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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, ORttGON, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 2, 1916.
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PHONE 937 For wood saw.
HABEY Window washer. Phone 7C8
.WANTED 2 men for hoeing. 36T1L.
EUEBER Stamps made 103 S. Com'l
TRESPASS Notices for gale at Jour
nal office. tf
FRONT APARTMENTS Cf round floor
491 N. Cottage. ,
TRESPASS NOTICES FOR SALE at
FOR SALE Ford car in excellent con
dition. Phone 24-V. uug4
FIFTEEN CORDS Of second growth
fir wood. Phone S1F13. nug3
FOR RENT S1C.NS For sale at Cap
ital Journal office. tf
FOR SALE Or trade. for wood, gaso
line engine. Phone 451. tf
FOR SALE Singer sewing machine,
cheap for cash. Phone 2021. uug."
FOR SALE Large young team. Mrs.
E. Thomas, Marion, Oregon. augli
FOR SALE Cheap, 3 chair barber
outfit. C. Brasher, phone 762-K. aug'i
WANTED A boy to work at
btone s drug store.
WANTED Girl nt Leonard Hotel, Ap
ply in person. augS
WANTED Lady solicitors to work in
Salem. Applv nt 770 So. Commercial
St. - tf
FOR SALE Or trade, two sawmills.
H. E. linker, 204 Bank of Commerce.
FOR RENT 5 room modem bungalow
furnished. Phone Mr. . H. Choato,
FURNISHED Rooms and
ing apartments, rates
close in, 160 Court.
WANTED Party to haul ."0 cords ot
white fir wood, close haul. Phone
LOST Saturday rubber boot, between
Shaw anil Siiver Creek Falls. W. 11.
llowd, Shaw, Or., phone iiugS
ADS under this heading lc a word.
Bead for profit; use for results.
FOR SALE 5 fresh cows and a Dutch
Belt bull, or trade for beef cattle.
Phone 1150-W. lCIO Mill St. oug2
FOR SALE Nine registered Berk
shire sows, and one registered boar.
Phone UFO. nug2
BRAND NEW Oliver No. 5 typewrit -
-er for sale. $,'!. Inquire nt A. At. unipli before 1S18. The people guess
llnnseu's sash and door factory. au4 1 everything, ranging from five more
months to five more years. The ltul
FOR SALE 2 pr. of feather pillows, lj in government, however, does not
feather mattress. 0 quilts. Enquire i speculate, jt leaves that to the oth
t 1427 N. Church St.. Salem, nugii ;,. In the meantime it prepares by
Indian blanket on'
St, Louis and Salem
Finder phone 1009
FOR SALE No. one driving horse, fi
years old. weight 10.10. Phone :t.1l'31
or write J. If. Mncy, BrooksT Or. an3
WANTED TO TRADE flood house
nml lot for work horses and some
cash. Address E. O. Journal office.
rii.'T Yellow ennninir nenches this
week at Derby peach ranch, 40 rods'
east of Kaiser school house, for 7"
cents and $1.00 per bushel. aug3
T'ipt van SiT.F T?v owner: cheap.
162 Vj acres on Lake Lnbisli, 4 y3
miles north of Salem. Will sell nil
or in tracts. Phone C34-J. tf
FOR SALE Vp to the minute euoit
wniron: also low iinderslung spring:
single hack, 10 if tuken now. En-
quire 733 Front St. after (i:30 1- "'
FOR SALE 3t half truck SttidnbaV
a n-n.Trtn Will trn.lrt TOT llPUVei
wagon, co'rdwood or stumpage. 2780
J.ee. Fnone 1322 J.
- . . ,, ,,
FOR RENT Furnishe.t or
sleenini? rooms, office rooms and
hrrmsekeeping rooms, reasonable rates
W. H. Norris, Kec. Hubbard bldg.
Room 304. tf
CAPITAL EXCHANGE Phone 493
337 Court St. From fZ to $6 paid for
2d hand mens suits. We buy, trade
and sell jewelry, musical instruments
tools and guns' augll
FOR SALE One Advance engine, IS
h. p., double cylinder nnd Advance
eparntor. 3('.x.i(i and threshing out
fit complete, in good repair. A bar
gain must be sold. See John Zie-
linski, Salem R. F. P. S, or C. M.
