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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL; SALEM, OREGON
An Actress Who Divorced Three Husbands Is Looking For a Sane and Safe Fourth
SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1922.
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Foil SALE Weaned pigs. Phone
? F3. 156
"WANTED Children to caje for at
441 N Church. . 1159
FOR SALE Wood, saw and 10-
horse eras engine. PJione 1694J.
, . cl58
I'OR SALE Three work horses.
'harness, wagon. Phone 1694J
WANTED Monday and Tuesday
I or 6 cherry pickers. Call
WANTED Loganberry pickers,
pay 1 3-4c; campers preferred,
fit. 9, box 23, Portland road.
FOR SALE Small Acorn gas
stove. Call before 4 p. m. G. N.
Howell, 740 University street.
' - , 158
WHEAT, oats and vetch hay for
ale $10 in the cock, first field
south of Catholic cemetery. N.
C Peterson. cl57
FA1RMOUNT HILL Several
. choire buiMlnff lots. See us for
bargains, w. H. Grabenhorst &
Co., 275 State St. 156
6 ACRES With new bungalow
f ist of Salem. Price $3000 cash.
W. H. Grabenhorst & Co., 275
Btate street. 15 6
REFINED, unincumbered widow
83 years old, wants position as
'housekeeper, capable of taking
full charge. Phone 507J. 156
WE will pay cah for used car
bon (diamonds) also used dia
mond core drill. Address P O
: box 232, Edna, naKsns. 158
FOR SALE -Fuller and Johnson
. gas engine, fifteen (15) h. p.
-Will trade for good Ford tour
ing car. M. G. Godwin, Scotta
' Mills, Or. clSO
SNAP FOR CASH New five room
I bungalow, corner lot, north Sa-
-','- lem. Price $2450. W. H. Gra-
ibenhorst & Co., 275 State St.
MODERN 5 room new bungalow
with furniture, close in on pav
I ed street and worth the money
lifor $6000. Ben.F. West, 370 H
State street. 166
WANTED 20 loganberry pickers
; oy juiy a. a miles north or sa-
. lem, camp grounds furnished.
'J-Oall Charles , Weathers, phone
Wib 13. g!5 8
WANTED To rent furnished
housekeeping rooms by business
kman and wife, close in and
treasonable; state price. Address
IF Capital Journal. 156
WIDOW and maiden worth over
I $80,000, want kind helping hus-
bands. Write quick for pictures
I and descriptions. Box 223,. Los
FOR SALE By owner, 8 room
ji bungalow, east Salem, near
J school. Large lot, fruit and gar-
den. Electricity and gas. In-
quire 2286 Mill fit. 156
$600 DOWN, balance terms for
)one of the finest little bungs,
lows in the city, new and mod
em in every detail.
Vftnfl nn thnti-utid n
FOR SALE $100 down and $10
per month buys 10 acres of
I first class berry and tree soli.
Price $1250. Interest 6 per cent.
W. H. Grabenhorst & Co., 275
1 State street. bl57
WANTED Ladies experienced in
fancy work, anxious to earn ex
I tra money at home, spare hours,
I w.-ite immediately to Underwood
I Art Goods Co., Portsmouth,
tOR SALE OR RENT 2 room
house and three lots in King
1 wood park. Rent $10 per month.
I Price $1000, easy terms. W. H.
j Grabenhorst & Co., 275 State
street. " 15 6
Easy" PAYMENTS, 4 houses and
lots on $200 down, easy monthly.
.$ balance. Several buys on $500
I down. Fire insurance. H. E.
I Brown, realtor, over Busick's,
ftate and ,oniYYir-ri.',l. n
roH SALE Lease on 380 acie
farm, 90 acres in crop of which
two thirds guca. all necessary
machinery and tools and all
stock. Price $2000 cash. W. H.
Grabenhorst & Co., 275 State St.
SPECIAL for quick 6ale, two wheel
j trailer for Ford $20; Stude-
baker 6 less than 7000 miles,
j $300; Ford touring $135, Chand
i ler coupe, perfect, $1200; Ford
t sedan $425. Oleson-Kookstool.
173 S. Liberty, phone 666. 156
HERE is your chance to get the
i Dome you want, owner leaving
city ana will sacrifice 7 room
modern home. Hj blocks from
Willson park. Look this over by
I HBYSER-FOLLRICH SYSTEM,
Fone one thousand. a
JtfARRY IF LONELY; for results.
try me; best and most success
ful "Home Maker;" hundreds
rich wish marriage soon; strict
ly confidential; most reliable;
years experience; descriptions
free. "The Successful Club,"
Mrs. Nash, box 650. Oakland,
MIXED AD 66 acres good soil.
u cultivated, for $65 per acre,
south of Salem.
Good general store doing big
business, good location, below
Vancouver, to trade for Salem
10 acres good soil, improved.
ZSe; trade for city.
Good lot in Spokane, Wash., to
trade for Salem.
Fire insurance. Brown over Bu
sick's, Stats and Commercial.
