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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, PEC. 14. 1915.
WAR NEWS OF ONE
YEAR AGO TODAY
Tlio Allies began a western
drive to get tlie (lemmas out of
Holyiniii. Knu In Hi I l"i"omised not
to seio American ships if
British coiibhIs O. Kd. them.
Kranee raised the bun on eot
ton ns contrnlinnd. Commander
Stirling of tlio submarine fleet
tolil Congress the V. S. never
realized tlio submarine's worth
before the European war began.
; jj !j j(c !: jj; ;
For Acid Stomachs
The almost universal use of mngnesin
l'V physicians anil specialists in the
treatment of stomach troubles is dB to
the fact Hint it neutralize the excessive
ncid and thus Rtops food fermentation
the direet cause ot nenrlv all stomaeh
trouble. Of the ninny forms of mag
nesia such ns oxides, eit rates, carbon
ires, sulphates, etc., the one now sup
plied in either powdered or tablet form
nnd espeeinlly reeominended for acid
tomnehs is bisnrnted magnesia, a tea
oponnful of which in n little warm
water immediately after eating will in
ntnutly neutralize the excessive acid,
htop fermentation, nnd thus ensure
painless normal digestion. Be euro to
got bisuruted uingnesin rather than any
other magnesia, as this form is prepared
(specially for the treatment of acid
stomachs. The five grain tablets are.
the most convenient for physicians and
travelers to carry nnd two tablets are
equivalent to a tenspoouful of the
powder. . TnliO two of the tablets
(with or without water) or a tenspoon
full of the ponder in n qunrter of a
jjnss of water after each meal. Stomach
sufferers and dyspeptics who follow
I hia plan nnd avoid tho use of pepsin,
charcoal, snda mints, drugs nnd
medicines nrc astonished to find that
Hie stomach, relieved of the irritating
acid nnd gns, soon regain its normal
tone, and can do its work alone without
the doubtful aid of artificial digestants.
CONVICT 18 GOOD STUDENT
Has to Study in Tent Among 14 Men
After Supper, but Promises
University of Oregon," Eugene, Dee.
J 4. One student in the correspondence
lit ml v enrollment of the State I'uiver
ity is getting an education under des
perate conditions, lie is a convict, and
lie works all dav with a road vans'.
"My 'lessons n re not sent regularly, I
must ndmit," he writes to his instruc
tor, "but out. here on the highway we
xinu plenty ot worn, and atter supper
the only place to study is our tent,
wnere J4 men are sleeping, so a fellow
docs' not get much chance, but I'll do
e-' 1 1 j
Corn Lcnpers! Use
"Cets-It" and Smile!
Corns Come Right Off, Clean and Quick!
You Needn't Limp, or Fuss With
Your Corns Any More!
What's tho use of spoiling a good
time for yourself by limping around
with fierce corns? It's one of the
nsiest things in the world, now, to
get lid of them, "Gets-It" does it
Thoa Corn Coma Right Off, CU-tr Ai t
Vhittlo, by Uiinii 'Got-Ur "
the new way. That's why "Oets-It '' has
become the corn remedy of America,
the biggest selling corn remedy in the
world, preferred by millions. Do yon
remember that too-eating salve you
tried, that sticky tape, that toe-bundling
liandnge, tho gouging you've done with
knives, razors nnd scissors? Well now,
forget them all. No more fussing, no
more pain. Whenever you use simple,
oasy "Gets-It,' the corn is doomed, sure.
.So is every callus, wart or bunion.
.Never cut" corns or calluses, it makes
them grow that much faster and in
creases the danger of blood, poison. No
cutting is necessary by using "ftets
It." I'se it tonight and end your corny
"Gets-It" is sold"by nil druggists,
25c a bottle, or scut direct by K.
Lawrence & Co., Chicago.
1 Crowded with flavor
2 Vclvety liody -NO GRIT
4 Sterling purity
5 From a daylight factory
6 Untouched by hands
PEPPIRMINT-IN RED VHAPPtn
CINNAMON -IN BLUt HSWItlt
DONT CRY VIOLET
By Ella McMunn.
