Newspaper Page Text
DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1007.
More 10 Germ GIL Z, in fJcrninnj". -ran of Cologne (W1 !'. '..unu-lnir report con- r9ll5hI collar district l-sWbIs. .Mrh comprises the TiUdlslrl.'n,.niah Prussia, has Pdewted to grain grow ls lliheDrlnlcpal vino fe,, iitrlct of Germany. The UiWPPM" "V f Rhino. Mo- Jtl Recording to the , on whose uuiu.." - -- - fei district has many manufact I no district nonuiation .. centers "" - iirllr 'e,lulrC3 grCat qU ft51" ' . . . soafonnnnn. f regetahics iur .-----. ' .. ...i.i..a fho nrea of till- rbnd that could bo devoted to W 1JU mi., fnntii nrn jsnd grasses. iu .. tt nmhnhlv averag- rjrttt and one-half acre each, I" j....tn.i n nnv kind U the Pee o"olfcU " , train Is restricted. It Is no un- 1 tiling 10 b"? i"" . j -Ma nnrt 40 or more n "---- lilong on wnitu o.-" o . uf m'i imrlov. oats. ,., clover, alfalfa and vegeta- , tnltlration Is all br hand and L? Intensive. Two crops are i each year ana a system ui ru , avails. Everything that will fertilizer Is saved and applied. i ilghwavs are swept In summer iicraned In winter and tho dust I Ml utilized for fertilizing pur- Nothlnc goes to wasto and we are no spots whore weeds . Dosses3lon. All tho soil that I tot produco grain or vegetables aj there Is a great deal of that al la Germany Is planted with L -se kind of forest tree, spruce pre dial. Bye li tho prevailing grain, with llei! next. No great amount or nij, barley, flax or buckwheat li Iroduced. Tho grain grown Is all banned at homo, but falls far liirt of supplying tho demand. i:nr beets aro also grown. o Acuto Rheumatism. i twp tearing or wrenching pains, uloned by getting wot threugh: i then at rest, or on first mov- I tie limbs and In cold or damp n'ler, li cured quickly by Bal- i'l Scow Liniment. Oscar Olcson i City, III., writes, Feb. 1G, '02. tr ago I was troubled with a ih my back. It soon got so bad Mwt bend over. Ono bottlo of ti Snow LInlmont cured mo." 3ijD. J. Fry. rfi 'i r'OT II I'.T 1 1 PUfm ALlUlim. n nr,. ..'l- Sff'teFtoifaptllfciiifc. PfomofesDigMHonJrerfy-j m Opiuju.MarphJae norMiicraiJ NOTNAKCOTir?. t VWoW- Aperfect Remedy for Ojji. "vm.ouji aiocoai.uiarriBta irormsA.om'nisionsJ'wrt "Ma andLoss OFSleep. he Sink Signafareof NEWYOBK. eedundfTtheFbod Py of Wrapper. '? r:sg Falling hair is caused by perms at the roots of the hair. Dandruff Is caused by germs on the scalp. Your doctor knows why Ayer's Hair Vigor, new improved iWMHIIIHi formula, quicaiy uesiroys mese germs. Makes the scain clean and hc.nlthv. We publlfh the formulae J.O.ArarOo,. of all our preparation!. ItOweU, Mui! Mischief Done by Porcupines. Prlvato owners of timber lands In northern Michigan have lately re ported that serious damage has beep caused tho 'hemlock forests In that section by porcupines, and on one tract of 500 acres It Is said that fully one-half tho valuable trees havo been destroyed by the little animals. It Is well known to woodmen that porcupines do much damage whore they becomo numerous, but It Is not often that they occur In largo num bers. Tho district in northern Mich igan whero tho treos damage is re ported la said to bo overrun with, tho animals of many quills, which cause damago both by slipping oil tho young buds In tho spring and later by stripping tho trees of their bark. It Is not likely that much can bq dono to check this loss. Thero is an unwritten law in tho lumber woods agalnBt killing a porcupine, unless It Is needed for food. It Is an ani