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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, 1009.
Classified Ads .
Capital Journal "Want Ads" Bring
Quick Results
One cent word for drat Insertion.
3n-bal( cent n vio.il for each Insertion
thereafter. No advertisement taken 'or
feci than 25c fount six words to the
line.
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE Throo first-class cows,
giving milk. A. D. Pettyjohn, Sa
lom. Route No 3. 9-5-lf
TOR SALE Cut rosos at Hamilton
Qreenbouso, Yow Park. Will bo
thoro afternoons only. 4-23-tr
FOR SALE Good 1 II. P. Btavor
gasolino onglno, cheap. Inqulro
A 178 South Liberty HU 5-zaU.
FOR SALE ThrcobJng outnt, con
lata of 20-LorecpowtJr doublo cy
linder onglno and 30-00 Reed's
separator, all of tho latest make.
Thero Is a Parcoa'a focdor. Per
fection volghor and Farmor's
Frlond blowor. Prlco rooaonablo
nod torms easy. Apply to J. J,
Langmack, Albany. Home phono
1862. 6-21-ltt
FOR SALE Ono good Jersoy cow.
Inqulro 1299 S. High or phono
1328. 9-4-wk
FOR SALE OR RENT-i-A fine mod
ern dwolllng on Oak stroot, near
cornor Winter, all lmproroments.
Dig opportunity for gllt-odgo In
Tostniont. Dasll H. Wagnor, 203
N. Commercial street. 9-8-2 1
WANTED.
WANTED Mammoth blackborry,
Logan and Prlmusborry trans
plants Addross Oregon Nursory
company, Salem, Ore. 8-24-lmo-.
MEN WANTED For mill yard and
camp, $2 per day and up. Apply
at Salem mill or Mill City office.
Tho Curtis Lumbor Co. 9-4-tf
WANTED Mammoth blackberry,
Logan and Prlmusborry trans
plants. Addross Orogon Nursory
Co., Salem, Orogou. 8-24-lmo
WANTED.
30 mlllmon, $2.25 to $2.75 day.
5 waitresses.
2 cooks.
4 teams, In city.
10 hop-pickers.
A. O. SMITH EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE, 544 STATU.
Phono 1507.
9-9tf
WANTED Exporloncod cook, $40
por month. Phono Muto School,
433. 9-7-tt
.WANTED Cook's holpor; good
wagon, Cottugo Motel. 9-S-3t
FOR RENT.
FOUR FIRST CLASS ROOMS Low
or floor, largo doublo windows Id
tho front, two largo porches, cold
puro wator. pantry, clothos clos
ets, $8 n month, Including wator.
Call nftor 4 o'clock p. m. or before
8 o'clock a m at 597 North 21st
street. Closo to car lino. 9-7-lw
LOST.
LOST Last Monday, botwoon 460
State- and Cornor of Cuntor and
Bumruor streets, threo lottors ad
droisod to James Qoodwln, Salem.
Rotur.ii tor auitablo reward to
Wood & Goodwill, 460 State
Btreot. 9-7-3f
MISCELLANEOUS.
JAY Before ou buy a rungo or fur
niture ot any kind, call on tun OvU
now and seioud-hutid store, 326 X.
Commercial. S-13-lm
PHONE Your order for woodsaw
lag to MnlH (SO. Prompt atten
tion 8-31-lm
AT SIM WHITE'S don't !: till
tho lust minute of the fall to get
kulen uiiu suns sharpened but do
It uow 9-S-31
LODGE DIRECTORY.
KODKRN WOODM12N OF AME1UOA
Orogon Cedar Camp No. 6346.
MoeU uvory Thursday ovonlng at
8 o'clock in Ilolmnn hall A. E.
Banbor, V. C; F. A. Turner, clerk
WOODMEN OF WORLD Meet ov
ory Friday night a7;30 o'clock
In Holtnan hall A- L. Harvey, O.
0.; L. H. Flotoher Clerk 1-10-09
LIVERY STABLE.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES
Old Pcstofllce stables, at 254 Far
ry ctrcot, betwoon Commercial
and Front, Telephone 188, Sotuo
of the llnoat llvorloj la tho city
An bo found hero, W. W. John
son, tt
Don't take so much eredlt to your
solf. You probably have had many
a boost that you never oven said
thank you for.
o
Health uixl lUsmty Aid.
