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D AIL'S CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, AUGUST 8, 1010.
Tho Editor of Tho Capital Journal
"Is undertaking slnglehanded nnd
:alone his campaign for the nomina
tion for governor. The Assembly
nominee lins the Republican Stats
'Central committee which In violation
of law called a convention and pur
sued convention methods, back of
lilni, with officialism generally en
listed In his behalf. After a three
day motorcar drive of 300 miles in
three western Oregon counties, tho
Editor Is satisfied that he has quite
a following of tho independent
thinking Republicans who do not
approve of tho Asembly. In talking
with about 300 men In three days,
lie met with but two advocates of
the Assembly system and tho restor
ation of the delegato method of nom
inating candidates. But tho peoplo
are not registering nnd thero will be
a very small voto at the primary un
less the epoplo become aroused. Tho
Editor expects to put in about 100
miles a day over tho state, with t
motorcar, and advocate the Direct
Primary, Good Roads, Direct Elec
tion of Senators under Statement
No. One as the only clean and cor
rect way to choose senators.
REFORM IS PASSED
UP TO ALICE L.
UNITED FBBBB LBASBD WIU.I
Boston, Mass., Aug. 6. Tho wo
men's campaign to urge upon Mrs.
Alice Roosovelt-Longworth tho de
sirability of abstaining from smok
ing cigarettes because of tho example
set girls and boys throughout the
country gained Impetus here today,
"I am happy the matter has been
brought to Mrs. Longworth's atten
tion," said Mrs. Ella Gleason, pres
ident of the Sulolk County Temper
ance Union. "True hearted womanly
women have done their duty, and it
is for her to listen to their request or
not to listen. I think that the daugh
ter of Theodore Roosevelt, who said
so much about the bringing up of
children, and about the moral at
mosphere surrounding them, ought
to gravely think of the Influence she
is exerting on young girls."
Mrs. Jeanette Knox, secretary of
the Massachusetts Temperance union,
"I am very glad America" women
are appealing to Mrs. Longworth. I
think it quite proper that petitions
1)0 sent to her."
Railroad Men Demand. Increase.
united muss UAsir wire.
Chicago, Aug. C. After deciding
in conference to demand from their
several companies a wage increase of
from 15 to 18 per cent on the pres
ent scale, delegates representing the
locomotive engineers of 62 'roads
west of Chicago, adjourned today
and left for their homes. The de
mand will bo addressed to each com
pany separately. Thirty thousand
men are affected, Including several
thousand engineers In the Chicago
terminals. It Is believed that the
Tailroads, in answer to tho demand,
will seek arbitration under the Erd
TREM1ER LAURIER OF
CANADA IS INJURED
IN RAILROAD WRECK
UNITED PRESS UIA8BI) VIU.l
Winnipeg, Man., Aug. 6. In a
liead-on collision near Pense, Sas
katchewan, late last night, Sir Wlll
fred Laurier, .premier of Canada, who
is making a tour of Canada, was
slightly injured about the legs and
his hands and face were cut by brok
en glass. The fireman of the train
was killed. The train was on the way
to Battleford, and was taken back ro
Woosejaw with the dead fireman and
the Injured premier. It Is not thought
the premier's Injuries aro such as to
interfere with his tour.
XOS ANGELES AVIATOR
WRECKS niS MACHINE
united rums leased wtna.l
Los Angeles, Calif,, Aug. 6. J.J.
Slavln, tho Los Angeles aviator, Is
today repairing his biplane which
was wrecked when tho machine fell
15 feet to the ground whilo Slavln
-was attempting to win tho Knaben
Bhue cup at Del Roy late yesterday.
It is believed that the machine will
"bo repaired within a fow days and
that Slavln will mako another nt
tompt In tho near future to win tho
prize. With win conditions perfect.
