DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, DEOEMHER 1H, J X7
AS SUCCESSFUL EAST
AS IN THE WEST
Cooper's Theories Are Being Rapidly Accepted by
L. T. Cooper, whoso theory that
the human stomach Is the cause of
most 11 health, and who created a
furor In Chicago, St. Loula and oth
er Western cities, la mooting with
the same remarkable success with
his medicine throughout the East.
Cooper has convinced an Immense
number of people that his theory
sound and his medicine will do what
Perhaps tho most Interesting foa
iiures of tho discussion this young,
man 1b causing are tho statements
mado by responsible peoplo who have
taken his medicines and have bu
como enthusiastic converts to his be
Among statements of this charac
ter tho following by Mr. August
Witmer, 101 a Rockwell Court, Chi
cago, is charaoterlBtic of tho wide
spread faith In Cooper, which has
grown up In a comparatively Bhort
tlino. Mr. Wlttmer says: "I would
not tako $1000 and bo In tho condi
tion I wns three weeks ago. I was
practically an invalid for 14 years
and think I had about all of tho dis
eases known, My stomach was weak,
and at times I would' havo an onor
mous appetite, and -then again none
at all. Pie and cake mado me sick,
and I almost always had a sickening
feeling In my stomach. I wob ner
vous, and for weeks at a tlmo could
not sleep, and then could sleep 18
hours at a Btretch. Sleep, however,
scorned to do mo no good, and I
would awake tirod and more exhaust
ed than when I wont to bed,
"I was constipated, had pains in
my back, and Huttdrlngs and pains
In my heart. I was unable- to work
with any regularity, and took no in
terest in anything. I tried all kinds
of medicines and doctors, but none
benefitted mo. I had no enorgy-and
no ambition, and had about conclud
ed to glvo up when tho Cooper medi-
cino was recommended. Thanks to
It, my health seemed complotoly re
stored and I feel llko a now man."
Cooper medicines havo created tho
greatest sensation of anything of tho
kind over boforo Introduced.
Wo sell them, and will bo glad to
explain tho nnturo of thorn to our
callers. .T. C. Perry.
Tho Navy Department, of Today.
George Washington was the veal
father of tho now Navy. There wero
other patriotic advocates of a fight
ing fleet, but to his voice more thnn
to that of any othor did the countrty
listen. Tho new Republic, under tho
protection of Its navigation laws, wns
then building up a largo and pros
porous merchant mnrlno, and In an
address before both liouses on' De
cember 7, 170G, President Washing
ton urged that "to an activo oxtcrnul
commorco tho protection of a naval
This ofllco Is in recolpt of a finan
cial articlo from tho pen of Aldor
mnn George B. Jacob, which Is one
of the most clear, lucid and unain
blgloua expositions, of high finance It
has over fallen to our lot to purer.io.
But, unfortunately, it was written
boforo tho bank holidays woro de
clared off, and would not bo upropoa
to tho present situation. Mr. Jacob'forco la indisponslblo."
naa been a successful man in nis own
affairs, and his services liave been
highly appreciated by the better class
of men in tho city council. The ma
chine politicians hnd to work under
cover whenover thoy wanted to put
matters through that thoy wanted to
havo cscapo attention. Wo are Borry
Mr. Jacob is going out of tho pub
No one need bo surprised If the
foundations are laid' for some more
crooked work In tho public land.
also In words whose vigor matched
the language of our present Presi
dent that "to secure respect to a
neutral flag requires a naval force,
organized 'nnd ready to vindicate It
from insult or nggrosslon." Tho first
Secretary of the Navy took his scat
in tho Cabinet of President Adams
on April 30,1798, and at almost tho
same time a regular marine corps
was estatbllshcd. Out of the neglect
of tho JofforBon regime tho Navy
Department lived to win Imperlsh-
'ablo clorv In tho wnr of 1812. and
But dear old Oregon haB stood so' tnc,0 Mmn ,t 1mq h0nn nt1 .., ,,
White as Christmas Snow
Aro tiio shirts that como Irom tho
Salem Steam Laundry. Tho finish 1b
faultless, tho work is perfect In ev
ery dotal!. A slnglo trial will con
vlnco you of this oxporlonco will
show you that this porfcctlon 1b
steadily maintained. Satisfaction
SALEM LAUNDRY CO.
