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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, DEC. 4, 1916.
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OAK And fir stumpage for sale. En
quire 2130 Maple Ave. Uoco
FURNISHED Apartments, also barn
suitable for garage. 491 N. Cottage.
Auto-tire chain. Phone 1179.
FOUND White poodle
IlfiO Is', Commercial St.
WE HAVE Baled hay and oats for
aaie. ueorge Hweigie, Garden road, tf
liOST (iold locket and
at Journal office.
FOE KENT SIGNS For sale at Cap
ital Journal office. ti
HARRY Window cleaner.
GET PRICES On farm sale bills et
The Journal office.
CHOICE Goat meat for sale cheap at
1230"Terry street. tf
OLD FIR Wood for sale, delivered in
town. Phone 092 E. A. Way. tf
TBESPA8S Notices for sale at Jour
nal office. ti
FOR SALE Corn and Brown Leghorn
pullets. W. S, Sawyer, end Salem
Heights -car line. clei-4
WANTED To borrow $3.")0, will give
extra Rood security. J. 11. care of
fTREMEN, BRAKEMEN lioKinners
paid $120 monthly; permanent; no
strike. Railway, care Journal.
TRADE Buggy or surry for wn
i, cow or hay. 793 North Capitol.
' $400 EQUITY In ifSOO residenco lot
to turn in on new or good used
light car Phone 2021. de-4
FOR SALE 10 acres, '-room house,
good bearing orchcrd, etc., surbtirbnn.
x hone 823. u'1'4
IiOST White Lewellyn setter, black
spots on head, had collar on at time.
Suitable reward. Phone 82l-'3. dee
I PAY Tho highest market price for
all kinds of live stocit nt all times.
O. W. Eyre, 2200M, Sulem. tf
FOR RENT Nicely furnished house
keeping rooms, reasonable. S55 N.
Commercial St. dec21
FOR SALE Or trade for cows, 3 yr.
old mare, weight 13iiOf broken. L.
II. Roberts, R. 1. Independence, Or.
TEAM OF MAKES Set of harness and
Stiidnlmker roadster for sale or trade
for cattle or five passenger Ford. A.
V. Lathrop. Turner. Or. decS
THREE High grade Jersey cows for
sale, one iresli with newer can,
will freshen in n few days, price
1;0 tor 3 cows and calf. A. -Y loer
HURRY liAnd join the Laundry
club. 337 N. Commercial. Open .Mon
day. Reduction to elnh members, first
washing Mondar done free. Call up
and ask us. Phono L'.'iUH. dei-9
LABORERS WANTED To cut and
hnul wood, grub and plow, and take
in part payment, small tracts of land
on easy payments. Have residence
to rent for carpenter work. Want to
purchase a team. John H. Scott, 401
liunuarrt tiuiiiiing. -uf
for 10 Days
HIDES WANTED 197 S. Commercial.
Phone 399. decl8
FOR SALE 2 dcrsey cows, fresh in
few days. "71 N. Com'l St. dcc4
1 DRY OAK WOOD for sale. Phone 584.1
B'OB RENT Good farm, 150 acres. Ad
dress owner, 1195 South Twelfth, tf
BET YOUR Trespass Notices, new
snpply of cloth ones at Capital Jour
FOR RENT Largo modern house near
iueiiniey scuooi eneap. inone i-iuj
WANTED Two to four furnished
housekeeping rooms. Address B Jour
OLD FIR 2nd growth, oak, ash, maple
and vine maple wood for Bale. W. F.
Proctor, phone 1322J. jnnl
WANTED Stenographer and book
keeper who understands lumber busi
ness. II. X. care Journal. dcc4
-My car at once $00.00.
first served. 500 Gerry
FOR SALE Plymouth Rock pullets at
Mickonham & Co., 1C0 S. High, Far
mers feed shed,
GOAT MEAT For sale, first class,
only 5 cents per lb. at O. K. Grocery,
delivered in city. decll
KOR SALE Or trade, barber chair
and pool table in small town, ( heap
rent. J. L. Smith, Marion, Oregon.
W A XT ED Man and wife thoroughly
CNperienced in nil kinds of ranch and
orchard work want position. Refer
ences. Address Y 24 care Journal, d4
FOR RENT A suite of housekeeping
rooms, well furnished at 3;U N. Lib
erty. Inquire at residence. Phone
WANTED 3 teams to haul wood here
in town from boat. Will lot the con
tract of hauling. Phone C92. E. A.
