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OAILV CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1008
TO OREGON ELECTRIC
nP SAIOON LICENSE Vt
U PLY W
Mflimgcr Tnlbot, of the Oregon Electric, sent Into the city council an
bl'o review ""it rather peppery statement about Improvement of Nortn
Mcfi "'"' Droathvay, and city council orders mayor to notify corporu-
ilea td como tnrougn whu tuc improvement.
Additional paving Ordinances wet'o put through without a dissenting
War was declared on saloons not complying with the new city onll.
Recorder Moores shows city finances lun'o becnkept in good condition.
Eldrldgo, Frasor Orconbdum, Mil- f Small Funds Transferred.
lard. Mofflt, Moores, Preanall, Rao.-
cliff. Stolz and tho m,nyor were pres-
Moro Street Paving.
Tho bids of the1 Warren Construc
tion company for paving thrco
blocks of State street, from Commer
cial to Church wcro accepted.
On report of city engineer Frnder
moved to allow 80 por cont of tho
amount stnted to have boon com
pleted work of Warren Construction
corapnny, $1003.45, loss co3t of fill
ing holes for telophonp poles.
Tho stroot commissioner rcportoll
expenditures of $1281.92 for tho
month of Juno; nlso a largo number
of sidewalks and crosswalks put in
and ordrPd built.
Sneclal committee composed of
commlttoo on ordinances, mayor and
city njtornoy on compilation of oi
d'nances reported work all complet
ed except Indexing.
Slto for Street Department.
Stolz reported verbally on a slto
for street dopnrtmont. Tho commit
too fnvored soiling its old firo de
partment building on Stato stroot,
and that tho city recorder ndvertIo
the proporty for Bnlo, and thon pur
chase a cheaper lot. Ho offered a
motion to that effoct and It wns car
ried. Ho would buy a new Hlto at a
much chonpor prico nnd pay for It
out of tho lighting fund. ,
Ho favored buying tho Illrnm
Smith lot, lji slzo 100x80, west or
the Eonp factory, Just north of tho
woolen mills, one block from Stato
atree.t, for $500.
Greonbaum moved that tho mattor
be referred to tho committeo on pub
lic buildings. Moores moved td
atnond that commlttoo recolve bids
for n Blto. It waft ordered reforrol
after objection by FraBor, that Thir
teenth stroot -was not- -opened and
that property ,had.no'front.ago. Mo!
fit asked If property was not sub
ject to Inundation from tho Mill
c eek ditch!
A Dog "Day Rill.
Dill of J. C. Marsh wa3 rejected
and re-roforrod. It was for kllliiig
dogs during tho montfi of June; for
feeding five dogs four days, $4; kill
ing nnd burying $G, total $9.
f1, ' Vi1" ii'ii'ii'
ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT
slmllatlnS theRxxf awflWuht.
Prorootes DiesrtoriIr etful 1
ness and st.contaui$ ecm
NOT WARC OTIC,
, i i mn ! i
Aperfccl Remedy for Cf
UOll , oour awjiiuui.u i ,-7
ncss andLOSS OFSLtcr.
Pjrr!i,l If. ..' w! .i:,!Jllk
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Sxut Copy of Wrappr. g mktu wwwr, tw ww v
SEVERAL ORDERED TO COM-
Groenbaura moved that a s.urpluu
of $20 from horso fund and a sur
plus fund of $180. 25 in the fund for
street cleaning and ferry" fund bo
transferred to tho printing fund.
City Recorder Mooro3 made a
quarterly report showing condition
of each fund, Including disburse
ments from each Item of budget and
balanco on hand in each fund. Only
item overdrawn was street repairs,
$2555.47. Somo of tho Items of dis
bursement, such as advertising
stroot Improvements, will ba return,
ed to tho city. Tho roport makes a
fine showing of city finances.
To Drain Land.
Millard asked for Information ob to
ditch on Asylum Innd near Leo Mis
sion cemetery, Stolz of stroot com
mittee said city engineer would bo
asked to go out thoro this wcok. MM
lard said Superintendent Stionor wn,s
anxious to tnko up tho matter.
Hiidge on Mill Creek.
