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IMUkit OAPITAIi JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1000.
may Have strength,
contains thf element necessary
fepiace weakness with strength.
case we refund the money paid us
G. W. PUTNAM CQ.,
Xho railroad commission 1b In re
ceipt of a number of petitions from
itlzons rcsldlngi n the vicinity of Al
bany and Hoover asking tho commls
eion to Intercede for them with tho
Cbrvalllp & Eastern Railroad Com
pany ror uio cstaDiisnment or a
straight passongor train botweon Al
bany and Hoover. Tho petitions aro
liberally signed, and they sot forth
tnat at present tho sorvico between
tho two points consists of a mixed
train, and a logging train, that Is a
monaco to tho safety of the pas
sengers which It carries.
, The potitlons aro accompanied by
a lector from 12. L. l'ayno, of Gates,
JOregoh,'- In -which ho states that the
companyfs contention Is that a
straight train between the two towns
,would not bo a paying Investment,
but contends that wore such a train
established it would bo liberally pat
ronized, and tho company is erron
eous In its contention that it would
not be remunerative Ho furtror
avers that tho residents of this sec
tion of tho state aro anxious bring
nbou tho development of tho coun
try, and that this Is almost Impos
slblo undor tho presont railroad sor
vico. Ho also dwolls upon tho fact
that tho presont method pursued by
tho company of carrying logs on cars
to .tho roar of tho passongor cars Is
anngorous to tho passengers.
' Tho commission has takon tho
matter undor consideration, but so
fnrhas takon no action, but oxpect
to In the near futuro.
To Otiro Cold In Ono Day.
Tako' LAXATIVE BROMO Qulnino
Tablots. Druggists refund monoy if
it falls to cure. E. W. GROVE'S
signature on each box. 2Bc TTS
. A Now Year's resolution: I re
solve to bo Bqunro with my neigh
bor; to lend a llttlo and borrow
.pss; to clean up old debts and
Jhoroaftor pay caBh; to niako my
monoy work for mo whllo I work
for monoy; to plan for and achiovo,
as far as I can, a bettor llfo, a bot
tor homo, a hotter neighborhood
herb and now.
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured.
With local applications, as thoy enn
not roa tho Boat or tho dlsoaBo. Ca
tarrh Is a blood or constitutional dls
coop, anil In order to euro It you must
toko Intornal remedies. Hull's Ca
tarrh Curo is takon Internally, and
acta directly on tho blood and mucous
surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Curo is npt
a quack modlclno. It was prescribed
by ono of tho best physicians In this
country for years and Is a regulnr
proscription It Is composed of tho
best tonics known, combined with tho
boat blood purifiers, noting dlruo i
on tho mucous surfacos. Tho porfoct
combination of tho two Ingrodtonta
1b what produces such wnnilarfni .
suits in curing Cntnrrh. Sond for I
testimonials froo. F. J. Chonoy & I
Co., Props., Toledo. O. Sold by drug
gists, price. 75c. Tako Hall's Family 1
rills for constlpntlon.
Real Estate Bargains
In Salem And Vicinity .
9-room modern dwelling, cornor lot on Court street, ono blook
from stnto house. $3,200.
7-room modorn houso and basement, good barn, noar Hast school.
Prlco $2,500, paynblo $300 oNsh and $20 per month on bal
ance. few 6-room plastorod houw and 14 lota. $3,000.
160 norosi, 8 mllon from Salem. 1 10 In cultivation; house and
barn and fine spring branch on placo. You will have to boo
this placo to approolato lu true value. Only $50 per aero.
17 Vt noroa throo-quartera of a mllo rrom Liberty; choicest laud
In thlH famous fruit section. 9 acres lu boarlng fruit, balance in
cultivation. $200 per noro.
20 acres four miles south; 11 aoroa in young fruit trees balance
In cultivation. $2500. J
acrea all In uulttvation, five milsa west, noar now railroad line,
$100 per acre.