Slavln attempted to fly tho required
distance for the cup. After ho had
gone about 200 feet the biplane
dropped to tho ground. Slavln was
For Quick Relief From Hay Fover
Asthma and sunimor bronchitis,
take Foley's Honey and Tar. It
It quickly relieves the discomfort
and suffering and the annoying symp
toms disappear. It soothes and heals
the inflamed air passages of the head,
throat and brnnehlal tubes. It con
tains no opiates and no harmful
drug. The genuine Is In a yellow
paokage. Refuses substitutes, J, C.
LIKE A COMET
Blackpool, Eng., Aug. 8. Flying
at a great height In a trlplano of hl3
own design, A. V. Roes, an Inexper
ienced aviator, fell to the ground to
day but escaped sedlous injury. His
machine caught flro whilo high In
tho air and was almost consumed
by the time the framework hit tho
Hundreds of persons saw Roes
mako tho ascent. They watched him
circlo and glide for several min
utes; then noticed a puff of smoke
from tho center of tho trlplano.
Roes kept his wit rjd headed tho
machine for the earth. In doing so
ho took chances on the trlplane
As the machine, comet-like.
neared tho ground, tho framo work
collapsed, tho wings of canvas and
wood having been burned, leaving
only tho tangled guy wires. The
wreckago fell in such a way that tho
aviator escaped death.
MILK AND CHAMPAGNE
GO HAND IN HAND IN
ASCENSION OF PRICES
'united rings TSASBD WIU.l
Washington, Aug. G. Milk and
champagne drinkers have at last
found a common ground. Prloes of
the effervescent beverage havo be
gun to skyrocket hand in hand, with
the cost of tho lacteal fluid. Rav
ages of mildew among the grapes
of the Rheims district In Franco U
said to be responsible for the ad
vance In wine figures.
JAPANESE ARaiY OFFICERS
VD3W AERONAUTIC TESTS
uxitbd puna iniua wiib.I
Berlin, Aug. 6. Seven Japanese
army officers have arrived here un
der arrangements between tho Ger
man government and tho Mikado's
war office, by which instructions In
aeronautics will be furnished 25
oriental army representatives.
Tho Japanese government Is now
arranging to purchase several aero
planes for uso in tho army. , Wright
machines are favored.
"Fired" Into Jail.
united I'll ess leased wins.
Vancouver, Wash., Aug. 8. Ned
Bruso, -a logger, has begun tho serv
ing out of a fine of $10, imposed
because ho refused to aid In tho ex
tinguishing of a blaze in tho woods
near Yacolt, Washington, yesterday,
after being ordered to do so by
Ranger W. H. Smith. This is the
first caso on record of this kind in
Diamond, licit Is Found.
united' I'ltESS XJLASK3 wiee.
San Francisco, Aug. 8. Hidden
for six months in an out of the way
corner of the baggage room of th'e
St. Francis-hotel, whilo a scor of
sleuths searched vainly for it, the
diamond studded middleweight
championship belt belonging to
Stanley Ketchel has been found by
The Michigan pugilist is once
more officially tagged as the world'?
champion of his class.
Crown Prince To Visit India.
UNITED FBESfl UBASF1D VIBB.
Berlin, Aug. 8. Crown Prince
Frederick William will leave for un
extended tour of India and the far
East in November, probably return
ing by way of San Francisco and the
No political significance Is at
tached to the trip, according to high
GRAY HAIRS BANISHED.
The old idea of using sage for darken
ing the hair Is again coming In vogue.
Our grandmothers used to have dark,
glossy hair at tho age of seventy-five,
while our mothers have white hair before
they are fifty. Our grandmothers used
to make a "sage tea" and apjly it to
their hair. The tea made their hair soft
and glossy and gradually restored the
natural color. One 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 pas
been overcome and by asking almost
any first-class druggist for Wyeth'a Sage
nnd Sulphur the public can get a su
perior preparation of sage, with the ad
mixture of sulphur, another valuable rem
edy for bair and scalp troubles. Dally
use of this preparation will not only
quickly restore the color of the bair but
will also stop the hair from falling out
and 'make it grow. It is sold by all
druggists for 50c. and $1.00 a bottle, or
is sent direct by the Wyeth Chemical
Company, 74 Cortlandt St., New York
City, upon receipt of price. C
J. O. 1'JiIUliT.
Optimism that smiles over tho
other fellow's trouble has a pewter
ring to it.
