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SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1919.
'.Giving -Up Farmin;
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1263 COURT STREET
uesday, June 24
Consisting of 1 fine Wilton rug, 9x12, good design
like new; 1 Axminster rug, 9x12, good design, like
new; 1 Brussels carpet, 6x9; 1 Brussels hall carpet, 5
yards; 1 Brussels rug, 9x12; 1 large Maple dresser;
1 fine 14 Oak bed room set including bed stead, ex
tra large Princess dresser, with French plate glass
mirror, wash stand, good spring and silk floss mat
tress; 1 large Oak Dresser, with place glass mirror;
1 solid Oak side board with mirror; 1 solid Oak col
onial library table; 2 white enamel beds, springs and
felt mattresses; 1 solid Oak extension table, square
6 legs; 1 beautiful Oil Painting in heavy gilt frame,
5x7; 1 cane seated Oak rocker; 1 cane seated Oak
sewing rocker; 6 cane seated Oak diners; 6 solid Oak
diners with leather seats; 1 settee, spring rocker and
arm chair to match; 1 Oak stand table; 1 extra fine
oak hall rack with extra fine mirror; I umbrella
M; 1 mahogany music cabinet; 1 mahogany piano
stool; 1 luonge; 1 good heater block and pipe; 1
magazine rack; 1 cloth basket; 1 small looking
glass; 1 patent ironing board; 6 pictures and frames;
1 50-foot good rubber hose; 1 4-blade lawn mower,
like new; 1 good wringer; 1 ice cream freezer; 5
plants with jardinieres; 7 pair draperies; 8 pair fine
curtains; 11 window blinds; electric. globes, dishes,
kitchen utensils, long flower bench, hand axe, single
BB shot gun, kitchen table, stool, looking glass,
cloth bar, window cleaner, oil mop, hop basket, lan
tern, slop jar, 2 gallon crocks, brushes, oil heater,
lamp, wringer, axe, copper boiler, baby's bath tub,
No. 3, galvanized tub, 12 dozen fruit jars, axe, 2
rakes, bed pan, rope, 2 stools, 5 small rugs, umbrel
la and many other things. TERMS CASH.
NOTE The owner has sold his home and every
thing offered for sale goes to the highest bidder.
This is an opportunity to furnish your home. Every
body welcome. Come one. Come all. Don't forget
time and place, 1263 Court Street, 1:30 p. m. '
I Owner, 1263 Court St.
F. N. WOGDRY,
Phone 510 or 511
Woodry Buys for Cash or, Sells on Commission
Vtavl the old home remedy. Mn. A.
O. Foor, Marion hotel. t il
S(. Carl B. Millar has opened his
dental office at 61U-511 U. B. bank
tldg. Tbuna Sil. tf
Newport fishing season opens; ling
cod alined, 15c, and whole fih 12a er
found; red cod lOe pound. Fitts Mar
Kant B. Krapo, a mechanic with the
81t 1j vision has arrived in Charles
town, according to a telegram receiv
ed by hit Mtrents, Mr. and Mrs, J. J.
Kt; of this city. Hp h:i been in
'ranee aiiwo AugiiNt of 1WI8 mid mw
active mrrir in the Mots-Verdun sec
tor during the two niontjis previous to
two siKinog of the armistice.
W buy liberty bonds. 314 Maaonle
t. . tf
Dr. John S. Sites, dean of College of
Music at Willamette university, will
accept limited number of students
ia voice, piano and cello, for the "in
ner. 1237 Court m. 1'hone 026. B 19
"Doc" Lewis, formerly with the Per
TT drug atore, hna received hii dis
charge recently at Wan Kranciaeo, ac
cording to information received todav,
AJtw a short viit In fail eity he will
return to halom,
Ct. L. a. BprliuEer, denUat, Most
hirtf. corner Court and Liberty.
nse III. tt
Eno at armory tonight I
Dauoe at armory tonight
Gooseberries, strawberries ad Eoutirh
cherries. We are in tho market. Bring
I hem to our big plant opposite 8. V,
Co. passenger atation. 1'lici Co. tf
Bargains are bolng picked up. A
good 5 room bungalow, fine lot, seat
front, amall cemented basement, fruit,
flowers, cement walks, half block from
cur line at 2 3 Iti replacement aluc.
Installment tonus Ilka rent. Win. Flem
ing, 341 State Bt. 0 21
Bny your furniture at auction on
Tuesday, l-'lta Court Mt. See ad iu to
day's paper. 0 2.1
Mr. Dotaon will conduct a summer
school, providing enough pitpilt are se
cured. Anyone interested inav call at
1009 I'nioii street, d'huiie 5i:i".
Chinese Medicine and Tea Oav
Baa medicine which will sure a"
Open Bundnyt from 10 A. VL
until 8 P. M.
