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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1916.
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PHONE 837 For wood saw.
II ARRY Window-cleaner. Phone
cow for sale.
Phone 4 I
FRONT APARTMENTS Ground floor !
491 N. Cottage. tf I
WAXTKIi-TTousekeoper. ( all R.
No. S, box 42.
FOR KENT SIGN3
ital Journal office.
For aale at
FOR SALE Or trade for wood,
line engine. Phone 451.
GOOD Furnished house to rent. close
in. Phone Main 4 or 47. tf
TOR SALE Gold voin seed pot.itotes.
Call 97F11 at meal times JuneS
to do general
274 X. Summer.
ilOl SEKEEPING ROOM? For rent
Phone 47 or 4. G. W. Johnson. 11
WANTED Girl for light housework.
Address "Girl," care Journal. tf
TWO SETS Of furnished housekeep
ing rooms for rent. 7;0 X. Front. juS
I'1'RE Whale oil soap for hop spray
for sale nt the Capital Soap Works
IVKXISHKD IIOl'SE For rent. Ad
dress George II. Graves, Salem, Or.
FOR RENT House partly furnished,
close in. Inquire 4M0 South Cottage
FT ENOG R A I'll 1 1 1! W i shes position.
Address S. W. care journal. jneD
nal. . June9
FOR SALE Carpenter's chest with
tools. Inquire tHil Nurth Winter
FURNISHED rooms and housekeeping
nppartments, rates reasonable, close
in, 180 Court. tf
WANTED t'aseara bark, highest cash
price, ( nil or write Frys I'rtig store,
fcnlem, Oregon. . julyii
NICELY FURNISHED large rooms,
modern."" Vse of kit-ehen, low rent.
IliO I'nion street. .TuneO
AVANTED TO RENT 5 room fully
modern bungalow or cottage with
garage. Phone Oil. tf
FOR SALE COO acres at Lyle, Wash.,
will consider some trade on cloar
property. August Ranch, Salem, Or.
FOR SALE IS
in crops and
Lander, Salem R.
WILL SEI.l Or trade for ear. team.
top liuggv, hack, single harness and
two icycies. Mox ."! n, !!, Turner,
FOE SALE h ilf trnok Studebake"i
wagon. Will trade for heavier wagon
cordwood or -stumpage. 27S0 Lee
Phone 1322-J. tf
FOR KENT Business block room, siz
18x80 feet. - 4G7 State street. In
quire at 463 State. Phone, 100!)
Maurice Klinger. tf
ry pickers to n
grounds, I -2 nii't
"id iiuire logauber
gicter. Fine camp
from street car nt
P.. ( unuingliani.
NEW BL'XGAI.OW PIAXO PLAYER
With bench and 40 records. I'sed
three months, taken on debt. Best
bargain I have ever offered. George
C. Will Music Store. juneS
I AM Taking orders for summer and
fall delivery of wood. I will give a
lower price now than I will late in
the seajon. John II. Scott, phone 1!i,1!
After office hours. 622. june20
WANTED Twenty-five loganberry
pickers; cool camping ground, good
wnler, free wood. Sunny Acres ranch
2d house east Kaiser school house.
Frank Flint, 1!. F. I'. phone .V.iF.1.
FOR SALE At bargain prices, ont
Troy laundry mangle 90 inches, stort
shelving, two teams and Shetland
pony, S double buggies, one singlf
buggv. H. Steinboek, 302 N. ComO
Vhii'i- 809. tf
RANCH I'nR SAI.K Or trade, mi A
near Philomath, Oregon, near s.'hool
and church, about '' in crop, good
l,oie and bam a:id other biiiblings.
Write or inquire of M. A. Hurler.
Marion. Oregon. JunelO
FOR SALE Or trade by owniT. for
improved farm, factory including
business and fine residence: business
vinhlimr liiiH-.r (Un 1 ".illl VAflrtv I
good h'cntioti, valuation $IO,'u00; if
you are interested in n good income
property see me. W. AV. Bcurdslcy,
flabm. Ore.. El'id North Front street.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
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SOLO BY DR'.T'OISTS EVERYK'Hr K
I'lcs Juli SALE I'houe :!oT21.
