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FR R J7 f ?e can of Crescent Baking Powder free with Every
Lemons, per dozen A 33c
Oranges, per dozen j5c
Tomatoes, per lb 10c
Shrimps, per can ; 19c
Diamond Salmon, per can 25c
Crisco, 3 lbs. can .....$1.23
Royal Club pure Honey, per jar....23c
White Navy Soap. 4 bars 23c
Libby's Pork and Beans, per can 18c
Roman Meal, pkg 33c
383 Coyrt Street
If Schilling Tea is really
tea, common tea ought to
be called something else,
SchillingTea is rich and
delicate and fine and in
; vigorating.- Common tea
.is mostly tannin that they
tan leather with harsh,
puckery and bad for diges
tion and nerves. .
. . loin in 4iuui ui lur JjiuriiF iiicii,,-,
fl'ine tea COStS leSS per;uturdny evening at ::M' o'clock. Us-
cup than common tea.
is cheap and which is dear?
There are four flavors of Schilling
Tea Japan,' Ceylon-- India, Ooldrig,
English, Breakfast. All one quality, in
pardisiyn-liaed moisture-proof padc ages,
At grocers everywhere.
A Schilling & Co Sun Francisco
im Melt VapoHub In
aapoon and Iniul
f mm vapors.
"YOUR BODYGUARD" "30f, 60. l.20
WOMAN CURED OF
Cortland, Or.. June 14, 1919.
Whom it May Concern;
I have been a constant sufferer cf
K.oniacti troubles for the past six years.
Have suffered untold aguuy and mis-1
e-v ami spent monev- doctoring with
f,rst class doctors. Have been told liy
Iheui thut I had ulcers, cancer and a
growth .in the stomach. Have tried so
..any kinds of patent medicines and
remedies which helped others. Was on.
let. losr niv m'oeiite. broke down in I
my nerves, couldn't ent, drink or sleep
in a minute of pcnccwisa wreck in
f-,ct all over. I finally lost in weight
i oiii ion poiinos ru si noi i.t iiiiins. i
llNcd and existed on cold, fre-h, sweet
to allien t ie tloctor oi i cre.l me to
e Id one tespoont'ttl of lenltH ov'k in
g ass of milk I drank. 1 suffered no
o ie l.nnws but myself the uuk.ioun in
ward iiii'ry with that cuiistinit nag
g ng, liurniiig thrlibiiig sensiition iu
soy stmunch. At times 1 would a't M-r
foctlr desiMindent and raram'ly piny
to die. 4, i over a year ago i heard of lr
tsioinii.-li I'owd.'is and
lilnes 1,','lief and tliouglit I'll tnke air
e'.Uer chance, ami thank (fod, my heav
fnlr Father, it did and lias proved inc
relief iin I hel and I believe cure. 1
it and drink anything I see 1 want
oid crave at any lime. As 1 say it is
in er one 'year ao but 1 constantly
leep the powder in my h 'ie and
ssh. n I feel the V ast distressed or any
tte of mv faniiic or friends coniplnin
I an only tio a'fid to mix Idem a doe
n il how qu ckly t'lev are relieved.
I can't rt-euiiuueud it t.i bUlily, neither
;n I s;iv by writing ami make one
In,, nn, I understand the relief it has
j",ven me fr,,m suffering anto'd Jigony
id I .iv to e."u h and everyone who i
eiffeing with in,liesti4tn tomsch
t.-ouldes tliis jww,b-r is W'frta i weight
i" gold. Am only m glad tu tell uth'
er sufferers bat rehned tec and
t"B,fiiT!v 1rt.fiev will relieve tlieM.
Mlis. f i.l.A WA' K.NA AK.
4!I Williams Ave., Portland, Or,
Manufactured by Or. (". Sto-ie. Ha
leia. Oregon. Price "iKe. Fjr ss!e by all
' tt "isisn.
THE QUALITY STORE
'Drs. Cashatt and Peiiibtrton ha
movm weir ornee to oof liana ot
tioinmerce bliljf. l'hone SU3.
