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CAPITAL JOURNAL CLASSIFIED DEPT. 1
QUICK REFERENCE TO FIRMS THAT GIVE SERVICE ON SHORT NOTICE
WHERE BUYER AND SELLER MEEI-WB RECOISEND OUR ADVERTISERS
atom Electric Co, Masonic Temple, 127 North High
FOB KENT Business location at 162
north Commercial, witl remodel to
euit tenant. See E. M. Klinger, 403
Btate street, Salem. tf
BILLAKD PAELOR for rent, nitli nr
without fixtures; will remodel to I
suit tenant; best location in city. E.
M. Klinger, 40 State str.et, Salem, tf
DBS. B. E. WHITE AND R. w. WAL
TON Osteopathic physician and
nerve specialist.. Graduates of Am-
erican school of Osteopathy, Kirk
yilie, Mo. Post graduate and spec
ialized in nervous diseases at Los
Angeles College. Offices 305-508 Nat
Bank Bldg. Phono 85.. Residence,
1820 Court. Phone 2213. Dr. White
Res. Phone 4(i!).
IB. F. L. UTTER, DF.NTL X, ROOMS
413-414 Bank of Commerce buiUliug.
Phone 600. " "
IR. CARL MILLEit DENTIST, ROOM
414 Bank of Commerce Building.
ALEM WATER COMPANY" Office
corner Commercial and Trade, streets
Kill payable monthly in advance.
rUY, SELL AND EXCHANGE
Men's clothes, shoes, hats, jewelry,
watches, tools, musical instrument,
bicycles, guns, rifles, revolvers, suit
eases, trunks, camera, typewriters
nnd furniture. Capital Exchange 337
Court street. Phone 49.
HAI.EM SCAVENGER Charles Soot
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
kinds removed o monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yard and eesa
pools cleaned. Office phone, Main
2247. Residence Main 2272.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
A LITTLE QUARREL
AFE and Grace Wil
ton were quarrel
ing infrequently, but
when they did quar
rel it was loud and
&crca and heartrend
ing. They bad been
tarried tbre years.
The kved ia a ratb-
tr stuffy four-foam gat, and the two-year-old
baby wa teething. Grace's
nerves bad been on edge from lack el
sleep for three day. Life and hfa fore
man at the machine shop were tm the
outs, so be wa not in a good humor.
Like tnaary wiser and better circum
stanced pairs, they found a certain vi
cious satisfaction la taking their discom
fort out on each other.
Grace said Kxncrhing. Afterward she
ftdnt resneasbe what.
Br that time Lafe bad fiaiihed break
fast aod was hustling oat the back door.
aVith the forenaa ia his present humor
Laf was taking no chance on being
late for work. So without turning be
The Capital Journal Job Department is steadily growing. Come in
list of pleased customers. We save you money on every job.
Cirs'rok-V 1 1 gee s5 ( A , thi . s I he's ch"S I Vo, Ter U 4, W Ji I
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Real Estate Security
THOS. K. FORD
Over Ladd & Bush bank; Salem Oregon
FEDEKAL FARM LOANS CVi per
cent 34 years time. A. C. Bohrnstedt,
401 Masonic. Temple, Salem, Oregon.
FOR SALE 250 acres, 100 in cultiva
tion balance is pasture and timber
Fine stream of water, good buildings
and good road. 3 4 mile from a live
ly saw mill town. Will take good
house and lot in Salem as part pay
ment. Price $00 per acre. Phone 470
Square Deal Realty Company. U. 8.
Bank Building, Salem. " 717
IMPROVED 10 acres, 5V2 miles from
Salem, for rooming house not over
$4000 Equity in 17 acres, for Salem
residence, not over $3000, price $450f)
640 acres- millions ef feet of saw tim
ber, plenty of water, 3 miles from
aw mill on the railroad; good stock
proposition. Will take $;!0o0 in trade
balance cash. Easy terras, $13 per
acre. Socolofsky. 341 State street 8-17
40 ACRES, 4 miles from town, 20 acres
cultivated, 3 prunes, 20 timber pas
ture, 6 room house, barn, well and
spring, on good oad, 1 mile to school
.S00 cash, balance terms, price $2,
500. $12,000 hardware stock and
building to exchange for ranch.