Petition of ovor 100 proporty own
or nf Hnlnm to rminlr Mill crook nt,
North Front street, samo being lm-'r
passable Eldrldgo moved to lay on
tnblo. Lo3t. Referred to committeo
For Drokcn Ann.
Mrs. S. A. Gnddls of Roseburg,
through hor attornoy, Wobstor. Oregon EloctrJc wns Just as care
Holmes, n3kcd Jor nllownnco of $100 less as tho city. Mr. Tnlbott's lot
for Injuries sustained in trying to tor was placed on filo and tho mat-
cross Twolfth stroot while In Yow
Park. Radcllff movod roforonco to
city attorney. Carried.
New lllcyclo Ordlnnnce,
On request of'mayor a now blcy
clo ordlnanco was rend to amend er
rors 'in last ono, which allows tho
wheols on tho east side of Commor
clal street. This dofect was nlmod to
ho 'cured by this now ordinance.
Radcllff cnlled attention to thu
disposition to tamper with too many
ordinances. Greonbaum movod in
lng raised It went over to tho ordl
lng rnled it wont ovor to tho ordl
Oregon Electric Giiide.
A letter from Guy W. Talbott of
tho Oregon Electric company, re
viewing matter of grade on Nort i
High street and Broadway, and ask-
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
j T p
Ntcrstag Mothers and
tn all stations of life, whoso vigor and
vitality may have .been undermined an
broken-down by over-work, exacting
social duties, the too frequent bearing of
children. -or other causes, will find In Dr
Pierce's Fayorlta' Prescription the most
potont, Invigorating restorative strength
liver ever devised for their special bene
fit, NunlngfRiothersw'THJlnd It especial
ly valuable Ik sustaining
and promotlngXn abundant
for the child. txpVctant
will find It a crlcolessHttM
system for baby's coming and nWMna
the ordeal comparatively palnle. Jj
:nm any sme. or conamon
iurvous, weak women, who
suffer from frequent headaches, back
cho, dragglng-down distress low aown
In the abdomen, or from painful or Irreg
ular monthly norlods. gnawing or dl-
tresscd sensation, in stomach, dizzy, cr
faint spells sad Imaginary specks or spoil
Boating bofore eyes, have disagreeable,
polvjc catarrhal drain, prolapsus, aht
version rir0tro?yerslon or other dlspjaoe
ncnis of womanly organ from weKa4
of parts will, whether they exper!
aany er oniy a iew w me aoova symp
toms, find relief and a permanent cureby
many er only Ik few of the above' sytap
nnu renei ana a permanent cureoy
ifaithfiiily k4 Ialrlv nersisteatl)
This world-famed specific for woman!
woaknesijjfM and ptjcpllar' ailments l a
pure glyceric extract of the choicest na
tive, uiedlalnai roots without a drop of
ahiohel In.iM mftko-np. All its Ingredi
ents prlated in plain English onlts. bottle
wrapper and attested, tinder oath. Dr.
FlereettiHS tavlte ito, fullest .p vaca
tion of hti formnla Rowing that It will
bo found to contain only the best agent
known to tho most advanced medlcai
science of all (bo different schoolsof prac
tice for the cure of woman's pecullat
weaknesses and aliments. ,
If you want to know moro about the
eomposltloa and professional ondorsiv
oni of. the "Fn vorlto Proscription," send
postal card request to Dr. R. V. Plorce,
Buffalo, N Y., for hi free booklet treat
ing o( same.
You can't afford to accopt as a substi
tute for this remedy of kntiwncnmiHUlon
a secret nostrum o uv
.ntoiown " oompor
tmu uon't aa it.
lng that tho mattor bo proporly con
sldorod. Stolz reviewed tho mnttor
from tho standpoint of the stroot
committeo. Ho nskod what had tho
former city government , granted to
tho Oregon Electric on that ntrcet.
Wns tho Tillmnn grado correct7 Ex-
Mayor Wntor8 Bald thore was no
agreomont of record as to whoro tho
grndo was. Tho franchise was
granted nnd tho Tillman grndo wus
apuroveu uy uiu cuj. isiiuii. uBi
a t... tt... li... T..nus. ?!
