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THE DAILT CAPITA!. JOURNAL, SALEM. OBEQQN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 1914.
PAGE 8BVEW ttvt 4MMM 1 1 4 i 4 tttttttfttttftttttttttfMtttttttttMMMMt CAPITAL JOUR CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 4 FINDING A SITUATION It is possiblo to secure employment by calling personally upon those you hear need help. It is a long, tedious task, however. Tho classified way brings your application before those who need help, quickly and easily. RATES FOR ADVERTISEMENTS TWO CENTS per word for the first insertion. " ONE CENT per word for each succeeding subsequent inter- THE CAPITAL JOURNAL WANT ADS work continually they never eeaae until their tasks are wo eesafully performed. Each day those little wonder workers faitHfully de liver their meuece to the people of Salem and nearby towns who hare learned their value. ZVmffl(iW1&lWWS& JOURNAL WANT ADS GET RESULTS. DON'T WALK THE STREETS SEARCHING FOR A POSITION OR A ROOM TRY THE ri AQQinrn uriv nreii nror ir... unit iuniTiiii wrexnM tua uc. ' l THE NAL v1 Capital Journal Want Ads Bring Quick Results Two cents a word for first ineortlon. Ono cent a word for each Insertion thereafter. No advertisement taken for Ins tuan 25c. Count six words to th 11ns. - - ABSTRACTS. UNION ABSTRACT CO. Abstracts thiit Protect." Our books posted tip to date each morning. Call Alain 1240 anil a messenger v. ill call for your abstract. J. C. Siegmund, 'president; Max Gehlhnr, secretary, 345 State Street. g j AUCTIONEER. Al'CTIONEEK Salem 'a reliable seller. Farm sales solicited. Terms 1 per cent; satisfaction guaranteed nr no , pay. Henry K. Yoorhies, Michigan avenue, first street cast of the state fair grounds. r-- Stated communication third Friday DR. O. L. SCOTT Graduate of Chiro- in each month at 7:30 p. m., in the practic's Fountain Head, Davenport, Masonic Temple. J. S. Wynnt, W. Iowa. If you hnvo tried everything M.; Ernest H. Choate, secretary. und have got no relief, try Chiroprnc- , '' tic spinal adjustments ami get well. Ml I TNOMAFI ROYAL ARCH CHAP Office 40(1-7-8 l S. Nntional Bank ,rhR M)- 1 R- A- M- U'Slnr meet Building. Phono Main 87. Residence '"K st,0"".1 indny in each month at Main 8'-nr s T- ,n-i in tho Masonic Temple. J. " T. Welch, Ex. High Priest; Lot L. ELECTRIC FIXTURES, Pearce, secretary. ELECTRIC FiaTCRE AND SUPPLY HODSON COUNCIL NO. 1, R. & S. 11. Co., 220 North Liberty sfreet. Phone Stated assembly first Monday in I Main 203. Electric wiring and elec- each month, Masonic Temple, L. S. tricul supplies. Estimates furnished. Rowland, Thrice Illustrious Master; Try our new Mirror reflector. We Glenn 0. Niles, Recorder. have the "Famous" Edison Mazda' 777; , ., - . . . , . ' : lamp. Its onlv rival the sun. AL01'4X f-ANURY, WO. 0, -i a. T. Rogulur conclave fourth Fri- LATJNDRY. day in each month, nt 8 o'clock p. m., in Masonic Temple. Sojourning Sir CLOTHES LAST LONGER With our Knights are courteously invited to nil-hand work; established 20 years. meet with us. Frank A. Turner, re- 430 Ferry street, South side, between corder. Liberty- and High. Hop Lee. -. -. 