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PAIMT OAP1T Ah JOURNAL, 8ALKM, OXUMON, WEDNESDAY, MARCIT 8, 1M.
Are Invited to Visit This Place. rSk This is a view of the laboratory in Lynn, Mass., in which in-AiiE. ritiKnams vcyciau.v. v.u...t.wM.. .., ...Uv. Tfc.rii siirn ? feet lone and 24- feet wide attached, permanently, L the front of the main building which reads as follows : Public Inspection Invited from 8 A.M. to 4 P.M. Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. What docs this sign mean ? if mnns that public inspection of the laboratory and methods of loing business is honestly desired. It means that there is nothing w the I'inkham business which is not " open and above-board." means that a permanent invitation is extended to anyone to I awe and verify the statements made in the advertisements of Lydia Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. l$ Lvdia E. Pinkham s Vegetable Compound made exclusively ton roots and herbs ? Como and Soo for Yourself. Do the women of America continually use as much of it as wc told? . Como and See for Yourself. Was there ever such a person as Lydia E. Pinkham, and is there ley Mrs. Pinkham now to whom sick women arc asked to write? Como and See for xoursell. Is the vast private correspondence with sick women conducted hrwomen only, and arc the letters kept strictly confidential ? Como and Soo for Yourself. Have they really got letters from more than av million women ? Come and See for Yourself. x I' Have they proof that Lydia i, Pinkham's Vegetable Compound lbs cured thousands of these women ? Como and See for Yourself. "" This advertisement is only for doubters. The great army of wmen who know from their own personal experience that no cedicine in the world equals Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound for female ills will still go on using and being benefited by it ; rathe poor doubting, suffering woman must, for her own sake, be Uht confidence, for she also might just as well regain her health. wiHtiaitniHHf HMiienniiiaig TO OPERATE A MOVING PICTURE MACHINE AT IIOME. n. 1. r 1 -- n ........... uuw u, ltCm or my a moving I'lituro Aincmno. Hotr to Mako Dig Monoy nt Entortnlnmonts and AnniBOinonts. Hotr to Obtain Positions Which Pny $35 por Weok. How to Decomo n Finished Oporator. He OIvo Instructions Thnt Aro Slmplo and IntorostlnR. We Havo the Newest Mothod of Tonchlng by Mall. c Send Yon, on Hooolpt of $1.00, Comploto Instructions. We Teach Operators How to Pass All Examinations. We Present tho Loading Film Exchnngo. K(Dr u'm to iiiiii.iii.iiiii.nt Tii..,ii..,ii i,'v..ii..ii,r. .iiwi. .101. .m:t Ea,lr HulldliiB, Scuttle, Wash. 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I .J llll.. .ltl H, fnceot a week's. fc onir iTHRlCE"A"WBEK W0ULD'S regular subscription price X J U00 per your, and this pays" for'lGG papers. We offer - quailed new spaper and H' Capital Journal three mnnflis 56 1 .20 !lailvr-!-i . . . ' - -j wayaai jo rna siy mnnths k2.r i tleck, d" TX U n,y sood for strlctly Cash ,n Advance. Send Z Hmx ' ysia noto or Pay at office of Capital Journal, wo Hnpt. Ion nowed on these terms. Sond remittance to . --...;,, uauy uapuai journal, auiem, wrejjuu. H-Hf llHHgitaii-HH--HHlf 9 GOVERNOR COSGROVE RECOVERS RAPIDLY (United ITcm Leased Wire. Pnso Itobles, Cnl., March 3. Qov- ornor S. 0. Cosgrovo of Washington has struck Biich a rapid gnit on tho road to recovery thnt it was an nounced here today that within a fow days, unless he suffers a relapse, ho will bo able- to assumo the duties of chief executive nt Olyiuplu. Dr. Fnink W. Sawyer, director of the springs where the governor is tak ing ti eminent, is authority for tho Htateinent that the distinguished pa tient is today not far from being a well man. On Thursday night Gov ernor Cosgrovo wns about tho lobby of the hotel here shaking hands with a party of Washington people. Ho is able to walk a Httlo every day. His condition was considerably weakened by his trip to Olympla to tnko the oath of office, but that weakness