133 South High Kt.
Bslem, Oregon 1'hoae 2J3
oeeeeee ee -e4
Why Pay More?
Tubs Galvanized 5-Ply Goodyear Hose
HA $1.50 41.75 50 Ft $7.50
Dining Chairs Library Tables
$1.75b$5.C3 4750 to $40.00
NEW FURNITURE ARRIVING DAILY
Peoples Furniture and Hardware Store
271 N. Commercial St Salem.
June 23 Monday - Harvey 's
MinsireU at Opera house.
June 25 Wednesday Dance
at armory, by ika lodge.
June 22 30 , Campaign for .
Salvation army foods.
July 3 fioceptioa to returned
aoldiers at Mahea sqoare, I p.
July 4 Big Fourth ef Jsly
celebration in ISaUm.
July 5 Homecoming for re
(I let on and Marahfield are each con
tending for the convention.
Tickets for eompUmentary concert
gives by pupile of Mi Makers at the
opera kouiw Friday June 27, must be
reserved Monday Juue 23d. Exchange
tickets not valid after that date.
Concert given by Kiss Xagen pu
pils. Esrhange, tickets must be reserv
ed Monday. None reserved after that
idate. Only 10 tkketa nav be reserved
' l. v . .
SMdal mectins of Balem
lodge Xo. 4 A. F. A. M. this
evening?. Work in 1h v..
p degree. Viaiting brethren wel
, "VICKY VAN"
"GET AWAY KATE"
Try Northern riour, it's a Bear,
every ssck guaranteed. At yonr gro
' e '
Artificl"! teeth, have expert plato
avan, with over 35 years erperience.
at my office. Dr. D. X. Beechler, den
tist, 302 U. 8. Mat. bank bldg. U
Call Fatton Plumbing Co. for your
repair work. Phone 1668, 220 N. Con.
An enthusiastic meeting In behalf of
the Salvation army curnpaign fund wan
held last niht at Mt. Angel. The
speaker of the evening was Roy I
Shields. Dr. K. O. 'Appleby presided as
chiiirnian. The program included a se
lection by the ladies quartot of Wood
burn, vocal xolo by O. L. McDonald,
reading by Kthelwynn Kelly and a vo
cal solo by Claude H Hteveneon. The
mee-ting was held in tho moving pic
ture theater which was crowded to the
door. All report a most enthusiastic
sension and much interest in the coin
ing campnign for iunds.
balem Cigar Factory ii now making
"La Coroua" and "Little Salem" ci
gars exactly as they were mado before
tihe war. Smnking them reminds you of
old times. tf
Dr. Mott, Bank of Commerce, 40V-8.
, , tf
Dr. L. E. Springer, dentist. Moors
bldg. eorner Court and Liberty.
Phone 114. tf
A telegram was received this morn
ing by lr. and Mr. W. H. Mott from
their son, Captain Lloyd UoTT, that ho
had arrived safely in New York. Ho
is in the medical corpa and has been in
tho service for one year over aens, with
tho 4th corps. Ho has recently been
with tho army of occupation in Ger
Dr. B. F. Pound, recently returned
from service, announced rooporing of
his dental office, Bth floor U. B. Na
tional bank bldg. Phone 169. . tf
We buy snd sell notes, mort
gages and nil kinds of bond.
ITAWKIKS & ROBERTS ...
314 MiiHonie Building
B. P. O: E. attention. SiMcial loAurn
meeting Monday eveuing at 8 o'clock.
Ail Colonel, mntnina ftftil m-nrkur. in
SalvatTon army drive are urged to te
present, important, ixmgtinuta and eol
fee will be se-rved iv Salvation lml en.
Chas. R. Archerd, Exalted Jtuler.
Harry J. Wenderoth, past exalted
ruler of Salem lodge tfo. 336, B. P. O.
E. will leave next Thursday for Atlan
tic City to attend .the annual meeting
of the grand lodge. As exalted ruler
of the dClks with his term expiring Inst
April, he becomes the delegate of the
home lodge at the annua) meeting. Ue
will visit New York, Philadelphia and
Washington on his return and stop a
few daya at San Antonio, Texas, where
Mrs. Wenderoth has been viaiting rel
atives the-pant month.
