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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON. TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 1008
4 TOURNAL EDITORIAL PAGE 2 THE CAPITAL JOURNAL tb, IIOPER, Ed. HHd Prop. An Independent Nowppcr DoTOlcd to Atncricnn Principle and tfacTrogroM nd Developement of All Oregon. Pubtlticd Krerjr Evening Kxcopt Sunday, Salem, Ore. BURSCRIPTION RATES. (Invariably In Advance.) 0Hy, b7crrfor, per year...... W.00 Tcr month ...60c Hr,'t,r'J"i Pr year. ......-, . 4.00 Per month ...35c Webly, -by wall, per year 1.00 Sir tnontbi .........Wc SPECIAL DELIVERY. Tar c urcalonca of aubscrlbera brnnch dellvory office ar lttfc t tho following places at SB conts por month, $1.60 for tftrM . . . .. ,..., Asylum Btore, F. G. Do voo & Hon, Asyium avohuo juucuuu. 'Carllno, Seventeenth Btrcot o A. W. Lane, Garden Road Btore. 3)aa'B Store, Alex, Dauo, South Commorclal street. Electric Store, C. M. Epploy, EaBt State street. JFalr Grounds 8toro, Harrison Dee, Pair Grounds Road. Mowell's Corner, Twelfth and Cross streots. O. K. Grocory, A. A. Engloba t, Twoirth streot. Wheeler's Storo, W. D. Wheeor, Highland avenue. Yew Park Stor , P. G. Dower ox, Twoirth and Leslie. f We Protect! l r-m ,., I , , A .,.,. rtll fll tnu uuuiuy uiiu ouvu an the aroma and strength by packing f SJ35Jfcii3 ' CoffM ?fef Folder's mm M- Golden Gate Coffee in aroma-tight tins. Sold on merit No Prizes; No Coupons No Crockery. J. A. Folrfer OTA Co., San franelie I, miM MARION COUNTY STATE- tho Republican nominees for U. S. MliNT NO. 1 TICKET. senator . -' Thcroforo tho HUpport of Stnto- Do our renders fully reallzo what ment No. 1 candidates nt tho prl- R, moans to hnvo thin ticket noml- mnry nnd nt tho ensuing olcctlon aatod and elected 7 JRECOMES THE HIGHEST DUTY In tho first plnco no ono questions or REPUBLICANS. Tut what THAT TICKET WILL HE, Tho pooplo hnvp a right to do- ULECTED IP IT IS NOMINATED, maud that cnndldntoa for tho login MORE HOME-SEEKERS THAN SINCE YEARS What n Prominent Salem Ronl lis- tutu Pinn, Who Advertise lit This Paper, Huh To Say. Tho results of tho boosting bolng ovory mall onqplrlcs as to land, and a remnrkablo dogrco by tho real cb- It Is vory doubtful If men of nny( laturo Bhall plodgo thomBolvoH to tato flmiB, all of whom claim to rty can ho found to nun against, voto for tho cholco of tho people. vo had moro EaBtorn homo-seokf Tho Orogonlnn nor nny Stntomont jers, principally from Kansas, at No. 1 loador wIII.ro on rocord ns.tnoir omcoa during rno pan wook party Stntomont No. 1 .tlckot If It ratlllod Al tho primary election on April 17. Thin h not becauao DomocrntB wnnt to holp Ro)ubllcans but be cause there Is A VAST MAJORITY OP PEOPLE OP ROTH PARTIES TVHO WANT TO TAKE THE SE- saying that ho Is opposed to olcct Ing flontitors by tho direct voto of tho pooplo. THEY ARE UNWILLING, HOW- than over boforo. J. W. Wilson, of tho llrm of Dor by & Wilson, gavo out tho following mighty encouraging Btntemont to a "Journal" ropresontntlvo tl)ls morn- EVER. THAT THE PEOPLE SHALL LECTION OP UNITED STATES ( CHOOSE THE SENATORS OR.lng: HICNATOHH ENTIRELY OUT OP THEY WOULD NOT HE AFRAID) "Tho number of EnHtornors In this tiii.'. tiANim nil" the TiiTJiHLA rr havm a pan'ihiiate take town at tho prosont Is remnrkablo. TURK? Rut thorn Ib ii greater prlnclplo Involved within tho Republican parly HhoU. It Is a well-known fact that tho no-enllod loadem In tho party at Portland and over tho ptato dollb ortituly atartoil out to mako tho IorIhIuMyu Utikota themselves In old fashioned conventions. That wnH tho plnli In Marlon county, and IT DID NOT PAIL POR 1W1CK OP INTENTION ON THE VAUT OP THE MACHINE LEADERS. STATEMENT NO. 1. Thoro can bo noposslb1o objec tion to Stntomont No. 1 men on tho ground of their upholding tho daws on tho subject of oloctlng boh ntori). Thoy nro all llvo of thorn clean men, upholding clonn principled, AND