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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. 3ALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, JUNE 3. 1919.
li'iBif WW m
: (They are all sweet, you know)
Elegant white washable kid, 8-inch lace shoes, plain toe,
with the beautiful long, narrow effect, full Louis XV -
French heels, very swell, and only $12.00
Also one quite similar except not quite so good, has tips
on toes, yet a very likeable and dressy shoe at $10.00
Beautiful white Reignskin or Nile cloth in welt soles and
either French or Military heels, make very smart shoes
at $8.75 to $3.75
Deals la Red Estate
!,)., t one that lse gone before. Autos
.'arrvmif great niaes ot rich b onus be
gathering while the dew was je
i glistening ia the bright sunlight.
loving tribute was paid, by the speaker,
to Brother K. O. Thomas, who was the
veteran setoH of the Twin Oak ceme
tery since 1978.
Martin Filler t Matthias Byer. 59.96' Mrs. L. D. Barr received word Friday
ere in SK. quarter of section hi tad stating the serious illtass of brother,
NE. quarter ot section 33 5 1 V.; 10,-iW. H. Miller.
IKK). The I. O. O. F. lodge held thoi- mew-
W. A. Hillis to Frank Terkett, 3 acres jorial services on the forenoon of ilem
Lu lot 3, block 1, in Feller's addition, lorial day. J. I.. Adams of Silverton
nil lot 5, in block 1, Feller's 2nd addHgave the address.
lion; Donald. The -body of Mr. MacCulloek war.
' Lee E. Abbe to Hunt Bros. Co.. frae-l brought to Turner for burir.l May 30.
1 ji O iJ JLiLjLcl
tion of lots 1 and 2, Cook's addition, Sa
Aurora State Bank toR. E. Donahue,
83.44 acres In A. Audobon claim, 4 1 W.
M. D. Lea bo to Albert Prati, 7.S8
.acres iu section 13-4 1 W.
F. W. Durbin to Id Badcrtscht r, lot
29, Urabenhorst Fruit Farms; $S90.
Mr. Mad ullock tt one time lived near
Turner, his wife dying in the Twin
Oak eemetery oa a Peeoratioa day a
number of years ago.
Mrs, -K. O. Thomas anil daughters
were week guests of Mrs, V. H. Cornelius.
A Sunday school picnic was held st
mm V y kJ
Quick Reference To Firms That Gia Serrice On SI.or
Where Buyer And Seller Meet We
Recommend Our Advertisers.
Salem Electric. Co., Masonia Temple, 1ST North High..
-Maim IS 4
AUTOS without drivers to hire, 1 dol
lar per hour. 197 S. Com. St. Phone
J. H. Arnesmeur to J. J. McDonald, the home of Charles Bear Ut Satur
lot 71, Ewald Fruit Farms; $900,
J. H. Kott to F. J. Cade, 14 acres ia
Sam Parker claim 7 2 W.; $!08,
Mr. Carey nd daughter, Loa. ot Tl
gard, Oregon, were week-end guests st
h'oss Nnsa to Kirov Nash, lota o to 8,1 the homes of James Bones nd James
lot 8, block 13, Kivcrviow Park addition, I Mrs. Sam L. Tunnel (nee Sopha Wat
Salem, j,!,) and baby, Doris, left for WinouaJ
V. M. Baker to H. T. James, 15 acres Idaho, Sunday,
in sections 31 and 32 9 3 W. Mr Ham Crocker, a daughter of Wm
Kute Stahlman to Frank Barber, lotsjX. Steele, ia here from Oakland, Call-
1, 4, 5, 6, 7, in block 76, North Salem. i fomia, for an extended visit. j
-Nancy, Perkins to J. M. Starr, lots 1 Mrs. M. C. Smith of Albany wni In
and 2, block 10, Depot addition, Salem; ' Turner over Sunday, the guest of Mrs.
' j McKay.
Jacob Neihcrt to Clarence ForetteJ Mrs. Arthur Edwards and wee son
112 acres located in sections 10, 14 nd esme home from Salem Friday.
13, 8 1 V. Also 9.73 acres in Julia Simp
son claim, 8-1 W.
11. E. Wirth to U J. Bock, 5 acres in
sections 9 and 10 9 1 W.