mal that can bo killed with a stick by any ono lost in tho woods, and old timber cruisers say that It haB saved many men who were on the verge of starvation. g 9100 Reward, 9100. Tho readers of this papor will bo pleased to learn that thero Is at least ono dreaded dlscaso that sclenco has been ablo to euro In all Its stages.and that Is catarrh. HnH' Catarrh Cure Is the only posltlvo euro now known to tho medical fraternity. Catarrh to tho medical fraternity. Catarrh be ing a constitutional dlseaso, requires a constitutional treatment. Half's Catarrh Curo Is tnkon Internally, act ing directly upon tho blood and mu cous surfaces of tho systom, thorony destroying tho foundation of tho dls caso, and giving tho patient strognth by building up tho constitution and asslssting nntur.o In doing its work. Tho proprietors havo so much faith in Its curatlvo powers that they off or Ono Hundred Dollars for any case that. It fails to curo. Send for list of testimonials. Addross F. J. Che ney & Co., Toledo, 0. Sold by druggists, 75c. Tako Hall's Family Pills for con stipation. The Speed Limit. An Englishman, an Irishman and a Scotchman woro ono day arguing as to which of tho tlireo cotintrloj possessed tho fastest trains. "Well," said tho Engllshmnn, "I'vo boon In ono of our trains nnd CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use Over Thirty Years CASTORIA THKINTAUaOII.AMV NCW TO AXCrTV. SELF RISING Ba Ba B.a Flout Bears the AA, Signatoeyn)' va For f eltVH IBriinii RIW IMRIIWIIII i Griddle O akes, Mhm m4 Hum Pn1(Wnt -. . riXJUJt CO INO SAX Jm, W. the telegraph poles havo been Uko a hedge." "I'vo seen tho milestones nppcar llko tombstones," said tho Scot. "Bo Jabors," said Pat, "I was one day In a train In my country, nnd wo passed a field of, turnips and n flolll of carrots, alsp a Held of cab bago and parsley, then a pond of water, and wo were going that fast I thought I was broth." London Tlt-BIts. o Gnrb of .tho East I ml Inn. In Amorlca, In China, and In moat countries of tho world, with tho ex ception of India, the clothing used Is woven in wholesale lengths, and tho tailor does the rest. In India the cloth Is woven into tho required shapes and sizes, and but rarely cut to fit tho body Dhootles, sarrloa and chadars, the three great Indian cloths, aro used as they are woven, and aro not touched by needle or scissors, Tho Mohammedans usually wear garments requiring tho uso of a tailor, but tho great bulk of the Hin doo population, either from motives of economy or from avorslon to do part from established custom, pro for simpio loom-mado garments, and to many orthodox Hindoos made-up clothes aro an abomination.' Tho majority of tho population, there fore, still wear tho dhootlo and tho snrrle, though tho upper classes aro day by day gradually assimilating tho customs of th.o Mohammedan and European races, and around the largo cities this Is very noticeable. An Instnnco of this Is the fact that for a certain class tho costumo Is Indian to tho wnlst, and European upward; that Is, bare legs and n loin cloth, finished off with a Euro pean coat. In India thoro Is moro variety and intormlxturo of styles than is to bo found anywhere olso on earth, nnd to n stranger It seomB that tho nu tlvo wears Just as little or Just as much clothing ns ho chooses, nnd of whntover stylo or pattern thnt Httlts his Individual fancy. As a mnttor of fnct, however, cus tom, which Is Btrongor in India than in China oven, has sot cortnln stylos and patterns