CUTE little fo terrier for sale.
BOARD and room close in, 495 N.
FOR SALE 'Girl's wheel. 212 S.
Cottage, $10. c!68
WANTED Loganberry pickers.
Phone 37F12. g!58
FOUR men wanted at Indian Hill
farm Monday. 156
PAINTING by day or
Call 928, Copland.
2 or 3 ROOM apt. ,4 block from
State, 160 S. loth. 166
FOR SALE Turkeys and young
roosters. Phone 14F13. 156
WANTED Loganberry pickers.
H. Stevenson, phone 108F2.
FURNISHED flat for rent at 446
Union, adults. Phone 680M.
CABBAGE plants for sale, Danish
Ball Head, $4 M. Phone 48F11.
SHOATS and stock hogs wanted.
Phone 254 or after office hours
FOR RENT Desirable light
housekeeping room. 340 Divis
ion. ' 3168
LOST Large white and brown
female pointer. Reward. Phone
CHERRY and loganberry pickers,
good patch: begin July 6. phone
WANTED 3 loganberry pickers,
. .house to camp in. Rt. S, box 184
phone 36F33. 156
APARTMENT wanted, 3 or 4
rooms furnished on first floor.
Phone 1162J. 156
FOR RENT Strictly v modern
furnished apartments, c Phone
1123W, -call 492 S. High. J157
GOOD Ford truck for sale, first
class condition.-H. E. Stewart,
Salem Rt. 4. box 118, v q!61
6 ROOM house for rent, no small
a) children. Call between. 6 and 8
evenings. 1188 N. Com'l. 156
WANTED 20 loganberry pickers,
water, wood, stove and shacks
to live In. Phone 88F11. g!69
FOR RENT Nice 5 room turn
ished cottage, twenty five dol
lars a month. 1168 Leslie St.
FOR RENT Sleeping porch with
or without board, close in.
Phone 1882J. 674 N. Churoh.
LOGANBERRY pickers wanted,
good patch, steady employment,
price 14, cent bonus. Phone
FOR TRADE One or two good
work horses, for fruit trees for
next fall's delivery. John H
Scott, 228 Oregon bldg. 156
57 MILES per gallon made with
new patented gasoline vaporizer,
Write for particulars. Stransky
vaporizer Co., Pukwana, S. 1).
FOR RENT 2 room furnished,
modern apartment on first floor
newly kalsomined and painted
Florence - hotel, phone ;928, on
car line. r J161
$1800 BUYS a nice 5 room house,
corner lot, on good street, close
to school. This Is a real nice
place and will not last long. Ben
F. West, 370 State St. 156
10 ACRES of prunes, full of
prunes, for $4000. Some down
with good terms. Can pay for
this in two years with crop.
Ben F. West, 370 54 State St.
WE 'want apartment house leases
and business opportunities, we
have clients on our prospective
list waiting for buys of merit.
Terminal bldg. ' i'
ON July 8th, 1922, at 10 a. m. will
be sold at sheriff's sale at the
Marion county court house, 67
acres of land that will In all
probability be sold cheap. See
-John H. Scott, 228 Oregon
bldg.. Salem, Or., for particu
FOR SALE HOUSES
FOR SALE House and 2 lots, ga
rage, chicken house, some small
fruit. 1770 S. Liberty. al67
FOR SALE By owner, 6 room
house, acre of land,- lot of fruit
and berries. 2660 Oak. al57
FOR SALE By owner, east front
bungalow, basement. Phone
$200 DOWN, price $1000, for good
7 room plastered house, north
Salem. S. R. Pearson, 210 U. S.
bank bldg. a
$600 DOWN, balance like paying
rent buys new modern five room
dwelling. F. S. Lamport, phone
FOR SALE Good 6 room house
Jn N. 6 th street, garage, cement
walk, corner lot. Price $3100,
terms. W. G. Krueger, Oregon
bldg. Phone 217. al56
$400 WILL handle 6 room plas
tered house, bath, toilet, electric
basement, close in on Division
street. Price $2300. See owner,
845 Division street. al56
$500 DOWN will buy new 5 room
modern bungalow on paved
street, cozy and about ready to
move into. Price $300. S. R.
Pearson, 210 U. S. bank bldg. a
SOLDIERS I have an unusually
good deal for soldier who has
the right of bonus loan. Come in
and let me tell you about it. The
property will take care of Itself
besides furnishing you a home
of your own. Wm. Fleming, '341
State street. - a
SEE THIS If you want some
thing good, modern double
house of 10 rooms, basement,
furnace, laundry trays, gas, etc.
garage. Yes, it is all here, and
on paved street and street car
at door. Price $4250, terms. See
L. A. Hayford, 305 State St. a
SUMMER cottage at Nye beach, 2
blocks from ocean, completely
furnished, built in bed In living
room; a bargain at $650.
