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call fter 6 p- m. .
-r-gLE House and four lots. Silst
.,, and '.turner .iwu. ;vj.
.. L..ivn and white pointer dog
iA'Sl L . him nhnnn BiTl
,nd receive reward.
aBy ' - v,,a
r?iGrfw sale, 8 weeks old,
! n Phone 114F.1
frrCThave a late model tnotorcy
1 , t0 trade on a ligHt car phone
ffTvTKl) Stranger, working man
l-nt to meet young lady or widow
Ihipct a good time, matrimony if
FOR SAljti I 1J,e jeiej
heifer, 14 months old, sired ty the
famous Doerfler herd bull that sold
fnf S10.500. Price J3509. Phone
JqrSALE A ladies new tailored,
,H .fool jersey suit, size 42. A bar-
riiii. Call M64 Saginaw St. cl36
LOST Purse on Union street between
Hinhwav and Summer street. Please
leave at 536 N. Summer street or
Adolphs cigar store ana receive re
FOR SALE One Hercules buggy with
mohair top and rubber tires, in ex
cellent condition ?(&. Phone 1F14
WANTED Position caring for chil
dren. Call 21. M. M. Pierce. hl36
j'OR SALE At 640 State St. A good
SkIO donkey engine with rigger com
plete for grubbing or logging, is on
new skids and ready for operation,
can be bought cheap. Just got thru
grubbing and have ho more use
for it. Childs & Marnaek, 640 State
10R SALE Teum of mules, second
road east of fair ground leading
soutn irom snverion ana Salem road
C. T. Jones. 136
FOR SALE Jersey cow giving 3 gal
lons per day, very gentle; Ideal
Deering binder, 8 ft. Thomas dou
ble disc grain drill; Economy cream
separator 750 (lb. Icapacity. Box
137, Rt. 7. Phone 39FS. 131
WST Childs ring last Saturday. vV'as
in an envelope. Address Mrs. C. XX
Atoms. Reward. Phone 848. 1S4
IT flowers, sweet peas and pansies
25c a bunch. 801 Locust St. Smith.
FORD touring for sale, $300; classy
Ford bug fully equipped, see it;
other good buys. The Auto Shop
187 S. Liberty St. 134
LOST Automobile . license number
S6308. Finder-return to Busicks
.. . k,35
f'ORD repairing, get it done now. The
auto snop. 187 S. Liberty St. ql39
FOR SALE 1919 Harley Davidson
complete with sidecar, with fixtures
$475 cash or would consider on
Ford car. H. Helene, 1415 N. 17th
. St- q!35
FOR SALE 3 2-year old heifers, 2
cobs all giving milk at present, all
Jersey stock, bred to freshen this
fall: one sorrel horse 1200 lbs. Jas.
E. Foster, Rt. 4r box 119A. el39
. FOR SALE Sow and 9
WANTED Male assistant bookkeep
er. Oregon state hospital. Apply to
. Mr. Johnson. 134
WANTED Experienced shoe sales
man. Apply at once. The Bootery.
I91i FORD touring, has demountable
nms, shock absorbers, tire carrier,
"tra rim and tire, chains and has
been overhauled. The rear tire"are
take 200 down' balance
of $2o0 very easy payments. If you
want a good Ford at a snap, see
WIS one. Phone Artnma ai - n as
., a '"'(1- I have a late model
Mitchell light six, has been over
hauled and rennlntoil InnUo an. I
ns like new. Will take a Ford or
urner light car in as part payment.
r"one AdaniB 361. ql35'
i'LRNISHED Cottage $1000. 4 room
cottage completely- furnished,. 2
good lots mostly in garden, 4 blocks
rom State street, has fine kitchen
fange. good streets; a good buy.
see it today, immediate possession,
"ice tlOOO cash, or $500 down bal
ance like rent. S. R. Pearson
Jleert, 405 Oregon hldi?. Phone 43. a
IRL .wanted for housework. No
washing nor ironing;. Apply fore--J5!2325
N. Capitol St. g!36
F0R SALE 10 acre orchard located
on main highway four miles from
""era, about 7000 full bearing
"uues, oatance cherries, pears and
t-f i 1 k B00li croP- crP es; beau
"tul building site, east frontage,
"ice $5500. W. H. Orabenhorst &
a-Slli Rtate St. ' b!36
fni.S,ALR20 acre tract- 6 acres of
mil bearing nern C
"s prunes, small v., n,-.'.-,D
ome fine timber, of the crops
ws sale. Price $7500.
