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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, JUNE 13. 1916.
"Why Swear. Dear?
New Flau. Simple. Sure as.
Applied in a few Seconds. j
"Why, John, I never know you to
use such language! 1 've told you sev
rnl times it's no u?e to try thoe ban
dages, salves, tapes, plasters, and con-
Vou Wouldn't I.one YouclYmper. John,
It lou Iseit 'Gets-lt" lor Tliuio Corns!"
traptions for corns. Here's some 'Gets
It', it's just wonderful bow easy,
'clear and clean' it in ikes any corn
come right off. Takes but n few sec
onds to si I'ply. It dries at once, l'nt
your sock on right over it. there's
nothing to stick or roll up, form a
tiuudlc of your toe, or press on. the corn.
It's painless, simple as rolling off a
log. Now put awav those knives.
razors and scissors, use 'Cots-It'
vou '11 have i sweeter disposition
no more conn ami calluses.''
"(lets-It'" is sold by druggists ev
erywhere. 2V, a bottle, or sent direct
by K. Lawrence i Co., Chicago, 111.
Tlie New York
. City Marine Band
New York's "best'' the most
nought after band in ''America", has
been secured for the Western Chiiutati
quas. The inspirational power of a great
band every musician nil artist to his
finger tips, whose very soul tingles
Avifh tint milium (it t)i. h i rmriii ins In,
helps to swidl has in it the breath of !,na thf ''lKular ones enlivened by a fen
life itself. Music is man's highest ex- 'P'oniptu offerings, and the banquet
prossion of himself the baiid the su
preme instrument of tluit expression.
The New York City Marine Rand is
builded of that timber. It is to the
music of such a band that men charge
inpenetrable barriers impel!
'd bv a
strength apart from themselves be
come human sheaths to the bayonets of
the -eiiiurythe smile of triumph un
broken or stand rigid with the exalta
tion of unconquerable courage, as they
lire cut down like grass. It is to the
music of sin h a l and, when patriotic
airs are plnyed that tears fall un
ashamed flown' the grizzled cheeks of
veterans, as they remember the vic
tories or forlorn hopes of another day.
Children throb with the pride of inn-
4...... .. . ii I. .in . I .i.i. ., ..,,,,, o... I
inhnod and womanhood, ifav
t.m- ni.iiiii.ii.il ...in i.i.u.,i. ........ ........
you ever thought of this sheer strength
and manliness of n military or marine
Viand.' Besides patriotic, marine airs,
and inarches, there will be generous
selections from the best of Hie operas
and popular music.
Military encampments of six weeks to
lie h. Id this summer by -."II California
women to learn the wavs of war.
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
withLOCAI, APPLICATIONS, as they
cannot reach the seut ot the disease. Ca
tarrh Is a blood or constitutional diseuse,
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
Catarrh Cure Is not n quack medicine. It
was prescribed by one of the best pliy
wicians In tills country for years and Is
a regular prescription. It Is composed ot
the best tonics known, combined with the
best blood purifiers, actio? directly on the
mucous surfaces. The perfect combina
tion of the two Ingredients Is what pro
iloces such wonderful results in curing
catarrh. Send for testimonials, free.
'. J. CHUNKY & CO.. Props., Toledo, O.
Hold by liruiTKlsta. prkf 75c. r
'Cake Hall s Family t'HH for conittp.ltlon.
imtne tte '
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' MIMnli n mil l Ifcim l.ih.hhim-iiiii'ii iM.ir!, l ifir.i.l.i.HBK , iltani n n i ijn ntou n a.M.iMMrt-Yirt-lihliOirtfciiJIii m lfirfrt virj- L -.
