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UailiV CAPITAL JOUKNAIj, SALEM, OREGON, "WEDNESDAY, APRIL 37, 1010.
The busy man will buy the shoe that
gives him, comfort and service.
If he buys a
"The Fine Shoe for Men."
.. . -..I.!,... ...III li eatleflerl.
mese iwu -
We can tell you why out tne dcsi pruui ot um
the wearing of the shoe Itself.
When next you buy remember these few axioms
The " wearable'- shoe must be sensibly de-the best lea her-
experlenced workmen comfort lasts and that 'nd'f'nabJ
something-Individual with the shoe-that will make this the
one to wear.
Such Is the "Treadwell" others say so and you will, too.
COMING VISIT Or uuvsjiiiViiiJi
TO LONDON WILL MAKE II1UT-
1SH CAPITAL LIVELY ENG
LISHMEN STIRRED UP.
TONITED PREBS LEASED WIRB.l
London, April 27. Theodore
Roosevelt's presence In the city is
going to make tho early part, at
least, of tho coming London "sea
son" the liveliest the British capital
lias known in years perhaps, in
deed, the llvllest it has ever known. !
Americans in England 'are not thu
only ones Interested. Tho natives
are even more stirred up over the
"colonel's" coming. A prospective
visit from no monarch In Europe
could create so much excitement.
Many men and women of promi
nence will be here from the conti
nent, too, to participate in tho whirl
The English count on tho former
president's visit to their country to
bo the most Important of his Euro
pean tour partly because his stay
here will be a comparatively long
one and partly because he will be,
to a greater extent than any, where
upon tho continent, among his own
kind of people.
Dorchester house, Ambassaodor
AVnitelaw Reld's palace, which will
he headquarters for Colonel Roose
velt and his family during their stay
in England, will be the pivot around
which everything in a social way
will revolve while tho distinguished
visitor is in Great Britain. The big
gest ball of tho season will be given
there by Mrs. Rold, in Miss Ethel
. Setting nsldo the" Reid's, King Ed--ward
and Queen Alexandria Will
head the list of the Roosevelt's enter
talners. They will be given a ban
quet at Buckingham palace and the
first state ball of the season will be
hold considerably earlier than usual
that they may attend it before their
At Chesterfield and Sutherland
houses tho Amorican duchesses of
Roxburgh and Marlborough, for
merly Misses Goolt and Vandorbllt,
-will entertain big companies of
Americans brought to London by
tho Roosevelts' presence. Other
American hostesses will bo tho
Marchioness of Dufferln and Ava,
the countessess of Granard and Es
sex Ladles Cheylesmoro, Naylor
Leyt and, Newborough and .Innes
Kerr and Mrs. John Ward.
Besides these regular London
residents, many Americans who only
pay occasional visits to England are
arranging to. entertain lavishly on
the present occasion. Tho countess
Szchenyl, formerly Miss Gladys
Vanderbilt, is already here for tho
purpose. Others expected before
May 1 aro J. Pierpont Morgan, Mr.
and Mrs. W. K. Vanderbilt, Mr. and
Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt Jr., Mrs.
Ogden Goelet, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Goelet. Harold Vanderbilt, Mr. and
Mra. Harry Payne Whitney, Mrs.
Ogden Mills, Mrs. Potter Palmer,
Mrs. Gavondish-Bentlnck. Anthony
J. Drexel and family, J. R. Dldener
On the Face
Don't go about with a face full of
blotches or other skin eruptions.
Clear off these disfigurements in a
short time at little expense. These
unsightly blemishes come from im
pure blood and a disordered sys
tem but will all disappear after a
lew doses of
which do the work quickly and
thoroughly. Salves, ointments and
-washes never cure a pimply face.
You must get the poison out of the
vtem. This is what Beecham's
j'llls do. They move the bowels,
start the bile.carryoff the impurities,
cleanse and vitalize the blood and
Sold Ererrwhcr. U 1km lie. n4 Kc
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YOU MIGHT ASK YOUR DEALER
We also make tho following high
Martha Washlngtoh for Women.