for cortnln classes and sects, and theso aro nB nrto rigidly adhorod to. Ono who has been long In India can toll from a nntlvcs's clothing and stylo of dress his reli gion, tho section from whence ho hails, and othor characteristics. Tho Hindoo usually wears tho tur ban, the Mohammedan tho fez. In Bombny tho MarathnB seldom wear printed cottons, tho Gujarats almost Invariably do so. In Bongal tho na tives prefer a dhootlo with a narrow rod or black border. In tho central provinces they prefer n fancy col orod strlpo, etc. Almost ovory race nnd cisto ha Its fuvortto color and stylo of cloth ing. Moslem ceremonial law forbldd tho uso of puro silk by mon, excopt In war, or used as nnrrow borders, so mixed silk and cotton fabrics aro largely worn by tho bottor clnssw, especially In tho Mohnmmednn sec tion of tho country, which Is tho northwost. Thoro nro" threo cloths that aro typical of tho Inhabitants of India and of India alone, and hav6 boon tholr dl3tlnctlvo.garmont3 for thou sands of yearB, or at least from times anterior to tholr contact with tho first European ndventurers. These typical cloths aro dhootles, sarrles and chadars, which with tho pngrls or turban aro all loom-mado garments only. To theso might be added tho "choll," which Is tho Ilt tlo bodice now largely worn Uy Hin doo womon below tho sarrle; tho "susl," which Is tho Btrlpod cloths used In tho trousors worn by Mo hammedan womon; and the "fard" or "razl," a largo shoulder sheet, often quilted. Tho "palanposh," similar to the razl, and also ofton quilted, used as a bed cover; tho floor cloth, or "sat'ranjls," and tho rug or "darl," sums up tho list of tho chlof textile articles of nattvo dress and housohold use. The medium flno dhootles, sarrles and chadars aro all Imported, but thero Is a very largo nattvo manu facture of tho coarser grades, and also of tho finest grade's, tho hand looms in tho latter case running on imported yarn. Consular Roport. , o Tho Wmit of Life. The most eminent medical scien tists aro unanimous in tko conclu sion that tho generally accepted limi tation of human life Is many years below the attainment possible with the advanced knowledge of which tho race is now possessed. The cri tical period, that determines Its dura tion, seems to be between 60 and 60; the proper care of the body during thlB docado cannot bo too strongly urged; carelessness then being fatal to logevlty. Nature's best helper aft er 50 Is Electric Bitters, the scien tific toalc siedlclne that revitalizes every orgaa of tke body. Guaranteed by J. O. Perry, drufgUt. 50c. DR. ADDISON'S DESCRIPTION OF ANAEMIA Symptoms. Clearly Stated by Famous English Physician. CONSIDERED IXOURAIJLE THEN Synopsis of n Recent Cluirocteristic Cast nt Jackson, Mich, la Which u Thorough Curo Was Ef. fected by Dr. Williams Pink Pills. Dr. Thomas Addison, of London, was ono of the foromoat figures in tho medicine world during tho past century and his description of tho symptoms of anaemia will probably never be Improved upon. Ho sayBt "It makes It approach In so slow a manner that tho patient can hardly fix a date to tho earliest feeling of languor which la shortly to becomo so extreme. Tho countonanco gets pale, tho whites of tho eyes becomo pearly, tho framo flabby. Thero Is an Increasing Indisposition to exertion, with an uncomfortablo feeling of fnlntness or brcathlessncss In at tempting it. The heart palpltatos, tho wholo surfaco of tho body pre sents a blanchod .smooth and waxy appearance. Tho