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DAILY CAPITA I. .TOI'RVAL, S.ITiRSi, OREOOV. MONDAY, JUNE 22, 1008
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL N. HOPER, Ed. and lrop. An Indopcatlcnt Newspaper Devoted to American Principles nud tho I'rogreM nud Dovelopemeut of All Orogou. rubllnliod Every Evening Excopt Sunday, Salem, Ore. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. (Invariably in Advance.) Dolly, by carrier, per year 10.00 Per rqontb 60c Dallr, by molt, per year- 4.o6 . Per month S5c Weekly, by mall, per vear 1.00 Six months 60c SATISFACTION OP TAKING A SQUARE STAND. There must be a moral satisfac tion In taking a square and unequiv ocal stand on any matter. That Is what a Statement No. 1 mombor of tho legislature takes when ho Blgns that Btatomont. He pledges hliriBolf. to abido by tho will of tho majority, and what man of any party can do otherwise? He cannot do otherwise If ho Is a truo American and thero Is some sat isfaction In, being oven an Ameri can. Marlon county has at least forir morabors of (he general assombly who know Just what they will do In tho next legislature Hatteborg, Llbboy, Patton and Kay will stand up for tho peoplo's choice for United States senator. They havo no votes to sell or to trado for a federal ofllco or for an appropriation, o? anything olso. Thero must bo a great moral sat isfaction lii feeling that you are in nn unambiguous position. AT LEAST ONE LANE COUNTY MAN GETS RIGHT ON THIS MAT TER. Allon H. Eaton, representative elect on Statomont No. 1, has given out tho following statement for pub lication. Ho says: "I shall certainly vote for Mr. Chamberlain at tho next session of tho legislature. I could not honor ably do anything olso. I do not want my position on tho statement mis understood. I took the pledge bo causo I bollovod in it. I know at tho tlmo it might menn my defeat for tho houso of representatives, but I preferred to bo dofoatcd on tho pledge than to bo elected without It. I workod for Mr. Fulton in tho pri maries and for Mr. Cako In tho gen eral election. Tho pooplo of Orogou proforrod Mr. Chamborlain to my choice, and I shall vote to ratify 'tholr aolectlon when tho tlmo comej In tho legislature o THE "GOIMVITH-US" CURE FOR HUMAN ILLS. Movement works hand In hand with physicians, taking only such cases as they recommend, cases thnt aro be yond tho roach, of drugs and tho ord inary medical proscription. ' Christian Sclonco docs not antag onize medical practice, but does not jUiscnmimuo ueiwuen bo-cuiiuu cur able and Incurable diseases. Tho Christian Scientists rely sole ly UPON THEIR UNDERSTANDING OF GOD AS THE SAVING TRUTH AND PRINCIPLE, and reject mator ia medlca. But tho new teaching Is at least a partial acknowledgement of tho command or. tno saviour, to teacu and heal. In that far It Is an acknowledg ment of tho contention of tho Chris tian Scientists, that tho gospel vr-xs for the salvation of all from slcknogs and disease as well as from sins. Blood Humors Commonly couso pimples, bolls, hires, eczema or salt rheum, or some other form of erup tions but sometimes they oxlst In tho system, indicated by feollngs of weaknoss, languor, loss of oppotltQt or Koncrol doblllty, without cmislntr any breaking out. Hood's Sarsapsillla cxpols them, renovates, strengthens nnd tones tho whole system. This is tho testimony of thousands anuaally. Accept no substitute, but insist on havlnir Hood's SarsapariHa In usual liquid form or in chocolated tablets tnown aa Sarsatabs. 100 doses $L I, RUG WORTH 8100,000,000 TO FARMERS IN ECLIPSE Green AphN, Now Nearly Etcrniln ntcd in United States, -Lour Will Ita Remcmlwrcd for Big Rlso in Wheat Price. Born In Jown. Our family wore all born and raised in Iowa, and havo UBed Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy (mado at Dos Moines) for years. Wo know how good lt'iM.o polontlsta discovered other bugs Washington, D. C, Juno 22. :Ex tt tho $100,000,000 bug.. Tho advent of tho Hessian fly, which Is now de vouring tho winter wheat crop and bringing terror to tho hoarts of tho farmers in Kansas, marks Hho pass ing froth the spotlight of what wos probably in its hey-day tho greatest wealth producing Insect In tho rec ords of