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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL; SALEM. OREGON. MONDAY. AUGUST 16. 1915.
'een tile guests of Mr. uml Mrs. Aug- ' "" mecnei ior the rant week lull SEVEN It. (i':iiitiil Jur.rn: 1 Special Service.) Woii.lluirii, Ore., Aug. IK. Miss Klla MoluliiiL'. ol' Kails City, is uniting Mias jlerle Hall this week. ' His. A.-he mid Miss Hawk, who have been the quests of the former's uncle iiiul limit for the past two weeks, huve irtiinh 'l to their koine in Syracuse, N. Arlie Walker anil Alpheua Clillotto joft Monday for Tillamook, where they ,vill spend a couple of weeks. Miss Minnie Mclvee, of Portland, sjirnt several days with her parents I; err. His.. IVln Hoik left Weiliiesday for Jilo.lli'i'l, where she will visit friends. 1,'ei. (. C. Wcll- r spent Tuesday iu fVitlt.'ltiil. A. W. Itreed, of Fairfield, was in I JIis!' Marion Mears, of Portland, has Vu Hni ii Tuesday cn business. returned home after a two weeks' visit Three families left Wednesdav in" w"n. Mr- md .Mrs. Frank I'. White, their automobiles tor Newport. They . -"'as r.lsie Sennit., of (iresham, vis won. Mr. and Sir.:. Onissiiinii mi. I ited Miss' Esther 1'lniik Inst wk daughter. Louise; Mr. and Mrs. Morri-1 Mrs. H. II. I.oinnx and daughter, of J'linl, attended the dance, at the ar-' ,,r(':'" How, Xeb., were visiting at the ;ui. lr. and Mrs. F. H. Armstrong aiid!h""" of Mr. and Mrs. C. K. ('alios, children. n j Tuesday. (Inreiice llrutie left Wednesday fori , Mrs. Geo. Hadley and sons, of Oak a few days' outing at Newport. ! drove, are isiting at the home of her Mrs. I.. Smith spent the week-end I'xrcntB, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Rosb. itn iriemis in rortiand. .Mr. anil Mrs. (lav Heine and sons. '. II. Thompson is visiting herof Salem, were over-Suiiduv guests if . .Mrs. Mo?, at Astoria. P. I'lank and familv. T,.p,iv f... .1...: ' " u"- thi "I roil He l.ae, W is. They have been visiting the fair and other points i.f interest in the northwest. Mr. llurstt, of Carlton. Ore., has pur chased tho liornhoff bckery. Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. See. of Donald, Ore., are the guests of their daughter, Mrs. ,.M. Hitnoy. Mr. and Mrs. Oven, who have been visiting at the home of Mr. ami Mrs. 1). A. Me Kef, returned to their home in the east. Velma Bents, of Auitru, spent the week-end with Miss Crescinta (ilatt Miss Eeta PeHat., or Omaha, Neb., who has been visiting the fuir, stopped in Woodliurn nnd is visiting at the home of Mis. U. Mcdoaegnl. M". V. A. Chapman entertained the I . h. 0. informi:llv nt h Intervention Is Due ' Taft Says r.piscopai innut met at the home ot .Mrs. o. P. Overton on Tuesday after noon. The ladies spent a pleasant aft ernoon in sewing, after -which the hos tess, assisted by her sister, Miss Mil dred H(;ue, served refresh men ts. The members present were: Mrs. D, C. Cow les, Mrs. H. M. Austin,' Mrs. Ti C. Poor- ' St. Louis, Aug. 16. '' Intervention in Mexico ' seems necessary today; the United States can jio longer tolerate the confusion and disorder in our neighbor na renuhllc. declared former Priwi. man, Mrs. P. A. Eivesley, Mr. B. Me-ljen,. William Howard Taft in au in- Classified Advertising Page I WOOD AND COAL. MMBBMBM I peuo but not in GRUB oak, $5; ash, 44.50 per cord, Ward K. Richardson. Phone 494. Cord, Mrs. H. h. Oill, Mrs. F. Wolf, terview here today'. Mrs. J. H. Shorey nnd Mrs. Oeo. Kel-i "T m in favor of logg. of Weiser, Idaho, who was ajthig