator and son Richard havo returned from an extended visit to Portland and thp fair. M. nnd Mrs. Jnmos Walton, of Port land, nro visiting at tho homos of their paronts In this city. T, 0. Puxlon, of Astoria, has ro turnod to Salem to rcsumo his studies in tho Willamette Medical College. B. W. Macy, formerly of Salem, but now of Spokano is tho guest of his parents in this city for a few days, R. W. Caroy, Jn, window drossor for tho Vnnziger Co., Astoria, Is spondlng a few days with his paronts in this city. Tho delegates to tho Eugene moot' Ing of tho Willamette Valloy Dovolop ment Loaguo roturnod homo Saturday afternoon. W. M. Robhon, of Brownsville, a studont in tho medical collogo ro turnod yestordny from a two days' visit to tho exposition. Mrs. Mary Ehlon, who has boon-tho guest of her mother, Mrs, Ruth Sayre, for soVeral woekj, has roturnod to her homo in San Frnncisco. Dr. Harry Boauchamp, of Stayton, spoilt Saturday nnd Sunday In Salem. Dr. Boauchamp Is a graduate of the Willamette Medical College. Will Evans, for many years a clerk in tho Burkhardt book storo, but who is now employed in Portland, spent Sunday with rolativcs in this city. M. Ward Klnnoy, of Brownsvlllo, who has spent tho summer in Eastern Oregon, returned to Salem Sunday to rosumo bis work in tho modical collogo J. D. Ankeny, toller of tho First Na tional Bank of Wnlln Walla, is visit ing his cousin, "Pat" McArthur, of Rlckreal. Tho two gentlomon spent Saturday in Salem. NEW and SECOND HAND GOODS BOUGHT and SOLD Hlchest price paid for socond-hand goods of every description. I have a good stock of Tinware, Qranitewaro, Dishes, Crockery, etc., that I can save you money on. JO. L. McPEEK, Phono 1233 Main. 170 Commercial St OREGON SB9gMeMagKMMlMsWMgWggMglMtM8MMMtMe M s 8 OLASQLFIIB eBgHeMftBMWKgWtltrtteiWWgMlMltgtH I -FOR 8ALc. For Salo. Sovon-room resldonce, barn, largo half block, oloctrio lights, bath, hot and cold city water. E. Hofcr, Journal offlco. For Sale Small drv fir wood, at 3.25 J per cord. Phono Black 2001. T. L. Davidson, Jr., Mornlngsldo. 1-20-tf For Salo. An upright Weber piano, in oxcellont condition. Original , cost 050. Will sell for 200. Inquire of Honry W. Moycrs, caro of Moyors & Sons. 8-4-tf For Salo.llouse, barn and i aero of land, closo to city and school house. Very choieo fruit trees. Ono of tho best bargains on our list. Call at A. E. Bell land agoncy, 341 State street. 013-tf For Salo. ly, lots and houso, with modern Improvements. For further particulars Inqulro at 749 North Commercial strcot. 9-19-tf For Sala A good stoam wood saw; al so good bargains In now and second hand vehicles. Inqulro at 2170 North Front stroot. 9-21-lm For Salo. Flno small slzo violin, just tho thing for tho beginner. Soo J. L. Coatos, tho violin maker, room 7, Murphy block. 0-20-tf For Salo. At a bargain, a lot of Wols bach self-lighting gas fixtures, good as new for half prlco. Call at Jour nal office. 0-27-tf FOR RENT. For Rent. Furnished and unfurnlshod rooms, also good.sizod barn. Inqulro of M. A. Dlco, 700 Commercial stroot, throo blocks below Marion squaro. 7-15-tf For Rent Eighty-acre farm, 4 milos south of Salem, On macadamlzod road. J. BT. Daniols, 050 Wlntor street. 9-13-tf For Rent. A now fivo-room cottago, with bath room, full basomont, good location and walks. Inqulro at 2170 North Front street. 0-21-lm Houso to Ront. A good fivo-room cot tage. Inqulro of Mrs. IT. li. lYirroil, 17HU Htato strcot. u-zu-ii For Rent- A small tarm, flvo milos north of Salem. Address H. T. Bruce, caro Advance Thresher Co,, Portland, Or. 0-30-3t WANTED Wanted. 1000 head of shoop, small bunches proferrod; stato number, condition and prlco. A. I. Eoff, cor ner 18th and Ferry stroots, Salem. 