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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. MONDAY, JAN. 24, 1916.
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crackers that please the most jaded
appetite. Order from any dealer
PACIFIC COAST BISCUIT COMPANY, Portland, Oregon
Moire chocolates do cost
us both a little more.
MODERN CONFECTIONERY CO.
ii ..a mmrm Oregon
Why Not Use
Columbia QUALITY Carbons?
Made In Oregon
100 Copies Guaranteed from
Columbia Carbon Parser Mfg. Co.
83rd & Broadwuy, Portland, Ore.
Wlien In SALEM, OREGON, stop at
Free and Private Baths
RATES: 7Gc, $1.00, $1.50 PER DAY
The only hotel in the business district.
Nearest to nil Depots, Theatres and
A Home Away From Home.
T. Q. BLIGH, Prop.
" Both Phones. Free Auto Bus.
LATE HOP NOTES
Among the recent sales of hops are
the following: The Benson lot of 92
bales lit Silverton to the Seavy Hop
company nt !c; the C. E. Miller lot of
IS bales nt Needy to T. A. I.ivesley &
Co. at 11 l-4e; 42 bales of the Ernest
Piper lot nt lie to Felix Isaacson fur
the Wolf Hop company. The two latter
lots were some of the best hops left,
iu this section.
Yesterday saw renewed activity in
hops, mostly in Cnlifornin, Yakima and
western Washington. The Wolf Hop
company, however, bought the Slopor
& Pntton crop of 24" bales nt Indepen
dence nt 1 1c, while Cont'nd Krebs sold
329 bnles to Senvey at 9 l-2c. About
7(1(1 bales changed hands iu western
Two snles of hops were made here
this week at He. the Oeo. Yergen lot
of 20(1 bales to A. ,T. Hay & Hon. nn.l
the Otto Knorr lot of 09 bales to the
mime firm nt the some figure. These
will be shipped from Wallace Station
direct to eastern firms.
The Prowers' Journal gives the un
nold hops in first hands in California "an
11,750 bales of Sonorous, 0,300 Menilor
inns and .12.000 Sncrnmentos, a total of
4P.250 bnles. Aurora Observer.
THE FLOOR COLLAPSED
Detroit. Mich.. Jan. 22. While more
., .niirtTnf .inrunna nnrn ill work I
toiinv, the floor of the stock depart-,
ment of the Hudson Motor company col
Inpsed, hurling tons of material through
to the first floor.
Alarming reports that scores had been
hilled nnd injured, were telephoned to
the police. A riot enll was sounded,
and every ambulance in the city rushed
to the pinnt. but it was found that no
. cno was killed or seriously injured.
The accident was due to overloading,
and the dnmngp is placed at $4.000.
BETTER THAN CALOMEL
Edwards' Olive Tablets are
a Harmless Substitute
tir. F.dwnruV Olive Tablets the substi
tute tor calomel are a mild but re loxa
tUe, mid llielr eff t on Hie liver Is aliuost
Instnnianeous. They are tlm resull ul lr,
lldwnr.ls' lictormluallon not to treat liver
nn.l bowel complMliitH with calomel. H i
rrorts to bnnlsli It hrouiiht out tlu-so Ullle
These pleasant Utile tablets do the (find
that mloiiiel does, but have no bad utter
rn'ects. Tlu-y don't Injure the teeth llae
KtnmK liquids or calomel. TlicV Hike bold
of the trouble nnd quickly correct It. n?
i-ure the liver nt tlie fxiwiise or tlio teel i7
Calomel unmet Inics plnvs Imvoc Willi tno
Hums. Bo do Hionn Ihiulds. '
It Is bet not to take calomel, but to let
Ir. Kdwnrds' Olive Talilcts take its place.
Most headaches, "dullness" nn.l Hint
lay fcollnn rome from cinsilontlon and n
illmnlered liver. Take Dr. KdwnnK Olive
'lalilets when you feel "loinfy" and
"lienvv." Note bow they 'Vlcm" rloii.lol
lirnln'aml boiv they "perk up" lh si'bll".
t 10c mt ST..' per box. All driiKitl'ts.
The Olive Tablet Company, Columbus, O.
