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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4. 1920.
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Ti Site from city limits of good
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- .TLEOr will trade for fcalem
urope.tv 6 room modern bungalow.
7 e ferson. full basement. P.ioiie
s1'. I... c -m v. H. Jones. 055
R.;ond car Capital J6urnal. 130
ZZ SALE-I rfom house and one
H ' f ground at 2406 Oak street;
i coot! wens, u.n ......
iiuildin on Il;'!
n SALEOr exchange, in S. K.
Finland. Have a 4 room plastered
tauigalirtv Willi- dutch kitchen, I
Km '.-" d-'wt; f e,ie:1,lt,,051t
win-he, hath room with toilet.
h,metrt. gas and gas lights, wired
fur el-'Ctric lights. Also 2 bunwr
r,suve In house; 2 lots 40x120 to
I Hi foot alloy. Small house on buck
l-'VlS with built in convenience,
wood ' shed and outside toilet for
small house. Chicken house and
mnl. berries anil shade trees. Nice
'lawn. Good garden spot. Will ex
change for Silverloii or Salem prop
erty or sell cheap. See owner at E
Marion St., Salem. a35
I WOl'I.O become ni'uitainted with a
youns woniiin under 25 for sierrdy
comiKUiv, if we become friends; 1
am American. 3. Please address
L. Stiff & Son, SIlvjMynOr. n31
foil SALE Baled clover hay for sale
at barn. C. S. Teeple. Ut. 1. Phone
8 to 9:30 l- in- .c5:!
- FOR SALE Large reed baby car
riage in fine condition, cheap. See
it at Chambers Furniture Co. on
Court St C.3 I
FOK SALE Piano, Ellison phono
granli, 125 records; gas range, heat
er, electric iron, etc. 1215 Marion
St. ' - - e32
Hill SALE Ford sedan, 1?1S,A-1
mechanical condition. Phone 3811
between 10 a. m. and 5 p. m. or 69';
after 5 p. in. g31
FAKTIES 0nntem)latlng building
ouugaloM's. cottages and residences
of any kind should see me about
plans, specifications, estimates and
labor. Address 27 care Journal, mils
FoK SALE 7 room house on paved
street close In. . li'lrejilace, nioderu
plumbing:, well arranged and In
good condition. Price $2500; $250
down and $25 a month. W. H. Clra
benhoiDt & Co., 275 State St. a30
f()"l! RENT 2 h i d "7o o m 8 clone ill.
M'.one 1432. J30
VANTED l ttj 5 stands bees in mod
em hives. Box lino Capital Journal.
FoK REXT Furnfshed rooms for
liRlu housekeeping; parties with
children need nut applv. 1309 X.
-Col"l?L J J. 15
AXTEU CnrrierT6" years old for
Capital Journal route. Can earn
i'-U more for good hustler. Don't
"M'l'ly unless you intend carrying
thru thesiuriiiier. g
Tif SAJ-tx Cylinder Saxon i-oal--er.
If you are interested come nnd
j take a look at it. F. A. Erlxon, 201
:nawif building, Salem. -qai
TOR SALE A "few wrd5f diT WUOti
raojie3o4or 622. c31
1 rt' ,raan Vu hiid" bweTlnTFchaS
ma U acres of stump land located
I rt 2 terina- 11 is we". flralnd
l good son am, wiu ;U!lke a
ih e home when cleared. John H.
" Realty Co.. 22S Oregon bldg.
" ACRES of choice 'TaTiirTTaTrTS
hJ? 3 miH.it.: a 2 room
' 6 0 n and Cl'k'1"n house, $3,
rt?Mvli n"V cr""9 0 "tnuvbe-
' Leahy Co., 228 Oregon bldg.
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bnm iT h7nltac'T8' sm,,1I h0"8
tiv,;(,H.bnf(,ar nK1 fruit, balance cul-
f-mne 84F H h' balanre' timP-
RRsi'i"fir,v . L n30
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P. 0. 214 s . , Mlmn 5- Address
tric liShti Tel.?0'" bunBow. eleT
" 'rk V ""lt 8- wefht 2700
?thard worl ?r dl,ubl,,; to
ei? very i ' , ,hefr harness.
ir,llA strie,i,.- .
In..-. llclilM T..,. t.
T01- Jeffersni ea,st' s"nnyide
I' ta thS 1 mo,,ern 0r
fltl, fruit 5a'aKe- large lot,
Jts to sell !v?nr nd
C2cup " $-0Ol k f lncurn-MSiX-n
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ROOMS for rent, unfurnished or part
ly furnished. Call 9l Center St.
