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PHONES ORGANIZED . . . MonHns of thr ronrcBontn. Lt nf the various rural tolcphomt interns "Clir ouium, iu vitiy nun yurdny afternoon, it wbb decided to aolldnto the companies under one r omant. Thin nlnn him boon I Anns'" ----- - -- vw-4 Indcr consideration for some tltnn fill greatly benefit tho users of tho llepbono in mo coiuuiry. ah tneuo L..i .nmnnnles hnve direct rnnnen- vL ...Hh thn Pnnlfln Htntnft Tnln. Ihonp company's Bwitchbonrd at Sa- km. . .. . . gome or mo rurni systems were iot represented at tho meeting Bnl rday, aa compiuiu arrangement1 '.ni tin iinrfcctGil Until rnnroRpnhv. Ives from these llnOB are conferred rth. Representatives present wno .. nmtnlntctl on tho committor 0 complete tho plans f consolldn iloDt nro as follews: i. George W. weeks, Salem-Fulr- ield Co.; J. h. urnmms, unuo Creole . h. K. NIon. Frultlund Co.t J. HV.'jory, Sunnysldo Co.; W. L. Slme. rtl, Loulsoorg uo.; u. m.- Denver, Rose Hill uo.; noy v. urman, ijiuor y.prospect Co.; A. D. Pettljohn, ?our now i;o.; a. u. poison, sown ,lberty Co.', William Goodrich, Chn- ran u . William Goodrich was elected ns lreildent, nnu ueorgo w. weeKs sec etary. Tho next meeting of tho con ciliated company will bo hold on Friday June ao, nt a p. m. o Cntnrrli Cniinot Ho Cured. with local applications, .bb they jsnnot roach 'tho seat of tho dlscusc. n.torrli la n lilnml or rnnatltutlnnnl Ildlxase, and In order to euro it yoy emit take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taken Internally, and 4Ctl uirecuy on iiiu uiaou unu mu mm BiirfnroR. Tlnll'n Cntnrrh Hiiro 1i not a quack medicine. It was pro cnbed by one of tho best physicians in ililo pntintrv for vnnm nnil In n regular prescription, It Is composed ol the ucit tonics Known, commnea trill, ihn lipnt lilond nurlflorfl. nrtlncr directly on tho mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of tho two in gradient1? is wnat produces such trnnrlnrOil resulto In cnrlntr Catarrh. Send for testimonials free. F. J. Cheney &Co., props.. Tola- do, 0. , Tnko Hall's Family Pills for con- ttlpAtion. Gold by all druggists, pneo yoc LOOT HOME AT TEX MILE. Incidents Alnrmcil Over Scries of Petty Crimes In tlmt Section. (Coqulllo Bpec!al to Journal.) Ten Mlln residents nro alarmed over a scries of robberies that are being perpetrated there and win op peal to Prosecuting Attorney L. A. Lllfonvlst tn nut nn end to tliO relKll I of petty crime. UnlesB the matter ends soon It IB reared that tncro will be serious developments. nnnta fiina nmtiliinll Inns, ntonk. ; bouiohold goods, etc., have disap peared rrqm a dozen or so nomes ni Ten Mllo within a short tlmo, and tho ret flnntn linllnvn tlinl it In 1110 worK ' of a gnng. It 1b belloved that a duo Has been obtained to the guuty parties and this will bo submitted to Mr. LllJenvist nnd Marshal J. W. Carter. Saturday night tho homo of Chas. Norris was pilfered. A night or so nrevlnns n Tillitinnl'a lmmo una rob bed. Peter Maneget has lost sevoral ooien chickens ana otnor iarmers bave lost calves, etc. A vlgllanco