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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY JUNE 10, 1010.
PROMINENT WOLF CREEK LADY
RELIEVED OF BALL STONES
BY BLOODLESS SURGERY; NO KNIFE; NO BLOOD
Salem is Just.' now entertaining
some of the Greatest Medical Ex
perts that over earned the gratitude
of tho sick by restoring them to per
lect health. Tho great Fer-Don and
Ills staff of European Medical Ex
ports and Bloodless Surgeons are
now here at Hotel Eldridge, 248 N.
Commercial St., Salem, Ore., and
have already begun a record of
cures that promises to equal at least
those they worked in San Francisco,
L03 Angeles and Oakland the past
three years in California. From all
theso cities come letters and tele
grams tolling just what kind of men
Fer-Don's experts are; what they are
and what they have done. To all
inquiries ' addressed to tho cltie3
whero Fer-Don is known, the rpply
every timo is that he is a good man.
a man of his word, and his experts
are wonderful healers by means ot
their new European method of treat
ment, not a complaint that they have
ever broken their word or failed to
do everything the-y have promised.
Not a single statement that these
medical experts over undertook a
case 'they did not cure If curable.
And who are these who vouch for
their integrity, their manhood, their
power and their skill in which they
cure diseases? Tho obscure, the un
known, the Irresponsible? Not one
of them. Bank presidents, mayors
of cities, editors, business men,
"housewives, who have known what
it is to look death squarely in the
face the patients they have saved.
These are the best vouchers any mnn
can have, and Fer-Don's experts have
them by the score. A few of theso
recommendations are given herewith,
and the history of a few of the hun
dreds of cases that have been cured.'
Some told by the patients whom
they have cured, some by related
people who know the facts In the
Gall Stones Removed. ,
From a prominent Wolf Creek,
The offices of the European medi
cal experts wore crowded yesterday
at 248 N. Commercial St., Salem,
Ore., Many asked to see the great
Fer-Don, but were told that it was
impossible, as Fer-Don does not ex
amine patients or treat them, but
were informed that tho European
medical experts and the bloodless sur
geon would attend to their ills. One
woman who was in tho reception
Toom stated that her name was Mrs.
Katherln Swim of Wolf Creek, Ore
Bon, and that she had been sick for
several years. She consulted several
physicians. She heard of the great
Fer-Don and the European Medical
Experts, and they told her they
could remove the gall stones In 24
hours, with Just three doses of medi
cine and true to thefr word Mr3.
Swim was relieved of many gall
atones by just three doses of medl-
c'ne and she has them In a Jar. Tho
reputation of the European Medical
Experts is established in Salem and
multitudes of prominent citizens
iiavo been treated by them.
An Interesting case is that of t
young woman living at Coallnga.
Calif. Her name is Mrs. J. L. Mc
Klttrlck. Her case had been given
up by physicians; physicians cried:
"Operate; use tho knife." No won
der this woman came to our ex
perts," said Fer-Don. She had been
scared to death by doctors who
wanted to operate on her. She was
troubled with cancers. She heard of
our bloodless surgery, whereby our
experts used wo knife. She traveled'
miles to see us. My experts put her
under treatment and my experts re
moved cancers from this youns
woman's face. No knlfo was used."
'Crowd Mnrvels nt Ease With Which
Patient Is Relieved of Growth on
. tho Rack of ills Head by tho
Bloodless , Physician.
At least 3000 expectant persons,
anxious to seo for themselves just
how the bloodless operations of tho
European exports are performed,
gathered on Virginia street last
evening at Fer-Don's free show. At a
little before 9 o'clock the first part
of tho minstrel entertainment over,
'the 6tage was cleared and a commit
tee of citizens and professional men
was Invited to witness the removal
at close range. Quite a number of
persons took advantage of tho invi
tation and gathered up close to the
stage. Mr. Miller, who Is employed
at. Herbert Brothers' butcher shop
was then Introduced. He bad a largo
tumor on the baok of his head. Tho
European medical expert then ap
plied a proparatiqn to tho head of
Mr. Miller, dissolved the outer cov
ering, of tho tumpr inside of a very
few -moments Urn. entire growth was
out. No knife was used, thore was
no pain and no blood. Hundreds
MT and marveled at the way tho.