0-13-lm Young Man Wants placo to work for board and go to school. Inqulro of L. A. Frier, Cottago Hotol. 0-303t kill iJ IUi r.- WANTHD FEMAXB HEIJ. WANTED. Housekeeper for country. References exchanged. Address "Z," caro of Journal. 80-?,t-tf WANTED MALB HELP. Wantod, at Onco. Fifty mon at tho Oregon Nursory Company. 9-28-0t BA1EEEEES. Capital Bakory Ullom & Buthorford, proprietors, 439 Court street. Fresh broad, plos and cakes dally. Macca roons, lady fingers, angel and devil's food oake, candles, nuts, etc. Deliv eries made to any part of the city. Phono White 321. 8-1-tf ARonrrEOT. W. D. Pugh Architect and superin tendent, plans furnished for all class es of building and structural work Offlco 110 Stato street, Tioga block, Salem, Oregon. DRAYMEN.. White tt Oummlns Do a general dray and transfer buslnoss, moot all trains. 'Phono, down town, Main 175. Stand 160 Commercial street 8-12-lm Huie Wing Sang Co All kinds of fancy Dry Goods, Bilks, Embroideries, Lacoo, Make up new line Gents' and Indies' Furnishing Goods, Suits, Wrappers, Skirts, White Under wear and all kinds Dress Goods, Salo cheap, 310 Court street, corner alley, Phono 1107. WALL PAPER We are exclusive dealers in Wall Paper, and tmrj the finest and most complete line in the city. We can please yon with goods and prices. Come and see us. E, L. Lemmoii 299 Uterty St . Pljone 2475 "'"""' ' ""g"lW IHVl J" - "' MISCELLANEOUS. rfW. Bhlrt Waists and Bummor Gowns Mado in tho best stylo nnd workman ship. Terms roasonablo. Address or call on Mrs. H. Mllnor, 20th nnd Contor stroots. 6-20-tf Salem Iron Works Foundors, machin ists ad blacksmiths. Manufacturers of all kinds of sawmill machinery. Hop and fruit drying stoves, etc. Mnnufaoturors of tho Salem Iron Works Hop Pross. 11-29-lm Davoy St Savago. Real Estato, Loans and Insurance, Convoyanelng and Exalnlng Tltlos. Notary work done. Bring ns list of your proporty for salo, 492 Stato stroot, near High. 8-8-tf Hotol Scott Newly furnished, every thing olo&n and first class. Rooms at roasonablo prkos, in Cottle block, Salem. A, Scott, prop. 7-6-tt Hollo. Hero I am again with a fall lino of crockery to bo sold at tbreo gallons for' 25 conts. Also tonts, camp stoves and all Tilndn of now nnd second-hand household goods. Glvo mo a call, corner of Stato and Llborty stroot, Salem. Conrad Dill man. 8-3-lm. Tho Tillson Oo. Doalors In chopped food, eeod bran, hay, flour dried frnlt, oto. High stroot, adjoining opora houso. 0-1-yr. Say Havo you trlod H. H. Pauls for moats? Ho has the best sausago in town. Come and try It, and bo con vinced. 410 East State strot. Wantod, Good shipping apples, pears and all farm and dairy produco want ed. Capital Commission Co, Phono Main 2231, opposlto Willamette Hotel, Salem, Oregon. Salem Stoam Dyolng and Cloanlng Worko When your best girl says sho will bo a sistor to vou. clvo her your olothos to preso. Then you will bring thorn to your stopmother, and got thorn fixed right, no matter what thoy ncod. Suits pressod by the month. Gloves, neckties, silk gloves or any zabrie, no matter now uoii cato, made to look like new. Mrs. C. H. Walker, prop., 105 Commercial ai To Trade. Pop a dairy cow, ono rod pollod bull, 2 years old. W. 0. Dun can, Turner, Oregon. 0-21-tf Found. A noto book containing somo recolpts, photos and lottors belonging to E. 0. Qllos. Owner can havo samo by calling at this offlco and paying for this notice 0-30-3t STOP TASE White House Restaurant if you want the best eating the market affords. Evorything first class and up-tq-date. GEORGE BROS. Proprs. Phone Main 2421. State Street Wc Fit Mud Guards and Steel Rims And Repair Umbrellas. Best Work at Honest Prices FRANK J. MOORE 368 MAIN. 370 COURT STREET. s '.tb .WO tr,". Hop Pickers Wo havo the only facilities for prop erly laundering your camp bedding, quilts, blankets, etc., at rock bottom prices. Bend us your woolens it will pay you. Balem Stoam Laundry. Phono 25. Salem Steam Laundry COLONEL J. OLMSTED, Prop. DOROUB D. OLMSTED, Manager. 