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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, BALKH, ORKGOtt, TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1010.
lEugene Business Men, After Experience of Four Years With
Dry Conditions, Are Opposed to State Going Dry.
Those aro now In favor of "a wet
H. It. KIncaid, capitalist.
Geo. H. Kelly, lumber.
O. W. Griffin, hdw. merchant.
Otto Kaufman, a confectioner.
J. F. Kelly, capitalist.
Herbert Leigh, mln. eng.
E. J. Frasler, real estate.
:S. C. Sherman, contractor.
-NesmJth Owen, timber dealer.
I. H. Bingham, timber dealer.
L. N. Rossey, contractor.
W. M. Renshnw, tobacco.
James McClaren, tobacco.
A. C. Woodcock, attorney.
E. O. Potter, attorney.
"Wm. G. White, merchant.
J. H. White, grocery.
-J. J. McCormick, merchant.
Frank Smith, merchant.
T. A. Campbell, butcher.
W. B. Wing, butcher.
J. A. Maurer, jowoler.
John H. Klemm, harness and sad.
A. H. Labbe, hdw. merchant.
"Webster L. KIncaid, real est,
Claude Broders, butcher.
Norbert Aya, plumber and tinner.
George Heltzman, plumber.
J. J. Harlaugh.
Jack Rodman, real est. broker.
Henry W. Stewarts, real est.
Earl L. McNtitt, liveryman.
Joseph Plronl, Eug. Bot. Wks.
J. S, Magladry, real est.
M. Stark, hotelkeeper.
T W. Osburn, bank cashier.
"W. L. Coppernall, jeweler.
'Geo. T. Hal & Son, grocorles.
"David M. Graham, shoo retailer.
'O. O. Roberts, clothier.
"W. J. HItt, department store.
Geo. H. Smith, com. merchant.
L. E. Tedball, salesman. .
Otto Gilstrap, Eugene Register.
J. Cannon, dry goods.
A. A. Waller, mining. ,
"Geo. Fisher, real estate.
3. C. McCormick, cigar dealer.
Chas. Hadley, cigar dealer.
"W. F. Osburn, hotelkeeper.
"Wm. Naylor, cigar dealer.
C. O. Smith, timber lands.
G. H. Yerington,' dry goods.
C Nadeau, cigar dealer.
N. Li. Fltzhenry.
'. J. E. Simpson, merchant.
John M. Williams, attorney.
' Tl. Roylanco, contractor.
W. L. Price, liveryman.
Herman Dibrik, farmer, Wlllam
Andrew NIrsche, farmer.
D. D. Jones, telephone. i
C. A. Bonney. I
'Geo. M. Johnson, mason. I
"W. P. Golden.
F. N. Jenkins.
A. C. LaRue, clerk.
J. J. McLaln.
M. P. Bonnett.
'S. O. Lee Hasten.
J. Li. Gould.
G. K. Algin.
Ttl. Keech, cigarmaker.
C. A. Sander, barber. ,
M. A. Trunnoll, waiter.
Geo. W. Shannon, cook.
'G. Nettle, business man.
J. L. Myer, drummer.
'S. Burr, barber.
Harvey G. Huff, laborer.
Alex Simpson, merchant.
A. E. Lipscomb, cook.
John Mandt, laborer.
II, Jones, gas maker.
C. C. McCormick, cigar merchant.
C. O. Hudson, cigar merchant.
Sid Smith, cigar merchant.
H. D. Smartt, jeweler.
R. Hennessey, Logger.
THIS REDWOOD CITY WOMAN
Trouble Entirely Cured When the
Weak Nerves Were Toned up
try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.
If every pale, weak, nervous woman
who reads these lines would try the
remedy that cured Mrs. Stothen) there
-would bo far less suffering, fewer children
lxrn to a licritago of .weak nerves, fewer
Weak nervea mean irritablencss, hy
steria, headaches, melancholia, perhaps
insanity. Build up the nerves by using
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, at the same
time toning up tho general health and
jou will see an increasing appetite, a
happier disposition, a lighter step, free
dom from lassitude, ft return to sound
amd refreshing sleep.
