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Warn Electric Co., Masonic Temple, 127 North High Main 1200
TRANSFER AND DRAY AGE
alem Truck ks Dray Co., corner State and Front itreeti Main 74
IF YOU WANT A BARGAIN We can
sell you a fine modern home on North
Cottage street cheap, for cash. I'ine
large rooms well finished and excel
lent lot. Plentv of riilt; can give
terms on n part of the price. Cn.ll at i
202 V. S. Bank 81. or" phone 47(1.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
ERNEST E. BAKl'R II As RF.Sl'MEO
his law practice at 201 Salem Bank
of Commerce. Telephone number 2fi0
FLORA A. BREWSTER, M. D. Neu
rologist, nervous and chronic diseas
es a specialty. 35 yrs. experience with
drugs, surgery and drugless methods.
Examination free. 712 Stat t. Phone
DB. O. L. SCOTT Graduate of Chiro
practic's Fountain Head, Davenport,
Iowa. If yon have tried everything
and got no relief, try Chiropractic
spinal adjustments and get well. Of
fice 406-7-8 U. S. National Bank
building. Phone Main 87. Residence,
(WEBB Jb CLOUGH CO. 0. B. Webb,
Jl M. Cleugh morticians and funeral
directors. Latest modern methods
known to the profession employed,
490 Court St. Main 120, Main 9888.
IGDON-RICHARDSON CO. Funeral
directors and undertakers, 252 North
High street. Day and night phone
SfODRHN WOODMEN OF AMERICA Ore
o Cedar Camp. No. B248, meets every
Marsday evening at 8 o'clock In Derby
building, corner Court and High streets.
t. Day, V. C. ; J, A, Wright, Clerk,
SALEM LODGE No. 4. A. F. A A. M,
Stated communications first Friday In
Mob month at 7 :30 p. m. In the Masonic
Temple. Frea A. Mclntlre, W. M. ;
8. Z. Suiter, secretary.
A. O. V. W. Protection Lodge No, 2,
meets every Monday evenlag at 8 In the
McCornack hall corner Court and Liberty
street, L. R. Mason. M. W. ; 8. A,
McFsdden, recorder; A. L. Brown,
financier ; R. B. Duncan, treasurer.
CENTRAL LODGE, NO. 18, K. of V.
Derby bnllding. every Tuesday evening
of each week at 7 :30. Loyd T. Rigdon,
C. C. ; W. B. Gilson. K of B and it,
SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY D. D. Keeler,
president : Mrs. I.oti Tlllaon. secretary.
All cass of cruelty or neglect of dum
aalmali should be reported to the
secretary for Investigation.
DB MOLAT COMMANDER Y. No. 6. K. T.
Secular conclave fourth Friday In each
Month at 8 o'clock p. .. in Masonic
Venpie. Sojourning Sir Knights an
courteously Invited to meet with us.
eien C. Mies, E- C. ; H, B. Tblelsen,
A I.EM COUNCIL Ho. 1622 Knights and
Ladles of Security Meets every 2nd and
4th Wednesday each month at Hurst
Hall. Visiting members are Invited to
attend. E. F. Walton, financier, 480 8.
raciric LODGE NO 60. A. f. A A. sf.
Stated communication third Friday
ia each month at 7 :S0 p. a. le the
atonic Temple. W. H. Dancy. W. at,;
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STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
(0 years experience.
Depot National and American fencr
Sizes 26 to 58 in. high.
Paints, oil and varnish, etc
Loganberry and hop hooks.
Salem Fence and Stove Works, ISe
Court street. Phone 124.
DRS. B. H. WHITE and R. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians and
nerve specialists. Graduate of Amer
lean school of Osteopathy, KirksvUle,
Mo. Post graduate and specialized is
nervous diseases at Los Angeles Col
lege. Offices 505-508 U. S. Nat. Bank
Bldg. Phone 859. Residence 1620
Court. Phone 2215.
SALEM WATER COMPANY Office
corner Commercial and Trade streets
Bills payable monthly in advance.
