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THE DAILY CAPITAL" JOURNAL. SALES, OBB. THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1918.
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The Samson Tractor
mighty in service
THE good tractor with low center of gravity. This enables it to work like
horse practically all power being delivered to the draw bar. Will not top
ple over on hillsides. The sieve-grip wheels are another feature. They
absolutely will not slip on any soil. 25 horse power on belt pulley operated
direct from the engine. 4 cylinder, 4 cycle engine of unusual smoothness and
durability. Vertical tube fin-core radiator. Speeds from IVito In miles per
hour. Automatic governor control. Special sand wheel extension furnished.
Its pulling capacity is equal to that of ten horses. .With 3 plows it will plow
an acre an hour. - .
It works best with Oliver Plows
When you see the Samson Tractor working with an Oliver you will
get a new idea of intensive farming a new vision of profits which
must materialize. The Oliver Plow is backed by the world 8 greatest
plow manufacturing organization.
The combined rolling Coulters nd Jointers bury all trash at the bottom of the
furrow. The stop device maintains an even depth ol furrow. The plow points
enter and leave the ground first, allowing a fall farrow clear to the ends of the field.
The wooden pin breaks protect the plow against roots, boulders, etc. Trip rope
raises or lowers plow bottoms from driver's seat
It Is well worth your time to come In and let us figure with you and show the
. actual profits that this CMC-Oliver outfit will produce on your farm.
VALLEY MOTOR CO.
Front and State Streets
GEO. VICK, Mgr.
National Oliver WeeR
June lOtrttO 15 th
Dedicated io the Promotion, of
Will Explain Tractor Farming .
Vick Bros., have arranged for W. E. Wilson and
C. W. Harrison of the Oliver Chilled Plow Works,
Portland, Oregon, to be at the
VALLEY MOTOR CO.
Saturday, Jane 15th
to explain Tractor Farming. Everybody interested in
reducing the expense and increasing the produc
tiveness of his farm should be present.
State and Front Streets
fear of the demands of tho people for
strong action against war profiteers
the agrarians and capitalists and
fair division of the coming harvest.
But above all the reichrata fears its
own debates of war, peace end polit
ical event and the connection between
the letter from the emperor to Prince
Sixtua with the retirement of Foreign
"It is only with the shadows of Te
forra that the government seeks to
conciliate the starving and suffering
population of Bohemia. Simultaneously
however, . new repressive measures
have been introduced in the southern
Slav provinces,' as a concession to tho
German nationals. The latter are car
rying out the instructions and policy
of the Pan-Germanists, which demand
continuation of the war.
"Austria is again in the clutches of
Germany, due in no small measure to
the traitorous attitude of the follow
ers of Philip Schcidemann (leader of
the German majority socialists) who
refuse to support the revolutionary
movement in Austria.
"Likewise, the demagogic reckless
ness of the bolsheviki, who concluded
a separate peace at the moment of the
areatcst upheaval in Austria, strength
ened Austro-Gorman imperialism and
surrendered the democratic elements
into the hands of the military camarilla.
' The situation is not bright, but the
desperation of the population is so
great that tho most serious conse
quences can too expected."
New German Attack
For Capture of Woods
By Henry Wood
(United Press correspondent)
With the French Armies in
the Field, June 13. With the
Germans' new push between the
Aisne and the Forest De Cot
tcrets, which had been expected
ever since Sunday's attack,
west of the Oise, the entire bat
tle now becomes a vast man
euver for the purpose of en
circling the range of high hills
and plateaus covered by the
Laigne, Compeigne and Villers
These wooded areas xtend
for miles .between Noyon and
the Ourcq. Their possession
would permit the Germans a de
gree of concealment for future
operations' "of the highest im
portance. . Throughout yesterday the
iboehcs found themsolvos con
atnnt.lv enenered in hand to
hand combats with the French.
This is a walking type of Tractor for orchard work
one of the latest improved Tractors now on the mar
ket. Can be seen at work on Vicks farm one mile
west of Rosedale, "The Birdsell Place" Tomorrow
Can be seen on the floor Saturday at the
Corner State and Front Sts. Geo. Vick, Manager
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$4370 more is asked. Turner having
ubsCTibed $1370, will be called on for
$10,50. The quota "of each district is
figured ftt the rate of $20 for each
person in the district and not accord
ing to the wealth of the district.
The following list gives the number
rf each school district as organized
isf Marion county and the amount to
be subscribed for War Savings Stamps
the sum already raised having been
Arbor Grove ...
Middle Grove .
. 6 Wirzel .
7 Sublimity .
11 Aumsville . ....
12 Fern Bidge ......
14 Jefferson ..
15 Hubbard .. ....
16 Oak Grove
17 Parish Gap
19 Brush Creek
"21 Gates .
