Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, October 30, 1914, Page NINE, Image 9

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THE SALEM CAPITAL JOTJRNAL. SALEM, OREGON, IDAT, OCTOBER 30, 1914.
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ABSTRACTS
UNION ABSTRACT CO. AbstracU
f lat Protect, Our books posted up to
date each morning. Call Main 1249
and a messenger will call for yonr
abstract. J. C. Siegmund, presidont;
Max Gehlbar, secretary, 215 State
street.
AUCTIONEER
AUCTIONEER Salem 'a reliable seller.
Farm sales solicited. Terms, 1 per
cent;, satisfaction guaranteed or no
pay. Henry M. Voorhies, Michigan
avenue, first street east of the state
fair' groiindsi
CHKOPRACnC-SPINOLOOIST
BK, 0. I SCOTT Graduate of Chiro
practio's Fountain Uend, Davenport,
Iowa. If you have tried everything
and have got no reliof, try Chiroprac
tic spinal adjustments and get well.
Office 400-7-& U. S. National Bank
Building. Phone Main 87. Besldence
Main 823-R.
LAUNDRY
CLOTHES LAST LONGER With onr
nil-hand work. Established 20 years;
436 Ferry street, south side, between
Liberty and High. Hop Lee.
EW AND SECOND-HAND GOODS
SECOND HAND FURNITURE bought
sold end exchanged. Highest prices
paid for second-hand gauds. . Bee us
before you sell. Wir spreohen
Deutsch. Pcets Furniture Co,, 247
North Commercial Struct. Phone 094.
HIGHEST price paid for second-hand
furniiture, ranges, hardware, touts,
etc. We carry the must complete
stock of above artiolos in town at
the lowest price. 0. L. MoPeek, 271
North Commercial at. Phone Main
1833.
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS
DVtS. E. n. WIIITR and R. W. WAL
TON, Osteopathic physicians and
nerve spei'ialists. Graduates of
American School of Osteopathy.
Klrksville, Mo. Post graduate and
specialized in nerve diseases nt Los
Angoles college. Trent acute and
chronic disposes. Consultation free.
Lady attendant. Offlco 6(),V5O0 U. 8,
National Bunk hiilldUiz. Phone 161
Bosidonoe 340 North Capitol street.
mono vm. . . -. .
BCAVEWOER
aULEM SCAVENGER Charles Poos
propriotor. Garbage and refuse nf all
kinds removed on monthly contracts
iw roasonouie rates, xanls and cess
pools donned. Office 518 Htnto st,
Office phone Mnln 2247. Residence
Main 2'.i72.
TJNDBBTAKERS
LRHMAN t CLOUGH C. B. Webb, A.
M, Clough, morticians and funeral di-
rectors, Latest modern methods
known to the profession emploved.
vuuiii sireet. inaiu izv, aiain ioa
IIIGDON-RICIIABDHON CO. Ftmernl
directors and undertakers, DM North
High street. Office Phone Main 183.
Rlgdon residence Main 111,
WOOD AND COAL
BALK At FURL YARDS The place of
quality. All kinds of dry wood, four-
root or cut in stove lengths to suit.
Phompt delivery, We handle the bust
coils on the market. Try our King
coal; It Is the best, 752 T'rsde street.
Phone Main 52, Msrk Hlddall, prop.
WATER COMPANY "
AltT:WATimnjOM'rAf77rlc
eornor Commercial and Trsde streets,
ror wster service apply at office
Bills payable monthly in advance.
ATTORNEYS,
U'ltKN, RCHUKIIKT, & HBSHR At
torneys nt 1 Dciiteeher Advnknt
Hn. 5111, 620 i ay Kxchnnge bldg,.
Phone Mnin 01170, t'ortlnnd, Oregon.
LODQH DIRECTORY
A. 0. U. W. Protection Lodge No. 2
Moots every Monday evening at
in the McCornack Hall, corner -Court
and Liberty streets. A. E. Aufrence
M. W. S. A, McFadden, recorder;
n. u. mown, r.
