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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1919.
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U'e have it in the most serviceable artistic designs- Comfortable, rcomy and damp. proof. . It comes in
either upholstered or plain wicker. ' ' -
The complete outfit consisting of chairs, tables, rockers and swing can be bought very reasonable.
Spend Your Leisure Moments With
a Vfctrola. You Will Certainly
; Enjoy Its Entertainment
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FORTY AND FORTY
The (1c rniana were forty yt.irs
ptcpr. riiitjf for the war." .
The treaty, ending; their
dream of world douiiuiua, was
Hiued in us many niiuuto.5.
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Now Open! Service station on Velle,
Cole, Hon and Dort earn. Hist class ati-
FPniirinir fin loin Volifl Pfmmanv
NomnZu-er! .1 ' 'fl "7 I
ftortli conm-irtial. u
Two cows for sale cheap, 1 Durham
ami 1 Durham and Jersey, 4 and 5
years old, Ifresh about seven weeks.
E.'llo X. Commercial. 6 2S
A service of unusual interest has
! 'en arranged at the Pi rot l'n-sbyter.
iau cliunh tomorrow murning at 11
o'clock. In view of the- welcome and
pnlri.itic donionstratiou to come tiPkt
sseek. this service will he reminiscent
of the world war. Iliief addresses will
be made by Harold Kal.iu, Paid Wal-
lace and Kiehard Hanson, who will tell
not only of experiences and obsi'rva-.
lions of the war but lessons arising out
of the war. The service will "be made
snore attractive bv sneeiai music pro
vid. d bv Mss Ada Miller.
. " . . J'rank Hi, htei of this city. Mr. Rii ht.r
J. A. SiddaU leaves today for Astoria! Win ,,.,, th(. in hig store 0I1
in bo l, nf't 'r the business of Mark Court street.
rid .all. w ho is reported M beinij Very j 0
' ' ' Lieutenant Browne, -who Is to fly
. p. lo re juk :;, 4 and 5, has ileenh d deli
By the carelessness of some paaserby nitc.v to ship his airplane to Ashland
wi-h a lighted ciar stub or a flintch, ,) expect, to arrive there tomorrow.
"Bert Sisclio, who is employed at the J, w;i Brrivi. in n!.-m next Wcduos
Jlans.n planing mill at the corner of ,a,-. The aviator has b.eu flving in
flnire't and Mill street, had a bill of Olifornin and in order to fulfill his
about Km in damage hung upon his engagements here and at ilverton,
Mit.Miumile this morning. He left the ,e, idod not to take the risk of flving
lutM-hine standing in front of the Han- over the Kiskivmi mountains. The "avi
ea resilience while st work ia the'ators kIio flew from Mathers field,
will, and later on discovered that the ja,.ramoiito to Portland for the Rose
Irilliinitik'S c,n the interior sum on fir If. r;......l i, . a..
Kippo-i dly from the cnuse .u. sted. 'over the mountains and were obliged to I "r M I','"a M Tarr J: V''"
The tire as quickly put out but nut ; fir at an altitude of from 8000 to 10,-I)t""1 ,-an'',l,,u,,K-antil
the car was consi,lcrbl damax- tjuO feet. ' P- m. Street sjrts and taces.
ed. j I streets adjoining Willsm Pari:.
o I The stats encampment of Spanish! 2 P- Stunt flying over Willson
The weekly report of the Industrial ssr veteran, which will meet in the I'aik bv Lieutenant Browne,
acrid -nt commiirnon shows that there city next Wediics-iay and Thureday 3:30 p. m. Arrival of Oovc.nor 01
"'H'lents reported f-r Hie 'will be given a pleasant time Wednes-'; eott from Kugene in airplane piio.ed bv
we. l. tl r nihout the s!a-e. f this num ,.,,- f,,.r their organization and per-! Lieutenant Crull. De.licr.tion or Olcott
Sht o one proved tats! that of OV mifted to irel di Vn to l.nsintu H,,H n..;. ci.i.i
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' "-'". snipooi r or i oriiaiiu,
It wa. ho-.,n llml ii- ,.f ,
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'.b e. t to the (rnt iioi s r.f the cim -
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r.i .s iiiMimiany ror tms wepx may tho veterans will be taken ia hand and
be -s:gi!'-d in some nu-.-isor-- to the'viven auto ride to the slat, inaritn.
