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wwwwwi(B . - WMMV(,'W,WR SfW ew - " kt , ft !f V JB YOU To Eat Weil, Sleep Well, taki3 And Work Well, Beecham's Pills You will Cat wall, 1IKCAU8E, by their specific Action on the Digestive Orirana, Beechnm'a Pills remove tho (MiMtlon of fulness mid oppression commonly experienced, gtve lb appetite " edge," and rettOTO tl) MtomaelitoboaUbyand natnrat function. You will Sloop wait, lIKCAUSi: Beeohnm's Pills gently calm Irritation of the Kervcmi B.-ratem, while by their stlmnlattve and cleansing action npon Ike liver and K'dneys, Digestion proceeds with normal regularity to that at night the tratiqnlllicd mind and bod are prepared for Katnre's meet restorer peaceful slumber. Should one feel resiles after an sidling or convivial evening, a dote of Ooeolinm's Pills will quickly Induce refreshing sleep. You will Work wall, ItECAUSB Boechnm's Pills bring ahoat the proper asslmlbftlon of the food taken, gtretono to the Stomach, purify the Mood, Invigorate the Nervous System, add force to the Motclea, and thus endue tbo worker mental or physical with renewed eotrgj and power; Sold Evarywhoro In Boxob, SO oonts and 25 cents I -ii JJuaLcm m or fofa118 an& Children. BHgMfijTlie Kind urn Have rHHKbkI Always Bought I XN4tfUbJePrparfllionforA3 a I siBadnglheflAndReiila- ,. g I ylUeSteaaxteanuLtarclsof H JfiQQXQ J,LLQ aw I ' 'I Signature u I PxoHwtea D'njMtton.ClvcriUr-' a &f lAr I nsasamUlcst.ContAlii' nnilft'c f J X isp Sik'jn.Morirtiine norruiurriil )i M I J oxNAitcoTic. m tliWisr ' ' & . 1 If I jm&rmt i h tff fnAZfi'' ( H a IT AnfedS8vdyforCan3Ufwi III' Boh Sour 9fcmach,Dlflnitoea I &Y Nfams,Go(mits3onsVveri5h- M 4 V T.nw ness&oilLossoFSLZRP. m X" I" OF Fas Simile StfrtAturs of N I exact copy or wrapper, JSj 8lJThV3 F IlohTov. Mam.. 152 Shnvnmit Aftrr I lmd bwn murriad rtbout four hwilth generally docliue. I seemed to lose the light step ' nml (irnuyel venrily ulufi( instead. Mynpietito fiulod mo nml I liiat hmtlih unil atrenuth. I mtis nervous and had lutuitf Ktitui tli rung U my liinlis and Rtonuich wlulo bear iti don it )Nt.t-M ami conatunt htwdaojies aililwl to iuy misery. The iiHmmrual )bw Itnmino moro and wore jirofuw and I wnj unfit to nHeiul to my daily dnties. Jly lauband calletl in (liru. lUruriit Yilivifiiinia nml I tnnli AiiAiifrh iiicwlicine to kill or cure iv drown wtMuen, but it nil took Y tun of L'anlui. In n few days I felt a cltanRO for the better, my gon cral healtli improved and at tho next time of my periods my How was moro natural hi d 1 wa in 1 pain, flnuluallyl recoverwl my health and strenKth ami tint now in jwrfect health. I tako an occaional dose of ino of t'ardui which kiMjps me well. t am nappy 10 oive yirS tliii ouuemomunt. (J J A you Wh ilnn't vnn frv fnr tlin Himn With Mrs. IticktlT llUS? It il eoure If you take Wine of Cnrdnl aceordinjj to directions. Vino of tardui itreiiRtliwis weak and woni-out women of any ago ami amto the mother nnd housewifo to bear her oxactinjr dutiei. Wine of Cunlui makes women fit for all the duties ut womanhood. , , It will relievo the pains of irregularity, oures falling of the -womb, loucorrhuia, ovarian troubles, and has been known to wwoye yhat phy? licinns considered dangerous tumors. Vointnv do not suffer at tho monthly periods. They do not i because Wine of Curdui trives Uiemstrotig nerves fi it fMiimKi anfTArJiiiT A 1.00 bottle of Wiue of Cardul purchased from your druggist will keep you free from pain. WlNEOtRDU! W Sale Ten If Eillion Boxes a Year. T Satea,NDY GJVFhi'FK'lll'mm0 M. BESTFOR THE BOWELS M BBHBBsBBBHPsWBsHHBsjsBHllHC vi . , ,.