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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY. AUGUST 12, 1919.
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Clara Kimball Young
SAVE MAIL ORDER POSTAGE BUYING AT HOME
You See What You Buy Before Paying Buying At Home
New Show Today
CITY NEWS J
; Drs. C?hU and Peiibf-to have
Moved their oftwv to Bank of
iWuaerce bUlg. l'h 5!o. D '
' The eootracrfot tie paviug of the re
UinTaiug four nrilen rf paving between
i this city unit Aurorn has been awarded
bv the highway rrt'iuiiHtiou to the
Blake-t ompton eitjiwny or McMinn
, ville. and within few weeks there
mill lie a link of hard surt.icv road be
tween the two cities
Although Portland will face the ne-
eesiitv f paying one rent a loaf more
for bread next ws. the chances are
'that Salem will escse. At least au in
quiry at the Cherry City bakery ,mak
iers 'vj Holsmm breV, i!ieliled the
fact that a yet, no ihtutgea in price
had been announce 5.
Ouee in a while pec pie from d-'stant
'parts of the 1". S. e'-o-tte i-iteresled in
the Willamette valliv n n.t write the
Commercial club f ;r infu'ma'ion. From
!.Iilford, Muss., firar; today an inquiry
as to the rail field for druggists lln''
! druggists stipplii-s tud whether Salem
: would be a suitalile wholesale center.
The same inquirer hsks for a booklet
i on Salem. The only thing in the way
of information as to Vu'.-ei and the val-
l ley i the pamphlet eempil.-u five years
ago this fall, When tl.e loganberry in
dustry was at the 'dw; s ebb and there
wnsn't any di'livdn'ioit plant in 8a
lem, nor a half nilllvm dollar paper
mill in the process of r etion nor a
$123,000 packing p'.i'..t almost complet
From .Sherbrooke Quebec, cornea an
inquiry to the ConiiucrciuT club as to
flax. The letter is lv"i1fn by the Aoro
Manufacturing company nf Sherbrooke
ami is as follows: "Wenro investigat
iiiVf the possibilities nf fli.x twine for
our work, similar to two ply No. I cot
ton, with 2 pee cent tw;st, or possibly
one ply No. 1,- with the mine twist. Are
you in a position to f.nnish ns price
and samples of f'.ftv "giving approxi
mate breaking stnhi anil yardage per
Little Erm King, who was burned
so severely several Wteks ago and for
whom so many goneTons t-alem peplo
gave their akin for skin grafting, is
doing nieely at the WiKi mette sani
tarium. But as the dressings have not
as yet lice removed. It is not yet
known how Aiany of the 401) pieces of
skin which were yrtfted vill become
The funeral services of Mrs. Kate
Itoiney, who died ye-.toiday will bo
held Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock
from the chapel jf Webb k CIoiirIi.
They will be rondnetod by the Kev.
R. N'. Avison and burial w il be in the
City View cemetery.
Dr. B. L. Bteeves and family return
ed recently to Salem ntter five or six
thousand milea nf ravel 4ir auto and
SAY SALEM IS SHOWING
RAFID BUSINESS SFURT
C'haib Oi- Miller, maaser of the
Marion hotel, says the retail business in
Sa'eiu must lie good, judj;in! fioiu the
number of traveling men now r.j;ister
n at the Marion.
For instance, viterdi.y, out of tin S3
guests who refistereil, ouly ID wire
tourixts and tbe rest mostly men repre-
I o-MtinK wholesale house. And after a
day s work, the salesmen eome bark t"
the hotel saving most eomplimcBiary
train through the sor.rh and east. Mr.
Iteeves spent some days at the Mayo
hospitals in Koenes'er, jtinn., romiui;
directly through f ro there by the
northern route. ,
Soy Shields and family bare jtet re
turned from an outiiu of two weeks at
Neskowin on the coast, where they
had a delight fid' time and found excel
lent fishing. There have been several'
Saleut families in Mif n' the same
place, among them the Curtis Cross
The roster of rural pastors now iu
attendance upon the skinnier school at
Willamette university r.ow numbers
about 30, with more to coino.
thiugs of tue capital city ik4oad tUo
r'iuli the cirv gave luero several years
Anothir instance cited by Mr. Miller
shewing rh..tted rt'tail eatltt'ns in the
ciiy, is the fact that many traveling
salesmen who were accustomed to maK
iu Saleiu in one day and getting out on
the evening trains, are now not only
slaying over night, but are giving two
or three day to the city.
