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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1007.
m m rsnyiyri- ir.it, .ikxiasaasai Worries, Annoyances Vanish when Folger's Golden Gate Coffee Appears u.A.MII M'Hb. (jfllSMf X 4 8831 JOURNAL'S FASHION LETTER Sold on merit Aroma-tight tins J. A. FOLGER & CO. Gossip About Dress and Fancies of Artists In Gowns San Francisco Underwood If Standard Typewriter z9nHEMflHflflEE225MMMSv m5& i Eyelot embroidery will remain In vogue Just as long as Its faithful ad herents can keep It. Of all tho needle work types It lends Itself to tho most lacy effects and Is of aill of thorn, tho most universally popular. Few strlklngley new patterns crop I out In It from year to year, for past eras seem to have. exhausted nil of them that arc desirable. Moreover just now, with tho liking for things quaint, tho .traditional wheel and sprig patterns aro right In order. Vollo Is as popular this season as it has been for tho two seasons past and now it Is not only tho checked' A Purchaser of an Underwood Becomes n member of nn Asso ! elation world renowned for itn np wi .. I . i I i . !.. wY T fulfill I,-., Jlft tbUIUUII V& MflllUlilUU VJOlUltlljr, Speed and Durability. Tho "Waiting List" is num bered by its thouHninla. Underwood Typewriter Company OH Sixth Street, Portland, Or. iX-l X ,...-. . ..... Aiunuu vi iix'I'u'iiui.cnG oi iiuimms- trntor. Notlco Is hereby given that on tho 17th day of May, 1907, tho County Court of Marlon County, Orogoa, duly nppolnted C. Marsh of Salem, Oregon, administrator of tho estato of L. H. Rowland. cloeonfinrt. nml 1m v. Ink qualified as required by law, all nmI str,1)C(1 variety, but wo see a res persons having claims against said """motion of the clan kind. Tho lat- estnto aro hereby notified to present lcr ,B OIlon maue u" ovei "sureu thorn with nronor vouchors, as bv law lln,"S: so tho effect of tho plain and ronulrod. to tho undorslenad nt tho tho fnncy materials aro, in tho end, offlco of P. ATurnor, rooms ID and about tho Bame Both tho checked 1C, Now Broyrann Block, Salem, Or-1 nnd atripod voiles figuro among the OKon. within six months from tho fancy sortB nnd tho color8 nro ot thc data of tho first publication of this notico, to-wlt: May 18, 1907. 0. MARSH, Administrator. P. A. Tumor, Attornoy for Estato. D-18-Ct-nat Ml MEALS 15c AT TIIK Salem Restaurant ano court street. Call and try thorn. Moali lGc. Board por week $2.75, also furnished roomB very reasonable I STONK'H 11HAVK DROPS. GrontoBt known remedy for hoavos. Trlco $1. To express otllcoa away from Salem I pay 25 cents on oxprnas ohnrgos. HlBhland, Orogon, Oct. 31, 1002. This Is to certify thnt I gavo my maro ono bottlo of "Stone's Iloavo DropB" and cured hor of hoavos, ThiB wnH last wlntor and hIio has not boon altllctod slnco. Q. Wallace. Dr. H. O. HTONN, Sulein, Or. Por salo by all druggists. trussks fitted, la ugh stock DR. KUM Wonderful CHINESE DOCTOR Will treat you with Oriental herbi nnd cure any disease without operation or pain, Dr. Kum is known ever) whore In Balem, and has cured ninny prominent peoplo horo. II o has lived in Salem for 0 yeras, nnd can be trusted. lie uses many medicines unknown to white dootors, Hud with them ' can our e&tnrrb, asthma, lung troubles, rhou watism, stomneh, liver, and kidney dis ease. Dr. Kum make a specialty of dropsy nnd female trouble. Ills remedies euro private- diseases when everything else fails. He has hundreds of testi monials, and give consultation free. Prices for medicines very moderate. Persons In the country can write for blank, Send stamp. If you want some extra fine ten, grot it from us, DR. XTTM BOW WO OO., 107 South nigk stroet, Salem, Orego The Fashion Stables Formerly nUnpsoa's 8UUH. lip-to-date livery and cab lint Pune'hl turnouts a specialty, Tally ao for picnics and excursions. Pack 44. CHAa W YANNKB, Prop 847 ui 84 Bi(k 8iret. OREGON STATE BANK Jefferson, Oregon Capital $25,000 best facilities known to reliable banking offered patrons. Jefferson is a good town, has good stores, good mills, a good bank, and good people. Come and see as. 