Geo. Metcalf, 1263 Court Bt. sells,
all the (furniture of his home at public
auction on Tuesday June 24th 1:30 p.
m. See particulars in today s paper.
The body of William J. Clark who
died at his home yesterday in Portland
will arrive in the city this evening
over the Oregon Klectrie in care of
the Rigdon company. Burial will be
Sunday morning In the Odd Fellows
cemetery. The funeral servieea were
WOMAN CURED OF
Portland, Or., June 14, 1019.
Dr. 8. C. Stone:
Enclosed please find 57 cents in
atmnps for which please send mo an
other box of your Stomach Powders
Blues Relief, l'leiine send at eaily date
as convenient. Also find my recom
mend which I nm only too glad to give,
truly hoping it is satisfactory and not
too long. I could write a amail neiv-
Ipcr of the wonderful relief it has
given mo. I would be only too glad
to talk to tho suffering ones in person
about your wonderful Stomach Powder
ft Bluoa Relief. Tha'ikln? you in ad
vance for a quick respond,
MRS. ELLA WAGINAAR,
491 Williams Am, Portland, Or.
E. E. Cleaver of Pendleton will ea-
tnllinh a branch agency here for the,
buying of all the coal tnr products of
the plant of tho Portland Railway
Ltuht and Power to, on Water and
Clieineketa streets. The tar will be mix
ed with other chemicals and prepared
tor the making or water proofing ana
tnr paint for roofs. From the tar tak
en from the plant here, there can be
produced about 2O0 gallons of paint
each month. Heretofore the tar has
been shipped to firms using it in the
raw statu for putting on gravel roofs.
For first olsss work call Society
CJeaners snd Dyers, 1272v Stata St.
fhone 16H4. tf
Minnetta Mixers special summer
term In vocal begins June 20 21. Ari'ly
studio C21 Court St. 7 21
I bny Junk of all kinds, rags aid
bottles, metal, iron, broken down autos
sad parte of autos. Give as a trill.
Steinlock Junk Co. S2 N. Com. Bt.
I'aona SOS. K
Ths eonntv conn V ft I .w&rAct ta fl
A. Itai-liun nf l.vnin ih tpnntrj4 tnr
building the three cement bridges oa
tne Jcrfersen Hsy between Jcfferwn
and the Jackaon tirll. His bid waa S'J4.
W per cubic ysrd for cement. 0 34
cent a a pound for Meol and 2H eeats
per limul foot for railing. Erixon ft
Jones of this city were the next low
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Terwilllgsr, grad
uate morticians and 'funeral directors,
770 Chemrkrta ft. 1'hone '24.
Tonight, dance at M. B. A. hall near
Chomawa. Four piece oreheatra Auto
leaves Mmtome Temple 8:30.
Dane at armory tonight
The Elkt lodge at Eugene has lined
p in support of Salem s claim for the
tate convention of Klka for the 19 JO
meeting. The lodjie here was notified
that uch action had recently heca tok
en and the Eugene dr Urates intrud
ed to vete for alem at the Mate meet
ing to be held at Klamath i'alis, Pen-
Portland, Or-., Juno 14, 1919.
To Whom It May Concorn:
I have been a constant suffer of
stomach troubles for tho past six years.
Ilavo suffered untold atjoiiy a id mis
ery and spent money doctoring with
first class doctors. Have been told by
them that I lntd ulcers, cancer and a
growth in the stnmiieh. Hnve tried so
many kinds of patent medicines and
remedies which helped others. Was on
diets, lost my appetite, broke down in
my nerves, couldn't eat; drink or sleep
in a minute of peace was a wreck In
fact all over. 1 finally lost iu weight
from 160 pounds to scant 124 pounds. I
lived and existed on sold, frenh, sweet
milk to which the doctor ordered me to
add one tcaspoonful of multed milk in
glnna of milk I drank. I suffered no
one knows but myself the unknown in
ward niiwry with that constant nag
ginc burning, throbbing sensation in
my stomach. At times 1 would gel per
fectly despondent and carueetly pray to
die. So over a year ago I hoard of Dr.
