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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL SALEM. OREGON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, IMS.
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CAPITAL JOURNAL CLASSIFIED DEPT. i Willamette Valley News
QUICK REFERENCE TO FIRMS THAT GIVE SERVICE ON SHORT JOTICE
WflERE.BUYER AND SELLER MEETWE RECOMMEND OUR ADVERTISERS
JUtan Electrio Co., Masonia Temple, 127 North High
DBS. B. K. WHITE AND R. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians and
nerve specialist. Graduates of Am
erican school of Ostoopathy, Kirk-
villo, Mo. Post graduate and spec
ialized in nervous diseases at Los
Angeles College. Offices 505-508 Nat
Bank Bldg. Phone 85.. Residence,
1620 Court. Phono 2215. Dr. White
Bes. Phone 409. , . - f
THE FLXIT SHOP Let -is repair and
Miarpen your lawn mowers. 267 Court
Phone 1022. tf
DB. F. L. UTTER, DENTlT, ROOtS
413-411 Bank of Commerce building,
DR. CARL MILLER DENTIST, ROOM
414 Bank of Commerce Building.
BALEM 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
cases, trunks, cameras, typewriters
and furniture. Capital Exchange 337
Court street. Phone 40.
MONEY TO LOAN
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
50 years experience, Depot, National
ana American lence.
Sizes 26 to 58 in high
' Paints, oil and varnishetc.
Loganberry and hop hook.
Salem Fence and Stove Works.
250 Court street. Phone 124.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEET AT
. McCornack hall on every Tuesday
at 8. P. Andreson, C. C. F. J. Kuntz
K. R. & 8.
MODERN WOODMEN OF. AMERICA
, Oregon Cedar Camp No. 5246 meets
every 3rd and 4th Thur. eve, 8 o'clock
in werby building, corner Court ana
High streets. R. P. Day, V. C.j F. A.
SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY D. D.
Kccler, president; Mrs. Lou Tillson,
secretary. All cases of cruelty or ne
glect of dumb animals should be re
ported to the secretay for investigation.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
''Oregon Grape Camp" No. 1360.
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 m,pct3 first Thursday of
ea'ch month, at E p. m. in I. O. 0. F.
Hall. Norma L. Terwilliger, M. A.j
C. Ai Vibbert, secretary, 34Q Owens
A very quiet and pretty wedding took
place at St. Luke's CatUolie church on
Wednesday morning, September 11, 191S
at 7 o'clock, tho contracting parties be
ing .Theresa Bicrward and Daniel E,
Hurt. Rev. C. A. Maher, officiating.
Miss Lowine Kerr of Aurora accom
panied the bride and Mr. F. J. Kinus
acted as bvst man.
The early hour of the, morning, the
simplicity of the ceremony, blended
with flowers and music, made a very
Th6 bride is well known and highly
esteemed in Woodburn. She is the
youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Buskey, respected pioneer, of
Marion county, and widow of io the
lato John Bierward.
Mr. Hurt has only lived in our com
munity a short time, but has made
many friends who congratulate him on
hia success in persuading one of Wood
burn's best to be his bride.
Immediately after the ceremony the
newly wedded couple left for a brief
honeymoon, after which they will be at
nomc to tneir mends on a farm near
West Woodburn. The best wishes of
their many friends go with, them.
BOND BILL. PASSED
On Good Real' Estate Security
THOS. K. FORD
O.er Ladd & Bush bank; Salem Oregon
FEDERAL FARM LOANS 5 per
cent 34 years time. A. C. Bohrnstedt,
401 Masonic Tcinplo, Salem, Oregon.
FOB SALE 250 acres, 100 in cultiva
tion balance in pasture and timber
Fine stream of water, good buildings
nd 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 $60 per acre. Phone 470
Square Deal Realty Company. U. S.
Bank Building, Salem. 717
40 ACRES, 4 miles from town, 20 acrcg
cultivated, 3 prunes, 20 timber pas
ture, 6 room house, barn, well and
pring, on good road, 1 mile to school
$800 cash, balance terms, price $2,
500. $12,000 hardware stock and
building to exchange for ranch.
$25,000 Portland apartment house,
tented, equity for ranch not over $18,
000. 68 acres, 45 cultivated, good
barn, fair house, well fenced, joining
city, will take Salem residence up to
$2000 and mortgage back, no money
required, price $6500. 32 aeres, good
' Improvements, 30 acre cultivated, 12.
cres prunes, will take Salem rcsi
deace, some cash and mortgage back
for balance, price $7500. Have some
very good residences priced below
cost of construction. I write fire in
surance. Socolofsky, 341 State St.
