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I THE CAPITAL JOURNAL CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS THE CAPITAL JOURNAL WANT ADS work continually they never cease until their tasks are suc cessfully performed. Each day those little wonder workers faithfully de liver their message to the people of Salem and nearby towns who bave learned iheir value. FINDING A SITUATION It is possible to secure employment by calling personally upon those you hoar need help. It is a long, tedious iaok, however. The cliti'sit'ietl way brings your application before those who need help, ipiiel.lv and easily. RATES FOR ADVERTISEMENTS ONE CENT per word for the first insertio. ONE-HALF CENT per word for each succeeding subsequent insertion. JOURNAL WANT ADS GET RESULTS. DON'T WALK THE STREETS SEARCHING FOR A POSITION OR A ROOMTRY THE CLASSIFIED WAY. JOURNAL WANT ADS GET RESULTS J ................ iiilliiikiltAlAkAAAAA.AA.A..A.A.AA.LA. THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON, SATURDAY, JCLY 23, 1914. The Journal Want t Ads are money-makers t C L . LODGE DIRECTORY ABSTRACTS A. O. V. W. Projection Lodge Xo. 2. -Meets every Monday evening nt 7:3n iu the Mcl'ornnek Hall, corner Court ami Liberty streets. Leonard Mason, M. W.s s! A. McFadden, recorder; K. B. Duncan. F. TOR RENT UM11X ABSTRACT CO. Abstracts Unit 1'rotect. Oi.r books posted up to d:i.'e t in li tuuriii'.ig. 'all Main l-4'.t nl a messenger will ciill for your nli.tuiit. .1. C. Siegmuud, president; Max (iehlhar, secretary, 213 Statu s-treet. CKNTHA1. LOlMiE No. IS, K. of P. MeCoruack building. Tuesday even ing o each week at 7:110; W. 11. Ciilrtii, C. C; .lames W. Cox., K. of li and S. AUCTIONEER SAL KM LODUK NO. 4, A. F. & A. M. Stated communications first Friday In each month at 7:30 p. in. in the Masouic Temple. David A. Wright, K. M.; S. Z. Culver, secretary. A l' TION K EK S:i!e:n V reliable seller. Farm sales solicited. Terms, I per cent; satisfaction guaranteed or 110 pi:y. Henry .t. Voorhies, Michigan avenue, first street east of the sta'.e fair gronuiN. pacific: lodc.k xo. no, a. v. & a. if. Stated communication third Fri-j-dav in each month nt 7:30 p. m. in the Masonic Temple. ,1. S. Wyaut, W. M.; Eniest 11. hoate secretarv. CHIXOrRACTIC-SPINOLOGIST 1!1 O. L. SCOTT Graduate of Chiro fiactic "s Fountain Head, Davenport, lown. I: on have tried every tiling mid have got no relief, try Chiroprac tic spinal ndjiHttiieirts and get well. Office -4 ' ; -T -t V. S. National Bank IluiMing. riioiie. Main ST. Uesidence Main S-JS-lt. DRYERS AND CLEANERS. MILTXOMAIl liOYAL AUCIt CIIAP- TKU XO. 1. It. A. At. lingular meet ing second Friday in each month at S p. m. iu tlio Masonic Temple. .1. T. Welch, Fx. High Priest; Lot L. lVaivo, secretary. HODSOX CO I'M It, XO. 1, li. S. M. Stated assembly tnst Moiuluy in each 11 1 0 1 1''. li , Masonic Temple. L. S. liowlnnd, Thrice Illustrious Master; (ilenn C. Xiles. Hecor.ler. MOPKKX STKAM DVT. WOUKS We specialise 011 ladies' and gciitlemeu 's fine gnrments. First class work, ren tenable prices. Coo Is culled for and delivered. A. Hugill, proprietor. Phone 300. 