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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 9 February 1897

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. VOL, 9, sa ft SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY FEBRUARY 9, 18T. NO, ftfc 38C TO In ladies' and misses' There are only a few left, and these will soon be gone. ' We have them in lace and button, KFwATJSSE BROS. - 275 Commercial street, FOREIGN Bombarding the Creten City, Christians in the City Have Hoisted the Greek Colors. Berlin, Feb. 9. A special from Athens says: It is rumored here that foreign war ships have begun bombarding Canea, island of Crete. No confirmation can be obtained here. The German war ship Kaiserln Augustine has been or dered to proceed as soon as possible for the island of Crete. A dispatch from Canea received this evening says the Christians about Canea have hoisted the Greek flag proclaimed a union with that island with Greece and invited the king of Greece to take possession of it. In Possession. Athens, Feb. 9. The announce ment that Prince George, second son of the king of Greece, will command the torpedo fleet which is now In read iness to sta...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 9 February 1897

FJJWWSW" ' ) I ..2 I K. l. Iv fcfr . V P- i nr fc tr rP CSSmi .' VrTlSftafi i irrrYTri Daily Capital Journal BY HOKKR BHOTMBR-, TUESDAY,, PSH. , 1897. Wimiliiliyw ELECT MITCHKLU Byall means! Without the Fulton niMch'Mltchell combination In chargo of the Republican party It rannnt exist: that Is clear. Without hlcrhtinAd. courageous statesmen of conscience and honor at the helm what Is to become of the 0. 0. 1 ? Wo must not forget that Mitchell can teach finance round or fiat, and with out such a man at the head hovr can the party survive? If a clean business man were elected senator without the use of money, without lying deception, trickery or corruptly promising all the offlces, there would be no use for an oppsl atlon party.ond Republicanism would not be such a stench In the nostrils of the people ai It has become under the gold-plated ullverUm of John Hippie Mitchell. Hy all mcuns, put the ITIrsch . Mitchell-Fulton combine on the front seat to crack the whip and drive the bandwa...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 9 February 1897

l IfcjiiiMinillrfil Bank President Isaac Lewis of Sabina, Ohio, is highly respected all through that section. Ho has lived in Clinton Co. 75 years, and has been president of the Sabina Bank 20 years. He gladly testifies to the merit of Hood's Sarsa parilla, and -what he says is worthy attention. All brain workers And Hood's Sarsaparilla peculiarly adapted to their needs. It makes pure, rich, led blood, and from this comes nerve, "mental, bodily and digestive strength. "I am glad to say that Hood's Sarsapa rilla ia a very good medicine, especially SS a blOOd DUrifler. It hn Anna ma a-anA many times. For several years I suffered greatly with pains of Neuralgia In one eye and about my temples, es pecially at night when I had been having a hard day of physical and mental labor. I took many remedies, but found help only in Hood's Sarsaparilla which cured me of rheumatism, neuralgia and headache. Hood's Sarsaparilla has proved itself a true t 'end. I also take Hood's Pills to keep my bowe...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 9 February 1897

m'j? iKit iliiitiiAi m l.v. Is, ' ' lfe.1 Daily Capita! Journal. BY HOnCR BROTHER8, TCESDA1. FEB. 9, lfi. 3 Pairs Remaining, w xxxxxxxxxxx f DAILY LIW&TOVORTLA3D. BTEAKEES I Altona and Kamona LEAVE-DAILY. ' .Portland, $: a- m- j Balera 7i a- m., ff QicV tie, rejeUr ennce d cheap T ....me.... J VLV. BALDWIN, Newest Novelues in Neckwear Now in. See them. 25c and up, s J, J, Dalrymple Co, OReC PERSONALS F.WJ5tUen.ler,of Woodburo.waa In Salem today. L. II. McMabon went to Woodburn till afternoon. Mel Hamilton was a Portland busl newt visitor today. Kx-Gov. Z. F. Moody went to Port land tills afternoon. JudtfeJ. F. Caple) came up from Portland tills morning. Mies Jessie Obmart, of Oakland is . Die guest of Miss Myrtle Johnson. MIm Laura Thomas, of Jeffeason, is VlHltfntf Mr. and Mrs. Finley Terrlne. Mrs. Chas. Johnson and daughter Pearl have returned from a visit at Kclo. Geo. I). Goodhue returned this af ternoon from a business trip up the valley. A. YV. Gclsy, the Insurance agent, ...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 10 February 1897

