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DAILY OAOXTATj JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON', WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1010.
PAGE BBVtel
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HOP PICKING
MACHINE IS
INVESTED
one is set up in yards OVJi.
O. IIORST, NEAR KOLA, AND
I'ICKS 27,000 POUNDS OF CLEAN
HOI'S IN ONE DAV.
t '"UTjcn mess lsabeii vpibe.1
Portland, Or., Oct. 12. (Special to
Capital Journal) A hop picking ma
chine Is one of the latest products oC
iaventhe genius. Such a contrivance
and been so.t up on the ranch of E.
C. Ilorsi, near Eola, Oregon, and does
all that could be expected of It. It
gathers the hops from the vines,
which are thrown Into the machine
by the wagon load, and seggregates
the leaves from tho berries.
In one day Mr. Ilorst, who Is a
large grower of hops, picked 2.7,000
pounds of hops on his ranch with this
" machine. He believes, however, tho
apparatus will pick 00,000 pounds In
a single day when Anally perfected.
"As yet the owner1 does not consider
the machine finished, "but Is experi
menting along lines calculated to re
duce the complicated parts of the
mechanism;
A number of hop raisers In this
state have looked over tho machine,
and express themselves as confident
that U will make great changes In the
picking of hops, eliminating the har
vest hazard, for It will work rain or
shine, and many have expressed a
desire to have It sot up In their yards.
Mr. Horst says: "As time goes on.
"we hope, to simplify It to such an ex
tent that one of the machines will bo
usejl on every hop ranch in Oregon.
"I i Is slow work making theso Im
provements, and It is expensive. The
liops picked by this machine are much
cleaner than tho highest class of hand
picked hops."
It Is the belief of the hop growers
-who have seen the now machine at
work that within a very few years it
-will have superceded tho present hand
nicking system entiroly.
u
THE 'VARSITY TEAM IS DOING
HARD PRACTICE WORK AND
AVILL BE IN GOOD SHAPE FOR
SATURDAY'S GAME THIRD
SQUAD ORGANIZED.
The manner in which the students
at Willamette University are re
sponding to the call of Dr. Sweet
land for football material, is remark--able.
Last evening tho athletic
Held was literally filled with fel
lows in football suits and when be
tween 35 and 40 follows come out
In one night, there is sure to bo
some good bucking practice Rader
and McRae were back In practice
last night after their recent Injuries
in tho H. M. A. game. McKnlght
will be ready for work .again today,
fis he also received a slight Injury
In the last game. Tho team la
wdrklng hard and expects to be In
good condition by Saturday.
Today a third squad will be lined
up on the football field. This will
lie the first time in tho history of
Willamette University that there has
been n third team. Mclntyre wjll
probably have charge of this bunch,
g well as the second team.
a
THROUGH RATES
MUST NOT EXCEED
THE LOCAL RATES
VNITBD rB8g UCiSSD WIItB.7
San. Francisco, Oct. 12. Although
1h decision of the railway commli
on that through rate must not be
greater between any two giver, poJnU
ViBU a combination of local rsi.es be
tween the same pcluts will not nfftci
any great 4. mount of shipping If s
lielng balled with Joy by some fruit
shippers, who will benefit to the ex
tent of several thousand dollars.
There are many shipping points In
the state where shippers have to pay
more for a through shipment than if
they split the shipment between local
points, although, as- a rule, the
through rate is the cheapest. The
ruling Is said to be In direct opposi
tion to that of the Interstate. Com,
roerce Commission which ruled that
the shipper must pay the through
rate regardless of what the combina
tion of local rates amounts to.
KsUcada'B school room capacity
has been doubled; six teachers are
now employed.
FOOT BALL
MATERIAL
- ABUNDANT
fvlMhKt I a
It 5).
l'OHTLAND MARKETS.
Grain, Flour, Feed, Etc.
Wheat Track prices; Bluostem,
87 88c; club, 84c; red Russian,
82c; Valley, 87c; 40-fold, SGQSTc
Turkey rod, 82 88c.
Flour Patents, 73. 33 per barrel;
straights, ?4.304.95; export, $3.70
Valley, $5.40; graham, $5; whole
wheat, quarters, $5,20.
