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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1007.
ICT - ppiraF--" flji a-i ,.i 1 IT: H I r" m i. "-. !: dsss ls a Jzsyzx) LYDIA E. PIKKHAM LYDIA E.PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND la acksswledgcd to bo tho mot eye ccsful remecfy in tho country for ttaoso painful ailments peculiar to women. ,. , For inoro than 30 years It has been curing Femalo Complaints, such as Inflammation, aud Ulcera tion, Falling and Displacements, and oon6eqout Spinal weakness, Backache, and la peculiarly adapted to tho Change of Llfo. 3.. lkr lint If. linn ntfnri more coses of FeratUo Ills than any other ono remedy known. Lytlfci E. rinltham's Vegetable Compound dissolves and expels Tumors at an oarly efcago of development. Dragging Fensatlons causing patn.weltfht, aud hctwlwho are relieved and permanently cured by Its use. It correct IrrcguUiritiea or Painful Functions, Weakness of tho Stomach. Indigblon, Bloating, Nervous Prostration, Headache, Gene ral DcWJityj ala, Diaalnes, Faintncss Extreme Lassitude. "Don t caro andwanttobsleftnloue" fcoling, Irritability, Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Flatulny, Ulanekolla or the Blues." Thcso aro euro Indications of fotnahi waalincoa or some organic derangement. For Kidnsy Complaints of eiHior sex Lydla E. Pinlcham'a Vcgotablo Compound is a west excellent remedy. Mrs. Pinkham'5 Standing Invitation to Women Womon wtfwlng from any form of femalo weakness are invited to write Mrs rtoUhawi, Lynn, Mass. for advice. Sho Is tho Mrs. Ptaknam who has been advising sick womon free of charge for more than sweii ty years, and before that sho assisted her mother-in-law Lydla E. Plnkham In ndvlslmr. TIiwb sho is well qualified to guide sick women bacu to health. Dor advice is froo and always helpful. -i Dr. Clny AV111 Wed. Dr. II. E. Clny, tho well known nhvslclnn of this city, will nbnndon IbIusIq blessedness this evening, when Miss Helen Sword, a talented and popular young lady af Portland, will hecomo his wife. Tho marriage cere mony will be conducted nt tho homo of tho bride in tho motropolla and will bo witnessed by only tho noar relatives and a few Intimate friends. Miss Sword, until about two year; ngo, was a resident of Topoka, Kan., tho former homo of Dr. Clny, and Id an accomplished young lady with a wldo circle of friends both in Port land and in the oait. She is a col logo graduate and also a graduate uttrse. Dr. Clny Is a graduate of tho Uni versity of Chlcngo and of the Rush Medical college of Chicago. Before locating In Snlom he was hospital surgeon In ono of the londlng Chl cngo hospitals. He is nt presont a partner of Dr. A. B. Glllls of this city. Dr. nnd Mrs. Clay will arrive In Salem tomorrow and will bo at homo at tho Hotel "Willamette to their frlondH. OREGON'S PRUNE CROP. has had no very serious effect on Orntrfin nriltln flllintlCrs. thOUKll lind 6lx Hundred Carload's AVlll He Sent! the financial panic como last year at CARS TO START ON NEW LINE Service Between Clieinmvn and West Woodhtmi to He Maintained Every Other Day. East This Season 0,700,000 Pounds Dried by Tlllson & Company. W. C. TUIson, In speaking to n Journal reporter last evening of tho pruno situation In Oregon, said "Thoro is practically no salo for tho fruit at present, owing to tho finan cial dlBturhnncos, and tho dealers aro not making any prices on tho produots. I hnvo every confidence Jn tho prlcos of prunes, for at tho present tlmo thcro io but a compar atively small amount of promos In tho hands of