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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SAL KM, ORKOOX. TCKSDAY, MARCH 10, I BOS.
,1 The Lesson of the Eagle
m ii 1 1 iMiiiim in ii iiu
and the Weasel
The fkmllkr story goes that once, when an eacl
pounced upon a weasel an4 seared with it hick into the
Jr, the wsasel fesssusd Hi fangs aVcp ko the eagle's breast
nd csmasawcsxl to 4raw ks Mfe-Moed. The aagk tried to
shafe the weasel off, but th weasel hung on until the
sagk fell lifeless to the ground. ,
There k a moral in thki lor every suffcrer from coughs
or eid. Don't M your cttgh hmng for
every day H wealnne yeur lungs and gradually wears
down your system until serious lung troubles develop.
DR. D. JAYNE'S
k the oldest and most rcMabk cough remedy known. For 77
years it has been successful in relieving and curing Coughs,
Cot, rstachkfc, Pleurisy, Xnlammatkxi of the Lungs,
Croup and Whooping Cough. It is sold by all druggists
k)$Lt, 50c and 25c bottles. Get it for your cough today.
JNgrae's Tek Ytmtif Is eentle and effeetive toalc lor
and children, A fo Worm Cure
BANK TALK No, 7
. by TIIE
UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
SSSJSJSJSJEKsBMBBESfc - r i ' r ..
Security for Funds
A cloio study of OAir publlihod statoment will rovoal Jnformn
tton concerning this bank' asots and liabilities, 13 very Horn Is
lilted, and It U shown how nil moneys nro Invented,
Our purpose Is to mako suph Investment of fundthat will glvo
Mttsf&otton, Wo havo suftlclent avallnblo cash on hand to pro
tect and euro for ourdoposltorsat all timed nnd under nil circum
stances, Bafty Hist, profits secondary,
Wo know that security and .arvlco nro noowiary p meet the
demands of sntlsflod customers, Wo gtvo both. Any part of our
statement thut U not clear, wo will nxplnln puteon&lly. ' Wo Invito
a close Impaction of our method and management.
We Invito jrou to Join the torso number of oaroful nnd consid
erate people who far many yeafe hav found ihulr banking rein
tionit with ui both profitable and agnoahle. This bank has n
successful rtxord of native and proKrwuilYa banking.
E. W. HAZARD, Cashier
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
March 9 and 10
The One "BEST BET" of the Season
11ES0AY . .
Two Hours mi fifteen minutes of joy.
New Soflgs-ftew Acts-New Jokes.
50Cowfcw--SJfisers smd Daftccrs-SO.
Partial! CHwige of Program Tuesday Night.
Grand fctpcriai Paratie Moodily at Noon.
Rcsrvc4 Sat Sate AN Day Mwky ami Tuesday,
Prices $1 .00 mi 75c GHfy25c.
Curiai at 9:30 m Pro, Carriages at 1 0:45.
Grand Of era Hoihh;.
March 9 and 10 Elko Minstrels.
Auditorium Holier RlHk.
Morning, afternoon und evening
Moving pictures ,and Illustrated
songs, ovoVy afternoon and evening
except Sunday and Monday after
noons. TIio Nlckelodlon.
Moving pictures and Illustrated
songs afternoone r.nd ovonlngs.
COLONIST HATES from all parts of
tlio United Stat ami Cnnnda to nil
parts of Orcjron and the Northwest
vJH b0 put Jnto effect by ,,
THE OREGON RAILROAD Sc NAVIGATION CO.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY
(Lines la Oregon)
DAILY PUIIING MARCH AND APHIL, 1008.
From tl5 rriclpai Cities of the Middles West tho Rates will Bo
FROM TO SALEM FROM TO SALEM
CHICAGO ?38 COUNCIL BLUFFS ....$30
ST. LOUIS $35 OMAHA $30
KANSAS CITY ?30 ST PAUL . . .., $30
Corresponding Rates from all other Eastern points. Stopovers at
plenouro at nil polntn in Oregon.
Tlio Colonist Rate Is tlio greatest of all homcbtilldcrs. Oregon lias
unlimited resources and riecds.moru people who deslro homes and
Oregon peoplo enn accomplish splondld results by heralding
thin opportunity to all tho world. Send Oregon literaturo giving
good rollnblo Information about tho state, far and wldp. Call on tho
nbovo railroads for It If ncccBsnry.
FARES CAN BE PREPAID
Hero at homo If desired. Any agent Is authorized to accept tho
required deposit and tolegraph ticket to any point. Call on local
ngont or addro3s,
General Passenger Agvnt, Portland. Oregon.
IAre You Interested
In Saving Your Money?
Of course you nro. That's why wo ndvertlsc. Wo carry ono of
J tho host stockB of wagons and Implements In tho city, and It is to
J your Intorcst as a money-savor to call and seo our lino no mnttor
fk whethor you buy or not, wo know that you, know a bargain whon
J you seo It, and that you will bo suro to tell others about them.
Wo carry a cornploto lino of wagons, buggies, rarm implements, an
kinds of farm and mill mnchlnory, paints, oils and varnlshos. First
class blacksmlthlng nnd horso shoeing nlso done.
