THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OKEGON, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 8, 1915. SEVEN i FEEL YOUNG! It's Dr. Edwards' Olive tablets For You 1. - lieware of the habit of constipation. Tt develops from Just a few constipated Unys, unless you take yourself in hnntl. Coax the Jaded bowel muscles back to normal action with Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the substitute for calomel Jon't foree them to .unnatural action with severe medicines or by merely itusldnR out tho intestines with nasty ulckenlng cathartics. Iir. Edwords believes In Kentleness, erslstency and Nature's assistance. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets open tho trowels: their action la gentle, yet posi tive. There la never any pain or Krlplns when Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets are used. Just the kind of treatment old persons should have. lr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are a veg tiible compound mixed with olive oil, you will know them by their olive color. Take one or two occasionally and have no trouble with your liver, bowels or stomach. 10c and 25c per box. All druKKlsts. The Olive Tublet Company, Columbus, O. DcieJ point um fifl 0 SURROUND yourself itk Comfort' -a day.. a vJeek--8.il time" stop at HOTEL NORTONIA The House of Gracious Service of Unobtrusive inistrations. The home of trie SatisfleoT Guest where delicious Viands with the natural HOME LIKE flavor com pel friendship. Kooml with privilege of tilth $1 or more the day. Rooml with privite bath $1 . 5 0 or more trie dr? The thing that appt li--tnodtnt prict. Urn off Washington 123i and , Wwhington Portland EETURNS FROM HIS VACATION. Robert W'rny returned home Sunday evening from three weeks' trip to t'ulil'oniin. Martin Smith accompanied Jjiin clown ami will remain there two months longer. Robert made tho round trin hv steamer nml says the trip go ing was fine hut on returning the sea was very rnugii. tie experienced sen tdekness to tho fullest extent. Whilo in California he visited with his brothers, Milbird nnd Frank, who have charge of n 000-aoro dnirv rnneh two miles from Htookton. Mib is the general overseer of the rnneh, while Frank hns charge of nil the nniohiiipry. Jtoth hoys are well plensed with the work there Rob ert suys it look thorn just 21 hours to ninke tho homeward trip. hilverton Appcul. ,, BIO MEETING HELD AT KUSEL'S. A ennin meeting, which was attended by men and women from various points in the state, wns hold at tho Aug. Mu riel fnrin, nonr Prntum, during the past ten days. The 'meetings closed last Thursday, and a large number of the tampers' left for their homes on tho jinruiiig train Friday, While the meet ings were of a religious nature, nil those belonging to the seel are undo iioniinntional. Mr. Kusel's fnrin was n regular little pity for several days. rilvertnn Appeal. Lime Treatment in Tuberculosis In the Mnr JW. llia Innii of the Journal of the Ainrrlrnn MriltVnl Am Moolntlon niinreft thin Mint? mut ronrcnilnic rnMum (lime) ninllca tliin In tlii frrNlmtnt of palnnmnr (ultrrruloili onNHmttiou ) i 1 mler the Myntrtniittt', rontlnunl ami prrnlMtrnt rritim of mlHum MlmUnllnM, mn teleMnn hnm ntm m Hum her of him intltntn Imitrnvt, un rtrrgn nn emntlnflon or iinrilnl ron nolltlntlnn In the Innir, nhloh then re moIvIuk fulil iiier to eontrlhnt to the trnllinff off and elonlnir of the leMlona. Hnntl In hnnd with thin rountt? of event, the npiitum clear up of tnherrle hnrlllt. whlrh flnnlly t(niipenr, nml the nntlent nre IIm rhnriteit with healed puliuoaary tu er(iiliMlii.n Kt hlcul medical jnurnnls ftelrinrn ftlHMik u podttlvely About a remptiliil ttKPiit, yet thin tcMtlmony coliH'Ide with Hint