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zzzjxzzsascixzz2?lW!!!L& I 3AILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, NAIXM, OltEGON. SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1009. II H.IW4ihAIIHu v '. - J I I ilillllHIIKHiIlCtfll SOUTH SALEM MARKET PUCE Located at tho Corner of S. Commercial St. and Slough Road Tho convenient trading placo for South Salem people Buy your groceries, get your meat and havo a shave all (under tho samo room, POISAL & SHAW General Grocery Store Wo also carry a full line of cigars, tobacco, candy, palnU, drugc and stamps. Phono 763 f i I o. w. brasher Model Barber Shop Tlirco ClwUrs Shoes Blilncd Saturdays HAIRCUT 25c .SHAVE 10c Your patronogo solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Judson's Market Fresh nnd cured meats of nil kinds. Poultry for your Sundny dinner. Prompt de livery. Phone 7C3. PORTLAND PAPERS HAVE KIND WORDS FOR CAPITAL CITY JOURNAL HAS FINE EDITORIAL ABOUT SALEM AND ORGONIAN GIVES MEED.OF PRAISE IN EDITORIAL ABOUT STATE faff iif ftmim iiitw !! f wiii I f iaiettiiiiiaiaiai8iif f iiiiHHia $ C E. LEBOLD & CO 1144 Slate Street GENERAL MERCHANDISERS We would like to say to the people in East Salem that we can sell groceries , hardware and drugs just a little cheaper than the down town stores, We have a complete line of fresh, up-to-date goods, carefully selected. Also a feed store at No, 1160, and we defy any merchant to. give you better deliv ery service, We own 133 feet of property covered by build ings, including our stores, from which we are re ceiving an income, and while we are in a position to buy as choap as other merchants our expenses are considerably lower, So a trial order will convince you of what we say relative to prices, quality of goods and delivery, PHONE 145. I f f f tgiif miiiiiiiiiiif i E-RU-SA THE ONLY LAWFUL PILE CURE BccaiiBo It docs not contain narcotics, morci.ry. cocalno, load or any poisonous drugs, Decauso E-RU-SA CURES PILES. U. 8. Dlsponsatory rocomniomlB ovory Ingrcdlont of E-RU-SA. Drug laws inako "falso or nils loading Btntomontn" u crlmo. Thoroforo tho snlo of all othor or Injurious nnrcotlo pllo medicines Is lllognl, bocnuso thoy affect uto brain nnd spinal marrow, produco constipation nnd nover euro. All rollablo, up-to-date druggets of highest BtandliiK soil and Indorse E-RU-SA, nmnoly In Salem, DIt. STONE'S DnUQ 8T0RE, 0. W. PUTNAM & CO., RINQO & ORABER, RED CIIOSK f'HARMAGY. nnd CAPITAL DRUG STORE. W. II. Coo'ey. Notlco of Intention to Improve a Portion of Market Street, Notlco li horoby glvon that tho Common Council of tho City of Sa eom, Oregoi., dooms It oxpedlont to Improvo, un proposes to Improvo, nt tho exponso of thu abutting and ad Jncout jroporty, Markot stroet, In said city from tho east line of Lib- orty streot to tho wost lino of Broad wny streot end from tho oast lino of Drondwny streot to tho west lino of Oth streot, by grndlng tho roadway of said portion of said streot nnd by plnclng thereon gravel and cnushod rock nnd rolling tho samo with a stonm roller, all to bo dono In acoord nnco with tho plans and specifica tions adopted by tho Common Coun cil on the 8th day of Juno, 1009, and now on fllo In tho offlco of tho city eeordcr nnd by doing nil things ro quired In said plans and specifica tions, which show nn ostlmnto of the cost nf said Improvoinont, nnd are hereby referrod to nnd mndo a part of this not.':o uemonstrnneos may bo filed in tho manner nnd within tho time- provided by law. . Dnlv of first pbllontlon of this i notice Juno 9, 1909. By order of the Common Council. W. A. MOORES, U-ll-11- Rocordor. I o iotloe of Intention to Improve n Portion of Front Streot. Notice la hereby glvon that tho common council of tho city of Salem, Oregon dooms is oxpedlont to im provo, and proposes to improve, nt the expense of nbuttlng nnd adjacont property, Front streot, In tho city of Salem, Orogon, from a point 300 feet south of tho south lino of Mar kot stroat to the north city limits. ti.u Patent Medicines or medicines ' The Improvement shall bo mado by frivSBs t Under tho tltlo "Tho Coming Sa" lorn" tho Portland Journnl of Juno 20th