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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. 8ALKM, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 0, 1008.
3 tf BEHALF OPTAFT ...u Times ja " w0rk and of n of Tuesday kind ffm . "..,-4 tn bo most ef- M:: the members ot te""' .,.. ,nrnl COD!- iW'rn-V floral uJ,Mwir;r . n.. in iQia diw Xldacy for the presidential Eton of William h. . VnM-io obtain a pledge of Lfcom the Republican state ittrtcf wasniBB """"-- nftjc property - - . .i , nast few days .gaUTB --"I" "Ml In.. ' . .,i nnlltlelans nt J5B PO-uJ iftOD. .jrti letters sent to a mem- m Republican state connnlt frftlb rtale came direct from 1 2 Vw , l.- I .Knit Lfiiie Honse, tnougn um .. ulrfunotsigneu oy me i. r If the lettc had borne rtMturwf Theodore Roosevelt d tot nave put To i-ibiu u-it n nnrtluitl nf .itfi'TW I lKin-as " ,.... Esiis Hi public and seml-publlc M. .Mtbit the Taft manngers m kite worked early and late rWuhliigton publicly In linn, Ute Republican state central est tot Wliiiam ji. i nu ims itticlooJ by politicians for ,tef but what has puzzled jujrrca amuied them is tho tbt'ts pressure now comes jTist.3gon and from sources rtptlp President This proa- LkisdM to brlnK about nn jjarttj bv the state commlttoo itJt'iTaftquPStlon. llbOMTtlt Is Informed of Itnrt tx the Taft men at Wash- iud a Ohio Is readily to bo ml ur poltlclans, and these fstnrprited that both tho Unl fhlttnurshals of this stnto as !uicJorlt)-f th fir deputies ItjeureJ for Taft. .' oJclil pressure has boon itobear on the marshals nnd rattles to work for tho early xEtttcf Taft by the Ro,)ubll- kptrorginlzaton of this stnto Mike fact wou'd be difficult of sent This U nolnted out latecini who know tho devious icf the Taft organization at trjsa and In Ohio. w, no order has been Issued ilullngtoa prohibiting fedoral Mtn ta this state from par te the ante-convention : Taft This j why those tiiliss nation whose coin mi t .tiiijMd by the President 'utaituer In working opon- irer Stipulation. When n rosy-cheeked, good-nntur-ed Irish girl, fresh from tho other side, recently sought employment in tho servlco of a Germnntown woman, tho latter began anxiously to inter rogate tho girl as to her" qualifica tions. "Can yofj cook, Nora?" asked the lady, most earnestly. "Are you a good cook?" "Yes, mum, I t'ink bo,' responded tho girl, naively, "If yp'll not try to help me." Harper's Weekly. O ' 3100 Reward $100. The readers of this paper will bo pleased to learn that there; la at least ono dreaded disease that science has been able to euro In all Its triages, and that Is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Curo Is tho only positive curo now known to tho medical fraternity. Catafrh being n constitutional disease, re quires a constitutional treatment. Half's Catarrh Curo Is taken Internal ly, acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system, thereby destroying the foundation of tho disease, iind giving tho patient strength by building up the constitu tion and assisting nature In doing its work. Tho proprietors havo so much faith 1n Its curative powers thnt they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to cure. Sond for list of testimonials. Address P. J. Cheney & Co., Tole do, 0. Sold by all druggists, 75c. Tako Hall's Family Pills for con tipatIo;i. O ' Tho Folnt In tho Cane. Complaining Wife My husband Is thnt sort of a man thnt is always koeplng my noto to tho grindstone. Unfoollng Acqunlntnnco Ah! That accounts for It being bo sharp. Daltlmoro American. o &EADY TAILORED CLOTHES FOR WELL DRESSED . MEN. m , MSsirA VUIVKJW c I II ' II UW,ry price: range: 2Q TO $40 SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO. TJiuo Card No. 03 Effective Snndnj December 20tl, 12.01 A. M. Toward Portland Passenger. No. 16. 