Ai 1 ' Ai,- t I .A,v" . - t a- ii ini.Jrtiiin 7. S . tortious 5 cenu; one one month 20 cents; t j cents, ,onth 12 cents; nim- " , 9-. wnts. Ptartion only in N Today. iirS -h in advance and not tak c,jr au ca- unless advertUilfr has a .wv Pacu"t. No allowance for .rrors. i NEW TODAY. eith f',tti"v fact), a 1. Ballard stra in Kent Bros.. fl2:5 i-iS-r-r-rTi ..ii.l-oak dining room ; i wue f?-rhc ii - , . J WW expanse foe Salem Property. ' o r re Journal. ; nt20 It J " ' : .iSni roInis365- BeUevue street jT-cviSHED rpoin. ijui w -"" - "j 21S-N. Liberty St. over tsrew '."" niff store. . J150 We have about SEED PUi-ii"r-r- fifteen sacks left that we will sell 7 four cents. Mangis Bros, 542 Tour cem. stite St. rnone in. -v - ... iri n SrS" "ALEKrooil sows to farrow this month. $30 and up. Also some bill nisrs. all sizes, $5 and up. L. F. Hill. Kt. 8 Phone SSF4. box. 125. Salem, Or. el23 TTZiitA auto tire Silver Creek iils road. Phone 93F5. Reward. ' VOIR "heck is reaav for yu J twn minutes, when you take i it your 11S cream to Hazelwood. . re- rry . .... nqiMtionta Che ritv Garaire, 170 S. l?th St. fOR SALE 5 acres 2 H miles from Salem, bearing fruit, buildings. J.I.- - 500 with horse and implements, $3, 2Q0 for place alone, Owner care - Journal. 18 QgTButter box containing butter, i Mnthoa nnd new overalls. Kindly leave at Roth grocery. Reward. 118 r.' ... it i a ......... i,i,ca j:r.i,. A FOR SALE 6 room house $600; 4 room house $900. For rent, 2 room house. F. L. Wood, 341 State St. 120 jjOST Auto crank Saturday between Liberty store and Salem Bank of Commerce. Please leave at Journal office or phone 674 R.; 118 EQUITY in 160- acres to trade for car. balance $458. easy terms. Box A B care Capital Journal. n HOUSEKEEPING., apartments at the Cottle, 343 Vi N.' Com'l; Under new ' management. 118 MOOSE bonds issued July 1, 1912, by.Cherry City lodg-e No. 49 Loyal Order of Moose, will be redeemed for $10 flat upon presentation or mailing by registered mail to Unit ed States National bank, Salem, '. Oregon, Agent for trustee of bond holders. 118 FOR SALE Classy bug, must be sold this week, $350.; late mochl Ford touring like new $450; Ford bugs ami bug bodies; 1918 Chevro- let.-187 S. Liberty St. 1 18 OAKLAND LIGHT SIX Late model, looks and runs like new oar, tires are very good. Easy terms. Phone . Adums. 361. 0,119 .LOST Fisk tire on rim, 32x3, on "Kola hill between Salem and Dal las Saturday afternoon. Notify E. C, Kirkpntrick, box 277, Albany, or Dallage Garage, Dallas. Liberal re ward. kl'20 SPECIAL BARGAIN Will sell new furniture of five room house as a whole; not at once. Appointment by box 39W Capital Journal. cll WOOD cutters wanted, man to help or wilt let contract, good timber. Fhone 8F3. Salem. gl20 FOR SALE Month old Black Minor ca baby chickens; also Black Mi norca eggs. 454 Hood St. 118 WANT To rent small furnished house or suite of rooms. Address box O ; A Capital Journal or phone 110. 119 0R SALE 6 room house for gale ' at 217 Richmond ave. Call after tioon or evening.' a!21 FOR SALE Water system, 600 gal. tank with complete outfit, except engine, $150. See Petersen, 228 Ore gon bklg. . cl20 -A. ... " FOR SALE Tresdnle dog, 11 months old, thoroughbred, $10. 823 Nortfi el20 run hal.k Jersey cow, 5 years old, goori milker, high test, $80' 57F2, .. call after 4 o'clock. e!20 1'OR SALE 5 room bungalow, 2 large lots $1650. Box C care Jour nal. FOR SALE Grain and vetch hav for sale, not baled, $21. State- training Binuoi tor boys. 120 I'OR RENT Two furnished rooms for housekeeping. 1040 Leslie St. 113 WANT IjD At'dtico U'nman fr cratiuc. al house work, no washing. $65 per tnonth. Phone 2f9l.T. irl!n 'n SAUb. Classy bungalow, six rooms and bath on main floor, base ment cemented and partitioned for summer kitchen and laundry room, iwo attic rooms, one finished, oth er can be made into an ideal sleep ing porch, 1V4 blocks from State wet. Call at 217 Richmond avc. anernoons or evenings. a!20 S,ALK Jersey cow, very gen "rich milker. Tel. 736J. e!20 WANTEU Fifty to seventy five "node Island or Plymouth Rock cmckens, six to eight weeks old. Wod strain. What's your prise? Ad wess L. K. LeFurgy, Marion Hotel "r Monmouth Ofchard Co., Mon- ;"'""ii. nr. 1 1 a