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Minimum charge, 15c.
TRESPASS Notice, for sale at Jour
nal office. a
EUBBEE Stamps made 163 8. ComT
HARRY Window cleaner. Phone 7(18.
POTATOES WANTED Phone 203 or
call L'liO ft. Liberty. ootid
WANTED 2 experienced
ters. Phone H.".K24.
octlS GIRT.. Wants work for room and board
Phone 1241 W. octlli
WE HAVE Baled hay and oats for
sale. George Sweigle, Garden road.
-aeVe li;; pig. Phone llS. oVio
FOR SALE Fresh milch cow. Phone
207M. 120(1 N. Kith street. octlli
BEST Chinese dishes, noodle 10c. Din
Sin, 410 Ferry St.. octlO
FOB BENT SIGNS For sale at Cap
ital Journal office. tl
FOR SALE Two good cows, a bargain.
T. A. Monde. Oil) Shipping. octlO
GET PRICES--On farm sale bills at
The Journal office.
OLD PAPERS For sale at Capital
Journal office 10 cents a bundle, tf
FURNISHED Apartments, also barn
suitable for garage. 491 N. Cottage
GET TOUR Trespass Notices, new
supply of cloth ones at Capital Jour
WOMEN"- And girls wnnti-l nt the
glove factory, 14.m Oak St. Stendy
FOR BENT Furnished housekeeping
rooms, G!4 N. Com'l. Phono 2454W.
j. . ootid
JiADIES And girls suits mado for
$5.0(1, all work . guaranteed. I'hone
(ili.'l. -. ,. , oct 17
WOMEN'S First olnss house dresses
made for 1.0(1 and other plain sew
ing according. Phone d(.". ; octl'
FOR TRADE A Dayton motorcycle,
first class running order, to trade a
good work horse. .15 care Journal, ol"
F(lR SALE Tonin, harness and .job.
Bore s your chance for winter h job.
Address U. T. care.Tonriial. octl"
KXCEPTiONAL 425.00 buys a busi
ness that nets ..monthly 100.00 to
il2.i.oo. Koom S, U4I State St. oi-tli
WANTED fiirl or woman for general
housework, ,C. C. Russell, phono
LOST Presto tank between Chomnwa
and fairgrounds. Return to Gideon
Ntolz Co. octl"
WANTED First class milk cow, Hol
etein preferred, (leo. S. Cooper, phone
41F2U. .. , oct 10
MAN With family wishes position on
ranch' or will rent ranch on shares.
Phone 11F3. octl7
CLOVER Prune and flax land to
lease or sell, splendid proposition.
Clell Hnydeu, Sulem, Oregon. octlO
FLUFF BUGS Rag rugs and rag car
pets woven nt reasonable prices. Mrs.
Lillie DeBord, 1S0B Currant Ave. ol8
FURNISHED Booms and housekeep
ing apartments, rates reasonable,
elosu in, 160 Court. tt
MEN WANTED-Tn mill, yards and
logging enmp. Applv Hammond Lum
ber Co., Mill City, Oregon. octil
' WANTED To buy 6 or 8 choice milk
cows, must be fresh now or soon, none
but parties owning choice cows need
call. Phone 1431 or 4!U. tf
IXiST At Albniiy. Indies watch, din-
ihoiid on onv;side and initials C. W.
n other; $10.00 rewnrd. Communi
cate this office.. . . oct17
FOR' WALK Good house and lot, fine
home chenjv must - cl at once. Call
or. write tj,.L. C,,'Ji:tli Fiiirmoiint
live. i - ,.' Octl"
A twioiv DniVyl'iuni to rent, 140 acres
fn cultivnti.m, ' silo, etc, good build--itifcs,
cash Yciit. See -William Flomin;,
"41 State St." . ., Oct Hi
i'CHLIC An'TIOV'S-ALEOf farm
iniplcinonts mid stock nt Waooiidn.
Oregon, Thursday tW. . Ittth., tli'n. II.
