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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON MONDAY. AUGUST 2il 1918.
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WHERE BUYER AND SELLER MEET WE EECOMSEND OUR ADVERTISERS
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slam Eeetne Co.,
Masonic Temple, 127 North High
FOB KENT Business location at 10!
north Commercial, . will remodel to
uit tenant. See E. 2J. Klinger, 403
rHate street, Salem. tf
BIIJjAKD PAELOB for rent, with or
without fixtures; will remodel to
uit tenant; best location in city. E.
M. Klinger, 46 State street, Salem, tf
DBS. B. E. WHITE AND E. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians and
nerve specialist. Graduates of Am
erican school of Osteopathy. Kirk
ville, Mo. Post graduate anil spec
ialized in nervous diseases at Los
Angeles College. Offices SOS-IK'S Nat
Bank Bldg. Phono 85,-t. Residence,
1020 Court. Phone 2-13. Dr. White
Kos. Phone 4i!9.
1)8. F. L. LTTER, DENTL T, ROOMS
443-414 Bank of Commerce building.
DR. CARL MILLER DENTIST," ROOM
414 Lank of Commerce Building.
gALEM WATER COMPANY Office
corner Commercial and Trade streets
Bills payable monthly in advance.
BUY, SELL AND EXCHANGE
Men's clothes, shoes, hats, jewelry,
watches, tools, musical instruments,
bicycles, guns, rifles, revolvers, suit
eases, trunks, cameras, typewriters
end furniture. Capital Exchange 33T
Court street. Phone 4S.
MONEY TO LOAN
Oa Good Real Estate Security
THOS. K. FORD
Oser Ladd k Bush bank; Salem Oregon
ij,uti(Aij tAim JjUajss o'j per
cent 34 years time. A. C. Bohrnstedt,
401 Masonic Temple, Salem, Oregon.
SALEM SCAVENGER Charles Soot I Muskmelon ..
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Silverton, Or., Aug. -6. Mr. and Mrs.
John Cubbernoss accompanied by Mr.
and Mrs. t . Preston left Fiiday in
the former ' big car for a tour through
I-HtaOe Washington. They will visit Seattle and
2 T5n13 ltt "ml'r o' other Washington cities.
Mrs. Lela King has returned from a
i. 7j visit in Astoria. She ill leave sou a
3yja l tor bout hern uregou to Join uer nusoaita
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
kinds removed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yard and cess
pools cleaned. Office phone,
2247. Rsidenc Main 2272.
FOR A WOOD SAW Phono 1090 B
1255 N. Summer St. Our prices are
ritflit. W. M. Zinder, proprietor. 9-19
Omnire .. S Ktff SO
Main: Lemons, box $8.009.50
Hananas ........ .. Sc
Dromedary dates . $8
Creamery butter 60e
Flour, hard wheat i3.25
Country butter 55e
Kggs, dozen 4o(50c
JMijiar. Uo to Commercial club for
canning permit of 2o pounds.
Eastern Oregon are here visiting their
son aud daughter.
Miss Celestinc Muhony left Thursday,
for Sail Francisco to stay wiih her sis
ter Mas. Chas. Zergan. Mr. Zergan was
recently called to France, Miss Mahony
will attend high school there the com
Mr. and Mrs. Cash Corneliuj of
Brooks, spout Sunday at 8. F. Parkers.
Miss IKt Parker has a'positiou as
One of the happiest of the prisoners,
jilting from the expression on his
e, waa a crmaa mysenifr dog
ho was coufined in one of the cages.
Ithough he apparently oulv reflected
he feelinjn tif the vonn (iermans -
bout him and reapoujed to advances no
more willingly thaa did the men.
Alsatiaa prisoners said the Germans
are scattering them in groups of ten
throughout the army. They said pun
ishment for de-sertion was visited en
their families. la some eases, their
sisters had been unit to work in the
front lines, they said. This Is respon
sible for the stories that the Germans
are using women to fight in the battle,
Among the miking Pru.-sian officers
was one who was still aggravated be
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEET AT
McCornack . hall on every Tuesday
at 8. P. Andresen, C. C. P. J. Kunti
K. R. & S.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 5246 meets
every 3rd and 4th Thur. eve, 8 o'clock
in Derbv building, corner Court and
High streets. R. F. Day, V. C.j F. A.