The euro of Mrs. R. Stotbers, of No.
06 .Beach street, Redwood City, Cal.,
jihould encourage every nervous sufferer
to try tliis blood and nerve tonic. She
''I was troubled with nervousness for
.about two years and the last year became
bo much worse that I waa completely run
-down, was pale and thin and could pet
hardly any sleep. I was alwayg seeing
imaginary things before my eyes. Wben
ever my child cried or there waa any
noise, I would get so nervous that I
could hardly stand it. I had splitting
headaches and at times thought I would
-go insane. . , ,
"I had been quite pick for several
months before I heard of Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills. Tho druggist told my husband
tx have me try them and after a short trial
1 felt much bettor. The pills gave me
color and built mo up. I gave them a
-good trial and was entirely cured."
If you are interested in tho treatment
-of nervous troubles with Dr. Williams
Pink Mils, sond for our free booklet,
"Disease of the Nervous System." It
how what the pills have accomplished In
many recent canes of neuralgia, sciatica,
tit. Vitus' dance, nervous headache, ner
vous dyspepsia, partial paralysis and lo--omotor
' Dr. Willuiiiw' Pink PilUi are sold by all
druagiita, or will bo sent, postpaid, on
reedpt of price, 60 cents pw box; six
Iwxe for $2.60, by the Dr. Williams
"Medicine Company, xhenoctady, N. Y.
Fred Vermillion, clerk.
Edw. West, clerk.
, J. Baumann, pressor.
Wm. McAllister, farmer.
Oco Tlndell, carpenter.
E. E. Wlllson, painter.
Guy Richmond, cook.
Jess 'Eddy, painter.
R. R. Riddle, lettor carrier.
E. C. Crump, logger.
D. KIrkpatrick, logger.
L. M. Soverns, farmer.
C. C. Mathews, contractor.
D. A. Davis, contractor. f:
L. D. Knapp, restaurant.
H. H. Butterworth, waiter,
w; C. Elliott, clerk.
Ira D. Walton, carpenter.
Charles W. Logan, contractor
T. O. Vaughn, laborer.
J. F. Ray. , "
E. J. Kelley, cook.
B. L. Smith, painter.
Geo. Lowls, laborer.
C. Nadeau, merchant.
William Ryan, bricklayer.
L Connelly, mason.
n O. Brewster, pressman.
Frank Stoe, brlcklayor. '
Goo. Dean, tailor.
A. Misenor, clerk.
B. O. Baker, teamster.
Wm. A. McClaren, R. R. Co.
Fred Steinback, mason.
Frank Murphy, Installer P. T. &
T. Co. ,
J. F Mouncr, R. R. contractor.
D. C. Bartholomew, business man.
A. C. Brlggs, steam fitter.
Geo. M. White, banker.
Geo. Layton Jett.
S. K. George, Jr., cigar merchant.
T. C. Swlnney, theatre.
Goo. Shllllnger, laborer.
Lee Armstrong, bookkeeper.
C. A. Bacon, merchant.
John I. Bacon, ruerclfant.
Geo. T. Hall.
H. W. Folck, laborer.
Chas. L. Murphy, electrician.
J. J McCormlck, merchant.
C. E. Barbour, linotype operator
B. A. Hughes, logger.
I. D. Michael, cruiser
Fred Wald, salesman
H. F. Brlggs, carpenter.
J. W. Scaven, farmer
Harry Bull, painter.
' A. I. Coldfelter, merchant.
, G. B. Hixson, farmer , i
J. J. Wood, teamsterr v
L. O. Callaway, teamster.
F. E. Moore, band sawyer.
F. McKenzle, painter.
M. V. Kelly, carpenter.
J. H. Miller, transfer.
M. B. McKenney, business man.
Harry Tracy, teamster.
F. Berry, retired.
A. Borchart, metal worker.
' J. O. Stoops, carpenter.