'Oregon State Bank J. A. AUPPERLE, President M, J. CAMPBELL, Cashier unaggressivo kind, usually combin ing soveral shades of tho ono color nf a soft tono with whlto. Occasion ally ono boos a vollo with an em broidered dot or other design upon ground of dollcnto onc-shado or two Bhado or striped. Tho now plain voiles nro finished in beautiful bord ore, and these enn bo mado up most antlstlcally, with panels or folds on tho skirt and with flchu, drnod yoko effect or bolero trimming on tho corsage. A pretty touch Is given to a trig llttlo tallor-mado of palo gray by tho fastening of ,tho coat. Tho gar mont is hold across tho front by. vel vet loops through which throndB a pmlo bluo ribbon scarf. Tho mush room hat of nntural elkored straw has a big bow which exactly matches this scarf. Tho bow and scarf aro arranged so to bo easily taken off and boforo this suit goos to tho coun try for tho season thoro nro to bo two othor sets, ono In black and tho oth er In roso color to glvo variety to a costumo that is expected to glvo hard and long sorvlco. Rubborlzcd pongoo Is tho thing for Htnart practical motor and traveling wrnpa. Outsldo garment is ordinary flno qunllty silk pougco In natural color. InBldo is n coat of flno rub- her that makes tho matorial abso lutely watorproor. Tho prico is S1.4S a yard. Tho nll-whlto frock Is put in tho back-ground Bomowhat by tho ton donoy'to glvo ovorythlng tho touch-of color. Somo of tho handsomest om broldored whlto gowns nro trimmed with nnrrow bandis of colored linen which appoar on tho hems of tho skirts and on tho coats. Thoso col ored bands aro now nnd thon striped with whlto to add to tho complexity with a band and big bow of black taffeta, with three huge colored roB es at tho side. A narrow bandeau is placed under the brim In tho front to lift it slightly from tho head. The velt Is black point d'esprlt, with a border of delicate black lace. Tho veil is cut to fit tho hat and is mado curved in the upper part, wider in tho back than in tho front. This Is done so it mny Ho in pretty folds about tho face, Just the dress all around. A trimming that Is seen very much In mUllnory and has had great suc cess is tho very long nnd much curl ed ostrich feather, which begins at tho right sldo of tho crown of tho hat and winds across tho brim to tho left Bide, there falling In a show er at tho back of tho hat. Tho nar row front and wide bnck brim make most of the big chapeau rather pic turesque. Tho passing of tho high bandeau is a great point In favor- of the now millinery. Never has thoro been n stylo more ungainly or unbecoming tn an tno tilting or the lint to an alarming degree at ono Bide, back of tho bond, and down over .tho brow. If it exists at aill, the new bandeau Is low, round, modest, and barely lifts tho lint from tho head and tilts it not nt all. It is wound with a bit of illusion. Styles for both hat and dress nro undergoing a chango already a very gradual ono cortnlnlly but notlcablo. Gowns aro becoming moro graceful tho big shapeless Japancso oleovo Is njdusting it3olf to tho figure, and jnckots and rodlngotcs aro less amplo In size. Hats aro getting to bo less quaint nnd neater. In appearance. But It Is disappointing to say that thoro Is no particular smartness about them as yet. A now Btylo in hats in reported and tho manufacturers aro trying to mnko it go. It Is suggcstlvo ot tho shophordcs8 shape mado with a low oblong crown, nnd curved broad brlra with a gontlo sweop nt tho sides. A word must bo said of tho now bathing suits scon recently. Many of tho most nttractlvo bathing suits havo whlto pongco .tlghts buttoning nround tho waist. Tliero Is a but toned Btrap around tho leneo. Tho bathing suit skirt is mndo of bluo, brown, cnrdinnl or tan colored sorgo of pongco, strapped with whlto, and thoro 1b n wido whlto collnr. Many of tho shortest bathing suits nro mndo without tho wldo flnpplng whlto collar. Tho neck Is llnlshcd with a pointed front nnd thoro is n Windsor tio knotted nnd drawn through a gold buckfo or ring. Othor necks nro finished dou- bio bronsted and piped with n con trasting color, and somo of theso aro vory smart Indeed. Ono of tho now bathing suits Is quito Empire In its tondonclos. It Is mndo of heavy wnshablo silk and tho skirt 1b, plaited nr mid tho waistband to glvo It fullness. Tho blouso Is rather short In tho waist and thoro is n folded girdlo of silk which Is brought up very high In tho back and pulled down vory low in tho front This makes tho suit particularly adapted to tho slender woman's I I Are Yollow, groon, pink and bluo aro farm. HARPER WHISKYjSlI 3 MTV vc jBh HHCIjLsH Famous nrhuiuo for I GiMienitlous past; l-'ninous