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DAILY 0A11TAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, AUGUST 20, 1009.
BUILDING ITS OWN RAILROADS Coos Bay Believes in Motto "If You want a Thing Done, Go, If Not, Send," So It Goes. Tho Const Mail has the following railroad stories; 0. A. Slgnalucss of Koscburg, 0 N. Johnson of Duluth, Minn., Sena tor E. J Swcdback of Minneapolis, and O. C. Sothor,. ofilcors of tho Crawford Point Land company, aro In Marshfleld to look aftor their In terests and attend tho dovolopmont congress. Tomorrow they will hold their animal business meeting for both companies at tho secretary's residence In Cooston. N. F. Throne, tho sccretnry, arrived in today from Ilosoburg, where ho has boon for several weeks. Theso two compa nies own between eight and nine hundred ncrcs of tho moat favorably Bituatcd land on tho east sldo of tho bay and linvo sold oft qulto a por tion of their original holdings. They havo so mo flno waterfront Mr. Slgnalncss stated that ho is greatly interested in tho railroad sur vey that Is being mndo from Oakland thlB way. Tho surveyors havo worked over several routes ulnco striking tho mountains nnd havo ac quired considerable right-of-way in H Quality In Drugs Tho supremo point about tho lied Cross I'hnrmacy Is their reliable quality. Our business isn't guesswork any nioro thnn your cooking is guesswork. Wo know for n certainty that our drugs aro of tho very best qual ity bofore over wo lot them on tor our Btoro. Wo havo found that thoso aro tho kind of drugs most people want. Don't get tho Idea that high quality makos tho prlcos high for it ilnnHii'f. Lot us fill your preoptions. Wo can do it right. a I Red Cross Pharmacy JERMAN & WARD, Props. Douglas county, in tho vicinity of Colos valley. Several crows have boen wen on the property on the oast sldo of Coos bay nnd Mr. Slgnal ncss bolievos tho company Is looking for tormlnnls on that sldo. This sur vey Is ono that Is shrouded In most mystery and nobody has yet got a line on tho company's Intentions. Steve Hondcrson, tho Dnndon booster and railroad promotor, who o In the city, says tho railroad com pany which was recently organized at llnndon Is no fairy arrangoment, but the real thing. Ho says tho com pany will be grading their railroad from Bnndon to Port Orford within twenty days and that they have sul flclont funds to build through to Langlols. His associates havo not asked for a cont of money, but peo plo have voluntcored bo freely that tho fund Is already availablo and will bo put Into circulation right away, orfeiiugs aro In sight that will guarantco completion of tho road as far ns tho Sixes river, about eight miles from Port Orford, and whon tho road is built that far other funds can easily be obtained. This company Is not nil led with any of tho big railroad companies, accord ing to Henderson, but recognizes tho vnluo of Biich a road and thus will build It. Thcro Is all kinds of busi ness for a railroad In that section, and tho timber Is tho principal re source for a road, Tlioro nro' farm and other products to ho transported and a road would open up a great territory to tho southward, o Baby Morplilno Fiends Aro made by all soothing syrups nnd baby modiclnos that contain opium and narcotics. McQoo's Baby Elixir contains no injurious or nar cotic drugs of any kind. A suro and safe euro for disordered stomachs, bowols and frotfulnoss. Splendid for toothing infanta. Sold by all drug gists. o Citizens of Harrlsburg aro watch ing tho Wlllamotto river with deep Interest theso days and wondering how long tholr city will bo a river port. Threatened changes In the chnnncl mnko It not nt all unlikely that tho stream will return to its former course in tho nonr future, and in that ovent Harrlsburg will bo about half u mllo from tho river to tho east. Wlint Is Host for fndfgostion? Mr. A. Robinson, of Drumquln, Ontario, has boon troubled for years with Indigestion, and recommended Chamberlain's Stomach and Ltver Tablets as "tho best modlclno I ever used." If troubled with Indigestion or constipation give them & trial. They aro easy to take and pleasant In offoct. Prico, 2Cc. Samples free at all good druggists, o Albort WoUs, ono of a family of oloven children, was Instantly killed a week ago by soma loose and rotten plnnks on a Wilson river bridge, tipping undor his horao and sliding thorn both down a gulch Tho horse, a' honvy 1400-pound farm animal, falling on top of tho young man nnd killing him Instantly. For Indlgostlon an all stomach troublo tako Foloy'a Orlno Laxative a it stimulates tho stomach and liv er and regulates tho bowels and will positively euro habitual constipation. For sale by J. 0. Perry. SHOULD NOT OPERATE RAILROAD Dickinson Says Panama Road Should Run in Interest of Railroads, Not Those of the People. ItJnlttd I'rtis Leaied Wlre.l San Francisco, Aug. 23. Accord ing to tho statements of Bernard Uaker, published In tho Call today, Prosldent Taft nnd Secretary of War Dickinson are nt outs regarding tho freight tariffs to bo charged on tho Panama rnllroad and tho mannor in which the road Is to bo run. According to Baker, who was a former commissioner appointed by the president to Invcstlgnto transpor tation conditions on tho Isthmus, Taft Is