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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. FRIDAY, FEB. 11, 1916,
Don't ask for
Then you're sure of getting
10c and 23c packages also In bulk
PACIFIC COAST BISCUIT COMPANY
r mi mi L P J J
rUSn liliS lnrOUgn railed,1
Lifeless Locks and They
Become Dark, Glossy,
uair mat uses us roior aim ustre, or
when it fades, turns grav, dull and life-
less, is caused bv a lack of sulphur in. terfeiting tools and "all modern con
the hair. Our grandmother made up a! venienees" of a down to date robbers
mixture of Sage Ten and Sulphur to 1 lair-
inm her nik .inrl.- nnd hennf.fni. nn.1 Polico think contraband Chinese were
tliousauds of women and men who value!
that even color, that beautiful dark
shade of hair which is so attractive,
use only this old-time recipe.
Nowadays we get this famous mixture
by asking ut any drug store for a ;0
cent bottle of "Wyeth's Sage and Sul
phur Compound," which darkens the
hair so naturally, so evenly, that no
body can possibly tell it has been ap
plied. Besides, it takes off dandruff,
stops scalp itching and falling hair.
You just dampen n sponge or soft brush
with it and draw this through your liair,
taking one small strand at a time.
By morning the gray hair disappears;
but what delights the ladies with
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur is that be
sides beautifully darkening the liair
after a few applications, it also brings
back the gloss and lustre and gives it
n appearance of abundance.
Halibut Industry Is
Endangered by Canada
Washington, Feb. 10. Secretary of
Commerce Redfield suggested to the
state department today the advisability
of beginning negotiations with Canada
with i view to protecting the halibut
industry from Canadian competition
which threatens to destroy it.
He suggested a compromise where
by the (irnnd Trunk railway would
give Ketchikan, Alaska, equal facil
ities with Prince Rupert, because, .is
he believes this would be better than a
tariff on halibut shipped from Prince
Enpert to the eastern United States.
licdfieM believes such a compromise
would save the Alaska trade, particu
larly t'nat - which is coming with the
opening of the government Alaskan
r.iilroad. A lino of government steam
ers from coast cities to the Alaskan
Kidney Trouble Leads
To Terrible Tortures
Hundreds of sufferers from pains' in
the back and sides, bladder nnd urinary
disorders, lumbago, rheumatism, dizzi
ness, puffy swellings under the eyes or
in the feet aud ankles, nervousness,
tired or worn out or headachy feeling,
don't seem to realize that the greater
pnrt of all sickness today can bo avoid
ed by keeping the kidneys working
properly. If you suffer from any of
tiie many agonies that accompany
weak, clogged up or diseased kidneys
you should not neglect yourself anoth
er day and run the risk of serious com
plications. Secure a package of Sol
vnx, the wonderful new kidney remedy
which is very inexpensive yet acts
quickly and surely 011 the seat of tiie
trouble. You'll be surprised how en
tirely different you'll feel in a very
It. doesn't matter how long you have
suffered, how old you are. or what yon
have used. The very principle of Sal
vax is such that it is practically im
possible to take it into the human sys
tem without some beneficial results.
Solvax is pleasant to take, gives
quick relief nnd has been so uniformly
Hiiccessml that Daniel J. Fry and oth
er lending dealers in this vicinity will
in future sell it under a positive guar
antee of relief or refund the money.
No other kidney remedy we believe ev
er had a larpe euoiu'h percentage of
cures so that it could be sold in tins
- - - r I . . . " I
manner. A guan
uarantee like this speaks
volumes for the merit of Solvax
There is no time like tiie present to
do a thing that ought to be done. Tf
anyone has kidney trouble today is the
best time to begin curing it.
ARMOB PLATE PLANT
Washington. Feb. 10. Chairman Till
man of the senate naval committee to
day obtained the permission of senate
leaders to call lip the administration
hill for government war plate manu
facture as n special order of business
of Monday. The president had en
dorsed pushing the bill.
Use Zemo for Eczema'
Never miud how often you have tried
nnd failed, you can stop burning, itchins
-7.einn quickly by applying a little r..'uu
furnished bv nnv driig-ist for 2.V. Extra
larue bollle. 1.(10. Healing begins ihe
niiiiiii'iit zemo is applied. In n short time
tiMially every trace of pimplex, bhu-k
limnLs, r.ih, err.ema, tetter aud similar
hkin iHm'Um's n ill be removed.