-WjPjghnrst. 275 State St
h- i j Housekeeper for an elder
''. u. van Patton
430 S. 21st
Sai-Rox 83, Rt. 8. -fe36
.LX0KR business of Salem for
J , a Di"gfiin, horses, harness
" an equipment, fncome off th
-"mess is $400
iifks at ans o
For Sale Houses.
SALE Rv ,.,. a i
' iS ,n"Use 'n good condition, lot 75
hH, 811 rf 3700. 20 wilt
8ir?.VVImn t0 take " bonds.
! nl.1 in 8(,uth Salem. Phone 935
1095 Saginaw St. a!38
r rooms, strictly mod
iveiUni"'a,0,r' eas front Barage;
frorn ,treet- n car line. 3 blocks
term. ,,te hoUR'- Price $5000. part
A. Liston. agent. atSf.'
"V-L,M 7 l A
Cnrn , """" iiuitarj &JJV
fn.1T, ' on car 1'ne. all kinds of
Hart & Mailer,
a.-L-E 5 room house ciose in;
iiart & Muller, 208 Ore-
4 o, un comer fHKinaw
b suPI'ior. Inquire 492 N. Cot-
el . ' room cottage on pav
line iT-nne baV bIock rrom
tanir. . ,ali j- martin, ia-
at n'4oT"A "I'lpndid buy for you
a Hen ' "ireei. in gooa con-
-iia't forage. Can give im-f
rnde J p;?s,"lon. Inquire of Ger-
St pi, Pase' 492 N- Cottage
Ph0Be "SI - al34
fur sale. 3ii block ou Ciouai ,
any time. Inquire of Uertru.l. t i I
" iu "Otk ou Win-
"' lnlu"-e of Gertrude J.
HOUSE for sale, ,a X. CuUa g,
Inquire 492 ., Cottage. .1:14.' '
HOlfh. for sale ou Saginaw Sr.. im
date in every way. Phone 1156. j
uvvoo aaie ou corner o Cottasei
A GOOD investment for ou oa North
"f " ot.- pienaia location, reason-
?""L"" inquire of Gertrude J.
; at. rage.
For Sale Farms.
FOR SALE 12 acres good soil near
city, win take auto in trade. Pnone
488, 337 Court St. "35.
FOR SALE 13a acres on Kewport
highway, about 15 acres in cultiva
tion, more easy to clear, some tim
ber, about M open, all g0d soil,
several springs, all kinds of fruit
and berries, school adjoins place
Price $20 acre. F. E. Dodeie, Blod
gett. Or. bm
t OK SALE 60 acres, 20 acres prunes'
20 acres cleared, balance timber
and pasture with water the year
round; 3 houses, barn and silo, all
stock and machinery including trac
tor, team and two cows; has a good
set of prunes and. is located nine
miles from Vancouver, Wash., on
a paved road. If you are looking
for a good income proposition see
Fred W. Durbin, 275 State street.
FOR SALE 41 acres 2 miles from
Salem on paved road, good build-ings,-
overlooking river and motor
boat landing and railroad station;
excavated fish lake. This is an ex
ceptionally beautiful farm. Price
$12,500. Hart & Muller, 208 Oregon
FOR SALE 11 1-3 acres adjoining
fair grounds on Silverton paved
road, ten minutes from street car;
all In crop; 5 room house, good
barn; Immediate possession. Price
$4750, terms. Hart & Muller, 30.8
Oregon bldg.' n'
FOR SALE 20 acres all in cultiva
tion, good 8 room plastered house,
barn and other outbuildings, rich
soil; adjoins Chemawa electric sta
tion, 6V4 miles from Salem. A bar
gain. Hart & Muller, 208 Oregon
FOR. SALE 110 acres, 8 miles from
t Salem, 60 acres In crop, balance
pasture with some good timber;
family orchard, good buildings.
Price with crop $ll,d00. Hart &
Muller, 208 Oregon bldg. n
30 ACRES, small building, 2 acres in
prunes, close to town with good
high school, $2650. Box A B Capital
For Sale Miscellaneous.
FOR SALE Baled hay. Phone 105
FOR SALE Motorcycle and 6 pas
senger touring car or will trade for
cattle. Box 60 care Journal. ql37
REED baby carriage for sale, 766 S.
Summer St. cl34
POWER prune dipper, we make the
best; order now. Salem Mfg. Co.,
N. Front and Hood. cl59
POTATOES We are cleaning up our
stock of table potatoes at eight
cents; only a few left. Mangis Bros.
Phone 717, office 642 State St. c
FOR SALE 8x30 Indian single stave
silo with top, Papec silage cutter.
Both good as new, cheap. A. E.