Inman, Masonic Temde, Salem, mil
When You Go
to the country, the camp, the
mountains or resort for the
The Capital Journal
and your paper will be sent
there as long at yon want to
stay. Just call .for the Circu
lation Department. Phone 81.
(Continued from Tagc Th'.ee.)
An unselfish allied patriotism seems
to have been born in the travail of
strife. Particularly she fights to win
her own "geographical and marine lib
erty." As a condition of" the allied
e:ue she will press the "correction"
of her northern border. She will seek,
as she has always sought, the return
of her "unredeemed lands," Trent and
Trieste. The natural fortifications of
the Alps, which are now entirely in
Austrian territory, must be divided.
Italy miastt have something besides
frontier plains and valleys to insure
her a peaceful and prosperous life. The
almost insurmountable difficulties of
her mountain warfare, she asserts.!
have proveu this to her beyond t.ie(frmn home. Have receiveij n0 pav vet.
shadow of a doubt. The "threat of Th; ar(J peawful here but at No.
an armed Austria, looking down upon ,08 B)t of bere 80me ffw hundred
her, must be f orever removed. . ghot8 exchanC(1 each dav or
Austria's Control of Adriatic
In the Italian opinion the Austrian
control of the Adriatic also should
come to an end. Owiiu to the uneven
ncss of the balance, Italy declares that
her Adriatic commerce has amounted to
a pructical nothing. On the other nnnd.
Austria, it is asserted, bus turned on
her unjust control and prevented fair
I inter the spur ot sueii possessions
Italy dreams that much of the power
of old Rome would return to her.
Something ot' the spirit of that ancient
mistress of the world has lately been
born again in her.' it is showing itself
in a thousand and oue plans, suddenly
formulated and aimed at the acquisi
tion of industrial, commercial and ar
In the presence of the poe iu Rome
apparently has done little to compli
cate .the Italian situation. Benedict
has made at. least one direct plea and
not a few indi
rect pleas lor a general
Fforts have been diplo-
peace. His efforts have been di
m.s....ii.- ,;atu,i h- ..n tt... nili. in-
eluding "jtalv. The peaceward inquir-
ies of the holv father, it is said. al -
wavs meet with a unanimous allied
response. "We are ready for peace,
but only for an allied peace," the al
lies invariably are reported to reply.
The Italian papers generally give but
little if any space to the pope's peace
ward utterances. Consequently they do
not come into the constant thong.it of
the people. The possibility of any
marked effect is therefore eliminated.
Want Pope's ntercession
However, the general belief here is
that Germany is seeking to effect
peace through the holy father. Papal
representatives to the central powers
are said to have laid the conditions
of a pax Germanica before his holiness.
The conditions, it is rumored, were
felt to be unsatisfactory to the allies
on their face. But, ns the story goes,
the Vatican regarded them as a start
ing point. Many believe that they in
vited President Wilson's recent aca
demic discussions on pence and the ap
parent interest of the king of Spain.
Italians generally view the alleged
performance as a show of German
weakness and an enemy plea for nn
early peace. These cnu be the neces
sary preliminary steps that ' possibly
inuy reach pence, it. is admitted. The
nnll, however, can be and probably will
be on the roll for many mouths, it is
reminded. If it is on the roll at all,
comes the constant Italian reetition,
it is on rlie roll not toward a pax Ger
manica bnr VowutjI a stable allied peace
When will the war end? Italian
speculation gives the question many
answers. The Vatican, it is felt, is
making n stupendous effort to end the
strife before winter. The- pope, it s
rumored, has not gtveu up hope of ac
rniniillHliinir his mirnose. The military
apptirently does not look for final tri-
Imr.l nn,1 constant, but patriotic labor
for un ndeftnite period of fighting.
Number of Known Dead
From Brush Fires 318
llailcybury. Out.. Aug. 2. Officials
todav announced the known death list
i in the great urusn lire ni .n.-. cioru
told bv refugees who fled from out
lying districts before the blighting
blaze crumpled every living thing in
the path like tissue paper, led officials
to fear the total list may exceed "00.
