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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON, WEDNESDAY. APRIL 1, 1914.
PAGE THREE ii BY ELLA McMUNN. Mrs. AVillium Jlcdilchrist, Jr., wns hostess at the lust meeting of the Oak l'nrk Kensington elub, Mrs. Merlin Hanling assisting tlie hostess. Ke freshments were served. Besides elub members and the assisting hostess, ilrs. Alfred Lovelace and ilrs. Farkhurst were additional guests. lira. Carey F. Martin was hostess to the l'riseilln club at its Inst meeting. The usual needlework occupied thj time with a pleasant interval for the the refreshments. Mrs. B. L. Uteeves was a guest of the club. ilr. and Mrs. Frank IT. Brown and little son, who have spent the past winter in California, have returned to J-ialeni, where they have been greatly missed in club circles. The City circle of the Young Wo men's Christian Association met at the liome of Mrs. J. H. Lewis, 105 North Thirteenth street Monday and an extra Hessian wns called yesterday morning to arrange a campaign for membership nnd enlarging the work of the circle. One of their activities is the swimming class which will meet this evening. After seven months spent in New York, and various points of interest ailong the Atlantic const, Mrs. Jane '.Roberts and her daughter-in-law, ilrs. M. Huberts, hnvo returned to this city. AVhile in New York Mrs. Koberts was very ill, but is now much improved in health. a Among tho Salem people who hnve dunned to attend the grand opera in Portland this week aro Mr, anil Mrs. C. V. Bishop, Sir. and Mrs. W. H. Jlurghardt, Jr., nnd iliss Nora Ander son. M tt The Mother's club was entertained Tuesday by Mrs. E. W. ilorelr.nd and Jlrs. .1. C.-Moreland at the J. C. More land home, the afternoon being given up to an interesting discussion of suit able reading mutter for children. Miss Cornelia ilarvin, state librarian, gave an instructive talk along that line and spoke of tho beneficial results that could be obtained through the co operation of mothers and librarians in this respect. Refreshments were served, 3Irs. Gaylord H. Patterson assisting tho hostesses. . Miss Flossio Deo Bartion, whose en gagement to L. D. Waring has been jiiinounccd, was the recepient of a mis cellaneous gift shower given by Mrs. William Sorrel at her home, il!H) North Nineteenth street Saturday afternoon. Games and sewing occupied the time, while readings by Miss Daisy Mulkey find MissTiossio Dingee were plousnnt features. Red hearts nnd enpids were tho suggestive decorations, iliss Bar tion received many pretty gifts as mementoes of the occasion. The guests were: Tho Misses Flossie Barton, Nan nio Duncan, Daisy Mulkey, Bessie Din jroc, Mable Welborn, Vidn I'roctor, Cora Fritz, Stella Fritz, Kva Fisher, Chrisite Jewett, Emma Waring, l.eila Lent, Grace Thompson, Maude (Tapper, ilabel Savage, Maude Savage, Vir ginia Weehter, Borniee Rice, Lillian iMcClcnn, Kate ' Bwrton nnd ilrs. J. II n bio. Mrs. Amos Vasa entertained the fumedi club last Saturday afternoon nt her home in .South Salem. The ladies occupied themselves pleasnntly with Dewing and later dainty refreshments wore served. The club members are IMrs. Amos Vnss, Mrs. B. I,. Steeves, Sirs. L. I". Josse, MiHs Cora Talking ton, ilrs. Walker, Mrs, Sorter, iliss Way Rutherford, Mrs. Dee Lihol.ion, ilrs. Butsford, Miss Mary Hunt and Jlrs. Dickinson. Additional guests were Mrs. Willinm Mctlilchrist, ilrs. 11. S. Poisal nnd ilrs. (ieorge Shaw. The Men's Six O'clock club met last evening at the First Methodist church where they were treated to a literary nnd musical program in addition to the usual banquet served them by the women of the church. Miss Margaret Trimble, the daughter of .Mrs. Robert Trimble of Pittsburg, nnd iliss (iabriella Hamilton have ar rived from California, for a visit nt tho home of ilrs. R. S. Wallace. The young ladies have been hi California Home time visiting friends, since ilrs. Trimble accompanied Mrs. Bark home from the south. t Illness hns played havoc with the earnings of half a score of the great prima donnns this season, in the Knst, und only by the exercise of tho most rigid economy will some of them get by until next