I . ;"rtiir,.ii
flake Sodas are
toe Becker and daughter, Miss
Frances, arc wrestling with the crip
lumes Seism ami l.la May- Honney,
both of North Howell, secured n innr
riage license in Salem Wednesday. "
Dr. II. O. Hickman reports the birth
of a Kirl Sumlnv morning, January HI,
1111(1 to Mr. ami Mrs. Alex Manning.
I Dr. Hickman reports the birth of a
Igirl Tuesday night to Mr. and Mrs. 11.
jE. Jenson who live on the Nick Krebs
j Mrs. Leiov Armstrong is so much im-
pruveu in neuiui nun sue n.is ut-cu iiuiu
j!L I to be tip from her bed awhile for two
I I Jiss Louise Xya who h is been help
i ing at the Nick lloetjen hump, for sey-
eiul weeks returned to her home in
The members of the families of Hen
ry Seguin and Win. Leith, who have
had such a tussle with la grippe and
pneumonia are convalescing.
Miss Merle Diniiek informs friends
in (iervais that she has been employed
to teach in her home school (Hubbard)
for the remainder of the school year.
1). Sliirvin, of Mt. Angel, formerly
principal of the flervnis schools, who
invented a seed cleaner, is reported to
have gone east to further the interest
of li is invention.
Lawyer F. E. Manning, of Portland,
came from Portland Wednesday even
ing to see his mother Mrs. Dennis Man
must who is seriously ill at the home
I nf I..-. .1 ....rl.t..- Aft-.! fUtn U.,l,TV,.ll
I At. n inttiii nf flio Mntitnl Tfnnip
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Telephone company new nt tne uome
of A. Lengron Tuesday evening the fol
lowing otlicers were cnoscn for rue en
suing year: President, Scott. Jones;
secretary, Arthur Schwab; treasurer.
K. . Manning.
The many friends of Mrs. flnbe Van
derbeck, who has been critically ill for
innnv weeks will be glad to know tlut
she is greatly improved in health nnd
if her condition continues to improve
as it has in the pnsttwo weeks, the
cnnnccji tor a complete recovery are
very encouraging. Mar.
Dr. Brewer reports the arrival of a
bahy girl at the Hoy Nemlel home Sat
urday. 0. C. Eisenhnrt, who hns been con
fined" to his bed for the past three
weeks, is still quite poorly.
Jesse Shepherd nnd Forrest Mack
hnve both been having a siege of the
grip. Flovd Crabtree has had charge
of the barber shop during their ill-
Jas. Thomas nnd wife were in from
the Waldo mils nuiumy. airs. ... r..
Sloper is still tit the Thomas home tak-j
iug care of their infant child who is
H. C. VouBehren, wife nnd daugh
ter of Aumsville, werp callers yester
day. Thev report that R. L. Putnam
and baby who have been 111 following result :.Pust Guardian Neigh-
VouBehren home for the past f0rjl,0r, Ella Soules; advisor. Mrirv J
weeks, ore now much improved. Hayes; magician,- Aiinn Schemer : rlerk,
Among those eonrined to their homes Ina Hpliric1ts;. banker. Nora Brovles:
on account of the grippe are: a rs. -!
ii pn;o rtettie Stnvtoii. Mrs. W.i
j." Hewitt, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Miller,,
A. S. Pancoust, J. W. Mayo. F. F, Fos-'
tor and John nnd Frank Kerber
Mrs. A. Ruef, who Hvps east of town,
is home from n visit at Mt, Angei. i ne
Ruef family formerly lived near Mt..
Angel, but are now residents of this
section, having purchased the F. Her-
ling place. , , ernoon. Mr. Beamen received mnnv post
Roy xNendel. who was iiuured recent, pnnl3 from his fl..pm,s fn hu fn'mn
ly by being hoisted into the air with unom(, fown in tip pnsf Thp
bay fork under his kw P- nirted wishing him many more happy
able to be out on crutches. Owing to .. ,. , f J
the fact that Dr. Benuchninii liml to
take several stitches before the wound
could be closed, the laceration is very
The Brown-Petzel remjinny had their
annual meeting on the 15th and the fol
lowing directors were elected: Geo. L.
