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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, NOVE3U1ER 27, 1007.
4 IRCHES TO UNITE FOR THANKSGIVING nf SnK'in Will Hold Services IjFjrst Christian Clmroli. L .imr. in r tiatom the Protostnnt ii-golng public of Snlem will : . rr.mrrrcate (under one roof lebrati the day of Thnnksgtv- ;K F. E. Dell, presiuent 01 ilni ti rial association, will pro- .i , tiipotlnir. which will bo , thn Christian ohuroh. Tho fclng program will be carried the orurr given, uuBiuiuiig mi o'clock In tho merning: bn Pi dude. Location Rov. Davis ErroU, jr First rnrisunn cnurcn. i fedlng of the President's and governor's proclnmntlons Rov. Ejr, Robinson. llpture Reading Rov. W. A. toy, pastor German j-jvnngeucai yor Rev. E. H. Belknap, pns- ,eslle M. K. cnurcn. ferlng for the Oregon State tiers' Aid society. in. won Itev, J. a. uomur, u, v., First Baptist church. fcycr. king, "America." nedlctlon Rov. J. II. Morryman kl'nltcd Brethren church, Yew PERSONAL MENTION ithcr A. A. Moore left yesterday kng for Sublimity. jfs Mlnnetta Magors, the vocal cr, has returned home. b. F. 0. Kerstan of Portland Is buc-t of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Joseph Phillips left yestor- nornlng for her homo In Astoria a visit to relatives In thla city. Nettle Rhodes of Portland In the city to visit hor par- Mr, and Mri. J. F. Goodo. Frank Hughos has returned California, where Bho spent il months visiting relatives. and Mrs. Herbert Hostor of kce, Idaho, who havo boon vlslt- lalem relatives, loft for Phoo- Fimona, wnere moy win hijuimi Mater tslractor Young loft yesterday be for Gervals, whoro ho has lo of tho construction of the iMasonlc temple. . L Houseweart. nftor n visit is city to her mother, Mrs. W. pu!d, has left for hor homo If ent and Mrs. M. Welch of Port- who havo been In tho city to tho mnrrlngo of their son. and Miss Ruby Irvln, havo aed to their homo. Ra'ph Glover left yesterday ling for Portland, whoro sho ltpcn.1 Thanksgiving with rela- Mr Glover will Join her In netrcpolls Thursday morning. . and Mr3, J. Bryant of Pasa- CJ hivfi nrrlved In tho city lt tHlr cousins, Mr. nnd Mrs. w h E M FIsk, who has been he re atlves In this olty, has re- tt h r home In Holona, Mon- IKv Father McGoe. assistant Iff r the lbany Catholic ohuroji, v ' rg hU parents In this city. por h home. 1 SILY DECIDED. Question Should Do Answered Easily by Salem People. iifh U wiser to havo confl- 1Ti ' opinions of your follow- n r( t orila vnn Irnnnr. nr dV f ' " ment made by utter Nc r-ullne in far-awav 5 ''1 the following' J '.,r, of 144G Third St, ' '" aa "Daan's Kldn h l r-ocured at Dr. Stone i n,t only strength 1 Cltf" J T,nt thai, cnaailllv .r.. f" ''ackacho and lameness ed v a. acta wUn such prompt eCfr a' results as Doan'B Kld- I s M sc-thy of all confidence n c t:.'jentioMsly recommend 10 rttTs. for I know I never lnr r ediclne of tho kind equal rm ' r curing backache and IT (." a ' lv all dealers. Price 50 f-Jster-Mllhiipn r.n -nnttaia. Fork, sole agents for 'the Unl- rifca 8abeP the namftXloan's &ke no ether. A Voice From The stomach A Woodless Eight Between rt Tablet nml a Hnblt Tho Tablet Wins. At tho nge of 22, Claronce had good digestion. Ho had gastric Julro that could dissolve doughnuts nnd turn nppleskins Into good blood cor puscle. At tho ago of 24 ho bogan to bo profuso about tho waist and lean backwards. Ho also began to culti vate sovoral chins. In his now-found