5:53 A. M. Oregon Express No. 18. 8:40 A. M. Cottago Drove Passenger. No. 12. 2:45 P. M. Roseburg Pas senger. No. 3 4.-9:13 P. M. Portland Ex press. Toward Portland Freight. No. 2225:00 P. M. Portland Fast Frolght. , No. 22C 10:40 a. ru., way frolght arrives. No. 22011:28 n. m., way freight departs. Toward San Francisco Passenger. No. 11. 11.03 A. M. Roseburg Pas- songor. No. 17. G:45 P. M. Cottago Grove Passongor. No. 15. 9:5C P. M. California Ex press. No. 13. 2:01 A. M. San Francisco Express. i Toward Snn Francisco Freight. No. 221. 2:43 A. M. Portland Fast Freight. No. 22511:28 A. M. Way-Freight riHUfht. for a Taft endorse. ' 1 6T the Rennhllrnn cn 1 "4 the Republican da!. 'a.vb will choose dolocafM 'ilea convention. COFFEE steak and ' coffee are better 1Biing coffee and Wsteak. Con- !5t fr!1,e,fm ., l Shan. Bw you bav. all tt 'aMMPa . " w i ttrwadrl" HiCl'y Journal. Favorite. "rtfcrhood favoriu here v .'rTP' be a favor . it ., . . ... . " 4 - 4-"c reuer ' fc.-. " a:nt' kWapi Qia'niii.... u . " lon' "wvowa- -fceoJT Ml Ability. .t j:: ."' ,aorou' 'sou ,' rn alUr- UIUtl., -..: . K ,., .,7 wnh aecl- lwiT " Hbl s , . lrtoi.. ? a hU . lNrW York Saa. Lt ,. eu wTs!! r Uklll5 Bal- lnw. " 1100. Tim Jumpiiig OH Place. "Consumption had mo In Its grasp; and I had almost reached tho Jump ing off placo when I was advised to try Dr. King's Now Discovery; and I want to any right now, it saved my life. Improvement began with tho first bottle, and after 'taking ono dozen bottles I was a woll and hap py man again," Bays George Mooro, of Grimesland, N. C. As a remedy for coughs and colds and healor of woak, Boro lungs and for preventing pneumonia Now Discovery Is su preme. 50c and $1.00 nt J. C. Perry, druggist. Trial bottle frco. O ' Quito Appropriate. Mrs. Critique I don't think It Is very appropriate for you' to wear a wino-colorod silk dress to the W. C. T. U. mooting. Mrs. Wise Oh I it's wntorod silk, you know. Syracuse Horald. !,: NeRlected Colds Threatens Life. (Prom tho Chicago Tribune.) " 'Don't triflo with a cold,' Is good advlco for prudont men and women. It may bo vital In tho enso ot a child. Proper food, good ventilation, and dry, warm clothing aro tho proper safeguards against colds. If they aro maintained through tho change able wonthor of autumn, wlntor and spring, tho chancos of a surprise from ordinary colds will bo slight. But tho ordinary light coldB will become sovoro If noglected, and a woll es tablished ripe cold Is to tho germs of dlphthoria what honoy is to tho bee. Tho greatest menace to child lifo at this season of tho yonr is the neglected cold." Whether It Is a child or adukt, the cold slight or se voro, tho vory best treatment that oan bo adopted Is to glvo Chambor laln'a Cough Remedy, It Is safe and sure. Tho great popularity and lm monso salo of this preparation has bean attained by Its remarkable cures of this ailment, A cold nevor results In pneumonia whon It Is giv en. For sale at Dr. Stone's drug store. TIMR TAIsTjK CORVAjjLIS & EASTERN R. R. Trnlits from and to Yaqiilnn. No. 1 Arrives at Corvallla ...,11:00 a.m. Arrive, nt Albany 5:55 p.m. Loaves Ynqulnn C:45n. m. Arrives nt Albany 11:58 a.m. No. 2 Loavo. Albany 12:35 p.m. Arrives at Yaqulna .... G:15p.ra. Trains to and from Detroit. Loavoo Corvallls 1:10 p.m. . Na. 3 Loaves Albany 7:30 a.m. A. M. 0:00, a7:05, 8:05, 10,05. No. 4 Lca.'os Dotrojt 1:00p.m. follows, commencing Jan. 10, 1908' Trains for Corvallls. No. 8 Leaves Albany 7:55 a.m. Arrives at Corvallls .... 