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DAILY CAPITA T, .TnTTflNAT SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1007.
ourtiair feedsCgre IS BAY MARSHAL ISYOUNG 01 BE 85 IN SEPTEMBER las a Kitten, Nothing to Do and ; Gcis Munificent salary of $5 Per Month ,rnns Day Hnrbor.) L.i.n ic nlwnya nn entrnnclr.R but It I" particularly beautiful hii tlmo of year, Empire nn. ho nnnenrance or uoiusumn s Ld rlUnse h"t without the In its streets. There nro no fcMlr weeds In tho Empire Its. On the contrary Its street Ike a closely clipped lawn which Limliv cow keeps well cropped. ft that picture of Emplro n homo- Ifural scene? t at this tlmo tho grass In the Lrelled streets Is a carpet of studded thickly with daisies irlolcts whlto and bluo. Somo L3havo yellow hearts and othon deen Pink. A yellow dnnde- protrudce Its head hero nnd t. nplro has the only domostlcntod Jcndron on tho bay, a plant ked by Mrs. McCollum from tho kt somo years ago and planted ler lawn. Standing ns It doos out he open where It gots tho suti- thls bush blooniB long boforo rorest brethren. Last Saturday las loaded with flowers and a n on the porch caught tho it: stealing around tho block Just feke a look nt this rhododendron Tho presence of a woman it good thing ns It saved the tier from tho temptations of log some of tho bloom. A worn li always of some account If It Inly to savo the other half ot enlty from a few sins. ; It eald that tho darkest day Is ibeforo the dawn. Surely Em has aeon Its darkest days. re Is cvldenco of rovtval on ovary A barber shop has oponed In Sogers corner and thoso unshorti of pioneers nro falling bofore ihtrp shears of a would-bo ton- u artist. John Potorson has d tho danger of a calm sea and lopened tho Hotol Arago, for 13 i tho hostelry of mlno host John E, Mr Peterson thinks ho can i the wind for a Bummor voyngo Invites ull tourists who llku if, dean, airy rooms a salt broozo ti good tnllo to como ovor and with him. nplro Is tho abodo of plonocn '11 IIHIIKHMUKI gam HHIA AYcccLUcPrcnarationforAs Stailati ti ifccToodflnfinetftilA- fcg ifcc trruxhs orelBowela of tw i l.i; Prcmol-s'Diiicstion.CIcerful - leSSan.lPpt rnnlalnc ruilhop OpaimjVk rp.ifne nor Mmcial. "OTAllCOTIC. tvfitfCXDr&XCaiWCWl SuJ' ApCrffflR mnlu rnrrnnillni. ton. Sou Stomjch.Diarrhoea. norms Aiilsions.Fcvcrish.- Rsar ji oss of Sleep. i-.-.ia Sgnature of &ALt&Cu UV YORK. UilCT wprorvRAivca. A little time devoted to the care of the hair works wonders. Just use Aycr's Hair Vigor, the new kind, systematically and conscientiously, and sec tho result. Stops falling hair, cures dandruff, makes the hair grow. Ask your doctor about this. W publlih the formnlti J.O. AyerCo.t U. Matt. ot nn our prepuraMont, X.owl old mon, wise acres, cnptallsts and poor but honest tollers. There are John Shnhan and Joo Pnlnier and Robert Shine, all hard workers, no body thinks. Shine may enrn h!s salnry when Elijah Smith comes out, but tho only busy men In town are John Shnhan nnd tho chief of po lice. William Klnhn complains that tlmosnre so dull that hocan't afford to mix a drink for himself any more nnd ho has stopped all tho county papors. Tho Harbor which for moro than two years had drawn loafers and trndo around a winter's stovu had also to bo Included In tho list. nut It Is with