thing was dono. Many of these oeme
into . the entertainment skeptical,
saying the operation could not be
performed painlessly and bloodlessly,
as had been promised. Theso left
satisfied that the Great Fer-Don had
known whereof he spoko when ho
said tho European experts could con
quor dlscoso and remove tumors,
cancers and gall stones without op
oration. For they had come through
with flying colors In tho ono case
whqre others perhaps would have
failed, and If they could do this there
was reason to believe they could suc
cessfully perform other cures they
From tho Vallejo Evening Nows,
July 27, 1909.
The abovo testimonials are only a
teyt of the many hundreds received
daily from grateful women from Sac
ramento, Oakland, Roseburg, Redd
ing, Eugene and Medford and vicini
ty, as well as other portions of the
country each of whom aro loud in
thier praises for theso experts.
Wherever theso learned physicians
ha,vo remained for any length of
time Los Angeles, San Francisco,
Oakland, and all the large cities in
the east they have brought sun
shine and happiness into the lives
and homes of hundreds of suffering
mothers, wives, sisters and sweet
hearts, by their wonderful cures.
A charge of $1.00 is made for ex
amination and consultation. Office
hours from 10 a. m. to 12 noon, 2
to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m. Sunday 10 a.
m. until noon.
Offices at Hotel Eldridge, 248 N.
Commercial St., Salpm, Or.
f 1 1 fcL Y L J L t
San Francisco, Juno 14. Wheat
Australian and Propo, $1.55
1.57; Sonora, $1.55 1. GO; good
to choice, Calif, club, $1.42 1.45.
Northern wheat, bluestem, '$1.5,0
1.55 Club, $1.42 1.45; Turkey,
$1.42 1.47; Russian Red,
Barley Feed barley, .good '.o
choice, $1.03 fi 1.0G ; .fancy.
$1.07; poor to fair, $11.02;
brewing and shipping, $1.10
1.12; Chevalier nominal. New
feed barley to arrive, $11.02.
Eggs Per dozen, Calif., . fresh,
including cases extras, 2Gc;
firsts, 25c; seconds, 23c; thirds.
Buter Per pound, Calif, fresh:
extras, 28c; firsts, 27c; seconds,
New cheese Per lb., new Calif,
flats, fancy, 14c; firsts, 13 c; sec
onds, 12 c; Calif. Young America,
fancy, 16 c; firsts, 15c; storage,
Now York Cheddars, fancy, 20c; do
singles, 20c; Wisconsin singles, fan
Potatoes Now river whites,
choice, per box, 40 60c; extra, 63
'80c; per cental, 75 $1.00; gar
net chile, per cental, 90$1.
Unions New red, per sack, $1.50
1.65; Yellow, percental, $1.50
1.G5! extra wharf, $1.401.50.
Citrus fruits Per box: oranges,
choice, $1.502.50; extra choice,
$2.50 3.25; Valencias, $1.75 3.25
Local Wholesale Market.
Flour, hard wheat $5.35
Flour, valley $4.60
Mill feed, bran $24.00
Shorts '. $25.00
Wheat, bushel S5c
Oats, bushel 3740o
Hay, cheat ;.$ 17.00
Hay, oat ... $17.00
Vetch hay -.$15 17
Hops, 1909 cro..p 9c 12
Chlttim bark 44c
Wool 15c 19
Potatoes, bu ..20c
Apples, bushel 75c$1.25
Butter and Eggs.
Butter, creamery 29c
Butter, country 2022o
Broilers and fryers 22c
Hens '. 16c
Roosters (young) 12 c
Rooster (old) Cc
Turkeys 18 20c
Ducks i 12 c
Steers (under 1000 lb) . . .$4.505
Steers (1000 to 1200 tb).,$44
Cows ' $3 4
Hogs, fat ,.99c
Ewes , ...0c
Spring lambs K'
Veal, according to quality, ...78c
is the only fit description for the
man or woman who is crippled with
rheumatism. Just a few rheumatic
twinges may be tho forerunner of a
severe attack stop the trouble at
the start with Ballard's Snow Lini
ment. Cures the rheumatism and
all pain. Price 26o, 50c and $1.00.
