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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALSM, ORKOON, SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 100,
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F tmJr Tha Dowel
BBkr r7 B S 1 W r & nw.
j Twng wnnen arq often sret
mfferarg for want of proper auvica
t jtMt tha rlht Hma.
MreJInkhim, at Lynn, Maw., Imw
ihraya isatiad to younf glrla a speo
fci iTttton to writ to her atout
SMtr akkiMM. Site it a mother,
mA fully tindrtandi.
2a tikw 0ba6 out of tn yonr
um will be jual Um (tame a those of
tbeyotutfrladlea whoae tetters follow,
la what you nml to reitor health.
Hiw Abby F. Ikrrowi,of Nelson.
tiim, uiiio, write to Jra. nnKimin :
' Whn I wrote to you I waa ycry
altve, hs4 dull liMilMhM, backache,
mmLwm very Irrftftilsr. Doctors did mi
no tfKHh Lydla E. Piukham's Vegetable
CMMHHtl anu ynttr advice tnnae me
wf Mlr, wall cl utron. I nm now In
Wf ttcr health than v er before."
MIhh Klslo L. Hook, of Chelsea,
Vt., wrltoa to Mm, Plnklmm t
" 1 am only nix teen yearn old, but
Lydla E, l'inhhatn'a Vegetable Com
pound nml your ndrlco Iihto cured me
vt aldcachc, noriodlo pnln, and a ner
vous, Irrltnblu condition after crery
thlnjr clsa had failed."
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty years Lyillu K, Pink.
Imri'h VoKvtahlo Compound, iiiiido
from roota and horlw, Tins boon tho
atamlanl remedy for female lib,
mud liaH poaltlvoly cured thouHnmlHol
women who havo licon troubled with
wttJHnenH'nw.lnflaujmallon.ulcoi-rt-1 Albany nro la llio cl(y. Mr. Vnn
won, fibroid tumoni, lrrcKuhtrltlo.v Winkle wan ouo of thu judges In ho
Mriodlu iwlim, backache, that Iwnr. i W. U. and O. A. C. debate Friday
Wffaow!i!eoiinirlinliilvnoy,lii(llRaiiKiit. ,, ...
tfMUj4iW88,oriiurvou8ptxtwUou1 , ), !" "! ?' Nowburg In
Wky don't you try It V ' vUHlng rolatlvos in Balom. Bho was
ii lunuur rouiuuiu oi unw ouy.
Mlii Ilolon Funno from Portland
linn been vIhUIiik Mlia Welch In thin
Mre. Hoynold of Chomokota wnn
lioro abopplng today.
Ml Welch Is In Portland vUltlnR
J. Lavok and wtfo hnvu gono to
tholr homo In Oregon City after tnk
Iik in thu tUghtH of Salorn. I
MIrs Myrta James Is going it
Poitland on n short visit. i
Mrs. E. It. Uowloy and baby havo
left Balom to rot urn to tholr home
In Portland. i
MIrk Iren Ail nam whn hnn tion '.'" ""fMih io ao-J ttitl 1 winlil noM
visiting In the Capital City for About torrid iiTr nd b..dfb. vow nut uvinc
six weeks, is now In Dallas with her cruc2d,otiitiiei ftirrmiihbitr
i. ' .- . . . Mlhl)tmdllnHi.oorerffii."
Mrji, 13. Menn Is In Dallas today. ADBB.sinti,otbQfnAuxiHo.j,iikUijTor,MMi.
Miss Mebclle Unrtoil of this city
naj u ouuuay sruuBi, oi nor unciv, JTMl. K..f rw
TKXIih Tlmnin A r.lt. T TB B UCI lOT
Mm. Thnmim Vnn nnvnn. wlin Iias M t-S IWDOWWI
been visiting her daughter, Miffs
Kfte Van Duyrio In tho Capital City
ba returned to hor homo at Col
bur;;. Mildred Kllno has cone to hor
homu at Corvnllls.