Adam Leonhnrtto W. II. Dlrymjde, lot
3, block 2, Randalls addition. '
J. A. Hwnnaon to V. R. Krou, lot S,
W. J. Buaick to G. B. Johnson, lots 3
IX)H SALE liO acres of No. 1 land
located 6 miles from Salem, so good
road, in good location, good house
and barn and other buildiug, farm
implements, 4 horses, 5 cews, 3 year
lings, 50 hcd of hogs, round 500
cords of wood ready cut, U at
bargain. Write M W cr Journal.
DORA DEAX McCCTOIIEON. teach
of piano, new and logical methoj
for both pupil and teacher, makiag
dear all basic principles nceewary
to a musical education, ant1 g'.vinf
th "musie teschsr" something V
teach. 421 Court St. Phono ilii.
PEOPLES FURNITURE STCHH
For bargains in sew and secondhand
goodj Sur the house, furniture, raeg
cs, beaters and stoves, rurs, sewinf
machines, graniteware, disbes, suit
tasen, trunks and tools. W wast
your old furaiture and stoves, will
pay you highest cash price. See n
last. Peoples Furniture Stjre, 271
N. Commercial St. Phone 734,
Mrs. G. B. Briggs was a Bulem stop
per Monday a ternoon.
Several, good eiitchtis of fish wt-ro re
ported up on the Santiam river, by our
Arthur .Wood of Portland has been
isiting his sister, Mr. George Mason,')
over Memorial day.
Al Bell and wife were the guests or
White Poplin and Sea Island shoes as low as .'.$3.25
Pumps and Oxfords in the Reignskin at $5.75 and $5.50
or the other cloths at $3.65, $3.25 and down as low $2.35
and 8, block !, Bishops addition, Salem; 1 Mrs. Ralph Chaves during the past wc-'k
1630. Mrs, Mildred Thiossrn left Sunday
j A. F. Fcushnwi to E. W. Cooler, lot for a week In Portland, attending the
J and part of lot 2, block 21, Englewood I Oregon grand chapter O, E. 8., also tfia
Are Just as necessary for
the June Bride.
I F. M. White to F. U Wilkinson, lot
I 1 and part of lot 2, block 0. Presnall &
Smith addtiiotij part of lots 1, 2, 3, 4,
block 5, Eddy's addition; lot 14, block
ii. Highland addttion
With Miss Evelyn Martin at tho
wheel, Madunies W. A. Martin and C.
H. Martin motored to Dallas Fridt-y.
Frank Farris and family of .Pallas
r.ameto Turner last week for a .w
2 acre;, 5 room house, city water,
barn, in Falls City, 2000. Terms.
15 acre all in cultivation, 5 room
!houe, lharn, outbuildings, 2H acres
strawberPios, 6 grain, 1 potatoes, luu
equipment, stock, household goods, ean
ned fruit, ift-ed, $1900.
14 ace chicken ranch 9 room house,
barn, chicken houses, nfl cultivated, 5
uiileg from Sulem, some logans, 1000.
24 acres; ltl cultivated, all stock ana
equipment; 5 logans, 8 prnnes; 1 mile
from station; 8 room house, barn, chick
vn house, green house, only $7000.
22 acres all cultivated, all fenced, 7
room house, bam, if sold soon all crop
goes; .joining town. 3300, half cash
mid half at percent.
30 acres all cultivated all woven
wiro fenced; 3-4 miles from town,
330. half eah, half alt) percent.
50 acres all cultivated, good house.
barn, 5 miles from Halem, all the best
Grace Taylor t. Rankin Edgar, lots davt recreation nd visit with relatives. of oil, no land in vicinity fur sale for
13, 14.' 15, 18, block 8. Morninirsid rl.
dilion; $1500. ; ; 1
W. K. Reeves ' to Mattie Rnaiildinff.
psirt o flcs 1 and S. block 33. L'iiivar.itwl
'addition. "(Capital Journal Special Service) -
I Anton Marson to N. P. Bichtcr, 9 Mrl- Jee Moores of Salem spent
acres in setcion 3 6 1 W.; 1600. 1 the last week with her mother, Mrs.
