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- SALEM, OREGON
SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1919
" -1" - ' " 1
III II M I
Monday, July 7th, 1:30 p.m.
157 S. Commercial St., Salem, Ore.
Consisting of 1 sUtionary 13 h. p. Fairbanks 4 Morse oil engine with
Muffler and fuel tuk complete; 1 Bell k Wildiuan, 5 ton compressor
with condenser touuplete for ice or sold atorage,
1 SxUi?0-inh refrigerator coiled aud storage tank above with com
partments; 1 hery shafting Bangers, aud pulleys; 03 1W pouud ice
eana;CS0 feet lVi-inch pipe with elbow and 4-inch bends; 1 2 inch
keevy dnty force pump; 3 100 gallon oil drums; 2 30 gallon oil drums;
1 20 gallon oil drum; 1 Birkenwalt wall scale; 1 platform scale; 1 baron
aliceer; 2 Toledo computing scales, new; 2 meat blocks, 30x.16-iu.chcs and
JCi36 inelipa; 1 marble top refrigerator counter, 16 feet long; 1 lti
foot counter and one 8 foot oouuter; 1 glass top fish box; 1 Nation
al 2 drawer computing eash register new; 96 feet quarter racks com
plete. 2 dozer quarter hooks; 3 letter files; 1 desk; 1 hand force pump;
1 pip vice; 1 air pump; 1 box pipe fittings; 1 blow torch; 3 rolls belt
lug; 50 gallons Deisel oil; iae tongs, quarter hooks,' electric wire
tamping outfit, 1 brick smoke house, tools, wrenches, 2 dozen bacon
hangers, 50 gallon lard cooler, and many other things too numerous
Assignee of Geo. W.
Wechter, 157 S. Com'l.
Street, Salem, Oregon.
WOODBY CONDUCTS SALES OF EVEEY DESCRIPTION ANYWHERE
F. N. WOODRY,
Phone 510 or 511, Salem
SOLD THE FARM
Horses, Cows, Pigs, Brood Sows, Chickens, House
hold Furniture, Machinery, Chopped Feed Hay,
' Eight Acres Oats in the Field.
Tuesday, July 8, 10:30 a. m.
KrrtSta2sl1Vn T '?nri?"B '-t R'"l 'nntehed lean,
-,--- ,., ,r (.unong Hill y; 1 fine back .lemcv
cow, years old g,ve, 3 k,,11m daily; 1 fine liB .ltWy uw Yv on
old, g.ves 4 gallon riailvj 1 fine lieht .Jersey eow T , ii '
I gallon, daily, fresh in Wobcr: 2 1 r V Z Si T " "''L P!
fine black Jersey
Iiom bur linkers, "ntn.n hr..n.i;.. n o . . ' ' "
JlWr hmA " ' .vu"nK rn'vps 1 luroe
..n, , viuiuir enickeiis! I
lisc harrow: 1 .Kill II
14 inch nl.ii 1 ....
vntor. nrnrlv . i n..i.i.. ,, ' . " 1
p.-uator nenrlv w ...-, oo,,.l.A, "7 1, ,, ,,,7V1"rv',,', "'""
rack and double 1,. eo, etc "' i'. , ",V V w"""'". "T
" """IT liriMl ton Itlll'iTV. r v
lilrmi kettle; 1 d.mbl.. t,.,,"
l tt lY to ...u.l . 1 I 1 i ' " .
rood nli,.... i .... t. " h ."' 1 "uuiiio set medium harness.
twriowhhZ;'' 8 !";r"V,f 0,,t" iM' 5 t"-
-i.r , . arstr,j2''w
saws, wash boiler, tubs ili.l,..- Jim '.' ' , '
1WO'"S, am llimiir i.tl,,.. .u:
t7, LVOr a":,w' 1 or,o reversible ,li.
I'Km 1 s,x shovel ruin,; cultivator, nearlv .. . I u
"v, ...,u pouu.ls enpaeity; 1 .Nniburn 2 3-4 w..