Cosmetics and lotlous will not clear
your eomploxlon ot plmplos and
blotches like Foley's Orlno Laxative,
for Indlgostlon, stomach and liver
troublo and habitual constipation.
Cleanses tho system and Is pleasant
to take, J 0 Perry.
PAINTERS, PAPER HANGERS
PAINTER AND PAPER HANGER
Estimates made and first class
work dono. I. D. Drlror, 517
North. Capital strot, Salem, Or.
Phone 92C. 6-20-tt
KENNEDY & PORTER 130 Liber
ty stroot. Phono 485. Dealers in
Oregon Sloiina (Salem - mado)
paint, wallpapor and all Interior
furnishings. Fainting, paporing,
and all manner of Intorlor work
dono promptly In first class style
at moderate prices. 8-C-tf
BAKERS.
CAPITAL DAKEItS Droad, cake,
pies, and all klndo of pastries,
cookies, otc. Watch for our wag
on. Phono 954. Radock &
Smith. 11-19-tf
DLTTERNUT BREAD It is worth
moro than any other broad, yot
tho prlco Is no higher. For sale
at your grocer's. California Bak
ery, Thomas & Cooloy, Props.
DRAYMEN.
R. O. CUMMINGS COMPANY All
kinds iZ transfer work dono. Fur
nlturo and pianos boxed ready for
shipment. Prompt sorvlco Is our
motto. Stand and offlco at 258
South Commercial street. Phono
210; resldonco phono 023.
3XPRESS WAGON Will tako orders
at all hours. Furnlturo and piano
moving. Phono Main 405. Fred
Schimllor, 305 Htnto st. 8-12-tf
BUSINESS CARDS.
DUTTD & WENDEROTH Flno
wlnos, liquors and cigars. Wo han
dlo tho celobratod Kellogg and
Castle whiskies. Cool and ro
reshlng beer constantly on draught
South Commercial St. 0-3-lyr
WENGBIt & CHERRINOTON Pia
nos and organs sold on easy torms.
Phono 1187. 247 N. Commercial
stroot, Salem, Or. tf
SALEM WATER COMPANY Offlco,
city hall. For water sorvlco apply
at offlco. nillo payablo monthly
In advanco.
G, F, MASON BOX COMPANY
247 Mlllor Btreot, South Salem,
manufacturers of all kinds of
boxos, uraton and fruit dryer ac
cossorloa. Phono 308. tt
PORTLAND RKSTURANT 485
Stnto atroot. Meals and oysters
sorvod nt regular hours. Open day
and night. First-class whlto
cooks. 9-0-lw
DRESSMAKING.
LA nilCS' AND CHILDREN'S sowing
in families; $1 per day. Address
Dressmaker, 557, First olreot, cor
ner High. 0-6-3t
OSTEOPATH.
DR, B, H, WHITE,
Ostoopath and Narvo Specialist. Qrad
uato of tho Amorlcnn School of
Osteopathy, KlrltBvlllo, Mo., 1002,
Post-graduato and specialized In
nervous diseases nt Los Angolos
ColIegoilOOO. Treats acuta and
chronic diseases. Consultation
frco. Offlco 17-18 Broymnu Bldg.
Phono 8G9. Resldonco 34G North
Capitol St.; phono 4 CO. 8-30-tf
DOCTORS.
DR. H. 8. BTONE, D. C, CHIRO
PRACTOR Splno nnd norvo
specialist. Rooms 4, 6, 0, D'Arcy
building. Phono Main 87, Salem.
Oregon, 4-38-tt
PLUMBERS.
THEO. M BARR Plumbing, hot
water and steam heating nnd tin
ning, 104 Comerclal Btreot. Phono
Main 192. 9-1-ly
OTTO MUHLLHAUPT Plumbing,
heating, gas uitlng. prices reas
onable; work guarnntood; ostl
mtaM furnished. Phono 373
1006 Chomeketa street. 4-17-tf
TONSORIAL
II. U. MKYKR & CO. Tho host and
largest shop In tho city Six
first olaBH barbers. Only first class
bootblack in city; porcelain baths,
and everything pertaining to a first
class shop. Also enrry a full Uno
of cigars and tobacco and harbors'
supplies. 163 Commercial street,
next door to Statesman office.