Little Violet Newton's rabbits have
just died ami her heart is breaking. 1
nnd a good home and good Violet s
them as well as if we had wandered all
our lives together over the sage brush
country. 1 know that country, where
there are no fences or houses or limita
tions, save those of my own soul, and
so of course, "Tknow Violet's rabbits.
anil I am going to tell her tiiat they
are liappier tnan they have ever Deen
She won't believe it; not till she has
lived half her life and knows rabbits,
because she knows herself. True they
hnd a good home and Violcf's pure
love, but I believe that they would
have preferred to nibble at the top of
some brush just sticking out of the
snow, to burrow into the ground for a
home, and to do without Violet's love,
since it was the kind that pleased
Violet, not the rabbits, for in that re
spect rabbits are not much different
from human beings.
When dogs came snarling around
their hutch thoy withdrew to the far
thest corner, but they were always
afraid that it would not hold strong
enough to keep the enemy out, and one
day when they thought sure the dog
was coining in, they died.
That is like us again, Violet, always
afraid that tho fence around us will
not bo strong enough to keep Poverty
and Pain ami Death without, although
it seems pleuty strong to keep us in,
with never a chanco to break for the
open country. For we aro all in a two-by-four
hutch, Violet, you'll find that
out", after a while. Sometimes it is be
cause we dons know that there is a
place to creep out; sometimes it's be
cause other rabbits tell us there are
dogs without; but most always it's be-
ause we aro busy and uon t tlnnk at
all, and we go on beating down the.
ground in one spot, when over yonder,
just a step away, is the open country.
lour rnobits are tucre, lime gin, so
don't cry when you see tho empty
hutch and the bunches of soft fur that
were torn from over their quivering
Don't cry, Violet, don.t cry.
Once An Irishman
Always An Irishman
Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 14. When is
an irishman not an irishman and noes
he ever become thoroughly American
ized That is what First Sergeant John
Fox, Vnited States Marine Corps, re
tired after thirty years honorable ser
vice with tho colors, would like to
A "'living recently for a position as
watchman at one ot the large rne
tories supplying ammunii.on to the At
lies, Fox was told that the fact of his
having been born in tho Kinerald Isle
over half a century ago, barred him
absolutely from Such employment,
Fox's discharges show that he fought
bravely at (luiintannnio, Cuba, in 1SH8,
when a handful of I nited htatcs Ala
rines held in check thousands of Span
inrds there, and established a navnl
base at that point, but his thirty years
of excellent service with Uncle Sam's
sea-soldiers counted for naught with
the munition makers. ,
"Once an Irishman always an Irish
man nnd we can't be too careful in tho
selection of our guards," Fox was told.
l'ox, who snvs he is intensely Amen
can a id absolutely neutral, cannot get
their viewpoint, but isn't worrying
much, for Uncle Sam pays him $70.00
n month retired pay.
KAISER BOTTOM NEWS
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Kaiser Hot torn, Dec. 14. Thomas
Xewtnn. of tins place, believes that his
fine Unldwin apples have made a good
reputation lor themselves ns some per
sou canio in the night and relieved
him of II bushels' last night.
The onlv souvenirs the miscreants
left were 3 rubber shoes, new, stuck in
the mud near his fruit house. The
prowlers also thoughtfully left Mr,
Newton s It new apple crates, evident
ly removing the apples to gunny sacks
and trniisrering away uy horse ami
As it seems to be against the ethics
never saw those rabbits, but I know
night, the travelers made an easy get
away with the fruit.
FREE BOOK ON STOMACH ILLS
Ceo. H. Mayr, o 154 Whiting St.,
Chicago, 111., a prominent druggist, has
published a guide to health, in which he
shows how he cured himself and brought
relief to thousands of other sufferers
from constipation, biliousness, indiges
tion and intestinal troubles by the use
of French healing oils. One dose usu
ally convinces. The most chronic enses
rarely need over three doses. This book
will be niniled free on request. llnyr's
Wonderful Remedy is sold by lending
druggists 'everywhere with the positive
understanding that your money will be
refunded without question or quibble if
OXB bottle fails to give you absolute
MINK KILLS CHICKENS.
