Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, September 21, 1914, Page SEVEN, Image 7

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    THE DAILY CAPITAL JOUTtXAL. SALEM OREOOfr MOXDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. 1914.
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insertion.
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
WANT ADS work continually they sorer eeaa until thair talks ar sue.
csafuliy p- t rnied. Each Jar those little wonder workars faithfully da
liver their message to the people of Salem and nearby towaa who ' hats
learned iholr value.
J 'OUKNAL WANT ADS GET RESULTS. DONT WALK THE STREETS SEARCHING FOR A POSITION OR A ROOM-TRY THE CLASSIFIED
ABSTRA CTS I LODGE DIBECTOBY
IJMON ABSTRACT CO. - Abstracts;
Ihat Protect. Our booM posted up to
Jve each morning (all Main 1249
.-U a messenger will call for your,
str'n, U r. M
Max Gehlhar, secretary, 24o Stat
street.
AUCTIONEER
AUCTIONEER Salem's reliable teller.
Farm sales solicited. Terms, 1 per
cent; satisfaction guaranteed or no
pay. Henry II. Yoorhies, Michigan
nvnnue, first street east of the sta
fair ground.
CmROPRACTIC-SPIKOLOOIST
Dii, O. L. SCOTT Graduate of Chiro
practic's Fountain Head, Davenport,
Jjwa. If you hove tried everything
and have got no relief, try Chiroprae
tie spinal adjustments and get well.
Office 406-7 -i V. National Hank
liuilding. Pboue. Main 87. Hesideuce
Main SJS R.
DRYERS AKD CLBANER8.
MODERN STEAM DYE WORKS W
Kpecialize on ladles' and gentlemen's
fiue garments. First class work, rea
finable prices. Goods called for and
delivered. A. Hugill, proprietor.
Cho'ie Hi!'). 4'i4 Court street.
LAUNDRY
CLOTHES LAST LONGER With our
ll-hniii work. Established 20 years;
4.16 Ferry atwt, sjtith side, betweeu
Liberty and High. Hop Lee.
E2W AND SECONDHAND GOODS
afiCOND-HAND FURNITl'RE bought
soil and exchanged. Highest prices
piid for seeonj-hanl goods. i?oe us
before you sell. Wir ip.-echen
Deutsch. Peetr Furniture Co., 247
North Commercial Street. Phone 634.
HIGHEST price paid for s?cond-!iand
furniture, ranges, birdvtire, tents,
otc. We carry the most complete
stock of above articles iu town nt
the lowest price. O. L. MePeek, 271
North Commercial at. Phoae Main
12M.
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN3
DRS. P.. H. WHITE and R. W. WAL
TON, Osteopathic physicians and
nerve specialists. ' Graduates of
American School of Osteopathy,
Kirksville, Mo. Post graduate sn'd
specialized in nerve diseases at Los
Angeles college. Treat acute and
chronic diseases. Consultation free.
Lady attendant. Office 505-506 IT. S.
National Bank building. Phone 8 "9.
Residence 346 North Capitol street.
Phono 469.
BCAVErTOER
A'lLEM SCAVENGER Charles Soos
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
kinds removed on monthly contracts
t reasonable rates. Yards and cess
jools cleaned. Office f44 State st.
Office phone Main 2247. Residence
Main 2272.
UNDERTAKERS
LEHMAN ft CLOUGH C. B. Webb, A.
M. ( lough, morticians and funeral di
rectors. Latest modern methods
known to the profession emploved.
445 Court street. Main 130, Main OSS.
BIG DON-RICHARDSON CO. Funeral
directors and undertakers. 212 North
High street. Office Phono Main 133.
Rigdon residence Main 111.
WOOD AND COAL
HALM FUEL YARDS The p'ace of
Juality. All kinds of dry wood, four
aot or cut in stove lengths to anil.
I'horapt delivery. We handle the best
coals on the market. Try our King
coal; it is the best. 7"2 Trade street.