When tho digestion Is all right, tho
action of the bowels regular, thero is
a natural craving and rellih for food.
When this is lacking you may be sure
that you need a dose of Chamber
Iain's Stomac and Liver Tablets.
They strengthen the digettlve organ,
Improve the appetite and regulate
the bowels. Sold by all dealers.
It's easy for a man to do things
if given a chance, but the world ap
plauds the man who makes his own
fct ! 1 iA tfe hid hl fcl. at at aA aja
Wheat Bluestom, 96 98c; club,
88 90c; red Russian, 88c; Valley,
92c; forty-fold, 92c; Turkey red, 92
Flour Patonts, ?5.35 per barrel;
straights, $4.30 4.95; export, $4'
Valley, $5.40; graham, $5; whole
wheat, quarters, $5.20.
Barley Feed and brewirig,
$24.50 per ton.
Hay Track prices: Timothy, Wil
lamette valley, $18 19 per ton;
Eastern Oregon, . $2022; alfalfa,
now, $13 14.
Corn Whole, $32; cracked, $33
Mlllstuffs Bran, $20 per ton;
middlings, $30;. shorts, $21 22;
rolled barley, $242,G.
Oats No. 1 white, $29 30 per
Vegetables and Fruits.
Green Fruits Apples, now, 50c
$1.50 per box; apricots, 30c$lper
box; plums, 75c$l per box; pears,
$2 per box; peaches, C6c$1.25
per box; grapes, $1.502.50.
Berries Blackberries, $1.50 per
Melons Watermelons, 90c
$1.25 per hundred; cantaloupes, $1
2.25 per crate.
Tropical Fruits Oranges, $4
4.50; lemons, $78; grapefruit,
$3.25 3.50 per box; bananas, 5c
per pound; pineapples, Go per pound.
Vegetables Artichokes, 60 75c
per dozen; beans, 3 5c per pound;
cabbage, 2c2c per pound; caul
iflower, $1.50 per dozen, cucumbers,
50o per box; celery 90c per dozen;
corn, 45c per dozen; egg plant 12o
per pound; hothouse lettuce, 50 $1
per box; garlic, 810o per pound;
horseradish 12o per pound; green
onions, 16c per dozen; poao, 6c; pep
pers, 1012o por pound; radishes,
16 20c per dozen; squash, 50c par
crato; rhubarb, 2c por lb.; tomatoes,
65c $1 per box.
Sack Vegetables Carrots, $1
1.25; beets, $1.50; parsnips, $1
1.26; turnips, $1.
Potatoes New, $1.15 1.25 per
hundred; sweet potatoes, 5c per lb.
Onions Walla Walla, $2.50 per
sack; Oregon, $2 2.25 per sack.
Dairy nnd Country Produce.
Butter City creamery, solid
pack, 34c per lb.; butter fat, 34c
per lb.; country store butter, 24c
Eggs Oregon candled, 27
28c per dozen.
Cheese Full cream, twins, 17c
per lb.; Young America ,18 c.
Poultry Hens, 17 17;
springs', 1717c; ducks, 14
15c; geese, 10llc; turkeys, live
18 20c; dressed, 22 25c;
squabs, $3 per .dozen.
Pork Fancy, 13c per lb.
Veal Fancy, 12 c per lb.
Groceries, Dried Fruits, Etc.
Dried fruit Apples, 10c per lb.;
peaches, 7c; prunes, Italians, 4
5c; prunes, French, 4 5c; cur
rants, 10c; apricots, 15c; dates, 7c
per pound, figs, fancy white, 6c;
fancy black, 7c; choice black, 5c.
