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:ennedy a Laxative ough Syrup li.vsa Colds by working them out KfiV.!,.n, ihrouGh a copious and ;oflherU membranes of the throat, chest bronchial tubes. hildren Like It JlTl!5 suaim SHIi-Sura ud Slit flNejw W"T":' " . ATiTi HUiju"'"'" rKE CONGRESS OF NATIONS. KK?i5orii r ALL OVER OIIKGON. DAILY CAPITAL OtmtfAU'KALWM, lteVWK)NPAV,AUGUST.lS, Oi. ".WMIUiH S1T !!-! . " " ' I w II III I ")V I I. '-- ll -- - , . llllilMIM ff V . Vigorous protests wag entered by tho .commercial Interests of Oregon and tho Oregon State Dnlry associa tion, ngalnst tho adoption, by tho Puro Food Conforonco at 'Mackinac Island, Michigan, of a Standard for ovaporatcd milk requiring 28 per cent solids. Oregon's milk Is rich In buttorfat, owing to our climatic conditions, but abundant pasture means less solids than In milk from cows fed eight months In tho year. Oregon dairymen and condonsors In sist that Bolids should bo such as result from tho uso of wholo milk In tholr product. B. IT. Harrlman, tho greatest In dividuality In tho railroad world, Is enjoying with his family tho glorle of Oregon's August cllmato at PelU can Lodgo, near Klamath Lake Tholr stay will covor sovoral weoka. I frlttlit Languages Bpoucn in vico-rrosiuonis J units Kruttschnltt In ClrcilS Pressing xcmn. imu ij. xj, vuimu uucutiiiiiiiiiuu iur . .... ,,., iR Intornrotors nro. Harrlman to Oregon, but durlne bis I'A IflSK LlliMi w " " irea to keep tho several hundred ( vacation thoy will bo busy InBpect Iformcrs of tho Bnrnum and Dal- lng their roads throughout tho circus on a basis or intelligent. uuu. munlcatlon. For a Birangcr 10 Murue uruguu auucics won nonora Ik through tho dressing tontd nt tno Olympic games in London no ouiur sinio in mo union maue such n showing. Tho boys will bo -m iDokcn and meet. with nenrly royally entertained In Portland when ry phaso of human Ufo. ' they return early In Soptembor. Both It Is ImposslUlO to convoy any uu-.utmuuu uuu cuuuuuruiui uuuics aro uniting in iiio nrrangmenis. Tho dlfforont fair associations of Oregon nro co-oporating for a Bplon dld display of products and great showing of livestock at tho fall show In Salem, with tho best races ovor hold in tho state. All this has its part In tho dovolopmont of thostnto, by creating bucU an Intorcst In ltvo- iieason, and oacji day building a Btock production as will moan nn nt city of tents In tho morning ;nmplo supply for tho support of tho great packing plants now under con struction in Portland. iM he llko a trip through Europe Tfouldliear twenty-eight lnng. ;ite Idea of tho magnltudo of tho anf nnd Dalloy circus this year. en to the old-tlmo clrciiB man who j teen for years with tho organlza- 3, It never coaBcs to be a surco of :der how such a woncioriui insu !oa can cover tho amount of tor- -rt it doc, performing twice lly, handling millions of people tnrlng It down nt night, and AH It away on tho great trains, tdr for tho next day's stand. lit li the wonderful system of the tit Junes A. Balloy that lino lit it possible to thus handlo tin ht traveling enterprise In tho rld. And It Is tho wonderful pol- of the greatest showmnn of all b, P. T. Darnum, living today In tprcient management, that has a!; fixed this show In tho load of I others in tho world In slzo nnd icrtb. In purstianco of that pol- thlch has for Its koynofr with and bottormont," tho circus p lesson has advanced nnothor b, bringing from Europo tho tatest progrnm of acts ovor prp mi In ono nrenn, rovlving tllo Irtde feature on a scnlo of unpro Htnted magnificenro, introducing i ner opening spectnelo and brlng- ia entirely new outfit. It