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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1919.
By buying your house furnishings from us. We have the largest stock of
new goods in this city. Our 2nd hand store is filled with dependable used mer
chandise. It does not matter what you want we have it at the price you want
to pay. WE ALWAYS SELL FOR LESS.
Our buyer has very' recently purchased several thousand dollars worth of
dishes, tubs, pails, etc., from the U. S. Government. We are therefore in a bet
ter position to serve your wants.' . , i . .
SPECIALS ON PAILS
REGULAR $1.10, 16-QUART FIRST CLASS PAILS, NOW.:i.f.....l75c
REGULAR $1.10, 16-QUART,. SFXOND CLASS PAILS, NOW,:.: 6Qc
REGULAR $1.10, 16-QUART, THIRD CLASS PAILS, NOW. 25c
REGULAR 90c 11-QUART, FIRST CLASS PAILS, NOW 1... 75c
REGULAR. 90c, 14-JQUART, SECOND CLASS PAILS, NOW 5()c
REGULAR 90c 14-QUART, THIRD CLASS PAILS, NOW.. .... ...:..,....25c
REGULAR 75c 12-QUART FIRST CLASS PAILS, NOW.,. ...-5)c
REGULAR 75c 12-QUART SECOND CLASS PAILS, NOW ..........
REGULAR 75c 12-QUART, THIRD CLASS PAILS, NOW U4Sc
TRADE IN YOUR OLD GOODS
Those who are luteraeted in poppies
otid who have read w much abou the
Ixippies in Fluiiiler.inny now see the
on 1 flower as a number are blooming
in the flower beds on the west aide of
t'.e Court house lan.
Everything new Indicates a goodly
number of cm I em Fiks will attend the
lute convention to be li'-iil at Klam
01 li Fulls Aug. 14, 1") and lii. Already
a most all rejH'rvations iu the speciul
t I 1. 1 i . .. i mi
raieiii ro.-ii-n nave oe'-n tniieii. '"o'
wtiu conic itj ri-scrv too lare win tie
obliged to wire l'jrtland for reserva
tions. All of the r-uleiu Kits band will
,.. niinoer ,u.,g ,ae,r w.ves. lnillli formeily ,t.pi,.a
i ' . t ! i ,0 m JbaIn'1'1'0 "IV. Sclmmk groccrv or, o,
uitcuu i-iiKiiru iuumau r(m.T
T. Z u". u. ', l
i, i Z "V." taken the building on a t years
Mr. ami Mrs. John Cruber. Air. and!J v. . , . 7 ... '
M... Karl Anderson. Mr. au'l Mrs. R. ' . hh ,1 r . w L "J!, ."l" 7"v
A. Kimball, Will K.l'urdy.F. U. South!" "'" h, 'T " " ? ' " k"ld of
nick, V. H. l.'Arcy. K. Cooke I'atton.1':"" ""' hru" ni!"'1."''r'
Jf.l. W ., hrnn wn- li;,.),. Tt.. ,j :
a... i . i-i 1c , , I, ,, , ,
iiiivt-iuiK to iviaiiKiin j-uim wui o oy
uto mid a number of parties hhvc
been formed, to leave .Salem Wednes
day noon. The railroad fare to and re
111 1... Ti.. . . r .i . i, ,,
..... .. ... "Jat tannoii Dead, ;ipurting that the
.. whtrh will be at tfce-aerv.ee of weaUl(lr Vt ,f
i,f- 'nn in ivnr lot tt-v uays win oe '
tt'vuleii among those who occupy the
A marriage license wis turned thl:
ir.vniiiig to R. . Milliiisu, who husi
int returnft frtim ti 4'nnAi ...'
ire, and M.s 1'hoeV E. llcalh of t-a-i
Having tnown a disposition to write'
a-ti' le fur the ne-)npers, and to eive
general informatin through the press.
as to how the world wight be reformed, 1
A DISCOVERY THAT
Two diseoveriet have added preatly
t human welfare.
In 1835 Newton originated the vac
uum process fur condensing milk with
t .ine sugar to a lemi-liquid form.
