Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, January 02, 1915, Page SEVEN, Image 7

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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS
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THE' SALEM CAPIT . .TOTTT?,NAL. SALEM. 03EG0N. SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 1915.
ABSTKACTS
UNION AHST1IACT CO. Abstracts
that Protect, Our books posted up to
date each morning. Cull Main llilD
and a messenger will call for your
obstruct. .). C. Siegmund, president;
Wax (lehlhiir, secretary, 45 Stale
st reet.
AUCTIONEER.
AUl'TlON'KElt Salem's reliable teller.
Turin salej solicited. Terms, 1 per
cent; satisfaction guaranteed or no
pay. Henry M. Voorliies, .Michigan
avenue, first street east of the state
fair grounds.
bli. O. L. SCOTT Crnduato of Chiro
practic's Fountain Head, Davenport,
lovvn. If you hnve tried everything
aul have got no relief, try Chiroprac
tic spinal Adjustments nnd get well.
Office 40(i-7-S ('. S. National linnk
HuildiiiL'. I'luine .Main n. llesidcuee
Main NL'S-R.
CUIEOPRACTIC DOCTOR.
I'l.OKA A. Bli KWSTK It, M. 1). Nerve'
specialist. Chiropractic or spinal ad
jc 'wents. We treat the canso of
ii; .'e only. Consultation nml ex
fmtuntion free. Office -l:!'.M30-43l
Hubbm-d Hhljr. Plume SSI.
CHIROPRACTOR.
I.U.NSI LT Dll. MAY, experienced nml
successful Chiropractor, for ncute and
chrome disorders, Has practiced five
years in Oregon. Free consultation.
Hours, ! to IL I to (i. I'hone SSI.
;io."i ti-7 llulibard lllil'. I.ady attend
ant. NEW AND SECOND HAND GOODS
frHCONIMlAXD IT It ITT If 10 houeht
sold mil exclinnued. Iligliest prices
J01 ul for sei'on.l-liiiud goods. See us
before you sell. V ir spreclien Dentsch
PeoU Furniture Co., '.'17 North Com
luerciiil street. I'hone US I.
Uldllhsr price paid for second-hand
furniture, ranges, hardware, tent?,
etc. We carry the most complete
stock of above articles in town at
the lowest price. O. 1,. McPecli,
North Commercial st. I'liono Main
1233.
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS
DKS. R. H. WHITE and It. W. WAL
TON, Osteopathic physicians und
nervo specialists. Graduates of
American School of Osteopathv,
Kirlisville, Mo. Post grailuuto mid
specialized in nerve diseases at Los
Angeles college, Trent ncuto and
chronic diseases. Consultation free.
Lndy attendant. Office 005-500 U. S.
Nnlinnnl IJnnk building. Phono 8.10.
li'esidence 340 North Cupitol street.
I'luine 460,
SCAVENGER
8ALEM SCAVENGER -Charles S003
proprietor. Onrbnge and refuse of nil
kinds removed on monthly contracts
nt rensonnble rutes. Yard's nml cess
pools cleaned. Office phono Main
'Jl'47. Kcsidonce Mnin 'Jl'7'J.
UNDERTAKERS
Will MAX & CLoFGIl-C. B. Webb, A.
M. dough morticians nnd funernl di
rectors. Latest modern methods
known to the profession emploved.
4 lo Court street. Main 120, Main S8.
IilODON-mcHAIillSO.V CO. Fuaerul
directors and undertiilsers, 2"2 North
llio.li street. Office i'hone Main 1S3.
iJijolou resilience Main 111,
WOOD AND COAL
UALEM Fl'F.I, YAUDS The place of
tjnnlity. All kin. Is of dry wood, four
foot or cut iu stove lengths to suit.
1'rompt delivery. We linii.llo the best
coals on the minkct. Try our King
cnnli it is the best. 7.12 Trade street.
I'hone Main .''!. Mark Sid. hill prop.
WATER COMPANY
iAI.RM WATKl! COMI'AN V-Offiec
corner Coniinereinl nnd Trade street
For wnter service apply nt office
Hills iwynlde monthly in ndviinee.
LODGE DIRECTORY
A. O. I'. W. ProtiM Hon Lode No.
Meets everv Momluv evenimr nt S
in the McCornnck Hall, cornner Court
nnd l.ilierty streets. A. h;, Aiifrnn
f. V..i S. A. Mcl'addeu, recorder;
A. li. Lirown r.
CKN'TK AL LODCi: No. IH, K. of I'.
