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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREOON. TUESDAY. APRIL 17, 1917.
SEVEN ! The Daily Capital Journal Classified Telephone and Business Directory A Quick, Handy Reference for Busy People I if r ( 4 ... MfM in ii i : THE MARKETS ; The following prices for fruit and vegetables are thM asked by the wholesaler of tho retailer, aad ot what is paid to tis producer. AU other prices are those paid the producer. Correction! are made daily. Willamette Valley News Monmouth News (Capital Journal Special Service.) ginuiug at 10.30. aNo one The price of wheat secins to slide up and down with the changes in the gen eral market and alo as to the quality of wheat. Hence the quotation of $100 and fl.Oo is rather indefinite. Asparagus and greeu peas are i-heap-er uu the wholesale market. The egg market is strong- in Portland with a 30 and 'ii cent price. It seems that the average hen does nut approve of thls'ual viewpoint ing." She was heartily applauded by the students who felt that they had received a very beneficial address. ... . , ; ail. siiu .uia. n iu- wnnn.i ..... ilouuiouta. lire., April u. , delegates to the state grange to Monmouth grange met in regular session k, nej,j at Astoria to represent the laiit Saturday. April -4. in the I. O. O ! local grange. F. hall, the topic of the day being, Last Sunday SI is Daphne Ostroni re "Good Koads." Two sessions were held (turned from Salem where she has been liiriiii tho dr.v." a morniup session be-1 attending Capital Business college for in toe aner-jme past six ninnins. Woodbarn News (Capital Journal Special Service.) Woodburn. Ore., April 17 Mi?s Olive IUski-11 and Miss Ida Sthermer spent Thursday aad Friday in Portland. Miss Marion Conklin, of Eugene, spent the wi visiting her sister, Miss Evelyn Conklin, of this city. Miss Anna Asbo spent the week end noon at 1:30. Both were open to the. The picture " Kamona' was given iuJt her neme in juncti0 City EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL Telephone Balem Electrif Co., Masonir. Temple, 127 North High Main i0o PLUMBING, STEAM FITTING AND TINNING T. M. Barr, 104 South Commercial street iajn jo. TRANSFER AND DEAYAOE Salem Truck ft Dray Co., corner State and Front streets Main Ii kind of spring- weather, resuliini? in a i were: Seuator C. I Haw ley, L L. Pat '..n: .... ... i- i :.. ........ .4 .... . t .Ka lerSOIl, UI r.u.u, T. i is prcaiucui vi ..... Pol County lair: H. Hirschberg, presi dent of the Polk County Good Koads as- 1 j falling otf of supplies.' Gnuas FOR SALE Ten acres, best of soil, growing crop, on a good road, close in. Buildings nil new and modern with water and light system in house and barn. Square Deal Realty Co. MISCELLANEOUS FLORA A. BREWSTER, M. D. Neu rologist, nervous and chronic diseas es a specialty. 35 yrs. experience with drugs, surgery and drugless methods. Examination free. 712 State St. Phone 1350. FRUITLAND NURSEKY High and Ferry Sts. Full line nursery stock. Italian prune a specialty. Nursery lo cated one wile cast of penitentiary. Address E. C, Salem, Ore. Phone 100 F21. M" a 0"t1- A- Gueffror. Ji- A., (., A. Mlibert, secretary, Crown I'rug stare, aas State street. A. O. C. W. Protection Lodge No. 2 meets every Monday evening at 8 in the Mclornack hall corner Court and Ubcrtv HT',.. L- R M"SUD' VY.J S. A, Mchadden, recorder; A. I Brown financier; B. B. Duncan, treasurer. ' SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY D. D. Keeler president; Mrs. l.oi TilUon, secretary All cases of. cruelty or neglect of dum animals should bs reputed to the secretary for Investigation, DE MOLAt COMMANDER!