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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 16, 1916.
URIC ACID GOING GOING GONE
"Anuric" Will Not Fail to Stop Your Backache.
' People are realizing more and inore
every day that the kidneys, just as do
the' bbtvels, need to le flushed occa
sionally. The kidneys are an elimina
tive'orsjnn and are constantly working,
separating the poisons from the blood.
Under this coutiuual and perpetual
action they are apt to congest, and
then -trouhse starts. Uric acid backs
up into the system, causing rheuma
tism, neuralgia, dropsy and many
other serious disturbances. Doctor
Pierce, of Buffalo, New York, advo
cates that every one should drink
plenty of pure water between meals.
Kvery day should exercise in the out
door air sufficiently to sweat profusely,
and from time to time stimulate the
kidney action by means of "Anurie."
This preparation has been thoroughly
tried out at his Sanitarium, in the same
way a-s his "Favorite Prescription" for
weak women and "Golden Medical
; THE GREATEST CELEBRATION IN YEARS
loos Bay Country invites the world
' to celebrate the coming of the railroad.
Hospitality is the Keynote of this
NORTH BEND DAY
Band Concerts Speakiug Ceremonies Dedication Simpson Park
Street Carnival Wnter Sports Parades Driving Goldenspike.
COOS COUNTY DAY
X . ATja. 25TH.
Trips by rail and boat to Coquille. Randon. Myrtle Point. Powers,
Coos Bay. Mussel Reef, Sunset Bay, Cape Arngo". Sea food dinner at
Charleston liny. Fishing at Lakeside Launch trips on Coos Bav,
Industrial Parade Water Sports Auto Racing Illuminated Launch
Parade Fireworks Dancing dtorse Racing.
LOW ROUND TRIP FARES
On Sale Aug. 21 to 26 Inc.
Return limit Aug. 31.
ASK LOCAL AGENT
John M. Scott, Gen. Pass. Agt.
Portland, Oregon .
Wanted 30,000 Men
For Harvest Work on Immense Crops of
Wages.OO Per Day and Board
Cheap Railway Rates from Boundary Points
Employment bureaus at Winnipeg, Regina, North Portal, Saskatoon, Ft.
Frances, Kings Gate, B. C; Coutts, Calgary, Alberta.
No Conscription Absolutely No
For all particulars apply to the following' Canadian Government Agent.
J. N. GRIEVE, Corner First and Post Streets, Spokane, Wash.
CASTORI A j
THIRTY MILE HORSESHOE!
(Continued from Page 1.) J
Impression of the French 's undisputed !
rnnsterv- and superiority in the air. ;
Statue of Christ on Field. I
Pushing ahead, from Dompierre into
the shell zone, our party progressed to-,
ward laches, barely a mile from Peron-J
ne and the mo.-t advanced French posi-:
tion. We passed the villages of Bee
quincourt. Herliecourt. "Assevillere and
Flnucourt, all of which were so com-!
jiletely levelled by shell fire that I was
unaware we were -approaching them un
til I found myself trending their level
led bricks. I
At the entrance of the former site of
Becquincourt there remains sta-nding in i
the road corner, a slender wooden cross.
Iieariug an 18 inch miniature statue of
Christ. A yard away a shell had mow-,
ed down a giant 00 year old treo. also,
carrying away one arm of the cross.
But" the figure of Christ remains un
touched, pathetically viewing the empty
space that was formerly Becquincourt..
It is the only thing left standing in
tie entire village.
A few minutes after passing this spot
shells coming from the German batter
. this mild, family remedy to avoid illness,
: and to improve and protect their health.
'They keep their blood pure, their
j livers active, their bowels regular and
I digestion sound and strong with y
r Smkm hibM.IOb. Mo
Discovery," the standard .herbal system
tonic, (both of which now coino in
tablet form for convenience of carrying
and takiu).' "Anurie1' is now being
introduced here, and many local people
are daily testifying to its perfectness.