Iiarley Feed, $21.50 22 pc
ton; brewing, $23 per ton. 1
Hay Track prices: Timothy,
Willamette Valley, $19 20 per toa;
Eastern Oregon, $2122; alfalfa,
new, $151C; grain hay, $14 15.
Corn Whole, $33; "cracked,- $33
per ton.
Millstuffs Bran, $25 per ton;
middlings, $33; shorts, $27; rolled
barley, $24 25.50.
OatsWhite, $27.50 per ton.
Vegetable!, una Frult..
Dairy nnd Country Produce.
Butter City creamery, solid
pack, 35 30c per lb.; butter fat,
3Gc por lb.; country ' store butter,
2425e per lb.
Eggs Oregon current receipts,
30 31c; candled, 34 35c per doz.
Cheese Full cream, twins, 17 o
por lb.; oung America, 1819c.
Poultry Hens, 1G 16c;
Springs, 161C4; ducks, white,
17171c; geese," 11 124 c; tur
keys, live, 20c; dressed, 22V25c;
squabs, $2 per dozen.
Pork Fancy, 15c per lb. .
Veal Average, 10 lie per lb.
Groceries, Dried Fruits, Etc.
Dried Fruit Apples, 10c per lb.;
currants, 1315c; apricots, 11
14c; dates, 7c per lb.; figs, fancy
white, 6n; fancyblack, 7c; choice
black, Gc.
Salmon Columbia River, 1-lb.
tails, $2.10 per doz.; 2-lb. tails,
$-2.95; 1-lb. flats, $2.25; Alaska
pink, 1-lb. tails, $1; red 1-lb. talis,
$1.G0; sockoye, 1-lb. tails, $2.
Coffee Mocha, 24 28c; Java,
ordlno-y, 17 20c; Costa Rica, fan
cy, 1820c; good, lG18c; ordi
nary, 12lGc per lb.
Nut3 Walnuts, 18c per lb.; Bra
zil nuts, 14lGc; filberts, lGc;
unnonds, 17c; pecans, 19c; cocoa-(iut8,-y0--$l
per dozen.- ,
Salt Granulated, $15 per ton:
half-ground, 100s, $18.50 per ton;
50s, $19 per, ton.
, Beans Small white, 5c; large
white, 4c; Lima, 5c; pink,
IV4.C; red Mexicans, 7c; bayou, 7c.
lGc.
Sugar Dry granulated, fruit and
berry, $G.05; beet, $5.85; extra C,
$5.55; golden C, $5.45; yellow D,
$5.35; cubes (barrels), $5.45; pow
dered, $5.30; Domino, $10.50
$11.50 per case. Terms on remit
tances within 15 days deduct c per
pound, if later than 15 and within
30 days, deduct 6c per pound. Ma
ple sugar, 15 18c per pound.
Rice No. 1 Japan, 4c; cheaper
grades, $3.504.55; Southern head,
5 7c.
Honey Choice, $3.25 3.50 por
case; strained, 7c per lb.
Green fruits Apples, new, GOc
$1.50 per box; pears, $12 per
box; peaches, 40G5c per crate;
grapes, G5c$1.15 per box, 15
15c per basket; cranberries, $8.10
9.50 per barrel; huckleberries, 7
8c per pound.
Melons Watermelons, $11.25,
per hundred; cantaloupes, $1.50
per crate.
Tropical Fruits Oranges, $4.50
4.75; lemons, $5G.50; grape
fruit, $4 4.50 per box; bananas,
5ic per pound; pineapples, Gc per
pounds.
Vegetables Beans, 3 5c per lb.;
cabbago, l'c per lb.; cauliflower.
50c$1.25 por doz.; celery, 50c
90c por doz; corn, 12 15c per doz;
cucumbers, 25 40c per box; egg
plant, $11.25 box; garlic, 810c
lb.; green onions, 15c per dozen;
peppers, Gc por lb.; radishes, 15
20c per doz.; sprouts, 8c; squash,
l14l,6 per lb.; tomatoes, 15
50c per box.
Sack Vegetables Carrots, $1
1.25; beets, $1.50; parsnips, $1
1.25; turnips, $1.
Potatoes New, $1.15 1.25 par
hundred; sweet potatoos, 2 91c per
pound.
Onions New, $1.25 1.50 per
sack.