Mct'ornnck buildinit. Tnes.luy even-
Inff ot en.li week nt 7:311: W. B,
flilMin. C, C.j James V. Cox, K, of
K. an. I rt.
KU.FM LOIKIK NO. 4, A. F. & A. M.
Stated communications first Friday
In encli month lit 7:;itl p. in. in the
Musonic Temple. Dnvi.l A. Wriitht,
K. M.; S. ',. Culver, se. relnrv.
I'Acific Lnptii-: no. no a. f. & a.
M. Slnted co'iifunicutiou (hlid Fri
dnv In em h month at 7:-'l0 n. m. In
the Mn-onie Temple. ,1. S. W'vnnt, W.I
M.; Lrncst II. Chon'e, n'cretare.
It. N. ef A. "Oreuon drape Camp,"!
No. Clin, meets every Tliursdav even
inir in Mri'oriiiuli buildlnu. Court nnj!
Liberty street. I'.levntor. Snsle
rani'i'iiter. 7M No! t li Front street, I
Oracle; HnreJ Price, Imperii'l Furui
lure Co., reorder.
MCLTMlMAlt KiiYU, AUCil ( IIAP -
TF.R NO. 1. H. A. M. KeKulnr met-,
Inir seeoiid Fti.l-iv in encli niontli at
t m. in the M.'Knnie Temple. Al-
fr.'l F. Mnicus, Lv. Ili.Ji Priest; Itiu-
ell M. llrooka, secretary.
IIODSON COUNCIL NO. 1, B. & S. M.
Staled assembly first Monday in
each mouth, Masonic Temple. L. S.
Kowlutid, Thrico Illustrious Master;
Olon C. Niles, recorder.
I)U MOLA Y COMMAXUERY, No. .r., K.
T. Uegular conclave fourth Friday
in each mouth nt 8 o'clock p. 111., iu
Masonic Temple. Sojourning Sir
Knights are courteously invited to
meet with us. F. K. 1'avis, 10. C.;
Frank A. Turner, recorder.
CilAIHVICK CHAPTER NO. 37, O. K.
S. liegulnr meeting every first aud
third Tuesday at S p. in. iu the Ma
sonic Temple. Mrs. Ida It. Godfrey,
V. M.; Ida M. llabcock, secretary.
MODKIfN WOODMEN OF AMKH1CA.
Oregou Cellar Camp No. 5-10, meets
every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock
in Masonic Hall, corner Court and
Liberty streets. Elevator service. A.
'.I. Svveiuik, V. ('.; Hay A. Grunt, clerk
VNITKl) AKT1SANS Cnpttal Assem
bly No. SI, meets overy Wednesday
at S p. in. in Moose Hall. Mrs. F. W.
Cook, M. A.; Ivan 0. Martiu, secre
tary, Masonic Temple.
SAI.EM HUMANE SOC KT Y D. D.
Keeler, president; Mrs. Lou Tillson,
secretnry. All enses ot cruottv
neglect, of dumb unimuis should be
reported to the secretary for iuvosti
gat ion.
WOODMEN OF THE WOULD Meet
everv Fridnv night at 8 o'clock iu
McXornack 'block. C. O. Matlock, C.
C; C. (1. McKlroy, Clerk, 019 Court
street, phone 30f.
FOR RENT
Foil liE.NT Housekeeping roons,
lielievue street. Phono 53d It.
I'll It KENT-Modern flat, business ecu
ter, cheap to desirable tenant. Phone
71 during business hours, or iJi-lt
evi niii.'u.
FUU KENT-li-rnom lion-c. city water.
burn,
lots.
owner
chict.cn coops,
Phone 2d I I K.
lots of
li. A.
fruit 8
Wood,
FuU liENT OH SAI.E-l hicken ranch.
2 acres, emit 1 1 house, well fenced, i
euiintors, brooders, barn, etc.; elo
iu. Phone 2011-It. tl. A, Wood, owner.
FOlt KENT Close in, nicely furnished
three nml four rneiui apartments. Also
for sole, old growth fir ami large
split inuplo wood. O. Ireton, lOli
South Coiiiinerciul st. Phone HX2-.I
FOR Sale
l-'OR SALi: l'our 2-yenr-oId h.'ifers,
one will be fresh in January, balance
curly iu spring. Phone 7SI F-13.
A BAHRAIN Five acres good rich
lit in) , four miles south of Salem.
Owner, 121.1 Smith Commercial.
l-'OH SAI.K () THADK Wheat land in
Canada, Washington, and Kasteru
Oregun. Sipiare Deal Realty t.'o.
