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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1904.
" SIX TT ... M.MtliMa aaUta tliaf ivllffll ifihwi Herpicide Newbro's B8QQV9&9Q&9eQ99Q8Z9Q9GQO e B P B11tttBt- -- fiM-MTi'i:M''KJMiiBJMlIfBlttBrgBBnMiilIMtBB1MflMM!P(MlBBMMQKBBBf!WjBrTtTfBIEffTM!ffl?lM.V frTMBMBTMBBBMMBlBWmHIMKMI .1 r?''3 ti SUNDAY SERVICES 2 The Hunters Came Too Late Their Faithful Dog has pointed out the True Remedy to Prevent Baldness, but the Hunters a t-t - . St TI I I I a come too laic'unronic uaianess is incurable. WFRPlr.lDF A "HAIR AAVPR Nnwlirn'a Hxrnli'Mu uivni llm Imlr hv ftonirni-lnir llio germ or microbe thai Is now known to be the cause of dandruff, fnllln? Iimr nrul linMneoa In hrn. lo baldneee the Imlr follicles are completely atro- llhled. onuslne Ilia lirnln in lirlnl; nml nlilno. lllldu enn be done In audi rase except to love the remain Inc "frlnife." nml thu In wall wnriii ini'iin. f,i- i offers some protection against the cold. The "Hair 0 rower" li a fallacy, it mmilruj im a Blight knowledge of Anatomy and Physiology to know that the hair gets IU life and strength from the hnlMinillllft nt thit linttnm nf Mm Imlr f,.llltn nn.t tho pnpllln, In turn net Its nourishment direct from the blood; therefore nature Is the only truo hnlr grower. There nre imemliM nf Imlr prnwiii ti.nt ,... hair lOftg ail(l bnlllnMK. tlivfalllln mini-nl.fn -.,.. I. en or the sebaceous glnmU sltunted nt tho top of the hair folllelee (I)r. Snbouraud, of Paris, says the microbe liminllv enterM Ihn urnlii In vnnlhl l....o ...... COIOnV nftfr nnnthnr Is nlnlillul..t ....III A-..11.. . ,, ---..-. ... .....,,,!, mi Mutiny, ni ter monthH and somotlmes years, thero Is dandruff Itching Hcolp and falling hnlr. Tho Sebum also BolldlfioB. causing dry.lus trolese and brittle hair. Destroy thl mlcroblc growth and protect tho hnlr against reinfection, and tho hair Is bound to grow as nature In tended Newbro's Horplcldo Ih a Twen- loth Century Remedy. Its mission HtieflB. tlfW riltoa tnr hnlr nrnfinrtrntlnn nml n tmnnltf a germ-destroying solution that will enable any ono to nvo their nnturnl head covoring, providing they iiiKu tno lensi mi or interest in tins direction. As a nair dressing Newbro's Herplcldo Is tnily oxqulsltor, on account of Its dnlnty and rofroehlng odor, which Is characteristic. Chemically puro, it contnins no uii, hirueu or Hfuiineiuary suustances, neither does it nam or uye me nnir. It stops Itching of tho i'uii miiiuex iiimuniiy ONE MORE CARP THAT IT MAS rnncn After using one bottle of Horplcldo. I can say that i iimr hub swiipeu iaiung out, anu my scalp It en- iiicij ilea irum uanurilll, mignouj ,, , , MISS GRACE DODGE. 19B Sixth Street, Portland. Orogon. RECOMMENDED BY PROMINENT BUSINESS PFDPI P Since taking hold of Herplclde, wo are soiling It to mo oxcluslon of all other hair preparations. Our sales on the coast and tho N. W. states, Including Alnskn, havo been phe nomenal. Onco used wo find It Is given tho preforenco. Wo know It Is a specific for dnndruff and falling Imlr, as wo havo numer ous testimonials from tho trade praising It In tho hlghost terms. (Signed) M3VIS-STBN0EIt IURHERS' SUPPLY CO. 151 First Street, Portlnnd, Or. AllemV Is to tf-nch new rules for Bcnlp clean- DANIEL I. FRY. Soecial Ao-nt RflndlOots in itsmDBfnr mmnln