Phone lim, j32
I'Oli SALE "r trade 49 Korea heavy
fir timber. Will consider car. Phone
I KOlt SALE Neat 5 room house; mod
ern except furnace, close in. Phone
20 98J. 3 2
I-OK SALE Straw $:0 a ton, chea
hay J I'll a ton. Wni. Fitts, Rt.' 9. call
87F31. ; - - c;U
FOR SALE Indian Runner duck
eggs, II per setting. Rt. 6, box 146.
Salem. - . f32
FOR ' SALK Republic two-ton truck
has (rood body for wood or fruit.
Terms. Phone after 6 p. m. 8S8M.
" Good Buys.
' 1 a acres located 1 mile from city .
11 acres bearing fruit. 10 acres lo-
j Kails, pood house and barn. $750 per
ac re. '
40 acres 3i miles out on good ron l
I 3 acres in timber, balance under cul
tivation, good house and barn, large
orchard. J300 per aci;e.
VI H -acres. m buildings, 10 acres
in one year old Italian prunes; 6 acres
in logans, good well. $4750.
3 room ceiled house, fruits, city
1 room bungalow, 2 good lots, 20
fiuit trees, bearing. Price $2500.
room plastered house, fair con
dition, lot 50x150. fruit. Price $2100.
Room 28, 180 N Com. St.
SALF.M has one of the most up to
date and sanitary Turkish bath
house that enn be found in Oregon;
in conjunction with this bath house
are baths and a swimming pool,
Turkish bath is a great thing for
colds nnd rheumatism; lady and
gentleman attendants. Price " only
50c. Oregon Bath House, under Ore
gon Electric depot. ni32
B'Ott SALK Sacrifice, 5-room bunga"
low and 2 large lots. 132 feet front.
Call at J243NorthJ''roiU st, 33
WAXTEb 'TO ISfY From owner 5
orjt room house. Phone 1231YV". 30
FOIt SALE Nice 5 room modern
house, barn, garage, carlino and
pavement, . $1S50. Partly furnished
if desired; llox3S, Journal. 34
FOK SALR It'y"owner,"2 ""tiousesTin
quire at S9S Broadway. , Big bargain
if Bold soon. 34
FOR SALK 6 room bungalow at
1357 North Winter street. Price
$3500. W. H. C.rabenhorst & Co.,
BT6 Statestreet. 30
FOR SALE U room house at 386
Lincoln street. Price $2600. Terms.
W. H. Giabenhorst & Co., 275 State
I'OIt SALE Three lots, small house
plenty of fruit; reasonabU terms.
544 State street. 31
FOR SALE C room plastered house,
electric, lights, city water, two nice
nots, fruit trees and chicken house,
near mute school; can be seen at
2446 Hazel ave. 32
FOR BALE liy owner, 5 room furn
ished cottage. "6 room plastered
house, good location. Price $1000,
r-cash-. 18 acres good black soil,
close in; good house and barn.
Price $4750, term. Brand new
Chevrolet car- and fresh cow. Eaw
yer & Einmett, room 3, Bayne bldg.
For Sale Farms
FOR SALE 20 acre farm, excellent
prune and loganberry land, all In
cultivation; good house, barn and
outbuildings, family orchnrd. Lo
cated at railroad, station -five miles
from Salem Address box F, care of
FOR SALE-r-A real snap! 160 licres
100 acres under plow, 10 good cows,
1 0 hogs, . 4 , horses and machy. 2
houses on place, barn large enough
for 50 head stock. Located 11 miles
from Salem. 2 miles- of good town
with standard high school, will be
' Vt -mile- from paved road this year.
Price $100 per acre, $7000 down
and balance easy terms, low rata
interest. Chas. Ransom, Aumsvillo,
INCOME tax records for sale at 141
N. High. Phone 340. 50
GROCERY store for saic. Write J D
Capital Journal. . 36
FOR SALE Player piano, nearly
new. 2155 North Liberty. 30
FOR SALE 1 light one-tiorse wag
on, 1 rubber tired open buggy, 1
light harness, 1 200-egg Reliable
incubator, 1 brooder.. Apply 1760
Waller street. 34
FOUR-HOLE range for sale. Almost
new, Keasonnble price. 1740 Neb-
raska. ' 30
FOR SALE Good ranged atT386
Ferry street. - 31
FOR SALE 800 lbs new wire. Phone
- 88F3, - . 31
FOR- SALR New Stelnway piano!
$1050 instrument used only ons
month. 4S2 South High St. Phone
FOR SALE A few medium . sized
potatoes at 3c a lb. 1862 Broadway.
FOR SALE Old papers for wrap
. ping and packing 10c bundle. Cap
ital Journal officer.
For Sale Nursery Stock
STRAWBERRY plants, jrrogressive
Everbearing, Ettersburg 121 and
Wilson. Vigorous well rooted plants
Place orders now. Ward K. Rich
ardson. 2395 Front. Phone 494. 35
FOR SALE -Strawberry plantB, Et
terburg 121 from yenr-old plants.
