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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1000
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL W. IIOPER, Ed. and Prop. Aa Independent Nowspapcr Dovotcd to American Principles and tho rrogreM Aud Devclopemont of Alt Oregon. rubllhei Kvcry Evening Except Sunday, Salem, Ore. M SUBSCRIPTIONS RATES. (Inrarlnbly tn Advance.)., DaJlr. by carrlor. per yef,...v. ....W.OO Per month .We DaIIt, by aril, per year Weekly, by "mall, per year . u., 4.00 Per month ittc 1,00 Six months Wo 4 mont that called that anll-Statomont No. 1 convention, that rulotl out alt tho Statement No. 1 men ns dole gates tQ tho state convention, that insulted roform principles with a re actionary platforni but why dwoll on tho monument of folly erected by political bourbonism? '0 DOUGLAS .COUNTY. . dEEB2 SPECIAL DELIVERY j" For convenience of subscriber branch delivery ofllces aro establish ed at, tlio following places at 35 conta por month, 91.00 for three menths: Asylum Storo, F. 0. Do Voo & S6n, Asylum Aveivuo Junction. - Carline, Seventeenth street, A. W. Lane, Garden Jload Store. Daud's Store, Alexl Dauo, SouthCOmmorcIal street. ( Kloctrfe Storo-. C. M. Ennlov. East Stato street. .Fairgrounds. Storef, Harrison' Dee,' Fairgrounds Road. HowoU's Cornor, Twelfth and Gross streets. O. K. Grocery, A. A. Englobart, Twelfth street. Wheeler's Store,, W, D. Wheeler, Highland avenue. Yew Park Store, FG; Bowersox, Twelfth and Leslie. liasVJGrocory, Seventeenth atret , J. Ti. Moore & Son, edrn6r Capitol and Union streets. WoAl Saldm Store, West' Salem, Zinu'n Confocttdnor?, '478 Stato1 stroot. Dr. Stone's, 241 North Commercial stroot. Huffman's Storo, North Sixth stroot. Gorman Bakery, corner Twelfth, and Chomekota. ' Tli la nnlmlit wsnl tn 1lm I... 11 votos and Republican for tho whole stato and county tlckot, excont three. Senator .Abraham, a cham pion of Statomorit No. 1, got G71 majority. Judgo Boan led all tho other candidates in popular vote, be ing on both party tlckots. Tho Domocrats Qloctod Fontori sheriff, Lenox clerk, Chancy school, superin tendent and wont dry by.;' 4 12' and 25 licensed saloons will go out of buslncai. - o KLAMATH COUNTY. f V- -o-.- TIIK TRUE PIONEER SPIRIT) ' putting tho state4 unlvofaltrln tho front rank. The Linn county fair hqld at the littlo city of Sclo Is- an example of tho trno ploucbr spirit. Tho managers raised tho monoy for all their buildings, held a fair laht'"yeau AND HAD $800 FOR 1008. KLAMATH COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL. This Is one of the largest and LEFT ,n08t successful high schools In tho stato, under tho direction of Princl- They are now nlanntne another nl John - Sv'nn assisted by W. E. fair and are not asking any holp Fought, Chas A. Powers. Tho board from thp legislature. i,s composofl of flvo county efllclals: Too many' communities in those D Grlff,ith, Jas. G. Wright,' L. A. days cannot undertako any enter- Lewis, Fred Molhnso and W. 'if f for Cako Ropublicari Handsome majorities and noarly tho whole ticket resulted. D. V. Kuykendall, son of tho Lane county senator, was chosen district attornoy, H. P. Bol knnp roprosontativo, and G. H. Mor ryman Bonator. Tho DomocratstgOt shoritf nnd trensliror. That county gavo Cako a handsome majority and scorns' less affected by tho Portland political foot-aml-mouth ' dlscnao than almost any county in tho stato. o EDITORIAL REVIEW. nrlso WITHOUT TAXING THK wniKor. commencement fxorclae9 WnOLE STATE TO HELP THEM. ,nstod from May 31 to Juno 5, and Tho Sclo fair managors aro going tho programs woro strong in essay3, roflolutoly at work now to ralso orations nnd nniBlcnl numbors. Tho $2000 by salo of memberships. iinoplo