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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OBBGON TUESDAY, JULY 0, 1007.
s. loa Thn old AVer's Hnlr Vlonrmns , - tJ 11 T ,-pf question about that. But your own doc- nO ll ElD&SL tor, the one you havegreat confidence in, I " w will tell you that Aycr's Hair Vigor, new ImnrnvfiH fnrmiilo le fnfkaAt tu- i TJJt great specific for falling hair and dandruff. lCOft' of all our preparation. Lowolf, Matt. K: m urka SENTIMENT FACTS AND THE FARMER uAe Horse Editor Ventures a UcaS AbOW mc luymi, aim the Real Few hoi Mill talc 0C i- exchange saw "" the fnrmor t a prince, .i - ... - nlt. HO has 1113 own vieum nuDit l0 the COW, HIS Sirnwuurnua iium natch, his eggs irom iiiu cuun, is nter from the stream, his vege- h from tno garuvii, ma ui tit, his own nodr, woou mm iiume. i. l..nli lin rnllld llinltn dt came 10 n i-"i - 'own clothes and snoes. in whui. .. ii- .,.. iita 1m rlnnn? .Aer wane oi mo " ",D " ..-. e j the ono man upon wnom inn lole worm uopenus, mm ui u en, he Is tho man who should rry a heart of contentment, and face as radiant as me noonuuy This sounds very pretty, and has 111 the flavor of tho enrly spring tin of poetry. It liar, the profundity t a graduation essay, and la about h correct as a mining prospectus, Ihlco In somo respects It resembles. that Is It Is true in theory but fnlso : practice. And It is fnlso only In he Indirect assumption that theso tings como to tho farmer without ny effort on his pnrt. That tho inaer's llfo Is tho most Ideal llfo annot be denied, nnd It Is ideal bo- nm It Is closer to nature tnnn any iher. At tho samo time it 1b a llfo f toll, of long laborious hours with .V days off. Tho picture Ib idyllic, ust as the picture of Maud Muller ildjlllc. It is pretty In prose, and then done up In poetry it becomes banning. Yet if the truth wero bid Maud had to rlso early, help ok breakfast wash dishes, milk oti and do a pretty good day'o ,!,,, 'rlu,u nnd ho sloops tho sloop of eadow, with "hor graceful ankles lloe.I1Bft llo ,.. ,mlfl tho nrl lira in rl Iimnm ' nnrl cnin roll nil wltli I . .. .. Inmblei, and hor feet calloused on he bottoms, peeping out from n town that was pretty badly tattered. Is nice reading but no doubt If jfaud was given to writing poetry 1:4 had tho timo between Jobs, her pas of tho sentimentally beautiful ould have turned more to dainty iewns, and plcturo hats, to nuto- rcbile rides, and days at tho sen- U. and occasional tlmos when sho ould read and rest, and dovoto somo litle time to that natural nnd laud- Ible femlno Instinct, the ndornmont If her healthy and robust littlo lody "The farmer gets his milk fresh rom the cows." sines this sontl- !atal siren, but ho does not warblo bout the joys of pulling tho milk it of that same cow by tho handles. aow not chant about cleanlnc lt bossle's bedroom, or turnine his lack up to tho summer sun, while l Prepares tho hay and grain for ei winter lunch, nnd It might Tie Badge of Honesty 1 6n tterr wrnnnnr nt TW) Til.. as3fnJIed :al li.spnv.trw i.nm rn 'ilfii1?,6 toBfwlmts composing It la "sMu there m t 'iin Hnniiet. i?r r?i,0!exp?jenco has Proven Its'suporlor fc7r, l w Punaer and tnvlgorat- . " l.Vr 1. S. It. imllria nr ),. ..,.,- 1'.ia!m. as no other tonic can In L7,'' a i is used. The active medic En? atld Q 1PCn'S r00t' St0n0 and Iferrvl: , ' uw' -"-oarooi ana mtxca K.r?..B'8 ' i 'MiiWy nuro. trir-lo- M Buff, , v ' C' nd t0 Dr-R- v 'pcr',0 Lti.,N V fur rcc booklet which M-:r. n 1 wpu-recognlzed med Sc J' S" a3 Drs' arthnIov, 0t of ct . 4 ' ' ""'bWooQ una a inUfW-,! . B inai u,cso roola rtlom. i "" ,or 'neir curaiivo ccomJn itak blatesof tho stomach, itli vly hdKestlon or dyspepsia d In AlyTv'., ' l"8 or ,,ver coraplair.ui kvCrtJ,Y, " a's?asc3" where thero 'trn"iV T Faaual running down jjUensth and system. rpj 7. t :: r. . m (JjuijuT.1 I '"vg"rate8 nnd fcTkl' t,'H'riffPi Nn-la, Wp6 Notches, pfepliS irjdAiHZI " "croiuious swel- nitorM -.i . lreang old ' the r r Ulf rs U to wc to In '! ., ? 