Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, June 14, 1919, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8

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SALEM, OREGON.
SATURDAY, JUNE 14 1919.
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20 acre Faam, Cows, Horses, Pigs, Machinery
Furniture, Tools, Etc. 2 miles East of Salem on
the Penitentiary Road
iursday, June 26 10 a. m.
Consisting of fine 20-acre farm with 8 roomed house, bath, toilet, hot and
cold water, hydrants in yard, fine lawn and shrubbery; 2 large barn 40x50;
woodshed 16x24; well house 12x12 with windmill and 3,000 gallon tank. One
and a half acres of apple, cherry and prune orchard; farm all fenced in seven
fields; all in crop and seeded to clover; soil black rich loam; all kinds of small
fruit. Only one-half mile from school and 2 miles to Salem churches. This
is a fine farm and is worthy of your attention-.
One large Holstein cow, 8 year old with calf at side; 1 fine Holstein and
Durham cow, 6 years old, giving 2'J gals, per day; 1 extra fine Jersey cow, 4
years old, giving 2' gals, per day; 1 black Jersey, 6 years old, giving 4 gals,
per day; 1 beautiful Jersey heifer, 19 months old, with calf at side; 1 pure bred
Holstein bull, 2 years old, State Breed'ng, weight 1100 lbs. "fat"; 1 registered
Poland China Brood Sow with 6 fine igs; 3 Poland China Shoats, weight
150 pounds each; 2 Poland China Gilts, weight 150 pounds each; 60 fine Ply
mouth Rock Hens "pure bred"; 8 finePlymouth Rock Roosters "pure bred";
2 fine Bronze Turkey Hens with lSyoung ones; 1 fine team of well match
ed bay mares, weight 2,000 lbs.; lOstands Italian Bees in patent hives.
One Champion Mower, 4' foot cut' good shape; 1 Champion Hay Rake, 10
foot cut; 1 2'-inch Bain Wagon double box, bolster spring complete; 1 heavy
Spring Wagon, new; 1 light Buggy, old; 1 2-horse 8 shovel Cultivator; 1
1-horse 5 shovel Cultivator; 1 long handled Tree Pruner; 1 Empire cream sep
arator No. 1, fine shape; 1 Hand Corn Planter; 1 14-inch Oliver Chilled plow
1 8-inch Oliver Chilled plow; 1 14-inch steel beam plow; 1 hand garden plow;
1 hand garden seeder; 1 Kimball pulverizer; 2 sets double work harness; 1
set light double harness; 1 set single express harness; 1 set heavy breeching;
1 paddle and bridle; 8 bbls. apple cider vinegar; 1 40-gallon caldron kettle; 1
pair buggy shafts; 1 light buggy tongje.
A full supply of Restaurant dishes to accommodate 150 people, including
plates, cups, saucers, side dishes, forks, knives, spoons, etc. Also a large
supply of white enamel dishes which were purchased for a lodge. Never been
used.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Iculding heater; fine 6 octave Packard
organ; beds; springs; mattresses; spool cases; 1 Oliver typewriter, good shape
rockers; dining chairs; tables; barrel churn; pictures; lamps; fine double
plate looking glass and mantle; lounge; log chains; crosscut saws; 3 pair still
ards; seldge; forks; scoop shovel; garden hoes; rakes; vice and anvil; crow
bars; grubbing hoes; extra bee hives; cherry boxes. A lot of 5-gal. honey
cans.
TERMS Farm $1,000 cash subject to $3,000 mortgage at 7 per cent. Bal
ance arranged to suit purchaser at 6 p?r cent interest. Terms of machinery,
etc.: All sums of $10 and under, cash. Over that amount time to Nov. 1, '19,
to parties furnishing aproved bankable notes at 8 per cent interest,
R.R.& L C.RYAN F.N.W00DRY
OWNER. Phone 19F3 THE AUCTIONEER. Phone 510 or 511
NOTE: Nothing sold until day of sale. Lunch served on grounds.
Woodry Conducts Sales of Every Description Anywhere.
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Oreifun Eleotrtc changa, effective1
Siiliinluy June 14t Tiaius !M a .! 24 !
will 1)0 withdrawn ami So, 18 loavinjf!
Hiilrm at 4 p. in. will not nmko local J
sh between Snlein and West Wood
burn, ai formerly. 6 1fl'
Salora Cigar Factory lit bow making
"La Corona" and "Little Salem" ct
gir fiaetly an llnv worrt m,le before
tlie war. Smoking thorn remind, voa of '
old tiioea. - tf j
Dr. Mutt, Bank ef Commerce, 407-8. i
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Dr. L. E. Bpringw, utlrt. Moore
bldjj. oomor Court and Librrty. i
Plione 114. tf I
Dr. B. T. pound, recently retnrr.ed'
from eorvine, announees K-opcnir.g ofj.
hie doiHal offirf, 5th floor V, S. Ka-1
tionul bank bliljr. l'hono lot. tf I
Prteej on fish lower.' Ling cod or;
red eod ulieed 15e. Whole fth J2 '
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And fitting glasses is
our exclusive work, and
only the most modern
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When we have VOUr plasp . rpnrlv fnr fli.it! ,f.
rnt, they are eyeglasses of the finest quality, ex
; aly nwdc to correct the defect of YOUR eyes.