commltteo may bo or ganized by tho residents. o Tlilnlre T Clival TTIa T.lfft. LeBter M. Nelson," of Naples. Maine, says In n recent letter: "I bave used Dr. King's Now Discovery many yenrs, for coughs and colds, and I think It saved my llfo. I bave found It, n reliable remedy for tbroat and lung complaints, and won d no more b9 without a bottlo than I would bo without food." For nearly 40 yearc Now Discovery has itoori nt thn honri of throat and lung : remedies Ab a proventlvo of pnen monln, and healer of weak limgs it bas no equal. Sold under guarantee at J, c. Perry's drug store. 50c and ; 11-00. Trial bottlo free. Vn- rVuMinmf Inns. PnrtinnH Tim Tniin Pemnanv: t principal office. Portland, Orogon; capnui stock, J&ouu; incorpunuui". t-uuiB bonuneim, w. w. b"' and Itobert J. Upton. Portland-Gold HUI Mining Com pany; principal offico, Portland; cap ital Hock, $100,000; incorporator.-, K. K, Kubli, H. C. Mahon and I. W. Lane P. Dresser Mercantile Co.,; princi pal office. Seusldo, Oregon; capital stork, $15,000; incorporators. F. Dresser, A. R. Wascher and F. A. Dresser, Dressers Incorporated; princlpp office. Portland, Oregon; capital stock, $100,000; Incorporators, Her man Klaber, M. Relnsteln and A. ". Zeller. New Notaries. William D. Ordwny, Goo, S. Sheperd, Chester V. Dolph, R. L Eckeion, Portlaud; F. W. Moor nead, Junction C'.ty; Thos. F. Ryan. Oregon City; Milton Berry. Ashland; Jlne W. Pearce, McMlnnvllle, Louis Lachmund, Salem. v TEA Linger longer over it; let it be steaming hot from the earthen pot; and the loveliest woman pour it. yeor trocr returni your mone? II oo don'l DAILY CAPITAL "" Pfi.Olcl- .... r. i''7"'" "' "uaieeu urugon state Insane A ylimi hereby Invites sealsd proposals for furnishing the in1 ?.W1?B 1!sts of "uPPHes to tho institution, for the six months end ing December 31st, 1908. List of Ury Goods, Furnishing Goods ami Notions, from July to December, J 008. 4000 yds. Pequot "A" sheeting, 30 In., unbleached; 2000 yds. Peqyot "A" sheeting, 9-4 in,, bleached; 5000 yds. Pequot "A" sheeting 0-4 In., unbleached; 2000 yds. Lownsdalo Bheeting, 30 in., blenched; 2500 yds. shirting Otis stripe, AXA or Thorndyke; 1500 yds mattress ticking (Warren Cotton Mills) 32 In. wide No. 1112; 2000 yds Checked toweling, 17 in. wide) J 3000 yds bleached toweling, 17 in. wide; 800 yds bhie calico twills, 28 In. wmu'v ushi, paiurns; 800 yds. black and white Calico twills, 28 In, wide, asU. pattern.; COO yds Turkey Ited calico twlllfe, 28 In. wide, nsst. patterns; 1200 yds. Gingham, Anuk. 28 In. wide; 1200 yds blue Denim, 9 oz. Amsk. 800 yds A. 0. A. Ticking, 30 in wide, Amsk. 4000 yds Canton Flannel, XXX Nashua, Brown; 3 GO yds Table Oil Gloth-, white, best quality, 45 In. wide; 144 yds Elnstlc Web, White, In. wide; 200 doz. prs. Men's socks, Cotton, v inii 50 doz. prs Ladles' stockings, Cot ton, No. 101; 20 doz pars. Suspenders, 3G In. submit sample. 200 yds Checked Continental Flan nel, 0 oz. 200 yds. Table Linen, GC in. wide, submit samples; 200 yds. Outing Flannel (Teaslo down), submit sumples. 