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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 23, 1919)
SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1919,
ALL AROUND TOWN
cruiBer was named after Salem, Ore
gon, Salem Massachusetts, or the Sa
lem where William) Jennings Bryan,
was born in Illinois. There are 28
towns and cities named Salem, all in
the United States. -
Wtllard Storage Battery Service Sta
tion will move to 238 N. High St.
about Sept. 1st. Tonrs for better serv
Remember These Dates
LLOYD COMEDY -
Dance at armory tonight.
Try Northern Flour, it's a Bear.
every sack guaranteed. At your gro
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' All stores will be closed Monday
Sept. 1st, Labor day. 8-23
Here Is Your Chance
To get that fine new Fall
or Driss direct from the fashion centers. They have
been selected personally by our expert buyers, who are :
right on the ground continually to get you the best to be had :
The Greatest Advantage You Get
I is to profit by our GREAT BUYING POWER of buying for J
I our 197 busy stores. Vuf styles are the latest Our I
: ; quality is always the best for the money.
WOMEN'S COATS in Plushes,Velours and Silvertoncs,f rom
$1 8.SO to $6S.OO
DRESSES irj Serges, Poplins, Jerseys,Taffetas,Satins,Crepe
de Chine,etc.,from $9.90 to $35.00
'Girls Coats $5.90 to $32.50 1
Georgette Waists $4.98 to $6.90
Petticoats $1.25 to $4.98
An inspection will convince the most exacting, of the
merits of the above articles.
Tonight overall and apron dance at
M. B. A. hall near tlhemawa. Good mu
sic, good floor. Come and enjoy a real
good lively dance.
On vacation, office of Dr. O. L. Scott
chiropractic, closed from August 10th
to Aug. 24th. 8-24
Artificial teeth, hare expert plate
T UlftU, H.UU UTOr cmB d.jiviibuhbj
I at my office. Dr. D. X. Beechler, den
tist, 802 U. S. Nat. bank bldg. tf
Th Salem "Star" has not changed
its name. It is a publication issued in
the interests of the Deaconess hospital
One side is printed in German under
the name of the "Salem stern" ana
the other Bide in, English under the
name of the Salem tar, botn meaning
the same. ,
Call Patton Plumbing Co. for your
repair work. Phone 16G8, 220 N. Com.
street. . tf
Willard Storage Battery Service Sta
tion will move fo 238 N. High St.
about Sept. 1st. Yourb for butter serv
Newport fishing season opens; ling
cod sliced, 15c, and whole fisn lac per
pound; red cod 10c poumi. jfitts Mar
ket. . " .... tf
A building permit was issued yester
day to Jacob tjuleja, who will spend
about $750 on .Repairing his home at
514 South 2Js- street. .. ; ,
We buy liberty -bonds.- 314 Masoric
building. ' ' " tf
Never has Salem experienced such
a demand for houses, as at this, time,
and never has there been such a dearth
J j of houses for rent, building material
Why not buy one bi your own, or build
to suit youf I have plenty of money
to loan on. easy payments, and funds
advanced to build. See me for full par1
ticulars. H: E. Bolinger, 328 Hubbard
building. u tf
Fred A Ausmus, guardian of Fred
Aligning has beta gianed permission by
the county court to invest $1000 of
the funds of his ward in land near
Vale, Oregon. In his petition ho state
that the family had moved trom ou
verton to Vale, Malheur county, and
that Fred Ausmus was 20 years old
and anxious to buy a tract of land.
The money has been in the Coolirtge &
MeClaine bank at Silverton diawing4
per cent interest.
Dance at armory, tonight.
Special revival services, location cor.
14th and A streets, Salem, Or. begin
ning August 24th and continuing two
weeks. Conducted by evangelists, and
workers from the Apostolic Faith Mis
sion, Uor. Front and! Burnside Sts.,
Portland, Or., assisted by workers
from imllas. .The full Uo&pel will be
preached on justification; sanctifica
tipr, a second definite work of grace;
tie Baptism of the Holy Ghost and
fire; divine healing; the eternal pun
ishment of the wicked, and other Bi
ble truths. Uood music and singing.
No collections. . 8-20
Dr. Mott, Bank of Commerce, 407-8.
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Mr. and Mrs.v Win. H. McCHlchrist
Sr., who have Been visiting their
daughter, iMrS. William P. Douglas' at
Berkeley, Cal., for the past six weeks,
will return tomorrow.
Mrs. Stlth will move her millinery
department in the balcony of Kafoury
Bros, new store Sept. 1st, . 8-26
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Booms suitable for office or flat in
the Brewer building, corner Court and
Liberty. Phone 184 or 1825.. , -
Salem Cigar' Factory is now making
La Corona" and "iittle Salem" ci
gars exactly as they were made before
the war. Smoking them reminds you of
Old times. , tt
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Dance at Query's hall Sat night 1-23
Farmers may be obliged to Btoren
their wheat, Harley White, said this
morning, as there is too much wheat
arriving in Portland and no elovator
aceominedntions. nu embargo has al
ready been , put oh one' mill and it is
thought it will be placed on others. It
looks at Bresent as if the tanner who
insists qn selling, must consign it to
the government. Due to the fact that
wheat mnstv be held a . month before
grinding, there has Been no-milling of
the immense quantities arriving, in
Portland. No wheat from the west'has
been exported to any extent and hence
all - the available isttaco for holding"
wheat is full up. -;' ij J
' CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank the friends and
neighbors for their help and sympa
thy at the illness and death of bur
mother. Mr.- and Mrs. vv A. Clem
ent, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Peters.
