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THE DAILY CAFITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON. FRIDAY. JUNE 6. 1917
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Set of aluminumware or one 11-piece set of Pyrox cook
ing ware. We will give away free with every range sold
- during demonstration week one of the above sets.
Slake our store your store. We will serve free lunches
during our demonstration. Don't neglect coming in and
sampling, some of pur. eats. You are welcome.
Rangre that will earn its cost dozens and dozens of times over in what it saves for you.
Besides the SIMPLICITY which makes this the most popular range built here are other advantages now
offered you. .
20 Strong Reasons Why It Is Best to Buy a
. - , Simplex Universal Combination 20!
A (X)L kitchen in mmmor lv using gas a warm kitchen in winter
WW1 by twins csal or wood with or without eas a saving vf fuel
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-SETS IN 40 INCH SPACE
Karill(iiw of which fuel vou i(b'al eookitie results always and
an Pnilliws amount of troultl and brain work (tone way with
- all that is jroura when yon beeonio the UelijjhWd owner of a Sim
!f"iKMrxl 'x I'l'ivumal Combinatiout
-- ' 1. Compact complete. It oceunie le floor aniwe than ajiy other
8 hole, 18 ineh oven Combination Kange made. Ideal for small
kitehens or lnrjjo ones.
2. It is sanitary. All surface smooth and comparatively free from
niches, crnrks and other inaccessible places.
3. It is durable no other combination rnii;e that we know of ia
o admirably designed and constructed. The prido achievement of
e)rHrts of over 40 years proficiency.
4. It is economical. It has a modern Kcientifie construction that
does more work per heat unit tlinn any other ranpe in existence.
6. It has four gas burners and four holes for coal, till of which can
be used at the game time.
6. It lias an oven flue large enmijh to Rive complete free circula
tion and to take off all -poisonous s fumes anil disagreeable odors
7. It has one three ring eovtr. .
8. All tins burners hnve adjustable orifices.
9. Oas cocks have white parcelain handles with spring to take tip
wear and mnl; them leaf proof. .
10. It has a standard fire box for coal or wood, with revcrsiblo
11. (ias Burners and drip pan removable. Easily taken out for
cleaning. , , .
12. Nickel oven door with sanitnry whito porcelain panel and ther
mometer. - -
13. Construction is strong, massive and heavy, of best materials
throughout. . -
11. (ins burners are fnr enaufth apart so that large vessels may bo
used nlimgside each other without congestion. 'CAl-. ."
15. Coal tiro box , easily fitted with-water front rUiibil.
18. Wtove earn be furnished wjtS back rail or high closet.
17. las Kindling Burner may be had at slightly adifitienirl cost.
18. It has a full size square oven 18x18 inches.
19Ovcn is explosion proof, fool proof, laf
All gas adjustments made .a'utoniatieallv, unerringly-- range that
thinks for itself.
80. All gas burners aro so d signed that they will not flare back.
With Every Range Goes a Guarantee Bond.
Vi. K. rosier was a visitor in these
iriH Tuedny of tht w"ek.
Miss. Ma v Jorv returned Sitndar
roin a few lvs visit with friends at
Mrs. TnriitiuII has beeu on the sick
I'M but is--better.
Tl.e rnial tueeiing's cluted Suoday
A lnrs d attead-J rtie H-i
H'. lis di-tiM K. S. eonverti-jn at the
ehurrh fmhl.'iv, ,l;m!;ef d'nner was eerr
e.1 at noon.
(Iv.lc Thmii.ls rind wife from S-oll
ililU lroe rb wn to liie -meeti;ig Sun:
Knrl Xe.lliflm has ben bating Ibc
Mr. anil Mrs. If a. II ry and Mr. and
'rs. 4inrdtcT nttcprtri fhe frmem of
their Mi4t at Uerg Tuesday,
S,-ernI from Iiere a tend. d the
f ueral of Merle ftinriev at .S.-iIem Moo
d.r. Mr. Iri has leen hine a fpw dar
T of his duihi;tei-s have a!o been
siting here. '. -
J. H. Bnnis h.i purrbai'd the V.
B. Perr.lxritt pia e.
f! iF. Wilde sr-d wife syent Sundur
at their tsi'i ke.
Mr inroer!iit h;n 1ee ia foo
runty t',A there by the d-ath of hi
1 1 yo ( w keen roiH- hnir
nni 'eonrlition. be mn ful tilml
na-sb .it with.
The following casualties sre repotted
by the commanding general m llitj
BUY IN SALOI ALWAYS
tAmprinno Frrw(4itimtnt-v t-'ownc
If! I ...J t ...
artist i tn a HUH ,..