foolish sense of security without 'SALEM Fl'KL YARDS The place of K".1- . I foundation," said Tall. "Today it Miss (.oldie Roniniger was a Port-ouit as if the United states must in-' land visitor Monday. tcrvene in Mexico. This would require Misses -Mav and Ettn TInrtford. of 1 ocn unn if tl,., ,; i llutciiinsoii, has., arc the auests of : fv;.. t .......wWinc n !,, ... . nn. 11. LM .l 1 . v - o i ' ."i. -s their cousin l)r Kdward Ilnrtford. I nilt(, Ruerta. In my judgment ti.:. Mrs. A. M. Poorniiin entortainoil a il 1?.... row oi nor fnoniln Pndny evening in a j' r hitnni- tf Into iimiMf f -a I W k nt' . . j-.. lav afternoon, in '!,,, c i,. I i.. w... : . '.. . '.ul Taft will a.klresi St. i.ouis business ' . ,. ' ... i.i-i urBi, 'i,i i luiii utv. II'.IMP Cll.rOVIUU HIC -..o. ....oi-nii, nnu in a inemtier ot tuat Order. i iuniitio. ii'iwe en.ioviug me . ,inT evening weret.Mrs. J. W. Allen, Mra Zl r.. r. iMoreom,-Mrs, llrville Strong, of n It I Wisconsin; Mrs. T. C. Poorman, Mrs. wfj Hieil Beaten UO 111 P. W. Settlemier. Mr. P 'A I.ii-lBv I 1 "U iI1CU WCai', UH " Sirs. H. M. Austin aud Mrs. H. L. C.iil.j Miss Mildreil Hentley, of Montevideo, j Minn., is tho guest tt the home of her, ! uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hentley. Street Fight Yesterday qunlity. All kinds of dry wood, four- foot or cut iu 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 Main 5-'J. Mark Siddiill, prop. LODGE DIRECTORY. A. O. U. W. Protection Lodgo No. 2. Meets every Monday evening at 8 in the. MeCoruaok hall, corner Court and Liberty streets. A. K. Aufranee, M. W.; S." A. MePadden, recorder; A. L. Brown, i'. Something New in Salem CKNTHAL LOIH1K Xo. IS. K. nf P. Oliver Reisbeek and Jaek Campbell ! McCornack building. Tuesday even l were each given 10 days in the city jail I ing of each week at 7:S0. F. F. Sehram, C. C: W. H. llilson, K. o n. Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. Kellog are the! h': """"""K by Municipal Judge guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. C, Poornian.i F',Tn "n ,,1.,,nrKel, ,f T K I"? , f?'': T'1 Mr. nnd Mrs. Kellogg are. from Weiser,' ilson and Joseph o1)(.bel. Ac Mrs. 1 iliiuiilner A T'ii ity, consisting or' B. F. Kdwnrds. I;. .1. staiiard, B?n Stoner, Kllis Harper mid (ilenii (lOiilot, went to Sijeti! bay, I'riday, and spent two days fishing. Tuey report a good time and lots of fish ni'.'lit. (lea F. Boiinev visited friends at The Dalles Sunday. Mrs. J. L. Shorey was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Bock, of Silverton, last week. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Shnltz. Mrs. Ks- Kenton Killen end Cy Vo.ler left j tella Shultz, Mrs. Mabel Fay and Miss Wednesday for Silver li.ke, where they Mamie Shultz, of Ciinmpoeg, spent Kill spend a week. Monday iu Woodburn. Mn. ,1. IL Shorey and daughters aro Mr. and Mrs. Strong, of Dodgeville, visiting friends in Portland this week. Wis., left the first of the week for Mr. ami Mrs. ( has. Van Coughnaut,! their homo, after a visit with Mr. and of Forest (iirii-e, were the guests of1 Mrs. E. P. Morcom. Mr. and Mrs.' X. A. Hoffard, Wednes-j Mr. C. Waller left Tuesday for Port ilay. I land, where he has purchased a one- Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Mnupiu and son, i half interest in the W. C. Milk Co. Dale, returi'cd home niter a week's Mr. 'and Mrs. Thomas Corkin and visit with their son and wife, Mr. and 1 children, of Missouri, are visiting at Mis. Kalph Maupin, of Portland Mr. and Mrs. hidings were the week end guests of friends in Salem. Mr. uml Mrs. ,1. S. McDonald, of I'1 Id, motored to Woodburn Mimdnv nnd spent t'.ie day with Mrs. M. Durnnt. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Pennelmker ami daughter, Willa, i-.pent Sundav at New l"rt. ' Miss Mildred Drnki, rotui-nn,! lw.inn 1'iier a two weeks visit wit.i her izrnnd-1 rorn. iiioilier nt AsIiImh. . Mrs, the hoi1 of the former's cousin, llarrv Cole, and family. Mr. and .Mrs. F. W. Settlomier spent of j Saturday in Purtland. . ( . M. Liuberg, of Monitor, transact ed business in Woodburn Monday. E. T. Einmett visited relatives in Salem Sundav. Captain nnd Mrs. Eugene Moshlierger aro camping on their farm near An 11. Overton entertained a few Til,, hi.ln.ii ui,.i,t 11,,, i.l'l.,,. i u,,. vacation nig, niter wnieii refreshments were Iduhu, J THE MARKETS Wheat is. off a few cents today, the price running from S5 to 87 cents. Ore gon tomatoes are down to KO cents. Oranges are up 25 cents a box, quoting nt $4.75. Eggs and poultry hold at tho prevailing prices of the past two weeks. arana. Hay, timothy, per ton $n$12 Oats, vetch Cheat ..; Wheat, new crop Oats, new ciop Rolled Barley .... Corn ........... Cracked corn cording to tho police Reisbeek and Campbell and three others met Wilson and Ooebel near the corner of Twelfth and Trade streets and engaged in a few words which lead to an altercation ami they went at it hammer and tongs. One of the victims was obliged to have a doctor tnke five stitches over his eye and both were badly bruised. Only Reisbeek and Ooebel were nrre.it ed as Reisbeek, in particular, has a loca police record. Both men entered ideas of guilty in police court nnd took the sentence. If if for aU, a Want Ad will Bell it. Journal ABSTRACTS l)(o$10 $U(o)$10 8(ic , 32c $:il $41j and S. SALEM LODtl K No. 4, A. F. & A. M. Stated communications first Friday in each month nt 7:30 p. m. in the Masonic Temple. J. C. Welch, W. M.; S. 14. Culver, secretary. PACIFIC LODGE No. 50, A. F. & A. M. Stated communications third Fri day in each mouth at 7:30 p. m. iu tho Masonic Temple. Glenn C. Niles, W. M.; Ernest 11. Chouto, secretary. I!. N. of A. "Oregon Grape Camp,' No. I3li0, meets every Thursday even ing in McCornack building, Court and Liberty streets; elevator. Miss Syl via Seiiaupp, 1701 Market, oracle; Hazel Price, Imperial Furniture Co. recorder. Bran 29.00 Shorts, pet ton ................ $31.00 UNION ABSTRACT' CO. Abstracts that protect. Our books posted up to dute each morning. i Call Main 121!) UiOd'a messenger will call for your abstract. . J. C. Siegiuund, president; Max Gehlhar, secretary, 215 State street. M I'LTNOM AH ROYAL ARCH CHAP TER No. 1, R. A. M. Regular meet ing second I'riduv in ench month nt 8 n. in. in tho Masonic. Temple. Al- ' fred F. Marcus, Hx. High Priest; Rub sell M. llrooks, secretary. Buttsr: Butteri'at Creamery butter, per pound Country butter 28c 30c .17c AUCTIONEER . Mi's Frances Kemp left Sundav fori frieiuls at iur home. Mondiiv afternoon. eilt!iir, near Koekawny beach, where sue win spend a few (lavs it h her mother, Mrs. S. A. Kemp, who served by the hostess. Those invited ii. sieiiuiiig mo summer there. were: ivnssis i oiiyue, irssie. nuns, Dr. Christoffersoit. ml' Silverton. vi:i- Anna Dinwoodie. Mildred Hoi'iiel Merle il 'd ir. Edward Hartford Sunday. j Hull. Mrs. O. C. Weller, Fikan, Me b'ev. L. (', Poor returned Friday from Cullough ami Miss Hudson, from Ceu e:in Park, v.