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tttf. DATIV CAPTTAT, JOURNAL. SAT .EM. OREGON. WEDNESDAY. MAY 7, 1919.
UNUSUAL VALUES IN
Army Shoes in the "Indian Brand" Mrnson last broad toes and comfortable.
Come s in tan uppers, Goodyear welt oak soles, and the easy soft box tip, at
$6.00 to $8.00
. Our shoes range in lasts from the extreme English, sharp toed to the most
conservative broad Munson for the working man. If you have shoe troubles
bring them to our expert shoe man, he will please you at once.
Our prices are all moderate as we bought last fall for the entire year,
week shoes advanced from 50c to over $1.00 per pair so why wait.
SEE OUR WINDOWS FOR QUALITY AND SERVICE.
Salem Woolen Mills Store
HALLS FERRY NEWS.
(Capital Journal Special Soryice.)
Halls Ferry, Or., Mny 7. A wetiumg
uiiusii:;l interest took place av tne
liivorsido school house SntttruH, urvi'i
j ig, May .", when Miss Arlono Grosfiaw
became the bride of M. Parsegian of
Orville. About 1U0 guests Were present '
t.r the ceremony which was performed wa!t the policy ftdvocateu iy wesae
l.v the Rev. Hawthorn, pastor of the ; Juntos, yet at no time during his career
I ivesley church. Miss Louise a'roshnw, was tu. government facing any crisis
'sler of the bride, and tlf-ii Du.gger, , nor Kt no time did lie have but a hand
Mce, n bridesmaid and best man, while ful of followers, nor was it noc.essary
l.llle Maxine IVltyjiilni took the part of for spenkers such as Mayor Hanson to
f oiver girl stump the country warning lire psyplo
Afier llie weilding the giiesri were against the doctrine which Jesse Jiiines
eotei mined by the KiverUale quartet, tdvocate. Do the bolsheviki make wo
.:nging several beautiful selections. Mr. men common property as the mayor
r.iid Mrs. llnrry Ihnvman snng a (Met says? Commoii sense and reason tells
i liirh w:is greatly enjoyed by til. I up they do not. liiiinan nature is much
The bride is the oldest dauginrr Of'lho suuio the world over and any gov
fir. ami Mrs. E. T. froslmw, a well re- eminent that would dare issue audi n
Kiccii il and prominent family of this decree would not last 24 hours, yet the
I lace and her winsome personality and bolsheviki have been in the saddle for
t. mny disposition has iiiiidc her very over two years end are appartnetly
opultir and well-liked Ly till who know , growing stronger. If bolslievisnt is wlial
1 er. Mr. 1'arsegiau is employed by the he says it is then Mr. Hanson need have
Oregon Electric company at Orville, al :no fear, the American people will have
liieh place the young couple expect to
like tln'ir future home,
llnrry Ilovvnuiii, Who h:is been work
ig on the Ilorst ranch in 1'uik roiiutv.'of people ure making it might after all
I :is returned to the neighborhood and is ,le worth our while to investigate.
Moving into the Hiiffum house near the j ' '
M.'V.mhI real estate di ale Lave been I
ROLL OF HONOR
t :.;:de in the district this spring and thel
1 eii' iKor :r,od is rninuIV tilling til) WItll
1 .-hi .oners. 'AmoiiL' the ir.te srnvnis arc
.1. Wnlker i.iid fumilv and J. t. Anuer-
son of Minnesota. The former pmelias-
i . - .1... i' L-...:1. ..It.An a.1.11 Kl r A ...
reisin lii.s hecomc owner ot hip j. v..
1 hIIii farm.
Mrs. Z.iok of Vitae Sjni.iKs h.-.s moved
i.itr. ihe Wliitmnre resilience, she havinifi
i. ... i ii. ..t ir.,.i f,.,m l,o If Ivor-1
view Land comnnny.
I'ro.l'cts for bumper crops were aov
e better in this distiu t, sown griiin
1 .oks unusually good.
What is bolihevisni? Does any one
r.-allv know? Mavor Ole Hantoa of S-
cuickly help to strengthen
the digestion, stimulate the
liver, regulate the bowels
and improve the health
by working with nature.
Lrtf S.U arf Amy MeifiHaf la tt.. Wort J.