Phone Main 52:. Mark Sid lull. prop.
WATER COMPANY
fAL.r;4t WATfcK COMfANx or tire
corner Commercial and Trade streets.
For water service apply at office.
Bills payable monthly in advance.
LODGE DIRECTORY
A. O. V. W. Protection Lodge No. 2
Meets every Monday evening at 8
in the MeCornaek Hall, corner Court
and Liberty atreets. A. E. Aufranre.
M. W.; S," A. M.FalJen, rccorler;
A. L. Brown, F.
CENTRAL LODGE No. IS, K. of P.
MeCornaek building. Tuesday even
in of each week at 7:3U;' W. B
Giion, C. C; .'smes W. Cox., K
of fi and S.
If ALE VI LODGE NO. 4. A. F. 4 A. M.
Stated communications first Friday
in each month at T;JJ p. m. in the
Masonic Tempi. David A. Wright,
K. M.; S. Z. Culver, aecretary.
PAC IFIC LODGE NO. J. A. F. A.
M. State! communication third Fri
day ia each month at 7:30 p. m. in
the Matonie Ten.ple. J. 3. Wvant, W.
Eracit H. I holt e secretary.
l. or a. '-vregoi i rape ap.
No. 136), fceeti ererr Thursday even-!
ing ia MeCornaek built in 7. t'oar aad 1
Ubertr streets. Elevator. 8uS)! nfie company, claimant of &.'. acre
Panneater. 781 North Front stret,!ot the 00m Bar m.Jitarr wagon roa-l
Oracls; Hazel Prict, ImpsrisJ Farai-
r . o rarorder.
FItUCHFtaili
PILLS.
M tM AnaJV tUi V
If' s news t ran. w
(Continued), f
Hl'LTXOMAU ROYAL ARCH CHaP-
TtR .NO. I. R. A. M. Regular meet-
iB mon(n t
8 p. m. in th. Masonic Temple. J.
T- Wleh Ex. Uigh Priet; Lot L.
Pearee, secretary.
'
I HODSOX COUNCIL NO. 1, R. S. M.
stated assembly first Monday in
each mcDth, Masonic Temple. L. 8.
Rowland, Thrice Illustrious Master;
Glenn C. Nilej, Recorder.
DE MOLAT COMM ANDERY, N. 5. K.
T.-'-Regiilar conclave fourth Friday
in each month, at 8 o'clock p. ni., in
Masonic Temple. Sojourning fcnr
Kuights are courteously invited to
meet with us. F. R. Davis, E. C;
Frsnk A. Turner, Rccordar.
I'Hinu'h'k' I'tllfTVD vn o- i v
a-Regnlar meeting evry fust audi
tnird luesday at 8 p. m. in the Ma
sonic Temple. Mrs. Ida B. itodfrey,
W. M., Ida M. Babcock, secretary."
LIODERX WOODMEN OF AMERICA.
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 3-' HI, meets
in M.m Uall .i I
Liberty streets. Elevator service. If.
U Born, V. C; Kay A. Grant, clerk.
UNITED ARTISANS Capital As'oni-'your
Diy 0. M, meets every Wednesday
at 8 p. m. in Jluose Hall. W. O. As-
seln, M. A.; Ivan 0. Martin, secre
tary, Masouic Temple.
SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY It. 1).
Keeler, president; Mrs. Lou Tillsni,
secretary. All cases of cruelty or
neglect of dumb animals should b
reported to the secretary for insti
gation. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD Meet
every Friday night at 8 o'clock in
McCornaok block. C. 0. Matlock, C.
C; C. G. McElroy, clerx, 519 Court
street, nhone ;t'l.".
MISCELLANEOUS
MlllDLK A(iHD w.onun wants work
lioiKi'keoping: can cook: comitrv pre
fcrrel. 4:15 N. Liberty.
a. J. HERSCHRAL'll Blaeksmithiug.
y.-oodwork, automobile springs made
and repaired. All work guaranteed
strictly first class. 2j8 1 hemekcta
street.