lll bo tho grentost circus day i the history of this city. Tho It carries the idea of grcatnoBi 'i It, but even thoso long familiar p the progress mado from year rr bjr thh most Bplcndld of all reuses, will bo surprlsod nt tho Mses and vast Imnrovomonts tie since it wj last seen horo. !A down-town ticket offlco to bo fd hero on show day Is a font- taat will bo appreciated by thoso pdlsllko to bravo tho crowds at ,rtet wagons. Dinrrlioon Cured. "Mv father has for years boon troubled with diarrhoea, and trlo-.l ovory means possible to offect n euro, without avail," writes John II. ZIrklo of Phll'ppl. W. Va. "Ho saw Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dlnirhoca "Romody ndvortlsod in tho Phlllppi Republican nnd decided to try It. Tho result Is ono bottlo curod him nnd ho ha.i not sufforcd with tho dlsonBo for 18 months. Bo foro taking this romedy ho wns i constant sufforor. Ho is now sound nnd woll, nnd nUhough GO years old, can do as much work as a young man." Sold by Dr. Stono's drug storo. o If nny member of tho family Is vory sick at tho stomach, boat up tho whites of nn egg nnd lot him swallow it. It nets liko a charm. .vt-t WteSSll 4 J; ,., rj ' Vtfl&l 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 andneed strength to try it with this understanding. a W. PUTNAM CO. Remember tho Now England wom an's epltaph: "She hath, dono what oho coalda't." o The Laziest Man in the World, would not bo contented to bo kopt In tho house and doing nothing by rhoumatism. Nolther aro you, who nro always busy and active. Then don't neglect tho first twinge of an ncho or pain that you might think Is Just a "crick." Bub well with Ballard's Snow Liniment and no matter what the troublo Is, It will Hsappear at once. Sold by all dealors. i o In making mnrmaladcs nnd but ters -of penches, plums nnd llko frulh lcnvo a fow seeds In whllo cooking, nnd you will find that tho fruit Is loss apt to stick to tho kottlo and burn. Chronic Iilnrrliocn Relieved. Mr. Edward E. Henry, with tho United States Express Co., Chicago, writes, "Our gonornl superintendent, Mr. Qiilok, handed mo a bottlo of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholern nnd Dlarrhouti Romedy somo tlmo ago to chock an attack of tho old chronic diarrhoea. I hnvo used it slnco time tlmo nnd cured many on our trnitt? who .hnvo boon sick. I nm nn old soldier who served with Rutherford B. Hayes nnd William McKlnloy tour years in the 23rd Ohio Regiment, and have no ailment except chronic diarrhoea, which thh remedy stop? at onco." For salo by Dr. Stono's druc Btoro. Notice. Notlco Is horoby glvon that tho Common Council of tho City of Sa eom, Oregon, proposo to construct n sower In said city, at tho expense of tho property benefitted thoroby, nnd in nccordnnco with tho plana nnd specifications on fllo in tho otTlco of tho City RccoMer for Bald city, ox- tondlng tho full length nlong tho nl ley in block 38, In tho City of Sa eom, Oregon, to Bolovlow streot, thonco along tho south sldo of Bolo vlow streot, including tho Intersec tion of Belovlow streot with Com mercial streot, nnd to connoct with tho sower which runs through tho contor of block 34, In said city. By order of tho Common Council. W. A. MOORES. 8-4-llt ' Recordor sWsttilslttirislsMsWsfsllsllsis I WANT AimONirK, RFTi RNS UWWWIM FOR SALS lor Sale. Good team, weight about 1000 each. Ciill tit did P. O. stables. "Westacott & Johnson. 