For t'learini; the xkin anil tn.ikiuz it
Ticoroiislv iK'ulihy. leaio is nu exi epi ioinil
remedy. It is not greny. xtiiky or
watery and it does not slain. When
others' fail it is the one dei-nU.ibL treat
ment for nil skin troubles.
Children Discover Cave
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UScfl DV tOuDlcricUerS
Angeles, Cal., Feb. 10. Some
where in southern California a gang
of smugglers, counterfeiters and all-
roum' orooks is homeless todav, the
police being in possession of their cave
near i.o Anries miruor. -
This is the belier ot detectives, mil-
j dren gathering mushrooms less than
i half a mile from the west basin dis
I covered a hole washed in a hillside by
recent rains, climbed into it and found
a trap door. The trap door led into a
,l.lrt ........ -..!!.. ,...nAnt.l ,.-a
umiun- .....o, ...... jw Fu
of bunks, cook stoves, air shafts, conn-
lnn?pJ. .nf,arby an hurried ,the CT
to be hidden pendinsr a good chance to
send them on to their destinations, and
that the smugglers made bogus money j
auu eng.ieu iu viuvr nine Crimea -uii
Fast Being Realized by Salem People.
A little backache at first.
Daily increasing 'till the back is
lame and weak.
Uriuary disorders may quickly fol
low; Dropsy and often Bright' disease.
This frequently is the downward
course of kidney ills.
Don't take this course. Follow the
advice of a Salem citizen.
W. H. Bradloy, farmer, 614 S. 21st
St., Salem, says: "About two years-
ago kidney troublo came on me. First,!
my uacK oegaa 10 acne, tnen pain
seemed to spread all over my body, like
rheumatism. The kidney secretions
were unnatural and I knew that my
kidneys were disordered. I read an en
dorsement of Doan's Kidney Pills given
by oue of my neighbors, and I got
some. Before I started the second box
of this medicine I was almost entirely
free from pain and my kidneys acted
regularly. I have used" Doan's Kidney
Pills since with good results.'
Price 30c, at all dealers. Don't sim
ply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same' that
Mr. Bradler had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
Says Truck Horse Had
Attack of Brain Fever
San Francisco, Feb. 10. Not only
eolleee professors and those who burn
the midnight oil suffer from brain I
fever the humblest truck horse is open
to the malady.
So declares the Society for Preven
tion of Cruelty to Animals in a state
ment issued toilnv. 3. J. Davis owns a
sick horse. While officers were trying
to put tne nnimai in an ambulance an 1
attack of fever seized him and he dash-
ed through a plate glass window of a'
One pntron, his face covered with
lather, dived under the chair; another j
his hair half cut, tried to climb a shelf. !
Officers of the society finally captured
tne equine maniac.
Perkins Bar Proprietor
Getsjffl Days In Jail
Portland, Ore., Feb. 10. A 30-day
term in the county jail was faced to
day by Ocorgo Soliultz, proprietor of
the exclusive Perkins buffet, although
a jury in Judge Dayton's court recom
Ginger ale containing a "kick" and
exhilorating loganberry juice., caused
Schultz' downfall. Hi's bartenders said
.1.:..!.. , . .
So'HsT of lawvVrs 'and
Schultz' ease was the twelfth charire
of bootlegging in Portland since the'
state went dry, January
appeal from his sentence.
Burglars Made Haul
T 1 1 n.
rrOHl jeWeirV OtOre
Sacramento, Cal., Feb. 10. Dinmonds
nmi watches to the value of film trero
...,,, I., A 1-J, I .(1 III UII 11?
stolen between 2 o'clock and (1 0 'clock
this morning from the Milton Haney
jeweiry srore, ru.i IV street.
The burglars entered through the
basement and sawed a hole 14 by 20
inches through the floor of the store.
Tho jewelry was taken from the show
window where i had been left by
Mr. Hnney attended an entertainment
during the evening and drove past the
store about 1 o'clock thi-s morning and
was rbout to get out nnd place the jew
elry m the safe, when he decided that
it would be alright to leave it in the
The loot consisted of 35 dinmonds and
Oil Burning Vessels
vessels in tho
Feb. 10. Oil burning
navv are proving suc-
of tiie Navy Dan-
ids said today.