soon disappeared. PUGS HAD A VERY LIVELY EVENING United Press Leased Wire. Los Angeles, March 3. Fight fans today arc of the opinion thnt the ton round go between Frank Plcato and George Mcmulc last night at Naud Junction was one of the hottest events pulled off In Los Angeles. The fight was u no-declslon affair and" opinion Is divided as to which man won. The new papers today called the right a draw and dlrfsatls factlon over tho verdict is largely confined to the betting elonienl which had plated some heavy wagers on the result. Hot preliminaries made the entire card attractive. Fred Corbett and Kid Tox fought 10 rounds to a draw; Johnny Hugo bent Young Turner in six rounds, and Chester Moss boat Charley Butler In four rounds. MEXICAN VOLCANO GETS A MOVE ON City of Mexico, March 3. Tho for mation of a now crater on Mount Colima, by tho oruptlon of rocks and lava from the volcano, was roported In dlBpntchcs recolved horo today from thnt district. Tho activity of Colima was accom panied by Bovoral tomblors, which so far, havo dono Httlo damage Frequent onitbursts of roJUot rocks and ashes from tho volcano woro observable, and lava pourod from Its sides. Tho oruptlon showed no Indications of subsiding. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 'RAN A BLIND PIG (United I're Leiuod Wlrc.J Astoria, Or., March 3. Justlco of tho Peaco John Hanson, who, aside from hla official dutlos, condiucts a cigar stand, Is smarting today un dor flnos aggregating $3000, Do causo ho had alno been tho proprietor or "blind pigs." Justice Hanson confessed In Judge McBrido's court that ho had violat ed tho law In thnt respect, and wa fined $G00 on tho first offonso. Ho was also lined ?G00 on each one of five remnlnlng charges, but tho court announced thnt theso lines would bo suspended ns long ns tho dofond"st did not engage In tho "blind pig" business again. . o - THE MARKETS SAN FItANCISOO MARKETS. San Frnnclsco, March 3. Wheat No. 1 California club, por contal, $ 1.80 1.82 &; California whlto mill ing, $1.8001.85; northern blucstem, $1.90 1.07; off grades wheat, $1.G51.75; reds, $1.7B1.77. Bnrloy Feed barloy, $1.40 $1.42; common to fair, $1.35 1.40; browing at San Francisco, nom inal at $1.451.50; chevalier, $1.50 1.C0, according to quality. Kggs Per dozen, California fresh, Including cases, extras, 22c; firsts, 21c; seconds, 20 c; thirds, 20c; pullets, selected, 20c. Butter Por pound, California1 fresh, extras, 3Cc; firsts, 33c; sec onds, 30 c; storago, California ex tra, 32 c; storago, eastern, 31 c; Indies, oxtrns, 23 c. Chcono Per pound, California flats, fancy, ICo; firsts, 14c; seconds, 12c. California Young America, fancy, 10c; firsts, 15c, Eastern Now York cheddnrs, fancy, 17 c; Oregon flats, fancy, 14 c; do Young Amor Icn fancy, lGc; California storage, fancy flats, 13c; Orogon flats, fancy, 14 c; do Young America, lGc. Potatoes Per contal, Early Hose, $2; river whites, fancy, $1.40 1. GO; No. 2 (water soaked stock), $1.00 $1.25; Lompoc Burbanks, $1.852; do Snllnns, $1.G01.75; do Orogon, $1.G51.75; Bweot potatoes, por crato, $1.G51.75; do por sack, $1.15. ' Onions Por snek, Orcgons, $1.75 2.00. Ornngoa Por box, nnvols, standard $1.25 2.25; fancy, $2 2. 50; tan gorlnos, half orange bdxco, $11.50; mandarines, per box, 75c$1.00. PORTLAND MARKET. WhentF rfrack frlccH. Club $1.00 Bluostom $1.10 Turkoy red 98c Rod Russian 90c Valley $1.00 Flour. Patents $5.45 Straights $4.75 4.85 Exports $4.00 Vnlloy $5.25 Graham, 1 Y sack $5.00 Wheat, wholo $4.05 Ilyo $6.50 Barley. Food $8.00 Oats. No.,1 Whlto $35.00 Gray .". $34.00 Hay. Wlllnmotto val. fancy tImothy$lG.00 Wlllamotto val ordinary. .. .$13.00 Mlxod $18.00 Eastern Orogon, fancy $17.50 Alfalfa $15.00 Clovor $ 1.00 Cheese. F. O. Twins 15lGc F. Cv Triplets 16l0c Young America 17c Cream brick 1820c Swiss, block 18 20c Llmburgor 1820o o Retail Market. J- Flour, por saok $1.25 Eastern Oregon $1.50 ' Bran, por Back 95c' Shorts, por sack $1.35 (J. 1.50 1 Wheat, por bu $1.05 1 Rolled $29.00029.50 Browing $27.50 Local Wholcsnlo Market. t Wheat, per bushol 90c Oats, per bushel 45c ' Flour, hard wheat $5.45 Flour, valloy . . . . $5.20 Mill feed, shorts . .N. $32 Mill feed, bran $30 Hops, 1908 crop 5 7c Hops, 1907 crop 23c Chlttlm bark 3 5c Wool, coarso 13c Wool, medium 15o Mohair 20c Hay, cheat : $13.00 Hay, clovor $12.00 Potatoes, bushol 40 45c Apples, bushel 50o$1.00 Onions, por cwt ; ... 