Have your eyes examined today.
' j Sm Bank of Commerce Building
Jane 14. Saturday Annnal
flag day exercises of Kike lodge
WUlBon park, 8 p. m.
June 18 School eletioa, one
director.
June 17 Tuesday Monthly
meeting Salem Commercial flub
June 17 Tuesday First
Cherrian band eoneert, Will
ton park.
JHine 18 Wednesday Elk "a
band danee a t armory.
I For first class work call
j Cleaners and Dyers, State
! Phone 10S4.
Society
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j The 8alem Velle company his opened -!a
sorvue station and repair shop in
! connection with their salesroom with an
j expert shop man in charge. Ail kinds,
of auto repairing will be .given careful!
attention. . 6-17
Bead Bishop's ads,
money.
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CECIL B. DeMILLli'S :
; "THE BQUAW MAN"
VAUDEVILLE 1
WTJRUTZEE ORGAN
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Private Hiram B. Cooper is another
of the boys who arrived from l'ra:ice
and is home oure again. He went oe
iwith Company M but was transferrer
t" the 28th infantry. His experience in
cluded getting gassed several times,
getting shot once through the hnnd,
having his rifle shot from his shoulder
and having his knajmaek blown off his
baek by a shell. He was a former hign
school student. He is here on a 15
day ftirlmiph and will report fur duty
at Salt Lake city.
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i I boy junk of all kinds, rags and
bottles, metal, iron, broken down autos
and parts of autos. Give us a trial.
Steinbock Junk Co. 328 N. Com. Bt.
Phone 305. ti
On and After June 16, 1919
The Capital National Bank will
close its doors promptly at 3 p. m.
v CAPITAL NATIONAL' BANK
J. H. Albert, President Jos. H. Albert, Cashier
Try Northern rionr, It 'a a Bear,
every sack guaranteed. At youi gro
cers, tf
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Dr. Carl E. Miller has opened his
dental office et 510 511 U. 8. bank
bldg. Phone 341. tf
Stage between Balem and Portland
Leaving Portland 6:30 a. m.
Leaving Baleir iO a. in.
Leaving Portland 1 p. m. I
Leaving Hnlem 4 p. m.
Leaves Oregon Electric Depot Salem
Leaves Seward hotel Portland.
Price tl each way. 817
Charles W. Craig arrived in Salem
Thursday evenins having in his pos
session his dinehargo papers as a mem
ber of tho 15th eoinpnnv, 20th engin
eers, American expeditionary forec. He
was In r'runce about ,10 months, the
greater portion of which time he spent
in mil work iu proximity to tho front
line,
Yonng ladies wanted for telephone
opernting, pnid while learning. Appiy
Chief 0M-ratOr the Pacific Tiicpmiiio
& Telegraph Co., 170 N. Liberty. 6 14
Artlficlal teeth, havo expert plate
man, with over 35, years experience,
at mv offiice. Dr. D. X. Boechler. den.
list, '302 TJ. 8. Nat, bank bldg. tf
All Elks meet at club ooms t 7:30
June 14 to participate in Flng dny ex
ercises. 6-14
Call Patton Plumbing Co. fdr your
repair work. Thone 1068, 220 N. Com.
street. I tf
Reuben Breyman Boise, soil of Mr.
and Mrs. R. P. Iioiso, arrived home
Thursday morning, direct from Franco,
or rather from Germany as he has been
with the army of occupation. Mr. Boise
has seen his shnre of -Klitiug as he
was with the First division in the great
offensive. Ho was gassed two or three
times but managed to pull through nil
right. He went into the service with
OunilHiiiy M but was later transferrc
to tho First division.
Bishop delivers
in the right way.
the goods
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We buy liberty bonds. 314 Masonic
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'Gooseberries, strawberries ad Kentish
cherries. We are in the market. Hring
I them to our big plant opposito S. P.
jCo. passenger station. Phes Co. tf
Lucille Barton, Instructor at Willam
ette university, is enrolling students in
her summer classes in voice and pi
ano. 5iS X. 17th street. Phone 1588.
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President Carl O. Dony, appreciat
ing the hearty cooperation of frienrts
and citizens generally, has issued the
following statement: "Willamette uni
versity desires to thank tho eitir.cns of
Salem, the students of Cheimiwa Indian
school, and nil other persons who so
generously cjwitributed their assistance
iu the production of the historical pa
geant. The success of the occasion was
largely duo to their unqualified support
Many new boys suits Just arrived to
day see them. tf
Dr. L. E. Springer, dentist, Moore
bldg. corner Court and Liberty.
Phone 114, tf
NOTICE We have opened first
class repair shon and will give the mo
toring public the very best of service.
Open nijiht and dny and Sundays. Ma
rion Garao. Phono 362. tf
Yeomen attention, You are request
ed to attend funeral of Archor Lctha
ver at Webb & ('lough's at 10
o'clock Sunday June 13. By committee
Knights of Columbus meeting Mon
day evening nt seven o'clock, ficmcu
ber, come early.
