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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 10 JO.
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
E. 1IOFER, Editor Mid Proprietor.
lttii epcndont Nowpaper Devoted to American Principles and
the Progre and Dorelopomenl of All Oregon.
' Published Hverjr Kvenlni? Mxoopt Sunday, Salem, Oro.
(iDTirlably in Advance.)
ll7 br currier, per year 86.00 Per month .60o
ttilr, toy mall, per year.
okly, by mall, per Toar..
4.00 Per month 85o
...... 1.00 Six montht .......t0o
U N I ON(y lT.A BE L
Son of United States Marshal
Reed of Portland Mysteri
UNITED rilESS LEASED WIBBj
Boston, Mass., Jan. 28. The
lice today nro searching In every city
In Now England and Now York for
some traco of John Silas Rood, of
Portland, Oro., a member of the
senior class at Harvard University,
who Is strangely missing,
It Is generally belldved at tgie class
that Reed, who has been missing four
days, has suffered anothor violent
uttack as the rogult of over study,
and his friends fear that some harm
has bofallon him.
Although every hotel in thlB city
has. been searched no trace of tho
missing Btudont could bo found.
Portland, Oro., Jan. 28. John
Silas Reed, "Who has notoriously
been mlsBing from Harvard IJnlvorsI
ty for four days, Is tho oldest son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. Rood, of this city.
Tho young man's fathor is United
States marshal, and is one of tho most
promlnont and influential men in tho
city. Rood, Sr., said that ho was
entlroly at a loss to account for his
son's absonco from college During
his course nt Harvard young Reed
has boon repeatedly honored by his
follow studonts. Ho has served as
editor of tho Harvard Lampoon, ono
of tho clovorest collogo papers In
America, and has wrltton pooms that
havo attracted wide nttontlon.
has taken out a permit to erect a
two-story brick, covering a qaarter
block, to replace the old f ramo struc
ture now covering the site. Work
will commonco at onco; 1910 prom
lses to be Albany's greatest building
year of its history.
Charles Ohllng and T. Alexander,
two popular young Albany men, have
decided to enter 'the newspaper busi
ness, and on the first of tho month
will launch Albany's third paper in
tho name of "Tho East Albany Enter
prise." Tho policy of tho new paper
Is to be for tho Improvement of tho
east end of tho city. At present that
part of town, which is rapidly grow
ing up, has been sadly neglected In
regard to cross-walks, lights, sowers,
etc., and It will bo tho aim of the
Enterprise to draw the attention of
our city fathers to tho neglected dis
trict. Albany High school this week will
graduate four of its most popular
students. Those receiving the neces
sary credits are: Flo Quales,
Agnes Thompson, Margaret Mon
tolth and Mr. Ray Cox.
THE teeth are injured more
by n.eglect than from
any other cause. Thoroughly
brush them every day with
Mm Lf OElS .
Oregon City, Jan. 27. Eli Wil
liams, a well-known pioneer of this
state, died hero yestorday morning.
Mr. Williams was born inOhlo in
184 G, and crossed tho plains with his
paronts to Oregon In 1852. The
family settled at Portland. In 1883
Mr. Williams moved to custom Claelc
amas county, whore tho town of Estn
ottda Is now located. Ho purchased n
farm and remained there unlll 1808,
when ho was tho choice of the Repub
lican county convention for assessor,
In which odlco he sorved four years.
Ho loaves a wife and tho follow
ing chlldron: Dr. Arthur II., of
Halfway, Ore.; Mrs. Myrtle Tilson, of
Salem; Lloyd, of Oregon City; Mrs.
Iva Loroy, of Portland; I. N. C, of
Portland; Harry C, of Texas, and
Walter It., of Portland.
Members o.f Commercial Club
Planning Series of Neigh
Albany, Oro., Jan. 27. The Al
bany Commorclal Club, on Saturday
noxt, will journoy In a body to Unr
rlsburg to pay that city u visit. Ovor
half a hundred of Albany's proml
nont huBlnosB mon havo ngrood to
go, and Harrlsburg, no doubt, will bo
overrun with AlbnnyltoB whan tho
upoolul car roaches that town.
Tho wook following tho local club
will journoy to Jefferson. It Is tho
lntontlon of tho Albany Commorclal
Club to call on all of its notghbora,
J ordor to got hotter acqunlntod.