NOTICE OF SALE
Of Government Timber, General Land
Washington, D. C, August 29, 1918.
Washington, Sept." 13. The house
late today passed the McAdoo bond
The bill provides for exemption from
sur-taxes of interest on $30,000 worth
of liberty bonds of the coming loan
and also exempts all interests from
bonds of previoug loans.
The principal fight was mado by
Representative Hays of California on
a minor provision of the bill giving the
president power to tegulate trading
and sale of liberty bonds.
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Staytou, Or., Sept, 14. J. H. Brewer
and son are visiting friends in Staytou
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C. J. Esipey, cashier of the Donald
State bank, was called to Eysterville,
Wash., Sunday by the death of his
father, who was 93 years old, The
funeral took place Monday at Oyster
ville, of which place Mr. Espey has
long been a resilient.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike DcSart and fami
ly and Idell Lamb leftThursdaymorn
ing for the Dundee prune orchards,
to amp for some time. Hopiug the
change may benefit Mrs. DeSart, who
is afflicted with asthma each fall.
Mr. and Mrs. Dayton Walker are ex
pecting to. leave Friday for Long Beach
Wash. They will be accompanied by
Air. and Mrs. E. J. Sperry of Portland.
They will take a cottage and spend a
while there enjoying the sea breezes
O. Freeman 1& taking a truck load of
household good to Portland today for
Geo. Stewart of Fargo, who is moving
there for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Dick
Hughes will move into the house va
cated by Mr. Stewart.
Mr. Dawson, who had a paralytic
stroke some timo ago, is able to get
about and mado a trip to Woodburn
Wednesday to see the Dr.
We are glad to noto the scarlitina
scare seems to be all over and soon
Donald can settle down to her regular
way of living. The Lamb and Evans
families who were afflicted with it
have about all recovered. Fumigation
has been attended to thoroughly and
the youngsters are turned loose once
more, much to their joy.
Jim Feller and son, Ernest, returned
from Klamath Falls Wednesday, whero
they had gone to look over tho country
with a view locating, but returned
feeling Donald community was good
The government inspector ha- been
making a visit to the canneries and
given orders that only berries delivered
the day they are picked will be accept
ed, the trucks gathering them up at
Mrs. Dayton Walker, Mrs. M. W.
Johnson attended the all day services
at the Fargo church Sunday. There was
preaching morning, afternoon and ev
ening by Rev. Ranton with a fine
banket dinner served in the basement
of tho church at noon, These meetings
are growing in interest and souls are
Mrs.. Koontz, who is to serve as
principal of our school next yeur. came
up from Salem Saturday to Irrauge
about her boarding plnce. She will stay
with Mrs. Swan whilo in Donald.
Attorney Goodo looked nftor 1,.,,-n' 'same evening,
business itt Salem this week.
(Cpital Journal Special Service)
Donald, Sept. 14. Hop pickers by
the score are unloading at Donald these
days. Last week over 20 went out to
St. Paul from Portland, and on Tues
day over 50 with bag and baggage
enough .to fill four hay racks, went out
to the shortell yards. Since the boats
are not running now on the Willam
ette, they come to Donald on the elec
tric and drive out to the yards.
R. F. Moore, purchasing agent for
the Sanitarium Mercantile Co. of San
itarium, Cal., is visiting his brother,
S. A. Moort, near Donald.
Josie and Nina Ryau returned from.
Broadacres Tuesday, where they have
been visiting at the Whitney home for
Mrs. Ernest Ycrgen and Mrs. W. A.
Yergen went to Portland Tuesday to at
tend a meeting connected with the
milk condensary of Newberg, which
failed last spring, owing many of the
farmers for their milk. The above par
ties were among the loosers.
Dell DeSart came out from Portland
to spend the week end at his home.
Mrs. J. F. Hendricks of Cascade
Locks, Misses Ada Sandberg and Eva
Rosche of Portland are at the Thielson
yards picking .evergreen blackberries.
8troud Mercar went to Portland
Sunday evening, returning Tuesday p.
The Hoskins family, accompanied by
Mrs. Pomeroy of Portland, enme out to
spend the week end at their Donald
O. O. Freeman of Donald went up to
Portland to do some carpenter work,
returning Tuesday. Mr. Freeman' is a
first class carpenter, and ready to noip
where lie can.