One representative of an casteii,
bouse, after sining up the situation of
ta!em. with its King's Product com
pany, its loganlwrry plants, its Oregon
Co oH rative association and the won
derful future of the prune industry, told
Mr. Miller that for its size, Saieni had
I lietter prospects for a growing city than
my town of its siie he had investigated
a the wesf.
Organisation of a Shritie vluu ai The
l:tlles was started V Huney Ve.is of
I'ortland, chairman of tnv Al .ade. com
mittiM? on. outside meinneisit.p:
VACATION TIME IS HERE
In looking up your vacation trip needs don't forget our large stock contains
Just the Things You Need
Whether it be for an auto or camping trip we can supply you
Hunters Axes, Jack Knives
Camp Stoves, Tents, Cook-
ing Utensils, Vacuum Bot
A LOT OF NEW AND PRACTICAL THINGS IN CUR AUTO ACCESSORY DEPT. I
Among the $alem pcoMl visiting iu
Cortland today are Mrs. Kobert Aikin,
P. O. Derkebach, K. llof'-r, State En
ljee Oilbert returned list night from
an outing of a week or mine at points
on the coast, - ,
Miss Mirpah Blair, of tuu state li
brarv has just returi. d from un outing
of two weeks which she spent in tho vi
cinity of Yachnta. she las as s guest
with her Miss llell:eott of Columbus,
Ohio, connected with Ihv Ohio state library.
Mrs. Louise Arthur of the state en
gineers office, left reiently for an ex
tended visit with rel:iti".' in Montana
and will also take A trip into Glacier
Among Oregouiati stopping at the
Kligh hotel are Lynn 'A. Bonn, Corval
lis; W. R. Weoft,' Albany: K. Draeger,
Fulls City; I. W. -Kleimner, Silvertun;
P. H. Witmarth, tWnt, fi.ss.
'. A. White and family of l'alo Al
to, Cal., are in Sale-n . isiting Mr.
White's mother, M". Ashley White on
Vorth Cottage stree. Mr. White was a
former resident of this city.
August iiuckextein, PnloiK postmas
ter; Eugene Kckerlin unit I'aul Mar
naeli passed through Krs berg yester
l ay in their antos . a the r wny to Kla
math Falls, whero they will attend the
Elks convention, Hn bn'g News.
V. L. lrager of th-v Drnger Packing
company, with headquarters at Snlem,
came to the city todav to spend a short
time insiecting the local plant. Rosc
burg News, .
In the case of Mary Clark Crothers
against Richard Bobtnson Crothern, the
defendant has been declared in default
on account of his failure to appear,
Hr.lph Jones has been appointed guard
inn ad litem for Kobert L. Jones, Ja
nice Marlin Jones nnd Evan 1). Jones,'
mi norn lie haa also been authorized
by the court to sell real estate of the
Autlioi'v Jones estate.
10 acres mile Salem, black gravel
soil, family orchard, bar -, hog house,
well; mare and colt, brood sow, 2 dozen
chickens, 5 tons ha;.', ai ;t 2tj acres
corn go at "300.
f)8 acres at town, all tillable, 4
cleared, 20 acres bottom-, fair house,
good bnru; trade for l'.ace half as
40 acres alt cleared, 18 acres 6 year
old. prunes, buildings, 6 miles Salem.
Cheap at T500.
3 aenvs in Palem. on mucadain street,
ail kinds fruit and berries, good 7 room
house, outside cooler, own water sys
tem, barn woodshed, only 1000.
20 acres good soil, mllng: 10 aoes
leared. irood familv oreha d, buildings
2 springs; 3Vi miles 8j!ein H m'le
108 acres well improve'.!, on z roans
to be pnved, 70 acres cultivated, bal
ance brush pasture; $198 per acre,
22 acre close to Chcmnwa, best soil,
all in eultivation; 7 seres ilover, young
family orchard, buildings; about 110
tons clover and oats hay goes wilh
pliu'c at S000.
5 acrea. 2'4 miles Salem all evtltlvat
ed, good soil, small house and barnj
easy payments; llo'io.