WAXTKE-4 or 5 r.":'i Ji-use, furnish- jil-airflinhls along tliut.part of the
ed or partly fnriih vl. fall 81, -S::!0 jcOHSt. 4.toria lias uo suitable landing
morning. 'f. field tmd'is nut J err invitinir conn-
Hill- RK.VT (iarnge. Hump 8t:!. tf
Examinations were held today In the
office of the county mpeiiuleudcnt of
schools for special permits. These spe
cial teachers permits will jive the
teacher the privilege of feaehiiur until.,' m?n "PP"1" to he sick. I pon in-
the next regular examination tor school
certificates, which will ba m December
''- To demonstrate what proper physical
training will do for a 1-i pound uiuu,
lljjyd irelHiid, formerly wrestling iu-
structor at Camp Lewis but now in
Jaiem with the intention of establish
ing a school of wrestling and physical
culture here, will stago a deinoiistra-
.1... i :!....
ing nil r.iin car, luruisneii ni,
1.. (iilliert, distributor, lis the s'.age for
his stunt Ireland will lift five men to -
taling a, leastJOOO pounds iu wight.
Wallace Eeid, hame and ven-
tue, sups awny iruoi ine roie oi uie so-
ciety man und appears touigiit J
umay nt ine wregon inmier mo
Ijovb Burglar" a whirl of mistaken
identities and plenty of actwti. bun-1
day and Mon.b.y the Oregon shows
Margu'rito lark.in - ''(..rls'' - .ana.lap -
tntion of Clyde lit. h s famous singe
suecesa. This is a picture that eiuries
nili . .....,,
comedy from start to finish, in it Mar
guerite Clark appears in her most win
some form ns tho avowed man hater
alio eventually falls a victim to Cupid
thru a trnin of strange situations.
, . .. . .,.
Salem has the edge over all compet-
itors ut Klnnuith Kails for the annual
state meeting of K.m fiir lUiO. Word
received this morning indicates that j
'Pendleton hns practically given up it'jjjt
cliiini Jor tin) iv-v meei anu win u)
pel Sulem ill order to lay the wires for
the 1!2I nnntinl meeting. This tnem1"
that Sulem will be selected ns the pla"e
i'or the .Ut-i) session ttjiiili will br:u'
Hi KM) or more Klks and friends to the
icitv for three duys.
- An automooiie oriven oy mu.iuuw ,r,tAN..;T(( Mf Mr( ,,nn? f
of Milwaukie, Oiegon, collided witb .1, Slli...., ,,,. , . 4 ,u,
street ear liixt evening at .Commercial
.and 'Ferrv streets, resulting in consid-
crnble ih.jurv to the nuto but none ;.)
, H.e o;u,nts. Mr. Mmidorf refused U
give his name but it was learned troo
., ,j Uinber on the car. He sn 1
he thought the street car would fur.i'j'
ff at Kerry and t hew-fore he made iioj
attempt to keep off the track and away
from the street car going north, llcnce, J(il(,n s . denulv -in the
the uto .! I Ke street car arrived at y . jj visi(i .
the same point at the same tune. -,.,lHd for a few daa-i, the guest of
Tor the past ihree and one half, u:' ,. ,,, ., ,, ... . .
month, there has been but little ram-,
tall in Nil, lu M uv the precipitation -
was only .SI of an inch, in June here
. , , I
an inch and in July it was still dr
us mere via- ni .' , '
so fur none in Auot. The oal ;.,r
the three and one half munt'is is only
.W of nn no h. The river is :iniiig
the effect of the dry season and ;s new
one and one half feet below ,bc lew
Real estate rontinries to more In 8a-
lem. Herbert l-'nrrar h;,s piirehax-d a
five room IiiiiikiiIow from Kalph llnuup;
son tor $2.'UHI. The property i on l.in i
I coin street in Mouth S;ilcm. V. A. Pen '
in y h.'.s also bought a home in (south
.-nleui on Mvera street paving s-i.:
Moth sal, were made by W. II. (,ia-
In niort a Co.