Finney, ' Owner - ... ' oct Is
HAVE Two thirds in ensh and a $1200
Toperty to tru'de-rnr a modern home
close in. Addrosir T.--M. care .luurnal.
' , : octlli
FOR. SALE Five acres, j'boiee.'. land,
fenced, small-: hoiisol -well --Vi . mile
from station.. ou Oregon Electric R.
It, on good rtmd, all in cultivation;
price $750.m. Hiiiare Deal Iietiltv Co.
1W2 U. S. bunk bldg.
DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
." bbin3 tou RESULTS
Pnon 81 Prompt Service
WOOD CHOPPER Wanted.
EXCHANGE Finest inside resident
corner for outside lot or tract and
difference. J. ,W. care Journal. octlO
WANTED WORK With dairy or on
ranch, or would, rent on still res; ex
perienced. Add ress Salem Route-2,
box 2. ' octlO
SPITZENIURC And Baldwin apples,
50c bit., extra fancy 75c, good potn
toi le lb. Phone evenings C4F21,
Jlra. O. Meyer. , ' octlO
FOR RENT My furnished home of 7
rooms, tiath-aml toilet. Call at 880
North Seventeenth street. S. P. White
City Tax Next Year Will
Be Same As This 14 Mills
The taxpayers of Balom will have
tfj'ie pleasure of paying the sameaxes
I next year mar tney did last, .provided
I tStLT " a9S""9Pd
At the meeting of the city council
tins evening, the committee on no
counts and current expenses will sub
mit a tentative draft of the budget for
Jin i, and the recommendation of the
committee will be that a levy of 14
nniis ie mane, the snme as last year.
The amount to be raised bv this as
sessment of 14 mills will be several
thousand lesn than raised this year, due
to the lower assessed Valuation of city
property.. The estimated assessed
value of Salem property is $11,500,000.
A levy of 14 mills on tins value will
raise 101,000. Last year the budget
called for $174,000. This year it is
$10:1,389. With the raising of the smal
ler amount this year, it is probable that
several' Items in the regular budget
will have to get along on a smaller ap
propriation. Besides the '101,000 to
be raised bv the 14 mill low, the citr
recorder estimates that fully $2500 will
be rniscd by fines and from other
File Annual Reports
Reports of the operating expenses of
tho rnilronds for the state of Oregon
for the fiscal year .Tune 30, lP-15-.luno
SO, 1010, were' filed with the public
service commission this morning. The
reports shows that the operating in
come of the Oregon Electric railway
for that period was $75,71 7.50, which
contrasted with the figures for the
same period of 19141915, shows that
the railroad is beginning to earn money
over its expenses. For the fiscal year
1914-1910 the operating income wns
noted in red ink, which indicates a de
ficit of $134,112.50.
Other rnilronds filing their reports
were the Willamette , alley Southern
of Oregon City; the United Railway
companv: the Mt. Hood runway com
party, the Pacific and Eastern railway
company, the independence ana jioii
month Railway company; tho Benson
Timber compnny lessees of the Clnt
sknine and Xehiilem Railway- company
and the Carlton nud Coast railway
company. ' .
Libel of Washington
Case Before Court
' Tncoiua, Wash.. Oct. 10. Whether it
is possible in this day to criminally
libel Georue Washington by ..publicly
charging that the first president of the
country indulged too freely in strong
drink iml with other things unbecoming
a gentleman and a scholar, is to be de
cided by the state supreme court, which
todav begun hearing arguments in the
case' of .Paul Huffcr, a Tneomn social
ist, convicted by a jury in tne superior
court, and sentenced to six months in
jail. The case reaciieu tne supreme
court on appeal.
Attorney P. L. Pendleton, defending
Hsiffnor. in opening his argument, inniu-
tniued Hint power to sue for the libel
of a deeensed person ends with the lit't
time of tho person's immediate rela
tives, lifter which time disarrangement
becomes only criticism.
