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PHiTSTLE 3 good, house buys. II,
1 Mt 185B. $2100. Hart & Muller
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tTIFZealand Red raobits for sale.
W4 stock, prices reasonable. 2199
Slrmmds road. el02
Tna Attractive 5 room house
1 jniiWm. Price 11350. See
owner Bayford- Tr Good, 1136
? t.0nti St. city. a 10
tFTxTED Several men and women
to set strawberry plants. Indian
Hill farm. T. L. Davidson, 3 blocks
ni nf 12th street car line. glOS
WASTED Married man for ranch,
permanent job for right party.
Write or call don't phone. Geo. L.
pise, Indepennence, ur. gm
ONE of the best buys in Salem is a
I room bungalow which must be
told in the nest 0 days; 2 fine lots
and fruit. Phone 1812 or call at 744
If; 'Cottage. 101
FOR SALE 120 acres 6 miles from
Salem, 20 acres cultivated, old
house, burn, orchard; estimated 3,
000 cords of oak grub timber.
Price $45 per acre. Hart & Mul
ler. 2i8 Oregon bldg, n
FOR SALE 18 acres seeded to clov
er and grain, small house and burn
4 4 miles east of Salem. Price $4.-.
500. Hart & Muller, 208 Oregon
' hAg. n
r'QR SALE Yearling Holstein heif
er; also 13-gailon swing churn for
$5. J. C. Mattson, Rt. 7, box 48, Sa
Ql'ICK ACTION For sale, 5 acres,
8 room house, barn, windmill, veg
etable and fruit house, etc., hog
tight fence, some fruit, close In;
. ' immediate possession, partly furn
- ished if desired. Make offer. Phone
" 16fli!R. .-100
IVAN'TED To buy small modern
. ,. bungalow, close in. Want to deal di
rect with owner. Eox R G Capital
FOR SALE 15 or 20 thousand vigor
ous strawberry plants of Etterberg
No. 121 variety, easy to diar. $2.50
. per 1000; dig them yourself. Harry
Pearson 12F5. (1102
', fOR SALE Second growth fir wood
? .'. IJ.50 per cord; old fir StO.50.' Call
V; p 1"' ee!2fi
JfoK BALE 6 room plastered house.
-.J full basement. 3B5 N. 20th St. 101
POR SALE About 7 acres located In
Aumsvllle, fair buildings; a good
brry. er chicken ranch. $S50O. Will
exchange for Salem property, Will
Myers. Aumsville, Or. bl03
, GIRL wanted for housework; no
washing nor Ironing1. 'Apply fore
noons, 975 Chenieketa St. t-102
HOISEKEEPINO rooms to rent
no children. 480 N. 18th St.' 1101
FOR SALE Foidson tractor
plow, first class condition,
very little, $200 off, terms.
biKAW HERRY plants, Wilson, Etter
berg 121 and Gold Dollar, $1.60 per
1000 In patch. Phone 47F13. 102
HEAVY work horse for sale.
MOOSE bonds issued July 1, 1912
by Cherry City lodge No. 498 Loyal'
Order nf Afnnoo ...in ,
ior $10 flat upon presentation or
Z uy "S'si-ed mail to Unit
ed States National bank, Salem,
Oregon. Agent for trustee of bond
16,000 ETTRKRinun ivr ....
berrj- plants. $2 thousand, dig them
dn., ur uuk uy vveanes
. SThT. n.:WY: Cringle
Street 1. Irm S0Utn 12
, Tllii . 100
ilnt; vtZj l':st Jcl."HS loifanberry
1, l!,e?,e8 Ca.sh 8to-e who are
.. ""' a are Invited to
n,anT?T,Sla-y and ' Wednesday
manager Peoples Cash store. glOl
Seas boxP2-,m?nt' ""'""Mifd.
455 2, 5 Jou"ial or phone
' 1 ilOl
Cash 8?ore ' manar of Peoples
1300 bT !? farm- h,,rse' ab0"t
: "21 .:,"t over 10- Phone
-S"cl8 .M--'"r..,,ni household
A'avt: " St. cl03
onditton "nil". m0(iel Fora A-l
'""fn Ch,,,08'"'11 rim Bosses be
fet",C "l h Pa High streets on
wW Su"lay. Phone 627. Re
t'STfTPrr . HOI
" "ii-'n st. 1102
OWN AN ORCHARD ' -CHtCE
PROPERTIES FOR SALE
NEAR OUR BIG PLANTING'
WE co.vrRACT planting" AND
ARE FR FIVE TEARS .
?EAPE8T TO ACQUIRE AN
f . ORCHARD
M houw f. , aRe 6 mora furnish-
"i I3j ear. Address P. O.
77"- ' 11 m
"a J. w illl
r"r diU' J' Kaen plowing,
-!!2TChvR heavy tMm wrk
tES?rsLone 199. lm
"ntry ri,..L' Barrick Co.
