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Gen. Hunger Must Surrender
SALEM BUSINESS IS
(Continued irom pae one)
TKE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. MONDAY, MARCH 3, 1919.
- . " Berry maa In Varifclnfftoa Stsr.
The new war the war for Food must be won, says the
National War Garden Corimission, of Washington, just as cer
tainly as the war against autocracy had to be won. Plan youf
victory garden and help feed yourself, is the message of the Com
mission, which will send you a new garden book for a two-cent
stamp to pay the postage. Send your request to the Commission
at Washington, as the supply is limited,
Hull of ifotwr
"From Over There"
General Pershing's Official Report
Today's casualty list enotains the fol
lowing names of Oregon men:
WILLIAM A AEEESON, Corvallis,
died from accident
BENJAMIN E. FISHES, died of dis
ease. DELL FREDERICK HINSOK, Spring
field, wounded slihgtly.
. The following casualties are rporteed
by the commanding general of tho Am
erican expeditionary forces:
Killed in action 6
Died of wounds . . 9
Missing in action 2
Killed In Action.
Privates William Bolte, Cincinnati
Ernest Gardner. Johnson City, Tenn
William H Metzker, Coldwntor Kas
Gerhard Olson, Forsythc Mont
Porter J Reedy, Spring Garden Ala
- Harry E Keqna, Seattle Wash
- Died of Wounds,
Sergeant Frank E Bobcrtshaw, Ro
chester New York
Corporal Edgar McNccl, Odessa Mo
Privates Anthony W Brewster, Mc
Thomas Float, Evergreen Minn
Arthur Frazier, Herrick. S D
. John E Johnson, Sweden.
John C Kelley, Roxbury, Mass
Adam Klein, Stockton Cal
Milton May, Jersey City N J
Private. John J Larkin, New York
Private John G Selden, Linden Mich
K11W in Action, Previously Reported
Cosporal Herbert B Norton. Ulysses
Killed in Action, Previously Reported
- . Wounded Severely.
Corporal Tom B. Chalmers, Raleigh
Private Warren H Fletcher, Hoyworth
NOTICE OF SALE OF GOVERNMENT
General Land Office
Washington, D. C.
February 14, 1019.
Notice is hereby given that subject
to the conditions and limitations of
the act of June 9, 1916, (39 Stat., 218),
ana mo lnsrrncrions or ino oecreiur.v
or me imerior oi
ie timber on the following lands will
lie sold April 8, 1919, at 10 o clock a. j
m., at public auction at the United
MtntPs land' ottice at rortir.na, wre-j
gon, to the highest bidder at not less
(than the appraisod value as snown OY
S'his notice, sale to be subject Jo y18 ;
approval of the Secretary of the In-,
tcrior. The purchase price with an ad-
ditional sum of one fifth of one per
nn . aV K nnAl ihninn n r m til 1 fiOl (ID (1 a I 11 W- I
cd, must be deposited at time of sale,
money to the returned if sale is not
approved, otherwise patent will isi'8
X a-i. nnlitnli mn of tin rnmnvoti
i h ni en year,. Bids will be received
from citizens of the United Slates, o. -
sociations of such citken, and corpora-
tns organised under the laws of the,
United States or any state, territory
or district thereof only. Upon appli-.
cation of a qualified purchaser, the
"timber on any legal subdivision will
lie offered separately before being in- gcot' rPpr(,gPI1tcd Scotts Mills at t-hejopened up by Mr. and Mrs, C. N. Need
eluded in any offer of a larger unit, , . committee miK-tinif there. :haiu ct 544 State stret, where they
T., 9 9., R. 2 E. Sec. 5, ArE NKy," , , .
fir 1G!0 M., hemlock 270 M., NW'i n . . . p...
