Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, July 11, 1918, Page SEVEN, Image 7

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NOTICES
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT
Uotdo-e Hs lieraby given that the fin
al aocount of T. K. 'Ford ag adminis
trator of the estate of Innocent M.
Stephens, deoeaiscil, has been duly fil
ed in the .county court of Manual coun
ty, Oregon, nd that the 2Gth day of
August, ,1918. at 'the hoair'of 10 o'clock
a. m. thereof, at the court room of said
count has 'bten duly fixed as the time
and place for the hearing of object
ions to said, final account and the set
tlement thereof, at which time any
jerson interested may appear and file
objocltions thereto and ontest the
nar.i e. T. K. FOHD,
Administrator of the estate of Inno
cent M. Stephens, deceased. 8-8
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
Of the State of Oregon for Marlon
County
A. K. Mock, plaintiff vs. William T
Matlock, defendant, Summons:
To William T. Alalttock, the above
named defendant:
In the name ci the state of Oregon;
You are required and summoned to ap
pear and answer the complaint filed
against you in the above entitled act
ion on or before iSix weeks from the
tato of the firslt publication of this
tiunmions, and if you Ifail to answer
-within-said time, fT waut thereof the
plaintiff will tuke' judgment ugainst
you for the rom of $28.12 and interest
thereon alt the rate of 10 per cent per
' annrnn-frrmt May-8, im, and for tUo
further . sum of $25.00 attorney fees
end for plaintilff 's osts and disburse
ments herein expended. r ,
This sunnmons is iserved 'on you by
publiiatiom in the Capital Journal pur
suant to an order thoirfor duly made
and entered in tho albove entitled act
ion by the Hon. Percy K. Kelly, judge
of the above entitled court, on the
Cth day of July, 1918. The order pro
vide that the sumimonB shall bo pub
lishtid once each wi'ek for six weeks,
tond the date of tho first publication
is July 11, 1918.
The addiress of plaintiff attOTucy
is A. K. Meick, 208 Brown Bldg-, Eu
gene, Oregon. "
A. K. MECK,
8 22 Attorney for Plaintiff.
NOTICE .
Admintstrator'g Sale
The iiincfcrsir.hied," administrator of
the estate of Perdinand Manti-e, deceas
ed will sell for cash, on the 12th day
of July. 1918, and at the hour of 10
a- m. on the farm belonging to said
estate, near Pratum, Oregon, all hors
es, cattle, farm machine)', harness,
wood, autotacbile, gasoline tank and
dther personal property belonging to
aid estate. All persons desxnug to
purchase any of said property are w
ed to attend HYERLYi
Aug g Administrator.
IN THE CTRCUIT COURT
Of the State of Oregon for Marion
County
A. K. Meek, plaintiff vs. vnliam
T. Matlock and Lodetna A. Matlock,
defendants. Sutoimons:
To William T. Matlock, the albove
- named defendant: "
In the name of the state of Oregon;
ISTou are required and summoned to ap
pear and answer the complaint tiled
against you and Lodema A. Matlock
in the aboive entitled action on or be
fore six -weeks from the date of the
first publication of this summons, and
if you fail to answer within said time,
for want, thereof the plaintiff v.-i!l
take judgment against- you for the sum
of $121.(12 and 8 per cent per annum
interest theTCon from October 13, l.H;,
"and ft per cewt pfrannum interest on
420000 from June 29, 1915, until Octo
ber 13, 1915, and for thirty dollars at
torney fees and for plaintiff's costs
and disbursements herein expended.
This summons is served on you by
publication in the Capital Journal pur
suant to an order therefor duly made
and entered in the above entitled act
ion bv the Hon. Percy B. Kelly, judge
of the above entitled court, on the
Cth rlav of Jul', 191. The order pro
vides that the auminonis shall be pub
lished ouce each week for six weeks,
ad the date of the first publication
is July 11, 1918,
The actress of plaintiff attorney
is A. K. Mack, 208 Brown Bldg-, Eu
gene, Oregon.