4lil Court street. DF, MOLAY CO.MMAXDKliV, X. n, !C. T. liegular conclave fourth I riday m each mouth, lit 8 11 clock p. 111., 111 Masonic Temple. Sojourning Sir Kuiglits nro courteously invited to inuet with us. F. li. Davis, K. C Frank A. Turner, Recorder. LAUNDRY CLOTIIF.rt LAST l.OXCi KH--Wi:h onr nll-hniiil work. Kstabhnhed 20 years; 4l'.ii l errv street, south sule, between Liberty and HiL'h. Hop Lee. DEW AND SECONDHAND GOODS 11. M. BAKER New mi l second hand furniture, hardware and general sup lilies. Best cosh prices paid for sec ond hand goods. Call and see us and l"ok over our goods. 373 Court street. Phone 1S53. MICOXD-HAXD Ft'rcXITniK bought snbl and exchanged. Highest prieos paid lor second-band goods.- See us before you sell. Wir sprochen JJeiitsch. Pectz Foruittire 1 0., S4 North Commercial Street. Phone OSt II KlltKST price paid for second-band 1 urn aire, ranges, lianlwvue, tents, ere. We carry the most complete ptock of above articles in town nt the lowest pi ice. O. L. McPoek, 271 North Commercial st. Phone Main 12.1:1. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS DliS. B. II. WHITE and li. W. WAL TON, Osteopathic plivsicinns and nerve specialists. Graduates of American School of Osteopathy Kirksville, Mo. - Post graduate and specialized in nerve diseases nt Los Angeles college. Treat acute and chronic diseases. Consultation free Lady attendant. Office 505-506 U. S National Bank building. Phone 8.9 liesidence 340 North Capitol street 1 hone 4'ii'. SCAVENGER &ALEM SCAVENT.ER Charles Soos, proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all kinds removed en nionthlv contracts at reasonable rates. Yards and eess pools cleanee. Office 548 State Office phone Main 2247. Main L'i. st Residence TAXICAB SERVICE TAXICAB SERVICE It will pay yon to see or phone to J. K. IncMiwooil manager of the West Side Transfer Co., when you want a tnxicab. Terms reasonable. Thone Main 177. Stand 3o0 State street. Orders for early morning trains phone night before. UNDERTAKERS LEHMAN 4 CLOrGTI 0. B. Webb M. Clough, morticians and funeral di rectors. Latest modern methods known to the profession eniploved 445 Court street. Main 120, Main 988 EIGDOX-R1 C'HARDSO X CO. Fu neral directors and undertakers. 252 North High street. Office. Phone Main 18 Kigdnn residence Mam 111. WOOD AND COAL SALEM FUEL YARDS The place of qualitv. All kinds of drv wood, four- foot or cut in stove lengths io suit Phnniat delivery. We handle the best coals on the market. 1 ry onr Kin coal; it is the best. 752 Trade street, Tlione Main 520. Mark Siddall, prop WATER COMPANY hALEM WATER COMPANY Office corner Commercial and Trade streets. For water service npplv at office Bills payable monthly in advance you are investing in a new automobile, the quick way to turn the old one into cash is to offer it, adequately described and attractively priced, in the Journal Want Ads. FOR KENT Furnished rooms, close iu, desirable location. 305 High tt. FOR li EXT Two well-furnished rooms for housekeeping. Impure at COO Marion street. FOU RENT Nicely furnished loom, walking di.