"The department's exports," he
stated, "believe that nival reserve
lan.U on the Pacific coast can furnish
oil for surh ships as are to be con
structed within the next decade."
As the of n battleship is esti
mated nt 14 years, this is taken to in
dicate that there is Ample oil for at
least another quarter of a eentury.
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Bethel, Ore., Feb. 10. Tlio basket so
cial Saturday night was a complete suc
cess. The weather man hail a grouch
but the old school house was filled to
overflowing. The program was as fol
lows: Dialogue, "The Value of Education."
Recitation By Vera Roth
Dialogue, "The Advanced Geography
Class" By School Children
Song, "Under the Auheuser Bush ". .
By John Znk
The piny, "Kentucky Belle,"
Song, by G. Osborne Swales and Alice
In the play Mr. Swales took the part
of the hero, John Cason Gordon, who
i ., - u I:
wnne worKing as a scau iiuewuu n-u
om telephone pole and was luiurcu
The part of the heroine, Isabello Doug
las, was taken by Mrs. Swales. Paul
Baker with his gray hair, mustache, and
chin whiskers gave a very clever im
personation of Colonel McMillen, who
wooed Miss Isabelle and won Aunt Ma
rian. Arthur Schulz played the part
ot Dr. Blake, the physician who at
tended the hero. Remoh Schulz hnd
the part of Aunt Marian. Mrs. P. II.
Baker was the trained nurse on the
case. Gladys Johnston acted the pnrt
of Marie Von Harliner. It was Ma
rie who put the colonel wise to the
fact that Isabelle and Caso-t were eu-
pK - Me offered to help the colo, e
to win Aunt Mariah. Mrs. Matten and
Alta Mateen played the parts of Mrs.
Gordon and Miss Gordon, the mother
and sister of the hero. Roy Mnrchand,
Clifford Johnston, Cass Nichols and
Frank Kunciter were the four linemen,
who were working with the hero at the
time of his accident. George Matten
as Henry was probably the best, actor
in the whole cast. His impersonation
of a cooa was simply perfect. Lucy
Nichols as Cindy Loo, Henry's sweet
heart, also acted her pnrt to perfection.
In fact all of the actors played their
parts well. The committee deserves
special credit for discovering so much
local talent aud for assigning the parts
to those best able to handle them.
II. R. Curtis auctioned the baskets
and succeeded in getting a good price
for most of them. The 24 baskets were
soon sold and a dozen more could have
been sold without any difficulty. Emil
Sundborg made the highest bid. He
and Carl Miller bought the double bas
ket provided by Marjory , Miller nnd
Alta Matten. Ihe price was $o.S. ihe
double basket of Avis Williams and
Ruby Crucnfclder sold for $1.40. John
Clark and Bob Coulson were the lucky
purchasers. A very attractive dou'-'e
basket prepared by Mrs. Swales and
Alice Johnston, sold for $2.25. Other
baskets sold for from 20 cents to $1.25.
The object of the social was to get
funds to pay the expenses of the liter
ary society and to get some lamps for
the school house.
At the literary next Friday night
there will be a debate on the question,
"Resolved, That the United Strifes
should make greater preparation for
C. H. (Ted) Montgomery has rcturied
from an extended trip through the cist.
He has changed his mind about Oregon;
thinks it is a pretty good place after
We will soon have a new neighbor.
Mr. Robertson has traded for A. W.
Schrunk's farm nt Yeoman alatiou. Mr,
Robertson thinks it would be a, good
place for a store.
Irancis Schruuk says that his "dead
" ;U of ill n (I... ..,.,.,, ..,.,1,
ing as good time as he ever did.
Mr. Bowers, of Fruitland, gave a lec
ture at the Bethel school house Monday
and Tuesday evenings. The subject of
his talk was "Mind." He exhibited
'an interesting lot of drawings. Among
1IU-m wlru u oruni map uuu pictures or
two kiuds of fools,
There will be a meeting of the Big
Four Telephone company Saturday,
February 12, at 2 p. m. Judge C. L.