J?1- Cood L moZtne. Wood for
-pZi- St!xi 2T1 North
feity.U l-OAN on good farm
GraTbldg!5 0r "" G"
6 ROOM BUNGALOW
n ; Tn,r.;r"' some rruiti.
IT. , 2 ""'"", street. ont.sTPiu-cpnn. .
diock irom car line. Slrtrt.i
cash, balance terms. See John H
Scott Realty Co,- 228 Oregon bldg. '
run. tAi.tc-k room modern bunga
low located on Court street near
state Capitol.. Has furnace, fire
place, garage. First class in every
way and a bargain at $5S00. Mrs.
innie rettyjohn, 275 State street
FOR SALE Three room house and
un acre or tana one mile out from
business center. 650. F. L. Wood
41 State St. nl01;
OWN TOCft OWN' HOME
WE WILL ByiLD YOU A HOME
TOV. PAT A SMALL PAYMENT
" DOWN; - ; :
:. .BALANCE LIKE RENT .
COME IN. AND TALK JTH LtS
OFFICE OPEN EVENINGS :
R. B. DORNET " '
PHONE 51. 82 OREGON bldg. a
BEAUTIFUL HOME 4 SALE
Late, strictly modern bungalow
type residence of 7. rooms, features
all home conveniences .in. construc
tion. Exclusive restricted district.
For appointment call at our ottice.
John H. Scott Realty Co., 228 Ore
gon bldg. alol
FOR SALE 5 room house, 1542
Bellevue St. $1200; good plumbing.
F. L. Wood, 841 State St. "nl01
SEVERAL houses for sale, among
them a 6 room bungalow. Inquire
sua ts. i-ottage. phone 1186. alll
CLOSE In residence property consist
ing 01 live room nouse, nearly mod
ern and, basement, lot 50x132 feet,
several bearing fruit trees and small
walnut trees and good garden spot,
one block to pavement. Price $3200
or will exchange with owner of
small Improved farm and assume
difference, if any; preferably north
of Salem, but will consider other
location. Owners P. O. box 261, Sa
lem, Or. ai03
FOR SALE 6 room cottage, bath,
toilet, 3 blocks from post office on
N. Church street. Price $2250. Hart
& Muller. 288 Oregon bldg. a
FOR SALE 5 room house all furn
ished, lot 60x170. 325 S. 16th Sa
lem, Or. - al03
FOR SALE Fruit rfarm consisting of
; 10 acres more or less, in Morning
side addition to Salem, on South
12th street. Two houses on place.
The home place is a 5 room bunga
low, modern - except furnace, has
hot and cold water, electric lights,
bath, etc. Has a fine view overloog
ing the valley and city. AU house
hold goods and farming implements
go with the place, also horse, cow
and chickens. Ill health the reason
for selling; no agents. Address on
. .mail box in front of place. Rt. 5,
box 40, Salem, Or., Mode Reedy
FARM 4 SALE
120 acres with good buildings, all
. in crops, oil Howell" Prairie. The
best farm land in Marion county.
See us about this. It's worth your
while. John H. Scott Realty Co. 228
Oregon bldg. nlOl
FOR SALE Choice 20 acres close
in, good Improvements, bearing or
chard; a snap at $7000. F. L. Wood
841 State St. , " nlOl
226 ACRE FARM FOR SALE
Nearly all in cultivation and grow
ing crop, complete equipment in
cluding tractor; on Howell Prairie
9 miles east of Salem. Close to pav
ed road and graveled to place. Mm.
L. Bechtel, Rt. 7, box 142A. blOO
FOR SALE : 5 acres .good timber
land South of city, 3-4 mile from
carline, 3 room house, good well; a
few fruit trees and berry vines. $1,
800 cash If taken at once. Phone
2033M noon or evenings. blOO
FOR SALE By owner 20 acres, 15
in high state of cultivation, 5 acres
prunes, 3 strawberries, 4 acres
gooseberries; fair buildings, on good
road 4 miles out; one team and
harness, 1 cow, 1 buggy and har
ness, 1 farm and 1 fruit wagon, all
farm Implements; Immediate pos
; session. Price $8500. Write box 122,
Rt. 2, Salem, Or. n
CHOICE close in berry land, 10 acros
located Just outside city limits,
blocks from Center St. carline on
asylum road, all cultivated; pos
session at once. Price $3500, good
terms. 8.11 acres adjoining tho
above land, black loam, all raady
for planting. Price $2800. Haw
kins and Roberts, 05 Oregon bldg.
Phone 1427. b
For Sale Miscellaneous.
FOR SALE Canary singer, with or
i without cage. Inquire 660 Union
FOR SALE No. 10 Victrola, almost
new, $95. 645 Ferry St. apartment
29. . clOO
PRIVATE SALE Going" out of busi
ness, will sell all in a lump, or piece
mv new and secondhand goods,
walnut hall trees, ranges, bicycles,
harness, office desk and chairs,
couches, talking machines, sewing
machines, Taber organ walnut case,
many other things, come eany. tfo
S. 12th St.
POTATOES I have, 35 sacks good
seed potatoes at 6c per lb. at farm.
