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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, 8ALBM, OREGON. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20. 1008.
3 SMILES Funny fall; cool; warm. Frosts i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 inn a n m 1 1 n 1 1 i 1 1 1 ii i n n i m 1 1 n 1 1 m i m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Free Let Me Cane Your Catatrd pounce f Mi' Combined . Pounce f My Combined TrUl lWIn,lcii Free No Store V'TnU in d Spitting or Foul Sickening "" ""' Xante Today. ..rrh in not only dangerous, but C' ,2 bad breath, ulceration, 11 !" mi decay of bones low of Win reasoning power, kills taking ana causes KW flPPome. indigestion, dy4 l3tf.t. raw tliront and consumption attention at ohce. Cure tt "A! Catarrh Cure. It Id a w a radical, permanent cure, bo ,le ' i rid i the system of tho pol JJS Vims that cnuse3 catarrh. C. E. GAUSS la order lo prove to nil who nro r.Srng from tills dangerous mi W'some disease that Gauss' Cn tiph Cu'o will actually euro any tiw of catarrh quickly, no matter 1 long grading or how bad, I will ii a 'rial package by mall free of I'eot Send us your name nnd iW'i' today nnd tho treatment will htou b return mnll. Try It! It till positively cure so tlmt yon be welcomed Instead of shunned rourfroml 0 K. OAU88. Mm i'J. Mich Kill out coimon bolow. FREE. Thli coupon Is good for ono ''111 package of Gauss Comblnod r"arrh Cure, mailed freo in plain Wrtage Slmplv (III In your nnnio 1 address on dottod lines below aa nai to r. E. (I.U'SS, !li.M!J Main Street MiiNiull, Mich, n v 0,,ce to Taxpayers, me board n fniifiiTntinn u.. W COantV Orncinn ...111 . i .. J.Oc'ober, 19. 1908, at 10 o'clock and rnrrnn, nil - ... ...... aj7 i0,f",pt'on or Qualities of Si8e8i l,nUl 8ch work lej - " esceemng one All nHla. I. UiBni,. . J,nierestea re notified tiuiLV A0'1 anilne their assess- WM i..5rei?i: 1908 nud ,f not l?rm-rew,th' t0 flle aPPca- lSi nf ' Pr..perly ver,flod. for uat dnJ?B : "Iteration of tho ti" the first week of such thfreS?teCrmp,a,ntS Can bo re u etk iff ;L,l,ow the Bd advice ? , lef'f f cherful Peo ? tiwrful n!nLt0 r,-menber that li ,,u PeODle will nn - - l tSSS? U0,e3i we chlrT up a !!' TtiSir 0f hapinTsa are Itoiolh cnsclence, sonie wvtm someone to love.- cJgTPRIA ?WJ ijLjlz t ....... x iu(jiiuid suy wu win nave a dry fall and a cold winter. Darn those Prohls. nnyway. Tho Journal is the paper thut "Bendi out -100 to 500 dally papers to tho people who live at the ends of tho streetcar lines. H. II. Brians, tho popular young llinnncor of tho Itrnwnr rifiiir Pn nt this 'city, comes very near being young Mr. BrnlnB by changing one letter. But he doesn't need tho change. This city hns no pest houso and no charitable instlutlou. Something lacking, gentlemen. Tho grenle'Jt event before the leg islature opening tho public BchooK Named with other gentlemen as a delegates to some 'Frisco doing yo editor In Invited to a dozen lunches and Bovernl smokers. Haven't the gay Bay Cltyltes had enough wnrn Ing with one earthquake to be good? All tho politics In one little town In Oregon Is dictated from tho post ofllce. Can't bo In Marlon county thut village Republicans nro nbuscd as Populists? This Is the time for people to, Snlem from far and nenr to buy cloth ing. See ads. and dress up. Now for an open river, freo locks and canal, People are not wearing buttoitB In this campaign. They nro thinking. The