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PORTLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY I HEHAH
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON, MONDAY, APRIL 21. 1919.
: city news :
MORRIS BROTHERS, Inc.
The Premier Municipal Bond House
MORRIS BUILDING. 309-311 Stark SU
Government and PORTLAND, ORE. Established Over
Municipal Bonds Phone Bdwy, 2151. Twenty-r ive Years
NA-PEER TIRES ""j&f
DJn Writ far Spacial rWiM A ss.
PORTLAND RUBBER MILLS, S 1 9 0 0
PORTLAND. ORE. V A -'eV V
IwtiikM nil wi iua vv'a
Port cud'. Famous Grill
P A R M CleJTUn,'! T"'"- StndebaW Wagon. Tren Ate kind ranta enlHrator
1 If 1 rulUyatom and potato plantar. Braender Bull Dog auto
I HTM rUTVTP Tunwtrn park plui, Wad drag- saw. P. E. EUwnaaada. J0 tut
Llll LLiiLlt I S MarneoD it.. Portland. Or. Laixwtntauaraia Northwest.
Send lor Catalogue
F. FRIEDLANDER CO., Jewelers.
fcipert Watea aaa Jewelry Repeirlag.
IIS Washington Bftwee tth ad 6la Bta,
Perfected After Years of Testing
A One Rorw Motor Cultivator and a All Par
pom ill.l1. Power Pl.at that Goes from- Job te
Job MltaOwa Power.
WENTWORTH & IRWIN, INC
Second Street at Tartar
Wben answering those ads. mention this paper
loll of if onor
"From Over There"
General Pershing's Official Reoart
The following casualties nre reported
by I be comiiiMnrling jreueral of the
An.erican Expcdilionary l'lircesl
Died of Wounds 2
liicil from Aciiilnet and Other
. Causes .'. ?
Jied from Disenso
Mis-si. ig in Action
l;ii.elerii.iiied) . 17 I
: 131 !
Died of Wouads
Jane's K Fields, Portland Or.
Joel H I.nivrence. iiMeneiidenct"
Died from Accident and Otlicr Cauies.
Sgt Marshall F Hla:i.li,nd Seattle
luck Arnold, Saa Marco, Tex.
Time,' H Brown. Rellview Iowa.
Michael S. Sullivan, Hudson Mass.
Marvin G. Winters, Smith Mills X
Pvt Marshall A Cobbc
The mica in Mica Axle
Grease fills up all rough
ness in spindles and bear
ings, keeps them cool,
slippery and smooth at
glass. Then the grease
works better and lasts
twice as long. No hot
boxes. Just like patting
ball bearings on your
wagon. Ask your dealer.
Buy by the pail
ITANDASD oil company
R. 11. CAMPBELL, Special Agt, Standard Oil Co Salea
Bay L. Farmer Hdw. Co, Salem, Ocrgtm
hot L. Pcarce It Bm, Salem, Oregon
Sslen Hardwars Co, Salem, Oregon
You Cant Break 'Em!
Gt Sprint with written guaranta far rear.
15.000 Sprints a Slock. Portlml. Ore.
Room. II per dr rid up. Speck) nonthlr rata,
Out-of-town visum mad ta feel at ham.
Southern Facine aleetrie train depot in hoi
btilkiinr. J. W. BUSHONG, Manager.
Est Alder Bt.eor.4th.. PORTLAND. ORE.
AMERICAN and CHINESE DISHES.
Sank at all boon. Musi and Dam-In. Hat
your friend be rJ muaj jaar itj in Portland.
Upstair, Comer liroadwaj and Washington St.
At HEILI8 THEATER p
the Blrpvt American and European Nov! tie.
Er SUN, MON,TUES, WED.
Mt Dally. 10c to 50a Nlirhta. 10c ta H.00
Hall Order Cfraa IaawdUt Atteatloa.