C. C. Russell, phone 3F3. ' d
ALL kinds of cut flowers, potted
plants and Terns. Greenhouse 1298
S. 13th street. Phone 1250W. dll7
FOR SALE Cash and carry grocery
store doing good business in good
locality; living rooms in building.
3-X Journal.- !
For Sale Livestock.
FOR SALE Chester White pigs. $1
a piece; . they're huskies; also 12
choice White Leghorn hens, $1.75
a piece, including cockerel, from
heavy laying strain,' and a 500-gal-
Ion wooden tank $7. John BaUey,
Phnna 44F32. elOl
FOR SALE One grey horse 6 years
old, weight 14p0 lbs, without flaw;
one bay horse 8 years old, weight
1000. Both to be sold at once. Call
Ace garage, Independence, ur. m-
FOR SALE One span Percheron
. black mares, weight about 3000
lbs. G. E. Thomas, Stayton, Rt. 2.
' , -el05
MILK cows for sale, r Phon
morninps and evenings.
FOR SALE; 7-year old mare, weight
1000 lbs., good saddls or driving
horw. Phone 2026W. e!02
WANTED Horse that will work in
plow, single or double. Call J6F
.. ft ' ilOO
FOR SALE il young ewes with $9
early lamba Hawkins & Roberts.
20S Oregon blag.
FOR SALE Fine driving horse, rub
ber tired buggy fld fine harness,
worth $400. price $176. Phone 29
F3. H: W. Bowden.
WALLBOARD" can be used over
lath and papered or tinted. Max O.
Buren. 179 N. Com'l. c
$?T J T
or bale Nursery Suxk.
!A.Mt4) 1500 lot.miw.rrv
t hoRe 'fj after
-"ut.iuii plants ui any omii-
my. .ciierrjere l'l tv.ii...
Progressive Everbearing, Trebla.
Lady .GoshweU, Wilson. Thrifty
well rooted plants. Low quantity
prices, -also loganberry. Mammoth
and Himalaya blackberry plants,
fresh garden seeds. Citv delivery.
art K. Richardson, .2395 Front.
Phone 494. a
THE famous Etterburg lit straw-
rrjr plants. Dest canner and ship
per. A very heavy producer .when
not exhausted raising plants. Vig
rous healtfiy plants. Quantity
prices. Ward K; Richardsom 2395
ETTERBERG 121 strawberry plants
t-w wv, , y uaun 9 0. 1 . u.
zn; saiem. Or. - a
FOR SALE Individual lettuce plants
uuu cauliflower, Kt. 7
box 38. Phone 1786W3. W. H. H
Podge. . dioi
HIGH grade Rhode Island Red eggs
iur mucning, fi per dozen. 1402 N.
16th. - . - fi 11
E.GGS Rhode Island Reds, large
dark red. stock secured from best
pens; in four states; settings $1.60,
hundred $7.60. Phone- 1788W2, C."
A. Ratcliff, Rt. 6. fioi
FOR RENT Large, pleasant rooms
uy uay. Mrs. L. K. Page, phone
1186. 492 N. Cottage St. 1101
ANTED To rent 5
nouse. Phone 979.
FOR RENT 3 furnished hr.uoli,..
- - -
im5. 1U01113, on nrst.iioor. No. 674
N. 15th St. near Marion St fall
evenings and mornings. Iioi
FOR RENT Nice apartment at The
miner. - uni
Kil.NT My home at 1258 R
Commercial, for board and room.
WANTED To rent modern 6 or f
room nouse. Phone 1477. 1101
WANTED Will pay $5 for infor
mation that enables me to rent de
sirable five or six room house. Box
nuuse capital Journal. 1109
OFFICE- rooms for rent, steam heat,
splendid janitor service. 206 Ore-
gon oidg. Phone 1427
FOR RENT Furnished downtown
sleeping room for gentlemen, steana
heat, by the month. Phone 1427.
2U5 Oregon bldg.
FOR RENT Nine room home Kiom
pieteiy ana wen furnished one
block north post office. Mrs. Paul
Ine Josse. 332 N. Church St. 100
FOR SALE 7 passenger touring car.
has run less than 80,000 miles, is
in first class condition. Price $450.