lips, gums nnd tonguo Beem bloodless, tho flabblness Increases, tho appotlto falls, oxtroma languor and falntnosB follow, breathlessness and palpitation nro produced by the moBt trifling exer tion or emotion nnd Bomo slight swelling b probably perceived about tho ankles.. Tho debility becomes extreme." In Dr. Addison's tlmo anaemln was regarded as hopelessly Incurnblo and in Its chronic stage, called por Blstcnt, pernicious nnnomln, It Is Btubborn In resisting oven modorn raothods. But In Its carltor stages It finds a ready remedy In Dr. Wil liams' Pink Pills and these pills havo cured cases almost without number. But, as Dr. Addison says, tho dlseaso Is stealthy In Its approach and may bo well advanced boforo It is detect ed. On this account It is ndvisnbto to begin treatment as Boon ns the first symptom Is noted. In cany cases annemln follows soino form of stomach or bowel trouble. This was tho oxporlonco of Mrs. B. Brown, of 308 CohunbUi) street, JnckBon, Mich., who Bays: "I had stomnch trouble from tho time I was eighteen years old and this ro sulted In annomla from which I suf fered for two years. I lost my ap potlto, my complexion wns sallow, eyes sunken nnd lips and gums bloodless. I beenmo so wenk that I could not got up, nnd wns only able to sit In a chair. My friends thought I would nevor got woll and I was de pressed nnil discouraged. "I had doctors treat mo for a year, when I gnvo them up. ns I wasn't any hotter, that I could boo. Upon tho advlso of a friend I got a box of Dr. Williams,' Pink Pills, nl- thought I had como to bollovo thnt no medlclno could lionont mo. Artor tnklng them a whllo I was surprised to And they were nctually holplng mo. I began to havo an appotlto and then plckod up tight away. .1 am now a strong wontnn and In tho best of health. Dr. WllllnmH' Pink PIIIh saved my llfo nnd I am thankful and havo since holpod many bIcIc porsons by tolling thorn about tho pIIIh." Your druggist sells Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. Evory druggist does. Ordered dlroct tltoy are 50c per box; Blx boxes, $2.50. postpaid, on ro colpt of price. Send for n copy of our book on "Diseases of tho Blood," Address: Dr. Williams Medicine Company, Schonectndy, N. Y, -o- MIsr Scroochor I am snddost whon I sing. Mr. Collier Down fabsontly) I should think you would bo. Brook lyn Eagle. ! t ' OAMTORXA. Sltat tl9 j hi Kind You Haw Always Bought FOUND. found A purso at fulr grounds. Owner can have satno by calling nt 1176 North Twelfth Btreot In Englewood addition, and proving property. 9-25-3t WANTED. Wood wanted Oak nnd flr, also awh or maple, wanted at onco, at the Avpnue greenhouse. Cash paid us soon as hauled, 9-25-3t Wanted. A laundress at tho deaf mute school. Phono 433. 9-2C-tf Boy Wanted To do porter work. Apply to W. B. Gllson's barber, snop on commercial eircui. ruuuo 4G1. 9-21-tf Highest Cash Price Paid for chick ens at Willamette Hotel. 4-19-tl Wanted, A grocory salesman, also a young man to drlvo dellrery wagon and work In store. H. H. Ragan. 9-24-3t Wanted Girl for genoral house work. Enquire at Mrs. Wm. Brown's, 578 State street. 9-24-tf Cider Apples Wauled Wrlto or In quire Iagham Vinegar Co., 64 Al blaa aveaue,. Portland. 8-24-las-d-w yillllIH!ltanlilt-raifiIlitiiHl.)t CLASSIflED ! I 1 9 i H FOR SAUt. For Sale One bay mare, six years old, good to work, good brood inaro, good size. Ono-halfj mile north of big brldgo on Wallace road. J. Ferguson, It. F. D. No. 1. 