In IS83 Horlick at Racine,Wk, dis
covered how to reduce Biilk to a dm
pmxtlrr form with e-xtmct of malted
grains, vilhoul cit sttjir.
This product HO BUCK mmed
Malted Wifk, (Name t'.rce copied
ly others.) In nutritive value
digestibility and case of rep.irati 11
(by simp! stirring in wati-r) nd t!,.i
fact tln.t ii kei p in any clim.itc
ha proved of much value to mankind
ns i:ii i.litl fxxl-!rir.!t from it,fur
to o.7 erf,
Aih l-r CCUCS; 3AvcU lurUUMf
a colored youth wlio had keen doing
the shoo shining act for the Cnufield
bnrber' sho), wa mliuilged insane
iiiuriiing anu scut to me siaie nospiroi
for treatment; lieiiil' s a desiro to write
for the paper, he hnd shown a dispo
silioiv to rcauli i n " his pocket and
fetch out a bad looking razor, especial
ly when anyone sike to him in a rath
er hurried tone, of voice, lie also had
a bad looking stil -'to to be used in re
forming the world.' After a fateful ex
amination, it was foetid he had a num
ber of delusions that would make him
untafe to mingle in the industrial
World. His nnme is Villian lj Hue.
F. N. Woodry, the auctioneer, who
0wnerj an auction tuarket in Salem
I i .i . . . i .
iuuii iiiree ciirs hkop bow iiuua uia
Jbiisliiess has grunu to suck, su extent
;th:it he has been obliged to secure
.larger quarters, lie has rented ihe store
by the A.
iirocerv on -North ( onimer-
'eisl street as the Farmers atore anil
t'W losscsion IM. 1.
. " ""u uu general real
iu 'onuectiuu with his
GoTtrnor Olcott returned thii morn
ing from his sojourn with his fainilv
(Cnpit.-il .loiiriini Special Service.)
Lyons, Or., Aug. (i.- iirs. Hi rtlia
' uuuwor,n " oau-nrer, Aivuii,, h;a-nt
the weekend with lrs. Woodwurth's
.smier, ji rs. i, t, Jolili-on ot Lyons,
J. Jirown's sister and hus !
baud from Portland
ere guests at tho
View Point '' farm.
Mrs. Kdmond Kngdall has retururd to
her home in Portland after spending a
1 week with lu-r mother, .Vis. Lmma
! KaV J. Fill has recentlv esti.bli bed 1
!. 1 V...M :.. 1 ' I
j Mr. Ihiiry Johnston and Jlrs. S. D.I
niirermiiii were .Wilcm callers last
is lust r.ecft.
ilr. lialslgcr of C.ordaa Las moved
his family to Lyons.
Miss Altn Itruwii of l.vuns spi. nt a
few dr.ys with her siter, ilrs. V. I).
Itrotherto'i of Salem.
Mrs. Kiniiia Monis sjient 8ntuiday
night with her son, A. L, Moms of Jit
Mis. froiiijain -jful her iiiuju-r oi-nt
Saiurdar iu Alban..
Paul Bradl.-y v.a. a I.;.i; vi.itor
Etli.-l Swank of Aun svjil.- i s;..-..dii-g
n f 1 w d;;v with Ma nine Berry.
Kenneth Morris ami the Andersui
broth-rs s-int r-iitn.-dftv n.gi.t in Su
'The Ijdii-s" meet st Mrs. Kmwa
Jkii.in.' this w-k, Tburstlay.
Wsenr Ballurd having received word
that his father was eorioinly ill, left
for Aberdeen, Wash., Monday evening.
Former Army Instructor
Of Wrestling Wffl Open ,
New Gymnasium In Salem
Salem is now to have In its midst a
physical culture aeheol which will in
elude wrestling, to be opened in the
Darby building in Ihe rooms formerly
occupied br Miss Magers as a studio.
Tho school will also occupy rooms iit
Loyd E. Ireland, former wrestling
instructor at Camp is will have I
charge of the school. His specially w ill
tie in work with business men.
Mr. Ireland has just received his dis
chnrge from the service. He was
wounded last November while in
France and received his discharge
bout two months ao He r?rved with
the 91st division.