season. Laryngitis nnd its close relative a cold in tho chest, has lieen responsible for a money Ions of about 11(10,000 to the most prominent of these great singers. (lemldine Farrar is the heaviest suf ferer. She lost l!U,00U in fees by not inging. ilary Garden bin tutr li-oui;'i c.'wto colds over $10,000. Nellie Mellm, through failure to sing twice in Boston, has lost $!i,00. .Margaret ilutzenniier lost more than l?i.ooo in fees through her illness, which lilfered from the others. The new ar rival is i girl, lionise Homer has lot fl-U.ooo. she was compelled to cancel U eniingements for several months. K.mmy Dcstinn lost $,500 by boinj ill twice, once in Boston and once In New York. Luisu. Tetrazzini lias lost four en gagements in California through laryn gitis. Loss fS.OOO. I.ililan Nnrdien, touring Australia, lost about tlO.OOO through pneumonia. Alice Nellson has been compelled to cancel four or fivo npponrances, with a loss of about $3,500. All this through colds which, in some cases, were extremely severe. Enrico Caruso's salary has been in creased to $,'1,000 a night. That is what his now contract calls for. Tho contract wil go into effect next season. That is tho highest salary a tenor has ever recoived. With tho possible ex ception of Adelina Patti, no singer has ever received such a salary. But in the case of Adelina Patti her en gagements did not extend over a legth of time equal to that of Caruso's. Jenn de Reszko drew a fabulous salary, but part of it was in tho shapo of a per centage of the receipts. Caruso's is an actual guarantee. It means that if all is well he will make in New York alono the season after next over $00, 000. To that must be added his reve nue from the phonograph company, ac cruing from royulties on his records, the most expensive and popular of all. Mr. and ilrs. A. L. Clearwater enter tained at a (i o 'clonk tea last even ing in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beckman who will leave shortly for Hull, Iowa. Covers wero laid for Mr. and Mrs. Liekel, Mr. and ilrs. Charles Beckman, Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Wilson and the host and hostess. A two course luncheon was served. Afterward oOO was played card honors going to Mr. Liekel ami Mrs. Clearwater. A Wonder. ' lilggs Ob, yes; lie's mi expert on economy, Brftrga Yonli! Why, that follow can cover three slices of bread with one chli of restaurant buttorN-Pittsburgh Proas. Famous Record Makers. Tho Pullet They say the ostrich can run faster tbnu utiy other bird. Tho Turkey Mebbe ho. But nny bow I hold tho trotting record. Chi cago News. According to the Rules. PmA-HHor of Criminal Law Can you cite a case In which a ditully assault 1h Jiixtillable? Tho Fullback Yes, sir; when the otlir side has the ball. Wellington Pur. AVOID SPRING ILLS Purify and Build Up the Blood with llood's Barsaparills. In the spring your blood needs cleans ing and enriching, largely because your diet hns been chiefly heavy and your life mostly indoors during the winter. You feel poorly, nnd there is more or less eruption on your face nnd body. Your appetite Is not good, your sleep is broken, and you are tire I all tho time. You need Hood's SuMupariJIa. It is the one safe and effective tonic that hns stood the test of forty years. It makes tho pure red blood that will make you feel better, look better, eat and sleep better, ,lt is the old standard tried and true all the year-round medi cine for the blood nnd the whole system, tfnd nv dmiigist will supply you. r P. suro to get Hood's Saraparilln. Nothing ele acts like It, for nothing else has the same formula or ingredi ents. Get it today. Daddy's Bedtime The Wise Farmer and the Foolish Bull. Stow - WW. J Angry. UE bull thought he'd like to go out In tho fields nnd take a walk," said daddy to Jock nnd Evelyn. "It wns n nice dny, renlly, almost worm, nnd ho'd felt quite tired from so ninny, many days speut lu his shed. The farmer bad left the door open leading into his stall, so at least he was getting fresh air. But ho decided he wnuted more than that He wanted good exercise, A wa!u would do. Ho even felt energetic enough to chase anything red If bo saw It, for even a run wns