APPEALING TO THE CLEAN CrnENSHIP POR SUPPORT. Thoy cannot bo accused of having Bullish motives beyond wanting to bo olooicd to tho loglslatntro which Is ovary man's right. A Stntomont No. 1 inn cannot It failed because thorp was too trade his vote for any otlloe or for xmiuh wmtlmnnt amoiiK tha rank any commissions, or real oHtato or nd Tile ngalnst the proposition. anything els, HEOAUSE HE DE- On Hhow-down In n convention LiVEHH IT IN ADVANCE TO THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE. A Statement No. I man cannot on to r Into any deals to hold up tho legislature or trttdo his voto on son- ator for appropriations. He lintt burned tho bridge bo- hind him. IIo stands for a clean ticket, for tho American ting and majority ml. THE HOLLOW RING OP THE EMPTIED RAHHEL WILL NOT SOUND IN THE EARS OP HIS CHILDItEN AND GRAND CHIL DREN Tho taint of a money transaction by which tho honorable In tho past have so often hooomo dUhonnrablos will uovor bo on his hnnds. A man may be a dlshnneit mnn on other mattors. HUT ON STATE MENT NO. I HE CANNOT UK DIS HONEST WITH THE PEOPLE. It Is a noticeable fact that tho leaders of the tight on Stntomont No. 1 do not beco in cundldntos for the loglslaturo themselvos. nIUtl by tin maoljlno loaders, and tuimpoHud of ilolqgntwa largoly of Iholr own wlortlnn, TURKU OUT OP TXUR REPURLH'ANS IN MAR ION COUNTY WERE OPPOSED TO A "RETURN TO THE OLD METH ODS OP MAKING IP A LEGISLA TIVE TICKET. Th nuntbor who bullovo In ro turutii to tho old convention ways Bs -very Hiiiall and gtowlng smaller. Th 1)loofly soenoH onaotod In tho Xlcpuhltonn nnd Domnorntlo conven tion hold this yenr In Illinois, Ton TttiSHOk, indlaun, Kentuoky nnd other states brand the convention aystom n Vtuvlug twit lived Its uaofailnosB. The Statement No. X ticket tor tho legislature In this county has fceon pal tip IN SPITE OP THE THREAT OP THE LEADERS TO KNIPE SUCH A TICKET. U can bo aald without fear of contradiction thnt most of thoso leaders voted for John M. Gonrln In 1906 and thoy nre tho ones who vhrlfk loudest about Statement No. 1 men fnvorlng Chamborlnln. There Is no evidence thnt State ment No. 1 men will not at tho pri mary nnd In the olootlon vote for How to Obtain Wealth Is the problem all are nnxtoud to hoIvo. Some aspect to hae It left to tlmm; other sigh because tht-y hav ho rich reiutlvta, but the smart youns uinn or woman of today opens a suylngi nocouit m tho,Sur Way mwrd&obtln lag wwlthv ' . 'I Your iVtngs Will darn three por wnl, ntorH with ms. Smull accouuta welouniu. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK 4m Thoro 'uro live ntrnngors with monoy to buy fnrms horo ovory day now whoro thoro was only ono ovory two or throo dnys laBt year. Thin Ib doubly astounding consldorlng tho pronont llnnnclnrdlstroBseH In tho East and through tho Unltod States guuorully, when monoy for buying, land Is vory scarce "I hnvo done moro bittlnjfl with pooplo coming from otor stntos during tho pnst two or three wooks than I hnvo over done hq'fore In four times thnt period during tho sevon yours I havo bouu In this ally. Ah tho rosult of the good boosting bolng put forth by Sn'om at the pmsent tlino, I am receiving by ovory mnl onqulrlot as to htijd, nnd this morning I received two. lattors. ono from Mlesourl nnd" the other from Kansaa, asking for specific de scriptions of proporty for snle, ono It is expected that when spring proper begins thoro will bo an In flux, the like of which has never occurred boforo. Tho men, whom tho board of irado and booBtora, gonornlly, havo reached aro men with money to Invest In lands, but many letters havo been recolved from Bkllled artisans, such as electricians, civil onglneorB nnd skilled laborers of all kinds, who aro desirous of lo cating and building their homes hero. Anticipating tho rush of home scekers and builders, tho real es tate men will meet at the board of trado room at 7 o'clock tonight for