Salmon Columbia River, 1-lb.
tails, $2 per doz.; 2-lb. talis, $2.95;
1-lb. flats, $2.10; Alaska pink, 1-lb.
tails, 90c; red, t-ib. tails, $1.45;
Bockeye, 1-lb. talis, $2.
Coffeo Mocha, 24 28c; Java.
ordlnay, 17 20c; Costa Rica, fan
cy, 18 20c; good, 16 18c; ordi
nary, 12 16c per lb.
Nuts Walnuts, 16c per lb.; Bra
zil nuts, 1315c; Alberts, 16c;
aimonds, 17c; pecans, 19c; cocoa
nuts, 90$1 por dozen.
Salt Granulated, $16 per ton;
half-ground, 100s, $10.50 per ton;
50s, $11 per ton.
Beans Small white, 5c; largo
white, 4; Lima, 5c; pink, 7c,
red Mexicans, 7c; bayou, 7c.
Sugar Dry granulated, fruit and
berry, $6.25; beet, $6.05; extra C,
$5.75; golden C, $5.65; yellow D,
$6.65; cubes (barrels), $5.65; pow
dered, $6.60; Domino, $10.40
$16.90 per case. Terms on remit
tances within 15 days deduct c
per lb if later than 16 nnd within
30 days, deduct c por lb. Maple
sugar, 16 18c por lb.
Rice No. 1 Japan, 4c; cheaper
grades, $3.504.65; Southern head,
Honey Choice, $3.25 3,50 por
case; strained, 7c perlb.
Hams 10 to 12 lbs.. 22c; 12 to
14 lbs., 21 c; 14 to 16 lbs., 21c;
18 to 20 lbs., none; skinned, 22c;
picplcs, 16c; cottage roll, 18c.
Bacon Fancy, 30c; standard,
29c; choice, 28 c English, .23
Smoked Meats Beef tongues,
75c; dried boof sets, 22c; outsldos,
20c; Insldes, 23c; knuokles, 22c.
Dry Salt Cured Regular short
clears, dry salt, 16c; smoked,
18c; backs, light, salt, 16 o.
smoked, ISc; banks, heavy salt, 16c:
smoked, 17Vfco; export bellies, salt
1 7c; smoked, 18 c.
Pickled Goods Barrels, pigs'
feet, $16; regular tips, $10; honey
comb tripe, $12; lunch tongues, $22,
lambs' tongues, $40.
Lard Tens: Kettle rendered.
IGftc; standard pure, 15 c; cholee
4 Vic: shortening, llfcc.
Hops, Wool, nidcs, Etc.
Hops 1909 crop, 8 12c; accord
cording to quality; olds, nominal;
1910 contracts, 1313o.
Wool Eastern Oregon, 13 17c
lb.; Valley, 16 18c per lb.
Mohair Cholco, 32 33c per lb.
Cascara Bark 4c per lb.
Hides Salted hides, 77c per
lb.; salted calf, 13c; salted kip, 8c;
salted Btags, 6c; green hides, lc less;
dry hides, 16 17c; dry calf, 17
18c; dry stags, 11 12c.
Pelts Dry, 10 c; salted, butch
ers' take-off, $1.151.40; Spring
lambs, 25 45c.
Grain Bags In carlots, 6c
Linseed Oil Puro raw In barrels,
$1.01; kettle boiled, In barrels,
$l.f3; raw, in cases, $1.06; kettle
boiled, in cases, $1.08. Lots of 260
gallons, 1 cent less por gallon.
Turpontine In cases, 82c; In
wood barrels, 79 c.
Coal Oil Water white in drums,
iron white in drums of iron barrels,
14c; union kerosene in cases, 2-5c,
28c; oleum kerosene in .cases, 2-53,
21s; Aurora kerosene in cases, 2-5s,
GASOLINE Union gasoline in
bulk 18c; union gasoline in cases,
2-5s, 26c; union motor spirit in
bulk, 18c; union moter spirit In
cases, 2-5s, 26c; No. 1 engine dis
tillate In iron drums, 8c; No. 1
engine distillate In cases, 2-5s,
15" c;; V., M. & P., naptha in Iron
drums or barrels, 15c; V., M. & V:
naptha in cases, 2-5s, 22c.