Phone 192 or call at 164. S. Com'l
FOR SALE 1917 Ford roadster in
good condition, good tires; 1914
Ford touring car, overhauled, new
top; a classy bug type Moline road
ster cheap; one light trailer. 170
S. 12th St. Cherry City garage.
SEE the Johnsons Electrio Automo
bile signal before buying. Will be
on display at the Capital Garage,
173 Liberty St. about May 1. 101
FOR SALE Late model Ford, looks
and runs like new; must sell. 2180
N. 6th street. qlOl
FOR SALE Truck bed suitable for
a 1-ton truck. Phone 734 or call at
271 N. Commercial. ql00
FOR SALE 2 1-ton Ford trucks,
worm drives, 6-inch solids in rear,
. and mechanically perfect. These
trucks go at a sacrifice. For further
Information phone 867 ask for Mr
1 8-4 TON REO truck for sale, bar
' gain if taken-at once, inquire 355
Chemeketa street, Salem, Or. ql08
FOR SALE Trailer. 688 S. 25th. q!05
IS your car hard to start? Does your
motor give trouble? Try -Fair
Grounds Garage, phone 808. M. J.
Jackson, prop. Will tow your car.
Our work guaranteed. qlOw
FORD SEDAN, LATH
MODEL. TERMS TO SUIT
WIRE WHEELS, LOTS OF PBP
2 1919 MAXWELLS
GOOD AS NEW. SNAP
1918 MAXWELL A SNAP '
TERMS TO SUIT
1917 MODEL MAXWELL
; READY TO RUN -
- OSCAR B. GINGRICH
$71 COURT ST.
Lost and Found.
SMALL flat boat picked up on the
river at West Salem. W. B. Gerth.
LOST Present address or Charles
Faulkner, was band master. Reward
H Wyatt. Longbranch. Wash. k!02
TEACHER wanted for rural district
No. 124 for 1920-21; state salary
wanted, experience, references to
accompany petition. About 10 pu
pils to teach. Rt. 3, Turner, Or.,
Harvey Wilson. "glOZ
WAXTED-Lady help for kitchen. 223
N. Com. St. KlOl
W A NT E IBo y over 16 years old to
carry Capital Journal route paying
between $35 and $40 a month. Ap-
ply circulation manager.
WORKING , foreman . with family
wants work on ranch. Box Fore
man, care Journal. hlOO
WANTED Salem firm wishes good
responsible bookkeeper. Please ad
dress C care Capital Journal, giving
WANTED Bicycle, uecojndhand,
good condition, reasonable price.
Box 26 Journal. 1 H01
CONTRACT work with tractor. Ad
dress Fred Hecker, Gervais, Or.
W. BEAVER well driller, one mils
east of fairground. Phone 10Frj
For Sale Wood.
WOOD FOR SALE First class 16
lnch and 4-foot wood, strictly cash.
Office at 305 8. Church St, phone
1542, Fred E. Wells. ee
WOOD for sale, 16-inch and 4 foot
old fir. Phone 98lM. Ub
Safety Razor Blades.
SAFETY razor blade sharpening ma
chine, first Installed at A. B. 8UW
art Repair Shop, $47 Court St
THE .CAPITAL JOURNAL
Aw.t.a ot n-r bottom Uad
H what it is worth, 5 miles or Sa-
, v i
iu acre rann, i acres m Prunes. 2
acres ..loganberries and family or-1
roam house, $800.
2H-ton luck runs like new,-must
be sold. .
Howard & Satterlee
Phone 117. 404 Ferry St. M02
- U. S. GARAGE
The' usedr center. 554 Ferry St.
Here are -sotne real bargains:
5 passenger '1 Ford $185 1
5 passenger '15 Ford $29
5 passenger-'19 Ford $525
Roadster '18 Ford l ui, . ' '
5 passenger 'IT Dodge $TTS
5 passenger '17 25 Buick. $425
S passenger '17 Maxwell $450
7 passenger 1 Hudson $750
t passenger Reo $175 ' '
5 pasengr Overland $350
6 passenger Studcbaker $250 :
I Scudebaker bug A-l 27S "
1 Chalmers-Detroit $375 . ?
1 Auburn chassis $160
I G..M C truck $650 "m . -
1 Form truck $225 "" . , ".
Some terms and trade.
If you have any car trouble trv our
repair ijepartment Time and nionev
savers- tin Ford cars.
- ... .U.. S. Garage . ,
j . Th Used Car Center
Phone 1752. 654 Ferry St. 100
. , Real Investments.
40 aeres, $8 cultivated. 3 in bearing
prunes, partly seeded, close to town,
good buildings. $5250. Terms. .
. 160 acres, 30 cultivated, dandy
stock ranch, lots of out ranee. Ksnn
Good $4000 buy on Stat street
Estes & Magee. -
' 428 Oregon Bldg. Salem.
Portland office. Chamber of Com
5 ACRE SUBURBAN HOME
2 miles from Salem, best of soil
and all under cultivation, plowed
and partly planted to potatoes,
about Vi acre orchard; good six
room house, dutch kitchen, with
water; good barn, chicken house
and pen, new garage. On good hard
surfaced road. The hens on this
place lay eggs by the crate. So dont
overlook this fine buy for $3500
cash or less will handle. W
-' have others.
S. R. Pearson & Peed
405 Oregon bldg. Phone 43.
4 room house, city water, lights,
basement, 5 blocks from car; $1000,
$200 cash, balance terms to suit
6 room house, water, lights and
plastered, less than 1 block from car;
$1100, $100 cash.
