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THURSDAY JULY 2, 1914.
page seveh 4ft SMttSSSttftSSSI t THE CAPITAL JOURNAL CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS FINDING A SITUATION It is possible to secure employment by calling personally upon those you hear need help. It Is a long, tedious task, however. The classified way bring your application Wore those who need help, quickly and easily. RATES FOR ADVERTISEMENTS ONE CENT per word for the first insertion. ONE-HALF CENT per word for each succeeding subsequent THE CAPITAL JOURNAL WANT AOS work continually they never cess until their tasks arc snt eessfully performed. Each day those little wonder workers faithfully de liver their message to the people of Salesa aid nearby towns who have learned their value. insertion. JOURNAL WANT ADS GET RESULTS. - DONT WALK THE STREETS SEARCHING FOR A POSITION OR A ROOM-TRY THE CLASSIFIED WAY. JOURNAL WANT ADS GET RESULTS. L -r t - THE DAILY CAPI"T- .TnTT.v. ! ', I 4. u The Journal Want Ada are money-makers I ' '. for the many. I WWW Tf TTf tt? ABSTRACTS. TJtUON ABSTRACT CO. Abstracts that Protect." Our books posted lip to date each morning. Call Main 1219 and a messenger will call for your ftbetrset. J. C. Sicgmund, president; Max Gehlhar, secretary, 345 State Street. AUCTIONEER. AUCTIONEER Salem 's reliable seller. Farm sales solicited. Terms 1 per cent; satisfaction guaranteed or no pay. Henry E. Voorhies, Michigan Avenue, fir.it street east of the state fair grounds. CHIROPRACTICSPINOLOGIST. DK. O. L. SCOTT Graduate of Chiro practic's Fountain Head, Duvenport, Iowa. If you have tried everything and have got no relief, try Chiroprac tic spinal adjustments and get well; Office 400-7-8 U. S. National Bank building. Phone Main 87. Residence Main 828R. LAUNDRY. CLOTHES LAST LONGER With our all-hand work; established 20 years, 43G Ferry street, South side, between Liberty ami High. Hop l.ee. NEW AND SECOND-HAND GOODS. H. M. BAKER New and second-hand furniture, hardware and general sup plies. . Best csU prices paid for second-hand goods" Call and see us and look over our goods. 373 Court street, Phone 1S53. LODGE DIRECTORY. A. 0. TJ. W. Protection Lodge No. 2. Meets every Monday eveuing at 7:30 in the McCornack ball, corner Court and Liberty streets, Leonard Mason, M. W.; 8. A. McFaddon, recorder; R. B. Duncan, F. FOR BENT Nent housekeeping apart ments, bus i. Commercial street. CENTRAL LODGE No. 18, K. of P. McCornack building. Tuesday even ing of each week at 7:30; W. B. Sumerville, C. C, James W. Cox, K. of K. and S. FOR RENT Furnisher? rooms, close in, desirable location.. 305 High street. SALEM LODGE NO 4, 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. FOR RENT Two well-furnished rooma for housekeeping. Inquire (Hill Mar ion street. FOR RENT Nicely furnished room, walking distance, .'none zusiu, or call 123 North Liberty street. PACIFIC LODGE No. 50, A. F.4 A. M. fctateu communication third inJny in each month at 7:30 p. m., in the Masonic Temple. J. S. Wynnt, W. M.; Ernest H. Choate, secretary. FOR RENT Four-room house, wood shed, good well, chicken bouse; on car line; 1255 South Twelfth; $8.00 per month. Inquire first house north. MULTNOMAH ROYAL ARCH CHAP TER NO. 1 R. A. M. Regular meet ing second Fridav in each month at 8 p. m., in the Masonic Temple. J. T. Welch, Ex. High Priest; Lot L Pearce, secretary. HODSON COUNCIL NO. 1, R. S. M Stated assembly first Monday in each month, Masonic Temple. L. S, Rowland, Thrice Illustrious Master; Glenn C. Niles, Recorder. MIDDLE AGED WOMAN wishes work as housekeeper. Inquire at Cottle apartments, room 11. DE MOLAY COMMANDRY, NO. 5, K. T. Regular conclave fourth Fri day in each month, at 8 o'clock p. m., in Masonic Temple. Sojourning Sir Knights ate. courteously invited to meet with lis. Frank A. Turner, re eorder. CHADWICK CHAPTER NO. 37, O. E S. Regular meeting every first and third Tuesday at 8 p. m., in the Ma sonic Temple. Mrs. Ida B. Godfrey, w. M., Ida M. Babcock, secretary. HIGHEST price paid for second-hand furniture, ranges, hardware, tents, oto. We carry the most complete stock of above articles in town- at the lowest price. O. L. McPeek, 271 North Commercial St., Phone Main 1233. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS. DIJS. B. H. WHITE AND R. W. WAL TON, Osteopathic physicians and nerve specialists. Graduates of Amer ican School of Osteopathy, Kirksville, Mo Post, graduate and specialized in nervous diseases at Los Angeles college. Treat acute and chronic dis eases. Consultation free. Lady at tendant. Office 505-500 U. S. Na, tional Bank buildinz. Phono 859, Residence 310 North Capital street. rnone 4btf. SCAVENGER. BALEM SCAVENGER Charles Soos, proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all kinds removed on monthly contracts at reasonable rates. Yards and cess pools cleaned. Office 548 State St. Office phone Main 2247. Residence Main 2272. TAXICAB SERVICE. TAXICAB SERVICE It will pay you to see or phone to J. B. Underwood, manager of the West Side Transfer Co, when you want a taxicab. Terms reasonable. Phone Main 177. btand 850 State street. Orders for early morning trains phone night before. UNDERTAKERS. LEHMAN & CLOUGIV-C. B. Webb A. M. (lough, morticians and funeral directors. Latent modern methods known to the profession employed, 445 Court street. Main 120, Main 988 UNDERTAKERS. B. N. of A. "Oregon Grape Camp" Wo. UbO, meets evory Thursday ev ening in McCornack building, Court and Liberty streets. Elevator. Su sie Parmenter, 781 North Front St., Oracle; Hazel Price, Imperial Furni ture uo., recorder. MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA, Oregon Cedar Camp No. 5240. Meets every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock in Masonic hall, corner Court and Liberty streets. Elevator service, H. L. Born, V. C: Ray A. Grant elerk. ..... . . UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem Dly No. 84, meets every Wednesday at 8 p. m., in Mooss Hall. W. O. As aeln, M. A., Ivan U. Martin, sec re tary, Masonic Temple. SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY D. D, Keeler, president; Mrs. Lou Tillson, secretary. All cases of cruelty or neglect of dumb animals should be reported to the society for invest i gntion. WOODMEN OF WORLD Meet every inuay night at 8:0U o clock in Ale Cornack block. L. H. Fletcher, C; C. (J. McElroy, clerk, 519 Court street. LOST. LOST Kibh. n watch fob marked "V A, B. " Finder please leave nt th otfice. LOST Green silk umbrella with green carved handle. Return to 441 North High street. Reward. MISCELLANEOUS. TOR RENT. Olt RENT Furnished housekeeping rooms, root and comfortnble. Phone 5:li R. WANTED. THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL Classified Business Telephone Directory A Quick, handy reference for busy people be best fought "by getting at the root of the trouble, iguorauce and poverty." Late Yesterday discovers her. FEEINGS ARE HURT i ' At New York. ('. W. Athens, ear penter, fell from a 22 story window in to Ilroudway and was killed. Telephone . 635 UIXOI.ES WANTED Inquire of A. I. Anderson, or phone 644. WANTED Work for yourself. A good thing for the Tight man. 021 East Ankney street, Portland, Oregon. There is more or lens guile in the mile a man generates wheii he is los- ng. The Eest Medicine in the World. 