4-6-tt
A clover, popular Candy Cold Cure
Tablet called Prevontlcs la belug
dispensed by druggists ovorywlwre
In a few hours, Prevent les aro said to
break any cold- completely And
Prowntlcs. being bo safo and tooth--onto,
are very fine for children No
qulnlse, no Inxatlvo, nothing harsii
nor slokuulng. Box ot 4S 25c. Sold
by Capital Drug 8tore.
o
Somo people roally think It is bet
ter to have gone doad broko than
never to havo gono at all.
Gambling.
Your lite against 25 cents is Juit
exactly what you aro doing It you
neglect a cough or cold on tho chest,
Instead ot treating It with Ballard's
Horohound Syrup. A 35-cent bottle
of this sple-idld remedy will cure an
ordinary cough, heal the lungs and
act as a tonlo tor your entire sys
tem Sold by all dealer.
ROBT. HATTON GOES
TO HIS REWARD
Robert Hatton, ono of Dallas' best
known and highly respected cltlzons,
died at his homo In Dallas Saturduy
afternoon, August 28, after a long
and painful Illness. Ho had been
afflicted with a complication of ail
ments, tho chief of which was dropsy,
for Bovoral months. Ho began to
sink rapidly about two weeks ago
and despite tho best offorts of his
physicians ho continued to grow
worso until doath relieved him of his
suffering.
Mr. Hatton was born In Adams
county, Illinois, May 29, 1853. After
a resldonco in Missouri, Nebraska and
Nevada ho camo to Oregon In 1887,
only a tow months after his marriage
to MIhb Eliza C. Gqldon of Nobraska.
Ho first Bottled uoar Perrydale, In
Polk county, but uftorwards moved
to Rlckreail, whero ho was employed
for sovorul yenrs In tho McDanlcl &
Whtto flouring mill. Ho then moved
to Dallas and continued to reside in
this city up to tho time of his death.
tor a long tlmo prior to tho begin
ning of his last Illness ho had been
employed at tho Wlllamotto Vulloy
Lumber Company's sawmill in tho
capacity of night watchman.
In tho death of itobort Hatton
Polk county loses an honorable and
upright citizen. Ho was a plcnsant,
companlonablo mau, strictly honest
In hl donllngs, and alwnys faithful
to his employers. Ho bccnino u mem
ber of tho Christian church in Porry
dalo in 1889, and after moving to
Dallas ton yenrs lator ho placed his
inomborHhlp with the congregation in
tlilH city. Ho wiih true to his faith
and was greatly boloved by his breth
ren of tho church, by all of whom
ho will bo grotttiy missed.
IIo whh a member of SherldHii
enmp, Woodmen of the World. He
Is survived by his who, one brnthor.
D. 11. Hatton of woodbine, Ia and
ono flUtor, Mrs. S. A. Loach of Sn
loin, Or.; an unclo, T. T. Notson of
Dallas, and two aunts, Mrs. Honry
Iiyorly of Porrydnlo, and Mrs. Jose
phlno Itowoll of Sheridan. He also
leaves n sister-in-law, Mrs. N. P. Hat
ton of Lodl, Cat.
Tho funoral was held from the
REAL
Here's Your Chance
It Is soltlom that such nn opportunity Is offorcd to got such
choice building lota on such oasy torms as that now bolng offered
In the Mlllor block on South Commercial .stroot. A numbor of
prospective builders havo already Invested and you aro advlsod to
look this mutter up at once if you wish to rosorvo one for yoursolf.
Prices rungo from 4G0 to SC50, on oasy payments.
Phono us nnd wo will call with conveyance nnd show you tho
proporty.
Smith - Gillingham Company
Room 5, McCornack Bldg. Phono 96.
Something
Good
5 acres ot fine black soil, three
miles northeast of Salem;
this is certainly the best buy
on Salem Prairie. Price for
a fevy days only $080.
