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lfAlu OAPlTAIi JOURNAIi, SAI.EM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1000.
FTHnil I ?EFTI7 With Every SOc Purchase in the Toy
M-fimPMULu JT" JFLXlaMl Section This Week
Men's Holiday Suspenders, $ 1 values - SOc
uitS and Coats
The nowcst and most up-to-dato garments in a marvelous array.
Over 200 choice models to chooso from at this price and they're
high-class and exclusive models for street and dress wear. Tho
coats are full length, semi and tight-fitting. The matorials aro
broadcIothB, etc., in Btrlpcs and
solid colors. Th,eso aro the
cream from our largo stock
now on sale at only.
Toilet articles of quality 25c
box soaps at 10c; 25c and 35c
tooth brushes.speclal at 10c;
Kutch Talcum Powder, import
ed from India, famous for its
sandal wood odor, feels like
velvet on the skin, regular 25o
boxes today on mm y j.
sale at JL ZmP
On sale at 8:30. No telephone
TOYLAND - - SECOND FLOOR
Salem's largest and best showing of Toys for Children who will appreciate all that is
handome, besides being durable and lasting, The Toy Department' welcomes all the
children and tho grown-ups, for we've provided a larger and more comprehensive show
ing than ever before, Yesterday our Toy section was pretty well crowded, and from all
Indications we will have an .unusually large business this year, and we advise early
shopping while assortments are fresh and unbroken,
Haiti and wanner tonight ami
Thursday, Midi southwest winds
along tho const.
Aro cordially requested t to phono
any itom of iutoreat, Buch as a por
Bonal about a frlond or yourself, to
Tho Journal, Main 82. No ltQin too
Pay Your Water Will
Boforo tho 10th of tho month, and
savo 10 por oont. 12-G-3t
Is oasy whon you think (X Hinges'
Jowolry store. 12-8-tt
You Can Always Find
Just what you want at StouBhff
Bros.' moat market. Phono 321.
Harding & Whodboo Plumbin Co.
hlro'tho host workman and do tho
beat work, 247 Stato Street. Phono
Cottage Undertaking Parlors
Cottage and Chomokota Stn. Calls
day or nIghL J. O. Sill. Phoue 724.
T otoll you thu many roononablo
prlcod Christmas presents loft at our
storo for your Inspection. Gome
oarly and havw llrst choice. Clum. II.
Hinges' Jewelry store. 1 2-!-tr
For tho breath, For oalo at;
Myor'a barber shop.
Watora cigar store.
Adolph'a cigar etoro.
Pay Your AVntcr Bill
Boforo tho 10th of tho month, and
save 10 por cont. 12-C-3t
Largest and' host assortment in tho
city. E. S. Lamport Saddlery Com
pany, 219 Conunorclnl street.
Try Our Specials
Dnlpty lunches sotVod In dainty
ways at Wood's confectionery, 4C0
Stato street. Everything tho best.
Christ mas Specials
Monoy saved at my storo on dia
monds, watohofi and allvurwaro.
IIlngoB' jowolry and diamond storo,
next door to big building. 12-S-tf
Pay Your AVatcn Hill
Before tho 10th of the month, and
savo iu per cont. 12-G-3G
West Salem Transfer
Connects with all trains at
West Salem for DhIIhh, Falls
City ami Salom.
Leaves Journal office for
Woat Salem nt 7; SO a. in..
11:50 a. in. and 3:20 p. m.
ovory clay except Sunday.
Leaves Sunday at 12.00 in.
and 4:16 p. m.
Calls at hotl on request.
Telephone or leavo ordera at
Capital Journal offjoe any day
hut Sunday. Phone ss.
J. B. Underwood, Mgr.
Tho list of notn'rlnl commissions Is
sued In and for Orogoa today: II.
m. wtHony, w. p. Slnnott, W. G.
Howoll, Portland: T. II. Llttlohnloa.
Forest Orovo; J. II. Noal, Cord.
Hoard of Trade Medina.
Tho Salom Hoard of Tnulo will
"hold Its annual mooting this ovenlug,
ami an inomuera aro urged io bo
pi'eeont, C. L. McNary. president.
i. F. 11 of or, secretary.
Savo 10 Per Cent
Hy paying your water bill on or bo. .
foro tho 10th of tho month.
Vou'll Ho Surprised
Wlfcn you ko to IIIiiMeo' lowvlrv
bonne and see tbo Immense lino of
bountiful and sultnblo Christmas nros
onu, at aueh ruaionnblo prices.
