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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON, TUESDAY. MARCH 13. 1917.
SEVEN i i 4 rv-r"M Willamette Valley t t Monmouth News Capital iMimal Special e:v..e. Moiumiurh. On'., .Mar. l.t.-Hiovei n Yi h combe lias appointed the -fa.tu.u -iu liii'iKlii'M oi the bouiil .f regent to ml an ii building committee lor the i mi -1 1 -net ion cf new wing that in to be mclcd to tin- nouiial building: Superin tendent .1. A. ( luiri hill, tlintrinnu ; Miss I;irvin. -Mr. W. C. Bryant. Mr. C. L Mail Mini ill'. !!.(. Starkweather. The comriitteo expo t to have plans ami sih i ll init ions prepared nun coniraci ready to situ eailv ill May and will!.. b..!, meeting Monday to discuss .me n.i.l tl. seed an architect. : .Miss J.:iiii- iveniimi represeinea tne faculty in cleipel Inst I ridny niominK. tukiuK ior her suli.i.it, "The Bible as Literature," which she handled in nn nble mid coiiviiicins nianner. shoin ; tluit she hos u thorough itiulcrstnudlng of the different booka nnd a liemitiful conception of the scriptures. Miss Mm v ltohain. musical director j ot the normal attended ..and opera last . ri.joi(;in, ov,.r U,e victory and are proud : ""i c'? "(' lib ! ""and -Bill" IToJl M' r' v 'p"' "i" "" T , . ,1 I L" o!f r-- 1 hrtr"ta nml "m"-i I,.. ,ov l v ,;,, . ,T l,e.. ,s. , f th... particular part each played at the diu-, i0lll iu rettulal. iiun. Kve" CHiidi- ne, Kiven by them last Sunday nt the,(lilt0li ,V(.rp i,litiated in tho third and Ilcrmitafre, are to be eonfiratttlnted ; flM.,h deKrees duriuK the morniuR; the ...v - wcie i.isn-iuin oeioiiuco mini iiuosies- nu.l the ).lnce cirds were of the hand-j lU.at cf ,iie normht Knve several hunior puinted variety. The genial quests were readiuRa, Miss .Mary Randall sang Messrs. Stanley Kvans, Arch Cornell and a beautiful solo and Mr." Bursoll gave a Cm-I Bowman: when it came to c.h viiir r. .niing which told of the origin of wo the rooster "Doc" proved himself an ,., anil Paused n heartv laugh. I'rof. expert sm-Reoii and "Bill", of course. Boci'ot, head of the horticultural . le vviis expected to foot the "bill." hutrtment of the O. A. C, was present The Y. W. C. A. cabinet conforence i talked at length on tho subject of winch was held here last week held its) vegetable gardening. He said that farm, tirst session on Friday, the second, at ! crs ; general pay very little nttention the normal, with Dean Fox, of the L'ni to the enrden. He ureed the imuortance versify, as principal speaker; her sub- jeer. "What Men Live By," was inspir- ins;.- vruie -ciose oi-ine iiimiess . is i Todd, dean of tho normal school, wel- j pi,.,,, tH and vegetables, of starting bed's coined the visitors to Normal hall and j 0f rhubarb and asparagus and of util ise' a reception in their honor. On the; jjjinB even- opportunity to insure the morning of the third the session "was de- j great est variety of succulent vegetables voted to Bible study led by Miss Pins-1 ,0th for the health of his family and to dale. Miss Burton also gave a sbort i keep .down the cost of living. Ho said talk on the work of the Y. W. C. A. At .Hgs( failures in the growing of veget iinon luncheon was served at the doriiii-1 could bo traced to noor seed and torv to about 100 ouests. The tnbles were beautifully decorated willt tlils and fern. Miss Arbutlmot acted as foustniistress. On Saturday afternoon i i st mistress. On Saturday afternoon , an Faniuin, -of -Pacific university, siink, to the girls on "Tho Heights of. Privilege," taking the ground that op portunities are privileges. On Saturday evening President Ackerman nddresesd the assembly on "The Mission of He ligion," giving his iden of a Christian. Vespor service closed the day's jiro- gram. Sunday morning the conforence no t in the Uinstian Lmleavor room ot Oog.m Normal chartered a special train tho Christian church nnd discussed tliejto go to Corvallis Friday night to at pnrpose of tho Y. W. C. A., afterwards ; tend the intercollegiate