-tnuco." Phone 2H.,ilM, or call. 123 North Libertv street. FOR RENT Fimiish"d or unfurnished apartments; new mid modern. In ipiire 210 South Fourteenth street, or phone 20!2 R. THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL Classified Business Telephone Directory A Quick, handy reference for busy people FOR RE XT Four room house, wood shed, good well, chicken house; on car line; 1255 South Twelfth. $8.00 per month. Inquire first house north. WANTED. EXPERIENCED Phone 1210-W. girl wants housework. WANTED TO RENT Stock ranch, in cluding fanning implements. Ad dress II. .1. E., care .lournal. WANTED Work for yotiruclf. A pood ithing for the right man. 021 East Ankenv street, PoiHnnd, Oregon. . . . I The naval recruiting officer who bars juvenile culprits has nothing on Secretary Daniels, who put t""0 bar In front ol" .1. Itarlevcorn. I1ADW1CK CHAPTER NO. 37, O. I'.. S. liegular meeting every fust and third Tuesday at 8 p. 111. in the Ma sonic Temple. Mrs. Ida li. Godfrey, W. M., Ida M. Babcock, secretary. li. X. of A. "Oregon Grape Camp," No. 1300, meets every Thursday even ing iu MeCoruack building, Court and Liberty streets. Elevator. , Siisio Partneuter, 781 North Front street, Oracle-; Hazel Price, Imperial Furni ture Co., recorder. His Indigestion Cured at Last. After spending hundreds of dollars for medicine and treatment for indi gestion and constipation with only tem porary relief, C. 11. Hines, of Whitlow, Ark., was permanently ciueil by tlio use of Chamberlain's Tablets. For salo by all dealers. modern woodmen of America Oregon Cedar Camp No. 52 10, meets cafe. every lhursilay evening at 8 0 cloci In Masonic Hall, corner. Court mid Libertv streets. Elevator service. II. L. Born, V. C; Ray A. Grant, clerk. V NIT ED ARTISANS Capital Assem bly No. 84, meets evorv Wednesduv at 8 p. m. in Moose Hall. W. O. As seln, M. A.; Ivan O. Martin, secre tary. Masonic Temple. SALEM H ('MAN E SOCIETY D. D. Kecler, president; Mrs. I,ou TilUo'i, secretary. All cases of cruelty or neglect of dumb animals should be reported, to the secretary for in v.-ligation. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD Meet every Friday night at 8 o'clock in MeCoruack block. C. O. Matlock, C. C; ('. O. McElroy, clcrts, 51!) Court street. MISCELLANEOUS GERMAN NURSE Trained nurse and midwife; 20 years' experience; So phia Krebs, 2440 North Commercial, corner Pine street. Phone S2H0-.I. A Chicago man left home because his wife played irritating records 011 the phiimi"raih. Mot perhaps his own rei oiil waa none too good. ChiltlroiTCry i. FOR FLETCHER'S ICASTORIA r Hueita had been practising for life in exile for a long time. His favorite resort in Mexico City was a Frencti Cttrolax for Children. i CITROLAX TOR GROWN-UPS. Citrolax for Invalids and Delicate Ones. Children love to take. CITROLAX tastes like lcnioiiado and is tho nicest physic in the world for them. A grown up writes: "It gives the best flushing of anv cathartic I ever used;" and nn invalid says: "It suits mo exactly, its action is so mild, yet thorough, 1 cannot afford to bo without it." No thing better for consttpation, sour, dis tended stomach, bad breath or billious- ncss. Stops headaches quickly. J. C. Perry. It probably never occurs to an eighteen year old boy that he'll be a man some dnv and know as little as his dad. REAL ESTATE IF YOF WANT n cheap farm from 20 to 100 acres, partly irrigated, about 3C. miles from Salem On river and railroad, write S., care of Journal. FOR SALE 95 acres choice land; 7.0 cultivated, balance pasture; lu easily cleared. Price $115 per acre, includ ing team, wagon, other implements, two cows and poultry. Will accept $,".000 Salem property; Stpiare Deal Realty Co.. Phone 470. FOR 8 ALE FOR SALE A pood single top buggy; steel tires; will take some trndo. 