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DAILY OAFXTAIi JOURNAL, BAIiEM, OREGON, F1UDAY, MAY 13, 1010.
FOR 1909 BIG
XiAItGKST FINANCIAL ORUAN1ZA-'
TION OF CANADA HANDLE I
QUARTER OF FREIGHT, THIRD
OF PASSENGERS CAPITAL,
UNITED PHERS IXASCn WtJEB.l
Chicago, May 13. Tonnage totals
for 1909 of tho Grand Trunk Rnll
way system officially announced (In
dispatches from headquarters in
Montreal) place this pioneer rail
way of Canada among tho 10 great
est systems of the continent, tho
freight totalling 19,233,485 tons,
passengers' carried, 13,916,14 J.
These figures show that on Its Can
adian lines alone the Grand Trunk
handled 1,431,754 tons of freight
and 1,167,000 passengers more
than tho railway ranking next as a
co in mm on carrier.
According to .Canadian govern
ment figures theso totals show that
tho Grand Trunk handled a quarter
of all the freight hauled In Canada
and practically one-third of all pas
sengers.' The Grand Trunk Railway system
now is Canada's largest organiza
tion from a financial standpoint, and
ono of the greatest in the British
Empire the total capitalization of
the Grand Trurfk and Its subsidiary
lines being 1435,069,355. Including
the Grand Trunk Pacific railway the
total capital at December 31, 1909,
was tho enormous sum of $534,180,
795 for tho entire Grand Trunk and
Grand Trunk Pacific system of rail
ways. The present total mileage of the
Grand Trunk, including its subsidi
ary lines, is 5,400 miles, with a dou
ble track mileage of 1035, which
malres it not only the longest double
track trallway in Canada, but ono of
the longest continuous double track
railway under ono management in
Including tho mileage of the
Grand Trunk Pacific main line now
under construction and contem
plated 3,040 miles, of which 3,044
miles are under contract, also
5, CIS miles of branch lines the to
tal length of the entire system of
railways will eventually amount to
In addition to the rail mileage,
the Grand Trunk operates steamer
lines on tho Great Lakes, t between
Midland, Depot Harbor, and Fort
William, Milwaukee and Chicago.
It also owns and operates largo car
ferry steamers on Lake Ontario, be
tween Coliourg and Charlotte (60
miles) and on Lake Michigan be
tween Milwaukee and Grand Haven
(distance of 80 miles), the total mi
leage of lake lines being 1,239 miles,
Adding the lako line mileage to the
rail mileage abovo, gives a grand to
tal of 15,889 miles of rail and water
Traffic is developing rapidly at
Prince Rupert, the western terminus
of the Grand Trunk Pacific, tho new
mining districts in British Columbia
being found very rich. Payrolls of
new mines already are $75,000 and
$100,000 a month. Prince Rupert
grows rapidly and substantially.
Tho Grand Trunk Pacific Steamship
Lard Has Been in Existence a
Long Time So Has Indigestion
Human nature is hard to solve. People who are most particular about
adapting the weight of their wearing apparel to the season and its conditions,
who never think of going out in a storm without an umbrella .and rubbers,
who would not sit in a draft, will day after day eat lard-soaked food and not
realize for an instant that it is clogging their whole inner machinery. Lard
is produced from hog fat, sometimes pure, always indigestible.
Cottolene is the best frying and shortening medium in the world. It is
made from refined cottonseed oil. From Cotton field to
Kitchenhuman hands never touch the oil ' from which
Cottolene is made. Everything in Cottolene is digestible
and conducive to health.'
COTTOLENE is Guaranteed. gSdj ISfJS
not pleated, after havu. biven Cottolene a fair teit.'
lMwi irtlrl in Riillr Cottolene is packed in pajja wilh an, air-tight top to
riever JOia in PU1K kwp dwj( fh- 3(d wholesome, arid event
from catching dust and absorbing disagreeable odor;, such as fish, oil, etc
Made only by THE N. K. FAIR BANK COMPANY
-piF WWW WW mti -
for all stomach troubles Indigestion, dyspepsia, heartburn, gas in the stomach, baa
breath,sickhpadacbe.torpiu.ver jm i nd haLitu-l constipation. Pleasant to take.
