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a 1 t I DAILY CAMTAIj JOURNAL, SALKM, OREGOX, FIUDAV, MAIICH H, 1007. NATURE PROVIDES FOR SICK WOMEN a mora potent remedy In the roots and herbs of tho field than was over produced from drugs. In the good old-fashion") days of our grandmothers few drugs were wed in medicines and Lydla E. Flnkham, of Lynn, Mass., in her study of root and herbs and their power over diseaso discovered and gave to tho women of tho world n remedy for their peculiar ills in ore potent and clllcacious than any combination of drugs. IE&HKK4 LYDIA E. PINKHAM LydiaE. Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound is an honcet. tried and truo remedy of unquestionable therapeutic value. . . . . ..".. . . i . m - irlng its record of moro than tinny years, its long list or nciuai cures of tuoMKerlous His peculiar to women, enuues Lyuia a, rimtnams During its record of moro than thirty years, IW long list i peculiar to women, entitles Lydla E. Vegetable Compound to the respect and conildcnce of every fair minded nersoii and every thlnlclntr woman When women are troubled with irrogular or painful functions, weakness, displacements, ulceration or lntlammatlon, baolcaaho, flatulency, gonoral debility, indigestion or nervous prostration, they should remember there is ono tried and truo remedy, Lydla IS. Pink bain's Vegetable Compound. No other remedy in tho country lias such a record of ourcs of female ills, and thousands of women resldlifg In every part of tho United States bear wllllncr testimony to tho wonderful virtue of Lvdia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable compound and what It lias done for them, Mrs. I'lnkhnm Invites all slok women to write her for advlco. who has guided thousands to health, For tweuty-flvo years she has been advising sick women free of oliargo, Hue Is tho uaufflitcr-ln-law or Mrttla B. J'Jnk- ham and as her assistant for years beforo her decease advised under hor immeuiaio direction. Address, Jjynn, Mass SKIFF WOULD ENJOIN Says Price Proposed To Be Paid Is Exorbitant NATIONAL m'AI.D I.NHI'I.CTIOX. Company M Mnde Finn .Hlimvlng fitiNt Night Complimented by Col. Jacldton. Tho members of Company M hnvo si right to feel proud of tho cxcollont wliowlng thoy inailo Inst night. Tho -company was Inspected by Colonel -Ininca JnokBon, U. S. A., rotlred, of Portland, who Is statu Inspector of nil Oregon troops ntid United Btntos Inipocttng o in cor, and his report Is vory satisfactory. Tho colonel mild Inst night that tho boys dosorvo great ohrcdlt for tho showing that thoy inudo, which entitled thorn to n hlgh r mnrklng than was given ut tho Inst liiRUoctlnit. Captain Murphy mus tered out tho entire commatul, mid received 100 per cent for ntlondiinoo Uompnny M was tho third company to rocolvo that mnrklng, Companies A, of Kogono, niul IC, of Portland, having hnd n full attendance. Captain Murphy put his company through tunny lntrlcato and extonded innnouvors, mid In all, untwlthstnud ing thoro worn many now men, tho commands woro uxcootad with pro tdslon and simp. Tho boys of tho local roinpany aro popular In social circles, and u large orowd of thulr goiitloinon mid lady frlouds woro pros ont tn sto tho Inspiration, mid oxprosB their appreciation of their oxosllont performance, but thoy, iih well as tin boys of tint tiillltlu, war disappointed In not having the plMtaur uf "the llHhl finitHstle" afir tha laspactlnn. OwIuk to a ittlsutidaratandlng an or rhaatra was not provided, and tha ihineti, whlrh had ltarti looked for ward to as on of tha good things