! Salem s Handy Repair Guide
"to Stitch in Time Salves Nine"
The Capital Journal Guarantees the Following Firms Reliability
'JiTkzli?' Shoe Repairing while Excelsior Motorcycles
i And we'll save vou the time v . Ivcr Johnson and Eicclsior
yon might waste waiting for a QJ Willi Bicycles; .Repairing; Accessories;
i new part Tires; Oils; Motor Overhauling
; Oxy-acetyle.no weldin- makes our specialty.
the broken part good as new. yp DAAT CLIAD '
Estimates eheerfnllv furnished. It DUUl OllUl n Of) J
I VICK BROTHERS GARAGE, 3;5 STATE gT MOrSC & KafflSdefl
f 260 N. Iligb. Salem, Oregoa " ' Phone 1687 221 S. High St. '
" Springs Made and Modern Shoe Repair Co.
Repaired Capital Journal Advertising Under New Management
Welding and brazing of all kinds will repair, bnv or sell anv- AT A rMiv4 Cl,.l
all kinds of Auto Repairing ill CO UK OU 61
and paintins-aU work guaran- ''""S- Kceover the lost or
" d LU U rest, re found articles FillC SllOe Repairing
K. J. llCrSCnDaCn J. w. KAY and J. M. EMERICX J
229 State St. Saleut, Ore. Props. I
., "i::"":!rj"?" 1,1 " ""-t?
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Annual Event to Set the
Kverv Elk in
citv ot aieni la
wnn a uiue caiu in nis pu-M-t
uotuicd by Louis Lnchmunct,
exal'ed ruled, to meet at the rooms j
ot the lodge at J o'clock on Thursday
evening, June 13.
Th? object of the calling together of ;
the faithful Fh Salem, as well as those
from nil parts of the emmtrv, is to form '
a li IP ot inareu at
o'clock. The line will lead directly to i
the :nnorv, where tiie sixth annual '
homecoming of Elks will be observed !
in l -.i e an. I titling tonu.
Lowell Will, chairman of the music
committee, announces that the Elk or
chestra of 14 pieces lias been working
overtime on a march to be played as the
faithful euter the armory. The enter
tainment committee besides decorating
the interior with the F.Ik colors, nnrtilo
and white, have prepared a grand ban-
quet tor at least 400 and this spread
will lie in keeping with an event that
brings nil the members of the lodge
together at least once a year. K. Cooke
Path. n, chairman, co-operating with T.
ill. Biigh, Henrv Wenderoth. A. L. Wal
lace and S. M. Endicott, have been
giving their personal attention to all
the u. tnils of the annual event and have
prepared an evening's entertainment,
besides the banquet, about as follows:
Toastmaster, Louis Laehmitnd, exalt
Toasts: "When the Elks Come Home
to Feed," by Judge C. L. MeN'arv; "A
New Klk in the Herd." by Charles K.
Anherd; music bv the Elk orchestra;
"Sh.inld the F.Ik' Be Paroled?" by.
Judg.? Willitim Galloway; vocal solo,
"Mr Ilreuiuv China Ladv," bv. Miss
Venn Cooder": "All Elks Look Alike to
Me." by E. H. Ringo: music, by the Elk
orchestra; "Eleven O'clock," by Dr.
V. Cnrleton Smith.
After the toasts have all been given
nas ut en served ami tne lnittitul in a
proper mood, ready and will to be en
tertained, the amusements of the even
ing will be offered.
Manager Bligh and the other members
of the entertaiuuient committee submit
McNeil and May, dainty musical of
ferings. Mintz and Pitlmr. sinaors o'f nnnlitv
Messrs. Sisters, the frolicsome step-
Mi.-s Verna Cooder, the Elks' song -
Tom Ordemaii. the favorite basso.
McN'eil nnd May, Mintz and Palmer
and the Messrs. Sisters will earh put
on their second turn,
it hrTindorstood.Thnt no Elk;will be
... i . .... .
ncrmiitcti to rernrn to in home hetn.-n
the mystic hour eleven,
, , ,
The Bride's Nickle .
Saved the Wedding
Vancouver. Wash., ,lu
Minnie llruley hadn't
! with iier yesterday, she
10 IT!. If Miss
had a nickel
been Mrs. (ieorge K.
out inipiiilii!; about
over from Portland
Hart todav. With-
ot marriage licenses, the couple
" Four-rift v,"' said the clerk
the license was made out.
Hart dug deep in his pockets.
