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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL,- SALEM,- OREGON, SATURDAY, OCT. 9, 1915.
NEW TODAY . i
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?HONB MAIN U.
Window ' cleaner.
j-IR WOOD $2.50 per
WAXTED Wood to saw, prices reason
able. Call .VJIR. (Jet9
I THE MARKETS !
Part of Original Town Plat
Laid , Out Sixty-Five
J'OR SALE Mill; cow and a hog. Mrs.
Bull. Garden Road. Oet!
J , X I ' K li 1 E X C V. I OIK L Wn n t s gen ,. rn I
housework. Phoio 'J'iOI.I 2. Octil
WANTED Laundry to do. Can give
good reference. Phono iiOoM. Oct 12
l'OR SALE Shetland pony, cart and
harness at a bargain. Phone Sl''22.
The veal market is weak, aud pork
is really not bringing what it should.
Poultry is also weak in all the markets
and today 11 cents is the high price.
The upward price of eggs seems to
have stopped at 2S Tents cash and 30
cents trade, case count. . For strictly
firsts, a few Portland houses are of
fering two cents more, Mid this is also
paid by a local commission house for
Xo. 1 candled,
ii-t i. i..it . i .
,i nrni iiums lust rue same as vester-1 ti... , n. . . .. . ..
nay. although there was a little-weak- mi i.n . ..... . . ., ...
I .. . ., " ., , . , vuu rciiuns iiuiiuing hi to corner 01 1
enii.g in the Portland market. The re-, it;,,,. an,, m,rt Btrill,?s ilpi. . ,;.,
tail price of flour will probably be ad-lt0 several of the oldest members of tie
vanced 20 cents next week, following i lodge, the fact tlyu the comer prom-rtv
the advance in Portland. on wuj,.h tlle 0(M Fellows building is
, locaien nas neen owned ny lliemeketa.
lodge for the past -1(1 years.
I This lot, which is known on the or-'
. $13.00 : iginnl plat, of Salem as lot 1, block:
.$9(ff$10;21, is part of the origjnal town as laid!
.$9$10it and dedicated bv the Rev. William
RACER'S WIFE CAN DRIVE MACHINE, TOO
WANTED To tmde young cow for
wood. Phone l."4il.'l. (all f0(i X.
(inn X Oct 12
HORSE BlddY AM) HARNESS for
.-si If. cheap, or will trade for cow. lOil.'i
IS. 14th. Oct 11
ACl'ORDI AN PLAITING done bv Mrs.
Alice Hildel.raiul, i4N S. 14th street.
Phone lolSW. Oct 12
WAXTED To buy a second hand
cream sepnrator..Adressd E. H. Mincli
Salem, Route '.'. Oct!)
1 OR SALE One good gentle driving
home and good top buggy, $l2o. 2(ij
South Church street. Oct!'
2 V'KAR OLD JERSEY Bl'LL for sale.
Also 2 year old heifer. John Marn
nch. Roiile 3, box 253. Oct 12
Hay, timothy, per ton
Wheat, new crop .....
uats, new crop
WAXTED I'lnco to work for room spring lambs Gc j
and board, by young man going to
school. J.-M. W., care Journal. OctH
l'OR RENT S room house, 3 -blocks
from state house, furnished or partly
so, if desired. Phone 331M. Octl'2
FOR RKXT Furnished house, all mod
ern conveniences, close in. ( all 2.")0
8. Cottage or phone "731?. Oct!)
A. NICE LITTLE Al'TO for sale or
trade, cheap. Coll or write 180 N.
23rd street, city. Oct!)
BALDWIN and Spitenberg apples de
livered for 50e per bushel. Airs. Os
car Mever. Phone 04F21. Octlo
1XH SALE V potato slyiker digger, 1
O. K. elevator -potato digger. Hood
as new. II. Pohie & Son. Oct!)
'OR SALE An excellent driving horse
chcnpif taken at mica. Paul R. Walk-
er, R. P. 1). Xo. 7, box 213, Salem.
FOR REXT Large upper room, fur
nished or imfur.nislled. Nice for wo
man employed at 337 8. JStli street.
II Kill C.RADE P1AXO Walnut case,
in good condition, for sole at hall'
juice, new. Cull' or phone S12. Mrs.