Provisions,
Hams 10 to 12 pounds, 21c; li
to 14 pounds, 20c; 14 to 1G pounds,
19c; skinned, 20o; plonjct, 14o; cot
tage roll, lGc.
Bacon Fancy, 30 o; standard,
27Hc; choice, 26e; English, 21Vi
023c.
Smoked Meats Beef tongues,
75o; dried beef sets, 291c; outsUles,
20o; lnsldos, 23o; knuckles, 22c.
Dry Salt Cured Regular short
clears, dry salt, 16c; smoked, 17 Via;
backs, light, salt, lfle; smoked,
17c; backs, heavy, malt, l&Vc:
smoked. 17c; export helllea, salt,
17o; smoked, 18tte.
Pickled Goods Barrels, p'ge'
feet, $14; regular tripe, $10; honey -orab
tripe. $12: unch longtime $32.
iambs' tongues. $40.
Lard Tens, kettle rendered,
16 e; standard pure, lc,
cholee. 14 lie; shortening, lSfte.
IIop. Wool, llldoa, lilc.
Hops 1909 crop, nom'nal; 1910
crop 10 12 "4 c
Wool Eastern nrsgon, 13 17c
lb; Valley, 17 19c por lb.
Mohair Choice, 32 33c por lb
Cascara Bark 4c per lb.
Hides Salted hides, 77o por
lb.; edited calf, 14c; salted kip, 8c:
salted stags, Gc; grcon hides, lc less
dry hides, 10 17c; dry calf, 17
18c; dry stags, 11 12c.
Pelts Dry, 10 s,6c; salted, butch
ers' take-off, 4075c; Spring
lambs, 26 46c.
Grain Bags In earlots, Cc
each.
(-
Gils.
Linseed oil-Pure raw in barrels,
$1.15; kettlo boiled, In barrels,
$1.17; raw, in cases, $1.20; kettle
boiled, in cases, $1.22. 'Lots' of 250
gallons, 1 cent less per gallon.
Turpentine In cases, 90c; In
wood barrols, S"V4c; Aro turps (tur
pentine substitute) cases, 45c; bar
rols, 38c.
Coal Oil Pearl oil In cases, 18c;
headlight, In cases, 19 c, eocene,
in cases, 21c; Elaine, in cases, 21c;
extra star, In cases, 21c; water
white, Iron barrels, 10 &c; head
light, iron barrols, 12 c; special
w. white, Iron barrels, 14c.
Gasoline R. C. or motor gaso
line, in cases, 25c; r. c. or motor
gasoline, iron barrels, 18c; SG gaso
line, in cases, 37 c; 8G gasoline,
iron barrels, 30c.
Naptha V. M. & P. naptha,
cases, 23 c; v. m. & p. naptha, iron
barrels, 16 c; engine distillate,
Iron barrels, 8c.
Local Wliolflbile Market.
Flour, hard wheat $5.55
Flour, valley $4.80
Mill feed, bran $29.60
Shorts $30.50
Wheat, bushel 88c
Oats, bushel 3Gc
Hops, new 13lGc
Hops, 1909 crop 6c
Hops, 1310 crop ." 912c
Ohittim bark . 44c
Wool 17 20c
Potatoes, bu GOc
Apples bushel 50 GOc
Butter nna Eggs.
Butter, creamery 37c
Eggs '. 32c
Butter fat 30c
Butter, country 32c
Poultry
Broilers and fryers 15c
Hens 15c
Roosters (young) 15c
Roosters (old 7c
Turkeys I820o
Ducks 12 c
Livestock.
Steers (under 1000 lb) . . .$4.505
Steers (1000 to 1200 lb)..$44
Cows .1 $34
Hogs, tat 99c
Stock 8s
Ewes So
Spring lambs 5c
Veal, according to ality 10c
o
RAIROADS.
SOUTHERN PAOLVIO TLMF, TABLE
No. B .
Effective Sunda January 1, 1010
Northbound.
16 Oregon Erpress. . . .5
18 Portland Passenger 7:
20 Porland Passenger 2:
14 Portland Express.. 8:
12 Shasta Limited. . .12;
Southbound.
13 San Francisco Exp.. 3;
19 Ashland Passenger 10
17 Roseburg Passenger 6:
15 California Express. .9
11 Shasta Limited . . .7:
Northbound.