CENTRAL LODGE" No, lti, K. of P.
muvornacK Dullihng, Tuoailny even
ing of each week at 7:30 W. B.
. wnsnn, v. U.I ,'eme W. Cos- K
of It and 8.
BALKM LODGE NO. 4. A. F. A. M.
ntutnd coinmuiiicationa first Friday
in each month at 7t30 p. m, In the
Masonic Temple, David A. Wright,
m. o. uuver, secretary,
PACIFIC LODtlK NO. 00, A. F. ft A.
M. Staled communication third Fri
day In each month at 7:.'I0 p. m. In
the Masonic Temple. J. 8. Wyant, W
M. Kruoat 11. Choate secretary,
B. N. of A. "Oreoon Grans Csmn
No. lUflO, meets every ThursJny even
ing In McCornack building, Court nnd
Liberty streets. Elevator. Suale
i'ermentcr, 711 North Front street.
"rcl iiarel Price, Imperial Furnl
ture Co., recorder.
Nearly every sucpssfiil man has had
failure somewhere along ths line.
tnrnmrn rmtiF
I PILLS.
J! eitm RKm iw MM SaMlama.
Ri vm iisra rait. eti aHi kmm mi
i i.-..t1 t M-a nftn.4. K-m t.rl4
h l m it iim.4 hM h-i h M
ph, il...l. M.rr.-l mm. llfMlAniMIMAMaMl
LODGE DIBECTORY (Continued).
MULTNOMAH ROYAL ARCH CHAP
TER NO. 1, B. 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.
Pearce, seeretary,
HOD80N COUNCIL NO. 1 R. & S.M.
etattu aseemoiy first Monday in
each month, Masonic Temple. L. 8.
Rowland, Thrice Illustrious Master;
Glenn C. Niles, Recorder,
DE MOLAY COMMANDERY, N. fl, K.
x. Moguiar conclave lourtn Friday
in each month, at 8 o'clock p, m., in
Masonio Temple, Sojourning Sir
Knights are courteously invited to
meet with us. F. R. Davis, K. C;
Frank A. Turner, Recorder;
CHADWICK CHAPTER NO. 37, O. E.
B. Koguiar meeting every first and
third Tuesday at 8 p. m. in the Mn
sonic Temple. Mrs. Ida B. Godfrey,
W. M,, Ida 14. Babcook, secretary.
MODERN WOODMEN OP AMERICA.
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 5211), meets
every Thursday evening at 8 o'clocl
in Masonic Hall, eornor Court end
Liberty streets. Elevator service. A.
J. Sweinik, V. C; Hay A. Grant, clerk
UNITED ARTISANS rapstal Assem
bly No. 84j meets every Wednesdnv
at 8 p. m. in Moose Hull. Mrs. F. W.
Cook, M A; Ivan G, Martin, secre
tary, Mauouic Tomple.
SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY D. D.
Keeler, president; Mrs, Lou. Tillson,
secretary. All cases of eruulty or
neglect of dumb animals should be
reported to the secretary, for investi
gation. WOODMEN OP THE WORLD M.-ot
every Fridny night at 8 o'clock In
McCornack block. C. 0. Matlock, C.
C; C. G. McHlroy, clans,. 619 Court
street,, puono sun.
FOR BENT
FUKNISUKl) 4 room moilurn bungalow,
I'hone 32-K -32.
81'LKNDID FUHNIH1IKD houielioepiiig
npartmcntH at the Lincoln, O.iJ Ferry.
Phone 405.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms; also
housekeeping rooms, 855 N. Com
- mercial. struet
FOR BAIjH Fine Holstein bull, 4 years
omi, ri'xiHit'ieii, loi atcd one mile nortn
enn Sidney station on Ori'Kon Elec
tric. Also one full blooded Poland
China bonr, one year old. J, O. l-'urr,
noma i, .iwcrsou, Oregon.
