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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1000.
Salem Manufacturing and Jobbing Houses
Below are represented many of Salem's leading manufacturing and jobbing houses. These home Industries should be loyally supported by every Salem citizen. Ask for Salem pro-
, ducts and insist on having them. They are just as good as those shipped in
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::f Salem Flouring J
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:; i vims ia.
! ',t Manufacture
WILD ROSE FLOUR 1
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Ti And carry a full stock of
1 Jlran and Shorts
As
minniitniiiiiiiiim
V
mil iiiniiiiiiiii nm
MONUMENTS
as thoy should bo made I
Til Hill Mill 1 1 HI I II ill mi
ARTISTIC
PERMANENT
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Nono lower In price.
Nono bottor.
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Eppley's
Perfection
Baking
Powder
Known for its quality J
iiiiii niminin 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n
' Electric Tools for Lettering
: ; Salem Garnlte and Marble ;
r works
X . 880 Liberty. W. W. Martin
iiuniiiiini inn iiiiii
Rogers Paper I
Co.
Wholesale
Paper
: 404 Court St., Salem, Or. I
II I I I 1 1 1 I I I I I M I II I I I I 1 1 r
W. W. Zinti
Manufacturer and Jobber
t CANDIES and ICE CREAM
Zlnn's goods nro known Tor I
tlicir purity and flavor.
J Special attention to supplying 4-
parties.
T Phono 215. 1 10 State I
Salem, Or.
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twiimn iii ii mii n m i
Tlircshcrmcii Attention! Now
Is tho tlmo to bring your "
threshing engines to havo thorn '. ',
ropnlred. Do not wait until tho
last day, bb there- may bo some ; ;
ono nhoatl of you. Conic early . .
and avoid the rush. Wo carry '
a full lino of high pressuro '.',
steam gauges, also best Scotch
wa,tor glass. Ropalrs on nuto- ' '
mobiles, marlno and threshing '. '.
onglnos nnd nil farm machinery
a specialty.
E. M. KiailTLTNGER, '.'.
178 South Llborty Stroot
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OREGON SIENNA
J MINERAL PAINT CO.
Manufacturers of and dealers In
faints, Stains, Varnishes,
Tillers, Shellacs and Wall
l'lnts
I M. A .McCorklo, Pros.
W. Y. Richardson, Sec.
SALEM, OR.
n-n I ni n i n n 1 1 1 1 mill'
! H-H-"M-H-
HARRY P. CHASE ::
: Established 1803. '.
Manufacturer and Jobbor
Wind Mills, Pumps and ::
Plumbing Supplies
Special maito motnl nnd wood
tanks and spray pumps.
Phono 34C. 101-113 Front St. '.'.
Salem, Or. ! !
mm m nt it i -H--H-1 1 cm
4ii i 1 1 1 1 ini: i ii i n 1 1 1 ii t
NEW PROCESS OF SAND
PAPERING
Inside finish ready for varnish,
thereby making a great saving
to carpenter nnd builder. In-
qulro nt
J A. M. Hansen's Planing I
Corner Cliurch and Mill
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1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 IIH;
FOR
CLEAN, HEALTHY
NURSERV STOOIC
OF ALL KINDS
THE
J OREGON NURSERY CO. J
LEADS ;
Just rcincnibcr till1?
h-hii ii mi ii iiiiii i in
VOGET LUMBER & FUEL
COMPANY
Duilders nnd manufacturers of
rough and dressed lumber, as
woll ns nil kinds of mill work.
Dcnlors In
I1U1LDINO MATERIAL
WOOD AND COAL
Houses built nnd sold at rea
sonable terms.
Office and Yard S. 11th nnd
Oak. Phono 108.
f l6ll ff I g I !
PI FP.TRin
j FIXTURE & SUPPLY CO. I
X Salesroom 425 Court St.
Fnctory Llborty Stroot
I Designer and Manufacturers
X of Gas and Electric Lighting X
Fixtures.
Wholesale and Retail
WE Polish nutomobllo parts,
brass kotilcs, otc. Rebuild
and roflnlsh old fixtures. Hard
wnro and metal ornnmonts ro-
platcd. Patronize a Home
Industry. A Salem Fnctory. 9
TWw 1IVIVIVI1IVIIIVIVIUI IT
SUGGESTIVE QUESTIONS ON THE SUNDAY SCHOOL
LESSON BY REV. DR. LNSCOTT FOR THE
INTERNATIONAL NEWSPAPER BIBLE STUDY CLUB.
(Copyright, 1008, by Rev. T. S. Llnscott, D. D. )
Juno 87, 11)00.
Tompornnco Lesson. Rout. xili:8-14
Ooldon Toxt Put yo on tho Lord
Jesus Christ. Rom. xlll:14.
