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CAPITAL JOURNAL CLASSIFIED DEPT. i
QUICK REFERENCE TO FIRMS THAT GIVE SERVICE ON SHORT NOTICE
WHERE BUYER AND SELLER MEETWE RECOMMEND OUR ADVERTISERS
tern Eleetris Co, Masonic Temple,
FOB KENT Business location at 162
north Commercial, will remodel to
suit tenant. See E. M. Klinger, 463
State street, Kaleui. tf
BILLARD PARLOR for rent, with or
without fixtures; will remodel to
suit tenant; beat location in city. J2.
M. Klinger. 46 State street, Salwn. tf
DBS. B. E. WHITE AND B. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians and
nerve specialist. Graduates of Am
erican school of Osteopathy. Kirk
ville, Mo. Post graduate and spec
ialized in nervous diseases at Los
Angeles College. Offices 505-503 Nat
Bank Bide. Phone 85.4. Residence,
1620 Court. Phono 2215. Dr. White
Kes. Phone 4(S9.
DR. F. L. UTTER, DENTL.T, ROOMS
413-414 Bank of Commerce building.
. Phone 606.
DR. CARL MILLER DENTIST, ROOM
414 Bank of Commerce Building.
SALEM WATEB COM!1 ANY Office
corner Commercial and Trade streets
liills payable monthly in advance.
BUY, SELL AND EXCHANGE
Men's clothes, -shoes, hats, jewelry,
watches, tools, musical instruments,
bicycles, guns, rifles, revolvers, suit
cases, trunks, . cameras, typewriters
and furniture. Capital Exchange 337
Court -street. Phone 49.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Real Estate Security
TTIOS. K. FORD
Over Ladd & Bush bank; Salem. Oregon
FEDERAL FARM LOANS 5'i per
cent 34 years time. A. C. Bohrnstedt,
401 Masonic Temple, Salem, Oregon.
FOR PALE 250 crii, 100 in estiva
tion balance in pasture and timber
Fine stream of water, good buildings
and good road. 3-4 mile from a live
ly saw mill town. Will take good
house and lot in Salem as part pay
ment. Price 0 per aere. Phone 470
Square Real Realty Company. I'. S.
Bank Building, Helens. 717
IMPROVED 10 acres, 5'i miles from
Salem, for rooming house not over
$4000 Eqtiitv in 17 acres, for Salem
residence, n e over $:t(HW, price $450Q
640 acres millions of feet of saw tim
ber, plenty of ater, i niileii from
caw mill on th- railrrs.d; gd stock
roi'Ositioa. Will take $.Ui(m in trade
balance rh. Eay terms,. ('3 per
acre. Soeolofsky. 341 htate stret-t -17
40 ACRES. 4 miles from town, 20 seres
cultivated, 3 prunes, 20 timber pa
tare, 6 room house, barn, well and
spring. n good road, 1 mile to school
vio cash, ba!ance terms, price $2.
!(M. 12.iK0 tsr.lwsre t'ock and
building to exchange for ranch.
25,000 Portland apartment house,
rented, equity for ranch not ever II.
00. 5tt acres, 4.1 coliivstcl, good
barn, fair hoasc, well fenced, joining
rity. will take Salem residence up to
2O"0 and mortgae back, no monev
required, price 5N). 32 swee, good
improvements, 3 acres enf-vsted, 12
'acres prunes, wiH take Saicm resi
den'e. enme rash and mortgage back
for balance, priee 7.7o.'. Hve smie
ery good residences priced below
cost of ennstnietioa. I write fire ia
saranre. Jicoiofi.y, 341 Slate ft.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY!
127 Hortk High
SALEM SCAVENGER Charles Soot
proprietor. GarBage and refuse o all
kinds removed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yard and cess
pools cleaned. Office phone, Main
2247. Residence Main 2271
FOR A WOOD SAW Phone 1090 B
1255 N. Hummer Bt. Our prices are
rijht. W. M. Z'jn 'er, proprietor. 9-19
KNTGTITS OF rmnA MEET AT
McCornack hall on every Tuesday
at. 8. P. Andreson, C. C. V. 3. Kuntx
K. K. & 8.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. S24C meets
every 3rd and 4th Tliur. eve, 8 o'clock
in Derby building, corner Court and
High streets. R. F. Day, V. C; F. A.