J. Wenger. Oct!)
(iUALITV APPLES Choice and fancy'
inodc Island (.ireciuugs and .Northern
Spies, 75 ce;,ts a box delivered. Haul
er. Phono SE22. Octl-'
FARMERS TAKE NOTICE For sule,
good sound brood mare, S years old.
gentle and-true. Xo scrub. Call at
720 S. 13th street. Oct!)
85c 'H. Willson on March 22. 1S50. and was
30(7i'32c ' part of his donation land claim. He!
Rolled barlev $31.00 ;camo to this country in the earlv '40 's I
Corn $40 s a niissionnry of the Methodist church
Cracked com $41.50 1,0 found an Indian school, and from!
Bran $27.00 'tnis school nrose Willamette university.!
Shorts, per ton $28.00 ', I'ots Sal,1" were pretty cheap in!
Clover seed 13 to ltie. ,ne ea.r.'-v ,,a.v a on February 23, 1850, j
Mr. Willson sold to James Davidson fori
Buttwl , a consideration of $020 twenty-four lots'
Rttrfn ' o. in tl,e lle,lrt of S1t,, These lots in-
Butterfat , 33c CU(,C(1 t, lu , , t f t; -
Creamery butter, per pound 35c0l,era house to the Masonic Temple,!
j .., ,(, east nnlc ot lle noyr
77T ... hlilHl ,b.v Webb & Clough through and
Eggs and Poultry. inducting the city hall, and the lots on
I'ffis, oandled, Xo. 1, cash 34c I Liberty street "beginning with the
Eggs, case count, cash 2Sc ; clothing store location of Brick Bros.
Eggs, trade 30c through to Ferry street. Also many
Hens, pound 11c I other in the business district, all for
Roosters, old, per pound 7ic ' t,1
Spring chickens, pound 10(Hc ! I'0 P"' a"' two of block 21 were
I held by James Davidson until February
Pork, Veal and Mutton. ;2- I's,1ii'- w,ne they were sold' to the
, , , ' ilhemeketa lodge Xo. 1 tor $2,000. This
Tieal, dressed 0clwle in tu.lecl the present location of the
Pork, dressed Odd Fellows building and the Westa-
Iork, on foot oo'.Bef0tt nll(1 Ti,icisen Rr0).erv.
By its trustees M. P. Baldwin, J. V.
teers 5S l-2c I Vou'ng and Ray L. Fanner. CheuiVketa
COWS 3 Ci 4C I ln.lira 'n 1 unl.l nn rr,.l, li lQlln
'' I1 1
Mr. and Mrs. Dario Resta.
Mrs. Dario Resta, wife of tho famous automobile racer who recently
6roke the world's record for 100 miles in Chicago, is something of a driver
herself. ' When the pair go out for ft little pleasure spin, Mrs. Resta is often
seen at the wheel. The accompanying picture was made in Chicago, the
other, day while Mrs. Resta was driving her husband to the track, where a
little later he' made the new speed record. ,
Tomatoes, Oregon 75o
String garlic .' 15c
Brussels sprouts 10c ! present building begun
for $5,000, to H. B. Thielsen, the south I
42 feet and 10 inches of lot 2, on whicli
was erected the brick building now oc
cupied by the Westacott & Thielsen
For many years the corner was occu
pied by a livery stable owned by Min
to Bros. But in the spring of 1!)00 this
wjss torn down, ami the erection of the
CITY HALL NEWS
C. E. Bnrtnett, who was arrested yes
terday by the Salem police on a charge
of bootlegging, took, 24 hours to enter
his plea before Judge Elgin this morn
ing and intimated' that he would de
mand a niry trial. JHirtnert was arrest
Sweet potatoes 21,4cl11- Burnett shoveled the first spadeful led last winter on a charge of illegal
t .ii .. ', .lint :.. k A . : - rm.. , ,,. ..... v...i I u.. .1...
Letttico , 40c
Celery ; 40(a6Uc
Lemons, per box
California grape fruit .