Mrs. Smith, aftor a short visit with
IlOmO at JOflOreOn, tMlnUik. Tl connln cbi flumreii 000.
n., nt rfr.. -.... . i..n- QBnniiteofof jortf nnnir buck
w?ll i.i ' !.- . i iiria Mn Remedy Co., Chleo or H.Y. 6oi
vmiinig hor alator, Hester, In this uumiir rry uu iMu Vrt
city for a ohort tlmo, has returned WW1W.1W.E, Tti MfULKlll IOaES
home to Turner. .
Mice Lena Holcomb, a co-ed at tho i'i-oimwhIs for 8ricl J)II.
Wilamotto Unlvorslty, la at Turner BI(jrt tor 8pccnl road improve-
making an over-Sunday visit with mcnt In road dlstrlrtu No. 23, 24,
horparonts. ,,,,,, 27, 28, 28, 30, 34, and 3, In
nun y. Tnialflon Is In nplllngham, Marlon county, OroKon, will be re-
WaahlUKlon, vinltlnB relatives and COVOd at the county Judge's office
friends. t until 10 a. m. tho inth day of March,
M.IS3 Virginia rtl l a pro'ty young 1008 Each 1)ld mUflt b0 nccom.
Woodburnlte, 1 In town visiting pnnled by ft bond B,Knod by tw0 or
friends. ,or0 frpoholdorn, n double tho
MIPS Eva Cox 3 in town giving her flrn0Unt of tho. bid, as sureties, made
wookly musical Icmoiu to pupils. ayai,io to Marlon county for the
MIns Carrie Mllispaugh Is a viM- faithful performnnco of tho con
tor from Portland to attend a mis- t....
slonar'os moctliiK at tho Daptlst Snocincntlons for said Imnrove-
church, ..,,,., , mont can bo seen at tho county
MrH. J. A. Dimlck Of WooJb'Jrn IB ,l,rn'n offlpo. Mnrlnn rntinlv cnm.
visiting numorous friends In thla migsjonor'n court reserves tho right
eiiy- . .. .... , to reject any and nil bids.
Mr. and Mrc aeoro Miles of JOHN II. SCOTT,
South Dakota, aro visiting tho fnm- 3.7. County Judge
lly of J. Kostonborder. , - u ., ,
Mr. mid Mrs. is. P. Kyle arc in '
Drooks on a visit
to with hor
'."7 : '":.,' 1. "..r,i- '
wiin nor grnnumowiur in uorvniim, ,
hnn roturnod to hor homo In Salorn.' Kennedy's Lnxntlvo Cough Syrtip
Mrs. A. W. Vcatoh Is going to nets gently yot promptly on tti .
Drooks to Sao her mothor Mrs. C. bowels nnd allay Inflnmntlon nt tho
Dlanton Rnmo time. It is pleasant to tak
Mrs. Clyde Harris and baby hnvd Bold by all druggists.
Iiion visiting In Salem.
Miss Mnrthn Ilrooks Ih going to
Condon on account of her III honlth.
Sh will bo with her sister, Mrs.
Mrs. C. Urown nnd daughter,
Nina end Luolle, of North Dakota,
havo decided to loonto In Portland.
after a short visit with Mrs. II. P.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Van Wlnklo of
At tho meeting of the Board of
Education Febmary IB, Director A.
A. Leo offered the following resolu
tion for ndoption by the Doard of
"Whoreas, At tho Arbor Day i-er-clses
In 1907 It was proposed to
name tho North Salem school, Grant
School, In honor of the lato Prosident
and general of tho armies of the
United States, and
Whereas, By a rising vote It wns
decided by Alio largo assembly of cit
izens present at that meeting that
tho North School be so named, therc
foro bo it
Resolved, By the Board of Edu
cation of Salem District No. 24, that
this board ofllclally recognize thai
act of the citizens and that the North
Salorn School horenftor be officially
designated in our proceedings as the
Grant School of this district.
The resolution wns mado a special
ordor for the regular meeting this
ovening, when it will come up for
Tho election of a city superin
tendent fbr tho ensuing year was al
so made a spcc'al order, and City
Superintendent J. M. Powers will
probably bo unanimously re-elected.