Thorough work on plonas, organs!
aim pmyerH, mourning all ropalrs
I.oava ordors with Moyor & Boll Land
Co. C. W. Simon. 1 1-8-1 m
AjsIios Start Vlvv
Some live coals dumpod In an ash
barrel in tho roar or thu Wado
Poarco Company's hardware storo
last night caused an alarm to bo
turned Into the lire dopartmont. and
tho chemical engine was nulled Into
eoinmlsHlon. The lire was oon
drowned out. without damn.
Savo 10 Por Cent
By paying your water bill mi or ho.
rpro tno loth of tho month
12-G-3t Telephone Company at Independence,
lias been transferred to the com
Jesse Whltaker's house oaught
fire Thursdy, but was extinguished
before it did much damage.
Julius Pincus has all of his hops
re-dried that were damaged by high
water and it Is reported that they
Miss Erma Brown spent Sunday
in Portland, combining shopping
Clmrlle Lightfoot, a traveling
salesman for Wndhams & Co., spent
Monday In our city,
C. Stamfield, the manager of the
Pacific Telegraph and Telephone Co.,
spent Saturday in Monmouth, look
Ing over the company's interests
there. P. E. Chase, the former man
ager of tho company s exchange there
recently resigned. He Is succeeded
by Eugene Bogart
J. L. Hanna attended court at
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Whitaker are
spending a few days in Portland,
Messrs. Orl,n and Ala Byers enter
tained a few of their friends with
sleighing parties Monday evening.
Miss Margaret Hodge and Miss Ro-
wena Sperling were the two most
Louis Franklin Blanchard died at
the Garagus hotel In this city Sun
day, aged 68 years, seven months and
seven days. Interment was made in
tho I. O. O. F. cemetery.
The football game scheduled for
Sunday between Independence and
Oregon City was postponed indefi
nitely on account of the field being
covered with about a foot of snow.
C. G. Skinner has taken his gaso
line launch, the Louise, off from tho
run between Independence and Sa
lem and has sent her to Portland, In
charge of Percy Larson of Salem, to
have her rebuilt. Besides adding 15
feet to her length, making her 75
feet long, Mr. Skinner will also
place now gasoline engines In her.
He will also tako the Independence
off from the regular run for a. few
weeks to place new engines In her.
The Eagle, a gasoline launch owned
by Jack Rodgers of Salem will make
tho regular run between Independ
ence and Salem until the Independ
ence resumes tho same.
Mrs. Byron Atkins Is now visit
ing friends and relatives in our city.
Mr. Atkins formerly had charge of
the Willamette Valley Company's
office here, but is now located in
Mrs. Lottie Hedge Dorris, Mrs. I.
L. Smith, Mrs. P. L. Hedges have re
turned after a few days' sojourn In
Portand. They report an enoyable
flobort Barrie, formerly in tho
employ of tho Pacific Telegraph and
CURES BAD KIDNEYS
AND ENDS BACKACHE
stromr Dlecstion and an Adequate
Nutrition Invariably Mean a Long
Nutrition Invariably Mean a
Long and Healthy Life.
There is a process known as met
nbollsm going on constantly in the
body, and by which the tissues are
built un. and. after having served
their purposes in the physical econo
my. aro torn down and cast off.
So Ions as the duo relation neiween
waste and supply Is maintained, nu
trftlon. and the various functions of
the body aro continued. But after
middle life and in old age there
comes a time when waste exceeds
sunnly. and when the various ele
ments which constitute tho differ
ent fluids, tissues and organs no
longer hold their due proportion, and
the principle of life itself becomes
enfeebled, the body no longer having
power to assimilate new material as
it once did.
As old age creeps on, all the func
tions gradually fall, especially those
of digestion, absorption and asslm
ilation, and the system being de
prived of Its full quota of nutriment,
slowly wears out. If the nutritive
and digestive processes of old people
could be maintained unimpaired life
could Ue prolonged almost indefinite
ly. There are many old persons In
whose stomachs the gastric function
is almost entirely suspended. When
this trouble occurs, the problem is,
how to digest the food and get along
wfthout the natural stomach juices.
Thlere Is but one way to overcome
the effects of this condition, and
that Is to supply artificially to tho
stomach a powerful digestive sub
stance to take the place of the juices
which It falls to secrete naturally.