tnTiti. Hi,.. . n n- i. .... "DESTROY THE tVisXyiSn An Unhealthy Half. I LAKE'S 8ALT INDUSTRY. Operations of the Oregon Potash Co. at 8ummer and Albert Lakes. C M. 8lan of the Oregon Potash Co, at SumnHir lake. Lake county, Is building a levee, or dyke, across the bay at tho southeast end of tho lake. Thl dyke will be two miles long whon fully completed. About one half of It will bo built this winter through tho deep water of the bay and the npprwiche will ho finished ier on inrotiHb the summnr. The Greatest depth of water along the tirario of the dyke Is lees than twe feet, and there Is n II rw blue rlay bottom (utu which the stakes are lrtvn. Tlw MrldOi of the water at this sMMtN or ike length of the dyke la the water, la tkre thoueafttl foet. This width will I amtly !acru wlwn the ktk riM 1H the soring and aowa ovor the 8L The part of the ef luuilttr an4 ttlW M t. ,.Hy Blabs are Heed In the shallow la ai Iiroaehea. bo mnrketcd under present condi tions Is tho blcnrbonato of soda or tho common baking soda. Mr. Snln expects to ship a thousand mn i mis soua noxt summer and fall. one foot when evaporated leaves over fifty tons of salt This Immense vnt of two thousand aeros will produce over one thousand tons of salt In a season. The several salts, sulphate of pot ash, blearbosate of sodo. carbonate of HHln. Hiplmte of sodu. silica, and common table salt, from each other by fractional crystnllsatlon. Thn i,i iirodurt. amm-h . ... .. . '. m. T!r r: on,y f,,r - zzurz and in It aImhii MMn..i.i.i. ... .L. u,i. ... . . . . "" "i -"""(i"" " inu i"" i-u no marKOtou It musf hn nni nwxi summer. tho present. Mr 5nin -.i . John T. Reld. nn mnui ,k.i. Keith whit la naaiati.... i. and member of the American l.it.t,n '" llr time on tho dyke aoroes twe or JllHlng Hnilnpew, will bav ,a Summer lake bay. They have charie rf thla port of thw work, M wow rompleteJ for hundr,! ft n, I... II .. -v, u. BaQ99Q999&99099Q999 United Brethren. Services at the U. I) church In Yew Park, as follews: Preaching nt 11 a. m. also at 7:30 ). ra. Sabbath School nt 10 a. m. Walter Reynolds, pastor. W. C. T. U. Prof. Matthews will speak at tho regular 4 o'clock mooting at the W C. T. U. hall. All are welcome. Christian Science. Second Church of Christ, Scientist, 140 Chomeketa street. Services Sun day at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sub ject of lesson sermen: "Love." Sun day School at 11 M5 a. m. Wednes day evening testimonial meeting at 7:30 o'clock. Rending room In the church open each nfternon except Sunday. All nre cordially Invited. First Unltnrlan Church. Corner of Chomeketn and Cottage streets. Prank Abram Powell pas tor Sunday School at 10 a. m. Mr Will Henderson suporintondont. Mr Powell will speak at 11 a. m. on "Am I My Drothor's Keeper?" and at 7:30 p. m. on "Tho Light Ifouso System." Christian Science. First Church of Christ Scientist. Sen-Ices: Lesson sormon and chil dren's classes at 11 o, m. Subject of lesson sormen: "Love." Wednes day ovenlng meeting at 7:30 p. m Reading room open dally excont Sun day at 7:30 p. m. Reading room open dally excopt Sunday Christian Sci ence hall corner of Court and Liberty streets. First Presbyterian. H. A. Ketchum pastor. Preachlnc sorvices nt 10:30 a. m. and 7:80 p. m. Sabbath School at 12 m. Young Peo pie's meeting at 6:30 p. m. Subject of mornlnc sorninn.