not too much for the strength ho felt be had. So ho went .ut and had a beautiful day. "He plowed through the fields where the frost wus coming out of the ground and making it very soft and sloppy, and be thought that was splendid. It made him feel so well, and he was quite ready for his evening meal and a good night's rest when the farmer drove him In In tho lute afternoon. "The next day wus really quite cold. It wns one of the raw, cold days that come sometimes in tho spring. Tho farmer was going Into the village to spend tho day. Ha thought that he'd better not open the door for tho bull thnt day becauso the bull would bo very apt to get a heavy cold and ho would not be around nil dny. So ho went off, leaving tho door closed. He also fixed a Ilttlo wooden bar across the door of the shed to keep tho bull In for the sake of safety. "Now, tho bull was very nngry when he found thnt the door had had a bar put across it He had seen the farmer fix that bar, nnd he was bouucVho'd knock it down. So he kicked and kicked. Finally ho did succeed in breaking the wooden bar. The door itself was easy enough to open. Ho only had to lift one crooked side of it with his foot And then ho got out Tho air did seem mighty sharp and cold, but he stayed out us long ns he could stand it He didn't enjoy it n scrap, nnd the cold wind went right through him. But ho wus bo extremely stubborn that he didn't go in until ho saw tho farmer returning from the village, for be wanted the farmer to see him out "Of course the farmer saw him and was very much worried, as he was afraid that tho bull would suffer for his stubbornness. He didn't punish him, but gave him Just as good a supper as ever, which renlly made the bull feel rather ashamed. "All night long the bull lay in his shed with such a pain in his head. His legs ached, ho felt stiff, nnd he had such bad dreams. "When morning came he felt quite worn out After a few days, though, with the farmer's good, kind earn, he was better again. But he realized the farmer knew best and would always let him out on tho nice days, and he vowed he would never again get mad nt his good master, who kept him n good, strong, healthy bull." ALL FLIESJIED HIT; aHlHLfeYai Some Guilty Pair May Escape and Then Locality Will Bo Up Agaiust Flock of Several Million. WAS OF EXTERMINATION 13 . ONLY MEANS OF DOING IT Duty of Every Resident of Salem to Oei Up Early and Swat Flies Until AU of Thein Are Gone. BODY OF MISSIONARY WHO DIED OF SMALLPOX CANNOT BE TRANSPORTED HERE. Miss Atkins, whose death in Malacca, India, was announced Monday by cable gram to her aunt, ilrs. l'entland, of this city, will probably be buried there as quarantine laws forbid the transpor tation over seas of those dying of small pox. Mrs. l'entland feels the death of the young woman keenly, as she has kept in close toucli with her for the past Fix years of her missionary work in foreign countries, a circular letter having been kept going continuously between Miss Atkins in India, and her sister, a missionary in Orvroom, Turkey and Mrs. l'entland in this city. 1 Another year would have brought tho young woman an extended furlough which she' planned' to 'spend with her aunt here. During the years she has spent in foreign lands she has sent many valuable pieces of Armenian nee dlework to Salem people. Shu was 32 years of age and holds the distinction of having been the first woman to swim the Mississippi river, and hns made some notable swims iu the Black Sea and the Mediteranean. THREE AVIATORS KILLED IN TWO BAD ACCIDENTS. SENATE MAY CUT POSTAGE ALLOWANCE OF ITS MEMBERS. Washington, April 1. The senate was scheduled to vote this afternoon on Senator Robinson's proposal to limit the free postage of congressmen and senators to $000 wrrth annually. The proposal is an amendment to the bill suggesting tho abolishment of the pres ent privilege enjoyed by members of congress, by which the government pays for their official telegrams. DECLARES EVERY RAILROAD IN AMERICA LOSES MONEY. Washington, April 1. Every Ameri can railroad, especially those in the east, is losing monev on freight traffic as a result of enforced low rates, ac cording to representations made