Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, November 13, 1914, Page TEN, Image 10

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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OROEON, FRIDAT, NOVEMBER 13, 1911.
"MEET ME AT MEYERS
SPECIAL REDUCED PPwICES ON OUR STOCK OF HIGH-GRADE IMPORTED TA
BLE LINENS, NAPKINS AND FANCY PIECES NOW IS THE TIME TO PUR
CHASE LINENS SPECIAL SALE PRICES THIS WEEK ON WOMEN'S, MISSES'
AND CHILDREN'S MERODE UNDERWEAR UNSURPASSED VALUE-GIVING IN
WOMEN'S, MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S READY-TO-WEAR GARMENTS SUITS,
COATS AND DRESSES AT PRICES WHICH ARE DEEPLY CUT FOR THIS SALE
.'GOOD IRK DONE AT
I STATE SANATORIUM
Tomorrow the Last Day of These SPECIAL SALES
$2.00 ENGLISH COATINGS
EX. SPECIAL, $1,39 YARD
A special offering of splen
did Coatings in mixed color
ings US inches wide an ex
cellent wearing material for
Coats, Suits or Skirts. $2.00
grade, per yard
$1.39
Tomorrow the last day.
$1.75 WOOL DRESS GOODS
EX. SPECIAL, $1,39 YARD
An extra heavy quality of
fancy granite cloth Suiting
splendid for wool Dresses,
Suits, etc. US inches wide
in two colors only, brown or
navy blue. $1.75 grade, per
vard
i'
$1.39
Tomorrow the last day.
A SALE OF EXCELLENT 50c STAMPED LAUNDRY
PILLOW CASES, 11c EACH BAGS EX. SPECIAL, 43c
This sale should attract all
housekeepers. An excellent
hemmed Pillow Case of good
grade muslin full size, 42x.6
inches
lie each
Tomorrow the last day.
MEN'S 50c CASHMERE
HOSE SPECIAL PRICE
THREE PAIRS FOR $1.00
An excellent quality fine
Cashmere Hose full shaped,
in black only, with grey heel
and toe a good grade at 50c
three-day special
35c pair
Three pairs for $1.00
Tomorrow the last day.
An attractive sale that will
appeal to the early Christmas
shoppers Stamped Laundry
Bags, good quality linen
crash, patent fastenings on
the bottom. These will make
splendid yet inexpensive gifts.
pach
43c
Tomorrow the last day.
BOYS 25c IRONCLAD HOSE
SPECIAL AT 18c PER PAIR
Here's the boy-proof Hose
that will please both parent
and boy a stocking made for
rough wear. Will give excel
lent satisfaction.- 25c grade
spe'cial, per pair
18c
Tomorrow the last day.
Salem's
Big Department
Store
Jl y ilcooilcboD s fcsS
The , House
- of
Quality
Report From Dr. Bellinger of
Tuberculosis Sanatorium i
Is Encouraging 1
All Around Town
gllll lllllt SOOII ill HO Veill'S. It Is IIKI-ll'NH
tO SHV tilt! vinit WIIS llllh'll VlljoVl'll hy
nil.
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist in fitting
lassos correctly, i). H, ljn.ii k bldg.
Eugene Kill who was picked up by
Olfi"or Jack W'liito lit Ht evening in an
Intoxicated condition near 12th ami
I'nion streets, plead guilty thin morn
ing In police court nml wus given three
i!ny in the city Jnil or u ftl fine,
Reservations to the Students' Lyceum!
Course .Monday, November 111, lit the :
tlriinil opera liuiimi.
Bnlom Woman's club will meet In pub-
II,. i;i u i.... v i i , ...
j "' 'Ill,') HUl'lllllCr I -ff , m
;.u o cioea,
, ., . , You can't afford to miss such a soa
An auction aula waa held yesterday !, of entertainment t mit the Students'
nt I lie (I. M. Ilnrvoy place nine miles Lyceum Course otters,
Abates polished and mounted,
tier k Keene, 3Ni stale street.