The official figures so far obtained
show 14 dead at. Roinore, 130 at
Mntheson nnd vicinity: 137 nt Xiishka
I ml Monteith: two at Kelso; 1.1 nt
lri.nnow Falls. 20 nt Cochrane.
Communication with outlying dis
tricts remain broken. It will be neces
sary for searchers to visit the sections
k..fnrn definite finures can be ob-
A pp),uiin.r phase of the fire was
'that it hns considerably enhanced
.hundreds of acres by clenring them of
brush and undergrowth that would
thousands of dollars to re-
Ti, Germany there has been invented
n fireproof celluloid, chiefly for use in
(itnmlnli.le win(1oB., ,. .ir,d shields.
Why Have Your Capital tied
Up in an. Empty House?
Ad at One Cent a Word will
Get You a Renter.
(Continued from Page 1.)
ing. I did not hear the call.
Tomorrow I have another company to
move to Imperial City. This will be a
permaneut camp, with floors in the
tents, etc. Uncle Sam is spending $12,
000 in this work I expect to have an
electric .light in my tent. How is that
I have been assigned to the supply
company and have left Major Abrams
and Lieutenant Compton, and now have
a lx9 tent all to myself in the head
quarters row. Am still messing with L
v , ,.vh ,, i T krnnirhf
1 haven't yet had time to study or
night. The situation is uncertain.
J he boys came in the other nignt ana
rolled down the front of my tent and
tied it so tightly that I nearly had to
go under the side to get out.
Imperial City is on tat beach, about
two miles directly west of here. Taps.
GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Cap
sules will brincr new life and quickly
relieve that stopped-up congested feel
ing. They will thoroughly cleanse and
wash out the kidneys and bladder and
gently carry off the ill effects of ex
cesses of all kinds. The healing, sooth
ing oil soaks right into the walls and
lining of the kidneys and .expels the
poisons in your system. Keep your kid-
nevs in good shape bv daflv use of
GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules
aid .vou wi" have good health. Go to
your druggist at .once and secure a
parage oi this time honored, world
w'de remedy. Tt is not a "patent
medicine." It is passed upon by U.
S. government chemists and declared
pure before coming into this country.
GOLD MEDAL is, the pure, origiual
Haarlem Oil, imported direct from the
ancient laboratories ii Holland where
it is the -National Household Remedy
of the sturdy Dutch. Look for the
name GOLD MEDAL on every box.
Accept no substitute. Your druggist
will gladly refund your mouey if not
Portland Stock Market
and Prices August 1st
With nnother heavy offering of cat-
tl yesteruav, the market was extreme
Iv slow. Prime steers were as much
us 2.1 to ,10c lower. Top steers sold at
$7..10 which would have easily brought
ifS.OO u week ago. Very good steers
sold at $0.7.1 to 7.00. Bulk of steers
went around ifG..10. The medium and
fair grades sold steady with a week
ago. The most of this class went $.1.00
to $0..10. Cows as a rule sold at about
the same loss. A few sold for $.1.50
but the most of prime cows went $.1.00
to $.1.15. Bulk of cows sold around
$4.00 to $4.50. Bulls sold sternly to a
shade higher with last week. Best bulls
realized $4.75 against n top of $4.50
last week. Calves were steady with a
The hog market showed another
sharp advance yesterday when prices
were 20 to 30c over last weeks close.
There was but a light run nnd buyers
were eager. Tops sold nt $9.35 with
the bulk selling $9.2.1 and $9.30.
There was a good demand fur all
sheep offerings at steady prices yes
terday. Choice lambs sold lit $H.25
with culls going at $5.50 and $0.00.
Yearlings selling $0.00 and $0.2.1 and
ewes nt $.1.00.