tho dealers. Tho latent roport from California shows th'it over ono-half of tho stock which was on tho market on tho first day of May of this year has hoon sold, which shows that tho situation io very promising. As I said, I do not look for nny Immcdlato movomont of tho pruno crop, but when tho money condition has boon adjusted tho market' will open strong." Mr. Tlllson otatcd that his firm had dried C.700,000 poundn of prunes In its establishments. In this city and In Roseburg during this season whllo tho output of 1900 In round num boru amounted to 4,000,000 pounds. Authorities Btnto Chat tho pruno nhlpmont to "oastorn points will this year oxcood that of any other year In tho history of tho Industry. Tho pruno dealers of Oregon will Bhlp out of tho stato this season at lonst 7,000,000 pounds moro of tho dried nroducti that was oxportod In 190p. O. A. Malboouf, district agent for tho Southorn Pacific Railroad com pany Ib quoted by tho Albany Horald as giving somo IntoroBtlng statistics on tho growth of Oregon's pruno shipping Industry during tho pnBt fow years. Tho article In part Is as follews: "According to Mr. Malboouf tho Southorn Pacific, which handles the entlro pruno product of Oregon, will sond oast this season 24,000,000 who pounds of drlod prunos, or 600 car loads. Last yoar 17,000,000 pounds or 425 cnrloads were shipped from this stato. about $1.(580,000 into Orogou at tho present wholoialo price In Now York. "Lassollo Brothers, of this olty, Mr. Malboeuf says, aro tho largest Individual pruno ahlppors In tho Btnto, and will ship 7,000,000 pounds out of tho Btato by tho close of the shipping soason wQilch will oud In about two weeks. This firm has al ready shipped 0,000,000 pounds of dried prunes out of tho state. The largo proportion of Lassollo Brothers' product, as well as In tho casoa nf othar Oroiion shlnnors. was sold on Mm anmn tltnn. It. WOUld IIUVO ICIt prune men In this stato i'n a very bad position. "Tho dispatch with which -the Southorn Pao'lflc management has handled tho pruno shlpmonts tlite year put tho pruno men ahead and tho monoy scaro has not struck them bo hard as it might hnvo otherwise, had tho company not furnished cars almost as wanted. "Another thing that holped pruno shippers- this year wns tho fact that tho scasoif began oarllor thlB year, commencing about Soptombor 20th. Last yoar and In tlmcB past tho Bea- Bon begnm about uciouor ibi. un tho last day of Octobor, 190C, only ono-fourth of ho pruno crop hnd been moved, whllo Clio snmo dato this yoar wltnosscd CO per cent moved. On November 8th this year the Southern Pnclflo had Bhlppcd out -of tho stato 13,000,000 pounds of dried prunoB. This yoar on Octobor 31, (11,500,000 pounds had boon handled, whllo last year on tho samo unto, but 5,000,000 pounds wore shipped." o IT DON'T COST MUCH Says Any Ono Can Prepare the Mix ture, and Knows Nothing Better to Take, Tho coming monthB will bo a har vest for tho doctorB and patent medl olno manufacturers unloss great caro Is taken to keep tho feot dry, also dross warmly. This advlco should bo hoedod by all aro subject to rheumatism, kid ney and bladder troubles nnd espe cially cntarrh. Whllo tho latter 19 nnnolftaxA 1 Yi ntnot n-iiffrtrnra nfi In This product will ""rlng-onrahlo dlsoaso, there aro few mon or womon who will fall to experience groat rollof from tho following Sim ula homo proscription, and If taken Former Snlenilto Very 111. Word hns been received by Salem minHvnn rfimt Phlllln Earl, who formerly resided In Polk county, near this city, Ib very 111 at his homo