De Laval Separators
Errrthinf for the
Dairy, Creamery and Cheese
Uutnbuton ot lllii jjiui.uii nus m
acmFfecu?!1'1? iI'"'i'V; , r
MfHAOKaOKma ,. "T "'"'"""'y v'",tl'! 1 ,
EMPIRE M1UUNG Mcaiae . 1 Saturday and Sunday. !
Writ for price or Inform,
culumbla uaikt supply CO., I
K-U Front St,
Uiftes! Pried, trmtTq
CASH BUYERS OP
PORTLAND, ORE. Veal and Hog.
Creamer and Offices, Front and Ankanjr Sta.
THE BEST EATS IN THE CITY
St. Nicholas Cafeteria
1 128 Sixth Street. Portlaad, Orerea.
Bee what yon want and pa for what you ret.
Corp William R St John, L'nionville
Willie Allen, Memphis Tenn.
( ha vies If Clay, Norfolk Va.
Angido Di.nnlo. Pittston Pa.
T.'iirhnael P Elsen Seymour Wis.
Frank V Juigens, Stwkton Iowa.
Wiler Lewis, Wann Okla.
Joseph II O'llourke, Stockton Cal.
Angelo Palermo, Long Island Citv
William Rogers, New oYrk N.Y.
William Smith, New Orleans I.a.
Frederick Thome, New York N Y.
Herbert-A Wood. Portland Or.
Albert Cooper, a young boy of Cot- i
tage Grove, wa8 seriously burned about j
Ihe hands and fai-e when he picked up
a bi ttle of cari olic acid that had been I
. Iiiiumi into the back yard of his home. '
: .-. i.,,-o, '''
ed home from franco with a paralyzed
T T , - , 11 : 1
1 n i-iii Hit CL'na wiiiti iln.l iiA'ii'n rti Sr.
a" li's valuables and sou-
jvenirs which he cherished were stolen
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
H. Pshl ft Son, Salem, Oregon
Lilly Hdw. Co, Stnyton, Oregoa
. Capital Journal Special Service.)
MehMtia. Ore, Sut., April 1. liUs.
James Siddall, sou cf Mr. aud Mr. J. A.
sidda'l, returned the latter part ul this
week from Camp Lewis where ho was
: training for I'utle Saiu. He scut
nearly three uioutlii in the hospital hav
iiil! pneumonia and also ta eraiio un
his leg which had been broken. Mr.
and Mrs. Siddall cave lout- sons to tUt
service of their country, one Doi.ald go
ing to France. ,
Airs. Chas. Boiley aud two children,
Catherine and Waynard. from Yanrou
ivcr. Wash., were overnight gmats ur Mr.
'and Mr. Salvor. The Baileys formerly
j Mr. T. V. Taylor returned to Wood
burn yesterday after spending a few
days on his ranch near here.
l.raiiapn linmn of Lyons is slow ly re- inj, M.riod. and which involves an en
eoveriiiK from hi accident of li.st week.', iuwu.t fund of 30,lH0 for Willam-
A leg rolled on him breaking Ilia ankle'
and one f inner. Dr. Beaucnau.p is in to H,emi faster with his father, Mav
att. ndance. or j. Adams.
Favorable re)orts come from the Mer- Katheriue Slade of Salem is visitina
ry hospital in Koseburjr. One where Mrs. ' frjerj,i9 jn jno citv.
li. B. Karly went with her sma.i son ( c Walf returned Wetlm sdav from
six weeks ago, the child having under- s. business trip to Portland,
went tn operation. j rs. Chet Waleott and Gertrude
K. O. l.ec, a brother of Mrs. I. A. gmith wcre ia Salem Thurs.lav.
Dixon or the aieliania Hotel, a recent
arrival from Detroit, Mich., says "To
the Kaiser with the ruin."
B. F. lteringer, who had both legs
broken in a runaway l'ridiiy uisht, is
resting as well as could be expected un
der such conditions. Mrs. lioringer is
improving, she receiving minor Injuries.
I Mr. 0. L. Morris returned to his work
at Vancouver, Wash., after a few days'
visit with his family here. Mr. Morris
had a long siege of the flu in the winter
but has regained his usual good lualtli.
