Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, January 13, 1908, Page 7, Image 7

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    DAILY OAPITAIr JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, JANUARY 13, 1D08.
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A BATTLE FOR
BETTER CONDITIONS
' 7 ,.m niTTTER CONDITIONS CAMPAIGN OP INTELLI-
GEJfCB AND REASON BASED ON FACTS INSTEAD OP HOT Allt AND
GOLD BRICKS.
ti, f ur Saloin commercial and tho facta. Circulation of them will
JJlion organizations are doing not bo dlfflcult.
rom . ,it wnrk ovor under-1 Endorsed by Rufus Jennings.
ttv to bring this coun'try to tho Rufus P. Jennings, chairman of,
n of easten people. Tho tho California Promotion committee,
tno central organization tnai is aomg
. .... t imAe. Boosters, club, Bus!
S Men's league and Willamette
Valley Development league aro work
in unitedly along line that are
bLng results, BECAUSE BASED
ITON PACTS. Tho Uteraturo sent
out from Salem shows wliat tlio soil
rtll produce, and what the products
trill bring, wo cuauengo mo wurm
(o show the equal of It from tho
COM) PRACTICAL DOLLARS AND
CENTS STANDPOINT. Letters aro
received by this office dally which aro
then turned ovor to tho board of
trade, which Is the headn.uar.tors for
eondlng out lltoraturo about Salem
and tho WUIametto valley continuous
thereto, and following are a fow sam
ples. Campaign In Lltin iiml Benton.
J R. Shopard, corresponding sec
retary of tho Wlllnmotto Valley De
velopment longuo, spont tho past
weok In Llun and Benton counties,
and met with hearty co-operation. Ho
oamo back loaded with soverul hun
dred additional facts of production
that aro eye-oponors to tho oaMcrn
man as to THE WONDERFUL VARI
I1TV, TI1I2 TREMENDOUS YIELDS,
AND TIIK GOOD PRICES BROUGHT
IIVTIIB PRODUCTS OP THE SOIL.
Tho nowspapors of tho valley coun
ties aro doing grand work In helping
gather tho facts.
A P'W New Samples".
Following aro a fow of tho now
facts of production gathored by tho
valley dovolopmont long-uo, and which
are coming In by tho hundreds In our
campaign for 1000 facta of similar
character Noto Mo showing of
8li:CII''ir' STATEMENT OP CROP,
YIELD AM) PROFIT, tho three
points that hoine-sookcrs aro vital
ly Intorwrted In knowing abeut:
Roasting oars continuously from
July 15 to November 8, 1907.
Two cows not $l2pcr month -oach
for lie year.
Shipped cant 220,000 pounds rod
snd aWlke clover sood In 1907.
Cheat hay brought ?31 por ncro
for 1907.
Six month t old Cotswold lnnibs
beared nine pounds oaoh.
Potato aversgod 175 bushoU per
acre on prairie land.
h L. nrooks,, Corvnllls, sold 32
car vetch seed raised thoro.
Threshed 700 bushols whoat from
20 acres,
Threshed 1000 bush s oats from
70 aoreu, sold for $1000,
Prom 4G ihop sold $300 worth
wool and lambs In 1907.
Marketed 12,321 pounds berries
from 24 aero In 1907.
Sold butter fat from" sovon cow8 In
November, $59.10.
Four acres oats In 1907 produced
us b"nis.
Ing to tho const. Wo quoto as fol
lows from a letter of Jan. 6:
"Wo havo had modt excellent
weather all winter, with itho roads
dusty llko summer. It rained Inst
October for half a day and that was
tho last time. It snowed about a
week ago, five Inches fell, but 'the
sun hag been Shining every day. Ha I
'to havo tho doors and windows open,
It's just like spring, only tho nights
aro a llttlo cool. But It's not llko
homo In Oregon. YOU CAN'T SEE
A TREE ANY PLACE AND THERE
ARE NO FRUIT TREES OP ANY
KIND. Wo llko It here and have had
a remarkable winter for Dakota. Wo
are In 'tho best of health,"
more for California development than
oill othor agencies combined, HEART
ILY ENDORSES THE PLAN OP AD-
VERTISING WESTERN OREGON
by Ona Thousand Facts of Produc
tion. HIb opinion that Is a good Idea
Is worth noting by 'those who have
studied different ways of advertis
ing. Horo are the words of Mr. Jen
nings who Is probably at tho head
of tho wholo list of men who aro do
ing things for itlio upbuilding of a
commenwealth: t
"I nolo what you say in regard to
statements of fact ovor the producer'
nn nio.s In ndvwtldng the resources
of your country and THINK IT IS A
VERY GOOD IDEA. Thanking you
for calling this to my attention and
assuring you I will do wlint I ran to
assist you."
