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JOURNAL WANT AD DEPARTMENT IS THE BEST SELLING
jEDIUM LN MARION COUNTY-TRY T11B1 FOR RESULTS
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tZ errors in Classified Advertieuii.t
Bead your telvcrt"ncnt the first uay
it j.K-ri and Uty ui iroinedtarleljr f
Minimum charge, 15.
too, m n. 'm l
1 uiiii' .-..tV brood w for alc. Call
THE Miller, riKima and apartments. rl.13
cl,Yi:S-I want 3 or 4 duy old calve
C. C. Ru-sell, phouo 3F3. tf
u i' m .ki. the he! power prune dippers.
Nii.MU M i'S Co., l;llMj -N- 'ru"t bt l'
Hi k US cleaned, painted, patched and
ta r it.
,1. Plume ;. r. iay. at 1 tun. r.i
W'duli ana for s-'lt'
Cl,uVi:i; buy f'-r sale, 2 miles caat of
in. I hunu 1)7. 7 5
1,1 ST Mini's S"'d Hampdea watili.
I'lionv l' ilV4. 7 5
WANTlMl tieneml aotomobilo mo
.l,:.nii Apply 1'.'7 J. Coni'l. 7 3
VAXTKD All kinds of rliiekeua. Will
iay tup pii'i'. l'hone 1 339 J. tf.
JAS. LYO.N'8 practical palnU-r. i'bone
W. IlKAVKK. well driller, phono 827J.
1163 N. I'.Kh .St., Ualem, Or. 7-7
tf KKI and whilo currants delivered to
any part of the city. Phono 2300J2.
IXMt RAliKUte model Velie, in A 1
eomlitiun, 5 new tirea. Trie $1100.
Terms. Aulo euro Journal. 7-5
ll RUNT 1'rivate garago corner
liberty and !entor M. l'hone 1443.
)MICTBNT woman to ear or in
valid I'luld in her own home. 333 X.
24 1 h St. tf
FOK HALBrty owner, thr gd ot
1300 each. No agent l'hone 1184J.
P()H 8A1,B Horse, l)U)?K7, baraeai,
tools, cliirUns, hotisebold goods, etc.
tialein, Kt. 0, box 51. tf
WALL PAI'KB 13 cents per double rcll
unwnnl. Itnf.tn V..nu...A c
WANT -To rent soon, strictly modern
7 or 8 room house, well located. Call
at 305 Ktnto street, near Commercial,
l'hone 239. tf
FOR SALE TV owner, modern 3 romn Washington, D. C. May 16, 1919. Notice
bungali.w, built in cbinn closet, book ; is hereby given thnt subject to tho con-
csws, desks; ce nt walks, full base ditions and limitations of the Act of
meat, Phone 13IWM. tfljime 9, (39 Slat., 218), and the
1 instructions of the Secretary of the
INCREASE your worth, fine little 5 Interior of .September 15, 1917, the tim
acrn truer for sale few miles from!'",r on tu0 following binds will be told
Balcm, house, burn, yfi,i Kftr(ren airaw Juy ,n "" at 10:;' 'clo(,k ,n-
nernea, rasij In rrim un.l riiu..r.
TOli fiALE-22 acre, of choicest land
In Wdlametto valley, 13 mile to
street car linn on rock roed. All in
rop, also cherries, apples, prunes and
berries, (jood modern 9-roo-u house
'th bnlh, hot and cold water. Any
rS'w cstCl1 in good bujr
WESTERN JUNK SALVAGE
buy all kinds of Junk, hard
wro, fiirnituro, tools, machln
ry. There ia hardl) an item
wo 00 not buy.
l'hone 700 402 N. Coml.
We buy and sell notes, mort-
gages and all kinds of bonds.
814 Masonio Building
- - w ww wsjww
I S. FARM
WE LOAN MONEY FOR FIVE YEARS. WE AL
LOW YOU TO pay ftinonft nn mttt,ttple ON
THE PRINCIPAL ON
WE CLOSE OUR LOANS PROMPTLY.
HAWKINS & ROBERTS
Mason Bldg. Salem, Oregon
FOR. SALE Jersey bull ealf eligible!
nr nuimtT. au 8Hh M. 7.7 1
MEN wanted at Tile worki npir fair
Itruunda. fcalem Tile Mercantile !