FOR RENT
Foil Hi'.NT Miidem tlat clone in, ali
basement flat cheap. Phone 71 be
tween W and .",
NEW MODERN house to rent, near
81 hool and car line; cheap if taken
at once. Scpiare Deal Realty Co.
ROOM for rent in private family, board
ir desired; all modern conveniences:
terms very reasonable. 840 Union st.
FOR SALE
WORK lior ami colts for mIo or trade
for cows, j'hotm UlFllt.
FOB SALE A gootf tingle top buggy;
steel tires; will tske tome tradi
USO Bellevue street. Phone 331-iV.
TENT FOR SALE 12x16; also cheap
buggy and hack. Phillip Gilbert,
route 3, box Hit. Liberty district.
FOR SALE At hard times prices, pity J
property and farm land. Square Deal J
ifcany 10., ,sm L. r?. tsann Duilliug.
703 SALE One of the best suburban
homes, li miles south of Salcin.
Cme and see it. Price right; terms,
E. M. Law. Phone 2501 .1 :t.
F.EAL ESTATE
FOR SALE A small farm on main
road, SloO per acre. Address A, F. O.
care of Journal.
Deep iiov in the iitooittaiti.- in Fr--runt
and I'aliua torei-t reer'.ei hae
Jnwu te rangers to the vallevs.
Digestion and Assimilation.
It is no the quantity of food taken
but the amount digested and asimilf
0 1 tint gives strength aril vitnlitv to
Hie sys'em. Chamberlain Tablets in-
i' gyrate the stomach and liver an'l en-
able them to perform their functions ;
a,iirally. For snle by all dealers. I
Mrs. Klin Saiiltz. a widow, and pio
neer of died at the family home
111 l'ila. September lit. She ji
ears oi l.
1 Lama Back Kidney Trcmhls Causes
don't take lung for kidney snd
bladder trouble to give you a lame
Lack, and even worse if out checked,
jlrs. H. T. Strayni. Gainesville. On.,
sii fairly down on her back with kid
ney trouble and inflamed bladder, hh
rays: "I txk Foley Kidney pill and
aow my back is stronger thaa ia years,
mi Lbiney trouble aad painful biiid
der sensation Lave entirely gone."
Good druggistt are jrjad to sell Foley
Kidney Piii because tbey always help,
lher contain no habit forming drags.
faki ig totimonv ia the ease" of the
iznvernment aKaie-4 the Southern Pa
. -
lint grant will begin at kooeburg S
ten her 2' or
CASTORIA
For I&fkatt aa4 CiUdre.
Tli fki Yea H-T8 Ajt3ti Bscjtt
Btrtrs tb
Bictuunr of
Tin- Albany Y. T. C. A. has or,..,.
ied a Monster' club with 1! charter
member. It i proposed to iuaugiirato '
a inctniif rvhip rontot.
Friends Expected Her to Die
"1 sincerely believe my life was sav
ed in the Fall of l!H0 bv using Chum-'
bcrlatn s Colic, Cholera nd Diarrhoea
Remedy,'' writes .Mrs. Agnes Booth.
Tunawnnda. N. Y. "I was taken with
diurrhoen followed by nn attack of
acute indigestion. l"oer of the lien
:i . . 1 .
inns hi ('uriiav me agonic 1 enourcu. (
.m.v irien.is expected me to die, as 1
had been unable to get relief for so
long a time. This remedy went direct
ly to the seat of the trouble ami cured
a' in a few hours' time." For sale bv
all dealers.
Some people refuse to do (Mings be
mime they are near idghted, and some
'"''"""' ''"'V ' fr sighted,
Keeps Your Uyer Healthily Actlva.
Cleanses Your System Thoroughly.
A man in Kentucky just told a friend
that Foley Cathartic Tablets were the
I most wonderful medicine thut had ever
entered his svstem. Snid he would not
without them
Neither would v 11.
if you had ever tried tliem for chronic
constipation or for an oeeusiutinl purge.