2 "Pl'Jyto them Dr. Sy:P'eInyalldPSfS! dens snrgicai Inst ;, :rt invalids' Uote wlctatt "u for this noa-ilcoholle. fea thor,i.,k?vow coMPoiTiosr. & att?.?!"?nt Plita Ut, csdf, un' sranajM, My to Uk bo romnrkod that tho cream does not como fresh from the cow, It tnkei work to get that even nfter tho milking is dona. His Btrnwhorries don't conic fresh picked, nicely washed and dellclous ly cool out of tho patch. Maudie or someono else hns to look aftor that. "Ills ogg-s from tho coop," Bound nlco too, but thero is nothing said about tho nioasly hens thnt scrntch up tho garden, that have to be fed, and for whom It Is necessary to whltownsh their bodroom mnke tho coop, provided tho nests, nnd who In return always provide the most eggs when that fruit Is tho cheapest, and bring forth a brood of young Huff bnlls pretty to look upon, but which hnvo to bo dried out at the kitchen slovo ovary time it rains, nnd be doc tored for tho pips, protected from varmints nnd locked up for nights when a son of Ham Is In tho vicin ity; for Ham and eggs naturally go togethor and bo do tho descendents of Ham, and chickens. But tho Tegotables from the gar den Is where sentiment gets in Its work. Fresh, crisp lettuce, tender radishes, fragrant onions, succulent corn, goldon pumpkins, gregarious peas, esthetic banns, dainty nspara gus, roguish-eyed potatoes. Sounds nice don't It. How about hoeing and .digging and pulling weeds, and picking bugs and mashing worms nnd doubling your back up Ilka a pocket rule, whilo you pick thj fruit of your toll, or wear your fingers to tho quick "grabbling" for now potatoes. Tho farmer is a prlnco, of course ho is. And he does prlncoly work. When ho turns his bnck up to tho sun and wins from tho stubborn soil his sustenance, nnd ours, ha docs for humnnity moro than all tho kings nnd princes, and "captains" of Industries thnt over lived or over will. Ho tolls harder than ever did a Soncgnmblan holot beneath tho lash of n Spartnn master. His hands got hardened but Ills heart don't. His bnck getB bent and his Bhouldors stooped, but his conscionco Is cl ar tho Just, price for the prlvllogo In honest toll, nnd generous sweat. And his wlfo, God blcs3 her! Hharea his toll nnd his labors, and keops hor thoughts clean and her henrt pure. Thoy live close to na ture and aro fresh and pure and sweat and wholesome. And wo of the cities onjoy tho fruit of thqlr toll and glvo no thanks. Wo eat of tholr bounty and ridicule their man nans and , tholr clothes nnd offer prizes for thosa who can most suc cessfully hold them up to ridicule upon tho nation's holiday. And poke fun at them because thoy aro natural and honest, and aro not aBhamcd of It. And wo jeer at tholr greenness and unsophisticated ways. And call thorn "Rubes" and "IJayseeds." And tho .callow and unthinking youth in tho cities will mako re marks about tho farmer's wives and daughters clothes. And tho news paper jokcsmlths rack their think tanks for ribald jests nnd alleged wit to amuso tho thoughtless crowd. And all 'tho timo thoy aro unworthy to touch tho hem of tho garments of those whom thoy ridicule; tholr generous masters whoso bounty feeds them. Tho farmer Is , not a prince, not now, but ho should be, and tho timo Is coming when he will bo. Ho Is awaksnlng to his power, nnd things will bo different when ho assorts It. Tho rejected stone shall yot becorao tho bond of tho corner. o-, Tho African Calnlmsh. In answer to nn Inquiry made by a Now Jersey civil engineer, Consul General Julius G. Jay transmits the following report, prepared for him by tho agricultural department at Capo Coleny: A medium light loam or even a sandy soil Is best for the successful growing of tho plpo calabash. Tho growing season will vary with lo calities from four to flvo months, and tho condition under which It grows may bo best described as semi- tropical, and It is usually found alongside tobacco, sweet potatoes and the like. It