130-1G0 Liberty St.
hiobt' r rsS-Swii.r
THE REST IIOABT THE
FAMILY EVER HAD
Can bo obtained Trom our prime
tender and juicy boot,' mutton or
pork. All our meats aro eolectod
from tho cholcoat, and propared fa?
the table to suit the domanda of the
fastidious. Our prices are lower foi
quality than you can And at an)
placo in Salem,
E, C. CROSS,
rtiono JlOl, B70 Stat St
m Va BPira m m$k wmrm3iMm
PMC"" ' i'XtflHr"WPlwFTM
H IN ONL CM n,.NY COLORS jjffi)
M LARC I-.S :' FACILITIES Hi
M IN ntii WEST FOR HI
Tim PRODUCTION OP H
hioh o::ade workH
m bates as iqw as eastirh hodsis h
Salem Fence Works
Headquarters for Woven Wire
Netting, Pickets, Gates, Maithold
Rooting, P. & B. Ready Roofing
AH at lowest prices.
250 CourflSt Salem, Ore.
S JOHN HUGHES CO.
For All Kinds of
PRICES THE LOWEST.
much, wo enn put up with ri. lltlla
moro. Llko a gront big, woll-fattened
ox, tho sting of n multltudo of para
sites Is not much felt, nnd the nnl
mal, with a few lashes of his tall,
goes on peacefully grazing and grow
ing bigger nnd fatter. A complete
list of tho political prominences of
tho pnet and somo of tho prcaont
would rovoal a catalog of crowbaltn
that would cause good old Abo Lin
coln to rnttlo his dry bones and Btart
tho mortar iu tho Joints of his tomb,
nnd, as for George Washington, he
would say "glvo me my hatchot for
just n fow minutos, whilo I try to
trim wit tho gumoid chorry troes In
DOING Til Hill HUTS.
Scores of Salem Heuilei'N Are- Loam
lug tlio Duty of tliu Kidneys.
OUR DELIVERY SERVICER
Is as prompt as our grocorlos aro
good and that is saying inuoh. Wo
shall be glud .to mako delivery to
you whothor your ordor bo small or
largo. If you naod anything In a
hurry don't hosltato to lot us know
and wo'jl suml the groceries. They'll
bo just as good as if you selected
thorn in person, too. Wo handle only
standard qualities so thero will bo
no danger of your gotting Inferior
groceries no matter how you ordor.
A. A. ENGLEBART,
A. A. BURTON. Prop.
Brick always on hand, in car Ion
or otherwise, Prossod brick made
to order. Yard on State stroot,-south
of pentltontlary. -7-1-tf.
Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets
A Buy MuUoIbs fsr Bwy People.
Briogt QolJcn UwUh taul PmwU Vigor.
A s vnflo forCoiiKtlpatlrtu, In i tHCfoii r fv
an I Hi tnt'V Trmhle.-., HmpK K cm i, Ci:iir
nl ..' l(..l It fu!i, Sliik'irli llo' .n, li 'niftub-
i 1 1 i.-u i lie li s li.nM v Mimi.i Lis Tm in tb
i f iim ii'- .. x I. ii li- ii.iis.le b
(I' l . (' .' i V, ' I ' I s.
f'tlK XN0WN TO fAlt. 8.fti 8r.i 8ijti
-- "Y wi isioioa mu, w M Mid (w
wc wiuiit uo4 M fm
T4. (JHnAinfrn D W
fcn j uwtn k4 ra 9tHfi to tt
SoW in Sulem by Dr. S, C Stone
Vrv jiitaiwi uui,iu
To 111 tar tho blood Is tho kidneys'
When thoy fnll to do this the kid
neys aro sick.
Backache and many kldnoy ills fol
low; Urinary troubles, dlabotos.
Doan's Kldnoy Pills cure thorn nil.