9 room house, suitable for three
apartments, well built in, large
lot. variety fruit. $3500. Winnie
Pettyjohn, 331 tj State St. n
FOR SALE A nearly new small
home at 646 Market street. This
house is modern in every way,
with basement. French doors,
dutch kitchen, wood work in
ivory finish, back porch screen
ed, lawn, some fruit trees on
place. Is only two blocks from
street car line, and is in easy
walking distance from the cen
ter of town. Call after 6 p. m.
at the house, 646 Market street,
or phone 1076J. al6S
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
PURE honey at right price, phone
ELECTRIC fan for sals. 806 8.
Liberty. . cl5
FOR SALE Fine tons violin.
Phone 1128J. cl5
FOR SALE 6 months Honeymaa
pointer dog, $1S. Phone 4F1.
FOR SALE Electrio washing ma
chine, good as new, at S4i 8.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
FOR SALE Broccoli plants 30,
000, $5 In M lots. E. B. Smith,
Gervais, Or., Rt. 3.' cl68
FOR SALE WOOD
WOOD SAWING PHONE 1131 for
quick 'service. Ed Sproed. 197
GOOD grub oak and 16 Inch old
fir.-Phone 981M. eel72
JDRY, heavy barked 16 Inch old fir
and 4 foot second growth, phone
1727, 640 State. - 157
PLACE your order with the Salem
j, fuel yards, 762 Trade St. for
your winter's wood and coal.
' Phone 629, res. 2058, Chas. Soos
and Son. ee
BEST grade mill wood 16-lnch,
, 2 feet and 4 feet. Prompt deliv
ery, special price on car lots. We
can make delivery on ash, sec
ond growth and old growth fir
about July 15th. Fred B. Wells,
805 8. Church street, phone
FOR SALE LIVESTOCK
FOR SALE Day old calf. 1680W
FOR SALE Span black mares, 4
years old, well matched, weight
8000. Call S5F22. - el57
GOOD work team and harness for
$100. Victor Schneider, Turner,
Or., near reform school. el57
FOR SALE 4 fine high grade
Jersey cows, giving 4 to 6 gal
lons per day, at 249 S. Church.
FOR SALE Bull dog puppies,
also good talking parrot. The
Bird and Flower shop, 273
FOR SALE Automobiles
1917 FORD, good shape, 170 S.
GOING away, must sell Dodge
touring, 1920 model, good shape
$650. Phone 248. q!56
FOR SALE 1919 model Harley
. Davidson sidecar, good condi
tion, $50. Write or call S. B.
Parker, Gervais, Or., Rt. 8.
PAIGE car, new tires, license,
FOR SALE Ford truck, almost
new, fine condition, pneumatic
tires. Call 853 South 16th St.
FOR SALE Almost new five
passenger Dort car. Run about
2200 miles. Cost $1210. . Sale
price $560. Phone 921M eve
ANNOUNCEMENT We have
opened -our modern and up to
date garage at N. Commercial
and Norway and are now pre
pared to do all kinds of auto
and tractor repairing. Cars
stored by day, week or month.
E. Kroeplln & Sons. q!56
IMPROVE YOUR FORD
With a spiral ring gear, pinion
and CHATTERLESS transmis
Get our prices.
W. E. Burns Dan Burns
' (Not Brothers the Same Man)
High street at Ferry.
PARTS FOR ALL CARS. q
2 ROOM furnished apt. 1040 Les
FOR RENT Furnished apart
ments. 631 N. High. jl58
WANTED 3 loganberry pickers.
Call 53F41 evenings. gl68
ROOM for rent with or without
board. 624 N. Capitol. 3197
HOUSEKEEPING rooms cheap
156 N. Front. j!59
FOR RENT Small store room
also rooms. Call 686J. j
SLEEPING room suitable for 2
men, 617 Capitol, phone 468J.
' . 3157
FOR RENT Furnished house
keeping and sleeping rooms. 646
Ferry street. J156
APARTMENT for rent, 3 rooms
with bath. Phone 192, 164 S.
FOR RENT Strictly modern
furnished 'apartment. Call at
7 55 Ferry St. J167
FURNISHED sleeping room for
gentleman, 205 Oregon bldg..
pnone nzi, j
IFOR RENT r5 room modern
house with sleeping porch; cook
stove furnished, garage also.
Call at 2030 N. Commercial.
WHILE AWAY cottages and tents
for rent at reasonable rates,
lights, water, wood furnished;
good meals served on the
grounds, sea foods a .specialty,
Address Whileaway, box 674,
Newport, Or. J167
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND Watch, owner can get
same at Capital Journal office
by identifying watch and pay
ing for this ad. kl56
LOGANBERRY pickers wanted..
Call phonel07F12. gl58
WANTED Loganberry pickers, 6
acres. Phone 88F31. gl57
LOGANBERRY pickers wanted,
good yard, phone 29F11. glo6
WANTED Cherry pickers, 80
acres, zc 10. Webb Orchards,
phone 68F31. gl68
WANTED Loganberry pickers ad
Joining lair grounds on the east
telephone 72F13. g!58
WANTED Loganberry pickers, 70
acres. L. L. Vincent, Salem, Rt.
