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DAILY CAT1TAL JOURNAL, BALEM, OREGON. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, lfK)7.
Start the Bowels . . ... riifTAf t.tl. cirl tinnr1flin illntipMM u!J t . c tainted breath or stomach ills start the bowels. I Icalth demands I that they move naturally ut least once n day ; otherwise poisons "' .. '. U..l !..4rt ,l.n t.tnn.t n.,1 lt, ...l.t.. I I.. 1. T are thrown iutiv miw n.v. ..vuv. uu unsHuun! uouy uctomesa lodging place tor uisease. Keep the bowels open with EECHAM'S PILLS -. ,Unn there is the slightest evidence of irrecularitv. and vou will be h free from the complaints caused by sluggish bowels or an inactive f tir. The action of Beecham's Pills is centle but thorough. Fiftv- ? six years before the public, their wonderful success as liver and t bowel correctives, has won first place for them as Nature's Constipation Cure In boxes with full directions, ioc. and 35c. STON BROWN BREAD FLOUR Is Self-rising:. It makes Genuine Brown Bread, Toothsome Quick Biscuit, and a LORIOUS BOILED PUDDING Sold by all Grocers Articles of Incorporation. Ornam-nt Gold and Silver Min ing Company. Prlnoiunl office, Port land, Oregon; capital stock, $25,000; lncornorr tors, John A. Martin, Ber tha E. MnrMn, Srdl? A. Stephenson and Da vltl if. Stcplnnson. Spring We Lnmb ami Shop Com- inny. lVlaolptU office, Portland, Oregon; capltM stick, $5,000; In corporator. Jonathan Richardson, Molvln Richardson, and Walter G. Hayes. Tho Wlllnmlna Lumbor Company. Principal ofllce, Willamlnn, Orogeu: capital stock, $5,000; Incorporators. L. C. Palmor, C. A. Palmer and Faust Palmor. Kimball Oollogo of Theology. Principal offlco Salem, Oregon; In corporators, A, M. Smith, It. Kelly and T.VS. MoDanlol. Notaries Public Appointed. ' Albert Abraham, Rosobiurg; J. M. Stark, Elkton; A. C. Morgnn, Mor gan; Ethel Ward, Portland; E. M. Crolsan, Solom; A. M. Cannon, Salem. JERTAKING AND wi wwuj. 4M mALMINfi V' .& KKJfMM4ilMmK 1 X 9 9 w BEST SERVICE XUtVLETB OUTFIT kt r . &nly whlto hoarse and bcb in Marion and ad- , iilng counties. !W. T. RIQDON I. O. O. F. Bldg 4 'lOW VUUH JW rau rH0m3&zm S 'TSLTV. Of 1 u iMrv 1 'lyrw.," FOR LADIES' driving A gontlo horso is desirable. Wo select for onr stnblo woll brod an! malB properly broken, and not spoiled afterwards by bnd usage. The gentleness of n good disposition and not fcoblonoss of ago mnko them sato. Our flno, sty.llsh, up-to-dnto turnouts nro known' ovorywhoro iu tho state. To get tho best sorvlco you must como to us cvory time FASHION, STABLES, C. W. Ynnnko, Prop. 131-137 N. High St. Phono 44 Main When to Go Home. From tho' Bluftton, Ind., Bnnner: Whon tired out, go homo. Whon you want consolation, go homo. When ycni waat fun, go liomc. Whon you want to show others that you havo roformed, go homo and lot your family got acquainted with the fact. Whon you want to show your- solf at your best go homo and dn tho act thoro. Whon you fool Uko bolng extra liberal go homo and prac tlco on your wlfo and children flrBt. When you wnnt to shlno with extra brillancy go homo nnd light up tho wholo household." To which we would add, whon you havo a bnd cold go homo and tako Chambor Iain's Cough Romody nnd a quick euro Is cortnln. For salo at Dr. Stono's drug Btoro. o Ho Spoko in Haste. Ho (anxiously) Crying again, Louise? Nevor mind, you shall havo the gown you want so much. She How good you are, Edward! 1 only havo a toothache. Syduoy Iiullotln. Sound Sense. "What do you got out of llfo?" demanded tho carper. "What I put into It, plus a fair Interest," answered itho thoughtful man. Kansas City Journal. 