Building lots lu all parts of tho city. Wo havo Just what you
H. A. JOHNSON & CO.
388 State St.Ground Floor
and renewed vitality.
to nourish every tissue and
Should it fail to do so in any J
for the medicine used. Please try it. -I
INSTALLING SHIELD IN
Workmen aro engaged in install
lng in tho capitol building tho shield
of tho battleship Oregon, whlcn Was
recontly prosonted to tho stato by
tho navy department. Tho figurehead
or shield covered tho prow of tho
battleship, and Is of beautiful pro
portions. Tho stars and whito stripes
aro of gilt, and tho remainder in col
or is bluo and whito. It Is fashioned
from tho heaviest of armor plate,
and, though less than six feet In
height, weighs nearly 1800 pounds
Tho shield was carried by the bat
tleship In Its memorable cruiso
around tho horn, and also when it
was in tho fight with Cervera's fleet
at Santiago. It is being installed In
tho capitol between tho two doors
which lead Into tho hall of represen
tatives. .. ,
Tho stato has also, been presented
by tho navy department with two
four-inch guns from tho Oregon, and
it is proposed to mount these also
and Install them in tho building,
For that Dull Feeling After Eating
I have usod Chamberlain's Stom
ach and liver tablots for somo time,
and can. testify that they have done
mo more good than any tablets I
have over usod. My trouble was a
heavy dull feeling after eating.
David Freeman, Kempt, Nova Scotia
These tablots strengthen the stom
ach and improvo the digestion. They
also regulate tho liver -and bowels,
They aro far superior to pills but
cost no more, pet a freo samplo at
all good drug stores and see what a
splendid medicine it Is.
, Wood Wanted.
Sealedi proposals will be received
by tho board of directors 'of School
District No. 24, Marlon county. Ore..
at tho office of the district clerk at
No. 388 Stato street, for wood, aa
East School 75 cords second
growth fltf and 25 cords oak or ash.
Garfield 55" cords second growth
Grant 45 cords second-growth fir
and 10 cords oak or ash.
High 80 to 100 cords second
Lincoln 5Q cords second growth
fir and 10 cords oak or ash.
Yow Par k- 70 cords second
growth fir and 10 cords oak or ash.
Englowood 50 cords second
Bids to bo oponed at clerk's ofllce.
Decombor 30, liuj, at 7:30 p. m.
Certified check of 10 per cent of
bid to acompany bid.
Successful bidders to furnish sat
Wood to bo dolivored on or boforo
Soptombor 1, 1910.
Board reserves tho right to re
ject any or all bids.
Dated: Salem, Ore., Doc. 17, 1909.
H. A. JOHNSON JR.,
12-l7-10t. District Clork.
Could Not Do Hotter.
No ono haB ovor mado a salvo, olnt
mont. lotion or balm to comparo with
Bucklon's Arnica Salvo. It's tho one
porfect hoalor of Cuts, Corns, Burns,
Bruises, Soros. Scalds, Bolls, Ulcors,
tectum, Salt Rheum. For Soro Eyes,
UoM Sores, Chapped lunula, it's su
promo. Infalllblo for Piles. Only
25c nt J. C. Porry.
O ASTO R I A
Tho Committee op Health and Po-
llco of tho Salem City Council
brought In Its report on tho charges
formulated against Chief of Police
Gfbson by tho Committee of Good
Citizenship League, headed by
Revs. Robinson, there was a dull,
sicKoning thud immediately follow
Tho report found that tho Police
Department .was somewhat derllect.
In duty. But there was no support
or tho charges made and tho report
wa8 adopted with perfectly sweet
For Eczema, Tetter and Salt Rheum
Tho Intense itching characteristic
of theso ailments is almost Instantly
auayea oy Chamberlaln'B Salve
Many severe cases havo been cured
by It. For sale by all good drug'
Tho New York Sun thinks .tho
sight of a president of tho United
States junketing down tho Misslss
IppI river a deplorable scene. Any
thing that threatens tho continued
supremacy of railroads would, In
tho opinion of tho Sun, bo deplora
Tills Is Worth Itemcmbcrlng.
Whenever you have a cough or
cold, just remember that Foley's
Honey and Tar will curo It. Remem
ber tho namo, Foley's Honey and Tar,
and refuse substitutes. J. C. Jerry.
Stato Reform School Supplies.
Sealed proposals are hereby invitetl
for furnishing tho Oregon Stato Re
form School with supplies for the six
months ending Juno 30, 1910. Said
supplies to consist of groceries, flour,
meats, leather and findings, otc. Lists
with specifications will be furnished
on application to tho superintendent.
All bids must bo in by December 28,
1909, and tho goods delivered by the
successful bidder by January 15,
1910. All goods must be In accord
ance wjth samples, in original pack
ages whore, possible.
N. H. LOONEY,
which cdmpletely cured me and now
I am as well as over." For Lung
Trouble, Bronchitis, Coughs and
Colds, Asthma, Croup and Whooping
Cough It's supreme. 50c and $1.00.
Trlnl bottle free. Guaranteed by J.
LOOK AT THOSE.
Good new 7-rom house and 1 4fine
lots; must bo sold at once. Inves
tigate. Small houso, flno woll, 10 lots, all
In fruit, near car line; snap.
