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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, MAR. 25. 1916.
E. L. Stiff &
One $25 full ouarterprl fill
beveled mirror, used price 39.00
One $:5 Sideboard, used price ...... $1250
One $8.50. Kitchen Cupboard, good as new,' used '
price . : .,.' 34,00
One $35 full quartered combination Book Case and
W riting Desk, can't be told from "new $18.00
Refrigerators .-; ; ; 3300 Up
One $12.50 full quar. oak ladies Desk l'ike'new $6.00
One $25 Circassian Walnut Dresser (large) used
One $:!5 full quartered oak Buffet iike new," used
Other Buffets $10 00
One $22.50 plank top 6-ft. ext. Tabie, 42-in.' across,'
only jj qq
One $8.50 full quartered oak Rocker, very
One $12.50 full quartered oak Music Cabinet . . $600
.One $:8 fumed oak China Closet, can't be told from
new ; $18.50
One $:!8 full quartered oak extension Table . .$22.50
: One $:!8 full quartered oak Buffet $22 50
One 8-3x10-6 Velvet Brussels Rug $9 00
Cook Stoves $400
Heaters '.'.'.'.!'.'.'.'.'.'.!'. $U)0
Iron Beds $1.50
Thousands of Bargains too numerous to mention.
El Paso Wants War
and Wants It Bad
(Continued trom Faga One.
seven United-States troopers tlirou'li-
out the night following the raid.
The reports caused considerable sur
prise at the liendqunrters of the Third
brigade here. It was declared that the
Villistas struck from a point only a
few miles east of raloiuas. Mexico,
where C-enerar 'Pershing established1 his
first base following the invasion of the
It was also admitted that the Amer
ican line of communication between the
scene of the Villa chase and Columbus
is in grave danger if the reported num
ber of Villistas raiders proves true.
Senator Pall at El Paso.
El Paso, Texas. Mar. '.". t'hreaten
ing a senate bombardment to force a
clean up in Mexico if the American ex
pedition were withdrawn before it cap
tured Francisco Villa, Unit 'd Mates
Senator A. B. Fall today dc'lnvo-.l no
person from the border country had
been allowed to tell President Uibon
the real situation.
''The Ttresitlent h:ls refnsoit tit sp.t 11
, , .. 1 ;. V-..-" - ' 1 vi-Miiig ar Funeral services at
delegation o such representative men the home at 10:30 Friday m.'.-iiin-' in
ns Ted Hough on, ray au.l u others ferment in the Hubbard cemetery rPre
f,' 'e 11!',,,,l,r!,luU; ntty." '''"-! extended notice next week ' lou
ed Fall. '! hey made the appointment, r..st fiatnrdnv afternoon' Mrs F
u week ,n advance to g,v, , an op-1 Pnnk entertained a number of the 1
portunity to learn he real siMaf. n tie friends of her dangbter Cat ler e
from bonier men But they ,.,- , ),nnnr of . , irtl,;1V""V
rivec m W ashington they w,re .iitorm- , had a fine time with games. Wilnei Mc
ed that the president had ma le an-, Renzie, sister of Mr! Pook of Port
other pressing engagement witlout no- Inn(, a5sistoil in entertaining and sery
t.fying cretary lumulty Vliat was , refreshments. The gue ,.
the closest any of the border men. ex- Op., .,.. Rr,.. , ' V , . ' -cent
Duval West, ever m.r to the exec,,. . 1 ' V- ' :f.rU " ll!'!m:V.A,",
the. President Wilson , .iv.,1 ,,,!.;
inal Gibbous, however.
"The president may iiae been ob
taining his information from liars as he
said, but the liars did not come from
the iiio Grande district. I do not in
tend to do anything to embarrass the
administration while lam here.''
Mexico City, Mar. 25. Reports of
Carranzistas having gone over to Fran
cisco Villa were officially denied to
day at yueretaro, tnc temporary Mex
General Alvnro Obreiron
that trouble might develop through con
tiiiucd presence of American troops in
Mexico. He said the de facto govern
ment's enemies on both sides of the
border were trying to force interven
tion, and that he hoped Villa ni!l be
speedily raptured, so mat the I'nited
states soldiers could leave the conn-
The western Chihiuihiu. Carraiuistas
who ere reported to have engaged ;
i la in a battle were being reinforced ;
t;.... T- w
.-nn r raiirisco. .iur, .). Itawanans
may be rushed to the Mexican border.
according to persistent rumors iu mili-'
tary circles here today. Several of- I
firers on leave of absence have been or
dered to end their vacations .in.l nr.,.!
cecd to the bonier at once. Hospital!?! !
mirgeons are being sent from Letter-1 V11"'! na" '"'!-'iin sinking slowly,
man general hospital. ' sl' plunged to the bottom a torpedo
j'us liuni lied from one of a number of
Plan New crvance t!" ,"r'fJ, ,,,l"'' Uiuu' P U'ek.
