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DAIIjY GAPITAJj JOURNAL, SAXiEM, OIU6GOH, TUESDAY, MAY , 1010.
OF HER TRIP ABROAD
Miss Kittie Harbord Writes Entertainingly of Life on Ship
board and of Interesting Experiences in the Azores and at
Points Visited At Maderia the Auto Was a Bullock Sled
and the Street Paving a Greased Rag.
Dear Folks: Everything up to
this time seems to be coming my
-way. Tho weather Is grand, the sea
Is calm and we are able to eat our
thrco meals a day. We only had ono
real rough ovenlng and then there
were lots of people sick. There haa
been one death on board but very
few people know It. The woman
with her child and a friend got on
at Boston and they say she was not
well,, she took pneumonia and died
Sunday night. We left Boston Thurs
day noon so you see she was not sick
long. I believe her body will be
taken off at Glbralter and returned
to the United States.
I have enjoyed the trip fine so
-far and believe the Bureau of Unl--verslty
Travel Is going to be fine. I
think by the time I get to Greece I
tvIH know a little about Doric, Ionic
and Corinthian Vemples. You (tell
Uncle Meigs we have the Art Teach
er from Vassar College who gives an
Illustrated lecture on Greek Art, etc.,
every day and my! the way he can
"bring things out.
Dr. Wlllard gave us a little talk
on zores and Madera a couple of
days ago which we all thoroughly
enjoyed. We reached the Azores
about 6 a. m. yesterdy. I was up at
six for I wanted to see land once
again, and tho sight that met my
eyes I shall never forget. On ac
count of the water being shallow we
were anchored out about half a mile
from Ponta Delgada St. Michaels
Island. The town is situated on the
side of a mountain and the pld
-fashioned buildings are made of
cnnlc rock and covered in Stucco and
only pink, light green, white and
light yellow are used Extending
back to the town are tropical gard
ens, farms and a way up, nearly to
the top could be seen a wind-mill of
the kind you see in pictures where
the wheel extends nearly to the
ground. The coloring was grand for
the sun was up and shining directly
on the town and mountains back
The Azores comprise nine islands
formed by volcanic eruption. The
island of Peco has an extinct vol
cano on it 7700 feet high which they
say is twice as high as Vesuvius.
Foal on St. Mary's Island was
-formerly the landing place and there
a great many grapes were grown
which were 'exported, but several
years ago blight killed all the grapes,
then the port was changed to Ponta
Delgada. The temperature on these
islands is never below 45 degrees or
above 85 degrees so the climate Is
very fine. They raise a great many
pineapples but the largest and finest
are sold in the English market. I
bought two for a quarter which cost
fifty cents each at home, so tonight
wo are going to have a feast. Like
fresh galmon you never know how
sweet and good they are until you
get them in their native country al
though they, the pineapples, are all
grown under glass here.
The Azores Islands are owned by
Portugal and were discovered by
"Henry the Navigator". The streets
of Ponta Delgada are very narrow, a
little wider than the alley back of
the store, some of them are covered
,with cobble-stones. Many donkeys
are hitched to carts for carrying
their loads. Some of the natives
drers like Italians, and some of the
women wear a very peculiar dress,
composed of a hood which extends
over the face so you can hardly see
it, to which is attached a oapo which
reaches to the bottom of the dress.
Most of the men go bare-footed.
About tho only word you hear from
the children is money, money.
We were taken through the most
beautiful garden I have ever seen, it
belongs to a Portugese count but is
open to the public.
Not many of the ships stop at the
Azores so of course they were wait
ing for us (?). Tho churches there
are all Catholic and do not have
seats in them so It was a strange
sight when I entored one at 8 a. m,
and found those funny little women
.with the bonnets covering their faces
kneeling all over that large room
We were all Just tired to death for
we walked about four hours. To
morrow we must get up early again
for they say Madeira is even finer
than tho Azores. Wo will be taken
off there In steam launchos whllo at
Azores we were rowed ashore.
Tomorrow" I will seo my first
sugar cane plantation. They say
Madeira is the finest place In the
world to buy embroideries and the
ohoapest, so I expect I will part with
a little of my good money.
Wo certainly have a nice Mot of
naople, always up and ready to go
tt least that is the experience so far.
You must be up and ready to go or
y-ii will miss something. '
Did I tell you wo have a young
white woman on board going to
Naples to meet her Chinese husband
whom she met at Yale College. Such
a mixture you never saw the like, as
wo have on this ship.
April 3, 1010.