100 acres, all In cultivation, good
houso, 2 barns, on good road, in
sight of Salem; teams, cows,
tools and hay; good farm, a bar
gain, all for $85 per acre.
80 acres, all oxtra land, god now
buildings, on good road, closo to
Snlom, closo to school, best home
nnd laud in 4 miles of Salem;
teams and nil goes. Seo A. C.
Smith & Co.
80 acres, all in cultivation, good
houso, 2 barns, 3-ncro orchard, on
good rond, 3 milos from station,
best buy in tho county, only $55
par aero. .
If you want vacant lots, fruit
orchards or vacant lands seo
A. O. SMITH & CO.,
11 Stato Street. Phonol507
I Boy a Home f
SO acres, 35 In cultivation, now
houso und barn, 9-acro or
chard, 4 mllos from town;
$50 por aero.
60-acro tlmbor tract, 2 mllos
from town, $40 per aero,
more than onough wood to
pay for It.
26 aoros, 2 Yj miles oast of Sa
lem, lino prairio laud, ouly
$14 per acre.
If you aro look'ng for Invest
ments that mako you monoy
Derby & Willson f
My list may contain exactly what
you want. T. O. JORY,
205 Com'l St, Salem. Or.
Proposals for Wood for Stato Institu
tions. The Boards of Trustees of tho sev
eral state institutions, located at or
near tho city of Salem, Invito sealed
bids for wood for tho year 1910, as
4500 cords of first and second
growth fir, to be delivered at Oregon
Stato Insane Asylum.
1500 cords of first and second
growth fir, to be delivered at Oregon
State Insane Asylum cottage arm
1300 cords first and second
crowth fir. 100 cords of grub oak, to
bo delivered at Oregon Stato Peniten
650 cords of first and second
erowth fir (first growth preferred)
to bo delivered at tho Stato Institu
tion for Feeble Minded.
450 cords of first and second
growth fir, to bo delivered at Capitol
650 cords of first and second
growth fir and 50 cords of grub oak,
to be delivered at Oregon Stato Re
135 cords of slab wood, 5 cords of
grub oak and 10 cords of first growth
fir. to be delivered at Oregon Stato
400 cords of first and second
growth fir, to bo delivered at Oregon
School for Deaf Mutes (new loca
tion). Switch connections with tho South
ern Pacific Company enables bidders
to deliver wood in carload lots at the
Oregon State Insane Asylum and Pen
Sealed bids will be received for all
or any part of the above. Cord wood
must be cut while green from souna
timber, four feet long, reasonably
straight, and well seasoned, deliv
ered as designated at or near the
places designated, closely corded with
Each bid must be accompanied by
a certified check, payable to the
clerk, or cash equal to 25 cents per
cord, to be forfeited to tno state as
damages in case the bidder receiving
he award shall fall to execute a con
tract to deliver the wood and furnish
a satisfactory bond. Successful bid
ders will be required within ten days
after .notification of acceptance of bid
to enter Into a contract to furnish a
satisfactory bond. Bidders should be
careful to stato in their bids the
namo of the Institution and tho kind
and number of cords to be furnished.
Bids must be sealed in envelopes, en
dorsed "Proposals for wood," and ad
dressed to the undersigned. Any
further information may be had of
The right to reject any or all bids,
or any part of a bid, and to waive de
tects In any bids, if It be deemed to
the Interest of the state to do so, !s
reserved by tho Boards of Trustees.
Bids will bo opened at the Execu
tive Chambers, Stato Capitol, Salem,
Oregon, on December 20, 1909, at 3
By order of the Board of Trustees
of the above-Institutions.
C. N. M'ARTHUR, Clerk.
Thn iroosn hnnes hich in many
homes this year; sometimes too
high to bo reached.
BECIITEL & BYNON'S BARGAINS.
We havo bargains In lota, houses and
farms, and if you will let us know
your needs, wo can fix you up.
DroD in and get acquainted.
82-foot lot on wldo street for only
$250; $5 down, balance $5 per
month. No Interest.
I 66-foot lot on Fourth street for $300.
This is cheap.
Throo good lots In Falrmount Park
for $650. Terms.
! Six-room house and two lots not far
out for $800 cash, good and cheap.
Good 6-room houso on good Btreet
for $2000; $1000 down, balance
flvo years. Worth moro money.
$1100 buys fivo acres fino fruit land.
