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(Hiiiv-fc'44...v -. DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY, JULY B. 1008 -- m WVANT - HOME FROM RAWHIDE SALEM MAN WHO CAME HOME TO COOL OFF, lAND SAYS HE HAD ONE RATH IN THREE MONTHS. jerry Wyant, tho linotype expert, Is home from three and one-halt months spent at Rawhide, Nev , which was a city, of 12,000 when he landed and only about 6000 when ho left. Ho BOt up and Installed a $15, 00Q printing plant for tho Press Times, and came away much pleased pith his life in tho dosort ratntn camp. Ho says all the banks there went broke and If tho panic condl t'ons let up thoro will be a railroad In there and some valuable mineral wealth developed. At proaont thoro Is nothing doing. Evon tho price of water, which haa to bo halilvd olgh't miles, has como 'down to 20 cents a five-gallon can. Any kind of drink Is chenpor than good water, and to got a bath one has to travel G2 miles by auto, at a faro of $12.50 and r.tay ovdr night, so that a bath costs about $40, and aro really only taken by tho very rich. Ho saya ho took ono whilo he was out thoro. Water Is too vaUiablo to uso for such purposes.' Fallon Is on tho branch lino of tho S. P. railroad, and Is going to bo a great place, In- his opinion and when Jerry has an opinion It Is apt to bo an omphntlc and positive ono in the superlative degree', Bomotlme3 rolnforcod when occasion requires with a vocabulary that warms ftp tho gallery unless tho nsbo3tos curtain Is dropped. Ho Bays he will stay in Salem nwhllo until ho cools tiff, but has had n vory onjoynblo and satis factory stay in tho Nevada mining camp fclty. Roy's Life Saved. My llttlo boy, four years old, had n sovoro attack of dysentery. Wo had physicians; both of them gavo him up. Wo then gavo him Chnm borlnln's Colic, Cholera and Dlar rhoea remedy which cured him nud boliovo thnt saved his lifo. William II. Strollng, Cnrbon Hill, Ala. Thoro is no doubt but this remedy saves tho lives of many children each year. Olvo It with castor oil according to tho plain printed directions and n euro 1b certain. For Bnlo by Dr. Stono'a drug atoro. i Pay as you go. More than on6 ship has boon sunk by tho nibbling of a rat. Lot no store-bill rats nlbblo at tho bottom of your "home craft. Just Evnctlv Right. "I havo uioa Dr. King's Now Life Pills for sovoral years, and find them Just exactly right," says Mr. A. A. Felton, of HnrriBvlllo, N, Y. Now Lfo Pills rollovo without tho lonst discomfort. Best romody for con sMpatlon, blllouBnoss and malaria. 2Cc at J. C. Pprry's drug stdro. o Many workers aro not satisfied on tho road to succoss. Thoy grumble because it is not a plko. ALCOHOL 3 PER nifKT AVcgubteIVeparailoflfirAs. slrallatiteRjodaalRMii- Promotes DjsHoRCkcff ncss ami RestjContaBiSKiir NOT N ARC OTIC. jfvtiafj&Bmm JUfJ&SJ- Aperfecl Benveiy for CmsUft IVOn , dOUT WIaatfl.UurrwH Worms jCwwitewisxom ncss awl Lo ssofSleep. ftcKafeStJaaiweer Rj NEV YOHK. . GRukSSsedTuSEcTGn J&cact Copy of Wrappsr. HHHn' ! 7 E' I if! S M & IB W W.WWT I P-MMMIMWMB Your Doctor Will, Tell You YouNtcci A Natural Tonic Tho majority of so-called ''Spring" tonic supply a false stimulation to he body but this is not tho natural and moqt beneficial way of helping tho system to overcome lassitude. DR. D. JAYNES TONIC VERMIFUGE tones and builds up the body in tha natural way through the stOtHr ach. A run-dawn condltioa on health is almost invariably due to a disordered stomach and digestive organs. Jajrnea Tonic Vermifuge font the stomach and restores fc to Its normal healthy condition. Then the restored stomach does the building up and brings the body back to a state of perfect health. This is the natural way. Jfn't Toot Tmilhft li Ml br u taffuu. J St HUM HMt, fl.ov, BBC. un