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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON Monday. September 9, 1918.
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Jklein Electric Co., Masonic Temple,
DBS. B. E. WHITE AND K. W. WAL
TON Osteopatliic physicians and
nerve specialists. Graduates of Am
erican school of Osteopathy. Kirk
ville, Mo. Tost graduate and spec
ialized in nervous diseases at Los
Angelas College. Offices 505-508 Nat
Bank Bldg. Phone- 85. Residence,
1620 Court. Thono 2213. Dr. Wkift'
Res. Phone 409.
B. F. L. UTTER, DENIi.T, ROOMS
413414 Bank of Commerce building.
DR. CARL MILLER DENTIST, ROOM
414 Bank of Commerce Building.
BALEM WATER COMPANY Office
comer 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
cases, trunks, cameras, typewriters
an 1 furniture Capital Exchange 337
Court street. Thone 40.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Real Estate Security
THOS. K. FORD
O.er Ladd & Bush bank; Salem Oregon
FEDERAL FARM LOANS 5 per
C( at 34 years time. A. C. Bohrnstedt,
401 Masonic Temple, Salem, Oregon.
FOB SALE 250 acres, 10Q in cultiva
tion balance in pasture and timber
Pine stream of water, good buildings
e-id goad road.34 mile from a live
ly saw mill town. Will take good
houso and lot in Salem as part pay
ment. Price $(0 per acre. Phone 470
Spiarc Deal Realty Company. U. a
Lank Building, Salem. 717
0 ACRES, 4 miles from town, 20 acres
cjltivatod, 3 primes, 20 timber pas
ture, 6 room house, burn, well and
earing, on good road, 1 mile to school
$800 cash, balance terms, price $2,
500. $12,000 hardware stock and
building to exchango for ranch.
25,000 Portland apartment home,
rented, equity for ranch not over $18,
0 i0. 58 acres, 45 cultivated, good
barn, fair house, well fenced, joining
eity, will take Salem residence up to
$2000 and mortgage back, no money
required, price $0500. 32 acres, good
improvements, 30 acres cultivated, 12
acre3 prunes, will take Salem resi
dence, some cash and mortgage back
for balance, price $7500. Have gome
very good residences priced below
cost of construction. I write fire in
surance. Socolofsky, 341 State St.
IWheat, soft white $22.03
W'jcat, lower grade on sample
Oats . 90c$l
Hay, oats $25
Hay, cheat, new .
Pork, Teal and Mutton
Pork, on foot , 17(5)18 3-4e
Veil, fancy . 1818i4c
Steers ! 79c
Rpr'ng lambs .
127 North High
6ALEM SCAVENGER Charles Soot
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
kinds removed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yard and cess
pools cleaned. Office phono, Mais
2247. Residence Main 2272.
FOR A WOOD SAW Phono 1090-R
1255 N. Summer St. Our prices aro
right. W. M. Zander, proprietor- 9-19
KNIGHTS OP PYTHIAS MEET AT
McCornack hall on every Tuesday
at 8. P. Andreson, C. C. F. J. Kuut2
K. R. &, S.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 5246 meets
every 3rd and 4th Thur. eve, 8 o'clock
in Derby building, corner Court and
High streets. R. 1 Day, V. C.; F. A.
SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY D. D.
Keeler, president; Mrs. Lou Tillson,
secretary. All cases of cruelty or ne
glect of dumb animals should be re
ported to th sccretay for investiga
tion. ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
''Oregon Grapo Camp" No. 13C0.
meets every Thursday evening in
Derby building, Court and High St.
Mrs. Pearl Coursey, 214 Court St.
oracle; Mrs. Melissa Persons, record
er 1415 N. 4th St. Phone 1436M.
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.;
C. A. Vibbcrt, secretary, 34() Owens
BRING YOUH TRADES
I can match you. C. W. Niemeyer, Real
State Agent, Canada Lands, 544 State
THE FIX1T SIIOP-Let -is repair and
Sharpen your lawn mowers. 267 Court
Phone 1022. tf
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
50 years experience, Depot, National
and American fence.
Sizes 20 to 58 in high
Taints, oil and varni?h, etc.
Loganberry and hop hook.
Salem Fence and Stove Works.
2.10 Court street. Phone 124.
Eggs and Poultry
Eggs, cash '.
Hens, dressed, pound
Onions, Walia Walla
Beets !. l.