Thlolson said tho Tillman grado
wjis correct. Tho ropori or tun
Btrcet committeo was fnlf to nil In
terested "parties. Tho mattor was
ondod so far as this council wns
concorned. It may havo beon a
poor way of doing hUBlnoss, but tho
To Improve North High.
Mayor Rodgors wns Instructed to
wrlto Manager Talbott to tho effoct
that tho city wns ready to 'improvo
North High nnd Broadway, and that
tlio corporation proceed to como to
Transfer Siilwm License.
Petition 'or-'Alex Conoyor ;tof tran&w
for saloon license to D. A. Madison
Eldrldgo moved to not allow. Lost.
On motion reforrcd to committeo on
'Violating Saloon Lmv.
. Presnnll 'called .attention to sov
oral saloons not complying with now
saloon, 'ordlnanco. Ho moved thai
snmo be roforrod to committeo on
hcnlth and pollco. Carried.
Presnnll roported from commlttOA
on saloon Ucoiiboj thnt .Tninoa nnd
Swnrtz bo granted a llconso.
Unci Saloon Closed.
Samo committeo roported that 11
censo to Joseph Tyler be not grant
ed. Fraeor moved thnt saco bo re
forrcd to committee on health and
police". Radcllff said It was usolosa
to refer tho earno as tho way tho
house was conducted Inst Saturday
was a disgrace to the city Report
Some Small Matters.
The city payrolls for Juno were
ordered paid. Greenbaum moved
that city suppiy 15 to 20 loads of
gravel North Twelfth street from D
street north. Carried.
Stolz aiked that flro department
bo granted tho usual vacation of two
weeks leave of absence, upon fur
nishing, suitable substitutes.
Manager Page asked for ovtonslon
of time to July 20 to finish work of.
rolnylng track on Stnte street.
Potltion of A. O. Damon and oth
ers for toilet for men and women in
Marion squaYe for the Cherry Fair.
Laid oa able.
Committeo on health and pollco
reported that certain ordlnaneos
were not enforced. R&ferred to samo
Stolz reported on nesd of repair
ing band stand on Wilson avenuw.
Referred to committee on public
Roy's Life Suved.
My little boy, four years old, had
a savero attack of dysentery. Wo
had physicians; both of them gavo
him up. Wo then gave him Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea remedy which cured him and
belleyo that saved his life. William
H. Strollng, Carbon Hill, Ala. There
Is no doubt but this remedy saves the
lives of many children each year.
Give It. with castor oil according to
the plain prUted direction and a
cure is certain. For sale by Dr.
'Stone's drug stra.
For ShIct-Now lonts, stoves and all
kinds of camp outfits; also second
hand goods. C. Dlllman, 447
State street. 7-4-31
For SJe-aood, .almost new bay
Weft'Can be seen at Capital Soap
Works, 1230 Ferry street. Will
very cheap. 6-18-lmo
AHtomobllo For Sale First class,
35-horse power, 5 passengor Stpd-
dard-Dayton touring car for sala
cheap. Owner will guarantee car.
sElaqulre at Journal office.
For Sale -First-class carpet paper at
this'offlce, 25c for a big roll.
For SaioNew 6-room house 'ou
Market and Thirteenth . All con
venlencea. will soil cheap. Ad-
traaa fl. ST.. Tonrnol nfftpd tf
For Sal( Ono model E. Ramblor
runabout. Warranted first claa
condition. See Wilson & Majuror
48 35-100 Acres Located 1 mile
from Btatlon, mllo to school.
Placo Is all under cultivation, ex
cept 10 acres In pasture. All fenced
and no wasto land on placo. Throe
aero orchard consisting of apples,
cherries, prunes nnd walnuts.
Plenty of timber for fuel. Spring
water In every flold. A good 0
room hotiso, hot and cold wator,
bath, toilet and lavatory; good
barn, granery. carriage nnd shed
nnd chicken house. Prlco $4050.
Will t'rndo for Salem residence
proporty not to exceed $1500.