1 i-i CUADWICK CHAPTER NO. 37, O. E. NEW 'AND SECOND-HAWD GOODS, S. Regular meeting every first nnd 7T7nZ7Z7?'"Z -. tlir,i Tuesday at 8 p. m in the Ma il. M. BAKER New nnd second-hand sonjn Temple. Mrs. Ida B. Godfrey fu'niiture, hardware nnd general sup- w.'M., Ida M. Babcock, secretary plies. Best cash prices paid for sec- ond-hnnd goods. Call and see us and R. , ,,f A. "Oregon Grapo Camp" look over mir goods. 373 Court street, N0, j;!0) ltlPots eV(,ry Thursday ev- Phone I8M. . ening in McCornack building. Court ,,,,,,,,,, , c 111 "nd Liberty streets. Elevator. Su- JHGlll'.ST price paid for second-hand ,,, ., : '," .... 1 1 , , . sie i'armenter, .81 North Front St . furniture, ranges hardware, tents, Q , Hllzel' Price, Imperial Fu , : lT V iUtty ihJ,mm I I'o- recorder. ' stock of above articles' 1 it town nt . ; 1. tho lowest price. O. L. Me Peek, 271 MODERN WOODMEN OPAMEHlCA North Commercial St., Phone Main Oregon Cedar Camp No, 521(1. Meets 1 2:i:i- every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock OSTEOPATHIC "PHYSICIANST" ' ", JlT""1 CUrt ?" i -,. -, t. -. -. -. - - -. -,. - -. - -,. -,. i 1 -L - Liberty streets. Elevator service. 1) l!H. B. II. WHITE AND R. W. WAL- U- Born - c-' Rtti' A- ri''t, I TON, Osteopathic physicians nnd clork- nerve specialists. Graduates , of Amor- vylTK) ARTISANS Capital Assem- ,cu School of Osteopathy, Kirksyille j u N w m 1 W(,Jn,1Sl) Mo. Post graduate and specialized llt s , M f, w y As. .n nervous diseases at Los Angeles seln Al. A., Ivan G. Martin, secrc- , college, 'lrent acute ami chrome d,s- tarv. Masonic Temple. eases. Consultation free. Lady nt- : ! tendnnt. Office 505-500 1'. S. Nn- SALEM III" MANE SOCIETY D. D. tionnl Bank building. Phone 850. Keeler, president; Mrs. Lou Tilison, Residence 34li North Capital street. secretary. All cases of cruelty or ' Phone 401. neglect 'of dumb animals should be ' dt rriirtiTiJ;" ' reported to tho society for investi- i PLTOIBiyr. gation. THEO. M. BARR Plumbing, hot water and steam heating and tinning. 104 I Commercial St., Phone Main 102. SCAVENGER. MALEM SCAVENGER Charles Sons, proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all kinds removed on monthly contracts at reasonable rates. Yards and cess- . pools cleaned. Office 518 State St. Office phono Main 2247. Residence ' Main 2272. ! BAND AND GRAVEL. PALEM CONSTRUCTION CO. Can supply you with send and gravel. Of fice 404 Court street. Phono Main 700. Gravel bed on Front street and North Mill Creek. THERESKA HAT WORKS. HATS .MADE TO ORDER All work guaranteed. Thereska Hat Works. , Hats of all kinds renovated into any sixe or style; good quality trimmings. 217 South High street. Phone 251, Salem, Oregon. TAXICAB SERVICE. TAXICAB SERVICE It will pay you to sec or phono to J. B. I'nderwood, mannger of the West Side Transfer . o., wnen you want n laxicnn, lenns ; rniaunuuie. i none .Main iii. r-Tnni 350 State street. Orders for enrly morning trains' phnae night before. UNDERTAKERS. I.LHMAN 4 CI.O I" fill I'. J. Lehman, A. M. Clough, morticians and funeral ! directors. Latest modern methods ! known to the profession employed. 