Sli irlr,k. U BSM, IS.
We carry caly the best slices in slock that does not
mean they are high ia price. They are not
We fcaye men's dress and work shoes in better Yalaes
for the same money than yea pay elsewhereand you
get added Service. -
We have the popular "Just Eight" shoe. It comes in
Cocoa Brown, Cherry Red, Cordovan and Belmont in
the popular English lasts and in the more conserva
tive shapes for those who prefer them. Priced from
$7.50 to $11.00
Red Wing the new "crack proof leather shoe". It's made
of the crack proof leather that if they do "crack before
the soles wear through, we will give you a new pair." The
leather in these is very heavy, are double vamp uppers,
reinforced throughout and double stitched. They are
best for around the barn, berry patch for all hard wear.
Priced at $3.50.
I 4t 4S
utile iii his smpcIi at San Francisco said
they are murderers, nnurcliisls and
thieves and that this coutnry is facing
a graver crisis than when tho Hun's
were thundering at the gates of I'm is.
If they ure murders and thieves, why
need this country be facing so grave c
crixit The American people are not
likely to adopt any form of government
that is based on anv such a theorv. That
nothing to do with it. Hut for the "love
of MikeV tell ua the truth or nothing.
Judging from the noise a certain class
Tho following easuaities are reporteu
W the commanding general of tho
American Expeditionary Forces: ,
Killed in Action - 1
lli.i.1 t'rnm Woundtt 1
iii. .1 ....:. i.. ...,i nil,.... l
r" u oj a"' iui mm -m. i
-n 01 L-isonse .
Wounded severely - .. ,
Wounded (degree undetermined) b
Diiundi d blinhtlv 48
Missing in Action - 1
Total ..- -
Killed In Action.
Joseph Tojdowski, Buffalo IN' Y.
Died from Accident arid Otncr names.
Lorenzo D'Amico, Meriden Conn,
l.ee W Dcvereux, Ht Iouis Mo.
Itockard O Kustice, Coneordir Kan.
Hjalmar O Johnson, Chicago 111.
Died of Wounds.
Arthur ONon. Parkers Prmn" a.inn.
Died from Accident and Other Causes.
John A George, New York N Y.
Ku?dl M McKlfrcsh, Portsinooth Vn.
t'urnelius DnvenKirt, Pishdain Tcitn
Douglas D Huff, Winter Okln.
John P Davidson Tribly 1'la.
Wililam A Clidewell. Ked Level Ala.
Orzs Hawkins, Live Oiik l'Ja.
Harry Hazel Heath, Kowleshnrg W
Charles V Hcflin, Xapa Cal.
Just bring the boy in. "He will be
the man of tomorrow" and you
cannot afford to ruin his feet by
ill fitting shoes. We can show
you the proper shoe for him at a
llowurd F Encey, Oakland Cal.
George A Mullins, Tallassee Ala.
Virgil J Kundf.ll, Conner Fin.
Eugene J Uussell, New York N V.
Dniiiel C Schutte, Moristown Minn.
Ezekiel N Skipper, Tumpa Flu.
Osciir M E Thorson 8t. Paul Minn.
John Williams, Alliance Ohio.
Died of Disease,
('nil Martin Anderson, Ba'rron Wis.
Joseph Medici, Jersey City N J.
Clarence J I'eterson, Detroit Mich.
John Sutherland, Grand Island Neb.
.li-.mes H Fisk, Huntsville Alu. t
Harry O Sinter, New York N Y.
Walker E Stevens, Montgomery Ala.
John Tarris, Madisonvillo Ohio.
Joseph F Kraft, Washington Wis.
David John l'eakc, New Kochello N
Junies Gallo)s. Elizabeth City X C.
liube Glenn, Wintersville Ga.
I 'a ill Green, Newark N J.
Herbert C Gril'r'in, Youngstown 0.
John W Isenhuit, Olenvillo W Vu.
Tom Jackson, Culvert Tex.
John 11 Jeffreys, Greeiibn'o N C.
Mai hew Johnson, Clayton Ala.
John E Kern VarnvilU. R C.
Jessie Eeo, Holey Okla.
Daniel J,ii omb, Philadelphia pa.
