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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 30, 1919)
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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM; OREGON. SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1919.
57 acre tract-located 1 miles from!
FOR SALE 1500 lb. mare good'single
or double, good condition. Kt. 7, bo
S3, Silverton roao.
30 ACRES river bottom tend close to
Salem, 5 acres in bearing orenara.
Wood, Bayne blilg. - "2
Home,' strictly modern, with every
convenience, large lot, fine fruit and
walnuts, garage. Near capitol building
on -Court t. ipouw. donn a. racuii jvcai-
G. SATTERLEE, Office 215-216 Mason
ic bldg. Phono-mi, llruu. iieai estate
and stock sales. .V
FOR SALE Nine room ions, large lot
modern conveniences, aouoie garngo.
close in, on street car line and paved
street. G L care Journal. tf
-Salem, 30 acres cultivated, balance pas , pog SALE Or rent,
ture and 5 acres of good timber, run-1 nearly new, cheap,
ning water; 10 acres of bearing prunes i folda
UUU UUUOL, UMU, ' 'I UCAIMlg 1.11' . . .
some apples. iP rice $160 per acre.
98 acre farm located 7 miles from
Salem on main Silverton road, house
and barn,' well, orchard. Price $125 per
63 acre flarm on Howell prairie, near
ly" all cultivated, goo.d house and barn.
Price $160 por acre.
44 acre farm, 40 acres cultivated, bal
t i.ur and past rc. gi wl lnusc , Co i04 Hubbard blilg.
$250 peracro. " ' " ;- i
Well improved 19 acre tract, jood
house, 'barn, rok road, close to main
highway;;8 acres of prunes, l4acres
Of loganberries, family orchard, best
of ! soil. Price $10,500. "
5 acre tract, house and barn, 1 acre
of loganberries, somo cherries, prunes.
.Price $1600. ,
10 acre tract, all cultivated, 5 acres
mostly in fruit, peaches apples and
loganberries; bungalow not finished.
Wall ImnrAVnrl Ql. APrA tl'RC.t. finO
modern house, bearing fruit, close to
earlino. Price $10,000. ,
r3R? n.vn hrm 200 ncres cultivated.
b.i'anee timber and pasture, house and
barn, veil, best of black soil. Price
$100 per acre. ,. . .
92 acre farm. 90 acres under cultiva
tion crnnA hllil'linTOL ItlnilATIl hoUSe !
land -n high state of cultivation, wheat
threshed 45 bushels per acre. Price
$( per acre. 1 .
Well improved 12 acre tract located
close to Salem, modern house, bearing
fruit, good road. Price $6000. ,- '
ifi'ionma nf hnnrinc Italian Drunes, 6
arid 9 years old, good road, 4 miles out.
i.,-17 acre .tract, 10 acres orchard, most
ly nrnia! house and bain: located on
main highway, 4 miles but. Price
$5500. . i
'imnnvil 3 nrr tract, aood house
aiid barn, . bearing fruit of all kindsJ
close in. rnee ifoouo.
goo aom t a rm . SO nc.rcs cultivated
holan.a trftml timber, honse'and barn;
located 2 miles from highway. Price
$40 per acre.
P--160 acre farm, bouse and. barn,. 30
acres cleared, balance pasture ana nm
20 acre tract located 4 mires out,
some fine bottom land, small hous,
barn, family orchard, 4 acres set to
prunes and some peaches, rock road.
2 acres located close to carline, g'rav
el road,' 5 room house, good Tocairon,
tome fruit. Price $2500.
14.80 acre tract located 4 miles out,
all cultivated; 5 acres of prunes; 3
' acres logans, good 5 room bungalow,
barn, family orcliarn. rrice ipouuu
3 room house
WANTED To rent ranch in western
Oregon from Rosebiirg north, west of
Salem. About fifty acres cultivated
loud anndnfl ' nastuie for ten dairy
cows, one hundred ewes and their
lambs. Wish to rent 3 to 5 years
with option to buy after 3 years if
place suits, renter wuang tu
cafe and improve place same as own.
Can pay half cash now, rest in
spring. Ray .Billings, Sweet Horae
POULTRY FOR SALE . :
Having sold my ranch, am compell
ed to sell my fine laying stock of
wrn;t Lnohnms 200 millets, ready to
lay now; 250 1- year old hens laying
nnnr. rtn 2.vnar old hens lavinff now.