pride ho bogan to think It his duty to gorgo hlmsolf on everything, tho good and tho bad, for appotlte foeds ,on nppotlto and evory good thing Is nuused. " His plctmros showed that ho toel: on weight after ho put his collar on. At tho ago of JJC Clarence man-tod nnd went to boarding. On top of nil this, ho attended oyster Biippors nnd wlno dinners, which reduced tho size of his collar from 1C to 15. With Btlll abiding faith In tho strength of his stomach ho gulped his mcnls, and chewnd them after wards. At tho ago of 28 Claronco bogan to hear an Inwnrd volco a warning from tho Btomach. After each meal, ho would fool bloated and belching became n habit. Ho begnn to bo n light cater and a hoavy thlnkor. Ho tried to think i out a cure, for- now ho would e!t down at his meals nbsolutqly dis gusted at tho' thought or sight of anything to oat. Ho would sit down at his menis without tho trnce of an appetite, Jus: bocauso It was time to eat, Ho would often fool a gnnwlng. (unsatisfied "still hungry" foollnir In !hls stomach, even nftor ho was through eating, whothcr his moal was well cooked or not. And ho suffered a good many oth er things with tho stomach that ho could not explain, but that mado him grouchy, mlsorablo, out-o'-sorts and generally sour on everybody and ev erything. Finally ho read an account, some thing Hko'thls, about tho truly won derful results obtained from Stuart's Dyspopsln Tablets In nil cases of stomach trouble, dyspepsia, nnd so on. Ho bought a 00c box at tho drug store, and took tho wholo box. When ho started, ho had little fnlth and less nppotlto. When ho finished ho had absoluto faith and raoro nppo tlto, and moro good t cheer. Thing began to tnBte dlfforont and bettor to blin. Now ho has no moro dyspepsia, no mora indigestion, no moro loss of nppotlto, brash, Irritation, burning Bonsntlon, hoartburn, nausea, eructa tions, bad momory, or loss of vim ana vigor. Remember, ono ingredient of Stuart's Dyspopsln Tnblots will dl- gest for you '3000 gralnB of food, 'Just as It did for Claronco. This relieves your stomach of tho work of digesting until your stomach can got strong and honlthy again. Your stomach lias been overworked nnd abused. It's fagged out. It j needs a rost. Let Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets do i the work of your Btomach. You will bo surprlBOd how fine you'll feel after entlng, and how 'jusolouBly good ev- jory thing will taste to you. Hood tho call of tho stomaob now! 'There's a world of good cheer Jn ono .box of Stuart's Dyspopsln Tablets, at any drug store. 50c. Send us your name and address loday nnd wo will at once send you tby mall a.samplo paqkago free. Ad dress F. A. Stuart Co., ISO Stuart Bldg., Marshall. Mich. Tlmo for n HHjmwte, Mrs. Rloh Why, Patrlok, when did you gat married? Patrick Soon ait Ivor Ol got out uv wnrruk, mum! New York Times. ARE WORTH HEEDING, DO YOV WANT TO HIT A HIKING POW DER THAT POSSESSES INMATCH AIILE QUALITIES? IF SO. JXSIST ON YOUR GROCER OR DEALER SUPPLYING YOV WITH EPPLEY'S PERFECTION RAKING POWDER IT 18 A IIOAIE PRODUCT SIAXT. FAOTURED BY C. M. EPPLEY, SA- eBBJLaKfBjtfBJrBBBBBBrBBBS Mitttf I CLASSIFIED MMf4l-HM--f I I FOR flAXX V Billy 32 C N. Commercial strGet. Has a buyer for household good. If you havo anything in that lino to sell for cash. Call at once. 11-25-lmo For Sale will broke horso. coming thre oyearu old, sound and nlco size, with a fair buggy, for $125. Apply at 1014 Marlon street. ll-25-3t TIianlcKlviiiK Dinner Hfic Turkoy, ll-25-3t etc., at W. C. T. U. Fr Sale A square piano, cheap; also fir stovo wood. Enquire at No. 2 West Union strcot. 