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DAILY OAPITAIi JOURNAL, BALBI, OREGON, TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1010.
HAVE TO SAY ABOUT THE FER-DON'S
OFFICES AT 248 N. COMMERCIAL ST,,
SALEM,' OREGON, PHONE 1112
XIBERAL OFFER TO TREAT AMD WHO CALL FOR COST OF MEDI
CINE USED TO EXPIRE SATURDAY, JULY 2nd.
To Whom It May Concern:
For the past three years I have
.been affected with rheumatism,
which affected nearly all the Joints
of my body, especially my arms,
shoulders, ankles and back. I took
nil kinds of medicines, but none of
them did me any permanent good.
About four weeks ago I began to
treat with Fer-Don's Medical experts
.and I am now better than I have
been for three years and I believe
their medicine and treatment are
the true method for curing this dls-
tresslng complaint I feel like a dlf-
ferent man altogether. You have
my permission to use my name and
publish this. A. RATHWELL.
D. No. 1, Eugene, Ore.
Another Iiocal Testimonial. and nose, and tried many remedies,
Nearly five years ago I was struck but failed to "find relief from the
with paralysis of the entire left side agony she endured. She is a young
.of the body, being unable to move , woman and has many friends and
even a finger. I have been under acquaintances in Coallnga, Calif,
ihe care of three doctors and have She heard of the marvelous work of
.taken a great deal of patent medi- the European Medical Experts and
cines, but was not cured. Three submitted her case to them. Other
weeks ago I began treating with the physicians pronounced her ailment
Fer-Don European Medical Experts incurable, but with a few treat
and the effects of their medicine and ments at the hands of the European
treatment are very wonderful for I
.have improved more under their
care in the three weeks than I did
all the time before and I take great
pleasure in recommending them to
all sufferers. I walked over seven
miles Sunday, May 15, the first
time since I took down sick five
MRS. EFFIE GOLDSON,
Junction City, Lane County, Ore,
THE NUMBER OF PROOFS
GROWS EVERY DAY
IFer-Don's European Medical Experts
Effect Wonderful Cures Testi
mony of Those Benefited.
Reports concerning the wonderful
success of the European Medical
Experts in Eugene grow more en
couraging every day. Testimonials
from men, women and children
whom the European Doctors have
treated during their stay In that
city are readily forthcoming, it Is
claimed, and those benefited and
cured seem anxious to tell others of
the good dono by the doctors.
The Great Fer-Don and his Euro
pean doctor has written proofs of
cures performed by the European
Medical Experts in California, and
Oregon, and among them is that of
J. G. Lowe, of Vallejo. Mr. Lowe
suffered excruciatingly from stom
ach trouble and had gone to several
physicians for treatment but without
Case of Mr. Lowe.
Mr. Lowe heard of the remarkable
skill of the Great Fer-Don and his
European Medical Experts and at
tended the talks given nightly by
the Great Fer-Don. At first, like
many others, he did not believe in
the European doctors but when his
friond-told him of the benefits de
rived from treatments given by the
latter, and when ho saw with his own
eyes the almost miraculous work of
the European Medical Experts, ho
4th of July
In addition to the regular trains,
special trains Will leave West Salem
at 8:30 a. m. and 12:45 p. m.
Roturning, leaves Falls City at 3:10
p. m. and. C;30 p, m.
for, round trip, adults $1.25
Children of one half Fare age 65c
SALEM, FALLS CITY
& WESTERN RY.
became convinced. He then con
sulted the European Doctors. He
was given a dose of medicine for a
tapeworm. In three hours' time he
had the monster in his home.
"I think," said Mr. Lowe, "that
the treatment received is the great
est in the world, and that the rome
dls of the Great Fer-Don and his
European Experts are the best ever
prepared for suffering mankind."
Mr. Lowe is a reputable man In
the community and is ready to tell
others of the benefit derived from
' the treatment of the European Med
There is nothing so painful, so
dreadful as cancer. Mrs. J. L. Mc-
I Klttrick, of Coallnga, Calif., suffered
for- years with cancer of the mouth
doctors she Is ready and willing at
all times to tell the suffering public
about her case.
