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t THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1919.
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FOR SALE Good ''young goat meat
V to Sc lb., by half or whole goat.
Prices- Meat Market, 326 North
Commercial St. 64
FOR RENT 2 furnished housekeep
ing rooms. 2(ii; S. Church. 1'hone
1413. s Sli5
WANTED Girl for' house work for
.-small family. Phone 2135J. 285
WANTED Girl to assist with light
housework and help care for 2-year
old child. Phone 1014. it;6
WANTED Fresh dairy cows; will
pay $100 for cows shiner 32 lbs.
of milk testing 4 per cent, or $125
for cows giving 40 lbs. of milk test
ing 4 per cent. All cows must be
young and sound. Call Fred W. Dur
BOSTON Marrow squash, fine to can.
the cheapest vegetable. 50 lbs. for
60c. Phone 494. 264
APPLES for winter, 5 boxes for
$4.25 delivered. Choice of 4 vari
eties. Ward K. Richardson. Fhone
CABBAGE for kraut, solid - heads,
$2,50 per hundred lbs., delivered.
Ward K. Richardson. Phone 494.
"VNION SHOP" barber shop. Best of
service. Children's work a special
ty. Woodfin's shop, where the cars
turn.. 264 State. 264
- Fl'RNISHED rooms close in, ; most
desirable location; reasonable rates
495 N. Com'l St. Phone 1446. 269
FOR SALE Seven room house, two
lots and barn. Modern except furn
ace. Corner location on paved
streets. Terms. Phone 122 between
8 and 11 a. m. "64
LOST Thursday on street, Crescent
filler fountain pen. Finder leave at
this office. Reward, 2G4
FOR SALE Or, exchange for other
grains, recleaned cheat seed. Wal
ter L. Fuller, Brooks, Or. Phone
WANTED To buy, If you hare good
secondhand clothes I'll pav a good
price for same. Men's suits' from $5
to $20, ladies suits range from $3
to $15. Ladies and mens overcoats
from $5 to $15, and I also buy all
Kinds of house dresses, childrens
clothes, shoes, of all kinds. Ladies
roods are shipped to Seattle and I
have ladies goods of all kinds ship
ped In from out of town. You had
w better call 675 or the $2 for $1
Store, 279 N. Com. if you want
good price fOr'goods. ' '"-'"' 289
FOR SALE tlood 7 room house,
ready to move in. Call at 1213 Cen
ter, St, " 269
BIG BARGAIN 65 acre farm, 1-2
mile to R. R. station, on good grav
el road, soil the best, nearly all in
cultivation, one acre fine orchard,
good farm buildings worth $3600;
all stock, feed and farm imple
ments worth at least $1600, goes
"with this place. The owner must
sell as- he is going to California
soon. This property should sell for
$10,000 but under the present cir
cumstances can be'boueht for onlv
$8600. Terms, $3500 cash, balance
souu nve years at 6 per cent in
terest. See Elsworth Pickell, 'Sol
Masonic Temple, Salem, Or. 265
FOR SALE Or will consider farm
or Salem residence property in
trade: Two story frame business
building twenty miles from Port
land, profitable business, excellent
location, first class apartments on
second story, nt a bargain. Write
2-X care Capital Journal. 265
FOR SALE Registered yearling
guernsey Dun of imported cow; al
so 2-year old registered Cotswald
buck. Rt. 2, box 32, Stayton, Or. 269
iORESSMAKING at 467 L'nion street.
F ANTED Experienced saleslady for
dress goods, domestics, etc. Please
don't apply unless you feel your
self thoroughly competent. Gale &
WANTED Experienced man for
? shoes, window trimming and gen
eral Btore work. Gale & Co. 266
CALIFORNIA for Oregon, residence
m Oakland, value $5500, encum
brance $2000, will trade equitv or
Pay mortgage and trade clear for
Willamette valley. What have vou.
Call or write 725 S. Commercial
street, Salem, or telephone 1610.