-Pasture for a team.
tor f.) a
AN"l!KJ!lt V ili KKRS
D. Drown, Hcmte ii.
,n ne 10
i FUR RENT : modern furnished rooms
.KM N. 14th St. .iunelti
roli KK.N'T :
! room modern house and
I'nioii St. Jtitif I"
FOR SAI.K ,T room lioun
cheap if taken soon. Full
address F. rare journal.
M 1 I'lU.K All t:i' Single man
work, wage nominal.
RENT (heap, red raspberry ,
lKiteh, the kind the cannery buys.
South Commercial street car, end of:
'liuo first house west. H. 3 bux H2. j
HAVE Parties wanting to borrow
$1000, 2000 and $:'0o0 on farm se
curity. John 11. Scott, room 404 Hub
bard building. juneS
Ml DDl.EAOKD LADY Wants down
stnirs front room, for light house
keeping, reasonable. M. L. 2fi Journ
100 LOG AXHERRY PMKERS Want
ed at the Indian Hill Farm. Fir grove
to camp in, good water, free wood,
campers moved to and from camp
ground. Groceries and meat delivered
daily to ennip ground. 4 blks from
end of 12th St. car line. Phone ."lli
evenings (i to i. T. L. Davidson, ju
RESOLUTIONS OF SYMPATHY
At the regular meeting of Lie Sa
medi 1'iternry and social club, held June
I!. 1010, nt the home of Miss ..lint the
following resolutions vcre unanimously
"Whereas, our hearts filled with pro
found sorrow at the loss we have sus
tained by the death of our most highly
esteemed memiier, Mrs. Florence
Churchill and of the still heavier loss
sustained bv tiiose nearest, and dearest
to her. therefore be it .
".Resolved, l!v the members of the Sa
me, li club that while we bow with
Humble submission to the will of our
llenven'Jv Father who doeth 'all
things well.' we do not the less mourn
for our associate who has been taken
"Resolved, That in the death of
Mrs. Florence Churchill, the club la
ments the loss of a valuable member,
a friend and companion who was dear
to us mid whose upright and noble life
was u standard of emulation to us all.
"Resolved, 'flint we sincerely con
dole with the fauiilv of the deceased
and ask theiu to accept this heartfelt
testimonial of our sympathy.
" Rest l ed, That these resolutions
be spread upon the records of our club
and a copy thereof sent to the family
of our deceased member and to euch of
the local papers.
Mrs. I'ct.-t'ord. Miss Ive-son, Coin.
Let the Capital Journal New Today
Column put your dollars on the right
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
wlt!i.OCAI, APPLICATION'S, as they
cannot leach the sent of the disease. Ca
tarrh Is a blood or constitutional disease,
and in order to cure it you must take in
ternal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
taken Internally, and acts directly upon
the blood and mucous surface. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It
was prescribed by one of the best phy
sicians in this country for years and Is
a regular prescription. It Is composed of
the best tonics known, combined with the
best blood purifiers, acting directly on the
mucous surfaces. The perfect enmblna
tlon of the two InCTedlents Is what pro
duces such wonderful results in curing
catarrh. P Send for testimonials, free.
K J. CHKXKV & CO., Props., Toledo, O.
Sold by rrugKlilg. price "5c.
Taka Hulls family Tills for constipation.
Xew Today's worlc like
Notice of Improvement of South
X'otice is hereby given that the com'
mou council deem it expedient so to
do. and hereoy declare ils purpose and
intention to improve South Church
street from the south line of State
street' to the north line of Mission
street, except that portion there occu
pied bv what is coinmonlv known as
the Hush or Church streei bridge ex-
lending from Ihe north line of Oakf -voice is hereby given that the nn
slreet to the north line of the westerly j dersigned, by nn order of tiie county
cxlenlioii of liellevue street, nt liie ex-; court of -Marion county, state of Ore
pease of the abutting and adjacent H"n- 'luly made and entered on the
property by bringing said portion of'-"1" ''"' of May, 1910, was appointed
South Church street to the official I "dininist rutor of the estate of Philip
grad, Constructing cement concrete Rees, and that he has been duly quali
curbs ti lid paving said portion of sai.l'f'ed lis such.