Dance at armory tonight.
Complete outfitters for boys at Bish
op s wundcrnose aro best.
The cruiser Salem will visit Portland
sometime in September. Inquiry failed
to develop the fact as to whether the
a Vancouver, is visiting Mrs. Clyde Rice
, ., iand other relatives in ' the city. She
,,, . .
Miss Mary Cunningham, a former res
ident of the city, but now living at
8ALBM AUTO HAWATOR SHOP
Kadiators, fenders and gas tanks
repaired. Trnctor radintorg a specialty.
Ford radiators -for, sale. lt0 8. 12th
St., Salem, Or, .... 9-22
will bo hero about two weeks.
Ralph Barnes is home after spending
several months at Athena, near Pendle
ton. . .
Mr. and Mrs. J, P. Read left yes
terday for a two weeks out on the
coast near Newport.
Loudon. "In the Lord ' Mnyoi .
court, mid the Old Bailey I havo to uu
derstnnd evory language under the sum.
The onlv lnuguuge thnt does not seem
to be used is English," complained
Judge H. P. Dickens.
We buy and sell notes, mort-
gages and all kinds of bonds.
HAWKINS A ROBERTS
814 Monie Building
(i Bal.tn, Oregon
Round Extension Tables
Oak Dining Chairs
Special new $85.00 Gas Range ..................$50.00
Babcolin perfect floor covering, yard....J.65c and 85c
BARGAIN DAY EVERY DAY
j Peoples Furniture Store
271 N. Commercial St. Salem.
We are on the market for your cull
apples. Don't let them lay and rot.
I Remember a few extra d nrs always
come in handy so pick up your good
cull APPLES and take them tu-the
COMMERCIAL CIDER WORKS
r; M. GREGOR V, MSr. -8194
1010 N. lorn ! St.
Did You Bead This Advertisement?
THY THE SALEM STUDIO FOR
384 STATS STREET
$$ Don't Let'em Roam $$
should be invested and work
ing for you. Your first con
sideration should be SAFE
TY. . "
INTEREST RATE should be
fair and conservative. A high
interest rate very often
nctuis a smaller margin of
safety and security.
(JOjn TENIENCE AND SER
VICE should be valued high
ly. We collect and remit IN
TEREST and. PRINCIPAL
PROMPT- and without
OUR FIRST MORTGAGE
FARM LOANS on improved
farms in the WILLAMETTE
VALLEY are always worth
PAR. WE purchase LOANS
if you need to CASH your se
FARM MORTGAGES are
held in highest esteem by
LIFE INSURANCE COM
PANIES . a-id SAVINGS
' BA-.KS. No Investment can
give yon better satisfaction.
THEIR MERE POSSESSION
BEGETS SdUND SLEEP.
Nine yeus in the business of
loaning money safely on
farms. OVE. TWO MTL
LK4 LOANED without the
loss of a DOLLAR.
We will be glad to talk to
you about YOUR MONEY.
314 Masonic Bldg.
After Sept. 1st we will be lo
cated In our new quarters
204.207. Oregon building.
OF REAL ESTATE
Monday, August 25, 1919
At 1 o'clock p. m. Sharp, Macleay, Oregon
9 7-10 acres improved farm with good house, barn,
woodhouse, chicken house, hog pen, good well, all
wire fenced; 'soil, dark loam, all under cultivation.
:T,his is a good place, located right at Macleay, close
to good school and store.
TERMS CAS H
WhUe the citizens) of Albany in
vested about $M)0 in the food products
sola bv the war department, Salem peo
pie spent only $7o. It seems that
number of Salem folks were interested
but when the fourth zone rate was fig
ured out, they decided tho homo mar
kets were good enough. On the list
furnished' every postmaster, dried
beans were quoted at 6 cent a pound
while baked beang wero cheaper, quot
ed at 4 cents for a can weighing IVi
Dance at armory tonight.
Rev. M. R. Gallaher of Hermiston,
Or., one of the visiting pastors attend-
ing tho Willamette university summer
school, will preach at Jason Lee Mem
orial church Sunday Augunt 24, both
morning and evening.