445 Court street. - I UNDERTAKERS. KlfiDON RK HARDRON CO. Funeral director and undertakers, 252 North High street. Office Phone Main 1H3. Riednn residence Mnin 111. WOOD AND COAL. SAI.E.M Fl'EL YARDS The piece of quality. All kinds of dry wood, four foot, or cut in stove lengths to suit. Prompt delivery. We handle the best coals on the market. Try our King coal; it is the best: 752 Trade street. Phone Mnin 520. Mark Siddul. prop. WATCHMAKER. V. S. MILLER, the WATCHMAKER Over 20 years' experinre as a watch maker at Hentrice. Nebr. Ilich trade work at eastern prices. Opera House block, 44 Court street. WATER COMPANY. SALEM WATER COMPANY Office corner Commercial and Traiio streets, lor -water service apply at office. Bills payable monthly in advance. LODGE DytECTORY. A. O. I. W. Protection Lodge No. 2. Meets every Monday evening at 7:30 in the McCornack hull, comer Court and Liberty streets, Leonard Mason, M. V.; S. A. Mci'adden, recorder; E. B. Duncan, F. CENTRAL LODGE No. 18, K. of P. McCornack building, Tuesday even iug of each week'Vt 7:30; W. B. S.imervillo, C. C, James W. Cox, K. of R. and S. SALEM LODGE NO i, A. F. & A. M. Stated communication first Friday in each month at 7:30 p. m., in the Masonic Temple. David A. Wright, W. M.; S. Z. Culver, secretary. WOODMEN OF WORLD Meet every xnoay nignt at N:uo o'clock in Mc Cornack block. L. H. Fletcher, 0. C; C. O. McElroy, clerk, 51!) Court Btreet. THERE IS No "servant problem" for tho housekeeper who depends on the want nils. REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE OR RENT Modern five room bungalow, electric lighted and plumbed, city water, one block to ear line. See Roy H. Mills, Spaulding Logging Co. oftico. IS IT A BETTER ROOM In more pleasant surroundings that you aro looking fort Save carefare and shoo leather by advertising for that room in a want ad. You'll find just what you want. j WANTED Reliable man to buy new uouse ana uo general work as part payment on flrst yoar'a instalments. erman Bnyeitment Co., 204 Wteeres bniluing. r FOR MALE Five room house, barn, good well, corner lot, 150x150, all in bearing fruit; by owner. 1515, cor ner Saginnjr and Lincoln street. pQR SALE "Faultless'' Houdans- this strain has beea emhreA from trapnest record since April, 1800. I have bred them if. years for great! layers and 12 years for large size,! chalk-white eggs; these fowls are ex-i trenielv hardv. Iiiva nmihn. nn,h wattle to freeze, and are tho best all winter layer in open-front coops; "Faultless" strain Houdaus have won every blue ribbon at New York, Chicago and Philadelphia show for past six year; egg and stock od on honor; end ID cents for the . largest, illustrated poultry catalogue ver issued; it tolls you how to breed the fowls, which averago 250 eggs a year apiecer it tells yon how to net .'1000 a year from 100 hens. E. F. VcAvoy, secretary Houdan Club, Cambridge, N. Y. FOR SALE. THE WANT AD Bt.'YERH Of the "t hour aro truly the wise ones. ALU.S.U THE HIGHWAY Of busi ness, tho searchlight and guide posts are the want ads. 1 FOB SALE. Continued. FOR SALE Rubbr tired buggy and 1 single harness for sale cheap. Also ; two Small saddles. At Spaulding Logging Co. barn, youth Commercial street. THE WANTS Will prove of interest in scores of ways take full advant age of them. FOR SALE Choice five acres of sandy loam, 5-room house, barn, well, good fenco, lVj acres loganbc-ies, 1 acre of strawberries, choice garden , land, convenient to school. Price $1700; cash $1100. Square Deal Realty Co. Phone 470. j FOR SALE 3 -inch wagon, narrow tire, good condition. Address box ' 275, Sulcm. FOR SALE Modern six-room house, paved street and car line, closo to good business corner, convenient to school. Price 12,500. Two hundred dollars