says: The Improvement mlcrobo hns becomo actlvo In Salenn Whothor Sonator Kcllohor's echomo for ro- movnl of tho capital had anything to do with it or not, tho capital city Is throwing off Its' old clothes. It has done moro within a year or two In tho way of city bentitlflcatlon than In a docado befo'o. Front nny vnn tago point near the university look ing wost, Stato street presents a glaro of electrical illumination that discounts tho best lighted streot in Portland. Thoro nro other streets In tho city that nro brilliantly Illuminated Moro Important ctlll, many of tho main thoroughfares havo been paved nnd tho step mado to thnt extent from provincialism to tho metropol itan. Many of tho ancient structures of tho prlmltlvo Salem havo boon torn away and nro replaced with now ones of modern outline. A splendid ftvo-story building of stool framo and latest architecture is in courso of orcctlon, nnd will glvo tho city a claim to tho skyscraper class. What Is hotter, however, ij that vlrllo young btulnooao mon with largo public purpose are pushing to tho front with a doroand that Salem shall keep pneo with tho march of ovents. t is a chnrnctor of lender ship' that work out city destiny. It brushoo asldo tho outworn methods nnd cuatomn of tho djm nnd distant past, nnd vltallzos the force of nd- vnncomont. Salem Is n city of magnlflcont possibilities. It lt In tho henrt of a region of unsurpassed fertility. Flvo thounnd acres of prune orchards nro wthln a fow inllos with land vnluco at $300 por ncro. Two hun dred cnrlondo of dried prunes an nually Is tho product of this slnglo district, nnd thoro nro, In tho snmo vicinity, other nnd increasing pnuno area". Folluro of tho crop is so lit tle known that constnnt additions nro bolns mndo to tho orchards. Ono growor whose crop ylold has been from 7-1,000 to 92,000 pounds por year for six yean), has added until this season 150,000 Is to bo tho ylold. In ndrfltlon thoro nro chorry or chards thnt havo glvon Snlcm tho tltlo of tho Chorry City, and from which n rich usufruct Is realized. Thoso and othor nssots in hops, grnlu nnd kindred products' of tho oil plnco tho city in n sotting of rich posslbtlltei. Most notp.ble of all, howovor, Is tho home llfo of tho city. For 00 years, tho town has boen nn oducn tlonnl contor. Tho Influences thnt have radiated from tho university have bean of invaluable effect, Tho homo llfo Ic wholcomc. nnd tho homes beautiful In outllno and en vironment. The social llfo la clean, Intellectual and desirable. It Is a wholesomo plnco for tho seat of gov ernment, nnd If the present move ment for a grcntor and moro beau tlfn.il Salem persists, Oregon will soon have n capital c'ty that will bo satisfying to ell tho state. And tho Oregonlan of Juno 14, In nn editorial on tho rapid progress of tho state, has tho folle.wlng: Extraordinary industrial activity, coupled with the purpose and spirit of the new development, Is reported from nil pnrtB of Orogon. Tho nwakonlng has been slow, but It Is hero nt mot. Every ono notes tho effect of tho new llfo throughout tho stnte. Tho towns nnd cities aro taking prldo In their nppenranco, In tho Improvement of their streets, In hot tor nrchitocturo for tho now build ings, nnd In substitution for build ings of old form nnd construction new, modorn tasteful and commo dloAiB plnir. It Is worth not n lit tle to sea cucli towns ns Snlom nnd Eugene, Dakor City and La Grnndo nt this day, and compnro them with tho romomborod nppenranco of for mer times. I Corresponding improvement is noted in tho ngruculturnl districts. ' Irrigation Is beginning in many n for-' tilo district In tho scml-nrld parts of tho state. i In othor parte clearing of now tracts for cultivation Is In progros', and bottor fnrnilng gonornlly. Ad vantages of under-drnlnngo aro be coming hotter known. Tho study of soils brings its contribution to re sult. Improvement of livestock is becoming gonornl, Fruit growing Is settling Into a sclcntflc systpm. Tho timber of Orogon, properly con served, will foroior bo a great ro rourco, and transformation of water powor Into electric will glvo tho stnto bcnofltB equal to tho labor of millions of hr-ndc. Tho mnln drawback now Is tho slowness of railroad cxtonsion. In thso tlm no consldornblo popula tion will go far boyond tho reach of railroad s'.rvlco, and vory llttlo renl dovolopmont can aome to unoccupied district!