226 Way Freight ... .9:
222 Portland Fast Ft. 10:
Southbound.
225 Way Freight. . . .12:
221 Po Hand Fast Frt. 2:
Nc.
No
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
15 a.m.
43 i, m.
56 p.m.
20 a.m
35 p.m.
31 a.m".
59 a.m.
45 p.m.
:56 p.m.
43 p.m.
50 a.m.
45 p.m.
35 p.m.
43 a.m
OREGON ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
Local Leavs For
Portland and inter G: 40 a.m
Portland-Hillsboro inter . . 8:65 a.m.
Portland and Inter 11:15 a.m.
Portland and inter 2:00 p. ru
Limited.
Port., Tualatin, Hillsboro. 3:20 p.m.
Local.
Portland-Hillsboro inter.. 4:00p.m.
Portland and Inter 6:20 p,m
Portland and inter 3:50 p.m.
Local Arrive From.
Portland and Inter 8:25 a.m.
Portland-Hillsboro inter.. 9:50 a.ra
Limited.
Port.. Hillsboro. Tualatin. 10:45 a.m
Local.
Portland and Intor 1:00 p.ra
Portland-Hillsboro Inter.. 4:00 p.m
Portland and Inter 5:50 p.m.
Portland and inter 8:30 p.m
Portland Thoater train. . 10: 10 p.m
Salem, Falls City & Western Rv
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. in.
Sunday Trains for:
Dallas & BUck Rock
.-. 0:00 a. m. and 1:35 p. m.
Trains Arrive at West Salem from
Dallas 8:15 a. m.
BUck '.tack and Dallas . .12:20 p. m.
Fallp City : 4:15 p. m.
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Worse Than Bullets,
Bullets hare often caused lees suf
fering to soldiers than the ccaem;i
l W. Itarrtn, BurlInglon1(Me., got
In the armv . :d suffered with, forty
years, "But I'-sklen's Arnica Salve
cured me when ail else failed," he
writes. Oreateet healer for sores,
ulcers, bolls, burns, cuts, wounds,
bruises and piles. 25c at J. C. Perry's
CLASSIFIED AD SECTION
if?-
Can't Get Away
from the results that prove tho pulling power of the little Munnlmakor
classified advertisements in Tho Capital Journal. They find buyers for
you. But, more than that, thoy find sellers for folks who want to buy.
If you want to hire any kind of work or talent; if you want to buy
any article; bo sure that tho right kind of a Munnlmakor ad will find
it for you, and at a price that will be advantageous for both the sell
er and tho buyer.
Dear Mr. Munnlmakor,
Care of The Capital Journal Columns.
Through a little Munnlmakor Classified "Ad In The Capital Journal 1
rented storago space in my stable.
Yours truly. LIVERYMAN.
Write Mr. Munnlmakor, caro of Tho Capital Journal; or phone him,
No. 82, whenever you want anything.
Gapltal Journal "Want Ads" Bring
Quick Results
One cent a word for first Insertion.
One-holt cent a word for each Insertion
thereafter. No advertisement tnken lor
less than 20c. Count six words to the
line.
FOR SALE.
FOR SALJ3 Good 1 H. P. Staver
gasoline engine, cheap. Inquire
at 178 South Liberty St. 5-22-tf
WOOD FOR SALE Now Js the
time to buy your wood, while it la
ohoap. Summer delivery. Ash,
oak and fir. SIddall & Eaton, 670
North Liberty. Phone 1663.
12-29-tf
FOR SALE OR TRADE Eight-
room house on Court street 125
foot front, 165 feet deop; strictly
modern, sower connections, elec
tric lights, etc. Everything In
finest condition. Enqu.ro of Mell
Hamilton, 357 State St. 7-2-tf
FOR SALE An acre of first class
garden land close to city limits.
Is so located that It can be irri
gated If desired. Just right for
colery and other garden truck.
Easy terms if taken at once. Ad
dress F. S. Burns, caro of Journal.
9-5-tf
FOR SALE Second-hand Auburn
and Bulck cheap. Both good
cars. For trade, a 5-passongor car
for city pr porty. Salom Auto
Garago. Pho 0 386. 9-24-tf
GOOD HOME For saio cheap. For
particulars see owner on place.