before the interstate commerce commission today by F. A. Delano, president of the Monon railroad. "These low rates aro responsible for railroad bankruptcies, receiverships and tho general railroad financial troubles which have prevailed re cently, ' ' Delano declared. Delano also discussed tho proposed 5 per cent increaso in freight rates. He was cross-examined by Louis D. Brnndeis. MAJOR-GENERAL WETHERSPOON WILL SUCCEED GENERAL WOOD. Rheims, France, April 1. Three avi ators wore killed here today in two separate ncic.donts. They were: Emile Vedrines, burther of .lules Vc drines, the famous flying man. Pierre Tesauelet, a well-known mem ber of the French Aero club. Clement Avigny, a passenger in Testuelet's machine. Vedrines met death while trying to loop the loop with a monoplane, lie fell 100 feet and wns killed instantly. Later in the day the aeroplane in which Testeulet and Avigny were fly ing, plunged toward the earth from a height of ,'tOO feet and struck a pylon, whereupon tho petrol tank exploded and machine nnd aviators crashed to the ground, flaming. It was believed both men were killed by the collision with tho pylon. QUINCY SCHOOL IS IN SESSION AND PEACE REIGNS. Clatskanie, Or., April 1. The public school at (iiinc.y was in session today. There has been no disturbance since yesterday when ilrs. Flora I. Foreman nnd socialistic sympathizers arc alleged to have entered the school house forc ibly and were arrested. Mrs. Foreman and eight others plead ed not guilty to n charge of inciting to riot and were released under bonds of ,1,000 encli. Make itnuck, Glossy, Wavy, Luxu riant and Remove Dandruff Roal Surprise for You. Y'our hair becomes light, wavy, fluf fy, abundant and appears as soft, lus trous, and beautiful as a young girl's after a "Dandorine hnir cleanbO." Just try this tuoiston a cloth with a little Dandoriiio and carefully draw it through your hair, taking ono small strand at a tinio. Thin will clennso the hair of dust, dirt and excessive oil and iu jtmt a few moments you have doubled the benuty of your hnir. Besides beautifying the hnir at once, Dftudcrina dissolves every particlo of dandruff; choannes, purifies and luvlg-1 orates tho scalp, forevor stopping itch-1 iug and fulling hair. j j But l.at will pleas you most will be after a few weeks' use whon you' will actually see no hair fine and I downy at first yes but really neif j hair growing all over tho soalp. If ' yon cared for protty, soft hnir and lots : of it surely got a 23 cent bottle of I Ivnowlton's Dandorine from any drug-1 gist or toilet counter, and juit try it. I Washington, April 1. Mujnr-Gcnera William Wctherspooii will sur 'd if ajor-(lc"neral Leonard Wood as chief of staff of tho Cnited States army, April 22, Secretary of War Garrison announced today. Withcrspoon is now Wood 's assistant. In turn Brigadier-General H. L. Scott will become Wotherspoon 's assistant. Wotherspoon will servo as chief of staff until November, when he will re tire. Wood will take command of the de partment of the east with heaibpiarters at. Governor's Island, N. Y. Watt Shipp has been givon permis sion to stuge motorcycle races nt the state fair grounds in .Inly, including tho glorious Fourth, lie plans to have several fat inep here. A Truss ! After Thirty Years' Experience I Have Produced An Appliance for Men, Women or Children That Curei Rupture. - I Bend It On Trial. Tf yen havo trlml moit ovaryihtna: ol, enmn to m. Whom oiler full ll whom 1 Imvo nif pr&lnt woeM. Send uUoi-Iicl couiio tcxluy aud 1 will mo4 Sometimes in the effort to reach an end or to accomplish some especial pur pose those advocating that purpose, ot desirous of gaining that end prove en tirely too much, and so get themselves out of court. It looks as though this hud been done by tho strenuous advo cates of swatting the fly. The public-' is shown for instance that iu the Wil lamette vallev there in a good flv seas on, 3S;i,-lf-2,00(r,000,000 flies. At" the same time tho public is informed that ono good healthy pair of ilies mated according to modem eugenic ideas wi.l produce a family, counting the dozens of generations bora in a year, cf about 1S,000,000,000. From this it will