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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (May 20, 1919)
MONDAY, liXYXk 1919.
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THURSDAY, MAY 22ND. 1:30 P. M.
Corner Jefferson and North Summer Streets. Just
at the end of North Summer Street car line, in south
half of block No. 76 in North SalenvConsisting of:
Lot No. 1, Block 76, with 4 roomed house, wood
shed, chicken house, well, raspberries, 4 cherry trees,
2 plumbs, 1 apple, best of garden soil, corner lot on
Jefferson and Summer streets, 60 feet 4 in. by 125
feet This is a fine building lot and would make a fine
residence property. Also lot 4, block 76, size 50x125
feet, lot 5, block 76, size 50x125 feet,, lot 6, block 76
size 50x125 feet, lot 7, block 76, size 60 feet 4 inches
by 125 feet. This lot corners on Jefferson and North
Capital. This is all fine residence property and good
garden soil. Close to schools and churches and paved
streets. Speculators and home seekers should take
advantage of this sale as the above will be sold to
the highest bidder. Abstract and title clear. Terms
1-2 cash, balance arranged. NOTE This sale will
be sold promptly on time and will be over in time for
the big I. O. O. F. parade.
Mrs. Kate Stallman FMOODRY, the Auctioneer
OWNER Phone 510 or 511
MORAL Salem is booming Get in the swim.
High Class Household Furniture
Friday, May 23d, 1:30 p.m.
975 Center Street, Consisting of
1 waxed oak davenport upholstered in imitation
Spanish leather; 1 waxed oak lounge, genuine Span
ish leather; 1 waxed oak rocker; 1 waxed oak buffet;
1 waxed oak extension table, round; 4 waxed oak
diners; 1 waxed oak side board, extra large; 1 waxed
oak floor clock; 1 waxed oak rocker Spanish leather
seat and back; 2 oak comodes; waxed oak lib
rary table large; 2 oak dressers; 1 Singer
sewing machine, drop head new; 1 polished top
C-hole range, a dandy; 1 Satin finished brass bed;; 1
wish bone steel spring; 2 silk floss mattresses; 1
white enamel bed; 1 Yum Yum spring; 2 body Brus
sels rugs, 9x12, good designs; 1 magazine rack and
books; 1 mantle clock; 1 library lamp; 1 oak roll
seated rocker; 1 kitchen treasure; 1 sanitary couch;
1 patented ironing board; 1 4-hole gas range; 1
mandolin: 1 silver cornet: 2 calvanized wash tubs:
15 dozen fruit jars and
NOIL 1 his is all high class furniture and as good
as new. So if you are in need of furniture attend this
sale. Everything goes to the highest bidder. Goods
on inspection day of sale only. House is for rent.
Mrs, H. Dayton
M m TS Mm
I Farm Stock,
Monday, May 26, 10:30 a. m., 1 mile
East of Macleay, Oregon.
IL A. RUSSELL
many other things. ,
F.N.W0QDRY. the auctioneer.
Phone 510 or 511
BE ON TIME"
WOODRY, the auctioneer.
Thone 510 or 511
All Around lown
May 21. Wednesday, Cher
rian Band Concert, Willsoa Park
8 p. m.
Mav 22 Thursday, L O. 0. F.
grand parade, 3:30 p. m.
May 26 Monday, Ladies'
Nifiht at Elks lodge.
Jan 3 Special stats le
tioa. June 8 Apollo Concert,
June "7 Saturday Historic
al pageant Willamette univer
June IS School election, one
'THE GIRL WHO
STATED AT HOME"
"The best" Is all you can do when
death comes. Call Webb & Clough Co.
Phone 120. tf
Phone 77 Oregon Taxi and Transfer
Co. for quick service. tf
Dr. L. B. Springer, dentist, Moore
bldg. corner Court and Liberty,
l'hone 114. tf
As soon ss the city force completes
the work of plunking the east side of
the briiljjo on South Commercial street,
a top one nnd one half inches thick'
of anplmlt will be placed on the planks
that run lengthwise on each side of the
bridge, according to Walt 8. Low, city
street commissioner. After the bridge
jifli, tho city forces wiH lie put at work
building n viaduct on the Turner rood.
A top of ahalt will aim lie placed on
the new bridge on North Winter street
Dr. L. E. Springer, dentist, Moore
bldg. corner Court and woerty.
l'hone 114. " tf
; I buy junk of all kinds, rags and
bottles, metal, iron, broken down autos
nnd parts of autos. Wive us a trial.