Frank Eovett, Brunswick Me.
Clandie H McCall, Shnllotte X C.
Louis Carl Murthin, Hiiffnlo X '.
Knrnest I. Pond Xutterfarm, W Va.
William Hubert Hinith, Bridgeport
Prime Voorhees, Brooklyn N Y.
Arthur Wndc, Brookshire Tex.
MARINE CORPS CASUALTIES
The following casualties are reuorted
by the commanding general of the!
Aniorii.au KrtiAl i I intta,. IViroft. I
L-:n...i ;.. ..
iwueu in icimn v
j-ieu ot ounus neceived in Action 1
aliasing in Action .. 2
. 7. 7, Iwrige earners is of supreme internaliom
Killed In Action. ,,l importance. "
Corp Howard Hwier Dorsey, West: j ulir .onid not be regarded merely
I'hilndelph.r. Pa. a romnittlV,tr t Mtu.U, of commerce.
hdwnrd George Applebee, Flint Mich.. Guarantees Provided.
Kalpli Orien Hill. J'ots.lam N Y.
James K Phnlen, nirngo tit.
uiea or wounas.
gr jiienaei .ios miner, iic
Martin Peterson, Minneapolis
Jack Ittniforth, New VorK I
Kenneth J Jacobsun, fu't .ae Cilv
Dewey J Jones, Dover Ohio.
Patriek A Kennedy, Richmond Va.
Joseph Allen Mulford, Taemna Wash.
John Kartholomew, Maple Lake Minn
John Maxwell Utearns, Syracuse N Y.
Hert Thonirs Sutton. Milwnimm 1S.
Knvmond Stacv Thorn, Philadelphia
Fred Albert Whitson. Louisville Ky.
( Roecburg Kevie )
Robert C. Paulas, sisnsr of the
Salem Fruit Vrti' n, a thoroughly ex
perience.! fruit and produce nun and
one of the organisers of the .North
wen .Prune Grown association, arriv
ed in the city last evening from Cali
fornia where he has been jeakinjr e
fore the growers and incidentally stak
ing a study of the marketing problem
in that locality, whirk knowledge and
experience is to be utilitod to the
growers best interests in this and oth
er Oregon communities, where organi
zations are to become affiliated with
the Northwest Prune Growers assoeia
tion, when this protective organization
is finally and definitely formed.
Sjieakiujr of the prune industry, the
topic of much conversation loca'ly,
Mr. Paulus stated that from SO.OWl to
100,000 acres of bearing prune groves
were controlled by the California rruit
, Growers association. "In the Santa
it'lara valley district,' said tho fruit
jman, "the average yield is one ton of
prunes to the acre and in other dis
tricts ui rououia count v ! in tnc vv
jcinitr of the city of Chieo, the oreh
lards average from two to ui ton to
the acre. There are SO.WXI acres of
lyoung prime irees coming 11110 war
ling and a big per rentage of these ore
located in the Nanta tiara valley.
About S5,lhW,000 pounds of prunes
were marketed in the state of Califor
nia last year and when the young or
chards come into bearing within the
next three years, the growers) without
exaggeration, figure on marketing ap
proximately 0d,(Kl0,OUO pounus.'
Without employing a great mental ef
fort it ran be readily computed that
the marketing problem is on enorm
ous proposition and without affiliation
and coin-rote orgnnimtiou serious loss,
low ami inadequate prices and eut
rates would be the. result, nud to erad
icate these and other just as vexing
problems the fruit grower naturally i
faces tho Northwest Prima. Growers as-
(Continued from page six)
or to any of the allied or associated
powers without customs or transit du
ties. Goods leaving the free zones for
consumption in Germany and fcv. ds
hroiight into tho free zones from Ger
many shall bo subject to the ordinary
import and export taxes. Tho Kibe,
from tho junction of the Vltava, the
Vltava from I'rage the Oder, from
Oppa, tho Niciucn from Grodno and
the Danube, from I'lm, arc declared in
ternationalized. Danube Commission Revived
The European Danube commission
iiMismimes its pre war powers, but for
the time being with representatives of
Great Britain, France, itah-nnd Hon-
ninnia. riie upper Danube is to be ny
ministered tiy a new international com-
mission, iwmiw i" nmccii uuuer
tho central commission to meet in
strassbourg within six months utter.
fioi.tion t welro. Illeleinin i to hs
I permitted to D.uild a deep draft Rhino-
i n ,.,,i if .i,n .n j n. .in,m
twenty five years. Interested uiorl
'nv.,m1,..,t. n,v. ,nnr.,t . w,,nn..t'Prman ships and goods mndc ly any
! v... ......