7, phone 41F24. gl56
WANTED 12 loganberry pickers.
good yard ana good camping ac
commodations. Phone 107F13.
CHERRY and loganberry pick
ers wanted, partly furnished
cabins. J. E. - Crothers, Rt. 4,
box 25, Tel. 9F4. gl56
WANTED Family of 4 to 6 lo
ganberry pickers, must be steady
workers, good patch. Mrs. K.
Schmidt, Rt. 8, box 116. gl59
WANTED Loganberry pickers,
family of 5, wood, tent, etc.
furnished. C. L. Carson, phone
WANTED Loganberry pickers.
Wood, water and potatoes furn
ished. R. H. Wolter, Rt. 6, box
63, phone 32F4. gl5
WANTED Four or five logan
berry and cherry pickers, close
in, family preferred, house fur
nished. Call 46F14. gl56
WANTED Four young ladies
with pleasing personality, who
have had some selling experi
ence. Apply between 4 and 6,
209 Oregon building city. g!56
WANTED A few loganberry pick
era. Yard close ln. Transporta
tion to and from yard. W. C.
Dibble. 729 N. Liberty street.
Phone 753W. g
MEN wanted for construction
work on irrigation project near
Medfsrd. Wages $1.60 per day
for eight hours. Rogue River
Valley Canal company, Medford
WANTED Cherry pickers, to
acres, camping ground; also
truck meets pickers at 60 a. m.
at bridge. Twin Oaks' farm.
Phone 17F2, Polk county., 2 Vi
miles northwest of Salem, Oak
Grove road. i. R. Chapman.
WANTED Loganberry pickers.
Two acres choice berries, six
blocks west of end of south
Commercial street car line.
Phone 99F14. Can start Mon
day. v g!56
WANTED Two good boys to car
ry Capital Journal routes, only
boys who need the money and
are real workers wanted. Ap
ply circulation dept. Capital
WANTED Loganberry pickers for
45 acres of berries; fine camp
grounds yg mile from street car
at Salem Heights. Picking starts
about July 6th. B. Cunningham,
phone 21F2. g!58
THE Whitney company has start
ed logging and sawmill opera-,
tions lu Tillamook county and Is
hiring men at Idavllle and Gar
ibaldi at going wages. No strikes.
Good clean camps and good,
wholesome grub. Write or call
The Whitney company, Bay City,
Garibaldi or Lewis building,
WANTED Millinery and dress
maklng. Phone 1694J. 1167
WANTED Painting and carpen
ter work. Call 1694J. ml68
WANTED Furniture, tool, etc
Phone 611. !
WANTED Maternity nursing In
private houses. Phone 1694J. i
WANTED 10 cords of dry wood.
Phone 9F3, Rt. 8, box 44, Sa
lem, E. W. Wickert. 1166
WANTED Old mattresses to malt
over. Phone 1, Capital City Bsd
ding Co. m
WANTED Owner of home to
$3600 that, will- accept 1922
Ford sedan as first payment.
TERMINAL BLDG. 1
SEE Y. Wl Manley, good sandy
loam, cellar digging, heavy
team work. Phone 199, Cherry
City barns. 1172
WANTED Etterburg No. 121
strawberries, currants, black
caps and cherries. Top prices.
Ward-K. Richardson. 0 1167
WANTED To buy 6 or 6 room
new house, not over $3000 with
, small payment, not over 14
blocks from post office. Box 50
care Journal. 1156
WANTED Furniture, tools, ma
chinery, stock, etc. Will buy for
cash, or sell on commission.
Phone 611, Woodry, the auction
WANTED Used furniture, rang
es, heaters, cook stoves, tools,
etc. We pay cash, get our pric
es before you sell. Liberty Ex
change, 241 N. Com; St. phone
CHERRIES We are receiving Roy
al Anne " and Waterhouse cher
ries, Mason Ehrman warehouse
corner High and Mill streets and
will continue from 7 o'clock in
the morning until 7 at night,
Sundays and holidays Included,
until the crop Is all in. We want
them now. Don't wait , until
they get overripe and let the
rain spoil them. We are
paying the highest price in Sa
lem and can use any amount you
may have. Lyons Cal. Glace Fruit
Co., phone 396 or call in person
at warehouse, or call Mangis
Bros. 717. 1
HOME laundry work done. Mrs.
Joy, phone 1766. ml57
WINDOW washing, prompt serv
ice. Phone 1802, Windowman.
FOR paper hanging or tinting call
131, after 6 o'clock call 1258W
DIAMONDS, gold bought, reliable
estimates. G. Ctamer, 713 Sell-
lng bldg. Portland, Or. ml78
LOANS Let me see you about a
loan if you want to build we can
help you. Plenty of money, no
. a.eiays. can bit, let us tell you,
LANGS hot blast fuel saving rang
es, $48 up. Let us explain why
we cut your fuel bill H. Peo
pies Furniture store, 171 North
Commercial street, phone 734.