A Good Suggestion.
A well known Salem man asks us
to send literature to his two cousins
In Now York, who are qulto promt
nont mon thoro ono ox-mayor of
Buffalo, and tho oDher a prominent
attornoy. Thoio mon nro R. IL
Parker, Lowla block Buffalo, rtnd
Spencer B. Parker, Niagara Falls, N.
Y. Many persons In that part of tho
country aro coming wost to locate ami
INFLUENTIAL MEN LIKE THE
ABOVE CAN GIVE THEM POINT
ERS as to tho best country to locate
In. Wo aro Bonding Messrs. Parker
lltoraturo and board of trado pam
phlots, and feel sure thoy will say
a good word for tho Capital City
tho Cherry City tho blazing electri
cal centor of tho WlHamotto valloy.
Tho cluster of arc lights on tho dome
of tho tnte homo can be seen from
points ton to twenty-flvo miles nwny,
and In tho samo mnnnor THE BLAZE
OF INFORMATION IN THE LITER
ATURE AND PACTS OP PRODUC
TION now bolrig scnttorod by "tho
commercial organizations of this
olty, aro lighting tho footsUopa of
thousands of woary soarchors for a
mors congenial climate and a coun'
try where the strain of living Is less
Nrtri and oxlatonco under favorable
okeunistnncos moro secure than In
many othor parts of the United
States. And all such are muds wol
eomo. Ho Has No Remorse.
Mr. P. J. Bowling write from
Adraln, Missouri, upon rocoplt of a
bundlo of Capital Journal, as fol fel fol
eows: "Am In rooelpt of Journals. Ao
copt thanks. Two aro already placed
whore they will bear fruit and passod
on.
'Tt may soom wrong to stir iip a
fooling of discontent by showing tho
advantages of distant localities to
one's neighbors YET THE PANGS
Do You Enjoy Your Meals?
One of tho Most Important Qucs
, tlons to Consider In tho Search
for Happiness and HVnltli.
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In 1907 17 acres of whoat yielded J OF REMOSE REST LIGHTLY WITH
42 bushe'j to tho nnro.
On 40 acres prunes and cherries
and some groen prunes bought of
neighbor, realized $15,000, of whldh
50 por Cent was clear profit.
My 50-aire hop yard produced 60,
000 pounds dried hops last year.
Throo ponr trees 57 years old bore
90 burials last year? good fruit.
Grow 1C varieties peaches. Last
tree November 6 yielded 21 boxes 20
Pounds each.
How to Help the Campaign.
All who road this statement aro
urKcd to haip in f-hla campaign to
lather looo faots about the produc
tions of the eight counties In the
Wlhanu-tv valley. EACH FACT
MIST BE OVER THE NAME AND
POSTOPFICE ADDRESS OP THE
PltODl ('Ell SO IT CAN BE VERI
HKD HY THE HOME SEEKER.
Hot air ami general statements like.
' Yamhill county against the world,"
a nui wanted. There has been too
ni'ifh hollering and not enough of
"id hard facts of produotlon. Every
s'at.nuut nnust be SO PLAIN AND
W) CLEAR AS TO YIELD, PRICE
M PRODUCT, and by whom made
i"l Uere grown that there can be
ro ont roverj" about IL The ava
lamhe of faota If placod before the
Honu-seekers of the oast who are
Mrring to gat located In the west
WOULD FLOOD THIS VALLEY
WITH PEOPLE who would buy up
evr.v cre ot jamJ at from tw0 to
t Mmes present prices, dnd do more
f,r good roads, good schools, and
SnF al prosperity than can be ac-CTi-
PUshed by all other agencies put
t"?oiaer So afc present let U3 havo
fE SINCE PUTTING MY REASON-
ING POWERS TO A TEST.