Cray, Rt. 1, tedephone 7F3. cl37
FOR SALE Small cabinet Job shop
with machinery etc., good establish
ed business; good reasons for sell
ing. Call 229 Court St., Salem. c!38
For Sale Nursery Stock.
WANTED 600 loganberry tips. 485
S. Church; f d!34
FOR SALE Tomato, pepper and egg
plants, Crego , asters. Snapdragon
and Larkspur plants. W. H. H.
Dodge, Rt. 7, box 38. Phone 1786
FOR SALE Early and late cabbage,
cauliflower ana tomato plants, neas
onably priced. 307 N. Liberty. d!34
WHITE Star seed potatoes for sale
Phone 110F21. ul36
WANTED 600 loganberry tips. W. H.
Egan, Gervals, Rt. 2, phone 3F11.
KALE. plants for sale. 154 Columbia
For Sale Livestock.
FOR SALE Or trade, stock hogs;
will trade for heifer calves or cows
Phone 93F23 evenings. el3
FOR SALE Team of good true, gen
tle mules age 6 and 7, weight 2400
lbs., harness and wagon; one sorrel
horse, weight 1400 lbs.. Just six
years old, he is a fine one, gentle to
ririvo- nrlpB verv low. Come
and see them; trial given. Farmers
faart hnm H. HlEfn SI. eiO"
FOR SALE One team of horses and
harness. L. L. Vincent, Rt. 7, Sa-
l.m PVinne 41F24. el34
FOR SALE One milk cow; 3 1-year
old ewes; 3 spring lamgs.- Phone
CALVES Young calves, more
C. C. Russell, pnone a.
For Sale Wood
FOR SALE 200 cords body oak
wood in large or small orders, de
livered in Salem. B. Cunningham,
v, 91 P5 eel J
WOOD for sale, 16-inch oak wood,
price $12 a cord, delivered. Phone
, SQr.,r. eel3s
wonn f,r ale. 16-in. an
d 4 ft mill
wood. 16-in old fir. Prompt
livery. Fred E. Wells, 305
Church, phone 1542.
Place your order at once ior iw
and second fir wood; 2 1 cars now
being unloaded. Phone 254 or 622
; hnnra eeli4"
. . l.l
WOOD delivered from Snroed boys'
farm, second growth $9, oak $11.
Phone 167 8 fry-.
buerry Phone j
Queiiy. t I
WOOD for sale. C,
MUTT AND JEFF
(Jtff, I DOrt'T WAJf
TO 6T peONAU
BwT HAVE vou Got I
ANY HtNtf J
'' I, . . I
5 patccea. r.i)i
WHY use mill run wh
en you can buv i
"u. uuiden Dairy Food at the same
price and get better results? A trial
is convincing. Composition, moist-
11 percent, protein at least 14
percent, fat at least 4 percent, fiber
not OVer 10 linr-ant ...
"ce Co.. isi) s. High inlHS
XOXX Umm u, w
rower. Phm f; ct r.. t
SEE J. w. AlaiUey, cellar digging,
heavy team wnrfe rt.
barns. Phone 199. ml4J
PORTLAND Eugene Auto Express.
Regular trips. Household goods;
merchandise. Call Capital Garage,
173 S. Libertv. Phone RSI ' iiin
iiw.wek-L.A. Barrick Co.
Country trips, moving. Wood for
sale. Good service. Stand 271 North
Lommereial. Phone T34.
WANTED Ford car. 26J S. Church
St. Phone 1937R. . 0134
FOR SALE 1 1918 Chevrolet cheap.
lilS. High. ni:is
FOR SALE Trailers, all sises. Stein
bock Junk Co. n
DOUGLAS EIGHT A powerful brute
1919 model; run less than 4000
miles; like new. Will trade for real
estate or will take small car as part
The B. & C. Motor Co., 178 South
commercial street. qi35
SUPER-SIX HUDSON A real car at
a low price; newly painted; five
cord tires; extras; motor thorough
ly overhauled. See this one; terms.
The B. & C. Motor Co., 178 South
Commercial. . ql35
1916 FORD for sale, first class con
dition. 2210 N. Liberty St. qi:io
FOR SALE Cheap, Dodge roadster,
looks like new, A-l condition. Sa
lem Velie company, 162 North Com
FORD car, 267 S. Church St. Phone
MUST SELL Dodge touring in A-l
' condition. Call Great Western Gar
OVERLAND Cloverleaf, newly paint
ed; five wire wheels, with ' spare
tire; in fine mechanical condition;
a bargain; terms. The B. & C. Mo
tor Co., 178 S. Commercial St. ql35
MAXWELL truck, 1-tou, in excellent
condition; stake body; cab and wind
shield; repainted. It won't be with
us long at the price. B. & C. Motor
Co., 178 S. Commercial St. qlW
FOR SALE Cash or part terms,
Ford, 1914 model, $260; Maxwell
roadster $275. Cherry City Garage,
170 S. 12th St. ql34
MILLER tires are good tires.