tho chief of police with which this nrtlclo mostly has to do. In tho palmy days when Emplro was the county sent and boasted a population of 800 souls and sovornl lawyers and editors It paid its cltv marshal n salary of $85 per month. Tho present city marshal hm fallen upon evil times indeed and were ho not possessed of n prlvnto Incomo from a chicken ynrd and vegetable garden ho would bo a sub ject for starvation or charity. The city pays tho marshal tho munincent stipend of $5 per month. And there is not a thing in the world In Em plro on which to work n graft. Tho youth and buoyancy of tho present Incumbent of tho marshnl'n ofllco nro oven more remnrknblo than Ills salary. Everybody colls Dad Smith and If ho lives till tho 30th day of next September ho will bo 85 yonrs old. You might tako him to bo no moro than 45, such Is tho rejuvonnt lng qualltlos of tho Emplro sen broozo. Pooplo novor dlo In Empire but they sometimes wither up nnd blow away. Jacob Smith was born In Now Jersoy. Whon ho ronchod tho ago of 70 ho decided to go west and grow up with tho country nnd land ed In Emplro. Shortly nftor his ar rival Emplro nuodlng a man of his activity and courngo for tho respon sible position of city marshal selected Dad Smith. Then enmo the hard times and Emplro begnn n policy of retrench ment until It had tho marshal's sn' ary to ton halves each calendnr. Dad Smith wns disgusted at first. It was nn Insult to tho dignity of position to mako tho remuneration so small nnd ho Informed the city council that thoy need not oxpect him to do any work. Uut this Butted tho city coun cil. Dad Smith has had no occasion to mnko nn arrest for moro than u year. Tho pooplo of Emplro aro law abid ing and If occasion ovor roqulros tiny lean on one nnothor going homo. Uut this Is not ofton If ovor. Dad Smith Is good for nnothor ten yoars at lonst and ho has n cinch on tho ofllco of city marshal. If tho chickens contlnuo to lay and tho peas to grow with a patriotism ho hns shown In tho past ho no doubt can GASTDRIA For Infants and Childron. The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use Over Thirty Years GASTORIA VMS 4rf mrMV, f. Bears the As A Signature $ XT M Y For manage to support the ofllco for It can't support him. Howevor, what need has Enipiro of a police ofllcor? Emnlro Is the preacher's Ideal of heaven, n placo of rost. nonco aud contentment. What more does a man want? To Collect Note. Mnry C. Wilson has filed proceed ings In department No. 1, of tho cir cuit court, to collect a noto alleged to havo been mndo In her favor by J. J. Fldlor and wife In 1904. Tho principle of noto Is set forth to bo U00 nnd no pnrt of which oxcopt $f has been paid. The plaintiff asks Judgment for $9S togethor with In terest and $50 for attorneys fees nnd costs of action. LAME EVERY MORNING. A Dad Hack Is Alwnys Worse In the Morning Salem People An? Finding Itvlief. A back that aches nil day and causes discomfort nt night Is usual ly worso In tho morning. Makes you feel as If you hadn't slept nt nil. Can't euro a bnd back until you euro tho kidneys. Donn's Kidney Pills euro sick kidneys mnko you feel bettor, work better, rest better and Bleep better. Permanent cures in Snlom prove tho merit of Bonn's. I. N. Illdgewny, with tho Oregon Nursery company nnd