In looking for a location for a pin
nies! culture school, Mr. Ireland travel
led up and down the coast and finally
decided to Incnte in Nolein. His wife,
who is now in Portland, will join him
here. They will live at ' Mouth Lib
Mr. Ireland won the featherweight
championship of the I'. S. in 191.1 and
his wrestling career covers 10H niatclie
in which he lost but 17.
PcrtkdBcys Steal Auto
And Disappear From Hcni
Portland (Iro A 11 ir it Vfnn.li!
Urigga Julin Haker and Hurry Mont
E'-mery, all OKCd 13. disa.pcared here
Momlny morning with Ihe automobile
Of F. K. llrigs, father of Harold.
The bOys have not been seen since
anlrre believe:! to bo en route to Cal
ifornia. The machine was stolen Bii-g
rc.n.rtcd to the police. j
WziTwIit'l ArP Is?.Pfl Ffif
rv,i 1 e n 1
ruiscursf caw i;caiers
Accused Of Profi!snn?
rittsbtirgh. Pa. Amr., !. -r'rsrgir g
profiteering li the sab- of tnnr, var
riMifs were isted th a aftirew.rr for
tl. .iiroiit ef tiree titfutitis of 'the
Pitii-l-iirgh branch of tbe Central Sugar
cnr-i-kny, wh;rli has its li-(d.(uarters
in f n csiro suit orieratei. as a dealer in
sii."ir rscliisivrly in thii. state, llliuoii
Ohio ard Wiwonstn.
A total if $Juj,ihi0 in inigation
lomlp h.-is U-en certified by the Mete
since the i3sa!" of the irrigation dis
trict bonding law br the la li-gisla-
RODMAN SAYS FLEET
IGRUISE NOT JOYRIDE
Coming Of M Peters To
1 Uliiltw iiilUiM AlVIf wvm
! la History.
I San PU'So, Cal. Au. ire
I aut her on joy ride. This is plain
'business with us. Our coming murk
'an epoch in naval dcvrftpinettt'-that
hat not boon equull'-d by anything
'the historv of ou navy in 'the P
;fific" ' : ' : v ?
! Admiral Htuh tWmaii, these
Iworit. soundr-d the keynote- of the' V
'rifie fleet's' ,orlav he. greet
led a Vnit.l Press -Miaa oa boanl the
! flagship .New Mcxiie, a few moment
after the Riaiif drejiluaugrtt had drop
ped anchor off rh torondo Islands.
' It is off thM.isl-v'VJst outside the
entrance to rent Anvriran water, that
the fleet is todav imtting on its finish
in- touches in prcbaralion fuf tumor i
. " '. . , I
IVgtrovers begnu rsviitj; at the-Cor
onJo Islands late l1' st iiitflit. The first
uf tho-big ships tfvrved at a few min
utes after midnight. lt was the V. S.
. 'tieorgiu', with Ad'niral Shoemaker
Th niriainuhaut anii Vermont fol-
loieV with destroyer in their wake,
The 8iper-aroaiinHiis:"ii rnuir
early this nioruin. bnd miehored about
' 1(1 oVhick.'
' At that, time the entire fleet was as
sembled there and ;ho work was start
led on dee, elenli'iirf shrji for th re
view tomorrow. .. .
A it in i m I Ko.linaii etidHined that it
was not lack of a'.ility to do so that i instructions of the eeeretary of the in
will prevent - the big- ilreadnaughtJtPriur 0f September 15, 191 7, tho tim-
'from enteriiiir the hnrbor here, but that
owing to the shortness of the fleet's
tav anil tho great number of smaller
i craft which w ill be anchored inside, it
J has been decided to keep the major,
! ships outside.