SALEM IU'MANE SOCIETY D. D.
Keeler, president; Mrs. Lou Tillsou,
secretary. All cases of cruelty r ne
glect of dumb animals should be re
ported to the secretay for investiga
tion. KOYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
"Oregon Grape Camp" Ne. 1300.
meets every Thursday evening in
Derby building, Court and High St.
Mrs. Pearl Coursey, 214 Cdurt St.
oracle; Mrs. Melissa Persons, record
er 1415 N. 4th t. Phone 1436M.
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem
bly No. 84 meets first Thursday of
each month, at 8 p. ra in L O. O. F.
Hall. Norma L. Terwilligcr. M. A.;
C. A. Vibbert, secretary, 34fl Owens
BRING YOUR TRADES
I can match you. C. W. Niemeyor, fie
Sstate Agz-nt, Canada Lands, 544 State
THE FIX IT PIIOP-Let -is repair and
Kharpcn your lawn mowers. 07 Court
Thone 1022. v tf
STOVES REBUILT ANT) REPAIRED
50 years experience, Depot, National
and American fence.
Wtos 26 to 58 ia "high
Paints, oil and varnish, etc.
Loganberry and hop hooks,
tsalcm Fence and Stove Works.
250 Court street. Thone 124
Wheat, soft white 22.0S
Waeat, lower grades on sample
Oals , 60cl
I nrley. ton .,.,... ,0
Jlny, clover, new , t24
Hay, cheat, new $25
Kav, oat ; 25
liii: run :ivft-37
Dry white beans
.76 7 M.e
I Pork, Yaal and Vttttoa
'Pork, on foot . Wa lt
I Veal, fanty VM-l 7 V
Steers ... 7
'Sprtrg lambs lie
Eggs and Peal try
;Hi-ns, dressed, pound
;ild roosters ,
iPryt . ,
jHeii, pound .
Potatoes, lueal, new , , ,
DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON FRIDAY, AUGUST Z 191S.
Bejttrte fit Tfiq
Oiiiitiis, Walla Walla
Tomatoes, crate ..
Dromedary dates ..
Flour, hard wheat ......
Eggs, dozen 4550c
ugar. Go to Commercial club for
canning permit of 25 -pounds.
Portland, Or., Aug. 23. Butter, city
creamery 54(tt55c -
Eggs, selected local ex. 5254e
Cheese triplets 30e
Daily Livestock Market
Tone of market strong, unchanged
Prime steers 12.50(& 13.50
Choice to good steers 111(512
Medium to good steers SfiMl
Fair to medium steers 8.75(n)9.75
Common to fair steers $5.75(u 8.75
Clioko cows and heifers $8.25(a 8.75
Medium to good cows and heifers
Fair to medium cows and hcifars
Blockers and feeders $fl.258.25
Time of market strong, unchanged
JPrrmo mixed $1.S0(S20
Medium mixed $19(o 19.50
Itodgh heavies $17.501 18.50
Dulk $19.2.j 19.50
Tone of market strong, unchanged
Best lambs $1415
Medium to good lambs U13
AVethcrs $9 10.50
(la effect June second)
