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DR. 0. L. SCOTT Graduate of Chiro
practic's Fountain Held, Davenport,
Iowa, If yeu have tried everything
and got no reliof, -try Chiroprac
tic spinal adjustments and get well.
Office 40G-7-8 U. S. National Bank
Building. Phone Main 87. .Residence
CLEANERS AND DYERS
APPARKL SERVICE COMPANY
138 South. High street. We clean
jiresa, repair, remodel and re-line
clothing and furs. Careful attention
given ill work. We call and deliver.
B EDUCED FREIGHT RATES To and
from all points east, on all household
goods, pianos, etc. Consolidated car
load service. Capital City Transfer
Company, agents for Pacific Coast
Forwarding company, 161 South Com
mercial street. Phone Main 933.-
FOB RENT Strictly modern furnish
ed 5 room house, $15.00 per month.
Call 1737-W, nuyl3
FOB KENT Nicely furnished house
keeping rooms reasonable. 855 North
Commercial street. tf
FINJ3 6 roorn flat for rent, modern.
Furnished of unfurnished. 605 N.
Liberty St. Phone 1351. tf
MEALS, 15c and up. Iloteakes or
mush and milk free with all break
fast orders. Soup, bread and butter
2 vegetables and- pie, tea, coffee or
milk and l kind of meat for 15c; 2
kinds of meat for 25c. Short orders
any time of day. Scotts 179 S. Com
BALEM SCAVENGER Charles Roos,
proprietor. Garbage and refuse df all
kinds removed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yard and cess
pools cleaned. Office phone Main
V24T. Residence Mlin 2272.
LOOSE OAT HAY For sale. Phone
40F5, noon or evening. mayl6
FOB SALE 50 or 100 acres river bot
tom land, high building ground, on
Oregon Electric, 9 miles north of Al
bany, near school and store. Terms
will take some property in trade. E.
Anderson, Tjalbot, O. may28
FOB SALE Five acres with buildings
for the price of tho land, without
buildings. We also have a 20 acre
tract with buildings to sell. Will
take part pay In Salem city proper
ty. Square Deal Realty Co., 202 U.
8. Bank Bide. Phone 470. tf
FOUR VALLEY FARMS For salo by
owner on county road and railroad.
CO to 200 acres each, good buildings,
good soil, all under cultivation, close
to scrool, prices reasonable, half
cash, balance time at 6 per cent or
modern income bearing city property.
P. O. Box 24G, Salem. tf
WEBB & CLOUGH CO C. B. Webb,
A. M.. Clough morticians and. funeral
directors. Latest modern metliods
known to the profession employed
499 Court St. Main 120, Main 9868.
EIGDON RICHARDhON CO. Funeral
directors and undertakers, 252 North
High street. Dav and night phone
6ALEM WATER COMPANY Office
corner Commercial and Trade gtreots.
For water service apply at office.
Hills payable monthly in advance.
WANTED 3 or 4 furnished house
keeping rooms close in for two la
dies. Address A L eire Journal, mid
DR. O. A. OLSON, Dentist Adminis
ters nitrous oiid and oxygen gas.
Room 214, Masonic Temple. Phone
440. Salem, Orei?nn
Why are we populir? Be-
cause we tell yon every day,
the newt of the world.
BOOB," as a Book Agent
Notice of Improvement of Commercial
Notice is hereby given that the Com
mon Council deems it expedient so to
do, and hereby declares its purpose and
intention to improve Commercial street
between the north line of Mission
street and the south City limits at the
expense of the abutting and adjacent
property, by grading, curbin, and pav
ing said portion of said street with a
two-inch Bituminous Concrete wearing
aurfaco laid cn a redress of the present
Macadam foundation, in accordance
with the plans, specifications and esti
mates for the improvement of Commer
cial street between the north line of
Mission street and the south city lim
its, adopted by the Common Council
on the 1st day of May, 1916, and now
on file in tho office of the City Record
er, which for greater certainty and
convenience are hereby referred to and
made a part of this notice; being that
character or kind of ' improvement
known aid obsignated in the said
plans and' specifications and estimates
as No. 7, a redressed Macadam base,
and a 2-inch wearing surface.