J. C. PERRY
"Prince Albert" will shortly arrive
at Princo Rupert to fill tho mall con
tract betweon Princo Rupert, Port
land Canal and Queen Chrirlotto Is
lands, and enter especially to tho
needs of tho Princo Rupert wholc
salo houses. It is felt that the
trado of theso rapidly developing
districts will bo naturally conserved
to Princo Rupert, following the
Grand Trunk policy to build up
Prince Ruport in building up tho
Northern Emplro, which is properly
Jap Caught But Escapes.
UNITED TUBUS tEASKO wina.i
Loveland, Colo., May 12. A Jap
anese, believed to be Genyo Mutsin
aga, .suspected of having murdored
Mrs. Kathdrlne Wilson and carved a
mystic symbol on her forehead, was
captured 10 miles from here today.
Tho Japanese fought with his cap
tors and succeeded (n escaping.
Tho man was first caught by Dep
uty sheriffs. Ho was placed in an
automobilo and started for Denver,
the scene of tho crime.
Tho ..Japanese Jumped from tho
swiftly moving innchinc and fan In
to the hills, eluding his pursuers.
Sheriff Cnrlton and a posse are
now searching for the fugitive and
will endeavor to surround him.
GOOD MONTH FOR SETTLERS.
The Lnnd Office Shows Heavy Busi
ness in All Classes of Entries.
(Harney County News.)
During April the rush of home
seekers to this part of Oregon was
maintained and tho land office fprce
was kept busy attending to their
wants. There were 85 entries made
under the ordinary homestead laws;
29 ontrles under tho enlarged home
stead law and 10 under tho reclama
tion act, a total of . 124 homesteads,
covering 22,279.18 acres. Thoro
were also 14 state lieu selections of
1161.94 acres; 50 original desert
entries, for 8886.14 acres and eight
timber and stone entries for 1119.07
acres, a total of 196 entires involv
ing 33,446.33 acres, all of which
shows that tho available land is
much sought after.
ORDERS BIG LOT
OF ROLLING STOCK
UNITED MUUSS LEASED W8.
San Francisco, May 13 Following
large orders for passenger equip
ment and rolling stock, tho Southern
Pacific railway and other Hafrlman
lines placed orders for $13,750,000
worth of freight cars according to
advices today from Eastern offices.
Tho numbor of cars to be added
to the freight rolling stock is 12,460.
In addition to these an order already
has been placed for 1500 refrigerator
The cars are for delivery this
year and comprise: box cars 5,750;
automobilo cars, 1,000; stock cars,
1,800; gondolas, 1,160; hopper cars,
150; ballast cars, 1,200; flat cars,
1,335, and cabooses, 65.
Boys Will Be, Boys
and are always getting scratches,
cuts, sprains, bruises, bumps, burns
or scalds. Don't neglect such things
they may result seriously If you d3
Apply Ballard - auovr Liniment ac
cording to directions right away" and
it will relieve the pain and heal tho
trouble. Price 25c. 50c and $1.00
You Would Be Cured Feed the
Nerves by Using a Tonic That
Wilt Nourish Them
Every person is endowed with a certain
amount of norvous energy which is be
ing constantly drawn upon by the work,
worry aud responsibilities of our daily
life. It is also largely drawn upon dur
ing tho after-effects of wasting diseases,
Unless theso drains upon tho nerves
aro replaced by nouriihmcnt from tho
blood, tho nerves become overworked nnd
exhausted and sotno form of nervous
The value of tho tonic 'treatment with
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills lies in tho fact
that these pills do not stimulate tho al
ready exhausted nerves to keep up their
work for a time longer but that the J keep
tho blood puro and red and in that way
fully rcpfeea the norvous energy that has'
been used up.
Mrs. Frances Clark, a dressmaker, of
No. 1748-A Mission street, San Fran
ciecq, Cal., says!
"I euffw-od for about thrco years from
nervous nobility. I was very nervous
and durine molt of tho three years 1
could not sleep well. My stomach was
quite bad and I was palo and somewhat
run down. I was not able to work
"A friend urged me to tnko Dr. Wil
liams' Pink 1111s and upon doing so I
felt better from the start. I took thcin
for several weeks and gained ten pounds
in weight and am able to work every day.
I have recommended Dr. Williams Pink
Pills to many of my friends and always
with good results."
If you are suffering from any nervous
trouble, as neuralgia, sciatica, nervous
headache, nervous prostration,- nervous
dyspepsia, St. Vitus' dance, partial
Saralysis or locomotor ataxia, send to
ay for bur new booklet, "Diseases of
the Nervous System," which is free upon
request. This booklet explains how the
health of tho nerves depends on pure,
red blood and shows what Dr. Wilhama
Pink Pills have accomplished in nervous
diseases through their blood-building
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills aro sold by all
druggists, or will bo sent, postpaid, on
receipt oi priaj, ou ceuuj pur dux; six
boxes for $2.50, by tho Dr. AVilliams
Modicino Company, Schenectady, N. Y.
A WOMAN, TWO COWBOYS,
A GUN AND DEATH
united rnnss leased wieb.
Red Bluffs, Cal., May 13. Fol
lowing an argument over tho atten
tions paid a young woman, James
Corey, a cowboy, is dying here from
a gunshot wound, while Sheriff Boydo
and a posso are in pursuit of James
Farris, a cowboy.
Corey claims that Farris shot him
and fled. He said that ho attempted
to shoot at Farris, but that his re
volver was empty. '
To Close Saloons.
-I united rasas leased wiiib.i,
Reno, Nov., May 1?. Deputy
United States Marshal Goodc, of
Elko, is en route to the mining camp
of Jabrldge, in Elko county, with
instructions from United States Mar
shal H. J. Humphreys to arrest all
saloonmen In the camp, and close
the saloons. Jabrldge is located on
a government torest reserve, and a
federal law prohibits tho sale of
liquor on reserves. There aro 14 sa
loons in the town.
To Cure Cold In Ono Day.
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine
Tablotn. Druggists refund money If
It fails to euro. E. W. GROVE'S
signature on each bo. 25o TTS
PUBLIC AMAZED ATI
WORLD'S GREATEST AROH1TEC
TUBAL AND ENGINEERING
TRIUMPH DRAWS EXPRESSION
01 WONDER FROM WATCHING
Now York, April 8. Admittedly
tho greatest onginoerlng and archi
tectural triumph in history is the
new Pennsylvania station, the mag
niflconco and bigness of which is
bringing forth expressions of won
dormont from thousands of people
in ovory section of tho United States.
Its architectural grandour and the
engineering skill exerted to mako
tho station monumental In tho
world's history nave proved awo-in-splrlng
to tho thousands who have
seen the big depot or read about It.
Its classic beauty is an achieve
ment which architects doclaro has
noyor before been accomplished in
any like enterprise. Somo idea of
its size may bo gained by tho fact
that Trinity church, New York,
could be placed within tho confines
of tho mammoth Btation aud be com
pletely lost to view.
If th6 Flatlron building, Now
York, could bo laid flat -on tho
third level below the stroet in the
gigantic depot, there would still be
room to carry on good-sized busi
nesses in tho stores on either side
of the Immense building. Tho sta
tion overs eight acres of land is in
tho h irt of Now- York's business
distrid. Tho frontage on Seventh
and Eighth Avenues Is 430 feet. The
tunnels running under tho Hudson
river from the Jersoy side will bring
passengers from the west directly
into tho heart of Now York City
without tho usual trip across tho
river on forrles and tho consequent
journey to hotels In tho heart of the
After tho terminal stations is
reached tho mammoth tubes reach
out undor'East river and across to
Long Island, whore the Pennsyl
vania connects with line for polnt3
Tho genoral public in ovory cor
ner of America has become so cagor
for information about tho amazing
grandeur and awe-inspiring sizo of
tho station that tho offlclals havo
found It necessary to publish a small
book on tho ontlre enterprise, which
is being distributed, without cost,
by Samuel Moody, from the Penn
sylvania headquarters at the Union
Station in Pittsburg. The book is
profusely illustrated ' in colors and
copies mny be easily secured by sim
ply writing to Mr. Moody.
There aro many people of literary
tendencies or education who are in
tho habit of unsparingly criticising
tho laxity, bad form and poor Eng
lish of the ordinary forms of news
paper expressions, who would bo far
less critical could they understand
tho circumstances surrounding tho
production of tho articles criticised.
And were they, even for a single is
sue, to undertake the nowspapor
man's task with all its attondnnt and
multi-farlous interruptions, its com
plex requirements and, hovoring over
all, tho need of haste, they would
never again bo heard to complain.
Wo havo tho confession of a onco
crltical gentleman, tho Rev. Malcolm
James McLeon, who for somo reason
unlearned, undertook to superviso
tho publication of a single issue of
tho Pasadena (Calif.) Star, and just
before tho papor wont to press
mustered strength enough for this
"My time is now almost up as I
pen this last line; my hand is almost
paralyzed, my brain is bofuddlod,
and. I am free to confess that I am
right glad to vacate tho holy spot.
Such rush and riot and disarray,
suoh a jumblo nnd potpourri! It
strikes mo as the daily effort to
bring order out of chaos, and to do it
lightningly quick. I am reminded
of the nioioorable words 'The earth
was without form and void and dark
ness was upon the face of the deep,
and the spirit moved upon the face
of tho waters. Never will I criticize
newspaper mqn more. I shall pray
for them. Thoy will have my heart's
forbearnnco htfnoeforth and forever,
tho hardest worked, shortest lived,
poorest paid brain workers on this
weary old world of ourV"
JMUiousntitis nnd Constipation.
For years 1 was roublsd with
blllousnee and consti-n,tlon. which
made life miserable for me. My ap
petite failed ni". I lot my usual
force and vitality. Pepsin prepara
tions aud cathartics only made mat
ters worse. , I o not know where I
should have been today had I not
tried Chamberlain's utomach and
'.Ivor Tablets. The tablets relieve
the HI feeHns; at once, strengthen the
digestive funi na. purify the
stomicb., liver and blood hetplnif tin
system to do Its .work naturally
Mrs. Roes Potts. Birmingham. Ala
These tablets ar for rad by all
No jnalter what your mistakes
and failures, if you reach fo. thj
r'gbt and stick to It, you cannot be
Removed by Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound
Holly Springs, Miss. "Words aro
inadequate for mo to express what
Icines havo done for
mo. Tho doctors said
1 Inula tumor, and I
had an operation,
but was soon as bad
toyoufor ad vice, and
began to take Ljrdia
E. Pinkham's yep.
is you told me to
uo. i am giaa to
f rif nnw T lnrtlr
inrt fAfil nn xrnU that mv friends keen
asking mo what has helped mo so
much, and I gladly rocommond your
Vegetable Compound." Mus.Wiu.ib
Edwards, Holly Springs, Miss.
Ono of tho greatest triumphs of
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Cpm-
Sound is tho conquering of woman's
read enomy tumor. If you h&TO
mysterious pains, inflammatlon.ulccra
tion or displacement, don't wait for
time to confirm your fears and go
through tho horrors of a hospital opera
tion, but try Lydi.. E. rinkham's V ego
tablo compound at once.
For thirty years Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound, made from roots
for female ills, and such unquestion
able testimony as tho abovo proves tho
value of tills famous remedy, and
should give overyono confidence.
If you would liko special advico
about your case write a confiden
tial letter to Mrs. Plnkbnm, at
Xiynn, Mass. Her advice is freC
and always helpful.
This is a now preparation and a
good one. It is especially valuablo
as a cure for chronic and muscular
rhoUmUtlsm, and for the reliof from
pain which it nffords In acute in
flammatory rheumatism, Tlloso who
havo used It have invariably spoken
of It in tho highest terms of praise.
Lame back, lame shoulder and ptltf
neck are duo to rheumatism of the
muscles, usually brought on by ex
posuro to cold or damp', and are
quickly cured by applying this lini
ment freely and massaging the af
fected parts. Soreness of the mus
cles, whether induced by violent ex
orcise or injury, is allayed by this
liniment. For sale by all good drug
gists. I o
According to reports from Union,
several timbormen, who aro kooping
their names in tho background, aro
buying great tracts of timber in tho
Katherlne Creek corner of Union
county. It is bolleved tho option's
will Ijo closed soon, and if they are,
ono of tho largest doals in the coun
try In several years will bo a reality.
Commander Julius A. Pratt Post No.
143 Dept. 111.. G. A. R.
Wo havo a communication from
Mr. Isaac Cook, Commander of Julius
A. Pratt Post, Kewanee, 111. "For
quite a long timo I was botherod
with backache and pains across my
kidneys and back. About two months
ago I startod taking Foloy Kidney
Pills and soon saw thoy were doing
Just as claimed. I kopt on taking
them and now I am freo from back
ache, and tho painful bladder misery
is all gone. I like Foloy Kidney Pills
so well that I have already told many
of my friends and comrades about
them," Sold by J. C, Perry,
Gold Dust Hour
Made by the SYDNEY POWER
COMPANY, Sydney, Oregon.
Mode for Family Use.
Ask your grocer for it. Brnn
and Shorts always oa haad.
P. B. WALLACE, Agt.
fiHICHESTER S PILLS
wrrv . J his uiAuawni uuanu,
I'll! la lOtl ft;
Jane no olhrr. Jiur or roar v
years known it Ucst, tiifit. Always Rellatl
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
Iffl FRENCH. FEMALE
I ' i Sin, C.rmx B.uir for 8rmn.ii Hm.tn.tkm.
niiiri Knuwn id iaii. nni fn nmdi gui
fnllu liuuiaM or ItdfiOdcil. Hoot pr.D.14
wD.ar.iuTM. tumpiw.iw. ifreMsnU'ilitdMaiMl
fetr. tUi mao jvur .r4r, to 1
UNITCO MCDICAL CO., nort T4, t.wcTm. r.
Sold in Silam h n o R.
I make a specialty of shoe
ing and guaranteo all work.
W. A. Powell
Cor. Hindi & Commercial
Q. C. T- Co
, rit wtoier 8 Pomona and Oregon
Vf? for . Portland Monday, Wodnee
ty nnd Friday at 10 a. m., Tues
j, Thursday nnd Haturday at 6
i - For Corvallis, Tuesday, Tours
nd 8ttirdav ahoui rt-JO p. m
M. V. nALDWIN, Agt
od (Jold mnalllcV
Ith Itlum RIM. XT
Capital Journal "Want Ads" Bring
Out cent a word 'or tint tnitrtlon.
Joe-half cent a Wo d tor, each lot ertlon
thereafter. No avertUement taken for
leas than 20c Ceunt alz wards t tha
WOOD-FOR SALE. Aflh arid flr
wood delivered in 12 and 16
inch, in 4-foot lengths. Siddall
& Eaton, 670 N. Liberty. Phono
FOR SALE Good general merchan
dise business. Only store at
place. Part cash. Address O,
Journal offlco. 1-14-tf.
OUR mlsod pork sausage sells for
10c per pound. 173 South Com
mercial Btrc5t. 1-1 2-tf
FOR SALE Good 1 H. P. Stavor
gasoline engine, cneap. Inqulro
at 178 South Liberty St 5-22-tf,
FOR HAIR DRESSINCJ Facial mas
sago and manicuring, call at Elite
Massage Parlors. Room 301 U, S.
National Bank Duldlng. 4-4-tf
FOR SALE Rushford wagon, Doer
ing mowor and rako, and
hack harness, all in good con
dition; also sevor fresh cows. G.
H. Crolsan, 560 North 14th stroet.
FOR SALE 16 acres, 6-room house,
barn, flno well, family orchard,
some prunes, 12 acres in cultiva
tion, all fenced, freo from stone, 1
aero pasture, 7 miles south of Sa
lom. J. A. Pep, phono Farmers 117,
FOR SALE Ton acres; also 38 acree
with crops, stock and tools, .f. C.
