Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, October 03, 1914, Page SEVEN, Image 7

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ABSTRACTS
, LODGE DIRECTOR? (Continued).
JJIJ'ON ABSTRACT CO. Abstracts MULTNOMAH ROYAL ARCH CIlAP-
tliat Protect. Our books posted up to
date each morning. Call Main 1249
and a messenger will call for your
abstract. J. C. Siegmund, president;
Max Gehlhar, secretary, 245 State
ntreet.
AUCTIONEER
AUCTIONEER Salem's reliable seller.
Farm sulee solicited. Terms, 1 per
cent; satisfaction guaranteed or no
r pay. Henry M. Voorhies, Michigan
nveuue, first street east of the state
fair grounds.
TER NO. 1, R. A. M. Regular meet
ing second Friday in each month at
8 p. m. in the Masonic Temple. J.
T. Welch, Ex. High Priest; Lot L.
Pearee, secretary.
HODSON COUNCIL NO. 1, R. & 8. M.
Stated assembly first Monday in
each month, Masonic Temple. L. S.
Rowland, Thrice Illustrious Master;
Glenn C. Niles, Recorder.
CHIROPRACTIO-SPINOLOOIST
DJJ. O. L. SCOTT Graduate ot Chiro
practic's Fountain Head, Davenport,
Iowa. If you have tried everything
nnd have got no relief, try Chiroprac
tic spinal adjustments and get well.
Office 40G-7-8 U. S. National Bank
Building. Phono Main 87. Residence
Main 82S-R.
LAUNDRY
OT.OTHE8 LAST LONGER With our
nlLhfuiil work. Established 20 venra:
436 Fcrrv street, south side, between
w' Liberty and High. Hop Le,
JST3W AND SECOND-HAND GOODS
RI3COND-HAND FURNITURE bought
nold and exchanged, Highest prices
I iid for second-hand goods. See us
efor.) you sell. Wir sproehen
Deutseh. Peetz Furniture Co., 247
North Commercial Street. Phone 084.
DE MOLAY COMMANDEHY, N. 5, K.
T. Regular conclave fourth Friday
in each month, at 8 o'clock p. m., in
Masonic Temple. Sojourning Sir
Knights are courteously invited to
meot with us. . K. Davis, lu. (J.;
f rank A. Turner, Recorder.
Chronic Dyspepsia. ,
The following unsolicited testimonial ;
should certainly be sufficient to givo :
nope nnu couruge to persons attlictc.l
with chronic dyspepsia: "I have been!
a chronic dyspeptic for years, nnd of all j
the medicine 1 liuve taken, Chamber-1
Inin's Tablets hnvc doneme more good i
tlian anything else," says W. O. Alnt-1
tison. No. 7 Shermun street, Hornells-1
ville, N. Y. For sale by all dealers.
Many a girl who thinks she has a
Bwnulilio neck makes a goose of herself.
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
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AWARDS IN TEXTILE DEPT.
(Continued from Page Two.)
CHADWICK CHAPTER NO. 37, 0. E,
8. Regular meeting every fi:i! nnd
tnird Tuesday at 8 p. m. in the Mn
sonic Temple. Mrs. Ida B. Oodfroy,
W, M., Ida M. Habcock, secretary.
A Marvelous Escape.
"My little boy had a marvelous es
cape," writes P. F. Bnstinn.1, of Prince
Albert. Cape of Good Hope. "It oc
curred in the middle of the night. He
got a very severe attack of croup. As
luck would have it, I had a lnrge bot
tle of Chnmberlnin 'b Cough Remedy in
the house. After following the direc
tions for nn hour nnd twenty minutes,
he was through ull danger.1' Hold by
nil dealers.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AM b! RICA.
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 52411, meets
very Thursday evening at 8 o'clock
in Masonic Hall, corner Court nnd
Liberty streets. Elevator service. H.
L. Born, V. C; Ray A. Grant, clerk.
aiGHKST price paid for. second-hand
furniture, ranges, hardware, tents,
itc. We carry the most complete
ntock of above articles iu town nt
the lowest price. 0. L. McPoek, 271
North Commercial St. Phone Main
121:1.