i lint" wee
f r wh i h appeals were aeirt tut fr-jii
"Hh effi 'ial ami rorporatua heaiiquar
e : auxiliarv. The ech making will take)
Eotert C. Paulus, matugfT of Uie Si-pl;,. e at the l.sa.pict. Wednesday eve-
' rr'"' 'i," 'x" "'"" lu'e ng will be taken up with s c'ompli-
Ine U;llamotte Vaiiev Kriit ex. hsn ' m-nanr dance at the armory fir the .
n a. curt of the of died : sis lor., tn wliieh the pitbiie. will be!
f a is r.d big crop of this soa, the jiavite.!.
PnmmitfflO Hol.-loC TKot Psi.1
wiiuiuiivb VVblUkd 1I1UI I UI
ades Will Be Morning
Vlie hiird-woi kiu coniiuitlees
chuiKO of the ;reat Victory program of
next week have been making Rood pro-1
ixtt ft 1 1 coiiitnitti'Ptt nrat'tii'Jiliv um-rio '
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sufficient .let.n.teness so that .t may
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i.f eonsidereil orfici.ll. At a meeting this coiiinnttoe for final arrangements.
hel.l Inst night the matter was gone over j r'olluwiinjr is the completed togram
iu detail, considerable time boiii", iveu!iis it stnmls nt the present hour, tliou(li
to the Bi ruiiomonts for the parade It there may be minor changes next veek.
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ekchnnge found it necessary to have
its nffiiiis psporlv manured and for
this rcn-.Mi the Krnit I'niou has taken
over the Willamette Valley Fruit ex
ilinntc. The offices have been at Cor
vnllis, but during the time Mllr. Paulas
is 4 loaned bcniiipmrters will ibe in
Salem with the Hnlem Fruit irnien of
fices. Mr. i'linllls inm lionn olini, a fi
,iVs tim. to the rtrhnnw ton;.,.,.. ,,.,.1
j,,,; air,,,,,!,. im,, ,, .-ll ,. of U,Mit,
, ,.', to be shipped direct from
(litferent points iu the valley.
Duo to ill health, A. J. Ellis of Sil
verton has sold his furniture stock to
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The I burs. Uiv sevsions. After the organ-
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from the state and eitr officials, and'
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ton and in the nearliy country. I'pon
their ii-turn from auto rid;ng, thev will
be given a bsniiuet at the armorr in
(the camp rojun of the veteran snd
W. W. ore
Ycu Get More for Your Mon:y
Iwkk fi mil v decided tlint both tup bnby
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phrnile aim tire victory paih woiini
li;ie IO Of IH-IU 111 11IC O'MIUHHI t'IM".r
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of the men wn tuKo part in ...0 Kiffj
I parade cannot be presout in thu after-,
'noon. lleio it was decided to hnve
the l.ti I i.v p.irr.lc und exhibit nt Willson
Victory Diirado at 10:30.
wed by the
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I I III' COIIIIII I l I IH1 III UMUIt-lliVUIB IUI
I the baby parade have been made ipj
with ii few exceptions, those mum .1 be-i
linir Mfs. I.ocke, chnirninn; Mrs. U. I..
Moves, Mis. W. 11
Di.vpv. Mis. li. o.
(.'lliiiiin, Mrs. 11. 11. Olinuer, Mr. K. L.
linker, Mrs. win. . Walton, iii're
will bo a series of nine prizes offered
on the baby pnradc, the decoratxn. of
na fh.. .mrun-.a ltf ttw littl.t. a l.nr
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i'",,,,u' I''''' ones in nnticipLcr l. A
, meetin- will be .hold this afternoon by
Xll'ni SllllOUllceiln-lll. HUH llino lliimmi n
to the formation and the various fen-
lures wil be miide Monduy.