-, No. 5, K. T Regular conclave fourth Friday In each luumu ui b ociock p. m., in Masouic Temple. Sojourning Sir Knights are courteously Invited to meet with us. men v. Mies, E. C. ; n, 11. Tliielsen, recorder. Wheat Oats, new Barley, tun ... Bran Shorts, per ton Hay, cheat Hay, vetch Hay, clover CHIROPRACTIC-SPINOLOGIST DR. O. L. SCOTT Graduate of Chiro practic's Fountain Head, Davenport, Iowa. If you have tried everything and got no relief, try Chiropractic spinal adjustments and get well. Of fice 406-1-8 U. S. National Bank luiilding Phone Main 67. Residence, Main 828-R. UNDERTAKERS WEBB ft CLOUOH CO. C. B. Webb, A. M. Ckugh morticians and funeral directors. Latest modern methods known to the profession employed. 4:19 Court St. Main 120, Main 8883. H1GDON-EICHARDSON CO. Funeral directors and undertakers, 252 North High street. Day and night phone 1S3. SCAVANGER BALEM SCAVENGER Charles Soos, proprietor. Garbage and refuse of al! kinds removed on monthly contract! at reasonable rates. Yard and cess pools cleaned. Office phone Mail 247. Eesidence. Main 2272. MONEY TO LOANj ON Good Real Estate Security THOS. K. FORD Over Ladd & Bush bank, Salem, Oregon MONEY TO LOAN Eastern Money at Lowest Rates, on approved Security. Homer H. Smith, Room 5, McCornack Bldg., Salem, Or. INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATB CHAS. B. HODGKIN General Insur ance, Surety Bonds, real estate and "rentals. Hubbard bid. Phone 3R6. tf SALEM COUNCIL Ka 2022Knlghts and i.nuu-s oi necumy aieets every 2nd and 4tU Wednesday each month at Hurst Hall. Visiting members are Invited to attend. E. K Walton, financier, 4S0 S. 14th Street. rACIFJC LODGE NO. 60, A. F. & A. M, auurii cuuiinuuicauong tnira rrluar In each month at 7 :!IO p. m. In the Mnsonlc Temple. W. If. Dancy, W. M, ; Krnest H. Choate, secretary. ' 3S40 40 ...40 12 12(ul3 H(ul2 Butter Butterfat 44c Creamery butter, per pound 4dc Country butter 3032c Eggs and Poultry Eggs, trade 30e Eggs, cash , 28c Hens, pound 18e Hens, dressed, pound 2Cc Pork, Vel ana Mutton Pork, on foot 13al3 l-4c Pork, dressed , 1617e Veal, according to qualitv .. 8(512 l-2c steers . Cows Bulls Ewes , Lambs Wethers . Figs and Dates Black figs 10c Golden dates '. 15e Dromedary dates $3.75 Vegetables Cabbage 5c String garlic 710c rotatoes, per 100 lbs $3(u 3.!;a Carrots and beets $1.25 Green onions ,, - , 40c Artichokes ..... . $1 Lettuce, California, crate $3 Onions 12 l-2c Celery $1.20 Turnips . $2.25 Rhubard, box $1.75 California radishes 30c Cuban tomatoes $4 Asparagus T. 10c public. A nu-nber of men prominent in) the normal enapel on trictay evening tho fight to secure the road measure i On account of the popularity oi tne pic were present and each discussed theiture the picture show building was too topic thorougl.ly from his own individ-! unall to accommodate all those desiring 1 ne principal speHKerwro see me uruuuv.uuu. ilr. and Mrs. v. j. junier ana oaugn ter, Elma, spent several days of the past week visitiug relatives in Grants Pass. Mrs. Margaret A. Towell, of Hills boro, is visiting with her sister-in-law, Mrs.- L, J. Powell, or this place. $1.60G1.G5; sociation. OtbeTS who also spoke on the 60rTL(i4c ' urogram were: Mr. Benjamin Worsley, of Astoria ; Mr- uaroer, oi xiougmas county, wud two prominent local men, Mr. J. H. Aekeruiaa, president of the Oregon Normal school, and Mr. Thomas U. Uentte, wno spoao very xavoraoiy oi the bill. In fuut there seemed to be no opposition whatever 10 the bill. Prac tically all of the afternoon was spent n discussion of the topic, the only two number of entertainment being a read ing bv Mr.E K. Ostrom and a vocal solo by Mr.'Harold Haley. One feature of the meeting was a collection taken for the benefit of Company L, Dallas, Oregon. With part of the money, a case of butter was purchased, the remainder sent as cash. All those present at. the meeting declares it to have been most interesting and profitable. 