. -at VOL, 9, SAIiBM, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 189T. HO, 41 DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. February often gives us a fair spell of weather, and good roads will likely follow, and the are receiving almost daily large lots of goods from New York, St. Louis and Chicago, to be prepared for the heavy spring trade. They have a fine line of ..CLOTHING.. of all grades, for men and boys, and the 5 LINE SHOES- for men, women and children, and hosiery, hats and caps, gloves, laces, ribbons, embroideries, laceenrtains and notions of all kinds. All the above goods arc bought at cash prices, and sold at cash prices, Call and save 15 to 25 per cent. E.T.BARNES, PROPRIETOR. C Cubans, Cubans Everywhere, Instead of the Complete Pacifica tion as Weyler Claimed. Havana, Feb. 10. (Copyrighted, 1897, by the Associated (Press.) The various reports and statements of Captain-General Wcylor announcing the pad Hen lion of the province of Pinar del llio and the almost com plete disappearance of insurgents in th...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 10 February 1897

mit Lfi-SS H. 1VTACK Bal Capita! Journal. V KOKSR SJBtXTMICW" TEff5SSDAi TZB f. tSl. U TH2 : - ..- Jt tf testc ? She sesafe x Sfcer K- Je am jcttf &uif fc K -ilhr& ifck4MGu& Vuk. &etcese IvifDtk- IStf n sfeedmtrteeaf - iii " U'.,-- t pessedy C9GCH kal HOUD-OT JUSTIFIED iaaCaertty Vat IC i&e rferSrioe C s&-cst V afcas at wMtfc iae pett&Sj pcwfoed re&ew xd urn potedtr deatei rt&ei. TfeeseaaKsix tfce aatsartty aagaeagxiy Tt&am t liyxm apt & W laaaaK. tatfce JfcttUM a? tike M rtaizr wis & ntst Mter3ale C Or7a Is 4mi 7fnmmml TbetmftoT bT crstB&UutetezU s the maxut fca there J s60 Ui fhelbim erea tfcs jta- f a saws ftr t4e emyrmesi Iter 7 's i&iiAt in tfce uif 'f &7 " sr etc&J I be wrf awktesr k M tltMrt!t mwwwj. It hi aC tfcekCe4s Uh4 Kl c Papalht lure a cnniwltte, sr tke saprfataweat af a eferfc. Hae V- AnkU y ay rjfct fcat t West ? TWwi rf mrmesj. aknmt VSAx Ar, if kzM tmt ytrt rtto4 4 rz d, lit Ha&m xit wre tome exttn...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 10 February 1897

Nervous People find just the help they bo much n. ed, in Hood's Snrsapnrilla. It fur nishes the desired strength by puri fing, vitalizing mid enricbing .the I ' od, and thus builds up tho nerves, i t .ies the stomach and regulates the' Iiolo system. Read this: "I want to praiso Hood's Sarsaparllla. M v health run down, and I had tho grip. Aftsr that, my heart and nervous system v ere badly affected, so that I could not do n.y own work. Our physician gavo mo eomo help, but did not cure. I decided to try Hood's Sarsaparllla. Boon I could do all my own housework. I have taken Cured Hood's Pills with Hood's Sarsaparllla, and they have dono me much good. I will not be without them. I have taken 13 bottlesot Hood's Sarsaparilla.and through tho blessing of Godj it has cured me. I worked as hard as ever the past sum mer, and I am thankful to say I am well. Hood's Pills when taken with Hood's Sarsaparllla help very much." Mns. M. M. Messenger, Freehold, Penn. I'his and maqy other cures prove...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 10 February 1897