I ! - . - I
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS
BUS. B. H. WHITE and R. W. WAL
TON, Osteopathic physicians aud
nerve specialists. Uraduates of
American R.hool of Osteopathy,
Ktrksville, Mo. Post graduate and
npeeiulized in nervo diseases ut Los
Angeles college. Treat acute and
chronic diseases, Consultation free.
Lady attendant. Office 50.1-500 H. S.
National Bunk building. Phone 8511.
Knsidonco 34(1 North Capitol street.
Phone 401).
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem
bly No. 84, meets every Wednesdav
nt 8 p. ni. in Moose Hull. Mrs. F. W
Cook, M A; Ivan G. Martin, scire
tary, Masonic Temple.
SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY D. D
Koelor, president; Mrs. Lou Tillson
secretary. All cases of cruelty or
neglect of dumb animals should bo
reported to the secretary for invent
Ration.
When a woman gets old enough to
forget that she has a complexion she
begins to worry about her rights.
They Make You Peel Good.
The plenstint purgntive effect pro
duced hy Chnmborliiin 's Tnblets und
the heulthy condition of body und mind
which they creute mnke one feel joy
ful. For sale bv nil dealers.
If the diMiinl hereafter had been
nuiiied I'r.oinysl instead of what it
wos, thn temptation tu tell people to
Uo mere wouiiin I ne so strong.
SURPRISE MANY IN SALEM.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD Meet
every Friday night nt 8 o'clock iu
McComaek block. C. O. Matlock, C.
C.j C. G. McElroy, clem, 519 Court
street, plume 305.
8CAVEWOER -
H'.LKM SO AVENO Eli Charles Soos
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
kinds removed on monthly contracts
t reasonable rates. Yards snd cess
jools denned. Office 548 Htuto st.
Office phone Main 2217. Residence
Main 2272.
MISCELLATTEOUS
R. J. HHRSntlJ.V It nincksmlthing,
woodwork, automobile springs made
and repaired. All work guaranteed
strictly first class. 258 Cheiucketu
street.
FOR RENT
FOR KENT Furnished rooms, also
housekeeping- rooms. 8.15 N. Com
mercial street. '
UNDERTAKERS
LI1TIMAN & CLOUGH C. B. Webb, A.
M, Clough, morticians aud funeral di
rectors. Lntest modern methods
known to the profession employed.
445 Court street, Main 120, Main OSS.
BIODON-R1CHARDSON CO. Funeral
directors nnd undertakers. 252 North
High street. Office Phono Main 183.
Itigdon residence Main 111.
WOOD AND COAL
HALEM FUEL YARDS The place of
?unlity. All kinds of dry wood, four
oot or cut iu stuvo lengths to suit.
Phompt delivery. Wo hnndle the best
coals on the market. Try our King
coal; it Is the best. 752 Trade street.
Phone Main l2!, Mark Hid. lull, prop.
WENT KHF.K-Fnr :
lies. Impute 21:
Jacob Idlewitie.
i few more fnuii
13 N. llniu.lwoy.
NEW MODERN" nouse to rent, near
school ami car line; cheap if takeu
nt once. Square Den! Realty Co.
ItOOM for rent iu private fnmily, board
if desired; all modern conveniences;
terms very reasonable. 840 Union st.
The OiiH action of simple buck
tlniru Iscf, glycerine, etc., ns mixed
in Adler-i-ka, the remedy which beciltno
famous bv curing iippcnilicMts, Is sur
prising Salem people. .Mnny have found
that this simple remedy drains so much
f mil matter fr.uii the system that n
MINGLE 1HI.SK relieves constipation,
siuir stimiuch and gas on the stomach
almost IMMEDIATELY. A.tler i kn Is
the most thorough bowel crcunsor ever
sold. ,1. I'. PEltliY.
Stop Those Early Bronchial Coughs.
They hung on nil winter if not check
ed, und pave the way for serinis throat
and lung diseases, dct n bottle of l:o
ley's Honey, nnd Tar Compound, mid
take it freely. Mops coughs nnd colds,
heals rnvv inflamed throut, loosens the
phlegm mill is in i ll 1 v laxative, ('has.
T. Miller, Ed. Enquirer, Cnnnelton, nd.,
hail bronchia! trouble, got very hoarse
coughed constantly from a tickling
throut. He used only Foley's Honey
und Tnr ( ompoiiiul. V as entirely re
lieved. Wants others to know of Foley's
Honey nud I nr.