J. E. Kirkpatrick, Rt. 6, fox 22, 3
miles east of penitentiary.
vnvt aiT.R 84 lots, mostly 60x120,
Tifh nt vipw Rionff rturai avi-iiuo
bounded on west by High street, and
extending eastward, diocks to x.i,
Nob Hill annex, Inquire of Mr. Weil-
K,.nn Wntnl Marion Salem, or
.,; .W 1029 Seattle. Wash. 9-6
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W. H. GRABENHORST &.CQ.
0.7S Stofe street. , 9-1
PEACHES Early Crawford, good qual
ily but small, prices 75c per bushel,
nior thorn yourself. 2 miles out on
Wallace road. Bring boxes. Bunn. tf
FOR SALE By owner, practically new
modern 8 room house, four blocks
...untnl TTf Anti niial value:
terms if desired. A-30 care Journal
WANTED l.ndv cook for small res
tanrani'. Write M. R. Baldwin, In
uependence, Or. 9-2
WIOODS BARGAINS Six room house
in orn ennrt tion. S7UU. inree room
house $550. 3 acres close to Salem,
small' house, $900. 6 room house close
; nnvnil street.. $1900. 7 room
bungalow, $2000. 5 acres prunes and
loganberries close in on paved road,
iinofl 511 Statu St. 9-1
WANT ' to - trade stumpage ' for 1000
cords wood, easy to market, for house
and lot. Box 333 Salem,' 8-30
WHEN U R buying, selling or exchang
ing real property try our non-eommis-elon
svstem. It works .to perfection
ami saves U money. Oregon Realty
Exchange Investment Co., 407-40$
Hubbard building. tf
10 acres all in logans, 3 miles from
Salem; well and shack, cheap at $5000,
and a good income. '
40 acres of best valley loam, good
buildings, dairy barn and silo; priced
below the market. Look at this one; ilt
ha artlH i
380 acre hill-dairy with income oi
1000 per month; only $100 per acre
win anii nrtiiinnprl with stock, cheap.
30 acres at auiusvuic, uu 'ci.,
well fenced, new stock barn, $2350.
ifcKirtn ..oat, . '
10 acres good loam, 4 acres fruit,
buildings, mile school, 2 miles city
limits; prico $6500.
6 acres with family orchard, 8 room
house, basement, other buildings, close
to cit limits; only $3500. ..
A onnn in TtrllnCA and
'in good location, only $300 per acre.
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151 acres, 40 acres cleared, house and j ce -lt before its sold.
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Darn, hard cottonwouu u-mui-i,
finest kind of loganberry land at
$65 per acre. Will take some city
property in trade. Terms on balance.
Merlin 'Harding at Salem Hardware
. W JiiNTED About Sept. 20 by small
farriily withjut phiildVeji, a amtill,
modern, unfurnished house, near ear
line, between high school and Wash
ington school buildings. Send infor
mation to box 4, Milner, Idaho. 8-30
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4.0 acres ibest land, good layout for
fi..,it fHno Wntinn: 10.500.
5 acres, zocd Duiioings, minutes
from street car. at school, 75 walnut
in oi'TPs -half cleared, buildings,
! good soil, only 4 miles Salem, $2250.
Fino 0 room modern nouse, oasemein
furnace, garage, lot 100 feet by 250
fnot fruit anil shade tiees. everything
in first class condition; cost $7500 to
blind; owner must saennce to ei
mone- soon: $4750. You can't dupli
cate this anywhere.
50 acres all cleared, Dest vaney iuam
good house and barn, 4 miles Salem,
21 acres best dark loam, family or
chard, 8 room house, own water system
good barn with hayfork, practically in
tue city; $14 000.
For best ouys see
& Wells, a
"Forget It" Buv At Home
You will miss a treat if you fail to see our Show Windows. Every
window is showing the very last word in Ready -to-Wear, the pick of
This display will remain until Tuesday. Walk by and feastyour eyes,
then step in and make a closer inspection of the quality, materials and
workmanship, whether an intending purchaser or not. Let our com
petent sales force try the garments on you.
I Monday is shall be closed all day. j
You Can Always Do Better At
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I SUBBAKU KWB WeeKS' Visit BO tne Home ui iiu.it g
If You Want to Buy A
BEST LIST IN SALEM
Cash or Installments
Real Estate and Investments
215-216 Masonic Building
A nicely balanced show that pro-
i..iii.iiit from several dif
VlUtB CIHUlo.u""". -
ferent angles is the vaudeville bill se
lected by Manager Bligh tor the Bligh
theater Sunday. '
Lee and Bennett have an especially
attractive act called ' I Love That
Girl," and it is a keen, colorful ar
rangement of eomedy dialogue plus
singing, original as to theme and amaz-
: i nn..ln mitli thA nnrlience.