In Hatley, Provlnco of Quebec, Can ada. His daughter, Mrs. J. A. Sell- wood and daughter, Miss Lillian, left Inst ovonlng for tho Earl homo to watch at tho bedside of tho aged In valid. Mr. Earl Is now 8C years of ago and Is not expectod to survive tho winter soason. . r- - A Broad Statement. This announcement Is mndo Wlth nnf nnv nitnl Iflrnt Inn. HCIU-Roid IS tho ono preparation in tho world that guarantees it. Dr. Loonhardt'B Hom-Rold will euro Piles. It Is In tho form of a tablet. , , , i It is tho only Pile remedy used in ternally. , . , It Is Imposslblo to euro an eBtnb llBhod cbbo of PUcb with ointments. supporltorlcB, Injections or outward appliances. A gunrantco Ib lBsucd with every packago of Dr. Lconhnrdt's Hom Rold. . . . ,. ... Go and talk to your druggist about it V. ... --. nr. 'Loonhardt Co.. Niagara nns, N. Y., Proprietors. Sold by Dr. S. C Stono. Snlom. .q Mutliloinu To Columbia, River. Tho United States, snagboat Math loma which has boon working near Oregon City nnd camo to this city Sunday, loft yesterday morning for sorvlco on tho Columbia river. , To Curo Gold In Ono Day. Tako LAXATIVE BROMO Qulnlno Tablets. Druggists refund money If it fnlla tn cure. E. W. UUUViia algnaturo on each box. 25c. Hogs Havo InciirahSo Disease. An eastern Oregon exchange says: Twenty hogB suffering with lumpy jaw, a contnglous disease supposoa to bo quite Incurable, were discov ered noar North Yakima during tlu week by Deputy Stato Dairy and Food Commissioner Will HrAdams. Somo of tho hogs wore in a fearful condition, having lost their eyes' through tho ravngos of tho dlsoaBO. Tho hogs have been Isolated and will no doubt bo killed and Inclnornted In a few dnys, or ns soon as they can bo examlnod by tho state vetorlnary surgoon. Human beings are suscep tible to tho dlsoaso, whioh In most cases Ib said to be fatal. . o HfirBtow && Co., bulldors of tho lino of tho Orogon Electric Railway Comnnny. hnva arranged to oporato a car from Chemawa to .West Wood bum on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, which will connect with the present service from Snlom 'to Chenmwn. This Is tlono In order to nnmnlv w th the frnnchiso. Tiie nr trip will he mndo Snturdny morningT November 30. Tho enr will lonve Snlom nt G n m., mnklng connections nt Chemawa at (5:24 a. m. with the train for Cho moketn, Wncondn, St. Louis nnd West Woodburn. On the return trip tho train will leavo West Woodburn at 5:35 p. m., making connections at Chemawa with the Snlem enr nt C:JC p. m. This is only n temporary arrange ment, until tho big cars, which aro expected about tho 15th ot next month, arrive. GlowingUt From Every 0t Deafness Cannot Bo Cured by local applications, as they cannot rnnrh tho dlsensed portion of tho enr. iThoro is only ono wny to curo denf- noss, nnd thnt Ib by constltutionnl remedlos. Donfness la cnusod by an in'flamod condition of the mucous llnlnc of tho Euatrttchlan Tubo. When this tubo Ib inflamed you have n. rumblinc sound or imporfect hear ing, and whon It Js entirely closed, doafnosB is tho result and unless tno rinflammatlon .can bo taken out and this tubo restored to Us normnl con dition, hearing will bo destroyed forevor: nlno cases out of ton aro caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but an Inflamed condition of tho mu cous surfaces. Wo will glvo Ono Hundred Dollars for any caso of DonfnesB (caused by catarrh) that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Curo. Sond for cir culars frco. F. J. Cheney & Co., To ledo, O. Sold by druggists, 75c. Tako Hall's Family Pills