100 yds. Scrim, plain white; GO Ibu. Crown Carpet Warp, Eureka; 20 red, 20 blue, 20 black. 230 doz. Thread, J. P. Coats' or Clark's O. N. T., 200-yd. spoo'; White, No. 3G, 200 doz.; No. 1G, 3fl ilnr. 50 doz. Black; No. 24, 20 doz. No. 3G, 30 doz. 10 doz Bed Spreads, submit sample. 5 Oroas Safotv pins, No. 3 Duplex (Stewart.) , , Vi doz. Box Hooks and Eyes, Blact No. G, sub. tvamplo. 1 doz. Ladles Corsets, No. 24, su,. sample. . 1 doz. Ladlos Corsets, No. 25, sub Bamplo. .. , 1 doz Ladles' Corsets, No. 2G, sub mit Eample. nm , ., 1 doz. ladles corets, No. 27; submit 1 doz 'Ladles' Corsets, No. 28, sub. snmplo Groceries. 8000 lbs. Beans, white," (submit snm- 5000'lbs. Rolled Oats, In sks., 1250 lb, more or less, to be delivered every six weeks as required. 1000 lbs. Steel C. Oats, in sks. 300 3000 lbs! Cracked Wheat, In sks, 750 3000B'ibs.Homlny Grltz, In sks., 750 lOoVlbB,' Cream of Whut.MO do. 3000 lbB. Corn Meal, yellow, In sks., 2 bb?i.lbBuck' Wheat Flour, No. 1, 50-lb. sU3.; 150 lbs every six 3C0C?bB8.' Pepper, black, ground, 5- lb tins (sub. samples) . "000 lbB. Tobacco, chewing, 14 oz. plugs, (sub. samples). 1000 lbs. Tobacco, smoking, l - oz. iVkgt.. in cloth bagJ, submit 4000 Ts 'Soap, Savon, standard Or- egon mfg. (Bubmlt MmP'J' ., 1500 lbs. Soap, white, cap, 0 oi. -k?,8' onn, vitchon. or sand liVM IU- "!' t Boan (submit samples). bo'SS BoJp, Wool, (submit samplo). r.r. n.G Rnnn Pearlluc, l-lo PKgS.i 500JoTbl? ffi.8)No. 1 Japan (sub 10?S2 Baking Powde;, Pioneer, or aB Kood, In 5-lb.-tlns. 48 lb' Chocolate (Baker's) 1-lb. Pkgs. 1Brib"!j..aonU.tcdo.ant.l o4ndoCzanCor, canned 2 S. (nbmlt oooW'Sal. Soda, in 10 ck. 500 lbs. Soda Crackers XXX. more or less. dl. as roqulred. 530.fiBOSugar. Dry Grar ..Cane; ory American Rtflntd or WeitArn 7BSUdgonzr SSSff-No. 1 best, (sub. . doTPmooms. Mill. No. 1 Dost. i iSi" W?ll2. Salad Dressing. or as good, u. ioz Bot. Tobasco sauce. 50 t Honey, 1st BJJ. white, in 3CJaMlpn3.rbpJgs J .,e SardU. Pi.n.h. 100 boxe. in case, iuu. ";-' ie, iiuu. "'" rfnn.. Tre- 40 lbs. Ra-lsins --d" submit ferren . 40ESPCurrants. 10-oz. cartons Pre- CCasTpine Apple, sliced. Pre- .SS-SiSftSSS: -eferred ;Kf.gree, Prefer- 4 SSJ?S.rp"f ock. or 4 Tomatoes, Preferred Btock, or as good, JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, JUNE 22, 1008 8 Cases Peaches, Preferred stock, or US &UUU. 5 Cases Apricots, Preferred stockt or as good. 4 Cases Asparagus, lg. canB,' Prefer red stock, or as good. 4 Cuses Pears, Bartlett, Preferred stock or aB good. 2 Cbbcs Ollvoi, lg. 30-oz. bot., M or S, Preferred stock or as good. 10 Gal. Olives, lgv In bulk, Jumbo, i-iuivnuu eiuck or ns goou. 3 Cases OHvas, 10-oz. bot., Jumbo, Preferred stock or ns good. 1 Case Olives, RIpo, lg. cans, (sub. sample). 10 Gal. Mnplo Syrup, (sub. sample). 3 Cases Shrimps, lg. can. 4 Cases Clams, whole, soft-shell, Llt , tlo Neck. 1 Case Kippered Herring. 2 Cases Mushrooms, French. ' 1 Caso Cream, of Wheat. 2 Cases Violet Wheat, or 5 Mln. Mush, 2 Cases Salted Wafers. 12 Pke. Rtirpdilp,! Wlirnt, 1 Sk. WnlnutB, paper Bhcll, 1 Hie Almnndu unfl oil nil 250 lbs. Coffeo (Java and Mochn) roasicu, to uo uoiivorou as requir ed In CO-lb lots, (sub. sample of green and roasted of the samo). 