Velie Co., 162 N. Com'l.
SLAUGHTER SALE OF USED CARS
AT YOUR OWN PRICE
In order to make room for a large
shipment of new Oakland Sensible
Sixes which we are unloading today
we must close out our entire stock, of
used cars at ridiculously low figures.
A good assortment to choose from.
Don't delay. Come now and look these
over. It will mean money in your
pocket to you.
AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE CO.,
185-197 S. Com. St. Phone 399. ql35
WANTED A woman to be a home
maker in a home where there are
2 children, a boy 8 years of age,
and baby girl 2. Mother and father
are away all day. Call 1412 Lee St.
WANTED Woman wants work at
washing or house cleaning, by the
day or hour. Apply corner Capitol
and Madison streets. . ' hl35
WANTED A man who has had retail
selling experience. Salary and com
mission. Room 309; Masonic bldg.
WANTED Strawberry pickers. Reg
ister at Hunt tiros, facmng co. 1111
WANTED Four lady teachers to
board and room for next year. Ad
dress 140 Superior St. Phone 1159R.
WANTED Any kind of work for one
or two weeks. Box D Y Capital
WOODCHOPPERS wanted, will pay
$3 per cord. C. B. Webb, 499 Court
A REFINED widow wishes house
keeping position for bachelor
widower in country where pasture
would be furnished for some stock,
Bmall wages. Bx O P Capital Jour
nal. ' B185
WANTED Competent girl or woman
for general housework. Apply 964
S. Liberty. g!34
WANTED Live, wide awake, courte
ous boy to carry route paying
about $25 per month. Circulation
Dent. Capital Journal. g
WANTED A single horse for cash,
must be perfectly gentle and true
to work. Phone 9F.F13J H34
WANTED To rent furnished
house, close in. Phone 278 evenings
WANTED Women to assist with
housework and man or boy to do
light chores, house -furnished. Box
A 65 care Journal. K135
WANTED To borrow $2600 on good
farm security. H. E. Bollnger, 328
WANTED To rent piano,
dren. 1168 Leslie.
WANTED Board and room In pri- ,4t gt tfl stre(.
vate family. P. O. box 231. . 213j. : .- --
For Sale Poultry
FOR SALE 20 Oregon, year-old hens,
O. A. C. strain. I'hone 62F3. f 135
OAT Meal Paper, 20-inch Un, extre
special, 84o double roll. Max O
Buren. 179 N. Com'l.
50 acres of good land near Salem,
15 acres in crop, 2000 cords nice sec
ond fir timber, for $150. per,; acre.
Small cash payment balance in- wood
delivered in Salem. John H . Scott
, Orelron h dfr. b!34
Mutt hands out some advice and: Jeff heeds
7l WAS ReM,W& to- T ,
16 GOT OK
... .. m,Tt MMll,
ON DEPOSIT INf
A BANC MUTT,
fue HAD T
YEARS t t'W
Goum B Fixe"
ou wimi room ami board in a pri
vate fwily. call ltxi.I ni'll
iCfc. rooms ior rent, steam beat,
splendid janitor service, 205 Ore
gon bldg. Phone 142?.
FOR KENT Furnished sleeping
room, cool, comfortable. 263 South
Church. Phone 1616. jl35
FOR KENT 4 unfurnished
670 Union street.
FOR RENT Seven room house, and
garage. Chemeketa and Fifteenth,
$32 per month. Ivan G. Martin.
Masonic Temple. jl34
FOR RENT Furnished rooms tor
housekeeping. 1309 N. Com. St. J137
"OR KEiNT Furnished downtown
sleeping room for gentlemen, steam
heat, by the month. Phone 142T.
205 Oregon bldg.
VVALLPASTE" perfect for . papal
hanging, no cooking. Max O. Bur
en. 179 N. Com'l. a'
FOR RENT Sleeping room for rent
1083 Oak St. J134
SLEEPING room to rent, on car line,
1385 N. 4th St. .- J134
- 28 50, a 5 year old bungalow, east
front, basement, some young fruit
trees, near car line and paved street.
This is a good comfortable home for
some one. Some terms.
$4000, a strictly modern bungalow
on paved street block from carline
This is goed property; located in S.
. $5000, $2500 down takes a fine 7
room bungalow on paved street near
carline, all modern except furnace
and the pipes are in for furnace.
We have many other buys to offer.