SALEM- OEBB LINB
No. 71 Arrive at Salent9:10 a.a
No. 74 Leave Balem l:00p
0-L rAXLS CTTT WE3T-JU
161 Lv Balem, "'" 7-!W aa
163 Lv Balem, motor .9:35 am
IKS Lt Salem, motor 1:40 p.ai
Threagh car to Monmouth and Arlii
167 Lv Balem, motor 4:13 p.
169 Lv Salem, motor 5:58 p.m
t38 Wy frt, Lv Salem 5:00 a.a
102 Ar at Salem 9:10
14 Ar. at Balem
1SS Ar at Salem
149 At at Balem
170 Ar at Salem
40 Wy frt Ar galea
Trala Lesvs A rr ivs Arrlvs
fyk Portland ftarea Vngn
1 6:30 am 8:35 am 10:90 m
Ltd :M am 10:11am 12:25 ma
I 10:43 aa 12:59 pm
:biVm 4:15 pm :ISp
13 Ltd 4:45pm 6:40pm 5:60 pw
IT 6:05 pm 8:07 pm Balsa oatv
If :0 pm 11:20 pm Baler oar;
PI - 11:45 pa 1:65 am 6:50 a
iiorth Bask Butioa (leavs Jsfferasa
Btreet 15 aid 20 minutes later)
T :15 am
10 .td 7aa
1( . 11:20 a
6 144 l:S5pa
lilill -I -
. 5.35 m
7 :) B.ti
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE noted, if after turning np the board
Notice s herebv given, te all whom lt v"u -erntehad the damp place with a
mav concern, that the eountv court of h(,e "J loft th bwri1 off ?nT ,1"m,
Marion eountv, Oregon, ha,' dulv ap-i?fH,t , frolu W of moisture wiMild soon
pointed J. S.'Coouiler. executor of thel,,e'd7 " ,h, oum"- .M-v ,rivUlt 8,a,,H'
relate of Mrs. George E. Hatch, deeeas-j m-v ,h,-v ",a not . " ,?l";rJ ".J
ed, and aU p.ris I-vig claims': r'l 1
agkinsx lid estate are berebv notifted knoW hot th,t- lf ,h,n
. , . , , .... so much tho worse flr the principle
o present such claim, duly verified, -h ., in(. Kvs h
o the undersmned executor at room 30o ifl0Hti(in ,nd' iat roj,vti0Ui obwTYa.
I mted State, NaUon.il Bank building. tl0n ,nd fxrwni;e -reck ,,. a loBg
at Salom, Oregon, within six months ch,,riSBed theory.
from the dat0 of the fiist publication! j. "L- Coulsou.'our merchant, is buy-
of this notice. ij,1)Z evergreen blackberries for the
Dated this 9h day of August, 1918. -riullt C(K of Sai,,m ik,rrie, delivered
J. b. LliUULUt,
. i M .1 . ,.-l , '
cwruiiir in itj rin- m uvurjju
E. Hatch, deceased.
McNary, McNary ft Keycs,
Attorneys for executor. 9-6
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Seotts Mills, Aug. 23. The Friends
luartcrlv eonforenve was held at
Quarterly eonforence was held it
Scotts Mill August 16th aud continued
to the evoiiing of the lMh. The church
es in the variou localities belonging to
tne y. m. were -wen represenrra. mere
were fraternal delegutes from other
quarterly meetings- ktcv. F. M. George
from Portland was in attendance, also
Mrs, Martin, accompanied by her son
and his wife fnm i Mewberg, Charles
Towaeend from Taroma and Hev. Jesse
Miles of Huntington Park, Gal.
A Christian Endeavor lally was held
Sunday at 3 o'clock. There was a fine
crowd of young people present. There
was some very good singing. Tho prin
cipal address wus g'nCti by Mr. Schwab
Miaa Winnifred Willis of Salem Is
visiting relative and friends of this
Mrs. Miller of Pratum was visiting
her sister, Mre. Fred Uowe, last Sunday
Tho ladies of tho Red Cross auxil
iary of this place served lunch and ioe
cream last Saturday at a sale south of
town and netted quite a auni for tho
work here, .
J. A. Taylor went to Portland Mon
day to attend a meeting of the .North
weet Horticultural society.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ferguson and
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Miller were vis
itors at the J. E. Coulson home Sunday.
The farmers are getting their thresh
ing mostly dune around here. We un
derstand the grain is not turuiug out
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Hussoll made a
business trip to Mai ion Saturday ev
ening aud returned Tuesday. Mr. Rus
sell is working on tho addition to the
(Capitul Journal ckieeial Service)
Fruitlnnd, Aug. 23. J. J. (pieman
and family, Jnrmorly of this, later of
Halls Kerry, have removed to Salem.
The farm at the latter place has been
Mrs. Oraee Bellamy, whose husband,
Wm. Bellamy, is stationed at .nrp
Lewis, is visiting her hu:nuii's par
ents here, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bellamy
E. N. Bransou, who was lately in the
rural snail service in Polk county kud
whose parents, Mr and Mrs. E, N.
Branson, .reside here, has responded to
his country's call to duty. Ho is now at
the U. S-' naval fuel .leot, marine
corps department, Point Lorua, Cal.
Another brothor, A. P. Bransiin is
member of Co. B, 1H infantry, Camp
Lewis. Still another brotheT, Harlan,
is with the surveying force of the 8.
Mrs. P. L. Coolson and sons, Bottfft
and Ralph, took in the national G. A.