Casabas ;. ;
, . $1.75
Flour, hard wheat
Country butter ..
For sugar permits go to C. M. Lock-
wood, food administrator, 214 North
Commercial street. .
Portland, Or., Sept. 9. Butter, city
Eggs, selected local ex. 5152c
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed bids for constructing a frame
waivhotise 40 feet by 8Q feet with con
crete, floor to bo omit near the state
prison, will be received by the Oregon
Statu Highway commission at 11
o'clock a. m. on September 10, 1918, at
its office 1301 Yeon Building, Portland,
Bidders must accompany bid with
cash, bidder's bond, or ccrtifiod check
for au amount equal to at least five
(3 per cent) per cent of tha total
amouut of the bid.
A corporate surety bond will be re
quired for the faithful performance of
the contract in a sum equal to one half
the amount of the bid.
Plans, specifications and formsof con
tract; proposal blanks and full lnirma
tiou may be obtained at the office of
tho State Highway commission state
lrause, upon deposit of five ($5.00) dol
lars. The right is reserved to rejvel any or
all proposals or to accept the proposal
or proposals deemed best for the state
(STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION,
S. BENSON, Chairman.
W. L. THOMPSON, Commissioner
R. A. BOOTH, Commissioner.
Attest: HERBERT NUNN",
' State Highway Engineer
Aug 28-31 Sep 2-5-7-9
Cheese triplets firm
Tone of marlSef steady and strong
Prime steers $12.5013.50
Choice to good Bteeis $1112
Medium to good steers $9.75$S11
Fair to medium steers $8.759.75
Common to fair steers $5.75(i8.75
Choice cows and heifers $8.25S.75
Medium to good cows and heifers
Fair to medium cows and heifers
Stockers and focders $6.258.25
Tone of Market steady and strong
Prime mixed $19.25(19.60
' Medium mixed $18.7519
Rough heavieg $17.75(aly
Tone of market slow no- changes
Best lambs $1415.25
Medium to good lambs $11(5113
How Road Districts
May Increase Tax
In road districts whcrc it is desired
67e to increase tha tax levy above the six
'per cent taz limitation it will be neces
. .. 4!. sarv for the voters of the district to
vote on two questions. First, shall a tax
he levied in exces3 of that X-vied the
preceding year, plus six per cent. Sec-
ond, a vote must be taken on the amount
1 of additional tax which shall be levied.
This procedure is outlined in an opin-
ioa given by Attorney General Brown to
L. L. Ray" district attorney at Eugene.
Iu road districts the tax is voted at a
meeting of voters calkid for that pur-
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
McAlpiue, Or. Rx-pt. 9. Charles Mor-
ley is the proud owner of a Ford.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Humphreys aie
visiting in Portland this week.
Mrs. John Peterson and daughter vis-
ited .at the Charles Morley home Fri-
I Thursday Sept. 12 is registration for
all men between the ages of 18 and 46.
We hope to have no slaekers in this
community. s ,
A number from here nitendwl th
administratrix sale of the estate of
juha Darby at the W. H. H. Darby farm
Wednesday, Sept: 4th.
to Hale m Thursday.
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Willamette Valley News (
, "Missing In Action
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Independence, Or., Sept. 9. A mes
sage has been received here that Private
Armine .0. Young, infantry, is missing
in action since July 22. He enlisted in
Company L, but when he arrived in
Franco was ro-assigued to Company M.
26th infantry. He was the sou of Mr,
an,l Mrs. E. M. Young and has many
friends who are anxiously awaiting for
some later news. Senators Me Nary and
Chamberlain have bwo telegraphed to
do what they could to locate tlie young
Miss Mary Whiteman a former tea
cher here, left Sunday for Washington,
D. C, where she will enter the gowrn
nient service in the Bureau of Ma.kets.
Miss Whiteman offered her services
somu time ago and took the civil service
examination. Saturday sho received a
telegram telling her to report foi i uy.
Her salary to begin with will bo $1100
Miss Emma Henkle lett Thursday tor
Ogik.n Utah, where she will teach in
the schools. Sho has been very popular
where she has taught before and it
is expected that her superior qualifica
tions will sooner be realized in Utah.
Misses Eleauor Crowder and Winnifred
Gallon who have taught with Miss Hen
kle iu the Corvallis schools wilt alio
teach in Ogden. , ,
Word has been receivud from Dr.