(Capital Journal Specinl Hervice.)
Falls City, Ore, Dec. 11. A mink
broke into the poultry house .of C. K.
McP'nerren last Friday night anil killed
nnd sucked the blood of sixteen grown
chickens and frightened the remainder
of the poultry from the premises. The
varmint wns frightened away by the
barking of dogs before it had an op
portunity to do any further mischief.
This vicinity has been bothered with
minks for some time and the resident
ers have lost quite a good many chick
ens, fl. Mowers has been the heaviest
loser in the past; having lost 11 at one
time and 14 at another.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured .
br local ppllcailnm, at ty otnaot rrscl,
tti dlicaii'd portion of the eir. There le,
only on way to cure dafneM, and that la
by ronallttttlnnal rrmtdlua. Lieafn.aa la
rauard by an Inrtamfd condition of th mu
roua lining of the Uuatachlan Tube. When
thla tctie la Innamed you have a rumbllng
aounrl or Impfirft-ct henrlna;. aod wbeo u la
entirely cloerri, Deafneaa le the reatilt, and
unleea the Inflammation can be token out
and ibla tube realored to Ita normal const
tlon. hearing will be dcatroyed forever; nlna
cni.-e out of ten are caueed by t'ntarrh,
which la nothing but an Inflamed condition
of the mucoue aurfacea
We will give On Hundred Dollar for any
raae of Deafneaa caueed by oatarrh! that
cannot be cure4 by Haifa Catarrh Cur.
Mend for olrr-olara. free.
r. J. OHKNIcr CO., Toledo. Ohio.
P.,1,1 by nnigglala. tin.
Xaae Hair 1, anally nils far ooaatlpatloa.
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Silverton, Or., Dec. 14. Charley
Whitney, who has been spending ihe
past few months in Eastern Oregon, re
turned home Monday.
Thomas Booth, of Iloise, Idaho, is in
the city, a guest at the home of Mrs.
C. Booth, on Second street.
A. M. Hansell was over from Salem
on business-on Tuesday of this week.
Mis. Carl Lorenzen was in from
Scaudia Wednesday and spont tho day
with her sister, Mrs. J. E. Blazer.
Lee Ward left for hlnckfoot, Idaho,
the last of tho week where he will
spend a few weeks with his parents.
A. LeiUem, of Unlit, was a business
caller in this city last Saturday.
N..O. Helgerson was over at Don
ald the past week visiting his (laughter,-
Mrs. Martv and family.
Harvey Hartman was visiting the
homo folks over Siindav. voniing in
from the ranch Saturday evening.
Elliott Savage and W. L. Fuller,
of Salem, were in tho city on business
Mrs. Ira Stewart is expecting her
father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Fleischer, of Kansas, in the near fu
ture. They are now visiting another
daughter, ata Seattle, Washington.
Mrs. John Anderson and Mrs. A. III
vin will entertain the ladies aid of the
Vnited Lutheran church, on Thursday
of next week. ,
Arthur llobart and Helnuith Brandt
spent last Saturday attending to busi
ness matters at the county seat.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Latham are en
tertaining soino friends from Idaho,
Mr. and Airs. Ben Hyde, who have been
taking in the Bights at the- San Fran
cisco fair, and are now on the return
trip. Mr. and Mrs. Hyde will ulso visit
the University of Idaho, whero they
have tnreo sons attending school, be
fore returning borne.
Will Neal was quite sick the last of
the week , and unable to attend his
work at the big mill.
Charles Benston was in Portland on
business last Sunday. .
Tom Booth went to balem last Thurs-
dny, returning on tho evening passen
lder Thurston came over from hnlcin,
Tuesday evening to give a lecture in
me Aavennst ciiurcn. i
Mrs. Marv Vearrier spent a few
avs at the home of her aunt Mrs.