Dally the number of patients
waiting for treatment by the Euro;
pean doctors grows.
A number of people from sur
rounding towns have come to Salem
to consult the European doctors.
They offer treatment for a very
A few minutes'" spent in the wait
ing room of the European doctors
will prove to the most skeptical the
true merits and healing powers of
these wonderful doctors.
The Great Fer-Don says: "What
makes this European Expert so
much in demand that he has
cured and benefited so many. He
has filed his office testimonials from
hundreds who have been treated
and greatly benefited by him, and
who are glad to let others know of
the good done by him."
About Calamity Howlers.
"You see," continued the Great
Fer-Don, "enmity always follows
success, and there is always a cer
tain class of humanity ready to cry
'humbug,' 'fake,' and 'quack,' but
such howlers and defamers of honest
character are very seldom success
ful In any line of business, because
they do not attend to their own.
They are too busy sticking their
noses into the affairs of others. For
the benefit of some of the 'Whist
lers,' whlttlers,' and 'spltters,' T
will give the names and addresses of
certain citizens of Eugene, Medford,
Roseburg, Redding, Chico, Los An
geles, Oakland, and Sacramento.
cured and benefited by the European
"I stand ready to post $10,000
that these names and addresses are
genuine, I want the howlers to go
and see these people who have suf
fered from stomach troubles, liver
complaints, tapeworms, gall stones,
tumors, cancers and other ailments
and hear from their own Hps what
our doctor has dono for them."
The European Medical Experts'
'offices are at the Hotel Eldrldge, Sa
lem, Oregon. Offices and reception
rooms, upstairs, at 248 N. Commer
cial street. They charge one dollar
for consultation and examination.
Office hours from 10 to 12 a. m., 2
to 4, and 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays, 10
to 12 noon.
We offer one hundred dollars ro
ward for any qasTi of catarrh that
cannot . bo cured by Hall's Catarrh
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O
We, the undersigned, havo known
F. J. Cheney for tho last 15 years,
and believe him perfectly honorabl
In all business . transactions and
financially able to carry out any
obligations made my his firm.
WALDING, KINNAN & MARVIN.
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken In
ternally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Testimonials sent free.
Price, 75 cents per bottle. Sold by
all druggists. v
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
It seems never to have occurred to
Kansas to raise less wheat and more
ON NATRON CUTOFF
Construction on the Natron exteu
slon will bo rushed harder tthnn ever
this summor In an effort to comploto
the work next fall boforo the Wot
weather begins. About 12f0 labor
ers are on the lino and this number
will bo Increased as fast as the con
tractors can get men. Two add!
tlonal steam shovels aro on the way.
and a force with a power plant will
go -over the divide and commence
work on the big tunnel and worli
this way to meet the boring on this
side that Is now over half finished
The three bridges will be put in this
summer also. It is thought that if
the men can bo obtained the 35
miles on this end of the. lino can be
finished by December or almost
within a year after the real work
The work on the tunnels Is pro
gresslng very rapidly. The usual cut
on each of them is about six feet a
day. On tunnel No. 3, which is the
longest, the cutters havo entered
the mountains 938 feet, which is
over half tho distance. Machinery
and supplies are now being hauled
over the mountain to set up a coin
press and power plant so that men
can bore from tho other side, and be
working 'both ways.
Work on the three bridges will
soon begin. The Middle Fork bridge
will be 350 feet long and has two
piers and abutments, and the others
aro 300 feet long, with the same
construction. Tho bridges aro of
steel and tho abutments and piers
The Southern Pacific steel crew
will begin work about tho middle of
July and tho work of laying tho rails
will continue until winter. At pres-
ent there are about 4,000 tons of
90-pound steel in the yards at Na-
tron. Tho contractors expect, to
have all the rails and bridges con
nected as far as Oak Ridge by tho
middle of December.
When this is done the base of sup
plies will bo moved from Natron to
Oak Ridge. It will be from there
that the next contract will be
worked. Eugene Register.