504 Bolmont St., Salem, Oregon.
8-27-tf
FOR SALE Second-hand piano,
1242 North Front street.
10-8-lw
FOR SALE 2 modern rosldonces on
Chemeketa street, at a bargain.
Apply 344 State St. 7-15-tf
FOR SALE Single top buggy and
harness, cheap. Apply, A. E. Al
len, Grabernhorst tract, Jefforson
road. 10-C-lw
A GOOD TEAM of work horses for
sale cheap. $100 this week. l'i
quire at L, A. Grantz, Route G,
Box 131, near Illlhee Hop Yard.
10-ll-3t
FOR SALE New house and corner
lot near Mule school. Price, $350.
$100 cash, balance easy term?.
Place will rent for $5 per month'
no agent. Address, John Van
Loaneu, Salem, Ore. lO-lQt"
FOR SALE 26 cords of oak wood;
10 to deliver Immediately. Call
Main 1431. 10-10-tf
FOR RENT.
VOn RENT 0oe heretofore oc
cupied by Dr. Rlohardton. In
quire itoom 6, McCormagk liklg.
8-lh.tf
FOR HINT Six-room bouse, 87X
H. High. New paper and plumb
ing. Phone 1103. 1010-Jt
WANTED.
WANTED At once, a g'rl to help
with house work In family. Ad
dross Z, caro Journal. 9-l-tf
WANTED Small furnished house,
family of two; will take suitable
place for year or moro. Addross
"6," Journal ofilce. 9-16-tf
WANTED To purchaso small houso
on installment plan. Address with
description and terms, "C"
Journal office. 9-20-tf.
WANTED At once, 12 men to work
In nursery, 2 men and teams, all
good wages; 3 girls for housework""1
good places and good wages; 1
waitress. A. C. Smith & Co., 540
Stato street. Phono 1507.
WANTED Competent girl for gen
eral housework. Mrs. A, Erick
son, 1510 Court stroot. 10-10-3t
WANTED Girls and women for per
manent positions, at tho glovo fac
tory, 1475 Oak street. Gleason &
Company. 9-30-tf
WANTED At once, a tailor or
pressor. Steady work to right
man. Bauor & Wllkins, Corvnl
11s, Oro. 10-ll-3t
WANTED Paper carrlor. Phono
1G49. 10-ll-3t
WANTED Will trado 5G0 sharosof
Campbell Automatic Safoty Gas
Burner stock for good pleco of
property. G. H. Elfors, 302
Spauldlng BIdg., Portland, Oro.
10-ll-3t
WANTED Loan of $35,000 on In
come property. This Is gilt odgo.
Continental Trust Company, 302
Spauldlng Bldg., Portland, Ore.
10-ll-3t
LOST.
LOST Throe large cuts of the Fix
turoioom, the Plating room and
the Assembling room of Electric
Fixture and Supply Coj, by Jour
nal Ad. solicitor. Roturn to th)
ofilce for roward. 7-22-tf
FOUND
FOUND Court street, lady's purse.
Apply Allen Hutcheon, 715 Cen
ter street. lO-lO-t".
T0NS0RIAL.
II. G. MEYER & CO. The best and
large&t shop in tho city, Sl
first-class barbers. Only flrst-clssr
bootblack. In city; porcelain bathi
at d evorytblng portalnlng to a drst
nl&BS shop. Also curry o full 11d
of cigars and tobacco nnd barbers
supplies. 162 Commercial stree'
next door to Statesman office.
4-6.t;
PLUMBERS.
THBO. M. BARR Plumbing, ho
water and steam tienting and tin
nlng, 164 Commercial St. Pborle
Main 192. 9-1.1 rt
OTTO MUBLLHAUPT Plumbing
heating, gas fitting; prices r?f
onable; work guaranteed; nstl
mates furnished. Phone Hi
. HG Chemeketa street. 4-17-tl
'iry u Jourii-.l Want ad.
BUSINESS CARDS.
I.
THE PEOPEL'S MARKET Thb
porfoct satisfaction of our custom
ers is shown by tho way they are
constantly bringing us now cus
tomers, who, liko tho others, are
well pleased with our low prices,
cleanliness, and generous slices,
tho promptness and caro which la
given each order. Call or phone
370 nnd let usplenso you also.
173 So. Commercial. J. Hanson,
Proprietor. 818-tf
DON'T FAIL TO VISIT tho biG now
and second hand store of E. L.