Ceorge L. Cooper, former Tice con-
s it l iiili. ll cceupr the pulp.t of ;
the Kir( Christian church next ciiin-!
,'ny irorning. Sunday school will be!
:it the nsiisl hour, but there will e .
i'0 services in the evening.
A traveling salesman for a Bridge
port. C corset house was in the city
this nmrning. He brinas the disquiet
ing liens that on account of strikes
at Hridgit'rt in sesersl of the big
corset factories, prices have advanced
considerably and that or-p: wiil be
scarce on the market this f:i;.
J. M. Peterson of O reel jr. Colorado.
writes the Coutmcrcial club thnf hf-
snts' to come to tins is'ley st I a-i
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON,
Mason Fruit Jars, quarts 9Sc
Mason Fruit Jars, 1-2 gallon 81.20
Economy Fruit Jars, pints $1.15
Economy Fruit Jars, quarts $1.33
Economy Fruit Jars, l-2gals : ..$1.65
Sauer Kraut, 2 cans 25c
Parawax, per pkg . 25c
Spring Clothes Pins, : doz. pkg.... 25c
Cream of Barley, pkg 25c
Mt. Hood Pumice Soap, 3 bars 25c
for literature. James F. Fieittress of
' Exeter, Mo., is feeling the simp -way
ja,'m,, !t ai"1 W0"U' li,ic i!,for"'ion-
jj.(He writes he is coininjj for his health.
J As there aw no sultabla landing
! places at Astoria, the airplane Web-
f,1(1 lu,i,1IU,i . . o,.iom
r . (.---.. -
will not give exhibitions ami comiuer-
trv for the aviator that miyht be
obliged to make a landing suddenly.
A hair tonic drunk was picked up
hift evening by the police. A telephone
call came in from the north part of
the city along in the afternoon that
! vest igat urn, it was found that the ill
ness wa caused by the wrong implica
tion of the hair toflic. As he seemed to
be anxious to mnke good and work, and
an he had no money, .Tud'rp Race de
cided that the best thing that could be
done for the limn was to get him a
rub. Ho is now-working.
So far this month only three build
in , permits have been issued. Perry
Taylor will spend tout) in repairing a
house at 1 :!i:s rtagiiiaw. Kimis West will
put on 4IK) worth nf repa.'1" on a one
storr frame nt 4111 North Front. J. C.
; J " ' '""'l .7 - . .
'f? month to spend
",U0 0,1 R h-20 Mill street.
j)r y q rrankUn of
luaiversitV. is spending u
part of his
vacation with the .Vfi
aytnas on Mt.
He made the official climb
B.ith rt f fi, nfy (hc
ni(jht at c.,m Muif ftn(1 tho ',,,.,
.loill gnJ ,,. ,he eVmb fU f(),()W.
i1Jf (av ,0 fho mlmmit of M( Klii(,
, H 408 fept Mulln(uil riiiibiiig is noth-
enpetjBiiy llpw for J)r Frank in.
A few years ago h spent 0 dnvs with
the famous Sierra club of California,
ascending Mt. I.yell. He hus also
tramped through tho Yusemite valley
and for iiihiiv years has made it a cus-
torn to live near to nntiiie for several
Mr. nnil Mn. George
Smnllev, living north jf f.ile:ii,
August 14, l!l!l, a dung li ;'.
h( t)(i hnnp ()f Mr y
j ,., BHV mi
the ( lini ng winter.
A,forn(,v T A Bl. ;,; of , .
torney gcncrnl's office, returned to his
I desk today after a vacation of two
weeks, which he spent in the Silet.
cuuntrv and on the const,
j K. F. Carleton of the education de
jpartment, is absent from the office
i this week, rnjowng an voting in the
State Kti'jineor Cupper returned this
anon from id ml, where he" has been
Doctor Tells How to
fly tbe sr- ,
simple r -
use o (f '
eveaivht J -, -
strength- V 4 .- --,lri.
time in "'s...t....-'
many instances, and c.'rh relief
brought to int'amfij, a h.i if. l.irg,
burning, work-trutr-(,', s a .- '-yes.
