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DAILY OAPITAIi JOUItNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 0, J 010.
Silk Petticoats Only $3.35
Endorse' Butteville Bridge Across Willamette Condemns
Bonding for Roads Electio n of officers and Delegates to
Jacob Voorhees called the Pomona
Grange to order.
Following were present as dele
gates and alternates to the Marlon
county grange convention and mem
bers of Pomona grange:
Brooks, No. 349, E. V. Manning,
F. X. Moisan, Mrs. L. Evans. J. P.
Will E. Purdy, Lester Matthieu and
Bertha Matthieu. Mrs. Julia John
.North Howell, No; 274, Ephrlam
AViesner, S. H. Van Tramp, John Walt
jnan. Miss Nellie Sawyer, secretary.
Sulem, No. 17, F. A. Myers, H. C.
Fletcher, Mrs. A. V. Donaldson, J. A.
Howell, Mrs. I. A. Morris and Miss
Hair falling out? Troubled with dandruff?
Inercdicnts: Sulphur. Qlyosrln,
s c 11 : Capaloum. Bags.
We believe doctors endorse this formula, or we would not put it up.
Does mot: Color (trae tHair
J. O. Atfti roMPJtyr,
We have some very fine selected, recleaned seed oats, both greys
and white oats. Quality considered, you will find our prices the
lowest in the city. 1
We have the largest stock in the
made spray as well as a full stock
make your own spray. We sell in
BULK GARDEN SEEDS
Remember that we carry all BtLK
ago seeds that have been sent out
a complete stock of fresh seeds.
Some very tine sets
The largest wholesale and retail Feedmen and SeeUmn In the
255 N. Commercial Street. Salem. Oregon.
$15.00 Suits $10.00
S17.00 Suits $12.50
$18.00 Suits $15.00
$25.00 ONE-PIECE SUITS
$15.00 ONE-PIECE SUITS
Ethel Fletcher, alternates.. Mrs. Z.
R. Fletcher, secretary.
Butteville, No. 74, Wm. E. Purdy,
Lester Matthieu, Mrs. Bertha Mat
thieu. R. W. Woolworth, alternate.
Mrs. Julia Johnson, secretary.
Gervais, No. 375, E. E. Shields,
Mrs. Clara Shields, Wm. J. Clarke.
Otto Schwab, secretary.
Stayton,No. 340, L. S. Lambert, A.
P. Kirsch, E. P. Heger. E. P. Heger,
secretary. Alternates, C. F. Loose,
G. F. Harrold, Alvah Smith.
Woodburn, No. 79, R. F. Cooley,
W. R. Townsend, J. N. W. Boney. G.
F. Boney, secretary. G. V. Wils6n,
Mrs. Ella F. Plank and M. B. Wil
Want more hair? An elegant dressing?
Quinln. Sodium eWorld,
Alcohol. Wotor. Perfume
TwpII , Mmw
valley and carry the ready j
of the material if you prefer to
any quantity that you may need.
SEEDS and have no old pack-
year after year to work off; but &
at a low price.
, BIG CONVENTION
$1.00 Pillow Shams 39c
Those dainty shams are partly
of lace and aro very protty to
put over some dainty color.
$3 German Table Linen $1.35
$1.60 Gorman Table linen J1.20
n.GO IJeatherbloom Pottl
These have been great sellers
and in order to meet the de
mand .we sent for another large
shipment. Special 69c
45c Corset Covers 24c
The demand for these have
very great, but we can still sup
ply you from our large pur
chase. Daintily trimmed Cor
set Covers, 45c values . . . .24c
$25.00 Suits .'. ..$19.50
$30.00 'Suits S24.50
$35.00 Suits $29.50
Macleay, No. 293, A. Lewis, Harle'y
King, W. L. Cummings, delegates.
Mrs. A. Lewis, George Hooper, Mrs.
Wm. L. Cummings, alternates. Era
Surprise Grange, Turner, No. 233,
H. P. Earl, C. A. Bear, J. E. White
head, delegates. Mrs. Mattie Earl,
John 'Carter, Mrs. Annie Carter, al
ternates. T. E. Herren, secretary.
R. Woolworth and W. C. Kinyon, of
Mrs. Addie Manning, of Brooks.