New 7-itHim house on East
Court street. $x7S0.
Call it ml see photograph ot flue
house on Eighteenth St.; a
complete home for lees than
cost.
Large lot on Court St., I860.
For Farms, small tracts or
City Property, mv
DERBY & WILLSON
HOMESEEKERS
ATTENTION.
181 acres, all under cut tvatlon, very
host ot deep soil, beautiful loca
tion an main traveled road, not
far from Salem, on beautiful How
ell prnlrlo. tho oroatu of Oregon
Must be sold at onee; oau be
bought from $25 to $50 liwa than
tho adjolnlug land. It you ttre
looking for a farm tho best '.n
valley -call on
LOUIS BECHTEL
ll State Strict, Room 7.
Men that go on a vacation fishing
trip somotlmos trip a good deal lb
their fishing.
family homo Sunday afternoon and
was largoly attended by sorrowing
neighbors and friends. Tho services
were conducted by tho Rev. O. A.
alas, pastor of thd First Christian
church. Durlal took place In tho
I O. O. F. cemetery. Tho funoral
was conducted at tho cemetery by
the order of Woodmen.
JAMES L CRYE BEAT
THE DIVORCE COURTS
tUnltfO l'ren Leased Wlre.l
Hnnford, Col., Sept. 9. Mrs. Jos.
L. Cryo Is probably fatally wounded
today, and her huBband llos doad
from a self-inflicted wound, because
she had filed a wilt for dlvorco yes
terday. Cryo is a wealthy farmer
living near hore. When ho discov
ered that hut wife bad Just filed a
divorce complaint In this city ho
hastened to his ranch homo. Ho ao
cured a rovolvor and shot tho wo
man. One bullet struck her In tho
arm, nnd tho Bocond entored the ab
domen. Believing that ho had killed
her, the infuriated man thon sont a
bullet crashing through his head. Ho
died instantly.
o
A Burnt Child
Drends tho flro. Tho dread Ib whole
some, but not tho burn; that can bo
healed and Instantly rolloved by ap
plying Ballard's Snow Llnlmont. Bo
prepared for ace'dents by keeping a
botMo always In the house. Best for
sprains, bruises, outs, scalds, rheu
matism, nournlgla, bunions any
and all aches and pains. Prlco 25c,
50c nnd $1.00. Sold by all dealors.
o
Tho man who marrlos for monoy
probably thinks thoro are enslor ways
of oarnlng it that ho would now bo
willing to try.
Why?
From a small beginning the sale
and use of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy has oxtondod to nil pnrtn of
the United States and to many foreign
countrlos. Why? Decauso It has
proved especially valuable for coughs
nnd rolds. For sale by all good drug
gists.
o
Ghtlleflrcsn Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
O ASTO R I A
ESTATE NEWS
Why Druggists Recommend Chamber-
Iain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy,
. tr Frank C Hnuruhan, a proinl
nont druggist of Portsmouth, Vn.,
sits; For tho past six years I have
sold nnd recommended Chamberlain's
colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Romody
It Is a great remedy and one ot tho
best patent medicines on the market.
I handle somo others for the snmo
purposes that pay me a larger profit,
bin this leniedy Is so sine to effect a
cure, ami my customers so certain to
appreciate my recommending It to
him. that I give it the preference."
For sale by nil good druggists.
o
Sometimes the loan of (10 Is a
cheap way ot getting rid ot a troublo
some ncqunlntnnce.
o
A Narrow Escape.
Edgar N. Baylisa, a merchant of
Roblnsonvlllo, Del., wrete: "About
two years ago I was thin and sick,
and coughed all the time, and If I
did not havo consumption It was near
to it. I commenced using Foloy's
Honey and Tar, and it stopped my
cough, nnd I am now entirely well,
and have gained about 28 pounds,
all due to the good results from tak
ing Foloy's Honey and Tar. J. a
Perry.