San Antonio. Texas. Mar "5 iiier-1 iV1"-'!""1"' r,'l''1 a "ol(' in
ieni, expeditionarv trp, i Mexico are VP'""'1 "Xt' ,".':,t '''"I'pearcd
planning a new ndvancl "w ! , Z" the ""ti','', '!" "'rPe ,"i""",8
Mexican National railroad fro , H T'"' ,'r',t .''"ned .".nn men, although
Paso to Chihuahua City, f was earned I ! "reT"' "Tv WW, ''"'V "V""-
t army head.piarters today Tlie ue of ' 1 t- u 1 i Kl'la,1,""1 U!!,t
the Mexican Northue.rer,; I. , ;! ! ,',"n. Jo,!,'1'11. ,".r","'1 ' I""-
This is taken to indicate that mtli
tary men believe the chase after Fran
cisco Villa will be extended.
Ma jor General Fred FuiMtoii is most
anxious to obtain permission for army
applies to be shipped over Mexican
1)r clean cut
- cuke tins. and pic
.tins".. ... 5c each
k' f 111 fVnn i at t-J 1n
E.L. Stiff & Son
Quick Sales and Small Profits '
We Sell the Famous Orb en de
Luxe and Orbon Ideal Ranges
The American vanfrnnr.l !,
i than 2.".0 miles from the border, and the,
oiiucuiues or Keeping the a nay sup
plied bv sendiiiir motm- tpit.-l.- ....... i i
has been greatly increased. L'se of 'the
, railways is considered imperative.
P. J. Bontrager, of Woodburn, paten
tee of a stump puller with a pull ennui
to the president of the U. s was in
town Tuesday conferring with business
-Mrs. J U. Tulley has received word
from her daughter. Miss Mae Pulley,
who accompanied Mr. and Mrs. O. k!
Voder to l.n Junta, Colo.. savin.r thev
had a splendid trip and like 'the coun
try. .Mrs. Matilda Rodgers returned to the
home of her daughtei, tfrs. Fred Stick
ney, est of Knbbard last Monday aft
er spending a month in town. '
Mrs. II. H. Bradford and Miss May
Cotidray, who have spent the put sev
eral months at the home of Mr. r,nd
Mrs. I I.. Ilcrsliberger, left Saturday
William J Crittenden, after 'in ill
ness of several months, died at the home
of Ins son. C. M. Crittenden. Wednesday
.Z "B' ':"lo ltershberKer
I'.VIl fleet. Lliciln P...1.1., L i:....i. .i
lleidrich. tameron S-noIl. Irene V, t
Pint" "IS' ill'lvin ud Ray
-v ,-r. i a trick s party was given o
Da nieU a'th ir f T I ,,,e "' 'lT' tnient today from
TuTl . " "PSt Mf HuM.ar.1.! America.. onsul ,l,d, S. Armstrong at
for t e n ,''V,tl.h'll- ilecora.e"! Bristol, England. Thirtv three surviv-
0,f!,S1"."- Ms"-'. ilancing nnd 'ors were landed ut a British port. Arm
p ines ttere enjoyed until a late hour ! strong did not mention the time or
i. iiim-mim W'lu en., ... I... .1. '
uosress assisted by. Mrs. J. II. Friend
and Mrs. A. 1.. Whitney. The music
was tarnished by Mr. Bass and Elmer
- .uner. iiiose present were Mr
Mrs. Fred Stickncv r, .'."., '" '
v. noirney an, I daughter Dorothy M
and Mrs. A. I.. Whitney. Mr. and
Hass and family. Mr. and Mrs .1 i'
Friend and family. Mr. and Mrs. Panel
and family. Mr. and Mrs. S T Ihiiiels
and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred (iarroti
and, baby, Mrs. .T. J. Shrumff ,l
uaugarer, .Mis. ,1. K I ot. Afr (; l. i.
ton i y I in. i.. ...
daugiiteV. Mr" , Mi ''c
Wilson. Miss Grace Marskev. MisVl ice
Pendelton and Mr. M P,,ther and sons
'Americans Go Down -
With Uiannel Boat
(Coatinnerl from pag one.)
coui.i ne Piacea alioir. cai.tnre,
Liner Was Tomedoed. f
ii- i - ... ,. . . i
ens , 1 1 ! ' r'--' "ur.
he ; ' ; f ,, ,a, V"h-
ine turpeiloinj of tlie Dominion bner
i.-r,,i' i ,. .:
- r u""""k iauicuuu
The following prices for fruits
and vegetables are those asked by
the wholesaler of the retailer, and
not what i3 paid to the producer.