- till tho railroad helps to open tho wny. Orogon has a right to bo insistent that tho grent railway combination thnt almost wholly con trols it. territory shall contlnuo its activity and open new soctlons of the stnto. We thnll got tho Tilla mook road within n yonr, but wo wnnt thu Coos Day road, and, nbovo all, n rord Into nnd through Mlddlo Orogon. Our Discount Department WE DO BUSINESS not for the convenience of ourselves altogether, but rnthor for tho profit to ourselves without too grent nn expense to our pntions, and at tho samo timo affordng them a most convenient nnd satis factory service. We find our dnlly discount scrvlco a most popular ono. This provides for a commlttco of our directors who call nt tho bnnk daily and in conjunction with the executive officers pass promptly on the merits of loans offered. The daily discount commlttco plan enables us to thwart the dangerous practice plan whero authority Is sometimes nBsumed nlone by n president or a cashier, and nt tho samo timo onnblcs us to give tho business man a quick nnd decisive nnswor. Now loans, of course, nro sometimes hold up for further investigation, but in mnttors of established credit wo denl vory promptly. UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK SALEM, OREGON. iiif miiif wiiiiiiff iiim ' ' f" 9 I Pianos and Organs ;; Edison, Victor and from the cheapest to the f Co,Un,bia Ta,k-g j best sold on Installments $ MaclllflCS i and rented. A fy s,oo Qf Records i GEO. C. WILL I; GEO. C. WILL i! . . iiisiifi aca-te-t i BiiitatBHi-mats-h ii Sewing Machines ;; Latest Sheet Music j! J Genuine needles, oil and I piano and 0 studies new parts (or all sewing 1 vjoinS( GutarS( I maomnes- """ ma- 1 Mandolins and Banios. V Iih4SrMj J OMIIIUJJ IUIIUU. . C. WILL GEO. C. WILL tiHanif-Knii-n ftiii8i)iaiff m MNOMNE'S 9100,000 HOTEL RAPIDLY CJOIXfi UP "Has anyone soon n $100,000 ho- 1174 I1IIIIIIIIH tllUIIIlll lUIIKVi It ur j longs to Snlom or Eugene" wood- burn Independent. From this It Is Inferred thnt noth ing is doing in rognrd to tho erection nf the now hotol In Eugene. Tli Independent I1 vory much wrong. Should tho editor of that pupor tnke the troublo to visit thu most pro gresslvo city in Oregon ho would find tho concroto bnsomont of tho $100,000 hotel about completed ami nn Inquiry would learn thnt the first payment of the stockholders & due. Guess again, Independent. EiiKene Cunrd. If You Aro Worth 850,000 Don't Rend Tills. advertised in tills pupor nro for sale DR. STONE'S Drug Store Tbo only cash drug store In Oro goB, owes no one, and no ono owes it; carries largo stock; Its shelves, countors and show cases are loaded -with drugs, modlcJnos, notions, toilet articles, winos and liquors of all kinds for modiclnnl purposos. Dt. Stone Is a regular graduate In med icine, and has had mauy years of ex perience in the practice. Consulta tions aro froo. PreacrJptlonB aro ireo, and only regular prices for taedlcine. Dr, Stone can bo found at M drug store, Salem, Or., from 7 in the n-ornlng until 9 at night. grading and graveling with seven inches of giavel, when rolled, as shown lu tho plans nnd specifications adopted by tho common council on tin 21st day of Juno, 1909, and now on Wo in tlio offlco of tho city rocord or, which plant and ' specifications show tho details of tho work, and an estlmato of tho cost, and tho same aro horoby referred to and mado a part of this notlco. Dato of the llrst publication of ths notice 23d day of Juno,' 1909. By order of tho common council. W. A. MOORK8. 