I F. h. Foley to E. E. Riser, 5 acres in J- yray- , . ., . Q
lots 13 and 14, Dorranco Fruit Farms. , VNal'!,'ur ,1,,l"',., ",'! fa,,Hl.v l",,,t S,m"
f. rir;.,.. p D rr - . jo nav Willi J. mmuhihi
acres in sections 29 and 30-61 W, 3500.
Mrs., i ranees Foley to E. E. Kiser,1,. ,
9.48 acres in A stunton claim 49 7 2 W. I u.
Miss Ethel Craig and Miss Luis Cory
Were week end aue'ts ot .Mrs. .i. u.
The following casualties aro reported
by the comraanditig general of the!
American Expeditionary Forces;
Killed in Action 2
lied of Wounds .. - ;
led of Accident and Other Censes 14;
Itied of l'isie II
Wounded Severely 44
Woumled (degree undetermined) 43;
Wounded Miiihtlv - 230
Forest B West, Watago III'
Herbert S Bean, East Wilton Me.
Emanuel 0 Leberer, Evansville Ind.
Arthur Lemire, Manchester K II.
Frank T Mabry, New Orleans La.
William 0 'Toole, Bangor Me.
Peter J Hullivan, North Cambridge
Killed In Action.
Sylvester Homhach, Pittslmrgh Pa.
Fred E Htonstel, Chicago 111.
Died of Wonnds.
Charlie M Byrd, Henecn, B C.
Dnvid A Brown, Newark N .1.
I'M ward F Koehl. Ht. Louis Mo.
Dale I Penree, Viuita Okla.
Died of Accident and Other Causes.
Died of Accident and Other Causes.
Lieut George A Burke, Chicago 111.
l.ieut John J Morun, Parishville X T.
Henry Brosseau, North Adams Moss.
Irving G Carpenter, Milwaukee Wis.
Charles B Dory. Pauls Valley Okla.
Ralph Prewitr, Weir Kan.
Herman Watson, Mappsville Va.
Died of Disease.
Lieut Frank A Ward. Br.ltiniore Md.
Frnnk A Nettleton, New Haven Conn
Micliael V Truiiman, Bridger Mont.
Antonio Bngelio, Cilia Italy.
Samuel Bcrman. Taunton Miss.
Rudolph Christ en sen. Sidon Mats.
Acv Farris, Augiiilla Miss,
George Houston, Bosrawen N H.
Frank Huddle, Hears Mich.
Jesse J Lester Big Rock Va..
Carl W Licesay, Cathay N Di
Otis V liong, Ninirod Hall Va.
James F Mngner, Woonwicket R I.
Roy Miller, Fairvicw 111.
Tense Percy Moore, Eldorado Ark.
Wililam J Travers, Philadelphia Pa.
William Young, Rcddick Fla.
VICTOR POINT NEWS.
dian Brook and the Doerfler farm last
.'Ardcn Miller lrtn been on the sick
list but is improving.
Mr. and Mrs, "lloMoltor and sou
Kliernian, of Miouri are visiting at
the Anistuti! and .laco1!) Uoerfler honn s
Edward KrentHis srH'Siijag tiie week
eml at his home 'In this vicinity.
Mint Joanna .lames of Halem' is the
guest of tho Martin Docrflera.
Gladys and Normnn Jones are re
ported as being on the sick l.st.
Mm Wilhcliiiiri Doerfler sjiciit the
week eiid nt the Deraiileau home nenr
Many of the people of the commit,
nity attended the funeral of Mr. Him-
I'rill vl Itia Wiifphii nnnminku tn.i TL...,
i " " ......... .....Liii. tnm linns
Miss Bertha Dnrrfler hi returned
from a short visit to Portland.
(Capital Journal Hperial Herviee)
Mrs. Amanda King i r':tinj at the
Elmer King home.
louglas Aitkins of the 3d infan
try, formerly stationed at Washington, 'Christian church nf Portl,, ,l n,1flrn.i.J
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Turner, Or., June 3. One of the most
impressive services ever held in the
"Twin Oak" cemetery was held on
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Whitehead of
Turner spent (Sunday here with Mr. and
Mrs. A. Kunke. '
Cloverdale closed a successful eight
months school Monday with a big pic
nic for tho pupils in. the woods near
Miss Lorotta McCormick of Florence
is tho house guest of Mrs, G. W.Ji'ar
ris. G. Drager and family were shopping
in Halem Snturdiiy. 4
.Mrs, leor;o Weatherill left for the
east Kuturday to visit with her daugh
ters. Khe expects tf) be gone at leant
The Capstal Journal
Daily Market Report
i . Urain
Wheat, soft white i.iO
Wheat, lowor gradts oa sainpln
Oats 83(0 S8c
Hay, eat-at . -
Hay. oats fit
lesa than fciOO ler acre, price of this
place $160 .per acre; 3000 cash bulanco
at 8 percent, you stato tho time.
