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TW. DATLY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. MONDAY. MAY 29. 1916.
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HARBY Window cleaner, Phone 703.
PHONE 937 For wood saw.
FRONT APARTMENTS Ground floor
491 N. Cottage. tf
LOT TO TRADE For team. Inquire
4G1 Court street. m.iy30
FOR RENT SIGNS For gale at Cap
ital Journal office. tf
LOST Dark green sweater, return to
Journal office. Reward. may21)
GOOD Furnished house to rent, close
iu. Phone Main 4 or 47. tf
YOUNG MAN 18 rears, wants work
for the summer. IS care Journal. m-Hj
ii.r. STRAWBERRY PICKERS -Wanted
8 acres. Jack Bailey, R. i, box M. ;
FOR RENT 4 room modern house.;
furnished or unfurnished, 230 S. 14th;
' I FOR RENT Business block room, size
FOR RENT Two modern nouses, close 18xS0 feet. 407 State street. In
in. Call at 5t?." North Cottage. Phone qire at 4o3 gtate phone, 1009.
lt'Ol. - mayiij Maurice Klinger. tf
$800 TO LOAN" On good real estate. ;
security. Ivan ('. .Martm. Masonic :
Temple. tnny:i0 '
FOR BENT Strictly modem 0 room'
house, also a cheap house. Phone
2054-J. mayi!) ;
IiOST Ladies tatted purse, containing'
$20 gold piece nud some silver.!
Phone 1104. niayi!) j
FURNISHED rooms and housekeeping j
appartments, rates reasonable, close
in, 160 Court. tf
HOME COMFORT TiAXGE For sale
cheap, in excellent condition, 287 8. ,
Winter street. may20
FOB RENT Furnished and unfurnish- j
ed rooms in Hubbard building. W. i
H. Norris. Room 304. tf ;
WANTED Experienced girl for gen
eral house work. Call St 270 N. I3lh
Mrs. Harry Clay. tf
WANTED TO KENT." room fully
iinodern bungalow or cottage with
garage. Phone 511. tf
FOR RENT Flat close in. furnished
or unfurnished. Phone 823-J, or call
at 232 North Cottage St. tf
FOR SALE 200 acres at Lyle, Wash..
will consider some trade on clear
property. Aumist Ranch, Salem. Or.
FOB RENT Nice furnished room in j
evr house in private family, 3 blocki ;
from P. O. Inquire G-10 care Journ- !
FOR SALE 18 acres, good terms. 18
in crops snd fruit, fair buildings
best soil. W. W. Lander, Salem R '
9. june15 .
FOR SALE lOi'i sheep, not sheared.:
and about i- limbs, lu.iuire at til?
Capital Journal office, Salem Ore-i
ong. mav31 i
FOR SALE Good Jerev milk row i fr French war orphan. The money was
giving 3 1-2 gallon of milk, a btr' raised at Garden fetes here. It nils
saip. Phone t"F2. Walter Pcarm'me. estimated that the sum would care for
R. 8. tf (2U'i children for the year.
FOR SALE At bargain prices, on
Troy lanndry mangle !0 inches, store
shelving, two teams and Shetland
pony, 2 double buggies, one sinelf
buggT. H. Stemboi'k, o02 A. Com i
rtcr't ?P9. tf
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M. A. GUNST & CO.
VOl! SALE ." fine .lorsev joifcrs. one
fresh. I'hpne HFl.'l. innvSl
HOUSEKEEPER WANTF.D Middle
aged. Phono 4yF4. may31
FOR SAT.K Pony, quiet to ride or
drive, lix. 1 IS, It. 0. juue3
DRESSMAKING Au J plain sewing
for $l.'Jd a day. Phone GO;!. lnnvSU
LOST White bull dog and a speckled
fox terier. Return to CiVi S. Oipitol.
Liberal reward. mav2il
t'XDEHWOOD TVP K W RITE R G ood
as new, two-color ribbon, backspace!'
etc. 10.00. J 27(J. mayai
WANTED Unfurnished room in pri
vate home for storing household
goods until Sept. 1st. Phone SMK m29
FOR RENT Furnished room with out
side entrance, close in, modem cou
venicnics. 20 S. Cotragc. Phono
BRICK MAKING MACHINE and
about fifty thousand brick for sale
at a bargain. United States National
WANTED By two Indies, responsible
housekf-'per who will go home niglus
Call Tuesdav only after p. m. 837
( enter St. ' ' nmy29
rOR SALE 3 hlf truck Studebakei
wuguu. iu iraue lur ueavier wagon,
eorawooa or stumpage. iwstj l,ee.