I When you have backache, dizzy
spells or rheumatism, heed nature's
warning. It means' that you are a vic
tim to uric acid poisoning. Then ask
your druggist for "Anurie" and you
I will very soon become one of hundreds
I who daily give their thankful indorse
ment to this powerful enemy to uric
If you have that tired, worn-out feel
' ing; backache, rheumatism, neuralgia,
: or if your sleep is disturbed bytoo f re
j quent urination, get Dr. Pierce's Anurie
.Tablets at drug store, full treatment
1.00, or send 10c for trial package to
Dr. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo,
. N. Y.
les at Soyeoourt. six miles away, began
bursting near. The intensity of the
German bombardment forced our retire
ment from the Dompierre plntenu. By
a circuitous tour ,we arrived at a domi
nating position north of the Somrae.
facing the point where the French nnd
German lines crossed the river before
the beginning of the French offensive,
FVoni this vantage point every step
ot the French ndvance was visible from
Moulin Farine, which was the first
point attacked, through the villnne of
Curlu, Alonacu farm and the, village of
Horn, and finally to the region of
Miles of Guns Blazn.
At this point a desperate strupcle.
which followed the previous day's cup
ture of German third line positions, was
still progressing. This new position
also brought us into closer contact with
the French artillery lines.
The artillery duel gradually grew in
intensity towards the close of the day
until the hail of shells flying over from
the batteries in the hillsHtnd valleys in
tne rear rainy maue one's nend Bwnn
with its inteimitv. It was onlv upon
realization that the French were firing.
not ty guns nor by batteries, but by
whole successive lines of nrtilltrv. ninnV
oi them extending miles in length, that.
1 was able to grasp the extent of French
preparedness in heavy artillery for this
advance on tne Mimmp,
From time to time this unceasing ar
tillery roar was intensified by nngry
spurts and sputters of machine gun
tire, either as the trench repulsed Ger
man counter attacks before Clery, or as
French gunners voluntarily gave veiit
to a few volleys as a warning to the
Germans of the mauvisability of leav
ing their trenches.
Towards sundown the German fire
dwindled. The French fire likewise les
sened, giving the impressiou thnt the
day's struggles had ended with the
French still holding their recently con
quered positions between Hurderourt
and Busconrt and before Clery. an im
pression which the evening official com
COAL OIL CUT AGAIN
Muskogee, Okla., Aug. 10. Another
ten cent cut in raid-continent crude oil
to ( cents was announced yesterday j
by the Prairie Pipe Line company. - '
I (lnes ) I
NEW BRITISH LOAN
7 Id BEf 0,000,000
Will Deposit $300,000,000
Worth of Securities Ap
' proved by Morgan
New York, Aug. HI. Details of the
new British loan were announced by
J. P. Morgnu & Co. today.
The issue will be for $2."O.0O0,000 in
two year five pound secured loan gold
notes to be dated September 1, 1916.
with interest payable semi-annually. At
the option of the British government
the notes may be redeenWd in whole or
in part on 30 days' notice on any day
until and including' August 31, 1917,
at 101 and accrued interest and on any
day thereafter until their expiration at
100 half with accrued interest.
The loan will be secured by the de
posit with the Farmers' Loan and
Trust company of New York of $300,
000,1)00 worth of securities which have
been approved by Morgan & Co. A large
part of these securities, it is understood
will consist of stocks and bonds of Am
erican corporations held in England and
recently mobilized by the British gov
ernment. One purpose of the loan is to
stabilize exchange between the two
The loan is the 'first ever negotiated
by Great Britain here in which it was
required that it be protected here by
collateral. The collateral must iuclude
i)i200,000,000 worth of American securi
ties. Of this, $100,000,000 must be in
securities either issued or guaranteed
by the following governments: Argen
tine, Chile, Norway, Sweden, Switzer
land, Denmark and Holland. If the
value of these securities depreciate so
as to impair the 20 per cent margin,
more securities must be deposited as
The loon will be underwritten at
and issued to the public at 09.
GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Cap
sules will brintr 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 ali 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
neys in good shape bv dailv use of
GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules
and you will hnve good health. Go to
your druggist at once and secure a
package oi this time honored, world
wide remedy. It is not a "patent
medicine." It is passed upon by U.