Meuso canal. Germany in addition to1" ' " ur r.. .... in
most favored nation treatment on her fllUp reserve the right to examine all
raihvays, agreed to cooperate in the
establishment of throuch ticket servie-
es for passengers nud baggage to in- r "'."' " ' , Vrmsn " " , " , V
sure commiinicution by rail between I e"!,c n!lM ,"'' ' h" I'"!""
llie allied, associated and other states, 8l,lon,, ot ratifications made In Paris as
The Kiel canal is to remain freo and i 00" PHsible. The treaty is to be
open to war and merchant, ships of nlt -om.- effective m all respects for each
nations at peace with Germany. AIHP0W,,r on ,hu dll,fl of '-position of its
states are to be treated on terms of nb
solute equality and no taxes are to be
imposed upon those necessary for up
keep nnil improvement for which Ger
many, is to be responsible.
Section 13. Members of the league
of nations agree to establish a per
liiuuent organization to promote inter
national adjustment of labor condi
tioi, to consist of an anmi'tl interna
tional labor conference and tn inter
national labor office. The internation
al labor office jr established at the
seat of the league of nations as part
of its organization. On complaint that
any government has failed to carry out
11 convention to which it is a party, tho
governing 'bodv mav make inquiries di
ll ectly to that government and in case
the reply is unsatisfactory, mny puo
lish the complaint with comment. The
matter may be taken to a permanent
court of international .justice jfor final
decision. The chief reliance for secur
ing enforcement of the law will be
publicity with a possibility of econom
ic a'-'tinn in the background. The first,
meeting of the conference will take
plaee in October, lll, at Washington
to diseus the ei;!ht hour day or 41
hour week; prevention of unemploy
ment; extension and application of the
international conventions adopted at
llerne in I'.'H'l, prohibiting might work
for women and the use of white phos
phorus 1n the manufacture of matches
ami employment of women and chil-
, . ... t.
' dren at
maternity bmi-fit. and on to children
nmiir n, iti iinnetuinv worn.
.,,; ...inimnm Nine nrinci
f r, eenditions are recognized
on the ground that "the well being,
i,,-.;..il un.l niorule of the industrial
Seetion 14. As a guarantee for the.
I exeeution of the treaty, German tern-
ti)n. ,() (h(, WPBt ,)f ,hp KllillCt together
j,,, ,,, ))ridgehesds, will be oecupted
bv allied and associated troops for fif-1 ,,J,7.
teen vears. If the conditions are faith- Hay, oats &
full" carried out by Germany certain ''"'''V. ton ......
dl.triet. ioelndiuff the brbfcrhead of;"-1" run -. .. WtH
..'. - mi i... r ..i . ...
IIIIJUI1I, Will lit I 'll Hill' Ml I".- '
piration or live j-cars; ceitain otncr
ilistricts, in.luding the bridgehead of
r1.. 1.1.,, iv nnil the territories neftrest the
Helirian'frontier will be evacuweii after
ten vears and the remainder, including
tl,e t.rohreliead of Mainz, will be evncu
nted after fifteen years. In ense the i Cows -..
inter-allied reparation communion rnds Hpring lambs
that Germany hr.s failed to observe the , f-'es
v.lii!e or port of her obligate, itner(Hh,,P. yearlings .