('has. Sapingfield, of Hpwcll Prairie,
tho first of the week.
A can of roof paint catching fire on
the roof of the building occupied by
the cozy Candy Shop, wns the cause
of much excitement in this city Wed
nesday morning. Some repairing wnB
being done' and the paint caught on
fire from tho gasoline burner. The i
fire department was called out, but
was not deeded as the tiro diil not
mnke much headway, but tho black
smoke gave the appenraucc of a bad
tire to those not near enough to know
the real cause. "
Tho law firm of Boyington and Boy
ington are preparing to open a law of
fico in Sulem, moving tho office furni
ture tothat placo tho last, of this week.
W. S. Kline, who has been enjoying
Vrr"':"M. '""V1-1 1
v ' . " ' .
Mr. nnd Jlrs. I. has. J. Gulden, or,
CiOldondnle, Washington, nro making
an extended visit with Silverton rela
tives. . , .
Jlr. and ..Irs. 8. N. Rasmtissen, Fred
Kasmiissen, and Mrs. Mary Clreen enmo
from Portland Monday to attend the
funeral of their niece, Miss Eva Mosor.
They were ncconipanied homo Monday
evening by T. M. Slusser step-father
of the deeensed girl.
Frank llynes, one of nervals' prom
inent land owners, was a business call
er in this city last Saturday.
Lewis -. Steelhammer who has a
prominent position in a storo in
Pendleton, Oregon, has been visiting
his people here this week.
D. E. Oeiser and L. H. Fischer havo
returned from a very pleasant trip to
the Frisco fair.
Little Miss Svlvia Mav Burr cele
brated her first birthday last Sunday.
Her parents, Mr, and Mrs. (. I. Harr,
invited a number of their friends in
lor the day. A delicious chicken din
ner and- a social afternoon mado this
an occasion long to be remembered.
Those who enjoyed the hospitality of
this home were: ('minima Grace, Miss
Sylvia vtinnis, Mrs. (;. J. Rosheim,
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Heater and Mr.
ami Mrs. J. A. Albertson.
itr. and Mrs. J. C. Currio drove in
from Waldo Dills last Saturday even
H. A. Smith and wife, of Anacortls,
Washington wero over Sunday guests
nt Ihe K. S. Longncre home, Mr. Smith
and Mr. Longncro being boys together
in old Missouri, thirty years ago. They
left lor homo Monday
Jasper llennet, of Klamath Falls, Or
egon, has brought the II. 13. Hodges
property on Liberty Kill, .joining tho
homo place, formerly owned by Mr.
Miithias Cooley, ono of the old pion
eers of Oregon, passed away at his
homo on Lewis street, Wednesdny
morning. Deceased was born in Platte
county, Missouri, August 20, 18.'I7.
When quito a young hid ho enmo west
and at an early age earned the trrade
of carpenter nnd wngonmnkcr. On De
cember 23rd ho married Miss Willam
ina Smith. In 1006 the family moved
from their farm near Silverton to
their present, home. Mr. Cooley wns n
man loved and respected by all. He
leaves a widow and eight children to
mourn a loving husband and father.
The children werec all at his bedside
when he died except a son and daugh
ter in Washington. A large concourse
of friends followed the rcmnins to tho
Inst resting place Friday, where inter
ment wns mado in tho Silverton cem
etery. J. sr. Van Arnani, of Silverton Hills,
enjoyed a visit from his brothor, John
Van Amnni who is editor of the Leon
ard Journal, published at Leonard,
Xorth Dakota, the past week.
Earl Jiartmnn is spending a few
days In town this week.
Isabella Burgeron with her sister,
Eva, wont over to H.nlem Saturday, for
a week end visit with friends. They
returned Sunday evening.
The John ('null family enjoyed a vis
It. from their daughter, Mrs. Harry
Wormilahl from Saturday until Tues
day of this week.