oratorical con joining the c(,nrcgntiou in the auditor-j test anU to accompany Miss Radabuugh, iiii - '.' w ho was chosen to represent them'tuero. The Parout-Tencliers' meeting held ; The normal had toped to win first plnee Tuesday . -night--in .th training school! but i;.,es not feel despondent as all the auditorium was unusually- well attended, : cO'itoMants proved able opponents. standing room being nt a premium, n.e! Mrs; l.V U. Hefflcy is spending the program was principally drills and folk ' weekitntl with a niece iu Portland, dancing done to the music of the school I Mis. Mary Aldorson, who has been victroln, by the children of the grades '.spending the winter with relatives in and was very interesting, especially tollowu, returned to her home east of Hon- parents and teachers. Tho program be-! un as usual hv tlie sincnio ot favorite old songs by the audience, led by Miss Randall, iu the absence of Miss Hoham. The violin duet bv Gertrude Rodgers and Helen Cornelius was well rendered . and very much appreciated. At the : close of the program the meeting was auuresseu uy .ur. j. v. ixiiCKie, state i dairy and food commissioner, w ho spoke j for perhaps 45 minutes on the "Work-: or tne i;airy nntt Jroou Commission."; chapel on Monday evening. Ht spoke of some of the duties of his? Miss Bessie Sullivan was given a sur orfice, defined adulterations, told of his j prise party by the freshman class Inst experiences in the enforcement of snni- Friday night in the high school buil. tation and how this enforcement invar-; ing,' the occasion being her sixteenth inbly resulted not only in Improved food ; anniversary. Under the pretense of se proilucts but in increased revenues for' curing a book from the library, Bessie the business man, by reason of better I wng induced to accompany a class mote Children Cry She Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been iu use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature-of and has been made under his per sonal supervision since Its infancy. f-cCCU'i, Allow no one to deceive vou in fliis. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good " are ' but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. What is CASTOR I A Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural Bleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. 4SEriusp; CASTORIA always 5 J Bears the In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought Am CENTAUR COMMNV, I'htromi".'. Mr. 'Micl.le told of the fiilit ! J in tin- legislature to preserve the doparl-'eiilered but r b a flufli t light cmnr Jnieiit and paid a hearty itibule tu Kch-!u, tewai.iig about" .to ft the r!a and hitoi Haw lev for tho help he gave there. M'erul of faculty, ami -their went. Ke jl'lie Hniifuf this vicinity think favor-' frehment rit served ami a jolly time , lly of .Mr. Mii kli- ami the department enjoyed. he repion'iit. Butter in iJe lv the Monmouth Ou- operntHe Creamery wiii awarded sccoud prize nt tlieeoiiventM.il of the Western Duirv Instructors lielil in Portland last week. In eumpetitiou with the product of f7 vreameiies from nine states of the noithet hieh were represented in 'otitest .MonnioutU lost first plaee Albany hv only 1.5 points. The Mon- ,, ' , silv ,,.,,. . : al for tiny N heible wa made from the j .,i ...... .i.:i.i.. ....i .i,.M'i ai waih iiome in ius leisur. ,,,, - , ut rull 0i creaiu and was nn aver ))ril,lu,.t 0f ,iie creamerv. while Xhc A1,allv ,,r0,iu,.t Wns made from special- Y w.,M.tPd eremn. The Monmouth1 L . b n ,-unnin? onitn ni eur nuclei- ine present co-operative nianaiement but is making steady nviivvtli in tnisiiiis and commerciul, Ht - unlim. tockholders mid citizens are I V; " t t. . , isujh spjeiuiiu umner wr.s enjoyed at nfier which Air. Bowman, a atii- 0f asking this a special part of his'as we are one of the largest in the work, of pliuining it systematically, of ! comity we want to accomplish many ,,i im,r use of hot-beds to raise, enrlv 1 !,,,.., 