! SILVERTCN NEWS
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
, . Sihertoii. Or., April 14. Dr. 11. W.
jStoolliamiiier has been visiting his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Steelhaminer
; of this citv for a few days. Dr. kSteel
I hammer recently returned from over-
seas, und lias decided to engage in tho,
practice or hum iciiie in cnstern uirrfn.
i-eputy assessor a. i ,v.n .s Kn.u
Ion the iob niuking his annual
Visiting Knights of Pythhis lodge of ,
Portland, Aurora, Salem and Hubbard
,.il.wl tl.n MMvnrro,, l.ulu,. Tlllirs.lllV
evening, and assisted in secona and,
third rank work. After the wo.a was
" " ""
ea- . '
Tho teacliers' institute neiu in inc
high school building" (Saturday,, was
largely r.ttemled and proven to bo a
very upsticressful meeting. -
Miss Miuu Hubbard and Miss Kauch
of Salem were in the city over Sunday.
John Stcelhunimer and fumliw of
Woodlmrn visited in the city with rel
atives Sunday, 1
Harvey Fischer Is visiting with
friendi in I his city.
Vivian Creamer Dorothy llulibs, Nel-1
lie Buck and Virgil Iluddleston were
Sulem isitors Mondr.T. 1
ine rsuver inns iimuer eoiupauy put
on a night crew Monday A large force
il l. it'll urrivtMi ui un; ruv niiiuiun.r iv
begin work in the mills and camps.
L. B. Wydell was n Salem visitor
Hem David spent IV few day. in Sil-1
verton Inst week. . '
W. K. I.oughmiller is making repairs
on his North Water street mill. Henry
Fnuer is making the changes for him.
Mrs. Rov Russell came tip from her
home In Portland Thursday reinrningi
Mis. A. D. Carpenter of Futleiton,
Cal., is here for a visit at tho home of 1
her brother and family, Nels Langsnr.
Mr. Carpenter arrived here Wednesday 1
Mr. and Mrs. John Karstetter
notli critically 111 at ineir some on
woutli Water street. ftir. rvarstetier
was stricken with heart troublo Sunday
evening. Tuesday Mrs. Knmtotter be
came very ill with a very severe case
of erysipelas and Mr. Karsteitm con
tracted the disease from Ms wii.
T. L. Stewart returned from Portland
Wednosduy evening where he ass ien
with his little daughter, Mable, who
has been critically ill.
Miss Louise Fischer is visiting her
'father, Louis Fist-hcr, over 8aturdarnd
Aflrmm is home from T. of O
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w.."'mf V -'.. it ?. I y- iAf ii- ...., 1 1 4.J.. i i
Vl, ,w iv'v;- .'(Jt
V I jungle courtship
: l lie Koiuaiice
The Concluding Chapter of "Tarzan of thi Apes" Coming to Te Liberty Wed
nesday, April 23rd for Four Days.
A grand get together meeting and
hanqunt of the alumni, former students
S:t, friends of Willamette university
has been .planned, to le hold at the
First Methcdtsf aurrhin 7'ortlaml on
Tuesday evening. May (1, at which there
i promise not only of a rare treat ill
edibles but a r-und of jtootl fellowship,
remiuisoonce and oratory. Dr. IViney
will lie among -the speakers and it is
ejpeeted that Governor OVott will de
liver a brief address. At this meeting
plans niav be disrussod reardiug; the
proposed eelebration of the 7 ." t h anni
versary of the opening of Willamette
Announcement ha Just been mad
that a final settlement has been majo
in the Vpmeyer estate, in which there
has been a friendly eontroversr for A
Latest reports gay that Mrs. Karstet
ter is iniproviiiK, but Mr. Karstetter's
condition is serious. John Karstetter
of Pnrtlnnrl n,l tl C. Karstetter of Ta-
cyma wcrp caUoil home , fir8t n
the week on Recount of tho parents' ill
ness. Miss Edna Morbock of Sherwood ar
rived in Hilverton Saturday fof a visit
with her friend. Miss Ola Bowen.