Most soitps arid -prepared shampoos "lr,, from Wounds
contain too mtw-h alkali. This dris the ; aeroplane Accident
scnlp, makes the hair brittband i, ! "'''d of Accident and Other 'mii.h
vcrr harmful. Miilsifie.1 nvMoni il UHed of lHsease
David 8 Cnnstantine, Korhestei N IT.
Vint E Washington, Meadnwvilw Vs.
Same White .Ir, Ooitmnn Ga.
F OEM EE COMPANY U BOT
13 EZFECTED HOME iOON
2 j 'orKirHl Theron C. HKiver, enn:isny
"A, 3.")jtli I", S. infantry, writes from
J Camp Irf-wis that he expects to be dis
(jl charged within s fow davs. after IS
shampoo (which is pore and entirely
grea-l s)( is murh hettcr than any
tliing else you can use for shampooing,
a this can 't possibly injure the hair.
Simply mois'en your hair with water
and rub it in. (hie or two teaspoonfuls
wi!L make an abundance uf rich,
creamy lather, and cleanses the hair
and scalp tbtfrnughly. The lather rinses
out easily, and remove, every particle
Wounded Heverelv ' months of Overseas service.
Salem Electrie Co., Majonie Temple, 127 Korta Hig!.
" 1 irt;smt. Dr.. June A i attic rc-veiptj j
the latUt, jiarl of luit week woi, r.or
.nal and prices haj a downmaru tea
iency. l'vstprday 'i eei!ts wen- j,uue
large and prices lower. The t( ial.,y oi
stink ia was jat fair, it t' it turn
sing to medium. Extra good st-'i5 oid
from UVjc- t-12r; good steers lOe to
Uc; mediuBi, m-; emnnHiu, Ir to
Hulls seemed to remain steadier than
anything else, moet of sales stiii boing
ado from 6c to tie with an oe-aioaal
sale of something extra alxm- thew
Thine veal calves sold from lie to
Vc; extra good cows are Wringing lilc;
good cows, 9 to S'-jc; medium, 7c io 9c.
Trading in the rattle division was
fairly active and most everything
- Hog receipts yesterday were not as
heavy as the Monday previous. The
market was about 5Ue lower, top for
prime aiixed hogs now beiiig 1V with
a targe number of sales made nt 19' ic.
StiM-k hogs are in good demand, prices
bow being about 17c to 17Vic.
The sheep market is in bad &uae,
market here being unable to take care
of the receipts. Sales of prime spring
lambs yesterday were shown at Lie, but
this was for stuff that was practically
ocu tree ted for, and we would say that
the top for prime spring lauibit was not
ever He. flood yearlings sold at fte to
8'icj wethers, 7c to 8e, and good mut
ton ewes, 6c to 7e.
Wool Market Report.
The first government wool market, 2 acres, S room house, city water,
report has been issued by the bureau barn, in 1'ulls City, fMO. Terms,
of markets, United States department 15 acres all in cultivation, 3 room
of agriculture. It covers ouotat inns nn 'house, tbarn, outbuildings, 2'4 acres
bright domestic fleece wool in all pades ' strawberries, S grain, 1 potatoes, full
also territory California and Texas ! equipment, stock, household goods, eau
Quick Reference To Firms That Gi?2 Service On SLcrt
Where Bajcr And Sclkr Meet We
Recommend Our Advertisers.
Al'TOS without drivers to hire, 1 dol
lar per hour. 1'7 . Cum. St. I'hone
3lH. . . tf
FOB SALE 120 acres of No. 1 land
located 8 miles from Sulero, oa good
road, in good beat ion. good aauss
and barn and other buildings, iara
implements, 4 horses, S cows, S year
lings, 50 head of hogs, round 500
cords of wood ready cut, all at a
bargain. Write M W cars Journal.
DORA DEAX MrCrrniHUN, taaurAer
of piano, a new and logical metaei
for both pupil and teaeher, aMUiaj
clear all basic principles aeary
to a ausical education, ait givics
the "nnsie teacher" somctlung t
teach, ill Comt St. Phone 303. ,
PEOPLES FURNITURE STOaI
For bargains in new and sceoudhaaa
goods for the house, furniture, saxg
es, heaters and stoves, Tin-, sewiiif
machines, graniteware, dbes, sait
fascs, trunks and tools. We wast
your old furniture and stovce, wiii
pay you highest cash price. iee na
last. Peoples 1'uruilurs 8Ur, Vk
N. Coromereial St. i'hone 734.
- wools. Trices, based on actual sales in
"Philadelphia and Boston, are quoted on
grease wool, showing the range and es
j Kino Dehiinc greaso wool Is selling at
fi3Sfi8c; one-half blood stuple territory.