Gard-
tmrthrast of llii' eit.v. All nf t tit live
stock on tiie rnnrli wmh sold to the
highest bidder. Mr. Harvey's sun, (I,
R. llnrvev, wus the auctioneer.
Iloma WotWanh
Of the 11 Institutions and 61 state
if 1'iieis to whom hliinli tonus were sent
out by Secretary of State Olcutt upon
vbich to ins lie their minimi reports ami
Laundry Under ",',llm,('" f,,r ilt-tl appropriations for
new iniiiiiiiri'ineiiti nil win V 11111,11, ni ,.,.,1 . i I lie next liii'ii ii ill I in' i in. I. in onler Hint
a riHh iliiys, Moiiilnvs, Tuesilnvs, Wod-I'1"' secretary of stnte run v eoiuplle the
uesdiiy ' uml Fridays. I'lio'uo 2171. 1 ('"''get of ostiiuiilos for the coming log
F ily washing, 50 eents. i islntuie, only Mil hnvo responded. These
i ' puna nun osiiiiinios me one tomorrow,
the 1,'itli, uml Secretary of Htute (lleott
is sin, ling out "hurry up" notlees toj
i no m iiciiuipicnis tmiiiy
o
Joseph iMilllgan, of Kalaina, Wash.,
itns been visiting lit the home of ,1. 1''.
l'unl.'ip. lie Is mi uncle of Mr. Ilnu.
lap nml is tin' only relative Mr. Alilll-
II 4
Comfortable Reading Glasses
for Winter Evenings
Let me niako you comfortable for
long evenings of reading or embroidery
by mpplylng Reading (llniisee nimlo for
YOUR EYF.fl, Htop those annoying
headache and burning and smarting of
the eyes uniler lamplight, Isn't It
worth while! '
i
MISS A. McCULLOCH,
OPTOMETRIST
209-210 Hubbard Building
Thono 109
Oo to Will's nmlc store or Coinmer
lul book store for season ticket,, to
the Lyceum Course,
I E. F. Brown was today appointed ad
I mioistiiitor of the estnte of the lute
'Hubert Mntr.ko, by Judge Hiishoy. The
estate Is vnlueil lit '.'."iOII. .loliu Manor,
j l-M win IWors mul M. Ileelier were ap
point appraisers. The heirs of the
ileeenseil me a lather ami mother, two
ulsters nml four brothers, all of Hulling.
Mtiimt Minn ulll, l, .,,.....! ......
Ibrolheis lucateil In Wlseonsin.
Home food sale, The Ladies of the:
1'uiteil HvnimcUciil cliuieh will hold a
fund milo tonmrruw, Nnturdny, In tluii
window or the Imperial l'urnituiii store.
Nine planta ongaged in the maiiufac-'
tine of cider nml viiieunr ami the imik l
lug of pickles III this stnte during the!