FOR SAI.K Two Rood Jersey und
Durhnni cows. Fresh in few days,
lltiii Leslie street, Yew I'll rk.
FOlt SALF- Silver spangled Hamburg
cockerels, 8 months old; best in the
eoinitry. M. A. Vnadonbuitf, Route
2, Snlem.
WIHTK leuhiirn cockerels for sole, also
a two-year old Tonrred cock, W. H.
linker, lit, U, Snieiu, Ore., I'hone
(ISF-2.
Foil SALF A
It. It. Cruuisc.
few cords fir wood,
I'hones .'IH2 or 570-J .
IXHt Til A I IB -Salem rcsidenc ) prop
e.rtv for five or ten neres near Salem,
I'hnne KIHI. J, F. Ooo.le.
TIIOKOLUIIHHKI) WIIITF, OKPl.NU
ton cockrels for sale. 1). X. Ueechler,
route (i, Vj mile from Fuirgroumls
l'ortland roud.
FOK HALF Household furniture, nnd
house for rent, Two ruoms pnys
rent. Oned proposition, l.otivirijf the
city. Cull 000 North Cupitol street.
FOK SALF lly owner, 1.1 neres line
hind, fenced and clear, rock rond.
Ha run i u "if 4ai.en soou. I'hone 121.
Kesideiice phone I1'-'.
FOlt SA LK flit TltADI! Here is the
best linrmiin yet Hit C, acres (I miles
frnm Snlem; i-room house. (ood burn
nml other iuiiirovenienls. Jo acres in
benriiiK prunes. Whole triict at liiul
nn ncre. If prunes are not wnnted
will keep them nt 200 nu acre.
Terms to suit the purchaser, Cull
telephone 470.
MISOELLAKTIOUb
T. M. MAMSDFLI, House mover;
raising and repairing done. KsliuinU's
furnished. PH8 Trado street, Saletn.
IF YOU HAVE A tH'SINF.HS for sale
or ft desirnble room for rent, wri'e,
pivlng Hill partinihirs. C. JO, cure
Journal.
IIOMK
Wet Wash l.nnudrv. Family
wn-h Tul cents per week. I'hone 2171.
A blress L!it) II licet. Hive u a
trial.
ANY kind roof rcpni'inK neatly done.
All work jinniaiiti ed. I'hone till or
dcrs to ..14 W.
UMBRELLA REI'AIFINO.
WK DO ALL KINDS of mcnditiir and
Te-coverlnc, ipiiekly and neatly, ca!l
inj for and dcliverinr; nil onion.
J. H. Eaton. New nnd Second llnn.l
O.iods, 311 North Comincrciul. Phone
fOi.
WANTED.
WANTED Dnv
I'hone 530-1L
work by tho hour.
WANTED Position of general house
work by young lady. 0. II., care
Journal.
WANTED Auto und house in Sale 111 iu
exchange for good acreage between
Portland nml Salem all in cultivation.
Also 'ortlund property for hcrcngo.
See Mnsterson. Jacob Company, 207
Hubbard bldg.
Bad Cold Quickly Broken Up.
Mrs. Martha Wilcox, llowuudu, N. Y.,
writes: "I first used Chumlx rlain 's
Cough licmody nbout eight yours ugO.
At that time J hud u hard c!d und
coiiglied most of tiio time. It proved
lo be just what I needed. It broke
to be just what I needed, it brnkc
11 1 the cold iu 11 few days, and the
cough entirely disappeared. I have told
ninny of my friends of the good 1 re
ceived through using this meili 'iae, and
nil who have used it speak of it iu the
high'st terms." Obtaiuiible every-
hei 0.
The chuuees are that if Mexico could
get a taste of real peace she would
like it almost us v.ell as pulque.
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTO R I A
HOW TO CURE A LA GRIPPE COUGH
"Coughs that hai.g cm'' uemaud
treatment. Stop ami think I Itcuson
and common sense tell you that it is
folly to "grin and bear it.'' Those
racking In grippe coughs that wrench
tlu hotly nml v.uw soii'Iichk putiih
in the Imirt yit'ld imne (piiikly to
lev's llont'V Mini Tin- tluni to ni'v otlnif.
tienluKut. l-'tir couylis, colds, er.itip and
other ditresiiiir uiimentH of throat,
chest, linius larynx uud lironchinl tubes,
on can find notliini; that will cunijiuTi
with this reliable reiuodv. Sold by .1.
