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V hAftr oIpitAl foftitNAL, aAlem, Onfedos, Tuesday; march si, ieofl " "jii i Mnla .v. :?LT" T?Tg?.ap-rarAtf-invfir?i '- .- ..w. .. -- .- - T . - ; id! law I 1 Mtl a& pM: it t ' ' u WJ tool' .ID 8d r i tr (Tc u ;tb' Ca'"' J 3t.t .. ft .-'". .-iiS ?'i 7 1 .iV JUWOIBST FOR THE ARMORY HILL Referring to the bill passed by m list legislature to appropriate ,5 000 a year for four years to d armories for the National d of the state, which will be fitted to the people for approval rejection at tho coming election, . '.. norMnont ito inquire If lhe people understand tho terms of h bm and tho necessity that ox L for this appropriation. The In wue of values In tho stato is nth that It Is almost Imposslblo for wmpantes, outside of Portland, inere a fine armory has been pro ved by Multnmah county, to find it hrvuBlne for tho amount al lotted by the state for compnny ox ftucs. Many armories now used are mere barns, wholly unfitted for tkelr pnrpoac. Tho United States lorernmcnt Is now furnishing nenr U ill of tho military equipment for He state troops, amounting annual ly to moro than fifteen thousand dollan and every captain is res ponsible under his bond, for over IS00O of U. S. property, which ho hi no moans of properly caring lor; a great deal of this property hi ilrcady unaccountably dlsai' ' Mired, for. under these clrcum- juncej, to hold an officer financial- t responsible for nil the property -wd him and yet provldo him no ignite means of protecting or nriag for It does not scorn to tho liy mind to bo right or Just. Tho nosey provided for In this bill is store of a loan tl-.nn nu outright np- jprutlon, ns it provides tnat rent ihi be paid to tho state by each irasoinr for iise of the armory. Tho WEjinles to bo provided with ar- laorlei under this act aro now pay- about $5000 n yonr In ronUi Mi will In about thirty years' return tho wholo nmount to m itate treasury. It la tho policy illle Military Board that ovory whero a company oxlsts tho nd shall bo provided for by tho ins of that town and when com W the building and ground will ul to tho stato and Incronso In with tho IncroaBo of iionulu- a ltd business, so that In tho the statu will loso nothing and make money on tho trannnc- Tho way In which tho money folded, 125,000 u year, mnkos nippreclablo tax which no ono can possibly fool, whllo tho 'fit to tho Btnto will bo onorm- t ttato militia Is not only n i tor Instruction In tho mllt- ut and propnratlon for war. JKisone of the very bout schools iMd rltlrenshlp. Thoro Is linrd- itltiien h the state but what we b-en benoflttod nnd his Rtr and auofulneis Incronsod a term In tho stato guard. rising Generation this kind nt pH Is of Immonio value, bo- ,'wii. mo defouso of tho coun r'u r,wt n tho pooplo. When "iiaingn are completed they Ptlr benefit the state guard nwnei will bo tholr homos, Krjr chib rooms, whero l9t only meflt 9n,i jm ...., M tholr games and atlilotlc "d social functions. Rn J t0 keep ijp interest and Q lu the unpaid military hS, 8 w, "avr Pro fcM?Clent arniy to relievo them -i necessity and our people 'Uketho samo nrldo tho la seeing to it that ovary Z .. m,l,tar' duty 'a " tialned n m that ma ,"::.. ""! ?.''. y Place to eto! ham)orlng and , g the tten who are tr,. 