from muny vnnnuinptlvet who liuve flecuretl like rettulti throuRh Ui up uf Krkman't Altera tive. HI nre rnk'lum Ik ft onnntlt ucnt of thin remedy for pulmonary tuhercu IomIn nnd nil led tlmmt una hronohlnl .nflVrtlonn, It heulltitf power tuny In nm menmirif be ntmhuted to th nmmier In which thin element In no ronililiipd with other Ingredient at In he eiiHily RunltnlhttPd by the nver ffe pemon nnd It does not Irrltutn the ntomiK'li. Krkmnn'H AHerntlve ronmlrm no oplnten, nnrrotlrn or hnblt-formlnir dniKn, no It In nnfe to try. If your J run Hint In out of It, nak him to OHlfr, or nerui snrrrv i Kckntna Lnhorntorr I'hllndelphln SILVERTON NEWS (Capital Journal Special Service.) Silverton, Or., IJee. 8 Mrs. II. L. N'utting entertained her siBtor, Mrs. Tom Cpehran, of l'ortland, from Fri day until Monday. Mrs. (ieorgo Bingham, wife of At torney Hingham,'of Salom, was a guest at the L. J. Adams home on Tuesday. J. E. Ifosmer was a passenger for Portland Thursday. Mrs. Dnve Marcoe visited her moth er, Mis. J. P. Smith a few days this week. Albert Pettit was among tc siek ones the first of the week, having a severe ease of grippe. ' Mrs. Wesley Turner sustained severe injuries hist Tuesday when she fell down stairs'. 8ha hail been in the habit of hanging her clothes up stairs during the rainy weather and after finishing hanging a few pieces, she started to go down, and in some way rou rrom tne very top step. A frac ture of the le? below the knee anil minor bruises was the result. Mr. (lood is quite swell with his now rig, that he is delivering trees for the North Silverton nursery these d&ya. Norman Holiday, of Portlnnd, was a Sunday guest, at the home of his sister, Mrs, John Kubberness. Julius Wolf, who has been enjoying a trip to California, returned home" the first of the week. Jack Nerness was among the Port land business callers the first of this week. F. A. Doerfler arrived from Wiscon sin Mondav, with his ear load of recis- tcred Hheep. Mrs. . i,evy and daughter, Miss Rlizabeth, were passengers fof Salem Thursday, whore Miss Levy was to take part in the program at the Veter ans association in the afternoon. Mrs. Birdie McMain, who has been in Washington the post two years has returned to Silverton with "her chil dren nnd will occupy rooms in the IIos mer building. Jvir. and Mrs. ( harlos Sawyer and daughter are visiting relatives !at Stevenson and Goldendnle, Wash. Mr. Sawyer has sold his farm and after re turning from his visit will look up a business location in this part of the valley. Mrs. Tt. A. Hague, who hns recently returned from Seattle, Washington, wns the guest of honor at a pleasant party given by her daughter, Mrs. F. 10. Callister, last Saturday afternoon. Lovely yellow chrysanthemums, ming led with green folingo was used as decorations in the rooms. A social af ternoon with fancy work of various kinds wns enjoyed, and tho hostess served a delicioiiB lunch at the closo of this happy event. Miss Gertrude Lee, of Oregon City, spent the week end in this city, a guest at the homo of hor sister, Mrs. II. N. .Tamos. Olo Brenden, who hns worked for Gil Bentson the past year, has gone to Hills, Minnesota, to remain indef initely. He wns accompanied by his family, Iver-Wang wns also one of the party and we nre snfo in saying they will wish for n little Oregon mist in stead of the deep snows they will have in thnt country. ' We aro glad to renort t'nele John Mosor much better from his late ill ness. He was up and around tho houso tho hist of the week. Hie son, Stone wall Mosor, has moved In from the rnneh, and will earo for his father this winter. John Sfount wns a business pallor at the Capitnl City hist Tuesday. Mr. nnd Mrs.' Hugh Small were tho guests of Salem