ministers had a good tlmo at Salem as they nhvny do. Not much Ii done these days with out loosening the purse strings. Tho man who novor thinks of others In time gctB scant courtosy himself. m m Even ministers or.Joy a warm do bato. It cloars the air, worki off bllo and sharpcm tho appetito for chick en. Property owners out fnlr grounds way will make ft mistake If they do not put through that boulevard full ono hundred feet wide. o HIWTIXO PAUTIKS Clins. Shlpp, of South Salem', ono of the most unthusln'tlo hunters nnd fl hors In tho state, and Ruub Saun ders, tho well known bicycle ma chinist for Watt Shlpp, have Just re turned from a vory successful hunt ing and dslilng excursion up on thu MoIConzIo river nenr the Three Sis ters mountains. Mr. Shlpp hnt whipped over ovor stream In that vicinity nud tho result was he brought sovoral hundred liltio rib bon Bpec'moiiB of trout homo with him nlsd catching enough to supply tho lprdor whllo In camp. Ho says notwithstanding tho many grayling which are nuinoro'iB In the McKen zJi, the trout Hailing Ii excollont, nnd his only regret was that thor wore not enough plensuro sookorB around tho'o pnrls to consumo tho number of tho speckled benutles he could have easily capturod with his trusty rod and line. Ho hni no apo dal grlevnnce against the hungry grnyllng fleh, but tho manner In which thoy boenmo bo familiar with his bait, was real aggravating. Raub Snundors was tho king of huntors. Ho succoedod In bringing down nn excollont specimen of tho cnMgar trlbo out of n 40-foot troo. Tho big fellow measured about bovoii foot In length, and wa: In the b03t of health accorldng to Roub's way of oxplnlnlng tho killing. Ho bagged the moun tain cat near tho Threo Slstora, and whon he flrst got sight of him high up In n monster cedar, tho cat look ed to bo Just a small kitten, but nft er tho flrst shot, which brought him to tho ground, ho lookod to bo tho slzo of a mnturo cow. It took two more roifnds from Roub's Winchester to put a Btop to tho cougar's quurrol some nature. A party composed of Frank Diir bin. D. Harry Ollnger, Frank Hughes and Johnnlo- Jones, who was taken along as cook, left Saturday for Cow Creek canvon for a fow days hunt ing and Ashing After tho party had boen out tho flrst dnv w'th no suc cess, Frank Durbln bagged a nice Inrge Jack rabbit and nttomptod to impress upon Jone3, tho cook, that It was a peoles of tho deer tribe, whoroupon Johnnlo'a disgust got tho hotter of him and went In search of tho real artlclo resulting In his be coming lost In tho wilderness In tho Cow Creek region nnd was out 3tJ hours before being located, o COFFEE A middling: steak and first-rate coffee are better than middling: coffee and first-rate steak. Con sider the cost. Vcur rrocer rtiurot yoor monr U r d' Hk SkbilllBv'i Bf t: w par him. Ma'ry was a little cook Ah rrfn nn Ireland's shere: But everywhere that Mary went The neighbors onerea more. r o dreads the fine. The dread ta whole aerae, but not the burn; that caB be lualut bb1 Instantly relieved by aD- 'nlvlticr 'Ballnrd'B SHOW LlnleHt. Be Urepare for accidents by keeping a bottle always m me souse. bi ir pralM, terulsee, cuta, bwmi, rae- atatMOL,. Mearaigia, uaw j ii in aekea aad pal as. PrlM 2$e, 'iNe aa $1.69. Sold by all dealers. THE SALEM GUN STORE The Old Reliable Established, .1880. IMIOXB 410 y "i: :i : i a Few More ' TIIE SALESi GUN STORE The Old Reliable Establlshed,i880. PHONE 410 mp And the