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W . .DAILY vCACIl' JOURNAL,, SAiiESI, "ORliCJO, FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1008 , . r' v 'rfKj- 3 MUSIC HATH CHARMS when played on one of our high class Instruments, which are' noted for their delicacy of tone.. Eor an evening's entertainment you will find the soft singing tones of our In struments are unexcelled. Fine cabinet finish and exceptionally fin? workmanship has made them popu lar with everyone. Come In and see UB. L. P. SAVAGE, 247 Commercial streets E. ECKERLEN Family Liqtio State i J 44 Commercial St. Free Delivery f We Launder Ladies' Shirt Waists and White mf Skirts Just Right. W We guarantee to. All of our shirtwaists nre caro- I .fully washed with a special neutrnl soap, Btarched Just - ' whore they should bo starched and Ironed by exports . who h'avo made sh'rtwalst Ironing a spedal study. We are pleasing tho moat careful dressers In the city with our shirtwaist work and are sure we can pleaBO you. May wo havo a trial. SALEM LAUNDRY COMPANY Tol. 26 13C-1C0 S. Liberty St, , DR. KUM WONDERFUL CHINESE DOCTOR "Will treat you v?lth Oriental herhi and cure any disease- without opora ftlon or pain. Dr. Kum Is known everywhere Id i Salem, and has cured many promi nent people hero. He haa lived In Salem for. 20 years, and can bo trus ted. Ho U8?s many medicines uu mown to whlto doctors, and with thorn can cure catarrh, asthma, lung troubles, rehuraathm, stomach liver and kidney diseases. Dr. Kum makes a specialty ol lropsy and female troubles. His rem Ddlca cure private disease when erything else falls. He baB hun Ireds of testimonials,- and gives con- tultatlon froe. Prices for medltin fery moderate. Persons in the coun- ry can write for blank. Bend stamp. If you want some extra fine tea, fcet It from us. DR. KUM ROW WO CO.' TORRID ZONE FUNARCE 9Hn YOUNG MEN LEADING . POLITICS Washington, "Jhly , 24. The old politicians In Washington, with the ' glory of many campaign fights upon them, nre mora than vexed at the call being given" young men in the choice of lenders for the approaching', presidential contest. It's awful, they think. The probability of the selection of , Olllo James, the big Kentucky con-j gro8smnn to manage the campaign for Wllllnm Jennings Brynn has' added to their Irritation over the se-1 lection of Prank H. Hitchcock, aBi chairman of tho Republican National Committee. Old men do not havo a ' chance these days, they say. They point out that James Is but llttlo nore than n kid. The truth Is J that he would bo the youngest cam paign managor ever selected by a.blg political party Ho Is only 37 years , old, but, duo to tho uncertnintyaof-j Democratic victory in Kentucky, nc hns had a finger In nearly every po litical campaign In that state since he appeared on, tho tcrrostlal scene, nnd during thorlaat few presidential contests ho has made a reputation for himiolf in n subordinate capac ity. They, enlist their followers In their bnbyhood In tho Blue Grass state and tho result Is the production of n precocious politician, when tho subject can stand tho strain. Friends of James arc fond of re ferring to his congressional enreer. Ho Is now serving his third term, and nt tho last election a Republi can could not be found to run against him. As n result ho hnd 10,000 majority out of 14,00X1 votes cast, somo 2000 