Honorbllt for Men.
The "Dry Sox" Shoe for wet weather.
The Billy Buster, for Boys,
YOUR DEALER SELLS THEM.
The Washington Shoo Mfg. Co.
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Chauncoy
Blair. Mrs. Foxhall Keone, Mrs.
Clarence Mackay. Mrs. Frank Mac
kay. Mrs. George Gould, Mrs. Jordan
Mott. Mrs. Shonts and Senator
London hotel men are rising up
and calling the Invasion blessed
Their profits promise to be enorm,
ous. for American guests 'aro notor
iousty liberal spenders. The only
thing over which 'thero are heart-
,.-, t.hrnuehotit tho. hotel fra
ternity is the fact that they havo not
room enough and are already find
lng themselves compelled to turn
away valuable custom. Hitherto
they havo always despised tho "Yan
kee skyscraper" typo of hostelry but
now many of them are regretting
that thev aro uneauipped with them
At tho best house every available
inch of room Is "booked" from May
1 to the end of July, "and If we
had the accommodations," said tho
manacer of one of the big Strand
hotels, "we could havo done four
times tho business."
Tho Nnvnl Graft.
(Farm, Stock and Home. )
Brazil has built a couple of super
dreadnoughts, at a trifling cost of
J20.000.000, and today possesses the
michtiest battlesh'n In tho worm.
Tho Argentine has contracted for
two of even greater size and power
and cost. This is another reason
why tho present congress should not
fall to appropriate ample money for
the defense of the American navy
It Is, of course, true that upon the
completion of the Panama Canal tho
working value of our navy will bo
doubled. F. S. & H. says "of
course" because It was largely for
that reason that wo cheerfully be
can tho 'half-billion dollar ditch.
And it is likewise true that wo have
more than doubled tho broadside
discharge of our guns since Dewey
on that memorable morn stopped la
'eat breakfast. In the" meanwhile
our percentage of hits at target
nractlce has Increased three-fold.
So that today tho Amorican navy is
or rather will be when the canal
Is completed at least 12 times as
powerful as it was in the days of
Manila Bay. irrespective of recent
construction. But the building of
the canal In order to doublo tho
navy renders increase of tho navy
essential to tho safety of tho canal
put into business language, the
canal is a bum steer. Likewise the
fortification of the Hawaiian Islands
makes It necessary to Increaso the
navy in order to protect tho forta
that render the navy less necessary.
And this threatening specter of a
sub-equatorial naval power will call
for more ships and more men.- -Bosh!
If tho gentle reader has followed
this nonsense this far, a word more.
The whole naval problem Is one of
the most skillfully fostered and gi
gantic grafts ever foisted onto a
public that loves dearly to gull it
self. Within tho time since Manila
Bay we have spent more than one
billion dollars on tho navy. This
year we are to spend upon It $130,
000,000. Not for defense, make no
mistake about that. Japan Is not
going to fight us. Germany Is too
busy wresting tho commercial flag
of empire from Great Britain to
care a rap about quarreling with us.
Even proud, haughty Brazil will
hesitate before she starts out to sub
jugate theN Eagle of tho North. Tho
war clouds and thunder aro theatri
cal in their composition.
But th's Is tho point: A fleet of
dreadnoughts means immense con
tracts for tho steel trusts, for pro
visioning, outfitting, for founderles
and a thousand and one things
afloat and ashore that you and I do
not sec. It means clothing and food,
paint, coal, electrical supplies a
whole host of noeds, supplied by
great companies that And its build
ing contracts profitable. Ndr Is this
all. It calls for deeper harbors u
cost staggering in itself for dry
docks, for navy yards, real ana poli
tical, for expenditures of public
money that ramify through almost
every channel of our trade. It 13
tho biggest, best ever-worked graft
on the most gulllblo people under
Italsln Day, Apr! 30, 1010.
