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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALKM. ORKGON. MONDAY, JANUARY 21, 107.
-- ' HEALTH OF WOMEN In tills nineteenth century to keep up with tho march of progress every power of volutin Is strained to its utmost, and tho tux upon her physl- .nil li uti.tt, lu f'il cri'liflttlt tllflll urniv lu the pood old-fnshioned days of our granumouicrs lew iimg.i were used iu medicines. They relied upon roots and herbs to cure weaknesses and disease, and their knowledge of roots and herbs was far greater than that of women toduv. It win in this study of roots and herbs that Lydhi B. lMnkham, of Lynn, Mass discovered and gave to the women of the world a remedy more potent and efllcaeious than any combination of drugs REMOVE GUNNERS LICENSE Gray of Douglas Says Taxing Hunters is Not Democratic - - c riNK i vdiaE. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound LfVUl . ,. ....,.! ,nf imnnnytWinnliln tboriineiltlo value. js an honest. ' ' ll . , Imtive roots and herbs contulns no narcotics ThbmcdUlnt m wh. thjj rmml jQf th(j lu tnumbcr orotherliarn,m"" ,k, tnSt.a!.es of nnv medicine the world has ever 0f actual cures o voluntary testimonials nre on file in the known, and tl,0"san8SU( which testify to its wonderful value, laboratory ntLnn. .Mas Wrltes:-Dear Mrs. Plnkhnm:-"I l,rS;pt r "g w-omari would take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable wish cvcr S"""I,,A to vou or ndvico. 1 1 has done uic a world of good Compound an l j,,8licd for mo I know it will do for others.' Dl'1,alLcn are troubled with Irregularities, Displacements, Ulcer WhT flZuation. Ilackuche, Nervous Prostration, they should re tSercisono tried and true remedy, Lydla B. Piukhnm's Vcge- jEmknam's Standing Invitation to Women A !ten Bujrerhig from any form of female weakness -invited rienceshe probably has tho very knowledge that will help your case. PROPOSED CHANGES IN PRINTING it gaum go nriu Uenreaontntlve .1. S. Orny of Douglas county says it Is a violation fif t1,A v.m.lil.1 l.n . ... .lt.nl. tiw nf trm llltl.l1i.llt laini n lis........ in ...1 ..III I j VIIIIIIITIIL IU It3 il 11UT311BV lt,.V Ull H . I steiiH who desire to shoot game, j Mr. CI ray opposed the present law on its passage two yonr ago ho will wltllln tho next few days pre pare nnd introduce a bill in tho leg islature making n number of change lu the existing statute. The Douglas lawmaker said this morning thnt ho was in full accord with the plan of protecting Oregon game nnd his proposed bill will make no changes iu the open and closed seasons for tho various kinds of game except iu a few instances, but lie proposes to do away entirely with tho plan of making hunttSra pay V 11 ceuso tax. Ills principal objection to this Is that he believes the law to be nt variance with' tho principles of the constitution. He says It is ridiculous and absurd to levy this tax while there Is so much public do main in Oregon. ; o A LAZY LIVER May be on a tired liver, or a starved liver. It would be a stupid as well as savi ;e thing to bent u weary or starved man because he lagged in his wot c. So in ti eating the lagging, torpid liver it is a great mistake to .sh it with strong drastic drugs. A torpid liver is but an indication f an ill-nourished, enfeebled body whose organs are weary with over-' ark. Start with the stomach and allied organs of digestion and nutrit) n. Put them in working order and see how quickly your liver will ' 'come active. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discover' has mnde man marvelous cures of "liver complaint," or torpid liver, by its won orful control over the organs of digestion nnd nutrition. It restores tli normal activity of the stomach, increases the sectetious of the blood- inking glands, cleanses the system of poisonous accumu lations, am so relieves the liver of the burden imposed upon it by the defection o other organs. Symptom . If you have bitter or I Prof. Fitdry Elllngwood, M. D., r( 10 morning, poor or van- iicnnett Medical, college, i. mengo, my oated tongue, foul breath, of tiolden beni roet: "It is a nit ct r irregular bowel;", feel superior remedy in catarrhal gndritis red, despondent, ficqueut (inflammation of the stomach), chronic, m or distress in "siunll of ' constipation, general debility, in con- ig or distressed feeling in i vales-cence troiu protracted levers, in Bill In Process of Preparation to Have Advance Opinions In Pamphlet Form Chief Stenographer to Officiate As Reporter. Actuated by the numerous cotn- I'jlati on the "art of the members cf the profession on account of tho df,.ir in tho Issuance of the Orogon cent' reports, under the prosont sys tem, which are usually from two to '!:rea years behind, it Is understood that a hill Is being iiroparod and will bo Presented to tho legislature requiring tho court roporter, who ever may bo designated, to secure copies of tho oulnlons as rondorcd hv ih court, prepare syhiabl anil hand same to the state printer with in ten tlavs after they are hnndod d'WD I' H alo proposed to havo the opinions struck otT in psmphlot form, ;i tli-1 same stvle and saxe as ueod in the tegular report!, to ho fur- ii-VJ the attonievg of the state at i'1 or l j cents per copy, nnd when ; i nfFi l. nt numWr of forms havo 1 M'ut. a tht are to be hound preparing the copy for tho prlntor, nnd hoiuo attorneys who have boon Investigating the matter nre Inclined to tho belief that. If tho work were to bo performed by the chief stenog rapher of tho court, It would bo kept up In good shape and Issued without delay. Outgoing Stnto Printer Whit ney says that if tho copy wero dellv ered to his within ten dnya from tho thno thoy were hnnded down he could Issue them In pamphlet form wltllln two weeks' time, which would boat tho "West Publishing company at lonst ono weok. Tho money derived rrom the salo of tho pnmphlotB. It ;hns been suggested, should go Into a fund for the purehnso of law hooks for the una of the supremo court. Soctlnn 2-17G of tho code, onneJ,od In ISM, provldos also that the su- promo court roportor shall maintain an ofllce at tho stnto capltol, but none MAKE MORE BOXES has over been ostubllBhod by Mr. ""i' .mil N-med in volumos ns Morrow, nnd tho opinions are mnUeJ ut ii.., nt It l i) Un wtrtta.ttA to him nt Poflliind ns rnnhllv in ren- 'it' "i. ntTK nf ii!reme court re- dured by tho clerk of tho court. He ' ' iimlNii.i and that the Is also required to prepare the copy. '"Tit .. , ifniined by the chief make a sylnabus, superintend the "i'K.i,'hi hi the supreme court, printing, rend proof and prepare h li ! .iM 'i. Known as ex-oftlcln u- table of eases contained and an In TT .i Mill.! ilv i,f tliA ron(Aiitu 'ndr Mi. hi .-sent lnw tho su-1 i o T1'.' ,N'r, Hbert - Mr r''1 ' ' TmiiW... w Poitland. who wis appointed ..,t , now oloven ycar8 s!nc0 j ,m(1 nn r, metourt nearly six years n nnrpnu, ann trnm nnfl..mn(n H M rrmilu d to furnish the copy wrltos c Qt PIoyd n ,oa(ng bslneB8 nj -rintrr and have a volutno mnu of Korshaw s c. i lind run "3'K off as onn as enough ma- ,i..... t ...nii, . nr, ..n...io . U.1.1 V . . MU.H, lit .. V..I.MW IVF w ,.w....UU, ...... sr. umuiMi to compose n coughing was constant both by day Mm of not le. than ,700 pages. Rnd by n,ghti FInaIIy T oegan tak- nut no Is to reoelvo SS00 nor i r t.-i .