AXlATE beach Int. near hotel, tueinv
ocean, .-v, term fit) down. $,1 a
t . t. ... '71
.Mtintn. i, A. Ihimncor. ear Oiitn.
Wortman t King, ljrtland, Or. 7 10
Kill .SAUK r trade, five passenger
utt, good mechanical eondi'inn.
would make jfood truck. Phone 2041
U 1ST An arrow .Imped gold pin 11
pearl; ineriptinn Uorothjr Lan'deei
On . et, 5 30 IS. i'iuder eall L't.7
V. licwariL 7 7
DKKOIUTt) Kauilary wall tint, beat
Hindis VautiTul new eulorn Burena
tVm'l t. tf
'4M)I) choppers wanted, t--M and up
per n.rd, plai-e to bnard or earn p. In
piire I'lesaingi cigar store. A. J.
1hv ilmm. tf
WANTKlv-Oood prune orchard, for
eau't. No jii"it. Write details to N
W 4', P. u. box 23H, Halem. tf
30 IMIKHUY ptckeri wanted. 8. P.
Kimliall, 1 mile north of weat end of
!eel brilne. Will pay 2c a pound to
tin se who can handle own ladders, tf
IH,AN:ltK!UlY pickers wanned; 15
ax-res; trmiftportntioa from Rn
b'lii and wood rrec;tenta can be sup
plied; clnsn to (tore with free de
livery; will 7ay 2c. Picking will
atart July Int. Phone 10SW4. 78
1 ITS. on east 23, ttreet, 2"0 each;
lota 7 and ! in block 1 Willamette
addition near State streot, 10 down
2.."il month. 1). A. Diiismoor, Port
laud, Or. 7.9
MAURY IF JiUNKLY-For results, try
m; bent and most successful "Home
Maker;" hundreds rich wiah msr
risen aoon; aLriotly eoufidcntial and
roltsiblo; years of experience; do
acrirjtiens free. "The Successful
Cluh," Box 530, Oakland, I alii.
WK want to lease a good wheat or
alfalfa ranch for a number of years,
t'un talk business. Want good Im
provements and will pay cash or
Mi a re. Tell 1ho Malem Coniuioroial
club what you have. 7 7
W UN 'T say you never had an opportu
nity. Mee this !i acres of full bearing
cherry orchard in the best of condi
tion located only a few roil from
car fine, $2300. $.100 cash, pay bal
ance from the immine of the place.
If vou wnnt to huv or soil see me. II.
M. Hadcliff, Hay no Wdg. 7-5
FARM home for sale, 33.8 acres mile
south of Monmouth on Pacilic high
way, nino room limine,, two barns, silo
chicken houses, all kinds fruit. Crop
included if wild soon; on mail route,
l-.'l acre strawberries, yielded $370
this yeur. Iinnd mostly tiled. Kxeep
tinuully good schools. Good water.
A700. Terms. E. R. Oat mm, owner,
Monmouth, Or., Phono 3013. ' 7 9
NOTICE OF SALE OF GOVERN
MENT TI.MHEIt. Oenernl Land Office
ai ptlUIIR ailCUIlll l IIIB I'Ulldll
Innd office at Portland, Oregim, to tho
highest bidder at net less than tho ap
praised vaJuo as shown by this notice,
solo to be subject to the approval of
the S'M-rctary of the Interior. Tho pur
chaso price, with an additional sum of
one fifth of one per cent thereof, be
ing commissions allowed, must be de
pesited at timoi of sale money to tie
returned if snle is not approved, other
wise patent will issue for the timber
which must bo removed within ten
yours. Bids will bo roeoived from cit
izens of tho United States, associationa
of siich citizens and corporations or
ganized nndor tho laws of the nited
States or any state, territory or dis
trict thereof only. Upon application of
a qualified purchaser, the timber on
any bga! subdivision Kill be offered
separately before being included in
any effer of a larger unit. T. 1 S., K.
5 E., Sec. 2!, BW'M SWVi, red fir,
1900 M., not to he sold for less than
I 53 per M. T. 3 S., R. 5 E., Bcc. 31,
SW'4 8W, red fir, 650 M. not to be
sold for less than 1.25 per M
Commissioner. General Land Office-
Try Silent Firs! In Baying
LOANS - 6
ANY INTEREST DATE.
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON,
ONE gornl errata separator fur s1.