!NE. fir 830 M,. hemlock 150 M., BW FreSldent hiffES Dili
-'4 im 7j , iir xi.iv jja. ucuiiuttt h.uv "-.)
tSE4 NEW. fir 2.190 M., hemlock 200
ai., NKVi SE, fir 1170 M, hemlock
120 M.. NWW 8EV. fir 1630 M., hem-1
1 VP1 : - 117ft Hf LnnaUnl, OA Ml
lock 50 M, SWH SK'4, fir 790 M.,
flEVi 8EV4. fir 1190 M., hemlock 30
M NKH NV, fir 630 M. hemlock
330 M., XE SW. fir 630 M.,
MEV, SWV4, fir 1950 M., Jv'wy4 wyt,
inn f ivri swm tir l'10 M
M-v 4WV. fir U-,a M none of the
KhVi SWVi, fir IOjO m., none r inc
a.. i.i 1. uon i r.n r
"M and' none of the hemlock to be sold
for less than 75 cents per M. T 4 8..
8: 3 E. Sec. 3- SEH SE',, fir 1200
4M,., SWVi SE'i', fir 1145 M.', Sec. 33;
fcR'i rXE'4, fir'730 M., cedar 25 M.,
sSW JCe4, fir Mm none of the
fir or ecdar" to be sold for less than
11.50 per M.
Commissioner General Land Office,
Died From Wounds, Previously Report
ed Wounded Severely.
Private Sam Malone, Rome Ga
Private James R Park, King Citv
Killed in Action. Previously Reported
Wounded, Degree undetermined.
Private Nick Jannacono, Philadelphia
Killed In action, Previously Reported
Missing m ACUMI. I
Corporal John Patrick Grogan, Wal-
Private John Burke, Cincinnati O
Miko Cegeraki, Detroit Mich
Emilio R Daddario, Franklin Mass'
Verne Grisp, Edgorton Wisconsin
Frederick Hamel, Lewisten Maine ,
Charles M Henry. Washington Pa
- Private Eugene -O -Ryce - -Seattle
SCOTTS MILLS NEWS
(Capital Journal Special Service) :
Scotts Mills, Mar. 3 Rain, rain
rain not much doing in our town
Pruno men are getting wood cut fo
next fall's use' as fast as the rain will
A party was given at' the school
house Tuesday night for the Misses
Winnifred and Itillian Frazier. The
boys of tho svhool gave a weiner bake
as a part of tho evening's fun.
The imembcrs of the Ladies Aid of
the Christian church gave a surprise
party for Mr. and Mrs. Sandal, who
are soon to move away,' last Tufsday
night. A social time wtas followed by
refreshments, which was enjoyed by
Mr. and Mrs. Vinnie Heinz are the
proud ipossesors of a baby, girl born
The young folks of the Christian En-
Thursday evening at the home of Mr. ilur, "
and Mri E. W. Conlsos. Quite a num- nd oth " fct"7 "P"?'
ber were present. After a social time;'18 "PP0' Palt- n the othor
nj rinvnn, ,,mM lioVit rnf ra.hnutnl r
nm an haj a g00(i time,
p 8 Stultsi. teacher of tho buys at
he state training school was a week
prili visitnr n, isr wf.ek.
T E nowe niotored to Salem Ion-
dny wcnin. returning the next day.
w t. Ttuvlor spent several dnva in
portinna. lnH wee)t
c q Thomas preached at ' the
Friends church last Siindny morning.
Tavi(1 Doianf mtore,l to Portland
Mond!1V retnrninR Tuesday evening.
Mr am, Mr3 John Kpllig vi8i;cd rel
. . . . n .1 ira...
nliuoa in dnlMH loaf "Priflrttr nnrl Sntlir-
, j L Frazier end family have return
I ri5l t0 thejr homo in Salem We will miss
A" bTrt ky party wa. held at the P" counties distributing the -Dixie ''
; mthZn in hoSor of :Producls which have already become
'Cf Mary To'nes lflll"0U8 hwro- This-business U under
B ' J Mr. an(1 Mrs. Frank Brig;he Mnjaitemsiit of H. H. Hayne. and
prf) 9(.'th R jC. E. Foster.
r-'Arl,l!ernnn accompanied bv Last, but possibly not list in point
Mr nn(l Mr) an(j Charles u.tnnate importance, might be men
" , 'i' t sln Thnrsdav. Mr.ltioncd the little "shell game" just
Validating War .Contacts
Washington, March 3. The prsi dent'
today signed the bill validating inform-
al- war contracts amounting to about
two and a half billion dollars.