OA V ANGER
SALEM SCAVENGER Charles Soos,
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
kinds removed on monthly contract;
at reascaable rates. Yafd and toss
pools cleaned. Office phone Main
2247. Residence. Main 227;.
MONEY TO LOAN
ON Good Real Estate Security
THOS. K FORD
Over Ladd & Bush bank, Salem, Oregon
HONEY TO LOAN
Eastern Money at Lowest Rates, on
aDDroved Security. Homer H. Smith.
Room 5, MeCornaek Bldg., Salem, Or.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD Meet every
Frldsy night at 8 o'cleck in Derby
bldg.. Court and High Sts. A. J.
Sweinlnk, C. C. ; L. S. Geer, clerk,
607 Court street. Phone 683.
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assembly
No. 84, meets every Thursday at 8 p.
. la I. O. O. F. hall, A, A. Gueffroy.
U. A.; C. A. Vlbbert. secretary, Crown
Drug stsre. 838 State street.
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TRAVELERS' GUIDE J
OREGON ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
Train No. Ar Portland
1:35 l n 2 Owl 6 :55 a
7:15 a m 9:25 a
8:45 a m 10 Limited . . . 11 :35 a
11 :20 a as 12 1 :30 p
1:50 pm 14 4:00 p
4 :0O p m 16 Limited 5 :50 p
6 :30 p as 20 7 90 p
7:66 p SB 22 10 :O0 p
PoSTLiNO TO SALBM
6:80 a m Salem 8:35 Eugene 10:55 a
8:30 am 5 Limited 10:11 a
10:45 a aa 7 12:55 p
2:05 p at 9 4:15 p
4 :40 p m IS Limited .... 6 :40 p
6:05 p m 17 Local 8:10 P
9:20 p at 19 11 :20 p
11 :46 p SB 21 Owl 1 :55 p
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON,
ur A I NfiTIl Kllnil'ti9n in the manner provided by
Of Real Property on Foreclosure
Notice is kMeby given, That by vir
tue of aji execution duly issued out of
the circuit court of the state of Ore
gon, for the county of Marion and to
me directed on the 9th day of June,
1917. upon a judgment and dei-rec duly
rendered, entered of record and dock
eted in and by said court on the 2nd
day of June, 1917, in n certain suit then
in said, court pending, wherein D. A.
White was plaintiff and V. S. Mott
and VVillctta M. Mott, his wife, and
Salem Tile & Mercantile company, a
corporation, The Falls City-Salem l.um-
uer company, a corporation, and r. P.
Smith were defendants in favor of
plaintiff and against said defendants
by which execution I am commanded to
sell the property in Raid execution and
hereinafter described to pay the sum
due the plaintiff of $2100.17, with in
terest thereon at the rate of 8 per cent,
per annum from June 2nd until paid
and the further sum of $12".00, as at
torney's fees together with the further
sum of $17.2;') costs, and the further
sum of $2917.33 with interest thereon
at the rate of 8 per cent per annum
from June 2nd, 1917, until paid and
the further sum of fl'iO.OO, as attor
ney's fees, and the further sum of
$2250.00 with interest thereon at 0 per
cent per annum from June 2nd, 1917,
and costs and expenses of said exe
cution. 1 will on Saturday the Hth day of
July, 1917, at the hour of 10 o'clock
a. m. of snid day at the west door of
the conntv court house in Marion coun
ty,: Oregon, sell at public auction to
the highest bidder for cash In hand on
the day uf sale, all the right, title, in
terest and estate which said defend
ants and all persons claiming under
thiem Subsequent to the first day of
March, '1PM, m, ot and to said prem
ises hereinbefore mentioned and de
scribed in said execution as follows, to
Beginning at a point on the legal
subdivision line running north and
south through the middle of section 23,
7. SO chains south lroni the uuarter sec
Hon comer on the north boundary of
Said section 23 in township 8 south,
range 3 west of the Willamette Mcrid
int. , nmmfi. n I ,.
south .'!-7(j chains along the said legal
subdivision line; thence west 10.80
Chains; thence north 9.30 chains to the
middle of the main channel of Battle
Creek; thence north westerly, along
the middle of the main channel of Bat
tle Creek to a point 20.04 chains east
from the west line of section 23; thence
north 23.73 chains; thence east 19.30
chains to the place of beginning, con
taining sixty three and ninety three
one hundredths (03.93) acres of land.