S'i30 N. 4th St. 7 5
POU RENT Furnished housekeeping
rooms, 353 Bcllevue. Itione 336W. 7
1 i.any 1 lung Mac pars lapt
Bight. Reward. Phone 213j.
J"N or strong bova over IS wanted
at once. Aiilv Salem Knip Pro
ducts Cu. Front and Market fcts. 7 8
'J'Ull ... .....
. wanted to assit with housework
. . ... ... .
no cooking. 401
Mlt SAIJBt and veuh ha. Port
land road near fair(rouuda J. .
iolil rimmed noar )l,,8
1 none z.i.iJ, ;J( . tuurth. Fe
OWN KH t eoat left on auto by Bush
nuns .rnir 4in mar iret tump at
Journal by paying" fur tliia ail. 7 -7
1iNT, strayed or stob-n, black rat ter
ror, quite gray around head. Call 84
F4. Iteward. 7.7
nj IKADr-Siuall Studebakor 5 pas-
t'ii;;er iiuwliiiio fur motorcycle. Cull
FOR SALE-A No. 1 Jersi'T-GuernseT
cow, milk test H, price 100. 2359
State .St. or phuue lHOM. - 7 7
WANTEIK-2(1 cherry pickers Mmi.luy
niormnji; ,.r Phone J.I'.IOK
t-all J.ti, .Miirion t.
SEE Mixs L. E. Goodhue at 251 S. 17th
r-t. for subscription to all magazines
Phono 74 1M.
8PIRELLA eorscts told by Alice A
aiiies, iiuo urue ft. Measurea tak
en fit guaranteed.- Home Thurs. af
ternoon. Phone 1425R.
HrKKNESH opportunity, $2000 buys
hitel in country town, good Imsi-
nens. Kellis Hotel, rkrutt Mills,
WAINTKI to hear from party with
large car for sale. live model, price
and condition. Write 12058 Journal.
YOU need not .bo without the real ar
ticle. Make in your own home, the
same as tho brewer or distiller ean.
Eight valuable formulas, $1 North
ern list. Co., Minneapolis, Minn,
FOR KALE 5 passenger Overland,
good order, (op, two new tires, or
trade for Ford. Bruce Bowne, Turner,
Or., Jit. 3, box 715. 7 5
CHERRY pickers make from $3 to 16
per day. We have a good crop and
Komi camp ground, i'ay '1. per ponnd.
Will Ibegin picking on Monday July
seventh. F. A. Le-ug. l'hone numbers
in book. 7.5
WANTED Salesman with light car
for delivery, for tea and coffeo route
in JSulcm. Business already establish
ed bond and reference required; ex
cellent proposition Apply Grand
Union Ten Co., C. D. Morrison,- Mgr.
448 Washington St. Portland. tf
D. n. MORHKR
HIGH CLASS LADIES
WHEN IN SALEM, OREUON,
B LIU II HOTEL
"A Homo Away from nomo."
Strictly Modern $1 Per Day
100 Rooms of Solid Comfort
Only Hotel in Business District
MESON'S AUTO EXCHANGE
319 N. COM. Y. M. C. A. BLOCK
USED CARS BOUGHT FOR CASH
OR SOLD ON COMMISSION.
5 passenger Warren-Detroit, Conti
nental motor $225
IfllS Chevrolet sedan, fine condi
5 passenger, light Stndebaker four
electric starter nnd lights $500 .
1017 Kaxon eix $700
1914 Ford $285
1SI14 Overland, ezy terms, $430
1916 Ford, first class condition, $375
1915 Overland $500
We wreck aulos for their parts, this
enables you to get oU car part at
a bargnin. Cash price ps-id for junk
B-passenger Studcbaker, $180.
Wo sell oils, grease, old auto parti
tires and accessories.
WE ARE THE ONE REALTY COMPANY IN OREGON THAT ARE EX
CEPTED FROM THE GlVrNO OP BONDS ANT) THE TAKING OUT OF
LICENSE TO DO BUSINESS. WHY! BECAUSE WT5 CHARGE NO COM
MISSION, AND BECAUSE WE MAKE DIRECT DEAlfi ONLY.
The following properties are offered to the public a-pecial buy and ex
changes: 100 acres of land in Deschutes county, Oregon, at $2500.
Six room house with barn, eorner lot In Salem, at 11500.