$23,000 Portland apartment house,
rented, equity for ranch not over 1,
000. 88 acres, 4C5 cultivate.!, good
bam, fair house, well fenced, joining
city, will take Salem residence up to
$2000 and mortgage back, bo money
required, price $0500. 32 acres, good
improvements, 34 acres cultivated, 12
acres prunes, will take Siilem resi
dence, si ine caxli and mortgage back
for balance, price $7500. Have some
very good residences priced below
cost of construction. I write fire in
surance. Soeolofskv, 341 State Ht.
FOR A WOOD SAW Phone 1090 B
1255 N. Pumtner St. Our price are
right. W. M. Zinder, proprietor. 9-19
called back, "I regret single Cfc and its
pleasure just as misca as yoa do I"
"Very weilP furiously called Grace.
"Very well!" sneering! called back
Life from the stairs down which he was
The baby was creeping after him,
missing the usual morning toss and tum
ble, Grace crossly sweat etst la lb porch,
gathered ber up waiQug. turned aud
looked straight into the wide, animated
eyes of a woman acrot the court be
tween the flights of stairs. It was a forty-eight
tat building. She knew the
womaa'a name Urs. Erexsoo but had
only a bowing acquaintance with her.
She wa a handsome, trim woman. One
knew hrtailieely that sbc wa con
trolled woeaaa. aad that ber home ran
smoothry aad picsMaatfy. She had a
pleasant, cultured forehead, and her
boost dress was rather expensive dimity,
with Valenciennes cuBs.
Grace wa Immediately conscious ef
ber far from fresh percale boas dress.
DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEtf. OREGON THURSDAY, AUGUST 22. 1918.
My Is ft Terribls ResponsiUBly ?
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEET AT
JlcCornack hall on every Tuesday
at 8. P. Andresen, C. C. P. J. Kunt
K. R. & S.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERIC A
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 5240 meets
every 3rd and 4th Thur. eve, 8 o'clock
ia Derby building, corner Court and
High streets. R. F. Day, V. C: F. J.
SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY D. D.
Kcoler, president; Mrs. Lou Tillson,
eeretary. All cases of cruotty or ne
glect of dumb animals should be re
ported to the sccretay for investiga
tion. EOVAL NEIGHBORS OF AMEBICA
"Oregon Grape Camp" No.- 1300.
meets, every Thursday evening in
Derby building, Court and High St.
Mrs. Pearl Coursey, 214 Court St.
twacle; Mrs. Melissa Persons, record
er 1415 N. 4th St. Phone 1436M.
UNITED ARTISANS-4.'apital Assem
bly No. 84 meets first Thursday of
each month, at 8 p. m- in L O. O. T.
Hall. Norma L. Terwilliger. M. A.;
C. A. Vibbert, secretary, 34() Owens
BRING YOUR TRADES
I can match you. C. W. Nicmeyer, Real
Sstate Ag;nt, Canada Lands, 544 State
THE FIXIT SHOP Let repair and
Sharpen your lawn mowers. 207 Court
Phone 1022. tf
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
50 year experience, Depot, National
and American fence.
Sizes 20 to 5S in high
Paints, oil and varnish, etc.
Loganberry and hop hooks.
Salera Fence and Stove Works.
250 Court street. Phone 124
PLEAD NOT QOTXTY
New Tork, Aug." 21. The Peansylvar
tiia railroad, the New Jersey stockyards
company, Armour and company, Swift
and companv today entered pleas af not
guilty in United State district eourt
on charges or receiving ani accepting
Then- her face named. The woman
Ever son had that calm, haughty miea
that would be a chill rebuke to sack toa
fideoce, Grace felt small and miserable
thought . Grace fairly grabbed the
baby into the hoase and tat dowa to
brood Of course, Mrs, Evcrsea thought
that she and Lafe were quarreling aw
fully and likefy would divorce each eth
er, when nothing of the kind would hap
pen! She loved Lafe and she knew
very wU that be loved bar and their
quarrets never lasted aver a day aad
half, and eh f Sla simply detested coot,
cultured women whs stood and starea
inquisitively aad eagerly.
