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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGOXWEDXESDAY, JULY 24, 191S.
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1 Willamette Valley News j
(Capital Journal Spwial Service)
Stayton, July 24 O. P. Mack and
wif Jeft Sunday- morning for Van
couver barra'eks, to seo their son, Nolo
wha was suffering from a a attack of
Airs. V. C. Parry and little son,
Jixn, left Sunday uioruing for Port
laud, where they will reside. Mr. Par
ry ii no,7T employed on the Telegram.
Several from hero attended the barn
dance at l)a-tier's, in Uio Hills. Sat
ASbert Koy and family, of Portland
visited p.t the E. Eoy homo Sunday.
Among those from Stayton who
manto tin trip over the Columbia high
way Suiday wcro W. P. 1'olli aud
wife, W. A. Kiggs and wife, P. i' Fos
ter and wife, K- C. Titus and Miss
W. F. Klecker left Monday on a bus
ineiw trif) to Portland.
Mrs. J. T. Ke,arn aud son, Ivau, Te
lurned Monday from a few days visit
with, friends at Gates.
Miss Elsie Potter of Warenton, is
visitinff at A Hill's aud with the 1.
ii. Hill family at Mill City.
Miss Emma Ilistow of Salem, is a
ftuest of Miss Cacelia Miolke.
Herbert Staalb was unfortunate in
liaving his motorcyclo badly wrecked
in the a-cidcmit in Salem Sunday that
resulted in the death of Darius Bright,
4ho man who was trying out the ma
chine after repairing it. ' "
Miss .Edna '-Huekner of-Jefferson, vis
ited friendt in this neighborhood the
first of thi week. Miss Hacklier has
(been engaged to teach the Kingston
School rtho coming yenr.
Jim Mielke, who lias been working ia
e. ship yard in Portland for a short
time, was last week placed in, eharge
of tho company gtoro. Ho is rek-eiving
good pay and h:w several lady clerks
under his supervision.
Prank Grierson has gono to work in
tlio Wigrich hop yard near Independ
ence. . "
It is credibly reported that the Scio
js yissfc act
Fenwick Newell Sings at Chautauqua
" Heads Artists Company on Second Day
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The Fenwick Newell Coneort ComriAnr, who will present two programs
at Chautauqua on the eond duy. Is oht of the stellar trios of the concert
platform. Fenwick A. Newell, hefi'thiif the coii.piiny. Is a lyric tenor who has
been advancing verj rapidly In popular favor during the past few year. IU
.rich natural voice, under the care and Instruction of the two greatest vocal
,eoache9 In the country, Radanovits of Chicago and Oscar Saenger of New
Tork, bas developed tones of glorious warmth and color.'
Miss Lillian Shank, violoncellist. Is an artist of highly developed techniqwi
and deep musical understanding, with a record of unusual success on the plat
form. Mary Jane Grigsby, accompanist, is a true artist at the plana.
milk condeusary will lie opened soon
with E. C. Peeiy of that place in
charge. This will be a tenefit to tho
farmers of the Svio neighborhood, and
as Mr. Peery. is well known business
man who has had experience with a
condenscry, there is little doubt but
that tho concern will 'be made pay.
1). J. Caldwell of Portland was vis
iting in town Tuesday.
B. F. Combs expects to move soon
back onto his farm in tho Jordan vat
ley, his son, who has been running the
farm, having been called in the draft.
Manager filthy of the picture house,
has decided that during the rest of the
summer he will give only two picture
shows a week, Saturday and Sunday
. Fmitland Items
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Fmitland, July 24. Word from rel
atives in Okanogan county, Washing
ton, state there have been good rains
lately which there, as well as here,
Miss Esther Bowers is visiting rela
tives in Portland.
These good rains tho delayed, have
come at last, and are a great help to
tho late planted crops corn, beans
and potatoes. This valley has wanted
a drink for a long time. There has not
been rain enough since about the did
dle of May tilt now to wet a man in
his shirt sleeves.
H. C. Brcreler of this place has as
fino a garden as I have seen this sea
son. To Mrs. B. rs also- due these' good
I have been informed thait lightning,
Monday p. in . , killed some stock east
and north of Salem,
i We are glad to note that the Capital
Journal has come "over the top" the
autocracy having not leen able to ef
fect its purpose. The boches hav been
stopped .before crossing the Maine.
Hotel clerks are the original "room
at tno top' men.
