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BAKGM, OB&XOT. ;WED;ffE3DA"r DECE2tmEI 3, 10,09
I Coffee I
I Quality clean perfect I
Your grocer will grind It I
I to "flP roun at ?ome not I
A Reliable Remedy
Ely's Cream Balm
it qutcklv absorbed
Glvet Relic! at Once.
It cleanses, soothes,
heals and protects
the diseased mem.
hranb resulting from Catarrh and drives
away aUold m tlieHeaa quickly, JKestores
the Senses of Taste and Smell. Fall size
CO cts. at Druggists or by mail. Liquid
dream lialm for use in atomizers 70 cts.
Ely Brothers. 56 Warren Street, New York.
- Call and try them. Meals 15c.
Board per week $2.75 ! nlso fur
nished rooms very reasonable,
: COURT STREET
9 DCOT A I TO A MT T
For a F.egular
! 25c Dinner at 20c i
xney can e oe ueau
McOILCHRIST & SON
-In considering making your own
light, or cooking, why not cons'
the F. P. Gas Machine and
Will soli and Install tb'
and guarantee It to glvf
cent more light for the
than electricity or city gab
figure with you, estimates furnished.
Call at my shop and see the lights
and stores in operation.
I also carry PYRO DENATURED
ALCOHOL utilities. Safe, economi
A. L FRASER
858 State St.
Headquarters for Woven Wire
Fencing, Hop wire, Barb Wire,
Poultry Netting, Shingles, Mal
thbid Roollng, P. & B. Ready
CDAS. D. HLLLIOilN
260 Court St.
Gold Dust Flour
Made by the SYDNEY POWER
COMPANY, Sydney, Oregon.
Made for Family Use.
Ask your grocer for it. Bran
and Shorts always oa hand.
P. B. WALLACE, Agt
CHICHESTER S PILLS
blAfiUM) JIIIAM 1MLLH. fortS
ran k own u Bat, 5 lot. AJ wj UitM
SOiD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
5jre p 13 Fool
Proof 1 x Proof
Salem Fence Works
your itbicui K IV
asd UI4 BiilllcV
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(Cottage Grove Leader.)
A branch of the Deutschen Spre
chen Vereln, which organization has
twenty-sevon verelns in the state of
Oregon with a membership of over
18,000, was instituted in Cottage
Grove last night by the Rev. Z. Hopf
of Salem, H. Vensko was elected
president; B. Lurch vice-president;
John Graber, secretary, and A.
Hamloth schatzmelster. Another
meeting will be held next Sunday af
ternoon for the purpose of admitting
other members, and to further per
fect the organization.
The primary object of the Duet
Bchen Sprechen Verein is the band
ing together of German-Americans
to perpetuate the mother tongue In
conversation and song, and for so
clal Intercouso. There is also a per
sonal liberty feature. The organlza
tion has headquarters In Portland.
Accompanying Rev. Hopf to Cot
tage Grovie were F. W. Heyser, Aug.
Kehrberger, W. Hamburg and A. W
Anderigg all of Salem. These gen
tlemen formed a quartet and ren
dered a number of songs during the
evening, which were greatly appre
ciated. Those signing the constitu
tion were: H. venske, John Gra
ber, Chas. Fahremald, A. E. Ham-
loth, R. Gerisch, Don Bluer, L,
Kempff, Geo. Atkinson,' Joha H,
Bartels, G. Graber, H. C. Madsen, B,
Lurch, Lew A. Cates, Miss Anna
Rhode, Mrs E. Fahrtemald, Robert-
ina Anlauf, Eleza Bluer, E. Born,
ABOUT ROAD BUILDING
Turner, Or., Doc. 20, 1909.
At the county road meeting of the
lGth and 17th there were various
ideas on tho plan of road construc
tion. Also on ways and means of
raising funds for same. But of all
these to meet the present "needs" of
tho various road districts, was the
final point to be settled. That the
county court could see their way to
expend the four-mills levy that was
ordered at said road meeting In a
way that would be satisfactory to all
parts of the county. The one great
question with the court is a uniform
basis or plan of work.
I have a few suggestions to make
that I think are worth considering.
Now I shall speak for the county
as a whole: First, say wo have four
mills, or any amount the county may
liovy. Then those road districts that
make a special levy to grade-rock,
both coarse and fine rock, and finiBh
their roads as far as tho money will
go. Put in cement tiling for small
creeks and water outlets, the tiling
to be paid for by said road district.
the county crushing the rock and
rolling same out of the county fund.