delay to war manufacturers in recciv -
. '.. . . ., . i
'"S their payments on tnese ran'raen
"a' Deen pw bs one cause iur uum-
ncss staenauon. i
t Biening of thi, biU will be announced
at the conference of governors and may -
ors, as indicating the government wlsh -
es to relieve immediately the business
The president slso signed the rivers
and harbors bill, carrying about $33,-
Thro other minor bills werr
templated in the BCxt few months. -
Merely touching those that are com
pleted or are uuder way, there is the
new jeiley aad jsnu plant recently open
ed on the Sotrt hern Pacific grounds by
the Pheasant Northwest Products Com
pany. Thig represents the investment
of many thousands of dollars fur labor
and equipment, and also a big addition
to the payrolls of Sulem when it is in
full operation, turning out approxima
tely 60,000 pounds every day. While
this establishment is very largely me-
Uhanical and automatic in it8 operation,
it represents labor for an additional
army ef people in various branches of
tho fruit industry.
Many Plants Extended.
Other plants to be extended in their
operations are the Bpaulding box fac
tory, tho Salem Kings dehydrating
plant, the Sulem Fruit Union and the
Saieni Sand and Gravel company, the
latter to expend $15,000 in new equip
ment. On the main streets of Salem one of
Salem one of tho most prominent new
houses is the Gingrich Motor Company,
occupying a big room on Court nuuet
for the sale of Maxwell and' Mitchell
cars and trucks. This establishment
has already taken a firm hold upon the
automobile business in this seation.
Even more extensive in investment
and operation will be the Marion Gar
age Company, with C. A. Campbell as
munr.ger, which is now remodeling the
huge two-story bnek brick building for
merly occupied by tho Halvorsen-Burns
company on South Commercial street.
This company is exponding from $8000
to $10,000iu reconstructing the build-
ling for repair" and garage purposes, the
iwork of setirtg the cement piers and
suports for the floors being now about
! completed, When finished and equipped
it will be one of the most complete
hostelrios south of Portland.
In the mercltEvntile line, the largest
and most important change is the opon
ing of tho Peoples' Cash Store, which
enters upon its career in the building
formerly occupied by the Stockton store
on North Commercial street. This firm
will occupy two rooms 30x100 feet, with
both bulconios and basements, one of
tho rooms being filled with grocoryj
stocks and the other with dry goods
and furnishings. They have establish
ed A reputation for the "square deal"
with the public in their old location
and are opening up in thoir new quart
ern with a snirit that will win for them
fin Nnrrk flomnwrniil atrmt tfta font
finishing touches are being given to
the new quarters of the Volio automo-
bilo agency, in charge of J. W. Jones,
formerly advertising man with the Jour
nal. With the work on the boulding still
incomplete, Mr. Jones has airunuy dis
posed of several cars, and now a car
load of Velies and acessories are on
the rqad, .
A little further north, at Commercial
and Court, a corner building ig being
re-modelled for the use of tho Maleojn
Tro company, with H. E Ford as -manager.
This is one of a string of braneh
houses of & big tire company in Now
York, and they will make a specialty
of bargain tires handling bota iirsts1'
and "seconds" of all the standard au-
tomobilo tire on ths market. Owing to
the immense buying capacity of tho or-
jganization in the east, they are enabled
to sell goods at a much lower figure
than is ordinarily quoted.
Open New Shops. :
On South Commercial Btrect H. W.
Scott, formerly of tho firm of Scott &
Piper, bus just opened s t-yele
shop. Next door is the new stoiu of
the Salom Auction house, a firm that
will build up an extensive business in
bankrupt stocks, furniture, etc, In this
same block the Independent Meat mark
et has just sctled in one of "the neatest,
best equipped rooms iu the city and
are doing an immense business In re
tail and wholesale traffic.