A taffy pull at the home of Nora
Iluoll was enjoyed by a bunch of her
friends last Fri.lny night, (lames wore
played and a general good time is re
ported. Mrs. T. F.. Preston was shopping In
Portland last Tuesday, getting new
goods for the Christinas trade at the
About forty members of tho Masonic
order met at their hall last Saturday
evening for one of their pleasant smok
ers, a very enjoyable time was passed.
L. Hartley who has been working at
the cement industry here since the first
of the year, has moved his family back
Mrs. l'f M. Wray was hostess at an
informal gathering at her henio last
Tuesday afternoon, the occasion was a
little sewing party ami a mot enjoy
ahle social afternoon was spent.
Mr. and Mrs. John Scott came from
Oregon City last Saturday for a visit
at the homes of Mrs. Scott's brothers,
Charles and Harvey Hartman. They
returned home Monday.
Miss Iza Geor and 0. M. Oeer, ot
Union Hiu, were guests at the Ira
Geer home the first of this week.
Miss Frances Bronkey, of Mt. Angel,
spent last Sunday at tho home of her
hex, Alee. Bronkey of this city.
Robert Mount was a passenger for
Oregon City on Tuesday of this week.
Mr. and Mis. P. M. Marcoe arrived
from Lake Park, Iowa, last Sunday.
They were accompanied by their daugh
ter Mrs. Theresa Junk, and litto girls.
Mr. and Mrs. Marcoe are the parents
of Dave and Sam Marcoe east of this
O. J. Seim, who has been quite sick
for some time past is aguin attending
to bis duties at the People's bank.
Mis. Millie Noblo was a guest at the
Dr. Blaskerby home this week. Mrs.
.oulc is making arrangements for the
building of a cement sidewalk in front
oi their property "on McClain street.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Boyington
moved their household goods to Salem
Thursday, where they will make their
home. Thev have made many friends
in the timo they have lived here who
will be sorry to havo them go.
Mr. and Ms. John Wilsoy and little
son, were over to Salem Thursday, re
turning homo Fridav morning.
- Tout money back if you want it Is
the way in which Daniol J. Fry, the
popular druggist, is soiling Mi-o-na, tho
great dyspepsia .remedy.
This is an unusual plan, but Mi-o-na
has so much merit and is so almost in
variably successful in relieving all
rm. n, n,ni,:n thn ha ,. h,,t
!,.., -X j. ns .i.
little risk in selling under a guarantee
of this kind.
Do not be miserable or make your
friends miserable with your dyspopsiaj
Mi-o-na will help you. If it doesn't,
tell Daniel J. Fry that you want your
money back and he will cheerfully re
A change for the better will be seen
from the first few doses of Mi-o-na and
its continued use will soon start you
on tho road to perfect digestion and
enjoyment of food.
Mi-o-na has been so uniformly suc
cessful that every bojc is sold under a
positive guarantee to refund the money
if it doos not relieve. What fairer
proposition could be mado.
Dnniel J. Fry gives his personal
guarantee of "money back if you wanti
it" with every box of Mi-o-na that he
A guarantee like this
Vn IlinAa fnr 'inn tnorif nf 4in vnmn.lv
BAZAAB WAS SUCCESSFUL.
(Capital Journal Special Service.) '
Kaiser Bottom, Dee.' 14. The bazaar
and farm supper held here this evening
netted $2(1 to enrich the Ladies Aid so
ciety of Kaiser.
The house was crowded from 0:30 to
11 o 'clock. Tho supper was most de
licious. From this source was realized
$10. The silken quilt and the small
aticles of needlecraft brought the sum
up to $20, all of which! will go to beli
ef it the church here.
Tho gathering was an unqualified
THE MARKETS I
H n 'p n t 9C 9t SJ( JjC (
Tho egg market is rather mixed
Several of the dealers are paying the
price of last week, but with the ma
jority, 35 cents seems to bo the cash
price lor case count, with 37 cents in
trado. Those who aro paying the high
er price believe the market will weak
en before the end of tho week, placing
the egg market on a 35 cent cash basis.