- iv... rian.. ... mc j.abie immediately upon 'mntiniuvi this for about six months. Salem Box and Lumber Com pany Purchases Ground and Buildings The Salem Box & Lumber company has purchased from tho Voget Lum ber company a piece o( land on Fourteenth street and Mill crook con taining a building thnt was formerly erected for n planing mill nnd will at onco nioyo its plant to this place from its proscnt quarters on Miller street In South Salem. Tho trade was made several dayr ago and the legal transfer of tho property will he mndo today. The prlco paid was $2000. This will In'no way Interfere with tho prosont huslnoss of tho Voget Lumber company, ns this Institution was not milking use of the building that has boon turned ovor to the othor company. It Is understood that Mnnngor S. II. Snyder of tho box compnny will improve and porhaps oulnrgo tho bulldlntc and will at tho snino time oulnrgo the work and output of tho concern. The growing demand for boxes of all kinds, Including fruit crates, fruit boxes, berry eraton, etc., hns made mi Inerenso lu the capacity of the plant a necessity. There -Is a dwolliujc house on tho property and a small amount of ma chinery nnd othor equipment goes with tho transfor. bad taste in able appetite constipated weak, easily headaches, r back." ciiaw stomach, poi aps nausea, bitter or sour "risings" in throat after eating, and kindred svn .toms of weak stomach and torpfd 'iver, or hi lousness, no medicine il elicvc you more promptly or cure yoi more permanently than Dr. rierco'a 'olden Mcdienl Discovery. Perhaps ot a part of the above symp toms will be present nt one time and yet point to orpid liver, or blllousnets and weak stc inch. Avoid all hut bread and biscuits griddle cakes and other indigestible iod and take the "Golden Medical Dis very" regularly and itick to its use ui il you arc vigorous nnd strong. Of Golden -eal root, which is one of urostratini! iimlit -sweats. It ut an im- Mtrlant irwifti ii rlinontcrs of the uomb." (This ngent, Golden Seal root, is an important ingredient of Dr. l'icrce'8 Favorite Prescription for woman's weak uesses. ns well ns of the "Golden Med ical Discovery. ") Dr. Klllngwood con tinues, "iu (ill catarrhal conditions it is useful." Much more, did Rpnce permit, could be quoted from tiromiueiit authorities ns to the wonderful curative properties possessed by Golden Seal root. We want to nasure tho render that "Golden Medical Discover)'" can be relied unon to do nil that is claimed for Golden Seal root iu the euro of all tho so mo othor menus of relief Is pro vided. Under tho constitution of the statu It Is now impossible to in erenso tho number of justlcos and an amendment will havo to bo votod upon by the people before any change can bo accomplished, and a resolu tion providing for an election to ho held upon the proposed aniendtnent at tho next general election, one oar from next .Iuitt has been drafted. Tho proposed commissioners will sit with the court during the hearing of eases and will assist In tho prepara tion of opinions. They will probably receive r salary of $3000 a year or more for their service. Doubtless thn best legal talent In tho stnt i will be selected for the Important of. lice. I Tho supremo court, which is now composed of three Justices, has been running behind with the work for the past Ihroo or four years. Lnst yenr thoro was a total of 127 eases In which opinions wore handed down, besides a groat nunibor of motions and orders, nnd thoro are now about UO cases In which argument has been hoard mid upon which opinions nro pending. Tho prosont justlcOK rocolvo a salary of $1000 ench an-nunlly. l. --1 . .. .11 - t il ,.!.! .... I mo prom nc n ingreu.enw ui - .. vario8 (aiC3 ll3 Bet forth in tho Medical Urn .very," Dr. Koberta Unrtli-1 nb v br, ,f extracl- fqr its nu-tt plow, of Jeff -on Medical .Col ego, say prolMell nmi impottiint Ingredient ic cry tisufii as a stomachic (btoiiinuli) . , d p , rooU ThU t , ,10w. tonic and it atonic dyspepMn. Curia . .,-,,..ui.. rf.inf.mi.ii .fn.i Uc nnm. vivas -t'sfc. . . gastric (sto ach) catarrh and head- actios accoti anying same." Dr. Grovi Vac, of New York, enys: "Hydrastis JoUlen Senl root) exeicUos an oapecial iiluence over mucous sur faces. Upo ihc liver it acts witli equal certainty ant elllcncy. As acholagoguo (liver invigi Mtor) it has few equals." Dr. Coo also ndvisei it for affections of the spleen a l othur abdominal viscera Ecnernllyivru 1 for scrofulous and gland' ular disoust . cutaneoiis eruptions) in digestion, c bility, djrmlr , (llattncn, constipation also iiism-eral uffeetione peculinr to vomenTIJCd i nil chronic acrangemen aiMr liver, nlco for chronlcJuil uimntXin of bladder, for whichT)r CtHsajfe " it is one of the niostfrehable ngenTs of cure " ProV John King, M D , late of Cin cinnatTxuaUiwt. of the Amkkican Djs l'KNU.VTOKV, gives it a prominent place among medicinal ngunts, reiterates all tho foregoing writers have said about U, ns does nlso Prof. John M. Scudder, M. D., Into of Cincinnati. Dr. Scuddcr says : " It stimulates the digestive pro cesses nnd increases the iiBOiriillation of food. Uy thee niuatis the blood in en richeil. the coiifcqiieut improve ment on tlie gluudulnr and nervous cys turns n furthc rii'iiKi, tive action greatly enhanced by the addition, in just the right proportion of Queen's root, Stone root, Jllnck Cherivbark, Wood root, Mnudiake root nnd cWiiiicnlly pure Rlvcerine. All ol th(e are hapiuly nntl linrinoiiioii;!y blended into a numt pifect jiImi iiuu'eutienl ctuupound, now favorably known throughout most of the niviliml countries of the world. Pear in mind thnt each and evcrv inrelcpi il,erii.g into 7lierTTiii7riu.iy'' una receivetl tht ejidor7eiiieiU.nl tlie leiuiinti inedii'TI nit' n Pi our laiul, who' i xioi each arii.'le tiameti noox? in I tie jiiaht"r tcrinT What titliei ii'ifdiciiif im't lip ior Tle throimh (Ihii;riwis tnu show any Mi?fi 1 !.. ..,. i. rn i,. ir "t ' ' i '' unifgiMOMHt eiioiirwf meiii ' rtir um" I'KKIi KVKKV CIIA.VGK OP TI1K WKATIIICK. ll M I . I ! ..I gM pepsin, liver ttouoies, an ciironic catar rhal aifections of whatever nnme or nature, lingering coughs, hrouchi.il, throat nnd lung affections, tho "Dis covery" can he relied upon no n sour eigu remedy. A little book of extracts trcnting of all the several ii'redients entering into Dr. Pierce's medicines, being extracts from standard medical works, of th different schools of prnctico will be mniled free to any one nslclng toy piwtnl nro natural results." Dr. ficuddor i card or letter), for the Fiirtio, addn ed lt snvs, "in relation to its general i to (r. It. V. Pioio.o, Ilu falo, N. ., and upon tho fvetein, firr Vmio . , 1- K'vhig the wrilor'n full ofiUofllce nd- cine wi twr ulout which there i.v nurh dress jUnmhj written. general unnmmitif of opinion. U is mhi- Don't nreept u suliftttiito of unknou n ver.mllu regarded ns the tonic, iinoful composition for this non-secret Ml'.lil In all debilitated states ." irixn ov know?.' coMmstriON. HIGH SCHOOL DEBATE tlnn was road from tho Oregoiiliin upholding the primary law, which was taken from Tho Canltul Jour nal. The Salem high gave their team cordial Hiioport and cheered the vis Itors, nt tho conclusion standing nnd giving three cheers for Albany. Tho homo toam won their honors upon 'state A Itutl Hack is Ahviiji Wor.se During Wot or Chaiigoiiblo Weather. Is. your back a hnromotor? Does It foretell every eluuiKe or weather? Does every cold settle on your kidneys? llrlng achliiK. throbbing pains? Does 111 disorder the urine? The kltlnevs nre eiilllns for help Hue Dona's Kidney Pills. Guaranteed by Salem tiwtlniony. W. II. Wood, carpenter, of 2r.O CottiiKo St., Salem Ore., says: "A good many years ago I got hnilly kicked by a niulo right over tho kid neys nnd at another time while dig ging a well It caved In on mo also In juring my back and since then I have had more or less annoyance from iny kldneys. Chance of weather caused my hack to ache and when I worked hard It becaino so liiino that I could hardly stralghton up after stooping. 