7-HOllM linuse ami lot, H7i,xMI5 feet,
on DiviKiou Btrect, between Front nnd
Cniuiiiercinl, for if'.Tii'll, or will sell
vni'iiiif ioi, iixiii,! ieor rur sniuu.
W'll give tortus on Ikiiiso nnd lot.
Meclilel 4 llvnon, 1147 Htlite stri'i't.
FOB BALB
FOR SAMI A fresh cow; good inilkor.
771 North Commercial.
MOTOHCVCU: FOH 8AI.R Itenson
able. II, t'outcs, Twelfth nun Center,
good, tuhh lrnm.t.n, iiokhk
sale, luqulre 12115 Fir street.
for
KOIt SAI.R Three nlmostr now pool
tables; nil- equipment,, with chitirs,
Inmilrn liuom 15, limlil & Hush Bnnlt
mug,
1'Olt HALR Hood- five-room, house,
good locution, close to street onr line,
This is a Knud buy. Price it.WII, IH
ilown, Imlanco $10 per muntli. W. H.
Grnbciihnrst It Coi, Room. 2,, Hush
Bank llldg.
ROII 8AI.K 1 1-3 acres Just outside
oily, tl Mil); onny turms, Also, one
acre just inside- city, Knur mom
house, good barn,, Sliilill;. cueh lfHW
hiilnui'0 easy terms, Sipiaro- Deal
Realty Co., jdionn 470j
MIBCLTJ.AOtJ8
T. M. HAMHDKIir. House movnr;
raising and repairing dune. Rstliuntes
furnlstied. WHY Trade street, Salem.
IF YOU HAVR A UUHINEHH for sale
or a desirable more fur rent, write,
giving full particulars, (J, 30, eare
Journal.
CLEANING EHTAHI.IHlIMENTfl.
RELIABLE CLEANKRW All latest
metlmils in cleaning and pressing.
Sulla culled for nt your room ami
pressed while you sleep, I'henpeat
rate consistent with "uood serlce.
4UI Ciiint street. I'lliiiie 2ISU.
REAL ESTATE
FARM LOANH-Oregon Title 1 Land
Credit Co,, 200 II, H. Nntluiial Hank
ItMlldlng, Salem, Oregon.
FOR 8AI.R A small fsrm on main
road, s1 r0 per acre, Address A, F. 0.
cars of Journal.
VMBBBLLA REPAIRING.
VR 1)0 ALL K I I'M of mending snd
re enverlng, ipilclilv and neatly, cell
liU I'or hiuI delivering all nnlois.
J, It, Riitim, Now and Hecnnd lllind
tlooila, 341 North CniniserciHl, I'lieiie
007.
Do You Drsad Yonr Meals,
Your food does yon Utile good when
you hare no desire fur it, when yeu
dread mesl time. What you need Is
I'haiiiberlsin's Tablets, They will
sharpen your appetite, atrenitthen your
dlRoation and give yon a roll-h for your
meals, Fur anle by all dealers.
WANTED.
WANTRD Ranch of any kind wanted
on shares; large family. 5o7 North
Fir.
WANTRD Position as chambermaid or
housekeeper. Address Miss N, H.
Wood, Turner, Oro.
WANTRD Housework of any kind,
hotel or restaurant work. 1825 North
Front.
MAN WITH FAMILY would like work
of any kind, janitor work preferred.
V. V., care Journal.
I WANT TO RENT a small ranch, 10
or lli acres; would prefer one with
running wator. Also have good1 spring
wagon to trade fop riding pony. T.
A. Sproul, Rt. 8, Bx. 2, Sulem.
WANTED TO SRLL Or trnde for
form property, a good general' mer
chandise stock, buxiness twelve hun
dred per month. Inquire F. D., care
of Journnli
Stomach Trouble and Constipation
Cured;
"I was sick for three years with
stomach trouble and constipation, doc-
toreii conrimiaiiy with different physic
ians, with only temporary rolief," says
Mrs. Hester Waire, of Antwerp,. Ohio.
