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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON TUESDAY, ATBIIi 80, 1007.
).Hgi4HQK9HQH0KONQNl0H0HQHOH0lK'& CROMWELL'S HOUSES. Scoff s Emulsion strengthens enfeebled nursing mothers by increasing their flesh and nerve force. It provides baby with the necessary fat and mineral food for healthy growth. jj ALL DRUaOISTSl 50c. AND $1.00. , VA& ?LW W7 'W&ffl 12f7 rflSmmmmW ffiktim? wr 'i c Hardwood Floors In Cans An Accident Thnt Hcfrll the Protec tor In Hydo Park. Spread them on your old loors wlih a good brush, and have an up-to-date recepdonv room, dining-room, hall or ptr!of. Natural wood finish, tough, elastlcajdjkrabl$., Varno-Lac a......!.. ImIh. tt ffrtA HJAflrl. m.. 9lM Ml4 YtA .J.MJ. lAtfWliy iiiiuaiw mi iiiiv wvvwv, mu uiaiivi huh win uiu uiiaivi to bo stained. The only article made that requires no skill t0( produce good results. Avoid disappointment by remempcrlnt to ask for Varno-Lac. Aetna .Whlit LniJU CotorJPorkDetrdt7MI$Il irnmmm GEO. B. JACOB FRONT AND PINE STREETS. NORTH SALEM, Phono 10I. m ROSTEIN & GREENBAUM'S PRICES ON STAPLES HAVING IIOUOIIT HEAVY llKVOUH THE TREMENDOUS AD VANCEH IN WIIOLKSAIjE COST, WE ARE AIILE TO DUPLICATE ALL rOHMIMt I'UICES. Uonvy twilled idilrtlug. . . .10c yd Cnllro, largo lino rc yd DrcHB glnghniu S l-3oy.t Checked linen toweling. . . ,l)c yd Ilcuvy DnlHy cloth lOcyd Fancy hiwnu, G, 10, 12c yd Host unblenchod niuiilln 8 l-3cya Medium weight numlln. .7 Mc yd Hoot blenched muslin .... 10c yd Modlum weight ihuhIIii. .74cyd Standard oil cloth 18c yd Wldo coruot covor oinby. .2Gc yd Foncy cotton milting ....10c yd Turkish towolB unbloa .. 10c each Turkish towola largo blcn lGc each 2 dot. Reed penrl buttonu ....Go Chlldrou'u umlorshli'ta lGc Lnrtlen' hunvy gray hoso . .lOcpr Children's heavy black Iioho 10c pr Clilltlrcn'a novor wear out lose ICopr Children lnco hoso 23c pr $2,2 G corduroy pants for man S1.G0 2.00 wool pants for mon..J1.40 $1.35 Cotton pants for mon $1.00 $1.25 cotton panto for tnon 00c UoyB' short panta 25o Hoyn' long pants 4Go Men's gray ovoralls 7Go Men's black nnd whlto shirts 40c Mon's nogllgco Bhlrts 4G nnd GGc "As Cromwell rose In power nnd rnnk his lovo of horses began to be more consplclous," says n writer In Blackwood's. "When he started from London In 1C49 to reconquer Trolnnd ho went forth In that stntc and equip ago as tho like hath hardly been seen, himself In tho coach with six gallant Flanders mnros, reddish gray." In 1GGG, when tho Spnnlsh ambassador took his leave of the lord protector, Cromwell sent him "his own conch of six white horses" to convoy him to and from Whitehall "Cortaln It Is," adds tho nnrrator, "that none of tho English kings had ovor any such." Tho protoctor wns not much of a whip, however. In 1C54 tho count of Oldonhurg sent Cromwell a pros ont of six horsos, nnd tho protector's anxiety to make trial of tholr qual ity led to his well known ndvonturo In Ilydo park. On Friday, September 29, ho wont with Secretary Thurloe and some of his gentlemen to take nlr In the park, ordered tho b! horses to be harnessed to his coach, put Thurloe InBldo of It nnd under took to drlvo himself. "Ills high ness," snid a letter from tho Dutch nmbnsaador, "drove pretty hnnd somoly for some time, but nt laBf, provoking those horses too much with tho whip, they grow unruly, whereby his highness was flung out of tho conch box upon tho ground. Ills foot getting hold In tho tacklnr, ho was carried nway n good while In that posturo, but at Inst ho got his foot clear and so came to oscapo. Ho was prosontly brought homo and let blood and nftor somo rost tnkon Is now