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WA oliiiiffiS KSHlSVJlThBt cnulJ 0'"' '? relief only fi The Bowels a Igj CAHDVCATrUnTiC DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, AUGUST SW, 100 ! fwuint !' tiinl P!'4; " ' -. , He -.lfl.ger ...Pi t ... -.-. SUJLSfiUi IfcH wimuii gtuau PMamn3ECX1 iRKET REPORTS SAX FRANCISCO MARKETS. ..'.'rr.inr-.lseo. Auk. 25. Wheat, . . n.llfnrnln club. VQt COtltftt. u.4 01.70; Caulfornln white Uitrllan, $1.75?1.8UJ normorn astern, ll.72Ktfi.au. nuruium lib 1.37; Inferior grades of AMt J1.5O01.CO; red $1.05 I.HK. Er!cy-Feed barloy, i.auu -.. Mmmon to fair. $1.25 1.30; Lt'lag at San Francisco nominal nt ll.Ufl.B6; Chovaiior, $i.iu(tp H, icordlng to quality. Erp-Per dozen, California ircon, imtfnir rases, extras. 35 c; flrata IHp seconds, 26; Eactcrn aolcct- UJc; Eastern firsts 25c; Eaatorn nail, 23c; thirds, 21c; storage,. I Butter Per pound, California ltd, extras, 23c; firsts, aac; still, 22c; thirds, 20c; packing M,!0Wc; packing No. 2, 10c. I Sir cheese Per pound, Callfor- lit fiti, fancy, lie; firsts, lOV&c; adi, 10c; California Younz urlca, fancy, 13c; firsts, 12 c; m Oregon, fancy, 13c; ao, isrj America, fancy, 14 c. I htitoes Per contnl, Rlvor whites fancy, 705$1. 00; ppor, CO l(k; Callnas Burbanks, SI. 35 ; Eirlr Rose, 75 85c; sweet po- lMc. ton Per sack, yellow, 00 Orates Per box, Vaionclas, MIAiAA "' V liVVt BALE.M MARKET, local Wholesale Market. to-22R Bitter Crccmory 25c. Ctw tS 3.D0. Heu-iOc; young chlckons, lie. "tl Wheat 85 c. d'--J3G35c. Mf-f0ft21. rcr-Hard wheat, $4.8035.00; 'i U 00 'Fr rest, JO ft 10; clover, $3 "'" '". timothy, $11012. H--S17C cwt. k:-1907 crop, 50c. i-aBark -2i3c. I:ilr-iSc Itetall Market. Wheat $1.05. Eggs 25 c. Buttor Country, 20c; creamery 35c. FlourValley, $1.10 1.20 per oack; hard wheat, $1.40 1.45. I Bran 00c per snek;- $30.00 per ,ton; aborts. SI. 25 per sack. Livestock. t . ' Hogs Fat, $5.75. Stock hogs $i. Steers 3 s. Voal B 7c. iriiietl Krultn. Bananas $0.50. Oranges $4.5'0. Lemons $4.75 (ft o. Portland Market, Poultry Hens, 12c; ducks, 12 14c; pigeons, old $1 per dozen. Mlllstuff Bratl, $2G. Flour Valley, S1.20 per sack; fcnrd wheat, $1.45. o . Few Sore Feet. "I havo found Bucklon's Arnica Salvo to bo tho proper thing to uso for sore feet, as well as for healing burna, sores, cute, nud all mnnnor of abrasions," writes Mr. W. Stone, of East Poland, Maine. It Is tho proper thing, too, for piles. Try It! Sold under guarantee at J. C. Perry's urug store. 25c. i Complain to Commission . George E. Berry, a oblppor of In depondonco, has complained to tho Railroad Commission of tho failure of tho Southern Pacific officials in that city to comply with tho law re quiring railroad companies to ro move loaded cars within a rennon ablo time after they havo been load ed. Ho wrltCB that ho has had a car loaded .with onts for tho past fonir dayB, ready for shipment to California, nnd that tho company has left It on tho side track unsealed and subject to pilfering. The com mission will Investigate tho matter. Granulated Soro Eyes Cured. "For 20 years I suffered from n bad case of granulated sore eyes," says Mnrtln Boyd of Henrietta, Ky. "In February, 1003, a gentleman asked mo to try Chamborlaln'B Salvo. I bought ono box and used about two-thlrdn of It and my eyes havo not given mo any troublo alnctii" This salvo Is for snlo by Dr. Stono's Urug afore. Explore Box Canyon Box Canyon, which Is stluntcd up on tho little north fork of tho San tlam river and which hns novor known to have been traveled by tho many fishers who go there every Bummer duo to tho roughness of thv banks on each sldo of tho rivor which aro of solid rock, nearly straight up to 20 and 30 fcot on each sldo of tho Binnll stream, was explored by Dr. Roy Byrd nnd Win lock Slower a few days ago while out In that vicinity fishing. AM who nro acqunntcd with tho sur roundings of Box canyon say thai pleco of country can not bo trnvoled by human beings, nnd tho font of tho two Salem gentlemen will no doubt bo hoard of with surprise. o Active nt 87. This would bo unusual news if mon and women would keep thorn solves free from rhoumntlsm nnd all aches and pains ns woll as keoplng tjio'r muscle and Joints Hmbor with Ballard's Snow Llnlmont. Sold by nil deilors. DO YOU GET UP .WITH A IVAMB BACK? Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. Almost everybody who reads the news papers Is sure'to know of the wonderful n i cures made by Dr. Root, tho great kiu- JL liey, liver and oMU- ucr rcincuv. It is the grcsitineil- o Sir I zi P V7 J if n N5 JW'hr IM 11 lr I I r rr II 4 leal triumph of tltt nineteenth contury ; diaco vcred n f ter ert Nfj of scientific rcBeatrll In. Dr IfUlllrlr tt """1" "' tit'tiiiiPiit Iriilnov unit Miuidrr 8jjcioU8t, and in wonderfully successful in promptly etirinu lnme boct, uric acid, catarrh of the bladder nud lri)hl'B ' niseRse, which is the wont form of kidnev trouble. Y)r, Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rue ommcmlcd for everytking but if youh-e kidney, liver or bladder trouble it will b found' just the remedy you ucetl. It l.us been tested in so many ways, in hospiicl work nnd in private practice, and lmt proved o successful in every case that a special arrangement lias been made by which all readers of this paper, who have not already tried It, may have a sample bottle r.cnt,frcc by mail, ahoa book tell ing more about Swamp-Root, and how to, findoutifyouhiive kidney or bladder trou ble. When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper and send your address to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Uiughamtou, N. Y. The regular fifty-cent and one dollar size bottles arc sold by all good druggists. Don't make any mistake, but remember the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the address, Uiughamtou, N. Y., on svery bottle. If you aro short on coin nnd enn't raise tho rent Try your landlord. PflrtWHCgl 3MU4n llotno of Bnimp-Iloot. Chronic Dlnrrhoeit Relieved. Mr. Edward E. Henry, with tho United States Express Co., Chicago, writes, "Our goncrnl superintendent, Mr. Quick, handed mo n bottlo of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Remedy aomo tlmo ago to check an attack of tho old chronic dlnrrhoca. I have used It since thac tlmo and cured many on our train? who havo bbon sick. I am nn old soldier who Borved with Ruthorford. B. Hnycs nnd William McKlnloy four yenrs In tho 23rd Ohio Reglmont, nnd have no nllment except chronlo diarrhoea, which this remedy stops nt onco." For Bnlo by Dr, Stono'a drug Btoro. Hazon, Junction town among the mining camps of Nevada, waB toum cd early Sunday morning by drunk on minors, who overturned a gaso lino generator. Why .Tnniefl Leo Got Well. Everybody in Znncsvlllo, O., knows Mrs. Mary Loo.of rural routo V. Sho writes: "My husband, James Leo, firmly believes ho owob his lifo to tho uso of Dr. King's Now Discov ery. His lungs wore so sovoroiy nf footcd that consumption scorned In evitable, when n friend recommend od Now Discovery. Wo tried It, and Its uso has restored him to perfect health." Dr. King's Now Discovory Is tho Klnc of throat nnd lung romedlcs. For coughs and colds It hns no equal. Tho first doso glvo3 rol of. Try t! Sold under guaran too nt J. C. Perry's drug storo. 50c. nnd $1.00. Trial bottlo free. a2L MT. ANGEL ACADEMY AND COLLEGE Mf. Angel, Oregon Place your daughter In Mt Angel, a musical center, wiuro ei.o will bo taught nuik- b t .i. ,. rmni tho mouutaln-hond of iiiubIc in Germany. In Mt. Angel sho can hcrr frequent concerts by Masters of tho Art, In short, alio will live in n musical atmosphere. New Corporations. Tho Elgin Flouring Mill Co., prlnclpnl office, Elgin; capltn'l stck. $25,000; Incorporators, E. E. Kld Ulo, F. H. Klddlo nnd M. W. Kin dle. Coos Bay Liquor Company; prin cipal office, Marchfiold; capital stock $60,000; Incorporators, Robtrt Mnrsdon, Walter F. Rnu and Robert Mnrsdon, Jr. llltlj Wanted. Blfia aro now opon nnd will liti received until Auguat 25 to lath and plaster n two-story building' 60x70, with two storo rooms nnd soven of fices. For particulars address