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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
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Bond Bill Asked
As Economy Step
Accedes To Request
Of Support Change
Paul B. ailace, president of the
Hoover Republican club of Salem, his
received word from O. C. Lelter, sec-
The only thing In Oregon from Iretary of the Hoover republican club'
which the taxpayers derive any benefit Oregon asking that the Salem club
without any cost to themselves is good accede to the request made by Mr.
roaus, according to naries iiau 01 Hoover which he withdraws from the
Jtashfield, president of the Oregon , field in the Oregon primaries, May
vnamoer or Lominerce, reierring to t ji,
the proposed constitutional amend- Mr. Wallace has also received in
nent raising the state bonding from I structions to cancel the lecture date
two to four per cent ,to be voted upon0f jjr,, Jennie M. Kemp, who was to
Jlav 21 at the primary election. J have spoken here In advocacy if
"The people of Oregon should make j Hoover, Way 20.
this measure carry unanimously," said j While It is too late to remove Mr.
Sir. Hall. "Good roads build up the, Hoover's name from the primal y
state and the time has come for us to - ballots, which have alreadv been
printed and are being distributed:
' those who had Intended to support
the former food administrator are
given an opportunity to definitely ex
press their attitude for or against any
of the republican candidates who have
expressed themselves on the league
of nations subject, according to Mr.
Members of state and local Hoov
er organization are ,confident that
Mr. Hoover will be a dominant factor
at the national republican convention
any old time and r-ach rarae sees them lnuoii-iij' .-k.rn.a -lUuk oa Miugcr
in better condition" avers the mana-i Alfred N. IMvrce of the M.irion. That
ger of the Saiem club. gentk-raan stowed that party away for
i luncheon in some corner of Salem's
largest hostelry, despite the fact that
her L. Tooze Sr., campaign man
ager in Oregon for Leonard Wood,
is in Albanv on business in connection I The regular weekly business men's
: i i v. . l. lnK tt-ill
The Salem Senators will be called I be held Monday noon pursuant to fcu delegates from the numbers conven
out for practice, Saturday night in an- j torn, it was announced at the officesion had obtained supreme control of
tlciprttlon of the game with the Dallas; of the club Saturday. Who the spejn- I jjarlon dining room. The insur
team. Sunday. The Dallas crew is re- j ers will be was not announced, fur-1 thanked the manager for his
ported as have recruited a half dozen i ther than that an Interesting time Is .., .m.rwwv
foreign players, but this Is denied by 'assured for those who attend. i resourcefulness during the emergency
and denarted on the return irip
Manager Bishop as being a cause for!
set out of the mud. When the good
. road movement was started there were
only 39,000 automobiles in the state,
and now there are 85,000 registered to
"Good roads in one community In
spire other communities to build them
and greater effort along the lines of
advancement should be put In action
at once. The automobile license fees
' and gasoline tax are sufficient to pay
-Interest on and retire any bonds which
may be issued under the proposed
amendment, and the money from
these bonds will match federal aid, of
Tvhlch $2,129,555 remains unclaimed,
as all available funds are exhausted
by being spent or contracted. In ad
dition, whatever would be apportioned
(under the proposed bill before con
' gress, which Is sure to result In Ore
gon having the opportunity to claim
more than 15.000,000 would be lost.
"The cost of good roads to a farm
er Is easy to figure out, but the cost
of bad roads to the same individual is
luird to determine. A farmer living at
Meadow Lake stated that bad roads
cost him 50 cents a bushel to haul out
Tils potato crop, which, of course, Is
ailtlmately paid by the consumer at his
table. Never have the .market paid
higher prices and the farmers want K.
Ket their products to marl;et to sellJ
25 Million In
Contracts aggregating $25,312,759.46
for the Improvement of state highways
In Oregon have been let since the pres
ent highway program was Instituted
April 1, 1917,'accordlng to a tabulated
state Just prepaj-ed by the state hlgh-
way department here. Of this grand
total the state's hare amoun to $18.
011,058.55, the various counties will
h ore in the burden to the extent of
$3,634,595.10 and the government will
contribute another $3,667,105.81.
Under these contracts a total of
4.10.42 miles of paving, 448.64 miles
t macadam and 988.7 miles of grad
ing have either been completed or is
now under way.