friends tho first of the week. Mrs. J. .T. Temsen spent the week with her daughter, Mrs. Klmer Olson nnd wns also a gupst at the. home of her brother, Mr. E. A. Wrightman. Mr. and Mrs. Townij lntely arrived from California, have rented the Mil luirn Wrny house on Third street. Mr. Townc is a son of Win. Towne one of our rurnl mail carriers. Miss Venta Moores spent the week end with Woodburn relatives. I. W. Miller nnd John Goplprud were business callers nt the county seat this week. Mrs. M. P. Larson is enjoying a visit from her daughter, Mrs. Fraak But ler, and husband, of Long Beach, Cali fornia. h, C. Harvey returned home from Kelso, Washington, where he has been employed In tho machine shops. Mrs. J. F. Fishwood will entertain the Mizpnh circle next Wednesday at her home on Mill street. Miss Mnble Hayes who spent the woftk end with her sister, Mrs. Andrew Lorence, at Victor Point, returned to her home at Rickreall, Monday. Mark Matheny and Claude Slndo were up at the Silver Falls Logging enmp on Sunday. . Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rowea are Portland visitors this week. The Harvey, Molvin Lumber com pany, of Gaston, Oregon, hns .put in a portable saw mill on the Arthur Ho bnrd farm near the railroad bridge that crosses the Ablqua. They will be ready to start work in about a week. Iliirlnnd Hicks, of Woodburn, spent tho last of the week nt the Win. Moores home west of town, Ho is a brother of Mrs. Moores. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Haines enjoyed a visit from their daughters, Mrs! AIip Kennedy nnd Mrs. Frank Rape, of North Howell, t lie hist of the week, Mrs. A. Nelson, of Oregon City, who spent tho week pud with relatives at tho Hum shy homes, returned to her home ou Mouduy. J. M. and P. L, Brown were transact ing business nt the Capital City on Tuesday of this week. Kdgnr Wrightmna entertained twen ty Sbroo of his lit to friend Inst Sat urday in honor of his tenth birthday. A fine time is reported. D. K. tieiser is among the last of the Snn Francisco fair visitors leaving for that place on Thursday last. Sylvia Larson who underwent an op eration at tho Salem hospital recently, is recovering nicely, and is at home ngnin. - Maurice Johnson ennie over from Monitor the first of the week, to visit Silverton friends before leaving for his old home at River Fulls, Minnesota. The Chris Hanson family of Hem inlngsford, Nebraska, who have bppn visiting at 1), J. Moes, have rented the llnnnestead house in tieiser 'a Add. and will spend the winter In our little city. Miss (assies lilnehcrby came from Townsend where she la teaching school to spend the Thanksgiving holiday with the home folk, On Friday evening the junior oirls of the high school played a gome of namn nail witn a pick up team from the rpst ot the school at large. There wns a big crowd turned out to see the k STANDARD FAMILY REMEDY . For over forty years it . has been used as A TONIC AND STOMACH REM EDY. Peruna aids the ap petite and gives new life to digestion. game which was the first this season. The score stood 18 to 12 in favor of the juniors. Miss Suda Stewart, of Axolallu spent the week end witii her sister, at the home of Mrs. K. K. Chase, near the university. Mr. and Mrs. CI undo Blade aad son William, were Thanksgiving gueBts ot friends at Salem. The Women's Social Science club met at the homo of Mrs. A. i. Richard son on Friday, Novembor 2tith. Tho program was as follows: Music, piano selections, current events, by Mrs, H. N. James. Municipal law by President Richardson, A paper on Russian ex pansion was read by Mrs. Will Hubbs and ait interesting discussion on same followed. Puolicity committee: Mrs. P. L. Brown, Mrs. V. M. Wray and Mrs. J. Tv Hoblitt. The