Also all interest in a strip ot land;
fcrh (40) feet wide oft trom and
along the north line of the forty (40)
acres of land this day deeded to Emma
8. Berry by W. S. Molt and wife, as a
This sale being made subject to re-
4 .10 D m 20 6 :30 n m
Lv Rugene Ar Salem
7:35 m .... 10 Limited .... 8 :45 a m
1:55 p m .... hi Limited 4 :00 p m
6 :25 p m 22 7 :55 p m
12 :05 p m 2 Owl 4 :35 a m
Lv Salem Ar Eugene
1:95 I B 21 Owl 6 :50 a in
10:15 a m .... S Limited . . . . 12 :25 p m
Lv Salem Ar Albany
12:05 P m 7 1 :50 p m
Stops St Corvalla
Lv Salem Ar Albany
4 :15 p m 6:10 p m
7:35 a m
Lv Salem Ar Kugnae
6 :40 p m 18 8 :SO p m
8:25 a m .
12:12 p m .
2:41 p m .
4:10 p a .
6:18 p m .
Salem Ar Corvalils
15 a a 6 11 :33 a m
15 p m 9 6 :36 p m
55 p m 7 2 :20 p m
40 p m 13 8 :0o p in
78 Arrive at Salem 9:15 a m
76 Leaves Salem 9 :5o a m
75 Ar. Salem (mixed) 2:00 p m
74 Leave Salem 8:05 n m
No connection south of Geer.
Salsm, Fills Citt and Wbstbrn
161 Lv. Salem, motor 7:00 a m
183 Lv. Salem, motor 8:45 a m
165 Lv. Salem for Multnomah
and Airlie 1:40 p m
167 Lv. Salem, motor 4:00 p m
169 Lv. Salem, motor 6:15 p m
289 Way Fr't lv. Saleaa 6:00 a m
1B2 Ar. Salem 8 :S0 a m
164 Ar. Salem 11:10 a m
166 Ar. Salem 8:16 p m
168 Ar. Salem 6:00 p m
170 Ar. Salem 7:46 p m
240 Way Fr't ar. Salem ...2:80 p m
WILLAMETTE RIVER ROTJTB.
Orcyo City Transportation Company
Boats leave Salem for Portland Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at 11 a. m. ; and
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning
1st . St. for Corvalils the boats lesve
Xspniag pat ivpunqj ivpaeij. moras
'evenings st 8 o'eloek. Boats leave Port
land for Salem at 6:45 each morning.
Dated this 1 1 tli day of June, 1617.
W. I- NEEDHAM,
Sheriff of Marion County, Oregon
First insertion .Tune 14; last July 12
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned, by an order of the county
court of the state of Oregon, for the
county of Marion, duly made and enter
ed on the 12th day of June, 1917, was
appointed executor of the estate of E.
H. Stcgc, deceased, and that he has
duly qualified as such executor. All
persons having claims against said es
tate are hereby notified to present the
same, duly verified as required by law,
to tne undersigned at fo. 1 1 7 iNorth
Liberty street, in the city of Salem,
Oregon within six mouths from the date
of this notice-
Dated this 14th dav of June, 1917.
PAUL H. STEGE,
Executor of the estate of E. H.
Stege, deceased. July 12
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLTMENT
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned, Sarah E. Biggs, executrix
of the last will and testament of Silas
T, Riggs, deceased, has filed in the
county court of Marion county, Ore
gon, her final account as executrix Of
the last will and testament of Silas T.
Higys, deceased, and the Hon. W. M.
liusbev, judge of said court, has fixed
Monday, the ICth day of July, 1917, at
the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon
of said day as the time, and the county
court room at the court house in Salem,
Oregon, as the place for hearing ob
jections to said final account and for
the settlement of said estate.