Well, I have been to Madeira and
such a sight I cannot describe. Our
ship anchored about 4 a. m. and I
was up at 6 a, m. Tho sight was
even grander than at Azores for the
Island is larger and higher. Tho
natives hero are mostly Portugese
although there are lots of English
and Americans here at this time of
year. They raise mostly grapes and
sugar cane and make embroidery
which is very fine.
After landing we walked up
through the city of Funchal where
we were met by all kinds of beggars,
I suppose such as we will see in Sun
ny Italy. Aftor walking a few
blocks we got in a Carro de bols, a
picture of which I am sending
Prlscilla. I guess we rode more than
a mile In this funny conveyance.
The streets are made of small round
stones like we get around the creek.
A boy walks ahead of the bullocks
and a man behind runs along with
a greased rag in his hand which he
puts inder the runner and makes it
run easier. We wero taken through
these funny narrow streets on each
side of which are funny looking
work shops where boys not more
than eight or nine years old were
making shoes, until at least We ar
rived at the railway station where
we took a steam train up the moun
tain for 3 miles, 2000 feet above
sea level. Such a ride. We were
tiiken up and along a road, on each
side of which there were sugar cane
plantations and vineyards and then
lovely homes with beautiful grdens
and all kinds of vines and flowers
growing. At the top was a very old
church, we went into It and then
around, through the gardens which
surround it, hero we were surround
ed by children with little bunches of
flowers for which they begged you
fpr a penny. We walked around
these beautiful gardens for more
than an hour and then we had an
other ride down that mountain the
like of which I never expect to have
again; this was a sort of basket af
fair on runners which held three
people, rope was fastened on the
sides of it with a man hold of each
one, the narrow street down which
we were to go was covered with
small stones, laid In such a way
that they made a shallow round
step. The runners were greased
and they started on the run, when
they got a good start the men Jumped
on a board attached and away we
went for three and one half miles.
Of course they knew Just how to
guide it and make It go' fast or slow.
That was a trip I shall never forget.
After this trip we visited about all
the shops. We did not go back with
our party for wo wanted to stay as
long as we could. The houses here
are all made the same as In Azores
and colored in the same light-colors,
only white and light yellow are most
ly used, the roofs are red tile. We
got a lovely basket of strawberries
and they tasted fine. This in the
first place I have ever visited where
fragrant violets and Calla lillles
grow wild, we could see the Callas
all over tho side of one of the
Tomorrow will bo Sunday but they
say people in these foreign ports do
not keep Sunday, so we will have a
chance to see the shops In Glbralter.
When we left Madeira yesterday
It was as calm as could be "and we
had not gone two miles before the
wind came up and wo have been
riding against a strong wind ever
since. I think we are having the
roughest weather of the trip this
morning, I have not been sick only
with a severe headache, which they
say Is really a form of sea-sickness.
I am able to eat my three meals a
We have sovoral artists aboard and
one young man came back with a
fine picture In water colors of the
old church we visited.
April nth, 1010.
Sunday morning wo were up by 6
a. m. so we could see the scenery as
wo entered the Straights, The
mountains on eaoh side are called
tho Pillars of Hercules, and at the
point where wo enter they say the
Straits are only nine miles wide. As
soon as the clouds cleared Glbralter
was In sight, and as I always had a
desire to see this place I was not dis
appointed for the rock Is about
twice as large as Proposal Rock at
Slb Creek. Wo ,wont In on one
side and landed and when we came'
out wo came around on the opposite
side. It being Sunday the shops
ware all olqsed. we had a ride
through the city and over he
Neutral ground and into a dirty lit
tle Spanish town so we might
tho difference between the clean
English city and a dirty Spanish
ono. In going from tho English
side to the Spanish we cross over a
stretch of ground with a stone wall
on each side of tho road, they say
this place Is full of underground
mines and In case of war these
would bo blown up making an
Island of Glbralter.
Tho Rock, of Glbralter Is full of
galleries tunneled through it in
which ar6 placed guns. A few years
ago tho English would allow visitors
to some of these galleries, but some
one was caught taking notes so since
then they havo allowed no visitors.
You can see very plainly some of
the square holes In tho rocks where
some of the galleries are situated.
Glbralter contains the largest dry
dock In the world, two battle ships
can be docked at the same tlmo.
There are a groat many Moors liv
ing In Lalenls, the Spanish town
and Glbralter, the English City. We
saw a great many natives selling
figs, dates, bananas, oranges and
strawberries, they first asked twen
ty-five cents a basket for the straw
berries but before wo loft they
would sell a basket-of dates, figs and
strawberries for twenty-five cents.