be seen that the plaintiff proves too much, for ho demonstiates thi't if only one pair of flies of the eugenic variety .is stated arj let escape they will populate the whole continent in a couple of years, and so make the war agaiust them hopeless. It is nlso shown tho grit and stamina of the Salem Commercial club that ogniust the prelificness of the flies lifts its collective juirso and of fers a prize of 2o tents for each and every hundred flies brought to it in a defunct state. If tho statement as to tho number of flies is correct their col lective and total value at this juice would bo so many dollars that tho hu man linnd could not grasp them even with old .lohn D. furnishing free nd viee as to the grabbing plan. Put in shape so that somo idea of it can he gleaned, this crop of :i.s;i,IS2,000,000,000 flies at 25 cents tho hundred would lie worth i)!)0, 1 00,02.-1 tons of gold coin, which is somo money even for tho com mercial club or board of trade of Sa lem to risk. t Looking iu the windows at tho Port land F.loctrie Light &, Power company's office, a series of pictures of tho pes tiferous fly can be seen and a history of his profilic family obtained. Pictures Tell Story. Among others is a picture of a wool.' looking old timer of a lly with six leg:-, each ending in a fotit like a horse's, and each foot loaded with a separata und deadly disease. The light fore foot has a chunk of diptheria as big as a baseball while tho left mate to' it is loaded simply with filth. The middle pair of legs urn each carrying a burden of disease. The right has tuberculosis while the left is loaded to the gunwales with a case of confluent smallpox. On the starboard foot, alt, the typhoid fev er germs havo located, and on the port foot the scarlet fever rages. Taken ll together the fly in ipiestiou seems to be up iigainst it, with the hospital, tho pest, housu nnd the cemetery running a close ruce fur his possession. It is all right to fight the fly, but it must be u war of extermination. The 1 little cry must be, "Let no guilty fly escape. ' If one pair gets away it is all off, ami all to be done ove again in u couple of years. 'I he fly is one ot tho things that cannot be slamb rod, he is so "cus. 1 ly" iiiean that humanity has never yet produced u man with genius enough to my anything too mean about the little pestiferous, disease-peddling, soul-do-.troy in if, prova ii ity-provoking, filth lov ing, pence-disturbing, compendium of nil the plagues of Hgypt and then some. j 5H j X Wl s "What Makes the New Spring Suits So Different" MANY THINGS Take the coatsthe flared effect is very new. Take tho skirts are not the entrancing bouffant hip draperies, peg top and tunic ideas quite new? The sashes are entirely , novel. Colors include both vivid and soft tones. Fabrics are hand some and sturdy and show variety to a greatly height ened degree. Altogether these suits are Spring gems that will shine with unusual brilliance. Our prices make it easy enough to own one An excellent selec tion. $12.50 to $25.00 and Upward. 48 fl iftiftmae sill mm baa H fcitf loft) LIBERTY STREET .&. Swat him, Dad rot him, when once yen have got him. Poison his food for hir.i. Kuril all that's good for him. Scrap him nod trap him, ami every clinnco rap him, any old thing so you annihilate tho sucker-mouthed, hairy-legged, fir'. zy, bu.zy, pestiferous, everlasting iiuisuuco. GLASS OF SALTS Piles Cured iu 6 to li Days. Druggists refund money if FAZO OINTMKNT fails to euro itching, blind Hloeding or Protruding Files. rust application gives relief. COc. Look to Your Plumbing. You know what happens in a house in which the plumbing is in poor con dition everybody vn the house is li able to contact typhoid or soino other fever. The digestive organs perforin is the plumbing docs tor tho houso, tho same inunctions in the human body and they should bo kept in first class condition all the time, If you have any trouble with your digestion tnko Chumberlaia's Tablets and you nro cer tuiu to get quick relief. For salu by alj dealers. ( ' i m i There is a whole lot of difference be tween being useful anil being used. Found Cure for Rheumatism. "I suffered with rheumatism for