Brown, Clins. E. Brown, A. F. Petzel,
Wm. Petzel nnd John Thomn. The board
of directors elected the following of-
President, O. L. Brown; vice
president, Win. Jots'.cl; secretnry-treas-
urer, John mourns.
R. L. Flint, who tras injured last
Tuesday morning by having a long gash
iv morning uy Having a wua uifn
his head bv a flving hook from a ,,. " l" ""; " " "
Mile ii mttitiB along nicely.!"!"1 ,",s ,V ""piwy in "The Ty-
pin er, is Rinim, nio iiiii . . ,,i,()(,n Wl1 he fnr lUt fllp T,erfor,n.
stump ptiner, is gcning miouk '
Although Dr. Beiiuchainp was obliged
to put nine stitches Into the laceration,
the wound is henling up nicely, nnd it is
thought will Ienve littlp if any scar,
n,r . , , .
F. M. Korinek, who suffered a ""''''!
nf jarnlysis about two months ago, was
taken to the hospital In Pnlrm. -i ties
day morning. He wns nccompnnicil by
his wife nnd hiti son. Dr. C. J. Korinek.
Owing to the fact that his condition is
such that the services nf a trained nurse
are required, it wns thought that this
was the course of pursue. Joe Hammnn
look them to Salem in his ntlto ntnge.
--Stand aril. ;
'MRS. ELSIE M. OASTO'DIES
Mrs. Elsie M. Cnstn, n brido of eight
weeks, wife nf C. Cnsto. died at her
home in the Elliott Prairie neighbor
hood at 11 o'clock Thursday evening,
.lanunry 13. She suffered from Bright 's
disease a little more thnn two weeks
before being polled beyond. The young
people were w idely known in their com
munity east of Hubbard where they
mndc their home, ns wns evidenced in
the numbers who braved tho cold of
Sunday nfternoon to nttend the funeral
service held in the city knll nt 3 o'clock.
This service was conducted by Bishop
A. r. Trover of the Mennonite church,
R. W. Onble of Hubbnr.l conducted the
fniipriil. Interment In the Hubbc
.cemetery. Mrs. Cnsto-wns 24 years of
age. Hubbard Enterprise
Try Capital Journal Want Ads.
r W0ODBURN NEWS ; t
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
AVoodburn, Ore.. Jan. 22. Chas, Ran
dall, of Sulem, spent Saturday and Suu
day in Woodburn with friends.
Dr. Shorey was in Oervais Saturday
Willis Cooley, of Portland,, visited
Woodhnrn-Sunday. . ' "
Miss Mabel Feathers, of Salem, is vis
iting Miss." Berdie S'ch'ram, of Wood
burn; . ' '
Charlie Blnclia. of Walla Wnlla, was
visiting friends here the first of tha
Miss May Nehl entertained n few of
her.llttle friends at her home Saturday
afternoon. The time was pleasantly
spent in playing games, after which
luncheon was served by Miss Ida Nehl.
Thoso present were Edna Miller, .Flor
ence Nehl, Margaret Beck. Catherine
Swindermnn, Frances Hopfinger and
The leap, year dance given by the
high school students Saturday night
was well patronized and all had a good
time. The program was made op -of
ladies choice and the boys had the
pleasure of taking the girls places and
either, danced or acted as wal! flowers.
C. C. and James Goodule wero in
Portland Mopdny, where they went to
purchase a line of dry goods for their:
new store thev expect to open shortly in
connection with their grocery store.
Mrs. A. E. Fellers, who underwent on
operation at a Portland hospital a
short time ago. is improving rapidly and
will soon be able to be tagen home.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Win. Mishler,
Sundny. January 1(1, 191(1, a baby girl.
Geo. Becker went fo Portland .Tues
day where he attended the harness
The Woodmen of the World elected
their officers for'the coming yenr. The
officers elected nrp as follows: C. Corn.,
W. S. Wllkins; adv. lieut.. F. H. Miller;
escort, W. L. Jurninn: banker. C. T
Ople; clerk. C. W. Gillette; watchman,
T. P. Smiles. -
H. I,. Moore transacted business in
me uorens societv or tne r.mmnnuei Values wero greatly affected by wouth
T.nthernn church met at the homo of Pr conditions and 'wero forced, higher.
Mrs. A. Johnson Wednesday afternoon while front street probably" was' better
and a verv delightful time was spent in
sewine after which lunch was served
by the hostess.