FOR SALE
Ftlll SALE Household furniture; steel
rnnue, Mrs. M. ,1. lliovvu, neur Fin
vine's Htor.i, West Siiicni.
TENT FOR SALE 12x1(1; also cliotii
buggy nnd hack. Phillip Gilbert,
route I), box 119, Liberty district,
To match General Von Kluck the
ltassiuii war office ought to be able
somewhere to find a military gamut;
mimed Knkl or sniuethiiiK of thut sort
WATER COMPANY
ft.tKivf "WWKK'TOM pan tf37ffi7;
corner Commercial and Trndo streets.
For water service apply at office.
Bills pnvnhle monthly In advance.
LODGE DIRECTORY
A O. 11. W. Protection Lodge No. 2.
Meets every Monday evening st S
in the MeCornuck Hull, corner Court
mm 1,11101 ty streets. A. K, Autrimce,
M. W.s M. A. McFalden, recorder;
A. L. llrowu, 1
OCNTHAb LODGE No. IS, K. of P-
McCariiscU building, Tuesday even
ing of cueh week at 7:30; W. H
Gilrnin, C. C; .'lines W, Cox., K
of 11 and S.
HALEM LODGE NO, 4, A. F. & A. M.
Ktutcd cniuni"tiliiitinin first Fridiiv
in orcIi mouth at 7:30 p. in. In the
Masonic Temple. David A. Wright
K. M. 8. Z. Culver, secretary.
PACIFIC LODGE NO, 50, A. F. A A
M. Hinted eiitiitiiutilc.'itioii third 1'rl
dny in cm h month nt 7:, HI p. in, In
the Mnsnulc Temple. J, S. Wytint, W.
Ri. truest ii. ( lioato sccrotury,
IJ N. of A. "Orcuan flrnpe Camp,'
No. lilfM, meets everv Thursday even
log In Met ormck building, Court nnd
Liberty streets. Elevator. Hull"
I'armenler, 711 North Front street.
Oracle; Har.el Price, Imperial Kurnl
ore Co., reenrder.
A limn isn't neees.nrily pulislted be
iiise lie enst reMoetinns.
Check Kidney Trouble at Once.
There is such ready action in r nicy
Kidney Fills, you feel their lieuling
from the very tirst close. Huckache
wettk, sore kiduevs, painful bludder mid
Irregular netion disuppeiir with their
use. O, Palmer, (Ireeu Hay, Wis., says
"My wife is rapidly recovering her
lea th nnd stren'rlh. doe sidetv tu ridcv
i' nn ,-.i,c. iir.Ai iiTins reisomi I Kidney Tills." And V. 'I. Ilutchcns,
small tract, nbout '.'' j ncro' u.md
house and linrn; nil iu fruit. Square
Deal Ifenllv Co.
FOR SAI.EOne of the best siiburbnn
homes, Hi miles south of hulem.
Come ami see it. Price right; terms,
E, M, Law. Phone 230 1-J -.1.
n - - - - jj
REAL E8TATE
FOR SALE A, small farm on main
rood, JI'iD per acre. Address A, F. O.
cine of .lonrnnl.
WANTED.
WAN'I'EI" TO SELL Or tiade fur
farm property, a good iieiiernl mer
chnndie stock, business twelve bun
lire, I per month. Inquire F, I),, care
of .Ion rn,i I.
1
$100 Reward. S100
Th renders nt this paper wilt 111
pleascit in learn that there Is at least on
Uri-ndi'il disease thill science has Wll
utile in cure In nil Its smites, and Hint Is
I'ulnrili. Hull's Culnrrll Cure Is ths only
positive cure now Hnown to the medical
Frut"rnltv. cninrrh bcltm n eonslltiilluniil
disease, requires a rousiltutloiiitl treat
ment. Hull's CntNirli Cure is (alien In
tcraallv, aciliin ilirectly upon the Mood
and ivueoiis surfaces of the system, there
tic dcstrovlnir the fooiiitnilon of the discus.-,
and RlvltiK the patient slrenitth hy
I,, ill, linn up th constitution end sssisiln
naiure In dolnn lis worli. The proprietors
have so much faith In Us corstlve now
ers that tliev offer one Hundred DuPnrs
f r any rase Hint It falls to cur. Hind
for ll"t of testimonials. '
I AiMr-M! r .1 rliKNKT A TO, Toleito, O.