In favor of tho federal government operating the fanama rnllroad In conjunction with privately owned steamship lines regnrdless of tho ef fect It will have on transcontinental railroads. Dlcklntson, so Bnker stntcd, holds the opinion that tho railway ncross tne isthmus should not compoto with tho ovorland lines. Baker quoted from a letter by William Whcolor of ban Franolsco, who formerly Was as sistant secretary of commorce nnd labor, which said: "President Tnft expressed hlmsolf as heartily in favor of tho govern ment oporntlng tho Panama rnllroud lu connection with the prlvntoly own ed steamship lines, nnd to uso his own phrnso, 'regardless of what ef fect such operation might havo upon transcontinental railways.' "On May 1," said Baker, "I mot Hon. Jncob Dickinson. Ho stated mat he thought the govornmont had no right to use the Panama rnllroad In competition with transcontinental railroads, nnd furthor, that ho .thought no secretary of war would .have tho right to do it, and that it should only he done by congress." SHE WILL PROSECUTE AUTO MANIACS Utlcn, N. Y Aug. 23. Mrs. Wil liam Matthews of Marcy Is ivufforlng from nn injury to her leg today which tho Bustalnetl by bolng thrown from tho seat of her carriage yes terday when a speeding automobile struck tho wheel of tho vohlclo and overturned it. It Is be) loved that tho men lu tho machine wore mllltla momboro who nro bearing dispatches from Now York to the oommnndunt of tho pro sldlo nt San Franolsco. Mrs. Matthows declared today that she will causo tho arrest of tho nutolsts even It she has to pursue them to tho Pnqlflo Coast. Following tho nccldent Mra. Mat thows. telephoned to Itomo, N, Y., for tho officers to arrest tho Bpeed orB, but by the time thoy rocolvod hr moBtmgo tho mon hnd passed. At Rome tho men stated that they wero making a record dash to San ( Francisco carrying dlspatchos from New York White House" Shoes for Men and Women Don't experiment with unknown brands of shoes that you are going to wear dur ing the rainy season. Every pair of our shoes is built of absolutely .solid leather, and is intended to give satisfactory service. The Star-5-Star brand has stood the test for seventeen years in Salem. That's why our customers have confidence in theni. That's why we carry a larger stock and sell more shoes than most shoe stores. Let us show the new Fall styles in dress shoes. Our assortment is complete. "Buster Brown Blue Ribbon Shoes for children wear longer than ordinary shoes, and they arc made on correct fitting stylish lasts. Have You Seen Our Display of NOVELTY fALL DRESS GOODS in all the new Shadings? THOSE NEW WAISTING SILKS match the new dress goods colors perfectly WE UNDERSELL REGULAR STORES SOME RATHER STRANGE INJURIES An oxchango, in glancing ovor tho papers, has dlscovorod a numbor of cusoh wboro peoplo havo boen injured In various parts of tho anatomy. Hero aro a fow cases clted: Whllo Miss Poarl Klnsmoro of East Wind, Ind., was coming down stairs Tues day sho slipped and burlsod horsolf on tho landing. Amos Mittleby of Woolpost, Kan., whllo harnessing a fractious horso was kicked Just south of tho corn crib; ho is ablo to bo out again. Whllo Harold Croon of Deulah, MIbb., was oeoortlng Miss Violet Goof homo from a church so ciable Saturday night a savago (log -ot upon thorn and bit Miss Goof four tlmoH on tho publlo square. Joseph Tiutt .of Qrlramelsburg, Iowa, cllmbod on tho roof of his house last wook to find a loak and foil striking on his bnck porch, causing serious Injurloa. salau Trimmer of Dol bory, Nob., wob playing with, a cat Friday whbn tho animal scratched him on tho verandah. . o r Furmor near Salem sold 3000 biiBhols of oats at 45 cents a bushol not. . o ItevolU at Cold Steel. "Your only hope," said three doe tors to Mrs. M. E. Fisher, of Detroit, Mich, Buffering from lovero rectal troublo, "llos in an operation. Then I used Dr. King's New Life Pills," sho writes, "till wholly curod." They prevent appondlcltles, cures consti pation, headache. 26c at J. C. Perry Only ono thrcohlng niachlno ha boon blown up by smut in Umatilla county thia. year less thnn usual. o Cholera Infantum Cured. "Something llko two year ago my baby, which was then about a yoar old, was taken sorlously ill with cbolora infantum, vomiting and purging profusely," writes J. F. Dempsoy, of Dempsey, Ala. "I did what I could to relieve hor, but did her no good, and bolng very much alarmed about her wont for a phy sician, buc fulled to And one, io came back by Eldor Bros. & Carter's store and Mr. Eldor rocommendod Cham borlaln'n Colic, Cholera and Diarr hoea Romody, I procured a bottle of it, wont homo as quickly as pos sible and gave tho baby n dose of the remdy. It relloved her in flr tcon mtuiutes and soon cured her en tlroly," For alo by nil good druggists Dress Headquarters for Salem Women FRAKE'S Dress Headquarters for Salem Women Announcement Our Store is closed on account of moving to our new location, 277 Commercial Street, where we will open September 1 with the swellest line of Ladies' Suits and Coats, Millinery, Hair Goods, Etc., ever shown in Salem. Everything will be new-New Store, New Goods, New Fixtures. Prepare to call on us SEPTEMBER 1. 277 Commercial MISS M. D. EVANS Telephone 342 SALEM MANAGER