1... ;it.,in ..c e..,.., iimn! daffo-Urowu seed of n responsible dealer, it i wns Ips onihiou that seedsmen should i l,e i-inded the same n. commission mer-! l,e gindei clui'it ! ai and advertised on their merits mil v. He mentioned some of the best ones, rnd als'i gave a list of the best vniieties of vegetables to plant for this .ieetion. A Mr- Old, of Independence, was given Hie first and second degrees of the order during the business ses sion of the afternoon. One hundred nnd fifty students of the mouth Wednesday. Miss y.niuee Putnam lias gone to east- ern Oregon where she will teach school for the remainder of the term. Mr rnd Mrs. Gordon Bowmnn are go ing to eastern Oregon to look up pros poets there. Mrs- Dan Calbreath is reported very ill of pneumonia. The Schildkret Hungarian orchestra will give a concert here iu the normal for Fletcher's Signature of . fr w voni. CITV. !!A News there: the room ns dark when t! Cloverdala Items (fapitnl Journal Spvtinl Service) Turner, Match 12. While visiting at th Fleetwood home last Mondav tins lirager's horse being tied to the fence j became restless and broke the fence, ' ii his buggy ana ran away home, leaving .Mr. l'.aet-r to tin.sh Ins Mrs. Will Morris drove to Aumsville Friday to visit her father, Mr. lirink niau. Mr. Jladlee went to Hnleni IVidity to attend a Sundav school convention Mrs. Myrtle Ornybill took her son Tkl. i.,, e,:,!.,,. ,i. .i,,,..,,!.. ,..,,',., .,... Oeo Morrig pilrt of Uis large . - 1 r i Jlr3. alt'er lilaco spent Saturday iu ' ' "ax 'L o Da "an Saturday j to spend over Sunday with Ins t.rolher. Surprise grange held its regular meet ,,, in Tllrsner Saturday, March 10. ThVre was n, Rood attendance nnd many v sitors- The morninir session was taK en up with the regular routine oi bus iness ii nd giving the thrid nnd fourth degree work to two new members. Iur ing the lecture hour State Orange Dep uty Kurd, outl'ned the work that granges ought to do to be real live, wide awake and up to date fanners, thus helping themselves aud their com munity. Mr. Hurd is an able speaker and all who heard him could not help but be enthused, and our grange is more than ever determined to (ret busy tlnnirs uiontr lue nue mill -nr. inuu snoke on A. (.'. McAllister of the Portland Union stock yards also spoke to the grange in behalf of their niarketin;; produce. Mrs. Fletcher of Salem, comity depu ty of the grange, spoke a few words iu her pleasing way. Several recitations ami music as 101- lows: Kecitation, Sister Susie's Bean, Herbert Bent; recitation, Ouess V hat ln My Pocket, IS ancli -Lewis; rccua- . FT1 '.. l ... I. ..n I.. X- I I .1 91.1 11011, J lllllgs .lioim-l vim a- ..., Beat; solo, Mr. Humphrey; recitation, Battling with a Mouse, Robert Cray; recitation, The Second Tnble, Robert (Iray. As the day was well spent all adjourned to meet again soon. Marion News Notes (Capital Journal Special Service.') i Marion, Ore., Mar. 13. Mrs. Hal Russell spent lust week visiting friends and Aelutives in Silverton. Mrs. Will Thomas is in Salem taking treatments for paralysis'. Her daugh ter, Miss Hilda, spent Saturday and Sunday with her and reports she is much better. M r. Ensley is in eastern Oregon at tending to some business interests there. Rev. C. W. Ruth, of Indianapolis, Ind., is conducting revival services nt the Friends church. The attendance and interest has been good Mrs. Ethel Cox, of Scotts MHK Ore., is visiting her cousin, Mrs, L. C. Russoll, and attending tho revival meetings. Miss Delia Thomas left for Salem to day where she expects to stay for some time. The school program given in the hall here Mnreli :i was very good and the whole enterprise quite a success, thanks to the faithful efforts of the teacher. Mrs. U. Terhune returned from the hospital last Saturday and is getting along nicoly. Her many friends rejoice with her over her recovery. Mr. Ivan Hadley, of Turner, was in town over Sunday visiting friends and attending the revival. Scotts Mills News (Capital Journal