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    THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, SEPT. 9, 1916.
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We Invite Your Inspection of
the Latest MAXWELL Car
Two carloads of Maxwells just unloaded
and ready for delivery.
Call or telephone and let us prove to you that
THE MAXWELL
is the world's greatest motor car value
Halvorsen & Burns
Maxwell Service Station
Ferry and High Sts. Phone 959
Maxwell Serviec near and far cares for ever Maxwell Car
PERSONALS
AUTOMOBILE SALES
(Continued from Page Six.)
Colorado 11,389
Virginia 2,915
North Dakota 8,991
Now Jersey 7,864
houth Dakota 7,904
Washington 7,702
Missouri 7,280
Georgia 7,200
Connecticut 6,781
Alabama 6,177
Maine 5,427
Kentucky 5.225
Montana 5,225
Mississippi ....... 5,000
New Hampshire 4,018
Arkansas 4,279
South Carolina .Y. .1 ... . 3.500
North Carolina 3,300
Rhode' Island 3,065
Idaho 2,916
Utah 2,725
IOuisiana 2,714
West Virginia 2,515
Arizona 2,423
Oregon 2,352
Wyoming 1,924
Nevada 1,723
New Mexico 1,279
Vermont 773
Delaware . . - 514
Total 514.210
According to Lay, the increase in
New York is due to- the enormous fi
nancial operations in connection with
the European war and the high prof
its arising therefrom. In Pennsyl
vania the industrial boom is the cause,
while the increase in Minnesota is
due to the wide market and higher
prices for lumber and agriculture
jH-oducts.
Other states in which increased ag
ricultural products are the cause of
purchases of automobiles are Ohio,
, Iowa, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Flori
i da.
! Tourists and summer residents have
1 brought about the increase in New
Hampshire; lumber and agriculture in
j Florida and Washington, and the high
price of metals in Missouri.
War orders and their consequent pro-
fits are responsible for some part of the
1 17 per cent expansion of Connecticut
registrations and higher prices for cot
i ton and lumber contributed to Geor
'gia's 30 per cent gain. Louisiana shows
a gain of 25 per cent, due to high
sugar prices and the big cotton market.
Arizona's copper mining industry play
ed it3 part in giving that Btatc an in
crease of 33 per cent.
HURRAH FOB ECONOMY.
(Eugene Register, Rep.)
When the state of Oregon has no
money to send an officer to another
state to bring bac a swindler who
has robbed good citizens of their hard
earned money, and when as a result
the swindler is turned loose to go on
robbing other people it is an evidence
that something is wrong.
There is always money we have no
ticed, to send the sheriff out to escort
ballot boxes and other election sup
plies to the precinctB and to provide
a body-guard for them on the road
back, although they might be sent
moro safely and more expeditiously
by mail or express. When the legisla
ture convenes there is always money
to pay a staff of clerks and stenog
raphers for a large number of men who
never dictated a letter in their lives.
There is plenty of expense money Yor
a flock of boards and commissions that
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A Big Touring Car for
Five People
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at less than $1000 where is
the car comparable to Saxon "Six"?
Answer that question for yourself.
Note the various cars that sell for a
price near that of Saxon "Six."
Recall that but a brief twelve months
past all these cars claimed equality
with Saxon "Six."
Recall how divided was the public
mind as to their relative merit.
And see how changed the situation
is today. Now that facts have
cleared the air of phrases.
See how settled the public mind is
upon the superiority of one car.
And that car is Saxon "Six."
SAXON STRENGTH,
SAXON ECONOMY,
SAXON SERVICE.
These have been impressed indelibly
upon the minds of motor car buyers.
Not by adjectives. But by actions.
By incomparable performance.
Only recently 206 Saxon "Sixes"
traveled 61,800 miles without stop
ping. Each car covered ;00 miles.
. Their drivers were not trained pilots
but Saxon dealers.
The winner averaged 34 2-3 miles per
gallon of gasoline.
The grand average for the 206 Saxon
"Sixes" was 23.5 miles per gallon.
This result is remarkable in itself.
But it becomes even more note
worthy when you consider that these
were not cars "tuned to the minute"
for a gasoline test on a measured
gallon of gas.
They were standard Saxon "Sixes."
Just such cars as you see on the
street daily.
Nor was the test conducted over a
specially selected piece of roadway,
all conditions ideal.
LLOYD L. RYAN, 'Agent
Saxon Station at Maxwtll Garage, corner High and Ferry Sts.
