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King Dodo, of Spoopjiilan'J,
Will Make You Laugh in
Spile of Yourself.
"Kintr Dodo." tho Plxloy and Lu
dors comedy opera, will bo tho attrac
tion at the Grand Opera house tomor
row (Thursday) evening, undor tho
dirootion of John Cort. This delight
ful opora Is Bald to oxcol all others
of lllco naturo In its humor and spark
ling molody. Tho scenic display, tho
gowning and tho ensemble is said to
be superior to tho groat majority of
Thcro Is a lot of bright music In
"King Dodo." Tho solos are all above
tho ordinary in point and meritwhile
tho chorusos are said to havo a ring
that mako them tako with tho audi
ence. As a comedy, there is not a
dull moment in tho performance. It
starts whon tho King turns back tlmo
thirty years in order to reduce his
ngo. though In tho meantime ho keeps
Zoo Harm-It, Houlnvtto
There is Oniy Ono
USED THE WORLD OVEtt TO OUStE A COLO IN ONE DAY.
Always remember tho full muno. Look f7lf $
lor this Blgnnturo on ovory box. 26o. JyWff
SALEM BREWERY I
I ASSOCIATION I
Beer Sold in Carload Lots.
Shipments in Kegs or Bot
tled Beer to any Point on.
the Pacific Coast : : : :
On Trade St IWh.ttslrlcl
looking for tho elixer of youth, which
Doctor Fizz, tho court physician.
Claims to havo found.
Tho suspicious monarch tries tho
prescription on Mudgo, tho court bis
torian, who for a moment becomes as
active as a youth of twenty, but then
the explosion comes, the proscrip
tion proves a failure and Dodo sots
out undor tho guidance of Flola, a
young soldier of fortune, to find a
spring of eternal youth. Ho finds it
In Spoopjuland, but finds also Queen
LI11 and more trouble and that Is
whore tho audience discovers the so
crot of youth themsolves merry, un
restrained enjoyment and laughtor.
Sale of soats opened this morning at
Catarrh Cannot Do Cured.
With local applications, as they can
not reacn tho soat of the disease. Ca
tarrh 1b a blood or constitutional dis
easo, and In ordor to cure it you must
take intornal romedlos. Hall's Ca
tarrh Ouro is taken internally, and
acts directly on the blood and mucous
surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is not
a quack medicine. It was prescribed
by one of tho best nhyslclans in thin
country for yoars and is a regular
prescription, it Is composed of tho
host tonics known, combined with the
best blood purifiers, acting directly
on tho mucous surfaces. Tho perfect
combination of the two ingredients
is what produces such wondorful re
sults In curing Catarrh. Send for
testimonials free. F. J. Chenoy &
Co., Props., Tolodo. O. Sold by druc-
gistfl, prlr-p, 75c. Tako Ilall'B Family
Pills for constipation.
lu 'King Dodo,"
and Offices I!
Salem. Oregon ; ;
nHxit OAPITAIi JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON,
BIG SCHOOL RALLY
HELD AT HUBBARG
Tho first Marion County school
rally held this week waa a great sue
cess at Hubbard. Principal Gaunt had
a fine program by tho children and
was woll rondered. County Superin
tendent Walter M. Smith told of tho
progress that was being made in sev
oral lines, such as heating, ventilat
ing and cleaning up the promises. He
also spoke for tho higher grades in
county schools. State Superintendent
AoKerman made a plea for hlchor
sianuaras ana industrial education.
Ho was given a very cordial greotlng
anu tno two scnooi officials went
from hero to Scott's Mills.
Tho program conslstod of the fol
Drill Miss Yoder's Pupils
Recitation Nora Lowdor
Conditions and needs of schools. . .
. . Sunt. Smith
Recitation Etna MoKay
uuet. .uiauys wior ana Ruth Calvert
Exercises. . . .Pupils of Miss Harnfer's
Business Man's View of Education
Lucllo Scholl and K. Phillips
uiris or Miss Harper s room
Ruth Cornish & Sllv. Gallener
Duet, Bunker Hill
. .Lucllo Scholl and Sldnor Phillips
Of White School.
They wore recalled and the exer
cises closed with an address by State
Aftor oxposure and when you feel
a cold coming on, take Foley's Honey
and Tnr, tho great throat and lung
remeuy. it stops tno cough, relieves
tho congestion, and expels tho cold
from your system. Is mildly laxa
tive. J. C. Perry.
Proposals for Supplies for Oregon
Stnto Insano Asylum.
Tho Board of Trustees st tho Ore
gon Stato Insano Asylum hereby In
vites soalod proposals for furnish
ing supplies to that institution for
tho six months ending Juno 30, 1910
All bids must bo enclosed in
sealed onvolopos and directed to C.