ma. Jsrat'ststdornatlitho1i)ert k I sod mott teuton uoucn v.ur mown iknown. I tI Men who pay as they go, usually do not go vory ofton. -o ... TEA There's -plenty of hum bug in tea: not one ounce in a ton Schilling's Best. Your srocct return jour moot 11 you 4ia'l Uk lit Di iita' . Ho who loan tho storm sponds many Idle days in port. o A Golden Wedding. means that man and wlfo havo lived ;to a good old ago and consequently nnvo Kept nenitiiy tho nest way to koop healthy Is to boo that your livor docs it's duty 3G5 days out of 3C5. Tho only way to do this Is to Icoeu Ballard's Horblno in tho Iioubo and tnko It whbnovor your llvor gets In- active. DO cents por bottle. Sold by all donlors. o .. .Hot? Yos, utjt's good weather for corn, so cnoor upr Help for Those Who Havo Stomach Trouble. After doctoring for about, 12 years for a bad4 Btomnoh trouble, and spondlng nearly flvo hundred dollars for medlcino and doctor's feos, I pur chased my wife ono box of Chambor- ; Iain's Stomach -and Livor Tablets, i which did hor so much good that sho continued to uso them nnd they havo done hor more good than all of tho medicine I bought before 8amuol Boyer, Folsom, Iowa. This piedlclno Is for sale by Dr. -Stone's drug storo. Samples free. Tho earthworm considers tho pln.v a harrowing calamity. GASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over .Thirty Years GASTORIA w, m, ,. snr m rv. mr lrT m In w Jm M Atf A ft!1 A'Su'stainlng-Dlet. ' HjIWslWMWMWIMWll Those are .the. enorvatlne days.ft r. - when, as somebody, haa said, men . j. " arop ny sunstroxe as u mo Day oi Fire had dawned Thoy are fraught, Jsvlth danger. Jo p.eople whose sys tems are poorly sustained; and this leads U9 to say, in tho interest of tho loss robust ot our readers, that tho full effect of Hood's Sarsaparll la is such as to suggest tho propriety of calling ,this medicine something besides a blood purifier and tonfc, say, Ja sustaining diet. It hiakei It mucli easier to bear the heat, as sures refreshing sleep, and will with out any doubt avert much sickness at this time of year. Clmmbcr loin's Colic, Cliolcra and Diarrhoea Itcmc-dy Would Havo Saved Hlnv $100.00. . . "In 1902 I had a vory severe at tack of diarrhoea," says R. N. Far rar of Cat Island, La. "For several weeks I wns unablo to do anything. On March 18, 1907, I had a similar attack, and took Chamberlaln'c Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem edy which gave mo prompt rollof. I consider it ono of tho best medi cines of Its kind In tho world, and had I used It In 1902 bellovo It would havo saved mo a hundred dollar doc tor's bill." Sold by Dr. Stone's drug store. o Shorten tho row by grinding tho hoo, u Poison Oak Poisoning, Ballard's Snow Liniment cures it. Mr. O. H. P. Cornelius, Turner, Oro., writes My wife has discovered that Snow LInlmont euros "Poison Oak Poisoning," a very painful troub'e. She not only cured a case of It on horself, but on two of her friends who wero poisoned by this same ivy. Prlco 2c,,G0c and $1.00. Sold by all dealers. It Is well to plan the- work but bo Jsuro you can work tho plan. . o Rest tho World Affords. "It gives mo unbounded ploaBurn to recommond Bucklen's Arnica Snlvo," says J. W. Jenkins, of Chap el Hill, N. O. "I am convinced it's tho best salvo tho world affords. - It cured a felon on my thumb, and it never falls to henl ovory sore, hum or wnundvto. which It is npplied. 