HIGHEST price paid for second
hand clothing and shoes. Also
cleaning, pressing and repairing,
Call and deliver. Capital Ex
change, 842 N. - Commercial,
phone 1368W. m
RESHINGLING, ROOF PAINT
ING, in oity or country. First
class workmanship, lots of satls-
- fled customers. Free estimate.
Phone 13F82 or write E. L. Os
tergard, Rt. 4. ml70
SEE the AUTO RACES Tacoma,
wasnington, July 4tn. Stage
leaves Central Stage Terminal
Sunday or Monday, returning
Wednesday, July Sth. Inquire
Chas. W. Lanham, Central Stage
Terminal. Phone 696. 157
OUR BUSINESS Fire insurance.
automobile and truck insur
ance, including cargo ooverage;
bonds of all kinds. We write in
the best of old line companies
no assessments nor personal li
ability. The W. A. Llston Agen
cy, 484 Court street. m
NOTICE to the public, we now
weave null rugs, made out of old
carpets, any length or width you
desire; also clean, refit, resew &
size carpels; feathers renovated,
mattresses, steaming, remaking.
Salem Carpet Cleaning & Fluff
Rug Works, phone 1164. m
REAL. BUYS AND TRADES
8 1-3 acres, 2 acres yearling
prunes, 3-4 acre strawberries, fair
buildings, for $2800. Trade for
Salem home to $2400.
7 room plastered house, comer
lot, good location. A good buy at
5 room plastered house, paved
street, garage. modern except
neat, tor 2duu, witn good terms.
ft room cottage, H block from
car and paved street, for $2500.
Will trade for 6 or 7 room house
to 3oOO and pay cash difference.
W. A. LISTON. Agent
484 Court street. 157
10 acre tract located clone tn
highway, 3 Vt acres of loganber
ries, 2 H acres strawberries, some
cherries, well, barn, small shack.
Price $3000 cash.
6 acres 3 year old Italian
prunes in -fine condition. 4 miles
south. Price $1650, easy terms.
li acre tract, 6 acres bearing
Italian prunes, 4 acres two year
old. 2 acres logans. Price $6300,
Vt acre lots on car line and tiiv.
ed road all In bearing fruit. Price
$600 per H acre, $50 down, bal
ance $10 per month. 6 oer cent
Good S room house located on
paved street at 1355 Ferry street.
103 acre farm with buildlnea.
good road, 6 miles from Salem.
f nee. J6650.
80 acre farm. located S miles
from Salem, 6 acres cultivated. (
acres strawberries, some Umber,
rock road. Price $8690. H cash,
balance fedeal loan.
If you are looking to buy. trade
or. sell, see
W. H. GRABENHORST it CO.
27S State street. 1S7
FOR SALE Or trade for car,
large lot, beautiful view, $400.
'Phone 688R. al67
SOCOLOFSKY, 841 State, has sev
eral hundred ranches and 200
chouses .to choose from, call and
..see him. r
IilUST sacrifice two beautiful lots,
"east frontage, 1 corner and 1
Inside lot, at Summer and D
" street. For .further particulars
call at 444 N. Summer. al57
84 ACRE farm, splendid soil, good
buildings, $150 an acre, includ
ing crop; , will trade for Salem
5 room house splendidly locat
ed on Center street, large lot,
Large attractive corner close In,
$9000. Gertrude J. M. Page n
YOUR fossil display is not large,
but I have not seen a more per
fect one in any museum I have
'ever visited, said Prof. Parker,
geologist and " Inventor. You
don't have to buy oil stock to
see this display. We have the re
port of two well known geolog
ists on the Blue Mountain Oil
fields. We represent the Blue
Mountain Oil Co. in Balem.
170,000 acres leased. The best
oil fields in the world could not
be predicted with mora certain
ly say geologists, the world's
supply comes from similar
fields. Oregon Realty Co., room
1 Patton bldg. n
( GOOD BUYS
acre tracts on paved road
and car line with bearing fruit.
Price $600, $50 down balance $10
10 acre tracts in crop, fine fruit
soil. $100 down balance $10 per
month. Price $1260.
One acre with 6 room bungalow,
cherries, strawberries, located in
Morningslde. Price $2750, $1250
cash, mortgage to be assumed.
7 acres, 4 acres In prunes, 1 H
acres in logans, family fruit, chick
ens, cow horse and some machin
ery go. 6 room bungalow with full
cement basement, furnace, fine
water system, hard wood floors
throughout, located close to tomn.
Price $8600; will consider house in
Salem as part payment.
20 acres in bearing prune orch
ard. Price $350 per acre, will let
crop go If sold soon.
Real estate and fire Insurance.
W. H. GRABENHORST & CO.
27 5 State street.
Compiled from repbrts of Sa
lem dealers for the guidance
of Capital Journal readers.