- - - Lm i -' VlrftSB ' In Use Over Thirty Years w ntw rone scry. 3L' I f iMiW'IW I, t Wl 2f3L TtsaC Avo.. Oct. 25. 1002. muutlu I felt iuy hatl no effect on mo whatoTer, until I I'realdent, lWok Hay Vonian'a Club. It ii eay to t any ago nml assis wine moi iter ana gj Wine of Cunlui makes women fit 1 l womenwuo e ino oi i uruut sutler liyntenciti attacks , freed from the irritation r ,'v-Vl Ai I (4f eiierauit ee - ' 80ME FIFTEEN YEARS AGO. I wandorctl to tho fjrogBhdp, Tom; I stood bosldo tho" bar. And drank a bowl 6t lomonado nnd umokod a bad cigar; Tho sarao old kogs and Jligs wore thoro, tho onosw8 used to know When wo wore on tho round up, Tom some nitoen years ago. The barkeep Is a new one, Tom. The one who used to sell Corrosive tanglofoot to us Is roasting now In weir, The other has a plate glass front; his hair Is combed quite low, And looks just like the ono wet know somo fifteen years ago. Old soak enmo up and called forNboozo he had the same old grln Whlle othors burned the lining' from their throats with Holland gin. And women stood beside tha door, their faces seamed with woe. And wept just as they uso to weep somo fifteen years ago. I nskod nbout our old-tlmo frlonds, Those cherlshod sporty mon; And some were In the poor' house, Tom, nnd somo were In the pen; And ono, tho ono we llkod tho host, tho hang man laid him low. Tho world Is much tho same, dear Tom, ns flftoen years ago. I asked nbout that stntely chap, that pride marked ns Its own. Ho used to Bay that he rould drink or let the stuff nlona He perished of the James II. Jams, out In tho cold nnd snow r Ah, few survlvo who used to boozo some fifteen years ago. New crowds line up against tho bar nnd cnll for crimson Ink; New hands are trembling as they pour the stuff they shouldn't drink; But still the same old watchword rings "This round to mo, you know!" Tho same old cry of doom was heard some 'fifteon yenrs ago. I wandered to the churchyard, Tom, and thoro I saw the gravos Of those who used to drown them- solvos In red fermentod wnvos; And there woro womou sleoplng thero whoro grass and daisies grow, Who wept and died of brokon henrts, somo flftoon yoars ago. And thoro woro gravos whoro child ren slopt, have slept for many a year, ,jVfc. , Forgetful of tho woes that marked their fitful sojourn hero. And 'nmth a tall white monument, In death thoro lleth low Tho mnn who usod to sell tho boozo some flftoen yoars ego, American Farmor. THE HAIR BRUSH. Breeds Infl Dandruff, Which Causes Fall Hair and Finally Baldness. Prof. Unnn, Hamburg, Gormauy, European nuthorlty on shin dlsoasos, says that dandruff Is as contagious as any other malevolent dlsenso, and that one common source of tho spread of dandruff Is the use of the same hair brush by different persons. The iwny to avoid catching dnndruff or any. other dlsenso from another's DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGONJrVEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1903. brush, Is to Insist on tho uso of New-'noss (bro's Herplclde. It not only kills tho dandruff germ, but It is also an nntlt septic that will provont tho catching of any disease whatever