"A friend advised' me to try Chamber
lain s 'lahlots, which 1 did, and con
tinued to usa thein for one year, and
they completely, cured mo, not; only of
the stomach trouble but also of the con
stipation." Far sale by all. dealers.
Chiiaron'OrV
FOR FLETCHER'S
OAS TO Rt A
Stop Those Early Bronchial Coughs.
Tlieyhnng on all winter if not checU
ed, and pnvo the way for serious throat
und lung discnsi's. Gut a bottle of Fa
ley's Honey und Tar Compound, and
tako it freely. Stops coughs and colds,
heals raw inflamed throat, loosens the
phlegm and is mildly laxative. Chns.
T. Miller, Kd, Enquirer, Cannelton, Ind.,
had bronchia trouble, got very hoarse,
coughed constantly from a tickling
throat. Ho used only Foley's Honey
and Tar Compound. Was entirely re
lieved. Wants others to know of Foley's
Honey and Tar. j
LOCAL DRUGGIST SAYS:
"TAKE ONLY ONE DOSB"
Wo wnnt to tell those in Snlora suf
fering from stomach or bowol trouble
thut wo uro agents for the simple mix
ture of buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc.,
known us Adlor-l-ka, the remedy which
bee ii me famous by curing appendicitis.
This Is the most thorough bowol cleans
er known and JUST ONE DOSE re
lieves sour stomach, gna on the stomach
and constipation almost IMMEDIATE
I.Y. You will be surprised at the
(jUICK action . of Adlor-i-ko. J. U,
Poriy.
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTOR I A
i '
Check Kidney Trouble at Once,
There Is such ready action In Foley
Kidney Pills, you feel1 their honllng
from the very first doso. Backache,
weult, sore kidneys, painful bludder and
irregular action disappear with their
use, 0, Palmer, Green Buy, Wis., says:
"My wifo la rapidly rocovortug nor
henltll and strength, due solely to Foley
Kidney Pills." And w. T. Hutchons,
Nicholson; Go., soysi "Just a few doses
made mo feel better, and now my pains
nnd rheumatism are all gone and I
sleep nil nigut long,"
' Positively Masters Croup.
Foley's Honey and. Tar Compound
cuts the thick choking mucus snd clears
nwny the plilciim. Opens un the
paeaHges. and' stops the hoarse cough.
i nn goaplngi strangling fight for breath
gives way to (pilot breathing and pence.
111, mr,'i. HMfiifu, ni'ia, iiiiinp, miuu..
writes) "Wo aive Foley's Ilonoy anil
Tar to our children for croon nud It si
wnva nets nulcklv." No wonder a mnn
In Tesita walked 15 miles to tho store
to get a bottle of Foley 'a Honey and
Tor Compound, r.very user is a friend
MONEY TO LOAN
Oil Good Beat Bstate security,
THOS K, rOBD
ver l.adrt Hit' h Mai k, Malsra. OrefOi
One kind of chronic, bore Is tho
loafer who nets ns If vnnr time was sll
Ills own.
SaleniFence
Works
R. B. Fleming, Prop.
American Fence
In all heights and grade.
For stock, hogs and poultry.
Farm fates, wood and iron.
Plain and barbe wire.
Hop hooka snd csdar posts.
Paints, ells and Tarnish.
Rubber roofing and cement
250 COURT ST. FJTONE 124
Back of Chlcaf s Store.
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
Classified Business
Telephone Directory
A Quick, handy reference for busy people
ABSTRACTS OF TITLH.
Salem Abstract Company, 212-222 Salem Bank and, Trust Bldg.
CHIROPRACTOR AND- NERVH SPECIALIST.
Dr. P. H. May,. 306-307 Hubbard Budding
EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL.