H. V. Austin nnd Frank Aims were
Portland visitors Friday.
S. E. Bruno nnd son have iust re
ceived a car load of Fords. They ex
nevt a big business in the automobile
line this year. . .
Miss Frnncps Weaver, of Hubbard
was the week-end guest of her cousin,
Miss Lois Beebe.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Rettlemier wecr
week-end visitors at Portland.
E. H. Cowles. who has mining inter
ests in Montana, is visiting his wife
and children of this city. Mr. Cowles
expects to remain here several weeks
Frank Wright spent Monday and
Tuesday in Portland. .
The Five Hundred, club met "at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Emmett
Friday evening and a very enjoyable
time was spent in nlnving five hun
dred. The high scores were won by
airs. u. u. uoo.laie and Mr. F. W. Set-
tlemier. Mrs. Walter Johnson received
i the consolation. Refreshments wero
Bprvcfl b t,lp ht nm, ,10stesfl
RpV- na Mr. j Cr H(..sior nrc tho
proa rar(1ts of fincwn i)abie n bn
nnu gin norn Miminy, .lanunry Hi.
A. E. Fellers of Donald, was in Wood
The Women of Woodcraft held an
election of officers recently with the
attendant. Elpnnor Wright; captain of J "lu" C',"J
, -n ,r ". 'shown. Along Front street there
, BPJ. t ii a Htint ph re vs. T
0rftnflfntlle. jj Bra'mPn snPnt -
, birthdnv when a number of his
f,.ip Mm , to lp, 0"nte
Sfit anilWeTmrrZ jSJh r"X ?
A. G. Lnmby formerly elprk nf the
Pxiris hotel nf this city, hns been sen
tenced to serve a term of from one to
five yenrs for forgery. The checks
were forged on Albnny merchants nnd
he wns sentenced from T.inli county.
Harry nnd Pay Bunting spent Tues
dnv at Prntnm. Ore.
Miss Ma Nehl left Friday for Port-,
nil -linro ttl.n n-.H .rial, n.ill.
lnnd. where sho ,w
for a few dnvs.
ti,. ...... i ..n.. n-i.:....! i.
nticp in this citv, nt the Grand theatre
on Friday, January 28. This play has
marked new records for big business
vit ii, wis neen uisciuseu, nno ni r.
Whiteside will bring his magnificent
wherever it hns been disclnsed, nnd Mr,
production to this citv, giving this
strange and compellln play exactly as
it was presented during its long run in
New York nt the Fulton mid Hudson
The "Comeback" mmi was really
never down-and-out. His weakened
condition beennse of ever-work, lack
of exercise, improper eating and living,
demands stimulation to satisfy tho cry
for a health-giving appetite and the
refreshing sleep essential to strength.
GOLD MKDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules,
the National Remedy of Holland, will
do tho work. . Thev are wonderful!
Three of these cbsu1cs each dnv will
put a mail on his teet before he knows
it; whether his trouble comes from uric
acid poisoning, the kidneys, gravel or
stone in the bladder, stomach derange
ment or other ailments that befall t.ie
over-zealous American. Don't wait un
til you are entirely down-and-out, but
take them today. Your druggist will
gladly refund your money if they do
not help you. 2'ie, aOc and $1.01) per
box. Accept no substitutes. Look for
the name GOLD MEDAL on every box
They are the pure, original, Imported
llunrleni Oil ( iipsuk's,
Excess of Hydrochloric AciJ
Sours ' the Food and
. v -Forms Gases " ' .
I'hdlitesfca food delayed in the' stom
ach decays, or rather, ferment- tie
samo as food left in the open sir", -says
a noted-' authority. He also'-tells -tP
that indigestion is caused IJv Hyper
acidity, meBninj, there is an Vxoess of
iiydro-chlorio acid is the stomach which
prevents complete digestion and starts
food fermentation. Thus everything
eaten sours in the stomach much like
garbage sours in a can, forming-, acrid
fluids nnd gases which inflate the
stomach like a toy baloon. Thsu we
feel a heavy, lumpy misery in the
chest, we belch up gas, we eructate
sour food or have heart-burn, flatu
lence, water-bra's;! or nausea. '
He tells us to lay aside all digestive
aids and instead, get from any phar
macy four ounces of .lad Suits and tuke
a tablespoonful iu a glass of water be
fore breakfast and drink while it is
effervoscing and furthermore; to .con
tinue this for a week. ' tie relief
follows the first dose, . jportant
to neutralize the acidity, remove the
gas-making mass, start the liver, stimu
late the kidneys and thus promote a
free flow of pure digestive juices.