We have a 55 acre farm at $10 per
acre we can take a residence on If
the price is right. Also a 5 acre tract
near the city for a house in the city.
A. L. SEAMSTER REALTY CO.
416 Masonic Temple, phone 853. n
Bungalow on State street. Two liv
ing rooms; dining room, kitchen, pan
try with built in features; three bed
rooms, bath room, full basement; gas
in house. (4500.
Six room bungalow close to High
land school. A dantfy buy for $1500.
$750 cash will buy it
Five room bungalow on S. 14th
street, two bed roomB, living room
with fireplace; all modern plumbing
throughout. $2000. $500 cash gives
Strictly modern, 6 room bungalow
at Chemeketa and 13th streets; $4500
To see this is to take it
I HAVE LOTS MORE
Including several small homes on
CHAS. W. N1EMEYER
"Just Real Estate"
215-216 Masonic bldg. Phones 1000
Salem. Ore. 1014
WALTER M'LAREN Real estate
loans, investments. Room 21 180
N. Com'l St. Phone 43.
BUYS WORTH SEEING
Choice 10 acres 3 miles from Sa
lem, nice 6 room bungalow, barn,
hen house, garage, orchard, berries,
stock, machinery, crop. $7000.
6 room bungalow, lauge lot, barn.
hen house, fruit, berries, grapes, gar
den, paved street $1900.
Nice 10 acres, good house, outouiia-
ings, prunes, apples, berries. Snap,
$4000; will take residence for $2000,
balance 6 percent.
4 room house, paved street, gooa
lot. Price $800.
4 room house, 2 lots, barn, garden,
Farms, acreage, orchards, homes.
Perrine & Marsters.
211-12 arm bidg. j j.
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 YOUB
R. B. DORNEY
329 Oregon bldg. Phone 961. n
BECT BUYS I Farm 8 miles east of Salem on
1314 acres, 10 Italian prunes with rocked road to be paved soon, 140
logans as fillers, some walnuts and acres; 70 acres under cultivation; bal
cherrles; 2 miles from street car, 1 ance timber and good pasture, lays
mile from store, $504)8. ne; J room plastered house, fine
5.4 acres Ju put of the city on 'new barn, one old barn, chicken
paved road; 4 acres logans, 14 acre ! houses; one third of crop goes and all
strawberries. For a few days at $4000 . the clover; running water, two dr 11
13 acres close in pn pavemmt, 8 ed wells; can be easily divided. Price
room house, barn, poultry houses, gar
age and storage houses; family orch
15 acres 2V4 miles from city limits,
all in cultivation and crop; good 'Si
room house, barn and other outbuild
ings; family orchard, 114 acres straw
berries. With equipment $6000.
220 acres, 100 acres cleared, 120
acres timber; good 8 room house, new
barn; spring piped to buildings; $60
97 acres, 60 acres cleared, 37 tim
ber; good soil; 7 room new house and
large barn, well and spring $11,000.
5 acres, 4 acres logans, 1 strawber
ries; all set to prunes; crop will bring
$2000 and 14 crop goes. Offered for
short time at $4200:
4 room, city water, sewer and
lights; some fruit, $1250.
15 room, apartment, close in; steam
heat, two baths; income" $100 per
month. Price furnished $8500.
LOGANS, CHERRIES, PRUNES
We have for sale a very choice 65
acre farm all In bearing, fruit and
berries, with farm buildings and
prune dryer for $350 par acre. Thle is
without doubt the best buy ever of
fered in Marlon county. There are 11
acres of logans,3 acres of large cher
ry trees with heavy crop, also a good
crop of prunes. If you want an orch
ard and berry farm, see the John H.
Scott Realty Co., 328 Oregon bldg. 9t
onoe and let im fhow this one, hi 34
Max 9. Buren, 179 N. Com'l. rn
WALL paper 25C double roll and lip.
..OO!" i1Ko!'l';,.',',l'5 V Ol;T!t V,1'.Ii
THAN "l'Ki'.'i.S A:-k!-..;. Fo:.
2 3 room cosy cottages, good lots,
$i08 a piece, cash.
2 8 room plastered houses, electric
lights, bath, toilet, no basements, in
Stood -condition and close in. $2750 a
piece. $500 down, balance good terms.
S room ceiled and papered, electric
lights, bath, toilet, 2 fine lots, nmtn
on good street. $1S60, cash and terms.
10 acres in Polk county, 8 acres in
8-year old prunes, balance in pasture
and brush; good fruit house, outbuild
ings, well; house burned down; own
er has to sell; only $3000.
Fair room house and outbuildings
1' acre good ground. $1350.
9 54 acres, 3 acres in assorted fruit,
fine modern building.' very closs to
city; elegant suburban-home.- $11,999".