The abovo date has been set apart
aa an annual event by tho people of
California In which all are asked to
Join by eating raisins In tho form of
"Raisin Broad," or In any form that
may bo desired. The object of this
special day is to create a wldo-spread
raisin sentiment that will result In
a greater demand for that fruit, and
to direct the attention of all good
housewives to tho axcollenco of the
raisin as an artlole of food. Tho good
people of tho Northwest aro Invited
by their neighbors tr participate in
the pleasant custom, and "break"
raisin bread on April 30.
Corvall's, April 27. The Quarter
Centennial of tho Oregon Agricul
tural college will be celebrated
Tuesday, Juno 14. Tho annual
commencement exercises will take
up the three days Immediately pre
coding this date.
Excursion rates of a fare and a
third will bo In operation on all
railroads within tho state and spe
cial trains will bo put on wherever
thero Is a demand. A rate of ono
fare for tho round trip will prevail
on theso trains.
Many prominent men of the state
and nation will bo scheduled for ad
dresses. Tho best musical talent
available will bo engaged. Tho
Alumni and students will present
features which will add greatly to
tho Interest of tho event.
Preparations aro being made for
the entertainment and accomodation
of the largest crowd of visitors that
has ever Invaded the city. Tho
Alumni of the college . will bo back
In great numbers to assist their Al
ma Mater In her great celebration
and many people of the state are ex
pected to avail themselves of this
opportunity of visiting the college.
Tho following is tho tentative pro
gram which Is subject to change in
Friday, June 10, 8:00 p. m.
Saturday, June 11, 10:00 a. m.
Class Day Exercises. 2:30 p. m.
Reunion of Student Societies. 8:00
p. m. Senior Play.
Sunday, June 12, 10:00 a. m.
Baccalaureate Exercises. 3:00 p. m.
Exercises Student Organizations.
7:00 p. m. Union . Meeting; all
Monday, June 13, 10:30 a. m.
Commencement Exercises. 2:00 p.
m. Alumni Business Meeting.
4:00 p. m. President's Reception.
7:00 p. m. Alumni Banquet.
Tuesday, Juno 14. 9:30 a. m.
Quarter Centennial Exercises. 2:00
p. m. Military Parade. 4:00 p. m.
Reception to Official Delegates.
7:00 p. m. Official College Dinner.
Eugene vs. Salem.
(Eugene Daily Register.)
Someone, a resident of Salem,
writes an extended article for the
Journal of that city in which he
seeks to show that Salem, has var
ious advantages over Eugene, both
as to population, general business
and wetness. Eugene does not
claim, to havo as great a population
at the present time as tho capital
city, depending on tho developments
of tho next few years to put us In
that class. By reason of Its near
ness to Portland, Salem can never
count on being tho city It otherwise
might bo. Again, It Is the history
of state capitals that they rarely
ever get to bo the leading city of
the state and it Is morally certain,
within the next few years, not only
Eugene, but other western Oregon
cities like Medford, Marshfleld, As
toria and 'Albany are destined finally
to lead tho capital city, both as to
population and business.
We can see now for Eugene In a
short space of time, wholesale houses
and a general wholsesalo business
which Salem cannot count on be
cause of Us proximity to Portland
Salem will thrive and prosper, but
It will not reach tho ultimate great
ness that Is in store for Eugene. As
to the "wet" or "dry" question, that
Is neither here nor there, for the
growth and development of a city is
not dependent, one way or another,
on whether it is "wet" or dry."
Finally, tho railroad develop
ments in western Oregon preclude
the possibility of Salem ever reaping
such direct benefits as are bound to
como to Eugene by virtue of tho po
sition It occupies on the traffic map
of the state. No big east and west
lines will ever build through Salem.
They must come through Eugene to
tho coast and on to Coos bay, or
make their way down the valley by
coming via the Willamette or Me-
Kenzle passes. Salem may havo a
shade tho best of us In some things
at the present time, but that condl
Von is not for long. A brief timo
will servo to turn tho tables. How
ever, Salem is a splendid, growing
city. Wo admire Us ambition and
tho harder It hustles, the closer it
will keep to the heels of Eugene.
Reaching tho Top.