Better for you thuo cnlounl. Keens
liver active. Stout people can't
111111 anything to cpiul them tor com-
fort. J. C. P.
New lu rg has ori'iiui.i d a dub to
noik for probibitinn.
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTORI A
The average woman can talk so long
011 a given subject that most men
liate to give her one.
now to Cure Sick Headache.
C. E. MiistiM-, of Fresno, California,
has adopted the correct treatment for
sick headache. He says: "I have used
Chninberlnin's Tablets for sick hend
ache and constipation for the past two
years. I have never found any pre
paration so sntisfai'tory in every re
spect for this trouble." For sitie by
all dealers.
Forest Supervisor .1. M. Nchmitz
says many ranye cattle in the Blue
mountain ,ie. of thirst during the
summer. Drouth conditions have been
only partly relieved by recent rains.
Chiiar'orrCry
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTORI A
A man can always count upon his
wife to agree with In 111 if iie doesn't
want her to.
Dizzy Head, Fluttering Heart, Floating
Specks.
These are signs of kidney and bind
der trouble. You'll have headaches,
too, backache and be tired all over,
rton't wait longer, but begin taking
Foley Kidney Pills at once. It won't
be long before your miserable sick feel
ing will be gone. You will tleep well,
eat well and grow strong ami active
again. They are a tonic and your en
tire system as well as kidneys and blad
der will be benefitted by their use. Try
them. J. C. Perry.
A JiiO !' oiav nut be in t'nvor of hang
iiiL' e'en if lie due mispend a sentence.
Cost Kept Down Quality Kept Up.
No better medicine could bo made
fnr coughs, folds, croup, hoarseness,
tickling throat, bronchitis, etc., than
Foley 'a Honey and Tar Compound.
That's why they can't improve the
quality, an'l war or no war, the price
remains the same. E. J. Sargent, Dallas,
Tex., says: "I believe Foley 't Honey
aad Tar ha n equal, for it completely
relieved me of all symptoms of tubercu
losis and mv tough has entirely disap
peared." Ir.n't accept any gubtitute.
for Joley Honey and Tar ji the best
J. C. Perry.
A bank at Eugene is offeriii't to fin
am e farmer" who win to pup hae
stock fur fee. hug, the bank to -'rv
the bmns until the stock is ready fur
marke4.
j- Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER b
CASTORIA
Too ficpienf coll ctions are apt
tliin the congregation.
to
How to Curs Cholera Morbus.
Many rases in this disease result fa
tally before med:cine can be obtained
or a physician summoned. It is eily
cured when the proper remedy is at
hand. Mrs. ' Larle Stewart of Mt.
Collins, N. Y.. says: "When my hus
'and had rhob ra morfius last siimmer
he osed hamlerlain'a folic, Cholera
aad Diarrhoea Remedy and it cured
him promptly." Every family should
keep tlis remedy at hand. It only costs
a O'larier. For sole br all dealers.
.ft
COLD DUST FLOUR
t Mada (y til
TDNET POWEi C0M7AJTY
Bydivty, Oregoa
Mad for 7 tally last.
stak t grsca for ft Beta
ad gborts slwsys m kmaSL I
9. B WA2XACX, Afstj.
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
Classified Business
Telephone Directory
A Quick, handy reference for busy people
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
Salem Abstract Company, 212 222 Salem Hank and T.us Bldf.
CHIROPRACTOR AND NERVE SPECIALIST.
Dr. P. H. May, 306-307 Hubbard Building Main 881
DRLG3.
Opera Houso Pharmacy, corner Court and High streets Main ii.V
Perry a Rexall Store, 115 South Commercial Alain 919
EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL.
Salem Electric Co., Masonic Temple, 127 North High . Main 1200
ELECTRIC WIRINO AND SUPPLIES.
Geo. Fettingil, 155 North Liberty itieet . ...'. Muin 187
riSH, CLAMS, OYSTERS. CRABS.