NOTE - Evanthini in ti,i. . . . .
1 goin. W pJ!X.t " wa- TU.ow.er ha, gold his
uiisnesi otdder. Conie one
going away. Ev.nrtM. .1 .i
m alii " "
Tr.Rva ii ...
. " ""oner I 1H19 nnrti.
, ancnen utensi . fnrk.
Over that auiounf in,...
notea at 6 Mr tfnt l,,t . ,m" Il'r'"""ng approved bankable
LUNCH SERVED ON GROUNDS
WOODRY CONDUCTS SALE, "T" W S
, ukiitION ANYWIIE2I
A!l Around Tovn
not Ten an utoraoP.Ie avciiiont oi a
motuent. la the iiay of the o'a tou
h. stated that there woaKiu't have
I been sittinjj ritora in the jail for all
the disorderlies brought ia.
"YOUNG ME. JAZZ"
Oil. cf Those Lloyd
..V .nrvived bv
A.ta Wiest, livir.ff ' I'laui. J
The rtaw convoa of tli-.Chri.
,i rhureh m'M open th.H eve.mg it
,he Turner tabernaele an.l '"'
The two Km-sI iTirlstian chorehe. wil.
hM no meeting arii.K tho iJf
two Sunilavs. 1
The home of J. B. Biukle of Shaw
burned entirely to the -round Inst evj.
ninff at 10 oVhk hile Mr. KA
and family '""J'g ""f 1!T'
..i.hi!iM.iii here. .ei(.w-
i.-..- . r..i..
Newtort lisjun leason opens; um.i - .. ,,,,-u,, t0
leod .W furore; exeePtiBg
Try Northern Flour, It a Bear,
eTorr aack guaranteed. At root ifro
! era. M
j ArUfidn teeta, have expert plat,
oiaji, with over 35 years experience.
I at mr offic. Dr. D. X. Beochler, den
tist, 302 D. 8. Kat. bank bldg. U
Salem auto dealers and speed fiends
will take to themselves more elation
aud satisfaction over the fact that it
has been demonstrated tnat ttie run
her tired vehicle is beating the rail
roads over the route from the Willam
ette valley to Newport, and garage men
at both ends of tho line are profiting
by it. The one train service to Yaquina
Bay consumes foair hours and a half,
besides the 40 minutes taken for trans
fer to Newport, and the autos not only
beat this in time but beat the price
uuiler the present administration rates.
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. 320 X. Com. tit.
Phone 305. tt
New classes begin next Monday at
the Capital .Normal, 13th ud Wilbur
streets. 7th and 8th grade, also type
writing and shorthand, both Gregg and
Pitman. Address J. J. Kraps, Salem,
Dr. B. F. Pound, recently returned
from service, announces rcopcring of
his dental office, 5th floor U. 6. Na
tional bank bldg. Phone 169. tf
Henry W. Meyers, who is now tour
ing in California, writes his friends
hero some vuluuMe suggestions to pros
pective tourist as follows: "To avoid
unnecessary annoyance, anyone con
templating touring California should
bring with them their 1!1! receipt
showing hey hnd paid their stale dues.
Non-residents are permitted without
payment of fee to operate their motor
vehicles in Cnlitornia for a period of
,i0 days, but within lu days must ob
Initl a permit by registering. Without
their receipt they may be iuconvenienc-
jeil and embarrassed unless they have a
good friend of the Culiforma State
Automobile association to vouch for
' Bing and Lambert cherries. We
nro in the market bring them to our
big plant opposite 8. 1'. Co. passenger
station, or phone 204, Phcz Co. tf
j For first class work call Society
'Clonners and Dyers, 1272 State St.
mono joe. tf,
We buy liberty bonds. 314 Masonic
; Dauce July 6th at M. B. A. hall near
,1'liemawtt. Kour piece orchestra. Auto
leaves Masonic Temple 8:30. 7-4
nnnn.tr ri r.nA 10e round. Fltts Mar
I Grange dance at Macleay Sat night.