-uere he and his 'family tral Oregon. Ii ive been on their vacation. Mrs. Poori Miss Alice Kraiuis spent tho week ami "children will remain two weeks'end with Mirs Kalherine Evans, longer. Mrs. O. P. Overton and Mrs. C, C. Misses ('. E. nnd Margaret Olson, ofiOoodale entertained the ladies (if the llillsbnrorj were iu Wuiillmrn a fewl Priscilla club and their husbands at a days last week on business. , . j picnic in Welter 's grove at Hubbard. lohu Becker, clerk nt Lipoma & Saturday evening. The grove wus deco U'(rt)fi. 'a, a'ortland, is visiting his par- j rated With (he itapanese lanterns, under cuts at Their farm home near Wood-1 wiiieh a long tuiile was spread with burn. ninny good things to eat. Those pres- Mrs. X. P. Lind and Mrs. J. P. Pou'ent were: Mr. and Mrs. R. 11. Scott. Iirnoke. of Portland, are the guests of' Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Johnson, Mrs. (!, Mrs-M. Dure nr, C ()ilale, Mrs. Alice Kennedy, Mr. Clarence and Bessie Coyle, of St. i and Mrs. C, W. Kent, Mr, and Mrs. L. H.ii and (laughters, Thelma and Ethel, M. Hitney and Dr. and Mrs, O. P. Over i.Kirv Thursday evening. ton. Mrs. H. Alleninn spent Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. P. K. (Iiristensen re in Gervnis. ' i turned Saturday from Eugene, where Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Haskell, Mrs, O.'Mr. Christensen has been attending I'. Haskell, Misses Olive Haskell. Bessie! summer school. He was recently elovt- Trvon and Harold Olson picnicked at "ilium fiiiuiay. Mis. (t. F, Bouncy was the guest of f lieu. Is and relatives in Portland and anco:iver li'.st week. Mrs. Brown, of Corvallis, spent Thursday with her daughter,' Mrs. Will l "r .loliuston. ed principal of the schools at Alice, (lie., and will leave for that place r.oou. Geo. Altaian, of Hood liiver, was the guest (if Mrs. A. Brack this week. Mrs. C. W, Kent entertained about 110 young people one evening last week, in honor ol her daughter Helen s six teenth hirthdnv anniversary. Refresh- Eggs and Poultry. Eggs, candled, No. I ?as 22c Ho. i Eggs, cush J7c Hens, pound 11c Roosters, old, per pound 7c. Spring chickens, pound.:. 15c Fork, Veal and Mutton. Veal, dressed 11 l-2c. Pork, dressed 0(ri;9 l-2c Pork, on foot C6'oC Spring lambs 5 l-2c Steers . . Cows' J. . Bulls Ewes .... Wethera 4c ,.; OCT 5 l-2e 33'jC 3c iMi.i.L.:....:...: 44!ic AUCTIONEER Salem's reliable seller. Farm sales solicited. Terms, 1 per cent; satisfaction guaranteed or ao pay. Henry M. Voorhies. Michigan avenue, first street cast of the state fair grounds. 110DSON COUNCIL No. 1, U. & S. M. Stated assembly first Monday in each month, Masonic Temple. James Plant, Thrice Illustrious Master; Glen (!. Niles, recorder. CHIROPRACTOR CONSULT PR: M AY, 'experienced and successful Chiropractor, for unite and chronic disorders. Has practiced six years in Oregon, iree consultation. Hours, to 12, 1 to li. 305-11-7 Hub bard Bldg. Ludy attendant. Phone office 572; residence !lX2-h CHIROPRACTIC-BPINOLOOIST ' 'Jfegatablea. Cnbbaga Tomatoes, Oregon String Garlic . Radishes Potatoes, new, lb Now peas Cucumbers Walla Wnlla onipns Beans , . 40c . . (ioc . 15c . 40c $1.00 ... 4c , . 25c. $1 ...4c Miss Eleanor Carter, of Portland, was meats were served by tiie hostess. I lie. guest id' Mrs. F. W. Settli'mier I Mr. and Mrs: Jay Bunting and Mr, ( cr Sunday. land Mrs. II. Killen returned from a Willis Cooler,' of Silverton,' Visited week 's enmp out lit llockaway Beach, friends in Woodburn, Sunday. I The friends of Mr. ami Mrs. J. M. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Seeley, Who have Poorman enjoyed a waltermeloii feast Fruits. Oranges, Valencia $4.75 Lemons, per box $4.755.25 Bananas, lb 5c California grape fruit $3.00 Dates, dromedary, case $3.25 Fnrd dates $1.60 Cocoanuta, per dozen $1 Cantaloupes $1.75(i:2.25 Watermelons ,.(.)...r...' $1.75 DR.'O. L. SCOTT Graduate lof Chiro pfactic's Fountain Head, Davenport, Ifwa. If yon have tried everything and have got no relief, try Chiroprac tic spinal adjustments and get well. Offjce 40(1-7-8 I'. S. National Bunk Building. Phone Alain 87. Residence Main HSSS-R. DK MOLAY COMMANDKHY No. 5, K T. Regular conclave fourth Friday iu each month nt 8 o'clock p. in., in Masonic Temple. Sojourning Sir Knights are courteously invited to meet with us. Geo. II. Burnett, I'.. ( , Frank A. Turner, recorder. CIIADWICK CIIAPTF.R No. 37, O. E S. Regular meeting every first and third Tuesday at 8 ii. m. in the Ma sonic Temple. Elizabeth Head, W M.; Ida M. Babcock, secretary. WOODMHN OF TUB WOULD Meet every Friday night nt H o'clock in McCornack block. Oscar itonaldson C. C: L. S. Geer, clerk. 507 Court street. Phono 51)3. DRY CLEANING -PRESSING CLpTHES CLEANERS Pressers, re pairers and dyers. One triul will eon vjjice you that our work anil' charges Poole's Drug Store recently purchased a supply of the best Eczema remedy in the world. Ask him to tell you about Dry Zensal for the crusty, scaly skin and Moist Zensal for all watery eruptions. THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL Classified Business Telephone Directory A Quickhandy reference for busy people Telephone ABSTRACTS OF TITLE. Salem Abstract Company, 813-228 Balem Bank and Truut Bids S3S - EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL. Salem Electrio Co., MaBonie Temple, 127 North High Main 1200 LAUNDRIES. . Salem Steam Laundry, 130 South Liberty Main 2& PLUMBING. STEAM TITTING AND TINNING T. M. Barr, 164 South Commercial Street Main 192! UNDERTAKERS. Rigdon Richardson Co., 254 North High street Day and night, Main 183 TRANSFER AND DRAT AGE. Salom Truck ft Drey Co., corner titate and Front streets Main 74 JOB POINTING. Beaver State Printori, Patton Blook 1512 A GOOD five-room cottuge, close in, 0 4 blocks to the postal I ice.., Price ifllwO, , ' $,1110 down and terms on the bnlauce : at 6 per cent. This is an excellent , buy. J. A. Mills, 381 .State street. I r Atigl7 FOR 8ALE Dutrit Jewell gas range; 27 yards Axmuister CBrpot, like new; drophcud sewing machine; good or igan; two-burner (Juick Meal oil stovo, 'used very little. 233 North Com mercial. tf SNAP OF YOCIt LIF1C 1 acres rich .river bottom laud, no gravel, 2 miles from Commercial and Htnto streets, all in cultivation; only 1.1(1 per acre. ,L N. (laniard, 384 Htato street. Phono HI. Angl7 I' NIT ED ARTISANS Capital Assem lily No. SI, meets every Wednesday at 8 i. in, in Moose hall. Mrs. P. W. Cook, M. A.; .1. T. Penn, secretary, 113 Masonic. Temple. SAI.EM 11 I'M ANE SOCIETY T). I). Keeler, president; Mrs. Lou Tillson. secretary. All cases of cruelty or . neglect of dumb animals should be reported to the secretary for invest i . gation. aro right. Cleaning parloC.oiien ' I'odkun' WOODMKN p m. Goods called for and Slivered Mur ,, ON OF AMERICA ,itin Cm tir I 'it tun rli. IL'IO.IIICCTS freo. Phone 728. Apparel .Service L ,,,, u,,v ..; , u viock CO.. 138 H. lligli street ' ! ; vtcCornnek 'hall comer Court nnd Liberty streets. Elevator service, W. W. Hill, V. C .; Hex A. Tiiracr.clerk. MAGNETIC MASSEUER AND SCIEN TIFIC MANIPULATOR Street Car Men's Excursion To NEWPORT Sunday, August 22nd S.ilem Street Car men will have an Excursion to Newport next Sunday August 22. You are Invited to go! ..Street Car men wiU appreciate your patronage. Salem Street Car Man's Band r u n.fiiTruxiiiA Orpheus Male Chorus v ill furnish music and entertainment, ii-. 