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o r t 'u a c n r c .
In your blood are the millions
of corpuscles that defend you
To mako and keep these little soldiers
healthy and strong, i« simply to make
and keep the blood of the right quality
This is ju t- what Hood’s Sarsaparilla
does — it helps the little soldiers in your
blood to flyhfc disen.se for you.
It curt - scrofula, eczema, eruptions,
catarrh, rheumuti m, anemia, nervous
ness, dyspepsia, general debility, uud
builds up the whole system.
A WEEK WITH OUR STATE
LAWMAKERS AT SALEM
“ Is it true,” inquired the traveler who
wns standing in front of the Art Insti
tute. “that a confidence man once «old
these big bronze lions to a trusting etran
ger fur $ 7 5 o r sonic h i p h p i t i f u l sum?”
MY*p,” said the policeman; “ the con
men in this town arc login* their grip. I
can remember when they wouldn’t sell
nothin’ «mailer than tin* Masonic Temple
to a vidioo.” -OhicH-o Tribune.
II opt* llefercil.
When first I »ought the writers’ rank»
My verse w : ih taken in with t h u n k s
Tit» years since t h a t initial splash—
rhoy’ve never sent the promised cash,
l’o wait and get no pay, I find,
Prince Waldomar of Denmark is a Is worse than having things declined.
cniu-tal boxer uud is ever ready to put ou
—Cleveland PI»In Dealer.
Only One “BROMO Q U'NINE”
Norway’s «Rawed, Used as fuel, yields That ¡* L A X A T I V E BROMO Q U IN IN E . Look
a greater revenue than its fisheries.
for the signature of E. W. G R O V E . Uaad the
world over to Cure a Cold in One Day.
M ay \rcy cm a.n tt\A \) ovurcow io
by p v ep e t vctsctva\c^cx\swv'vV^<iaSr
svsluntcuj W\t on&YcuVy W «4vavo\
laxative, v.vdiAy Sytuv q h ^ iL V a ir
fu n c tio n s
BASE BALL GOODS
The searchlight of the British Dread
Goldsmith Leap-uo Halls............................. $1 .0 0 nought has a new feature in that it pro
Hal's............................ 1.00 je ts beams at the Ham o tirtie in opposite
It«»»- h C'llidal American League Bull ....... 1 25 directions to facilitate signaling.
heath Hai-c'all Gl- vea.............. 25C to 3.00
Heath liusehail M itts ................ 2JC to 6.00
Beach Shoe Piau-i. p air.............. IOC and 2 5 o
Itea li Bala
2Cc, 6 0 c , 7 5 o ancl $1.00 ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
Suita coitlj’ftie, including: sh.ris. pants, stoci.-
inir.s, tap anti belt, nunlo of ¿food quality
out q^r fl .aael. in jrrey or royal blue . $1 .5 0
Heavy Outhqf Flannel, per suit................... 2.00
Men's sizes................................. 50C extra.
N O C H A R G E FO R C A S IN G O R C \ R T A G E
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n i tor
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is giving the world tho
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Stomach and Kidney troubles, and ali Privât©
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caulks afcV .$xttw & A «
\ j \ jv \ s liaAy sc \W\ assisXuwcc to nature,
vuay be ^roAuaWy dvsy>e\\su<l With,
u tan . tie Yonder nccdcOkasWitboslej
are \c assist
na\tvrc,ttuinc\ \o suypW \\ f a uatutuV
scarcely any lim it to the
" possible im provem ent in seeds,
but it takes tim e and money. W e have
been im p rovin g flow er and vegetable
seeds fo r over fo years. M o re than 2000
people are w o rk in g to m ak e F e rry ’s
Seeds suit you. Huy the best—F e rry ’s,
F o r sale everywhere.
to us X
d c p c a l u\\v—
mutely upon proper nouns\w nen\,
proper dJoils.and n&kVwwg «scaetaWy
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“ I think from the utensils «bout him
that this mummy must have been an
“ It would ho Interesting to bring
aim hade to life.”
“ But too risky. Who’s going to pay
lim for bis time?” — Louisville Courier-
Mix for Colds.
To one-half pint koo J whiskey, add
one ounce syrup sarsaparilla and one
ounce Toris compound, which can be
procured of any druggist. Take in
teaspoonful doses before each meal and
before retiring. This relieves in 2-1
’ ''•irs, and cures any cold that is cura
E ffe c t
R la ltii?
G e n e r a t io n .