living nt 205 Commorclnl St., Salens Ore., unys: "I know I had kidney troublo bo cnuso thcro wero pains In tho small of my back and twinges whon I stooped or lifted, Even nt night the pains wero still there, and In tho morning I would nrlso lame and sore. I tired easily nnd felt languid and somotlmos was dreadfully nervous. Occasionally 1 had headaches nnd nt such times my sight would be blurred. Thcro was nlso a sediment In tho secretions. My oxporlonco proved that Doan'e Kldnoy Pills hnvo no superior for curing kidney complnlnt nnd baclc acho. Thoy aro Just tho thing ovory sufforer from theso troubles should uso. Nothing could hnvo suited my caso better. Thoy wont right to tho sent of tho troublo nnd completely rolloved mo. Donn's Kldnoy Pills hnvo my dndorsemont." For snlo by nil donlors. Prlco 50 cents. Fostor-Mllburn Co., Uuffnlo, Now York, solo ngonts for tho Uni ted States. Hcmombor tho nnmo Doans nnd tnko no other. -O- Ilenl lNtnto Transfers. Tho following deeds hnvo beon placed on record In tho olllco of tho Marlon county recerder: N. nnd M. FroroB to John a. Lnls, lots 1 and 2, block 6, Drown's addition Sllverton, w d $1250 W. T. nnd L. T. Rnmsdem to Hermnn Do Vrlos, 39.20 acres, t 7 s, r 2 w 2500 Geo. II. DunBford ot ux to W. T. Rnmsdom, lot 1, block 55, Salem, w d 2300 W. T. Kam8dom ot ux to Geo. H. Dunsford, lot I, block 22, Plonsaut Home nddltlon Sn lom, w d 500 Chas. D. Tlllflou tit ux to Nolllo L. TillBon, undivided 1-3 tu tor t In w Vi block 19, Uni versity nddltlon Salem, q c d 1000 Enstorn Invoatmont Co., Ltd., to J. J. Stohly, 1 ncro In sec 9, t 9 h, r lw, q o (1 1 A. M. McCormlok to C. A. Flshor et ux, lot 4, block 11, North Salem, w 1 2300 Star I-nnd Co. to A. C. 0d, lots 8 and 9, block 40, Sootts Mills, q o (1 1 Rosa Ilullor to Aiiboii nrooks, 20.14 ncros, t 7 s, r 1 w, w tl 950 II. C. nnd II. Ilrosslar to M. 8. Fuller, ot ux,lots5 nnd C, Fullor. at ux., lots 5 and G, dltlon Salem, w d 500 M. S. Fullor ot ux to II. O. Urosulor at ux, lot 1, Capital City Fruit furm, w d 1200 Lydla Llvosay to L. H. and If. Tt. Joyoo, V4 ncra, t B s, r 1 w, w d 1 M. McCrnskcy, ot ux., to Chas. K. Dnvla, 1C0 noros, hoc 24, t 9 s, r 4 i, w d E. M. Starr ot ux to A. Hunt), lot 9, block 81, Salem, q o rt 1600 fBO O ' lUnvaro of Olntin.-ti(H for Catarrh That Contain Mercury, us moroury will surely destroy th sonso of smoll and completely do range tho wholo system when enter ing it through tho mucous Burfue.8. Such articles should novor bo used oxcopt on proscription from rcputa- blo physicians, as tho damago ther will do Is ton fold to tho good you can. possmiy uorire irom mom Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O . contains no moroury, and Is takon In ternally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfacos of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure bo suro you get tho genulno. It Is taken Internally and znado In Toledo, Ohio, by F .J. Cheney & Co. Testimonial free. Sold by nil druggists. Prlco, 75c per bottle. Tako HaU'i Family Pills for constipation. Tho Blood Is Tho lift." Science has never gone beyond th abovo slmplo statement of scripture, Uut it has Illuminated that statement and given it a meaning ever broadening with mo increasing urcaain oi Knowieugo. When tho blood la hail or Imtitim