' . ... 1 k.tum ft
during the occupation or after the lit-
IS A BIO PROBUH'
ocia!ion, tributaries ly amaller organ
isations, anch as the DunIas County
Prune Growers organization and other
1 ke eounty assoostions in Oregon,
Washington and Idaho, ta to fee form
ed to protect the interest of the krow
er, by experienced and talented busi
ness men, well versed in all branches
if the prune industry who r to en
deavor to secure the full market value
It is estimated that from 95,000,000
to 10O.GOO.0t tounds of prunes an ex
ported yearly from the United ftawes.
and in view of the exceptional export
demands this year, not overlooking the
general market competition, the Cali
fornia C rowers association will expend
the sum of $210,000 in advertising nd
cxteututtu work, while California rais
in growers will espend the sum of
450,000 in depicting their turn kissed
product, tho acreage of which has Been
doubled in the last three or four yean
and is increasing at the astonishing
rate of 25,000 acrea every twelve
months. Extensive advertising and
skillful merchandising has succeeded in
holding up the prices and clearing tip
the market bv the first el earn year.
wherea abefore the raisin growers were
organized a part of the yearly juld
was earned over until the encceeding
year, waiting a short crop. Aecording
to Mr. Paulus, the prune growen in
this and other sections can do the same
thing to a marked degree of success,
but not while unorganized ts they have
been in the past. Therefore it is vital
ly essential that the local growers be
come affiliated with the Douglas Coun
ty Prune Growers association, thus as
suring its success and the uece-s of
the prune industry in this eommuuity.
The Douglas county organization i to
become affiliated with tho Northwest
l'riine Growers association.
Mr. Paulus will depart tonight for
hit home t Halem and will return, so
he announced today, to assist in the
organization of tho Douglas rouMy as
iHiwiation ot prune growers wiiea m
fcne is ripe.
teen years have expired, tho whole or
part of tho areas specified will bo ro
occupied immediately. If bifo'O the
expiration of the fifteen year Germany
I complies with all the treaty undertnk-
inj,Sl the occupying forces will lie with
drawn immediately. All German troops
at present in territories to the east of
the new frontier shall return as soon as
the allied and associated governments
Huns Agree To All.
All questions regarding occupation
not provided bv the treaty will he reg
ulated by a subsequent convention or
conventions which will have similar
forco and effect.
Section 13. Germany agrees to roc
Agnize the full validity of tho treaties
cf peace and additional conventions to
be concluded by the allied and nssocnit
f(1 p(pwcrs wjtn the powers allied with
f,,riimny, (0 ngree to the decesions to
1)0 (lkl11 a to ,1C territories of Aus
tria Hungary, Bulgury and Turkey and
, , n,r0giiize tho new etates in the
frol,tj,.rK to be fixed for them.
((or,m,nv agrees not to put forward
I any pecuniary claims against any ul
li"d "d ss-ci'-1 .:.min ty,
present treaty, based ou events prcvioua
t0 the coming into force of tho treaty.
Germany accepts all decrees as to
, ... , ,i ..:- ..- rri...
j ''n "i uermnu pnza couns.
l . lao. present ireaij,
of winch the
Keep down the gopher pest with a
.22 caliber Kemington and hollow
Quickly Eased By Penstratins;
Hamlin's Wizard Oil
A safe and harmless preparation
to relieve the pains of KIiciiiiuIismi,
Sciatica, Lame back and Lumbago is
lunilins Wizard Oil. It penetrates
quickly, drives out soreness, and
limbers up stiff aching joints and
You will find almost daily uses for
it in cases of sudden mishaps or ac
cidents such as sprains, bruises, cuts,
burns, bites and stings. Just as re
liable, too, for earache, toothache,
croup and colic.
Get it from druggists for 30 cents.
If not satisfied return the bottle and
get your money back.
Ever constipated or have sick
headache? Just try Wizard t.ivrr
Whips, pleasant little pink pills, 30
For shipping liqnor into dry territory,
Joseph Eccles, president o' the Ameri
can Sugar company; John Browning,
u n .f 11., i :i,v-.ii,l.,r ftP ilia Ttri.ti'iiiiiu
Knf Rnrt J. II. Dcvinc, a Utuh pttorn
nriv Aim u r' u mu tia miiun"".
The Capital Journal
uxuj uiaj net nqiui i
Wheat, soft white 5.10
Wheat, lower gradss oa sample
Oats .. ..
Pork, VnsJ aud Mutton
Tork oa foot
18 "4 in 19c
. Kteers - - 7(u9c
Ht and Pool try
otsmal Want Aci
iuick Reference To Firms That G:ya Smiee Oa SLerf
... Where Buyer And Seller Meet We
Recommend Our Advertisers.