SALEM HFMANE SOCIETY D. D.
Keeler, president; Mrs. Lou Tillson,
secretary. All cases of cruelty or ne
glect of dumb animals should be re
ported to the secrelay for investigation.
EOYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
''Oregon Grape Camp" No. 1300.
meets every Thursday evening in
Derby building, Court and High St.
Mrs. Pearl C'oursey, 214 Court St.
oracle; Mrs. Melissa Persoas, record
er 1415 T. 4th St. Phone 143CM.
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem
bly No. 84 meets first Thursday of
each month, at 8 p. m in I. O. O. F.
Hall. Norma L. Terwilliger, M. A.J
C. A. Vibbert, secretary, 34f) Owens
BRING YOUR TRADES
I can match you. C. W. Niemeyer, Rea'
Sstate Ag.'nt, Canada Lands, &44 State
THE FIXIT SlIOP-Let is repair and
Sharpen your lawn mowers. 2C7 Court
Portlaud. Or. Aug. 26, Uutter, city
Eggs, selected local ex. 5254e
Cheese triplets 30e
Daily Livestock Market
Tone of market strong, unchanged '
Prime steers 12.3P(a 13.50
Choice to good stoers 1112
Medium to good steers J9.755I'll
Fair to medium steers $3.75(q 9.73
Cosimon t i"'r steers $3.75u 8.75 .
Choice cows and heifers S.25( 8.73
Medium to good cows and heifers
Fair to medium cows and heifers
Blockers and feeders 6.258.2C
Tone of market strons, unchanged
Prime mixed 18-50020
Medium mixed lBfii 19.50
Bough heavies 17.50ffil8.50
Bulk 19.2.V 19.50
Tone of market strong, unchanged
Best lambs $14(0,13
Medium to good lambs 1113
Yearlings IOfill 75
Wethers Wq. 10.30
- REAL ESTATE
FOB SALE 250 acres, 100 in cultiva
tion balance in pasture and timber
Fine stream of water, good buildings
ad good roaM. 3-4 mile from live
ly saw mill towa. Will take good
nonse and lot in Salem as part pay
ment. Price $60 per acre. Phone 470
Souare Deal Realtr Cnmnanv. 1' I
It 'a enough to take all the lack out
tf of the slacker to view such a parade as
was yesterday s in Portland. Jn future
years the youth of today will be sim
ilarly colored, and in the mean time
there sre :he triumtiliM, entrv into Hit-
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED liB ,nll a utile laur the grand review
50 years experience. Depot, National at the homecoming. And all as the
and American fence.
Sixes 26 to 51 in high.
Paints, oil and vann-h, etc.
IiOganberry nd hop hook.
Solem Fence and Stove Works.
230 Court street. Phone 124-
meed of the liberator!
Bank Building, Sclcm.
IMPROVED 10 aeres, 54 miles from
Salem, for rHmitig house not overiifc
UKiO Equity in 17 acres, for Salem
residence, not over l.HJIM. i.r;. 4.vA
TurniDirrr ' '
f40 acres millions of feet of nw tim-iwat, soft white .. 22.03
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uer, picniy oi water. 3 mue from war, lowar graaes on sampi tgifcy'ja 111?. "
aw iill oit the railroad: pood stock 'Oats . 90el ... ul,
proposition. Will take 3tW in trade I arlev. ton
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baiawc csh. Ey terms, tl5 per lay, clover, new
were. Kocolpfky. 3tl State street S 17! Hay, cheat, new
I Hsv, oat
Dry whit beans .
40 ACRES, 4 miles from town, 20 acres
CHlti-ated, 3 prunes, 20 timber pas
ture, 6 room houc, barn, well and
spring, on good read, 1 mile to hool
0 ca.h. balance terms, price
SoO. 12.000 hardware stock d
hnilding' to exchange for ranch.
25.000 Port len t spnrtmcnt houe,
rented, equity for ranch not over H.