6 rooms, plastered, city water,
lights, bath, good garden spot; $1200,
7 rooms, water, lights, furnace,
plastered ; large lot, fruit, on good
street, Including furniture, $4000.
rooms and bath, modern, on grav-.
el street, small basement. $3200.
60 acres all in cultivation, 22 acres
in fruit and berries; 10 room modern
house, 2 good barns, garage, all in
good condition; 1 miles from Pa
cific highway and , on gravel road;
' 95 aeres all in cultivation on a good
road, close to town; 40 acres in prunes
7 room house and large barn, well
and spring. $12,500, naif cash.
80 acres in prune district, on good
road, 20 acres in bearing prunes, 3
in loganberries, some apples, etc; 4
room house, good barn, new dryer
with equipment Priced to. sell or will
trade for land- in Canada.
6 acres adjoining city limits on
pavement; 3 in iogans, best river
bottom; $5500,, or will rent to right
6 acres all . In cultivation, on main
road t V miltts out, some bearing
fruit; 170; -tumm.
80 acres good land, 66 in cultiva
tion, 25 timber; k mile from small
town with high school; fenced but no
buildings. $9000, terms.
66 acres all cultivated, fair build
ings, paved road, close to city. This
must be sold at once and Is offered
at less .than market price. See me at
341 State street. n
FOR SALE 160 acres; one of the
finest improved farms in the Wil
lamette vaUiy, IIS acres seeded to
fall wheat and red clover, balance
pasture with some" timber; all fenc
ed with woven wire. The soil is the
very best. Price with crop, for a
short time, $112 per acre,' Vt cash
balance 5 years at 6 percent.
Hart & Muller .
208 Oregon bldg. - n
SNAPS IN SMALL ACREAGES
On Garden road, 6 acres of excel
lent land, some fruit,' new barn and
chicken house. $3250.
2V4 acres, good 8 room plastered
house, new barn and chicken house.
Some logans and other berries, fami
ly fruit in' good condition. $3250.
6 14 acres all cleared, 2 acres In
cheat some prunes, apples and cher
ries, good hog house, and well. No
other buildings. Price $1500.
5 acres close in, 4 Vs cleared, shack
16x16, -small barn; 1 McCormack
mower, hay rake, harrow, 1 Oliver
nlow. wacon, heifer with calf, with
crop on 5 acres adjoining goes for
$2500. This is some snap. $1000 cash.
6 acres, 85 fruit trees, some berries
and lumber enough to build a 4 room
10 acres near Marlon. $1000.
Will give good terms on all prop
erties listed. '
John H. Scott Realty Co.
228 Oreeon bldg. nlOl
HOUSES WANTED ,
IF TOU WANT TO SELL. TOUR
wnT-!7T.IST WITH ITS. WE
ARE MAKING A SPECIALTY OF
SELLING CITY PROPERTY AND
nAisi r.TTARANTRE QUICK RE
SULTS. BRING OR MAIL, YOUR
R. B. DORNEY
329 Oregon bldg. Phone 951.
6 REAL BARGAINS
$2100, $500 down, balance like rent.
A 4 'room shingle bungalow 4 years
old, east front, paved street ..base
ment, near carline, good lot:
$1600, $1000 down, will take an
other "neat newly painted 4 room
bungalow with sleeping porch, paved
street, walks In, wood shed, a few
nice young fruit trees, east front
blocks from .street car, east Salem
$3500, $1000 will let you enter this
home as your own. You can park
your car in front of the house on a
paved street or drive it into the gar
age as you like, and have ( nice rooms
to use for your happiness and com
fort, not far out.
$1500. $:l0 down and easy terms
on" the balance, will buy a7 room
plastered house and I lots In West
Salem. Good location.
$3500, $1500 down, or a small cheap
house valued to $1000 and $500. cash
will handle a 6 room modern bunga
low, double basement on paved
street, near car line.
- $3500 will buy one of the nicest I
room bungalows with several good
lots on pave dstreet This has furn
ace, fireplace and is thoroughly mod
ern. A. L. Seamster Realty Co.
Phone 853. n
OAT Meal Paper. 26-Inch tan, extra
special, I4e double roll. Mas O.
Buren, J7 N. ComX a
10 acres on Garden road. acres'.
best logans in vicinity. 1 acres black !
hprrisa uhmit ?u h.M
and Royal Anne cherries, about u u'nii .tiwv 1. i.txch
19 yrais uia; uaiance seeaea to grain.
House, barn and good well. A money
making investment. Price $6250.
4 acres close in on Garden road, 2
acres full bearing orchard, some ber
ries and truck garden. Good house,
barn and chicken bouses. Price $5590.
88 acres, about 45 acres river bot
tom. 1 acre peaches.', 7 years old;
good S .room bouse and large barn
tia stanchions for cows), fine silo
and milk, house, I good wells, about
or S acres oak timber and pasture,
10 acres growing grain, about 7 acres
alfalfa, balance ready' for planting.