through con- taglon of another's brush.. Sold by lending druggists. Send 10c In stamps for sample to The Herplclde Co., Detroit, Mich. I Daniel J. Fry, special ngont, Salem, I Inauguration of De Paw. Greencastle, Ind. Dec. 9 The In auguration of the Rev. Edwin II j Hughes, formerly of Maiden. Mbjs. as president of De Paw University, was a great day for the well known Methodist Institution of learning.. Many rluninl nnd friends were prev ent from all parts of the country. A lnrge party of alumni from Intllan Japolls arrivetl this morning. The In- numiral exercises beonn In Mahnrrv " ,.,!!? T.- ' , . Hall at 10 o'clockt William Newklrk. preeldont of the board or trustees, presided. The charge to the the new president was delivered by the Rv. Jamee. W. Bashford. president, of Ohio Wesleynn University, nnd was followed by the Inaugural address of the now president. OreeUngs were presented on behalf of the trustees, faculty, alumni and student body of the Institution. The bull was elabor ately decorated with the colors of the jiiulverolty and a lavish use of potted plants and cut flowers. Rdwla Holt Hughes was born at Moundsrtlle, w. Va.. December 7, IStiS. aad Is. therefore, thirty-eeven. years of ago. He Is the son of the Rev. Thomas R Hughes, until ISM n member of tho West Vlrglitla Con-' ferenre and now a raembor of the Iowa CoMforeKce.' He attended the public schools and the preparatory de iwrtment ef the West Virginia Uni versity. Thenee he west to, the Ohio Wsloyan University. j Upon the father's transfer to Iowa ho entered Iowa College, at Gtinuell, riotween his sophomore and junior years he was pastor' in Madlsbn'town ship, pwoshojk county. Aftorward, returning to Ohio, 15$ was graduated from the Ohio Woeloyan In 1889. In the 'spring of that year ho won the Intorstatc oratorical contost, partlcl patd In by winners of provlous con tosts from ton of tho Wostern states Ho was graduated from tho Boston University School of- Theology In 1892, bolng ono of the two class speakors uoloctod by tho faculty. Afterward he did post graduate work In philosophy under profossor Bordon P. Browne. In. 1892 he was trans ferred to tho New England Confer ence and wns stationed, at' Newton Center, Mass. In 189G ho began his pastorate nt Center church, Maiden whore he remained until chosen presi dent of Do Paw. During tho olght years of his pastorate Coritor church prospored constantly until It became the lending church of it,8 denomi nation in tho Now England Conference. X Roentgen Ray Society. Philadelphia, Pn., Doc. 9. Emlnont physicians and sclontlsts of Now York, Chicago, Cleveland. Loulsvlllo and othor cltlos were prosont today at tho oponlng of tho third annual mgotlng of tho American Uoontgon Ray society. Dr. A, W. Goodspood, of tho University of Pennsylvania, Is the prosl'dont of -the society and tho mooting is being held under the nus pices of that university. Tho , bob slons nro to continue two days nnd will be dovotod nlmoso entlroly to discussions of tho value of tho X-ray l from a medical viewpoint. Promtnont nnioug those prosent today was Cap- tain Donna C. Howard, representing (tho medlcnl department of the United States army. She Killed the Actress. Berlin, Dec. 9. Undoubted confir mation shows tho story of tho shoot ing of an actress by Princess Eliza beth Is absolutely true, although of ficials nro making groat nttompts