- wii'on . church earnestly Inquires of God for Ulfl Salvation Of tho lost. th.?n Rlnnor.. will Inqulro of tho church what thoy must uo to bo saved." Subloct of ov. enlng sormen: "Condemned hv thn Nlnovites." Y. M. C. A. Corner of Commercial and Chemok. etn streets. Rov. W. C. Kantncr. D. D., will dellvor tho second of unri of addresses to men at tho Y. m r. a this afternoon nt 3:30 o'clock. Snh. Ject: "Tho man who iivo,i n r llfft" Tu,n !..-- . .. ,, iiiiiuuui Bong sorvlcol nt the opening, assisted by the asso ciation orchoHtm aii , ,J vlted. the baby's acheut is expected they need s'renptli for two instead of one. Wom en, weak, nervous, "just able to (lrsfj around," Cud themselves confronted with corning maternity. They have net strength enough for'tlieii'selvcs, how can thc nave strength to give n child? We don't look for the birth of strong ideas from a weak mind. Why should we expect the birth of strong children from weak mothers? The way to ensure health nnd strength to mother nnd child is to use Dr. Pierce's Faorite Prescription as a preparative for motherhood. It brines the mother's strength im to the requirements of nat ure, .so that she has strength to give her child. It nourishes the nerves and so quiets them. It en courages a natural appetite and induces refreshing sleep. " Favorite Prescrip tion" makes weak women strong and sick women well. There is no alcohol in "Pnvnrltn Pr. scription" and it is iree rrom opium, co caine and all other narcotics. "I wish to let )otf know the RTcat benefit my wife derived through taUnir our ' Faorite Prescription,'" writes Mr Robert Harden, of nraiidon, Manitoba. Dox 3J5- "It was when her baby came We had heard o much of our medicine that my wife decided to try it (I may say my wife ose wai thirty-three and thfi wa her first child). She commenced to take ' Favorite I'rwcrlrtion fue months be fore her child was born. We have a fine healthy Kirl. and w e Itllcve that this was mainly owing iu me ravomc iTcscripuou, in ten launiiiliy according to direction., We shall certainly rec ommend It wherever we can." Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, paper covers, is sent free on receipt of at one-cent stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. jftKBsMtaa t 0 &1 Od SmoiJ IWHIHMciFin 3 TRAINS TO THE EAST dJ, jam DEPABT FOB UhlcKO Fortland Prpclal 8 60 a. m tu Hunt lu Eton Atlantic Kxproe 8:18 p. m. Tin II lint Ington 8TpioT" Ft Ma.ll 7 ii p. m, TlO Bpokane TIMB SCHEDULE9 From 1'orUaod, Or, S?!'.,LC' Denver, ft mi. u,ran. Karuu, S?U.Jle' Uenver y. Walls wliii rI'.T.r- dpokane. wiiiaT'S niAD, Mluncspoiu sV 'Paul. Dnlnih fntl'..Jsl- ohioiiSYiaf'iKC U,f '! My Ui 70 " nuurfs , t.K P0"j.4s?B AHicAco m No ctume of Sin ocean and river mm; From Portland' uul"! (p, m Dally axccpl Sunday a p. iu. I Saturday ur.Bij i AU salllnR dates ubjct foraaFrnoiK)o Hall tivery 6 days ToAttorla and War Landings ' Hi re HUIE WING SANG CO. Chlnawaro, Japanese fancy nnd drv goods, embroideries, laces, silks, wool en goods, skirts, wrappers, waists. whlto underwear. Wo mako un all kinds of ladles' garmons, gents' over alls. .Matting, dlshos, etc., now on sale at tho cheapest price. Corner of alloy. Court street. Salem. Or. WILLAMETTE RIVER fltnnmnn T)itil. t . . . UIM leaves Halea fa x-oruaua ana way andlnP. . -. .!