In, k u , , r: "-AljL'' Dodge roadster, looks ihe new, perfect condition. Price "'") i la. Sa em Velie- 162 Jf. company, 118 Commercial St. RPn ':' STOCK CAUSING DEI', tn, DATiNS The Litchfield pas 'ure in the Oak Lodge addition is ng a great deal of trouble on er-nunt of cattle having almost no rmg, owing to the drouth. There m V ,ost no fences, in some plac rs a wire and hoH i . lrsts t0 8Ul'Port them, and the "'wk some eio-ht ... v.... j h i. rB'it or ten neaa. n.irp irnra br,'akiS out and gracing: on sufferer haS thirty Y""" whw,t hM tfered from their depredations them V,i'l.8everal times had to drive iuto ,h 8 tand and Put them back 'o the Litchfield pasture. The 4am- ,to his W'" 18 estimated ' on its hands, an all thetiroper- Vi?n l.nsUie tne limits. It i s'lnst state and city laws Tor cat JourLirun l00s,e 'n the city. The "rna! report that Mr. Earl 'turn ine cows loose." is an error, as Gili f'I1 vrents 'he land of R. W. 1"" Wafn fSS bee" fiBhtinS t0 W Wlice I ir1m staging stock. The bi e,L , ? been annoyed to death trlBlPlaint" in the ak Lode " vintil '5e "Predations of the hira .v5 1ck and fInJ " useless to Is n back int0 a Pasture that Nt f. Pn snfenced much hLch the owners charge so much Per head for each animaL its T;tion n res" ZB9 ln cu,u" fen' 1 ,n.'1,' good road; well thrw. ,rn 8 roora house, large 'in,iiv inbarn 10 acres ot prunes Prie.t,r?hard h. Possession. Urn, i " an "ere, $5009 cash- f o PtLc"nl ther good buys, f 5 0rt5 PEARSO PEED "regon bldg. n NFAV TODAY. A-NThO Sume one to raise Trt-'a-la strawberry plants on shares on , contract. Plants furnished. Ward K, Richardson, 'SSS Front street ' Phone 494 or I267M. n-,t .vu o.niM acres. IS in eulii- L'nD t? I r 1 ' a .- . , 11 plenty or family fruit. Lo- cated 3 mues from city limits. Gooi'roR S,T F ; 4 room house, eleotrif ii,h, . ruK faALi, p0 , - ---- .....,.5, gwu barn. new; crop all in. 6 cows 2 horses, 1 driving horse. ? f . koou wagon, buggy, doa- I en i-iiii-nens, plow, cultivator and all tools; immediate possession Price; $4500 with terms on part, - - jraartsu.x fc PEED 403 Oregon bldg. FOR r-r SALE. For Sale Houses. WANTED Good 5 room bungalow' large lot, paved street, garage or small place on main highway good house, must be bargain for cash Owners only bovBES Capital Jour nal. . .... WOODS BARGAIN. Fine large lot, good house, S. Com mercial St. $3000. Choice 10 acre tract, east of Salem fair buildings, running water, main road. $30. F. L. Wood, 341 State street. ,.,,, WALL, paper Sac double roll and up Max O. Buren, 179 N. Com'l. m - OWN YOUR OWN HOME WB WILL BUILD "TOU A HOME YOU PAT A SMALL PAYMENT DOWN " BALANCE LIKE RENT '- COME IN AND TALK WITH US OFFICE OPEN EVENINGS ' R. B. DORNEY PHONE 951. 329 OREGON bid, a STRICTLY modern close in bunga low, 6 rooms and furnace, 4 blocks from P. o. Possession given in 5 days. If sold this u-nolf liAA T - ... JJU1 lar & faflar, 407 Orego,n bldg. a UK bALE Three room cottage with dutch pantry, large clos, electric lights, city water, fruit room chicken house and yard, large gar den, all kinds of fruit. S. Cottage and Judaon St. Phone 1787W2. al21 FOR SALE Good house at 132o Jet ferson St. almost new. Will sell on easy terms. See F. E. Loose, 226 State St. or phone 933, owner, al!8 $500 DOWN ijz $30 PER MONTH Buys this attractive modern bun galow. Has large living room, dining room, dutch kitchen, three light and airy bedrooms, crammed with huilt In features such as buffets, bookcases, china closets, hard polished, floors, bath, cement basement, fumace.i laun dry trays, wood lift. The total price Is $3200. There is not another like it at this price and terms. Get busy and be the lucky purchaser. R. B. DORNEY . 