"Will do all I can to add happl
nes3 and prosperity to those who
will listen and read. When send
ing out literature do 'not forgot my
address.
"When I got located will call and
get better acquainted as feel very
much at homo In a print Bhop and
tho fraternity In general."
Campaign of Intelligence.
Tho Salem commercial bodies havo
entered upon a campaign of intelli
gence based upon tho facts of pro
duction. Tho Willamette Valley De
velopment leaguo la taking broad
grounds and making a fight for the
attention of the whole world to this
valloy THE PEERLESS FARMING
SPOT OF THE WHOLE WORLD.
Where It Is possible for tho tiller of
tho soil to live in comfArt, be pros
perous and do something besides
hoo corn and rate hogs. -Ho oan live
like a prinoo and ws can prove to
ayone Interested to know the truth
that the soil will prod tie more dol
ters than aaywher else In the world,
and less hot air, gas or gold bricks.
From Fonnor Oregon People.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. RlchUr, Grosn
wood. South Dakota, writo The Capi
tal Journal a very InUrosUng lottw.
They take Th Dally ad ware for
merly raeJdaftta of this city. They
will be able to say good words for
Oregon to anyone ther who may in
quire about the Willamette valley.
They also have good things to say
about Couth Dakota, that will inter
est many who aro thinking of com-
Tho burning quostlon, to you, Is,
"Are you getting out ( of Hfo all the
pleasure and tho health you aro en
titled to?" If not, why not?
No matter whether every organ
nnd momber of your bouy Is In a
sound stnto of health and strength,
If your stemach: Is In any way disor
dered, yjm aro not going to bo "your
self." You aro going to bo a wor
ried, out-of-sorts, nervous or sullen
Individual, whoso actions will reflect
your condition tnsitlo, nnd people will
naturally nvotd you.
Tho world wants to smile nnd bo
cheerful, and( untoss you are cheor
ful and sinllo, at least, occasionally,
you will haVo fow friends, fewer op
portunity, no success, and you will
go down In dofoat dofeatod by dys
popsla nnd n bail stomach.
A good and thorough digestion has
a quick, wonderful roactlon upon
tho brain. You must have noticed It
many Minos, for tho brain nnd stom
ach nro ns Intimately connected .13
a noodle and Its thread, ono can
hardly bo used to advantage without
tho othor. If your Htomnch Is Blow
and lazy In digesting your food, It
will produco at once a slow, lazy and
cloudy Influence upon your brain.
Mark it! If your stomach has abso
lutely quit work", and ,formontatlon
Is poisoning your vitals as a result,
suroly your brain is going o bo slug
gish nnd correspondingly doprossed
No ono noed toll you that.
But why contlnuo to suffor nil tho
miseries and tormo'iits Hint a disor
dered stomach brings you?
If your stomach can not digest
your food, what will? Whoro's tho
rollof? Whero'H the euro?
Stuart's Dyspopaiu TabUts aro the
relief and tho piito, Why? Be
cause, a all stomach trouble nrlse
from lndlogstloii and because one In
gredient of Stuart's Dyspopsln Tab
lets Is able to thoroughly and com
pletely dlgtwt .'1,000 grains of any
kind of food, doesn't It stnnd to roa
son that those llttlo Dyspopsln Tab
lots aro going to dlgost all tho food
and whatovor food you put into your
stoninch? Sclonca nowadays can di
gest food without having to use tho
stomach for It. And Stuart's Dys
popola Tablets aro tho result of till!)
solontlfio dlscovory. They dlgost and
dlgost thoroughly and woll, anything
and everything you oat.