10 acres of land, all in cultivation and crop, 7 miles north of Eugene, at 11500
9 acres of good rich land, one half mile from Orcswcll, Improved with house,
barn, 275 bearing fruit trees, three acres of loganberries, at 13000.
5 acres within the city limit of Salem, good house, carrying insurance of
$1000; barn, carrying insurance of $400; in fruit and berries, at $3500.
120x120 corner of Commercial and Div sion afreets, 6ali, with improvements
room modem house, 14th and Waller streets, at $1000.
53 acres of lnnd, three miles from Bar.don, I150O.
A $"00 and $11500 mortgage, well ocured, and fully infrared, for Salem res
idence, also vacant lot in Springfield and Bandra to exchange. ,
For information relative to the above specials, eall and eee m at room 407
Hubbard building. Phone 1644 or 1410
OREGON REALTY EXCHANGE INVESTMENT CO.
ttR SALE MsMin frii't j:ir, vi-iv lit
tie u-ct, 73c il-jzeu. 3U1 N. Commer
cial strec-t, ab ib. 7 5
FiR S.UIl Hnlsteia cow. hnaVT milk
er, test 4.. F. Joiner, Rt. 2, box 171,
CHRUTIAN woman or girl for light
koine work, tiood Apply lout!
IXR SALK 3 acres in clover 4 room
biiniralow, price low; owner leaving
towa. Ac imracdiatelv. Phone 7HI-V,
or box 274, Kt. 3. ' 7 5
1)R &.VL.E 500 brick, old doors and
front part of house to be torn down
immediately. Phone 15 7 7. VI or eall
640 Marion tt. T. X. A3rich. 7 7
JOHM. H. SCOTT REALTY CO.
404 Hubbard building
Reliable efficient sales agenta
113 acres, 28 cleared, 100 acres till
able, nui 11 111 if water Improvement. 3
nuli-s town 1 mile whool, $70 per acre. J
-ihj acres in I'oiK county. 50 cleared,
125 oak timber, jjood soil, rolling;
spring wati'r; 60 per acre. Take Sa
lem aercase1 or residence as part pay.
40 acres cultivated, good house, eilo,
dairy barn, 4 acres fruit, best of soil,
at school, 4 miles from center of J'n
lem. Prico 11,000. Terms.
30 acr-s best valley loam, all culti
vated, house, barn; 5 miles Halcrn. 11150
30 acres Rll cultivated, fenced and
irrs fenced. mile town. $2330.
16 acres, S cultivated. 7 stumps, 1
acre heaver dam, piod house, full set
40 acres, all cultivated, 16 acres 7
year old 'prunes, house, barn, familv
orchard, close school; 7'i miles Salem".
20 acres all cultivated, 9 acres
prunes, sotm apples, pears; 4 acres
loijans, 7 more good loganberry land; 5
room h(ius. old born; 3'i miles from
town, only $3S00. Terms on part.
2Vj acre tract, all cultivated, 60 fruit
trees, peaches prunes, cherries, apples,
3 room hrus, well; J mile Salem. $900
Have several larje farms listed on
which we can accept residences in Sa
lem or acrtero near Halem as prtrt pay.
For b"sf barLrninsin stiles or exchange
see Socolofsky, Rovne building. Phone
at office and residence.
TAKEV UP Sorrel driving mare, 2
miles cast or tolem on Fruitland
road. W. F. Oaplinger, Rt. 7, 7 7
FOR SALE Lease and 43 acres with
some crop. 3 room bungalow close in,
paved etreet, $2000; also country
store and rtock for sale. F. L. Wood,
341 State St. 7 5
FOR SALE Oat hay In shock, fifteen
dollars per ton. Begin cutting about
June twentieth. Near Mac,lay. A.
H. Litchfield, Bt. 5, Salem, Or. tf
SALE! AUTO EXCHANGE
GEO, BTICEB, Mgr.
229 State Street
We hav taken the agency for the
Caa Six, Monitor Sir and Moore Four
all of which are case product. They
will be handled at our place of busi
ness. 13 second hand car will sell at a
Bring your repair work In. Expert me
chanic In charge.
WE WANT IT.
If your house or farm is for salo let
us sell it for U. We have a large list
of prospective buyers waiting. If your
price is rijjbt wo can make quick sales.
mini II (TATT TtrilTlt
JUill H. MUll KlALII U).