68c 4i( Gc 4(5c 6c 11c 79cJ WOODMEN OP THE WORLD Meet every Friday night at H o'clock In Derby bldg., Court and Ulgb Sta. A. J. Sweinlnk, C. C ; L. S. Geer, clerk, 5U7 Court street. Phone C03. H. N. A. "Oregon Grape Camp" No. 1300, meet every Thursday evening in Derby and Lnfky building. Court and High streets; Mrs. Sylvia Scluiiipp, 1071 Market, oracle; Mrs. Melissa Per sons, recorder, jawo .North Commercial. Phone 1430M. Mrs. Fred Olson is back from Vancou- Mr. L. C MeShane and Mr. M. B. Keeter, of Hubbard; Mr. Henry Bents, of Aurora, and J. K- Linn, ofSalem, at tended the good roads meeting here Tuesday. A large crowd attended the lecture given by L. G. McDonald in the opera souse Thursday evening. He has beea four years behind the prison walls and made a good talk and showed some pic tures. Manv more have enlisted in Company I, making it nearly up to full war ver, where she has been visiting her son, I trenEtj, 159, Harold, who is enlisted in i ompan 1.. Mws Emm, ScUleget is visiting at the - Girls Form Honor Guard. During the past week Monmouth girls have mado known their patriotism by organizing a National Honor Guard. The organization was formed in the normal chapel wita a membership oi nearly 200 girls, the majority of them beiuir students in the normal school. Two classes were formed to take up the work, one for the purpose of giving instruction, in first aid work and the other in the care and repair of automo biles. EaeU class will meet every (Sat urday for two hours and each member is required to become proficient in sonic one thing which, does not hinder any individual from taking up botn oranenes of instruction if they so desire, which manv of tlicui take advantage of. Out of the 43 boys who were enrolled TRAVELERS' GUIDE OREGON ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO. North BllL'ND Lv Salem Train No. Ar Portland 4 :33 a m 2 Owl 6 :5u a m 7:15 11 m 0 0 :2S a ni 0:45 a m .... 10 Limited ... lli.'IS a m 11 :20 a m 12 1:3; p 1, 1 :3U p ui 14 4 :00 p m 4 :(io p m .... 10 Limited . . . . 0 :50 p m 5:30 p m 20 7:111 p m 7 :5a p m 22 10 :U0 p m 8UCTI1 BOU.NU rOKTI.A.ND TO SAI.Kil Lv Portland 6 :30 a m Salem 8 :U5 Eugene 10 :65 a m Spinach Broccoli Cucumbers . , 0 reen Teas Apples .6c $1.73 $1.231.50 8c Fruits ..... 60c(5 Oranges, navels $3.23(u?3.30 Blood oranges .................. .$1.25 Lemons, per bos $3.754.00 Bunanas, pound C.c California grape fruit $3,50 Florida grape fruit $5.506.50 Pineapple . . .. . 8c Honey $325 Cocoanuts $1.15 Retail Prices Creamery butter 50c Country butter 40c Eggs, dozen 35c Sugar, enuc $9.43 Sugar, beet ...-. $9.20 Flour, hard wheat $2.73Ci2.85 Flour, vnllev f 2.40 A party of Monmouth young people went out to the Dobell home Monday ev ening, where a most enjoyable time was spent. Mrs. E. R. Oatrom and daughter, Daphne, went to Portland last Wednes day and from there went out to Camp Withj-conibe at Clackamas, where they visited Humner W. Ostrom, who is en listed as electrician's sergeant in Com pany A of the Coast Artillery. They were shown through the buildings where government stores, including large sup plies of ammunition are Kept, me nve toast artiulery boys who are guarding this ammunition at .Clackamas are ex-1 pectiug to be called away in a short time, perhaps to the Hawaiian Islands. The visitors reported the trip to be a most interesting and enjoyable one. On Thursday morning Mrs. Ostrom left Portland for Flavel at the mouth of the Columbia river where she left by steam er on the Northern Pacific for San Pedro, Cal., to make an extended visit with her -sister, at Long Bench Rev. Klkins, of the local ChriHtian church, who is chaplain of tho Coast Artillery corps, has recently been grant ed a leave of absence . The pulpit will be filled bv President Sanderson and Vice-President Haven, of the Eugene Bible university. Misg Beatriee Fierce, who has been attending Washington high school in Portland all winter, has recently return ed to Monmouth high where she