Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, November 04, 1916, Page SIX, Image 6

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THF, DATT,Y flAPTT4l. .TOT RNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOV. 4, 1916.
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Every Woman Who Is Making a Home
Should answer this question-"How can you feel that you are laying out your home furnishing money to best
advantage unless you see .with your own eyes what this store has to offer you. Come and see the wonderful
values offered here, then you will buy, and save a goodly sum, too. Test us out, compare prices, quality for
quality, for in comparison lies the time test of values. Such a comparison will answer your question in the
name of this store, for we can and will save you money on your purchases-on any goods you may choose.
The Big Store with the small prices .
Solid Oak Dining Table $10
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tends six feet, built en
tirely of well selected
oak, construction the
same that you will find
in our higher priced
z tables, golden wax fin-
ish, built for service and
satisfaction, at only
$10.35
Imitation Leather Couch - $1 1 .85
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We offer you a Couch as illustrated, spring edge, all
steel construction, moss and cotton filling, oak
frame covered in imitation. leather; a regular $15.00
value for $11 AS
$7.95 buys an excellent Oak Rocker, removable spring seat, upholstered in brown Spanish Heather, golden
wax finish, built for service and durability, a real value at the price quoted Y! . ; . . . 95
Exchange Department Your used furniture, stoves or ranges taken as part payment. See us when you
want to trade. ""
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. Sublimity Items
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Sublimity,. Nov. 4. Stephen Weber
is baek from Minnesota after an ab
sence of five months. The approaching
winter evidently made .lum thing of
old Oregon.
Kev. Father Abbot Adellielm Oiler-
matt of Mt. Annel assisted Kev. Father
Luinck during the three days of the
forty hours devotion held Oct. 27-2H.
laud McColloch of Portland, form
er state senator of Baker eouuty, gave
an interesting talk on the issues of the
campaign from a democratic viewpoint
to ine voiers at the i:. r . hall Thurs
day night. After discussing legislative
achievements of the administration in
the interests of the plain people, he
discussed America's relations to (ler-
muny. His audience being composed of
citizens of (ionmin birih or ancestry,
he showed conclusively that relations
btween the I'nited States and Germa
ny could not be improved by the elec
tion of Hughes. Theodore Roosevelt he
said was distinctly pro-aily, his anti
Oerman statements were endorsed by
Hughes and in the event of Hughes'
election he would of necessity receive
a place in tlie cabinet. The crowd henr-
ing Mr. McColloch 'a speech was small!
owing to the short time for advertising;
same ami tne inclement weather. It
was well received howere, and a full
round of applause followed its conclu
sion. Mike Toepfer and family of Mt. An
gel, who have purchased the Willing
ranch, are occupying the Steffes' resi
dence precering the completion of a
house on their purchased property.
We're Exclusive
Agents for
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RUBBER BOOTS
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Rickey News
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Complete Housefurnisher
The
Big Store
With the
Small Prices
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: THE MARKETS ?
The following prices for fraiU
and vegetables are those asked by
the wholesaler of the retailer, atd
not what is paid to the producer.
All other paces are those paid the
producer. Corrections are made
daily.
Potato owners will face a lower mar
ket. Commission men have their ware
houses filled, and no means of ship
ment. Hence they are not buying. This
applies to about everv firm that has
been in the potato market for shipment.
Hence, there is but little buying and
the price is off today.
j Cmunji.
Wheat 1.25U0
Oats, new 40c
I Rolled barley i... $40.00
The butter market is off today and
How the quotations for butter fut is H5
rents anil creamery butter .'111 cents.
Country butter Is according to quality.
One grocer paid -0 cents a pound yes
terday for a small Inland thought it
was not worth even that much. Said
lie preferred to buy the kind that was
worth 11(1 cents and pity that much for
llrau
Shorts, per ton -liny,
clover ..
Hay, cheat ....
Huy, vetch
Hay, timothy, ,
$20.50
$20.00
......... $$10
.in;oon.o('
, .$n$i2
$15u$16
Butter.
Ilutlerfnt 'I"ic
Creamery butter, per pound :tiic
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Country butter
."ifir.'llle
Eggs ana Poultry.