Jads Salts is inexpensive and is, rnade
from the. acid of grapes and lemon
juice, eombined with bthia and sodium
phosphate. .This harmless salts fs nsed
by thousands of people for atOmnch
trouble with excellent results. ' ' .
Potato Market Now y -;
Firmer and Higher
Portland; Ore., Jan. 24. Therojw'as ii
firmer tone generally for potatoes- in
the local market durinc the last -Week.
prepared for the col. I snap by its former
liberal purchases ot potatoes, the ab
sence of receipts for such an extended
period brought siiplies down at .thc.clos
ing of the stormy period to a very limit
ed basis, Tho future of the tradn looks
' Onion' Market Is Strong.
For onions a verv strong tone ruled
not only in the local market for 4ho
week but in practically every tenter
of the united States. The cntfro conn-
try was calling for Oregon, supplies
during tho week, but there was prac
tically no country movement because
of iidvprsn weather conditions. Grow
ers wero freely offered $2 a cental at
DaliTT Products Are Strong.
In the dairy products division of
the local market, trade conditions
during the week wero generally steady
There wan a good tone in the butter
market with values generally main
tained at all pacific northwest
Cheese market continues firm hero
with prices still ninterially below tho
eastern price, not counting freight
Egg market showed littlo change
during the week, prices in general rul
ing around 35c for candled ranch. -
Chickens were weaker during the
week. While receipts 'showed only a
fair increase, tho demand was much
more limited. Fractional price. changes
wore noted. :'
. Apple Market Is Steady..
Trade in the npphrmarkot continues
steady although little activity is
Reneral ly stationary.
0,,t "f th? J,"Mt "er"!" are(1f.rom
Wenntcheo and Yaknnn sections
. 7 V i
W1 ,,nB Ft 1 18"' "ecepted lower.
pr.ee than Hood River was willing to
do business i t
1 Considering the recent dullness,'
trnde in tho hop market was fair dur
ing, tho six days.' Eleven cents wns,
puld in several instances for selected
qpality. Practioallv all tho business
reported wns on old scnlo to browers,
in fact tho beer makers are showing
no disposition to nocept deliveries when !
they are (toe.
Hogs Are Higher.'
Sharply higher prices wero the por
tion of the swino trade at North Port-
1..,1 C..n l.n ,ia WLn At.Cm' m rt v.
M , posiliol,' 1h ,,; improvP,, nm1
. .. . . .
while .the smaller receipts during the
six .days wero the. primary cause of
the higher figures, still the general
demand was hotter.
U.,m vlr.. ,m.,.l Bt,.t9 a,1.1 .I..!...,
he week at $7.40 nt North Port nnd
t tlie ,(.rnl mket di(1 m,t
k7" . . h
Higher luiees were generally forced'
for hogs at nil American centers dm-;
iug the week. The closing of -the
week's trnde hore Indicates a very
strong opening tor Monday morning,
Somo are forecasting a further sharp'
rise in quotations.
(tenernl hog market range:
Choice light weights $ 7.25
Good light weights 7.10(7(7.1."
Medium weights ,, 0.75fii'7.0O
Hough and heavy .. ...... fl.OOffi; 0.50
STOVE EXPLOSION '
Frozen water pijies caused tin PXilo
sion in the kitchen range at the home,
of A. VI. Keller Sundny. Tho explosion
wrecked the stove and In fact the whole
room. Mrs. Hanson, the housekeeper,
was injured by flying fragments of the
stove. Harlan Feller hnd just left the
range, after trying to find out what wns
causing "the noise inside it." The force
of the explosion knocked him through
the open door, but without injury. Mr.
Feller was absent in Portland nt the
time, his wife being still in the hospital
there, following a receut operation for
Those who saw tho wrecked kitchen
marvel that one eould be there during
the explosion and still be in the land o
the living. Aurora Observer.