25c. at J". C. Perry's drug store o Tako time to grind your Jack knife; many fnrmors carry awfully dull knives in tholr pockets. Tucnty-flvo Cents is the Price of Peace. Tho torrlblo itching and smarting, incident to cortaln skin diseases, .s almost Instantly allayed by apply ing Chamberlain's Salvo. Price, 25 cents For salo by Dr. Stono's drug store. u Open you heart to tho sorrow, of ovory man who comos to .talk with you about his troubles. o "E. C. DoWltt & Co., Chicago, III. Qontlomon In 1897 I had a dU easo of the stomach and bowob. In tho spring of 1892 I bought a bottle of Kodol and tho benefit I received all tho gold in Georgia could not buy. May you live long nnd prosper. Yours vory truly, O. N. Cornell, Roodlnpr, Ga., Aug. 27, 1900." Sold by 0.11 druggists. --- Why is tho carol038 boy llk a hen? Becauso ho can aoldom find anything whoro ho laid it yesterday. o Bert Barbor, of Elton, Wis., says: "I have only tnkon four doses of Do Witt's Kidnoy and Bladder Pills and they have done for mo more than any other medicine ha3 done." Sold b all drugglBts. v A man will wait on a bank four hours for a fish that doesn't intend to blto; but ho won't wait flvo min utes for his wlfo to get ready for church. Kqdol will without doubt holp any ono who has stomach disorders or stomach troubles. Take Kodol today and continue it for tho short time that -Is necessary to give you com plete relief, Kodol is sold by ai' druggists. o Thoro Isn't any music for a good farmer in a rattling wagon. He knows every tlmo he drives such a wagon that ho is Just shaking tho money right out of his own pocket. Tighten things up, and save tho wear and tear on the wagon and on your own nerves at the same time. o DeWitt't Witch Hazel Salvo is o peciolly good for piles. Recommend ed and sold by all druggist. -,, Willamette Valley Chautauqua. Assembly, Gladstone Park, Or . July 9 to 19 inclusive. Rate for above occasion one and ne-thlrd fare on certificate plan Is authorized. Train Service. Tains No. 11, 12, 17 and 18'wl'l stop at Gladstone during the assem bly. 9n agent will be stationed at Gladstone to issue return tickets and check baggage. W. M McMurray, G. p. A. Jno. M. Scott, Asst. G. P. A., S. P. Co. 7-6-tf. O Attn At TC mwipmummi Cilxrfn2Z&u fm WAIN I FOR SALE For Sale Good, alhiost new hay baler. Can bo seen at Capital Soap Works, 1230 Ferry street. WIU very.pheap. ,, , g-is-inja Aut66bllo For Sale First class',' SG-horse power, 5 passenger Stod dard-Dayton touring car for salo cheap. Owner will guarantee car. Enquire at Journal oftce. For Bale First-class carpet paper st this office, 25c for a big roll. Fop Sale New 6-room' house on Market and Thirteenth . All con venlences. Will sell cheap. Ad dress C. H., Journal office. tt For Sale One model E Ramblor runabout. Warranted first class nnnrl (Mam Oen ItMlnmn A. H(ai4tAK 6-18-lmo For Sole Tent, 12x14, 5-foot wall. F. A. Sutton, Rt. No. 4, Phone Farmers 93. 7-8-3t For Sale All household goods, In cluding new Burdotto organ atif Royal range. Moving away. Call 666 S. Liberty St. 7-8-3f For Snle Ono second-hand binder, 1 now Chatham fanning mill with socker; 3 strictly high grado Jer sey helfors from best herd In Polk county, 5 and 6 por cent cows. A snap for you. All must bo sold now as I leavo tho farm soon. W. B. Duncan, Salem, caro Stage Phono Farmers 21. 7-8-lt-wkly3t. FOR SALE. ' 18 .15-100 Acres Located 1 mile from Btntlon, Vi mllo to school. Plnco is nil under cultivation,, ex cept 0 acres in-pasture. AU fenced and no waBto land on Dlaco. .Throe acVo orchard consisting of apjilns, cherries, prunos and walnuts Plenty of tlmbor for fuol. Spring wator In ovory flold. A good 6- room houso, hot nnd cold wator, bath, tollot and lavatory; good barn, grnnory, carriage and shed and chlckou houso. Prlco $4050. Will trado for Salem rcsldonco property not to exceed $1500. 8 Acres Located 2 miles from con- tor of Salem. Threo acres under cultivation, all rost of fruit, such as apples, pears, cherrleB, quinces and English walnuts; 5 ncros In pasture modern 2-story houso, H rooms, hard finished, tioptlc tank, wind mill nnd towor. Prlco $4000, easy forms. 