Eggs, caBO count, cash 38c
ICggs, trado 40c
Hens, pound 12V413e
Roosters, old, per pound 9c
llroilers, under 2 pounds 14c
Turkevs 20((t21c
lucks 12(UM4c
tleeso 10c
STATE HOUSE NEWS :
Fork, Veal and Mutton.
rork, dressed 12 l-213c
Pork, on foot g l-29e
Spring lambs, 191(1 1 lA'l ViC
Veal, according to aualitv
Steers ...
Cows
Bulls
Kwes
Wethers
S9c
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4c
... 5 12.
Figs and Dates
Figs, 70 four 0. $2.(10
Figs, 30 12-oz. $2.75
Figs, 12 10-oz 00c
Blnck tigs 9c
Wluto figs 10c
Dromedary dates 3.75
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That we roast our own Coffee. We have Four
big sellers
ECONOMY .. 25c . -
SPECIAL 30c
GEM 35c
IMPERIAL 40c
WE SAVE YOU THE MIDDLEMAN'S PROFIT
Bear Us in Mind
When you need flour. FISHER'S BLEND and
ART, with a tremendous reputation back of it for
quality.
Canned Goods
Quality first. At prices other stores can't match.
Fruits and Vegetables
The variety of everything in season.. Why not see
us about it today?
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Vegetables.
Tomatoes, Oregon 80c
Cabbage 40
Cucumbers 20c
String garlic 10ffl2 l-2c
Potatoes, sweet 8 3-4c
Potatoes, per 100 pounds $l.2(i 1.55
Green onions 40
Green peppers 7c
Carrots, dozen , 40s
Artichokes , $1
Lettuce, local 40c
Lettuce, California, crate $2.50
Kgg plant , 7c
Three fatal accidents were reported
to the state industrial accident com
mission during the week extending
from October 27 to November 2. The
fatulities were: John Tunzat, a railroad
trespasser of Portland; W. M. Duncan,
a thresher of Summer Lake; Waine
Stoneluke, a shipbuilder of Astoria.
The total number of accidents were
300. Of this number 243 were subject
to the provisions of the accident law,
31 were from public utility corpora
tions, 23 from firms and corporations
which have rejected the act, and one
from a tirm that does not employ labor
in hn.nrdvus occupation.
Kdward Ostinuder, secretary of the
public service commission, is in receipt
of n letter from the Nebraska Ruilrond
Commission which states that the car
shortage in .Nebraska is so acute as
almost to paralyze business on both
the Burlington nuTl the I'nion Pacific
rni Iron ds. Three .months study of t!ie
situation by the Nebrnska commission,
according to the letter, has enabled
the commission to do nothing more
thnn tuke care of discriminations.
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Rickey, Nov.. 4. Air. and Mrs. Nile
Hilborn spent Sunday in Salem with
jir. Jliltxirn s parent.
Mr. Hilborn has purchased the Gard
ner place and expects to tuke possession
in a few davs.
Mr. and -Mrs. K. A. Lewis who have
been living on the Gardner place 'will
spend the winter in Salem, and in the
spring move to their ranch at Crooked
Finger.
The Lewis family will be greatly miss
ed by their many friends that they
have made ut Rickey, Macleay mid
Bethel.
Warren Wallace who spent the 'sum
mer in eastern Oregon returned home a
few- days ago.
-Mrs. Davis visited Mr. Davis at the
Salem hospital Sunday.
Miss Snllio Dickman was a Salem vis
itor the first of the week.
lrvin Cnplinger and Orrin Fryshie
spent Sunday in Portland.
Dale Hibborn and M. M. Mugeo spent
the week end at Mr. Mngee's Crooked
Finger ranch.
Mr. R. Mngee sp. t Tuesday in Sa
lem. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Harris were Sulein
visitors Wednesday.
Mr. W. Porter is ill at his "home.