of Klnmath Falls havo tho What Oregon needs Is n gonornl r,8ht kind of oducntlonal onthusl- stato law to oncourngo formation of nam; Following tho county going dry tho city council of Ro3cburg has or dained Sunday closing, cut out boxes and ordered "hurdy-gurdy" houses abated. District Attorney ' Brown A. I says thoy havo acted promaturoly, AGRICULTURAL SOCIE- COUNTY TIES. U should bo so drawn that any ccyity that complied with Its terms could get tho benefit of Its provi sions. Thoro Is no objection to IN UNION COUNTY. La Grande is recovering from tho shock of going dry and already flvo now business enterprises aro scok- tho 'n locations thoro in plnco of tho STATE ASSISTING ON A PREMI- inrB0 orowory and otnor places tliat UM LIST or farm products, fruits wlIl l) closed. Chas. Knowlos was and llvo stock. I oloctod circuit Judgo for Wallowa But tho community should Bhow n Union, and will make a flno ros- ontorprlso onoiiGh to furnish tho ora on tUo bench. Ho has a high roputntlon for Integrity and posses ses good legal ability, besides bolng possessod of a pleasing personality, 1 1 grounds and buildings, n EUGENE TREATED FAIRLY. Tho Eugene papers nro dolus wrong roaRtlng Salem and Albany for tho meagor vote given tho Stato unlvorolty appropriation, Tho Eugo'io Institution wns treat ed with A GREAT DEAL OF CON SIDERATION at both tho valley cities. Eugene boosters got In three Bpcechpti at tho Salem electric rail road rally. At oach gathering Eugene mon COOS COUNTY. having only stnto laws on which to baso prosecutions. Thoro is evi dently troublo ahead at Roseburg. Portland having stolon tho namo R030 City from Roseburg, Tho Dnlles li trying to do tho same with Salem on Cherry City. Mayor Hawkins of Coqulllo has appolntod R. 0. Hoborg city mar shal to succoed Leo Goodman, who has worn tho star for ton years. 01 lvor Snnford was namod city treas urer in place of Mr. Knowlton, who also hold ofllco for ton yonrs. If tho now mon do ns well as tholr prode co3sors they will make a good rec ord and thoy nro highly Bpokon of. Cake and tho Republican tlckot got majorities, tho county wont wot nnd re-elected Sheriff Gago. Chaio won out for Joint senator. Bedll Hon for roprosontativo, and Muncy for joint ropresontntlvo. It Is a ahamo that tho Drain and Coos Bay railroad Is not going to be built this year. That region will undorgo tho most wonderful dovolopmont If it nnl university profossoro Bhowod up ovor gots rnllrond connection with and WERE ALLOWED TO TALK .tho outsldo world. ,,' , , . . FOR THEIR PET. Tho nowspapora at Salem and Al bnny gavo both sldos froo spaco and did ot Hook to projudlco tho iinl vorslty by any low local flings. Thoro is littlo occasion for nny Eugene panor to howl nt "THE SA LEM HOG" OR "THE LTNN COUN TV MOSSBAOIC." What tho prosi of tho state should do H to holp Eugene mako a roal unlvorslty out of tho school at E't gono '' OREGON SHOULD HAVE AS GOOD A UNIVERSITY AS OTHER WESTERN STATES. Eugene has boon treated very fair ly by tho prosa of tho stato and thoro la now plonty of good construc tive work to do IN THE INTEREST OF HIGHER EDUCATION. Tho beat thought of the boat men In tho ntnto should bo directed to JACKSON, PQUNTV. , ' .