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DAILY rMPlTALJOCTNAh SALEM, PRECOX, SATURDAY, -TILV .
J 000. i T ' 1Q J HI. I I""' m ' I i3f Medicine Chains Collars Leads Muzzics Everything Need ed for the Dog V IET F We will Put Your License Tag on your DOG'S Collar FREE I We have a very fine line of Dog Col- . m T L .. . .- I i v tf F -T- ars. When in need ot sum i " show you. Xi"tal lfm Phone 410 Phone 410 FLURRY IN HOPS SUBSIDES Fifteen Cent Options to Lapse and Growers Making Few Contracts CITY NEWS A Collection of Important Par grapfaf for Yonr Consideration. Carl Ituof baa finished a second gVoenhouso, which will bo devoted entirely to carnations. For Sole. AH stock and fixtures of tho Hllko millinery storo. Good causo for sell Jg. C. M. llllke. 2t One of tho busiest men on State street la Farrtagton. The meat from Ms market la always fresh and hla motto la "to please." Many reports conio In of bad side walks and poor crossings In tho far eastern part of tbu city. Oobblo them up, yo city fathers, or bettor still, make somo new oneii. Norwich Union Fire Insur ance Society. Frank Merediti, Undent Agent. Offlw with Wm. Brown & Co, No. 129 Commercial Btroot, NEW TODAY For Efent HoT-fckeojiing roomfl, up stirs at 223 South Commercial otroet. "Donnerwettcr," la what many otalem's citizens thought when tk-M were awakened this morning by a genuine- thunder storm. Hut there wasn't rain enough to lay tho dust. tart Chrlsman, tho now shorlff of "Wasco county, brought Chun. Drown to Salem yesterday, and turned him over to the penitentiary authorities Brown was sentenced to servo n year tor larceny, Found, tho plnca to get your suits pressed nnd cleaned, Panama lints blocked and denned, shirts and un derwear to order. High class tailor lug. flalom Prenatal; Parlors, 337 Court street. Phono 1207. Kxcluilvo of Insnrnnce companies, 340 corporations have boon formed, up to dote, to do business In Orci:on. This does not include corporations organised under tho laws of other Hates, doing business In Oregon. 'Oklahoma" Jones, of Macleny. was In town today, and says the prune men want tho hot weather to contlneu. Ho reports that nbout nno half of tho fruit has already fallen off, and that If half of what la left on the trees wll now drop, the crop will bo the finest ever. Tho Danker did things to tho Bookkeepers at baseball yesterday Mfturnoon on tho University dia mond. Tho game proved Interesting, and after flvo Innings of tho hardest kind of m struggle for supremacy the JUokera cawo out victorious by tho xr of S to . Forbes aud Perkins ift tho battery for the Hankers aud Clark and Campbell did tho work tor the Bookkeeper. Horn? IMItor Don't Cnrv. San Bebastln, Spain, King Alfonso ua ,'uen Victoria sailed today on Lost. At WHInmetto Park, an agate lint pin, with silver mountings. Finder please leave at Journal of llco for reward. 7-2S-3t Dog Tax Duo. Owners of dogs will save trouble and expense by getting tbeir tags and receipts from the re corder now, as all mutt be paid be-fo-o August lit, or tho dog will be taken in. W. W. Johnson, pounil maiter. 7-25-3 Home .Made lie Creiiin -Pure stuff, . sold at 90c per gallon, or 25c per quart. Tho best In town. Call at Home Bakery, In Y. M. C. A. build ing. F. Drowning, proprietor. 7-2 8-1 m Wanted.. Knergotlc, trustworthy man to work In Oregon, represent ing lnrgo manufacturing company. Salnry J40 to S90 per month, pnld weekly; expenses advanced. Ad dress with stamp, J. II. Moore, Sa lem, Oro. 7-28-3t Th flurry In hops last week. caused by buyers trying to contract the growing crop has subsided some what, and news comes from the hop region around Independence and Marion and Polk counties that the ontlons made at 15 cents a pound- have been allowed to lapse, urow ers are apparently willing to harvest their crons without contracting them tc dealers, and dealers seem unwill ing to make higher offers. As a matter of fact very few grow ers have contracted their hops this year, except small quantities with which to secure money to pay for harvosting the remainder of their crops. The nrosent Indications are that the quality of hops will be good, and there Is every reason to believe that tho market will reach 20 cents this fall. Although reports to the contrary havo been made, the fact that the