next mooting of the W. S. S. 0. will be a "Christ mas meeting" held at the homo of Mis. H. L. Nutting. The program will be, first a reading by Mrs. P. L. Brown, violin solo v Elizabeth Levy, rending by A. J, Richardson, duet by Mrs. Mum and Mrs. Richardson, piano solo, Mrs. Hurley Smith. Mr. and ' Mrs. U. H. Mover enter tnined the Heme Circle last Sunday. A fine program was rendered and a sump tuous dinner wns served by the hostess. Tho next meeting of the circle will be hold on December 19th at the M. Ting lestad home. On December 10 and 11, the Mizpah Circle will hold a sale of useful and fancy articles, in the Smith building, formery occupied by The Palm. O, L. Jackson and J. R. KaBor, of South i lverton, hove been enjoying a ten days trip through Central Oregon, going in an automobile, and visiting a large area of the new country lying east of the mountains. They returned home on Tuesday. , Mr. and Mrs. Sam Walker were in Portland a few days the past week. SALTS IF KIDNEYS Harmless to Flush Kidneys and Neutralize Irritating . Acids Splendid for System Kidneys and Bladder weakness result rrom line acid, says a noted authority. Tho kidneys filter this acid from the blood , and pass it on to the bladder, where it often remains to irritate and inflame, causing a burning, scalding sensution, or setting up an irritation at the neck of the bladder, obliging you to seek relief two or three times during the night. The sufferer is in constant dread, tho water passes sometimes with a scalding Bcnsution and is very profuso again, there is difficulty iu avoiding it. Bladder weakness, most folks call it, because they can't control urination. While it is extremely annoying and sometimes very painful, this is really one of tho most simple ailments to over come. Get about four ounces of Jad Salts from your pharmacist and take a tablcspoonful iu a gluss of water be fore breakfast, continue this for two cr three days. This will neutralize the acids in tho urine so it no longer is a source of irritation to the bladder nnd urinary organs which then act normal ly again. Jad Salts is inexpensive, harmless, and is made from tho acid of grapes and lemon juicO, combined with lithin, and is used by thousands of folks who aro subject to urinary disorders caused by uric acid irritation. Jad Salts is splen did for kidneys and causes no bad ef fect whatever. Hero you have a pleasant, efferves cent, lithin-wntcr drink, which quickly relieves bladder trouble. RETURN FROM TRIP IN EASTERN OREGON O. L. Jiickson nndxJ. R. Kaser, of South Silverton, returned homo lost Tuesday from a ton days trip through Central Oregon. They traveled over ll'jO miles in an automobile and visited n large area of now country. Much of their time was spent in Harney county. Mr. Jackson says they saw much good hind uiid, of course, some that wbb not sc good, but believes there is a big fu ture for that part of Oregon. Much of the hind is yet available for homo slisil entry. Silverton Appeal. i O. A. C. iiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiii FARMERS' AND HOME-MAKERS' WEEK and RURAL LIFE CONFERENCES January 3 to 8, 1916 Uvt Information, Practical Help for th Honit the Farm, Iht Community, Convention of Ore toii'a OroalfiM tndtiMrirs CoiifcmicMoa urrgon'a Mont Vital Pioblcnu LKCTVRKH" DHMONHTKATIONS KXHIlirnONH KNTIiKTAINMliNTS Two thoimanilatiropl, attended last year. It ta a gieat filNie lo umlie fiiemU -wllh live thinker and llvf tlionslitHs loud wurkera, and K"od wutk, WINTER "SHORT COURSE January 10 to February 4, 1016 . A Practical AaiHciiltiiral Com III a Nut Hhell. Applied feienc hi Artual Work or the Farm and Huunelioid. Conraea In PSflT HAtSIVO. HAKM CSOM, SOILS, STOCK RAIHINO, ItAIHV WtlKK routTM V