5'J(u6,'tcj California choice 12 luons, 4!)
'(o "i4c; Texas fine 12 months, 4S.
I (iovernment wool auction sabs on
lav 23 were well attended witn inter
i est of dealers and manufacturers een
j tered on fino wools. Medium and low
j wools receiving slightly more attention
I than at previous sales.
I WlH-ciul cables to the bureuu of mm
j kels stato that the second seties of gov
j ernment colonial wool auctions ai Lou
don show a rise .of 5 per cent foi finer
igrudes compared with closing value at
April sales. Medium description, were
unhanged, while coarser ub, ruled
O. A. O. LOOKS FOR BANNER
CROWDS FOR COMMENCEMENT
Trade in fJ) JiJ odJfJ
Your old rzzruuk ' r
I Stove ( id --TIIW
, , , , , , f mm , ; , , , v t ROLL OF HONOR
PACrnAfF COCOANTJT OIL FINE i .
s IVUOLliiLti FOR WA8HINO HAIR I .
you m t keen roirr hnir in
T-mrttal pprsal Service) !
Oregon Agricultural College, (Wxalli'a
June ti. Hundreds of Oreguniun from
all parts of the stato are pluiruing to
be at the oellego for the commencement
exercises June 9 and 10, judging from
letters being rocoived. Dr. B. I. Wheel
er, president of tho University of Cali
fornia, wi givo the commencement ad
dress, Tuesday, June 10. Htuart Me
fluire of Portland has been engufd to
give apeciul voenl numbers. An alumni
reunion will be held Mondnv. More
thnn 100 students will lie graduated.
BUY L SALEM ALWAYS
The Capital Journal
Daily Market Report
Wouniltd (degre undetermined)..
Wounded Wight iv
Missing in Action
Total .-. ....
f Corporal Hoover, who left here with
Killed in Action.
Oran M Neill, Athens Tes..
lyvell Tavlnr. ( hii-air,, fit.
of dust, dirt, ..dandruff and escessive : Diea from Accident and Other doses,
(id. The hair dries quickly and even-i , Luther T .Allen, Alpine Alu. .
ly, and it' leaves it fine and silky.! Drcworr (., I ,,v xn,.r v.
briuht, fluffy and easy to manage. I Edward J Fita.imm.ins. New i.
ln ean get malsified eoeoanut oiliY
Juuu(k. at ""-si asy diugiiwa. It i.! 'KrB(Hrt , r, ),vii, Va.
very cheap, and a few ouneej is enough
to hint everyone in the family for
EUSS TRANSPORT TAKEN
Died of Disease.
Ieroy H Harnes, Bultimore lid.
Died of Wounds.
Oary W .McMillan, Mullins. K t.
Orev.-r ' Fulsnni, Hugo Okln.
Aniriist B Peterson. White Hail liich.
Died from Aeroplane Accident
Lieut Tharles Cnrroll M iore, ( oitisud
j cooipany m snortiy alter the war Creamery butter
I declared, afterward being tranhlerred Country butter .
to eompany A, 333th U. 8. infantry, 8ttU Flour, hard wheat
U'visiuu, vrrjveu iu w suis ai'OUl
j two weeks ago on board the Leviathitn
land after being held at Camp I pion a
i few days left for Cnmp Lewis, where h
is now stationed awaiting dischaige,
Voung Hoover saw some of the hard
est figmiiig of the war being in tho 8t.
Mihiel drive and the Argoiine forest
fight Mid on November u when going'
I ,,- ,,,17 "H-1 Hiril ll
iviiiad put out of action, lie himself,
however escaped without a uratrlt and
tins been in the armv of occupation in-e
the armistice was sipned.
Wheat, soft whito ........:. 3.10
Wheat, lower grades oa sample
Oats 83(3 8Se
Hay, cheai 24
Hay, oats , 123
Barley, ton $35
Mill run CI44
Creamery butter '. Ii0(81c
Fork, Veal awl Mutton
Pork on foot l'iC
I vein, tancy ji(a wjc.