For this purpose, there Is nothing
superior to STUART'S DYSPEPSIA
TABLETS known to medical science
as they supply tho deficiency, and are
such a reliable and thoroughly effl
Every county in tho stato is be
ing represented today at tho special
meeting of county assessors called
for the purposo of bringing about a
permanent conclusion regarding the
actual assessment to bo levied upon
the actual worth of the taxable land,
and particularly to determine the
actual values of tho property in the
Two examinations were made this
morning by the tax commission of
assessors of Coos and Curry coun
ties. The principal questions asked
by the commission were in reference
to the percentage of actual valuer
that have been assessed in the coun
ties. Both Curry and Coos counties,
have been assessing property on sim
The meeting will continue this,
afternoon and over tomorrow prob
ably. o .
The Cartoon Up to Date.
"Life's" newest jokes are all on
the aeroplane line, which is not to
imply that they are all above our
heads, however. A picture labeled
Very Soon shows the top of a
dwelling from which a line runs up
ward supported by a balloon. Air
ships are circling around the rope,
wlilch for their own safety they
must avoid, and on tho ropjo hang:
placards reading, "Keep off my at-
mohphere," "No trespassing on my
air," and on the roof beside a dim
inutive dancing doggie, "Beware of
the Skye terrier."
Another cartoon is entitled "A
Bird's Eye View in tho Future."
Flat on their backs across a wide
meadow enormous letters read.
clent substitute for the natural gas- nils Is Blngvllle," and a sign near
wo or three are i says, "Keep Off the Letters." A
trie juices, that if two
taken nftit r each meal, the food will
be digested in so complete a man
ner that the natural digestive fluids
will never be missed.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets should
be used by all old and middle-aged
persons, in order to prevent or euro
the dyspepsia of old age. Through
their use complete digestion of the
food Is assured, with a consequent in
creased nutrition or tne body, and a
man in a balloon abovto is bending
with a telescope to read. The roofs
of the houses advertise meals, re
pairs, gas, various trades, the steep
pitch of the church says, "Wel
come," while a "balloon farm'"
shows a huge "Zeppelin" type gas
bag tethered to the ground In such
a way that it appears to have legs
and looks like an enormous speci
men or the porcine tribe. "Wires!
staving off of the sensibility and de- j don,t anchor" Is another sign, un
crepitude of old age. uer tne telegraph poles.
This remedy is, however, not only
Program today. Comody and trag
edy. Edison. Tho Expiation; Bio
graph: On tho Wrong Scent, S. & A.;
iv li.uiy s i-urse, a. & a.; song,
'Whon I Dream in the Gloaming of
Yon," uy Laura B. May. This pro
gram wo recommond to our patrons
ns being especially good. 12-7-2t
The Little Hearers
Christmas party to bo given tomor
row (Thursday), afternoon will bo
pany's exchange at Salem. Mr. Bar
rlo Is succeeded by Walter Caffen
Frank Whitaker and Sam Irvine
wont to Portland Thursday to attend
a banquet given by Harry Hart.
Mrs. C. Stamfield went to Corval-
lis Friday to visit her parents and
tako in tho opora, King Dodo.
.Mrs. C. G. Skinner and daughters.
Allro and Katheen, wont to Mon
mouth Friday to spend tho day with
her mother, Mrs. Lark Hall, who
only recently returned from a visit
postponod one wook on account of to llor d,u,Bhtor, Mrs. Clara Dofer of
the bad weather. Welsor," Idaho.
nidge w. a. Fadden, Deputy Coun-
Thls paper will not publish Poary ty clor,c Robert Johnson and Commis
slop, nor Cook slop. It aims not to
dish up slop of nny kind
IntorvNtod in Contest
Mrs. LuclH Helen Gonhnm.Prntr
write from Klamath Falls that, while
inoy tninu timt town a mighty fine
place to live, there aro timoa tluy
would like to live In Satani ..!.
They enjoy tho Dally Journal, an 1
are saving tho uoupone for ouo of Uu
girls In the content.
DuttiM Not Plentiful
O. Neelands and Flunk Hutts went t
up ui river as far n Aiiwmv
.floated down the Willamette In search
: of the grewo-hemled Mallard. The
uuckh were not us plentiful as uaunl.
especially when the auow la o ),
I around, and 'Uoxer" 'and Frank
ootild only get In gunshot distance of
'four, which they downed. The two
hunter were not put out over their
eiHU WajC but the rold weather had
a tendency to put a damper on the
"port" during the lust few miles.
I Coffee I
18 The kind that makes the break- Hi
1 9 astI'ea Coffee through and
Iuirougn always inc same, m
Your ffrocer will prind it
better if ground at home not W
too flno. O
mill i iiiiiiMHHnHHr
sioner Geo. W. Smith of Ronton
county, spent Sunday In Independ
ence on their wny, to attend court nt
H. II. Horshborg 'spont Sunday in
Portland, after attending tho mem
orial services of tho Elks.