- mt .. "" t iiuo, iuursaaya and Saturdavs . a . . '" "'. M. P riATIMm, ' ""Ull. A. li. CRAIO. Acton am o... - .......i. ui;a ua. i-asB. Agt, Portland. Or orchostra. All mon Money to Loan THOMAS K. FORD. OTorLadd & Bush's Dank, Salem, Or. THE ELITE CAFE 208 Commercial Street Short Orders, Oysters In all style Meals at all hours Service n la Carte &HCKERLEN, Propriety are In? Drooks Personals. Wm. Hoovor ronorta n ki....,! rrlvear nt linoira.nui.i .. . :i''LbJl,r'ed110ndl''tho-"road cently completed two" ZnZZ mviiiuiw ior James Flnnoy. reaches that iwlnt nnd If not, It will be taken to Madollne. in hn .H v a4Ullll are separated , facturo of this soda, common table me proeoee of or siock salt, will be formed as a by HU U vie lrJHH, ,rf ,h, o"riion viiwi wHMimni- and has Ihu aieo. etated wltk jr. Sain i .h- , Prise frw, (j MtL WUh IH Of IBriHaT similar unrl.. ...i. ... I.. .11. ... " "111 u "Htii Hi The put one is needed ti the throe thousand feet of dyko nee- ij to separate the bay from the nmlH body of the take. vna . ml. No More Books, nci-emiy tho ioverniMent sent 40 Uk AluerL thluir that "w i, --- rivi (IITIUUL i The nr ot the bay lHt by thu """ ne market nti cohIm .rf a flue work on horse. rfvka t. ..r ... . . "' iw' ,wplo)ment to hundrMi. t N........ . . " . :.ir v. :rr vr - -r .. n.., ,. r: "" w ciMtan, r. iw -- .'..v, ,v MM HipiUU 11 Ml) 111 ,f n...u .. M...mir Illll&ff rlllllttatM 1.... I. , . . - ..... ,HH oBI). ,)rouct that enn OS - ?T r sM Motherhood Tl bestows apoa hwlthr worasnhood! "0wn'uTi4l1tInMbni4DriJ by diiesje cnnot rtXZ3?Wftr h.fOitixymm K ..i"WMaiSoh,idbK .n? . Ui tuothN- is reveAled ln the p7 ti)f o( jntUrumstion and wehM: i7 RiTM tone and ,trMtll t0 ihadSffii. Z 3SK' Atidbirte. .rzjmaw... n-4i-B, ka Vsrrsaa , WUe of Csrdut laW. VZ iLm ?l ,u UMsl auf,8Jf jwensaor ' " uwk"d bm y druCgtatei.00.bottU. dltrlblltIB. but It a In . t where the wwr.U hn,i i..... . ... tic i.i .. " 'iu in 118 blosraphlw, and this . ,he way the Courier ,,, Wright was treated: . tKe a book to the houn Ilrltt Asplnwnll Is thn nruiimn.- stntlon ngont nnd store koepor. H1e father, A. M. Asnlnwuli lm... ... Harrison Jones place. Jones & Jloores run n nrai chandlso store, and do a good bus! Clyde nonney runs the M. U Jones 'Inlry. and ships the cream to Salem. . . tenders conducts the Dal four. Guthrie Co warehouse, and does n good business. M. I.. Jonee nlan mmii,.). --..u....i ti ware- bouse, to handle his own farm pro-ducts. Threre are three eimmho.. . r... ... The Catholic church is served by Rev uiivet, or Salem. The p8tor of the Methodist church Is Rev. John Sw ey. and of the Kvanei.ii.nt t.. . ..II ... " '-uv to Dee!;." '". ,e", ""over Is organist of " untiioiit- church. I C. Hurninn. formerly of Missoula .Montana, conducts the iimm,. . . ts a good table nnd keeps a good Ftee9 Yes Fee. Dr. Slono makes no chargo for consultation or prescription. Can bo found dailv nt nn i, other of his drug stores Salem Oregon. 'AA W 5 3 X P IteTau ass & S1 war ttSrZ&J282i!