J. W. Cusiok, tho Albany banker,
Tho body will bo brought to Salem
for burial tomorrow (Saturdny) fore
noon. It will bo, taken directly from
tho 11 o'clock train to tho City Ylow
comotory. Row Burr G. Loo will con
duct tho 8.01'vIcoh at tho gnivostdo.
Cured of a Severe Attack of Bron.
chilis by Chamberlain's Cough
HAYS HAIR HEALTH
NEVER FAILS TO
RESTORE GRAY HAIR
TO ITS NATURAL
COLOR nnd BEAUTY.
SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE
Cut thl dv. out od mall with your
mint and ddr. and w '
rill. HAY SPfcC M.TIE8 CO.
jaCllnt-n Jt .NwlW.N J.,U.a A.
Capital National Bank
Capital. Surplus and Undivided
" Profits, i'MO.000.
Officer mul Director;
J. II. Albort President
VS. M. Crolsan. .Viee-Prealdont
job H. Albert Cashier
' John A. Orson
Geo. P. Rodgers
"On October 18th. last, my lttle
threo yoar olid daughter contracted
a sovoro cold which resulted in a
bad caso of bronchitis," says Mrs.
W Q. Gibson. Lexington, Ky. "She
lost tho powor of speech complotoly
and wns a vory sick child. Fortu-
natoiy wo had a bottle of Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy lu tho nous
nnd gavo It to hor according to tho
prln tod dlroctlons. On tho second
day Bho waa a groat deal bottor, and
on tho fifth dny, October 23rd, she
wiib ontlroly won of her cold nnu
brnnchltls, which I attribute to this
Bplondld modlcine. I -rocommond
Chnmobrlaln'B Cough Romody unro
sorvodlv ns I havo found it tho sur
est, safest and quickest euro for
colds, both for children and adults,
of any I havo ovor used." For salo
by nil good druggists.
School Chlldron Injured.
Clovoiand, O., Jan. 28. Noarly a
score of school children woro Injurod
today when u Lako Shoro Railroad
passenger train ran down and do-
niollHhod tho bus In whloh they woro
riding to school.
At Un hospital whoro thoy woro
takon It wns stnted that six of thUm
probably would die.
Hack In Chicago tho basohall bugs
think Roy Mlllor Is an inlloldor
Some oxpect him to boat Stolnfuldt
out of iv Job. and other say Tlnkor.
Tho Cincinnati UedB nro attempting
to arrange n trado with tho Cubs for
Mlllor. With Mlllor. Oakos and
Mitchell in the Cincinnati outilold.
It would be a Const leaguo trio.
Foley's Kidney Remedy will euro
any oase of kidney or uiauaer trou
ble that Is not beyond tho ronoh of
medicine, it Invigorates the entire
system and strengthens the kidneys
so they eliminate the impurities
from the blood. Baokaohe, rheu
mntlBin, kidney and bladder trou
Me are all eured by Uils great mad-
lolne. Sold by J. O. Perry.
and they will be cleansed,
preserved and beauti
fied. It neutralizes mouth
acids and imparts purity
and fragrance to the breath.
PLEASE STUDY THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT AND CONTRIBUTE
ONE FACT TO HELP ADVERTISE OREGON FOR 1910
Promoters of Jeffries-Johnson
Fight Seeking Publicity
Over Place of Fight.
UNITED rnGSR r.BABRD WIHB.
Salt Lake City, Utah, Jan. 28.
Utah will get tho Jeffries-Johnson
fight or Tex Richard will forfeit the
entire purse of $101,000 Is tho latest
word from tho Nevada promoter yes
torday in a telegram received hero
Richard says he has already
agreed to post the entire purse with
"Big" Tim. Sullivan, of New York,
as stake holder. Jeffries and John
son aro to dlvldo tho money If tho
authorities of Utah Interfert with or
stop tho fight.
Tho telegram roads as follows:
"Contract signed between myself,
Borgter and Jeffries In Ogden Jan
uary 24 by which I nm to post the
entire puree with Timothy D. Sulli
van or wow Yoric. m case tno
authorities intorfero, tho $101,000 is
to bo divided equally betwteen Jeff
and Johnson. There Is no possibil
ity of tho contest being declared o'f
through any Interference of Gleason.