Special Service) Scotts Mills, March 13. The yiiends and relatives of Mrs. Sylvester A'ichols were greatly shocked by hearing of her sudden death last Wednesday- She and her daughter had started to Sil verton and had gotten as far as Mar quam when she was taken very ill and thoy returned heme as quickly as pos sible, upon nrriving there Dr. Hume was called but her life had gone be fore the Dr. reached her. The body was held until Saturday that relatives from a distance could get here. Funer al services were held at Marquam aii- interment had in the Scotts Mills cem etery. The sick folks who have been suffer ing from the grippe are better though not all able yet to be out. Mrs. Ethel Cox went to Marion Thursday to attend the revival meet ing which is being held there by Rev. Ruth. While at Marion she will be the guest of her cousin, Mrs. L. (.'. Russell. I Mr. and Mrs. A. X. Commons of Sa j 1. in were in town yesterday. A crowd of thirty six persons went to Salem Friday to meet with the boundary board in the interests of Scotts Mills school district. A portion of the southern part of the district got. themselves attached to the Noble dis trict. The object of the, meeting was to have the case reconsidered. A very good parent-teachers meeting was held Thursday evening. After a short musical program there was a de bate between the sophomores and jun iors. The quest ion debated was Resolv ed, that invention has done more for the progress of civilization than ex planations have. The juniors won. This is the 2d series of debutes. The next will be between the juniors and sen iors. Prof. Stultz wns called to Salem Fri day. He left the management of the school with the pupils of the high school. He also appointed teachers from among themselves to conduct the teach ing of the classes of their own room. We -understand they got along well. We seem to have a very good school this year. The children are interested. One reason why the backyard gar den has not long since put the high cost to rout is because it is right on the huckster's route. MOTIIR'S TROUBLES J A mother' -unending wotk and ! devotion -drains and strains her phyjcal strength and leaves hi mark in dimmed eyes and careworn ex pressions she ages before her time. Any mother who is weary and languid should at art taking Scott 'a Emulsion, ot 3Sorv0anCodLtverOilaaaatrenRtlicn-Jlrfe tng food and tiraanjf tome to sua ncu ness to her blood and build tn her nerves before it is too late. Start Scott's Kinulsion todjy its f juie is world-wide. It is free from alcohol. ficaU&BawM.BlauiaSeld.ir.2. Urf. PROPOSED EOAD WORK (CoDtinued from page four.) aceordnnce with the requirements of Bnid eoniinission, tneu said eoniniissiiin shall let contracts, or otherwise pro 'd according to law for the eoiuple- tion of said hard smtuced roads hv cuusint! said roads to lo finished ami hard surfaced according to plans and specifications prepared by said eom- imasicm. and the ruu.ts required men tor annil tic ueriveu inuu me saie oi said bonds, provided for in section 3 hereof." Vow while the funds vrovided under this bill for the improvement of the road beds i the above described conn- tits ,ailllot ll0 avaihllllo, m)r Bny of the iwoiK none, until nuer mis inn necuines work (,oll0 ,,,; nft,.r thiH ,i a law in June, the other counties out of their own funds may prepare now and have ready for hard surfacing this fall such portions of the roads as are on proper grade a"d have a solid foun dation. The comities in the lower V illam- ette valley all have more or less of such road and will doubtless make ap plication for hard surfacing the same this fall. la Marion county, north of Salem, I estimate 70 per cent of the Pacific Highway SO per cent ready for hard surfacing. However, a close es timate is impossible at this time be cause no action has been taken by the Highway commission determining the character of the hard surface to be ap plied on the roads. I presume specifi cations will be prepared later for