So, If your stomach refuses to
work or can't work, nnd you suffor
from oruclatlons, bloat, brash, fer
mentation, biliousness, sour atom,
aoh, hoartburn, Irritation, indiges
tion, or dyspepsia of whatovor form,
just iake ono or two of Stuart's Dys
popsln Tablots, and see the differ
ence. It doesn't cost you muoh to
prove It. Thon you can oat all you
want, what you want, vhenovor you
want, If you use theso tablote, and
you can look tho wholo world In tho
face with a beaming eyo and you will
havo a oheerful spirit, a pleasant Reno, Nev., Jan. 13. While five
facet a vigorous body and a oloarj scantily olad resldonts of tho nolgh
mind and memory and everything borhood, frightened from tholr beds
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THE SEMI-WEEKLY OREGON JOURNAL
Publishes tho latest and most comploto tclogrnphlo news ot
tho world; gives rollablo market roports, as It is published at Port
land, whoro tho market news can bo anil Is corrected to dnto for
each Issue; has an ontortnlnlng story pngo and a pngo or moro of
comic onoh weok, and It goos to tho subscriber twice every weok
J 101 times n year.
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
Is a clean, modol, up-to-date local nowspnpor. It gives all tho
latest nowo and hnpponlngs and should bo In ovory homo In this
vicinity.
Tho two papers mako a splondld combination and you savo
money by sending your subscription to
E. HOFER; Publisher,
v.f ' Salem, Oregon
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MACCABKICS 1NSTA LLUI).
Salem Hive, K. O. T. M., Hold Distal
lut Ion anil Will C'lvo Smoker.
Tho local lodgo of Maccaboos hold
Its Installation of oillcors In tho hall
on State Htroot last Wwlnosdny oven
lng after which, among othor Im
portant bualnoes, a commlttoo was
appolntod to mako arrangements for
a big smokor, to be glvon on tho ov
erling of January 22, Tho oillcors
Installed wore:
Past cominandor M. Stanton.
Commandor J. W. Baker.
Lloutonant commandor W.
Lonnon.
Rocord koopor Kd, Ellis,
Chaplain A. T. Moffltt.
Finance kooper D. W. Eyre.
Sorgeant J. J, Stanton.
Motor-at-arms-O. A. Jiudson.
First M. of G. L. W. DavlB.
Sentinel H.Weldmor.
Second M. of O. B. Tanton.
Plokot Aug. Huokonstoln.
N.
VASPS,
THE OHKU-
NAL PAPER-MAKERS
WatclH-d Robbers Rob.
by a preliminary explosion, lookod
on In foar, robbers oarly yostorday
mofnlng worked tho olllco of tho Na-
will look and taste dollolous to you
That's life.
Got a paokago of Stuart's Dyspep
sla Tablets at any drug storo on vada Engineering Work, and dopart
oarth for 80 conts a paokago. od with booty amounting to $1000.
Sond us your nam and addrois' WlUlam Koonlg, his daughtors,
today and we will at one send yo i Taohelo and France, and Mr. and
by mall a samp'lo package free. Ad-( Mrs. John McCarthy watched the
dross F. -A. Stuart Co., 160 Stuart 'work of tho tliuas, but when thoy
Marshall, Mich. - , -
Of course thu writer knew that
wasps aro tho original paper mnkors,
and long sluco pointed tho way to th
use of wood pulp for that papor mak
ing which lias so Immousoly Incroaawl
In lntor yo'ars nnd Is threatening
muoh of the lltornkire of this ora
with arly extinction. But from who
particular objoot was tho pulp gath
ered ?
Now camo a raro surprise. A fow
foet beyond tho old troo stood a
ohestnut tolophono polo. Whllo pass
ing it ono day a hornet was soon to
alight upon It. Eureka the mys
tery was solved. For straightway
tho lnsot began sornplng on tho sur
face with Its jaws, Settling well up
on tho post It fastonod Its op on
mandibles Into It, drew them to
gothor, thus removing a pnrtlolo of
fiber, nnd bnokod down a llttlo way.
This aot was ropoatad until It had
covered n spaoo alios it throe-fourth
of an Inoh long, and one-sixteenth
wide, just the stretch of the hornet's
jaws.
Meanwhile a tiny pellet of wooij
dust hud boon gatherod and rollod
and pushod bononth the mouth;
whoroupon Vospa How away. In fact
hor mothod of gathering building ma
terial was J ut the revorso of that
UBod whon giving it out in construc
tion.