Benzine Union benzine in Iron
drums or barrels, 15c; union ben
zlno in cases, 2-5s, 22c; union stove
distillate in iron drums, 7c.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC TIME TABLE
Effectlvo Sunda January 1, 1010.
No. 16 Oregon Express . . . .6:15 a.m.
No. 18 Portland Passenger 7:43 4,.m.
No. 20 Portland Passenger 2:66 p.m.
No. 14 Portland Express. .8:20 a.m.
No. 12 Shasta Limited. .. 12:36 p.m.
No. 13 San Francisco Exp.. 3: 31 a.m.
No. 19 Ashland Passenger 10:59 a.m.
No. 17 Roseburg Passenger 6:46 p.m.
No. 16 California Express. .9:66 p.m.
No. 11 Shasta Limited ...7:43 p.m.
No. 226 Way Freight ....9:50 a.m.
No. 222 Portland Fast Ft. 10:45 p.m.
No. 225 Way Freight. . . .12:35 p.m.
No. 221 Portland Fast Frt. 2:43 a.m.
OREGON ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
Local Leaves For
Portland and inter 6:
Portland-Hlllsboro Inter . . 8 ;
Portland and inter 11:
Portland and inter 2:
Port., Tualatin, Hlllsboro. 3:
Portland-Hlllsboro inter.. 4;
Portland and inter 6:
Portland and inter 8:
local Arrive From.
Portland and Inter 8:
Portland-Hlllsboro inter.. 9:
Port., Hlllsboro, Tualatin. 10:
Portland and inter 1:
Portland-Hlllsboro inter.. 4:
Portland and Inter 5:
Portland and Inter 8:
Portland Theator train.. 10:
Salem, Falls City & Western Ry
Leave 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 8:16 a. m.
Black Rock and Dallas . .12:20 p. m.
Falls City 4:15 p. m.
Gold Dust Flour
Unde by tk (SYDNEY POWER
COMPANY, Sydaey, Oregon.
Hade for Family Use.
Ak your grocer for It. Braa
and Shorts always IiajUL
P. B. WALLACE, Agt.
Salem Fence Works i
Headquarters for Woven Wire
Fencing, Hop Wiro, Barb Wire,
Poultry netting, Shingles, Mai
thold Roofing, P. & B. Roady
Roofing, Screen Doors, Adjust
able Window Screens, and Hop
I CliAS D. MULLIGAN
250 Court street Phone 124
Salem's mom popular res
taurant, 3U2 State street. W
never close, upen all night.
Wm. McGilchrist & Sons
Capital Journal "Want Ads" Bring
Oae cent a word 'or first lnttrtlaa.
Jne-nalf cent a wo d for each Iniertloa
thereafter. No aarertlsemcnt taken far
lua than 26c Caunt alx wards ta ths
A GOOD SPECULATION 400 acres
first class land; 100 acres in culti
vation, balance In nice grub oak
timber, well located. $35 por
acre. Apply at once to John H.
Scott Company. 7-20-lmo
FOR SALE Good 1 H. P. Stover
gasoline engine, cheap. Inquiro
at 178 South Liberty St. 5-22-tt
FDR SALE M. McDonald's 7-room
residence, 360 Capitol street. House
lighted by gas, heated with hot
water; full basement. Apply to E.
A. Ben net at nursery office on 12 th
WOOD FOR SALE Now Is tho
time to buy your wood, while It is
cheap. Sumjmer delivery. Ash,
oak and fir. Stddall & Eaton, 670
North Liberty. Phone 1663.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Eleht-
room house on Court street 125
foot front, 165 feet deep; strictly
modern, sewer connections, elec
tric lights, eta, Everything In
finest condition. Enquire of Mell
Hamilton, 357 State street
FOR SALE 2 modern residences on
Chomokota street, at a bargain.