the two prevalent types of pavement now n general use; namely, Inthulitliic and cement concrete. The latter type can of course be laid much Inter in the season than the former, as it would be less affected bv the fall rains. Outside of the valley there are few counties in the state that are prepared either physically or financially for immediate hard surfacing improve ment, so that tae problem will be to get enough roads ready tor hard sur face when the law goes into effect. The means. for building the post roads referred to in this law is provid ed by the "Bean" bill, which is now a law, and their construction need not await the outcome of the bond bill, but by co-operative action on the part of the state and the V. S. government mav now be designated and built at once. J- H. ALBERT. THE MARKETS '.V . - - The following prices for fruits and vegetables are those asked by the wholesaler of the retailer, and not what is paid to the producer. All other prices are those paid the .pioducer. Corrections are made daily. Every thing seems to have settled down to a price level as there are no changes today, excepting in butter and fat, both having dropped one cent over night. The egg market continues firm in Portland as the impression is that stor age has commenced at the present fig ure. Experts in market conditions are of the opinion that storage of eggs will begin at the present price and that the market will not drop to the low figure it did about a year ago with the ad vent of warm weather. Of course, this is but an opinion. Grama Wheat $1.25L30 Oats, new 4550c Barlev,. ton $34(a)35 Bran .: $28.50 Shorts, uer ton $32 Ha?, cheat $810 Hay, vetch $1011 Hlfy, clover :. $1011 Butter Butterfat 39c Creamery butter, per pound , 40c Country butter 3032c Eggs and Poultry Eggs, trade 23c Eggs, cash 21c Hens, pound lo(gi7e Roosters, old, per pound Bo Pork, Veai ana Mutton Pork on foot : 12(S12'Ac Veal, according to quality.... Il(il2c Steers 68c Cows 45Vfec Bulls 4(V5e Ewes Be Lambs He Wethers 79c Figs and Dates Figs, 36 12-oz $2.60 Black figs - 10c White figs He Golden dates - 13c Dromedary dates $3.75 Vegetables Cabbage 6c String garlic 710c Potatoes, per 100 pounds .... 22 l-4c Parsnips, carrots and beeta . $1.29 Green onions . 40 Artichokes $1.10 Lettuce, California, crate $2.25 Onions 7c Celery $1.101.25 Tamale husks, lb ' 10c C.ttnliflnwer 2.50 Brussels sprouts 12e Turnips $2 Fruits ' Anpleg . 50c(o)$l Oranges, navels $3.003.25 Lemons, per box 3.75ri4.00 Bananas, pound 4 l-2(ffi5c California grape fruit .... $.1.50 Florida grape fruit $j.506.50 Pineapple . 8c Honey $3.25 Cranberries Cocoanuts Retail Prices Creamery butter Country butter $1.15 45c 40c North Howell Notes (Capital Journal Special Service) .orth Howell. March 12 W. II. Stevens was in Salem Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Waltman are vis iting relatives in Seattle. C. K. McKl wain and wife aie keeping their house diriug their absence. Mr. Morey. our h-honl dad, was in Portland last week and pun based two i-I.H-k and a couple of lamps which he has installed in the school rooms. The pupils are rdamiinii auoth er entertainment to finish piivin for same. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Coomler Uase a '.)ii(t'' party at their hoine lat !at urdav eve. A jollv good time is report ed ' ' ' ' The biif eirculur saw that has become famous tor its noise producing facili-1 ties was ana in .ailed into service Sat urday evening to celebrate the fact that Clarence Morgan and his bride' (Miss Faith Landers) bad returned from their honeymoon. They were also called out for another "treat" Sun day eve. C L. is a big hearted gener ous fellow and says he has plenty of peanuts, candy and cigars for every body. E. C. Wiesncr has purchased a nice span of Belgian colts. He is more proud of them than he is of his auto. North Howell is getting famous for good horses. Joe May haviii" also recently se cured a nice young team. Orchardists tYiil Try "Dust Spraying" A