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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOT'RNAL. SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 24. lfllfi.
HQ A I f7TVy?
1 Day Only
The One You Have Been Waiting for
89TH ANNUAL TOUR
' I i f 1 1l 1 1 i mw f t n m 4 11
5 ACRES OF TENTED WONDERS
4 RING CIRCUS-
A Marvelous Display,
of Arenic Triumphs
Big Free Street Parade
SEAT SALE AT CENTRAL PHARMACY.
UST ' word Mr.Trt.
!f Mc. Horn LevM
UST nttr Hotl Not.
toniii hotpltiblt dom
UST felect large, cheer
Jul room (or youl itay
UST Itop.-t long, long
tim ..ot e iriort, ihort time
UST trp nrvice that tn
ticipitaf avtry thing., an atmos.
phare that dlihu
UST malte itert toward
btttar nalth--tnjo tk many
inj noonvtnin masl
UST meet end Hobnob
with friandl ki tht airy lobby
UST rest Jour'weary bones'
on truly luxurious bad and
aurTandar to plrannt draamr
UST trie thinfl that appeal)
Roonu aJlth privilal of bath St
or more tin day. Roomi with
private bath $1.5 0 or mer the it)
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BISHOPS CHANGE RESIDENCES
Saratoga. X. V.. May 24. Effective
:it the end of t li c Methodist general
conference iiro a number of iiniottrtnt
.changes in tin" Episcopal residences if
newly elected bishops and also trans
fers of old bishops, it wis learned to
day. Ciiiof unions those are the fol
Adnn W. Leonard of Seattle to San
Matt S. Hughes of l'assndoua to
Edwin 11. Unfiles from San l-'ru ncis
eo to Boston.
Richard .1. Cook f rmi Portland, dr..
to Helena, .Mont.
The couf'ereuee today defeated a
resolution providing for consolidation
of several church magazines. Bishop
Bnshford was assigned to Peking,
Bishop Lewis to Shanghai, and Bishop
Welsh to Korea.
about your digestive
troubles, sick headache,
tired feeling or constipation.
The depression that induces
worry is probably due to a
disordered liver, anyway.
Correct stomach ailments
at once by promptly taking
They aid digestion, regulate
the bile, gently stimulate
the liver, purify the blood
and clear the bowels of all
waste matter. Safe, sure,
speedy. Acting both as a
gentle laxative and a tonic,
Beecham's Pills help to
L-ntt 31 of Any Medtctn bl Hi World,
Soid rrrrkM. 1m botM, 10c, 25c.
Salem Boy President
of U. 0. Junior Class
Roland Geary leads the senior class
for the year I9HI-17 in the capacity
of presiilent. Tain was the decision of
the votes in the annual election yes
terday afternoon. " llawkshaw " won
out over "Scoop" Rathbuu 3S votes
The other officers chosen were: Mil
dred llronn, vice president; Olive Ris
ley, secretary; Ben Fleschinan, treasur
er and Harry Lynch, sergennt-at-arms.
Kenneth Moores, of Salem, by a
count of 7!' to lit I votes, won over
Kenneth I'artlelt, of Kstaeadn, for the
position of president of the junior
class of next year. The annual election
were held in Guild hill yesterday and
but 115 sophomores out of u class of
250 exercised their right to vole the
Lillian Littler was elected vice-president
of the class. She received 4"
votes, being seconded by Dorothy Dun
bar with 35, and James Uriscol with .'ill.
Marion Springer won over Mnrtha Tin
ker lor t lie secretaryship in one ot the
most exciting nnishes ever recorded in
class records. The count was 58 to 57
and the winner was in doubt until the
last, ballot had been opened, llirold
Tregilgas. unopposed for -the office of
treasurer, received 113 votes to his
credit. -Oregon Knierald.
(Capital Journal Special Service)
l-'ruitlnnd. -May 24. Miss Grace Cole
man was present at the exercises in
the church Suudnv evening.