Phone 1322-J. tf
FOR li'iINT (1 room modern cottage,
4 blocks tiom st:te houi'C, $12 per
month. S.e Mr. Lynch at of
Commerce or Phone J'44, j'ine3
WANTED Cookhouse flunkey for log
liiiiir emu) at P.lack Rock. (ire. Annlv
to (iniut Holt, care Spauhling i.otf
ging (o., front A: lerry, Salem, Or.
I AM Taking orders for summer and
fall delivery of wood. I will give a
lower price now than I will late in
the season. John H. Scott, phone 1552
After offico hours, 022. june20
FOR SALE Pest slfrt order restnur-
in triirn I 'nmr,l(itfl fin. In tvnt-rn.
fountain and ire eiv.1,11 equipment. !
(ViupioJe outl'ii for rreii market. See
A. Kitternian. with Vv. H. Gribeu-j
Jiorst & Co., 275 Stale St. m:iv2'J
LOGANBERRY PICKERS Wanted to
register to pick 4." acres of ripe ber
ries. Xo green fruit this season. Free
wood and potato patch, fine camp
ground, half mile to street car of
Salem Heights. Phone 21F2. tf
THREE MEN WANTED To fill posi
tions .it salaries ranging from $75
to $12.1 Expanding business of Sa
lem firm creates nbove openings.
Give ace, business experience, refer
cures and .idilress. Communication
confidential. Simill investment re
quired. Address P. O. llox 275. ma30
For all Kinds of rnsur.mco iu Stand
aril Companies, call on
P. J. K u n t z
P.oom 309, Bank of Commerce..
FOR FRENCH WAR ORPHANS
Los Angeles. Cal., May 20. A check
for if!'.0Hl.:;5 was sent today to Ambas
sador .1. .1. .lusseranil, nr w aiiiugton.
OKER GETS A JOB
Washington. Mav Pre.ident 'O.'il-
jsnn today nominated Joseph Oker as
registrar of the federal land office at
. of Turner High School
(Capital Journul Special Service.)
Turner, On?., May 29. Plans for com
mencement u;ck are practically com
plete for Turner high school. Prominent
speakers fur. the progTam have been
Rev. James F.lvin. pastor o? the first
Congregational church of Salem, will
preach the- baccalaureate sermon on
Sunday night, June 11.
President Carl li. Doney will deliver
the commencement address Thursday
evening. Jnite 15.
The school is nenring the close of
one of the most successful years. This
is the first year that a full standard
four year .course has been offered to
the students of Turner. A teachers'
training course nns offered and four
students have availed themselves oi the
There are 11 graduates from the high
school, six girls and five boys. Those
completing-the four years course are:
Hazel Bear, Richard Gray. Emma Ilohl,
Verda Jeans, Donald Riches. Lucile
Riches, Wallace Riches, Dell Robertson.
Arthur Salisbury, Emma Scuddcr and
Preparing For Sale
of Western Pacific
San Francisco. May 20. Notices' of
the Western Pacific railroad foreclos
ure sale will be posted simultaneously
in San Francisco, New York, Reno and
Salt Lake according to court arrange
ments today. The auction is to be con
ducted June 28 at the Oakland terminal
of the system with Federal Commission
er Krull officiating. - The minimum
price $18,000,000, as fixed by Fed
eral Judge Dooling, and major bond
holders expected to buy in the road at
BIG WAREHOUSE AT DALLAS
The County Farmers' Union, com
prising 10 local branches, have decided
to enter its shipping activities in Dal
las, and will forthwith erect a commo
dious warehouse on a site now being
negotiated for by a committee appoint
ed for thnt purpose. The tentative plans
provide for a building 40x80 feet, but
there has been so much interest mani
fested from, unexpected sources that it
is probable 'that before final arrange
ments nre. consummated a structure of
greater proportions will be reared. At
a session of the county organization
in this city last Saturday it. was de
termined to foster, promote and en
eournge a central warehouse at this
point, and subscriptions to stock is
now being taken from among mem
bers of the several locals. Orchard
View and Mt. Pisgah locals, the only
two before whom the matter has been
officially presented thus far, have -subscribed
approximately $800 to the fund,
which is estimated at $2,500. Others
will consider the matter without un
necessary delay, and in all probability
the warehouse will be in operation in
nbundnnt time to receive crops this
The purpose of the -warehouse,
which will serve eight locals immedi
ately tributary to Dallas, is to assem
ble products of the farm, grade and
standardize them, nud otherwise pre
pare them for shipment in carload
lots. In brief, it will be the center
of a co-operative shipping movement
now well under way in Polk county,
and will afford those interested in the
undertaking opportunity to combine
their products for, shipment with the
best financial results. Dallas Ob
CONCERT 18 ENJOYABLE
Indfremlencr, Or., May 20. About
50 of the leading musicians of this city
motored to licuna Vista Friday night,
and gave a musii-al progrun in the
Melhodist church there. They were
well received by the citizens ' there,
and all had' a merry outing. The mus
ical program, arranged by J. G. Mc
intosh, consisted of choruses, ladies'
oi tot, ducts, solos and instrumental
numbers by the orchestra. .
