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UAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 2, lOOS
7 S r N AT 1 VIA .50 .50 7.5 00 00. th an Ho m x- -e i- id r. t a c- a When You Arc Dry WHY NOT BUY A puro and wholosomo boverag that is sold In all the cities of "Western Oregon and Northorn California. Made of the Choicest Malt and Hops GroVvn in Marion .County Mmlo of Filtered Wntir and strictly In accordance with the Puro Food Law Snlem Beer I'b the best mild boverago offered the public. Mndo by scientific processea and guaranteed puro and whole some. No adulteration. No drugs or chemicals and under the most perect sanltnry conditions. Address all orderB to Salem Brewery Association Wc Launder Ladies' Shirt Waists and White Mf Skirts Just Right. M Wo guarantee to. All of our BhlrtwnhtB nre carc- I fully washed with n speclnl neutral soap, starched Just where they should bo starched and Ironed by experts "who have mado shirtwaist Ironing a special study. Wo are pleasing tho most caroful dressers In the city with our shirtwaist work and are Buro wo can plcaso you. May wo have a trial. SALEM Tel. 2& HHHMi LAUNDRY r"lr ,ovaomt ss"0''9SmI9 oif-vDUS, J,"- W Strawberry Boxes and Crates Just received a carload of folding hallocks, tintops and crates. See us for prices in largo'and small lotB. H S G1Ll Comer Trade and High Sts 'ready tailored clothes FOR WELL DRESSED MEN. v72nPUr price ;range E. ECKERLEN Family Liquot State J 44 Commercial St. COMPANY 130-1C0 S. Liberty St. SPECIAL SHOE SALE On broken sizes. Closing out at greotly reduced prices, Men's Wom en's and Children's Shoes Included In this lot. Somo up-to-date Women's and Children's Oxford Ties And Shoes, Also light CanvnB Shoes in all sizes. JACOB YOGT 15 STATE STREET JUST A MUSICAL TIP Up tho river or down tho bay the life of a party is tho music, and tho musician id certainly one popular perion. Wo se)l musical instru ments excollont ones Just tho kind you should buy, becauso tho price is right. Do not go elsewhere until you sco our complete line we have Just what you want as we have them all that is, all the good kind. Pleased to meet you. L. P. SAVAGE 217 Commercial Street, Free Delivery Til ! II 1 J . J JmB ISA ijfAiw" Cures Woman's Weaknesses. W refer to that boon to weak, norvona, tailoring women known M Dr. Plerce'i Favorlto Prescription. Dr. John Fyfo ono of tho Editorial Staff of Thk Eclkctio Medical UkvibW Bay of Unicorn root lid on lasDUAca) which Is ono of tho chief Ingredients of tho T&' vorlto Prescription " : "A remedy which Invariably acta as a uter ine Invlirorator makes for normal ac tivity of the entire ruurouucUve wtcm.' tie continues "in Iklonlau we havo atnedica ment which mure fully nnxwera the above purposes than any other drug wtUu utiich I am atquatntrtl. In tho treatment of illnc&stn pe culiar to women It Is tcldom that a case li seen which dot not present kome InUlcatloo for this remedial stunt." Dr. Fyfo further sayst "The following are among tho leading Indications for Uolonlas (unicorn root;. . ram or scblnc la the backwlthIeucorrhtri t atonic (weslc) condition of the reproductlv UUClITt and lr- orirans of omen. mCntflV acpresioi ion rltabllltr. soclited wltDchronlc diseases of rlttfchronlc ns of wotne he rcclon tho reurbdiKtlvo raans of women; constant sans of wemen: const a sensation eff heat n the rcclon of the kid- ened conlllo ofthe reproductive syitemt ncyi tnci rrhaslii (floodlns), duo to a weak amcnorlic Arctsed or absent monthly pcrlod.AW&ln.r'frutD or accompanying an abnoovll condition of tho dlia-ulvo organs and Ariietntc ' thin blood ) liahlts dracurlr.e tentftrums la the extretno lower part of th abdoracn." If moro or 'of of tho above symptoms ppttwuiun .ko Dr. fierce IFnyorUq FTtgv'intioiriiriinjriira'iEadTiir ingreSE enuoi wnici. Is Unicorn root, or Hclonlas. and tho nwllcal properties of which It most faithfully represents. Of Golden beat root, unothcr prominent Ingredient of "Favorlto Prescription, rroi. tinioy Binngwoou, m. u.. oi uqw nott Medical Collcgo, Chicago, says: "It Is an lmnortaut remedy In dlsordi tho womb. In fit catarrhal conditions and ffcnoral oofepblcmcnt, It Is useful." Prot. John M. Scuduor, M. D., lato of Cincinnati, says of Golden Seal root : "In relation to Its general effects on the system, then U no mtdklne (n we aixtul xchUA UUrc Is inch general unnntrntttf ot winUm. It Is unfuer.ally roKMded as Ou tonic useful In all rintillltntfut Hiatus.' .. w.-.-. .-" - '1 1"" .. . Prof. K. lir-rtholow. M. v.. ft TnTAWAAN Medical Collfgo, says of Golden Seal : "VftluriWo Iti uterlno hemorrhafru. menor riti rhaffla (AochIIpc) and conirestlvo dyktacnor aiinta fna (r t it I -nnnattllRtlnn) " Dr. PIcrcoV. Favorlto Prescription faith, fully represents all tho ubovo named In. Srcdlcnts and cures tho diseases for whlcJj aoy aro rocoumonded. Mexican rcbols last night nssnult ed Paloma1', tho flrBt city for them to attack outside of Coahniln. o The New Remedy Thnt l)oc. "Dr. King's New Discovery 1b the remedy that does the healing other promlso but fail to perform," snys Mr. E. R. Plerson, of Auburn Centre, Pn., It is curing mo of throat and lung troublo of long standing, thit other trentmentB relieved only tempo rarily. New Discovery Is doing me so much good thnt I feel confident Its continued use for a reasonable length of tlmo will restore mo to perfect henlth." This renowned cough nnd cold remedy and throat and lung healer Ib sold at J. O. Per ry's drug Btoro GOc and $1.00. Trial bottlo free. No man docs his work bo well that another ennnot be found to fill hlB place. o - Clminhcrlnin'H Colic, Cholera ami Diarrhoea Remedy Would Have Saved Him 8100.00. . . "In 1U02 I hnd a very sovoro nt- tack or diarrhoea," says u. N. Far rar ,of Cat Island, Ln. "For several weeks'! waB unnblo to do anything. On March 18, 1907, I had a similar attack, and took Chnmberlain't: Colic, Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Rem edy which gavo mo prompt rollof. I consider It one of tho beBt medi cines of Its kind In tho world, and hnd I used it in 1902 believe It would havo saved mo n hundred dollar doc tor's bill." Sold by DrV Stone's drug store. Smile it doesn't cost anything, and makes others hnppy as well a yourself. Help for Thoso Who Havo Stomach Trouble, After doctoring for nbout 12 yoant for a bad stomach troublo, and spending nearly five hundred dollnrs for medicine and doctor's fees, I pur chased my wifo one box of Chamber Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, which did her so much good thnt she continued to uso them nnd they have done her moro good than nil of tho medicine I bought beforo. Samuol Bdyer, Foltom, Iowa. Thla medicine Is for sale by Dr. Stono's drug store. Samplos freo. , ; , Honesty is tho best policy whe.ii your'e being watched. A Golden Wedding. menns that man and wlfo have lived to a good old ago and consequontl have kept healthy The best way tu keep healthy Is to see that your live: does iff duty 305 day.? out of 3G5. Tho only way to do thlB is to keen Ballard's Herblno in tho house and take It whenever your liver gets in active. 