is characteristically a creeper, but occasionally rises Into hedges or shrubs, growing as a climber. It requires abundant sun shine and a warm soil and aspect, lng through tho skins. In somo places upright stakes are put round the gourds so as to assist tho natural bend of tho stem, but elsewhere this la left to nature. It Is highly prob able thnt this calnbnsh will be found to do best only In warm climate and on naturally fertile soils. With us It is grown entirely tindor irrigation, but In its later stages It requires no 'water. IJcst Medicine in the World for Colic nnd Diarrhoea. "I 'find Chamberlain's Colic, Chol- ora and Diarrhoea Romedy to bo thoN best remedy in tho world," says Mr. C. L. Carter of Sklrum, Ala. I am Bub Joct to colic and diarrhoea. Laot spring It soomod as though I would dio, and I think I would If I hadn't tnkon Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I haven't boon troubled with It Blnco until this week, when I had a very sovoro at tack and took half n bottlo of twon-ty-flvo cnt ol-so Chamberlain's Colic, Cholora and Diarrhoea Remedy, and this morning I fool like a now man." For Balo by Dr. Stono's Drug Store. A Water Ghmlen. First Suburbanite Raising any thing on your place this year? Second Suburbanite Pond lilt '8 In my cellar. Llfo. o The Texas Wonder. Cures all kldnoy, bladder and rheumatic trouble; sold by all drug gists, or two months' treatment by mall for $1. Dr. H. W. Hall, 2D26 Ollvo atreot, St. Louis, Mo. Bend for testimonials . Sold by Stono'i drug Btoro, dw-lyr Send the Family Washing To. Us and you'll never bother with bavins It done nt homo again. Time was whan ovary family could not afford to send tho washing to a laundry, but tlinos havo changed bo, too, hnvo tho methods and prices. Today you can better afford to Bend the family washing hero than not to Ask about our prices on family wash lng, rough dry, or finished. The Salem Steam Laundry Phono iia. mo-lflO S. Liberty flt. My ittm ..VtaCrfc': rofll,s,llMH-Mt iiaiHM-l CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT 8Hhil-KfrWHM 1 m 1 m 1 rHrHH-fi-HHM- GHMy&Toy&ht z ys For Sale. At a bargain, tho Candolarla Fruit Farm, sltuntod thrco-fourtha of a mllo from tho southern limits of tho city. Ono-half mllo from oloctrlo street car lino. Ono of tho finest locations In Marlon county. A nplondid vlow of tho beau tiful Wlllamotto river, Polk county, hills, cltv of Dallas, Monmouth, In dopondonco and city of Salem, otnto fair grounds, capltol building, asy lum, penitentiary, asylum farm, muto school, roform ochool, Mts. Jcfforson, Hood, Adams, Rainier and St. Unions. A good crop now In tho orchard, of 'cherries, Barilett pears, poach ea and Italian prunes. If sold In tho next ton days tho crop will go with tho sale. This year's crop will moro than pay tho lntorost on tho In vestment two years In advance. J. G. WRIGHT, 7-2-lm Agont. m tit iiih ea LITTLE BO-PEEP LOST HMR SHEEP But no ono need worry about mutton this timo of the yenr, If thoy can get dainty and dollclous Spring lamb on an appotlzlng and nourishing Sum mer meal. Wo have ovoryohlng In choice moats, and all tho dollcaclod of tho season in both fresh and smoked meats that will plcaso tho moBt critical cplcuro. E. O. CROSS, Stales Street Market Phono 201 The Fashion Stables Formerly Simpson's Bt&blet. Up-to-date livery and cnb line Funeral turnout a specialty. Tally ko for picnics and excursions. Phoai 44, OHAS. W. YANNKE, Prop 47 uid 240 High Street. 0 C. T. Co. -STEAMERS MEALS 15c AT THE Salem Restaurant 880 COURT STREET. Call and try them. Meal lDc. Board per week $2.75, also furntdhed rooms very reasonable. ttoe8gaaai f MBBIIW a MbWMM Gold Dust Flout , IUU by THK SYDNEY P0W SK COMPANY, Sidney, Oregoi. i Made for family use. Ask your grocer tot it. Bran and shorts j always on haad. j i P. B. Wallace AGENT POMONA AND OREGONA LBAVB FOR PORTLAND DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY AND WEDNESDAY, AT 0 A. M. FOR CORVALLIS TUES DAY AND SATURDAY ABOUT 6 P.M. P. M BALDWIN, Agt. Putting In Modern Plumbing FOR BALE Logan RiTi'ics This week, 50 cents a crnto, If you pick them. G. M. Lonse, South Thirteenth street. 