Salem Electrio Co., Masonic Temple, 127 North High
ELECTRIC WIRING AND SUPPLIES.
Geo. Pettingil, 155 North Liberty street .
FISH. CLAM'S.
Salem Fish A Poultry Market, 173 South Commercial street Main 2125
FURNITURE. CARPETS. DRAPERIES.
Calef Bros., oorner Court, and High streots ..... . Main 593
HARDWARE
Salem Hardware Co., Inc., 120 North
LAUNDRIES..
Salem Steam Laundry. 130 South Liberty Main 25
pT.rrvrnmn steam
T. M. Barr. 164 South Commoreinl street -. ... Main 192
UNDERTAKERS.
Bigdon-Richardson Co.,. 254 North High
STORAGE. TRANSFER AND DRAY AGE.
Salom Truck k Dray Co., corner. State-
STOVES AND
Calef Bros., corner Court and Iliuh
WALL PAPER. PAINTS AND OILS.
W. J. Porter; 455 Court atreet
JOB PRINTING.
Beaver State Printers, Patton Mock
Avoid Sedative Cough hledlcinns.
If you want to contribute directly to
the occurrence of cnpillary bronchitis
and pneumonia, use cough medicines
that contain codino. mornhlne. horoin
and other sedatives when you have a ;
couirh or cold. An exnectoront like
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ia what 1
is needod. That cleans out tho culture i
beds or breeding plnces for the frcrnts
of pneumonia and other germ discuses.
That is why pneumonia nnvor rosults
from a cold when Chamberlain's Cough i
Remedy ia used. It has' a world wide
reputation for its cures.. -' For salo by
all denloTs. " , ,
Valedictory of Kdllor T. L. Dagger
in Swoot Home Tribune: "With this
issue the lutormountain Trlbuno closes
Its publication in Hweot Homo, to be
resumed sometlmo about October 15 at
Scio under tho name of the Scio Tri
bune. Our reason for making this ox
pnsive move la, wo think the field at
Scio and vicinity will be more re
inuneiativo than that of Sweet Home."
Foloy's Cathartic Tableti.
You will liko their poaittvo action.
They have a tonic effect p.n the bowels,
snd glvo a wholesome, thorough cleans
ing to tho entire bowol tract. Htir the
liver to honlthy notivlty and' keep the
stomach sweet. Constipation, headache,
dull, tired feeling nevor afflict those
who use Foley Cntlinrtio Tablots, Only
25o. Mpeciully comforting to arout pep
ioni who enjoy tho light and fnw fool
ing they give,
'MIMMI' Stills ItrMIMMt
GOLD DDSf HOUR!
Made by Uw
IYDNBY POWER COMPANY
Sydney; Oregon
MM for FanUlJ eY
P. B, WAXLACB, Agana,
CLIP THIS
Capital
; Ask row foe tot IV Braa
and short always oa iaosV '.
I a ludlcate you are a regurer reader yea must present loot Coupons
like this one,
Ths) National Embroidery Outfit Is guaranteed to be
the greatest collection and biifffest bargain In pattern ever
offered. Tho 200 patterns' have a retail value of 10 cents
each, bring FOUR Coupons and 68 cents to this office and
you will be prenrntcd with One Complete Outfit Including
Book of Instructions and one All Wood Leaded Hoop and
10 skeins of silk. The 68 cents Is to cover duty, exprons,
hnndling and the numerous overhead expenses of getting
the package from the factory to you.
N. B.Out of town rWr add & cants for puna
and xprt of mailing.
Telephone
835
Main 8S1
. Main 1200
Mtfn 187
OYSTERS. CRABS.
AND PAINTS.
Commercial Main 172
ftttino and tinning.
street - Day and night, Main 183
and Front streets . Main 74
BEDDING.
streets - Main 603
Main 485
1512
SHINGLE MILL STARTS.