two years and could not get my right hand to my mouth for that length of time," writes l.ee L, Chapman, .Mhplrton, Iowa. "1 suffered terrible pain so I could not sleep or lie still at night. Five years ago 1 began using Chum herlaiii's Liniment mid in two mouths I was well and have not suffered with rheumatism since." For sale by all dealers. If your Back is aching or Bladder bothers, drink lots of water and cat less meat. A news item reports the case of a recent town that has been turned in to a farm, What is what should lie done with about three-fourths of most towns. When your kidneys hurt and your back feels sore, don't get scared and proceed to load your Ktoiunch with a lot of drugs that excite tho kidneys and irritart! tho entire urinary tract. Keep your kidneys clean like you keep your bowels clean, by flushing then with a mild, harmless salts which re moves, the body's waste and stimulates them to their normal activity. The functiiill of tho kiihlrvt 1M U f'lUi.i. tlx. i blood. lu 21 hours they strain from it SOU grains of acid and waste, so we lean readily understand the vital Im- liortanco of keeping the kidneys ac tive. , Drink lots of water you can't drink too uiiii'h; also get from any pharma cist about four, ounces of jjul Mnltsji'. take a tiiblespoonl'ul in a glass of water before breakfast each morning for a few days and your kidneys will act fine. This famous salts is miiilii from tho acid of grapes and lemon juice, c.iuiihiiii'd with lilliiu, and has ! been used for generations to clean nnd stimulate clogged kidneys; nlno to neu j trali Xi- the ucids in urine so it no longer ! is a source of Irritation, thus ending nia.iiier woukuom.h. .lad Suits Is inexpensive; cannot in jure; makes a delightful effervescent lithiawater drink which everyone should tnlui onw and then to keep their kidneys clean and active. Try this, also keep up the water drinking, anil no doubt, you will wonder what be came of your kidney trouble and backache. How to Prevent Acid Stomachs and Food Fermentation Cough Medicine, for Children. Too much euro cniinot be used iu selecting a cough medicine for children, It should bo pleasant to take, contain no Inn infill substance and be most ef fectual. ( ' 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 n r I li i ll 'a Cough Heine dy meets these reipiireineiils und is a favorite with tho mothers of young children everywhere, For snlo by all dealers. Th nhovs U C. C flroolci. lnvntor of th Applimc. who rut nd himinlf and who U now giving olnm tlio bnfil ot lmciprilic U rupturrd, wrilo him Uxiax, nt M.iih.ll, Mich, frofl nif tllmtrntM t-o-.k ou llupturo mi Itf piirn, fli'jwliii? iny Ai'plliinco mil glvlnif you prlci oa-1 mme of Uiftnjr p'-oida wlir, hnvo trio.! it mil w.,r.i curo.l. ltKlvct limunt relief when all others full. n.Tn(.uil.' r, I uin no mtlvn, no turna, ou lln. 1 truA on trial t prnve wlivt I my ! Iraq. Toti nrtl. Ju.lim loul oura luvinir t!m my liluirtcfl b-olc Rr.d r..'l It yicl will ba entbualutlo ftl rr.y huuJrt'a of pmWiti whom li'tttri yuu eta Bin rrx.1. Fill out free coupon below sin) mall loony in wil worth your tliuo whether yon try my A p. tllinrfl or not. FltEB INFORMATION OOUPON Mr, C E. Brookt. ' 255S SUtaSt., Manbatl, Mich. l'Vftfn i't nit lr mall, in I'Uin raiMr, Tonr lllii." r.tvl tiorl; n'l full li.foruialioa wboutfuur Al'fUui.o fur tha cura of iuiturth A.Mnw, By a Stomach SpoclallKt. As a specialist who has spent many years iu the study and treatment of stomach troubles, I have been forced to thi' conclusion that most people who coniplnin of stomach trouble possess stomachs that are nbsiriitely healthy an. I normal. The real trouble, that which causes n tl( ,MM lllh difficulty, is acid in the stoi h, usually . 