Read the doctor's full .. ci t aton
to appear ia tr. s a; e( ;; -..i jptois
sold and tfin:ei,,ieil ,
Outing after progress of aa irrigation ,,,., an.) Onion; Murray, HCg
Mrs. M. R. Oilmore and F.diih F.'.., i ..;.
iiarroit of Lugrne wort among the ar
rivals at the Bligh hotel todar.
J. M. Meyer an d L. ('. K.s.stmat wercl
tarn fiiverton citizens isi t injj briefly
Among the gtiesls at t lie Marios ho
tel to.br sr.. IV J. Neff of Mcdtord
and H. t. Howard of Curvallis.
J. T. (ri'O'liiirm and wife, formerly
residents of tli.s city ami Looking
Hsss, arrived kt last evening from
Salem, here they are now located.
They will visil here for mime time with
their two sou, Ben and Jsme. Rosa
tieorge li. lr of Hsieiu, district
deputy for the order of .Modern Woofl-
maa of America, ia m hugene for
won nine, ,w r. sieper wis rorsieriy
at Lima. Peru, where he acted as Am
erican vice consul. He will now havo
iicau'iuaricis bi nieiii, anu win miiv
Oregon his permanent home. Ht for- i
uierly lived at Lincoln. Nob.. whir he '
waa ia the, head office of Ihe Mode
vtooumea tnere. tie has mane a spfViai I
tv of foreign traite ami commerce fo
several years Kuetie Register.
TODAY'S BASEBALL SCORE!
Kirst panic H H.
Cincinnati : 4 It
New York 3 6
r.ner mm iiik-.; rarncs, imiouc nnu
Oiueiuiiati 4 4
Xew York 0 6
Fisher aud Rnriden: Benton and 8nv
Brooklyn 3 9 0
Martin, Carter and Killifer; Grimes
Pittsburgh 3 7 2
Koatop 5 7
A, hints ami BbirkwcMI; (Vusev and
Karlson and l.ee; Fillingiin and AVil
son. (Twelve innings.)
Ht. Louis- 7 12
Philadelphia 2 ' 4
' 1 ;'
C WIS. M.Jli.r a To.. He.
if , t '
if SaMSJI.I. '(f'-.IMIWYM V
ty Jm lyrJiWir,mt
Armed bf CKrrnae O 6wr
f""V ' I'm ii
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 13. 1919.
srd, Tu.ro s ml .Seniiis: Mea
ili.s and Tisgr.'s..r. (Jvveu iuniujis.)
a T t.'e r-r1'f
j A Nutritious Diet for All Aflea
" Quids Lunch at Heme Of Ollks
Aroid Inilatiea aaj Substitutes
10 acres '-i mile Palem, black gravel
i soil, familv orehanl, bat-', hue house,
. -ii . ' ..i.i. i . i .ii
wen, ware auu cut., inuu-i tow, . uozeu
chickens, 5 tons nar, cil acres
corn go at ll'ilW.
t, .., fnwn ,;ill,ln is
Uleared, it) acre. Bottom; fair honse,
2 jirood burn; trade for f ace half aa
40 acres all cleared, IS aces fl vear
old prunes. bnildinBs, tiVi uiilej Salem.
Cheap at T.iflO.
;t acres in Salem, on nuuadnm street,
all kinds fruit and b, Tries, good 7 room
house, outside cooler, on water sya-
j j tein, bant woodshed, only $1000,
-o arres goou sou, roil ng; iu acres
cleared, good family orclia d, buildings,
2 springs; .1' miles Sa'cm mile
10S acres well improve, on t roads
to be Kived, 70 acres cultivated, bal
ance brush pasture. 190 per acre,
2 1 worth more.
3 , 22 acres close, to Chemnwa, best soil,
all in cultivation; 7 acres (lover, young
family orchard, building:; about 30
tone clover nmt oats huy goes with
place at ssiiiiu.