Rev. Ranton of Montana is holding a
series of meetings at the iargo M. iu
church and much interest is being man
ifested. Mrs. Ranton joined him Sun
day to assist this week, and a brother
will be there Friday mgnt. Mr. nan
ton is a converted "cow boy" and his
changed life tells what the Peace of
God can do for sinful humanity.
Fern Hoskins made a trip ta Portland
to spend a few days with his parents,
Bovd Yergen who. is in the median-
ical ' department at the Benson, came
down Saturday to spend the week end
with his home folks. .
Mm Ben Enners made a business
trip to Portland Monday, returning the
Mr. Elmore left for Koscourg Tucs
dav to remain for a short time.
(i. S. McKinney of the Lewiston
Milling Co., was a Donald visitor Mon
day. Mr. Long of Portland stopped over
to visit his mother, Mrs.. Fred Ernst,
for . few davs. He has been off on a
Andrew R-einer returnci Wcdnesdav
from kg coast. He has ben working
the past four months on a railroad the
Notice is hereby given that subject government is building into the spruce
to the conditions and limitations of timber between Yaquina and Alsca
the act of June 9, 1915 (39 Stat., 218) bays. H says there ha9 bten. cousid-
and m instructions of the sectary erauie money spent on th road, Bs iVi,tW .ilitinn for gome time,
of the interior of September 15, 1917, is a poor country through which to biuld I Mrs. 'Murphy, once a resident of this
me uinuer on me luiiuwing lauus win mui-u ui in ruau ueing on piling, in;,
be sold October 23, 1918, at 10 o'clock work on the grade is completed and
a. m., at public auction at the United track laying is going on, and in a tliort
States land office at Portland, Oregon, -time trains will be running,
to the highest biddor at not tess than) Editor Clark of the Mail, issued n
the appraised value as shown T)y this der difficulties this week, having se
notice, sale to be subject to the approv-. vercly cut oi.'e of his fingers in a pa-
ai oi mo secretary or, tne interior, rne per cutter,
purchase price, with au additional) Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Hill and children
sum of one fifth of one per cent there- and Ellis Hall, cf Mill City, visited the
of, being commissions allowed, must be first of the Week (it A. Hills,
deposited at time of sale, money to be I Mrs. iLun Cain, an aged lady who
returned if safe is not approved, other- lives in tho north to st part of town, Ml
wise patent will issue for the timber down th stairs in her home a few days
community but now of Portland, was
the guest of Mrs. E. G. Payne and Mrs.
Joe Bexel over the week end,
' Mr. and Mrs. Ed St. Helens, with
their three daughters, moved back to
Portland Sunday to remain during the
Mr. Rich, our Donald butcher, has a
bad case of blood poison; 1 cut his
finger about ten days ago and paid but
little attention to it at the time, has
been making daily trips to the Dr. in
Portland since the latter part of last
week. We are glad to know he is im-
SALEM SCAVENGER Charles Soot
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
kinds removed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yard and cess
pools cleaned. Office phone, Main
2247. Residence Main 2272.
FOB A WOOD 'SAW Phone 109O-B
1253 N. Summer St. Our prices are
riglit. W. M. Zander, proprietor. 9-19
BRING YOUR TRADES
I can match you. C. W. Niemeyer, Seal
Bute Agent, Canada Lands, 544 State
street. j .
which must be removed within ten since, and was quite badly bruised. She PV1I,K- , T , nf
years.. Bids will be reeved from cit- was rendered unconscious for several r,ne9J 3tTX J Tresis at the
izens of the United State, associations hours, and was alone in th. house at L 0?
! sue, un. ..u cuqrauuu, o.ga..- vue time. ucKiiy - no. bones were brok-r "M ,Vin JIartin came oul Saturday
States or any state, territory 0r dis- bouse again.
trict thereof only. Upon application of. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Lilly left for
a qualified purchaser, the timber on Portland Tuesday, where Mr. Lilly will
any legal subdivision will be offered consult an'eye spelialist.
separately before being included in any Mrs. W. F. Hollig is home from a
differ of a larger unit. visit of several days with relatives in
T. 11 8., R. IE., Sec. 27, KW SW Silvcrton.
Vit red fir 1275 M., white fir 75 M, i Word has been received that Darrcl
none of the red fir or white fir to be Down, grandson of J. P. Davie, is quite
sold for less than $1.50 pur M. gick with pneumonia at Mare Island
CLAY TALLMAU", navy yard,
, Commissioner General Land Office. Herschel Schreveft Wednesday for
Oct. 17 Portland, after a few day, visit at the
15 LEFT FOB CAMP LEWIS. h.om ot V: SloPer-; "Aff.r MrvinK
n four years m the navy, he put in several
Ti. u. .:., m n" wek taking special study in naviga-
It was the intention to send 18 to tion 8nd ha, re!enligte(1 ,d expect,Kt0
Camp Lewis, but on final examination fc
three were held over. Those who en-, f
trained last Thursday were: J. C. Em-1 "j?" h"? tn?