8. government chemists and declared
pure before coming into this country.
GOLD MEDAL is the pure, original
Haarlem Oil, imported direct firom the
ancient laboratories ia 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 money if not
Weekly Report of
Union Stock Yards
North Portland. Ore., Aug. 10. Cut
tle. A very light run of cattle started
the week's truding about COO having
been received, there was a very good
demand nnd prices took an advance of
a good 25 cents. Quality of stuff was
very good as a rule. Bulk of recepits
were steers and most sales were from
ifG.25 to $7. There was u very light run
of cows yesterday with u very good de
mand. Prices were in some cases as
much as 50 cents higher, but most sales
were about 25 cents better. There were
but a few bulls here; choice bulls sold
at $5. There was a continued good de
mand from feeder buyers at 25 cents
higher basis and a good manv were
tnkeu. Best feeders sold arouiid $0,
most feeder stuff was thin and brought
5 to 5.80. Calves sold at t".50.
- A liberal offering of hogs yesterday.
The best run received for several weeks.
The market was unsettled throughout.
Tops sold at. 0.00, although the general
market was on a 5 cents lower basis.
Bulk of sales were 0.G5 to $9.75.
Sheep receipts yesterday were light,
flllO head received. There is a very good
demaud for fat stuff. Valley lambs con
tinue to sell at $8 while choice Mt. Ad
ams lambs are bringing $3.25. Best
yearling wethers $G to ifG.SO and ewes
a to 5.25.
115 steers 1070 7.00
32 steers 1120 H.H5
37 steers 1218 $0.75
1 cow 1.17G G.OO
4 cows . . ; 1 200 ."i..t5
9 cowb : 1 1.XT $5.00
!! hogs 1H1 s9.ua
540 hogs 100 .49.75
120 hog 1!H $9.70
1 bull 13110 S.OO
1 stag 15G05.75
1 Iamb Gl $8.00
RICH RANCHER CRUSHED
TO DEATH UNDER AUTO
The Dalles, Ore., Aug. 10. Peter
Godfrey, one of the most prominent
ranrhe in Wasco countv, was fatal
ly . hurt in an automobile accident
thois morning and died within 20 min
utes. Alone iu his machine, Mr.
(odfrey was driving near his home.
five miles south of this city. , He
evidently lost control of the automo
bile and it went off the grade, turned
over and landed on top of him.- He
never regained consciousness. No
one witnessed the accident. Ira Wa
terman, a rancher who was working
a short distance from the scene of
the accident, heard the sound of a
motor for so long a time in the same
place that he investigated, and 'found
the dying man pinned beneath his
Don't forget your friends on their
vacation they will want to see a home
paper. Phone 81.
THE MARKETS t
The following prices for fruits
and vegetables are those asked bv
the wholesaler of the retailer! aLd
not what is paid to the producer.
All other jj.-iees are. those paid the
producor. Corrections are mado
With the Chicago wheat market re
covering, the local price remains at the
$1 a bushel mark. Hay of ull kinds is
weak with a drop of $1 a ton for cheat.
. Eggvi continue strong with commission
houses paying 24. cents cash. Hens av
erage about 13- cents Bud broilers 14
The cheapest valley flour on the mar
ket is $1.35 and the highest grade hard
wheat, $1.90, and the doctors say the
lower priced flours contain as much nu
triment as the highest. Some loiKs say
it is just a question of the shude of
Oats, new .......
. .. 35c
Shorts, per ton $31.00
Alfalfa, California, ton 120.00
Hay, clover $9(2410
Hay, cheat .. 10.003 11.00
Hay, vetch $11$12
Hay, timothy, $15($16
Creamery butter, per found 80c
Country butter 20c 22c
Eggs and Pool try.
Eggs, cose count, cash 21c
Eggs, trade 25c
Hens, pound 13c
Roosters, old, per pound 8e
Broilers, under 2 pounds 15c
' Fork, Veal and Mutton.