5 acres, 2Vfc miles Salem all cultivat
ed, good soil, email houso aud baru;
easy payments) $1.7)0.. -
5 acres lt.j mile Saleie, berries; S
acres prunes, building. 12500. ,
10 Ml acres dark loiiin, S acres culti
vated, balance stunp pasture, 1 acre
beaver dam; gond buildings, family or
chard, mile town; only $3700,
797 acres cut over, escc ient pasture,
beat soil, spriflg water, tog house, born;
$20 per acre. : .
41 acrei all cultivited except 2 acres
evergreens, good Bottom iand, water
piped to house aud barn; 2 miles town
on gravel road. $5i)" 0. Half cash.
Huv a home.
6 room bungalow in good condition,
fruit, sidewalks, pavement, good lot, 1
block car; $1000. cash m incut, bal
ance 10 montWy, t- fl pi scent.
(I room strirtlv iun,len bungalow,
full baseDient, furnnre, f'n place; nice
lawn, flowers, berrcn $.I2"i(i, $750 cash
balance $2.1 month'y at percent.
0 room buni'alo.v, full basement,
largo lot, fruit, la vn, '. block car;
$23.i(. Hninll payment; i.T (ailments at
0 per eent.
; room bungalow, al tractive, Hood
lot, east front, 3 blocks srhool ;$2,
2.)0. $1000 down, '.enns.
fl room iiinilern iiongiilow, close in.
$:t200. $1000 cash, liBlmici i per cent.
0 room col Inge on graveled street,
Hot 75 bv 150, fruit; pricj $l!hjD, $000
t-'. ... .1. 1. 1 7 .
vnii, uutumc I p,.f cent.
0 room buiigulow in ftiie location,
paved street, close to seluol and car,
shady lawn, only $'1200; :f00 down,
bullion' to suit ut (I percent.
We chii uit von
NOTICE (IF SALE OF OOVElt.NM KNT
timber, general land office, Wiisliing
ton, D. C, June 27, luiv. ivotico is
hereby given that subject to the condi
tions and limitations ot the act of
June 9. 1010 (3D Stat., 21N), and Uie
instructions of the secretary of the in
terior of September 19, Jt)17, the tim
ber on thtf following lands will bo sold
August 20, lltltf, at 10 o'clock a. m., at
public auction nt. the l intrd Status
land office nt Portland, Oi.igon, to the
highest bidder at not less than (he ap
praised tuIuo as shown by this notica,
sale to be subject to tho approval of
of the secretary of the Interior. The
purchase price, with an additional sum
of one fifth of one per cent thereof,
biSng commissions allowed," must be
deposited at time of sale, money to be
returned if sale is not approved, other
wise patent wit! issun for the timber
which must be removed within ten
years. Bids will bc'rcccivcd from cili
tens of the United States, associations
of such eitir.ani and corporations or
itanized under the law of the United
States or sny etate, territory or dis
trict thereof only. Cpnn application of
a qualified purchase, the timticr on any
egai oniiviion will be off-red aena
rately before 'being included in any of
fer of a larger nnit. T. 2 N., B. 3 W.,
See. 11, NW' SW'4. red fir 510 M.,
cedar 53 M., KW HW'J, red fir 7t0
M., none of the red fir or cedar to be
sold for less than $1.50 per M. T. 0 8.,
K. Z K., See. 5, NKV4 N K '4 , fir 1090 I
Vf.. hemlock 270 M.. N W V S V. V. lit
sso M., hemlock 150 M., hK'4 nV:'4,
rir 1770 M., hemlock 2,0 M., 8WV4
NK'i, fir 2W M., hemlock 200 M.,
SE NWii, fir 6.10 M., hemlock 1.10
M., SWti VWt,. fir 1700 M, HFM
HK'4. fir 1170 M., hemlock 120 M.,
MW4 HK'4, fir lfl'.O M., hemlufk 50
M., Hr. HF., tit 1190 M., hemlock
30 M, HWV, HKi,, fir 700 M., NKV,
SWI4, fir 1950 M., .VWV4 8WV4, fir
2100 M.. SK', RW',, fir lfi-50 M.,
H 8WV,, fir 1250 M., no'e of the
fir to be sold for lees than $1.;j0 per M.,
sv.J none of the hemlock to be sold for
lese than 75 cents per M. T. 9 8., R. 3
E., Bee. 25. RWii NWiJ, red fir 600
M., HK SRi, red fir 350 M., 8WVi
NKi4 red fir 500 M., none of the red
fir. to be sold for less than $2 per M.