SARAH E. RIGGS,
Executrix of the last will and testa
ment of Silas T Riggs, deceased.
R. L. CONNER.
Attorney for said estate. July 12
EXECUTOR'S FINAL NOTICE
To whom it may concern: Notice is
hereby given that the undersigned,
Lewis H. Fletcher, executor of the es
tate of Lewis Savage, deceased, has
this day filed in the county court of
the state of Oregon, for Marion coun
ty, his final account and report as such
executor, and said court has fixed and
appointed Monday July 23rd, 1917. at
the hour of 10:00 o'clock a. m. of said
day at tho county court room in the
nntmA .-mu't InMlSil ill SJlhl COlIlltV Und
state as the time and place for the
hearing ot objections to sucn rinai ac-
oiiut anil for the settlement tlicreoi.
Dated at Salem, Oregon, Jmjs 21,
1917. LEWIS II- FLETCH
Executor of the estate of Lewis Sav
CAREY r. M AKT1 A,
Attorney for estate. July 19
The following prices for frnits
and vegetables are those asked by
the wholesaler of tbe rotailer, and
not what ia paid to the producer
All other prices are those paid the
producer. Corrections are made
Vegetables tumble, while fruits go US,
in price, today. Other local market is
Oats - - 5700c
Barley, ton 0
Bran - 37
.Shorts, per ton $39
Hay, cheat $15
Hay, vetch 15
Hay, clover $13
Creamery butter, per pound 0e
Country butter 3032e
Fork, Veal and Mutton
Pork, on foot 13le
Pork, dressed 17(al8c
Veal, according to quality 8(gl3c
Spring lambs He
Eggs and Foultry
Broilers, live, over 2 pounds
Hens, dressed, pound u
Turnips, bunch 40c
String garlic '- 7c
New potatoes 6e
Pjtatoes, per 100 lbs $2
Green onions 40c
Onions, in tack $1.7."
Turnips, ark $2
THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1917
3fc JfC fc fc 5C 3C 3jc 5 jjc
Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Warren and two:
children, Mrs. J. T. Hunt, Mrs. A.
Wurin and Mrs. J, R. Bedford attend
ed the session of the third quarterly
conference of the If, E. church of West
Salem circuit at Oak (hove. The meet
ing was an all day affair with a pic
nic dinner served under the trees. Dr.
T 14. TH.,',! ..nn.lnntitri the ,.,nif nrnitee
and Rev. Mr. Ingalls, of North Salem,
gnve an address.
Mrs. Billings has returned from a (wo
weeks' visit with her daughter in Port
Mrs. F .M. Moore arrived home from
southern Oreiron Saturday morning,
having been visiting her son and
daughters wno are woraing in me, min
ing districts of that part of the state.
Mr. James (Shields suiiercd quite a
severe injury to his right foot. Satur-
,ln,r wt,ll Ti-nrlfiniT in the timber, A
limb of a tree was blown down and land
ed on his foot. No bones were brokon
but it was very badly bruised and he is
unable to wear a shoe and is quite
Miss Beth Bedfard, who sprained her
ankle recently, is ablo to walk around
and has gone to uuena vista iui a sev
eral days' visit, with friends.
Miss Irene Tapper, of Independence,
came over Tuesday for a week's visit
with her friend. Miss Blanch Gilson.
Tho Ladie sf Aid had a pleasant
meeting with Mrs. Win. Squires Thurs
day. Routine business was transacted.
0n,o oouMnir ,lnnn nnrt dainty refresh
ments served. The next meeting will
be a picnic gathering at tne u. J. iuu
ton. home on the hill back of West Sa
lem. Mr. Whitlock. of Hillsboro, was a
week-end guest at the V. L. VVood home.
Mr. Whitlock and Mi. Wood are old
Illinois friends. .
I Rev. and Mis. T. 1). Yarnes, or in
' dependence, were Tuesday guests at the
! D. Cade home.