8 a. m. and continuing all day July 3
and 4 Registration of service men at
('oiiimorriiil club, issuance of pns.it a anil
assignment to homes for mciiis i.ml
2 p. in. Airplane stunt flying over
8 p. in. Official home comiii recep
tion for service men. Marion brpiaro.
8:.'iH p. in. Street dance at Court and
Church stieets with Chcrriaus as hosts.
fi a. in. National salute of 21 guns.
H a. m. Kcgistrr.tion of service ,nen,
Commercial club, continuing all dny,
9:.'!0 a. m.- Ilaby parade, V.'jl.son
lOi.'il) a. m. March of Victory.
iraud parade of military, patriotic and
fralerniil organ mi t ions, floats, cyclist
sipiailron and features.
11:30 a. m. Patriotic program. Mar
ion Square, Justice Lawrence T. Karris,
"peaker; Adlni r.steb, reader of lecla
rntio i of In.leendence; Major A. I arl
ton Smith, mcsler of cen monies, music
by quartet coniposi-d of Miss Ada Mill
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-Baseball game. Wlllame'te
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P- m. Tired Mothers conrrt and
community sing. Marion Square, oirec
tion of Dr. II. C Epley.
W p. ni. Banquet for service mm.
7: p. m. Exhibtion of foik dan
ring. Wi'lson Park, pupils of Mrs,
" P- '" Street dancs, Cotirt and
Church streets, Cherrisns as I.e.!..,:.
J::Hi p. m. -Fireworks. Cottage street
between Court and State.
- 9:. a. m.-Plnns incom.dete but
R -tW .
sit;htaeeiii! nutoiiiobile tour for service
p. m.Airplauo'ZjlunV flying over
ls!)n l'ark. U. t.
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lllsDll 1 ark.
, P,a uU,.t , m,ryit0 ,1HMli
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1 1 J'tOIiiilU HSlOCIaliOil
Reimisn At Fair Grounds
The Wisconsin Association held its
tenth nnr-ial reunion and tiiciiic at the
H,nt' '' !iunils yesterday. About
! tn s aw,c,aiin
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Hi ti'jhii rn , .JuiljiO UehKtor nni V. L,
cm,,,nin joyed a. rWth of .Inly
Hcbrntiohs , tho picnic on the last
,av (,f w.i101, ft ,(,n )iH.y W(,r(, country
buys bnek in Wisconsin. Those treat's
wore the gift n( .l id(e Hinjjhiiiii and
worn greatly enjoyed by nil.
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I'miinn .pi nil- 1.1 I crii-ion proerHIK
wns an address by Hon Conrad P.
Olson of Porllutul and violin solos, bone
solos and songs by Mr. Kill and Flint,
assisted by Mis. Kosc llngedoru. Fven
Methodists mid those of a deep water
denomination, had a liunl time holding
their feet as turns remining them of
Wisconsin barn dunces of long ago came
to them. Other numbers were vocal
solos by Mrs. Hendry of Salem and Miss'
(Irnre Trestnal of Portland and a
recitation by little Miss Mnxine Clark,
which was especially enjoyed. It was
voted to hold the next picnic at Sil
vertoii. The newly elected officers are:
Judge ('. I. Iliiiehain, president. A. C.
liohmstedt, vice president and Judge
Daniel Webster, sc rotary-treasurer.
LA FOU,KTTK d'riday June 'iT, (iracc
(laughter of Senator Alexander La
follett, agi'd 33 year.
The remains are at the Hig, Ion par
lors and the funeral will hn held at
the 1'nited Evangelical church tomor
row at ; p. in. Reverend Ixivell will
be at the flag
SALEM KINGS PRODUCTS
coam WLNS IN SUIT
TO ENFORCE CONTRACTS
A final decree in the ease of
the Sulem Kiuj Products coul-
paay v. A. Kuperl A Company &
and the Vailoy Cunuieg Com-
siiy, of Ncwberg, ia which. ti.a
Salem company s-Might to e-.ijoia
the defendants from receiving
biis'iv. HiitK.t contract to it, h
tee handed down ia the eiuuit
eoart uf Multnomah county, a?-
curding!,, wurd received here 4c
today. .....', $
Cu-fer tho tenusf the la-
junction which is granted, lh
joined, from accepting Denies
already contracted for by to
Salow King ' Products Cc'
pany, and are further enjoined -from
interfering iu my. way
with the contractu of the plni:.