Make Good Showing
Stockholm. Oct, 111 The perform
ance of Aineru-iin niiiieios sent ncro
after the A. A. V. giimos to take pnrt
in contest in Seniiiliunvin.il countries,
aroused much tnvorable comment hero
today. The performance of the Ameri
cans was excellent, considering the
length of the trip they made and the
luck of preparation. , . . . .
Three races the too meters, ine iu
etors and the 800 motors retny went
to the Americans Saturday.
Pod Meredith finished first in the
400 motors run, defeating Holing, hold
er of the 800 motor record in Sweden.
His time wns 49 7-10 seconds. Ameri
cans took first, second and third m
the 1(10 meters event, Jo l.uomis loinl-
n the field. Andy Ward, ( Imago,
wns second and Boliert Simpson. I'ni-
vrsitv nf Misoiiri. third. I he Amer
ican relay team wns composed of Looni-
Simpsoii; nrd and i red h. .Mur-
rav. l.alituriim. iinriuer.
FEAB COMING OF CBIPPLES.
Pin- Tie .Tnnerio. Oct. 10. A bill
regulating the admission into Ilrazil of
persons mutilated in the Kuropenn war
is being pushed by Deputy (itistavo
Unroso. iiurroso fears the country
will be-overrun by crippled immigrants.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON,
4. J; Itqllragswdrth, of Sih-ertan, is in
the city ' '-.
t M. M. Fraley, of Albauv. was in tho
a... A..xravis, oi J-'auas is a business
visitor in Salem.
L. U. .Josse was -a Sundav visitor in
Salem, from Roseburg..
ired S. Bynon was in Dallas this
morning on real estate business.
A. t,. Laflar. of the Oregon thontro. is
iruiisuciing Dusmess in Portland.
Mrs. A. J.. Conger, who is teaching at
iiiuiaun, sjient oununy m the city.
Clyde Larson, of Corvallis, was reg
istered at the Capital hotel yesterday
James Tullis, of San Francisco, .is at
tending to business aifairs in the city.
Alotorman i. A. Atherton left this
morning for a two months' visit in Ne
Donald Miles is in Portland attend
ing to legal business in the federal
Miss Edna Purdy, of Albanv, was a
guest at the home of T. G. Albert over
Frank Laud, of the Eueene Guard
was visiting with friends in the city
Miss Helen Gibson, of Albany, was an
over cwniiay visitor at the home of Mr,
and Mrs. D. D. Olmsted-
Mrs. Ella Watt was home over Sun-
dny from Portland where she is now
spending most of her time in the junior
Mr; and Mrs. J. A. Mills motored to
Eugene yesterday to visit their son,
Harry Q. Mills, who is attending the
University of Oregon.
Carl R. Smith, of Smith & Smith, at
torneys, lias returned from a business
trip to Portland. He left Saturday and
came duck ouuaay evening.
George lck returned this morning
irom an auto tour to Klamath Falls aud
returned by way of the lakes and Bend
II. . . .
lie reports ineu roads everywhere in
Commons Mission In
The Commons Jlission on east State
street is in a prosperous condition, ac
cording to the report of William Ken
yin, the superintendent. In his report
he says: "We are in better shape than
for a long time. Of course we arc look
ing to God far results.
The Commons Mission hclns those
who are to a certain extent most
need of help, those that are seeking
employment as well as those who have
not the wherewith to pay for a night's
During the month of September, 10
meetings were held at which there wns
total attendance of 41.1. The number
of bods occupied 310 and 11 were giv
en free. Seventeen people have been
helped in securing work and ten havo
been supplied with clothes. For the
mouth of September the receipts were
$90.05 with disbursements, $!)2.05.
Wilson Women Will
Meet "Goldhug" Bunch
' Snn Francisco, Oct. 10. The long
rumored demonstration by Wilson wo
men when the Hughes womons cam
paign special arrives tomorrow after
noon became a probability today when
the All Parties League for Wilson call
ed the women of the league to gather
(it the ferry building tomorrow.