'silil liv nil I iriinetmla. 7 rnv
Tskt iuil s Ksmitf Pills for eonitlpttlotv
Nicliolhou, Oil., suvs: "dust a few dose
made me feel better, nud now my pains
nnd rlieuiuiitism tire nil irone und 1
sleep nil night long."
CHICHESTER S PILLS
I.Nillral Al Mir riiBrlol l"f t
hl. li rr n IMmMfMlTlrniMt
1'IIU lit IU 4 t-nltl ni-, .mAV
ir.l.. I villi Hints HiM-rt. V
TnLs.stnltti.Pi. Il l V
llt-tttrirUL A ,L r.rl ll I.I f N M.'I'IMI f
IMAMoMI IIIIANI IMI.I.. lit .V
VfAiikiiutsiiat Hfil.fiKctit, AW r' Krll il'ln
SOLD DY UltLGGlMS LVI litWhlLKL
Positively Masters Croup.
Foley's Honey nnd Tnr Coinpoiind
cuts the thick choking mucus nnd clears
away the phlegm, Opens up the tin
passaires and stops the hoarse eongli.
The gasping, sliaiigliug fight for lircntlt
glees uny to quiet hieutlilng nnd peace
fill sleep. Harold llerg, Mass, Mich
writes; "We give Foley's Honey am
Tar to our children for croup nnd It III
wtivs ucls quickly. No wornler a mnn
In Texas walked Hi miles to the store
to get a bottle of Foley's Honey nnd
Tnr Compound. Every user Is n friend.
Telephone
ABSTRACTS OP TITLE.
Salem Abstract Company, 212-222 Salem Bank and T.ust Bldg 535
CHIROPRACTOR AND NERVE SPECIALIST.
Dr. P. H. May, 306-307 Hubbard Building Main 881
EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL.
Salem Electric Co., Masonic Temple, 127 North High Main 1200
ELECTRIC WIRING AND SUPPLIES.
Geo. Pettingil, 155 North Liberty street '. Main 18'
FISH, CLAMS, OYSTERS, CRABS.
Snlom Fish & Poultry Market, 173 South Commercial street Main 2125
FURNITURE, CARPETS. DRAPERIES.
Calef Bros., corner Court and High streets Main 5113
HARDWARE AND PAINTS.
Salem Hardware Co., Inc., 120 North Commercial Main 172
LAUNDRIES.
Salem Steam Laundry, 130 Soi'th Liberty Main 25
' MILK AND CREAM.
Cedar Bend Dairy, C. W. Dixon & Co Farmers 74 F-3
PRINTING AND LEGAL BLANKS.
Ross E. Moores & Co., 101 South Commercial street Main 218
PLUMBING, STEAM PITTING AND TINNING.
T. M. Barr, 104 South Commercial street Main 1U2
UNDERTAKERS,
Rigdon-Eichardson Co., 254 North High street Day and night, Main 183
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
Jim Willson, 141 North High street '. Mulu 474
STORAGE, TRANSFER AND DRAY AGE.
Salmn Truck & Dray Co., corner State and Front streets Main 74
STOVES AND BEDDING.
Calef Bros., corner Court and High streets Main 593
WALL PAPER, PAINTS AND OILS.
W. J. Porter, 455 Court street Muln 485
JOB PRINTING.
Ill 'J Ilea ver State I'riuteis, I'utlon lllock. ....
Singlo towel Mrs. W. F. Oloeckacr,
Grants Puss, let; Kate Bagwell, Port
land, 2nd.
Doilies (six) Mrs. J. Kecny, SuUni,
1st; Mrs. Onillu Eastman, (ireshnm,
2nd.
Irish collar and cuff net E. A. field-
liar, 1st; Mrs. M. K. Ci i II, Portland, 'ind
Collar Mrs. L. li. Josse, Silem, 1st
und 2nd,
Hug Marie Kosiua, fcuiiom, 1st; Kate
liugwell, J'ortlaml, 2nd.
Jabot Kate Bagwell, Portlmd, lit
Mrs. II. M. Hoop, Muster, 2nd.