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Mrs. K. 'e,'Girrctte of Portland was
in the city yesterday.
R. FT Parkinson was a Salem visitor
yesterday from Eugene. -
Fred Johnson was a Salem visitor
yesterday from Airlie.
O. A. Ruble and wife of Silverton
are registered at the Bligb.
Councilman J. "A. Mills is in Dayton
attending to real estate business.
Franx Hensman and E.l Watkins of
Hastings were in the city yesterday.
C. G. Long of Independence was
transacting business in the city Friday.
Harry Q. Mills is home from a weeks
visit with his brother at Hood River.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Jones of Albany
are visiting at the home of Charles H.
Jones.
Dr. M. C. Findley and family left
this morning for Grunts Pass for a va
cation of a week or ten days.
Miss Ruth Reistnb of Woodburn is
in tho city and will take up a business
course at. tho Capital Business college.
Miss Mildred Wolf, daughter of W.
H. Wolf, formerly of this city but now
of Portland who has been ill at her
home, is reported today to be very
much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Sumnn who have
been in the city a few days returned
to their home in Eugene tins morning.
Enrl Atkinson and David Hartley
of Eugepe who have been in the city
several days returned to .their home
today.
Attorney Glen E. Unruh is homo
from Dayton where he has been spend
ing several ,duys harvesting his pruuo
crop.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Shelton of Jor
dan are spending the day in the city
with their daughter, Mrs. C. L. Sher
man, 1520 Broadway.
H. Halvorsen, city recorder of Siloam
Springs, Ark., is in the city for a two
weeks' visit with his brother, M. C.
Halvorsen.
Salem people in Portland yesterday
are as follows: W. W. Vincent regis
tered at the Perkins; A. H. Lea, secre
tary of tho state fair board, at the
Imperial; G. D. Purvine at the Oregon;
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. A. Roberts at tho
Seward.
I THE MARKETS t
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The following prices for fruits
and vegetables are those asked by
the wholesaler of the retailer, ai-il
not what is paid to the producer.
All other p.-ices are those paid the
producer. Corrections are made
daily.
There seeniB to be a general impres
sion among mill men . and commission
houses that the high price of wheat
has come to stay, especially since the
last government report showing a short
age. Another ar of the Sunbelt Turlock
cantaloupes was received today with a
reduced wholesale' price. Cassavas are
also cheaper and Oregon tomatoes are
down to 65 cents.
The Saxons Enjoy
a Tremendous Growth
The tremendous growth enjoyed by
tho Saxon Motor Car Company in its
less than three years of operation, is
the most fitting tribute to the Tight
ness of the car. At no time has it been
a question of passive acceptance on
Jhe part of the buying public It has
been a keen, vigorous demand a de
mand which has required a continuous
increase in our manufacturing facili
ties, which are still inadequate.
February 23, 1914, the first Saxon
was shipped from tho factory. Febru
ary 23, 1916, 127 were shipped, and
today we arc shipping approximately
175.
The Saxon Motor Car Company has
a definite ideal for which it is work
ing the ability to manufacture the
best automobile for the least money
and since its inception, every energy
of tho entire organization has been di
rected towards this ultimate end.
It has not been a haphazard growth.
It has been careful construction on the
original foundation laid in 1914.
Are we accomplishing our ideal f
We believe we are approaching it.
Today, we offer an. automobile con
taining more standard recognized parts
than any other car under a thousand
dollars parts that are admittedly' of
the finest material. The Saxon will
operate as cheaply as any car made,
and will perform with an ease and
simplicity which only the master motor
can accomplish. )
Yes", we are proud of our record. Wo
arc enjoying a phenomenul growth,
based on an honest value.
Grrttliis.
Wheat $1.001.10
Oats, new 38(a"40c
Boiled barley , 135.00
Bran r 26.5027
Shorts, per ton $31.00
'Alfalfa, California, ton 420.00
Hay, clover. 9$10
Hay, cheat 410.00ll.0t.
Hay, vetch : 411412
Hay, timothy, .. $15$16
Butter.
Butterfat 31c
Creamery butter, per pound 34c
Country butter 22(a25c
Eggs and Poultry.
Eggs, case count, cash 25c
Eggs, trade .. 26c
Hens, pound 12'j13VjC
Boosters, old, per pound 8c
Broilers, under 2 pounds 14
Fork, Veal and Mutton.