voting for tho pro hibition cnndldnto. Incidentally, It Is noted thnt James lias never been a drawing card among the Prohibi tionists, although tho Kentucklan has grasped ovory opportunity In congress to talk for prohibition Tho brllllnncy of James Is pointed out by his rnpld rise from page of tho Kentucklan legislature In tho session of 1887 to his present posi tion. In thnt'ycar Ben Johnson was Bnonknr ftf tho hmiso. Yit .Tntnnn had' boon In congress for two sessions ' J Newport ' YAQUINA BAY Oregon's Matchless Beach Resort THE PLACE TO GO FOR PERFECT REST CE1VARLE FORM OF HEALTHFUL AND REATION. AND EVERY CON- DELIGHTFUL REC- 1TS FACILITIES ARE COMPLETE Best food and an nbun dnnce of It; Fresh water from springs. Ail modern necessities, ouch as telegraph, telephono, markets freshly provided every day. Fuel In abundance. Cottages partly furnished or unfurn ished td be hnd cheaply. Strict municipal snnltary regulations. - NEWPORT (b TOncUed bjf way of tho Southern Pacific to Albany or Corvnllls, thence Corvnlls & Eastern R, R. Train Eervlco dally nnd the trip a pleasure throughout. RATE FROM SALEM ', SEASON SIX MONTHS TICKET $5.00. SATURDAY TO MONDAY TICKET $8.00. ? Ounelnborate new Summer Book gives a conclso description of Newport Including a list of hotels, their cnplcity and rates. ' CaironHolephond.or wrlto local agents. tWM.-McMURRAY, General PassongerAgent, Portland, Oregon. LOW RATES MJdJ k5 J. WIU Be Made This Season by the SOUTHERN PACIFIC (LINES IN OREGON) From Salem, Ore. AS FOLLOWS: ROTH WAYS ON WAX TO THROUGH VIA PORTLAND CALIFORNIA Chicago St. Louis St, Paul Omaha $74.15 $69.15 $61.65 $61.65 Kansas City $61.65 $87.50 $82.50 $817.5 $75.00 $75.00 I Berry, Prune I Hop Growers Great Chinese Doctor L. M. H U M las medlciim which wlM cure any iown disease. Ho makes a special- of, and guarantees to euro Catarrh nthma, Lung, Throat, Rheumatism, pbillty, Stomach, Liver, Kidney roubles; also any blackened or golten soreness, broken limbs: aallpox; Epidemic; all kinds of Blls, Lost Manhood, Female Weak- bs, Hcrnls Troubles and ParalyBia jnsultat'on free. Caro of YJck So png Co., Chinese drugs nnd herbs, 3 High St , upstairs, Salem, Or. fCtf V. The above cut represents our brick lined Torrid Zono Furnace, Guaranteed gas, smoke and dust proof. Economical and durable. A. L. FRASER 208 STATE STREET. Estimates furnished on heating Salem Fence Works , Headquarter for Woven Wire. Fencing. ' Poultry Netting, Pickets, Gates, Maltbold Rootlug, P. & D. Ready Roofing, Screen Doors and Ad Justablo Window Screens. CliAS. D. MULLIGAN Successor WALTER MORLEY. ,2n Court St, Salem. Or r GERMAN IJAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY i Now under new management I SCHLERET & SCHNEIDER Pront'Ictofs jComp'oe line of fresh and up- io-aaio uaKers goods delivered to all parts of the cltv free. fWe are proud of our party and wedding cakes, delivered on short notice. Give us a trial is all we ask. Store corner Twelfth and Che- meketa Sts. Phone Main 961. G. F. Mason Box Co. 247 Miller St., South Salem, manu facturer of all kinds of boxed, crates and fruit dryer accessories. Phono 30S. tf SALEM WATER COMPANY OFFICE CITY HALL. For water erlca itpply at oc Bills payable monthly In advanet 1,. HOtUSTcH i . flocky Mountain Tea fjuggets A Edit Mtdlclce fj? BaJT Ptop'e Brlsgi Ocjiec fltalth asl TtBtd t'gsr. A Kptclflc fr CnnrtlniiM-.n. Jrr1lr-tlprf, Mrj ami Kidney Trouhie. Pin t' m-. tl'-pit-Illwxl, lUil lii-i'Aiti. H-i'c m. HO'-i-. r. a.uvli nnd Bwoitacbe imlt.'Cicv :.f.