24 Boxes Jello. 24 Boxes Gelatine. 2 doz, Baker b Cocoa, 2 Cases Durkees Salad Dressing, 1 pt. bot. 4 doz. Brushes, Dust, No. 7, (sub. sample). 5 doz. Brushes, Scrub, No. 13, with handle, solid back. 5 Doz. Brushes, Rattan (Pot). 10 Reams Straw Paper 500 lbs. Cheo3e, Oregon Full Cream, more or less, uciivorcu aB re quired. 500 Gal. Oil, coal, more or less, del. aB required. 250 lbs. Paraffin, 1-lb cakes, wrapped, (Stnndnrd Oil Co.) 10 doz. Bath Brick. 48 doz. Yeast Cakos, Magic, 12 doz. every G wks. del. as req. 30 Balls Cotton Twine. 100 lbB. Axle Greaio, 25-lb bucket. 4 doz. Mop Btlcks, hardwood. 1 doz Parafflno sticks, Hardwood. GO lbB. Boos Wax, 1-lb cakes. 20 lbs. Sage, ground, In 5-lb tins. 120 lba. Mustard, ground, in 5-lb tins. . . . 100 lbs. Poarl Barley, 25 lbs In box. 40 lbs. Cocoanut. filircuueu in x-bub. 5 lbs. Nutmeg, whole. 2 CaBCB Fly paper, Tnnglo Foot, 20 doublo sheets In box, JO boxes In case. , 2 Boxes Shoe blacking, G doz. (Ma sons'). 1 doz Blacking Brushes, No. 141. n .in. atnvn Dnlloli Ulttlne Sun. it UUAl Ul"w w..M.., -- r " ' ., 40 doz. Minced Clams, s-io iw, Roynl Club, or as good. 1G0 lbs. Macaroni, white, In 8-id bozos. G4 lbs. Vermicelli, white in 8-rb boxes. ' .,!. 2400 lbs. O. R. Coffeo, ronsted, to be .inilifArn.i no rnniilrAil. In 1200-in lots, Bhb sample of green and nniiiAil nf r tnmft. GOO lbB. Java Coffeo, roasted, to be dtllvercd ns rcquircu in " lotB, sub. samplo of green and .nHUil nt 4Iia ctinin 400 lbs. Mocha Coffeo, roasted, to bo delivered as requireu in w lots, sub. samplo of green and A.l V itin anmn 100 bbls. Syrup, must be- In now bbls, nnd no leaKngo, iu u u Uvorcd In 50-bbl. lots ns required, sub. samplo. 200 Gal. Molasses, N .0., sub. sam ple. Shoes. 179 Pairs Men's Shoes; 12 No. 0, 12 v T 7T. K'n R. CO No. 9. 20 No. i'HU. I, '- -,---- 30 Pairs Ladles' Shoes; 12 No. C, 12 No. 0, 12 No. 7. 8 Gross Shoo Strings, Mens, sub. S arosiBhoj. Strings, Ladles' Biib sampiu. Shoo Polish. . 2doz. Bottles, Rlxby's Shoo Satin, (Black, largo size.) i 2 iloz. Boxes No. 10 Blxby's Shoe Paste, (Black.) Men to. 800 lbs. Beef, per day, more or less. equivalent parts forp and hlni quarters, to bo delivered bb re quired at Asyiuro. 300 lbs. Mutton per weok, more or less, equivalent parts fore and hind quarters, delivered ns re- 3000 lbs. Ham, moro or loss, deliv ered as required. 1C00 lbs. Breakfast Bacon, dellveroJ as required. . .nnv I.- rlol. frniih. Tlfir nlOntll, more or loss, delivered as re- qU,red' Mill Fml. f , 45 tons Bran, No. l, moro or less, d Uvorod as required. lBtoni Shorts. No. 1. moro or !w. 700 bbls. Flour. No. 1, moro or loss, delivered as roqulrd. , 300 bbls. Flour, Hard Wheat, dell- ored as required. , 100 bbls. Flour Oraham, No. l, uo- -sss,s,-,?,bibaf5lsAW. luni and tho goods must be In ao cordanco therewith. Where .amplo. aro required and not furn Uhetl bv WddiS th. articles must be , .qujl tn snmnlos to be seen at the Asium. b., do on So,r. mn.- lmMn: Tluln. IM". '"A i .j-r""'?' s a'-ShK riour. .- ".