E. Roy, Stayton, Oro. 8-10-22 TEA Is there a better way to keep the family longer at table, to keep it together? Your grocf r returns your money II yoa don't Hkt Schilling nitt we pAy him ' Tho (jovornor'8 trip vlll havo boor a railroad promoter. I b Sn(lrYor nftvo AJwnj'a Bought, nnd which has boon - iuc oer yu years, has homo tho signaturo of Sv and 1ms beonnmdo under his por- firj$jfo, sonal supervision sinco its Infancy. ' c Allow no one to dccclvo you in this, counterfeits, Imitations Rnd"Just-as-trood'aro hut jWriMicnts that triilo with and endanger tho health of " una Chliareu-Expcxlonce lmt Experiment. What is CASTORIA rjffj is u lmnnlcss substitute for Castor OU, Pare "p9 nnd Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It 22"tlusrOiiluint MorphuMi nor other Narcotlo 4aE ite aeo Is Its suaranteo. It destroys Worms rjys l overklmess. It cures DUrrhosa and Wind 4 PlitJi Vcs Tethlag Troubles, cures Constipation jjHHiency. It assimilates the Pood, regulates tho CWWr ' giving1 healthy and natural sleep. ..Muvir-jmu ju-omex'tt xricnu. HU,KE CASTORIA -wY3 Ber3the ure of yz7??'7i"J2rAs 9 W You Hare iilways Bouglit U&e For ftv- fr vr TW... -- w.w VVX wsi w. -"'JCt.M.u . -- I rt.. ohn A. Qrloaol, editor of tho Golden City Register, aoiuon uuy, Mo hns suotl tho Modorn Woodmen of tho World for $10,000 dnmagoi for Injurlos received, while being mado to "rldo tho goat." , 4. 1 . What Is Rest or Indigestion? Mr. A. Robinson of Drumqulu, On tario, hnt boon troubled for yonra with Indigestion, and recommends Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tnblots aH "tho host medicine I over used." If troublod with Indigos tlon or constipation glvo them a trial. Thoy nro cortaln to provo benoflclnl. Thoy aro onsy to take rnd plensant In effect. Prlco, 25 cents. Samples freo at Dr. Stono's drus storo. n i G. W. Fltzgornld, former assort Inj; teller of tho sub-treasury nt Chi cago, has beon arrested for the em bezzlement of $176,000, which dis appeared n year and a half ago. A Faithful Trleiid. "I liave used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy since Jt was first introduced to the public in 1872, and havo never found ono InBtanco where a cure was not speedily effected by Its uso. I have been a commercial travelor for 18 years, and never start out on a trip without this, my faithful friend," eays H. 8. Nichols of, Oakland, Ind. Ter. When a man has used a remedy for 36 yearB bo knows its value and Is competent to speak. For salo by Dr. Stons drug store. Miss Margaret Drexel, heir to the Philadelphia millions Is said to be engaged to Lord Herbert Vane-Temptest. The Laziest Mrh in the World, would not be contented to be kept In the house and doing nothing by rheumatism. Neither are you, who are always busy and active. Then don't neglect tho first twinge of an ache or pain that you might think is Just a "crick." Rub well with Ballard's Snow Liniment and no matter -what the trouble is. It will Ilsappear at once. Sold by all decters. ... ,-llHlWYMrUrtUMisW fy mw n" '" ,7,7;"- If you tako Kodol In tho beginning tho bad ntacks of DyspopBla will bo nvoldcd. but If you allow theso lit tle attacks to go unheeded It will take Kodol a longer tlmo to put your stomach In good condition again. Get a bottlo of Kodul today. Sold by nil druggieti. o Thoro Is more genuine beor than nenrbeor drunk In Albany, o Konncdy's Laxative Cough Syrup is especially rocommonded for chil dren. It tastes nearly as good ns maplo sugar. Sold by, all druggists, u Great crodlt Is given a man If lio Is honest theso times, Lnno's Family Mcdiclno la a tonic Inxatlvo. It does not depress or weakon, but Imparts a feeling or buoyancy nnd strength that Is de lightful. At all druggists 25c. Pooplo nro going homo fast to git a roat. n DoWltt'a Ltttlo Early Rigors, Hafo, onsy, pleasant, suro, little liver pills. Sold by nil druggists. Don't try to got mors good out of n thing than thoro Is In It. CASTORIA I'or Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Loud assertions do not nlwnya ofTset tho nolso of tho rattKng of