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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, 8ALKM, nnPCOS. FMDAV, 3IAKCII 8, 1007- SC CAPITAL JOURNAL'S EDITORIAL ' ' ll PAGE 3HOFERv BROS. Pffefahers an? Proprietors THE JOUItN'AL STANDS FOK PnOOHEBS, DEVELOPMENT, GOVERNMENT. AND NO DEGRADED LAIJOR. GOOD CHANT OF A WANDERER. (Hortrand W. Sinclair Jm Tho Ilobomlan for March.) Onco I lined to rldo on rotitil-uii whero tho bunchgrnss waves and glistens In Uio sunshine, when tho south winds mutter low, "Whoro tho sago Is gray forevor, whore tho coyoto sits and UstonB For tho trmapllng hoofs that ovor como and bo. &nt I ttrod of ondloss prnlrlos, of the baked, brown, barren rldgos, Whoro n scoro of bobbing riders look Just llko so many midges; Orow to dread tho first light fall of winter snow. SoZflrow my sunimor's wages, quit tho Diamond In Boptombor, Bnld tho boss, "Old boy, yuh won't bo long awoy. JV7& when youh got enough of it I want yotili to romember That your plnco Is hero and waltln' ovory day.') 1311 3 my rldlng-rlg and horses say, that last transaction hurt mo, 12nr I'd had thorn many season's, Wished somobody'd up and quirt mo Took a drink and took tho train nnd wont astray. GEER OMITS FULTON In Editorial Headed "A Complete Delegation." 2Rnmbled East nnd camped In elites whoro tho clanging street-cars rattle Down man-mado canons, twonly storlcB high, Whoro tho crush of moving humans boats n mill of frclghtcned cattle; Stood alone, and watched u human flood sweep by. "Wandered up and down through cities, not a soul to stop and greet mo, dialling (grangers, In my loncsomcnosH, that didn't enro to moot mo (Often wished I wax n girl, so I could cryl) So It's mo for distant rangen, far boyond tho Mississippi, (Thank tho Lord I'vo got tho coin to pay my faro!) ' "Whoro n hearty wolcomo wnltH mo, whoro tho folks ulu't doltar-dlppy, Whoro thoro'fl room to niovo and broatho, and somo to sparo, 'Whon tho big, spring round-up gathors, on a cool, swoot-contcd morning, JXi u camp among tho ungo-brush that tho Bun's first bonniB aro warming; You can bet your lHt, lono dollar I'll bo tfiorol Has High Praise for All the Otter Members From Oregon. -0- MH. HARRIMA.VH VIEWB. Most Important was Mr. Hnrrlsuian'H elatomont of. his Ideas as to what ftrnannor of legislation should be had, In order to adjust tho prosout rail rrond complication. , Ho earnestly advocated tho orontlou of a situation In whloh rnllroads wight bo nporatcd at tho least coat, nnd WITH TUB LEAHT PURLIO JNI GOVERNMENT RHHIfiTANOE. Ho thought that tlioro should bn law to allow railroads to establish iinresorvod rolatlous among thumsolvos. Ho said that tlioro wore not two thousand nilloa of rond In tho country Chat woro not competing, nnd ho hoped that tho duy would como when lens opposition would bo established, and whan that day onmnthero would bo lower rntos mid hlghor wagos, and a bettor feeling nil around. Tho Sherman nutl-lrust law prohibiting all combinations In Intorstnte trndo compelled tho rallrondH to adopt muthods by which uompollng rail roads could bo put In "franker," moro open, and satisfactory relations to each olhor. Ho urged very strongly that a law should bo pasnod parmlttlng tint rnllroads to outer Into ruasouablo iigroajnonUi nnd contracts with oaoh other, 8UIUH0T TO Till HHOULATIO.V OF FEDERAL AUTHORITV. Moreover, hu referred to tho fact that Provident Roosevelt In his last moHsngo suggested this some thing. Tho Altlrlali bill hH pained nnd will litoom A LAW OP THE LAND IN BHOET OHDHIt. !y many strong ftnanelHl writer ami currency experts, tills bill Is not looked upon hb nu adequate Million of the perplexed ami complicated currency lAHgle. CURRRNCV HIR'OIIM, LIKE AIiIi OTIIIIR RIIPORMS. .MUSI1 PRO. imwt hu)vi,v. lint we all most admit that It la a Bleu la the right direction. l'libtir MHtlntat la tit real fore whloh dictate ike law of our laad. ifliul there ihhiI be a vaat doal of education of the nubile oh the eurrttier problems before ml mmiHrea will ba ped by our Igllatnre toward liermnnent reform of tht ourruy. o TIIH COUNTRY IIAN'IC, Tho opening ot a Slate bank at Independent Is a matter of more than turning Important. This la tho fourth of this kind of tanks that