All other prices are those paid the
producer. Corrections are made
. No changes wore worded in the mar-'
ket this mornhitr. Vm-v lirrl.. nli..f I'
being sold and the price varies a few
. . ..w ......nm- lw Uiiiuv. t-iiS U1C;
t'irm at P cents cash and H cents j
wu-.v Muu loui.- uciaruci in. a'orr -
land are buying frcelv. holding the
price to its present level.
Hay, timothv. per ton 1.(S)lfi
Oats, vetch $14.00
Clover hay $12.00 1
Wheat 75c '
Rolled barley :
I Shorts, per ton
Creamery butter, per pound .
Country butter ,
Eggs and Poultry.
Eggs, candied, Xo. 1, cash ..
Eggs, case count, cash
.. Z(t 14c
Koosters, old, per pound
Spring chickens, pound
Pork, Veal and Mutton.
Veal, dressed lOffillc
I i uin, unfancu 11C
1-oru, on toot 8(5 S 3-4c
Spring lambs 7c y 7 l-2c
Steers 5' l-2c(S6c
i Bulls 3cQ3"l-2c
r.wes . 5c
Wethers 6 l-2c
Lambs, grain fed 7 l-2e
Cabbage . $-2.riO(53.00
TnmatnflS. l''lAri.lfi nn.l r'nUn i7: AO
j String garlic 15c
tuiaiocs, cwi $l.ol $t.( O
Brussels, sprouts 10c
Broccoli ; $1.5
Radishes ; 40c
Green onions 4()c
Green peppers : 20c
Green peas lfl(5 15c
Egg plant 20c
fVlerv posn A. 1 r.
Apples. Hood River
Walla Walla spinach
Lemons, per box
California grape fruit
Florida grape fruit
.n.uj.tg .................... ..................
Eggs, per dozen, fresh Tanch 20c
Sugar, cane $7.85
Sni'or beet .... . . .. AT
Creamery butter 40c
ilour, hard wheat $l.u01.80
Flour, valley $1.3C
Portland, Ore., Mar. 23.
Club, juifi'JOc .
Bluestem, ' IHictfi $1.00.
Red Russian, taoizvxcsb tnir-i-ure
Outs: No. 1 white feed, $2UKI(ii
Barley: Feed, $27.50
Hogs: Best live. $!i.lil((Mt.20.
Prime steers, $s.liO.
Fancy cows, $7.25.
Spring lambs, $10.f0(fi 10.50.
Butter: City creamery, jir.
Country butter, SOfi.llc. '
Eggs: Selected local ex.. l!l(Ti2lc.
Hens, l(i(? 10 1 2c.
Broilers, 20(7 22c.
Geese, 10ft lie.
.,. ..r i. . ....... t.
The Americans aboard the Foolish-
'man. not reported saed, wer Peter
McDonald, horse foreman, Boston; P.
i I'.iickley and M. A. Burle. horsemen,
'addresses unknown and (leorge McUou
jnld, trimmer, of Lawrence, Muss,
j The dispatch from Consul Armstrong
'at Bristol said:
I "The Dominion liner Englishman has
been torpedoed, but the time and place
are unknown. Thirty three survivors
ihave ben brought into a northern lii-.t-j
ish port so far. It is believed the total
; number saved is fiO. More are report
ed possibly rescued, leaving a shortage
of IS, Four Americans were aboard.
Their names are not included among
tne Known rescued. The Knglishman
transported horses for the Northwest-.
erti Ti-u.Iin,. .in,i.t- V...B V..-1. r.
' ft ' "-"I'" ii,' , O'in. Jl
was not on government business."
Secretary Lansing anticipated fur
ther reports but if
Saw Toruedo Comine.