On tho corner of Commercial and Fer
ry, tho old throe-story Turner building
being entirely remodelled to provide
for two new stores on tho ground floor
tue street tne juanou creamery is ra
modelling with a view to increasing its
On State street, between Capital and
Liberty, a building is being fitted up
for the use of tho Welch Eleetrie shop,
I which will deal in all lines of electric
fixtures and equipmont.
Be modelling Done.
Over on Court street, between Liber
ty and High, tho Salem Baking com-
iPfiny, has remodelled the old Modern
Ibakerv rooms, incrasd th capacity of
gnd buildln a livcI
I ' " "
retul and wholesale trade. Thcv are
just putting on an additional delivery
ear winch will make weekly trips to
all the nearby towns in Marion and
are doing a. thriving business in baby i spend the week end with his parents,
chicks, not only furnishing local poul-f Mr. and Mrs. A. Bump visited Bat
try raisers but making frequent shirxurday and, Sunday at the Geo. Shaw
ments by exprcs and parcel po to. home at Brooks.
vanoui Doints in the state.
Anionir the great industries f the
wear that- have been initiated during
this period, the most importane and
far-reaching is the incorporation of the
The'VnlW Pnj.kin Cmnnanv. with . earn-
ital sto'tk of 00,000 and with a- 50,-
... a m. : .
uuu pinnt ncing pianneu. inis is
lnsuiuuon uiai is uenurieu u ul - cuiub,
' n. t,ta r.. :,wr;l fo.tnr. ,
the city and county, not only creating a
.krge payroll for the city but giving
;nn .impetus to the stock industry thru-
out the valley. The first steps aave
(been taken toward the construction f
;thi8 plant in the northeast suburbs of
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
There's one for your home. Just send
us your name and, without any obliga
tion on your part, we will mail you this
Every man, woman or child interested
in gardening should have this practical
book of loo pages profusely illustrated.
Complete lists of Morse Grand Prize
Vegetable and Flower Seeds.
Morse's Garden Guide will be ex
tremely helpful in the raising of flowers,
trees, plants and vegetables. It is the
niost complete and comprehensive man
ual of Pacific Coast gardening ever pub
lished. Don't delay send for your
copy today !
C. C. MORSE & CO.
Seed Crewtrt for j$ Tears Operator . :
tf the Large Seed Farms h the IVtrld
7Z) Front Street, San Francisco
Floww Lrt Senl Ganlamai Try Morae'a
in Jl.oofor Horse i Grand While Portugal Odioo.
Prize collection of Spencer Nn for jreea
Seet F.-l, variola, f1" "
... ' . :f . omont. An excellent
mclu.ii., .ur beauUful k r, ,v,c , k,
novelty Scintillator. anoa. -
Morae'a Seeda In packet! are for aale everywhere ;
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Central Howell, March 3. Mr. ' La
Vern Shepherd and friend of BsJom,
were taking in the sights at Central
Howell Sunday. Mr. Shepherd U&a a
position as barber In the Marion hotol.
-Mrs. Chris Tichty who has been sick,
iff improving. ' ' '
.l.imua AJilnn lt.''nl,ln r a iiri nrrnin
Miss Buyserie Spent the week ( end'
,ii. .!. i of - ,
and Mrs. Irod Durbin eundey were Mr,
and Mrs. Ottowa and children of Au
rora and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Goffin
Mrs. Areal who formerly lived at the
Frank Durbin ranch in Central Howell,
died Tuesday. The fuacral will 1e held
at St. Louis Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Lovrc, of South
Dakota, have been visiting the families
of Mr. Larre Lbuvre, Tom, and John
Louvro, and Mrs. Carl Johnson, of Has
elgreen. Mrs. Carl Massey of Portland came up
on the stago Monday to visit his sis
tor, Mrs. Arthur Goffin.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Lichty and Mrs4.
Myers spont Sunday at tho home of Abe
Htcffon and family,
Miss Lela Janz spent Saturday and
Sunday with friends in Silvorton.
Miss Loveta Wheeler of Nowport,
who hug been visiting Airs. Do burls
and family, has returned home.