Distracted Mother (opening the door of
the playroom) - What .are you boys mak
ing all tills terrible racket about?
ller Youngest— We’re pjayin’ Congress,
maw. We’ ve just had a message from the
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T he best
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25 Ounces for 25 Cents
Is the result o f m odem ideas. Costs
less. D oes better w ork. Y o u must
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T h e baking- w ill be vastly better,
lighter and tastier or w e pay
for the can.
m e r c h a n t s
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And If you send 20e wo add a park-
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L .C R O S S E , W IS .
The Alveolar System
O f Replacing Teeth in the Human Mouth is the
Greatest Advance Ever Made in Scientific Dentistry
A few yonrs airo Marconi came before the world with the statement that he could
transmit m e’ a *vs through the .air by electricity without the use of wires. Every telegraph
operator in ihr» land scoffed at the idea and said it could not be done.
Likewise the Alveolar System < f rep’aeing teeth in the human mouth without the use
of cumbersome and unsightly plates, which is the latest method to be adopted by scientific
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These Teeth Will Outlast Those W ho Are Wearing Them
If w e can beautify your appearance and build up your health with a new set of Alve
olar Sy-tern teeth, or enable you to do away with a wobbly, unclean, partial plate or ill-
fitting piece 01 ordinary bridge-work, wouldn't it be the greatest service that could be done
The A L V E O
LAR SY STEM
is to the old
W e examine
what W ireles
is to the
d i d n ’t
Hurt a bit.
Now for my Alveolar Teeth.’
_ e like the above, all dentists throw up their hands and sav there is no hope ex-
In a cas
^ plate. The Alveolar
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_¡y stem solves
s o lv e s m
iu u m n « and
n o now
n o w plates
m aces arc
t inthe*use of a false
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W e do work for out-of-town people in shortest possible time.
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N. L Comer Fourth and Washington Streets
O ffice H our.: S i n l o l p m
Sundays. 9 a. m. to 12.
Entrence 110 1-2 4th St.
Little Ikey came* up to his father
with a very solemn face.
“ Is it true, father,” he asked, “ that
marriage Is a failure?”
His father surveyed him thought
fully for a moment
“ Well, lkey,” he finally replied, “ If
you get a rich wife It’s almost as good
na a failure.” — Llppincott’a.
are promptly relieved by a sin
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regular me of this famous re
medy will relieve the w o rs t
form of coughs, colds, hoarse
ness, bronchitis, asthma and dis
eases of the throat and lungs.
rly free from harmful
For half a
drugs and o
century the V "i»ehold remedy
in mi! Mont of homes.
A t all d r u g g ie ta ', 25 eta.
Salem, Feb. 12.— A fter being amend
ed so as to apply to the whole state,
Representative Davis’ bill permitting
ten-round boxing contests for points
was killed in the house tonight. There
were only 20 votes in its favor.
“ A. B. C.” members of the house
tonight killed by indefinite postpone
ment Representative Simth’s two bills
amending the direct primary law and
requiring that arrangement of candi
dates' names on the primary nominat
ing and general election ballots be de
termined by drawing lots.
The house today adopted the senate
resolution proposing submission to the
people of the constitutional amendment
increasing the Supreme court from
three to five members and givin g the
Supreme court original jurisdiction
over habeas corpus proceedings.
Representative Purdin’s bill appro
priating $100,000 towards the con
struction of a wagon road from Med
ford, via Crater lake, to Klamath Falls
passed the house Ihis afternoon, with
16 votes against it.
For the purchase of the Oregon City
locks by the state and the national
government, the senate tonight passed
the substitute bill introduced by the
w’ays and means committee at request
of Representative Jones, of Polk, pro
viding for raising $100,000 in each of
three years so soon as congress shall
appropriate $300,000 for the joint
fund. The $100,000 raised under the
old law will be turned into the general
fund; likewise the $100,000 that will
be raised this year. Barrett of Wash
ington voted no.
The recorder of conveyances in
Washington county bumped up against
executive veto this morning and will
probably fail to get a raise in salary.
The bill was introduced by the Wash
ington county senators, Barrett and
In vetoing it the governor
gave the same reasons as set forth in
previous vet© messages— that the re
corder took the office knowing what his
compensation would be, and that the
salary should not be raised or lowered
during his term.
» a . , , ' » a * < t
B ig P la n t, T o o l an d S e e d C a ta lo g
Jaques Mfg. Caw
S a t u r d a y , F e b r u a r y 13.
Salem, Feb. 13.- By a vote of 8 to
18, the senate this afternoon refused
to kill Senator Norton’s bill requiring
long distance telephone companies to
connect their lines with local tele
Senator Johnson's road bill, over
which a big fight was expected passed
without much opposition, the objection-
al features having been eliminated.
The bill appropriating $20,000 for
maintenance of the Union experiment
station was passed.