street with a six-inch, two-eoursel A,l persons h.iving claims against
Itituiuinous Concrete a v e in e u t, ! said estuie are hereby notified to pre
consisting of a one nnd oue-liulf i Sl'"' the same, duly verified as re
inch Ditiininous Concrete wearing sur-lruird . .- law, at the offices of Smith
lace laid on n four and one-half inch' Shields. 4u: Salem Hank of Corn
I'.ituiuiiius Concrete base in accordance ' meivo nnilding, in the city of Salem,
with the plans, specifications nnd est i-1 Marion county, Oregon, within six
mates fr the improvement of said por
tion of South Church slreet, adopted
by the common council on the 5th day
of June. 1910, now on file ill the of
fice of the city recorder which for a
more detailed description thereof are
hereby referred to and made n part of
this noti'-e: being that character or
kind of iniprocmeiit known and desig-
anted in said plans, specifications and!'
estimates as " Hitiiuiiuoiis ConcreteJ'deisigio
Pavement No. 5.'' iistrntor
The common council hereby declares''Wanles,
its purpose uud inlentiuii to mai.e said
nboo described improvement bv ami
through the Slreet improvement He
partnient of Ihe city.
liv order ot the common council
I has. I'. Elgin, City Recorder.
holed tlii O dav u( .lone. in.' 1 7
F.ach Cit- f
Fruit Growers Meet
at Dallas Saturday
A meeting which should be of more
than ordinary interest to the fruit
growers of i'olk county is announced
for next Saturday afternoon at 1:30
at tiie court house. J. ('. Skinner, edi
tor of Markets, a Portland Tmbliea-
I tion. A. II. MiicPiterson, lieml of the
co-operative bureau of markets of the
Agricultural coilege, and others from
the same institution, will be present
and undertake to explain the new
marketing plan worked out. by the
federal experts and already largely
adopted by the leading, fruit glowers
oi Washington and Idaho. The meet
ing will le Held miller the ausptces
I', .11.- ',,,,.. P.,,;, i:
association, and all members of that
organization are urgently requested
to be present and to decide upon
what action, if any, this sectiin will
take in becoming identified with the
movement. The discussion will not be
on behalf of nuv particular fruit.
prunes, apples, pears, etc., being iu-
eluded in tiie marketing plan. The
meeting will" be held at 1:3(1 o'clock
in the afternoon, ami the association
is particularly anxious
9 ' tenilance be Inrirc. ptiil that Hip
cussum be free, in order that all
have a clear understanding of
proposed plan for. tins district.
Our national government Tecognizes
the fruit marketing siluation in the
Pacific, northwest to be one of the
most serious prildems confronting ag
riculture in the I'nited States. In
lOlo at the hearing of the federal
trade commission in the northwest,
more pressure was briught ti bear
to secure direct assistance in per
fecting organization among fruit
growers than for help in any other
line of industry. The result was that
three of the best experts of the fed
eral office of markets have spent
three mouths in rtevlsiu a plan
which will apparently greatly relieve
the marketing situation if a large ma
jority of Ihe tonnage can be control
led by one organization.
The federal office of markets
strongly urges that each separate dis-
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed by the
county court of Marion county, state
of Oregon, administrator of the estate
of John Marnieh, deceased, late of
Marion county, state of Oregon.
All persons having claims against
the estate of said deceased are hereby
required to present the same, duly vr
ified, as by law rquired, to the under
signed administrator at number J Wi
North Commercial street, in the city
of Salem, Miriou county, state of Ore
gon, within six months from the dute
of this notice.
Administrator of the estate of John
Dated May 10th, 1016. Juno 8
Sheriff's Notice Sale of Eeal Property
I'y virtue of .in execution issued out
of the honorable circuit court of the
state of Oregon, county of Marion on
the 29th day of April! 1910, in favor
of A. R. Richardson and Mary E. Rich
ardson plaintiffs and against M, M.
Diel and W. L. Diel defendants for
the sum of fifteen hundred mid thirty
eight ami ISO-100 if I.ViS.tio) dollurs,
with interest at 0 per cent per annum
from the 17lh d.iy of January, 191(5,
and the further sum of seventy and
90-100 ($70.90) dollars, with interest
at (1 per cent per annum from January
17th, 1910, and iiccruing costs, I have
levied upon and will sell at public auc
tion, on Saturday the 1st day of July.