Then week af aWosniWt begaa fa
Grace. Wbra oa Sunday afternoea the
aad Lafe; strolling out, met Mrs. Ever
toa face to face, Grace flushed and wa
Irritated. She read curiosity in the eth
er caka gaaa coadrmaing cariosity.
She karw, aa weB a if aha wa avidly
reading the paper far the first newt
of their coeaing divorce. Bat tba
coaldat go over, to (he woman and cs
Wheat, soft whita $22.03
Wheat, lower grades on sample
Parley, ton 50
Jlny, clover, now 25
Hay, eheat, new $23
Hav, oat 25
Mill run - .'Mr.l7
Dry white beans T.7Hc
Creamery butter 30c
Pork, Veal and Mutton
Pork, on foot l'OiflSje
Veal, t'auty lCKaKVje
Steer ' 79c
Spring laiuba 11c
Ewes. . .4(a6t
Lambs, yearlings 6(gj7c
Iggg and Poultry
Eggs, cash 43
Hens, dressed, pound 31e
Old roosters 13 15c
Broilera . 2Ua23c
Hens, pound 19(0 21c
Potatoes, new, California ..- 4c
(Potatoes, local, new 34c
Oaions, Walla Walla 3
Cabbage - 449
Carrots - 2Vic
Tematoes, crato - 85c
Beets .. 2c
Urape : 1.WI
Casiibas .-U. 39
Green peppers loc
Lernuns, box 8.5t9.50
Dromedary dates -..... 8
Creamery butter . . (JOc
Flour, hard wheat 5S.2S
I Country butter 55e
Kegs, dozen 4.xue
Sugar. Go to Commercial club for
canning permit of 25 pounds.
Portland, Or., Aug. 22. Butter, city
Eggs, selected local c. 48(5 5?e
Cheese triplet SOc
Dally Livestock: Market
Tone of market steady tinchangej
Prime steers $12.50,13.30
Choice to good steers $11(512
lleilium to good steer $9.75'5?11
Fair to medium steer $8.75ft;9.75
Common f tait steer $5.75(3 8.73
Choice cows and hier $8.25(o 8.73
Alla Well That Ends
plain that there was to be aa divorce
that the and Lafe had a habit of saying
violent thing that they didn't in the least
meaal No, she simply eonldn't Mrs.
and ill bred, for well bred folks, of
course, did not quarrel loudly en their
back porch right ia sight aad hearing of
It it not comfortable to feel inferior
to a woman whom you meet several
time a wec. An ugly little ill-tempered
kae began to take permanent form be
tween Grace's sleek brown eyebrows,
bat the did not quarrel any more with
Lafe even wbea ene hot night he tame
home in aa eascrabla tesnerr, and tba
happened to be in an execrable mood
herself. She merely looked sullenly at
kern and sullenly retreated to bed, leav-.
Ing him the evening to do with a he
pleased. He was pleated to spend it In
pool-room. But they made up before
ant day's breakfast
Aad Grace looked acrote defiantly ia
the course of the morning abea the aod
Mr. Evertoa happened fc be out oo
Medium to good cows and heifers
lair to medium cows and heifers
Canaers 1.2."(a 3.23
Bulls 5.23fn 7.7S
Blockers and feeders .2."(o S.23
Tone of market steadv unchanged
Prime mixed $1950(.r'jn
Medium mixed 19tt 19.S0
Rough heavies 17.50(ii 18.30
Bulk 19.2."Kg' 19.50
Tone of market steadv unchanged
Best lambs tHtS
Medium to good lamb $11(2 13
Yearlings $UK'i tl 73
Wethers 9(d; 10.50
We will pay $2.75 per hund
red delivered at Salera.
Price based on 4 per cent
Marion Creamery & Produce
Phone 2488 Salem, 0.
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
McAlpine, Aug. 22. Tlirvshiuu is be
ing held up on. ai'otint of the rain but
will proliubly be resumed in tlio niuldle
of the week.
Tliu Evergreen blarkbery season bus
begun. It pruiniHvs tu Ih quite ati:(a-
tory to all who are courageous tu brave
Mo teacher has yet been hired to teach
the AtcAlpiiic school iT tie coming
yrT, since most of the teacher have
aiicady been takes it is difficult tu find
sorueuiiu, to teach this school.
Everett Moilcy was wen picking Ev
ergren blackberries for canning purpo
ses. Hal Hal what W K'nog to UH1''
n iu the ueur future.