10 Sive their time to 'on and so .!, .I, lnatimahtn ...i L troubl, does come. , -vjoud encourage and aid jw "-' Adjutant Gen. W Stat, Army to fHee lue ""lowing v armhH READY TAIL.OREDJCL.OTHCS rwiT WtLL DRESSED IV1 IC SWI -r - MEN. s- i Sifa S i M 'ti.ii l II ii" fc fr71ffyfJ UA ? Is horo' i a?1 to obtain and rJl9 b0lng and comfort Cm ,...w-1 as or their 708 The- 1 T "aU a of the 1U4 taM w,aua has been ... tamuri!tiA- r ufc k .v in- hlto ion of fit9 tlAJ b. . t 0; ""mum. and f to u " "4 s. it does .... -wasoi!iki 4- KV?116 duties Iui!: th' ttlUa and r . rS Jts fur. PRICE RANGE &20 T $40 ("WBWWMBMslMslsB 1 BANK TALK No. 10 By .the UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK, Salem, Or. AN ACCURATE RECORD In tho United Stutos nrmy and navy, nn nccurnto record is kept of each man's gi.m Bcoro during tnrgot practice. A check account will record accurately your financial trans actions. Your bank book Is tho score sheet, each chock you lssuo Is concluslvo evidence of tho money paid. 13o nccurnto in business. A chock account will glvo you ex actness, THE TEST Rollablo automobile makers test ovory pleco of motal that comos to tho shop. This means bottor machinery, fewer accidents nnd safety for tho man thnt rldos In tho car. Kvory chock that you lssuo Is closely oxamlned when it comes to tho bnul; for payment. This precaution Is for your benefit. Wo employ trnlnod oin-coi-s to guard you against errors. A chock account Insures you Bafoty at all times. A close bank connection will bo nn arivrfntngon to you In moro wnyn than you think. Try It. M. W. MA'AHI), CiiKhler. BEER PROMOTES TEMPERANCE Recognized as a Food Product, and Sofc Dealt With by the Government 1 r Is being r'ocognized tho world over that the drinking of beer promotes temperanco and sobriety to a far greater extent than All tho prohibition laws on tho otatuto books. , All enlightened European nntlons nro oncouraglng tho manu facture nnd consumption of 'light boors containing about three and one-half por cent alcohol, and tho rosult has boon most gratifying to all slncoro lovon; of tempornnco. Tho United Stntos government has takon a posltlvo stand In this direction, tho war dopattmont holding that tho rc-ostnbllslilng of tho nrmy cantoen for tho snlq of beer bolng nn absoluto neces sity in tho Interest of tompernnco and sobriety. Beor Is today recognlzod ns u "Food Product," and Is so dealt with by tho government. All tho groat Innurnnco compnnios nave contrndlcted tho lies that havo boon glvon currency through prohibition sourcos that tho drinking of beor was a bar to scouring Insurance, and havo lately published .to tho world at largo tho statement that tho30 drinking boor modorately (not moro than two quarts during twenty-four hours) woro tho very beet of risks. Tho latest British life Insurance reports show that tho ratio of death rato among abstala ors Is thirty por cont greater than among modorato drinkors. Boor is puro and wholosomo, and tho day is not far distant whon it will bo as much a part of tho dally subsistence of ovory family as aro milk, bread and other food necessities. Tho beor browed by tho Salem Browory Association is In every sense tho yery best that modorn enterprise can produce. It speaks for UbcU and is its own best advertisement, Southern Pacific R. R Time Card Time Cai-d No. 5SJ Effective SiaiadHjr December 20th, 12.01 A. M. Toward Portland Passenger. No. 1C. G:53 A. M. Oregon Express No. 18.-8:40 A. M. Cottago Grove Passengor. No. 12.-2:45 P. M. Roseburg Pas sengor. No. 14.-9:13 P. M. Portland Ex- press. Townrd Portland Freight. No. 2225:00 P. M. Portland Past Prolght. No. 22010:40 a. m., way frolght arrlvos. No. 22611:28 a. m way frolght departs. Toward San Francisco rassenjecr. No. 11. 11.03 A. M. Roseburg Pai oongor. No. 17. G:4G P. M. Cottago Qrove Passengor. No. 15. 9:56 P. M. California Ex press. No. 13. 2:01 A. M. San Francisco Express. Toward San Francisco Freight. No. 221.