Crawford canning peaches now ready
at Louis Lachimind's ranch in Keizer
bottom 5 miles north of S-nlem. Bring
vour boxes. H. W. Bowden, foreman
Phone farm 2F3. tf
Included in the plans of Capital Post
No. 10, American Leiuon, is- a get to
gether business and soeinl meeting of
all mem-berg at a luncheon to be held
at the atate fair grounds, probably
Salein day. A meetlha of this kind was-
discussed last evening at a -session of'
the executive committee. Ofticcrs who
were recently fleeted will be installed
a the meeting to be held on the eve-1
uing of Tuesday, Sept. 2 at the Com
mercial club. Before this time an et
fort will be made to c"cure a larger
charter membership in order that the
four delegates elected to attend the
state convention in Portland Sept. 17
and 18, may be the choie.of a larger
number of returned soldier and sailors
and marines. An effort will also be
made to secure as charter members
women who by their services in the
war are entitled to become members
of the American Legion.
Rooms suitable for office or flat in
the Brewer building, corner Court and
Ubertv. Phone 1S4 or 1825.
. If you want to buy a farm or acre
age it will pay you to see or write
t'ondit. Lewis & Ransom. Aumsville,
Oregon. ; v . : -26
For the kiddies at Bishop's are
"KayneeM blouse playsuits.
Now is the time to buy prunes. The
war department is advertising for sale
1.500,593 pounds of prunes packed in
25 and 50 pound boxes. There ig no
guarantee on the prunes and the pur
chaser ru et them where stored. In
Portland there is 12,7i2 boxes of 50
noimrU each of the 40-50 sizes and also
12,703 T)oxes of the- 25 pound 4050
sizes. Those storea1 in Portland were
pa-ked bv the Salem -Fruit Union, Cal-
I ifornia, Psckinu company and one oth-
er firm. Xo bids will toe accepted for
less than 3000 pounds. . .
Alice M. GoodeD,
Administratrix of the Estate
of Arthur G. Dalrymple
Phone 510 or 511
Going to Canada
Horses, Cows Brood Sow. Hens, Fat Hogs, Hay
3 1 Grain And Machinery
Tuesday, Aug; 26, 10:30 am.
Located 3 miles south of Turner, or 3 miles north of
Marion, or 6 miles west of Aumsville, better known
as the Ellwood place, consisting of .
, I Bay Gelding, 9 years old, woight 1500 lbs., sound and 1 brown Oeld
inS 8 years old, weight 1600 lbs,, sound, an extra good team; 1 dupled
grey "mare, 6 years old, weight 18 10 lbs., sound, extra good; 1 bay nir.ve,
12 years old, weight 12O0 lbs., good driver; 1 bay mare, 7 years old,
' weight 1000 lbs., with colt at side; 1 roun mare, 5 years old, weight 1050
lbs., good driver; 1 black geldinu;, 1 year old; 2 Jersey cows, 10 years
old, fresh in spring, milking; 1 Jersey cow, 8 years old, fresh in October
milking; 2 Jersey cows, 6 years o'.il, fresh in spring, milking; 1 Jersey
cow, 5 years old, fresh in spring, milking; 1 Jersey cow, 3 years old, fresh
in spring, milking; 3 Jersey cowj, 5 years old, fresh, in Spring, milking; .
1 Chester white.brood sow, 18 mintlis old, weight 300 pounds; 3 Poland
China-and Chester white shoats, weight 175 pounds "fat"; 35 hens; 60
MACHINERY 1 6-foot Johnston Binder, nearly new; 1 10-foot
Piano self dump hay rake; 1 Thomas 12-single disk drill, nearly new;
1 18-inch, 10-blade disk harrow; 1 ' 2-section spring tooth harrow; 2
5-tooth cultivators; 1 16-inch Oliver chilled plow ; 1 12-inch Oliver chilled
plow; 1 2-section level harrow; 1 3-inch Bain wagon with double box,
complete, new; 1 3-inch Bain wa;,'on with single box, complete, like new ;
1 2-seated surrey, good shape; 1 8-foot corrugated roller, like now; 1 h&y
rack, 16 18 feet, nearly new; 1 gravel bed; 1 extra wagon box; V 150
foot new hay rope; 1 hay fork; 30 tons or better of baled cheat hay,
extra good; 400 bushels oata; 60 bushels wheat; 1600 lbs. Lady Washing
ton, extra fine, hand picked beans; -Rcre potatoes; 10 tons loose straw
in stack " wheat and oats."; 1 wheelbarrow and many other snu.ll ar
TERMS: All sums of $10.00 and under ccash. Over
that amount 1 year time will be given to parties fur
nishing approved bankable notes bearing interest at.
8 per cent per annum. "'
LUNCH SERVED ON GROUND
Geo. Redding, Owner. R. F. D. No. 3
F. N. WOODRY, The Auctioneer. Phones 510 or 511
Buy Your Summer Home At NYE BEACH
1:30 P.M. SHARP
Thursday, August 2819
Consisting of 5 2-room cottages known as the Red
Fern Cottages, one tool house,, one full-sized tent
and frame cottages all furnished throughout with
good furniture, electric lights, city water, with two
lots 100x85 1-2 feet, located on Brooks street, Nye
Beach. This property will be sold without reserve
to the highest bidder. Abstract of title to date.
TERMS:0ne Half Cash, Balance Arranged at Fpcrcect
Owner, Newport, Oregon.
Phone 510 or 511
List your farm stock, real estate or , merchandise
sales with Woodry for results, Salem, Oregon.