"I think that tho story that tho
fight hns boon declared off in Utah
must havo emanated from tho San-
Francisco society of tho knockers qf
San Francisco, Jan. 2S. "It looks
llko press agent's work," is tho com
ment of Jack Gleason today on Rtck-
nrd's telegram that tho fight will bo
held near Salt Lake.
"I don't boliovo that Jeff, signed
any agreomont with Rlcknrd," de
clared Gleason. "I havo Joff.s' word
that ho will stick to mo and I believe
Deafness Cannot Re Cured
by local applications, as they can
not reach the diseased portion of tho
ear. There is only ono way to cura
deafness, and that Is by constitu
tional remedies. Deafness In caused
by an inJlnnied condition of tho mu
cous lining of tho Eustachian Tube.
Whon this tubo Is lullnmod you
havo a rumbling sound or Imper
fect hearing, and when it is ontlroly
closed, deafness is the result, and
unless tho Inflammation can bo tak
on out and this tubo restored to its
normal condition, hearing will be
dostroyod forovor; nine cases out of
ton nro caused by catarrh, which Is
nothing but an inflamed condition
of tho mucous surfaces.
Wo will give Ono Hundred Dol
lars for any caso of deafness
causod by catarrh) that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send
tor circulars, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pilla for con
stipation. . o
Notice to Contractors.
Notice is horohy given that tho
Board of Directors of school district
No. 40, McMinnvlllo, Oregon, doslre
proposals or bids for tho erection and
complotlon of a two-story brick high
soliool building with bnsemont, ns
por plana and spoolllcntlo'ns prepared
by Kronor & Honn, architects, C23
Worcester building, Portland, Ore
gon; plans and specifications for
which snld building onn bo seen olth
or at tho office of said architects, or
at tho olllce of R. L. Connor, nttoruoy
at law, MoMlnnvlllo, Oregon.
Bids will bo rocolvod not lator
than February 6, 1910.
J. O. RQGlflRS.
Clerk of School Board, MoMlnnvlllo,
Fever sores and old chronic soroa
should not be honied entirely, but
should bo kept In healthy condition
This onn be done, by applying Cham
benaln's salve. This salvo has no
unerlor for this purpose. It is also
moat excellent for chapped hand.
Mire nipple, burns and diseases of
the skin. For sale by ail good drug
The Greatest and Most Successful Movement to Bring People
to Oregon For the Smallest Possible Expense Use
the Home Newspaper and Tell the Story
of the Matchless Soil of Oregon.
SECOND CAMPAIGN FOR TEN THOUSAND FACTS OF PRODUCTION.
Help Us to Get the Material that Will Land Fifty Thousand New People in Oregon.
The undorslgnod was for threo years President of the Salem Commercial Club and for threo years Presi
dent of tho Willamette Valley Development League.
As President of the latter organization two years ago he got up tho compilation known as One Thousand'
Facts of Production, which has proven the best advertising matter ever gotten up to bring Homeseekers to
Western Oregon. I-
Tom Richardson made the statement publicly at Salem that tho One Thousand Facts had brought one
thousand families to Western Oregon within one year after it was printed.
Tho Southern Pacific publicity department printed the One Thousand Facts In folder form and circu
lated thousands of them. The time has come to get up a new collection of facts in a larger scale and cover
tho whole state, and convince the world tlmt this is the richest and most productive state in tho union.
HELP DEVELOP OREGON BY SENDING US ONE OR MORE FACTS.
Your name has been sent us as one of the successful producers of your section of the 'state, aad I
want you to take the trouble to'stnd me a brief statement of fact on some lino of production. Whatever
it is, we want the amount produced, and what it sold for in the'market. That simple statement answers
thousands of questions from people who aro coming to Oregon, and your neighborhood wiU get tho full benefit
from publishing tho stntement and tho namo and postofflce of the producer, as is proposed to do in each oaae,
and letth,e facts speak for themselves.
, Here aro given a few specimen statements that have been published for tho past two years, nnd hare
done tho business of settling tip tills part of tho state. These aro to show how we want the statement
made in the most concise manner, proving what the soil will produce and that wo havo markets for our prod
ucts, and tbat tho cultfvatfon of tho soil and raising stock and poultry pays:
A Few Sample Facts Showing How to Get Up a Statement
Wo sold $115 worth of strawber
ries off ono acre Inst year. C. L.