7-S-3t For Sale Sovon-room, hard finished house, two lots, barn, fruit, flno water and goal collar. Also ono single top enrringe, and ono spring wagon. Enqulro of Joo Hewitt, corner North 17tn and "A" streets, Salem, Or. 7-3-lw FOR RENT ior neat Tiirco lurnisiiaa rooms for light housekeeping, with bath and phono, 48G North Llborty or phono 1403. 7-8-3t For Rent Furnished nnd unfur nished rooms. Inqulro at 790 N Commorcinl street. M. A. Dlco. C-15-lwUt Phenomenal Berries Better than Logan borrios, fresh from tho vino. Phono your order in for prompt dolivory. Geo. W. Weeks, phono Farm 41. 7-2-2 w Vogct Lumber nnd Fuel Co. Lum bar .sdilngles, building malarial, wood and coal. Low prices and prompt dellvorlcs. Ono block oast of S. P. passcng.c depot. Phono 198. .7-2 -tf For Sale Eight acres of land, 1 mllo south of city limits, on Jeffer son rond, G acres In liny, 1 aero in strawberries, balanco In pasture, good houso and bnrn, good well water, 2 wagons, all kinds of tools also 3 cowb, 4 hogs, 50 chickens, 1 cream separator. F. A. Sutton, Salem, Routo No. 4. Phono Farm ers 93. - 7-C-3t For Snlo at a Bnrgniu A 9-room houso and bnrn, fruit. Located two blocks from tho court house, for a fow days only. Address "A. O." Journal, 7-C-3t Fruit Lnnil. In trncts of G, 10, 20 and 40-ncros, all in cultivation, ready to plant. Prices right, near Monmouth nnd Independence Soo J. II. Moran. 7-C-Ct For Sale Now nnd Bccond-hond fur niture, kitchen utonslls, bicyclos, tonts and camping outfits. We aro raonoy-Bavora for our custom ers. Conrnd Dlllman. C-26-lm For SUj Registered Berkshire hogs, sire by Wostorn Star 3d, 88,046, bred up close to grand ehamplon of St. Louis exposition, good plnno binder. H. A. Clark, corner B nnd Sixth Btroots, Plena nnt Home addition to Salem, Ore gon. 0-2 0-1 m For Sale One twenty-ton Ckampioa baler, quick relief, one water taak, one engine tender oh wheels, ea paeity 400 gallons. Phone 164 Su burban, or address box 285 Salem, Or. T. F. Walker. 8-1 2-1 m For Rent Sovon-room hoiiBO, hob and cold water, electric light, bnta room. Inqulro of Aug. Schreib or, GCO North High street. 3-25-tf i mini i imiimin i ,n LODGES. FrcseTsoTAmerlcaCm wood Forostora, No. 19. Mi'oto Tuesday in Hurst hall, Stato atrool Leo Abbio, O. R.; A. L. Brown, F. S. Central Lodge No. 18, K. of P. Castle Hall in Holmnn block, cor ner State and Llborty Btreets. Tuesday of each wook at 7:20 p. m. Osoar Johnson, G. C; E. H. Anderson, K. of R. nnd S. Modern Woodmen of America Ore gon Cedar Camp No. 5240. Moets every Thursday ovonlng at 8 o'clock in Holman hall. W. W. Hill, V. O.; F. A. Turner, Clork. Woodmen of World Moot every Fri day night at 7:30, in Holmaa hall. J. A. Dickey, O. 8.; P. L. Frailer, Clerk. Lincoln Annnlty Union. Sick, aocJ dont and pension insurance; 2, 000,000 pledged; ovory claim paid Good agonta wanted. J.' H. O. Montgomery, supremo organizer, Box 432 Salem, Orogon. R. R. Ryan, noerectary, 546 State street. WANTED. Wanted To borrow 1000 on tn best of real estate security. Ap ply to "J. P.," caro Journal eWoe. 4-29-tf Highest Cash Price raid for chiek mb at Wlllamotto Hotel. 4-19-tf Wanted To rent n small, furnlshod houso for bIx wcoku or two months, by throo grown pooplo, must bo clooo In, nnd hnvo mod ern Improvements. Phono G80. 