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DAILH CAPITAL JOUItNAL, SALEM, OKSGON, Tt'KHIUl, AUGUST 21, 100B.
3 A Squaro Deal Is assure! yivi u n, n yon buy Dr. Plerce'a family nv. I to in,. for all tho Ingredi ents cut' i-liig Into them aro printed on tho boUfcwrn poors and tholr formulas aroatte tod Under oath as being com '"to and correct. You know Just what you are paying for and that tho Ingredients aro gathered from Nature's laboratory, being selected from tho moot valuable native medicinal roots found growing fn our Amorlcan forests and while potent to euro aro perfectly harmless oven to tho most, dnlleate women and children. Not a drop of alcohol miters Into their composition. A p. "i. ,i belter agent I used both for ex traetiiiK nud preserving tho medicinal principle iipiI In them, vl. pure triple ruIliH'd k'ci i. ThN agent pwso-so-Intrlnsic medicinal proport.exof Its own, bolnga mot valuable untbnptlc and antl foment, nutritive and soothing demul COIl'.. tllveerlno playo an Important part In Dr. I'lercoV Oolilen Medical UHcocryln tho euro uf Indigestion, dysK'tml: and wpkiU tuomarh. attended by sour rising-, heart-burn, foul un-.ith coated tongue, poor npiicdte. Rtiauric u-cling n Um acli, blllousuesj unci kindred dcrar.u nieuta of tho stomach, liver and bowels. ltesldosiitirlng all tho above distressing allmciits.tbol,Unldcn McdlcO Dlscoverv Is a spectllo for all dlsciscs of tho iiiiioou? mom .runes, as catarrh, whothcr of tho mi a I parages or of tho stomach, imwcj or pelvic orsiiti. Even In lis ulcerative jtages It will yield to this sovereign rom edy If Ita no bn persevered In. In Chronic "atarrh of the Naul passages. It Is vi M. while tul.'lng the "Uoldcn Medical I' t covcry for itm necessary constltuilon.il treatment, to etcaiifo tho pasa?e.s free! two or three limes a day with l)r bajte 1 Catarrh Uumedy. This thorough couro of treatment, generally cures tho worst cases. In cougha and Iwarsenots caused by bron chial, th mat and luiu; affection, except mn" umpllon In IN advanced tlitci. Ilm "llolden Medical Discovery" Is a moat eniclcut rem edy.' ospoclally In thoHO obitlnntei li&nir-uii cougha caused by Irritation and coiiift'stKm ol tho bronchial raucous membranes TIio " 1H coreryli not noiroort for acuta couch arts lag from sudden cold, nor must It bo ex pected to cure consumption hi ita advanced atagci no medlrlno will do thatbut for all the obstinate, chronic cough, which. If nesr lectod. or bmlly netted, load i utoronsumn lou.lllUi l,t mdlcln that can ba taken. i WHITE HOUSE J $ RESTAURANT I For Tcgiilnr i 25c Dinner at 20c 1 They en n't bo bent. i McGILCHRIST & SON ij Proprietors e-HM-a-Hi-Mee-t-a9-te Jfl FRENCH FEMALE PILLS. A Sin, Cut, la Iliutr h Pmuai, Miutisim, NtVtR KNOWN TO rill. '' i tftrlr S.ll.. Mcllou (luirAblMd er klun.v ll.ftiiid.l- K..I ...a...... 011.00 Mr tvi. Wl.ltL4la(Usllll,WlNll4to, nMtml. (mrlcOw, irjmrtfrai(lj(OMiM( ht then n4 ;ni wActt it tbe I UWITCDMtDICLCO..noT4. UHMlin . mmmmmmmmmmmmmaamtm Sold in Salem by Dr. S. C. Stun a A GOOD PLAYER Is nlv uvb (lartlculai about tho musi cal Ins lent used. Hut oven tho most critical inn find no fault with the Instiumeiits sold hero. Co mo In and try your special favorite Note the tone and volume, tho flno finish, the beautiful harmony. Your first visit will not bo your last, wo feel coi.fldent. L, l SAVAGK, "17 Commercial St. Salem, Or. FP Fire Proof Fool Proof In considering making your own light, or rooking, why not consider , tho F. P. Gas Machlno and Stub- ', hers Light. Will pell and Install this machine J . . and guarantee It to give 100 per cent moro light for the same inonoy than olectrlclty or city gas. Let me Hguro with you. estimates furnished. Call at my shop and see the lights V acd stovea In operation, I also cyry I'YRO DKNATUKXD Y ALCOHOL nUlltlefl. Safe, ecoftoml. cal, odorieaa. A. L