Hhirtwnist Mrs. M. E. (Jill, Portlmd,
isr.
Macrnmo bag Miss Elene Fawk, a-
lem, 1st; Mrs, W. .1. Domes, Met ov
2nd.
Collnr Mrs. W. ,1. Hones, McCoy,
1st; .Mrs. .M. Kcllnou, Corvullis, 2n.l
Display filet Marie Kosina, H.il'in,
1st; Veda Jlne Cross, Salem, 2nd.
Display of Irisil Mrs. L, II. Joao,
Snlein, 1st; Kate Bagwell, Portland,
-ud.
PILES.CURED AT HOME BY
NEW ABSORPTION METHOD
If you sutler from bleeding, Itchlux, blind
or protruding Piles, send uu your address,
and I will tell yon how to euro yoursell at
home hy tlio new uhnorptlon tnmtiucutt and
will also scad sotno ol this nome trculnidia
free for trial, with reforeaces from your own
locality lfrciMted. lumwiliiite rclisf snd
permanent curu assured, Head uo money,
hot tell othorsof this olfcr. Write today lo
Irs. M. Hummers, Boi . Noire Duuie ad.
Or, to tnit it iu the hnscluill binuiiuge,
the Ci o r ii hi 1 1 south paw. .
Poloy's Cathartic Tablow.
You will like their positive nclion.
They hnve a tonic effect on the bowels,
and give a wholesome, thorough t-Tcuus-ing
to the entire bowel tract. Stir the
liver to lienlthv activity nnd keep tue
stomnch siveet, Constipation, lieiidiiehe,
lull, tired feeling never (ftliet those
who use Foley Cathartic Tnblets. Only
. Specially comforting to srour per
sons who enjoy the light nnd free feel
ing they give.
ANGORA GOAT AWARDS.
Children Dry
FOR FLETCHER'S
C ASTO R I A
TTTT TtTTTTtTTtTTTTTTt Tt
GOLD DUST FLOUR
Mads by ths
SYDNEY POWER COMPANY
Sydney, Oregon
Mtds for family nt,
Ask your irocot for It,
snd shorts always on
Bran
baud,
P. B. WALLACE, A(tnt.
4-4-M-4
llucli, 2 veins mnl over- 1, Win. i(i
dell & (sons; 2, Win. Kid. loll i- Hons; 3,
,lr. Springer,
llucli, I vear and under S I, S, F.
Zvssett; 2, Win, Hi. I, loll & Nim; 3, Win
It'iililcll & Hons.
Muck kid I, Win. lii.Mdl i Sous; 2,
Win. liidilell & Hons; 2, Win. KM. M1 &
Sons; 3, S, E, Zysselt,
Hoe, 2 years and over I, Win, Kid
dell & Sous; 2, Win. Hi.Mcll Si Sous; 3,
S, l' Zysselt.
Doe, 1 year and under 2 -1, Win. Hid
dell & Hons; 2, Win. Hi. Will & S ; 3,
Jr. Springer.
Doe kid I, Win. Itidilell & Hons;
Win, Kiddell it Sons; .'I, H, V, l.isselt
Flocks,
One buck, any age; I doe 2 years and
over; 1 dun, I year nud under 2; I doc!
kid under I year I, Win. Kiddell '
Sous; 2, Jr. Springer.
Got or una Hire, 1
Four kids, the get of I buck, bid'
by exhibitor), Wiu. Kiddell i Sins;'
2! H. I' Zvssett; 3, dr. Springer. 1
Produce of Ono Doe,
Two kids, the produce of I doe, lued
by exhibitor I, Win. Kiddell Si Sons
Breeders' Premium.
Exhibit of 12 liend of not mine than
3 luulis, Aiigorn goals -I, Win. Uiddcli
i Sons,
Champions.
Muck, any age-1, Win. Kiddell 4.
Sous.
Doe, uny line - I, Win. Kiddell &
Soiis
Bpocinl Premiums,
Host breeders' I Inch ol' I reuistered
Angorii kids, the gel of I sire, I I by
the exhibitor, who must be 11 ineiuler
of the American Angorii Oonl Hi l os'
ii'isocintion.
Knitting.