1480 Bellevue street. Phone 31I-V. There Is Healing in Soley Kidney Pills, ITou need a might" good medicine if once your kidneys re exhausted by neglect nnd overwork, and you have crut it in Foley Kiduey Pills. Their action is prompt, hontlng and tonic ound health and sound kidneys follow their use. John Phillips, Mgr. Hamble ton Oro. Co., Ilambleton, W. Va., says "Three boxes of Foley Kidney Pills completely cured mo of kidney and bladder trouble, and I consider them in valuable. I sell them ovar my own recommendation." Try them. J. Perry. There are but two really great (lis appointments iu life. One is not get ting what you want and the other is getting it. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORI A Telephone ABSTRACTS OP TITLE. Salem Abstract Company, 212-222 Salem Dank and Trutf Dldg 535 BATH AND MASSAGE. Sanitoria Hath & Treatment Parlors, Inc., 213 Hubbard Dldg. CHIROPRACTOR AND NERVE SPECIALIST, Dr. P. II. May, 300-307 Hubbard Duildiug DRUGS. Opera House Pharmacy, coiner Court and High streets Perry s liexall Stoic, llo South Commercial EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL. Salem Electric Co., Masonic Temple, 127 North High ELECTRIC WIRING AND SUPPLIES. Ceo. Pettingil, 155 North Liberty street FISH, CLAMS, OYSTEFS, CRABS. Salem Fish & Poultry Market, 173 South Commercial street . FURNITURE, CARPETS, DRAPERIES. Calef Bros., corner Court and High streets GROCERIES. L. M. Hoggs & Co., 197 South Commercial HARDWARE AND PAINTS. Salem Hardwaro Co., Inc., 120 North Commercial Main 172 ICE CREAM, SOFT DRINKS. Capital Confectionery, 1807 State street JEWELRY AND WATCH REPAIRING. Johu O. Darr Company, corner State and Liberty LAUNDRIES. Salem Sioam Laundry, 130 South Liberty MILK AND CREAM. Cedar Bend Dairy, C. W. Dixon & Co MASSAGE AND BATH. Sanitoria Bath & Treatment Parlors, 213-21 Hubbard bblg Main 805 PRINTING AND LEGAL BLANKS. T?ns Monrps & Co.. 101 South Commercial street Maia 218 PLUMBING, STEAM FITTING AND TINNING. T. M. Barr, 101 South Commercial street Main UNDERTAKERS. Rigdon-Eichardson Co., 251 North High street Day and night, Main 183 REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. Jim Willson, 141 North High street REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND LOANS. Geo. B. Jacob Co., 207 Hubbard building ! STORAGE, TRANSFER AND DRAYAGE. Siilem Truck & Dray Co., corner Sitato and Front streets I,,. , STOVES AND BEDDING. Calef Bros., corner Court and High streets SHOES REPAIRED WHILE YOU WAIT. M. Dolarl, 130 North Liborty street WAT.T. PAPER PAINTS AND OILS. W J. Pnrter. 45.5 Court street : 48:5 Main S05 Main 8S1 .... Maia 145! Main U7U .... Main 12of Main 187 .... Main 2125 Main 5!3 , Main 311 Main 2280 Main 12 Main 25 Farmers 74 F-3 late Yesterday t At Yonkers, X. Y. ( hasing his liar, Elmer Sievers rnu under the Knicker bocker Express and was killed. At New York. Job Hedges announc ed himself n candidate for the New York republican governorship nomination. At Milwaukee. Alienists pronounced the insanity of John Sclnank, who tried to kill Colonel Roosevelt, incurable. At Lick Observatory. It was an nounced that the Dclainn comet, dis covered last December, is visible to the naked eye early in the morning. At Suit Lake City. His wife stabbed S. ,1, Sweeney, son of the late Jit-stico Sweeney of the Philippines, to death with a penknife iu 11 ipiarrel over an other woman. Ayr, Scntland. Fur