RAIHINO, (iAKI)HNIN(l, COOK INO. NKWINO, IIOCHKIIOI.I) AK rs, IICM K Nt'HHiMi, aisiNKwt Murium, khad an 1,111 so. r am knoinkkkino.klkai ORGANIZATION. MAKKKTINO, Corretnonrletim Couraea Without Tuition. Kiperl Inntrurtton In MiMlc. , Htdliced railroad rate. For program write lo Tha Collep Enchtnfe. Oretim Africaltiril Clla(,. tlrtalm. (Iw li l Iu 1-1) t THE MARKETS ' Tho sugar market seems ratther un settled but the advance yesterday of 15 cents a hundred is general. Portlnnd announces an advance of 20 cents a barrel on flour which will bp effective in Salem this week, possibly tomorrow, according to tho opinion of several grocers. This will advance flour five cents a sack. Eggs are holding at the same prices, although tho opinion is general thnt with the supplies coming in, the price will have to fall off a few ppnts in or der to permit shipments to Portland. Denlers claim thnt with the present price, they cannot ship case count eggp to Portland, and tho supply is coming In too fast for the local demand. Grains. Hay, timothy, per ton $14.00 Oats, vetch tlO.OO Cheat 9.0010.00 Wheat , 8082c Oats 35c RoUed barley $32.00 Corn (40.00 Cracked corn $41.50 Bran 420.00 Shorts, per ton $28.00 Butter. Butterfat 33c Creamery butter, per pound 35c Country butter 80s Eggs and poultry. Eggs, candled, No, X, cash 38c Eggs, cose count, cash 3638c Egga, trade 3739c Eggs, storage 28c Hens, pound 10llc Roosters, old, per pound 7c Spring chickens, pound 10llc Turkeys, live 1516c Turkeys, dressed 1819c Fork, Veal and Mutton. Venl, dressed 78c Pork, dressed .;.;;.....,.... 7.1-2 Pork, ou foot ITl-4c Spring lambs .- 6 l-2c Steers ,. 55 l-2c Cows ; 34c Bulls , , 80 Ewes 3c Wethers 44 l-2c Vegetatucs. Cabbage .'...40c Tomatoes, California 1.251.60 String garlio 15e Potatoes, cwt. A. ..! 75c Brussels sprouts 10c Sweet potatoes-' $2.75 Beets . ...r..... 40c Carrots 40c Turnips 40c Celory 4070c Onious $1.00(5)1.25 California head lettuco, case $2.753.00 Oreen beans 12 l-2c Fruits, Oranges, Valencia . . . . ... Oranges, Navels Lemons, per box ,...,.,. Bananas, pound California grape fruit .. Dates, dromedarv. case . $5.00 ,. $3.754.25 .. $4.254.75 S l-4c ,. $6.007.OO $3.35 ....... $1.00 ....... $1.40 $10.0012.00 7 l-2c $3.50 Fard dates 'f- Grapes Cranborries . .... ....... Pineapples Honey Retail Prices. Eggs, per dozen, f rosh ranch . .4045c Eges. storage 30c Sugar, cane ., $7.15 Sucar. D. G $0.95 Creamery butter 40c Flour, hard wheat $1.502.40 Flour, valley $1.20(3 1.5 PORTLAND MARKET Portland, Ore., Doc. 8. Wheat: lub, 92 l-2(a0Ue. Bluestom, illlcfS $1.00. Oats: No. 1 white feed, $24.00(Ti 24.. 75. Barley: Feed, 2(1.00(ffi28.00. Brewing, $28.00(rj'10.00. Hogs: Best live, $f).85(T'0.00. , Prime stocrs, $(I.60(S)7.00. Fancy cows, $5.00(ri 5.50. Calves, $7.007.50. . Spring lambs, $7.50. Butter: City creamery, 32e, Eggs: Seleetcd local ex., 42c. Hens, ll(S)13e. Broilers, 12c, Geese, 7(ff 8e. 0. & C. Land Conference Is Again Postponed - 1 The Oregon & California land grant conference, of the subcommittee which wns to meet this morning was post pnncoV on account of the inability of the 8, P. officinls and attorneys to attend. The b. P. is a party to a large suit that is on in Seattle this week nnd the mooting this morning wns scheduled on condition that tho case there wns finished in time to re' lense the attorneys and allow them to attend the conference. Efforts are being mndo today to arrange tho conference of the iin mittea for cither Friday or Saturday of this week. Use Zemo for Eczema Never mind how often you have tried and failed, you can stop burninit, itcliinK eczema quickly by applying a little win furnished by liny druKitist for 2."e. Extra Inrac bottle, l.