Apply 344 State St. 7-16-tf
LOTS FROM $100 UP -Located
about two blocks from the new
North Salem school; slzo 60x120.
Only $10 down and $5 per month.
Como and Bee me about theso be
fore they are gone. Homer H.
Smith Room 6, McCornack bldg.
Phone 90. 7-16-tf
FOR SALE CHEAP A good 6-room
house, two lots, lino well, barn,
woodshed, chicken park. Call at
1811 Leo street, corner South Sev
FOR SALE A nvorpassenger auto
mobile at a bargain; must be sold.
Capital Garage. 7-18-tt
$600 BUYS A GOOD 4-room cottage
on Inside lot, 50x120. One block
from Highland station; ono block
from church. Call at 2164 Maple
avonuo, Highland Addition.
FOR SALE 11 lots and 8-room
houso, in D 11ns, easy terms. For
particulars wrlto P. G. Rompel,
general delivory, Salem, Oregon.
FOR SALE My business, Including
cigar storo, candy and china wnro,
is for sale. C. Dillman, 447 State
WANTED Experienced chambor-
malrt at Railroad Hotel, Albany,
WANTED At once, 300 hop pick
ers to register good yards; har
vest hands; 1 good cook; 2 walt
rossos. 544 State St. A. C.
Smith & Co. Phono 1607.
WANTED Girls or women at the
Glove Factory, 1456 Oak street.
Steady work. Gleason & Co.
WANTED Portor at Gibson's Bar
bor Shop. 8-3-tf
WANTED For prune harvest early
In September at orchard one mile
west of Liberty storo.
Man to dry prunes.
Man to tray prunes.
Man with team to haul boxes, etc.
Woman to cook for boarding table
Family to pick.
Address Box 71, R. F. D. No. 3,
Salem, Or". Honry A. Townsond.
FOR RENT o-room modern house,
2355 East State street. Apply at
Rosteln & Oreenbaum's, 7-25-tf
LOST Three largo cuts of tho Flx
turo room, tho Plating room and
tho Assembling room of Electric
Fixture and Supply Co., by Jour
nal Ad. solicitor. Return to this
office for reword. 7-22-tf
Acute or Chronic Which?
No matter if your kldnoy trouble
is acuto or chronic Foley's Kidney
Remedy will roach your caso. Mr.
Claude Brown, of Roynoldsvlllo, III.,
writes us that ho suffered many
months with kldnoy complaint which
bafllod all troatmont. At last he
tried Foloy's Kldnoy Romody and a
few large bottlos offocted a complete
cure. He says: "It has beon of Ines
timable value to mo, and I would like
every one to know what a valuable
medicine It Is." J, C. Porry
GEO. 0. SAVAGE,
for Farms and City
inn fl. COMMERCIAL ST.
Confectionery opposite court
houso on State St., for your ice
croam, cold sodas, peanuts and
popcorn. Also a full lino of cigars
and tobacco and dally papers.
Call and supply your noeds at 623
State St. 7-13-lmo
PALACE DRY CLEANING AND
hatter I will dry cloan and dye
your clothes nnd guarantee satls
faction. My ten years of exper
ience in this lino of business Is
assurance of good work. I mako
old hate llko now. " Your patron
ago is earnestly solicited. 444
Court St., Salem, Ore. Charles E.
Chambers, Prop. 7-15-lmo-
BUTTE & WBNDBROTH Fln
wines .liquors and cigars. Wo nan
dlo tho colobratod Kellogg ana
CaBtle whiskies. Cool and re
freshing beer constantly ei
draught South Commercial St.
SALEM WATER COMPANY Offlss
city nan. For water service applj
at office. Bills payable monthl)
in advance. .