Slippers Kate llngwe.l, PortVud,
1st; -Mrs. L. Williams, Salem, 2nd.
Purse Kate llagwell, I'urtl.'iml, 1st
Sweater Mrs. (.(, II. .loiien, Siilem
1st
Shawl Mrs. H. II, flrinsted, Ruse
lung, 1st; Mrs. Lena Juaper, Salem
11. 1 .
Display Olive I'eaeock,' Albany, 1st
Mrs. II. M. Hoop, .Hosier, 2nd.
Handwork of Women Ovor 60 Yonrs,
Embroidered I111 ml kerchief Kate
llagwell, Portland, 1st. '
Hemstitched hunillioivliicf Mrs l
A. dill, I 'nit In ii.l, 1st; Mrs, Jinues Situ
iiioiH, rortlmi.l, 2nd,
Fancy apron Mrs. l''irl;hurst, Salem,
1st; Martha A. Hummers, I'oiilin.l, 'lad.
Child's dr,'s Mrs. ,1, A. Aiplc;uto,
Siilem, 1st; Kate llagwell, Portland,
2nd.
Mulilgown Kate llagwell, I'orthu.l,
1st; .Mrs. Jniues Simmons, I'ortliuul,
2nd.
Eiiibroideicil corset rover .Mrs, li H.
Eeeliner, llrmitH I'liss, 1st nnd 2nd
Etiibioideri d sliiitvvuist Mrs. Kit
geiiiu (lilliiiuham, Salem, 1st.
Centerpiece Mrs. Aiiliu (luuuiug,
Turner, 1st; Kule llagwell, '.'ortlaiii
2nd.
Lunch clot h r M rs, Eugenia (lillnig
halo, Saliuii, 1st,
Hofn pillow (piitrhwoik) Mrs. .'line
Williams, Salem, 1st; Mis. M. A. (Ml,
Portland, 2nd.
Embroidered towels Kate Hugwill,
I'orllund, 1st; Mrs. If. It, Eeeliucr,
(Irmits Pass, 2tnl,
lied ipiilt (piitchworli) Mis. Mn.v
Mitchell, Hulem, 1st.
lied ipiilt (putenwork) II11111111I1 I'nl-
Icrness, Winifred Hvrd, Salem, lit;
Mrs. J. A. Carr, Hulem, 2nd.
Shawl (crochet) Mrs. Hetsy Pollock,
Salem, 1st; Mrs. K. A Miller, Salem,
2nd.
Bedspread Mrs. CI. Kompfmue'ler,
Portland, 1st; Mrs. F. K. Hubbard
Falls City, 2nd.
Hedspreud (knitted) Mrs Peter
Luthy, Snlem, 1st; Mrs. Almira "ol-
lard, Snlem, 2nd.
Knit luce Mrs. W. L. Hinkle, Port
land, 1st; Mrs. J. A. Applegnte, Salem,
ml.
Knit doilies Mrs. Etta Wo-ks, Can-
by, 1st; Martha A. Hummers, Portland,
n.l.
Hoiiip-niade rug Mrs. Juno Williems,
Halein, 1st; Mrs. Almira Pollard, Saltm,
2nd.
Needlework for Misses Under 11.
Crocheting Hilda J07, Salem, 1st
Pillow slips (hemstitched) Margaret
Griffith, Salem, 1st; Edna McElha:.ay,
suverton, 2nd.
Towels (embroidered) Josephine
lliiumgartucr, Hulem, 1st: Mary Tate,
Stnyton, 2nd.
Dresser scurf (embroidered) Helen
West, Snlem, 1st; Faith Friday, Salem,
2nd.
Centerpiece Hilda .Tory, Snlem, 1st
Fiincy apron Josephine liiiumgnrt-
ner, Snlem, 1st; Delia Mills, Heuver,
2nd.
Nightgown Helma K11111010, Snlem,
1st.
Handkerchiefs Edna McElhancy, .
Hilverton, 1st,
Hofn pillow Wayne I'rent.cr, Snlem,
1st.
Pin cushion Josephine Hniiingartnor,
Halein, 1st; Myrn (Heeson, Snlom, 2nd.
Cross stitch display Helen West, Sn
lem, 1st; Mary Tate, Hta.yton, 2nd
Specials The Noodlecraft Bhop, Salem.