Our ride around the city was In
a funny looking carriage which they
call a Victoria but does not look
Hko tho Victoria wo have seen
pictures of. It was very cloudy
when we started out so we did not
take the kodak but I think I got a
good picture Just as we sailed away.
Aftor we left Glbralter we 'were
out of sight of land for a long, long
time. We did not reach Algiers un
til yesterday afternoon at 3:30 and
tho sight when we dropped anchor I
shall mever forget. The Moors came
out In small boats to take the pas
sengers ashore but they only got one
boat load for they got into a fight
and the police had to scare them
away and they brought a large boat
out to take us ashore. There were
at least a dozen boats all trying to
get the first load of passengers, the
sailors tried to quiet them and the
Moors took a club to ono and hurt
his hand so the doctor had to band
age It. The police came and sent
them all off and they sent for the
White Star Liner and we all went off
In a largo boat. Before we got to
Algiers we thought it would bo
nice to stay there in the evening as
we did not sail until 10 p. m., but
after we saw the natives we decided
we did not want to bo in such a
place after dark. A great many
people took a carriage rldo which
only "took them over the city and
gave them a fine view. I live in a
country which has such beautiful
scenery that I like to see the ways
of the natives.
We were taken through the Moor
quarter where on account of the
narrow winding streets (Just room
for two people to pass) we wero
escorted by two native guides, one
in front, Dr. Wlllard in the center
and a native at the end to see that
no one was left behind. If anyone
should ever get In there alone they
would never find their way out. On
each side of these narrow streets
are all kinds of shops where they
sell vegetables, wood carving, blask
ets, scrub brushes and I think every
thnlg under the sun. Most ot the
Eight acres, 2 miles out; A acres bearing orchard, all varieties of small fruit; 5-room houso and good
barn; root houce and 3 good largo hen houses; nice stream of running water. This place will sell on sight
10 acres, 2 miles east, one-half In fruit, balance farm land; rich black soil; house and barn; $3500.
Six acres, all In fruit, 4-room houso and now barn; flno spring branch on place; new' woven WIro fencing;
Just outside city limits on tho south; $3000. ... 1 .
100 acreu, all In cultivation;
railroad town; all level land; woa't last long at $6100. .,'', i
A HOME SN THE CITY
Now 6-roaa cottage In Yew Eark; handy to school and car lino; boautlful shado trees, $1200.
Nine-room, hard finished house, good as now, electric lights hot rnd cold watgr, on North Cottago
Two fine lots. In East Salem, $1000 for the two. payable $200 cash and tho balance In four years at 0
pet cent, ' ! ,
132x166 foet, corner Contor nnl
choicost cqrnars in the city. Propositions ot this kind are growing scarcer every day in Salem, and this
may be your last chance to nail a good thing In property of this kind. Ottered for a short tlmo at $8000.
388 State Street,
stores aro very odd although they
havo somo that aro very much
American. Before wo loft there a
rain storm camo up but wo wero
fortunate and got under cover so wo
did not get wet. Wo returned to
tho ship about 7:30, had our dinner
and then watched the passengers
trying to make somo deals with somo
of tho natives who brought their
wares on board.
We certainly havo had a fine
trip up to this tlmo and I am not
ono bit sorry wo camo this way
oven If it has taken us longer. I
hopo when you take your next trip
to Europe you can come this way
and make the stops we havo mado.
.They tell us wo aro not duo In
Naples' until flvo or six tomorrow
evening and It we aro late we can
not Mand until Thursday morning.
It is raining this day and is not
very pleasant on deck so nearly
every ono Is writing letters. It is
Impossible to get a desk so I am us
ing my purse. Wo are going to bo
in and around Naples for nearly a
week before wo , go to Greece. I
think after wo reach Lucerne our
tour will be about the same as the
Bureau of University Travel, In fact
If the balance of tho tour Is as good
as what we havo seen, wo will con
tinue with them for I think with the
lectures we get wo could get mpro
out of It than if we travelled In
dependently for now wo know all
about Just what we are going to see,
then when we have seen the sights
and have a little tlmo we are taken
Intd stores and shops which Dr. Wll
lard knows are reliable. There are
several Tourist Companies on board
and they all say wo are getting
BECHTEL & BYNON'S BARGAINS
$1250 buys a good house and two
lots In Yow Park. Flno fruit trees.