Veal, dressed ' 9llc
Pork, dressed Il(gl2 l-2o
Pork, on foot 8 1-2(5 9c
Spring Iambs, 191G 7(37 14c
Steers . 6e
Cows 3 l-24c
Bulls 33 1-4
Ewes i 44 l-2c
Wethers , 5 l-2c
Green onions ,
Beans, green and waxed ...
Onions, Walla Walla
Peoehes , .;
Lemons, per boSt' '..7.
California grape fruit ....
Florida grape fruit
.... 1 l-2c
. 50c(5 jil.OO
Eggs, per dozen, fresh ranch 30o
Sugar, cane $8.25
Sugur, beet .... $8.00
Creamery butter - . 85c
Flour, hard wheat $1.701.90
Flour, valley $1.3"(ftl.50
Portland, Ore., Aug. 10. Wheat:
Red Russian, $1.12.
Oats: No. 1 white feed. $2S,50.
- Barley: Feed, $31.
Hogs: Best live, $0,70.
Prime steers, $7.
Fancy cows, $5.
(Spring lambs, $8.25.
Butter: City creamery, 30c.
Country butter, 27c.
Eggs: Selected. local ex., 30(7i32c.
Hens, 14 l-2c.
BroilerB, 10(u 17c.
JUST GOT OVER A COLD?
Look out for kidney troubles and
backache. Colds overtax the kidneys
and otten leave, them via, l or weak
kidneys well, read what a Salem man
Ed La Fountain, retired farmer, 1940
South Liberty street, OSalem, says:
"Two years ago, I came down with a
heavy cold which settled on my kidneys
and caused me a great deal of trou
ble. My back was sore and stiff. My
kidneys acted too freely and I had to
get up eight or ten times at night and
j I couldn't control the kidney secretions,
j I took three boxes of Doau's Kidney
Pills and they stopped the misery in my
back and rid me of tne too frequent
desire to pass the kidney secretions.
Since then, my kidneys have caused me
but very little trouble and in every way
I am enjoying the best of health."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. La Fountain had. Foster-Milourn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
BIG BUILDING TAKES RIDE
San Francisco, Aug. 10. A thousand
ton building floating down the bay was
the uuique spectacle San Franciscans
saw early today when the structure
which officially represented Ohio at the
Panama-Pacific exposition was moved
to San Carlos, 23 miles south of here.
The building was purchased by the
PpiitiiMiilfL Cdutitrv 4-luh nf Snii fnrliia
as a club house. It was lifted bodily
on barges ana towed south today.
C ASTO R I A
Classified Advertising Page
WAR WILL END
(Continued from page one.) !
twecn us and the roar. Shorter range
guns were doing the same iu front. At
night we could-crawl to shell holes aud
drink the water gathered there, but it
was very risky and. the' water did not
Despite his wound aud the. fact that
he was a prisoner, the Prussian could
not conceal an air of 'cockiness." ;
"Germauy will win the war," he
added in his slow, careful English.
"We have the men, the guns and the
material. But I think it will last one
year." . - . ;
"What about the food situation. in
Germany f " j
Plenty of Food Now. ' !
"Food is very short now, but there
is enough to last until the harvest.
Then we will have plenty. We are not
Discussion of the possible duration of
the war led the wounded German to a
denunciation of the United States.
"You Americans ate responsible for
the long war that Germauy is, having,"
he said. '"The war would have been
over in a year if you Americans had
not sold munitions to England.'' '
"But Germany might have bought
munitions 'from America as well as Eng
land. Perhaps the British fleet was
partly to blame.'.'
"Yes, "'was the response, 41 but we
blame the United States more." .
Neither the Prussian officer nor his
comrades had heard about the exploit of
the German submarine .Deutschland.
The details interested them intensely.
Private Gerhard of Prussian guard
regiment number , was just as con
fident as his officer about the outcome
of tho -war, but unlike the officer, he
was willing to give hearty praise to
the -fighting British "Tommies."
Mexico City, Aug. 10. Justice Bran
dcis' refusal to serve on the commis
sion to 'sctle Mexican and American
difficulties will defer the date of
the meeting indefinitely, Foreign Secre
tary Aguilar said today.