329 Oregon bldg. Open evenings. Tel. 51. . a FOB SALE A good comfortable house a few fruit trees, barn, well, lot 100x100. $1200, $800 down will handle. If you have $500 or more to build on a 10, 20 or 40 acre tract of land and 5 years at 6 percent to . finish paying for same, you can get it for $100 per acre. ACREAGE to trade for city proper ty. A. L. Seamster, 416 Masonic, n 'WALLPASTE" perfect for paper hanging, no cookfng. Max O. Bur en, 179 N. Com'l. a For Sale Farms. FOR SALE 10 acres good land on rock road, 5 acres Italian prunes, 1 Vi acres logans 8 years old, acre potatoes and garden planted, good family orchard in bearing;- 6 room house, barn, tool house, root house, gas engine, water piped to house and barn; 2 horses, lcow, 2 doa, u chickens, all implements -go with the place. Price $4000; terms. SAWYER & EMMETS' Bayne bldg. Room 3. b!18 FOR SALE 40 acre farm 1H miles to Chemawa. Phone 44F5. bl-22 PECOS valley, Texas, oil found at 600 feet. Many wells drilling. Your opportunity to become independ ent. Five year leases; geological reH ports and abstract of title. Five seres, $50. C. R. Banning, u850 ' Hollywood blvd., Los Angeles. FOR SALE- 10 acres, some fruit trees cheap house and barn, well fenced, small creew. 3 ft miles from Salem. Inquire at Adolph Bros cigar store, 356 State St. 0119 600 ACRE stock ranch, modern build ings, fully equipped, for quick sale $35,000. 80 acres Irrigable cultivated land in Douglas county, $8000. Quarter block Fairmount bill. Excep tional residence location. $1750. A. C. BOHRNSTEDT 401 Masonic Temple, Salem, Or. 119 FOR SALE Highly improved 300 acre farm, 150 seeded to wheat and clover, 100 acres good pasture, bal ance second growth fir; new nine room . bungalow, full coment base ment, furnace, bath, hot and cold water, fine large barn and garage, lots of fruit, hard surface road in front of .farm. Price with crop $80 per acre, terms. Hart & Muller, 208 Orpsron bide. n CH' CE close In berry land, 10 acres oca ted Just outside city limits, blocks from Center St. carllne on asylum road, all cultivated; pos session at once. Price $3500, good terms. 8.11 acres adjoining the " above land, black loam, all ready for planting. Price $2800. Haw kins and Roberts, 205 Oregon bldg. Phone 1427. WALLBOAKD" can be used over lath and papered or tintea. max O. Buren, 179 N. Com'l. v ' c MUTT ANB JEFF fjeff, i wane roaTT4-, LBvtI 5 feQ fT fovR voru.. frToT - . . -4 J wre. ' LZ. rT Waiws owthestatuCOF (yW ucANee Ws wtw H ivTvie wgt-P weiteirov. J -r fi ha.vicm't . ( uberty. do l iMfceeD inc. He if wool 'L C.; ..... .. 1 V I wa amin6 kNovu uMt tHCV Ter RcsKlNtn 4V 1 WAveBeeiUrN ,1 - - V ft WAS too . 1 AY PUN , ... . .1 MAOft TH6 UTTtC jy N W3i 1 FOOT HAft HAW- ' 3 I to waste Awt S op KucwLebte-J Oi , fin&b of -rue , V V Q t it' a K , iH "T5 r- ssiL. trt mi- o -I 'f- ' ' : ; : : tOS SALiii. For Sale Miscellaneous. OH SALE Two ton baled cieat hav -9 ton; one load loose eat - and vetch hay $19. One mile east on pen road, red barn. .n For Sale Nursery Stock. tatoes. Phone 1203.M d!22 STRAWBERRY olanta m nv ,.. my. JClterburz 121. fini.i nr,na Trebla, Lady GoshweU. Wilson. Thrifty well rooted plants. City de livery. Ward K. Richardson, 2S95 Front St. Phone 494. d rOR SALE Four sacks large Gold Com potatoes. Sc pound. John Bai ley, Rt. 9. box 55. Phone 44F32. cll9 inc. lamous iitterburg 121 straw - Derry plants. Best canner and shipper. A very heavy producer when not exhausted raising plants. Vigorous healthy plants. Low pric es in large quantities. Ward K. Richardson, 2395 Front St. d For Sale Livestock. FO RSALE One registered Chester . White sow, 9 pigs 7 -weeks old, and 2 cows; can't take care ot them. Phone 1580R, ell8 FOR SALE Duroe pigs S-weeks old. Phone T1F31. . elis YES, I can use more young calves. C. n X, 1 1 1 .1 in. v.. jvugggn. f nuns ai?a.. - i FOR SALE Light horse; one cow, fresh 4 weeks, good milker and a good test. Phorte 100F3. el2 YOUNG team and harness for sale, 765 N. Liberty. . - ell8 FOR SALE Cows, milkers and to be fresh soon: also haef-cnwR on L from 5 to. .7 p. m, C C. Russell. phone 3F3. e FOR SALE One Chester. White sow and pigs. Phone 14F25. G. H. Mudge, Chemawa. el 18 FOR SALE 1 7-year old brown horse, . true and gentle, work anywhere; also good dairy cow. Call or write Ray Farris, Turner. ell9 For Sale Wood. FOR SALE Second growth fir wood $9.50 per cord, sawed; old fir $10.50. Call 1953. eel26 FOR SALE Second growth fir wootl. nearly dry. Phone 1565M. eel20 AM now ready to receive orders for winter wood, 16-in. old fir $10; large 2d growth, 4 foot $8.50. Phone 981M. - eel20 FOR SALEWWood. First class 16-in. and 4 foot mill wood. Special pric es ;? eaif lots. Prompt delivery. Also dry cord wood. . Phone 1542 Office 80S S. Church. J Fred E. wells. ' ee OAT Meal Paper, 20-inch tan, extra special, 34c double roll. Max O. Buren. J 79 N. Cem'l. n For SalePoultry FOR SALE Year old Buff Leghorn hens. 375 S. 17th St. f 1 1 S WHITE LEGHORN babv chicks. Unas wethers, i Phone 96F13. ' fll8 FOK KENT. B'OR RENT Housekeeping and sleeping rooms. 