well ugaln. Tho socrotnry, be ing hurt on his nnklo with lenping out of the coach, hath boon forced to keep his chnmbor hlthorto nnd boon unlit for nuy huslnoss." Tho royallHt Scroggs, nftorward chief JiiHtlce, writing of this incldont, hoped that tho next fnll would be from a cart hinting nt tho gallows. As to Cromwell's vlows on the burn ing question of horso racing It is dif ficult to nrrlvo at a posltlva conclu sion. Ills constant aim wns to pos sess as many good horses as ho could nfford. Whether ho entered his horsos for rncos or had tho satis faction of owning a winner history does not say. mm will . Jjljp Wmmww ImmMmm ' 4Heb '"'iiiiliiiinii) BOYS i"r a ouy inis picture is irom a photoerani, ftt Bennett, of Fort Waynen?wh!S "I earned mv watch In !. n,, waoit68'. E have arranged with one of the bcslwiM, r H world for a large supply of excellent w ches S k order that wc intend to cive ahinli,ti,. ; nes Me to, I itr" :""."' "C W Our I.. " H ome Maoazinh. Wc can afford to civc 2u? tew subscribers to The Home MaSa2 t anably become old ones. ' Dw tsi. u mv waicn in losn Hi.. .... i. hcilltv. r.rnnrtnr, cn., I. l".V." f" nUr. III., tetur'tlm. thunrhl,, lirSkSj A REMARKABLE OFton w for The Home Magazine. to secure new scribers invaria n onrli KrkW wlir will cni..1 .. l one dollar each, or four new six monVSSl each, ,wc will send one of these watches ABSOLUTPi vT1 charges prepaid. t,ul,1'YFRp These beautiful watches are stem-wind pendant M some nickel case. They are accurate timckecncr a! v i I panicd by a warranty for one year. They arc not che & any way, but arc good enough for any one. eaP rxtcfcej ia j x.uy tuuiycui- uuy tan cnsny cam one of these watch I i hours' work. We will send sample copies of The Home V mi anu a icucr oi instruction, witnout charge, to anvbovwhATI1 them this month. Address ,"lDOywhojwMj- THE BOBBS-MERRILrC0MPANY Publishers : INDIAWAPOUS.JBDluJ ROSTEIN & 240-246 Commercial St. GREENBAUM Salem, Oregon Oregon Official Dates RSMH 1 W iS-H dffl B. Itallrond CoiumlNfllon Dntcn. Itogulnr mootlngs on first and third Tuesday of each month. May C Hoarlng of Travollng Mon'B Association. imnniiiiiHii H-nMt TRANSFERS IN REAL ESTATE I 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH Tho following dt'Ods have boon placed on record in tho olllcu of tho Marlon county rocordor; Sllvortuu I.odgo No. 45, A. V. & A. M. to A. 13. Wrlghtnum ot nl, land In Bllvorton, w d. J1000 Win. J. Jnoksoii, by shorlff, to O. II, TniHlc, 11.17 aeroti In Marlon county, deed...... 035 M. S. Poohnor ot ux to Geo. Zolglur, lot 7 and S, Mouk 3S town of nervals, w d., .100 ChrlHtluu Krlckoy to Sunn llngor, land In Salm, n c d. 300 H. J. llonrn ot nl to Krancts I). Murphy, lots 7, 8, 0 and 10, blook 2, Jufforson, a o d.. 231! J. h. llrwu ot ti to Martha J. Htalgor, laud In Homtugton addition to Woodhum, w d. 1200 D. O. Smith et al to Tho llluok Kaglo Mining & Milling Co., mining olnliu, qoJ 1 Ooo. W. lluroh ot nl to Willis It. Gregory, w o no W, boo No 33. t 7 8, r 1 o, w d. GOO Mllos howls ot ux to J. Q. Mc Klunay ot ux, V4 noro I'holps addition Sllvurton, w d.... CC0 Goo. A. leudlaton to Sarah Pundluton, 50.14 naras, t -1 8, r 2 w, w d 1 Sarah A. l'ondluton to Geo. A. Pomllototi, 5G.lt ncros, t 4 8, r 2 w, w d .......... . 3 Geo. A. 1'ondloton to M. H. IVmlloton. 21.42 noros, t 4 s, r 2 w, w d 1 D. W, MoKny et ux to Orlou Thomas. 25 noros, t C 8, r I w, w d 900 John Vanttlo et ux to Levi Sandor, 55.C25 ncres in s'oc 12, t b, r 2 w, q o a.,.. 45 A, H. Yerke to Levi Sudn, 55.