-;'. ,viii ho Prockerv ami ujusww.. -furff.b2d by the clork upon appll- "'ffgoodB must bo in strict accor dan i with sample In original pack auos when poslble, and delherea at the Sate Insane Asylum within 0 days after tho contract is award ed and bids must be on blank forms which will bo furnished, together with the nuructlons to bidders, by The Clerk MPon application. Baon bid on flour or meat must be accom om on Iiuu' "'.,,, rv,orV of S300. Kd each bid on fl h by a certified "Seek of $75 00, and all other bid by certified checks equal to 10 per fent of the amount bid; checks of unsuccessful bidders to bo returned Immediately, and those of accepted bidders when the contract Is com pleted. Bid must be enclosed in senled envelopes nnd directed to tho 'Bonrd, caro of the Clerk, nnd ploln ly marked, "BUIb for Asylum Sup plies," and the class of goods bid on should also be Inscribed on .tho envelope Price, fitness and. quality liBlni? nfinnl tiroff'rdnrn will tin iVlPoi. to nrtlcles manufactured, grown or proauceu in mis Btnte. wncn a particular .article la specifically called tor, bids on other kind, man ufacture or brand equally good will tin pntortnlnml. tin tn Inslirn rump. initlon .of such bids, samples of the articles it la proposed to supply must nccompany them. The Board reserves tho right to .reject any or all bids, or to accept or reject any part of a bid. Bids will iho innened atthfl C!ntmol nt Hnlolil. at 10 a. m. Monday, Juno 29th, 1908. Ttv nnlpr of tho llfinril of TriiBtoes of the .Oregon State Insane Asylum f Wt XT n 1TWD G-17-20-24-27 Olbrk. OASTOXIIA. Stin tt Ktad Yctl HartAiftirt BoutM Z&tfZz&i TORRID ZONE FUNARCE Tho above cut represents our brick lined Torrid Zone Furnace, Guaranteed gas, smoko and dust proof. Economical and durable A. L. FRASER 258 8TATE STREET. Estimates furnished on boating Graber Bros. PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING Will give, prompt attention to all orders, guarantee our work to glvo satisfaction and to bo up to tho sanitary stand ard. WE WILL BE PLEASED TO GIVE ESTIMATES ON CONTRACTS. Call at our shop on Liberty street, back of Barr's Jewelry Store. Phono 650. Huie Wing Sang Co, DIG STOCK OF GOODS We mako up all kinds of wrapper and whito underwear, wnlsts, klmon bb and skirts; all kinds of gentle men's nnd ladles' furnishing gooJs; all kinds of BllkB and dress goods, hose, suits, pants, overalls, blankets, neckwenr, matting, chlnawaro, trunkB, embroidery and lace, etc. OUR STORE REST. Goods now at very lbw price big sale. DUO N. Commercial t SnU'in, Oi. PHJCHESTER'S PILLS I'lil. i nn ?! ,"". XT' i n, tm'rx li ! 7a-. Y lrsi-'t. A.n IU-'lf ',-Tr.B .iinUv.iuM iil.Airhi ifll D BY firnr,iis EVERVKFJL THE AVENUE Creams, Ices, clgarj and confeo Ions; Corner of Seventeenth r.ud Aavlum avenue. N. u. sr. pro- j Salem Fence Works I Headquarters for Woven Wire Fencing. Poultry Netting, Pickets, uae., Maltnoid uooiidb, r. n. Roofing, 8creen Doors and Ad justable Window Screens. CHAS. D. MULLI6AN Successor WALTER MORLET. 