for con stipation. if " -"r. --- rir vnce.01 When the mercury drops out olJ imd it wonderfully convenient iZ PERFECTION Oil Heater (Equipped with Smokekss ,,. Il's very light-carry i,al,ouKei,u danger-no smokc-nomelLaJ lor and nwca nine hum l cozy comlott al one filling 0 brass lonl. Finished In nickel and japan. E healer warranlcd. vt7 The JPjXTfal ,v. "ft in M .1 y. y-y " o-lAAJ brHll.nl lijhl It ty T , At lonj HuiUf ntiiliiM tad or ttw bv II won I Uxe your tjw. Ultit Imprwd tutoA JrIl bumtr. MiJe ol brw, nickel pitied. Every Ump wirtwld. II your ita unnol supply the Hiyo Lamp or PdcdMa 0J llulrr, write our nureil igmcy lor t Jucriplire drculir. STANDARD OIL COfllPANY (Incorporated) Tlicre's No Use Talking, you can'o beat Herblno for In tlmo it will prevent an attaok of ovor 0fored t0 suffering humanity. catarrti during tho, entire season Horo is tho proscription whioh nny ono enn mix: If you suffer from liver complaint, Fllud Extract ' ,,.. n..Aa nnj TTnvinA n-in n, in ...., JUUl ll)l "Vl "Vimug ..... l-k ... Dandelion ono-half ounco, compound ln jtg propor condition, A positive Kargon ono ounco, Compound Syrup curo tor Constipation, Biliousness, Snrsapnrllln throo ounoos. Shako Dv8pepsm and nll nig duo t0 a torpld woll In a bottle and use In toaspoon-juver Try a uottlo and you will nev ful dOBo aftor oaoh moal and again '0r uge any thing olse. Sold by D. J. Thmrm s Only Onm "Bromo Qulnlm" Thmt tm L&xatlve Bromo Qulnh U9ED THE WORLD OVER TO OUft A BOLB WMCW, AUvnva rnmnmbor tho full namo. Look fnr tblq nlfrnnturo on ovorv box. 26c ' & Will Make Fcrklnn Solid. ' Tho Sacramento Dee sayB that no ono over succeeded better thnn Sen ator George C. PorkJns In carrying wator on both shoulders. If tho Boo Is not moro cautious It will mako Porklns Bolld with California irri gators. Tularo Register. Had!y Mixed Up. Abraham Brown, of Wintorton, N. ., had n very romnrkablo oxporl- onco; l. says: "Doctors got oaaiy mixed un over me; ono said heart disease; two called It kidney trouble; the fourth, blood poison, and tho fifth Btomach aud llvor trouble; but none of them holped me; ao my wife advised trying Electric Bitters, which are restoring mo to' perfect health. Ono bottle did mo moro good than all tho five doctors proscribed." Guar anteed to cure blood poison, weak ness nnd all stomach, liver nnd kid ney complaints, by J. C. Perry, drug gist, 50c. A full Line Of Ladles' and Men's Shcxili Fnll Btylcs. A full lino of rift! hootB nnd shoes. Good tM lrnvo' alinrva In of trin thlsi bill UVJU V, ,. - t weather. Ladles' felt slipper is leather sllppors for Cbrlsta I Jacob Vogt IiAIlGAlX DAY SUIlSCniPTIO?! TO TniS PAPI3H EXPIRES NOV. 30 at bodtlmo. Tho Compound Kargon In this pro coutrncta mado boforo tho np8nlnj('oriptlon acts dlrootly upon tho ollm of tho soason. Tho &ro!ght on Laa- jnntlv0 tlsuea ot tho kldnoys to ll.. Ttnn,lini.a' nli Imiinti t nlfllio llllK I . .. .. . j. I., t ... 1I.A mako thorn flltor and strain from tho blood, tho poisons thnt produce air forms of catarrhal affoctlons. Rollof i is ofton tU ovon after tho first fow' looe and it la saldom that tho sur- foror ovor oxperlonots a roturn at- aollo Brothers' shipment nlono ha nottod tho Southorn Paqlilo llnoa ovor $30,000, It Is said. "A fortunato thing for Orogon pruno shlppora this yoar, has hoen tho oxnodlency with which the South orn Pnolflo has iioon auia to iurnunitnejC . tj,e yoar. them with cars ror irnuspoiiiwius holr drlwl product. Tho pruno Bhly ping soason In Orogon this yoar t from four to llvo wooka ahoad of Inst voar. nnd now the bulk