down, balance in rental ia stalments. Phone Main 470. FOR SALE Lot on 20th street, neur Center. Price $300, including pav ing. Fred J. Smith, 053 N. Winter, , phono 1532-w. FOR SALE 10.7 acres, 3, miles south of Salem; 3 acres cleared; one acre in loganberries. Some timber; 5 room cottngo and outbuildings. Price $2,8(10. Theresa Dutzman, R. 3, Box 112. land all under cultivation; good house and barn; family orchard; macadam road, good spring; four miles from Salem; price $5,000, $2,500 down, balance to suit. W. H. Ornbuiilmrst & Co., Room 2, Bush Bank bldg. FOR SALE Ten acres of good land, 5 acres in seven-year old bearing ltal ion prune orchard; good prune dryer; 3 miles from Salem; price $4,00. W. H. Grabenhorst & Co., Room 2, Bush Bank bldg. FOR SALE Twenty acres, nearly nil under cultivation; 5 acres in bearing peach orchard; one acre in goose berries, bnlnnce Bowed to oats; good location, just 'AVj miles from Salem; price $3,000, half cash. W. II. Grab enhorst & Co., Room 2, Bush Bunk building. (FOR SALE Farm 220 acres, 175 un der plow;, (-room house; spring water; good barn. Address "K J", care Journal. WANTED. - -1 WANTED To trade $500 city proper ty for runabout. Telephone 2280. HAVE YOU A HOUSE TO SELL Why not reach a good customer through u want ad? WANTED Experienced German girl wants .position doing housework. Phone Main 2073, LOST. LOST Your diamond rinst Why not advertise for it by a want ad FOR RENT. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, close in, desirable location. 305 High Btreet. or without board, 447 North Liberty street. FOR RENT Two well furnished rooms for housekeeping. Inquire at 332 North Church streot. FOR RENT Nicely furnished room, walking distance. Phone 208111, or call 123 North Liberty street. FOR REN'E Seven-room house, fur nished or unfurnished, 832 North Seventeenth street. FOR. RENT 5-room house, two lots; barn and chicken house. $10.00 per month. Inquire at 1415 N. 4th street. FOR RENT Furnished house or house keeping rooms, close in, good condi tion; call at 250 8. Cottage. Phone 773-R. MISCELLANEOUS. SHOE REPAIRING Salem Shoe Shop. Men'a heavy soles 75c. ladies' soles 60c. All work guaranteed. lltfO State I street, corner 13th. JtM1 akkivkd Carload of Rock ,iiug miu fiinwiinin . v oiii. i none 307. Residence 590. WORRIED ABOUT MOVINO Dis poso of ome of your discarded furni ture through a want ad. TH ERE'S ONE WAY of reaching housands: A Want Ad i. alwajl on l, 1h 1 th the job. CARRY YOCR STORY homo with di- ! rect purpose, speedy action and cer- tani results bv a Want Ad. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children Tha Kind You Have Always Bought Signal Jo of ff-Ai Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORIA THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL Classified Business Telephone Directory A Quick,5handy reference for busy people Telephone ABT NEEDLEWORK The Hob Nob, Mrs. A. B. Kolsey, 208 1) Hubbard building 8.1 ' BATH AND MASSAGE Sanitoria Bath & Treatment Parlors, Inc., 213 Hubbard Bldg.... Main S05 CLEANING AND PRES3ING R. F. Spaulding, 495 Court street Main 1093 CHIROPRACTOR AND NERVE SPECIALIST Dr. P. H. May, 201-3 Masonic, Temple 805 DRUGS AND SUNDRIES Perry's Rexall Store, 115 South Commercial -y Main 979 Opera House Pharmacy, corner Court and High streets Main 1459 ELECTRIC WIRING AND