appropriating 11 bureau handle fiooi Robert Hums' cot tage, David (1. Cniniichael, American, was fined .125. Eureka, Oil. Ex-l'nited States Cum missioner II. I.. Ford was found guilty of taking iMim) cash from 13 men lic ensed of selling liipior to Indians with the understanding he would dismiss the charges against them. ANY CHILD'S TIME CAN EE WORTH $1000, HE SAYS 1!2 Main 474 .... Main 2124 Main 74 ... Main 503 Tiio average man is willing to let his wife have the last word and the sooner she gets it the better ho seems to like it. A PERFECT CATHARTIC. There is sure and 'wholesome action in every dose of Foley Cathartic Tab lets. They cleanse with never a gripe or pain. P. A. Morgnn, Core, On., writes: "I lately had occasion 10 use a liver medicine, and took Foley Ca thartic Tablets. They thoroughly cleansed my system, and I felt like a new man light and frco." Chronic cases of constipation find them invalu able. Stout people are relieved of that bloated, congested feeling, so uncom fortable, especially in hot weather. They keep your liver busy. J. C. Perry. A RECORD OF PROSPERITY. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Warranty Deeds, N F Siuinis to First Congregational church of Hubbard. 100x100 teet in Clms. Hubbard add to Hubbard. $100. Anna Ilntterfield et vir to Susan ,1 Mtinius, 100I0.11 sipiuru feet in Wood burn. ifPiOO. Martha O. llrietzke et vir to I. A (lehlliar, laud on 2nth street in Salem I0. Mux (Iclilhur et ux to E A (Iehlhar, lot 8 B 5 Hurlington add. iM. 1, II McMahnn to J O Siegmund et ux, 10.00 A in A Peers I) L C T U S U 3 W. 1)12500. Quit Claim Deed. 1) H Leech et ux to Anna Hutter field, lOOlO.ll sipuire feet ia Wood burn. 1. ONE MAN MISSING, DAMAGE IS $300,000 llisbee, Ariz.., July 25. One man is missing and damage estimuted at liOO, 000 has been done by fires that still were burning today in threp mines of the Cananeii Copper company near Cil tunica, Sororo, Mexico. The fires arc believed to have been of incendiary origin. An American miner, iiiiuio un known, who ventured into a burning shaft, is believed to have perished. ' I'niversity of Oregon, Eugcue, July 21. Any child can have a thousand dollars saved up by the day he is 21 if his parents or others ill loan him a piece of land 50 feet sipiure anil if his school and community can furnish him tho right kind of instruction, guidance und encotiriigeitieat In milking . the most et the bind. This is the declaration of Dr. lit dgo, professor of social biology in the Uni versity of Oregon, who was one or the first men in the United Htatcs to work nit the school garden system. This ho li l ia Worcester, Mass., where he was the head of a department in Clark uni crsit v. AT, this nature work Dr. Hodge bo- liovos should form a portion of tho hili I ' education nnvwny, nnd tho pro fit of t.M or so a year to be put out at intevst weald be pure gain. "I have a little girl in Cleveland," says nr. mmge, no mime -oo.o.i out of n back yard garden patch hiNt year. I am not nt all certain that this not the record nt production lor land. Her plot was ouly 50x52 feet. Of course, she had tho best land, the best of directions und the best mnikets. 'Oh, I enjoy it so much,' she told me when I protested that she might bo working too hnrd with all her school work besides. 