"I've only yot .fl.'Ju," lie announc
Al l.owendahl. the witness had a
(iiarler which he contributed. They
wro still five cents shy.
.i.i. . i . . , . i ' i. . i i
I i in uj iiii' uiii; -up a tiickci mm ,111
I obliging minister- married them for
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Kmiim and 1!. I.. (Ihler to Abe and
l.nbt Sowers, lots S and 9, 1.1k. (I, lligh
i land mid, Salem.
j P. .1. Harlio to P. 0. Henderson, pt.
' Coon id. lid-fi-lW.
W. II. Coulet et ux to P,. M. Dimifk.
j oust 12 of lot 3, 1.1k. .". Wiioilburn Pnck
, ing umipniiy's add. Woodburu.
i (1. W. Koff et it to County o'f Ma
1 lion, Oregon, pt. ,T. I.. Koff '. U5-7-2W.
Adam Snyder Poultry
Farm Reported Sold
(Cspitul Journal Special Service)
Ouinabv. Or.. June 12 The sale of I
the Adam Snvder pnultrv farm
Clear Lake is reported, at a price
around $"00fl. There are -i acres in
the tract which lies adjoining the
river road, a stretch of highway equal
to a paved street. The resilience.
dai.Jv barn, ami poultry houses are
modem and have water piped through
out, so the figure is not regarded as
high, although it was previously held
CJ. W. Sturgis. formerly of this sec
tion li'ia tm.to.l lii flip. Here stock!
!ram.h at Wrens, for the W ai re tract
nf .,, Tlioiiii.sous. adioining the citv
ot- stlem on the east. Loth parties are
we lea.i yvith the "swap" and
hnve taken possession of their new
Frost visited this section Friday
night, nipping a few beans, and ciius-
ing potato tops to turn black, but no
serious damage has been noted on
loganberries, as the fruit is too
advanced. The vield promises to be
excellent, althougn cherries nave
budlv thinned by late frosts
diss Bertha Kelley. of Denver is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. - . M. Ander
son, for the summer. Mr. and Mrs.
Anderson. !Mr.ss, KelleVl, Miss Ethel
Collier, and Hazel
Inez and Walter
Anderson made u
a pleasant party
rose show m
Jlarvey Girod of the Battleship
-naryland, now in port at Portland
came down last ween to attend the
funeral of his grandt'atlier, Gttstave
Frank Matthes and a couple of Wn
couda sportsman are enjoying a tv
week's fishing trip to MolnHa river.
Kev. Guy Stover, pastor of the Clear
Lake, Brooks and Qiiinaby Evangelic
al churches, who makes ids winter
home at Brooks, has removed with his
family to his summer cottage at (initi
Sophie Girod returned Sunday from
a week's visit to her aunt, Mrs. Anna
Girod of Fniitlund.
POLK COUNTY PARENT-
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Rickrenll, Ore.. June IX A Polk
county Parent-Teachers' association
was organized nt the Rirkrenll pTcnic
last Saturdav. About -10 delegates repre
senting a number of Parent-Teachers
associations from various ijlacos as
seinbled. The following officers were
elected: Mr. Eweiug. of Salem, presi
denti Mrs. I.augharv. of Biiena ista,
first vice-president;'Mr. Brunk, second
vice-president: Mrs. C. V. Johnson, of
Aiil'ie. secretary and treasurer. A com-
i;nn.. ,-ia nt.miinto.l tn di-fiw nn n eon-
j stitution and bv-laws nnd the meeting
was then adjourned. It had not been
. decided when the newlv formed associn-
I tion would meet again but it was left
to the direction of the president, who
expects to call a meeting in the near
1 f utu-e.
Tho rnretit-Teachers' association of
Monmouth, held their' last meeting for
the year, in the high school assembly
room last Tuesday evening with a ma
jority of the members present. After
the meeting was called to order by the
president. Mrs. Thos. Centle, the min
utes of the previous meeting were read
by the secretary, Miss Arbuthuot. Miss
Hohiun. the musical instructor of the
Oregon NorniaJ directed the flinging of
old familiar tunes. Dr. Price presented
to the association n paper on the physi
cian in the home which was very in-
foresting. .cxt, the editor of the Mou-
mouth paper gave his opinion upon the
necessity or the newspaper in every
home, jliss Mcintosh, in her discussion,
T mil Ol nor nniuy pinciiciii experiences
with the training school children. ' Mr.