tiff compatiy. ' '
Pupils Cf Miss Magers In Con
cert Appearance Win High
1 Whatever may have been the prime
l-'bjort of the recital in the opeia huiixe
liift cveniiijr, three things nere cir-
p titinh Btfei rui'lislieil; a crotit audience
:wn tlun'iij;lily etinnned with a vaii.'d
iiinnicsil program of the highest pin'.i'y
, there whs a i'lcsh deiuunatnition of
:the taleut to lie found in Salem--and
!.lis Almettu ilnyorn aepurcd an added
j cvideuco of her iciiius as an instrui-ior
' , Alisa .Ma;;ers class of luivauccd pu-
')'i!s is waile up cf Mmeio'iite ('lower
(linger Jlildu Anmlor, Minnie HihnUcr,
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j luicuci- a. iiiiiuiii, oouniiH .laiiirs ami
.,,.,. .. ,. i t
i before the i.ublie on other oi-casious.
sonio of them inunv limes. I'tobablv
I Hit nit lit' t in- m f'iH' ii tin mi rt tit h,t tuf
fludvHiituo tliun uii tlu hi up of tlir
I i II 1..
I W HI II U J,1 1 " I IIMIM ill!-I (.tilling.
ror u ci Urn to make comparisons
iiuiioiig the soloists would bo tnMng a
I large risk, for every one of the sing
jers iiiidoubtodly appeared to their ad.
miring friends as the particular star
lof the ev-'iiing. It would be the simp
I Kt lnotliod of I'oiiiiiiomhition to say
ithut ull of them appeitii'd in the hiyli-
est tviie of excellence in their i.iiuc
ular stvle of rendition am! personality
The audience vanned iiirdnntly to the
litlle blind violinist Mrs. Olingcr, who
wun brought upon the stage by her in
structor like an iiicuiaatod brute 'i
rose, and who carried them with her iu
her exquisite rendition' of Verdi's
''Caro Nome" in English. She appear
ed twice' tlpon the progrnTiind was re
called. Miiss .loaniia .liimos, the most fnni
ilinr figure of the musical rluge in Su-
loin was leoiHvod as eiithusticiillv as
'ever and ma do as fiivoinblo an impres
sion us ever Willi her roiliiiiduut, ex
pressive soprano which wns especially
effective in ' Spring Had Come." In
coutrust with the. vivacious Miss .Initios
is her choir associate, Miss Hilda Ams
Icr, who adds to a voice of velvety
smoothness and sweetness a , statuesque
benuty tbut has no equnl iu Salem, Her
pussiouutc rendition uf the aria frcm
Carmen hold her listeners spell bound,
Sovornl delightful numbers by Min
nie Schuller wore nimbi more pleasing
by flute obligatos by Margaret Laugh
ton. Florence Huiluii was heartily en
cored on her numbers "A lroaui of
June" and 'Se Karan Rose." William
Harris, another well known figure pre
sented several old favorites, including
' Little Mother o' Mine," in which his
rich, strong baritone shows iis fullest
Varying the vocul program nut a
series of piano mid violin numbers by
Rene L. Decker and Lucie Allele Bock
er which were received with every rvi
ilcnie if delight on the rt of the
audience. On the whole Miss Mager
may take to herself credit for ono of
the most pleasing events of the past
TIIKAi"P--At the Salem hospitnl to
Mr. and Mrs, 4 oininoilure J'. Thrapp,
s3 S. Curch street, Salem, Saturday
June L'S, IHIIt, a sun, to he called
Commodore Porrv. Jr.