17 acres, north, 4 acres -7yer old
prunes, 4 acres bearing lagans, 4 acres
strawberries, 2d year; S acres straw
berries set out this spring, 3 to 4 acres
meadow; good farm buildings. One of
the very best income properties in
this state.-Price $15,600. -
Also splendid listings of houses and
farms far too numerous to enumerate
Phone 439. Room 21, 180 N. Com. n
10 acre tract, 6 acres in three year
old Italian prunes, 6 acres timber and
pasture; house and barn, family or
chard; located 5 miles south. Price
Improved 4 acre tract located east
of Salem, house and barn Pric $3
800 acre farm located e miles from
Salem, 100 acres cultivated, balance
good timber and pasture: buildings,
good road Price $125 per acre
40 acres of bearing prunes and lo
ganberries, good road Price $22,000
17 acres located on main highway.
1 0 acres bearing orchard, mostly
prunes, 3 acres get to logans. S acres
set to young prunes, buildings; Im
plements, small tools, some chickens
17 good lots located on gravel street
buildings good location. Price $3500.
15 acre tract, 14 acres cultivated.
1H acres strawberries, family orch
ard; 5 room house, barn, well, good
soil. Price $5500.
10 acres located on main Pacific
highway, 5 acres of Italian prunes.
W. H. GRABENHORST & CO.
275 State street. n
SOME CHOICE FARMS
32 acres on pavement, close in, all
In crop, family orchard; good build
ings with stock and machinery for
20 acres, near Liberty, 9 acres bear
ing prunes, 1 acre logans; 5 room
house. $8750. .
26 A acres on good road, mostly
cleared; fine set of buildings, 2 acres
prunes, 2 loaans, 1 strawberries, some
suck and toils with place, for $S000.
20 aces all i:i cultivation and in
crop, mod ly cwn; lamny or-uaiu,
fine set of buildings with light and
water system ;all stock, machinery and
furniture go with place, for $iu,ov.
These farms are all offered with
part terms. We have many others,
both large and small. See us before
you buy, we can please you. See
CHILDS AND MARNACK
540 State St. bl85
THE BEST FRUIT FARM
at the price left near Salem 4 4 acres
16 acres prunes from 10 to 25, years
old; 10 acres loganberries; 10 acres
walnuts, not frozen. Two acre mixed
family orchard, two acres timber;
balance cultivated pasture. Splendid
10 room house, new fruit dryer, cost
$500; barn, warehouse, tank, wind
mill, etc., and only 2 miles from Lib
erty and State streets; Is on paved
road. If this place is sold witnin so
days the price is $26,000; V4 iown,
balance $ to 6 years at $ per cent
The place will pay for itself in that
time. Vt i
22 acre fruit tract adjoining cjty.
8 acres logans full bearing, splendid
crop, 5 acres evergreens, 4 years old, 2
acres of another variety blackberry,
Just planted, 5 acres peaches, 8 acres
of logans Just planted, splendid house
and barn; tractor and all tools, water
pressure system, In the best fruit sec
tion of the state; crop and everything
for $19,000, terms. The crop wilt net
$6000 this year. This offer is only
mien for one week,
! i r nan terms. Will take a eood oun
galow in Salem as part payment
Five room cottage, modern in ev
ery respect, paved street desirable
location, close in. $295.0.
Another one off Highland avenue,
two lots, house; $1800, terms.
Still another in same neighborhood,
One of the best bargains in city, In
the most select neighborhoods, six
rooms, garage, paved street; $5000,
How would you like to buy a good
lot for $50, right In the city, $10
down and $5 per month. Just a tent
on it this summer and you have paid
for the lot In rent saying; thirty to be
sold in this way.
The best money making small gro
cery In the city, bank deposits will
prove it or any traveling salesman,
A list of twenty other houses to
In every part of the country. I
have a customer waiting for the right
kind of a 40 acre tract and another
one for a 20 acre tract. It might be
yours la the one. Come In and see me
M. W. ROWLEY. ..
402 Oregon Mils. Phone 708J n
STOVES rebuilt and repaired. 60
years experience; Depot National
and American fence, sizes 24 t6 68
inches high. Paints, oU and varn
ishes, etc., loganberry and hop
hooks. Bnlem Fence and Stove
Works. 250 Court treet. Phone 124
it. By Bud Fisher.
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WE WILL BUILD YOU A HOilU
YOO PAY A SMALL PAYMENT
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BALANCE LIKE RENT
COMfi IN AND TALK WITH C3
OFFICE OPEN EVENINGS
. R. B. DORNEY
PHONE 851. 329 OREGON bldg. a
Why Sell lor Less.