H la not alono the body which suffers ; through disease, Tho brain' Is also clouded, Sun mind and iudcomont ars an evil deed or impuro ctly traced to tho Foul. Impure niDO'l Can.bc.mad-fluro hv tlm nn of I'll-. Pierce's .OoM-n Medical W?covrrvt .15 cuneho un,l ,vinni tho I'lwd th.tvlh curing, plmpks, blotches, eruptions and other cutaneous affections, as eczema, tetter, or salt-rheum, hives and other manifestations of Impure blood. In tho euro of scrofulous swellings, en larged glatnK open eating ulcers, or old sores, tli0"GnMon Medical Discovery "has performed the most marvelous cures. In cases of old sores, or open entlng ulcers, it Is well to apply to the open sores Dr. PIcrco's All-llenllng Salve, which po sees wonderful healing potency when used as an application to the sores In con junction with the use of "Golden Medical Discovery ns & blood cleansing consti tutional treatment. It your druggist don't happen to htivo tho "All-IIonllng Salvo" In sto-k, you can easily procure It by Inclosing fifty-four cents In postace stamps to Dr. R. V. Plerco, 003 Main St,, UulTnlo, N. Y., and It will como to you by return post. Most druggists keep It as well as tho "Golden Medlcat Discovery." You can't afford to accept any medicine of iniknotru cotiijhjkKIoii as a substitute for "Golden Medical Discovery," which Is a medicine, or known composition, having a complete list of Ingredients In plain English on Its bottle-wrapper, tho name, being attested as correct under onth. Dr. PIcrco's Pleasant Pellets regulate and Invigorate stomach, llvor and bowels. DANGER IS LURKING IN IT. Whon your bnthroom or lavntory Isn't fitted up with modorn sanitary plumbing. Sowor gau Is moro dan gerous In winter than In Bummor, bo cnuso ventilation Is not bo frco. You will ward off dlnoano by having your closets, bnthroom, kltchon, sinks, nnd water pipes ovorhaulod, We mnko a specialty of sanitary plumb ing and do It solentlflcnlly and at roasonnblo prices, A. L. FRASER SOH SUto Street. Phono 188. PURE FOOD LAW How many pooplo aro thoro among you who know what It tnenns? If an nrtlclo Is puro, tho mnnufacturori nro moro than plonsod to say It on tho labels of tholr goods and In their advertising. If thoy woro adulter ated, thoy will say nothing until forced to by Jaw, Again, mnny deal ers will order tho ndultoratoil goods becauso hoy can mako moro prolk on thorn than is poKslblo to do on wholosomo, pura foods. So, If you get puro food, you will hnvo to ho loct tho brand and insist on gottlng It from your donlor or sond to tho manufacturer for your supply. ALLEN'S KKLF.RI8ING IIOSTON HltOWX IIRIJAI) FLOUR 18 PURK ALLEN'S HKLF-RISINO IMI PAN CAKE FLOUR IS PURE. For salo by all first class grocers. If yours doos not havo It, wrlto to us, ALLEN'S B.B.B FLOUR CO. Pacific Coast Factory, San Jose, Cal Eautor Factory, Little wolf Fall, Manawa, Wis. Spent wlely U the source of much satisfaction. Why sot spend a little of K wlly sew buylag groceries ef tbkw, LavvTncc & Baker W JBWB'W 4B AWrWBsf uuccicu.nnumny moiigni xq&t- liD olre impuwrol the bltsu b fiv. I III JPTVTr "I& fifTTf- iPfe CLASSIFIED gttMtt -HH4HllH "OB HALS For Sale Cnbbago plants, 25 cents per hundred. E. C. Mlnton, 1390 Broadwny, Salem, Or. 4-30-3t For Sale Two fresh cows. Inquire of I. Dnumgartnor, near Fair Grounds store. 