ureal yeHr emllng dune dll, 10U, repre i
sent ii total aggregate valuation of I
li:i,i.'.Ml In property ami maiiufnctured
a cniuhiiicil tutal of 2,li.'iH,iHio galluusl
of eider which, nt an average of 1,1 1
cents per gallon, was valued at 44ll,
oUO. The nvetnge tutal number uf per
suns given empluvineiit III this Induslrv'
was 1 1 Hi ami the total pavrnll fur ail
plums aggregated H0,MU fur the year,
- o ' j
To the yotom who have not registered
this year at the city hall: You will;
have till Saturday, ,1 o'clock p. m., No
lemlier "1st, to register for the ensuing
election held litvember 7th In the var
ions wards of the elty. Io nut put off
regi'iterlug, hut register now, j
The high water mark for the suilltlng
of elnliiis ami accounts tins been estnli
lished in tiie auditing department of
the secretary of state's office when, for
the month of October, wiirrnutH were;
audited aggregating the tolul of ,'1,1100
wuithiiIh, the largest amount drawn in1
the state's history. The largest amount
credited to any particular department
was H.")2 warrmiU drawn on account of
salaries and expenses of the industrial
accident commission, which reflects the'
rapid growth of tne business in this
department. ",
Svt my window there are some boau-1
lil'ul suitings and the price won't hurt
your pocketluioli, 1). 11, Mosher,
Htnto street,
Governor Wont has drawn up the
qua in ii tint proclnmatioii, In tentative,
form, fur prohibiting the eutruiice into'
this stnte of anlniuls from any of the
I .'I eastern ami miildliMvcsIc i n states j
that are now under federal ipiarantlnej
on account of the prevalenco of the
foot and inuutli disease aiming animals,
but it will not be 'issued nor go into
effect until it has been gone into thor
oughly in every detail tu see that It
cuve's the ground completely for the
protection of the livestock industry of
tnesliite. (luveruor West went to I'urt
In ml this morning to be gone for a
couple of days,
Flno fur sets nt Moiihors nt one half
the price clunged elsewhere.
The employed boys' class of the Y.
M. (', A, meets tonight at the associa
tion for a special meeting and a feed.
Charles Kmiwliiml will deliver an ad
dress to the boys, The junior buys'
football team is scheduled to play the
mute school tumurrow if the weather
penults, The game will be played on
the unto school grounds. The Inst game
between these tenuis resulted in a tie,
II to 0, each team making one touch
down,
Laura Lutse who was lodged In the
woman's ward of the city jail Inst
night charged with being drunk, was
given a I'JO fine or 10 itnyi in Jail by
i'ollce Judge Klglii this morning. Mrs.
l.ntue has been up In police court be -j
furo on thn same charge, Mio was ar
rested last night by 1'olice Matron
Lynch ami one of the officers, ami
tnkeu to the station, Mis. I.utre pro-
teste! her lull lice but the prepuuder'
line of the evidence convinced the
jnilge that she was guilty,
The Balrnn Y. M, O, A, Is making ex
ton-die plans fur Association holiday,
November 1.1, mid hns secured a limn
her of prominent speakers for the e-
cnslon, Moetcliiry Compton was In
I'uitlniiil, and 1'iauhllii I'. Griffith,
president of the lnrtlnnd Hallway,1
Light 1'oiver company, promised to
allow ,1, K, Werleln, special agent or
the ininpnny, to devote the riumlay to
spenslng In Nulcni. Mr. Werleln is a
member of the physical eiiinniittee of
the rortlaiul Y. M, C. A. and was tine I
of the leaden In a recent membersiiip i
cuimmlgii in I'nitluiiil. He will speak I
at Hie CoiigrcgiitliMinl church Sunday
morning nml will address the boys'
tunas meeting at the a.snciation rooms
lit it u 'clock in the afternoon. '
Among tlio speakers scheduled for
Association Sunday nt the churches in
this city, Hurry Htoue will occupy the
pulpit of tiie Haptist church in the
morning and the Methodist Kpiscopal
church In the evening at 7:'.W. Mr.
Htoue will address a muss meeting in
tiie afternoon at !l o'clock at the (hand
theater. A. .1. Kobinson, membership
secretary of I'urthiml, will spenk lit the
I'resbyterinn church. Htaulcy linker, of
Portland, will speak nt the Christian
cliui-L-h nn Numlay morning. A. M. Gril
ley, physicnl itireetnr of the Portland
Y. M, C. A., will speak at I ho Leslie
M. K. church on "The New Conception
of a I'hysicnl Kducntion" Hundiiy iiiorn
iug, and Kdwluil ,Tnllnian, ,lr., of this
city, will talk on "The Hoys' Prob
lem'' during the snn-e services. At the
.liison Lee M. E. church, .Incoh Stoclior,
of thu Willnnii'tte university faculty,
will speak in the morning, At the Cen
tral Cougregiitionnl church, (I. II. (ling
rich will spenk on "The Knur Hipinre
Men" in the morning.