646 Ferry St. J119 SLEEPING rooms by day or month at 492 . Cottage. Phone 1186. J132 FFICE rooms for rent, steam hest, splendid janitor service. 205 Ore gon bldg. Phone 1427. FOR RENT Furnished downtown sleeping room for gentlemen, steam heat, by the month. Phone 1427. 205 Oregon bldg. AUTOMOBILES. WANTED -Man to drive Fordson tractor, good pay. Address 385 Cap ital Journal. . gl21 SEVERAL good Ford buys; will give liberal terms. 1919 Maxwell $850; light trailer. Cherry City Garage, 170 S.-12th St. ql20 FORD repairing with . satisfaction .guaranteed; give us a trial and be convinced. The Auto Shop, 187 S. Liberty St. 119 FOR SALE Buick six roadster, Just overhauled and repainted, equip ped with cord tires," snubbers and spotlight. A bargain for the price. Call 1190M. qH8 A RARE BARGAIN 1914 Chalmers six, not run since 1918, excellent car to rebuild into truck or bug. Address Box Car care Journal. q!18 Lost and Found. LOST Ladies small purse with two keys and small change, on N. Cap itol or fairgrounds road. Finder please leave at Journal office. k!19 MISCELLANEOUS. COW MEN NOTICE We still have the bull oa the Wilson place on Garden road. Fourth place east, of 17th street carline, on south side. Phone 16OC0. mll9 DIRT for filling in purposes. Easy to load. Free. 1045 N. 18th St. Tnll8 FOR SALE "Grocery stock and fix tures. 605 N. Capitol. c1l PORTLAND Eugene Auto Expiosa. Regular trips. Household goods; merchandise. Call Capital Garage, 173 S. Liberty. Phone 88. 1140 WANTED Sewing. Phone 1796, 765 N. Liberty St. 1118 SEE J. W. Manning for garden plow inr r,oiiT- HiiriHni?. hftavv team work Cherry City barns. Phone 199. ml 2 3 transfrr L. A. Barrick Co Country trips, moving. Wood for sale. Good service. Stand 271 North Commercial. Phone 734 $800 or $1000 TO LOAN on good farm security. Phone 815 or see G. B. Unruh. Gray bldg. I Why Sell for Less. WB will pay you more cash for you household goods. Get our bid be fore you sell. Peoples Furniture and Hardware Store. 271. N. Com mercial street. Phone 734. Scavenger. SALEM SCAVA::3ER Garbage and refuse of all kinds removed on monthly contracts at reasonable rates. Cess pools cleaned. Dead ani mals removed. Office phone Main 187. Sometimes the Wise G WANTED. W anteti Help. GiKLS warned. Rogers P.iper Co. PHONE 191. Ray chimney sweep. L. Farmer, ml 20 GIRL of 11. not going to school. wants place to care for baby in good home. Write S S Ujis office. hl22 WANTED Mid die aged lady corre spondent. Address Box G care Jour nal. il22 WANTED Woman for housework, care of " children, $40 per month, board and room furnished.- phone .' ' ' - g GERANlL'JUSi .Now is the time to get them at Graber's Greenhouse. 1203 D St. dll8 GIRL WANTED For housework, no washing nor ironing, good wages. Every convenience to work with. Apply mornings 975 Chemeketa Sa. - - - B120 WANTED Two live, wide awake courteous boys to carry paper routes alter June 1st One route paying about $25 per month, another about $30 per month. Circulation dept. Capital Journal. f WANTED Woman for general house work and general' care taker of nice home. Permanent position to right party. Call evenings and fore noons. 574 N, 15th St. near Marioa street. - - '119 Wanted Miscellaneous. WANTED Board and room in pri vate family. P. f. kox 231. 