Dntes, dromedary, case
of dirt in the excavation. The actual I Honor selling but was acquitted by the
work of construction started March 1,1, jury. About a week ago he was ar
1000, Erixon ami Van Patton having ' rested on a similar., charge and paid n
the contract. The contract wns awnrd- i fine of $75 in municipal court.
ed to them for $33,000. Labor and
much of tho materials used were much I Oscar Bridges pleaded guilty to a
cheaper than at the present time, nndjchnige. of beiiifT Intoxicated and was
the same building now would require given five days in jail in default of a
10 fine. Fred Lewis, arrested last
nighl on a like charge wns also given
a five tiny sentence by Judge Elgin.
the expenditure ot' close to $40,000
On January 1, l!)01, the building wms
turned over by the contractors to the
lodge which was soon after dedicated.!
Salem s beautiful civic venter, so
much admired bv visitors, anil its
wide .streets, are due to the foresinlit of
one man. AVhen the Key. William 11. lenses mrninst t'ncAiMnd areMiivestiiga'-
Byron Tigerstrand and J. D. Smith
were still in tho city Jail today as "sus
pects" tho polices jolieva they have
(iOe j yjs011 ai,j 0f amj dedicated part of i ting a number of rumors in connection , together wilh what is known as
MONEY TO LOAX $1,000 up to $10,
000, on improved farms. T'nos. A.
lloberts, 20!) V. S. National Bank
Bldg., Salem, Oregon OcU15
TO $10 A DAY easily made. Co
opeinte with us. Capital or exper
ience unnecessary. C. R. Sales Co.,
1310 S. St., W, Cedar Rapids, la.
LOST Sunday, Oct. 3, gold bowed rim
less hifocnl spectacles on State street,
near library. Notify A. L. Johnson,
1155 N. Summer utreet. Oct9
SPLIT BODY OAK wood, $4.50 per
cord; grub oak $5.00, $5,5(1; nsii $4,50.
Second growth fir, $3.50. Phone
.1054, during business hours. J, II.
Eaton. Nov II
KOOMS FOR RENT Two pleasant
rooms, modern in every" respecet, 4
Mocks north of state house, 1-2 block
from carlinc, terms to suit. 840
t'nion street. tf
ffi A DAY easily made. We have a
proposition th.".t will interest you.
Big profits. Positive necessity.
Household Novelty Co., 431 Market
street, Siiiibury, Pa.
FOR eu.H-Onc of the nicest homes
on Fairmouut Hill for n little more
than half its value, iilmost your own
terms. See ns et once. Lnflar &
Bolinger, 4(1(1 Hubbard Bldg. tf
MONEY TO LOAN $50,000.00 nt
per cent on farm property, Will.nn
etle valley, also several applications
or loans on city property mid large
list of exchange's. Jacob ti Co., 311
Stale street. Room 3.
WANTED $1200.00 at per cent in
terest, on- reside-.ice property in Sa
lem, conservatively worth $3000. Car
rying insurance of $2,500. If inter
rscte.l call on Geo. B. Jacob Co., room
3, Kayno Bldg. Thone 2121. tf
MONEY TO I.OAH On improveo
farms at 7 ner eent annual interest.
I am representing the Commerce Safe
Deposit Is Mortgage Co. of Portland,
iiregon. ynick delivery or money
Write m or call at Marion ITotel. F.
J. Berger. Salem. Oregon. tf
'"OH TRADE OR SALE Very cheap,
ler.rly two ncros of Pine blnck gar
den land, with new bnibliniis. drilled
well, young family orchard, slwut !
blocks from fair ground store. A
nice home for r little monev. In
piire U55 N. High. Oct!'
!U HALE OR TRADE All or part
or Xil aero. 4 venr old cherrv so. I
prune orchard, 4 miles out. good
roads. W ill tnke stock rancd, city
lots or nonce. Mut be free from
leblrdiiesa. Owner. 1I1.V 8. Com 'I.
Eggs, per dozen .- 35c
Sugar, cane $0.10
Sugar, D Q $5.!)0
Creamery butter .,. 40c
Flour, hard wheat $1.55(2.35
Flour, valley $1.35(1? 1.50
Portland. Or., Oct. 9. Wheat Club
!lc; Bluestem 95c.
Prime Steers $o.2:(; 6.35.
nl'iicy Cows $.500.5.