In any calling of life, demands a vig
orous body and a keen brain. With
out health there Is no success. But
Electric Bitters Is the greatest
Health Builder the world has ever
known. It compels perfect action
of stomach, liver, kidneys, bowels,
purifies and enriches the blood, tones
and Invigorates tho whe'e system
and enables you to stand ihe wear
and tear of your dally work. "After
months of suffering from Kidney
Thouble," writes W. M. Sherman, of
Cushlng, Mo., "three bottles of Elec
trie Bitters mado me feel like a new
man." BOc at J. C. Perry's.
Sole of -Blooded Stock.
Tho annual spring breeders' auc
tlon sale of pure bred Shorthorns,
from prize winning herds, will take
place at the Union Stock Yards, Fort-
land, April 25. also 50 registered
Holstelns and 160 horses will be sold
at Portland Country Club raco track
April 27-29. For catalogue apply to
Portland Horse Sale Co., 373 Yam
hill street, Portland.
One Conductor Who Was Cured.
Mr. Wllford Adams is his name
and ho writes about It. ."Sumo time
ago I was confined to my bod with
chronic rheumatism. I used two
bottles of Foley's Kldnoy Remedy
with good effect, and tho h'rd not
tlo put me on my feet and I re
sumed work as conductor on the
Lexington, Ky- Street Railway. It
gave mo more relief than any rriedl
plne I had over ustd. and It will do
all you claim In ease of rheuma
t'sm." Fplay's Kidney Remedy
euros rheumatism by eliminating tht
uric acid from the blood. J. C
EASTFIIN OREGON MEET
TO BE HELD MA
On May 2lBt, La Grando will con
duct tho Eastern Oregon track and
field meot, an event that will draw
something llko 200 athletes and
many more adhorants to tho city.
Tho meet will bo held on tho fair
grounds track this year, and a
special train will bo provided by tho
management to tako tho crowd to
tho grounds. Already communica
tion is under way to provide a
refereo from Walla Walla or Pull
man and If strenuous work and ad
horanco to rules nmount to anything
the meet this year will progress with
out a hitch.
Another meet that Is attracting
considerable attention right now, at
Cove especially, Is tho Union county
meet on May 14th. On that occasion
La Grande and Cove will meet aa tho
only two teams In tho county and
some good records aro sure to result
for tho teams aro quite evenly
matched this year. La Grando won
this meet at Union last year by an
overwhelming score. La Grande
Lassoed Flno Doe.
UNITED rilESS LEASED WIRB.l
New Westminster, B. C, April 27.
A fine doo, lassoed by ono of tho
crew of tho steamer Pay Streak,
near Devils Run will be offered to
the civic zoological department. Tno
doer was swimming to ono of tho
islands In tho channel when tno
steamer passed along. With a dex-
tnrlniin throw of tho rono. a docic-
hand dropped tho nooso around tho
llttlo animal's head at tho first at
tempt and it was dragged aboard
tho steamer, uninjured but fright
More than ten out of overy ten
cases of rneumatism aro simpiy
rheumatism of the muscles, duo to
cold or damp, or chronic rheuma
tism. In such cases no internal
treatment .Is reaulred. The freo ap
plication of Chamberlain's Liniment
Is all that is nceuea, ana it vs cer
tain to give quick relief. Give it a
trial and see for yourself how quick
ly It relieves tho pain and soreness
Tho medicines usually given lntor-
nally for rheumatism aro poisonous
or very strong medicines. They are
worso than useless in cases, of
chronic and muscular rheumatism.
For sale by all good drugglBts.
Home Builders, Attention!
whv not Install a home lighting
worth 1 "rnlng, 100 per cent hoter
oiprtriHfv. Wo llcht stores, halls,
tinning and heating and plumbing. All wo k guaranteed.
A. L. FRASER
Phone 135. The Celebrated Lennox Furnace. 258 State Street
Excursion Rates To The East
DURING 1910 FROM ALL POINTS ON THE
LINES IN OREGON
Kansas City. . 60.00
bt. Paul via Council Bluffs 63.90
Minneapolis direct 60.00
Minneapolis via Council Bluffs 63.90
Duluth direct "66.90
Duluth, via Council Bluffs 67.50
St. Louis ST'10
Tickets will bo on sale May 2d and uth; Juno 2d, 17th cad 24th; July 5th
and 22d; August 3d; September 8th.
