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rALEM. OREGON. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1005. 2- OATLY CAPITAL JOTJRNAL. "" ' , i he lakh Cold Habit i The old cold goes; a new one quickly TLLJ tendency to consumption. Aycr'a . Cherry Pectoral breaks up the taking- -,J l..fl. t. .-.t... t.1 AL COIU I1BUII. It suciikiuciib. ucaia. nil our doctor to tell you all about it. BiTfMWcrcui ntrDiin J.a.AjtTOo., fwaulu ri til otf medlclnn. I.ow.11, M. BMBHMMHnBnVBP" DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL BY II0FER BROS. OFFICIAL CENSUS SALEM. MAY, 1004, 13,287. tcred there all the time. Tho rest of the people who don't like it can movo out of the state. o THE WILLIAMSON JURY. . It is stnted as n fflet that of tho 100 jurymen-drawn in tho panel from which tho Williamson jury was sclootod, G2 wero from Portland. This may be truo or not. But if it is nnywhoro nonr truo tho trial was hard ly a fair one, everything considered. Thoro aro thlrty-thrco othor countloi In thn stato from which that panel of 100 jurors was supposed to havo been mado up. If one-fourth of tho population of Oregon is in Multnomah county, thcro ehonld not havo bcon over 25 jurors from Multnomah county. If G2 were chosen from that ono connty whero no other newspapers aro road but thoso bitterly opposod to tho defendant it is wrong. Tho nowspapcr is tho solo medium for information and cnllghtcninont of peoplo on public matters, and a man who rends only ono sido is not fit for jury duty. His mind is unconsciously undo up for lilm. Newt Wllllnmson is entitled to n new trial if thoro woro nny Portland men, who aro influenced to n degree of almost a mania against tho land enso defendants, on that jury. o -ABJ1 WE DRIFTING INTO AN EM- OARE AND KINDNESS FAY. Cnre and kindness iu the keeping of horses amount to mart than feed in tho long run. Blankets and waterproofs at tho right time, the liberal use of the brush and curry comb, cost less thnn grain and hay. Heavy feeding will not make up for thoughtful enro and klrfdnoss. Loving intelligence sustains lifo as well as ma terial food. Frod Sohindler Is nn oxprossmnn, who throo years ago began with ono horso hnullng tho mails from, tho trains. Ho has now n good team and is mak ing six dollars a day. He has enough nhoad to buy another toam and vo- hlclo. Ho has a light team, and they aro in good condition at all times, and can get around with a great deal of speed. Mr. Schindlor takes tho best of caro of his horses, nnd gets as much work ouj. of a light team as many do out of hoavy draft horses. This proves that it pays to feed well, to groom woll, and to treat well innn's bost friend, tho intelligent horse. It is tho mark of a successful busi ness man to treat horsos well, and it always pays from a buslnoss standpoint. with this belt and susponder effect. It is horrid to see a man continually hitching up his trousers. Think how much neater ho could keep his shirt in nummor." It Is horrid. It Is. It if. And wo should love to sec the neitncss of his shirt in summer. Besides, what if this prospect doosfcontain just -a -suspicion of tho effctof , S3. Lucas County. Stnto of Ohio, City of Toledo, Frank J. Ohonoy mnkos oath that ho is senior partnor of tho firm of F. J. Ohonoy & Co., doing business in tho city of Toledo county and stato aforo said, and that said firm will p'ay tho sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLAKS for oach and overy caso of catarrh that cannot bo curod by tho uso of Hall's Catarrh Curo. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to beforo mo and Subscribed in my presenco this Gth day of Docom bor, A. D. 1880. (Seal) A. W. QLEASON, Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Curo is tnkon inter nally, and acts directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system. Send for testimonials free. F. J. CHENEY, Toledo, O. Sold by all druggists, 76c. Tako Hall's Family Pills for constipation. OtfM PIRE. Collier's sooms to think so when it eaya in its lssuo of Soptcmbcr .10th: West Point was mado ridiculous, when visited by Hnron Roson nnd M. do Wltto, by tho remission of punish inonls previously awarded to tho ca dets. "This notion," tho ordor roads, "la tnkon ns a complimont to tho dis tinguished envoys thomselvos, nnd ns n mark of regard to tho great nntlon tlioy roprosont." Truly this is rogal. When mnjedty hns n birthday or is graciously plonBOd to travorso somo town, criminals aro freod in honor of tho great event. Wo nro gotting on. Onos man power Increases nt Washing ton along with tho jiower of half a doz en senators nnd fifty flnanelors, whllo tho house of representatives loses, ex cept in tli a caso of its one man, tho sponktfr. o MOVE IT ALL TO PORTLAND. The Oregtmlau is making tho modMt suggestion that all tho normal schools 1)0 combined iu one, and that bo com bined with the state university, and the whole sheotiiig-iiinteh moved to rortlund. Lot the state buy the Lewis and Clark fair nnd make it annual appro priations, and keep that at Portland, consolidating thn state fair with it. Thcro is room fnnll nt Portland. Movo tho state oiipltnl Into the re fined political- nuilosphoro of the olty of moral purity, where gambling is un known, and the oh u re lies only nro open on SuiuUiy. With tho fair running .the legislator oould bit the trail on Sunday and hire a room on weekdays for a friendly gamo of poker, knowing that tnVmay. or would never allow uim to be prose cuted. Movo th.o fiih hnteliprlftg, the state agricultural eollege and the state soap fuetory and the whitewash board nil to Portland, far they will be need, and tho state disinfectant as wall. Move all the newspapers and nil tjie job printing ofilsea to Portland and havo nil the state national guard ipvar- The Time To Beg m Baying money Is wjiau yu begin to earn it, No inajtor how small yeur In come you wn save a little f it. This nlane, if rogttbirly doao, will mnko you independent. Wo receive deposits of ono dollar or more ami pay interest at. tho rate of 8 por ceut per annum, compound oj semi-annually. FROM DRY GOODS TO BLACK SMITH, Salem hns a man who, after thirteon years nt tho dry goods trndo goes back to blacksmithing. Oeorgo Molson, who conducted tho Beehive storo In this city, has tnkon n forge in tho Qlovor and Pntton shop on Court strcot. His son,Hnry Melson, hns worked thoro a jenr, end his father now takes a hand nt tho anvil nnd bollows. Tho work of tho blacksmith requires as much intolligonco ns carpenter or nny othor trade. Ho must know metals ami understand mechanics. Tho editor of this paper was nj prontlcod to lonrn the blacksmith trade, but ho gnvo it up becauso of poor health. What a blosilng it would havo boon to tho publlo hnd ho becamo n good horso-shoer.instoad of n poor, editor. But fow men havo ontlro control of tholr destiny. Thoy onunot bo what thoy would, and thoy would not be what thoy nro. So it is net ns gront a jump from dry goods to tho anvil ns it is from the anvil to tho editor's desk. Few men iu their youngor yoflrs know jjust oxnotly whpt thoy woro cut out for, "nnd still fewer roach a stato of perfect satisfaction To do well the part in life nllottod to you is the best course for any man to pursue. The humblest tasks are ren dered satlsftiotory by puttlug a llttlo intelligence into them. Savings Department CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK COLLEGE HAZING - VS. HOSPI TALITY. Mrs. Harriet Presaott Spofford, writ ing for Collier's of Septomber 30th on tho subject of Oolloge Women and Col lege Customs, in port says: It is to bo hoped that the reopening of the college year to women will not lie marked by the foolish frolies which havo so long disgraced tho oolleges