Price $9000, $300 cash.
i acres ciose In on paved and trav
eled road. J acres bearing family or
chard, K acre strawberries; balance
ready for planting. Good new i room
house and barn. A home liko subur
ban" homes $3800. . -". -
Lot 80x154 ODDOslta Bush on Mis
sion street. A good lot close In. Price
$700. , . :
Good lot 48x148 on best street West
Salem. $300. . - -
List your property with us at reas
onable value and wo will investigate
and sell it.
Oregon Land Co.- -
44 State street. ' : b
25 acre fruit tract 1U miles from
town, 16 -bearing prunes, S bearing
cherries; good bungalow, good barn,
good dryer. Snap. $10,500.
S acres 14 mile from city limits.large
bouse, barn, orchard; only $4200.
40 acres T miles from Salem, rock
road. 17 acres bearing prunes, also
other fruits, good buildings and dry
er. $16,800, terms.
24 acres ( miles from Salem, halt
In cultivation; bargain. $2400.
640 acre farm southern Oregon, on
Pacific highway, i set buildings: 200
In cultivation. $40 per acre, will ex
change for property near Salem.
If you want to buy or sell see us.
Perrine & Marsters.
' $11-1$ Com, club bldg. n"
good House and farm buys
6 room modern cottage $1200.
4 room modern bungalow $1800
I room cottage, 2 good lots $2000
5 room modern close In, $2000
6 room modern bungalow $2500
7 rooms, sightly location, $2500
6 room excellent modern bunga
7 room, modern. Church St. $3200
7 room strictly modern, close $5000
10 acres improved bearing orchard
Terms given on all these.
See us for orchards, farms, large
Wo are in business to stay and are
In a position to show you the right
kind for the right price; 2 cars at
your service. List It with us.
S. K. Pearson & Peed
405 Oregon bldg. Phone 43. n
10 acres of good dark bottom soil,
some fruit, small buildings. Price $2,-
5 acres of good prune asd berry
soil, all plowed ready to set. lTice
68 acre farm located S miles from
Salem, all cultivated and In crop, 8
room house and barn, good dark pral
rie soil. Price $175 per acre.
1 acre located close in, small house.
well, some fruit. Price $1000.
105 acres located on the Garden
road, this side of Swegle school; near'
ly all in crop. Price $300 per acre.
4.81 acres located south of Salem
close to highway. Price $1360.
5 acres bearing cherry orchard,
hard road, good location. Price $2200
,67 acre tract, 6 acres 6-year old
prunes, house and barn. Price $3500.
9 3-4 acre tract, 8 room modern
house, barn, bearing walnuts, cher
ries, apples,' pears. Located close to
carline, sightly location. Price $14,
000. 10 acres of first class land located
east of Salem on main road, all culti
vated and in crop. Price $2800.
10 acres of bearing Italian prunes,
7 and 9 years old. Price $6000.
10 acres prunes, cherries and pears
located on main Pacific highway, 4
miles south of Salem, Price $5500.
108 acre farm, 100 acres cultivated
and mostly In crop, good buildings,
good road. Price $12,000.
160 acre farm, 100 acres cultivated,
house and barn, stock. Price $16,000
320 acre farm, 150 acres cultivat
ed, located 12 miles from Salem,
buildings. Price $60 per acre.
20 acres located close In, 5 acres
prunes, 8 acres apples, cherries, 6
room house, electric lights, barn,
sightly location, gpod street. Price
E room bungalow, good location.
8 room house at 1010 Oak street,
6 room bungalow on paved street,
east front, large lot Price $8000.
3-4 acre located "dose to carline.
good 7 coom plastered house. Price
$3250, $7o0 down, balance terms. .
W. H. Grabenhorst & Co..,
275 Slate street. n
JOHN H. SCOTT REALTY CO. Es-u
tablished 1893. We have good buys
In, houses and farms. See us today
for reliable properties, prices right.
- 228 Oregon bldg. " - n
BIG VALUES IN FARM LANDS
;, 22 ACRE DAIRY EQUIPPED
This Is positively the biggest sac-'
rlflce near Salem, today. 22 Mi acres
of good, dark, productive soil locat
ed only 4 miles from the state house,
on good gravel road. 18 acres in cul
tivation and the balance Is pasture.
Family orchard. Woven wire fenc
ing. Fair 4 room house and new barn
$6 bl 60 nearing completion. Good
hen house, garage and necessary out
buildings. 6 fine cows, mostly Jerseys,
good team, driving horse, good wa
gon, buggy, plow, cultivator, cream
separator, about 30 chickens, calf,
heater and telephone. Everything Is
Included with this farm at 14500. Ex
elusive sale. A change to make some
easy money If you act at once.