('. i'errv.
The Gist of It. . .
"Last l)eceuiber 1 had a vey severe
cold and wus nearly down sicU in bed.
I bonjjnt two bottles of Chuiihieilaiii's
Citiyh h'emedy mid it wus only n very
few days until I was eoinpletelr restor
ed lo health." writes O. ,1; 'Motcnlf,
Wenlherby, Mo. If you would know
the vnlue of this remedy, nsl: ouyone
who has used it. tlbtainalde every
w here.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children
in Uso For Over 30 Years
AKvayi
ii bearu m
the
Ei'Mmlurc
Women of Sedentary Habits:
Women win) (jet but little exercise
are likely to be troubled with (onsti-
putioii uud iudi;estnm und will tiud
l liiiuilierluin H Inblels hijihly bene-ti.-inl.
Not so Kood us a three ot four
mile walk every duy, but ve:y much
better thnn to ullow the bowels to re
main iu a constipated condition. They
are easy and pleasant to take und most
uiiieeiible in effect. Obtainnbl" every
wiieo. "THE OLD RELIABLE"
vmr:nm--:-ri -rr '"ti--i
K k. IV3 r. DY for tVi K N
.AT DHUOSinT8.0H TRIAL HCJX UY MAIL 60.
FfiOM I'lANTCN S3 HENRVHT. BHOOKI.VN.HY.
Constipation and Indlgostion.
"1 have used C'hnuiberlain 's Tablets
nml must sny they lire the best. I have
ever used fur constipation nml huli;es
1 ion. My wife nb'o used them for in
imlinesl ion and they did her pood,"
writes Kuuciie S". Kuinht, Wiliuiii;tou,
N. C. Obtainable everywhere.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
V. no: iinunsii iiiumi, x
Auk your lrnjlt frr
iiit"hi'l'f m iiittnonu iirann,
I'lll In i i'l ri'uim.'
I" -ft, I' lit I Kill) Illitfl 1ti!'Lnn.
1t na ill hit p. ttur nt tan
I'maal-U Avh(.ir tl.4-irKH.TKnil
Hi A tin mh imv.NU j'i).i.M,r. aa
fttn ktnown mi Urtl, , Alwiyi HHI'lt
SOlDBYD!(tGfilSTStVri!VWHRE
SalemFence
Works
And Stove Repairing
R. B. Fleming, Prop.
Stoves rebuilt nnd repaired.
Btovcs bought and sold.
Depot American Fouce. ,
C.ntos, rinln and Barbed Wire.
Paints, Oils ua Varnlahej.
Roofing, Postn, Hop Hooka.
2.-.0 COURT BT. PHONE 124
Back ot Chicago Store.
Norwich Union
Fire Insurance .Society
BUROHARDT it MEREDITH
Resident Agcnta 380 Stuta Street
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
Classified Business
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A Quick, handy reference for busy people
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
Salem Abstract Company, 212-222 Salom Bank and Tmst Bldg.
CHIROPRAOTOa AND NERVE SPECIALIST.
Dr. P. H. May, S00-307 Hubbard Buildiug , Main 881
EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL.
Salem Electrie Co., Masonic Temple, 127 North High Main 1200
ELECTRIC WIRING AND SUPPLIES.
Ooo. Pettingil, 155 North Liberty street Main 137
KTRNITTIRE, CARPETS, DRAPERIES.
Calef Bros., corner Court and High streets Main 593
HARDWARE AND PAINTS.
Salem Hardware Co., Inc., 120 North Commercial Main 172
LAUNDRIES.
Salem Steam Laundry, 130 South Liberty - Main 25
PLUMBINO, STEAM PITTING AND TINNING.
T. M. Barr, 184 South Commercial etreet - Main 102
UNDERTAKERS.
Rigdon-BUhRrdjon Co., 2M North High street Day and night, Main 183
8T0VE3 AND BEDDING.
Calef Bros., corner Court and High streets Main 593
JOB I'UINTINO. .
Beavor State Printers, Pat ton Block 151 2
TRANSFER AND DRAY AGE.
Snlem Truck & Druv Co.. corner Stato
THIS IS A BAD MONTH.