FOR SALE- Wilson strawberry
plants 50c hundred. Call afternoons
at 995 N. 20h St. 265
WANTED Woman to help take care
of children. Call at 320 N. Com'l.
Phone 305. - 266
FOR SALE Modern six room house
(except furnace) at 1244 Waller
St. $3000, $1000 cash, balance
terma Roth Grocerr Co.
Oleson's Auto Exchange
$49 N. COM. T. M. C. A. BLOCK
Buys, sells and exchanges used cars
Light Studebaker, electric- lights,
six good tires, $275
1919 Chevrolet, almost new; shock
absorbers. S tires, $760.
6 Studebaker- ii00 to $1300
I rord truck, fine condition, $625
AUTOS TO HIRE WITHOUT
Many other good buys.
We sell oils, grease, gasoline, used
auto parts, tires and accessories.
SALEM ELECTRIC CO.. Masonic
-lempie. 12, North High. Fhone
Salem Scavanger Garbage and re
fuse of all kinds removed on month
ly contracts at reasonable rates.
Cess pools cleaned. Dead animals
removed. Office phone Main 167. ,
v . For Sale.
FOR SALE Fresh milch cows, three
Mocks from end of 12th St. carline
C. L. Davidson. 264
FOR SALK 15 h. p. Zimmerman
Wells holler, complete with stack.
E. O. Cross & Son.
FOR SALE Good farm team, six and
eight years old, 1400 lbs. Phone
9F1I. i ' 207
FOR SALE S weeks old pigs, 1 reg
istered Berkshire boar, 7 month old.
Phone 3SF5. 264
FOR SALE Wilson strawberry
plants 70c a hundred. Phone K6F5.
FOR SALE Cheat seed. Phone 80F
FOR SALE New Rued gas heater
with fittings. Telephone 2016J. 264
WANTED 'Job -driving trunk or auto
mechanic. Phone 73F14. 265
FOR SALE S room house, 12 39
Broadway. Phone 2057R. 264
FOR SALE Conk stove in A-l con
dition. 1720 Chemeketa St. .278
BEAUTIFUL WirtI tints 10s pound
and up. Max O. Buren, Com. St.
FOR SALE 7 room modern house,
good location. $2500. F. L. Wood,
Bayne bldg, . . 2-lt
FOR SALE-Milch cows, Ilolsteln &
Durham, large milkers. Phone 34
F2 evenings. . ' 265
FOR SALE Baled wheat and oat
hay mixed, also clover hay. Phone
35F24. --..' 264
FOR RENT Good farm close to Sa-
lem, stocic and Implements for sale.
F. L. W6od, Bayne bldg. 271
FARMS FOR SALE A few bargains
in dairy rarms. write to H. C. Por
ter, Aumsville, Marion Co., Or. 264
WE have a very fine piano for sale
nt a bargain price and terms. The
Wiley B. Allen Co., 519 Court St.
FOR SALE-28 acres extra good berry
lanu, gooa house, barn, family or
chard. What have you to offer for
my equity in "trade or cash? Call
phone 39 3W from 6 to 9 a. m. or
6 to 9 p. m. up to Friday noon. 264
FOR SALE Ten room double house
on state Su five rooms to a side.
Modern with furnace heat. Large
lot with fruit trees, cherries, apples
nnd pears. Owner moving to Cali
fornia will sell cheap. Inquire 565
N. Cottage St. Phone 1901. 265
FOR , SALE Some fine pure bred
Duroc Jersey pigs for breeding pur
poses; both male and female. Ad
dress Turner, Or. Rt. 2, box 15. 265
FOR SALE A bargain 2 1-4- ton
Bethlehem truck with body com
plete, good as new, driven about
2000 miles, $1700, terms. See Snlem
' Velle company, 162 N. Com'l. 267
FOR SALE One Jersey cow fresh,
ami one Jersey tnat will be iresh
In middle of November. Pearl
Wood, on Cheniawa and Silverton
FOR SALE 18 acres five miles east
or niem, on graveled road, all
cleared, woven wire fenced. Good
well. Small house, barn; 8 acres
seeded to clover. Phone 67F5. 267
FOR SALE l'grey horse, 12 years
oiu, weignt iuuu ids, price $50; 1
bay horse, 8 years old, weight 1,
600 lbs, price $76; both good farm
horses In good condition. Claude H.
