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DAILY CAPITA! jrODRNAJU SALEM, OREGON. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 13, 1010.
GREATEST OF AMERICAN MAN
AGERS OP AMERICAN TALENT
GOES TUB LIMIT OK EXPRES
SION IN INDORSING MARION'S
America never produced so wise
and farseolng a manager of talent
and genius as the lata Major J. B.
Pond, tlio head of the world's famous
Pond's Lyceum Buroau, under whoss
auspices, during the life of Its found
er, the greatest men and women of
every country wero presented to the
American people. Thus the following
letter to the great editor will 1)0 6f
New York, Nov.' 14, 19 01.
Arthur Brisbane, Esq.,
Dear Sir: Please pardon my pro
gumption In hurrying to write you of
the affair at our house last ovonlng. I
wish you might have been Uioro to
have seen and heard Mr. Davenport.
I will try to enlighten you; as a lec
turer, he Is simply poorless, and I be
lieve as oflectlvo and eloquont with
his voico as with his pencil; and such
a mognlflcont porsonallty and child
ish simplicity and powor of oxprosalon
I have novor boforo witnessed. He
' scld as intelligent and refined an au
dlonco as ever he saw or ovor will
see spellbound for an hour and a half
wholly unconscious of.tho effect ho
was producing; not tho slightest el
tort for oratorical offoct; almost on-
tlrely without gesture; with a voico
as sllvory and charming as that of tho
lato Wendoll Phillips. It Is impos
sible to predict tho success that muBt
be In store for this young genius. Ho
is tho best equipped man for wloldlng
an lnfluonco wider and moro potont
iu all contomporary roforms than any
man of his time. So it soems to mo
from my acquaintance with him.
'l am writing of Davenport as I
could not wr,ito of any man I know
or have ovor known, oxcoptlng Honry
Ward Beochor, to whom I had tho
prlvllogo and honor of being tho
nearest friend during tho last 11'
years of his llfo, and who diod in
my arms. I am, yours onthusiasticnl
1, and dead earnestly,
J. D. POND.
Hundreds of others havo written
equally strong endorsements of Dav
enport, but why repeat thorn have
we not followed tho bright lines of
- his poncll In his lnimltablo cartoons?
Havo wo not rojolcod in his successes,
and doubly rejoiced bocauso he was
our own Marlon county "kid?" And
besides, wo are all going to see him,
and his work, both Thursday and
Friday nights. Boats now on salo at
UNITED MUSH UU8KD WtllB.
St, Paul, April 13. Tho strlko of
tho switchman on 13 railroads of tho
Northwost has boon doclorod off of
ficially. Prosldont Hawloy, of tho
switchman, today doolarod tho men
would go back "unconditionally," ,
The announcement was tnudo nftor
a count of tho votoa of tho various lo
cals on tho proposition of returning
to wqrk. Tho decision to go back to
work dooB not moan the falluro of tho
strike, howevor, according to Haw
ley. The swltohmen have boon granted
an inorouso of three routs an hour,
m recommended by tho federal arbi
tration board. The strlkors In Ohlon
go, who agroad to remain at work
pendlug arbitration, received this In
crease from February 10.
, Wost of Billings, Mont., the In
oroaso amounts to flvo cents por hour.
Tho swltchmon's utriko Is four
months old. Tho switchmen Iu tho
Twin Cities wero tho first to go out.
and tho hoavlost lose was recorded
Portland's Popular Fire-Proof
Our Rathskeller Grill finest dining service In city, with
Hawaiian orchestra from 6 to 12 p, m,
Most perfectly furnished, Moderate Priced, Modern
Hostlery in the metropolis of the Northwest.
ANNEX IS NOW OPEN
. Our capacity has boon doubled and our bus will
hereafter meet trains No, 6, and train Not 2, flmlted,
Oregon Electric that arrivo In Portland at lOsoo am.
and 4s55 Pi m.
M. C DICKINSON, Manager
there. It Is estimated that tho strike
cost tho railroads and tho shippers
of tho Northwest sovoral million dol
lars. Tho heaviest loss was In Min
neapolis and St. Paul, whero, for sov
oral days, traffic was almost com
pletely tied up, and whore, for a long
time, tho railroads wore unable to
bandlo all tho freight given them,
' SUNNY SIDE SUNBEAMS.
Sunnyslde, Ore., April 11. Tho
farmers and frultmen are very busy
these days plowing, tho ground be
ing in excellent condition. Spring
crops are coming on in good shape.
