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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1916)
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOV. 25, 1916.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
United Slates National Bank
of Business on Nov. 17, 1916.
At Satera in the Mate of Oregon, at the Close
1. a Loans and discounts (except those showo on
I) ami c) 5:J2,2tiU.
2. Overdrafts, secured, none; unsecured, $1,1)04.37
3. 0. 8. Bonds:
a I'. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation
(par value) 31,000.00
Total LI. S. bonds
4. Bonds, securities, etc.:
b Bonds other than U. H." bonds p'edged to se
cure postal savings deposits 18,250.00
'. c Bonds and securities pledged as collateral for
State, or other deposits (postal excluded) or
bills payable . 1.10,308.13
e .Securities oilier tnau u. . uonm inoi niciuii-
ing stocks) owned unpledged
Total bonds, securities, etc
6- Stock of federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent of
b Less eurren expenses, interest, acumbered) ..
7. a Value of banking house (if unencumbered) ..
8. Furniture and fixtures
9. Real estate owned other than banking house ...
10. a Net amount due from approved reserve agents
iu New York, Chicago and Kt. J.iniis
b Net amount due from approved reserve agents
in other reserve cities
11. Net amount due from banks and bankers (other
than included ia 10 or J8)
12. Exchanges for clearing house
13. Other checks on banks iu the same city or town
as reporting bank
b Fractional currency, nickels And cents 598.25
15. Notes of other National banks
16. Federal Reserve bank notes
18. Lawful reserve in vault and with Federal Re
!(. Redemption fund with U. S, Treasurer and due
from I'. S. Treasurer
Capital stock paid iu
a Undivided profit 25,782.11
b Less rurrent expenses, interest, lind taxes paid 13,383.09
Circulating notes outstanding
Net amount due to bunks und bunkers (other
than included in 29 or 30)
Individual deposits subject to cheek
Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days
Cashier's checks outstanding
Postal savings deposits
State, county, or other municipal deposits secur
ed by items 3d and 4c of "Rcsonrcos"
' Total demand deposits, Items 33, 34, 35, 30,
37, 38, 39, and 40 079,143.80
Time deposits (payable after 30 days, or sub
ject to 30 dnys or more notice):
Certificates of deposit
Other time deposits , .
Totul of time deposits, Items 41, 42, and 43 .... 055,443.00
if 1,588,4 28.00
IS KJf EATERS, Ranges and Dining Room Furniture for Thankgiving.
jrui iiutvc iiul uij euujt fJUi iffudeu liiul ukkuku neuter ui uugcf m umc unu wkuii
see the display in our East and West Windows and you will hesitate no longer..
Our No. 218 Gem Heater, regular price $10.75, Thanksgiving Special . ...... J 8.75
Our No. 220 Gem Heater, regular price $12.50, Thanksgiving Special ... $10.75
Our No. 222 Gem Heater, regular price $14.50, Thanksgiving Special $12.75
Our No. 219 Orient Heater, regular price $12.50, Thanksgiving Special $10.75
Our No. 221 Orient Heater, regular price $14.50, Thanksgiving Special $12.75 ;
Our No. 223 Orient Heater, regular price $16.50, Thanksgiving Special 1 $14.75
Our No. 21-L Coles Airtight Heater, regular $14.50, Thanksgiving Special $11.75
Our small Coles Airtight Heaters, regular price $2.50, Thanksgiving Special $ 1.75
Our lines of Reaters are the best the market affords and absolute satifaction is guaranteed.
Trade in Your Old Stove or Furniture.
i); 1,588,4 28.00
Btute of Orciion, County of Marion, ss:
I, K, V. lln.ard, cashier of the above-named bank, do Solemnly swear Hint
the above statement is true tu the best of my knowledge ami belief. '
K. W. HAZARD, Cashier.
J. 1'. KlXil'HS,
' 1). V. KYKK,
(i. W. KYKK,
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 24th day of November, 101 It.
' .IKNN1KBKST, Notary l-ubllc.
$ State House News
The 1'ucifie Spruce Company, of
'I'ortland, with a capital of ."i000, filed
articles of incorporation this morning
with the corporation commissioner. The
Business is logging and snwmilling. The
incorporators are .1. F. Alexander, II.