The )u w of supply and demand lins
nothing to do with the mulling of mis
tnkes.
GLOBE
TODAY AND SATURDAY
13T1I EPISODE
of the
TREY 0' HEARTS
WARREN KERRIGAN
In a 8 Reel Drams,
and
A flood Comedy
10c
Coming
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday
CHARLES STEVENS
In
SHORE ACRES
8 ACTS
WEDNESDAY sod THURSDAY
The Qreatost of all pictures
THE LURE
"Everything; possible should be done
to ene.our:ige those who ?oine hero to re
main until all danger to society is past
and every possible effort should be put
forth to reach easi'8 now mingling in
public us a constant menace. Our plain
duty in public service is to remove the
source of infection from the soeiul
body of the state and yet maintain a
discipline of personul hygiene and san
itation that will make the snnitoriiini
tho safest of public places, " says Dr.
(J. H. Bellinger, superintendent of the
tuberculosis siiriitnrinm in hia biennial
ropnrt to the state board of control,
which was received yesterday.
Dr. Bellinger's report fa of a most
encouraging nature and the success of
the frcntment during the past two
years, considering tho serious nature of
the mubidy, has been most fluttering,
The stittistieul report shows thut of the
total number of pnticnts under care
and tiTiitiiient during the past bien
nium, .admitted and re admitted, for
pulmonary tuberculosis, fully 42 per
cent have beea discharged as cured, ar
rested or improved, and this notwith
standing that 50 per rent of the total
number of patients under treatment
for pulmonary tuberculosis wus in the
"far advanced" class.
Many Helped, Borne Cured.
"This institution is looked to as a
source of scientific and practical in
formation concerning tuberculosis ond
I hopo we may bo able to furnish the
people of this state with such informa
tion, so that it will ultimately show re
sults in a lowered death rnto from this
altogether too prevalent disease," snys
I)r, Bellinger. "I nm asking that sleep
ing porches bo provided for employes,
especially the nurses. This could be
done by lowering the third floor, which
is now used as sleeping (punters for
employes, with but smnll expense. It
seems to me that it is an obligation
we owe the nursing staff who have so
patiently administered to the sick here,
and ut the snme time it would net us
a strong point in the education of the
public, to fight iifjainst this grout, white
plague, ' '
Til" iluily population of the institu
tiun has increased from 41 to (10 (luring
the past two years, the greater percent
age of increase having boon during the
past year, and the per capita cost of
iimintcnnncc hns decreased from iM2 to
'10 during the past year in keeping
with the increased population. The
past year, according to the report, also
shows u much' larger per cent improv
ed, arrested nnd cured, though, Super
intendent Hellincir says, "the number
of Inst stnge eases received is still so
high as to give us altogether too large
a number of lenths."
Of the tfiO.OiMI appropriated for
mnintennnce for the bieuninl period
ending December .'11, 1011, but 4 .(iOl .
l.'l hud been expended up to the close
of tho report period, September .'10,
lenving a bnlnnce nf 7,.'IHN.il7 to run
the institution for the remaining three
months. In milking allowance for the
gradual lucroiisc. in popiilatiun, the
stole board of control will recommend
a biennial nppropiintion of SK.SOO for
tho ensuing two years, )H,S00 increase
over the Inst period, and 1(1,20(1 will
be recommended for providing more
space and for repairs uml improve
ments which the sanitoriiim is very
much in need nf.
Dr, Bellinger is much pleused with
the generous treatment he received nl
the hands uf the hoard of control uml
feels that, if the sums reconimended
are allowed by the legislature, he will
be able to inuko a much better show
ing for the ensuing two yenvs.