. FINE GRAIN FARM '
185 acres of excellent soli located
6n main highway being paved. About
7 miles from Salem and is only 1
mile from station. 56 acres of river
bottom , with about half In cultiva
tion. A total of 105 acres of the farm
Is .cultivated , and is mostly . In fine
crAp.- Neat 5 room house built about
4 years, and barn 40 by 60. This Is a
fine place and you get z norses, 4
good- cows, tmower, rake, about 30
chickens, seed, feed, etc., with the
farm at $19,000. -
i Kinney- & Smith.
201 Bank of Commerce bldg. a
STOVES rebuilt and repaired. 60
ye"ars experience; Depot National
and American fence, sizes 26 to 6?
Inches high. Paints, oil and varn
ishes, etc., loganberry and hot
hooka Salem Fence and Stovf
. Work JSO Conrt street. Phon 19'
Why Sell for Less. "
WE will pay you mora cash for your
household good. Get our bid be
fore you sell. Peoples Furnitur
and Hardware Store. 271 N. Com
nwelal street. Phone 714.
SALEM BCAVATtlER Garbage aad
refuse of all kinds removed on
monthly contracts at reasonable
- rates. Cess pools cleaned. Dead anl-f--.li
removed. Office phone Mala
' 1IT -VVstt-ka fHXiZ.
DBS. WHITE and
rx nhona S34
physician and surgeon, 403-4 Ore
gon bldg. Res. phone 6SF5. 104
FARM LOANS Any amount. Low
rates. Full repayment privileges
Very prompt service. Ask about our
20-year loans at S per cent Haw
kins & Roberta, 205 Oregon bldg
MARION-POLK National Farm Loan
Asa'a. Government money to loan
at 6 H percent 80$ Salem Bank of
Commerce. W. D. Smith.
Money to Loan.
' Ob good real estate security '
THOS. K. FOR.D
Over Ladd Bush Bank, Salem, Ore
EALEM WATER COMPANI Offic
corner Commercial and Trade fit
Bill payable monthly la advance
Money to Loan.
Federal Farm Loans
Any amount Lone time.
IH And I percent Interest
City building leans. .
A. C. Bohrnstedt.
4(1 Masonic Temple. Salem. Orego
DR. ALBERT R. MILLER Optoma-trist-optloian,
eyea thoroughly ex
amined, glasses made and fitted
II 0-1 1 U. 8. bank. Phone 141.
(TCv CHEMEKETA Udge No. 1
meets every Wednesday
evening at 7:30 at I. O. O. F. hall.
KNIGHTS OF PTTHIAB meet at Mo
Comack hall on every Tuesday a
8. J. L. Tucker, C. C; P. J. Kuata
K. R. & a
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem
bly No. 84 meets every Thursday al
p. m. In I. O. O. F. hell. P. An-
dresen, M. A; A. A. Oueffroy, aeo-
retary, Salem. Qr.
TEAM, Auto Truck and- Delivery
Drivers Union No. 110 meet ever;
Wednesday evening at the Labor
Temple, 8 0 clock.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
Oregon Grage camp No. 1360 meet
6very Thursday evening In McCor
nack hall. Elevator service. Oracle,
Mrs. Carrie E. Bunn, 848 Union Bt
recorder. Flora Nelson, 71$ Nort
W. O. W. SALEM CAMP 118 Meets
everv Frldav nlaht at 8 o'clook In I
McCornack hall, cor. Court and Lib
erty St. Visiting Woodmen welcome.
C. D. Ross, C. C; L. S. Geer, clerk
"WALLPASTE" perfect for , paper
hanging, no cooking. Max O. Bur
en, 179 N. Com'l. a
WALL paper 85o double roll and up.
MaxO. Buren. 179 N, Com'l. m
Grain : Wheat No. 1 $1.00; feed
oats 85c; milling oats 85c; cheat hay
$2223; oat hat $ 2 4 2 5 ; clover hay
$25 26; mill run $48.
Butterfat: Butterfat 6$; creamer;
butter 6263o. -
Pork, veal and mnttoat Pork ot foei
16 ftc; veal fancy 21c; steers llo;
spring lambs 16Hc; cows 7 9c; ewes
8c; sheep, yearling 13c.
Dressed pork llo.
Eggs and poultry: Eggs cash 33c;
light hens, 28 30c; heavy hens llo
NOTICE OF MEETING
of Stockholders of Sulcm Fruit Union
Notice is hereby given that, pur
suant to a resolution of the board of
directors of the Salem Fruit Union,
a special meeting of the stockholders
of the Union will be held in the prin
cipal office of the Union In the Sa
lem Fruit Union building at the cor
ner of High and Trade streets in Sa
lem, Oregon, on the first day of May,
1920, at the hour of ten o clock In the
forenoon for the purpose of electing
two members of the board of direct
ors, and for the purpose of consider
ing and acting upon a. proposition
to sell or transfer the entire assets
of the union, and for the transaction
of any and all business necessary or
desirable in connection therewith.
April 21, 1920.