will home of her sister in Banks, Mr. and Mrs. George Bonner spent Sunday with their son, Hartley Bonney, at Monitor. Mis9 Ruth Hcistad attended the Mon day night dancing club social in ISalem this week. J. R. Richards made a business trip to Salem Monday. Mrs. Roy Smith, who has been visit ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Fiknn. left fox her home in Blalock Friday. Mr. Earl Waller, of Portland, was a week-end guest at the Hicks home. Mrs. I. V. McAdoo and son, Fernian, visited Mrs. F. W. Haskell Hatnrday. Mr. Gilbert Cole, of Portland, spent the week-end with his mother, Mrs. Mvrtlo Cole. Tho senior eiusj 01 tne vvoooDurn high school will put on the "New Co ed some time the first of May. Miss Verna Lamb, of Donald, was shopping in town Saturday and visited Miss Ida Hendricks. Mr. and Mrs. N. Barrick, of Meeker county, Minnesota, are guests at the home of J. A. Austin, Mr. Barrick's Bogard spent last week with hiB parents. He is a student of the Oregon .Agricultural college. Oscar Olson, Willamette stuaenr, in the stnte normal school, eight have already enlisted. Two others who tried finish her credits for this . semester's to enlist were rejected because of some . work. physical disability. One more from the Yes COTTOLENE does make delicious biscuits. Yes The fl avor does compare well with biscuits made with butter. Yes COTTOLENE biscuits do brown nicclv. Yes COTTOLENE does make s crisper crust. Yes COTTOLENE does cost much less than butter. Yes You do use one-third less shortening when you use COTTOLENE. Yes It does cream better when mixing the dough. Yes COTTOLENE is whole some. Yes COTTOLENE docs make delicious cake too. And of " course you know it is fine for frying. imoiimnitmimmitmimitinm,''wi!ii''i!'nmii UuiUIIUUIUUUIUiUUlillUliHHIUllHMHiMIUIIIWIItlltlllMttNIUUl Haisol Fuestman, Mrs. A. L- Sundborg, Mrs. H. B. Hoffman and Mrs. Ida 8. Baker. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. H. B. Curtis on April 2(5. Tha publio auction at the Crescent Stock farm was well attended. At pna time there wero 11 motor ears (mostly Ford) lined up along the road and tho place was literally swarming with peo ple and teams. There were numerous bargains but some things sold for all they were worth- Eighty cents a bu-shel ,inalv d fffwu) nrice for oats. Cowa spent the week-end at home with his werv itt demand. A grade Jersey said normal is uluunine to enlist soon, mak' insr a total of 11 who would readily defend their country at first call. Those Five prominent men of this city trav eled over the rough highway of the sec ond degree of the Odd Fellows last Mon day night and emerged sately into tne enlisted in Company L are: Birchard order. The five were N. A. Baker, Frank POKTLAKD MARKET STOVE REPAIRING STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED 50 years experience. Depot National and American fence Sizes 26 to 58 in. high. Paints, oil and varnish, etc. Loganberry and hop hooks. Soleni Fence and Stove Works, S5t fourt stTeet. Phone 124. 8:30 a m 10 :43 a m . 2 :Uj p m . . 4:40 p m .. 0:0.1 p m . 0:20 p m . 11 :45 p m Lv Corvnllls 4:10 p m . Lv Eugene 7 :. am.. 1 :"i5 p m . . 0 :2. p m OSTEOPATH DR3. B. H. WHITE and R. W. WAL TON Osteopathic physicians and naive specialists. Graduate of Amer ican school of Osteopathy, Kirksville, Mo. Post graduate and specialized is nerve diseases at Los Angeles college Treat acute and chronic diseases Consultation free. Lady attendant Office 505-506 U. S. National Bani building. Phone 859. Residence, 34( North Capital street. Phone 4fifl WATER COMPANY SALEM WATER COMPANY Offic corner Commercial and Trade street! Bills payable monthly in advance. LODGE DIRECTOR? alODREX WOODMEN OP AMEIIICA Ore eon fvdiir rimti Nit. r,4il. meets everv Ihursdiiy evening at 8 o'clock In Derby ouimine. corner t'ourt and liign wreeis. J. F. Day, V. (.'