Local republican women rcfuso to bo
flustered bv the announcement. Thev
.n L..nn. 1,A H.t,n,. .:ll lv.. o...
corded courteous treatment here, and;
that thev have arranged for the Wilson
faction to ask anv political questions j
they want to, and to have these ans
wered m all fairness.
Whether Saturday's deinostration
at Portland will be repeated here is a
much discussed question today, but
none of the Wilson women loaders
would express an opinion.
Naval Appropriation '
May Break Records
Washington, Oct. 10. Naval appro
priations are likely to brenk records
against the coming session of congress.
This became known today in- con
nection with the announcement' that'
the naval house committee, foreseeing
a vast amount of work ahead, will meet
November 20, to begin consideration
of the naval bill. In naval circles it
was predicted the appropriation, un
less the "little navy" members slaugh
ter the bill, will mount up to $330,000,.
000 or more. The navy department is
now working on the estimates. The bill
of lust session carried $3 13,000,000
CHICHESTER S PILLS
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MONTH'S TRAVEL ON
700 Autos, 343 Horse Drawn
Vehicles and 462 Motor--
cycles, Etc., Everyday '
The census of traffic over the Salem
bridge which was conducted under the
direction of the highway department
nas Deen conpleted tor a thirty day per
iod. The time during which counts were
made dated from o:J0 a. m. September
lu to t:du a. m. uctotier 10, those hours
being the times changes were made in
shifts of watchmen on the .bridge. Con
tinuous hourly tabulations were made
and the traffic divided into four
2. Motorcycles, bicycles and pedes
3. Horse drawn vehicles
The census shows that during the
thirty dny period 21,0OS automobiles.
13,858 motorcycles, bicycles and pedes
trians, 10,307 horse drawn vehicles and
923 head of stock crossed the bridge.
Tho daily average was thus as follows:
700 automobiles, 462 motorcycles, bicy
cles and pedestrians, 343 horse' drawn
vehicles and 31 head of stock. The
maximum automobile traffic occurred
on Portland day at the fair when l.'wO
automobiles crossed the brides. During
two hours in the morning of that day
the. record shows 300 automobiles hav
ing crossed the river.
The heaviest horse drawn traffic1 oc
curred on Saturdays, the maximum bo
ng on October 7tu, when 4i9 vehicles
of that class crossed. There are two
automobiles to every horse drawn ve
hicle crossinir the bridge,
The results of the census arc valu
able, in that they would give an idea
of the service required in case a ferry
Would be noeessarv due to the closing
of the present bridge to traffic, dur-
ng construction ot a new nriuge.
This information was compiled by the
regular watchmen on the bridge who
received no extra compensation for
their services. The public is indebted
to McAdams. Donaldson and Parker for
Judge Galloway and
Party Go In the Ditch
Judge William Galloway, of the
circuit court for Marion county, who
went to Gervais Saturday night to at
tend the district convention of the
Marion county 1. O. O. F., and four
men in his car had a narrow escape
from death when the machine driven
by the judge turned turtle on the nar-
row road and piled up in a doep ditch.
A. M. Peebles received a gnsn over
tho eye and other cuts on tho head; J.
Patterson, of the Patterson lurni
tura company, was bruised, but the
other three were uninjured.
John Scigmund, of this city, came
along the road shortly after tne nc
cident and assisted tho party -into
The cause of the turn-over is luid to
the focev liinlit and the fact that the
ravs of the auto lights seemed to be
reflected from the road aud into the
ir. The road whore the accident took
place is narrow and the ditches on each
side deep. It is said the driver could
not see more thau tnirty or nrty ieei
Judge Galloway is .ih Albany .today.
Mr. Wright was. the fourth party in
the machine and thomc: of the fifth
has uot yet been ascertained.