CAS TO R I A
We mail your paper to you during
your vacation. Phone 81. '
THE NEW MARION APARTMENTS
Nolson G. Freeman, proprietor, os
cillating wall beds, hot water heat,
Dutch kitchens. Beautifully locat
ed, opp. Marion park, 610 N. Com
mercial St., Salem, Oregon. Phone
209. Janitor service. - '
DE. O. L. SCOTT Graduate of Chiro
practic ' Fountain Held, Davenport,
Iowa.' If you have tried everything
and got no relief, try Chiroprac
tic spinal adjustments and get well.
Office 406-7-8 U. S. National Bank
Building. Phone Main 87, Residence
OB. O. A. OLSON, Dentist Adminis
ters nitrous ozid and oxygen gas.
Boom S14. Masonic Temple. Phone
40. Ralem. Oregon
i.. O. O. W. Protection Lodge. No. S,
Meets everv Monday evetfta at 8 In the
McCotnack hill, corner Cevrt and Liberty
streets A. E. Aufrance, M.W.; S.A.
McPadden, recorder; A. L. Brown,
financier; K. U. Duncnu, treasurer.
CBNTRAL LODGE, No. 18, K. of P. Me
Cornnck building. Tuesday itenlag of
escb week at 7 :30. J. G. Heluel, C. C. i
W. B. GtUKio, K. of B. and 8.
9ALBU LODGE No. 4, A. P. ft A. M.
Stated communications Drat Friday In
each month at 7 :30 p. m. Sn the Masonic
Temple. Cbas. McCarter, W. M. ; 8. Z,
4ALKM HtJMANB SOCIKTY D. t). Keder.
president ; Mrs. Lou Tlllson, secretary. All
cam of cru?lty or neglect of dumb ani
mals should be reported to the secretary
t. N. OK A. "Oregon Grape Camp," No.
18SO, meets every Thursday t7enlng-rlD
McCoroaik building. uft ud Liberty
streets ; elevator. Mrs. Sylvia flcbaupp,
17tl Market, ora'te; Mrs. Melissa Per
sons, recorder, 1290 North Commercial.
Pbons H.SU M.
w"0OMEN OP THE WORLD Meet even
Prlday night at 8 o'clock in McCornack
blk. A. J. Hweinink, C. C; L. S. Geer,
clerk, S07 Court street. Fhena C93.
CHADWICK CHA1TEB, No. 87, O. B. 8.
Begular meeting every first and third
Tuesday at 8 p. m. In the Masonic Tem
ple. Minnie Moeller, W. U. i Ids M.
DB MOLAT COMMANDERV So. 8, K. T.
Betrilsr conclave fourth Friday In each
nnntb at 8 o'clock, p m., In Masonic Tem
ple. Bojourning Kir Knlehta are courte
ously Invited to meet with ua Lot L.
Pearcs, E. C, Frank Turner, recorder.
ONITED ARTISANS Capital Aasembly,
Ne. 84, meets every Wednesday at 8 p. m.
la Moose hull. C. O. Uatliak, M. A.;
a Z. Randall, secretary, Balem Bank !
HODBON COT7NCIL, No. 4, R. 8. St
Btated aasembly first Monday In teach
month, Masonic Temple. N. P. Itaamua
sen. Thrice Illustrious Master; Glenn C
SALEM COUNCIL NO. 2122 Knlgbta an
Lsdlos of Security Meela every 2nd and
4th Wednesday each month at llurst Uall.
Visiting members are invited to attend.
B. P. Walton, flnaacler, 480 8. 14th 8t
PACIFIC LODOE No. 60, A. P. a: A. U.
Htated eommunlcattona third Prlday
la each month at 7 :80 p. a. in tbt
Masonic Temple. Hal V. Bolam, W. M. J
Ernest U. L'boate. secretary.