commerce This hue. tho BDrlng greon Aphi, war worth 8100.000.000 to bank nc- jcounts of people In this country In 1907, who escaped its can. At tno samo time it wns so destructive thnt desporato effort' woro mado to ex terminate It. Mon wiao in bug-ology were on their kneos in tho fields ex amining It with magnifying glaBsos. or files which took bucIi' a fancy to tho lttlo bug In quostion that they actually Jogan to food on it. Then those scientists hatched and turned looso millions of those pnrn Bltos to devour or destroy tho $100, 000,000 bug. They wero partly suc cessful and a threatened calamity was averted. Tho green Aphis mndo sleoploss nights for wheat ralsors of. Oklaho ma, Toxas, Kansas nnd NobrnBka for a period of CO days last yoar. Be fore It was exterminated tho Do partmont of Agriculture, tho bureau of entomology nnd an army of bcI cntlstB woro engaged In tho flght to save tho wheat crop of tho country. Tho greon bugs woro vanquished and tholr spread Into tho wheat states east of tho Mississippi and tho spring wheat states of tho north west flna'lv chockod on tho prlnr-l- plo of fighting tho f'vll with fire." A small black flv In Oklnhoma and Toxas wob found to bo tho natural onemv of tho green bug. This Mly nov. Dr. Robert MncDonnld tollti In tho July Woman's Home Compan ion how tho church Is onco more becoming nctlvo in tho euro of hum an Ills. ' Through- tho "Emmnnuol Move ment," Btnrtod nt Emmanuel Episco pal clrirch In Boston, nnd taken up hv nnntnr Mnononnli! In his nw:i Pluirr.li In llrnnklvn. Hi A nhiirrfi la TllO Oregon Society ! BW(B.I-a VOW . - . - again snvliig. "ARISE, TAKE UP.surnnco was organized mat wook in THY BED AND WALK." Portlnnd, nnd will nfflliato with tho "Tim nnmnintnt in irolnir nn from ' National association at onco. W. C. ovorvwhoro." savs Doctor MncDonnld Hngorty, of McMlnnvllle, Is pros! "that tho church is losing Its hold oil' practical mon nnd women. Tho reaiton Is not that tho church Is not faithful to its duty, but that tho world has Increased Its facilities to satisfy man. BUT IIFRE IS A NEW WAY OF REACHING THE MAN OF THE WORLD. Ills modern way of living, with nil Us hurry and worry, has gotton onto ma norvoB. dent,, B. J. Barry, of Dayton, secre tary of tho Oregon body. - I, Rucle'eh s Arnica Salve Wins. Tom Moore, of Rural Routo 1, Cochran, Ga., writes: "I had a bad soro como on tho Instep of my foot and could And nothlrg that, would heal It (until I applied Bucklen's Ar nica Snlvo. Less than half of a 25 cent box won tho day for mo by af fecting n porfect cure." Sold under Ho Bleeps poorly, Is doprossod nnd guarantoo at J. C. Perry's drug melancholy, has nervous break- Btoro. downs, Is dyspeptic and sluggish nnd j misernblo. Mnko tho farm bqys "Junior pnrt- Tho Bamo man who will not listen n,r8 nnd they will bo lesi anxious to a puroly spiritual appeal WANTS to leave homo. HELP, AND WANTS IT BADLY. , Tho church thnt can promise him health with which to do his work, wins him. Ills bodily pain Is vory real to him. for It is vo much nonror than a cramped and dormant spirit of which Jio In not conscious, "Whero doos tho Emmnnuol Move ment dlffor from Christian Sclonco? Thero can bo said to bo only ouo point of Himllarlty. It Is that both aro desirous of get ting rid of disease BUT THEY NO SOONER JOIN IS SUE THAN THEY DISAGREE. Tho point of soporatlon Is In what comtfltutoi curable and Incurnb'o malady. Tho Emmanuel Movement treats only 'functional disorders of the norvotin ByBtom.' Ohrht'nn Sclonco does not distin guish hotwoon functional and organ ic dlsensos. Then, again, tho Emmanuel Small Depositors Our Bank welcomes small de positors. In our Savings Depart ment as Biuall nn amount as ono dollar will open nn account. Wo havo good ronsons for giv ing thoso accounts our host sor vce Mnny of our large deposi tors started as smnll doposltors and n Inrgo number of satisfied dopoHltora with small accounts Is a good ndvortlsoment for our bank. Young pooplo ospoclnlly aro In vited to tnko ddvautngo of this op portunity to start a bank account. SAVINds DEPARTMENT CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK Ib from long experience In tho ubo of It. In fact, when In El Pnso, Toxas, tho writer's life, waB saved by tho prompt use of this remedy. Wo aro now engaged In tho morcnntllo busi ness nt Narcoosseo, Fla., and havo Introduced tho remedy hero. It bus proven vory successful and Is con stantly growing In fnvor. Ennls Bros. This remedy Is for sale iy Dr. Stono'B drug Btore. o STATE NEWS ITEMS. The Oregon Bankers' ussoclatloi will hold tholr next annual conven tion in Salem on Frldny and Satur day, the 2Cth and 27th. Tho pro gram will bo ono of tho most Inter esting over presented nnd tho busi ness men of Salem aro planning nn ontortnlnment In honor of tho asso ciation. 