Entertainment Given By
Summer School Students
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Monmouth, Or., July 24 The
''Cheer Up" entertainment given in
the Normal chapel Friday night by
summer school students was well at
tended and something like $30 was
realized from the sale of tickets- The
program, consisted of a solo by Marjory
Holman; chorus by Normal girls;
Jeaune Dick, a playlet dealing with
the days of tho French Revolution,
Miss Foster taking the part of "Maid"
a reading by Miss Beth Perry, ''Cycle
of Life,'' depicting the past, present
and future given by girls in costume;
a solo 'My Sailor Lad," by Miss Yera
Tipptou; pretty dance by two girls
in costume and a military drill "Are
We Protected" by girls in white mid
dy suits. The entertainment was fliven
in place of. the U3ual "Stunt" program
which is always given on the eara
pus and is so much enjoyed by tho
public. Tne proceeas will .do turnca
over to the Canteen Service fund for
Miss Myr Butler.
Prof. Laube of the political science
department of the University of Wash
ington and Assistant Director of the
Civilian Eelief was an interesting
speaker at the chapel hour on Tuesday.
Ho spoke of the work being done by
tho organization for the families of
our soldiers who are absut in the ser
vice and also touched upon the sub
ject of reconstruction work.
A letter from Charles Plessenger,
dated June 13th, from Lorraine sector
in France, gives some interesting bits
of soldier life at the front. Charles is
with the field artillery, arriving in
France in August 1917, and since laft
October has been at the front , almost
continually. He anil Kobert Thompson
another Monmouth boy are probably
the first Polk county boys to scs ac-
tuel fighting in France. Charles says
the gas mask is a great thing; he had
been throuh several gas attacks and
felt the effects but was not injured
much. He is driving a. six-horse team,
moving heavy artillery from place to
Two Monmouth boys who did not
wait for the draft are Ora ninkln, age
20, and his brother Robert Hinkle, age
18, who left Monday afternoon for Bre
merton to join the navy. These boys
are sons of Mr. and Mrs. S. Hinkle
and brothers of James and Grover Hin
kle, who wero among the first volun
teers. Another brother, John, age 19,
tho only one of the large family left
at home would join his brothers but
for physical disability.
Agate Bebekah lodge, No. 177 met in
regular session Thursday evening and
installed the following officers who are
to serve during the next six months
Noble Grand, Mrs. Mildred Gilmore;
vice grand, Mrs. Cora 3iddell; secre
tary, Mina Cornelius; treasurer, Mrs.
Iva Stump; chaplain, Mrs. Delia Foreo
Warden, Mis Delia Brant; conductor,
irfiss Allio Butler; outside guardian.
Mrs. Doris Biddell; R. 8. N. G., Miss
Maggie Butler; I. 8. N. G., Miss Para-
dine Doughty; B. 8. V. G.,Mrs Jennie
Fuller; Li. H. V. tt. Mrs. Velma Himth;
inside guardian, Mrs. Paul Blackstone,
Mrs. George Boothby acted as instal
ling officer for the pve:.ing.
Mrs. T. J. Edwards has beet! ap
pointed active member in the Civilian
Relief Service here. Mrs. Edwards is
particularly qualified to handle this
work as her years of practical nurs
ing, together with her symparthetic
nature and her knowledge of domestic
problems, have givQn her the exper
ience necessary for a eervice such as
Miss Mary Hohan announces, that the
summer school coneert to be given
Thursday night will be her last enter
tainment to- be put on in Monmouth.
At the close of the summer session she
expects to go t'i her home in New Jer
sey and then well we don't know the
exact date, but everybody knows what
makes her so supremely happy ,and al
though we shall miss her very, very
much, we realise that our loss is her
gain and of course congratulate and
wish her all the joy and happiness that
she so richly deserves., We only hope
that her successor may be gifted with
the ame: happy nature and take her
place as Miss Hohan has done for the
past several years, that she has been
musical director at the Normal school.
The Herman Guinn place just outride
the city limit3 on the southwest was
sold recently to Til r. M. J. Townc, of
Gardiner, Oregon, for $2,6.X), eash. The
place consists of six acres with a inall
neat bungalow, barn and other build
ings; land all in cultivation and some
crop. Mr. Townc and wife expect to
take posswsioji in the fall and will en
gage in the poultry business.
Mrs. George Bethers and Master El
don are. visiting in Portland, with Mrs.
Bether's daughter, Mrs. Eudcllc Nor
gaard. E. R. Oatrom had the misfortune to
sprain his knee one day lat week
whwich served to put him ia the leasure
class for several days.