'I don't make hard work out of cither my school work or my garden.' "Oenornl profits from a gniden, of course, en 11 not run anything like this, though sometimes wonderful profits can be made by the discovery of some little special crop to meet a special do main! in a locution of normal scarcity. A boy or girl might, for instance, pret ty nearly control n supply of some such tiling as mint or water cress, in a dis trict where thev were not common. Seeds and high bred poultry are other possibilities for a small plot of land. " This little girl in Cleveland wna able to get quality prieeB. She showed me one strawberry 5 inches in cir cumference, weighing three ounces, nl mo.it big enough to slice up like a to mato. I am not sure that children nro particularly adapted to quality produc tion, but I think that the best educa tional results are obtained by making the effort In that direction." SENTENCE POSTPONED. San Francisco, July 25. James llogue, whh) was eonvi'ted Thursday of holding up a Southern Pacific train, . today was gianted a continuance of two days for sentence. Hogue will be sentenced by Judge Dunne Monday. One of the pyramids has just given up tho gold crown of Pharaoh, a lot of miscellaneous gems and a fewt pounds of gold beads. Modern build-1 0f nwark, Ohia, has increased its (linker City Herald.) Even the most unscrupulous partisans in Congress have about abandoned hope or causing hard times, and thereby gaining political advantage., by spread-1 ing false reports as to actual business, and industrial conditions. They have! been smothered nailer evidence demon strating that nn iiiuiistrial revival has begun and that the record crop guar antees "eneral prosperity. The St. Paul has released orders for 15.000 to 20.000 tons of rails to a Cltieauo district mill. Tiio United 1 States Steel Corporation has taken a contract for 5,000 tons of girder rails for New South Wales. Tho Wabash has practically closed for 00 locomo tives. The Pittsburg, Khawinut & Northern has bought 750 cool cars and the Atlantic oast Line 100 logging cars. The American Bottle company, U'Ren, Schuebel & Hesse ATTORNEYS AT LAW Deutscher Advokat 518, 519, 520 Railway Exchange Building Phone Main 6376 Portland, Oregon ers of safe deposit vaults should study ancient Egyptian construction. It beats ours all hollow. shift from DIlO to 1200 men and is work ing in three shifts of eight hours each. At (ireenville, Pa., tho 7-inch mills of the Cnrneuio Steel company have re sinned operations. At the plants of the Steel Corporation and tnroughout the steel trade a steady resumption 01 uusi ness is reported TRAVELERS' GUIDE FOR SALE 38 Brown Leghorn hens, 2 Buff Orpington roosters, 100 little chicks, some quite large: cheap -'f ta ken soon. O. W. Fisher, Route. 4, Box 30, Salem. FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN G room bungalow, city water, young fruit trees, fine garden; terms; small amount cash, balance $10 per month. Take South Salem ear, get off nt Rural street, walk four blocks west, sixth house left hand side. Owner. WHEN YOU GO AWAY Have The Journal lent to your Summer address Eases Torment or Asinma and Hay Fever. For tho discomfort and misery of asthma and hay fever use Foley's Ho ney and Tar Compound. It puts a heal-1 Hailioad earnings are picking up in ing, soothing coating over the swollen, thft Wpst. i,,,,,), ,.,.ariKH arc iacreas tickling membranes, and eases the thick j :,.. .iiWI1v .linns are heiniz ro onened and choking sensation. Holps you to I on f timB; the big copper companies breathe easily and naturally. Airs. Ag- 0f Michigan are iii"roasiiig their slup- RAILROADS. , SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY. Time Table, Portland Division. Northbound. 