Mrs. Baker was plcasmitly surprised
by a group of her neighbors coining m
last Thursday and helping in her firm
Mr. and Mrs. Thompson's son Aruiur
and his wife lire here from California
Rose and Klmer Otlerbein spent on
day lfternoiin with the Lent family
Mr. and Mrs, T.atten were visiting
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don
aldson last Sunday afternoon.
The Coulsou family are moving in the
old Xelson place this week. They in
tend to start the store in a small way
increasing as the tride warrants.
Fred De Vries has bought a new
Saxon car and will soon be seen .show
ing off his driving ability.
Frog Gerig went over to Keer sta
tion to piny ball last Sunday.
A huge crowd of people from Salem
came out Sunday in nuloinubiles and
gave i fine program at trie church.
Song, choir; opening talk, Deo. Coop
er: reading, Frankie Kdwards; talk,
l.uella Tompkins: song, Frank re
reading, Mis Wallace: talk.
Curtis; reading, F.lla Williams:'
. 10. Dotv; quartette, Bessie
Flla Wiiliuns. Bert F.d wards.
Strushnugh: reading. Fran. .ie
s; sung, choir.
Medford In Line
s to Build Railway
I Nfe.lfi.rd. Or., May 2. Medford
voted five I" one yesterday in Cuvor
'of auieiiiliiig the city charier, lulhori-
; ing the city to vote .WOO.UOll bonds tor
I the construction of a railroad to 11. e
( 1'lue Ledge mine.
In spite of the unfavorable weather
'a large vote was pulled, the result be
ing 1 : ;r; I for and -I'.", against the issue.
, The largest majoiity for the bonds
was in the First ward, with lis f,,r the
bond- i i i 1 ariiust.
: When informed of the vote, S. S.
' I'.ollis, owner- of the traction enmpanv.
.which proposes to build the road, said
he would now otfer a contract to the
city whi.-h he believed would be ac
cepted by as large a majority.
A second election will he held in the
near future, when the peopl-.- niil voic
upon the contract and, if that pns-es.
, construction will be -irte. as ooii i.
ithe bonds are marketed.
(Capital Mourual Special Service)
Silverton, Or.. May 24. Among those
to attend the field meet at Sulem last
Saturday were ewev Allen and sis
ter Faye, who were accompanied by
the Misses . .vien Browne, Hilda Chase
ind Kstella Stuart.
Miss Anui Plinslty came over from
Salem for an over Sunday visit with
her father anil brother who are num
bered among the new business men of
Mrs. W. W. Scott has taken over the
Cov.age hotel and moved in the first
of the week.
Bert Farnsworiu was on the sick
list the last of the week.
Joe Luis 'and son Kdward were at
Mt. ngel Suiuliy iuutmooii visiung
the home folks, returning on the even
J. W. Hyett and wife accompanied!
by Mr. and Mrs. John T. Iloblitt and
family motored over into Polk count v
Sueday. Their trip led them via Dal
las, Monmouth and Independence and
was much enjoyed by all.
J. L. Stalker is punning to build a
new resilience on Mill street. The con
tract has been 'et to Messr. Hee.rv
Grazier and Arthur C'hamness. Before
the work on the new residence can be
started the old house will be moved
back on the lot and remodeled to rent.
Johif Slovev who has been section
boss for the Silver Falls Timber Co.,
has 'fone to Suit Lane, X'tah, to work
the next three months, when he will
leave for Argentine, South America,
where he has accepted a position with
an Knglish syndicate to do sonic rail
road work. I
A bunch of Silverton young people
chartered handcars Saturday night aud
went out the-logging roan to a dance
at Mr. Johnsons. A dandv good time
is the way they all tell it, and boun
teous lunch was passed among the
crowd before leaving for home at a
very late hour.
The recital given liv Mrs. Gertrude
Smith's juipils on Monday evening was
a great success and enjoyed by a large
Mrs. Joseph Lais mil daughter Kve
lyn went to Downe station on the Sun
day afternoon passenger, for a short
visit with the former's mother, Mrs.
Mrs. Alfred Williams came home
from Woodbiirn Saturday after a pleas
ant visit with relatives at that place.