1910, at 11 o'clock a. in., at the court
house door in M.irion county and stato
of Oregon, all, the right, title and in
terest which the said defendants had
on or after the 17th day of January,
1910, in or to tiie following described
premises, to-wit :
The south 1-2 of the northwest 1-4
of the southeast 1-4 of section three
(,'!) in township nine (9) south range
(1) west of the Willamette meridian,
and situated in Marion county, Oregon,
also the south 1-2 of the southeast 1-4
of section three ('!) township nine (9)
south of range one (I) west of the
Wilhmetto meridian Marion county,
state of Oregon,
Terms of sale cash unless bid in by
Dated at Salem. Oregon, this 29th
dav of Miiv, 1911).
Sheriff of Marion eoiintv, Oregon.
P.v W. j. Xecdhain, Depute'. jue29
months from the date of
I 'iited and first published
dav of June, 1910.
DAVIS I! EES,
Administrator of the estate of Philiti
I hus tt 111
given that the un
appointed it 1 1 j it -estate
by the County
of Oreoon for the
of the State
State of Oregon for the County of
Marion, on the Jntl dav of June, jplii,
laud lie has duly qualit'icl an Midi ud-
. miiiistralor; nnd that nil persons hav
ing claims nyitiiiit the said estale tire
j hereby rcipicsted to j. resent their
claims, Italy ventied, iwth proper
vouchers, wilhiu six iiiohiIm fr the
date of this notice, to the mulct signed
at the offic,. of .1 olt ii !auo, attorney
at law. Saletn. Iin-on.
I'atcd this oth ,iiv of .Iiiiic, lolil.
F. A. W.WI.KSS,
Adininislrator of the Ktnic of
I'll 1 1 ii ' W'niili'ss, dcceahi
trict in tiie northwest becime thor
oughly acquainted with the plan and
actually organized un,i drilled in the
fundamentals of ! niarKeting including
physical handling, standardization
and organization. The campaign out
lined by the federal authorities calls
for a three-fild plan. First, an ex
planation of the clearing house plan
for marketing the cj-op; second, local
problems of organization; third, phys
ical handling. It is necessary mat
the business men if a community ns
well as the growers and snippers be
come thiroughly familiar with the de
tails of this plan.
The plan' will be presented to the
fruit growers in order that they may
determine what this district will do.
'f it 'is derided at this meeting ti ac-
I cent the idan. stet
will be immediately
tiinen to-Dring aoout the necessary
organization and adjustments. -Cim-mittees
will be appointed and cillegc
or federal representatives will assist
in perfecting final arrangements.
Fruit growers, bankers, and business
mil generally throughout the state
recognize the great importance of this
matter and are aiding in financing the
campaign which the college extension
serviee is now carrying on. Dallas Ob
server. J 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
Cracked corn .,
Shorts, per ton $29.50
Alfalfa, California, ton $20.00
Creamery butter, per pound 29c
Country butter 20c22c
Eggs and Poultry.
Eggs, case count, cash..
2 '2 c
Roosters, old, per pound .
Broilers, under li pounds..
Pork, Veal and Mutton.
Venl, dressed . , , 89c
Pork, dressed 10c
Pork, on foot i... 7 .'i-lc
Spring lambs, 1910 7( 7 l-2c
Tom.itoes, California $2.00
Cabbage ..,..".,,.,.,.,,..'. $3.25
String garlic . 15c
Potatoes, cwt $1.251.50
Potatoes, new 7. 4c
Beets '. $1.00
Green onions 40e
Green poppers 25c
Green peas 9(7 10c
Egg plant 18c
Carrots, sack, new $1.75
Carrots, dozen 40c
Onions, Bermuda $2.00
Onions, Oregon $2.50
Florida celery $1 00
Oranges, Valencies $.'!.7r
Lemons, per box , $4.004.50
Bananus, pound 5c
California grape fruit $11.00
Florida grape fruit $5.00(a$0.00
Pineapples . 7 l-2c
Strawberries $l.00f 1.25
Cherries, box $1.5J
Eggs, per dozen, fresh ranch
Flour, hard wheat
Fggs are showing sonic strength to
diiy M d ne v Til houses are paying -I
cents cash. Others are holding down
V . "'" """"
ket tor the past six weens.
- The live slock ni i 1 -t weak, The
top for pork is 7 3-4 cents and spring
lambs are now quot 'd at 7 I'.n l I I
Watermelons were retailing yet r
day lor five cents pound. .Li.-t a
few came in unit it will be several
days before the market is supplied.'
State Fair Board Holds
Short Routine Session
The state fair board held u regular
session Monday night to dispose of con-
business that Itnclpilcd
up bince the last meeting of the hoard.