prices have been so low has caused many growers to neglect the culti vation of their hops, and many I Bicycling MILLS ENLARGE PLANT Capital Cit Mills Will Increase Capacity to 100 Barrels Daily i inn m n iih in 1 1 n nt All Off the Earth. Salt Ijike, July 118. A car '. '. loaded with giant powder nn ', a freight train on the Itlo ' Ormide ,M AVc,steni exploded ut Goshen, on the Tintlc brunch, ! '. nt noon, wrecking the train J ami M-nUiTlnt; the equipment over the inoiiutnln Hide. All " ! Mlri'H are down, and detail J are meagre. It Is rumored that ' ' a lie cntl re crew was killed. H HUM I I I I I I I I I 1 HIM HI- The Capital City Mills, on Church street, in 'his city, are undergoing re- palrf, and within the next ten days villi t-Miime operations with an en tirely renovated plant, and will have a capacity of 100 barrels oi nour a day. The former capacity was id barrels. The owners, Bryant & Reeder, de termined that their plant should be second to none In the Willamette valley, and went to work to put In all the latest Improvements in flour making machinery. Four new bins have been added for the reception of wheat, 30x30 feet. 27 feet high, and will hold 24, 000 bushels. This Is in addition to the bins already in use. The proprietors have added new sections to the rolls, new housings, three new reels, an aspirator for making cereal foods and an Invinc ible cleaning machine. These new Improvements are being made under the direction of H. B. Keene, an experienced millwright, who had charge of making the recent improvements in the mills at New berg, Harrlsburg and other towns, and was sent here by the Portland Iron Works. Tho mills will be In full blast again within the next ten days, and will he ready- to receive wheat by Monday. The mill Is a custom mill, and is ready to make flour, graham flour, whole wheat, mill feed, shorts and any and all products of a well con- ' ducted mill. Is a pleasure when you ride the easy running lACYCLE T We also handle the Yale and Cornell which are beauties, and give entire satisfaction. Come in and we will he pleased to show them you. Our line of bicycle supplies is complete and our work- shop is well equipped. Bring in your wheel for re pairs and let us show you the meaning of prompt, ness and good workmanship. Best Work at Honest Prices J FRANK J. MOORE Phone 368 FIRE IN CASCADES SPREADING Xavy to llitll.l t'olllert,. Brooklyn, N. Y July 28. Dy vir tue of tho Increaso of tho limit of cost allowed by tho naval appropria tion act work will now ho possible on tho naval colllem proposed to bo hullt. This Increase allows tin ex penditure of 1,500,000 on each col lier, and tho work will bo dono with out further dolny at tho Brooklyn nuvy yard niid tho Mnro Island navy yard. Tho machinery for tho col llem la alrondy under construction here. Tho colllerB will not only carry coal to tho ships away from tho base of supplies but will bo de signed so nn to transport oil, which Is a material as much needed as fuel. Accommodations will also be provided for ammunition and other stores, and there will be somo ur- rangomonts for transporting to homo porta tho sick and wounded oillcers and mon. This lattor foaturo Is an Important one, and baa long been urged us a provision which should bo made by the govornmont both in times of peace and ar. This lat tor feature has novor boon provided for In tho past. yards did not receive tho attention necessary to Insure a full crop. This will tell on tho yield, and the moat conservative guessers believe that tho output will not bo so very largo this yenr. There Is no vermin this year, and everything points to a good yield, al though not a phonomtnnlly large one. There is'a uniformity of effort on tho part of'tho growers to havo plen ty of pickers, and to provide all the comforts and Lots of Watermelons. Another carload of watermelons came this morning from Fresno, California, and is being unloaded at the freight depot this nfternoon. A group of street urchins clings close to the car, eagerly expecting that ev ery minute tho men at work will drop one of tho big melons. While the melons do not often get away from tho hands of the men who arc un loading, thoro Is an occasional melon which has boon badly bruised in the travel, and which is given to the lit- Flames Rapidly