Salem Fi.sh A Poultry Market, 173 South Coimnerciul street Main 2125
FURNITURE, CARPETS, DRAPERIES.
Calef Bros., corner Court and High streets Main 5I3
GROCERIES.
L. M. Boggs & Co., 107 South Cnmmerciul
HARDWARE AND PAINTS.
Salem Hardware Co., Iue., 120 North Commercial
JEWELRY AND WATCH REFAIRINO.
John G. Burr Company, corner State and Liberty Main 12.15
LAUNDRIES.
Salem Stoam Laundry, 130 South Liberty ..
MILK AND CREAM.
tednr Bend Dairy, C. W. Dixou Co
PRINTTNO AND
Rosa E. Mooret & Co., lsil South Commercial street Main 2IS
PLUMBINO, BTEAM
T. M. Iiirr, 104 South Commercial
' UNDERTAKERS.
Rigdou-Richardson Co., 2ol North High
REAL ESTATE
Jim Willson, 141 North High street
STORAGE. TRANSFER AND DRAY AGE.
Salem Truck & Dray Co., corner Stata
STOVES AND BEDDINO.
Calef Bros., corner Court and High
SHOES REPAIRED WHILE YOU WAIT.
M. Dolan, 130 North Liberty street ..
WALL PAPER. PAINTS AND OILS.
W. J. Porter, 4,13 Court street
Walter f'aroii, depot v sheriff of Mar
ion county and marshal of lone, Satur
day night shot and instantly killed
l iinrles Earheart, aged Ml, nn es-euii-viet
from the Oregon prison. Kurheirl
drew on the marshal, and, saving,
"Your game's up, I '111 going to get
you," began firing. Two shots went
wild and the marshal got busy, his first
shot striking Eurheait ill the breu-t,
killing him instantly.
SalemFence
Works
R. B. Fleming, Prop.
American Fence
,In all heights and grades.
For stock, hogs snd poultry.
Farm gates, wood and iron.
Plain and barbs wlrs.
Hop hooks and cedar post.
, Flints, oils and varnish.
Rubber roofing and cement.
2.10 COURT 8T. PHONE 124
Back of Chicago Store.
MONEY TO LOAIS
On Good Seal Eststs Security,
TBOS K. TOED
er I add Bu-b Rats, Salem, Oregoi
CLIP THIS
(C CaPta Journal
Tatblicat you ars regular reader you must present Four Coupon
Ilk tfets oo.
The National Embroidery Outfit is guaranteed to be
the greatest collection and biggest bargain in patterns ever
offered. The 200 patterns have a retail value of 10 cents
each. Ering F0UIC Coupons and 68 cents to this office and
you will be presented with One Complete Outfit including
Book of Instructions and one All Wood Leaded Hoop and
10 skeins of silk. The 68 rents is to cover duty, exwreHS,
handling and the numerous overhead expenses of getting
the package from the factory to you.
N, BsOut of town reaitrt aid 6 etntt lor pottago
mnd expense of mailing.
Tslephons
533
Maiu 311
Main 17
Main 5
Farmers 71 F 3
LEOAL BLANKS.
FITTINQ AND TINNING.
street - Main
street Day and night, Main 183
AND INSURANCE.
Main 474
aud Front streets Maia 74
streets Main 603
Msin 4SJ
REAL ESTATE- TRANSFERS.
K V llichet et ir to ft Montague,
lot .14 Vernon Acres. -
M V Adix et u to II M .lames, lot
,1 II It M -vers Add Kilem. $10.
I M llickett to S Shaw, land in sec
10 r U S 3 East. I it,
II C Von llchren ,, tl to O & t ill
It Co., laud in sec 7 T !t ,S It W,
I.
II Tucker e! u to F .1 Sherwood
laud in llelliuger I) I. I' T 10 S It I
K.$I0.
II M llelliuger et tin to I, M Meliiii
ger, land ill sec I T 7 14 It I E.--$l.