18 Oregon Express 5:00 a.m. 10 Albany Passenger 7:2 1 a.m. 28 Willamette Limited :27 a.m. 12 Shasta Limited 12:35 p.m. 18 Portland Passenger 2:00 p.m. 20 Portland Passenger S:4J p.m Southbound. Lv. Portland 6:10 a.m 1 7:30 a.m 3 H:20 a.m S Limited . 10:40 a.m 2:10 p.m 9 ;. 3:45 p.m.... 11 4:45 p.m 13 Limited . 6:00 p.m 17 Local ... 9:15 p.m 19 Ar. Salem .... 8:32 a.m. .... 9:57 ajn. ....10:10 a.m. ....12:55 p.m. .... 4:33 p.m. 6:05 p.m. .... 6:35 p.m. ... 8:15 p.m. ....11:25 p.m. 14 Portland Express 8:00 p.m. 11.43 D.m 21 Owl 2:05 ajn. ftort r 1 ur L..,;r,l,f in-:in am. .... . IjOI Ul i iviii. Northbound CASTOR I A Tor Infants and Children, Tiie Kind Youthvs Always Bought Bears the Signature of JAP ANUS'S LAUNDRY AJTD DRY CLEAjTLVO WORKS. Xo machinery to tear and wear out delii ate fabrics. Work called for and delivered prompfly. 415 Ferry street. Phone M. 2232 I COLD BUST FLOUR Made by the PYDXEY POWER COMPANY Sydney, Oregon Made for Family M. Art your grocer for It Braa and shorts alvays on hand. j F. B. WALLACE, Agent j SalemFence Works R. B. FLEMING Proprietor. Do you use hop bas kets? Morley's best made. Don't delay or ders. Stop worry. Or der now. Bottom prices. 250 Court street. Phone 12-1. Back of Chicago store. IICV'I T3 f VI. ''-' l l-i I SW U'' LiUHWI ....!.. Ki.rf4. ?t1 ki l ) tot lorn. U ::i i). ri.l. to W ml-i fu. liHTrD ItlOtCAl CO., 9-M T4, lMe.tfrm P. atha Longackor, Fon du Lac, Wis., says: "My left lung was greatly af- lectcd by a severe cold, ana onc-huir ments; throughout iNcw r.tiiaml tho textile trades are flourishing. At North Oxford, Conn., the Narrauiinsett bottlo of Foley's Honey and Tar cured Worsted Mills have re opcneil for the me." Refuse any substitute offered, j first time in two years. In the Far J. C. Terry. ' I West it is wool shearing season, and ' despite the predictions thnt tree wool An exchange remarks that .judging i wnnl,l annihilate the American wool from the amount of expatriation now producer, the largest output of raw going on in Mexico, a neat handy edi-: w(10i jn historv is predicted and good tion of "Who's Where In Mexico" i n,i,.c, prevail." ought to be a paying proposition. Very ; true; and licsnles, there are When," and "Who's Why," which ought to be very good sellers. Improve Your Complexion. Your complexion as well as your tem- Iper is rendered miserable by a dia ! ordered liver and by constipation. Take Chamberlain s Tablets and you will un- Taking Big Chances. . j It is too great a risk to depend upon , nrove them both. For sale bv all deal neighbors or sending for medicine in : erSi enso of a Budden attack of bowel com-1 plaint. In almost every neighborhood; Aeroplanes in Morocco destroyed in someone has died from cholera morbus ! accessible mountain strongholds." Here that could have easily been saved had . after the only sufe place for a castle the proper medicine tieen at nana, is going 10 ne m h cum iimn. Then think of the suffering that must cd. Tho safe wav is to keep at nana - -ttlc of Chamberlain Colic, Cholera!, Mr- S. Ounsalu Diarrhoea Remedy. It has never (cr- n-a i known to fail and has undoubtedly i 1 fy: 1 ,,' i .i . i:..