I Throughout the personnel of both of
'ficers and men there is a feeling that
'diKite the immediate festivities with
which the fleet will be greeted in the
I various coast towns, there ia a period
of hard work ahead. . The tremendous
ejithssias.nl nnd interest of the Pacific
; coast has been se-iscd throughout the
.fleet ami titer ia expectation that both
n sea and ashore the next few mouths
(will witness a trenioudous effort to put
both the fleet aud its baes on a -basis
!nf efficiency that will compare with
.that certain to bo maintained by Ad
iiiirul .Henry- WiUjyo.ii the itnntii:
it Already l.fl .rlviiliy is being
lijlillsil fivtJK'en tfl-. personnel of the
Armada of the Atlantic and that of
the Pacific which promise to boost
the efficiency aud morale of both.
-' Deputy Pant Keajt- in. receipt of ,J
bulletin from the Iepirtnient or urn
! meree at Washington gU-ing eoiujmra
tive statistic! as to-the receipts and ex
penditures for governmental ndiiilnis
tration in the various states. Among
other things these figures show that
the average per capita revenuo from
taxes and all other sources la 3,fi9,
while the average per capita expense iW
5.47. Thero were HO states in wliicn
the revenues ecee.1eiT the total gov
ernmental costs, including interest anil
the state of Oregon is included in this
i j .nil
Oovernor 01cott(has today receiveil
I a letter frmo t'ol. 11. It. Arnoui 01
Mather flying f ielil, tliseussing turtner
the sending of six planes to Hulein for
fire patrol in rhnrge of Mc.jor Smith,
whom he recommends in high terms.
With regard to hangars and equipment,
he stated that it would be very incon
venient and Impracticable to shirt the
materials from the California fields
and he expressed the hope that the peo
ple of Oregon woiilil surtientiy appre
c)at(, the . value of the service to ar
range in some way for their equipment.
Letters recently received from Hep
rescntatiye C. N. MeArthur and Hen
ator McNary at Washington give as
surance to Governor Olcott that they
will give careful attention and opposi
tion to the Smoot bill which covides
for the transfer of ! 000.000 from the
National Forest Road Fund to Interior
Department for use in .Vational Parks.
Gymer Resigns Managership
Seattle Coast League Nine
Rcattle, Wash., Aug. 6. Biii ( l. mer,l.Vi.
Scuttle manager, resigned hit, p"t as "''-j ere, dark Innin, 8 acres clear-
lot Of the local Const league mo lnre.fl, ci.ianto hluiop papule, 1 acio ucav-
1,., lite club -rntitrued lo the
1 L.... C..1.I Brif iliHRatnrt.k rn:wi trlUi
-,.lifr The club lias won but!on'-v :i7lm-
jtwo gai out of the last ;i I'l - .v,,l -
Ctymer win hibkh no iisitini-ni.
has been paid 01 r lor nie season, in- ,.)0 iiiiWmi fod ihllt
will be succeed. .! by Charley M"l'" l0:, 3 acres lognus, 4 room house, barn;
formerly with the New Turk ai.eesLt(11,k gn,( pq,,;,,,,,,., an,i 2 ac res corn
and Toledo American assoilulion tlub.nnj ftPW ptaio, guci at $.T.'I0.
Clvmer bs been up agai.ist omci 10 acres best loganberry land, all eul-
rouj;li going here, injuries and failures,
hurtin- ,). ,-lui,. Clvmer did not quit
vo)untriyi ,,ut WB, ak(.a to He
v.. . I.i.j rot.ntstion in the American
lassocintion and this Is the f.rM vi-ir lie
has evcr piloted dub that is ilotmcdj
lllf. FED RAIL
A Fu'caTirj 6' Antmtmition
C1 - li'StriKAL'
- - .
r f ;
lV Babies Smile . J
F when stomach ria iSeir Vifl
f-w-' wbea storucas do ncr v
r Fretful, erring babxs r.td
to nuke tht stomach digest food, ti
and bowdi to saov a the 1
abouid. Com it as Malcohol. r-j
opMtea,narcote. or other
taannlul infradwot. r . I
J. C. Perry'.
President Refuses To Put
Off Address Until Monday
Washinjjton, Aug. 6. Precideut Wil
son today wrote a letter to Representa
tive Mondell, repulilieatt Umvr let-der.
det-linini; to posttwne his addreoa oa the
eost of living from Friday to Uondar.
the president eeutoniplat
Mondell, reading iu uew.-t.a,cis that
hefgre ..congryos Friday, eoiuiuunieuteit
with Kvretaiy Tumulty luid akd If
pustni!M.'ineiit were posyiblo. Mondell
told Tumulty 'many congressmen have
leftt own and that it is doubtful if a
uuorum can be obtniiied by Friday.