Wo tako socond-hnnd vehicles and machinery as part payment
on all now cash ordors.
Kocp your money at homo by buying what you need at homo,
ahd at tho samo tlmo seo what you'ro getting.
GEORGE B. JACOBS
1R. F.D.8' - Salem, Or. I
The Elks collided with a packed
Iiouho Monday nlghtj In which tho
latter got a grcnt deal of solid sat
Isfactfos. btil Dlnsrnoor i(it!y got
nway with tho prlzo amateur end
man, nnd Frank Hughes nnd Wnyrfa
Waters covered themselves with
small-sized llmc-llght halos for their
From the start W. Carlton Smith,
ns interlocutor; who Atioroury. ,
L. Morgan, D. A. Dlnsrnoor, Clint
Draper, as bones, nnd L. R. Steol
bnmnier. E. C. Pntton. Chas. H. Iller,
Hurry Miller and Dnvo Yrtntls, ns!
tnmhos, kept tip tho mirth, nnd the J
crncks they got off woro worth n i
dollar n word to tho recipients at1
advertising mnttor. Some of tho x
hnntlBomo men of tho town hnd the
itnitlAn f llin ainrrn In Arnttu uitlla I
and clogs, nnd dld'llttlo stunts of MWWWWM1WMWMMW
mill luuiwuiK mill iiiiniu uini; u
hntwoen nets, among thorn were It
A Horltng. Jim Wilson. F. 0 Herk
clinch. F. W. Diirhln. C. W. Evnni.
(lorgp Dorcas. II. G. Meyer, Fred
I'nlmor, A. G. Crossnti nnd Al. Jones.
Tlir Holo Parts.
F. W. Durblii'B "Snm Land" was
sung with a groat deal of spirit nnd
raised tho patriotic ardor of the
crowd to n high pitch. D. A. Dins
moor hold the bonrds for "Loving
Tim," and tho crowd could not got
enough. Then followed Decke
bach's Hontlmontnl ballad, "Dream
lng," and Heritage In "Tho Doplhs."
and whoro his volco went to noujdy
know. It was cortnln'y In tho soc
nnd story of tho collar. Cliff Prnp
cr held tho crowd with high-toned
minstrel melodies nnd somo very
clover dancing. Frank Hughes
cloaod tho molody with "Keep on
Smiling," when a tableau with col
ored lights on Mlsi Mnrguorlto
Willson. a Salem ulrL who bus somo
I thing In tho way of .good looks that
would auvorwHo a uiggor own muu
Salem. Miliar and Drnpor then put
on tho hlghly-nmuslng mlnstrol man
nnd Porter and Louis Steolhnmmor
concluded tho first act with a side
splitting monologuo In negro char
acter, to which the audience did not
hnvo to bo asked to laugh.
Tho Second I'nrt.
"Tho I)oat;i of tho Gladiator." a
tunny talking net In tho line of com
ic vnudovillo was enacted by Cha
V. (tallowuy. A. 8. Uonson and W A
Irwin, with slaves, soldiers and Ro
Mrs. Carlton Smith tnado a great
hit In into Now York Comedy songs,
nmong thorn tho new ono. "Handle
Mo With Cnro."
Tho porformnnco concluded with
plantation sketch ontltled "Moon
light on tho Mississippi." by F. O.
Deekubach. and "Cnmpniootlng
Tlmo." by Clint Draper, with sing
ing nnd dancing by mombora of tho
Ono of tho prottlost hits of tho
evening was tho Introduction of two
children at th eloso of the song.
School days, school days, dear old
goldun rulo dnys,
Hoadln' and 'rllln' and 'rlthnietlo.
Tuught to tho tune of the hlekory
Yon wore my o,moh Im onJIm,
I was your bashful barefuot beau.
And you wroto on my slate. 'I lav
When wo wore a oouple of kids.
It was then lan OulherUon nnd
Opal .Coin wandered tRMOcoutly
ttcrosn the stage, "kold-of-bnnds"
and tnunchtna an apple, aad the au
dience recalled them with tumultu
i The minstrels will amtear agntn
I tonight with ohaagee In the program
and nil the best things done last,
might Souta have been said to lu-i
Miti a large nonee, but there will nei
rtKiiu fur all who want to gu. The'
ouivrtalameat Is clean aad ap-to-1
date, ami will please the iwwUIaMM-
Ioh. h yieu iMteKeu nn or iuu.
DeWHfs Llitly Karl Uteere. small,
taf. sure little liver piHs. SoM by
WlflTK 11HO.VK MONl'MKNTS
Never chip, crack
taruUu. moH or
orrode. Tho icly
klad that never
Be4 eleaaUR. For
the train of thd
ahev see them la
all the Salesa a ad
way of the eoan
t y cemeteries;
some of them
hat bea these too ft years. U
you waat the reryb-tt t tlviuj
P'lrv call on nrdd44
US JJlll St. Phoae tJSI St, 0.