new way of spraying, one that has attracted much attention in New York, will bo tried out this spring and sum mer. It is known as dust spraying in stead of the usual liquid form and will be given a thorough test nt the orchards of the Oregon State hospital. The spray ing will be especially for apple scab, brown rot of prunes and all vegetable diseases. It is claimed for the dust sprayer that it Will require only one-fifth of the time and will obviate tho -necessity of carrying water which was one of the burdens of liquid spraying. . Prof. H. P. Barnss of the Oregon Ag ricultural college, was in tho city Sat urday conferring with C. O. Constable and making arrangements to continue spraying experiments that have been under way during the past year. Eggs,, dozen 25c Sugar, cane $8.45 Sugar, beet Ss.iio Flour, hard wheat $2.10$2.40 Flour, valley $1.002.05 PORTLAND MARKET Portland, Or., March 13. Wheat: Club $1.00 Red Russian $1.56 Bluestem $1.(4 Fortvfold $1.01 Oats, No. 1 white feed $:l,75 Barlev, feed $1)8 Hogs, best live $14.10(al4.35 Prime steers $9.50(5)9.75 Fancy cows $8(t 8.50 Calves $10 Spring lambs $1313.25 ' Butter, city creamery 38(5, 19c Eggs, selected local ex. 20(0 20 '.c Hens 20c Broilers 30c Geese 12(il3c. FARMERS PRODUCE CO. I Bitceessors to MicKennnm & Co. The highest cash price paid for eggs, poultry, veal, hogs and hides. Hens for the next 3 days 17c hides 17c to 20c. 160 S. High i Phone 10 NOTICE OF IMPROVEMENT Of the Alley in Block 47, City of Salem Notice is hereby given that the com mon council deems it expedicat so to do, and hereby dcclaies its purpose and intention to improve the alley in block 47 of the city of Salem between the north line of Ferry frtreet and the south line of State 'street at the ex pense of the abutting and adjacent property by bringing said portion of said elley to tho established grade and paving the same with a Portland ce ment crushed rock concreto pavement six inches in thickness, in accordance with the plans, specifications and esti mate for the improvement of said portion of said alley adopted by the common, council May 15, 1910, which are now on file in the office of the city recordor, and which, for greater cortainty and a more detailed descrip tion thereof are hereby referred to and made a part hereof. Tae common council hereby declares its purpose and intention to make the proposed improvement above describ ed by and through the street im provement department of the city of Salem. By order of the common council. EARL RACE, City Recorder. Date of first publication of this no tice, March a, 1917. 3-16 NOTICE OF IMPROVEMENT of the Portland Road Notice is hereby given that the com mon council deem it expedient so to do, and hereby declares its purpose and intention to improve that portion of the Portland road between tho north end of the pavement on the Portland road and the west line of the Oregon & California Railway company's right of way at the expense of the abutting and adjacent property by bringing said portion of the Portland road to the established grade nnd paving said portion of tho Portland road with a two inch bituminous concrete wearing'. surface eighteen (18) fect in width laid on a redress of tho present maend am rounaauon, in neeoruanee wun me plans, specifications and estimates for I16 ifprovement of Raid portion of '8"d street, adopted by the common council on r-enrnsry in, Jw, now on ,filG in the mcc f tne city recorder, which for greater certainty and a more detailed description thereof are hereby referred t and made a part hereof. The common council hereby declares its purpose and intention to make tho above described improvement by and through the -street improvement de partment of the city of Salem. By order of the common council. EARL RACE, City Recorder. Date of first publication of this no tice, March 6, 1917. 