r'sHawr'!"1 -; ftrrrr." r I r----"" - "" -Ti ir i'i"irTTnWjmr -rmnrTnr" Diily Capita! Journal. if - BV HOKBCR yHTI-lttl. WEDffEUDAl, 10, j lev J. -I w xxxxxzcxxxxx Q STEAMEBS X Altona and Ramona W -LBAVB-J (J DAILY. J Portland, J:45 a. m. i Baletu Its a.m., .,Qnlck time, regulw terrice nl cheap J M. P. BALDWIN. J Ageat, Stleo. - -HP H " First Invoice i of our ne stiui lines arrived Tuesday e7enlng. Big Hoe of outings, 5c, 6c , 8 l-3c. and JOc Points 6c to 12fc- in all tUc newest V7 effect. Silks Jo every latest pattern and shadings, 75c, to VI 23, and dress Roods In suit lengths and jard goods, all of the up to date fabrics from 23c to tea yd. Will hare them on sale at once. More goods expected every day. COUNTY Newest Novelviesi-in Neckwear ( Now in. See them ft t c- 2 A Job Lot of outing flannel remnant 10 to 55 yard lengths. Very pretty styles, and good qualities. ' 16 Yards for SL Sec foutu window. One pair of tU Irish Point cur tains remaining, yourafor$7. T. HoluersoD. morning...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 11 February 1897

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. f i '- H,l - ?Oh, U. SALEM, OK BOON THTTItSDAY FEBRUARY 11, 1897. NO, 41 Ce still have a few of those heavy in ladies and misses at .JLXJ33E !5iOS 275 Commercial street, RtVQLUTl lo Improvement in Crete. Inder the Greek Flag They Con tinue to fight as Aggressors. Athens, Feb. 11. According to re ports received from tbe Island of Jrete during the past 24 hours, the Jtuation lias not changed for the Jttcr. The revolution Is spreading find the Christians are, in most cases, fighting under the Hag of Greece. fTlie commanders of the foreign rnen- f war nowlyineoff Canea persuaded uhc commander of the Greek squadron bt salute the Turkish flag. Tiie Greek Kbommander was also given to under stand that the bombardmentof Canea sr the landing of troops would under no circumstances be permitted. King George and his ministers ate aow perfect accord on the subject of the Cretan policy and a royal decree las been published that all available reek warships shall be put into c...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 11 February 1897

t.TtPBftiM?' BSBBBIWTfnar!? bmatxmKMiabeBiL C. H. lVf ACic 'VI tw E. ' : i 5te i.. s . . .... . jr.. n ..? o I n n l I I ' "iietlcKPtqW political 'party loimuid uaiij uapuai uuui iiuuApjand ihe ttekettliey DatrJeBn0uid i i i i " hr the choice of thotc representative, by hokscr brotkerx with .uajuuch certainly as the men ' pot Into ofllc should be the choice of THURHDAl, FEU 11, 16 the n hole number of voters. n "" ' ' " Thlfl can be accomplished by mak- " tnrr nplfnnrv ttjt lirm VitnmiTairtf nn WHO HA8 UED? Thk Journal report of the Senntor Carter speech was Incorrect atone nolnt. The report pa I a -warier ap pealed to Denny to know If what Mitchell said was true. Denny did not raise his hand and call flod to witness It was true, but by hfs presence- and mute acquiescence continued the truth of Mitchell' statrnentto Carter, Hint boven other members whom he hud named would go In and make the forty-six required to make n quorum. It must be kept In mind the Mttchellltcs need a lawful q...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 11 February 1897