Vnnlt tlnit nmnll mnn tidvn to find
with big men Is that, they take too mahy
things for granted, -
t THE MARKETS I
The general grain condition is 'un
changed, anil wheat is still quoted at 90
cents and outs 'at M conta. '
Cold weather has stiffened the price
of eggs that threatens to drop, with the
approach-of warm weather. The gen
eral price in town is ".() cents cash with
two cents extra for strictly firsts, or in
Cabbage appears to have arrived at
an established price of 'wo cents
a pound, wholesale. -
Hay, timothy, por ton .- $14.00
Oats, vetch ; $12.00(512.50
Cheat i..:.. U.OO
Clover hay $10.00 12.00
Onts '. ;.40c
Boiled barleV $32.50:
Ii ko '
Cracked corn $41.50
Bran .........' ; $2(i.00
Shorts, per ton . : $28.00
Butterfat ......... ' 32c
Creamery butterr,pcr pound S4c
Country Butter 5c
Eggs and Poultry.
Etrcs. candled. No. 1. cash 32c.
Eggs, case count, cash 30c
Eggs, trade '....
Hens, pound :19tc
Roosters, old, per pound . . . , t 7(Ji. 7- l-2c
Spring chickens, pound"...,.. 12 l-5?c
' Pork, Veal and Mutton. '
Veal, dressed He
Pork, dressed ..... ........... . 8 l-2c
Pork, on foot 6 I;4(56 l-2c
Spring lambs ' 7c
Steers ..5 l-26c
Bulls 3 l-2c
Tomatoes, California $1.752.O0
Strins carlic lac
Potatoes, cwt $1-75
Brussels sprouts 10e
Sweet potatoes $3.00
Turnips i $1-00
Celery, crate' $5.50
California head lettuco, case .... $2.50
Apples, Hood River $1.':d(ii;1.io
Oranges, Navels $2.253.25
Tangerines oranges ............ $175
Lemons, per boi $4.254.75
Bananas, pound B l-4c
California grape fruit .... $5.00(3 .'fl.Of
Dates, dromedary, case $3.35
Fard date $1-00
Grnnes. barrels i ..$4.00
Pineapples ' l-ic
Eggs, per dozen, fresh ranch
Sugar, enno ;
Sugar, D. O
Klour, hard wheat l.u
Flour, valley $1.30H1.00
Portland, Ore, Jan. 24. Wheat:
Bluestem, $1.13 -2f?,'l.lfi.
Fortvfold, $1.0H(fi 1.12.
Russian red, $l.n4(f'1.07.
Onts: No. 1 white feed, $27.5(l( 28..
Barley: Feed, $20.25(7130.50.
Hogs: Best, live, $7.25(7'7.50.
Prime steers, $7.0(17.50.
Fancy cows, $(i.00((i.(i.25.
Spring lambs, $8.O0(TR.25.
Button City creamery, ;4c.
Eggs: .Selected local ex., 3!(7i35e.
Hens, 14 (ii. ) .lei
Broilers, 1 Qi 15c.
Geese, lOffi l ie.
Lending druggists everywhere are
establishing ne'w records iu tno sale of
medicine. Believing that no medicino
ought to be paid for unless it does the
user some good they hnve adopted the
plan of selling Solvax, the standard
Kidney remedy, under a positivo guar
antee of quick relief from all kidney or
bladder misery, or money uncK witnoui
a question. This speuks eloquently for
tho virtues of tho remedy anil already
has created a wide-spread demand for
it here iu Salem. Hundreds of poojilu
in every walk of- life. 1'iivo been re
lieved of tlie agonies attendant On
weak, dimrranged or clogged iii kid
neys and .bladder by tins remarKnoie
remedy. It l not just merely n kidney
treutment,dt Is a 'medicine that alms tn
put tho entire, pninrnekcd body .into
norimil condition arid givo vigorous
health after the inuny piiint'ul disorders
caused directly or indirectly by sick
kidneys. ' A chango for the butter will
bo seen after the first few doses of
Solvax and its continued use should
tono up the entire system of improp
erly working orgnus and give tho de
sire to livo and enjoy life, to its full
est. Solvnx i considered- by ninny the
best kidney remedy on the inariet to
dny becnusc it alms to cure by striking
directly at the cause of all the trouble.