Hou. T. L. Davidson, Jos Sell
wood and Rev. P. S. Knight, of Sa
Mrs. Zella R. Fletcher read the
roll of Marion County Pomona
Grange, over 300 members. A num
ber of new names were added and
took Pomona degree today.
Endorse Buttcvlllo Bridge.
Resolutions from Butteville grange
asking for bridge afcross Willamette
river, as promoted by the Tri-County
Push Club, was read and after free
presentation was endorsed.
Jacob Voorhees, of Woodburn;
Wm. E. Purdy, of Butteville, and E.
Shields, of Gervais, spoke with great
earnestness and created great enthu
siasm for the proposition.
Talked Good Roads.
The presiding officer asked expres
sions on the proposed good roads
campaign inaugurated by Judge Web
ster, of Portland, and a numberof the
members spoke on the matter. There
is a strong sentiment for a better road
system, but all who spoke seemed to
bo opposed to the plan proposed by
Webster, and believed it would be
rejected by the people.
A fine grange dinner was 'then
served by the ladies of Salem grange.
The afternoon was spent In elec
tion of Pomona officers, and selection
of delegates to the state grange.
Following delegates were chosen
this afternoon to represent Marion
county at the state grange:
E. G. Wlesner, North Howell.
T. C. Davidson, of Salem.
John Girardin, of Turner.
The wives of these gentlemen are
Life is the
have added much to life, for they
are pleasing thousands of discrim
inating smokers who appreciate
the art of good tobacco well blend
ed. They will please you, too.
10 for 10 cents
THE JOHN BOLLMAN CO, Whu
PASS IT UP?
An Opportunity to Get an Ar
mory at a Nominal Cost to
At the Salem Board of Trade
this evening the subject of a $25,
000 armory for Salem will como up
In substantial form. It has been
learned that about $12,500 Is avail
able from the state for this purpose
provided the local authorities will
match It with an oqual amount in
real estate or otherwise, and it is be
lieved that this is the opportunity
for Salem to make a ten strike for
a fine public building which could
bo used as an auditorium, conven
tion hall, for Cherry fairs, horse
fairs and other public occasions. It
Is Hko matching pennies with a sure
knowledgo that you will win every
time; In short, It will bo 100, per
cent profit from the day wo put up
our money, and Salem can't afford
to pass the opportunity by.
Adjutant General Flnzor, of the
National Guard, has been invited to
como up and present this matter at'
tonight's meeting, and every enter
prising citizen should go out and
hear the plan discussed. Salem pub
He men and property owners aro on
the alert. They want It and this Is
Other maters of importance will
bo brought up at the mooting to
night, such as the organization of a
Chautauqua for Salem, the estab
lishment of a pre-coollng station by
the government and other enter
prises which mean much for the cap
Immigration has commenced
coming in freely, and some substan
tial sales have been made to new
comers every day for some time
past. Don't fall to attend the meet-1
COMET HAS HID
IN THE ZONE
r UNITED PRESS LEASED WIItB.
Oakland, Cal., March 9. For tho
next month Halley's comet will be in
visible to the astronomers who havo
been watching the approach of the ce
lestial wanderer for' several weoks.
Professor Charles Burckhalter, tho
astronomer in charge of the tolescopo
of the Chabot observatory, stated to
day that the comet will bo visible
again about April 15.
The reason why tho comet has sud
denly disappeared Is because It has
entered the zone where its light ls
lost In tho rays emanating from the
The tailed sto,r will be more bril
liant when it is seen again, and will
bo nearer the earth.
Notice of Intention to Improve Win
Notice is hereby given that the
Common Council of tho City of Sa
lem, Oregon, deems It expedient and
proposes to Improve Winter street in
the City of Salem, Oregon, froin the
North lino of Court street to North
Mill Creek, in said city, with
crushed rock cement pavement, ac
cording to the plans and specifica
tions adopted for such improvement,
and on file in tho office of tho City
Recorder, which said specifications
are hereby referred to for a moro
perfect description of said improve
ment, said improvement to bo made
at tho expense of tho adjacent prop
erty within tho limits of said Im
provement. Remonstrances may be filed
against said Improvement within 10
days from the flnal publication of
The date of the first publication
of this notice is the 9th day of
DyO rder of the Common Council.