The imtoor liCo at viiiUm1, with lftcl
of (Citilnor rxi'iriso, 'hiU a liciny loml
on tho k'nliK'Vs. Neuily ovi'i tIhkIv sii 1"
Ko-jtVin from rluMimutUni, liaiku'lio, pa hi
in siilcs nl luu'li, K i.Un ami Mmiilcr
nilni'.-nls. A buckuclie may u.it mean
unythiiiH serious, bu; it i-ertuiidy doe.-i
not uieuii anythiiiK annd. It's b 'tier
to lie on the snl'e side nnd take T'oley
Kidney l'ills to streiiKlhcn und i n v i t
orate tlie kidneys und help them do
their work. They help rid I no bloul
of ileitis und poisons. Sold by .1. C.
I'errv.
FIVE CENT'S I'EOVES IT.
A Generous Offer, Cut nut this a. I,
enclose with ! cents to Foley & Co.,
Cliiciio, 111., writiUifAVour name and u.l
drcss plainly, and receive a free trial
pnclui;e contuininn Foley's Honey uud
Tar CiLiipouinl, for, eouiihs, co'.ls nml
crimp; Foley Kidney l'ills, for Kidney
nml bladder complaints, backache, pains
in joints, rheumatism; and Colo' Cath
artic Tablets, a wholesome un l thor
oi jjiily clonnsinu cnthurtie tiy nil
three for "i cents, the cost of muiliiij,'.
Sold bv .1. C. I'errv.
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTO R I A
. It's difficult to convince old bac.he-
.lors that love and common sense linvi
uuytliing in common,
MONLY TO LOAN
Over Ladd & Bush Bank, Salem. Oregon
THOS. K. FORD
On Qood Real Estate Security
KEEPING IN GOOD CONDITION.
Many people sutler from indigestion
uud ronstiptitiun uud do not know it.
A feelinir ot ilullness ami Inii'.iu.'ilness
bitter taste in the mouth, hcndnclie,
bilious fever most id' these condition'1
when you "uro not sicli, but don't feel
riiMit can be traceil to slimui-'li bow
els and torpid liver. Foley Ci thurtic
Inblets elennso the svstem, nruiiH's the
Ih'er, hniibh indiies1iou nnd miiko you
feel uood all over' built, eneruetic
nml uinbitionus. Sold bv J. C, Ferry.
BETTER THAN SPANKING
HpuiiklnK does not cure ctilMrrn of beri
wettlun. There Is a constilutlnnsl aunw
for lliln trouble. Mrs. M. Hummers, Hot
W, Notro Ptiun, lint., will cud free to
any mother her siicctiv-tftil houto treat
ment, with (nil Instruct Ions, Hi ud no
mom, but wrlto hrr todsjf It Mir olill
ilrcn iroulilo Jim in this wy. D'n't
hbin.1 the clillil tho dunce.! am It can't
help It. This trrntiiH'iit ! ouies ailnl'i
tint uiri'i! pcopla li'iHihlvil with urlim dint
...,ll. h Hse n- "lil'l
L. M. HUM
Care of
YICK SO TONG
Chinese Medicine nnd
Tea Company
Has medicine which
will cure any known
disease.
153 South Iliprh Street,
Salem, Ore. Phone 283.
r'i
!R FRENCH FEMALE
li PILL VI
fVtTC .... Riiii. r sm.Hin Hiifvifinit.
iiyn news to mil, sn.i si-.i. i si..
fk- ' i' n l.i..rai..w. r M. n.r H'f.n.M. S-n ,.f.t a,
1-1 II l lT Knl. Will w.,1 .m.n ..lal.t" S. lM r-t
l--n fa'l-.-'l. SMt,la I raa. ft dUll 4aM Ml
b.M tn".a a-un jaur;,.r. u vua
OMIT" 9 Mf OICAl aoi Lain.rf R. Wk
UMUI
Telephone
53o
and Front streets Main 74
STORY AS OLD AS IS
THAT OF THE WORLD
i
I New York, .Inn. 2. Officials of Leb
! inioii hospital here deelnred Friday tliat
! there wns no hoiie for the, rei o.ery ot
Mrs. Ida Siiillin lioncrs, wlio swnlloweil
bichloride of mercury two days u'0 and
then nave smue of the poison to her
two babies. Olio of the Imbics, n boy,
is dead, und the oilier, .lohu, 2 yenrs
oid, is .1 vint;.
Lorly Klion Hujjors, Inthcr of the
two children, but not the woman's hus
band, bus been at tile hospital coiilnut
ly since Mrs. Honors wns tukeii tliere
two days nao. His lc(rnl wife, firmer
ly Caroline CiddiiiHM, sister of Profes
lor (liildinus of Columliiu university, is
a nervous wreck at her brother's home
today us u result (if the exposure of
Rooms' nlleee, luplicity, Hespite the
revehitions of her husband's nclinti, she
still remained true to him.