The fact that the only fresh food
that the famous German undersea Iner
Deutschland carried on its recent pi
oneering voyage to America was or
anges and lemons, may have a bearing
ou some recent experiments in food
values that may change the diet of the
Noted scientists, among them emi
nent Germans, have practically estab
lished the fact that certain fooil sub
stances called "Vitamines" are not
only necessnry to life and the proer
development, ot tne body cells, put also
serve to prevent disease due to mal
nutrition. It has been shown that several of the
staple foods of today, because of the
more.lii methods used in prepanni; tnem
for the market, are entirely lacking in
vitamines, but that oranges ami lemons
are plentifully supplied with vitamines
of a very hardy type,
It is sui.l oranges and lemons were
chosen for the Deutschland 's officers
and crew to balance the diet and siiii
ply the healthful live freshness of these
Experiments with animals of several
kinds huve proved that the juices of
certain fresh truits anil vegetables
contain revivifvin properties. On
If you suffer backache, sleepless
nights,' tired, dull days and distressing
urinnrv disorders, don't experiment,
I Head this twice-told testimony. Its
Snlem evidence doubly proven.
I .1. II. l'enton, iW'i Lee St., Salem,
says: "un several occasions a com
settled in my back, across my kidneys,
causing pain that extended into my
loins. 1 knew from other disorders
tlint my kidneys were to blame and
started using Donn's Kidney Pills. I
found them just the thing to rid me
of the pnin and disorders." (State
ment given December 11, 1912.)
On April 12, 1910, Mr. l'enton said:
"1 have never found a more reliable
medicine for backache and kidney dis
orders than Donn's Kidney Pills.
Whenever my kidneys get out of fix,
thev soon put them rig.it."
Price 50c at all dealers. Don't
siinplv nsk for a kidney remedy get
lnnn Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. l'enton has twice publicly recom-
i mended. Fosrer-Jfilburn Co., Prop.,
I Buffalo, N. Y.
THE MARKETS J
The following prices- for fruits
and vegetables are thole asked by
the wholesaler of the retailer, atd
not what is paid to the producer.
All other paces are those paid the
producer. Corrections are made
Reports of damage by rust to wheat
in the central states is responsible for
advance in wheat.' With a price in
Portland for club wheat at 97 cents,
the local price is near the 85 cent
mark. , .
Eggs price vary, as a few of the re
tailers claim to buy for 20 cents cash,
and others are peying 22 cents. The
Portland market rase count is 24 and 25
Rolled barley 435.00
Cracked corn $40.00
Shorts, per ton $31.00
Alfalfa, California, ton JZU.UU
Buttcrfat . 26c
Creamery butter, per pound .....29c
Country bntter 20c22c
Eggs and Poultry.
Eggs, case count, cash 22c,
Eggs, trade 24c
Hens, pound lac
Roosters, old, per pound 8e
Broilers, under 2 pounds 14c(g 15c
Fork, Veal and Matton.
Veal, dressed 910 l-2c
Pork, dressed lO'aCaUc
Pork, on foot - $.S$S.85
Spring lambs, 1918 77 l-2c
Steers 5(36 l-2c
Cows 4(34 l-2c
Bulls 3fi)3 l-2c
Ewes . ..44 l-2c
Tomatoes, California 75c
String garhe lse
potatoes, new I i--(ai d-4c
Onions, California ..........
Beans, green and waxed
Onions, Walla WaBa
... 50(3 75c
Lemons, per box
Cantaloupes : . . . .
California grape fruit . .
Florida grape fruit
Eggs, per dozen, fresh ranch SOc
Creamery butter -Flour,
Flour, valley ....
Tortland, Ore., Aug. 2. Wheat:
Red Russian, 99c.
Oats: No. 1 white feed, 27.50.
Barley: Feed, $27.50.
Hogs: Best live, .9..'!0.
1'rime steers, $7.25(3 7.40.
Fancy cows, $5.25(3 5.40.
Hpring lumhH, $S.25.
Butter: City creamery 2ftc.
r-Kgs: Selected local ex., 27(3 29c.
Broilers, 10(3 I7e.
Oeese, 9(3 10c.
certain diets, lacking the juices the an
imals have died. Other animals nUoiit
to die for the Inck of this particular
"substance" have immediately return
ed to normal on the injection of the
A box of SunkiHt oranges and a box
of Sunkist lemons was presented to the
captain anil crew of the famous I' boat
lor the return trip.