ha bMii oilo.T.HI IN ."WESTHRN ORHGQN Til It PAST TIIUUII YltARS, All have becoiue strong liiitltfcUoM Ik thalr looalltltc mul have paid tho tdoekholdora dividend from tho start. Thure la no batter olasa of InveatmeHUi today than itoak Ih a wall inanngwl hank. 8TO0K IN TMIISII. HANKS SOON COMMAND A PRH 311 UM. These bnuka nrtt conducted under tna atnto oorporutlou law, and hu(i tho wnldnp of the paopla on nrcowat of Ik tmnraetar of th man who m titttcora and atoalholdurs. Thui- hIo Insplro oouildonoti from thalr mathads ot dolnc buMiuw for tht rommuulty encouraging nil lOKltlnintH OHtwprUiw nlnng sound busU m Una and TIWOINO Will TIMil'UOOUKKH OV TIIK COMJtUNITY IN WIIIUII TIIKY IK) IIPSINHMH. That kind ot a country bank I a IiIamIuk to any town or olty. It U not lueroly an absorbeut. but, by urgnnUik! capital, It la able to form n uow bnsl for tho tlnaudal utrongtH of tho whole community. Thou atalo banks aro all orgnnUmt so that.ttuvy will at onco STItlOT 1,V COMPLY WITH WIIB NIJW HTATK 1IANKIN0 IW, ni that law Is framtit on sound bHataoM prlartpla. ad Uimc doaa not lutarforo with Bood buk. Smiles Tho ltMiHo olty council lm oo Owd WlUtuni'tu street pnl from Ui BoulhafH Paoltlo diot to Hlov MtU sirtHH. , 'o riuoiutrauco. llltu JlOtlo, too BomvthtHg wronff up thrt Kalwm shovld od Utatn a t&vt aldw-utou. Tkn labor otmutMlQHor must Hty VI far. That ts awful. Wo look ffor au lmm4tal wlsuntlo of that sRlc4al. t)( eour. N J. udttb, In tls A- Horlan, doos nol tfor to his old frlR(t Dvoy in, this: "regulation h ba nv?dited by microbe, but fctfetto l a. htw way to cultivate tho "fclaWtaH ot vusla)tH.M Dr. I. I). Driver, of Turnout. In Portland, said: "Thro Is not a da of mou In nil tho unlvarso of 0UI "rappe to ocoupy tho (Dally Pendleton Trlbuno.) For tho first tlmo In sovoral yoars Orogon has two United States sena tors and two roprosontatlvcs in tho lowor houso of congress. Yesterday, Jonathan Dourno bocamo tho Junior United Stntcs senator, Willis C. Haw ley roprcsoutatlvo from tho First dis trict, und William It. Ellis from tho second. Tho caroor of Mr. Dourno has boon not only unlquo, but nt times totn postotiH. Ho camo to Oregon a young man sovornl years ago, with a for ttmo loft him by his father, and has slnco engaged In mining operations In different parts ot tho Btnto, though principally In oastorn Oregon. Min ing bus boon his chlof occupation whllo politics has been his diversion It was through tho latter moans that ho ban boon a fnmlllnr figure, porBonnlly, nrotind tho loglstntlvo ns sombllos for llftoon yoors, and by rop utatlon to tho people- ot Orogon. Jonathan Dourno Is a man of fear less Impulsou nnd undortnkos a cam paign with the determination of win ning, though his offortB hnvo genor ally boon fntturos, after succoetllng In Impressing on tho minds ot the victors that somothlng had "boon do ing." Ono of his succossob was tho "lipid up" of tho loglslatlvo bossIou of 1897 nt which tlmo Sunator Mitch oil was a enndldnto for ro-voloctlnn, nnd for some nllogod Inlldollty to Dourno, who wns a mambor of. the houso, a bolt was organized whoso objoet was to block tho organization of tho houso and thus prevent tho election of n senator. Tho effort wns siiuooaoful, assisted at all tliiiM by W. S. U'lUn. of ClBok amaa county, who whs also ti member of tho houso, and 11. U.' Dnrclay, of Marlon. The oud of the soaalon ciuno ami no organisation, of tho houao, no lotTlalatlon of any kind nor any so- ator oloetod. It haa novar boon uollovod that tho orlflHal iHtOHtlou of tka mon who rafuaod to i iHto an oraanli tlon on Uie start to prolong the mut ter until tho aomlou tormlnntod, nut one negiin. mere Hmd no tlmo when It could be nbaudouad without auarlflclng tho object sought, and thoso ungngad In It soon found there who no place to let go. Thero wns novor any JiMtlilcatlnu for this proceeding that could be do feuded, though IU pariMMM suceod otl and Mitchell waa kept out ot tho senate for four years on nccount of It and his sonl was vaoant for nearly two eam. Dot time ovens most things up In polities and although tho publlo filings agulnst the load ora or tho movoinont, and more ospo olall) agulnst Dourno. was Intense ou tho part 0 Mitchell's supporters, so romarkabto