Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, September 08, 1919, Page PAGE NINE, Image 9

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    Sacred Heart
Academy
Under the direction of the
Sisters of the Holy Names,
Salem, Oregon, Boarding
and Day school -
lost Approved Methods
Primary, Grammar and ?
High School Departments
; Complete Courses in Harp,
Piano, Voice Culture, Violin
..... and Harmony
: Elocution "and Physical
Culture Classes .
! llodem Conveniences And
Domestic Ccniforts
Scholastic year begins -
September 8th
Address:
Sister Superior
FRED BUBYA WINS CITATION
I Mrs. M. Burva of this city received
' wire last Thursday from her son
Fred, stating . that be had landed at
' Hew York from. Fiance. He left here
;-ith Company. 1 and afterwards was
' transferred to Company D, 8th machine
1 fan battalion. He was cited for the
Tjaaroe cattle, tne citation reauuig:
''Near Larocq farm on July 15, 1918
COUNTY viw ra
TAPPO) TWICE 1H DAY
SHverton Man Gabs Reward
On Coyote And Bobcat
This Week.
The whole skin, of "one bobcat, in-i-Hid
in;; head and claws, and the entire
skin of one coyotte, also including head
and claws wore laid on the counter oi
the 'county -clerk's office yesterday by
J." H. MaulUiiiB of Silverton. He claim
ed under the bounty aet, which i was
changed by the last legislature, $4.00
for the c.ovote and 2.00- for. the, bobcat
and this amount was paid, to be charged
up to the bounty fund. : , "
In its. wisdom in changing the bounty
laws for the skins of wild animals, the
last legislature- reduced the bounty on
eovotea to 4.00 if it happens to be a
female; instead of $5.00 as formerly and
$3 00 for the skin of male coyote. ' As
Mr: Maulding wished to keep the skins
of the bobcat and coyote, ' instead of
cutting off the claws as evidence, the
ears of each were perforated.
. DuriiiL' the past ten years the bounty
laws for the skins of wild animals have
been changed from time to time and as
tho law now stands, coyote pup skin
is worth $3.00, female eoyote $4.00 and
male coyote, $3.00", bobcats of wild Vat
$2.00 mountain lions $10.00, cougar sains
$10.00 each, and wolf akins only z.ou
each. -'
- Thinner tins vear.- six coyote skins
have been presented to the county
clerk and nine bobcats.-. January v S!2.
Miles Adimson of Gcryais. brought in
one coyote'. On February 17, Henry Pet
ers of Sublimity claimed the bounty on
one co vote. F. B. Lamb of Seotts 'Mills
was paid oil March 10, $8.00 for the
skins of four bobcats. :
Carl Kheuherd of Scotts Mills receiv
ed $4.00 for two bobcat skins March 13
and on March 27,. Anton Lee brought in
the skins of four bobcats and one coyote.
Miles Adainson was paid $5.00 for the
s rider a heavy; barrage, Corp. Burya
' ihen. a iprii'vato, left his machine gun
'uinlnppmf)nt fl.nil. ranlizincr that. '. he
xaeed almost sure death, crossed tne Bounty on one iemaie w" "
.ground churned toy high, explosives to. 28, as the new law did not go into cf
i Tisit a wounded comrade. He then, re- fcct until May 29. July 16, J. E. Kia
' turned- to the machine gun emplace-'MV received the $2.00 bounty ot a bob
lent, constructed a litter out of poles t j, h. Maulding on the same
'"! blanket, returned to the wound- flate r6ceived tne bounty on a coyote
a mn,n ana, wun me ueip : and bobcat.
soldiers, carried him to
iWoodburn Independent.
HSnSNTS NEW CRUTCH 1
During the Bast ten vears, the $10.00
bounty on a mountain lion killed in
Marion county baa been. claiuied.ibut
once and that was by H. M. Keece in
Sydney. Sept. 6 A new crutch for ".1,1'.,;.,.
. ihe use of those injured in the war, I has Deen Wy "7 " S
ssiied to prevent crutch paralysis, u ! "' -
. la. been invented by two Sydney me-1 25, 1909, by E. A. Taylor. . -:
ekanic.ians. Tho new device, it is ex-1 Lynx skins on which there .is only .41
nM-toH will h minuted hv the military $2.00 bounty have been presented for
authorities. ' bounty only three times during the past
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PICTORIAL
ten years. J. M. Titze claimed the $2.00
hountv January 81. 1911. On June 24,
1915, the $2.00 for a lynx skin was paid
to J. M. Endzulis and on February 9,
1916 to C. C. Jones,
A black wolf skin was brought to the
county clerk's office on November 20,
1909, by E. A. Taylor, claiming the $5.00
bounty which ,was paid, un AiaTcn a,
1910,' two black wolves skins were
brought to the office by A. A. Richards
and he was paid fo.OO each.