May 17 Is Date Of
First Game Played
In Twilight Series
An Important meeting of the Cherry
City Husetmll league was held last
evening at the Y, M. C. A, conference
chambers. Representatives from
Ha user brothers, the state hoitm,
Valley Motor company, Anient Woolen
Mills, PpnuklliiKH' mill and the Y. M.
C, A. were present.
The league was formally organized
tind a definite schedule of games map
ped out for the Beason, which opens
Monday evening, Slay 17.
All mime will be played at the Wil
lamette field, on each Monday, Wed
nesday and Krldav evening. The pub
lic Is cordially Invited to attend these
"games, which are without admission
The opening gnme will be played
between the fust nine from the Spnuld
ln mill and the well known Salem
Woolen mill team. The team lineups
will be published nt a later date and
lncude ninny first class players of the
. great American game.
C. K. Knickerbocker is secretary of
the new league and James
West Stayton Woman
Was Resident Of This
County For 40 Years
WesVStayton. April 15.-Mrs. Eu
nice T. Butler, who died here May tl
and was Interred Thursday at the
Union Hill cemetery, came to Oregon
from Iowa In 1880, locating at Silver
Creek Falls where she resided for S3
years. In 1915 she moved to West
Eunice T. Flngsley was born in
New York, August 18. 1841, and in
1867 was married to Oliver S. Butler.
She is survived by her husband and
three daughters, Mrs. J. E. Wright f
Salem and the Misses Bella and Al
zine Butler of We'st Stayton.
She leaves a sister, Cornelia Klhk
endall of Iowa, and two brothers,
Merlll Pugsley of Woodburn, Jasper
Pugsley of Minnesota and many other
John Gray, Here
On Visit, Passes
JOHN ORAY 123456 .... 6 ...
John Gray, age 75, who came to this
lty a week ago from his home at
Cottage Grove, to visit his dnughter,
Mis. V, M. Gregory, 1735 Fulrmount
avenue, died nt her home suddenly
Saturday morning. Mr. Gray had JuhI
Arisen from bed, dressed and fell over
(lend. A weakened heart attendant to
old age Is given as the cause of Mi
Mr. Gray was born near Augusta,
Maine, August 12, 1844, and has
made his home at Cottage Grove for
the nnst 41 year. , -1 ff,
Two daughter. Mrs. Fannie 1.
Oregory, Snlem, and Mrs, Nettle Un
der of Sn Francisco, and two grand
children, Herbert and Vernle Hailn-v
of this ciiy, mourn his death.
The body Is being held at the par
lor of the Rigdon Son companv.
Ariaiitjemeiiis for the funeral ha7
tint yet been made.
Drugs Caught 'At
, Portland, Or., May 15. What Is
said to be the largest seizure of nar
cotics In the history of the Portland
police department was mode lute last
niunt at Donald, Oregon, 28 miles
f juth of here. Patrolman Moreland
of the police department and Inspect
or Woods of the Internal revenue de
partment, pursued an automobile car
rying two Chinese to Donald, captur
ing one of them after a long 'chase,
shots being exchanged before thj cap
ture of the Chinese was effected.
Thirty five ounces of morphine, stild
to have a value of more than $16,000
at prevailing prices, was seized. It
completely filled a large suit casj. Jm
8ing. Chinese, Is being held In the
oounty Jail without charge. Tin drug
according to labels, came from Italy.
Funeral For Mrs.
Cora Myers Held
funeral for Mrs. Cora Ethel
41, wife of E. T. m,. ,,
Bellevue street, who died at the fam
lly res dence Friday morning, was
held at the chapel of the R.gdon &
Son company flt 2 p. m. 8nt,,Mnv
"',stow inducted the ser-,
:imgetea,x ,n CUy VleW
Besides her husband, Mrs. Myers' is'
survived by her father. L. P. ui.Zlll
Gus Rosenblatt, of Portland, and a I Portlan()
the practice session. "Just a reguini
piece of routine workout" says Bid-j party of a dozen insurance men mo"j0iossom districts
the, "toe senators are good enough tored to Salem, Friday ana maue
first taking a run out to the
near Liberty ana
Lecture Tour-Ellison-White Lyceum
ExPresident .Win. H. Taft
Salem 'Armory, May 29th, 8:30 p. m.
