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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, 8ALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1904.
THREE v.ii jK X-iTiM Will WmMmm 4l SPiV'l i-J- ZW?WJ III :::, The Kind Our Mother Used to Take. IT Was The Best Prescription Then It Is NOW. N the old days it was some times considered fashiona- able to be delicate, pale and with an inclination to faint at the least provocation. It is different now. America is raising a strong race a race of vigorous and healthy mothers. When a woman becomes nervous, suf fer! from backache, sleeplessness, a gen eral tired-out and fagged feeling, with dragging-down pains, she turns to the right remedy. She is positive she can get relief and assistance from Doctor Pierce. Backed up by over a third ot a century or remarkable and uniform cures, a rec ord such as no other remedy for the dis eases and weaknesses peculiar to women ever attained, the proprietors of Doctor Pierce Favorite Prescription now feel in legal money of the United States, for any case of Leucorrhea, Female Weak ness, Prolnpsus, or Falling of Womb, which they cannot cure. All they ask is a fair and reasonable trial of their means of cure. There is every reason why women should not trust their delicate constitu tions in the hands of unskilled persons. It requires a thorough medical education to appreciate and understand the wom anly organism. When a woman has ills and pains that she cannot bear when life seems dark for any woman, she should confide her troubles to a physi cian of standing in the community, or one who has a national reputation. Cer tainly it would not be the part of wisdom to confide in an ignorant person without medical education simply because she was a wotttan. There is every reason why she should write to some great specialist, one wuo nas maue me dis eases of women a specialty for a third of a centuiy, like Dr. R. V. Pierce, founder of the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute, of Buffalo, N. Y. All cor respondence is held sacredly confiden tial, and he gives his advice free and without charge. SINOMt AND MARJ.IMD WOMEN physician, In such n case they can put perfect confidence in Dr. Pierce, who lias made such a success in the treat ment of woman's diseases, for he will give you the very best advice possible, and without cost to you. To grow beau tiful, healthy and happy should be the desire of every woman. It is then possi ble to hold a husband and make home happy and bring contentment to it. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription eivea the mother health to give her child. Jt cures nervousness, nausea and sleepless ness. It makes the body comfortable and the mind content. It gives physical vigor and muscular elasticity so that the baby's advent is practically painless, " I write you to let you know I received your kind and ever welcome letter and your kind and fatherly advice," writes airs, iua martin, ot ucrry, Ky. "l com menced your treatment the next day after receiving your letter some months ngo, and followed your advice as clo&ely as I could. Am glad to sny I am in better health than have been for years. Believe I suffered from every disease that ally over-worked, run-down woman could. Was not able to do anything, could not get one good night's sleep; had heart disease of the worst type. A disordered liver was one great trouble, and, passing through change of ltfc, it secnied to cause me excruciating pain in breast and shoulders, I had no appe tite, could not sweep nor do any house work. I took treatment from three of the best doctors in our town but grew worse every day, so I decided to write to Dr. Pierce for advice. I took the medi cines just as you advised and continued until I hod taken six bottles of 'Golden Medical Discovery ' and ' Favorite Pre scription. I know that your medicines did more for me than all the medical treatment I had ever taken." Mrs. Geo W. Wood, of Whitehall, Mich., writes: "I feel that I must let you know how much good your ' Favor ite Prescription ' .ias done for me. In Tunc, -three months ago, an eight-pound bov was born to us my first child. I 6t HAPPY" IN THE SWIM The Original Happy HooliganHasTroubles ofiHis Own able, tho rtsult must bo a most pleas lug antortnlnmont. Curtain at 8:15. New Costumes, New Scenery, New Music, New special ties and Beautiful SIChorus Girls Ul took eight bottles of Dr. Pierce's Favor ite Prescription before his birth and cot along nicely ; was sick