FRASER rttOHT I HA AVI Htate Kt, GoM Dust Flour Made by the SYDNEY POWER COMPANY, Sydney, Oregon. Made for Family Use. Ask your grocer for It. Bran mill Shorts always on hand. P. B. WALLACE, Agt. AMONG THE SEPTEMBER MAGAZINES l OrK, Crime in London mid In Neu It Is impossible for any London newspaper to exploit crimes ns Is dono In New York. It would bo Im possible for anyone to say how many burglaries woro committed In London last week, how many pockota wore, picked, bow many swindles, or whetlt or crlmo Is moro prevalent now than It was this tlmo last year. Tho lend ing daily nowspapors including tho Times, give the proceedings of tho police courts n very prominent place, Betectlng the cases of gonernl interest nnd reporting tho proceedings with out comment. The London police told mo thnt there is Just about tho amount of crlmo In London that would bo normnl to a popuatlon so largo and whero thoro Is so much wentth and such an army of strang ers. From other sources I was told that a number of mysterious crimes, including murder, go undotcctcd, though tho number is fnr bolow that in Now York. From William Mo Adoo's "Tho London Police from a Now York Point of View" In tho Sep tember Century. The September American Magazine. "Hill rignlnst Harrlmnn The Story of tho Ton Yonrs' Strugglo for tho Ilniroad SupreniHcy of tho Wast" is the leading feature of tho Septumbor American Magazine. It's author, George II. Cushlng, says "Hill linn worked in the tomorrow nf thing. Ilarrlman today. Hill bus won by projecting an I lie nhirnd of him and working up to It. Hafrlmun thinks In present profit and crushes through opposition with the woiglit of his flnnuclal support. Hill's 1h the suc cess of brain; Ilanimnn's of money nnd organization." The article gives a surprising Blimps Into tho usldo workings of great railroad duals. High grade Motion Is contributed by Inez Waynes Gillmore, Mrs. L. H. Hurrls. Fielding Hall nnd Jninoa Op penhelm, whllo imei'wtlng roatllng Is offered In "A Sorgonnt on the Ser vant Problem." "Mnrgnrltn's Soul." "Tho Pilgrim's Scrip." nnd "In (he Interpreter's House." n Important editorial aunouano- meut Is mndo In tins issue oi mo i Amerlenu Mngnzfuc which will awnk- en much curiosity and Ilvoly Intorost In tho October nnd succeeding Issues. Tho Prlco of Ignorance. About tho tenth of last July 209 cars of p'eTtches reached Now York market and more than a hundred fruit cars camo Tn tho next day. Two things happened. Porhaps 150 cars, sold for barely enough to pay trans portation charges, and tons of J peaches woro dumped Into tho bay I by order of tho Now York board of . . ,. - ' ' ,, , . , .. . iv yiuo viiu uui ii-Bi tur ma uuui and Clio speoulator. Ho picked uji tho chorrtist fFnlt by tho carload 111 IHUDL III9UIUW9 IUr JUBb UI1UUBU , In nn ttn nnrft r f sn ahnriraa fpAtn ' ' ,""" """ "" Georgia reshlpped them to his own market and sold thorn for a good . price. In thoso smaller mafkets, re- ' mote from "Now York thby woro short of poachos. and eager to pay ; good prices for them. But this the dlstnnt grower did not know. Lack of organization, .of Intelligent co- oporatlon on the part of the growers wrought tholr own destruction. Tholr orohard toll was moro mis- spent than tho strength of Samson win shook the temple pillars nnd brought the ruins down upon his own back! Tho advantago which tho buyers in romote mnrkots took of "tho New York peach glut was a leg- Itlmate one." Forrest Crlssey, In the September Everybody's. TIfcs September St. Nlclioln. If, month after month, little com- ment Is mado upon the choice qua!