Good music 1 "
Dr. I E. Springer,
bldg. eorner Court
Webster's Unabridged gives three
distinct meanings to the word 'dam.'
It is probable that in some shade or
another of its significance this little
word has been spoken or reflected
more times in Salem than any other
word in the language during the past
48 hours by people trying to use the
Salem Cigar rectory tt now making
"La Corona" wad "Little Salem" ci
gars exactly as tkey were made before
ri war. Smoking them reminds you of
old times. tf
Dr. Mott, Bank of Commerce, 407-8.
Very few of the film stars who have
appeared in Salem have shown such a
range of versatility as Dorothy Phil-
bps, bhe has tukcu leading parts in
'Marv Jane's Pa, "tvery Woman
"Pilate's Daughter'' and other great
productions. In "Tho Hearts of llu
mauity" she wns Nanette, the inno
cent child of the northwoods. lu "lied"
Morgan's Girl" she was a eronturo of
the dance hall. In " Uestinv, tue
fino Jewel production whigh appears
at the Oregon tonight only, she ap
pears successively as a young school
girl in pig tails, a gny young society
woman in .New xork and an enterpris
ing "farmerette." And she lives up
to every one of the roles. William iSto
well, who had a prominent part in
"Tho Heart of Humanity," is the lead
ing man in support of .Miss Phillips in
Tonight, dance at M. B. A. hall near
Chemawa. Good four niece orchestra.
Auto leaves Masonic Temple 8::10.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Terwilligcr, grad
uate morticians nml funeral directors,
Hi) ' nenioKota Pt, l'hone 7.4.
Young man, young woiran, perhaps
you know that you ouht to go to
school, but you have been putting it off
rrom time to time. Just remember that
the one big thing in every successful
undertaking is decision. Decide now
todaythat you are ready to start-
then bo"in a course at the Cnnital Rus-
iness collego on Monday, July 7th,
when a new class in shorthund will be
gin. Tulk with us if jn douJbt. Let us
show you of tho big opportunities that
are open to Chose who aio prepared.
Do not fail to hear Evangelist Broad
watter Sunday July Ii, at Mouse hall,
2::i() n.-m. Subject, Dominion to be lie-stored.
Dominion to be Restored, Is the sub
jeet Moose hull, 2:30 p. m. July (j.
Evangelist Broadwatter will explain
why and how Dominion will bo Re
stored, Moose hall July 6, 2:30 p. m,
The new crop of clover, mixed grain
'and cheat hay will open at from $15
to I7 a Ion, llnrlev O. White said this
i morning. Very little has been offered
as yet, ns the .baling process lias just
began. .Mr. White culled attention to
the fact that this time last voar, the
opening price was 22 a ton. This rath
er radieal difference in price lie attrib
uted to the fact that the crop is uliont
twice ns lurge as tine venr ago and
I hen there is the automobile, tractor
nnd truck side side of the miction
Motor tiansporrittion is about putting h,
uuiim- uui ur ousiness and the hay
stock will be for onlv cattle nn.l
herds. In (he valley there is not the
demand for hay there wns a venr ago
as many fnnnois have sold their cattle
nnd manv dairy interests have sold
' anil the stock of cnttl
me vauey is tar less than it
Wiila the government's official ther
mometer managed to reach w.W u,) to
the 82 mark yesterday, there was a gen
eral feeling ti1!lt the day wns about the
warmest Fourth ever experienced la the
ctiy for many n year. And this Is borne
out by the official records. Lot while
S2 degrees above was the maxiimi.n in
coo places in this part of the vulloy, in
the larger cities of the central states
and Atlantic coast it was all the way
from ino to 110, and the government's
record is generally several dcgiivs low
er than that of the streets or in the
oue rocking chiur.
Tonight 8 p. m. dance at armory.