0 That's Itl 1 t Cough yoursolf Into a flt of spasmB and thon wonder why you don't got woll. If you will only try a bottlo of Ballard's Horohound Syrup your cough will bo. a thing of tho past. Ic 1b a poBltlvo ouro for courIib, lnfl onza, bronchitis and all pulmonary diseases. Ono bottlo will convlnco .eou at your druggist, 25c, 60c, fl Sold by D. J. Fry. 3 1 4 ' A Fresh Comolexloa It preserved and produced by , Robcrtine, n mild, delightful preparation, delicately; fragrant. i...tili..inillr) innnnnm earned . rr-trvnrM, rtiiucei the tllB of i...l tn.t thtm- r4 ducei inflammation and spread an even, radiant glow due to wholciome nouruh inent of ikln clandi and itimulation of ! t-?l .t.& I..J th the capuiariei Yrnicn wo .v akin and supply ita healthful color. JjitturDruWiiftrajrtttamjpu y OBERTINEJ n Dr. Stone's Drug Store cn'y cash drutr store in Oregon, rea co one, and no one owos It; rrica mrgft stock; ,jlts sneivos. untcrs and show casos aro loaded th drugs, medicines, notions, toilet tic co, wines nnd liquors of all sas for medicinal purposes, ur, one la a regular graduate In medl- E. and has had many years of lerlcnce in tho nractlce. Consul- Moca are froo. Prescriptions are 9, and. only regular prices ior H'lno, Dr. Stono can be rouna at dr-JK store. Silem. Or., from 6 , the morning1 until 9 at ulght. Catarrh Cannot Ho Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot roach tho scat of tho dhonBO. Catarrh Is a blood or con stltutlonal disease, and in ordor to euro it you must tako Internal remo dlos. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Intornally, and nctB directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Curo Is not a quack medi cine. It was proscribed by ono of tho boat physicians In" this country for years nnd 1b a rogular proscription It Is composod of tho best tonics known, comblnod with tho bost blood purifiers, acting directly on tho rau cous Burfacos. Tho porfoct combl nation of tho two IngrodlonU Is what prodiucos such wonderful roiulto In curing catarrh. Sond for teslmonlnli freo. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props.,. Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, prlco 75cu stlpatlon. Tnko Hall's Family Pills for con stlpatlon. . . 0 ' Getting Nttir. It's nonrly tlmo, I wish to state; To learn to write It NInotoon qlght. Exchange. -o--- IN ONE C K MANY COLORS LAKOL&T FACILITIES IN THE WEST FOR THE PRODUCTION OF HlfcH GRADE WORK )REGON STATE BANK slferson, Oregon Capital $25,000 Beat facilities known to I. reliable banking offered : oatrons. Tefferson is a I good town, has good I stores. crarA mills, a crood bank, and good people. Come and see us Oregon State Bank J. A. AUPPERLE, President M, J. CAMPBELL, Caifckr IATM AS 10W AS USTIM HSDStt SALEM BRICKYARD A. A. HintTOK. Frop. Brick always on hand, In car lot or otherwise. Pressed brick made to order. Yard on State street, south of pontltontlary. -7-1-tf. PHICHESTER'S PILLS AiiJQkk In srM if iu.ai(.a rmnmv hl-k-Ur- 1'IIU TLa uf kM U Cot Sltet. A)rn kctuu SOLD BY DRUGGISTS OtRTAlie .mi e-rrO.fi Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets Erfwi 0U4a Blta a4 Bi V! K3S Troubk -UHl tn, Ipur SuS TkUCGETS FOR MlUWf PEOPLE Hero's Good Advice o. S. Woolovor. ono of the hast known merchants of Lo Raysvllle, N. Y , snys: "If you ara ever trou bled with nllos. apply Duoklen's (Arnica Salvo. It cured mo of thorn for good 20 years ago." Curos evor. soro, wound, burn or abrasion. 