Salem El ec trie Co., Maaonis Temple,
XEM WATEB OnaPAJiT-Offiee
sorner Commercial and Trade streets
BUU payabla monthly la advance,
POB SALE 120 acres of Ho. 1 had
located 6 mile from Salem, on good
road, in good location, good house
nd barn and othvr buildings, farm
implements, 4 horses, S cows, 6 year
lings, SO head of hogs, round 500
cords of wood ready eut, all t a
bargain. Write M V tare Journal.
FOR SALE A good doable team ksr
Bess, will trade for hay or gnus,
or will exchange for good bry wood
See Square. Deal Bealty eompo?
2 acres all cultivated, good house,
lots of fruit; $000. easy terms.
84 acres all in erop, on paved road,
close to JSolem; $2000, ttvrir, if de
10 acres all cultivated, all fenced, 3
miles out, only 1300.
10 acres; good modern house, logans,
primes, family orchard; foJUO.
'i acres all in cultivation. 6 room
house, 2',-j acrc9 family orchard, 1
miles from Kalein; $.1500.
8 acres; 6 acres, Vj in prunes, XL ia
peaches, logang between; t acres in
maple timber; the best of river Dot
torn, on graveled road, just the place
fof an investment that will bring
rcturnb, only 1200, easy terms.
15 acres, 6 acres in 7 -year old cher
ries, 6 in 7-year old prune-, 4 straw
berries; house, barn, close in; 37o0.
18 acres, 5 acre, logans; small house;
H acres timber, close in, $:!80u,
24 acres, 10 cultivated, balance tim
ber pasture; house, barn, family
20 acfX's, l',4 miles from town, trade
for Sulem residence not over $1300.
15 acrcs all cultivated, family orch
ard, i acres strawberries, 6 acros
grain, 1 acTe potatoes, family gar
den, 5 room house. Iiarn with hay
fork, fruit house, wood shed, chick
en house; best black gravel eoil; close
to school; equipped with stock and
tools and all household furniture,
70 acres, CO tillable, 1,000,000 feet
saw timber; will trade for acreage or
Salem residence and assume mort
gage or fay cash difference.
For best buvn see
HATS BLOCKED, REPAIRED
HAT BI)CKIXG J clean ond block
ladies' and Men's hats. Just re
ceived a hat renovating machine. It
gets tho dirt, Try it once. C U.
Kllsworth, 4113 Court Ht. baleui, Or.
Hons, live 32c
Cockerels - 1MU
Radishes, doz - 30c
Onions, local o(o
Green onions doit 40c.
Turnips t He
Head lettuce I2.7fl
Beets - 3 MiC
Wlnesnp apples, box -. 5.S0
Lemons, bos o(wo
California grape fruit 46? 1.25
Black figs lb. lowlse
White figs, lb. 19(v20e
Package figs per bi 60 pkg Wfau.lMJ
Uiaey, extracted ,. . tH
Eggs, dor.on 43c
Creameiy butter eoc
Flour, h'nrd wheat 3(ji3.15
Portland, Or., May 7. flutter, city
L'ggs si'lected local ex 41(a43c
Cheese, triplets 3."(S7e
DAILY LTVT6 STOCK MARKZT
Tone of market steady
Best steers 1313.S0
Good to choice steers 11(S 11.50
Medium to good steers 9.30(nl0
Puir to good steers i(u,9
Common to fuir steers 7.50(i
Choice cows and heifers lofii II
" i to choice sows aid beifert
.umiium to food eowg and heifer
Fair to medium eows sad heiferi
H liners ')(fi4
ritockers tnd feeders ofji 8.30
Tone of maiket steady
Prime mixed l!0.-,"i 20.30
Medium mixed '.Wo. 20.25
Rough heavies 18.a3(u 1S.50
Pigs lS.30(,i 1.73
Hulk 20.25CO 20.50
Prime lamb 14&15
127 North Hijh-
DORA DEAN MeCCTannCVJl. taaer
of piano, a new and logical fcosi
for both pupil and teach w&kng
clear ail basic principles am ty
to a Buakal education, asd pS.
the "music teacher" eonwtkjsj
teach. 421 Court St. Thone 83a.