Mrs. C. 1'. Slade will leave Sunday
for a visit with her parents at Grants
A reception was given Mrs. C. P.
Slade Saturday afternoon by Miss Frio
Ida Mcl'lnine aud Mrs. Chas. Reynolds.
I About 40 guests w ere present, w ho w ere
I entertained by bridco whist.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Olive K Knright to T. J. BliKli, part
of lots fl and 7, block 23.
j(j,0)ln l)orB ,o J. 11
Reros . gllImu,i Brown t,iainli
5 2 W.
Jlur-V E- nyM to L. N. Childs, lot,
1. 2, 11. 12, block 5, Pleasant Home
A c. Brigmnn to Clarence Burr. 71.-
()8 ims in UentY , ; a,,...;.,-
!il "it.s.a w
v- j ' mn ( v lr
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1,1 '"'Kenson to rj. H. Hulin
i., .7. "
0 p Hutchison to John Likuskv, lots
n am, 12i g(,(.tioil V9 l
.acres in J. M. Howell homestead
tion 8 9-1 K.
W. H. Drake to Kdmiind Olson, 10
acres in F. L. Coon claim 6 1 W.
Kmma A. Russell to R. I. Russell, fil
acres in J. Browa claim 61 W.
Samuel A. HofeT to J. N. Sehnpider,
SS9.78 acres as part of the donation
claims of Peter' Vlnnrd ond Daniel
Murphy, 4 2 W. 'Als0 lots 2, 3, 4, 5, sec
tion 7-4-2 K, in ('has. Duprcv einiin,
consisting of 37 acres. $L'P,000.
W. B. Gibson to LeRov Hewlett, jmrt
Of lots 6 and 7, block 86, Salem.
Josephus Blair to Helen R. Hedine,
lot 18, Hollywood,
At P.rnimm in l,.- T. ir.....
1(lt ,,,H(,k Plv(,npor, A,illl1011 to'
n C. Brown to Albert vtmhkowskv.
:)(4 . Kli Cool(.r. Mm 5., w.
T Tj Thuemler to T. J. Norton, lots
2, 4, 5, block 4, Wolfers Addition, Hub-
F. J. Norton to Mao Crittenden, lots
S, 4, 5, , block 4, Wolfer's Addition
Hubbard. 400. .
Hannah R. Carter to W. H. Street, 3
acres in tract No. 2, Kaizer Fruit
D. A. Lnrmer tn F. M. irown, lot
5, block C, J. R. Smith Addition.
W. M. Cobnrn to J. M. Coburn, 33.07
'acres in section 11 12 1.1 14, 8 fl TV,
I T u rv..:.. ti,...ii, ......l..
I C. Y. Lansing to T. B. Morgan, lot
,12, Claggette Fruit & Garden Tracts,
I C. F. Lansing to Kffle Moigan, lols
P. 10, 11. Clnggett'a Fruit k C.nrden
R. A. Auhmond to Madie M. Fake,
lot 20, Pmith FGniit Farm No. 2.
I A. L. Smith tn D. T. Oorslme, 10..T
aeres adjoining F. D. Gizer claim, 7-3
M. M. Johnson to W. E. Hansen, lots
1 arid 2, Oaks Addition, Salem.
re' tiJ it
'7 j va
t m rt .
v I hot waTer
XZUA Sure Relief
ette university. It will be remembered
that, this amount of property was do
nated iu the Vpmeyer estate, but the
university was unable at oace to a
qnire title on account of a minor claim
iu the property held in the form of
perpetual right of way by a certain
party.- This ha been at last adjusted
so that the university will hold title
and receive an annual Income from
Robert Larue, formerly with the
Mover dennrtment atora and mora rn.
1 eeritly in service in the navy, has re
cently became associated with the Sa
lem Kleetrie eompany and will have
charge of the store's decorations.