000. 5 neres, 43 cultivated, good
city, will take Mem resHeace np 101""' lAa,b
iftnO and roortgsire back, no raonev j, r
required, wire 32 ares. eood , Lambs, yearlings
iMproTementsr 30 acres caltivated. l.i Eggs and Poultry
acres prunes, will take Salem rei-; f-iUS rh
W. R WAJLUNGFORD,
liberty Six Premier Six
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ADMtNISTATOB ' g NOTICE
icnce, some eah and mortes'e bsck ''a dresse-i, pound
far balance, price T300. IJa omi& roosters
ctt good reid!ices priced below, Frys
yt nf eonstra'tins. I arrite fire in-!Briiers
snraisee, Socotofsky, 341 P!ste ft. p-jand . ..
OHM, Walla Waila
1ATTOUII WILT inC DAV r,bk
jyuiuuu. ii -.it nyj innci
Pork, Teal a4 Mutton .Notice is herctiy gives that tlio unJ-r
Pork, on foot 176iH 3 4c signed was duly appointed admin-ttra
Veal, fancy KXSISc tor of the estate f Pauline Neugcbau.r
Steers -..., 7(5'9 ! deceased, by onler of lbs county eoutt
Cows , 4-6At !of the state of Ore.i.a, for Marion eeun-
11 ty, on the 11th day of July, W, and
.-4(S.4 ' h has duly qualified as sack adminis-
t, Irs ttr, and that all persons having
f claim, against said estate are requested
. 4.1c t t.re-nt their resoeetive claims. 3olt
31c ! verified, with proper vouchers, to the
l.t! 1 j I ua WVD"d administrator at P-ttoa
St(S23e 'Bros, S4 fitste street, Salens, Oregon,
2 I'ii 23e j within six months from the date of this
7cj Dated Anjmrt S, 191.
t.-iSl AL'Gl'ST NtrGEBArtB,
'1 Adniaitrtr tf the e.tate of Paolia,-
S.eiNeug'-bautf, dttaeL heyl. Z.
who is in one of the government a
Miss Ida Loe gave a shower for her
cousins, the Misses Emma and Tena
Loe, who are to be married soon. The
brides-elect received many handsome
Mrs. Gaylord Adams and four child
ren will leave this Week for Jlorjuiam,
Washington,, where they expect to make
their home for tno winter. Mr. Adams
is serving his country with the boys In
tiuiice and hia. family has been living
in Silverton giuce his departure last December.
Lr. Wrightmnn lias been giving the
U. S. Naval hospital at Puget Hound, the
once over He returned tho Iiittor
part part of lasj week.
II. M. Schubert received orders to re
port for service in the navy next Monday.
Several young people attended the
dance at LivesKy's hop yard ouu night
lust week. v 'i
Julius Stark is compelled to tuke a va
cation, having injured his liuiid at the
mill.-. . . .
Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Illackeiby and lit
tle daughter, Irene, of Hoqiiiain, Wash-
ingion, arc visiiiug old niivcrton incnus
ML ANGEL LOCALS
(Capital Journal Stiecial Service.)
Ml. Angel, Or., Aug. 26. Mis. James
Ilaynes i visiting her mother, Mrs.
Hcharbaeh and her sister Mrs. Bob Wal
ton. Mr. aud Mrs. A. Warren (iould left
rsntiirilay for a week-end motor trip to
Little Vera hruse is at Vincents
hospital in Portland recovering from an
oeration for appendicitis
Mr. and Mrs. Wendell llodapp and son
Raymond nd Mrs. taudkamer, of Man
knto, Minnesota, left Mt. An.el last
Mon, lay after a week's visit with tlioir
relatives, the Mays and t"e Kelrs. Mr.
Modapu was the G. A. B. delegate from
Mankato, and the encampment was their
principal reason fur coining west.
A meeting was to have been herd In
the city hall, Friday evening for the
purpose ot arranging a Homo guard, but
owing to the illness of the inwakcr, it
was postoned and will b held ome iv
cniwj of this week.
Mr. anil Mrs. Alois Keber and the
Misses Elizabeth nnj Helen Keber mo
tored to Albany on Friday.
Mis. It. H. Young was taken very ill
last Sunday evening. On Monday he
wag removed to the Silverton hospital
wnere ne is slowly recovering.
Aliss fecla Hunker is recovering froui
an attack of npindiciti.
Mr. Allie May, who arrived home from
Eastern Oregon last Tuesday, will leave
for Camp Lewis, where hii will enter the
service early this week.