7-8-3t PLUMBSS8. Theo. M. Burr Plumbing, not water and steam heating and tinning. , 164 Commercial street. PhoiC" Main 193, 9-1-ly For Solo Old papers, 10 cents per hundred. Inquire Journal oMce. Wky Pay Rent When you eaa buy a alee homo at 580 N. Liberty St., ob terms to suit the purchaser. Address O. II. Burggraf, Albany, Ore. 5-17-tf. ttsaiainwtau Superior Restaurant 158 nigh Street, Upstairs. Flrst-elasa in all appointments. A place for ladies and gentlomen to get all kinds of Chineso dishes and tho famous LI Hung Chung Chop Suey and Yakama. R. H. Baker Successor to Whey Sen Yow Co., Prop ''tb-i, l0. If your drug- shim .nd BUv"f,. "..! ba,ve ,n It is usually found in vegetable gar or similar fertile or at least well-manured spots. Stable manure Is commonly used. In ripening tho stalks of tho gourd shrivel. Tho gourds are then collected and left on tho bare ground in the sun till quite yellow and bard. In polishing and making into pipes the aim seems to be to avoid break- WILLAMBTTK FRUIT AND PRODUCE CO. Wholesale dealers and commission merchants. Cash paid for Butter, Eggs, Poultry, etc: W. E. CuraiHlBgs andi O. A. Witeraft, Cottle block, Sa lem, Or.; J. C. Staploten, 86 Unlen Avenue, Portland BUTTERNUT BREAD It Is wortk more than any other bread, yet the price is bo higher. For sale at your grocer's. CALIFORNIA BAKERY. Taenis & Cooley. Props. In now houses and buildings, as well as refitting old houses, keeps us pretty busy in tho spring, when building 1b at flood tide. Our facili ties are always equal to the occa sion, and we would Invite builders and contractors to get estimates from ua oa plumbing, gas fitting, steam fitting and roofing boforo going oho where, as we do, expert work at rea sonable prices. A. L. FRASER 208 State Street. Phone 18S. MIHCELLANMOU8. Piano Tuner L. L. Woods, piano el pert tuning, repairing and polish ing. Leave orders at Geo. O Wills' music store, Salem. 2- 9-lyr M. J, Feted Plumbing, steam imd-t gas fitting. Suceccnor to Kaox tf Murphy, 226 Commerelnl itretl 'Phone Main 17. Concrete Work. Got my prices oi sidewalks, curbs, septic tanks and eewent work of any kind. All work guarantood first-class. ,M Ward, Highland add. Phone 569 C-ll-tf Butto A Wenderotu Fine wine, liquors and cigars, Wo handle the eelebrated Kellogg and Castl whiskies. Cool and refreshing bee constantly on drough. South Commercial street 9-3-lyr Salem Iron Worka. Founders, ma chlnlsts and blacksmiths. Manu faoturerB of all kindB of sawmill machinery. Hop and fruit drylna stores, eto. Manufacturers of th Salem Iron Works Hop Press. LOST. Lost or Htrnyed, A amnll, bright bay horso, weight about 950 pounds. Well built nnd in good condition. Roturn to J. H. Stan ton, corner of 10th and Mill stroots, phono 1212, and rocolvo roward. 7-8-lwk LoNt In Salem July 4 th, small brown loathor purse containing $25 in gold nnd Binnll gold Eng lish coin. Roturn to Mrs. A. M. Borry, caro Orogon Nursory Co., and rocolvo roward. 7-G-3t SALEM WATER COMPANY OMTO cmr XAXL. Fr wtr serriee tjplr Bills payeUc bmmUUj Ib fteVrame BUILDING A HOUSE We eaa supply you with the lum ber you &i4 at the price that will Bwtterially eeoaomize la the cost Just some and see us and look ovr ur yartl. GOODALS LUMBSR CO., Yai KK Be?. Salem Box & Lumber Oe. Removed from South Salem to 14th street, near the S. P. depet Boxes, Berry Crates, Fruit Trays and Perfection Fruit Evaporators. Phone 261. Balurged Our moat market on East State street has been doubled in size and we are better prepared than ever to serve customers. Prompt service and the best of meats our motto. Call or phone 199. B. B. Edwards, Prop We Are Cask Purchasers Of poul try, eggs, and all kinds of farm produce. Berry crates made up la unlimited quantities. Capital Commission Co., 267 South Com meralal street, Salem. Phone Mala 17. MUSICAL. Arthur Von JesHeu .Teacher of pi ano; touch, technlch, interpreta tion. Thorough preparatory course Advanced students prepared for public appearance Rosldonco 658 Centor St. Tel. Main 526. 2-28-tf o SABS AND DOOR FAOTOSDW. Frank M. Brown, Muuufnoturw sash, doors, mouldings. All kinds ei kouse fialsk and bard wood work, Front skreet, bet. State and Court Make all complaints at tho office J. Androe Goatraete and U4, 411 Cewrt sestet.' Hi, f-l-M . J. M. LAWRENCE Formerly Baker, Lawrence A Bake. Relfcfck Gtoott , At thi OM Stand I KM t ) ! . yMil.1'-n-.i-''-M l . ii iT' A onlH. 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