Grain: Average valley
Hay: Cheat hay $11 1
hay $174i'lK; clover hay
Meat: hogs $1111.25; dressed
hogs 14c; top steers 6c; cows 5 He;
bulls 8 He; lambs 7 tic; dressed
Poultry: Light hens 14c; heavy
hens 18c; old roosters 8c; broilers
Butterfat: Butterfat 39c; cream
ery butter 4142c; country butter
3032c; eggs 18 19c; milk $2.00
Vegetables: Wax onions $2.25
crate; beets $2.50 cwt; Oregon
cabbage 4c lb; green peppers 40c
lb; potatoes $1.00 cwt; Oregon
lettuce $2.60 per crate; Arkansas
sweet potatoes $1.00 bushel; rad
ishes 60 c dozen; parsley 90c
doz; tomatoes $2.76 crate; art
ichoke $1.75 dozen; asparagus 15c;
cucumbers $2 per doz; new pota
toes 3o lb.
FrultB: Oranges $8.60; lemons
$9.00: bananas 10c; Calif, grape
fruit $4.00; Florida grape fruit
$88.60; strawberries $1.251.60
per crate: cantaloupe $3.7 5 on
standard; watermelons 4o lb.
Butter and eggs: Eggs 20 22c;
creamery butter 47c; country
butter 85(3) 36a,
Portland, Or., July 1. Cattle
steady; receipts 21; . top steers
$8.258.75; medium to good $7.76
8.26; fair t omedlum $6.26
7.76; common to fair $5.00(816.25;
choice feeds $5.266.25; fair to
good $4.005.00; choice cows and
heifers $6.25 6.76; medium to
good $5.256.26; fair to medium
$4.2505.25; common cows $3.50
04.60; canners $2.003.60; bulls
$3.76 6.60; choice dairy calves
$8.OO8.50; prime light $7.60
8.00; medium to light $7.00
7.60; heavy $4.5007.
Hogs steady; receipts none;
prime light $11.6011.85; smooth
heavy 220 to 800 pounds $11,000
11.25; 800 pounds and up $10,000
11.00; rough heavy $8.009.60;
fat pigs $11.60ll-75; stags $5
Sheep steady; receipts 242;
spring lambs $8.50 9.25; culls
1 5.00 a 6.1)0: feeders .uu w tu.uu;
light yearlings $7.00 8.00; heavy
16. 0007.00; llent wetners lo.uuop
6.00; heavy $46j ewes $26.
Butter steady ;ex cuoea so so
cartons 41c; prints 40c; butterfat
No. 1 41c fob Portland; under
grades 86 380.
iggs: selling case count itvtacic
buvine price 2023c; selling price
candled 26 & 29c; selected candled
In cartons 26 if 26c.
Poultry; light hens 16817c;
heavy 2223c; broilers 16W26c;
old roosters 10c; geese nom; ducks
20 25c; turkeys nom. dressed.
Mill run 3D.uo; oats , ji.uu'(p
35.50; corn No 3 yellow $29.00;
hay, timothy, valley $18.00; al
falfa I16&16.50; grain mixed $15;
clover $14. straw 38.
AT THE BLIGH TODAY
- Harrv Mvera i
w " r?l
IRON, steel, brass, aluminum, cap
per. Bring the pieces. Oxo-uas
Heating Co., 337 Court:
TOPS MADE TO ORDER 171 S.
F. N. WOODRY the live stock,
furniture,- real estate auctioneer.
Phone 611 for sale dates. Res.
1610 N. Summer.
G. SATTKRLEE, auctioneer. Real
state and stock sales. Cash for
your sale notes. Phone 1211J or
1177. Office 414 Ferry St. -
PREST-O-UTE BATTERY SER-
v 1UB, Expert auto electricians.
jrnone mug, 4i (jourt St,
328 N High
recuargeu auu repaired. Degge
Burrell. R. D. BARTON. Exlde batteries,
starter and generator work, 171
S. Commercial. .
AUTO Electrician, expert trcuble
shooting. 288 N. High St. phone
DR. SCOTT, Chiropractor, 416 U.
8. bang bldg.
BALEM SCAVENGER Garbage
and refuse of all kinds removed
by the month at reasonable rates
Cesspools cleaned and dead ani
mals removed. Day phone 167.
night phone 1237M. R. O. Cum
J. C. PERRY, Rexall druggist, 116
S. Commercial St.
HOUSJS wiring and supplies.
Welch Electrio Co., Phil Brown-
eii. manager, 879 State St,
ARCHIE FLEENER, ELECTRI
cian. House wiring by hour or
contract. Estimates furnished.
Phone 980, 414 Court St.
WE do house wiring and carry a
complete stook of fixtures.
Instrument repairing, experi
mental work. Electric applianc
es repaired. Halik Electric
shop, 837 Court, phone 488. m
BUILDING LOANS MADE May
bo repaid like rent.
Life, Fire, Health, Accident, in
demnity, Liability and Auto In
A. C. BOHRNSTEDT
401 Maaonlo Temple, Salem. Or.
CUT flowers and floral pieces. De
livery. C. T. Breithauft, florist,
123 N. Liberty, phone 880.
REPAIRING Phone 776, 219
N. Commercial street. 176
GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING
Save your oil use SAVOIL pis
ton rings. H. H. Schocker, 268
RADIATORS Fenders and bodies
made or repaired. J, C, Balr, 444
OLESON-ROOKSTOOL Used car
exchange. Cars bought and sold.