404 Hubbard bldg.
GET BACK ON THE FARM
NO acres of first class land all under
ultivation on Howell prairie; fair
j,lprovcmcnts, a good team and some ina -
clnnery, with the .o acres of bumper
Keiwii rruji yurs wtiii iiiw uvm n iuwu
nnr. Its a rent bargnin Rt $1'0 per
" ' ' ' t c- . i ; ...
We have a first class dairy proper-
,!, nil .tnel, mnchinprv n,l trrnin
for sale. Its a real dairy man's oppor
tunity. Desirable) snill tracts highly iim-
proved on our sales list
R U locking 4 A houscf Wc have
some renl bargains.
lOR SALE .) to b tons grain hay 14
hu b north on river roau. i none vr
3 or 4F5.
Redwood City, Cal., July 5. Dr.
Ephriam Northcott, convicted of sec
ond degree murder in the death of Inez
Rood, army nurse, was today sentenced
to serve 10 year to He imprisonment
in Han Quentin prison
Superior Judge Buck imposed the , considerable ex
sentence after denying a motion for a!"" ' , 1 . ' ... ,
Northcott'e attorneys filed notice of
SATURDAY. JUNE 5. 1910
SALEM FRUIT FUNIS
RUNNING FULL BLAST
HAtlDUNG BIG CROPS
1 - . a j f ;
L0ff2llDCmCS AllU LnCmCS
Boig Received In Great
A visit to the various nlants todav
shows the fruit industry in Salem t Mrs. Burton E. Edwards, g.ipenn-
its "peak" with loganberries and tendent. Sermon by the pastor. Musle
cherries rcdling in at the rate of hun-jby junior members of the school.
drcds of tons a day. Even the Fourth! Christian Endeavor at 7:15 p.m.
celebration did not shut off the re- Prof. Dan Langenberg, Lieutenant R.
eeipts entirely and this morning found L. Rush, Everett Craven and Uev. II.
tae plants with carloads of fruit on
hand. From 508 to 00 hands are now
at work in the two canning plants
when running at full opacity and with
new equipment they a'r able to handle
even a greater amount of fruit than
Even at this date the status of the
. . . , .
..ic.i -m .v... '
iciiinif ox Biiorr. rron wuue oiners .
have a heavier yifild than last year. Re-
ceiots at the canneries so far seem to'
iniUcato a sJight falling off from the
record of 19IH, though the fruit is fully
up to that of last year and in many
consignment is much finer. Mr. Rails.
of the California Glace Fruit Co., says
that the fruit is coming to him in a
satisfactory way, some of tho biggest
.snipmrnis snu mc iiem iiiiiniy ni irun
e'"inK f'n lolk ",ln,y- ,T! "
rcany snipprn our irom inc .-aieiii
rTtiit t'mon s canoaos, ana irom now
r,'iH,;o ,h.c Tr
HUUOl 100 liHrrcis ccii Him itiu imuci.-
holding from 30 to GO gallons. He
im-!.,,.,. t.at f..,m ,, H,.Pi,,n on the
eoBfct. has be received finer cherries
tluu, frm tlljs ,,art of Willamette
This season it becomes more than ev-
er evident that the lowly, plebian Io-
' . , , ' t..,i,
K'rr,v II..S ueco.no .K ... e
The receipts nt all the plants in the city
today indicate that it will nwko'up in
quantity for the shortage in other crops.
i It is coming in a deluge.
in tho city thnt is not otherwise occu-
Inied can be kept busy haulin" in tho
pica can tie Kept ousy n. uiinw in tdo
irP' b r"ni "
fcr company in Sa em remarked .hat
v. i.aii. im.1 a n ,ht' ecn ncn tho
crop started. Tho Phcz company plant
on Commercial streot has aducil another
handle more of tho ..ice. At the Salem
!. .her- . a 40 hv 1(10 rdill-
King's plant there is a 40 by 100 tddi
tion just being completed end equipped
the louauberrv in the form of jams and
t.llln. HI l,ir iam .,lu..t of the
. t...i... ; t,,. .n.
ivm in orur iu cro ut um uivuu.f
xuKen ..iuk. . r, w,?
is receiving and shipmnc fnut venta-
n. l l . . V .. - At.. -: t .. ..4 Gnlflin
blv bv the trainload. and with the price
tr,,i a. from 8 to 10 cents a Hound a
. ., .. . - ..
pcr.n of mnthcmatical Pn'
might mako an interesting ha f day for
V 'Tl.TlT. 7"L: Z Z,ZZ
V. ; ; LV.m6 The niednn nroees.
in itself is proving a bonanxa to the
laboring class. There arc mere children
in Salem who are- earning laboring
mens wages, while some pickers un
usually expert are making upwards of
$3 a day in the cherry trees.