tho purpose of forming a real estate board, which will facllllato tho Boil ing of proportlcs to tho Incomors nnd seeing that they get properly located. Many Portland real estate mon will bo present at tho meotlng and nro anxious to assist in tho or ganizing of tho now commercial body. Among tho home-seokors regis tered at tho hotels and 'Joard of trndo are: at tho Willamette F. J. Fllden, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. Ham, Pad crob, Kentucky; Mr. nnd Mrs. C. W. Moon, noise City; Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Walling, Dolso City, nnd R. W. Harvey, Dos Moines, Iowa. Reg istered miscellaneously F. A. RclckcA't, Sacramento, California; L. G. Wheeler, Seattle; F. W. Thackeray, San Jobo, nnd William G. Blatt, Dotrolt, Michigan. o Rhcnmntlc Pains Relieved. B. F. Crockor, Esq., now 84 yoars of nge, and for 20 years Justlco of tho pcaco at Martlnsburg, Iowa, says: "I am terribly afflicted with sciatic rhoutnntlsm In my loft arm and right hip. I havo used throo bottles of Chnmborlaln'a P(nin Balm and It did mo lots of good." For sale nt Dr. Stono's drug store. In thoco days of, tho wlrolea tolo graph messnges nro caught from tho sky. Soon wo will bo hearing from Home good pcoplo. o A Neighbor of Yonro as well as yourself is llnblo at any tlino to hnvo rheumatism. Wo'ro all liable to havo cuts or burns, bruises or Bcnlds, crick In tho bnck, neck or sido somo kind of an aoho or pain. Then Ifecd this ndvlco nnd toll your neighbors Bnllnrd's Snow Llnlmont rollovoa nil nchos and pains, nnd bonis all wounds. Sold by all dealers. HlryricH iitul Other Animals Take Notice. Tho poniulnmator Is now on duty to arrest violator uf tho city ordi nances In the mutter of bicyclists, dogs, horso', cows, swlno, chlckonB and any nnd all others that muy oc cur. Call nnd nay tho llconso on of tho onqulrors having $3600 bo do-lyour (,0B w A M0ORES. OAJiTOIlIA. Bm the 7 KW Ym Ha"1 Wfll,$ Trial by Jury will be presented nt Albany th week by Dr. Heritage. Weak Little Boys rtuy become fine strong men. Some of (he strong men of to day were sickly boys year ago. Many of them received Scott's Emulsion at their mother's knee. This had a power in it that changed them from weak, delicate boys into strong, robust boys. K has the tame power to-day. Boys and gkls who art pale and weak get food and energy out of SCOTTS EMULSWf. H make cMMren grew, i i "" HIM AM t)rwbte . mU St.. slros to invest hero, and the other about $2000. I am working Jist hh hard as I can every day of the week and 1 would never hnve thought the boosting could have brought the stupendous results It Iiuh. I now enclose Salem circular i with every lettor I sond out, whether It be per sonal or busluoefl. Practically the mmo story was told tho Journal" roportor In all the real estate otllcos. Ellis & Wood report they hnvo had moro bualnee with Grangers during tho 3-2S-31. Recordor. OASTOHIA. fli-an tb rt W Kwl Voti Haw AUais Bwgtt o The New Ycrk Democracy has not I Invited Bryan and has made Gover nor Jonnson of Mluoootn tholr Jef forson day orator. mij tnuu iiiiiu iiu iuu u.ki j imani oi. inoro inusi twsomo roason.tor before. "Just this morning.", this lonc-tlmu popularity and that .U to . , .... . , ,. I l found In Its suponor murlts. When ftted. "thero wore two pooplo In onco given a fair tnai for oak stomuch, weoks boforo. While Mr. Ellis was diseasing the romarknblo influx of easterners with Tho Journal re porter. J. L. .Frooland, a fttrnlturo dealer, broke Into the conversation that he, too. had had more Eastern people lu his storo getting ready to outfit tholr homos As booh as thoy could buy land thnu ho hi ad ever had he stated there within an hdur after I oponed up and stated they weri from Kan sas and wore going to mako tholr homo hero." Up In the roal ostato otllce of H. W. Radellff thoro wore two mon from Oklahoma. W. J. Can yon and IS. A. Shulbley. who had got ten a bunch