(525 acres In hoc 12, 19 b, r 2 w, q o d 45 13. and K. Hrnngnrd to hovl Haudor, 55,025 acres In hoc 12, t 9 s. r 2 w, it cd 45 J. P. Fan os ot ux to O. h. Holt, , lot I. block 10, Mill City, also 1 aero In sue 29, t 9 s, J. W. llellamy ot ux to William Ntuiao ot ux, lots 1 to 7 nnd 20-21 nnd 22, Snlom Gnrdon road fruit ruct (4S.57 acros) w d 5500 Star Inind Co. to a K. Miller, ot ux, 4 acros, t 6 s, r 3 w, q c d 1 J. II. lllatt at ux to Margaret Morris, lot 24, south Mala Rtrout Sllvurton, w d 900 J. M. Ilrowu ot ux to V. U. houghinlllttr, lots 2 and 3, hlook 0, J. M. Ilrowii's addi tion Sllvorton, w d 300 J. N. Kolvun ot ux to JI. 13. livnus, lots No. 2 and 3, hlook 0, Ilrown's addition Sllvorton, wd 1600 ' -o 'Pneumonia's Deadly Work Had bo seriously affected my right lung," writes Mrs. Funnlo Connor, ot Uurunl Uouto 1, Georgetown, Tenn.. "that 1 coughed continuously night and day and the nolghbors' prediction consumption seemed Inevitable, until my husband brought home u bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery, which In my case proved to bo tha only real cough cure and restoror of weak, Boro lungs." When all other romodlos utterly full, you may stlh wlu In the battlo against lung und throat toubles with Now Discovery, tho real euro. Guaranteed by J, O Perry, druggist. 50c and $1.00. Trial bottlo free. Educational Kvents. "CorvnlllB, May 2, rogonts Stato Ag ricultural collogo to select prosldont. Fossil, May, S, 9, 10, county Insti tute. Snlom, July 1, 2, 3, Stnto Educa tional Association. Los Angolos, July 8-12, National Educational Association. o Don't Put OIT For tomorrow what you can do to day. If you put on buying a bottle of Dullard's Snow Llnlmont, whon thnt pain comos you won't havo any, buy a bottlo today. A positive cur. for Hhoumatlsm, Burns, Cuts, Sprains, Contracted Muscles, etc. T. S. Graham, Prairie Grove, Ark., writes:, "I wish to thank you for tho good results I received from Snow Llnlmont. It positively cured mo of Rheumatism after others had failed." Sold by D. J. Fry. TU Crisis. Once to ovary man and nation comes the uiomont to decide, In tho strlfo of Truth with False hood for tlm good or ovll side; Somo groat causj, God's nsw Mes siah, offering often bloom or blight, Parts tho boats upon th left hand, and tho shoap upon tha right And tho oholco bow by forovsr. 'twlxt that darkness and that light. James Uussoll Lowell. Le Hoy Kerns, after visiting In this city, returned to Kugono, whoro ho !a Uklng u courso tu tho Unlvorslty of Oretou, Unllnrtls llorchound Syrup. Immediately relievos hoarse, croupy cough; oppressed, rattling rasping nnd difficult breathing. Henry G. Sterns, druggist, Shullsburg, Wis., writes, May 20, 1902: "I have been selMng Dullard's Horehound Syrup for two years, and havo never had a preparation that has given better satisfaction. I notice that when I sell a bottlo they come back for more I can honestly recommend It." 25c, 50c and $1.00. Sold by D. J. Fry. Dandon will celebrato the Fourth. J. A( Doak, a pioneer ot Coos county, died April 31, BARGAINS." Sourcc of lh,i! ' m In Real Estate Farms and city property for snle by Hadcllff Co. 5-room modorn cottngo, on enr lne. This proporty is offered at a sacrifice. Prlco $1050. Easy terras Modorn cottngo of five rooms, nil plumbed nnd wired, good woodshed lot 75 by 150 foot, septic tank. Prlco $1500. Nino room house, plastered, clos ets, pantiy, basement, septic tank. nnrn sox.i4. woousneu iax--. -m vfm ,)0 fouml by ovory lady ln placo Is throo blocks from court Jncob Vogt.8 Bnooai Fir8tt0f nil houso. Prlco $2025. thoy ftr0 extromoiy elegant In stylo; 3 acres In city limits, all ln Logan- BCCond( thoy flt norfectIy nnd nttori borrlcs. Prlco $1200. Easy terms thQ Brentlllt amount of comfort; 2 acres, now 5-room houso, now th,n,t thoy nro beautfully finished, barn, two blocks from cnrllno, good nnd fourUj thoy ftro abaoIutoiy the fruit. Prlco $1050. . moA doalrnblo Bhoca mnd0, and will 10 acres all In cultivation, good 5- koop tho,p Bh untn worn out fruit, well fenced, 2 Vi miles from Salem. Prlco $1800. ' 8 u acros, i h in fruit good houso, 99 State St. Salem, Oregon WUUUBUl'U UI1U CiUCKOn I1UUUU, X Yi ai:idii'i!.w ie--t; i. .I1l JACOB VOGT miles from Salotn. Prlco $1200 One-half cash balance at G por cent Interest. 