11-2 C-3f Vlollim on Trial Hand-mado violins for sale on ton days 'trial, nt my shop over Perry's drug store. M. S. Fuller. ll-9-lm For Snle -Ono-ycnr-old "Mammoth" blackberry plants. Ten cents apleco, or $1 por dozen. Address Box 415, Salem, Or. 10-24-tf For Sale A now Edison Home Phonograph $G0 outfit for $40. Apply to W. II. Squlro, West Sa lem. 10-12-tt For Snle Good houso and barn, now, 25 acrcB all undor cultivation borrles, prunes and nil kinds of fruit, flvo miles from Salem, $3500 This Includes 6 cows, 2 horsos.hnr ncss, 1 heavy wagon, spring wagon - 200 chlckcnB nnd other farming necessities. Enqulro 402 Stato strcot. 0-23-tf 1'lonn.q nnd Organs Tuned nnd ro- palrod. All work guarantocd. C. O. Best, 174 South Cottago Btreot. Phono 729 or loavo orders at Geo. C. Will's music Btoro. 11-4-tf FOR RENT For Rent A good six-room Iiomso, with largo barn. Call at 1044 Ma rlon streot. ll-2C-3t To Rent. Flvo room flat. ovorFnr rlngton & Van Patton's market. Inquire of Stoinor & Borgor, 188 South Llborty street. 0-24-tf AnSOELLANEOUS. X'oget Lumber nnd Fuel Co. Lum ber .shingles, building material, wood and conl. Low prlcon and prompt dollvorlcfl. Ono block oast of 8. P. pasoongi? depot Phono 108. 7-2-tf Butte & Wcndcroth Flno wlnos, liquors nnd elgara. Wo handle tho celebrated Kollog gand Castle whiskies. Cool and refreshing beer constantly ov draught. South Coramorclal ntroot. 9-3-lyr Enlarged Our moat markot on East Stato streot ban boon doubled in sizo and wo aro bottor proparod than ever to serve customers. Prompt servlco and tho boat of meats our motto. Call oi phono 199. B. E. Edwards, Prop. Wo Aro Cash Purcluuwra Of poul try, eggs, and nil kinds of farm produce. Borry crates made up In unllmltod quantltloa. Capital Commission Co., 207 South Com mercial streot, Salem. Phono Main 179. LOST. Strayed or Stolen Out of my pa' turo, three mlloa .sonithenst of Sa lem, about ono month ago, a last spring's Jorsey heifer calf, whit body and tip of tall white, Llbor al roward will bo paid for Infor mation of Its whoroubouts. F. M. Smith, Route, No. G, Salem. ll-2C-lwk PROFESSIONAL. V. iaifs, AI. D. PnyBlclan am surgeon. Telephone 307 Main. Offices, 540 Stato streot, opposite court houso, Salem, Or. Residence Phone 313 Alain. 8-13- lmo WANTED. Girl Wuiited For housowork; smau 0 - w .- family, 390 North Summer street, cornor of Conter. 11-25-lwk Wanted Competent girl for general ; housework. Apply morning of J Mrs. Louis Lnchmund, 264 North J Church street 11-21-tf Wanted Proaeman. Apply to jour- j nai omco m M FRENCH FEMALE 0P1LLS. jS., f untxM Htixir JtinMiHwtwTn. H.V.ff ffllAU.ll TA f .11 Kr. M.r!lii IMlU. f 1 1 Ituct vol M IK.J UN M t U W .4 U I U'It tiatxrna HtmttniiUiixttH immmmmammmmmmmmmmm Sold fa Salem by Dr. S. C. Stone IIAROATN DAY SUBSCRIPTION TO THIS PAPElt EXPIRES NOV. 0 J ihHtrtftfr DEPARTMENT !! m I 4-HH-4 LODGES. :nrpenters Vnlon No. lt)." Local Union No. 10(53 of C.irpontors and Joiners of America meet every Saturday evening nt 7:30 p. ra. In Hearst hall, 420 Stato St. A. W. Dennis, Rec. Sec. Foresters of America Court Shor wood Forosters, No. 19. Moot Wcdnoidny In Hurst hall, Stat street. Lo oAbbo, O. R.; J. O Perry, financial sccrotary. Central Lodgo No. 18, K. of P. . Cnstlo Hall In Holtnan block, Cor. nor Stato and Llborty