Paris. Mar. 25. Three Ann-h. mi ng.
sengers on the channel steamer Sussex, '"8 bicycles that a confession was se
dtunaged by an explosion agreed today cured from them implicating Adams in
that they iw her torpedoed according1 the theft of tho tools. When tlie McK'
to a telegram from John II. Hearley, rath boys were in ettstody the chieO
I'nited Press stuff correspondent, who searched the premises that they had
was aboard. Elizabeth Baldwin and been occupying with Adams and found
her father, Americans, of Philadel-. the tools iii question. Adums has been
phia, are missing. j doing a !)0 flay sentence, in Port Or-
chard. Wash., and his time will be up
Body Recovered. ' March 2S. Chief Welsh will leave to
Dover, Lag., Mar. The body of a. morrow for Port Orchard to take charge
lielgian passenger who perished when of the prisoner,
the channel steamer .Snmex was dam-
ag.l by ii. explosiou was brought here
, ,,. , ,.
t r i 1 K"":h-r:. tavatmn
f'1,r,;'r""!"1 s .out eo,.
I'b: e, and w,r. ,,n t ,i. .inmi u:i
' ; " n in
Cost of Living Is Soaring
The cost-off ftving.is. eiirabiiig hky
wptds. War prices are beaming an ec
tunlity. Wages are goiiitj up i i the
prosperous eaot. but not in proportion
ro the increased cost of living.
Every storekeeper, every num-hunt
every manufacturer, is in receipt of. no-
ticcs Irom the. pil.l.er and troin the mai.-
uracturer o fa raise in price of the ajtj-
cles handled and declaring off. all pruv-
ions quotations and refusing to quote
i on either price or delivery
uuiiui tuiri, XII'IU lilt; SlCC
trust down, is behind iu orders anil can
; "o- piumtn
delivery. The' rail
roads have not cars enough to handle
tlie birsiness and there is a country-wide
complnint on car shortage
The clothiers will snow" voii notices
trom Neiv lork and Chicago of an rid-
i vance of 12 to 2o per cent in cost
sI'ri"rT fabrics. The dry goods merchant
",101V !'9" notices of still greater
advances in suits and dressi-s-r-with
sll!"b's running to green the experi
, , " "!
American (Ives nut mvmy ..-rv
, i ,. .. .. , . v .'creates uigu prices, even under norma
good satisfaction, and nothing guaran-. conditions, under our present imperfect
, , . , ' and crude industrial system a device
lhe hnidware man will show i.!of tlip capitalistic svsten. to benefit
V -r cent IT"",- ' hmulrf: "J, : capital. The revival of industry always
i. .... . .i . I'. "'v,vi' 1 means more worK tor labor, slight art
hi -f .ivlL cl- !r,0V,'KarJ! .""''"'K.vance in wages and larger increase iu
Li. Ton t'::" .'""line cost of living. It is accompanied
, p t. , I amu vict I I Iv ill
supply houses tell the same stonv-in
iact, evervthuiir that contuins -in..
copper or iron or other metal used in
war munititens has increased enormous
ly in price.
Everything that contains analine dves
has soared in price since the German
supply was cut off. Paint has gone up
and red paint is prohibitive, a $3 can
is now $15. And white lead and zinc
cost more, and Unseen oil and turpen
tine and even the can that contains it.
has gone up for the can trust is mak
ing cartridge clips.
The printer is hard hit. All quota
tions arc off on ink and paper. , It is
almost impossible to secure yellow, red.
blue or other colored inks at 300 per
cent increased cost and even black ink
is mounting. . Paper of all grades has
gone up from 25 to 200 per cent. The
scarcity of bleaching chemicals has giv
en all the newspapers a yellowish tinge.
Fertilizers have increased 100 per
cent in cost. If the farmer gets more
for his crop, the profit is eaten up in in
creased cost of phosphates, nitrates and
manure. The Genua., nftrates are cut
off. The Chilean beds are not yielding
Ocean freight has quadrupled "and
vessels arc carrying munitions and sup
plies. Days of Blazing Heat Fol
lowed by" Wintry Blasts
By H. D. Jacobs
(I'liited I'ress Staff Correspondent.)
Field Headquarters, Mexico, March
-i. Ihis period will go down in his
tory as the American army's
vwmer oi iu.-- After' more than a
week of blazing hot days and cold
nights, a cyclonic wind swept down off
l. a: -x. i , .. 1
me K-uerni .Maurcs io tno west, cany
ing sleet snow and sand The men suf
rereu rroni com,
hilt imiri. frn.i. H,
sand. Loose silt
siftn.l tlii-,irl, . t,.,.tu
.iu miKgugo ami iiiipregnnreu tlie food
Soinetimes it was impossible to see ten
feet on account of the sand. The wind
started yesterday noon and is still blow
ing. With dry weather prevailing detach
ment are operating to the South and
southwest moving rapidly. There has
been nn communication with them
some tune on account of the inability
of aeroplanes to fly in the strong, shift
Colouia, Thihhm and Mormon villages
nearby are furnishing the soldiers with
chickens, preserves, candy, tortillas and
chile. They get good prices for every
thing. The colony is a preTTy little
villagu of brick houses, surrounded by
little apple, plum and peach trees with
flowers blooming and children still go
ing to school.