mert, S. H. peterson, L. J. Vearier, E. J. "1?0ll.f,X el 1U .eastern
Lais C. A. Hamilton, M. A. Johnson, hffi ?J?Lh9 a
J. H. Weigel, Bruno Hcssel, E. '"r ,nr ? T T
Dunn, Clarence Moore, A. J. McKay,' F J. Irv,n. of Pendleton
J. T.Moore, P. J. Buss, G. G. Goblc. Wd"e'2 If""'1.3'
A. J. McKay was antra ntcd cantain. " .'"
Olof Meon left on the 6th for Camp
-Liewia, making lue j.oiu. ttuuuuuiu aa.
dopvndent. The Journal classified ads are
great favorites with people who
do things Try one.
We are informed that the reported
deaf), of a son -of J. P. Williams in
California was a mistake, and that it
was another Williams who died. Mr.
Williams believed it was his son until
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
fr6m Portland, where he is attending
the Benson Polytechnic, to spend the
wepk end with the home folks.
Mrs. A. Aufranc returned from Salem
Sunday after visiting her son's fami
ly. William Arnold and Mabel Pelland
of Seaside, have been spending some
time at the Jettie home near St. Paul,
they left for home Sunday evening.
Mrs. Ben Eppers and children spent
Tuesday at Hopewell, Oregon. Mr. Ep
pers is preparing to put in a large crop
of grain over there.
The Dolph and Earl Cone families
returned Wednesday from a ten days
stay on the Tillamook beach, feeling
much refreshed from their outing; they
were accompanied by Harold Lamb.
Fred Fargo and son, dames, of Far
go made Donald a flying visit Tuesday
WAR'S EMERGENCIES MET BY
ADVANCING DIAMOND PRICES
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jliiAan.;iIdi'1 h&es't. Didxnoad el'S
( How a diamond paid the emergency
expenses of & soldier's family is one
of tho sidelights of the war, dis
closed through the proposal of dia
mond cutting as one of the highly
paid vocations now open in America
to disabled "Yanks." ,
I Here is the Btory: A family ac
customed to affluence was strangely
Idiarupted when Belgium's invasion
Bent out the call for men to fight
the Huns; sons enlisted and went
overseas, a daughter entered war
work; family incomes were stopped
and a blue service star was turned to
(told. Heavy expenses had to be met
and one remaining diamond hxi to bei
sacrificed. Fortunately, diamonds of
quality are more in demand than be
fore war reduced the supplies and'
almost a fabulous sum was realized!
from a quick sale in the emergency.
Before the war the jewelry ex
ports of ' Germany and Austria
amounted to $200,000,000 a year,;
leading those of all other countries.)
To secure for America a dominant'
filaee in this trade twill require a
urge increase in available workmen'
ond uninterrupted growth, even dur
irfr war's economics, of tho industry
with which diamonds arc concerned. !
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Downing of Shaw,
were in towD on business Wednesday.
J. A. Hendershott has rented the
room next to his confectionery forcrrerly
ocupied by the postoffice and is hay
ing it fixed up for use in connection
with his business. This will glve him
more room ad give him a better oppor
tunity to serve his numerous patrons.
Ninety-three registered for the second
draft Thursday in the precincts of
Stayton and EaBt Stayton,
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"Carry On" Ut's Have TeatriTcrk
rHO will best hring hmior to hi? Town. Iiis
(.ounty, to Oregon, to the Nation, to llinivii'
the one who delays' subscribing to tlx- Ith
Liberty Loan or the one who Mops forward will
ingly, promptly and VOIX'NTAKILY?
You know and we know what the answer is. You
are willing to subscribe, that is certain. But, will
you do it PROMPTLY, and without being sought out.
and reminded of this duty?
To help put On-fion over the top FIRST your;
application for T.b Liberty Loan Bonds must be in
the liniuls of vf;-r bank or the local Liberty Loanj
Committee BUT !;E Saturday, September 28th,
Don't wail a wn It, a dav, AN HOUR. DO IT NOW.1
, Being listed i-j Oregon's Honor Roll of "Volun
teer" subscribers is the biggest patriotic distinction
any man, woman or child can have.