only a short time, ite Prescription before his birth and got and when baby was born I felt nearly ais Vrv nftrn find flint it It rrnuallQIlt to fully warranted in offering to pay $500 1 their feelings to consult their family strong ns I ever did. Was staying ut my motlier's at tlie time, ana wnen ixiuy was one week old I rode from tiicre to my home, a distance of about two miles. Got up tic fourth day and remained up. and wlien baby was two weeks old 1 walked to town and back which is quit a distance from where we live. I also felt so strong that I sat up for a short time the very day he was born. Baby is healthy and growing very fast and I give the credit to your wouderful medi cines." MARRIED WOMKN should have a medical book handy, for knowledge is power. A standard m k is the People's Common Sense Mi I ical Adviser, by R. V. Pierce, M. D. Send 31 one-cent stamps for the cloMi bound book, or 21 cents for the papv: covered volume. Address Dr. K. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. BROOKS REPUBS. ORGANIZE A Club Was Formed and General Enthus iasm Prevailed The Third of the Young Aen's Organizations Has Been Started and More Will Follow The Stalwart Soxtotto of tho Snlom Young Mon'a Republican Club wont to Brooks last night and holped tho young men thero to organize a club. Somo of tho old Republicans wore al so out and, In splto of a countor-at traction, In tho shapo of a basket so cial at tho Cloar Lake school houso, there was a good nttonilance, and con sldorabU Roosevelt enthusiasm lot loose. Tho prosperity boosters from Salem woro Jon. Q. Graham, J. C. GOodale, John Reynolds, Lou Stlnson, Hal Patton, Ellis Richardson and n Journal reporter. All contributed to tho destruction of provisions sot up in an attractive manner at the Hotol de Brooks, and a very nice starter for what will bo a rousing campaign club was organized. Tho band o young expansionists, who will bo heard from several tlmos beforo elec tion, was corralled at tho fine new Workman hall, and made comfortable by the local committee. Homer Goulot called to order, and Clydo Harris was made secretary. Al. Jons spoko favorably of tho proposed organization. He thought a good rous ing club could bo secured in this pro clnct. Bruce Jones was heartily In favor of orgnnlzlng a club. Thought It would do good. Hal Patton believed In the organic tlon of tho young mon. It was the. neglect of tho young men that bad cost tho Republicans of Marion county the (sheriffs office for Blx yoars. Ho was anxious for a strong prjpn Izatlon In each precinct of the county. Al. Jones Homer Goulet and Bruce Jones wero mado a comrnitea on don stltutlon and by-laws. A recess was taken unUl a consti tution could bo prepared, which was then adopted, and officers elected as follews: President. Bruce Jones, , VIce-prosIdont, G. F. Molsan. 'Secretary, Clydo HarrlB. Treasurer, Brltt Asplnwall. Executive commlteo will bo chosen at noxt mooting, In two weeks. Remarks wero made by a number of Republican speakers who were presont, and a groat deal of enthu siasm was croatod. Tho meeting was ono of tho best cvor hold In the Brooks precinct. All sections woro represented, and thero was no fnctlonal spirit manl fostod In tho composition of tho offi cers. In fact, tho younger Republi cans know no factions. Some amusement was created by tho Introduction to tho nudlonco of the Prodigal Son and, while thero wns no fatted calf killed In honor of the homo-coming of tho orrlng and lost, thoro was a groat doal of shouting and encouragement from tho nmon cornor, and In conclusion thoro was a love-fonst botweon two of tho load ore of the old Brooks factions ox Roprosontntlve Chapman and Mattle L. Jones. This added greatly to tho onjoyment of tho evening, and all do parted for homo happier and wlsoi and better Republicans. At tho con clusion throe cheora woro given for President Roosovolt tho Salem Club and the Brooks Club. THE LAY OF THE LAST MINSTREL Sure Cure for Piles. Itching Piles produce moisture and causo itching, this form, as well as Bllng, Blooding or Protruding Piles are cured by Dr. Bo-san-ko'a Pile Remedy. Stops Itching and blooding. Absorbs tumors. 