Guaranteed repairing. Washing,
GUARANTEED REPAIRING of
. all kinds on autos and tractors.
Cars stored by day, week or
montn. e. Kroeplln and Sons,
1610 N. Commercial and Nor
MEN'S and women's hats reno
vated, blocked and trimmed, 495
Court, C. B. Ellsworth.
"NEEDLEWORK SHOP," all
kinds of fancy work and hem
stitching done. 121 S. Commer
MRS. C. E. MILLER, hemstitching
stamping, buttons, hand embroi
dery. Room 10 over Miller's
store, phone 117.
SALEM Elite, hemstitching, chaln
stltchlng, pleating, buttons,
stamping and needlework. Phone
879, 829 Oregon blidg.
ARE FROWNED ON
- Limo, O., July 1. Charles W.
Baxter, sheriff, has Joined the
crusade against flappers and has
issued Instructions to his deputies
ordering them to call a halt on
petting parties" on county high
Complaints were beginning to
pour In to the sheriff's office from
irate farmers, who have been
aroused from their slumbers at
night by the appearance of auto
mobiles, some times only a little
ways from their door. The carb
stopped, turned out the lights and
remained for. some time.
"Petting parties aYe pests and
must be stamped out," Uaxtei
ays, referring to motor spooning
He, Bhe and the automobile
nave been forming threesoms on
the lean frequeuted country roads.
He and she do not need much
room, and even with the car it's
hardly a crowd.
A twist of the wrist and the
lights are out. Mother's home or
at the movies. Daughter has only
moonshine (both varieties some
times) to guide her.
Turning out motor llrhts on
the highway is as offense against
the law and deputies are out with
strict orders to take license num
bers in all cases where such con
ditions are found. Arrest, the sher
iff says, will follow.
So "Pinch the Petters" follows
"Swat the Fly."
Last season hundreds of com
plaints were made to Baxter by
Allen county farmers. By the time
officers arrived on the scene the
party had moved.
But this season It's going to be
Three deputies, each with a
touring car, are going to patrol
W. A. LISTON, GENERAL IN
SURANCE Fire, automobile
and liability. Bonds and loans.
ANDERSON AND RUPERT, IN
SURANCE Liability, automo
bile, fire, automobile, surety,
bonds, loans and investments.
406-7 Oregon bldg.
WECHTKB AND SMITH Maehin
lsts, engineers, welders. AEALD
cylinder grinding service. Phone
662, 845 Ferry St
H. AND M. CO. Specialty grind
ers and welders. Automotive ser
vice. 490 Ferry St.
IOWA MACHINE SHOP 252
Chemeketa street. Auto repair
ing, welding, cylinder grinding
M. A. ESTES, fine tailoring, 884
estate street. -
LLOYD E. RAMSDEN, Indian
motorcycles and Dayton bicycles
387 Court street.
HARRY W. SCOTT,
The Cycle Man,"
47 S. Com. Phone
PIANO playing, 12 weeks, guaran
teed. Beginners, advanced.
Room t over Miller's.
SALEM Nursery , company, fruit
and ornamental trees, smau
fruit and roses. Phone 1763, 42
GLASSES fitted by Dr. L. R. Bur.
dette, optometrist,,. Bow optica,
Co., 826 State street.
DR. W. L. MERCER, osteopathic
physician and surgeon. Klrks
ville graduate, 404-405 U. S. Na
tional bank bldg. Phones, off let
919, residence 614.
DRS. WHITE AND MARSHALL
osteopathia physicians and sur
geons, 606 U. S. bank building.
Phone 869. Dr. White, resl
dence phone 469; Dr. Marshall
residence phone 884. -
GEO. C. WILL, pianos phono
graphs, sewing machines, etieet
music and piano studies. Re
pairing phonographs and sew
ing machines, 432 State, Salem
'EVERYTHING IN MUSIC,"
Moore's Music houses, 419 Court
. street and Masonic bldg.
RELIANCE AUTO PAINTING
310 B. Winter St. phono 851. '
THEO. M. BARR Plumbing,
heating, sheet metal works, 164
PLUMBING, repairing and coll
work, reasonable charges. A. L.
Godfrey, shop foot of Union St.
FOR wedding invitations and an
nouncements see Bertelson,
printer, Y bldg, Salem. m!56
A SATISFIED customer returns
Rowland Printing Co., Phone
xoiz, over fatton book store.
STOVES rebuilt and repaired, 60
years experience; Depot Na
tional and Ameriecan fence, sizet
26 to 68 Inches high. Paints,
oil and varntahes, etc logan
berry and hop hooks. Salem
Fence and Stove Works, 260
Court street, i'hone 1Z4.
OREGON Transfer & Storage Co,
Cars washed and polished. Ex
cavating, plowing and fertilizer;
4 foot slab wood tor sale. IVion
SALEM WATER COMPANY Of
fice, corner Commercial a nr.