Knows All About Mars
: and Dry Farmers There
Ifanyoije has any doubt as to
whether "the planet Mars has real peo
ple living on it, nsk Salem's local
astronomer, Prof. T. P. McAdams. He
has just returned from Corvallis whore
ho heard the lecture of Pcrcival Lowell
of Flagstaff, Arizona, the greatest ex
pert in America on planets and espec
ially Mars. Mr. Lowell says there isn't
nnv doubt about there being people liv-
ing on Mars and that this is evidenced
Dy the eanais mat are ot-mg tu"
ed each year. The trouble with Mars
seems to" be thut it is drying up and
the unfortunate inhabitants arc oblib
ed to do considerable irrigating. There
are several canals tapping the polar
region of that planet and tney are
drawn in lines that arc approved by
onainnera who happen to Uvio on the
planet called the earth. Mr. McAdams
will take uu tne siuuy ui .wum t..i
i ntor ami when occasion arises,
give addresses on tho canals of that
i.lnnet. how thev are constructed and
other evidences 'that the people living
there are some hustlers and know ex
actlv what to do when there is a
drought about twelve mouths of the
BLUE SKY LAWS ARGUED
Washinirton, Oct. 10. Arguments in
cases affecting the blue sky laws of
threo Biates Ohio, Michigan and South
Dakota were begun in the supreme
ponrt this afternoon. Attorneys general
of the states handled their side of the
controversy and former Attorney Gen
eral ickersham, in lichalf of the In
vestment Hankers association', appear
ed as one of counsel attacking the con
stitutionality of the laws. In the South
Dakota case, Attorney (ienernl Cald
well appealed from a state decree of
MUST "OBEY" AND "SERVE"
FOR THREE YEARS LONGER
'. St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 10. The propos
al that words "obey',' and "serve" in
woman s portion of tile r.piscopal mar
riage ceremony be stricken from the
ritual was referred back this after
noon to the rommission of the book of
rommon prayer foT three more years.
CASTO R i A
MONDAY. OCT. 16. 1916.
CASTOR I A
: THE MARKETS
-- .. v . .
The following prices for fruit
and vegetable! are those asked by
the wholesaler of the retailer, aL3
not What is paid to the producer.
All otter p.-ices are those paid th
producer. Correction are made
Oats are showing a little stronger
luuay wnn ai cents as tne lowest
-sow is me lime tor tne Hens to pay
for their year's feeding as dealers are
paying 38 cents cash and 40 cents in
trade tor eggs.
Spring lambs arc up a quarter of a
cent anu tne top lor ewes Is 4 cents.
Oats, new 37(S40o
Rolled barley $38.50
Bran . $25.00
Shorts, por ton : $28.00
Hay, cheat .....
May, vetch ..
Creamery butter, per pound
Eggs aaa Poultry.
Kggs, case count, cash 38c
Kggs, trade , 40c
Hens, pound '. . 12,(5;l3y,c
Boosters, old, per pound T.... 8t
Broilers, under v pounds .. iiw
Broilers, lvi lb, or less lflc
Pork, Veal and Mutton.
Pork, dressed llMi(rt'13c
fork, on foot 8 l-29c
Spring lambs, 1910 .:...:.7(& 7Ke
Veal, according to quality .... 0(alic
Cows 3 l-24c
Bulls 33 l-e
Wethers 6 l-2s
Tomatoes, Oregon $1.25
Cucumbers . ........... ; 40e
Qroen onions . .
Grapes, lady finger $1.75
Crapes, ladyfingors $1.75
Oranges, Valencies $4.75
J Lemons, per box . . a. . . i ', $fl.507.00
(.nntaloupes, per box $l;25
Bananas, pound 5t
California, grape fruit : .......$3.50
Florida grape fruit $6.00
Bet all Prices.