$5 per 1000. Phone 15F3. lr. C.
W.Beech ler. 32
FOR BALE Wilson strawberry
plants from young yard. Stemmed
ready to plant at $4 per 1000.
While thev Inst. Phone 22F21. 33
FOR SALE 1400 prune trees, 4 to
S ft size.- Will sen the lot at 4c
each. Claude H. Stevenson, Rt. S.
box- 17B. Salem. Phone 36F16. 31
NOTICE TO HOP GROWERS 100,
000 hop roots for sale. For partie
'ulars call at 121 South Commercial
VROMAN Franquet walnuts grafted
on black root. These trees ar
grown In Oregon and aclimated ao
the freeze had no effect on thm.
We also have a good line of berry
planta and bushes. Middle Grove
Nursery, J. C. Herren. Prop. 30
THREE GOOD ORGANS FOP. SALE
cheap on terms. The Wiley B. Al
len Co.. 618 Court St. ?
USED PLATER PIAXO FOR SALE
Just like new. used only a few
months: nice lot of music and
bench included. Low price with
terms. The Wiley B. Allen Co.. 619
Court street. "
FINE CONN CORNET FOR SALE
at a low price for quick sa4e. The
WiIeyB. AllenCo., 61 Court St.
SEVERAL "OF OUR FIXE PIANOS
and player pianos that were bought
and shipped before the raise in
price are now offered ut last year's
low prices to the first who calir
with easy terms. The Wiley B. Allen
Co., 519 Court Jjtreet. 29
Fov Sale Livestock-
WAXTEl) A few head of stock ewes'
F-B. DeckerL Sllverton. 30
WANTED An extra gentle work
horse. Mrs. K. Schmidt. R. 3. box
FOR SALE Fine milk cows, or will
- trade for fat cows. Call 87F24. 24
WORK horse for sftteTl 87West Mii-
leiv - . -. : 30
FOR SALE 50 egg:Cvpress Incuba
tor. $5.00. Milk strain Billv Goat,
1 266 N. 16th St. Phone 1617W. 33
FOR SALE 3-months old pedigreed
Chester White pigs.- Rt. 7, box 91.
FOR SALE Good team and good
job for sale. Phone 8-25 Turner,
Or. . ' " si
I OR SALK 6 weeks old
Hongola, route 6, box 88.
FOR SALE Holstein registered bull,
No. 219517, by Wit I'lah Lad No.
69497 and Lady .Annis 2nd, No.
114693, James Gordon, Silverton, R.
F. D. 4; phone Sitverton, Red 144.
; ' 34
FOIl SALE Young calL 1492 Court
"Ltr Phone 1144 V, 31
FOR SALE Team, wagon ami har-
nesst 7tflSouth 13th. 31
FOR SALE 15" head shoats. 50 Tbs.
Also Ford service car in good con
dition. Phone1425R. 34
LARGE Percheron horse" "for saloT
Phone 65F5. 31
DRY wood for sale, fonr foot, and
sawed. Call evenings 1678YV. 48
DRY WOOD FORSALE Also"take
contract hauling wood, rhone 674R
afterJS p. m. - 33
FOR SALE Slab wood In car load
lots. Crabtree Bros., Stayton, Or. 37
FOR SALE Second growth fir wood
Phone 199. 30
WOOD SAW Fisher boys will saw
your wood. Phone 1004. 32
WANTED Wood in jiii'ge "qulintities".
Phone 1090M. 33
Leghorns, Reds, Rocks, Minorcas.
Prices reasonable. C. N. Needham,
558 State St. Phone 400. 36
WANTED At once a man to live in
a two-roomed house, 3 miles from
Salem, free rent, except to do a few
chores. A bachelor preferred. Can
cut wbod if desired. John H. Scott
228 Oregon Bldg. Phone 254 or
2 ST E NOG JtTPH ERF WANTED By
the Phez company. 1 general sten
ographic and shorthand work! 1 in
terested in botany and chemistry.
Call room 413 U. S. National Bank
bldg. . 31
WANTEfi Some one to split cord
wood. $1.15 per cord for splitting.
Robt. A. Beer, Salem, Rt. 9. 3tt
miles east of Brooks. 34
WANTED Maid at deaf school.
WANTED Good farm hand. C. C.
Russell. Phone 3F3.
WANTED Girl or woman for gen
eral house work. Call 2525 S. Com.
or phone 55F13.
WANTED Position as stenographer.
Some experience. Box 144. Cars
Capital Journal. 30
WANTED Position assisting with
house work or caring for children.