A. K.' MECK,
8 -22, Attorney for Plaintiff.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
Of the State of Oregon, for Marion
County
N. B- Moon and Martha E. Moon,
ntaintiffs' vs. Fred Collins, Smith Col
linj; the unknown heirs of Frank Col-
KNOW WHY -- - It's
Willamette Valley News
Dallas Chautauqua
Campaigns For Sale
of Season Tickets
Dallas, Ore., July 11. A meeting of
tho pledgers of the 1918 Chautauqua
was held in tho Dallas Commercial
Club rooms tin Mill street Tuesday
night and plans made for carrying on
the sale of tho sea-son tickets for the
big attraction that will begin in this
city on July 17th. The meeting was
presided over by Oscar Hayter, presi
dent of the association and after a
thorough discussion of the problem it
was decided to' cut the city up into
districts and have workers call on every
house in their respective districts in a
manner similar to that adopted by Red
Cross and War Having stamp workers.
A number of representative citizens
from towns throughout the county were
present and assured the members pres
ent that tliey could sell quite a number
of tickets in their respective districts.
The Dallas Chautauqua this year
promises to be the biggest and best
ever held here and a number of highly
patriotic lectures appear on the pro
gram fer the week. Dallas has hereto
fore experienced little difficulty in dis
posing of the desired number of season
tickets and notwithstanding the fact
that a number of people have left the
city during the past year it is the be
lied! of the nsociation that the usual
amount will be sold with ease.
"Sheriff May Have Draft Evader. - -
Sheriff John VV. Orr arrested a young
nan named Jones who gave his home
address as LnGrando last night on the
streets of this eity on the belief that
he may be a draft evador. The young
man's appearance in the City had
caused the officer to suspicion that he
may have ascaped the recent draft of
tins, deceased, and also all other per
sons or parties unknown claiming any
right, title, estate, lien or interest in
tho real property described in the com
plaint herein, defendants, Summons.
To the above named defendants.
In the name of the etate of Oregon,
yoa aro hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint filed against you
in tho above entitled court and causo,
on or before the 22nd day of July,
1918, and if you fail go to appear and
answer said eomplaint, for want thoro
of the -plaintiffs will apply to the court
for the relief prayed for in their com
plaint herein, a su'cinct statement of
which is as follows:
A decree requiring you, and each of
you, to set forth the nature of any
claim which you, or any of you, have
in'or to the following described real
premises, towit:
Beginning at the northwest corner
of the Towner Savage and wife dona
tion land claim in tho northeast quar-
Her of section 12 in township. 7 south,
range 3 west of the Willamette Merid
ian; thenco south following the west
line of said D. L. C. 9.50 chains; thence
south 34 degrees west 3.30 chains;
thenco north DO degrees west 6.57
chains to the center of the county road
leading from Salem to Aurora; thence
nocth 34 degrees cast along the center
of said rond 9.68 chains to a stone due
west of the place of beginning; thence
east 1.43 chains to the place of begin
ning, and containing five acres, more
or less, situated in Marion county, Ore
gon.
and that all adverse claims bo deter
mined by decree of said court and by
said decree it. be adjudged and decreed
that plaintiffs are tho owners in fee
simple of said ruremises, and the whole
thereof, and that neither you, the said
defendants, nftr any of you, have any
right, title, estate, lien or interest in
or to said premises, or any part there
of, and that a decree be entered by
said court forever enjoining . and re
straining yon, and each of you, from
asserting any claim or interest What
soever in or to said premises, or any
part thereof, adverse to the plaintiffs
or their successors in interest, and for
such other relief as to the court may
seem equitable and proper.
You are further notified that this
summons is served upon you by publi
cation thereof in the Capital Journal,
a newspaper of general circulation
printed and published In flie city of
Salem, Marion county, Oregon,: and
that the dato of the first publication
thereof is the 6th day of June, 1918,
and the last publication thereof will
be made on the 18th day of July, 1918.
Thig summons is so published and serv
ed upon yon pursuant to the order of
the Hon. George G. Bingham, judge of
the above entitled eourt, which order
was duly made and entered of Tecord
in said cause on the 29th day of May,
1913.
SMITH k SHIELDS,
Salem Bank of Commerce, Baiem,
Or, Attorneyg for Plaintiffs. 7-1S
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. ORE. THURSDAY, JtXY 11, 1913.
M To Get A Woman's
young men becoming of ago and after
questioning the party he took him in
charge- and confined him in the county
bastile vrtil more complete informa
tion as to his age can bo ascertained.
After being taken into custody Jones
admitted that he had served time in
the Oregon state reformatory.
; Fined For Stealing Auto
Charles Cosso of this city is serving
a ten days sentence in the Polk county
jail for stealing an auto belonging to
the Clough brothers who live east of
the City. The theft was committed last
week and at a hearing Monday the
boy was assessed a fine of $10 and a
jail sentence of ten days.