The health of tho community in
not so good, overybody has a cold.
A good many attended tho Horse
Pair Frldny nnd Saturday, though
the woather did not look very prom
ising. II. Ilelmer haft concerts most
evory day on their new phonograph.
Wo see fnrmers hauling baled liny
from Snlom that cost $22,00 por ton.
Say, Mr. Farmer, you will go bank
rupt at that biz.
Our Road Overseer in District
.27 1-2 Is Monroe Nye, Instead of
Wm. Nyo, as appeared In our former
Mm. Samuel Nowby passed away
at their country homo hero at Sun
nyslde, instoad of at their homo In
Salqm, us tho papors reported. Mrs.
Nowby camo out tho day before sho
died. Sho wus talking with Mrs.
Gilbert ovor tho phone and fell.
Mrs. Gllbort, hearing tho receiver
drop, know somothlng had happened
and phoned Mrs. Wost'to go at onco.
She did so and found her unconscl
iouB on tho floor. Mr. Nowby was
'out, but close to tho house. Sho
died two hours later.
Tho Rural Tolophono meeting at
tho Rosodnlo School House last week
was well attended; The controversy
ovor rates and service was gone Into
pretty thoroughly Wo will give
moro lator on,
Preaching and Sunday School at
tho Friends Church each Sunday at
10 o'clock, Rov. Dillon, pastor.
IT LOOKS LIKE
A LYNCHING BEE
FOR THE NEGROES
Meridian, Conn., April 13. With
a big mob Of angry whites surround
ing their refuge- and crying for their
lives, two negroes nro barricaded In
(ho cellar of the county Jail here.
Both nro armed with revolvers.
Tom OINoll, ono of the negroes,
shot and killed formor Shorlff J. R.
Tomplo this morning in a fight in
. Tho nogroos thon escaped to the
collar. As soon as tho news of
Temple's death becamo known, a
mob formed In front of tho jail
Tho mob Is determined to lynch
Notice to Fnt Women,
Presumably you, konw, ladles,
that tho proper caper nowadays Is
linos. Curves nro pnsso. You have
sot to tako off your fat. This munt
bo done In ono of threo ways. By
dieting, by oxorcisos, or by moans of
Marmola Proscription Tablets. Tho
two formor will keop you busy for
months nnd punish yon pretty 30
voroly, tho latter will cost you 75
oents at tho druggist's. Tho tablets
will jiot make any alteration in your
diet necessary, and yot in nil prob
ability, bofpro you hnvo used up one
oaso, you will bo losing from 12 to
1C ofjncos of fnt a day. .Which
motho'd do you llko tho best?
If you fancy this pleasant method
of gottlng off tho fnt, soe your drug
gist Instantly, or olso write tho Mar
mola Co., 0G9 Farinor Bldg., De
troit, Mich., to sond you a enso by
mall. These cases contain so gener
ous a quantity of tnblots that the
treatment Is very economical. It Is,
also, qulto harmless, for tho tablets
are made exactly In ncoordanco with
tho famous Marmola Prescription,
A newspaper Is tho only circulat
ing medium that is always worth
moro than par.
GEORGETOWN COUNCIL MEN"
HAULED OFF CITY HALL FUR
NISHINGS BEFORE TURNING
BUSINESS OVER TO SEATTLE
WHICH ANNEXED THE TOWN.
Ldkitbd mens leased wine.
Seattle, Wash., April 13. At the
closing sosslon of the old George
town city council, Just prior to the
annexation of that, town by Seattle,
tho members voted to prosent to
themselves tho furnishings of the
city hall and the resolution was ap
proved by Mayor Slocum. Yester
day a moving van backed up to thd
door of tho city hall and tho dosks,
chairs and othor furnishings were
carted off. Citizen? of tho suburbs
woro made vory indignant by th's
notion and today formor Mayor
Muoller demanded that tho furnish
ings bo returned by night and an
nounced that falluro to do so would
result In his swoarlng out warrant?
for tho arrost of the formor officials
of Georgetown on charges of grand
One of tho former councilmen ox
plained today that tho solons had
sorved without compensation and
they thought thoy woro entitled to
some souvenir to remind them of
BUT NOT AFRAID
OF THE FIRE
UNITED rilESS LEA BED WIRB.l
San Francisco, Aprl, 13. Judge
Graham today, sitting in a dentist
chair, signed tho final decree of di
vorce, separating Ashton Potter,
nophow of Bishop Potter, of New
York, from his wifo. Tho docreo was
signed at 8:30, after a clerk, repre
senting Potter, who had rushed to
tho Judge's house, but missed him,
found him at his dentist's.
