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DALLY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON'. WEDNESDAY, JUNE JB, 1010.
TWO WOMEN CURED
AFTER OTHER TREAT
MENT PROVED FAILURE
ONE HAD SUFFERED FOR YEARS AND ALL THE DOCTORS
HAD FAILED WITH HER LIKE OTHERS TO KNOW IT.
One of These Women Was in a Dangerous Condition, but Fer
Don's Medical Experts Made Her Quite Well.
Fer-Don and His Experts Are
248 N. Commercial
This is a testimonial for women
yho are sick and despondent, and
deals with the caro ot two women
Who are well known in Orovllle and
vicinity; It Is well worth reading. Aa
Ella Wheeler Wilcox says. It Is a
beautiful thing to die, but it la a
terriblo thing to bo sick, poor and
miserable while you llvo. In chron
icling the results of Fer-Don's Eu
ropean Medical Experts' treatment,
I do so in the cases of two women.
I have not trusted anything to mom:
ory, but have made notes as to my
observations and Investigations
about Fer-Don and his bloodless sur
geons, and I think it a duty to let
the public know the full truth and
details of Fer-Don's wonderful ex
Asked for Two Cases.
The newspaper , representative
then asked Fer-Don if ho could con
sent to give the names and addresses
JAMES 3L FEIMK)N.
Originntor of the European Medical Experts, Who Aro Now In Salem.
nf , twn wnmnn whom bis doctors . dred gall stones. No knife", no pain
have cured there-, in Orovlllo, This
Fer-Don gladly -consented to do, ami
called my attention to the case of
Mrs.,-M. Thomas, about three miles
out of Oroville. Mrs. Thomas' was
accompanied by hor husband, and In
the condition she was in she cer
tainly needed some one to look after
her every minute.
Was Extremely Nervous.
There wns evidence of mental as
well as phys'cal sufforlng, and my
heart went out to that poor woman
when I saw what a Btato she was in.
She was willing to grasp at any
thing promising cure, as a. drowning
man would grasp at a straw. It Is
-almost useless to describe this wo
man's condition dragging pains,
constipation, torpid liver, backncho
and worst of all nervousness.
Suffering Was Intense.
She described her symptoms and
different treatments that other doc
tors had presorlbcd, and told of
money spent without gottlng any ro-
lief; that sho was discouraged and
despondent, and that her suffering
was almost unbearable. Fains
across the back and kidneys; a feel
ing of complete exhaustion; tired
and worn down at times, could hard
ly drag orio -foot after the other;
pains across the liver.
Fer-Don's Medical Expert made a
complete examination, and found the
lady in a terrible condition, but soon
discovered the cause of her slcknes3,
and at onco began treating her.
Fer-Don's expert claimed that Mrs.
Thompson liver was enlarged and
that it refused to eradicate the bile
as nature Intended; also that the
'gall duct became obstructed, which
necessitated immediate 'attention. A
peculiar looking mediclno was com
pounded by the expert and only
ttiree doses given to Mrs. Thomas
and to the surprise of Mrs. Thoma3,
she was relioved of over one hun-
Lwas experienced. It .would certainly
do every suffering woman good to
hear Mrs. Thomas tejl hor story.
How quickly she got well through
FerDon's Medical Experts, after oth
er doctors had tried- for years to
cure her and failed. She does toll
it, too, every chance she gets.
Glad to Tell About It.
When asked by her friends and
neighbors what she thinks of Fer
Don's exports, she. replies: "Fer
Don's experts' treatment Is all right
and I feel fine. I can sleep good,
and eat good, too. My back is
strong now and the terrible pain I
suffered has left my body. Yes, the
troatment has wofked wonders for
mo, and I am glad I went and saw
Fer-Don's European Doctors.
The Caso of Mrs. M. Mahle.
The next case was that of Mrs. M.'
Mahle, who lives out in the county
12 miles east of Orovllle.
Suffered Several Years.