Stiff & Co. for household goods.
If you buy, the prlco is right; if
you want to sell your goods, phone
941. Best price paid. Cor. Court
& Liberty. Stoves and ranges
now and second hand. 8-13-tf
SAVE YOUR TROPHIES from rod
and gun and have them mounted
true to life. Rug work, game
heads, at! kinds of taxidermy,
Express shipments given prompt
attention. C. A. Corblt. Red
Tannery, south end Yew Park
carllno. 8-22-lyr
U. S. MILLER, THE WATCHMAKER
Ovor 20 years' oxperlenco ns a
watchmaker at Beatrice, Neb.
Hlgh-grado work at Eastern prices.
Oporu Houso block, 484 Court
street. 10-5-tf
CALIFORNIA CLAM CHOWDER
And tamala house; hot sand
wiches 10 cents up. H. Wright,
prop., 190 Comniorclnl stroot.
10-8-lm
BUTTE ft WENDEIIOTH Fim
wines .liquors and cigars. We han.
die the celebrated Kellogg and
Castle whiskies. Cool and re
freshing beer constantly o
draught. South Commercial St.
9-l-lyi
LEHMAN & CLOUGU U. J. Loh
mnn, A. M. Clough, morticians
and funeral directors. Latest
modern methods known to tho
profession employed. 445 Court
street. 9-20-tf
SALEM WATER COMPANY Offlee
city hall. For water servlco spplj
at ofilce. Bills payable month!
In advance.
G. F. MASON BOX COMPANY
247 Miller street, South Salem,
manufacturers of all kinds et
boxes, crates and fruit dryor ee
cessorles. Phono 308. ti
ELLIS & WOOD-
-Real estate
loans and Insurance, notary pub
lic, employment bureau. Phent
554. 476 Court St., Salem. Ore
gon. Ticket offlco Hamburg-American
stoampshlp linos. 11-1-ly.'
PIANO TUNING Lutellua L.
Woods, tuning, polshlng, repair
ing. Telephone 984. Shop 6S0
N. Winter St. 8-2-lyi
STEAMER INDEPENDENCE
Dally, oxcopt Sunday, between Sa
lom and Indopondonce. Loaves
O. C. T. dock, Salom, 7:30 a. m.
and 3:30 p. m.; returning, loaves
Independence 9:30 a. m. and G
p. m. ounects both ways with
motor to Monmouth and Dalla3.
Excursions nnd towing douo at
reasonablo ratos. Frank Skinner,
master.
FOR CEMENT, GRAVEL CRUSHED
rock and comcnt blocks, seo Salem
Construction Company, 179 South
Commercial streot. 7-19-tf
THE HIGHLAND LAUNDRY has
again oponed for buslnoss under
tho old management. All work
called for nnd dellvored, work
manship guaranteed. E, E, Wal
lace, proprietor. Phono 403,
7-22-roguIar
MUSIC CLASSES.
FRANK E. CHURCHILL Represent
ntlve of the Western Cons-vntory
of Music of Chlcngo, will resume
classes In piano, sight reading, har
mony, etc., on and after Septem
ber 2G Studio room 9 opera house
building': Phone 1100. 9-10-tf
MISS BEATRICE SJ1IELTON will
opon classes on piano, October 1,
1910. Studio, 345 Marlon street
phone 1299. Will also teach at
First National Bank building each
Tuesday. Phone 1295.
9-24-lmo
BAKERS.
BUTTERNUT BREAD It Is won
more thnn any other broad, yei
tho prlco In no higher. For salt
at your grocer's. California Bak
ery, Thomas & Cooloy. Props.
-LIVERY Si ABLE.
RED FRONT LIVERY AND SALE
stable. Qulolc and satisfactory
service, good turnouts. When
anything in the livery and board- J
'ng line hi wanted, call up Phone I
Main 70. J. W. Bowen, Prop.
271 Chemeketa St. 8-9-tt
POBTOVFiCID LIVHRY awl Sale
Stable. Beat of turnouts, quid!
servlee; rates reasonable. For
anything In livery and hoarding,
ca'l or 'phone Main 188. E. E.
Gllllau, Proprietor. Ferry street.
LODGE DIRECTORY.