The Common Council hereby declares
its purpose and intention to make the
said 'above dosccibed improvement by
and through the Street Improvement
Department of the City.
By order of the Common Council,
Chas. F. Elgin, City Recorder.
Dated this 4th day of May, 1916.
r General Feed an4
vfim Small Livery Stable
C. W. TRAIN
1 251 Ferry. Phone 28f
A. O. U. W. Protection Lodge, No. 2,
Meets every Monday evening at 8 In the
McCornack hall, cornfr Court and Liberty
streets, R. o. Llonaldsoa, M. W. ; 8. A,
McFadden, recorder; A. h. Brown,
SALEM LODGE No. 4, A. F. & A. Id.
Stated communications first Friday In
each mouth at 7 :30 p. m. In the Masonic
Temple. Chas. Mcl'nrter, V. JI. ; S. Z,
SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY 4). B. Keeler,
president; Mrs. Lou Ttllson, secretary. All
cases of cruelty or neglect of dumb ani
mals should be reported to the secretary
CENTRAL LODGE, No. 18, K. of P. Mc
Cornuck building. Tuesday evening of
each week at 7 :30. J. i. Heluel, C. C. ;
W. B. (illson, K. of It. and 8.
R. N. OF A. "Oregon Grape Cnmp," No.
1360, meets every Thursday evening In
McComack building. Court and Liberty
streets; elevator. Mrs. Sylvia Schaunp,
171)1 Market, oracle; Mrs. Melissa l'eY
sons, recorder, 1:290 North Commercial.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA Ore
gon Cedar Camp, No. 5240, meets every
Thursday evening nt 8 o'clock in Mc
Cornack hall, corner Court and Liberty
streets. Klevntor service. Geo. Keinohl,
V. C. ; J. A. Wright, clerk.
CHADWICK CHAPTER, No. 37, O. E. 8
KeguJiir meetlDg every first and third
Tuesday at 8 p. m. In the Masonic Tem
ple. Minnie Moeller, W. M. ; Ida M.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD Meet every
Friday night at 8 o'clock In McComack
block, B. W. Macey, C. C. ; L. H. Geer,
clerk,. 507 Court street. Phone 503.
DH MOLAY COMMANDER Y. No. 5, K. T
Regular conclave fourth Friday In each
. month at 8 o'clock, p m., In Masonic Tem
ple. Sojourning Sir Knights lire courte
ously invited to meet with us Lot L.
1'earce, E. C, Frank Turner, recorder.
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assembly,
No. H4, meets every Wednesdav at 8 p. m.
In Moose hall. C. O. Matlock, M. A. ;
C. Z. Knndull, secretury, Salem Bunk of
HODSON COI'NCIL, No. 1. R. S. M
Mated assembly tirst Monday In each
month. Masonic Temple. N. P. Rasmus
sen, Thrice Illustrious Muster; Glenn C. j
SALEM COrNCIL NO. 2022 Knights and
Indies of Security Meets every 2nd and
. 4th Wednesday each month at llumt Hull.
Visiting members are Invited to attend.
E. F. Walton, financier, 4SO 8. 14th M.
PACIFIC LODGE No. 50. A. F. & A. M.
Stated communication third Friday
In euch month . at 7 :,10 p. m. in the
Masonic Temple. Hul V. Bolam, W. M. ;
Ernest II. I hoate. secretary.
MONEY TO LOAN
ON Good Real Estate Security. !
THOS. K. FORD j
Over Ladd ft B-isfc Bank, Salem, Oregon
MONEY TO L0AN7?
ON GOOD REAL ESTATE SECURITY
HOMER H. SMITH
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON SATURDAY. MAY 13, 1916.
How to Construct Home
Made Silos O. A. C.
