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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1919.
mO, ither wy.
Hi wot th it!
In one way Schilling
Tea costs less than com
mon tea: more cups to the
In another way it costs
more: You like it better.
You drink it ofteneivand
you 'take more cups.
. Now, of course you like
the real tea-taste better
than tannin-taste, and you
know that tea is better for
you than tannin. '
So pay enough to get
the : real tea-flavor. Get
. Schilling Tea, the fine
practical economical tea of
this country. ;
'' There are four flavors of Schilling
uv Tea Japan, Ceylon - India, -Oolong, ,
English Breakfast. All one quality. In '
v At grocers everywhere. '
A Schilling & Co San Francisco
. Dressings .
Q 101S. Mmlinr ft Co.. Inc.
eiation states that,, "speculation
means lower prices for the producer
and higher priees forthe consumer. By
speculation, prunes can be bought from
the grower for from 9 to 10 cents a
pound and placed on the retail shelf
at 400 cents. You cannot speculate with
bananas anymore. The ...l.'nitHd Fruit
company would soon put a grower out
ui viijmnrss ii ne irxeu. n is also umi
cult to speculate" with "California or
anges. You cannot speculate with Cal
ifornia raisins. But you can speculate
with Oregon walnuts, prunes and other
State iiroducts.' Snecmn-riou cannot be
controlled unless one has, a controlling
tonnage. IBy eoastanVly liviny ton
nage which we cau place on the mar
het, wo can curb to a large extent, pce
ulation. 'By knowing market conditions,
by-getting sources of information
which give us a true knowledge of
true vaJiics the Oregon Growers Coop
erative association can get for .the
grower the highest prices.'' .
Af tftr a. f aw thaiiftanil hrick-.luid tile
havn Impii Juii-niiil in !i lrllii. it in.nnt4ir.
ally- too hot fortwo or three days for
men to cuter the kilu and jbegm the
work of removing the .products of the
Inut firinu- i 'niKiiriernlil. Hmp is thus
losf. As a matter of efficiency and to I
nvom to some extent tins loss or time, jjj
the Portland Railway Light and Pow-
lr cninnniiv ia tnilnv ill stfl Hill a fVlv the .t.
alm Tile and Mercantile, company, .
in the north part of the city, a large Jj:j.s((ct)(cce)(:c
ciectnc ran. .rao msme or a sua is,
something like that of an-ordinary bot
T CIHNEWS I
, ... .-
An 2fi. "Tnesdav-; Lamar
Tooze at armory, auspices 8a-1
tie.-' After the burnintf. tluvlbrick and
tile are cooled off by the natural cur
rent of air flowing from the bottom
of the bottle shaped kiln, through the
-THE WOMEN'S TURN
Editor Capital Journal: I cannot un
sav the mothers.
Ul llll 'UUllH llptU JLJJlt, llllUUgll 1UC y .
neck. tXow -by means of a large fan wives and sweethearts of each soldier
le m Woman's club.
Sept. l,iuonday Labor Day.
Legal holiday. -
iSept. 13, Monday 'Fall term
Willamette university begins.
Sept. 22-27 Oregon state
fair. : "
Sept. 29, Monday Opening
of public schools of Salem.
.; Drs. Cashatt and Pembf'Wn hare
ntaved their office to 508 ' Bank of
Ammeree bldg. Phone $05. . 9-7
tho circulation of air is -made liiuch ,, over -there ' must be learning and pro
more rapid ana oy uienns oi tins exua . . .