4. Dunlnp, and M. 11. Clark. The
ther incorporation was the tirunts
Jass Improvement Association, with a
capital of 500, formed for the ena-
t ruction, maintenance, nnit owiie.rsnip
With each and every new Range sold from now until Thanksgiving we will give a fine Derwood 42-piece set of
Dishes valued at $8.50. If you do not want the dishes we will give you a line large turkey.
Our No. 8-14 Ideal Range with polished top and nickel base $32.50
Our No. 8-16 Ideal Range with polish top and nickel base $34.50
Our No. 8-18 Ideal Range with polish top and nickel base $37.50
Our No. 8-20 Ideal Range with polish top and nickel base ; $39.50
Our No. 8-18 Ideal Range with polish top and nickel base and reservoir '. $42.50 ;
Our No. 8-14 celebrated Obron DeLuxe Range, polish top and nickel base $46.50
Our No. 8-16 celebrated Orbon DeLuxe Ranee. Dolishion and nickel base M8
n..-iw 0 10 i.ii. 1 a 1 n t ,. , .
uui nu. 0-10 ceieoraiea urnon muxe Kange, poiisn top and nickel base . . $49 50
h vui o -w icuiaicu uiuuh 1cluxc nange, poijsii lop ana mcKei case $5200
Our No. 8-18, with reservoir, Orbon DeLuxe Range, polish top and nickel base .-. jcr '
I Our Coles High Oven Range polish top and nickel base J
i wivo j xu ui wwi iiaiigc, puudii iujj aim menu uaac
Trade in your old Stove or Range, now is the time.
Our regular $14.50 4-inch 6-ft. solid oak Dining Tables, Thanksgiving Special
Our regular $16.50 421in. 6-ft. solid oak quartered top Dining Tables, Thanksgiving Special
Our regular $22.50 42-in. 6-ft. solid oak plank top Dining Tables, Thanksgiving Special
State Knuineer Lewis noes to AI
hany today to be present at a business
men's luncheon. The problem of good
rouos win oe up lor discussion.
1 esterday the ear shortage jumped
to 3110 with only U22 available for
loading. I his is the highest point
reached yet iu the ear shortage situa
tion. The report of the Douglas Count;
I'ight and Water company was receiv
ed thin morning by the public service
commission and shows that the electric
operating revenues umounted to 5S,
078.70 and the operating expenses iflM,
310.37. the water revenues K22.a44.Hll
buildings, i ne men neiiinu ioe iMisi-. 1 iiib icuvs .q.in,,iin..iii as net income
ess are K. C. Mncey, N. r". McDuff, j firr the electrical operations and $10,
Theodore Cramer, tleoige C. Saliin, and 274.33 as net income for the water op
ieorgo K. Uindboig. erutions.
The (treat Southern linilrond , coin
Workmen are busy trying to find .pnn.v also filed its annual report, wliicti
ihe leuk ia the oil supply pipe at thelshows gross operating income as $7,
itate house. The pipe that conducts 920.32 uird total deductions for Miter
il from the tank to the fmnuee is be- est und expenses of 3I,811.34, wliicti
Jieved to have sprang a leak with the leaves the company -1123,921.02 iu the
insult that oil is being wasted. jhole.
The public service commissioners are
jn rorllaud for the demurrage hearing
which is on for today. They were oc
cupied yesterday with the dangerous
According to statistics compiled by
tho state labor commissioner's office,
!,.,.. ! i firms ill Orciion whose
liusiaess is preparing coffee, tens,
amcAM lor Cili sum M kmi. ...
Iiiiggiug and insurance, firms
an iiL-eieiiate catiital of ."i(l.tl00
w 1 1 :i
articles of incorporation with Ihe cor
poration commissioner todny. The
Kl nth Logging and Timber com
pany was organized to do a general
sawmill and lumber business with
.hunt's I,, ('only, K. W. Humes und .1.