Carl Perclval wont to Portland
Thursday to remain for an Indefi
nite length of timo under tho doc
City election took plnce Monday.
There was only ono tlckot In tho
field, which was hoadod by W. T.
Hoffman for mnyor. All wore duly
good for the Indigestion incidental to
advanced life, but is also applicable
to the dyspepsia and stomach trouble
of any age, from youth up.
Secure a package of this famous
dyspepsia remedy from your druggist
for 50 cents, and if you find that as
you get older, your digestion and as
similation become weaker, this rem
edy will assist the stomach In the
performance of its functions, so that
tho general system will not suffer
,from the delinquency of the diges
A sample package will .be sent you
if you will forward your name and
address to the F. A. Stuart Company,
iou smart minding, Marshall, Mich
It would be cruelty to animals la
tere everybody in Salem to ttrink
nothing but water. Yet there arv
that kind of people, and on top they
voted against getting mountain,
i-fi ifi ..
Notice Is hoivby glvon that the
Common Council of tho city of Sa
lem. Orogon, will at tho common
council chambers of said city, on tho
20th day of December, 1909, at or
about S o'clock p. m., procood to as
sess against oaoh lot or parcel of
land. Its proportionate sharo of the
bnelits on account of constructing a
sewer tnrougn tno alloy in block 9,
In said olty and across Trade stree. as
shown by tho plan adopted by the
common council for tho construction
of said sowor.
All persons having objections to
saiu nssesmontB may prosont the
samo to the common council at said
meeting or tno the same with the
city recorder within tho following five
I DatO Of tho first mihllnatlnn nt tl.lo
notico tho 7th day of Decombor, 1909
By order of the common council.
W. A. MOOUES.
i-'-7-3t City Recorder.
Articles of incorporation wore fiiml
In tho office of the secretarv of state
today as follows:
The Little Butte Irrigation Com
pany; principal ofTice, Eagle Point,
capital stock, $1400; Incorporators,
E. S. Wolfer, L. K. Hawk, G. G.
Guthrie and W. W. Taylor.
War With Jnimn
could not possibly make so mnnv
i;jiiius as rjioumatism does every
year. And yet there is no reason
why this disease should cripple any
one, if all sufforers will rub tho af
fected parts night and morning with
Ballard's Snow Liniment. flliroH nil
nches and pains. Sold by all dealers.
Smith & Everett
Real Estate Money Invested
LoailS 'n Portland Real
Insurance Estat securities
309-310 Tailing Buifding
EY TO LOAN
TFOS. K. FORD
Over Ladd & Bush Bank, Salem, Or.
Frank Meredith, Resident Agent
City Hall, Salem, Or.
LUTELLUS L. WOODS
Tuning, polisning, repairing. Tel. 60&
Peace hath higher tosts of manhood
Than battlo ever knew. Whlttler.
After exposure and when you fool
a cold coming on, tako Foley's Honey
and Tar, the great throat and lung
romody. It stops tho couirli rn
tho congestion, and expels tho cold
from your system. Is mildly laxa
tive. J. C. Perry.
?Oll SALE Soveral houses In Sa
lem, and farm lanrta at a bargain.
Capital National Bank. 6-1-eod
DR WOOD FOR SALE Phone
1419 or call 1790 State street. M.
P. Dennis. 12-(j-3t
FOR RENT Furnished hmiRekeen-
ing rooms, 961 Mill stret. Phone-
AnronAttndlns iklrh and dnnnntun
quUklr Jnm our oim. n frvo whether u
lnrwiitkin U mbtlr paioiiiabU. Cuntwunw.
tmt f re. OMmI u1ry tr kwudiib tM.
itwUlnKW, without cWs,mtha 4VV"
A tuttdtemttr IllattrmtfJ wktr. Ijtrml otr-
Piles Cured in to I I Days.
PAZO OINNTM15NT is guaranteed to
euro any case of Itching, Blind. Bleed
Ing or Protruding Piles In C to 14
days or money refunded. SOc
Portland's Popular Fire-Proof
0urt Rathskeller Grill finest dining service in city, with
Hawaiian orchestra from 6 to 12 Si m,
Most perfectly furnished, Moderate Priced, Modern
Hostlery in the metropolis of the Northwest
ANNEX IS NOW OPEN
Our capacity has been doubled and our bus will
hereafter mee trains No, 6, and train No. 12 llmitad
Oraeon F entr o that rruJC . SL iirLV:?' 'A limited,
and 4:55 p, m, v ,u,um,u ai ,U!0 a
. C. DICKINSON, Manager
Zii S. COMMERCIAL ST.