(H. Mealing box Ins the moment renio Is applied. In a short Hum usually every trace of- pimples, black lieiids, rash, prwma, tetter and similar kin dlsenw-s will bo removed. For clearing the skin and making It vigorously healthy, seuio is an except iunul remedy. It in not greasy, sticky or watery and it does not slain. When others fall if In the one dependable treat uicnt fur all skin trouble. ciuo, ClevelnaW. OSTEOPATH DBS. B, n. WHITE and B. W. WAL TON Osteopathia physicians and nerve specialists. Graduates of Amer ican School of Osteopathy, Kfrksville, Mo. Post graduate and specialised io nerve diseases at Los Angoles eollege. Treat acute and chronle diseases. Consultation free. Lady attendant. Office 605500 U. 8. National Ban'. Building. Phone 856. . Residence 346 North Capital street, l'hoos 309. CARRY STOMACH JOY IN YOURVEST POCKET Daniel J. Fry Has Buca Faith In This Dyspepsia -Remedy That He Guarantees It. One of the greatest successes la the snle of medicine has been achieved by Mi-o-na, the standard dyspepsia rem edy, and its sale is increasing so rapid ly that Daniel J. Fry, the popular drug gist, has hard work to keep a stock on hand. It is very popular with bankers. ministers, lawyers and others where business or profession keeps them close ly confined, while those who have brought on indigestion through irreg ular eating, worry, or other causes, have found relief in this reliable remedy. Mi-o-na comes in tablet form and Is sold in a metal box especially designed for convenience in carrying the medi cine in the pocket or purse. It is pleas ant to take, gives quick relief and should help any case, no matter of how long a standing. This remedy has been so uniformly successful that Daniel J. Fry will in future sell Mi-o-na under a positive guarantee to refund the money u 11 snouifi not prove entirely satis factory. No other dvsnonsia medicine ever had a large enough percentage of cures bo that it could be sold in this manner. A guarantee like thia speaks volumes for the merit of the remedy. There is no time like the present to do a thing that ought to be done. If any one haa dyspepsia, today is the best limn to rjegm coring tt. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Simmons and Gnult. nt nl to Annn Simmons pt Peter Wilson cl 31-5-1E; J McPherson cl 31-5-1E; Mncky W. Smith cl 1-6-1W. C. H. Woods et ux to H. C. and L. B Bowen, Janet Pugh cl 56-7-3W. H. W. Walters to Chas. B. and Myrtle L. Lomns lots 20, 20 and 27 Hanshaw's Fruit farms. Classified Advertising Page CHIROPRACTIC-SPINOLOOIST DB. O. L. SCOTT Graduate of Chiro practic's Fountain Head, Davenport, Iowa. If you have tried everything and have got no relief, try Chiroprac tic spinal adjustments and got wall. Office 406-7-8 U. S. National Bank Building. Phone Main 87. Residence Main 828-R. LODGE DIRECTORY A O. U. W Protection Lodge No. 2. Meets every Monday evening at 8 in the McCornnck hall, corner Court and Liborty streets. A. E. Aufrance, M. W.; 8. A. McFadden, recorder; A. L. Brown, F. CENTRAL LODGE No. 18, K. of P. McCornack building. Tuesday even ing of each week at 7:30. F. F. Bchram, C. C.i W. B. Oilson, K. of R. and 6. SALEM LODGE No. 4, A. F. & A. M. Stated communications first Friday In each month at 7:30 p. m. in the MaBouio Temple. J. C. Welch, W. M.; B. Z. Culvor, locrotory. PACIFIC LODGE No. 50, A. F. & A. M. Stated communications third Friday In each month at 7:30 p. m. in the Masonic Temple. Glenn O. Niles, W. M.; Ernest H. Choate, secretary. B, N-. of A. "Oregon Grape Camp," No. 1360, meets every Thursday even ing in McCornack building, Court and Liberty streets) elevator. Miss Syl via Shaupp, 1791 Market, oracle: Hazel Price, Imperial Furniture Co., recorder. HODSON COUNCIL, No. 1, B. & 8. M. Stated assembly first Monday In each month, Masonic Temple. James Plant, Thrice Illustrious Master; Glon U. IS lies, recorder. DEMOLAY COMMANDERY, No. 6, K. T. Regular conclave fourth Fri day in each mouth at 8 o'clock p. m., In Masonio Temple. Sojourning Sir Knights are courteously invited to meet with us. Geo. H. Burnett, E. C, f rank A. Turner, recoraor. 