air it is thought that the brick will grcssmg as he is , and she must be able
i. .-.i-j !. k- : tn hold him affiunst all comnetition ana
uu eouieu suum-r, uu-ieuy Mtving uu -- -c
each burning, from 15 to 21 hours ;ust make herself and home attractive
time. All of' which is in the way of as possible when he eomes home,
business efficiency. '. v ' ', I never could understand why people
-j-o 'v have always preached that a woman '
xresiueub iouvy rcifiwi uii mua must Keep iierni-ii nvoi nuu vuv-iiui
fnr twentvifeturnea soldiers have fU-iattmetivn for her husbi-.nd. And 1 have
cd applications for admission for a ' 8eon numerous ideas s for keeping a hus-
course of study at A lllamette under. hnil's iovo. and tiothinz said about a
iliA -onlilioTtt ftHnciltiiinill' aid "net. . The I ,.. n,.A AWnni-fl nurl aK
...v ..viu.. . - mini jteepi:ij; iiv-ui iinu i
majority of them will take the liberal tractive for his wife, Oh no! tho dear
men must oe iookcu up 10 aim
thing done, to jueasc tiiem. iliac suu
ject is stale with age and I would liko
to see.it turned tho other side out, and
the women given their chance.
Many women aro in their graves Jw;
because they -tried totdo more than they
wero able, in order to please a man, and
what thanks or credit have these mm
ever given them for it? Yes, of course,
most men -want books, arid music, in tho
home. Wclb I think most women would
be only too glad to have them and the
only reason they do not is because the
men wouldn't provide them. It 4s the
man's place to provide all the needs in
the home, as he usually has all tho
money. Many times a mother hits poor
health, too inueh to do, or too man
.Million t-n lieflv und care for and keen
neat and attractive, cither hersclr, o
POOL MEMBERS TO GET
BIG PRICE FOR PEARS
Record Figure Received By
Fruit Union For No.
Pears In Big Sale.
(WAVT'Rn i. nv 5 wtrnn hrtnse. furnish
' ed or partly furiiish;d. J-'all 81, 8:30
j mornings. ,
jTrlar tit.ln to the 107 ncres of land
o& Which he is now living and on which
K's. ancestors lived for - the past 57
.Vfcni's, Jacob A. .Wburms has brought
suit against Hester M. Caldwell and
tlie heirs of .Elizabeth Benson. The
land is in township 9 south of range 1
cnsU Mr. "Wourms asks-tne court for a
decree declaring him to 'be the sole
anil exclusive owner of the farm and
that others -who may ciaim some title
be decreed to havo no interest in the
property. This is slmilnr to tjie suits
orteu ibrought in the circuit court to
perfect title. "
FOB RENT Garage. Phone ,843. tf
Canning corn delivered Immediately.
Oummings, 94IF13. 8-25
;-A circular letter recwntly Issued by
tL: I. Lewis - -organization -manager of
the Oreuiin Orowers Cooperative asso-
Eighty five dollars a ton for No. 1
pears aim .i u wu j"i r-"' , '- ' ' ,
i. ..ts.ii tt. s,.lm. Vniit 'h,iVi.iiii lmnlil ninlcrstaiid and symua
Union closed its pool yesterday. thixe, with her and do what they -can toj
- rru:a m.Qn. flnf mniiVieRa nf the E4a- M.iil,,' . nitfii if tier flnlllicr BOV .. Has
:Jem iVruit Union wl receive for their g0q. through hardships, it fjaait' all
"4 o 1 pea as niga nprwe as me "'""'.i uceri easy for lus mower, wiijvt nav
bers ot till! aiiiornm rrmre 'i.' uuid about the soldier 's inumc4,u.ii up
i I $ II
tion, a figure never realized in past
year ... .- '
. While tho 'members of the Sal-m
VnU TTninn nool will receive $83 a
tun. this will net them 470, as the podl
sold 'to the Roy Graves canneries at
Woodburn and Sherman anu tue m
favettc Canning company- at Sheridan,
delivered at these canneries.
Thin .fiour is the. highest price at
which pears have been sold in the north
west this season. While the pool figure
is $sr a ton In Salem, the growers of
pears in the YaKima districts are re
ceiving $-10 a ton irom .tneir -litouj
XlcXeill & Lbbj-contracts and the Med
ford growers have to foe contented with
frnin sun tn S;l5 a ton. wita tue exceii-
tion of one or two-small sales, the
Roscburg growers all sold at 'fuo a ton.
Tito Monroe and Corvallis .growers,
flirnnuli the-nid :f the Salem Fruit
Union early in the season sold at $75
a ton. - - ,'...,...-
Last vear the pool of the Salein
Fruit Union was sold at 1S a ton for
No. 1 pears, while those outside ot the
pool received only $40 a ton.