Veal is stronger today and butchers
aro paying 0 cents. Oranges aro cheap
er, with Valentins entirely out of the
Hay, timothy, per ton $14.00
Onts, vetch $10.00
Rolled barley $32.00
Cracked corn $41.50
Shorts, per ton $27.00
Creamery butter, per pound
Eggs and Poultry.
Kggs, candled, No. 1, cash 37c,
aule bears the (Ml DY
4 SKtn of Easily is a jey t-crcvt
DR. T. FELIX CODRAUITS ORIENTAl
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUT1FICI'
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itOtfdl IVtV IB tb llfiifaHl ttUlM, UalMd 41 CUT Of,
KiaT.HCmilJ.fiu. 27 Gtl km th tote,
tJ!3 ft -IT IJ-y
Eggs, case count, cash 35c
Eggs, trade 37c ,
Eggs, storage 28c
Hens, pound 10llcj
Boosters, old, per pound 7c
ChImm alainlnna 1011
tpwuj vuiuacua, vuuu av-.
Turkeys, live 15(altc
Turkeys, dressed 1819e
Fork, Veal and Mutton.
Veal, dressed '. .9c
Pork, dressed 7 l-2c
Pork, on foot 6 l-4o
Spring lambs , 6 l-2c
Steer 0(ao i-xc
Ewes . . .
Tomatoes, California . . . .
Potatoes, cwt. j..
California head lettuce, case $2.793.00
Green beans 12 l-2c
Oranges, Navels $3.00(ff.1.25
Japanese oranges $1.50
Lemons, per box $4.254.75
Bananas, pound 5 l-4o
California grape fruit .... $5.006.00
Dates, dromodary, ease $3.35
Fard dates $1.60
Grapes,. barrels $5.00
Pineapples 7 l-2c
Be tail Prices.
Egg9 VBT dozen, fresh ranch . ,4045o
Eggs, storage 80c
Sugar, cane $7.15
Sugnr, D. G $6.95
Creamery, butter 40c
Flour, hard wheat 1.502.40
Flour, valloy $1.201.50
. PORTLAND MARKET
Portland, - Ore., Dec. 14. Wheat:
, Bluestem. (i(99c.
Oats: No. 1 -whito feed, $24.00
Barley: Feed, 2fi.00fT 28.00.
. Hogsr BoBt live. $5.n0(ff0.00.
l'rime steers, fl.!)0(ff7.25.
Fnncy cows, .5.i0(Vi 5.(50.
Rpring lambs, $7.50.
Butter: City creamery, 32c.
Eggs: Selected local ex., 43c.
rR fY T. HnOTT nrndiinln Of Chirn
practic's Fountain Head, Davenport,
Iowa. If you have tried everything
and have got no relief, try Chiroprac
tic soinal adiustments and got well.
Office 400-7-8 U. S. National Bank
Building. Phone Main 87. Residence
: Main 828-R,
CONSULT DR. MAY, experienced nnd
successful Chiropractor, or acute and
chronic disordors. Has practiced six
Tears in Oregon. Free consultation.
Hours. 9 to 12, 1 to 0. 305-6-7 Hub
bard Bldg. Lady attendant. Phono,
office 572; residence, 982-K.
T)R n A nT.HfVW. DENTIST
Administers Nitrous Oxid and Oxygon
Rnnm Oil Phone 440.
Masonic Temple. . Salem, Oro.
HOUSEWORK WANTED By young
Indv. 1035 Leo street. Decl4
MAN AND WIFE With no children,
wish nosition on farm. Address 0-5,
care Journal. unci.)
k. O. U. W Protection Lodge No. 2.
Moots every Monday evening at 8
In tho McCoruack hall, corner Court
and Liborty Btreets. A. E. Aufranco,
M. W.; S. A. McFaddon, rccordor;
A. L. Brown, F.
0ENTRAL LODGE No. 18, K. of P.
McCornack building. Tuesday even
ing of each week at 7:30. F. V.