Henry Horning et us to l F Zoll I
tier, rll.lt acres in Uro.vii It I, C T .!
S K 2 W. $111. I
! Itov Orwlck et tlx to F Hall et o,
! 100x1117 feet ill sec 3il T It H l( 3 M.- 1
$10.
Quit Claim Deeds.
J. W. Nelson et ill to Ed' Nel-oii,
4I.HH.1 acres in see It T S S It a V.
$1000. Title aud Trust o. to F .1 Sherwood,
laud in Itelluiger Claim T I o S If 2 W.
-I.
M II Fcrschivelier In L (! Feish-
! weiler, laud in sees 21 li 22 T -1 K It
W.-$l, ,
C Vanderbeck et vlr to M II Fer.-di
weiler laud iu sec 21 4 22 T .1 S K
2 W.$20S.
Many Wallown county farmers lit ing
near Enterprise, ai'-onling to the Iter
ord t hieftiiin, are disgusted becnus
they contracted their wheal a mouth
ago nt 'li cents, then thought by them
to lie a good price. In some ia-es
where Mospects were iood. the farmers
agreed to s.11 lonre th in their fields
actually produced.
COUPON,
WAY.
JOURNAL
4.4 mmi4M mnrnn
FOREST DEPARTMENT ,
sells some timber
The Forest Service has recently sold
to the Curvallis Lumber M ami fact 11 ring
Company M.Am.OiH) boar.l feet of timber
on the Santiam National Forest, Oregon,
The timber ia situated on npproit-
mutely 170 acres in sections X and it,
T. 10 S.. K. fl K., W, M on the water-
shed of Dry Crook, which U tributary
to the ,orth rork of the Snutiniit River,
not far from hoover, Oregon, and eon-
sists of 7,7lrt,iHMt board feet of Douglas
fir li'O.iKio lmard feet of western hem-
lock, 3stt,iniii hoard feet of western
hemlock, 3!i,000 bonr.l feet of western
red cedar, and 13,000 board feet of
western white pine.
The company is to pay for the timber
in advance of rutting in Instalments n(
not less than $2,0011 each, lit the ratrt
of $1.3.1 per M for louglas fir and
western white pine, $2.10 per M for
western re, cedar, ami 50c per M for
western hemlock. ' lly the contract of
sale, the company will be allowed until
.lime 30, I!I0, for the ntting and ro-
moval of the timber.
PRESIDENT WILSON
HAS HOPES FOR PEACE
Washington, Sept. 21. -President Wil
son told callers todav that he was
"earnestly nud prayerfully" trving to
fnither I he cause nf peace in Europe.
He Mild lie was anxious Hint the cor
respondents not print stories putting
the adiiiinistiatioii iu a false or foolish
light, lie was particularly displeased
with stories that he contemplated call
ing a win Id's peace convrcss. Suh
articles, (hit president said, he feared
wool, I hamper his efforts to bring about
peace in Europe.
I'nlins' claim that It is ill orderly
town is sopporlod bv Marshal hasp's
report of only 40 arrests in a year.
Half of these were for drunkenness;,
and the observer mivs the greater
number of t.iese persona were mm
residents. AN OVERBURDENED WirE.
If the ivoik that women do and the
pains they Hiiffer could tie measured in
figures, what n terrible nriny they
would presentl -Tliroiigh girlhood, wife
hood and aiiitherhood woiiinit tolls on,
often suffering with backache, pains in
side, headaches and nervousness, which
arc tell talo symptoms of orgnnlc de
rangements which l.ydiu E. I'inkliam's
Vegetable Compound - made from roots
and herbs enii undoubtedly correct.
Women who suffer should not give up
hope until they have given if a trial.
U'Ren, Schuebel & Hesse
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Deutscher Advokat
518, 519, 520 Railway Exchange Building
Phone Main 6376 Portland, Oregon
TRAVELERS' GUIDE
RAILROADS.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANT.