T. M. WAIT.
R R. Time
Time Card No. 52 Effectlr-
December 29th, la.ot A v
Tnir.l.,1 Tn.I . .. "
--"" "nnu rnssenwp
No. 16. 5:53 A.M. Oreaon pJl
wV7l:40 A-M- 5r
No. 12.-2:45 P. M. Roseburr
No. 14.-9:13 P. M. Portland
Towanl Portland Prelchf
No. 2225:00 P. M. Portland Fs
nt vnii in. in
. ... JV., a. m., way frel,
a- m., way frea
Toward San Francisco Pa$cBSr,l
imj. ii. ii.im a. m. Roseburg
No. 17.GM5 P. M. Cottaga QrJ
No. 15. DJ66 P. M. California
No. 13.-2:01 A. M. San Pp.. J
Toward San Francisco Frekhi.
o. 21. :-ja A. M. PorHr
No. 22511:28 A. M. Way-FreJ,
sx nssrsjaflsssv jsbsi
YOU'LL ENJOY A DRIVE
In ono of our rigs Just ns much as It
you owned It. More,, In fact, for
you wl"! havo all tho pleaairo and
only a moro fraction of the oxponso
of a private stable. You nro, not
limited In your choice of a turnout,
either. Our livery servlco can sup
ply anything you require, from a
runabout to n conch and team. How
can wo servo you?
C. W. Ynnnke, Prop.
131-137 N. High St. Phono Main 44
Is Self-rising. It makes Genuine Brown
Bread, Toothsome Qaickf Biscuit, and'a
GLORIOUS BOILED PUDDING
Sold by A! Grocers
HAVE AN EARNEST CtRE
Far th comfort of the folks at home. Bundle up tho
family washing and phom No 25 early Monday for U3
to semi a wagon ior tho clothes. We will save von
moBiy. worry and discomfort, and ave the clothes, as well. They
will loiue back to you fresh, crisp and clean.
WE DO IT RIGHT
The Salem Steam Laundry
THE LAI'MIIIY THAT KNOWS HOW
CORVAjuLIS & EASTERN' R.
Trains from and to Ysqukw.
Arrives a: corvaiiis ....ll'OOi.
Arrive, at Albany B;5Sn.
Loaves Yaqulna 6M5a.j
Vi'rive3 nt Albany 11:58 a. j
Leavo Albany 12;SSp.
Arrives at Yaqulna .... 6:15 p.
Trains to and from Detroit.
Leavon CyrvnlllB 1 40 p. i
Lonvos Albany 7:30 1. 1
A. M. 0:00, n7:05, 8.05, 10,
Lcnos Detroit l.OOp.i
follows, commencing Jan. 16, llci
Trains for CorvalJIj.
Loavos Albany 7:55 a. j
Arrives ft Corvallls . . . . 8.35 &.I
Leaves Albany 3-55 p.
Arrlvos nt Corvallls ... 4:35 p.
No. 6 '
Leaves Albany 7:45 p.!
Arrives at Corvallls .... 8:S5 p,i
Trains for Albany.
Leaves CorvalliB 6:30 a. i
Arrives nt Albany 7:10 a. i
Leaves Corvallls 2:15 p.
Arilvoa nt Albnny 2:65 p. i
Leaves Corvallls 6:00 p.
Arrives at Albany ..... 6 : 4 0 p. :
No. 11 (Sunday only)
Leaves Corvalllx 11:15 a. i
Arrives at Albany .. .. 11:58 a.i
No. 12 (Sunday on'y)
Loavos Albany 13 35 p. i
Arrives nt Corvallls .... 1 HP-'
For further Information apply
Gen. Pass. Agt., Portland,
Jno. M. Scott, Asst. G. P. A.
Effective Saturday, Feb 15. 1M
Lcavlnc Salen Dslly.
No. 2 for Portland and InterrafJM
Btatlona 8 00 a.
No. 4 for Portland and lateral
stations 11 00 s,
No. 6 for Portland and lnteredU
Rl(illnni . 3 0 P-
No. 8 for Portland and intfrsafrlM
RtnHnns 5 90 P-
Arrtvlnir Salem lVHy
No. 1 from Portland and latersiJ
Btntlnn 10 4 '
No. 3 from Portland and mteraj
BaHnna 1 4Q P-
No. 5 from Portland and inters
No. 7 from Portland anJ atfrirt
0 C T. Co
RtAAtnora PomOBl - "
leave for Portland Monday. W
fnv anA VrXAttV at 10 Bt
m..,.i... rrv.. ..,(-, anJ SltBrJtT ;
it - . i-v... rnrra i T"M
Thursday and Saturdav ahotl
m. M. P. Batdwm, Icni' "T
i, tnn nf Trade tr
M. P. lULDUIN. -
LIME AND SULPHUR SPRAY
Maiwf3CtwreJ by Gideon Stol Comrjany. Cor, Mill and Summer Sis
S.I.V-t, ORRGON PHONE MAIN iSO
Wo gvaraateu thk spray to be a strictly per lime aad sulphur
solution, teat 29 to 31 Samae.
For sate Vy FLKTCHKU tlYRB, I. A. WHITE SONS. TILL-
son , eo.. it i. aiuiKirr & co, and at factory.
Prl S. 50 Pw barwl; l.50 oredk far barrel, it returaed.
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