- Ifv nf 4ti mn- Itti.alrotlnna (n Df " v "" """' -- - Tior any case mat it falls to cure, J. Nicnoias, it is became babliuaurea- dors of the magazine have grown used to their uniformly high stand- ard and' their educational and artls- tlo value. But each month s a treasure house of fine pictures In the September issue full page repro- ductlons of Arthur X Elsloy's paint Ing, "Who Speaks First," and- Ar thur T. Merrick's "Coming In on the Flood-tide;" and reproductions of Paul Potter's "Young Bull," Gerard Tor Borch's "Portrait of a Little Dutch Girl," Adrlaan Van Ostado's "K'rmess." Jan Steen's "A Mena- gerlo" and "The Feast of St. Nlcbo- las,' and Franz Hal's "The Jolly Man" these last Ave Illustrating Mr Coffin's Interesting and valuable "The Story of Dutch Pa'ntlnK." The SeorcliMglit and the Alrsliip. In a lecture by Col. F. G. Stone beforo tho Royal United Service In stitution of Great Britain ho declar ed thnt locating and keeping aerial craft illuminated by the aid of fnrchllghts will bo a difllcult prob lem in tho warfare of the .future, becauso of their cxtrenio mobility. Tnstond of solitary searchlights hero and there," raid Col. Stone, i "there wll havo to be one skyward 1 b'nze of light nfrom nil ovor tho j nrea of danger. Tho aeronaut, i Kllrtftml liv flin nnnHniinuq olnrn nnd himsolf visible to all tho dofondors bolow, will havo to fly to tho edge of tho shining DnUle field, thoro to bo sought out by single searchlights and followod by sholls from tho guns below." From Popular Mechanics for September. ICeepIn Up Ills Reputation. A friend, who lived in another ctly, had repeatedly promised our children .one of his Ann dogs, which, a9 ho novcr lost an opportunity to romnrk, had an unusually long pedi gree One day, aB I was returning homo, tho children ran to meet mo and one of thorn cried, "Oh, sister, Mr. It has sont tho dog, Do como back to tho stablo to sco It. It has tho longest pedigree nnd it Just wags It too cuto." Tho Delineator for September. o Proposals for Furnishing Supplies for (ho Oregon School for Deaf Mutes. Proposals for furnishing suppllot to tho Oregon School tor Deaf Mutes for tho torm ending Docombcr 31, 1909, will bo received at tho ofllco of the superintendent till Wodnos dny noon. Soptembor 1. All bids must be signed by bidder, state unit prlco, and bo oxtendod far qunntlty. Tho right la reserved to reject any or all bids In wholo or In part. Quality being oqunl. preference will bo given goods of Oregon manufacture: 500 pounds fliimw white bonus. 10 dozon canned corn. 15 dozen gallons tomatoes. 3000 pounds dry granulatod sugnr, enno. 30 barrels flour. 2 tons bran. S dozon oysters (sample) 100 pounds drcd peachos. 300 pounds Italian prunes In 50 pound boxoj. 50 gallons vinegar. 1000 pounds salt, F. L. In 100 pound sacku. 3 dozen Znn Brothers' brooms, 'o. 1. 7 casos Pyramid washing powdor. 7 casos Ivory, large cakos. S casos Sllvor gloss starch. SO pounds baking powdor, Schil ling's. 5 cases toilet papor. 200 pounds poffoe. 200 pounds Orogon full cream choose. 000 pounds cream rolled oats. For blank forms and additional complotc list of minor grocorles, . s nnd lard, hardwaro nn4 ',,, , ..,,., . . school room suppllos, apply to B. S. TILUNQHA8T, 8,jc . " ' Superlntondant. Sopt 1. o hundred Ramboullott year- t,-,,- iing sheop wero sold at Dayton, WnBh nt l2 a hond $100 Rennu4 Tho readers of M v'll be pieasod to learn that there is at loast one dreaded disease that sclonco has been ablo to euro In all Its stages, and that Is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is tho only positive euro now known to the medical fratornltv. Catarrh being a constitutional dls- on0 requires a constitutional troat- inont. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroy ng the foun- dation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up tho constitution and assisting nature In dolns ,ts vorJc The propretorB haT0 B0 much faUh j ltI curatT0 powers that thoy offer one hundred dollara1 . ..... .. '' 3end for list of tcstlmouialsj Address, y. J. CHBMBY, Toledo O. gold by druggists, 75c. Take HaU.f Karal'ly Pills for con stlpatlon. 