A. F. Snyder, bricklayer.
E. G. Bailey, contractor.
. James N. Randle, timber cruiser.
H. Nqwman, gas fitter.
R. Yergle, teamster.
H. W. Combs.'
Fred Grosscup, candymaker,
W. K. Saby, teamster.
L. A. Bentley, Portland.
J. O. Inman, teamster.
J. H. Cunningham, sawyer.
F. L. Gross.
S. S. Warnick.
A. Emmons, tailor.
J. A. Droman.
C. W. RIdgoway, electrician.
W. F. Deadmond.
A. T. Miles.
J. M. Johnson, lawyer, t
H. Clift. farmer, Springfield.
Petto Nadu, laborer, Springfield.
C. Hodee merchant.
E. R. Czarsko. shoemaker.
Chns. Knoop, farmer.
Rich J. Bauer, farnler.
H. Buchholy, blksmlth. Springfield
Too Yoctim, laborer, Springfield.
Louis Aya, tinner,
Joe Botting, contractor.
W. G. Hodes, lanudryman.
L. D. Forrest, timber dealer.
C. A. Davis, carpenter.
Ralph F. Weed, Weed. Electric Co.
F. C. Bolton, awning maker.
John Boehrlnger, engineer.
C, F. Keopke, englneor.
G. W. Foust, teamster.
E. A. Koppe, supt.
G. A. Sachs, machinist.
Fritz Bruckner, painter.
Wm. KIderall, merchant.
Frank Hayes, farmer.
Bruno Vitus, farmer.
E. C. Hughes, merchant.
Joseph Vogl, englneor.
F. C. Poth, cigar mfgr.
J. C. SUelton, spinner.
H. D. Bugge, heating eng."
O. E. Lee, barber.
F. W. Blumfield, painter.
J. J. Taylor, mlllman.
Otto Adron, butcher,
G. E. Courtrldor, lumber clerk.
A. W. Lewis, painter.
Chas. P. Davis, carpenter.
C. W. Tallpferro, plumber.
P. E. McDonald, cigar merchant.
W. E. Smith, laborer.
J. F. Berger, laborer.
Elmer .0. Roberta.
Geo. M. Johnson.
Frank S, Benzon, cook.
E. M. Seward, engineer. '
3. B. Smith, barber.
C. J. Barhite, baker.
W. L. Hetlch, clerk..
B. S. Hyland, machinist.
J. W. Gard.
N. H. Stewart, dentist, Springfield
H. P. Norrls, contractor.
E. C. Johnson, plasterer.
C. R. Mead, real ostate.
John Ruwell. carpenter.
James Laxton, wood dealer.
E. B. Goodchlld, mochanlc.
W. E. Shearer, painter.
O. B. Lynn, cook.
C. W. Mltoholl, farmer.
H. A. Cook.
J. 0. Harris, laborer.
C. C. Handersdn. olerk.
E, E. Pordew, laborer.
G. 8. Marsh, laborer.
TIIH FOUNDER OP INDIGESTION.
'Tho founder of Indigestion was Noah:
ho foreot to lcavo tho pigs atliore.
Prom tho hocr comes lard; from lard,
Indigestion. The moment you put lard
cooked food Into your stomach, you
send a pressing Invitation for dyspep
sia, to como and tako possession.
You don't need to use lard, though,
unless you want- to; there Is a cooklne
fat that makes food nny stomach can
easily digest. It Is COTTOLENB; no
hop fat Just pure vegetable oil, nutri
tious, wholesome; makes flaky pie
crust, crisp doughnuts, light, rich rolls
and cake In fact, all tho things you
like, but cannot eat perhaps, because
thoy do not "agree."
COTTOLHNK has been well named
"tho perfect shortening."
W. F. Welch, laborer.
L. C. Evans, laborer.
S. Cummlngs, laborer.
Charles H. Sellers, real estate.
R. J. Walt.
S. C. Adklns.
F. M. Frederick.
Robert C. Prlchell.