- , i, n it years I have used U Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera arrhoea Remedy. Mr. W. S. Ounsalus, a Pennsylvania near rlcminfr, P. O., the past fourteen "aambeilain's Colic, i . i:. u ,.i. ivijauioenaiii uiiu, ivuuicia uu vi ne enmircu until nitwicmw can ue uu- lninn.1 Tim an f 0 VTtlV it in l(Aon 0. f linml lUlllvil. - - r , n fr.ntlA Af r'l.u...t.rtrl'i:n V CnVtp f'hntprft and hcpn uy an ma.... ccllent reined v. I always have a bottle You wouldn't ask the man who gave of it in my house and take pleasure in von an automobile to fornish the oil ' recommending it to my friends." ior and gasoline. Then why insist that ( aie by all dealers, the world which, gave you life owes you a living, too: Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORI A i MONEY TO LOAN j On Good Bal Estate Security, THOS K. FOHD Over I.4d Bu' h Bank, Salem, Oregos 8 20 11:10 a.m 14 ... 1:150 p.m 18 Ltd. 5:00 p.m.., 12:0o a.m... Lv. Sulera 4:35 p.m.. Lv. Salem 8:20 p.m.. Lv. Salem 2:15 a.m.. 8:35 a.m.. 23 2 Owl .... Southbound. 222 Portland Through Frt....l0:38 P-m- Lv, Corvallis eouinoouna. g.3Q g m 15 California Kxpreas 3:32 a.m. ' 17 Itoseburg Passenger 11:10 -m-jrjV" Eugene"" 10 Cottago Urove Pass i:iu p.m. 7.35 gm 10 Ltd. 27 Willamette l-.inur.eu o;n p.ui. 11 Shasta Limited 5:43 p.m. 9 Albany Passenger 8:45 p.m. 13 San Francisco Kxprcss..l0:38 p.m. 225 Local Way Freight 9:S7 a.m. 221 .Sun Fran. Thro' Frt....l2:01 a.m. Salem Dear Branch. 73 Passenger Ar. 8alcm 9:25 a.m. 70 Mixed, Leave Salem 10:00 a.m. 75 Mixed, Arrive Salem.... 3:00 p..m. 74 passenger, Leave Salem 5:00 p.m. Salem, Fails City & Western. Motor leaves ll Salem for Fall City 7:00 a.m. liCt Kale m for ttlack Hock. ...!: 15 a.m. i:-...i... F,.1tu i ;tv 1 r 10 n.m. 1(17 Salem for Falls City 3:25 p.m. H":15 a.ni. ul. f... Ik.IIo. fi;15 n.ni.H-'- "umu Ar. Salem 8:30 a.m. ... 5:50 p.m. Ar. Salem 9:45 .m. 1:50 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 7:50 p.m. . 3:10 a.m. KI'J- 'j:i! Illy t'rt. Salem Dlk Kock..6r00 a.m. i Motor leaves 162 Falls City.... 7:1)0 a.m. 101 Falls City ... :30 a.m. PHI Black Hock. 1:05 p.m. KiH Falls City.... 3:45 p.m. 170 Falls City ... 5:10 p.m. 210 lilac k Bock 0:00 a.m. Ar. Salem 8:40 a.m.! 11:25 a.m.; 3.15 p.m. I 5:30 p.m. 7:45 p.m. 1:35 p.m.1 1:00 p.m Lv. Salem 6:40 p.m Ar. Albany ... 5:35 p.m. Ar. Eugene 7:05 p.m. Ar. Albany , 17 9:15 p.m. Stops at Albany Ar. hugone ,.. 7:50 a.m. ...11:05 a.m. ..12:25 p.m. Ar. Alban 7 2:05 p.m. Stops at Corvallis 2:30 p.m. Ar. Eugene 13 8:45 p.m. 9 21 Owl ... 1 . . 5 Ltd OREGON ELECTEIO BAItWAY CO. Northbound. Leaves Salem Arrives Portland Train Jlo. 4:25 a.m 2 Owl 0:30 a.m 6 8:00 a.m 8, Local 9:45 a.m 10 Limited ... 1:50 P.m 14 , 11:20 a.m. 4:00 p.m 6:35 a.m. 8:45 a.m. 10:20 a.m. 11:35 a.m.' 4:10 p.m.! Lv. Salem 12 1:45 p.m.' 8:35 a.m. 15 Limited 5:50 p.m.1 10:15 a.m. COBVALLI3 CONNECTIONS. Northbound. Lv. Corvallis A'- Salem 6:30 a.m 8:60 a.m. 8:27 a.m. 0:43 a.m. 12:12 p.m. 1:50 p.m. 2:36 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 4:25 p.m 5:50 p.m. 6:05 p.m. 7:50 p.m. Southbound. 4:15 ii.ni 18 . 6:40 p.m. 4:3 p.m. 5:50 p.m - 20 8:13 p.m. I 1:00 p.m. 7:50 p.in 2 -.10:00 p.m.! 6:40 p.m. Ar. Corvallii 10.05 a.m 11:34 a.m. 6:02 p.m. . 2:30 p.m. 7:57 pJ.