By W. M. Barr, Dairy Husbandman,
O. A. C. and U. 8.
Practical dairymen who are silo users
say that the silo on the farm means a
saving of 8 to 10 cents on a pound in
the cost of producing butterfat, beef
feeders it saves from $1 to $1.50 per
hundred pounds in producing beef, and
feeding experiment at experiment
stations bear out these statements. On
this basis ensilage under normal con
ditions is worth $4 a ton. With an in
crease of 50 per cent in feed prices it
is worth $0 a ton. Reports of 30 farm
ers whose records allow the compilation
of accurate data, show an average cost
of $2. 75 a ton for corn silage, including
the follownig factors incidental to pro
duction: land rental; eost of fertili
zer and its application; preparation of
the seed bed, cost of seed, planting,
cultivation and harvesting; and interest
and depreciation on machinerv and silo.
yThe iupp!mesitary ind replacement
value and beneficial physical effects
bring the Value of silage higher.
The inadvisability of doing without
a silo seems to be more important than
the question of whether or not to build
a silo. Estimates based on inquiries
to this office and the offices of the
county agricultural agents, indicate
that 600 to 700 silos will be constructed
this season.' In anticipation of the need
of timely and helpful suggestions to the
many prospective builders reliable silo
information has been prepared by O.
A. C. under the guidance of experience.
Chute for Silo.
A feeding chute 24 to 30 inches
square is a valuable addition to. a
silo. It saves feed and labor.
Painting the Silo .
As soon as completed the silo should
be coated with carbolineum, creosote
or boiled linseed oil inside, -and painted
with two coats of good paint outside.
Kind of Silo Should Vary
In general we can say that the kind
of silo seemingly best adapted to that
portion of the state west of the Cas
cade mountains is the one-piece stave
silo built of 2x4 or 2xti Btaves, dressed
on both sides, tongued and grooved,
and beveled to make a tight joint.
Availability, facilities for getting
and economy of lumber 'for staves, are
the reasons why the stave silo takes
precedence over other types of wood
silos and of masonry silos. The staves
should be made from clear, straight,
closelv grained Oregon fir, preferably
kiln dried. When it is necessary to use
two-piece staves the joint should be
broken, one half of the botom and one
half of the top staves being Bix feet
longer than the others. Other types
of wood silos that are in uso and are
being built, especially along the coast
are the modified Wisconsin silo and
the octagon silo, sold by some firms
as the "Tung Lok."
SALEM FENCE and
B. B. FLEMING, Prop.
Depot American Fence
Gates, Plain and Barbed Wire.
Paints, Oils and Varnishes.
Roofing, Posts, Hop Hooks
40 Years Making Stoves
Stoves rebuilt and repaired.
Stoves bought and sold.
250 Court Street. Phone 124
- Back of Chicago Store
L n HUM
v Care of
Chinese Medicine and
Has medicine which will
cure any known disease.
153 South High Street,
Salem, Ore. Phone 283
There is an increased tendency to
construct silos of greater durability
than wood affords, and during the last
two years a number of solid wall con
crete, cement plastered metal lath,
and hollow tile silos have been built,
When rightly constructed any of these
preserve silage equally well.
Locating the Silo -
As silage is a heavy feed, the first
consideration in locating a silo should
be convenience for feeding, This as
a rule requires it to be placed at one
end of. the barn, especially if the rows
of cows face each other and there is a
feeding alley between. Placing the
silo in the barn is not advisable, for
it is not always'conveiiicnt to fill, and
space is occupied that may otherwise
be used to advantage. Silos should be
so constructed and cared for as not
to need the protection of the barn.
Essentials In Plane
The prospective silo builder should
1. That the diameter of the silo is
2. That the foundation is of suffi
cient width for the weight upon it.
3. That the walls of the silo are
tight, smooth, perpendicular and free
from corners. Types of silos other thau
round are not satisfactory.
4. That the inside of the silo is sur
faced with aspiialtum paint or car
bolineum for the stave silo, and boat
pitch or similar product for masonry
5. That the doors are of such con
struction as to be easily removed.
6. That window in the silo chute is
provided to afford light, much needed
in both chute' and silo.
7. That the silo has a reef which
adds to the lite and appearance of tie
8. That no cheap lumber, weak re
inforcement, or lack of care and nec
essary repairs, make the Bilo expen
sive. The silo is not at fault when poor
silage results from putting in the crop
too green or over ripe, or placing in
the silo without being finely cut.
Laying Out Foundation
A stake should be driven into the
ground at the exact center of the pro
posed silo. On the top of this stake
spike one end of a 2x4 sweep.