Salem peoplo ondorso on claim. '
F A. Sutton, of 11 2C Wnlltor St.,
Salem, Or., says: "For ton or 12
years, rhoumatlsm nnd kidnny
troublo wub tho scourge of my lh'o,
and two or throo times I was down
on my back on account of tho pain
bolng bo severe. I could hardly movo,
owing to tho lameness and had to
loavo my farm and como into tho
city to doctor for tho troublo, but
nothing seomod to bring mo moro
than tomporary relief. I was In bad
shapo JUBt boforo I wont to Dr.
Stono's drug storo and procured
Doan's Kldnoy PIIIb, My limbs would
scarcoly support mo, and I could only
got around nt tlmos with tho gront
ost diniculty. Doan's Kldnoy Pills
bonofltod mo nt onco, and whon I
had used throo boxoa of thorn I wa3
absolutely froo from ovory symptom
of my old troublo, nnd my hoalth was
hotter than it had boon for 14 year,
I can conscientiously say that Doan's
Kldnoy Pills aro tho host romody of
the kind I over usod or know of."
For sale by all druggists. Price BO
conts. Fostor-Mllbum Co., Rpffalo,
Now York, solo agonts for tho Unl
Romombor tho namo Doan's
and tako no othor.
honored right arm of tho United
States. Very different In organiza
tion, authority and Importance from
tho yoking dopnrtmont ruling ovr
half a dozen frigates In 1798 Is tho
present department, with 300 ves
sels of all classes and moro thnn 40,
000 ofllccrs and men under its con
trol, which is about to signnllzo tho
prosont naval prowoss of tho Re
public by swinging a mighty (loot of
sixteen armored ships of tho lnc
from tho North Atlnntic to the North
Pacific ocean. In shcor fighting
strongth tho Uuitod States Navy at
tho prosont moment Is the second in
tho world, so swiftly and skillfully
has there beon carried forward tho
work of rehabilitation and Increase
following tho strango, tomporary
stagnation of 1870-1832. Only tho
Uritlsh Admiralty now wollds a son
powor -surpassing that at tho dispo
sal of the Socrotary and Asslstnut
Secrotary of tho Navy In Washing
ton. From MTho Navy Department
and Its Work," by Wlnthrop Ij, Mar
vin In Rovlow of Roviows.
Pl'il M II
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Apcrfcct Remedy for CtawlW
non , aour branucii.uiarnm
ncssaiulLossoPSLEEP. facsimile Signalureof
V$b Guaranteed undrrtii')lnr
Exact Copy of Wrapper,
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SOLD BV DRUGGISTS CV'ERER' Salem.
Artlol&t of Incorporation Iliad In
tho ofllco of -the soorotary of stats
Docomhor 10, 1907, as follews:
Tillamook Land nnd Investment
company. Principal omca, TlHu
mook, Oregon; capital atock, $5000;
Incorporators, B. O. Snuffor, LUlah
Snuffor and William Curtis,
Zapf Furniture and Hardwaro
company. Principal offlce, Astoria,
Orogon; capital took, $10,000; In
corporators, II. II. Znpf, John O.
Halborg, Morton Nelson nnd James
Portland-Wyoming Oil company.
Prinolpal ofllco, Portland, Orogon;
capital atook, $150,000; Incorpora
tors, Joseph M. Hoaly, Clark Tnbar
and J. II. HlUUrd.
Flanagan & Bennett Bank of
Myrtle Point. Prinolpal oflloe, Myr
tle Point, Orogon; capital atock,
$25,000; incorporators, J, w. Ben
nett, Jas. II. Flanagan and L. M.
Havo You Piles?
Dr. Leonhardt'a Hem-Rold is an
Internal Remedy that entirely re
movos the cause of Piles, and cures
to stay cured any case no matter
how long standing.
If you have Piles and Dr. Leon
hardt'a Hem-Rold will not cure you.
you got your money back.
A thousand dollar guarantee goea
with every bottle Yf Hem-Rold sold.
ir yon want a perfect and porma-
neut cure, ask for Dr. Leonhardt'a
Hem-Rold, the guaranteed Remedy.
All druggists, $1.00, or Dr. Leon
hardt Co., Niagara Falls, N, Y Pro
prietors, Sold by Dr, S. O. Stone,
A Real Wonderland.