Phone 1289. 31
WANTED By man and wife with 2
little girls, room and board. Phone
YOUNG WIDOW WITH 2 BOYS
wants housekeepers position with
gentleman, near school. Mrs. Ella
B. Robinson, Rt. 1, box 53, Ger
vais, Oregon 31
FOR YOUR HAULING AND MOV-
Ing call 1608. J.Biedernian Trans
WANTED Oi T " Ju7irold clot hlng,
tools, gems, musical instruments,
' cameras. Will call day or evening.
Capital Exchange, 337 Court. Phone
WANTED Garments to remodel;
new suits $45; cleaning and press
ing. 644 State; Society Cleaners;
Phone 195. Chas. - Ezra Sparks,
tailor. ; 52
WANTED Four or five room mod
ern furnished house. Two in fam
ily. Can furnish references. Phone
WANTED No. 1 cross cut saw. 2
horse Oliver plow. C. C. Mitchell,
Turner, Or - 30
WANTED Second hand safe. Phone
WANTED TO RENT Good 5 room
house. Phone 1950R. 30
WANTED 2 light housekeeping
rooms. C. D. Adams, general del
. ivery, Salem. . 31
WANTED MODERN house keeplns
rooms or furnished house. near
Highway Garage, Phone 1984J. 81
WANTED Unfurnished apartments.
No children. Phone 1268.
WANTED Furnished house or apart
ment, 3 to 6 rooms. Phone 29.
TWO SLEEPING ROOMS FOR
rent close in. Inquire 636 North
FOR RENT 2 6 -room fiats. Close in
See J. H. Lauterman, Argo notei
FOR RENT Down stairs front room
1436J. ' "
BACK ON the job with a new Hoov
er, Rues cieanea. ue per rug. u. u.
" Buckner, Phone 16. 33
R. W. BALLANTYNE, piano tuner
with Chtsrrmgton s riano xiouse
415 Court SL Phone $52.
NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture
exchange, 395, South 12th, will han
dle your household goods on com
mission. Reasonable rate. Obtaining
better prices than selling to second
hand merchants. At present have
nice clean stock to select from.
Cannon, phone 1. '
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JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
Lost and Found
1HE party who took auto robe from
skating rink is known. Return to
Journal office and no questions ask
LOST A strand of soldb7ade7l 52
North Commercial, Salein Variety
Store, reward. $o
LOST Child's necklace.-Gold-beads
strung on gold wire, phone 1153 or
' leave at Journal. Reward.
0' PersonaL . :
FOR PERMANENT RELIEF" from
high blood - pressure see Dr.
: Schults. Call 864 or 1310J. 39
THE International Correspondence
school will have their local repre
sentative at the Bligh hotel every
Saturday to give their students all
; assistance possible. He also will be
,glad to give the public information
regarding the schools and their
LTBERT YEXCHANG EAif ki"n"dsof
second hand goods bought, sold
and exchanged. If we havn't what
you want, we II get it. Try us. W
Lubke, 241' N. Coin'l St. Phone 841,
Money to Loan
MONEY TO LOAN for clients in
amounts .rrom $1,000 to $5,000 on
real estate security. Ivan- G, Mar-,
tin. Masonic Temple. 30
Money to Loan ,
Federal Farm Loans . .
Any amount Long time.
6V4 and 6 percent interest
City building loans.
A. C. Bohrnstedt
401 Masonic Temple. Salem, Oregon
Money To Loan.
On good real estate security
THOSl. K. t'llRII
Over Ladd & Bush Bank, Salem, Or a.'
.MARION-POLK National Farm Loan
Ass n., Government money to loan
at 514 percent 303 Salem Bank of
Commerce. W. D. Smith.
ihe oldest Its been the best since
1901. The newest First 1-cylindcr
delivery; first 2-cyllnder; first 4
cyllnder; first Liberty truck; first
army truck .in France; It is ths
greatest hauling machine on earth.
See it at Salem . Auto . Exchange.
FOR SALE 4-wheel trailer in" good
condition. Will carry a ton or bet
ter Also some good plgs. B. C. Zle
llvoki, Salem. Route 9, box 111A.
FOR SALE Nearly new 2-ton Dia
mond T truck, all. equipped. Phone
1608 J. A. H. Blederfhan. 3 1
1 MAWELL 1 ton truck, first class
condition, $650; also one Maxwell
touring car, all overhauled, $275.
MolrBros.. J71 Court St. 31
AUTO" TOPS AND REPAIRING
Vf f all kinds, seat
'i4J covers. Service. O.
i , J. Hull, Yi M. C.
A Building, Salem, Oregon.
LET us list your property.. A. L.
Seamster Realty Co., 416 Masonic
bldg. Phone 353.
ESTES & MAGEE, real estate. If we
list It we advertise it. Portland of
fice 909 Chamber Commerce; Sa
lem office 428 Oregon bldg, over
electric depot. 8
WANTED SAIALL FARMS.