& - , rw rUILA., HJ n.l IM It ,1,1, ,. B, tT ''" h '""'' ,s- " S.l.m CKImb.,, , ---". m uii sw acre. The A. O U. W. ball was built the past season, and is used for all klndi or entertainments. J tin. .... , ,.?elJWfl. N C . Jan. 11. IBM Brt six iffred untold ir!??rffN' wt,l 1j7b with ti WlNECaROUl iiiKi inn nu. .. . . -- ivwu, -iir U'Hahi !.! a "p.a. that the mnnal ;; would I? " frw- uid have none of It it .. ..i of lha v.i i . lseu out " If Ue,"e ; ;Va "' lly more hoi, books .. T "y rural dtetrtcta u .tu .... . ,ne trat j lKQQ- U OrfcM SoUU, SutHillu n"- ,T'41P', SiM. SI n. t et ;l i,u,'''',,,,,'- r!f r An AwompHshed Ore0on Glrl. Cuurir: We ZZir":.W. aBU RMiMic rrr" .1 M,M k abont fcZT " " l0' rv fro Leta i7;rirww ia ' W wkat liTT " . .MB " ftI OrvrJL. Children's Prices. In the future nil bmm. . . "'K the performnn. . .... "8nU lowing rate of adralselen: Children occupying seats will pay the regular prices of .- ". uh1. TOl8 su Children slttlnn In thir ormiardlansiapwiupayu ndmlselon nric. sery Children under 3 years old will not be admitted at all. This change Is made for the pur. Pe of oomDyi.r-with v. ... pur ulatlng a tho theater a' "h Z olCe .N'orthwost. JOHN p. CORDRAY, Managor. 1 CASTOR I A ifis KW Yoa Haw Alwajs Bosglil 2:00 p.m. :20 p.m. AmI-J l -a. . wm in n Km k.j n a .. H for py fltmnu, Corvalfjs & EasternR R. TIME CABrTun -.- No. 2 for Yaqulna: ' ' Loavee Albany ... Arrives Yaaulrui No. 1 Returnlnn! iaves Yaqulna 6M6 Livee Corvallls a.ffl. Arrlres aC" !3? No. 3 for Dorelt: "-"P.m. Leavee Albany ... -.. Arriree D 'J:?; " a' No. 4 Fron, r..A :20pm, LTee Dotrolt .. , Artre. Albany IT,' "me to conn,w Jw 'a -AJbaiiy a hnti . " " W9 S. P. oilh ture ot 8 P 11, .e oepor Tr.? w orthbOTnd train. Train No. 2 ,, . P. train at cr,:. .- ? tho S. toe direct sJTAr0 Alt,&ar Sir- Jacnt beacnee. "0WPrt ad ad- anritenbosh Albany at T:00 T . le troltLutDe. to reach the ffi .? me For further ."" ? V' vmuon Offers a cholco of THREH rstswiTi KANSAS CITY. ST. JOSEPH OMAHA, to Chicago nnd poloU Through Standard and Twiriii Bleeping cam dolly between S ITnal Cisco and Chicago rla L01 Angd and El Paso. Through Tourist Sleeoer TUESDAY from Portland to ChleJ via Salt Lake and Colorado flprlnit Through Standard Sleeping Cuj doily between Ocdon and Chlcsta Lowest rato In effect always snJ odio via "Rock Island System." Heduced ROUND TRIP RATES hi offect on July 12. 13. IB and 18. uii August 18, 19. 25 and 26: 90 dm rl turn limit Bo suro that vour ticket rc&di till wo areot Rock Island Route. The best and most reasonable. (l lug car aorvlco. For Jnfonnatlei, GEO. W. BAINTRn. T. P. A. L. D. QORHAM, Qon Agt, JW Alia street. Portland Ore. Quick Time East Prom Tacoma, Seattle, tL PK HOUnd COIintrv nn.l Qr.nV.na l Ml sourl river points and the BcitltfitB Th DuF1,ngton ffera qulcV rrio. city equipped with big. free chair cl standard Pullman sleepers, wd U uut not least, tourist sleepers. el comfortable and cheap. 1 i n.5...001 take tho Southeast itm is ullllngB nnd th nnriimrtnot 'Tf can't do betten, and you mljit m worse. 11 WM mmm A C. 8HE-DON, General Aq"1 IOO THIKD STREET PORTLAND. O. C. T. CO8 PASSENGER , 8TEAMER8 POMONA f3.Alona leave for Portlaad, HtmM, WMuesday and Friday al 10 a, m, JJwUr. Tannday and Batttrday tf -ol Saturday at p. ra 'penilenee JaUy eiwpt BW Deck: Foot of Tr4 Str M. P BALDWIN, Af Yonr Stepmotiiei IS Still horfl nnrl .a t,.iv OS tt Whoa your clnhui -worn & dirty, or thn hminn. r.tr ,nv thtffl fcjKJSL Blm Dyeing and --o Muru. itepainng ana re-" new TQiTot cojro put on oTfrce: SJSO four i.lD -a., t 1 filJJ . ----- - m m luuuui tui uu returnod. MRS. O. H. WALKER, P"P 195 Commercial Strew- d r