E. L. Keezel, principal of Monmouth
higk school for the past three years,
gave his farewell talk. He expressed
his p'eastire in serving the people of
Monmouth during his stay here; also
his regret for leaving. He also gave
some suggestions for the future work
of the association, which was received
; ; .'
Automobile Passenger and Bag
Furnished Tents and Cottages...
L. D. PICKENS, Box 274
jjc ; 'f
very favorably. Other interesting fea
tures of tho evening were: The solo
by Miss Clreen, the reading by Miss
Arbuthuot, and the speech by 1'rof.
Gentle, which concluded the meeting.
The lollowing officers were elected for
the next school year: President, 1!. B.
atiSwcnson; vice-president. Mrs. E. R. Os-
trom; secretary auu treasurer, .miss Ar
buthuot. THE MARKETS
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
The market changes today are in
the live "stock market. There is a
general weakening all along the line
but the only changes are as follows:
Pork on footylown to 7 and 7 1-- cents
bulls at 3 and 3 1-2 cents ami ewes off
half a cent bringing the quotation to
I and 4 1-2 cents.
Wheat ..: - SiVo S,"c
Oats : 40c
Rolled barley $35.00
Cracked corn $37.00
Shorts, per ton
Alfalfa, California, ton
Creamery butter, per pound
. 20c 22c
Eggs and Poultry.
Eggs, case count, cash 20c
Eggs, trade 21c
Hens, pound 13c
Roosters, old, per pound 8e
Broilers, under 2 pounds 10c
Pork, Veal and Mutton,
Pork, on foot
Spring lambs, 19.1 6
I potatoes, ewi.
j Potatoes, new
I Green onions
! Orocn peppers
Lemons, per box
California grape fruit
Florida grape fruit ......
Eggs, per dozen, fresh ranch 25c
Sugar, cane $8.75
Sugar, beet $8.55
Creamery butter 35c
Flour, hard wheat $1.4nci I ..ill
Flour, valley $1.15125
Portland, tire., June 13 Wheat ;
Club. 85(i; 91c,
Hluestem," 9li(; We..
Fortyfold, Siifri 92c.
lied iiimsinn. s.i(Ti9fte.
Outs- Xo. 1 white feed, $23.00
Hurley: Feed, $27.50 2(1.00.
tlo.'.- Hest live, $.H.'
Pri'mo steers, $'.208,33.
Fancy cows, $7.25, '
Spring lambs, $0.00.
Hatter: City creamery, 20c.
Country butter 27c.
F.gs: Selected local ex.. 22 12
Hens, 14 II l-2c.
HroileiH, le. ,
(ieese, 1II( I Ic.
DR. O. L. SCOTT arnduute of Chiro
practic's Fountain He id, Davenport,
Iowa. If you have tried everything
and got no relief, try Chiroprac
tic spinal Adjustments and get well.
Office -KXi-7 8 II. S. National liniik
Huilding. I'liono Main 87. Kesideuce
J. C.Yl'KN Well known Chinese doc
tor has successfully treated till dis
eases in the past voir. See testimon
ials on file l. the Oriental Herb Co.,
CIO State St., Sulem. Out of town
patients treiited ly Symptomatic Di
agnosis. Send for diagnosis blanks.
CLEANERS AND DYERS
APPAIIKL SKRVK'K COMPAN'V
138 South High street. Wo clean
press, repair, remodel and rc-linc
clothing ami fu'rs. Careful attention
given ill work. We call and deliver.
DH. O. A. OI.SO.Y, Dentist Adminis
ters nil rous ozij and oxygen gas.
Koom 211. Mnsoiiic. Temple. I'houc
4-10. (alem, Criaon.