'My little girl hail dysentery very bad. 1 'thought she would die. C'hnm- berliu 's Colic, Cholera nud Diarrhoea Remedy cured her, and I can truthfully sav t nut 1 think it is the boat nieilu'iue u the world," writes Mrs. William Orvis, ( lure, Mich. For sale bv nil lealers. Occasionally n girl accepts the hand of an aired suitor becnusp of what there is in it. A Liberal Offer. The undersigned druggist is author ized by the American Drug & Press association, of which he is a member, to guarantee Meritol Hair Tonic to give satisfaction or the purchase price will be refunded. This indicates the conn dence they have in this preparation. Capital Drug Store, Sulem, Oregon, lo cal agency. During courts-.up. - the young likes to say good night tho morning. man next NOTICE The undersigned will not be responsible for any bills except those contracted by himself. L. Chrising-er. 8XGD0N-RICHARD80N CO. Funeral directers and undertakers, 252 North High, street. Office Phone Main 183. Eigdon residence Main 111. WOOD AND COAL. BALEM FUEL YARDS The place of quality. All kinds of dry wood, four foot, 5r cut in stove lengths to suit. Frompt delivery. We handle the best coals on tho market. Try our King coal; it is the best; 752 Trade street. Phone Main 529. Mark Siddal, prop. WATCHMAKER. V. 8. MILLER, the WATCHMAKER Over 20 years' experience ns a watch maker at Beatrice, Ncbr. High grade work at eastern prices. Opera House Mock. 4S4 Court street. - WE BUY second-hand furniture; also tuke it in exchange for new. Full line of. new furniture, ranges and other seasonable goods. Wir sprechen Deutsch. Pectz Furniture Co., 217 North Commercial. A Strong Indorsement. W. H. Holmes, of the Decornh, In., Journal, says: "I have been a suf ferer from riles and llenimoulioids for years. J got no relief until my druggist recommended Meritol Pile .Remedy. Be fore I had taken half the package the distress was gone and I have had no trouble since. I would not take thousand dollars and be back in my former condition." Capital Drug Store, Salem, Oregon. The world never sits up' and takes notice of the chap who follows in tli footsteps of others. Surprising Cure of Stomach Trouble. When von hnve trouble with you stomach or chronic constipation, don't imagine that your case is beyond help iust because your doctor fails to giv von relief. Mrs. O. Stengle, Plainfield N. J., writes. "For over a month past 1 have been troubled with my stomach. Everything I nte upset it terrimy. line) of Chamberlain's advertising booklets came to me. After reading a few if the letters from people who hud been cured by Chamberlain's Tablets i decided to try them. 1 have taken- nearly three fourths of a package of them ami can now eat almost everything that 1 want." For sale by all dealers.. As soon as a rat discovers that he is trapped lie ioses all interest in the piece of cheese that caused his down fall. ' ABSTRACTS OF TITLE Salem Abstract Company, 212-222 Salem Bank and Trust Bldg.. BATH AND MASSAGE Sanatoria Bath 6 Treatment Parlors, Inc., 213 Hubbard Bldg Main 805 CHIROPRACTOR AND NERVE SPECIALIST Dr. P. H. May, 300-307 Hubbard Building . Main 881 DRUGS " Opera House Pharmacy, corner Court and High streets Main 1459 ferry's Kexall Store, 115 South Commercial Main viv EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL Salom Electric Co., Masonic Templo, 127 North High Main 1200 ELECTRIC WIRINO AND FIXTURES Geo. Fettingill, 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 503 - -. GROCERIES L. M. Boggg & Co., 197 South Commercial Main 311 . HARDWARE AND PAINTS Salem Hardware Co., Inc., 120 North Commercial Main 172 ICE CREAM, SOFT DRINKS Capital Confectionery, 1807 State Street Main 2239 JEWELRY AND WATCH REPAIRING John G. Barr Company, corner State and Liberty Main 1255 LAUNDRIES - .