The purpose of the gathering was to
create a community feeling between
ilif two tiiwis rod tr' stioc.gtheii the
iulerest in church work. The affair
was a marked success.
WOMAN SO WEAK
COULD HOT SLEEP
Made Well by Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound.
North Oxford, Mass. "I had lost
three children and I was all run down
and so weaU I could
not sleep at night
My eyesight would
leave me and every
thing; I ate upset
my stomach. I was
very nervous and if
I would start to
sweep I would have
to stop and lie down
before I could finish.
I-was looking over
the paper one day
end read of a woman who felt as I did
end took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound, so I took it too. Now I am
proud to tell you I am feeling fine and
have given birth to a boy baby. He is
my 'Pinkham' baby. I kWp a bottle'
of Compound in my house always."
Mrs. Peter Marco! Box 54, North
Oxford. Mass. "
Sleeplessness, indigestion, weakness,
and nervousness are symptoms which
indicate a lowered vitality of the female
organism, and the tonic, strengthening
properties of the good old fashioned
roots and herbs, contained in Lydia E.
Finkham's Vegetable Compound, are
just what is needed by every woman
who is In Mrs. Marco's condition.
For free advice in regard to
any annoying symptom write to
Lydia K. Pinkliam Medicine Co
(coaUcutlal), Lyon, Plass,
i;l :'!-v. r j'
r'aul Clyde Breaks
Pacific Coast Mile
Mark in Dual Meet
Oregon Agricultural College. Corval
lis, May 28. The Oregon Agricultural
colleeg team defeated the U. of W. ng-1
gregution on the local outdoor oval 1
yesterday in the annual dual meet by a
score of 79 1-2 to 51 1-2.
The Pacific coast intercollegiate
record for the mile run went by the
boards when Clyde, the Washington
captain, negotiated the distance in the
fast time of 4 minutes 19 4-5 seconds,
bettering his own former record hy 3-5
of a second.' All three men finished
in former record time, Coleman of the
Aggies covering the distance in 4 min
utes, 20 4-5 seconds for third place,. . -
One of the most exciting races of
the day was the two-mile, in which
Mi-Donald of the northerners and Cole
man of the locals ran a dead heat for
the last hundred yards. Coleman nos
ing the other runner out at the tape by
a very few inches.'
Washington proved themselves
strongest in track events, taking all
three places in the century, but could
not mutch up with the Orange and
Black athletes in the field events.
Kadderly, the Aggie captain, staked
a come back in the 220, defeating Sten
strom in near record time. Damon was
high point winner of the meet, taking
two firsts, a second and a third for a
total ot n points. Kadderly placed
second, adding 13 points to the O. A. C.
The relay was forfeited by the
Washington runners because of the
large scoro already run up before that
The summary: -
Mile run- Clyde. Washington;' Mc
Donald, Washington; Coleman, Aggies.
120 yard high hurdles Gibson,
Washington; Straughn, Aggies; Del
mon, Aggies. Time, 10 1-5 seconds.
440 yard dush Anderson, Aggies;
Kadderly, Aggies; Woodbridge, Wash
ington. Time, 55 2-5 seconds.
100 yard dash Newton, Washing
ton; Stenstrom, Washington; Knight,
Washington. Time, 10 1-5 seconds.
Two mile run Coleman, Aggies;
McDonald, Wshingtou; Woodbridge,
Washington. Time, 10 minutes, 3-4
880 yards Kadderly, Aggies; Wood
bridge, Washington; Clyde, Washing
ton. Time, 2 minutes, 1 second.