8. C. Stone's Stomach Powders apd
Blues Relief and thought I'll take an
other chance, and thank God, my heav
enly Father, it did and hss ptoved my
relief and help and I believo euro. I
eat and drink anything I see I want
'and crave at any time. As I say It is
over one year ago but I eentanlly keep
I tl.A m..l..r. In V. kttluA anl h.n T
feel the least ditrcyed or any ono of
my family or frienda complain I ara
only too glad to mix them a dose and
se how quickly they are relieved. I
can!t recommend it to highly, neither
can I aav bv writing and make one
know and understand the relief it has
given me from suffering untold aony
and 1 say to ech and everyoue who is
suffering with Indigestion a id stomach
troublm thia powder ia warth its weight
ia gold. Am only too glad to toll oth
er sufferers whnt relieved me and
Iruthfullv believe will relieve them.
ilR. ELLA WAGENAAlt,
491 Williams Ave., Portland, Or.
Dr. Stone's Stomach Powdef Crt
and Bines Relief . . ,UC'
For indigestion, liver complaint,
stomach trouble, blues, despondency
snd "Down ia the mouth."
(Stone's Dixj Store)
111 North Commercial Street,
Cen?nltatton acd Advice Free.
20 acre Faam, Cows, Horses, Pigs, Machinery
Furniture, Tools, Etc. 2 miles East of Salem on
the Penitentiary Road
Thursday, 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 2'4 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 pigs; 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 15young ones; 1 fine team of well match
ed bay mares, weight 2,000 lbs.; lC6tands Italian Bees in patent hives.
One Champion Mower, 4Uj 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 saddle and bridle; 8 bbls. apple cider vinegar; 1 40-gallon caldron kettle; 1
pair buggy shafts; 1 light buggy tongue.
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
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
TERMSFarm $1,000 cash subject to $3,000 mortgage at 7 per cent. Bal
ance arranged to suit purchaser at 6 pr 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.& LC.RYAN F.N.W00DRY
OWNER. Phone 19F3 THE AUCTIONEER. Phone 510 or 51 1
NOTE :--Nothing sold until day of sale. Lunch served on grounds.
Woodry Conducts Sales of Every Description Anywhere.
held this morning in Portland. He was
an uncle of W. Council lyer and a
The buriul will 'be in the family plot at
the Odd Fellowa cemetery.
0. & Baker at 1290 North Winter Bt
will sell hi new modern 3 roomed bun
galow at auction on Wed. June 2."th,
1:30 p. m. See ad in today's paper. 6i3
Edward W. Wilkins, a former resi
dent of this city died yesterday in
Portland, lie wss formerly a resident
lot Salem but a few years ago went to;
Portland to ninke his home with his'
'daughter. The body will be brought I
acre iu rare of cUb ft I lough and I M
'burial wiH le Mondsv morning iu the I 5
jOdd Fellows cemetery.
I Listen 1 Buy a Mallory bat at Bish-i
op's a man's hat for a man.
( Mallory natal Certainly! Bishop's
ihave just received the largest shipment
of hats in the city. Fit your head at
Special meeting of Pacific lodge No.
50 A. Y. ft A. M. tomorrow morning
at 9:13 a. ul. to attend the funeral of
our hue Hro. VYm. J. Clark, late a neat
he f WaAington lodge .No. 46, Port
land, Or. Visiting brethren welcome
Miss Beatrice Sh el ton's annual mus
icals will be held on Monday June 23.
snd Wcdnewlav June ;Sth at'8:15 P. m.
I in the First Congregational church.
! Professor T. 6. Roberts, Miss Ada Mil
Mer and Mr. and Mr. Alfred Schramm !
will aniat at Mias rihelton's annual!
musical Monday June 23d at the 1st j
Miss Bertha Clsxk; whistler, and Wil-
liam Harris, baritone will assist at '
Mias Shelton's recital Wednesday eve-i
Bing at the PI rat Congregational church '
The high school gtrli thorns will be
one T the feature of Miss Micltoa s
BUY A HOME
5 LARGE ROOMED BUNGALOW
1290 North Winter St."
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23th, 1:30 1. M. SHARP
Described as follows: Nearly new 5 roomed bunga
low, with fire place, Dutch windows, Dutch kitchen,
built in buffet, book case and china closet, electric
lights, water, full sized basement, well designed
home. Made of the best material throughout, with
lot size 66x127, located on corner of Winter and
Gains street facing west. This home will have to
be seen to be appreciated. On hard surface street
1 block from pavement and 1 block from car line, 1
block from school and church- The owner is going
east, and this home will be sold to the highest bid
TERMS $500 cash; balance of purchase price ar
ranged to suit purchaser on monthly payments or
otherwise. Abstract and title. c
C S. BAKER, F.N. WOODRY,
Owner, 1200 N. Winter St. TjC Auctioneer.
hone 1090J Phone 510 or 511
NOTE List your sales with Woodry for Results
rwital Wcdnewlav evrning at the First , mr, flCi fCI T V T ' It i
congregational church. lccre is A VArt a xlcm iqt Your Every Need.