- "I have been sick for several
JUDGING RY APPEARANCES
Of course everybody does that, and
Laundry Work can't be Judged anj
other woy. Everything subjected tr
our artistic treatmont comes out at
clean as a polished surface, as clear
as crystal and as bright as a sum
mer's day. Articles washed proper
ly last twice as long and look tweo
ty times better than goods badlj
Iniindrtftd. We make cheap Jabrl
masquerade for something better.
S4LBM LAUNDRY CO.,
Phone 25. 180-100 Boutli Liberty St
Now in Salem Offices
Street, Phone 1112.
years and I have doctored and doc
tored before I triod Fer-Don's ex
perts. Some of them gnvo mo two
or three dlfforent kinds of mediclno,
and then I tried patent medicines,
but I got no better. I seemed to get
worse till the time. I oven trlod
physicians lu San Francisco, but re
ceived no boneflt until I went and
consulted Fer-Don's Europoan Med
ical Experts and Bloodless Surgeons.
Well, I can say this much( that thoy
understood their profession, and I
wasn't there threo minutes before
tho expert discovered my disease
and described my case better than
I could myself. I havo been under
treatment of Fer-Don's experts only
a few days, and I feel llko two new
women. I am greatly Improved. I
;eat and sleep just fine and am free
from pains, and highly endorso Fer
The Great Fer-Don and his Euro
pean Medical Experts, now In your
city. Their offices are located at
the Hotel Eldridge, 248 N. Commer
cial street. Phono 112. Offlco
hours from 10 to 12 a. m.; 12 to 4
p. m. and 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays 10
to 12, noon.
San Francisco, June 14. Wheat
Australian and Propo, $1.55
1.67: 'Sonora, $1.651.60; good
to choice, Calif, club, $1.421.45:
Northern wheat, bluestem, $1.50
1.55 Club, $1.421.45; Turkey,
$1.42 1.47 ; Russian Red,
Barley Feed barley, good to
choice, - $1.03 1.06; fancy,
$1.07; poor to fair, $101.02;
brewing and shipping, $1.10
1.12; Chevalier, nominal. New
feed barley to arrive, $11.02.
Eggs Per dozen, Calif., fresh,
Including cases: extras,' 26 c;
firsts, 25c; seconds, 23c; thirds,
Buter Per pound, Calif, fresh:
extras, 28c; firsts, 27c; seconds,
New cheese Per lb., now Calif,
flats, fancy, 14c; firsts, 13 c; sec
onds, 12 c; Calif. Young America,
fancy, 10c; firsts, 15c; storage,
New York Cheddars, fancy, 20c; do
singles, 20c; Wisconsin singles, fan
Potatoes New river whites,
choice, per box, 40 60c; extra, Go,
'80c; per cental, 75 $1.00; gar
net chile, per cental, 90$1.
Unions New red, per sack, $1.50
f)1.65; Yellow, per cental, $1.50
1.G5; extra wharf, $1.4001.50,
Citrus fruits Per box: oranges,
cho'ce, $1.50 2.50; extra choice,
$2.503.25; Valenclns, $1.753.25
Local Wholesale Market.
Flour, hard wheat $5.35
Flour, valley $4.60
Mill feed, bran $24.00
Wheat, bushel 85c
Oats, bushel 3740o
Hay, cheat- $17.00
Hay, oat $17.00
Vetch hay ; $15 17
Hops, 1909 cro..p 9c12
Chittlm bark 44c
Potatoes, bu 20c
Apples, bushel 75c$1.25.
Butter and Eggs.