85 90c Prunes, por pound 1344c Cranberries, Howe's variety, bbl $13.00 Butter and Eggs. Eggs IGo Butter, creamory 36c Butter-rat 3Gc ChoeBO, twlnB 15o "My throe year old boy was badly constipated, hud a nigh fovor and was In awful condition. I gavo him two doses or Foley's Orlno Lnxatlvo and Wio noxt morning the rovor was gono and ho was entirely well. Foley's Orlno Laxatlvo saved his lire." A. WolkiiBh, Caslmor, Wis. J. C. Perry. Coffee The kind that makes the break fastreal Coffee through and through always tho same. Your grocer will grind it bettor if ground at homo not too flno. SPEND YOUR HOLIDAY VACATION AT PASO R0BLES NATIONAL OFFICER MACCABEES HERE U E. Slslcr, supremo record keopor or tho order or Maccabees, arrived in the city Inst night and will talk for tho good of tho order at Holman hnll this ovonlng. Ho Is at tho head or an organization with throo hundred thousand mombors, nnd with sovon million dollars assets. It Is expected that thoro will bo hundreds ot visit ing mombors horo irom Portland, Al bany, Corvallls, Jefferson, Turner and other places. A grand program Tor tho visitors Is being prepared. 1 o Ten Years of Eczema. Reports on eczoma dating back 10 yoara ahow tho valuo of oxtornnl troatmont. Tho Capital Dnug Co. of tit's olty can toll any sufforor what roports thoy havo bcon Letting from patlonta who uaod o'l of wlntorgreon, thymol and glycorlno in liquid form, i compounded !n D 1). D. Prescrip tion. It would be Intoroatlng to know whothor any porson curod w much as ton yours ago has had an other touch of tho dlsoatio. If comploto rest and most porfect conditions Imaginable for naturo euro aro what you neod, opond your holidays at Paso RobloB Hot Springs, California. A weok or two, and even a fow days thoro will accomp lish moro In tho way of restored energy than a much longer period nd moro oxponslvo troatmont olso whoro, becnuso good old Mother Na ture Is nurso and phyBlclan. Paso Robles Is taking tho same rank In Amorlcn and enjoying the tamo fame for wonderful euros that Carlsbad and Bndon linden do In b'uropo. Tho hotel Is a marvol of :omfort and luxury, and tho both aouso built by tho city, froo to all, s said to bo ono of tho bcBt In tho world. It Is a stubborn allmont and a hopolcss condition of physical breakdown that tho mineral waters and hot mud baths of Paso RobloB alii not hoal In n short time. Call on agent at Salem for do crlptlvo booklets ot Paso Roblos, and ho will also toll you all about rates. Wm. Mc MURRAY, 12-2 4-tf O. P. A. 8. P. Co. f I f ft 999 A Religions Author's Statement. itov. Joseph H. Fospormnn. Salis bury. N. C who Is the author of several books, wrltes: "For sovoral yoars I was afflicted with kldnoy trouble and last wlntor I wns sud denly stricken with a savero pain in my kidneys jfnd wnB confined to bed eight days unnblo to got up without assistance. My urino con tained a thick whlto sodlmont and I passed same froquontly dny and night. I commenced tnklng Foloy's Kidnoy Romody. and the pain grad ually abated and finally consod and) . w 1. t my urine uocnme normal, i ciiuuj- fully rocommond Foley's Remedy." J. C. Perry. o Mlllstuffs. Brnn $20.50 Middlings $33.00 Shorts, country $31,00 Shorts, city $30.00 Chop $22.00 Dressed Meats. Hogs, fancy 78c Hogs, ordinary 6 7c Picnic 10c Hogs, largo 5c Voal, oxtra 9 10c Veal, ordinary 7 8c Voal, hoavy , Gc Mutton, fancy 6 7c Cottago roll lie Breakfast 1521c Regular short clears, smoked... 