N. McArthur, clerk Board of Trus
tees Orogon Stato Insano Asylum,
Safiem, Orogon, and plainly marked
on outside of envelope, "Bids for
Orogon Stato Insano Asy
lum." All bids must bo accom
panied by a cortlfled check in a sura
of not loss than 10 per con of the
amount of tho bid. Tho nnmo ana
nddness of tho bidder and class of
supplies to bo furnished, tho total
amount of bid and tho amount of
cortlfled chock must bo indicated on
sheets furnished by the undorslgifed,
and attached to tho bid. In order
to avoid confusion, the narao of tho
bidder should also bo plainly written
Qn oach soparato sheet of tho bid
Lists of supplies upon which bids
aro invited may bo obtainod by ad-
blanks furnished by tho undorsigned
Tho board reserves tho right to re-
1, ,.t.i .
jv-vl mi; ui mi uiuh, or 10 accopt or
reject any part of a bid. Bids will
ho oponod at tho Capitol, at Salem,
Docombor 20, 1909, at 2 o'clock p.
By order of tho Board of Trustees
of tho Orogon Stato Insano Asylum,
C. N. M'ARTHUR,
Clerk of tho Board.
Salom, Orogon, Novombor 8, 1909.
11-1 0-5 twed
Aro 1'ou Looking for a Home?
All oxtra fine land, In sight of Sa
lom, good 9-room houso, hot and
cold water, 2 barns, 20 acres
just egibnnlug to boar, 3 acres
yoruug Royol Ann cherries and all
kinds of small fruits; best homo lu
3 miles of Salem. Investigate.
Within halt mllo of West Salem de
pot, flno new C-roora house, now
Imrn, uew fence; buildings cost
52600; only 13.000 for a low days
Now 0-room houso, uow barn, fruits,
etc, within ono mllo of tho capltol
. .building, only J3000.
70 in cultivation, 30 ncros timber,
Six Room Iluugalow.
Now flno, modern C-room bungalow,
cloo lu, a snap, 12700.
New 7.Room Houso.
Largo lot, fruit, etc, 91800.
Wo also him tho choicest vacant lota
In tho city.
Somo choice unimproved tracts of
land cloau In. We havo some flno
Inside buslneso property at a bui
' gain. It yon want anything lu this
A. a SMITH CO.
Room 644 fltfttQ St Phono 1507
My list way contain exactly what
yeu want. T. a JORY,
205 Com'l St. Salem, Or.
I GEO. 0.SISAVAGE I
II For Farms and City B
1 J H5 S. COMMERCIAL ST. I
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1000.
Ignorance and supeistition com
bined with intense selfishness con-a'Jt-itefa
tho greatest oin'i'.e witl;
which civilization has lo lontoml.
P. S. I bolievo a candidate for Gov
euior should agree to 4C,i tho t'"ii
stilutional salary only.
Tho above is the name of a Ger
man chemical, which is one of the
many valuable ingredients of Foloy s
Kidney Remedy. Hexamethylenete
tramine is recognized by medical text
books and authorities as a uric acid
solvent and antiseptic for the urine,
Take Foley's Kidney Remedy as soon
as you notice any irregularities and
avoid a serious malady. J. C. Perry,
Mrs. S. Joyce, Claromont, N. H.,
writes: "'About a year ago I bought
two bottles of Foley's Kidney Rem
edy. It cured mo of a severe case
of kidney trouble of several years
standing. .. It certainly is a grand,
good medicine, and I heartily recom
mend It. J. C. Perry.
Tho windward side of a fodder
stock is a poor place to fatten sheep.
This Is Worth Remembering.
Whenever you have a. cough or
cold, Just remember that Foley s
Honey and Tar will cure It. Remem
ber the namp, Foley's Honey and Tar,
and refuse substitutes. J. C. Jerry.
m FRENCH FEMALE
XSin, Cutiik Riui- for Bcitmmid Jlncjraoinoif.
NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL s.r.i flr.. Srw.ij-1 s.n,.
fwilou Uu.rantocd or ilon-y lUfnndKl. Sent prepnil
for 11.00 ncr box. Will itni them on trltl, to to paid for
when relfered. Sample, Free If your dragcUt does not
u... iuchi kiiu joarorucn 10 m.
UNITED MCDICALCO.. OOX 74. UNC.ST-x. P.
Sold In Salem by Dr. S. C. Stor
Phone the BufcIierQuick !
What Butcher? E. 0. Cross & Son,
of course; we always get the best
mea- there. It Isn't necessary to go
down to the market these warm days.