A FISH STORY
A party of freshmen composed of
Art Good, Bill Daniels, L. V. Clcason,
Kliner Dane and Al Godfrey were quite
lucky on a one day fishing trip Inst
Sunday on the Abipua, catching 175
trout in 0 hours fishing. The only
misfortune happening was one member
of the parly discovering upon hi ar
rival at home that he binl forgot his
fish basket containing 50 fish in it.
back on the stream.
$1500 HOMEFOR $750
Mr. Tfonieseeker this is well worth
your time to look up this rare bar
gain; a well built 5-room cottage, barn,
fruit trees, large lot; price $750; terms.
Cozy 5-room cottave at 350 Hellevue
St., near Commercial Nt., onlv 4 1-2
blocks from Bush Hank, street psved,
clear title; price $llio0 for a few days
only; the best buy in the city.
Choice Vacant Lots
We write r'ire Insurance in best old
line companies. See us about
Money to Loan
Houses to Rent
For Rent, Fine Farm, 250 Acres
on the famous Howell I'rairie, over 200
acres under Cultivation; one tf the best
farms in the state.
List Your Bargains with
L BECHTEL & CO.
347 State Street, Balem, Oregon
Classified Advertising Page
UNCALLED FOB LETTEB3
Advertised August 1.
Bacon, Nrs. Leona W.
Bonner, Mr. Earl.
Brain, Mr. Eddie.
Brown, Miss Elsie.
Brown, Miss Lucv.
Barchell, Miss Mildred.
Button, Mr. H.
Ccirsey, Mr. George.
Couroy, D. M.
Daniels, Mr. Harry.
Dixon, Mrs. J. W.
French, Mr. Elbert.
Freres, M r. W. L.
(iarber, Mrs. Ira.
Oillou, Mrs. Robert.
Glvnu, Mr. Jack.
Hatch, Mr. Stanley P.
Haughton, Miss Cnrelyn.
Hepburn, Mr. William, care
.Heth, Mr. Willie.
Heth, Mrs. Mary.
Hintt, Miss Luann (2).
Higgins, Jennio B.
Howard, Mr. Alfred.
Howe, Mrs. Eva.
Kalisky, Mrs. Moric.
Kenwell, Dr. J. J.
McClellan, Miss Myrtle.
McGrath, Mrs. Frank.
Marvin, Miss Rebecca.
Miller, Mr. Erve?
Morgson, Mrs. Margaret.
Niewood, Mr. M. E.
. Page, Mrs. May.
Patcrson, Mr. Robert.
Schultz, Mrs. John.
Steiver, Mrfstcr Lawrence.
Taylor, Miss Jessie
Thompson, Mrs. R. E.
Tkuxman, Miss Hcllcu.
Turner, Fred H.
Walters, Mr. C. L.
Weiderin, Miss Ada.
AUGUST HUCKESTEIN, P. M.
Cleveland, Au.B- 2. Walter Johnson,
Washington's premier twirler is cele
brating today the ninth anniversary
of his debut in the American leairue.
It was on this date in 19007 that the
speed king did his first pitching for
the Senators, then mnuaged uy tanui
Why the Journal is popular
it prints tne world's news to-
THE NEW MARION APARTMENTS
Nelson Or. Freeman, proprietor, os
cillating wall beds, hot water heat,
Dutch kitchens. Beautifully locat
ed, opp. Marion park, 010 N. Com
mercial St., Salem, 9rcgoa. Phone
209. .Tnnitor service.
DR. O. L. SCOTT Graduate of Chiro
practic's Fountain Hetd, Davenport,
Iowa. If you have tried everything
and get no relief, try Chiroprac
tic spinal adjustments and get welL
Office 406-7-8 U. 8. National Bank
Building. Phone Main 87. Residence
DR. O. A. OLSON, Dentist Adminis
ters nitrous ozid and oxygen gas.