"I may say," she said, "that de
spit,' what he has none,, notlru can
miiko me believe that my husband is
anything but II L'ood mnn."
i'r.il'cssor (lidilini! denied ti e dv
iiiL' womnn's stntemeiit thnt she hud
visited Hollers ' lecul wil'o. Th" mother
of HoL'crs' two children declined that
Mrs. Houers had UKreed Iu divorce her
husband.
" Liirly bud fulfilled certain condi
tions, lit a ureat merifice," said the d,v
iii(j womnii. "Then his wife refused to
keep her word. She would not et a
divorce uud we could not niiii'V uud
IcKitiuuitir.c our durlini; bnbies, I was
lick uud the strain muiblened mi."
A third woman entered the inse to
day. She wns Holers' first wife, from
whom bo was divorced. Mrs. lingers
No. I was drawn In the dyiiiK woman
by the hitter's statement of her luiffer
i ri Hi. She met KoKers in the corridor
of the hospital and thev cm versed
briefly.
It wus stntcil today nt the district
attorney's office that as there wns no
chuncc for tho milt her of ltoucm' chil
dren to recover, it wns uit worth while
to briii); a cluugc (if homicide against
her.
HOP MARKET DEAD.
There has been littlo activity in the
iiop nuirket the lust week. iNul :t single
Mile of (Ircnou's has been reported. The
Wn ill i ii nt dii nuirket is also very quiet.
There has been some business in Cull
'foinin, a few small lots of Sucr'iuieutos
nml Yolos chuiiuinu bauds nt from 7 tu
It) ,'CUtS.
I The price is thu sniun In Uiemiu as
I it has been the lut two weeks, Mimcly,
II and I 'J cents. The dcnlers nn ipiiet,
saying thev me wailing for oiders. it
is expected thnt orders will I." forth
icomiuu iiioii utter the first of tile year.
I Prom all reports either thjre is a
'meat tnnnv hopt in si inline in t,he hands
of the dealers wli'i have bought lonr
or else there will ho a scinniblo for the
few tcinuiniiiK bales III tho hands ul' the
; growers, It is known Hint thu eruwers
'do not hold enoiiuh to supply tho de
mand uf the brewers who hnvo not
l"iii;lil theli wnole stuck,
Thi'io lire iriiy li lew thousnnd bales
lelt In this stute. A pruiuiiiont deuler
him nl fere. I 1.1 cents u pound if Hie
whole amount could be gotten together.
Some ot the uruvvcrk who lire Iml'llnc,
are now trvii to tfet nil of Ilics" Imps
into ii pmi, nml if they ore sutcssI'iiI
iu their iiMcmpt tin re will be a mad
f rinnlile lor the I'cvv reiiuiiiiinn hops.
Pucitie Hop Keporlei.
Htste of Ohio, Cltv of Toledo, I
I.ucns r'ounlv.
rninVt J. flicncy mnkes onth thnt be la
senior pnrtner of tin firm of K. J, Chi.iu.y
Co., il'iliur business tn ih Cliy of To-li-ilo,
Cnunly snil Hlutp nforPHiilil, nml
thnt snlit firm will Iiuv tlio inn of ONJi)
III'MHtKl) I'OI.I.AUM f.ir f-och nml ev
ry CHS of rninrrh Hint etinnot t' nn.
by the uio of IIAl.t 'H r'ATAItltll I'I'lti;.
.-'HANK J. CIIKNI.Y.
Rwnrn to hofors nn nml siitiHcrltieil tn
my presenco, this CI It duy of liocmlinr,
A. I). 1W0.
(B.nll A. W. riT.FAftDV,
Notary Puhllr,
llnll's fntnrrh Cure Is Inlcn Inlfrnnllv
ROfl B'-ls fllrccllv np,,n Itip til. toil Bll't inn.
onus snrfiiccs of Ihn ystcni. Bend for
ti'sllninnlnls, f t-i.
K. J, fllKNKT CO.. T.dcito, 0.
Pnlll I'V nil Ic1i.rnl.l, T.'.e.
Take llnll'a FAintly l'ills fur cnnittmlton,
Every Wjj Admires u
Gouraud'e Oriental Cream cures Slim
Tilseases and relieves Sunburn. Removes 'Inn. Pimples, lilaekhemls, Mnih,
Putfhes, flush, Freeklea and Vulgnr ttedness, Yollow und Muddy Skin, giving
a delicately clear and rcllned complexion which everv woman desires. .