The senate passed the bill carrying
an appropriation o f $10,000 for the em
ployment of a master lire warden for
F r id a y , F e b r u a r y 12.
Loudville, Colorado. Specimen prices: Gold,
Sliver, L ud, 51; Gold, Silver, 7 ; Gold, 60 o; Zinc or
Copper, ifl. < vanldo tests. Mailing envelopes and
lull price list sent on application. Control and Um
pire work solicited.
lteieronc«: Carbonate Kar
f E. H. M O O R E H O U S E \
PO W D ER
The Rev. J. M. Green’s Presbyterian
church in Havana is the only church- in
that city built after the American plan
Salem, Feb. 13.— Beals’ bill impos
ing a state license of $5 on billiard
Cabbages in Cuba grow to such siz« and pool rooms was killed in the house
that a single head often weighs tw’entj last night by indefinite postponement,
on motion of Campbell of Clackamas.
H O W A R D H. IVCIIT025.—Assayer a*-1 Chamist.
Get it from
y o u r G rocer
M onday, Fe b ru a y
Sab m, Feb. 15. The house today
passed the general appropriation bill
for 1909-10. The deficiency appropria
tion bill was also passed and $75,000
for extei si >n of the state portage rail
way. A gr at many other measures
got through, but for the most part they
were o f local character.
The senate was in a slaying mood
and killed 13 bills.
Some of them
were important and on less strenuous
days would have provoked hours of de-
The senate also passed the bill in
creasing the state fair appropriation
from $10,000 to $15,000 per year.
In the afternoon both houses and
many pioneers of the state united in
commemorating the 50th anniversary
o f the admission of this state to the
Union. The exercises were held in
the hall of representatives and many
prominent men spoke.
A t a session tonight the senate
passed a bill appropriating $100,000
for one normal school at Portland, as
opposed to the bills passed by the
house for $318,000 for three normals;
cut down the agricultural college main
tenance appropriation and voted down
a bill for a new $60,000 agricltural
college at Union.
The appropriation bills passed by
the house amounted to $1,727,000, cut
ting the bills only $2,440.
VYby She 1Oec 11 ned.
A ynuiig woman «•utered a erowdet ,1
G R U
street cur with a pal
uriu. An elderly g h tienimi ut cuti ;; ! l e n t
arose and offe. \ In
p ro m p t
“Tlumk yon very in ut h,”
cw'rií»! 1 v "luit f ■liit.'f
Tlbi-.rtt eilt fil,.
unfavorable for the favorable report on
! noon.” — II
the measure. They were Bones, Hat
i he efficiency
teberg, Meek and Philpott.
Mothers will find Mrs. Win«'- w's £••< thing
Waving aside all question of consti Syrup th»- b 9 1 i*- ui*dy t • rise i>jg tueir thUdrca mk so well known that
tutionality and insisting that the emer luring thu U «thing i- null.
V il 11 1 as a grip rem-
gency clause should be retained, the
E i i «1 »j r u u e « ,
bouse this morning passed Senator
Rankin- Do \o i thiu'w you could rj• I -
!v need not be oues
Hart’s bill, providing for two addition ninety-eight rail* a on UorgeLa< k in »even
al justices of the Oregon Supreme teen hours straight?
court to replace the two commissioners
Kyle— No. but I walked the ftoor'“niu* t i o ne d .
who have been serving in that capacity hour« straight with a squalling baby la*t
night, ajil I’m willing to I t t i t
• yields more quickly if
for the last two years.
The two additional justices are to Pr.oident of the Dnited State« can <l->
taken in hand prompt
receive an annual salary of $4,500 and thut.—Ciiicnco Tri: me.
are to be appointed by Governor Cham
If you feel grippy
berlain to serve until November, 1910,
Gladys — I f he ta .s to you like that he’s
when their successors will be elected.
too impertinent. 1 just wouldn’t stand get a bottle o f Peruna
With the appointing power vested in
my of his lip.
the governor, the seven Democrats in
Esmeralda- Ilia lip! The idea! lie
at once. Delay is almost
the house voted solidly for the bill.
bis never presum'd uo far as to kiss me,
The house tonight adopted the majo Hiss Gooviua!
c e r t a i n to aggravate
rity report of the judiciary committee,
recommending the passage of Bower- C IT C St. Vitus' I'
man’s bill providing for the transfer ■toror. Send for FREE 00 trial I k > -
of circuit court judges from one dis Dr. K. H. Kline. Lii.,
Arch St., i'h vh-lpliia, Fa.
For a free illustrated booklet entltl d
trict to another to relieve congested
“ The Truth About IVruna,” address
condition of courts. The original vote
Co., Columbus, Ohio.