G. F. MASON BOX COMPANY
247 Miller street, South Salem;
manufacturers of all kinds e'
boxes, crates and fruit dryer ae
cessories. Phone 308. tl
ELLIS & WOOD Real estot
loans and insurance, notary pub
lic, employment bureau. Phent
65. 476 Court St, Salem. Or
gon. Ticket office Hamburg-American
steampship lines. 11-1-lyj
PIANO TUNING Lutellua JL
Woods, tuning, polshlng, repair
ing. Telephone 084. Shop (II
N. Winter St l-a-lyr
STB XM E R - INDEPENDENCE
Dally botweon Salom and Indopon.
donee. Leaves O. C. T. dock Sa
lem, 7:30 a. m. and 4 p. m.; re
turning leaves Independence 9:30
a. m. and 6 p. m. Connects both
ways with motor to Monmouth
and Dallas. Excursions and tow
ing dono at reasonable rates.
Frank Skinner, master.
SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY Dr.
w. h. Byrd, president; Mrs. H.
W. Meyers, vice-president; Bd.
Gllllngham, sccrotary. Exocutlvi
committee: Rev. Barr G. Loo,
Miss Kittle Moore, Mrs. E. Hofer.
Cases of cruelty to animals should
be reported to the Society for In
vestigation. FOR CEMENT, GRAVEL CRUSHED
rock and cement blocks, see Salem
Construction Company, 179 South
Commercial streot. 7-19-tf
ABATER, WATER Wells dug, walled
cleaned, blasting, drilling, etc
Flues built. Address A. F. Holt,
Salem, 2050 N. Fourth street.
THE HIGHLAND LAUNDRY has
again opened for business under
tho old management. All work
called for and dollvored, work
manship guaranteed. E. B. Wal
lace, proprietor. Phono 403.
THEO. M. BARR Plumbing, hot
water and steam noatlng and tin
ning, 164 Commercial St Phone,
Main 192. 9-1-lyi
OTTO MUELLHAUPT Plumbing,
hosting, gas fitting; prices reas
onable; work guaranteed; esti
mates furnished. Phono 171
ao06 Chomokota street 4-17-tt
LIVELY Si ABLE.
POST OFFICE LIVERY STABLB
and Salo Stable. Flno turnouts.
Good service Socond hand rlet
for sale. B. E. Gillian, Prop.
254 Ferry St For a rig telephone
BUTTERNUT BREAD It is worts
more than any other bread, yet
the price is no hlghor. For sal
at your grocer's. California Bsk
ory, Thomas & Cooley, Props.
II. G. MEYER & CO. The best ana
largest shop in the city. 81i
first-class barbers. Only flrst-clssi
bootblack in city; porcelain bath
ard overythlng pertaining to a first
class shop, Also carry a full Una
of cigars and tobacco and barbers'
supplies, 102 Commercial street
next door to Statesman offlco.
SALEM TRANSFER CO. Succe
sora to Cummins Bros. Transfc
orders for transferring prompt!
nttendod to. We also carry a Una
of building material, plaster, ce
ment, llmo, building blocks ana
fan'.y coment blocks.
'Villi KJflNILWOllTH HOTEL If
you want rooms, housekeeping
suites, furnished or unfurnished,
everything new and clean, oonie
to the Kenilworth. Home cook
ing, coolest dining room In the
city. Sunday dinners a specialty.
162 South Church street, half
square from the postoftlce. Smith
DeMuth, Proprietor. Phone 213.
Try a Journal Want Ad
PAINTERS, PAPER HANGERS,
PAINTER AND PAPER HANGER
Estimates made and first-class
work done. L D. Driver, 617
North Capitol street, Salem, Or.
Phone 926. 6-26-tl
SALEM GRANGE NO. 17, PATRONS
of Husbandry Meets In Hurst
Hall on State streot, on tho fourth
Saturday of ench month, at 10:3
a. m. Vlsltln: and sojourning
members welcomo. F. A. Myers, .
master. Sella S. Fletcher, secre
CAMP GROUND Vitao Spring Park
is eight miles from Salom, on tho
Liberty and Independence road.
Wo offer froo for tho camping sea
son. Camping privileges, wood
and Vitao Spring Mineral water.