Tho signing of the docreo is ex
pected to bo followed today- by tho
marriage of Potter and Mrs. Grace
Dopow, daughter of Captain Good
year, of Buffalo, nnd divorced wife
of a nephow of Chauncoy Dopow, of
Pottor was sued by his wife a lit
tle moro than a year ago. An ln
torluctory decreo was granted nnd
tho yoar, which must elapse bofore i
final decree could bo signed was up
SOUTHERN PACIFIC RY. CO.
Time Tnblo OS.
Effoctlvo Sunday, January 1,
1910 12:01 a. m.
No. 16 Oregon Express .. 5:15 a. m
No. 18 Portland Passenger 7:43 p.m
No. 20 Portland Passonger 3:12 p.m.
No. 14 Portland Express 8:20 a. in
No. 12 ShastaLlmlted. . . ,12:35p.
No. 13 San Francisco Ex.. 3:31a. n
No. 19 Ashland Passonger. 11: Ola.m
No. 17 RoseburgPassongor C:45p.m
No. 15 California Express. 9: 5Gp.ru
No. 11 Shasta Limited .. 7:43 p.m.
No. 22C Way Freight .... 9:50a.m.
No .222 Portland Fast Frt.l0:4Rp.m.
No. 225 Way Freight 12:35p.m.
No. 221 Portland Fast Frt. 2:43a.m
OREGON ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO
Local Leaves For
Portland and intor G:40a.m
Portland-Hlllsboro Intor . . 8:55 n.m
Portland and Inter 11:15 a.m.
Portland and Intor ..... 2:00 p.m
Port., Tualatin, Hlllaboro. 3:20 p.m
Portland-Hlllsooro Inter., 4:00 p.m
Portland and Intor 6:20 p.m
Portland and Intor 8:50 p.m.
local Arrivo From.
Portland and Intor 8:25 a,m.
Portland-Hlllsboro intor. v 9:50 a.m.
Port., Hlllsboro, Tualatin. 10:46 a.m.
Portland and Inter ..... 1:00 p.m
Portland-Hlllsboro Inter.. 4:00p.m.
Portland and Intor ...... 6:50 p.m.
Portland and inter 8:30 p.m.
Portland Theater train. .10:40 p.m
Salem, Falls City & Western Ry
, , LICAVH WEST (Ut.HU POIl !
Dallas, Kails City, lllacK Hock. , O :00 a. m 1
xDallas and Intrrmrdlate points. 12 :) p, in
illlaclc ltock, Falls City. Uallai. . 4 AT, . tn
Dallas ami Intfrumtlsfe polnta. 1 :8B p. m
Dallas. Kails City. 4:30 am
Dallas, Tails City. Ulack ltock.. l-S5p.ni
iDallaa and Intrmdlat ootnts.,.. 6:ftOp, m
Falls City, Dnllas..., H:SOa. m
Hlack ltock. Kails City. Dallas. .12 :IB p, m
Dallas and Intermtdlata points. 8 :B5 p. m
Dally except Hunday. xsunduy only.
Ferry launch from foot of mate street
connects with all tratns at Becood-street
Sftlem.Sllverton Auto Stage.
Leave Cottngo Hotel, Salem 7:30 a. m
Arrivo at Sllvorton 8:30 a.m.
Leave Sllverton Hotol. , . ,8:45 a. m.
Arrive at Salom 9:45 a.m.
Lo Cottago Hotol, Salem 4 : 00 p. m.
ArrlVo at Sllvorton 5:00 p.m.
Leave Sllverton Hotol. .. .5:16 p. m.
Arrivo nt Salem 6:15 p.m.
BDMUNDSON HOYT. Prop.
Read tho pain formula on the box
of Pink Pain Tablets. Then ask
your Dootor If there Is a better one
Pain means congestion blood pres
sure somenhero. Dr. Snoop's Pink
Pain Tablets check head pains, wo
manly pains, pains anywhere. Try
one, and see! 20 for 25o. Sold by
Capital Drug Store. I
DE8CRIITION OF nUBIJARD.
(Continued trom page three)
Iocs all. profltablo crops. - Ono man
took $3500 from 48 acres potatoes,
dood Building Record.
During 1909 there was more
building than for years bofore. But
tho record will bo broken this year.