-2:43 A. M. Portland Fast Freight. No. 22511:28 A. M. Way-Freight SALEM BREWERY ASSOCIATION SALEM, OREGON t ft ff 0:30 a.m. 7:10 a. m 2:15 p. m 2:55 p. m 6:00 p.m. 6:40 p. m. New and Artistic Trimmed Hats ADVANCED SHOWING Tho women who want medium-pricod hats will bo more than pleased with our display. The materials purchased from tho larg est Import housos in America,! quantities that insure us the very boat quotations. Trimmed by our own trimmers. Enabled us to make this great showing of popular-prlcod ladies' hats. OREGON'S OPP O RTUNITY COLONIST RATES from nil parts of tho United Stntot and Cnundn to nil parts of Orecon nnd the Northwest vlll b0 put into effect by THE OREGONRAILROAD & NAVIGATION CO. and SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY ' (Lines in Oregon) DAILY DURING MARCH AND APRIL, 11)08. From tlw Prlclpnt Cities of the Middles West tho Rates will, Jim hs Fallows FROM TO SALEM FROM TO SALEM CHICAaO 38 COUNCIL BLUFFS ....$30 ST. LOUIS jp35 OMAHA 30 KANSAS CITY jJ30 ST. PAUL $30 Corresponding Rates from all other Eastern points. Stopovers at plcnouro nt all points in Oregon. Tho Colonist Rata Is tho greatest of nil homcbuIUlcr.M. Oregon Iw.i unlimited resources and needs. moro pcoplo who destro homes and larger opportunities. Artificial Flowers In great variety. Never before have we shown such a beautiful selec tion, and aH popular prices. Cheaper to Get A new up-to-date hat, than to have that last year's one made over TIME TABLE COlWAijLip & EASTERN It. R, Trains fxm and to Yaqulna. No. 1 Arrives at Corvallis . . . .11:00 a. m. Arrive at Albany 6:56 p.m. Loaves Yaqulna 0:45 n. m. Yi'rivos at Albany . . . . .11:58 a. m No. 2 Leavo- Albnny 12:35 p. in Arrives at Yaqulna .... 6:15p.m. Trains to and from Detroit, Leaves Corvnllis ...... 1:40p.m. No. 3 Loaves Albany 7:30 a.m. A. M. 0:00, a7:05, 8:05, 10,05. Nu. 4 Leaves Detroit 1:00 p.m. follows, commencing Jan. 10, 1908' Trains for Corvallis. No. 8 Leaves Albany 7:55 a.m. Arrives it Corvallis ....8:35a.m. No. 10,. Loavoa Albany 3:55 p.m. Arrives at Corvallis ... 4:35p.m. No. 6 Loavoa Albany 7:45 p.m. Arrives at Corvallla .... 8:25 p. m. Trnlus for Albany. No. 5 Loaves CorvalllB Arrives at Albany No. 9 Loavo3 Corvallis Anivoa at Albnny No. 7 Loaves Corvnllis , Arrives at Albany No, 11 (Sunday only) Loavoa CorvalllH 11:15 a. m Arrives at Albany 11:58 a.m. No. 12 (SunJay only) Leavns Albany 12:35 p.m. Arrives at Corvallis .... 1:18 p.m. For further information apply to WM. MeMURRAY, CJen, Pass. Agt., Portland, Oregon. Jno. M. Scott, Asst. O, V. A, Oregon Electric Railway Company TIME CARD Leaving Salem. Portland and Intermediate stations, local 6:15 a. m. Portland and Intermediate stations, local 8:05 a. m. West Woodburn, WHsenvlllo, Tual atin, Portland, limited 9:30 a. m. Portland and Intermediate stations, local 11:03 a. m. Portland and Intormodlato stations, local ..,..,.2:30 p. m. West Woodburn, Wilsonville. Tuala tin, Portland, limited 4:02 p. m. Portland and intormediato stations, local 5:35 p. m. Arriving Salem. Portland nnd intormediato stations. local 8:35 a. m. Portland and Intermediate stations, looal 10:46 a. m. Portland, Tualatin, Wllsonvllle, West Woodburn, llmltod ..11:15 a. m. Portland and intermediate stations, local 1.25 p. m. Portland and Intermediate stations, local 4:50 p. m. Portland, Tualatin, Wllsonvllle, West Woodburn, limited., 6:47 p. m. Portland and Intormediato stations, local 7:60 p. m. Oregon pcoplo can accomplish splendid results by heralding this opportunity to nil tho world. Send Oregon Htornturo giving good rollablo informationnbout