Stevenson. Rt. 3, box 175, Salem.
Phone 36F16. 267
FOR SALE By owner, one of Sa
lem's nicest homes, nine rooms, ev
ery modern convenience. Choice lo
cation, first class condition. Can be
seen by appointment. Phone 36.
FOR RENT Garage, 478 N. Cottage.
FOR RENT Office rooms, light apd
Clean, wen located. Call at Salem
Studio, S84 State St. upstairs. 264
FOR RENT Nice sleeping room. In
quire 1096 S. Com'l or phone 807M
FOR RENT 4 room cottage, large
lot, 1 -block north of asylum on D
St. . 265
FOR 'RENT Apartment to refined
people without children. Inquire
152 S. Church. 264
FOR RENT Housekeeping and
sleeping rooms. 267 N. Liberty. 265
HOUSEKEEPING rooms for rent.
One large front room partly furn
ished, one suite of rooms unfurn
ished, 369 Center. 264
LARfJE furnished room, hot and
cold water, steam heat nnd bath.
218 N. Liberty over Brewers drug
Why Sell For Less?
WE will pay you more cash for your
household goods. Get our bid be
fore you sell. Peoples Furniture
and Hardware Store, 271 N. Com
mercial street. Phone 734.
Advance Rumely Ideal
A separator to fit every farm, 4
sizes, 22x36, 28x44,- 82x52 and 36x60.
wood or steel, and a Rupiely tractor
to fit every size separator.
Wm. H. Trumn, local agent, Salem,
263 N. Commercial. Phone 413.
Your used furniture, stoves, carpets
and tools, as wo pay fair prices for
ever-thing. Call 947.
CAPITAL HARDWARE & FURNI
233 North Commercial St.
Used Cars for Sale.
TO Oakland owners, we are fully pre-
pared to take care of your ears no
matter in what shape they are in
and can guarantee absolute satis
faction. We are also prepared to do
first class repair work on any make
of cars. American Automobile Co.,
WANTED Chambermaid. Call 1979
WANTED Assistant lady cook and ;
dishwasher.- Home Restaurant, 223,
N. Commercial. v . . .264
WANTED A man wants a job of any
. kind, inside work preferred. Box
JobT care -Journal. " 264
WANTED GTrl to . do upstairs work
and "help" with, children. Phone 658.
- r ' ; 264
"WANTED Competent woman for
(lining room and house work. Phone
81. . . , .....
WANTED Practical - nursing. Phone
1917W. .. . . , 267
WANTED Married men to work on
farm. Phone 71F2 evenings. 266
3 .SALESMEN with roadster, steady
employment;-- See Jvineaid, .548
State St. 266
WANTED Girl for dining room help
at Oregon state tuberculosis hos
pital. Pay $35 per month with
board, room and laundry furnished.
Phone 433. - 265
GIRL wants light house work in
small family. Write box 44, Rt. 2,
Albany, Or. 265
HELP WANTED Cook for small
family. Good wages. Address 15
WANTED Good cheap team, give
age and pi-ice. Box 432, Silverton,
WANT To buy modern six or seven
room house on terms. Phone 492.
MR. and Mrs. Sparks, ladies and gents
tailors, want garments to remodel.
Room 2, 442 State St. 286
WANTED To buy -roadster in good
condition from private owner. 548
State St. . 266
WANTED To buy old horses, all
kinds. Center St. 225. George Smith
WANTED A horse for his care. Leo
Doerfler, Rt. 7, box 231, Garden
road. . - - 264
WANTED Moving and hauling. The
Biederman Transfer. Phone 1608J.