Shotput Johnston, Aggies; Cole,
Aggies; Foster, Aggies. Distance, 33
feet, 3 1-2 inches.
High jump -Bryant, Metzler and
Fendell, all of O. A. C. Height, 6 feet.
220 yard dash Kadderly, Aggies;
Stenstrom, Washington; Anderson, Ag
gies. Time, 22 4-5 seconds.
220 yard low hurdles Damon. Atr-
gies; Knight, Washington; Gibson,
Washington. Time, 20 4-5 seconds.
Pole vault Stuchell. Washington;
Hurlburt, Washington; Metzler, Aggies.
Height, 11 feet, 0 inches.
Discus Cole, Aggies; Funk, Aggies;
C'ockclnan, Washington. Distance, 132
fet, 11 inches.
Javelin Damon, Aggies: Anderson,
Washington; Cockchran, Washington.
Distance, 100 fecf,'6 inches.
Broad jump Feudal!, Aggies; Da
mon, Aggies; Kadderly. Aggies, and
Young, Washington tied for third. Dis
tance, 21 feet I inch.
' Relny Forfeited to O. A. C.
(Capital Journal fiperial Service.)
' Spring Valley, Ore., Hay 20. O. H.
and Harvey Crawford went to Dullas
Saturday to return the ballot boxes. '
Mrs. Barbour and little son, Wayne,
are here from Salem visiting Miss I.e
Harvey and Will Crawford made a
trip to the Waldo Hills Friday.
Samuel Phillips, of Salem, is spending
the week here making improvements on
his property, a new coat of paint being
put on the house ami a' laree front
porch ndded. He also intends to lay out
cement walks soon.
Mrs. Coylc ami -Mrs. Frank Crawford
attended the picnic held Saturday lit
the Popcorn school house.
.lesse Walling returned Sunday Sun
day from a trip to Portland.
Miss Dorothy Miller relumed to her
home in West Salem Thursday to spend
the remainder of the week, but expects
to return Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. W.
II. Crawford 's. who she is visiting.
li. C. Cliepard delivered another load
of hogs in Snlcm Friday. He is ulso
hauling lumber from there to build a
new house here on his furm.
Mysterius midnight visitors arc again
at work here. Frank Crawford found
several of his gooseberry bushes pick
ed before he hud started picking, grit in
is being missed anil now its chickens
again. W. II. Crawford, Barred Rock
fancier, found () six-weeks -old chicks
missing when he went to open the
nrooiler oil Ihursiliiy morning. Some
say they suspect gophers and are liable
to set gopher guns, in which ense the
depredations may stop. '
-Mr. and Mrs. Ilurton are entertaining
their two dniiyhtcrs from Portland,
Miss Mildred Hurtoii intends to return
home with them for a stay of several
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Cotton nnd Mr.
Burbonr, of Salem, visited with W. K-
Cotton nud fainilv on Wednesday even
Lynn Puivinc is huuling wheat to
' Claxtar News .
(Capital Journal Sj.cc.ial Service.)
Clnxlitr. Ore., Mav 2!i. Mr. und Mrs.
William West lev left this week for Ore
gon City where Mr. Westley will bv
employed at guvertunetit construction
wirk. A greot cement dnm is being.
constructed at that point designed to
Icepen and nlen the illnnictte riv
er's channel. The Wcstlcvs were accom
panied by their two little sons, l.eo and
Mis. David Tyndiill, of Spirit Itiver.
Canada, nflcr spending a few days with
relatives here went to her home in I'nlk
county, where she will remain for some
Klnier Westley nnd Don Richie, two
young men of this place, have gone to
the salmon frdirics' lienr Astoria.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Westley, of Busby.
Montana, write encouriiuin(;ly of their
new home. The wenlher there, however,
is mill h cooler than the Orcyon climate.
Morris Hall is gone to Canada where
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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
Monday's quotations are always prac
ticality the same as those of Saturday
anil as a general proposition, Satur
day's prices hold goed for Monday. .
- tSfratns. .
Wheat ." ................... 85c
Oats : 40c
Rolled barley $35.00
Corn L $35.60
Cracked corn : $37.00
Bran ............ $27.00
Shorts, per toi ........ $29.50
Alfalfa, California, ton .,..$20.00
Creamery butter, per pound 29c
Country butter 20c22c
Eggs and Poultry.
Eggs, case count, cash ;.. 20c
Eggs, trade 21c
lleifs, pound 13(a: 14c
Boosters, old, per pound 0(S10c j
Broilers, under 2 pounds 25o
Pork, Veal and Mutton.