EFFICIENT GLASSES w
It is just as easy to have
SheCtex Shur-Ocs Meet tlie Mode
Let us supply you todaywhile you
are thinking about it.
DR. A. McCULLOCH, OPTOMETRIST
20-1.-5 Salem Rank of Commerce Building
The Salem Velio company announces troupe of feints 'f"'"
passenger elie eai. , ,t nnous
Tonight 8 p.m. dance at armory.
J. A. Smith of Anmsville has been
reading about fancy prices paid for
hogs and some secial records, lie
comes forward now as the champion
hog raiser. His record is as follows:
lirotijiht head of hogs to the mar
ket here weighing XW pounds and
thev were only 7Vi months old. He ot
the' top market price two -weeks ao
and a little added for quality, which
figured up $18.85 a hundred.
Tonight 8 p. m. dance at armory.
A consolation prize for those who did
uot w in ibut who entered the baby con
test yesterday, has been offered by
the V. S. National bank. Announce
ment was made that all who did not
win a prize could come to the U. S. Ma
tional bank, where they would be given
not only a savings bann. but $1 with
which to start an account. All that is
uecessary will ie to bring the proper
..I ....U Tiev rcimrt a omiiDUUUs
round of pleasure in the woods, with no
bad weather to inlerfere with their ir
..iilntion A irood share of the time
was devoted to fishing and hiking,
along with a certain amount of regular
scout work. In cours,. of their rambles
they cuuit sight of both bear and
Tonight 8 p. m. dance at armory.
It weuld be interesting to note the
whereabouts of the energetic, self sus
taining elas of Willamette university
students. Atuuy of them are mixed up
with occupation that are anything but
esthetic and easy tor the sake of a
fund wherewith to continue their cdu
cation next fall. One of tluMii, a popu
lar chap recognized ns a leader in so
cial and musical circles and a biilUaut
scholar, was noted trucking berries in
one of the local canneries. Another i
" bucking" lumber in a camp on the
t'oluutbia. Others nro working with con
struetiou gangs on the 1'ucific highway
or in the wheat fields of eastern Ore
gon, or out in the fruit districts. 11ns
All was quiet at the police station j's .t,u mt ot' sUff ,lial "'" h,'s llu' u'1'
during the 1'ourth. Two children were
reported lost, but they were afterwards
reported found. One automobile was
stoleu, that of a Chevrolet, belonging
to Jlilton iiralapp. Its number is XS,
Ulti and it was stolen on l.ilTerty street
between Court and Chemehela.
At a sheriff's sale, held this morning,
pnrt of block 11 in -Myers addition to
the city of JSulom was sold to VYcllcr
Uros. for $ll)0.the iimount of the mort
gage on the lot. The suit in the case
was entitled Weller Bros, vs A. L.
Scanister and Adam Leonhardt. Besides
tho ifltK) loan on the lot. there was tax
ed up against it $"U for attorney's fees,
W0.9U for taxes, $i'8.i'0 for costs and
f-l! for advertising and other expense.
In the line of march yesterday were
ten companies. Of this number, there
was four companies of infantry from'
Portland, a machine company hcaitiuar
ters company and a supj.lv company
of 101-1 1 1 tiO from the Independence
company, 50 in the McMmnville com
pany and 85 in Snleni company M. At
all points along the line of march the
soldiers and sailors were most enthusi-
university count in the northwest.
Tonight 8 p. m. dance at armory.
"Madame Butterfly" at the First
Christian church July Id, rend by Mrs.
Icland W. I'orter, in costume. Organ
recital by i'rof. T. S. Huberts, using
the new Kstev pipe organ for the first
time. The program will include niiiu
hers by Lena Belle Tartar, Leonia Its-born-l'eteisoii
and the male ipinrlet
consisting of .Messrs. Kpley, M.-llil
ehrist, Wolfe and Knowluml.
liv our past com
in. ii.l iory conduct
we have proven that
we are rapttMi' of ar
ia n gin g and follow
ing your in-ti actions
in a manner th.it will
win your praise.