WAXTED S men tw load wood on the
boat, must carry their dinner, be
gin work Monday, about 15 days
work. Report to E. A. Wav. Thone
MONEY LOANED On furniture, hors
es, vehicles, merchandise, etc. Trans
actions private. Possession retained
Union Loan Agency, 217 South High
JACOB VOGT 979 South Commercial
street, invites bis old friends to call
on him when in need of shoo repair
ing. Best of work at lowest prices.
FOR SALE iOne Indian motorcycle,
rode about 1500. miles, price $100.
One single Excelsior in good condi
tion, price $.15. Call for Clinton ' Wit
ham nt Vick Bros. dect
WANTED Former W. V. student
wnnts position, for eduction and ex-
pt-riciu-cd in meeting people would j
assist. Can read, write and speak i
liermnn. would consider position as1
governor. Phone 071W. dec4i
OREGON SCHOOL OK SElKOI.lXiY
Di Florn A. Brewster, dean ol the
Oregon school of Neurology, has re
moved from the Hubbard bldg. to
712 Stale St. corner Cottage St. Ex
amination free. Tlione 13.0.
MONEY TO LOAN On second hand
jewelry, men's clothing, musical in
struments, tools, guns, bicycles etc.
Also bought soli and traded. Capital
Exchange 337 Court St. Phone 493.
SPECIALTY SALESMEN Our com
plete line of exclusive art calendars,
lans illustrated metal road and bul-Ii-tin
sign, leather goods and other
practical specialties offer you a
"real opportunity " for 191". Exclu
sive territory. Liberal contract. Write
todnv. Meeker Adv. Co., Ine .Toplin,
BETTER THAN CALOMEL
Thousands Have Discovered Dr.
Edwards' Olive Tablets are
a Harmless Substitute
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets the sub
stitute for calomel are a mild but sure
laxative, and their effect on the liver is
almost instantaneous. They are the re
sult of Dr. Edwards' determination not
to treat liver and bowel complaints with
calomel. His efforts to banish it brought
out these little olive-colored tablets.
These pleasant little tablets do the
good that calomel doesbut have no bad
after effects. . They don't injure the
teeth like strong liquids or calomel.
They take hold of the trouble and
quickly correct it. Why cure the liver
at the expense of the teeth? Calomel
sometimes plays havoc with the gums.
So do strong liquids. It is best not to
take calomel, but to let Dr. Edwards'
Olive Tablets take its place. .
Most headaches, "dullness" and that
.azy feeling come from constipation and
a disordered liver? Take, Dr. Edwards'
Olive Tablets when you feel "loggy" and
"heavy." Note how they "clear"' clouded
brain and how they "perk up" the spir
its. 10c and 25c a box. All druggists.
The Salem Deaconess hospital was
formally dedicated and opened by the
exercises held yesterday morning and
aiternoon at the afmory, when address
es were made by leading citizens and
physicians of the city, setting forth the
needs and advantages of a hospital of
The meeting was presided over by
F. B. Wcdel, president of the associa
tion. Addresses wore made by Mrs.Kal
tenberg of the German Baptist church
and the Rev. Carl Elliott, president
of the Salem Ministerial Union, both
telling of the advantages to Salem dV
a Deaconess hospital.
The Rev. Baumg'artner, of the Men
nonite church of Pratum, told of how
the members of his church in the val
ley would give it their unanimous sup
port. J. H. Albert, president of the
Capital National bank, told of the
needs of a hospital similar to those
conducted by the Deaconesses of the
Menuonite church, ami expressed him
se as in favor of such an institution.
The Rev. J. II. Weigle, pastor of the
German Methodist church, gave the
Deaconess hospital his personal support
as well as the members of his church.
The morning program closed with a
solo by Mrs. W. Carlton Smith.
Governor Withycombe extended his
greetings to 4ho new hospital in the
opening address of the" afternoon,, and
expressed his satisfaction that the
Mennonites should establish a hospital
in Salem. The Rev. F. T. Porter, pas
tor of the First Christian church spoke
in favor of the hospital and the Rev.
R. N. Avison told of the needs of such
a hospital, especially to the home.
Superintendent John W. Todd spoko
encouragingly of the work of the Dea
eonessoB and Dr. F. H. Thompson told
why another hospital was needed. Dr.
Walton showed the differences in the
hospituls already in the city and the
work to be done by the Deaconess hos
pital and why both were needed.
The Dr-neoness hospital, located on
South Winter street is now opened
and nccommodutions have been arrang
ed for about 20 patients.