50 cents per bottle. Sold by all dealers. The appellajito court of California again stands by Grafter Ruof and takes the matter of settling his bond out of the hnnds of .the superlo. court. t o It Can't Ho Rent, The best of teachers Is experience. C. M. Harden, of Sliver City, North Carolina, 6ay; "I find Electric Bit ters doos all that's claimed for it. For Stomach, Liver and Kidney troubles it can't be beat. I have tried It and find it n moBt excellent medi cine." Mr. Harden is right; It's the best of all medlcllnes also for weak ness, lame back, and all run down conditions. Best too for chills and malaria. Sold under guarantee at. J. C. Perry's drug store. '50c. o Japanese seal poachers are re ported as on their way to the rook eries. Bert Barber, of Elton, Wis., says. "I have only taken four doses of Do Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills and they have done for me morq than any other raedlejne has done." Sold by all druggists. SPECULATE ON mftlliEMKKT Otf RAILROAirdtWICIAL (United Press tensed Wirt. I,, ' San Francisco, Ju)y 1. rFolloWlng close on tho heels of tho announce ment of the resignation Of Thomns Lnwson from the general sliperln tondency of. tho western division of tho Southern Pacific here, came the announcement today that W. A. Me Govern will succeed Law&on in tin high post. McGovern was fprmerly superintendent of tho coast dlvl'lon which 1b to be Intrusted the Thomas Ahenm, now superintendent of the Shasta division. No' one has yet been selected to take Ahearn's place There is much speculation as to tho real reason for Lawson's retirement He came here last November from tho general superlntendency of1 tho Chlcngo ft Northwestern to which road ho has returned, 1 lawn II for llsryim. (United Press I.cnscd Wire.) San Frnnclsco July 1 Four mem hers of the Hnwallan delegation to the Denver convention nre hero pre paring to Btart for the convention city tomorrow with the California delegates. Tho four from the Is lands nre F. Harvey, A. Herbert, W, C. McDonnglo and E. M. Watson. The other two members of tho del egation is Instructed unconditionally for Bryan. Herbert will probably have the distinction of being tho oldest dele gate at Denver. He is 70 years old and has been a resident of the Isl ands for over 40 years. Harvey Jo the only native of Hawaii In tho dele gatlon. He Is ono of the supervisors of Onhu county. Kodol will without doubt help any ono who has stomach disorders or stomach troubles.' Take Kodol today and continue it for the short time that 1b necessary to give you com plcto relief. Kodol is bold by all druggiBts, o FISH TRUST PLEADS GUILTY TO INDICTMENT Chlcngo, July 1. Officers of A Booth & Company, otherwise known nB the "fish trust," have pleaded guilty to a charge of accepting re bates from railroad companies. An Indictment wns voted against the concern a year ago. Iloy'H Life Saved. My Httlo boy, four years old, hnd a Boverp attack of dysentery. We had physicians; both of them gnve him up. Wo then gnvo him Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Dlnr rhoea remedy which cured him and bollovo that saved his life. William 11. Strollng, Carbon Hill, Ala. There Is no doubt but this remedy snvea tho lives of many children encn year Glvo it with caBtor oil according to tho plain printed directions nnd a euro Is certain. For sale by Dr. Stono's drug store. o "Bight Eyes," n medium, who was recently divorced by Edward Vnn derbilt, n wefl-to-do business man of Brooklyn, won her point yesterday when the decision of the Jury was set a?Ido becauso tho Jurymen col lected an Illegal fee. Just Exactly Right. "I havo used Dr. King's Now Life Pills for Bevdral years, and find them Just exactly right," says Mr. A. A. Folton, of Hnrrlsvlllo, N. Y. Now Life Pills relievo without the leaBt discomfort. Best remedy for con Btlpatlon, blllouBne83 nnd malaria. 