26c at J. C. Perry's drug store. A for hoi- Huhlwml Un to Date. joid Mother Hubbard wont to the cupboard To try to find money, by heck, Rut when she got there, she found, In despair, Thoro was naught but a certified chock. Ohloago Journal. A Heal Wonderland. South Dakota, with Its rich sllvor mlnos, bonanza farms, wide ranges and strango natural formations, t a verltablo wonderland. At Mouad City, In tho homo of Mrs. B. D. clflDn. a wonderful caso of healing has lately o&urrod. Her son seemed near death vrlth lung and tnroax throublo. "Bxbaustlng ooughlng spelU occurrel every Ave minutes," writes Mrs. Olanp. "when I tiegaa 'giving Dr. King's New Discovery, the great medicine, that eavca nis iifa and ooinnletely cured him. Guaranteed for coughs and colds, throat and lung troubles, by J. C. Perry druggist. 50c and 11.00 Trial bottlo free. . o BtantU Djxitaj a voniA. -IU fed Yn HJrt Hn te&i Z&m&&i Weak Little Boys may become fine strong men. Some of the strong men of to day were sickly boys years ago. Many of them received ScotFs Emulsion at their mother's knee. ThU had a power in it that changed them from weak, delicate boys into strong, robust boys. It has the same power to-day. Doys and girls who are pale aid weak get food and energy , out of SCOTTS EMULSION. It makes children grow. 1 t t All Draesktit EOe. and $1.00. NEW RAILWAY OAR. Kntlrcly of Steel nml Having Doors iu tho Sides. A pnssongor conch, which Is now In mnny ways, has JUBt been built for tho Union Pacific road, nnd will probably bo ndopted as n model for tho noxt few years. In tho first place, tho car la much lower thftn ordinary conches, n saving of two foot In holKht havlnc boon effected by omitting tho oxtra Btory In which tho ventilators aro usually put. in tho noxt plnco thoro aro vo3tlblca and doors tu tho sides nnd no stops at tho onds. Tho car Is to entered In tho mlddlo, and tho doora thoro nro wldor tl an thoso In common use. In ordor to onnblo passengers to no from ono car to anothor thoro nro doors In tho onds, but tho nbsenco of stopa nnd vostlblos prevents ontrnnco from outsldo or oxlst. TlreondB of tho car nro rounded, nnd It Is oxpoctcd that that chango will provont telescoping In a col lision. Ab tho wills aro only two inches thicks thoro is a gain of about sovon Inches lri interior Bpnco, nnd this Is added to tho width of tho aisle. Anothor curious chango is in tho form of tho windows. Thoso nro round, not square, nnd whon closed aro expected to bo absolutely uubi proor. When thoy nro oponod thoy swing forwnrd, Instead of sliding. Ono of tho most Important features of tho car Is that It Is built exclu sively of stool. Henco It Is porfoct ly flroproof, nnd It will probably bo stronger than tho woodon conch nnd Inst longor. .Tho new stool conch weighs only 45 tons, nnd tho stand" nrd woodon coach wolghB 42i, Tho dlfforonco Is bo nmnll that very llttlo extra work will bo given to tho loco motlvo In hauling It. In fact, any disadvantage of that sort will prob ably bo moro than offset by lesson ing tho height of tho car, because tho atmospheric resistance Is dimin ished thoroby. Severe Pains "When ti prominf4D.; ncrvo is affected, 'tlio poir is sovero. It is called neu ralgia. It may bo in eith er tho head or body. 'Re lief comes onlv when this, nerve trouble is overcome. By its soothing and strengthening influence npon tho nervous system Dr. Miles' Nov vino re moves the cause. "It wnn about two years oro tnnt wna token flown with yvlmt tho Uoe torn claimed woo nfiurnljtltv. ana ptn calloU It llKlitnliiit rheumatism. Sharp, pains would ko, from ono wlacnlo an other, mostly In my, hraO. " would Inst twowthw dny fcrfor I could get relief. DurmR thej ': T wniii.1 tut an tirvnim that I WrlJ knew wlmt I wai tlolntf. The Tf were o eevero nna oxiniUBUnB,1 my hushami wouia imve.io whan wnlklnr Rcrowi tho room. wouM liave fover, nd my heart ww palpitate, ana in a y or iwo feel bettor. Junt as mob Ml alpltate, and In a 0y or two I we: expoae myself the very least I aura in hnvn a. Knell 6i nCUralfnA. X have taken lots of doctor'a.medlcfcvev but X mljcht jurtM welt $ Mr aunt kent wrlllnr me To "t try T3i. Mllea' Nervine, and I am thaBjc ful that I waa erua4ed to do ao. tee the Nerrlaa haa ourefl me has drirea It out c y ayalem.' .. MUM. IT. O. UTXOK. 