- Only four laidcs had the courage to
fuee tho elements Wednesday and at
tend tho Der Cross meeting.
Miss Yclda Do Sart wan visiting rel
atives at Middle Grove Monday night.
Miss Lctha Shepherd who had the flu
in Salem, ig ablo to be at homo with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Shep
NORTH HOWELL ITEMS
(Capitnl Journal Special Service.)
North Howell, Oregon, March 3.
Mrs, Chas. Morgan who has been very
ill at her homo is somewhat improved
at this writing.
Jos. Hugill has sold his farm here
to a young man from Mt, Angel and
has purchased a- small place near Wood
A few members of the local grange
uttendod the Pomona grange last wek.
Ernest Wieencr purchased s small
lot of sheep at the Earl Woods salo on
It is reported that W. H. Stevens of
Ralem has sold his farm homo here to
relatives of Mr. Thurmans.
Word has been received from Chester
Jefferson in France that he would sail
with the 91st division March 1st.
J. C. Hughill and wife motored, up
from Portland in their new roadster to
OREGON IS WINNER.
University of Oregon, March 3. The
University of Oregon basketball team
won the right to journey to California
when it took a fast game from the Ore-
' nt.n A ir rlmiH lirol PrAacta VlV ftlTO flf ZM
,"" ' r, Z.
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eon is now the champion of the northern
I.IIV181UI1 Ul UlC 1 B:taiU two, twiiicniiin;
and will play the winner of the Califor
nia series, probably in Berkgelcy, next
Thursday, Friday and Saturday. ,
Both teams played a clean, fast game
and kept the erowd -on its toes all the
time. The first period ended with the
count 14 to 8 in Oregon's favor and
then eonch Hargis of the Aggies sent
Kinciad in place of Arthur as foreward.
P E AGnE
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Signed peace treaty with Germany,
accepting terms, one year ago today,
March 3, 1S18. -
Find another Russian.
. SATURJiAY'S AXSWEB
Top side down in body.
Kinciad came nearly winning for them.
In the little more than one-half that
ho was in he scored throe field baskets
and tossed five out of five fouls, giv
ing him a total of 11 points.
A heavy snowstorm visited .Hood
River and The Dalles Tuesday.-
The Capital Journal
Daily Market Report
Wheat, soft white $1.90
Wheat, lower gradts oa sample
Hay, cheat . $24
Hay, oats .- 2S
Barley, ton $4850
Mill run .. 50
Creamery butter 5960c
Pork, real and Mutton
a'ork, on foot - 1()(?16C
Veal, fancy 2021e
i, . -rr
Spring. lambs .. ,. Uc
Lambs, yearlings ... . .... 1012c
gfs and Foul try
Eggs, cash 34c, trade 30c
Hens, live 2527e
Old roasters ., ................ J5e
Cockerels - - ..... 25c
Eadishos, doz ..... 40c
Sweet potatoes 4 3-4(r5c
Potatoes .......: $Z.nti
Onions, local . 1.652
Cabbage '.. ...2y4(3yac
Turnips .. . 2(o)Va
Head lettuce fs.YiJWO
Boets : iH4e
Parsnips -' 3o
Cauliflower, 2 doz. case $3
Lemons, box - $56
Florida grape freit, ease $67.25
Black figs lb. . 1618e
White figs, lb 19(o)20c
Package figs por bx 50 pkg S4(g)B.yu
Honey, extracted - . 20c
Eggs, dom - 40c
Creamery butter 65c
Country butter 50f55e
Flour, hard wheat fii.So(g,d.Jo
Portland, Or., Mar. 3. Butter, city
Ejsxs eolectcd local ex. 40o
Cheese, triplets 3132e
DAILY LTViB STOCK MAEKET
Tone of market steady
Best steers $13.50((i'14.50
Good to choice steer $11.75(3)12.75
Medium to good steers I0.75itoll.75
Fair to good steers $9.50(&1$.75
Common to fair steers $.5(Kn9.50
Choice cows and heSfcrs $10.5011.50
Oood to choice cows snd beiferf
Medium to good cowg snd heifers
Fair to medium cows and heifew
Calves 9..r)0(& 14.50
Stockers and feeders $710
Tone of market steady
Prime mixed 17.2r(f1750
Medium mixed 17Cal7.25
Bough heavies $15.2515.50
Tone of market steady
Prime lamb I1414.50
Fair to medium lambs $1012
Farmer's Produce Company
160 & High St. Pbon 10
Oash for yonr produce today:
21c for top veJ
19c for top hog.