Band Concert Saturday Night.
IT. S. Grant, director of the Dallas
Home Gurd band, announces that the
next regular concert by that organisa
tion will be held on tho court house
lawn next Saturday uight,July 13. The
concerts this season are proving a big
drawing card to tho people from the
surrounding country and each concert
I finds that space around tho square
pacicea wnn macnines irum aa over
the county. '
Sam Bulk, a prominent ranchor of
the Airlie country, was a Dallas busi
ness visitor Wednesday.
Glen O. Grant, an employee of a
Portland shipyard has returned to tho
metropolis after a week's visit with
his family in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Patterson leave
tomorrow for a short outing at the
Tillamook county beaches.
George Gohrke has accepted a posi
tion in a meat Market at Corvallis and
left the first of tho week to assume
his new position.
Hollis Smith has resigned his posi
tion at Dunn's confectionery and tak
en employment at tho Ford Garage on
north Main street.
Mrs. Winnie Bjadcn returned the
first of the week from a short stay at
Seaside r.i.d other beach resorts.
Dr. R. C. Virgil is tho proud posses
sor of a new Chevrolet automobile.
Miss Edna Simonton, of Salem, visit
ed at tMI homo of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Hayter the first of the week.
Central Howell
(Capital Journal Stpeeial Service)
Central Howell, July 11. We see in
the Sunday Qwgonian of July seventh,
where W. 8. Ditffentaiigli of the Unit
ed States bureau of education favors
a continuous school year, claiming tho
ehild would be half wiay through high
school by the all-year method, before
it would be ready to begin high school
by the present method. Suppose he
would rush them through school at
that rate of speed, what would they
really know t Ask almost any eighth or
ninth grade pupil the meaning of
words that are in use every day and
generally they iwill say, "I don't
know." In .tho school room they had
the dictionary to run to but outside of
the school room they fail to carry 'the
dictionary with them. They have noveT
had to center any thought on the
meaning of words, depended on .the
dictionary and not themselves. We
think fthe old way of learning to spell
and give the definition of the moat im
portant words in daily reading lessons
would too a (better idea.. Then tho pu
pils would have something to slay "with
them through life. We would also have
more cilficiertt teachers.
Two mare added to our Red Cross
auxiliary, Mrs. Fred Cary and Miss
Goldie Stisffcn.
Mr. and M rs. Ostrin, Mieg Sigra Os
tein and Miss Audrey Bagaett spent a
few hours at the home ot Mr. and Mrs.
.T w Hn the eveninle of the
Fourth. Mr. Ostrio, and brother have
a confectionery and malic station on
State street. Mist Audrey Bu,ggtt has
a position with them. -
Fred Durbin mashed his great toe the
third of July. He celebrated the Fourth
nursing iit. Dr. Fairehild is attending
him.
Monday Fenrdmore Baggctt had the
misfortune to get one of his fingers
on his right hand meshed, while help
ing load a car of lumber for Evans at
Pi&tum.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Parks, mother
and Miss Essie arrived at his brother
John's, a1out noon on the Fourth from
eastern Oregon, in the early morning
Of. tho fifth the stork presented Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Parks a new daugh
ter. '
Mr, and Mrs. John Parks and Albert
Parks' were shopping in Salem Satur
day afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Lichly were Sa
lem visitors Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Eegemen spent
the week end visiting her sister at Ks-tar-ada.
Mm. Anna Francis was koine a few
days last week putting, up fruit for
fettsntiGn Vhsn Haas fashion's Taming ?
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future use, and attended the celebra
tion at Silvertou the Fourth.-
Mr. ami Mrs. Grover Simmons and
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Simmons spent
the Fourth in picnic style on ha Abi
qua. ,
Arthur and Cirie Buell of Brush col
logo, Polk county, and six of their
high school friends were calling on J.
W. Baggatt and family one evening
last week. B110II9 and Baggett former
ly lived close neighbors in Salem.
, Those who enjoyed a few days fish
ing lately were Mr. and Mrs. Bobt.
Jnz, Mr. and Mrs. John Tweed and
children, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Durbin
and bafcies, Saul and Crota Jans.
Miss Crcta Janz spent last Wednes
day night visiting Muss Thehna Cary.
Oscar Bergsing, who was in a Salem
hospital three weeks and was operated
upon for appendicitis, is not getting
along very well, so his father reports.
