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About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 12, 1919)
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. Inti UArlTAl jHURNAL. SALKH. OREGON.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1919
CHOP VALUti) AT
a cereal much
manufacture, Increased nearly 30 per
cer.t ln the total Droduotinn a;..
prohibition legislation. The nesch ,
pear crops enow big gains in bothl
,1UB 0er X8l8 app,
production fell off. as did the produc
tion of oranges.
.he winter wheat crop totalled 731
636,000 bushels, showine
of more than 100,000,000 bushels over
1918, when production, was 566 093
000 bushels., '
Frocluct.on In sprlne wheat flmn.
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SURM OF DOUGIAS
After makine an inspection of the
ped off, the total market bnln n i .v. :-... . n-.!...-.
ool,000 bushels, as comDarwl with .
S56.339,000buShels in TsTg Bend " th9 North Urap,,ia !
The 1919 winter wheat W was "8ineer Slrickland. of the state en-
valuei at Sl.t4MU.MI and spring fit "t i 8a,em
whoat aaa v 8 where he will make a report concern-
uifi uoin me nisuer s cena Hue tnu
Ins the cost of installation of the plant
I and entire system. Roaeburg Review.
Health Cainnaka For
: Christmas Season
that at Rock creek as possible sites
for a municipal power plant for a new
12 The total
pOi la.nl la., ui u. ops lot
,,, l4.092.740.(kiv, u. y.op i-
iorting board of the agriculture de
partment announced today.
The wheat crop was.yalued at $2,
018 622.000, with an acreage of
2A3,000 and a total production of 940,
ST 000 bushels.
The price per bushel for wheat De
cember lwaa $2.15 and six tenths
"he total production of Wheat for
1118 WfcS II.MB.UUV uuou!i
- a. a .nM ot-nn 1r va.lued at S3.- . . ... ... .
. -me - - . oonas. wun accruea interest amount- ., v, . .i .,i v ,,.m ...
4.4.000 with a totaa proaucuon, t0 neariy ,3600 golng begginK ' n ,
Rice production, which totalled 41
059,000 bushels, was far in advance
the 1918 harvest, which was 36.- ,"L? , V. .
nnft hhi. ..." .local water and light system.
On the trip today. Engineer Strick
land was accompanied by Mayor W
Liberty Bond Interest
The entire world, striving to recov
er from the wages Of war. la con
ducting a tremendous health cam-'
palgn during this Christmas season.
Every one ot these United States is
focusing its attention on the great
fight against tuberculosis. Leprosy,
small pox. yellow fever, typhoid, have
in turn scourged the world, but have
been finally conquered. Now tubercu
loma preventable and curable is to
be driven from o tsM
The Red Cross Christmas Seal, now
on sale, provides funds to be use
push the war arainrt the wh
plague. England is also conducting -
tuberculosis tight. For the first tlm
Include winter and
8 Hamilton and City Kngtneer Floyd j history she is making a great a'
Awjllhllff PiniTf!arilc'ana returned in time for the Baleml thls d'sease. Even China is awa
.',futU. v'flllUttUla ' 0fficia t0 catcj, the afternoon train Her first health fair has been he'
San Francisco, Dec. 12. More than north. Prior to leaving, the engineer sponsored by American women. Its
J41.000 worth ot first liberty loan .. -m,M w & rnnrt eover-1 mnklnr a great tight
When the war opened. i-Tsnce
tuberculous' soldiers into her sanr
tnrln.. driving out civilian patient-
The naturtil result was the fearful hs
. n . n ten Ann iitmnAiFi. . .. . . . . i
or ''"V---;-"7her lmDortant lor "r , . o ln. v ks. The two engineers spent most
Figures tor some otner important Berve bank of San Francisco .The bank !,.,, . . ui.
crops were: ... ' v . ias had the bonds for over two years, , ccordine to the local men today.iveet of tuberculos's everywhere. Sli"1
HE! production -1 S4.S10.000 buShand is anxious that their owners, who thCCr'n 0 ground 'the war .t is estimated that France
eta Talued at I896.bua,uuu.