WALK I'll -At the Snlem liispitiil, Ju
ly 4. ID I II, Mrs. Louise Al. Walker,
widow of the bile John M. Wulkei,
ill the age of s.'i U'lirs.
'I'll.- fiineiul sci ics will be In M
fn.iil ihe Kidou cliapet at -.t' o'c!'"k
Suintav afternoon uud will lie etiiiiliot-
The "Wallulah" the official otib-1 l l the 1,'ev. K. V Aviwin. Dutnl
The rotiirned soldier, sailor or ma
rine were given a royal welcome yes-
wiKiay nr. me s nmniercini cluii where
they received their coupon passes.
Three were served by Ihe War Mothers
at the armory, one lit noon, a luncheon
at 4:,'I0 o'clock and again a dinner at
b oVJoek. For the l n dinner there
nus servea .H gnllons of cotfee, "0, million is received
gimoiis ror tne :.,u luncheon and :I0
gallons for the Ii o'clock meal.
Tonight 8 p. m. dance at armory.
Scout Executive Harom Cook and his
will be in the it v View cenielery.
Mis. Walker is survived by one
laughter, Mrs. I'n ill Trnglin. fhe h s
I ii it nsiiliul of Origin fur the ru4
15 years uud s'nne h-r early yoillh, a
lllellllier of the Methodist 1-11111 I'll. 1'tt
the rust ten vuus -In- bus Ued Ul U-c
Old 1'i-ople's Home in Snlem,
oli:.I.l..t a local hospital, July t,
r.'l'.l Mrs. Carrie Bright Odell, Vile
of t:iu ral W. II. Odell, nt the
of 5 years.
sIm- had liceii miffen'iig from n ulioke
of paralysis mi. I hud been brought
f'tiiin her lioiini in I ' -r t in 11 il to a local
hpital here for s ial I rent men!.
Mis. Odell wiu bom in Ohio in KM,
and ul'er her mother' dent h when a
vmiug girl, niinle lu-r home with t :,,
1'fluiily of Dr. Waters in Kentucky. rTi
iliiinioil Or. (lynen 'J'.iylnr III IS"s acil
after his dentil, win married to Oner
al Odell in S.iloui when he wus 'f'"
dent of the board of trustees of Wit-
office nt the rienitentlnrv ei.i.r;,,,,;,,,, Mnnii-tle universilv.
the report that "Hed"' Ituoeit . 1.7. 1 M"' look sie'eial iiilert-Ht in Mm uni-
mueh wanted fugitive convict, has v,'r,i,--v "" ,ilni' "'is in chart
'ii iio-iiiiueii m the su.vpect arrested ' " . s liounliiig hall, giving
"iiniey, nil., ami t int exh-n il nn I r H""' anil liiom v or Imi!
.papers will nt once b0 is., l,v the hull
governor for his return to Ore.-nn ! 'er-i ago
When placed under arrest nt lliae. lev '""Vi-d lo I'orllanil.
on the iilcnhfieiilioii nf n f,,i-n . n,..i' lie hchl nl
lication of Willamette university, ha.
just 'been completed after n long de
lay ami is no wbcing ciiciilated, the
price being placed lit It is beauti
tully bound in black with gilt iiiM-rip
tion. profusely illustrated with photo
tint half tones, and makes one of the
st pretentious books ever isMied bv
any Oregon institution.
Eoadmaster Culver says that ny next
Monday be will 'begin working on the
little -trip of liavini' on smiili Com
nioreial street connecting it with Ihe
paving towards Liberty. The plant will
then be moved n mile'or so south. The
Jefferson Way is to be paved bv the
state highway commission. This fall
nnd winter the county will prepare the
roadbed between smith Commercial
street and Jaekson hill, and the paving
will be done by the slate next spring."
At the hour of going to press Infer.