Stoinfooek Junk Co. 326 N. Com. St.
riione 305. tf
We buy liberty bonds. 314 Masonic
A goodly number of Clierrinns turn
ed out for the drill last evening. With
the Cherrinn band, members of the
Cherrinn organization will take part
in the grand parade scheduled fr
Thursday afternoon beginning at 3:.10
Warner's corsets are really better.
fl.M up. dale & Co. Commercial and
Court streets. tf
Try Northern Flour, It's a Bear,
every sack guaranteed. At ymn gin
cois. ' tf
"The Funeral Beautiful." Webb ft
Clough Co. tf
Dr. Mott offices moved to Bank -of
Comnierce building, rooms 407 8. tf
Although the reception at th"e ar
mory this evening is public and thero
is no secret work, yet it is not exactly
a general public reception for the sim
ple reason thnt if the general publlei
turned out, there would be no room in
the armory for the MOO Odd fellow
and liitieknh visiters, besides local
members of the lodge. Hence it may
be said that the reception this evening
is not for the pnolie but to the visit
ing filka and members of the local
Indues. The stiine m be said of the
special program to be put on Thurs
day c cuing at the hall of representa
tives. While the -program is public in
nature, yet it is especially- for visitors
land not a general public gathering.
i ArtificiMl teeth, have eipcrt plate
iiuin, with over 35 years experience,
at m v office. Vr, 1). X. Deechler, den-
jtist,SU2 U. S. .Nat. bank bldg. tf
At meeting held by members of the
Kirsl Itnplist church it was decided to
raise iioiHi t.i pay off the church 'in
diltediies. The greater part of the
money will be used in paying all of
, the street ases:nciit on the half
block iwne.l by the church and for
pnvinj for the painting of the church
for which the church was iu debt.
Emffifttt ft Walt will (hip cattle.
h"t, and lambs Saturday May 24.
i Pliuiie H2.1M . ' 3 22
MM MMSiMss' 4
Mrs. Lee E. Ulrica of Portland with
her tao children is visiting in the
eity at the home of J. B. I' Inch.
Wanted to bay for cash, fire or six
room uodera house close in, good lo
cation and good condition. Ciive loca
tion and price. Address Home care
Journal. 5 20
Dane at Moose
AQ of the finishing touches hare
beer, added for th s-n-ial hour at the
Jaoa Ls Memorial ehurrh to be held
Wednesday evening at 7:4.1 o'clock.
Songs and rwitations and readings
will oc included in the program. Light
ret'rt sh-nents will be served.
See Hiss L. E. Goodhue at 251 8.
17th St. for subscriptions to all mag
azines. Phone 741M. Sat tf
Prices on fish lowers. Ling cod or
red eod sliced 15e. Whole Ash 1-c
a pound. Fitts Market. tf
Dance Moose nail Wednesday right
O. Ed Boss delivered an address this
afternoon before the engineering and
'onimiTciui cmseea UI lup vn-fcuu Agri
cultural college on practical cost keep
ing, a subject on which lie is consider
ed authority. Mr. Koss is assistant
secretary and chief accountant of the
1'hez company. He was formerly sec
retary and auditor of the state high
way department .
Dr. Oaxl B. Miller has opened bis
dental office at 510 511 U. 8. bank
bldg. Faoae 341. tf
Dance Moose hall Wednesday night
FOR 9ALE five room cottage, hard
finish, on paved street; lot 50x110,
bearing fruit trees, 4 blocks from
state house. Inquire 10:17 Union Ht.
The public meeting planned by the
Muccalbees for Wednesday evening has
boon poKtiioned. Mrs. May Whank,
chairman of committee.
Herbert Holt, who has been for the
past year adjutant in a gas school at
( hatillon-snr-Seine in Frunce, has re
cently been ordered to Antwerp where
his headuarters have been removed,
lie is in charge of SO .meu'und several
large warehouses. It is at Antwerp1
that all supplies for the thinl army
Dance Moose hall Wednesday night.
Patton Plumbing company are now
able to take care of your plumbing
wants in their new location, 220 W.
Commercial street.' Phone 1008. tf
Geo. W. Eyre will ship Wednesday,'
May 21, hog and lainibs. l'hone 2200
M. - 519
The supper given by the Young Poo
pies Christian Kndenvor Union at the
Christian church last evening was made
a very happy affair, both by the qual
ity of the viand., the sociability nnd
tlie address of Dr. Daniel Poling.
There worn about 12.) gueste at the
tables, and they listened with tho grent
est interest to the informal talk of the
visitor, who spoke of the work and
problems coming ibefore the society in
tho reconstruction period. Following
tho supper Mr. J'ohng addressed a
crowded audience ia the auditorium,
relating in his own fascinating way
his exHrenco and observation while
looking after religious nnd V. M. C.
A. interests among the American forc
es on tho French front.
Dr. O. L. Scott won't be In his of
fice this week.
Bitby chicks Visitors are always
welcome n't our Ibaby chick store, 511
Stnte Ht. opposite county court house
Hiu White lioghorn and Jiluek Minor-
en week, "--
The administrator of the estate of
Zaidee Palmer has been given permis
sion by the county court to expend
llil nil a suitable head atone and to
improve the grave, 'f or ..i years dc
foro l,.-r den'h, Miss Palmer was with
the Salem post office. On I.. Cosper
is administratrix of the estate.
Davenport snle all this week. Many
handsome, design .to select from
Price range from .'i2..r0 up. Hamil
ton's, 340 Court street.