to suppross It. Tho newspapers horo havo boen warned not to publish It. WI'HIHE Without WIIJ Power, Courage, Ambi tion, Energy 'or Hope, the Dys- .. peptic Is Willing to Give Up the Struggle. Tho confirmed dyspeptic has as lit tle interest in llfo as, any. human be lng. Ho is unfitted for Us duties and Is lndltforont to Its charms. Ho is unablo to enjoy tho buslnoss and so cial rolntlons that constitute tho llfo of tho avorago man. All his hopes aro absorbed by the one hope to get' woll and again bo able to onjoy tho good things of llfo. Until this Is re alized, ho is sick at heart and fools hlmsolf to bo of little use. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tnblets are the sufforofs tree of llfo. They will curo him and bring him health and1 bappl- i" i just as suro and cortaln as he takes tiem. Thoy are suro bocnuso thoy are natural and no other cure but a natural ono is suro. Thoy act on tho food and digest It just as well as a stomach would. TJhoy contain oxactly tho somo chomlcal properties as the digestive fluids of tho stomach. By putting Stuart's Dyspopsla, Tab- lets In a bottle or Jar with any kind of food; meat, oggs or vegetables, . with sufficient amount of water, tho process of digestion is cnrrled out just ,ns It Is In a healthy human atom- nek and In the same time There is consequently no unnatural disturb nnao of the dlsfistlve oreans result- i. ,., ,h ...a nt smnrr's nvsnT. sla Tablets. They rollovo the weak and wornout stomach of Its work nnd permit it to rest up and recuper ate and regain Its normal health and . .w 9'rnsth A well-known Buffalo physician says: "I proscribe Stuart's Dyspep sln Tablets on all qc'cnslons 'ns a re lief for weakonod and run-down stora aojis. I find they contain all the in gradients neceeeary for the proper dUjeatlon of the food and will do mare to give the stomach the needed rest than any medicine I could proscribe- They have never failed to give Immediate relief in all my case nml I do not heeitnto to recommend them to all sufferers from dyspep sia?' v Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are for sale by all druggists at 50 cents a box. When You Wnt Something to eat. Just try tha White House, Thoy can serve you at any hour of the dajr or night ntU ftsKliJtHrUWakBrtBetjr 0 SHAKEN WRD A Great Agericy Wo IIovo Secured Control for Thi City of tho Fulton Coin poundo, tho Only Th!ni Known t. Medicine That Curo iOdncy Dlfcnncrj In Both the Primary 'and tSccondnry Stofico. The kMnoTS arc not sensitive and tho disease Is sometimes fastened and already chronls irlili the very first symptoms. If It has hung 1 1 -j t.t u ten mouths it Is siira'y chrealo. a either case why trksohaooes? Why not talu at Oral the only thlug known that cures ktdsey atkeae to the chruulo ns well as ths primary m' Tho Tell case olted below, by permit itou .aiMiionlly uluable,for lu Incurability r ,i iSxiiji.v coaitrnuxl by consulting pbjkloUni., iv-a .fitr reiovc.