W. A. MOOKES, City Recorder.
glVltlg Portland, Ore., March 9. Do
spondency Is today assigned for the
suicide of two men in this qltx Into
yosterday, both ondlng their lives by
L. 13. Huntor, a carpenter, who took
morphine, had been completely ovor
balancod Which confronted him In
the study of sociology.
The other man, whose name Is un
known, had grlavad ovor separation
from his wife. Repairing to a room
ing house, he took thd fatal potion,
leaving a letter to his wife and one
to Ul sfather, but addressing nelthor.
Ho was 40 years old, and his appear
ance indicates that ho was a man of
education and refinement.
Try a Journal want &d
Looks Summery, Doesn't - It ?
Women's Oxfords for $2eOO
Wc have placed in a bargain box about 40 pairs of Women's Oxfords in kid and patent leathers, sizes
2Y to 8, sold regularly at$2.15 to $2.95, now $2.00. This comes at very opportuno time to get a good
pair of Oxfords when most needed, and while you como in to look at theso we will be glad to show you our
Full Spring Line in Tan
When Without Exertion or Cost You
Can Enjoy Meals and Cure
A Trial Package of Stuart's Dyspep
sia Tablets Sent Free.
Don't blamo your stomach or your
luck when your meals declare war
on your system.
When tho stomach won't do its
work It is because it cannot.
When foul smelling odors come
from your stomach, when tho head
aches and tho sourness of mouth
every morning makes you hato your
breakfast, when dreams and night
mare assail you, don't give up tho
This Is tho appeal of nature, and
It should bo heard.
Over-eating, lato suppers, poorly
chewed food, too rich pastries and
under-done cooking nre some of tho
causes of thestomach's 111 health.
When thostomach Is busy, It
presses and churns all tho liquid
matter from food and with Its
juices dissolves Into liquid form or
pulp everything which comes into it.
If such food bo poisonous it ef
fects the Juices, attacks tho stom
ach, goes Into tho blood and weakens
tho entiro system.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets will di
gest a full meal easily without ma
terial assistance from tho stomach.
They will restore the gastric fluid
with all the elements needed. Thoy
build up tho blood, destroy sour
tusto, bad breath, belching, stomach
and bowol trouble and quickly re
stores natural conditions.
Ono grain of Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablots will digest 3,000 grains of
food In tho stomach or In a glass
vial without aid of tho human diges
Tho mothod of Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablota aro tho methods of Naturo.
Thoy contnln every roqulslto for
the stomach and digestion. After A
meal ono of these little tabloto when
It enters the stomach, mingles with
tho juices, attacks the food and di
gests it. It removes tho formonted
and decayed mass, lying stagnant
there and eases tho stomach at once.
It Is wholly a question for you to
solvo. Your druggist will furnish
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, 50c the
box, or Bond us your namo and ad
dress and wo will Bond you a trial
package free. Address F. A. Stuart
Co., 150 StuarU, Bldg., Marshall,
A Mun of Iron Nerve.
Indomltablo will and tremoudous en
orgy ure novor found whoro stomach,
liver, kldnoy and bowols aro out of
order. If you want those qualltloa
and tho success 'thoy bring, use Dr.
King's NoWLlfe Pills, the matchless
regulators, for keon brain and strong
body. 26c at J. C. Perry's.
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WmTU V". vfiK HI'S- ,".JrW.I
Its tho time of year when everybody la feollng , cheerful buoy- j
ant trying to out-do naturo, as
with new things to help this
That shipment of Spring Shirts
for has arrivod. Its a magnificent lot the kind our customers al
ways expect to find here. Tho
Golf and Soft Collar Shirts a
terns so great as to make shirt buying a pleasure.
Those aro popular priced shirts sold on a cash basis and bolong
to that long chain of honest values that tilnds tho public closer and
closer to us with unfailing confidence. '
THE OLD MAN
Nephews Will Bring Action to
Have the Marriage of Their
84-Year-Old Uncle Annulled,
UNITED MESS LEASED WIIUS.)
San Francisco, March 9. Carl
and Azro Cobiirn, nephews of Loren
Coburn, an aged millionaire of Pesca
doro, who married his dead wifes
sister rocently, asserted today that
thoy will proceed with two separate
actions against their 84-year-old rel
ative to havo him declared incompe
Azro Coburn, who arrived horo
from Holyoko, Mass., where ho has
a bank, declared that ho would bring
action to havo his uncle's marriage
Tho nephews charge that tho octo
genarian married to splto thorn. Thoy
baso their assertion on a remark
mado by Coburn shortly aftor tho
coromony, February1 28, when ho la
quoted as having said that ho "would
fool thom yet.'