The presnlent, it whs teamed, wm
laddre.'a a joint gessioa of the houses at
4 p. m. Friday.
NOTICE OF SAL.K OF GOVERN M EOT
timber, general land office, Washing
ton. D. C, June 2T, li. ixouce it
hereby given that subject to the cotiji
tione aiid limitations ot the act of
June 9. 1918 (39 Stat.. 2181, and the
oer on tne rouowing ianua win w wm
August 0, 1919, at 10 O'clock a. m at
public- auction at the United Ktate
land offiro at 1'Ortland, Oiegon, to the
highest bidder at not less than the ap
praised value as shown by tbii notice,
ale to be lubjcct to the approval of
of the, aec,retary of the interior. The
purchase price, with an additional turn
of one fifth of one per eent thereof,
being commission allowed, nuit be
deposited at time of tale, money to be
returned if snle is not approved, other
wise patent wiTl issue for the timber
which must be removod within tea
yeari. Bids will be received from eiti
sena of the United States, associations
of such citizen! and corporation! or
ganized under the laws of the Vuited
States or any state, territory or dis
trict ,thoreof only, yfian application of
a Qualified purchase, tfte limber on any
Jegal aubiliviiuon will ieHftired sepa
rately before ibcmg tneiuyea in any or
fer of a larger unit. T. ) N., B. 3 W.,
8c. 11, NW'i 8WV4, mil fir 510 M.,
Wodar 55 M., 8Wy4 SW',4, red fir 740
M., none of the red fir or eednr to be
sold for'lest than 1.S0 per M. T. 9 8.,
R. 3 See. 8, NE NK'4, fir 1090
M., hemlock 270 M., NWWtlfi'4, fir
880 M., hemlock 150 M.f SB V4 NK4,
fir 1770 M., hemlock 2.10, M., 'KW14
NE, fir 2390 M hcnitock-" 800
NE'A N.Vi,i, tt 630 M., ksmloc ISO
M.,' NW'4 NWWMir 170 M., J)'K'4
HK"4, fir, 1170 hemlex-k 120 jM.,
NWH SE'i, fir 1630 M., hemlock 50
M. ftE'74 HKVi, fir 1190 M., hemlock
30'M., 8Wi,4 SE'4l fir 790 M., XEVi
SWV4, fir 19.-)0 M., NW 8W4, fir
2100 M., 8E V BWtf, fir 10S0 M.,
8WV4 8Vy,, fir 1250 M., no- of the
fir to be sold for less than l.i( per M.,
eui none f the hemlock to bo sold for
less than 73 eents per M. T. 8., B. I
E Roe. 25, HW4 rTW'i, red fir flOfl
Mi, HKVt N E ', , red fir 8S0 M., SWW
N'EW, red fir 500 M., none of the red
fir to be tld for lest than $2 per M.
OTjAY TAIjTMAN, Comrnisniotier, Gen
eral Land Offiee, , 1-10
108 acres, good soil, well drained, on
good rond, close to Knlem; 70 acre
iu cultivation, fcnhnce brush pasture,
well Improved; I90 per aire, worth
SO acres cultivated, 7 acres fruit,
mostly prunes; house and burn, 3'j
miles town, only l!800.
797 acres cut over, excellent pasture,
best soil, rolling; spring water, log
houae, barn; $20 per acre, terms.
3'.'0 acres grain ranch, good blink
loam, 290 acres cleared, 30 grub oak
pasture, 70 acre! A 1 clover, family or
chard; 8 room modern house with owa
watnr system, good barns; if you're
looking for a snap, here it is. Good
read 4 mile! town, at 1123 per acre.
58 acres, all tillable 45 cleared, 13
tump pasture, 20 scree beuvcrdaoi,
good 'barn, house. $(1000.