Spring Lambs $7.50(3 8.70.
Butter City Creamery 31 '-..c.
Eggs Selected Local Ex. 35fn3(ic.
Broilers I'Mn 14c.
If it's for $ale, a Journal
Want Ad will tell it
his donation, land claim as. part of thejwith the cose,
city ot isuieni no years ago it was Ins
vision of the future that made the prin
cipal business streets 99 feet wide, and
Wive Salem the civic center that is
uow the envy of every city on the
Elmer Smucner and Dewey 8. Mil
!h-r went to Salem this week to serve:
!..'! r 1...1,,.,'
as jurors im me vciuuvi icim ui uutiu
Verne W. Laiitu will hold an auction j
nt the old Walcil place near Macksbuig!
on Tuesdny, October 12. M. H. Hos
tetler will cry tho sale.
V. A. Giesy of the Southern 'nemo
force at this stutiou is taking a lay
off, and is making freipient trips to
Mrs. Frank L. Miller left nSturday
for a, visit with friends in Iliinnibal,
Missouri. She will be gono about a
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Barrett, of Sea
side, came up this week to visit Mr. and
Mrs. .1. F. Kerr und family at the Pi
Miss Noma Yorgeii, of Wallace, and
Mr. and Mrs. Diiluth anil Miss Goldio,
of Portland, left Saturday evening for
California where they will visit the
ik R. Gribbee, of flervais, has pur
chased 30 acres of land near Turner
Rugs Carpets Linoleums
We have the most complete line in Salem
No matter how beautiful the v furnishings and
hangings may be if the Rug is out of harmony the
room will lose balance. If you need that odd rug,
carpet or piece of linoleum, no matter what size
we can suit you. We bought large orders of floor
coverings before the raise in prices, owing to the
scarcity of dye stuffs, and we can make you better
prices than you can get elsewhere. See us before
buying. - . - ,
Miss Mary Hurley has moved her
household goods to Portland where she
will make her home for the present.
Mr. and Mrs. Arch Boone of Palouse,
Washington, who have been visiting
their aunt, Miss Barbara Wattier, re
turned home Wednesday.
ChHrles Simon, ot 'South Bottom,
passed through Gervais Monday en
route to M. A. C. having just returned
from an extended' trip to tho P. P. 1. E.
Otto Schwab has purchased the John
Barnes property now occupied by 1).
Cnnnanl aid owned by August Xibler
and will soon move there with his family.
Fivo gnllons of gasoline, a match, a
flash and a fire alarm was turned In lit
5:40 this morning from the Capital ga
George Moore residence, lie will prob
ably move to his new homo Mi is month.
H. A. Tackelson iH in the city from
Alaska where he has been tho last throo
years. Ho was thero in business with
Always Watch This Ad Changes Often
FOR THE WOODSMAN
Wo have all kinds of Axes, Sledges, Wedges, Saws and Equipments
for tho woods.
All kinds of Corrugatod Iron for both Eoofs and Buildings.
A good $800.00 Laundry Mangel, slightly used for ono-fourth original T
A Woodsaw complete for sale or will trade.
Two Ponies and Harness at a price that will surprise you.
H. Steinbock Junk Co
The Houso of Half a Million Bargains.
302 North Commercial Street. Phone 808. t
rage. It appears tnnt a customer wciii miis nroiuer, who men recently. Jir.
into tho gtuwge early this morning to jTackelson brought the body to Soattlo
get' his car and while looking around! for internciit.
in tho darkness for . some water he 1 Among those transacting business
struck a mntch and fonnd a can of. here recently wfre Mr. and Mrs. A. 1j.
gasoline. The gasoline was in one ol'iGniiske; W. R. Scheurer anil son John
the repair pits where some waste wns, Scheurer, of Bntteville, Henry Blossor,
scattered about and the flames started of Hubbard, Paul PelUitz, of Union
with a rush. The firemen applied their
chemicnl extinguishers and the confla
gration was soon under coutrol with
only a few scorched, places about anil
District, und Mr. anil Mrs. P. II. Tuck
er. Some excellent specimens of corn
be ye been brought to the Aurora State
the wiring burned out of a car near tojltank this fall. C. C. Oldfield brought
tho pit. The damage was nominal. jin some ginnt stallis tins ween, one
nil 1 1 eignt (ins on n. nils corn was
from eastern seed (iiiiacliiiiated) und
the enrs did not mature.