f --- Mothers Anxiously watch declining health of tueir uatigiuers. so many are cut off ;1i i insumntion in cnrlv vom-s lmt 11 iiv U real cause for "anxiety. In t ,p fariy Binges, wncn not beyond l - uneii 01 incuicmc, Hood's isirsn j .illn will restore tho quality and iiLjiitity of tho blood and thus give '. 1 l.nnUl. 1.l I.S1I ,? y jihi iiv.niii. ui-.iu iiiuuuuwiigjcner: "It I but Just to write about my daughter Cora, aged 19. Sho was com pl elj run down, declining, had that tired J 'Ire and frlenda said bIio would nnl jji.e over threo mouths. Sho had a bad B. (1 lio'h'iif; seemed to do Jier Rny good. 1 1 . ppcntd to read about Hood's Sareupa- la nna i.au lier give It a trial. From tho y lir?t dose slfc beran to fret better. VI cr taking a few bottles sho was com. Kilt cl.v cu-ed and herlfcaltb has been the ii.cn ever since." Mrs. Addik Peck, I.' i.niroaa i'lace, Amsterdam, N. Y. 'J will sny that my mother kas not Is' a led my case in as stronp words t pvoald have done. Hood's Sar...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 11 February 1897

if kv At. i3 & to -V Daily Capital Journal BV HOPBR BROTHBR, THURSDAY. FEU 11, 1897. K xxxxxxxxxxx H DAILY LINiS TO PORTLAND, rt STEAMERS lAltonaandRamona LEAVE- DAILY. rortland, 0:46 a. m. W Baletn 7 i a. m.f fj Qoick time, regular lenrice nd cheap M M. P. BALDWIN. t Agent, Stlem. NEW DRAPERIES, In tlic display of Hie latest color InffS and dentins which we show, ranging from ioc. u yard up. New Art Demtntf and Tlcki New curtuio awlssejr. New Taffeta llk. , '. - New black brocaded filk. New Linen Iluck towel. Beautiful Swl-Mt Cimbric embrolil rlcn. New Rents' furnishings NewFedcr'a Brmh binding sjyilaveyou registered for Pi Invoice of our nu kpriutf lined arritcd Tpei.iy C7eninjf nig lines of outlniff, 5c., Cc , 8 1.3c.. and 10c Point j 6c. tu 12ic la ull tbe oewMtf 97 effects. Silks In erery latest pattern and shadings, r,r, t0li25. and dress (roods In suit lengths and yard goods, all of the up to dato fabrics from 20c to 2 a yd. Will hare them on sale at once. More iroodt exp...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 12 February 1897

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL: s, VOL. P. SALEM, OREGOK, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 1, I89T. HO, 41 .! '-J1 February often gives us a fair spell of weather, and good roads will likely follow, and the myuiiuM6 arc receiving almost daily large lots of goods from New York, St, Louis and Chicago, to be prepared for the heavy spring trade. They have a fine line of . CLOTHING of all grades, for men and boys, and the I i ssje- f3 f LINE O 9 SHOES for men, women and children, and hosiery, hats ana caps gloves, laces, ribbons, embroideries, laceenrtains and notions of all kinds. All the above poods are bought at cash prices, and sold at casii prices. Call and save 15 to 25 per cent. E.T.BARNES, PROPRIETOR, CRETE, immense Demonstrations. ICrowds Came to Cheer the King and Queen. London, Feb. 12. A dispatch to gthe Times from Athens says that the Central Cretan committee is prepar ing to suppoit the Cretans with arms, ammunition und supplies on a great scale. The installment sailed on Wednesday with COO Cretans...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 12 February 1897