25c. at J. C. Perry's drug store. o Small Hope 1b held out for Bishop Potter of New York, who is serious ly 111. o . llefct tho World Affords. "It gives mo unbounded plensuro to recommend Bucklen's Arnica Salve," says J. W. Jenkins, of Chap el Hill. N. C. "I am convinced It's rtho best salve tho world afford?. It curou a icion on my thumb, and u never rails to heal every sore, burn or waund to which It is applied. 25c. at J. C. Perry's drug store, o ' Three and ono . British warships are emulating the American gather ing by mnneuvers in the North Sea. Poison Oak Poisoning. Ballard's Snow Liniment cures U. Mr. O. H. P. Cornelius, Turner, Ore., writes My wife has discovered that Snow Liniment cures "Poison Oak Poisoning," a very painful troub'e. She not only cured a case of it on herself, but on two of her frlendfl who were poisoned by this same ivy. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00. Sold by nil dealers. -i When Premier Asquite of Eng land rebuffed thousands of suffra gettes yesterday, they besieged tho house of commons and caused a riot, '"E. C. DoWltt & Co., Chicago, III. Gentlemen In 1897 I had a dlo ease of tho stomach and bowels, In the spring of 1892 I bought a bottle of Kodol and the benefit I received all the gold in Georgia could not buy. May you live long and prosper. Yours very truly, C. N. Cornell, Roodlng, Ga., Aug. 27, 1900." Sold by all druggists, n New Notaries, Mr. Glen O. Allen, The Dalle?; W. H. Bailey, Carlton; H. F. McGrath, Alfred A. Hampson,'0, W. T. Muel haupt, Jas. Mel, Wood, Portland. i I li I II i I I i iit rTTTnTTTTTT SUMMER Wvfcfc.W I AM THE MAN Who was cleaned out by the fire last winter, but I'm ln busl necs again on a larger extent than over, and am ready to sorvo all old customers nnd aB many new ones as come to Newport. Fresh eggs, vegetables, and all staple groceries. Everything tho summer pcoplo need. My new grocery .Btoro Is tho finest In Lin coln county. Freo delivery. LEE W. WILLIAMS, Newport, Or. 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 im i n n N i. m u i n n i hi hi i i 1 1 n t- ii WILHOIT SPRINGS &N0W. I Stago leaves Oregon City, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday until July 1, then daily at 9 A. M. Stage also goes from Mt. Angol, Faro ', ', i $1.50. F. W. McLean, proprietor. Urn t m hi t-fraHM f 4 Yoa Will Need Food S Wo can supply yo with overthlng" in tho grocery line; tho finest fresh butter and vegetables of all kinds. Two stores, ono at Z Nye Bench and ono at Newport. Your cr-ierB ollclted; free do- J livery. LOOMJS BROS.. Newport. Ore. 3 Ba T VPTflPVV 9frDiv'10'w1F&TWFF?frrT9'FJFPVJW& HOTEL BRADSHAW Rooms and board. Rooms with free use of furnished kitchen .ncliudlng dlshoj and wood. Half way to Nye Beach, overlooking tho ocean. Rates reasonable. XV. O. COOK, Prop. Newport, Ore. Bring Your Cameras Supplies nnd developing nt Smith'i Cnmern store, also LUNCHES AND CIGARS Nye Bench, Ncwpow, Ore. lmo-7-1 Phono 44 Main 147 N. High St. C. W. YANNKE Proprietor of THE FASHION STABLES Cabs and Llvory, all Rigs Modern Rubbor Tiro. JtBCiltW1" Gold Dust Flout Made by THE SYDNEY POW ER COMPANY, Sidney, Ore gon. Mndo for family use. Ai-k your grocer for It. Bran and MiortB alwnys on hand. i i i 1 P. B. Wallace AGENT r J! THE BEST ROAST TJDi FAMILY EVER HAD Can be obtained from our prim, '.ender and juicy beef, mutton o pork. All our meats are selected from the