the family skeleton bones. i , j Und breath has 'probably brokea off more matches than bad temper, !nnd Hint's a good many. The bt euro for bad breath Is tho tonlc-lax- ntlve.Lano'a Family Medicine. o IX you nro in doubt as to your Btnndlng have sonio strnngor i pump your neighbors. Soars tho Bignatuto of zj& Kemp's Balsam will stop uny cough that can bo stopped by any modlclno ami euro coughs that can nqt bo cured by nny othor modlclno. It U Always the boat cough cure Would you glvo 25 conts to atop your cough? Then got n bottlo of Komp'a Balaam and you will havo enough for tho wholo family. It costs 26 cents. Building Contractors, Attention. Bids aro Invited for tho construc tion of Eaton Hall, at Willamette University, Salem, Oregon. Building Is about .05x150 feet In alzo and threo stories high, built of brick with stono trimmings. Fur naco blast heating and ventilation, sanitary plumbing. Bids will bo filed with Ameda M. Smith, in tho ofllco of Western Clay Manufacturing Co., Fenton building, Portland, Oregon, up and until 10 o'clock a. ra., Tuesday, August 25, 1908, Plans and specifications can bo procured at office of Wostorn Clay Mfg. Co., Fenton building, Portland, Oregon; office of A. A, Loo, Salem, Oregon; A. E. Eaton, Esq., Union, Oregon, and tho architects of build ing, J. E. Tourtellotto & Co., Boise, Idaho. Heating will not bo let In general contract, but bids for heating filed and opened at tlmo bids for general contract aro opened. A certified check In tho sum of $100q, mado payable to Ameda M. Smith, trustee of Willamette Univer sity, filed with each bM submitted on general contract, said amount for feited if bidder refuse or is unabl to enter Into a contract and furnish good and sufficient bond In tho sum of $25,000 within two weeks aftvr being notified bo has been awarded the contract. Building committee reserves thd right to accept any or reject all bids. 8-13-tf OREGON BUILDERS ARE YOU DOING WHAT YOU CAN IX) POPULATE YOUR STATE? OREGON NEEDS PEOPLE Settlors, honest farmers, mechanics, merchants, clerks, people with, brains, strong hands and a willing henrt -capital or no capital. Southern Pacific Co. Lines In Oregon Is Bonding tons of Oregon lltornturo to tho Enat for distribution through ovory nvallablo agoncy. Will you not holp tho good work of building Oregon by Bonding us tho names and nddrosses of your frlonds who nro llkoly to bo Interested In this stiito? Wo will be glnd to boar tho oxponso of Bunding thorn comploto Information about OREGON and Ita opportunities, CO LONIST8 TICK RT8 will boon salo during SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER from tho East to all points In Oregon. Tho faroi from a fow principal oltlos nro From Loulsvlllo $11.70 " Cincinnati 12.20 Clovolnnd H.7J Now York 55.00 From Donvor . .' $30.00 " Omnha ... ...... 30.00 " Knnsns City .... 30.00 " St. LouIb 35.60 " Chicago 38,00 TICKETS CAN RE PREPAID. If you want t6 bring a frlond or rolatlvo to Orogon deposit tho propor nmnunt wJth nny of our ngontH, Tho ticket will than bu furnished by tologrnph. Local ngont, Salem. WM. McMUHHAY, Geiiornl PunHiig?r Agent, Poi'Umid Oregon. mm m New rt YAQUINA BAY Oregon's Matchless Beach Resort THE PLACE TO CO FOR PERFECT REST AND EVERY CON. CKIVARLE FORM OF HEALTHFUL AND DELIGHTFUL REC REATION. ITS FACILITIES ARE COMPLETE Boat food and an abun dance of it. Fresh water from springs. All modern necessities, such as telograph, telephone, markets freshly provided evory day. Fuel In abundance Cottages partly furnished or unfurn ished to bo had cheaply. Strict municipal sanitary regulations. NEWPORT Is reached by way of the Southern Pacific to Albany or Corvallia, thonco Corvalls & Eastern R. R. Train service dally and the trip a pleasure throughout. RATE FROM SALEM SEASON SIX MONTHS TICKET $5.00. SATURDAY TO MONDAY TICKET .00. Our elaborate new Summer Book gives a concise description of Newport, Including a Jist of hotels, their caplclty and rates. Call ou tolephono or writo local ngonts, WM, McMUHHAY, General F&esengerAgent, Portland, Oregon.