WANTED Highest price paid for
fat cattle and much cows. Phone
WANTED Position by experienced
stenographer. Best of references-.
Box 81 care Journal. 265
WANTED Two purebred : Duroc
Jersev gilts, 6 to 8 months old. G.
W. Trussell, box 6 6 A, Rt 2. 265
FOR SALE Thoroughbred R. I. Red
pullets and White Leghorn hens.
Call at 1135 S. 10th .St. ; 265
WANTED High school boy wants
place to work for room and board.
Address box 100 care Journal. 265
BOOKKEEPER wanted (man) for
large firm, $125 per month. State
age, education and ' experience in
detail in your application. Box 240
I GOT- you guessing, I am an eastern
Wash, discharged soldier, blond,
42, wishing to hear from maidens
and widows. Address Harry V.
Wells, Yakima, Wash. 264
WANTED Middle aged lady to keep
house for man and 6 year old boy.
No heavy work. Boy attends school.
-Address box 89 Capital Journal
office or phone 1366J or call 1285
S. Liberty St. after 6:30 p. m. 264
WANTED Modern 5 or 6 room bun
galow, built in conveniences, furn
ace. State location, cash or terms.
Agents need not answer. Address
XIX Journal. 268
Second Hand Gods.
FOR SALE Ford 5 passenger, per
fect condition. Call 1G15M. 265
LIBRARIES bought and sold. Sims,
143 N. High. Phone 340. 266
FURNITURE HOSPITAL ;I have
opened a first class shop repairing
and refinishlng of all kinds, up
holstering a specialty. Will call and
estimate your work. Phone 1742;
M. Brown, 1201 S. Commercial St.
No Cash Required Good overcoats,
shoes and suits, all kinds of musical
Instruments, shotguns, riles, heating
stoves, gas stoves, suit cases and 1000
other useful articles to srU or trade.
What have you? The Capital Ex
change, $37 Court St. Phone 493.
STOVES rebuilt and repaired. 60
years experience; Depot National
and American fence, sizes 26 to 68
' Inches high. Paints, oif and varn
ishes, etc., loganberry nd hop
hooks. Salem Fence anf Stove
Works, 250 Court street. Phcnoe 124
SALEM WATER COMPANY Office
corner Commercial and Trade Sts.
Bills payable monthly in advance.
C US B-4-U Buy
7 room bungalow type, on 19th St.
north. Modern,, bath, toilet, electric
lights, cement walk, garage. Price
$3000, $800 cash' balance to suit pur
chaser. 7 room house, nice lot N. 18th St.
Bath, toilet, electric lights. $2000,
$400 cash, balance to suit.
5 room new, modern bungalow, 2
lots, 1 block off improved street. $2,
000, $558 cash.
6 room plastered house, electric
lights, bath, toilet and improved street
$1250, $250 cash balance to suit.
4 room plastered opttage, bath, elec
trie lights, toilet, concrete 1-2 base
ment. $900. $450 cash.
We have a large up to date rooming
house, modern in every particular,
with 7 room house In rear bringing
good income, just across street from
high school, $12,000, 1-2 cash,, and
will take good home in trade.
Get next to yourself and when you
want real buys in farms or homes see
John H. Scott Realty Co.
228 Oregon bldg. 265
DR. L. HALL WILSON Spe
cialist in the Modern Scientif
ic application of glasses for the aid
of vision and the relief of eye strain
and headache. Office closed Satur
days. Office 210-211 U. S. bank build
ing. Phones, office 145; res. 1244.
DR ALBERT R. MILLER, Optomet
rist, eyes examined and glasses fit
ted. "Broken lenses duplicated.
Hours at office daily, 4 p. m. to 6
" p. m. Saturday 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Appointment by phone any hour.
610-12 U. S. bank. Phone 341. 278
Safety Razor Blades.
SAFETY razor blade sharpening ma
chine, first installed at A. B. Stew
" art Repair Shop, 347 Court St.