The California association sold its
entire crop of 14.01)0 tons t'S5 a ton,
for .Xo. 1 pears with 50 a ton for
No. 2. The Salem Fruit Union pool did
not realize so much for No. 2 .pears as
there was more scab than usual in the
vallev pears and the peneral quality
was not up to tue st&nuaru -oi iu. u.
Robert C. 1'aulus. manager oi tue
Salem Fruit Union said, in referring
tn hn t t urli lnliiA fit wllil-h the tlOol WHS
sold: " We got this usual price because'
of the fact that the Union was ii
t.niirh n-itii the . market conditions and
knew values, all due to our organiza
nlv t Mm wife, and if she hnsf'toomany
children, or too much work other wis' to
do'.ho can ask himself if he isri 't ft great
deal lo blame for it ana nisteaa jn omm-i
iiig her and feeling that other women
mo more- attractive than she, ho had
better set to work, making her fiappiet
and himself worthier ot uer love.
, -A BUBSCBIBEB.
" 1 m ' 4
London. "Dear '-Sir Just s line to
let you know I am 'innocent" was a
statement handed to the Lambeth mag
istrate by a man accused of theft. Four
months imprisonment. ; .
MAHY OREGON M04 ON
Rocky Moimtasi Gub Seeds
; Names Of I W) Boys tn
Route lo Lamps.
A list of 101 Oregon:,' boys, mostly
members of the Second Division - who
entrained for western emdobilization
camps from New York oil August 11
nil 12 1ia hetin received at the state
house from Herbert Wall, secretary of
the KoeKy Mountain uiud, witn neaa
quarters in that city, rne list memoes
H. S. Hattenden, a ortland.
George Alsbrook. 1'ortland.
" Oeorgo M. Vclburh, Portland
. T. Stone, Portland.
George A. Stowell Portland.
C. C. Toothacre, .Salem.
G. K. RoBCoe, Calkins.
R. B. Anderson, Portland.
tpt.-C. Floor Portland.
B. F. Rogers, Grcsham.
C. G. Riohards ' Portland. -R.
E. Anderson, Portland.
Wm. H. Phelps, Bull Run. : .
Smith Cix, Central Point.
1). E. Hicks. Portland.
James A. Capps, Van.
H. S. Walker Satem.
U -8. Pointer," Hillsdale,
.lames D. Brown Heppnor.
Edward C.'Snow, Portland. .
L. O. Hopkins Milton.
Ri G. Jennings," Portland.
' Ray L. Gauy Portland.
E. Ji. Johnson, Rainier.
8. W. Beaver, Portland.
George M. Lowe, West Lake.
L, D. Smith 'Banks. "'
L. W. More, Portland. .
Ohas. Ellis, Mexlford.
H. R. Turnuro,' Portland.
W. 8. Garrettj Helix. '
Fred Netzer Portland.
F. M. Spccr," Riddlo.
A. E. Curl Hemlock.
Russell Smith, Halsey. ,
it rt-. -.i l r ..
0 nusseu ia.yiur, nnmn.
F. Ij. soutnwicK, wauowa.
W. R. Carey Bend.
Vincenio Bavso, Portland.
E. C. Bloom Echo.
T. M. Lallaw, Portland.
D. L. Allen, MJcMinnville.
C. J. O'Kccfe, Lakeview.
O. T. Cosper Portland.
V. M. Sackett, Sheridan.
R. W. Benner Portland.
Edward Whitley, Elgin.
' W. ' H. Staanghoener, Echo.
Chas.'V. Fry, Nyssa.
O 1 Shutt Hntfltn.
'i.Wlii." T. Whpilir. Marsh field.
Lieut. John R. Williams Portland
Charles E. Soars, -Portland.
L. H. Fitehy Coppwfield.
. ;R. H. Stcnbacvk, Sunuuit.
Clyde Brandon Bend.