Tim Tsbls, Portland Division.
Northbound.
IS Oregon Fspress n 5 00 a.m.
10 Albany Paasengar 7:24 a.m.
23 Willamette Limited 0:27 a.m.
12 Hhastii Limited 12:33 p.m.
1H Portland Passenger 2:00 p.m.
20 Portland PuWiiger 6:43 p.m.
11 Portland Eipr 8.0 p.m.
22 Local Way Freight 10:30 a m,
222 Portland Tarough Frt ... 10:38 p.m.
Southbound.
15 California Fipresa - 3:32 a m.
17 Itoseburg Passenger 11:10 a.m.
lit Cottage (irove pass 4:40 p.m.
27 Willamette Limited 0:11 p.m.
. II Shasta Limited 5:43 p.m.
1 i Aljany Passenger 8:45 p.m.
! I -I uu L' ...... ; L' . in.ia
225 Ixteal Way Freight :27 a.m.
221 Haa Fran. Thro' Frt..,.12:01 a.m.
Salsm Gear Branch.
! 73 Passenger Ar. Halein 9:2H a.m.)
7U Mnel, Leavs Halein 10:00 a.m.'
75 Mixed, Arrive Halein ... 3:00 p .m.
' 74 Caaunirer. Leava hulein fi:00 D m.
Salem, Falls City k Western.
1 Motor leaves
ill Kalem for Vail City 7:00 a.m.
; 1B. Httlem for Hiack HK'k....9:45 a.m.
lrt W Kalem for Falls I ity 140 p.m.
, 107 Halem for TalTs City 3:25 p.m.
Kalem for Dallas 6:15 p.m.
j l.V.t- -Dly frt. Hal em lilk Bock .6:00 a.m.
! Motor leaves- Ar. Halein
1 102 Fall ( ity. .. 7:30 a.m. 8:40 a.m.
1 164 Falli City ... 9:30 a m. 11 :.I3 a.m.
114 Black Rock. 1:03 p.m.
IllFall City.... 3:43 p.m.
170 rails City... 8:40 p.m.
; 240 Black Rock 6:00 a.m.
3.13 p.m.
5:30 p m.
7:45 p.m.
1:35 P.O.1
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Nortboeund.
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Late Yesterday f
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Wellington, N. 2. Word ws receiv.
d that a volcano on White Island. Hay
of Plenty, New Zealand, has burst into
eruption and that II workmen on the
island are misioiig.
Horesford, Cul. Struck by an auto-
mobije driven by IX L, Croup, San Ma-
ten, a man suppose, I to bo Peter Valka,
San Fraueiseu, was killed, and another,
believed to be a San Francisco tailor
named Crosinann, was perhaps fatally
hurt.
1 Honolulu.-Seventy members of the.
Chinese rrewa of tlie refugee Herman
steamships Staatsekreter Kinetke, lion,
verneur .liieschko and I.ongmoon were
imprisoned on mutiny charges, their
story being that they'hait been worked
nearly to death coaling Herman rruii-
er at the Mnrshnll Islnmls.
Dr. Stone's
Poison Oak Remedy
A snow whits
medicine, toft
and toothing to
tho skin, applied
very hoar at
once relieved and
soon cttrea
POISON OAK.
Pries 20c and 50o
For sale by all
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druggists and -t
DR. STONE'S
Drug Store
Tbs only rash 11 nig stort In Oregon,
owes no one, and no ona owes It; car
ries larga stock; Its shelves, counters
and show cases art loaded with drugs,
medicines, notions, toilet articles, wines
and liquors of all kinds for medicinal
pur poswt. Dr, Stons Is a regular gradu
ate) in medicine and has bad many
years of experience In th practise.
Consultations sre free. Prescription
are free) ami only regular pries for
medicino. Dr. Htone can be found at
bis drug store, Patent, Oregon, from
6:40 In ths morning nntil 8 at night
Free delivery to all parts of ths city
and within radius of 100 mile.
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