Hiss Mary Rice, a fifteen year old
high school girl ii taking a man's
place on the farm of Fred Huber in
Is Firm This Week
North Portland, July 24. The. stock
market at the North Portland stoek
yards opened for the week in a very
firm and satisfactory condition, prices
were well maintained throughout the
day in all divisions. The offerings of
cattlo run largely fair to medium, how
ever, prices are, holding firm. Prime
steers $11.75-12.25; good to choice
steers $10.75-11.75; medium to good
steers $9.50-10.75; fair to medium steers
$8.50-9.50; common to fair steers $5.50
8.50; choice cowg and heifers $8-8.50;
medium to good cows and heifers $6
7.50; fair to medium cows and heifers
15-6; canitors $3-5; "bulls $5,150-7.50;
calves $8.50-11.50; stockers and feed
ers $6-8. . -
There is a large decrease. in the run
of pigs which would indicate the farm
ers are holding them with the inten
tion of finishing them for pork. Quo
tation are: Prime mixed $17-85-18;
medium mixed $17.bo 17.85; rotiga
heavies $16.15-16.35; jpigs $15.75-16.25;
The sheep market is showing consid
erable activity and clearances are com
plete, quotations are: i.st ot the
mountain lambs $13.75-14.25; valley
lambs $13.50-14; yearlings $9.50-10.25;
wethers SS-uU-U.SO; ewes $6-8.
Live stack receipts of this week to
date are cattle 1450, hogs 1350, sheep
Every Mill Will
'Have Price Schedule
Washington, July 24. The food ad
ministration expects this week to have
in the hands of every mill in the coun
try, ia, schodulo of prices at which
flour end feeds from, the ,1918 wheat
crop may bo sold. This, it is believed,
mil guard the piublre against extortion
ate profits. i '
Nearly five thousand price schedules
have. been delivered. The prices are for
carload lots, Ibulk, at the mill. It is be
lieved that ooniipeitition in many in
stances will lower theso prices.
It is necessary to add to the an
nounced iprbees, the cost of packages.
This averages 65 cents a barrel, when
flour is shipped in small packages,
such as two pound cotton sacks.
It is also necessary to add the freight
from the nulling point. For sales for
less (than carload lots, fifteen cents on
a barrel may bo added, and where sold
by mills to individual consumers $1.15
The jobber niay sell at not more
than 35 t6 50 eents over the delivered
cost to him, and the retailer at no
more than $1.20 over the priee he pays.
Each invoico from the mill will contain
a list of food administration pric-eg so
the ibuyer may readily make compari
sons. the Luckiamute vicinity. She works a
team, has mowed and raked the hny,
worked on the hay baler aud done 'al
most every kind of farm work.
T. J. Edwards, John Palmer and Fred
Smith, expect to start their threshing
the last of the week. They will begin
at John Palmer's going baclt and forth
Mrs. Jacob Smith and Mrs. Ralph
Dodson received a telephone message
early Monday morning stating that
their mother, Mrs. Olanficld, of Dallas
was in a very serious condition. They
left at once to be at her bedside. Mrs.
Clanfield has suffered from heart trou
ble for some time and Sunday night
she was taken suddenly with hem
orrhage which lasted' through the
Miss Ruth Mills arrived Monday
from Willamina for a visit with Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. Stockholm.
Clark Hembrcc came in Sunday even
ing from Willows, California,' for a
few days visit with his family.
Mrs. Wm. Kiddell. Jr., spent the week
end with relatives nt Kwepf Home.
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Wheat, soft white $2(22.03
Wheat, lower grades on sample
Oats . , 8085e
Barlev. toa . . $50
Bran', ; : $3
Shorts, per ton ... $38
Hay, cheat, new . . $23
Hay, clover, new $25
Dry white beans 77Ve
Butterfat - r- ; 48c
Creamery bntter 49c
Fork, Veal and Muttoa
Pork, on foot 15 lAGiWkt
Veal, fancy ,..v 1315
Cows . 4(a6'ac
8pring lambs 10c
Ewes ' i - 4(S;6
Lambs, yearlings ; . 6(i7e
Eggs and Poultry
Eggs, cash 4 , . 38e
Ergs, trade 39c
Hens, dressed, pound 32c
CAPITAL JOURNAL CLASSIFIED DEPT. ii
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QUICK REFERENCE TO FIRMS THAT GIVE SERVICE ON SHORT NOTICE
WHERE BUYER AND SELLER MEETWE RECOMMEND OUR ADVERTISERS iSI
Salem Electric Co, Masoni Temple, 127 North High
DB. T. I TJTTEB, DENTIST, ROOMS
413-414 Bank of Commerce bldg.
