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DAILY CAriTAL JOURNAL, SALHM, OREGON FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1007.
3 feci; adcast ,I0..S.JBulP down what. roung D' u " may bo offered you t u want to Know ; wh,ch ,oS .tomwh whether - Lcdic.'no? . ,cnSblo people lote,,,V.nn knowing what they PJftiS m M medicine , ffhemtf - -- . a perfect Iiw'T:, - n Pnch bottle- i aro raauo oi This he feels - I 1 ABZTi-trif1 inn :riiU7T771lTve virtue .ta nnpminr WL'tiK' cure ol wow-.. - --"-om-nts. M Rent headaches, back- lJSown aln or distress In EraggpK-oowii i , accom. IbdomJMi or y 3w ,-.,- LSl'draln nnd kindred symp i Dr. Wor. toriw ... i a most eiiiciem. iw")' pll.iw pflectlvo In curing painful MnZiSnJ ? strength to nursing i'.V In preparing the system o, d - . ii,rtp Tnr mi lit n l.uuiiiimi Kr ch db rth ifo and com fcodering c" ,, rnvor to Pre- Mr pain.i". fitrenBthonlnG t e :cn? rnT system and to the "2J5 cures nervous exhaustion, 1 n?anM.euralgla, hysteria. L JhsKa Or Ol. Vliuao uiiiiv-v, -- llitieoing ii' '"."'-;: ,ii9. THE WESTERN "CAYUSE." M, ?." no 'organs. E.l3ENdie.! authorities of all the !Twi lite Prescrip uon . .-. --s tryoumVradVhnrthev ?wiirW by sending a postal card ffi a rw boolclot of oxtracti M authorities, to Dr. R. V. Invalids' Hotel and Surgical In : nnffalo. N. Y.. and It wllf come to 'return post. CURED BY THE SHOOK. luting Shoes jj r scashoro and mountains. styles In loathors nnd can dles $2.25 Tan Shoos now $2-00 :n's $3.50 Tan Shoos now 9300 illdrcn's Tan Low ShooB $1.25 now 91.00 lildren's High Shoes $1.75 nnd $2.00 WHITE CANVAS SHOES ir Men, Womon and Chil dren at lowest prices. Jacob Vogt ji 345 SUto Street. ; miiiiiiii u n in ii m Onco Flouted Outcast of tlic Range Is Now "Lionized." Tho Caldwell News says of tho xi8C3 of the cayuse horse' of the wodt, which Is now being "lionized" In eastern cities: Flvo years since nil tho western railroads , demanded 'prepayment or n good guarnntee of freight charges on au range norses irum uregon, Idaho, Nevada, Montana or Utah. This wbb at a time when It took a pretty fair animal to soil for $30 nt tho Missouri river. This same ani mal could bo had on the range for $13. About this time Great Britain sent men hero to pick up cavalry horses for the Boer war and ever sice, the cayuse has been treated with more respect until today he Is ranked among tho very best animals of the range. Tho Idaho cayuse can work up to 20 years of ago and give tnlgthy good Bcrvlco, too. Ho la nt bis best at 10. HIb best remains with him for four or five years. Ho Is an apt pupil nnd takes his schooling with varied degress of willingness or wilfulness. Unlike the mule Is he. No ono but a veterinary can tell when a mulo la going to kick, but most any ono can decldo this point for the cayiiBC, for he, carries his Blgn always with him. If ho is going to kick, you know it. Not by any means do they all kick. In his breaking ho Is frequently ruined, but this Is more often tho fault of the cayuse man than tho cayuso horse. Ho 1b misunderstood and maligned and whipped half to death oftentimes when It has not been at all necessary. Caldwell Ib a grent Bhlpplng point for tho cayuse. Ontnrlo Just over itho Oregon lino, Ib .another point whero this product of tho rango is made to tako Its first railroad ride. In tho Interior from Caldwell, vast rango districts Ho open to tho cayuso. Tho rustlor comes nlong and carries away a carload occasionally, but not as of yore. It Ib too easy to catch a car now by telegraph. Tho railroads, too. render moro service of late In apprehondlng horsothloves than they used to. Tho Caldwell drnft team nearly al ways goca to Soattlo or Portland, where a first claB3 well-matched and woll-broko span will bring from $-100 to $500 and n fancy driver that stands between tho shafts llko a per fect ploco of machinery, will brlns readily $250 hlniBolf and up as high ab $400. East Oregonlan. Tdner Thought Ho Ilnd Broken His Leg While In Ills Cups nnd Quit. iiiinniiimi im Mn (em's Favorite 1 Best Cooking RKST EATABLES ! CHOICEST FRUITS Always Sorvod at tho Vhitc House Restaurant : McQllchrlst & Son., Props. Hiiiii 1 1 n i m 1 1 1 1 1 m Jones. In spite of being a really kindly, honest fellow, with a loving wife, a cozy home and a. flourishing young family, wa3 raptdly becoming a slave to drink. Night nftor night ho wont homo In a state which made his little wife heartsick, until Bhc, with a woman's rendy wit, devised n scheme, nnd with tho aid of tho fam ily physician gave Jones such a shock that ho probably never will drink again, says tho New York PreBS. Llko nil other men, Jones usually lost all recollection of his actions after he had reached a certain period of lntoxlcatlbn. When, flvo or bIx weeks ago, he arrived at his homo In a fit Btato for tho experiment his wife had him put to bed. As he lay there, dead to tho world, tho doctor put his right leg Into a casing of plnBtor of 1 parls and Bpltnts, taking care to bind them so tightly that when Jones re covered consciousness all sense of feeling would have loft tho limb. It was n pathetic scone, mixed with grim humor, when Jones awoke tho next day and was told that In trying to find tho keyhole ho had fallen down tho area and broken his leg. Ills remorso was augmented by tho pressuro on 1i!b leg,, which tho doc tor took pains to keep nllvo at each successlvo dressing, and by tho tlmo Jones had been In bed a month all dcslro for stimulants had left him. It Is not likoly ho will drink to excess again, but if he reads this story of his loving wife's now euro for tho alcoholic habit he will surely drop that limp which ho now affects during his dally walk down Broadway. Often The Kidneys Are Weakened by Over-Work. Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. It used to be considered that only urjnary and bladder troubles were to be traccu 10 tlic Kiuneys, but now modern science proves that nearly nil diseases have their beginning in the disorder of these most important organs. The kidneys filter and purify the blood rvi flint i tnpir worn. Therefore, when your kidneys arc weak or out of order, you enn understand bow quickly your entire body is affected and bow every organ sccui9 to fail to do its duty. If you are sick or " feel badly," begin taking the great kidney remedy, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, because as soon as your kidneys are well they will help all-the other organs to health. A trial will convince anyone. If you are sick you can make no mis take by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy, is soon realized. It staiula tlic mgiicst tor us woimcnm cures of the most distressing cases, nnd is spld on its merits by an druggists in fifty-cent and one-dollar size liottlps. Ymi mnv lin.n n entllnlp TfMll ...... M.Mf.UA4 by mail free, also a pamphlet telling you HOW IU 111IU UUW 11 jfKJU HUVli Jk.u.li-J v. bladder trouble. Mention this paper when writing to Dr. Kilmer & Co., lling hamton, N. Y. Don't make any mistake, but remember the name, Swnmp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the ad dress, Biughamton.N.Y., on every bottle. m nnimn ieiiatMiaiiaii4-ilflltflllllfi w CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT ! tb rOB BALK. For Sale Two alnglo top buggies, In first-class condition. Ono rub ber tired. Apply to C. V. Ynnnko, Fashion stables. Telepliono 44. 7-18-tf For Sale A full blooded JerBey cow,, fawn color, 4 years old, gentlo nnl n good mllkor, test 6J per cent, ntt a bargain; 725 South 12tU St., across from Yew Pnrk grocory store. 