Butter, creamery 29c
Butter, country 20 22c
Broilers and fryers 22c
Roosters (young) 12 c
Rooster (old) Ge
Turkeys 18 20c
Steers (under 1Q00 lb) . . . $4.50 5
Steers (1000 to 1200 lb).. $4 4
Hogs, lat '.99c
Stock 6c 8
Ewes t . . &c
Spring lambs 8c
Veal, according to quality. ...7 8c
SHAKE INTO Y0UR SHOES
Allen's Foot-Ease, tho antl-septlc
powder. It cures painful, smarting,
nervous feet, and Instantly takes tho
sting out of corns and bunions, It's
the greatest comfort discovery of tho
age. Allen's Foot-Ease makes tight
or new shoes fool easy. It Is a cer
tain cure for sweating, callous, swol
len, tired, aching feet. Always use
It to break In now snoes. Try it to
day, Sold everywhere. By mall 25c
In stamps. Don't accept any substi
tute. For free trial package address
Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
Lots of men, living lu dry coun
ties, can toll at a glance just how
many quarts and pints a suitcase will
Wants To Help Soma One,
For 30 years J. F. Boyer, of
Fertile, Mo., needed help and couldn't
find It. That's why he wants to help
some one now. Suffering so long
bJniBalf he fpela for all distress from
backache, norvousness, loss of appo
tlte, lassitude and kidney disorder
He shows that Eleetrlc Bitters! wor)
wonders for such troubles. "Five
bottlM," he writes, "wholly cured
roe and now I, am well and hearty,'
ty's alto positively guaranteed foi
Uvr Trouble, dyspepsla.blood djs
orders, femajo complaints and ma
larla. Try them. GOc at J. Ot Perry
A Bai Humor Broke Ont as
a Small Sore - Intense
Merini for " Five Years.
A Permanent Cure by Hood's
"On getting up one morning I found
what seemed to be a mosquito bite on
the calf of my right leg. Soon tho
eoro grew larger and continued day
after day, becoming more and more
troublesome. One physician advised
poulticing, another physician told mo
to use a rubber bandage, but tho sore
grew worse until there was not a spot
of healthy skin as largo as a ten-cent
piece between my knee and ankle.
A third physician prescribed a paste,
and then a specialist In scrofulous
troubles treated me for a year. The
sore seemed to be healing, but In a few
months broke out as bad as ever. I
had now been suffering for more than
Ave y6ars. My leg was a dreadful
sight. There were places so large and
deep that an egg might have been put
Into them. I was told tho leg must
"One day a neighbor spoke 'of the'
value of. Hood's Sarsaparilla for
scrofula, and I thought I might as
well take It. Before I finished the
first bottle, I suffered less pain and
could see the edges of the sore begin
ning to heal.
"So I continued taking Hood's Sar
saparilla, and before long the sore was
completely healed and my general
health perfect. I believe it my duty,
to tell what Hood's Sarsaparilla has
done for me." Mrs. Josephine Sar
gent, 28 Lincoln street, Exeter, N. H.
Hood's Sarsaparilla effects Its won
derful cures, not simply because It
contains sarsaparilla but because It
combines the utmost remedial values
of more than 20 different ingredients,
each greatly strengthened and en
riched by' this peculiar combination.
There Is no real substitute for it. If
urged to buy any preparation said to
be "Just as good" you may be sure it
Is inferior, costs less to make, and
yields the dealer a larger profit. Got
Today In usual liquid form or In choc
olated tablets known as Sarsatabs.
(Continued from page threo.
THE LINN COUNTY
The annual Pioneers' Picnic of
Linn county begins this year on
Wednesday, Juno 22 and continues
for threo days. This is one of tho
great public functions not only of
Linn county but also of this wholo
section of .the Willamette Valley.
,' It Is scarcely necessary to empha
size to .those who have attended the
gatherings of the past, tho congenial
social atmosphere, the natural at
tractiveness of the grounds, ' the
literary excellence and entertaining
qualities of the programs, also tho
numerous side attractions which
cover tho grounds.