8;35 a. m. No. 10. Lcavo3 Albany 3:55 p.m. Arrives nt Corvallls ... 4:35p.m. No. C Loavos Albany .,,...,. 7 : 4 5 p. m. Arrivos nt Corvallls .... 8:25 p. tn. Trains for Albany. No. 5 Loaves Corvallls C:30a.m. Arrives ntx Albany 7:10 a.m. No. 9' Loavos Corvallla Arrlvo3 at Albany No. 7 Loavos Corvallls . Arrives at Albany No. 11 (Sunday only) Loaves Corvalllu .'.'. . . .11:15 a. ro. Arrives at Albany 11:58 a.m. No. 12 (Sundayonly) Leaves Albany , ,12:35 p.m. j Arrlvas at Corvallls .... l:18'p, rn, For further Information apply to WM. McMURRAY, Gen. Pass, Agt,, Portland, Oregon. Jno. M. Scott, Asst. G. P. A. IRELAND INVESTMENT CO. Wednesday, January 29, 1908 Will open for business at 135 South Commercial street, next door to T. S. Townsond Creamery, tho room having been thoroughly overhauled ind equipped for tho business. Wo will handle all classes of arm and city property, timber lands, Btock ranches, mining properties and Eastern Oregon wheat lands for salo or ex change,. Wo ask you to call and see us and colicit tho listing of your property for quick sale, believing that no ono can Bcrvo you so woll. Wo have connections nt Port land, Spokane and many East ern Oregon and Washington points that are already send ing us many inquiries for prop erty In this vicinity. Mr. H. S. PoiBal, well-known to you by his splendid work nax iccretnry of the Salem Board of Trade, will bo our city representative. JAMES IRELAND, Manager Olllce Phono Maine 3:tl. Ilcslripuro Phone tt(H. MMtjtJMHHMMMMHH H mi im i ii n ii i ii i una tea t t a a 2:15 p.m. 2:55 p. m. 0:00 p.m. C:40 p. m. The X White House Restaurant 4 For n Regulnr i 25c Dinner at 20c They can't bo beat McGilchrist & Son Proprietors. IHIHIIIIIHMHHHIHH t-a)aaee)ge)t8)tgaa) 830 COURT STREET. Z Call and try tkara. Heli 2 15c. Board por week J'J.75, also furnished rocma very reaaonablo. AT THB Salem Restaurant MEALS 15c ! uaaia)mtj(iwaitf8tj i 1 1 I I 1 1 I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I H I I 1 1 1 1 :; ELITE HOTEL Restaurant" and hotel, on ! ', European plan. Meals' at all ; ; hours on short ordor, Rogular dinner 25 cents. Thirty now '. '. ly finished furnished rooms. .: E. ECKERLE.V, Prop. ' 148 Commercial St. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 jiiii f itt tH(jnntiiiiiiantf3H.ii;tiaiwi THE CLASSIFIED hlhMrH-IH- FOX BAUB For Sale A fine homo. Nlco big, 8 rqom house and good barn. All as good ns new; one largo corner lot. Two blocks from car line. Price $1350, $450 cash, balance on enuy terms. Address or call at 290 South 21st street. Phono 471. 1-31-lwk For Sale 34 acres adjoining state fair grounds', 10 acres cast and 24 acres west of tho fair grounds road Can bo sold separately or lu bulk. Good Improvements and all kinds of fruits. A bargain for tho right party. Cnll on S. S. Colo, 570 Lib erty street, Salem. 1-18-lm Wood For Sale -Dry cord wood; first, and somo'Becond, growth fir. All orders delivered. Prices rea bonably. L. M. Van Clcavo at Fairgrounds Wood Yard. Phone Main 1497. 1-lC-lmo For Sale On easy terms, if Bold soon, tho R. B. Fleming residonco, on Center and Cottage. Enquiro of owner for terms and prices. 1-8 -tf Peach Seed for Sale! Wo will havo n carload, of California seedling peach seed for sale at Salem, and would contrnct with purchasers to grow us prunes and poachOB for fall dollvory. 1909. For Informa tion address Chlco Nursory Co., Chlco, California. 1-27-tf For Sale in Mason county, Wash ington, two lotB In Dotrolt No. 2, on the line of tho contomplntod ra'lroad from Port Townsond to Olympln, nonr Hood's onnnl; many Improvements mndo. This Is a bargain. Price $400. Enqnrtro of Win. Armstrong. l-30-2vk Lot for Sale III Hyde Park addition to tho city of Portland; will bo sold choop for cash. Win. Arm strong. l30-2vlc For Sale Six-room house, oloso In, lino locntlon; price $13'00. Lath am Land Company, ovor Gonornl Electric Company. 