Our 75 registered Lincoln long
wool ewes brought us $2000 per year
for tho past two years. Hawley &
From about six acres, picked 946
bushels Italian prunes and sold them
for C cents per pound, dried, real
izing $1020. Frank Hrubetz, Rose-dale.
From 73 hens I sold poultry and
eggs, $200; have 100 left.' All in
1907. M. C. Looney, Jefferson.
Bought 40 acres of hop land for
$13,000. First crop paid for it.
Thomas Hilman, Eola.
I raise and fatten from 150 to 200
head of hogs each year. Fred Achil
From 100 acres I harvested 397
tons hay, clover and timothy mixed.
Sold at 10 per ton. J. C. Hare, Hills-boro.
Sold 400 pounds of Royal Ann
cherries in 1907 for $200 from one
tree 14 pears old. A. Vercler, Polk
I picked ten bushels of English
walnuts from ono tree and sold for
$5.40 per bushel. Frank Diem, Mis
I have 100 Angora goats from
which I sheared 350 pounds of mo
hair this season and sold the same
at 30 cents' per pound. R. Y. Por
FACTS ARE CONVINCING AND ARE UNANSWERABLE.
Send us from ono to five facts stated as concisely as the above or in a more extended manner if you
desire. Rut send us the facts. We must have them to prove that Oregon surpasses any other section in the
west in producing tho greatest variety, the richest yields and has tho best markets. Take time to make
your statement accurate and make it for the year 1000, if possible. The past year was not a bumper yoar,
but in grain, fruit, potatoes, hops, cattlo, horses, sheep, goats, and poultry we want to be able to make a
good showing of tho facts of production In spite of tho fact that It was a poor year. It was a poor year in
other states and we arc not afraid of comparisons. Help the campaign of development of our grand common
wealth. Contribute your mlto to showing tho facts of production the story of the soil told by tho men who
can bo referred to by any inquirer who wants to back up tho statements ho reads.
Make out your statement of fact and send it on sheet below,aid do not fall to sign your name and post-.
E. HOFER, President.
office in full.
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Building, for Sale.
Sealed bids will be recoivod nt
tho School Clork's office at 3S8
Stnto street for purchase of tho
dwolllng ou tho East half of Block
22, Englowood Add. Certified
check of 10 per 'cent of amount of
bid to accompany oaoh bid. .Right
roaervod to rojoot nny or all bids.
Ulds to bo opened at office of undor
slgnod Friday, Jan. 2S, 1910, nt 5
o'clock p. m.
11. A. JOHNSON. Jr.. Clerk.
Work 21 Ilours a Day.
Tho busiest little things ever made
aro Dr. King's New Llfo Pills. 'Every
pill Is a sugar-coated globule of
health, that ohanges weakness Into
strength, languor Into energy, brain
fag into mental power; curing consti
pation, headache, chills. Dyspepsia,
malaria, 25c at J. C. Perry's.
Tho tender loaves of a harmless
lung-healing mountainous shrub,
glvo to Dr. Shoop's Cough Romody
its marvelous curative properties.
Tight, tickling, or distressing
coughs, quickly yield to tho healing,
soothing notion of this splendid pre
scription Dr. Shoop's Cough Rem
edy. And It is so safo and good for
chlldron, as well. Containing no
opium, chloroform, or other hnrm
ful drugs, mothers should In safety
always domnnd Dr. Shoop's. If
other remedies aro offered, tell
them No! Be your own judge!
Sold by Capital Drug Stor .
Max Fleishman, director of the
Cincinnati club, Is off on a Roosevelt
trip to Africa.
Too Much Face.
You feel as If you had one faco
too many whon you havo neuralgia.
Don't you? Save the face, you may
need It; but get rid of tho Neural
gia by appllng Ballard's Snow Linl
mont. Finest thing in tho world
for rheumatism, neuralgia, burns,
cuts, scalds, lamo back and all
pains. Sold by all doalers.
Indianapolis shlppod a lomon to
the Now Rork (Hants In the shape of
Rubo Marquardt, and now they have
n lemon by tho name of Lomou. Ah,
is or should be worried when the
little ones have a cough or cold. It
may lead to croup or plourtey or
pneumonia then to something
more serious. Ballard's Horehound
Syrup will cure the troubles at onco
and prevent any complication.