Miss Myrtlo Montgomery, who
hns recently returned from n year's
vtalr In 'Frisco was clvcn n surnrlBO
lit !..... t .! !. f ...t . '---" ----.- , .- rr- . . ' m
vnu you uo nut ievi jiko jiiiniuns uy about a dozen of her frlonus on
later In tho evening.
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Got DoWltt's Carbollzed Witch
Hazel Salve It Is good for piles.
Sold bv nil druggfatB. .
Old Folks ,
Tlierc arc mighty few people beyond middle ene
vho donVsufl'cr at times, or all the time, with their
liver or kidneys. Natural.
The humen machinery n beginninc to slow dovm
from the wear and tecr cf years cfu:e and often
abuie. It's get to have naiitancc to keep it moving
properly particularly the liver.
You can hardly name one of your old friends who
hasn't cne cf the folkwmg treubles:
biliousness, indigesTion, dttDCDu
sour ftcmach, sick headache, baefcadu.
kidney trouble, rheumatism and generally run down syttcm.
B&d Liver Causes It
It is at the bottom of every one of these troubles, h becomes
inadive (conflipation and bowel trouble follow). Throws off potsca
and bile (biliousness, sick headache, etc., fellow). Puts extra wcrk
on the kidneys (often causing Diabetes and Dright's Disease). Unc
acid gets into the blood (rheumatism follows): Cure the lWt and
you'll cure the cause. Cure the cause and ycu'll cure the trouble.
n 1111 rimniniT - r ri n n ai iir ii' ri ni . . . .
nutiii nf t m Hnn n "' "Vu h v ...U" "" rinursuny evening, a pieanuin.
f ! wo -- ..-- - haiim Tm ! ilAitn rrrtl nt . . ... .
mitifn im rnnn in iirnnkM '"" '"" l,,u "" mi"" . hhlWnH ,,nu piaying gnmes, biii
tiijiirtvl o"- "w ---..-- m. - ii ti mn rnit ttin lt mit I ti
nfn-nntn nvi Rimdnv. "' v.v "'"' "'"' "' "' songs, wiin a numuor OI
I Rwnii wim lmn i.on nuna "nt you nro Bll,nB Quite oiu. ninberB. Hofrcshmenls woro sorv
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAY . .
March 9 and 10
Corvnllls Canning Compnny; prla
dual oWco, Corvallls, Oregon; capl
tal stock, I1G.000; lucorporators,
yaadorson Avery, V. F. Hamlin and
J, W. Ingle.
MeavlS'May Oil Company; prliiui
yal orttco, Dufur, Oregon; capital
tock, 30,000; Incorporators, Geo.
A. Dvavls, Anna May nnd Harry F.
Electrlo Fixture & Bupply Com
pauy; principal office, Balom, Ore
KOUt capital stock. $50,000; lucor
porators, P. W. Wators, Ooo, K.
Water, aud Fred II. Waxcrs.
J, W. Smith, Aurora; Iva M. liar
rltiRton, Oregon City; Oak Nolan,
Tillamook; C. W. Bhurtv, Arlington;
Aubrey D. Garner, 13. ?.. ForgMson,
AKWIh; Paul Van Frldagh, Oswego;
Jeha W BtJger, Louts; M. H. Convert,
Mao B. Lovgrou, William 8. Nnsh,
Mabl Haggard, Portland.
Home of theso days a visitor is
going to drop Into our sanctum and I
pick up the o HI co shears without Bay
ing, "Bo this Is what yui wrlto odl
torlals with, U ItT" Then wo aro
going to spend a week's wages mak
lug that vlultor'b stay pleasant.
Property C1uuik, IlntuU.
Btnnton Thomas has sold It's B:ilrm
property to John BchiUlnger for
The One "BEST BET" of the Season
Two hours and fifteen minutes of joy.
New SongsNew Acts New Jokes.
5 0 ComccJwKis Singers and Dancers--50.
Partial Change of Program Tuesday Night.
Grand Imperial Parade Monday at Noon.
Reserved Seat Sale AH Day Monday and Tuesday.
Prices $1 .00 and 75c. Gallery 25c.
Curtain at 8:30 p. m Prompt. Carriages at 1 0:45.