shooting season will, be in full swing. How is your ij Gun, Hunting Clothes, and Ammunition? Below are a few j; articles which are interesting to Sportsmen t HUXTIXG CLOTHES 1IAXD PROTECTORS t CLEANIXG RODS ' &j . RECOIL PADS ' SHELL RELTS (JUX COVERS . , ', J V t e 4-.' SHELL CASES , V .? t SHOTGUN SIGHTS SHELL VESTS HUXTIXG COATS v JL GUX GREASE AXI) OIL IX ALL SIZE PACKAGES. ASIC FOR THE iJly XEW STEVENS GUX GREASE The "Witch Elk" Hunting Root, soft nnd pliable, llts like n 'glove, never gets bind. Ah wnler proof ns leather can be made. W have sold a great many In the liit thire yir; they have given Hue Kcrvlco. 4PJaH LEFKVER SHOTGUN'S PARKER SHOTGUN'S RAKER SHOTGUN'S STEVENS SHOTGUNS L. C. SMITH SHOTGUNS I QMAeAUkL jh? v JLjj 'v"VnMlla?V?IIIIHIfillwlllllllilH SHOT GUN SHELLS OWING TO OUR UUYIXG IX LARGE QUANTITIES, WE GET A SPECIAL LOAD WHICH WILL RE A GREAT HELP TO AXY SPORTSMAN USING THEM. ANY POWDER OR LOAD. COME IX AXD LET US CONVINCE YOU. SOMETHING NEW Thu Remington IlantiuerleNS REPEATING SHOTGUNS. a -K-H-r-H-H-H-I I M I I I 1 I I I 11 I H H I 1 I I I I 1 1 1 I I I I I I I I I 1 I I H I I I I I I l-H-4 II I I ill! I I I I 1 I t H I I I I I I 1 1 1 i I I I I I I I I I I lg"""MMM''"""''"M'M""""'"'"',MMI'W)MM''M','''M''"MM''"lM''M'"''""1"" Thoro nro six requisites In every hnppy marriage. Tho flrst In faith, and tho remaining flvo nro confidence. DoWltt'a Kldnoy and BInddor Pi 11b aro for wonk back, backacho, rhoumntl' pnlns, Inflammation of the blnddor and all other annoy ances duo to weak kldnoys, Thoy nro sold by all druggists. If you wish to get mnrrlod learn to Blug nlto. Don't bo afraid to glvo Chamber Iain's Cough Romcdy to your chll dron. It containa no opium or othor harmful drug. It always euros. For, salo by Dr. 3tono's druc storo. Genius In a capacity for evading hard work. o For a Sprained Ankle. A Bpralncd anklo may bo cured In nbout one-third tho tlmo usually re quired, by applying Chamborlaln's Linlmont freely, and giving It abso lute rest. For salo by Dr. Stono's drug Btoro. o You better bo an Is-now than a has-was, and ns for a not-yot-but-Boon why, ho Is always ono, o Kodol will, without doubt, mnke your stomach strong and will almost Instantly relievo you of all tho synip toms of Indigestion, Get a bottlo o It to day. It Is sold hero by ah druggists. u To lose your Idontlty In tho busi ness Is ono of tho pennltles of work ing for n great Institution. 0 ' No medicine has over done more towards warding off grip and pneu monla and relieving distressing grip couge than Kemp's Balsam, the best cough cure. o Why not bo a topmotcher? A top-notcher Is simply a nlndlvldual who works for tho Institution of. which ho Is a part, not against It. o ' gunlU iMMHimnwwinwp ftputv Actions bpenk louder than wonR They hnvo to, In order to bo henrd above tho boasting. 6uity$fffl&t Grand Opera House JOHN P. CORDRAY, Mfcr. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER SO The Brilliant Musical Novelty Bostonian n l- Minstrel Maids With a Bevy of Pretty Olrls In MIRTH, MUSIC AND MELODY The 'Greatest Novelty of the Season Prices 25c, 85c, 50c, 75c. They Tako the Kinks Out. "I hnvo used Dr. King's Now LIfo Pills for many years, with Increas ing satisfaction. Thoy tako tho kinks out of stomach, liver and IjowoIb. without fuss or friction," says N. II. Brown, of Plttifleld, Vi Guaranteed satisfactory nt J. C. Porry'a drug Btoro. 