S acres 1V4 miles Salem, berries, S
acres prunes, buildings. $2500. ,
lMi nr'" darn loam, 8 acres culti
vated, balanco sttfnp pas'ure, 1 acre
beaver dam; good buildings, family or
chard, Vi mile town; only $3700,
797 acres cut over, exce ient pasture,
best soil, spring water, log house, barnj
$20 per acre.
41 aeres all cultivated except 2 acres
evergreens, good Bottom land, water
piped to house and barn; miles town
on gravel road. $j0U. Half cash. .
Buy a homo.
' The will of Olivier Thibsudnu, who
died July 20, 1919, hast been filed ann
Eugenie Dnpuis appointed administra
trix. The estate is valued at $12,000:
C. A. Hoover, r.dministrntrix nf the
estate of Bertha Jonea Hoover has been
relieved of further responsibility as ad
ministrator and the estate closed and
all romrts approved.
The estate of Lenndcr Maria has been
closed and the administrator Solomuu
H. Maris relieved of further respnnsibil
The administrator of the estate of Su
san Oertrude Wells Shields has petl
tinned the court for permission to sell
S3 acres of the estate In T.10 8. R. 2 W.,
amiraiscd at a value of $i000 with a
$10W mortgage against it. The heirs
to tho estate are the surviving husband
and the seven months old son. The
hearing was set for September 3.
KANT BREAK TOW
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Ask to see t!ie
The best bed and tent com
bined yet devised for a com
bination auto and camping
trip. We've got 'em in stock.
Racine COOO-mile fabric tires. The guarantee speaks for itself.
Hartfoi-d Fabric and Hartford Cord Tires. Ask the man who uses them
Ray L. Farmer Hdw. Co.
Corner Court & Com! Streets Phone 191
"If Is Hardware or Auto Accessories, Come to Us
-. Matt VaooRub In
a spoon and Inhale jj
T iai T
6 room bungalow in good condition,
fruit, sidewalks, pavement, good lot, 1
block car; $l(iOO,- cash pjjmcnt, bal
ance tta montilv. at 0 berceat.
6 room strictly modem bungalow,
full basement, furnace, t'reptnee; nice
lawn, flowers, berr.eet $:12)0, $7iS0 cash
balance $1!5 monthly at 8 percent.
0 room .bungalow, fu'l basement,
largo lot, fruit, U vn, Vj oloi k CBri
$;io0. Small payment ; in'tailmcnts at
0 per cent.
5 room bungalow, tttt.-ectivs, good
lot, east front, .3 blocks school ;$2,
2.'0. 1000 down, terns.
6 room modern bungalow, close in,
$3200. $1000 cash, lalnnci 7 per cent.
room icottage on graveled street,
lot 75 r 150, fruit; price $1900, $900
cash, balance 7 BJr cent.
o room oiiugiovr in nun iwv.vmii,
paved street, close to school and car,
shady lawn, only $1200; $1000 down,
balance to suit at fl percent.
We can suit you
Quick Reference To Firms That Giro Service On Shorl
Wihere Buyer And Seller Meet We
Recommend Our Advertisers.
Salem Electrie Co., Uasonie Temple, 127 North High-
MACHINE SHOP WW
Expert machine shop service by Mr.
Bergman at high school machine
shop. 12 years experience. Gear cut
ting a specialty. High class snaehine
tools. Quick service. Phone 440. 8 15
DR. L. HALL WILSOM Spe
cialist in the Modern Scientific
Application of Glasses for the aid of
vision sod the relief of Eyestrain and
Headache. Office closed baturdnys.
Office 210211 V. 8. Bank building.
Vhones, office 143 res. 1244.
' . JIM WANTED
Call S98, Highest prices paid for
; Junk, second hand goods and machin-
I arv. 8 snra and mil S&8. eet iha rih
prices. The square deal house.
271 Cbemeketa St. Salem, Ot.
" CaS of
Chinese Medicine and Tea Cfe.
', ', Has medicine which will cure any
Open 8undays from 10 A. U.
153 South High St.
Salem, Oregon Phone 333
W. T. RIGDON CO
358 North High Street
PORTLAND CABMEN GRANTED
12 PERCENT WAGE INCREASE
New York, Aug. 12. (United Press)
The war labor board Into today grant
ed a flat wago Increase of 12 percent
for employes of traction lilies in Port
land, Or., East St. Louis and tho vicini
ty of Cleveland. The increase it was
stated, was bused on the increased cost
t n-Ca?y Josrcs!