Of good health should prevent sick
ness Instead of letting themselves get
sick and thon tvl to euro it. So long
as you koep your liver, bowols nnd
stomach In a healthy and active con
dition you won't got sick. Ballard's
florblne relievos constipation, inac
tive liver and all stomnch and bowel
troubles. Sold by all dealers.
On Monday, March 14, tho citi
zens of Junction City will voto on a
proposition to Issue $30,000 of civic
improvement bonds to bo expended
on street paving and to amollorato
general civic conditions.
A Swollen Jaw
Is not pr.otty nor pleasant. Whothor
It is caused by nouralgla, toothacho or
accident, Ballard's Snow Liniment
will rcduco tho swelling and rellovo
tho pain. Tho great and suro euro
for rheumatism, cuts, burns, scalds
any and all aches and pains. Sold
by all doalors,
Superintendent Dickers Here,
II. E. Dlckors, tho formor well-
known Pondloton resident who Is
now suporlntondont of tho Institu
tion for tho fooblo minded, arrived
today noon on tho delayed train
from Salem and will spend a fow
days In looking aftor his business
Interests horo. Pondloton . East
A Timely Protection.
Evoryono knows tho aftor offsets of
la grippo aro ofton moro dangerous
than tho dlsoase. So ofton It leads to
pneumonia, which a woakoned heart
action makos fatal. La grippo
coughs that strain and wonkon the
systom ylold quickly to tho honling
and strengthening qualities of Foloy's
Honey and Tar. Rofuao substituted.
1 J. C. Perry.
It were. This store la overflowing
so many of you havo been looking
patterns aro beautiful ones In both
variation of styles, colors and pat
is Out of Tune
the whole system is off the key
stomach upset, bowels slttg
gish, head heavy, skin sallow
and the eyes dull. You cannot
be right again until the cause
of the trouble is removed . Cor
rect the flow of bile, and gently
stimulate the liver to healthful
action by taking
the bile remedy that is safe to
use and convenient to take.
A dose or two will relieve the
nausea and dizziness, operate i
the bowels, carry new life to '
the blood, clear the head and
improve the digestion.
These old family pills are the
natural remedy for bilious
complaints and quickly help
the liver to f
note of Health
la Voxcs 10c and 25c.
Foloy's Kidney Romndy is a saf
nnd certain remedy for all kldnoy and
bladdor diseases, whether acute or
chronic. It is a splendid tonic for
mlddlo aged and elderly people, and
a suro euro for annoyances and Ir
regularities of tho kldnoys and blad
der. J. 0. Perry.
Tho Berlin Coyoto Club. Lino
county, recently organized, has a
momebrshlp of about 50, Tho club
lovys an assessment of 20 con la on
oach membor whoa a coyoto is
killed, 80 per cent of tho assessment
going to tho man owning tho dogs.
10 per con to tho member killing:
tho coyoto and 10' por coat to tha
club. Anyone killing a coyoto with
out a dog secures tho, entiro assess
ment. Coughs that start In tho fall asd
hang on until spring aro suro trouble
breeders unless checkod and cured.
Bronchitis', pnoumonia and consump
tion' are tho .direct result. Foley
Honey and Tar euros tho cough, stops
tho hard breuthing and heals ad
soothes tho Inflamed air passages.
Refuse substitutes. J, C. Porry. '
A Brownsvlllo minister who had
boon preaching a bogging sermon
concluded as follows: "I don't
want any to contribute who havo
not paid tholr subscription to tho
homo papor, for tho country, news
papers need money a great deal
moro than do the hoatbon." ,
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A Neighbor of Yonrs.
As well ao yourself Is liable at any
tlmo to havo rheumatism. We're all
Hablo to havo outB or burns, bruises,
or scalds, crick In tip back, neck or
slilo some kind of an acho or pain.
Thon heed this advice and tell your
nolghbors- Ballard's Snow Liniment
relieves nil aches and pains, and heals,
all wounds. Sold by all dealers.