FIXTURES Geo. Pettingill, 135 North Liberty street Main 187 FISH, CLAMS, OYSTERS, CRABS Salem Fish & Poultry Market, 173 South Commercial street Main 2125 FURNITURE, CARPETS, DRAPERIES Calef Bros., corner Court and High streets Main 593 GROCERIES L. M. Boggs & Co., 197 South Commercial Main 311 HARDWARE AND PAINTS Salem Hardware Co., Inc., 120 North Commercial Main 173 JEWELRY AND WATCH REPAIRING John G. Bnrr Company, corner State and Liberty Main 1255 LAUNDRIES Salem Steam Laundry, 130 South Liberty Main 25 MILLINERY AND FURS Millinery & Fur Shop, 2nd floor Hubbard building Main 881 MEATS FRESH AND CURED Capital Meat Market, 121.. South Commercial Main 217 MAS3AGE AND BATH. Sanitoria Bath & Treatment Pnrlors, 213-21 Hubbard bldg Main 805 PHOTOGRAPHERS Bullock's Studio, 418-23 Hubbard bldg .' Main 2303 PRINTING AND LEGAL BLANKS Ross E. Moores & Co., 191 South Commercial street '. Main 218 PLUMBING, STEAM FITTING AND TINNING T. M. Burr, 104 South Commercial street Main 192 UNDERTAKERS Rigdon-Richardson Co., 254 North High street Day nnd night, Main 183 REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Jim Willson, 141 North High street jrjn 474 REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND LOANS Geo. B. Jacob Co., 207 Hubbard building Main 2421 REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND JEWELRY National Brokers, 135 South Commercial street , STORAGE, TRANSFER AND DRAYAGE Salem Truck & Dray Co., corner State nnd Front streets Main 74 , STOVES AND BEDDING Calef Bros., corner Court nnd High streets Main 593 SHOES REPAIRED WHILE YOU WAIT M. Dolan, 130 North Liberty street u ,,. SUITS MADE TO ORDER f?. V Kt.niil.llnrr .10 n 1 ... i. 1 "' v,n"" ""o Main 1U2 r , TOILET SHOP AND TAILORED CORSETS Mrs. D. Cox, 228 Hubbard building Main 10, n- x x ,r, WALL PAPER, PAINTS AND OILS W; J. Porter, 455 Court street Mllin 4H5 Good Eosulta Follow Use of Foley Kidney PUls. When run down with kidney trouble, bothered with backache, rheumatism, swollen joints or bladder weakness, you will find good results follow the nso or roley Kidney Pdls. Mrs. Mary Wil son, Lynn, Mass., says; "My feet, nines aim unins were swollen. I used L-l.... I.-: i , ... ruinjr iMiuiey run ami tno pain is gone irom oy linen anil tile swelling has disappeared." ('has. N. Fox, Ilimrod, N. i, writes: "Foley Kidney Pills have done me more good Hum $1.10.00 worth of medicine." Try them. J. C. Porry. Why It SulU Particular People. Foley's Honey andi Tar Compound Is prompt and effective for cought, colds, croup hoarseness, bronchial coughs and for any condition where the mem branes of tho throat) and bronchial tubes are inflamed and raw. Thomas Verron, Hancock, Mich., writes: "Fol ey's Honey and Tar has always proven effective, quickly relieving tickling throat and stopping the cough with no bad after efeit. " It constains 'no opiates, and ia a pure, reliable medicine. That's why it suits particular people. -J. C. Perrv. GOVERNOR ISSUES ANOTHER NOTICB ABOUT REQUISITIONS. Governor West this morning issuedb the following: "Tha apropriation mado by the last legislature to cover the return of fugi tives from justice bus been exhausted, and no further requisitions for the re turn of fugitives can be issued by this office unl-ii the several countie see j fift,. ,!"nlth!i .n- , ',jnt'r th" (i,'f,""'nny a le last