WE will pay you more cash for youi
- household goods. Get our bid be
' fore you aell. People Furniture
and Hardware Store. 171 N. Com
mercial street. Phone T34.
SALEM SCAVA::3ER Garbage and
refuse of all kinds removed on
monthly contracts at reaaoaablt
rates, Ceea pools cleaned. Dead anJ
mala removed) Office phone Hair
17. - -
SALEM WATER COMPANY Offloe
corner Commercial ana Traae bi
Bill -payable monthly im advance
DR. ALBERT R. MILLER Optome
trist optician, eye thoroughly ex
amined, gfamea made and fitted
610-1I V. a bank. Phone $41 S
LAWN mowers, safety xaiors, cutlery,
sharpened, locksmlthlng, saw Cl
ing, umbrellas, repairing all kinda
Stewart's Repair Shop, $47 Court
Money to Loan.
On good real estate security
THOS. K. FORD
Over Lidd ft Bush Bank, Salem, Ore
Money to Loan.
Federal Farm Loan
Any amount Long time.
I hi and ( percent Interest.
City building loans.
A. C. Bohrnstedt
401 Masonic Temple, Salem, Orego
FARM LOANS Any amount. Lew
rate. Full repayment- privilege
Very prompt service. Ask about out
! 0-year loan at ( per cent Haw
kins A Roberta, 20$ Oregen bldg
DR3. WHITE and Marshall, oeteo-
res, phone 884.
TCtN CHEMEKETA Udge NO. 1
-i meets every Wednesday
evening at 8:00 at I. O.-O. F. hall.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS meet at M
Cornack hall on every Tuesday ai
8. J. L. Tucker, a O.; P. J, Kuntt
K. R. A S.
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem
bly No, 84 meeta every Thursday ai
1 d. m. in I. 0. u. jj . nan. r.
dresen, M. A.; A. A, Gueffroy, teo-
retary, Salem, Or.
TEAM, Auto Truck and Dellverj
Drivers Union No. 110 meet ever)
Wednesday evening at the Labot
Temnle. 8 o clock.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICi
Oregon Grage eamp No. I860 meets
every Thursday evening In MoCor-
naok hall. Elevator service, uracie
Mrs. Carrie E. Bunn, 648 Union Bt
recorder. Melissa Persons, 1415 N
4th street, phone 1436M.
W. O. W. SALEM CAMP lUMestj
every Friday night at ( o'clock li
McCornack hall, cor. Court and LH
erty St Visiting Woodmen welcome
C. D. Ross. C. C; L. S. Geer, elerl
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. $241
meets every Thursday evening at t
o'clock in McCornack building
Court and Liberty streets. H. Q
Coursey, V. C.J Frank A. Turnai.
Market Reports ;
Grain: Wheat No. 1 $2.30; feed
oats 96c; cheat hay $3J24; oat hay
2425; clover hay $25 29; mill
Butterfat: Butterfat 54c; creamery
butter 66 57c. .,,'
Pork, veal and mutton: Pork on
foot 1414c; veal fancy 16l$Hc;
steers 9 10c; spring lambs lOo; cow
7?i)0c; ewes 56c; sheep, yearling,
Eggs and poultry: Eggs cash 33a;
light hens 28c; heavy hens 80a; old
roosters IB (gi 16a'; broilers 8032o. '
Vegetables': Onions per pound 4o;
Oregon 8H6o; beets per sack
$2; turnips per sack $4.60; carrots
per sack $2.50; parsnip per sack
$3.50; spinach 10c lb; radishes 75c
doz; asparagus 15c; new potatoes
12140.; bunch beets 40c; cabbage 3c;
head lettuce 90o doz; red peppers
25c; rhubarb 4c; peas 8c; tomatoes
Krult: Strawberries $4.50; oranges
$8.607.00;. lemon $5.60; bananas
1114c; honey extract 20c.
Retail prices: Eggs dozen 40c;
creiAnery butter 062c; country
butter 660 flour hard wheat $3.60
3.76; soft wheat $3.
Portland, June 4. Cattle steady;
receipts 12; grain and pulp foil
steers $11.75 12. 2B; choice $11.00
11.50; good to choice $10.5011.00;
medium to good $!l.6010.50; fair to
good $8.509.50; common to fair
$7.75ffi 8.50; choice cows and heifer
9.75; medium to good $7.78 8.75;
fair to medium $8.757.75! canner
$5.006.00; bulls $8.008.60; prime
light calves $12.00 12.60; medium
light $8ll; heavy $68.60.