Doctor Indorses It
Dr. C, H. Robertson was on the pro
gram for the dedication of the Deacon
ess hospital at the armory last Sunday,
but was unable to be present. But to
show his' friendly interest in the work
undertaken by-F. B. Wcdel, president
of the Deaconess hospital, wrote tnc
Mr. F. B. Wedel. president Deacon
ess Hospital Sulem, Ore. Dear Sir: I
decnlv regret my inability to.be with
vou on the occasion of the dedication
if your hospital. I wisii however, to
express my sympathy with your plans
and my best wishes for your success,
Our prices are still the lowest
in the city. All the best grades
on the market.
Just received another car and
nenrly all sold. Expect another
in a day or so. Still the cheap
est and best feed on the market.
ALBER'S DAIRY FEED
This great feed is becoming
very popular and feeders find
it the best buy on the market.
Especially used with beet pulp.
We are in the market for Lady
Washington and Navy Beans in
any sy.ed lot. We pay tho high
est cash prices. Also, clean
beans in first class shape. '
D. A. WHITE & SONS
251-261 State St., Salem, Oregon.
- Children Cry
OAS TO RiA
BY THE ELECTRICS
Salem Now Second In Valley
League, the Obaks of Eu
In the game played Sunday night on
the Salem alleys by the Salem Electric
club and the Rainbow club in the Val
ley Bowling league, the Electrics defeat
ed the Rainbows by the score of 2G20
to 2485. The team average of the Elec
trics was 175 while the average of the
Rainboks was 100. Freeland of the
Salem Electric took high average with
224 points and high average with 19o
points. This pats Salem in second place
in the Valley league, one game behind
the Obak tetam of Eugene. These two
teams meet next Sunday on the Salem
alleys. The following is the score:
Kay . .
... 106 174 193
919 858 843 2620
Team average, 175.
Humphries . 187 169 170 520 175
Johnson ... 140 159 202 501 107
Miller 167 158 140 465 155
O'Brien.... 186 159 161 508 169
Lee 167. 150 170 487 102
Totals .... 847 795 843 2485
Team average, 166.
Players. W. L. Pet.
Woodmen 24 17 7 .708
Printers 24 16 8 -667
Watt Shipp ; : 24 15 9 .619
B. P. O. E .' .... 24 12 12 .500
Oregons : 24 8 16 . .333
Salem Alleys ... 24 4 20 .145
High team, 1 game, Printers, 964.
High toam, 3 games, Printers, 2730.
High individual game, Laflar, 253.
High individual, J games, B- Noud,
This W oak's Schedule.
Monday B. P. O, E. vs. Watt Shipp.
Tuesday Woodmen vs. Printers.
Wednesday Oregons vs. Salem Al
Official Averages, Sftieni City League.
Herrington .... Salein Alloys
Patton Salem Alleys
B. Noud ?. . Watt Shipp
Kav B. P. O. E.
Hussey .-. . B. P. O. E-
Vail Printers .
Craven Watt Shipp
Donaldson Wood men
Bean, r Woodmen
L. Price .... Watt Shipp
Htuttsman B..P. O. E.
Sundin . . Oregons
E. Price Watt Shipp
Ralph i B. P. O. E.
Calvin Salem Alleys
Campbell Salem Alleys
Pratt B. P. O- K.
T. Noud Watt Shipp
Lewis B. P. O. E.
Swienink Salem Alleys
"I have had the pleasure of inspect
ing the building which has been thor
oughly re-modeled and find it very
conveniently arranged. The rooms arc
pleasant and well furnished and the
operating room well located with plen
ty of light and equipped with all need
'I believe that when tho ideals and
purposes of your institution become
known, vou will receive the hearty sup
port of the people of Salem and vi
cinity. The medical profession already
is interested and you mny, i teel con
fident, depend upon the active co-operation
of its members.
"We feel that the Deaconess hos
pital supplies a need that has long
been manifest in this section of the
Willamette valley and are prepared to
assist in every feasible manner towards
its erowth and development.
"'Assuring you of my interest in the
work and mv sincere wishes for its
success, 1 am, yours very truly,
"C. II. ROBERTSON. ' :
The annual conference of the Older
Boys for western Oregon, held last week
in Corvalus. was .attended by 00 repre
nentktivea from Salem. The boys went
with the intention of electing one of
their number president of the confer
ence for the coming year, and this they
succeeded in doing as Phillip Elliott was
elected president on the first ballot.