Mr. and Mrs. Orul Ilumplirey and
daughter motored to Sublimity Mou
Robert Johnson of Salem visited nt
the Peterson home Saturday and Hun
day. Mr. anil Mrs. Krnest Patton and son
called at the Prism hotro Sunday after
noon. Mr. and Mrs, J. R. Prternon and fam
ily motored to Salem Sunday afttr
noou. EOLA NEWS ITEMS
U spiral journal npi-iai ncrvic.j i
tola. Or., Aug. 22. B. B. Ferguson
and Ed Mitt? started Thursdav fur
their respective pordie at the tame
time Let her think what the chose I
What if the and Lafe did quarrel I It
was nobody basnets, and they didirt
mean it) But her face crisatoaed and
her eye fell before the Ciller's. There
wai no denying it. Grace felt that life
wai soured as long as tliat woman lived
kt the same building. Kitlirr the Evcr
toni er the Wiltont would move at toon
as the lease terminated. It wat hateful,
Grace finally quit bowing to her, elab
orately pretending never to sec her. But
the had an agonising via on of the word
that the other wat scattering around to
the other women in the building She
felt a though Ubcur privacy was torn.
that alt their home Bfe was laid bare to
unfriendly am used eye and ears. She
heard two women at the end of the
court saying in thrill delight one morn
ing, 1 heard tliey already separated
twice," and die other said; "He looks
kke brater Herself and Lafe, of
I Grace wa frantic
Drawa lor ttis par B FiSuEf
Douglas county to hunt deer. They went
ia Ferguson's auto,
George Mitty has gone to Mendocino
county, California, to see about hia tim
ber claim and to prospect for chrome.
Mr. Saalfield i hauling wood to the
Sisters' Academy in Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Patterson have
returned from Americau Lake, where
they went to visit their eon Phillip.
They went in their auto anj had a very
Oeorge Wolf and wife hav moved
from Salem, to the Gilbert and ratter
son farm to work.
Mrs. Murray Clement visited her rela
tives the Clements,' last Thursday.
Mi.. C. V. Litchfield and son 't'laade
visual their relatives the Dolmans' ob
TUoi. Hoi in a ii Is harvesting his, barley
Mrs. Yeunberg gave a party in honor
of her daughter Helen' birthday one
day last week.
The Aiitrlnin child re. Mat tie, Jennie
and Kdwaid returned home Sunday after
a very pleasant visit with (heir relatives
at Dnllns and McMiaaville.
Clifford Bruak and wife have return
ed to Marshfield after a short visit
with their folks here and In Salem.
Mr. and Mrs, Frank Begun visited
,cvcral days last week with their friends
the Uerhkc 's.
Mrs. Mugec and Arlene came up from
Portland iust week to iok and ran her
peaches. . ,
Mr. I. L. Patterson is selling his pea
.'lies for $2.50 a bushel.
British Airmen Kept
Many Places Guessing
London, Aug. 22. British naval avi
ators havi carried out additional biinib
Ing raids on Important enemy military
objectives, the admirnlty announced,
"Diirinu the period of August 13 to
IS, Inclusive, royal air force eontin
gents, working with the navy, hav
bombed the following military ob
"Wulwuy works, Zebrogg and docks
auti-aireraft hntterie at We-stemte,
Ostend diVks, Zeehni(.;ge, Awtrycke,
Middelkerke, PasM-heurlaele canal, St.
Alhille diim), Meetkaike, Leffinghe,
Zelirugge Buriics canal anil enemy
shilling," the slntement said.
I' lttw"en fifteen arid sixteen tons
of exploitive were dropped and good
results obtained. Reconnaissance, pko
togmphi and anti siiluiinrine pHtrols
have beoti maintained.
"Ihiring the eourw ef the 0ra
tions nine enemy machines have been
destroyed and eight driven down out
of control. We have bst four niacblnes
one of which kinded in Holland anil
three officer lave been wounded,
"In hume water, during the sauie
IH'rimL anti sulimarine convoy aad hos
tile aircraft pntrola hav been main
tained by seaplniies airplane and air
ships. "Miihwurlno have been sighted and
attacked and mines located and de
stroyed. On mackina haa failed to re
turn from jiatrol,'1
Impetuously the changed her drett
and ran down the back ttairt and up the
ttairs across the court to Mrs. Everton't
back door. She would tell her I She
would tell her a lot of thing I She
would-but after knocking the stepped
hastily back. What wat she hearing?