Vorso 8. Is it always slntml to
go Into debt, when you havo no vis
Iblo means of paying It?
Is Is right, or wrong, to go Into
aout when you havo nothing to pay
with, If your crodltor knows your
clrcumotancosT
Is a business man who bns houost
ly fallod In business nnd given up
all ha hns to his creditors, under
mornl obligation to pay tho balanco
of tho dobt, If ho makes enough
monoy to do so out of future bust-
HOBS?
Unilor moilorn lnHnoss conditions,
and tho Inw of lovo and rlghtcoiiB
noHB, whon wholosnlors soil on tlmo,
or gtvo an ndcniiato discount for
cash to retailors, why aro not tho
dobts of an hono't bankrupt rotnllcr,
tno logltimnto 1083 of his creditors In
common with hlmsolt?
Whoroln consists tho folly and
sin of n wngo-wirnor In constant
work, gottlng Into dobt?
Is It tho duty of everybody to lovo
uvorybody, tho bnd and the good,
enoniloH nnd friends?
What Is tho ndvnntnge of loving
ovorybody, to ourselves, and to
those whom wo lovo?
Vnx'H IMU. Give reasons, out
ltlt of Iho Illblo, that will cover nil
clrciuiiHtniUH'N, jvliy It In always
m-oiur to dlHOlxy these lUo moral
prohibit loiiH. (This iiiicstloit uumt
ho iinmvoivtl In writing liy nii'mlici-s
of the club.)
Must nil such ants, as nro here
forblddon, contrnvono tho law of
lovo to mnko them sinful; for uxnin
plo, If you had to kill n man who
wns about o kill ono of your loved
oiios. would (lint bo Infill?
Can an act bo wrong that works
out for tho good of all parties?
versos U-12 If you know
had to dlo Inside- of a mouth
friends and nolghbors to know?
Does tho popular consclonco gen
erally or always represent God's
nttlludo to a thing; or aro thoro
somo things God may bo pleased with
which tho community would con
demn ns wrong, or vico versa?
How I? it that bar rooms nro gon
orally screoned off from tho public
gnzo?
Why Is It n crlmo for a man to got
drunk?
Why do most drunkards got
drunk in tho night, or away from
public gazo?
Docs tho drink habit gonornlly
lead to thu othor four gravo ovlls
mentioned In voro thirteen?
Verso 14. What Is tho suro rom
ody for tho drink habit, nnd nil kin
dred ovlls of tho flesh?
Does putting on Jesus, nlwayii
monn putting on strength 40 wo can
control nil tho passions of tho body,
nnd tho ambitions of tho soul?
LosHon for Snmdny July 4, 1000:
Paul's Second MliBlonnry Journoy.
Antloch to Phlllppl. Acts xv:3G to
xvl:15.
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OOOOOOOOO
CHURCH SERVICES
OOOOOOOOO
Unity Church (Unitarian).
Corner of Cottago and Ghcmokota
stroetH. Paul Dandy, minister. Resi
dence 273 North High "troot. Wor
ship with sornion nt 11 o'clock. Rov.
Kdwlu Tmioh will dollvor the ser
mon. Subject: Tho Spiritual Vis
Ion. All nro cordially invltod to at
tend this sorvlco and to tako part
In tho worship.
St. Paul's Church.
Chomokotti and Church strode.
Rov. Harr O. Loo, rector. Third Sun
day after Trinity. Uiual services
ut 7:30 rnd 11 a. 111 and 7:30 p. in.
you Sunday school. 10 a. in. All aro wel-
whnt noma.
offoct would thnt havo upon your In-
tontlons and aotlons, ho far r Qod W. V. T, U.
U concornod; nnd if It would change Rev. O. D. Stlllman, paitor of tho
those In tho loast. does that not Control Congregational church, will
provo that you nro now living wrong address tho Gopol Tompornnco meet
nud uro In dangor? . iK tomorrow afternoon nt 3 o'clock.
Most peoplo nro morally hiu! iplr-' Subject. "Chii Cliristlnnlty bo Sav
Itunlly asleep, nnd many ar,. fr Into' ml?" Ht.ll corner of Forry and
tno nigut; what nro the conditions Coinmirclnl stroels. A oordlnl In-
tor will pr nch on tho thomo "For
Drnss, Gold." At 8 p. m. tho choir
will Blug "Lord, Thy Glory Fills tho
Honvoiu" nnd "Savior, Whon Night
Involves tho Skies." Subject of
sormen: Splendors to bo Unrolled.
Ulblo school nt 12; Epworth Lcaguo
at 7. All aro cordially Invited.
tfvnngcllml Association.
Cornor 17th nnd Chomekota Sts
II. C. Dakor, paBtor. Sunday cchool
at 10 a. in.; morning sorvlco at 11
a, in.; Young People's Alllauco at
7 p. in.; ovonlng sorvlco at 8. sprayer
mooting, Thursday evening at 8.