5 acres 2'i milct (Salem, good soil,
small house and barn, easy payments,
er.iain, amny orrnaro, ( room nouse,
jbarn, other building, '- mile towu,
Vj .miles Salem, best soil.
acres prunes bouse, bara,
ttvated, rrx k r"!d, 3 miles falem, 1I5W
r.asy terms. .
Daily Market Report
Wheat, s .ft white No. 1 .'. f Jfo 2.04
Wheat, Wi-rnr grade! ea aaoiple
0t, new ..
Hair, cheat, new ., ...
i 1 tr-i 2o
Hay. oats, new .
Mill run .
Fork, VaJ ao4 Atattoo
Pork cn foot 21
Quick Reference To Firms That Girs Scnice On Short
Where Bayer And Seller BleetWe
. Recommend Our Advertisers.
Salem Elettri Co., Masouie Timple,
KboxvuIc, Iowa. BU odhouiids, on a
trail followia theft oi a picture kho
dynamo at Olmita, stopied ana iwsred
"treed" to a cortniem... iue sucrui
dug up 43 quarts of whiskey.
Bakersfield. Cal. After aentencinl
10. F. Cobaugh for drunkenness, Judgo
Thomas suspcndid sentence wnea lo-
baugh confessed that it wr.a a icrnoie
ordeal to get in suck condition via the
two per ceut beer route.
Call 398. Highest prices paid for
Junk, second, band goods and machin
ery. Be sura and eaU SOB, get the right
prtcea. Tha square deal boat.
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
271 Chemeket St. .. . . Salenv Or.
MACHINE SEO? WORK
Expert machine shop service by Mr.
Bergman at high school machine
shop. 12 yean experience. Gcur cut
ting a specialty. High das machine
tools. Quick service. Phone 446. 8 15
PR. I HALT WlLiSON-Kpe-VJJ
tiattst in the Modcra Scientific
Application of Glasses for the aid of
vision and the relief of Eyestrain and
Headache. Office closed Saturday!.
Uffice 210-211 U. 8. Bank building.
Vhouea, office 145; res. 1244.
Chines Medicine and Tea k I
Uai medicine winch wiu euro any
Opon Bupduyi from 10 A. M.
until 8 P.M.
15a Su.uth Uigh St.
Balem, Oregon Ptiuno 23S
yr. T. eiodox co
253 North High Street
Kwci - -
ggi and Poultry
Kgg cash 3c
liens, live : Sr
Old rooster 15
Now potatoes ......... 2Hf
Greon onion do .
Unious, per sack v $4.23
Peache! '. 73c(a$1.00
Orange - 5.750.o0
Umotii, box 7.50(uj8.50
listiey, xtrated : 20
Hunch beet .. 45e
Cabbage -(... i'e
Head lettuco .... 0e
Egg dozen 60
Croaiuery butter .. , 70c
Conntrv butter 00c
Flour, hard wheat $J.10(3.25
l'urtlund, Or., Aug. U. liuUor, city
Fggs selected local vx 3l(3bs
Ileus 27(ii -2Me
Cheese, trijilvts 3S(.i 10c
DAILY LIVE 8TOO KMAEKET
Tone of market steady
(iood to choice steer $l(u. I J
t-'nir to good steers $!f- 10.30
Common to fair steer $7(JJ?.S0
-Choice to good ow nd heifers
Medium to good iows and keiferi
Canner $38 ' ' -
Hulls $loj 7.30 ' - ,
Ctilves 13 , ..
Keceipta 2ii9 -
Tone of nii-.rkcl lower and 1111 ttlid
Prime mixed t'i.l'i(n 'I'l ,
M.-iliinn mixed 2lf' L'l.."i .
K"U(;h heavies $U1.3nj ,--Piga
I9' 19.73 . ' , .'
lieccipts 1 "i
Toiie of hinrki't strn'dy
Prime lambs $lb'i 11.73
Fair to medium lambs (loUigll
Yearling .jOrti 7.50
- Wethers $3.3(1(7 -Ewrs
127 KorU Ha
WHY SELL FOR LESS?