Miss Meva Blackerby went to Town
send to spend the week end with her
sister C.issie who teaches the school
at that place.
H. Owen and sister Mrs. Plina Cir
cle returned from Drain. Ore., Monday
after a two weeks visit at the home
of their brother George.
K. S. Robinson is among the many
from Silverton to go to Montana where
the report comes that men are scare
and wages good
i' vv I.-.,..,,,. o.i r;.. i...i.i , i
Md laiiie accompanied Mrs. M. E.l
Imbo.len to her home in Portland M on-
dnv. Mrs. Inibodeti is a sister of u,. i
Keene she came Sunduv for a short
Dr. F. 1). Lewis, wiio formerly prac
ticed in this city, was an over Sunday
guest of friends here. He is now in the
employ of the government on the ma
riue medical staff loc.lted at San Fran
cisco. The G. W. Loomis family are enjoy
ing a visit from their daughter Mrs.
.1. W. Willis and children of Lavina,
Mont., who came Saturday for n months
stay with relatives here.
Mrs. S. E. Rich irdson and little son
attended the field meet at Salem Sat
urday. Mrs. If. L. Xutting accompanied by
her son IScrnard spent the lust of the
week with Portland relatives, return
ing home Sunday evening.
John Quail is again at work for the
Pacific Transfer Co.
-liss Leona Sperling of Independ
ence was a week end guest at the home
of her friend Kora Browne in this city.
Miss Katheryn Slade of Salem vis
ited it the home of her brother Claude
I'. Slade Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Hazel Fuller came from Wood
burn fur a visit with her grand par
ents, Mr. aud Mis. (,. W. Loomis, on
T. E, Preston has been very sic k with
a severe attack of appendicitis, but is
reported much better at this writing.
Miss Kita Farnsworth has recovered
from a combination of grip nn l sore
throat that kept her from school sever-
Mrs. Hr.vce McKinlev relumed f rom
Portland Siturdav after a month spent
with her son Otis and family getting
Zemo for Dandruff
iou do not want a slow treatment
when hair is falling and the dandruff
perm is killing the hair roots. Delav
means no hair.
tiet, at ouy drnir store, a bottle of
zemo for 2.c or $1.00 for extra largo
uze. Use as direrted, for it does the
work quickly. It kills the dandruff Rerm
nourishes the hair roots and immediately
stops itching sialp. it is sure and safe,
is not greasy, is easy to use and will not
Ktain. Niaps nnd shampoos are harm
ful, as they contain alkali. The best
,llims, to use is zemo, for it Is pure uud
When In SALEM, OREGON, itoi at
Free and Private Baths
RATES: 75c, $1.00, $1.50 PER DAI
The only hotel in the business district.
N'earest to all Dipot, Theatres and
A Home Away From Home,
T. O. BLIGH, Prop.
Both Phones. Free Auto Bni.
Why Not Use
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A a tonk) and remedial agent In the
treatment of tuberculosis, this ele
ment is being studied by scientists
and physicians everywhere.
For more than two decides users of
Eckman's Alterative have tested its
efllcncy in such cases, for calolum
chlorid is one of the chief constitu
ents of this preparation, which has
produced beneficial results in thou
sands of instances. And In this, form
it is so combined as to be easily
If you are thus afflicted, a trial may
prove this to be Just what is needed
to assist Nature in bringing about a
return to normal health.
It is safe to take, because It con
tains no poisonous or habit-forming
drugs of any sort.
At your druggist's.
Eckmaa Laboratory. Philadelphia.
acquainted with the little granddaugh
ter that lately tmved at that home.
i D. Brookler of Portland was a
guest at the home of her sister Mrs.
Will Neil and family Friday aud Sat
urday. I. Miller was doing some papering
for Mrs. Matt Brown on the W. F.
Xeul place on First street the past
Mr. Geer who lately came to Silver
ton from Carlton and is living in one
of the Trullinger houses on First street
was quite ill Sunday, with Dr. Wright-
iiinn in attendance.