The city council met Monday even
ing but owing to the absence of the
mayor and two o'f the aldermen noth
ing but regular busiues swas transact
ed. Mayor Douglass is workinfg in In
dependence and the other absentees
were kept away on account of illness.
J. B. Bedford acted as mayor pro tern.
'ir.. T r. Hunt went to MeCoy Fri
day for a Week' visit with old friends
and neighbors. ,
Mrs- Plank, of Woodburn, visited
with her sister, Mrs. F. L. Wood, and
other relatives in West Salem Tuesday
and Wednesday of this week.
N E Tyler, of Buena Vista, was a
caller at the J. R. Bedford home Wed
Figs and Dates
Black figs "C
Dromedary dates Jf-'o
I'ard dates -!5
Strawberries, local Z
Oranges, navels W.TS 4
Lemons, 'i box '"
Bananas, pound ''i'J.
California grape fruit $3.0
Florida grape fruit o(a;7
Creamery butter 45c
Country butter 40c
Eggs, dozen - 35c
Sugar, cane $9
Sugar, bcot $8.80
Flour, hard wheat $3
Flour, valley $2.802.90
Portland. Or., duly !
Red Russian 82.20
Oats', No. 1 white feed $48
Barley, feed $4.1
Butter, city creamery life
Eggs, selected local ex. 11 lc
Portland, Or.. .Lily ". - OjttLa receipts
Mf, Market slow. Light steers $(t.50(u
10.2.".; heavy nicer $0(a.."ili; cows 7."i0
fSTT)0-, heifers $8o .
Sheep receipts none. Market steady,
best cast of mountain lambs $12.60ta
12.7".; wethers $9.."l; owe $8.
Il, i, . 200. Market stroll".
lleavv $11 :,.60a l.".".; light $L..jOto I
. . . . . .
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Valley News '
nesday on his way to take in the Fourth
at the fair grounds.
Mrs. Lizzie James, Joanna James,
Armetta Wurm, Florence Becker and
Alida Becker arc all out camping.
Dallas Had Costly
Blaze Saturday Night
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Dallas, ,luly 5. Fire of a mysterious
origin which started in the Ladies Tog
gery owned by Mrs. Chas. Gregory,
late last Suturday night damaged the
contents of the store to the amount of
about $10,000. The blaze was discov
ered before it had gained much head
way and this fact alone saved nearby
property, The stock of the Dallas Gro
cery company located next door was
damaged somewhat by smoke and wa
ter but was able to open up for husi
ncss Monday morning. Insurance udjust
crs are expected In Dallas today to ad
just the losses on the stock of Mrs.
Gregory's and the buildings.
Attendance at Examinations Large
A large attendance of applicants for
teachers papers is reported by County
School Superintendent Fred Crowley at'
the examinations held in Dallas and
Monmouth last Friday. According to
reports just tabulated by the school su
perintendent 171 applicants took the
tests in the two cities last week. Owing
to a large attendance of prospective
teachers attending the summer normal
examinations were held in that city this
year, heretofore- all examinations hnve
been given in Dallas. The tests were con
ducted by Mr. Crowley, W. 1. Ford,
Mrs, F. H. Morrison and Mrs. Frerl S.
Crowley. The results of the tests Will
be given out about the first of August.
Dallas Woman's Mother Passes
Mrs. Julia Silver, mother of Mrs.
Winnie Biaden, secretary Of the Dallas
Commercial club, died Monday night :il
her home in Portland after an illness
of several months. Mrs. Braden left
immediately for Portland upon the re
ceipt of the news of her mothers death.
J. E. Grimes Turned Lnose
.1. I'. Grimes the Monmouth butcher
who Wiia arrested in Cortland last week
after a six mouths hunt and brought to
Unllas In answer a non-support churge,
made by his wife who is a resident of
Monmouth, lind bis preliminary hearing
Tuesday afternoon in this city and bis
wife fuiling to appear against htm and
desiring that the charge be withdrawn,
he was turned loose bv the County au
Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Morrison and
family and Sheriff and Mrs. John W.
Orr and family left this morning for a
short fishing trip on the Siletz river.