310 The Daily Capital Journal Classified Telephone and Business Directory A Quick, Handy Reference for Busy People Telcphoos EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL Salem Eketric Co., Masonic Temple, 127 North High Main 1200 PLUMBING, STEAM FITTING AND TINNING T. M. Burr, 1(54 South Commercial street '.....; Main 19i TRANSFER AND DRATAGE Salem Truck & Dray Co., corner &tJkte snd Kront strt?eta lain 74 FOR EXCHANGE FOR EXCHANGE 12 room house in three apartments and basement. Well located on nice corner, with paved streets, on car line, 4 blocks from state house grounds, now bringing good income. V ill consider exenange for smaller house with barn, or lot large enough for barn, close in. Square Deal Realty Co.. 202 C. H. Bank bldg. tf MISCELLANEOUS - FLORA A. BREWSTER, M. D Neu rologist, nervous ana chrome diseas es a specialty, so yrs. experience wiw dm ps. Biireorv and .d rustless methods. Examination free. 712 State St. Phone 1350. H. STEINBOCK JUNK CO We pay 65c per 100 lbs. news paper and mag azines. Highe'st prices for hides and pelts. A large stock of logan berry and fence wiro for less than half price. Phone 808, 302 N. Commer cial. tl FRXTTLAND NURSEKT High and Ferry Sts. Full line nursery stock. Italiun prune a specialty. Nursery la cated one mile east of penitentiary. Address K, 0, Salem, Ore. Phone 100 F21. CHIROPRAOTIO SPTNOLOGIST DR. O. L. SCOTT Graduate ot Chiro n'rncfic.'a Fountain Head. Davenport, Iowa. If you have tried everything and got no Telief, try Chiropractic aninnl nrliustmenta and Bet well. Of fice 400-7-8 U. a. .national nana building. Phono Main 87. Residence, Main 828-R. ' UNDERTAKERS WEBB & CLOTJGH CO. C. B. Webb, A. M. Clough morticians and funeral directors. Latest modern methods known to the profession employed. 499 Court St. Main 120, Main 9888. RIGDON-EICHARDSON CO. Funeral directors and undertakers, 252 North High street. Day and night phone 183. ' BCAVANQER SALEM SCAVENGER Charles Soos, proprietor. Garbage and vefusa of all Kinds removed on monthly contract! at reasonable rates. Yard and seas pools, cleaned. Office phons Main 2247 Residence. Main !!272. MONEY TO LOAN ON Good Real Estate Security TH03. K. FORD Over Ladd & Bush bank, Salom, Oregon MONEY TO LOAN Eastern Money a.t Lowest Rates, on approvcg Security. Homer H. Smith, Room 5, McComack Bldg., Salem, Or. INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATB CHAS. B. HODGKIN General Insnr ance, Surety Bonds, real estate and rentals. Hubbard bldg. Phone 388. tf STOVE REPAIRING STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED 50 years experience. Depot National and Americas fenci Sines 26 to 58 in. high. Paints, oil and varnish, etc. Loganberry and hop hooks. Slflom Fence and Stove Works, S56 Court street. Phone 124. QSTEOPATH DRS. B. H. WHITE and B. W. WAL TON Osteopathic pnysicians and neive specialists. Graduate of Amer ican school of Osteopathy, Kirksville, Mo. Post graduate and specialized is nerve diseases at Los Angeles oollege Treat acute and cbronie diseases Consultation free. Lady attendant Office 505-506 U. S. National Bank building. Phone 859. Residence, 640 North Capital street. Phons 469. WATER COMPANY SALEM WATER COMPANY Office corner Commercial and Trade streets Bills payable monthly in advance. LODGE DIRECTORY MODERN WOODMHN OF AMERICA Or gon Cedar Camp. No. 6246. meets every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock la Uc Derby-Lai ky bldg., corner Court and High' streets. J. F. Day, V. C, J. A. Wright, Clerk. 8ALEM LODOB Na. , a. F. ft A. M. Stated communications first Friday Is each month at 1 :m n. m. In the Maaonl' Temple. Fred A. Mclntire, W.li.jSX Buiver, secretary. CENTRAL LODGE, No. 18, K. of P. Derby building, every Tuesday evening of each week at 7:30. Loyit T. Rigdon, O. C, W. B. Gilson, K., of It. and S. i f II TOTTED ARYrSA.TB Capital Atmmblr, No. 84, meets every Thursday at 8 p. m. in I. O. O. F. hall. A. A. Gueffroy M. A. C. A Viboert secretary, Grow Drug atore, 338 State itreet. a. a D. w. TTotocttoo Loam n. Meets every Monday evening at 8 la the UcCornack ball corner Court ana XJbarti Btrects, L. R. Mason, M. W., S. A. MclfaldeD, recorder; A. L. Bowa, financier; R. B. Duncan, trauurtr. SALEM HUMANE BOCIETT D. D. Keel, president; Mr, i.ou Tillsen, atcretarw. All cdsei ot cruelly or sealect of dunk animals should be reporte4 t tk secretary tor laTeiUratioa, DB MOLAT COMMANDER!, Ne. 6, K. . - Regular conclare fourth Friday la r month at 8 o'clock n. m.. In Manonui Temple. BoJurnlnf Sir Knights ara courteously Invited to meet with m. Glen C. Niles, E. C.j H. B. Thielsen. recorder. . . HCVDSON COUNCIL, h. 1. H I 1 at vuitea assemDiy nrst uonaay m aaea month, Masonic Temple. 