50c a jar at drug gists, or sent by mall.. Treaties free. Wrlto mo about your caso. Dr. Bo sanko, Pblla, Pa. m "Portlana and Return Only $2.20." The Southern Pacific la now selling round trip tickets to Portland from Salem for 12.20, good- going Saturday or Sunday, returning Sunday and Mon. day, glTlng all day Sunday and Mon- day In Portland. Tho same arrange ment applies from Portland, giving all Portland people a chance to visit val ley points at greatly reduced rates, W, EL COMAN, Q. P. A. Wo havo read of Maudo on a sum mer day who raked, baro-footod, the now mown hay; wo havo read of tho maid In tho early morn who milked tho cow with a crumpled horn, and wo'vo read tho lay that poets sing of rustling corn, of flowors of spring, but of all tho lays of tonguo or pen, thoro's naught llko tho lay of tho hen. Long, long before Maudo rakes tho hay tho hen has begun to lay, and ero tho milkmaid has stirred a leg, tho hen Is up and dropped hor egg; tho corn must rusuo ana iiowors spring to hold your own with tho barnyard ring. If Maudo needs a ha.t or gown, she doesn't hustlo her hay to town; sho goes to tho store and obtains hor suit with a basket full of fresh hon-frult; If tho v milkmaid's beaux makoa a Sunday call, she doosn't food him milk at all, but works eggs up In a custard plo and stuffs him full with chlckon fry, and whan tho old man wants a horn doofi ho tako tho druggist a load of corn7 Npt much I Ho simply robs a nest and to town ho goes you know the rest Ho lingers there. and talks perchance of true reform and correct finance, whllo his poor wlfo slayB at homo and scowls, but Is kopt from want by tho solf-samo fowls; for while her husband lingers thero sho watcheu tho cackling hen with rare, and gath ers eggs, and eggn sho 11 hldo till shs gets enough to stem the tldo. Throw up your hats and make Rome howl for preserving tho good old barnyard fowl; whoat may bo king, but it's plain to bo seen pie barnyard hen Is tho farraor's queon. Ex. To Lead Salvation Army. Capt. Brown has arrived from Port land to tako charge of the Salvation Army work hero. llt "Welcome" meeting wlll.be hold In ho Army hall this evening at 8 o'clock. All aro Invited. Branson & Raparu Keep all klnda of groceries, and they aro the best that can bo found In tho city. You don't know It until you have tried thero. -iiE"cr3?i.a.Bu wit. lbaKadtMHintfwgBaj tlgixu of The announcement nt tho Grand Opera house tonight Is the over pop ular production of tho muslcnl farce comedy, "Happy Hooligan," which comes to us tjils Eoason as nn ontlrc- No Further Than Bend. Thoro has boon much railroad talk since Mr. Harrlman, president of the Southern Pacific rnllrond system, vis ited Portlnnd, and guaranteed tho funds for the extension of tho Colum bia Southern to Bend. The Examiner has It from a reliable sourco that In backing tho Columbia Southorn rail way, Mr. Harrlman lot It bo known to only a few that his oxteuslon would go no further than uonci, tnus rorover sotting at rost any hope of Lake coun ty ovor getting dlroct connection with Portland. Their reasons for stopping there are many and qullo sufficient to satisfy thomsolvos that they don't want to coVor any more Oregon terri tory. I.akovlow Examlnor. On The Brain Lost Self Control. Lived in Misery Foe Ten Years. Dr. Miles Nervine ancE Heart Cure Cured. Burglars Near Harrlsburg. Bulletin: Saturday ovenlng, dur ing the absence of Jnmos Wlllougliby and family from their homo adjoining tho Southorn Pacific railroad, about ono and one-half miles northeast ot ly now f reduction, embellished wltli jtlila voity, tramps entered their homo anu carrieu away ineir uusi wearing C&& Bed Time I take a pleasant herb drink, the next morning I feel bright and my com plexion Is better. My doctor says It acta gently on the armache, .liver and kidneys, and is a pleasant laxative. It la made oj herbs, and Is prepared as easily as tea. It la callod Lane's med icine. All druggists sell it at 28c and CO cents,' Lane's Famhy Medicines moves tho bowels each day. If you cannot get it, send for free samples. Address, Orator Woodward, LeRoy. N. Y, Notice. The Hughes bridge will be closed to teams until further notice. By order of the committee on bridges. H. O. TARPLBY, Street Commissioner 8alem, Or., Jan. 20, 1904 1 2M0t new and tasteful sconery, and cos tumes of a richness and value that aro entlroly boyond uuy thing ever boforo soon In farce comedy. As tho costumes and scenery aro new, so aro also the specialties, music, dances nnd onsombles. Tho ontlro produc tion has beon mndo by the manage-1 Ott &. f ?