Display by child under 7 ysnrs Con
stance V'untis, Salem, 1st; Rosalie
Jones, Joseph, 2nd,
Display by child between 7 and 12
Pearl Jones, Halein, 1st; Lenta Haum-
uarlucr, Salem, second.
"THE OLD RtXIABL E"
REMEDYforMEN
AT DFIUOUISTU.QHTNIAL BOX BV MAIL bOa
FROM PIANTFN 93 Ht'NRVflr. UFtOOkLVN.NY.
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lor IufuuU and Children,
The Kind You Ha Always Bought
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Signature of
U'Ren, Schuebel & Hesse
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Deutscher Advokat
518, 519, 520 Railway Exchange Building
Phone Main 6376 Portland, Oregon
I TRAVELERS' GUIDE
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Ohildron Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTORI A
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY,
lima Table, Portland Division,
. Northbound.
II Oregon Kxpress
10 Albany l'lissenger
2s Willamette Limited .
III Hhnsla Limited
IS I'uillnml l'lissenger ,
1!0 I'ortlnnd l'nsseuger .
14 I'ortliuul Kipress
21M1- Local Way Freight...
Lv. I'ortland
11:11) a. in
7:110 a, tu
I 8:20 a.m
8:00 a.m. ().4i) t m
7:21 am. n.,0 pm
il:27 a.m. , 3.41 ,,.,
12:115 p.m. 4 :.n p.m
2:00 p.m. n:ll0 p.m
6:411 p.m.1 n:IJ p.n
H:00 p.m. 1;,,fl ,,,,
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CLIP THIS COUPON
Only Out "BROMO QUININE
To get the genuine, rail tor full name
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for signature of E. W. drove. Cures
Cold in One Dn. 85c.
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Avoid Sedative Cough Medicines.
If you want to contribute directly to
the occurrence of cnpillury brnneliitis
nnd pneiiin.'niii. use viitiglt niedlclncs
that contain cudine. morplilne, hernin
and other sedatives when y.111 hnve n
cnugli or cold. An rxpectiiriint llhe
C'hninberlaiti 's Cougli Itemedv Is "hat
U needed. Thnt cbnns out the culture
beds or breeding places fur the norms
nt' pneunioiila nnd other germ discuses.
That Is liy pneumonia never results
frum n cold when I hnmlierlaln s t utiuh
Kemedy Is used. It liss n world -wide
reputntlun for its euros. For sole by
ull dealers.
Chiiaron'Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTOR I A
MONEY TO LOAN
On Onod Eosl Bitatt Security,
nios k. roED
... 1 m i,i li. I, n, t Hslem, Oreiioi
SalemFence
Works
R. B. Fleming, Prop.
American Fence
In all heights and grades.
Tor itock, hoga and ponltry.
Farm gates, wood and Iron.
Plain and barb wire.
Hop hooka and cedar posts,
Painta, oils and varnish.
Buhber roofing and cement.
SAO COURT ST. PHONE 12
Back of Chicago Store.
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Tu indicate you art a regular res iter yuU oiuit present tour Coupon!
Ilk this out.
The National Embroidery Outfit In gunrunlcpil to lie
tlio BrpatcHt collection and biiruoMt bur(jnin in pattcrnrt ever
offered. The 200 patterns huve a rolail vnlun of 10 cents
euch. Brlnif FOUll Coupons and 08 cents to this office and
yon will be prenentod with One Complete Outfit Including
l'.ook of InHiriictlons and ono All Wood Leaded Hoop and
10 skeins of nilk. The 68 cents Is to cover duty, express,
handling and the numerous overhead expeimes of getting
the package from the. factory to you.
N. B.Out of town readtri add 5 cn(t for potto f
and pn of mailing.
222--l'ortluu,l tnr.11.gh Frt..,.10:!IH p.m. ,v
Duuiiiuuunu.
1.1 California. Kspress
1 7 lloseburg IWcnunr....
Ill C.itlngo drove 1'ass ...
27 Willamette Limited...,
I 11 HluiHtll ldiiill.ul 0:1.1 p.m.
II Albany l'assenger SMS p.m.
I l.'l-Hun Francisco Kpriss..l0:!IH p.m,
22i" Local Way Freight 0:27 a.m.