The uiany pains and aches caused by
improperly working kidneys cannot be
permanently cured unless tho cause is
Solvax is sold under a positive guar
antee to refund the money If it does
not ciire. This Is the strongest proof
that enn bn offered as to the merit of
tho medicine, You are cheating your
self out nf vour slice of life if you do
not give Solvax a chance. Get it today
from Daniel J. Fry or any leading
i druggist ill tuis vicinity,
CHICHESTER S Vll
IHAM(NT UK AN It PIM.N. tor S3
SOLD BV DR'JfidSTS EVTRYVHfRE
' Journal New Today Ads de-
liver the goods.
DR. O. L. SCOTT Graduate of Chiro
practic's Fountain Head, Dlvenport,)
Iowa. If you have tried everything
and have got no roller, try Lniroprue
tic spinal adjustments and get well.
Office 406-7-S. U. S. National Bank
Building. lhone Main 87. Residence
TI t 4 nT ClnX" TlPVT fC!T
Administers Nitrous OziJ and Ogygon
Room 214. Phone440.
Masonic Temple. Pnlem,Ore.
A. O. U. W. Protection Lodge No. 2.
Meets every Monday evening at 8
in tho McCirnack hall, corner Court
and Liberty streets, R. O. Donaldson,
M. W.j S. A. McFaddon, recorder;
A. L. Brown, Financier.
CENTRAL LODGE No. 18, K; of P.
Met'oriuck building. Tuesday even
ing of each week at 7:30. F. F.
Sciiram, C. C; W. B. Oilson, K. of R.
. and S,
SALEM LOMtE No. 4, A. F. & A. M.
Stated communications tirst iTiuay
in each, mouth at 7:30 p. m. in tho
- Masonic Templo. Chas. M. Carter,
W. M.; S. Z. Culver, socretary.
PACIFIC LODGE No. 50, A. F. & A. M.
Stated communications third Friday
in each month at 7:30 p. m. in the
Masonic Temple. Hal V. Bolam, W.
M.j Ernest II. Choate, secretary.
8ALEJI HUMANE BOCIETi" D. D.
Keoler, president; Mrs." Lou Tillson,
soc.rctarv. All eases of cruelty or
neglect, of dumb animals should be
roported to the secretary ror invest!
R. N. OF A, "Oregon Grnpe Camp,"
No. 1360, meets every Thursday ev
ening in McCornack building, court
and Liberty streets; elevator. Mrs
Sylvia Schatipp, 1701 Market, oracle;
Mrs. Melissa Persons, recorder, 12110
North Commercial. Phone 1430-M.
DE MOLAY COMMANDERY, No. 5,
K. T. Regular, conclave fourth Frl
day in each month at 8 o'clock p. tn.,
in Masonic Temple. Sojourning Sir
Kniuhts are courteously invited to
mcct'wit'n us. Lot L. Pcarce, E. C,
Frank Turner, recorder, ,
C1IADW1CK CHAPTER. No. 37. O. E
B ttoguiar meeting, every ursi Aim
third Tuesday at 8 p. m. In tho Ma
sonic Templo. Minnlo Moeller, W.
M.j Ida M. Babcock, socretary.
WOODMKN OF THE WORLD Meet
every Friday night nt 8 o'clock in
McCornack block. B. W. Maccy,
O. C.j L. S. Gcer. clerk. 007 Court
street. Phone 30J.
MULTNOMAH ROYAL ARCH CIIAd'
TER, No. 1, R. A. M. Regular meet
ing Bccond Friday in each month at
8 p. m. in the Masonic Temple. Ray
F. Richardson, Ex. High Priest; Bus
sell M. Brqoks, secretary.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp, No, 5240,
meets every Thursday ovening at 8
o'clock in McCornack hall corner
Court and Liberty streets. Elevator
service. W. W. Hill, V. C; Hex. A.
Turner, dork. .
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem
bly, No. 84, meets every Wednesday,
at 8 . m. in Mooso hall. C. O. Mat
lock, M. A.; C. 'A. Randall, secretary,
Salem Bank of Commerce,
HODSON COUNCIL, No. 1, R. & 8. M.