430-3t For Sale. A tlvo nnd .i Blx-room houso, with from ono to six lota with each, well loented In East Snlom. Good bargains. Isaiah SchcncQcld, 21st nnd Marlon 8tn Salem. l-2S-tf Vor Sale Salom-Indopendonco-Mou-mouth otngo lino, fully equipped. Inqulro of Capital Commission Company, Salem. 4-G-tf For Sale 233 acres, 160 undor plaw, balance timber $35 per ncro; 151 ncros, good houso, barn nnd windmill, best farm In valley, $10, 000; 21 ncros, good houso, barn, 9 long by 100 foot wldo, $3500; 80 cows; 10 ncros, wagon, buggy, all tho farm Implements and houso furnlturo; 21 acres near town on tho Island, good C-room houso and barn, $0000; big lot 200 foot ling by 100 foot wldo, $3500; 80 ncros 3 mllos south of town noarly nil In grain, $G5 por ncro; 8 acres b mllos west of town with houso nnd barn, $800; 90 acres, 12 miles nBt of Snlom, $40 por aero; 1& acres, good house and barn, $850; lacro with flvo room houso and bnrn, $700; 5 ncros with good 0 room houso and bara, $1G00; 4 ncrcs with good houso nnd wind mill In town, $2200; 4 ncroB with houso and bnrn In town, $2G00; also from 20 to 30 good houaos from $G0O to $4000. For snlo by J. C. Schult. 747 South Twelfth 3t. Salem. 4-1-lmo. FOU HUNT or Ht'iit A goon uouso wiui mou orn Improvements, ono block from buBlnoss. Inqulro nt 317 North Front street. 4-30-3t For Rent Good pnaturo for horson nnd cnttlo within 2 miles of town. Plenty of shndo, aholtor and run ning wntor. F. A. Sutton, Route No. 4 4-30-3L For Rent A modorn flvo-room cot tngo, furnished throughout. Prion $12. Call Wednesday. 1007 Cho mokota St. 4-30-3t For Rout Houso and four lots, gar don and bnrn. All kinds of fruit. Apply at 345 Union streot. Phone 691. 4-4-tf For Rent Sovon-room houso, hoi and cold wator, oloctrlo light, bath room. Inqulro of Aug, Schrolb or, 600 North High stroot. 3-25-tf MUSICAL. Arthur Von Jcieii.Tonckor of pi nno; touch, tochnlch, Interpreta tion. Thorough preparatory course Advnnced studouta prepared for public appearance Rosldunco 058 Coutor St. To). Main 62(1. 2-28-tf. IOHT. Ixwt Hlnck, part spnnlol dog. An Hwors to nnmo of "Don." Return to E. Ilofor, South Snlom. 4-17-tf LoNt. Pair of gold-rlmmod glnssos, between Salem Iron Works nnd Journal ofllco. FJnder roturu to Journal olllco and rooolvo rownrd. 4-25-lwk IJIKJKB. I'onwtorH of AnKiCourfih.r wood Foresters, No. 19. Meoti Tuesday In Hurst hall, State streot Loo Abblo, C. R.; A. L. Drown F. 8. CVnlral Lodge No, 1H, K. of P. Castle Hall In Hnlman block, cor nor Stnto and Liberty stroots Tuesday of each weok at 7:20 p in. Oscar Johnson, C. C; E. H. Andorson, K. of R. and 8. Modern Woodinvn of Ainork Ore gon Cedar Camp No. 5246, Moots ovory Thursday oronlug at 8 o'clock In Holman hall. W. W Hill, V. O.: F. A. Tumor, Clerk. WoodmeH of World Meot every Fri day night at 7:30, In Holman ball J. A. Dlckoy, O. 8.; P. L. Fmiler, Clerk. Lincoln Annuity Union. Blck, acci dent and pension Insurance; $2, 000,000 plodged; every claim paid Good agents wanted. J. H. O. Montgomery, suprewe organiser, Sox 432 tblem, Oregon, K. R Kyas, tecrectsry, ill Ut atreei- immtntntnwiwtinM DEPARTMENT lltl!f Hid lf HW MISCELLANEOUS. Pressing Parlorst Pressing, clean ing, Topalrlng and dressmaking done by Mrs. E. W. James 464 Court street. Phono 477. 