Other officers elected are: Hugh Mc
Callum, of Eugene, vice-president; Ern
est Dye, of Forest Grove, secretary and
treasurer. Eugene was selected as the
next meeting place.
W. C. Faulkner was re-elected as post
commander of Sedgwick Post, No. 10,
Grand Army of the Republic, at the an
nual election held Saturday afternoon
at the armory. Other officers elected
were as follows: Senior vice-commander,
Earl Race; vice-eommander, Thomas
M. Champlin; quartermaster, Gideon
Stolz; -officer of the day, E. Boss; of
ficer of the guard, Henry Taste; -surgeon.
Dr. H. D. F- Lane; chaplain, Rev.
James Lisle; adjutant, Daniel Webster.
The monthly banquet of the men's
business class of the Y. M. C. A. will
be -held this evening. This will close
the month's contest between the teams
under O. E. Franzke and Dr. Mclntyre,
the Franzke team winning with a mare
in of two and one-half points. At the
meeting this evening, captains for the
two teams will be elected for the com
ing month. George Watson is president
CASTOR I A
Fcr Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
The following prices for fruits
and vegetables are those asked by
the wholesaler of the retailer, atd
not Vhat is paid to the producer.
All other prices sure those paid the
producer. Corrections ere made
As usual, ther earc no changes in
the Monday quotations. While the
price of potatoes romalns at $1.25, one
commission man expressed the opinion
that the market was weakening and
the chances good for a decline in pric
es. However, this view was not shared
by another buyer, all of which seems
to indicate that the man wrth potatoes
w sell may as well use his own judg
ment when the experts do not agree.
Oats, new 4245c
Rolled barley $40.00
Bran . $28.50
Shorts, per ton'" $32.00
Hay, clover $ia(aU
Hay, cheat $1112
Hay, vetch $1213
Hay, timothy $16
Butterfat - 40c
Creamery butter, per pound 41c
Country butter 2832c
ggs ana Poultry.
Eggs, case count, cash 43c
Eggs, trade . .. 45c
Hens, pound .. 1314c
Roosters, old, per pound 9c
Broilers, under 2 pounds -14c
Turkeys, live 16vai8c
Turkeys. drcBsed 19Cq.21c
Ducks, live ll(aiac
Geese, live 10c
Pork, Veal and Slatton.
Pork, dressed 12 l-213e
x-ork, on foot $8.50ffi9.25
Spring lambs, 1916 77e
Veal, according to quality 8llc
Cows S l-24e
Bulls 33 1-4
Wethers I 1-8
Figs and Dates
Figs, 70 four oz. $2.60
Figs, 36 12-oz. $2.75
Fitfs. 12 10-oz - $1.00
Black figs 9c
White figs iue
Dromedary dates .... .. a. id
String liufHo 10fqU3 1-ZO
Potatoes, sweet 3c
rotatoes, per luu pounds i.a;
Green onions t 40s
Green peppers 7e
Carrets. dozen 4U
Artichokes ............ - - $1
Lettuce, California, crate $2.50
Parsnips, carrots and beets . .$I.2o
Grapes . . L75
Oranges, navels - $4.00
Oranges, Japanese $1.75
Lemons, per Box ina.uuiao.ou
Bananas, pound t
California grape fruit $3.50
Florida grupe fruit eo.ou
T.aai. per dozen, fresh ranch 50c
Sugar, cane - $8.70
sugar, beet $8.50
Creamery butter .......... ...... jc
Hour, hard wheat $2.2".(a2.45
Flour, valley $1.852.00
Portland, Ore., Dec. 4. Wheat :
Club, $1 42.
Oats: No. 1 white feed, $35.
Barlev: Feed, $37.50.
Hogs: Best live, $9.75.
Prime steers, $7(S 7.25.
Fancy cows, $5.75(2 .
Spring lambs, $9-25.
Butter: City creamery, 40c.
Eggs: Selected local ex., 46c.
WHILE THY LAST
Get your Thanksgiving Turkey
for 24c. a pound at
160 South High St. Phone 10
Farmers' Feed Shed
C ASTO Rl A
of the club.
A 10-acre prune orchard near King-
wood. Westrialem, owned by T. M. Wit-
ten, a merchant of Clatskanie, has been
sold to George . Johnson, through the
ageuey of W. II. Grabenhoret k Co.