of Salem Ittoraturo nnd had parked up and route horo Im mediately. Hundreds of letters are being re ceived dally Uy th board qf trade from Interested ttaeterners. tunny replies such as tbe following are received lu answer to the litera ture seat out by that hetly: "New York City. March 24, 190S. Dear Sir: I thank you imioh for the Ittoraturo. I leave for Salem soou; will let you know the exaot dato. Hoptug to see yent In Salem soon. I remain, etc.. I Wallert." This kind of loUor means much to Salem, this partycnlar man brluga with him sevoral thousand dollars to invest In property here Every Making Good. There l no wnv of maklncr Icmtinn niiut f.v iinva ihnn in nnv thrrtoi friends like " Making Good;" and Doctor puat few dns titan in nn inrooj. vleKilfa miHllclniM well oxouipllfy thU, and tholr friends, after more than two d wad os of iwpularlty, are nutnrurcd by the hundreds of thousands. Thuy havo "mad bochI" and thuy have nut mode drunkards. A good, honest, squure-dmi) medlclno of known comuosltlan If Dr. Pierce' QolJen Medical Discovery, It still enjoys an lm inonse sale, while miwt of tli prepara tions that havttcomo into prominence In tho carllor jwriod of Its (Hipularlty have "gone by tho board" and aro novor moro iioaru of. Thoro must foe somo roason.for or for liver and blood atTeiuions. Itn supo- rmr iiiruuvotiii.viiiiKe are soon, manliest; heneo It has survived and grown In pop ular favor, while scores of lo.-w inorltorlous articles have Middcnlv tlahtHl Into fuvor for a brief poriod and thon twen as soon forgotten. For a torpid liver with Its attendant IndlgAst'on. dyspensln, hoadaeho, iwr haps dUzintM. fnuf reatb. nasty coated tongue, with Mwr tnito. Iom of appoilto, with distress aftr atlng, nurvoiikiioss ami iieoiiiiy uoiniiu U so gixnt as Dr. I CANDIDATES CARDS I mmmmmMMmmmmmmmmmmmi (Cards of county candidates $5. Cards for district and stato candi dates $10). POR COUNTY JUDGE OP MARION COUNTY, M. L. JONES. Ropublican, farmer business man and taxpayer. Gardiuato of Willam ette University, Btudlcd law and ad mitted to tho bar. Where ho is best known aro found his strongest sup porters. Among business mon ovory whoro his word is as good aB his bond. Ho stands for a strictly busi ness and economical administration of county affairs. For Representative. I horcby announco myself as a can dldato for tho Republican nomina tion for ropresontntlvo nt tho pri maries, April 17. IP NOMINATED AND ELECTED I SHALL ALWAYS VOTE FOR TnK PEOPLE'S CHOICE FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR. HAL D. PATTON. T horcby announco myself ns u cmdldato for nomination nt tholto publican primaries for county au porlntondont of schools. WALTER M. SMITH. I hereby announco myself as n candidato for nomination nt tho Ro publican primaries for commission er. B. E. ROBERTSON, Tumor, Orogoa. I dcslro to plnco my namo boforo tho Ropublican primaries for n re nomination for County recordor. D. G. DRAGER. I wish to announco to my friends thnt I am a candidato for county trcnouror, subject to the Ropnibllctn primaries. JOSEPH G. MOORE. I horcby announce mysolf a candi dato for county commissioner on tho Ropublican ticket. G. B. HOYT, Jefferson, Ore. I nm a cnndldntoa for ofllco of county Judgo, subject to tho Repub lican primaries, on tho platform of a squaro deal to all. W. W. HALL. At tho roquost of many Republi cans I hnvo docldod to bocomo a can didato for tho nomination for county Judge, subject to the Ropublican prl uiary election. WILLIA5I BUSHEY. ' Pfoplo's choice for r Shall onnon ti .I..K- 1 id necessary nnd in ,. " asl ti tlona. o i? miJN oil iEnE oiiTWtOJ, Oj t J::3 r; ':.:::: rrun.co.v a ' y JUQ8e, ueforelke lican prlraar e ... ' , v. jiariAt. .a -ciii. ,"!v",.8ta.; V11U ierms w"" "'"' i oeueve I 9fl "led ft"- the office for bkh t nnn.1l,lntn . " u'Ca f 1 ..U.uv. U( p TERRt lor Sheriff. I am a candidate for the J """ lor 8ue"ia or Marlon cod .uu iwjjuowcan primaries. H-fr.ld Por Railroad Commki I herewith annoancetayMiff jtcpuDitcan nomination for finmmlflitnnr... . ... " """ "" toil cojjrel m uidirici. Wt A CART For Corufablf, I nm a candidato for the tci tton ror conaublo of Salea ii at tno Ropublican prlmarlet. IHA HAUlLtj For ItcprccnUtlTr. I hereby announce tnr!j candidate for tho Icgtslatare i primnrios, April 17. If mi and elected I will vote for ttil llcnn Unltod Stntcs senator i j hnvo boon elected by the pccfJ FRANK A. TCLNI Por UcnrcscnlatlTA I Hereby announce taytelf 1 candidate for tho nomlnitloat resontatlvo at tho Rcpnbllu: marics, April 17. If nomlsttt elected, I will voto for the R enn cholco for United State tor. LLOYD T. RKT.V0L Por County Commlto Tho undersigned ii a oil for nomination on the Rt;:l tlckot. Strict cconorar la corj fairs Is my platform. JOHN E, LEW Aumnffc I-'or KeprocntallTf. I horoby announce rayse'uj dldnto for the lUpubllcM M TfonWor roprcsentathe at u mnrlotf, April 17. IP NOMIVATKI) AXOEUI I SHALL ALWAYS VOTE H PEOPLE'S CIIOICK FOR STATES SKN'ATOR. A C UBM1 Jtlifl Por Assessor. I hereby announco my candidacy In tho Republican prlmnrles for ns-t sossor of Marlon county; pledging I Just nnd equal taxation. F. J. RICE. I Por County Superintendent. I hereby announco mysolf ns a can didato for County Suporlntondont of Sohools for Marion county, nt tho Republican primaries, April 17. A C. BAKER, Turner, Or DaWltt's Lltllv Early RlKj safe, sure little liver plli H nil drugguw. Graber Bfl For RepretM'iitutivc, Tho undersigned Is a candidate for roprosentntlvo at the Direct Pri maries, April 17. If elected will fa vor business administration and voto for tho people's cholco for United States senator. HENRY J. MILLER. Aurora, Or. Por Treasurer. I hereby announco to tho voters of Marlon county that I am a candidato for county treasuror at tho Republi can primaries; pledging honest, faith ful and Impartial handling of the county funds. WM. STAIGER For Representative, I haraby announo that I will ba a candidate for the Ranubllaan noml- ntlni fM otnt. nAniiManlfiHvA nt thfl Pleroe's Golden M.. ca Discovery. It's' ,,M-wlM . ,, an )Mnat. nhuiv-,;. .1 medlclno with all Pr BSr,t AP"' 17 S. D. ADKINS. Seotta Mills. Or. lu Ingredient pri.i-d on bottlo-wrappor ihj ociT,i, ih n. ous-poous mtiauug, thurrtlorrt littii t ,ut I n L-iihifldif.. il.nt and I the dealvr way ix Jy mako a little big- b-nr iinmv iir Jti your rigut to navo what you ell (oi. nun v ony ur. cm . .- r-avonte FrescrlB- xive a "cure-all." It oman's sikoUU all k women strone and 3 advertised than tion espet'tliiir ii .. t ouiy a4tHi i.r moHU Itmak.. sick wotuu w. ' SQMepnutri. It st.rllB oor .M It ptVkitiiHt m 'nt stood over i . vigor U us; toi Id for llko purioss, Irtues still maintain xmt ranks, where it ites ago. as an In ,11 i .i . t tsmt-thnnlnfr nnrtr. la It Is uiMn.il .... i. .; voirt satisfy thoso wno want " i of ale-uJ lu , Dr. lMrcc I ttii i.utle iv. N although the first pill of their kiuu .he market, still lead. once triM aro ever afterwards Por County CninmlKsioncr. J. T. Beckwith of Sidney precluct. Platferm: Economical business ad ministration and an aggressive policy of constructing permanent highways by tho co-oporatlon of state, county nnd local communities. Good roads are tho beat Invsstmant for the people. day letter of this kind .r received) ?'&J by tho board of trade cguaiAi. ir thoro is not a drop nt MUto. the ortol, ! JLTTf a n- dldate for representative from Ma rlon county, subject to tho decision of tho Ropublican voters at the pri maries to bo hold April 17. If nom inated and elected, shall support the PLUMBING AND GASFITTJi ...... i- nrnmot ii Will B" "- V, oil nrriera. guarB.N work to give vO to bo up to the " ard, WE WILL BE Vl&S fin-E Esrnuns OJ -,. r thOpO9' can v - uf t, of Bar" Bircci, m Store Phne 550, 'V ;. l! fi t3 HICKORTi WW Cough Kc !zrJ2 CoosM. CROL liV soa J2?1!