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DAILY OAPrAfc JOURNAL, SALMI, ORHGON. TUESDAY, JULY 10, 1007.
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HOFER BROS., PMhett and Proprietor
K. HOFER, Editor. A. F. HOFER, Manner.
STUB JOURNAL STANDS FOR PROGRESS, DEVELOPMENT,
GOVERNMENT. AND NO DEGRADED LABOR.
GOOD
TODAY.
Ollior HiinR will flhlno nB goldon,
Other skies bo Just ns blue,
Other south wlndB blow as softly,
Gontly drinking up tho dow;
Othor goldonrods and asters
With tho sun and sky agree, .
Those for othor mon and women
.Tuot today for you and mo.
Othor fruit of wlnoy flavor
Wnndorors will pluck and oat,
Othor birds with wlnsomo volcos
Other songs will sing an sweet;
O'or tho dapplod brook will mldgon
Dan co an hour, then coaao to bo,
All tho world may have tomorrow
I3ut today's for you .and mo.
Othor gardens will bo planted
Pair ns this which wo call ours,
Othor blooms will put to shaming
Thoso bonlgn, old-fashioned flowers;
All tho glorlos of tho suiiBot
In tho Biinrlso ono may hoc,
That, which others call tho dawning
Is tho night for you and mo.
A Square Deal
Is assured you when you buy Dr. Plorc'
family medicines for all tho Ingredi
ents entering Into thorn aro printed on
tho bottlc-wrnppers and their formulas
aro attested under oath as being complete
and correct. You know just what you aro
paying for and that the Ingredients are
gathered from Nature's laboratory, bolng
selected from tho most valuable native
medicinal roots found growing in our
American forptrandjvhlIe potent to cure
aro perccrlv harmlwuiVanto tho moM
dellcato woineaJTnllaTgn Not drop
wcam.wwn im?Mi?ii smmmm
rn npir
1'.
4r Vb li
i
V
poftcssci
r u nwn
bolnir a most valuable antlsontlc and ant!
fcrmont, nutritive and soothing dsmuN
cent.
Glycerine plays an Important part In
Dr. I'lorce's Golden Medical Discovery In
tho euro of indigestion, dyspepsia and
wonk stomach, attended bv sour rlslncs.
heart-burn, foul breath, coated tongue,
poor a P not I to, gnawing feeling In stom
ach, biliousness and Kindred derange
ments of tho stomach, liver and bowi.
llosldns curing nil the abovo distressing
Mil m i,k t t n M 1 1 nl it n Inil lnl iM.Hnini.ii It
UlllllUlltO. HIU VJUIUI3II .UUUIVJII ulatuvui
Is a specific for all dlsoasos of tho mucous
monibriinofl, as catarrh, wliothor of t!o
nasal paR.n?ni or of the stomach, boVn,3
or p'i.ic ur an. Kvfm in its ulcerative
Btag'" It Hi,1 yifld to this sovereign rem
Public Buildings Stockton, Stol2,
Oesner.
Seworage, Stolz, Jacob, Low.
Plumbing Frojjer, Downing, Gea
ner. Firo and Water Low, Radcllff
Goodo.
Bridges Gesner, Churchill, Fraa-
cr.
Health and Pollco Haas, Jaeoi
Waldo.
Lights Goodo, Haas, Greenbaum
Printing Radcllff, Haas, Fraser
Public FarkB Bayne, Greenbaum,
Stockton.
Board of Education.
W. H. Byrd, Chairman.
A. A. Leo, H. C. Bpley,
Crolsan, Directors.
H. A. Johnson, Jr., Clerk.
J. M. Powers, City Supt. Schools.
. o
E. M
pdy if It3ii i'!jit-ri4vercdin. In Chronic
Catnrrli of t!,o Nasal aftsaires. It Is welL
whl in taking tlm "Onldnn Medical Dis
covery" for tlm ncccvary constitutional
troatrnont, to cloanso tlio pussuges fnviy
two or nirco times a any wun ur. sages
-Sticcoss.