The "Oirls or of is a
ntfnrma in which romance of earlier
davs is suggested and maintained act-
lveiy. ine sirii, auu uw6..-.
this act is charmingly sustained.
A Von ..hnn in Air JtlDOn. WHO reg
isters 100 per eent with his dummy
f.;,i vnnoU Kpovip for brief. All 'i
inttm i1 -c er--
comedy is new and smart and applause
Tk nhntnnlay oieatinff uuus j
five part Vitagraph feature on the
,1c D. H. MOSHJSB
HIGH CLASS LADIEB -
F. II. Mvcra and family moved to
Roseburg last week and the properly u-
cated by them, tne rummm pro . .y,
was at once occupied by Peter o.o'k
and family, moving here from '. o Al
burn. Mr.' Stock is one of the proprie
tors of the Hubbard meat mm- t.
Mrs. Henry Boje went t Myrtle
Creek Thursday to be there v. jr'u lie son
Orlie picks his bumper cr prunes
which will soo::i. begin to )ipon. iieu.y
Bojc will probable arrive at the same
interesting location & few days Inter,
as ono man doesn't like to batch any
Kntn ttinn Amither.
Mr: und Mrs. Charles ingcr and
daughter, Gladys, of Brownsville, spent
the week-cu the guest ot Mr. ana Mrs.
O. H. Miller a id Bunday made the trip
over the Columbia highway. Mr. tnger
said that Brownsville was beginning to
recover from the recent bad nro mere
(Kot .i..atrnvpl throe block of buildings
some good buildings were to replace
thn mm hnrneff.
Hfr. Ali.n Richmond, formerly ot
Hubbard, but for the past y -or ut Bend,
was in Hubbard Tuesday calling on
friends erjoute to Eugene on business.
Mrs. Richmond has disposed of ner prop
erty at Cottage Grovo and was eontcm-
nlatinir making Eugene ner nomc, our
son being located there. Miss Eva Rich
mond, who for two years was a incmoer
of the Hubbard school faculty is living
in Portland. '"":'
W on,l Mr. W. B. Brown returned
to their home in Hutchinson, Kansas,
weeks' visit at the home of their son,
W. L. Brown. While here they drove
ovor the Columbia highway, visited Sa
lem and other points of interest and
were favorably impressed with Oregon.
They took a lot of views back home
with them.' On the way out here t'.ey
came through the Canadian Rockies, but
they liked Oregon scenery eqiuJiy ns
well. They expect to return next year.
REMOVE KAISER'S PICTURE.
Berlin, Aug. 30. The kaiser's pie
ture is to be taken out of the schools.
The proposul provoked considerable dis
cussion, and many memners ui mo
I'rnrainn nplllblv Were Opposed to it.
The r.-o'.-prnmc-nt explained, however,!
that it is not li ttine- pontics ming.e
with eduration and t'liit this is the basis
for the removal.
PICKERS GET LOST IN THE
- ABIQUA PEACH ORCHARD
Buy Your Jewelry
Where you know that quality and beauty of design are the finest. Tour
best assurance of this is the name HAttTMAN iBHOS, on the box.
HARTMAN BROS. CO.
Jewelers and Opticians
Northwest Corner ot State and Liberty Streets
HAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINED AT LEAST ONCE A YEAR
!to ineir nuiuw ..uuiu...... " ,
last Saturday morning after a seven
from the Abiqua peRch
nr.Ur.l that Homo of the picker there
j actually got lost among tho trees and
haveto be brought in oy searcnina pur-
ties. The management nave now piareu
mnrkoro tlirnntrhout the orchard to fcuidc
the pickers safely out.' The treci in the
on-hard are well down to ine grounu
making it impossible to sec under them,
thus the confusion. v nai a pu-isa.u
sensation though to be lost In a peach
orchr.rd, especially this time o tke year
Silverton, Appeal. , ' -
PIES LIKE MOTHER
USED TO MAKE
SZXZf VTv Try , our aeiicious pies. . an
S4??rMl with fresh fruits or rich pastry
TrT fillings '-
All our baking is done the sanitary way in our big electric ovens.
BAKE-RITE SANITARY BAKERY
. 457 State street
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