Jack Harris, laundryman. '
T. C. Bradley.
Cured At Home
Iiistant Relief, Permanent Cure
Trinl PncknRo Mailed Frco to
All in Plain Wrapper.
Many cases of piles have been cured
by a trial package of Pyramid Pile
Cure without further treatment.
When It proves Its value to you, order
more from your druggist at 50 cents
a box. Simply fill out frco coupon
below and mail tbaay. Savo yourself
from tho surgeon's knife and Its tor
ture, the doctor and his bills.
FREE PACKAGE COUPON
PYRAMID DRUG COMPANY,
254 Pyramid Bldg., Marshall,
Mich. Kindly send-mo a sample
of Pyramid Pile Cure, at once
by mall, FREE, in plain wrap
per. Name . . .- "
A good wind blows nobody ill.
Rheumatic poisons are quickly and
surely driven out of tho blood with
Dr. Snoop's Rheumatic Remedy
liquid or tablet form. Dr. Shoop's
booklet on Rheumatism plainly and
Interestingly tells just how this is
done. Tell soma sufferer of this
book, or better still, write Dr. Shoop,
Racine, Wis., for the book and free
test samples. Send no money. Just
Join with Dr. Shoop and give somo
sufferer a pleasant surprise. Capi
tal Drug Store.
Enthusiasm Is the calliope of
It's tho World's Best.
No ono has ever made a salve,
ointment or balm to compare with
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It's' the one
perfect healer of Cuts, Corns, Burns,
Bruises, Sores, Scalds, Bolls, Ulcers,
Eczema, Salt Rheum. For Sore Eyes,
Cold Sores, Chapped Hands, or
Sprains, it's supreme. Infallible for
Plies. Only 25c at J. C. Perry's.
Wo havo a 4 room house and 4 lots in Yew Park for $750.
Six room houso and 2 choice lots, handy to school and car lino, $900.
Flvo room plastered" house, on nice lot with east front, lot sot to fruit trees and small fruits, in East
Salem, near Stato street, $1600.
Npw 7 room houso and 4 cboico lots in Highland addition, 50 bearing fruit trees on placo, $1700,'
Two fine lots in Capital Park addition $1000 for both, payable $200 cash and 4 years at 0 por cont on
Building lots on North Liberty Streot 43x132 ft., macadam streets all paid for and work now being
done Vco $500 payable $25 cash and $10 per month on balance.
Wo hnn icme snlondld bargains in building lots on Stato, Wlntor, and Cottaaro stroots; if you aro look
ing for something- good investigate.
Small Acreage Tracts
Twonty acres rich black soil, tvll in cultivation, closo In on garden road, $3000.
Twenty-flvo acres flno applo land, 20 acres set to apples, 3 miles out, $5000.
Eight acres 2 miles from Balom; 5 room houso and good barn; 2 acres bearing orchard; plonty small
fruit; all equipped for poultry Business; spring branch on placo, J2G00,
Four acros, beautiful location; just over city line on South, $2p00.
H. A. JOHNSON & CO.,
388 State Street,
A few reasons why you should buy at Hollywood.
1st. Becauso tho soli is tho best in tho stato.
2d. Becauso Hollywood is woll located, being only ono milo
from tho Fair Grounds.
3d. Becauso you can get flvo acres of rich ground for what a
good lot would cost In .town.
4th. Because you can buy tracts at Hollywood at a very low
figure, tho price- of land running from $175 per aero and up.
5th. Becauso you can got tho land on terms easy enough to pay
for tho placo without crippling yourself.
Gth. Becauso tho land Is all cleared and ready for cultivation
right now. '
7th. Becauso you can got Immediate possession of tho property
8th. Becauso thero is a greater prospective value In tracts at
Hollywood than land at tho samo price .sovoral miles from town.
See Hollywood. See it tomorrow. Drlvo out on tho Sllverton
road just ono mile from tho Fair Grounds, and you will soo our
Tho contractors aro at work now fixing up tho roads through
tho tract. Flvo miles of tho Sllverton road will bo rock ballasted
Phono to us and wo will have
out at any time.