No. 11 For sale by Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers. V-
PfrA. T. f-Jrmlrin Prnvi 37 f!iAnf Innoi ti-0ot Nlur Vrlr
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CHINA PRESIDENT
EXPECTS OUTBREAK
; ley lonj;, however.
Shnnuhiii -.Inn. 2. Sins were mull i-1 V.mn, it wns thought' here, ni'ht be
phfiiK here today that uiiti irovernincnt strona; eunuch to control tho situation
nititator.s nr prcpnrinjr for a speedy up-: in the unrtliern provinces but it was
rising unninst President Vunii. j believed he would shortly l'aco a very
This movement wn nenr eulmiuatinn seriiu:s revolt in soulhern China,
at the on I break of the Kuropciin war.' The international authorities tiro on
Then Mime .lupaii's operations UHuinst ! the alert to prevent the Slmiiuhni for-Kia-i
CIiiiii. A lure element in cliinn eign lettlemcnt from hecomlnj; a breed
believed this would lend to u clash be- in); place for anti-L'overnmcnt au'ta
tween the .Inpunese uud Chinese. 'tion but uineli of it limpiestionnbly is
Tile effect was to weld the Chinese lieini ibeie, neverllielcss, sinco tho Po
I'uetions toetlicr fuc a time. 01' lute, , kin LOvernment 's luck of jurisdiction
however, Yunn s opponents hnve lieyuiC over too treaty ports makes them ex
to make fresh progress with their pro-: tremely civil places for the hutching
l uiininln. Prolinlily it would have tukeiiiof conspiracies nuninst it.
tlieni a jood many months to do over; i o i
"Kino, me worn wnieii wus uu louu oy ;
Iiipuu's nttuek (iii the Kino ( linn tier
minis, but for President Yiiun's netion
einpowerinK thu sennte, which he bus
completely und.'r his tlinuib, tu continue
his term indei initely. j
'uan undoubtedly foresnw 1 1n: t this
step would crystnlli.e the revolution',
ists' deterniiniilinn to (jet rbl of him,'
but presumably he thought he could (
dike it more safely before they had!
Kn'ie so far with their cainpaic.n thut
they would be uble to strike lit him j
H. Steinbock Junk Co.
Dealer in
Junk, Iron, Metal, Rubber, Sacks, Bottles, Hides,
Pelts, Wool, Furs, Tallow, Machinery, Pumps, Pipes,
Tools and all kinds of SECOND-HAND GOODS
Our Specialty is Rags and Old Clothes
Phone Mnin 221. 233 State Street, Salem. Oregon
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TRAVELERS' GUIDE
BAILEOADI.
BOUTHEEN PAOIHO COMPANT.
BAXEM OEEH LIKE.
711 Ar. Hiilem 11:15 a.m.
7 Lv. Hnlem 10:00 a.m.
75 Ar. fiulem (lulled) 4:00 p.m.
74 Lv. Hnlem 4:25 p.m.
(No connection south of Oner.)
8ALEM, TALLS CITY fe WESTERN.
101) Lv. Hnlem (motor) ..... 6:15 a in.
l(ll-Lv. Kalera (motor) 7:00 a.m.
103 Lv. Hnlem (mU)r) . 9:45 a.m.
10," Lv, Hnlem. (motor) 1:40 p.m.
107 Lv. Hnlem (motor) 3:25 p.m.
2:ill Way I'miuht, lv. Halom 8:00 a.m.
HI2 Ar. Hnlem (motor) R.40 a.m.
1111 Ar, Hulcm (motor) ..... 11:23 a.m.
Kill Ar. Hnlem (motor) 8:15 p.m.
IIIH Ar. Hnlem (motor) ..... 6:30 p.m.
170 Ar. Hnlem (motor) 7:45 n.m.
210 Wuy FroiKht, nr. Salem 1:33 p.m.
BOUTllEttN PAOiriO 00.
NorthbouniL
111 Ori'non Kxpress 8:00 a.m.
2S Willnmetto Limited .... 9:22 a.m.
12 Hhasla Limited (noon) 12:3d p.m,
18 i'orUnnd 1'nswiincr .... 2:00 p.m.
20 Portland I'nsseiiKer .... 5:00 p.m.
14 Portland Ksjiress 8:00 p.m.
2211 Local Way Froiuht ... 10:30 a.m.
2i'2 Portland Fust l''rcie,ht 10:38 a.m.
Boiithhotind.
15 -Cnllfnrnla liipress 11:32 a.m.