-w Salem Steam Laundry, 130 South Liberty Main 25 MILK AND CREAM Cedar Bend Dairy, C. W. Dixon & Co Farmers 74 F-3 . MASSAGE AND BATH. Sanitoria Bath ft Treatment Parlors,: 213-21 Hubbard bldg. ....... Main 805 jo. PRINTING AND LEGAL BLANKS Ross E. Moores ft Co.,' 191 South Commercial street Main 218 PLUMBING, STEAM FITTING AND TINNING T. M. Barr, 104 South Commercial street Main 192 UNDERTAKERS Rigdon-Richardson Co., 254 North High street Day and night, Main 183 REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Jim Willson, 111 North High street Main 474 REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND LOANS Geo. B. Jacob Co., 207 Hubbard building . . Main 2424 BTORAGE, TRANSFER AND DRAYAGE Salem Truck ft Dray Co., corner State and Front streets Main 74 STOVES AND BEDDING Calef Bros., corner Court and High streets Main 593 , SHOES REPAIRED WHILE YOU WAIT M. Dolan, 130 North Liberty street , WALL PAPER, FAINTS AMD OILS W. J. Porter, 455 Court street Main 485 Two heads are better than ono ex cept in a family. Causes of Stomach Troubles. Sedentary habits, lack of out door ex ercise, insufficient masticatiou of food, constipation, a torpid liver worry and anxiety, overeating pnrtuking of food ond drink not suited to your age and occupation. Correct your habits ami take Chamberlain ' Tablets and you will soon be well again. For sale by all dealers. REAL ESTATE. FOR RENT In Souta Salem, good C room house with barn, garden spot, berries and fruit. Inquire T. M. Hicks, U. S. National Bank. WATER COMPANY. BALEM WATER COMPANY Office corner Commercial and Trade streets. For water service apply at office. Bilrs payable monthly in advance. One seldom hears of a man's get ting in bad by keeping his trap clos ed that bad from- his' dome of thought. ChildreirCry 1 FOR FLETCHER'S CASTOR ! A FOR SALE OR TRADE Ten acres near Concomly; all in cultivation; 5Vi acres in loganberries, balanco in garden and grnia; fenced, no build ings. Might trade for stump land. German Investment Company. FOR SALE '.'5 acres choice land; 70 cultivated, balance pasture; 13 easily cleared. Price $115... per acre, in eluding team, wagon, other imple ments, two cows and poultry. Will accept fclflOO.OO Snlem property. Square Deal Realty Co.. Phone 470. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTOR1A One can't always judge a woman coinidexion bv the receptacle it came in. Men dislike detnils, but women want the full particulars. A Good Investment. W, D. Magli, a well known merchant of Whiteiiioiinil, Wis., bought. a stock of Chnmberlniu's medicine so as to bo able to supply them to his customers. After receiving them he was himself taken sick and says that one Bmull bottle of t'hnmberlaiu's Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy was worth more to him than the cost of his entire stock of. these medicines. For sale by all dealers. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS Some people worry because they have nothing else to worry about. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S C ASTORIA Strive to become a leader; the sup ply of followers exceeds the demand. ' Warranty Deeds F. (!. Millett et nx to A. II. Fiessel- maii et u x ; part of lot 8, H. 3, South west Add. SL'OO. G. E. Street ct "X to N. Henjum et ux; 2fi acres in sec. , T. 0, S. K 1 W, $33:0 A. J. Cowing et vir to Peoples Bunk lot 4, C li. Cowing 'g Add to Silvcrton $200. !. R. Reed et ux to M. F Jacobs et ox; lot 1, Hall's Homo Tracts $10. Percy Puuh et ux to L. I). Kimball et vir; laud on Division street, Sulem 10. A. W. Ehrlirh et ux to Frank Item dorfner; lot 13, B. 2, Parish Add "A 10. P. A. Cupper et ttl to S. A. Ellis; part of B. 52, North Salem 10. S A Tills to -las G Hetel et al; part of II 33, North Sulcni. $10. L. K. Genr to Marv jt. Shaver et ux; lot 3, B. Hi, Depot Add to Halem t .00. I O Genrin to M E Fawkes; 43.244 A in see. 4, T. 4, S. It. 2 W. 10. O. W. Laflar et ux to I. K. Waidj part of lot 27, Sunnyside Fruit Farms No. 10. 