7-17-3t. LODGES. Foresters of America Court Sher wood Forestors, No. 19. MeeU Tuesday In Hurst hall, State atreel Loo Abble, O. R.; A. L. Brown, F. S. Tako tho Postmaster's Word for It. Mr. F. M. Hamilton, postmaster at Chorrycalo, Ind., koopa also n stock of general morclmndlso nnu patont modlclnoa. Ho nays: "Cham borlaln'a Colic, Cholorn and Dlar rhooa Romody is standard horo in It lino. It noTor falls to giro satisfac tion and wo could hardly afford to bo without it." For Balo( by Dr. Stono's Drue Storo. MimganfjnjMMatt MEALS 15c AT THE Salem Restaurant 330 COURT STREET. Call and try thorn. Meal 'C. Board per week $2.75, '0 furnished rooms tery asonablo. angaeiasaaigiaait fod Past Flout j W by THE SYDNEY POW- COMPANY, Sidney, Oregon. ! " ior lamuy dm. Ak your "r for it. Bran and eliorte 7 on hand. Best Medicine In Umj World for Colic nud Diarrhoea. "I find Chamborlaln'B Colic, Chol- ora and Dlrrhooa Romody to bo tho beat romody in tho world," says Mr. O. L. Cartor of Sklrum, Aln. I am aub Joct to oollo and diarrhoea. Lt spring it aooraed oa though I would die, and I think I would if I hadn't takoa Chamberlain's Ooll.c, Cholera and Diarrhoea Romody. I haven't been troubled with it since until this wook, when I had a vory aovoro at tack and toot half a bottlo of twen-ty-flro ennt elzo Chamborlnln's Colic, Cholora and Diarrhoea Romody, and thia morning I fool llko a now man." For wvle by Dr. Stono's Drug Storo. Tho Dread of Death. Granted that It is tho will of God that wo shall remain on earth and Hvo our appointed, lives there, It Is OFsentlnl that mankind should feel tho dread of death. Without that dread tho world could hardly remain peopled. Tho dread of death la to the soul what tho law of gravity la to tho body. It anchors ub to tho earth. Without that dread to weigh us down and keep ub to tho globo half mankind would bo driven by curiosity, by tho lovo of change, by tho decad of ennui, by what Bacon calls "nlceness and satiety," to push open tho closed door and see what 13 beyond. . Children and a few very happy nnd eaally pleased people might perhaps say they would not explore farther and thnt they were perfectly content with things as they are. St. James' Gazette. Highland Store. Wo handle a full lino of groceries and fresh meats and have lately put In n supply of tinware. Call and lcavo order or phone 49C, nnd try ub for prompt dellvory. W. D. Wheeler. 7-16-lm Vogct Lumber and Fuel Co.- Lum ber ,hlnglce, building material, wood and coJ. Low price and prompt deliveries. One block oast of S. P. posrengu depot. Phono 198. 7-2-tf For Swle Now and eeoond-hand fur- nlturo, kitchen utonelhs, bicycloe, tcnta and camping outntfl. W aro money-savora for pur euBtom ern. Conrad Dlllman. 6-26-lm .i For Sale RogloboreU Berkshire hone, elro by Wwtorn Star 3d, 88,046, bred up oIobo to grand ebamplon of St. Louis exposition, good piano binder. H. A. Clark, cornor B and Sixth streets, Pleas ant Home addition to Salem, Ore son. 6-20-lm Central Lodge No. 18, K. ot r. Castle Hall In Holman block, cor ner State and. Llborty street, Tuesday ot each week at 7:S0 . m. Osoar Johnson, C. C; E. H. . Andoreon, K. of R. and S. Modem Woodmen of America -Oregon Cedar Camp No. D240. MeeU every Thursday ovonlng at 8 o'clock in Holman hall. Y. "W Hill, V. 0.; F. A. Tumor, Clerk. Woodmen of World Moot ovory Fri day night at 7:30, in Holman hall, J. A. Dickey, C. S.; P. L. Frailer, Clerk. Lincoln Annuity Union. Sick, aocA dent and ponslon Insurance; $2, ' 000,000 pledged; ovory claim paid Good agents wanted. J. H. Cv, Montgomery, supremo organizer. Box 482 Salem, Oregon. R. R. Ryan, eecrcctary, 640 State street. .FLT7MBXKS. Thoo. M. Barr Plumbing, hot wate and steam hoatlng and tlnnlag, 164 Commercial street Pho Mata 192. 