Among those who aro now building
or planning to build this year are:
Geo. Scholl, residence; Mrs. Mills,
resldenco; E. Klinger,, residence;
M. Fry, resldenco; Frank Froy, resi
dence; Mr. Kent, a bungnlow; Wm.
Barrett, residence; Charlos Huetter
resldonco; Beck and son, resldenco;
Goo Knight, dwelling; Lawrence
Scholl, residence; Mrs. Barrett, two
now houses: Henry Huetor, resi
dence; Wm. Jungnlcklc, resldonce;
Advontlst church and parsonage; F.
55. Crlttonden, cottago; C. H. Trul
linger, store; W. F. Miller, store;
Albert Johnson, residence;
A Good Shipping Point.
About ono hundred carloads of
produce aro shipped out of Hubbard
annually, mostly onions and pota
toes. A fow carloads of grain aro
sont out, and consldorablo pillngj
iimoors. Tne express shipments ar)
very large from here; including
eggs, poultry, croam, voal, dressed
hogs, and berries in season. Oiifa
shipment that Hubhard can claim
tho record on Its wild blackberries,
which grow hero in great profusion.
R. J. Welton is tho Southern Paclfl--!
station agent and is a very accom
A Popular Official.
O. M. Crittenden has been Justice
of tho peace four terms and city -a-corder
two terms. Ho also does a
largo general real estate business,
and handles insurance. Ho is agent
for the Hovendon fruit tracts located
ono and a-half miles east of the
town. Two hundred acres have been
cut up into ten acre tracts that are
sold at $125 to ?200 per acre on
easy terms. 'They are" first-cluss
fruit and garden tracts, and aro sell
ing off rapidly.
Father of tho Town.
Hon. J. L. Calvert is almost the
father of the town. He has been
running a drug store hero for the
past thirty years, and has held all
kinds of official positions from road
supervisor to representative In the
legislature. He Is interested lh tho
now movemont to brine Hubbard out
of the realms of tbo quiet old sloppy
valley towns Into the better condi
tions resulting from publicity and
progressive policies. Mr. Calvert
has a fine home and a fine business
nnd Is a firm believer in the future
of tho place, and is ready to back it
with his energy and his money.
One of the New Boosters.
Tho people are glad to .welcome
newcomers who aro men ' of pirlt
and ready to go ahead with the
march of progress. Such a firm aro
Geo. M. Beck and Son. They came
hero from Parsons, Kansas, a few
years ngo and havo put in a general
lumber yard and building material
supply house. They built good big
storage warehouses and offices and
are prepared to supply nil the lum
ber nnd finishing material that may
be needed for a home, store, or
church. This firm supplied all the
matorlnl to build the Macksburg
church that has Just been completed.
Mr. Beck Is the kind of a man thnt
Is needed with the upbuilding of
theso towns and Is doing good work
nnd It Is appreciated.
Hubbard Department Store.
Tho firm of Knight & Susbauer
have for twelve years conducted a
gonernl department store nnd have
ono of tho largest stocks in tho val
loy. Besides grocories and dry
goods, thoy keop flour nnd feed,
clothing and furniture. They hau
dlo a trade that amounts to about
forty thousand dollars a year and
nro drawing trade to Hubbard front
a constantly growing region of trade.
A ltvo firm like this helps make a
live town and Knight & Susbauer
certainly do their part by Hubbard.
A Strong Gcntuin Firm.
John Scholl & Son havo n largo
stock of hardware and farming lm
plomonts. Thoy keep gonornl hurd
waro, stoves and kitchen furniture,
pumps, reapers and mowers, ens
engines nnd spraying outfits, Oliver I
West Salem Transfer
Connocts with all trains at
West Salom for Dallas, Falls
City and Salem.
Loaves Journal office for
West Salem at S a. m.,
12 m., 1:10 p. m. and 3:30 p.
m. every day oxcept Sundny.
Also for Independence, Mon
mouth and MoMlnnvlllo.
Leavos Sunday at 12 m
and 4:15 p. m.
Calls nt hotels on request.
Telephone or Uvave orders at
Capital Journal ofllco any day
but Sunday. Phone 32.
J. B, Underwood, Mgr.
plows and vehicles bf all kinds from
a heavy farm wagon to tho lightest
buggy, Tho Scholl family are a
strong foaturo in Hubbard affairs.
There aro four sons and threo aro
taking a part in building up the
town. L. M, Scholl Is tho post
master. Geo. F. Scholl is in part
nership with his father. D. J.Scholl
Is In business nt Cottago Grove, H.