One youngster referred to Villa as
"that old devil."
A general postoffiec has been estab
lished, toirf'thcr U-iMi n llnsnillll irir,n
Transportation from the bonier is work-
:.. I , ..i . -
nig line. loosen uuu mines are in
good shape. The men are cheerful but
restless to get a chance nt Villa.
COURT HOUSE NEWS
A requisition for extradition papers
for Charles Adams was issued today by
Governor Withycombe for the return
of Charles Adams to this state to stand
,rlul "" " ' '""B" ' nurgiary noi irom a
'dwelling in the circuit court of Marion
County. AccOrdinf to the crimimil in-
trial on a charge of burglary not from a
county. According to the criminal in
formation in the affidnvit of Chief o
Police J. T. Welsh, Adums is Implicated
in the theft of some carpenter's tools
from one Ben Kumler. The nffidnvit
recites further that when the McKIre
boys were arrested on rliuree of stenl-
W. C. Cauntt, of Stavton, has filed
t . - - . .
". ! PT"".. oun':'n". "' c'ii-.v
'if in repouiiciin nomiuaiion ior tne
office of county school superintendent.
He i.romises an honest and efficient so-
. n . .
p,-i isoiii 111 Hit m'liiniiH
Dr. Ross T. Mclntirc, who fives hia
W VILLA'S PRAISES
The druggist has uji awful tale of
woe. Everything iu the dnijf store c.-'s
mure. All the chemicals -and drugs start
ed up in price with the war, and ha
kept on climbing and will continue to
climli tin til the normal, conditions i
supply are restored.
The eatables and necessities of lit',
are higher. Flour is higher. Sugar has
,,,. ,, 2 a luu pounds. Meat products
are higher. Almost every line is affect
ed, tor the war has thrown the commer
cial world out of p.joint and demoralized
commerce. Higher cast of production
means higher cost of con-sumption and
the people pay the cost.
To these increases, caused directly or
indirectly by the war. must be added
the iui'reases caused by human greed
and monopoly taking advantage of the
situation. The high price of gasoline
is a sample of this greed.
Prosperity, or the wave, of over-production
which always follows hard
times, or ine wave or miner-production,
. .,,..... r.
, liir ovnnilkimn awtl inf nr a I,
'' ,t .:.) e j .. .
urallv create a nerind nf dnnreusinn In
take up the slack.
. The cream of the prospehity. as is al
ways the ease, is skimmed by tho spec
ulators and stock and bond owners. A.
these are comparatively few, a period
of "prosperity" always increases the
prosperity of the few." The dividends
on (Standard Oil outweigh flic incren
cost of labor or materials of production.
The same is true with the railroads, and
all great industrial corporations, espe
cially the mushroom munition plant).
Xone of them feel Me pinch of the in
creased cost of living.
The bulletin of tho National City
bank of New York thus summarizes the
Prices uro being pushed upward, but
profits are uneertuiu to manufacturers
miles sthey have covered their require
ments for raw mnterinis. The industries
working upon war supplies have been
drawing labor from other lines and nf
fee ting the entire wage situation, Th
rise in wages in tho cities also at'trac'
men from the farms and threatens' t.
make the problem of agricultural help
more acute. Ordinarily periods ot
prosperity 'stinmlato immigration, '
no relief from that source is possible
while the war lasts.
residence as the Salem hospital, has
filed his petition announcing his candi
dacy for the republican nomination
for the office of county coroner, and
promises to givo an economic, impartial
and business liko. . administration if
elected. His opponent will be A .l
Plough, the present incumbent who "filed
his" petition some time ago.
The Marion count, grand jury will
begin its session for the April term of
the circuit court Monday. A number of
important matters are to be taken up
though the term promises to be a short
one. One of the principal items of in
terest will be the consideration of the
Fairgrounds ticket scundnl. Hex Turner
and Clove Sinipkins were indicted joint
ly on a charge of conversion of public
money to their own use but the indict
ment wan knnclfoil ,mf In ..: :.
,,,. ,M ,Nr -iriin
. eourt and the matter wus resubmitted
It,. !. ,
ine giaiiii jury.