-,u' uiil.-it ' -ui In form, ft cm h ! t f i'it nn ntlH t) UotMSrkn Ifwfn C ipamv. 1H h. VN. ROLDEN N"ir.i;TC rnJ Sil ' bppm c before Johnson roso to the height of commanding a sent in tho lower house of tho national law-making body. James won attention ns one of the attorneys fotv Governor Goebel In hl3 celebrnted contest for governor of! tno stnio or Kentucky, Just before his nsiasslnntlon at the state house. than JnmeB, yet Hitchcock, at 41, Is counted a young man. They arc op-' poBlto types. Cnlm, reserved, and not tho least talkative, Hitchcock stands out In contrnst with the fuss and feathers, radicalism and talka tiveness of tho Kontucklan. But tho later hns been nblo to dollver tho goods quite as successfully as the Republican chairman. , all need.... 1 I I; Tickets! , . s lii harvesting their cropsIf you f want a special form or a rush job f GO TO ELLIOTFS i You will never be disappointed! TICKETS WLL DE ON 8AL1I July 6' 7, 22, 23 August 6, 7,21,22 Good for return in 90 days with stopover privileges at pleasure within limits REMEMBER THE DATES For any further information call oa agents. WM. M'MURRAY, General Passenger Agont, PORTLAND, OREGON. Tlmo Card No. BO, Southern Paclfl Co., Effectivo Sunday. May 17. loon. Tovt;nrtI Portland, Pawicngor, No. 10. C13 a, in, Oregon Ex press. No. 18. 8s 40 n. in. Cottage Grove pa8onger, No. 12. 2:4G p. m. Rosohurg tfa songcr. Toward Portland, Freight, No. 222. 5:00 p. m. Portland fast frolght. No, 220.-10:40 11:28 a. m. way freight. Toward San Francisco, PAAitcngcr. No. 11 13:03 a. m. Roseburg pnssongo' No. 17. G:4G p. m. Cottage Grove pnssongo. No. 15. 9:01. p. m. California ex press. No. 13. 3:31 a. m. San Franclsea express. Toward Sn Francisco, Freight. No. 221.-2:43 a. m. -Portland fMl freight. No. 21'.5. 11:28 a. m.way freight. Oregon Elcctlrc Time Table. Tlmo of arrival and departure of caro at Salem Is an follows, Portland and Intermediate peints: SKELETONS OF RIG REASTS ARE FOUND Washington July 24. Tho Black JJ Hills region and the adjacent coun- rr havo been noted finding, places 223 South Commercial St. Phone 1243 '1 iwmiwnwiimimwumi try "TWlo, THE BEST UOAMT TUB FAMILY KVKK HAD in be obtained from oar -prmi ler and juicy seer, Knttsa ei All oar Beau aw e)U4 the che4Mt, 4 prpr4f liable to sag Ui Badc ef tk Hous, Oar prie are" lower 'fe ity than you earn lai at mmx In Salem, X. C. OROll, For Weak Kidneys Inflammation of the bfed? - dcr, urinary troubles and backache use DeWitt's Kidny nd Bladder Pilla A Weefc$ For 25c f' C IMWiTT CO.. CHtmtm, UL for tho remains of strange anlmalB of ancient America. Throughout this region, nges ago. In tho Cre taceous period, there were vast swamps and bodlei of opeji wntdr, connected by a network of water- J courses that were constantly chang- ing their channels. 1 Tho Intervening spnees, which wero but BllghUy above the water level, wore covered with an abun-1 dant vegetation, and through tJe region roamedt many beasts whoso ( bones wero hero and there embedded In tho mud that, now become .solid rock, preserved to the geologist skeletons that nro treasured In, many museums. 