Eggs, per dozen, fresh ranch 4,"c
Sugar, cane $8.25
Sugar, beet ... $8.03
fcreaiucry butter 4Dc
Plour, hard wheat 1.S02.15
Flour, valley $l.S5fel.75
Portland, Or., Oct. 10. Wheat, club
Ked Russian 1.2G
Onts, No. 1 white feed $20
Hurley, feed 34
Hags, best live $i.25(fi H.00
I'rimo steers l.7i
Fancy cows o.SO
. Spring lambs $8.75
Hutter, city creamery 38c
Eggs, selected local ex. 4042c
hens loOi lo'c
llroilors liiC l7c
Oeese llrti 11'i.c
Caracas, capital of Venezuela, is to
have a huge uew bull ritiir. but Cas
tro's hat-tossing days are over.
want ad is wonderful
Try one ifuou navclosl somcthiiA
OBEGON BCHOOti OR NEUROLOGY
Inc, 428 Hubbard bldg., Salem. All
drugless methods taught. Flora A.
Brewster, M. D., dean, private pa
tieots 1 to S p. m. Phone 2124R. tf
REDUCED FREIGHT RATES To and
from all points, east, on all boushold
foods, pianos, etc. Consolidated car
load service. Capital City Transfer
Company, agents for Pacific Coast
Forwarding company, 101 South Com
mercial street. Phone Main 933.
DR8. B. H. WHITE and E. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians and
' nerve specialists. Graduate of Amer
ican school of Osteopathy, Kirksville,
Mo. Post graduate and specialized in
serve diseases at Los Angeles college
Treat acute and chronic diseasea
Consultation free. Lady attendant
Office 505-506 U. S. National Bank
Building. Phone 859. Residence 346
North Capital street. Phone 4H
Aos areliM d maAnet
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
A Quick, handy reference for busy people
Salem Eleetrie Co., Masonic Temple, 127 North High , Mala 1MI
T if n. SFF' BTEA TlTTWCt AND TINNING
l. Barr, 104 South Commercial street Mai 1M
, TKAKSFEB AND DRA?AOB
Balm Truck A Dray Co., corner State ana front streets lfal T :
No. 16 Oregon Uxpreas ..
No. 24 Coo Bay
No. 28 Willamette Limited
No. 12 Hhlsta LlmltMl ...
.B :S5 a. m.
.3 :52 p. m.
.9 :22 a.m.
11 :A5 a. m.
.1 :SG p. m.
Na 1 I'orlland Passenger
No. 14 Purllanrt R
No. 222 Portland fast Freight 12 -01 a! m.
No. 220 Local way Vrelaht... 10:2Oa.m.
I :oo p. m,
No. ISLCallfornia RiDresa . ..ll or. m
No. 17 Ashland Pajuin.i .
g- 23 Com Bay 10 :01 '. m'.
No. 19 Cottage Orore Pass. ..4:18p.m.
xuaKcs connection with N. 74 Geer
No. 11 Shasta Limited ...... .B :48 p. m.
No. 2T Wlllametts I.lmltoil ft va m
No. 13 Snn 1'innclsco Kinresa 10:(f, n. m.
No. 221 San Francisco Fast
Prelaht lo.ni .
No. 223 Local way Freight. ...11 :40 a. m.
No. TS Arrives at Bnlem 9:15 a.m.
No. 70 Leaves Salem. .9 :50a. m.
No. TO Ar. Balem (mixed) 2:00 p.m.
No. 74 Iave Salem 8 :0o p. oi.
No connectlaa south of Geer.
Salrii, Falls Cm and Wsstbbn
No. 181 Lv. Balem,. motor 7:00 a.m.
No. li)3 Lv. Balem, motor .....0:45a.m.
No. 105 Lv. Balem for Monmouth
and Alrlle 1:40 p.m.
No. 187 Lv. Balem, motor .....4:00p.m.
No. 180 Lv. Balem, motor . .; ..8 :10 p. m.
No. 2SU Way Kr't lv. Balem. ..-.5 :OOa. m.
No. 102 Ar. Bnlem 8:30 a.m.
No.104 Ar. Balem ,...',.. ...11 . -10 a. m.
No. 1118 Ar. Balem 8:15p.m.
No. 108 Ar. Bnlem fl :00 p. m.
No. 170 Ar. Bnlem 7:45p.m.
No. 240 Wuy Fr't ar Salmi ... ' 2 :30 p. m.