'al Train leaves Salem. S Newport, noon. on them Pacific Depot nt 0:30 a. in., arnv ''turning, special leaves Xewport at 0:00 p. ni. N'rt is delightful and you .'will have six hours by the sea. ROUND TRIP FARE $2.50 Secure Tickets Prom any Street Car Man. ,'Xf J "f J ' j Prom street Car Of fire, '"'' Front Street. Prmn Ticket Agent 8. P. Depot SOUTHERN PACIFIC John M. Scott, General Fasaenger Aent, Portland, Oregon. . Retail Price Eggs, per dozen 25c Sugar, cane . $(1.85 Sugnr, D. O $0.(15 Creamery butter 35o r lour, bard wncat 1.75(n 2.45 Flour, va.Uoy ."$1.55 Portland Market. Portland, Ore, Aug. HI. Wheat: Club, !2cf(i$1.0l); bluestem, $1.0(1(711.02. Oats: No. 1 white feed, $25.5(lf 27.0(1. Rarlcy: Brewing, $2ii.()0f 27.50. Peed, $25.00(11 2ii.5(l. Hogs: Best live, $7.00(1! 7.55. Prime steers, $i!.50(ii 11.(10. Fancy cows. $5,505.(10, Calves, $7.00(9 .7.50. Spring lumliH, $ii.l5(Ti 0,25, Mutter: City creamery, 27c. Eggs: Selected local cx.,24c. Hens, 13 l-3(ii He. M rollers, 17c. j Geese, Sc. Six Hundred Sailors r Take Part In Movies i I Los Angeles, ('ill., Aug. 10. While 'crowds lined the streets of San Diego, standing for the most part in silent nil i miration, but with occasional sputter iugs of hniidcliipping, UoO snilnrs from the battleships Missouri, Ohio and Wis consin came ashore here today In launches and Whale boats, marched hii-kly nl'onrd special trains nnd were whirled away to I'liiversal City, the capital of "mmiedoin," where a spe cial program was staged for their bene fit. The little fleet cnrrviiig between 500 and lioO midshipmen fnru Annapnlisi naval academy, on their nunual cruise, arrived in the harbor tiefore the early i morning mists had cleared away. When; 'the fog thinned watchers on tiio shore saw the three sipint, grim fighting craft I moored so close to shore tliat the men could be plainly seen im their decks. 'and now nnd then a few mellow bugle notes could be heanl. 1 Brigadier General Hubert Wnnkow ki, of the National Guard,' and repre sentatives of the Los Angeles chamber of commerce, iisid an official visit 4 I welcome to Admiral Fiillnin, command ling the sipiadron, shortly after its ar rival. None of the midshipmen were 'seen by plain folks tin land, however, 'until they begun arriving at the wharves nt mxm for their motoring tour . of Los Angeles and vicinity. Numbers of the middies were entertained at the Jonathan and other i xdusive cluba. IF TOU WANT YOUK HEALTH BACK Go to Dr. Hngel. He can get circulation "lien all others fail. Ho treats for all bodily ills, aches or pains. Come and sc me if you are ailing. Treatment, $1.00. Hush 4 Breymnn Bldg. . OSTEOPATH DKH. B. H. WHITE and K. W. WAL TON Osteopathic physicians and nervo specialists. Graduates of Amer ican School of Osteopathy, Kirksville Mo. Post graduate and specialized in nerve discuses at I .oh Angeles college. Treat acute and chronic diseases. Consultatioa free. Lady attendant, Office 505-500 I . S. National Hank Building. Phone Ml). Residence 310 North Capitol street. Phone 400. SCAVENGER. 