Trade Sts. Bills payable nionthl)
in advance. Phone 67.
WANTED Rags and secondhand
goods of all kinds. Capital Junk
company, phone 898, 216 Cen
DRY MOVEMENT IS ON
IN JAPAN NOW, REPORT
Toklo, July 1. Japan may be
the first country to follow the
United States Into the aga of corn
whiskey and home brew. It won't
be very soon, but the movement to
deprive the richlsha man and the
geisha ot their "sake" and those
who have acquired western cul
ture of their beer and Scotch
whiskey has started.
The W. C. T. U. ana other or
ganizations, similar to those
which consider a cocktail a crime
in America, are interested. They
have been doing prohibition work
for years, but It was not until re
cently that the campaign started
with force. Encouragement by
the passage of the minor prohibi
tion law by the diet la responsi
ble for the activity, and now one
sees groups of girls and women
with an occasional man on prom
inent street corners handing to
passers-by circulars tellings of the
evils of drink.
Totaling 80,892 lines, ap
peared In the Capital Journlal
during the five months ending
May 81, 1922. not including
real estate aad classified direc
of 251 juls In the same period a
The Capital Journal carries
double the numbers of Want,
Ads of kny paper la the field
Want Ads Pay
Tokio. July 1. Akl-ko Yanagt-
wara, Japan's beautiful poetess ' '
and former "Queen of Chikushi,"
has been kidnapped and imprison
ed In the Toklo home ot her bro-
ther. Count Yanaglwara, -who de-
niea her the right to marry her -.
youthful lover, Ryusuke Mlyazakl
whose entrance into the life of :
the woman kept her from commit-
ting suicide and caused her to
leave her husband, Denemon Ito, -
Kyushu, coal king and one of -.
Japan's wealthiest men, j
That la the latest episode in -the
thrilling love drama which
has held the people ot Japan en- '
raptured since last October.
Akl-ko, which means Miss
White Lotus, Is thirty-four years
old. She was born ot a noble Jap
anese family and educated in a .
mission school here. As a girl she
developed an art in writing Jap- .
anese poetry,' and today she is
considered the country's leading
When she was only sixteen
years old the Yanaglwara family
In accordance with the customs
of Japan decided that Akl-ko was .
old enough to be married. Much
against her wishes she was taken
out of school after a union had
been arranged through the cus
tomary go-between with Viscount
Klta-kojl, and soon a son was
born to therri. The marriage was
a failure, however, and after two
years Akl-ko secured the consent
ot her family, and, left him.
Heturng to School
She returned- to school and de- 11
voted all of her time to her poetry
publishing books which rapidly
became very popular and made her '
known throughout the empire.
Then she decided to become a
Blnger, but the family had other
plans-. A marriage had at last been :
arranged with Ito, whose exten-
slve coal holdings in the souther
Island made him one of the coun- '
try'B most wealthy men. They
were married seven years ago, Ito
being then sixty-two years old.
He gave his wife $10,000 as. -a-7
betrothal present and erected a
home In his province ot Chikushi
Akl-ko, whose beauty made her
even more popular with the people
of her husband's country than
HA her poetry, became known as t
the "Queen of Chlkuehl."
Although surrounded with i
wealth and luxury, Akl-ko was as
unhappy with her second mar
riage as with the first. Soon after
the wedding Ito Is said to have
begun a life of dissipation, the ,
climax being reached a little over
a year ago when he la alleged to
have bought from a house ot ques
tionable reputation a geisha for
$2,000 and carried her into his
own home to live.
Then the "fairy prince" of
whom she had dreamed came into
the life of Akl-ko. He was Mlyaz
akl, twenty-four years old, then a'
student at Toklo Imperial Univer
sity. His trip to Kyushu waj to
confer with Mrs. Ito about plans
for dramatizing one ot her poems
for production at bis school. It :
was love at first sight, and the
next few months saw the affair
Flees From Husband ';'
Then last October the coal king
brought his wife with him on a '""
business trip to the capital. He"
was suddenly called home, but
Mrs. Ito remained here to read -
some of her poems before the To
klo Women'! club. She bid her
husband good-by at the station '
and then promptly disappeared.
Several days later she was
found at the home of a friend of
her youthful lover. Meanwhile Ito iS
had arrived home to find a mes- '
sage from his wife, declaring that '
at last she had found the love
she thought did not exist and that
she would never return to him. '
It was accompanied by all the
Jewels and choice possessions he
had ever given her. Following
Ito's consent the families arrang
ed a divorce.
Mrs. Amanda A. Bones ras re
ceived notice of her appointment
as postmistress of Carlton and
will assume her duties In the near
The Capital Jour
Not Including real estate and
classified directory ads
at 288 Want-Ads and 3117 lines
over April 19X2.
Of 868 Want-Ads and S237
lines over May 1921.
The Capital Journal prints
Twice as Many Want Ads as
any other paper because Capital
Want Ads Pay