HIRELING WAINI'ltOMOTKIlS?
Thoro onn bo no question whatover that the "yellows" on both sides
! tho I'aolllo oponn tho sonsntlonul now huntora and tho rookloBs pub
lications that buy and soil tholr product aro chiefly, If not wholly, ro
MptniHlblo for nil tlm ridiculous but Hllll disquieting "war-talk" thnt
Sa today unduly oxoitlng tho poOpIp of two homlsphoros.
Jt Is not (iiiito ho cloar ns practically ohnrgod by our government offl
'clulB at Washington nnd momborB of tho .Tapnneso ombassythore that a
uynloniutlc press onmpnlgn of inlHroprouentatlon Ik bolng conductod In
"Toklo and this country to croatu a clash betwoon Japan and tho United
status.
lint fast-nnciimulallng Incldonts, it must be admitted, GIVE COLOR
TO THE CHARGE THAT THE NEFARIOUS RU.SINESS IS ACTUALLY
1IEINH CONDUCTED ON AN ORGANIZED WORKING SYSTEM.
For liiBianco, (ho Hochl Shlbun of Toklo publlHhod this plainly un
Wirrnnto.1 and absurd critlclHin of tho American navy allogodly by Ad
miral Sakamoto on Monday, and all tho 'yellows" In tho Unltoil StntOB
ImHtoned to "build It up" Into Job-typo and color Hchomes:
"Even If tho WnHhlngton govornment should docldo on a war, It Is
uoumrui whether tho Americans Horvlng In tho navy aro Hufllclontly pn
tilollo lo light. ... it Is too much to oxpoct a burning patriotism' In
tho American naval norvleo In rnso or war with Japan. It la llkoly that
most of llio orowM would dosort and loavo tho Bhlps."
VlHcount Aokl, tli j Japauoso ambassador, hastenod to oxplaln that tho
IMochl Iiiih absolutely no Htaudlng for truthfulnoBB, reliability and ro
HIKiiiHllilllty In Japan, and to iiHHiiro tho Amorlcan public Hint Admlrnl
Sakamoto could not possibly havo boon guilty of such an Indiscretion
Unit lio is not purmlttod by his govornmont to hihh criticism of nny sort
on u foreign power, that won If 'no privileged ho would not havo said any
thing so foolish and that tho wholo story wan piopostorous.
101 williiii twonty-four hours tho Now York Herald Is found ropro
duclng tho absurdity undor flaring hend-llnos and ropoatlng furthor In
llammatory declarations erodlled to Admiral Sakamoto by tho discredit
ed Uoohl Hiieh as:
"It Is dlillcult to tell whuther It (President RoohovjII's nlloged decision
lo dlNimtch alxfern warships to tho Purine) Is Intended ns a threat or as
n provoentlun to Unlit'; Bul 'should America bo Inlinlonlly disposed Ja
pun. IT iisiitHiinry, U rtNidy."
Who U llnaurliiK tiU propaganda?
WHO IH PAYING JAPANESE AND AMKItlCANS NEWSPAPERS TO
MAKE K001.H OF THEMSELVES?
OR WHO HAH PROMISED TO PAY THEM IF THUY CAN ONLY
t.lifjiftir iiiih . . .. ......... .
" WA Tllliortlll IDIPM)YING THE .MOST YICIOl'S
Catarrh Remedy. This thorough counts
caso.t.
of treatment generally cures the worst
In coughs tnd hoarseness caused by bron-
umutlun In lis tivlvnticod Ntaires. thonUol(ien
chlal.'tlirunlnnd luiic atlbctluiii, except rm-
umpuun in us iivivnticou Niaires. uionuol(icn
Medical Dlsovury" Is n most clllclent nirn-
wiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinmn.''
t -rnr .iinirro ?
inc IVIAISL10.
lake Salem a Good Home i.
Mnrkct.
