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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
H. HOFER, Bd. ad Prop. a ladepesdent MewjAp Devoted to American Principle and the I'roffr&N and DeTelopeweat of All Oreef iii i ' ' ' iii i ' ' ' ' mbtlthed Kmy Brewing Kxcept Sunday, Salem, Om. ' " i ' ' ' BUHSCRIPTION RATES. (InvarUblr in Advance.) DHjr, br carrier, per year W.00 Tcr month .Wo Oallv, by mail, per year-..,.. 4.00 rr month &x Weekly, by mall, per year.--. 1.00 Sir month -.Wo JL SPECIAL DELIVERY For conronlenco of subscriber branch dollvcry offices are establish ed at tho following places at 3D cents per month, $1.00 for three menths: Asylum Storo, V, O. Do Voe A Son, Asylum Avenmo Junction. Carllne, Sovontoonth streot, A. W. Lane, Garden Road Store. Dauo's Store, Alex. Dauo, BouthCommorctal street. Electric Storo, O. M. Eppley,. Kaat Stnto streot. Fairgrounds Storo. Harrison Dee, Fairgrounds Road. I lo well's corner, Twoutn ana urosa strcoia. O. K. Grocery, A. A, EnKleba't, TwoUth-street. , Whoeler'a Stere, W, D. Whcolor, Highland avenue; Yew Park Storo, F. O. Boworsox, Twelfth and Leslje. Lane Grocory, Seventeenth strot , , , J. L. Mooro h Son, corner Capitol and Union Btreots. Woat Satem Store, West Snlotn. Ztnn'a Confectionery, 478 Stato utroot. Dr Stone's, 24i North Commor".Ial utroot. Huffman's' Store, North Sixth street. Gorman Rnkery, cornor Twolfth and Chnm"kotfl. TiilIIOH ORGANIZATIONS MAKE GOOD TOWN Tho cities whoro Jabor 1 niOBt ftdghly,-organized go" ahead tho fast est. Th'ore'aro'roawBs for this. Duslhes Hteu generally got most of tfiolt trado from tho laborers, WHO 'SPEND THEIR MONEY FREELY. In proportion to hl uionnn tho laboring man with n fnmlly or with out upends his money ton times rn fast as tho cnpltnllst. Balom would bo a far bottor city for buslncBi IF IT HAD MORE LA 11011 ORGANIZATIONS. Tho Capital Journal doos not bo llovo In dictation from any labor or gnnlzatlon. Rut It nhould bo romomborcd thai capital also dlctato-i, AND TEN TIMES AH OFTEN NAMES ITS OWN TERMS AH LAROR l)OEH. Give labor n ohanco to llvo and iho city will prospor. O' THE TIIUHTH HKIN THE FAHMEHS It Is published In tho enstorn pa pers that tho powder trust Is to nil vanco prlcoa this fall. This Is one of tho practices of tho tnibU gonornlly, TO ADVANCE WHEN TIMES GET HETTEH. Thoy do not lowor prices whon times aro bad, but thoy always ad vance whon thoy nro good. Tho farmora has to tnko prlccB ai tkoy come, IN THE OPEN COMPE TITION OF THE WORLD'S MAR KETS. Rut nt tho slightest slKn of nny thing cmnlnK his wny up goos tho prlco of a scoro of artlclus, nnd low ering their quality. Ho must havo powder to cloar tho lauds and build ronds, nnd havo v llttlo sport, AND HE IS AN EASY MARK, l.nwn nhould b uml roRulatlnR tho quality nnd euro of uioli oxplo atvoa nnd tholr Halo In thin stnto. It U bad enough to bo nt tho inorny of a tniHt that enn lower tho quality of Its products and ralso prloag nt nny tlmo. THE 11 FORMATION OP TDK UNITED STATES SENATE Loud-mouthod, braxon-fneod, Ion-ther-lungod Forakor of Ohio has oomu to tirlef. HE HAH RP.EN CONVICTED OP RECEIVING STRAIGHT lllUUlvS from Standard Oil and tho Intunwtv Ho confesses that ho wan hulpod to amount of $50,000 to buy up a now impor. Vale, Porakor. Taft will havo to ""HP1 " HE cJcrk of today who saves Is tho proprietor of tomorrow. A fow yenra of email wiving will Rlvo you a good bauk ac count and a licbjt of thrift und economy. Thosq, taken together mean a butilnuss of your own. U pays to bo propared whon your opportunity comes along. IK gin uow and doposlt your savings with us. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK U DAII.T OWD-A1 i J. carry 'ohlo nloho, AND IS VltOllA RLY AHLE TO DO IT. Rut tho day of reckoning Is com ing fast for other alleged Republi can leaders. Tho corporation-controlled, HOUGHT-ANH-PAID.-FOR UNITED , STATES SENATOR MUST OO. So must all the polltlclnnB who hnvo heaped up riches out of grafts In tho nnmo of Republicanism. Fornkor Iibb alwayB thrown rocks nt Rnn'ovolt, AND WAS OPPOSED TO TAFT. Tho lending machine politicians of Oregon have nil boon cursing Roose volt nnd hnvo no ubo for Taft. If It had boon loft to n direct vote of tho peoplo NONE RUT ROOSE VELT DELEGATES HAD GONE TO THE NATIONAL CONVENTION. Tho great thing to tho credit ot Taft Ib that tho mnchlno gang aro at heart not for him. At Snlom thoy did not wnnt to al low Taft's name to bo msod IN THE FORMATION OF A REPURLIOAN CLUR. Rut tho United Stales sonatc Is be ing wcoded out of bought-up and pnld-for senators, and It ought to bo. Rending tho following Bummary from tho Now York World, nB to tho way tho old Idols of tho corrupt sys tem nro being killed eff: (Notice whore tho people got a volo nt tho direct primary thoy kill them off.) Tho defent nt tho stale primaries of 8onntor Ankony. of Washington, for renominnllon by Ropresontntlvo Wosloyo L. Jones ndda ono moro to n Hlgnlflcnnt aorlos of ohnngos In tho momborBhtp of tho Bounto. Tho spirit of radicalism Iibb taken pnssoRHlou of tho wait, and In half a dozen Rtatos whero tho Ropubllcans hnvo boon In tho nsccndlncy tho rnll road and corporation Ibhiiob this year HAVE PRODUCED A REVOLUTION WITHIN PARTY LINKS. Although a handful of ntnud-pat-lor In tho Iowa loglslaturo hnvo sue coodod bo fnr In holding up tho oloo tlou of Gov. Cummlm to Biircood tho Into Sonator Allison, thoro can bo no doubt abucit tho stato of public scutt mont. Tho nntt-Cummlns faction Iiuh boon too ofton boaton In provlous uontosts with tho radical olomont, nnd In tho ponding light Gov. Cuuimlim lacks only 13 votoi of an oloctlou. At tho Juno prlmnrloH In North Da kota Sonntor Hannbrough. who la serving his third torm, of four Ho publican onndldntoii for tho sonnto ran third. Ho Is out of tho reo. Undr the North Dakota Uiw thu two ltulln; candldaOB at tho prhuarloK, T. V. MnrHhaP nnd M. N. Johnson, will havo thwlr nnmon on the ballott nt tho November election. AND THE VI llPVIMAIVIWl Till.' Aft llllllTV . OM. REM I.IMMI Till. MAJOR! I AT that Ki.Ht'nox will UK- CEIVE THE PARTY VOTE IN THE I.FOISUVTPRK. In South Dakota Sonntor Klttredgu. the leader of tho stulwart faction, who was a candidate for ro-olectlon, was defeated at tho primaries In Jinn by Gov. Crawford. LEADER OF THE PROGRESSIVE RKPPRLICANS, ON THE CORPORATION ISSUE. Tho victory of Joseph L. Rrlslow lnt month In ICansua over Sonntor Long was won after a sharp cam palgu In which Long suffervd btvauo of tho popular belief that UK IS TOO CONSKUVATIVK AND SYMPATHE TIC TOWARDS THK RAIROADS. At tho Illinois primaries In Au ust Sonntor Hopklus barely escaped being beaten by Representative Foas, who may yet carry tho contest into the K'gl latuiv. Sonator Stephenson, of WUconslu. tho wealthy unberman. although ha has been Identified -with tho La Pol letto wing of the party, was oupoeed by other radical candidate, and kl winning vote, It Is charged, WAS nntXAU AM. OMMOIL DUE TO THE LAVISH USE OP MONEY IN THE PRIMARY CAM PAIGN. In Oregon last April Senator Ful ton was beaton at Ahe Republican pri maries by