F. Scholl has .built up a fine busi
ness In the shapo of a machine' shop.
He has the machinery to repair and
rebuild bicycles, auto-cyclos, moto--enrs,
gas engines and stonm onglnos,
Ho has the lathes and tools to do nil
thoso things, nnd Is agent for the
Doing tho Armor Acl.
J. M. Mlschlor is tho meat- king of
this sect'on. Ho not only keeps a
ffood fresh meat market for the tou-.i
of Hubbard, but sells fresh moat to
a largo country trade. He packs,
cures and sntokos" meats and puts
up his town lard. Ho buys and
ships large "quantities of dressed
meats and handles a groat deal of
A Pioneer Printer.
R. B. Conover is ono of the' pioneer
printers of Oregon and bolongs In
the class with Geo. H. Hlmes, E. M.
Waite and Mr. Craig, senior of
Salem. Ho prints the Hubbard
newspaper, the Beaver Stato Herald
and has a good Job printing plant.
Ho lias been here boosting for tho
town four years, was fifteen years at
Dayton, conducted the Salem Town
Talk, the Salem Record, and was a
journeyman printer on the Salem
Statesman. He learned his trade at
Northfleld, Minn., made famous by
tho James boys robbing the bank
and holding up the town. Mr.
Conover is a well-informed man and
always rakes a pleasure in enter
taining one of the craft.
Ten Culture nt Htibhnrd.
The rich, warm garden soils at
Hubbard will grow almost anything
and I was not surprised to find a
good quality of Japanese tea grow
ing here. About twenty -"nrs ago
the firm of Allen Lewis of Portland
imported tea seed nnd d'strlbuted it
to thousands of people In the Wil
lamette valley and this Is the only
place whero tea growing has been
a success. It has been accomplished
by Peter Lauer, an old Southern
Pacific section foreman who has a
passion for gardening. He has been
experimenting for the -past elyht
years and has imported seed that has
been a greater success than tho Al
len Lewis seed. Ho says his tea
smells hotter even than the tea im
ported from Japan that costs four
dollars a pound. He gave us a sam
ple and when Homer Davenjort
conies to town we are going to giyo
him a drink of Hubbard grown tea.
Wolfer Mineral Springs.
A corporation named the Wolfer
Medical Mineral Springs Co, has
been formed for the purpose of pur
chasing these Springs, also for the
purpose of building, owning .and
controlling of hotels, bath houses,
sanitariums and amusement places.
Tho Incorporators are all well
known men of Hubbard, and it is
expected that as soon as sufficient
stock fs subscribed active work will
bo commenced. The officers are:
Dr. S. W. Weaver, president: C. M
Crittenden, secretary; Alfred D
Gushing forth 100 gallons per
minute of Nature's healing waters
each and every mlnuto of the day,
and every day of tho year, Is the
record of this Spring of crystal
water, situated but a fow rods from
the corporate limits of the pretty
city of Hubbard. Th's Spring, long
known ns tho Wolfer Mineral Spring,
is located In one of Nature's pret
tiest surroundings and on every
All Patont Medicines or medicines ad
rerttsed in this paper are for sale u
The only cash drug store In Oregon;
owes uo one, ana no one owe
It; crriea largo stock; Its Bhelves.
counters and show oases aro loaded
lth drugs, medicines, notions, toilet
articles, wines and liquors of all
i.lnds for medicinal purposes. Dr.
fine Is a regular graduate In medl
ine uud has had many years of ex
ywluuco In the practlco. Consults.
jus aro free. Prescript! are
.rt, sud only regular prU-tx re med
icine. Dr. Stono can b t.und at' his
. - .g store. Salem. Or., tim 7 In ue
uornlug until 9 t nlgiit.
hand can be seen the beauteottB
blendlngs of the Architect of tho
Grand old trees, secluded nooks,
lazy, nerve-resting creek, ozone lad
en with the breath of the fir, rest
ful health-giving surroundings
abound in this garden-like sani
tarium of nnture. '
Tho waters or tins Spring Tinvc
been analyzed by eminent chemist
and highly recommended by physi
cians .for medicinal and bathing pur
poses, nnd to be entirely free from
the taint of ammonia.
Following is, the analysis of M.
Stillman, engineer of tests, of the S.
T6tal""niatter In Solution consisting
of grains per U. , gallon. . CI. 99
Chloride of Sodium nntLFot- ,
asslum i 27.71
Bl-Carbonale of Lime ....... 6.K2
Bi-Carbonate of Soda . 10. 10
Bi-Carbonate of Megnosit. . . . 4.2G
Bl-Cajbonato of Iron 2.10"
Sulphato of Soda. 55
Containing enough iron to give It
a decided taste and class it as a
Some Other Business Enterprises.