4 Amongtheso'wero the Cerafopsla, an order of reptilian creatures'.whlch are' tho subject of a technical de-l scription In a volume Just published by tho Unltod States Geological Survey. - , Tho Ceratopsla comprise mane, genera and species, but the most striking, perhaps, was the genus , called Triceratops, a three-horned animal of huge size, now represented ' In tho United States National Muse um at Washington by a skeleton , .nearly as big' as that of an elephant, j An Immense bony frill that covers tho upper part of the neck, a pair J of horns like those of an ox, a smaller nasal horn like that of n , rhinoceros, and a snout like, thai ol a turtl. cive the heart 'of ATTrfcera- f tops a unique and striking" appear an. J ' i V V The Ceratopsla found their food in the vegetation of the swamp region tbey inhabited, and the agenciet by which they became extinct are,, not certainly known. """- - v. fff" ea Thci W&nt Advertisements are. "Humanizing" Whfcn more people come to uso nnd answer clasfclfled adver tisements, more people will know each other '- . -i ' V More People with Mutual Interests Will Meet" more people will find channels lind opportunities for reciprocal service. Jr ' 1 v Truly, the want- ads. are "humanizing" people shnmlng away tho $corn of small things, tht scorn of "bargaining," of exchang ing useful bnt not ued thing for useful and usable ones. Local ExproFs Local Express Local Exprosa Arrive 8:40 a. m. 10:50 a. m. 1:25 p, in. 4:20 p.m. 5:45 p. in. 8:20 p.m. Leave 6:00 a. a. 9:05 a.m. 1)1:05 a. m. 1:45 p, m. 8:28 p, B. 8:00 p. ra. m 'MiHBHI III IHjJM A IlEAM CEILING, an open fire-place, book-ahulvos anj bo mo books give tho true library nt mosphore to a room. Jf you want your celling, book-shelves nnd fire place to harmonize with ( the room nnd with onch other, let me make them. Your llbrnry will then be n sourco of perennial satisfaction. A. 31. II A N H R N, Manufacturer of Sash, Door. Mouldings, and all kinds of House finish. Corner Mill and Church St, phono Main 344. READY TAILORED CLpTHCS FOR WELL DRCS9CD. MEN. shiT J A f IaA f 0T 2Q "aMMwaHBMiiHBaai yt . AAlIKW f W M s w u m ALf RICC JRANOC TO 4Q CORVALDS & EASTERN it. C TJME TAULB No 4 Loaves Detroit 1:00 p. b, follows, commencing Jan. 18, 1908: Trains for Con-allia. jv'o, 8 Loaves Albany 7:66 a. b. rrlvea Pt CorvallU ....8:35a.m. No. 10. Lvaves Albany ,' . . 3; 65 p, a. Arrives at Corrallla ... 4:35 p, a. No. 6 Leaves Albany 7:45 p. a. Arrives at Corvallis .,,. 8:26 p. a. Trains for Albany. ?o. 5 Leaves C'lrvallls 0:30 a. a. Arrives at Albany 7:10 a.m. ' No, 0 oavos CorvnllJs a2:16p, m An Ives at Albany .. ..'2:65 p.m. No. 7 Leaves CorvnllJs 6:00 p. a. Arrives at Albany 0:40 p.m. No. 11 (Sunday only) . Leaves Corvalllx 11:16 a. a Arrives at Albany 11:58 a. a No. 12 (SunJay only) Leavos Albany 12:35 p.m. Arrives at Corvallis .... 1:18p.m. For furthor Information pply to Portland, Oregon, Juno 17. Commencing Juno 22nd nnd until further notice, tho following trnln servlco will be In effect on the lino of the H. & B. R. R. between Al bany and Yarjulna, daily excopt Sun day: Train No. 16 Train No.2 Mixed raBsonor Leave Albany 7:45 a.m. 12:40 p.m. Arr. Yaqulna 1:30 p.m. 5:30 pm. Train No. JS 'Train No.Xl passenger. (- JUx(d Lv. ''Yaqulna .,2:15 p.m. 7:00am. Arr. Albany, ,7:00 p.m. 11:55 a.m. Oa Suadayg the service will be M follew: Lv, Albany 7:35 a. w.5 ar. Yaqulna 11:40 a. n.i ly. Yaqulna ;00 vf m.; ar, Albany 11:30 p, in. WM. McMURRAY.