CLAY" TALLMAN, Commiseioaer, Gen
eral Land Office. 18
, sv w r. -. 'f
v t .r , Safe
1 V v w.iit.
Quick Reference To Firms That Gira Serrice On Shoif
Where Buyer And Seller Sleet We
Recommend Our Advertisers.
Salaa Elaetrit Co, Uoei T:ail,
MACHINE SHOP WORK
Export machina shop aerr hy Mr.
nerjtnaa at mna achCv.. mafhiae
ahop. IS yenra extierience. Gear tut
ting a specialty. ILigh class machine
tools. Qukk service. Phona 448, 8-15
DR. L. HALL WILSON Se-
V: "alist in the Modern Scientific
Application of Glasses for the aid of
vision and the relief of K vest rain and I
Headache. Office closed Haturdnvj.
Office 210-211 IT. 8. Bank building.
Phones, office 145; res. 1244.
Yick So Tosg
Chinese Medicine and Tea Ob, f
Has medicine which will cure any
Open Sundnys from 10 A. VL
until 8 P.M.
153 South High tit
I Balem, Oregon Phone 231
W. T. EICJDON ft 0O
58 North Uiga StreH
PORTLAND CARMEN GRANTED
12 PERCENT WAUK INCREASE
New York, Aug. 12.J-(Unitc4 Press)
The war labor board lata today grant
ed a flat wuge increase of 12 percent
(pr employee of traction lines in Port
laud, Or., East Ht. I.ouls aad the viclnl
ty of Cleveland. The increase it was
stated, was based on the Increased cost
$t Tls IAvsffnl Infiiefttsl
Daily Market Report
Wheat, soft white No. 1 $2
Feed oafs ... ..- 80c
Milling Oats OL'e
Hay, cheat, new - $17
Hay, oats, new, -...- $lS(ii20
Mill run mm
Creamery butter 61(0 82c
Pork, yeal aod Buttoo
Pork on foot . ... , - 1c
Veal, fancy 81C2e
Cows . - 0t5Vc
Spring lambs - Wo lie
Ciwes - i''c
Sheep. Tcarlings - 7
Eggs and Poultry
Tggs, cash '
Hens, live - - 25c
Old roosters -.- - 18
Broilers - '- 2;lfn 24c
New polutoea - - "Vjf
Orien onions dos 40c
unions, per suck
... i. 4-1 7". I
Celery tins -
UO. fn 1 (HI
Tomatoes ' . $ I. "( 1.W
Watermelons I H-4c
Lemons, bos $7.5Ouv8.."0
(anteloupes , $a.7.i $.'1.2'
Bunch beets - 43e
Cabbiign . ui"
Head lettuce an
Carrot - 5c
Kggs down .. . 60c
Creamery butter - - 70e
Country butter OOt
i'lour, hard wheat ..$.'.. 10(3.2;
l'ortli.nd, Oi., Aug. 15.- Butter, city
Kggr si:lecied lo al ex iiiole
11, us 2::tu I'm
Bi'iilers 2(c -.n;
Cheese, trijih'tn 3'i(i !8c
dailV live btoo KMABSET
Tone of mnrket steady
Onod to choice ,eers $IO..Wn 11
Fair to good steers $7..i'"iri 8.5(1
Oimrnon to fair steers $7(y7.50
Choice to gjod cor.i sud hcifen
Medium to good cows and heiferj
Cnnners $tu 5.50
Calves $or 15
Tone of market firm
Prime mixed .tn 20.50
Medium mined $ 1 1). Wu
Rough heavies tltt.Wn 111
Pigs lt '
Tono of market steady
lrnne lambs $ll.5iiio 12
Fair to medium lambs (r 11.50
Venrlings $7ri 7.75
" Wethers $7rti 7.50
Kwcs $5fi 7.50
127 North High-
Call 398. Highest price paid fv
Junk, second hand good Ml machla
ery. Be st. and call 398, get the lU&t
prices. The square deal house.