25c. WIiqii a girl dislikes nnothor girl, sho always says of hor, "She Ib Just carzy to got married." Slander Is a knife In tho back. A Hiirglar hi Town his namo Is "bad cough," Ho dooan t enro for gold or silver but ho w'll Bteal your health away. If ho np peara In your house nrrost him at onco with Bnllard's Horehound Syr up, It may mean consumption If you don't. A euro for nil coughs, cold and chest troubles. Price 2Ce, 50c and $1.00 por bottlo. Sold by all dealers. . - -w.fr. Do right nnd koop nt It. -o- Konnody'B Laxatlvo Cough Syrup docs not constipate Ilko most of tho old fashioned cough euros, but on tho othor hand It gontly moves tho bowols p.nd at tho same tlmo heala irritation and allays Inflammation of the throat. Sold by all druggists. Thoro are somo men who have a "run" In society, as somo popular songs have a run on tho streets, u When you need a cough cure you need one that will cure your cough. Kemp's Balsam, tho best cough euro, will do It, AU druggist sell It for 25 cents, I o It is not fanaticism that opposses progress it Is simply Inertia, o DoWltt's LHtlo Early Rlaora aro small pills, easy to take, geatlo an1 sure. Bold by all druggists. A Hiitceiuuigh Knocker. J. C. Goodwin, of Roldsvlllo, N C, says: "Bucklon's Arnica Bal'-o Is n sure-enough knockor for ulcors. A bad ono cnino on my leg Inst wim mor, but that wonderful snlvo knocked It out In a fow rounds. Not ovon a scar romnlned," Guaranteed for plies, Boros, burns, etc. 25c at J. C. Porry'B drug storo. o An ovll tongue cuts bnckward, o DeWltt'B Carbollzod Witch Hnzol Salvo Is tho host thing to uso for plies Sold by all druggists, In explaining a theme to another It becomes luminous to ourselves. t o Pains In the back and side may come from the kidneys or lifer Lane's Family Medicine the toalc axatlve, and a great kidney and liv er remedy, will give rellof. ? Environment counts for bo little unless you help tovmako it. o Would yon give 25 eetto atop your com eh? Thes .get a bottle ot Kep'p Balsam and you will hive enough for the whole family. . It eoeis 25 eento. The heroic man does not pose; he leaves that for tho man who wishes to be thought heroic. Spectacle Frames Correctly Fitted to tlve Fttee Aro as Essential mm IVopeily Fitted Iciumi Are to the Eyes, A lonso should bo mounted so that tho center will bo o'xactly. op posite the pupil of tho eye, In any othor position It will causo strain and havo a tendency to pro duco double sight. Tho bridgo or nose piece Bhould fit so well that wabbling will bo Impossible, and It should bear equally at all points THE ItlGHT WAY IS JUST AS EASY AH THE WRONG, WE ITT THE FRAMES AS WELL AS THE. LENSES. US i ' - BARrs JEWEtKY as i Gold Dust Flout Made by THE SYDNEY l'OW ER COMPANY, Sidney, Ore Kon. Mndo for family use. Ask your grocer for It. Bran and shorts always on hand. P. B. WALLACE, Agt. Phono 44 Main 147 N. High St. C. W. YANNKE Proprietor of THO FASHION STABLES Cabs and Llvory, all Riga Modern Rubbor Tiro. TUB DUST ROAST THK 1 FAMILY KVEIt HAD Can be obtained from our prltae teuder and Juicy beef, mutton or pork. AU our meats are aelected from the choicest, aad ''prepared for the table to suit the dea'ands of the fastidious. Our price are lower for quality than you caa And at any place Ih galea, E. O. O It OB 8, Phoae Ml, 870 State St. STOnE I 1 .W -" v . mmww ijszs "iYf MTiiT .ST w4. ItaHHaMKMMMMMRUaH State aad Liberty gtree. V Wr It T WMhtrYl TT vk i-tsm Jlt-M. 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