21$ . REAL ESTATE. ' . A REAL. BARGAIN 10 acres 18 miles from Salem 1 acre of strawberries, 1 acre of orchard. ( acres in grain and hay,- 1 acres of valuable timber.' A strictly modern farm house, 7 rooms, bath and toilet in the house. Good barn, chicken houss, 40 chickens, some farm imple ments, wood and two fine stoves go. Death of the head of the family Is the reason for the sale of this real home. You will have to hurry to get this one. JOHN H, SCOTT REALTY CO. 228 Oregon bldg. n SHRINERS are coming to the Wilr . lamette valley and our beautiful city of Salem from every part of the United States in June; the Elks are coming from every nook and corner of the wonderful state of Oregon, to our city-in July, nwuiy are wanting to locate here. If you need a home we are ready to sell you one now. We have them in all parts of Salem. List your property with us. Inquire at 492 N. Cottago. Phon& 1186. .Gertrude J. M. Page. nlH 9Q iCPK VRT'IT TT4RT 1 i ' ,lf arlj frrVThi iZ: ,,.; ;,... i o .o bii, you; in fact, a real snap. Rich red hill soil. 15 acres or more of full. bear ing Italian prunes, 3 acres of fully matured cherries which promise a fine crop in a few weeks, 2 acres set to logans this spring, some apples and pears In good bearing, and small pas ture and wood lot. Good large house with hot and cold water, bath, toilet, etc. Good barn, dryer and other nec essary outbuildings. Will undoubted ly more than half pay for itself this season. A delightful home and Income for some one, hy not you? Price $15,000. Half cash. KINNEY & SMITH 469 State St. Ground floor. n 60 ACRES 12 miles from Dallas, 25 in grain and hay, good garden, small family orchard, 10 acres valuable timber, some good pasture, fair 8 room house and barn and Ostaer buildings; 1 large team, harness and wagon, 1 cow, 2 heifers, 1 bull, 1 brood sow, 2 shoats, 12 goats and kids, chickens, turkeys and guinea hens, mower, 4 plows, cul tivator harrow, disc and other tools, all go and immediate possession giv en. This is a buy' for some one. JOHN H. SCOTT REALTY CO. 228 Oregon bide. i BARGAINS AND INVESTMENTS 15 acre tract one mile from city limits and car line, paved road; 5 acres bearing loganberries, 5 acres 7 year old prunes among berries, m acres young cherries with strawber ries among same; cherry and pear trees on place, to set S acres, logan berry tips to set 3 acres, strawberry plants to set acre more; small build ings, good well, horse, wagon, farm tools; sacrifice price quick sale $7, 000, half down. Fine all modern bungalow, large lot, fine garage, close In. $3660. 40 acres 6 miles out, good build ings, half in bearing prunes, logan berries and cherries; one third cash, easy terms on balance. Fine full bearing 17 acre prune or chard in Rosedale, $800 per acre; crop will pay half price this year. 150 acres best river bottom land 5 miles from Salem; quick sale $150 per acre, very easy terms. Farms, fruit tracts, acreage, city property. ' Perrine'& Marsters. ! 211-12 Gray bldg. , n IF YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR HOUSE LIST WITH US. WE ARE MAKING A. SPECIALTY OF SELLING CITY PROPERTY AND CAN GUARANTEE QUICK RE SULTS. BRING OR-MAIL YOUR LISTING. HOUSES WANTED R. B. DORNEY 329 Oregon bids;. Phone 961. n FARMS 4 U 2 C 80 acres, 35 in good timber and pasture, 15 under plow. 10 miles out on Pacific highway. This property is the cheapest In the county. $50 per acre, easy terms. 40 acres under cultivation and In crop, all wire fenced. At a sacrifice if taken at once. . , 120 acre farm in a high state ot cultivation, good buildings, family or chard. Price right. JOHN H. SCOTT REALTY CO. ' 228 Oregon bldg. n uy is the Boob After AIL By Bud Fisher LISTONS BARGAINS IN FARMS if! I 1 243 acres with fine buildings; 20 - 'acres in prunes; fully equipped. . .J! 2 205 acres; 5 room house, two barns; living water; 70 acres ia crop; a snap at $ja an acre. 3 261 acres; fai rfarm buildings; spring water at house, living stream on place; all in cultivation; Priced at $100 an acre. 4 169 acres with good farm build ings; all in cultivation; price, with crop, $100 an acre. 5 30.S6. acres, with cheap build ings; aU in cultivation; im acres in loganberries, of which 6t acres are bearing; 23 acres in grain. Price, with crop, $9258. 6 13 acres, all in cultivation; T room plastered bungalow, barn and other buildings; 150 hens, 9 cows. team and all other personal property go with the place at $10,000. Will ac cept acreage or home in or near Ta coma or Seattle, up to $3000. 7 25 acres all in cultivation; cheap buildings. Located on Howell prairie. Price $6000. 8 22 acres; E room house; prune dryer; 15 acres bearing prunes; 3 acres mixed orchard. Price $15,000. 8 40 acres; good farm buildings and fruit dryer; 15 acres In bearing prunes. Some personal property In cluded at $16,000. . 