James Milne, who had a sun stroke,
or heat stroke,' about two weeks ago,
is improving sJowly.'
Mrs. Grover (Simmons started foT
Jsewiport in the car Tuesday. Mr. Sim
' mons will go by train, Wednesday.
They will spend the summer on the
coast for the benefit of Mr. Simmon's
health.
Don't forg-eit Friday night, July-the
twelfth, at half past eight there will
be a meeting. at tthe Central Howell
school house for (the purpose of organ
izing a war saving stamp club. Good
speaking and a fine time is expected.
Come, everybody.
Miss Lillie Gerber spent - Saturday
night with the Mlisses Ask.
Mrs. Haslebacher visited Mrs. Olivia
Eggemen Wodnesduy.
Mr. Both baled hay for E. E. Baa
sett Wednesday. , ,
Victor Point Locals
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Victor Point, July 11. The elicit of
the binder ts begining to be heard m
our neighborhood.
A. food many from here attended
the dance at Maclcuy lwrt Saturday.
All ic-port a good time.
Mr. and Mrs. Boy Jones made a bus
iness trip to Sfflleini last Friday.
Frank Doeri'ller and family and Mr.
and Mrs. Joo Doctrgldr spent last Sun
day at Wilhoit.
Mrs. Mattildtt Tillalund jnade a busi
ness trip to Siiliverton last Saturday.
P. A. Doeifler will give another
dunce in h'is barn Saturday July 13.
Two thirds of the pndcjeeds from dance
numbeis and admission go to the Vic
tor Point Rial Cross 'auxiliary. The big
barn dance where everybody goes.
Mrs. T, Y. McLellan from Aumsvillo
and sistier from California, aro visit
ing at tho home of our merchant.
Glenn MxsLellau. '
The ladies of TJ. P. auxiliary will
have the stand and serve lunch at the
barn dance as usual.
THE MARKET :
Grain
Wheat, soft white 1.851.87
Wheat, red l-85
Wheat, lower grades on sample
Oats - 8085c
Barlev. ton . . $56
Bran'i M
Shorts, per ton .. 838
Hay, cheat, new $20
Hay, vetch, new - $20
Hay clover, new - - $20
Dry white beans 77c
Butterfat
Butterfat - '. 48c
Creamery- butter . . 49c
Fork, Teal and Mutton
Pork, on foot 15 3-i(a)WM
Veal, fancy : 13(16c
Steers 79
Cows 4eyac
Bulls B6c
Spring lambs ... 10c
Ewes 46e
Lambs, yearlings 6(57c
Eggs and Poultry
Eggs, Mrth 3&
Eggs, trade 3.1c
Turkeys, live, No, 1 , 2123
Hens, dressed, pound 30e
Old roosters . '. 15ft)16e
Broilers, live
Hens, pound ...... 21e
Vegetables
Potatoes, old ...... '75t
Potatoes, new 4c
California -ed onions $2
Onions, green 40c
Onions, Bermuda $2
Onions, Yellow Dnnver, Calif $2.25
Artichoke 75 f
Cabbage 3(3)4c
Carrots 2e
Tomatoes, crate ... . - $1-65
Turnips J : , . 84c
Beets 2'2c
Cucumbers .... 75(a$l
Cantaloupes ' ....-. .r. $3.75
Watermelons 4c
Peaches, crate m $1.25
Oranges ... $7.75fc
Grapo fruit, California $4.50
Lemons, box .... $1011
Bananas u 8c
Dromedary dates .$8
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i WHERE BUYER AND SELER MEETWE RECOMMEND OUR ADVERTISERS
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EVERYTHING
(Jem Electrie Co., Masonic Temple,
DENTIST
DB. P. I TJTTEB, DENTIST, ROOMS
413-414 Bank of Commerce bldg.
Phone 606. 114
FINANCIAL
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Real Estate Security
THOS. K. FOBD
Over Ladd & Bush bank, Salem, Oregon
OSTEOPATH
DBS. B. H. WHITE AND B. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians and'
nerve specialists, uraauate of Amer
ican school of Osteopathy, Kirkville,
Ho Post graduate and specialized la
nervous diseases at Los Angeles Col
lege. Offices 505-508 U. S. Nat. Bank
Bldg. .Phone 859. Residence, 1620
Court. Pbone 2215. Dr. White Kes
Phone 469.