Sold by all dealers.
Some Coos Bay men would, swell
up and bust If they didn't get mar.
rled and have earae of the ooneelt
taken out of them, '
DEFER ACTION ON
ftJNITKP PBE8S LEASED WlItE.l
Washington, Juno 15. It was de
cided today to defer action on the
conferenco report on tho railroad
bill until tho senators familiarize
themselves with the measure, as It
has been reported to thom. Under
tho rules tho house cannot take up
tho measure until It has been passed
by tho senate
Senator Beverldgo, of Indiana, Is
pleased with tho measure as reported
by tho conferees.
"I think, on tho whole it is a
good measure," he said. "As the
bill now stands Jt is a progressive
measure. I do not like tho long and
short haul clause, as It is now
phrased, and I believe tho courts will
hold it unconstitutional.'
Senator Cummins, of Iowa, de
clared he thought tho bill a "good
Objected to Slang.
' "Say", said Rose Stahl, star of tho
poronnlally popular "Chorus Lady,"
"ain't slang tho limit? Last week I
had dinner with some friends who
won't stand for it at all.
"The little girl started tho conver
sation. 'I'm not stuck on this bread,'
" 'Margio', said her mother, 'you
want to cut that slang out.'
" 'That's a peach of a way to cor
rect the child,' commented the
" 'I know,' replied tho mother, 'but
I just wanted to put her wise.' "
Airships to Carry Mail.
UNITED PRESS LEASED WIEB.l
Washington, Juno 15. A resolu
tion is awaiting consideration in con-,
gross today which calls upon the postmaster-general
to Investigate the
feasibility of establishing aeroplane
mall routes. The resolution was In
troduced by Representative Shep
pard, of Texas.
Foison Oak Poisoning.
Ballard's Snow Liniment cures it.
Mr. O. H. P. Cornelius, Turner, Ore.,
writes 'My wife has discovered that
Snow Liniment cures "Poison Oak
Poisoning", a very painful trouble.
She not only cured a case of it on
herself, but on two of her friends
who were poisoned by this same' Ivy.
Price 25c, 50c and $1. Sold by all
When a man starts ou,t with the
opinion that no ono Is worth while
who mixes his nouns and verbs un
gramatically, you won't have to sit
around long to see him awakened
with a big stick.
Many remarkable cures of stom
ach troubles have been effected by
Chamberlain's Stomach and Llve
Tablets. One man who had spent
over two thousand lollars for medi
cine and treatment was cured by a
few boxes of these tablets. 'Price, 23
cents. Samples freo at all good
There should be a law limiting the
use of tho kodak to children. When
it Is snapped on a public man his abil
ity and. reputation can't be so great
that they will command respect for
his legs, A child Is always graceful,
but a big grown man snapped with
his legs In motion Is a sight to cause
remarks like that made by the farmer
.when he saw his first camel: "Holl!
there Kain't no such thing."
Tho Biz Head
Is of two kinds concf.it and the big
head that omes from a sick head
ache. Docs your head ever feel like
a gourd and your brain fe'el loose
and sore? You can cure it in no
time by acting on yorr liver with
Ballard's Herbine. Isn't it worth
rying for tho absolute and certain
i-olie? you'll fit?
Tho wreck and ruin of most busi
ness is due to "slow pay" and those
who "never pay," and If these were
eliminated from business entirely, as
the mall, order house has eliminated
them from Its business, then both the
Jobbor and the manufacturer would
bo In position to do much better by
their customers, and there would bo
no complaint about mall order com
SAGE FOR DARKENING THE .
There Is nothing new about the idea ot
using sage for restoring the color of the
Lair. Our great-grandmothers kept their
locks soft; dark and glossy by using a
"gage tea." Whenever their hair fell out
or took oh a dull, faded or streaked ap
pearance, they made a brew of sage
leaves and applied it to their hair with
wonderfully beneficial effect. Nowadays
we don't have to resort to the old-time,
tiresome method of gathering the herbs
and making the brew. This is done by
skillful chemists better than w. could do
it ourselves, and all we have to do Is to
call for the eady made product Wyeth's
Sage and Sulphur, containing sage in the
proper strength, with the addition ot
Sulphur, another old-time sealp remedy.