4-4-lmo Dressmaking Plain or fancy dross mnklng dono by Portland lady of oxporlonco. Mrs. A. N. Munsoy, 356 Sovontocnth street. Phone 1171. 4-3-lmo. Your Stepmother -Is still hero busy ns ovor cleaning, dyeing, prossln nnd repairing nnythlng from a pair of glovo to tho most elaborates Bilk gown, Goods called for nnd roturnod. Mrs. C. II. Walker, 221 South Commorclnl street. Phonu 1245. 4-1-lm Piano Tunci' L. L. Woods, plauo et pert tuning, ropalflng aud polish ing. Leavo orders at Goo. O. Wills' muslo storo, Salem. 2- 0-lyr Concreto Work. Got my prices os eldowalks, curbs, soptlc tanks aud comovit work ot any kind. All work guaranteed first-class. M Ward, Highland add. Phone 6 GB. 2-11-tf llutfo & Womlcroth Fine wines, liquors aud cigars. We handle the celebrated Kellogg and Castle whlBkios. Cool and rotreshlng beer constantly on drough. South Commercial street 9-3-lyr Salem Iron Works. -Founder, ma chinists and blacksmiths. Manu facturers of all klndB of sawmill machinery. Hop and fruit drying bIoVob, oto. Manufacturers of thel Salem Iron Works Hop Prew. Snlom Urtx Ai Lumber Co. -Romoveti from South 8alom to 14th street, near tho 8. P, depot, lloxos, Berry Crntos, Fruit Trays and Porfoctlo Fruit Evaporators. Phone 201. KnlnrKol- Our meat market on East State streot tins been doubled In alio nnd wo are bottor prepared than ovor t sorvo customors. Prompt servlco and tho host of meats our motto. Call: or phono 109. n. E. Edwards. Pron L. I !! !! . JJI PLUMBBR8. Tlu-o. M. Rarr -Plumbing, hot wtt and steam heating and tlnnlai 1G4 Commercial street. Phoas Main 192. 9-1-lr M. J. Fetcel Plumbing, stosw gas flttlng, 8uceeenr to Knos A Murphy, 20 Commercial itrMi 'Phone Mala 17. WAKT8D, iiei7iuHl 'I,onvv1jrirJinnT Wholo families can got work and houso to llvo la. Good pay. Call on Hop Loo Co., 213 Commercial stroot. 4200t Whii tod To borrow $1000 on the brut of ronl OBtnto security. Ap. ply to "J, P.," enro Journal office. 4-20-tf lllghoat ChhIi Prlct -Paid for chick ens at Wlllnmotta Hotol. 4-10-tf Wantoil Slock for pnsturo. Throtf mllos rrom Salem. Goad for horses nnd cattle, running wator and shndo. Jan. Heck, Oliltwood. Island, on Wallace road. 4-29-lw (illt-lCdgo Proposition For a hust ling real estato man, nt home. Wrlto today. Jncobs-Stlno Com pauy, Portland, Oregon. 4-20-Ot Wittitftl Chnmbormnld otto Hotel. nt Wlllnm-4-3l-Ht SASH AND DOOR rACTOHIE, ITank M, Brown. Manufaetur. ' iab, d.or, mouldings. All ... house finish and hard wood work. Front struct, bet. Statu an. Mnku all complaints at tnt ufti BUTTERNUT PREAD It Is worth moro than any other broad, yot tho price Is uo higher For salo at your grocer's. CALIFORNIA 1IAKKICV. Thomas & Cooley, Props. DRAYMEN. C'uiiiinliiH I Iron,' Transfer CowipwHy All kinds of transfer work done. Furnlturo and pianos boxod ready for shipment. Prompt service la our motto. Stand and olllco at 263 South Commercial streot. Phone 210, Realdonco Phono 968, Rscty Mountain Tea Nuygtft A Ui M(4iv.tf f ; Uiy TQjU. Srlsp OolJsa IHb t HneJ Vljjr. X u ino tor O-.hm. .,t-i. Jiiilf.!wJi. Ait n KidDy Trt-uUiM. riiii(.li!K. Kvieiu, ltnpu, Uluo) IUI llrrath. fWWi Itowcl. ftwlith u4 lUckuclw, Ji' Jl-xjUy W'"ntlii're In Ut. lot fonn 11 cnt n t (lauin nufk ky HaixurtcN Hnvo Cv ., )!tllf m, WU. HtH NU3GET3 r?H $Alt-W 1M-.