McNary will explain to us the advant-
RftM ot having our compnny nicorporat
ed. It is hoped that every member will
There will also be a meeting of the
executive committee of this company
Saturday, February 12, at 8 o'clock p.
m., for the purpose of increasing the
membership by adding a new line of
THE FLOOD IN PORTLAND
Portland, Or., Feb. 10. Tho WiUnm-
i. -Jo f 11.' n -1 -'"c
tore the crest or the tloud' arrives to -
rwi',..i -.;,, 1... cf ti,
In l'her thnn 111 icon ovneetnil ,i.f tho'nosiillHl loour wnu ma i ai ins ui;u-
real suffering. The gasoline tug Jack
, ur"nam . ,roKc. Vom lts "'0r"'Ks to-
'l0,.'re" lwns,ream. Jt lodged
" r .,r ' ".".J "v
im iui- nu uuii uujjiiii',
inS mutain, north of here ,was "act-
ing up" again today. The near-volcano
1 ?cnt "P "'" Robs of vapor. It
,,. I " '
' "PHeved lieavy ruins mav have pro-
j.. """'"rnnean disturbances result-
ing iu the phenomenon.
GOLD MEDAL Haarlcn Oil Cansules
will bring new life and quickly relieve
luui buj.ici-u) congested ieenng. Theyi
will thoroughly cleanse and wash out
the kidneys and bladder and gently
carry off the ill effects of excesses of
all kinds. Tho healinir. soothinir oil
soaks right into tho walls and lining of
the kidneys and expels the poisons in
your system. Keep your kidneys in
good shape by daily use of GOLD
MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules and you
will have good health. Co to your
druggist at once and secure a package
of this time-honored, world wide rem
edy. It is not a "patent medicine." It
is passed upon by U. S. Government
chemists and declared pure before com
ing into this country. GOLD METAL
is the pure, original Haarlem Oil, im
ported direct from the ancient labora
tories in Holland where it is the Na
tional Household Remcdv of the sturdy
Dutch. Look for tho name GOLD
MEDAL on every box. Accept no sub
stitute. Your druggist will gladly re
fund your money if not as represented.
KEEP LOOKING YOUIiG
It'3 Easy If You Know Drj
Edwards' Olive Tablets
The secret of keeplnc younn Is to
feel young to do this you must watch,
your liver and bowels there's no need
of having a sallow complexion d:irk
rings under your eyes pimples a bit.
Uoua look in your face dull eyes with no
Tour doctor will tell voi. nlnetv n.r I
of all sickness comes from Inactive i bowels . bonding aud regulating merchants'
and liver. policemen, will be brought up at the
nwn' SSrr'i a.weU"kn?'? physlr,an neIt meeting of the city council for
Ohio, perfected a vegetalilo compound f:.,i '
mixed with olive oil to act on the liver and "'I?' P8 'S1'-
bowels, which he gave to his patients for The bill provides that whoever en
e2.rs,T,. . , - .. gages iu the business of merchants'
tu,Der,o?dear1aorm,Vmle Mr acUo Ptrplm.n for a compensation,
yet always effective. 1 shall be required to obtain a license
They brintr nhout that exuberance of and furnish a bond to the citv in the
??ir",,a$ "a.tunl buoyancy which ahould 8um of tl.000. The license 'shall be
be enjoyed by everyone, by tonlntf up the
auu cairns me system ot impurities.
You will know Dr. Edwards' Olive Tab
lets by their olive color. 10c and 23o per
box. AM druRgists.
The Olive Tablet Company. Columbus. O.
SHAKESPEARE "DEAD ONE'
San Francisco, Feb. 10. "Shake
speare is a dead one," said Miss Sal
ly Jones, member of the board of edu
cation yesterday in opposing a plan to
celebrate the SUOth anniversary of the
birth of the bard in the public schools.
"Why tike up the time of the chil
dren in hold reunions of this sort over
the dead and the buried?"
Miss Agnes Reagen, another woman
membes of the bourd, supported Miss
Jones. The three men on the board,
however, voted for Shakespeare and
April 23 exercises will be held in his
honor in the public schools.
EICH BANKER QUITS
Panoria, la., Feb. 10. M. M. Reyn
olds, . banker, committed suicide by
shooting himself in the heart some time
during the night. Ill health and fam
ily troubles arc assigned is the cause.
'Reynolds, who was president ot the
Guthrie, County National bank, was a
brother of George M. Revnolds. prom
inent Chicago banker, now ill in Los
Angeles. Ho was reputed to be worth
His wife has been' living in Califor
A QUICK, SURE WAY
Catarrh Germs Breed By Millions In
Air Passages of Nose and Throat
Just One Way to Drive Them Out.