Bring your listings of small farms
and tracts. Price them right and we
will do the rest.
KINNEY & SMITH ' . '
201 Bank of Commerce Bldg,
Some Attractive Properties
87 acres of grafted Franquet walnuts
in fourth year's growth in Waldo
hills eight miles from Salem; road
paved half way, well graveled re
mainder. $17,000i half cash, bal
ance on time to suit.
10 acres at railroad station, with wa
ter right from Irrigation ditch.
Fine 5 room bungalow, good barn
22x40, chicken house and brooder,
two acres orchard, walnuts, pears,
etc. 18 miles from Salem. $4800,
half cash, balance at 6 percent.
80 acres between Monmouth and Dal
las, 40 acres In cultivation; 24 acres
prunes, some logans and blackber
ries; 15 'acres in grain crops; bal
ance pasture and oak trees. 5 room
house, good barn for 20 head and
sheds 3 sides; windmill and gaso
line pump with tank and store
house. New 6?tunnel dryer and
warehouse 26x50 feet. $18,000;
$13,500 cash or trade, balance on
time. " ' !
PEARCY BROS., Horticulturists
210 Oregon bldg. Phone 663
Fine 10 acre tract near Salem, good
house, some other buildings. Fine
dark loam soil. One acre prunes, cher
ries and apples. Bargain, $4500.
15 acre tract about 4 miles from
Salem, set buildings; 6 acres bearing
prunes. One acre loganberries and
other fruits. For quick sale $6400,
$2500 cash, balance easy terms.
Good modern room bungalow.
full basement and sleeping porch, on
car line. Price $2500, $1000 cash, bal
ance easy terms.
Fine 15 aero tract 3 miles from
Salem, fine modern bungalow, good
barn, family orchard, extra fine loam
soil, good road. Price $7000.
16 acres of choice loganberry land
near Salem, plowed and ready to set.
Snap for $210 per acre.
For bargains ana square deal see
Perrine & Marsters
811-12 Com. Club bldg.
What You Want
$1850 6 room bungalow on paved
street, good location; A bargain.
$40006 acres near the city, macad
am road, house, Darn and other
$13,000 170 acres, 60 acres In culti
vation. Lots ot good-wood; aft
miles out. t'ty property to
$3000 and $4000 cash will han
dle. $23,000307 acres, ..220 cultivated.
Some timber, 4 springs, good
stock or fruit proposition. 614
miles from city in Polk county
$10,000 cash, balance , long
time 6 per cent.
A. L. Seamster Realty Co.
Room 41 Masonic bldg. List your
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAT
JOL'R.VAL WAXT ADS PAT.
rudMr T r r
SO acre tract located 5 miles east of
I Salem, good house and barn, fruit,
igood road. Price $16,500.
I Well improved 32 acre tract, good
1 5 room bungalow, barn, fruit, paved
iroad, close to school. Price $12,800.
j 56 acre tract located 4 miles
from Salem, 40 acres under cultiva
tion, balance timber and pasture,
'spring, 18 acres bearing prunes, fam-
jily orchard. 6 room house, large barn
I rock road.. Price $18,500.
i 61 acre tract located on main high
jway. close in, house and barn. 8 acres
bearing prunes, about 1500 cords of
'standing fir timber. Price $300 per
j Well Improved 20 acre tract on
I sock road, close to main highway; 5
, acres cherries, 4 acres logans. i room
plastered house, - barn, well. Price
I 19 acres all . in Jciearing prunes, close
in, hard road, good plastered bunga
low, electric lights. Price $8500.
I 80 acre timber tract, located on
gravel road, house. Price $80 per acre.
t 38 acre tract, IS acres cultivated,
balance slashed and timber; family
orchard; spring water to buildings, 7
Iroom house, good barn. Price $5000,
H cash, balance terms.
Well improved 56 acre farm locat-
ied 6 miles from Salem; good 8 room
(modern house, barn, orchard, best of
j soil. Price $200 per acre.
! 200 acre farm, 100 acres cultivated.
house and barn, lots of timber, 6
miles from Salem. Price $100 per
360 acre' farm located near Silver
ton, house and barn, best of dark
soil. Price $100 per acre.
6 room house located in South Sa
lem, corner lot. Price $2600, $900
down. Balance terms.
5 room bungalow located In South
Salem. Price $2800.
6 room house located-at 1330 South
Commercial street, bearing fruit.
W. H. Grabenhorst & Co.
275 State street
A real home just outside of the city
limits. 3 a"res with a 5-room modern
bungalow mid own water system.
Small barn, small chicken house.
Family orchard and berries. Price
$6,000, good terms.
20 acres, 10 acres under cultivation.
New 5 room bungalow, new barn.
