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AL CATOTAL JOTOIJAJJ. flAW OR JON FRIDAY, JULY 1007. iMlBB"BB"""prjri -. il.!l. .... -Jmm atASstrl n. "fc wnat oo you win your uuuiui wuuiu s- J. Xiv,-r8ayaboutfcedInByourhalrwIthAycr,8 MJji i. v JPj.IL tJC Hair Vigor, tne new King x ncanows lYcxf r z that it feeds, nourishes, strengthens The hair stops falling out, grows more rapidly, and all dandruff disappears. w cttbiim tns rormuiM . u.yr ., of Tl our prprtlon. I,owll, Mana. BIRD SUPERSTITIONS. OLD TIMB CELEBRATIONS. Happiness tho Order of the Day, Trntiqtilllty of tho Night. Tho flics of old newspapers tiro n priceless record of tho history nnd manners of their times. Jn tho pa pers of 1700 tho accounts of public rejoicings Bhow that theso wore few in number nnd that tho method of keeping thorn differed widely from our Idens of fefltlvltlen. Washing ton's birthday wnB perhaps tho great est holiday. "Industrious cltlzonB," wo are told, "Appropriated tho hour of noon for tho congratulations of tho day. Each family enriched tho domestic meal with bountiful provisions, nnd gay spirits and tompornto nnd undlasom bled Joy pervaded nil classes." Thoro woro Bpocchos nnd proces sions and Illuminations for tho loss , industrious who woro willing to glvo something moro thnu tho hour of noon to tho colohrntlon, but tho most memornblo obsorvnnco of tho day was that of Harvard students. "Saying to onch othor thnt it would bo dlsgracoful to protond to honor Washington with riot nnd dis order, they retired to their chnmboru beforo 0 o'clock, and by tho tlmo tho bells ceased ringing thoro wns not u light to bo soon In nny of tho build ings." TJila Ib equaled by tho Bumming up of tho colobrntlnns of Fourth of July for tho snmo year, n day ob Borvod with groat rojolclngs. No accidents nro reported, and tho edi tor concludes, "In short, In every placo wo heard from happlnoHs wns tho order of tho day, tranquility of tho night.." Youth'H Companion, o DrafnPM Cannot bo Ottml by local application!, "an they cannot reach ho dleaod portion of tho ar. There le only ono way to euro deafnena ,and that Ut by constitution al remediM. Deafnem Is oatieed by an lnflmed condition of tho mucous lining of the KuMnohlan Tube. When thlfl tube is Inflamed yon hate a nimbllng sound or imperfect hear ing, and when M la entirely clowsd, Deafnw Wi the rtwult, and unless the Inflammation oan be taken out and tkifl tnbo restored to K normal condition, hoarlng will be destroyed forerer; nine oumw out of ion aro eatteed by Catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamod condition of tho tmi cos aurfac, Wo will giro Ono Hundred Dol Jam for any cut of Doafnomi (caiwod by catarrh) tiiat cannot bo cured by Hall 'a Catarrh Curo. Bend for cir cular!, froo, P. J. CIllONBir & CO., Toledo, 0. Sold by drugglfits, 76c. Tako Hall's Family PIIIb for con stipation. o Constipation. For couetipatlon thwo Is nothing quit ik) nloo m Chivmborlatn'e Stom ach and Liter Tablets. Thoy nlwnye produco a plcariattt motomont of tho bow lee without iy dfcwgrooablo of foot. Price, 25 coutn. Bnmploa fo at Dr, Stono'a Drug Store. Queer Beliefs That Were Held by tho Ancient Mariners. Birds as Inhabitants of the air wero naturally chosen by tho ancients as oracles and augurs of future hap penings. Tho Bensltlvenoss to at- Jinosphorelc changos Bhown by many blrd3 aided In establishing these no- Mlncral Masses That Aro Whirling tlons. The real Indications often Through Space. IftirnlBhed by son birds of a coming Btorm or cnlm were doubtless magnl- Tho realms of spaco contain prob- fl0( oy (i,o anxious, superstitious nbly Innumerable massos of solid Iron 'Eallor. MnMBHO i7Z77Trrrf nii 111 ' ''lifMJi II Jill . I I 1 I 1 pKSi 