To stop catarrh for good you must
drive from your system the germs that
cause catarrh and that are now feeding
and growing fat upon the swollen in
flamed mucous membranes of vour noso
A splendid means of destroying
catarrh germs and overcoming catarrh
has long been recognized by physicians
in tho well known oil of Hyomei (pro
nounced High-o-nie) nnd it is now a
very simplo matter for any catarrh
T ' ,m , h el""
at homo, by breathing its air through
a little hard hubber inhaling device
which leading druggists are supplying
with each large complete treatment.
Just pour a few drops of the oil of
Hyomei into this inhaler, place it be
tween your lips and then breathe natur
ally and the pleasant smelling anlisep
tic, germ killing air will penetrate deep
down into every fold and crevice of
your raw, sore nose, throat and lungs
and give you quick certain relief, open
ing up the air passages, makinz vou
breathe easily, stopping the inflamma
tion and discharge and driving from
your system every catarrh germ that
has found lodgement there.
If you want to be free from every
sympton of catarrh, are tired of trying
one thing after another without bene
fit go to Daniel J. iry or any other re
liable drug store hereabouts nnd get a
complete Hyomei inhaler outfit, use it
even- dav lor a tow minutes and it it
does not drivo the catarrh germs out of
your system and give you real lusting)
relief from Catarrh your druggist Willi
givo you your money back.
WINNIPEG MAN INJURED.
Los Angeles, Cal., Feb. 10 In a eriti
cal condition as the result of being
I McGraw, president of the Western
1 ,. ' V ,,. -. , -
Canadian Flour Mills Company, V inni-
peg, Man., is at the Good Samaritan
h" Santa Monica.
MUST HAVE CASTOB OIL.
San Francisco, Feb. 10 City institu
tions must have their castor oil, war
or no war, so the supervisors decided
against releasing the oil contractors
from their bargain. They pleaded
high prices, due to the war, had killed
INVESTIGATE BROKEN DAM
San Diego, Cal., Feb. 111. The h'eder
oti.,1 Trailed nml Lnhor Council of San
Diego comity today sent to District
Attorney Spencer Marsh a set of reso
lutions, adopted last night, usking a
grand jury investigation of the recent
breaking of the Otay dim.
Marsh amiouueed the matter would
be put up to the grand jury soon.
KILLED BY EXPLOSION
Pasadena. Cal.. Feb. 10. C A. Wil
liams, engineer at the Maryland hotel,
was ir.stmtly killed yesterday when!
the heavy cap was blown off an am
monia pipe in the engine root, hurling
through the air and striking him in the
head. Ammonia fumes filled the en
gine room but did not penctrite to the
hotel. - . .
Sun FraneUco, Feb. 10. Thirty five
picture brides, gay in silk kimonos con
stituted the largest shipment of these
Japanese girls that ever reached here.
Most of them hnd already wedded to
day. . WINTEBED ON SAWDUST
Portlind, Or., Feb. 10. Arrested for
cruelty to animals, John Weber admit
ted that liis horse had nothing but
sawdust to eat ull winter. A sanity
commission will examine him.
Classified Advertising Page
Ordinance to License
, Special Policemen
. lor. an brdinnuoe hcensmg.
$10 a year, or $0 for six months, the
shortest period a license can be ob- j
Tho bill provides that any person in
jured or aggrieved by tho neglect of
the patrolman, shall have the right of'
action on his bond for any damages
by reason of his neglect.
The special policeman or patrolman,
acting for a compensation, is also re
quired to make reports to the chief of
police from time to time, and to work
in harmony and under tne control or
the city marshal.
The object of tho bill is to give pro
tection to merchants by the bond and
to require the working in harmony
with the police, any one who may be
doing special police or partrol duty.
THE MARKETS I
The following prices for fruits
and. vegetables are those asked by
the wholesaler of the retailer, and
not what .is paid to the producer.
All other prices are those paid the
producer. Corrections are made
There are practically no changes in the
market today. Wheat in Portland and
Chicago seems to slide up and slide
down. But for the past 10 days the
general market has been weak, enabling
the mills here to pay today- only 85
F.ggs are off in Portland and are
quoted at 30 and 32 cents candled.
With Portland offering this price, the
indications are good for a lower general
level in the valley. But today, grocers
arc paying 30 cents cash and 32 cents
Or aim. , .