Office -124 South -Liberty street.
Phone 937, 1211. Real estate and
W. F. WRIGHT, Turner auctioneer.
Why not get him. He only charges
2 per cent. . - .
Money To Loan.
On good real estate security
THOS. K. FORD
Over Ladd & Bush Bank, Salem, Ore.
MARION-POLK National Farm Loan
Ass'n. Government money to loan
at 6 1-2 percent. 303 Salem Bank of
Commerce. W. D. Smith.
Federal Farm Loans
5 1-2 per cent interest, Prompt serv
ice, 34 1-2 years time. Federal
farm loan bonds for sale. A. C.
Bohrnstedt, 401 Masonic Temple,
SINGER Sewing Machine Co. now at
648 State St. Hemstitching careful
ly and neatly done. 266'
RUGS cleaned 40c per rug. Phone 16.
L. L. Buckner. " . 264
WALFELT" superior to cloth at
about half price. Max O. Buren,
Com'l. St. 276
REX Dry paste, no cooking required,
works better and sticks tighter
than flour. Max O. Buren, Com'l
81 . 276
Snlem Auto Radiator Shop
Radiators, Fenders and Gas
Tractor Radiators a Specialty
Ford Radiators for Sale
198 S. 12th St., Salem, Ore.
Lost And Found.
LOST Gold watch and chain, works
. number 687709, case 206620. Find
er leave at Journal office. Reward.
LOST Black pocketbook containing
bills. Return to Journal office. Re
ward. . , 264
LOST Or taken Hallowe'en night, a
trailer. Reward for any information
as 'to Its whereabouts. B. C. Zielin
ski, Rt. 9, Salem, Or. 264
, New Motto.
Live Help the other fellow live a
little too. Real estate, loans, invest
ments. 6 room house,, modern, -east $2250.
, 6 room house, modern, east $2250.
6 room modern plastered, 1 65-100
acres, on carline, south, $2850; will
trade for large house close in.
6 1-acre tracts, good buildings $1,
000 to $2500.
6 1-2 acres south on carline, in
bearing commercial fruit, fine prop
6 room house, 2 lots, north Salem,
fine soil, $1200.
9 room house north alem, $1650,
$200 down will take it. .
20 acres 3 1-2 miles out, Polk coun
ty, fine place, good buildings; $6260.
4 room house, modern, attic for 2
bedrooms, basement, S. High St. $2600
Room 25, 180 N. Com. St. 269
6 room modern house on N. Com
mercial. Garage, good fruit and ser
7 room modern -house on S. 12th St.
Garage and barn; mixed fruit and
6 room house, strictly modern, S.
High 8t. 2 lots 60x126. $2600.
5 room strictly modern bungalow,
1560 Hines St. $1675, easy terms.
42 acres 8 miles from Salem 'on
main road. 30 bearing prunes; 6 lo
gans; good family orchard. Balance
either culivated or pasture. Modern
8 room bungalow: good bam; fruit
dryer; excellent water piped to build
23 acres near Marion; all fenced;
river bottom land. 7 acres cultivated,
balance brush and timber. New
house and barn. $3000. Will take in
C. W. Niemeyer.
Just real estate and high class In
vestments, 215-216 Masonic bldg., Sa
lem. Phones 1000, 1014. 265
To whom It may concern; Notice Is
hereby given that the undersigned,
Charles Whitney, adm-lnlstrator de
bonis non, with the will annexed, of
the estate of Susan Staiger, deceased,
has this day filed In said estate his
final account and the county court
for Marlon county, Oregon, has fixed
and appointed Monday, November
24. 1919. at the hour of 10 o'clock
a. m. of said day at the county court
room. In the county court house in
Marlon county. Oregon, as the time
and place for the hearing of objec
tions to said final account and for tne
Dated at Salem, Oregon, October 23
Administrator de bonis non, with
the will annexed, of the estate of
Susan Staiger, deceased.