9M Crt St. 0f' Millinery at Greatly Reduced Prices TRIMMED HATS IN THE VERY LATEST STYLES, BEST QUAL ITIES OF MATERIAL, SHAPES, FLOWERS, FOLIAGE, CHIFFONS, MALENES, ORNAMENTS ALL AT REDUCED PRICKS. Long Silk Gloves, $2 White Parasols from White Lace Hose at Lace Curtains 45c pair Large assort- irtent of White Lawn Waists values up to $2.00 Special $1.25 each White Silk Waists Worth $2.50 regular SlUCETS Fl'LL SIZE RLEACIKD SHEEnS'G OfcliY 05c EACH RED SIRE.VDS LARGE SIZES FROM 7nc VI'. K0STEIN S OREMAUM, 'StSUiSS" Salo Notice. Notlco is hereby glvon that, under tho provisions of ordlnnnco No. 200, I will on the 26th day of Juno, 1908, nt S! o'clock p nit, at tho pound In "ho city of Salem, sell at public auction tho following described Im pounded animal, tewlt: Twn-venr-nld steer, black, with Bomo white on the belly, split In tho THE BUREAU Is n gentleman's resort you not only find gpntlemcti In front of tho bar but behind tho bnr. F. P. TALKINGTON, Proprietor IPs long cxporlonco In tho business has tnugh't him that It pays to buy only the best. WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS I Tolcphono, 177. uoUnn ladies' Shirt Waists and Whke r Skirts Just Right. Wo guarantee to, All of our shirtwaists are care fully washed with a special noutral soap, starched Just wliero they should bo Btnrchod and Ironed by experts who" have made shirtwaist ironing a special study. Wo nro pleasing the most careful dressers Iu the city with our shirtwaist work and aro sure we can ploaso you. May we have a trial. SAtEM LAUNDRY COMPANY . Tc) 25 136.188 B. Liberty it. hyv & - --- . , j -?SIL jEi Strawberry Boxes and Crates Just received n carload of folding hailocks, t'ntops and cratos. Ste u for prices in large and mnali lots. H S GILE ready tailored FOR WELL DRESSED MEN. ujiPJ x&'f &Z0 f ' -. , mmlmmmmmmrm9rm s 5 Quality, $1.25 pair 50c up. 1 5c )air. and.up, t. . .Bleached Musv liri House Lintrlg DriUing Canvas Sheetings , all t Reduced Prkes right ear, largo horns. Tho owner of sold animal can hRYe tho samo by proving property au'4 !aylng tho legal charges nnd expea bcs of taking up and keeping, etc., nnd in default thereof", for five days 'I will 'prociod to sell said nnlranl at publld auction, ns provided In ordi nance No. 429 of tho aforesaid city. D. W. GIBSON, City Morihalfl 8alem, Oregon, Jun iu, iyua. , M-avuv 3GS State Bfe mmrmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Spring Shoes A good Btock of Men's, Ladlos', Hoys' nnd Girls' shoes In nil colors and leathors. Tan nnd black Oxfords, also light canvn? shoes. Ladlos and Misses' pumps. Como in and sco my stock. JACOB YOGT 1MB STATE STREET -jTsTTTmi'sical TIP Up tho river or down tho bay tho life of u party Is tho music, and tho musician Is certainly ono popular person. Wo soil musical Instru mentsexcellent onesJust the kind you should buy, liccntiM tho prlco Is right. Do not go elsewhere until you soo our comploto line -wo have Just what you want ns wo buf J them all that Is, all tho good kind. Pleased to meet you. L. V. SAVAGE iII7 Commercial Str''t. Corner Trade and High Sts. clothes PRJGC RANGE 4Q'l TO g i m)iia ifW i . t J." 1 '' " TW i'