Grange dance Saturday night Ma-
eleay. (loud music, liood lunch. 0-21
The estate of Mrs. Sadie Mcraddon,
who died May 17, is estimated at J2500
in real estate and $423 personal prop-
AS YOUNG AS
v YOUR KIDNEYS
The secret of rontli is ITI.IMl . V
TION Of POISONS from your I idy
Tins done, you ran live to be a hundred
and enjoy the food tliinrs ef life wil'j
as much "pen" as you did when pi (lit
springtime of youth. Keep your bodj
In rood condition, that's the secret.
Watch the kidneys. They filter nn1
pnrtfy the blond, all of which blood
PKksps thrmirh them once everr thrS
minutes. Keep them clean an I In
proper working condition and you have
nothing to fear. liive the pois.uions
wastes and deadly line acid amiTtil.i
tinrs from your system. Take tiOl.l)
MKIVM, Haarlem Oil Capsules and you
will always be iu good condition. You
will feel strong and vigorous, with
teedy r end elastic muscles.
(ittl.O MKDATi Ilaarb'ta Oil Caninlei
are imported direct from the I Nirs
torics at Haarlem, Holland.
They are a reliable remedy liiih
has been used by the sturdy Imtih for
over 2s years, and has helped ihero
to develop Into one of the strongest
and heanniest no . a of the world. Ot
them from your druiririst. Io not take
a substitute, lu sealed packsies
m n : n wfv
li ' WARNERS ! M
CORSETS . Vr
It's not mere chance that we sell eq many Warner's Corsets. There must
.be a reason. Women who demand the most for their money insist upon War
ner's Rust Proof Corsetsand rightly so. In buying Warner's Corsets you get
100 per cent value phs. Every corset is guaranteed not to rust, break or
tear, or a new one free if they fail.
Warner's factory located at Bridgeport, Connecticut, is the largest cor
set factory in the world and has been making corsets for nearly fifty years.
Prices $1.50, $2, $2.50, J3.00 $3.50
"Our Prices Always The Lowest"
Commercial and Court
eity. M. D. McCnllister has been ap
B. C. Pier of Portland, president of
the Hoosevelt Highway association,
will bo in tho city next Monday ami
has consented to deliver an address be
fore members of the Commercial club
at tho weekly Marion hotel luncheon.
This is davenport week at Hamlltons
Furniture store, yxw is the time to
buy that overstuffed davenport and
make a big saving in price.
Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock
about 4IK) automobiles nre wanted for
a couple of hours to give the visiting
Odd Fellows nnd Kehoknhs a ride
around Hnlem and vicinity. This af
ternoon fear was expressed that the
people of the city who own cars were
not responding liberally nnd that sev
eral hundred of the visitors 'would not
be given the chance to see the beauties
of the enpitav citv and surroundings
I simply (because the citizens had not
taken the trouble to give their cars
' for two hours. It is understood that no
i regular trips have been outlined. As
to where the visitors are to be taken,
;this ia to be decided by each driver or
occupants. It is requested thnt tnnse
First Class Auto Washing j!
Let us refinish your car and make it the same
as when it leftTe' factory.
LET US GREASE YOUR CAR. OUR PRICES $,
ROUTE YOUR FREIGHT VIA
j Express Sen ice at Freight Rates
I Long Distance Hauling Only
E PHONE 1400
who have not keen asjied for the use
of their cars should respond o tho oc
casion and drive to the Odd Fellows
building about 4 o'clock tomorrow af
ternoon . The visiting delegates have
been nsked to meet at the opera houw
at that hour.
Professor Portlier,' assistant pig club
leader of the O. A. C, and J. W. L.
Smith, school supervisor are visiting
today at nearby rural schools, among
Ititro Phosphate, should give you a
small steady increase of firm, healthy
flesh each day. It supplies an osscn-ti;isi.;l-taiiee
to tho brain and nerves
in the active form in which it noruml
ly occurs -in tho living cells of the
hbodv. Bitro-Phosihiite replaces nerve
j waste- and creates new strength audi
energy, So,l by druggists under defi-
j nite guarantee of results or money i
020 N. Com'l. St.
Foremrly Chicago Store.
those who are to be judges of pig
contests. Jioys are divided into t.vo
groups, each being given practical les
sons in p!g judging.
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Yick So Tong
Chi no fin Mprflptnn An A TV fW
(l.ig nii'ilit ine which will cure any
until 8 P. M. I
133 South High St. I
S8S ooq,l iioS.uo Mining X
B. W. BALLANTYNE
Players a bpecialty
With Chcrrington I'iniio House 421
Court St., Salem, Oregon
Particular work for particn-
Auto delivery 1272 State St.
T w. T. EIOJK)N & CO
252 North High Street
WHICH ELECTEIO CO. k
ELECTKIO PEBCOLAT0R3 :t
Phone 953 379 State St
SALEM AUTO BADIATOB SHOP
Radia'ors, Fenders and -Gas Tnufcs
Tractor Radiators Specialty
All work guaranteed, H'S S. 12th St.
Salem, Oregon. 6 li
Ws irlll pay full valus for
Liberty Bonds In trade.
PEOPLE'S CASH STORE
186-194 North Commercial St.