-y under the Fulton Comtounus '.I rouo-.ory waa also doubly attested, On May l t, iwt, the son of K. C. roll. V ttannKerof tho 1'uclUo Coast lllsrult Com)uny hi ivh-ud.i nud Folso m streets. Saa Franuisi-o K-ni. i.iuiaruU ny tho family phyiteisn to bM . t rm lo uaecydtaaaie and Incurable. Atwtu r (tiiMicina wns called In and confirmed ttn t ' :nMlg. The wholo body was suollth wtilj I'-iMMr, and n ratal termination looked for T) s i-'uiiuu tuipouniis were then turned to nn tri duit ''Oiw On heptomber 1& tho dropsy hail i.tiiuired ahd tbo boy was well, nud alui it .u... fXJnilnnttons the phjslolun declared the recovery wmpli-tq jul gave Mr. ftll a nrtlt. u n purt wlilrn no now Imn. j.iitdU A Cubunlu, tha Police Judeo of Bar Tru l-ihio, uIjo ntlests 'the recovery under h,ls ottu ebscrtailun cf a friend of his who ic re j r re I wbin tho caso (cbronlo Ilrlght's DIs eaix if tho kli aeys) was well known to be la mi"nbleni.'cor.Mng to all medical autborltlrs. Uu tu thu iidvent of the Fnlton Compoundi jit.ull lus Know aithlntf that would curs kidney truuhlei atin tliuy became chronle. About olnotsnttis of all cases are now curable, ever nCir ths?bave developed Into the dreaded elipiulo forms nt ttrlKht'a Disease and rlltot' No Kliitetnentn nro published or Invited except (imiu ubronlc ofttes that, like the above, are In cur.kUte by all other known medicines. If ynui kMney trouble Is recent Fulton's Itrnal Lorn pound will rum It quickly. If It la of ovar elrhl 10 ten months slitndlng it Is ths only thins known that will save your life. John J FulV Co , IM Washington alrtist, San Francisco, soli comtMiiiDderH Fulton's tlenal Compound fi.i ilrlgnt'a and Kidney DMraAex.fl; for Dlabrtt-s 11 M Kre unulrma mnde for patients. Rem fnr pan, ihlut. v are tka excluslts ncenta It this city. Palace Pharmacy, 118 State St S. C. STONE, M. D. ....PROPRIETOR OF.... STONE'S DRUG STORES 8ALEM, OREGON. The stores (two 'n number) are Is cntod at No. 235 and 297 ComtnorcU.1 street, and ere well stocked with I complete line of dnifrs and medicines toilet articles, perfumery, brushes etc. Has had some 3 years experience li tha praetloe of medicine, and no makes no charges for consultation, ei amltMitlon or prtrlptlon Your Stepmother Is (tin hero, and as busy as ever. YTnen your clothe are worn and dirty, or the buttons off take tbem to her, at the Salem Dyelna and Cleaning Works. Repairing and rellnlng; new Telvet collars put o overcoats; also four suits. a montk for $1. Called for and returned. MRS. 0. H. WALKER, Prop. . 19S Commercial BtreM. uMjuHenrrrrg crtoitSH rsSll y DuHliit VtlksUMfibb TsislsisMsttliessn. HsAusi I bMferM NuWtautUm mm TssU iivVsw m0r bresVfr m4 4s asD Ikr hsrlilsliM. 'lalsssmlaJsi ,' Ism ilail. l,poT)i.MftU. fUlt all Autau f't.f.Wa ifc. u W Okxfc, mi. Ti -' u4U.VsV.7rZ i-iflEiT it Mid In Salem by 8. C. Stone. Cell for rree Bunnies. Corvallis & EastemR Ra TIME CARD NO. 24. No. 2 for Yaqulna: Lcavos Albany 13t45p, m. Leaws Corvallis J:00n.ru. Arrives Yaqulna 6:20 p m. No. 1 Returning: Leaves Yaqulna .':4Ba,m. Leaves Comtllls llfSO o.m Arrives Albany 12:16 p.m. No. 3 for Derelt: Loaves Albany 7:00 a.m. Arrives Dotrol 12:20 p, in. No, 4 From Detreit: Leaves Detroit 1:00 p.m. Arrives Albany B:5Cp. m. Train No. 1 arives In Albany in time to connect with the S. P. south bound train, as well as giving two or three hours in Albany before depar ture of S, P. northbound train. Train No. 2 connects with the S. P. trains at Oarvallls and Albany giv ing direct service to Newport and ad Jucant beaches. Train No. 3 for Detroit Breltenbush and other mountain resorts leaves Albany at 7:00 a. m., reaching De troit about noon, giving ample ttme to reach ths Springs same day. For further information apply to RDWIN STONED Manager. T COCKRELL. Agent, Albany. H. IL