S THE MARKETS -1
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. Correction! are made
Tt is rather a monotonous
reading the markets reports.
tale is the same every day, All that
can be said has been said and that is,
mill feed stuffs arc strong and the egg
market shows .some signs of strength
cning after holding at a level of '20
cents for six weeks.
From now on, strawberries win sell
at market, which means that when
there is an over supply, prices will
fall aud when the supply falls off, and
the demand continues, prices will
climb .up a peg or so. Today the
wholesale price ranges from $2 to $2.o0
Oats, vetch $17.0017.50
! Wheat 8Sc
' Oats 40e
i Rolled barlej . $35.00
racuerj corn a.uu
P'011 : ZTlrn
bhorts, per ton S-J-M
A'taiia, ion f.uu
Creamery butter, per pound ... 29c
Country "butter 20c22c
Eggs and Poultry.
Eggs, caso count, cash .......... 20o
Eggs, trade 21c
Hens, pound '13(S'14c
Roosters, old, per pound U(H)10c
Broilers, under 2 pounds 2025c
Fork, Veal and Mutton.
Veal, dressed Be
Pork, dressed 1010 l-2c,
Pork, on foot 88ft
Spring lambs, 1910 .'. 8c
Cows 4S l-2c
Bulls : 3 l-2'4c
Ewes - 5a
Green onions 40e
Green poppers 25c
Green peas 7c
Egg plant 18c
Carrots, sack $100
j Carrots,, dozen 4.jc
I Onions, Bermuda . .. $l.i5(fi 2.00
' I ii.intia I irncrrin .... :.ii..iif
!"!"' U' K
Rhubarb .".-. 40c
Florida celery ' $4 'i0
Oranges, Navels $2.25(aT5n
Lemons, per box $4.004.50
Bananas, pound 5c
Apples, Hood Kiver $1.75
California grape fruit $3.00
Florida grape fruit $5.00(a$6.00
Pineapples - 7 l-2o
Honev - $3.50
Strawberries $2f 2
Cherries, box $1.50
Eggs, per dozen, fresh ranch 25c
Sugar, cano : $8.75
Sugar, beet $855
Creamery butter 35c
Flour, hard wheat'-..'. $1.00.1.70
X'lour, valley $1.30(i 1.25
Portland, Ore., May 21 Wheat:
Bluestem, t.Vn 1.02 12.
Fortvfold. 9'Jf'C.i7c,;. ,
Oats": No. I while" feed, $2ii.25fVi
2i.75. . .
Bnrlcv: Feci. $2T.fifl.
Hogs: Best live, tH.WCi 9.00.
Prime steer'ifX.SOfti 9.00.
Faucv cows.- $s00.
Calves. $8.00. . '
Spring luml.K, 49.50.
Butter: City creamery, 29c.
Eggs: Selected liH-al ex., 23(fi 24e. ,
liens,. IMft Ki l-2c.
(lceo, info lie. "
Notice of Improvement of Fairgrounds
Notice is hereby given that the com-
I mou council deems, it expedient so to
do. anil hereby declares its purpose
J uul intention to improve Fairgrounds
I Koad between the west line of Suin
I mer street and the west line of t lie
I Oregon & California Railway coin
j pany's right-of-way at the expense of
' bv grading, curbing, and i.aviuir. said
lliu nooning l.'o. W'l. . cut projipn.v,
portion of paid street with 1 five inch
Classified Advertising Page
two-eourso Bituminous Concrete pave-
tuent, consisting of a one and one-half
inch Bituminous Concrete wearing sur-1
face laid on a three and one-half inch
Bituminous Concrete base in accord
ance with the plans, specifications and
estimates for the improvement of Fiir
giounds Koad between the west line of
Summer street and the west line of
the Orujgon & California Railway com
pany's right-of-way, adopted by the i
common council on the 1st day of Hay, ;
1!16, and now on file in the office of
the city recorder, which for greater
certainty and convenience are hereby I
'tivuni m uuu mine u pare or inis no
tice; being that character or kind of . , ,
improvement known and dvsignated in c, , . EVEBTTHINQ ELEOTEIOAi
said plans, specifications and estimates I Salcm E'e:tn Co., Masonie Temple, 127 North High
as "Bituminous Concrete Pavement
The common council kcreby declares
its purpose and intention to make the !
said above described improvement by
ind through the street improvonn't
department of the city. I
Bv order of the common council. !