Introduction by Governor Olcott Music by Elk's Orchestra
Reserved seats $1.50, plus 15f3 war tax
WILL'S MUSIC SyORE
MAIL ORDERS RECEIVED NOW Address letters, make
checks, money orders, payable to Salem Taft Management,
box 283. Include self-addressed, stamped envelope to insure
safe return. . ...
I E C. Clements, post office inspector
iwas in salem Saturday from Portland
; attending to official business.
ImILLHOI SB To Mr. and Mrs. Glen
Millhouse. at their home seven ni
south of Salem, a son, May 12,
father. L. p. Hmiin.
dlstl'let an A
Mr.. Mlmii, new Lr " . r.ier-
dale. . ' "use-
Manila, P. I May 15. The Phllh,
Pine government today seized all rice
In Manila to prevent hoarding by deal
ers. The government has fixed the
price at approximately eight cents a
pound ,to become effective June 1. The
present price is seven cents
JOURNATj WANT ADS BRING "EM
J. H. KLOER'S
hi, i n
Tuesday, May 18, '20, 10 a.m.
HAVING SOLD MY FARM I WILL SELL AT PUBLKJ
AUCTION AT MY FARM LOCATED 6 MILES SOUTH
EAST OF STAYTON NEAR THE MT. PLEASANT
SCHOOL HOUSE, OR 3 MILES NORTHWEST OF JOR
DON STORE, OR 9 MILES NORTHEAST OF SCIO ORE
CON, THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY:
1 Span extra good mules T and 8 years old weight 2000 tbs; 1 black
mare 8 years old, weight 1150 lbs., with colt at side; 1 bay filly, 3
years old, broken to work; 1 bay filly, 2 years old; 1 horse colt, 1
year old; 1 bay pony, 6 years old, weight 850 pounds; 2 fine young
Durham cow fresh; 3 fine young Jersey cows, fresh 1 fine young
Holsteln cow,resh, time of sale; 1 fine Durham heifer 2 years old,
fresh time of sale; 1 fine polled bull, 1 year old; 2. fine Durham and
Jersey heifers, 1 year old; 19 Shropshire ewes, some with lambs at
side; 1 Shropshire ram; 6 head goats; 1 O.I.C. sew with 9 pigs at
side, a dandy; 1 Poland China sow, 2 years old, 3 pigs at side; 2 Po
land China sows, weight 225 lbs., each, with pig; 2 stock hogs, weight
100 lbs. each; 6 tons oat and rye loose hay; 25 tons straw in barn;
1 McCormick binder, 6 ft., cut, good shape; 1- McCoromick mower,
5 ft. cut, good shape; 1 Osborne mower, 4 1-2 ft., cut, good shape; 1
Johnson hay rake, 10 ft., nearly new; 1 economy l-tiorse gas engine
and belting; 1 Bell City Ensilage Cutter with 40 ft carrier; 1 Hero
Grain Chopper; 1 fannilng mill; 1 Superior double disk drill, nearly
new; 1 2-horae riding cultivator,, nearly new; 1 5shovel cultivator;
1 spike tooth cultivator; 1 Merry-Go-Round; 1 reversible disk plow
with 24 and 26 Inch blades; 1 patented hoisti 1 Oliver No. 40 plow
with Jointer; 1 14-inch J. I. Case steel beam plow; 1 top buggy, near
ly new; 1 good heavy truck with top; 1 open buggy, one surrey; 1
3-section Iron harrow; 1 2-sectlon lever harrow; 1 combination spad
er and disk harrow tongue truck; 1 240-egg petaiuma Incubator, new;
1 3 1-4 Iron wheel wngon; 1 3 1-4 wagon with gravel box; 1 3-Inch
Iron axle wagon with bed; 2 hay racks; 1 push cart; 6 cords oak and
fir wood; 1 caldron kettle! 1 30-gallon coal oil tank; 1 50-gallon gaso
line tank; 175 feet new hay rope and doublo Harpdon fork; 4 10-gal.
cream cans; 1 New Power Washing Machine and'Wringer; 3 sets
single harness; 4 sets heavy harness; 2 saddles, lot horse collars; 1
tile ditcher; 250 oak posts and new wire fencing; 1 Power wind mill;
7000 cedar shingles; 1 new No. 15 DeLaval cream separator; 1 new
grass seeder; 2 hand force pumps; Tile shovels, spades, forks, log
glng chains, cross cut saws, maddocks, picks, sacks, churn, pruning
knife, barrels, lumber, heaters, cookstove, linoleum and other house-
iiuiu lurnuure. Hog trough, Tar, water tank, grind
isnoveia ano many other things.