A vary clover and certain way ot
keeping out ot debt U to bo sum
that you have no credit.
o
It's a pity when sick ones drug the
stomnch or stimulate the heart and
kldnoy That is all wrong. A weak
stamach, means weak stomach nerves
always. And this is also true ot the
heart and kidneys. The weak nerves
ao Instead crying out tor help. This
explains why Dr. Shoop's Restorative
Is promptly helping stomach, heart
and kidney ailments. The Restora
tive roaches out tor the actual cause
of these ailments the falling "ln
3lde nerves." Anyway test tho Re
Uaratlvo 4S hour It wou't euro so
won as that, but you will surely
know that help is coming Sold tor
Cap.tal U.-ug Store
SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO.
TIME TABLE.
Effective Sunday, uly 1, 1000, nt
12! 01 A. M.
Northbound.
10 Oregon Czpresa
13 Luttage Urore l'aJ. .
SO Itosetiur? IMMcnger . .
14 I'ortlaud Express . . . .
12 Vuasta Limited
Southbound.
No
No.
No.
No.
No.
. ,C!ir a m
, ..8:10 p.m.
, . .3:in p.m.
. . .8:2Uu.n.
, ..7 .1J p.m.
No 13 Sun l'rnnclsco Express..... 1:31 a.tu.
No. 11 Htiaata Limited 7:43p.m.
No. 10 Ashland Passenger 10:30 a.m.
No, 17 Cottage Grove Pass. ...0:45 p.m.
No. 10 California express . ., . . .0 :00 p.m.
Northbound.
No. 22(1 Way Freight 11:40 a.m.
No. 1'22 Portland Fast Freight ...0:00p.m.
Southbound.
No. 225 Way Freight 11:45 a.m.
No. 221 Portland Fast Freight ...2:43a.m
OREGON' ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
Local Leaves for
Portland and Intermediate points. 7 :00 a.m.
Portland-Ulllsboro Intermediate. . . 0 :00 a.m.
Portland and Intermediate points. 10:05 n.m
Portland nnd Intermediate 11 :10 a.m.
Portland nud Intermediate 1:05 pm.
Limited.
Portland, Tualatin and Hlllsuoro.3 :35 p.m.
Local.
Portland-Ulllsboro Intermediate. .4:15 p.m.
Portland and Intermediate points. 0:20 p.m.
Portland and Intermediate points. 8 :40 p.m.
Local Arrltcft From
nnd Intermediate points, 8
Ulllsborn intermediate...!)
Portland
Portland
:30 a.m.
:40 a.m.
:20 a.m.
Limited.
I'ortlaud-IIIIIsboro and Tualatin. 10
Local.
Portland
Portland
Portland
Portland
Portland
Portland
and Intermediate points. 11
nnd Intermediate points, 1
lllllsboro Intermediate... 4
nnd Intermediate 0
and Intermediate... ,...8
theater train 12
!fi5 n.m.
30 p m.
oo p m.
15 p.m.
20 p m.
55 a.m.
O. To C. Co.
Steamer OREGONA leaves for Port
laud Monday, Wednesday tttul Friday
at (1 a. in.
M. P. BALDWIN, Agent.
Tickling or dry coughs quickly
loosen when using Dr Shoop's
Cough Remedy. And It is so thor
oughly harmless, that Dr. Sboop tolls
mothers to iuio nothing elso, oven tor
vorj young bnblos. Tho wholesome
groen leaves and tondcr stoms of a
lung healing mountainous shrub give
tho curatlvo properties to Dr. Shoop's
Cough Remedy. It calms tho cough,
and heals tho sonsltlvo bronchial
membranes. No opium, no chloro
form, nothing harsh to Injuro or sup
press. Demand Dr. Shoop's. Accopt
ao other. Sold by Capital Drug Store
FOR SALE
Some of tho host Howell Pralrio
farms ot all kinds, and city prop
erty from $600 to $35,000. Home
seekors wanting nnythlng in our
lino como and soo
J. O. SCHULZ,
190 State street Salem, Or
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE.
200 acres, 170 acres In cultivation,
balance tlmbor, good bow 7-roora
house, two barns, lots of fruit, alt
flno land, 2 Hi mllos from railroad
town, on good road, Is a good
homo; a snap, $65 por aero; oasy
terms.
56 acres, extra flno land, all in cul
tivated, now C-room houso, largo
barn, fruit, etc., on road one-half
mtlo from station on new rail
road; this placo must bo seon to
bo appreciated; only $5,500.