J. W. Troy, gospel singr of Port
hind. 1U siiifr and lend a chorus choir
at the First llaptist church tomorrow.
Do rot f.-il to hear J. W. Troy, sing
er, at the First Baptist church tomor.
row.
These who enjoyed the singl'g o
.1. W. Troy at the First Paptist church
last spring will be g'nd to k-ow ho
will conduct n song service and sing
ntlie First Hnjilist church tomorrow.
On the sleeping porch, use one of Chllds iron cribs, white enameled $9
I our H.oO sanitary couches. Bur en's, aud up. Euren's, Com! street.
Com! street. I o
o - I Lena Belle Tartar will continue her
New all steel beds, $11 and up, Btt-:r,rivi't'' vocal-classes this summer. 16J
rV. cou.'i st. , jLib'rty t N -JJU-
' Kiunctta Magers special summer
All steel bed springs, extra good',,.rm in V0(.al bogillg jllne 20 2i, Apply
values, d and 7. Huron's Com'l St. studio 521 Court ft. . 7-21
I Auction Sale
Fine Rustic Home. 3 Lots
and Furniture
1118 IIINES ST., 1 BLOCK WEST OF S. 12TH ST.
Monday, June 16th, 1:30 p. m. Sharp
Consisting of 1 fine Oak Davenport Bed upholster
ed in green velor; 1 massive Fir Library Table; 1
green upholstered Lounge; 1 3-burner Clark Jewel
Oil Stove; 1 oak Roll Top Writing Desk; 1 Magazine
Rack; 1 8-Day Clock; 1 White Drophead Sewing
Machine, like new; 1 oak Dresser and Wash Stand;
1 square Extension Table; 6 good Diners; 1 Axmin
ster Rug, 9x12, extra good; 2 Ingrain Carpets; 3
rolls Matting; 2 white enamel Bedsteads and
Springs; 1 oak Stand Table; 2 oak Rockers; 15 doz.
Fruit Jars; 1 Folding Bed; 1 Fall Leaf Table; 1 Cot;
1 Cupboard; Dishes and Kitchen Utensils; Garden
Hoes; Lawnmower; Ice Cream Freezer; Wash Boil
er; Window Blinks; Ironing Board; Kitchen Cabi
net, with top; 1 new Hammock, and Many Other
Things.
3 P. M. SHARPCosy home consisting of liv
ing room with fireplace and beamed ceiling and pan
eled walls, dining room, kitchen and bedroom and
Reception hall, down stairs, with 3 bedrooms and
den, bath and toilet and closets for each room, up
stairs. Full sized basement with furnace. Large
front porch and small back porch, small barn and
chicken house, including 3 fine lots with beautiful
shade trees and creek running through same. Only
1 block from 12th Street, which is paved; handy to
church, school and streetcar. This is a fine Home;
look into this if you are interested. 'Terms for home,
assume mortgage of $700 due in Sept., 1920, at 7
per cent interest, balance of purchase price cash.
The Furniture will be sold for cash. Be on time.
Come one, come all.
DO YOU WANTS A COUNTRY HOME?
ETTA S0JJIRE SELEY
1118 Hi-es St
Yew Park Addition
. Owrer
F.N. WOODRY.
Tfo Auctioneer.
Phone 510 or 511
Auction
Sale!
June 17
NOTE: Woodry Buys Furnture for Cash. Nuf Sed
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Why Pay
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TB LIBERTY THEATEU BTAKTINQ
SUNDAY
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Chinese Medicine and Tea CW
tUi me.lp-ine which wlil ear any
knows diwiM.
Open Sumlurt from 10 A. If.
until S I. U.
153 South Uij;h St. t '
SaWm, Ori'ua i'huce 2-53 I ;
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oesoav,
1:30 P. M.
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1,J Miles East of the Fairgrounds on the
Sllverton Road
Consisting of 5 3-4 acres of the finest garden
soil in the valley with new ,6-roomed plastered
house, new barn 24x30, with lean too; some fruit,
raspberries, 2000 strawberries, currants; soil black Ml
loam, well drained; 1 acres oats, 2'J acres beans, i
corn potatoes and garden. All goes with place.
TERMS: Place will be sold subject to two
mortgages of $1050 at 6 per cent, and a second mort
gage of $500 at 6 per cent; balance of purchase price
cash.
REFRIGERATORS
$7.50 to 530.00
Ideal Gas Range
$67.50; Worth $35.00
5 Ply Goodyear Hose
50 feet $7.50
BROOMS
70c to $1.00
PABCOLIER The artistic, durable floor covering
90c a Yard
Peoples Furniture and Hardware Store
271 N. Commercial St. Salem.
V.C.BALCH
Owner.
F.N. WOODRY, ....
The Auctioneer.
Phone 510 or 511
ROUTE YOUR FREIGHT VIA
Willamette Valley
Transfer Co.
Express Service at Freight Rates
Long Distance Hauling Only
PHONE 11C0
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS