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VUIX 0AMU1. JOCKXAl, KU.tM. OHBOO.N. TUUMP.1T, MAltCII 10. W0. .
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL . !!. ffOFKK, Hd. jmd Prop. A lm4pete( Nepfet Verotot to AWlcn Priaclplei and IbrTreffMM snd Derctofat of All Oregon. rufclWiod Krery JCrcnlag; Kxctt ffandty, Suh-ia Ore. "Tf gUBftCKimox katks. (lBTt!b!y lo Adrabcc.) PtMf, bjr CAfrir Pr J61"' "....W.M Por montb,..,.....0o jEMttlr, by n, pr yer-. -... X0 Vet month. ...... SSc We! by mall, per jrr... ... 1.00 Six month ...,..MSo r t- 11.90 for thro ftfXCfAfc DELIVERY, For o nveslea ei hcrUtf brunch delivery oc MkH t thfluJfollowliif ftaes at IS cents per month, Asykim Btor, F, 0, De Voe & Son, Aaylum Aronuo Junction. Carllno, Seteatwata Btret o A. W. Lane, 3arden Road rttoro, Daua's Store. Afex, Dane, Sosth Commercial street. El&trle Store, 0. J. Kpptey, East Stats street Fair Grounds Mors, Harrison D F,r Grounds Road. Howoll'a Corner, Twelfth and Cross streets. O. K. Grocery, A. A. Engleba t, Twelfth street, Wheeler's Store, W. D. Wbcaer, Highland avonue. Yew Park Btor , T. O. Bower ox. Twelfth and Leslie. rmxm for la follktte A reporter of Hfa In Oreo Mako tCfltaI for Him Out of Action Taken at Hslem. Editor Jeurnal: Tho Marlon county Ropubllcana refasod to Instruct 4holr delegates to tttb atato convontlon to aond a delegation to tho national convontlon for Taft for Prosldont. A motion to that offset on the floor of tlio convention, Saturday ro colvod no second. And cries from all parts of tho hall "No! No!" Indi cated that tho groat war eocrotary la not tho unanimous choice of tho llrflt Republican convontlon to as somblo In Oregon. Accordingly no notion In this direction was takon nnd tho dologntoa from Marlon coun ty will nt upon their own Judgment whon they meet nt tho stnto con vention, Htato Convention Deferred. Tho Republican state central com mlttoo has decldod 'not to onll n atnto convottllon until nftor tho Ropubllonn and Democratic primaries, whloh will ho hold under tho primary law on April 17. Tho only purposo of a Republican slnto convention can bo to name night delegates nnd as many nltornntos to tho RopMbllcnn national convontlon whloh moots In Chicago Juno 10. Tho Orouon nrlmarv law divests Intcsninn now boforo tho American tho oIiMIdio convention of all nom- I!000'0 1Iln r(,cord ,n nub,,c Ufo lnntlng function, except tho nomlna.l"nrka him aa tho moat uncompro tlon of dalegnton to tho national con- 'l"'nR "Khtet' In hlntory, either of volitions. The Rcpublleantnto con- this country or of any other, v trnl eoinmtttoo believes ' that It Is ' "" '" know La Folloito. tio acting within the spirit of Hint law nghtor." nay tho famous Washing to postpone tho onll for a state " correspondent Wcllmnnn. "you convontlon until tho prlmnrlo nro 0 not nnrttrstona tho now Idea In all over. j politics. He expounded It. Uo liu- Th vocimUteomen state ttint n lrosl It lon ths atato of Wlsoon lato convention will be snfo from !" local innumicM. so far ns th Hrlfa Tho nw standard of olUxonalilp for thti paying omew Is oonoerned, ' which now obtains In Wisconsin, tho nnd tHft' a late convention will bo nwukoned conscience, tho thlnu for In poMamlon of nil the ncodod In- knowhnlRo of actual conditions, tho formation aa to tho presidential now senso of duty to tho state all n unon thn Re- w th roHulta of L Foilottrn y some cltlea. Th& American ppbllc, as woll as tho Republicans of tho country, aro having a flno opportun ity to weigh this man of ponder ous physcaque, Taft Is tho exponent of Roov?lt policies and as such Is popular. Two Opposing Hcavy-Wclgtits. Taft and Bryan aro both heavy wolghts and tho humorous para graphors glvo that as n reason that thoy should bo pitted against ono nnothor. In avoirdupois Taft now hns tho ndvnntngo, but Bryan la growing more etimborsoino ovory day. Alertness In Needed. Somoono lias refcently rcmarktd that In thoso stronuous times, tho country needs n "loan, lank man, who thlnka much and la n great oh-' sorver." it is suggested; mat heavy weights may ho too easy-going. In policies Tnft poses as tho soo- ond edition of Roosevelt. It Is a matter of speculnlon ns to whothor ho could bo oh vigorous ns tho Presi dent has boon and Is today In prono cttttng tho trusta nnd othor ovll doers. Western Man Needed. The real original In this lino of work Is vigorous nnd vlllgnnt Bonn tor ln Follotto of tho llvo westorn stnto Wisconsin. La Foimio, the Fighter. La Follotto differs from nny othor Lover? of good health should prevent sick ness Instead of lotting themselves got sick and then try to euro It. So long na yon keep your liver, bowels and stomach In n healthy and actlVo condition you vont get sick. Hal- lard'H llorbtno rollovos constltpntlon. Inactlvo liver nnd nil atomach and bowol troubloa. Sold by all dealers candidates who loom upon tho Re publican horUon. Taft Not Huilorsed, In view of tho position taken by tho lUpuhllonn state central com- 'ears of proaohlng and lighting. (llvo Kery Man n Clmnee. Hlggor and butter than nny one or nil of tho Incidents whloh hnvo mltte,. tho Republicans who nom. oonlrlbutol to the rogoiuiratlon of hied In tha armory Saturday did a WImohsIii. moro vital than prl- wlso thing not to pass the resolution y olMUong, of gr8tt,er conie. mnlorslsg Taft as tho oholoo of Mar- uonw hnn llM0Mful r08Mlatlon on county for tho presidential nom. f raUrQlul rfttw,t tho tjotermlna- luatlon. tl0n of U0 ,leop0 ,0 control tholr 1 Ksidng of Candidate, I QWn Kvernmont aml nmj(0 jt Borvt, It may bo remembered that four hft rRnk nm, fto ,nBtPn(l ot Ul0 ,p muntba ago llm name of Fairbanks' oUl ,ttloroi(i. 0nu 0g9,ulttl oraho wa KMoritlty nwnHoMil as llkoly Wg0OUlIn iaoa , tno doctrlnt llint o head tho tloket OrliloUmi upon government oxUU fur tho purpose lh wanner of Ills opining out and of e,, frM ttlu, untrammekd upon hU inethruU so Injured hit .opportunity for all Individuals, and ohancwi Kmt hi l not now rated as not ,0 KrttUl lMfcUl ,,,1,,,. l0 a !Lrii.b,,W,r' . . . 'certain Interests. A avoond casentlal Taft Is now havln8 a run and has , ,0 mM mt u f tity of aiutaluPd himself very well. In a long U ollMW to nforw WMe m salwi .if puhlltf addrowi U has phMM of l0llw, alul lho hIn M. n emlea In tho ranks of union labor -e,ltlrt, u .httl no ,.. hall .,, who intwrupt Htm In hU speeehes In ,& lXdrolw l0 the rw hU 0l,ottMll. Z.l. ..,"- """ ,."...;,. Uy t partlolpau taxeo upon tho ad valorem basis nnd at tho gmo rnto that other forms of properly arc taxed was n part o the general program to wipe out special privilege and equally distribute the burdens of govcrnrnerU. These were all merely Incident. Tho blpc thing in Wisconsin wifc tho restoration of representative government. Wisconsin Has Government. Wisconsin Is ono atato where they have real popular government. The people rule. Thoro la no sham about this. Tho old style boBs has disap peared. Tho railroads aro no longer In politics as thoy once were. Other powerful corporations no longer dlc tuto to public offlclalo. Men In pub lic offleo now owe alloglanco to no Itme except the people who elect them. A comprehensive and sweep ing civil service law haa forover In sured tho pooplo against tho building up of another political machine with state patronago as tho chief Instru ment with which to mould public oentlment. Wisconsin Is free, and will bo ablo to remaln'so Just as long no tho peoplo kcop wide awako. In Larger Measure. . La Folletto stands for tho same things, in larger meaBuro, In the United States senate that ho accom plished In his own stnto as district attornoy and governor for thrco ouc ccsslvo torms. Ho has successfully met and grappled, with ovory ques tion that hns como up and ho always comes out dcclslvo'y on tho sldo of tho pooplo. I Folletto In Practical. Poworful as nn orator, resourceful ns a debater nnd Indufntlgnblo as a workor, ho Is moro' than a match for tho probablo nomtneo of tho Democratic party, William Jonnlngs Ilrynn. Ilrynn enn go boforo tho peoplo ns u theorist only. La Follotto Btnnda us an accopi pllshod fact. Ho has a record In tlmoly loglBlatlon thnt Is unsurpass ed. iVF "Im "PK? B3f " vB B iff & JV"2 K I CANDIDATES CARDS I OAKTOIIIA. JUh tu s?1t Klai You Ibti Always Bo,M "qr Zm "J'iUi1 TIIK UluST HOAMT Tim PAMILY EVFJt SlAI) Can be obtained from our prim tfndor and Juky bct, mutton oi pork. All our meats are selected from the choicest, and prepared fo the table to suit the demand of thi fastidious. Our prices aro lowei (w quality than you can find at n place. In Baletn, K, 0. CK088, Phoae 301. 870 SUt -. fir aber Bros. j ARE YOU READY For the finauelal opiortuntUu that will om tu you. fjofhl rvdu, or ready oAah 1 nevf.Ht u iHrit thm. If yon h. a a.vltis HMwHt eu will hnvRth, Start an aiommt now nnd H prejmrdd MuHwy o iUHtt in i safe Wiving tuk U an Inwrunt put Hty lt vlorM No one hhouid U vlhut thi protfKHlon SAYINCS KPAIT1ENT nATWnAL Ban 4 In governuuMit. from nominations to vlQottons J The Wlenln lde. i ThU la th WtsoAUislu UUa. Thin, U th MFoltelto kw1. Primary' )oUttns woitt hut an lackUnt. a' mut to an ud, Uallraad regula tion u we4y a romwly for oho of U grtrnt 1t. Thi abolition of the railroad paw and th tvkkgruph ulo Uhou and tuirt frank whs ih first 8ln In breaking thn Hwor of tk illrviuls ami nthar HHhlle sarvlv ooriHrAtl. Tho paMw of nn atali-lobby kw. fiMlthldluK paid lou lOlt paklHs tu momber of t lotftlatuiv about mattora of lobula tion, xwpt at nubile hearings In wumulttw tmm, tm a weoad sto In the auw dlrvHJtlon The pastago of a taw prohibiting ay employe of a public aurvlw corporation from holding a public effloo wRhout flrt rturalHg the iww or fraaU which ' thj cowpaay Ive him, was Intended to UIp servo the same purjMse. Tho law eompvlllng railroad aad other J public mic eorporatloua to py PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING Will gtvo prompt attention to all orders, guarantee our work to give satisfaction and to be up to the sanitary stand ard. VK WIIA UK Pl.BASKD TO OIVK HSTIMATKS OX CONlR.crrs. Call at our shop on Liberty street, hack of Uarr'a Jewelry Store, Phon 550. Proof la iRoxliRUstlbl' thnt Lydla E. PJakliaM's Vegetable Compound carries women safely through the Change of Life. Rend tho letter Mrs. E. Hanson, 3W E. Long St., Columbus, Ohio, writes to Mrs. Pinklmm: " I was passing through the Change of Life, and suffered from nervous seas, headaches, and othor annoying symptoms. Sly doctor told' me that Lydia K. PinWham's Vegetable Com pound was gooS for mo, and since tak ing (t I fel so much better, and I can again do my own work. I never forget to tell tny friends what Lydla E. Pink ham's Vcjretablo Compound did for we during thla trying period." FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydla E. Pink ham's Vcgctahlo Comixmnd, made from roots and herbs, has been tho standard remedy for female ills, and has positively cured thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements, inflammation, ulcera tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic painsf backache, that liear-iiifj-down feeling, Hntulency, indiges tion, dizziness or nervous prostration. Why don't you try it? Mrs. Pinklmm Invites nil sick women to write Iior for advice. She Ims guided thousands to health. A ddross, Lynn, Muss. TO OWNERS (OF HORSES Tho undorBlgned Is proparod to broak, handlo and dovclop roadsters nnd trotting horses. For torms of board and care apply to SAM OASTO, Fair Grounds, Or. Salem Fence Works Headquarters for Woven Wire Fencing. Nottlng, Pickets, Gatfs, Maithotd Roofing, ?. & D. Ready Roofing All at lowost prlcos. CHAS. D. MULLIGAN SuccoBsor WAITHK MOULKY. MO Court Ht. Salem, Ore, Prices 26c, 60c, 11.00 Sold o; Hrst-claBs druggist averywher. (Cards of county candidates $5. Cards for district and stato candi dates $10). FOR COUNTV JUDGE OF MARION COUNTY, M. L. JONES. Republican, farmer business man and taxpayer. Garduato of Willam ette University, Btudied law and ad mitted to tho bar. Whoro he Is best known aro found his strongest sup porters. Among business men every whero his word is as good as his bond. Ho stands for a strictly busi ness and economical administration of county affairs. Southern Pacific 1 1 Tiw Time Card No. 02 Br, . Iecrb, 2h, la.OlI'H Toward I'nrit..., . " Vi No. 1.G R.Ri a .. M9elf. ---Sh John A. Collier, of Fossil, haa filed his potltlon for nomination for thb district attorneyship of tho eleventh, district, subject to tho Republican prlmr-rlcs. For Rcprcseatntlvc. I hereby announce myself as a calv dldato for tho Republican nomina tion for representative at the pri maries, April 17. IF NOMINATED AND ELECTED I SHALL ALWAYS VOTE FOR THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR. HAL D. PATTON. J horoby announco myself as a cmdldato for nomination at tho Re publican primaries for county su perintendent of schools. WALTER if. 8M1TII. PaBsongor. o. 12.-2:45 P. M. R0sebBff No. 14.-9:13 p, m. press. PortUaj Toward Portland FrAL. No. 322 K.ftft n w - " Freight. W-mU J2-10:i(-t:n No. 226 11:28 a. n., wW h Toward San Francfaco l No. 11. 11.03 A. M. Itob3 No. 17.-6:45 P. M. CotUeji Passenger. No. 15.-9:56 P. M. cuifon preBS. wo. i3.2:oi A. M. Saa rn Express. Toward San Fraieke 1 No. 221.-2:43 A. J. Portluil rreignc no. ZZ6 ll:28A.M.Wij. I hereby announco myself ns n candidate for nomination at tho Re publican primaries for commission er. ' D. E. ROBERTSON, Turner, Oregon. I dOBlro to placo my namo bofore tho Republican primaries for a re nomlnatlon for County rccordor. D. G. DRAGER. I wish to announco to my friends thnt I am a candldnto for county treasurer, subject to tho Republican primaries. JOSEPH 0. MOORE. I hereby announco myoolf n candl dnto for county commissioner on tho Republican ticket. O. B. HOYT, Jefferson, Oro.- I am a candidates for offleo of county Jdgo, subject to tho Repub lican primaries, on tho platform of a squnro deal to all. W. W. HALL. m fj mi i in i ! nir i ItnttSOSEBEr HICKORY BARK Coush Remedy At0lVTUV rvic Coushs, CoJds CROUP IVrKpm(Cb(l llttnntn. SORC THROAT .MtftaHNtftt. iTHROATtPtdLUNCS KUatkUKUMtlTta. lvuru.orcoN.uiA. mwawmMM rtu. tMfcf ct mmmammmmmmwam mmuwit At tho request of many Republi cans I hnvo decldod to becomo a can didate for tho nomination for county Judge, subjeat to tho Ropublleun prl mary oloetlon. WILLIAM RUS1IEY. For Assessor. I heceby nnnounco my candidacy In tho Republican prlmnrlos for as sessor of Marlon county; plodglng Just and equal taxation. . F. J, RICE. kRGEST FACILIT TJIK WEST F IH PRODUCTION For County Superintendent. I horoby announco myself as a can didate for County Superintendent of Sqhools for Marlon county, nt the Republican primaries, April 17. A C. BAKER, Turner, (Jr For Representative, Tho undorsigned is a candidate for representative at the Direct Pri maries, April 17. If elected will fa vor huslnoas administration and YOte for tho peoplo's choice for United States senator. HENRY J. MILLER, Aurora, Or. For Treasurer. I hrby announce to the voters of Marlon county that I am a candidate for county treasurer at the Republi can prlmarlosj pledging honest, faith. Ifut and impartial handling of tho county funds. WM. 8TAIGER For Representative, I hereby nnnouno that I will be a candidate for tho RennbUean noml- j nation for siata representative at thQ pr-nmrlw April 17. S. D. BDKINS, . Seotts Mills, Or. For County Commissioner. I J T tlockwlth of Sidney precinct. JP'Aforw Hopnemical business ad- unnl tratlou and an aggressive policy lef const thciIhr permanent highways l he eo-oeratoH of state, county! .auq iceai comiuunltios. TIME TABL8 CORVAuLIS & EASTERX Trains from and to Yi No. 1 arrives a: uorvaiils ...,11 Arrive, at Albany 6: Lonvoa Yaqulna m$ Vi'rlvea at Albany .....Hjt No. 2 Loavo Albany U.J51 Arrives at Yaqulna .... 6.1H . Trains to and from IWr Leaves Corvrlljs 1 ( Na. 8 Loaves Albany ........ 7 j;l A. M. 6:00, n7:0G, S OS, No. 4 Loaves Detroit 1 C51 follows, commencing Jan. if, : Trains for CorTallU. No. 8 Loaves Albany 7 5S Arrives Pt Corvallls ...BJ,M No. 10. Loavo3 Albany 1 $1 Arrlvoa at Corvallls ... 4 11 -No. C Loaves Albany 7 11 Arrives at Corvallls .... 8:1! Trains for M'j, No. 5 Loaves Corvallls tit Arrives nt Albany Til No. 9 Loaves Corvallls Ill Anlvos at Albany 1 5i No. 7 Leaves Corvallls I' Arrives at Albany No. 11 (Sunday oaly) Leaves CorvaUli .. t,l Arrlvea at Albany Jl Si No. 12 (Sunday on'y- Lonvoa Albans ",1 Arrlv.ia n Corvallls . 1 'I For further InforwaUoa Mj WM. McMUmAV, Gen. Pom. Agt., PortlM J no. M. Scott, AMt. 0, M Oregon Electric Railway TIME CARD LeaUng 81. Portland and intermMW local ' : Portland and intermedl' lnal ' ' West Woodbura. Wll-N atln. Portland. HmlWa J Portland and Inwrmeaww -.i 11 n Tlni-Mnnil nnii IntSrmeiUt lru.nl ' West Woodbura, WIlM"! tin, Portland. IIraM ' n.tl.nt anil IntCrBieii' ,UUT . $$ local .... Arrlvinc St- ruiuuuu -m - . .a Innn I Portland aad littrwf: Inonl L Portland. TsahtiB. Wm1 Woodhnrn. llmltea Portland aad laterm looai . ,y '"?T"r;r?.4 WOOaBHrn. j Portland aad tatr' j looal OCT. CHICHESTER'S PILLS 1 lA6.". BKAM, A I sstaBTKTsoxmiw, jjjk wiv rjT? Mr ""A . , PnttiMUl OX aioauir - - m,. r!nn.l m-iitl . D..r-iliad jtv-" jaro the Ut Investment for the poo-day aB,i Frtday l TkHrldU CorrtB H0UI8TER fecky KMwtain Tta riuls , A 9?I & By Pit. Sctsjt Q4i Km! ul 8ti ! I iCiiU!?. pi For ReptvMtutatlve. Please annouuee that I am a can dldata fer rDrosntativt from Ma-! fAlintv etiKIAt (ku .lAAltAn T Tuosday. e - Vor U!:JT' ..J Satarf jauiwi; - - m- l P. Uw"" ..A " m vit ms m 01 T. m. 'oa count)-, subject to tho decision j 1 " :ruAtB,t THEAVi of the Rejiubllcin voters at the prl mane to ba hold April 17. H nom-J tnated and elected, shall support thol People's choice for U. S. senator. . ie. ne$iry and luxurious asnroBrta- !oaf c5fr:L X, ' m it; Uv t Mfrth M'tc di h-. !fe tv !?tl- 5 A tloa. o. 1 HATTKBEan. 1 Ari "1" m mm m. tuxm nm illvte, 6rfB Jt( '