Kntharyue L. Coupor lias filed a ault
fur divorce ngninst her liusbnud, tieorge
It. Cooper, alias (ieorge H. Tabler, or
Honieo Tabler, in Hie circuit court of
this i on nly, Mhe alleges that he deceiv
ed her as to his being a mini uf means
and a prnpertynwncr liefore their mar
riage and that he even failed to stnte
his right inline. They were miiiried ill
Sale a, .Inly I'll, li. The plaintiff fur
ther alleges that the det'endaiit appro
printed certain property of hers to his
own use of the value of lonii, She is
the widow of (leorgo L, Clarke mid nsks
that her name of Knthiirync L. Clnrkc
be returned.
N. D. Elliott, secretary nnd acting
treasurer uf the Minion county repub
lican central comni'ttee, today filed the
expense account fur the campaign just
closed. The report shows that the sum
uf IIi4.hu was expended, mostly fot
the advertising of mass meetings,
liiiiids, hall rout and the ilistrilmitioii of
handbills, None of the other political
parties of the counties mis filed mi ex
petis.i account to date,
The Studouaker Corporation of Am
erica today filed A suit against Davis
Hens III the circuit court of this county.
The plaintiff alleges that goods, wares
ami merchandise to the value of
tllWO.Ul! were delivered to Hie defend
ant and uf this sum fllO.M'.' yet re
mains unpaid. This amount is i-lainicd
to have been due on January 1, lull,
and the plaintiff sues for interest on
this sum from that date in addition to
toe pilnclpnl and eoiiit costs,
A suit for divorrs was filed In the
circuit (unit today by llessie It, Smith
against Juhu K. Smith, The couple
were married In Kansas ill 1111 1. It is
alleged in the complniiit thnt tho hus
band refused to work after he beeanie
a benedict and that the couple was
obliged to live with the bride s parents.
After the birth of a son, the plaintiff
alleges that her hushaad refused to live
with her, and made his home apart nnd
lefused to come witn the family to
Oregon. She asks for a decree of ah
'iilute divorce and the custody of their
IH mouths old son, John Wesley Smith.
The warrants on Ult roads and high
ways account were lsiie. yestetdny by
the t on nt v clerk and mailed to the
TONIGHT AND SATURDAY
The Picture of the Day
England's
Menace
In Three Parts
A Startling Exposition of The
Terrors of Modern Warfare. With
vivid realism It shows the danger
that Is hovering over London,
and the part that aeroplanes,
high explosives, and beseiging
battleships may play in its at
tack, and capture. Produced in
London.
mutuaFweekly
Great current events of the world
as seen through the eye of the
movie camera.
A SPARKLING KEY
STONE COMEDY
NEW TODAY
SALEM CHIMNEY BWEKP. Phone 19.
WANTED TO BUY Oat and vetch or
clover hay. Phone 47-F-24.
BtIGH
Theater
10cAlways Good-lOc
I'OU BALK I'ukin uud white Judian
runner ducks. Phone 003-J.
TWO vacant lots to trade for a house
and lot. Phone 1376 W.
OLD PAPERS for carpets; 10 cents
per hundred. Journal office.
FOH SALE Young fresh cow, with
calf, fti!) North Twenty-first.
FOR REiNT 4-room modern house, 230
South Fourteenth streets
UHKSSEI) goat mint for sale tomorrow, ji
4 cents pound. Phone 1370-W. -tA
WANTED By experienced dressmaker,
sewing by tiie day. Phone 80-F-2.
THE HOME of "Hot" Chicken
Taniales is Fred's Night Lunch.
FOB SALE Dry second-growth fir
wood, $4 per cord. Phone 224!).
FOR SALE Flanders roadster auto.
Address O. P. tliven, Turner, Ore.'
' FOB RENT Two well furniBhed rooms
for housekeeping, inquire at 401 N.
i C'ottnge.
j CHOICE GOAT MEAT For sole nt
I tho soap works, cheap. 1230 Ferry.
Phone 083.
FOR SALE Dray work horse, weighs
about U'O; will sell cheap. Cupitnl
: City Creamery.
WANTED Work of any kind to pny t
j for board uml room. Address W. CI.,
! care Journal.
claimants. Two accounts, however,
were returned to 'the road supervisor
for the correction of errors, mid these
warrants are not yet out. Tho total
amount of tiie warrants drawn on this
fund is )1(I,H42,5I. The general fund
warrants will bo issued today and
mailed.
Eev. T. S. Mumey, who had a suit
case full of valuable papers stolen from
his buggy while he wus holding a meet
ing at a schoolliouse on the Silverton
road last' Sunday, reported to the po
lice today that he had recovered all the
papers of value. The parties who took
the suitcase were evidently looking for
money, and failing to lind any scat
tered the papers about ou tho road.'
John F, Daws brought sui today in
the i ircuit court against Nels O. Tok
stad, charging in his complaint that
the defendant unlawfully withholds pos
session of a strip of hind seven feet
wide nt one end and 10 at the other i
alonrf the west side of tiie plaintiff's,
property, (in this account the plaintiff i
iineges mat ao is iininageil in the sum
of floO, On account of a previous suit
over the line fence ho claims thnt he
was ilaniiiged to the extent of iflliill ley
tho alleged refusal of the defendant,
Tokstnd, to remove the the fence, uud
Hnws seek iliimnges in the aggregate
of $4.i(l nnd the costs of the uction.
Judge Oalloway, who has been sitting
in Judge Clcetoii's court ill Portland for
the lust week, will return to this city
tomorrow to resume duties in depart
ment No. 2 of the circuit court. Judge
Kelly, of Albany, wus called here today
to hear the applications for finul papers
in the citizenship nscs which were
scheduled to be held before Judge Hal
loway. "
PERSONALS
Mrs. Win. (lulvin, of Tunrion, is visit
ing her parents, Mr. and Airs. .1. M.
Law.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Kichuiilhou, of
liosebnrg, are visiting at the home of
Attorney (lenerul Cmnford.
A. J. Egnu, of llopmeie, is in the citv
on business.
Mrs. II, L, Hcnts mid Miss L. Bents,
of Aurora, were heic yesterday for a
short visit.
John SI. Scott, general passenger
agent of the Southern Pacific lines, is
in the city looking over tho business
situation',
F. Hopkins, of The Ihilles, Is a Salem
visitor. .
FOB TRADE House and lot in Port
In nd for Salem property. I'lioun
loTO-W.
-A
TWO large Jersey, fresh cows ami
cnlvesj will sell cheap. See thuia
milked. 1417 Market,
FOR KENT Small three -room cot
tage in suburbs. Address Rebecca
B. Anderson, (W7 N. Front street.
SLEEPING- BOOM FOR BENT $3.00
per month. Uontlcmnn preferred.
581 North Church street.
$.'10 BI'VS n toO Majestic range, near
ly new; hot water connections good
us new. Mrs. A. C. Sampson, Fuit
vi.'w avenue, South Siileni.
FARM FOR KENT Good U-room bun
galow nnd ten acres of improved
land at Albany, tl") per month. In
ipiiro at 113(1 North High, Airs. Rook
lidge, Salem.
FOR HALE Or trade for good cow, a
surrey, nearly new; undercut, canopy
top, holds four. Call Center Struct
La hi.
WE HAVE grain uml vetch iiay for
sale at the much or delivered win r
re.piireil, (ieorge Swegle, (iaidca
Road.
WANTED Hy lady with two children,
woik in store or office. Must havo
work soon. Address J. 1)., euro Journal,
WANTED Capable parly to teach
young i it ii ii elocution nnd expression.
Lessons evenings. Address F. W.,
cine Journal.
too Itl'YS A FA II M TEAM, harniwi
an 1 good II li -Inch Stiidebnker wagon,
all complete. A. C. Sampson, Fair
view avenue, South Salem.
A CIOOD, STRONG HONEST BOY of
20 kii nts work; must hnvo something
to do immediately. Phone 2300, or
cull room 207, Alasoiiic Building.
notice, horsemen v0 have a
method for relieving lameness; guar
antee cure of navicular trouble. Fair
(Ironiiils Shops. J. 0. Seniles, Slgr.
ENVER PASHA MAY
COMMAND THE TURKS
FOR BENT One five-room modern
bungalow and one four-room houso
with city water, CI. W. Lafler, 400
Hubbard building.
FOR SALE 30 acres, near Eugene, of
garden land; good buildings. On Pa
cific highwny. Terms to suit at 0
per cent. J. It. Baker, Junction City,
Oregon.
FOR SALE 20 acres 3 miles from
Hindi's bank, all in eultivntion; fair
ly good house and barn. Will tako
a house and lot in Salem as part
myiuciit. Innuirc. for John Ninon.
nest Milein, or phono slnl-W,
Athens. Nov, 13. Enver Pimha, the
Turkish war minister, is likely to Hike
the field In person ngninst the ullies, it
was said in iidvicea received here to- I
day from Constnntinople.
Enver is regarded by (ierman nrinv ;
men as one of the most efficient nffj. i
cofa in the sultmi's army, lie is an'
extremely dashing, li'iigiu'tle, eomnmnd-l
er, has mi excellent military education;
on Teutonic lines uml has seea consid
erable service in the Turkish revolu- i
tion, In Tripoli and In the Bulkiin war.;
By the Young Turks he is almost,:
lilolir.cd. With the more conservative
element he is not so popular. He is but ,
uttio more tlinn 30 years old. '
When In SALEM, OREGON, stop at
BLIGH HOTEL
Strictly Modern
Tres and Private Baths.
SATES 7ISo, 11.00, 11.50 PER DAT.
The only hotol In Uia business district.
Nearest to all Depot. Theatres and
Capitol Buildings.
A Horn Awy from Horns.
T. O, BLIGH, Prop.
Both Phones free Auto But.
CANCER
Positively and painlessly removed Id
brief time without the knife or money j
refunded. I
Address, Pr. It. B. Bonner, Box 833,
North Vakima, WaH Dept. J. ;
17
I'OR SALE Complete gnrago repair
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Robert Mntzke, Slate street, between
Coninicreiiil nnd Front. All machines
tools, etc., new and latest design.
Address E. F. Hrown, Independence.
A FIRST CLASH well-secured mortgage
i n H.i acres improved land, near So
I in, running 2 yenrs at, S pe,
iisscsseu vii i r j oi or linul itni.ari.
Amount of mortgage ir32."i(); will dis
count 1 per cent, making It II per cent,
inteiest into. See ,1. A. Mills.
FOR TRAHE A good brick biisiiiesit
block In Eugene, Ore.; good Ii mo
property, Will trade for good farm
la id In the Willametto valley. Will
pny ynii to look this up. AddnvH
P. O. Box 201, Eugene, Ore.
HERE YOU ARE Just what you worn
looking fori 24 acres, .j niile from
school, fenced with woven wire fence,
small shack, well, ,'t acres plowed, S
acres oak timber, tl miles out, price
Hum, f.'illl cash, balance 3 years at
(I per cent. Five acres nciiriy all In
cultivation, 20 rnj to school, store,
depot, blacksmith shop, wnrehoiis,',
lie fare to Snlein; small house, well,
etc; price fsoo, ;mu cash, bnlauco
easy payments. Nearly new 5-rooni,
bnth, puntry, full basement, plastered
lioise, good well water, small barn, 3
lots, 140(1, i.j cash. J. N, llaiiiard,
27j State street,
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Special New Korean
City Restaurant
Bpmish Chicken, Hot Tamalea, ChlU
Con Carna, Chop Suey Noodle
420 Ferry Street
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