347 State Street Telephone
DO YOU WANT A nOME?
WE HAVE THEM.
106 acres, 70 In cultivation, bal
ance good timber. All fenced and
good land, on splendid road in ?
miles of Salem. Only $50 per acre.
575 acres, 5-room house, 2 barns,
goat house and orchard; 200 acres
in cultivation and crop; 200 acres
open pasture, good; balance timber;
woll watered; . all stock and machin
ery goes; only $20,000. Seo this be
fore you buy.
IS acres new 4-room house, barn,
orchard, fine well, 10 acres In culti
vation; three acres of fine timber;
balnco pasture; all fenced, on good
road'. For a few days only $2700.
We have houses In all parts of
city, from $800 to $7500. Seo us,
wo can suit you.
Some .fine lots close In cheap.
Wo havo some choice acreage in
small tracts. House to rent, etc.
If you want to buy, see us. Wo soli
A. C. SMITH & CO.
Phono 1507 541 Stnto St.
SAVAGE & PRUNK
For Furms and City
135 S. COMMERCIAL ST.
Good results always follow tho uso
of Fploy's Kidney Pills. They give
prompt relief in all cases of kldnov
and bladder disorders, and aro heal
ing, strengthening and anti-septic.
Tho most discouraging cases yield lo
their treatment. J. C. Perry.
BECHTEL & BYNON
The Deed to a House
Is a whole lot better than a bundle of receipts for money
paid for the privielge of living in it.
We'll show you how to make your money buy the deed,
instead of rent receipts, If that's a proposition that in
terests you call and see us,
We'll make it worth your while,
ono of our autos or rigs tako you
Main 452 (Ifound Floor
A good 40 acres, 9 acres in or
chard, Italian prunes and pears and
apples; good spring on place, 4 or 5
acres In timber, balance high land,
all In crop, close in, $7000.
10 acres, all in orchard, Italian
prunes and apples; small house,
5 acres, all in cultivation, on Jef
ferson 'road, $600.
65 acres, 2 miles from Salem,
very best of bottom land, $85 por
20 acres, mostly In cultivation, 2
horses, 3 cows, 1 heifer, 3 calves,
wagon, harrow, plow, houso furni
ture, all in crop, $3800.
IS lots, closo in, $135 por lot.
Two lots in South Salem, $1050.
3 good lots in Mcokor addition;
Somo good lots on S. Liberty
22 acres oast of town, all in cul
tivation, 2 horses, wagon, plow, har
row, ono $70 rango, all tho houso
furniture, for $2700.
17 acres on Llborty road all in
cultivation; somo young fruit trees,
21 acres, fair houso, barn, young
fruit trees, all kinds of berries,
Somo good farms in Polk county,
and all kinds of city property. Como
and look ovor our list.
Wo can soli you anything in city
or country ' proporty.
J. U. SCHULTZ & CO.,
Rooms 1 and 2 over Bush Bank,
Capital Journal "Want Ads" Bring
Oaa cent n word 'or first lmertlon.
Jne-half cent a wo d for each lmertlon
thereafter. No RArertlaement taken for
leu than 25c Cunt tz word t the
WOOD FOR BALD. Ash and fir
wood delivered in 12 and 16
inch, in 4 -foot lengths. SIddall
& Eaton, 570 N. Liberty. Phono
FOR SALE Good general merchan
dise business. Only storo tit
place. Part cash. Address O,
Journal office. 1-1 4 -tf.
OUR mixed pork sausage soils for
10c por pound. 173 South Com
mercial Btreet. 1-12-tf
FOR SALE Good 1 II. P. Stavor
gasollno engine, cheap. Inquire
at 178 South Liberty St. 5-22-tf
FOR SALE Extra choice seed pota
toes. Also a quantity ot Fmall
potatoes. J. H. Lanterman. 960
Broadway. Phono 678, 3-6-tf
FOR HAIR DRESSING Facial mas
sage and manicuring, call at Elite
Massago Parlors. Room 301 U. S.