South Dakota, with Its rich sllvor
mtnos, bonanza farms, wido ranges
and strango natural formations, Id a
vorltnblo wondorland. At Mound
City, in tho homo of Mrs. E. D.
Clnpp, a wondorful enso of healing
has latoly occurred. Her oon scomol
near death with lung nnd throat
throublo. "Exhausting coughlug
spells occurrd ovory flvo minutes,"
writes Mrs, Clnpp, "when I begaa
giving Dr. King's Now DiBcovory,
tho great modlclno, that saved his
lifo and complotoly cured him.
Guaranteed for coughs and coldii,
throat and lung troubles, by J. C.
Perry drugglot. 50c and $1.00
Trial bottlo freo.
.THE PRESENT IS AS GOOD A
TIME AS ANY TO TEST THE MER.
ITS OF EPPLEY'S PERFECTION
IT IS PUT UP IN GLASS JARd,
MANUFACTURED RIGHT HERE
IN SALEM, AND SOLD BY ALL
LEADING GROCERS AND DEAL.
ERS. ITS USE MILL INSURE
Two good houses in suburb of Salem, ico orchrd;
ST znciA liiinlnnan n nilnnilM lilnnlrRmilH nnri wnvnn tirA nkJ.
C7" w .-..- .. fcf.VMM.M w.t.VUV....M MM ",, ..II ,W Vf!
with u goQd bUBlnoss In full -unning order at the prftdtte
Tho shop building Is a strong frarno building with coacrtuMt
tlon and heavy framo well finished, and would bo Ant c!n In
storo building, or warohouso sr factory, or good bat!uAri
within ono block of tho new layod out railroad. One dJurf
benutlful homes and business ocatlons In Salem. Wllllktfc
chango as part paymont a good small farm. Will Blreta
and low Intorost for part. Farm to bo la Willamette nfc
Salem or Portland. '
Address correspondent to
DERBY & WILLSON or GEO. B. JACOBS,
Salem, Ore. R. F. D. 8, S1,C
and Reliable Horses
You always got at Yannko's. We
can glvo you any kind of a vehicle
that you desire and a horse to hltrb
to it that is goutlo la harness
O..W. YANNKE, Prop.
181-1S7 tf. High St. Phono Main U
will amwum em am My mmmmttnm
WONDERFUL CHINESE DOCTOR
Will treat you with Oriental herhs
and cure any disease without opera
tlon or pain.
Dr. Kum Is known everywhere in
Salem, and has cured many promi
nent people here. He baa lived In
Salem for 20 years, and can bo trust
ed. Ho use3 many medicines un
known to white doctors, and with
them can cure catarrh, asthma,
lung troubles, rebumatism, stomach,
liver and kidney diseases.
Dr. Kum makes a specialty of
dropsy and female troubles. His rem
edles cure private disease when cv
erythlng else falls. He has nun
dreds of testimonials, and gives con
sultation tree. Prices for medicine
very moderate. Persons in the coun
try can write for blank. j3end stamp.
If yon want some extra fine tea,
get It from us.
DR. KUM BOW WO CO,
17 SoatU Hitfb, street, Salem, Oregon
C A L IFORNIA
w nni.P. TENNIS, BOAT N
inuuw, uin4nu 4.. -
RATE, SALEM TO LOS ANGBLES
other Cities a '
Correspondingly Lov RaUs to
via the famous
Shasta Roiite-Soiiflierit Pacific Cmf"!
KNOWN A3 ?
"The Road of a Tlioiisad
. ......, evicts, descrlptlte !""
For beautiruiiy uww" - " .. ' PaCifi8 ww
i -nri., TTocrt.? call on boutnera s"
IUI IMUIV. .-w -,
f-n i i i-fru nun
I ! CLARK'S CANDY IHTCnEN. ; ;
:: iure and fancy candles a ..
; ; specialty. Will teach the trade . ,
' and anyone wishing to leara ;;
i ! to make candles will do well . .
-nil of nnn Terms rea- .
: W. W. CLARK
:; 418 North Commercial sreet. I
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