1 1 ill I m I I It ll METEORIC 1101)1 KS. Not Particular. Her Do you like grand opera In Kugllsh? Him -Suro what's tho dlffor oncoT You novor can tM wimt they're saying anyhow. .Cleveland Lender. THE IMillKKQT WAY. tirotvrt of Hnluiu UKIen llnvo Learn cd It. If you suiter from baoknehe, Thoro l only on way to euro It, Tho perfect way U to cure tho kid neys. A bnil baok moans sluk kidneys. Nugluct It, urinary troubles fol low. DoAti'fl iCIdiioy 1M1U ar mad for kldueya only. Aro etuloriHhl by Snlom people. W. J. Carlton, of H(JG Third St., gal o in, Or., saya: "Donn's Klduo) Pills, which I (troourod at Dr. Stono' drug utoro. not only atrongihtjucrd my kidneya but tlta speedily removed tho backacho nnd lamenevs. A rcmo. dy that act with such prompt nnd bpnfldul rosulta as Doan's Klduoy Pill la worthy of all confidence. I can couRrlontlously reeouuuond them to other for I know I uevor had auy mpdlclno of tktf kind equal to them for curing backuoho and kidney trouble." For nlo by all doalera. Prlco 60 ceatn. FoterMUburu Co., UufTalo, Kw York, solo tigfut for tho Unl tt Stale. Kewwubor tho wawp Don and tto oi etkir. or othor minerals which aro whirl Ing along at an Incalculable rate. Occasionally theso mnssos come with in a comparatively few miles of tho earth's atmosphere, and then Instond of crashing to tho ground, carrying dovastatlon In their paths, thoy sud denly become torrlflnally hot and molt away Into an Incnndoscont gas. This Is what Is going on whon wo boo what Is wrongly called a "shoot ing star." Stars do not shoot. Tho sudden flash wo boa Ih tho rosult of tho friction between tho meteoric body and our air. Tho former trav els at such a rate aB to genornto an enormous heat. Occasionally, how ovor, Bolld mnBscs do become com pletely vaporized, but fall to tho earth with a great force. A stono fell In 18GG on tho const opposite Zanzibar. It was picked up by Bomo children hording cnttlo, and nil tho trlbo gathered to anoint It with oil and ornament It with stuffs nnd ponrls as a true divinity como from heaven. Tho mlBslonnry warnings woro unheeded. Ono dny tho warlike Masflal attacked tho trlbo and slnughtored them, whoroupon tho survlvorB lost faith In their fotlch and sold It to tho Munich museum. At Wold Newton, In Yorkshire, England, n meteorlto fell ovor a con tury ago. Scientists woro only thon Horlouly considering Biioh falls. On a Sundny aftornoon, Docombor 13, 1705, in misty wenther during thun der nnd lightning at a dlstanco sud denly thoro camo a iioIbo llko nn ex plosion. A farm Borvant was bo near that ho waB atruclt by Bomo of tho earth thrown up by tho atono as it plungod Into tho ground. It oxen vatod a holo moro than threo foot In dlamotcr nnd wns found Imboddod fnBt In tho chalk rock. This moleorlto Ib about nt big ns a man's bond and enn bo noon In tho Drltlsh miiBOum. AorolltcB pass with enormous speed ncrosB tho vault of tho heavens. As tho norollto falls its speed Ib greatly reduced as It passes through tho ovor thlckonlng atmos pheric strata until finally It descend to tho earth. Lon& Ltio Um Klwgl la Uio popular 017 throughout Bu ropAn countries; whlla in Amorioa, tho cry of tho prtwont day In "Long livo Dr. Klng'a Now Dlaoovory, King of Throat and Lung Romedloal" of which Mm. Julia Ryder Palno, Tru ro, Maaa., tyu: "It, noTor falla to gtvo ImmcHllnto rollof and to qulokly Tho custom of hanging tho sea swallow so that tho bill may point to the wind aroBo from the old time custom of siiBponding the bird by tho feet, oxpoctlng It would renew Its fonthers as, If alive. Divlnntlon by tho flight of birds was a favorite method In tho olden times. Sailors watched their flight for Indications of prosperous voyages nnd favorablo winds. As they