Hay, timothy, per ton $14.00
Oats, vetch $12.00(g 12.50
Clover hay $12.00
Rolled barley $35.00
Cracked corn $41.50
Bran . . .' $2fi.00r?i 27.00
Shorts, per ton $28.0030.00
Creamery butter, per pound 3-le
Country Butter , 25c
Eggs and poultry.
Eggs, candled, No. 1, cash 32c
F.ggs, case count, cash 30c
Eggs, trade 32c
Hens, pound ; . . 12 l-2c
Roosters, old, per pound 7(H7 l-2c
Spring chickens, pound ...... 12 1-
Pork, Veal and Mutton. -
Veal, dressed lOffilt l-2c
Pork, dressed 7. 0 l-2c
Pork, on foot 0 lllttue
Spring lutnbs 7(?i 7 l-2c
Steers 5 l-2(aflc
fWa . HCti fie
Bun3 3 j.gc
Lambs, grain fed
Tomatoes, California $1.75(S2.00
String garlic , 15c
Potatoes, ewt $1.25(a l.75
Brussels sprouts 10c
Sweet potatoes $3.00
Celery, case $5.00
California head lettuce, case .... $2.50
Apples, Hood River ,
Tangerines oranges ...
Lemons, per box ,
California grape fruit .
Florida grape fruit
Dates, dromedary, case
4.25(a i. 75
$5.00(W 6. Oil
i Pineapple .
Eggs, per dozen, fresh ranch
Sugar, cane $7.05
Sugar, D. O $0.S5
Creamery butter 40c,
Flour, hard wheat $1.00 $1.00
Flour, valley $1.30(7) $1.60
Portland. Ore., Feb. 11. Wheat:
The Oregon Wholesale and
Retail Hide and Junk Co.
Has moved from their former location,
4:10 Court street, to 1!7 South Com
mercial. (Tho old stand of the Lawr
ence Grocery, corner Ferry and Com
mercial streets) and are open for busi
ness at that place. Highest prices paid
for hides, wool, copper, brass, iron, etc.
Before selling elsewhere, consult us foj
prices. D. Samuel, proprietor.
riiouo, 3D!); Res. I'houe, 1737-W. '
Fortyfold, 9flr(a 1.02.
Russian red, lltic.
Oats: No. 1 white feed, $26.00(5
Barley: Feed, $20.00.
Hugs! Best live, $N.u'n?i8.05.
. Prime steers, $7.50(3 7.65.
Fancy cows, $ii.75. ' .
Calves, 7.00(uS.OO. '
Spring lambs, 8.50(ii 8.S0.
Butter: City creamery, 31c. '.
.F.ggs: Selected local ex., 30(5 32c.
Hens, lOt 17c.
Broilers. lii(?i 17c.
Geese. l(l(!i 1 lc.
CLEANERS AND DYERS
13S South High street. We clean,
press, repair, remodel and re-line
clothing and furs. Careful ittontioD
given all work. Wo call ind deliver.
DR. O. A. OLSOX, DEXTIST
Administers Nitrous Ozid and Ogygen
Room 214. PhoncllO.
Masonic Temple. Salem, Ore.
NOTICE J. C. O'Reiley and W. L.
Baker, of the Modern Shoe Repair
company hive dissolved partnership.
Signed. . W. L. Baker.
MARKET GARDNERS Experienced
vegetable gardner, out aud indoors,
wants work. References. Or farm
work, teaming, etc. M. G., care of
Journal. Feb 11
CALL US 1022. Fixit Shop. Ask
about repair work in general. Don't
forget we do rug cleaning also. Ash-mon-Buckner,
2Q1 Court street. Sa
lem, Oregon. Febl9
GOOD USED FURNITURE Bought
and also taken in exchange. Full
line new furniture, ranges, heaters
and other house furnishings. Some
walnut pieces. Peetz Furniture Co.,
233 jNorth Commercial street. Phone
k. O. U. W. Protection Lodge No. 2.
Meets every Monday evoning at 8
In the McCornack ball, corner Court
and Liberty stroets, R. O. Donaldson,
fll. W.; s. A. Mcmdden, recorder;
A. L. Brown, Financier.
9ALEM LOuiiE No. 4, A. F. & A. M.
Stated communications first Friday
in each month at 7:30 p. m. in the
Masonic Templo. Chas. M. Carter,
W. M.; S. Z. Culver, secretary.
PACIFIC LODGE No. 50, A. F. & A. M.