Horlick's the Ofigloal
Vlalted Milk Avoid
i.. LIBERTY BOND QUOTATIONS
New York, June 28. Liberty bonn :
'quotations: 3, 's, U9.32; second 4 'a, 1
i3JM: second 4's. 94.14: third 4 ',' J
05.08; fourth 4'4's, D4.H; i 69.9(1;
K meAA m . mm nrmm-
ipplr lightly, without liS
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friction f HfV
"YOUR BODYGUARD" -3Qf.6Q.t.20
W. T. BIQDON k CO
252 North High 8tret
Journal Want Ads
Quick Reference To Finns That G:v5 Service On Short
Where Buyer And Seller Meet We
Recommend Oar Advertisers.
Salem Electrio Co., Masonic Triple,
FOR SALE Cheap, neat modera 5
iom bungalow with 3 good lots one
Mock from paved street. 3 block :
from car line, half ensh, balance eaey i
terms: also 3 acres 2' miles from :
city limits, 3 room house, well near
porch, good barn, about 50 fruit tree j
Price 1400. half cash. Square Peal
Realty Co. Phone 4T0. 6-7
;iS acrea all the best of river bottom.
2S cultivated, well fenced; 6 room
buuptlow, barn, hoj house, cliieken
hoiw family fruit, j-iow-iiig crop if
a dd soon. This farm is worth -."0:so CASH K I I U K I) G oo i ovtrcoM
ler acre, but to move tt quickly
will Hake fu-uKl on ensy terms. I
100 acres, i0 cultivated, house. 21
barn, lots of outlmiMin;, well fenc
ed, closo to school und Station, 8
miles from Salem, only 3 per acre.
113 acres, "S cultivnted, 8 room house
bara, Harare, all necessary outbuild
ings balame of the plme in timber
and stump pasture, fine family or
chard; only -irt) per acre, ' j cash bal
117 acres, nil tho best of river bot
tom land; t0 in cultivation and iu
crop, which all goes; room
house, two old barns, nil well fenced,
l'i miles from Henna Vista, owner
waiBts to return to Europe; only $75
i'or best buys in ranches or city prop
, S(H.1)I.()FSKV, Huyne buildiuj;.
rt-n O(o tt:i.. K-i,
viu oio. xii&ucb iiii.eB yitlli iv
JUI,K' nanQ macmn'
ery. Be uro and call 393, get the risW
prices. Tho squars deal house,
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
271 Cbemckcta St.
I Tfcs Capital Journal . t
I Daily Harket Report
Wheat, soft white .10
Wheat, lower grade on sample
lnv, cheat - $4
Hay, oats . (2?
Hurley, ton - 55
Mill run :. ti:iJH
Creamery butter jo(i ."iGc
Fork, Vsai and Mutton
Pork on foot 18Vjgl8e
Vcul, fuuey U VuC" -Oc
Cows !i(i i',jc
Spring lambs 10to Ua
hwes .... HUM
Sheep, yearlings 7c
ggs and Poultry
Rhubard - e
New potuloes SVio
Green onions doZ - 4Ur
Onions sack j.50
Cubbage .. - oe
Heud lettuce - 70s
C'arrotts - 4'ie
Bunch beets 43'
Watermelons - -. 4c
Lemoiis, box .. fife
llanauas . U'e
California grape fruit 10.00
Wlaek figs lb. 16uls
Whits figs, lb. HKoyiilW
Package figs pw bx 60 pkg H'O.itO
Hokty, extraetcd .. 20
E:gs, dozen . 4.'i(o.j0e
Creamery butter 6oC
Country butter 6.'i(;!lOe
FliMir, hard wheat 3.lor,o3..5
Portland, Or. June IX. Butter, city
Eggs, wderted local es 43fti 44c
Cheese, triplets 3739c
DAILY LITB STOCK MslBK-BT
Tone of market steady. .
(iond to choice steers tldfoll
Fair to good steers '.i(u tf.iO
Com mon steers t7(a 7.30
Common to fair steers UiH.M
Choice (ows and heifers t'fft i".50
O'Kid to choice cows ara heifsn
Medium to fair eows and heifer
Fair to medium cows and hcifen
Tone of market strong.
Prime mixed $f 'J0..5.
Medium mixed I!i..Vito IW.75.