Tho nbovo rates npply from Portland only. From points south of Port
land add ONE WAY local rate to Portland, to make through ruto via
Portland. Ono way through California, add $15.00 to abovo rte.
Ten days provided for
within limits In either
limit three months from
than October 31st.
Inquire of any S. P. Agent for
General 'Passenger Agent,
I Salem Fence Works f
Headquarters for Woven Wire
Fencing, Hop Wlro, Barb Wlro,
Poultry getting, Hhlngles. Mal
thold Rooting, P. & B. Ready
Roofing, Scroen Door a d Ad
justable Window Screens.
Or A rmi anat V1irrtn 1 91
define it. There is no
blend of tobacco so im
perial in quality, so distin
guished from all others. It
10 for 10 cents
THE JOHN BOLLMAN CO., Mfri.
It's tho World's Best.
No one has ever mado a salve,
ointment or balm to comparo with
Bucklen's Arnica Salvo. It's tho one
perfect healer of Cuts, Corns, Burns,
Bruises, Sores, Scalds, Bolls, Ulcers,
Eczema, Salt Rheum. For Soro Eyes,
Cold Sores, Chapped Hands, or
Sprains, It's supreme. Infallible for
Plies. Only 25c at J. C. Perry's.
Why should not tho peoplo reach
for tho power of 'taxation?
Phone 44 Main. 147 N. High it
C. W. YANNKE
THE FASHION STABLES
Cabs and Livery. All RIs
Modern Rubber Tire.
and cooking sytpm, making cas;
than any other gas. Safer than
churches, factories, otc. Also do
tho going trip. Stop-ovors
direction. Final roturn
dato of salo, but not later
More Complete .Information
JUDGING BY APPEARANCES
Of courso everybody does that, ant)
Laundry Work can't bo Judged auj
othor way. Everything subjected to
our artlotlc treatment cornea out at
cloan as a polished surface, aa clout
as crystal and as bright as a sum
mer's day. Articles washed proper
ly Inst twice as long and look twen
ty times better than goods badlj
laundrled. We make cheap Jabric
masquerade for something bettor.
HALKM LAUNDRY CO.,
Phono Off. imMOfl Hnuth Lllxrty Bt
Balom's moHt popular res
taurant, 302 State street. We
never close. upn all night. .
Wm. McGilclirist & Sons
Classified Ads .V
Capital Journal "Want Ads" Bring
Oae cent a word 'or flrit Iniertlon.
Joe-half cent a wo d for each Iniettloa
thereafter. No advertisement taken for
Itsa tban 25c Caunt lit werda t tne
WOOD FOR SALE. Ash and flr
wood delivered In 12 and 16
Inch, lh 4-foot longths. Slddall
& Eaton, 570 N. Liberty. Phono
FOR SALE Good gonoral merchan
dise business. Only storo at
placo. Part caah. Address O,
Journal offlce. 1-14-tf.
OUR mixed pork sausage sells for
10c per pound. 173 South Com
mercial street. 1-12-tf
FOR SALE Good 1 H. P. Stavor
gasoline engine, cheap. Inquire
at 178 South Liberty St. 5-22-tf
FOR HAIR DRESSING Facial mas-
sago and manicuring, call at Elite
Massage Parlors. Room 301 U. S.
National Bank Buldlng. 4-4-tf
FOR SALE A rubber tired buggy,
nearly now. Call 510 Liberty St.
FOR SALE AT ONCE 10 H. P.
Russell engine and Blrdsell Clov
er Huller, nearly new: As I Intend
to leave. A. F. Zlmmormann,
R. F. D. 2, Albany Ore. 4-2 1-2 w
FOR SALE Rushford wagon, Deer-
lng mcwer and rake, and
hack harness, all in good con
dition; also sever fresh cows. G.