It mis decided to move the model dairy
barn from its present location und to
remodel the building to house the In-
dinn evhiliit. .11 Mt vein- the 'fir! fn.
dian exhibit ever shown in Oregon ,
the state fair attracted wide attention
an,, considering ,,,, the India,, agents
in tins state hail but u few days to
prepare the exhibit it as 11 creditable
show, This year the Indian agents have
been collectino the vurioim rxamides
i.f ,.. li.,. ;.,,l,,.,f ... e ,
... ,,,,..,. ,..,.-,v i, n inn,- mo,
the entire building will be given uver
to displav of the hiiiidinoik of Ihel
various tribes in Oregon.
Director W. II. Savage will leave soon
for San J)i'iu, where lie is n. director
of the livestock department of the fair.
Secrctury Lee will ucnuipniiv him u
far as Los Angeles where he will attend
to some hiiMiiess matters in connection
with the fair.
If you enjoy readinu the Jonrnal oe.'
! casionallv you will tie pleaied to eet i
1. 1 it regularly only 45 cents per mouth
1 at your door.
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Classified Advertising Page
DR. O. 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.1
Office 406-7-8 U. S. Xational Bank;
Building. Phone Main 87. Residence j
Main 828-R. 1
3. C.YL'EX Well known Chinese doc
tor has successfully treated all dis-,
eases in the past yeir. S"ee tcstimon-,
iais on file at the Oriental Herb Co.,
640 State St., Salem. Out of town!
patients treated by Symptomatic Di
agnosis. Send for diagnosis blanks.
CLEANERS AND DYERS
APPAREL SERVICE COMPANY
138 South High street. Wa clean
press, repair, remodel and re-line
clothing and furs. Careful attention
, given ill work. We call and deliver.
Phone 728. .
FOR SALE 2 cash registers,. 1 single
and 1 double drawers, 1 set of bil
liard balls; 2 sets of pool balls; 1 six
foot cigar case; one roll top desk;
one fire proof safe; one 5 loom bun
galow. Cill or write 13oo Ferry St.
FOUR VALLEY FARMS For sale by
owner on county road and railroad.
B0 to 200 acres each, good buildings,
goon bom, ill under cultivation, close
to scrool, prices reasomble, half
cash, balance time at 6 per cent or
modern income bearing city property.
P. O. Box 246, Salem. tf
PLEASE Don't miss this if you want
a big farm bargain, 31 acres, 3 1-2
miles from town on good road, good
buildings, orchard, running water
crop, machinery, cattle, etc., goes
with place. Will tulie city property
or small acreage as part payment,
some cash, bal. time. Dou't call un
less you mean business, sold by own
er. Address H. 3") care 'Journal. jS
TENNIS.' COURT Two gentlemen
want use of tennis court between six
and seven in the evening. Address
T. C. care Journal. juneH
REDUCED FREIGHT RATES To and
from all points cast, on all household
goods, pianos, etc. Consolidated car
lo.id service. Capital City Transfer
Company, agent for Pacific Coast
Forwarding company, 101 South Com
mercial street. Phone Main 033.
WE HAVE -Fur ins for sale, very reas
onable in price. Good buildings, well
located, equipped with teams, cows,
hogs, boats,-poultry, farm implements
and now in row. Will accept house
in Salem as part luiymCjit. Square
Deal Realty 'Co., 202 I . S. Hank lUlg.
NOTICE To the people of Salem,
that I have installed a complete oxy
actylene welding and cutting appar
atus in my shop, For welding Steele,
cast iron, uluminum, brass and bronze.
We make a specialty of automobile
frame welding, scored cylinders
blocks, broken crunk cases, farm
nnd harvesting machinery. We are
also equipped for extra heavy weld
ing und and can go to your job. I
have employed an expert welder to es
pecially look after your wants. Your
patronage is respectfully solicited.
All work fully guaranteed from de
fects. C. R. Origjr. general black
smith nnd wood working shop, 1805
Stato street. July 3
i. O. XT. W. Protection Lodge, No. 2,
MectB every .Monday evening at 8 In the
McCornaek 1ml I. corner Court and Liberty
streets. It. O. Iinulclou, M. W. ; 8. A,
Md'adden, recorder ; A. L. lirowu,
SALEM LOIMiK No. 4, A. IV ft A. M.