streots Tuesday of each week nt 7:30 p m. Oscar JohuBon, C. O.; E. II. AndorBor, K. of R. and 8. Modern Woodmen of America Ore gon Cedar Camp No. 524C. Moots ovcry Thursday ovonlng at 8 o'clock In Holman hnll. W. W. Hill, V. C; F. A. Turner, clerk. Woodmen of World Moot ovcry Frl day night at 7:30, In Holman hall, L. E. Pennell, C. C; P. L. Frai ler, Clork. Lincoln Annuity Union. Sick, acci dent and pension lnmirnuco; $3, 000,000 plodgrd; ovory claim paid Good agents wanted. J. II. O. Mongomory, supremo organlter, Box432 Snlcm, Oregon. R. R. Ryan, secretary, 640 Stnto street PLUSD3ER8. Theo. AI. Barr Plumbing, hot water and steam heating and tinning. 104 CoiLinorclnl ntroot. Phono Main 192. 9-1-lyr Af. J. Potzel Plumbing, otoam and gas fitting. Successor to Knox A Murphy, 220 Commercial streot, 'Prono Mnln 17. LIVERY AND FEED STABLES. Livery nnd Fecfl Stables Old Post oftlco Stables, at 254 Ferry Btreot, botweon Commercial and Front Btrcots. Tolophono 188. Somo of tho finest llvorlos In tho city can bo found hero. Dick Wostacott, proprietor. 10-1-lyr SASH AND DOOR OTOniK. Frank AI. Brown Manufacturer of saih, doors, mouldings. All kinds of houso finish and hard wood work. Front atroet, between Stat and Court. Make all complaints at tho oftlco. DRAYAH5N. Cuinmlus Dros, Transfer Company- All kinds of transfer work dono. Furnlturo and pianos boxod ready for shipment. Prompt servlco Is our motto. Stand and office at 253 South Commercial street. Phone 210. RetldcDCo Phono 968. TIIEV WILL GET IT IN THE NECK On Thanksgiving day from saw- edgo on tholr collar?, unless the mon of Salem aro wIbo enough to tuko tholr linen to a first-class laundry. If you want beauty of color and ox. qulstte finish on your shlrtei, collars and cuffs, and have thorn sent homo In perfoot condition, sond your or- dor to tho Salem Stoam Laundry, and wo gnaranteo satisfaction to our patrons. SALEM STEAM LAUNDRY. 13G-1GG S. Llborty St Phono Main 25. mmwMmmwmniiwm Gold Dtist Flott Made by THIS SYDNEY POW- Ma4 for niollj dm. Atk your " ) groctr lor It. Brn and tkortf ' ' always on hand. P. B. Wallace I AGENT jimoe)ajaiiwnHTwniM SALEM BRICKYARD A. A. BURTON. Prop. Brick always on band, In car lota or otherwise, Freesed brick mae to prder. Yard on State street, souta of peatlUBtlary. -7-1-tl. HOTELS. iiiiiiiiiiiuniimiiiin The I White Mouse Restaurant For a Regular 25c Dinner at 20c They enn't bo bent McGilchrist & Son Proprietors. iTt'TllIM 1 I 1 'I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I ELITE HOTEL jj Restaurant . and hotel, on ; ; Europoan plan. Menis nt nil hours on short order. Regular ',', dinner 35 cents. Thirty now- ; ; y finished furnished rooms. E. ECICERLEN, Prop. I! 148 Commercial St. ! '. i I I i i 4-i 4 i i 8 i i 3 ? 5 i i i i i u i i ? MHHUIMHIHHIMIHM 880 COURT 8TRKKT. Call and try Ummb. Meaht I 15c Board per Wk $2.75. also furnished rooms very reasonable. AT inn Salem Restaurant MEALS 15c Thuhmhihiihiiuhh Hotel St. Philip Fourth and Fifth and Ilarnirtdo 8trc-;ta, Portland, Oregon. Now fireproof European Hotol. Stonm hent Modern conveniences. Rates $1.00 por day and up. Union depot enr will land you nt tho door. H. PIERCE, Prop. nnntmmt Minimi GRAND OPENING ! ! Tho Horseshoo HcMnurant. '. '. Scott Ferguson old stnnd, ; ;; thoroughly renovated and now ; ly furnlBhod throughout. ' ' ! Best 20c Heal in the City : ;; Chicken dlnnor on Sunday ;; ' Call and bo convinced. E. M. ACKERMAN, Prop. I i; 333 State Streot. Hinnmimt h niniin TtllOn' THE BEST ROAST THE FAMILY EVER HAD Can be obtained from our prims tender and juicy beef, mutton or pork. .All our meats aro soloctod from tho cholcost, and prepared for tho table to suit tho demand of the fastidious. Our prlcos are lower for quality than you can find at any place In Salem, E. C. O R O 8 S, Phone 201. 