10 69 acres with fair farm build ings, 28 acres in crop, beautiful creek; fin dairy- ranch; pries, in cluding 6 cows, 2 horses, harness, farm machinery and crop. $9000. 11 65 acres, with fair farm build ings, including two barns, living creek on place, all in cultivation; land lies fine. Price $13,000. W. A. L1STON. Agent 484 Court street M18 HOMES THAT ARE HOMES 1 7 room bungalow, modern ex cept heat; large lot, fruit, garage. $4, 000. 2 S room cottage, modern except heat, near in. A snap at $4000. 3 6 room cheap house, with lot 75x165 feet. 1ft blocks from State street on Cottage. $3500. 4 7 room bungalow on corner lot, paved street, fruit, A snap at $4200. 5 5 room bungalow with lot 65x100 feet on paved street. A dandy at $3, 676. ... I 6 room dwelling on paved street large barn, 3 blocks from state house. Price $2600 on easy terms. 7 8 room strictly modern hdme, east front, paved street, garage, 4V4 blocks from supreme court building. $6000, with $2000 cash and $50 per month. 8 6 room cottage with lights find batET corner lot on paved street. Five blocks from Opera house. $3500 with terms. W. A. LISTON, Agent 484 Court street ; " a!18 uwu J-UJTK1. 68 acre farm located S miles east ? Salem, all cultivated and in crop. --.ilhouse, barn and orchard, 1-3 of crop goes. Possession of buildings at once. Price $175 er acre. Terms on part 10 acres of bearing Italian prunes, 4H miles out, Vs of crop goes. Price 16500. . 10 acres, 6 acres prunes, on main highway, close in. Price $5000. ,200 acre farm, 100 acres cultivated, balance good timber and pasture house, barn, rock road. The timber on this place will go along ways to ward paying for the place. Price $120 per acre, 60 acres of good timber located northeast of Salem, Price $100 per acre. e 270 acre farm, all tillable soil, buildings, good road. Price $125 per acre. Well Improved 10 acre tract, 1 acre loganberries; good bungalow. Price $7000. HOUSE BUYS 7 room modern home located 716 N. 14th street. Price $5500. 7 room house and two lots, bass ment, furnace, bearing fruits. Price $3250. , 6 room cottage located in south Sa lem. Price $2500. ,W. H. Grabenhorst & Co. 275 8tate street. . n Best Buys. . 17 acres, 16 in cultivation; 10 .acres in prunes, 6 in Royal Anne cherries, all large bearing; some young prunes, cherries, walnuts and apples; 4. room house, good barn, on Pacific . high way, 44 miles from Ladd & Bush bank, $10,000, terms. 10 acres 2 miles east; 2V4 acres lo ganberries bearing, 1 2-3 young prunes, some family orchard and ber ries; 7 room house, good barn, some other buildings. $7500, easy terms. 20 acres, cleared and in crop, balance timber; on paved road 7H miles from Salem. A bargain at only $3000, terms. 6 acres, 3 acres Italian prunes, H acre Royal Anne cherries, family or chard of mixed fruits and berries, all full bearing; 4 room house and good barn; close to Salem. A nice little home for $3600. 25 acres good land on Howell Prai rie; family orchard, balartce In grain and clover. Would make a fine lo- eanberrv farm, $6000. 160 acres near Hult, Ore.; 25 acres cleared and 90 tillable; fine fishing and hunting and a good stock ranch; 100 foot waterfall on place on Sliver creek; 2 nice houses and good barn. Can you beat this for $2000. ' 143 acres 7 miles from Canby, Or.; 90 acres cleared, balance timmber and pasture; good 8 room modern house, fine barn 30x60, garage and other buildings. A No. 1 far mfor $26,000, terms., 160 acres 6 miles from a good town; 130 acres in cultivation, 30 in timber, 60 acres bottom land all tiled, 20 acres clover and 80 in small grain; 8 room modern house with basement, hot and cold water, bath and toilet, 2 good barns and all other outbuildings netded. Photographs of this farm may be seen at our office. Price only $112.50 per acre if sold soon. Socolofsky. 841 State street. n Water Company. SALEM WATER COMPANY Office norner Commercial and "Trade Bta Bills payable monthly in advance Phone 57. KHAL. .51 A It. LA Ni 1; KC..V.N.-S 13 1-3. acres of chuite land, 2 get to prunes and berries, remainder cleared. Price $1HH. 20 acres miles south of Salera. $1230. 50 acres 5 miles from Salem; la acres in good crop. $4000. All oa eaaj terms and all good bar gains. JOHN H. SCOTT REALTY CO. 228 Oregon bldg. n!19 HOUSES 4 SALE Double house, 8 rooms each, close in. $2650. 