17 llosehiirit Passenger .... 11:10 a.m.
Ill Cottsuo (Irovo Pass 4:30 p.m.
11 Hhnstu Limited 5:43 p.m.
27 Willnmotto Limited .... 8:10 p.m.
13 Hau Francisco Kxpresa 10:3H p.m.
2'il Han Frnnclsi n Fast Frt. 12:01 a.m.
225 Local Way Freight 10:30 a.m.
OIIEUON ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
Northbound.
Loaves Salem Arrival Portland
Train No,
4:.'n a 111 2 Owl ..,
7:15 n.n (I
0: 1". n.m 10 Limited
1 1:20 a.m 12
1:50 p.m 14
4:110 p.m 10 Limited
5:37 p.m 'JO ,
7:03 p.m 82 ...,
8:55 a.m.
0:30 a.m.
ii:35 a.m.
li"'
.. 4:10 p.m
.. 5:50 p.m.
.. 8:00 a. in.
..10:00 p.m.
Beautiful Complexion-
DR. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S
Oriental Cream
OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
Jin Indispensable and Delightful
Toilet Requisite
for Fashionable Women.
A dally necessity for the ladies' toilet
whether nt home or while traveling. It
protects the skin from injurious offecu
of tho elements, fctves a wonderfully ef
fective beauty to the complexion. It Is a
perfect non-greasy Toilet Cream and pos
itively will not cause or enootirace the
Rrowth of hair which nil hultes should
gourd Against when selection; a toilet pre
paration. When daiielui?. bowling or oth
er exertions heat the skin, it prevents a
greasy appearance.
Gouraod's Oriental Cream bus been
highly recommended by physiciuns. act
resses, singors and women of fashion for
over half a century and cannot be sur
passed when preparing for dully or even
flitt ntttro.
"
inimediiitely, in answer to his proclama
tion. .
Hints from well Informed native
sources siimjost thnt they will not de-
rc &c ?C 5t c )t )Jt (t 3(c )C
A few words in a Journal
Want Ad will buy or sell for
you.
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTO R I A
a)aaVaVaVa)a)al
oouinuouna.
Lv. Portland Ar. HtUaa
Q:t'i a.tn 1 8:tl a.a,
N:2n a.m B Limited 10:11 am,
10: 10 a.m 7 12:11 .a,
2:10 p.rn 9 4:81 p.n.
4:40 p.rn 13 Limited ...... :40 pjfc
0:00 p. in 17 Local 8:10 p.m.
B:!.'0 p.rn 19 11:81 fW
11:43 p.in 21 Owl 1:11 a.B.
Northbound. .
Lv, Corvnllia Ar. Malaa
4:10 p.m 20 I:ST p.M.
Lv, KiiRone At. talut
7 : nr. a.m 10 Limited 9:41
11:15 a.m 14 1:10 pM,
1:.10 p.m IS Limited ..... 4:09 pa
5:10 p.m 22
. 7:11 p.m.
12:05 a.m 2 Owl
S:l9 jtt
Southbound.
Lt. Salem
4:3) p.m..
Ar. Albany
.. f :M p.m.
Ar. Kuf oa
7:01 f.m.
Ar. Ingw
- 7:10 a.,
..11:19
,.12:21 fja,
Lv, Halem
2:00 a.m.,
0:05 a.m.
10:13 i.m.
Lv. Holein
.. 21 Owl ..
1
8 Limited
Ar. AlthViy
1:01 p.m.
btopi at CorrallH
1:21 pm.
Ar. EnM
. 8:10 p.m,
1:00 p.m 7
Lv. Hnlem
0:40 p.m 13
COBVALLIS OONKB0TION1.
Northbound.
Lv.Corvallia Ar. RtvltoM
8:20 a.11 10 9:41
(Local Albany to Halom.)
12:12 n.m...
11
1:19 Ma.
4:00 f.m,
:7
7:M
I 2:32 p.m
I 4:10 p.iu
, 18 ,
20 .
22 .
I 0:01 p.m
Southbound.
Lv. r'nlcm
11:11.1 a.m
10:13 a.tn
4:11.-1 p.m
1:00 p.m
(I:fi p.m
Ar. Corvallbl
1
6
V
7
13
...10:01 ..
...11:94 a.m.
... 6:02 p.m.
... 2:31 p.m.
... 8:00 p.m.
It's hiffh time you awoke
t() Q opportunity that
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uvw.ua j'utt uuiuiij; iuc
state Atls in the Journal
Want Column.