. ; J. A, Wright, Clerk, SALEM LODGE No. 4. A. F. A. M, Stated communiciiMnns first Friday In each month nt 7 :3 p. m. in the Masonic lempie. Fred A. Mcliitire, vt. i. 8. Z. Sulver, secretary. CENTRAL T.ODOE. NO. 18. K. of I. Derby building, every TuinJny evening oc eacn weeK at 7 :.tu. i.oyu 1.' mguuu. C. C. ; W B. Ollson, Ivof It and 14, UNITED No. 84. ARTISANS Cnpltal Assembly meets every Thursday at 8 p. S Limited 7 .... . . 13 Limited . .. 17 Local . 1!) .... ... 21 Owl .. NUKTlI BuC.SD ..... 20 .... . . 10 Limited . . . 10 Limited . 12:00 p m 2 Owl ... SOUTH BOLXO .10:11 a m . .12 :u5 p ni ..4:15pm . . 6:40 p m , . 8:10 p m ..11:20 p m . . 1 :5j p m Ar Salem . . 0 :S0 p in Ar Salem . . 9 :43 a m . . 4 :00 p m . . 7 :55 p m . . 4 :33 a m Lv Ralom 1 :uo a m 10:15 a m Lv Salem :oo p m Lv Sal em 4:15 p 11 Lv Salem 0:45 pm Lv Corvnllls 8:25 a m . 12:12 p m . 2:41 p m . 1:10 pm . 6:18 p in . Lv Salem in :15 am., 4:15 n in . 12:53 p m 0:40 p m Ar Eugene . 21 Owl 0:50 a m 5 Limited .... 12:25 p m Ar Albany ....7 1 :50 p m Stops at Corvulls Ar Altiauv .... 9 0:10 p m Ar Albany 7 :S3 a m Ar Eugene 13 8:50 o in CUKVALI.IS CONNECTION NOB III BOU.NU Portland, Or., April l". Wheat. Club $2.03 Red Russian $2.00 Blupstem $2.08 Forty fold $2.00 Barley, feed $18.50 Oats, Xo. 1 white feed $4S.2o Hoys, best live $15.;ij Prime steers $10.25 Fancy cows $S.7g Calves $10 Spring lambs $13 Butter, city creamery 44(S4."e Eggs, selected local ex. 33(ii34c Hens 21c Broiler STySOc Geese 12'-!i3c 10 14 10 20 801'Tll liOU.SU 5 0 7 13 Ar Salem 0:45 a m 1 :45 p m 4 :00 p m 5 ::i0 p m 1 :5j Livestock Market Portlaud, Or., April 17. Cattle re ceipts 20. Market strong- Heavy steers $9.90(0, 10.20; light steers $U.u0fu H.O.t cows I8.50ftt8.75; heifers $S.25fo9; calves $710. Hog receipts 200. Market strong. Heavv $15.2315.33; light $15.10fa 15.25. Sheep receipts 405; market firm: best east of mountain lambs $11.25: valley lambs $11()1M3; wethers $10: ewes $!; spring lambs $15. Van Loan, Edwin Brown, Stanley Evans. Chnd JNewnouse, uougias rams, vyrii Richardson and Carlton Shauks. Clar ence Soderstrom has joined the coast artillery. . Last Tuesday the city council of Mon mouth held a short business session for a discussion of asking for bids to con tinue the paving of streets in Mon mouth. Thcro is much agitation of late for the paving of Monmouth avenue, but as this improvement will be much more expensive than the paving of Main street, it will no doubt be some little time before this is nccompiisnea. On acttouut of the war situation the students of the Oregon Normal school have voted to abandon for this year their annual Muv day festivities and to substitute a patriotic- program to be held publicly on April 19. It is thought that the citizens of Monmouth will join with the normnl students in celebrating this patriotic day in the most appropri ate manner 01 tne occasion, iwo pro grams are being planned for the day, both entirely separate. Ouo will be pre sented by the normal students in chapel next TUursdr-y forenoon and one by the publio at large in the afternoon out of doors near the band stand. Attorney General Brown will bo in Monmouth that day and has consented to address both gatherings. The normal students who recently pre sented to the public "The Flower Shop," are planning to give the same production in one of the Dallas theatres on next Friday night. The "Golden Rule" class o'f the local Christian church had a very pleasant meeting at the home ot Mrs. a. ii. Swenson Tuesday afternoon. Rev. Simpson, of Salem, is now con ducting revival meetings in the Evan gelical church. Miss Hosa B. Parrot represented the normal faculty in chapel last Friday morning, her topic being "Some of the Lessons I Have Gleamed From liead- Moreland, Joe Clark, Oscar Zooli and E. E. Hiltibrand. .Miss Rosa Smith, of Vernon high school in Portland, spent her Easter holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Smith "My poor lady's foot is again beautiful" What a joy and comfort to be able to wear those nice, tew shoes without one wee bit Her fet ( pain, A trim, neat foot is a uiwd to look joy forever an aching, suffer k ;ig foot is an abomination, Vhy continue to suSior foot like this, but h now wara mall shoe i 1 i ortures and the discomfort of u.