7 room house, strictly modern. A class 1 house in every particular. $7, 509. 5 room new cottage and two lots; modern. $2500. Cash $S00. JOHN H. SCOTT REALTY CO. 228 Oregon bldg. - n DIRECTORY. THE BIEDERMAN TRANSFER FOR your hauling and moving. Fhone 1608J. 129 Osteopathy DR3. WHITE and Marshall, osteo- rm nhnn. X 5 4 FARM LOANS Any amount. Low rates. Full repayment privileges Very prompt service. Ask about our 20-year loans at ( par cent. Haw kins & Roberts, 20a Oregon bide Salem, Or. Stove Repairing, STOVES rebuilt and repaired. SI year experience; Depot National and American fence, nisei 20 to it inches high. Paints, oU and Varn ishes, etc., loganberry and hoi hooks. Salera Fence and Bum Works. 260 Court street. Phone 114 Money to Loan. On good real estate security TUOS. K, FORD Over Ladd & Bush Bank, Salem, Ore MODERN WOODMEN OS AMERICA Oregon Cedar Camp No. (241 meets every Thursday evening at I o'clock in McCornack building. Court and Liberty streets. H. G Coursey, V. C; Frank A. Turner. clerk. Money to Loan. Federal Farm Loans Any amount Long time. 6 hi and 9 percent Interest City building loans. , A. C. Bohrnstedt. 401 Masonic Temple, Salem, Oreiroi Optician. DR. ALBERT R, MILLER Optome- trlst-optlcian, eyes thoroughly ex amined, glasses made and fitted 610-12 U. S. bank. Phone 241. Lodge Directory. nO CHEMEKETA 1-dge No. 1 meets every Wednesday evening at 7:90 at I. O. O. F. hall. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS meet at M- Cornaok hall on every Tuesday ai g. J. L. Tucker, C. c; p. J. Jtunti K. R. & a UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem bly No. 84 meet every Thursday at 8 p. m. In I. O. a F. hall. P. An dresen. M. A.; A. A. Queffroy, sea retary, Salem, Or. TEAM, Auto Truck and Deliver? Drivers Union No. 110 meet every Wednesday evening at the Labor Temple, 8 o'clock. ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA Oregon Grage camp No. 1360 meeu every Thursday evening in McCor nack hall. Elevator service. Oracle Mrs. Carrie B. Bunn, 648 Union 81 recorder. Flora Nelson, 781 Nortb 20th. W. O. W. SALEM CAMP lift Meet every Friday night at 8 o'clock' In McCornack hall, cor. Court and Lit erty St. Visiting Woodmen weloome C. D. Ross, C. C.; L. S. Geer,. olerk LAWN mowers, safety rasors, cutlery, sharpened, locksmlthing, saw' fil ing, umbrellas, repairing all kinds, Stewart's Repair Shop, 847 Court St. Market Reports Grain: Wheat No. 1 $2.80; foed oats 95c; cheat hay $2324; oat hay $2425; clover hay t2626; mill run$5253. ' Butterfati Butterfat S4cj creamery butter 6657o. Pork, yeal and mutton: Pork oa foai 14 3-4e; veal fancy 19c; steers 11c; spring lambs 13c; cows 7 9c; ewes 6 tic; sheep yearling; 8o. Dressed pork 21a Eggs and poultry; Eggs cash 86o; light "hens 28o; heavy hens 80s; old roosters 1516o; broilers 3032c. - Vegetables: Onions per pound 8o oelery dos. $1.75; potatoes, Yaklm 7c; Oregon SAffSc; strawberries $4; beets per sack $2; .turnips per aaok $3.75; carrots per sack $2.50; parsnlpt per sack $3.50; spinach 10c lb.; rad Ishcs 40c doz,; asparagus 15c. Fruit: Oranges $5.007.00; lemoni $5.6 0 8 ; bananas 11c; honey extract 20c; bunch beets 45o; cabbage to head lettuce $1.25; carrots 46o; as paragus 18c; cauliflower .$1.75 doi.; red Peppers 26o lb; rhubarb 4o; peas 12c. Retail prices: Eggs dozen 42o; creamery butter 63 60c; country but ter 65; flour hard wheat $3.603.75, soft wheat $2.90. LIVESTOCK ' Portland, Maq 17. Cattle steady; receipts 1280; grain and pulp fed steers $12.2513.00; choice $11,600 12.25; good to choice $11.00011.60; medium to good $10.00011.00; fair to good $9.00 & 10.00; common to fair $8.00(5 9.00; choice cows and heifers 10.25 11.00; good to choice $9,00 0 10.25; medtu mto good $8.0009.00, fair to medium $7.008.00; cannen $5.006.00; bulls $6.0009.00; prime light calves $13.00018.00; medium light $9.00012.00; heavy $6.60 ft 8.50; stockers and feeders $7,500 8.60. Hogs steady; receipts 2110; prime mixed $15.00(8(16.60; fedium $14.00 ati'l.i.etf; routii ilea pica $12-sjfl4.50. Sheep steady; receipts none; prime lambs $14.00815.50; light i-ii.