1908 will reglstor tho greatest crop of borrlos and chorrlos that Or egon has over produced. Quality Is mngulflcont, quantity almost unllm Itn.l ntwl uOilln linfnnnltv la nnlnv- i.i., M.. fr-itf n,n ninfiirinf imv Krnn wns nrnnncntod bv the millions un Insures a big Incrcnso In tho dairy , dor tho ndvlco of tho scientists, output, which has been greatly bono- Agents of tho bureau of ontomology fitted by as good spring pastures as . woro sent Into tho flolds to direct tno woro ovor known" In this Bcctlon. I work of distributing tho dlmlnut vo RoBldents of tho Northwest should black parasites. In 30 days aftor take pains to see thnt their Eastoru tho "war o tho bugs" bogan tho country friends are mado familiar dangor was declared ovor, but .not with tho unequalled conditions which ' until Toxas. Oklahoma and .KansnB mnko dnlrylng so profltnblo horo. had suffered great Injury and. whoat Tho Oregon Society of Mutual In-' ralaen had a great scaro over wliat looked uko n calamity lor a iimo. Now for tho 4100,000,000 part of tho storv. Whon the first rcnl scaro ovor tho green bugs bogan wheat was selling on May contracts ntJM conts. This wns whon tho sun crossed tho lino Mnrch 21, and tho growing Benson for tho big winter wheat states fairly bogan. Tho coun try had a vMblo supply of 190G wheat on hand amounting to noarly 18,000,000 bushels. Argentines was shipping 3,000,000 bushels n wook to Eurono and underselling American oxportorB. Shlnmonts from that quar ter from January 1 to May 1 woro 04,000,000 bushels. Official flguroj show that primary markets In this country woro groaning 'indor tho ro colpts of 30,000 to 400,000 bushols n inv abovo no-mal movomont of previous years. The carllor roportB- on the growing crop Bent out from Socrotary Wilson's crop bureau woro flattorlng and caused groat dopros slon in prlcos. It looked llko GO conti a bushel for the 1907 crop to the farmers west of tho rlvor. Then came tho green bug and the speculator. At the first serious mention :i Insoct damage to whoat In Texas and Oklahoma exports woro dispatched from Chicago, Minneapolis and St. Louis grain exchanges to learn tho fncts. Tho ronorts wired back to members of thoso oxchangos flrat Informed tho press, tho public nnd oven tho wheat ralsors of tho south west of the dangor which threatened tho crop. Buying of whent In all tho big markets began like a whirlwind. Tho best part of tho story Ib that prices did not recede much nttor tho battle with tho bugs was over. Con ditions wero unfavorable for tho wheat crop of Russia. Thore was a vory late season in tno unnnuiuu northwest. Every exchange In tho country watched all theso ndvorso signs and In anticipating tho short yields for tho year hold prices woU up aro.und $1 for tho entlro harvest season' In this country, -o Do not let machinery shrink for oil nor groan because a bolt nut 13 Ioojo. We Sell on the positive guarantee that if it does not give satis faction we will return the entire amount of money paid us for it. We mean this and ask all those who are sick and qeed strength to try it with this understanding. ' G, W. PUTNAM CO. Something Doing Every Minute JULY 4 MMuMMmmsusaaMomsMMm At SALEM " r CELEBRATE ...WITH US...1 COFFEE Why do we drink so much poor coffee? Because good coffee is so good. Your srrocer returni your moner If rou don't IftoScbilllnu't nM: we par him. It tnko3 good weather as woll us knowledge of how to do It to mako good hay. JUL! 4 At SALEM CELEBRATE ...WITH US III FIVE BANDS WILL FURNISH MUSIC, BASE BAH, RE LAY RACE, BABY SHOW and other sports which will be men tioned from time to time in the daily press notices; such as