Veal, dressed 9lle
Pork, dressed ,.. 1112 l-2c
Pork, on foot 8 l-29c
Spring lambs, 1916 77 l-4e
Steers 56
Cows 3 l-24c
Bull 33 1-4
Ewes 44 l-2c
Wethers 5 l-2t
Vegetable.
Tomatoes, Oregon 65c
Cabbage 40c
Cucumbers 40c
String garlic 15
Potatoes, sweet 3 l-2c
Potatoes, new 11 14
Beets 40c
Radishes 40t
Green onions 40
Green peppers 6e
Carrots, dozen 40s
Onions tl.75
Beans, green and waxed .... . 4c
Onions, Walla Walla 1.75
Fruit.
Watermelons 1 l-2c
Muskmelons 41.25
Peaches, Oregon 2560c
Grapes - 41.00fal.50
Apples 50c$1.00
Oranges, Valencies 44,25
Lemons, per box ...... 47.44(5)7.50
Cantaloupes, per box" $1.50(51.75
Bananas, pound t
California grape fruit . 43.00
Florida grape fruit 4600
Pineapple 8c
Bassavas '. 1 l-2c
Honey $3.50
Betall Prices.
Eggs, per dozen, fresh ranch
Sugar, rune ,
8ngar, beet '..' :
Creamery butter .
Flour, hard wheat 41.80(5)2.00
Flour, valley 41.40fel.60
PORTLAND MARKET
....30t
. 47.35
.. 47-15
.. 40e
would never be missed if they were
abolished.
Hut when it is desired to send au
officer to a neighboring state to bring
back a smooth-talking crook who has
swindled honest people out of their
homes we lenrn that there is no money (
and that a deficiency must not be in
currcd. . j
The luckv man usuallv misses the
boat on the sea to matrimony.
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One week (6 insertions), per word 5c
On month (26 insertions) per word 17c
The Capital Journal will not be re
sponsible for more than one insertion
for errors in Classified Advertisments.
Bead your advertisements the first day
it appears and notify us immediately
Minimum charge, 13c
PHONE 937 For wood iaw. ti
WOOD HAULERS Wanted at once.
Phone 53F3. sept 11
LOST A little white cat. Reward. 260
N. Liberty street. sept9
PRUNE PICKERS Wnuted. Fhone
J2F23. septl2
WANTED A garage near D and Com
mercial. Phone 0!r'2. septl2
MAN AND TEAM Wanted a-t once
for huuling wood. Phone 40F3. seplO
KUBBEE Stamps made 165 8. Coral
tf
HARRY Window cleaner, rheno 76)1.
' ' . oct7
HAY BALING Done by Contract. Call
47F25. septO
TRESPASS Notices for sale at Jour
nal office, tf
TRESPASS NOTICES FOB SALE at
Journal office.
FOB BENT SIGNS For sale at Cp-
ital Journal office. tf
FOB SALE Or trade for wood, gaso
line engine. Fhone 451. tl
WANTED Good set of work harness.
Sam Stollcr, R. 5, box 157. septO
FURNISHED Apartments, also barn
suitable for garage. 491 N. Cottage
FOR SALE Baled hav. iust a few
loads left, while it lasts, 48.00 perl
T : T i.rj? i ...
iuu. iaim juts, ijt'iieiKuu rouu. so is
NOTICE I will pay you the highest
cash price for your used furniture.
Phone 511, Woodry the auctioneer, tf
FURNISHED Or unfurnished 5 room
slrietly modern flat. Call 1737W.
septD
CANNING PEACHES Delivered or iit
the orchard. I'houo 83F5. G. O. Boyco
septl3
WOOD WANTED 5 cords good fir
and ono cord grub oak. 1755 N. Com.
St. Phone 608J. septO
FOR SALE House and lot with eight
bearing fruit trees. Inquire Ben Ter
lich at Steujdoff market. geptlo
TWO FINE Young cows for sale for
450, one giving nice flow of milk. J.
O. Mii-kulsoii, it. 2, box 102. soptll
FOR RENT Or lease, 5 acres of onion
land in tho DimicK beaver dam, Hub
bard. Apply 165 N. Liberty. septO
FOR RENT A furnished sleeping
room with modern conveniences,
with side entrance. Phone 773R or
250 Center ,Mrs. Holeman. sept9
WANTED Help to pick prunes, 80
bushels more or less to bo picked eaeh
day. mi. east of Liberty store, ap
ply at once. D, M. Crouse. septO
MODERN 5 room house for rent, very
reasonable, near school, church and
street car line. Enquire 1491 South
Com'l. tf
I The average Russian wheat yield is
only ten bushels per acre.