As In tho past so this year tho pic
nic is held in Cosbow's Park in tho
pretty little city of Brownsvlllo on
the Calapooia river. Here amid his
toric surroundings and memories tho
pioneers love to gather and exchange
tales of long ago and to entertain
their posterity with romlnnlscences
of interest and adventure respecting
life of half a century .ago. Hero re
sides James Blakely tho peer pioneer
of 97 summers, and tho aged "Aunt
Eliza" tho last of the Calapooya
The object of the picnic, of courso,
is to havo a royal good time. It Is
to offor recreation and entertain
ment. Tho program has been so
planned that tho most fastidious will
find congenial enjoyment, and tho
cynic find nothing to criticise. There
will bo balloon ascensions with
parachute jumps and baseball games
every day. Bands from various
places will furnish cliolco music.
There will bo also vocal music of all
kinds, quartettes trios, solos, etc.,
rendered by some of the best tnlont
in Linn county; speeches by pioneers
and important addresses by prom
inent speakers. Some of tho most
noted speakers are Hon. Robt. C.
Smith, Hon. C. N. McArthur and Hon.
M. A. Mlllor.
Sporting interest will cluster In
the ball park where Brownsville will
meet some of her keenest rivals, On
tho 23d Junction City will cross, bats
with the local team; on tho 24th the
Albany Alco Club will endeavor to
settle tho score of last year; on the
25th, tho gamo will bo of unusual
Interost as tho Chemawa Indians
come with a good record.
Events begin Wednesday about 10
a. m. when the ploneors will form cn
Spauldlng avenue and march kln a
body to the picnic grounds. Tlioro
tho program will begin and will bo
carried through as published. Also
every evening up town on Spauldlng
avonue from 7 to 8 the bands will
rendsr concert programs.
By all means. plan to be present
at the Pioneer's Picnic. It will be
better than vsr. You will miss the
best thing of the summer If you mlM
this hlsiorlMl gathering. ,
To Cure tToTfl In One Dny,
Take LAXATIVE BROMQ. Onlnl
Tablets. Druggists refund mono?
It falls to cure. E. W. GROVE'?
signature on each bo. I fie TTS
SOUTHERN PACTFIO RY. CO.
Time Tablo 68.
Effective Sunday, January 1,
1910 12:01 a. m.
No. 16 Oregon Express . 6:15 a.m.
No. 18 Portland Passenger 7:43 p.m.
No. 20 Portland Passenger 3:12 p.m.
No. 14 Portland Express 8:20 n.tn
No. 12 ShaBtaLlmlted . . . . 12:35p.
No. 13 San Francisco Ex.. 3:31a. n
No. 19 Ashland Passenger. ll:01a.m
No. 17 RosoburgPassenger 6:46p.m
No. 15 California Express. 9156p.m.
No. 11 Shasta Limited .. 7:48 p.m.
No. 226 Way Freight .... 9:50a.m.
No .222 Portland Fast Frt. 10:45p.m.
No. 225 Way Freight. .. .12:35p.m.
No. 221 Portland Fast Frt. 2:43a.m
OREGON ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
Local Leaves For
Portland and Intor 6:40 a.m.
Portland-Hillsboro Inter . . 8:65 a.m.
Portland and Inter 11:15 a.m.
Portland and Inter 2:00 p.m.
Port, Tualatin, Hlllsboro. 8:20 p.m.
Portland-Hillsboro Inter.. 4:00p.m.
Portland and Inter . .... 6:20 p,m.
Portland and Inter 8160 p.m.
local Arrive From.
Portland and Inter 8:26 tun.
Portland-Hillsboro Inter.. 9:50a.m.
Port, Hlllsboro, Tualatin. 10: 46 a.m.
Portland and Inter 1:00 p.m.
Portland-Hillsboro Inter.. 4:00 p.m.
Portland and Inter 5:50 p.m.
Portland and inter...... 8:30 p,m.
Portland Theater train. .10:40 p.m.
Salem, Falls City & Western Ry
Leavo West Salem ror:
Dallas, Falls City and Black Rock
9:00 a. m.
Dallas, Falls City and Black-Rock
1:30 and 4:36 p. m.
Sunday Trains for:
Dallas & Black Rock
9:00 a. m. and 1:35 p. m.
Trains Arrive at West Salem from
Dallas . 8:15 a. m.