Phone 606. 11-4
MONEY TO LOAN
Oa Good Real Estate beeurity
TUOS. K. FORD
Over Ladi Bush bank, Salem, Oregon
IF ITS REALTY or a business, yon
will sell quicker, buy hotter, trade
easier thru our system of buying
and selling without commission. Up-and-doisg
people everywhere use our
July booklet to save time and money
Call or write Oregon . Realty Ex
change Inv, Co., Inc., 28 Breyman
Bldg., Salem Ore., Eugene, Portland,
"San Francisco. 8-8
IMPROVED 10 acres, 5 1-2 miles from
Salem, for rooming house not over
$4000 Equity in 17 acres, for Salem
residence, not over $3000, price
$4500. 640 acres millions of feet of
saw timber, plenty of water, 3 miles
from saw mill on the Tailroad; good
stock proposition Will take $3000 in
trade belance cash. Easy terms, $15
per acn. Socolofsky, 341 State street
Old rooster 1213c
Frys ..J 25c
Broilers, live 2225c
Hens, pound 22c
Potatoes, old i 75e
Potatoes, new 3 3-44c
Onions, green . 40
Onions, Bermuda . $1.75
Onions, Yellow Danvcr, Calif. ..$2.50
Artichokes ......... ..- 75f
Tomatoes, lug $2.75
Turnips ,. 2c
WatormeLona .. a'jC
Peaches, crate - $1.10
Grape fruit, California $4.50
Lemons, box $U.5U(oHU
Dromedary dates $6
Creamery butter 65c
Flour, hard wheat $33.20
Country butter 55c
Eggs, dozen 4oe
Sugar 3ale limited to two pounds In
Salem and 3 pounds to rural purchas
ers. For canning purposes 25 lbs at
Portland, Or., July 24. Butter, city
Kgjis, selected local ex. 4;j(o;.jic
Cheese triplets 27ZT23r
Daily Livestock Market
Tone of market steady, unchanged
Prime steers $1213
Choice to good steers $11012
Medium to good steers $9(510
Fair to medium steers $8(f9
Common to fair steers $5(58
Choice cows and heifers $8 50(Sfl
Medium to good cows and heifers
Fair to medium cows and heifers
fanners $34 50
Bulls $6f 8
Calves $8.50(511.50 .
Stockers snd feeders $7(g9
Tone of market 10c higher
Prime mixed $!8w, 18.10
Medium mixed $17.6."(a 17 85
Rough heavies l.5O(al0 (KJ
Pigs $15.75fe 16.25 '
Tone of market firm, unchanged
East of mountain lambs $13.50(xl4
Valley lajub $13ffll3.50
DBS. B. H. WHITE AND E. W. WAL
TON Osteopathia physicians and
nerve specialists. Graduate of Amer
ican school of Osteopathy, Kirkville,
ICo Post graduate and specialized in
nervous diseases at Los Angeles Col
lege. Offices 505 -508 V. S. Nat. Bank
Bldg. Phone 859. Residence, 1620
Court. Phone 215. Dr. white net
BUY, SELL and EXCHANGE-
Men's cluuhes, shoes, hats, jewelry,
watches, tools, musical instruments,
bicycJos guns,Tiflas, revolvers, suit
cases, trunks, cameras, typewriters
snd furniture. Capital Exchange, 337
Court street. Phone 493. 8-3.
SALEM SCAVENGER Charles Bool
nronrietor. Garbage and refuse of all
kinds removed on monthly contract!
at reasonable rates. Yard and cess
pools cleaned. Office phone Mais
ZZ47. Residence Mam
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. MEET AT
McCornack hall on every Tuesday
at 8- P. Andresen, C. C, W. B- UU
son, K. R. Jb S.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 5246, meets
every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock
in Derby building, corner Court and
High streets. R. P. Day, V. C.j J, A
8ALEM HUMAN B butlETY D. D.
Keelsr, president; Mrs. Lou Tilisoa,
secretary. All cas of cruelty or neg
lect of dumb animals should be re
ported to the secretary for Investi
gation. ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
"Oregon Grape Camp" No. 1360,
meets evory Thursday evening in
Derby building, Court and High St.
Mrs. Pearl Courjey, 214 Court 6t,
oracle; Mrs. Molissa Persons, recor
der, 1415 N. 4th St. Phone 143CM.