The general opinion of all who wit
nessed the Elk memorial services yes
terday afternoon at the opera house,
was to the effort that the change In the
Dennis Eucalyptus Ointment
AT ALL DNUO STORES
Tuaca ase jams boo
BUT LOSTJHE GOODS
Arrested Soon After His
Escape, Pleads Guilty Today
and Is Paroled
Vincent Domogalla, who attempted
to take six caps from Brick Brothers
store Saturday night but who was- de
ected in the ace Dy Isidore Brick, was
arrested Saturday nigftt and held until
Hub morning when he was formally
charged with petty larceny. He was
given oportuoity to plead before the
police judge and pleaded guilty. Judge
Elgin sentenced him to serve six
months in the county jailj but on rec
ommendation of District Attorney Rin
go, he granted Domogalla a parole on
condition that he would behave him
self during the six months.
Domogalla stated to the court that
it was alcohol that caused him to do
the act, which in his sober moments ho
would not have done. He said he got
the alcohol, which was diluted with
water, from a friend in Cu armory Sat
After the stores wore closed that
night, Domogalla asked Mr. Brick to
open the store bo he could secure some
After' a little persuasion Mr. Brick
went to the store and unlocked it. As
be was about to turn on the lights, ho
saw Domogalla grab a number of caps
irom a pile and shove them under Ms
coat. Mr, Brick lot the matter pass for
the moment, sold tneock, and insist
ed that the customer go to the hotel
for his change. He protested he did not
care for this change but Brick persist
ed. Arrived at the tfiigri bote!, Dries,
suddenly pulled the man's coat open
and the caps fell out. Domogalla dash
ed for the door, was outside in a sec
ond, and escaped. Tho matter was then
reported to the police.
Dallas Local News 1
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Starr of Portland
and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Goods and lit
tle son of Salem Bpent Thursday at
the home of Mr. and Mr9. F. K. Morri
son on Uglow avenue. Mr. and Mrs.
Morrison arc the parents of Mrs. tSarr
nd Mrs. ii oocte.
Mayor and Mrs. E. C. Kirkpatnck
are in Portland tnia week on a snort
business and pleasure trip.
Miss rem Parr, a teacher in tho city
schools is spending the week end with
her parents at Hillsboro.
Mr. and Mrs. t. J. Chapman and lit
tle son spent Thanksgiving day with
relatives in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. B. v. llasecki are vis
iting with relatives in Portland this
Miss Irene Barrett of Eugene is a
guest at the home of Miss Lucilo
Louphary for a few days.
Edward 1'reston and f loyd r.uis, stu
dents at the Oregon, Agricultural Col
lege are spending the Thanksgiving va
cation at the home of their parents in
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. McKim of Baker
are guests at the home of their daugh
ter,, Mrs. U V. wrown. auss Margaret
McKim, a student at the University of
Oregon, is also a visitor at the Brown
Harold Miller, a Willamette Univer
sity student is a guest at the home of
bis parents on Miner avenue.
Miss Vcva lturns, a Portland school
teacher is visiting with her mother,
Mrs. Martha Hums ror a rew days.
Miss Helen Gale is visiting at the
home of her parents in Portland this
J. C. Hayter who has been confined
to hia home with la grippe for tho past
week is able to be at his store on Main
Miss Jennie Muscott visited at the
home of her Bister, Mrs. Lutber J. Can
pin in Salem, Wednesday.
Miss Florence Koran of Corvnllis is
in the city a guest at the home of Mr,
and Mrs. 'Oscar Chcnoweth.
ritual has greatly improved the work.
And the general opinion is that the sei
vices of yesterday were more impressive
and satisfactory in every respect than
those held for many years. The elo
quent address of Waltor H. Evans of
Portland lodge, added greatly to sol
emnity of the occasion, as did tho very
appropriate eulogy of Dr. W. Carlton
AUTO RACER DEAD
Uniontown. Pa., Dec. 4. Frank Gal
vin, race driver, who was injured in the
U. S. A. speedway opening proTession
al race here on Saturday, died today.
His death brought the roll of dead to
three. He was -fatally injured when his
car crashed into that of lluglue Hughes,
killing Hughes and Gastou Weigie, his
WANT EIGHT HOUR LA W
Washington, Dec. 4 Declaring their
work is 'dirty, laborious an duuder
paid,' 4Qn.noo memheri of the niainte
10 acres of land, 5 acres under cul
tivation, balance timber and pasture.
Located five miles from Sulem; close
to railroad station. Price $1000; $200
down, balnnco to suit at 6 per cent iu
20 acres of first class prune land, 18
acres under cultivation, best of drain
age, fine, view, good location. Prico
1700; $.oo down, balance to suit at u
per cent interest.