" cei u.s pat crycc M
cures all troubles arising from disordered lirer, kidneys, bowels or storait-
Better Than Pills For Liver ffls
Get a 25c Box
ALCOHOL 3 1KK f'HN
hoss and fettruaukt w
P For Infanta and CklUrn.
Thfl Kind You Have
Apfert ReHNiy fw(wf
m m loss oy sua
BANK TALK No. 7
UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK ,
Security for Funds
A otuia study of our publUhdd atatmaut will rovtal Informa
tion ooueeralag thl bank's ajtsau and UabHIlI&s. Hvery Item is
llsiod, and It It shewn heall mon) are laveaitd.
I Arc You Interested
In Saving Your Money?
Of courso you are. That's why wo advcrtlao. Wo carry one i
tho bost stocks of wagons and Smplomcntu In tho city, and it Is '
jour interest as n monoy-snvor to call and boo our line no mitt'
whether you buy or not, wo know that you know a bargain vb
you sco It, and that you will bo suro to tell others about tbta
Wo carry a complcto lino of wagons, buggies, farm implements, ;
kinds of farm and mill machlnory, paints, oils nnd varnishes. Fix
class blacksmlthlng and horso shooing also done
Wo take eocond-hnnd vehicles and machinery as part payoe
on nil new cash orders.
Kocp your money at homo by buying what you need at boa
and at tho sarao tlmo soo what you'ro getting.
GEORGE B. JACOBS
R. F. D. 8' - - Salem, Oi
YOU'LL ENJOY A PIUTl
In ono of our rigs Just as not
you owned it. More, in fs
you wPI havo all the plew:j
only a mere fraction of the
of a orlvato stab e You "
limited In your choice of a ti
' either. Our livery sertlco es
ply anything you require, W
runabout to a coach and tuJ
can wo servo you'
C. W. Yannke, Trof.
131-137 N. High St PboaeSM
KilN I OrSJRf?riWfIRJ?I7AntLAJ
Is Self- lstng. It makes Gculne Bf owa
Bread, Toothsome Qkk Biscuit, and
GLORIOUS BOILED PUDDI
Sold by AI Grocers
Kmsk Cms ! WksMttf.
B LMJA mw. SAA A kSI
WW SSS WBPfJ SAVP Wl Tw
Oar pnrpw i to mk$ 0h tavii8iaMts of taads that will glvb
att(uioUQa. V hava ntmojnt avaUak4 mth an hand to "pro
in aHd our far r daoiii at alt Uata and aadr all eiroum.
Huq. Safely Anit. HraflJa MiwHdary.
Wo kaaw that earlty aad mrsiw ar aaosswar ts maat tha
dMHads t MUrtad mMB8Vb W S?a wta. Any wrt at our
statamaui that V aat tttar, Drwtll toalH Krsaaly. v invito
a oIoM laroUu t aar maUjOils ad utaaosiHaat,
n lavlta wmI Jtla UJkyfW auiwlwir rawCul ad coasW.
orate W9& wfca far maavyera hava fawad tlwir banking ra
ttoaA with m hath ttfealabja and agrtbla. This, busk has a
6ncve(ul reaatd at aativa aud prorutv aaaktog.
E. W. Mim Cashier
HAVE AN EARNEST CIRE
M For the comfort of tho folks at home
I family washing and phon No. 25 eat
c. to sond a wagon ior tho clothes. W
nion.y. worry and discomfort, nnd save th doth-
win eome back to you freTah, crisp and oleaa.
r :ca e w i
WE DO IT RrGHT
The Salem Steam Laundry
THK iai'XDUY THAT KNOWS UOW
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LIME AND SULPHUR SPRA1
Maaufactured by GIJcgr Stoiz Coipy. Cor. Mill aJ to'
8ALK3I. QUlinrtV PIIOVK 3f:J
. Wo guaraatee this spray to be a strictly Pr
BOJaUoa, ten 29 to Si Baume. yc 1
Par uU iiw vr.Krrrruui .vvin T. A. WHITE ' '
SON & CO., It. I, GILIJEKT CO. AND AT P010,11-,,!
liea. S SO par barrel; 1.59 credit for bwre. It