H. Crolsan, 560 North 14th street.
FOR SALE Flvo acres ot land, with
good 7-room house, close In, or ex
change for houso and lot In town
Mrs. E. M. Bently or J. D. Bo
FURNITURE FOR SALE And
house for rent, 1038 Union street,
SPECIAL CASH. PRICES.
Egs and butter taken In exchange.
50-lb sack best valley flour, J1.40.
5-lb. whlto beans, 25c.
3 cans choico tomatoes, 26c.
3 cans choico corn, 25c.
3 cans choice peas, 25c.
3 cans choice beans, 25c.
Choico Oregon bacon, per lb, 20c.
Choice Oregon shoulders, per lb,
3 large 10c pkgs garden Bood, 20c.
4 6c pkgs gardon seed, 10c.
I carry a full stock of feed, oat
hay, cheat hay, rolled oats, rolled
barley, bran, shorts, alfalfa meal.
Custom feed rolling to order.
K. N. MORRIS,
Fair Grounds Feed and Grocery store
Phono Main 1497. Freo Dollvory
MEN WANTED Rop yard work,
$1.75 per day. Krebs Bros.
Adolph Cigar Store. Phono 100.
WANTED AT ONCE Pour men for
farm work. $1.25 per day and
board. 10 men for sawmills,
$2.25 and up, 40 cords of wood
cut. Man and wjfo for hop ranch.
1, woman for housekeeper. Men
for hop fields. 544 State street.
Phono 1507. A. C. Smith & Co.
WANTED Jobs at well digging,
cleaning and blasting; and brick
work. A. F. Holt, 2045 N. 4th.
P. O. Gonoral Dollvory. 4-23-wk
WANTED Woman cook at the Wil
lamette Sanitarium. 4-26-lw
WANTED Flvo common laborers,
good wages, steady work. 1095
North 17th St. 4-25-3t
WANTED Belgian hares. Address
Josoph Rlpp, Sublimity, Ore.
'SEWING Wanted, women to do
plain sowing at house. Apply 260
Bollovuo, near South Commercial,
or Phone 1340. 4-25-31
ROOMS FOR RENT In private fam
lly; all modern conveniences;
moals If desired. 444 South High
SALEM GRANGE NO. 17. PATRONS
of Husbandry Meets in Hurst
Hall on State stroot, on the fourr.b
Saturday of each month, at 10:SC
a, m Visiting and sojourning
members welcome. F. A. Myers
master. 55olla 8. Fletcher, secre
PIANO TUNING LutoUun I
WoodH, tunlug, polshlnR, repal'
lng. Tolophone 984. Shop 680
N, Winter St. 3-2-lyt
SUCCESS IN (. ilCKENS Do you
want to know how to raise them I
wlll.glvo $1000 to any ono who can
boat my theory. Hen lay 27f
eggs n year; will not sot until 4
yours old. Settings of ogga of
Uliodo Island Reds, AndaluslaiiH
HrHhmaa and Wyandottos at $m
If my theory does not prove irw
your money k turned. Louis Bell
fuse, R. F. D. C, Salora, Ore.
A MlMJwrippI citizen, aged 95
years, linn Juut aueceoded In walking
4000 inllfls on wager. Auothor
stinging View In tho solar plexus of
BUTTE & WENDEROTH Fins
wines .liquors and cigars. Wo has?
die tho celebrated Kellogg an
Castle whiskies. Cool and re
freshing beer constantly oa
draught. South Commercial St.
SALEM WATER COMPANY Offlco.
city hall. For water service appljr
nt office. Bills payable monthly?
G. F. MASON BOX COMPANY1
247 Miller street, South Salem;
manufacturers of all kinds ot
boxes, crates and fruit dryer ac
cessories. Phono 308, tf
ELLIS & WOOD Real estate.
loans and insurance, notary pub
lic, employment bureau. Phons
554. 476 Court St, Salem. Ore
gon. Ticket office Hamburg-American
steampshlp lines. 11-1-lyr
H. G. MEYER & CO. The best and:
largest shop In tho city. Six
first-class barbers. Only flrst-elasa
bootblack in city; porcelain baths
and everything pertaining to a first
class shop. Also carry a full lino
of cigars and tobacco and barbers"
supplies. 162 Commercial street,
next 'door to Statesman offlco.