Jtist.n Mam 291 m 10
SCttd yOU a nice Steak, TOaSt, boll Or
nnvthlrifl VOII want In IhP. mnat linn
a ' - ...... " v- v
and it will reach you on time and In
first class condition.
Union Lend Co.
Population and property value treb
ling ovory year. Tho next 3 years 1b
the tlmo roasonably-priced lots can
LOTS AND BLOCKS FOR SALE IN
ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
If required, buildings erected on
any property sold. Correspondence
J. A. 0LSS0N, Mgr.
I1ECTEL S RYNON'S BARGAINS.
Horo Is a farm that nny man might
bo proud to own, 200 acres In tho
best part of tho Willamette valley
and the host soil to bo found nny
whoro, no ncroa undor cultivation
w ftii.a w L uv.ktvi UUL11 filial II Wt t
the balance in tlmbor, mostly old
fir. A KOd 10-roin house, n ranil
barn and a hop houso of genoroiu
slie. Doop drlvon woll and fine
water. Throo mllos of woven wire '
s fonco. Thoro 'are 4 acres of young
bonrlug apples, 275 cherry troos.
200 young Eugllsh walnut trooa, I
between 5 and G acres of strawber-
rioa, 4 acrea loganberries, etc.
This will make a fine dairy ranch or'
good all around farm. Close to
railroad and eonvonlenoea. If you
want n irnml til una In o ,.. I
tjon of Oregon let us tell you more
:.7 i "T-l
nnu tnen snow you this farm.
Trio only $80 per aore; terms.
Wo havo Iota In all parts of Salem.
and let us toll you that now la th
time to buy. Property will be hljh
er in me spring. I
It yu want a good, oomtortaMe
nouae. see us. as we have a Mum-
bftr h our llets.
W10HTHI. & HVNQN,
347 State Street. Qrouad Floor
Capital Journal "Want Ads" Bring
One cent a word for first Insertion.
Dne-bair cent a word Xor each Insertion
thereafter. No advertisement taken for
less than 25c Count sir words to the
frnn sat.r flood 114 H. P. Staver
rasoline enKino. cheap. Inqulro
at 178 South Liberty St, 6-22-tf.
FOR SALE Threonine outfit, con
sists of 20-Lorscpower double cy
linder engine and 36-60 Reed'B
separator, all of tho latest make.
There is a Parson's feeder. Per
fection veigher and Farmer's
Friend blower. Price reasonable
and terms easy. Apply to J. J.
Langmack, Albany. Home phone
FOR SajE Good 4-roomed house;
lot 74x75; ?600. Ten acres close
to Oregon Electric, ?1,000. Good
6-roomed house, newly painted
and papered, for restj ?G per
month. Phono E. C. Mlnton, 1649.
WANTED Young men to learn
automobile business by mail and
prepare for positions as chaffeurs
and repair men. We mako you
expert In ten weeks; assist you
to secure position. Pay big; work
pleasant; demand for men great;
reasonable; write for particulars
and sample lesson. Empire Auto
mobile Institute, Rochester, N. Y.
WANTED At once, three sawmill
men, two men at ?2.25 per day.
one man at $3 per day. A. C.
Smith & Co., 54 State street.
LOST Wednesday, a bunch of keys
on a chain ring. Finder please no
tify or return to L. F. Savage, 247
North Commercial street. Phono
FOR RENT nine-room mod
ern residence, close in, near High
school, also 4-room furnished
cottage on car line, call at 565
North high street. Phone 706.
FOR RENT On December 15th,
house and barn, with 15 acres of
land in Frultland. Enquire at
771 N. Commercial. ll-30-3t
COAL OIL, GASOLINE And Dis
tolato delivered to private families
in any quantity, to any part of the
city. Starr Oil Co. Phone 1729.
A jnan with only one cow and one
sheep should care for that one see
that it has plenty of fresh water and
good feed as if ho had a hundred.
There's where the honest pennies
More Danville Proof.
Jacob Schrnll, 432 South St.. Dan
ville, 111., writes: "For over eighteen
months I was a sufferer from kidney
nnd bladder trouble. During tho
whole time was treated by several
doctors and tried several different
kidney pills. Seven weeks ago I
commenced taking Foley's Kidney
Pills, and am feeling better every
day, and will bo glad to tell anyone
interested just wuat Foloy's Kidney
Pills did for mo." J. C. Perry.
. .. ...