“ We want to do F. iuetliln^ !i to ad The Peruna
was 24 to 31.
The senate held an evening session vertise that new iilay,” said the New
tonight and passed 18 bills, thus clear York manager.
1'le ir a n n t f o r D o t h .
“ Well,” answered the pr . a_-ei;f.
ing the desks o f all accumulated work.
Near SiiMted Guest (at banquet)— I
Among the important bills passed “ which kind of a play is it? One to
presume the next thing w ill be a long
were the fishery bill agreed upon be which you invite the attention of the and tiresome speech from some talkative
tween the state of Oregon and Wash clergy or the allenti ;u of the Dolice?” guy.
ington, the new military code, the re —Washington St.ir.
Man Fitting N ext— O, I suppose so. I ’ m
vised game law, the Kay bill providing
i the talkative guy that ha» to make the
A not lier inrror.
bounties on cougars, timber wolves and
Exchange Editor- «et me seo—Mark
wildcats, and the bill regulating the
Twain had a <!• ■ • * of some kind con-
P I L E S C U R E D I N 6 T O 14 D A Y S
sale o f concentrated stock foods.
foi red Oil him. iii'n’t he?
ed tp cure ant
Literary Editor— Y * ; since he incorpo- ca?e of Itchinjr, Blin-i. Bleeding or Protruding
W e d n e s d a y , F e b r u a r y IO .
rated himself I belie > he has taken the : Piles in f, to 11 days or money refunded. 50c.
Salem, Feb. 10.— Advocates o f three degree of Ltd.
T h e O ld W i d o w e r * » < h o ic e .
normal schools won the opening skir
j He wanted the comforts o f home,
You Cun Get Allen’s foot-E ase TREE.
mish in the normal school fight in the
But wanted them cheap. He took
house today. By a vote of 38 to 21 free sample of A', -ui’s I’oot-lM-i'. It cures
the bill recommended by the committee sweating, hot swell m, aching feet. It makes No year or two to primp and fidget;
He merely said, “ W ill you marry
on ways and means and carrying an corns, ingrowing nails and bunions. All drug-
appropriation of $115,000 for one cen 5 has sell it. Zoo. Don’ t ace» i»t any substitute
“ I w ill, sor,” answered the cook.
tral normal school at Monmouth, was
* u o C o u t lo u s .
rejected. A t the same time the house
Mayme— You refused that handsome
re-referred the bill to that committee young lawyer? tYliy, I thought you liked
with instructions to make provision for him.
the three schools at Weston, Ashland
M aybelle— I did. but when lie proposed
to me he put it in the form o f a hypo
S H O E S $ 3 .5 0
For protectionjof forests through a thetical (in-
fire warden, the state board of forestry
In a six weeks’ run at Drury Lnne
is urging passage o f Representative Theater 250,153 men, women and children
Abbott’s bill, No. 226, enlarging the saw the pantomime, “ Sinbad the Sailor.”
powers of the board and appropriating
The ways and means committee of
the house has cut down the sum to $3,-
000, but efforts are being made to put
back the original figure.
A fte r being defeated with only 26
votes in its favor, the substitute eight-
looks beller-w ears longer-
hour bill, fathered by the fiflackamas
and gives more
The Heason I Make and Sell More Men’s $3.00
county delegation, was reconsidered in
So $3.50 Shoes Than Any Other Manufacturer
the house this afternoon and passed by
Is b«r: as« I gtv« th « wearer to « benefit o f the moat
because cul on - v T .
complete org\nl7.atton of trained experts and skilled
a vote o f 40 to 19, one absent. The
shoemakers in the country.
The selection of the leathers for each part of the shoo,
substitute bill is much less stringent
cosls no more than
and every deU il of the making in every department, is
than the original and provides that la
the just o s good k in d s \>
longed after by the best shoemakers in the shoe industry.
I f I could show you how carefully W L Douglas shoes
borers in all manufacturing institutions
ate made, you wooid then anderstmd why they hold thalx
shape, at better, and wear longer than any other make.
shall be allowed at least 30 minutes
My Method o f Tanning the Soles makes them Mors
every six hours in which to eat.
Flexible and Longer Wearing than any others.
_ » .
Ktloe* fo r K v e ry .VIrni!>«*r o f the F a m ily ,
Abbott’s bill, amending the direct
.Ile a , H o y «, W o n ii'ii,X I i»»e s anti < hildr«*n.
Sigrr of the fish *
primary law’ to prevent the members of
Jfnr sail** by alioi* rinalere every where.
P A llT im U I N" ,l‘‘ C'\’iuin<‘ without W. 1» Douglas
one political party from participating
L'i'iU I lu l l a name and pri>-e stamped ou bottom.