0-25-lw Auction Sole. John A. Sutter will sell at auction salo all his farm ing lmplomonts, stock, Including horsos, cows, hogs and two flno j bulls otc, on Wednesday, October 2, 1907, beginning at 9 a. m. at tho Jamoston placo, two miles north of Jefferson. 9-2 5-1 w For Sate Two single top buggies. in flrat-clusa condition. One rub bor tired. Apply to O. W. Yannk, Fashion stables. Tolophone 44, 7-18-tf For Sale 53 head of good mutton sheop. Also two milch cows, one yearling bull and two calves, one hog and 70 chlckons. Apply to P. Foeley, 7 miles Bouthwcot of Salem. 9-21-lwk" For Sale Good houBO and barn, now, 25ncrca all under cultivation berries, prunes and all kinds of fruit, flvo miles from Salem, $3500 This Includes G cows, 2 horsos.har noss, 1 heavy wagon, spring wagon 200 chickens and othor farming necessities. Enquiro 402 Stato street.' 9-23-tf FOR RENT For Rout. A sulto of rooms, with electric lights, boat, uso of bath, located near tho East Salem school. Deslrablo for Btudonts, 480 Fourteenth atreot. Phono 580. Q.25-3t For Rent Ono largo, front, corner room, downstairs, also threo chain bor rooms, 310 North Front strcot. 9-24-3t To Rent. Flvo room flat, ovor Far- rlugton & Van Pntton's market. Inqulro of Stoiner & Borger, 188 South Llborty street. 9-24-tf For Rent Furnished rooms for house-keeping or board for a slnglo lndy or couplo. Apply to Rosa Marklovltch, 730 North Front stroot. 8-15-tf. Stock Ranch for Rent About 300 acres, In good location. Stock can bo bough", outright or takoa on shares. Apply at county treas urer's ofllco in Salem. 9-23-tf MISCELLANEOUS. Vogct LuinlMT nd"Fuel""cb. Lum ber .Bhlnglos, building material, wood and coal. Low prices and prompt dollvorloo. Ono block oast of'S. P. passenger dopot. Phono 198. 7-2-tf Concrete Work. Got my prlcos on sldowalks, curbs, septic tanks and comont work of any kind. All work gnarnutood first-class. M. Ward, Highland add. Phono 5G9. 8-11-tf Dutto AS Wendoroth Flno w!no3, liquors nnd cigars. Wo handio tho colobrntod Kollog gand Castle whiskies. Cool and refreshing boor constantly on draught, South Commercial Btreot. 9-3-lyr Enlarged Our moat market on East Stato stroot has boon doubled In size and wo aro hotter proparod than ovor to servo customers. Prompt Borvlco and tho best of moats our motto. Call or phono 199. B. E. Edwards, Prop, Wo Aro Cash Purchasers Of poul try, eggs, and all kinds of farm produce. Berry crates made up in unllmttod quantities. Capital Commission Co., 2G7 South Con morclal street, Salem. Phone Mala 179! SASH AND DOOfTFAdTORIEsT" Frank M. IJrewn. Manufacturer of sash, doors, mouldings. All kinds of Iioubo fhlsh and bnrd wood work. Front atroet, botween Statt and Court. Make all complaints at the ofllco. PROFESSIONAL. G. V. :;HIh, M. I). Physician and surgeon. Tolephono 307 Main. Ofllcos, 540 Stnto etrcot, opposite court bouse, Salem, Or. Residence Phono 313 Main. 8-13- lino LOST. LolItIJotwoen CtuTgeand Con morclnl stretes, on Court, Monday, a man's gray vest. Finder notify phono 1267, Salem Pressing Par lors. 9-25-3t Cmho Lost With tho letters "J. D." on silver heud. Finder please leave at Florence Hotel and got reward. 9-24-3t Strayed Or stolen from E. L. Har rison's hop yard, a steel gray mare colt, 4 years old, weight about 1000 pounds, with white strip in face, and a pacer. Reward if se tured to J. J. Baaaor, 681 26th street, ialesa, 9-29-2wk i4S1S1W i aiai aMw DEPARTMENT MUSICAL. Miss EInm Wcllcr -Will receive pupils in piano, and tho "Duunlnc Systom of Musto Study for Be ginners." Miss Wollor is a grad uato undor Emll L. Winklor of Lolpslc, Germany; also of Carrl L. Dunning of Buffalo, Now York, and a pupil of Robert Tolmle of San Francisco, the two last named being direct pupil of Laachotlzslqn tho groat Vlonna Instructor. Stu dio 45 Liberty street. Phone 1351. 