FIFTY FIVE YEARS
On Saturday, June 19, Mr. and
Mrs. M. M. Edwards celebrated tho
65th anniversary of their wadding
day. A merry crowd of relatives
and friends of the worthy couple
gathered with them In their old
home where so many years of their
lives have been spent together, and
helped them make of tho occasion a
most joyful family reunion. Both
Mr. and Mrs. Edwards aro widely
and favorably known, and their old
style southern hospitality, their
kindness and generosity toward their
friends and neighbors, together with
the sweet harmony of their home
life have endeared them to the
hearts of countless numbers qf peo
ple who during the voyage down tho
stream of time havo met and been
cheered by the greeting.
Mr. and Mrs, Edwards have
reared a largo family of children,
eight of whom are still living, be
sides caring for sevoraly orphaned
children, and on the 55th anniver
sary of their marriage day, the list
of grandchildren reaches a total of
33, and thore aro also nine great
grandchildren, tho most of this num
ber being present at the celebration
Mr. and Mrs. Edwards aro t bo
congratulated as we find them re
clining in tho afternoon of life. The
hand of Father Time falls caressingly
on their brows, leaving no hardened
furrows to mark disappointment or
embltterment of heart, but the smil
ing faces and kindly words with
which wo are greeted by Grandpa
and Grandmma Edwards while mir
roring their Innermost lives cheer and
refresh us. Life to them was .worth
tuo living, and has lost none of Its
charm during the long years of their
association. McMInnvllle News Re
porter. Poison Oak Poisoning.
Ballard's Snow Liniment cures It
Mr. O. H. P, Cornelius, Turner, Ore.
writes My wife has discovered that
Snow Lipiment cures "Poison Oak
Poisoning", a very painful trouble
3ho not only cured a case of it on
herself, but on two of her friends
who were poisoned by thlB same Ivy
Price 25c, 50o and ?1. Sold by al
Try a Journal Want Ad.
"I have suffered with piles for thirty
six years. One year ago last April I bo
gan talcing Cascurets for constipation. In
the course of a week I noticed the piles
began to disappear and at the end of Ls
weeks they did not trouble me at alL
Cn scare ts have done wonders for me. I
ntn entirely cured and feel like a new
man." George Kryder, Napoleon, O.
Pleaiaot, Palatable, Potent. Tatta Good.)
Do Good Never Slckea, Weaken or Grit.
10s.ZSc.S0c. Never aA la balk. Tbetren.
nlam tablet atamped C C C. Guaranteed to i
cure of your mouey back. 829 J
S Ussa wra
COTTAGE GROVE BEGINS WORK
ON ITS PIPE LINE TO GET
PURE WATER FROM LAYING
Mr. W. A. Dutch, superintendent
of construction for the American
Light & Water Company of Kansas
City, arrived in Cottago Groye Tues
day and tho following day com
menced gjottlng a crow together for
tho inauguration of work on tho
pipe line from Laying creek to tho
city. Tho company has forty work
men employed, and Is searching for
at least two hundred additional men.
Tho pipe for the lino has not ar
rived, but the first shipments are
expected hero within a few days.
This, howeyor, does not interfere
with tho progress of tho undertak
ing, for work will be started on tho
reservoir on the Landess hill forth
with, and preparations' made for the
entrenchments. Several camps will
bo established along the line, and
these will be located and made ready
for the men. '
Mr. Ulen, senior, mado his first
trln un the line on Tuesday, and uu-
on his return said to a representa
tive of The Sentinel that the coun
try Is not .as rough as ho had ex
pected to find; that the work would
go forward with a rush when the
force was fully organized. Ho Is
very favorably Impressed with the
territory visited, and expressed his
admiration for the plcturesqiieness
of the surroundings. Mr. Ulen is
from Indiana, and as he reads of the
number of prostrations and deaths
from the heat In Chicago and else
where in tho Middle West and East
he wonders not that so many people
from those sections have sought out
the Pacific Northwest as a placo of
residence. Cottago Grove Sentinel
Saved From Awful Death.
How an appalling calamity in his
family was prevented is told by A.