Room 214. Masonic Temple. Phone
440. Hateai. Orero,
REDUCED FREIGHT BATES To and
from all points east, on all household
goods, pianos, etc. Consolidated car
Faxd service. Capital City Transfer
Company, agents for Pacific Coast
Forwarding company, 161 South Com
mercial street. Phone Main 933.
1RS. B. n. WHITE and R. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians ind
nerve specialists. Graduates of Amer
ican school of Osteopathy, Kirksville
Mo. Post graduate and specialized it
nerve diseisea 4t Los Angeles college.
Treat acute and chronic diseases.
Consultation free. Lady attendant.
Office O05-500 U. S. National Bank
Building. Phone 859. Residence 346
North Capital street. Phone 469.
WEBB ft CLOTj'HH CO C. B. Webb.
A. M., t'loujjh morticlins ana lunerai
directors. Latest modern metiods
known to the profession employed
499 Court St. Main 120, Main 9888.
BIGDON-RICHABDlsON CO. Funeral
directors and undertakers, 252 North
High street. Dar and night phone
SALEM WATER COMPANY Of flc
eorner Commercial and Traae streets.
For waer service apply at office.
' Bills payable mon'.hly in advance.
SALEM SCAVENGER Charles Boos.
Eroprietor. Garbage and refuse of aU
inds removed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yard and eess
nnnla cleaned. Office pbnnt Main
8247. Residence V - 222.
FOR 8 ALB
mi) SALE 10 acres. 7 A. improved
fair house, barn, milk house, running
water, good road, will sell cheap if
taken soon; also 5 acres' all in cultivation,-well
fenced, good buildings
and some fruit. Will sell for $1400,
If sold soon. Terms easy. Square
Deal Healty Company, Telephone
MORLKY'K PAT. BRACED STYLE.
Depot American fence.
Screens for Doors and Windows.
Paints, Oils and Varnishes.
Stoves reiaired and sold.
B. B. Hemjng, ?"0 Court. Phone 124.
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24 Eugene Limited . . .
28 Willamette Limited
12 Shasta Limited ...
18 Portland Passenger
20 Portland Passenger
14 Portland Kiuress .
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Makes connection wlta No. 74 Ueer
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No connection south el ueer.
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WILLAMETTE BIVBR BOTJTB
Oregon City Transportation Compaay
Leave Portland for Oregon City, Buttevllla
Newberg, Mlaolon (Ht. Paul), Wheatland,
Balem (dally e sent Sunday) . .6 :48 a. m.
Leave Portland for Independence.
Albany-t'orTSllls, (Tues., Tours., Sat.)
, . 4 a. m. Mob., Wed., Fri.
.. .7 a. m. Mon., Wed., Frl
. . 9 s.. m Mon., Wed., Frt
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WELTMER SYSTEM Of suggestive
Therapeutics practiced by Dr. W. T.
Tompkins, 8. T. Mdst powerful, nat
nril and successful treatment known
to science for the relief and cure of
headache, stomach, liver and kidney
trouble; rheumatism, constipation,
infantile paralysis and all female
complaints, heart, lung and throat
troubles; all diseases of the eyej can
cer, goitre, epilepsia, asthma, nerv
ousness or any enronie disease. Sug
gestive therapeutics properly applied
to a diseased body is positive, sure
and permanent in its results. Hours
9 to 12 a. m, 1 to 5 p. m., phone
991. Office rooms 1, 2 and 3 Biyne
Bldg 341 State St., Salem, Oregoa
A. O. TJ. W. Protection Lodge, No. 2,
Meets every Monday evening at 8 In the
McCornack ball, corner Ceurt and Liberty
. streets. It. O. Donaldson, M. W. ; B. A,
McFaddes, recorder; A. L. Brown,
CBNTItAL LOriflB, No. 18. K. of P. Mc
Cornack building. Tuesday evening of
each week at 7 :30. J. U. UelUel, C. C i
W. B. Olleon, K. of B. and B.
SALEM LODflft No. 4, A. F. k A. M
Btated communications first Friday la
each month at 7 :H0 p. m. in the Uaaonlc
Temple, t'haa. McCarter, W. M. ( 8. Z.
