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Deals h Real Estate :jOiiai W aSlV i"iCG
Nels Dogornvss to O. J. Foss, SW
Quick Reference To Firms That Give Service On Short
quarter, fcW quarter section 6, ad lot 5,
section 6-7-1 E.
Where Bayer And Seller Meet He
Recommend Our Advertisers.
ilnrv E Uoudv to J H Misler, lots S
and 4," except Sacres ia tract i, Uoudy
Sivrah Uawarth to A. E. Marshland,
D.tMS acres ia X. bchram, claim, 7-1 W;
and 1J acres in said claim, H V ;
Salem Eleetria Co., Masonio Temple, 127 North Uigh..
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. MONDAY, APRIL 7, 1919.
1 ftanwd irS l
J A ' S
The Cream of Quality
Prelty Pumps for Stylish
In Patent Kid, made on new shape
lasts, French luola, $8.00 to $7.00.
.The newest Kid.on the low or mili
tary heel last, very fine at $7.00.
Fine black or brown Kid, inch
lr.ee shoos, French, Cuban or Mili
tary hols, at from $13.50 down to
Vi- jf C-oateit
I '.11 Variety
!'"' 'I 01
', 'i'-r Beautiful
)1 "-;-v4 Buckles
( ,v i'i the
- s .! s-tx County
Our new shoes in Harmonized Spring Sty
les to suit the new modes and fashionable
wear. Our show windows are veritable
style exhibits of newest seasonable foot
wear designs. Nothing omitted that would
make for better style, better . fit, higher
quality service or perfect satisfaction.
Patent, Black or Brown Kids, French, Mil
itary or School heels. Prices ranging from
$8.00 down to $3.93.
Danie Simplicity's Offerings
Natty Spring Pumps
In tho lower heel, moro comfortable,
lusts, heels in Military Cuban or school
style. Prices very attractiveonsuler
ing quality and style.
Dressy High Boots
Will also bo much worn the earlier part
of this season and we are showing some
very elegant ones. Sec them.
-The Height of Elegance in tre Pprin
j;j ', J or no
t j) Iden of
8. XI. A damson to . tneuesier,
39.50 acres ia Elius Cox claim, 43-6-1 W;
O. st C. Land Co. to W. J. Wagner,
itv 3 ml 4. block 39. Gervals.
T. B. Kay to Jouui Deinoiest, lot s,
Cherry City Fruit Farm.
Richard Carlson to A. urancn, x.
half of lot 12, Capitol Uouie Addition,
Marv S. Penibertoa to K. V. Wv-
laud, lot 22, Sunny fciide Fruit Farm Ko.
F. U. Kecves to l. tasiuurn, iui
24, biok 2, Murlinifton addition, Nik'm.
Ajithony Wargoth to Frank Jieidl,
lot 6, block 6, Mays addition, ait. An
Jaiw Moir to Hunt Broit, part of lot
1. Conk's addition. Salem.
11. (J. Coursey to liunr, eros., par ox
lot I. Cooks addition.
W. K. McLaren to U r. Abue, pans
of lots 1 aud 2, Cooks additiou, baiem,
C. U. Campbell to . J. lrr, part
of lots 7 and 8, block 11.
Luther Mvers to John Sundin, lot
and 15, K. i. Simpson addition, Salem.
Imogene L. (jrant to A. L. uuam
son, lot Lt, block 10, Capital Park addi
Star Land Co. to Rose F. Stiff, lot 10;
block 6 North Salem.
Homer H. Smith to F. II. Thompson,
lot 12. block 1. Willamette addition,
Also lot 7. block 4, Willamette addition.
Walter F. Hobnail to School Bistrie
24. S half of lot 6. block 3.
Ann H. Purdv to E. B. Perrine, lots
1, 2, 3, block 11, Eutlewood addition,
SALEM WATEB OQiLTANT Offiee
orner Commereial and Trade atreelt
bills payable monthlj in advance,
MONEY TO LOAN
On Oofxl Real Eitate Security
THOS. K. FORD
).r Ladd Busk bank; Salem Oregon
EDEBAL FAR a LOANS 8 pot
teat 34 years time. A. C. Bohrnstedt,
4vl Masonie Temple. Balem, Orrgoa
MOTEV to loan yn good read estate.
oft percent government money w
loan. Liberty bonds bought and sold.