catching greased pigs, auto races, balloon ascention, etc. FIRE WORKS-The most beautiful ever seen in Salem. Poison Onk Poisoning. Ballard's Snow Liniment crures It. Mr. O. H. P. Cornelius, Turner, Ore., writes My wlfo has discovered that Snow Liniment cures "Poison Oa Poisoning," n very painful trouble, herself, but on two of her friends Sho not only cured a case of It on who wore poisoned by this sumo Ivy. Prlco 25c, COc and $1.00, o From now till July 1 seed may bo planted for small cucumber plcklou, DoWltt's Kidney and niaddor Pl'ls aro prompt and thorough and will In a vory short tlmo strongthon tho weakened kidneys. Sold by all druggists. Tho bare summer fallow contrl- I u.t.vti w ii,vi,i UlllUKIb UUUI Ull'lJ IHVVW Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup Is tho Olio that children llkn r wnll 'to take as It tastes noarly as good as maplo sugar. It acta gently yet freely on tho bowels and thereby It drives the cold out of tho system. It is sold by all druggists. Annual Commencement Exercises. Eugene, Oregon, Juno 20-24, 190S. For tho above occasion a rate of ONE AND ONE-THIRD FARE on tho certificate plan is au thorized. WM. M'MURAAY, J, M. SCOTT, O. P. A., S. P. Co. A. G. P. A., S. P. Co. 6-19-5t FOREST SERVICE EMPLOVES APPOINTED Washington, Juno 22. Tho For est Borvico has just annotncod tho following nppolntmonts on National ferests: Orogen: George II. West has boon appoint ed a forest guard on tho CnBcado (Mnzama) national forost and Smith L. Taylor on tho Cascado (Willam ette) national forest. E. Barnes and Waltor Allison havo beon appointed forest guards on tho DIuo Mountains (E.) national f gr oat. Miss E. A. Newell has beon ap pointed a clork (temporary) on tho Cascado (Willamette) national forest. Reform School Supplies. Sealed proposals aro hereby In vited for furnishing tho Orogon State Reform school, with supplies for the next bIx months ending Do combor 31st, 100S. Supplies con sisting of flo-ur, grocorloB, moats, leather. Lists with specifications will bo furnished upon application to tho superintendent. All bids must bo In by Juno 30, and goods do llverod by July 15, 1908. Goods must bo In Btrlct accordance with samplo In original packages when possible. All contract supplies will bo paid for at tho first of t,ho month follow ing tho delivery of tho goods, N. H. LOONEY, C-lG-lOt Superintendent. 4 & K it? I HICKORY BARK Cough Remedy Aiioivmv nut Coughs, Colds CROUP Whoopinf Couth MoirsrnrM Bronchltl SORC THROAT 4 (Mnvm IM iTHnOAT.ndlUNCS MmtntyM CWy t lU(t tiH KlHtDY M. VUrU,OJ60N.U IV mmrwTTTmi ftte. ti4i-frC (tu MINE GIVES $35,000 IN TWO DAYS iColtcd I'rni I.cnunl Wire Rono, Nov., Juno 22. According to n smelter report Just mndo public, tho Rogers mining syndlcnto has Just completed tho record week In gold production, having takon out $714 nn hour from tho mlno .from June 3 to Juno 10. Tho sottlomont of tho Binoltor company from Juno 9 nnd Juno 10 shows that $35,000 was paid for oro takon from tho mlno on theso two dtfys. A tronsuro sack was dls covorod at tho 500-foot lovol and onough gold was takon out to pay tho operating oxponses of tho mlno for flvo years, ' .c John Cnllnn O'Laughlln, a proml nont corrospondont at Washington, was today appointed by PreBldont Roosevelt to the secretaryship of tho American branch of tho Jananoso ex position. Tho Buffalo Racing Association opened up its animal moot nt Konn'l- H-l IMllM-H-mHllltllHJ !i It Is Not Adverllsiif !! Which Survives; hi ; i the Things Which Are jj Advertised : : : 2 THE "cloverost adrerttrt mont" you over wroto 1.- .,,11. fnreotUB now, oven by the wj, frlond It maiw w " " mny survivo only In the -blfger ( storo It holped to crate. But It Is Just m certain . tbjj , . the blgr .tore otUwWg.. is to grow uuv ".',:, ,.!). ingofthepresenus I.; J !ho result. In $. I of your 'forsotten" adrertu. "yS have preserved ibi JJ ; mlta of advertising. on , croato new rwu'- new advertising. ?4 II I I I II I WtrrHfH Now Is the Time 1 i To can Strawberries. Wo Iwve on Imjul the finest canning berries of the season. Order emly beforo they nro all gone. If you need nuy Js '(Miisoii or Economy), Jar raps or rubbers, wo will bo glad to supply nil your iweds j: :? ' s: ss GROCERY c0.