WILLAMETTE RIVER .HOUTB
Oregon City Transportation Company.
The Grahamona leave Ratetn tnr IMrf.
land at 6 o'clock on mornings of Mon-
day, Wednesday and Friday. No boat south
oi najein. uonc leavsa Portland Tuesday,
Batuidaj mornlnis until
3ALEM 80AVENGEH Charles Boos
proprietors Qarbage and refuss of all
kinds removed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yard and cess
pools cleaned. Office phone Main
2247. Residence Main 2272.
FOB HENT Fine opening for room
renting or board and rooming busi
, ncss; seven to .fourteen rooms, two
' blocks from post office. Specially
lavoranio terms to suitable party
See William Fleming, Bayne build
FOB EXCHANGE 8' acres 6 miles
out on good road. Seven room house,
woodshed, full bearing family orchard
Will exchange for good unencumber
ed property, city or country. Square
Deal Realty Co., 202 U. 8. Bonk bldg.
SALEM WATER COMPANY Office
corner Commercial and Trade streets
For water service apply at office.
Bill payable monthly in advance.
nnrnn a. rTnrtntr m n t wri.t.
A. M. Clough morticians and funeral
directors. Lutest modern )nethods
known to the profession employed.
499 Court St. Main 120, Main 9888.
RIGDOX-RICIlARDSOiS CO. Fimera
directors and undertakers, 232 North
High street. Day and night phone
Money to Loan
ON Good Real Estate Security.
THOS. k FORD
Over Ladd ft Bush Bank, Salem, Oregon
CITY AND FARM LOANS Any a
mount; low rates; promptly closed
attractive pro-paying privileges. I
iave C'i per cent insurance money
to loan on oalom business and tcsi
dence property. Thos. A. Roberts,
sua V. a. ttat'1 Bank bldg.
ilONEY TO LOAN I have made ar
rangements for loaning eastern
money, will make very low rate of
Interest on highly improved farms.
Homer II. Smith, room 9 McCornack
Bldg., Balem, Ore., Phone 96.
DB. O. L. SCOTT Graduate of Chiro
practic's Fountain Head, 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
STOVES REBUILT AND. REPAIRED
50 jears exoerience.
Depot National and American fence
Sizes 26 to 58 in. high.
Paints, oil and varnish, etc.
Loganberry and hop hooks.
Salem Fcoce and Stove Works, 250
8t. Phone 12.
ORBOON ELBCTHIC RAILWAY CO.
7 :15 a. m. .
0:45 a.m. .
11:20 a.m. ,
1 AO p. m. ,
4 :00 p. m. .
5 :30 p. m. .
Train No. Ar. PortlaM
... 2 Owl 6:65a, a.
6 g jUisk
. 10 Limited.... 11:88 a. sa
. 16 Limited ... 6Op.sa,
- Poan-Aso xo Bauk
a.ln m- Balem 8:88 Bu 10:B5a.a.
b :B0 a. m.
10 :46 a.m. .
2 :0B p. m. .
4 :4fl p. m. .
6 :05 p. m. .
9:20 p.m. .
11:45 p.m. .
4 :10 p. m. .
. 13 Limited .
...17 Local .
...21 Owl ..
.12 :56 p. sa.
. 4:16 p. a.
. 8:40 p. av
. 8:10 p. sa.
. 1:66 p. av
. 6:SO p. av
. 8 :45 a. sa,
. 7 :58 p. sa,
. 4:86a. bv
l :ao a.
. 10 Limited .
. 16 Limited
... 2 Owl ...
1 :i5 p. m.
5 :2ft p. m.
12 :Oo p. m.
1 :&S a. m.
10:16 a. m.
12 :6S p. m.
4 :16 p. m.
. Ar. Rugeaa
... 21 Owl 6 :60a. av
. 0 Limited ....12:26pav
7 1 :60 p. av
' Stops at Corrallla
.. 7:86a. bv
is s'nn n.