Centralis, Wash., Oct. 29. Tho East
ern Railway and Lumber company's
shinirle mill, which hns been closed
down for Borne time, is
operation
here tuday with a full orew.
t he null
is one of tho largest in southwest Wusfi
ingtoii.
Dr. Stone's
Poison Oak Remedy
A snow white
medicine, soft
and soothing to
the skin, applied
every hour at
once relieves and
soon cures
POISON OAK.
Price 25c and 60c
For sale by all
druggiB'.s and t
DR. STONE'S
Drug Store
The- only cash Orng Core In Oregon
and show cases are loaded with drugs,
medicines) notions, toilet' artiolea, wlnos
and ilquors of all kinds for medicinal'
purposes. Dr. Htono Is a regular gradn
ate in medicine and has had many
years of experience In the practice.
Consultations are free. Proscription!
are free and only regular price for
medicine, Dr. Stone can be found at
his drug storei Hnlem, Oregon, from
Si40 in the morning until H st night
Free delivery to all parts of the e'tj
and within a radius of 100 mil 's.
Children Or
FOR FLETCHER'S!
PASTOR IA
You cna't give away your temper,
but It may give you nwny.
COUPON
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Journal
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REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
A. L. McMnhan to A. B. McMahan;
5.9 pores in A, C. Bohrnstedt Co. or
chards; $10.
R. J. Kinney ct nx to L. Davis et ux;
land on Capitol street, Suloni; $1250.
R. J. Kinney et ux to L. Davis et ux;
part of Lots 2 and 3, Block 1, North
Salem; (1750.
Catherine L outer, by executrix.
to
August Nibler; part of Lot 7, Block 28, '
Gervaia; $432.45,
Read- the Journal Want Ads
every day and leant of the bar'
gains the; tell about.
'
lit!
Orrine for Drink Habit
TRY IT AT OUR EXPENSE.
We are in earnest when wo ask you to
give ORKINN a trial, you have noth-
ng to risk und evcrytiiim: to sain, for
your money will bo roturned if after
a trial you fail to get results from OK-
RINb. This otfor gives the wives and
mothers of those who drink to excess
ua opportunity to try the ORRINE
treatment, it is a very simple treat
ment, can be given in the home without
publicity or loss of time from business,
and at a small price.
OltltlNK i proMrod ill two forms;
No. 1, secret treatment, n powder; OR
It INK No. 2, in pill form, for those
who desire to take voluntary treat
ment. Costa only $1.00 a box. Come
:n and talk over the matter with ua.
Ask for booklet. J. V. Porry, 115 8.
Commercial street.
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Children.
The Kind YouHve Always Bought
Slguature of ff-cJU
Most Dangerous or Minor Ailments
Of the minor ailments a cold Is by far
tho most dangerous, not in itself but
tho serious diseases it so often lead to,
Pneumonia and consumption always
start with a cold. Whon you nave
cold you are much moro likoly to oorr
tiurt the infectious diseases such as
dipthoria, scnrlot fever and whooping
cough. Colds are easily cured, in fact,
Chamberlain 's Cough Itcmody is famous
for its cures of this most common ail
ment, nnd is ploasnut snd an fa to talia.
Why tako such desperate chances when
so roliublo and. trustworthy a medicine
may be obtained for a quarter. For
sale by all doulors.
NORWICH UNION
FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY
BUHO.HABDT ft MEREDITH
tesldent Agents. S85 StU Stress.
TRAVELERS' GUIDE
BAILB0AD8,
SOUTHERN PAC1PIO 0OMPANT.
BAXiEM-OEER LINB.
71 Ar. Halem Hil5 a.m.
7(1 I,v, Hnlem 10:00 a.m.
75 Ar. Hnlem (mlxod) 4:01) p.m.
71 I,v. Halem 4:25 p.m.
(No connection south of Uucr.)
8ALEM, TALLH CITY k WESTERN.