BUTTERNUT BREAD It is worth
more than any other bread, yet
the price Is no higher. For caia
at your grocer's. California Bak
ery, Thomas & Cooley, Props.
DR. B. H. WHITE,
Ototeopath and Nerve Specialist.
Graduate of the American School
of Osteopathy, Klrksvllle, Mo.,
1902. Post-graduato and special
ized in nervous diseases at Lob
Angeles College, 1909, Treats
acute and chronic diseases. Con
sultation free. Lady attendant.
Offlco, 605-6 U. S. National Bant
Bldg. Phono 859. Residence 346
North Capitol St.; phono 469.
PAINTERS, PAPER HANGERS.
PAINTER AND PAPER HANGER
Estimates mado and flrst-claaa
work done. I. D. prlver, 517
North Capitol street, Salem, Or.
Phone 926. 6-26-tf
ICENNEDY & PORTER
130 Liberty St. Phone 48B
Paper Hangers and Painters
Carry a full line up-to-date Wall
Hangings, Mouldings, etc. Faints.
Varnishes, Calsomlne and Glass.
THEO. M. BARR Plumbing, hot
water and steam heating and tin
ning, 164 Commercial St Phono,
Main 192. 9-1-lyr
OTTO MUELLHAUPT Plumbing,
heating, gas fitting; prices reas
onable; work guaranteed; esti
mates furnished. Phono 373
O.JC0 Chemeketa street. 4-17-tf
SALEM TRANSFER CO. Succes
sors to Cummins Bros. Tranofo"
orders for transferring prompttr
attended to. We also carry a lino
of building material, plaster, ce
ment, lime, building blocks and.
fancy cement blocks.
LIVERY Si ABLE.
AT POSTOFFIOE LIVERY AND
Sale Stable. Ferry street, between
Commercial and Front. Tele
phone 188. Good service guar
anteed. Second-hand rigs tor
sale, E. E. Gillian, Prop.
MODERN WOODMEN of AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 6246.
Meets ovory Thursday evening at
8 o'clock iu Holmatt Hall. W. W.
Hill, Counsol; F. A. Turner, Olork.
WOODMEN OF WORLD Meet er
ery Friday night at 7:30 o'clock
In Holman Hall. Geo. H. Dacon. G.
C; L. H. Flotchor, Cork. 1-1Q-0&
SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY Dr.
W. H. Byrd, president; Mrs. H.
W. Moyors, vice-president; Ed.
Gllllngbam, secretary. Executive
committee: Rev. Barr G. Lee,
Miss Kittle Moore. Mrs. E. Hofer.
Cases of cruelty to animals should
be reported to tho Society for in
vestigation. Rheumatic poisons are quickly and
surely driven out of the blood with
Dr. Snoop's Rheumatic Remedy
liquid or tablet form. Dr. Shoop's
booklet on Rheumatism plainly and
lntorestlngjy tolls Just how this Is
dono. Tell bomo sufferer of this
book, or bettor still, write Dr. Shoop,
Racine, Wis., for tho book and free
test samples, Send no money. Just
Join with Dr. Shoop and give oomo
sufforor a pleasant surprise. Capi
tal Drug Store.
Romombor, the othor fellow Is not
usually Interested In your troubles
ha generally has enough of his own.
Watch for t!)o Comet.
Tho Rod Dragon of tho sky.
Watch tho children for spring coughs
and colds. Careful mothers keep
Foley's Honey and Tar In tho houso.
It Is tho best and safest prevention
and cure for croup whero tho noed
Is urgent and Immediate relief a
v'tal nocesslty. I's prompt use haa
xoved many ttvoa. Contains no opi
ate or hiirinful drugs. The genuine
s m n vollnw package. Remember
he nnmo Foley's lljiu-y and Tar
nid rffimo subst tutes. J. C Perry.
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