18 Acres Locntod 2 mllos from town, all under cultivation; n good 5-room houso, barn nnd wagon shod. Woll wntor at houso nnd nl so at barn; good young orchard, consisting of apples, pears, prunes, chesBles nnd small fruit, such as blackberries, goosoborrios, cur rantB nnd strawberries. Prlco $3000. $300. SALEM INVESTMENT CO. 12 StntO Street. FOR SALE Wo offer you for a fow days onlv. Houso, 8 rooms, 2 story, with nlco porches, Inwn, (lowers, dffforont variety of bearing fruit trees, bor- rlos, flno gnrdon, good barn nnd chlckou house nud park, on a good cornor for only $2100; woll worth $2500. House, 5 rooms, 3 lots, $1150; barn. flno. garden, close in, never beou offered for loss than $1400, going to leavo city, will sacrifice You will have to act qulok. , $850 house, 5 rooms, 1 aero land, barn, drovo well and good wator, closo to school, 81050 SNAP. Just think of it; houso, 6 rooms, 2 large lots, on a corner, barn, bear ing fruit trees, cloio In, good neighborhood. $1050, If taken soon. H2250. Will buy house, 9 rooms, barn, 91 ft. front, on State street, good cemont walks, lawn and flowers, cash, balanco on time. Tho above are real snaps; for par ticulars call on Bechtel & Schulz. ,171 Stnto St. Phone Wl! "va5tted Wanted At onco, 12 cherry pickers. Work for 10 days. Enqulro E. Presnall, phono 1140. 7-8-3t. Wanfrd at Once From $100 to $500, the best of collateral secur ity to offer. Address O 10, Jour nal office. 6-11-tt Wnntvd a man to drive team: muat be, experienced driver or dou't ap ply; aUo good driving horao for sale. Phone 1419 or call at 19th and State. 7-7-3t " " i Wanted Two or three cherry pick ers. 'Orchard twp and one-half miles west of Salem. A. W. Pres cott, 541 Mill St. 7-8-3t. Boys Wasted Four or ve boys with pontes to deliver circulars In tho coaatry. Enquire at Farmers' Ftd Bara oa High St, 7-8-3t -". "-KJfek QUICK w MISCBLLAKEOUS Dressmaking aud plain sowing.. Call at our shbp over Journal of fice, W. C. T. Uv Bldg. 7-7-a. ' '. " " ' 4 " "''"" Wengcr, Clitirringtoit Pianos and ' Organs aolU btl ky tUrfhUj lela- phono 1187; 247 Commercial Streot, Salorn, Oregon. tt Salem Csh Market I buy for cash phono, 370; 173 Commercial St. and all kinds of meats kept. My mo a trial at 173 Commercial St P. W. Reyolts, Prop. 6-29-tf. Ladies Looking For a bargain Jn good polishing powder call ou Mrs. C. Maddux at the Wilson Lodging Houbo right away, this week. 7-7-1 w IIclp Furnished Free of Charge By odium fjiupiuyuienx uompauy, via State stroet, phone No. 149. Par ties wanting help please call at office or phono us. Also have cows for salo. Concrvlo Work Qet my prices on sidewalks, curbs, soptio tanks and cement work of any kind. All work guaranteod ilrst-olau. M Ward, 2378 Maplo Ave, Highland. Phono 1569. July24-tf Vo'get Lnpibr aad Fact Co. Lum ber .shingles, building material, wood and coal. Low prices and prompt dellrerloa. One blook east of 6. P. passenger depot. Phone 198. 7-2-tf Batto. & Wcnderoth Fine wines. liquors and cigars. We handle the celobrated Kellog gand Castle whiskies. Cool and refreshing beer constantly oi- draught. South Commercial' street. 9-3-lyr Enlarged Our moat market on Ewt State streot has been doublod. in size and wo are better prepared than ever to sorve customers. Prompt sorvlce and the best of meats our motto. Call or phone 199. B. E. Edwardi Moat Co. Slmond Lcndtcn tho boatman. Launchos and r". kinds of boats for ront. Excursionists taken to any part ot tho bay. Will meet trains at anv tlmo at Yaqulna on roquost. Rates reasonable Now port, Oro. RUTTERNUT BREAD. It is worth more than any other 'read yet the prlco Is no higher ?or sal at your grocers'. CALIFORNIA BAKERY, Thnmnn A Coolny, Props. LODGES. Carpenters Union No. 1005 Lbca' m AJIJkJUAAAAJWW Union No. 1065 of Carpenters and Jolrers of America