MODERN WOODMEN OP AMERICA Ors-
taa Cedar Camp, No. 6210, meela every
buradv evening at 8 o'clock In Mc
Cornack ban, corner Court and Liberty
atrteta. Elevator service. Geo. Kelaobl,
V. C. ; J. A. Wright, clerk.
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
A Quick, handy reference for busy people
Salem FJeetrU Co, Masonis Temple, 127 North High ............ HaU UM
PLUMBING, 8TXAM FITTING AND .TIN NINO
T. 1L Ban, 164 Booth Commercial street ICaia IN
TRANSFER AND DRAYAOB
Salem Track k Dray Co, corner State ana front streets If six 71
MOUTH BOUND .
No. 18 Oregon Express 6:00 a. nv
No. 24 Eugene Limited 8:02 p.m.
No. 28 Willamette Limited... 9:22a.m.
No. 12 Shasta Limited 11:65 a.m.
No. 18 Portland Passenger, ... 1 :2T p. m.
No. 20 Portland Passenger. . . 5 :00 p. m.
No. 14 Portland Eipresa 8 :04 p. m.
No. 222 Portland fast Freight 10 :80 p. m.
No. 220 Local way Freight. . . .10 :85 a. m.
BOOTH BOD NO
No. 15 California Express.... 8:82a.m.
No. 17 Rgseburg Passenger ..11:20 a. mi
Ne. 3 Eugene Limited 10:01a.m.
No. 18 Cottage Grove Pass. . .4 :18 p. n.
Makes coniectlon with No. 74 Geer
No. 11 sriasta Limited 6:43 p.m.
No. 27 Willamette Limited... 6:16p.m.
No. IS Son Francisco Kutpress 10 :30 p. m.
No. 221 Saa Francisco Fast
Freight 12 :01 a. m.
No. 225 Local way Freight. ..11 :40a. m.
No. 73 Arrives at Salem 8:15 a.m.
lo. 78 Leaves Salem 9 :50 a. m.
No. 75 Ar. Halem (mixed) 2:OOp.m.
No. .74 Leave Salem 4:20 p.m.
No Connection south ef Gear.
BixiK, Falls Cm axd Wbstbhk.
No. 181 Lv. Salem, motor 7:OOa. a.
No. 1(18 Lv Salem, motor 9 :45 a. m.
No. 165 Lv. Salem for Monmouth
aud Airlie 1:40 p. m.
No. 187 Lv. Salem, moter .... 4:00p.m.
No. 188 Lv. Salem, motor 6 :15 p. m.
No. 239 Way Fr't lv. Salem. ... 6 :00 a. m.
No. 102 Ar. Salem 8 :40 a. m.
No. 1U4 Ar. Balein 11:10 a. m.
No. 106 Ar. Salem 8 :15 p. m.
No. 1118 Ar. Balem 6:00 p.m.
No. 170 Ar. Salem 7:45 p. m.
No. 240 Way Fr't sr. Salem... 1:85p.m.
WILLAMETTE- RIVER BOTJTH
Oregon City Transportation Company
Leave Portland for Oregon City, Buttevllla,
New berg. Mission HL Paul), Wheatland,
Salem (dally except Sunday) ..6:45 a. as.
Leave Portland for Independence.
Albsny-Cdrvallls, (Tues., Xburs., Bat.)
6:46 S, SB
. . . 6 s. m. Moa., Wed., Fit
....7 0. m. Moa., Wed., Frl
. , . 9 a.. m Moo., Wea, Frl
. 10 a. m. Mob., Wed., Frl
,6 s. m. Tues., Thura., Bat
MORLEV'S pat. braced style.
Depot American fence.
Screens for Doors anil Windows.
Paints, Oils and Varnishes.
Btoves repaired and sold.
B. B. Fleming, 250 Court. Phone 12-
CUcEGON SCHOOL OP NECROLOGY
Incorporated, drujjless methods,
opens Sept. 5th, lHl'i. Private pa
tients and clinis, 1 to 3 p. m. Flora A.
Brewster, M, D. Dean, 328 Hubbard
bld(f-, Salem, Or.
REDUCED PREIOHT BATES To and
from all points east, on mil household
goods, pianos, etc. Consolidated car
laid service. Capital City llransfer
Company, agents for Pacific Coast
Forwarding company, 181 South Com
mercial street. Phena Main 963.