of the vhIiik, had to b NllmltinUd. Colonel Jackson said, nftar Ilia In ttpuotloii, that Halani should Jinve n good signal ourpn. Washington hud ono, mid thera was tin kouI reason that Halont should not organUo one. The work In this would ha very Im portant, liitertmtlng mid instructive. Tho government will, upon tho or ItmiUittloii, fHrtiUh all apparatus mid uniforms, whlah would consist of tel tigniph Instrument, surveying out (Its and nil apparatus connected with I ho Held work. Tho lneniliors of tho company and tho oitloers were vary tmioh InUrvet vd In thn work, and think that a corps of 00 man should bo oramiluHl. Doubtless that many wltl bo glad to take udvantflRo of this oxoelleni op portuulty to tfurn telegraphy or aotno lino that Is euniiuoled with the signal work During yoatorday afternoon Col. Juokfton Inspected tho property of tho We Offer You Exceptional Advantages For Yaw Ctecktog Account A chocking account Is a jrs teiuatlo method of giving you at all titties a correct rocord of your dally business, PlgttrM are nact -tho amount you writ o tho faco of a cheok do uot vary. In order to bo ae curat u your money matter, pay by check. always V latlto your account. company, and among othor things 10 ICrng-JorgonBon rlllos woro con demned. Coinpany orders havo boon Issued announcing tho regulnr quarterly state Inspection of Company M on Thursday ovoning, March 27th. nftor which dancing will bo enjoyed. Tho boys Hay thoro will bo no tnlstnko about tho nnmlo this tlmo, mid Invito thulr many friends to bo prosont to help miiko mi onjoynbto ovoning. Following Is n complete list of Compnny M, ns nuiBtorod Inst night: Captain Chns. A. Murphy. Klrst lloutonmit U. W. Holmnn. Rucond lleiitoiinut Carlo Ahrntus. Klrst sorgonnt -LowIb E. -Judson. QtinrtonnnBtor Horgoant- Halph L Wlilto. Duty Bargonnts Enrl J. Sporry, J. J. Lnngoor, U. H. Hldor, A. P. An franco. Corporals John V. Holmmi, Os mar K. Wolf, Horburt R. N'uttor, Floyd It. Frailer, Perry V. Jonos. Artltleer Frank II. Jury. Musicians -It. I). Owlnti, E. F. Cappsr. Cooks Kdward J. Uullook. Geo. W.'lllrons. Prlvnto Ivmi 0. Doors, Osonr T. D. llrnudt, Vnnoe W. Clytnur, Walter I.. Duvls, Win. Dennis, Edward Duuiilguu, Albert N. Dtmiiit, Julius II. Oarnjobst, Mux II. (Ishlor, Hlmor P. nil. Albart II. (3111b, Warren E. nodding, Eriiaat linns, drove 1 loins lay. Jr., Alfnnaa Ilobnrt, Claud L. Huff, Arabia llumphrays, Itolmrt T Judson, frank M. Mupm. ilanry Mo Connall. P. V. Mcltaynolds, Karl It. McIWrHohU, Paul W. Millar, Jmuwa It. Naar, Cbarlaa W. Itaad, ClaranM II. ItobartMii, Clytla ItHmltangk, Os car 8Mil. lOrigar J. Sharmau. It. Tol man. Prank O. XomI, Win. A. Koatl- "'O" Don't Complain. If your cheat pains nnd you ore uuahht tu sloop huoniiso of a oough. Uuy a huttlo of Dallnrd'a Ilorahotttid Hyrup, and you won't have any sough. Oat a Dottle now and that oough will not Inst long. A oure for all pulmonary dlseasos. Mrs. J, Galveston. Texas, wrltes: "I can't say enough for llnllnrd's Horohound Hyrup. Tho relief It has given mo la alt that la necessary for tno to say." 8old by D. J. Fry. Mnrk S. Skiff, the well-known Sa lem capitalist, apponrcd beforo tho stnto asylum board and pro tost ed ngalnst tho purchnso of tho 24 ncres of land from Mrn. Chas. Itlolly for $10,000. Ho says tho land has been offered tho ntnto nt dlfferont times for from JC000 to J7000. Tho land is vory valuable to tho state just now. ns It abuts ngalnst tho asylum prop erty and Id nccAjcd If tho now wing Id to bo built. Mr. Skiff says ho has no grievance, but moroly appears as a taxpayer, asking that