woro thought to fly through tho nlr to heaven, they easily became messen gers of tho will of tho gods. Tho albatross is believed by Jack tar to sleep on the winds. It waa nt ono time thought thnt tho petrol hatched Its eggs under Its wings. The klngflshcr wns at ono tlmo kept In chests to keep away moths. Tho flshhawk wns esteemed a brlnger of good luck; It boded good or ovll ns Its cry was to tho right or loft. Thoro was nn old Buporaltlon thnt culls wore novor eeen blooding. Shooting stnrs wero thon supposed to bo the half digested food of win ter gulls. 0 Tho Doctor Awy from Home When Mont Nettled. People aro very much disnppolnt od to And that thMr family phyoiaa Is away from homo whon thoy moot nood hta 0orvlc. DUeasoa llko cramp oolio nnd cholera morbus roqulra prompt treatment, and have In many lnntanocs proton fatal beforo medi cine conld bo procured from or a phyaioian aummoueJ. The right way U to koop on hand a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy No physician can preaoribi a hotter medicine for theM disease. By hating It In the houae you eacape much pain and vffcrlnc and ail risk. Buy It now; H may sate life. For aale by Dr, Stone's Dntc Stcro. Tho Point of View. "You can't got In hero on n half ticket," exclalmod tho doorkeeper nt tho circus. "I thought I could," apologized tho small-town citizen. "I hnvo a bnd oye, and I only expected to sue half of tho show." "Thon you'll hnvo to got two tick ets." ald tho doorkoopor. "If you only bavo ono good oyo It'll tnko you twlco as long to soo tho Bhow." Harper's Wookly. o v For Summer Complaints Dysentery, Diarrhea, Chol era Morbus, Cholera Infan tum, Cramps, Colic, and all Bowel Affections, the safest, quickest-acting and most reli able medicino known is DR. D. JAYNE'S CARMINATIVE BALSAM In eaiee of Crampi, Colic and Dys entery, you want a remedy that acta Immediately that is why you ahould have a bottle of Jayne'a Carminative Daliam always In the house. Sold by all druralots, 23c. per bottle jAYirrs baiutttb mis gentle, tift tad effcctlre wot! mMICIQt. A Ult- lltr. rttliutlc ana pur. aiive. rutniua (of CUUJiea. Deaf Dogs Are Hare. People have been known to ex cubo watch dogs for dereliction of duty on tho ground that the dogs might be hard of hoarlng. This ex euso ought not to go. A veterinary Burgeon of Cleveland remarked that In his thirty-five years' cxporloncj he had novor hoard of a deaf dog. His romnrk led to inqulrlos nmong two or threo other veterlnnrles anl not ono had ovor heard of a dog that couldn't henr. Whon a watch dog or any other dog doesn't henr a man that Is prowling nbout tho house It is becnuse it doesn't want to hear. Horses aro frequently treated by veterlnnrles for dcnfncsB, nnd oven cntB aro hard of hearing occasion ally, but deaf dogs Beom to be un known In Clovelnnd nt least. Cleve land Plnln Denier. Tiki Cliarmluc Woman euro a cough or ould." Mm. Palno'a , nol noCerlly ono of perfect form opinion Is nhnrod by a majority of tho inhnbltnnta of this country. Now Dltjcotory ouroa weA.' lungo and boim throata after all atlor remodlon hato failed; and for oougha and colds It'a tho only auro curo. Ouarantood by J. C, Perry, drugglM. GOo nnd 11.00, Trial bottlo free, o Tho Only Kind Allowed. "Uoos you wlfu allow you to Btuoko In tht house?" "Not tobacco." "What then?" "Only tho ulgan she gnvo mo last ChrUttuiu." Milwaukee Sentinel. and foaturos. Many a plain woman w1k could never eorvo as an artist's iikkIoI, potucewoii t-hoio ruro qunlttleo thnt all ho world ndmlreo; UNitnoM, cloar oyoA, clean, smooth Bkln nnd thnt aprlghtllnouu of atop and action that accompany aooJ honlth, A pbye Icnlly weak woman Is nover attrao ttvo, not oron to horsolf. Hloctrlc Utttora reatoro wek