'-& WMMsMW0flWOSOfi8li C. H. MACK, -DENTIST,, - -sior to Dr. J. M. Keene, old w Corm r. Sakin, Or. Parties detinm. s-J11 pt ralions al moderate fees in am SanX ir - r',) reoest. ; ibcli Daily Capital Journal. PLAIN WOPJ TO REFORMERS A Mil (a tfce VTi4rieM ksMuwe I bts tvri the itc te mk THE LSGISLAT RE Tfe peripte tore m latere Is tfee MMoe f bj bulb, rf a at party. s a sere jHUefcxs. Tfeer fcu44 oiluM Mm -' JB--BJ HJij, rgU.rfLtocvi.-lb3rt Or- tY HOfKR MKOTMKK-. TiaHr tMtitc the ae riiar(N. G,,. C. BFawBefl aad Xariae Atoe 2-rifc DdDW tor Uw Brsrt l jjm acuwWwg toteetaMfcr , Hilars BBk .BBW aSBBBj S3i &S& 4S& k cbOo oOD S dtaltHW W w i mm To Be mm ion FBIDA, FEU 12, 1S5TX. 1 Torn Maerre). Metier wtiat rly V a4ttar. wH b W77.r. SfRHp Mil .. lr ,'i 14 Ki rn W tbcr bse U. Tfce pepi d Bft r-t -- , j nmmBgarsnKMKniwrftiiai-: WHO MITCHELL' COUNTS UPON. i.ulw..lw.n:s. m J-mc-!;$, Mmg laj ,mw eu bison, vournew ;? m llslLtaKleM tii n ism r It l interwtlntr to co-alder bo Mr....

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 12 February 1897

- 4- AM A VV J i Sour ?rftnWCSn8-1,;dWatCrbraSh' and burning pain, distress, nausea, dyspepsia, are cured by Hood's Sarsa- parilla. This it accomplishes because tones and strengthens the stomach and digestive organs, invigorates the liver, cases of dyspepsia and indigestion it seems to have " a magic touch." For over 12 years I suffered from sour Stomach with severe pains across my shoulders. and great distress. I had violent naueca which would leavo mo very weak and faint, difficult to get my breath. These spells camo oftoner and moro severe. I did not recelvo any lasting benefit from physicians, but found such happy effects from o trial of Hood's Barsaparilla, that I took several bottles and mean to always keep it in the house. I am now able to do all my own work, which for six years I have been unable to do. My husband nnd son have also been greatly bene fited by Hood's Sarsaparllla for pains in tho back, and after the grip. I gladly recommend this grand blood medicine" Mrs. Pete...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 12 February 1897

'm$L in to? H t, i & i'V - t ." JBE DafWlM1 BY HOPTER BROTHER, P IflTOlCC V iMA .- FBUM1, FEB 12; 1BW- R- 3 A Altona and Ramona R t&cxx-xxTnzzxxx DAILY LTSHIO POBTLASD. STZAHEBS LEAYB XAXLT. fortlxad, ; -ho-gales 1s a-ax, . j JCP, BALDWIN expeetea erwj NEW DRAPERIES, la the dfeaby "f Jafett to foz aad k4srns which re -, raDzlBjt f row Hfe a yard P- Sew Art Demls aad Ticking. , cirerUioerl. w f Jfew Taffeta i IBs. 2?ew bUclc brocaded silks. Jew Lines Hack towels. Beastlfal SwiM Cambric embrold rle. e-wgeflU fsroUbiDjfi. Jfew Fedex'ji Brusto Medio?. "Hireyou registered for The American QueenT Call and loTettirate, The- Is a surprise for yoa bere. J, J, Dalrymplc Co A Job Lot wwilraiwJ reaaatato ! Sa J rata kast&f. Very pretty styles, x4 pwd aaaaWte. 16 Yank for St See sevtb -wtos-. Osejairef m Irtf Patot car- Utof reantete;, yaarsjart. T. flolversoD. MA210KS CASTSC I JSVrSXML. X 2AYS. atft Pwrrm T" ' " m at TJw Ste-, Sfesaad n tite ?m:si MB UK T. i t,-r j . t " ?Z t. Tagwa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 13 February 1897