Stated communications third Friday
in each month it 7:30 p. m. in the
Masonic Temple. Hal V. Bolam, W.
M.; Ernest II. Choate, secretary.
8ALE.M HUMANE SOCIETY D. D.
Keeler, president; Mrs. Lou Tillson,
iecretary. All cases of cruelty or
neglect of dumb animals should be
reported to tho secretary lor invest'
B. N. OF A. "Oregon Grapo Camp,'
No. 1300, meots every Thursday cv
eninp in McCornack building, court
and Liberty strcots; elevator. Mrs,
Sylvia Schaupp, 1791 Market, oracle;
Mrs. Melissa Persons, recorder, 1296
North Commercial. I'hone 14.J6-M.
DE MOLAY COMMANDERY, No. 5,
K. T. Regular conclave fourth Fri
day in each month at 8 o'clock p. m.,
in Masonic Temple. Sojourning Sir
Knights are courteously invited to
meet with us. Lot L. Pearce, E. C,
Frank Turner, recorder.
CENTRAL LODGE No. 18, K. of P.
McCornack building. Tuesday even
ing of each week at 7:30. F. F,
Senium, C. C; W. B. Gilson, K. of R,
nWATlWICW I'll APTh'.lf n. 37. O. E.
B tcegiuar meeting every nrsi inu
inira iiicsnay at p. m. in me .
sonic 1 0 11 1 1 1 1 e. Minnie Mocuer, w
M.; Ida M. Babcock, secretary.
WOODMKN OF THE WOULD Meet
every Friday night at 8 o'clock in
McCornack block. II. W. Macey,
C. C: L. S. Gccr, clerk. 007 Court
street. Phone 593.
MULTNOMAH ROYAL AltCII CHAP
TER, No. 1, R. A. M. Regular meet-
ing second Friday in each month at
8 p. m. in the Masonic Temple. Kay
F. Rich irdson, Ex. High Priest; Rus
sell M. Brooks, secretary.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp, No. 5210,
meets every Thursday evening at 8
o'clock in McCornack hall corner
Court and Liberty streets. Elevator
service. Geo. Reinohl, V. C; J. A
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem
bly, No. 84, meets very Wednesday,
at 8 p. m. in Moose hall. C. U. Mat
lock, M. A.; C. Z. Randall, secretary,
ealem Bank of Commerce.
HODSON COUNCIL, No. 1, R. & S. M
Stated assembly first Monday in
each month, Masonic Temple. N. P.
Rasmnssen. Thrice Illustrious Masr
tor; Glenn C. Niles, recordor.
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PLUMBING, STEAM FITTING AND TINNING
T. M. Burr, 101 South Commercial Btreet Main. 11
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DR. O. L. SCOTT Graduate of Chiro
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Office 106-7-8 U. S. National Bank
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DRS. B. II. WHITE and B. W. WAL
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nerve specialists. Graduates of Amer
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tendant. Office 505-506 U. 8. Na
tional Bank Building. Phone 859.
Residence 316 North Capital street.
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cure. 112j Fir street, near Meyer
street. Phone 1037,1.
FURNISHED APARTMENTS For
rent, very reasonable. Phone 1995.
FOR SALE Fresh young Jersey cow.
771 North Commercial. Febll
FOB SALE A few Rhode Island
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for 15. Booking orders to ship later.
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FOR SALE Or exchange, 840 acres
well improved sandy loam, Nebraska
farm. Will take ten or more acres
in exchange. Square Deal Realty
Co., 304 U. S. Bank Bldsr.
SALEM SCAVENGER Charles Soos,
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
kinds removed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yard and cess
pools cleaned. Office phone Main
2247. Residence Main 2272.
WEBB & CLOUGH CO. C. B. Webb,
A. M. Clough morticians and funeral
directors. Latest modern methods
known to the profession employed.
409 Court street. Main 120, Main 988.
HIGDON-RICHAUDSON CO. iVuneral
directors and undertakers, 252 Norta
High street. Day and night phone
3ALEM WATEB COMPANT-Offies
eorner Commercial and Trade streets.
For water service apply at office,
mils payable monthly in advance.
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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ON Good Real Estate Security.
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I. B. FLEMING, Prop.
Depot American Fence
Gates, Plain and Barbed Wirt.
Paints, Oils and Varnishes.
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t 40 Years Making Stoves $
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