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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (March 6, 1919)
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THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1919.
I ' igfci ANNOUNCING llifJl,OI Fl
enney Co. j
have.now received a nice new line of
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which are the latest creations for Spring, and
each day brings more good ones that will X
please you. Remember that we have our ex
pert buyers at the eastern markets all the time
picking out the best for our 197 busy stores.
Due to. buying in such large quantities for
such a number of stores we are enabled to
sell you at prices that will surprise you. You "
will find we have the latest in materials, sty
les and colors, so that we can give you what
DRESSES.... $5.90 to $21.50
COATS ....$12.50 to $27.50
SUITS.... $2350 to $45.00
SKIRTS $4.98 to $9.90
Look at them. It will convince you of
s their merit.
Cows, Hogs, Piano
FRIDAY, MARCH 71
At 1 P. M. SHARP
1 block east of Salem Heights school at end of south Commercial car line 3
I extra cooo jersey cow, 4 years old, to freshen in September, test 5.0: i
1 Jersey heifer rising 2 years old; 1 Jersey heifer, 8 months old, a Jf?
beauty; 1 Poland China gilt, 5 months old, weight 165 pounds; 1 Duroc f 5
Jersey gilt, 5 months old, weight 130 pounds; ii pure bred White Leg- K
horn hens, extra good; 1 hive bees; 1 steel bean plow, 8 inch; 1 sec- &s
tion spike tooth harrow; 1 Iron Age hand cultivator complete; 1 feed B?
cutter; 1 hand spray pump. jp
1 Irving mahogany piano and stool; 1 combination desk and bok ,?
cusu; 1 ran rou top aesn, large size; 1 square extension table, solid
oak, 6 ft.; 6 diners; 1 cupboard 1 kitchen cabinet; 1 small heater 1 med
icine chest; 1 chiffonecr 1 dresser; 2 rockers; 5 dozen fruit jars; 1
ice cream freezer; 1 bed stead; 1 folding bed complete; 1 extra good
bicycle, the best made, extra equipment, like new.
. TERMS CASH .
I C W. Roberts Owner. F. N. Woodry, Auctioneer,
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WOODRY CONDUCTS SALES ANYWHERE, OR WILL BUY YOU OUT
Woodry's Auction Market
STOLE SOLDIER'S OVERCOAT,
Oakland, Cnlif., March 6. Tho O. D.
overcoat he wore lu overseas service
and 120 were stolen curly today from
the room of William Ward, recently dis
charged from the army, nut tins loss to
him is not half as bad a9 the loss of
a pet squirrel, also a war veteran which
mailo its home in tho overcoat pocket
Tinned in a training camp, the squirrel
wont through several campaigns in
Frnnce as a company mascot.
171 S.High Street
230 Ash Street
Phone Broadway 454
Ours is the only line of auto freight trucks operating
between here and Portland. We also make
2 DALLAS, MONMOUTH, INDEPENDENCE,
We buy produce of all kinds and with our transnor-
A .1 . .
II tauon iacniues we are able to pay the highest cash
prices. Order your freight routed our way. Sell
your eggs, dressed meats, poultry, etc., to us.
WE ARB NOW READY TO
TAKE CARE OF YOUR.
AT 379 STATE SREET
WELCH ELECRIO CO.
Corner Ferry and Liberty Streets
EVERY SATURDAY, 10:30 A. M. 1 :30 P. M.
10:30 A. M.
1 Chester White Boar, 6 months old; 1 Syracuse 16-inch Plow, with
Jointer; 1 12-inch 1'low; Horses; Tools, etc.
1:30 P- SI. Household Furniture, Heaters, Ranges, Oil Stoves, Dishes,
Kitchen Utensils, etc Don't Miss It.
HIP! HIP HURRAH!! FOR THE BIG STOCK
AUCTION APRIL 5TH.
"Woodry Buys Furniture"
ARE NOW SHOWING AN ADVANCED
LINE OF SPRING AND SUMMER
Beach Suiting, the new material, in fancy, plaid
and stripes, for your outing or work suit.
Showing materials with tan background, with
blue, tan or rose stripes This design is only one of
the many in the store.
White Poplin and Gaberdinefor that outside
skirt, makes a pretty spring suit:
SILK POPLINS IN ALL COLORS
We have in stock one of the most complete lines of
Dress Materials in the city.
"Our Prices Always The Lowest"
GALE & COMPANY
Commercial and Court Sts., formerly Chicago Store
OREGON TAXI AND
Hnvo added one 2-ton Q. M. C. truck
to their equipment and aro now able
to handle anything that comes along.