Black Rock and Dallas . .12:20 p. m.
Falls City 4:15 p. m.
NEW SUNDAY SCHEDULE
SALEM, FALLS CITY AND WEST
ERN RAILWAY COMPANY
Passenger Tariff No. 11.
Nnmlng Special Sunday Round Trip
Commencing Sunday, May 29,
1910, and In effect each succeeding
Sunday until and Including Sunday,
September 20th, 1910.
Rate in Cents.
West Falls Black
Between Salem Dallas City Rock
Black Rock ..150 75
Falls City . ...125 50
Dallas 75 ... 50 75
West Salem 75 125 150
Children Children ot half faro
age, one-half of the adult faro.
Sale Dates Sundays only.
Limit All tlckots will be be good
for continuous passage In each di
rection, good only on date of sale.
Baggage No baggage will be
checked on these tickets.
Issued, May 17, 1910.
Effective, Sunday, May 29, 1910.
LOUIS GERLINOER, JR.,
Thero Is one thing about an ego
tistical person: He is not talking
about his neighbors.
In sickness, If a certain hidden
norvo goes wrong, then tho organ
that this norvo controls will also
surely fall. It may bo a stomach
nervo, or It may have given strength
and support to tho heart or kldnoys.
It wns Dr. Shoop that first polntea
to 'this vital truth, Dr. Shoop's Re
storative was not made to doso the
stomach nor to temporarily stimu
late tho heart or kidneys. That old
fashioned mothod Is all wrong. Dr.
Shoop's Restorative goes directly to
thoso falling norves. Tho remarka
ble success of this prescription dem
onstrates tho wisdom of treating the
actual causo of these falling organ3.
And It Is Indeed easy to provo. A
simple fivo or ten days' test' will
surely tell. Try It onco, and see!
Sold by Capital Drug Store
The people nro always expecting;
letters of great Importance; but did
you ovor get ono?
Many romarkablo euros of stom
ach troubles havo been effected by
Chamberlain's Stomach and Live'
Tablets. One man who had spent
over two thousand lollare for medi
clno and treatment was cured by u
few boxes of these tablets. Price, 23
cents. Samples free at all good
When there Is steak, and Mr. Man
expresses rogrot that It Isn't fish, bis
wife always answers with a dash or
two of vinegar, "Ilow did you expect
mo to know you would rather havo
fish? I'm no mind reader."
GREAT CHINESE DOCTOR
L. M, HUM
has med'clhe which will euro any
known' disease. lie makes a special
ty of and guarantees to euro catarrh
asthma, lung, throat, rheumatism
debility, stomach, liver, kidney
troubles; also any blaakoned or
swollen soreness, broken limbs;
smallpox, epidemic; all kinds of
bolls, lost manhood, female weak
ness, hernia troubles and -paralysis
Consultation free. Care of -Ylek
Tone Co., Chinese drugs and herb
153 High street, upstairs. Salem,
Capital Journal "Want Ads" Bring
0t cent a word 'or tint ImertUn.
3ne-blf cent wo d for each Inaertloa
lereafter. No advertUement taken -for
leti than 25c Ceunt air wtrda U th
OUR mixed pork sausage bmIIs for
10c per pound. 173 South Com
mercial stroot. 1-12-tf
FOR SALE Good 1W H. P. Staver
gasollno engine, cheap. Inquire
at 178 South Liberty St. 5-22-tf
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. Bennet at nursory offlco on 12th
WOOD FOR SALE Now is the
time to buy your wood, while It Is
cheap. Sumner delivery. Ash,
oak and fir. Slddall & Eaton, 570
North Liberty. Phone 1663.
FOR SALE 30 acres, clearod.
Plonty of wood, water and fruit,
fair buildings, two miles to Ore
gon Electric nnd boat landing.