Part down, balanco in small
Wo havo twonty acres of good land
on good road for oxchango for a
houso and lot lu Snlom. Vnluo
only $100. What havo you to ox
chango? IlKOHTEL & MINTON,
437 State Street. Ground Floor
GEO. O. SAVAGE
For Farms and City
135 S. COMMERCIAL ST.
Now 4-room houso, pan try and clos
et, lot 50x150, on Falrmount nvo. :
$650, on installment plan.
One houso on High stroot, 5 rooms,
barn, lot 40x176; $1150.
Four-room houso on South 15th
stroot, largo lot, $1500.
Ono houso with 5 rooms, corner of
16th and Bollviou; $1500.
Ono houso with 5 rooms on Waller
street. Yow Park; $1200.
All kinds of olty and country prop
J. O. SJCIIULTZ & CO.,
490 Stato Street. Salem, Ore.
Tho Correct Tiuio
to stop a cough or cold Is Just as
soon as it starts then thero will be
no danger of pneumonia or consump
tion. Just a fow dosen of Ballard's
Horohound Syrup taken at the start
will stop the cough. If It has been
running on for soma time the treat
ment will be longer, but the cure la
sure. Sold by all dealers.
Gapital Journal "Want Ads" Bring
One cent a word 'or first Insertion,
joe-half cent a woid for each Insertion
thereafter. No advertisement taken 'or
- than 25c Cunt six words to the
r'OR SALE Good 1 If. P. Staver
gaRollne engine, cheap. Inquire
at 178 South Liberty St. 5-22-tf.
FOR SALE Threshing outfit, con
sists of 20-Lorscpower double cy
linder engine and 36-60 Reed's
separator, all of the latest make.
Thero 1b a Parcon'o feeder. Per
fection velgher and Farmer's
Friend Slower. Price reasonable
and terms easy. Apply to J. J. i
Iangmack, Albany. Homo phone
FOR SALE New 2-room house and
lot, furnished, $350, unfurnished,
$275; $50 down, $10 per month.
See owner, corner 21st and Fred
erick street. Ono block north of
Asylum avenue. 12-7-lm
FOR SALE Nice home, well im
proved, five-room cottage, gooa
well, largo lot. Inquire at 129b
Fir and Miller street. 12-1 7-lm
A SNAP- Six-room modern cottage,
See it, 1595 Stato street.
FOR SALE Dry wood, sawed to
order. Phone 1U25. saiem wooa
Company. 12-2 0-lm
IF YO UARE Wanting help of any
kind see A. C. Smith & Co., real
estate and employment ofllce, 544
State street. Phone 1507. 10-30-tf
WANTED Team to keep for their
feed, heavy onough for farm
work, good care and plenty of
feed. F. D. Thlelscn. Phone Farm
er 50x2, RIckreall, Ore., or H. W.
Thtelsen, Salem, care Tillson &
Co., Salem, Ore. 12-9-tf
COAL OIL, GASOLINE And Dis
tolate delivered to private families
In any quantity, to any part of the
city. Starr Oil Co. Phono 1729.
TO EXCHANGE For city property
in Salem, 38 acres of good land,
under fence, two miles from Dal
las, 480 Stato street. Address box
248 Salem. 12-18-3t
Ignorance and supeistitlon com
bined with Intense selfishness cjn
a'iiules tho greatest ons'i-- j with
which civilization ha3 to jnit'tnl.
P. S. I believe a candidate for Gov
enor should agree to ac-ai the "u
stitutlonal salary only.
What ho Aggers on Is right;
It's the livin' ot comes onory!
Coughs that are tight, or tickling,
got quick and certain help from Dr.
Shoop's Cough Remedy. On this ac
count druggists everywhere aro favor
ing Dr. Shoop's Cough Remedy. The
ender leaves of a harmless luug-heal-Ing
mountainous shrub give to Dr.
Shoop's Cough Remedy Its curative
properties. Those leaves have the
power to calm tho most distressing
Cough, and to soothe, and heal the
most sensitive bronchial membrane.
Mothers should, for safety's sake, al
ways demand Dr. Shoop's. It can
with perfect freedom bo given to
even tho youngest babes. Test it
once yourself, and see! Sold by Cap
ital Drug Store.
Says a practical ' farmer: , "Buy
tho manure spreader first and tho
piano will como easier."
Tho old fashioned way of dosing
a weak stomach, or stimulating the
Hoart or Kidneys Is all wrong. Dr.
Snoop first pointed out this error.
This is why his prescription Dr.
Shoop's Restorative is directed en
iroly to tho causo of these ailments
tho weak inside or controlling nerves.