A j TOWER CO SO
in the primary nominating election of
Vast Color Eyelets Used Exclusively Catalog mailed fresy
W. L. L0LULAS. lu7 Spark St.. Brotktun. Moat.
another passed the house this after
noon. There were 41 ayes and 10
noes. Democrats voted no.
W hat is »aid to bo the largest collec-1 P N U
The Multnomah county bill increas tion o f coins is in the public cabinet of
T H E N w r it in g t o a«l v e r tia e r s p le a s «
ing the number of circuit judges from antiquities at Vicuna, which contains
m e n tio n th in p a p e r.
four to five has passed both houses and about 125,000 pieces.
will go to the governor tomorrow. It
will be signed by the governor, and im
mediately the governor will appoint his
private secretary, W. N. Catena, to
fill the new judgeship.
The bftl was
passed with this understanding, it hav
ing been announced from the gover
nor’s office several days ago that if the
bill should pass, this appointment
would be made.
TOWER S FISH BRAND
OILED CLOTHING o
T u e s d a y , F e b r u a r y 9.
Salem, Feb 9.— Despite the protest
o f Farrell and other members of the
house this morning passed Representa
tive Bean’s bill prohibiting all field
sports on Memorial day. I t was in
sisted by Farrell that the measure was
practically certain o f being defeated in
the senate because it would put a ban
on professional baseball in Portland on
that day. The bill passed, however,
by the following vote: Ayes, 33;
noes, 21; absent, 6.
Representative Altman’s bill amen
datory o f the present law for creating
union high school districts, passed the
house today. As amended the law pro
vides that the question of creating a
high school district may be submitted
to the taxpayers residing within the
proposed district at any time during
T h u r s d a y , F e b r u a r y II.
the year, rather than at the annual
Salem, Feb. 11. Discovery by Rep school meeting.
Against only five votes, the senate
resentative Calkins of a “ jo k e r" in
substitute house bill 167, providing for this morning defeated Senator Bailey's
precinct elections on the subject of t resolution memorializing congress to
whether or not beer, as distinguished enact laws excluding all Asiatics from
from whiskey and other liquors, should ! immigrating to this country.
The senate committee on medicine
be sold in those precincts, resulted in
the disastrous defeat o f that bill in the I and pharmacy has agreed to report fa-
house this afternoon. Following the i vorably a substitute bill for the estab
exposure by Calkins, McDonald and lishment o f tuberculosis sanitoria, as
Patton, members of the committee on ! proposed in a number o f bills that have
alcoholic traffic, who reported the bill been introduced. The bill carries an
McCue and Brady, * appropriation of $20,000 for the pur
champions of the bill on the floor of chase o f land and construction o f build
the house, voted against its indefinite ings, and a maintenance appropriation
postponement. Only four representa of $25,000 a year, making a total for
tives voted against substituting the two years of $70,000.
Must Run Through Town.
S e e k N e w M a il S e r v ic e .
Milwaukie A repiesentative of the
Washington Representative Haw
ley is urging the I ’ostoffiee department j Southern Pacific appeared before the
to install mail service on the new elec- j Milwaukie city council at it» meeting
trie line between Portland and Salem. I Tuesday night, and submitted for in
He says that not only will such service spection a blueprint of the route of the
be quicker th n at present between the ! proposed new line through Milwaukie
two cities, but will improve the ser-; to the site o f the new bridge to be
vice on rural routes all along the line , built across the Willamette river near
It was the first definite step
between both citit . The department Oswego
is looking into the matter, but it is not toward obtaining a franchise through
though the com
yet ready to announce its decision. the town, for,
Hereafter, at Mr. Hawley’s request, pany had an ordinance, tentatively,
Am ity will receive two mails daily for a franchise, no action had been
from Portland instead of one.
New Induttry for Albany.
Red Man Looked Like White.
Albany — Negotiations are nearly
Salem— Warren Davis, formerly a
bartender here, has been arrested by a complete for the sale o f the old furni
deputy United States marshal and ture factory in this city to Portland
taken to Portland. He is charged with and Tacoma manufacturers, who will
selling liquor to an Indian from the enlarge the plant and put it in active
Chemawa school. Davis contends that operation at once. The prospective
he has no recollection of Belling to an purchasers filed articles of incorpora
Indian, and as it is understood the red tion for the Union Furniture Manufac
man in question is so nearly white it turing company, under which name the
would b- difficult to pick him from a plant will be operated. The incorpora
Caucaaian, his contention is considered tors are A. H. Sandstrom, D. E.
i oprague and George Sandstrom.
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