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r, "J, '7; DAILY CAPITAL JQUBKAlj, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 0, 00 PIRATES PLURUtK Liiurv cftiw --- ,. wnt on ffaicn reccv ---- 1008. PILES QUICKLY CURED lis iwrOSOB: Liberia, "Lj Grand Bassa, wuenu. ! I total wreck, Is relutcd I LfUWIfTlA A lUi" ""r:" 1,1. rfeamcr. Aesli;ors. '" .., . .- nfninlf wna W. ichl the "" ".;. andscemodou ,irk MPS and Immediately thou- I IK ""- .. . Tho crew took nedlately thou- it,. 1 throes In canons 'i5 tho steamer, swarmed TlH indtpti'n'lcred her. Tho sea jiS'to land on the hostile j in the darKn u " w .' 'Irln the email boats Se the crow landed and camped . 1 ... ornt rfnVH. alwaVfl '' . 1 rnn. 1... In. lifipMd returniufi n" "" . L, Tith booty. Finally tno vessel Laired and tho negroes depart 7rt.treir. taking to their boats it rowed 17 hours to the north 17 ud wero picked up, complete- woiitcd. by a pacing steamer rf .VearoTia. Tho Depot. lSur Is to ho congratulated (upon aspects of securing a new depot ... 111 in Hid nlltnrw1 tSiUHIDOa crcuu i win ...."." aj Tie location Is not of so much inoftjneo as the position It will bo Bjtoanfcllon with the yard, 'tho M.ji it will be n union depot and (Wltvrlll be commodious, eonvo ti iad lasting Tho present lo gics H e'tabllihsd and people are BrfMl, which ha commondod It Kbkt regardless of whoro they re- & Having a depot near doosn't Hp jBtbody's property from a bus!- w -uadnolnt. The boat part of It ! 110 matter lias been sottlod. Llinr? Democrat. Pyramid Pile Cur0 Positively a Mnr- vol of 'Quick Itcnling Power. Send for Fxeo Trial Pack- ngo Today. Itaby Hands it runto mischief often It moans lira or cat or scald. Apply Bnl kli Snow Liniment Just as soon 6 it archlent happens, and tho jih till be relieved wlillo tho wud vrfii heal quickly and nlcoly. tun cars for sprains, rhoumntlsm rial pains. Price 25c, 50c and tlH 1 bottle. Sold by all dealers. 0 Cotild Hp Trusted. Tat her? You suroly don't ISfeUio could keep your secret?" W I r trusted her with othor in' ind she kc'pt them." Plck- o Wo want every man and woman suffering from tho excruciating tor ture of piles tq send their name and address to ua and get by return mall a freo trial packngoof tho moat of fcctlvo and poaltlvo euro for this dis eases Pyramid PIlo Cure. Aa an examplo, Emma Bodcn hamer of Bedford, Indiana, wag in constant pilo agony for 23 years. Throo 50-cont boxes of Pyramid Pilo Curo cured her. " And Gcorgo Brnnolgh of Sclwll burg, Pa., cured his 14-yoar plica with only one GO-cent box. Tho way to prove what this great remedy wlM do In your own caso, to jitBt send your namo and address to us and you will get by return mall n freo trial treatment of Pyramid Pilo Curo. Thon nftor you have proven to yourself what It can do, you will go to tho drugglot and get a 50 cont box. Don't unlorgo an operation. Op erations nro raroly a success and of ten lend to torrlblo consequences. Pyramid Pilo Curo reduces all infla matlon, mnkoa congestion, Irritation Itching, soro3 and ulcors disappear and the pllen simply quit. Sand your namo and nddresB to day for this froo trial troatmont to Pyramid Drug Co., 137 Pyramid Bldg., Marshall, Mich. On snlo at nil ditug storos at conts a box. COUNTY , CENTRAL COMMITEE Invited to Meet nt Salon This Week Preliminary to Campaign Work. CO TEA Is there a better' way to keep the family longer at table, to keep it together? Your urocrr returns your money II you don't Ilka SchilliniA Doit; tc iuy Mm Siffering and Dollars Saved. ES.towr.of Marllla, N. Y., says: n w carpenter nnd have had NMtere cuts healed by Buck I Wi Araica Salve, it has saved mo iiiC and dollars. It Is by far tat healing salvo I have- ovor 'wi Heals bttrns, sxre, ulcors, not ecrema and piles; 25c 'CPry, druggist. Wda't Iook tho Part. "itlosght your son hail atnrra.l In W; medicine?" 4U, but he gave It wat ha Hko U?" "TM. btlt hft W91 g(nl,l l, ceed. Yon ma I... .n..uu "HYaBrtvVo 1. a-. 