tho atato do what Is fair and right by the tax payers goncrally. Ho says tho logls laturo has appropriated $10,000 to buy lands with, but not nocossarlly for this particular land. Ho says It Ih ono of tho jobs of tho legislature to mnko It appear that way, und was dono to onablo tho owners to exnet mi unjust amount out of tho stnto. Mossrs. Mooro nnd Dunbar offered nt ouo tlmo $7000 for tho land, but that was conBldorod nn outaldo prlco. Ho says that land not CO yards off has boon sold within n yenr for $130 an ncre, nnd that tho propor proceedings Is tn condemn tho land nnd hnvo the vnluo nppralBod nnd convoyed to the stnto nt ItB truo tnarkot vnluo, which will bo found' to bo fnr bolow $400 por noro. o H-t Hill If 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n H I f If t TltV THIS I'Oll YOUIt COUGH J Mix hnlf ounce of tho pure Virgin Oil of Pine with two otincos of Glycorlna and half pint of Whisky. Use in toa spoonful dosos. A famous throat and lung specialist, whoso camp for conaumpUvos In the pine woods of Malno has attracted gront nttontlon, de rloros the nbovo formuln will break tip a cold In twonty-four hours, heal tho lungs and euro and cough Hint Is curable. Tho IngredionU can be secured from T any drug store at sinau cost. II Care should bo oxorclsod In ;; securing the host quality of ' Glycerine and Whisky, whilo i ' tho Virgin Oil of Pine (Pure) 1 ! should be purchased only In tho ; ; orlglnnl half-ounco vlnls, which T re securely senlou in a rouna woodon case, with ongrnved wrappor, with tho name Vir gin Oil of Pine (Pure), guar inteod undsr tho Food and Drugs Act of Juno 30, 1906, aerial number 4 CI, prepared inly by Loach Chemical Co., Cincinnati, Ohio plainly print ed thereon. Cheap or adulter ated Oils, which aro sold in bulk.nlwnys croato nausea, and novor effect tho desired results. IIIIIIIIHIIII III II III III RELIABLE nformah An Independent View. (Woodburn Independent.) ; We are naked, as an independent Republican newspaper, to give our j ...i.inn nt Min rnrnnt leclRlnturo nf i Oregon. Tho legislature wasted too j A"0UT A HELLUile Jtrto. m..rii flmo In tho benlnninir. and then " WRnt the m.. H hnd not sufflclont time to give to the I .ow tlmt we bellev .v 8"-l consideration of meritorious nnd un- cod ,lver Preparation ito-lnnn lillla. Tnn miirh tlmo l0n,c reCOnstrurn. v "V . nlin rrntPil In tho pnileftvnr tn ! nn1 8trengtll cresln'. .. .. ..- -- . -v, Kaot circumvent tho governor, unaouuted- i " '"""' ,s inol ... ..n.n.nMllni. thn nannla If lio wno I "Inol la not n .... playing politics, as clnlmed, nnd the , . U coa'a'ni h il.lnhirn In mntiv rosnpptn tint ron. "w ui vverv In.,... '! ivBiaiuvu. rf .--. .-,. ,,,.. ' "u'ue e. rosentlng tho people and In one, at rt cntalns bei'dJ least, slapping tho people In tho '. ? a.n3t emedfclniiJ ' rat,. least, slapping tho people In tho "w " a,l l e medICniiC " face. The govornor proved that ho bo.dy bulllng elentinu ofS"l livers, hut win,.... . u"t I slons. Vinol over a NEW IIAItliKIl COMMISSIOXKIt. 'ormer Salem Mint Is Appointed Member of tho State Hoard of Examiner. Cured Inuuhiigo. A. D. Cannian, Chicago, wrltos Mnr. 4, 1003. "Having been troubled with Lumbago, at dlfforont times mid tried ouo physlclnn after nnothor, thon dlfforont ointments nnd lini ments, gavo it up altogether. So I tried onco moro, mid got n bottlo of Dnllurd's Snow Llnltnont, which gave mo almost Instnut rollof. I can cheer fully reolmmond It, and will ndd my nmiio to your list of sufferers." Sold by D. J. Fry. Women Must Doh.-o. London, March 8.