$1050 takes a nice little new cot
tage and two lots on Capitol St.
$650 buy's a cozy little homo on
$600 will take two and one-half
lots with small house.
$2800 buys a flno. place In Yew
Park on 12 th Street.
Remember wo aro headquarters
for farms In tho celebrated Salem
and Howell Prairies. ' Wd are always
glad to Bhow property in this fine
Do you know that the Capitol
Street, boulevard is almost suro to
bo built this summer. With that an
an accomplished fact property on
Capitol Street will bo the most
sought after of any residence prop
erty In Salem. We' have some extra
good buys on' this street and recom
mend buys on this street. You wl'l
not regret locating there. '
Lot us take you out and. show you
some Capitol Street property.
Last but not least, .don't forget
BECHTEL & BYNON
347 State St. Tel. Main 452
Real Estate Is Moving
At a pretty lively rate just now, Values are .increasing
all the time. But we have several pieces of good real es
tate that can still be bought at old prices, They are bound
to advance however, and if you are, thinking of investing
come and see us at once. The longer you delay the less
chance you stand of getting in before the rise,
GOOD FARM BUY
new 6-room, houso and barn; one-half
Capitol stroets; Just two blocks north
moro than they. One company go
ing to tho Holy Land has lectures
but they wero told nothing ot the
Azores of Madeira. Whllo In Algclrs
yesterday I got a spot of paint on my
coat sleeve, it looks Hko tho finger
marks of ono of those Moors, I told
tho- folks they had branded mo.
"Boots" is trying to get it out for
me this morning, which means 50c
Sir Charles Wyndham, the Eng
lish actor, really said "good-morning"
to mo tills morning. Beside
Dr. Wlllard wo only havo one other
man In tho party and ho really doeg
not know enough to come In out of
tho rain; I suppose ho Is enjoying
tho trip but he never says a word.
I see on the wireless bulletin
board that "Teddy" did not havo an
audlonco with tho Popo. Dr. Wll
lard said our tlmo was so tilled up
while In Homo that I would havo to
cut out something If I went to see
the Popo. I told him I was willing
to cut out something If I had tho
opportunity to seo him.
"No-Drip" la tho most clover little
silvered Coffee Strainer over Invent
ed. Get ono free from Dr. Shoop,
Raclno, Wis., by tho Coupon Plan.
Tho Coupon and Dr. Shoop'a now
book on Health Coffee sent to any
lady requesting them. You can trick
any ono by secretly 'serving Dr.
Shopp's Health Coffee at meal tlmo.
Your' visitor or your husband will
declare ho Is drinking real coffee
and yet thero is not a grain of real
coffeo in Dr. Shoop'a Health Coffee.
Pure grains, malt, and nuts give
Health Coffeo its exquisite taste and
flavor. No 20 to 30 minutes tedious
boiling. "Made in a minute". Try it
from your grocer and get a pleasant
surprise. 1 lb. package 25 c. J. W.
DO YOU WANT A HOME?
WE HAVE THEM;.
106 acres, 70 In cultivation, bal
ance good timber. All fenced and
good land, on splendid road in 7
miles ot 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;
well watered; all stock and machin
ery goes; only $20,000. See this be
fore you buy.
18 acres new 4-room house, barn,
orchard, fine well, 10 acres In culti
vation: three acres of fine timbor;
balnce pasture; all fenced, on good
road. For a few days only $2700.
Wo have houses In all parts of
city, from $800 to $7500. See us,
we can suit you.
Some flno lots close in cheap.
We have somo choice acreage in
small tracts. House to rent, etc.
If you want to buy, see us. Wo sell
A. O. SMITH & CO.
Phono 1507 544 State St.
SAVAGE & PRUNK
For Farms and City
135 S. COMMERCIAL ST.
Somo persons act as If helping
the other follow wero tantamount to
mile to sghool; 3 ,mlloa to good
of state houso; one of tho very B
Capita! Journal "Want Ads" Bring
Oae cent word 'or tint Insertion.
Joe-half cent a wo d for each Iniertloa
taereifter. No 4vertlsemcnt Ukea for
ln tli an 25c Coont tlx wrrti t toe
WOOD FOR SALTS.: -Ash and flr
wood delivered In 12 and 16
Inch, In 4-foot lengths. Slddall
& Eaton, 570 N. Liberty. Phone
FOR BALIS Good general merchan
dise business. Only store at
place. Part cosh. Address O.
Journal office. 1-14-tf.