session of the lei passed at leaislature. it is made a misdemeanor to Incur in- debtedneiw after the exhaustion of an appropriation. In view of this and the fact that Attorney-Genernl (.'raw- rora lias Keen ifnsing around to find some deficiency claim incurred by this office in order that he might plnce it in the hands of a certain unfriendly prosecuting attorney in this state, and with the hope of having me indicted, I do not proposo to take any chances in this matter. "It will be necessary, therefore, for all requests from district attorney for requisitions for the return of criminals from other states, to be acompanied by a statement from the county court gua ranteeing the payment of all expenses incufled." , , Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CAST.O R I A DR. STONE'S Heave Drops! i For tho euro of j heaves; a liquid ; medicine given i'l 1 tho feed, which the most fastidious horHe will not re fuse. From one to six bottles wi:i cure the most stubborn rase, Prico $1.00 per bottle, or 11 bot tle for $5. For sale by all drug gists and at DR. STONE'S Drugstore The only cash drug toro In Oregon, owes no one, nnd no ono owes it; car ries largo stock; its shelves, counters and show cases art) loaded with ilnum. medicines, notions, toilet articles, wines and liquors of all kin. Is for medicinal purposes. Dr. Stone is a regulnr gradu ate in medicine and has had many years of experience in the prnetice. onsultation are free. Prescriptions aro free and only regular price for medicine. Dr. Stone can be found Bt his druir store. Salem. Oreunn. fr,.m :40 in the morning until 8 at. night. Free delivery to all )arts of the city and within a radius of 100 miles, OFFICE, FACTORY AND STORE FIND the most efficient workers among THOSE ADVERTISING IN THE .WANT COLUMNS. The English Language, Elslo (ngod flv)-I do hope some! Dutchman will murry mo when 1 grow up. Aunt Mary Why, my dear? Elslo 'Cause I want to be a e6. Philadelphia Lodger. duch- Running Chancos. Bank Teller-Tills check Is nil right, but you must bo Introduced! Cim't you bring In your husband? Wonmn-WIio, Jack? Why. If Jack thought you wanted nn Introduction to mo ho'd knock your block off! Kun sua City Star. What Did Ha Expect? Cutomer-8ny, tnllorIook at this "Ht. It seiMiis to bag all over. Tnllor-Suro It bags. It's a suck suit Chk'iigo News. 1 1 y Wit TRAVELERS' GUIDE RAILROADS SOUTHERN PACITI0 COMPANY. Time Table, Portland Division. Northbound. 10 Oregon Express ...0:00 a.m. 10 Albany Passenger 7:1M a.m. 2S Willamette Express ....8:27 a.m. 12 Shnsta Limited 12:35 p.m. IX Portland Passengur. . . .2:00 p.m. i!0 Portland Passenger,... . .5:47 p.m. 11 Portland Exprcna ......8:11 p.m. Zl Local Way Freight. . .10:30 a.m. 22a Portland Through Pro't 10:3(1 p.m. HouthVound. 13 California Express .1:32 a.m. 17 (Herniate Passwsger. . . 11:10 a.ra, II) Cottage Grove pnss'ger 4:48 p.m. 27 Willamette Limited .,.(1:11 p.m. II Shasta Limited 7:3H p.m. B Albany PnBscnger H:45 p.m. 13 San Franuisco Express 10:31) p.ui. 22.r Local Way Freight. .. ,:27 a.m. 221 San Fran. Thro' Fr.'t. .12:01 a.m. Salem Otar Branch. 127 Passenger arr. Snlem. . .0:2)5 a.m. 1.10 Pass. mid. leaves Snlem 1 1:00 a.m. 1211 Pass. mid. arr. Salem.. 3:00 p.m. 12S Pass, leaves Snlem. .. .5:00 p.m. I.VI-Arrives Salem 8:10 a.m. Salem, rails City ft Western. 1. 