W. D. Smith, Balem Bank of Com
THE SOLDIER BOYS Pool and bil
liard parlor is now open under new
management and it renders you and
the general public a congenial place
to pass away few leisure hour.
The basement of Oregon Eleetrie
depot, corner of State and High.
Paone 628. Win. Livoek, prop, i t
Stylish in Design
Perfect in Fit
Physician, Struck Cn Head
By Cardboard, In Hospital
Portland, Or., Anrll 7. Br. A. C. Bur
roughs, a prominent physician, is in the
hospital today as the result of being
struck on the head with a heavy piece
of cardboard while seated in a moving
picture theater Sunday nijrht.
The cardboard, a punier niache orna
ment tumbled from its plneo on Trie wnll
and hit Dr. Burroughs. He turned about,
made a remark as to whether someone
whs trving to kill him and then fell to
the floor, unconscious.
The physician regained consciousness
this morning. His skull was not Irac
tared, as first feared,
BIO LUMBERMAN DEAD
lull of ilimuir
"From Over There"
General Pershing'$ Official Report
The following casualties are reported
by the i omilmnding general of the
American Expeditionary Forces:
Died of Accident and Other Causes.... 2
Vouuded Severely '
Wounded, Degreo Undetermined 9
Wounded Slightl- 32
Missing iu Action - 1
Died of Acldont and Other Causes-Privates.
Kichard Bayhn, Skitlmore Mo.
Nicholas E Blanc, Canton Ohio
Harvey L Brady, Mt Morris N Y.
Thomas (! Hunt, Alert N C.
,Ii,v B Titts, Kulnniazoo Mich.
Emmet M Woodward, Leesburg Texas
Died From Wounds, Previously Report
Pvt Vivtor W Kraft, Potrint Mich.
Killed In Action, Previously Reported
Pvt. Waller Lumpkin, Spring Garden
Daniel Y Toolan, Cr.vDnnmlo rn. mo. p.-vinuOv Renortcd
George Horace Wood, West Wiufield I Killed in Action ?viotudy Reported
Killed in Action, Previously Reported
Wavim C Adams, Big Imac W Va.
David E Blackburn, Blackburn Mo.
Harry J Davis, Philadelphia Piv.
Joseph- J Alsheimer, Utica N T,
Wiliam E Arnold, Letchworth Eng.
Jesse B Pagan, Burnett Texi..
Burnio Fulkerson, Byyalton 111.
Isnae Oold, Philadelplilii Fa.
M.-iiice J Hettinger, Manchester Oklo
Jumes O Hewins, St Paul Minn.
Andrew Mitchell, Midland Park S C.
Peter A Pohmis, Waumukeo Wis.
Thomr.s B Sheonsey, Clnrks Nebr.
Jolin L Wagoner, Cardiff Aik.
Johnnie A Widgeon, Norfolk a.
Died, Previously Reported MiS3lug in
Corp. Edward P Clowe, New Work
Samuel Pinovitz, Pittsburg Pa.
Lawrence 8 (Jilbride, Ireland,
Nov F Hilty, Pittsburg Pa.
Kay J Hulett, Esthervillo Iowa.
(Iscnr Peters, Mctiee Mo.
Income Tax Dodgers To Be
Sought By Revenue Man
Washington, April 7. Tho internal
revenue bureau has begun to comb . the
country for income tax dodgers.
ComiHsioner Koper late loony
: Court House
Elsie M. Tablor has sued for a di
vorce from Oweu C. Tabler. Sho alleges
they were married January 4, 1013, and
that they havo one boy three years old.
Also that ho stayed out considerably at
night and that ho told her oneo "he
was out having a good time with other
women." lio went to Astoria last No
vember to woik in the shipyards and
hus not contributed to her support.