Zlncer, owner. Phono Farmers 7x4
Route No. 1, Salop, Oro.
FOR SALE M. McDonald's 7-room
residence, 360 Capitol street. House
lighted by gas, heated with hot
water; full basement. Apply to E.
A. Bonnot at nursery ofllco on 12th
FOR SALE Saddle or light driving
maro for sale cheap. Apply to J.
Warner, Salem Woolen Mills.
FOR SALE Cheap. 7-room bunga
low house; now, 7 lots or 3 lots,
Inqulro 17th and "B" St.
SPECIAL CASH TRICES.
Egs and butter taken in exchange.
'50-lb sack best valley Hour, ?1.40
6-tb. whlto boons, 25c.
3 cans cholco tomatoes, 25c.
3 cans cholco corn, 25c,
3 cans choico peas, 25c.
3 cans choice beans, 25c.
Cholco Oregon bacon, per lb, 20o.
Choice Oregon shoulders, por lb,
3 largo 10c pkgs garden seed, 20c.
4 5o pkgs gard n 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 ordor.
R. N. MORRIS,
Fair Ground Feed and Grocory storo
Phono Main 1407. Freo Dolivory
FOR hi. NT.
FOR RENT Six-room modern, im
proved cottago on 14th and Bil-
vlou. W. M. Fugate, 10 per
month. Caro Journal. 6-9-1W
SALEM GRANGE NO. 17, PATRONS
of Husbandry Meets in Hurst
Hall on Stato street, on tho fourth
Saturday of each month, at 10:30
a, m. Visiting and sojourning
members welcome, F. A. Myers,
master. Zolla S. Flotchor, secre
PIANO TUNING Lutellus L.
Woods, tuning, polshing, repair
ing. Telephone 984. Shop 630
N. Winter St. 3-2-lyr
CAPITAL COLLECTION AGENCY
Phono 773. Room 320 U. 8. Na
tional .Bank Building Bldg., Sa
lem, Oro. 5-3-lm
MODERN WOODMEN of AMERICA
Orogon Cedar Camp No. 5240.
Moots every Thursday ovenlng at
8 o'clock lu Holman Hall. W. W
Hill, Counsel; F. A. Turner, Clerk
WOODMEN OF WOIlLD-Met ev
ery Friday night at 7:30 o'clock
in Holman Hall. Geo. II. Dacon. O.
0.; L. H. Fletcher. Cork. 1-10-00
SALEM HUMANE SOCIETYDr.
W. II. Byrd, presldant; Mrs. H.
W. Mayers, vlco-prasldent; Ed.
Dillingham, Reorotary. Bxooutivf
committee: Rev. BRrr O. Lee,1
Miss KUtla Moore, Mrs. B. Hofer
Canes of cruelty to animals should
be reported to tho Society for in
i , .
H. G. MBYBU & CO. TJ best untf
largest shop in the city. t3
Drst-olBM barbare. Only flrst-claur
bootblack In oity; porcelain bath
and evwrytliliiK prtalnlng to a II rat
class shop. Also carry a full lint
ot of gar and tobrtoro um barber
suppllw 102 Commercial at roe'
next door to Statesman otlloo
If n'sople will not do what you
want thsm to, try to Ilka what thay
want to do.
MEN WANTED Hop yard work.
$1.75 per day. Krebs Bros,.
Adolph Cigar Store. Phono 100.
WANTED AT ONCE One man at $5
por day as timborfaHor; 1 man. or
lady cook; 1 lady or good girl for
housework, $S per week; '?aU
ress; 5 men for sawmill, $2.25 per
day. 2 mon for farm work. A. OV"
Smith & Co., 544 State streets
WANTED Strawberry pickers for
Hood River district. - Address A.