The Journal Does Job Printing.
Portland, Ore., Sept. 9. Wheat:
Club, 41.30.
Bluestem, 41.3(1.
Fortyfold. 41.31.
Red Russian, 41.29.
Oats: No. 1 white feed, 428.
Barley: Feed, 433.
Hogs: Best Hive, 4.80.
Prime steers, 46.75.
Fancy cows, 45.25.
Culves, 47.00.
Spring lumbs, 48.35.
Butter: City creamery, 34c.
Eggs: Selected lucal ex., 31(5 :12c.
Hens, Vita 14c.
Broilers, 16(5 17c.
Geese, SftDci'
Why the Journal is popular
It prints the world's news to-
day.
VI AVI 211 Hubbard bldg. Mrs. D.
G. Foor district manager. Patrons
cordially invited to call and get ac
quainted. Special 10 day offer to old
patrons. septO
WANTED A man mechanically in
clined with a few hundred dollars to
invest with his services in good pay
ing business. Call Sunday 818 N. Lib
erty St. sept9
WANTED Four energetic women for
work of practical merit, who can
give part or wholo time. No house
to house canvassing. Call Sun. lav 9
to 11 a. in. and 2 to 0 p. in. 211 Hub
bard bldg. sept9
FEMALE HELP WANTED At once,
ten ladies to travel, demonstrate and
sell well established line to our deul
ers. Previous experience not neces
sary. Good pay. Kuilrond fore paid.
Goodrich Drug Co., Dept. 515, Oma
ha, Nebr. septU
PUBLIC SALE Friilay, Sept. 15, at
J. A. Jefferson farm on Silverton
road, commencing at 10 a. m. Will
sell 20 tons good baled hay; one team
lurge extra good mure mules; one
team large old mules; ono blocky
team horses, weight 2150; 5 yearling
heifers; 10 farm wagons; six sets
breeching work harness; 5 Stude
baker grovel dump boxes; one iron
wood ruck; ono 3 section harrow; 5
plows; siiine almost new; 2 hoise
corn cultivator; MeCorinick mower
2 liny cutters; gasoline engine, and
many other useful things too numer
ous to mention.
USE EXPENSIVE INFORMATION
Three strong reasons urgo you to buy tho Ford car:
First, because of its record of satisfactory service to
1 more than fifteen hundred thousand owners; Second,
because of the reliability of the Company which
makes it; Third, because of its largo radiutor and en
closed fan, streamline hood, crown fenders front and
rear, black finish, nickel trimmings, it is most attrac
tive in appearance. To these must be added its won
derful economy in opeyution and maintenance about
two cents mile; likewise the fact that by reason of
its simplicity in construction anyone can operate and
care for it. Nina thousand Ford agents make Ford
service as universal as the the ear. Touring car
4415.70; Runabout 4400.70 f. o. b. Salem.
Vick Bros.
SALEM, OREGON
The proper use of the vii.it fund of
agricultural information assembled by
the federal government at a cost of
about 4250,0110,00(1 to the nation, lias
not been general by a satisfactory
number of people on the farm. "The
situation," soys I'nul V. Maris, slate
leader of county agricultural work in
Oregon, "has been compared to that
of a great manufacturing concern
whose warehouses are full to overflow
ing hut whose selling and distributing
facilities are so inadequate that ' the
products cannot be placed ill the hands
of the consumer. Agricultural bulle
tins, institute lectures, tarm paper ar
ticles, state demonstration farms, nil
these and other agencies have pluved
an important part, but experience lias
taught that the ocular dcninnstrntiou
on the farmer's own farm of improv
ed varieties, better cultural methods,
standard market grades, etc., is the
most effective agency for bringing a
bout tho wide spread adoption of bet
ter methods. The announcement that
an improved strain of wheat has been
developed is not sufficient to bring a
bont its use. It is the actual demon
stration of its merits on ten or twenty
farms of any county that cause it to
be grown, resulting in an increase in
tho total cereal production of .he coun
ty that may far exceed in value t.ie
cost of the demonstrator. This Hi one
reason why the county agent work
was started."
FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping
rooms, ow jn. Jom I. Phone 2454W.
scut!2
BOARD AND ROOM For elderly or
feeble men. Address F. M. caro
Journal. Bept9
FOR SALE 150 black locust poBta.
Make me an offt. Address B. I,,
care Journal. BOut!
FOR SALE Bnlod wheat and ont
straw. Fred llartman, Turner road.
Phono 2509W3. ,0pt!
WANTED 50 horso power return tu
bular boiler, must be in good condi
tion, rhone 71. septO
FURNISHED Booms and housekeep
ing apartments, rates reasonable
close in, 1G0 Court tf
TOE BENT
IDS under this heading le a word.
Bead for profit; us for result.
FOR SALE 10 registered Bcrkshiro
hogs and 23 fine pigs. Will sell all
reasonable Phono 11F6. sept 13
PEACHES Too ripo to ship, 50c ft
bushel if you pick them yourself, M.
C. Pctteys, Wallace road. scptl3
FOR SALE Bay mare 6 years old,
fino driver, price 480.00. Phone be
tween 6 and 9 a. m. 20F22. scpt!3
WANTED Plow team and harness
two weeks for feed and reasonable
hire. P. A. Hciiihurt, Rt. 9, phone
S""1" gCpti3
WANTED Business woman well ac
quainted with city to assist with ot
. lice work part time. X Y Journal.
sept9
FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping
rooms, new modern house. Phono
745J or call after 5:30 p. m. 910 N.
Church. ic
PEACHES Come to tho orchard with
boxes or phono your order to 66FM.
N. C. Petteys, 1ft miles north on
Wallace. Kpw
FOR SALE 5 room house and 2 lots,
wood sued, burn and chicken bouse,
4350 cash will handle, it. Address !.
care Journal. septl I
PEACHES Come to tho orchard with
boxes or phono your order to 56F14
N. C, Tetteys, 1 miles north ou
Wallace road. septO
FOB SALE 3 half truck 8tudbaJr
er wagon. Will trade for heavier
wagon, cordwood or stumrage. 2786
Loe. Phone 1322-J. n
FOR SALE Or rent, modern five room
bungalow near Grant school, in good
repair. Will sell on terms or rent. It.
II. Mills, ut Spauldlng Logging Co.
office. f
BOUGHT, SOLD AND TRADED
Second hand mens' clothing, jewelry,
musical instruments, tools, guns etc
Capital Exchange, 337 Court St.
Puone 493. soptll
FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnished
sleeping rooms, office rooms and
housekeeping rooms, reasonable raten
W. II. Norris, Rce. Hubbard bldK.
Room 304. t
MABION COUNTY I. O. O. F.
The uext Marion county I. O. O. F.
district convention will be held in
Gervais on Saturday, October 14. The
afternoon session will commence at 2
o'clock and will be held in the Masonic
it 7:30. At 3 o'clock there will be a
hall. The evening session will be held
public meeting in the city hall. There
will be speeches from several of the
most prominent Odd Fellows of the
state and the public will be giveu an
opportunity to bear many good things
about Odd Fellowship,
.ALE Cunning peaches. Julian.
Fruit Farm, hnlf mile north of west
end of steel bridge on Wallace road,
bring your boxes. Phone 52F11. Jan.
Imiah. sept20
FOR RENT One of the host 250 acre
farms iu the valley, over 200 acroii
plow land, known as Isaac Durbin
farm on Howell Prairie. Louis Bech
tcl, 347 State. tf
100 ACRE Improved farm all in cu
tiyation, V, mile to school, all fenc
ed woven wire, some machinery,
stock and household goods, 412,500.
Will take house and lot or small im
proved place close in. W. H. William
Turner, Oregon. sept!)
FOR SALE 18 acres of well improve!
land, 5 miles cast of Salem, one half
mile south of tho Yeoman station,
all in cultivation, well fenced, house
and barn, good well of water on back
porch. A snap if takon at once. Price
42500, 41500 will handle it. Enquire
of A. L. Schulz, route 6, phone 66F13
septl
100 HOP TICKERS Wanted on tho
Horst ranch at Independence, the
largest hop ranch in Oregon, to re
place registered pickers who failed
to come account threatened railroad
strike. We have 567 acres to pick
and will start on the 7th and pick
about 20 days. Our erop is good and
clean, on high trellis and we furnish
baskets, wood, tent, apples, puro
water and clean sanitary camp
grounds with large camp stove, all
free. septl 3