FOR Itr;NT Nicely furnished bouse
keeping rooms reasonable. 8-1." North
(.'ominercial street. tf
1 poi: i:i:n r- i:
! Iy modern "
' or unfuriii.-hi
. month or w eek, st rict
room house furnished
1. I'uone i;:!7-W. tf
Classified Advertising Page
New Today's work like
TOR 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 loutn bun-1
galow. Cill or write 1353 Ferry St.
fX'It SALE 10 acres, good land well
improved, 8 room house, large barn;:
good road, 3-4 mile to good town;
price $."51100, will accept $l."i00 in-,
come property; give time on .l."i0
"If desired. Square Deal Realty Co..
202 V. S. Bank bldg.
FOUB VALLEY FARMS For sale bv
owner on county road and railroad.
SO to 200 acres each, good buildings,
goon m'x',, sll under cultivation, close
to acrool, prices Teaeomble, ialf
cash, balance timo at 6 per cent orj
modern income bearing city property, i
P. O. Box 240, Snlerm tf
SEDUCED 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. Phono Main 933.
NOTICE To tho people of Salem,
that I have installed a complete oxy
actyleno welding and cutting appar
atus in my shop. For welding Steele,
cast iron, aluminum, brass and bronze.
We make a specialty of automobile
frame wolding, scored cylinders
blocks, broken crank cases, furm
and harvesting, machinery. We aro
also equipped for extra heavy weld-1
ing and 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. Grigg, general black
smith and wood working Bhop, 1S95
8tato street July 3
l)R&. B. II. WHITE and R. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians jnd
nerve specialists. Graduates of Amer
ican school of Osteopathy, Kirksville
Mo. Post graduate and specialized i:
nerve disei.ses it Lus Angeles college.
Treat acute and chronic diseases.
Consultation free. Lady attendant.
Office O05-50G U. R. National Hank
Building. Phono 830. liesidenee 3 1'J
North Capital street. Phone 4b0.
WEBB & CLOUGH CO C. B. Webb,
A. M., Clough mortici.ms and funeral
directors. Lntest modern mot'aods
known to the profession employed
409 Court St. Main 120, Main 9S83.
RIGDOX-RICnARDsON CO. Funeral
directors and undertakers, 252 North
High street. Dav and night phone
3ALEM SCAVENGER Charles Soos,
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
kinds removed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yard and cess
pools cleaned. Office phone Main
2247. Residence M.iin 2272.
SALEM WATER COMPANY Office
corner Commercial and Trado streets.
For water service apply at office.
Bills payable m'.i (lily in a-lvanc.
A. O. U. W. Protection Lodge, No. 2,
Meets every Monday evening lit 8 In the
MtCta-niick linll, corner Court and Liberty
streets, It. u. Donaldson, M. V. ; H. A,
Mi I'udilen, recorder ; A. L. Drown,
SAI.KM LOD'iK No. 4, A. F. 4 A. M.
Stated coiuiiniiitctitli.ns llrst Kriihiy In
nu ll month at 7 :.'lo p. m. In the Masnnlc
'J'em'lile. t hus. McCurter, V. M. ; S. Z,
SALEM IIIIMANK SOC'IKTY U. I). Keeler,
president ; Mrs. Loo Tlllsun, BeeretHry. All
discs of criiflty or neglect of dumh nnl
mals should l.e reported to the secretary
fur Invest Igntlmi.
CKXTItAI. I.ODfiK, No. 1S, K. of I'. Mc
Corniirk tiuildlnif. Tucsiliiy evening of
'enth week in. 7 ::ai. ,. c. lioltzel, C. C. ;
W. II. Cilsun, K. of It. and M.
It. N. OF A. "Oreiron drupe C'nmp." No.
L'tlie, meets every Thursday evening In
McCornuek t.ulldlnir. Couci and l.ll.erty
striH'ts: elevator. Mih. Sylvia Sclnuip),
1701 Market, orn' le ; Mrs. MclUsu Pel
sons, rece i iter, iiii) Nurtli Commerclul.
I'linne ll.'.il -M.