9-lG-2wks. Frank E. ClmrchlU Repreaeatatlva of the Wostorn Conservatory of Music, of Chtcago, in this city, will resume classes In piano, har mony, theory, Bight reading, et'e., on and after Soptember 23. Studio, opera kouso building, rooms 8 and 9. Phone 1100. Pupils may re ceive lessons either in their home or at the studio. 9-14-lmo Collcgo of Music Willamette Unl vorslty. Established 18G7. Em powered by tho state of Oregon, to confer certificates, diplomas and degrees. Winter and Ferry streets, Salem, Oregon. Every toachcr an artist of recognized ability. A comploto courso in all branchos of musical art. Scholas tic year boglns Soptombor 24, 1907. Pupils aro requcatod to register at tholr earliest opportu nity In ordor to sccuro convenient lesson hours. Thoso Intending to tako tho rogular course are urged to commonco on the oponlng day. Dr. R. A. Horltngo, doan, director vocal department, Arthur von Jossen, dlroctor piano department. Lo Roy Gosnor, director orches tral dopartmout. 9-2-lm Miss Eva- F. Cox will bo ready to rocolvo pupils In muBlo after Sep tombor 2d nt her studio, 242 Con tor strcot, botwoon Commercial nnd Front. Phono Main 847. 9-3-lm MIhr Beatrice- Slicltou Will rocolye pupils In planoforto, orgun and sight rending classes. Special terms iuodo for beginners. This year bosldcs teaching at hor studio 345 Marlon street, or at tho home of pupil If so doslrcd, Miss 81161- ton will teach at tho studio In the First National Bank building, corner of Commercial and Che mokotn Btrcots. Phono 1205. Marlon stroot studio phono 1299. 9 -2 5-1 mo. PHOTOGRAPHER. F. M. linker Twolfth stroot photo grnphor. All kinds of photo work dono at living prices. Call and soo my work, and prlcos. Vlowlng a specialty; also hoad quartors for nmutour developing, ' nnd finishing. Cablnot photo graphs 200 per dozou. Botwoon Woolon Mills and O. K. Storo. IMtAYMEN. Cuiimiliiif UroH.' TmiiHfcr Company -All kinds of transfer work done. Furnlturo and pianos boxod ready for shlpmont. Prompt service is our motto. Stand and office at 253 South Commercial street. Phono 210, Rualdonce Phone 908. LODGES. Foresters of America Court Sher wood Forestors, No. 19, Meets Tuosday iu Hurst hall, State street Loo Abblo, C, R.;" A. L. Brows F. S. Central Lodge No. 18, K. of P.. Castle Hall in Holman block, cor nor Stato and Llborty atresia. Tuesday of each wook at 7:30 9. m. Oscar Johnson, O. O.; B. H. Andorson, K. of R, and 8, Modern Woodmen of America Ore gon Cedar Camp No. 6246, Meats ovory Thursday eyenlng at o'clock in Holman hall, W. W. Hill, V. C; F, A. Turner, cleric Woodmen of World Moot evory Frt day night at 7:30, in Holman hall, L. E. Ponnoll, O. C; P. L, Frax lr, Clerk. Lincoln Annuity Union. Sick, acci dent and ponslon insurance; 2, 000,000 pledged; every claim paid Good agonts wanted. J, H, O. Mongoraery, supremo organlzor, Box432 Salem, Oregon. R. R. Ryan, secretary, 540 Stato street. FLUMTH2RS. Thco, M. Ran- Plumbla, hot water and steam heating and tlnnlsg. 1G4 Commercial stroot, Phoae Main 192, 9-1-lyr M. J. Pelawl -ttlumblHg, steam aad gas fitting. Successor to Knox 3fs Murphy, 226 Commercial street -v Proae Main 17, rxi. iTHVi'I r.a I "' .TitI -