10 Quit Claim Geo. Zwicker et ux to H. Smook; part of lots 1 and 2, II. "E," Simpson Add. 10. Carson City, New The Nevada su premo court upheld the law requiring a year's residence in the state by di vorce applicants. At Washington. Representative Kori- crts introduced a bill appropriating 500 to buv tho suit Lincoln wore when assassinated from a private col lector. At Hoiso. Tho republican, democrat ic and progressive state conventions all leclared tor proiiinition. I At Brockton, Mass. A carelessly- handled souvenir shell exploited, killing T. W, t'ook nud fatally injuring S. F. Heal. At Tokio. Baron Ynnmnouchi, a vice admiral and member of the house of peers, whoso name was involved in the navy graft scandal, tried to kill himself. At San Francisco. Ground was bro ken with much ceremonv for the Tur kish pavilion on the 11)1.) fitirgrounds. At Washington. Senator ( uinmins made a speech advocating a limit on the amount of capital allowed a single orporntion in any lino of business. At San Francisco On a request from Portland, n couple giving the names of Edward Freeman, aued 20, and liillinn Schubert, nged 1S, said to have eloped from Oregon City, were detained by tho police. At Los Anueles. Oil. l luted States District Attorney Schoonover asked a reheniini! of tho government's ease against the Midway Northern Oil com- puny and others, decided against the government by Judge Dooling in San Francisco. At Los Angeles, ( ul. It wns' an nounced that postal reneipts here for the fiscal year 1913-1014 wero $2,157, 0S3.41I, nn iucrense of $97,048.31 over tho preceding year. At Los Angeles, ( nl. Contraband opium, nigrettes and plumes valued at $iil),0l)0 wero burned by customs of ficials. At Los Angeles, ('!. Mayor Rose attempted to , attend a "women only" matinee of the play "Damaged Goods," but tho door was barred to him. At Los Angeles, Cnl. Stephen Reso, a laborer was crushed to death by a cavein in a trench, j At Los Angeles, Cnl. Tho first fire cracker fire here of tho Fourth of July season destroyed J. K. Green's garago. At Los Angeles, Cnl. Harrington Brown was sworn in ns postmaster of Los Angeles. Representative J. R. Know-land arrived to launch his cam paign for the republican nomination as u United States senator. At Long Beach, Cal Mrs. Hannah Clarboiir, 77, died from injuries sho re ceived in the Empire day pier disaster hero a year ago. She was the forty first victim. At Sun Francisco. Addressing the Pacific Coast Federation of Social Hy giene, Emma Goldman asserted evil can Claims Lieutenant James P. Oldlng of U. 8. Navy Attacked Her Nearly ' Year Ago. Seattle, Wash., July 1. Declaring l that she suffered an attack nt the hands of Lieutenant James P. Olding, of the United States navy, nearly a year ago, Miss Lulu Frecburger, a pret ty bookkeeper for a Seattle firm, filed suit in tho superior court today, ask- . ng $.,000 damages from the officer, whom she holds responsible for her un pleasant experience. Lieutenant Ulding, according to ina complaint, is a married man and lives with his family in Seattle. The youuir woman in the case chargoa , that she met Olding last year, and that on July 20, whilo they wero slnnj to gether, he forcibly compelled nsr to endorse bis demonstrations of affection for her. ... As a result she dor-lares that she suf fered ' extreme anguish of mind, which filially resulted in an illness and nervous breakdown." Miss Freeburger is now out of the city recovering her health, it is said,. at a summer resovt. The suit was filed through her attorney. Lieutenant Olding is connected with the submarine service, and is at present on duty at Uellinghain. COMMITTEE CONSIDERING PRESIDENT'S APPOINTMENTS Washington, July 2. The senate unking und currency committee wns considering today President Wilson's appointments in tho federal reserve board created under the new curroncy law, The Miller nomination was orderod favorably reported. Indications Wrore that similar action would bo taken with refeieueo to the other appointments with