1 1 1 1 m m t n ii 1 1 n 1 1 m i'F
SALEM .MARKET.
ody, tmit'i'lally In tlioso obstinate, hnne-on
couzLniausi-d hy Irritation and congestion o(
th lirunrliUl mucous rnuinhrancs. Tlio "1)U"
corery " Is no' so irixxl fur acute coutfhs arli
Inir f.om aucj on cold, nor must It bo ot
bocted to rut comminution In Its adrancrd
staeot no inc rino will do that hut for all
tho ol'stli.tic Ii runic couiriiH. which, ir nr
li'Cti-d. or lit' I- triniod. lead uptoconsiimrv.
lion, it :iu.
t ini'iliclno lhatcnnhoinlv
I I I M I I I I I I I V l
OFFICIAL
DIRECTORY
AND UNPATRIOTIC "VEU.OWISM" AS YET CONt'EIYED IN THE
HISTORV OF ,101'RNAI.ISMV
llypmitlMii n h a Cmv.
'Ww II ml tlm hy until iHtii
l"rniiou. lllto tliH psychical rarrh-
urs of HiiKlaiiil, stinking tho way to
visor MiiitptlM,ii f tbw Hir." myt
AiiiiiiiKlou liruuo in ApplotouN
In no iu niyntiMlmii way 8UKRtons
of .made to a hypuotltiwl patlunt sot In
II
Magatluo, "and We also II ml tliout
turning tli nw knowludgo to prac
tical account In the buttormeut of
tho Individual and tho rnc. This
Is piirtloularly true of tho Nancy
liohool, which from l.Miwuilt'n tlm
has reooftiilKtid tho Inlliioitco of sug
Kutlnn on thp bodily orgnuUiu and
luts Htwulfustly umployod hypnotism
tor tlitrmiitlo mtlior thiiu axporl
muntal purpoitM. Of course, at th
uulsot of tholr labors tho roprosu
tatlvvs of thin school did not possess
tho Inforiimtlou sture Kulund of tho
Miihtlu lntractloiu httweon tho phys
lil and lh psycUlcul in th humnu
body; but thy bslivisl cUarly that
Capital National
Bank
Offr iu nuMiiiu'i Nu ib f-
cllltls of a nimltrn Mnd woll
Hulp.a buk
SWINGS DEPAIUiMCNT
I'm) Utet om drpimlts com
IkOHuJvd kiH(-aauMlly. Dno-
IU of Hi ilalkvr or inor oau be
nmU : uhj- tlm. Hmall mckwl
bukd of uu ImproviHl pattorna
supplied to depositors.
miamnMUDMinunti
J, H. ALHKUT, ProkkHt
K. M. CHOIHAN, VlcsPr.
SOii. H. AIJiKHT, OMbW,
itiotlon forces mighty to heal and
upbuild. Undeniably, tholr onthiiB
lui led them to luditlg In extra va
gaut hopoa and to much futllo offort.
"Novrthhtw. the oxperlonoo of
years promUus, 1 think, an ovor
wldunlng sphere of usefuluoH for
thurapeutlp hypuotUm. Among the
lust allegations was tho claim that
hypnotic NiiKgMtlou radically affects
tho powor of digestion, nutrition,
circulation, and the like; also that
It could be utllUsd to strengthen tho
I n toll vet and the will and thus bo
made to nerve educational and moral
ly correotlvo ends. Llebeault, ac
cording to his report, took In han.1
a group of weak-minded chlldron tin.)
by hypnotism alone expanded their
lutolllgtfuotf to a really niarvolotu
extent. Ono boy who was nctunlly
an Idiot and deemed Incapable of
j; learning to road or write, ho claimed
, to have so stimulated that Iu less
than thr months he had mastered
the alphabet and could make simple
, arithmetical (viloaulntlons.
"In the cheeking of bad habits In
child mi. eonsHlclaualy succo was
jiportttd. more particularly by Dr.
, in-rtllou. who was perhaps the llret
j'i.vstn'HuulcHlly to apply the hypnotic
,nthod to education. Similarly, ac
cording to numerous reports, adults
were cured of alehollsm. tho mor
phine linblt, uxceealvo smoking ami
kindred vices.