230-iiberj" Street Phome ill Leave orders in Dallas with J, 3. Fidler, or at the Roy' Confectionery Store - ,r-ff rt . Iv-inSSsEbi lisSfln sMX srT' fiJaflBru'i $BmS3tBtm&itBk I Hi. II ' I ! S I i Mi .r .-" VlffSfRllflil D j WHM MUSIO STUDIOS. Music Studio, Frank E. Churchill, Musical Studio. Assoolato teacher 'Weatorn Conservatory, Chicago, HI, representing Inter-Stnto System at Salem, Oregon. In tho Gray block, toom 8. Studio hours 9 to 12 and S to 5. 8-10-tf PHYOtCIAN AND SURQEOh Dr. B. O. Dalton Physician and Bor- goon, Booms' 12-13 Bush Bank building. Phono Main 262. Be- denco Willamett6 Hotel. Phone Main 207. D. B. Qrlffln, A, M., M. D., Specialist; Morphlno, all drug and tobaceo habits cured (without pain) in from 48 to 72 hours. No monoy askod un til patlont is cured and thoroughly satisflod. For information desired, call on tho doctor at tho offlco of Dr. Lane, Holman block, Salem. Heurs: 2 to 4 p, m. By permission yea can talk withthoso whom I havo cured in city. 'J. Doyons, business manager, 0-2tr-iwk OSTEOPATHS. Dr. W. Ifc- Mercery-Graduate of Kiik vlllo, Mo!C under foundop of Osteop ophy. Offlco Breyman building Commercial stroot. Rooms 25 and 23 Phono Main 019. Roaideneo, 419 North Summor street. Phono Mala 014. Treats ajuto and chronlo dis eases. Examinations freo. Dr. 13. H. White Graduate of Kirks villo, Mo.; under tho foundor of os teopathy. Offlco Droyman building, Commercial stroot Room 21, phono 87. Night calls, Main 1195. Troate acuto and chronlo diseases. Exami nation froo. 9-25-tf PLUMBERS. Thoo. M. Bare Successor to Parr b Potcel, tinner and plumber. Hot air wator and steam heating a specialty, Salem, Oregon. 3-2 8ASII AND DOOR FAOTORIES. Fraik M, Brown Manufaeturer of sxsb, doors, mouldings. All kinds of houso finish and hardwood work. Front stroot betwoon Stato and Court A. M. Hanson Manufacturer of all kinds sash, dorrs, mouldings, wood work, house finish and offlco fixtures. Estimates furnished. Cor, Mill and Church street Phone Red 211. LODQE8. Salem Camp, No, 118, Woodmen of Mm World Moots in Holman Hall every Friday at 7:30 p. m. Paul 0. Hanson, consul; P. L. Fraeler, clerk. Forostors of Amorlca Court Sherwood Foresters No. 10. Moots Friday la Turner block. Ira Jorgenson, 0. Jtj A. L. Drown, Boo. Central Lodge No. 18, K. of P. Castle Hall in Holman block, eornor State and Liberty streets. Tuesday of each wook at 7i80 p. m, T. J. Croulso, 0. 0.) W. I. Staley, K. of R. and S. Modorn Woodmen of America, Ore gon Cedar Camp, No. 5240. Meets evory Thursday evonlng at 8 o'clock, Holman Hall. E. E. Matton, V. 0.) A. L. Drown, Clerk. WATER COMPANY. SALEM WATER COMPAM. officii errs hall. For wator service apply at offlce. Dills payable monthly in advance. Mako all complaints at the offlco. stiWMUilUHIIIIUISHMHI EXCURSION RATES During the Lewis and Clark exposition the 0. C. T. Co. will mako the following ratei Salem to Portland, ono way, 75 cent) round trip, $1.00. Tickets good 7 a. m. ton days. Doats leave dally at M. P. BALDWIN, Agt I Docl sHUHHI Dock Foot of Trade Mreet Edison Phonograph Agency, Qasollne Lamps, Mantels, Gasoline. Typewriters, New, Second-Hand. Rent, 214 Com'l St Phono Main 401. HOU.ISTCri'8 Rocky Mountain Tea Nugget? A Bur XUUt tat Hair r)l. Srla( Oglita Health sad EuwrM Vljor, A pclflo for GotiitipatloD, ladlgcttioo. Live nj KMnr Trouble, llmpiti. KctcaiA, Impui UkxxJ J)1 Urelti. MujriU ilowuli, J(AUb and UacksfltM, It's Kooky UounUlo Tm In Utx jt form, K cat a Ims. CUuuloiJ mtAa of ifoujTEBDaDa Com-ivT. Msditoa. WU. GOLDEN NU0QET8 FOR SALLOW PEOP.t . qg H iil f. i