Honry M Cake, but as n majority of the members of tho leg islature chosen in Juno nro pledged to vote for THE SENATORIAL CAN DIDATE RECEIVING THE LAR GEST POPULAR VOTE, GOV. CHAMREHLAIN, A DEMOCRAT, IS ENTITLED TO ELECTION, although tho Republicans control tho legisla ture. Tho Missouri senatorial contest be tween tho two Domocratlc candidates, Sonotor Stono and Gov. Folk WILL RE DECIDED RY A DIRECT VOTE AT THE POLLS IN NOVEMRER. The adoption of tho primary sys tem by western states in tho nomi nation of senatorial candidates HAS RESULTED IN NEARLY EVERY CASE THIS YEAR IN THE RETIRE MENT! OF THE, PRESENT INCUM RENT nnd In tho choice of n more radical successor. : n ' MUST RELIEVE 111 . When Wi'll-Kiiown Snlom People Tell It So Plainly, Whon public endorsement is mndo by a representative citizen of Salem the proof Is positive You must bo Hovo It. Read this testimony. Ev ery brickncho sufferer, every man, womnn or child with nny kidney troublo will find profit In tho rend ing. Jacob 13. McCoy, retired, living on Capltnl St., boyond Mill creek, S.i lorn, Or., says: "Thoro has been no rcnBon for mo to chnngo my good opinion of Donn's Kidney Pills which I expressed through our papers three years ago. I procured tho romedy at Dr. Stono's drug Hloro nt that tlmo nnd received tho most gratifying re sults from tholr use. I was relieved of kidney complaint of Bcvoral years' standing. The principal symptoms woro In connection with tho kidney socrotlons nnd nny Btrnln or over exertion often caused hemorrhngen of tho kidneys. Nothing I had found In tho wny of medlclno gnvo mo nny satisfactory relief until I got Donn's Kldnoy Pills. Thoy gavo prompt and lasting benefits. I hnvo recommended them over since then whon occasion hns arisen. For sale by all dcalore. Prlco GO cents. FoBtcr-Mllburn Co., Ruffnlo, Now York, boIo agonts for tho Uni ted States. Rcmomber , tho name Donn's and tnkc no other, f. GOES TO .MEET WITH RILL TAFT LoiiIb C. Stringer, president of tln Young Men's Republican club of this city, loft Inst night for Cincinnati to attend tho national lcaguo of Re publican clul3 that will bo hold there Sept. 22. lie Is a dologato from Oregon nnd bonrs lotters of Introduc tion to cnndldnto 1MII Taft. Ho will prouont tho claims of progroftslvo young llopubllcnns from Oregon, o Gambling your llfo ngntmt 2S cout' Is Just ex nctlv whnt vou aro doing If you unt ied a cough or cold on tho chest In stead of trentlng It with unllard's Horohound 8vwtp. A 2 wit boltlo of thle splendid remedy will euro nn ordnnry couch, heal tho lunge nnd act as a tonic for your ontlro system Sold by all doalors. r, i You would be surprliod at tho t,hlng8 said about you Iwlilml your back. Kennedy's I.nxatlvo Cough Syrup docs not conBMpnte like n03t of tho old fnsh'onod cough curei. but on tho other hand it gont'y moves the bowels rnd nt tho snmf tlm heal Irritation and allays Intlnmmnttun pf tho thront. SoM by all CrugxWtt. Iu st)'l of our trouble we all do protty well. Oiwid for RUIuiimi, "I "ok two of CMrnborlnln'a l-" '" i' lauiwm io n,ht ftn,, , fae, 50 p8r con, l)(,tt3r ihnn I hnvo for weeks, 'ays J J. Firestone of AUesan, Mich. "They are certaln'v a fine article for bil iousness." For inlo by Dr. Stone") drug atoro. Samples free. . o i It bothers tho average womnn If she doesn't spend as nnioh on her clothes iu her neighbor who hasn't at much to spoud. Don't bo afraid to glvo Chambr Iain's Cough Remedy to your chil dren. It contains no opium or otbor harmful dru. It always eures. For ale by Dr. Stone's