221 Hun Frnn,' Thro' Frt ... 12:01 a.m.
Haleni Oear Branch.
711-l'lissenger Ar. Hulem V:8,1 a.m.
70 Mixed, Leave Hnlem 10:110 e.tu,
Ti Mixed, Arrive riulein,... 11:00 pm,
I 7l-l'Hseiignr, LenvB Halein 0:00 p.ui,
t Hnlem, Falls City A Western,
I Mutnr leaves
j lfll Halein for Fall City ....
iu:i nnicm lor niaca itoea
I s I Halein for Fulls I Ity....,
IH7-Hnlem fur Tails City...,
liii-Hnlem for I inline
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it in IZ I'-"'
1 ' 7:n a.m
.' i " 11:10 a.m
l:f.O p.m
11:110 p.m
12:03 a. I
Lv. Hnlein
1:3,1 p. 9
Lv. Hnlem
0:20 p.m.,
Lv, Hnlem
2: in a.m..
H ill a.m.,
It:" tun. I:I0 .i.
0:111 D.m. H"l"i"
..7:00
,.i40
,.1' ln p.m
Slid- -Dly fit. Halein lllk Hock .0:00 a.m. 1 ' I""
Motor leaves
Hi'J Falls Cltv.... 7::i0 a.m.
101 Falls Cltv.... W:ao a.m,
I till- lllnek llucli. 1:01 p.m.
Ills Fulls Cltv.... H:4fl p.m.
170 Fulls ( Itv.... 5:40 p.m.
840 illaek ltock 0:00 a m.
km Utilnin
H:40 a nt,'
11:25 a.m, Mnn
4.1 S pm.! : p.m
s . tin I
Southbound.
Ar. Bftlaai
1 8:111 .aa,
8 :57 e.
8 Limited 10:10 a..
I IS:SI p.a,
0 4:33 p.nv
11 8:01 pa.
Ill Limited ...... 8:38 p.a,
. 17 Local 8:11 p.a.
II) UM p.a.
.. 1 Owl . 1:01 im,
Nortkbouud
Ar. Balsa
8 8:80 a.a,
SO i:5 p.a,
Ar. Halea
0:48 a.a,
1:80 p.m,
4:00 p.m.
7:80 p.m.
... 8 Uwi 8:10 a.a,
SouUibouiid.
Ar, Albany
1:38 p.a.
Ar, Kugena
7:01 p.a.
Ar. Albany,
0:18 p.a.
Htopa at Albany
Ar, raigeu
7:80 a m,
.....11:08 a.m.
18:28 p.m.
Ar, Albany
7 1:08 p.m,
Htopi at I'ortailH
1.80 p.a.
Ar. fug.ua
18 8 48 y a,
10 Ltd.
.... 14
, 10 Ltd
ti ....
17
.. 81 Owl ,
1
... 8 Ltd .
7:45 p.m.
1:38 p.m.1
COIIVA.LLIB OONNSOTIONS.
Northbound.
Aflrnoit rt.rnTOTfi DArt.wiv nn Lv. Corvsllii Ar. Ma
KortlbouiiiL
Leaves Hale in Arrives Portland
Train No.
4:5,1 i.m 8 t)wl 6:88 a.m
8:30 a m 6
: nil i.m 3, Local .
H'4S a m ., 10 Limited
1:50 p.m 14
11:20 a.m. 12
4:00 p.m 18 Limited 8:00 p.n
4:18 p.m IS 0:40 p.m,
8:80 p.m ...- 80 ........ 8:18 p.m,
T:50 p.a 88 .10!00 p.m,
tl:30 a.m.
8:27 a.m, ,
18:18 p.m. ,
2:34 pin,
4,28 i.m,
8:08 p.m. ...
8:48 a.m,
..10:20 i.m,
.11:88 a.m.
4:10 p.m.'Lv. flalem
1:45 p.m.1 8:85 a.m.
Southbound.
10:18 a.m.
4:85 p.m. ,
1:00 p.m. ...
6:40 p m,
8:00 la.
,. IMS .a,
1:80 pm,
,.4:00 p.a,
ti80 p.m,
T: pa,
Ar. Corvallbl
..10:06 a-a
.11:84 tv-a.
. 6.N p.a,
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