Quinaby News Notes
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Quinaby, Or., Nov. 3. Two weddinus
of interest "to friends occurred this
"ivn n vuiiuiii, , mill HI HIUV
Weiss to Clmrles Snyder anil Miss Olive
Skagg to Herbert ilnrold. Miss Weiss
is the daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Wil
liam Weiss, Sr., and during her few
years residence here has made many
friends. Mr. Snyder, who was an em
ploye of the Ramp mercantile house at
Brooks, but now of Bend, is well nud
favorably known. The young couple
will reside at that place."
Miss Olive Skagg is the foster daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee McCormack
and has lived here since infancy. She
enjoys a wide circle of friends as does
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Every pair Positively Guaranteed
to give wear for every cent you II
put into them or we will refund iH
tne amount in casn mat you ao
not get in actual wear. Do not buy
boots unless they are Ball Brand
boots and get this wonderful guar
antee all the sizes in snag-proof
"Vack" and both red and white
and they sell for no more than you
pay for inferior boots.
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326 State Street Phone 616
Next to Ladd & Bush Bank
Mr. Harold, who is the son of Charles
Harold of Clear Lake. The wedding oc
curred Wednesday at 2 o'clcok, at the
McCorniick home, Rev. liny Stover of
ficiating. Here is a sad potato story, especial
ly for the farmer, if he had a chance to
sell a few days ago and held for high
er prices. The fact is, potato buyers in
nud around about Salem are overloaded.
Their warehouses are filled and there is
J no immediate prospects of shipping. No
I cars are to be had and even tho pros
pects nre discouraging- Hence today tho
; price is off. Several buyers are loaded
1 nod not buying and those who have
'warehouse room are feeling rather eau-
tious with no chance to unload and mi
j uncertainty as to'future prices.
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Wedding Invitations, Announcements
j and Cal'.iug Cards Printed at the Jour
nal Job Department.
Frulta.
(rapes $1.75
Apples
Oranges, Valencies ....
Lemons, per box
Bananas, pound ..v..
California grape fruit
Pineapples
Money
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Cranberries $10.00(i 12.00
Retail Prices.
''88", P" dozen, fresh ranoh.... 45e
Sugar, cane $S.70
sugar, beet $S.50
( reamery butter ; : 45cl
Hour, hard wheat $2.2')(o)3.50
Flour, valley $l.tHt(a2.10
PORTLAND MARKET
Portland, Or., Nov. 4.
Wheat, club $1.41
Kluestem $1.57
Portyfold $1.50
Red Russian $1.43
Oats, Xo. 1 white feed $3t
lVirley, feed $37
Hogs, best live $tt.(W
Prime steers ii.75
Fancy cows $5.25
Calves $7(iS
Spring Innibs $S,75
Hotter, city creamery 35a
In the matter of the appropriation
of a portion of the county road in
Lane county for the construction of
a railroad, the Willamette-Pacific rail
road, with route from Kugcne to
Marshfield, filed its brief today with
the public servfee commission. The
railroad argues that the county court
gave permission to build on condition
the company pays for the road or
builds another. The company says it
has offered $17,000 for the roadway
but that it has developed it only cost
$7.70(1, and it asks the railroad coin
mission to decide how much the prop
erty is worth. It is urged that the
road was not a main-traveled road but
not much more than n cowpath.
The series of lectures to be given by
Willamette university for the routing
season nre as follows: November 20,
"Historical Lies," bv Dean George H.
Alden; December 4, Organ recital by
Prof. Frank W. Chare; January 22.
" Remedies Against Poverty," by Prof.
J. O. Hall; February 2(1. "The limit
Life of Oregon," bv Prof- Morton K.
Peek; March 12, "The Practical Ideal
ist." by Prof. William K. Kirk; April
2, "Meaning and Value of Philosophy."
by Prof. ( has. L. Sherman; April 10,
"Squaring the Circle." bv Prof. James
T. Matthews; April ..10, "Chemistry in
Daily Life," by Prof. Floriau Von
F.schen.
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Outfit
$41.50
This outfit consists of
this Grafonola No. 35
and twenty selections
(10 10-in. D. D. records)
The machine is a large,
beautiful model, with
cover, and is a perfect
instrument for the
home. Has the same re
producer as on the $200
model.
November Records
Now on Sale
$5.00 per month
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