0 The hot wave over the entire southwest has been broken by cool-' ing breezes and thunder showers. I 0 i No matter how long you havo suf- fered, Foley's Kidney Remedy will' help you. Mrs. S. L Bowen, of, Waynt, W. Va., writes; "I was a sufferer from kidney disease 0 that) .t times I conld not get out of bed,' and when I did I could not stand straight. ' took Foley's Kidney Remedy. One dollar bottle and part or the second cured me entire-J I" It will cure you. For sale by J. C Perry. THE MARKETS San Francisco, Aug. 20 Wheat Now crop California cluo, $1.80 1.S5; Australia, $22.0G; Souorn, $1.S5(&2; new crop northern, Sopt. dolivery. bluestom, $1.85 1.87 W; club, $1.72 &; turkey, $1.85; red, 1.7214; of f grades of wheat, $1.G5' 1.70. Hurley Feed barley, $1.40 1.41; choice $1.424; common to fair, $1.351.384; browing and shipping, M.12& (31.43-i; fancy, $1.45; chevalier nominal. Eggs Per dozon, Including cases: Extras, 34c; firsts, 31c; seconds, 25V&c; thirds, 23c. Butter Per peund: Extras 28 c firsts. 27c; seconds, 26 c; packing No. 1, 24 &c. Now cheeso Por peund: Califor nia flats, fancy, 16c- firsts, 15 &c seconds, 13 &c; California Young America, fancy, lGc; firsts, 15c; onst ern Orogon, 10 Ho; Young America, lCc. Potatoes New crop, per cental; 6b(Q90c In sacks, t.nd C5o$1.25 In boxes; swcot potatoes In crates 3 0 3o por pound. Onions Yellow, 70 80c por cen tal. Oranges A bx: Valenclas, $2.26 4T3.00. rOIlTLAND MAKKXT8. Wheat Tract Prices. Club 06n Bluestom , $1.00 KU88lan i) 3c Valley 96c .... Flour. Patents $0.26 Straights $5.30 Exports 4.70 Valloy ,.-...' 5.60 Graham, Hi sack 5.80 Wholo wheat r. 6.80 ! Hay. Wlllamotot valloy $12 dp 10 Eastorn Orogn, fancoy ....$17 IS Alfalfa $13.50 Clover $1113 Poultry. Hens 14alGo springs 14U(S15c "Turkeys 20o Butter. City oreamery, extras, 30lc Outsldo arettmory 27 30V6c Store 20o Oregon ranch 27 28c Pork. Fnnoy, por lb ll(Illc Fresh Fruits. Oranges $2.25 tff 3.25 Lommis $1.75 H) 4 Apples, box $1.00 Bananas, lb 5 & 3 Go Potatoes. Buying prices, cwt $1.00 1.76 Oats. No. 1 whlto $42 Cray $38 39 Egg. SIccct Oreirnn 277B29n I Eastern 16c20c Batter Fancy 2730Wc Storo 20o Clioevo. P. C. Twin 1617o F. O. Trlplots 17ttc Young Amorlca 17K01RO MlllfltHffi. Bran $20.50 Middlings $33.00 Shorts, city $29 Chop $2430 Rolled Barloy $30 037 Local Itclall Market. Whoat, btishol ' 90c Oats, bushel 40c Flour, valloy $5.25 Hay, cheat $14.00 Hay, oat $14.00 Hay, clovor $14015 Potatoes, binbol 700,80 Apples, buahej 5001.00 Prunes, por lb........ 1V40.4H Prunes, per lb lVi Cranborrlos, Howo's varie ty, bbl 13.01 i Butter aii'd Kggx, Retail. Eggs 30c Croamery butter 36c Country butter 26 30c Flour. Eastorn Oregon $ 1,78 Bran, per sack .96 Shorts, por sack $1,35 01.55, idled barloy $30.00 j i miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHu1 MT. ANGEL COLLEGE I Mr. Angel. Ore. In charge of the Bonedlctlno Fathers. An Idonl place for your young men. Buildings, equipment and general effi ciency not to be surpassed on the coast. Term opens Sept. 7. Write for catalogue. iHIIIIIIIHIIIIHHIIHtr .TO-NIGHT LWJCCCl CHICHESTER SPILLS1 m &ZM&k MkMaM8i.Sit.Aln.iKcUXI I 1 V1& i M SI JI v MONE;Y LOANED On Real Estate LONG-TIME, EASY PAYMENTS Reliable Representatives wanted THE JACKSON WAN & TRUST CO. Jackson, Miss. 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OHKAT CIM.VKSi: DOOiwU L. M. U XJtl has modlclno which will euro any known dtsoase. no makes a specialty of und guarantees to cure Catarrh, Asthma, Lung. Throat, Rheumatism., Debility, Stomach, Liver, Kidney troubles; also any blackenod or swollon soreness, broken limbs, Smallpox, Epidemic; all kinds of Dolls. Lost Manhood. Female Weak noss, Hernia Troubles and Paralysis. Consultation free.' Care of Ylck Bo Tong Co., Chinese drugs and herbs. 1C3 High street, upstairs. 8alem. Or usBoammmmmmmmmmmmmmm iULU Dl IWUUUI3IO tJCKIHWUtt