at tended by men. Fur nothing oan be more contradictory to any idea of wo inanllnevs than any form of hazing. Hospitality is an anelent virtue. Such food, auek shelter as our nneea tors had, belonged to the stranger that nuked for it, help, and forwarding, and all rurtuer kindness. It Is strange their descendants should degenerate la this so pleasant habit. Surely hos pitality is as xuteh a virtue in the col lege us iu tho koine; the person just entering mere, young man or young weiuau, is a stranger witbin the gates not to be made tho butt of stupid fau, or the objeet of vulgar cruelty. In some, at least, of our colleges for wo men, a charming eustom prevails which is the very opposite of the one under eoneiiteratieu. There the sophomore take the freshmen, so called, iu eharge me latter eiien newesisK ana more or lees bewildered, oven If full of hope and oourage they show them over the oolloge, initiate them Into the mystery of this or that foreign appearance, af ford them nequragiMat and aavoir falre, and a sordini and friendly enter tainment. And, after that, nah one of the class above becomes the sponsor, as it were, ef ono novitiate. This is the 0 olden Rule touching gay and boist erous spirits to fine issues, and let us hope that it will be the cause of some thing finer still In the college for men. What Is Most Valuablo in Teachora? Is it book knowlodgo or human qual ities! Ability or gentleness? But if a toacber has good manners, drcssos properly, used good lnngungc, is kind, polite, courtoous, thoso qualifica tions cannot bo hidden. Children loarn unconsciously by ob servation. Thoy nro groat Imitators. If a teachor Is qulck-teciporcd, snap pish, uses rough languago, is not care ful about dross or manners, tho chil dren copy that also. Tho first cssontlal of a teacher of children is thnt ho or sho bo a gentle man or a lady. That is far raoro important than hav ing pnssod all tho examinations in tho world and bo tho opposite Mrs. J. B. Mclnnis, a woll-known ros- idont of Springfield, Lane county, died Mondny morning nt her homo at that place, ngod CO years. . MrkCLsHncaiJV zsiw 'iiwi'' dkigne)Jby SCHLOSS BROS .Fine'Clotbif? '"" "'"" "' " aUJJisCfc3 xaS2EEns llTodble-fctfeasted L Stlits- Fq Style V9 says Dame Fashion. Right again, as usual, and flight hete ae the suits, snappy in thei stylish smartness. DESIGNED SCHLOSS jrine'ClotiY; BALTIMORE &C9 MtvKcra NtWYORK nrr- mviT Mmw w arrow TTrr.Tn UNUSUAL LOOK OF NEATNESS AND DLSTINOTION IN A .u uiu. uuu. - -,. -rmrvor A ren-n nr m , . TJ ROUOII SKETOn LIKE TID.S YOU WILli OBX A iwaxxtitt wuti. xiiu. m. mnio uiuuiun xja uuu wik.,i DOW Tins NEXT TIME YOU PASS. SLIP ON A COAT OR TWO AND YOU'LL BED HOW THEY FIT; AHD THE QUALITY IS SURE FROM THEOt MAKE "SCHLOSS. " EVERYTinNO ELSE THAT'S SMART FOR FALL HERE W. JOHNSON & CO Suits and Overcoats, $10.00 to $25.00 Car You Must Sleep. If you cannot, it is due to an irritated or congested state of the brain, which will soon de vclope into neryous prostration. Nature demands sleep, and it is as important as food; it ' is a part of her building and . sustaining process. This period of unconsciousness relaxes, tho ,1 mental and physical strain, and!. allows nature to restore ex hausted vitality. Dr. Miles' Nervine brings refreshing sleep, because it ' soothes the irritation and re moves the congestion. It is also a nerve builder; i nourishes and strengthens ev ery nerve in your body, and creates energy in all the organs. Nothing will give strength nnd vitality as surely and (quickly as Dr. Miles' Nervine. "Durlnir tho past winter I had two attacks of LaOrlppq which left m very wealc, nnd In had condition. I vrna so nervoua I could not sleep. My wife, after trying- different remedies, went for a doctor. Tho doctor was out, and a neighbor recommended Dr. Miles' Nervine, and she brought home a bottle. I had not slept for somo time, and had terrible ruins In my head, After taklnir a few doses of Nervlno the pain waa not so severe, and I alept. I am now taking the second bottle, nnd nm verv much Improved " IIKNUY M. SMITH, Underbill, Vt. Or. Miles' Nervine Is sold by your drupqlst, who will ouarantee that ths first bottle will benefit. If It falls, he will refund your money. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind FLETCHER'S CHILDREN OBY FOB 0 ASTORIA. Hall's Fetty Road and FERRY Shortest line to all points in Polk County. No Autos or Steam Engines ran on this road A. D. PETTYJOHN, Prop. Ferry- One dreutukr declares that certainly necJ tbo conet. "I men for ont," aba declares, "nm dlsgustea 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 HI 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 11 n 1 1. diving Away Dollars. On Saturday, October 7th tho Daily Journnl will have a Great Special Sale ami tell subscriptions to the Dally Jour nnl at $3, oash in athrnnee, tot ono year by mail, or ono yoar by carrier for $5. Better ttdto advantage of this reduction. Ravi the big display ad. IIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIinillH CASTOR I A For Infanta and Children. Nib Kind You Have Always Bougiil Bears tho Signature of W2 Hop Baskets Patented and improved for 1 905. Place yoar orders now and avoid the rash. Walte IWtofley 60 Court Street, Bslenj &e Salem, Oregon Tho best school to obtain n knowledge of how to do. Promo tion nnd preferment in business is tbo result of ability to do. There is a constant demand for competent bolp. If you onn keep boots and do stenographic, work, there is a place for you. Can You Do Such Work? It has been years since a young mnn with a knowiedgo of book kooplng has c mpleted our short hand course, simply beeause they all secure positions before gradu ating. What letter opportunity do you wantf In comparison to tho bonefits derived, it costs but llttlo to secure a usable eduea tlon. Send for catalogue. W. I. STALEY, Principal. ymtll5)SULu:'8&!UAllu kUu A CHILD OAK BUY As ndvnntagcously at our meat mar ket as tho older folks. Wo glvo tho most careful attertlon to all orders, and sell nono but tho best of meats. E. 0. CROSS, Stato Street Markot. Phono 91 The New Fashion FORMERLY SIMPSON'S STABLES Consolidated With The Club Stables Modern Management. First-class Livery and Cab IAI Funornl turnouts a specialty. TiEji for picnics and excursion parties. .Vi'J Fashion phono 44. Club phone 7. Chs. W. Yannfce Prop, Htife Wing Sang All kinds of fancy Dry Goods, I Embroideries, Laces. Make op nw I Qants and Ladies' Furnishing ' Suits, Wrappers, Skirts, Whits Uai woar and all kinds Dress doodl W choap. 340 Court street, comer iSm Phono 1107. Salem Box Factory O, F. MASON, Prop. I am in South Salem, where you will find me for all kinds of fruit trays, orchard boxes and hop baskets. Miller street, Salem. Phone Main 308. NEW and SECOND HAND GOODS BOUGHT and SOLD Highest price paid for sseond-hand goods of every description. I have a "good stock of Tinware, Granltewarcj Dishes, Crockery, etc., that I can save you money on. lO. L. McPEEK", Phone 1233 Main. 170 Commercial St A. .SCHOOL DAYS Aro now at hand, and good w' able footwear is as necessary lot children as books and teaehen I' will find our footwoar especially si? od for trro'wlnc feet: footwear ti ' durablo, neat and comfort&W'i price and high in quality. JACOB VOG1 L. FRASER Successors to Burroughs l Fraser. Plumbing, Tinning and Roofing Cornice Work, Heating and Building Work of all kinds eatiW ""uo au worn guaranteed, 387 State Street, 8alem. Phone 151L r , i, I, , College of Music-Willamette University Opens Sept. 26 JhT B- . pi w- w: 3SSi v. uuug n(, !,,. nriwin. Ttr. -nr.ii... n..,Tti naniu, i. Eve!jn HV, New York, voice; Bva. Coxv B. 1L, Salem, pla """ """. newiy rumlahod studios, new faculty.