It Isn't so difficult, says Dr. Sboop,
to strengthen a woak Stomach, Heart
or kidneys, If ono goes at it correct
ly. Each inside organ has its con
trolling or inside nervo. When these
nerves fail, then those organs must
surely faltor. Theso vital truths aro
leadiug druggists overywhoro to dis
pense and rocommond Dr. Shoop's
Restorntlvo. Test It a few days ana
soo! Improvement will promptly and
surely follow. Sold by Capital Drug
Iu Englaud ono mnn in overy 37
Is a pauper. Tho path of glory leads
to tho workhouse.
O ASTO R I A
Sold In Salm by Dr. S. C. Stan
PAINTERS, PAPER HANGERS
PAINTER AND PAPER SANGER
Estimates mado and first class
work done. I. D. Driver, BIT
North Capital street, Salem, Or
Phono 926. 6-26-tC
KENNEDY & PORTER 130 Llber
ty street. Phono 485. Dealers m
Oregon Sienna (Salem - mado)
paint, wallpaper and all lntorior
furnishings. Painting, papering
and all manner of interior work
done prompt"- In first class style
at moderate prices. 8-5-tf
CAPITAL BAKERS Bread, cake,
pics, und all kinds of pas tries'
cookies, etc. Watch for our wag
on. Phono 954. Radeck &
BUTTERNUT BREAD It Is worth
moro than any other . bread, yet
the prlco is no higher. For sale
at your grocer's. California Bak
ery, Thomas & Cooloy. Props.
EXPRESS WAGON General dray
lng. Furniture and piano mov
ing. Phone Main 465. Freds
Schindler, 365 State street Horse
for sale. 8-12-tf
SALEM TRANSFER CO. Succes
sors to Cummins Tranfer Co. Ali
kinds of transfer work done.
Furniture moved and pianos boxed!
ready to ship. Prompt service
our motto, 253 South Commercial
Btreet. Phone 210. 10-13-tf
BUTTE & WENDEROTE Fine,
wines, liquors and cigars. Wo han
dle tho colobrated Kellogg and
Castle whiskies. Cool and re
freshing beer constantly on draught
South Commercial St. 9-3-lyr
SALEM WATER COMPANY Office,
city hall. For water service apply
at ofllce. Bills payable monthly
G, F, MASON BOX COMPANY
247 Mlll'T street, South Salem,
manufacturers of all kinds of
boxes, crates and fruit dryer ac
cessories. Phone 308. t
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 houso building, r6om 9
Phone 1100. Pupils may receive
lessons either in their home or at
the studio. 9-ll-3mi
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES
Old Postofllce stables, at 254 Fer
ry EtTcet, between Commercial
and Front. Telephone 188. Some
of the finest liveries in the city
an be found here. W. W. John
DR. B. H. WHITE,
Osteopath and Nervo Specialist. Grad
uate of the American School of!
Osteopathy, Kirksville. Mo., 1902.
Post-graduate and specialized Im
nervous diseases at Los Angeles
College 1909. Treats acute and
chronic diseases. Consultation
free. Office 17-18 Breyman Bids.
Phone 859. Residence 346 North
Capitol St.; phone 469. 8-30-tr
THEO. M. BARR Plumbing, hot
water aad steam heating and tin
ning, 164 Comerclal street. Phone
Main 192. 9-1-ly
OTTO MUELLHAUPT Plumbing,
heating, gas nt ing; prices reas
onable; work guaranteed; estl
mtaes firniBhcd. Phono 373.
1066 Chomoketa street. 4-17-tf
H. G. MEYER & CO. Tho best and
largest shop in tho city. Six
first class barbers. Only first claee
bootblack In city; porcelain baths,
and everything pertaining to a first
class shop. Also carry a full line
of cigars anu tobacco and barbers'
supplies. 162 Commercial street,
next door to Statesman ofllce.
HODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 5246.
Meets every Thyrsi a j evening at
8 o'clock In Holma. ball. A. B.
Banber V. C; F. A. Turner, clerk
WOODMEN OF WORLD Meet ev
ery Friday night at 7:30 o'clock
in Holman ball. L. W. Achoson, O
C.; L. H. Fletcher. Clerk. 1-10-09
ELLIS & WOOD Real estate,
loans and Insurance, notary pub
lic, employment bureau. Phone
654. 476 Court street, Salem, Ore
gon. Ticket ofllce Hamburg-American
steamship lines. 11-1-lyr
Steamers Pomona and Oregon
leavo for Portland Monday, Wednes
day and Friday at 10 a. m., Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday at 6 a.
m. For Corvallis, Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday about 6:30 p. no.
M. P. BALDWIN, Agt,