1'. A. Marcus Thrice Illustrious Master; Glen C. Nlles, reorder. SALEM COUNCIL NO. 2022 Knight aa l.aoies or necurity-Meeta every 2nd aa 4th Wednesday each month at Bunt Hall. Visiting members are Invited t attend. H. t Waltan. financier, 480 ft. 14th Street PACIFIC LODGE No. BO. A. 1. A. ML Stated communications thlrtf Krlday In each month at 7 :30 p. m. In tha Masonic Temple. W. H. Dancy, W. M.I Blraent H. Choate. secretary. WOODMEN OP THE WORLD Meet every Friday night t 8 o'clock in Derby bldg., Court and High Sts. A. J. Swcinink, C. C; L. S. Geer, clerk, 607 Court street. Phone C93. R. N. A, "Oregon Grape Camp" N. 1360, meet every Thursday evening in Derb and Lafliy building, Ctourt and High streets; ; Mrs. Sylvia Sehaupp 1971 Market, oracle; 'Mra. Melissa Persons, recorder, 1290 North Commercal. Phone 1436M. I TRAVELERS' GUIDE fcf Li aL b tp T r i ! I P V p , OBEOON ELECTRIC BAILWAI CO. NORTH BOUND Lv. Halem ' Train No. Ar. Portlaaa 4:85a. m. ... ... 2 Owl ...... 6 :65 a. at. 7:15a. m B.28a.BV 9:45 a. m 10 Limited. ...11 :85a. as, 11:20a.m. , 12 .. 1:35 p.m. 1:50p.m. ........ 14M. 4:O0p.at. 4:00 p. m 18 Limited ... 8:80 p. m. 5 :30 p. m 20 T :40 p. as. 7:00 p. m 2i 10 :00 p. nv - SOUTH BOUND POBTXAHD-TO IULEK Lv. Portland 1 6 :30 a. m. Baler 8 :85 Eugens 10 :58 a. to. 8:30a.m. ... 8 Limited .... 10:11 a. av 10:45a. m 1 ....... ,12:88 p, ak 2:05 p. m 9 4:10 p. to. 4 :40 p. m. ... 13 Limited .... 6 :40 p. nt 8:05 p.m. 17 Local ..... 8:10 p. dl 0:2Op.m 19 . ... .. . .11 :20 p. at 11:45 p. m 21 Owl 1:85 p. aa. MOSia SOUND Lv. Corvallla Ar. Ralaat 4 :10 p. m 20 6 :0 p. a. Lv. Eugene. Ar. fialaa 7:B5a.m 10 Limited .... :4Ga.aL 1:55 p. m 18 Limited ... 4:00 p. to. B:26p.m 22 ., 1 :68 p. to. 12:05 p. m 2 Owl 4 :85 a. M. .. 2 Owl ... SOUTH BOUND Lv. Rnlem. 1 :55 a. m. . 10:15 a.m. Lv. Salem 12 :B5 p. m. Lv. Halem. 4 :15 p. m. Lv. Halem. 8:49 p. m. Ar. Bugea .. 21 Owl ..... 6 :50a. to. ,. 6 Limited ....12:20pm Ar. Albaay ...... T 1 :50 p. to. otopt ah Corvallla St. Albaay , S :10 p. to. Ar. Albaay .. 7 :85 a. to. Ar. Eugene ..... It 8 :50 b. to, COBVALL1B CONNECTION NOHTH BOUND Lv. Corvallis. Ar. Bale 8 :25 a. m .... 10 ....... 9 ;5a. a. .... 14 1:45 p. to. .... 18 4:00 p. to. 20 6 :30 p. to. .... 22 7 u5 p. . 12:12 p. m. 2:41p.m. 4 :10 p. m. 8 .18 p. m. SOUTH BOUND Lv. Salem. 10:15 a. m. 4 :15 p. m. 12:55 p. m. fl :40 p. m. Ar. Corvallis ..11:83 a. n ,.. 6:86p.to .. 2:20 p. to. B . 9 . , 7 II SAUiM-Gmta Lins. :00 p. to No. 71 Arrives at Sutem . . . . No. 76 Leaves Salem No. 75 Ar. Halem mixed) ... No. 74 Leave Salem ....... No connection south of Geer. .9 :1B a. m. .9:60 a. ra. .2:00 p. ra. 8 :05 p. to. FUnm, Falls Citi and Wbstibn No. 161 Lv. Salem, motor . ... .7 :00 a. to. No. 103 Lv. Salem, motor 9:45 a.m. No. 105 Lv. Salem for Monmouth and Atrlle . . , . 1 :0 p. m. No. 167 Lv. Halem, motor 4:00 p.m. No. NISI Lv. Salem, mot; .....6:15p.m. No. 230 Way Fr't lv. Salem. . . .6 :00 a. m. No. 162 Ar. Salem 8 :30 a. to. No. 164 Ar. Salem 11:10 a.m. No. 166 Ar. Sulem 8:15 p. m. No. 168 Ar. Salem 8;00p.n. No. 170 Ar. Salem 7:45 p.m. No. 40 Way Fr't ar Balm.... 2:30p.m. WILLAMETTE KIYKB ROBTB Orennn City Transportation Company '. Bonn leave Salem foe Portland Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 11 a, . ; an Tuesday, Thursday and Suturday mornings at 6 a. m. ForOorvallla the boats leave ' ?XJlJ$t ft ana puiurtmj oats leave Port- each morula.