2-4-tf For Sale Codnr pOBis. Seo C. A. Wnrnor, on Fnlr Grounds road. Phono 11C0. 2-4-lw For Sale FIno cow, throo Angora gdats, Pokln ducks, also Black Mlnorcas and Whlto Plymouth Cockrels. T. II. Blundoll, Morn lngaldo. Phono 1372 Main. 2-4-3t Salem Fence Works Headquarters for Woven Wire Fencing. Netting, Picket, Gates, MaahoW Roofing, P. & B. Ready Roofing All at lowest prices. CHAS. D. 1UUJ6AN Successor WALTER MORLEY. 350 Court St. Salem, Ore. O C Te Co Steamers Pomona art Oi'vonla leave for Portland Monday, Weu.ea day and Friday at 10 a. m. and Tuosdny, Thursday and Saturday at 6 a. ra. For Corvallls, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday about 6 p m. M, P. Baldwin, agent. Offlcei and dock at foot of Trado street M. P. BALDWIN, Agt. Hotel St. Philip Fourth mid Fifth and Unrnfllde Streets, Portland, Oregon. Now fireproof European Hotel Steam boat. Modern conveniences Rates $1.00 per day and up, Union depot car will land you at the door H. PIERCE, Prop. MISCELLANEOUS. Lost A bracelet Monday, February 3. Finder please bring to Journal ofllco and rocolvo roward. 2-5-3t' Rogue River Orchnrd for Sale Clean. Profit-bearing', ' deep al luvial river., bottom soli. Good buildings. Sell ontlro or subdi visions. Good roads. Near good 9-month school. Good climate. Bon A. Lowell, Woodvlllo, Oro gon. 1-30-lnu Will "Call nnd'Pny'Cnslt- For rneh'b cast off olothln, broken watches nnd Jowolry. Wo clean and pross. High grndo work. Phono 9CJ. Slgournoy, 483 Stnto. l-2G-t8. II. S. Gilo Co. Wholesale grocow and commission merchants. We aro solo agents for Rex Sprny. It Is absolutely uniform In strength. A porfect chomlcal combination. CoBts a llttlo more, but cheapest la tho end, strength and reliability considered. 1-lG-tf Will tho Party Who borrowed a. Snoll bicycle from 'Tho Journal offlco about two weeks ago kindly return snmo, as tho ownor needs It. 1-10-tt Vogct Lumber nnd Fuel Co. -Lum ber .shingles, building inatorlul, wood and coal. Low prices and prompt deliveries. Ono block onub of S. P. pnsaengt? dopoU Phono 198. 7-2-tf Ilutto & Wendcroth FIno wlnoa. liquors and cigars. Wo hnndlo tho colobrntod Kollog gnnd Castle whloklofl. Cool and refreshing boor constantly oi draught. South Commercial utroot. 9-3-lyr Enlarged- Our moat market on East State utroot hnn boon doubled In filzo nad wo aro bottor proparcd tkan ever .o servo customers. Prompt Borvlco nnd tho host of inontB our motto. Call or phono 199. R. E. Edwards & Co. BUTTERNUT RREAI). It la worth moro than' any otbor 'road yet tho prlco Is no higher. For Balo at your grocors', CALIFORNIA BAKERY, ThomnH & Cooloy, Props. 4 PROFESSIONAL. N a. V. r.lllH, M. I). Physician ana", Burgeon. Tolophono 307 Main.. Otllcos, 540 Stnto stroot, opposlt court houso, Snlom, Or. Rcsldonca' Phono 313 Main. 8-13- lmo Have You Anything for Sale? Wo enn soil It for you. Do you want to buy anything? Thon try ua, Roallzlng tho necessity for a clear ing houso, whoro nil manner of property may bo bought, sold and oxohangod at a modoroto cost, wo havo established an ofllco for this purpose. Not only will wo handlo city and farm, tlmbor and mining properties, but livestock and oth er norsonnlltv as well: sorvlntr as a modlum through which you mny l'""" of Aimrtni Court Shor- sell or oxchnnge any proporty no longar of uso to you, or purohnsa nt a minimum llguro that of which you stand in nood. No trnnsnotlon will be conaidorod too large 'Jr Central Lodge No, 18, K. of IV- LODGES. 