Barley, production 165,719,000 bush
-lued at $200,419,000.
Potatoes, production 857,901,000
hwhels valued at 1577.681,000.
Cotton, production 11,030,000 bales
at 1 977.073 000.
. . 1 . una Ann i -i ft.i v. .. t... nn
were loouuu. J-Iivkc, uuncvoi, uoai iv
! Interest, so that persons throughout
were given interim certificates In lieu
of the bonds during the first loan,
surrender the certificates at once In
exchange for the bonds.
me, " I - ,.., . .j ra
during the recent inspections but it nas mimon- " ,T
wa. obtained for a preliminary re-1 Returned sold lor. a fl
sort Mr. Strickland, in the event gassed or bad v wounded, have added
1. toVot, tw ! rnunoll on to the
multitude of victims ot
Cotton eea, proaucuon ,oo,vuu
,inMl at' t36S.840.000.
Tl-. .,.r nroducUon 1.627.696,-! the Twelfth federal reserve district
JHJOI- nub I V1JI ..rf!f:...l
r , '.no value given, BnowniK ,wuo .tc uumms ....v..... v,v,.
k. BBoreyase over tha 1918 production, should communicate with the federal
CoTwaa 1 621.800,000 pounds. reserve bank in order that the ex
- oroductlon 6,396,860 1 change can be made at once and the
tonsw6rth J687.60.000, as compared
wih 6,848,798 tons in 1918 valued at
$68,484,000. ; m
Peanut producUon fell mt nearly
At the time of the first liberty loan hig reporti WU tnen probably mak9 . white plague.
lira uv..a tv. ..v. ,. tnm.hsr a lh tile
distribution, and interim certificates! r-. WM of
IUWI " ... -
project, for the purpose of detemnn
JOUKNAIi WANT AD8 PAT
Interest accrued on the bonds paid. If
n pnhacrlber has lost the certificate,
the federal reserve bank should be
notified, and, upon request, procedure
a i K..untlnv nlalm f (11 I
ItO OB IOHOWeu III picooiiiiiiB (
Daniel J. Fry, druggist
- - - ivsr
and hundreds of
Different a mMBtockof tteetag-
. ' ' ... j ia Imv kirn that CkrtstmM P""' 'h,ch J". '
have promised yourself that you wou'd get him.
' This store is an excellent shoppuig place forHhe f'
man, if she wishes to select something for a man. A lai ge part or
tomers are women , ; ; , ' "
Gloves . $2.00 to $5.00
Shirts . $2 mo $15.00
Cravats $1-00 to $.00
Mufflers $2-00 to $5.00
Qn,Vs 25c to $2.00
Rath Robes $7-50 $5uu
Suit Cases fn
Cuff Links - 75ct0JnnS
Woolen Vests JJ "X
House Slippers $3.00 to $3.50
. . ui vtprhiivhimallari Shaffncrfc Marx
Tf vou want to give mm BUHicwms V'AW i,nt
Salem Woolen Mills Store
C. P. BISHOP, Prop.
Every Family in Marlon and Polk Counts a Patron.
. AA MA AM JAAAyV 'In
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i o ? an PXtra K00d StOCK Oi www .-t,
tt laid in an ex" 6UV", :-4- frpsh
vi , i r o ---
i vv" air rnces - - bo
CHRISTMAp A1rj ciinnlv vou with everyva" i -
decorated tree. VYe can supply you ;. th the children and grown ups.
51lwiinafinn. v ..... tip wis for DO" rt,cfm' Cards.
Wlni,lHl. " ; " I
lhM thereto. of K.brusry.
was the inspirauon . -
m the trial t t-
strike ia. - h.
,rt found on tM . MUl0
B" IuhTU - rule that
any paper or , . . b, .u.
session , wrtlnent
mlU 1 l " r.mv
tothsUlal- . ,B MklB
tolh. fir bulWU. Wued by lh. strike
Steinbock Junk Co.
WE WANT AND WRECK
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