--The woman auffrago bill was Introduced in tho oommon today. Only womin sworn to beha word admitted to tho gnl lerlos. CatnpbelMIannortnan spoke asalnst tho bill mMMMniiwtnna i Spring Goods X Sttm State Enaic lUlCPAGS. Pmlrfnt E.W. HAZARD. CmU New arrivals. IlaNo you uen our large silver pruu at four pounds for a quarter nlo v aawo llao Italian prunes ut sis pound (or n quarter. He ittowbor tho plac. f H. M. BRANSON lfO TS DismII Iteconleil. Tho following ronl oatiito trnusfure have been lllod for record In tho of lieu of the Marlon county roeordor: C. II. Moored, ut ux., to A. Welch, laud In Marlon coun- j it .........,$ Elmer Conn, at nl., to A. Waloh. land lu Marloa county, d . . Star Unit Co. to A. W. Sutton, i lots 1 to I. bloek 1. J. Myers' ndd to Salem, q c d T. O. Mnlanaphy tw 11. W. Mu nk era, et al., 40 acres In t 0 a, r 1 w, w d Henry Cleveland, at ux.. to A. Welah, lnnd In Marlon conn- t d U. H. Vontoii to A. 1. Ventrh. lnnd In block SI, Salem. w d J. F. mid 0. H. Hobertson to J. J. Denton, land lu Marlon county, bil It. L. Morris, ot ux., to William Fry. land In Marlon count). w d Mary II. Hutherfurd to Clara It Frlsblu, land In Marlon county, w d Hubert Hoss, ot ux., to A. Weloh, lnnd in Marlou couu t jr. d J. 11. Albert, et al.. to Clara K Frlsblu, 11 aorvs In Marion oounty, w d W. It. and N. H. Townsend to D. V. Kaninn, laud In t f s, r 1 w, w d J. W. Gash, ct al., to Elisabeth Janz, 30 ncrcs la t 7 i, c I nnd Jw.vfil,,,, D. Hovendcn and sixteen others , to Oregon Hlcctrio Hallway Company, tight of way. d . . M.C and A. It. Hanson, to tfaran Hanson, 11 acres in t 5 s. r 1 w, w d James Clover, et ux., to B. F. Parquotto, lota 91 and Si. Yew Park ndd to Woodburn. w ii Govornor Chamborlnln has ap pointed T. M. Lonbo, of Portland, u mombor of tho tnto Hoard of Dnrbor Exnmlnors, to succeed William Wan ner, whoao torm has expired. Tho throo moniborB of tho bonrd nro now H. O. Myor.'Salom, 1010; It. It. Wal lace, 1009, nnd Mr. Lonbo. Tho appointment was nindo by tho governor by requost of tho labor in terests of Portland. Mr. Lonbo wna nt one tlmo an omployo nt tho stnto liismio asylum, and was n londor In tho Btroet cm strlko at Portland. He Is a member of tho harbors' union, has boeu In business for n nutnbor of years, and Is woll known In labor cir cles throughout tho state. o (SHAFTS DIE HAHD. Tho Joiitiutl'.H Campaign Itegun 'IV ii Vi-nrx Ago Has Home Fruit. stood on constitutional nnd econom ical ground nnd put the legislature In a deep hole, from which It Is try ing to but cannot very well crawl out without tho assistance of 'a rope, which the goncrnl public Booms very unwilling to provide. In n compara tively few Instances tho Legislature has accomplished Borne good, but in many fonturoa it was a miserable fnllure, ono close observer consider ing it a silly body. Tho people nat iirally feel that tho legislature has been too extravagant, nnd are thank ful that wo had an executive who know how nnd whon to uso tho veto axe, and was not afraid to wield It. It was plainly dlscernnblo thnt 1, tA,,rtirut ttin Int-lalntlvn CAsalnn tlin normal school combine wns the die- fr y,no1 Salem, it lsnoifon tntnrlnt nmvnr. nnd on this account '"' v"u ltuul"8 Orug gto;, i. , tho peoplo wero not faithfully nor every town and city In . WE fully sorved. A number of good bills wero killed, nnd tho senato gave tin mlstakablo ovldcnco that If. was there for tho benefit of tho rich. nirs... S leonto7l,Z!. Btonmch and ri-o. . ' Wi is why Vinm i. .I r ,0ft old-fashioned cod lire, J thousand Imi.. . Of tllrt TTnl,l o.