24 Salem . .
25 Battle Creek
29 Rocky Point
31 Brooks .
33 Even's Valley
34 Belle Passi
35 Silver Cliff
- . 2,800
36 Mission 2,780
37 Fairview 3,000
38 White :. 4,000
40 Central Howell 7,300
41 Hazel Dell 5,540
42 Union Hill 2,800
43 Independence . , 2,800
44 West Woodburn . 4,000
45 St. Paul : 9,140
46 McKee 4,800
48 Iivesley 5,100
49 Joint district ; . 1,060
50 Pratum ... i 6,220
51 North Howell 8.160
54 McAlpin 3,360
56 Grassy Pond - 6,410
57 Butteville . , 6,900
58 Pleasant View j. 1,030
49 St. Louia 4,6.")0
60 Eldriedge 3,440
61 West Stayton 3,640
63 Bethany ., 4,730
63 Hazel Green ". 7,730
67 Thomas 4,160
68 Johnston . 1,580
69 Prospect ; i. 2560
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be put into the army. Military ser
vice, it is stated, would not go beyond
35 nor under 21, under the present
plan, but the listing of men between
18 and 45 would provide first a vast
reservoir of young men for training
who would be instantly available for
military duty as they became 21, and,
second, a great number of men cap
able of performing other service upon
which tho effectiveness oi tno army
It was stated that ' the measure
would also provide for training those
belo w21 for a specified period. '
70 Monitor - 7,040
71 Liberty 10 ISO
72 Sidney 2,620
73 Scotts Mills 6,040
74 Mchama - 3,300
73 McLaughlin " 3,440
76 Gervais over top
77 Stayton WMQ
78 Sweglo 4,320
79 Turner 10,510
80 Shaw 4,370
81 Oak Glen 1,040
82 Parkersville 8,40
83 Triumph 2,080
84 Four Corners 6,840
85 Silver Falls 4,320
80 Center View 2,400
87 Summit 88"
88 Keizer - 13,100
89 ricanant Point 2,880
90 Oakdale 1,040
91 Mt. Augcl 30,100
92 Geelan 1,420
9,3 Mountain View 2,000
94 Milstar - 2,100
95 Davis 1,840
96 Sunnysido .'. 3,040
97 Crooked Finger - 2,000
98 Howell 2,000
99 Haycsville 8,160
IS SURGEONS' THEME
Medical Association Not Sat
isfied With Mere Patching
Up of Soldiers
Chicago, June 13. Reclamation not
patching of America s wounded was
announced today as the goal of Amer
ica's war surgery. Various substitutes
for human bones and muscle were de
scribed before delegates to the Ameri
can Medical Association - convention
Army surgeons had a prominent plac0
on almost every program, Their div
isions ranged from scolding the Amer
ican public for over eating to praising
it for its morale and generosity.
'War paragraphs" from addresses of
alli .'d medical men were:
Admiral C. W. -Braisted, IT. 8. N.,
"The war may last many, many years
and toko every ounce of our Mrength''
Surgeon General Gorgas, "The great
est patriot is the one with a small in
come who gives it all and himself as
i.oionei jiernert uruco, uannua: xiie
dim bojundary line between Canada and
the United States has become invisible
Major Edourad Bist, France: "Ger
many sacrificed everything for malig
nant growth. There is only one remedy
for cancerous growth the knife. The
allies are the surgeons using that
Dr. Bene Cande, Belgium: "You hav.s
fed nud clothed a whole nation. Belgium
gives you back a dumb all-enveloping
Major Alexander Lambert, New York
was elected president of the American
Medical association. Major Lnmbert is
president of the association and direc
tor of the American Bed Cross in France
Admiral W. C. Brnistod, surgeon genqrnl
of the navy was his opponent and otlwr
ofifcers elected wero:
Dr. W. N. Wishard, Indianapolis, first
vice-president; Dr. David S. Judd, Bo
chester, Minn., second vico presidont;
Dr. C. W. Richardson, Washington, D.
C, third vice- president; Dr. J. M. Baldy
Philadelphia, fourth vice-president; Dr.
A. R. Craig, Chicago, socratnry; Dr. M.
A. Funny, Chicago, tvoasuror; Dr. Her
bert Work, Pueblo, Colo., speaker, of
tho house of delegates.
Thomson schoolhouse on Butter creek,
Miss Andrews, tcachor, challenges any
country chool in the state, says the
P.ondloton East Oiegonian ,to equal the
record mado when a play and basket
social held as the closing foature. of
the school year netted $700 for the Red
U Mile-A Mmute Kendall .
Appearing Sunday and Monday at the
Starts TOD A Y
100 Oaki Rldgo
108 Hullt - l-9"0
110 Pleasant View 2,320
112 Victor Point
114 Briar Knob
117 Niagara ...
118 Auburn .......
119 Mahoney .
120 Hall's Camp
122 Clear Lake
123 Detroit -
124 Crawford -
126 North Santiam
127 Porter ...
128 Salem Heights -
129 Mill City ...v
130 Broadacres ..
131 Cloverdale .- ....
133 Fox Valley
133 Cedar Camp .
134 Buena Crest .
137 Bay Bell
138 Hall's Ferry
138 Abaqua Heights .
it :MJ lt'" V'-fk'iV Vr.-te
, MOSTLY GIRLS
J. Y. LEWIS
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' COMEDY GALORE "
"As time goes on the daily mail route
in tho country becomes more of a nec
essity and less of a luxury," observes
the Pendleton East Oregonian." V" .
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And All Kind of 2nd Hand
Full Market Prices Special
Prices paid for Sacks.
Get our prices beore you sell.
THE PEOPLE'S JUNK ft 2ND
271 N. Com'l St. Phone 734
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care of '
Yick So Ton
Chinese Medicine and Tea C.
Has medicine which will cure
any known disease.
Upon Sundays from 10 a, m.
nntU 8 p. m.
153 South High St.
Salem, Oregon. Phone' 283
Used Furniture Wanted :
Highest Cash Prices Paid for
Used Furniture '
E. L. STIFF ft SON
Phone 941 or 608
I WANT TO BUY.
Your Junk and give you
a square business deal.
I always pay the highest
I WANT YOUR
SACKS AND BAGS
I buy all kinds of used
goods, 2nd hand furni
ture, rubber and junk.
Get my prices before
THE CAPITAL JUNK CO.
The Square Deal House
271 Chemcketa Street