D. McDonald, of Fayettevlllo, N. C,
R. F. D. No. 8. "My sister had con
sumpti n," hja writes, "she was very
thin and pale, had no appetite and
all remedies failed, till Dr. King'
New Discovery was tried, and so com
pletely cured. her, that she has.,hot
been troubled with a cough s'ucej'lts
the best medicine Lever saw or heard
of." For coughs, colds, lagrlppe,
asthma, croup, hemorrhage all
bronchial troubles, It has no equal
50c, $1.00. Trial uottle free. Guar
anteed by J. o. Perry.
' GRAY HAIRS BANISHED.
The old Idea of using sage for darken
ing the hair is aealn coming In vogue,
Our grandmothers used to have dark,
glossy hair at the age of seventy-five.
while our mothers nave wbite bair before
they are fifty. Our grandmothers used
to make a "sage tea" and apply it to
their bair. The tea made their hair soft
and glossy and gradually restored the
natural color. Ono objection to using
such a preparation was the trouble of
making it, especially as it bad to be
made every two or three dajs on account
of it souring quickly. This objection has
been ovcrcomo and by asking almost
any first-class druggist for Wycth's Sage
and Sulphur the public can get a su
perior preparation of sage, with tho ad
mixture of sulphur, another valuable rem
edy for hair and scalp troubles. - Daily
use ot this preparation will not only
quickly restore the color of the hair but
will also stop the hair from falling out
and make It grow. It is sold by all
druggists for COc. and $1.00 a bottle, or
is sent direct by the Wyeth Chemical
Company, 74 Cortlandt St., New York
City, upon receipt of price.
J. O. PERRY.
None of ub realize how much peo
ple talk about us behind our backs
Scared Into Sound Health.
"Mr .B. F. Kelloy, Sprlngfjold, 111.
allowed his kidney and bladder ail
ment to run on until his condition
alarmed him greatly. Thon he toot
Foley Ktdnoy Pills with splendid ro
suits. He says: "About n year ago
began to be troubled with my kid
neys and bladder, which grew worse
until I was alarmed at my condition.
suffered also with dull heavy head
aches and the action of my bladdoi
was annoying and painful. I was
feeling very miserable when I. read
of Foloy KldDey Pills, After taking
them a few weeks I found myself free
from all distress, tho headaches U3
longe troubled me, and the action of
ray kidneys and bladder was once
moro normal. This Is due entirely
to Foley Kidney Pills In which J
hnve great confidence." Sold l r J. C.
Fortunately, If the price of dining
tables rises, we can get along with a
smaller one for the little we havo to
put on ono these days.
You Never O Toll
just exactly tho causo of your'rheu
matlsm, but y u know yeu have :t
no you know that Bollard's Snow
Linlmont will cure it?-rrllevM tho
naln reduees the welling and
Hp-Iter i the joints and niu sales so
that you will be as aetlve and well
as yru ever were. Price ;5c, 60c and
SOUTHERN PACIFIC RY. OO.
Time Table 68.
Effective Sunday, January 1,
1910 12:01 n. m.
No, 16 Oregon Express . . 5:15 a.m.
No. 18 Portland Passenger 7:43 p.m.
No. 20 Portland Passenger 3:12 p.m.
No. 14 Portland Express 8:20 a.in
No. 12 ShastaLlmlted. . . .12:36p:
No. 13 San Francisco Ex. . 3:31a. n
No. 19 Ashland Pnssengr.ll:01a.m
No. 17 RoseburgPassenger 6:45p.m
No. 15 California Express. 9:66p.m.
No. 11 Shasta Limited .. 7:43 p.m.
No. 226 Way Freight , ... 9:E0a.m.
No .222 Portland Fast Frt. 10: 45p.m.
No. 225 Way Frolght. .. .12:35p.m.
No. 221 Portland Fast Frt. 2:43a.m
OREGON ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
Local Leaves For
Portland and lntor 6:40 a.m.
Portland-HUlsboro Inter . . 8; 55 a.m.
Portland and Inter .... .11:15 o.m
Portland and inter ....
Port., Tualatin, Hlllsboro
Portlnnd and inter ....
Portland and Inter
local Arrive From,
Portland and lntor 8:25 a.ta.
