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WAIIA' CAPITAL JOUKNAL, SALEM, OltEGOX, SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1009. KM T . rt ! I ,jin f nniHH w tai iwfiiii4ittmiiiiiie8ittiti SALEM MAINUrACTURING AND JOBBING HOUSES MR.W.E. CHANCELLOR IN THE DELINEATOR GIVES SALEM A BOOST - .tlVi In tl'io April number of the Do- tainly tiio highest that could come llnoator, thut great Now York rash- to any city In our class, whether In Ion Journal which clrculutcs tho America or abroad, lloro nro the world ovor, appears a com)llmont for, letters; tho city of Suloin, such nH It la the1 "Brooklyn, N. Y. good fortune of very few IocantloH "uoiir wr. unnncoiior. I am a ovor to receive. In an article headed widow with two little children. My "VVhero Shall Wo Live," written by Mr. William HHtnbrooU Chancellor, that Kontloinun dlHciiKHOK (lie advan tages of mill, climate and location, which otiKht to be considered In the purmilt of liualtlt and haillcHH. He touches iilion the advantageu and dls advantaKCH of many localities from tho Atlantic to tho Pacific, and wives sorno Hano advice to those who don't know Just whoro they want to locate. He discusses the problems of people with largo means and small means nnd does It In an InlelllKont way whlch nppcals to thousands of read ers Intorostcd in having happy, per manent homes. In tho course of this two-page artlulu, which Is bountifully Illustrated, ho prints several lottori from anxious ImiulrorM and answers thorn In a very practical manner. from nmoiiK those we take pleasure In quoting. The compliment paid to Hnlom In' this corroHpoiidonco Is cor-1 husband died about a year ago, leav ing only llfo lnsurnnco. Now thut I urn recovering from, the blow I find It neccssnry either to help out the Income from not much ovor ton thou sand dollars by going out to somo employment or else to move awny from tho city. I don't know whero to move, and thero lu no kind of work tlult I know how to do. 1'or- hups I could get Into tho government service. Perhaps you know somo place whero I could live at home with my babies and not have to spend tho capital I have loft. I have traveled only a little. Aro tho civil service examinations hard7 "You know that I will take your advice, and that I shall eagerly await your answer. Very sincerely yours, "HUSAN H. CIIAliMIOHS." To this lottor tho following reply was sent: "Dear Mrs. (' I suppose that "MADE IN OREGON" PATRONIZE A HOME INDUSTRY THE Electric Fixture AND Supply Co. Designers and Manufacturers of Gas, Electric and Combination Chandeliers. Wholesale and Retail. We Save Ore gon Buyers Both TIME and FREIGHT. Wo Invito Comparison of finish and Workmanship With the Output of ANy factory in the United States, OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT Special Designs for Tungsten Lamps SEND FOR OUR NEW CATALOGUE Salesroom, 01 flee. A 2 5 Court St. factory Liberty St. nt if f HHiiif f iiif f immnin m9 i if you studied for u half year hard, In some one definito lino, you could preparo yoursolf to tako an examina tion In that line and would puss. How soon you could then got an appoint ment would depend upon many cir cumstances, none of which you could control. After appointment you could earn perhnps eight hundred dollars, possibly one thousand dollars a year. Hut you would have no timo for your children. There are hundreds of widows with children in the service hero and elsewhere, but fow of them have any such "wealth" as yours. Thero aro several thousand villages in America with from ono to five or six thousuud population whore ten thou sand dollars for three peoplo Is n fortune. In one of thono villages you will discover that your husband pro vided for you well. In most of them you would nol care to live, but