1 11 ...... . mhm. ''aaoi iiMiiaam-fMKi4-MMi ' M 4 tl'fllltItI-rl-H'Itl M4BKET REPORTS s SALEM MAltlCET. up." fe Pain ere s JJ? a prominent JJJttaftected, the pain ;jww. It is called neu- . itmayboiuoitli- head or body. Rc. J5 when this trouble is overcome. sh.i, .nothing and 8wwng induence Ty! Tlms systom '"'w t-auso. vine re- I T. fe " ( B ( 1 V aa . toi,'v ,h V:K ttot I fclTS . .rai.r.,.',,"- irrl"'lr f fc?,,Jfr ' !j5 ' or L1. I- ,? rJiKi. an4 aoBi '"tlm. Sharp - W4. to SH- I f-Jil u n.t W or it . ,- d"JS?i .1. tyzT- "n , nTvlSSK ' naiuijr in nam Jui 7"." ? aZJ M d . OTIW . S S a.l ' r.r ? -r.4uMiii. Tu", CtTV'u teidylSi S Just r?.jr tw i Hwdd Local Wholesale Mnrket, Eggs 22 c. nuttor 37V4o; butter fat, 37 Vic, Hone lOo; mlxod ohiokons, Oc. Local whoat 8C0. Oats 3Bc. Barley ?24S$25. Flour Hard whoat, $8,00; valley, H.00. Hay Choat, $13; oJover, $10 per ton; timothy, $130$15. Onions 2V4o lb. Hops Old.lVidfSVfec; now, 3 7c. Chlttlm bark .4y4(3iDc. "" IceiMll Market. Oats -White, $28 per ton. Wheat $M00. Rolled barley r$ 30. Eggs 30c. Butter Country, 30S35c; cream ery, 40c. Flour Valley, $1.20 par sack; hard wheat, $1,40 0) $1.50. Bran 85c per sack; $2C,50 per ton; ahorta, $1.15 per sack. Hay Timothy, 85 90c per cwt; cheat, 90c; clover, 75s per cwt ; Bhorts, $1.15 per sack, livestock. Hogs Fat, $5.00. Stock hogs $4.00. Cows Top, $2.75; fair, $2 $2.50 Steers Tops, $3.50; fair, $2.75 $3.00. Tropical Fruits. Bananas $6. Oranges $2.25. Lemons $3.50 4.50, Veal Dressed. 6 7c, Portland Market. Whoat Club, 82o; vall&y. 82c; blue stem, 84c. Milletuff Bran, $24. Hay Timothy, valley, $17 $18; alfalfa, $12 $13. Vtitoh $8.50. Poultry Hens, UVaClSfce dupks, 1617o; pigeons, old, $1 por dor. Secretary Frank Meredith of the Marlon county Republican central committee haa sent the various members of the committee notice that a meeting will be hold at the city hall In Salem Saturday after noon, February 8, to "discuss mat tors of vital interest to the party." Following is tho letter sent to eacn of tho cemmitteemen: "A meeting of the Marlon county Republican central commltteo is hereby called to meet at tho city hall, Salem, on Saturday, February 8, at 1 oNslock p. m for tho purpose of discu's8lng mattors of vital Im portance to tho party, and for tho further purpose of transacting such othor business as may corao beforo tho meeting. Your presenco Is ear nestly requested, but, if you find it impossible to bo present, you are ro-Bpectf-ully urged to delegate some ono from your precinct to represent tho same." Members of Committee. J. A Smith , Aumsvlllo B. F Glesy Aurora F. W. Stahlman Detroit Frank J. Bolter Salem A. C. Shurer Buttovllle J. E. Smith Chnmpoeg Jns. WInstanloy Salem Robt. Morohouse Gates James Imlah . Fairfield A. R. Slogmund Gervals Wm. Bortram J. N. Miller Sllverton Harvey A. Hlnklo Hubbard John F. Jonoa Jefferson Bruce Cunningham Salem W. L. Slmorr.1 Tumor M. A. Barber Marlon E. G. Slogmund . . . . T. . . Mohnma J. T. Rom Mt. Angd T. L. Ambler ....Mt. Angel A. T. Mlffltt Snlom No. 1 C. A. Murphy Salem No. 2 Alonzo Goaner Salem No. 3 Goo. II. Deacon . . . . . Salem No. 4 Jos. N. Smith Salem No. 5 Orfr Royal Salem No. 0 A. Dane Salem No. 7 W. H. Humphroys Salem Bmmltt Hlokox ttoble F. B. Simpson- Jefferson J. Blenkney Sllverton I. L. Bower , suvorton M. J. Van Valkenburg . . . .Sllvorton ArthMr Hobart Sllvorton J. L. Cook woouuurn A. L. Maok t . . Stayton E. C. Donny Sublimity E. L. Martin Turner Roy M. HIclcs Woodburn The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths. There Is n disease prevailing in U1I3 country most dniiKerous because so deccp. nve. luuiiy sudden deaths arc caused by it heart dis ease, pneumonia, heart failure o apoplexy nte often the result of kid. ney disease. If kidney trouble is allowed toadvaucc blood will at tack the vital organs, causing catarrh of the bladder, or the kidneys themselves ureaic aowu anu waste away cell by cell. Bladder troubles almost always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure is obtained quickest by n proper treatment of the kidneys. If you are feel ing badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and bladder remedy. it corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pam in passing it, and over comes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day! and to get up many times during the night. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized. It9tands the hlghcstfor its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases. Swamp-Root is pleasant to take and Is sold by all druggists in fifty-cent and one-dollar size bottles. You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful new dis covery and a book that tells all about it, both sent free by mail. Address, Dr. Kil mer Sc Co., ninghamton, N. Y. When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper. Don't make nny iiuaiuKc, uutruiucinucrincnauie.swamp Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp. Root, and the address, Dinghamton, N. Y on every bottle. ' mmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmM JUST RECEIVED A Full Line of Chlldivn' Shoes. Wo also carry a complete lino of mon's hoavy working shoes nnd men's and women's dross shoes. Come In nnd boo my stock, nnd got bnrgnlns In footwoar. ' , 3 16 Stnto Strot, JACOB VOGT Strong and Healthy Poultry would weuW - 7 m,m -.-"- anvea Aw.'wt-;r"v at jonh c- .Wl tin." Ml by your a5a.2nSffrKi thy?;: WTA Miey " ,-" " Elkhart, lad Still nettcr. "Did you ever see this one?" in quired the funny man. "Ypu can take two letters from 'money and leave only one. See how it's done?" "Sure," replied the postal clerk, "and if I wanted to I could take mon ey from two letters and lotfve ab solutely nothing." Philadelphia Preea. MIX FOR COLDS. The formula as printed be low was given out by a promi nent doctor who has mnde a na tlonal reputation for his won dorful skill in tho cure of throat ond lung dlsonsos. 9 Half nunna of Pnnrnntrnifi.1 oil of pine, two ounces of glv cerino, half pint of good whis ky; mix thoso by shaking them thoroughly and use In doses of a teaspoonfui to a table spoonful every four hour, shaking the bottle well enou tlmo. The only oare necessary i to be sure to get tho Concen trated oil of pine because re cently there have been numer ous patent medicine imita tions put out. Those, on ac count of not being soluble.ar dangerous, besides producing nausea. The real "Concentrated" oil of plnecan bo obtalnod of any good prescription druggist and comes put up for medical M-e only in half-ounoe vials securely sealed in tin screw top cases, which protect It from light, and retain all the original ozone. aeattif9s IjWl jctPPPicorn If you feed CoiiIoii'h Improved Mtitrii ' Ktfg Food Your" hons will bo cackling ovor fresh laid oggs, three tlmoi as many a thoy would lay without this food. You will help yoursolvos nnd help us If you do your buying In our lino from us. Good literature 011 poultry raising free. TILLSON & CO. 151 HIGH ST. Phone 139. THE O.K. GROCERY No one will admite to being super stitious, but did you ever know of a couple courageous enough to mar- The"average wan will quit the so- olety of a pretty woman any time to , get-a $10 election bat put up. o Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a Favorite. "We prefer Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to any other for our chil dren." saya Mr. L. J. Woodbury of Twining. Mioh. "It haa also done the work for us in bard oolde and oroup. amd we take pleasure in recom mending it." For sale at Dr. Stone's drug store. .. . O 1 . . BANK TALK No, 1 BY THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK SALEMrOREGON TO THOSE WHO HAVE NO BANK CONNECTIONS. You cannot accomplish much in a bUBlnosj way without tho sor-vlcoa-of a bank,, and when dt comoa to tho question of whether or not you should ,havo eomo bank connections, thoro Is only ono ans vo'r, any individual or business will dorivo aomo bonoflt from a bank's service. I A bank io not a luxury tor tho rich man; ithat Idea la fast disap pearing. Tho people" from all classes aro beginning to rcallso tho Importance) of a bank connection. ' Tho service that a bnnk gives to Ua customers placos within their roach every ndvantngo to carry on financial mattors easily. Many porsons aro timid