Portland, Or., Aprit 1. Jesse C. Rom
ick, who enmo from New Orleans to
Portland as mannger of tho Cummiugs
Moberly Lumber company a year ago
Item ick 'a death was doe to injuriei
which ho received in an automobilo ac
cident a week ago, IIo whs well known
as a lumberman thmiij'hout the sout
Mlsrinf in Action,
I ient I vuch Fold. New London Conn
Lieut Kenneth P Strawn, Lnmlovor
Md. . .
Scrgt James C Pellev, 1 unnevii.c r-v intru,tio, to uJl tullt.c.tors urgin them
Corp Hubert Tarker, Charlestown W froB) pm.,lov,.r(, of ia)or
Va. ... , , . the nanus and addresses of persons
Harold W, KeHy has aued Evelyn
Kellv for a divorce. They were mar
ried at Vancouver Juno 4, 1917, and sho
left him Njvcmber 15 of tho Mine year
There are no children and he alleges in
his petition that sho abandoned him.
Lizzie Owens and Bessie Baillec have
sued Henry Fc-wk and others for sev
eral sums resulting from a mortgage of
t!00u given on tiiuo lots In Nob Hill
addition to the city of Balem.
The Capital Journal
Daily Market Report
1TOVE8 REBUILT AND REPAIRED
50 yean experience, Depot, National
sod American fence.
Si.e 26 to 58 in high
Paints, oil and varnish, et
Loganberry and hop hooka.
Salem Fence and Stove Work.
850 Court atreet. Phone 124
5 acres, all cultivated, the best ber
ry land. $1000, $250 cash, balance
10 acres all cultivated, well fenced,
good prune land, (1300.
15 acres, all cultivated, the best ber
ry or produce toil, 5 room house,
barn other out buildings, fruit; V
mile from town, at school, with fall
equipment, J19lH); termj if desired.
O. W. Brown 24.15 acres, IS era
cultivated, 8 acres timber, 5 prunes,
5 logans. 6 room house, barn, out
buildingv at school and church, val
ley loam soil, price $T000; wouJiI
consider acreage or house in Salem
not over $-(RR. Stock, implements
and tools go.
80 acres the finest of valley laad,
all cultivated, good house, barn. y
mile from school, 4'-4 miles from Sa
lem; will take $3000 cash, balancs
at 6 percent, prico $160 per acre.
lt',9 acres, 120 cultivated, 4 slashing
fi acre apple orchard 6 and 7 years
old. 7 miles from ialcm; $17,000,
half cash, balance 6 percent.
Stii) ace Waldo Hill farm, all well
fenced, the best of modern improve
ments, 10 room modern house, fins
barn, first clnss outbuildings, closs
to town only $75 per acre; 13 to 4
cash, balance 6 per eent. This placs
ia the finest bargain in the valley.
Have several fine prune ranches for
sale, also berry lands dope to the
city at $200 per acre. For best bys
Bayne -building Salem, Orego
SHEA IiKPAtKS all kinds of furni
ture if broken or out of repair; up
holster repairs niado. Shop 352 Che
meketa Ht. between Commercial end
Liborty. Phone 181. 4-20
BRING YOUR TRADES
BRING your trades. I ean match yon.
' ... T. ,, 1 1 1
J. w. niomeyer, au oraocaes ui w
estate and Canada lands, 215 HH
Masonio building. Phone 1000.
All kinds of auto repairing by an ex
perienced workman. All work guar
,autced to ho satisfactory. Btudebak
er repairs' specialty. D. R. Moir,
203 N. Commercial.
Our Prices are Right
W. M. ZANDER, Proprietor
1205 N. Summer Btroet, Salem, Oregon.
FOR SALE A good doubls team har
ness, will trade for hay or grain,
or will exchange for good dry wood.
8eo .Square Deal Realty eotnptt,
NO CASH REQUIRED Good overesf
shoes and suits, all kinds ol mnsae
al instruments, shotguns, rifles, heal
ing stoves, gas stoves, suit cases and
10U0 other useful article, to sell or,
trado. What havo youf The Capital
Exchange, 337 Court St. Thone 4BJ,
3 lie-tint your walls with oar uuut kaisomure
i which we are makinig a special price of He per
8 nour.i We have it in all colors and are prepared to
supply your wants.