All -personal property goes In for
$100 per ncro. Will take house
In Salem in part payment 20
acres of this placo, ten cloared,
buildings and fruit, $1,750. Ad
dress J. L. Kinney, Routo 1, Box
61. Hubbard. - 6-9-2wk
FOR SALE Excolient lot 5 blocks
from postofllco, 50x168 feet, for
$400, $25 down, balance $10 por
month. Seo Homer H. Smith, 5
McCornack Bldg. Phono 96 or
FOR SALE An elegant. $400 piano,
nbsolutoly good as now, Used only
;U few months, will sell for $200;
also lino music cabinet and sowing
machine at about tho samo rato;
party going East. 292 N. Summer
street, Phono Main 789. 6-143t
WANTED Woman to do housework
on farm; no washing. Box 45, R.
F. D. No. 2, Gervals, Oro. 6-2 -tf
WANTED Two first class starch
lroners at tho Salom Laundry Co.
WANTED Experienced chamber
mald at Railroad Hotel, Albany,
WANTED AT ONCE Man to work
on grub machine. Men for town.
Cooks for hotols nnd families.
Fourth cook $30 for first morith,
and $37 for second month. Good
girls for gonoral house work.
Man to buy one-half Interest in
good paying business. A. C,
Smith & Co., 544 Stato St., phone
WANTED Forty raspborry pickers
ono-half mile south of Chomawa.
N. C. Jorgensen, Salem, Box 30,
Routo 9. 6-12-lw
FOR RENT Two nlco front rooms at
440 Mill St. Enquire at houso.
' f s C-14-6t
FOR SALE Standard bred gelding;
paces In 2:08; trots In 2:13; name
"Santa Rita Boy,' by Diablo;
guaranteed; 8-yoars-old. Also
standard brod stallion colt for
sale. II, J Mutschlor, Stayton,
FOR SALE Tho following land has
been placod. In my hands to soil:
10,000 acres of farming land, lo
cated 'In Morrow and Gilliam coun
ties; 80 acres oi land, 16 miles
from Spokane, Wash.; 192 acres
near Whltraun, Wash., and 1100
acres in Columbia county, Wash,
For particulars and Information
call on or wrlto mo at tho Journal
ofllco, Salem, Oro. R, M. Hofer.
LOST Pension . papors botweon
Bush bank and Rlggs Drug store.
Roturn to Bush Bank. Rownrd.
Simon H. Whlto. 614-2t
SALEM GRANGE NO. 17, PATUO.Nr
of Husbandry Meets In Ilu-i"
Hall on Stato stroot, on the tnurti
Saturday of each month, nt IP'S'
a, m. Visiting nnd sojourning
mombers wolcome. F, A. Myr
master. Zella 8. Fletcher, nocr
tary. 12.31-1 v
BLOOD DISORDERS- Rheumatltiin.
torpid llvor, permanently curod
free. Consult one who suffered
years. Write C. A. Mprehnll, 711
University 8t.. Seattlo, Wash-
Tlio Ills Honil
Is of tw kind" oouo'lt anil the big
head that- oum from a slQk h(md
noha, D'jes your head ever fee) .like
a gpurd and your brain feel looe
and sore? You can cure It In no
time by acting on "-orr liver with
Ballard's Herblne. Isn't It worth
trying for tho absolute and certain
relief you'll i:wt)
BUTTE & WENpEROTH FlM
wines .liquors and cigars. Wo han
dle the celebrated Kellogg Bi
Castlo whiskies. Cool and re
freshing beer constantly ea
draught. South Commercial St.
SALEM WATER COMPANY Of0.ee.
city hall, For water sorvico apply
at ofllco. Bills payable monthJx
In advance. A
G. F. MASON BOX COMPANY
247 Miller street, 8outh Salem:
manufacturers of all kinds at
boxes, crates and fruit dryer ac
cessories. Phono 308. it
ELLIS & WOOD Real estate
loans and Insurance, notary pub
lic, employment bureau. Phess
564. 476 Court St., Salem. Ore
gon. Ticket offlco Hamburg-American
steampshlp linos. 11-1-lyr
PIANO TUNING Lutellue L.