Estate of John E. Miller, Deceased
At Fruitland, Oregon, which is 6 Miles East of
Salem, on the Asylum Road, on
8 WfaWl 1
c4n attractive showing
In Kvcr.l K-ipH r.nd ft a vide
range cf piLts. I...riral in tint,
lias and matching wiih genuine
oriental pearls of falmlom value.
You will bo fascinated ty La
Tanjfa Necklaces, t!i "touch u
prttne" for feminino costume.
Jewelers ft Optician
548 State Street Opposite
11 lbs. sugar $1.00
LargeCrisco f $1.90
5 bars Crystal White soap 27c
5 bars White Flyer soap 25c
2A.&H. Soda ..... .13c
2 Grape Nuts 25c
2 Post Toasties 25c
Faffed Wheat ..13c
My Je2I 11c
Jei 0 .....10c
Write Karo syrup No .5.49c
FULL VALrB PAID FOR
SECOND HAND GOODS
AND J ONK.
Phone 493 337 Court St.
AT 1 P. M. B HARP CONSISTING OF
1 bay maro, 12 years old, weight about IL'50 pounds; 1 cow, fresh, 4
years old; 1 calf, about 6 weeks old; 1 heifer, about 3 years old and
soon fresh; 1 yearling heifer; 1 hog, weight 120 pounds; 4 cured smok
ed shoulders; 4 cured smoked hams; 8 sides bacon; 75 bushels good po
tntces; 4 gallons good lard; 1 gallon lard, not so good; 25 pounds flour;
58 half-gallon jars canned fruit; 50 pounds good granulated sugar; 10
pounds dried apples 3 sacks beans in the pod; 1 bushel apples: 1 cov
ered hack; 3 axes; 1 bucksaw; 1 post auger 1 mail box; 1 brush scythe
with extra grass blades; 1 mattock; 5 bunches new cedar shinties; 2
crosscut saws; 1 set single harness; 1 roll hop wire; 1 cord 4-foot wood;
a tier stove wood; 1 fanning mill; 1 wiro stretcher; 1 pair shafts; 1
grindstono; 1 Oliver chilled plow; 1 barrel;' 1 garden cultivator; mis
cellaneous lot farm tooli 1-2 interest m harrow; 1 meat cleaver; 2 tj ITn 7 M 1A rtO
looking glasses; 3 lamps; 1 large hanging lamp; 1 lot of garden seeds V?fcH SVTUp Pi0. 1U i?OC
ef 11 lAn.lu. 1 Invert n.m.lrm 1 . . 1 .1
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80 records; 1 work bench and vise; 1 good basket; 2 copper boilers; 2
commodeB; 1 bureau; 2 tables; 1 sewing machine; 1 organ; 2 iron bids
with springs; 3 cots; 1 lot of 9 kitchen chairs and 3 rockers; 1 heater;
1 Homo Comfort teel range; 1 washing machine; 1 wosh tub; 1 wring
er; 1 ironing board; 1 set pruning shears and saw; 1 brace and bits; 1
riveting machine; 1 feed cutter; 1 handsaw; 1 sledge and wedges; 3
dozen Mason and other glass jars; 9 stone crocks; 1 miscellaneous lot
of dishes of all kinds; 1 miscellaneous lot of cooking utensils of all
kinds; 1 miscellaneous lot knives, forks and spoons.
BEN F. MILLER F. N. WOODRY
Administrator The Auctioneer: Phone 510 or 511
NOTE: Woodry, the Auctioneer, conducts farm stock sales anywhere
in Oregon. Satisfaction guaranteed.
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fias maiticiue which will nr4
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OpB Sundayi from 10 a. M,
anvil 8 p. m.
153 Bout. Hlih Rl"
SAletn, Orejom. . Vhoatt 189
Royal Club coife, lib... 39c
Rcyal Club coffee, 3 h $1.05 j
G. A. Coffee, 1 lb 32c
G. A. Coffee, 3 lbs ....02c
1 A. J. BUSICK
Hop wire and all kinds
of hides. Before you
sell See Us. Phone 398.
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
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The CAST i
Georga C. I Snyder, Miss Olga Gray,
Ogear B. Gingrich, Miss Florence Cart
wright, James Mott, Mrs. Walter
Spitulding, Ben W..OIcott, Carl Hinges,
E. Cooke r.tton, Bunny Meiring, A.
It - Fj-3er, Dan Iangouberg, Mayor C.
The Elks Announce Their Annual Play for 1919
JUL . m m&:
Grand Theatre, Wednesday-Thursday, March 12-13. See Page 6 Today Journal
The 1919 Elks play "Officer 606" will
bo produced under the direction of
James Mott, who staged the 191S Elks
play, "'The Man From Home" and
the 1917 Elks play ' Get-Rich Quick-Wallingford."