Let us figure that new bungalow or garage
bill. Our goods are the best and our prices are right.
Merhnnir George U Belcher, Row more thgn $, 000 aM y0Hr. This
information must ih- in uie nanus oi
collectors by May IT.
S?n Francisco Maid To Teach
Bashful Swains Courting Art;
In the county court, the estate of A.
O. IHimou is appraised at $3705. The
estate includes lots 1 and 2 of block C,
of Hmitli's addition to tho city of 8a
lorn on North Commercial street ap
praised at $3000 and household personal
effect valued at $703.
Wheat, soft while t"
W'iirat, lower grades ou sample
Hay, cheat . - - $''
Bay, oats - $ '5
Barley, ton 4Hfu5Q
Mill run - 43(wUe
Butterfat - "'C
Creamerv butler 01IC'',63c
Pork, Vea and Mutton
Pork on foot 1'
Veal, fancy Wail-'ic
(ws 4 (arte
Spring lambs 1
-st. 4'j r
Lambs, yearlings - 10(al.lc
KK and Poultry
Eggs, cash 37e
Hens, livo ZKirz.'C
0;d rootcrs l-w
Anril 19 has been set as the date for
the sale of real estate belonging to the
estate of Mary A. Mclntlro.
Tho estate of John HiiKonnuer has
ben appraised nt $13,167.1!2. The ap
....... T 4 Pur.M.1,wfii1ir. T,. K
hcridan, manager of a m-hoo of ex ;... Rni, joh'n . Kuschnick. -
nay io ii-acn i m
"Everything in Building Material
I Phone 813
3 West Salem 414
Han Francisco, April 7. Believing
that nine out of t u men do not know
how to nronose to a cirl, Miss H olla
nresHion. ontud a class to
liunhful swuin.1 how to express them
selves at that vital inonent.
'Mu'.lering -and stnniinering and
mumbling must be oveico.uc, " slit:
said. ' A mau many timts lo.,ts a Kirl
because he does not know now 10 couri
her." , , . ,
Miss hertdan indignantly denied
that in nine times out oi teu ine j
nomun docs tic funrting.
Telegraph Rates Should Be
Lowered, Says hstal Head
...ew York, April 7. Commenting on
the recent raise of telegraph rates by
Postmaster Oeneral Burleson, William
J. lvgan, secretary of tho Postal Tele
graph company, declared today that
Burleson should have reduced rates
more than one-half.
Burleson says we tre entitled to
only tl.ii),(Mi a year for the use of our
lines," Pezan said, "although we did
earn $4,2'SJ.uiO. Now, assume that is
true, Burleson should havo reduced
rates over one-half and should collect
onlv from the public what we aro en
titled to earn and what he proposes to
lay us, namely $1.6HO.0K.
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COM3 StSE TEH
INTO GRAY Hi
Darkens Beautifully and Be.
itoii its Natural Color
and Lustrt at Once.
Commoa farden safe hrewsd Into s
h-avy tea, with sulphur and alcohol a4
d-d, wtU turn fray, streaked and fadd
hair btnutlfully dirk and luxuriant.
Mixing the Sag Tea aad Sulphur rsdpa
at hnrat, thonib Is troublesome. As
coster way Is to get the rady-to-oe
preparation Improvsd by the addition of
other ingredients, costing about CO cec's
s lsrge bottle, at drug stores, known as
"Wyeth's Bags and Sulphur CoBipennil,"
thus avoiding A tot ef mass.
Whn gray, fadsd hair Is not siof'iL
we stl desire to rUln pur youthful sp
pcarsses aud attractiveness. By dark
eniag year hair w th Wysth's Sage aad
8ulphnr Conpooad, no oss eaa tall, be
cause it dees It so n rurally, so evenly.