the possible exception of those of Warburg and Jones. Acting Choir- ' man Hitchcock of tho committee favor ed investigation in these two cases and ' (k wits thought likely tho appointees would be questioned personally. Hitchcock , wus curious concerning Warburg's connection with Kuhn, Loob & Co., and Jones' with the harvester trust. . . TAP JOHN D. LIGHTLY. Walla Walla, Wash., July 2. An nouncement is made hero today by S. B. L. Penroso that Whitman Col-' lege has raised $375,000, the sum re quired to secure the $125,000 promised by the General Education Board and John D. Rockefeller. One hundred thousand dollars will be used for buildings, the remainder for endowment. Cef your farm help through the Journal Classified Ads. Citroiax. CITROLAX! CITROLAXI FRANCE IS STILL HAPPY. Paris, July 2. Because a parliamen tary committee, had declared in favor of participation in the I'auaina l'ucifie . ... 1 ,A Hum null. .uiiinirr w , , win m. , . v iirst get the name down pat then Thmi,on t,iliv n(lkl,,, jMvj(i Mennet, buy it or your uruggist. just tne very i . . . - . ,.,,um)0r ot (.0ii.inrce. FOR SALE. FOB S.aI.E Red, white and black cur rants. Phone 2500-J-2. FOR SALE A good single top buggy; steel tires. Will take some trade. 1430 Bellevue street. Phone 331-W. JAPANESE LAUNDRY AND DY CLEANING WOBZS. No machinery to tear and westf out delicate fabrics .Work called for sad delivered promptly. 145 Fer. F'?t. Phone M. 2252 FOR SALE 33 Brown Leghorn hens, 2 Buff Orpington roosters, 100 little chicks, some quite large; cheap if ta ken soon. G. W. Flisher, Route 4, Box 30, Salem. Don't Lose Sleep vxughing at Night, Take Foley's Honey ami Tar Com pound. The' very first dose surprises you. It glides down your throat and spreads a healing, soothing coaling over the lullnmed ticming suriaca. That's immediate relief. It loosens up the tightnesss iu your chest, stops stuffy wheezy breathing, eases dis tressing, racking, tearing coughs, soothing the irritated, inflamed bronch ial tubes nud air passages. Children love it. It is mildly laxative as a cough mcdicene should be, and does not uusct or -distress the most sensative stomach. Refuse any substitute.. Con tains no opiates., J. C. Perry, druggist Nerve and tact are a combination it is difficult to sidetrack. best thing for constipation, sick bead- nulia antyr utnnifWih ld7V lirni nln,rrriuh constipnten uoweis. ine pieasauicsi to use his influence to have the cham- All eyes and ears that's a Journal New Today or Classi fied Ad. if iff tin Min? reaiCHFLsaLE a a, IVfc. V rtJ r.stt(s f 't u a p i l f, g. yfirra Ti fi'l Si'' ?ir-l S:-.li : !ti- Get Rid of the Torment of Rheumatism Remember how spry and active you were before you had rheumatism, back ache, swollen, aching joints and stiff, painful muse ips f Want to feel that wav again f You cau just take Foley Kidney Pills. They get right at the cause of your pain and misery, put vonr kidneys in sound healthy condr tion make them active and strong. Do it quickly, too for Foley Kidney flilli being good worn just as soon as yuu start taking them. Start today, and soon von will again be active and free from pain. J. C. Ferry, druggist- revoke its recent decision to not m. w.i....a iIia fuir Xton,wtt rl- surest, nicest laxative, you ever used. ; US(l(1 ' ;,, ,,.,!,; f the chant- tastes good nue luinonaae. Acts ,, .,. ,. . ,,;,. ,.ntnm promiitk-, without pain or nausea. Give' ',, i ' you the most satisfactory flushing y u j u waH 't,,r,(,t,,,i however, that the nave ever uao. j. i crry, uruggisi. ,.ha,h,.r of ,,.pties would pass a Manv rich men have nothing but r.s.,lution ,.rvi,linK for government sympathy for the poor. ! parucipauou """'e -' Comforting To" Stout People. WHALING BARK LOST. Folev Cathartic Tablets are a special-1 San Francisco, July 1. The chamber Iv good little regulator that keeps youriof commerce received word today that system iu perfect working order. No biliousness, no constipation, no distress after eating, no greasy, gassy taste, no belching. They stimulate the natural movement or the intestines, tree tnem of all clogging substances. A stout person using them constantly, will feel thinned out and more comfortable as a result of their use. A perfect family cathartic. J. C. Perry, druggist. j TRAVELERS' GUIDE RAILROADS SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY, Time Table, Portland Division. Northbound. 