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
271 CtemekeU St
WHY SELL FOR LESS?
We will pay you more cash for yew
household goods. Qot our bid be fan)
you sell Peoples Furniture and QarAs
ware Store, 271 N. Com. St. DwM
NO CASH BEQU1RED Good oseieect
hoes and suits, all kinds of nnsisv
al instruments, shotguns, rifles, teas
ing stoves, gas stoves, suit easae aa4
1000 other tfsrful articles to sell ear
trade. What have yout The Capital
Exchange, 337 Court St. Phone 491.
TOUR used furniture, stoves, carpets)
and tools, as we pay fair prioes f o
everything. Call 47
CA11TAL HARDWARE YXMHb
283 N. ComT Bt.
I EEXOVATE, block and trim lad
aud men's bats at 1017 prices, and
bettor work; material ia scarce, bate
are expensive, what's the answer!
C, B. Kllsworth, 493 Court St., Sa-
STOVES REBUILT AND BEPAI&X4
50 years experience, Depot Natlosaj
snd American fence.
Bi7.es 23 to 58 in. high
Paints, oil and varnish, eta.
Loganberry and kon hooka.
Salem Pence and Stovr Works,
250 Court street, Phone lit.
SALEM BCArENfJEHT-Clarbaga sag
refuse of all kinds reoloved oa saoata
ly contracts at reasonable ratet
Cess pools cleaned. Dead anlnalt tm
moved. Office phone Mnin 167.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Oood Real Estate Sncority
" THOS. K. FORD
Over Ladd A Bush bank; Harem Orefes
FEDERAL. FARM LOANS 6 "4 He.
cent mterest. Prompt aervioe.
yeart time. Federal farm loan bon'ie;
for salo, A. C. Bolirnjtedt, 401 it
sonio Temple, Sulem, Oregoa. I
INSURANCE COCNtitr For free ix
formation about Life Insuranes se
J. F. Hutchason, dint, manager fet
the Mutual Life of N. V., of fiee a
, ... ,.,-,, ,. ... Qfflae.
(bir Prices are Right
W. M. ZANHLKK, Propneter
12.'' 5 N. Htiaimer Htreet, Halem, Or
KNIOHTS OF PYTHIAS MBRT A
McCornnck hall on every Tneadaj;
at 8. Walter Lenoa, C. C, P. J,
Hunt i, K. B. 8.
ROYAL Noighbors of America, Otm
goa Urape ramp Ne. l.IrK) meet earf
Thursday evcuiag in McCornaek hail
Klavator sc'vice. Oiac.le, Mrs. Cars
ne K. Bonn, H4H Union Ut; rre
dor Mrs. Melissa Porioas, 1411 M,
4th' Rt. Plione 143(511.
li'NITKf) ARTISANft-CapitJil Asserae
bly No. 84 meets first Thursday at
ench month at 8 p. tu. in Ma-son'.e
Temido. Glenn C. Nib's, M. A.j C. A.
Vibbert, secretary, 340 Owens street.
MOD K UN WOODMKN OF AMKRICA
Oregon Cedur Camp No, 5216,meet
every Thursday evening at 8 o'cloek
in McCornaek building Coart at: 4
Liberty streets. W. M. Persona, V.
('.; Prank A. Turner, clerk.
4ALEM WATKB f)U PANT Of flea
nrner Commercia'. snd Trade streeM
Bills payable monthly in advance.
Out of $0 students in tne pnarmaey
department of the University of Wash
ii jton this year 30 are women.
To replace the old building reeeatty
burned, the school district of Empire,
in Ccoi county, has voted fond l
$$5 Keep ITi
n war Oamma
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