REAL ESTATE .
A SACRIFICE SALE Strictly mod
ern, five room bungalow, gas, elec
tricity, naif cement basement, sta
tionary tubs, roomy lot, paved Btreet,
all paid, and garage. Oce block from"
street car lino. Price 10U0; 00
will handlo it. Square Deal Realty
Co., U. S. Nat. Bank bldg. Phone
470.
TF ITS REALTY or a business, you
will sell quicker, buy bettor, trade
, easier thru our system, of buying
and selling without commission. Up-
' and-doing people everywhere use our
July booklet to save time and money
Call or write Oregon Realty Ex
change Inv. Co., Inc., 28 Brcynian
Bldg., Salem Ore., Eugene, Portland,
San Francisco. 8-2
SECOND-HAND GOODS
BUY, SELL and EXCHANGE-
Men's clothes, shoes, hats, jewelry,
watches, tools, musical instruments,
bicycles' gums, Titles, revolvers, suit
cases, trunks, cameras, typewriters
and furniture. Capital Exchange, 837
Court street. Phone 493. 8-3.
Apricots - $2
' Retail Fricea
Creamery butter 65o
Flour, hard wbeat $2.853.10
Country butter 45;
Eggs, dozen L . 45c
Sugar saleg limited to two pounds in
Salem and G pounds to rural purchas
ers. For canning purposes 25 lbs at
one purchase.
PORTLAND MARKET
Portland, Or., July 11. Butter, city
creamery 46e
Jiggs, eejected local ex. 43o
Hong 26fffi2Sc
Broilers 30;32c
Cheese triplets 2526e
Dally Livestock Market
Cattle
Receipts 156
Tone of market steady, unchanged
Prime steers $1213
Choice to good steers $11(512
Medium to good steers $910
Fair to medium steers $8(0-9 .
Common to fair steers $0(S8
Choice cows and heifers $8-50(59
Medium to good cows and heiferi
$C750
Fair to medium cows and naiiert
$4.505.50
Oanners $3(ffi4.50
Bulls $6fe8"
Calves $8.5011.B0
Btockers and feeders $7(S9
Hos
Receipt 405
Tone of maiket itteady, unchanged
Prime mixed $17.35(917.65
Medium mixed $17.15(W)17.50
Rough heavies 16.3j'l6.65
Pigs $16.15(0,17
Bulk ....17.15 '
Sheep
Receipts 153
Tone of market strong
East of mountain lanihs $13.50(314
Valley lambs $13-13.50
Yearlings $910
Wethers $8f&9
Bwm $5.50fe8 , "
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Telephone
Main 1200
ELECTRICAL
127 North High
LODGE DIRECTORY
KNIGHTS' OF PYTHIAS MEET AT
licCornack hall on ivory Tuesday
at 8. P. Andresen, O. a W. B. Ga
lon, K. B. ft S.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. S246,meets
every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock
in Derby building, eornor Court and
High atreets. B. Day, T. C.j J.. A.
Wright, clerk.
SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY D. D.
Keeler, president; Mrs. Lou TilUon,
secretary. All eases of cruelty or seg
lect of dumb animals should be re
ported to the secretary for invest!
gation.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
.''Oregon Grape Camp" No. 1360,
'meets every Thursday evening in
Derby building, Court and High St
Mrs. Pearl Coursey, 814 Court St,
oracle; Mrs. Melissa Persons, recor
der, 1413 N. 4th St. Phone 1436M.
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem
bly No.- 84, meets first Thursday of
each month, at 8 p. m. in I. O. O. F.
hall. Norma L. TerwUliger, M. A.;
C. A. ViMiert, secretary, 840 Ow
ens street;.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Business location at 162
north Commercial, will Temodcl to
suit tenant. See E. M. Klinger. 463
State street, Salem, tf
BILLIARD -PARLOR for rent, wltt r
without fixtures; will remodol to
suit tenant; best location in city. E.
M. Klh.ger, 403 State street, Sa
lem. tf
rational war Garden commission
Vegetable and fruit sllcer for use
in drying. This and many other sug
gestions will be found in the free
canning and drying book which the
National War Garden Cofhmission
of Washington will send to any one
for a two-cent stamp to pay postage.
TRY JOURNAL W4NT ADS
RAILROAD
TIME TABLES
(In effect June second)
SALEM- OEEB LINE
No. 73 Arrive at Salem 9:10 a.m.