Carey F. Martin,
Attorney for estate.
A 5 ACRE tract with small buildings
and half now in fruit and balance
as fine loganberry bench land as
there Is In Polk county, 2 miles
from Salem. Price $1676. See Y,m.
Fleming, 341 State St. 285
Land of Flowers
It is believed that there are more
varieties of flowering plants in New
South Wales than' in all Europe.
! " We Want' -
1 A good house, "5' or ft rooms mod
ern, close in; party has $500 cash; al
so one with $1000 for a place near
school, price must be under $2500.
We also want a 7 or 8. room modern
house close "n, will go $4500. Let us
seH your- troase. - '
We. want 10 to 15 acres on good
road close in, with' good improve
ments, 'rolling (land preferred with
some fruit and berries; buyer has all
1 to 5 acres close in, prefer Pringle
road. If yo.tr have it for sale come in
we'll make a quick cash sale for you.
John H. Scott Realty Co,
228 Oregon bldg.
Good Buys. .
63 acre tract of land located 6 miles
from Salem on hard road, 6 room
house and barn, 55 acres cultivated,
balance timber and pasture, good
prune and berry land. Price $125 per
acre. ; .
Well improved 6 acre tract, family
orchard, 1 acre peaches, good 5 room
plastered bungalow, barn, located on
gravel street, close to carline. Price
11 aore tract located 4 miles south
of Salem. 5 acres 12-year old Italian
prunes, balance of land cultivated,
best of prune and berry land, located
just off Pacific highway on hard
road. Price $5000, $1000 down, bal
ance on or before 5 years,- 6 per cant
interest. . '.'
5 acre tract located 4 1-2 miles
south of Salem, some, loganberries,
prunes and cherries. Price $1600,
10 acre tract all cultivated, good
bungalow, barn, well, 1 acre logans,
3-4 acre prunes, rock road, good lo
cation. Price $7000. ',
80 acre farm located 4 1-2 -miles
east of Salem, 70 acres cultivated, bal
an'ee pasture and timber, best of dark
soil, good 7 room- plastered house and
barns, family orchard, some crop
sowed. Price $16,500.
10 acre tract, all cultivated, 100
bearing apples, small house and barn,
located close to railroad station and
6 miles from Salem, dark soil. Price
W. H. Grabenhorst & Co."
275 State street
pCwHEMEKETA Lodge No. 1
meets every Wednesday
evening at 7:30 at I. O.C F. hall.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEET AT
McCornack hall on every Tuesday
at 8. Harry Levy, C. C. ; P. J. Kuntz
K. R. & S.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA,
Oregon Grape camp No. 1360 meets
every Thursday evening in McCor
naok hall. Elevator service. Oracle,
Mrs. Carrie E. Bunn, 648 Union St.
recorder. Mrs. Melissa Persons, 1415
N. 4th St. Phone 1436M.
UNITED ARTISANS Captlal Assem
bly No. 84 meets every Thursday at
8 p. m. in Masonic Temple, Glenn C.
Niles. M. A.; C- A. Vibbert, secre
tary, 340 Owen street. '
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 6246
meets every Thursday evening at 8
o'clock in McCornack building,
Court and Liberty streets, W. M.
Persons, V. C. Frank A. Turner,
DR. JOHN L. LYNCH Otseopathlo
physician and surgeon, 404 Oregon
bldg. Res. Phone 68F5. Office
phone 1394. 270
$600 for 6 room house, lot 100x100
feet, lots of fruit, terms all cash.
$1000 for 6 room house, lot 100x100
feet, half cash, balance 6 per cent.
$1750 for 5 room house, modern,
garage, macadamized street, $600 cash
balance 6 per cent.
$1800 for 10 'room house, fair con
dition, half cash, balance 6 per cent.