meet ever? Saturday ovoning at 8:00 p, m. is Hearst hall, 420 State St. A. W Dennis, Reo. Sec. Foresters of America Court Sher wood Forestors, No. 19. Meeti Saturday night in Holman hall, Stato stroet Waldo Miller, O. R.; J. O. Perry, financial socretary. Central Lodge No. 18, K. of P. Castle Hall in Holman block, eor ner State and Liberty street Tuesday of each week at 7:30 s m. Oscar Johnson, O. C.; E. B Anderson, K. of R. and S. Modrra WoodmeH of America Or gon Cedar Camp No. 5246. Meeti ovory Thursday evening at f o'clock in Holman ball. W. W Hill, V. C; F. A Turner, clerk tVoodmen of World Meet every Fr day night at 7:30, in Holman hall O. L. Darling, C. C; P. L. Frax lr, Clerk. LIbooIb Aanalty Uaioa. Sick, see. dent and pension insurance; $2, 000,000 pledgrd; every claim pull Good agents wanted. J. H. C Mongomery, supreme orgaatzer Box422 Salorn, Oregon, R. R Ryan, secretary, 546 State strt SASH AND DOOR FACTORIES Frank M. Urowa. - Manufacturer of sash, doors, mouldings. All kindi of houso finish and hard woo4 work. Front direct, between Stat and Court. MsVe all complalatr t tb ofllee PLUMBERS lieu. ai. uarr .Plumbing, not wax and steam heating and tinning. 1G4 Commerrtal streot. Pboai Main 192. 9-1-1)7 M. J, Petzel Plumbing, steam and gas fitting Successor to Knox S Murphy, 226 Comatercial streat Prone Msla 17. PRA-OCBX. HBiiBiB Urea.' Tra&sfer Cfwpaay- All kipds of traasrer work doss. Furniture aad piaaos box4 ready for shlpsaeat. Proatpt MrvlM aur atetta. Staad aa4 eafse at 253 8utk CoaiHiereial street PkM Jia. fUsbieat Pkae Sfl i 4M. m V-IM At.! fefjtti-,Uo1oBUBBBBBBW. RETURNS I i. m A I ' RKAL KSTAT F6R8A1 fJT Somethmf Worjft " IijYisiiigatlnli; 00 ACRES ' ' O Miles from Salem 40 acre cleared, 8 acres .fruit, 5 room,, Iioubo, good barn, spring water In houso aad barn. All good fruit land. Only $3,300. ,80 ACRES 0 Miles frotat Salem T room house, bara 40x60, family or chard, stock and Implements la- . eluded. Price $3500. We Iwve Improved and unla proved clly property tor sale. If you can not pay eh buy a city lot on the Installment plaa Salem City property & good la vestment. Look over our list of Farm 'property. OUSTED LAND CO: ; Salem Branch' Yercx Bros. Ce.( 878 STATK.8TRKET. LIVERY AND FEED STABLES Livery and Feed Stables Old Post office BUbles, at 2S4 Ferry street,' between; Commercial and Froat streets. Teleplioae 188. Some ef tho finest llvories (n the city eaii be found here. Dick Westacotf proprietor. 10-1-1jt v5 i FOR RENT For lU'iit -Nicoly furnished room contrnlly located with all conrea Umcoa for ono or. two gontlomea M)l & $1 'SWISS W; Hl," HOTELS AND RlWTAtfRANT. jtf- IHIIllllllllHllllllim The t WhKc House Restaurant! For a RcgBlar '- 1 25c Dinner at 20c 1 They caa't be beat McGilcbrist & Son Proprietors. iHUHiHHnimiiiini i SS COURT STRKKT. Call and try Umm. Weak 15c. Board per week 11.71 9 also furnished rooms very reasonable. AT THM "' Safem Restaurant MEALS 15c Cor Seventh and Stark Sts. Portland's New and Modern I Hotel. Kates $ I per day and I ;' up. European plan. Free Bus WRIGHMMCKINSON HOTEL CO. I Proprietors Salem Fence Works Ileadqaarters for Woven Wire Fencing. Poultry Notting, Pickets, Gates, Malthold Roofing, P. & D. Ready Roofing, Scroon Doors and Ad justable Wiudow Screons. CiiAS. D. MULLIGAN Successor WALTER MORLEY. 800 Court St. Salem, Or Huie Wing Sang Co Ulfl STOCK OF GOODS Wo mako up all kinds of wrappors and whlto underwear, waists nnd kimonas and skirts; all kinds of gontlomon's and ladles' furnishing goods; all kinds of silks and dres good?; hose, suits, pants, ovoralb, blankets, neckwear, matting, china ware, trunks, embroidery and law, etc. OUR STORK REST Ooods now at very low pries big sale. m N, Commercial St. Salem, Or, issV r .BBBsQ' I "HTOoSiT .oJ LLii tt -'