Schrara, C. C.t W. B. Gilsou, K. of E.
4ALEM LODGE No. 4, A. F. & A. M.
Stated communications first Friday
In each month at 7:30 p. m. in the
Masonic Tom pic. J. 0. Welch, W. M.;
8. Z. Culvor, secretary.
PACIFIC LODGE No. 50, A. V. & A. M.
Stated communications third Friday
In each month at 7:30 p. m. in the
MaBonio Temple. Glenn C. Niles, W.
M.J Ernest II. Choato, secretary.
B. N. of A. "Oregon Grnpo Camp,"
No. 1300, moots every Thursday oven
lmr in McCornack bulliline, Court nnd
Liberty stroetsj elovator. Miss Syl-
. via Shauni), 1701 Market, oracle;
Hazel Price, Imperial Furniture Co.,
HODHON COUNCIL, No. 1, R. 4 S. M.
Stated assembly first Monday in
each month, Masonic Temple James
Plant, Thrice Illustrious Maitor; Glun
U.N lies, recorder.
DEMOLAY COMMANDEHY, No. 5,
K. T. Regular conclave fourth Fri
day in each month at 8 o'clock p. m.,
in Masonic Temple. Sojourning Mir
Knights aro courteously invited to
moot with us. Geo. II. Burnett, E. C-,
Frank A. Tumor, recorder.
OHADWICK CHAPTER, No. 37, O. E.
H. Beiriilur nieetins evory first and
third Tuoiday ot 8 p. m. in the Ma-
onio Tomplo. liaetn Head, vv,
M. Ida M. Babcock, secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD Meet
very Friday night at 3 o'clock In
Don't Scratch Use Zensal
This remedy Zensal la made to reach, your particular
ease. If yon have an Eczema that Is dry and scaly, use
Dry Zensal. If you have weeping (kin or any watery
eruption, buy Moist Zensal and get the relief you have
been leeking. 60c the jar at Poole's.
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
A Quick, handy reference for busy people
Salem Electrio Co., Masonic Temple, 127 North High Main 1800
Salem Steam Laundry, 130 Sonth Liberty Maia M
PLUMBING, STEAM PITTINO AND TINNINO
T. M. Burr, 1G1 South Commercial Street Main 191
Bigdon-BichardBon Co., 254 North High street Day and night, Main 111
TRANSFER AND DBATAQ
Salem Truck & Dray Co., eorner State and Front itreeti Main 74
Beaver State Printers, Patton Block 1011
LODGE DIRECTORY Continued.
McCornack block. Oscar Donaldson,
0. C.j L. S. Geer, clerk. 507 Court
street. Phone 593.
MULTNOMAH ROYAL AltCH CHAP-
TEE, No. 1, R. A. M. Regular meet
ing second Friday in each month at
8 p. m. in the Masonic Temple. Al
fred P. Marcus, Ex. High Priest; Bus
sell M. Brooks, secretary.
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem
bly, No. 84, meets every Wednesday,
at 8 p. m. in Moobo hall. Mrs. F. W.
Cook, M. A. ; C, Z. Randall, secretary,
Balem Bank of Commerce.
SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY D. D.
Koelor, president; Mrs. Lou Tillson,
saoretary. All cases of cruelty or
neglect of dumb animals should be
reported to the secretary for investi
gation. MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp, No. 5240,
meets every Thursday ening at 8
o'clock In McCornack hall corner
Conrt and Liborty streets. Elovator
service. W. W. Hill, V. C; Rex. A.
GOOD USED FURNITURE Bought,
also taken in exchange for new. Full
line of now furniture, ranges, heat
ers, and other house furnishings.
Peetz Furniture Co., 233 North Com
DHIHD LOOANUEHKIES In pound
cartoons packed for mailing, 20 cents
each. An excellent Christmas prosont
for eastern friends. Stoddard & Dun
lnp, 2233 Fairgrounds road. Phono
803.T, evenings. Doc 14
DRS. B. H. WHITE and R. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians and
nervo specialists. Graduates of Amer
ican School of Osteopathy, Kirksvillo,
Mo.. I'OBt graduato and spnoinliz.ed in
norve diseases at Los Angeles college.