&i? -!?lmj7&f.e J0XGWtfj$TW npponrel. Not a member of tho fami ly escaped loss. Also, they took n gold watch which was a present to Mrs. Wlllougliby from a sister, which sho hold as a keopBake, and for which no reasonable amount of money would havo been a temptation. Up to this writing no clue to the thieves has boon found. A Stone-Age Idea. Dr. Damouretto has bocomo Inter ested In a number of .gold mines In Alaska, and Is confident thnt samo- mont a glittering and gorgeous spec tacle, and no expense has been spared to havo everything of tho very high est class. There Is a cheerfulness and gaiety about Mr. Oppor's gentlo hobo whleh, when put Into dramatic form, makes IiIb inftuonco woll nigh IrroslBtablo. When tho curtain goes. up tho most chronic caso of dejec tion gives way to good fooling and tho misanthrope becomes at onco a creaturo who views llfo with rays of tho sun shining In his mind. There aro no dumps, bluo devils, vapours, megrims or hypochondriasis In "Hap py Hooligan." Instead thero Is llfo, alacrity of spirit and pure hilarity, which never falls to smooth tho ruf fled brow of care and palllato melan choly. "Happy Hooligan" should be taken at frequent Intervals, as the nrlco Is within tho roach of all. Bit Salt Rheum You mny call It eczema, tetter or milk Init no matter want you call It. Mils skin disease which comes In patches that burn, Itch, discharge a watery matter, dry and scale, owes Its existence to tho presence ot humors In tho system. It will contlnuo to exist, annoy, and per haps agonize, as long as these humors remain. It Is always radically nnd permanently cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla which expels all humors, nnd Is positively unequalled for nil cutaneous emotions. The reason Dr. Miles' Remedlei cure neh a large percentage of eases Is because they are formulated to and actually do, co al once to the root of the disease. Doctors often; make the mistake of treating the symptomsj. a method which must always fail. Dr. Miles'" Nervine restores health, strength and vitalt.tr to the nerves. Dr. Miles' Heart Core en riches the blood and Improves the circulationi so that the patient speedily regains health. "I feel it Is a pleasure as ell as duty to In form my friends the means I used to .regain, my health. I have been troubled a PJ1 deal with nervousness and hradache; 1 be gan to observe enlargement ol the neck unllk it became so bad 1 felt it severely, especially blood on the brain. The least excitement gave me dreadful pain and I would lose alK control of myself. I lived In this misery for about ten years; consulted many doctors,, but secured no relief whatever. I com nenced the use of Dp. Miles' Nervine and a !ew days later began the use of Dr. Miles' Heart Cure and within a wrek I felt veryr much better. The second week my friends told me I was looking very much better. This encouraged me and I continued tho use of the two remedies until now I nm welt enough to do my own housework without any trouble whatever I consider ray health good, the cure permanent and I can do any kind of work." MRS. CHA1U.OTTS Elo,. Idaho Falls, Idaho. All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr. Miles' Remedies. Send for free book on Nervpus and Heart Diseases. Address Dr. Miles Medical Co, Elkhart. Ind. whero upon Mt. St. Ellas, some 12B miles from tho const, and 200 rnllo from tho Yukon, llos tho great mother lode, tho rich products of which havo beon swopt across tho Yukon country FOREIGN CAPITAL NOT AFFECTED BY WALL STREET , Enabling ownors of approved prop erties to DEVELOP EXTEND EQUIP INDUSTRIALS, RAILWAYS, MINE8. and similar enterprises. Addroso wlthi full details, J. B. WHITE, Managor, Security Llfo Ins. Co., 01 Wall street,, Now York. $ . .1 ljo-Latft5 i 0 1 904 Construction. English Shapes. Auto Geas. Cushion Tites. Tangent Spokes. 0 .1 aa tho hobo, and Eva Davonport as Roso Morrlarlty. Others of proml nonco In tho compnny nro Otis Wood, Matthews and Law, tho novelty trio and Charles Saunders. Now sconory, now costumes, new music, now specialties, Hew dancos and tho prottlost girls In tho world aro what tho advance man for "Hap py Hooligan" says his show has this season. Thoro Is no denying the fact that tho farco comedy Is a vory clover conceit nnd If It has all that It 1b olalmod to have, as seems prob- HAVE YOUR MEASURE TAKEN for your'new Fall garments. It la the only proper and sat- isfactory wayof buyingyour clothes, being that "GOOD CLOTHES ARE ALWAYB MADE TO ORDER." Make your selection from the tall- oring Hue of STRAUSS BROS. Chicago, Est. 1877 Good tailors for over a quarter center You'll find a world of pleas are In wearing the clothes made by Strauss Bros., faultless In style, fit, finish and materials. 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