-. ;u j.l-ahapen shoes when "Bunion out pajn or Comfort" is gr.ia.rant cod to give d i t f i glaring you bunion. Instant Bunion Relief : and permanent cure. Over 72.000 cases cured !HSt year it really works wonders. "Bunion Comfort" instantly stops all inflummation and 'radualiy reduces the minion, layer after layer, without any pain until, lo and behold, your bunion as disappeared. Huy a box today use two , latter free and if you are not satisfied, we will ' ive vou back yc.ur mono'. "Bunion Comfort" as worked wonders for others they can serve oa too they coat more than chenp pads and hut thfv'm worth manv dollars to vu for the real comfort they bring, Rl7 J. C. Perry's Drug store, 115 S. Com'l. Liberty News Notes narents. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Olson lJtwiRlit Parr, wno is worKing at uro gon City, came home .Saturday night. A large crowd attended the dance in the armory Saturday night. Mrs. Geo. Lindahl and little son, of Monitor, wero week end quests at the home of her mother, Mrs. S. A. Kemp. Mr. and Mrs. Skiller, of Monitor, visited Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Hendricks Saturday. Mrs. Harry Price, of Dallas, is a pest at the homo of her mother, Mrs. Esson. Lynn Parr, an Oregon university stu dent, is spending his spring vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs- V. A. Pair, of this city. Ursul Woller, of Huonara, attended the dance in the armory Saturday even ing. Mrs. B. B. Henry, of Nebraska, is a guest at the home of her sister, Mrs. Walter Johuson. Mr. Verne Hoskins, of Donald, was 111 town Saturday. Mr. Hicks made a business trip to Silverton Thursday. Miss Iva teller spent the latter pan o'f last week in Portland. Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Mnhoney, of Fairfield, were Woodburn visitors Mon day. Miss Estella Moshberger spent last week-end with relatives in Mt. Angel, Hausm-Gkkk Link No. 73 Arrives at Snlem No. 7(! Leaves Salem No. 75 Ar. Salem (mired) .. No. 74 Leave Snlem No connection south of Geer, Sai.bm, Fau.s Citi and Westeiim No. lul Lv. Salem, motor 7:oo a m No. 3 Lv. Salem, motor 0 .45 a m No. ICS Lv. Salem for Multnomah and Affile 1 :40 p m No. 167 Lv. Salem, motor ....4:00 p m Xo. l(i! Lv. Snlem, motor 6:15 p a Vn a:!9 Wav I-r't IV. Salem 0 :io a m No. 102 Ar. Salem No. 14 Ar. Snlem No. 100 Ar. Salem ........ No. 16S Ar. Salem No. 170 Ar. Salem Na. 240 Way Pr't ar. Salem Oils Up Pive Cents Pittsburg, Pa., April 17. All Peiiu- p ni'sylvania oils advaseed five cents today lO new nig" jMieea. ljtl.eat yuuiunun.-i Ar Corvnllls ' were: . . .11 MJ a III i T,al,.i M in. "Vf.wer Ttlnek. ,.. 5:tt p m r" .:.. io i. 'i.n n. ,., 3:00 p m erset $2.20; Kagland $1.00, FARMERS PRODUCE CO. ft I O f 5 .0 :15 a m . !) :r0 a in .2:00 p m . 3 :05 u m . 8 :30 a m . .11 :10 a m . . .3 :15 p m . . . :Ot p m . . .7 :45 p m . . ,'i :.' p m WILLAMETTE RIVER ItOCTE. Oreyon City Truntporlatio CompanH noma lonvo Kiilciii tur Portland Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 1 r . on. : and We can use several hundred sacks of parsnips, carrots, beets and rutabaga. If you have any call Us. Hides 13c to 22c nens 18c 160 S. Hign Phone 10 INVESTIGATE EXPLOSION Chicago, April 10. Federal author ities are investigating an explosion which Into today probably fatally in- Saturday moraine, j jurcd a half dozen employes of the I.ii; t a m m. For Corvallls the boats leave I perial Brass k