9 acres, line now house, barn, eto,
woll fenced, less than one mtlo
from Salem, buildings till now,
cost n-er $25, all goos for $3,000.
Houses la all parts of Salem from
$600 to $6,000. Lots in all parts
of Salem,
It you are looking for a homo or
tor investment, be sure and see
A. C. SMITH Ji CO.,
Heal E .ate and Employment Ofllce
. .144 State St. Phono 1507...
The Lurid Glow of Doom.
Was seen In tho red face, hanas
and body of tho little son of H. M.
Adnms. of Henrietta, Pa. His awful
plight from oczoma had, for Ave
years deflod all remedies and baf
fled the best doctors, who said tho
poisoned blood had affected his lungs
nnd nothing could save him. "But,"
writes his mother, "seven bottles of
Electric Bitters ramnlntclv rnrnri
him." For eruptions, ecroma, salt
rheum, sores and all blood disorders
and rheumatism Electric Bitters is
supreme. Only 50. Guaranteed by
J. C. Perry.
n
A prairie fire near Corvallls burned
over a strip of ground seven miles
long by from two to three miles wide,
doing considerable damage.
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A Burglar In Town
His name Is "bad cough." He does
nit cure fo, gold or silver but he
will steal your health away. If he
appears In your house arrest htm at
once with Ballard's Horehound
Syrup, it may mean consumption If
you don't. A cure for all coughs,
colds and chest troubles. Price 25c,
50c and $1.00 per bottle,
o
The motor boat Vixon cut a row
boat squarely in two at Portland yes
terday Tho men in the boat were
not Injured
Salem Fence Works
Hoat!qunrleis for Woven "Wlro
Fe:.o!:i' Hop wire, Barb Wire,
Poultry Nottlng, Shingles, Mal
thold Roofing, P. & B. Ready
Roofing, Screen Doors and ad
Ji'tlblp Window Screens.
All At Lowest Prices.
C1IAS. D. MULLIGAN
S."0 Court St.
Phone 121
Phone the ButcherQuick!
What Butcher? E. G. Cross & Son,
of course; wo always get the best
meat there. It Isn't necessary to go
down to the market these warm days.
Just call Main 291 and tell them to
send you a nice steak, roast, boll or
anything you want In the meat line
and It will reach you on time and in
first class condition.
Testlflco After Four Years.
Carllslo Cantor, N. Y Q. B. Bur
linns writes: "About four years
ago I wroto you that I had boon en
tirely cured of kidney troublo by tak
ing two bottles of Foloy's Kldnoy
Romcdy, nnd nftor four years I am
again ploased to Htnto that I havo
never had any return of thoso symp
toms and am ovldcntly cured to stay
aired " Foloy's Kidney Romcdy will
do tho samo for you. J. C. Perry.
V Farms
All sizes nnd prices. Call for
largo prlntod list. City property of
all descriptions. See us boforo
buying for bnrgalns.
OLMSTED LAND CO.
!7!l State Street.
FARMS ORCHARDS
CITY PROPERTY
My list may contain oxactly what
you wnnt. T. O. JORY,
206 Com'l St., 8aIom, Or.
Union Land Co.
Newport, Oregon.
Population nnd property value treb
ling every year. The next 3 years Is
the time reasonably-priced lots can
be purchased.
LOTS AND BLOCKS FOR SALE IX
ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
If requited, buildings erected on
any property sold. Conespondtnua
solicited.
J. A. 0LSS0N, Mcjr.
Newport, Oregon.
f4M44HHei40-t.eto
SEE
i SAVAGE &BORTI
For farms and city
property
I 135 S. Commercial St. I
fr44HHD-HflHff
CHICHESTER S PILLS
WfJrtty'-A'.-ATEnA
a i ji !. i i d a.L - w
t-lrcl KABM Hut .. ai- .l.l.-L.
WD BY AGISTS EURWtiERr
There is one good quality about
sot weather philosophy, and that Is
hat It Is apt to be thin
fit TtVA .i. i Vi ,T ' """fjut fcr a
i"v tJld'J buaesi. ac t s til... on T
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OHIIirn Cry
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