M. C. Trowbridge, Portland.
A. G Skelton Coryallis. v
William L. Amos La GAndo
V. A. Mcrrimnn, Portland.
" G. C. Hodgan,' Fre,e Wattry
21. W, Conrad, La prande.
j. fuirer uresnain
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Monmouth, Or. Aug. 22. The new
members of"the Oregon Normal school
iacirtts' are':.." Head of the department
of English,. Miss .Edna Mingus. Miss
Miagus is a graduate of 'the University
of Iowa and of tho University of Chi
cago, has had fourteen years experience
- i . t'.. i: ..u i... 1.I..1. uu.l. l.i.
lit teUCUlIl fjlllllHl 1U lllll BCUUVlfl, "IV
last three of which 'were ii the Walls
Walla high. , .
Head of tho department of art, Miss
A InhnmfL Krentnn. err&auate OI tue rrilll
linstitutii r-nil of Columbia universitv.
Aflnd Tli-onfn ,ma ..Anneterl .-with .the
Oregon normal for three years ani wm
granted a ieavo or aosenco lo.compieiu
imr' wnrk at i;niumnin. '
Head of the department of domcstie
science. mH domestio art, (Miss Edna
Mills; a graduate of Oregon Agricultural
college and during toe war Polk county
home demonstrator. ',
Assitant in the department of physical
education, Miss Virginia naics, grauu
ni .. nf th TTniversitv of Qrctron.
Assitant in tho department of 'music
nnd urt. Miss Laura C. Hollidav. gradu
ate of the Thomas JNOrmai Training
Vitth and sixth eradS eriti. Miss 4Cl
li l SonsVn. irrndnate'Of lha state nor
mat ailinnl. Madison. S. D.. Buena Vista
college and the University of Washing
T.nndnn TW death is announced-at
Irhnitsnlmm r,f Mrs. Edith Alice Mait-
land tho original of Lewis Carroll s
"Alice, fn Wonderland." She was a
writer and traveler
LIFT OFF CORNS!
Doesn't hurt at aH andcostsonly
a few cent
QiiiReferenMrto--lnn8 That Gh Service On Sbri
Where Buyer And Seller Meet we
'v : Recommend Oar Advertisers.
GoJdwyn Pictures 3Jar.
Powder and Paint
Silk Stockings and Laces,
'SMILING BILL PARSONS"
"WANTED A BABY"
I Ye Liberty
Mexican Government Says
Lummrngs Not txpelled
Mexico Citv. Aue. 20 (United Press)
Sensational reports that the British
i-hm irn il 'nt'fahtts. William D. Cummini'S!
has beu expelled from Alextco. nccanse
has was personna nou Krata WIth '"e
Mexican government were denied at the
foreign office yesterday.
The United I'ress corresponoeiit was
tol dthut Carrauza merely had notified
the various department of the govern
ment that Cuuimings had no official
jatanilin, uecause i iue ium w
Kritisli govemmcni in rriuwuu io K-vivK
nize the present Mexican administra
Curranza had ordered that Cummings
should receive he same courtesies e
,.,.r,l,.rl niiv British subject, it was stat
ed, but reports that any friction had oc
curred were denied. ,. : ..
A WOMAN'S TESTIMONY
Mrs. Ettie Warren, a farmer's wife
of Einmittsburft, Md.. openly declares
how she has found nealtfl. tliroiign reaa
itirf a newsaper advertisement of Lr
dia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
So great is her relief after fifteen
vears- of suffering that she asks o
have this information published. . ;
BULLDOGS A WILD STEER
AND STOPS A CATTLE
Ccdric McDonald,. Molalla.
Louis G. Foster Welches.
Joseph C. OTson, Mollala.
William G. Scott, Portland.
Fred H, Clayson, Portland.
: A. M. Marchand Kollo.
A. J. Lady, Willamiim.
D.' G.'Tomliii Moro.
William H. Trip,"Pbrtlaud.
.Tallinn W. Allen. Eucrenc
George R. Chandler,. The Dalles.
V. L. Jolliff . Portland.- .
. J. H. Bointor, Hillsdale.
Joseph P. Dziesko Portlanl
B. M. Anderson, Dallas.
D. A. Laioso, Portlnnd.
. Robbins, Creswell.