0HADWICK CHAPTER, No. 87, O. E. S. Regular meeting every first and third Tuesday at 8 p. m. in the Ma sonio Temple. Elizabeth Read, W. M.; Ida M. Babcock, secretary. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD Moet every Friday night at ft o'clock in McCornack block. Oscar Donaldson, 0. C; L. 8. Goer, clork. 607 Court street. Phono 693. MULTNOMAH ROYAL ARCH CHAP TER, No. 1, R. A. M, Regular meet ing second Friday in each month at 8 p. m. in the Masonic Tom pie. Al fred F. Marcus, Ex. High Priest; Bus sell M. Brooks, secretary. UNITED AU'l'ISANS Capital Assem bly, No. 84, moots ovory Wednesday, at 8 p. m. in Mooso hall. Mrs. F. W. Cook, M A.j C. 7j. Itandnll, secretary, Balora Bunk of Commerce. SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY . D, Koolnr, president; Mrs, Lou Tillson, soerotary. All cases of sruelty or neglect of dumb animals should bo reported to the secretary for investi gation. MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA Oregon Cedar Camp, No. 6240, moots every Thursday avoning at 81 o'clock in McCornack nail corner Cotirt and Liberty streets. Elevator service. W. W. lllll, V. C.j Bex. A 'lamer, einrk, CHIROPRACTOR CONSULT DR. MAT, experienced and successful Chiropractor, 'or aetito and chronic disorders. Has practiced six years In Oregon. Froe consultation. Hours, 9 to 12, 1 to 0. 300 6-7 Hub bard Bldg, Lady attendant. Phone, office 672; resldoncn, 082-It, j-j DENTISTS DR. O. A. OLSON, DENTIST administer Nitrous Oxid and Oxygen Uas Boom 214. Phone 440. afaso'olo Temple. Salem, Ore. Hodson Council Elects Officers for Coming Year In regular session Monday evening, Hodson Council, No. 1, Royal and Select Masters, elected nnd installed for the coming Masonic year, tho following of ficers. .- Thrice Illustrious Master N. P. Eas musseii. ' Department Master A. F. Marcus. Principal Conductor of Work O. A. Olson. Pheasant Brand Products "Oregon Made for the World's Trade Tour Eastern iriend would appreciate tne gift of a fancy packed Christmas package of Oregon'a finest Prunes and Loganberries, or a box of Pheasant Perfection Prune. 1 SOLD BY ALL LEADINQ GROCERS Willamette Valley Prune Association Always Watch This Ad Changes Often - FOR THE WOODSMAN We have all kinds of Axea, Bledgea, Wedges, Saws and Equipments for the woods. AU kinds of Corrugated Iron for both Roof a and Buildings. ' A good $800.00 Laundry Mangel, slightly used for one-fourth original eost. $19 AND $20 NEW OVERCOAT! AT $6.00. I pay 1 1-2 cents per pound for oM tags. I pay highest price for hides and fur. H. Steinbock Junk Co. The House of Half a Million Bargains. 8C2 North Commercial Street. ' - Phone 808. SCAVENGER SALEM SCAVENGER Charles 800s, proprietor. Garbage and ref ubo of all kinds removed on monthly, contracts at reasonable rates. Yards and cess pools oleancd. Office phone Main 2247. Rosidence Main 2272. PHYSICIAN DR. D. B. GRIFFIN Drug and drink cure. 1425 Fir street, near Meyers street. Fnone 1037J, .. i .Ji' , ; MISCELLANEOUS t f J&iXtb i SALE! FENCE and ;j line of new furniture, ranges, heat- ' ... . " ers, and other house furnishings. . JTftVF WARKn Peeta Furniture Co., 233 North Com- JtVfli HVHUUJ . , mercial street. , '. '. i, ..... 