Now the post was carefully In
spected and it wag found to be mot-
cut ly by tho oarrylug capacity of tho
jaws.
The visit varlod In length. Thus,
of. throe noted, cms was four mlnutos,
wltli seven shifts, ono, two mlnutos,
and ono throe minutes, nluo aoconds.
Wishing to get some Idoa of thu
iiunibor of visits mnilo by thu Insect
pulp gathurors I counted carofully
thu scars within sevo'ral square In
olios of surfnoo, and thorof rom. ontl
nintod the number within a squar
Inch around the ontlro girth of thu
polo, Thunco I roughly calculated
that at least 40,000 visits had boon
mado for wood flbor.
Some of thoso woro mado by yol-low-jackots
and brown wasps, but
most ot thorn by horuols from the
study nest, .i oould bo dotermlnod
by the direction of tho lusocts' lllghts
Ono must also consider that In man
oases the sorapod surfaco had boon
gono over moro than once, so that tho
ostlmato Is probably bolow rather
than nbovo that mentioned.
There wore sovoral slmllur pol39
ing the vicinity, ull more or loss thus
marked, thu ono noarest to the abovo
qulto freely. Even from this Inade
quate ostlmato one can soo the enor
mous Industry of our colony. Dr.
H. C. MaCook In Harpor'a Weokly.
FROM THE ANTILLES.
Bldg.
llu,st Ganio Bird.
tn. uiuiivt ivvwuij avuvrai iii
recovored from their soare a iwllce
call was futile.
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Rank Foolishness.
"Whon attacked by a cough or a
were dlsoueaing tho merits of dlf-,cold, or whon your throat Is sore, It
ferent-kinds of game. One preferred rank foollshnosg to take any other
canvasback duck, another wood-(meaiolno f.han Dr. Kings new uis
eock, and still another thought a covery," says .0 O. Eldrldge, of Em
quall the most delicious article of Plre, Ga., "I have used NowDlsoov
food. The dlseusslon and the dln-'ory seven years and I know It Is the
ner ended at about the same time, best remedy on earth for coughs and
"Well, Harry." said one of tho men.Jcolds croup, and all throat and lung
speaking to the waiter at his elbow, (troubles. My children are subject
"what kind of game du you like to eroup, out xsew wimjovrjr qmi;
. k t.uu, ! f0Hew: "One bottle of Chamber,
left, the fresh ,a,n,8 Cough Rwnody had g00d offoct
led wood Wow;on a cough that was giving me trou-
best?" "Well, Mr. Jonas. 4o be frank .oures
almost any kind of game suits me.
but what I like best Is an American
eagle served on a silver dollar."
Exchange
CIiiiinberlalu'H Cough Remedy Bene
(Its a City Councilman at
Kingston, Jamaica. .
Mr. W. O'RolIly Forgarty, who Is
I - --...... - a iiieuiuur oi inu ouy oouiicu at Kings-
tiwi on an mum aim iu um wV, iuu ton, Jamaica, West Indies, writes as
i iwi. wiu Huwiw uku tiiu wiw follews: "One bottla of Ghnmher.
tho liornot n ad just
murks upon the abraded
Ing distinctly against the weathsml blo and, j thBk j Bhou,d bav be0Q
surfsce. The streaks were not all of ,nor aulckly r8nevd lt i had con.
equal length; for as It afterwards tluued u,8 rIn8dy That R WQB bone.
npnsarwl. the pulp gatherers teemftl floIal and auIck , renftv.jni; rae th0re
somewhat fastidious in their selee-'lB ,,ft .,,.. an,, lt ,e ,v intan.irtn M
tions and would sliJft their position obta, anothor bottle." For aal by
several times.
Sometimes also the soar already
made would be continued by the some
or another worker; and often It
would be overlaid. But, as a rule,
the simee which measured tlio
amount of fiber removed at oho visit
ncurtr aitiiAir " Known inn
world over as the king of throat and to tho pole corresponded with the
lung remodlee. Sold under guar- amount of pulp laid on at one time
ante at J. C. Perry's drug store. 50c .by the builders on the nest; and that
and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Jlu both cases was determined appa-
Dr. Stone's drug store.
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