First Pivsbytorlun Church.
Cliurch street near Chomokota.
Rov. Henry T. Dabcock, pastor.
Morning sorvlco, 11 o'clock; preach
ing by tho pnstor; thomo, "Tho Gift
of tho Holy Spirit." Acts 19:1-2.
Solo, Miss Prior, "In Hcavonly Lovo
Abiding," by Vnnunh. Quartotto,
"Tho Lord Is My Shophord," by Do
11101601. HVUI1I113 orvico, 8 o'clock.
Spcclnl music by choir and orchos-
tra. Preaching by tho pnstor.
Thomo, "Hoavon." Solo, Mr. Sny-
dor, "The Holy City," by Adams.
Quartotto, "Thoro Is n Holy City,"
by Sholloy. Quartotto, "Thorn's a
Deaullfiil Country," by Parks. Or
chestra, "Bright Star of Hoavon,"
by Groig. Orchostrn, "Angol'i Sor-
onndo," by nrnga. Sunday school nt
10 a. 111.; Junior Christian Endeavor
ut C p. m.; Sonlor Chrlotlnn Endeav
or nt 7 p. 111. Preparatory locturo,
Thursdny at 8 p. m. Publls cor
dlclly Invited to nil of thoso ser
vices. . o
Japanese. Within tho last month
sovornl of tho finest orchards In
this vicinity havo boon takoti ovor on
long torm leasee by Jnpancso orchard
tats, and tl.o successful policy of ex
clusion to Asiatic groworo, followed
In this section for yeare, has been
shattered.
Yesterday Chariot Wilbur, ownor
of 0110 of thr most productive or
chards In tho county, wns approachod
with a tempting offer for a long leaso
of his property. Tho mon who mado
tho proposition woro Japanese who
trnvoled In a luxurious touring car.
and announced that thoy had boon
succo'sful in Requiring, for a porlod
of Bovoral years, irevaral of tho finest
orchards of tho county.
KILLED BY WAGON
AS WAS HIS FATHER
(United Press Censed VIr
Now Wcslm'nctcr, D. C, Juno 20.
Frank Dowcll, a promliiont young
man of thlc city, Is dead today as a
result or injip'"' ho sustnlned yos
torday, whon ho wns run ovor by his
own wagon.
A peculiar coincidence of tho trag
edy Is found in tho fact thnt a year;
ngo uowou-j rat nor was killed in tho
saino mannor, and by tho running
nway of t'io ermo team of horsos.
Notice to Contractors.
Scaled bld-J Trill bo rocolved by tho
Doard of Capitol Building Commls
slonor3, at tho exocutivo chnmbors,
Salem, Oregon, until July G, 1900,
at 1 o'clock p. m., at which hour all
bldB will bo oponod by tho undor
slgncd for tho Installation of tilo
floors, gonoral ropalro In and about
tho capltol building and concr'oto
ways nnd wnlko. Contractors may
bid separately upon tho tiling ropalrs
and concroto work. All bids must bo
accorapanlod by a oortiflod check in
tho oum of at loast ton (10) por
cont of thu amount of tho bid; raid
chock to bo mado payable to tho un
dorslguod nu a guarantee that the
contractor will furnish an approvod
bond within flvo days aftor tho award
ing of tho contract Envolopos con
taining bids muU bo marked "Bids
for Repairs to C&ritol Building."
Plans may bo soon tt tho oxccutlvo
chambers, Salem, Oiogon, and at tho
ofllco of Bonnou, Hendricks & Thomp
son, Poitland, Oiogon. Tho Board
of Crpltol Building Commlsslonors
rosorvo tl.o rlht to roject, any or all
bids.
Datod at Salem, Orogon, this 17th
day of Juno, 1909.
G. N. McARTHUR,
C-187t Clork of tho Board.
Notlco of Street Assessment.
Notlco Is hereby glvon that tho
common council of tho city of Salem,
Oregon, will on or about 8 o'clock p.
m., on tho twonty-olghth day of Juno,
at tho common council chambors at
Salem, Orogon, prococd to usbobs up
on each lot or parcol of land llablo
therefor Its proportionate sharo of
tho cost of Improving Kenrnoy strcot,
In tho city of Salem, Orogon, by
grading nnd graveling tho samo be
tween tho cast lino of Commercial
stroot nnd tho west lino of High
stroot, In said city.
'All porsons Interested in Bald as
"ossmont shall appear at said
tlmo boforo said common coun
cil and prosont objections, it
nny thoy havo, to said ns
sossmemnt, or lllo tho samo with tho
rocordor within tho following flvo
days, and apply to raid common coun
ell within flvo clays from said dato
for tho prlvlloge, if thoy bo doslro, to
mako Baid Improvement, In llou of
tholr assessment.