Stilted nssenibly first Monday In
each month, Masonic Tcmjilo. N. P.
RasmuSscn, Thrice Illustrious Mas
ter; (Menu 0. Niles, recorder.
L. M. HUM
YICK SO TONG
Chinese Medicine and
Has medicine which
will cure any known
.153 South High Street,
Salem, Ore. Phone 283.
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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
A Quick, handy reference for busy people
SHlem Electric Co., Masonic Temple, 127 North High Main 1200
Snlem Steam Kautadry, 130 South Liberty Main 21
PLUMBING, BTEAM FITTING AND TINNING
T. M. Purr, 10 1 Solith Commercial Streob Main-103
TRANSFER AND DRAT AGE
Salem Truck & Dray Co., corner State and Front streets Main 7
Heaver State Printers, Tattoo Block - -- 1j1
CALL US 1022. Fixit Shop. Ask
about repair work in general. Don It
forget we do rug cleaning also. Ash-mon-Bucltncr,
2(H Court street. Sa
lem, Oregon. FcblO
F L'R NIT CRE Bough t
and also taken iu exchange. Full
line new furniture, ranges, heater
and other house furnishings. Some
walnut pieces. Teetz Furniture Co.,
2.13 rsorth Commercial street. Fhoaa
CLEANEEB AND DYESS .
APBAKEL SKRV1CE COMPANY-
18 South High-street. We elean,
press, repair, remodel and re-liae
clothing and furs. Careful ittentien
given all work. Wa eall ind deliver.
DRH. B. H. WHITE and B. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians aid
nerve specialists. Graduates of Amer
ican School of Osteopathy, Kirks
ville, Mo. Post graduate and special
ized in nerve diseases at Los Angeles
college. Treat acute and chronic Ks
cases. Consultation free. Lady at
tendant. Office 503-500 U. 8. Na
tional Bank Building. Phone 85f.
Residence 840 North Capital etrcet.
DR. D. B. GRIFFIN Drug and drink
cure. 142a Fir street, near .Meyers
street. Phono 1037J.
SALEM SCAVENGER Charles Soos.
proprietor. G.vrbage and refuse of all
kinds removed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yard and cess
pools cleaned. Office phone Main
2247. Residence Main 2272.
GOOD TOP BUGGY For sale or trade
for cittle. 253 S. Liberty. Jau27
FOR SALE Oil EXCHANGE 22i. i
acres, and all stock feed and seed,
$4,000. Nine acres, stock feed, seed
and tools, $2800. Five acres, small
house, $1500, also acres, house
and barn $2500. Square Deal Realty
Co., 304 U. S. Bank- Bldg. tf
FOR SALE Good driving horse and
new buggy. Houses furnished 'Mid
unfurnished for rent. Cheap lots.
Tracts for sale or trade. Two ton
auto truck, trado for city or farm
property. Money to loan, Square
Deal Realty Co., 304 V. S. Bank Bldg.
WEIIP. & CLOl'UH CO. C. B. Webb,
A. M. Clough morticians and funeral
directors. Latest modern methods
known to tho profession employed.
4911 Court street. M.iln 120, Muln 8S.
RIGDON'-RICHAKDSON CO. Funeral
directors and undertakers, 252 Nort'.i
High street. Day and night pbone
SALEM WATER COMPANY Office
corner Ooamerelal and Trade streets.
For water service apply at office.
WH payable monthly in advance.
FURNISHED APARTMENTS For
rent, very reasonable. Phone 1995.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished iiouse
k eepi n j rooms. 8.i." N. CnmmerciaV tf
MONEY TO LOAN
ON Good Real Estate Security,
THOS. K. FORD
Over Ladd & Bush Bank, Balem, Oregon
MONEY TO LOAN V
ON GOOD REAL ESTATE SECUBITT
HOMER H. SMITH
SALEM FENCE and
ft. B. IXEMINO, Prop.
Depot American Fence
Gates, Plain and Barbed Wirt.
Paints, Oils and Varnishes,
looting, Posts, Hop Hooks.
t 40 Years Making Stoves
; Iteres rebuilt and repaired.
. tores bought and sold.
I 250 Court Street. Pbone 124
! Back of Chicago Store.
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