? Acres Located 2 miles from con
tor of Salem. Threo acres under
cultivation, nil rest of fruit, bucIi
ns npnles, pears, cherries, quinces
nnd English walnuts; 5 ncres in
pnsturo, modern 2-story houso, H
rooms, hard finished, septic tank,
wind mill nnd towor. Prlco $4000,
18 Acres Locntcd 2 miles from
town, nil under cultivation; a good
C-room house, bnrn and wagon
shed. Well water at houso and al
so nt barn; good young orchard,
consisting of npplesl pears, pruncst
chosslcs and small fruit, such as
blnckborrlos, goosoborrles, cur
' rants and strawborrles. Prlco
SALEM INVESTMENT CO.
483 State Street.
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IX)R SALE .
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v ".. .
Rargnln.-i Todwy $2100
houso, 8 rooms; bnrn, chlckou
houso and park, 2 largo lots on n
good cornor, flno location, closoln
different variety of bearing fruit
tree? and berries, flno garden.
Lawn nnd flowers. City and well
water. TIiIb Is n ronl snnp, going
to l6avo tho city, will saclflco, It
tnkon soon. If you aro looking
for. a nice cosy homo, onll on my
othor agents, Dochtol & Schulz.
House, SJ Lot, $1150 Hero's an
other snap, houso, 5 room?, 3 lots,
bnrn, nil fenced, closo In for only
$1150, nover offered for loss than
850 Houso nnd O Lots House 4
rooms and aero of ground, nil
fenced 'for J850.
Vacant lots.ln all parts of the clty.Wnooln AiuniUy UhIoh. Sick, Mri
RECHTEL & SCHULZ
mi State St.
For Rent On ground floor; 2 front
rooms furnished for light house
keeping. Large woodshed. In
quire 142 Court St. Phone 1474
For Rent Nicely furnished room
centrally located with all convon-,
lencoj for one or two gentlemen, j
Call at 477 Center St., or phone
1040. C-C-tf j
For Rent Aftor tho 15th, two
nlshed or unfurnished rooms. Call
133 South Front streot. C-6-3t.
Wanted Man and wife, without
family, to work on ranch. Ad
dross "B. C," care Journal office
WHHtcd at Ouco From $100 to
$500, the best of collateral secur-
' lty to offer. Address G 10, Jour
nal offlce. 6-11-tf
Wanted: Fine opening for bright
young man, with small capital and
some knowledge of farm land, la
established real estate oilce, In
galea. Address Mala office, 411
CoaioaoHweaUh Bldg., Portland,
ffmi, w- - lrTv r "Mw-y-y
. mm .,"f-
.1 iii -.. ; i
WeHgcr & Clierrlngten Plano3 and
Organs sold on easy terms; tola
phone 1187; 247 Commorclal
Street, Salon, Oregon. tf
Salem Cash Market I buy 'for cash
and sell for cash. Cold storage
and all kinds of moaU kept. Qtrj
mo a trial at 173 Commercial St.
' P. W Reyelts, Prop. C-29-tf.
Loalon Noodle House Ferry street,
near High. 6-5-lmo. I
Togo Noodle Hohso First class
place to get bowl noodles. Fresh l
and well served 10c 439 Ferry
Help Furnished .Free of Charge By
Salem Smployment Company, 478
State street, phone No. 149. Par
ties wanting help pteaaecalt "at
office or phone us. Also have cows
Concrcto Work Get my prices on
sldowalkB, curbs, septlo tanks and
. cement work of any kind. All
work guaranteed first-class. M
Ward, 2378 Maple Ave., Highland.
Phono 1G09, . July24-tf
Vogct Lumber and Facl Co. Lum
ber .shingles, building material,
wood and coal. Low prices and
prompt deltvorfos. One block east
of S. P. passengt? depot. Phont
Ratio & Wcnderoth Fine wines,
liquors and cigars. We handle
the celebrated Kellog gand Castle
whiskies. Cool and refreshing beer
constantly oj- draught. South
Commercial street. 9-8-lyr
Enlarged Our moat market on
Est State street has boen doubled
In slzo and wo aro bettor prepared
than ovor to serve customers.
Prompt sorvlco and tho best of
moats our motto. Call or phone
109. B. E. Edwardi Meat Co.
It la worth more than any other
iiread yet the price Is no higher
ror said at your grocers'.
Thoman & Ooolcy, Prop.
Carpenters Union No. 1005 Loc
Union No, 105 of Carpenters ni
Jolrers of America meet eyer?