7unentejra Union No. 1065 Local Union No. 10G5 ot Carpontora mw4 Jolrors of Araorlca moot ovory Snturdny ovonlng at 7:30 p, m, U Hearst hall, 420 Stato St. A. W. Dennis, Roe. Boc wood ForostorB. No. 19. Meto Wodnosdny In Hurst hall, Stato street. Waldo Mlllor, O. R.; J. C. Perry, financial secretary. too small to Insure our beat per Bonnl attention. Mnko your wants known we do tho rest. Get In touch with us at room 2, No. 222 North Commorolal street. 3-6-3t HuiWing Sang Co. Removal Sale We are selling out nil goods at cost price. Move and sell store building and all the goods. Everything must go. 346 Court Street, Salem, Or. New Management gammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmt The management of the Cap ital City Laundry wishes to no- tlfy its patrons that It will be closd for repairs and to In stall new machinery until the first of the ear. After the first of the year It will be run un der the management of COMBS & HAiNEK The owners being the managers Barnett's Restaurant and Lunch Counter In Bunh bank blodk romodelod and flrt-clas servlco. Meals and lunches In beet stylos. Ladies and family trade solicited. WANTED. Wunted If you want a marble or granite monument we can save yon money. We don't pay big rent nor city taxes you got tho boneflt Come and got our prices, and bo convinced. Our shop Is In Glty View cemetery. Blaeslng Grantle Co., J. D. Bohannan, manager. 1-13 FOR RENT. v For Rent Furnished and unfurnUh od rooms, and homo board by tho day or week or meals. 280 N, Cot tsge St., between Chemokota and Court Bis., Mrs. A. M. Clomens. 2-5-1, w Castle Hall In Holman block, cor ner State and Liberty street TuoBdny ot each week at 7:30 p. rn. Oscar Johnson, O. 0.; 1. IL Andj&rson, K. of R. and S, Modern Woodmen of America Or gon Cednr Camp No, 524 C. Meato orory Thursday evening at & o'clock In Holman hall, W. W. Hill, V. O.; F. A. Turner, cler. For Rent A modern 7-room house. Phono 1071 Main. 2-B-3t For IUtnu- Eight-room hcAite In North Salem. Good woodshed and barn. Inquire at 255 North Com mercial stroet, D. A. White & Sou. 2-fi-3t 3. Wantwl Plaoe to do housework for small family. Good cook. Address W," care Journal. 2-4-3t Wunteil A good work horse, not let than' 1300 pounds. Call on Walt Low, at stables corner of Ferry and High streets. 2-fi-3t Wanted A young college man wlah t some work after school or on Saturdays. Address "A." care J Journal. 2-5-3t DRAY3IEN. Cummins Hros.' Transfer Company All kinds of transfer work done. Furniture and pianos boxed ready for shipment. Prompt service It our motto. Stand and office at 253 South Commercial street. Phone 210. Residence Phone 968. Woodmen of World Meet every Frt day night at 7:30, In llolmaa hall, L. E. Ponnoll, C. C.J P. L. Fra. lr, Clerk. Lincoln Annuity Union.- Sick, acci dent and pension Insuranoo; 52, 000,000 plodgrd; overy clnlm paid Good agents wanted. J. H. C. Mongomory, supremo organiser. Box432 Salem, Oregon. R. R. Ryan, secretary, 546 Stato street. SASH AND DOOR FACTORIES. Frank M. Brown. Manufacturer of sash, doors, mouldings. All kinds of houso finish and bard wood work. Front atreot, between Btar and Court, Make all complaints at the ofllco. PLUMPERS. LIVERY AND FEED STABLES. ThelCTurrplula Livery nnd Feed Stables Old Post office Stables, at 254 Forry street, between Commercial and Front streets. Telephone 188. Some of the finest liveries In the city can be found hero, Dick Weatacott, proprietor. 10-1-lyr and steam beating and tlnnlnjr. 164 Commercial street, Phone Main 192, 9-1-lyr M. J. Petrel Plumbing, stoam aad gas fitting. Successor to Knox A Murphy, 226 Commercial street, Prone Main 17.