1 1 1 - to, or aggravated by, food fermentation. Aci, irritates the ilriicalc lining of the stomach and fund Icrmi'iitat ion causes wind which distends tho stomach ab normally, ciim.ing thnt full blunted feel ing. Thus both ncid and fermentation j interfere with ami retard the process of digestion. The stomach is usually healthy and normal, but Irritated al most past endurance by these foreign element" ti-iil and wind. In all such ruses and they compos" over 00 per cent of nil stomach difficulties the first N ml only step necessnry Is to neu tralize the ncid and stop the feriiicnln tion by taking iu a little warm or cold water inline liately after eating, from one to two teasponiifuls of bisurnli'd iniignesiii, wlibh In doubtless the best and only really effective antacid and food corre'tive known. The mid will be neiitrulicd and the fermentation stopped almost instantly, and your stomach will at once roceed to digest the food In R healthy, normal manner. fie sum to sk your chemist for the bisurnted magnesia, ns 1 have found other forms utterly lnekng iu its pe culiarly vuluuhle properties, K, J. O. No doubt diseases are gradually and scientifically becoming couipicreil, but one would better not bo Credulous as to all the reported new cures, BtrnlKht at It. Thero is no use of our "beating around the hush." We might ns well out with it first, as Inst, Wo want you iu try Chauiberluiii 's Cough Koine dy tlio no.vl time you have u cough or cold. There is no reason so far ns we can see why you should not do so. This preparation by its remarkable cures has gained a world wide reputa tion, anil people everywhere speak of it, in the highest terms of praise, it Is for sole by nil dealers. Imaginary Heart Trouble. I Do you have pains in the region of the heart) Does your heart thuuipl ( Its terrible pounding ubirins you What is wrong I Do you believe these symp- i tiuim menu limit trouble; Organic dis eases of the heart, very seldom occasion much pain. Nearly all of these pains (lire caused bv some derangement of tho stoinaeli, .Meritol Tunic: Digestive is especially recommended for indigestion und dyspepsia, and fur restoring tho stomach to its normal funrtiuMs and no more " heart disease." I Capital Drug .Store, exclusive agents, 1 Salem, Or. I j Man spends one-hall' his life waleh ! ing the hair eoinino out on his tippi'i J lip and the other hall watching it com I log out on the top of his head. SAGE IEA KEEPS Though garden truck may really be more important, don't overlook roses und other flowers. They're mighty valuable, too. Uritish Secretary I coicy nomits he made a mistake. Mow ltooseelt, on reading this, must despise him. Children's Diseases Vory Prevalent, Whooping pouch is about evervw here. I Measles and scarlet (ever almost as j bad. I'se Foley's Honey and Tar jt'ompoiiud for raw int'iiuied throats i and coughing. Mrs. I. C, Hostler, tliaiid ; Island, Nelnaska, mys: "My three ; children had seven: attacks of whoop ' iug cough, and a very f i w doses of .Foley's Money and Tar gave them great relief." I ontniiis no opiates. no noi accept, a niiistnute. wiist you Havs Been Looking For. Meritol White Liniment is a prepara tion thnt gives satisfaction where a "tiln killer ami healer is needed. We do not belicvo you eould get a boiler liniment nt any price, Capital Drug More, exrluolva agency, Knlcin, Or. The spring plciures or tlio candi dates are also appearing numerously till over the state. Ono man hits resisted the appeals of his legions of friends and admires to seek tho nomination for governor, It's (iraniliiiotlior'i rocluo to bring Color, Thickness and Lustre Kv t body Is Using it Again Oray hair, however haiiilsonie, ih advancing ago We all know the a tnges of a youthful appearance, hair is your cliaiiu. It makes or tho face. When it. fades, turns . , nnd loolis dry, wispy and scraggl a few application of Sago Ten aim ..... I 'li u r enhances its appearance a hundred-fold. Don't slay gray! Look ymiiigl Hither prepare the tonic at home or 'get from any drug store n o0 cent lint t le of " Wyotli 's Sago and Sulphur Hair Homely", Thousiiiiils of folks recom mend this ready-to iise preparation, be. cause it ilaikeus the hair beaut i fully and removes dandruff, stops scalp itch ing and fulling hnir; besides, no ono can possibly tell, us it darkens so natur- i ally and evenly. You moisten it spnugo or soft brii-di with one small strand at ; n, time. By morning the gray hair t disappears; alter another upplii atioii or ! two, Its mil mill color is restored nud it. , becomes thick, glossy nud lustrous, nnd vou appear year younger. For sale by I j. C. Ferry.