Saturilay erenlafe at' 8': 00 p. m. Is
Hearst hall, 430 State .St. A. W
, Dennis, Ree. See..' , " ;I
Foresters of "Anierlca-i-Cburt" Sheij'
wood Forosters, No, 10. Meet
Saturday night In Holman ball,
State street Waldo Miller, C. ft:
J. O. Perry, financial secretary.
Central Lodge No. 18, K. of P.
Castle Hall In Holman block, eor
ner State and Liberty streeti
Tuesday of each week at 7:80
m. Oscar Johnson, G. 0.; B. H
Anderson, IC of R. and 8.
Modern WoodmcH of America Ort
gon Cedar Camp No. 5246. Meeti
overy Thursday evening at
o'clock in Holman hall. W. W
Hill, V. O.; F. A. Turner, clerk
Voodmen of WorldMeet every Yr
day night at 7:30, In Holman hali
O. L. Darling, O. O.; P. L. Fras
aent ana pension insurance; sa,
000,000 pledged; every claim palt
Good agent wanted. J. H,C
Mongomery, supreme organiser
Box432 Salem, Oregon. R. R
Ryan, secretary, 546 State strt
Lost A hunting caao, gold watch,
on Saturday, tho 4th. A suitable
reward will bo offorod for Its re
turn to this office. 7-0-3t.
SASH AND DOOR FACTORIES
Frank M. Hrown. Manufacturer of
sash, doors, mouldings. All kindi
of house finish and bard wood
work. Front street, between Statf
and Court. MoVo all complaint
at th office.
and steam heating and tlnalng
104 Commercial strwut, Pbof
Main 192. -l-ly
M, J. Petzel Plumbing, steam and
gas fitting. Successor to Knox A
Murphy, 226 Comere4al strait
Prone Mala 17.
ChbibUbs Bros.' Traturer Cewpaay
All kinds of traasfor work dose
Furalture aad pianos boxed read;
for shlpweat. Prompt service Is
our saotto, Staad and oe at
2S8 South Ceatawrelal streft
Pkaa Sit. ft4a Paea 8
5 Miles from Salem -40 acres.
cleared, 8 acres' fruit, G room'
houso, godd barn, spring water'
la" houso and 'barn, All good'
'fruit land. Only $3,300.
5 Mjles from Salem 7 rooa
house, barn 40x60, family or
chard, stock and implements In
cluded. Price $3500.
We liave Imqreved and unl-
' proved city projwrty for al.
If you caa not pay cash buy a
city lot on the Installment plan.
Salem City property a good la
veslrhent. , Look- over tour list
of Firm property.
OLMSTED LAND CO.
Salem branch YcTer Bros. O.
873 STATE STREET.
LIVERY AND FEED., STABLES
Livery and Feol Stable! Old, Pot
offlce Stables, at 264 Ferry strwt,
between Commercial and Froat
streets. Telephone 188. Some ej(
the finest liveries tn tne city w
bo found here. Dick Westacott,
proprietor. 10-1-lyr '"
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
ti n ti 1 1 mm it i cm 1 1 nt
t White House Restaurant
For a RcgHlar
J 25c Dinner at 20c f
They cut be bet
McGilchrist & Son
gt COURT BTBKKT.
Call and try tkta. Meata
16c. Board per week $3.71,
also furnished raemi very
Cor Seventh and Stark 8to
Portland's New arid Modem I
Hotel. Kates $ I per day and
up. European plan. Free Bus.
WRIGHT.WGKINSON HOTEL CO.
Salem Fence Works
Hcadquartere for Wovea Wire.
Poniltry Netting, Pickets, Gate,
Malthold Roofing, P. A D. Ready
Roofing, Screen Doors and Ad'
justablo Wludow Screens,
CMS. D. MULLIGAN
2ti0 Court St. Btileia, Or.
J 0:S PR MAMV COLORS
IN THE 'WEST FOR
THE PRODUCTION OF
IIIOH GRADE WORK
liTIt At IIW At fAtTUN NtVtlt
SALEM WATER COMPANY
OFFICE CITT MAIiTi.
Far water servlee al7 at e.
Bills aaysbl ateatkly U a4vaaa.
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