Destroying Most Valuable Timber Along the Santiam luxuries posslblo to tie fellows, and tlin rnmna n -i. mako it pleasant work for the peo-'pllng, broad smile over their fncM plo In the fields. C0XTRACTIXG PKUXKS. Crops From Many Ilentiin Orchards Already Sold Hlg Orchard Among Them. that puts to shame the proverbial "smile that won't come off." For Good Itoads. Monday tho laying of crushed rock on tho "government obfoct lossnn . ,, . ".bin uiai infill sum mat road, near tho fair grounds, will be-! bo done to check tho Are The lire In the Cascade mountains, along the Santiam river, In Marlon and Linn counties, Is spreading. Des pite all efforts to control it, the flames are eating their way farther Into the timber in tho direction of Breltenbush. Some of the best tim ber in the reserve has been burned, and Inst night 1500 acres were a mass of flames. The mills of the Curtiss Lumber Company, at Mill City, have been shut down, and tho entire force of men at that plant havo joined the? tire fighting forces. The force hns been augmented from the logging ' camps, and all the nearby towns. I Men coming into Albany at mid night last night said that little could PORTLAND WILL TAX HURCHES r She Will (Jet a Dlvonv. (Four O'oloek Edition.) Reno, Nov.. July 5S. Mm. s. w. Corey and attorney nrrlvod thli morning from Plttaburg, to prepare tor Mr. Corey's dlvorco suit. whth will bo hoard Monday. Corey's at toroey also arrlvvd today. HrCunu from mt Ontlng, councilman F. Q. Hans h -a. Most pruno growers In Benton county hnve contracted their crops. In many Instances tho buer Is TU son, the Salem packer. Others havo sold to La Sello Bros., of Albany. The latter are Increasing their naekiiiL- Plant. haMng purchased tho Corvnllls on in the movement for better high i-iueuBHiiiK mncillnorv. Tin. lr.ii..!,'.... in. ,. - ,. ., . "-,,vi ""i"- l"v rn oi tno pnst few as sold by reason of the fad that days has been the preparation of the gin In earnest, and tho building of that pleco of macadamized road will bo watched by all who are Interested In good roads. Marlon county is without doubt the banner county in tho state for good roads, nnd this experiment conducted here will serve to Increase the Interest nlready tak tho Increased oporntlons of the Kaup- iscn creamery utilized the houso in which tho processing plant was quartered, and Its removal thus made necessary, suggested and consummat ed tho sale. U 3 for 40-408. sun-grade, preliminary to placing tho tlrst layor of crushed rock. The fire Is supposed to hnve start ed at a big log drift on the C. & E. road, four miles from the Brelten bush river. Hotel Arrivals Thunder Storm This Morning. Jupiter Tonntl got In a small stunt Of his SDOClaltV this n,r,.l m . I - """ins. illllli- Tho prosent quotation on prunes Ner nnd lightning bogan to be In ov- 3 U. tnr iA.in. o i . ' I.I .... i . . Qumu nnvo uetu iium.-u uooui ociock this morning, lots their cruls WsftsSI VX l.rj i:!! :"U ,H)rU b,or Vrl. and ltnl.r. H, had ftao lucl Ashing, and at Astoria mot a good many former Balom residents. He was accompanied tv his brother, Jobn, of Hlllsoboro. and Dr. Schmidt! of ltalnler. FOUNTAIN PENS "We havo a slock of U Ulg jm. We plecxi otd tot tW to U bl) Kovcmbw lt, Or U boHd.yi, 1,U1 la ,oma wa, U fselorr et thm too ,. Wo -ljr. YttOwUTatrn!!viou - woi n lououia jbi b4 will I lv A ditoount of S3 jsc ot ofl ' il jods for tk bUB of J1t aaj Aogusl. Barr's Jewelry .. Jnpre., BaMbAll ruytrs ana root lUcenl Louis J. Kragvr, champion long dUtune. foot nttr of Ge.waav a3j HollaaJ. rlt, OcUlw ST, Ml: "DutIBB my tlalBg of eight wpk foot tsct. M 8lt Iks City, B April t, I u4 luUiM', snow Uoimnt w .r grtit MlUftjtloo. Ttete f, I highly ommad 8bow Llnl 08t to all who ro u with PiislM, bruise w rhumtliai.' 