$2600 for 7 room modern plastered
house, $500 cash, balance $25 per
$2000 for 6 room modern house,
good condition, lot 80x360, terms on
$3000 for 7 room part modern
house, one fourth block of ground,
lots of fruit, half cash, balance 7 per
$10,000 for 40 room apartment
house, all furnished, basement, two
furnaces, close in,-half -cash, balance
6 per cent,
30 acres, .all in cultivation, well
fenceoVclose to town, $2300, half cash
balance 6 per cent.
28 acres, all good land, running wa
ter, fair buildings, family fruit, $4,
000, $1500 cash, balance 6 per cent.
This place is a snap, located 4 1-2
miles from town on paved road.
60 acres. 45 cultivated, balance tim
ber, best of soil, rolling, ordinary Im
provements, silo, best of fonoing, rock
road, half mile of scheol, two miles
of three towns, price $6000, $2500
cash, balance at 4 per cent.
94 acres, half cultivated, balance
timber. 3 acres family orchard, 6
room house, new barn, gravel sol,,
2 1-2 miles of town, $76 per acre. z,
000 cash, balance 6 per cent-
27 1-2 acres. 20 cultivated. 870 ap
pie trees 9 years old, 30 Royal Anne
cherry trees, l walnuts, iv years oiu;
4 room hoUse. barn; 6 miles of 8a-
lenv, $5000, $3800 cash, balance 6 per
239 acres, all cultivated, family or
chard, dark prairie soli rolling, 7
room bungalow,- good barn and out
buildings, well fenced with woven
wire, only $65 per acre.
247 acres, 157 cultivated, 90 timber
20 nrunes. 12 years old; waterfall for
water power on place, 6 rowm house,
barn, close to town, well woven wire
fence. $19,000, $5000 cash, balance
316 acres, 100 cultivated, 250 till
able. 216 timber, lots of saw timber
4 room house, large barn, 6 miles ot
railroad town, macadamized road,
close to school. $65 per acre, $5000
cash, balance to 6 years at e per
If this list does not contain what
you are looking for, kindly give me
a call as 1 may nave otner listings
that may be what you want. If you
want to exchange city property or
vallev land for eastern Oregon or Ca
nada land, come and see me. as I have
a number of such properties listed.
For best buys see
341 Stste ttreot
PHONE 1764R. Our prices ore right
W. M. Zandler, proprietor. 1256 N.
Summer street, Salem, Or.
I 3) Srnith's Secret C..
Jones wanted to know. Nobody could blame
him, for a good stenographer means a smoothly
Tunning day's work. Smith told Jones in a
confidential- whisper. What Smith (aid wai:
"Sh-h-h-hl Listen! ' I put a Want Ad in the
paper and she was number seven. Seven, you
know Jonesy, is the perfect number." And Smith
smiled a smile of satisfaction.. And here's more
of Smith's secret. - The paper was this paper.
Why don't you try Smith's. plan? - - -
Or, if perchance you are a stenographer, a
Want Ad may find the particular place you want.
The best employers read them. Try one.
These Ar Effective Little Messages
WANTED' StenoMWher, b r 1 h t
uctivo ytnmg woman able to -litka
101) words dictation lr mlnnta and
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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
Cutting pkst damage
i TO PROFIT IN GARDEN
Everyone who has a garden detests
a mole everyone, perhaps, but a cer
tain woman -gardener out in Bryan
county, Oklahoma. This ingenious per
son, who reported her experience to
the United State department of agri
culture, puts them to work. A num
ber of these pests undermined her gar
den this season, digging diminutive tun
nels here, there and everywhere. It
would have discouraged the average
woman; It didn't disturb this one. She
started a little irrigation plant of her
own, using Its tunnels as irrigation
ditches. She filled the tunnels with
water repeatedly, until the garden was
well watered, and finally ' drove the
moles off the premises. ,
NOTICK OF AS8ESSMKNT
for tiro Cost of Improving North
Cliiuvh street from 1) Street to m
Notice is hereby given that the com
mon council of the city of Salem, will
at or about the hour of 7:30 o'clock
p. m. on the 17th day of November,
1X19, or at the same Hour at any. sub
sequent meeting of the common coun
cil, at the council chamber in tne
city hull, proceed to assess upon each
lot or Part thereof. Its proportionate
share of the cost of Improving North
Church street from u street to ti
All persons interested in said as
sessment are hereby notified to be
and appear at said time and place
before the said common council ana
uresent their objections to said assess
ment, if any they have, and apply to
the common council to equalize their
proportionate share of said assess
By order of the common council
this 3d day of November, 1819.