Tuesday, August 2'), was a lialu day
for Mt. Angel, for it markej tl op
ening or tuu luta Hoc, quarry and the
completion of the Almpia lugliwuy
About one hundred promiutnt Mt. An
el people attended Hip celebration on
'rasy i uU, or as it will ow be called
Dr. E. W. Barnuin and family are mov
ing to Tillamook. The Mt. Angel peo
ple io not ime to see tlisir asmul den
list leaving out give him evry wi.h
lut succewi in his new ioratmns,
David Traiis has arrived home from
Knappton, Wwliington, where " he hut
liecn working , luring tin Miiumcr BUnt lia.
Mr. John Imogen of Taoms spent s
it w ,ay of then wcrk visiting his per
cuts, ilr. and Mrs. Peter Dagen.
A very enjival.l liOic si spent on
Huaday tt the f-x,t of Tuf Heights,
where the Forctrrs gavs a picnic for
the Ldy FurrsUrs and their fsinilies.
Tlic Shakawanns t.'.uh gave n farcwi 11
party on Friday e-venisg for Mr, E. W.
Uim Farmer, of X'rth Vskima, Wan
higtou, Is viwting thn Ambler family.
FAIRFIELD NEWS NOTES.
(Capital Journal Spwiul Kerviee.)
Faiifi.ld, Or., Aug. m.Mr. lln
Lovegreen had thrmisfi.rtun to fall 15
feet from Ike barn, he was unconscious
for some time, no bonr were broken,
bat was quit bndJy shaken Bp sal i
t much better t pTesrnt.
Mr, Frank Short, and family from
..mi. - 4 .... U . .' i . i L k . . n
stenographer in 0ntf of the leading ! lrrp,,tr llu,kl,(l rmllll ,0 tgWe nim m.
sic store, in Portland. bBril luJ ,lR(1 ,0 Wft,k ,,Hi.k u the
r. . i-uneuo ana uaugnrers visiteu toni)Bttlu .,,, Th, tl)t.i of
at James Imlah's in West Salem Suu
Miss Lucille Cutsforth Is acting as
substitute on this route, while her father
is taking his vacation.
Mri and Mrs, Lengren and Mr. and
Mrs. F. W. Mahony and family left Sat
urday for the coast they will visit sever
al of tho Tillamook beaches, also do
soiiic.fisliing and hunting in the mountains.
oners tnken by the British nines Wed
nesday is now believed to be more)
WATCH THE WATCH IN
PREPARING YOUR JELL
TV f .- L
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Llhrh toio eotrsuTis boimno
Fb KISCM TH TttLV POINT WMIlf
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Instructions In the beat methods
ars given in th fret book which yon
can get by tending a two-sent stamp
to thn National War Garden Com
mission tt Washington.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
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sion have been added to the forces
in the northern part of the battlefield,
tho Saxons being bought fom Delirium.
They are a cleanly lot. many of them
converting their helmet into wash basins.
A Prussian officer in another cage
drew attention on his arrival by first
asking that his orderly be confined in
the same euuo aud them asking for
steak and onions. '
The prisoners Included large numbers
of tho Third marines caught cast of
Miraumont, where they were reinfors-
ing the Bnvarlnns when Miraumont
was pincherl off at noon Saturday.
For a Cool, Comfortable
Washday This Summer
Use Fels-Naptha soap with
cool or lukewarm water.
You will save hours of
Eerspiring effort and make
ard rubbinc and the
steamy-washboiler un- -;
What's more, you'll save the
clothes for longer wear. And
that's a big saving In these days
of increasing high prices.
Arc fine for Fall Then Later To Wear Spats Over
and Make Double Serrice Shoes of Them.
These are Splendid
Red Cross Brown Kid Oxfords, French Heels .elegant things at.
Red Cross Patent Oxfords, French Heels very dressy at $6.50
Red Cross Black Kid Oxfords at $6.00
The Bootery Special Glazed Kid Oxfords, French Heels, stylish and good. .$5.50
Black Kid Oxfords. Military Heels or Brown Calf Military Heels $5.00
Black Kid or Patent Oxfords at $150
Ar.d any number tf others in Stylish and Comfortable lab Autumn Footwear at
Old Prices and YOUR CHOICE OF 15 STYLES of Patent Pumps in values of $4.50
to $6.00 at Closing Out Price of , $2.95
BUY A PAIR AND SAVE $2.00 OR MORE ' '