From the spike head measure off
and mark on the sweep the distance
to the outside and to the inside of the
foundation wall, allowing for a wall
'varying from 12 to 20 inches in width
depending upon the size of the silo,
the nature ot the ground aud the ma
terial of which the foundation is to
be constructed. The distance ftom the
center of the silo to the inside of the
foundation wall must be five to eiglit
inches less than the radius of the silo,
so that the silo wall will stand in cen
ter of foundation. Markers caa then
be nailed to tke sweep, and circles de
scribed for the foundation.
When the foundation is marked out.
then dig out the trench that serves as
a form tor the underground part of the
'foundation. Tho trench may be from
8 inches to one fot in depth, which,
I with the alMive-ground portion, will
give a foundation 12 to 16 imhes in
depth. The sides of the trench should
be kept Btraiglit and the bottom level.
:lf the edge of the trench is inclined
jto cave, the trench should be filed with
iconcrelte and the forms may then be
! constructed for the above-ground part
91 tne lounaation.
j A form must" be built around the
i outer edge of the foundation by tie
use of l-2x4-inrh material bent around
! inside of 2x4 stakes set 2 1-2 to 3 feet
: apart. The whole inside surface is
'filed with concrete thus giving a florr
4 inches in thickness continuous with
a foundation 12 inches to 16 inches in
thickness. While placing the concrete
set anchoring bolts one-half inch in
diameter and eighten inches long with
I an elbow on the lower end in the found
ation in a vertical position. These
, bolts, six in to eight in number, should
extend ten inches above the founda
tion wall. After the silo is complete
the staves next to the anchoring bolts
can be securely bolted to them.
The silo floor may be dispensed with
only when the ground on which tiie
silo is located is Very firm. The ad
vantages of a floor are: The silo can
be easily cleaned; protects silage from
rats; and no loss from spoilage at bot
i torn. A tile of vitrified sewer pipe
! should be laid under the flor. This
i drain removes excess moisture when
from mistake or bad weather condi
tions the silage crop is put into the
j mouth of the drain should be covered
I with a heavy wire screen Of the modi.
Eat Less Meat and Take Salts
for Backache or Bladder
Uric acid in meat excites the kid
neys, they become overworked; got
sluggish, ache, and feel like lumps ot
lead. The urino becomes cloudy; the
bladder is imt ilea, and you may be
obliged to seek relief two or three times
luring the night. Wnen the kidneys
'log vou must help them flush off the
body's urinous waste or you'll be a
real sick person shortly. At first you
feel a dull misery in the kidney region,
you suffer from backache, sick head
ache, dizziness, Btomach gets sour, the
tongue coated and yon reel rheumatic
twinges when the weather is bad.
tat less meat, drink lots of water;
also fet from any pharmacist four ounc
es of .Tad Salts; take a tablcspoonful
in a glass oi water beroro breakfast
for a few days and your kidneys will
then act fine. This famous salts is
made from the acid of gripes and lem
on juice, combined with lithin, and has
been used for fenerations to clean clog
ged kidneys and stimulate them to nor
mal activitv. also to neutralize the acid
in nrine, so it no longer is a source of
irritation, thus ending bladder weak
ness. Jad Salts is inexpensive, cannot in
jure; makes a delightful effervescent
lithia-wnter drink which everyone
should take now and then to keep the
Kidneys clean and active. Druggists
here say they sell lots of Jad Salts to
folks who believe in overcoming kid
ney trouble while it is only trouble.
Try Capital Journal Want Ada.
Try Capital Journal Want Ada.
Silo Door Construction.