about opening a bank ncconint becauoo thoy itliHnk their knowledgo of banking Is limited, or porhnps thoy consular tholr omnunt of monoy too small. To any such porsons wo wish to say that tho oponlng of a bnnk account lu very easy; wo explain nil tho details and mnko It lmplo for you. Wo also oncourngo any who havo small sums to opon an account. Wo fur nlBh a paes-book nnd chocks, and all nocossnry Instruction. Evon though you aro not,rendy io opon an account, call at tho bank nnd talk 'It ovor with UB. -E. W. HAZARD, Cashier BEER PROMOTES TFMPFPAIVirF i q ' ii iRecoghized as aTottd Product, and So Dealt With by the Government IT Is holng rocognlzod tho world over that tho drinking of boor pronrotet tempornnoo and sobrloty to a far groator oxtont tlmu all tho prohibition laws on .tho statuto books. All onllghtonod Europotiu nations nro oncournglng tho manti faoturo nnd consumption of light boors containing about tiroo and ouo-half per oont alcohol, nnd tho result has boon most gratifying to nil slnaoro lovers of tompornnco. Tho United Stat(ts govornmont linn taken a posltlvo atand in tlili direotlon, tho war dopartmout hohdlng that tho ro-establlslilni; of tho army cantoen for tho snlo of boor being an nbioluto neces sity In tho In tor oat of tompornnco nnd sobrloty. Beer Is todny rocognlzod as a "Food Product," d la so dealt with by tho govornmont. All tho great Inwirnnou companies' havo contradicted tho llos that havo boon glvon currency through prohibition uourcea that tho drinking of boor was n bar to securing insurnnco, and havo latoly published to tho world at largo tho Htatemout that those drinking beer modoratoly (not moro than two quarts during twon-ty-four hours) woro tho very hood of risks. Tho latest British life Insurance reports show that tho ratio of dfrath rato among nbBtuin ors is thirty por cunt groator than among moderate drlnkeru. Boor is puro nnd wholesome, and tho day Is not far distant when It will bo as much a part of tho dally subsistence of ovory family as aro milk, broad and othor food nocoasltlos. ' Tho boer brewed by tho Salem Brewery Association Is Inovory sonso tho very best that modorn entorprlso can produce. It spoaka for Itself and is its own host advortlsomont. SALEM BREWERY ASSOCIATION SALEM, OREGON o Jbuttfea KfSAtU JVORZA. ,m&a4fat&roJUvijs$Y THAT SMILEIOFSDELIGHTJ Is on everybody's face who bought our holiday groceries, and it will not oorae off, either, as long a3 you pat ronize us. Good groceties and good service is our object. We havo a largu stock of staplo and fancy goods for you to select from. Try us. We aro geographically In the center of tho city We wish to havo you try us. A. A. ENGLEBART, JTwelMi Street near Woolen Mill WHITE BRONZE MONUMENTS Nover chip, crack tarnisu, moss or corrode. Tho inly kind that never need cleaning. For tho truth of tho abovo Bee them in all tho Salem and unny of tho coun t y ceraeerlea; ' some of them have been theie fo. ''s years. If you want tho verybjit at living P'IrM call on craddicss 458 Mill St. Phono 12S1. Salem, O. T. B. WAIT. KUM Certainly Not Her Mrs. Coburggor. It isn't right to charge Ferddie with taking that money out of your pocket. Whj don't ydti accRisa'mo? Coburgger Because it wasn't all taken-Tit-Bits. WONDERFUL CHINESE DOCTOR Will treat you with Oriontal herb and curo any disease without opera tion or pain. Dr. Kum Is known everywhoro In Salem", and has cured many promi nent people here. Ho has lived la Salem for 20 years, and can be fruit ed. He uses many medicines un known to white doctors, and with them can cure catarrh, asthma, lung troubles, rohumatUm, vtomaob, liver and kidney diseases. Dr. Kum makes a specialty of dropsy and female troubles. His rem edlea curo private discus when ev erything else falls. He has hue, dreds of testimonials, and gives con sultation free. Prices for medicine very moderate. Persons in the coun try can write for blank, dead stamp. If you want some extra fine tec. get H from u. A. ! vj? Km m m ISf. m m ia II 1 KW Pi rw; m II &&&&& jryon. Friday? I Phone 122. ' t i DK. KITH BOW WO CO.'