.Tudgo Onlloway yesterday issued a
temporary injunction restraining the
enforcement of tho .lrii,i., u i....
------ niiuiEi in t-uiiiuit
! cldSI II g law ill l.itin ciiimlv TIm'u ..nil,.'..
Puts the Sunday closinir law nut ,.e ,.nm.
mission in .inn oounfv fir tl,,. t;,.
! Sunday closing agitation under
iiii .mi 1-IUUIlU OI ISIIl
ring in I .in i. county fur some time. Bil
liard and pool hails, cigar stores and
numerous other stores were dosed nnd
considerable feeling was running riot
when a l.clninoit l..il.i. .
f ... " "iresieo
I for selling a can of pork end hems
! nti Siiiiilni' n...l .1.:.. 1.- I... .,
""" "MMigni , ne turmoil
to a heail. Alen claimed th it i mii'i iiad
no right to sell a can of pork and bectis
it: his fellow merchant coul l it if NeM K
cigar to the same man t i sooth hini
after the meal. Bakeries and coni'cc
tionnry stores may now remain open on
Sunday until the case is finally set
tled. Virgil .Tones, who has been in the
county jail for the past two moi.ths on
a charge of living with a wonm. not
his wife, was turned over today to Sher
iff E. C. Stanwood, of Columbia coun
ty, where .Tones will be taken for tnal.
Jones was arrested iv Shc'ff Lsdi ;:
Waeomln where he hail been living nitl.
one Alary Jerbeck. I'h -y came to Vi n
conda from Columbia connly when. ,f is
al'eged thai they I i i for ,,1K. .;,,'.
before getting marii'iT. -Vheii arrrf
ed Jones exhibited a in.irr.t.ce ic.f.fi
cate two days old '.vhidi Siafe, IK,
he and Mrs. .Tcrbe-ck had been miitcd
in holy wedlock
J. B. Knight tod-y filed an npoTiin
tioa to register title of lots ii and 7,
block '2, .Me I wood addition to Niloci
in tho circuit court.
An order was issueit by Judge Oni
loway today in the case of I). A. Vogt
against the Abnqua Lumber company
authorizing tho receiver, W. A. Taylor,
to turn over certain machineery to '
Leschen & Sons Hope company. This
machinery was purchased from the
rope company and they offered to tn
it back at the purchsHe pdice and cm
eel a note against the company fin
5,ls 17.02. 1
An inventory and appraisement wi
filed in the probate court todav in tl
matter of tho estate of Minnie b
Caiilcy, deceased. Tlie real property is
valued at :i.0uu by the appraisers 'ami
the personal at ikljuii.sil. The apprais
ers were Homer II. Smith, Clarence
Byrd and Clyde K. Johnson.
The Sunny Brook dair yi now In
charge of its new owners, Walter J.
Looney and Frank Heeves. Mr l.oi.ney
will have the supply of the dairy herd
at Jefferson and supply the dairy di
rect from his farms near Jefferson, Mr.
Reeves will be in charge of the Im-i
ness part of the buainess in Sulcni.
'. Waeonda News
. (Capital .Tournul Special-erv: 'e.'
.Waeonda, Ore.. Mar. 25. Mrs. K. P.
Ilabert returned from rortland Wednes
day, where she has been visiting friends
and relatives for a few days.
-Miss May Patterson, who has ben
staying -in .alem for the pa.-t few
months, visiteil her n.ii-.ita !
j Mrs. II. Patterson, last week. -I
Miss Marie Briggs. or Salem, was the
guest of Miss Teresa Finney, last Mitul'
day and Sunday.
Mr. E. JL Palmer, who has been ill
for the past few days, is now able to be
up and around again.
Those spending the week-end' with
Mr. and Mrs. G. W Thurman were: Mr.
and Mrs. John Thurman and family, of
Ixilverton, and Miss Jiinnie Jeska. of
Mrs. Pearl Herring, nf Portland, was
i tho guest of her mother. Mrs. Eliza
Keppinger, a few days this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Jones were Sa
lem visitors last Tuesday.
The regular meeting of the "Waeon
da Illahee" society was held Satur
day eveuing. It was then decided that
there would be two more meetings, a'
er which ,it would be ndjournel .int.l
next fall. An interesting program was
given, which was witnessed by ieorl
250 people, who declared it n grand
success. The play entitled "The Irish
Linen Peddler," captivated the nii'ii
ence, with its complicated pint. Tin
cast of' characters were: The Irish
tinen Peddler, Carlton Savage; Mollio.