Frank E. Butler, sou of Orville Butler,
that ho has finished his course in the
service. He has been specializing in X
Ray work and is located at Camp Ogle
thrope, Ga., which is in Chieainnugua
park in the infirmary. He finished his
course August 6.
Mrs. C. E. Holloway arrived from Ta
conia this week. Sho is a sister of Mrs.
J. 8. Cooper, Jr., and she will makp her
home at the Dr. Allen residence on Main
street. Mr. Holloway has charge of
Armor's, company in Tacoina, and owing
to the crowded condition of tliat city
has been impossible to secure a resi
dence for his family.
Mrs. Verd Hall and daughter Vcrda
returned last week from a visit with
relatives in Albany.
The marriage of Miss Eloifte Davis
and Mr. Floyd Bewlcy of this city was
solemnized at the Catholic church in
Dallas last Wednesday morning, Fatter
Degnoff, officiating. '
They left immediately for Portland
for a short honeymoon. The bride is the
daughter 0f Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Davis,
and sho is a graduate of the Independen
ce High school and is a splendid musi
cian. TJie groom is tho oldest son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. A.' Bewlcy and was for
merly engineer on the I. and M. railroad.
Sinew its discontinuance ho has been
connected with tho Valley and Siletz
road. Mr. and Mrs. Bewley will make
their home in this city.
Ward Butler and wifo returned home
last Sunday from Victoria, B. C. where
they went to attend the One Hundred
Thousand dub of the New York Life.
Only three otliors in the state were eli
gible to attend the club and only one in
the district had written more insur
ance that Butler.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Townsend, Miss
Frances Townsend, and Mr. and Mis.
Pearl Hedges motored to Tillamook last
Sunday. They visited Bar View, Gara
baldi and otlrer beaches, returning on
Miss Winuafrcd came up from Port
land Tuesday to visit Miss Emma Hen
kle. Grovcr Mattison has returned from
Mabel where ho spent the summer.
Chester Iougla3 of Canity vlsifvd his
relatives the O. A. Kreamer's this week.
Mrs. W. M. Huff and son, Boyd arc
visiting Bjiitland friends this week.
Mrs. L. L. Bewitt and son, Lavallc,
and Mrs. O. D. Donaldson returned last
Thursday from Bar Harbor.
Tho Mi awn Beatrice and Mildred Jar
vis of Albany have returned home after
a visit with Mrs. Verd Hill.'
At a spcaial meeting of tho Woman 's
club which was held at the Library last
Monday for the purpose of electing de
legates to the Federation, September
17-20, the following were chosen dele
gates: Mrs. Clyde Eckor, Mrs. J. S. Coo
per; alternates, Mrs. K. C. Eldridge,
Mrs. O. D. Butler. The first meeting
of the club will K a reception for the
mothers and wives who have sons or
husbands represented on the Community
J. 8. Cooper. Mrs. J. S. Cooper, Jr.,
Mrs. 8. B. Walker and Miss Genevieve
Coopvr motored to Eugene last Thurs
day. J. L. and Mark Hanna were here from
Portland this we$k.
MisH Madalene Kreamer will lenvc
will resume her duties as principal of
the Ashland schools.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Jones and baby of
Portland, who have been visiting Mrs.
Jones' parents and Mrs. O. Fluyd re
turned homclast Sunday.
K. C. Eldridge made a business trip
to Medford last Monday,
Drain Dickman was hero from Port
land last week.
Ernest aud Vein Williams of the U.
S. navy have bven granted longer fur
loughs and will remain home until Sept.
24th. : ......
Mr. and Mis. W. B. Barnett went t
! Portland last Sunday
They were ac
companies home by their son Leuimel,
who has been visiting iu Mosiwr, also
by Miss Jmsio Leiuniau and blither, El
laru 0r Portland,
Mis. Luciudia Baldwin went to Port
land last Tuesday to consult specialists.
She was accompanied by Mrs. P. G.
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Juhnson and son
Roland, and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Collins
visited in Grants Pass last week.
Miss Lena Bvllo Tartar and and bro
the Prof. Tartar of Chicago have beon
visiting at the E. E. Paddock homo this
Mrs. K. C. Eldi idge and son Lawrence
Went to Portland Tuesday. While thoro
Mrs. Eldridge will mnkv arrangements
to place Lawrence in school.