9-1-ly For Sale Old papers, 10 cents per hundrod. Inquire Journal oSce. ' ' FOR RUNT P. R. Wff AGENT iiuiMiiMmiimmi perior Restaurant W nigh street, UpetAlre. st-dass In all appointments. A for ladles and gentlemen to get nds of Chlneso dishes aad the 8 LI Hung Chung Chop Suey akama. R H. Baker rtoWheyScaYow Co., Prop BUTTERNUT rdfah U Wortk at Uaa asy etkw i. yet tke rUe mo aigkec. t your groAer's. OALWOiUflA MAJOWtT. Tko & 0, prt Your Liver is out or ordor. You go to bed In a bad humor and get up with a bad tasto in your mouth. You want aomothlne to stimulate your liver. Just try Horblne, the, liver regular- tor. A poaltlvo cure ror uonsiipa tlon, Dyspepsia and all liver com plaints. Mra. F , Ft. Worth, Tex as, writes: "Have used Herblno In my family for years. Words can't express what I think about it. Brabody In my household are hap py aad well, and w owe It to tur bine. Sold by D. J. Fry. His Smile. Old Hunks (Bitting for his photo graph) what are you asking me to look pleasant for 1 Blame it, ain't I stalling. Photographer Yea, sir; that's why I m asklag ya to try to look pleasant. Chicago Trlbuie. Milk in Turkey. In Turkey thoro Ib a great con sumption of tho milk of tho buffalo, tho common cow, tho goat nnd tho owe, but It Is hnrdly over used In a natural state. Aftor Blow cooling the milk is treated with a ferment taken from tho previous day's Btipply. In a fow hours a curd forms which Is called yaghoun. Tho preparation Is proforrcd to milk, and it has n pleas ant, clean, acid tnBto and Is, of courso, nutritious. o Notlco of Intention to Improve a Portion of Broadway Street in tho City of Salem, Oregon. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notlco Is horoby glvon that tho common council of tho city of Snlom, Oregon, deoms It oxpedlont to lm provo, and proposoa to Improvo, Broadway street In said city from a point 518 foet south ot tho contor lino of Bolmont stroot, northorly to tho contor lino of Norway street In said city, except a atrip eight feet wldo In tho confer of Bald portion of Broadway atroot now occupied by tho track of tho Oregon Electric Co., with full IntersoctlonB In tho follow ing manner, to-wlt: By grading tho roadway of said portion ot said stroot full width ox- cept a said strip eight foot wldo In the center of said portion ot said street, with full Intoraoctlona to the proper sub-grado, and by thoroughly rolling tho sub-grado of said strcot and by placing thereon crushed rock in layors to tho dopth of eight inches, and by thoroughly rolling Bald crushed rock. Also by constructing wooden curbs along both sides of Bald portion of said street. All of said Jmprovomonta to bo mado in accordanco with tho charter of tho city of Salem, Oregon, and tho plans, specifications and estimates for tho dolug of said work horotoforo adopted by tho common council of said city and now on filo In tho office of tho rocordor of said city, to which said plans, specifications and esti mates tho attention of all persons In terested In Bald Improvement Is horo by called. The coat of all of said Improve ment to bo assessed to the owners of property adjacent to said portion of said street hereby proposed to bo Improved. Remonstrances against the above Improvement may bo filed in writing with tho city recorder of said city within ton days from tho final publi cation of this notice. By ordor of the common council of the city of Salesa, Oregon. W. A. MOORSfi, Recorder, Date of Anal FU!tl ot this ao-tlo to July 2 17. BUILDING A HOUSE Wo can supply you with the lum ber you nsfed at the prise that will materially economize In the codt JuBt como and seo us and look over our yaraB. t GOODALE LUMBMl CO., Yards Near Depot. For Rent Furnished or unfurnished houso, or would soil; and also smaller place. Enqulro of Mm. A. Strong, 483 South Commorclal Btroet, or phono 1447. 7-13-lwk M. J. Petsek Plumbing, eleam al gas fitting. Bueecesor to Kaox M Murpky, 220 Commercial street, 'Phone Mala 17. ' '"' - WANTED. For Heat Seven-room house, hot and cold water, electric light, hath room. Inquire of Aug. Schrelb er, 560 North High street. 