Veal, dressed 8(a9c
Pork, dressed - 1010 f-2c
Pork, on foot 88
Spring lambs, 1916 .. .....;;.... 8c
Steers - C7e
Cows- 45 l-2c
Bulla 3 l-24c
String garlic -
Green peppers .
Green , poaa
Carrots, sack . .'.
Onions, Bermuda . . . . .
Lemons, pCr box ......
Califsruia grape fruit
Florida grape irait
Cherries, box $1.50
Eggs, per dozen, fresh ranch ...... 23c
Sugar, cans $8.75
Sugar, beet $8.55
Creamery butter 35c
Flour, hard wheat ........ $1.60(ail.70
Flour, valley $1.301.25
Portland, 'Ore., Mav 2ft. Wheat:
' Fortyfold, 00c.
Red Russian, SSc.
Oats: No. 1 white feed, $20,000
Barley: Feed, $20.00. '
Hogs: Best live, $R.75(!i S.S5.
Prime steers, (i-H.7.r(? 9.00.
Fancy cows, $S.25(ti' S.oO.
Spring lambs, $9.00.
Butter: City, creamery, 29c.
Country butter, 27c.
Kggs: 'Selected local ex., 2.1 l-2(T;25c.
COUNTY COURT JOINS WITH
FARMERS IN ROAD WORK
Dallas, Or., May 29. Co-operation
between the county court and property
owners for .the construction of good
roads is becoming the thing in Polk
county. This week the court voted to
expend $IIMKi-for gravel to improve the
road from 1'uMiis to the Vaihhill county
line, running through Pcrrydnle. Prop
erty owners along the road have sub
scribed labor and cash to make the im
provement, , which will cost, about
$100(1. , ' ' ; . "
i he will be employed during the sum
Many young American farmers are
daily crossing over into Canitdan conn
I try where a great shortage of farmers
! exists owing to numbers of Englishmen
having gone to the old world to engage
.Mrs. Mnry Pruitt and Mrs. Frank
lloll.claw are both recovering from re
Mrs. J. Gnlligher (Cnlighcrj actom
panied her husband to Suit Iake City,
I'tnh, this week, where Mr. Gnlligher is.
engaged iu business. Mrs. Gulliglier
was formerly Miss Hazel Kiser, of
llnycsville. The Gallighers will reside
permanently in Salt Lake City.
Strawberry growers here are not alto
gether pleased with the prevailing
cloudy weather which they claim de-.
In vs their picking season.
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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
A Quick, handy reference for busy people
Salem Electric Co., Masonic Temple, 127 North High Main 1299
PLUMBING, STEAM FITTING AND TINNING . ,
T. M. Barr, 164 South Commercial street Main 193
TRANSFER AND DRAYAGE ,
Salem Truck lc Dray Co., corner State and Front streets . Main 74
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 Drug Store
DB. 0. L. SCOTT Graduate 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 400-7-8 U. 8. National Bank
Building. Phone Main 87. Besidence
CLEANERS AND DYERS
APPAREL SERVICE COMPANY
138 South High street. We clean
press, repair, remodel and re-line
clotuing and furs. Careful attontion
given all work. We call and deliver.
DR. O. A. OLSO.V, Dentist Adminis
ters nitrous ozad and oxygen gas.
Room 214, JSIasonic Temple. Phone
.440. (saieni; Or;?onJ
REDUCED FREIGHT RATES To and
from.- all points east, on all household
goods, pianos, etc. Consolidated car
loid service. Capital City Transfer
Company, agents for Pacific Const
Forwarding company, 161 South Com
mercial street. Phono Main 933.
WE HAVE Money to loan. Wo also
also have for sale or tr.vdo 40 acres
,in southern Oregon, 20 acres in crop,
good buildinRs, fruit, well watered,
on good road, near school, good
ton ma 'nnrnpgi. ftirminff imidements.
cows, calves, hogs, hens, H. H. goods
- etc., very cheap, ran cau, wm ac
cept small amount Salem property.
Balance long timo. Squire Deal Real
ty Co., Phono 470. 202 U. S, Bank
anT.VM' ar.iVFVffKR. Charles Soos
proprietor. Garbage and Tefuse of all
' kiuds remoyed.on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yard and cess
rjools cleaned. Office phono Main
&247. Residence M lir. 2272.