Beatrice Thurman: Flannagau, Archie
Markee; Miss Darling, Eileen Savage;
Mr. Darling, Frank Felton; Mrs. Wade.
Gladys Humphrey. While the other play
"Outwitting the Colonel" was rendered
peals of laughter came from the audi
ence. The "Colonel" being the lend
ing part was very successfully played
by Archie: Markee. The other play"rs
were: Violette Felton, Lawrence
Brooks,."rcresa Finney and Frank Fel
ton, Those- spending the week end nt the
home of Mr. and Mrs. ,T. C. Savage
were: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Whelm: nnd
family, Miss Odell Savage and Mr. Con
rad Jones, of Salem.'
Mr. O. C. Wilson was a Portland
Miss Verna Cooder. of Salem, visit";!
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cood
er, last Sunday.
HAUD TIMES DANCE ENJOYED
The hard times d ince Saturady even
ing nt Prat urn was enjoyed by the
largest crowd yet, and many came from
Salem. Silverton, Macleay and Central
Howell. Prizes for tho most representa
tive characters were won bv Miss Mar
tin, of Salem, nnd II. Welty.
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Minimum chirge, 13c.
FiHt SALK choice tip hop roots. T.
A. Livcsley & Co. Phone 5NI. MarliS
l'OU b'E-N'T 5 room modern house" on
car line. Inquire JtiOl Center St. tl'
HOHSKS l-'Olt SALU 5u.(iu up. W. II.
Kgan, Cerviis, Houte '2. Phone .'ll'll.
FOK UKNT Modem new 4 room house
furnished complete. Phone 7!S-W.
FOR b'ENT A good 7 room house,
dose in. See Luflar & Bolinger, Hub
bard Iiblg. Mar-'o
I'Olt b'KNT Modern 5 room furnished
house. I'iione 1 b'liij. ( all 4!'5 South
I'liK SALK Sipiare piano in first class
condition well preserved. Bargain
50.0O. 77 South lth. alarms
SXAP Modern house, corner lot, pave
ment pit ill near high school. 'J'J."irt.
Phone vveiiings 2 1 IS-J. Mar"."
ID i:X'HA.;lv-A quarter section
timber iu Douglas county for Salem
property. Inquire U5 t'nion street.
FOU SALT Cheap Wood saw, new.
One horse wagon, new. Corner -i-'nd
and Nebraska in Knglewood. Ilun h.
SNAP l!HI 5 passenger auto, good
condition, new tires. $Llli5 cash.
Phone 5IF5. 1 Ii. F. D. No. fi, Box
BP Ii BANK" Si;i:i) POTATOES For
sale. Medium size nnd fine strain.
Route li, Box luu. 75c bushel. Phone
I'OR TRADE Cows for horse, one that
is gentle and works single. P. S.
Wvcoff, Jefferson, Ore. Four miles
I'OI! S..i,E Electric riinhlio.it and rec
tifier for less than the rectifier cost.
Both iu good condition. K 20, enre
FOR SALE Bay mare, H years oil,
sound ami gentle, weight about 1150,
cheap, Call Hit) .V. Capital St., if
I'OR SALE .'! half truck Ktudebaker
wagon. Will trade for heavier wagon,
cord wood or stiiiiipnge. 27SO Lee,
Phono 1322.T. tf
FOR M.i LE Hay mire X years old, and
II year old horse, weight 1250 nn.l
looo lbs. ."Ot S. University street,
near Oak street. Mar27
GOAT AND SHEEP SIIEARrVC By
up to date power equipment. List
your orders nf llem Fuel Yards.
Phone 529. Peoinnnre 1- Frasier. tf
I'Oli KENT Xi'W five room modern
cottage, partly furnished.' Close to
c .r and school. Long lease to good
tenant. H. B. W. Macy, 202 Bank
of Commerce. Phone el 3. tf
WANTED Beef cattle and horse.
WANTED Dry cowa and strippers.
Phono. 1425-M. Apr21'
NICELY- ITRNISHEu Housekeeping
rooms, 359 Center. MarU7
UODSEKFEPINO ROOMS New and
clean. 170 Court street, AprlS
FOB RENT Furnished housekeeping
rooms, 491 North Cottage. Mar3i
OAK, dry asti, fir and maple cord wooI.
Phone 1322-J. W. F. Proetor. AprlO
HOME COMFORT RANOE For sal;,
in "A. No. 1" shape. 2S7 S. Winter
WANTED To rent 7 or 8 room housa
reasonably close in. Addresa N. E. O.,
care Journal. tl
l-'Olt SALE Jersey milk cow, good
milker. A. W. Lawrence. Route 3,
Box 110. Mar23
CAPITAL RL'O WORKS Rugs and
earpet weaving. 371 North High St.