This preparation is sekl hr all firt-eia
druggists far 50c. and ?1jV) a bottl-e. or
fa sent direct by the Wyeth OberajMl
Company, 74 Cortlandt St., NewYork
City, upon receipt of price.
J. O. i'HUKY,
Cured by Lydia E. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound
Baltimore, Mu. "For four years
my lifo was a misery to me. I suffered
ties, torn did drag
ness, and that all
gono feeling in my
stomach. I baa
given up hope of
over being well
when I began to
take Lydia E.Plnk
I felt as though
new lifo had been
riven me. and I am recommending it
to all mv friends." Mrs-. W. 8. Fonn.
2207 W. Franklin St., Baltimore, Md.
The most successful remedy in this
country for the cure of all forms of
temaie eompiamts js Lijam js. jrinn
ham's Veaoiable Compound. It has
stood the test of years and to-day is
more widely and successfully used than
any other female remedy. It has cured
thousands of women who have been
troubled with displacements, inflam
mation, ulceration, fibroid tumors, ir
regularities, periodic pains, backache,
that bearing-down feollng, flatulency,
indigestion, and nervous prostration,
after all other means had railed.
If vou are suff erinpr from any of theso
ailments, don't give up hope until you
have riven Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound a trial.
If you would liko special ndvlco
write to Mrs. Plnkham, Lynn,
Mass., for it. Sho has fruldcd
thousands to health, froo of
ARE TRYING SERUM
ON THE SOLDIERS
UNITED ritESS LEASED OTIBE.l
Vancouver Barracks, Wash., Juno
15. With the view of preventing a
typhoid fover epidemic at tho bar
racks, army surgeons hero aro busily
engaged In inoculating tho troopers
with a serum for the prevention of
Approximately COO soldiers, offi
cers and women hero have been In
oculated with tho virus. Most of
them have shown no 111 effects from
tho serum. Several, however, be
Befdre tho soldiers wore asked to
submit to the surgeon's needles, tho
physicians themselves wore Inoculat
The serum Is injected hypodermic
ally. Soldiers are excused from ac
tive duty while taking the treat
Of Interest to Fanners and Me
Farmers and mechanics frequent
ly meet with slight accidents and in
juries which cause them much an
noyance and loss of time. A cut or
bruise may be cured in about one-
third the time usually required by
applying- Chamberlain's Linlmont as
soon as tho Injury Is received. This
Mnlmont Is also valuable for sprains
wreness of the muscles and rhouma
tic pains. There Is no danger of
blood poisoning resulting from an
'njury when Chamberlain's Liniment
is applied before the parts become
Inflamed and swollen. For salo by
all good druggists.
The observed rate for the sound of
"a" in "great" is 420, and for tho
sound of "a" in "ma", 770 waves a
AH patent medicines or medicines ad
vertised In this paper aro for sale at
Tho only cash drug store In Oregon,
owes no one, and no ono owes it;
oarrles large stock; Its shelves,
counters and show cases are loaded
with drugs, medicines, notions, tot
'.et articles, wines and liquors of all
kinds for medicinal purpose. Dr.
Stone Is a regular graduate in medi
cine and has had many years of ex
perianee in the practice. Consulta
tions are fre. Prescriptions xr
free, and only regular price for mad.
lolne. Dr. Stone aan be found -ti
his drug store,' Salem, Qr.. from 7
In the mo'rnlng -until 9 at night
jtt ' 83H.
SOUTHERN IAOIFIO RY. CO.
Timo Tnblo B8.
Effective Sunday, January 1,
1910 12:01 a. m.
No, 10 Oregon Express .. 5:15 a.m.
No. 18 Portland Passenger 7:43 p.m.
No. 20 Portland Possongor 3:12 p.m.
No. 14 Portland Express 8:20 a.m
No. 12 ShantaLImited. . . . 12:35p,
No. 13 San Francisco Ex.. 3:31a.n
No. 19 Ashland Passenger. 11 :01a.m
No. 17 RosoburgPassengor 6:46p.m
No. 15 California Express. 9:56p.m.