J. H. Boner Moore.
W. F. Grigsby, Pendleton.
'M. H. Young Portland.
H. M. Meek, Cornelius.
T. W. Dcnch, Portland.
O. K. Beala, Corvallis.
O. H. Smith. Cove.
H. R. Benjamin Forest Grove.
F. B.iMinele,, Ashland.
R. A. Grenfell, McMinuvillc.
H. J. Meredith Portland.
Lloyd Faulconer, Sheridan.
H. R. Fosner. Sherwood.
George E. Milne Carlton,
Richard F. Gray, Portland.
Fred Nelson, Fossil.
L. A. Philbcn Portland.
George A. Olcmnn, Redville.
I. D. Baker La Grande.
Charles' Mbrninwcg, Halsy.
W. H. Roberts" Park City.
Salem Electric Col, Maioni Temple, 127 Norta High
MACHINE SHOP WORK
Expert ' machine shop aerr i by Mr.
xtergman at nign scuv. uiauxuv
hop. 12 years experience. Bear cut
ting a specialty. High class machine
tools. Quick service. Phone 446. 8-15
DR. L HALL WILSON 8pe
ciolnet in the Modem Scientific
innlinatinn nf Glasses for the aid Of
vision and the relief of Eyestrain and
Headache. Office Closed ( Saturdays.
Office ; 210-211 1 V.'HS. Bank building.
Phones, office. 145;. res. 1244. .
.'.'"' ' car of ,-"
Yick So Tcg
Mefliclne and Tea Oa.
Has medicine which will euro any. X
, "known disease.
J Open Sundays from 10 A. It.
until 8 P.M. . .
-i - M. iga Ronth lliorh St. ":
Xs Salem. Oregon Phono 232
T -,. A
f 4 4 e
Mnirinl Jusf dron a littlo Frcezone
I on Hint, triuchv corn, instantly it stops
aching, ' then yau lift the eorn' off "with
ItM fingers. Truiyl . wa nnmDugi i
Try Freczoncl Your druggist soils a
tin., hnttle f nv a few cents, sufficient to
rid your feet of every hard corn, soft
corn, or corn between tne toes, ana cai-
1 1 unites, without one narticle or pain,
l(irnnnim ri- irrillliioil. Frcczoile is the
discovery or anoted Cincinnati genius.
Call 968. HUhest prices paid f
Junk, seeond band gooaa and maai
ary. Be rare and caH 399, gt the tlgM
prices. The square dear nous. ,T
CAPITAL TO CO. .
271 Chemeketa St. Salem, Ost.
"' ''yrfref "re
NO CASH REQUIRED Good YereoM
shoes ana ituta, au anrae w
al instruments, anotguns, riflea, keaa
Ing atovea, gas itovos, auit cases itaM
1000 other MlBeful articles to aell e
i trade. What hare you t Tne
Exchange 337 Court St. Paone 4M
W. T. BIGDON CO. ,-,
'im Voith nih street w
- i" mm
nsTT lun r'AP.lvTT.'M GRANTED
12 PERCENT WAOB IJNOHtiAOJt.
.'.. vU. Auir. 12. (United Press)
:Tk wu inhnr board late today grant
ed a flat wage increaso or is P"'00"'
for employee of traetton lines in Port
nr Tr.it 1st. Louis and the vieini-
tv n'f Cloyoland. The inerease it was
' - .t i -J Ko
&tatcd, wai.Uaaea on me iuir"w
. .1. .L. ska
M a. ik Ik . "
Daily Elarket Repcrt
tV 1 ? A
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L . 1
Salem s a Good Place to Trade' KJ theatre KJ
A. M. Hoofman and L. W. House, of
iPillshoro. stopped off in Salem for a
! brief visit on their way to Shepherd
I Springs. ' -
. tmnnir the vallev neorile rcgisteren
nt thfl-Klhrh hotel are Mr. and Mrs.
IW. H. Olcott and C M. Crawford of
iMill Citv. W. M. Faulkner and W. O
Wnumrtli nf Corvcllis. and Charles E
i.latiioB nf Hilrertnn.