C. C. Sinuclier brought several ears
of while dent, corn into the Observer
office this week, which was raised by
'npitnl Journal Special Service.)
T7. -in,. nr n..t o Tl.n u..v..a.
ville school o,.ncd Monday, a. in. with , "" "". r-"nvt ?""' ' , , u
., , ,,., ,i, ,..i a foot, long and filled to the end. Mr.
Mrs. Ed Porter, nt SilviTtmi m th , ,.. , !.. ,ih .t. i ..n . Sn in ker ,h 3 acres on which ho Crew
.. ' --------- , ...... t-li m i no niiMicr ununt. ucu niu iicn . ,k , it .
guest ot Mrs. 11. 1.. Koester, last week.LanK for ,,0() ,,, ,.uU Tliursduv a. m. 1 2" U"sb"h- 1 h(" f" l,lHt
Mrs, Porter was a teacher in our schools to ,hn a,m,riHc of the teachers. SiiutJ.v,,,,r f""n ''(,r" wM 1,1 tho A"r,,rn
in and ',( and has maiiv friends w...:,i. . !.. i:., rifk ti... .,..:ii, .,.i stores,
Smith was in line with the pupils and;
marched in and made a very pleasant The sale of noises, cnrriages,
(nil, .'',.' (which look place Saturday at
. There will be pieiiehing! here Sunday.' Aurora Inery stable, resulted
Iwith mnriiiiiir mid eveiiinir. I lllOlie tv being bid III by
The ladies aid society met nt the! Knim-, Hie holders of the chattel niort-
luirch on Wedncs.tav afternooK ftir'gnwe unuer which ine proprriy
ir you LIKE TO MIX
YOUR OWN PAINT
we hjavn all the materials yon need.
Whito lead, oil, turpentine, dryer, col
ors etc. Von can buy any of these
materials In the ipiaiitity you require,
be it little or large, (juality of tho
best und prices as low us such quality
Lumber tho very best, Nordby
shingles niul Inth nlwnys on iinnd. Givo
us a trial order and see what wo can
do for you.
THE CAPITAL LUMBER CO.
A, B. Kelsay, Manager
310 8. 12th Btreet Phone 436
SALESMEN Pocket side line,
live proposition, all merchants in . i,v
towns of toii.oiio nnd under want it.!jir
rays ;.uu commission on eacii sale. waH rnis(1(1 hv ltaVmia ,,,,. Uh 'j
o collecting, no risk to merchants. , 1,1, ).(
We take back unsold goods. Easiest. j.',H.lz Nil)U.r 9oM llU fllrm neaT bh
'"BK K '" r,r' I.lace last week to Mntt Gilsdnrf. Thi
fered. Ca if ield Mfg. Co., 208 Sigel
in this section.
Mr. and Mrs. Orvillc Smith havo
rented the M. S. Cobb house recently
vacated by Mr. and Mrs. John Schoeu
and will move tiieir household iromls
Itioue trom Silvei ton this week. church on Wednesday hfterhnn ftiri unite under which the
Oct.l, About 3.) tons of sweet com has , h,.ir r,,,,,l ,....! !." the fnllf,inr nt. i sold. J. S. Hulirer acted as auctioneer
1 been shipped from this station ti limit: i.: i 1. t. . inn,l mrcnt fur Smller Sl Kriius. The
Oregon lacking (.0. at Salem this week j i,,, . Mrs Bnilev vicenresiileiit Mrs inierty was sold in block for $lil.
Nun II. tirown. A irt of this is .McAfee, secrctarv; Mrs. Teel treasurer. ! Observer.
Ilrrm-n w nu-n puiamn .1,1. 1 n ...... 1 n., r ....
......... .. w.... lu.notu ,11, ti ju t.'i iinv am 1,111 11 111 n it inr a tm.iu rn Tin
held at the school house: October 20.
The next meeting will bo held thej '
JThn concrete foiiiidiit ion for the add!- DlU It tVCF llipp611 tO IOU
t ion to tlie ciiiin ii nas nee'i completed,
the work all being donated.