National Bank Bulding. 4-4-tf
FIVE PASSENGER AUTOMOBILE
for trado for real estato. Inquire
945 Chemoketa St. 4-6-tf
FOR SALE Lot 70x165, opposite
stato houso, Bewer and water con
nections; the best buy in the city.
FOR SALE Lot southeast cornor
Thirteenth and Center streets, ce
ment walks, city water and sower
front of property; $1050.
FOR SALE Excellent lot on 17th
street, between Stato and Court, 50
xlOO a flno location and at n
prlco that will surpriso you. Easy
FOR SALE Lot .50x200, on 24th
and Center; $225. $10 down; $5
. por month. This Is a real llvo bar
gain. FOR SALE Lot 60x178, near 17th
and Asylum avenue, at $475. One
of tho best buys in tho city. Easy
FOR SALE. A now 7room, house,
thoroughly modern, bath, toilot,
stationary wash bowl, furnaco,
toilet, stationary wash bowj, fur
naco, largo bedrooms and closets,
full basomont, on Chemoketa street
near SIxteonth; small payment
down, balance monthly payments.
Phono 96. Room 5, McCornack Bldg.
COMPETENT CLERKS wanted:
saleswoman of ability and exper
ience in dress goods and silks,
must bo experienced. Address
with references, P. O. Box 330,
Salem, Oro. 4-ll-6t
WANTED Ladles who want extra
pin monoy to act as assistant,
clerks aftornoons, in a lnrgo de
partment storo; those' of oxpor-
lonco proforrod. Addross with
reforoncos P. O. Box 330, Salom.
MEN WANTED Hop yard work,
$1,.75 por day, Krohs Bros.
Adolph Cigar Storo. Phone 100.
WANTED AT ONCE Men to chop
COO cords of wood, $1.25 por cord,
closo In; 1 good cook, lady; 4 men
for sawmill, $2.25 por day; 10 moil
on hop ranch; 4 men for farm
work. A. C. Smith & Co., 544 Stato
streot. Phono lo07.
FARM HAND WANTED $1.25 por
day. Plowing only. Phillip
Rooso. Phono 98 Farmers.
WANTED Girl for gonoral houso
, work, for suort tlmo, good wages,
no washing. Apply forenoons at
975 Chemokota street. 4-lG-3t
WANTED. At once, oxporloncod
girl for gonoral houBowork; per
manent placo and good pay if sat
isfactory. Inqulro at Room 3
Stoovos building. 4-16-3t
FOR RENT Store In good loca
tion, cheap rent. Lease for sale,
Addross No. 538, caro Journal.
A Chicago attorney says tho love
germ is located at tho center of the
nervous systom. Wo wish somebody
would get busy now and locate tho
hoadquarters of tho dlvorco bug.
President Roosevelt Says
that outdoor exercise is needed by
the American people. That's all vory
woll, but how can people wi;h rheu
matism follow that advlco? The
answer Is simple use Ballard's Snow
Liniment and the rheumatism will
go; leaving you as spry no a colt
Gives quick and pormanent relief
from rheumatism, nouralgla, lnm
back and all pains. Sold by all
Pnene 44 Main. 147 N. Hlh it.
C. W. YANNKE
THE FASHION STABLES
Cabs and Livery. All RJg
Modern Rubber Tire.
BALEM GRANGE NO. 17, PATRONS
of Husbandry Meets in Hurst
Hall on State street, on the fourth
Saturday of each month, at 10:30
a, m. Visiting and sojourning
members wolcomo. F. A. Myers,
master. SSella S. Fletcher, secre
PIANO TUNING Lutellus L.
Woods, tuning, poishlng, repair
ing. Telephone 984. Shop 630
N. Winter St. 8-2-lyr
SUCCESS IN ..IICKENa Do yon
want to know how to raise them. I
wlll-givo $1000 to nny one who can
beat my theory. Hens lay 275
eggs a year; will not set until 4
years old. Settings of egga ot
Rhodo Island Reds, Andaluslans,
Brahmas and Wyandottes nt $10.