No. 11 Shasta Limited .. 7:48 p.m.
No. 226 Way Freight . ... 9:60a.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 lntor G :40 a.m.
Portland-HUlsboro inter . . 8:55.a.m.
Portland and Inter 11:15 a.m.
Portland and Inter 2:00 p.m.
Port, Tualatin, Hillsboro. S: 20 p.m.
Portland-HUlsboro Inter.. 4:00p.m.
Portland and Inter 6:20 p.m.
Portland and inter 8:50 p.m.
local Arrlvo From.
Portland and Inter 8: 25 a, a.
Portland-HUlsboro Inter,. 9:50 a.m.
Port, Hillsboro, Tualatin. 10:45 a,m.
Portland and Inter 1:00 p.m
Portland-HUlsboro inter.. 4:00p.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
Leave west saiem ror:
Dallas, Falls City and Black Rock
9:00 a. m.
Dallas, Falls City and Black Rock
1:30 and 4:35 p. m.
Sunday Trains for:
Dallas & Black Rock
9:00 a. m. and 1:35 p. m.
TralnB 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.
Naming Special Sunday Round Trip
Commencing Sunday, May 29,
1910, and in offect each succeeding
Sunday until and including Sunday,
September 2Cth, 1910.
Rate in Cents.
West Falls Black
Between Salem Dallas City Rock
Black Rock ..150 75
Fall3 City ....125 50
Dallas 75 ... 50 75
West Salem 75 125 150
Children Children of halt faro
age, one-half of tho adult faro.
Sale Dates Sundays only.
Limit All tickets will bo bo good
for continuous passage in each di
rection, good only on date of sale.
Baggage No baggage will bo
checked on these tickets.
Issued, May 17, 1910.
Effective, Sunday, May 29, 1910
LOUIS GERLINGER, JR.,
CHILDREN WHO ARE SICKLY
Mothers who value their own com
fort and the welfare of their children
should novor be without a box of
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for
children, for use throughout tho sea
son. They broak up colds, cure fever
Ishness, constipation, teething dis
orders, headaches and stomach
troubles. THESE POWDERS NEV
ER FAIL. Sold by all drug stores,
25c. Don't accept any substitute. A
trial package will bo sent free to any
mother who will adrcss Allen S. Olm
sted, Le Roy, N. Y.
Though hydrophobia has been
stamped out of Britain, it is sti.l
rampant In Germany, whero every
year over 2,600 dogs and .cuts af
flicted with tho disease aro des
In sickness, If a certain hidden
nervo goes wrong, then tho organ
that this nervo controls will also
suroly fall. It may be a stomach
nerve, or it may havo glvon strength
and support to tho heart or kldnoys,
It was Dr. Shoop that first polntoa
to this vital truth. Dr. Shoop's Re
storatlvo was not mado to doso the
stomach nor to temporarily stlraiir
late tho heart or kidneys. That old-
fashioned method Is all wrong. Dr,
Shoop's Restorative goes directly to
these falling nerves. Tho remarka
bio success ot this prescription dom
onstrates tho wisdom ot treating the
actual cause of theso falling organs.
And it is indocd easy to prove, A
slmplo five or ton days' test will
surely tell. Try it once, and boo!
Sold by Capital Drug Store.
A patont on a horsoshoo designed
to prevent tho stumbling of horses
was granted In Panama four years
You Never Con Tell
just exactly the cause of your rhou
matism, but y u know you havo tt
?o you know that Bnllard's Snow
Mnlreent will cure it?- relieves tho
pain reduces the swelling and
limbers the joints and muselos so
that you will be as native and well
as you ever were. Prise "6c, EQc and
ii ii o
The eattRtry will how b respite
aster. A wireless dtmiatoh . n
nounc'ng that the Roosevelt dog U
no longer seasick, and Is not losing
hfa meals after he gats them.
Capital Journal "Want Ads" Bring
Oat cent a word 'or tint Insertion.