Hens, all weights, 27
Quick Reference To Firms That Give Service On Short
AVhere Buyer And Seller MeetWe
Recommend Our Advertisers.
Salem Electric Co., Masonic Temple, 127 North High Main 1200
USED FURKITCpi BABY CHICKS FOR SALE
. 544 8tte St Phone iOO
Bell your used furniture to the high- Headquarters for oaby chicks. Leg
ist bidder, give Frank F. RiMaer a horn, Red, Bock and Minorcas. Prices
ehanee. New and 2d hand furniture reasonable.
for sale. 373 Court St. Phone 217. C N. Needham, Box 412, Slean,Or;
08. T. L. DTTER, DT.7irT. T, ROOMS
1413-1414 Bank of Commerce Bldg.
DBS. B. E. WHITE AND R. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians and
serve specialists. Graduates of Am
erican school of Ostoopathy, Kirk
ville, Mo. Post graduate and spec
ialized in nervous diseoseg at Los
Angeles College. Offices 605-508 Nat
Bask Bldg. Prions - 85.. Residents,
1620 Court. Phons 2215. Dr. Whits
. Res. Phone 469.
THE SOLDIER BOYS Pool and bil-,
Hard parlor is now open wider, new
management and it rendors you and
the general public a congenial place
to pass away a few leisure hours.
The basement of Oregon Eleetrie
depot, corner of State and High.
Phons 628. Wm. Livock, prop. 3-8
4ALEM WATKB COMPANY Office
sonier Commercial snd Trade streets
Bills payable monthly in advanes.
WEI TO LOAN
On Good Heal Estate Security
THOB. K. FORD
.sr Ladd Bubo bsnkj Salem Oregon
IPEDEBAL FABM LOANS - 5 per
cent 34 years tinio. A. C. BohmsUdt,
401 Masonio Temple. Balem, Orrgos
MONEY to loan oa good teal estt.
5Vi percent government mosey to
loan. Liberty bonds bought and sold.
W. D. Smith, Salem Bank of Com
STOVES BEBTJILT AND EEPAIBED
. 50 years experience, Depot, National
snd American fence.
Sizes 26 to 58 ia high
Paints, oil snd varnish, ete,
Loganberry snd bop hooks.
Salem Fenes sad Stove Works,
50 Court street. Phons 124-
2ND HAND GOODS.
Ws Buy, Boll And Eacliange
AIL kinds Of Furniture, Btovcs,
t'lotkisg, Dishes, Bicycles, Harness,
Tools and Junk, Ws buy What you
don't wast snd pay th highest
pries in ettBh.
Peoples' New & 2nd Hand
1!71 N. Commercial Phone 734
J. A. Rowland Finmitnre Store
Buys, sells and exchanges new and
2nd hand furniture. All kinds of
repair work, light grinding, filing,
and brazing a specialty. Bight
prices. 247 North Commercial Bt.
Just opened in connec
tion with the
1000 S. Coml. St.
WANTED People of Salom t know
that we pay hitrhest prices for mess
second hand clothing, shoes, ste. Ths
Capital Exchange, 337 Court Bt.
Our Prices are Right
W. M. ZANDER, Proprietor
1255 N. Summer Street, Salem, Oregon.
PEOPLES REPAIR- SHOP Clocks,
furnitnro, umbrellas and n0 feT-sir"
ing. Saws filed, shear snd knifs
grinding, etc Satisfaction guaranteed
261 Court street. R. Wooley.. 8-14
WHY NOT have that piece of furni
ture or chairs that are broken, or
out of repair, made as good ss ever,
at Shea's furniture repair shop. 352
Chemcketn street, between Oommsr-
. cial and Liberty. Phone 181. 3-17
Th Journsl Job Depsrtment
will print yon anything In- th
4" . stationery line do It right snd
: save yon real money.