drug storo. t- . . It U now about after harvest, and It might bo well to practice paying up. o For a Sprained Ankle. A spra'ned ankle may be cured In about one-third tho time usually re quired, hy applying Chamberlain's Liniment freely, and giving It abso lute ret. For ale by Dr. Stone's 4 rue store. O i'i It has been a mighty poor vacation season If speut all In Idlenes. MOKDAY, gEPTBMnitB 81, lX General Debility Day in and day out tncro is that feeling of weakness thai makes a burden of Itself. Food docs not strengthen. Sleep doe9 not refresh. It Is hard to do, hard to bear, whnt should be cnsyy-vitallty is on tho ebb, and tho whole system suffers. For this condition take Hood's Sarsaparilla It vltalUcs tho blood nnd gives vigor and tone to nil tho organs nnd functions. In usual liquid form or In chocolated tablets known ns Sarsataba lOOdoresll. As a rule tho real person hit is the ono who doos the hitting. DoWltt's Kidney and Bladder Pills nro for weak back, backache, rhoumatli pains, Inflammation of the bladder and all other annoy ances duo to weak kidneys. They aro sold by. all drugclBta. n ' How awfully helpless the most self reliant are In tho presence of troublel o Kodol will, In a very short tlmo, enable tho stomach to do tho work It should do, and tho work It should do Is to digest all tho food you eat. It makes the stomach sweet and It Is pleasant to take. It Jb sold hero by all druggists. . ' o- Look for opportunities not to knock. to boost, Deafness Cnnnot Re Cured by local applications, as they cannot reach tho diseased portion of tho ear. Tit -ro 1b only one way to cure dca'nesi, and thib is by constitutional remedies. Deafness Is cau"ed by an inflamed condition of tho mucous lining of tho EuBtnchtnn Tube. When this tubo Is Inflamed you havo a rumbling Bound or Imperfect hear ing, nnd whon it Is entlroly closed. Denfneat Is tho result, nnd unless tho Inflnmmntlon can be takon out and this tubo restored to Its normal con dlt'on, henrlng will bo dostroyed for ovc; nine cases out uf ten nro caused by Catarrh, which Is nothing but nn Inflamed condition of tho mucous surfaces. Wo will glvo Ono Hundred Dollars for any caso of Dcafnosa (caused by catarrh) that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir culars free F. J. CHENEY & CO , Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, 7Gc. Toko Hall's Family Pills for con stipation o CASTOR I A 1'or Infants and Children. lis Kind You Have Always Bough) Slf Boars tho Slgnatuio of &fo LLtvfy Grand Opera House JOHN F. CORDRAY, Mgr. A delightful farco comedy. Monday, September 21 FRANK G. KING Prosents tho Mngnet'c Llttlo Actress "Chic" Perkins In tho Newest Westorn Play "The Little Prospector" A Typical Story of Mining Llfo in tho Far West. AN ADMIRARLY RALANCKD COM PANY. ORIGINAL SCENIC EFFECTS. MAGNIFICENTLY STAGED. Soats on salo at box ofllce Monday, 9 n. m. Prlcoa 50c, 36c, 25c. THERE IS NOTHING EXPERIMENTAL AHOUT OUR EYE EXAMINATIONS Each Eye Is examlnod seporatoly and flttoj with the lena It ro qulroe. This is ono ndvantngo that you got over ready-mndo glosses, which aro mado to sell, and not to oorrect oyo troublos. Don't bo reoklois with your eyes. They certainly deserve tho beat care that can be had. WE TELL YOU HOW TO CARE FOR THEM. BARR'S JEWELRY STWE State and Liberty Streets. Phone 44 Main 147 N. High St. C. V. YANNKE Proprietor of THE FASHION STABLES Ces acd Uvcry, all RIg Uo4era Rubber Tire, I TO THE RACES E '. "v I tt. I B"". "T m I si "m W . -. KUUINU 8 Kir V.UQ prom SALEM to PORTLAND via OREGON ELECTRIC RAILW'Y FOR PACIFIC NATIONAL FAIR AND LIVESTOCK SHOW TO BE HELD AT PORTLAND. OR.