choicest, and prepared fo the table to suit tb demand of to fastidious, Our prices are lower fo luallty than you can find at ui' placfl In Salem, E. C. CROSS. I'tione s2fl. 870 Rfr O C T. Co. Steamers Pomona and Oregonla leave for Portland Monday, Wednes day and Friday at 10 a. m. and Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 0 a. m. For CorvalllB, Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday about 7 p. m. M. P, BaldwlD, agent. Ofllce and dock at foot of Trade street, M. P. BALDWIN, Agent, FRENCH FEMALE PILLS. X Bin, Cut.i liiuir for Srrruuno ViKfTiDino. HtVtR KM6WM TO Mil. ' ',' St' " ' r 1 1. CO 11 1. Will mo4 ttitiaati lilal.tu W "i4 (or ta rtll.TiiL BtmplM Krt. 1'JvadrusjUtai. Ml t. Itiio ta your criltu la lb UNITCD MEDICAL CO., SOX T4,Uhcust(i. Pa. Sold in Salem by Dr, S. C S HOLLISTtR'S ftocky Mountain Tea Nuggeis A Suit KcdlNa rot xaiy People. Bring Goldtn Ilultb and Rnwe V'gfr. mid : Idaey Troubles, l'linplry. Kcemi, Irtipuw lilocd, Bail Ureutli, 8liiKKlt.li Uowuu, Itefulngli' Hid Uacfcucbe. It'sRotlcy Mountain Ten in 'nl let form, ttfl ceols a box, Oi.tiulao nm.li b) JIqllidtch Dhvci Cosipanv, Mtttllxon. Wit.. &M.DEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE i I 1 t I L ' ' ' 'TTI Y'l '1 I I '1 I1 I I I I I J RESORTS; nun ii. 4-M'MI III H II 111 HII HIM I aiin4-iHiiMfrj-i--HfrHt-Hm JRVIN HOUSE Tho most homo-llko nnd comfortable hotel at Nye Beach, Flno bowling alley and club houso in connection. Two minutes walk from the ocean. "Courteous treatment" is tho motto of tho management. S. G. Irvln, Prop. Newport When you go to Newport remember Bain's Hack & Dray Co. gives special nttentlon to transfer ring baggage and camp outfits. Fur nished nnd unfurnished houses; wood nnd hay for sale, Leave or ders at Baln'B Bakery, Nye Creek, Newport, Oregon. Phono connec tions. When nt Newport go to Fogarty & Rowln's Livery StnblcB for teams to niovo your baggage; tl glvo youv best girl a drive; to go to Otter. Rock, Seal Rocks or any polnLjof in terest ln small or largo parties. Hay nnd feed nnd a square deal nil arqund; careful drlvorB who know tho bench. Give us a trial. Simoml Londtcn tho boatman. Launches and r1! kinds of boata for rent. Excursionists tnkon to any pnrt of tho bay. Will meet trains ,nt anv time at YaqulnR on request. Rntea reasonable. Now port, Ord. HOT SEA BATHS HOT SEA BATHS Nye Beach, Newport, Ore A Comfortable Summer Hoarding Hous6. THE SEAVIEW HOUSE Mrs, S, S, Burrows. Half-way between tho Po3tofllco and Nye Creek. Rates, ?1.25 a day, room and board. Newport, Oregon. THE OCEAN HOUSE MARY CASE, Manager. Flno vio- of Bay, beautiful loca tion away from noise and the dust of the BtreetB. Block nnd hnlf from boat landing. Open Bummer and win ter. Newport, Yaqulna Bay, Oregon. ED. SULLIVAN'S MARKET Fresh fish of all kinds ln tendon. Fresh Krabs Kooked dally. Fish bait on hand nt all times. Boats to re:.t. lmo-7-1 Stocker's Meat Market Here you will find nt all tlmos tho choicest meats that can be procured, also fish. Your patronngo solicited. STOCKKR'S MKAT MARKET, Newport, Oregon lmo-7-1 Newport House Board and room, homo cooklnr; best 25c mt-ttl ln city; you help your self. Large, pleasant rooms. Rates reasonable. Mrs. M. B, Frey, prj prlotress, Newport. Or. lmo-7-1 MIDWAY Large, bright, airy rooms. Board furnished. Halfway bo tween Newport and Nye Brook. FlrBt-claca In every respect. Bag gage hauled one way free. Rates reasonable. WM, BORDEN, - Kowport, Or, McDonald nouse R, A. McDonald, proprietor. Private board and lodging, moderate rates, homo cooking, Located at Nye Reach, Newport, Oregon.