FRANK GIBSON, President
W. I. Stalty, Secretary.
Shantung Should Worry Her
She Has Problems of Her Own
if feSf -M,
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little Mothers of Japan are
- Confronted with Worries
Which Y. W. C A is Try
ing to Lighten.
APAN it not all cherry bJosmcu
for the little child nurses who
patter about all day lone in their
wooden shoes with their tiny charges
trapped to their backs. Nor is ft a
bed of roses for their big sisters who ,
work from twelve to sixteen hours a ''
day, seven days a week, in the fac
tories, and live in crowded, unsani
tary dormitories, where a system of
day and night shifts keeps the beds
constantly occupied months on end
Almost seveny per cent of factory
workers in Japan are female opera
tives, most of them young girls,
The frightful conditions under which
these women work are sapping the
ttality of Japan's womanhood.
")rhe Y. W. C A. of America ha
taken trp the cause of the industrial
girls of the Far East The National
Ponventioa of the organization, to
frtiw .car J . 7
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old roasters 154 lie; springs 23.
Vegetables: On.ons per pound eel
celery do. $1.75; potatoes, TajUm
Sc Oresron 6 Vic; strawberries $5.09;
beets per sack $2; turnips per sacls
$3.75; carrots per sack $1.25; parsnipe
per sack $3.50; spinach lOo lb.; r
tshes 40a dot.
Fruit: Oranges $5.80f 7.00; lemon
$5.60 6; bananas 11c; honey extract
20c; bunch beets 45c; cabbage 6o;
head lettuce $1.85; carrots 45c; as
paragus 18c; cauliflower $2 dom.;
red peppers , zSo lb; rhubarb o
peas 15c lb.
Retail prices; Eggs dcten 7ai
creamery butter 68 70c; country but
ter 60c; flour hard wheat $3.25 $.45
soft wheat $3 90.
Portland. April 26. Cattle firmer;
Receipts 1604; grain and pulp fca
steers $12.5015.50; choice $11.6
12.20; good to choice $10.5011.50;
medium to good $9.5O10.50; fair tO
good $8.75 9.58; common to fair
$7.50 8.59; choice cows and heifers)
$1111.50; good to choice $10.26
11.00; medium to good $8.7510.25;
fair to medium $7.508.76; eannere
$5.507.50; bulls $6.008.50; prime
light carves $15.0017. 00; medium
light $10.9915.O0; heavy it.uow
16.00; Blockers and feeders $7,619
Hogs weak; receipts 2399; prime
mixed $16.25 1.75; medium $15.75
16.25; rough heavy $12.081.BO;
pigs $12.50 15.59.
Sheep weak; receipts 1071; spring
lambs $17,001.0; light valley
$15.75017.00; heavy $14.25015.761
common to medium $11614.60; year
lings $16.0016.00; wethers $14,690
15.25; ewes $1014.
Portland, Or., April 26. Cubee ex
tra 56e; parchment wrapped box
lots 60c; cartons 61c; halt boxes o
more, less than boxes lo more;
butterfat 6960o f. o. b. station; (1
Poultry and Egg.
Portland, Or., April 26. Eggs sell
ing price case count 38 39c; buying
price case count 38c: selling price
candled 40c; selected candled in oar
Poultry: Hens 32 35c; broilers 40c;
turkeys 60c; geese nominal; ducks
Wheat $2.20; barley, rolled $79
71; oats $64.60; corn No. 3 yel
low $6769.60; mill run $4647.
Portland $30; alfalfa $34; grain $27;
clover $30; soft wheat 60c premium.
hard 70c premium.
Hay: Buying price, timothy f. o. D.
Portland $30; alfalfa $33; grain $28
Poultry: Hens 8438o; broilers 48
45c; rooBters 16c; turkeys dressed
58c; geese 22 25c; ducks 49
$65.00 bid; corn No. 8 yellow $749
Wheat and MIU Stuff a
Wheat: $2.20; barley $70; oata
$28.00; alfalfa $33; grain $30.00;
Hay! Buying price, ralley timothy
mixed cars $42 ton; rolled barley I7
cheat $22; clover $30; pats and vetch,
Millstuffs: Prices f.o.b. mill, eltj
artage $1 extra. Mill run, ear Iota a
mixed cars $48 ton; rolled barley $71
rolled oats $66.60; ground barley $71
cratch feed $80.
Corn whole $66; eraekod $68.
While potato prices remain station
ary at Seattle, It is noticed that the de
mand is being lessened as a result of
t he partial boycott.
CiASS AD IT AND SELL IT
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meet m CTevetand" from tfie 13th to
the 20th of April, will consider future
clans for carrying on this work, in;
view of the report to be given byi
Miss MWii Waehai, National Secre-;
tary of Japan, who will tell the
twenty-five hundred delegates about '
the results already accomplished in ,
btrtlding dormitories, establishing i
clubs, and arousing the interest of x
the Government in the problem ft i
the industrial woman. t
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