Some strawberries. Buildings alone
worth the money. Price $2500. Terms
13 acres, about 150 cherry trees,
loganberry tips to set 214 acres; best
of loganberry soil, all under cultiva
tion. Price $2000, $750 down; balance
terms to suit. - . :
PRUNE. AND WALNUT farm. . 80
acres, 73 under cultivation, 12 acres
in bearing prunes of which 4 acres
are set to English walnuts. Land
slightly rolling. Good buildings, fam
ily orchard, 3 miles of Sllverton. Price
$10,500. Good terms.
We have a real business proposition
for man and wife with $1500 or $2000
Estes & Magee
428 Oregon Bldg. Salem.
Portland Ofice: 909 Chamber Com.
314 acre farm, 200 acres In cultiva
tion, 114 acres in oak Umber and
brush; good buildings, on Pacific
highway. $35,000. . . ,
40 acres bearing prunes, 5 to 15
years; close in near pavement. $400
1014 acres close In; 7 room plaster
ed house, good outbuildings; some
slock and farm Implements goes with
the place. $4000.
20 acres, 8 acres In 5 and 8 year old
prunes, 1 acre strawberries, other
fruit; Rood buildings, good road, in
fine district. $6250.
4 room house, 8 lots, $600 pavement
paid, 2500 strawberry plants, 20 prune
trees. This place must be sold. Price
6 room plastered house, good lot,
North Front. Will trade for acreage.
5 room modern bungalow, 2 lots.
Price $1600. Trade for acreage.
Room'SS, 180 N. Com. St. Salem
1 acre; 3-4 acre loganberries, all
tipped; 5 room bouse, good outbuild
ings, at carline, $2400. Easy terms.
1 acre all cleared, 4 room modern
bungalow at. paved road, $1250. All
Want to secure $500 loan on 80
acres of timber land.
Want to secure $275 loan on 2 cor
ner lots In Salem.
5 acres; 7 room h.use, outbuildings)
1 acre fruit, 3 acres timber, close to
car line. $3200; half cash.
40. acres, good improvements; 18
acres bearing prunes, $4000 will han
30 acres, 20- bearing prunes, 3
acres apples, 8 acres In loganberries,
new dryer, fair Improvements. $5500
will handle. .
341 State St.
Liston's Bargains In
1 Six room bungalow, modern ex
cept heat. Goes at $3050.
4, live room, homey .bungHlow,
modern except heat, two largo lots.
$3200.. (Photos of numbers 1 and 2
n:ay be seen at my office.)
3. B'lve room bungalow, modern ex
cept heat, lot 75x180, on carline,
4. Six room fully modern bunga
low on paved street, $.1000.
p. Five room cottage with basemen.
on carline, $2300.
7. Seven room Htrlctly modern with
steam heat, 4 blocks fcom state house
W. A. Liston .
Agnt, 484 Court street a33
r DIRECTORY "
DR. ALBERT R. MILLER Optome
trist-optician, eyes thoroughly ex
amined, glasses made and fitted.
610.12 U. B. bank. Phone 341.
OSTEOPATHIC physicians and sur-
. goons, Drs. Whits and Marshall,
606 U. 8. bank bldg. Phone 859. Dr.
White, res. phone 489; Dr. Marshall
res.phone 834. .
YALE Hand laundry. 194 8. 12th
8t. Phpne 8
TYPEWRITERS, libraries, office fur-
niture and appliances bought ana
sold. 141 N. High. Phone 349. 50
Why Sell For Less ?
WE will pay u more cash for your
household goods. Get our bid be
fore iyou sell. Peoples Furniture
and Hardware Btore. 271 N. Com
mercial street. Phone 734.
Safety Razor Blades.
HAFKTY razor blade sharpening ma
chine, Iirst inmnwwi at a. . Stew
art Repair Shop, HI Court St
SALEM SUA V ANGER Garbage and
refuse of all kinds removed on
monthly contracts at reasonable
rates. Cess pools cleaned. Dead ani
mals removed. Office phone Main
Monitor cars now on display! Cuiiie
and see them. 229 State St. Phone
STOVES rebuilt and repaired. 50
years experience; DeHit National
and American fence, si?.es 2S to 5S
inches high. Paints, oil and varn
ishes, etc.. loganberry and hop
hooks. Salem Fence and Stuve
Works. 2 jQ Court street. Phone 12 4
SALEM WATER COM PAN Y Office
corner Commercial and Trade Sts.
Rills payable monthly in advance.
Long Distance Hauling..