Dr. and Mrs. Halph Hill of Portland
are guests at the home of Mr, and Mrs
II. (i. t 'amnbell in this city, Dr, nni
was formerly city school superintend '
cut of Dallas.
Dr. and Mrs. A. li. Slarliucli and1
little daughter, Mary, and Mrs. T. H.
Starbiick of Portland left this morning
for a short outing at the beach at .New
port. Miss Lucile Loughary is a guest at
iiium Boflbbl Points
for Quick smooth
fcr pawQ mileage
by Mort Burger
the home of Miss Irene Barrett in Al
bany this week.
J. F. I'lrich, a prominent resident of
Airlie, was a Dallas business visitor
Monday. ! ,
Mr. and Mrs. E, v. Dalton returned
the first of the week from a visit with
friends in Lebanon.
Mrs. Harry Volheim and children left
Monday for their future home in Port
land where Mr. Volheim has employ
ment. Mrs. D. P. Patterson and daughters,
Alice and Dorothy, are guests at the
homes of 'relatives in Hillsboro this
Dr. and Mrs. Zopher Tharp of Rain
ier are in the city guests at the home
ot Mr. and Mrs. (Jias. Gregory. Mrs.
Gregory is a sister of Dr. Tharp.
Mrs. V. S. Loughary has returned
from a short visit at the homo of her
sister, Mrs. E. L. Dadley in Portland.
J. N. Hart, a prominent attorney of
Portland was in Dallas for a short time
Tuesday afternoon visiting relatives
and friends. Mr. Hart was formerly
school superintendent of Polk county
and also represented this district in the
Hen Nichols, an old time resident of
Dallas and one of the first sheriffs of
I'olk county, is in the city visiting rel
atives and friends. Mr. ..ichols is ubout
93 years of age and is very active for
a man of his vears.
PLANT AT TURNER
IS GROWING STEADILY
Turner, Or., duly B. Turner has a
good flax mill doing full service as a
plant. Flax is being shipped here from
all parts of the state, and us the ship
ments increase the plant will expand to
meet the trade. Three carloads of flax
were received here last week from Gas
ton. The flax straw, about -V tons to
the acre, averages about two feet in
length and the fiber was of good qual
Mr. Miller, superintendent of tho
Oakland, Cel., linen mills, while hero
a few days ago, left a contract with Mr.
liausett, manager of the plant, who
sold him all the loiur line flax at $80IJ
a ton and all the tows at $18(1 a ton.
Mr. ttftnsett also sold the (laston flax,
about to tons, to the same purchaser at
the same price. A carload has been ship
pod to Oakland.
People are learning that a little fore
thought often saves them a big expense.
Here is an instance: E. W. Archer,
Caldwell. Ohio, writes: "I do not be
lieve that our family has been without
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di
arrheoa Remedy since we commenced
keeping house years ago. When we go
on an extended visit we take it with
us." Obtainable everywhere.
MOVING TO ETJGTNE
W. W. Cummins, an experienced hard
warp mln renin X , I . . , , , lm, ,...,,,,..,
position with the Oriffin-Bsbb Hard
ware company of this city. His family
and their entire household effects were
brought from Salem on a big motor
truck belonging to the Larmer Transfer
company of that city, making the trip
in six hours and 35 minutes. One of
tile trucks of nnother transfer com
pany, of Salem, brought the household
goods of a taiiiily named Phillips here
the same day from Salem. Eugene
Because, in a straight -distil led gasoline the
boiling points gradually rise in a continuous
unbroken, chain, giving easy starting, quick
and smooth accelera.ion, power and mileage.
Boiling points alone reveal gasoline quality.
Aa tht U S. Bureau of Standard, states,
gravity tells you nothing No mixture, how
ever cleverly concocted and no matter what
its gtavity, can contain the correct, unbroken
series of boiling points.
Red Crown is guaranteed to be a straight
distilled refinery gaulint, the boding points
o( which ferm a continuous chain. Red Crown
it not mixture.
STANDARD 0L COMPANY
"Tht Gsotiti9 of QuaJfy
M. csoate, secretary.