12 Arrives Salem 11:20 a.m. 154 Arrives Salem .'1:15 p.m. 1,10 Arrives Snlem 5:30 p.m. I1H Arrives Snlem 7:4,1 p.m. Ml Leaves for Fnlls City. ,fl:35 a.m. 1.13 Leaves for Hlack Hock 0:45 a.m. 155 Leaves for Falls City.. 1:40 p.m. 157 Leaves for Fnlls City.. ,1:25 p.m. 150 Leaves for Dallas ,...ll:lfi p.m. 100 Freight, arrives 1:,'I5 p.m. 101 Freight, depart :00 a.m. OEEOON ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO, Northbound. Leaves Salem Arrives Portland Train No. ' 4:25 a.m 2 Owl ....fl:50 a.m. ;l, a.m 0 ,H:05 ,.,. 8:00 a.m N Loc... 10:20 a.m. l:-5 a.m 10 Ltd. ..11:40 a.m. 11:20 a.m 12 15 p.m. 1:8" V-tn 1 1 4:20 p.m. 4:'10 pni 15 Ltd ...6:55 p.m. pm 18 rt;40 p.m, T:50 p.m 20 8:15 p.m. 7:45 p.m 22 10:05 p.m. If you want Quality and a sani tary, clean loaf of broad, wrap ped in tha finest waxod paper before leaving the shop, aBk for I Salem Royal Bakery BREAD And if your grocer does not keep It, let us know or call us up and wo will gladly deliver to you di rect. x Tl J.UL P. TL I I VlUIUdlilUU . 1 liCUCI No. 240 South Commercial St. Salem, Oregon. Phone 378 "THE OLD RELIABLE" mil i .i"..Tte"r-yr'.7' -,,. , tmM HEM EDT for MEN AT UHUGSIBT8.0RTHIAL BOX Br MAILKO. FROM PUNTtN S3 HENRYST. BROOKLYN. NY, - n c: tt j-, rr c. --r I1TM rATIOHH SalemFence Works R. B. FLEMING, Prop. Headquarter)! American Wire Fouoo, Moocloy'i Patent Hop Bas ket, Send your orders lu bow. Big stock of hop and logaubery wire. Rubber roofing, 91.50 up per square. Elastic roof paint, oaat' be beat. Stock of paint and varnishes at 20 per cent dnotlon, three brands. Codar fence posts and wood and lion walk and drive gates. 250 Court St. Phono 124 P. O. Box 355. Back of Chicago Store. sillliAlllA a a f.a a a i A aa a a a a a. i GOLD DUSTFLOUR;! Made by tha SYDNEY POWER COMPANY Sydney, Oregon Made for Family Use. Ask your grocer for It Bran f and shorts always on band. X P. B. WALLACE, Agont. 41 4v44444fi Southbound. Lv. Portland Ar. Sulem H:10 a.n I 8:30 a.m. "''I" a.m 3 ;,10 a.m. H:2 a.in 5 Ltd 10:10 a.m. 1:40 a.m 7 1:00 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 4::u) p.m. 3:40 p.m 11 fl:l.- p.m. 4:40 p.m 1.1 Ltd 6:30 p.m. 1:00 p n 17 Loc 8:20 p.m. 9:10 p.m II) 11:2,1 p.m. 11:4i'i p.m. ?.l Owl 2:05 am. Northbound. Lv. Corvallls Ar. Salem ...s.m a.m. V-'O ..-n. Ar. Sjl 'to . ,!M1 :,.!, ...1.50 p.. i. A oo r 'i- . 7:1.1 j. 'it. ..W W a j. 1:30 a.m. 4.4,1 p.m. ... Lv. Ktigemi 7:3.1 a m, . 11:15 a.m. .. 1 :50 p.m. . 5:00 p.m. . 12:01 a.m. Lv. Snlem 4:3,1 p.ui, . ... ::o 10 CM. I I . ,. . I", U.I 2 i ml .. Southbound. Ar. Ali.u iy .. 5:30 u.m Ar. Eugene ... 7:05 p.m. Ar. Albauy ....0:25 o.nu ft Lv. Halem 8:2.1 p.m. . Lv. Snlem 2:1.1 a'.ni. . 8:3.1 a.m. . 10:15 a.m. . Lv. Salem 8:20 p.m. 1:0.1 p.m. ....17... Stops nt Albany Ar. Eugene 7:50 a.m. ...11:15 a.m. .12:25 p.m. ,...21 Owl, .. I a Ltd... ... 7 ... 7 Ar. Albany l:20 p.m. 2:05 p.m. Sto at t'orvallia 2:30 p.m. Ar. Eugene 13 8:4,1 p.m. Lv. Salem 0:3,1 p.m.... CORVALLIS CONNECTIONS. Northbound. I.v. Corvalll 1:30 a.m 8:23 a, III 12:12 p.m 2:30 p.m 4:2.1 p.m Ar. Salem ... 8:00 a.m. ... 0:4.1 a.m. .. 1:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m. ... 5:50 p.m. .. 7:15 p.m. 0:03 p.m. Lv. Salem BoulUbound. Ar. Corvallia 8:3.1 a'.ni 10:15 a. mi 1:01 p.m. . 4:35 p.m. . (1:35 p.m ...10:07 R.m. . 11:40 a.m. ... 2:30 p.m. .... (1:00 p.m. ... 7:07 p.m.