EMPEY "TRANSFER-CO Local and
long distance freight hauling. Dally
service to Portland, outside trips
anywhere. Reasonable charges. Of
fice 445 Court street. Phone 998;
night phones 679J, 674R. Salem,
PC CHKMEKETA lodge No. 1
meets every Wednesday
evening at 7:30 at I. O. O. F. hall.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS meet at Me
Cornack hall on every Tuesday ut
8. Harry Levy, C. C; P. J. Kuntz.
K- HJi S.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
Oregon Grage camp No. 1360 meets
every Thursday evening in MiCor
nack hall. Elevator service. Oracle,
Mrs. Carrie E. llunn, 648 Union St
recorder, Mrs. Melissa Persona
1415 N 4th St. Phone 1436.VI.
I NIT ED ARTISANS Capitiil AssTrnT
bly No. 84 meets everv Thursday at
8 p. m. in I. O. O. F. hall. Glenn C.
Ntles, M. A.; C. A. Vihbert, secre-
tary, 340 Owens street.
VV. 6. W. SALEM CAMP 118 Meets
every Friday night at 8 o'clock in
McCornack nail, cor. Court and Lib
erty St. Visiting Woodmen welcome.
C!, RossC. C. ;. L.S. Jcer clerk
MO DEUNTw OoCm EN - OF AMERICA
r Oregon Cedar Camp No. 6246
meets every Thursday evening at 8
o'clock In McCornack building,
Court and Liberty streets, H. O.
Coursey, V. C; Frank. A. Turner,
.Grain: Wheat No. 1 $2S2.10; feed
oats 8085c; milling oats 8588c;
cheat hay $19ft320; oat hay $21 22;
clover hay $23(fi24; mill run $4748;
Butterf-tt: Butterfat, 62c; cream
ery butter 64(S 6"5a.
Pork, veal and mutton: Pork on toot
14 3-4c; veal fancy, 23c; steers
89c; cows 69 8-4c; spring lambs
I2(ff)13c; ewes 4(R!5c; sheep, yearlings
Dressed pork 1821c.
Eggs and poultry: Eggs cash 37c;
light hens, 24c; heavy hens 26c; old
roosters 15tfj)18c; springs 24c.
Vegetables; Onions per pound 6c;
celery doz. $1.75; potatoes, Yakima
6c; Oregon 44'lc; sweet potatoes 8c
beets per sack $2; turnips per sack
$2.50; carrots per sack $1.25; parsnips
per sack $3.50; spinach 10c lb.; rad
ishes 40c doz.
Fruit: Oranges $4.60 6.00; 1 moni
$7i'7.50; bananas 11c; honey extract
20c; buncn oeets 46c; cabbage 6o;
head lettuce $1.25; carrots 45c; grape
15c; Brussell sprouts 16c; caullfflowei
$1.75 doz; red peppers 25c lb. rhu
Retail price: Eggs dozen, 43oj
creamery butter 6870c; country but
ter 65c; flour, hard wheat $3.25 3.40
soft wheat $2.90.
Portland, Or. Feb. 4. Cattle steady
receipts T, sleers best $11. ROW
12.50; good to choice $1 0.G0W 1 1.50;
medium to good $9.50f(j. 1 0.60; fair to
good $8,60(ff 9.50; common to fair
$7.50 ft 8.50; choice cows and heifers
$9.50(10.50; good to choice $8,500
9.50; medium to good $7.50S.50;
fair to medium $6.50 8.50; canners
$.'I.50A.50; bulls $6.25 (ft) 8.59; prime
light calves $16.60917; medium light
$12.50 tfj 15.50; heavy calves $7
12.50; stockers and feeders $89.50.
Hogs steady; receipts 250; prime
mixed $15. 7516.25; medium $15.25
&15.75; rough heavy $12.25015.25;
Sheep steady; receipts 19; eastern
lambs $16. 60017. 60; light valley $16
016,50; heavy $1 4.60 1 6.50; feeder
lambs $12iftl5; yearlings $13.60 14;
wethers $133 13.G0; ewes $1012.
Portland, Or., Feb. 4. Butter firm
cubes extra 59 14 lit 60c; parchment
wrapped, box lots 62c; cartons 83o;
half boxes 14c more; less than half
hoxes lc more; butterfat 560o f.
o. b. station; 83ijjf64c Portland.
Poultry and Eggs.
Portland, Or., Feb 4. Weak;
Eggs selling price case count,
41c; buying price case count 40c;
buying price 43c; selling price
candled 47; selected candled la car
tons 63c. .
Poultry: Hens 30 33c; broilers $5
1040; roosters 18c; turkeys dressed
49 50c; geese 20L25c; ducks $5 40a
Wheat and Mill Stuffs.
Wheat: $2.20; barley, $7$; oat
$60.00 bid; corn No. 3 yellow $58.00
Hay: Buying price, valley timoth.