320 acres, iiet farm iu Polk county,
200 cultivated, best of soil, good im
provements, all woven wire fenced; 50
acres In clover, fino lot of growing
crop goes, only '100 per acre. v
10 acres all cultivated, good 7 room
house, family- fruit, t mile from Sa
lem, will exchange for south Halem
residence; .price 3500
23 acres irrigated, 15 in nlfalfn, near
PntTerxnn. California, will exchange
for ranch near Hulein of about equal
value; price 7500.
:i t.8 acres all cultivated, the best ot
soil, all stock, equipment and growing
crop; fair house, barn, well fenced, 5
miles from town, elose to store and
cheese factory; will take acreage near
Halem; price 5500.
43 acres; 40 cultivated, well fenced,
old house, new barn, 2 miles from stato
normal school; will take Halem resi
dence as part pay; price bOOfl.
Have for solo at low price two ot
tho finest modern houces ia the city
m :;ilM) each. If vou want a home in
Mule in you are the loser if you don't
look Chose over,
For best buy in cily or farm prop
' n recently discharged arge crowd of attentive people who In.,.,. nn foot
e and wa a guest at in-!i1B,i , hermit
: zz.V Wfi"
Barley, ton ' M
Mill run 43(rf44
Kev. Griffin, of the CrpnnlPrv ),utter 6.a03c
l-OTK, VsM ai4 Jautton
THE SHRINKAG E OF GERMANY.
Bhcop, yearlings .. .- 8(i9c
gss ana rouiiry
Eggs, eash ... . 89o
Hens, live 30e
Old roosters - 15
Broilers - - 8c
Radishes, doz -
New potatoes ..
Green onions dol
Bermuda onions, crate
NO CASH REQUIRED Good overcoat
hoes and suits, all kinds of musi
I instruments, shotguns, rifles, heat
ing stoves, gas stoves, suit cases
1W0 other useful articles to sell or
trade. What have yout Tho Capital
Kxchange 337 Court St. Fftons 93.
YOl'R used furniture, stoves, earpcti
and tools, we pay fair prices for
' everything. Call 847
CAPITAL HARDWARE & FURNI
SS3 'N. Com '1 St.
HATS BLOCKED, REPAIRED
HAT BLOCKING ! clean and block
ladies' and Men's bats. Just re
ceived a hat renovating machine. It
pets the dirt, Trf It once. O; B.
Kllsworth. 493 Court St. Salem, Or.
THE SOLDI EB BOYS Pool and
liard parlor is now open under ns
management and it renders yoo and
the general public a congenial place
to pass awy a few leisuis hoor.
Tho bsement of Oregon F.letri4
depot, comer of. State nd Big
Phono 628. Wm. Livock, prop.
ULEM WATER f JMPAN Y Of fie
erner Couiinercit' nd Trd streets
Bills paynbls monthly in advance.
California g'spe fiuit 4fi?4.2.
Blaek figs lb. lo(o18
White figs, lb 19(a20c
Package figs per bz 00 pg Ko.B.WO
Hm.r. eitraetsd 20
Flour, hard wheat - 3.l0S3.25l$o,a ,
Portland Market I Medina
Portland, Or., Jun 3. Butter city t7(f) g ,-)0
Scaled proposals addressed to Jef
ferson Mvers. secretary of the bosrd
of regents, State Agricultural college,
Corvallis, Oregon, will be received by
the said board of regents until ten
o'clock s. m. June 2, 1919, for the
furnifthinc of nil material and the per
formance of all labor required for the
erection and completion of the engin
eering laboratory building, for the
Agricultural college, stats of Oregon.