Lv. ' Balem.
6 :40 p. m."
H :2G a. to.
... 8:45a. sa,
... 1:45 p. m.
... 4:00 p. m.
... 5 .30 p. aa.
... 7 :6o p. av
...11:33 a. av
.... 8:36 p. SB
... 2:20 p. sa,
... 8.-O0 p. aa.
12 :12p. m.
2:41 p. m.
4:10 p.m. .
6 :18 p. m.
..... 14 ....
10 :15 a. m. ..
12:65 p.m. ..
6 :40 p. m.
... 7 .
UtTEBBV vriT WOOD SAW We Uv
and pay taxes in Salem. Let Salesa
people saw your wood. Phone 269.1
lita a. Zlss. T. L. Keister, Wsa.
frost ' ,
DB MOLAY COMMANDEBY. Na 5, K. T.
Regular conclave fourth Friday tn tarfc
month at 8 o'clock p. m tn Masonic
Temple. Sojourning Sir Knights are
courteously Invited to meet with aa.
Lot L. Pearce, H. C, Frank Turner,
SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY D. D. Keeler,
president; Mrs. Lou Tlllaon, seeretarar.
All case of cruelty or neglect of duaah
animals should be reported to tas
secretury for Investigation.
8ALEM LODGE Ni. , A. V.' A. M.
Stated communications ' first Friday la
each month at 7 :80 p. m. In the Maaeole
Temple. Clin McCarter, W. U. ; . S.
rjNJTHD ARTISANS Capital Assembly,
Ho. K4, meets every Wednesday at 8 p. aa.
In Moose hall. C. O. Matlock, M. A.
C. A. Vibbert, secretary, Crown Drug
store, 338 State Btreet.
A. O. C. W. Protection Lodge . Na. is.
Meets every Monday evening at 8 la thai
McCornack ball, eorner Court and Liberty
strpeta, A. B. Aufrance, H. W. ; S. A.
M-Kadden, recorder; A. L. Browa,
financier ; R. B. Duncan, treasurer.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD Meet every
Friday night at 8 o'clock In M:Crna
block. A. J. Hwelnlnk, C C; L. H. Ott,
olerk, 607 Court Street Phone &B3.
CENTRAL I.ODOH. No. 18, K. of P. Me
Cornurk building. Tuesday arenlug of
each week at 7 :80. C. K. Barbour, C. Ci
W. B. Ollson, K. of R. and B. ,
B. N. of A. "Oregon Grap Camp," N.
1300, . meets every Tburaday evening im
Mcl.'oruuck building. Court and Liberty
streets ; elevator. Mrs. Hylrla ScbaupB,
1701 Market, oracle; Mrs. Melissa Per
sons, recorder, 12U0 North Commercial.
Phone 143(1 M.
noiWION COnNCIL, No. 1, R. 8. M .
Mtated asaemhly first Monday In cecal
month, Masonic Temple. N. P. Itaamua
aen, Thrice Illuatrioua Master; Glean C
BALEM COUNCIL NO. 2fl!2 Knights anal
I.adlea or Hecurlty Sleets every rod sal
4th Wednesday each month at Ilurat '
Hull. Vlaltlng members are Inrlted te
attend. I;. F. Walten, financier, 480 8S.
PACIFIC LODGE No. 60. A. F. A A. St.
Stated communications third frrlday
In each month at 7 :H0 p. m. In the
Masonic Temple. Hal V. Kolaoi, W. U.i
Brneat II. Cheats, secretary.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMEK1CA Ore
gon Cedar Camp. No. 6'J4, meeta every
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock In M
Coroack hnll, corner Court and Liberty
streets. Klevntor service. Geo. BelnohU
V. c. : J. A. Wright. Clerk
L M. HUM
Yick So Tong
CHINESE MEDICINE AND
Has medicine which will ear
Any known Disease
Open Sundays from 10:00 . as.
wati) 8:00 p. m.
1S3 South High Btret.
Si!am, Oregon. Irnoua