"With tho passago of time, too, It
was realised that If, from the thora-
peuuc ainnupoitu, uypnonsm wore
unavailing Iu the treatment of most
physical Ills. It might bo utilised to
alleviate- the pain accompanying
such Ills, nml .In some case to effect
cures Indirectly; po&soaslng probable
curative value In connection with all
maldlea lmvlng luychrfcjU basis,
unless these maladies had progress
ed (rota, the functional to tho or-
iiiiniimiiiiin ii mi
Delegation in Congrt;fl.
Bonator Chns. W. Fulton, ABtoria.
Sonntor Jonathan Bourne, Jr ,
Portland.
Roproaontatlvo W. C. Hawioy, Sa
lean. Roprcsontativo W. R. Kills, Pondlo-
ton.
State Offldals.
Governor, George E. Chamberlain,
Sorotary of State, Frank W. Ben
son. Stnto Troasuror, George A. Steel
Suporlntondent of Publio Instruc
tion, J. II. Ackerman.
Attornoy Gonoral, A. M. CrAwford.
Stato Printor, W. S. Dunlway.
Stato Labor Commisalonor, O. P
I loft.
Supremo Court.
Chlof Jiifltice, Robort 8. Bonn.
Assoclato Justice, Frank A. Mooro.
Assoclato Juetlco, Robort Eakin.
CommisHlonors, W. T. Slater, W.
R. King.
Clerk, J. C. Morolnnd.
Hoportor, R. a. Morrow.
llnlllff, P, II. Raymond,
Circuit Judges, Geo. II, Rurnett,
Salem; William Galloway, McMlnn
vlllo. District Attornoy, John II. Mo-
Nary, Salem.
Other Stato Ofllclals.
J. W. llalloy, Food and Dairy Com
mlsalonor, Portland.
J. W. Rnkor, Gamo nnd Forestry
warden, Cottage Grove
Robt. 0. Yenny, 8tato Health Ofll
cor, Portland.
J. II. Lowla, Stato Englncor, Sa
lem.
E. Gllllngham, SUto Librarian, Sa
lom.
II, O, Vau Duson, State Fish Com
missioner, Astoria.
Cans. V. Galloway, Stato Land'
Agent, Salem.
W. W. Elder, Commander Soldier'
Home, Roseburg.
Mnrlou County Ofllclals.
John II. Scott, County and Probata
Juduc
R. D. Allon, Clork of Courts.
W. J. Culver, Sheriff.
W. Y. Richardson, Treasurer,
E. T. Moorea, Superintendent of
Schools.
F. 4. Rice, Assessor.
11, R. llerrlck, Jr., Survoyor.
J. 0. Neodham, W. H. Goulot, Com
missioners. A. M. Clough, Coroner.
D. G. Drager, Rocordor.
Salem City Oltlctals.
Geo. F. Rodgors, Mayor.
W. A. Moore, Recorder and Police
J ud go.
I). W. Gibson, Marshal and Chle!
of Police.
Frank Meredith, City Treasurer,
A. O. Condlt, City Attorney.
Jas. W. Martin, 8treot Comrals-
slouor. '
Mark Savago, Chief Fire Depart-nont
W. C. 8mlth, Health Officer.
City HUntllng Commlttco.
Ways and Means Jacob, Waldo
Churchill.
Ordinances Greenbaum, Low
Goo4e.
Aceeuats tad Currt MiiB
OsMtrelUll, XUi, Bya,
Iyocal Wholewilo Market.
Eggs 20c.
Buttor 27c; fat, 25&c
lions lie; young chickens, lie.
Local whoat 75c.
Oats 37c.
Barloy $21.
Flour Hard wheat, $5.00; valloy
$3.85 $1. 00'.
Mill food Bran, $10.50; shortS,
$21.
liny Cheat, $8.50 9, and clo
ver, $S.00 por ton; timothy, $11.00
(3' $12.00 per ton.
Onions $4.00 por cwt; potatoes,
$1.00 per cwt.
Hops Choico, 10 lie; primo to
cholco, 8 9c; medium to primo.