8-i-lwk Automobile For Sale First class, 35-horso power, 5 passenger Stod-dard-Dayton tourlug car for salo cheap. Owner will guarantee car. Enqulro at Journal office. For Sale First-class carpet paper at this offlco, 25o for a big roll. For .Sale Two standard bred trot tors, ono bay gelding by Zombro, ono bay filly, 3 years old, by Rod Seal. Inqulro of Snm Castro, Fair Grounds, Oro. 7-28-lm Wanted. A carrlor boy. Apply at onco nt Journal ofilco. tf For Sale Second-hand blndor cheap. In good working order. B. Cun ningham, Liberty, route No. 3. Phono Farmers 211. 8-13- Doublu-IIciider Will bcII olthor 100 acres for $10 por acre, or 230 acres for $2G por aero. Apply or addrosB 12G7 Marlon streot, Sa lem. S-7-3t Postmasters' Convention. Th annul convention of tho Oro gon Postmasters' Association will bo hold In Portlnnd, Oregon, August 7 8, 1908. For tho nbovo occasion n rato of ono nnd ono-thlrd faro on tho cortlflcnto plan has boon authorized by tho Southern Paclllc? Company. WM. M'MURRAY, O. P. A. John M. Scott, A. G. P. A. I i m i J Kind Yor Have Always Bought and "which lias bqon uso ior over ai years, lias l)onio tlie slgrnaturo wr $ ;.-r nnd baa been mad under his par- v yt cA4At Allow no on to decdlvo you ia thte. a Countcrfelt.s ImlUtlons ad"Jrut-a8-good"are Imi SrIment8 tl,ftt trlflo t1 and endanger tho health of 1 and ChUdrwi Exprte againat Expcrisaa. What is CASTORIA ria 1h a harmless substitute for Castor OH, Fare Vi rop9 and Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It jwlas neither Opium, Morphia Hor other Narcetla "Wtance, its ngo Is its guarante. It destroys Wewa Cli ryS Fovorinos. It cures Diarrhoea and "Whad JJjc, It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Coustipatkm flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates th aT,?"d Boels, giving healthy and natural sleep. 8 '-ulldrett'a Panacea The Mother's Friend. nuIKE CASTORIA always Bms tht fiignRtura of A Dni You Haie Always BougM n Use For Oyer 30 Years- Yta .. Munim. w - n.aiiir tasatf MM . ; " T - - w -.' -" .-,.. II GOOD ROADS CONVKNTION. Tho Oregon Oom1 Roads Oonfwcnco Will Ro Held In l'ortland Au- Kiist 11, 1008. For tno nbovo occasion a rato of ono and ono-thlrd faro on tho certifi cate plan has beon authorized by tho Southern Paclllc Company. Tlcltots may bo purchased on any three dn3 prior to tho dnto of the convention and on tho opening day. Return tick ots will bo sold within tho two days limit aftor tho meeting. , WM. M'MURRAY, 0. P. A. John M. Scott, A. Q. P. A. Stockholders' Meeting. Notlco la horoby glvon that Jho an nual meeting of tho stockholders of Capital Gold and Silver Mining Com pany, consolidated, of tho City of Salem, Oregon, will bo hold at tho office of J. A. Carson, In said city, on tho second Thursday, tho 13th day of August, 1908, at 8 o'clock p. m., for the election of directors and for such other business as may come before the meeting. JOHN O. WRIGHT, Secretary. Salem, Oregon, July 27, 1908. - 7-27-2wka Proposals for FhcI. Sealed bids will be received by tho Marfon county coHrt up to Saturday AugMt 8, at 2 p. m., for four-foot cordwood for the use of coart souse In following quantlea; Ten cords body fir. Forty cords second growth fir, Thfrty-flvo cords gTHfj oak. All tenders; to be mailed to R. D Anen, cewnty cTerfc. WM. M. BTJgfHETr, 7-2'2-d-w CouBty Judge . n DO rOP WISH TO ATTEST A GOOD SCHOOL? WniLAWKTTK UNIVKR81TT with Us new 150,000 building will please youf "Why go ITast to col lege? Hore are first-elsa college and itfeparaterr courses and 8ne op portunities In the study of Music, Oratory, Theology; Medicine, Law, Teaching. Expenses reasoa'alile; surroundings .healthful; beautiful campus; 45 rofewors. For cata logue address President Hobwb, Sa lem, Ore. 7-81-eoo" ft w-lmo For Sale A -good second-hand cook atovo, No. 8, cheap. W. B. Sav ngo, with Houso Furnishing Co., 177 North Llborty Btreot. 