Portland-HUlsboro Inter.. 9:50a.m.
Port., Hlllsboro, Tualatin. 10: 45 a.m.
Portland and Inter 1:00 p.m
Portland-HUlsboro Inter.. 4:00 p.ra.
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 4:35 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 4:16 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,
19.10, and. In effect each succeeding
Sunday until and Including Sunday,
September 26th, 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 of half fare
age, one-half of the adult faro.
Sale Dates Sundays only.
Limit All tickets will be bo good
for continuous passage In each dl
roctlon, good only on date of sale.
Baggage No baggage will be
checked on these tlckots.
Issued, May 17, 1910.
Effective, Sunday, May 29, 1910
LOUIS GERLINGER, JR.,
: O i
Notice of Intention to Iniprovo Capl
tol Street from tho North Lino of
Court Street to tho South Lino of
Notlco Is horoby glvon that tho
Common Council of tho City of Sa
lem, Oregon, deems It oxpodlent and
proposes to Improvo Capitol Street
In tho City of Salem, Oregon, from
tho north lino of Court Street In
cluding Intersections to tho south
lino of Shipping Street, with Warren
Bros. Bltullthlc pavomont, at tho ex
penso of tho adjacont and abutting,
property within said limits, accord-
lng to tho plans and specification
adopted for said improvement, and
on file eft tho office of the City Ro
cordor, which said plans and speci
fications aro hereby referred to for
a moro perfect description of said
improvement, tho samo as If fully
This notlco Is published for 10
days pursuant to tho order of the
Common Council, and tho dato of
tho first publication thereof Is tho
22d day ot Juno, 1910.
Remonstrances may bo filed
nfcalnst said improvement within 10
days from tho last publication of
this notlco, as provided In the Char
ter of tho City of Salem, Orogon.
W. A. MOORES,
Foley's Kidney Romody raaybo
given to childron as well as older poo
plo wltji admirable results, For bod
wetting It Is an oxcellont specific and
It Is also recomtnondcl for use after
measles ond scarlet fever, which
leave tho kldnoya In a weakened con
dition. Sold by J. C. Perry.
GREAT CniNRSK DOCTOR
L. M. HUM
has modlolno whlcn will cure any
known disease. Ho makes a special
ty of and guarantees to tfuro catarrh,
asthma, lung, throat, rheumatism,
debility, stomnob, liver, kidney
trouble; also any blackened or.
swollen soreness, brokon limbs:
smallpox, epldemle; nil kinds of
bolls, lost manhood, femalo weak
neae. hernia troubles and paralysis,
Consultation free. Care of Ylok re
Tang Co., Chlneso drugs and harps.
163 High street, upBtalrs. Salem,
Gapltal Journal "Want Ads" Bring
Oat cent a word 'or first initrtlan.
3n-ball cent a wo d for each loaertlca
thereafter. No aOertliemeat taken for
lta. than 20c Ceunt alx werda te the
FOR SALE Good 1 H. P. Stavor
gnsolino onglne, cheap. Inquire
at 178 South Liberty St 6-22-tf
FOR SALE M. McDonald's 7-room
residence, 360 Capitol street. HoUso
lighted by gas, heated with hot
wator; full basement. Apply to B.
A. Bennet nt nursery office on 12th
WOOD FOR SALE Now Is tho
tlmo to buy your wood, while It la
cheap. Sumfnor delivery. Ash,
oak and fir. Slddall & Eaton, 570
North Liberty. Phono 1663.
FOR SAL& One ot the b03t china,
book and variety stores In tho
Willamette valley. . $1,200 will
handle. Address, "11," Box 106,
Albany, Oreg.' . . 6-26-6t
13,650 WILL BUY 10 acres 10-
year-old Italian Prune orchard,
good, buildings, CO rods from sta
tion. Term3. 304 U. S. B. Bldg.
Phono 470. Square Deal Realty
FOR SALE Flno home In Fair-
mount Park, house and largo
piece of ground. Address P. O.
Box G, Salem, Ore.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS for sale this
(Monday) evening and Tuesday.