,J. Wellington Cook of Brov.ncvi.se
home again after 32 months of stren
uous service with tho Princess Pat regi
ment in the great war.
The Baptist Young People's union
held its semi annual convention in Al
bany Sunday. Rev. E. B. Martin of
Portland was the principal speaker.
Voters of Taeoma will pr.ss on a $300,
000 bond issue on August 12 to decide
whether or not to bny the Lake Csh
man power site property.
Salem's a Good Place to Trade
We are showing the most charming and pleas
ing WASH DRESSES ever shown in the WIL
LAMETTE VALLEY. They are the product of
the best houses in America, made of most de
pendable wash materials. All American Made.
Commencing Monday morning the entire line
will be put out at "SPECIAL PRICES." These
"SPECIAL PRICES" will also prevail on our
incomparable line of LADIES' WASH
You Can Always
Christian ar,d Missionary Alliance.
1 Rev. J. E. Fee of Portland T.-itl eon-
duct next Bible study on Thursday sft-
iemoon. Ji.lv 10. at H32 South Corner-
iciai street, at .".u 0 cioca. au esi
wtlcome to these sorvice.
Central OongregaUonal Cduvcli,
Corner South Nineteenth and Ferry
struts. II. C. Stover, minister.
A combined service of this Sunday
scbol and the morning worshi at 10 a.
C. Stover will be heard in a sacred con- j
cert given by the quartet at 8 p. m. 1
Jason Lea Memorial ChurcU.
Sunday whool at 8:43 a. 1., c'asscs
Preaching at 11 a. m., Dr. H. J. Tar
001, nrt-siueiii. vi ttuni'Bu jv.i
hot, president of Kimball School of
Theolouv. will occupy the pulpit.
-;, - . -
w.orth LcaRue tat7 & .m' ,
E,nlnS sorv,('0 at 8 0 tlock' Vt-
bot will preach
Associated Bible Students.
The Associated Biblo Student will
hold their usual Bible study in Moose
hall, second floor, Sunday July 6, hours
10 to 12 a. m.
" iniicrnacio anaaow, pwe jjo,
, I'ulilic lecture at -:J0 p. Ul
Church of Good.
13-1 (J North Church street.
Sunday school, 10 a. m.
Preaching, 11a. m. and 8 p m.
Young People's Meeting, 7 p. oi.
On account of the annual slate er.mp
meeting of the Church of God at Wood
bum, Oregon, July 19 20, thero will be
no services nt tho chapel here on July
13 uud July 20. Will bo glud to have
all come to camp meeting that can.
There is a nice grove of 10 aciea and a
Booct place to camp on toe grounu, -iimi
lrre wolm n' " ""u r i"!"11"'" w -
tf11-!, cuu iui ut-uj, j. u. ...a.
... . . . 1 il 1.t.L..A
" uxnu una wcl1
,.,.:. iitri.t. s0 come and en -
: . th0 meetings with tho people- of
" ln? 1
i --. r ------ . .. .
rirst Church of Christ. Scientist.
axr ..r.-;. urn bold nt 440 Che-
the Biblo lesson God " Sun Jny school
Wednesday cven.tiK ttl-:
rnonial meeting at 8 p. m. Pending
day except Sunday and boiid-v), from
m" 10 0 P- ra' '1
to our services nnd to our readme room.
Center Street Methodist Church.
Corner North Thirteenth and Ccntet
Q g. Bocder) pastor,
" ' ... ' i .
t- .i:. Tr;i.., c T.n AiiniiM.'
iT"T.. .jT . .? n
Jt'eurs pcirconaciousnesa -, au vn wc
rnoon on .The AHar,'' and at 7:30 his
"Christ's CominL Again."
Treaching each evening and Bible
"adin CttCu aftornoon 01 thC WCCK'
St. Paul's Church.
Services for the third Sunday after
Trinity, Chas. H. Powell, rector.