CIIAS. F. ELGIN, Citv Recorder.
Dated this 17th day of May, 1010. j
Mav 29. i
DR. 0. L. SCOTT Graduato of Chiro
practic's Fountain Held, Davenport,
- Iowa. If you have tried everything
and - got no relief, try Chiroprac
tic spinal adjustments and get well.
Office 406-7-8 U. S. National Bank
Building. Phone Main 87. Residence
CLEANERS AND DYERS
APPAREL SERVICE COMPANY
138 South High street We clean
. press, repair, remodel and rcdino
clothing and furs. Careful attention
given ill work. We call and deliver.
DR. O. A. OLSON, Dentist Adminis
ters nitrous ozid and oxygen gas.
Room 214.. Masonic Temple. Phone
440. Saieni, Oregon.
REDUCED FREIGHT RATES To and
from all points cast, 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. Phono Main 933.
9ALEM WATER COMPANY Office
corner Commercial and Trado streets.
For wnter service apply at office.
Bills payable monthly in advance.
FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping
rooms, 691 N. Com'l. Phono 24.14-W.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished house
keeping rooms reasonable, ooo rnorth
Commercial street. tf
WANTED To trade town property for
farm. 395 N. 14th, may24
WANTED Second hand one horse
wagon. C. W. Parker, liouto 3. ma'il
WANTED Place to trun gophers and
moles for 10c each .ind board. Claude
Harris; 314 X. 18. ' may25
WANTED A good stock farm. We
have to offer in payment first mort
gage of $4550 on well improved farm
and n good city property worth $1,
800. Square Deal Realty Co., 202 U.
S. Bank Bld. Phone 470. tf
A. O. U. W. Protection Lodge, No. 2,
Sleets every Monday evening at 8 In the
McCornuck hull, corner Court and Liberty
streets. II. o. Donaldson, M. V. ; H. A,
McPadden, recorder ; A. L. lirowu,
SAI.KM LOIXilJ No. 4, A. F. 4 A. M.
.Stated coiuiniinliiilliiiis llrst Friday In
each nionlli at 7 ::t p. in. In the Masonic
Temple. I 'has. McCartcr, W. 51. ; S. Z,
8AI.H.M HP.MANB SOl'II"rVI). D, Keeler.
president; Mrs. Lou Tllls'.u, secretary. All
cases of cruelty or nevlect of dumb nni-
inuls should be reported to the secretary
iur iiivcsi iguiioil.
CKXTUAT, I.fiiKiK, No. 18. K. ot P. Mc-
( ornack building. Tuesday evening of
em u ween at V :;. J. I. liciucl, c. C. ;
w. i. iiiison, iv. or it. and s.
It. N. OF A. "Oregon f!ni Camp." No.
IIMJO, meets every Thursday evening in
nici oriincK Dunning, rourt anil l.Uiertv
streets; elevator. Mrs. Hjlvla Schuuiip,
inn aiursct, ono'ic; .Mrs. .Mciivsu rer
sons, recorder, 1JI10 North Cutuuicrclal.
i'lione l i:;-.M.
MOWOItN WOOHMICN W A MKItICA Ore
gon Cedar Cump, No. r.L'lH, meets every
iiiursdiiy I'veuinK at H o chick u M
Coriinck hall, corner Court and Liberty
streets. I-Jevnlor servh-e. Oo. Kcluohl,
v. i:. ; J. A. vt right, clerk.
CUAIIWICK ClIAI'TFIt, No. ;i7. O. E. S.
Itekitlar meeting every first nnd third
luesoiiy at H p. m. In the viiionlc I em
pl. Mlnnl.! .Nkieller, V. M. J Ida M.