! Steers 7(Tf0c
! Cows 6(wH
Srtring lambs 12c
Sheep, yearlings 7c
fitfgs and Poultry
Eggs, cash 37c
Old roosters 15c
Hens, live 27r'i2Xe
fiadishes, doz 30e
New Potatoes BtjrtSVie
Green onions iot 40c
Bermuda onioas, crate M.'Jo
Mead lettuce 2.75
Oranges . 4."ltL7
lemons, boi fVo-fl
California grape fiuit S4.25
utack figs lb, I0(U'I8
Whits figs, lb. 19i20e
Packs gs fig! per bt 80 pkg 94-6.90
Uwuej, extracted .- t0
Eggs dozen 43(o 30c
ned fruit, rfeed, 100,
14 acre chicken ranch 0 room house,
barn, chicken houses, all cultivated, 8
miles from Salem, some logans, $4000
24 acres; 10 cultivated, all stock and
equipment: 5 logans, 5 prunes; 1 mile
from station; 6 room house, bara, chick
en house, green house, only UOO.
22 acres all cultivated, all fenced, 7
room house, barn, if sold soon all crop
goes; joining town. .'l,i00, half cash
and half at t) percent.
30 acres all cultivated, all woven
wiro fenced; 34 miles from town, $2,
330, half ca-sh, half atrt percent.
30 acres all cultivated, good house,
barn, .3 miles from ttulom, ail the best
of soil, no land in vicinity ifor sale for
less, than $200 lor acreprice of this
place $100 per sere; 43000 cash balanoo
at 6 percent, you state the time. ,
320 aeres, best funu ill Tolk eouiity'l
290 cultivated, best of soil, good im
provements, all woven wire fenced; 50
seres, la alover, fine lot of crowing
crop goes, only $lrt0 per acre.
Kucha ngv -r
lO acres nil cultivated, pood 7 mora
house, family fruit, ti mile from ria
lem, will exebnuste for south tinleni
residence; .price $3300
23 acre irrigated, 15 in alfalfa, near
Patterson, Calvfornio, will exchange
for ranch near Halera of about cpial
value; price $7500.
34.0S ai-res all cultivated, the beat of
soil, all stock, equipment and growing
crop; fair house, barn, well fenced, 5
miles from town, close to store and
cheeso factory; will take acreage noar
Salem; prieo $3300.
' 43 acres; 40 cultivated well fenced,
obi house, new barn, 2 miles from strife
normal school; will take Walem resi
dence as part pay; price ItiOOO.
Have for stile at low price two of
the finest modern houses in the city
nt $3000 each. If you wiint a horns in
iHnlem you are the loser if you don't
look those over,
For best buys in city or farm prop
XO CASH REQUIRED Good eveKoa
shoes and suits, all kinds of Broass
al instruments, shotguns, rifles, heat
ing stoves, gas stoves, suit cases an
1000 other useful articles to sell C
trade. What have yout The Capital
Exchange 337 Court St. Pboae 493.
VOl'R used furniture, atoves, carpet
and tools, as we pay fair prices foe
everything. Call 847
CAPITAL HARDWARE t FURNI
85 N. Com 1 St.
HATS BLOCKED, REPAIRED
U AT BLOCKING I eleaa and Woe
Indies' and Men's hats. Jut re
ceived a hat renovating machine. It
gets the dirt, Try it once, f , B.
Ellsworth. 495 Court St. Salem, Orv
THE HOLIMER BO6Pool ani nil"
iliard parlor is now open ntidor sf
management and it render yna and
the general publie a congenial plaea
to pass away a few leisme heuri..
Tho basement of Oregon Elw.tri
depot, corner ef Plate and lligk!
Fhone (528. Win. iLivock, prop. ,
STOVE REPAIRING ;
STOVES REBUILT AND KKPA1RCB
BO yean ettperienoe, Depot Nstioasa
and American fence. ,
Sizes 26 to 58 in. high
Paints, oil and vsrnisli,' elc,
liOganberry and hop hooks.
Salem Fence and Stove Works,
250 Court street, Piece 124.
EOR SALE -- Or exchange, 10 acres
well improved, t sets of buildings,
good water, on main road, 6 miles
from AEbiiuy near Tangent, , good
family orchard, will accept outside
property near Salem, rkpiare Dual
Realty Co., phone 470.
3ALEM WATER roiirANT Office
corner Commercial and Trade itresti
Bills payable monthly in advanes,
J. A. Rowland Furniture Store
Buys, sells and exchanges new aai
2d hand furniture. All kinds at
repair work, light frlndMnj, King,
and -brazing a specialty. Btgtsd
prices. 247 North Commercial 81,
SALEM SCAVENGER Garbage anf
refuse of all kinds removed on atcst.
ly contracts at reasonable sates
teas pools cleaned. Dead animals res
moved. Office phone Main 107.
Portland, Or., June Buttor city
creamery 63(ri; 34.