now nil over tho world. I Por snio by L AVG. SCHllKIHKll, Salinn, I J'' I w UBod In this wny. Tho colorod nin torlnl ofton mnkos up tho collar and cuffs on gowns that aro otherwise plain. Right in lino with tho ldon 1b tho dainty fashion for ombroldor ed colla nnd cuff Bots of thin color od lawn worked with whlto and edged with tiny knlfo-plnttlnge of tho materials. Somotimoa thoso sots nro plain but for tho homstitchod edges or n spnrkllng of tiny ombrotderod dots. Nnrrow black taffota scarfs aro worn wfth tho colors. Tho scarf To onjoy motoring thoroughly ono must wonr tho right clothoa for It. Every woman should have ono hat In hor outfit that will fit snugly undor n motor veil, and on oxamplo of ono seen tho othor day Is good for all purposos. It was a continental hat of brown straw, with tho left sldo brim caught up with rosos, tho roses shado from brown to ocru.' A soft fold of brown silk enclrcfioa tho brim. Tho small sailor Is conspicuous among the sailor hats. Tho favored Your Hands Tied? Docs lack of training pre vent you from advancing Thousands of others have gained better positions and increased earnings through the I. C. S., nnd there is no reason why YOU should not do thc same. No matter how poor your circum stances are, we can help you to gain advancement in your spare time, at small cost, and on easy terms. No books to buy. 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")' VnJt TOIK4 X ROBERTO Tho now loug rodlngoto Is being mndo by tho host housos nnd worn moro every day by tho fashionables. Tho matorial is gray lalnago thread ed with gray of a darkor tone, cut both plnln nnd ou tho bias. Tho skirt Is mado without a bit of stiff ening about tho hornas has boon tho modo in llnlJlilng skirts for eo many sensons, tho aim belug to pro duce a clinging nppoaranco. A bind ing of velvet Is put nround tho red Ingoto and the revors nro also of velvet, just below tho shoulders In tho back tho fullness boglns. finished both back and front with llttlo curv od plecos. Tho hat worn with tho rodlngoto is a real bell shape of heavy rlco straw, white garnlshod Eat in Haste and repent with acute indigestion. neartburn, hiccoughs or flatu lence. Then resolve never again to be without a box of these won derful digestive correctives, Beechams Pills UU 8vyvrUr. u kuti We. u4 $. models aro trimmed with a deep band of sltk about tho crown. Loops of ribbon nnd rose nro placed at the loft side. Milliners aro showing closo llttlo turbans in all shapes, and matching In shado tho motor coat, and with the motor hat goos the motor veil of chiffon shirred around tho sldos and bnck of tho turban, and leaving tho faco exposed. Tho veil Is usually tho shade of the straw and sometimes a very sheer silk Is used instead of Who chiffon, answer ing tho purpose of protecting tho hair and neck, and wearlne much hotter than tho moro flimsy material. Motor hats and veils In black aro vory smart and nro especially becom ing to tho slight fair woman with plenty of color, but they show tho defects too plainly nnd easily to be conio as popular as their smartness might domand. CATHERINE MANN-PAYZANT, Transfers Ileal Estate. Tho following deeds havo been re corded in tho ofllco of tho Mnrion county recerder: Ln Rondo Plerro to N. W. Rice, 15 feet off tho south sldo of lat 1, block 3, Yoy Park add Salem, w. d.'..! $1200 Grant Cnrby ot ux to J, R. Lan- don, land in Marlon coun ty, w. d, ......... Goo. W. Owon ot ux to R. J. Fox, 25 acres in t 9 s. r. 2 o., w. d, ........ J. L. Sweeney et ux to M. A. Price, lot B and ntrlp 22 ?i feet wide off tho south sldo of ilut o. 6, block 10, Salem, w, d P. II. Marlay et al to W. W. Skinner, 3 acres, t 8, s. r. 3, W, Q, Cl. ...... ., C. Marsh ot ux to Sophia Lah nie, lot 3, block 3, Watt add Salem, also strip If land bor dering on south sldo of lot 3, block 3, Watt add. Salem, w. d 1300 W. W. Sklnnor et ux to C. P. Gard, 3 acres in t. S s. r. 3, w, q. cd 300 1000 3200 A Dark 0t "You look dlsconraiti &M nes limn noort" Vn." roDlIed the b4&1 " - " - M has boon nil right op tow hut tho outlook Is dart K Ington Is going to sow Chicago ftecord-Heraia. ...! in -'J rn lot vour tiM ! that cough when jeu w(jj Ballard's Horehoand SffJ cure for Coughs, BroK' ., PnlraflUTJ) za, uroup ouu , -r...,. i.nttlR and try ! n n Tjiuehter. BjU. writes: '-I have tehn' .-rtiHD. 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