The doors of a silo should fit snug
ly and be convenient to handle. In
some silos on the market a number of
patents constitute good selling points
but do not add to the efficiency of the
silo. The door frmne may be construct
ed of two pieces of 4x0-inch lumber,
the length being the same as that of
the staves. (The frame stands edge
wise with incr edge flush with in
side surfaeo of staves), in each of
the 4x0 pieces a rubild one inch wide
and one and five-eighths deep should
be cut the entire length. On one side
of one piece a groove, and on the op
posite side of the other, a tongue, arc
cut no that a smooth, tight, inside sur
face is insured at the door jambs. The
door frame is held together and the
proper width secured by the use of
half-inch bolts, 29 inches in length,
which pass through the dor posts, and
one-half or three-quarter insh gas pipe,
20 inches in length. The space should
be 22 inches in the loner half of the
door frame and 2ti inches in the re
mainder. Holes should be bored for
the silo hoops, using a bit one-sixteenth
larger than tho diameter of the
hoops, so that the hoops will full just
below the gas pipes in tho lower half of
the dor frame, and 0 iticho below hot
won the remaining pipes. Iron wash
ers are placed betwen the ends of the
gis pipes and the door posts. The door
frame should be erected on the foiindu
tion wall at the desired place for the
door, and plumbed and securely bolt
ed. Erecting Silo Staves.
Materinl for the silo staves may be
secured from a company that makes
a specialty of manufacturing lumber
for such purposes or from the locil
lumber dealer, ('aro should be exer
cised in placing tho order to insure on
ly select material free from small knots
with good edges and with three cightlis
to one-half inch tongue and groove,
and beveled to give tight inside and
outside surfaces. Staves should be
piled in such manner when unloaded
that it will be unnecessary to turn
them when ready to erect. The out
side surface being wider than the in
side surface, this can easily bo done.
By the use of a half-inch rope, a man
on the highest walk of tho seuffolding
or tie ton of tho dor frame can draw
the staves up w ith the assist nice or a
man handling the lower end of the
stave. The first stave can be ton
nailed to the door post at the top and
bottom, and succeeding staves held in
place by barrel staves of lath, which
have ben water soaked, which will be
tacked to each stave as erected at
both the top and tho bottom inside of
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
A Quick, handy reference for busy people
Salem Electrie Co., Masonic Temple, 127 North High Main 12M
PLUMBING, STEAM PITTINO AND TINNING
T. M. Barr, 164 South Commercial street Main l&i
TRANSFER AND DEATAGB
Salem Truck Ic Dray Co, corner State and Front atreets Main 7
Try This on Your Eczema
If you are afflicted with Salt Rheum, Tetter,
dry Eczema, Acne or Pimples, buy a jar of Dry
Zensal. For that watery eruption, or Weeping
Skin, use Moist Zensal, 50c the jar,
CENTRAL PHARMACY, formerly Poole's Dr.ug Store
10 Oregon Kxpross ....
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The farmers of Jordan are nil looking
for good weather to K"t their crops in.
Joe Bender, the road supervisor com
menced working toad last week.
Kdd liund is hauling tics for the
Juiigwirth Hros. lumber company.
The leap year danco given by the
young ladies' society wus a great suc
cess, from start to finish, a large crowd
attended and everyone had an enjoyable
Miss Minnie Silbernagel left Hominy
for tho l.ulu,y and Seinler sawmill,
where she is employed iu the boarding
Hub Bryant of Allmny motored to
the Jordan Valley Mock ftirui on busi
(ie rge Zelinskie of Knlein was seen
in Jordan Inst Saturday.
Mike Kink went to Sulem to visit
home folks Hundtiy.
Joidun is expecting a long stretch of
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0 a. in.-.Mnn., Wed,, Krl.
, .7 a. ni. Men., IVcd., Frl.
II u.. ni Men., Wed., Ft I.
10 a. m .Ui ii., Weil., Frl.
... 0 a. m. Xuis., Thurs., Hat.
crushed rockroud. Contracts being nv
nrded to A. J. Siilzl and brother, Cliaili n
Krnnk Peppcrling and Frank Flutman.
Kach contract culls for one thousand
yard of crushed rock.
Jiieob and Silvester .Silbciuiigi'l had
some dental work done iu StHViun IukI.
llnrvc" Shelton and wife were Sun
day visitors nt the 1'. 11. Uilyeti home.
August Bonder motoiod to Mill City
One of C. A. Silbei nugol's horses had
the misfortune of getting r severe wiu
cut, it required eight stitches to sew Mj
C. Schneider has almost enniplcle.1
his grubbing with a ton of powder
which he purchased this spring. Slay
This is such a fast ago n man hardly
lias time to dot his i's, mid Misfits ic
thinking of changing his Mime Ir