Mrs. E. B. Smith, Rt 3, Salom.
COME TO THE BIO NEW Second
hand storo, 404 Court street, for
ranges, stoves and furnlturo. Wo
mnko the prices right. Largo tent
for said E. L. Stiff & Co. 8-6-tf
MODERN WOODMEN of AMERICA
uregon Cedar Camp No. 6246.
Meets every Thursday evening at
8 o'clock iu Holraan Hall. w. W.
Hill, Counsel; F. A. Turner, Clerk.
WOODMEN OF WORLD Moot ev
ery Friday night at T:30"o'cloct
la Holman Hall. D. P. Newman, OV
O.; L. H. Fletcher, Cork. 1-10-08
A. O. U. W. PROTECTION Lodgo
No. 2 meets every Monday even
ing at 8:00 p. m., In Holman
Hall, corner Btato and Liberty Sts.
George P. Litchrtold, M. W. A
Bugeno Aurrano, Recorder.
MULTNOMAH ROYAL ARCH CHAP-
ter No. 1. Masonic hall socond
Friday o each month, at 8 p. m.
N. P. Rasmussen Ex. High Priest;
Lot L. Pearco, Secretary. 7-9-tf
UNITED ARTISANS Capital As
sembly No. 84, meets every Friday
evening In I. O. O. F. Temple.
Mrs. Ida L. Nlleo, M. A. S. R.
Vail, secretary, 168 8. Cottage
streot Phono 1214. 7-28-tf
PACIFIC LODGE, NO. 60, A. F. ft
A. M. Masonic hall, third Friday
each month, at 7:3 Op. m. Frank
A. Turner, W. M.; Lot. L Pearco,
They Havo n Dcflulto Purpose.
Foley Kldnoy Pills give quick re
lief In cases of kldnoy and bladder
aliments. Mrs. Roscoe Glaser, Terro
Haute, Ind tells the result In her
case. "After suffering for many
years from a serious caso of kidney
troublo and spending much money
for so-called cures, I found Foley
Kidney Pills the only medicine that
gave, me a permanent cure. I was
laid up In bed with severe backache
and pains, but after taking Foloy's
Kldnoy Pills for four weeks as di
rected, I am again ablo to bo up and
attend to my work. I shall never
hesitate to recommend them." J. C.
Turnips sown into tho corn- prior
to tho last cultivation will furnish a
largo amount of fall feed vory
Disagreeable at Home.
Lots of men and women who aro
agreeable with others, get "crankly"
at homo. Its not disposition Its tho
llvor. If you find In yourself that
you feel cros saround tho house, lit
tlo things worry you, Just buy a bot
tlo of Ballard's Horblno and put your
liver in shape. You and evorybody
around you will foel better for It
Prico 50 cents por Dottlo. Sold by all
"Fleo from ovll" may bo wlo
counsel, but It Is vory practical
thing to look up a big stick and como
Tho Laziest Man Jn tho World.
Would not be contontod to bo kept
in tho houso and do nothing by rheu
matism. Neither aro you, who aro
nlways busy and active. Then don't
nogloct tho first twinge of an ache or
pain that you might thing is Just a
"crick." Rub woll with Ballard's
Snow Liniment and, no matter what
mo irouoio is, it win disappear ttt
once. Sold by all druggists.
GREAT CHINESE DOCTOR
L. M. HUM
has medlclno whlcn will euro any
known disease Ho makes a special
ty of and guarantees to euro catarrh,
ustbmn, lung, throat, rheumatism,
doblllty, stonvcb, liver, kidney
troubles; a I bo nny blackoned or
swollon soreness, broken limbs;
smallpox, epidemic; all kinds of
bolls, lost manhood, fomalo weak
ness, hernia troubles and paralysis.
Consultation froo, Caro of Yick 8o
i'ong Co., Chlnoso drugs and herbs
153 High street, upstairs. Salom.
Jfl FRENCH FEMALE
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