M(ll)i:lIN WOODMEN OF AMERICA Ore
en Cedar I'unip, No. 52 111, meets every
Thursihiy evening at 8 o'clock tu Mc
Cornaek hall, enrm-r Court and Llherty
streets. i;ievatnr service. Oeo. Rcluolil,
V. C. ; J. A. Wright, clerk.
CHADWICK CHAPTER, No. :i7, O. K. S
Keuhir meeting every first and third
Tuesdav lit S p. ni. Ill the Miisnlile Tem
ple. Sllniile Moeller, W. SI. ; Ida M.
IfE WORLD Meet every
Erlduy nlulit nt 8
k lu Met oriiiu k
, .; I.. S. (leer
block, (i. W. 1 1 i i oils, (
clerk, 5H7 Court street.
OK MOI.AY COMMANDHIIV, No. 5, K. T
ReulHi conclave fntirtti I'rlday In eneh
moniU ot H u'ep.i k. p in., In Musunle 't'eiu
pie. So.l"iiniliiK Sir Knluhts are eourte
uusly Invited to meet with us Lot L.
rcaree, 1J. (.'., Frank Turner, recorder.
UMTIM) ARTISANS Ciipllal Assembly,
No. HI, llleels everv WeihiedHV at H p. III.
In Mo.we hall. C. if. Mm I... k, M. A.:
C. Z. Run. lull, secretary, Sulem Ituuk of
tlODSON cocxcil.. No. t, It. k H. M.
Hlaied nsemi,iy tli-Ht Monday lu eu.-h
month. Miisonlc 'remple. N. 1'. Rasnius
sen, 'Ihrlee llhistrloiis Muster; tlleuu 0.
SALLM COI NCIL NO L'liJL'KnlKlits and
Ladies of Security ..feels every nd nnd
4tli Wednesday each inotitli at Ifnrst Hull,
Vlkltlni; luetnhei's are Invited to attend,
li. F. Wulfju, financier, -ISO S. lltli St.
PACIFIC I.OIiOK No. 50, A. F. & A M.
Stated coimt.MnlcuitoiiM third l-'rlduy
In each month nt 7 :.'lo p. m. In ihe
Masonic Temple. ., v. iloljm. W. M. ;
Li'uent II. Choate. secretary.
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
A Quick, handy reference for busy people
Salem Eleetri Co., Masonis Temple, 127 North High Main lWt
PLUMBING, STEAM FITTING AND TINNING
T. M. Barr, 164 South Commercial street Uala 19S
TRANSFER AND DRATAGE
Salem Truck & Evay Co., corner State and Front streets Ifala T4
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
16 Oregon ICxpress .,,
JM Kimeue LlmlKHt . . .
8 Willamette Limited
11! Hlmslli Limited . . .
1M Port limit l'llsseier
20 t'ortlund I'luscliKcr
H Portland RxiircuM .
. 5 :00 a. m.
....') .02 p. m.
. . 0 u. m.
. .11 :&5 a. m.
. . 1 :27 p. m.
. . 5 :00 p. m.
. :(H p. in.
'JJ' I'oiHnnd fast Freight 10 :30 n. m
Local way Kreliiti t . . . ,10 :35 a, ra.
15 California Express .... 3 :32 a. m.
17 Koseburg 1'nsHenger . .11 :'20a. m.
'.':i Kiwne Limited 10 :01 a. m.
It Cuttiiire iirovo l'uss. ..4:10n. in.
MiiKes connection wltn wo. 74 ueer
No. It Shasta Limited 5 M p.m.
Xo. 1!7 Wllluinette Limited... 6 : lit p. m.
No. 13 Sau Frunclsco repress 10 ;30 p. m.
No. iZ bun rranclsco last
No. 2-5 Local wny Freight .
No. 73 Arrives nt Snlcm...
lo. 71 Leaves Hulom
No. 7o Ar. Salem (mixed)..
12:01 a. m.
,11:10 a. m.
. .3 :1S a. m.
. .tl :R0 h. m.
. .2 :IKI p. m.