We will pay you more eA lor yaw
kousekoli goods. Qet our bid before
you soil. Feoplea Furniture and liar A
war Etort, 271 X. Pern. Bt Fkos
NO CASH R EQU1KED Ged verf
shoes and suit, all kiad of mnmm
l instruments, shotguns, rifle, kea
ing stove, gat stove, luit ease ai
1UO0 other ucful article to ell
trade. What have vout Tk Capitol
Eichang. 337 Court St. Pno ,
TQITR used furniture, ove, arpeM
and tools, aa we pay fair price l
vervthing. Call 947
CAi'lTAb HARDWARE k FUE-M
' ?S5 N. Com't 8t.
t BEN'OVATH, block nd trim ladi)
and men's hats at 1917 prirea, and
better work; material i si-arce, list
are expensive, what' the aaswert
. B. Ellxworth, 493 Court St., Sa
STOVES REBUILT AND BEPAIRM
60 years experience, Depot National
and Aaiericas fence,
Sir.ei 2S to S3 ia. kigh
Faints, oil and varnish, t.
Loganberry and hop took.
Salem Fence and Stove Work
250 Court itreet, Phen i24.
J. A Rowland Furniture Stcra
Buys, sells and exchange now mmM
2d hand furniture. AU kinds eg
repair work, light grinding, flila,
and brniing a epeoiollT. Kifat
price. 247 North Commercial B
SALFAI SOAYENGEB Qarbag u
refuae of all kinds retrieved oa moat
ly contracts at reasonable rats
Cet pool cleaned. Dead anlmala rw
moved. Office phone Main 1S7.
MONEY TO LOAN
Oa Good Real Estate Bnsurlty
THOS. K. FOUD
Over Ladd A Bush bank; Balem Orfos,
FEDERAL FARM WAJJS-5H H
1. at Interest. Prompt ervle. Uf
yrtr tim. Federal farm loa ttn&t
lot tale. A. C, Holirnstedt, 401 Uf
lonid Tempi. Baloro, Oiegoa.
INJStniAXCE COrXCuFar fis U
formation about iA! Insuran s4
J. F. Hutchftsoir, dist. maeager Jof
tha Mutual Life of N. T., efttee a
871 State St., Salem, Or. OfflM
phone 90, resident-. 17.39. tf
Our Prices are Kight
W. M.. ZANULKH, Pr!nrtto
125S N. Hummor Street, Salens, Ora
STEWART'S REPASS SHOP Law
mower ground by wrirnrsy; all
'kinds of grinding, lock (raithisg,
brclla recovered, light repairing t
all kinds. .147 CourJ St.
KNIGHTS OF PYTniAS MEET At
MoCornack hall on vry Ta4
at 8. Walter Lenon, G. C, P.
Kunti, K. R. ft 8.
BAY AT Neighbors of America, Or
gon Grap camp No. 1300 meet vry
Thursday evening ia Merk h
Elevator JC'vi.e. Oracle, Mr. CJ
rie K. Bunn, 4 Unioa Stj rcon
dr Mrs. Melissa Persona, 1419
4th' St. Phone 14.1HM.
UN'ITED ARTISANS- Capital 1 Aasera
bly No. 84 meets first Thursday f
each ra.mth '- p. in. U Mavoot
Temple. Glenn C. Niles, M. A. C. A.
VibkVft, eertary, 34t Owen street,
if OI) EH X r W M )M KX 4 P AMBRICA
Oregon Cedi.r Camp No. 5246,niceta
every Thursilay evening at 8 o'clock
in McCornack builjing Coast and
I.itiertv ' street W, M. Petseni, V4
(.'.; Frank A. Turner, lerk.
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ALEM WATER '!3iTANT Of fit
eorner CommercU' aad Trale ureeta
Bill payable ninthly la advene
Out of 00 student in the pnarnsaey
4i-j(r!ir't of the t ulrtrsity of Wash-iuj-on
this year :10 are women.
Trt ..1. ,U... Ik ;.l.t t.ii.l, i.r.U rOMatlV
burned, 4he school district of Ercpira,
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