1(10 I,v. Hnlem (motor)
H1I TjV. Halem (motor)
(1:15 a.m.:''v' rcugono
7:00 a,m.i.?;;m
Mil liv, Halem (nintor) :45 a.m
1115 t.v. Hnlem (niotor) 1:40 p.m.
1117 lv, Halem (motor) 3:25 p.m
2:ill Way Freight, Iv, Hnlem 0:00 a.m.
1112 Ar. Halem (motor) H.40 s.m.
104 Ar: Hnlem (motor) 11:25 a.m.
Hill Ar. Hnlem (motor) 11:15 p.m.
I0H Ar. Hulem (motor) 5:30 p.m,
170 Ar. Hnlem (motor) 7:45 p.m,
210 Way Frolglit, at, tittlein 1:35 p. in.
SOUTHERN PAOiriO CO,
Northbound.
1(1 Oregon Kiproas 6:00 a.m,
21 Willamette Limited .... 0:22 a.m.
12- Hhssta Limited (noon) 12:35 p.m.
IN Portland Passenger .... UiOO p.m,
20 I'lirtlnnd Passenger .... 5:00 p.m.
14 Portland Knpreaa :00 p.m.
270 -Lncul Wav Freight .... 10:30 am.
222 Portland Fnat Freight 10:3H a.m,
Southbound.
15 California Kipreas 3:38 a.m.
17 lloaeliurg Paaaeiiiier .... 11:10 s.m,
III- CntlBgn drove Pass. 4:30 p.m.
II HIiBMtu Limited 0:43 p.m,
27 Vlllninnlto Limited .... 0:10 p.m.
13 Hun Frnnelaco 1'jjireaa I0:3M p.m.
"'M...Ha., P,ui,,.l.en r,.f.'rt l'.'llll in.
225-Local Way Freight 10:30 a.m.i
'
OHEaON ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
Northbound.
tavaaRalem Arrlv.i Pnrtl.nH
Train No.
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ABOUT COUNTY JUDGES.
: Attorney' General Crawford ttlis
morning notified; upon request for in
formation, County Judge William An
derson, of Clackamas, county, who was
elected, early in tho year to nil the un
expired term of former County Judset
Beatty, who was recalled, that hiB term:
of. office does not expire until Janu-
ary 1, 11117. Judgo Anderson is up
for re-election to succeed himself and
has an opponent for- the offioo at the
coming election, but the attorney gon
oral holds that this election has noi
bearing as to: tho right of Judge An
dcrson to the office even if ho ia
beaten.
Ho also informed County Judge Dx-
tor Rice, of Douglas county, thnt in
asmuch as he was appointed to fill the
vonaoey m the oftioe caused by th
resignation of former Judge "JPonaoot"
te, by the governor; ho will have to
coma up for election at the coming;
election, otherwise the office will be
vacant.
COHEN OOES TO PEN.
Portland, Or., Oct. 20, The federal
district court having refused him a
stay of execution today, Attorney Ma
(i. Cohen, former noting municipal
judge, was remanded to the custody of
tho United Htnt.es marshnl for removal
to McNeils Island whore he Is. under
sentence to serve , two yearn on a
charge of suhornatlon of perjury in a
white slave case.
The United Htates supreme court
recently refused to hear the caao.
HOUSES FOB ENGLAND.
Portland, Or., Oct. 21). Portlnnd lum
ber mills will furnish part of the ma
terial used In the construction of 5001
portable house to bo built nt Hay City,.
Michigan, by the North American (!on
struction company on an ordor from
the Kugllah govornment,
A suit to recover money was filed In
the circuit court today by C. O. (lood
ale a nil P. M, Drake against B. N.
Reese and wife. It la alleged by the
plaintiffs in the suit thnt they mild
nnd delivered goods and merchandise
to the defendants for the sum of $ISI..
25. Of this they claim hut, $M tins
boon paid and they seek to collect
1(11.25 with interest and costs from
tho defendants,
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