R. pageant at i'ortisna wis wees. airs.
Joiibn' father. Private Clark Bun
dv from Morgan county, imo, one oi
the old bovs, is in attendance at the
grand encampment. '
F. M. Mitchell ha a line i a'-re
prune orchard here. At the price of
l.50 a bux he will realise quite neat
sum of money.
A friend a few davs ago aued me u
I ,,,,...!,! ahinit hoeinv.in a late
Capital Journal, was original or patent
..I V- : La .t ,tmt nnr StVHB fOltV
rigUtea WIU1 - UK"'" '"I'
il. . I ii u nrimnal. The ue-
gestion was based on what I have ob
serve from time to rime. If y'u wili
lay down a board or a flat piece of
bark in this wiontb or ia any dry time
of the .year ana in a lew uays mi u
up yon will aws some moisture uudcr
neath while it vfill be dry on the ot
.:.u utit Tk- liosrd has nrevented
cvaitoration and kept the srpot damp
wane outsiiie mere w-s
tt in. The hoing when dona after clo1
mulching and after raia has pakcd
itntth Aiirfsce will disturb the
comparatively hard surface and induce
evaporation whi'h tauiiia was or mois
ture. It is on the brd principle jott
at tne store command 6 cents a ound I
... . -
r;n- The 0iiinv turuisti crate aim
cKrrol Runner is assistant engluwr
at the asvlum.
A late Orogonian editorial writer
tells the potato grower how to secure
the best spuds for seed. When you see
B nice thrifty top, stuke the hill and
save the tutors. Now the top of a pota
to hill is not the nrincilal thin? at all.
u jg what is below ground and not
.Bt is above that counU. Some times
, thrifty top will have small and
' Inforiur tubers, and a smaller top will
,,mtimes have nice potatoes. Jlanv a
bill of iiotatues is about all top. The
Oregonian writer is probably not a po
tato grower outside ot th eilitonai
lt is not an unheard of thing to have
rain in August in the Willamette val
ley tho unusual. Within the last 28
years we hud two rather wet htirvests
and thi-eshingj. In the early ninotios
I lived in the hills five miles south of
Salem. I went with a threshing outfit
and thIii bothered us a great deal, 1
s.uv wheut sprouting In the ripened
ln'iiil before the grain was cut. The
like 1 rver saw before or since. The
valley v. heat that season was unfit for
flour and we had to depend on eastern
Oregon for our bread atuffs principal
ly. I helped a neighbor harvest and
thresh about 1"0 acres of wheat and
oats and rain drove us out of tho field
more than onco in the midst of our
cutting. Had to open out and resbock
Why dor 't somebody start a cam
paign in fuvor of the much maligned
l.ousi; fly. The microbt;s tell us he
carries oil his hairy legs innumerable
germs of dinense and tlni'. by swatting
the rarrior you are bonding off typhoid,
diphtheria and other malignant agen
cies. Let the good work proceed with
vigor. Truly tho ubiquitous household
nuisnneo and scavenger is a blessing in
Lift Off Corns
Fsw drops stop soreness, than
corn or callia lifts off
The world owes thanks
to the genius in Cincinna
ti who discovered frees-
Tiny bottles of the lottfi
ic fluid can now be hail at
any drug store fur a few
cents. You simply apply a
few drops of frccsone up
on a tender, aching corn
or a hardened callus. In
stantly the soreness dis
appears and shortly you
find the corn or callus so
louse and shriveled Hint
ya lift it off with the
fingers. Not a bit of pain
Or soreness Is felt when
apply free.niie or after
wards. It doesn't even ii
ritate the skin or flesh.
For a few cunt one can
now get rid of every hard
corn, soft com, or corn i
II I I J as jiaiiiful calluses on bnt I
Vi j 0 ir toiu of feet. Everyone who
irtes irrmwiw vi-i-iiii n
' enthusiast bet-sune it real ,
ly dm-sn 't hurt or pain one particle. '
Ladies! Keep a tiny bottle on tlir -irrvmr
an, I never let corn or eallu '
ache twice. i
Woman Thinks She
. "If anyone ever had a miserabls
stomach i suroly had It wss growing
worse, loo, all the time. Had aevore
pains and attacks every tn duv or
two weeks and had to call a doctor,
who could only n-liev me for a short
while. Two years ago laet February I
ttook a treatment of Mayr's Worid-rfu!