PEOPLES FURNITURE STORE
For bargains ia new sad seeeniiBsaa
goods for the house, furnitose, rang
es, heaters and B'oves, rn.es, sewing
machines, granitewarc, dishes, saSt
eases, trunks and tools. We vast
your old furniture and stoves, will
pay you highest rash price, ties as
last. Peoples Furniture Stsse, 87 1
N. Commercial St. Phone J3-1.
NO CASH REQlT.RKDjGoe4 evsreeai
shoes and suits, all kinds ef smsis
al instruments, shotguns, rifles, ksat
ing stoves, gas stoves, suit aa4
1000 other useful krticles to ewil or
trade. What have youl The CafUat
Exchango 337 Court St. Phsne 493.
THE SOUMEIl HOYS Pool bus kit
Hard piirJor is now open uiidei new
management and it rcudcre yea tad
the general public a congenial yiaea
to nata away a few leieuie kuu.
Tho -basement of Oregon Eleatria
depot, corner of State and Bla,
Phone 628. Win. Livock, po.
STOVES KEJUCILT AND KEPAtBEO
SO year experience, Depot KtlMaal
and American fence.
Sizes 26 to 58 in. high
Paints, oil and varnish, ete.
Loganberry and hop hooks.
Salem Fence and Btove Wsiks,
2o0 Court atreet, Those 124.
J. A. Rowland Furniture Stare
Buys, sells and exchanges ntns a4
2d hand furniture. All kisits eC
repair work, tight grinding,
and bracing a specialty. Bight
prices. "47 North Commeieial Kt..
SALEM SOAVKNGBB Oarlage ana
refuse of all kinds removed oa sseata
ly contracts at reasonable iates.1
Cess pools cleaned. Dead animal res
moved. Office phone Main 1(7.
HONEY TO LOAN
On Good Real Kstate Hneusity
T1W. K. HrU)
Over I.add Bush bank ; Salem sogotk
FEDERAL FARM LOANS 8 yem'
cent interest. Prompt sorvies. 3'Vtf
years time. Federal farm loss kosde
for sale. A. C. Bohrnstwlt, 491 Kw
sonic Temple. Sulcm, Oregss.
IN'Sim.VN'CB OOUNCUi-iFor tse ia
formation nbout Life Insnraaes mm
J. F. llutchnaon, dint . manager for
the Mutual Life of N. Y., otlM at
371 State St., Salem, Ore. tlftc
phone 99, residence l.Wfl. tfl
HDP LRK, expert laundrymaa, 43t
Ferry St. I psy top market prie fof
chickens and Eggs. Office fkon
l;i:iJ, reaidence 1333J.
Our Prices are Right
M. ZANDLKR, Proprklfct
1233 N. Summer Street, Salem, negoai
STBVVART'B 'RTU'ATJt HHOP-Jlars
just Installed machine that will
sharpen lawnmower, the same 4s the
factory puts them out new. JSJfaf
all your lighrepuir work to sa. Al
vin B. Stewart, 347 Court St. MMa
, . I
ALL kinds of auto repairing by ex
pcricnccd workman. All wh sa
antoed to be satisfactory. tewttix
er repairs a s'ciultyj D. U, iWir,
203 N. Commereial.
KN'IGHTS OP PYTHIAS MSN AT
MeCornnck hall on every Twwytsy
at 8. P. Andresen, C. 0. 9. J
Kuntx, K. R. B.
ROY'AIi Neighltors of America, re
goa Orapo camp So. LltiO Beet Srsry
Thursday evening in McCornMS, kail
Klevator service. Oracle, Mrs. Car
no E. Hmin, R48 1'nion St: wnor
der Mrs. Melissa Persons, MB M.
4th' St. Phone 14,'lftM.
mnF.n woodmex op AMivuCA
Oregon Cedar camp Ko. BlMd Mets
cverv Inursclay evening, s s
in McCornack hall, over tfjflrs
store. Rny A. Grant, V. 0; F. A.
UNITED ARTISANS Capilal Assem
bly No. 84 meets every Thaisrfay at
8 p. m. in Masonic Tcmpw. ftlca
C. Nilaa, M. A; C. A. Vikssrt,
secretary, 340 Owens street.
Fair to medium lt.n.bs 13(ii l3.3i
Ewes (fi 10