WOODMKN ." TUB U'OKI.II Meet every
i'l'iday nl:ltt in H o'clock In Mci 'm ini, k
block, 11. w . Maiey. ('. r. : L. s Ceer
clerk, 50" Court street. I'lione WJ.
UK MOI.AY CO.MMANIiKlty. No. ,1, K. T
HcKuliir conclave l'ourih Friday in each
nionlli at H o'clock, p in., in Mi. sonic 7'ern
ple. Sojourning sir Knights nr.. conrle
oimly invlfeil to meet Willi us Lot L.
I'eurce, K. C I'rnuk Turner, recorder.
UNITEO AUTISANS Capital Assembly,
No. Ht, meeis every Wediiesduv at 8 p. ni.
- In Moose hall. ('. O. Mullock, M. A.;
(.'. Ilaudiill, sAiretury, Salliu Hunk o(
HOIiSON COCXCIL, No. 1, It. & M. M
Stulcd nssenibly llrst Mondny In euch
month. Mns'M.h- Temple. N. P. ItUMm.is.
sen. Thrice Illustrious Muater ; Ulcuu C.
SAI.EM corxrn, No. 2H22--Kulghts nnd
I, miles of Security Meet everv 2nd and
-It h W'edriesdi.y euch month ut Hurst Hall.
Vlsttlng nuiniiers ure Invhed to alteinl.
K. F. Wullon, Iliuiucler, 4SO S. 1-ltU St.
PACIFIC I.OIiOE No. r.0, A. V. 4 A. M.
Slute.l eott.inunirntloiis third i'rlday
In euch moiulj t 7 :30 p. in. In the
Masonic T"mp!t. Hal V. Itolulu, W. M. ;
Hun-si II. C'boate. ecrelaiy.
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
A Quick, handy reference for busy people
PLUMBING, STEAM FITTING AND TINNING
T. M. Ban, 164 Booth Commercial street Uaia WJ
TBANSFEB AND DRAYAGE
Salem Truck & Dray Co., corner State and Front street. Kala 71
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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 PIIARMCY, foraisrly Poole's Drug Siore
0 :00 a. m
. 0.12 a. m.
0 :'St a. m.
11 :5! a. m.
t ;M p. m.
5 :00 p. m.
20 1'ortlund l'asseuger.
li 1'ortland wxpresH
8 :00 p. m.
'JL' Purtinnd fast Frnliht 10-.:iO D. n.
No. 6 Luval wuy I-'reinht. . . .10 :3u a. m.
No. 1." California Kspress.... 3:32a.m.
No. 17 Roseburg Pnsseog.r . . 1 1 :?0 a. m.
No. o;i Kxposltlon Special ...10:22a.m.
No. 19 Cottage Orove rass. ..4:17 p. ui.
Makes connection with No. 74 Geer
No. 11 Nhnsta Limited S :43 p. m.
No. 27 Willamette Limited... 8:10p.m.
No. 13 Sun Francisco Kxpress 10 :30 p. m,
No. 221 Sun t-rancisco l-ast
. 8 :10 a. m.
. .1) :IW a. m.
..2:00 p. m.
No. 225 Local way Krelaht...
sai.km l.Kf.n Lisa.
No. 73 Arrives at Salem
lo, 7(1 Leaves Sulem
No. 7.1 Ar. Salem (mixed)
No. 71 Leave Sulem
,4 .20 p. ni.
No connection south of Gecr.
Sai.km, Faixh Citt and WnsranM.
No. 1(11 Lv. Sulem, motor ..
No. Klli Lv Salem, motor ...
No. ill", Lv. Snlem, motor ,.
No. 107 Lv. Salem, motor . .
No. 109 Lv. Salem, motor ...
. ..7:tM)a. m.
. . It :45 a. m.
. . 1 : to p. m.
. . 4 :(0 p. in.
. . 8 :15 p. tn.
. . 5 :00 a. m.
. . 8 .10 a. ni.
..11 2i ii. in.
. . 3 :1o p. ui.
. . tl :0O p. m.