SALEM GRANGE NO. 17, PATRONS
of Husbandry Meets in Hurst
Halt on Stato street, an tho fourth
Saturday of each month, nt 10:S
a, m Vlsltlcs and sojournlnjl
members welcome. F. A. Mayers;
master. Zella 8. Fletcher, secre
tary. 12-Jl-lyr
MODERN WOODMEN of AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 5246.-
Meets every Thursday evening at
8 o'clock lu Holraan 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. D. P. Newman, O
0.; L. H. Fletcher, Cerk. 1-10-09
A. O. U. W. PROTECTION Lodge
No. 2 moots evory Monday even
ing at 8:00 p. m., in Holman
Hall, corner Btato and Liberty Ste.
Clyde S, Mason, M. W. A.
Eugono Aufranc, Rccordor.
. 5-2 1-tf
MULTNOMAH ROYAL ARCH CHAP
ter No. 1. Masonic hall second
Friday o each month, at 8 p. m.
N. P. Rasmussen Ex. High Priest;
Lot L. Pearco, Secretary. 7-P-tt
UNITED ARTISANS Capital As
sembly No. 84, meets evory Friday
evening in I. O. O. F. Temple.
Mrs. Ida L. Nlles, M. A. 8. It.
Vail, secretary, 158 0. Cottage
street. Phone 1214. 7-2 -t
PACIFIC LODGE, NO. 60, A. F. A
A. M. Masonic hall, thirl Friday
each month, at 7:3 Op. m. Frank
A. Turner, W. M. Lot. L Poarce,
secretary 8-1-tf
SALEM LODGE NO. .4, A. F. & A.
M. Stato communication on
first Friday in each month n,t 7:30
p. m., in Masonic hall, McCornack
block. Geo. H. Dunsford, W.
M.; John Bnyne, secretary.
SALEM HUMANE SOOIETY Dr.
.W. H. Byrd, president; Mrs. H,
' W. Meyers, vice-president; Ed.
Gilllngham, secretary. Executive
committee: Rov. Barr G. Leo,
Miss Kittlo Moore,' Mrs. E. Hofer.
Cases of cruelty to animals should
be reported to the Society for in
vestigation. PAINTERS, PAPER HANGERS!
PAINTER AND PAPER HANGER
Estimates mado and first-class
work done. I. D. Driver, 517
North Capitol stroot, Salem, Or.
Phono 920. 6-26-U
The slzo of a man's salary docs
not always boar a direct relation to
his bump of conceit.
RANCH BARGAINS
Ono of tho best pieces of soli in tho
WilUvmetto valley is contained In
a 228-acro farm 2 miles from
Brooks nnd convenient to the olec
trlc lino. This placo must bo
sold soon and wo have orders to
Boll It, and wo aro going to do it.
If you want n good piece of land
soo this farm. Tho buildings rlo
not amount to much, but tho soil
Is A No. 1. Will grow fruit, grain
or vegetables or would mnko a
first-class dairy ranch. Soo It
and mnko us a prlco. Wo will
mnko ngrooablo terms. You will
not waste your tlmo or ours iu
looking nt this property,
1IECHTEL & I1YNON
17 Stnto Streot Tolophono 15a
GREAT CHINESE DOCTOR
L. M. HUM
has medicine whlcn will euro any
known disease. He makes a special
ty of nnd guarantees to euro catarrh,
asthma, lung, throat, rheumatism,
debility, otomnch, liver, kldnoy
troubles; also any blackened or
ewollon soreness, broken limbs;
smallpox, epidemic; nil kinds of
bolls, lost manhood, fomnlo weak
ness, hernia troubles and paralysis.
Consultation free. Caro of YIck So
Toug Co., Chinese drugs and herbs
Office hours from 10 to 12 n. in. uu
1 to 7 p. flj. Office open Sundays.
153 High streot, upstairs. Salem,
Oregon.
Salom's most poular res
taurant
THE WHITE HOUSE
We cater to tho public who
demand a good meal for a
small price.
Wm. McGilchrist & Sons.
m FRENCH FEMALE
DRILLS.!
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NtVm mnwll Tfl I 111. 84b I Hani Sawlf 1 U1
bftl-00yr U... Will mJ UnulU.U t lJJ im
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UNITKU Mr0ICALC0.,O 4, UNir
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