Notice of Improvement of Fairgrounds
Notice is hereby given that the com
mon council deems it expediunt so to
do, and hereby declares itB purpose
nd intention to improve Fairgrounds
Road between the west line of Sum
mer street and the west Hne of the
Oregon & California Railway com
pany's rig'nt-of-wny at, the expense of
the abutting and adjacent property,
by grading, curbing, and paving said
portion of said street with i five-inch
two-course Bituminous Concrete pave
ment,' consisting of a one and one-half
inch Bituminous Concreto wearing sur
face laid on a three and one-half inch
Bituminous Concrete base in accord
ance with tho idans. specifications and
! estimates for the improvement of Fair
grounds Road between the west line i
Summer street and the west line of
the Oregon & California Railway com
pany's right-of-way, adopted by the
common council on the 1st day of May,
1910, and now on file in the office of
the city recorder, which for greater
certainty and convenience are hereby
referred to and m ide a part of this no
tice; being that chnracter or kind of
improvement known nnd designated in
said plans, specifications and estimates
as. !' Bituminous Concreto Pavement
j The common council hereby declares
;its purpose and intention to make the
l said above described Improvement by
j ind through the street improvement
I department of the city.
. Bv order of the. common council.
CH AS. F. ELGIN'. Citv Recorder.
Dated this 17th day of May, 1910.
;Wben la SALEM, OREGON, ttof at
Free and Private Batbj
BATES: 75c, $1.00, $1.50 PER DAT
The only hotel in the business district.
Nearest to all Depots. Theatres and
' Capitol Buildings.
A Home Away From Home,
T. O. BLIGH, Prop.
Both Phones. Free Anto Boi.
Why Not Use
Columbia QUALITY Carbor7
Made in Oregon
100 Copies Guaranteed from
Columbia Carbon Pajer Mff..Oo.
83rd k Broadway, Portland, Ore.
SCOTT 8 RESTAUR AKT
MEALS loc and up. Hotcskes or
mush and milk free with all break
fast orders. Soup, bread and butter
2 vegetables and pie, toa, coffee or
milk and 1 kind of meat for 15c; 2
kinds of meat for 25c. ShoTt oTders
any time of day. Seotts 179 S. Com
FOR RENT Furnished house keeping
rooms. 691 N. Com'l St. Phone 2454
FOB RENT Nicely furnished house
keeping rooms reasonable, ooo ftorta
Commercial street. tf
FOR SALF Good gentle family cow,
all year round miiKer, now giving
gal." per day. J. F. Weber, cor. Com
mercial aud Pine. may30
FOR SALE 2 cash register, 1 singlo
and 1 double drawers, 1 set of bil
liard balls; 2 sets of pool balls; 1 six
foot cigar case; one roll top dosk;
one fire proof safe; one 5 iom bun
galow. Call or write 1335 Ferry St.
FOUR VALLEY FARMS For sale by
owner on county road and railroad.
fiO to 200 acres each, good buildings,
' gooo m"; ill under cultivation, close
to scrool, priprs reasonable, ialf
cash, balance time at 6 per eent or
modern income bearing city property.
P. O. Box 24(1, Salem. tf
WEBB & CLOCGH CO 0. B. Webb,
A. M., Clough morticians and funeral
directors. Latest modern meCiods
'known to the profession employed
499 Court St. Main 120,. Main 9S88.
RIODON-RICHARDhON CO. Funeral
directors and undertakers, 252 North
High street. Dav and night phone
SALEM WATER COMPANY Office
corner Commercial aud Trade streets.
For water service apply at office.
Bills payable monthly in advance.
1 General Feed ani
Small Livery BUM
C. W. TRAIN
54 Ferry. Phone 2SS
MONEY TO LOAN
ON Good Real Estate Security.
TH08. K. FORD
Over Ladd & Bush Bank, Salem, Oregon
MONEY TO LOAN 7
ON GOOD REAL ESTATE SECURITY
HOMER H. SMITH
SALEM FENCE and
R. B. FLEMING, Prop.
Depot American Fence
Gates, riain nnd Barbed Wire.
Paints. Oils and Varnishes.
Roofing, Posts, Hop Hooka
40 Years Making Stoves
Stoves rebuilt and repaired.
Stoves bought aud sold.
250 Court Street. Phone 124
Back of Chicago Store
L M. HUM
Chinese Medicine and
Has medicine which will
cure any known disease,
153 South High Street,
Salem, Ore. Phone 283