1 FOR EXCHANGE IF YOU HAVE Any good property for exchange we can milieu jnu. m don't handle ,i"ak property. A new 5-rodiii house fur rent. A, E. Bell, lioom 220, Hubbard bldg. Sept. 12 MISCELLANEOUS. PHONE UNIVERSITY NOW About any kind of help you niny need. Bookkeepers, stenographers, etc. tf HOP PICKERS REGISTER Campers ui.ntiiil All a iiiiniodiitiiins. (all ut room 508 I.'. S. Hank building, or phono 182, tf MERCHANTS' POLICE PATItOL-7 Male and IVnuilo detectives for pri vate investigations. Night watching ' and protection furnished at all times. A. L. Williinn, manager: W. II. Holm, secretary. ,'IH.l State, Phone 401. 40 ACHES, IIVj miles out, 2:i acres in u ! . u ;,il In Itt.fii-iiiir 11 acres 2 years ow, acres cnerries o years, S acres loganberries, lair house, I'lneo is near Liberty. Seo ,1. A. Mills, Stnte street. Augl7 FOR SALE (tanning peaches, deliver ed to any part of town or bring your boxes and come to tho crclinrd, second grade peaches sold cheap iu tho or chard. The I in lull orchard, 12 mile north from west end of Salem and i Polk county bridge, on Wallace road. I Phono 52 F II. Sept. 10 L. M. HUM Care of YICKSOTONG Chinese Medicine and Tea Company Has medicine which will cure any known disease. 153 South High Street, Salem, Ore. Phone 283. CHICHESTER S PILLS Uj-. . TUB DIAMOND It 11 A Nil. X ' I.mllr.l A"liytrirufBl.ir..f . f (( Cv.iJ l,l olr..(rr. IMum.J Ilri,jV 6vU)& I'lll. In "i ll " ''"U nirlilllcV l', eal.il with lil.te RiUmh, V wj Tl) n ttlhcr. liny mf Tyr k I - AT lr,,Lt. A.kfiirrill.4'irr'N.TRRa I L .' let Q nmmU IMAMOND HltANIk IMI.I.H. Urn tft ytari known M liel, tifl, Atwy Krlltll SOLD BY DRl'fifilSTS tVtRYWHf RE 200 ACRES, ho in cultivation, (I room house, 2 burns, 120 nrres rough pas ture, land with fiito springs, 'I'i miles to railroad station, It. P. I)., milk route and telephone; prico $15 per acre, Vi down bal. II per cent, or will Inke smaller acreage up to ijaiOO or , $1111111. See ,1. A. .Mills, '.W State. Augl7 TOE TRADE. 15 ACHKS lMPHOVED-tlSO worth of stock, implements, ono mile from In dependence, to trade for modem house in Salem. Will assume 1,25(1. Oeo. It. .lucob Co., ltd State street, Bnyne Hldg. tf WANTED. WANTKH A farm to rent on shares, wilh slock furnished. Address 20115 Marion street. Augl7 DR. EVA MURPHY Magnetic Healing and Electric Baths Cure nil kinds nf diseases, female trouble a specialty. Come and ee me. Boom 17, Bush it Breyman Bldg. si CASTOR IA For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always tha Slgnatuie WANTED Cow giving milk for keen. Plenty good feed and water. J. P. FOR RENT. 8ALEM SCAVI'.N'iEIt Charles Sons firmirietor. (larl'.ige and refuse of nil kinds removed i n monthly contracts 1 SICKLY furnished housekeeping rooms, at reasonable rules. Yards and cess pools cleaned. Office phone Main 2217. Residence Main 2272. Mausoleum. reasonable. H55 North Commercial. UNIVERSITY HAS APPLICATIONS Of young women wanting to Ho housework for room nnd boiud. Phono .'117, now. tf l-'lllt KENT Nicely furnished house tMir iihiutinciils. It.'iO Center. I'liime 201 M. Augl" MOUNT CREST AlfHKY LEI.'M The bi-ttcr way. sanitary, 'I, with mi run K ( it I. . r r u rni sneii loum J.'. .'...i I. ..nr. I cli.e ill. 2IH Court street "r. . ., ' A,rl7 .. , i I ,.. ' Ill II' .HO '---f.- l visitors. Sunday 1 to 4 p. m. .1. W. ... .. r;vTV'nrnislieil . housekeeping (iliskill, IllUllllgcl l'lione I.H.H, rooms, ion i.nion sireei. ni'i i peetn Kurnituit) Store. Mrs. J. L. Pcctz. I UNDERTAKERS. I1.'III N &. Cl.orCH C. H. Webb, A. M. dough ni'irln "ins niut funeral li-i SMALL general stock or morcnnnuiie FOB. SALE. rectors. Latest modern lueilioiis known to the profession employed. 