No. 74 Heave Halem
. .4 :M p. ni.
No connection south tt ueer,
Sai.em, Fam.h City nd Wkstrrn.
No. litl Lv. Sulem, motor 7 ;0 . m.
No. lt:: Lv Sitlem, motor 0:45 a. ni.
No. ltij Lv. Sulem for Monmouth
11 :10 a. m.
No. 107 Lv. Kulem, motor .,
. 4 :00 p. m.
. 0:15 p. ni.
. 5 ;0U a. m.
. 8 :40 a. m.
.11 :10a. m.
. 3 :1C p. m.
. 0 :00 p. m.
7 :45 p. m.
. 1 :3j p. m.
No. 1IW Lv. Salem, motor ...
No. 2: Way Fr't lv. Salem..
No. 102 Ar. Salem
No. Hit Ar. Salem
No. MO Ar. Salem
No. Ills Ar. Siiloin
No. 170 Ar. Salem
No. 240 Way Fr't or. Salem.
OHIXION ELECTHIO ftAlLWAY CO.
....2 Owl ...
. .10 Limited .
4 :ao a. in.
7 : in a. m.
0 : 1". a. in.
11 :2D ii. m.
1 :45 p. in.
4 :on p. in.
r :37 p. m.
7 :55 p. in.
, . 0 a. in.
. . 0 :25 a. m.
, .11 :.'5 a. m.
. 11 ::i p. m.
. . 4 .00 p. m.
. . 5 .no p. m.
. . 7 :BO p. in.
..10:00 p. m.
POBTLAND TO SALiJI
Lv. Portland. Ar. Snlem
6:45 n. m 8:55 (Snlem only)
8:25 a. ui. ... 5 Limited 10:11 a. m.
THLRAPuUTICfJ I Notice of Improvement of South
. . church Street
WKLTMEB SVSTEM Of Bnggestiye j Noti(.e Is hcri,,(V Rivcll that the (.om.
Therapeutics1 practiced by Dr. W. l.m(m ,.onm.i ateiii it expedient ao ti
TompKins, y. T. Most powerful. ""l",0 u,l hereljy declare its purpose and
ur.il and successful treatment known ; intention to improve South Church
to scienco for the relief; and cure ot tn.vt erom ,u south line of Statu
headache, stomach, liver and kidney strt,,,t ,(, tne norti, -,ne 0f Missioa
trouble; rheuniatism, constipation, , stropt( cxlP,t that portion there occu
infuutilo paralysis ami ull female, 1)yl wh,lt ;3 comm01ijy known al
eonipluialH. heart, lung and ,1,l0ut the lliish or Church street bridge ex
trouldes; all diseases of the eye; can-, (eniin fl.0L t1R 1Hr(l ine or' Oak
cor, goitre, epilepsia, asiiiinu, i . i
(iiisuess or unv cnronic disease, snt-
gestive therapeutics properly apj.lied
to a diseased body is positive, " "" ;
and permanent in ils results. Hours f
!l to I'J u. in, 1 to o p. ni., pnone ,
H'.il. Office rooms 1, 2 and .'! lliyne,
IH'U' 311 Si.te St., Suhou, Oregon.
LOST l-Vim auto fur collarette ,.lnp
iniese mink, either In east Salciu or
Yew I 'ark Sunday afternoon. Under j
return to Ivan (I. -Martin, Masonic
Temple iiihI receive reward. pmolH 1
For all kinds of Insurance in Stand
ard Companies, call ou
P. J. Kuntz
Room 300, Bank of Commerce.
General Feed an4
Small Livery Stabla
C. W. TBAIN
trA Ferry. Phone 18 f
Chinese Medicine and
Has medicine which will
cure any known disease.
133 South High Street,
Salem, Ore. Thone283
10:40 a. m. .
2 :05 p. m. .
4 .4n p. m. .
6 :OS p. ut, .
8 :20 p. ni.-.
11 :4a p. m,. ,
, 4 :23 p. m.
. :40 p.m.
. 8:10D. m,
. 1 M p. m.
, . 13 Limited .