- ........ ..... -. , .
Wcv. J. H. Bnrtin of Boise, Idaho,
jhns been a guest at the home of Mrs
Hubert 'Aiken. Mrr Barton is .eunerm
tendent of the Presbyterian board of
liiimc mishinns for Idaho.
Kmipriiitendeiit J. A. Churchill left
tin. mnrni iff for Portland to attend a
meeting of the state board of vocation-
TVinident P. L. Cfimiibell of the IJlli-l
vi.j-itv of Oreiron is in the city tona-
I looking after mutters pertaining to the
new woman's building, lie slates mat
work on the structure has been started
and is inaki-g good progress.
fctupcrintendent JNicholson, oi tne met
ropolitan Insurance .company, left this
morning on a business; trip io Aiuany.
Ko'lowing this he expects to take his
family to Btsidc for an outing of two
Mrs. O. 8. Murnhv of Hubbard is
among the visitors in the city today. :,
, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clarno anu Vln-
A i '1 .. 1J .wl ' . 1 . i 11 . .1 .... ttiA nil.
U tourists stopping in lialera yesterday.
TTnwell nralrie. A cloarcd
4 acres pranes,'8 room. house, barn, new
woven wire tence, running warer; cun
bo bought for $1000 do'wn, balance at
J 60 acres in Lake county to trade
tor nousc m oaiem.
7 rimm -nlnstftrerl hnusn on ffravoled
street, car line, large lot, fruit. $1800.
$300 down, balance to" suit. '
40 nc.rns. all cultivated. 15 loaans,
some prunes, close in on pavement; on'
ly $30U per acre. 4
0 room house closo to Lngiewood
school, 3 lots, garage; $1150, ,
4 room houso on graveled street,
closo to Grant school, car line, good
20 acres, 10 cultivated, spring water,
family orchard, buildings, rock road,
V, mile school and station, 3j -miles
40 acres best valley loam, JU cleared,
7 room house, barn, spring und well,
rock road, 3 milos city limits, only
$200 per acre.
7 room bungalow witn oascmcui,
handy for man working for oil com
pany, $1500. $iuu down, Balance in
stallments. ' -
10 acres in crop, mile Salem, fam
ily orchard, barn, hog house, well, crop
and stock goes at $3500.
IW acres, izo acres ciearcu, iuuiuj
orchard, buildings,' running water, rock
road; 5 miles Salein; $23,000.
3 acres just outside city limits, goou
house and barn, fruit and berries, own
water system, gravel street; cheap at
8 room bungalow in good condition;
fruit and garden, pavement; your
chance, $1600. Small payment.
RnnA (1 room, buntralow in fine lo
cation, paved street, close car and
school, shady lawn, $3200. $1000 down
22 acres 1 mile town, gravel road,
best soil, all cultivated; 7 aercs eiovcr
Wheat, soft white NoY 1 ..............v.
nm ...,.. ...i
Hav. cheat, new -"v-'"-"; "
t,.:: .... ; ?isto?iu
XOMJ, . , " uMJ
Ulll ...n .
. u..,.i . : 6ie
K lTini lHI ,,,....--- . . nn
rvonmiirv butler , 61g)U-c
n 1. a(. lML
x-urn. uu j
VeaV fancy '
WHY SELL FX)R LESS?
We will pay you more cask for yew
kousehold goods. Get our bid befoi
you eoll. People Furniture and Hr
ware Store, 271 N. Com. 8t. PboM
YOUR used turaiture, etovei, earpe$
and tools, aa we pay lair price -everything.
CAPITAL) HARDWAHE FUBNI"
283 N. Com'l St.
I ' RENOVATE, block and trim ladl
. and men's hats at 19-17 pnsea, a
better work; material is scarce, hata
are expensive, what's the answearl
C. B. Ellsworth, 495 Court St., Ss
lem, Or. ,'.-''' '.. :' ".'.''-,' ...
STOVES REBUILT AND HEPAIBBal
SO years experlenee, Depot wl
and American fence. '
Sizes 28 to 68 in. Wgb
Paints, oil and Tarnish, ete
'! LogaobeTry and lop hooks.