. 7 :4." p. m.
. . 1 :;i5 p. m.
No. 2:t9 Way Fr't lv. Salem.,
No. 102 Ar. Sulem
No, lot Ar. falem
No. 1J1 Ar. Sulem
No. mti Ar. Sul.-m
No. 170 Ar. Salem
No. 210 Way Fr'l ar. Salem,
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5 :II7 p. in
7 ::u p.
I'OntJ.iND TO HAI.K1I
Lv. Portland. Ar. Sulem
if: 15 a. m A:", (Sulem only.
8:23 a. m. ... 0 Limited 10:11 a. m.
MEALS Joe and up, Hotcalies or
mush and milk free with all breuk
flist orders. Soup, bread and butter
2 vegetables and pie, tea, coffee or
milk And 1 kind of meat for 15c; 2
kind, of meat, for 25c. Short orders
any time of day. Scotts 179 8. Com
mercial St. I
SALK.M SCAVENGER Charles Soos '
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all,
irindu removed on monthly contracts;
at reasonable rates. Yard uud cess-
nools cleaned. .Office phono
ltesidence M.iin 227'-'.
WEBB & CI.OfOH CO C. B. Webb,
A. M., Clough mortici.ins and funeral
directors. Latest modern met.iods
known to the profession employed
499 ''ourt St. Main 120, Main 9-8.
It XT, DON' RICH A Ht'sON CO. Pi i n e nil
.directors and undertakers, 2-.2 North
High street. Dav and night phone
FOIl SALE CHEAP One 5 room Inm-i
Etilow, 1 block from -car line; I cot-
1ag. .! blocks from' Hotel Manoa,;
1-'J block from carlinc. Call or write;
.III.-..-, l-'errv St. tf
FOR SALE 50 or 100 acres river bot
tom laud, high building ground, on
Oregon Electric, 9 miles north of Al
bany, near school and store.- Terms
Vill take nome property in trade, h.
Anderson, Talbot, O. may2S
FOUR VALLEY FARMS For sale by
owner on county- road nnd railroad.
50 to 290 acres each, good buildings,
goon m,;;, r.H under cultivation, dose
to nerool, pn.-es reasoni.Je, naif
cash, balance time at U per cent or
modern income bearing city property.
P. O. Box 240, Salons tf
Oonoral Feed a
Small Livery Stable
C. W. TRAIN
S54 Ferry. Thone 28t
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Woodbubm Local Dailt Licaw? annoxis
No. 11 1 Leaves Sulem .......... 3 :40 p. m.
No. 63 Arrives la Salem 3 :23 p. ra.
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WILLAMETTE IlIVHR ROUTB
OreKon City Transportation Company
Leave Portland for Oregon City, Bnttevllle,
Newherg, Mission (St. Paul), Wheatland.
Suleai (dully except Sunday) . .0 :4.") a. m.
Leave Portland for Independent
Albnny t'orvallls, (Tuea., Thurs., Hat.)
6 :4j a. m.
Corvallls 8 s. m. Mon., Wed., FrL
Albany 7 a. m. Mon., Wed., Krl.
Indiix-ndence. . . . 0 a., m Mon., Wed., FrL
Snlem 19 a. m Mon., Wed., FrL
Salem t) u. m. Tucs., Thurs., Sat.
MONEY TO LOAN
ON Good Real Estate Security.
THOS. K. FORD
Over Ladd & Buah Bank, Salem, Oregoa
MONEY TO LOAN V
ON OOOD REAL ESTATE SECURITY
HOMER H. SMITH
SALEM FENCE and
R. B. FLEMING, Prop.
Depot American Fence
flutes, Plain and Barbed Wire.
Paints. Oils and Varnishes.
Hoofing, Posts, Hop Hooks
40 Years Making Stoves
Stoves rebuilt and repaired.
Stoves bought and sold.
250 Court Street. Phone 124
Back of Chicago Store
Chinese Medicine and
Has medicine which will
cure any known disease.
133 South Hiffh Street,
Salem, Ore. Phone 283