Hinted coiiimiiitii atiniis first Krlduy In
ench month ut 7 p. in, In the Masonic
Temple, finis. .Mct'urtcr, W. M. ; S. Z,
BALKM HUMAN!-) NOCI KT Y I). I). Keeler,
president ; Mrs. l.isi TUIson. secretary. All
ciihcs o( cruelty or neglect of Uiiml) ani
mals should he reported to the secretary
CENTRAL LOIitiK, No. 18, K. of I'. Mc
Cormit k Imlldinit. Tucday evening of
each week at 7 :.'!. .1. (i. Ileltzcl, C. C. :
W. li. (Ills. ,n, K. of It. and H.
U. N. Of A. "Oregon flntpe Tump," No.
L'illo, meets every Thursduy evening In
Mcl'ornuek hiilldlnK. Court and Liberty
streets : elevator. Mrs. Svlvla HchHupp,
17111 Market, oracle; Mrs'. Mellssn Per
sons, recorder, i;:nj North Commercial.
MODKItN WOOHMUX 01' AMKKICA Ore
Kn Cedur Cnnip, No, ,V' Ml, ineciH every
Thursday eveniuif nt 8 o'eptek In Me
C'oni.'ick hall, corner Court and Liberty
streets. Llevntor service. (Ico. ltl'lliolll,
V. c. ; .1. A. WriBht. cl-rk.
CIIADWICK CHAl'TLIt, No. .'17, O. E. S
KeKoPir niectltiK every riist mill third
'riiestloy at 8 p n. in the Musonlc 'ietn
iile. Minnie Mm-ilcr, W. M. ; Ida M.
tVOODMKN Oh' TIIK WfiP.I.I) Meet every
I'rhlay nlht ut. 8 o'cloi k In McCornaek
Work, II. W. Mucey, C. C. ; L. s. Ueer,
clerk, &n" Court street. I'houe 6t).'i.
j DK MOI.AY COM M. XUE It V. No. 5. K. T.-
! HeuMlar ciincliive foorlli I'lldity In escli
mould at 8 o'clock, p in., In Masonic Tern-
Ivurce. K. C, I'liink Turner, reorder.
' UNITKI) AllTIstANS Cnpltnl AsKi-mhly,
niwts every w wlii-'.iiHy nt 8 .
No. HI, nieojs every WimJi,
in .O'ISC Illl 1 1. I . W. .lUIIOCK, .11, A
Vl ititittiuli, secretary, hule,n Hunk
IIODSDN rot'M IL. No. 1, II. 4 S. M.
Suite, I iceounbly lirst Monday t carh
lllellth. .Mllollic Tetnpl,.. N. p. KllHIlUIS.
sen. Thrice llhmirlous Muster; (ileun C
KAI.KSI COIM ir. NO. 2022 - Knliilils anil
Ladles of Security--Meets rveiy 2nd audi
4th WcdticHdiiy eu Ii lie ni I ti nt liorst II. ill. !
'l.ltliur nii'inlic!-'' are iuvlled to utlend. ;
K. K. Walton, tlmim lef, 4W S. lltli til. j
I'Anric i.(Mi;i: No. so, a. r. & a. m.
Staled continual, -ntluns t 111 I'd l'rldiiy
In eiieti inotitti nt 7 : ' I o p til. in t lie I
Mil. Mill, Telll,le. 11,1 V. Itolaui, W. M. ;
Liueat II. Clioate. aectetaijr.
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
A Quick, handy reference for busy people
Salem Electrie Co., Masonia Temple, 127 North High If ils ltM
PLUMBING, STEAM ITTTING AND TINNING
T. M. Barr, 164 South Commercial street Ifola 101
TRANSTES AND DBAYAGE
Salem Truck ft Dray Co., corner State and front street! KaU TI
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 Drag Store
IH Oregon Express ...
11 Kiiiteno Limited
M Willamette Limited.
1'J Shasta Limited
Is Portland I'ltssinifter .
0 Portland 1'assenKer.
. B :0O a. m.
. . .3 :oi' p. m.
. . 0 a. m.
. .11 a. m.
. . 1 :i7 p. m.
, . 5:00 p.m.
14 Portland Kipress . .
.8 :o i p. m.
IVirHund fast t re uht 10:0 n. m
TM Local way Freight. . . .10 :33 a. m.