8Wc
Chlttlm bark 4 Hi ZT 5c.
Wool 20c.
Mohair 20c.
Tropical Fruits.
Bananne $6.75.
Orangos $3 $4.
LomonB $0.00(5 $0.50.
Itotp.ll Market.
Oats Whlto, $30; whoat, 90c por
bu.; rolled barloy, $27.
Eggs 25c.
Butter Country, 25c; cream-
ory, 30.
Flour Valley, $1.15 $1.20 por
sack; hard whoat, $1.35 $1.40.
Bran 65c por sack; $21 por ton.
Hay Timothy, 75c 85e per cwt;
cheat, 60c; clovor, 55c por cwt.;
short, 95n por cwt.
LIvt'Ktnck.
Hogs Fat, Cci
Cattle 11001200 lb stoors,
i3'jc.
Llghtor toers 3C3 Vic.
Stook hogs 5C6c.
Cows and holfors 900 1000 lb,
Lambs lV6c.
Voal Drossed, 5 7c.
Dry Goods Spiccialj
Coraet Covers, neatly trimmed, at 25c each; Ladles 8leevelc8j 4
good quality, at 10c each; Ladies' Bleovesless vests, extra y,
sizes at 15c each; White embroidered waBk bolts, at 18C t'
Muslin gowns, fair quality, at 75c each; Muslin gown, extra laj
Bizes, at $1.25 each; White Parasols, $1.00 ones at 65c each; pt!
sols, $2.00 variety, at $1.50 each; Ladles' and Misses' 25c ft
white hose, at 18c pair; Figured lawns, pretty patterns, at j,',
10c a yard; Straw hats from 10c up; Canvas gloves, plain orgj
lets, 3 palrj for 25c; Children's 25c knit waists at 15c each; $
broidcrios and laces, from lc a yard up; Men's 50c work shlrti1
40c each; Boy's 45c work shirts, at 38c each; Men'a socks, at r1
pair and up; Men's $2.00 pants, at $1.40; Men's $3 pants atij.'
Shoo dressing, whlto or black, 10c a bottlo. 'j
Come In and See a Store Pull of Bargains
ROSTEIN & GREENBAUM
298-300 Commercial StA
IH
i
A SQUARE DEAL
AND A FAIR TRIAL OF OUR FARM IMPLEMENTS
MACHINERY OF ALL RINDS. IF YOU ARE NOT 8ATISP
WITH A FAIR TRIAL YOU NEED NOT BUY.
I SELL TRACTION AND STATIONERY ENGINES, NICTJQ
AND SHEPARD'S RED RITER SEPARATORS, HAY DAL
STREET AND ROAD GRADING MACHINERY.
AVE HANDLE THE 11U11U WAUUNH, ENGER BUCCB
HACKS AND CARRIAGES.
WIS AUK AUlS.Ylb l'Xm THIS AUKIANUE, IIUCKEYB MOl
ERS, CLIPPER FLOWS AND BLUE RIBBON CULTIVATOR
ALSO SOME SECOND HAND FARM IMPLEMENTS
WAGONS VERY CHEAP.
PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES AT WHOLESALE AXD I
TAIL, GLASS AND STAINS OF ALL KINDS, AND PAINT
SUPPLIES.
BUGGY TOPS, DASHBOARDS, WHIPS, ROnES, ETC.
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED, CIRCULARS AND DESC
TIVE CATALOGUES FURNISHED ON APPLICATION.
GEO. B. JACOB, Pop,
PHONE 101 MAIN
COR. FRONT AND PINE SI
USE
SELF RISING
B. bB,
Flour
For Boston Brown HrquI, Grlddlo O nhes, MullInH and Plum Pod
ALLE.VS B. II. II. FLOUR CO., INC., SAA' Jose, Cnl.
Tolstoi All RlghtT
St. Petersburg, July 16, The re
port that Count Tolstoi is dead or
III is not true. Ho Is In excellent
health.
Portland Wliolisnlo Market.
Wheat Club, 8o; valley, S0c;
hluo stom, SSS0c.