13c Ditto, unsmoked 12c Clear backs, smoked 13c Shoulders lie Poultry. Kldnoy ' Chickens, mixed 12 13c Hens, fancy 1 3 1 4o Roostors, old 10c Tho goldon orostod wron 1h tho smallest ofBrltlsh birds. It Is throo and a half inches long nnd sovonty two of them weigh one pound. Hurry and Worry are twin causes of many ail ments that affect the stomach and nerves. Keep the diges tion strong and the nerves steady by the timely use of BEECHAMS PILLS Sold Ererywhere. In boxe 10c. and 28. EARTHQUAKE KILLS 150 NEAR JERUSALEM ' Smyrna. March 3 An earthquake destroyed the vlllago or Masram, near Jerusalem, killing 150 persons, according to dispatches received here today. Brollors and fryers 1617e i Dressod poultry, 1 cent pound high k" h) moE faAx ""m." 999 IB JM TIIK COMEDIAN ! you enjoy so much will entertain you evory night li you have an Edi son talking machine. So will iht singer you admlro, the orator to whose words you love to listen. Stop In and near them for nothing. And you can have them in your own home for very little moro. An Edison talk lug machlno-brlngs tho theatre right in your home. SAVAGE & LAURENCE 247 N. Commercial St. Phone 1187 AJ52"'a-bJe CATARRH Ely's Cream Balm .&vs Is quickly absorbed. Gitei Relief at Once. Itclonnesj, boothes, henls and protects the ilifioaw d :iK-r-brnno rtkultin fnnn Catarrh and drm-a nwav a Cold 111 the Head .lukuy. kc. hay FFWFR stores tho Seuavs of llH I T & - Taste nnd 8uu 11. Full size 50 cU., at Drug gUts t-r by mini In liquid form, 75 cents. Civ Brothers, 60 Warren Street. New York. mbaiw: rgWSKH M itvtH JijSr, .-iSFi Y,l n'f xl V." ' Lr.wwtii - $9 or. Ducks 1516c Geese, llvo 10llc Turkeys 17 18c Dressed 2023c Butter. Fancy 3637o Choice 30c Store 1820c Eggs. Extras 21 22c Eastern 30 36c Potatoes. Buying prices, per cwt. .1.25 1.30 I Sweots. cwt 2.50 I Fresh Fruits. Oranges ?23 'Lemons f 3.0005.00 Grapes, crate ?G7 Pears, box 75cf 1.00 Cranberries, barrel . .$14.0015.00 Bananas, pound &&Mi Si'- dfiH3K99w vtSl Zii9W 9mmM I iJJH i9HBHHH9S9HR9HI LIMliVSUIil'IIUR SOLUTION J Nlngara, tho trlod and proved 32 tost. Pricos on appli cation. Spoclal No. 2, guaran- J tood 30 tost, at $0.60 por 10- J gallon barrol, full measuro at Salem. Mndo only by Orogon Spray & Gaa Co., Portland, Or. Hood River Spray Mfg Co. Hood RIvor, Or. On Sato at Z Salem by H. P. Chaso, succes- J sor to Chaso & Skalto. Golden Rulo Bazarr, Mrs. B. T. Swart, proprietor. 4-m 233 S. COMMERCIAL Sr DR. STONE'S Drug Store The only cash drug store in Ore gon, owes no one, and no ono owei it; carries largo stock; Its shelves, counters and show cases are loaded with drugs, medicines, notions, toilet articles, wines and liquors of all kinds for medicinal purposes. Di. Stone Is a regular graduate In mcd Iclno, and has bad many years of ex perience In tho practice. Consulta tions aro free. Prescriptions are free, and only regular prices for medicine. Dr. Stono can be louad at hia drug store, Salem, Or., from Onions, por cwt $1.25 1.60 7 in tlte morning until 9 at algfct. SAM CASTO FAMOUS HORSE TRAINER. Is now located at Canby Oregon, tho bcBt winter quarters in tho Norta west for trnlniug and dovoloplng young horses. Sam has room for a fow moro prospocts, either for tho road or track and would llko o communlcato with anybody wishing tholr horse trained, Mr. Casto is conceded to bo tho best colt man In tho West and his succoss on tho Sa eom track bears out this statoment. Terms reasonablo and satisfaction guaranteed. Addresc SAM OASTO, Canby, Oregon. the TRIPLEX DA0 Four Rags in One Simple, strong, stylish, serviceable. First It's a puree. A twist of the wrist anil It's a humllmg and music portfolio combined. Unroll a bit fur thor and you havo a small satchel. For sulo by Elsie L. Goodhuo, agent. Phono 768. 2-lG-lmo Great Chinese Doctor h. M. H U M Hub medlcluu which will cure au; known disease He makes a sptcli ty of, and guarantees to euro Catarrh Asthma, Lung, Throat, Uheumatlsm, Debility, Stomach, Liver, Kidney Troubles; also any blackened or swollen soreness, broken Umba; Smallpox; Epidemic; all hinds of Dolls, Lost Manhood, Female Weak ness, Hornls Troublos and Paralysis Consultation free. Garo of YIck So Tong Co., Chlnwe drug and hwfos. 15S High St., upstairs, 81 ow, Or. I H :t IS a 1 !'