Foundry, company, and Salem Tuesday, rnursuay mm ( slightly injured scores ot others. Jiore evenings at 8 o'clock. Boats leave Port land tar Naifm nt t, t-nm ...... Why tho Journal Is popular- It prints the world's news to- day while it's news. than 1,000 girls employed in the works were imperiled by the fire that follow ed. Au apartment house adjoining the factory was badly damaged. Three men and ttvo women were taken to the hos pital and others may be iu the wrecked portion of the building. Early Vegetables and v-i flowers should" be startej now. Plant Morse's Grand Prize Carrots, Cabbage, Onions. Beets, Ft . Spinach and Turnipi. AUo Mor' Sweet Paw and Panain. All are (elected Calif ornictSeeds Don't tale acedi that arc "juit at good. piorK v. Oa Sal ny all LeadlBtf Dealers II JUT iUr io o nr MorM'a Sm4. wmi 4irt tor ur catmlofu rr. Your arcV will ka f remftly atuaatd to. c. a morse a co. Seedsmen Saa Francisco (Capital Journal (Special Service.) Liberty, Ore., April 17. The Ladies' Aid society met with Mrs. E. K. Roberts Thursday afternoon. There was a large attendance and a very pleasant atter noon was spent. Mrs. Bertha Dorman has been visit inir with relatives and friends. Mrs. Doiman is a daughter of Mr. Weaver and spent her girlhood ut Liberty. Her home is now at falls city. Mrs. Hugar . entertained company from Eugene Saturday niijlit. Mr. and Mrs. Ova- Klein have re turned to their home in Haicin and Mrs. j Cleveland expects to move to the ranch to spend the summer. Little Hillv Kickabauyh is reported uitc ill with measles. tleo. Elgin's new Maxwell caused quite a commotion on the Pacific high way Sunday when passing Mr. Bates with, three horses. The horses pulled Mr. Bates liora the buggy and injur ed his knee very badly, although no bones were biokcn. Two of the horses were colts which accounts for their be- inc afraid of a Maxwell. Mr. W. V estenhouso decided a roru, neither a team of mules could success fully do his tarm work, so purchased a fine span of horses Saturday and will soon be ready to begin steady work on tho road. Several of the ladies from Liberty have been attending Dr. Elliott's lec tures on health and found them inter esting and beneficial. If we should fol low his instructions it would help to solve the hiirh cost of living in a very niBterial way for some of us. Why don't Liberty get busy for a high school? Thcr will be one around here some place and why not at Liner tv! Mr. E. D. Gibson and Mr. McDonald were around contracting loganberries for the conuns season. Mr. Gibson ex pects to run his dryer. The berries will be contracted through tne union Mr. Dorouclity expects to plant an acre of beans this season. If a few more of the neighbors would do likewise we could get a bean thrasher to visit Liberty next fall. The " Heady to rervc' ruminy sc.nooi class will hold its regular monthly meeting at the Weaver home Saturday evening, April 21. Every member is re quested to lie present bb tnere is some very important business to be transact ed. Quite a large number of the younger set went. to Salem Heights Friday ev ening to attend the dunce at the hall. They are private dances and a merry time is always assured. Mr. Frickey has secured a piano for the Liberty hall and next Thursday night will be the next dance. Clarence Holder will soon leave for Alaska wher his brother is working in a mine. Clarence bus a good job await ing him as janitor in a large building. It is reported that a sawmill will soon be in operation a short distance south of Liberty. It is the mill that was previously operated on Puddin riv er. Mr. T. C. Chestnut sold one of his horses last week. ' far nea.rlv a hundred dollars. L. A. Routenberg has gone to Pull man, Wash., with G. O. Swales. At tho Marchand homo Thursday ev ening, April 0, there was a surprise party on Koy. A fine time was had with cards and