vromon, glto strong juwvcm, bright eyes, smooth, volvoty akin, boAUtiful complexion. Ouarantood at J, C. Perry, druglgst, 50c The Magic No. H. Numbw threM l a wondorful mas cot for Oeo. II, Pnrrls of Cedar Qrovo, Mo., according to a lottor which rends: "After auffurlug inucti with liter and kidney troublo, and -o Her Advnutagi'. "Your daughtor has an ongllo dUposIttou." "Yos; wo always let her have her own way about overythlng." o . Tfcere Arc Few People who know bow to take eare of thomoeivaa tk Majority do not The liter U a moat Important oroa in the body. Uerblne wNI keep it la oonditlon. " V. 0. Bknpkins, Alba, I Teaiaa, wrHee: "I hate need Herbuw 1 ' ....... for Bhilbi and Fetor and And It the bwt medlokie I eter used. I woaid not be without it. It is as goood for children as W ta for gronn-np people ,and I reeommead n. It is fine tor La Orlppe." Sold by D. J. Fry. o The .Mobnimucdnii Oath. Of nil tho many forms of taking tho oath uBi'd In the courts porhnps tho most plcturesquo Is that which tho Mohammodnn Is requlrod to take. It Is a sllont coromony. Tho son of Islam placos his right hand lint upon tho Koran nnd puts tho othor on his forohond; thon he brings his fore bond down to and In contact with the book. Ho thon rises himself mil looks up steadfastly for some sec onds. The olllcer of tho court should thon though he sometime forgets this ask the Mohammedan, "Are you bound by tho ceremony you have porformod to speak tho truth?" and tho answer Is. "I am." In India tho ceremony lias been abolished In favor of nn affirmation. . The Texas Wonor. Cures all kidney, bladder and becoming greatly dtacouroced by tho rhoumatlo trouble; sold by all drug tulluro to find roll. if, I tried Electric j gists, or two months' treatment by Bitters, and ns a riuU I am a wolljinall for tl. Dr. H. W. Hall, 3936 ruan today. Tho first bottlo rollotod.OUto street, 8t, Louis, Mo. Send and threo bottlo completed the euro.' Gu rant ood bedt on earth for stomach, llvor and kidney troubles, by J. 0. Perry druggist, 60c n A Pair of Why. She looming down haulWhy do you wear that yachting cap? You are never on a yacht. He Why do you wear that watch? You are never o time. Bohemian Magailue. - -o lUftchall PUyont and Foot lUcerel IxuiU J, Krugor, ca-eJuunplou long diManco foot raeor of Germany and Hollaud, wrltoe, Oct, 37, 1901: "During my training of eight weks' foot racoe t Salt Ike City, In April Uet, I uil Uallard'e Bnow Llahuent to my gnvatt satietec- tloa. Therefore, I highly rcomnMd now Liniment to all who are troa kle4 with etralu, bmUoe, or rhwM marteta." 2 Co, 5Q and 11.00. Sold ky D, J. Fry, , for testimonial , drug store. Sold by Stone's tw-iyr For Sale, At a bargain, Uio Condelarla Fruit Fnrtu, wituattHl threo-fourthe of a mile from the southern limits of the city. One-half mllo from oleotrlo stroot car lino. One of tko finest locations In Marlon county. A uplondld view of tho beau tiful Wlllamotto river, Polk county, hills, cltv of Dallaa, Monmouth, In dependence and city of Salem, etato fair gromuls, capltol building, asy lum, penltontiar)', asylum farm, muto school, reJorm school, Mts. Ho 1'lrctl the Stick. "I hato fired tho walklng-etlck I'vo carrlwl otcr iO years, on ncconot of a soro that resletod etery kind of treatment, until I tried Bucklen's Arnica Salve; that has hoalod tho soro and mntlo me a happy man,' wrltoa John Garrett, of North MUk, N. O. Guaranteed for Pilee, Burns otc, by J. a Perry druggist. 