Then in districts whero special
taxes are levied, and no rock IB ac
cessible at the present time, uses all
the money, the same as in districts
where no levy is made by the dis
Make all grades on road with dirt
only. Put in cement tiling or dram
age, and be sure not to make the
road bed to wide but what there W"l
be a good slope each way from the
centter of said road. Then on an
dirt roads of this kind the county
court ordered tho King road drag to
be used the following winter.
when even tho road gets small tracks
from the travel on it. So tho water
stands, use tho drag, then in a
short time again. If much travel UBe
it again. Keep it up all winter, one
drag can be used on two miles of
road very conveniently. When spring
comes you will be surprised indeed
to see what good roads' you have had
all winter, solid roads, no ruts, mud
holes, etc, and at a minimum cost
Should tho present county court
adopt a plan of this kind and put it
in force this spring they would have
gone a long way in solving thiB great
question. It is all practical under
oUr present laws and conditions.
Every district can build permanent
roads, according to their means and
materials at hand.
Now, in conclusion, we will soon
have electric lines through the coun
ty, by some stone quarry, then rock
can be put in those districts that
need it, at a very small cost.
C. H. TAYLOR,
Who Switched the Bottles?
The next time Sheriff Minto, Billy
Esch, Waters and tho rest of the
gang who live in a wet town, sub
stitute a bottle of typhoid fever for
an equal amount of good wine
which one of our prohl citizens had
bought to bring home to his wife
(?) it Is going to make trouble, and
lots of it. Fair warning! Jefferson
Coughs that are tight, or tickling,
get quick and certain help from Dr.
Bhoop's Cough Remedy. On this ac
count druggists everywhere are favor
ing Dr. Shoop's Cough Remedy. The
ender leaves of a harmless lung-healing
mountainous shrub give to Dr.
Shoop'a Cough Remedy its curative
properties. Those leaves have the
power to calm the most distressing
Cough, and to soothe, and heal the
most sensitive bronchial membrane.
Mothers should. Xor safety's sake, al
ways demand Dr. Shoop's. It can
with perfect freedom be given to
even the youngest babes. Teat It
once yourself, and seel Sold by Cap
ital Drag .Store
THE INDIGESTION OF
AVcnk, Sickly nna Emanclpateti
Boys and Girls Usually Victims
of Chronic- Dyspepsia.
During tho developmental, or
growing period of life, tho stomach
is under greater strain than, in an
other epoch, for the reason that
bodily growth is rapid in' children,
and the system requires a consider
able amount of material to construct
new tissue a much greater amount
than after full growth has been at
tained. In the adult, all that Is required
is a sufficient quantity of food to
rebuild the worn-out old tissues,
but in children, an extra amount of
woll-dlgested nutritious food Is nec
essary to build up strong muscle,
bone, cartilage, teeth, nerve, blood
Well-fed children with strong di
gestions, Invariably grow to bo
largo, powerful, healthy men and
women, with sound minds and
sound bodies; while children who
are sickly, nervous, peevish, irrita
ble, and continually "tired-out," are
nearly always victims of indigestion,
and novor atttnin their full growth,
or an average amount of strength,
unless the stomach weakness is
cured before reaching adult life.
During the adolescent, or forma
tive period of life, parents should
make ovory effort to build up their
children, so that good health, a
strong constitution, and an abun
dance of vim,, vigor, vitality and
9nergy may be an inheritance in la
ter years. Too often the mistake
is made of attempting to build up
tho bodtes of weak, sickly children
ny dosing them with nervo and
blood tonics, or tho emulsion of cod
liver oil, which tend to upset the
stomach and thus make matters
STUAKT'S DYSPEPSIA TABLETS
will build up and strengthen weak,
sickly, under-developed and slow-
growing children, by digesting their
food thoroughly and assisting in its
absorption and assimilation. They
digest food of every kind very com
pletely, including the vitalizing al
bumen of eggs, the fibrin of meats,
the casein of milk and cheese, and
tho carbo-hydrates of bread, rice, po
tatoes, etc., so that the system is
supplied with all tho material which
is essential to construct large bone,
heavy muscle, strong nerves, awtell
developed brain, rich, red blood, and
plenty of sound, healthy flesh, pro
ducing broad shoulders and a goodly
neignt ana general development.
If you deslne tb have your chil
dren grow up big, strong, healthy
and powerful in mind and body, see
that their digestion is kept strong
and efficient, and if found weak, give
them Stuart's Dyspepcia Tablets af
ter each meal, In order that they
may get the full benefit of the food
they eat, and you will be rewarded
by seeing them attain a far bettor
than average development, and be
sides you may be , saved many a
doctor s bill.
' Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are for
sale by all druggists,, price fifty
cents. A free sample will be sent
you, if your name and address is
forwarded to the F. A. Stuart Com
pany, 150 Stuart Bldg., Marshall,
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured.