Kggs 'sHlneied local ex. 414(ff 44e
Cheese, triplets 37(a39c
Sealed proposals addressed to Jef
ferson Myers, secretary of the board
of regents, State Agricultural college,
Corvallis, Oregon, will be received by
the said board ef regents until ten
"clock a. m. June 2, 1911), for the
furnishing of all material and the per
formance of all labor required for the
erection and completion of the engin
eering laboratory building, for the
Agricultural college, state of Oregon.
All bids to be endorsed "Proposals
for engineering laboratory building."
Said proposals to be opened upon th
above date by the said board of re
gents. All the work and material must con
form to tho plans and specifications
therefor on file at the office of the
college, Corvallis, Oregon, and of the
architect, John V. Eennes, 100 Cham
ber of Commerce building, Portland,
Each proposnl must be accompanied
by certified eheck of five per cent of
the amount of the bid a a guarantee
. 67(g70ci that the successful bidder will enter
MONEY TO LOAN
On Oood Real Estate fincurity
TIIOS. K. FORD
Over- Ladd A Bush bank; Salem OrsgotJ
London. June 6. A news agencv
pnt.-h from fritoekhoim tods? reported'
that a Buninn transtwt wa raptured I N Y.
Sunday when four Rns-isn and two, Die from Accident and Other Causes.
hrri.h warships elhed in the (iu'fj Robert F Brattan. Princes. Aaai- Md.
of Finland. The following rii,w.tch 1-wiL'i Co. hia. lie Kallt III
'lid. fix Ru-isiaa wsrnhips fled ifter . Died of Disease,
!9'f an honr's enoeutster with Riitli-n! Rsloh G Christie. Kokomo Ind.
naval forces. i Orla H cipiuk, Centra'ia Wa-h.
Word is received from Washington
that rongrPss still not a-t en War time
A t per cent beer measure has been
killed ia the Massachusetts house of
' The Carman government hs ordered
the arnmt of lr. Ilortnn, president of
the uc Khme rej-tiblie.
DAILY XJVX STOCK KAREZT
Tone of market steady
Good to choice steers $llffil2
Fair to good ste-rs t lot? 10.90
Corauioa eteers $7.5J(i S
Choice eows snd heifers $8.30(all
Oood to cholcs cows fd heifsrl
Aiediujn to good cows and heifers
Fair to medium caws sad heifer
4. Ives 'ii 13
nto a eoirtraet according to said flans
and specifications. Said cheek to be
made payable to the Agricultural col
lege of the state of Oregon. If for any
reaaen the bidder fails te execute the
proper contract and bond required with
in ten days after notification of the
acceptance of hia bid, then eertified
check will become forfeited to the Ag
ricultural college of the state of Ore
Tone of market steady
Prime miaed $19(519.50
Rough heavie $17,505? 1.30
Hulk $19.r.0fi 19.75
Pigs $18..Wd 19.50
Tone of market tMady
Prime lemrMi $1314
Fair to medium lmbs $1213
full kmbs 'M1Q
Ewes ffu T.30
FEDERAL FARM LOANS 3 pew
cent Interest. Prompt servlcs. 84if
years im. Federal farm loan boc4
for sale. A. C. Bohrnstedt, 401 htan
sonie Temple, Sulem, Oreaa.
INiiURAN;JB COUVf tir-For Ire lan
formation about Life Ineuranea
J. F. Hutchason, dist. mssatsr fo
the Mutual Life of N. Y., sltW at
371 State St., Salem, .Or. Offisa
phone 99, residence 1390. tt
HOP LEK, expert laundrynsas, 4SJ
Ferry St. I pay top market priea for
chickens and Eggs. Office phowa
1339J, residence 1333J.
Our Prices are Right
M. ZANDLEK, Proprietor
Summer Street, Salem, Oregon
STEWART'S 'REPAIR SSIOPEava
just installed a machine that wiU
shsrpea lsnnrr.owerj the awn as t
factory puts them out new. Brief
sll vour Lght repair work to sse. Al
vin B. Stewart, 347 Court 81. rhon
KNicnTS of pYTniAS itmrr at
McX'ornaek haH oa verr Tdf
at 8. Walter Leoon, C. C, F. i
Kuntz, K. R. k S.
ROYAL Neighbors of America, '"
goa Grape camp .Ml. 1 met vrifj
Thurnday evening ia MeCornar k 4
Elevator sr-viee. Orac!e, Mrs. t ae
rie E. Buan, 64 i Union tt;
der Mrs. Uoiwrn Person, J4 1 .
4!h8t. Phons 1430M.