I. Williams us incorporators. The .Me
Cargar, Hates ami Lively coinpuny
was tunned to cany on nn insurance
nusincKS in t 'ul 1 1n int. The me ornornr
-, . mi,' ...j " """" ' I unuiiiii, int. I III ori'Ol II r
f business transacted fiuruig 191b "9,)rs re l'nul C. Hutes, Karl V. I.ivov
and W, K. Pearson.
Mnnduv, November 27, has b i
(fixed by'the state highway commission
.. ti.u imriiose of meetinir the sub
committee on the "Oregon Bm,, i
... . . . - i. ..i ml t.t
'ommittee" wnicn wan u."'.....
'consider highway commission and en
gineer. At that time, several important
t..tin. relatinir to tho future of
Dregon highways will come up for die-
cussion. Those on tho sub committee, Hnyesville, Nov. i4. Tho liig an
re B. O. lA-edy, Corvallis; .1. K. (irat-1 teeeptioii of the Aid Society of
lie, Astoria; 11. 1'. l orueu, i onmiiu, , iinyesvuie was held at the Teel hoine
. . $ 9.75
Our regular $4.50 48-in. 6-ft. solid quartered oak top with flush rim, Dining Tables, Thanksgiving Special $22.50
Our regular $32.00 48-in. 6-ft. solid oak Dining Tables with flush rim, Thanksgiving Special ;'. . $25.00
All other Tables at Discounts in proportion to above.
Our regular 90c bow back Chairs, Thanksgiving Special 65c
Our regular $1.25 Chairs, finished Koyal Oak, Thanksgiving
Our regular $1.40 Chairs, finished Royal Oak, Thanksgiving
Special v $1.10
Our regular $1.75 Chairs, finished Royal Oak, Thanksgiving
0"ngrSpUecaial$2:25 SHd DinCrS' f,"CSt St,eclcd Thanksgiv-
Ucrar5gu'f 50'sol'id oak Diners; genuin;" 'leaVher, full
seats, Thanksgiving Special '
Our regular $4.50 solid oak Diners, genuini'lealher; full slip seat
Thanksgiving Special cn
Trade in your old Tables, Chairs and Fur'nituVe; no'wis' the time
HELD AT HAYESVILLE
lid Charles 11. Fisher, of Sulem.
I' Mundaiuiis proceedings in the
,..,.. ,.i,i,ri were filed yesterday
John 11. Coffey, clerk of .Miiltnoiuitn
bountv, to compel tae pigment tu "'
f $15,.r)22.43 alleged to
I here last evenini!. The homo was beait-
tifullv decorated for the occasion. Ho
freshnienls were served mid generul
good cheer prevailed. Kaeh laily, upon
this occasion, was accompanied by her
husband. iMusic, dinlouues. recitations
bo due crom'und eonversntioa occupied the
$5,000 worth of Rugs, Linoleum and Floor Coverings at LOWER PRICES than we have paid during the
last six months. Come now while the selection is good. Our prices will agreeably surprise you.
Trade in your old stuff and fix up for Thanksgiving.
of the family. Our :
largest used stock of
price. Trade in your
Our Two Stores are full to overflowing with thousands of good sensible gift pieces gifts to suit every member
prices will mean a big saving to you if you buy of us, and we will store them free and deliver for Xmas.
Second Hand Furniture
Time and space forbids more than a mere mention of this department of our business. The fact is we have the
furniture in the state and hundreds of the pieces are as good as new and at only a small fraction of the original
old furniture and save your money. fe
In Regards to Sales
The quality of our merchandise and the low prices we have always and do now maintain, have forced our comneiifnr , i7
meet our offerings. Business has never been as good with us as right now. We defy all competition including maU ordcVhouL'd
404 Court St.
f fiO,0-w.-iJ UlieKvu iv . r ......n i.i.uf.ivu tilt' nnciM
feet and court charges on suits when mg. Among those present were tho for- H
k 4k clmrL'tt of the. ottiee .lanuarj
3 Wi. The suit is brought against
Hufui C. llolman, W. I,, l.ightaer and
J'hilo llolbrook, Multnomah county
' tommiBsioneri. The whole amount of
the fees duo was .-4,440.im and :,
K. S2 was poid. Tho money was on
deposit in a bunk that fuiled.