With local applications, as they can
not rea the seat of the disease. Ca
tarrh is a blood or constitutional dis
ease, and in order to cure It you 'must
take Internal remedies. Hall's Ca
tarrh Cure 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 the best physicians in this
country for years and is a regular
prescription. It is composed of the
best tonics known, combined with tho
best blood purifiers, acting directly
on tho mucous surfaces. Tho, perfect
combination of the two ingredients
Ib what produces such wondorful re
sults in curing Catarrh. Send for
testimonials free. F. J. Cheney &
Co., Props., Toledo, O. Sold by drug
gists, price, 75c. Take Hall's Family
fins lor constipation.
River Going Down.
As the result of tho cold weather
which prevails now to tho comforta.
blVi knowledge of Salem people, tho
Willamette river at this point is re
ceding rapidly. Tho old stream
stands today at six foot above low
water mark, , but -within a few days,
should the present cold snap con
tinue, tho water will be down three
or four feet
For that Dull Feeling After Eating
i nave uboq fjnamboriain's Stom
ach and liver tableta for some time,
and oan testify that thoy have done
me more good than any tablets I
have ever used. My trouble was a
heavy dull feeling after eating.
David Freeman, Kempt, Nova Scotia.
Those tablets strengthen tho stom
ach and Improve the digestion. They
also regulate the liver and bowels.
They are far superior to pills but
cost no moro. Get a free sample at
all good drug stores and see what a
splondld medicine it is.
Try a Journal Want ad.
Foley's Honey and Tar is the best
and safest cpugh remedy for chlidron
At tho first symptoms of a cold, give
as directed, and ward off danger of
croup, bronchitis, soro throat, cold in
the head, and stuffy breathing. It
brings comfort and ease to the little
ones. Contains no opiates or other
harmful drugs, Koep always on hand,
and refuse substitutes. J. c. Ferry.
, The proud, strutting turkey gob'
blor, and even tho more modest tur
key hen, will be a Christmas neces
sity of much value this year. Any
old turkey is demanding 30 cents per
pound for his scalp, and, from the
present indications, it Ib predicted
that thoy will call for a atlll higher
price before the last fatal day, Fri
Tho Thanksgiving holidays prac
tically consumed all the moat avail
able turkeys, although there are yet
many of them alive In this vicinity.
The farmers and other peoplo who
make a business of raising turkeys
are not anxious to disposo of their
stock of fowls, and tho local markets
are negotiating with farmers in tho
outlying districts for turkoys.
Thanksgiving turkeys demanded 25
cents per pound, or five cents lower
than the present market quotations.
Geese and ducks seem to bo the pop
ular fowl for Christmas feasts, and
Salem dealers In poultry aro dispos
ing of many of them. Geese sell for
22 cents, while chlckona are quoted
at 25 cents. Ducks aro on a par
Up to the present time the demand
for turkeys and other ChristmnB
dinner eatables, in the way of" fowl,
has not been ' very persistent, and
the general concensus of opinion Is
that the Salem Dublic will adopt tho
old-style of "cheekon" pie, rather
than Invest in the dear old turkoys.
In any event, the local Christmas
enthusiasts aro making grand prep
aration for celebrating the Yulotlde
event, and thero will bo many mouth
watering repasts Berved, bqth in. tho
homes of the rich and tho poor.
BAD KIDNEYS CAUSE
OF BLADDER MISERY
No man or woman here whose
kidneys aro out-of-order, or who Bur
ners from backache or bladder mis
ery, can afford to leave Pape'B Diur
After taking several doses, all
pains in .the back, pldes or lolna,
rheumatic twinges. nervousness
headache, sleeplessness, inflamed or
swollen eyelids, dizziness, tired or
worn-out feeling and other symp
toms of clogged, sluggish kidneys
Uncontrollable urination (espec
ially .at night), smarting, discolored
water and all bladder misery ends.
- The moment you suspect the
slightest Mdney or bladder disorder,
or feel rheumatism pains, don't con
tinue to be miserable or worried,
but get a fifty-eent treatment of
Pape's-DIuretic from your druggist
and start taking as directed, with
the knowledge that there is no othor
medicine, at any price, mado any
where else in tWo world, which is so
harmless or will effect so thorough
and prompt a cure.
This unusual preparation goes di
rect to tho cause of troublo, dis
tributing itB cleansing, healing and
vitalizing influence directly upon
tiro organs and glands affected and
completes the cure beforo you real-
A few days' treatmont of Pape's
Diuretic means cloan, health, ac
tivo kldnoys. bladder and urinary
organs and you Cool fine.
Your nhvsiclan. pharmacist bank-
or or any mercantile agency will toll
you that Pape, Thompson & Papo, of
Cincinnati, Is a large and responsi
ble medicine concern, thoroughly
worthy of your confldonco.
Accmept only Pape's Diuretic fif
ty-cent treatment from any drug
store anywhere in tho world.
Aro Now Notaries.
Notarial commissions havo boon
issued to tho following persons;
Henry Epperson, Estacada; Aaron
Frazler, Dufur; Anllur A. Murphy
and Daniel E. Powers, Portland; D.