70 State Hi TORRID ZONE FUNARCE Tho above cut represents out brick lined Torrid Zono Furnace. Guaranteed gas, smoko and dust proof. Economical and durable. A.o L. FRASER 258 STATE STREET. Estimates furnished on beating ?-5 I'll), la Ii.d ta.1 li.U iLruuJ TL U vlktr. Hnr t tmar r- QSSvl r 1 4h1bT iBff'r tit sflvKai CHICHESTER'S PILLS m- ici inc. iiiajivip nn.inn jtN I-Bl. .1 Ali )TMir l'rKi.i i pi TT" - V af Sttl IV MOISTS EVEttWiEflE TRANSPORTATION COm'Ayriiy. O C T Co Steamers Pomona k Oionla lonvo for Portland Monday, Wouea day and Friday at 10 n. m, and Tuesday, Thurdday and Saturday at C a. m. For Corvnlllo, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday about G p. m. M. P. Baldwin, agent. OIIlcus and dock nt foot of Trado etroot. M.P. BALDWIN, Agt. CORVALLIS & EASTERN R. R. T1AU3 TABLE NO 37. Trains from nnd to YnquJna.. No. 1 Leaves Vaqulna 7:15a.m. Arrives nt Corvallls 11:00 stat. Arrives at Albany 11:58 a.M. No. 2 Leaves Albany 12 :,3E p.m. Leaves Corvallls 1:39 p.m. Arrives at Yaqulna ..... 5:40 p.m. Trains to and fromDttroIt. No. 3 Loavou Albany 7:30 a.m. Arrivos at Dotrolt ..... .12:80 p.m. No. 4--Leaves Detroit ......... 1:00 p,m. Arrives at Albany ...... 5:56 plm. Traina for Corrallifl. No. 8 Loaves AUmny 7.S5 a.m. Arrivos at Corvallls .... 8:35a.m. No. 10 Leaves Albany 3:25p.m. Arrives at Coryallls .... S :01p.m. No. 0 Lcavos Albany ........ 7:18p.m. ArrlvoB at Corvallls ..... 8:11 p.m. Trains for Albany. No. 5 Leaves CorvnlIi :30a.m. Arrivos at Albany ...... 7:10a.m. No. 0 Lcavos Corvallls 12:30 p.m. Arrivos at Albany 1:16 p.m. No. 7 Lcavos Corvallls 8:06 p.m. Arrivos at Albany 8:40 p.m. No. 11 (Sunday only) Loaves Corvallls- 11:11a.m. Arrivos at Albany 11:68 a,m No, 12 (Sunday only) Loaves Albany .12:35 p.s, Arrives at Cor vail 1 1:18 p.m. For further Information apply ( GBO. P. NKVINfl, Gen. PaM, Aprt, Albany, Or. SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO. Tlmo Card No. 48 KsTettTH Jane lei. Toward Portland Pawewa;er. No. 10 6:28 a. m Orefoa -press. No, 18 8:40 a. m., Cottage OroTt Pflosongor. No. 12 2:45 p. m. Roaoburg Bx proas, No. 14 8:50 p. m., Portland Ex press. Toward Portland Frkt. No. 222 10:51 a, m,, dprM 11:38 a. m Portland FaH Fr4at. No. 22G 10:40 a. m,, depart 11:38 a. m Way Frolght. Toward Bun Francteco Pauawme' No. 11 11:03 n. m., Roseburg Exprosa. No. 170:47 p. m. Cottago Oroya Passongor, No. 169:60 p. ra., Callfor&U press. No. IS 1:81 r xn San Fraucla- co Eipres. Toward San Francisco Freight. No. 221 2:33 a. m., Ban Frash Cisco Fast Freight. No, 22511:56 a. m,, arrive 11:25. CHEAT SEED Only 35 conts per bushel for fancy clean cheat seed, whllo It lasts. Put In your ordor quick, Tilfson & Co I S5t'i6t High Street Phone i 39 Salem, Or ;;miiinininiiinnn ; REOPENED : CIiAllK'H CANDY KITCHEN. ' Piuro and funcy candles u . , ; ; speolalty. Will teach the trado " ' and anyono wishing to learn . to mako caudles will do well . . ! ! to call at once. TorniB roa- ', '. sonablo. W. W. CLARK 1 418 North Commercial sreet. i iii miii ii 1 1 ii unii ii t BARGAIN RAY UWUITKX to this papwc Kxjrnum XOV, M LEM, OREGON.