' Attorney fioucrol Brown, in in opin
ion rendered yesterday on inuuiry of
Jt'olon K. Kberhard, district nttornry
af Union count, asking uuder whut
ptstute ehargo for giving liquor w
minors should bo made, stated that tho
law which makes it criminal to give
liniinr to minora ia still in force, lie
ays the statute has not been repealed j
laws anu nunc.
y the prohibition
ihat the supreme
lowing: Mr. and Mrs. Thus. Heed. Mr
and Mrs. Wm. Kitts, Mr. and Mrs. Wm
Wolt'enieyer, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Tow
ers, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hickman, Mr.
initl Mrs. (lus Noreu, Mr. and Mrs. A.
K. Ximmerman, Mr. and Mrs, Kugcnc
Riser, Mr. and Mrs, Xathan Moon,
Mr. nod -Mrs. Martin Mtnrr, Mr. aim
Mrs. Oaniei Fendrichs, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry lloneding, Mrs. J,. King, Mrs.
M. I'ruett, Mr. and Mrs. Hiley liitehlc,
nr. ami .virs. li. Hanson, Mrs. 1.. John
son. Voting people present were, Alice
WolfemeyiT, Uerald Reeil, Harriet:
Klser, Carol Kiser, l.eonn ftarr, Ituby
and Knth Hturr, tirvis (Joubling, Myr
tlo Johnson and Joseph Teel, ..Mr. ana
i rs. iiurr l eel.
The reception was one of tho inns'
this eujo.vablo gatherings of the entire year
lu llayrsvillc. . ,
E. L. Stiff & Son,
inc. uuai l UKt
TRADE IN YOUR OLD FURNITURE
489 N. Cbsnl
YALE BEATS HARVARD
(Continued from page one.)
era saw Captain Black and his men hold
against charge after charge of Har
vard backs mid then wore their own ; scored befora th ei-hn nf ) nftre
touchdown hv driviuif ikttni-lfa on t tin ! u lilut Ia . n tk.. .... A l.a.l ,i:...l a,,i I
------- .... tt v ijnnig nm uivu
Crimson line. lOliiihaat, the ladiaua lov about whom
hoved ' smothering hi,,, to death, while work-1 lt'a'1,,'r' "'"'his been"" critically" ill ho
phautuug nt ,ie ft. l'aul nud Tacoma Lumber i ''T, ""y anemia, was reLrt-
;comPany mil. early today. ""lved u,,y
It was the one chance Harvard had to aril line and from there it was shoved
wm. over with two line smashes. Olipha
iuo Army ana tj. ; seorcti me lournaown.
; l'olo Uraiinila, New York, Nov. 25. I t'liphant scored nine of the Army's iie wa. ,..1n...,, ' , . , , . " "ixth blotl trNiisfiisi,.,,
Th Armv did the exnectei todav and ! P" d it a. k forward pas, from , ' M" 1)$ .f 'ho, night 7
i heat ihe-NHw Th. l -n, w,. IS ' Oliphns.t to Vi.Urt which scored the sec V V,??' ""' ! , . .
........ utrure Kran,isrnntis - t.. ..:., , , .. lUUi UNDER ennn.
. jam iii me mil Kiilri... ...... . --wwii
ue sTartett tons of the dust nonrim. -'i.." -"v
down upon him. 1 : ",""" Towhattan report-
lISrVHI-ll. lIlSeitllRO tttlt. MUtV K.llilV I hA Armv. ntu..L- i.. l...;i n . ,al,nn. ' UBO QATODnnin
Casey wash 70 yards to what seemed isible for the touchdown. Racing through ' Tai,m Wash., Nov. 25. Tons of
a certain touchdown, only to lose it 'the entire Navy team from the kickoff sawdust coming down iu an avalanche J.os Angeles. Cal., Nor.
nnea me oiiiciais eiaiineii a penauy. ne pianieu tae nail on the .Mivy ju burled IS year-old l'aul Weckstrt.m, llilholland Boissevain,
to 7. but six of the Armv poiuta were'"'"" , ""V. r"
he n-teree 1 '
SMOTHERED BY SAWDUST
noted suffruue leave no riel.il. k ma l,e 8"Kn'-