.... 17 Local .
21 Owl ...
4 :10 p. m. .
7 :'tT. a. ui.' .
1 :(10 p. ui. ,
5 :2S p. m. .
12 :U0 p. in.
, 6 :37 p. m.
, 9 :45 4. m.
; 8:68 p. m.
, T :6S p. m.
. 10 Limited .
, .10 Limited ,
. . . a owi . ..
Lv. Salem Ar. Rugffll
2 .00 a. m. .... 21 Owl 6 :60 a. m.
7:10 a. ni 65 9 :30 a.m.
10:15 a. ni 0 Limited ....12:25 p.m.
Lv. Salem Ar. Allmnj
12:55 p. m 7 , .. 1:50p.m.
Btopt at CoryalHi
Lv. Snlem. Ar. Altyinf
4:25 p. m 9 6:20 p.m.
6:45 p. a.
Lv. Snlcm Ar. Eugeoe
6:40 p. m 13 8:50 p. m.
WooDiititiN Local Da!LI Excpt SuNniTi
No. (14 Limvin Balem 8 :40 p. m.
No. 63 Arrives In Balm 1 :25 p. m.
8 :25 a. in.
12:12 p. m. .
2 :.'12 p. m. . .
4 :10 p. m. .
6:18 p. ui. .
10 :15 a. m. .
4 :25 p. m. . ,
12:55 p. m. .,
6 .40 p. ui. . ,
801 III BOUND
... 9:45a, m.
. .. 1 :45jp. nv
... 4 :Wp. m.
... 8:STp. m.
. . . 7 :55 p. m.
. . . 5 :47 p. m.
... 2:20 p. m.
... 8 :00 p. m.
WILLAMETTE RIVER BOTJTB
Oregon City Transportation Company
Leave Portland for Oregon City, Hnclevllle,
Newhnrg. Mission (St. Paul), Wheatland,
Sulem (dully except Sunday) ..6:45 a. m.
Leave l'ortland for lndepentteneei
Albany CorvulllB, I'lues., Thum,, Sat.)
, 6:13 a. m.
. . a a. m Hon., Wed., Frl.
...7 a. m. Mon., VVihI., Frl.
. . 0 a., m Mon., Wed, Vrl
10 a. m. Mon.. Wed., Frl.
0 a. m. Tuea., ThurK., Stat
Corvnllhi . . .
street to the north line of iho westerly
. i(.,ii,.,, utp,.t nt. 'nn ex.
o( thu ni,llttiI1( u,i adjuccng
,,ri,,0rt' bv bringing said portion of
mi( (l "d,,,",.,.!, Htreet to the official
constructing cement toncreto
, , av:n., saj, portion of said
i,)rt wit, a six-inch, two-coursa
Jlituiuinous 'oncrete p a v e m e u t,
consisting of a one and one half
inch Bituminous Concrete wearing sur
face laid on a four and one half ini li
llittiiniiius Concrete base in uceordanea
with tho plans, specifications aud esti
mates for the improvement ot said por
tion of South Church street, adopted
by the common council on. the nth day
of June, l'.Hll, now on file in the of
fice of the city recorder which for a
moro detailed 'description thereof are
hereby refeired to nod made a part of
this "notice; being that character or
kind of improvement known and desig
nated in said plans, specifications nnj
estimates as " llittimiuous Concret
ln cement. No. f."
Tim common council hereby declare
ils purpose and intention to make sau
above described improvement by ami
through tho Street Improvement De
partment of the city.
liv order ot the common council.
Clias. F. Klgin, City Recorder.
Dnted this H dav of Juiry li'lfl. ne!7
MONEY TO LOAN
ON Good Real Estate Security.
THOS. K. FORD
Over Ladd ft Bush Bank Salem, Oregon
MONI'.y TO LOAN I have mado ar
rangements for loaning casters
money, will mako very low rate of
interest on highly improved farms.
Homer If. Smith, room 3 McCornaek
ltl.lt'. Snlem. Ore. Phone Wi.
Let the Capital Journal New Today
Column put your dollars on tha tight