a transformation occur red that within Just ten years from that political flnsea Its chlot taovor was himself elected to tho senate for a full torm, whllo three thousand miles away. Tho man who would Uve,Uen rt rooklota ton years ago as to predict auoh a possibility would have boon suspected ot approaching paresis. Hut polities has always been noted for Its faolllty In Induelag Incongru- same known among admiring friends as tho tall sycamoro df the Waldo Hills, and called by a Salem undertaker In a county campaign, Timothy TIcklebreechcs Tow Shirt, that Sena tor Chas. W. Fulton hna developed Into somo pumpkins In tho national congroscs. llo had tho nervo and ability to tako a fall out of tho darling of the oastorn politicians, Senator Uevorldge, and rofralned not to nuncturo tho armor of tho redoubt- ablo Secretary Hitchcock full ot holos. Ho was cvon able to knock tho tar out of Sonator Aldrlch's Standard Oil amendment to tho de natured alcohol bill In tho Interest of tho farmors. Now as tho ardent champion of tho farmers tho tall ox govornor should not havo overlooked this performance of tho senior sena tor. To say nothing of tho matter, that Senator Fulton, almost unaided and nlono on tho dolegntlon tho past six months has boon nblo, with tho feeble co-oporntlon of Congressman Hormann, who Geer say3 la a whlto chip, to pull out noarly four million dollars for tho rivers and harbors of Orogon, his nnmo should bo omitted from "a comploto dologatlon." Wo meroly mako this suggestion In tho Interost of harmony nnd In order that Sonator Fulton nnd his friends may nol fool agrlevod nt being overlook ed In a count ot tho Influontlnl Oro gon polticnl assets. Kd. Journal. BARGAINS In Real Estate Ileal ostnto will advance, buy now Wo nro offering you buys that will pay you to Invostlguto. Throe-fourths aero ot lino rich land, a now 7 room houso, nil mod ern; good fruit of all kinds, good well, chlckon yard; locatod in East Salem. Seo Itadcllft Co. for prlco. Sue this before you buy: Ton room house on Court, 12S foot frontago by 1G0 feet deep, close In. Prlco seo Itndcllff Co. Modorn cottngo of flvo rooms, nil plumbed and wired, good woodshed, lot 76 by 1B0 fout, aoptlc trank. Price flfiOO. Nino room house, plastorod, clos ets, pantiy, baatmont, soptlo tank, bam SOxS-l, woodshed 18x22. This place Is three blocks from court houao. Prlco $SG2ft. Seven acrea all In cultivation, good house and barn, plenty of good fruit. This place la oh a good crushed rook road SVfc miles from Sulem. Price U00. Ten acre all In cultlratlon. good live room house, barn and woodshed, oml mlxod fruit, well fenced, 7 acre In oaU. Xtt miles from Sa lem. Price $1900. ICJghty acres; CT In cultivation; 13 In imatHr aad timber; 30 acres iu wheat aad cheat; 7 acres In clover; 6 room house, good bum and grnn nry; 4 hones. 6 head of cattle, hogs, ohlckena; S wagoas. S sot ot harness. uu impietticHla, bay, grain, etc. Price IS000. Several houses for rent. Cull if you want anything In Insurance or notary work. RADCLIFF CO., Reliable Agents Itoom 1 1 . Moor block, Salem, Ore. Reference, any bank or business house In the cit of Sulem. tho uulvorso of tho Almighty who aip In greater danger ot otoraal damna lieu than tho prcuuher." Aronrdlag to the dootor. they are reapoHtiblo (or moro ousscdn than aay ohq eUe. Thoro hi no class ot mea who should do lea sooldlntr than tka mln. litem Albany Democrat. Dr. Drlr r i rainer naru oa mo miumeriai broth rea. CASTOR I A T laJut &b4 CttlaVfA, Tsst tki Ym HHi laWMat ijiW (ZMfffx&t leVelAVtf tarsal couoh. and tho election of Jonathan Hourae has bea a slgaal IlioHratloa of how It Is done. He won the sen aUtrshlH in na open fight under the primary law and won It talrly. While not a puWIa sinrnker. Jona than Dourue Is a man or treataadous eaergy, highly educated aad aaibltl. ou. Tho Tribune beatsr t. win mako a wost offlcloat seaator and that his record as outlined Uy his votes oa publlo questions will be on tho aldo ot thete call tho "com mon ieoplo.M Ho won his succor by a direct appeal to tho electors and wo bolloro ho will prove an active aad faithful public servaat. Headquarters for Meats. Meat-eaters who aro over-partlcu-lar la their choice of beef, mutton lamb, veal nnd pork are, invited to como and oxaiulao our meats, it U tho critical that we cater to those It could cot have eicaiHHl the ob- rvattoa ot Ks-Gov. Owr, otherwUe j Ifjjr wTBHaBVaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBie Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable fay Kitae and Bladder Trouble. Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, discouragcsandlcsscnsambition; beauty, vigor nnu cuecriui. ncss soon disappear when thekidncysnrc out of order or dis eased. Kidney trouble has become so prevalent that it is not uncom mon for a child to be born afflicted with " weak kidneys. If the childurinatestoooftcii.ifthe urine scalds the flesh, or if, when the child reaches an sgc when it should be able to control the passage, it is yet afflicted with bed-wetting, depend upon it, the cause of the diffi culty Is kidney trouble, and the first step should be towards the treatment o these important organs. This unpleasant trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys nnd bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose. Women as well as men are made miser able with kidney and bladder trouble, ....1 imtii tired the same creat remedy. The mild and the immediate effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold by druggists, in ntty ccnt and one-dollar size bottles. You may have n sample bottle by mall free, also n Horn of Bwmmp-Root, pamphlet telling all about Swamp-Root, including many of the thousands of testi monial letters received from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer & Co., Dinghatntoii, N. Y., be sure and mention this paper. Don't make any mistake, bat remember the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the nd dress, Diugharuton, N. Y., on every tattle. Wild Rose Flour Thla Is our high grade brand of flour Biiltablo for nil pur poses. Out of It you can mako tho lightest loaf bread and also th finest pastry. It Is giving hotter satisfaction than ever this year and Is without a doubt tho best family flour on tho mnrkot. Give it a trial when you want flour again. At All Grocers House Cleaning Time lW IflM fill s i akfN STafcHI BBBBBBk 5 12 Z V- i bbbbbbbVh i a Wad F Tho season f .. houso and who i i. j .. lv ,, .. , your plumbing put h J? " " "ming wrong in nlnna r n . - ' oxporlcnced mon to put u j, , A. L. FRASI 258 Bute Stmt. Phono 133. ."V M '-s Peter Piper's Sm Stolo tho pig and ran tm i It. Why steal meat n prices nro so low? Try u i convinced. K. C. I Phone 1201 370! ?.r-, irf?" ymivi B B B Oraer a packago of thla famous health and brain building flour and onjoy somo good old fashioned Now Kngland Drown Ilrcod. A chance at a right hot loaf will make you think you are In Boston. With Allon'a Self-rising 11. 11. II. FIohjt you can mnko bread Just like tho Puritans used to mako. 3-D Pancake Flour Is also a puro food; self- Trade rising and all ready to Mark mix with water and bake oa a hot griddle. ALLEN'S B B B FLOUR CO. Pacific Coast Factory, ga Joae, Cal. Eastern Factory, Uttle Wolf Mills, Maaawa, H. From rafts to m the u& Is usod In th? banddnr sl of our lumber, and alio m money. Come and see ui slout ?Jj GOOI)AI.i;UMBa . VardX OBBBv ,e4'BBBBBBBBBete--ABBBBBBBeL J. TPxmB i Spent wisely la the source ot muck satisfaction. "Why not spend a little of. It wisely now buyln groceries of usT quM,UWWeLaBdflCaf " h bSU Uwre & Bakff (uaiuia, ve aaadle oniv thA a.n-I a ... .. . ... est meats, aad wo guarantee it to ' oo icnaer aaa or flaa eating quality. Our prices aro by no means as high a tho quality, either. . P. A. KURTZ, Faoae sqs. 3T7 CokU PILES CHIED IN s TO 14 DAYS. PAZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed to cure aay case of ItckUr. BIta4, Bleedlor or ProtrudilR; Pile !a C Xi daya or vomer reCui44. m H. S. Gilc& Ci WfioleaaleGfoecrtW mission MciJ in h market t U dried fruit and fsrzs l kinds. SIECUL We htve for ! ' ' Ing and slicing bjmWbm; for a large dryer; l price. TicFasbioflJ ForaMdy Up-to-date II W7 ,j runeral turnonta fi ho for pieniM " ti 911 and Blt, ".ISm, Cut u aMKf!!S! &SI MaiTtua. &&V Afli4t UNITtO Mt8tCk- vvartJAJ I.VDEPK.W-'" 1 Dally except a,u, ,l9..1 lamette Hotet. " .j aecta vlth ootor w ji Dallas at :15 T IJ a4ece at -.Ht 17.