Jne-balf cent a wo d for each Inierttoa
thereafter. No avertlnement taken 'or
laea than 25c Ount alx wardi to tbe
OUR mixed pork sausage sells for
10c per pound. 173 South Com
mercial street. 1-12-tf
FOR SALE Good 1 H. P. Staver
gasoline engine, cheap. Inquire
at 178 South Liberty St 6-22-tt
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. Bonnet at nursery offlce on 12th
WOOD FOR SALE Now is tho
time to buy your wood, while it la
cheap, Summer delivery. Ash,
oak and fir. Slddail & Eaton, 570
North Liberty. Phone 1663.
FOR SALE no acres, cleared.
Plenty ot wood, water and fruit,
fair buildings, two miles to Ore
gon Electric and boat landing.
All personal proporty gqes in for
$100 por aero. Will take house
In Salem In part payment 20
acres ot this place, ten cleared,
buildings and fruit, $1,750. Ad
dress J. L. Kinney, Route 1, Box
61. Hubbard. 6-9-2 wk
FOR SALE An elegant f 400 piano,
absolutely good as new, used only
a tow months, will soil for $200;
also fine music cabinet and sowing
machine at about tho samo rato;
party going East. 292 N. Summor
street. Phono Main 789. 6-143t
WANTED Woman to do housework
on farm; no washing. Box 45, R.
F. D. No. 2, Gorvais, Ore. 6-2-tf
WANTED Two first class starch
Ironors at tho Salem Laundry Co.
WANTED Experienced chamber
maid at Railroad Hotol Albany,
WANTED AT ONCE Man to work
on grub machine. Men for town.
Cooks for hotels and families.
Fourth cook $30 for first month,
and $37 for second mouth. Good
girls for gonoral houBe work,
Man to buy one-half interest In
good paying business. A. C.
Smith & Co., 544 Stato St., phone
WANTED Forty raspberry pickers
ono-half mllo south of Chemawa.
N. C. Jorgonson, Salem, Box 36,
Routo 9. , 6-12-lw
FOR RENT Two nice front rooms at
440 Mill St. Enquire at house.
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 bred stallion colt for
sale, H. J Mutsohlor, Stayton,
FOR SALE Tho following land has
beon placed In my hands to soli:
10,000 acres ot farming land, lo
cated In Morrow and Gilliam coun
ties; 80 acres ot land, 16 miles
from Spokano, Wash.; 192 acres
near Whitman, Wash., and 1100
acres in Columbia county, Wash,
For particulars and Information
call on or wrlto me at tho Journal
office, Salem, Oro. R. M. Hofer.
SALEM GRANGE NO. 17, PATRON
of Husbandry Meets In Hurst
Hall on State street, on tho fourth
Saturday of each month, at 10:30
a. ra. Visiting and sojourning
members welcome. F. A. Myers,
master. Zolla S. Flotchor, secre
BLOOD DISORDERS Ilboumatlsm,
torpid liver, permanently curad
freo. Consult ono who suffered
years. Wrlto C. A. Marshall, 711
University St., Soattlo, Wash.
i - .
It may bo true that a man can't
understand women, but if ho learnB
to bo afraid of them ho has loqrned
Tho mines of Butto, Mpnt, have a
combined pay roll of $3,000,000 a
If You Aro Worth $30,000 Don't
This will not interest you If you
are worth fifty thousand dollars, but
If vou are a man of moderate moans
and cannot afford to emp'oy a physi
cian when you have an attack of
dlnrrhna, you will be pleased to
know that one or two doses "t
Chamberlain's Collo. Cholera and
D'arrhoM Ritnidy wlll oure It. This
remedy has been In uae for many
vears and la thoroughly reliable
r. rpnts. For sale by ail good
dnurgtota. L! ! .tfP
BUTTE & WENDEROTH- Flat
wines .liquors and cigars. We han
dle the celebrated Kellogg an
Castle whiskies. Cool and re
freshing beer , constantly oa
draught South Commercial St
SALEM WATER COMPANY Offle.
city nan. For water service apply
at office. Bills payable monthly
G. F. MASON BOX COMPANY
z7 Miner street South Salem;
manufacturers of all kinds et
boxes, crates and fruit dryer ac
cessories. Phone 308. U
ELLIS & WOOD Real estate,
loans ana insurance, notary pub
lic, employment bureau, Fheae
554. 476 Court St. Salem. Ore
gon. Ticket office Hamburg-American
stenmpshlp lines. 11-1-lyr
PIANO TUNING Lutollus L.