I Much favoraAlo comment was made
Saturday on the window decorations
.of the store for the Kpicial concerts
given Saturday afternoon and eve
Ining. The annual opening of the Suletn
j Kleetrie company was well attended
!Dota attornoon and evening Saturday,
I notwithstanding the unfavorable weath
er. Among the soloists Saturday eve
'ning were Miss l.ucile Barton, Mrs. F.
IP. Harlan. R. D. Barton and F. 8.
Barton. Miss Dotson accompanied.
O. Empey who for the past year has
been employed ty a local transfer com
pany, has gone into the hauling busi
ness for himself. He has lust luirclias-
Ifl li.-. t lnlmul.i.in.l i,,,.k
from J. E. Scott & Co. local Inter
national distributors. Mt. Enipey
satisfied there is a good opening in
tins line of business and as soon a tho
business develops, will add other
High wind and the breaking of a
post that held guv wires caused a dam
age of about if-oiM) Saturday afternoon
when the three smoke stacks of the
SpaiiKling Logging company fell. Tho
si rong wind was Irom the south aoout
1:30 Saturday afternoon and when tho
'post gave way, the throe smokestacks
j crumpled up, f nluiif to tho north.
Fireman Ed Ainsworth had a narrow
escape as ho had Just stepped away
from tho boilers when the stacks fell.
It will require several days for straight
ening out the smoke stacks, each VH
feet by 34 inches and during this time
the saw null will bo closed.
Banks report that it is the heavy in
vestors who aro buying iiTftli liberty
bonds todav. That is, those who buy
iu $101111 Kits, and from this figure
up to lOOO each. Very few small in
vestors have as yet made purchases.
Report comes from Woodburn that one
of the banks has taken half of the
loan quota of that eity aud that tl
ntlier 'hnnlr t.here had rnxcn 'no action
tho cashier was absent, lit. Angel
I has also gone over tho top as tho
I' banks have taken its quota.
The price of being caught while
speeding in Snleiu varies, Sometimes
jit is 15 but it is generally $10. Alden
'Roberts came in to the citv recorder's
'nffti.n tin. tmtriiiiH! .mill nlelld rroiltV
, , m r n -
'and was given the minimum of $.1.
Three other speeders euiiglil ounuay
communed Ui eticii. I . b. uaviuson
was not satisfied that ho was exceed
ing the spwd limit and a jury will be
drawn this afternoon to decide wheth
er Mr. Davidson did or did not ex
ceed the speed limit.
Attention O. A. R. Member or becjge
wick post will assemble at the Oregon
Electric passenger depot Tuesday lnorn-inu-
Auril 22 nt 10 o'clock to attend the
burinl of the widow of our lute com
mander, W. J. Bovee. Interment will
be in tho G. A. R. circle o JTie City
View cemetery. D. Webster, adjutant.
Supt. J. A. Churchill, of the depart
ment of Public Instruction, is spending
the week In Baker county, visiting tho
TJut. Mevers and Harold Butter-
worth were up from the Agricultural
college for a week-end visit with Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. Vau Doru,
Mrs. Carl G. Douey Is reported as be
ing again on the Salem sick list.
Homer O. Tanker, who Is majoring In
natural sciences ut Willamette iJntver
sity, has recently received word from
the head of the department of physics
nt the Vniversity of California that lit
lias been recommended for tho position
of an assistant in that department next
year. He has decided to accept and
will enter upon his duties some lime in
the month of August.
t Tk Capital Journal $
t Daily Market Report J
Wheat, soft white $2
Wheat, lower grades on sample
Outs - B0c
llay, cheat - $-4
Hav, oats . !
Barley, ton tWaS!)
Mill run 43(al4c
Creamery butter 5MiW'c
Pork, Veal and Mutton
Pork on foot - IS'jC
Veal, fancy 18ft 21c
Steers - -. 7ft'10c
Cows - 5ta!c
Spring lamlis Me
Lambs, yearlings 10(i 13c
ggs end Tout try
Egs, eaih 41c
Hens, live 28(a30c
Old rooster , , 15
Radishes, doz 3r
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
Quick Reference To Firms That Gif2 Service On Short
Where Buyer And Seller Sleet We
Recommend Our Advertisers.