Oats Cholco whlto, $27.50ff$28,
Mlllstuff Bran, $17.
Hay Timothy, $17$1S; alfalfa.
$13.
Votch $S.50.
Poultry Hens, 18c; spring chlck
ons, 17c; dressed ch tokens, 16 17:
turkoys, live, llM2c; aiiokt, Se
0c; plsoons, $1.00f$l.R0,
Pork Best, 6c6c,
Lambs Spring, 994c.
Mutton 6c 7c,
Beef Dressed, 6 6c.
Hops Cholco, por pound, 77.
Wool Valley, coarse to medium,
20C22c; Eastern Oregon, 106 22c,
SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO.
TJmo Cml No. jr w..i..
Juno 10.
Towurtl Portland Passenger.
No. 165:23 a. m., Oregon Ex
proas. No. IS S:30 a. m., Cottage Grove
Passenger.
No. 124:21 p. m., Shasta Ex
press. No. H 9:2S p. m Portland Bx
ptess. Toward Portland Freight
No. 22210:5t e. ra., d4parta
1U3S a. m Portland Fast Freight
No. 22610:40 a. m., departs
ll:3S a. m., Way Freight.
ToM-nnl San Francisco Passenger
. i4 Ai;uo a. m., Shasta Ex-
prcs.
No. 176:42 p.m., Cottage Grove
P&seonger,
No. 169:56 p. m., California Ex-
proa.
No. 131:31 a. m., San Francis
co Siproas.
Toward Sa Kraacisco Freight.
Ne. J3is:33 m m., San Frn.
U Fat rt4gbt.
H, 3U--ll:iS a. a.. rriT.
The Texas TVuuacr.
Cures all kldnoy, bladder and
rheumatic trouble; sold by all drug
gists, or two months' treatment by
mail for $1. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926
Olive streot, St. Louis, Mo. Send
for testimonials. Sold by 8tono's
drug store. dw-lyr
STEER THIS WAY
s
for your Boof, Pork, Lamb. Mutton
and Veal and you will got tho finest
Meat ever killed. Tho tasty, juicy,
appotlzlug kind that makes you
want more aftor the first helping.
Only the boat fed cattle aro evr
killed for our trade, and our cus
tomers may alwayB rely upon tho
very best quality of meat, cleanlv
and properly dresjod, and In every
way fit for tho boat tabloe. 0
F. A. Kurtz
Phone 205 277 N. Com. St.
; H- i I i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m
: : buy : :
:: Paints, Oils, Varnishes, ii
; ; Brushes, Window Glass : :
; ; at ;
ii Fry's Drug Store::
:; .,310 Com'l St., Salem, Or.,.
; ; RFT GOODS PRICES RR. :
'. ! SONARLE. '
THE ORJECT OF TUB JW
TION OF ALL IS ElTLEll
FECTION RAKING POWDER
SUPERR ITS GOODNESS
ONLY RE REST DEMONS
RY ACTUAL ACQCABt
YOU WILL AI'PRECIATE Hi
TRODUOTION TO EPriiET3
FECTION RAKING POWDER
RY ALL GROCERS. MW
TUREI) BY C. M. El'I'LEl',!
OREGON.
DR. KUM
Wonderful CHINESE
Will ti-.af nn with OlIl
and cure any disease without
or pain.
Dr. Knm 1 known 0'
Salem, and has cured mssT
people here. He has uv
tar 20 vm and can bfl
uses many medicines unknow
doctors, and with theffl
e&tarrk, aetkma, lung troi
rattlsm, stomach Uver, t
"UUU, ,1
Dr. Kum makes a speci"
and female troubles, u
cure private diseasw w"
Ue fails. He ft" inB'
okIaI. a4 trirM to
FxitM for Bwdielaes tery
PersM U tfte eoantr
bla&k. St stamp.
If ye mM ti "
k Area w.
M XTTMBOW W?
giulo tai,"
DfrwiUr, fcKMktoa, Wote.U:S,
H-44I Mill I W4-1
l iMik Wk 4i

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