SALEM 41 U MA KB BOCfETY D. D. Keeler,
president ; Mrs. Lou Tlllaon, secretary. All
cases of crnl-tty or neglect ot dumb ani
mals should be reported to the secretary
B. N. OF A. "Oregon Orape Camp." No.
1860, meets every Thursday evenlngls ,
McCornack building. Court and Liberty,
streets; elevator. Mrs. Sylvia Hckaupp, ,
1701 Market, oracle; Mft. MeOaaa Per 1
sods, recorder, 12V0 aona commercial.
MODERN WOODMEN 4F AMERICA Ore
n Cedar 1'iniD. No. 6240. meets every
Thuradar evening at 8 o'clock la Mc
corner Court and Liberty
traeta. Eleviltor aervlce.
V. c ; J. A. Wright, clerk.
CBADWICK COAPTEn, No. 87, O. B. B.
Regular meeting every Ilret and third)
ruesday at 8 p. m. fa- the Maaonlc Tem-
. pie. Minnie Moeller, W. M. ; Ida M.
The fact that Zensal is made
to reach the two distinct
types of Eczema should ap
peal to all skin sufferers.
Tetter, salt rheum . and dry
eczema should be treated
with Dry Zensal. For weep
ing skin use Moist Zensal.
75c a jar at
OREGON ELECTRIC RAILWAI CO.
Train No. Ar. Portland
.... 20wl ...... 6:88 a. na.
6 9 :2B a. m.
4 :85 a. m.
7:18 a. m.
..18 Limited .
.. 16 Limited ,
.11:88 a. oa.
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8 ::!0 p. m.
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...10:00 p. .
POBXLAND TO BAUkt ,
6 :'M a. m. Salem 8 :3a Eugene 10 :8B a. as.
g :30 a. m.
6 Limited .... 10:11 a. oa.
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....21 Owl laa
, NOBTH BOUND
.. 10 Limited .... 8:45 a: aa,
...18- I.laJlted.... 4 tOO p. aw
2 Owl 4:35 a. aa.
21 Owl 6 :80 a. as.
... B Limited ....11:iDaB,
Stops tt Carvalisi
9 5:10 p.m.
81 0 7 ;35o--
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WOODMBN OF TUB WORLD Meet Tsrf
block, G. W. Hkrous, C. C; L. . Ueet
clerk, 607 Court street. Pbene 603.
DB MOt.AI COMMANDRRI, No. 8, K. T.-
Regular conclave fourth l rloay In eaca
Booth at 8 o'clock, p m., In Maaonlc Te
plv Bojournlng Sir Knights are courte
ously Invited to meet with us Lot L.
Pearce, B. C, Frank Turaer, recorder.
ONITBii- ARTISANS Capital AaaemWy,
No. 84, meeta every Wednesday at 8 P-w
In Mooae ball. C. O. Matlock, M. Aj
C. Z. Randall, secreury, Balem Bank f
BODSON COUNCIL, No. 1. B. At S. at
Btated aaaembly 8rat Monday In eac
month, Masonic Temple. N. P. Kaamoe
sen. Thrice Illustrious Master; Uleaa C
SALEM COUNCIL NO. 2622 Knights aa4)
Ladles of Security Meeta every 2nd aa
th Wednewlny each month at Uurat Hsii.
Vlaltlne member sre Invited to atteaa.
F. Walton, fiisniler, 41W 8. 14th BC
PACIFIC LODOB No. 5, A. F. k A. L
Stated comuiiinlcatloos third rrldar
In mcd month at 7 :30 p. m la
Maaonlc Temple. Usl Vv Botam, W. as..
Rrneat H. Cluat. awrnary
MONEY TO LOAN
ON Good Real Estate Security.
THOa K. FORD
Orer Ladd It Bush Bank Balem. Oresroi
MONEY TO LOAN I have made ar
rangements for loaning eastara
money, will make very low rata ot
Interest on highly improved farm.
Homer H. Smith, room S McCornaak
Bldg. Halem. Ore. T"--ns 00-
L M. H U EI
Chinese Medicine and
Has medicine which will
cure any known disease.
153 South High Street,
Salem, Ore. Phone 283