33c, -.T-""1 a)M) 7 O. J IVr. Mboey to Loan THOU AH V tvun J '13,1 A h'. Baak, WtM, 0r contracted on a basis of 4 : for 30 40s. Among other crops that havo been sold Is that on tho big prune orchard. The yield thr la cin,. Cd at 10.000 bushels, or 200,000 pounds of dried fruit. Tho largest yield ever made by tho orchard was 500,00 pounds of dried product. Ton figure at which the coming crop In tho big orchard was nnni,i.j ......vtvui - -.. -.v.... i, no mum nas not boon made public, but it Is d considerable attention. imnwi io nave been a favorable one. Tho crop generally U one of the blKSt In the history of the pruno, if ropru aro to he erdltd Cor- vallls Times, and a mlnlnture thunder storm was In progress at intervals until 10 o'clock In tho forenoon. A small quantity of rain nnd hail fell in some parts of tho county, but not enough In any place to have an appreciable effect on the dust. Lightning nnd thunder is so rare west of the Cascade mountains that the small storm this morning attract- Personals A Party Luncheon Is tsado more attractive by one of thiuo dalntv lunchoon ..- th eYokohama Tea Store. Tho set imihum a tablo spread, twelve nap klus and twulro doUlo tk ....... tar price of these tts ja j$P. oor ,or & ""M time 15c Come before they are all goae, Tm Slur Hectde Xew Stock Of enameled kitchen ware. The rs,.Crm.P,,eU' aBd tUo ,rie e uch that alt can afforxl the bMt. o rust. ear washed ax! u,,',. npare. Cowe in aa.1 . .w.- Yokohama Tea tSore. 1f i Miss Rosolia Back, of Mt. Angel, visited hero yosterday. Mrs. R. C. Churchill, of Albany, u tho guest of relatives here. The Misses Alice and Lenn Mat ten are visiting Mrs. Flshwood, of Sllverton. Mrs. Kato Watt and daughter, Miss Alma, returned nfter a several days' stny nt Newport. Miss Frances Llston leaves this afternoon for Portland, whence she wm go to Eastern Oregon to renew acquaintances. Willamette. E. Hofer, Journal. John Blakely, Portland. T. A. Camahan, Los Angeles. Mrs. Gnrdner, Toledo. P. Zemonsky, San Francisco. L. Jones, Newport. Ktta Cooper, Kingston. Geo. H. Tnlbort, Oregon City. W. W. Avery, Portland. George Dorcas, Portland. W. B. Edwards, Portlnnd. J. L. Harper, Tho Dalles. L. Chrlsman, The Dalles. Sim Llndser. F. Shlban, Portland. Henry Serr, Portland. Salem. D. O. Stevenson, Portland. A. C. Smith, Salem. James L. Lindsay, Heber, Utah. Earl Balls, Soda Springs, Idaho. James Proctor, Ocean View. Earl Proctor, Ocean View. B .F. Craft, Kennett, Cal. Mrs. B. G. Kraus, New York. Roy Bryant, Sheridan. All church buildings in this coun ty will hereafter be taxed, if they are used for any other purpose than pub lic worship. This will especially ap ply to churches which are used for secular purposes, such as concerts, lectures, entertainments and the like for which an admission fee is charged County Assessor B. D. SIgler is Is suing notices to pastors of all churches In the county to that effectJ He declares this action is taken IM accordance with the state law, which says that all houses of public wor ship shall be exempt from taxation when used exclusively for public worship or for schools, but when used for other purposes they shall be taxed upon the cash valuation there of the same ns. norsonal property, I and the taxes shall be collected in the same manner as taxes on person al property. Assessor Slgler's attention was re cently called to the situation. Here tofore all church buildings and their furnishings and lots on which they were situated were expmpt because it was generally understood that they were used only for public wor ship. Recently the nractico of hold ing entertainments in tho churches nnd collecting ndrnlBsion feos has been widespread. In many instances operatic performances havo been given in churches. It Is said that owners of theatres and halls have objected to the ex emption of churches. They do not think it fair to thorn, and they have to pay taxes nnd maintain their buildings, to permit church organiza tions, which pay no taxes, to rob the mof their business. Asessor Slglor has determined to Place them all on tho same footing. If the churches open their doors for such entertainments, taxes will be exacted. If such practices are not al lowed in the- churches, no assess ment ori tho property will be made. Ho has' no objection to entertain ments in churches if no admission fee is exacted. "I only desiro to be Just," said he today. " i think it no more than right for churches to pay taxes it they are rented for purposes of pub lic entertainment." nonx. BURTON. At tho famlfv hTT East State street, to Mr. and Mrs H. W. Burton, Thursday, July c 1906, a 10 4-pound son. Take Care of Your Dog Clayton's Dog Medicine is the Best. Endorsed by those who know. We have a fine line of Dog Collars and can please you in quality and price. "&& XmJLilMsAWWmXWwk mmtFi