8-7-3t FARMS 30 ncres of rich rlvor bottom innd, Bandy loam soil, half under culti vation, bnlanco tlmbor nnd pas turo; stock nnd nil Implements for n fow days only, $1200. klHOKLLANKOUa ' KiT, mVTK FOU RAT; Asli Wood For Dale, 129 Commer cial street, rnono 115. ' wra. Brown & Co. 7-S- Found Purso ou street this,. Satur day morning. Owner can have eamo by calling at Chief of Police Gibson's office in city hall and pay ing charges, 8-S-at Lost plans for James Slkos' rosl donco; lost out of buggy Notify T. P. Mndlll, contractor, or loavo at Journal office. S-T-3t For Rent Six-room house, barn and chlckon Iioubo, woll water. En qulro at 9G1 Mill streot. A ding er. Phono 047. 8-7-3t Wcnger J& Cliorrlngton Pianos and Organs solu on easy terms; tola phone 1187; 247 Cornmorclal Streot, Salem, Oregon. tf from Salem, Improvements, 10 acres two miles only $1100. 1G0 acres, modorn. $05 nn aero. . 3 GO acres of flno hill Innd, good black soil, half undor cultivation, balance In flno oak and fir tlmbor. City Property. Houbo, C rooms, plnstored, electric lights, toilet, sowor, fruit nnd alindo traps, only two blocks from court houso. 91800. Good houso, 8 rooms, plnstored, pantry, bath, tollot, soptlo sowor, bearing fruit trees, borrles, nil In good order and flno location. Lota. Cholco lots In all pnrts of tho qlty, $50 and up. To exchnngo your proporty satisfac torily BOO IUCCHTK1; & SC1IULZ 371 State St. Phono 452 Snlcm Cash Mnrket Tho finest cut of meat at cut prices. My phono 370. 247 Cornmorclal street. P.W. Royoltz, Prop. 7-2 ltt Help Furnished Free of Charge Ry Salem Employment Company, 478, Stato stroot, phono No. 149. Par tlba wanting help pleaso call at offlco or phone us.Also havo cows' for salo. Concrete Work Get my prices on sidewalks, curbs, soptlo tanks and cemont work of any kind. All work guaranteed first-class. M Ward, 2378 Maple Ave, Highland. Phone 1S69. July24-tf Vogct LHtHber and Fuel Co Lum ber ,shlngle, building material, wood and coal. Low price and prompt dellvorloa. One block east of B. P. passenger depot Phone 198. 7-2-tf LODGES. ASA ranx'nters Union No. 1005 LoeaJ Union No.. 1065 of Carpenters and Jolrors of Amorlca meet even Saturday evening at 8:00 p, m. Is Hearst hall, 420 State St. A. W Dennis, Rec. Sec. Foresters of Atnica Court Sher wood Forifcters, No. 19. Mooti SaUtrday night In Holman hall, Stato street Waldo Miller, O. R.; J. C. ?erry, financial secrotary. GeHtral Lodge No. IB, K. of 1 Castle Hall in Holman block, eor ner State and Liberty streets Tuesday of each 'week at 7:80 9 m. Oacar Johnson, C. O,; B. H Anderson, K. of R. and S. Modern Woodraea of America Ore gon Cedar Camp No. 6246, Meet evory Thursday evealng at I o'clock la Holnaa sail. W. W Hill, V. O.; F. A. Turner, elerk .Voodmea of World Meet every & day night at 7:80, la Holman hat! O. L. Darling, O. O.; P. L. Fras It,. Clerk. Llaoola Awawky Vaiea. iiek, aeef dent and peasloa Insurance; $2, 000,608 pledgrd; every claim paM Good agents wanted. J. R. (1 MoBgoaery, sspreme organiser Bex483 latest, Oregon. R. Ryan', secretary, 54 itate street WAXTKD WSt?CoodmndstearBaglM to ran separator. MuBt have at least 12-korsepower. Address Jo. Jreesler, sex 168, R, F. D. No. 3, Salem. Phone Fanners 401. Wanted Manager for branch oMco we wlsk to locate here in Salem. Address, with reference. The Mop ris Wholesale Okio, House, Cincinnati, 7-24-lmo Wanted To rent a five x --room What have you Care of Jcm.3a1 8-5-tf WmhIwI I would like to take In bundle -washing at my home, cor ner of Twelfth and Market Btrootj Mrs. M. O. BrannoB. 8-5-lm WsMl. I want to buy fiye ton of good hay. Phone S54. 