$17.00 Per 100
C. N. NEEDHAM
Salem, 558 State. Phone 400
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LUNCH SERVED ON GROUNDS
Benefit to go Toward Building New Church at Jordon
TERMS All sums of $10 and under cash. Over that amount
6 month s time will be given to parties furnishing approved
bankable notes bearing interest at 6 per cent per annum.
No article to be removed until settled for.
J. H. Kloer, Owner.
Route 1, Scioi, Oregon. Farmers
and Merchants Banks, Clerk,
List your Farm Sales
Death Of Husband
And Wife Separated
By Only Five Days
wHnin ive nays or his wife s death
Oliver 8. Butler, Oregon pioneer,
imssea away Friday night. May 14 at
west btayton. Mr. Butler Came to
Oregon from Iowa, In 1880 and with
the exception of a few year's resi
Oenc at West Btaytoa hnd lived for
over 35 year on the old Butler home
mead at Silver Creek Falls. Mr. and
Mr. Butler had been married for
ver 62 year and It Is believed tint
the shock of his life companion' de
mise wus instrumental in causing his
cieatn. t f
Mr, Butler was a Civil war veteran
and a member of the Oregon O. A. R.
orgfinicntlnn. The remains will be In
terred at the I'nlon Hill cemetery
Sunday morning at 10 o'clock, serv.
Ice being held at the grave.
Dodge, new cord tires in front. Re-
painted, fine shape -$875
1 Dodge, cord tires in rear, A-l
shaPe - $1050
Overland 85B, repainted, new cord
tires, all around, extra fine .
1 Overland 75 $600
Overland, 1913 .................... ...... g2 00
1 5'gal. Bowser gas pump, nearly
341 N. Com' St., Salem, Oregon.
The quarterly conference of the
Church of ratter Day Paints was held'
t l?."fcer Sunday.
Take the place of houst
lining for less.
Max 0. Buren
A Separate Estate or
That will provide an income for your
wife, child, or relative or a charity may
be created by you.
It may begin now, and continue af
ter your death.
As a nucleu Five Hundred Dollars
in cash or Liberty Bonds or good secur
ities is sufficient. Additional amounts
may be added at any time. Such a fund,
not being a part of your inheritable es
tate, your death will cause no interrup
tion of income to your beneficiary.
179 North Commercial
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL "WANT ADSPAI
Election returns will be announced at Grand Theatre on
Friday, May list at Benefii lor Womanys Building at Uni
versity. The Drama League players of Portland appear
in 3 one-act plays. " '.1 '
Cast includes Mrs. Henry Ladd Corbett, Marian Voor
hies, Mrs. Dent Mowrey, Rohsrt Strong, Eileen Brong and
A Few Reminders for the Men
Do you need one or two Items of the List Below?
Stetson and Mallory Hats ,. gg qq to jg QQ
Manhattan, Arrow and Leroy Shirts ' an An to C1 R fill
-: : 35c t0 75c
: -25c A hJ 2 for - 25c
25c t0 $2.00
: e-co nn to S7.00
Handkerchiefs, 2 for 2 for Q ' 1 for 5c
Cravats, bows and four-in-hands - nrn to QK 00
t- : 50c t0 $1.00
": - - - $2.50 $4.00
Just bright shoes .......... ... gQ to fflM
WORK CLOTHES .
Overalls, extra heavy blue denim " 75
Carpenter's .overalls mr. rn to fil
. . :; - - 3.ou
Shirts r?o Krt
YOU DO NOT TAKE A CHANCE TO LOSE D? YOU PURCHASE HERE
Salem Woolen Mills Store
C. P. BISHOP, PROP. ,
EVERY FAMILY IN MARION AND POLK COUNTIES A PATROL
Soft Collars .
" V'TTill I I MwggMjg