All bills to be endorsed "Proposals
for engineering laboratory building.
Said proposals to be opened upon the
.bove dato by the said board of re-
2.50 A1, the worK ami material must con-
30c farm t0 the plans and specifications
- a,!' therefor on file at the of fife of the
......... 1.8a jon,, Corvallis, Oregon, and of the
7Mit?i;e architect. John V. Eemies, 1040 Cham-
40 upr 0t Commerce building, Portland,
Ore job. , ,
oW'irtc Kach proposal must b accompanied
2.75hy certified check of f.ve per cent of
3'jcjiho amouut of the bd " a r""n""
that the sueecsnful liiddcr will enter
S7!into a coiitrnct according to saia plans
and speci'iCMtions. all encca io uc
made pnyab'.e to the Agricultural eol
lege of th state of Oregon. If for any
reason the bidder fails to eieeute the
proper contract and bond required with
ia ten days after notification of the
acceptance of his bid, then certified
check will become forfeited to the Ag
ricultural college of the stats of Ore-
STOVES REBUILT AND BEPAIBEB
60 years eiperienco, Depot MtioaM
and American fence.
Sizes g(j to 58 in. high
Paints, oil and varnish, ele.
Loganberry and hop hooks.
Salem Fence snd Stove Works,
250 Court street, phone 124.
J. A. Rowland Furniture Store
Buys, nells and eichangcs new and
2d band furniture. All kinds 04
repair work, light grinding, fillnf,
and brazing a specialty. Biglkt
prices. 247 Noith Commercial St.
Phone 16. ,
SALEM SCAVENGER Garbage
refuse of all kinds removed on aoatii
ly contracts at reasonable rains
( pools cleaned. Dead soimsls
moved. Office phone Main 107. .
KOMEY TO LOAN
On Good Real Estate Snenrit?
T1COS. K. FORD
Over Ladd ft Bush bank; Salsa Oregoe
FEDERAL FAB it LOANS 5 'A psw
cent Interest. Prompt service. 4f
years time, rederal rarm loan oo
for sale. A. C. Bohrnstedt, 401 U
sonio Tempi. Salem, Oregon.
Eggs mdectcd local ex 43(i43e
Broilers 32fa 3",e
Cheese, triplet 37g3e
CAILT UTS STOCK MaBKXT
Tone of mrkct weak
Good to choice steers tU(d,l2
Pair to good steers tl'tto l."0
Common steers 47..W" s
Choice cows snd heifers 8.50fall
Oood to choice cows ard hsifers
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
to good eowe
r an to
anners 3..Wu 3
Bulls 'a 8
Calves "i(Vi 13
Tone of market weak
Prime mixed IP'S 19.30
Bough heavies 17..Wa 18.30
Bulk 19..-!Hh 19.73
Pigs IS.SOfn 19.30
Tone of market weak
Prime lambs '.(a 14
r'air to medinui Isnibs ZQXZ
Yearling? SW" 'i.-VJ
W ethers' THif'i S.30
INSURANCE COUNCiLr For frse !
formation about Life Insnranee m
J. F. Hutchason, dint, marsgsr for,
the Mutual Life of N. Y., M
371 State St., Salem, Ore. Offis
phone 99, residencs 1390. M
HOP LEE, espert lannitrymas, ea
Kerry St. I pa? top market price Ift
chickens snd Eggs. Offics psoas)
1339J, residence 1333J.
Our Prices sre Bight
M. ZANDLER, Proprieter
Summer 8treet. Salem, Oregssi
STEWART'S REFAIR SIHOP Have
just installed a machine that wm
sharpen lawnmowcft the saws as the
factory puts them out new. Brimi
sll vonr light repair work to aie. Ai
yin B. Stewart, 347 Court 8t. Phoa
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEET AT
Me4'ornck hall on every Tuesday
! g. Walter lenon, C. C, P. J..
Kuntr, K. R. S.
EOIAL Neighbors of Aaieri, Orsx
gnn Grape cmp No. 13iO mcst syry
Thursday evening in MeCcrnsek haJ
Elevator v-vice. Orcle, Mrs. Cr
rie E. Bunn, 648 Union M; recos
dcr Mrs. Meli.nna Persons, 141S s
4th" St. Phons 1430M.