--Sepl. 21-26,1908 Commencing Tuesday, September 21, and continuing until Satur day, September 2G, Incluslvo, train No. 8, leaving Salem at D:05 . 'm., dally, will carry additional equipment, and will be run la two or more sections If necessary to accommodate the travel, also a spj. clal train will leave Portland at 3 o'clock p. m. on each of these dari rfunnlng through to Salem. For further particulars apply to C. E. ALBIN, Agent, Salem, Phone 392 GEO. F. NEVINS, Traffic Maqagcr, Portland, Ore piMiiRwiMWilMMME3HHflHMMHHHH Wallert & Hentscliel Successors to E. Eckerlln 'The Elite" Hotel and Cafe 1 1 (J nml 118 Commercial Street Meals 0 A. M. to Midnight. Excel lent Merchants' Lunch, 25c. Sun dny Family Dinners and Banquets a Specialty. Gold Dust Flat Made by THE SYDNEY POW- ER COMPANY, Sidney, On- gon. Mndo for fnmlly use. Ask jour grocer for it. Hrnn nnd shorts nlwnys on linml. P. B. WALLACE, Agr. WBRTl "' c COH). THE REST ROAST THE FAMILY EVER HAD Can bo obtained from our prlmn tondcr and Juicy beof, mutton or oork. All our meats aro selected from tho choicest, and prepared for tho tablo to suit tho demands of tho tfcSS8wS3gStft1ffli!kvV vkM.ir i fastidious. Our prices aro lowor for , T quality Mhan you can find at anyj plnco in Salem. E. C. CROSS, IMioue SOI. .170 Stnto St. mmummmmmmaaammmm GERMAN RAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY Now under now management SCHLKRET , SCHNEIDER. Proprietors Complete lino of fresh and up-to-duto bakers goods doMvered to all parts ot the city free. Wo aro proud of our party and wadding enkes, delivered on short notice. Glvo us a trial Is all wo ask. Storo corner Twolfth and Che mekPtn Sta. Phone Main 961. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmitmmmm DR. KUM WONDERFUL CHINESE DOCTOR Will treat you with Oriental herba and euro nny disease without opera tion or pain. Dr. Kum li known ererywher'o la Salem, and has cured many promi nent people here. Ha has lived In Salem for 20 years, and can. bo trust ed. He uses many medlclnea un known to white doctors, .and wlta them cau euro catarrh, asthma, lung troub'es. rheumatism, stomach, liver, and kidney disease. ' Dr. Kum makoi a specialty of, dropsy and female troubles. UU remedies cure private disease when everything else falls. He has hun dreds of testimonials, and gives con sulfation tree. Prices tor medicine very moderate. Persons in the coun try can write for blank. Send stamp It youywant tome extra fine teas get 'tt""from a. ' ' DR. KUM ROW WO CO. EuAfiJftA "" A Huie Wing Sang Co Wo make up all kinds of tmpttl nnd whlto underwear, waists and monns and skirts; all kinds oM gcntlomcn's and ladles' furnl'MaJ goods; nil klnda of silks and dreiil goods; hoso, Bults, pants, orenllsa blnnkots, neckwear, matting, chlca-fl ware, trunks, embroidery and Una etc. :i20 N. Commercial St. Salem, OtM I 4IIIIIM IMIIIHUHHIHj I Graber Bros, PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING Will glvo prompt attention .to all orders, guaranteo oar work to give satisfaction anJ to bo up to tho sanitary itanl nrd. WE WILL RE PLEASHI) TO GIVE KSTIMATKS ON CONTRACTS Call nt our shop on L'bert street, back of Darr's Jee!ry Storo. Phono 550. 1 iWr44-HH4H4 HICKORY BARK Couh Remedy Couchs. Colds CROUP SORt THROAT THOATt'51 inwsi"itMCA lMrM.0TGO"i.l'2 tn. IW f8 WMUffig. --"ir-' i w i WM''lWM7f,Ukr! AWM WWfH - - - . , if n rrr- - --- - - ,- t4l ft ? . ftl ' Z&i sBisasssiii-i M 1 J"T"""