tho state, far and wldo. Call on tho abovo railroads for It if noccssary. FARES CAN BE PREPAID Horo at homo if dC3lrcd. Any ngont is ntthorizod to nccopt tho required deposit and telegraph ticket to any point. Call on local agent or address, WM. MeMURRAY, General PaHHcngcr Agonr, Portland. Oregon. nmMtmwimiwwwtwninimiiit Don't read this unlosa you nro In need of soma of theso articles, and wish to snvo money by buying thorn nt a bargain. Until March 30, In ordor to mo i'o tor now goods, thoso items will bo offered nt greatly reduced prlcos. ThOBo aro all or standuru uhiku una kuu quniuy. Regular Prlco Ono now 3-inch wagon, comp'oto $Uu.OO Ono now buggy, bost make. 130.00 Ono now buggy, host mako. 95.00 Ono now runabout ,22 Ono now disc harrow 22.00 Ono now Tlgor drill 90.00 Ono now Fvuckoyo binder 1p2'22 Ono now Buckoyo mowor , Jjp.OO Ono now Buckoyo rnko jj-00 Ono now Davis croam sopnrator ..... 100.00 Ono now 14-Inch Rock Island Clipper stool plow.. 10.50 Ono now 12-lnclv Rock Island Cllppor stool plow.. 17.50 Ono new 10-lnch Rock Island Cllppor Hteol plow.. 13.50 Ono now handmado light express 2r'22 Onn nr vi linnihnniln llirht OXlrOBB s . . 75.00 AIbo Becond-hnnd cultivator, mowor ana mio nt a unrgniu. SInglo-troo8, doublo-troos, neck-yokes, dashboards, cunhlons, nt n 30 por cont reduction. ...... Au assortment of about $1100 worth of paints, lend, oil, var nishes and ntaliiB will bo pnt on snlo. 1 will ulno soil on commission nny Imploment or vohlclo which you mny wish to dlspnso of, nt any time, GEORGE B. JACOBS Snlo Prlco $ 95.00 100.00 80.00 42.50 17.50 72.50 135.00 48.50 20.00 65.00 16.00 13.50 11.50 60.00 00.00 jt Corner Pine and Front St. HALEM. OREGON litiWWilfct(mHMIimitllHmHhiimiHtilHIIHliiWiliW YOU'LL ENJOY A DRIVE In ono of our rigs Just ns much as If you owned it. Moro,, in fact, for you wlM havo all tho plen&uro and only a moro fraction of tho oxponso of a privnto atuulo, You aro not llmltod lu your chotco of a turnout, oithor. Our livery sorvlco can sup ply anything you rcqulro, from .n runabout to a coach and team. How can wo sorvo you? FASHION STABLES, C. W. Yiimiko, Prop. 131-137 N. High St'. Phono Main 44 ri 1l 4L -iiV Lf i - ii - s-T ?la-J!L Mlf. . zm BOSTON.BROWN BREAD FLOUR Is Self-f Mag. It makes Genuine Brown Bread, Toothsome Quick Biscuit, and a GLO.RIOUS BOILED PUDD Sold by Al Grocers O C T Co Steamers Pomona M& Oivronls leave for Portland Meadsy, "Weuvf day and Friday at 10 a. m. and Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 6 a. m. For Corvallis, Tuesday Thursday and Saturday about 6 p. m. M. P. Baldwin, agent Ottoe and dock at foot of Trade itreot M. P. DALDWI.V, Ageat. HAVE AN EARNEST C4RE For tho comfort of tho folks at homo. Bundlo up tho family washing and phon No. 25 early Monday for us t to sond a wagon lor tho clothes. Wo will savo you money, worry and discomfort, nnd Ravo tho clothos, as woll. They will como back to you fresh, crisp and clean. WE DO IT RIGHT The Salem Steam Laundry THE LAUNDRY THAT KNOWS HOW KMftTTTXWHIRm ROSTEIN & GREENBAUM 240-246 Commercial St THEAVENUE Creams, 1cm, clfarj aa4 eoafM Ions. Corner of STatatk aad LIME AND SULPHUR SPRAY DEPENDABLE BRAND niwufactured by GJdeo Stolz Cofflpony, Cor. MM and Svmmr Sfs SALKM, OREGON PHONE MAIN 29, We guaranteo this spray to bo a strictly puro lime and sulphur solution, test 29 to 31 Baume. For sale by FLETCHER &RYRD, D. A. WHITE SONS, TILL. SON A CO., W, D. GILBERT A CO. AND AT FACTORY, Prlco IS.50 per barrel; $1.50 credit for barrel, if returned. 1 i t m r: k i iv m i - m M ,.cS (Asylum areasia. N. u. iaakar. yra priator. 'i government.