If my theory does not provo true
your money n turned. Louis Beil
fuss, R. F. D. C, Salem, Ore.
BUTTE & WENDEROTH Fin
wines .liquors and cigars. We han
dlo the celebrated Kellogg and
Castle whiskies. Cool and re
freshing beer constantly on
draught South Commercial St.
SALEM WATER COMPANY Office,
city halj. For water service apply
at office. Bills payable monthly
G. F. MASON BOX COMPANY
247 Miller street, South Salem;
manufacturers of all kinds ot
boxes, crates and fruit dryer ac
cessories. Phone 308. tt
ELLIS & WOOD Real estate,
loans and insurance, notary pub
lic, employment bureau. Phone
554. 476 Court St, Salem. Ore
gon. Ticket offlco Hamburg-American
steampship lines. 11-1-lyr
H. G. MEYER & CO. The best and
largest shop in the city. Six
first-class barbers. Only flrBt-class
bootblack in city; porcelain baths
and everything pertaining to a first
class Bhop. Also carry a full line
of cigars and tobacco and barbers'
supplies. 162 Commercial street,
next door to Statesman offlco.
DR. B. H. WHITE,
Osteopath and Nerve Specialist.
Graduate of tho American School
of Osteopathy, Kirksville, Mo-,
1902. Post-graduat.o and special
ized in nervous diseases at Los
Angeles College, 1909, Treats
acute and chronic diseases. Con
sultation free. Lady attendant
Offlco, 505-6 U. S. National Bank
Bldg. Phono 869. Resldonco 345
North Capitol St.; phone 469.
PAINTERS, PAPER HANGERS
PAINTER AND PAPER HANGER
Estimates made and first-class
work done. I. D. Driver, 517
North Capitol street, Salem, Or.
Phono 926. 6-26-tf
KENNEDY & PORTER
130 Liberty St. . Phono 485
Paper ITangcrs nud Painters
Carry a full line up-to-dato Wall
Hangings, Mouldings, etc. Paints,
Varnishes, Calsomluo and Glass.
THEO. M. BARR Plumbing, hot
water and steam noatlng and tin
ning, 164 Commercial 8t. Phono,
Main 192. 9-1-lyr
OTTO MUELLHAUPT Plumbing,
heating, gas fitting; prices reas
onable; work guaranteed; esti
mates furnished. Phone 373
jioOO Chemoketa street. 4-17-tC
SALEM TRANSFER CO. Succes
sors to Cummins Bros. Transfe
orders for transferring promptly
attonded to. Wo also carry a line
of building material, plaster, ce
ment, llmo, building blocks and
fancy cement blocks.
BUTTERNUT BREAD It is worth
moro than any other bread, yet
tho price is no hlghor. For stile
at your grocer's. California Bak
ery, Thomas & Cooloy, Props.
AT POSTOFFIOB LIVERY AND
Bale Stable Ferry street, between
Commercial and Front Tolo
phono 188. Good sorvlco guar
anteed. Second-hand rigs for
salo. E. E. Gillian, Prop.
MODERN WOODMEN of AMIORKJA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 5248.-
MeotB every Thursday evening at
8 o'clock in Holman Hall. W. W.
Hill, Counsol; F. A. Turner, Clark.
WOODMEN OF WORLD Meet or
ory Friday night nt 7:30 o'clock
In Holman Hall. Goo. H. Dacon. O.
C; L. H. Flotchor. Cork. 1-10-09
BALEM HUMANE SOCIETY Dr.
W. H. Byrd, president; Mrs. H.
W. Meyers, vice-president; Hd,
Gllllngham, secretary. Executive
commlttoo: Rev. Barr G. Lov
Miss Klttlo Moore, Mrs. E. Hofer.
Cases of cruelty to animals should
be reported to the Society for in
vestigation. "Despite the. .latqet invention of
sipokelosfl and noiseless powder,
dupld etlU stick? fo tho bow and ar