$2028; alfalfa $31.50; grain $26;
cheat $22; clover $26; oats and vetch
MUlstuffs: Prices f.o.b. mill, cit
artage $2 extra. Mill run," car lota o
mixed cars $44 ton; rolled barley $73
rolled bats $66.60; ground barley $71
scratch feed $80.
Corn whole $66; cracked $61.
MEXICO HIT BY FLTJ
Mexico City, Feb. 3. Influenza has
i-e-apueared In epidemic form in Mexi
co. Many cases have been reported in
this cty and 60 soldiers have been
found ill with the malady. Reports!
state Influenza has appeared In the
states along the United States frontier.
t Marion News. J
Marion, Or., Feb. 4 Mr B. F. Eu
ley returned home last Friday front
Salem, where she had been for a week
if. a hospital there. She returns much
improved In health.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Smith have i
turned to their home in Portland art
ier visiting relatives here and at Philo
Albert Mitzner entertained about 3S
of his friends last Friday evening at
the home of his mother.
The Endeavor of the Friends'
church will have a social at the hotmt
ol Mary Thomas next Friday night
Mr. Stowe, who makes his home at
the Soldiers' Home in California, ha
been visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mr. ISengs Is building a machine
shed to replace the one that went
down with the weight of the snow.
Mrs. A. D. Hoag received a message
last Friday announcing the serious ill
ness of her mother. ' She left at once
or. the noon train, leaving Mr. Hoag la
charge of both his and her work at
school. Bonnie HaacU of - the ninth;
grade assisted Mr. Hour. As Mrs. Hoag
was returning on Sunday she was In
an auto accident. A large auto struck
the auto bus in which she was rittijf,
causing serious damage to the bus,
running it into a ditch and throwing
Hi onto Its side. About twelve pas
sengers were in the bus. Several jrere
hurt, but Mrs. Hoag escaied none the
worse except for the nervous shock.
Her mother Is better at this time.
Hazel Green Notes. J
iluael Green, Or., Feb. 4. Messrs. ,
Murkln und "Galen of Stayton visited,
their old friend, Grandpa Peterson at
Hie Williamson home, Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Caswell went to
Albany Saturday. Mrs. Caswell wilt
not return unless they decide to live In
this vicinity longer.
Mr. Crosslyn arrived Thursday to sea
his friend, Jeff Tavener. The young
men went to Portland Saturday after
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rogers, Mrs. Rick-
etts and son of (juinaby spent Sunday,
with Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Davis.
Mrs. Anna Zelllnsk! returned Thurs.
day from Stayton.
Harry Boehm and family have been,
ill the past week but are on the road
Miss Murle Bennett li staying in Sa
k in and taking treatment.
The following members of the Uni
ted Brethren Sunday school attended
the Young People's division confer
once In Salem Saturday: W. A. Dun!
gan, Gene Parmenter, Harold Baltum,
Edna Davis und Emma Fitiher.
About 30 persons attended the pa?
ent-teuchers' meeting Friday evening
and only a small percentage were par
ents. More Interest should be display,
ed in the association which has bene
fited the school hy providing play ap
paratus and paying for half of the new
song books. The subjects of "Thrift"
and "The Health Crusade" were ably
presented by Prof, and Mrs. F. W,
Jones. Mrs. G. O. Looney gave an In
teresting account of the last parent'
teachers' meeting held In Salem. -
The Christian Endeavor society is
observing C, B." week. February 1-8,
with special programs on the two 8un
liny nights, attending the prayer meet
ing on church loyalty and giving a so
clul to the young people of the com
munity on Friday evening at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Looney. This
si.clal is to be a "Smile" social and will
cost you 3 or 6 cents according to the
size of you smile. You will have the
irivilcuo of tvlslllnv an uit. g:llrr
and hear a program given by the Peak
Sisters. Remember the date, Febru
C. A. Vun Cleave went to Mt. Angel
Sund'uy to see his brother, Joe, who
had injured his ankle.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Fox of Salom
aro spending the first of the week with,
his mother and brother, Gale, on the
old Latham place.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Chapman, Freda,
Willie and Freddie Chapman attended
st rvlces at the Hazel Green church
London Bank Clearings
Show Bigain Over 1918
T.i. ml, hi Feb. . Bills, checks, etc..
paid at the Bunkers' Clearing House
during 1919 aggregated 3,386,768,000
pounds or 860.000,000 pounds mere
than In 1918,
P. W. Matthews, of the Bankers'
Clearing House, in sending out these
figures attributes these enormous fig
ures largely to the high cost of raw
material, the Increased price oi pio
ductlon and the consequent larger de
mand for banking accommodation.
Activity on the stock exchange was
Bones of birds are filled with air
while those ot most mammals contain
Any amount Low rates.
Full repayment privileges.
Very prompt service. Ask
about our 20-year loans at
HAWKINS & ROBERTS
205 Oregon Bldg.