Salem Pence and Stovf Works,
250 Court street. Phone 24.
SALEM BOAVENGEB Gatbage "'U
refuse of all kiads removed on meatt
ly contraota at reasonable rates
ess pools cleaned. Dead animal n
moved. Office phone Main HI.
Eggs, cash r-.
Oreen onions doz ....
Onions, per sbck -.
Celory doz , '
Watermelons .. ....
"On Good Beal Estate Seeority '
TITOS. K. POBD
Over Ladd Bush bank; Sakn Orege
FEDERAL FARM LOANS BH J
cent Interest. Prompt service, mm
years time. Federal farm loan bond
for sale. A.' C. Bohrnstcdt, 401 Ma
sonic Temple. Salem, Oregon. .
INSURANCE COCKChj For free i
formation about Life Insurance
J. F. Hutchason, dist. maasgef fee
the Mutual Life of N. T., offiee !
371 State"St., Salem, Ore. Olflee
phone 99, residence 1396. tt
Eces dozen . ,
Country butter .,
Our Prices are Right
W. M. ZANDLER, Proprietor
1255 N. Bummer Street, Salem, OregWi
Flour, hard wheat ...J.103.25
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEET A
-fr. ,nu hull nn everr Tuesday
et 8. Walter Lenon, C. C, P. .
Kuntz, K. R. k S.
family orcliard, buildings; priced right $7fe7.o0
(mn ' Meiliu
Portland, Or., Aug. 22. 'Butter, city
i Eggs selected lo(ni ex vqv
Choese, triplets 328c ,
DAILY LIVB STOC KMABKET !
. . .. Cattle
Tone of market steady j
Good to choice steers $10(210.50
Fair to good steers 7.60.OO I
i ... tmir atArra 7(J)7.50
VJUIIMI1UU 1 ' ' " ' ' -,
Chnii-A to- oood cows - and ' heifer
ROYAL Neighbors of Amerwa, Oie
gon Crape camp o. jooo mm tji
Thursday evening in McCornaek ka
Elevator Sf-vlce. Oracle, Mrs. Oaf
rie E. Bunn, 648 Union St; reoos
der Mrs. Melissa Persons, 1411 H
4th' St . Phone 1436M . .
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem
bly No. 84 meet first xnurev
each month at 8 p. m. in Mawnrte
Temple. Olcnn C. Niles, M. A. O. A,
Vibbert, secretary, 340 Owens street.
. 10 acres i a frit it, 4 logans, 8 cnerries
close Salem, $4250. A good buy.
106 acres on good rosd, to be paved,
70 acres cleared,, about 80 acres brush
pasture, family orchard new modern
house, dairy barn, silo, well and creek,
only 4 mileg Salem, at $190 per acre.
Land all around it $200 and $225.
5 acres in cultivation, in goou loca
tion, close Salem; $1500.
Move into 6 room furnished bunga
: , 341 State . .
Medium to "good cows and heifers
Bulls $0(o37 ' '
Calves $10lf: '
Tone of market steudy
Prime mixed $21(it21.50
Medium mixed $2O.5021
Rough heavies $19.50&20 . , ,
Receipt, 38 . -
Tone of market steady
Prime lamb $12f13
Fair to medium lambs $11.30(512
r I II" !J JU Umn
rurgci ii-DU m uuuiv y(,cl,i..Ks $7oi8.9o
balem s a bood fiace to trade 7 50
MODERN WOODMIISF OF AMERICA
Oregon' Cedar Camp 'Ho. u,uwe
very Thursday evening at 8 o'ctoek
in McCornaek building Court nd
Liiberty streets. W. M. Persona, V.
C; Frank A. Turner, clerk.
SALEM WATER conPANT Office
corner Commercial ana Irene sireew
Bills payable monthly tn advance.
Out ot 60 students in tne pnarmaey
department of the University of Weak
iugton this year 30 are women.
To reolace the old building recently
burned, the school district of fcmp're,
in Coos county, has voted runoe e
-Keep Them Heme $$$