Salem Kleetrie Co.
water C03LPAN y
3ALEX WATER OiiPANT Offiee
enrner Commercial and Trade streets
Bilk payable monthly ia advance.
SHEA REPAIRS all kinds of furni
ture if broken or out of repair; up
holster repairs made. Shop 352 Che
nieket St. between Commercial end
Liberty. Phone 1S1. 4 28
FOR SALE 120 acre of No. 1 land
located 6 miles from Salem, on good
road, in good location, good house
and barn and othtr buildings, farm
implements, 4 horses, 5 cows, 6 year
lings, 50 head of hog round" 500
cords of wood ready cut, all at a
bargaiu. Write M V care Journal.
FOR SALE A good double team bar
ness, will trade for hay or grain,
or will exchange for good dry wood
See Square Deal Realty company.
90 acres, 70 tillable, 1,000,000 ft.
saw timber, 3 miles from railroad, 30
miles from Portland, adjacent to im
proved farms; will trade for acreage
or rnnch not over $6500; price on
HO acres $4000.
117 acres bottom, 60 cultivated, good
improvements, 3 miles from town,
$7o per acre.
100 acres, 00 cultivated, fair improve
ments, 1 miles from town, $83 per
80 acres all cultivated, one of finest
improved farms in Linn county, 3ft
miles from town; e real city homo on
tho farm, only $14,000.
HiO acres, one of best equipped dair
ies in Polk county, all cultivated,
close to school and town, or rock
roud; 100 acres in spring grain; full
equipment goes, $125 per aero,
365 acres, all cultivated; number ono
modern house and barn, we'll fenced,
3 miles from town, tenont house on
main road; $"." per acre.
50 acres, good house, Ibarn; all culti
vated, 4Vj miles from Salem; $100
10 acres, all cultivated, house, 1 acre
prunes, 3Vj miles from town, $2000.
13 acres, 6 in 8 year old prunes, 0
in 8 year old cherries; small house,
10 acres nil cultivated, fenced, fin
est view, $1300.
800 acres cut over lands, all seeded,
well watered; $20 per aero on easy
70acre, 50 good tillable land, 3
miles from Mulino; will trade for
acreago, city residence or take auto
as part pay.
S acres all good garden land, for
rent on share, delivorcd.
' For boat buys see
Swoet potatoes .... - eoyjO
Potatoes $1.25ft 1.73
Onions, local $.1(n)4
Turnip 2 3 4c
Head lottuce $4.25(4.75
Beets - - 8e
Onuliflowcr, flats $2(3.2.23
Winesup apples, box $4.50
Celery, crate $10
Lemons, box -$59
Florida grape fruit, case $7(u8
Black fi;js lb .. 16(u18e
White figs, lb. . 19( 20e
Package figs per Ix SO pkg $4(a6.!0
flofley, extracted 20e
Eggs, dozen .. .. 4."c
Creamery butter 6.1c
Hour, hard wheat $3.15(u.3.25
Portland, Or., April 21. Butter, city
r ggs selected local ex. i.nwlie
Cheese, triplets 3"(aMo
DAILY L1VB STOCK MARKET
Tono of marki t steadq
Best steers $ 1.1. 7offii4 .73
flood to choico steers $1 1.50ft 12.10
Medium to goud steers $10(a ll
Fair to good steers $y(u;10
Common to fair steers $8ft 9
Choice cows and heifers $l0.50(j5
Good to ehoice cows and heifers
Medium to good eosrg and heifers
Fair to medium cows and heifert
Calves $ii.5(ioi H
, Blockers and feeilers $710
Tone of market higher.
Prime mixed $2o(6 $20.23.