64 acre farm, M acres under cultiva
tion bale-ace timber and pasture; new
six-room house, upstairs not finished;
good barn, well, macadam road, O'i
miles from Salem. Price $5200.
10 acres of land all in fiun bearing
orchard; prune, pears, and apples; 0
room house, barn; just two miles from
the street car line. Price $.1200.
5 acres of good soil, small house,
good road, 3'i miles from Salem. Price
SUOO; $180 down, balance mortgage.
If you want to buy, trade or sell,
W. H. Grabenhorst & Co.
276 State Street
HERBY vrrt WOOD Saw We live;
and pay taxes in Salem. Let Salesa
people saw your wood. Phone MUt
ua xi. jas. f. ii. Keister, Wsaj
Co, 220T N. Liberty,
Phone 263. A eocs
plete line of Electris
Supplies and fixtures)
lALEM SCAVENGER Charles Boo,
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
- kinds removed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yard and eess
pools cleaned. Office phone Kaia
2247. Residence Main 2272.
iALEM WATER COMPANY Office
corner Commercial and Trade Streets
For water service apply at offices
BilU payable - in adraaee.
STOVES REBUILT AND BEPAJRXTJ
60 years experience.
Depot National and Americas feaee)
Sizes 24 to 68 in. high.
Paints, oil and varnish, etc
Loganberry and hop hooks.
Salem Fence and Stove Weiks, 85$
Court street. Phone 124.
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATB
CHAS. B. HODGKIN General Insur
ance, Surety Bonds, real estate and
rentals. Hubbard Bldg. Phene 886. tf
FOR EXCHANGE 10 acres well im
proved for farm. S acres with build
ings well located, for farm. Good city .
home to exchange for 10 or more
acres. Any or all these parties will
pay or assume difference; ' Square
Deal Realty Co, 202 V. 8. Bank Bldg.
DRS. B. H: WHITE and B. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians U4
nerve specialists. Graduate of Am ur
ic an scHool of Osteopathy, KirktrrfllsL
Ho. Post graduate and specialized 1st
nerve diseases at Los Angeles college ,
Treat aeote and chronie disease.
Consultation free. Lady attendant!
Office 605-506 U. B. National Bank
Building. Phone 859, Residence S44
North Capital street. Phone 4P
DR. O. L. SCOTT Graduate of Chiro-
pr&c tie's Fountain Head. Davenport,
Iowa. If yoa have tried eTeryshinfl
and got no relief, try Chiroprae
tie spinal aijnstments and get Veil.
Office 406-7-8 U. S. National Bank
Building. Phons Main 87. Residence,
Money to Loan
ON Good Real Estate Security.
THOa K. FORD
Over Ladd Bush Bank, Salem, Oregon
stONEY TO LOAN I have made ar
rangements for . loaning eastern
money, will make very low rata
Interest on highly improved farm.
Homer H. Smith, room 0 McCornaek
Bldg. Salem, Ore, Phone Be.
7EBB ft CLOUGH CO. C. B. Webb,
A. M. Clongh morticians and funeral
directors. Latest modern methods)
known to the profession employed
499 Court St, Main 120, Main 8881.
RIGDON-RICHARDSON CO. Funera
directors and undertakers, 53 Norta
street Day and night phone
THE NEW ARGO HOTEL J. H. Laa
terman, Prop. Chemeketa street be
tween Com. and Liberty, telephone
900. Absolutely clean, thoroughly
homelike, strictly modern. There are
larger hotels in Salem, but no better.
Rates from 50c a day to $1.50. Spe
cial rates by week or month, dec 9
FRUITLAND NURSERY Salee yar
now open for business at High and
Jrry Sts. Full line of nursery stock.
Italian prunes a specialty. Nursery
located one mile east of penitenttiary. -Phone
SEDUCED- FREIGHT RATE8 To and
from all points, east, on all houshold
roods, pianos, etc. Consolidated ca
load service. Capital City Trans
Company, agents for Pacific Cosj
Forwarding company, 161 South C
mere Lai street. Pboae Main 933.
nance department of American rail
ways today filed- a petition with -congress
asking to be included in "any
eight hour railroad legislation."
C ASTO R I A
CHINESE MEDICINE AND
Has medicine which will Care
Any knowa Disease
Open Sundays from 10:00 a. as,
until 8:00 p. m.
153 South High StrXet
Si'em, Oregon. Paea t3t