Chesley Bontcs, Taft; and J. E. Sib
Could Not Bo Better.
No one has ovor mado a salvo, oint-
mont, lotion or balm to compare with
Bucklen'o Arnica Salve. It's tho one
perfect healer of Cuts, Corns, Burns,
Bruises, Sores, Scalds, Bolls, Ulcers,
Eczema, Salt Rheum. For Sore Eyes.
Cold Bores, Chapped hands, it's su
preme. Infallible for Piles. Only
25o at J. 0. Perry.
"In Wyoming" Not ft Melodrama.
Love, pathos, treachery and ro-
tribution, with a final happy out
come, aro tho main elements of "In
Wyoming," a breezy, ideallc comedy
drama of tho Northwest, which will
appear at the Grand Opera Houso,
Friday night, Decorabor 24. Tho
story is ono of absorbing interest,
Interpreted by a largo first class
company, and mounted with realis
tic stage seUinga and elaborate cos.
turaos. Thfc play is in four acts,
and comprises a bright sunny sum
mer on a ranch near Caspor, Wyora-
iug. i no piny is ireo irom exagger
ated and impossible nonsense, such
as aboqnds only too. often in west-,
em plays. There Is bq much good In
In Wyoming" that on ono wonders
at tho extraordinary success which
the. piece has enjoyed. It Js all
cloan and wholesome. Its atmos
phere Jo refreshing and there is
no tb frig suggestive, in the story It
unfolds. Seat sales start tomorrow
morning at 9 o'elook.
I 4 v n Te LIver Sluggish
Tfllgn- It's Time to Take
That grand, old, time-tested remedy
In boxes with full
I iTi 1 1 1 i. rrTTTTTThTj
iui uuul, 3 eh DENT,
the Stomachs nndBoMM
ncss and Rest.ContaIn$iieltter
Ophiiu.Mornhlnc nor Mineral.
Ancrfecf Remedy forCtmsnna-
Hon , Sour Stoiuach.Dlantoca
ncss andLossoF Sleep.
Facsimile Signature of
I i I HI III ! I
iuarantccd under ilw I
Exact Copy of Wrapper,
Wants n Now School House.
A potition Is being circulated lo
cally for tho erection of i high
school In Stayton, to cost $10,000,
paymonta to bo mado by voting
bonds against tho dlsUict, This is
a needed institution, ns witness tho
ovorcrowdod condition of tho uppor
A Thrilling Rescue.
How Bort B. Lean, of Ohony,
Wash., was saved from a frightful
death is a Btory to thrill the world.
"A hard cold," ho writes, "brought
on a desperate lung troublo that baf
fled an expert doctor bore. Then I
paid 910 to 15 a visit to a lung
specialist in Bpokano, who did not
help me. Then I wont to Califor
nia, but without bonoflt. At last I
used Dr. King'e New Discovery,
' ' no ' -
Por'InianvS and Children.
Hit Kind You Havt Always Bought
Hie Stomach is Sick
' The Bowels Clogged
The Blood Impure
The Skin Sallow
direction, 10c. and 25c
flor Infants and Children,
The Kind You Have
TMt GtNTAUft 6JtlANV. M1W OHA OmT-
Santa Claiis In an
a would rovol In tho Bnowflake col
or and ico-crystal finish of our flno
laundry work, and only onco a year
does ho sco such oxqu'sito finish laid
on colars, cuffs and shirts as ho does
when ho visits tho Salem Laundry
Co. Our woolens are always deliv
ered soft and sweot and full size as
sent to us. A connolsour on flno
laundry work must always admire the
beauty of that done at tho
Salem Laundry Co.
Phono 25. 230.200 S Liberty St.
New Line of
I havo Just recolved a now line of
Baby Shoes In all colors. These will
make nice Chrlsttmas presents.
Warm felt Slippers for Ladies. Also
Slippors for Men and Boys. A full
rllno of flno Dress Shoes. Call in
and soo , my. lino.
115 Liberty St. Salem, Ore.
Phono 44 Main. 147 N. High i
C. W. YANNKE
THE FASHION STABLES
Cabs and Livery. All ftlgs
Modorn Kubhur l'ii
GHEAT Cll NKS1C DOC i ill
L. M. 11 J M
has medicine which will cure uu
known disease, no makes a Bpeclult?
of and gu .rantees to euro Catarrh
Asthma, Lung, Throat, Rheumatism
Dobllity, Stomach, Liver, Kldnej
troubles; also any blackened or
Hwollon eoronoss, broken limbs,
Smallpox, Epidemic; all kinds of
Bolls, Lost Manhrod, Female Weak
ness, Hernia Troubles and Paralysis
onsultation free. Care of Vlck St
Tong Co., Chinese drugs and herba
168 High street, upstairs, Salem, Or.
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