- ( ; : This county, which gavo majori ties ."against Chambprlaln twlco ns govornor, gnvq hlni'80 majority as sonator. Wilbur A. Jonos Is shorlff, (Dom.) by HoC, NIol gctj county Judge, (Dom.) by 175, and Purdln and Miller (Slatomont No. 1 Domo crats) got flno majorities. Tho rost of tho county tlckot Is Repub lican, The county rovorsed ltsolf on Prohibition and wont wet by 257. Sentiment for popular govornmont Is vory Btrong In Jackson, o . TILLAMOOK COUNTY. SMALL DEPOSITORS Our bank welcomes small do po4!torB. In our Savings Depart ment as small au amount as ono do'lar will open nn account. Wo havo good reasons for giv ing thoso nocounts our boat serv ice Most of our large depositors rtartod n small depositors, and several satisfied customer with small accounts Is a bettor advor Mac mont for us than ono custom er who carrlos a largo balance, Deposit your Idlo money with ms. Wo will koop It safely and mako It earn nioro for you, Wont Ropubllcau on all candi dates oxcopt P. W. Todd, treasurer, Democrat. W. S, Buell was chosen county superintendent of schools, without opposition. A. M. Hare who haj bqen as3o:sor for six years was re-elected. A. G. Deals was re elected Joint roprosontativo. He has mado a good record as legisla tor. Tho county wont dry. by nn In creased vote and tho county high school was doleatod, 470 to 427. Tho Albany high school turned out n class of 15 graduatos. Tho address to tho class woro mado by Prosldont Ralston of tho Board of Education, and Prosldont Korr of tho Stnto Agricultural college havo boon oloctod In H. D. Mount for Justlco and A, F, Slmoral for constablo. Thoy will havo plonty to do but aro mon who can bo rolled upon to do tholr duty. Rovb. Salts bury and -E3son led tho Prohibition cnmpalgn and proved good cam paigners. ,Tho host -thing tho 811- vertort politicians can do is to ac cept ,tlie result and onforce tho law; fairly. and honostly, , ; "-O REFORM BETHANY CHURCH ,, ,;-w . frN'ANNUAL-tMEETING Program of tho 20.th annual, moot ing of tho Portland, Or., classls of tho Roformcd church In tho Unltod States, Juno 11 to 14, 100'8, at Bethany Roformed church, corner Capitol and Marlon stroots, Salem, Or. Thursday, Juno 11, 8 p. m. Oponlng by sermon by tho president, Rev. Qr. Hafnor, Portland, Or. Friday, Juno- 12, forenoon Busi ness session. 2 to 2.40 p. m. Pnper M6lr.lflt,lSt T.tfn 1,1. Tn.,t Until Eblngor,. Tillamook, Or. At 8 p. m. Papor, "Fundamental Doctrines of tho Roformed Church." Saturday, Juno 13, foronoon Business oosalon. At 2 to 3 p, m, Papor, "Christian Training of, Chil dren," by Rov. E. Lohror, Washing ton county, Or. At 8 p. m. Prc paatory sermon by Rov. C, Llenkam por, Alfalfa, Wash. Sunday, Juno 14, 10 a. m. Sun day school, address by Rov. F. C. Schunollo, Second church, Portland, Or. 11 a. m. Communloni service, sormon by Rov. J. F. Jungoblut, I Lioai, vjai. a:au p. m. Aanrcss on. "Home Missions," by Rov. II. Lloa ' man, Stafford,, Or. "Foreign Mis sions," Rov. V, E, pthenln-Glrard, Salem. 8 p. m. Sermon, Rov. P. Eblngor, Tillamook, Or. Scrofula Fow nro ontlroly frco from it. It may dovolop so slowly as to cauBO littlo if nny disturbance during tho wholo poriod of childhood. It may then .produce dyspopsia, ca tarrh, and marked tondoncy to con sumption, beforo pausing eruptions, floras or flwollirigs. . J To got' ontirtely rid of ittako tho great blood-purijlofj . . - . JHfbbd's Sarsaparilla In usual liquid form or In chocolated tablet known aatarstabSi 100 doses $1. iBB"itiana)niggmwi I Gold Dast FIdfiff I I Qb i& jftiB Aydey'I;ow:. I JHF r r i T I El CQMPANYi SIOAcy,? Ore- f H"ii. iynir iui inmiiy uao. Aak yOHr, grocer for It. Ri and shorts. always on band. Bran Z I?. B, WAiUc l" AGENT1 -,l f awijiwwpyii'iiisjiaiiiiji LARGEST ILITIES Tho town of Dufur had great do ings ovor graduating oxorclsos In tho public schools all ovor four pupllB completing tho eight grade. It Is tlmo for Oregon to stnrt a wavo of public school pride that will roach tho remotest country school. . . Roseburg high school graduated 'n class of ton that rofloctod credit lu'pon tho Roso City nnd Superin tendent S. L. Baker. Thoro was fl, class poom nnd great stneks of white roses, miles of white- ribbons nnd oceans of oratory. Astoria will aoek to amend tho