some aro attractive, Indeed delightful. Some of thorn have good schools, good churches, good climate and beautiful locations. You will find them ln( Connecticut, In New York, in Kansas, in Oregon and elsewhere. To which ono of these many towns or villages you should go will depend somowhnt upon whether your children nro boys or girls and upon whether you have any relatives for whoso sake you must stay In tho east. You know that in several localities of tho west you cm invest your monoy in mortgages to pay seven and oven olght por cont, safely. Thoro aro not a few villages nnd towns In which you can buy a good hoiiHo with an ncro or more foi a garden at less than two thousand dollars. You can do that In the state capital of Oregon, the beautiful llttlo city of Salem. And your house and your income will bo as good thero as the average of your neighbors. "If you will write mo again in de tail, 1 will give you moro specific in formation. With my regards andj best wishes, believe mo, raltlimliy yours, "V. 12. CHANCHU.OIt." It Is needless to say that Secretary Hofer of the Hoard of Trade has writ ton both Mr. Chancellor and Mrs. Chalmers, and has sent thorn tho beiiutirul souvonlr booklet "The Cherry City "of tho World." He thanked Mr. Chancellor for his vory kindly montlon of tho Capital City, and cordially Invltod Mrs. Chalmers to cast her lot among thoso happy reil, I LUMBER OF QUALITY ONE PRICE TO ALL If you are in need of building material be sure to call and inspect our stock before I buying elsewhere. We are receiving cars daily. If you want lumber of quality here I is the onlv nlace to buv it. If vou are cioina to build this Spring, order the best. CURTISS LUMBER CO m A. It. UAKKIt, Mgr. Salem Vattl. Office JMI) 8. Twelfth St. ('. ('. (JOODAIiK, Asst. Mgr. Salem Van I. I'lione M. t-Hi-f i t i ! iti wma denizens. Kodot for dyspepsia nnd indiges tion will dlgost any kind of food In any combination nt any nnd all times. Keep your stomnoh woll by tnklng Kodol now nnd then. Sold by all driiKBluts. Some poaplo spond go much time In counting, the mllupostH they mlw ' all the wonory. WffrlM-H4-HH4 I HH 8 1 HHi4f I A HellgloiiN Author's .Statement. itov. JoBoph II. Kuspormnn. Salis bury, N. C, who Is tho author of several books, writes: 'For soverult years 1 was afflicted with kidney t rouble and Inst winter 1 was sud denly stricken with a sovore pain In my klduoyu and was conftnod to bed eight days nimble to got up without assistanoo. My urine con twined a thick whlto sediment nnd I I punned sumo frequently day and night. I commenced taking Foley's I Kidney Itemedy. and the pain grnd ' uiill abated and finally oonsed and m urine became normal. 1 chser- full recommend Foley's Kidney ' Itemed.." J. C. Perry, i OASTOIIIA. I BMritt. s? IB hm 'W IU'a w"f DMgW B.uatLn; ( 2:r&5fe EmHk9 f "Hfffc . BSSnSBBm, "f$A3MrWoffi-?" s&bXwEwtttSS. AJbt.A 'BBImSFSsJw'''iJi rolMBBHKf nLi' 3HBH9wSCiiBi&SLSiSHQSu . . 'jBBmK&ffBsKSiSKmtK ' ' ' "fn-.B fl 9FHuHHslHHHIHRHHflKEVfil&ui!iHiB9HHB 'H . mt V hIjDH flHHHHHHHRMiHHB m hb ,w r - KHflMBQHI9HIHLHMHHHIlliBn9IBHHB w OLD DUTCH DUNKARDS A couple of Washington County Pennsylvanians, who have made and used HICKORY BARK COUGH REMEDY for seventy years, and reared a fam ily of eleven children. For sals by all dealers everywhere. SURE PURE. SURE CURE NO ALCOHOL NOR ALKOLOIDS a-Hfjfi.tr ?i L&cFtz?&rMvxfvinMrrK&ii There's a Top Rung in Every Ladder Among the retail Itimbej yards in Oregon south of Portland ours is easily at the top. By this we mean we have the Largest Stock, the Best Grades, the Fairest Price List, Prompt est Delivery, and give our customers the best all-round treatment. Spaulding Logging Co YARDS ON FRONT STREET TEAM ENTRANCE ON FERRY STREET Is ii t I ); l n. . J4" i" i( J..