1 1 om the
war. Ion s
Call Patton Plumbing Co. for your
street rk' rhne Ui$' 220 N- Co'"-
o i ii . i 1 " luai mo
! Miller has opened his ' . I", -tmt 18 d"i,, '' fancy work
at 510-511 U. 8. bank "r l,,n"ll l""i's of leather up, but
311. . ,f ' S""" of who does it, tht, Ja' fB .
n . - " '''t evw-lhinir from .h..l .... i
Pr. Carl E.
The shoe market, the leather market
nnd Ihe price of half soles are going up
nnd then some. This said announcement
comes from several of the leading shoe
"tires ami there seems to be no doubt
about. In men', shoes the price has ad
fl'11"1 - to W a pair the past
two months and the tendency is .
-nrd in women's wear. It ,,mv costs
n m.-h for a pair of half soles as an
average pair of shoes di.l f,
Ko. Tho general o r i II in ii ta 1..., .t..
.she uud (iuiniul
Kiine ml servicu
n 'iT n il Monday n f :r-
Kh: McthoiliHt eh ii re h.
mint, ho put nn a bold fr,.i ,iino.n at
!,M n" " to convince the officers that 1
't was a ca-e of inislaken iil.cniitv. but'
ipiesiioneil maile cunt rnilic- t
go and In ,
i . j, ti. t. .
Hailed uWHntion r .7, , l " - ' L I"1 " ""P'tment
ioiv statement ns to his
enlilv. On leceivin.j fi,
i i ii i ion 1 1 ....... i to wi II ... .1 .
iiit,..,-itii m hi, id..,,.:," '",'"' ".,".,"ni ypa 7"Hng m the
i'Hitity was proven bc-
Avoid Trouble at '11 f L. , """rr
Teething Time kgJ fokVH S a Goo3 ?m to 1y9 ! "
u giving DaDy
for a taer Mm Co-PATROMZE Local Merchants 'I
K. Sprtnger, aentM. Moore
flirt na Libertv.
member of the police force rm
pnrej the Sul.-m c,.!,,!,, .; . ..
; with the same, sort of evert in' the Bond
thon7' 0"T.rv," itU all the
thni isan.li, on the streets there been
nulling fur t m f.... , . .. ..
of .i;.7.,.i . 1,1 bne bv
l . "inc.. .0I ail srre.l
n ., .1 . 1 '
' ws , veai-s
I.,,,, , ; es ana
.-est a lot more
within n few-
Tit ui CUW, R,lrf,,w
Ry causing the stomach to
d.est food as it should, keeping
lie bowels open and by giving
lauy less food, the first teetli
never cause trouble.
Contains no harmful ingredients
-iormulu on every bottle. L'seit
and note how easy and comfort
able baby is when teeth come.
Al all Jtuttiti,.
stationery line 10 it right nd
save you real mone
I ..... .iiaiu- o i,,,, wo.
Don't Fail to Hear Evangelistlre
R7 T. Wiest. broth,.
w. a. wi,... ..... v ",uerawij. o. r.,.
J ' ."-t. .in the mill ponVo !-
loHland Ka.lwny, Light and p0-' r '
Alderin.n,, IV i'V u ." , ' ! "", te,ers M(1 - .
for Portland. l;nV t u "J m.. - ""pnired
, . - . , "i "as l i i "w itauiators
""'1 l-eside, hi, father ,j All work gar.m.,.1
I Salem, Oregon.
on the Subject
May, July 6, 2:
The Slogan of Today and of the Future
I I TA7 7 v vn i
Yick So Toil?
CWn-se Meat due and Tf, v
medicme which wiU e,"
known disease. 7 ,
Open Siindav, fr01a 10 A
until 8 P. M. j
Salem n1''''' Sllth
falem, Orrgon - r
6 aucn 2,;S I
Peoples . Fcrniiure anJ Hardware Store
'i N. Commercial St. Salem.