CRONISH, Agesrt, CorraUIs. s , fEim !Bk W I Pott mm lnnMiuu4l(fi W njgSreuppDBitonji tUUU , Vuu Tk., ltr. HE M qtuti svaMh, sutMiiut, x. c , vritM miUbiU 9gj (by tiilTn Ula tor Itn." . Dr. S. M. 1tm, H W IUt Sk. W VA,rli MTk.wlTtsilrrMliii. Dl fl HUM." rr It I) Uism, Oukffvf, hn, V -IfP My"te prMitM r ss it I km tmis a ! r& KS M yMTf. r, SS Omm. $MfUt f(M. HUH H i i fwsiww. mnm hvsv. lawcsctiw. pa. J Jfc. vr y'.v'f'- r" Snoi(r&iNfi Jffln 3 TRAINS TO THE EA8T pAILY. DKPART fOK Time SCHEDULES Fritte I'oitmn'l, or ARKIVK KK(.M Ch 101-0 rortlanrt 8 60i. m ti auiu logion Salt lk. Denver, rt Worth. Opmhk Kaseau Ulty, HI llll. Ilhtcagn SJ0 p a arid Kasi AUantlc Kzprew 8:15 p ra. vu llUUI lngtott "fltlKSI" r, Mali 7 45 ?. m. via Hj-oksnk Salt Lake, Denver rt. Worth, Omabs, Kctiaas A a, m. '11T, 8t, Lulls. Chicago ami K sv Walla'w'all. LowUtsn. Bjiolrono. Wallace, Pull, man, Minneapolis -bu fanl. tlalutli.Alawatikee Chicago, and East, 70 HOURS POHTLAMD TO CHICAGO Ho Chance of Csrs 70 OCEAN AND RIVER QCHEDUL From PortUBd' Ml sailing dates suIiJk.i to changu Korean FranoiMn hail Vory a days sp. ra t p re Pally except Sunday Sp. a I Saturday 0T-.BU i COl.DMllIARIVEK ToAsUiria an Way lAndlits t p. n ax Hnn'. WILLAMETTE RIVER Steamer Ruth leaves Salem for Portland and .way landings on Tues days, Thursdays and Saturdays, abent 10 n. mi. M. P. BALDWIN. For Corvnllls Mondays, Wednes days and Fridays about 5:30 p. m. A U CRAIG, Agt.O.R.&N. Salem. Gen. Pass. Agt Portland, Or. Offers a choice of THREB gateways, KANSAS CITY, ST. JOflJBPH or OMAHA, to Chicago aad points Bast Through Standard and Tourist sleeping cars daily between Saa Fran cisco and Chicago via Los Angeles and El Pnso. Through Tourist .Sleeper each TUESDAY from Portland to Chicago via Salt Lake and Colorado Springs. Through Standard Sleeping Cars daily between Ogdsn and Chisago. Lowest rate in effect always avail able via "Rock Island SrsUu.." Reduced ROUND TRIP RATES la effect on July 13, 13, IE and 10, and August It, 19, 25 and 21; JO days re turn limit Be sure that your ticket rends via tho Great Rock Island Routs. The beet and most reasonable dlav Ing car sonrico. For Information, GEO. W. BAINTER, T. P. A. L. B. GORHAM, Gen Agt. 2W Alder street, Portland Ore. Quick Time East From Taooma, Seattle, the Paget Soind country and Spotssve to Mis souri river points and ths Socrcssest the Burlington offers qulofc service. Through trains Seattle to Kansas CSty equipped with big, .free ohtttr cars standard Pullman sleepers, and last bat not leaxt tburist sleepers, clean, comfortable and cheap. Whr not take the youth oast special via Billings and the Burlington 7 You cant do better, and you .might do worse A. C. SHE-DON, General Apent I OO THIRD STREET, PORTLAND. O. C. T. CO.'S PA88ENGER STEAMERS POMONA and Altona leave for rorllssd, Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 10 a, in. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 7 a. a For ckirvallls, Tuesday, Thursday aud Saituday at p in For Independence dally except Sunday P . Deck: Foot of Trade Street M. P. BALDWIN, Agt Capital Normal School Pirot National Hank Bulldlnsr. Sslera- The fall term of twelve weeks opens Secttmber 28, Address, j. J. KKArc. aaicsn Of J. Brownstein & Son. 5 State street. Highest cash price BsiaforHlies. Pelts. Wool. Tallow aad furs; Iso freneral dealer 1b ew Ires, FofefcerawJ Metate.