8-S-St t Something Worth i Investigating O Acres, 0 miles frbfkSalom on Sllvorton road; good 8-room houso, good barn; 7 acres boar lng orchard., ' A bargain at 12100. Good 8-room Iiohso two blocks from court houso; all hard fin ish. Prlco U200. . City lots for salo cheap. Small amount down balance in monthly Installments, no Inter est. ' " OLMSTED I.ANI) CO. Salem Ilranch Ycrox Bros. Oe. 87 STATU STREET. IOTRLS AND RCSTAVRANTS. Dutte & Wenderoth -Fine wines, liquors and cigars. We bandit the celebrated Kellog gaud Castle whiskies. Cool and refreshing beer constantly oi draught. South Commercial street. 9-3-lyr 12nIargcd-Our moat markot on' E'wt Stato street has been doublod in size ahd wo aro hotter prepared ,than over to Berve oustoraors. Prompt service and the best of moats our motto. Call (V phone 199. R. E. Edwnrdi Moat Co. Slniond Lcndtcn the boatman. Launchos and r'! kinds of boats for rent. Excursionists takon to any pnrt of the bay. Will meet trains at anv tlmo at Ynatilna on roquest. Rates rcp.8on')lo. Now port, Oro. Tlio Home deckers Information Hit reau will place you In direct com munication with owners of farms and city proporty. Chnmbor Com morco, Portland. 222 N, Commer cial stroot, Salem Or. 7-21-tf HUTTnRNUT 11RBAD. It la worth more than any other (road yet the price is no higher. Tor sal at your grocers'. CAM FOUNT A RAKKRY, Thomas & Cooler, Props. PLUainKltS " Theo. M. RaiT Plumbing, hot water and steam beating and tlnalng. 1G4 Commercial streot. Phoni Main 192. 9-1-lyr M. J. Potiel Plumbing, steam aso gas fitting. Successor to Knox 1 Murphy, 226 Commercial street 'Prone Main 17. SASH AND DOOR FACTORIUfl Frank M. IlrowH Masufaeturer of sash, doors, mouldings. All kind of house finish and hard woo work. Front street, between itat and Court. Make all eomplalat at tke oslee. LIVERY AND FHKD gTABLBi Livery and Feed BtaMes Old Pott office fHablee, at 214 Ferry street, between Comnjerelat and Front streets. Telephone its. Some si tke naet llTsries 1 , tse slty est bo found hero. Westacott & John son, props. 10-1-lyr. DRAYWJCN. Oamauiw Hro,' Xrwuwr Uvwvhj Al! kinds ef transfer work dene. Fnrnltwre and Biases sexsd rsadf for shipment. Prompt servtee to our motto. Stand and ernes at 258 Soutk Cemmsretsi street Phe 816. Rw4dftp PkaflA SRH First Class Lir6ry, Sale and Boarding Stables Largest stock of new vehicles in town. The Old Club Silkies Corner Ferry and Liberty streets. Proprletofs, Gilliam k. Boedigbeimer, Phone Mala 7. Salem, Qregou. ! i linn tinm Mi i-w The I White House Restaurant For a Regular ' J 25c Dinner at 20c They can't be best McGilcbrist & Son Profrietors. TllllllllllljUlllimilli t 1 M COURT hmiUTT. Call and try tltssm. Meals J 16o. Board per week 12.71, aiso xurniaaea reoBa ttj; reasonable. AT Till 1 Safem Restaurant MEALS 15c SSSPHSSSslgtl f HOTEL OREGON I Cor Seventh and Stark fits. Portland's N& and Modern Hotel. Rates $ I per day and up. European plani- Free Bus. t WRIGIIT-D1GKINS0N HOTEL GO. f , Proprietors Mf )S)S)aS)Sjs) sissjfwttiiisj II The Leonard! i . . ssaaBssMsassmassmassasasawssnamai I First class rooming and board- ;X lng bouse. A. Clark, proprie tor. Phone 971. 284 Freat St. Salem, Or. IllIHHHIIHIHIHIIMfr O C. T Co Steamers Pomona and Oregon leave for Portland dally except Sun day at 6 a. in. M. I BALDWIN, Agest, SALCM WATER COMPANY OWWK CTx- HALL. Ker water servls wf t 4Sa. Wl sayakle sssaikly la advaas. HOtXISTtR'B Rocky fiwUln Tu Nugptt A Bmt Milt, fci guy f f f !. Win S41a 8M)ta 4 )Um4 Tlfr. 1 ncia forContlptloo, ln.lliril, U Kwxl. MJ Hnlh, Kl.wrJi Bowel. HUu:Um iMt Uekim. fKocky MouluT ttb 3olutm Ilnca Court., Mon, Witt.