No. 74 Leave Salem 3:00 p.m.
SALEM, FALLS CITY ft WESTERN
101 Lv Salem, motor.. 7:50 a.m
163 Lv Eoleu, motor ...9:35 am.
185 Lv Salem, motor ..l:40p.m
Through ear to Monmouth and Arlis
167 Lv Salem, motor ....
169 Lv Salem, motor .,
...4:15 p.m
..5:58 p.m
..5:00 a.m.
Z3B Wy Irt Lv Balom.
162 Ar at Salem
164 Ar. at Salem
168 Ar at Salem
...9:10 a.m
..J 1:00 a.m.
5:00 p.m
168 At at Salem ....
......6:35 p.m
7:20 p.m.
170 Ar at Salem
840 Wy frt Ar Salem
... H i. mZ :30 p.
OREGON ELECTRIC
BouthBouna
Leave Arrive Arrlvt
'Portland 8alem Ingeni
6:30 am 8:3oam J0:50
8:80 asa 10:11am 12:25 ps
10:45 am 12:50 Dm
8:05 pm 4:15 pm 8:35 pa
4:43pm 6:40 pm 8:50 po
6:05 pm 8:07 pm Salem only
9:20 pm 11:20 pm Salem only
11:45 pm 1:55 am 6:50 am
Train
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SCAVENGER
SALEM BCAVENGEB Charles Soot
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
kinds removed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yard and cess
pools cleaned. Office phone Main
2247. Residence Main 2272.
STOVE REPAIRING
STOVES REBUILT AND BEP AIRED
50 years experience. Depot, National
and American fence.
Sizes 26 to 58 in. high.
Paints, oil and varnish, eta
Loganberry and hop hooks.
Salem Fence and Stove Works, 858
Court street, Phone 124.
LAWN MOWERS
THE FIXIT SHOP Let as repair nan
sharpen your lawn mowers. 80ir
Court. Phone 1022, U
WATER COMPANY
SALEM WATER COMPANY Offiet
corner uommereiai and Trade streets
Bills payable monthly in advance.
308 ACRES 1 mile from station, 894
cultivated, is pasture, modern, new
7 room house, 2 barns, silo, 50 acres
clover, annual income $3500. Price
$100 per acre.
230 acres, 235 cultivated, 80 paa
ture, 1 miles from station, fair im-
' provomonts; price $75 per acre.
60 acres bottom, 30 cultivated, 30
stump pasture, 8 miles of town, ex- '
change for valley farm elsewhere;
price $9000. - .
' 90 acres, 60 eultivated, 25 In fruit,
30 timber and stump pasture, fair
improvements, 5 miles from Salem,
will exchange for southern Oregon,
will assume;' price $13,000.
290 acres, 250 cultivated, 40 pas
ture, well watered, good Improve
monta, want unincumbered ranen
close to Halem not over $13,000
price $20,000. , .
880 acres Alta, Canada, exchange
for valley ranch or Salem residence
not over $6000.
330 acres Lake county, Oregon, ta
proved, exchange for valley ranch,
not over $5000.
10 acres with modern 7 room house
4 blocks of Salem car line, exchange
for $2000 residence and mortgage
for difference; pries $4650, boeolof-
sky, 841 State St. 7-15
SECONDHAND GOODS
BUY, SELL and EXCHANGE-
Men's clothes, shoes, hats, jewelry,
watches, tools, musical instruments
bicyclos, guns, rifles, revolvers, suit
cases, trunks, cameras, typewriters
and furniture. Capital Exchange, 337
Court street. Phone 493.
'North Bank Station (leave Jefferson
Btreet 10 ana zu minutes later)
Northbound
Leava Arrive
Eugene Salem
.12:05 am 4:35 am
Arrive
Portland
6:50 1
9:25 1
7:15 am
10 Ltd. 7:35 am
9:45 am
1120 m
1:50 pm
4:00 pm
5:30 pm
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6:45 pm
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12:12 pm...Nortbbound....l:50 am
2:41 pm..Northh3nnd....4:00 pm
4:10 pm Northbound..J5:30 pa
6:18 pm.NorCbound....7:65 pa '
8:35 am....8outhbound....9:57 am
10:15 am..Southbound..ll:33 aa
J2:50 pm....SouthboiuC 3H pm
4:15 pm....Southbound..5:40 pa
6:40 pm,..outhbound....8:00 pa
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