-Y $14.00815.00; heavy $1J.0 14.0J; common to medium $10.50 1 2.53; yearlings $13 00 &14 99: wither $12.6013.25; ewes $S12. Butter Portland, Or., May 17. Cubes ex tra 47 4Sc; parchment wrapped box lots 54c; cartons 55c; half boxes jo more, less than boxes lc more; butterfat 51 52c L o. b. Station; 53o Portland. Poultry and Ess. Portland, Or,, May 17 Eggs sell ing price case count 40 41; buyteg price caBe count 89c; selling ' pries candled 42c; selected candled In car tons 44c - Poultry: Hens 333c; broilers 85 roosters 16c; - turkeys dressed ! 55c; geese 2225c; ducks 4t$4Si; Wheat $2.20; premium 55o soft. 75c hard; barley feed 656; oats $68; corn No. 3 yellow $65 milliss price. Milistuffs: Mill run $5051. Hay; buying price, timothy $J1 f. o. b. Portland; alfalfa $34; grain $!J 30; olover $39. Convention To Bar Delegates Beyond Alloted Number Chicago, May 15. Instructions from the convention committee In char go of the republican national convention here next month, notifying national committee men to cut down ilieir delegations to the authorized number were on their way today. In at least six states extra delegates have been chosen with fractional votes assign ed to them. Illinois has two extra del egates at large and Missouri, Oklaho ma, Arkansas, Nevada and Virginia also have chosen more than their al lotted number. "No more than 984 delegate seats can or will be. placed," said L. W. Henley, secretary of the convention,, committee. "National committeemen have been informed that the stato delegations must decide within their own ranks who will occupy the slat's seats." , - North Bend Mill Says Open Shop To Be Continued North Bend, Or., May 15. In a let ter delivered to each of Us employes Thursday the North Bend Mill & Lunt I ber companyf this city declared tha firm wolud continue to support tha open shop principles and refuse to recognise or affiliate with unionized labor. The action of the company ia the result of the adoption of an. ad vanced wage scale by the timber work era accompanied by demands for Its) accpetance by the mills and logsinir concerns of this section on or bef ra June 1. It is announced that all oth er lumber and logging concerns m this territory Will adopt a policy simi lar to that of the North Bend Mill & Lumber company an drefuse to deal wKh any organisation of workers In t'.i. itmbe rindustry exoept the Loy- a, Lt(.on of Loggers and Lumbermen. District Organiser Canterbury of the timber workers' union has been carrying on an active campaign In tha mills and-logging camps in the inter- ent of organized labor and has sTto- ceedeti in organizing a number of frM enht with an aggregate membership of nearly 700. Russ Provinces 'Are Placed Under Military Rule Moscow, May 12A decree Istuod by the central executive committee. dated May 11, proclaims martial law in the provinces of central and nortli em Russia and Archangel. The provisional executive commit tees are given full power ta protect railways, .military stiupllcs, magazines and depots and to control telegraphic and telephonic communication. A twenty four hour work day in the administrative offices is decreed, and. means are to be taken to stimu late the production of war material. Until the abolition of martial lnw the executive committees are given the same powers a smilltary tribunals to secure the carrying out of this pro gram, Including punishment for dis obedience. Alcohol DlHli-llli'i-y Planned. Honolulu, T. H.-r-The management of Llhue sugar plantation on the Is land of Kauul is reported to be con ducting investigations looking to tha erection of a distilling plant with s capacity of not less than 1000 gallon daily of denatured alcohol suitable as a substitute for gasoline. A planta tion such as Llhue, said the W.aust re port, turns out as a byproduct half a million gallons of waste malaises ft year, which, as a basis for the manu facture of alcohol, should have con siderable commercial value. A 15 percent advance In wages 1 to be demanded for every iron, steel and tin worker affiliated with the Amal gamated Association of Iron, Bteet and Tin Workers, according to tba report of the scale committee to tha convention In Bcranton, Pa., yester day. (Copyright, 1920, by H. C. Fisher. Trade Mark Reg. U. 8. Pat Offloa.