Daily Market Rejsrt :
Wheat, soft white .No. 1 ...i - $8
Feed oats -
Milling Oats 2c
Hay, cheat, new 31 T
Hay, oata, new - lH(fi)20
Mill run $4344
Butterfat ' M
Creamery butter 01(nH2c
Fork, Veal m Htrttoa
Pork on foot 19
Veal, fancy 21$C2c
o... . 7f r9f
Cows Z!.r.Z"..." Siw'iae
Sprlne lambs lOfcilla
1 -i i
The . .; -ipnep ff c
sho r in landling a
co:no?Ss':oo is rom
ni'ali.:ile. This or-geni'ai-in
is hidd in
th" trcr,"st esteem
iv ;Ikj4.' among the
I'oblic wlioin we have
SOTIOH OTSALi; OF OOTEBN M HNT
timber, general land effice, Washing
ton. D. C, June 37, luif. fnotsee Is
hereby given that subject to the condi
tions and limitations ot the act of
June 3, 1916 (39 Stat., 218), and the
instructions of the secretary of the in
terior of September 15, 1017, the tim
ber on the following lands will be sold
August 20, 1919, at 10 o'clock a. m., at
publie auction at the United States
land office at Portland, Oregon, to the
highest bidder at not less than the sp
praised value as shown by this notice,
sale to be .subjret to Hie approval or
of the secretary of the interior. The
purchase price, with as additional sum
of one fifth of one per cent thereof,
bang commissions allowed, must be
deposited at time of sale, money to be
returned if sfl! il not approved, other
wise patent will issue for the timber
which must be removed within ten
years. Bids Will be received from citi
x.'iis of the United Status, associations
of such citizens and corporations or
ganized under the laws of the United
States or any state, territory or dis
trict thereof only. Upon application of
i qualified purchase, the timber en any
legal subdivision will be off.rcd sepa
rately before being included in any of
fer of a larger nnit. T. 8 N., B. 3 W.,
See. 11. NWii SWU. red fir S10 M
cedar 53 M., 8W SW'4, red fir 740
M., none of the red fir or cedar to be
sold for less than $1.50 per M. T. 9 8.,
H. 2 E., Sec. .1, NE'4 NE4, fir 1C90
M., hemlock 270 M., NWtf "MKV4L fir
KS0 M hemteek 1..0 M., BE',4 NFH,
fir 1770 M he-wlock 2.10 M., SWV,
NEVi, f 2390 M., hemlock 200 M.,
NE'4 XWV4, fir 630 M hemlock 139
M., NW14 NWy,. ir 17fi0 M , NE4
SK,, fir 1170 M., hemlock 120 M,
VWV4 SB',, fir lfl.10 M., hemlrw 50
M. 8E'. HEW, fir 1190 M., hemlock
30 M., W14 8EV4, fir 790 M NE4
SWVl, fir 1.'.0 M., NW SW4, fir
2100 M., KEV, SWi,, fir 1650 M.,
SWVi 8WK. fir 1250 M., no-.a of the
fir to be sold for lees than $.oO per M.,
s,.d none of the hemlov k to be sold for
lese than 78 cents pee M. T. t 8., B. 8
E., Sc. 25. 8W14 MVVi, red fir BOO
M., 8ES4 NEW, red fir 3.5 M., 8W
NKU red fir SlHi M . sons of the red
I fir to' b sold for Urn than $2 per M.
CLAY TALLMAN, CommissioBer, Gen
eral Land Office, 8 Id
Eggl and TwHtty
T.iat, cash .... 44c
Hvna. live 25c,
Old roosters 1
Broilers "... 2? "
New potatoes iVi',
HrvMii onion's Aa .1 ... 40c
Onions, per sock '. $3.75
Peaches - 30(ft 75c
Watermelons 1 3 4c
Lemons, hoi J7.50to8.50
B.ev. extracted 80
Centcloupes - $2.73 $3.2?
Bunch beets '
Head lettuce ...
Eggs dozen -.