Ton just davpss spou( r ft hrosa
with it and draw this t)ronh year hair,
taking sos small strand at a time; ty
morning all gray lrs have dlnpprarsd.
After anrthtr appllratlon or two yotrf
hair bsrosics bsaotlfuiiy dark, glossy,
soft and ItururUni and rtra ppr Jr. I
Eadishes, dox 3.rC
Sweet potatoes 0(afiMi
Onions local $2.50n3
Turnips " 2f)2
Head lettuce f.ao(.io
Parsnips - - J'A!
Cauliflower, flats - VUwZM
Spinn-eh, box $1-26
Winosan annlvi. 'Pox ..-
Colery, crato - - U
Lemons, box $5(u8
Bananas - , Ve
Florida grnpo fruit, case $7fa )
lilnck fists lb. 16((ile
White figs, 11). 19(o 20o
rackage figs per bx 80 pkg f4(ll.0
Honey, extracted 2
dreamery butter - 7Uc
Hour, hard wheat - $3.13(a3.23
Portland, Or., April 7. Butter, eity
creamery .'jJXrro I -j
Lglis selected local ex. 41t3c
Cheese, tr. plots 37(j.lc
DAILY LIVE STOCK MLaBKET
Tono of uiarket stca'ly
Best steers 13(VI4.S0
Good to choice steers $11.50( 12.50
Medium to good steers $II11
Pair to K"od steers $0(U10
Common to fair steers t-StiiB
Choice cows and heifers $10.&0(a)
Good t choice eows snd beifsra
Medi.im to good eows and heifers
Pair to medium eows and heifen
Calves .50( 13.50
Stotacrs aud feeders $710
Tone of market hiuher
Prime niix-d tWn 11)2.3
Medium mixed $IS.7.'j(7i 19
Ko;i;i heavies $17fc 17.75
Bulk $lH.H'fo Id.
Tone of market steady
Prime lambs $l'K'll7
Fair to medium lambs $H(S15
Wethers $!if(i 10
Ewes Jfl..V)-ii 10.50
STEWAKT'S KEPA1B SHOP Havs
just installed a machine that will
sharpen lawumowers the same as Us
factory puts them out new. Bring
all your light repair work to nio. Al
vin B. Stewart, 317 Court Ht. Phons
J. A. Rowland Furniture Store
1 Buvs. sells and exchanges now and
2nd hand furniture. All kinds of
repaii work, light grinding, filing,
and brazing a specialty. Bight
prices. 247 North Commercial Hi.
SALEM BCAVENGEB Uarbage s,n
refuse of all kindi removed on moat
ly contracts at foasonabls rates.
Cess pouls cleaned. Dead animals f
movnd. Office prions Msin, Il7l
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS ilEET AT
McCornsck hU on every Tuday
at 8. P. Andresan, C. C. I. J. Kt
(C. 11. 4 8.
ROYAL Neighbors of America, Ors-
gon Grapo cajnp No. l.lriO meet every
Thursday evening in MuCornnek hs'l
Elevator service. Oracle, Mrs. Car
rie E. Bunn, 648 Union fcit.j recor
der, Mrs. Melissa Persons. 1415 W.
4th 8t. Phone 1430M.
MODERN WOODMEN OP AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 6248 meets
every Thursday evening, h o'cUx
In McCornack hall, over Meysrs
store. Bay A. Grant, V. C.j J. A.
UNITED A RTI9ANf Capital Asss-
bly No. 84 meets every ISnrilsy at
(t p. m. In Masnnie Temple. (Hess
O. Niles, M. A.; C. A. Vibbert,
secretary, 310 Owen Itwt
2ND HAND GOODS.
We Buy, Sell And Exchange
All kinds of Furniturs, Stoves,
Clothing, Dishes, Bicycles, Harness,
Tools and Junk. Ws buy what yo
doa't waat and pay the highest
price in cash.
Peoples' New & 2nd Hand
271 N. Commercial Phone 734
HOP LEE, expert toundrytran, 438
Perry St. I pay top market price for
chickens and egg. Office psoas
l:!::9J, residence 1333J. tt
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