1 ., , R, B. FXEMINO, Prop, - TODERTAKIRa . - LEnMAN ft CLOUGH 0. B. Webb, A. ;; DCDOt AluCnCan FCHCe M. Clough mortician and funeral di- 1 ', - rectors. Latest modern methods Oatea, Plain and Barbed Wire, - known to the profession employed. ; J Paints, -OU and Varnishes, ' 445 Court street. Mali 120; Main S88. i '. Roofing, posts, Hop Hooka, RIGDON-RICHARDSON CO. Funer- ' Ift W M I - Cl ' al directors and undertakers, 258 4U I CITS Iflaklu DlOVCS " North High street. Day and night '., n phone 183. st0VM Mbuut ,n4 repaired. FOR SALE ' Bt0 u.8nt nd WW- - 7rC77, I 7"; T, ' ' 2W Court Street Phone 124 '. '. FOR bALE A good Jersey cow, call . fc .. 905 South 21st St. Doc8 Badt of Chicago Store. J SMALL general stock of merchandise ., ,S ? "" lDqUi" 1180 ,th C".P; NOTICE OF VACATION. Itol street w . SPLIT BODY OAK-r-Gurb oak, ash, second growth fir, old fir. J. 11. Eaton. Phone 1954, tf FOR SALE Antique bloc walnut bed, dresser, commode. Otaer black wal nut furniture. Good organ in block walnut case. 233 North Commercial street. PLUMBING REPAIRING AND COIL WORK A SPECIALTY Reasonable Charges SHOP TOOT OP UNION STREET A L. Godfrey Phone 1517-J Day or Night L. M. HUMi Care of 1 YICK SO TONG Chinese Medicine and Tea Company Has medicine which will cure any known disease. IO CU,,U TJS.U I xoo ouuui iitKu to LICCt, i Salem, Ore. Phone 283. THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL Classified Business Telephone Directory A Quick, handy reference for busy people Telephone EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL Salem Eloctrio Co., Masonio Temple, 127 North High Main 1200 LATJNDRIM . Salora titoam Laandry, 180 South Liberty Main U PLUMBING, BTEAM FITTING AND T INN INO T. M. Barr, 104 South Commercial Street Mala 191 undertaker; Rlgdon-Blchardson Co., 2S4 North High street Day and night, Main 181 TRANSFER AND DRAYAnH Salom Truck A Dray Co., corner State and Front streets Mala 74 JOB PRINTINO Beaver State Printers, fatten Block 1611 Treasurer Lot L. Pearcc. Recorder Glen C. Niles. Captain and ' Guard Russell M.. Brooks, Conductor of Council E. M. LsForo. Steward Felix R. Davis. Sentinal Henry Schomnkcr. " ' TRODTDALE HAS WOMAN MATOR Troutdale, Ore., Dee. 8. Mrs. Clara Larson will guide the civic destinies of Troutdale for another term. Run ning on her record rs mayor, Mrs. Lar son was re-elected with no opposition worthy of the name. WATER COMPANY SALEM WATER COMPANY Office corner Commercial and Trade streets. For water service apply at office. Bills payable monthly in advnnne, MONEY TO LOAN ON Good Real Estate Security. THOS. K. FORD Over Ladd & Bush Bank, Salem, Oregon In the County Court of the State of Oregon for the County Court of Marion. In the matter of the Application of Seid Back for the vacation of Frank's Fruit Trncts. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned, Seid Back, the owner of alt the real proporty hereinafter described, has filed a potition with the County Clork of Marion County, Stat of Ore gon, to the County Court of the State of Oregon for said county to vooate all of the sub-division or addition and all the lots, blocks and tracts thereof, the same being lots or tracts numbered from one to Iwelvo inoluitive in that certain sub-division or addition known as Frank's Fruit Tracts in Marion County, State of Oregon, the plat and dedication of which is now of record at page 175 of Volume 10 of the book of ulats of record in the office of the re corder of said Marion County, and all the roads, stroots, avonues and alleya of such sub-division or addition. Thnt said petition is now on file and pending and all persons opposing said vacation are horeby notified and re quired to present their objections to such petition to the said County Court on or before Friday the 7th day of January, 1910, at the hour of 9 o'clock a. m. Datod at Salem, Oregon, this 23rd, day of Novembor, 1915. ' SEID BACK, Dee. 29 Petitioner.