1 procurud Dunn's Kidney Pills at Stone's drug store, nnd slnro taking them nlthoiiL'li I havo continued to work hard and boon exposed to bo voro weather not an aoho or other symptom or my former trouble ro lnaliiH. This clearly proved that Doan's Kidney Pills act up to the roproHuntatloiiH made for thorn, f also know of othor people who havo derived 'treat honollt from tholr use. I am slad to let others know tho merits of Dohu' Kidney Pills for liHekaeho and kidney trouble." For (hIi hv nil dealers. Prlco HO cents. Kosler-.MIlhiirii Co., IJuffalo. New York, solo agents for the United merit and really put up a very strong debate, for which tho Salem high school can bo very proud. It was good debating all tho way through lU Iti v tuiiiiuueu tuia iui uiiuul oii iuuui.ua, J it rerU hvo ,,,ou ,8 i whon 'y C0UB Rd lu"R trouble kl . U r thr" yeara nnrt i wo entirely gone nnd I wnB restored .0 . ' ' """ "'. ' .to my normal welgut, ivo pounus. i: ,JC ' A" and 48, No- Thousands of persons healed every tad lm f M,e pr,ntor's lands' year. Guaranteed at J. C. Peery's "urii a over to thft blnilnrv ..r -. ca. m i aa nvini : ftAA.t --.- -- 1 141 UK DIUiU. UUU UIIU 1VV IIHI - months ifore 40 was put ln- n TP!ln1 "0W N' 4S ls W011 n,0nP rdromrie,on am, w, g0Qn ,)0 ""f'Ml,, MnUery. ' "lis'.,n(Une thi dinv imw. Z 0rf80n UorBoyi haro not -sti'h.j rif ,he WB f. drug store; SOc and $1.00. bottlo free, o is of the Ore- -"n r.istm en arp t r8'"miianv r.f c Ti..i ,.... k " " (Hill, .AI1UII , i Tho Jjist Week. The Coopor nolmour Thoatrlcal company will finish tholr ongagoniont In tho Kllnger Grand this week. ninn ... . .. uumiiiij .iiuttllonB, me wil niiunii .v.... vw "heading man. loft yostorday for bo- '.i. ,?u ,,. orr,tVCiatt,B wllr o "as nccoptod a posl ihed the Wtt Pub- ,,nn ...,, lw, ..a,, ,,, Ti.nri. cal company." Mr. Matthows Is an actor of marked ability and has made a host of friends hore who wish him every success In his new work. Tho ro- uroe. long before ' ma,n,ng m'"ors of the company win ii u seen mis weoK in mo spnrKi- T'On.-i .. llni onnimlir ' A nVtnaftttl I.lnr" W.0r. 'nHeatly when " D , "1, ' '-' " v"lmes kn flMlly Issued Charlos Marlon, tho man who pleases. ltX0 pr,ft,K attorneys atw,U p,ay the v,,,a,n'a ,,art an(1 "' Um. ume-there Is no ureat ' ' iu " wm rt-.i ui tu-- It o OASTORXA. Bui t& j 1 KM Yea Kan Amis BccU d2-V.ue!l,u'm in P"WPhlet form n.m ..,, . ,. ... (, " '" lo hs inousanus ii. u t0 ,hB aimers at tho -f-r ulume. Inm? hrnr " "'trti arA ,...., , . "- " " on T. ' r me ore 11 Ytr9 I ' T(L?J-s cr them i players rir bat Mr. Morrow ee, ..r ue ' "t recelvlnK tai? ... ,0 aord to devote - -lunuon to the work of UAt Thousands Hare Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect it. How To Find Out. Pill a bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twenty-four hours ; aseuimemorsci tlingiiulicatesuii unhealthy con. if it stains your linen it is evidence of kid ney trouble ; too frequent desire 1JfcA' to jas5 it orpaiu """ in the back is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder arc out of order. Whst To Bo. There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy, fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part of the urinury passage. It corrects inability to hold water and scalding paiu iu passing it, or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant ne cessity of being compelled to go ofteu during the day, and to get up muny times during the night. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most dis tressing cases. If you need a medicine you should hare the best Sold by drug gists in fifty-cent and one-dollar sizes you may nave a suiupic wine book mat tens an about it, both sent free by marl. Address Dr. Kilmer & Co.. BinK- hamtott. N. V. Whetl HwmoMwudp-K. writing mention this paper and don t make any mistake, but remember the name, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the address, BiDghamton, N. Y, Tho first of the series of debates In thu Orogon high school championship for T.07 was pulled off before a largo J with good delivery, and shows good crowd In the Salem high school as ll(l class work, and wldo reading on -Minliiv I. nil smnrilMV nlKht. There, the part of the sliidouts. It was u was profound Intorost, such tiilt i fjerewtt. victory for the direct primary reigning that those nresent might hiw, and the iiudleucu at times hwvo hoard n pin drop between tli uliowml a strons sympathy for tho periods of eloquence. CHy Suporln I w system that Is on trial In Ore tondopt Powers called to order and Albany suffered the dlsadvan the dolmters took tholr plucm on tliuMK ' having tho unpopular side of nintforni. Miss Joy Turner and Al- ' nueatloii, and having a proposl- i Iteiueiiili'M' the mul take no other. name -Doan's - then Moore rondered a lino piano dnot, Miss Mildred Kagloy guvt n very pretty humorous rondlng, nnd Miss Kdna Savge wing a solo, got tlng a recall for her very sweet vo calization. Tho question for dohnto was "Ko solvod, thnt tho Orogon dlroct pri mary law should be so amondod ns to apply only to citlos, counties and minor subdivisions, tho state, con gressional and Judicial nominations to bo mndo by electors choson nt tho dlroct primary for that purpose." Tho afflrmatlvo was tnKon y ina Dow, Karl Ithoton nnd Gordon Dunn of the Albany high, nnd tho law in It sands by W. H. Perkins, Hownrd Zlmmormann nnd Charloa P.. Harri son or tho Snlom high. Miss Dow summnrlzod tho arguments nt the closo for tho Albany toam, and Zlm morniann for Salem. Tho Judges were Justlco Hnklri of tho suproino court. ProHldont Crooks or Albany collego and Miss Marvin or tho state library board. The decision was ior Salem on delivery and resoaroh and for Albany on argument, tho throo Judges agreeing on giving It to Sa lem by two points to ono point for Albany. An Inrorrnal rocoptlon was hold at tho close In the library room on the first floor, where orange punch was served and all honors shown to the visitors, who were attended by City Superintendent T. A. Hayes of Al bany Some amusement was created during tho debate by the roasts given tbo newspapers, and a quota tlou that Is now to everybody, and whs very little understood, o Carrie Nation , . Certainly smnahod n hole In the barrooms of Knnsns? but Dullard's Horohnund Syrup has smnshod nil rocords as a euro for coughs, broi uhltla, Influonza and all pulmonary dlaonsoH. T. C. II , Horton, Kan., wrltes: "I havo novor found a modi clno that would euro a cough so quickly nH Ballard's Ilorehound Syr up. I havo iiBod It for years." Sold by D. J. Try. o - TO ACT IN PLACE OF JUSTICES ' A new scheme has been Invented by which It Is believed relief may bo afforded the Justice or the su preme court from the congested con dition of the work before them un til tho constitution Is unloaded so as to provide two additional Judge to assist with tho handling of thu cases coming boforo them In Increased volumo annually. It Is now pro posed, and It Is understood a bill hns boon proparod looking to that end, providing for two supremo court commissioners, to ho appointed by tho supreme court to serve until DON'T FORGET THE BIG CARPET SALE If you want a carpet of any kind you will do well to buy now before the 1st of February. Every piece of carpet or rug at almost cost HOUSE FURNISHING CO. 177 LIBERTY ST.