Hogs steady; receipts 342; prime
mixed $14.7615.00; medium $14.25
14.76; smooth heavy $11.0013.00;
rough heavy $10.0011.00; pig $11
Sheep wsaker: receipts 93S; prime
I H TO WAt OUT Ay ( THe wHout ftOLU 1 RAM
ere $4 v ewes l-i 51 7.50.
FortUnd, Or. June 4. Cubes ex
tra 48c; parchment wrapped box
lots 64c; cartons 55c; half boxes Va
more, less than boxes 1c morel
butrerfat 61go2e f. o. b. station; lla
Portland. i aid
Poultry and Eggs.
Portland, Or, June 4. Eggs sell-,
ing price case count S9c; buying
price case count 37c: selling prie
candied 41c; selected candled in car--tons
Poultry: Hens 2S32s; broilers S3
SSp; roosters 16c; turkeys dressel
52055c; geese 2225c; ducks nomi
nal. Wheat: Club $2.85; bluestem and
Turkey Red $3; barley feed $6,6.59
buying;" oats feed $69 71; corn No.
3 yellow $73 milling price.
Mlllstuff: Mill run $54 55 ton.
, Hay; buying price, timothy $353S
'. o. b, Portland; alfalfa $35; grala
$25; clover $38.
Major League Scores.
R H B
Detroit .. li 0
Cleveland . $ 1
Leonard and Woodall; Boehling, Uhle,
Neihaus and O'Neill. .
Boston .. ...,.... 1 0 1
Washington ... 2 9 1
Russell and Walters; Johnson andi
Chicago 11 0
St. Louis 4 $ t
Wilkinson and Sohalk; Burwell, D-ivts
Philadelphia 4 $ S
New York 5 5 1
Moore, Hasty, Perry and Perkins;
Shawkey and Hannah.
Brooklyn 5 T 0
Philadelphia 0 1 1
Pfeffer and O. Miller; Gallia, Bett
and Wltherow. M. Wheat
New York 15
Boston 0 T 8
Barnes and Smith; McQuillan and
Second Game .
New York --- 13 0
Boston 5 11 4
Ne'nf and Snyder; Rudolph, jleara
Coast League Scores
R. H. B.
San Franclsoo i t i
Los Angeles 4 8 1
McQuald, Jordan and Agnew; Kea-t
ing and liassler.
Sacramento - 6 8 1
Seattle 2 9 8
Flttery and Cook, Demaree; Onrd-
'ner and Adam t fi S.'SllZZl
Salt Lake - 4 1 I
Portland ......4....2 8 I
Thurston and Jenkins; Schroeder
and Koehlor. . 1
1 9 3
Vernon .. :..'....2 11 2
Oakland 3 11 8
Plercy and Alcock; R. Artlutt anil
$170,000 HO A I) BONDS OF MARION
COt NX V, OREGON
Sealed proposal will be received
by the county court of Marlon coun
ty, Oregon, at the court house in Sa
lem, in said county, until June E,
1920, at the hour of twelve o'clock
noon, of said day, for the purchase
of $170,000 permanent road bonds of
Marion county, part of an Issue of
$850,000 authorized at an election
held June 3, 1919. The bonds now of
fered for sale shall be dated June 1,
1920, and one hult thereof shall ma
ture June 1, 1924, and the other halt
thereof shall mature June 1, 1925,
and shall be tn denominations of $50
or multiple thereof up to the sum of
$1000, to suit the purchaser, and shall
bear Interest at the rate of five per
cent per annum, payable semi-annually.
All bidders are required to lnclo
with their bid a certified check pay
able to the order of Marlon county,
Oregon, and drawn upon an Incorpo
rated bank or trust company to tho
amount of two per cent of the par
value of th bonds Md for, and the
check of the successful blddss will be
applied by the county In part pay
ment of the purchase price or to se
cure the county against loss resulting
from the failure of the bidder to com
ply with the term of the bid submit
ted. No bid will be received for a
price of less than par and accrued in
terest and the bonds will be sold to
the highest bidder but preference wilt
he given to the citizens of the county.
The county court reserve the right
to rejoi't any and all bids. The pro
posals should be addressed to V. O.
Boyer. county clerk, Salem. Marlon
county,' Oregon, and marked "Pro
posals for road bonds." The success
ful bidders will be furnished with the
opinion of Messrs. Storey, Thorndlke,
Palmer and Dodge, of Boston, Massa
chusetts, thHt thn bond lire a valid
oblixatlon of Marlon county, Oregon,
By order of the county court,
IT. O. BOYER, Clerk.
Dated May 13, 1920.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAT.
(Copyright, 1920, by H. C. Fisher.
Trade Mark Reg. U. 8. Fat Offloe,