A cougar kin is. worth $iu.ou 11 prooi
ia made that the animal was killed in
this county.'In 1910 bounties Wero paid
on five cougars, in iu out tnrcc cou
gar skins -were preset ted and in 191J
but. nne skin. The Vear 1913 saw but one
cougar bounty paid. in this county. But
in 191-1 bounty was paid on three cou
gars and on February 13, 1915, the
$10.00 bounty was paid to 1 . whwe.
This was the last cougar skin on which
bounty was paid.
Tn secure the bounty on wild animals
affidavit must be mado that the animal
had been killed within six montns from
date of presentation of skin, that it was,
killed in Marion county, that the cni
mnl from which the skin was taken was
not brouelit or received dead or alive
from any other county or state arid
that the said animal or animals were not
fostered in captivity prior to Kil'mg.
WOODBURN WINS :
The Woodburn baseball team played
a. ic..u vuft-s--
-tnam tin thA .local firroundff last
Sunday and won by a 3 to 2 score,
evening up the deteat tney suncrea
at the hands of this team earlier in1
the season.
The game proved to be a pitching
duel between "Snowball" Lane , and
-.inntJinnw" Orav. and honors were.
fkhnnt avpn. Reven hits bcinz eathered
by each team, and the support was al
most faultless on otn siaes. wooa-
burn Independent.
NEW STORE RESULT
OF STEADY GROWTH
.
Kafoury Bros. Move Into Lar-
ger Quarters second lime
In Four Years.
managed by Allan Kafoury recently re
turned from Franco and Theodore Con
do, a brother-in-law of Mr. Kafoury.
Both Btores are now open for busi
ness.
fiopmen Not Alarmed Over
Rams t)t rast rew Days
Hop interests are not especially
alarmed over the ruins of the pant few
days. In fact, by some, the ruin is re
garded as sort of a blessing if.it will
just stop in a day or so. In general the
picking had begun rather early this
year and it i felt that no dr.mage will
bo dono even if there is a delay of a
few days.
In the Livesley hop yards, it has been
usual 10 prepare for the customary Sep
tember rains about picking time At nil
j of the yards, thero aro houses and ac
commodations and for the pickers that
are already on the grounds, it is just a
mutter of waiting a few days without
any special great inconvenience.
The l.iveslcy employ from MOO. to
1500 pickers. This number Is llrci.dy
mostly on tho grounds, lnenn vtmis nrv
located seven miles norm witifiiuu ac
res, four miles south of Nalem with 190
acres, Orville with 30 acres and Im'e
pendeuco with 100 acres. Other hop
growers express no special' tVar ever
weather conditions, provided, of course
it clears up within three or four days.
Use The Journal Want Ads
SAVE MAIL ORDER POSTAGE.-BUYING 1 ' HOME
You See What You Buy Before Paying-Buying At Home
FIEE CAUSES SMALL LOSS
Dallas, Or., Sept. 6. A small fire at
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
th Tinmsriale nrooerty on TJglow avc
caused a small loss
that was fully covered by insurance. T
fire department responded promptly 10
tlta on 11 an A Tin d the flames extinernish-
cd in short order. A defective fine is
thought to have been the cause of the
Opening for business in Juiy; of 1915
with but a little room filled with mer
chandise, on Liberty street, the Ka
foury Bros., dry goods etore in the four
years has developed into one of the big
store of the city. Tho growth of business
N. C. Kafoury said, has made it neces
sary for the firm to movo two limes nuo
larger quarters until it now occupies 111
its new location the double front store
building formerly occupied by t ie
Spencer Hardware company.
In its new location, the K: f ury
store has a frontage of 40 feet v.ith a
f 110. with a basement for re
serve stockB under tne. cu ..o iioor
space.
Besides the main noor spuce ui
feet, balconies have been constructed
on. each-side of the store iuxou icet 111m
in the rear a balcony the width, of the
building and 20 feet' deep-. - "
- The store as it has now oecn remod
elled and refurnished, hns everything
and every facility lor iinmimig ory
goods that may be found iu the larger
city stores. This building includes spec
ial cabinets for suits, eacn caumct elec
trically lighted and moth proof.
For the convenience of its customers,
tho hn. been installed a large rest
room and within a week the drinkin;.;
fountain will be placed. One of the i'-a-
turesis in having me electric ugut rix
tures of a dull cream color to harmonize
with the enamelled work of the interior.
Mr. Kafourv also announces that
special fitting rooms have been provided
for the corset department wun expert
fitters and special room for trying on
of the garments.
The former location 01 tne jvaioury
t- will ,e occuuicd by a men's furn-
ishing-and shoe store and will bo manag
ed in conjunction witn tne dry gooas
store. The store for men's wear will be
ANIMOUNCEiVJENT
1
We wish to announce to the people of Polk and Marion counties that we
have received our first shipment of Oakland "Sensible Six" 1920 model cars.
We extend a cordial invitation to all to' come in and examine this new Oak
land model. It's a winner. - :
American Auto Company
185-197 S. Commercial St. . ; Phone 399
Salem, Ore.
blaze. . .