25c. o Tho Happy Family. Mrs, SerapplHgtOH (In the midst 0: her reatUug) Here Is aa itm which says that full grown rhlno- cerosas cost $12,000 apiece. Mr. Scrapnlngion (meanly) Eh- yahl And Isn't It a pity that women can't woar them on tkelr hats? Smart Sot. FANCY GOODS AT BIG SALE m ! Beautiful line summer dress goods In lawns, dimities, etc. Ladies' beautiful lawn wrapper, trimmed with lace and Insertle: $1.25. Ladles' short klnionas, made up In flowered lawn, 50c up. Ladles' long Jnpnnoso crepe klnionas, $2.50 up. Ladles' short Japanese crepe kimonos from 50c up. Ladles' silk klnionas, ?3,00 up to ?15.00. Ladles' embroidered lnwn and silk waists, $1.15 up to $0.00. Ladies' embroidered hose, 75c up to $2.00. Ladles' lace hose In all colors, blue, pink, white, tan, black, etc. Men's working shirts, 50c up. Just received a big Btock of men's overalls. Men's neckties, 25c up to $2.50, big lot to select from. Men's mumers, sua iiiiuunu, ww , . . ., U We carry n beautiful lino of men's dress shirts, notions, trunks, td-H escopes, bnck and sldo combs, baskets, china dishes, mattings ju -il. I.. ... Innfnrna U HUIE WING SANG CO Chmesc and Japanese Basaa 346Court Street Salem, Ofcgoil Hardwood Floors IN CANS Spread them on your old floors with a good brush, and ban an up-to-dato reception room, dining-room, nail or parlor. Ml ural wood flnlBh, tough, olastlc and durable VARNO-LAC Exactly Imltnto all fine woods, no mattor how old tho surface t bo Btalncd. Tho only artlclo mndo that requires no skill to pre-. duco good results. Avoid disappointment by romomboring to ut for Vnrno-Lack. Made by Acme White Load & Color Worlu, IV trolt, Michigan. GEO. B. JACOB FRONT AND PINB STREETS, NORTH SALKM.PHONB 404. U8M SELF RISING B. B B. Flout For Doeton Brown Bread, Griddle O akes, Mufllne and Tlum rail ALLEN'S B. B. B. FLOUR CO., INC., SAN Joee, Cal. ti, essrs 'tgtg-7 nmuaia ss imwMz sWS WM i IbB bbIv B BSmBsH Dad Barn Qulclly Hmlcd. "I am so delighted with what Jefforeon, Hood, Aduna, Ualnlcx and Chamberlain's Salto kaa done for St. Holona, A gocvl crop now la tho mo hat I fool bound to wrlto and toll orchard, of chorrlos, Ikuilett pears, 'you o," eays Mre, Robert Mytton, peacnoa ami ItalLin pruuoe. if sold In the noxt ton daya tho crop will go with tho slo. This yoar'a crop will moro than ray tho interest on tho In- Toetoaat ttfo yoert ib adYMioe. J. O. VRIQHT, M-lK AmL, ;&7 JWin St., Hamilton, Ontario. "My Uttlo daughtor kod a bad burn on bar knee, 1 applied Chambor laln'e Salre and It beolod beautiful ly." TW asdro aJlnfe th pain of a bwrm alwoei leeUy. R k for sale kr Dr. tUaVa Drc SHore. IiOOKIXG FOR SOMETHIXO to make the breakfast a dellcht aa woll as a fortlflor for tho day? Tht Capital Bakory's frsh baked rolls will help out amazingly. It's a mat ter of pride with us to turn out rolls, broad, pies, cakea and all kinds of pastry to make tho household heal thy and happy, Trlnl orders pleaso. CAPITAL BAKERY, C. ULLOM, Prop. Phono No. 380. I THAT YOU WILL MAKE It POINT TO BUY EPPLEYS F FECTION BAKING POWDER. CAN SAFELY RELY ON ITS GITI SATISFACTION AT ALL Tl AVE PARTICULARLY PRIDE OH SELVES ON ITS EXCELLENT ING QUALITIES. VVT & J EVERLASTING JARS AND JJ GLASSES. FOR SALE AT J GROCEItS. MAXUF. B " EPrLEY, SAIJBM, OREGON. 2 THPVAinui.ii 9 mil. 1 jiji inwt PRESSING PARLOR Suit cleaning and pressing. All kinds of dyeing work. Calls by phone delivered without charge 444 Court street. Phone Main 3fil. v a Wo,---!.- w . . , w, ,,utuuutr, prop ib HOLUCTET.'S Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggetf A Buy MJ.ai.4 f r Bsiy Ptot. Briac. Q.U.a Hn:Ui tad Kwiw ti Vfgr HHSSISBeI WtEN NUfiEETS FM lULfiW PW-' Salem Fence Vf&l Headqaarters for Wovea Fencing. . zoning, tricKs, uhi"i " - -m k u, iteaay icoouuk, " - and AdJusUble Window Scr All at lowest prices. Walter Morley 250 Court St Sate, WILLAMETTE FRUIT - avnPROBi' Wholeeale dealer and ct3 mercaanu. wa ""- - h. Mc, Foaltry, c Tl .a n 1 tvu.4 rVttl itj um, Or,; J, a BtapWe. Are, Ptiai.