80 ncros, G7 In cultivation, balance pacturc, 5-room houso, barn and other out-bulldlngs, good young fruit all crop, Implements nud stock goes with plnco, 4 mllos from Snlom. Prlco $8000. This 80 ncros has as good land ns any In Marlon county aud purchasers can got. good torms. 73 ncros all In cultivation, largo meats, stock nnd crops goes with woven wire, good woll and windmill, water forced through houso nud bnrn, one mllo from Shaw, all Imple ments, stnlk and crop goes with plnco. Prlco $5000. 55 acres, 35 In cultivation, bal ance pnsturo, now 7-room house, largo barn, IS acres of hops, 7 mllo? from Salem. This Is one of IIowoll Prairies host farm. Prlco $110 por ncro, reasonnblo terms. Sovoral Iioubos for rent. Cnll If you want anything In Insurance or notnry work. RADCLIfF CO., Reliable Agents Room 11, Moores block, Salem, Oro Reforonce, nuy bnuk or buslnest houso ln tho city of Salem. f CTJgr. Recently Enlirjtd KITH ' fn( ma. wiJl ? Wrw Gasettoer of thoWtriMl 'um'i-'t:.a,i:5,('tlUU3,UlBCl ..in -i iviniy iviuru. N'i'vIJloi:raphlcalDlellml roNliilnin'rt onimrfriTTlJlita 1 . .1 vifi ',t'tiiL,m l.liMlt.-r".iu:r.lin.wa. Ui.i.i.'iM.it(jCvaiUiUuotr(i!Cik&l 2380 Quarto Paj f.Vwr- k t.X)Iuunliru Ublyl Needed in nvcryHo nJi.cr'CilJcliIrWnka-j I' 11. ti. JUwa nera'.ar Linlon ti'Ji ,kuilUk DiL.LwiMa j r -4H1 - t '''V' ! tlr 3 Itl'lhDINd A IKH'SK. Wo can supply you with the him bor you noed at a price that will mn tornl'ly econonilzo In the cost Jus como and soo us and look ovor on; yards. liOODALIC l.t'MHKU CO., ( ViinN Ni-ur nc Ylii. , A.AU'- uinWfol O.OC MERRtAMCO, Publ.alicra, aprlB(Hili,NM.I FOR SAID 22 acres of the finest Usi I lompralrle, lino I3O0O keu,l . .... t...lMlnn t!e3l uarn nnu uui v -- - r...i, nniv iu mllMfroatltjl This Is ono of the tot lJ Mnrlon county. ForprlMW Derby & W OCT. Co. -STEAMERS CAPITAL COMMISSION 267 Commercial St CO Phone 179 Cash Purchasers of Poultry, Eggs, and All Farm Produce. PU.MO.NA Ml OUKUO.NA LKAV'h PDUTliAXI) MOMl.W, VVKDMCS lAV ANU FH1DAV AT 10 A M rUlMDAV, THUltSDAY AND SATIHDAVB AT tl:O0 A M. Kl' COUVAL1S TUKSDAY, TIIUHSDA1 AM) SATl'ltnAY ABOUT O P. P. M. BALDWIN, Agt. DR. KUM Wonderful CHIN6E I Will treat jroa "'4,f' toU cuff an UK" "" t jffl . .n M Dr Kuro w koowi ,. . hit eared BMJl aa.em. -- v . . k 1 people here " "' -fi lor i j" ,it(P .tk Uf " . ...w. hit tt oatarro. - - . igm UMl'.ri!.Mti.NC;iib'lAUhi. Dally except Sunday. Leaves Wil lamette Hotel, Salem at 3 p. m., con met with motor for Monmouth ano Dallu at 6:16 p. in Leuvei hide pendence al 8 a. m. Phone Mali 179 RALPH DUDLONQ. Manager 1 Gold Dust Flow Forswrly almpson's SUblft. Up-to-dato livery snd cb lis Fuitral turaouta s ipeclslty. Tally ko for plcsics aad excoraloM. Pom H. OHAS. W. YANNKK, Pip Mad by THB SYDNEY POW ,. Is COMPANY, 84da, Oregon. ! o TncFasliion Stables1 1 Mada io famI1y UM- A9kr ' if "c or it. Bras and ihorti j I,, alwuys ob hand. P. B. Wallace AGENT lwitiaiMtt ie. ik - tf...- m.li !?" ...1 t.mnU UOtblti rrsr tnooiau, PfrMM l0 ' blank, ww " r,ll from 1 DX.KUM,'," . ,i Mt i" 161 Soutb J"P " MEALS 1 ATT" Sale.. 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