13 CiUlfornin Kipress.... 8 :,12 a. m.
17 lloseburg l'tiswnger ..lli'JOa. m.
:! Kuxene Limited In :ul u. m.
1!, CotiiiKe (.Jrove. I'nss. ,.4:fttp. m.
nniKeg connection witn ao. I ueer
No. 11 Shasta Limited 6:4.1p.m.
No. 'J7 Willamette Limited. .. fi : 1 1! p. m.
No. l.'l Snn Krnnelsco Vkpresa 10 :30 p. m.
No. 'jiii san irancisco rust
No. 'JJ.'i Local way Freight.
No. 7H Arrives at Kulem...,
la 7H Lwives Halem ,
No. "Tt Ar. Salem (mlied)..,
No. 71 Leave Salem
12:01 a. m.
.11 : l"a. in.
. .9 :lo a. m.
. .9 :30 a. in.
. . 2 :00 p. m.
. .4 ViV p. m.
No connection south ef Geer.
S.u.tiM, Falls Citv asd Westeiin.
1 tt 1 Lv. Salem, motor 7 :O0 a. ra.
ItIM Lv Snlein, motor 9:45 a. m.
10.1 Lv. Salem for Monmouth
1 1 :lo a. in.
107 Lv. Sulem, motor . .
111!! Lv. Salem, motor ..,
SM Way Fr't lv. Salem. .
II!'.' Ar. Sulem
Hi I Ar. Salem
141H Ar. Sulem
HiS Ar. Sulem
170 Ar. Salem
L'lU Way Fr't ar. Hnleni.
. 4 :00 p. m.
. 6 :1S p. m.
. . 5 :00 a. m.
. 8 :4U a. m.
, 1 1 :to a. m.
. :ir,p. m.
. U :l)0 p. m.
7 :45 p. m.
. 1 :115 p. m.
OltliCiON ELF.CTR1C RAILWAY CO.
2 Owl . ..
. . 10 Limited .
, . . 16 Limited
4 :.'I5 a. in.
7 :tr. a. ra.
!) :4."i . in.
1 1 :'.'H n. in.
1 ;l."i p. m.
4 .00 p. m.
r :t!7 ii. ni.
. . 6 :r, a. m.
. . 9 :2o a. m.
..11 :H5a. m.
. 1 1 :.'l'i p. in.
. . 4 :i)0 p. m.
. . 5 :li p. m.
. . 7 :S p. tn.
..10 :0U p. m.
7 :0j p.
HOI.'TII Illl UND
I'-JllTLAND TO SAIXM
Lv. I'ortlund. Ar. Salem
fi'tr, u. in 8:"i (Salem only)
8:2j a. m. ... 0 Limited ....10:11 a. ni.
DR. O. A. OLSON, Dentist Adminis
ters nitrons ozid and oxygen (us.
Eoom lill. Masonic Tcmido. I'houe
440. jsatem, Orgon.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished house
kcei'inu rooms reasonable. 8o5 North
Commercial street. tf
Fill: RENT liv 'month or week, strict-)
ly modern 5 room house furnished,
or unfurnished. I'houe 1":',7-W. tt'
UIiS. II. II. WHITE und R. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic jdivsieiuns ind
nerve specialist:. (Irnduates of Amer
ican school of Osteopathy, Kiil.siillc
Mo. Post (jradiiate.and sptcialicd i:
nerve dis"r.s's .it j'.os AnjjeliM e.illej,',
Treut acute and ciironic diseases.
f:onsultation free. I.ndy attendant.
Office oO.V.'u'i I'. S. National liank
Jinildi tiu- I'houe K.-j!I. Residiiice ill'j
North .'1,'itnl street, l'lione 4it!i.
WEBB i- flJl'CIH CO C. B. Webb,
A. M., Clouzh mortici.ins anil funeral'
directors. Latest modern met.iodsj
known to the profession employed,
4!D Court St. Main 120, Main IIS81.