Ernst Hoffman conducts a wagon
and blacksmith shop.
Chas. KInzer has the barber shop
nnd bath rooms and has been city
marshal for four years without op
position. J63. Johnson is proprietor of- the
Hubbard livery. He was formerly
in the harness business, at Stayton,
and .has recently been injured ifT a
runaway accident from which he
Geo. M. Fry has a warehouse- and
handles ' produce and deals In hop
W. S. Hurst & Co., dealergin pp.
tatoes and hop supplies; also main
tain a general warehouse. -
Tho Bonbon confectionery and
pool room is conducted by Wm. Mil
ler. C. H. Trullinger Is jeweler and
optician and carries a fine stock of
watches and silverware.
Mrs. Trullinger keeps a fine slocl:
and does a general millinery busi
ness. Tho Commercial house is con
ducted by Mr. and Mrs. Riley
mostly by Mrs. Riley.
J. P. Galener has a stock of gen
eral merchandise. He has been
twenty years in Oregon and has ketit
fstore at Viola, Portland, Grants Pass
The city government of Hubbard
Is In the hands of W. T. Grim, Presi
dent of the council, L. M. Scholl, M.
S. Schrock, A. D. Wolfer, Wm. Mil
ler, councilmen, and C. M. Critten
den, recorder. ,
There is a grand opening at Hub
bard for a harness shop, creamery
and furniture store.
Emll Klinger has the only saloon
at Hubbard and conducts a well
regulated place. v
Hubbard is located on the main
Our showing of Boys' .Knickerbockers and Long
pants suits is in every way complete, Our exhibit is
snappy and comprehensive, The styles and pat
terns are all of this seasons models,
Parents desiring the better sort of cloth
ing for the boys will be pleased with our
The prices are $3,00 to $8,00 for strictly all-wool
knickerbocker suits and $6,25 to $20 for long
CO-EDS OBJECT TO THE STATUES
AT THE ENTRANCE TO CAMPUS
AND WANT STORE CLOU US PUT
Berkeley. Cal April 13. Un
drapod nrt, on the University of Cal
fornla campus, must go.
The eight art panols on tho Sathor
gate at the Telograph Avonuo en
trance to the university grounds,
which wero ro'cently comploted at a
cost 'of $40,000 elthor must bo tail
ored, or done away with.
On the pillars are figures of four
men and four women, undraped. The.
sculptor, Carl Cummlngs, made tho
has rolidfs to illustrate the beauty of
tho human form.
The regents of tho university havo
so drdored, fearing a number of com
plajnts from those who were offend
ed by the sight of tho nude forms.
, Among tho complainants were a
number of co-eds, who have made It
a rule to avoid tho entrance on ac
count of tho figures.
Tho regents, In ordering ,the re
moval of tho has reliefs, stated that
such action wns taken "because the
works wore not in conformity with
tho artistic purposes of tho struc
ture." Ono Conductor Who AVns Cured.
Mr. Wllford Adams is his name;
and he writes about it. "Some time
ago I was confined to my bed with
chronic rheumatism. I used two
bottles of- Foley's Kidney Remedy
with good effect, and the third bot
tle put me on my feet and I re
sumed work as conductor on the
Lexington, Ky., Streot Railway. It
gave mo more rellpf than any medi
cine I hud ever used, and it will do
all you cla'm in cases of rheumu
t'sm." Foley's Kidney Remedy
cures rheumatism by eliminating the
uric acid from the blood. J. C.
In former days the Oregon farmer,
moved his barn, but now he moves
the manure to the field and orchard.
Object to Strong Medicines.
Many people object to taking tho
strong medicines usually prescribed
by physicians for rheumatism. There
;Is no need of internal treatment In
any case or muscular or enronic
rheumatism, and more than nine out
of evory ten cases of tho disease aro
of ono or the other of theso varieties.
When there is no fever and little (If
any) swelling, you may know that It,
is only necessary to apply Chaiuier
laln's Liniment freely to get quick
rollpf. Trv 'it- TTnr nnlA hv nil p-nnrl
line of the Southern Pacific railroad
and Is known as tho mineral springs
town of tho Willamette Valley. Hero
aro located the famous Wolfe
Springs, an artesian flow strongly
Impregnated with sulphur, iron and