city chnrtor and build n soa-wall In front of that city. It will cost thfe proporty owners $20 a front foot tp build tho wall with a stroet, on top Of It, or' ?500 a, io(; ' IlticK'oii' Arnica Salvo Wins. Tom Mooro, of Rural Routq 1, Cochran, Gn writes: "I had a bad soro como on tho Instep of my foot nnd could find nothing that would heal It until I applied Bucklon's Ar nica Salvo. Less than half of a 25 cont box won tho dny for mo by af fecting a porfoct cure," Sold under guarantoo at J. C. Perry's drug storo. New Corporations. Tho Society of tho Dominican Sla ters of tho Porpotunl Rosary of On tario, Orogon; Incorporators, Mary Boglor, Agnes McLaughlin nnd Ado lo Pyrot. Senly, Mason & Company; princi pal office, Portland; cnpltal stock, $45,000; Incorporators, Florence Alice Mason, Frances Scaly- and John Senly. " n You Never Can Tell. Just exactly tho causo of your rhoumatlsm, but you know you havo It. Do you know that Ballard's Snow Liniment will euro It? re lievos tho swelling and Umbers tho Joints nnd musclos so that you will bo as nctlvo and well ns you ovor woro. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00. Sold by all dealon. New Notaries. W. F. Squlro, Marshflold; Solon O. Shattuck, Fort Klamath; Wlnt low Bnyloy, Lakovlow; J. C. Brolll, Now Pine Creek; J. W. Dny, St. nol ens; Henry A. Zorn, Champoeg, DoWltt's Littlo Early Rlsors, tho famouB little liver pills, aro sold by all druggists. Great Chinese Doctor L. M. II U M HaB medicine which will euro nny known disease. Ho makes a special ty of, and guarantees to euro Catarrh Asthma, Lung, Throat, Rhoumatlsm, Debility, Stomach, Livor, Kldnoy Troubles; also any blackened or swollon soronoss, brokon limbs; Smallpox; Epldomlc; all kinds of Bolls, Lost Manhood, Fomnlo Weak ness, Hornls Troubles and Paralysis Consultation froo. Cnro of Ylck So Tong Co., Chlneso drugs nnd horbs, 153 High St., upstairs, Salem, Or. LQW JRCh H Li n TO ft ES AST Will De Made Thl. feM ? U U T H E "PAClffel! ' uEs in bnliaosft ion Salent, qKi AS FOLLOWS" nOTH WAYS ONE WAT THROUGH oiviA rORTLANDiCAtlffii $82.50 B 'An Kansas City $61.65 mm TICKETS WlLL'BBOKSAlE May 4, 18 V June 5, 6, 19,20 July 6' 7, 22, 23 August 6, 7, 21, 22 Good for return In 90 days iu, stopover prlvllegoj at plcjinr within limits REMEMBER THE DATES For any furthor Information call oo agonta, WM. M'MUimAY, Gonoral Pasnengor Agont. PORTLAND, onEGO.V, Ghlcaoo St. Louis Sf, Paul Omaha $74.15 $b'9.$ $61.65 $61.65 niCKOKT BfIRK ' Cough Remedy ioivrriv run Coughs, Colds CROUP WhoopmK Couch llotrtrnti Bronchlllt SORE THROAT TMROATtndLUNGS mpammaammmmmm wifittum biwot ro. SAtrM.OtCON, O S.A. TlVt. 1M)4ht fu Tlmo Curd No. 83, Sontlwrn ParMc 1008. " J l" Towjird Portland, Pnuemrrr No. 10.-5:13 a. ni. Oregon Et pross. No. 18. -8:40 a. m. Cottage Groti passongor. No. 12. 2:45 p. m. Roseburg py. Townrd Portland. Frcluht. No. 222. 5:00 n. m.Port'iad fast frolcht. No. 22C- 10:40 11:28 , m.- way freight. Toward San FrnncUco, Vwtftt, No. 11 11:03 a, m. Rwbori paBBongor. No. 17,-r-C:4G p, in. Cottage Grort pa8songor. (No. .lC.--9iGu p. m. CallforaU B f'ross. , (No. 13.-7-3:31 a. m. San FrtoelKO oxprcss. . Toward San Francisco, Freight. .No. 2 2 1. 2 : 43 n. nu Portland fait iroigiu. No. 225. 11:28 n. m. wr freight A' m Thousands of .trout aro dying in tho ilrrIgation ditchos fed by the Roguo river. Tho law requiring screons at tho Intakes Is not on forced, and tho most beautiful trout ontir tho ditches and cannot re turn to tho river. HKXTON COUNTY. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK I Cake got 8 majority and tho whole stato and county ticket wero carrlod by a large vote. Tho JDemo crara olected Moso3 clerk, Buchanan jtroasuror, and Rlcknrd assossor. Tho jblg showing niarfo for Chamberlain 'and tho oloctlon, of Moses by threo votos was the rosult of tho very ablo newspaper fight put up by Editor Irvlno of Tho Times. Benton again wont dry. , -o NOT PROUD OF THEIR WORK. Tho flohwhcol ownors' fish bi.l won In tho state by only 4032 ma jority, while tho fishormon'a pro. tectlvo bill carried by 22,817. Tho salmon will get a rest on Sundav. Tho ugly fish wheels will be swept out or tho beautiful gorge of tho Columbia If. tho courst don't Intor- vone. Tho courts still nrrocato to themselves tho .right to sot asldo tho will of the psoplo but that won't last always. There Is no clamor among tho Republican machine politicians of Marion county to be known as tbo Sllvorton will trv Koine drv for pleaders and advlsOra Of the movetwo years. Two splendid officers Eugene will got along without sa loons but will havo 'a littlo horse racing occasionally. Mayor Mat look will not object to that, or ho la no true Matlock. Tho Eugene Roglster (Rep.) says: "Tho Republican party Is sadly In nosd. of a backbone". This rofora to Orogqn leaders, Bot you a cookie tho Machine rustles everyone of your dofeatOd, splnoles, miscellan eous candidates, a big fat federal ofllco, and that for the tho rest of their lives they will wear padlocks on their mouths. wrnnw u min UAMMIUMMiafeMWH .-.j ON SOME OCCASIONS YOU COULD AFFORD ONE FOR TO PAY DOLLAR a. yyoRD WANT ADVERTISING w ANT ADVKRTISINO SPACE IS ABOUT THE LOWEST PRICED THING OF VALUE YOU CAN BUY IN THIS CITY. THIS PHASE) OF THE MATTER PROBABLY NEVER OCCURRED TO YOU. "tf Oregon Etecflrc TJhh TMe irime'-of arrival nnd &prture el cars at Salem Is A followsPortlaai and lutormndlato peints: Local Expi-033 Local Expross Local Express Arrive ) 8:40 a.m. 6:00a.m. 10:50 a.m. 9:05 a.m. 1:25 p.m. 11:05 a. a 4:20 p.m. 1:5 p.a 5:45 p.m. 3:1$ p. a 8:20 p.m. 6:00 p.a CORVALLIS & E.1STEI n. TIME TAULE Nu. 4 Leaes Detroit ?- . follows, commencing Jan. 16, W - i BUT THINK IT OVER. SUPPOSE THAT THEj RATE FOR WANT ADVERTISING IN THIS NEWSPAPER WERE ONE DOL LAR A WORD! A PROHIBITIVE RATE, YOU SAY? PER HAPS, FOR SOME CLASSES OF BUSINESS. RUT IF YOU WERE COMPELLED TO SELL REAL ESTATE, A DOLLAR A WORD FOR AN M), AV'OULD STILL RE A PROF-IT-RETURNING RATE FOR YOU IF IT FOUND THE BEST MAR KET FOR YOI'R PROPERTY. IT WOULD BE A CHEAP RATE FOR A. SITUATION WANTED AD. ,JF IT FOUND TWICE AS GOOD A JOB FOR YOU AS YOU HATE EVER HAD, IT WOULD BE A PROFITABLE WAY TO SECURE A TENANT FOR VA CANT PROPERTY. IN FACT, PERHAPS HALF OF THE WANT ADS, WOULD PAY THE ADVERTISERS AT A DOLLAR A WORD AND A GREAT Many of them would be paid for at that rate IF THIS NEWSPAPER CHARGED THAT RATE. Tho purpose of this contparlboa is not to announce any advanco lu tho want advertising rates but to bring to your mind the fact that want adv. space, as now sold, is a genuine "bargain." ! Trains for Conrslltj No. 8 Leaves Albany .b rrlves ft Corvallla .,,. S:Ja. Vn. 10.' Leaves Albany ,!!!P'!" Arrlvos nt Corvallla ... ''P No' 6" 7-45 pa Leaves Albany 11 m. Arrlvos at Corvallla .... 8:.sp- Trains for Albaay. Loaves Corvallla JsJJJ-J; Arrlvos at Albany !,u' No. 9 Loaves Corvallls Anlvo3 at Albany ..... No. 7 Loaves Cirvallls Arriba nt Albany No. 11 (Sunday rtr)-- Leaves Corvallb. Arrives at Albany ....." No. 12 (SunJay OD'7!.,5p.B. Leaves Albany ,.i8p.a Arrlvos a conwiw ' wU For further laformatloa tPPf Trains fm and to 1HH No- ?"" .... il:0O.- Arrives a, corvau; - -. Arrive, at Albany ' Leaves Yaqulna .. ' , I 2:15 p. a USSp.0- 6":00p.-6:40p. O.CT.Co ' . Pnmona- an 9ffi oM WW8, I OJonmnra PomOBa." -- - Portland Moaa7, " -w day and Friday M uaWA ,LLv. Thursday ' SLW. f 6 rS. r m CflO"-ifc ffc Thursday ana l Hjr.wi"-- ,U ..i t. XtottrxM rt rWMritSfi1KX''" pem.