of tho. crop has boon moved and disposed of. By November 115, of this yoar, Mr. Malboouf states that tho rail road has moved 65 per cent of tho entire crop of prunes, whereas lace yoar at tho corresponding tlmo, lAit 45 nor cont of tho crop had been shinned. This fact alouo has savd Fry. -o- This proscription makes a splondld romedy for nll forms of blood dis orders nnd suoh symptoms n8 lnme hack, blnddor wonknossos and rhcru- . Speaking of Missiles. Mrs. Crimsonuenk I see they are now making rolling pins out ot aluminum. Mr. Crlmsonhenk "Well, I sin poso tho women can throw them farther, but I shouldn't think they'l bo so effective. Yonkers Statesman. Biliousness and Constipation, For years I was troublod with btl lousnoss and constipation, which mnrin Ufa mtsarnhln tny ma TIT n. I mutism palus aro entirely dispelled. I petlt0 fnli0d me. I lost my usual as ims vaiuauio, uiougu iiiun, f0roo and vitality. Pepsin prepara reolpo cdraos from a thoroughly re-'tlons and cathartics onV made mat llablo sourcjO, it should bo hoadod by ters worso. I do not know where I should havo boon today had I Mr ' k. t i fc'3lksw " " ) S! ! CALIFORNIA! IS THE PLACE WHERE GOLF, TENNIS, BOATING, BATHMj RIDING, DRIVING AND ALL THE SUMMER SPORTS Ml ENJOYED RATE, SALEM TO LOS ANGELES AND RETURN $55,00 innw Low Rates tootherClUwInSoutktraftj via tho famous Shasta Route-Southern Pacific Ceijaj tfK'fiWN AS "The Road of a Thousand Wm 113 wanior iwsojw, w - ,iMSMIS)HHIl '" I MONUMENTS AS TliEY SHOIP $!j! Artistic Designs--Best of WorkmausblP, Order now for spring delivery. Let us make and modern for you, and set J in l Day. Puertof"1 onP Peft ceit every aflllotod rondor. -o- Anothyr- Dog Poisoned. Tho flno pointer belonging not tried Chnmberlaln's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Tho tablets rolleve to. tho 111 feeling at once, strenctheu shipped. This faot mono has savJ (Frank Mooro, tho bici'do dealer, was tho digestive functions, helping tho Oregon pruno shippers thousands of yesterday morning poisoned, but fry (system to do its work naturally, dollars. Thft flnriiiclal flurry, wlthltlmnlv nsn nf nntlntoa whioh worn u. nnnn tib Tt.n.inn. i-i. " "-"" - ----.- w i "i" WJ " v vn illi a. AVU3& A ULLQ. 1J11 lllllli: IIH 111 . MIIIH In market admlnlaterod tho doc will nrobablv Theea tnbleta are, for raIa nf n, dollars. The the consequent priced, coming break at the time admlnlaterod tho dog will probably These tablets are for sale at Di. ii am, recover. i Btono's drug store. Dr. Stone's Drug Store The only cash drug store In Oregon, owes no oue, and no one owes it; carries large stock; its shelves, counters nnd show cases aro loaded with drugs, medicines, notions, toilet articles. wlne3 and Hnuors of all ?klnd8 for medicinal purposes. Dr. Stono Is a regular graduate In medi cine, and has bad many years of exporlonce In tho practice. Consul tations aro free. Prescriptions aro free, and only regular prices for medicine. Dr. Stone can be found at hla rtriif ntnrn Solnm fir frnm f. in the morning until 9 at night. WILTON W. Works at 239 Liberty Street vmMW4 Itffll IS Sjltft THE AVENUE Creams, Ices, cignra and confecj Ions. Corner of Seventeenth anu Asylum avenue. N. O. un, -- prlotor. BUTTERNUT BREAD. It la -worth more tnan any otto1 bread, yet the price lsno nll&w Por sale at your grocer's. CALIFORNIA BAKJER. TkOBmi ft Ceoter Pro- a ISALEM WAjtfi. i- .mtTJt WAtf effk: terJtt i1 ForfrS .nin -bbb--" Biiu pijiBr lll" llll" z- rf'---- X tnd &$ Kft?,?3 !. trz j nt2. rzr Ti XklW-'i 1 ": 4S MAI wn5rvztr' jffi0 H frt fi ' (.-