1(5 Oregon Express ..5:00 s.m, Boutabouno. Lv. Portland Ar. Balsas 6:10 a.m 1 8:3a sjb. 7:30 a.m. 3 9:67 a.sa. 8:20 a.m 5 Limited. ...10:10 uav 10:40 a.m 7 12:55 pjsw 2:10 p.m... 8:45 p.m... 4:45 p.m.,. 0:00 p.m... I 9:15 p.m... 1 11:45 p.m. . i Lv. Corvallia I 6:30 a.m. . ! 4:45 p.m.., Lv. Eugene i 7:35 a.m. .. i 11:10 a.m.., 1 1:50 p.m. . 5:00 p.m.., 1 12:05 a.m.. .9 11 ,13 Limited., ..17 Local... 19 21 Owl. Northbound. 20 10 Ltd. 14 16 Ltd. 2i ...2 Owl.... Southbound. the whaling bark Ornyhcad hud been ("recked in Chignik bay but that Cup lain Porter and his rrew of 30 were saved. I GOLD DUST FLOUR Jf fish could talk anglers would havel to revise their yarns. j CASTOR I A ' Tor Infant and Children. The Kind You Rjb ays Bought Signature of Msdo by the SYDNEY POWER COMPANY Sydney, Oregon Msds for Family tue. Ask your grocer for It Bran and shorts always on hand. P. B. WALLACE, Agent MMtnS 10 Albany Passenger 7:24 s.m, 28 Willamette Limited ....9:27 s.m. 12 Shasta Limited 12:35 p.m. 1)J Portland Passenger. .. .2:00 p.m. 20 Portland Prssenger .... 5:43 p.m. 14 Portland Express 8:00 p.m. 220 Local Way Freight. ..10:30 a.m. 222 Portland Through Frt. .10:38 p.m. Southbound. 15 California Express 3:33 a.m. 17 Rosoburg Passenger ...11:10a.m. 10 Cottngo Grove Pass 'ger 4:40 p.m. 27 Willumotte Limited ...6:11 p.m. 11 Shasta Limited 5:43 p.m. 9 Albany Passenger 8:45 p.m. 13 San Frnncisco Express 10:38 p.m. n.i - r , II V n.OT a .m I 221-San Fran. Thro' Fr't.. 12:01 4.33 ' " 9 Salem Gear Branch. i 73 ruBsencer Ar. Salem .. 9:25 a.m.1 70 Mixed, Leave Haicm . . .iu:uu a.m. jv. Salem 75 Mixed, Arrive Salem .. 3:00p.m.! jpq p.m.. 74 Passenger, Leave Salem 5:00 p.m. , Salem, Falls City & Western. i Lv. Salem 150 Arrives Salem 8:10 a.m. 2:lo a.m. 132 Arrives Salem 11:25 a.m. 8:35 a.m. 154 Arrives Salem 3:15 p.m. 10:13 a.m. 15i Arrives Salem 5:30 p.m. Lv. Salem 155 Arrives Salem 7:45 p.m.: 1:00 p.m. 1C0 Local freight arr. Salem 1:35 p.m. 1 151 leaves for Falls City o:.(o a.m. 153 Leaves for Black Rock 9:45 a.m. : Lv. Salem 155 Leaves for Falls City 1:40 p.m. 157 Leaves for Falls City.. 3:25 p.m. 15'J Lcuves for Dallas 6:15 p.m. 101 Loc. Frt. for Black Rock 6:00 sjb. 4:33 pja. 6:00 p.m. 6:35 p.m. 8:19 p.m. 11:25 pjn. :05 1 Ar. Bales 8:00 s.m .. 5:50 p.m. Ar. Sales .9:43 a.m. .. 1:50 pja. 4:00 p.m. .. 7:50 p.m. .. 3:10 sjb, Ar. Albany .. 5:33 p.m. Ar. Eugens .7:05 p.m. Ar. Albany ...17 9:15 p.m. Stops st Albany Ar. Eugens 21 Owl 7:50 .m. ....1 11:03 .m. 5 Ltd 12:25 p.m. Ar. Albany ...,7 2:03 p.m. Stops at CorvalliS 2:30 p.m. Ar. Eugens 6:40 p.m 13 8:45 pjs. OREGON ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO. ' Northbound. Leaves Salem Arrives Portland Train No. 4:25 s.m 2 Owl 6:55 s.m. 6:30 s.m 6 8:45 s.m. 8:00 a.m 8, Local ....10:20 s.m. 9:45 a.m 10 Limited. ...11:35 a.m. 1:50 p.m 14 4:10 p.m. 11:20 a.m. .12 1:45 p.m. 4:00 p.m 15 Limited ... 5:50 p.m. 4:15 p.m 18 6:40 p.m. 5:50 p.m 20 8:15 p.m. 7:50 p.m 23 10:00 p.m. CORVALLIS CONNECTIONS. Northbound. Lv. Corvallia Ar. Sales . 8:00 S. if . 9:45 sjs . 1:56 . 4:00 1 . 5: . 7:10 pjs. 6:30 a.m. 8:27 a.m.. 12:12 p.m. 2:36 p.m. 4:25 p.m. 6:05 p.m.. Lv. Salem 8:35 s.m 10:13 a.m..... 4:33 p.m 1:00 p.: Southbound. Ar. CorrsOH 10:05 S.SB. 11:34 sjs. 6:03 P.SS. a. 9t M 6U0 p.s.. T;7 P '