Woods, tuning, polshing, repair
ing. Telephone 984. Shop G30
N. Winter St 8-3-lyr
HOW TO KILL CANADA THISTLES
so they will never appear again.
Any man who wants to know, 1
will toll him how to do It for $10.
Louis Bellfus, Route 6, Salem, Or
egon. 6-2 Mm
BUTTERNUT BREAD It Is wort
more than any other bread, yet
the prlco is no higher. For sals
at your grocer's. California Bak
ery, Thomas & Cooloy, Props. ,
THF SOUTH COMMERCIAL Street
Food Barn, at t' o south end of
Mill Creek bridgo Is the largest
and most complete barn of Its kind
In Marion c unty. Waiting room
with modern conveniences; black
smith shop In barn, whero patrons
may havo horses shod while they
attond to business around town.
Prompt and courteous treatment to
all. W. F. R. Smith, proprietor,
PAINTERS, PAPER HANGERS.
PAINTER AND PAPER HANGER
Estimates mado and n rat-class
work done. I. D. Drlvor, 517
North Capitol street, Salem, Or.
Phono 926. 6-20-tf
THEO. M. BARR Plumbing, hot
' water and steam Heating and tin
ning, 164 Commercial St Phono,
Main 192. 9-1-lyr
OTTO MUELLHAUPT Plumbiny,
heating, gas fitting; prices reas
onable; work guaranteed; esti
mates furnished. Phono 37J
j. j CO Chemeketa street 4-17-tf
SALEM TRANSFER CO. Succes
sors to Cummins Bros. Transfo
orders for transferring promptly
attended to. We also carry a Una
of building material, plaster, ce
ment, lime, building blocks and
fancy cement blocks.
LIVERY Si ABLE.
POST OFFICE LIVERY STABLE
and Salo Stable. Fine turnouts.
Good service. Second hand rigs
for salo. E. E. Gillian, Prop.
254 Ferry St For a rig telephone
H. G, MEYER & CO. The bost and
largest shop in the city. Six
first-class barbers. Only first-class
bootblack In city; porcelain bath
and everything pertaining to a first
class shop, Also carry a full line
of cigars and tobacco and barbers'
supplies. 162 Commercial etroo,, .
next door to Statesman office.
MODERN WOODMEN of AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 5246.
Meets every Thursday evening at
8 o'clock in Holmnn Hall. W. W.
Hill, Counsel; F, A. Turner, Clerk.
WOODMEN OF WORLD Moot ov
ory Friday night nt 7:30 o'clock
in Holman Hall. Geo. H. Dacon. C.
0.; L. H. Fletcher, Cerk. 1-10-09
SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY Dr,
W. II. Byrd, president; Mrs. H.
W. Moyers, vlce-presldont; Ed.
Dillingham, secrotary. Executive
committee: Rev. Barr G. Lee,
Miss Klttio Moore, Mrs. E. Hofer.
Cases of cruelty to animals should
be reported to the Soolety tor in
vestigation. A. O. U. W. PROTECTION Lodge
No. 2 meots every Monday even
ing at 8:00 p. in., In .Holmnn
Hall, corner State and Liberty Sts.
George P. Lltchflold, M. W. A.
Eugono Aurranc, Recorder.
Before beating our swords Into
plowshares It might bo well for us to
learn the soft answer that turnoth
Tell some deserving rbaumatlo
sufferer, that there is yet one simple
Vrtiy- to certain relief. Oet Dr.
aiioop's book on rheumatism and
tree trial teat. This book will make
it entirely clour how rheuniatio
pains arn quickly kill) by Dr.
Shoop's Rheuinat c Remedy- liquid
or tHblets fend no money. The
ened sufferer by first getting for him
tho book from Dr. Shoop, Raelno
Wis, Capital Drug Store.