Dato of tho first publication of this
notlco 23d day of Juno, 1909.
W. A. MOORES.
C-23-3t - 1 Rocordor.
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It's certainly words for thought
whon you nro mndo to eat your own
words.
whtoh should suddoiilv startle Mich
into full cniuulouBiiosa. as to their
danger, and their duty?
Vorso 13. How It that tho
night Is tho tlmo solocted for so
ninny bad doeds?
vltatlon to all.
Ifll-Nt
At
ch)lr
tnl
MolltotlUt Episcopal Church.
10:30 public worshlif Tho
will render "Unfold Yo Pov
HARRIMAN DOCTORS
GETTING ALARMED
United Press Leased Wire.
Vloniif., J urn.- 20. Profostor
S'lvumpoll, nn ompluont specialist, of
this cPy, today Id on hi- way to
Somnierlng, tho mountain health re
sort, vhc-o 13. H Harrimau Is stay
ing, for a cciiHiiUntlou with tho phy
sicians win, nro attending tho rail
road ningiif.lo. According to reports
that have boon brought to this city,
Hurrlmnn' condition 'n inoro sorloiiB
thnn Is KO-ornlly known, nnd his
phyulclKiu Imvo oxhtbted signs of
nnxioty.
Tho pocullnr stiffening and contrac
tions of th splnc.1 nuisclo', which
ciMised IUrrlmau muoh palu and wor
ry durln; his ocon voyago, aro lit
tle improved. The physlolniu hellovo
that, while his condition cannot be
cured coniplotely. It csn be relieved.
Harrlmnn u submitting to a uccoe
nlon of olvc'rlcHl nnd cold wntor
tioatmout', i'.t Sommoi-lng
JAPANESE TAKING
CALIFORNIA ORCHARDS
Yuba City, Cnl., Juno 26. Orch-i
G. A. R. MAN ROASTS
UNCLE SAMUEL
by Gounod A nunrtet will nrdlsts of Suitor pnnntv nrn muoh
Should n man evr do n thing I sing "Nonror My God to Thoo." Mu- alarmod nt the rapid Inroad being
wiiloli ho is P'lmnioJ for his host s'c by Prof Mondonhnll. Tho pas-'mado In tholr Hold of business by
United Press Leased Wire.
OuKlnnd, Cnl.. Juno 20. Captain
W. It. Thomas, loading Grand Army
man nnd formor mayor of Oakland,
Is proparlug u communication to Com
mander Datibonspeck of tho Califor
nia G. A. R., which will volco tho
Bontlmouts or tho old soldiers of tho
buy rognrdlng tho trontmont recolved
by the Inmates of tho voterans' homo
ut Sawtollo.
Thomas Is not backward In express
ing his Indignation ut tho trontment
given by tho nation to tho men who
.ought to prevent Its dissolution. Ho
Hiild teday:
"It's u burning shnmo that tho old
oldlers ut tho Sawtollo homo nro com
pelled to oat broad of charity and llvo
on food solicited by tho womon of tho
rollof corps of Los Angolos. It's n
disgrace to tho American nation.
"The rocords show thnt tho old
soldiers nro dying nt a rato of 2500
n month. 80011 thqy will nil be gone,
nnd now Is tho tlmo to show somo
uppreclntlou to tho Invaluable serv
ices thoy rondored."
Loonl posts are considering taking
up tho matter with Washington,
n
Somo fools and tholr pionoy are
partod only by death.
Peoplo who aro always picking
loiu got but llttlo meat.
o .
Grilldron Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
O ASTO R I A
Salem Auto Garage
Salem Agency for the Celebrated
. MAXWELL
The Machine That Has Made This Garage Pamous
DO.VT SPOIL YOUR RIDE OX
THE FOURTH
bj taking out your auto with
out everything you may need.
Do wlso nnd have us equip you
with anything from an extra
tiro to a sot of oxtrn parts. Wo
havo tho latost horns, tho
brightost lamps. In fact thoro
is nothing nn nuto neods that
cannot be had right hero and
nt rensonablo prlcos.
LATEST THINGS IN SUPPLIES
The Gordon Easy-on-Tire Cover.
Glass Front Wind Shields in stock.
Inner Tube Bags and Spark Plugs.
J. F. PRIEHS, Mgr.
STjVTE STREET, NEAR HOARD OP TRADE
PHONE 518(1 SALEM, OREGON
There's a Top Rung in Every Ladder
Among the retail lumber yards in Oregon south of Portland ours is easily at the top. By this we mean we have the Largest Stock, the Best Grades, the Fairest Price List, Prompt
est Delivery, and give our customers the best all-round treatment.
Spaulding Logging Co
YARD ON FRONT TREET
TEAM ENTRANCE ON FERRY TREET
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