; ! Brijustihe resultsyouwt
Oar Aim is to&ive you!?esb
No matter what Kipdot a
Wantid uou put in our
paper wew21&iwyou rcsdts
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Scaled propo-nls will be received nt
the office of A. Legg, architect, 1111-
.-.I ... IL.I..I... 'Ill llll. l...
ill i i. Hi., ii Hiun -i', i,-w, i'i hi, i v I , . . , ..j . . . - ., ' .,
modefing of the I. O. O. K. building. " ''' "1 5 '" WJ' ,
place coiitains about forty acres and
has a number of fine English walnut
trees in bearing. Consideration $7500.
A strip of land 30 feet by NO rods of
this j. lace was sold to Peter Prantl.
-Mrs. Emma Ritchey and a friend of
Mrs. Ritchev's from" La la vet te. Ind..
By Mort Burger
Salem, Oregon, in eccordame with ."""V
()l ............ B .. .,.,.. . ,.,.. ,.im.
drawings and specifications, copies
which may be luid from tnc architect.
Kitchey was very much taken with Ore-
Not Known Whether
Mariposa Is Total Loss
which mav be had from tnc architect. . , , .. , of tj1B A
Certified check cinountiug to 10 per . ' ' h"l' ' n.r de.le to to-.,,,
cent of the nid must accompany pro-1'" h-re in the near future.-Htar. l(M,kv
The trustees reserve the right to re
ject any and all bids.
Bv order of trustees.
C. E. ALBINY
NOTICE TO TAXPATEBS.
Notice is hereby given that we, the
undersigned resident tax payers, re
presenting ten per cent of the reident
tax payers in mad district Xo. 4, Ma
rion county, Oregon, hereby give no-,
tice to the tax payers of said district,!
that there w ill be a meeting of the rei-1
ident tax payers of mid dintrirt at the(
school house at Chr.Bil'oeg. Oregon, in ,
mid road district at 4 o'clock p. m., on:
the 1st ilav of N'ovemlier, ltl", for the,
puniose of1 'he preparation of sn Item-j
izc.1 estimate of the amount of money'
proposed to be raised by the levying of
an ndditionnl tax for road purposes, in
said road district.
(Sinned I John A Garin. V. E. Os-
lionie. E.-S. OslKirne, J. E. Smith. Cur-'
ti Colenmn. Irene Coleman, .lohsnna!
Knspp, Frank Kaapp. Albert Knapp.l
Casjier Libel, llsrrv K. Fawkes. Mary
The Want pages go to the
office and home and are con
sulted often and frequently
clipped and filed for ready
reference. The Journal
Wants are valuable that's
Delivered to Your Door
Oak Park Dairy
Pdom 60S 217 8. High
Seattle, Wash., Oct. 9. Whether or
not the Seattle-Alaska liner Mariposa,!
of the Alaska Steamship coinpnny, is a'
as a result of striking on the
shore of Pointer Island, liuin
Passage, 3.',0 miles north of Scnttle yes
terday morning, will not be determined
until the ('aiui'lian lialvago steamer J
Hnlvor arrives at tho wreck, probably I
Meager wirelens dispatches to the
Seattle offices of the company stated
simply that the vessel bad gone on the
rocks but the extent of the damage
was not stated.
If the Mariposa hss torn her bottom
off there will be small chance to save'
her, but if the hull can be patched she
will be towed to the nearest Canudiau
port for repairs.
The Mariposa passengers were tsken
off by the itramship Dispatch of the
Border Line Trsnsjiortation Company
and landed at Ketchikan,
The Journal Want Ad gets
the business. It finds the
position and it places the
right people in the right
place. It is small.' but its
B carrying power is tremen
"' i;t 1 1 can't undertanp wmH I I It I koriicjj (,N0VNCE I WOOL
Jra iA JbT ?JA corC M(T1T5 AWs'T Htytwfl
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aWliJJr VilCH rrr. ArV SOr Wkv-A'' W3 "E TMAT,f
rwr Sj iwM.Wriy vucroTL Jw J K
phone 337. (Ml 1 ' K. Fawkei,