Piano, easy chair, chest ot draw
ers, heaters, bedroom Bets, at 533
Conter St. Phone 1079 6-26-2t
WANTED Experienced chamber
maid at Railroad Hotel, Albany,
WANTED AT ONCE 1 good cook.
girls for general housework, din
ing room and second girls. Farm
hands and men for town work; 5
men for- sawmill, $2.76 and up.
644 Stato St., 1607 Phone. A, C.
Smith & Co.
WANTED .Your patronage at Tho
People's Market Call on us and
see our fine lino of fresh and
cured meats of all kinds, 173 S.
Commercial. Phone 370. John
Hansen, Prop. Successors to P.
W. Reyoltfl. 6-22-tf
WANTED TO RENT A farm of
200 acres or more from 3 to
6 years, furnished or not fur
nished, or will take a completely
stocked farm on shares. Address
Herman Hensel, care of Woolen
Mills, Salom, Ore. 6-24-Ct
WANTED Experienced waitress at
onco. Salem' Hotel. 0-24-tf
WANT TO RENT 150 to 200 aCros
near town. 100 acres in cultivation.
Havo all Jmplomonts. Will give
one-third crop for ront. "Q2"
care of Journal. 6-25-0t
WANTED AT ONCE Ono dozon
chorry pjekors. Enos Prosnell
Chorry Orchard, six miles south on
Jofferson Road. Phono Main
WANTED Young mon to learn" au
tomobllo business by mail and
prepare for positions as chaffours
and ropalr men. Wo mako yoU'
expert in iu wooks;-assist you to
seouro position, ' Puy big; work
ploasant; demand for mon great;
rcaBonablo; wrlto for particulars
and sample lesson. Empire Auto
mobllo Institute, Rochester, Now
York. 6-2 7-3 1
FOR RENT OR SALE Sovontoon
aero chlckon ranch. For sale,
gontlo workhorse. Box 113,
Tumor, Oregon. 6-27-2t
SALEM GRANGE NO. 17, PATRONS
of Husbandry Moots In Hurs
Hail on State street, on tho fourth
Saturday of each month, at lOrSO
a.J m.' Visiting; and sojourning
inornuorH welcome, v. a. jviyors
master. Zolla 8. Fletcher, secre
Mr. Carnegie urges tho peoplo to
live within thalr Incpmos, Ho. has
trlod It and finds that "ho sutfera' up
Wants To4lulp Some One,
For 30 yoarjj J. P. Jlpor, of
Fortllo, Mo., needed hJn nnd coujdn't
find It. That's whylioafitiTto help
somo one now. suffering so long
himself ho feels for nil distress from
bsckacho, nervousness, loss of nppe
tO, lassitude, and kidney disorder
Ho .shows the' ISleetric Bitters worl
womlers for sieh troubles. F-tv
bottles," ho writes, "wholly urod
me and now t am well and hoarty.'
It's also positively guaranteed foi
Liver Trouble, dyspepsia, blood dis
orders, female complaints and rnri
Urla. Try thorn. 80c at J. C. Perry
, -i. ., n m ,i i ,
Any woman cloaoly associated w(h
a man can make or break him. 1
BUTTE & WENDEROTH Ftr
wines .liquors and cigars. Wo has-'
die tho celebrated Kellogg an'
Castlo whiskies. Cool and re
freshing beer constantly e
draught. South Commercial St '
SALEM WATER COMPANY Offlee
city hall. For water service apply,!;
at office. Bills payable monthly
G. F. MASON BOX COMPANY
247 Miller street, South 8alem;fi
manufacturers of all kinds off
boxes, crates and fruit dryer a
cessorlos. Phone 308. tt
ELLIS & WOOD Real estate.
loan's and Insurance,, notary pub-"
lie, employment bureau. Phn
654. 476 Court Qt, Salem, Oro
gon, Ticket office Hamburg-Airier-J,
lean steampshlp lines. 11-1-lyr
PIANO TUNING Lutellus h.
Woods, tuning, polshlng, repair
ing. Telephone 984. Shop 6S6
N. Winter St S-2-lyr
OWL CONSTRUCTION CO Succes
sors to Barrpn, & Bowers. D. D.