Passed and adopted by the com
mon council this 3d day of November,
Attest: EARL RACK.
265" City Recorder.
SEATTLE RATIONS SUGAR TO
POCND AND HALF A MONTH
Seatle, Wash., Nov. . -Sugar ra
tioning is in effect here today. After
an all day conference yesterday the
federal fair price committee announ-
Wanted To Rent
Furnished or Unfurnished 5, 6 or
7 Room House. Telephone 1600
WE LOAN MONEY FOR FIVE YEARS. WE AL
LOW YOU TO PAY $100.00 OR MULTIPLE ON
THE PRINCIPAL ON ANY INTEREST DATE.
WE CLOSE OUR LOANS PROMPTLY.
HAWKINS & ROBERTS
205 Oregon BcOdhg
SITUATION WANTEn-Ybmn lady
atnnocrHptier, age 24. Ptv rear
exnarlanoa in advertlaine and iub-ll.nlnf-
btiRtncsa. Can ipi-11. punctu
ats and tranailllbe AtMiratrir, Can
taha dlot&llon rapidly, am amort
anoed 111 oiport blltliiK. Hlch Soliool
and Bnslnaat (Jaliea-e aduoatton
ni. u,h,t nft whitn tin. 1 S3:
feed oats 80c; milling oats 86c; hay,
heat, new $17; hay, oats, new 18(4jf
20; mill run S4446
Butterfat: Butterfat, 89c; -cre-
ery butter, 67,69c. -
X OTH, yeai ana mutton: x in ua w
in;.. ...... i tunnv Siln: steers
78o; oows 67 1-2C spring! lambs
8V4o; ewes 4 6c; sheep, yearllpgs sc.
d noultrv: Eggs cash 70o;
light hens 18 20c heavy hens 24o; ol
roosters 15 16c; springs 20c
vegeiaDies: unions, pur vtaun., v , .
celery do. 90c; potatoes 2o; sweet
potatoes 6 l-2c. -
Fruit: Oranges $77.f0; lemons t9;
bananas He;, honey extracted, 28c:
bunch beets 46c; cabbage 2o; head
lettuce ?5c; carrots 4Bo; grapes, To
kays JOc. . . i ,- - -
Retail prices; Eggs aoaen 7c;
creamery butter 76o; country butter
63c; flour, hard wheat $3.10 3 25.
Portland, Or., Nov. 7. Butter oltT
creamery 66 67c; Eggs selected local
ex 76 80c; hens 26 28c; broiler 13
Ig1 27c; geese l&c; cheese aanpaoo.
Cattle: Receipts 192; tone of mar
ket steady; good to choice steers .0
9.60; fair to medium steers I74M?
common to fair steers, 6.606.6t;
choice to good cows and heifers 6.M
07.50; canners 83 4; bulls IB 6.6;
calves 88 14.
Hogs: Receipts 310; tone of market
steady; prime mixed 8)6.08 15.50;
medium mixed, 114.00 16.0; Tonnfc
heavies, $13.00 18.60; pigs, $13,080
Sheep: Receipts 23; tone of market
steady; prime lambs $11.00 11.50;
fair to medium lambs, $10.00 10.60;
yearlings, $8.50 9.00; wethers, il.t
-8.50; ewes $5.007.00.
ced that grocers would be instructed t
limit customers to war time consumi"
tion one and a half pounds per per
son per month. Retailers were given
authority to charge 11 H cents a pound
retail which was half a cent Increase.