muie. Piano, violin and accordion were tho instruments played. A mon those Dresent were: Mr. and Mrs. Harleigh King and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. L, Creech, Mr. and Mrs. A, L. Sehultz, John, Henry and Walter Hain, Henry and George Bahnsen, Wal ter and Albert "Vanderbeek, Frank Kuu eiter, Ed Schulz and Mike Battabon. Mr. and Airs. A. K. Davis and family have moved to fcialem. This makes the third family to leave hero during tho past two weeks- Unusual interest was taken in tho special school meeting held last Thurs day evening. There were 10 voters present, two of them being patrons- (t tho school. A. L. Schulz was chosen, clerk to fill the vacancy caused by O. p. Swales leaving tho district. Mr. Scbula did not have a. walkover, however. There were five votca.for E. B..Mattea and the same number for A. L. Hcnuiz. Mr. Schulz then drew the long straw and won the office. The Industrial club had a party; nt tho Zak home Friday evening, April . The evening was quite stormy aud not all of the members were present but those who were there had a fine thus with games. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Baker have moved from Corvnllis to Claxtar. Ed Schulz and A. L. Schulz visited the cheese factory at Switzerland yes terday. This factory is larger than the one on the Garden road. They ex pect to run two vats in a short tune. .... Itn l. - .. 41... v.na t mere are ou nogs i" i" " factory. So it seems that it is a porn factory as well as a cheese factory. Bethel Notes "Come on Over, See MyCorn Fall Off! 'I Put 2 Drops of 'Gets It on Last Night Now Watch " "See all vou have to do is to use your two fingers and lift the eom right off. That's the way "Gets-It' always works. You just put on about 2 drop. Then the. eom not only shrivel, .ut loosens from tho toe, without af fecting the surrounding flesh in th (Capital Journal Special Service.) Bethel, Ore., April lti. Mrs. H. B. Hoffman and Mrs. Ida S. Bilker joined in entertaining the Bethel Thimblo club on April 12. The time was passed with fancy work. Each guest was asked to tell some funny story while purtaking of the lunch as laughter causes one to eat slower and thus helps digestion. One of the features of the meeting was (the baby picture contest- It had been announced ar ine lasi niemuK there would be a contest and each guest was asked to bring her baby picture. Ten guests brought pictures. One brought the picture of a grandchild since she had none of her own. Anoth er brought a baby picture of her child. Three of the guests guessed all of the pictures correctly so tnere must nave been ouite a resemblance. in the case o'f the child and of th.r grandcniid. 'ine three who guessed correctly cast lot to see which should have first prize. Mrs. Rautenburg wag awarded first prize and Mrs. Curtin second. Mrs. Ida S. Baker read, "If All Who Hate Would Love lis. " The verses were clipped from the Capital Journal of March 29. Those present were Mrs. H. E. Curtis, Mrs. E. E. Matten. Mrs. Lena Lauderback Mrs. J. E. Kirkpatrick, Mrs. C. M. Bob- "That Wu a Quick Funeral TlaM Corm Had With Ut-jtV least. Why, it's almost a pleasure to have corns and see how 'Gets-It' gets them off in a hurry and without ths least pain, I can wear tight shoes, dnne and walk as though 1 never hud eorns. "Gets-It" makes the use of too- irritating salves, bundling bandages. tape, plasters and other tnings nos only foolish, but unnecessary. I so this wonderful discovery, "Gcfs-It", for any soft or hard corn or callus. It is the new, simple, easy, quits, ), and it never fails. You'll never have to cut a corn again with knives or scissors, aud run chances of blood pois on. Try "Gets-It" tonight. "Gets-It" is sold everywhere, 2"e a bottle, or sent on Teceipt of price by E. Lawrence & Co., Chicago, Hi. 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