OUR mixed pork sausage sells for
10c por pound. 173 South Com
merclal streot. 1-1 2-tf
FOR, SALE Good 1 H. P. 8taver
gosoune engine, cneap. inquire
at 178 South Liberty St.. 5-22-tt
FOR HAIR DRESSING Facial mas
sage and manicuring, call at Elite
Massage Parlors. Room 301 U. S.
National Bank Buldlng. 4-4-tf
FOR SALE AT ONCE 10 H. P.
Russell engine and Blrdsoll Clov
er Hultor, noarlynow: Ab I Intend
to leave. A. F. Zlmmormann,
R. F. D. 2, Albany Ore. 4-21-2w
ing mower and rake, and
hack harness, all In good con
dition; also sever fresh cowa. O.
H. Crolsan, 660 North 14th stroet
FOR SALE Good Jersey milk cow.
Mr. J. H. Howell, Yew Park.
FOR SALE CHEAP 7 room bunga
low house; 7 lots or 3 lota. 90S
North 17th St. 4-30-lwk
FOR SALE Ladies' Rambler wheel.
Call at 431 North Front street.
FOR SALE 15 acres, 6-room house.
barn, flno well, family, orchard,
somo prunes, 12 acres In cultiva
tion, all fonccd, free from stono, 1
acre pasture, 7 miles south of Sa
lem. J. A. Pop, phono Farmers 117.
FOR SALE Fresh Jersey cow. also
15 acres of land and house and
barn to rent, Call 771 North
Commercial street. 5-2-3t
FOR SALE OR TRADE A No. 1
3-passonger Bulck. A bargain.
"B", caro Journal. 5-2-6t
SCHOOL BONDS On salo at Clerk
Johnson's ofllce, 388 State street,
See notice in this Issue of Journal.
FOR SALE Totij acres; also 38 acres
with crops, stool; and tools, !. C.
Zlncer, owner. Phono Farmers 7x4
Route No. 1, Salem, Ore.
SPECIAL CASH PRICES.
Egs and butter taken In exchange,
60-lb sack best valley flour, $1.40.
5-Ib. white beans, 25c.
3 cans choice tomatoes, 25c.
,3 cans choico corn, 25c,
3 cans choico peas, 25c.
3 cans choico beans, 25c.
Choico Orogon bacon, per lb, 20c.
Choico Orogon shoulders, per lb.
3 large 10c pkgs garden seed, 20c,
4 6c pkgs garden" seed, 10c.
I carry a full stock of feed, oat
hay, cheat hay, rolled oats, rolled
barloy, bran, shbrts, alfalfa Wfcal.
Custom feed rolling to order.
It. N. MORRIS,
Fair Ground Feed and Grocery storo
Phone Main 1497. Free Delivery
MEN WANTED Hop yard work,
$1.75 per day. Krebs Bros. J
Adoiph cigar., store, mono luu.
WANTED AT ONCE Pour men for
farm work. $1.26 per day and
board. 10 men for sawmills,
$2,25 and up. 40 cords of wood
cut. Man and wife for hop ranch.
1 woman for housekeeper. Men
for hop fields. 544 State stroet
Phone 1507. A. C. Smith & Co,
WANTED Woman' cook at tho Wll
lametto Sanitarium. 4-26-lw
8ALEM 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
mombors welcome. F. A. Myers
maator. Zella 8. Fletcher, secre
tary. 12-3 1-1 vt
lIANO TUNING Lutollua L.
Woods, tuning, polshliiK. repair
Ing. Telephone 984. Shop 630
N. Winter St. 3-2-lyr
SUCCESS IN :ICKHN8 Do you
wnt to know how to raise thorn. 1
will glvo $1000 to any ono who can
hnnt mtr f)ionrv. (Innn lnv 27fi
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uB wr, "in nvi bi iiimi t
ytmra uiu. ouiiiko ut vhh ui
Ulindo Island Reds, AndaluBlans
HrfiJviisu and VVyandottes nt $10
If my theory doea not prove true
yur innnpy i turned, Louis rtcJI
runs. ft. V. D. t. Bulem. Ore.
8TRI8KIT WILL DM-CL08lHDState
fl'root will be cloed to traffic be-
JtWWin ptU ami iOth, oj, aoeounU
oi' onuge "Bins umior cuiunruuuuH
Durron. & Bower, contraetora. n
FOR RENT Ono or two furnished
housekeeping rooms, 1528, Asylnra
Avenue. Phono Main 19M.
Women take a lot of trouble, tvetit
they generally give it to some mani
IFOR RENT Modern 5-room house.