Mrt. Evrrton was saying coldly. "That
if at! very well I But you can't talk t
me that way, John Kvervtnl" And the
neat moment, John hvcron banged opea
the door, strode haughtily past Grace,
who shrank against the partition, strode
dowa the stiiirt, calling ba:k fiercely:
"TM at you please, Etta I A divorce will
tuit me at well at you I"
The neat moment Mrt. Everton,
flushed, tearful, angry, taw Grace, who
waa too ttunned to move, and besides,
couldn't get away without being seen.
At irtt Mrt. Everton looked angry
and humiliated. But she smiled shyly;
then the put her dainty white apron t
her eyes and said warmly: "I won
dered if you ever were going to run ever
and tee mc I Come in."
(In affect Jon second)
1AXEH- OEXS LTNH
No. T3 Arrive at Salem 9:10
No. 74 Leave Salem 3:00
ALEM, rAXtt oirr wesrsmx
101 Lv Salem, motor .7:50 a -law
103 Lv alam, motor .9:33 aav
103 Lv Salem, motor 1:40 pas.
Threagk ear to Uonraouth aad Arte
107 Lr Salem, motor 4:13 p.m.
109 Lv Salein, motor S:P8 psa.
S3 Wj frt, Lv Salem. 5:00 sua.
13 Ar at Salem . ...9:10 a.m.
104 Ar. at Salem 11 00 a.m.
103 At at Salem 3:00 p.m.
169 Ar at Salem 8 S3 M.
170 Ar el Salem -T:2Q a.m.
440 Wy frt Ar Salem t :30a,av
TraU Leav Arrlv krftri
Bit 'Pertlaad Salem Eogeast
0:30 am 0:33 tm 13 34 am
I Lta I SO am 10.11am M:SSfl
10:43 am 13:89 pm
liOSpm 4:13 pm 6:13 p4
13 Ltd. 4:43pm 0:40 pm 8:60 paj
IT , i - 0:93 pm 8:07 pm Salem aslj;
19 , 0:20 pm 11:20 pm Bclam only
H 11:43 pm 1:63 am :60an
North Bank Station (leave Jefferson
Street 13 and 0 minute later)
2:03 am 4:35 am
3: 33 pal
T :33 am
14 11:10 em
i0 Ltd 1:53 pm
M 0.23 pm
iNorth Hank Station ( Arrlv Jeff eras.
Street 18 minute ear lit r) ."Leave Cs
Lamm Corvalll Arrive BaJwrn)
1:93 am..Norttboud ...9:43 am
11:11 pm...Nerthbond...l:80 aae
1:41 pm... Northbound. ...4:00 paa
4:10 pni..Northbonni....5:S0 pm
0:19 pm..Nortoaad.7:83 par. 1
l:SS am..Pontkboiiarl.9-37 am
10:1S arn....8outhbound..ll:3S am
J:30 pm....Southbem ...1 pm
4:)3 pm....BoathbetiA-.5:40 pan
a: 4(1 pm.JoutbrVMin4.IO0 paw
By Harold Hass
But Grace, In embarrassment, wavered,
She wa at an utter lot for
A pink glow tpread over Mrs. Ever
ton'l face, but the managed to tay, gay
ly enough 1 "Yoa heard) Well, I'm glad
it i you and not some other women la)
this building tome who can talk. Mcf
cy, bow they caa talk I My John," taiigls
lug softly, "waa angry, So'm I. iiist
John never ttayi angry long. Net
Grata, too, begaa to laugh shylfti
"Aren't quarrels hateful?" the laid. "I
vow every time IU never quarrel again."
"So do I," eagerly confided Mrs. E
erton. "But somehow I get irritated eg
John dot and, whew I But I guess)
most husband and wivet are the tarn!
Ar yen canning many raspberries f"
"Not any," said Grace. "Lafe neve
eatt raspberries. But be can get aaJ
whh bushel ef cherries."
"John, too,' sighed Mrs. Evertoa aji
and join our