Mrs. Will Campbell returned last Sat
urday from a very pleasant visit with
Mr. and Mrs. Crosby Dalton of Emrono.
Mrs. Nannie Markum of Eugene is
the guest of her sister Mrs. J. Dornsifu
I hester Itenklo and sister Esther and
Miss l lorence Burton motored to Till
imiuK map ounuuy. iney returned on
Mr. and Mrs. M. Ingurmanoon. of
Dayton hao been visiting friends hero.
Mr n , m.. w -t ii- ......
iium iuunuuKio mis weeit visiting their
Uncle Sam: "That's
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not catch us unawares or unDrenare.l h in fn anA ,;n;ni., i .i "j "r"'
Every town and county committee is hard rn.nl
to land F1B.ST PLACE in the
go over toe lop.
iJtOCR part is to decide
Miss Esther Hvukle was here from
Philomath visiting relatives last week
H. Herschbark, Dr. Dunsmore and Ira
Mix of the Independence National
bank motored to Portland la'st Saturday,
remaining in the city for Labor Day
Miss vernnn Brown is hvre from
Pottlaud visiting relatives.
Mrs. J. . Richardson visited in Cor
John E. Olcman and Miss Ida Tico
were married in Dallas Wednesday.
Mrs. Chas. Yates of Astoria i's visit
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. L
Born To Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Peters
Friday, August 30, a fine girl, at the
home ot Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Berry
Mr. and Mrs. Peters have been mutes
SHI JO.Suuuil Mil) pun iitu UU0A3S JOf
little stranger into their homos is hared
Mrs. Charles Mayger and son Charles
left Monday for Camp Lewis to visit
her borther aptain W. A. Platts and Mr.
Mover's nephew, Roland McGinni8 of
Cloverdale, Oregon. They will visit at
l aroma itetore returuini: homo,
Miss Irene Sanders went to Salem
Monday for a few days with relatives
and it is understood tiint she will take
up the study of nursing as soon as she
lias sufficiently recovered from a rceont
operation for appendicitis.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Wilkinson of
Fresno, Cal., who has been visiting the
Mc Key and CIiiwboii families lor the
past two weeks left Friday morning for
a few weeks with friend,, and relatives
in that city before returning to her
home in California. . : ,
L. L. Herschberg shipped to Portland
last Wednesday a wagon load of .re
cleaned clover and vetch seed which was
easily worth at the prevailing prices
i T ' . - BClu '3 very Bcarce
i,uuu. flip latter seed is ver
lley this year nnd the local
was protected before tho shipment
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- fe "7? ,t0 fr going to be one
the Habit of douig NO HEGHETS
mtmm.w liu . ....ft. , "U lit Kill J UIIU pflierOUSITl
A and voluntarily there WILL UK rcur Till rumJ
FIRST STATE to
NOW that you ara
was sent to Portland.
Mrs. J. H. Loenig has resigned as as
sistant cashier of the State Bank of
Uubbard and accompanied by her moth
er Mrs. Ida Rveso,went to Portland Mom
day. The position at the bank will be
filled by Miss Ruth Calvert, who is well
known to the patrons of the institution
Miss Calvert has resigned as operator
at th telephone office in order to take
the new position.
Willis Daws returned Saturday from
threshing over on Howell prairie and
while thore he met Rev. T. Acheson, whe
in company with Rev. Nichol, were
helping thresh by pitching bundles. The
reverend gentlemen wen making good
in pitching bundles to the thresher as
they had in pitching "hot shot" inte
tho anks of the evil one in a revival
meeting t'ie.v were holding at the church
iu tho evening. Enterprise.
The Stubblefield .Bros, .have rented
a farm near Newberg and left Wwdnee
dny with their families and teams for
Walter Nusom, who went to Camp
Lewia with those of the draft of tha
26th of August, was rejected on account
of physical defects.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Manning receiv
ed word from their son Ward last week
saying that ho wns off sea duty for
a while and was now drilling on land
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Siegmund left
last Sunday morning for Southern Ore
Mr. and Mrs. John Siegmund and so
gon for an outing. They wero joined by
of Balvm. The men folkg expect to d
some deer huuting.
Irving E. Cutsfurth and John Wolf
made an exchange of property thie
week. -Mr. Cutsfort), takes Mr. Wolf
town property in exchange for Mr. Cutf
f orth 's 40 aero farm near (he Bua
garian settlement. Mr. Wolf paving the
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