Remedy and I Save M bad a spell of
psiii or misery sme. My friend just
;wind-r that I am looking s well. I
feel I am privileged to talk sbotlt it."
It is a simple harriikes preparation
that removes the catarrhal smi:us from
the intestinal tract and allays the ta
fianiBistimi wheh ctoe practically all
stomach, liver and intcs'.rrial ailments,
including appendicitis. One do wilt
convince or money r. fun-d. J, C- Per
ry, I 'spit al Drug Store and druggists
every a here.
Eriia for this r-;:r FlSf
Toys of Fate
A Drama That Thrills Your Very Soul
The Triumph cf the World's Greatest Artist
State House Notes
R. ft Gtiodin. Mcretnrv At lh tnrn
boon! of control, will goto Portland'
next week to buy furniture "for tho
new north wing to the receiving ward
of the Oregon atale liospital. When
this wing in furnished it will acsiumo
ditto JOU patients and will help to re
lieve the crowib'd condition, at, tho lil-J
ffiiuiiiun- mo inrniiure is 10 oe pur
chased from tho instilutl m's better1
meut fund, which is derived from the
sale of excess products rused on tho
E. A. Bond of Eugene has heeu up
HiinU'il deputy lubor commissioner for
the upper Willainotte valley district to
succeed W. B. Clisnee, nccordlng to an
annoiincenient made joilay by Labor
Commissioner Huff, Chance resigned
to engage In tho flour milling biuuca
i.. Lt i.. i. it. i
r.ugeue rt. ahi-k, Uf iisii llii-ruwun-i
engineer and chief of the highway do
psrtiiamt uf tho Ituwiiiiu 'mission of
ways of communication, which has
headquarters in Kew York, I in Balem
today visiting the state highway de
partment. Ho made the trip from
Now Vork by automobile visiting tlifl
.i :.. in .r.i-. ...... I
Mnv Vork liy autonuiiii visiung inn
highway department ill HI different
.M I .UL1.... . r ,.An.
3k..lt mini IH"niHJ( n,i,, Mfc ' '.h . w..
struct ion and lubur saving niachinory.
Stnte Highway 'Engineer Nurin will
take him over the lower Columbia river
Continued from page one)
The enemy is particularly mmpy along
the Veslc, putting down numerous nn
necessary barrages, ppuiviutly in to
spouse to calls from infantry units f a
iug attack. '
In contrast to their method of son
ducting nn offensive, with lung waits
between blows, the allied hammering his
been constant for more than a moiifli
mid the limit of their pmrchliig power
hss not vt been teni-hcd.
NEW SHOW TODAY
CGIsIFLETE CHANGE OF VAUDEVILLE
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY.
Court House Notes $
Anna Mabel White ha filed com
jiUuit against Clifford T. White ask
ing tor a uivnrce. cue auego taat
thejr,wer puirried Nov. 10, 1904 aad
t'bnt there has been born two boys.
12 years aud six and one half months
old. That since the birth of her last
lioy ho has been angry, Ali, Mho
allege that he has anoouktod with
one Agnes Osborne, representing him
self to be a single man. That he met
her in IVtliui.l and took her to room
ing houses anil parks. That her parent
had given him lot 1, block 8, of Salem,
Riverside addrtioa. Tho complaint alse
recites that he has property valued at
$1200 and that as a stock buyer ho is
making $200 a month, She asks for
tlte lot hV parents gnve liim, lb
custody of her two children and
reasonable sum for their support.
In the esse of Frank R. Reynolds
glni4'j Kdlth M. RTTiolds, it was
agreed the plaintiff should he allowed
until I let. 15 to filo hi transcript
Anna MnUl White ha, filed suit
-gainst Clifford T. White for 6336
loaneil him which was to have been paid
"in a rciiisounhlo time," As this time
lias expired, she file suit for tho a
C. A Vibbert, h. P. AldricU and
V. Nailstanek, as appraisers of the
estate of Pauline Nuugvbauer, dsnaamd,
filod "wifli tho county court a report
thai the est-1 had been appraiacd
The estate of A. 'R. Btrnng, deceased,
is valued at $3,077.71, according to th
rwrt fib-il by the appraisers Dr. L
r. Griffith, W. T. Imvis and Dr. P. W.
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