... VOL. 9, SALEM, OREGON SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 13, 18T. NO, 41 DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL: NVe still have a few of those heavy SOLE in ladies and misses at KR2LTJSSE BROS. 275 Commercial street. NEW BOOK . ' uami . $ M jl(P$JvMlf MM I'll m r f r Rhl r mKMmM 19 YFADC t i JiIlHiMlWITH Ei JHRraNniAIKi 4 4.4. 4. 4.1(4 if i44u44itf4ij4ifc04y Price 25c. Postpaid. Agents Wanted I M Life Among A Complete Story of Lillian Ainsley's Captivity and Rescue from the Indians, after nearly seven years, by the hero, Mathew Bentley, His hardships and dangerous experience, by Owen P. Dabney, who spent many years in the Rocky mounx tains, Now on sale at the Fair Stora, 275 Commercial st, and at Patton Bros, See show window, For terms for agents ank booksellers apply to OWEN B, DABNEY, Salem, Or, TALKINGTON, BOTTGER & CO., STOCK AND GRAIN -EXCHANGE- 10S COURT STREET, SALEM, - ; OREGON Telephone No. 68, ysi SHOES JUST OUT, ie W" Tt .iKlU" - Mountains m Montana. 0 G THROUGH FORMAL MOTIONS Of How Not to Elect...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 13 February 1897

i "" I Daily Capital Joieal BV HOfRR BROTHKHM, HATUItDAl, FEB. 13, 1897. '.JHenator MltchcII'B record and meth od cannot stand the "X" ray. OTHER r - LEGISLATURES. Burglar-proof safes are golnjr out of style. After the politicians and trusts Bet through there Is not enough left to buy a rafc. Kansas did a good thing and is a big gainer by swapping old Wlnd-and-Whiskers Peffer for Farmer Harris as senator. As Mark Hanna can't be Senator from Ohio we suggest he run forgor ernor of the FIJI islands. The place Is vacant and the man Is qualified. Express Messenger Summers has killed a train robber. Ho does not propose any outsider shall engage In the business of the express companies. 'There Is not a disloyal drop of biood In my rein?." Senator Dufur. We look for the senator toralmsa regiment to liberate Cuba at any mo ment. 'It Is anarchy pure and simple," Kcuntor Dufur on the opposition. "Come, gentlemen, heal the sore places, and get to work." Mitchell's paid organ. Gorernor Htidd ent...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 13 February 1897

A GOOD SHOWING. WHAT A REPORTER LEARNED ABOUT A CERTAIN MEDICINE, Several Persons Testify to the Good Results Following Its Use, and Druggists Tell of Its Sale. yrom the Journal, There is tme proprietary medicine in use in this tjty, the name of which has become a household, word and that is the preparation known a "Pink Pills for Pale People." Shakespeare said, "a rose by any other same would smell as sweet." That may be so, but pills by any other name would not have the same attraction nor popular sales that Pink Pills have in Spokane, Wash. A representative of the Minneapolis Jotir nal started out the other day to investigate the merits of this popular and widely-eold household medicine. The evidence was on every hand. Hamilton B. Merrill, a young money loauer of Spokane, Wash., wasseen by the newspaper man. Mr. Merrill made no secret of his remarkable cure by these little pellets. " Do I know the efficacy of Pink Pills? " he reiterated. " I Bhould rather think I do, they have be...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 13 February 1897

?J p i I-1 ,s v Daily Capiial Joufnal. BY KOKKR BROTH8IW, ii in wfi nri I8ATUBDA, FEB. 13, 1W7. &XXXXXXXXXXX DAIIY LINK TO PORTLAND. STEAMERS 3 H v Altona and Ramona V T.T A W BdAily. Portland, 6:45 a. m. Kalr.m 7 it n. m.. j Quick time, refnUr lenrice nd ehep fi ....rates.... ? M. P. BALDWIN. f $ Agent, Salem. NEW DRAPERIES, In tlic display of the latest color injrs and designs which we show, ranging from 10c. a yard np. Now Art Detains and Ticking. New curtain Swisses. New Taffeta tllks. New black brocaded silks. New Linen Iluck towels. Beautiful Swiss Cambric embrold rles. New cents' furnishings JNewFcder'a Brush binding. 3TlIuvcyou registered for "The American QuceoT Call and investigate, surprise for you here. There Is a J, $ Dalrymple Co OREGON PER80NAL3 Miss RltaRakcstarn visited friends at Chcmnwa today. Sam B Parrlsh returned this morn ing to Portland. Senator J. F. Calbreath went to Portland this morning, Representative Pnvid Craig was a Portland passenger this morning...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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