Medium mixed $l!Kal!).50
Rough henvie. $17. 5uft 17.73
Pigs $17ft 17.50
Bulk 1 19.0ft 19.73
Torre of market steady
Prime lambs $17.5ift 18
Fair to medium lambs $16(317
127 North High..
PEOPLES FURNITURE STORE
For bargains in new and secondhand
goods for the house, furniture, rang
es, heaters and stovea rugs, sewing
machines, graniteware dishes, suit
- cases, trunk and tools. We want
your old furniture and etoves, wiS
pay you highest cash price. See sa
last Peoples Furniture Store, 271
N. Commercial St. Phone 734.
NO CASH REQUIRED Good overcoat
shoes and suits, aTt kinds ef masses
al instruments, shotguns, rifles, haa
ing stoves, gas etoves, suit ease aai
1000 other useful article te sell os,
trade. What have yout The Capital
Exchange, 337 Court St. Phone 493,
WILL BUY used furniture and pay the
highest cash price. I have new ana
used goods, shoes and clothing. Bo
fore buying or selling call up J. A.
Rowland, phone 1(1, or call at 247,
N. Commercial St.
THE 80LDIER BOYS-d'ool and bil
liard parlor is now 'open under aew
- management and it renders you and
the general public a eongenial place
to pass away J"cw leisure hoars.
The basement of Oregon Kleetrie
depot, corner of State and High.
Phone 628. Wm. Livock, prop. S i
4TOVE8 REBUILT AND REPAIRED
50 years experience, Depot, Netioaal
and American fence.
Sixes 2G to 58 ia high
Paints, oil and varnish, ete
- Loganberry and hop hooka. j
Salem Fence and Stove Works.
230 Court street Phone 124.
J. A. Rowland Furniture Store
Buys, sells and exchange new and
2nd hand furniture. All kinds of
repair work, light grinding, filing,
and brazing a specialty. Right
prices. 347 North Commercial UX.
SALBM SCAVENGER Oarbag aafl
refuse of all kinds removed on month
ly contracts at reasonable rate.
Cess pools cleaned. Dead animal re
moved. Office phone Main, 1B7
KNIOHTS OF PYTHIAS MEET Al
McCornack ball on every Tuesday
at 8. P. Andresen, C. 0. F. J. Enafat
t, R. k 6.
ROYAL Neighbors of America, Ore
gen Grape camp No. 1300 meet every
Thursdny evening in MoCornack hail
Elevator service. Oracle, Mrs. Car
rlo E. Bunn, 648 Union St.; recor
der, Mrs. Melissa Persons 1413 M,
4th St. Phone 1436M.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMEEICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. (240 sneta
every Thursday evening, It e'eloek
in McCornack hall, ovar lieyens
tore. Kay A. Grant, V. C; f. A.
0NITED ARTISANS Capital Asset
bly No. 84 meet every Thursday at
8 p. m. in Masonic Tcuple. Olena
0. Niles, M. A.; C. A. Vibbert,
secretary, 340 Owen; street.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Oood ReJ Estate Security
THOfl. K. FORD
(.er Ladd ft Bush bank; Salem Oregoa
FEDHRAL FARM LOANS-5 per
cent interest. Prompt service. 34V4
years time. Federal farm loan bonds
for sale. A. C. Bodirnstcdt, 401 Ma
sonic Temple, Salem, Oregon.
INSURANCE COUNCIL "For free la
formation about Life Insurance see
.T. F. Hutchason, dist. manager for
the Mutual Life of N. Y., office at
371 State St., Salem, Or. Office
phone 99 residunco 1300. tf
HOP LEE, expert Jaundryir.au, 43$
Ferry St. I pay top market price for
chickens and eggs. Office phoae
1339J, residence 1333J. tf
Our Prices are Right
W. M. ZANDER, Proprietor
1255 N. Summer Street, Salem, Oregoa.
STEWART'S REPAIR SHOP nave
just installed a machine that will
sharpen lawnmowers the same a the
factory puts them out new. Bring
all your light repair work to me. AJ
vin B. Stewart, 317 Court St. Phone
Al! kind of auto repairing by aa ex
perienced workman. All work guar
anteed to be satisfactory. Stodebak
er repairs a specialty, D, B, Matt,
2G3 N. Commercial