11S3 Savannah a.. St. Jeph. MC Dr. Mll' Nervine ta eW ' rfruMUt, whe will auaranHe that th nrttbeUle will benefit. If It falle, ha will refund your money. . Mllea Mtdical Co., Elklmrt, Ind ." OUR CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT! I . ----a.a.a. M . a a . . . H 1 I 1 I K I 1 I I 1 I H F0 AJM. i?o?To-,oTriCmIyTc FlemlnR rosiuonco, on uonior nnu CottnBe strcots; will bo sold chonp If bought Insldo of 30 dnys. Enqnlro of owner, Conrt nnd Win tor strcots. 12-10-3t tf For Sale Two miles west of Liber ty, on Prospect rona, loo acros in 40-acro tracts, wood ana wnir. Finest prnno land in OrcRon, only 30 per aero. Easy tormo. Bnlem Land Co., 484 Court Btroot, Satom 1 3-0-1 wk For Sale Good Red Poll nud Jorsoy cow, will bo fresh soon. Puro bred Jomoy bull, 10 months old. Two Angora goats. Whlto P. Hock and . Black Minorca cockrols. Puro bred BorKshlro pigs.. T. H. Dluu- doll, Mornlngsldo, Bnlom. mono 1372 Main. 12-7-lw Ax UlUy 320 N. Commdrclal Btroot. Has a buyor for housohold good, if you hnvo anything In that lino to soil for cash. Call at onco. 11-2 5-1 mo For Sale A Columbia dlso grnpho- phono ($3G nmchlno), and 25 records; good assortment. Twon-ty-ono 10-inch nnd four 11-lnch slzo. Prlco 25. 11-27-dw-tf For Sole Ono-yonr-old "Mammoth" blnckborry pinniB. ion t nploco, or $1 por dozon. Addrois Box 415, Bnlem, Or. 10-24-tf Fr Bnltv A now Edison Home Phonograph 100 outfit for $40. Apply to W. H. 8wlro, West Ba lorn. 10-12-tf For K4tlc 130 noros of nrst-olas land, all lovol, adjoining a good B P. It. II. town, ono-thlrd in cultl vatlon, balanco pasturo and tim ber. Will tak a email property In Salem In trndo. Address "II.," caro of Journal. 122-13-lwk For finlc Black walnuts, 5 conts . .por pound. Call at 053 North Win tor street. Tolopbono 087. 122-13-3t . AnSOELTiANEOTJS. orci jjiittibcr nnu mici t;o. -ljum-bor .shingles, building matorlal, wood and coal. Low prices and prompt dollvorlos. Ono block oast of S. P. passongtr dopot. Phono 108. 7-2-tf llutto & Wcnucroth Flno wlnos, liquors and cigars. Wo handlo tho colobratod Kollog gnnd Castle whiskies. Cool and rofroshlng boor constantly oi draught. Bouth Commorclal stfeot. 9-3-lyr KnlarRCd ' Our moat markot on East State stroet has boon doubled In slzo aad wo aro bottor proparod than ever .o sorro customers. Prompt sortlco and tho bost of meats our motto. Call or phono 109. B. E. Edwards, Prop Wo Aro Cash Purcluuwjrfl Of poul try, eBgs, nnd all kinds of farm produce Berry crates mads up In jDllmltcd lunntltloi. Capital Commission Co., 207 Bouth Com uorctal itroot, Bnlom Phono Main 170. LODGES. iirnfiitcrs Union o. 1065 Local Union No. 1005 of Carpontcra Jolrors of America moot ovwrz Saturday ovbnlnu at 7;36 p. m. m Honrot hall, 420 Btato BU A. W. Donnls, Itoc. Beo. Foresters of AittariCA Court Ifcw wood Forosters, No. 18, KMto Wodnonday In Hurst ball, itaW slroot, Le Abbe, O. ft.; J. CI. Perry, financial secretary. Central Lodge No. 18, X. el lr- Castle Hall In Ilolmaa block, eet ner State aad Liberty etreetu Tuesday of each wetik a4 7:M w m. Oscar JoknsoB, O. C; X. VU. Anderson, K. of R, and 8, aa-aiaaa-aaaaaaaa-aaaaM maaa ana J mwmmmmmmmmmm9mmr Modvra Woo4m of Amwk Ore gon Codar Camp No. 5240, Meets ovory Thursday evening al o'clock In Holman hull. W. W. Hill, V. 0, 5. A, Turner, cleric Employment ARt'iicy -If you want help of any kind or want a placo to work, no matter what you wnnf, mako your wntB known by rogUtorlng at my ofllco. Alio havo ronl ostato of ovory descrip tion, r.nd coll at bodrook prices and-torms. Firo and accident pol lolos. Notary work of nil kind. Satisfaction guaranteed. Ofllco, Orango Hall, cornor of Commer cial nnd Contor ut roots. Phonos 337 and Farmers 103. It. R. Ry nn. 11-30-tf WAXTJEI). Tenmti Wanted.