Treat acute and chronic diseases.
Consultation froo. Lady attendant.
Office 505-500 U. 8. National Ban'
Building. Phone 859. Residence 346
North Capital street. Phone 309.
SALEM 8CAVENQER Charles Boos.
propriotor. Uarbago and rotuse or an
kinds removed on monthly contracts
at reasonable tatoB. Yards and cess
pools cleaned. Offico phono Main
2247. Residence Main 2272.
LEHMAN & CLOUGII C. B. Webb, A
M. Cloiiizh morticians and funeral di'
' rectors. Latest modern mothods
known to the profession employed
445 Court stroot. Main 120; Main 988,
RIGDON-RICHARDHON CO. Funer
al directors and undnrtakers, 252
North nigh streot. Day and night
SALEM WATER COMPANY Offico
corner Commercial and Trade streets.
For water service apply at office
Bills payable monthly in advance.
SMALL general stock of merchandise
for sain. Inou re 1190 ortn cap
Itol street. if
SPLIT BODY OAK Curb oak, ash,
second growth fir, old fir. J. H.
Eaton. Phone 1954. t
FOI4 SAIiN Cheap if taken soon, six
lots, four room houso and good barn
on a main thoroughfurn. Will soli or
trado. Square Deal Realty Co., 304
U. H. Hank llldg.
FOR HALE Antloue bine wnlnut bed
mn,l (ItiM- black wal
I.. ... ! ... rinnil n.m, n tn tilnek
walnut ease. 33 North Commercial
FOR RENT Clean modern 0 room
home, furnished. 111. Phone 1150J.
Call 49.1 H. 17tii. VvclS
NOTICE OF VACATION.
In the County Court of the State f
Oregon for the County Court of
In the matter of the Application of
Reid Back for the vacation of
Frank's Fruit Tracts.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned, Seid Back, the owner of all
the real property hereinafter described,
has filed a petition with the County
Clork of Marion County, Btate of Ore
gon, to the County Court of the StBta
of Oregon for said county to vacate all
of the sub-division or addition and all
the lots, bloekB and tracts theroof, the
same being lots or tracts numbered
from ono to twelve inclusive In that
certnln 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 ot
pints of record in the office of the re
corder of said Marlon County, and all
the roads, Btreote, avenues nnd alleys
of such sub-division or addition.
Thnt said notition is now on file and
pending and all persons opposing said
vacation are hereby notified and re
quired to present their objections to
such potition to the said County Court
on or before Friday the 7th day of
January, 1916, at tho hour of 9 o'clock
Datod at Salem, Oregon, this 23rd
day of November, 1915.
3 SEID BACK,
Dec. SI Petitioner.
DR. D. B. GRIFFIN Drug and drink
euro. 1425 Fir streot, near Meyers
street. Phone 1037J. ,
MONEY TO LOAN
ON Good Real Estate Security.
THOS. K. FORD
Over Ladd le BuBh Bank, Salem, Oregon
MONEY TO LOAN V
ON GOOD REAL ESTATE fJEOURITY
HOMER H. SMITH .
McCORNAOK BUILDING .
L. M. HUM I
Care of I
YICK SO TONG I
Chinese Medicine and
Has medicine which
will cure any known
153 South High Street,
Salem, Ore. Phone 283.
REPAIRING AND COIL WORK A
SHOP FOOT OF UNION STREET
A. L. Godfrey
Phnna 1817-J Day or Night
SALEM FENCE and
B. B. FLEMINO, Prop.
Depot American Fence
dates, Plain and Barbed Wlrfc f
af-tlla mil VftmlvW
a. UUb V'MI ml piun
Roofing, Post, Hop Hooka.
40 Years Making Stoves
Stove rebuilt and rapatrod,
Btovea bought and lold.
950 Court Street Phone 124 I
Back of Chicago 8 tor.