Call at 431 North Front. 4-30-lw
BUTTE & WENDEROTH WlRtt
wines .liquors and cigars, Wo has
die the celebrated Kellogg sag
Castle whiskies. Cool and re
freshing ' beer constantly c&
draught. South' Commercial Bt '
SALEM WATER, COMPANY Office,
cuy nan. or water service apply
,afc office. Bills payable montfejy
in advance. '
G. F. MASON BOX COMPANY
247 Miller stroot. South Salem;
manufacturers of all kinds at
boxes, cratea and fruit dryer ac
cessories.' Phone 308. XS
ELLIS & WOOD Real eatftte
lie, employment bureau; PJae
654. 476 Court St, Salem. Ore
gon. Ticket office Hamburg-Ame
lean steampship lines. 11-1-lyr
H. a. MEYER ft CO. -The beat an
largest shop in the city. Ore
flrat-clasa barbers. Only first-claw
bootblack In city; porcelain bat)
and everything pertaining to a flrat
class shop. Also carry & full li&fc
of cigars and tobacco and barbers
supplies. 162 Commercial street,
next door to Statesman office. '
BUTTERNUT BREAD-l-It la worffc
mora man any otner Dreaa, yer
the price is no higher. For esls
at your grocer's, California BaJ
ory, Thomas & Cooley, Props.
DR. B. H. WHITE,
Osteopath and Nerve Specialist.
Graduate of the Amorlcan Schosl
of Osteopathy, Kirksville, Mo.,
1902. Post-graduato and special
ized in nervous diseases at Lbs
Angeles College, 1909. Treats
ncuto and chronic diseases. Con
sultation free. Lady attendant
Office, 505-6 U. S. National Bank
Bldg. Phone 869. Residence 846
North Capitol St.; phone 469.
THE' SOUTH COMMERCIAL Street
Feed Barn, at tho south end of
Mill Creek bridge Is the largest
and most complete barn of its kind
In Marion county. " Waiting rooms
with modern conveniences; blaefc
smith shop in barn, where patrons
may havo horsec shod while thoy
attend to business around town.
Prompt and courteous treatment to
all. W. F. R. Smith, proprietor.
PAINTERS, PAPER HANGERS.
PAINTER AND PAPER HANGER
Estimates made and 11 rat-class
work done. I. D. Driver, 617
North Capitol stroet, Salem, Or.
Phono 926. 6-26-tC
THEO. M. BARR Plumbing, hot
water and steam noatjng and tin
ning,, 164, Commercial 'Bt. -Phone,
Main 192. S-l-lyr
OTTO MUELLHAUPT Plumbing,
heating, gas fitting; prices reas
onable; work guaranteed; esti
mates furnished. Phone 373
ivS6 Ohomoketa street. 4-17-tf
SALEM TRAN8FER CO. Succes
sors to Cdmmlns Bros. Transfer
orders tor transferrlnir nromntlr
attended to. Wo also carry a line
of building material, plaster, ce
ment, lime, building blocks and
fancy cement blocks.
LIVERY St ABLE.
AT POSTOFFICE LIVERY AND
Sale Stable. Ferry stroet, between
Commercial and Front Tele
phone 188. Good sorvlco guar
anteed. Second-hand rigs for
salo. E. E. Gillian, Prop. .
MODERN WOODMEN of AMERICA
Orogon Cedar Camp No. 5246.
Meets every Thursday evening at
8 o'clock lu Ilolman Hall. W. W.
Hill, Counsel; F. A. Turnor. Clerk.
WOODMEN OF WORLD Meet or
ery Friday night at 7:30 o'clock
in Holman Hall. Goo. H. Dacon. CJ.
C.;. L. H. Fletcher, Cerk. 1-10-09
SALEM HUMANE SOCIETYDr.
W. H. Byrd, president; Mre. H.
W. Moyors, vice-president; Ed.
GllllnBham, eocrotary. Executive
committee: Rev. Barr G. Lee,
Miss Kittle Mooro, Mrs. E. Ho far.
Cuses of cruelty to animals should
bo reportod to tho Society for in
vestigation. A Hmilo
Is a pretty hnrd thlnff to accomplish
whon you'ro blue, bilious anil out of
Thero Is a suro euro for mi
kinds of stomach and llvor com
plaints constipation and dyspepsia.
Ballard's Ilerblno Is mild yet nbso
liltoly affective in all cases. Price1
10 coma por bottle. All dealers.