, ,l m,cm or medicines ad-
vertl8ea n this paper are for Bale at
SL-' O 1 wlH,
Th k. 00.,T 4
l 0,18,1 drug store In Oregon;
owoa no one aud no one owes
carries Urge stock: Its shaiv
, . . aioo,
u snow cases are loaded
with drugs, medicines, notions, toilet
aruoiee, wluea Hd
liquors of an
l:iads for medicinal
Sumis 1 a regular graduate la 'mmi
elne and has h. ?tl
. J l
f' ,n Praotio. Consulta-
"r" tree. 1'rera4 &ti an
free, and only renter HfU. tc med
Ula. Dr. 9to ea b at nU
flmg store, Sale. Or.. f m 7 In the
oraIa uaUl 9 at algut.
PAINTERS, PAPER HANGERS-
PAINTER AND PAPER HANGER
Estimates mado and first clans
work dona I. D. Driver, 61T
North Capital utrt, Balom, Or.
Phone 926. 6-2G-tt
KENNEDY & PORTER 130 Liber
ty street Phone 485. Dealers lit
Oregon Sienna (Salem - made)
paint, wallpaper and all Interior
furnishings. Painting, papering,
and all manner of interior work
done prompt'" In first class stylo
at moderate prices. 8-5-tf
CAPITAL BAKERS Bread, cake,
pios, and all kinds of pastries,
cookies, etc. Watch for our wag
on. Phono 964. Radeck &
BUTTERNUT BREAD It 1 worth
more than any other bread, yet
the price is no higher. For sale
at your grocer's. California Bak
ery, Thomas & Cooley, Props.
EXPRESS WAGON General dray
Ing. Furniture and piano mov
ing. Phono Main 465. Fred
Schindler, 365 State street. Horse
for sale. , 8-12-t
SALEM TRANSFER CO. Succes
sors to Cummins Tranfer Co. All
kinds of transfer work done.
Furniture moved and pianos boxed!
ready to ship. Prompt Bervjce
our motto, 253 South Commercial
street. Phone 210. 10-13-tf
BUTTE & WENDEROTE Fine
wines, liquors and cigars. Wo han
dle, the celebrated Kellogg and
Castle whiskies. Cool and re--reshing
beer constantly on draught
South Commercial St. 9-3-lyr
SALEM WATER COMPANY Office,
city hall. For water service apply
at office. Bills payable monthly
G, F, MASON BOX COMPANY
247 MIHt street, South Salem,
manufacturers of all kinds of
boxes, cratea and fruit dryer ac
cessories. Phone 308. tf
FRANK E. CHURCHILL Represen
tative of the Western Conservatory
of Music, of Chicago, in this city,
will, resume classes in piano, har
mony, theory, sight reading, etc.,
on and after September 20. Stu
dio opera house building, room 9.
Phone 1100. Pupilg may receive
lessons either in their homo or at
tho studio. 9-ll-3n
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES
Old Postoffice stables, at 254 Fer
ry street, between Commercial
ana Tont. Telephone 188. Some
of the finest liveries in the city
i Tl Ko fntltl, TTT TIT T .
.vu uno. vv. VY . JDOn-
DR. B, H, WHITE,
Osteopath and Nerve Specialist. Grad
uate of tho American School of
Osteopathy, KIrksviUe, Mo., 1902.
Post-graduate and specialized It
nervous diseases at Los Angeles
College 1909. Treats acute and
chronic diseases. Consultation,
free. Office 17-18 Breyman Bldg.
Phone 859. Residence 346 North
Capitol St.; phono 469. 8-30-tf
THEO. M. BARR Plumbing, hot
wator and stoam heating and tin
ning, 164 Comercial street. Phone
Main 192. D-i-iv
OTTO MUELLHAUPT Plumbing,
noatlng, gas iuting; prices reas
onable; work guaranteed; eati-
fi:!6tf',rn,Bll0d Phone 87.
1066 Chomoketa street. 4-17-tf
H. G. MEYER & CO. Tho best and:
largest shop In the city. Sis
urst class barbors. Only first claaa
bootblack in city; porcelain baths,
and ovorylhlng pertaining to a first
class shop. Also carry a full Una
of cigars and tobacco and barbere
supplies. 162 Commercial street,
next door to Statesman office.
KODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 6246.
Meets very Thursday evening at
8 o clock in Holman hall A. E.
iianber, V. p.; F. A, Turner, clerk
WiDW 0P. WORLD-Meet ev
ery Friday night at 7:30 o'clock
in Holman hall. L. W. Acheson. O.
U., L. H. Fletcher. Clerk. 1-10-09
ELLIS & WOOD Real eatateT
loans and Insurance, notary pub
He. employment bureau. Phone
554. 476 Court street, Salem, Ore
gon. Ticket office Hamburg-American
Bteamship linos. 11-1-lyr
OASTO R I A