Country butter 00e
Flour, hard wheat $J.I0(ej3.25
Portland, Or., Aug. 12. Butter, city
Eggr selected loinl ex )l5c
Broilers 22(fi r2"ic
Cheese, triplets 36ft J8c
DAILY LIVE BTOO K MARKET
Tone of 111:1 tk pt steady;
ttood to choice steers tUtfhU
' Fair to good steers $tf(n'lii.3U
Common to fair steers $7(3)7.50
Choice to good cows and heifen
SMr.i H 50
Medium to good cows and arilerj
Calves $l'u 15.5'l
To te of mnrket steady
Prime mixed t-"''i '-,l -'
Medium mixed $! 2:V 19.30
Hough heavies $1. 2'itt IS.S0
Pigs $lH.v, 0
Hulk $2U0i 20.5 0
Tone of market straiiy
Prime lambs 11.5(if(i 12
Pair to medium lambs 10
Wethers $'& 7.30
WIIY SELL FOR LESS?
We will pay you more cash for yon
household goods. Get our bid lefr
yon sell Peoples Furniture and Hard'
ware Store, 871 N. Com. St. PhoM
NO CASH REQUIRED Good overt!
shoes and suits, all kinds of m
al instruments, shotguns, rifles, heat
ing stoves, gas stoves, suit eaaee isl
1000 other useful articles to sell
trade. What have yout The Capit!
Exchsnge 337 Court St. Phoae 4dl
YOUR used furniture, stoves, carpets)
and tools, as we pay fair prices x
everything. Call 947
CAPITAL HARDWARE FtJBNI.
285 N. Com'l St.
I REXOYATE, clock and trim Indie
and men's bata at 1917 prices, an
better work; material l acasee, teat
are expensive, what's the mrn3
O, B. Ellsworth, 493 Court 61, Sa
STOVES REBUILT ANT) EEPAIRSa
SO years experience, Depot NatieMg
and Amarlcaa fence.
Sir.es 29 to S3 in. high.
Paints, ell and Tarnish, et. '
Loganberry and hen hooka. '
Salem Fence and Stov Works,
850 Court etree. Phoaa 12.
SALEM BOAT ENO ER Oarbagt a1
refuse of all kinds removed en moat
ly contracts at Tease-nabf nteaa
Cess pools cleaned. Dead animate re
moved. Office phone Main 167.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Seal Estate Security
TTIOa. K. FODD
Over Ladd Bath hank) BsJeat Orefs
FEDERAL FARM LOANJJ mm
. : . : f 1
Gtm iBiwrr.. r v w? . i ww t wm pe
years time, Fdrtl fa toe fAs1
for sale. A. O. Bohrnstcdt, 401 It as
sjnis Temple. Salem, Oregon.
INBUBANCB CODXCtu-Foi tteo tas
formstten aVot Iirt Pitstirae t
J. F. Hutchaaoa, dist. -mS"i e
the Mutual Life of N. Y efflee M
371 8tate"St., Salem, Ore. Gffk
phone 98, resideaee 3
flnr Price ere Right
W. M. ZANDLER, Prewof
1253 N. Summer Street, Salem, Orefaet
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MBET
McCoraaek hall on every TtMeda
at 8. Walter Lenon, C. C, P. Jl
Kunle, K. R. 8.
ROYAL Neighbors of America, Or,
goa Orape camp No. 1360 meet everf
Thursday evening in McCoraaek haJ8
Elevator se'viee. Oracle, Mrs. Ca
rie E. Burm, 848 Union 8tj ioisi
der Mrs. Melissa Persons, 1419 1
4th' St. Phone 143fiM.
UVITED ARTISANS Capital A vas
tly No. 84 meets first Thursty e4
each month at p. m. in Manv$
Temple. Glonn C. Niles, M. A.; C. A,
Vibbert, secretary, 340 Owens stfeet,
MODERN WOODMEiN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 52l6,ieeta
every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock
in McCornack. bniUins: Court a4
Liberty streets. W. M. Petseaa,
C; Frank A. Turner, clerk.
4ALEM WATER cviyrANT Offiow
eorner Commercia! and Trade streeM
BUI pavable moathl la advaaeo.
Out of 60 students in the pnaneswsr
department of the University of Ws
ii g'on this year 30 are women.
To replace the old building reeentty
burned, thn school district of Empira,
in Coos county, ha voted fusds e3
55$ Keep Thca Hcne-???