WANTED We have an applicant who
desires to rent an equipped farm of
100 acres or more, for two years, or a
longer period. Applicant has plenty
of help ami con furnish good refer
ences. Call 470 or see Square Deal
MONEY TO LOAN
ON Oood Baal Estate Security.
THOS. K. FORD
OvsrLadd k Bush Bank, Salem, Oregon
1i.j00,00 Eastern money to loan, low
rates, quick service. Repayment priv
ilege. Thos. A. Roberts, 205 U. S.
Bank bldg, Salem, Oregon.
MONEY TO LOAN i have made ar
rangements tor loaning eastern
money, will make very low rate of
interest on highly improved farms
Homer H. Smith, room S McCornaak
Bldg, Salem, Ore. T-nne 96.
BALEM WATEB COMPANY Offic j
corner Commercial and Trade street 1
For water service apply at office, i
Bills payable monthly in advance. I
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-V '
I OREGON ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO,
Lv. Salem ' Train No. Ar. PortlaM
4 :85 a. m. ...... 2 Owl 8 :55s. at,
7:15 a. m 6 8 :2S a. Oh
0:45 a. m. ....10 Ltmtted ....11 :8o a. as
11 :20 a. d. 12 11 :S5 p. as,
1:50 p. m 14 ...... 4 :00 p. av
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POBIUMO TO SAUK
6 :80 a. m. Salem i :85 Eugene 10 :B5 a. as.
8:80 a. m. ... 6 Limited 10:11 1
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9:20 p. m 19 11:20 p. at,
11:45 p. m. 21 Owl 1:66 p. at,
Lv. C.rvallls Ar. Sal.
4:10 p. m 20 6:30 p. at,
Lv. Eugene, Ar. Bqleal
7:35 a. m 10 Limited .... 9:46 0.00,
1:53 p. m. ....10 Limited.... 4:00 0.00,
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12:05 p. m. 2 Owl ...... 4:84 0.0s,
Lv. Salem Ar. Kaaastl
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10:15 a. m. .... 6 Limited ....12:28 p. at,
Lv. Halem Ar. Albans
12:65 p. m. T l:60.at,
Stops at Corvajlkt
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4:15 p. m 9 6:10 p. at,
01 B 7 :86 a. at,
Lv. Ha leal Ar. .BngaM
6:43 p. m 13 8 :60 p. aa,
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2:41 p. m 16 ., 4:00 p. at,
4 :10 p. m 20 6 :SO p. st,
6:18 p. m. 22 T6 B-SB,
. BOOTH BOUKD
Lv. Salea Ar. Corvsllk)
10:15 0. m... ...... 6 . .. .....11 M a sa.
4 :15 p. m. 9 6 : 86 p. as,
12 :65 p. m 7 S :20 p. at,
:40 p. m. IS 6:00 p. SB,
CHERRY CITY WOOD SAW We liv
and pay taxes in Salem. Let Salest
people saw vour wood. Phone 80.
1198 If. 21st. F. L. Keister, Wo.
PBS. B. n. WHITE and B. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians
nerve specialists. Graduates of Amer
ican school of Osteopathy, Kirkaville
Mo. Post graduate and specialized i
nerve diseases it Los Angeles college.
Treat acute and chronic diseases.
Consultation free. Lady attendant.
Office oOS-SOO TJ. S. National Bans:
Building. Phone 859. Residence 346
North Capital street. Phone 469.
SALEM SCAVENGER Charles Sooa.
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
Kinds remoyed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yard and cess
pools cleaned. Office phnnt Mai
8247. Besid'nee l :j 2272.
WEBB ft CLOUOH CO O. B. Webb.
A. M., Clough morticUns and funeral
directors. Latest modern method
known to the profession employed
499 Court St Main 120, Main 083.
BIGDON-BICHABDSOJf CO. Funeral
directors and undertakers, 252 Nortk
High street. Day and night phone
Chinese Medicine and
Has medicine which will
cure any known disease.
153 South High Street,
Salem, Ore. Phone 283