All kinds of suto repairing by an sx
perieneed workman. All work guar
anteed to be satisfactory. Studebak
er repairs specialty. D. B. Maie,
263 N. Commercial.
BRIG YOUR TRADES
BRING your trades. I ean match y.
C. W. Nieraeyer, all branches of real
estate and Canada lands, 215 21S
Masonic building. Phone 1000.
50 acres, all cultivated, good house,
barn, i miles from Salem, the best
of walnut or prim land, only $169
117 acres all bottom, no white laad,
8 room house, 2 barns, lVi mile
from town, 60 acres cultivated, bat
timber and stump pasture, $75 per
17 acres, 9 acres in 10-yoar old prunes
4 acres in '10-year old cherries, 4
acres timber, on rock road, 4 mile
from Balem, only $3750.
XVi cre in city, 4 room house, barn,
wood shed, coop and plenty of fruik
$1250. , '
3 acres, 5 room house, family orch
ard, on paved road, all cultivated,
21 acres. 12 cultivated, 9 timber pas
ture, running water, house, barn,
equipment including good team, $3,
600. 11 acres improved, trade for
house, $2500. 10 acres apple an
peach orchard, trade for house, $2500
10 acros all cultivated, family orch
ard, 2 acres Logans, 4 room bunga
low, full equipment, 4Vj miles oat,
on pood road, $2500. 42 acres, all
cultivated, 16 acres in U-yar ol4
prunes, balance in grain, good housej
barn, 6 miles from Salem, eloss t
school, on rock road, $7500. 169
acres,' all in cultivation, all tiled,
well drained, on rock road, cftss t
; town and school, the best of improv
' ments, equipped for dairy, large
equipment goes, only $125 per sorer
For best buys see .
FOB SALE A good double team bar
noffl, will trads for hay or grain,
or will exchange for good dry wood.
See Square Deal Bealty company.
THROUGH our non commission sys
tem you ean be put in touch wit
hundreds of peoplo who wish to soU
or exchange their properties, with
out obligating themselves to pay a
commission. Oregon Bealty Ex
change Investment Company, Ins,
Rooms 405 and 406 Hubbard build
ing, Salem, Ore. tt
NO OASH REQUIRED Good overeost
shoes and suits, all kinds of music
al instruments, shotguns, rifles, host
ing stoves, gag toves, suit cases n4
1000 othor useful article to sell or
trado. What have youl The Capital
Exchange, 337 Court St. Phone 491,
SALEM SCAVENGER Garbags n
refuse of all kinds removed on month
ly contracts at reawwable . rste.
Cess pools cleaned. Dcsd animal re
moved. Office phone, Main E24T.
Residence, Main 2272.
THS FIX-IT SHOP
Umbrella;, ropairod and recovered,
razors, knives, scissors and laws
mowers sharpened, saw filing, lock
smithing, kodrtks, alsrm clocks, mus
ical instruments and roller top deak-s
repaired. My specialty, is repairing
everything in the light repair liu.
AJvin B. Stewart, 373 Court street,
In Frank Richter's furniture store,
Sulem, Or. Phonos, shop 217, ft.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEET AT
McCornack ball on every Tn-day
st 8. P. Andresen, C. C. I. J. Kant
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
'Orogon Grspe Camp''' No. 1360.
meets every Thursday evening ia
Derby building, Court snd High Sta
Mrs. Pearl Coursoy, 214 Court Bt.
erclej Mrs. Melissa Persons, record
er 1415 N. 4 th St. Phone 1436M.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 5248 mts
every Thursday evening, 8 o'eloc
in McCornaek hall, over Meyer
Store. Ray A. Grant, V. C.j F. A.
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem
bly No. 84 meets every Trmrsday
8 p. m. in Masonie Temple. Norms L.
Terwilliger, M. A.; O. A. Vibbert,
secretsry, 340 Owen; stmet.
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