6-23-llt . Recorder o Stomach Trouble. Many remarkable euros of stomach troubles hnve beon effected by Cham berlaln's Stomach and Llvor Tablets. One man who Lad spent over two thousand dollars for modlclno and treatmont was cured by a few boxes of thoso tablets. Price, 25 cents. Sampl s free at ull good druggists. STATE IS DENIED . A RE-HEARING Snu Frnncl co, June 25. Tho su premo court today denied tho stnte's petition for a rohoarlng of Its recent doolslon granting Mrs. Emma Lo Doux a now trial on tho charge of having murdored hor common law husband, Albert N, McVlcar. The McVlcar caso was the ono wltluh attracted grent attention on the Pacific coast throo yoars ago. Whothor tho tato will re-try. tho c?se, or drop tho chargos against tho woman Is a matter of conjecture, . o Ulds for FuriiLsliing Supplied for tho Stnto Institution for Feeble Minded. Sealed proposals will bo received, and nro hereby Invited, for furnish ing tho Stato Institution for Feebla Minded with supplies for tho six (C) nionttm ending December 31, 1909, List) of tho required goods will bo furnished upon application to tho superintendent of tho Institution. All bids should bo sealed and marked on the outsldo of the envelope "Did for Supplies for the State Institution far Feeble Minded," and addressed to tho undorsljnod. The bids will be opened In the executive chambers, Snlom Orogon, on Tuesday, July 6. 1909, at 10 a. m.. and tho Board of Trustees reserves the right to reject any nnd nil bids. All goods must be In trlct accordance with the samples and In original packages when pos sible. Goods muct be delivered at the State Institution for Feeble Minded. Datod Salem, Oregon, this lth day of June, 1909. II. E. BICKERS, C-18-to 7-5d Superintendent. This will not Interest you if you nro worth fifty thousand dollars, but If you aro a man of modorato means nnd cannot afford to employ a phy sician when you havo an attack of diarrhoea, you will be pleased to know thnt ono or two dosos of Chamborlnln's Colic, Cholora and Diarrhoea Remedy will euro it. This remedy has beon In uso for many yonrs nnd is thoroughly roliable. Price 25 conts. For solo by all good druggists. The Engine Is the Best All Purpose Engine For Prices Call On Harry P. Chase No. 1 01 Front St. EEE29S Notice to Contrnctors. Notice Is hereby given thnt sealed bids for work and materials required in tho oxtonslon of kitchen of build ing known as dining hall, reshlngllng old portion of 'dining hall, erection of building to be known as amuse mont hall, rasing roof of and re roofing building known n building No, 25, nil situate at the Oregon Stnto Insane Asylum Cottago Farm, near Salem, Orogon, will bo received by tho Bpnrd of Trustees of tho Oregon State Insano Asylum until July 7, 1909, nt 3 p. m., at which hour nil bide will bo opened by tho undersigned at tho executive cham bers, Salem, Orogon, in tho pro?once of tho board. All bids must bo ac companied by certified check in a sum of noi less than ten (10 por cent) per cent of tho amount of tho b'd nnd mado payablo to the under signed, Envolopos containing bids must bo -ealod and marked "Bids for the Improvements at tho Oregon Stato Insano Asylum Cottago Farm," Plans nnd rpclflcntlons mny bo ex nm'ned at tho offlco of Louis R. Ilazeltlne, architect, Murphy build ing, Snlom, Oregon, or at tho execu- i tlvo chambors, State Capitol, Salem, Oregon nids wni be received on each pleco of work oparately and on tho whole. Tho Board of Trus- I toes of tho Oregon State Insano Asy lum reserve tne right to reject any and all bids. Dated at Salem. Oregon, this 23d day of Juno. 1909. O. N. McARTHUR. 6-23-7-6d Clerk of tho Board. Ch1llrn Cry FOR FLETCHER'S O ASTO Rl A Ladies' Waists and Skirts Special Sale Prices We have just received several lines of Ladles Waists and Skirts. We purchased these direct from the manufacturers at extremely low prices. We give our customers the benefit of our bargains. See them and apprec'ate them. $2.50 Silk Mull Fine Embroidered Waists only.$1.25 S3.75 Net Waists only $2.50 $1.25 White Embroidered Waists only 75c Neat White Waists at 50c and 35c Nice Talored White Waists at $1.00 $3.50 Mohair Skirts, silk braid trimming at. ..$2.50 $3.75 Voile Skirts, silk bra'd trimming at $2.75 Millinery at Reduced Prices Ail this season's goods. Our regular prices are far below the average; now you can realize what reduced Prices by us mean. It is certainly a great saving to you ROSTEIN & GREENBAUM 240 and 246 Commercial St j. dti i. 1fe.AsK -v tIP iiiMlimMMMMM