7:30 a. in., holy (ommur.inn.
11:00 a. m., high cclcbn.tion and tcr
8:00 p. m., evening prayer and ad
South Sale in Trends ChreJi.
Corner of Sout'i Commercial and
Washington street s H- E. Pombertun,
Bible school st 10 a. m., with elaasri
for all, Dr. Carl Jb. Miler, superintend
Meeting for worship at 11 a. in , with
Preaching at 8 p. m.
Christian Endeavor at 7 p. m.
Prayer meeting at 8 p. m., Tbursdey
Do Better At
. First Coucrecational Church.
Corner Liberty and Center streets,
Dr- C- w- Kantuer, minister.
1?:0 m- 8,,B(,87 sfho'1 m-
es for all, W. I. Stoley, supenutendent.
nm . (mnill.inn - . ....
ji:uw a. in., eomi
addrcs by the past
o:uu n. m.. "'Ijirteon Srn.-n "
dekgatioa of Gideons from Portland is
expected to hold this service. Good
music, oy ino cnoir.
A cordial invitation to all.
Richard Avison, who has been ein
ployed with alumber comnanv at Ca
eade LoekS( eamc dowa t0 spcad tho
Four(h fc l;j .
Mrs. R. y. Avii-on.
- Mr and Mrs N . . . ...
Waila, Wn., were among the recent ar
rivals in (Suiem.
Among went guests at the Bligh
hotol were Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Stanley,
Oregon City; W. Knper and C. E. Ttirn
idsie of .Silverton; L. E. Regwcll, Cor
vallis; Sidney C. Hayes and family,
Portland; Mr. and Mrs. Barton Biy,
Black Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wult
The following guests are registered
at the Capital hotel: R. E. Wenger and
Win. Wenger, Silverton; Boy Miller,
Brownsville; Henry Cosgrove, Wotxr
burn; W. H. Kchrunk, Independence;
M. J. Cileastn, tlerais; Amos Fooley,
Silver Falls; F.Peterson, AJbany.
Mr. un.l Mrs. Kenneth Miller of Sher
idan nre guests at the Marion hotel to
day. K. M. Vurney, wife and family of
Portland are in the city visiting for a
few days. He is a brother of Percy
Vamey, chief of police.
Chas. L. Lilcki'icld and family left
this morniag fur their home in Port
land after a brief visit with Mr. Litch
field's father in this city.
i'ror. iiatthews left today for Port-
lunrt where- hn will ,lelivnr n,l. !.-.. 0.
1 tomorrow 111 two or the cuy churches.
j,. ,um-,, who iienverca ino J 1HIi-
J 1.' . . J, ..
l-rnuence (Kiy auuress an,ouage urovo
! yesterday, reports a frrnnd celchrminn
t that point, with an immense crowd
!,! the usual round of holiday events.
iirhnling a big dinner.
, . ,.
J- B- Iversan of Seattle, a former
r,,Ml'''it of this city, is here for a short
visir. no is now i. ts. msiKctor or cus
toms and his duties takes him aboard
t'orei'rn vesiwelu .uuninf. itiln nv.. .
' tfl " i Vhi!( lu.- ?n
, h.;re looking after some prune interest
Dr. Von Bethmann Hollweg ex Ger
man chancellor, has formally asked tint
allies to place him on trial instead of
I the ex-eninnrnr. rlniminfr hn i. : .l.tlv
....... . .... .
P"n8""c.I0.r tne act, or oermany mir
i'-R P'-"0'1 01 "'
Western and southern sciiatori ami
representatives pressing for vfter pow-
'er 'lcgis,atioll to unlock the rtB,ue. of
lh" ato. now expect to wia their
j fight in congress during the next few
i weeks, after years of effort.
I Figures how that Umatilla county
Ins an automobile for every seven per
sons. Mrs. Mnliuda Millsap, an Oiegon pio
iiieer of 1851, died at Lebanon Sunday,
The Fred Enbnsk ranch of ISO acres,
10 miles from Pendleton, has, beet. soM
to James Daniels for $70,000.
William Hohenzollcn's income is .abl
(,( oniount to much more than $,000,4n
a V(,Kr rtesides he is the sole owner
'if 90 castlo and estnte and bar. largo
nrivate interests outside of hn firmer
. Salem's a Good Place to Trade