Rough heavies sftH,..1.
Hulk WMi 'JO, '.M.
Pigs $17,ii In 18.30.
Try Sulem First In Buying
127 North High-
j AUTOS without drivers to -ire, 1 dol-
lar per hour. IU7 8. Com. 6L Fhaa
WHY SELL FOR LESS?
We will -pay you mora rash for yanf
houm'hold pioda. Get our kid before
you sell. Teopics irnitur and Har4
wan' tture, 271 Com. St. Photta
SECOND HAND GOODS
hoca and suits, all kinds of musto
al instruments, shotguns, rifles, heats
ing stoves, gas stoves, suit cases sad
10U0 other useful articles to sell of
trade. What have yout Ths Csp twl
Lxchange 337 Court St. Phoao 4jJ,
YOl'R used furniture, stoves, earpeta
and tools, us we pay fair prices t'ft
even-thing. Call 8(7
CAPITAL JIAKOWAKE 4 Fl'KNt
TP UK CO.
2S3 N. Com 1 St.
HAT BUM K10 I elcan and block
Indies' and Men's h.HS. Just rs
ceived a list renovating machine. It
gets the dirt, Try it once. 0. 1,
tlUworth. 4H5 Court St. Sulem, Or.
STOVES KEBt'lLT AND KEPAIBEO
50 years experience, Depot Nutroasd
and American fence,
Si7cs 28 to 58 in. bb.th
Paints, oil still varnish, ete. ,
Loganberry and hop hooks,
gallon Pence nd Stovr Works,
2M) Oourt street, phone,i24. '
J. A. Rowland Furniture StortJ
Buys, sells and exchanges new and
!!d hand furniture. All kinds at
repair work, light grinding, fillngi
and brazing a specialty. R'HH
prices. 217 North Comuiorcial bl
8ALEM HOAVKNOKU Oarbags Sn4
refuse of all kinds removed on moat
' ly contracts st reasonable rates
Ccsb pools cleaned. Pond animals ro
moved Office phone Main 167.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Real Estate Security
THOS. K. FORD
Over LadJ ft Bush bank; Salem Orsgo
PKDERAL -FA KM LOANS 5H per.
cent interest. Promt servies. 84 V
years timo. Federal farm loan boada
for sale. A. C. Bohrnstedt, 401 Mas
sonio Temple. Sulem, Oregon.
INSURANCE COUNCiu For frss isn
formation about Life Insnrsnes sea
J. P. Htitchnson, dist. rnansest fo
the Mutual Life of N. Y., offies al
371 State St., Sulem, Ore. Otflss
phono 1)9, resilience 131).. tl
Our Prices are Right
W. M. ZANDLEB, Proprietor
1235 N. Bummer Street. Balom, Oregoi
STEWART'S REPAIR SHOP Haa
just installed a msehins thai wiU
sharpen Inwnmoweri ths asms s taa
factory puts them out new. Brlaf
all your light repair work to sbs. AJc
vin B. Stewart, 347 Court Bt. Plioaa
KNIGHTS OP PYTHIAS MEET AT
McCornnck hull on every Tuesday
at 8. Walter Lenon, C. C, P. i.
Kuotr., K. B. ft S.
ROYAL Neighbors of America, Or
gin Grape camp No. 130 meet svery
Thurslay evening in McComaek hall
Elevator sf'vice. Oracle, Mrs. Cai
rie E. Bunn, 848 Union bt; recor
der Mrs. Melissa Persons, 14U N.
4th' St. Phone 113RM.
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'ALEM WATER rrjllPANY Offiea
sorner Commercis' and Trade BtrssU
Bills pavable an nthly ia advaaea.
I ""Out of CO "students In the pnarmacy
I department of the I'niversity of Wash-
in'ton this year -.10 are women.
To replace the old building reesatly
burned, the school district of Koipira,
in Coos county, has voted faads of
Pigs $18tS 18.30
Tone of market steady
Fair to choice Iambs tl..'06r 13,33
Cull lambs !(" l2-0
Wot hers 7t.i S.."tl