Salem, Or. Aprl3
FOR RENT Two and 3 room house
keeping apartments, furnisiied, 491
N. Cottage. " Mar3l
FOR SALE Restaurant, good location,
bargain if taken by April 1st. R. B.,
care Journal. Mar2j
$21,000.00 Private money to loan on
approved security, 7 per" cent interest.
W. A. Liston. Mar25
FOB SALE 15 acres uottom Und,
south of Marlon. Mrs. E. Tboitaa,
Marion, Oregon. Aprill
DESIBABLE BOOMS Furnace heit,
fine location, excellent meals. Phone
1158-M. 1510 State. AprUZ
ONE CYPHERS INCUBATOR And 3
portable brooders for sale at a bar
gain, mono 79F14. Mar23
WANTED Will pay cash rent for 4 or
5 acres of good potato land. Must
be cheap. Adress Journal C-50. May9
FOR RENT Neatly furnished front
apartments. Prices very reasonable.
200 N. High street. Phone 1993.
GOAT AND SHEEP SHEARING By
np to date power equipment. List your
order at Salem Fuel Yards. Phone
WHITE ROCKS An egj strain of ex
hibition quality. 15 eggs by parcel
Sost for $1.50. Imperial Egg Farm,
oute 3, Salem. tf
SALEM STEAM and Vacuum Carpet
Cleaning worKa. r eatners and mat
tresses renovated. Otto F. ZwieJter.
Phone 1154. AprlS
WANTED First class Royal or Un
derwood typewriter, cheap for cash.
Will cnll and examine machine. H.
E., Journal. Mar27
PRUNE TREES C and 8 foot at 7c.
Oregon Champion gooseberries $15.00
per thousand. Call at office, 357 N.
Commercial. i Phone 250-R. Aprl
DON'T TAKE CHANCES With gum
oais; plant top grafted cherry trees.
Royal Ann and Lambert on Black
Mazzard stock. Harry E. White.
Phone 14F13. Mar27,
SAW MILL FOR SALE 50,000 ca
pacity. His been operated about 13
months. All ready for operating at
present time. W. A. Taylor, Macleav,
receiver). Phone 38F24. Mar3l
FEMALE HELP WANTED
FIVE bright, capable ladies to travel,
demonstrate and sell dealers. $25 to
$50 per week. Railroad fare paid.
Goodrich Drug company. Dept. 513
LARGE MANUFACTURER wants rep
resentatives to sell shirts, underwear,
hosiery, dresses, waists, skirts, direct
to homes. Write for free simples.
Madison .Mills, 590 Broadwav, New
I'OR RENT Modem resilience, close
in. Also a 7 room residence and barn
for $5 per mouth to right party, or
will sell it cheap to a good painter
and takn work for part pay. See my)
nd iu this issue. John II. Scott, over
Chicago Store, Mar23
HOW IS 1 1 Tl S For a bargain? Tea
acres of fruit land, 4 miles from
town, 5 acres apples, ,'i prunes, bil
ance small fruit. Small buddings.
Price $1500. For rent, eight room
modern house. Paved street. Two
blocks from car line. Price $2U.0u.
Square Deal Realty Co., 202 U. S.
BIGGEST SALE ever you can find:
20 acres, 18 to 17 acres plough land,
balance good timber and pasture, no
buildings. On county road. Little
work to irrigato 2 or 3 acres. Good
black garden land. Price $1500, is
worth $3500. I need the money. 21$
miles from Salem. "20 Acres,'" cam
of Journal. AprlJ
PHONE 937 for wood saw.
My home farm of 105 acres lyin;r
along the beautiful Garden road, only
1 1-2 miles east of the city limits, on
two mail routes, very near a good pub
lic school. Soil black rich loum, rich
in hiimas anil Very Productive; well
tilled, good natural drainage, two large
ranch barns in good repair, comfort
able dwelling house, choice hop house
and storage, room, and 23 acres of
English cluster hops; nil necessary
equipments. Two or threo teams of
good horses, 4 or 5 young horses, 4 or
5 cows, some young stock, poultry,
swine and etc. and tools, machinery,
implements to use and to loan.
Fruit and cured meats to last a
family. Prices given to real purchas
ers on personal inspection of property.
If you mean business now is your op
portunity; this property is a producer,
and also a safe investment. Act now.
I have the Humbling Fever, it won't