Barron; civil engineer, survoylngr
and platting. General contracting
for concrete sidewalks, bridges and
streets. Timber lands negotiate
and handled. Hop Insurance collo- '
lted. "We never sleep." 168 I3L
Commercial street. Telephone Main.
204. 6-25-' &
BUTTERNUT BREAD It Is wort
more than any other bread, yet
tho prico Is no higher. For eaW
at your grocor's. California Bait
ory, Thomas & Cooley, Props.
THF SOUTH COMMERCIAL Street
Food Barn, at ' o south end, ot
Mill Creek brldgo Is the largest
and most complete barn of Its kind
In Marlon c unty. Waiting rooms
with modem conveniences; black
smith shop In barn, where patrona
may have horses shod while they,
attend to business around town.
Prompt and' courteous treatment t
all. W. F. R. Smjth, proprietor.
PAINTERS, PAPER HANGERS.
PAINTER AND PAPER HANGER
estimates made and first-class
work done. I. D. Driver, 517
North Capitol street, Salom, Or,
Phbne 926. 6-26-tf
THEO. M. BARR Plumbing, hot
water ana steam noating and tin
ning, iu4 commercial st Phone,
Main 192. S-l-lyr
OTTO MUELLHAUPT PIumbiHaf.
heating, gas fitting; prices r-
. onnble; work guaranteed; cell
mates furnished. Phono 378
j.066 Chemeketa street 4-17-tr
SALEM TRANSFER CO. Succes
sors to Cummins Bros. Transfer
orders for transferring prompUr
attended to. Wo also carry o, lino
ot building material, plaster, pe
mo.nt, Umo, building blocks and
fancy cement blocks.
LIVERY Si ABLE.
POST OFFICE -LIVERY STABLE
and Sale Stable. Fine turnouts.
Good sorvico. Socond hand rigs
for salo. E. E. Gillian, Prop.
25.4 Forry St. For n rig telephone ii
, Main, 188. '
H, G: MEYER & CO. The best and
largest shop In tho city. SI
first-class barbers. Only flrst-olus
bootblack In city; porcelain bath
and everything pertaining to a first
class shop, Also carry a full 11ns
of cigars and tobacco and barbers'
supplies. 162 Commercial street,
next door to Statesman office.
MODERN WOODMEN Of AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 5246.
Meets overy Thursday ovonlng at
8 o'clock in Hoi man Hall, W. W.
Hill, Counsol; F. A. Turner, Clerk.
WOODMEN OF WORLD Meet ev
ory Friday night at 7:30 o'clock
In Holman Hall. Geo. H. Daoon. G.
0.; L. H. Fletcher, Cerk. 1-1 0-0
SALEM HUJMANB SOCIETY Dr.
W, H. Byrd, president; Mrs. H. ,
W. Meyers, vlco-prcsldont; Ed.
Gllllugham, secretary. Executive
committee: Rev. Barr G. Lee,
Miss Kittle Moore, Mrs. E. Hofer.
Cases of cruelty to anlmaln should
bo reported to tho Socloty for In-
A. O. U. W. PROTECTION Codgo
No. 2 moots overy Monday oven-
Jng.nt. 8:00 p. m., n ' Ho'lma'a
IlSllcoriieP'.fltn'tojnn'd Liberty s'(s,
George P. Lltchflold, M. W. A.
J3ugeuo Aufratu5,' Roqordpr, . x, ,
John D. Itnnlfnlofffir hnu irlvnn
away his dogs, two hundred of thorn,
lie must havo folt that he was not
poor enough to kep them. "
Ulmiiiburluiti's Cough Remedy tlm
Bust on the Markup
I have used Chamberlain's Coufth
riomady hii.d fift&. lrtJ be the fciit
on tho market," ipys yf. Tardy,
editor of The Sentinel. Qainsbrrro,
Tonn. "Our baby had several oolds
the past wlnte; and Chamberlain's
bough Remedy always gave It rsllf
nt onco and o red It In a short Umu
always, tftommand It .when onnar
tunlfy'preeonta Ifseif." For cafeby
all good druggists,