RIODON'-RICIIARDSON CO. Funeral j
directors and undertakers, 2.12 North
Ililfh street. Dav und niht phone
WELTMKIt SYSTEM Ot siiK'estive
Therupeutics praetieed by Dr. W. T.,
TompKiiH, S. T. Most powerful, nat-,
ur.il and successful treatment known'
to science for the relief II lid cure of
headache, stomach, liver and kidney
trouble; rheumatism, constipation,
infantile paralysis and all female
complaints, heart, luuK and tin out
troubles; all di-cifcs of ilie eye; call'
cer, .yoitre, epilepsia, asthma, nerv
ousness or ii 1 1 v cnroiiic disease. Siil'-I
Restive therapeutics properly applied
to n diseased bodv is posit ive, sure
mid permanent in its results. Hours ,
It to 12 a. in, 1 to .1 p. m., phone
(e.,. Ol'ii i' rooms 1, " and :i llivne
Iil,l. oil Slate St., t-alcin, Oregon.,
10:40 a. m...
2:05. p. in. .
4 :40 p. lu. .
:0,-i p. m. .
9 :20 p.m. .
1 1 :40 p. ru. .
. 13 Limited ,
...17 Local ,
,...21 Owl ..
,.. 4:25 p. n.
... 6:40 p. Da.
... 8:10 p. ta,
. . 1 :03 p. ga.
4 :10 p. m. .
7 :85 a. m. .
1 i.Vl p. m. ,
5 :2o p. m. .
12 :0o p. in.
, B :37 p. m.
, 9:43 a. ta.
8 :55 p. ow
, 7 :S5 p. a.
8:W (L m.
. 10 Limited .
..16 Limited .
. . . 2 Owl . . .
Lv. Ralem Ar. Fhifen
2:00 a. m 21 Owl B:C0b. db.
7:10 n. m 05 9 :30 a.m.
10:15 a. ui 5 Limited ...,12:25p.m.
Lt. Hulem Ar. Aipanf
1 2 :50 p. m 7 ,.. 1:50 p m.
Stops at Curvaltia
Lr. Sulem. Ar. Aliluny
4 :2S p. in 9 B :20 p. m.
8:43 p. m.
Lv. Sulem Ar. Kiiip-nt
C :40 p. m 13 8 :50 p. m.
WuoDBtiiM Local Daily EicipT SnHOin
No. 114 I.eiiTes Salem 8 :40 p. m.
No. ta Arrives In Sa!a 1 :25 p. m.
8 :2," a.m.
12 :12 p. m. .
2 :II2 p. m. . .
4 :10 p. m. .
0:18 p. ni. .
10 : 1.1 a. m. .
4 :2.1 p. m.
12 :.",.") ti. ni. . ,
0:40 p. m. ..
, 9 :45 a. m.
1 :45 p. m.
4 :00 p. m.
B:37 p. m.
7 :o5 p. m.
. .. 6 :47 p. to.
. . . 2:'.'0 p. m.
... 8 :00 p. m.
WILLAMETTE UIVER ROUTE
OreRon City Transportation CampAny
Leave l'ortliind for Oregon City, Hiittevlll,
Newtien?, Mission (St. Paul), WheMlsnd,
Sulem (dully except Sunday) ..6:45 a. m.
Leave I'ortlund tor Indppeuune.
Albany L'orrullls, (Toes., T'liurs., Sat.)
1 8:45 . .
,0 a. m. Mod., Wed., Frt
...7 a. m. Moo., Wed., Frt.
. 9 a.. m Mm., Wed., FH.
10 a, m Mou.. Wed., Frt
0 a. m. Tues., Thnrs., Sat.
3ALEM S(.'A V UNO EH Charles Soos,
proprietor. Oarbare and refuso of all
kinds removed on monthly contract!
at reasonable rates. Yard and cess
pools flcnned. Office phone Maia
2247. Residence M.lin 2272. ;
For all hinds of Insurance in Stand
ard Companies, call on
P. J. Kuntz
Room 309, Bank of Commerce.
MONEY TO LOAN
ON Good Real Estate Security.
T1IOS. K. FORD
Over Ladd & Bush Bank, Salem, Oregon
MONEY T LOAN I have made ar
ranueinents for loaning eastern
money, will niahe very low rati! of
interest on highly improved farms.
Homer II. Smith, room .1 McCornurk
Itldii. Salem, Ore. I'houe
General Feed m4
Small Livery Btable.
C. W. TRAIN
854 Ferry. Fbone III
I I M HUM
Chinese Medicine and
Has medicine which will
cure any known disease.
153 South High Street,
Salem, Ore. Phone 2S3
- "--u -- n '- - ----u
SALEM WATER COMPANY Office
corner Comniprcinl and Trade etreeti.
For water service apply at office.
Dills payable monthly in advance.