T, Fuller, Odell, Oro,:i. 5-9-lw
LOST OR STOLEN Light brown
Jorsoy cow, about 6 years old, do
horned, had haltor on. Howard for
cither information or return ot
cow, 1394 South Sagamore. Phone
BUTTE & WENDEROTH Fln
wines .liquors and cigars. We ban
dlo tho celebrated Kellogg an
Castlo whiskies. Cool and re
freshing beer constantly oa
draught. South Commercial St ,
SALEM WATER COMPANY Office
city hall. For water servico applj
at office. Bills payable monthlr'
G. F. MASON BOX COMPANY?
247 Miller street. South Balom;
manufacturers of all klndn of
boxes, crates and fruit flryer ac
cessories. Phono 308. tt
ELLIS & WOOD Real estate..
loans ana insurance, notary pnb-
lie, employment bureau. Phono"
554. 476 Court St., Salem. Ore
gon. Ticket offlco Hamburg-Amcr-
lean steampship lines. 11-1-lyr
BUTTERNUT BREAD It is wortb
moro than any other bread, yot
tho price is no higher. For sain
at ycrur grocer's. California .Bakl
ery, Thomas & Cooley, Props.
DR. B. H. WHITE,
Osteopath and Nerve Specialists
Graduate of the American Scaool
of Osteopathy, Kirksville, Mo.,
1902. Post-graduato and special
ized in nervous diseases at Lob
Angeles Collego, 1909. Treats
acuto and chronic diseases. Con
sultation freo. Lady attendant .
Offlce, 505-6 U. S. National Bank
Bldg. Phono 859. Residence 34f
North Capitol St.; phono 469.-
THE SOUTH COMMERCIAL Street
Food Barn, at tho south end of
Mill Creek bridge 'is tho largest
and most comploto bnrn of its kind
in Marlon county. Waiting rooma
with modern conveniences; blaok
smlth shop in barn, where patrons
may havo horses shod while thoy
attend to business around town.
Prompt apd courteous treatmont to
all. W. F. R. Smith, proprietor.
PAINTERS, PAPER HANGERS.
PAINTER AND PAPER HANGAR
Estimates made and flrst-cliiaa
work done. I. D. Drivor, 61T '
North Capitol stroot, Salom, Or.
Phono 026, 6-26-tf
THEO. M. BARR Plumbing, hot
water and Bteain Heating- and tin
ning, 164 Commercial St. Phono.
Main 192, .D-l-lyr
OTTO MUELLHAUPT Plumbinff,
heating, gas fitting; prlcoo reas
onable; work guaranteed; esti
mates furnished. Phono 373
j.aGC Chomeketa ctreot. 4-17-tf
SALEM TRANSFER CO. Succes
sors to Cummins Bros. Tranafo
ordors for transferring promptly
attended to. Wo also carry a lino
of building material, plaster, cp
mont,, lime, building blocks and
fancy cement blocks.
LIVERY Si ABLE.
AT POSTOFFIOE LIVERY AND
Sale Stable. Forry street, between
Commercial and Front, Telo-
phone 188. Good sorvlco guar
anteed. Second-hand rigs for
sale. E. E. Gillian, Prop.
Will Proinnto Beauty.
Women desiring beauty got won
dsrliil help from Bucklon's Arnica
Salve. It banlshos pimples, skin
eruptions, sores and boils. It makes
tho skin soft nnd volvoty. It glori
fies tho fuco. Cures soro eyes, cold
sores, cracked lips, ohnpped hands.
Bast for burns, scalds, fever sores,
cute, bruises and Pilas. 25a at J. O.
i o 1
A good ninny 8lem peopla havo
ueon tho oomat, without gutting Uialr
natfloa in flie papers.
Wlint Iflvorybofly Wants .
Everybody desires good health
which Is impossible unless the kid
neys are sound nnd healthy. Foley's
Kidney Remedy should be taken tit
the first indlnatlon of any irregular
ity, pain in the back and head, nerv-
ousuess Hud exhaustion, an.i a serious
Illness may be averted Remember
you cannot live without your kidneys
nnd you emiuot bo sound and well
unless they perform their wrrk p,rop -erly.
Foloy'a Kldjay Remedy villi
build up worn out tissues, nnd re
store yor kidneys to their normal
state. Sold by J. C. Perry.