415 Court street. Main 120, Main HH. fr nl. Inouire 1 1'JO Niiith Cap itol street. t' tttODON RICH AHHSON CO. Kulieriil directors and undertakers, 252 North 1 High street. Day Bad night phone; i:t. ; i WATER COMTANY. SALEM WATER COM PANY Office corner Commercial ami 1 rude mrccis. For water service apply at office. Pills pnvnblc monthly in ndviii POR KALE New I'Minc dipping mn chinu, price :I5. Sulcni Mfg. Co., El'iO North Front. Phone .111 M. Aug Hi Plii;i:sTONE PEACH MS POU CAN S' I vi; 7fic tier bushel, pick them vimrself. Hull 'n farin, Slough mad Phone si P 2. Aug Hi Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S C A S T O R ! A MONCY TO LOAN Ol Oood Seal EattU Iwmrtty THOS. K. TOKO Otm LtdA k Bath Mak. Balem, Orafoi WHY NOT.' A good building lot in North Sal. 1 1 . blocks to car I 1,1(1 cash, il is worth 'JVl. .1. A Mills, :i4 Stale street. Augli POIl SALE OH TRADE 2S n ics Small portion cleared, new 5 room house near Woodland. Wash., for acre age near Salem. Address M-'HI North llllh street. City. Aug I Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORI A Miller, Ituiito II, Hox 03. Aug HI UNIVERSITY YOI.'NII MEN NEED WORK - During school year. Will lire furnaces, fix yards, or do odd Jobs. Photic III 7, now. tf NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS Notlcn is hereby given that the Com mon Council of the City uf Siilem, Ore gon, deems it expedient and hereby de clares its intention and purpose to forthwith Improve Seventeenth street from the north line of State street to the south line of Court street, with a (l inch crushed gravel cement concrete, pavement, with bitumen wearing sur face, nt the expenso of the abutting and adjacent property within said lim its in accordance with the plans and specifications for said street Improve ment nil heretofore adopted by the Common Council of said City (if Salem, mid now on file in the office of the City Dr. O. DENTIST A. OIboh, Dentist, Rooms 211-212. Masonic lildg. , Phono 410 Salem, Ore. Recorder, winch said plans Tor a more ' definite and detailed description of tic'suid improvement are hereby referred ' ii and by reference niadn a part of 4c' this notice. Written remonstrances SalemFence and Stove Works R. 8. Fleming, Prop. Depot American Fence To Hop Growers: Morlry'i Pat Braced Basket. BUndt the strain. Buy now and aare money. Don't wait until jou need them. Of order now and get them later. 250 Court Street Phone 184 Back ot Chicago Store 1 ,.,...l..ul ...LI I i.,m.i., nwit, tin nimli, at any time within Ten (10) days trom the final publication of this notice in the manner provided by the City Char ter of t Ii u City of Salem. This notice is published fur Ten (10) days by order of the Common Council, under Resolu tion No. 1 Iftli, passed ami ndoptcd the 2llth day of July, MIS, which said reso. lut iti rt Is hereby referred to and by ref erence Is hereby made a part of this notice, the date of the first publication being tlio llth day of August, 111 I ft. CHAM. V. Eli'OlN, City Recorder. Aug. 1H. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTOR I A JIB FRENCH FEmALE 1 U P I L L ! J.ff JUaiw Riijaf mnv9fmm Httmnm, II'VU INNM TO Mil. 8i'r " k M UHiams t lfotv KfWnl4, H-i prrlt fkf II l fmt Ml. Will NM MN III IMM.H W Mill W iti fniT4, HwntM trt. If ;rafu4lM4Mt Omm u m4 r JMM tto . u.,T,o.i,.ci......T4,l-n..'... m. "'Hi' r''TaT1! W fCSjWT, - f. t i ; ) ' II i -t i ' ! vn i i w)iiiiiwiiiainPnpiMi?'Wwiwy" yeveha an1 fnaawei "'ifrr