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem
bly No, 84, meets first Thursday of
each month, at 8 p. m. in L O. O. F.
hall. Norma L. Terwilliger, M. A.j
C. A. Vibbort, secretary, 340 Ow
When you use the Journal
Class Ads you can depend on
results. Phone 81.
JOURNAL WANT ADS SELL
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To the left is a bail-top jar partial
ly sealed and ready for sterilization.
The top bail ia snapped into place
and the lower bail left free. To the
right is shown the way to complete
the seal. The jar is now ready for
storing. These and many othef good
pointers are in the free canning book
sny reader of this paper can get by
sending a two -cent stamp to the Na
tional War Garden Commission at
i RATIONAL WR GARDtfJ
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SECOND HAND GOODS
BUY, SELL and EXCHANGE-
Mea ' clothes, shoes, hats, Jewel J,
watches, tools, musical instruments
bicycles, guns, rifles, revolvers, sut
cases, trunks, cameras, typewrite s .
and furniture. Capital Exchange, 8jT
Court street. Phone 493.
ntS PIXIT SHOP Let nt repair ana
sharpen your lawn mowers. KOI
Court. Phone 1022. tt
SALEM WATER COMPANY Offics
corner Commercial and Trade streets
Bills payable monthly In advance.
FOB RENT Business location at 16S
north Commercial, will remodel to
suit tenant. See E. M. Klinger, 463
State street, Salem. tff
BILLIARD PARLOR for rent, witfc jr
without fixtures; will remodel to
suit tenant; best location in city. E,
M. Klinger, 463 State street, Sa
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIR Eli
50 years experience. Depot, National
and American fence.
. Sizes 20 to 58 in. high.
Paints, oil and varnish, etc.
Loganberry and hop hooks.
Salem Fence and Stove Works, 159
Court street. Phone 124.
FOR SALE 250 acres. 108 in cultiva
tion, belance in pasture and timber
Fine stream of water, good buildings
and Rood road. 3-4 mile from a live
ly saw mill town. Will take good
house and lot in Salem as part pay
ment. Price $60 per acre. Phone 470
, Square Deal Realty Company. U. 8,
Bank Building, Salem. 7-17
(In effect June second)
SALEM- GEER LINE
No. 78 Arrive at Salem 9:10 a.m.
No. 74 Leave Salem ...3:00 p.m.
SALEM, FALLS CITT WESTERS
161 Lv Salom, motor ...7:50 a.m.
163 Lv Salem, motor ...0:35 am.
165 Lv Salem, motor 1:40 p.m.
Through car to Monmouth aad Ariie
167 Lv Salem, motor ... .4:15 p.m.
169 Lv Salem, motor ..5:58 p.m.
239 Wy frt. Lv Salem, 5:00 a.m.
162 Ar at Salem 9;10 a.m.
164 Ar. at Salem .Jl:00a.m.
160 Ar at Salem 8:00 p.m.
168 Ar at Salem - 8:35 p.m.
170 Ar at Salem 7:20 p.m.
40 Wy frt Ar Salem 2:30 p.m.
Train Leave Arrive Arrive;
St. 'Portland Salem Eugene
1 8:30 am 8:35 am 10:50 aid
I Ltd S:80 am 10:11am J2:23 pnf
I 10:45am 12:50 pm
9 2:05 pm 4:15 cm 6:85 dd!
13 Ltd 4:45pm 6:40 pm 8:60 pra
17 6:05 pm 8:07 pm Salem only
19 9:20 nm 11:20 Dm Salem onlr
H ,- .. 11:45 put 1:55 am 6:50 am
'North. Bank- Station (leave Jefiersoa
Btreet is and zu minutes later;
-12:05 am 4:35 am
14 11:20 sm
16 Ltd 1:55 pm
10 '4:10 pm
22 5.25 pm
iNorth Bank Station (Arriv Jefferson
Street 15 minutes earlier) .'Leave Cor
vallis. CORVALLJS CONNSSTIONS
Leave Corvallls Arrive Salsa
8:25 m....NortLbonnd....9:45 am '
12:12 pm...Northbund....l:50 am
2:41 praNorthb3und.4:00 pm
4:10 pm....NorthbouBd....5:39 pm
6:18 pm Nortbound 7:55 pm
8:35 ara.Sonthbound....9:57 am
10:15 am.-.South!iound..ll:33 am
J2:50 pm....Southbo infi V pm
4:15 pmJ?outhbound..5:40 psa
6:40 pm.J3outhbouad.8:00 pat