3-25-tt Send the Family Washing To Us and you'll never bother with having It done at home again. Time was whea every family could not afford to send the washing to a laundry, bul times have changed so, tea, hare the methods and prices. Today you can better afford to sead the family washing here than not to. Ask about our prices on family wash tog, rough dry, or finished. The Salem Steam Laundry 18-lfHt H, Liberty HS. Piicae 9S. es V.irnFSSJ'' cjTUyHiiSht DON'T LET TJII8 HAPPEN Put these good resolutions that you made on January 1st Into effect nt onco by replacing your old plumb ing with the newest ideas in sanitary open plumbing, nnd you will bo rid of tho nnnoVanco of leaking plpoa and flooded floors, as well as doctor's bills. Wo will furnish estimates for plumbing, gas fitting and satisfaction is guaranteed as to workmanship and charges. A. L. FRASER 258 Btato Street. Phono ISO. 1 ?! '"" " Bemurn UtMtmnna. W m """TerAU.jw.iiU'.iBKwdiji.iu. 1 I UmTIDUIOicllfa ..... . W-ZZlzT-m . " -"- fc"gTK. ra. bj SoW Sakm by Dr. S. C Sfonf MIBCKLIiANUOUB. no Xmuir L. L. woods, piano W pert tuning, repairing and polish lng. Leave orders at Geo. O. Wills' music store, Salem. 2- 8-lyr ranted To lonso for sovoral a good houso, with convonloucos; fnlrly near business aoctlon or cnpltol. "A. B. G.," enro of Jour nal. 7-18-tt Wanted To borrow $1000 oa tho best of real oBtato socurlty. Ap ply to "J. P.," caro Journal office. 4-20-tf IUlgliest Cash Price Paid for ehlck- ens at Willamette Hotel. 4-19-tI Wanted Compotcnt girl for gonoral housowork In small family. Apply nt 150 North 13th Btroet. 7-17-3t Concrete Work. Get my prices oi sidewalks, curbs, septic tanks and cement work of any kind. AU work guaranteed first-class. M Ward, Highland add. Phone 569 6-11-tf Butte A Wenderoth Fine wines, liquors and cigars. We handle the celebrated Kellogg and Castle whiskies. Cool and refreshing beer constantly on drough. South Commercial street 9-8-lyr Salem Iron Works. Founders, ma chlnlsts and blacksmiths. Manu facturers of all kinds of sawmill maehtnery. Hop and fruit drying stoves, etc. Manufacturers ot the Salora Iron Works Hop Press. Salem Box A Lumber Co. Removed from South Salem to 14th street, near the S. P. depot. Boxes, Berry Crates, Fruit Trays and Perfection Fruit Evaporators. Phone 201. Bnlarged . Our meat market on East State street has been doubled In size and we are better prepared than ever te serve customers. Prompt service and the best ot meats our motto. Call or phone 199. B. E. Edwards, Prop We Aro CraU Piirclwwwrs Of poul try, eggs, and all kinds of farm prodneo. Berry crates mado up In unlimited quantities'. Capita) Commission Co., 267 South Com mercial street, Salora Phono Main 179. Sf" THE BEST ROAST THE FAMILY iWEIt HAD Can bo obtained from our prima tendor and Juicy beof, mutton or pork. All our montu aro solocted from tho choicest, .and proparod for tho tnblo to suit tho demands ot tho foBtldloua. Our prices aro lower for quality than you can find at any placo In Salem, E. C. CROSS, Phono 201. .'170 State St. DRAYMEN. Cuininliiw Hroa.' Transfer Company All klndB of transfer work done. Furniture and pianos boxod ready for shipment. Prompt sorvlco la our motto. Stand and office at 253 South Commorclal street. Phono 210. Residence Phono 968. SASH AND DOOR FAOTOXTJU. aak m. jirewH. 'Masuraoiurer o sash, doore, BoahUage. All kiads oi bouse finish aad hard wood work Frost street, bet. State aad Oosrt Make all coionlalst at the ofnea. nT CJiCHKTESPILLS, U1U4 M4 hi. luld wMh S&XrStfM-t --- k m u -- ftnJUa. AJvatuae ILaJUiata WkHiwrnsmmmm MUSICAL. Arthur Von Jeesea Teacher of pi ano; touca, tecnaien, interpreta tion, Thorough preparatory eourse Advanced students prepared for pufclie appearanee, Xesidenee (Ct Gfrftter ft. Tel. Main E2v. Z-28-tf. J. M. LAWRENCE Formerly Baker, Lawrence &. Baker. Reliable Grocer, At the Old Stand SALEM WATER COMPANY OFFICII OTTY HAIili. For water eerviee e-pply at ofllc BllU payable raostbly la clr O C. T. Co. STEAMERS POMONA AND ORECONA LEAVH FOR PORTLAND DAILY, KXCKIT SUNDAY AT A, M. P. H BALDWIN, Afc 'i&tmHmumwfi -