-.. S 'rtfl and strength for c , sickly women and ihiM,.. V ntothers and after a.eTe- ;;,:, . : "ms .,,i , 'UD' "u-i8 and all throat , lung troubles. m pTiySl0""p.!Bd - .......... v,.( uruggisu. Volt. ltM.ll. . -"" "uu wo an loia, Look for tho Vinol ageicy U i iuwn. (Oregon Obgorver.) The roireeontiitlves of tho people lu session ut Salem have wlpod out the $0000 Junketing grant heretofore! An nutomobllo belonging to King Edwnrd of England, was destroyed by llro today. At Mt. Ebo, Okln., becniiso ft tench or undertook to whip a boy ho wns nssnultod nnd nearly beaten to death by a lnrgor pupil. o Found it i liiifit. J. A. Hnrmon, ot Llzomorc, West Va., says: "At Inst I havo found tho porfect pill that novor disappoints mo; and for tho bonoflt of others af flicted with torpid liver and chronc constipation, will any: take Dr. King's Now LIfo Pills." Guaranteed satisfactory. 2Cc at J. C. Perry, druggist. FASTIDIOUS W consider Paxtine Toilet A&at necessity in the hygienic crtold feminine ills. As a waih iuilit germicidal, deodorlilne un l5 qualities are extraordinary. rj at Druedsts. Samnlo fn- iu. The R. Paxtoa Co., Boston, let n Tho Cnllfo.nla legl!latardij acted nn eight-hour day for m) on Btroet nnd lnterurban can It Is reported thnt tho Nicnrngunn troops wore dofentod at NutnuBlguo by tho Invading nrmy of Honduras Senator Dapow nnd Champ Clnrk o Tho Toxns Wonffer. Cures all kldnoy, bladdor and provided for sinecure committees to'rheumatio troublo; sold by all drug- visit state Institutions, have n good time, and make Imbecile reports. The good work of abolishing old nbiisos e proRrmtaliiR nicely, and the Oregon public appreciates the fnrt gists, or two months' trontmont by mall for $1. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Ollvo Btroet, St. Louis, Mo. Send for testimonials . Sold by Stono's drug store. dw-lyr Sheep in the Willamette -to bringing as high as $10 per hit ! Tho merlcnn charge d'affaai Guntumnln City has gone to III ns, and will endeavor to teUtl war. both cnllod at the White Horn il day. Dopow thinks tho PretUez get a third term. Clark lean i Your brain goes on a strike ! you overload your tomcfc;i nocd blood to do business vltk. ! t'ritlon Is what you want aid tj by tnklng Holllster's Rock Mots Ton; 3C cents, Tea or Tablets. at Dr. Stone's store. OAcJTOKSAi Iters. jtoWWlM coo GOO 250 200 165 9500 2250 !0S5 1500 900 MM Utm And reuicmbur tho noxt time you suffer from pain caused by damr, wwnthcr -when your had nearly bursts from neuralgia try Mallard's Snow LtnltntHiU U will cura you. A prominent buslines man of Hemp, stead, Txat. writ?: ! have used your liniment. Previous to utln it I was a rrt iufferer from Rheutua turn aad NntmiijU. aa pleased i PtlONt 1 31 . 432 StattSk f to aay that now I am frw from these V V AAnbltltllM t M k... V a. ;sS mmmmIS mmmmmmY mmmmmV MMFMMT KSHi 9tm tkra --- m NICHACLTCRN. yint QUOTNIN. ' THE SEASON'S BEST im..... ,1... i . ....ii .i ........ ....mi uitnt a nurt, kiwii.. uni i.,. i.nu ..... .t..ui. i.. o.i mill i'lnth the UlfH I shnpu nnd slant. . Nov. hero ran tho MOST IMHTICUiait man ld or niotv batlsfjlng lot of siiltN to choose from than wesrt 'TIS A PLEASURE TO SHOW THE FANCY VESTS oui I4"' Fanny and Wliito Vests will bo very popular with during the coming amson. Nothing looks m neai a-" n VliST THAT'S "DIFFEHENT." Plaia w-JU, tMrf Ulnm or lnrk effects lu Iiandsotuo patterns. Ptices $J.50 to $4,50 HATS AND HEADS I1 ii ; nave mc n-me XlMOl ' 7w- to our mutual lntect to pt them togetW' Spring Styles ROBERTS Best $3.00 Hat on Earth Salem Woolen Mills Si HniHlimilllimilllllf your Utlmeat." Soli ty D. J Fry.