- Apply to Paoulc Btatos Tel and Tel. Co.'s ofllco. 12-W-3t. For Ba1i Good house and barn, now, 25 acres all under cultivation berries, prunes and all kinds of fruit, five mllea from Salem, $3500 This includes 6 cows, 2 horses.har nesB, 1 hoavy wagon, spring wagon 200 ahlckom and other farming necessities. Knqulro 403 Btato Bfeet. 0-23-tf For Sale or Trad A flno oornor lot 00x160, on Court street, aiso 6 34 aores of good land, foncod, 3 miles south. Prlco on this traot $700. Latham Land Companj Over Portland General Electric. 12-0-tf Gkm1 Invrstiiieiit Choice city bond. Intorest semi-annually, uui cage and a tatlsfaotory Investment to anyone. Address J., caro Journal offlco. 12.10-61 For Bale Two choice building lota at low prlco. New Biauwam excellent sower connections. Easy terms to right party. A. P Ilofer, Salem. Or. 1Z-IW For Bale Ono 7-yoar.old borso and One Set OI luuuuim, uuu - od buggy. Call two blocks north ol cemetery. Mrs. O. Eberth. 1 -Ufc FOR RKNT" To Iteat Flvo room flat, over rax rlnjtoa Vaa Fatton'a market. Inquire of Steur at lier&r. 118 South Liberty iitreet, -34-tt TITUMilKllH. Thoo. M. Harr Plumbing, hot water nnd etonrn heating and UnnlB. 164 Commorclal strout. PhoM Main 102. 9-1-lrr M. J. Petzel Plumbing, steam n gas fitting. BuccoBior to Knox A Murpby, 226 Commercial street, 'Prono Main 17. Wanted Frossmnn, Apply to Jour nal office. Wanted. Managor for branch ottlco wo wish to locaiu uuru iu oniom. AddroBS, with roferoncos, Tho Morris Wholesalo House, Clnoln natl, Ohio. 12-0-lm WantciJ Chnmbormald at Willam ette Hotel. 12-10-3t WnutMl A cook and a girl to do general housework. Apply at 1030 Chomekota streot. Phono 1280. 12-11-lwk hash an ion FAoronijto. Frank M. Uroun. Manufacturer of sash, doors, mouldings. All kindi of houso finish and hard wood work. Front street, between State and Court. Mako all complaints at the office. I ii imi I j niaiaamMaBja I imjj jjaaaaaaaamiaai MaflDtflfflAaWFAaCHFEMILE UUUJlUMUUMtPiL.1-. L-- . ' r i "jiiix, iwiu Run, fcilinuMUiXiuiunu. mn KMOaral TC fUt. 8. - m,i Mr,, i fro iUuihu V.iHMOtuuMMUw4l.i k, UM Hut ;m w4m, i Mm UNIT(OMC0ICLCO,.aoar4.Uie4TCn.r. Sold In Sakm by Dr. 5. C St om SALEM WATER COMPANY OFFICII CUT HALL. For wftter eerrlee apply at oMee, Bllle payskU MMtkljr Is aiie. Woodmen of World Moot every Frt day night at 7:30, in Holman hat!, L. E. Pounoll, O. C; P. L. Fra ir, Clerk. Llnooln Annuity Union. -Sick, aeet- dont nnd pension Inatiranco; 3, 000,000 plodtfrd; every claim J4 Good ogentd wanted, J, II; O. Mongomory, auprome organiser, Box432 Salem, Oregon. II. It Ryan, gacrotary, 546 Btato street, LIVIJHY AND FEED HTAIJLWH. Livury wm KisI Htnlli:n0d Ptwt offlco Stables, at 254 Ferry street, between Commorclal nnd Front streets. Tolopbono 188, Borne ef tho finest llvorles In the city east be found hero. Dick Westacott, proprietor. 10-1-lyr PIlOirJCBHfONAIi, surgeon. Tolephono 307 Mala. Offices, 640 Btato street, opposite court house, Balom, Or. Residence) Phone 318 Main, 8-13- lmo e nvrxuiixuT imnAD, It Is worth more thau asy etket bread, yet tho price is no kd-ffcer. For sale at your rrocer'e. OALIFOKNIA UAKMRT. Thomas A Cooler, lProiw DRAYACKN. MWW'WaSlMaWaV Cummins Ilro.' TraHsfr Cvh)fmiv- All kinds of transfer work Furniture and pianos boxei r' for shipment. Trompt service, to our motto, Stand and oee 4, 253 Bouth Commercial etr. Phone 210, Residence Fkoe Mt. THE AVENUE Creams, ices, cigarj and com ft o lona, Cornor of Seveuteeatk ane) Asylum avenue. N. u, Usr, pro prletor.