Woods, tuning, polshlng, repair
ing.' "Telephono 984. Shop fife
N. Winter St. 8-2-ljr
HOW TO KILL CANADA THISTLES
, so they will never oppoar again.
Any man who wants to know, X
will tell him how to do It for $10,
Louis Boilfus, Route 6, Salem, Or
BUTTERNUT BREAD It la wort
more than any other bread, y?
the price is no higher. For sals
at your grocer's. California Bak
ery, Thomas .& Cooley, Props.
THF SOUTH COMMERCIAL Stroot
Feed Barn, at t' e south end ot
Mill Creok bridge is the largest
and most complote barn of its kind
In Marlon c unty. Waiting rooms
with modern conveniences; black
smith shop In barn, where patrons
may havo horses shod whllo they
attend to business around town.
Prompt and courteous treatment to
nil. W. F. R. Smith, proprietor.
PAINTERS, PAPER HANGERS.
PAINTER AND PAPER HANGER
Estimates made and first-class
work done. I. D. Driver, 61T
North Capitol street, Salom, Or.
Phono 926. 6-26-tf
THEO. M. BARR Plumbing, hot
water and steam noatlng and tin
ning, 164 Commercial St. Phone,
Main 192. ' 9-l-lyr
OTTO' MUELLHACJPT Plumbing
heating, gas fitting; prices reas
onable; work guaranteed; esti
mates furnished. Phone 378
u06 Chemeketa street. 4-17-tf
SALEM TRANSFER CO. Succes
sors to Cummins Bros. Transfer
orders for transferring promptly
attended to. Wo also carry a 11ns
of building material, plaster, ce
ment, lime, building blocks and
fancy cement blocks.
LIVERY. Si ABLE.
POST OFFICE LIVERY STABLE
and Sale Stable, Fine turnouts.
Good service. Second hand rigs
for sale. E. E. Gillian, Prop.
254 Ferry St, For a rig tolephono
H. G. MEYER & CO. The best and
largeat shop In tho elty. Six
first-class barbers, Only first-class
bootblack In city; porcelain baths
and everything pertaining to a first
class shop. Also carry a full Una
of cigars and tobacco and barbers'
supplies. 162 Commercial ntroo.,
next door to Statesman office.
MODERN WOODMEN of AMERICA
Orogon Cedar Camp No, 5246.
Meets overy Thursday evening at
8 o'clock lu Holman Hall. W. W.
Hill, Counsel; F. A. Turner, Clerk.
WOODMEN OF WORLD Meet ev
ery Friday night at 7:30 o'clock
in Holman Hall. Geo. H. Dacon. C.
O.s L. H. Fletcher, Cork. 1-10-08
SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY Dr.
W. H. Byrd, presldont; Mre. H.
W. Meyers, vice-president; Ed.
GlUIngham, secretary. Executive
committee: Rev. Bnrr G. Lee,
MIbs Klttlo Moore, Mrs. E. Hofer.
Caaee of cruelty to animals should
be reported to tho Society tor In-
A. O. U. W. PROTECTION Lodge
No. 2 meets overy Monday even
ing nt 8:00 p. m., In Holman
Hull, cornor State and Liberty Sta.
George P. Litchfield, M. W. A.
Eugono Aurrnnc, Recorder.
Boforo boating our swords Into
plowehnros It might be wejl for us to
learn the soft answer that turnoth
Tell some deserv:ng rhoumatto
sufferer. thero U yet one slmpla
way to osrtain relief. Gat Dr.
Snoop's bdok du ftujuuWl&in and a
free trial test. This book will make
It entirely eler how rbeuniat'.o
pains are quickly killed Uy Dr.
Shoop's Rheumat'c Remidy liquid
or tablets. Send no money. The
test is free. Surpr'se some disheart
ened sufferer by first getting for him
the book from Dr. Shoop. Rnclne,
Wis, -Capital Drug Storp,